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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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

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'Jewish Florxdliian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THf JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 39 Number 37
Miami. Florida, Friday, September 23. 1966
Two Sections Fries 2Z Goldberg Seeks to Clarify LBJ Viet Statement
V i
A.,
NEW YORK (JTA) Arthur l
.1 Goldberg apparently succeeded i
this week in persuading a group!
c! American Jewish leaders that
the Johnson Administration was
i ot seeking to create any link be-
tween United States policy in Viet |
Nam and American Jewish sup-
port of Israel.
BB Denies
Validity Of
Statement
WASHINGTON (JTA) In
the wake of the attribution of a
call for greater Jewish support of
the Viet Nam war to President
Lyndon B. Johnson by a Jewish
War Veterans delegation which
met with him last week, the Pres-
ident invited leaders of B'nai Brith
( the White House.
After an hour-long meeting
with President Johnson, Dr. Wil-
liam A. Wexler, president of B'nai
li'rith, issued the following formal
-tatement on views attributed to
President Johnson by the Jewish
Wat Veterans delegation. Dr. Wex- i
)ii said:
"B'nai B'rith places little
credence in the validity of the |
statements attributed to Pres-
ident Johnson in which the Ad-
ministration's support of aid to i
Israel was equated with a pre-
turned attitude of the American
Jewish community toward the j
war in Viet Nam. We also find
no reason to accept as substan-
tive the publiciied statements
which interpreted the President
as having expressed a near-
blanket indictment of Jewish or- |
Continued on Page 9-A
Israel Takes
Strict Steps
For Economy
JERUSALEM (JTA) Prime j
Minister Levi Eshkol called upon;
all of Israel to take a fresh look
at the economic facts of life, pull;
in its belt more tightly than ever,!
and work together in all sectors i
public and private towards the j
stabilization of the country's econ-:
omy, increasing productivity so
that exports may rise, and thus
giving employment to more work-1
er.
The principal aims of the State
of Israel, he stated, in a radio j
broadcast, are the same as they
have been since the rebirth of!
Israel: "Peace with our neighbors;
the fusion of the various commun-1
ities in our land into one nation; j
moving our economy forward to- j
ward self-sufficiency." The Prime j
Minister then turned his message I
to the nation into a somber lecture |
Continued on Page 13-A
Some 40 representatives of Jew-
ish organizations represented in
the Conference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish Organiza-
tions met with the United States
Ambassador to the United Nations.
They met to discuss the furor
stirred in the American Jewish
community by reports that Pres-
ident Johnson had complained
about Jewish opposition to his
policies in Viet Nam and that he
had linked that opposition with
United States aid to Israel.
The meeting took place in
Goldberg's suite in a hotel in
New York, reportedly at the
suggestion of Rabbi Joachim
Prlnz, president of the Confer-
ence. He was understood to
have lent his good offices in an
effort to clarify the problems
arising from the reports, which
had been relayed to the press
by Commander Malcolm Tarlov.
of the Jewish War Veterans.
Tarlov gave that report after he
and other officials of the JWV met
with the President. Later Tarlov
, issued a statement in an effort
to clarify his report on the Pres-
ident's purported views.
Dr. Prinz described the meeting
Continued on Page 8-*.
DR. WILLIAM WCXltR
no reason to accept
AT HOLY DAYS
Red Ouster
Of Envoy
Retaliatory
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
newest Soviet action against an Is-
raeli diplomat in the Israel Em-
bassy in Moscow was viewed here
as part of the annual Soviet cam-
paign on the occasion of the Jew-
ish New Year aimed at discourag-
ing attendance by Russian Jews at
High Holy Day services.
The action was a denunciation
against Ephraim Paz, the Embassy
third secretary in the Government
newspaper Izvestia, asserting that
Paz had distributed "dirty Zionist
propaganda" in the Soviet Union.
In August, Soviet authorities ac-
cused second secretary David Gav-
ish of espionage and expelled him.
However, experts here felt that no
further action would be taken
against Paz.
A related action was a charge
published in Sovietskaya Byelo-
russia that Israelis were living
under a "capitalist and imperial-
ist regime."
Izvestia charged that Paz, assist-
ed by his wife and young son. had
Continued on Page 14-A
JWV Says Johnson
Feels Jews Fail Him
WASHINGTON (JTA) A slowly gathering storm appeared on the horizon as American Je'. s con-
sidered the implications of statements attributed to President Johnson by a delegation representing the
Jewish War Veterans of the United States which met the press alter a 35-minute audience with the Pres-
ident and reported his views on the role and obligations of the American Jewish community with regard
to the war in Viet Nam. The delegation, composed of Malcolm Tarlov, newly-elected national commander
of the JWV, and two aides, called on Mr Johnson to introduce the new national commander and to assure
the President that he had the backing of the JWV on his Viet Nam policies.
When they emerged from the
White House, the delegation told i press and television reporters that \ Israel shoultl vigorously identify
with the Administration policy in
Viet Nam.
the President was disturbed by the
lack of support on Viet Nam in
the American Jewish community
at a time when he was taking new
steps to aid Israel. The President,
said the JWV officials, welcomed
JWV support but thought it was
incumbent on other major Jewish
organizations to re-evaluate their
thinking on the subject.
Johnson could not understand,
said Mr. Tarlov, why American
Jews who had displayed com-
passionate and knowledgeable
thinking on other issues, could
not share the JWV stand on
Viet Nam. The President was
described as well-informed on
the opinions held by various
Jewish leaders on the Viet Nam
question, especially the critical
stand taken by a number of
rabbis.
Mr. Johnson, said Tarlov, had
noted that he had taken steps to
provide sophisticated arms to Is-
rael and was about to help the
Israel Government in its current
economic difficulties. He also ex-
pressed himself as mindful of Is-
rael's security problems. But Mr.
Johnson asked the JWV, its com
mander said, to explain to Amer-
ican Jewish leaders that if the
United States were forced to aban-
don its SEATO commitments in
Viet Nam, the less explicit Amer-
ican commitments to Israel would
be jeopardized. During the meet-
ing, the JWV spokesman said, the
President revealed the strong con-
viction that the Jews who sought
American aid for their co-religion-
The President, according to Tar
lov, made an impassioned and di
rect appeal for JWV intercession
in the Jewish communities
throughout the nation, and urged
them to launch a campaign to rally
support in the Jewish community
for the war in Viet Nam. In re-
sponse to Mr. Johnson's request,
Tarlov asserted, the JWV would
urge other Jewish groups to sup-
port the Administration policy in
Viet Nam "on religious as well as
patriotic grounds because where
ever Communism has spread, Juda-
Continued on Page 12-A
MALCOLM JAK10V
0 compassion
SORROW EXPRESSED IN TELEGRAM
South African Jews
Mourn for Verwoerd
JOHANNESBURG (JTA)
South African Jewry "shares the
national shock and grief over the
assassination of Premier Hendrik
Verwoerd." Teddy Schneider, pres-
ident of the South African Jewish
Board of Deputies, declared this
week in a telegram to Mrs. Ver-
woerd.
"The South African Jewish Com-
munity is deeply shocked by the
tragic national calamity and offers
you and your children heartfelt
condolences" the telegram said.
"We mourn the passing of a dedi-
cated son of his country."
Rabbi Bernard Casper, Chief
Rabbi of the Federation of Syn-
agogues, sent a message express-
ing the "profound sense of sor-
row and dismay of the Jewish
community. We think of Ver-
woerd, the patriot, the devoted
son of his country, respected
even by his opponents. His eye
Continued on Page 12-A
Jews Demonstrate Against Soviet Bias
WASHINGTON (JTA) A
crowd of over 500, led by the
presidents of 25 national Jewish
organizations, gathered near the
White House on Monday to hear
two senators and others urge con-
tinued protests against Soviet anti-
Jewish policies. The organization
presidents later conveyed their
concern for the future of Russian
Jewry to the White House. They
were received by Presidential As-
sistant Walt W. Rostow.
Sen. Abraham Ribicoff, Connec-
ticut Democrat, told in his address
of new incidents of anti-Jewish
bias. "Thes cases stand out in bold
relief against a background of un-
fulfilled promises," he said, add-
ing that some "token concessions"
were made by Soviet authorities
but that "the list of grievances is |
long. Until a better, freer life is j
the way of the Soviet Jew's life ]
we cannot take the promises of
Soviet officials at face value we,
cannot take their denials of dis-
crimination to heart." He strongly
urged that protest" continue.
Sen. Jacob K. Javits, New York
Republican, stressed that "what
we say here has meaning and
effect." He cited a measure of
success achieved by previous
protests and said new strength
must be given to expressions of
concern. President William A.
Wexler of B'nai B'rith said "we
are here today to help strength-
Continued on Page 8 A


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Page 3-A
Kol Nidre Will Open Yom Kippur Friday Eve
Thfl ;Iih Holy Days resume with the advent of Yom Kippur the
Day of Atonement, during services in Greater Miami synagogues be-
ginning Friday at sundown. The observance opens with the chanting of
the trational Kol Nidre prayer. Yom Kippur services on Saturday
will ir.dude a mid-morning Yizkor memorial for the departed
The High Holy Days end at
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
9 Tishri 5:58 p.m.
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Neilah 01 Saturday afternoon, but
the holiday season continues
through the Festival of Sukkoth.
which :11 be celebrated on
Thursdaj and Friday. Sept. 29
and 30.
Rabi Mayer Abramowitz, spir
itual tier of Temple Menorah,
620 ".";. St., will officiate at all
.service curing the weekend and
delivi.....e sermons. Cantor Nico
Feldmaa ">'ill chant the liturgical
portions assisted by the Temple
Choir !< r the direction of Klisha
Cernei V'oni Kippur will be ush-
ered il uring services on Friday
at 6:80 m. "To Reach This Sea-
son" w be the subject of the Kol
Nidre non preached by Rabbi
Abramowitz. Saturday morning
schedule v, ill begin with Shacharil
at 8a" and Yizkor prayers and
serittoi "Forget to Forgive" at
10. Mnu.la at 4 will be followed
by Neilat closing services at 5 p.m.
Children's special Yom Kippur
services 'ill be held in the main
sanctuary at 3 p.m.
* *
Dr. Irv.ng I.ehrman will preach
at all services during the Yom
Kippur veekend being observed
by Tempi* Emanu-EI, 1701 Wash-
ington Ave., at the Miami Beach
Auditorium. Cantor Zvi Adler will
chant the musical portions of the
holiday services assisted by the
Temple Choir. Kol Nidre services
on Fric^y in the auditorium are
scheduled for 7 p.m. Dr. Lehrman
will officiate at Saturday morning
services, beginning at 9 a.m.. con-
ducting Yizkor memorial prayers
at 11 i. m. Junior Congregation
services will be held in the main
sanctuary of the temple on Satur-
day at 2 p.m.. followed by Yom
Kippur .sntata at 3 in the audi-
torium '
"How Do You Say. Were Sorry0"
will be the question asked by Rab- at 7 p m. On Saturday Shacharit
bi Eugene Labovitz in his Kol begins at 7:45 a.m., with Torah
Nidre u :mon on Friday evening, reading at 10. and Rabbi Lipschitz
ti p m. li.ning serrvices at Temple preaching a sermon at 10:45 a.m.
Ner Tamid, 79th St and Carlyle Yizkor prayers are slated for 11:15
Ave Miami Beach. Yom Kippur a.m. and Musaf at noon. After
services on Saturday will begin at noon Mincha is scheduled for 3:30
8 am, with Yizkor observance' p.m.. with closing Neilah services
slated 10:30 a.m. Memorial at (i p m., followed by Shofar and
sermon iopic will be "We Stand Maariv.
Before Our Parents This Day "
Rabbi Labovitz and Cantor Ed- "What Hope Is There for the
ward Klein will officiate at the Jews and Judaism"" will be the
weekend services to be held in the subject of the sermon preached
main sanctuary, with Rabbi Mur- by Dr. Joseph R. Narot of Temple
ray Alstet and Cantor Paul Caslow Israel, 137 NE 19th St.. on Yom
conducting auxiliary services in Kippur Eve at the Miami Beach
the temple"s Sklar Auditorium, j Convention Hall on Friday at 8
p.m. Cantor Jacob G. Bomstein and
the choir will sing the Kol Nidre.
with cellist. Earl Greenfield. On
Saturday morning. Sept. 24. at 10
a.m.. Dr. Narot will discuss What
Hope is There for America?" Fol-
lowing the morning service, a spe-1
daily-prepared ritual will he con-
CALL .
ducted by Rabbi Morris W. Graff
and a group of laymen. The chil-
dren's service will be held at the
Miami Beach Convention Hall on
Saturday afternoon at 2 p.m. The
afternoon service will begin at 3
p.m. and the memorial service at
4 p.m.
Yom Kippur serrvices will be
held at Beth David Congregation,
2625 SW 3rd Ave.. this weekend,
with Rabbi Sol Landau officiating,
assisted in the musical portions of
the observance by Cantor William
W. Lipson. and the choir under
Continued on Page 5-A
Kol Nidre services will usher In
the Yom Kippur weekend observ-
ance ;il Temple Beth Tov, 6438 SW
81 h St., on Friday at 6:15 p.m.,
with Rabbi Simon April delivering
Ins sermon at 6:45 p.m. On Satur-
day morning services are slated
to begin at 8 a.m. Rabbi April will
officiate at Yizkor prayers at 11:30
a.m.. and conduct closing Neilah
services at 5 p.m.
Rahbi Leon Kronish will usher
in the Yom Kippur observance at
Temple Beth Sholom, 4144 Chase
Ave.. with Kol Nidre prayers on
Friday at 7 p.m. Theme of his ser-
mons throughout the weekend will
be "Reconciliation Before it is
too Late." Topic Friday will be
"Reconciliation with God On Sat-
urday, 9:15 a.m.. his Yom Kippur
sermon will be "Reconciliation
With All Men," and during after-
noon services at 3:30 p.m.. Rabbi
Kronish will advise 'Reconciliation
With Life As it Is." Cantor
David Conviser and the temple
choirs will render the musical por-
tions at all services.
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Yom Kippur eve will be ob-
served at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion, 1051 No. Miami Beach Blvd.,
on Friday with Kol Nidre prayers
at 6 p.m. Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz
will conduct services and deliver,
the 6:30 p.m. sermon, assisted by
Cantor Jacob J. Renzer. who will
direct the High Holy Day Choir.
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Volume 33 Number 37
Friday. September 23. 1966
9 Tishri 5727
Yom Kippur
Eve 5727
Friday evening at sundown
marks the beginning of the Yom
Kippur observance the Day of
Atonement. Yom Kippur falls tsr.
days after Rosh Hashona. the first
o.' the High Holy Days. The period
between is traditionally called the
Ter. Days of Penitence.
Y.o\ Nidre, the opening prayer, is
shrouded in mystery. Some scholars
bcrve traced it to the era ot the
Spanish Inguisition and the Mar-
ranos those Jews who outwardly
rejected their faith but who, in se-
cret, vowed their irevocable identi-
fication with Judaism.
Thus Kol Nidre, meaning "all
our vows." came to be interpreted
as the Jew's solemn testament en
unbroken covenant between himself
end God a denial of his open
acceptance of other religious beliefs
in the name of being spared from
the Inguisition.
Other scholars point to the Jew-
ish prohibition against oath-taking.
Fcr them, Kol Nidre symbolizes dias-
pcrc Jewry's compromises between Judaism
and the individual Jew's need to adapt him-
self to the alien world in which he lives and
must survive.
Oh the eve of Yom Kippur. the Kol Nidre
prcyer in this regard serves the purDose of
reaffirming the precepts of traditional Judaism
of spiritually releasing the Jew from such
secular vows that he has mdde during the
preceding year and that involuntarily violate
the letter of traditional Jewish law.
Whatever the interpretation of Kol Nidre
medem authorities guestion the relationship
between oaths and traditional Judaism the
prayer sets the tone for the most awesome of
the Jewish Holy Days. On that occasion, the
"bcok" is "sealed." Man has cleansed himself
of his past errors to the best of his ability, and
he looks forward to a year in which he will
live in peace and contentment.
We here add our voice to this prayer. We
hope the Hebrew Year 5727 will bring for
Jewry and humanity at large that security
which is the initial step toward spiritual ful-
fillment.
What the President Said
It is difficult at this point really to know
who said what to whom and whv. But the
statement issued in Washington by Malcolm
Tcrlov, newly-elected national commander of
the Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A., follow-
ina a meetina with President Johnson, has cer-
tainly started a ruckus the consequences of
which have yet to be seen.
Tarlov reported to the press and television
that the President was disturbed by an alleged
failure of the American Jewish community to
support his policy in Viet Nam. If the recent
meeting of the National Community Relations
Advisory Council is a case in point, then one
might well lay credence in what Tarlov insists
the President said.
For it was the JWV almost single-handedly
that stayed and softened an NCRAC resolution
on the Viet Nam war, thus indicating that Mr.
Johnson is well aware of what the American
Jewish community is about these days at
least from an umbrella organization point of
view.
But we are not prepared to agree that the
intended NCRAC resolution reflected the mono-
lithic opinion of a monolithic American Jewish
community, much as we are net prepared to
cgree that the JWV poeition at the NCRAC
meeting rc-f!ects anything more than the opin-
ion of the JWV, itself, for there is no such thing
as a monolithic American Jewish communiiy.
As we see it, there was either excessive
exuberance in Tarlov's assessment of Mr.
Johnson's position or else a breach of trust in
a possible Presidential off-the-cuff and off-the-
record discussion of the President's disappoint-
ment in American feelings generally on the
Viet Nam guestion, the Jewish communiy's
fetelings included, which apparently Mr. John-
son assessed as a conseguence of the recent
NCRAC gathering, as well as of gatherings at
the start of the summer by organizations rep-
resenting the Orthodox, Reform, and Conserv
ative rabbinate.

Adjusting JWV's View
If JWV Commander Tarlov is correct in his
report of the President's views, then Mr. John-
son is in turn guilty of a number of unhappy
implications. Principal among these would be
Mr. Johnson's alleged bewilderment about
the egually alleaed American Jewish position
on Viet Nam in light of his steps taken to pro-
vide sophisticated arms to Israel. If this ore-
sumable tit-for-tat failed to meet with U.S.
Jewish gratitude, according to Tarlov. then the
President could no longer be relied upnn to
honor his recent commitments to Israeli military
and economic security. In short, he would have
to change his mind.
This is a horrifying sort of report with hor-
rifying implications.
At the moment, we can only hope to go
along with the statement following an emerg-
ency meeting between Mr. Johnson end inter-
national loaders of B'nai B'nth in Washington
apparently made necessary by the allegation.
Declared Dr. William A. Wexler, of Savannah.
Ga., president of the organization: "B'nai B'rith
places little credence in the validity of the
statements attributed to President Johnson in
which the Administration's support of aid to
Israel was eguated with a presumed attitude
of the American Jewish community toward the
war in Viet Nam.
"We also find no reason to acceDt as sub-
stantive the publicized statements which inter-
preted the President as having expressed a
near-blanket indictment of Jewish organizations
for a supposed view on the Viet Nam issue
"It is our belief that the President's views
were either misunderstood or poorly interpret i i
to the news media. It is evident to UB that tl
views attributed to the President s
neither his xttitude nor his convictio
At IcO.st as of this moment, we are?.
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... as i see it
THE PRESENCE OF Cora!
Gables Mayor c.c Dressel
and South Miami Mayor Clyde
M. Taylor at the dedication ><
the new Temple Judea i the
Gables must have beer i
to behold. It all rain*
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question of history and int,
lectual honesty I suppose in
the main, it also has to di
m with political expediency a
photograph of the two >J
them. Standing there among the temple's officials at the rib
cutting ceremony, is almost touching beyond words. But reach fo
the feeling, and it can best be characterized by discomfort
The Coral Gables issue is an old one and. hopefully, long
resolved. Back in the days when I first came to this community ;
faculty colleague at the university advised me not to look for'an
apartment in the Gables. It was then the progressive era nf 1947
two years alter a war fought in the name of human dignity. and m.'
Christian friend shifted in his shame from one fool to the othe
he explained thai I would probably find it difficult to renl I
because Jews weren't welcome
Hopefully, those days are gone now; although charter founders
of Temple Judea could. I am sure, trade me stories in spades
difficulties the> encountered in establishing their syna
rmo how the City Fathers struggled on the hoo
Judenrein despair to keep Coral Gables free of the blight ol
, 11 ..;, >ation 11 such fe lings are still prevalent among
fully, merely rudimentary among others, the fact is thai
has long since succumbed to the realities ol experience
The new Temple .In.lea. on Granada Blvd. is [tseli
il what the Jewish community has contributed to I
of i oral Gables cine may be sure that Mayor Dressel
knows this Which leaves us with Mayor Taylor.
ZONING AND THf JtWISH PHOBllM
AM HERE reminded of the well known if by now tatten
about the Jewish student who rose to discuss the
the Jewish question after his American counterpart pond
the problem of bigger and better elephants, the Englishmi
.1 discourse on hunting elephants in British West Africa
mchmen reminisce.1 on the elephant's love life. To be perl
: about a. how does zoning become a Jewish problem
Tlu- City of Smith Miami is a kind of country witi
Residents there would like to keep it so. Perhaps, thi~ is
1 ,-t the tide and in the face of progress progress
ugly apartment houses, high density multi-unit private dw<
>mess establishments of a presumably less offensive natu
- parsed on forty-foot-wide lots one upon the otl
.itiiig helter-skelter of brand new slums
Up to now. the community's main self-defense was .
man Zoning and Planning Board, a non-elective, non-politi
before which persons seeking variances or changes in zonine wera
required to appear and bear the burden of proof. But tl
seemed loo ripe to remain unplucked. The South Miami City 1
for the most part, could literally taste the sweet juices of w\
were being deprived. A Homeowners Association rapidrv cami into
being, and urged the Council to reconsider the implications
newly-found appetite.
The homeowners got nowhere After all. they are men., the
public, whose best interests municipal government should
But Dade County is accustomed to this sort of thing. Remember th>
violation of one of the last pieces of choice beach open to us .
the ocean at 46th St..' Flagrant selfishness and conflict ol interes!
are not new to city councils either here or elsewhere: the) are best
typified by the public servants who single mindedly do things I ir us
when we fail to understand their reasons, and when they pursue their
purpose for our 'own good" and despite our most violent objei
The Miami Beach incident leaves no question as to who was serving
whom
?
TAIlOK-MADt PUBLIC KUATIONS MtMSIS
yWE SHOULD, in fact, be forewarned when we are told categorically
that the technical considerations involved are beyond the com
prehension of the layman. (Who is the city councilman but a layman
with an inflated image of his own capabilities?) This was precisel)
position of the City Council of South Miami when it passed a ne
ordinance designed to replace the old eleven-man board.
Now, the City Council is itself the city's Zoning Board The plum
has been plucked At the same time, the Homeowners Associati
n told by the Mayor that it is a much too emotional and
ighborhood" group; whereas, he has the best interest of the entire
city at heart even if the city, at the moment, fails to see this The
Mayor has also incidentally but publicly expressed doubt as to the
sanity of the Associations members for objecting to the new
nee which equally Incidentally, was jammed through Ulegalb in >
mishmash of last minute changes
Miami's morning daily meanwhile twice published Stori pur
ng to report the South Miami occurrence, but none eve.
to communicate beyond sounding like a tailor-made public
iclease In fact, the newspapers reporter, present at one mi ling ol
the Association, where she came to confirm a snatch of h P
determined sensationalism and left as soon as she receivi
nounced rather brazenly and immaturely that she wasn't inl
In the facts at all.
Ihe new ordinance was passed by a four-to-one CitJ
vote one member of the Council. Ed Corley, opposed Anothei mem
Dei Vice Mayor Kd Brandon, previously assured the community he
would also oppose, thus killing the measure. During the lasl dtj
becuon, when he ran for office. Bramson deliberately sought out
MS Jewish neighbors to beg their support.
IN
TM flKl WITH T MT
CONSIDERATIONS INVOLVING possible changes in zoning of SP*
cii.e pieces of property along one of South Miami's major arteries,
I, Uw ,ns>'"mentality of change, were already then
'"ted 1 here eould be no question as to where the Vice M
fin 11 "Vmmuni,y to know he stood. Now. when the fat
unauy in the fire, he not only slipped over to the other side, out
-.-qu.ntiy wcn| lhrouKh the rationalizing motioris 0f u
;'jrr,l.er referendum to require a four-to-one vote of the I
^outlet zoning Board on a zonJng maUcrs when ,he ordH
; Oct 1. which now Incidentally places the burden
ie snoulders of residents in matters of rezoning and variai -
vice Mayor Bramson seems now. himself, to be in th<
Continued on P9 14-A


Friday, September 23. 1966
t'Jfwisfi fhrkUan
Page 5 .1
Kol Nidre Friday Evening
Continued from Page 3-A
(1 ectii -
sen ices o ridi
;: 12 p:. Rabbi Lai i
i -... '.'iii. ,-!f God Had
' I n Then'..' for Yom
Saturd ly. I
be "H ; s v.. re t>> be the
. Year." Pi a i youth
the upper teen-ager
proui nducted bj \-..
i. <.. si:!*.-.;.:- rabbinical student al
: ological Sen na/j
I: Sew York.
.
bi Heib rt M a .! will
iate al >m K ppur sen i< ea
: Temple Beth Am, 5950 N Ken-
(. Dr on Friday at 7:3 p m .
.. th Kol Nidre prayers iaunchin
the observance Evening sermon
topic will ask "Shall the Jewish
pie Survive?" Pulpit guests
will be Alan !' Kessler, president:
i. berl Newman, president, South-
east Federation of Union of Amer-
ican Hebrew Congregations; David
Light, national t'AHC board mem
ber; Byron ( herkas. past pres-
ident. "Violence in the Streets'
will be the subject of the 10 a.m.
Yom Kippur services on Saturday.
1 iiipit guests will include Alan
Kessler, president: Stanley Gil-
bert vice president; Ellis Tar-
BChes, financial secretary. Chil-
dren's services are scheduled for
2 p.m. Late services, to include
memorial prayers, will be held at
3:30 p.m. Pulpit guests will be
Mrs. George Malin. Sisterhood
president; Ellen Sherman, pres-
ident, Youth Group; Mrs. Lee
Rogel. recording secretary. Cantor
Michael Kyrr and the Adult Tem-
ple Choir will offer the musical
portions of the weekend holiday
services.
* *
On Friday. Agudsth Israel He-
. brew Institute, 7801 Carlyle Ave..
will usher in Yom Kippur. with 6
p.m. Kol Nidre services. Rabbi
Isaac Hirsh Ever's Day of Atone-
ment topic will be "Atonement
The Crown of all the Days of the
Year." Cantor Pinchos Kat/ will
chant the liturgical port:ons of
th< weekend services. On Saturday.
services are scheduled for 8 a.m.
Yizhor memorial prayers will in-
clude a sermon on "Communion
between the Departed and the
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tde Yizkor at 10:30 a.m ,
Rabbi Drazin delivering a
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>ith Neilah at 5:i5 p.m.
: portions of the weekend
will be offered by Cantor William
B Nussen assist d bj his sons.
and Kenneth
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22nd Ave.. will hold Kol Nidre
services on Friday at ('< p.m. Cantor
Abraham Rciseman will chant the
iilltrgj and also deliver a sermon
On "Mj Son. My Son.' Saturday
Yom Kippur services, at !i a m..
will include a Yizkor sermon on
"How to Attain Immortality" at
10:30 a.m.
* *
Temple Judea will hold weekend
Yom Kippur services at 5500
Granada Blvd. Rabbi Morris A.
Kipper will officiate and preach
on "We Don't Want You. God."
during 8 p.m. Kol Nidre observ-
ance on Friday. Rabbi Kipper's
Yom Kippur sermon, to be deliv-
ered during morning services be-
ginning at 10 a.m., on Saturday,
will be "Another Face of Moses."
Afternoon memorial services are
slated for 3:30 p.m. The Temple
Judca choir will participate in all
service's. On Saturday, Herzl W.
Honor, education director will re
late New Year's stories during spe-
cial children's services beginning
at 2:30 p.m.
Rabbi Alfred Waxman will of-
ficiate at the Yom Kippur observ-
ance to be held this weekend at
Temple Zion, 8000 Miller Rd.. and
also chant the cantorial portions of
the services. On Friday evening.
Kol Nidre has been slated for 7
p.m. Saturday morning holiday
services will begin at 8:30 a.m..
and unhide the traditional Yizkor
memorial.
* *
en Friday evening, at 5:30 p.m..
Rabbi Jonah E. Capl^n's.Kol N
sermon at S!:y Lake Synagogue,
18151 NE 19th Ave. will bi
"The Will to l.i\ e. '-. 01 '
set ci lurdav m ii ii
e 11 i
will be "1 i\
held at J
llol; Da; observi
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Kippur will be ushered
gregatiort Beth Jacob, 3( I 3".".
, Washington Ave ,
; on Friday beginninj il ~
with Ral bi Shmaryahu F
preaching on kol v Ire
Ictai e too Hicth Si n ices
ue on Saturday at 8:*0 a.m.. with
the theme of the Yizkor Mi
sen ices at '. 1 to be on "A
of a Chance Closing Neilah pray-
ers at 5 p.m. will include a sermon
on "The Keys of the Gates."
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Friday. September T. \%
Kol Nidre Friday Evening
Continued from Page 5-A
Early Yom Kippur services on
Saturday are slated for 7:30 a.m.
Theme of the 11 a.m. Yizkor cere-
mony will be "The Piety of the
Ages." The observance will close
with Neilah at 5:15 p.m.

Kol Nidre. the eve of the Day
of Atonement, will be observed at
Beth Kodesh Congregation, 1101
SW 12th Ave.. on Friday besin
riing at 6 p.m. Habbi Max Shapiro
will officiate at the Yom Kippur
wrvices. preaching on the sub-
ject. "A Community in Stress.'
Morning services on Saturday, at
8 a.m.. will include Yizkor slated
for 11 a.m. For his memorial
theme, Rabbi Shapiro has chosen
"A Tragic Life." Neilah closing
prayers will be said at 6 p.m. Can-
tor Benjamin Ben Ari will offer
the liturgical portions of the week-
end holiday observance.

Beth Solomon Congregation, 50
N\V 51st PI., will launch Yom Kip-
pur observance Friday 6 p.m..
with Rabbi Aharon M. Feier's Kol
Nidre sermon to he on "The Great
Vow." For his Yizkor message on
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SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION OF YOM KIPPUR
The Torah Reading from U'viticus. Chap. 16. recalls the an-
cient sacrifices brought on the Day of Atonement. To impress
the people with their communal responsibility for sin and the
need of forgiveness, two goats were brought to the Temple. Lots
were cast to designate one goat for the Lord, and the other for
Azozel. symhol of wickedness. The first was offered in the pre-
scribed manner as a burnt sacrifice. Upon the other goat, the
Mi :ii Pries) placed his hand and confessed the sins of the people.
after which the goat was sent away into the wilderness. The
elaborate preparations and the procedure of this ritual are min-
utely described.
This ceremony \i\idly dramatized the casting away of those
mii- which the Israelites acquired in the desert. The scapegoal
became the svnibol of wickedness which was annually banished
to the wilderness. When the Temple was destroyed, this cere-
mony was discarded. Prayer, repentance and righteousness as-
sumed greater significance. We read of this ancient rite to recall
the earnest desire of our people to become reconciled with their
God and their fellowmen. and to make atonement for their sins,
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For us. this reading emphasizes the uoed of cleansing our-
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Saturday during 8 a.m. services,
the Rabbi has chosen "How Shall
We Remember?" Afternoon cere-
mony, beginning at 1:30 p.m.. will
include a talk on "MartyrolOgy,"
and closing Neilah prayers will be
offered at 5:30 p.m. Junior Con-
gregation will hold services on
Saturday morning at 10:30 a.m.
"Spiritual Nourishment" will be
the theme of Rabbi Solomon
Schiffs Kol Nidre sermon during
the Yom Kippur observance being
ushered in by Conorefation Beth
61, 500 SW 17th Ave.. on Friday
at 6 p.m. Saturday services, begin-
ning at 8 a.m.. will include Yizkor
prayers at 10:30 a.m. For his Viz
kor topic. Rabbi Schiff will dis-
cuss "At One With Our Creator."'
Junior congregation services will
be held on Saturday at 10 a.m.
All sermons at Beth Israel Con-
gregation, 770 \V 40th St., will be
delivered by Rabbi Rerel Wehl,
with Yom Kippur services con
ducted by Rabbi M Wieder and
Rabbi Stanley B. Weiss, who will
serve as cantors Mincha services
on Friday are slated lor 3 p.m..
with Kol Nidre prayers .n <> OS
p.m. Rabbi Wein's sermon topic
will be "Hollow Holiness." Satur
day schedule begins at 8 a.m., with
Saeharit. The Yom Kippur subject
will be "Saving our Sanctity." and
Yizkor prayers are slated for 11
a.m. Afternoon observance begins
with minacha at 4:45 p.m.. Neilah
at 5:50. and .Maariv at 7 p.m.
Temple Beth El, 1351 S 14th
Ave.. Hollywood, will mark Yom
Kippur with weekend services be-
ginning Friday at 8:15 p.m. Rabbi
Samuel B. Jaffe will conduct the
observance, and has chosen the
title "Is Sin Outmoded'.'" for his
evening talk. Day-long services on
Saturday will begin with Rabbi
Jaffe preaching on "A Personal
Faith" at 10 a.m. Afternoon sen
ices are slated for 2:30 p.m., with
Yizkor prayers at 4 p.m and con-
cluding services at 5 Children's
Services are scheduled for 1:30
p.m.
Yom Kippur eve will be ushered
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p.m.. on Friday, al Temple Beth
Raphael, 1545 Jefferson Ave Sat
urday morning services, begin'
ning at 8 ;i in will include Yizkor
prayers at 10:30 a.m. The holidaj
observances will be conducted b)
Rabbi Julius LomniU and Cantor
Saul II. Breeh.

Weekend services :il Temple
Adath Yeshurun, 1025 NK Miami
Gardens Dr., No. Miami Reach, will
be conducted by Rabbi Milton
Schlinsky. Musical liturgy will be
chanted by Cantor Maurice Neu
and the choir. Friday evening Yom
Kippur observance, at 5:4.") p.m..
will include a sermon on "Where
are You From?" by Rabbi Schlin-
sky. His theme during the !i a.m.
sen ices on Saturday will be "Tears
of Joy."
Temple Beth Sholem, 1725 Mon-
roe St.. Hollywood, will usher in
the Yom Kippur holiday with Kol
Nidre prayers and sermon on Fri-
day at 6 p.m. Rabbi Morton Mai
avsky and Cantor Finest Steiner
will be in charge of the weekend
observance to be held in the main
sanctuary'of the temple. Saturday
schedule is slated to begin at 9
a.m.. with Yizkor prayers and ser
mon to lie held at noon. Neilah
services will conclude the days
services starting at 5:30 p.m. Jun-
ior Yom Kippur services at noon
on Saturday will be held in the
educational building chapel
Ohev Shalom Congregation, Jill
Normandy Dr.,. Miami Beach, will
hold Yom Kippur services Friday
beginning with 2 p.m. mincha at
the synagogue. Kol Nidre services,
at 5:30 p.m.. will be held at Wash
ington Federal, 1133 Normandy
Dr. Rabbi Phineas A Wcbciman
will officiate at the holiday ob-
servance assisted by Cantor Sam-
uel ll. Feiner Subject of the Fri
day evening sermon will be "De-
termination." Schedule on Satur
dav w ill be introduced at )l ;i in .
followed by Torah reading at 10 3"
a in. During the Yizkor prayers
slated for 11:15 a.m., Rabbi Web
erman will s|i,.;ik on "Good Will
Atonement.' Afternoon Mu-al
is sel ior 12:i.") p in., wnli mincha
at 4. Closing prayers will begin at
5:30 p.m., with the Neilah sermon
to be on "Lasl Chance." Observ-
ance will conclude with Shofar
and Maariv at 7 p.m.
Rev. Sadi Nahmias has chosen
to speak on "With All Our Minds"
at the 6:30 p.m Kol Nidre serv-
ice at Sephardic Jewish Center,
645 Collins Ave. Friday. Rev.
Nahmias will continue i
at the weekend Yom ti<- M,'nC
ices slated to begin or. iaturdav
at 8 a.m. His morning se n will
he on "The Song of the cl, .
Yizkor prayers are BChe
12 noon.

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Jacob C. Cohen Commur
gogoo, 1532 Wa ningtoi
ami Beach, beginning
5:45 pm. Subject of his .. \ll!l(,
sermon will be "The Co [uesl i
Life.'' Yom Kippur ervance
will continue on Saturda
at 8 a.m., with Rabbi S
ject scheduled to be
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vJewist flcric/tar*
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THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PUIPIT
Religion Must be Basic to Our Lives
By DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
Tmple Emanu-EI
In the well-known hook. "Yo-
min Noraim Days of Awe." the
gifted Israeli author and poet,
Afjnon, reflects on the many beau-
tiful legends of our ancient litera-
ture which deal with the High
Holy Day*. In the
first pages, he
tells hit; back
ground and what
m o v e d him to
write.
"I remember
the impact Yom
Kippur had upon
me as a child,"
ha says,
^Vhen f.e was
five years old,
his parents took
hi in to the syna-
_: o u U 0 He re
m 8 m be r s the
lights, Mm coii'
gregttfoo, the mood, the prayers.
all the emotion and sanctity of
the holy day. And when his mother
decided to take him home, he
Dr. Lthrman
stood in the street and wept. No
matter how much she tried to com-
fort him, he continued to cry, and
he cried all the way home until he
cited himself to sleep
"I could never understand why,"
he says. "It was not until many
years later I hat I began to realize
what had bothered me. Instinctive-
ly I couldn't stand the shock of the
sudden change from the holiness
of the synagogue to the mundane
atmosphere of the street. This is
what made me cry.
"It was an interruption of holi-
ness," said Agnon
Intensification of Life
This is tremendously significant
in Jewish life. We .lews could
never accept an "interruption of
holiness," especially in the de-
tachment of Yom Kippur from the
rest of the year. The Day of Atone
nient never stood apart. To the
Jew, this holy day was merely an
intensification of the life he lived
'hroughout the year. It was part of
his routine. The entire week, the
entire month, the entire year, was
sacred. In approaching Yom Kip-
f\rtVVl'nicCtl o/c/cv/rfO/J /I
ro^mw?
Sept. 25 C'h. 10. 11 a.m., Jewish Worship Hour
Guest- Rabbi Alfred Waxman
Sept. 25 Ch. 7, 10 a.m.. Still Small Voice
Rabbi .Max A. Lipschitz and Guests
Topic: "Israeli Interview"
Sept. 27 Ch. 2, 9:30 p.m., Man to Man
Participants: Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Fr. Donald
Connolly. Rev. Albeit Schmidt
Moderator: Rev. I.uthcr C. Pierce
Topic "Mission and Message"
Sept. 30 WGBS Radio (710 on dial). 7:30 a.m..
Rabbi Solomon Schiff
pur, he didn't just plunge into a
new experience: he came to some-
thing that was dear and precious
to him and most familiar.
It seems to me that this is the
problem we face as we greet this
glorious culmination of our High
Holy Day period. And we are not
alone in this problem Americans
of all faiths boast of the revival of
religion of today. More chunhc.
and synagogues are being built
than ever before: more people
swell their membership rolls .
and with all this, we see more
crime, more corruption, more de-
linquency. How can we explain it'.'
How can we account for the up-
surge of religion on the one hand,
and on the other such flagrant
violation of its principles'
Religion an Island
The answer is apparent
We have failed to make religion
an integral part of our lives We
have made it an island removed
from the mainland of our exist-
ence. We have placed religion
here, and life there Yom Kip-
pur here, our existence there. This
is our undoing and this is the trag-
edy. We arc uncommitted, not un-
like the uncommitted peoples of
the world who are the fence-sitters
between communism and democ-
racy. We are among the countless
Americans who are equally un-
committed, who identify with re-
ligion on the surface but are un-
related to it in action and in deed.
We espouse religion, but we
don't "live" it. We observe Yom
Kippur, but we're not stirred by
it. We praise God, but we are
estranged from Him. This is the
crisis of our lives. This is the chal-
lenge we face.
There is but one answer lo our
dilemma, and the choice is with
us to annex the island to the
mainland, to reunite the spirit with
its Source, to make the To rah vital
and relevant, and the Day of
Atonement meaningful to our very
being.
Changing Our Lines
Then, and only then, may we
expect God and religion to speak
to us as they have to our people
throughout the centuries. Then,
and only then, can Yom Kippur
change our lives and transform us
into true children of God.
May this Sabbath of Sabbaths
find us and our dear ones sealed
in the book of life.
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held Tuesday, 8 p.m.. in the social
hall at Beth David Congregation
Speaker will be Dr. Irwin S Ja-
cobs, psychiatrist, whose topic
will be 'Is There Immorality
Among Teen Agers?"
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*Jeist fh>ridfi3r
Cantor Usher Doppelt and his professionally-
bo:nd choir are chanting the liturqical portion
c: the Hioh Holy Day services at the Jacob C.
Cohen Community Synagogue. Rabbi Dr. Ti-
bor H. Stern is spiritual leader ol the syna-
gogue located at 1532 Washington Ave.
Goldberg Explains LBJ View
Friday. September 23 1966
HARRY B. SMITH
Continued from Page 1-A
with Goldberg as 'useful and con-
.( lie added that "we had
; and frank discussion on a
( r of issues of mutual inter-
t-:. including the prospect for
in Viet Nam, American-
[siael relations and a variety of
Otb( concerns.' lie said also that
' u- ; re grateful to Ambassador
G t.-rg for the opportunity ho
<'d us to meet with him and
i ,. change views in an atmos-
i of candor and friendship.''
A spokesman for the Ambassa-
d i escribed the meeting as pri-
and said the Ambassador
* not have any statement on
In Washington, the White
maintained complete si-
. on the controversy.
Participants at the meeting
-'-. Goldberg, who did not want
c jive their names, said that
the Ambassador began by deny-
ing that the President had ever
threatened or sought to seek a
quid pro quo from the Jewish
community or any other Amer-
ican group in seeking support
for his Viet Nam policy.
Goldberg reportedly told the
Jewish leaders that the Johnson
Administration did not seek to
create any link between United
States policy in Viet Nam and Is-
rael. He reportedly added that
there was something in common
between maintaining security from
oppression for small nations in
the Middle East and in the Far
East.
The general feeling among the
Jewish leaders when Mr. Gold-
brg finished, it was reported, was
one of relief. The leaders said that
Mr. Goldberg did not try to "sell"
them on the Administration s pol-
icy but rather that he tried to
clear up misunderstandings that
he felt had arisen.
Sen. Jacob K. JavitS, New York
Republican, and Dr. William Hex
ler. president of the B'nai B'rith
also spoke on the issue. Sen. Jav-
its told a news conference that
"I have been hacking the Pres-
ident" on Viet Nam "and I am a
Jewish Senator."
He added that he did not be-
lieve the President had made
the statements attributed to him
by the JWV but that, even if
he did, "I am sure that it was
the result of irritation and frus-
tration."
Dr. Wexler said he did not be-
lieve the President's attitude to-
ward Israel had been affected by
the "presumed attitude of the
American Jewish community to-
ward the war in Viet Nam."
Jews Protest Soviet Prejudice
Continued from Page 1-A
t-\ 'he survivalist spirit to
I the Soviet Jew, in whatever
he can hear us, that we are
l:red with his destiny." He
CI td for new efforts to mobil-
ise world public opinion to al-
.'fte the plight of Russian
.'( ry.
Rabbi Israel Miller, chairman of
the American Jewish Conference
for Soviet Jewry, detailed the vari-
ous discriminations imposed by
Soviet authorities. He reported
that since last year's rally in
Washington "peripheral conces-
sions have been made by the Rus-
sian authorities, but the centra!
problem remains."
C.'dest Elks celebrate their birthdays at the same time on the
seme day. Left to right are George Feuer, Jack Berman, and
Ic.iis Simon, 85 years old, being congratulated by Zev W.
slogan, acting exalted ruler of the Miami Beach Lodge of
T -s 1S01.
Mr. Rostow, Presidential assist
ant, was quoted later by Jewish
leaders who met with him at the
White House as indicating hope
that the Soviet Union would ac-
cord Jews the religious facilities
available in other East European
Communist states. A statement is-
sued by Rabbi Miller said:
"Mr. Rostow recalled that on
this very day a year ago. Sept. 19.
the President expressed his deep
and continuing concern about the
discriminations imposed upon So-
viet Jewry by the Soviet Govern
ment. He cited recent develop
ments in Eastern Europe as indica-
tions of how Communist societies
have moved to enable Jewish com-
munities to preserve their identity
and transmit their heritage. He
expressed the hope that such de-
velopments would soon be parallel
in the Soviet Union."
Rabbi Miller, accompanied by
leaders of 25 national Jewish
organizations, assured the White
House that Jews would perse-
vere in their efforts to ameli-
orate the plight of coreligionists
in the Soviet Union. An agree-
ment on the current situation
was made at the meeting.
Rabbi Miller, on behalf of the
group, presented to President
Johnson through Mr. Rostow the
Declaration of Rights for Soviet
Jewry adopted last April at Phila-
delphia. The Declaration lists six
basic needs of Soviet Jewry. The
rabbi noted sympathetic concern
on the part of Mr. Rostow for the
problem of Soviet Jewry.
UNIQUE DUO CITATION-WINNERS
Mrs. Trinz, Harry Smith to Receive
Presidents' Leadership Award Here
Mrs. Howard J. Trinz and Harry
li Smith have been selected as
recipients of the Presidents' Lead
ership Award of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
The annual award recognizes
young people who have given out-
standing service to Federation, its
agencies, and to the entire Jewish
community. It is sponsored by the
Current anil past presidents of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
"The presentation of this year's
Presidents' Leadership Award
mark- another milestone in the
historj of our Jewish community."
said Joseph Lipton, Federation
president,
"It is the first time since 1957,
when the award was first initi-
ated, that the selection commit
tee has chosen two recipients
instead of one. It is only the
second time that the award has
honored a young woman."
Mrs Trinz. who recently com-
pleted a term as president of the
Young Women's Division of the
Combined Jewish Appeal, is active
in numerous communal organiza
tions. She is vice president of the
Aviva Group of Hadassah and
chairman of Leadership Training
and Zionist Affairs for the Miami
Chapter of Hadassah. She serves
also as community cooperation
chairman for the Hade Division of
the National Council of Jewish
Women
A Miami Beach attorney. Smith
is a member of the Federation
executive committee, vice chair-
man of Federation's budget com-
mittee, and chairman of the bud-
get study committee lie was chair
man of last year's annual meeting,
and is past co-chairman of the
Combined Jewish Appeal Lawyers'
Division.
He is also a member of the
board of directors of the Jewish
Home for the Aged, a Federation
agency.
Smith's other civic involvements
include past president of the Civic
League of Miami Beach, past pies
ident of the Miami Beach Bar As-
sociation, past president of the
Palm-Hibiscus Star Island Property
Owners Association, past national
president of Alpha Epsilon Pi
Fraternity, and he is a member of
the board of directors of Temple
Beth Sholom.
Both Mrs. Trim and Smith
will receive a grant to attend
the annual general assembly
meeting of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds
in Los Angeles in November.
Previous winners 0f the Pres-
idents' Leadership Award were
Mrs. Sue Stevens. Martin Fine.
Marshall S. Harris. Daniel Neal
Heller. Norton Pallot, and Sam
Luby, Jr.
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B'nai B'rith Questions JWVReport
Continued from Pag* 1A
gar rition- foi a supposed view
on the Viel Nam issue.
"Rabbi Ja) :v;.ufman. executive
vice presid'T-1 of Bnai B'rith, and
I met with tin President on Satur-
day e\enir,L' H is our belief that
the President views were either
misunderslccil ; r poorly interpret-
ed to the news nedia. It is evident
to us that IK views attributed to
the President iveyed neither his
attitude not hit convictions
ml' i ce of an interrela-
tionship between future American-
Israeli affain and support among
Jewish organizations for Adminis-
tration policiei in Viet Nam ap
pe l to us 1i have been .i< in
accurate as it was unfortunate. It
v.as an infeience wholly incon-
sistent witl lr, Johnson's lony-
stanuinii view; regarding United
States relations with Israel His
record, dat nj back to his service
S Senator ; i. .Majority Leader,.
has been consistently predicated
on a spirit rd friendship and mu-
tuality between the two nations;
hi- actions ci '-onant with our na-
tional interesl in reducing political
tensions and ire threat of war in
the HiddH ": :'-t. have been pro-
ductive.
"Implicit in the publicized
statements s a contention that
most Jewish organizations do
not support United States policy
in Viet Niim. There is no real
basis for such an inference. In
the view ot B'nai B'rith, it is in-
accurate to tpeak of a distinctly
Jewish viewpoint on Viet Nam.
There is ncre as such. The fact
is: Most Jewish organizations
hava adopttci no formal views
or policiet on Viet Nam.
"Among those that have, only a
few- have takf n a pro or con posi-
tion on the < pposinu views of
American tM'alation of or with-
drawal from the war. Even here,
there exist ''rong differences of
opinion wit hi ? the constituencies
of these ort:;"iizations. B'nai B'rith
supports the i ;inciple of the ris;ht
of small natkns to the integrity
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their own destiny.
"We believe that the major
powers have a moral responsibility
to preserve that integrity and free-
dom, and we are concerned as
we understand the President to
be that a neo-isolationist mood
can threaten to negate this prin
ciple.
"The differing viewpoints and
the absence of definitive positions
by most Jewish groups appear to
ii-. t<> demonstrate an ambivalence
among American Jews that is par-
allel with and a part of the un-
certainties and division of thought
and attitude evident in the Con-
gress, the religious community,
other elements of our society and
the citizenry as a whole.
"Jewish organizations have
been nearly unanimous on a
single, corollary aspect of the
Viet Nam crisis the right of
and need for those who disagree
with Administration policy to
express their dissent freely and,
of equal importance, responsibly.
Support of this basic American
principle was demonstrated at
the National Community Rela-
tions Advisory Council meeting
in Washington in June.
"The resolution subscribed by
the participating Jewish groups af-
firmatively supported and quoted
President Johnson's expressed
view that no American, young or
oid. must ever be denied the right
to dissent. No minority must be
muzzled Opinion and protest are
the life breath of democracy -
even when it blows heavy. It in
regrettable that this resolution ha*
been, at times, misrepresented or
distorted to imply a Jewish view-
point on the Viet Nam issue its ilf.
The resolution dealt singularly
and exclusively with the right of
dissent. It did not in any way
either express adverse judgment
or endorsement of Administration
policy in Viet Nam."
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Miami Beach Branch 1059 of
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> Jeniil\noridUnr
Friday, September 23. 1966
-
Jewish Organizations Greet High Holy Day Season
Mount Sinai Auxiliary
By MRS. YALE N. LEVINSON
President
Mount Sinai Hospital Auxiliary
COR those dedicated to the
healing arts, there are no
.umbers only individuals. It
. s, however, a source of great
satisfaction to me, as president
f Mount Sinai Hospital's Auxil-
iary, to report that our Auxiliary
ow lists 2.293 members. Many
f these fine people are. of
course, "due.-- paying" members
illy a necessary and vital
ait of our program in order to
btain funds necessary to carry
ut our projects. A total of 474
lembers of our Auxiliary also
Live of themselves as in-service
volunteer?, and during this last
year accumulated a total of
68,376 hours.
Our volunteers function in
many departments of the hos-
pital, ranging from direct ancil-
lary care of the patient to be-
hind the scenes activities for the
total whole.
Gift Shop Enlarged
Last year saw the enlargement
of our beautiful Gift Shop due
to the continued generosity of
its original sponsors. Margaret
and A. C. Fine, and 1 am pleased
to report that the profits from
both the Gift Shop and the Snack
Bar have been spectacular. Prof
MRS. YALE N. LEVINSON
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah
its from both of these shops and
from BAMS (Babies' Alumni of
Mount Sinai) go toward the sup-
port of the School of Practical
Nursing and for needed equip-
ment in the hospital's nursery.
Our Remembrance Fund, which is
another fund raising project of
the Auxiliary, has shown a fine
profit also. Monies from this
fund are given to our Social
Service Department in the hos
pital to purchase crutches and
prostheses for indigent patients.
Our board and committee have
s|>ent many hours learning even
more about the complexities and
outstanding growth of our hos-
pital and the detailed facets ol
many of its important depart
ments so that we might better
evaluate the existing programs
and chart new ones for the fu-
ture.
We have been aware of the
fact that, as hospitals expand
their activities as centers of
community health, and as the
government becomes more and
more enmeshed in the health
problems of our nation and
as people begin to live longer
through medical discoveries
there will be a need for still
more and more volunteers in
hospitals, and for more service
areas to be opened.
Deep Pride
The love and devotion of each
of the members have been given
freely and wholeheartedly. It has
given me a feeling of deep pride
to serve as president of this fine
group of men. women and young
people. I know that the coming
year can only hold good health
and happiness for each of them,
for no one can be more desen
ing of these blessings, it is with
a deep sense of humble gratitude
that I tell you that this last war
was a good year for our / .ixi!
iary in our efforts for N iunt
Sinai Hospital and the thousands
of patients who come to its doors,
and that we look forward to next
year with renewed vigor.
Bv MRS. hpnry WFRNICK
President. Miami Beach Chapter
of Hadassah
pOR more than half a century,
Hadassah has been a house
hold word in hundreds of thou
sands of American homes, in is
rael, to resident and newcomer
alike. Ilaciassah is the "healing
hand and guardian of the child."
Here, in Miami Beach, with a
membership close to 5,000. com-
prising 20 groups. Hadassah. the
Women's Zionist Organization ol
\merica. is a vital force for
demociacx and creative Jewish
living.
in our membership campaign
ow under way. Hadassah wel-
comes American Jewish women
v. ho understand and seek to ful-
Iill their responsibilities as Amer-
icans and Jews, who find in their
n embership an opportunity for
self-fulfillment
Profoundly concerned with the
survival Of the Jewish people.
Hadassah is committed to a dy-
i amic program of Jewish educa-
t,on. Our chapter is engaged in
an extensive program of educa-
tion and has set up study and
iscussion groups in Bible and
Jewish history, inspiring Oneg
Shabbal gatherings, forums and
institutes On Israel. Zionism and
te Hebrew language
Factual Information
Through an objective and non-
; artisan American Affairs pro-
.ram. Hadassah provides factual
information so that our members
i lay better understand our Amer-
ican heritage and institutions.
Hadassah's role in Zionist af-
i.'.irs is to interpret Israel and its
people to the American public
nd thus forge closer links be-
vecn the two sister democracies.
Hadass; h reflects the deep love
and concern for the land of Is-
rael through its support of Jew-
ish Natioi.al Fund. With Hadas-
- ih's aid. tens of thousands of
MRS. HENRY WERNICK
acres of farm land produce food
in Israel today; miles of indus-
trial sites are booming with fac-
tories; and millions of trees have
been planted in what was before
desert, treacherous swamp and
eroded hills.
Over 130,000 children who
came from 80 lands as victims of
Nazism, war. political unrest and
economic upheaval are alive and
functioning today because Hadas-
sah, the official American rep-
resentative of the Youth Aliyah
movement, has been rescuing
and redeeming them for decades.
Today, there are 12,000 wards
in training in 267 agricultural co-
operatives, special schools and
centers who are being trans
formed into well-adjusted con
structive citizens of their new
homeland. Israel.
To further aid youth. Hadassah
conducts a comprehensive voca-
tional education program design-
ed to train young men and wom-
en to take their place in Israel's
expanding economy. It maintains
Solomon Schechter School
By DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
Principal of
Solomon Schechter School
eOLCMON Schechter Day School
** i the jewel in the crown
of Temple Emanu-El's education-
al program. It i^ a dream ful-
lied for our congregation's
. im and p.irpose has always been
; > provide the maximum in re-
ligioUS instruction. Thus we have
evelopod an all-day school, the
lotto of which is "Excellence" in
1 Oth Hebi lie and seculai -Indies.
Now beginning its ninth year
of operation, it is the only day
-ehool in the Southeast Region
f the United State-, based on the
Conservative philosophy of Juda-
ism Its curriculum is geared to
the highest standards of Solomon
Schechter Day Schools through-
out the country and meets all the
requirements of the Dade County
Board of Public Instruction and
the Bureau of Jewish Education
of Dade County.
Certified Teachers
All of the teachers in both
the Hebrew and English Depart-
ments are fully certified and li-
censed and have been selected
for their qualifications and ex-
perience so that they may be able
Continued on Following Page
and operates the Louis D. Bran
deis Workshop for boys and the
Alice L. Selisberg Vocational
High School for girls.
The Hadassah Medical Organ-
ization, based in a "City of Sci-
ence." the Hadassah Hebrew
University Medical Center in
Jerusalem, cares for 17.000 in
patients and 250.000 outpatients
annually. It comprises the Hen
rietta Szold Hadassah School of
Nursing and Residence, the Moth
er and Child Pavilion, the Med-
ical School, the Hebrew Univer-
sity Hada.-sah Dental School
I founded by Alpha Omega), and
a synagogue which houses the
famed stained glass windows cre-
ated by Marc Chagall.
JFK Reception Center
Now under construction at the
Medical Center is the John F.
Kennedy Building, slated for ded-
ication in November. 1966. thai
will serve as a Reception and
Tourist Center.
In the words of the late Pres-
ident Kennedy: "As the world
struggles from the dark ways of
the past and seeks the destiny of
peace in freedom, organizations
like Hadassah will continue to
find a vital place in human af
fairs."
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Friday. September 23. 1966
Jenisti Fhridian
Pagell-A
Miami's Solomon Schechter School
Continued from Preceding Page
to bring to our children the fin-
est possible education. Heading
the staff is Rabbi Arthur S. Hol-
lander, former director of the
Talmud Torah of St. Paul. Minn ,
our temple's education director,
and Mrs. E. J. Berman. principal
of the General Studies Depart-
ment, a local educator who comes
to us from the staff of Miami-
Dade Junior College, after having
participated in every area of edu-
cational work from pre school to
college level.
Our educational program be-
gins with children three, four and
five years of age. at the nursery
and kindergarten preschool level
under the direction of Mrs. Na-
omi B. Brandeis. nursery super-
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
Jewish Women's Federation
By MRS. IRVING LEHRMAN
President
Federation of Jewish Women
ts vie approach the New Year
B727, we of the Federation
jf Jewish Women extend our
larmest good wishes to all our
riends for a New Year of health,
appiness and fulfillment. In
nany respects. Rosh Hashona is
kurely a personal holiday one
|uring which each individual
ew takes stock of himself and
ilyzes his own assets and lia-
ilities as a human being in rela-
|on to his faith and his Ciod.
According to tradition how-
ler, Rosh Hashona has a deeper
i
1MRS. IRVING LEHRMAN
Uficance, for it marks the
Ihdav of the world. In this
Jer context, the holiday em-
si.is man's responsibility to
fellow man the sacred
enge that faces him as a
iher of society and a child
iod.
Renewed Efforts
', of Greater Miami, are in-
fortunate to have the lcad-
lip of our Greater Miami
|sh Federation which, for
a quarter of a century, has
^< tiona spirit for the well-being
ir brothers in this commun-
i in all troubled areas of the
Id. and in the land of Israel,
president of its Women's
Bion, I know I speak for the
|en of our community when
eoge renewed efforts to this
|t work for the coining year,
krough education, comniun-
Jcoordination, leadership de-
Imeat and whole hearted
|tion to the Combined Jew-
appeal, we shall continually
to create a realization of
jrcat goals to which we are
committed
We pledge
unitv
our efforts, our
our loyalty for the
year 57587 and pray that God's
blessings may crown our work.
and
visor, and her staff. The aim at
this level is to inculcate a feel-
ing of identity and a love for
things Jewish.
Graded Program
The program stresses group be-
havior, and culminates in the de
vi lopnunt of good classroom
habits, reading-readiness, number
concepts and an introduction to.
the new math, to prepare the
child for the graded levels of
the school. The graded program
continues through the sixth grade,
and we are looking forward to
the eventual development of a
full-scale program encompassing
all grades to high school level.
The curriculum of the Solomon
Schechter Day School has been
devised to provide our children
with a maximum education. Ex-
perience has shown that our
children's achievements in seen
lar studies are comparable to
upper pcrcentile achievements in
the public schools of the area
The Hebrew curriculum includes
-Iless on Hebrew as a modern
spoken language, as well as Hie

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Our children are thus able to
grow as conscious Jews with an
understanding and appreciation
of their vast cultural and reli-
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Schechter Day School are on a
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where. Lunches are served in our
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who have consistently maintained
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courtesj
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vJenisti ffcridffar t
Fricloy. September 23. 1966
Jews Mourn Verwoerd
Continued from Pa.je 1-A
was not dimmed nor his force
abated."
South Africa's senior Reform
rabbi. Arthur Super, in ;i message
paid tribute t" the slain Premier's
dedication and said that South
r form congregations
were am '. special mourning
sei vices
Edel Horowitz, chairman of the
Soul I; .Mi lean Zionist Federation
pch'^d ihi "grief of South Africa
and conveyed "deepest sympathy
toward Government and. the
widow." His message added thai
"we can only pray that God will
preserve the peoples of this re-
public al this critical time, and
that the peace and democratic
progress of all of us will not be
imperiled bj this evil act."'
". lirst i hysicia i n ach the
emier j a swish
I
. v h scril .:! :he
e
"I si t so-ncbodv ,-.sh to*rd
the Prime Minister nd appear
to lean ovir him. hen realiz-
ed He had been injured. I ru!-*d
oyei *o his bench and founr him
bleeding profuse v from fcjr
c'-e;- A-c.-nds. I tnfl to stop '"-e
bleeding. Crher medical MPs
came 'o Help. We cantinuec un-
til '^t smbwlenoei same bv.-* ry
that rre he had n pulse t
was rrpeiess."
Din '!'-..
report) born ii imbi
par I IK- and
Greel -
Participants at Adath Yeshurun in the High
Holiday services are front row (left to right)
Eabbi Milton Schlinsky, Mrs. Rita Templer.
Mrs. Esteilp Schecter, Vedalyn Neu. Mrs.
Alice Brur.ner, Canter Maurice Neu. Second
row are Mrs. Carol Katz, Mrs. Florette Diaz.
Mrs. Miriam Rubenstein, Mrs. Trudy Russe.
Third row are David Setnor, Leslie Neu,
Gerald Schecter.
Temple Members In Ari1 Exhibit
Vets Report on LBJ Meeting
Continued from Page 1-A
ism has decayed." The delegation
presented to Mr. Johnson a copy of
a resolution adopted recently by
the JWV's national convention en- j
dorsing his Viet Nam policy.
While there might have been
questions on some of the details !
disclosed by the JWV delegation j
or of the President's exact term-
inology, it was assumed that, by
rnd large, Mr. Johnson had been
i erectly interpreted. Many
American Jews found it difficult
Beth David Has
High Enrollment
Beth David Relipious School has
a record registration, especially at
Um south Dade School, 7800 SW
120th St.. the newly-acquired fa-
i
At the South Dade School, there
if- a daily nursery and kindergar-
ten. There are also classes cover-
ing thi first six years of Hebrew
> ..lion, including Bar and Ba*
ih. The S >artmei
p les ed kinder-
garti
- ,
kt the C I then
i ivei
i

niors
to understand why the Pres-
ident should think that support
of his Viet Nam policy was more
incumbent upon the American
Jewish community as an entity
than, say, on the Catholics or
any other religious or ethnic
group of the American popula-
tion.
Viet Nam policy, many argued,
was not a matter that involved the
citizen as a Jew or Catholic, but
as an American citizen and it was.
consequently, hardly an issue on
which the community as such
could take a stand. Israelis were
startled by the President's appar-
ent linking of American policy on
Israel with the political position
of the American Jewish commun-
ity and Israel newspapers asked if
Israel were to be considered a
hostage for the American Jewish
community. Some State Depart-
ment officials, concerned with at-
tempts to secure support in the
Middle East. Africa and elsewhere
for American Viet Nam policy.
questioned the advisability of
identifying the Jews as such in any
as ad' cates of the
\ iet Nam.
ss who sk-
noi i us dei
... Jewish
ion with Viet
ted that effort? to

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impression were created that on
Viet Nam. the Jews, as a group,
were "warhawks." While person-
ally supporting the Johnson pol-
icies, he said, citizens should re-
spond to this issue "as Americans
and individuals not as Jews,
Catholics, Protestants, Negroes or
other hyphenated group categories
of Americans."
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Nineteen members of Temple
Beth Sholom are represented in
he first art exhibits of the season
at the Beth Sholom Art Gallery,
4144 Chase Ave., which officially
opens on Sept. 19. with a recep-
tion from 8 to 10 p.m. hosted by
the temple's sisterhood.
Judges included Nellie Bower.
of the Miami News, and Edna
Chauser, local artist and president
of Artists' Equity.
The following members of Beth
Sholom turned in paintings and
sculptures: Belle Amdur, Lorraine
Bern. Jonas Brotman, Esther Com-
manday. Sylvia Davis, Gae For-
stat. Frances Goldfarb, Rita Gom-
Sandra H i>, V. i
.. nee K inn, Mi i
i j: Gertrude Oka Judj Platt,
Charles Fosner, Edward Resnick,
Bett< nctman, Pise Spector,
Kitt> Su.ne.
The exhibit is open to the public
daily from 2 to 5. on Sundays from
9 to 12, and is also on view Fri-
day evenings after services at
9:3C p.m.
Mr.'. David Drucker and Mrs.
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the Beth Sholom art committee,
which functions under the aegis of
the temple Sisterhood. Mrs. Sey-
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*Jewisli fforidkur.
Page 13- A.
Kol Nidre Friday Evening
Continued from Pj* 6A
iy. -I Pledge to Thee, i) God"
v:;: be the topic of the sermon to
b^ ielivered by Rabbi Alexander
S Gross for the occasion On Sat-
urday morning, beginning at 8
a n the Yizkor observance will
, lclude a talk by Rabbi Gross on
the theme "Building Upon the
Past."
* 0 *
"The Meaning of Atonement"
be discussed by Rabbi David
Iro during services Yom Kip-
Eve at Tempi* Sinai, 1201
ins >n St.. Hollywood, m Fri-
| it 6:30 p.m. Rabbi Shapiro
h : be assisted by Cantor Yehu-
d 1) Heilbraun during the week-
end holiday observance which con-
tinues on Saturday at 10 a.m.
.Memorial services will include a
>ermon on "Yizkor Remember."
Pulpit quests will be I. Abe Dur
bin, president; Robert J. Margolis.
Fred P. Greene and Melvin J. Zol
ler, vice presidents; Charles E.
Conn, treasurer; Norman Platt and
Sam M. Jacobson. secretaries.
*
Tempi* Sinai of North Oade,
18801 NE 22nd Ave. will hold
High Holy Day services at the
North Miami Beach Auditorium.
17011 NE 19th Ave. The Yom
Kippur observance will be conduct
ed by Rabbi Henri Front, director
of the Pennsylvania Region of the
Union of American Hebrew Con-
Israel Adopts Measures
To Aid Sagging Economy

Continued from Paaj VA
stall 'I the eCO its
iminj i.l its near future.
He said that, despite *he na-
:-. s afflucrce and well-being,
!-; despite the fact that exports
->.; risen by scores of millions
collars yearly, the economy
-i been unable to provide
H ijgh productive employment.
Productivity, he stated, has been
;< management has been bad;
i ganizatio-.al methods have
n backward; high spending
-; been indulged '" 3n|V ,0
:-eate impressions; staffs have
:-e-i inflated; the wage demands
3; workers have been m-ch too
- in.
Maybe all of this could have
continued for some years,' >aid the
r "It mit-ht even have in-
ised the popularity of 'he Gov-
nt. But the price we would
1 ,. had to pay later would have
been still hi; her." Since the Gov-
ernment's call upon Israelis for
-'.( restraint have gone unheeded,
he leclared. the Government has
hud to step in and make a num-
ber of decisions as follows: Prices
v. ill be held down rigidly; no new
t ixes will be imposed, except on
increased capital gains; invest-
ments will be encouraged; services
kill be overhauled; expenditures
[w ill be cut drastically.
The Government, warned Mr.
(EshkoL, will take measures to pre-
?nt any tendency toward getting
rch easily. Bank charges will be
luced. Exports will be encour-
Ued by various administrative and
[seal means Many workers, he
lid, will find themselves without
lobs during the transition period
'tween their dismissal from cer-
in services and their placement
jobs in productive enterprises
|Haidships," he warned, "may be
lused to thousands, perhaps to
;ns of thousands."
However, the Prime Minister
included, it is up to all to make
C >:nnion effort to face the situ-
|ion "up to all workers, man-
-merits, services, banks and U
merriment to work together to-
ari stabilizing the economy and
ake it more productive, so that
Jports will increase and addition-
workers can be employed."
The decision was taken by the
labinet after an unusually long
pssion, lasting nine hours. The
rtion followed a decision this
txico Schools' Anniversary
Mexico city ijta) The
Jewish schools here. Yavneh
Tarbut, celebrated their re-
Ictive quarter-century annivcr-
|es here. Both were founded in
Yavneh. which is a religious
i)l. is headed by Zelik Shifman-
ph. as director. The director of
but. which is Zionist and em-
pzas Hebrew studies Is Jacob
ber.
weekend by the Mapam Party,
the left-wing member of the
Government coalition, which had
staunchly opposed the Govern-
ment's program but finally voted
"to fight in the Government, in
Parliament and in Histadrut (the
labor federation backbone of ihe
Government) to eradicate unem-
ployment, stabiliie prices and
distribute the economic burden
equally."
Outright refusal by Mapam to
endorse the program, worked il
by Minister of Finance Pinhas Sa-
pir and backed fully b> Premier
Eshkol. would have meant the
downfall of the existing coalition
Government, The Mapam decision
was adopted by a 52 to 20 vote of
its central committee. The contin-
ued Mapam opposition stemmed
from refusal of the plan's sponsors
to levy a compulsory loan and
higher taxes on higher income
groups, the failure to provide suf-
ficient funds, in Mapam s view, to
cut joblessness, and the failure to
stabilize prices.
gregations, assisted by Cantor Chet
Gale and the Temple Sinai Choir,
accompanied by Hy Fried, temple
organist. Rabbi Front's Kol Nidre
sermon on Friday during 8:15 p.m.
services will be "Hand and
Heart." On Yom Kippur morning,
Saturday, with services starting at
10:15 a.m., "Sin and Silence" will
be discussed by the rabbi. During
children's services at 1:30 p.m..
Rabbi Front has chosen "Gather
ing the Stone" for his talk. After-'
noon services, beginning at 3 p.m.,:
will include Yizkor prayers and a
sermon on "Remembering Life" at
4 p.m.

Weekend sen ices in observance
of Yom Kippur will be held at
Temple Tifere'h Jacob, 951 Fla-
mingo Way. Hialeah, with Rabbi
Maurice Klein officiating assisted
by the temple choir. Kol Nidre at
6:30 p.m., on Friday, will ushei
in the holiday services, continuing
on Saturday morning at 8:30 a.m.,
with Yizkor at n Day of prayers
concludes with mincha at 4 and
N'eilah at 5 p.m.
"At One-ment with <;od' uill be
the subject for Rabbi Henry IV
Wernick's Yom Kippur sermon on
Friday, at 6 p.m., when Temple
Tifereth Israel, 6500 N. Miami
Ave.. ushers in the holidaj week-
end. Morning services on Saturday,
8 a.m., will include a talk on "Love
Dies Not," with Rabbi Wemick
conducting Yizkor Memorial pray
ers at 10:30 am
R ibbi Mawxell Berger and Can-
tor Ben Dickson will officiate at
Kol Nidre services ushering in
Yom Kippur at 5:30 p.m., Friday.
at Temple Zamora, 44 Zamora
Ave Coral Gables. For the occa-
sion. Rabbi Berger has chosen to
talk on "Wnat, When, How and |
Why,' continuing with a sermon
on "The Eyes That Stare at Us"
during 8 a.m. services on Satur-j
day. Yizkor prayers will be said!
at 11 a.m.
* *
Young Israel of Greater Miami,
990 NE 171st St., will hold Friday
services at 5:30 n.m. Rabbi Sherwin
Stauber will officiate and deliver
a sermon on "Vows and Promises
to Our Children.' Yom Kippui ,
morning services at 8 a.m.. on
Saturday, will be followed by Yiz-
kor at 10:30. "Fasting or Feasting"
will be Rabbi Stauber's theme.
*
Spiritual leader of Young Israel
of Miami Beach, 1542 Washington
Ave., Rabbi Naftali Porush, will
officiate at the holiday set
during the coming weekend with
Cantor Morris Fruchter in charge
of the liturgical portions of the
observance. Mincha services on
Friday will be held at 2:30 p.m
with the Kol Nidre evening serv-
ices slated for 5:45. Morning sen
ices at 8 on Saturday will be fol-
lowed by Yizkor and a sermon on
"Can We Tap the Reservoir," con-
ducted by Rabbi Porush. Musaj
services will be rendered by Can-
tor Fruchter, and the Day o;
Atonement will close with Mincha
and Neilah followed by Maariv.
*
Traditional Yom Kippur services
will be ushered in at Fort Lauder-
dale Jewish Center, 547 Fast Oak-
land Park Blvd on Friday at 6:30
p.m. Observance will be held in
the Community Room of the First
Federal. 1601 E. Oakland Par!<
Blvd.. Ft. Lauderdale Rabbi Phili:>
Chaiton will officiate at the week-
end services, and his Kol Nidre
sermon on Friday will be "Repent-
ance Modern Style" Yizkor serv-
ices are slated for Saturday at
11:30 a.m.. with Rabbi Chaiton's
memorial theme to be "Remember-
ing Our Dead Through Our Lives "
IN MEMORIUM
of our Parents
BECKY and ISADORE
HOLLANDER

DORIS and IRVING SCHWAN
IN MEMORIUM
of our Aunt IDA ROSEN,
Uncle HARRY ROSEN and
Uncle GEORGE SILVER

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of 951 BAY DRIVE, MIAMI BEACH
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their many kind acts of sympathy during his recent
bereavement, and regrets that it is not possible for him
to individually thank everyone for the many Condolence
Cards which he has received. His appreciation cannot
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* Jewish ftorkUan
Popicks to Receive New Eshkol Award
At Temple Emanu-EI Dinner Oct. 15
Jack S. Popick has been named
the initial recipient of the Prime
Minister's Award.
The citation was recently Insti-
tuted by Levi Eshkol. Prime Min-
ister of Israel, "to give recognition
in the year of 'Chai" to an Amer-
ican Jewish leader for distinguish-
ed service to the economic devel-
opment in Israel's first 18 years."
JThe award will be presented
ipick at the Temple Emano-EI-
Israel "Chai" Dinner of State on
Saturday evening, Oct. 15 at the
Deauville Hotel, it was announc-
ed by Dr. Irving Lehrman,
spiritual leader of Temple
Emanu-EI.
At this occasion, the Woman of
Valor Award will be presented to
Red Ouster
Seen Retaliatory
Continued from Page 1-A
distributed the "propaganda" on
heaches, on trains-, in cabs, res-
taurants and on the street. Izvestia
cited the propaganda" as includ-
ing Leon Uris' novel about Israel.
"Exodus." Hebrew calendars, post-
card views of Tel Aviv and Israeli
stamps.
Another interpretation of the
Soviet actions against the Israeli
diplomats was that it was also an-
other manifestation of a Soviet
campaign of antagonism against
Israel, in a typical example of
Itussia's alternating and sometimes
.simultaneous expressions of friend-
liness and hostility
An example was the absence of
Soviet Simitri Chuakhin from the
dedication in August of Israel's
new Parliamentary home, which
was attended by representatives
of some 50 overseas Parliaments.
Several weeks before the cer-
emony, the Soviet envoy told
Israel he had been delegated to
represent the Supreme Soviet
at the dedication. He then Itft
for Moscow and returned too
late to attend.
Another example was the treat
ment of Joseph Tekoah, deputy
director general of Israel's For-
eign Ministry, and former Ambas-
sador to the Soviet Union, on a
recent visit to Moscow Contrary
to protocol, the Soviet Foreign
Ministry did not welcome Tekoah
and he could not meet with any
Foreign Ministry official while he
was in Moscow.
Mrs. Popick. who has also been
a leader on behalf of Israel.
In announcing the awards, Dr.
I.chrman said. "I am sure that
every member of our congregation,
as well as the entire community
of Greater Miami, will share with
me the pride and gratification that
i Mr. and Mrs. Popick have been
selected for these honors. Their
service to Israel, the community
and the Temple have richly merit-
ed for them universal esteem."
Popick has served as chairman
of the board of governors of the
Israel Bond Organization of Great-
er Miami, and is a former chair-
man of the executive board.
He is vice president of Temple
Kmanu-Fl. and he has been an
active leader on behalf of numer
ous other civic, philanthropic and
Israeli causes
He is national vice president of
the American Friends of the He-
brew University and president of
its southeastern region and a mem-
! ber of the International Board of
Governors.
He is also a life member of
Brandeis University, as well as
a founder of the Yeshiva Uni-
versity Graduate School of Edu-
cation.
President of Mechanics Uniform
Service. Popick has received na-
tional recognition for his firm's
assistance and employment of the
handicapped.
Dr. Lehrman Will
Host Dignitary
Dr. and Mrs. Irving Lehrman
will host a reception in honor of
Minister of Development and Fin-
ance of the State of Israel Ptnchas
Sapir on Saturday evening, Oct.
1, at their home, 2925 Flamingo
Dr.. Miami Beach.
Among guests at the reception
will be members of the host com-
mittee for the Temple Emanu-El-
[srael "Chai" Dinner of State, set
for Oct. 15
Sapir will be in Miami to partici-
pate in the launching of the newly-
created National Society of Honor-
ees ol Israel, to take place in con-
nection with the initial fall meet
ing of the board of governors of
the Greater Miami Israel Bond
Organization on Sunday morning.
Oct. 2. at the Eden Roc Hotel.
Sapir will be the special guest
of Dr. and Mrs. Lehrman during
his local visit.
during the week... as i see it
Continued from Page 4-A
the fat. At a Sept. 6 meeting of the City Council, where Bramson
offered the referendum proposition as a means of dispelling the
Homeowners Association resentment against his about-face, Mayor
Taylor smiled when the proposition failed, not so strangely, four-
to-one, and gleefully called his colleague "a loser." Apart from the
community's "own good for whatever personal reason the Vice
Mayor had changed his mind, and which he repeatedly denies he has
done, charging that no one "understands," it now seemed vitiated in
the Mayor's unhappy characterization of him.
Mayor Taylor has, incidentally, done more than question both
the emotional stability and sanity of the South Miami Homeowners
Association. A public official with nothing but public service in his
heart and the community's best interest in his mind, he seeks safety
in hope that, if South Miumi residents do not "understand" the new
ordinance, they will, with the help of reporters uninterested in the
facts, also forget what has occurred by the time the next election
for City Council rolls around.
Meanwhile, for mysterious reasons, the South Miami Home-
owners Association is suddenly self-conscious about the makeup of
its membership. It seems someone along the line has referred to the
Association as a "nothing Jew" group. Consequently, officers of
the Association are now scurrying about, urging non-Jews to take
committee chairmanships (In fact, they were sensitive about this
from the very beginning, with classically traditional experience in
questions of anti-Semitism, foreseeing the difficulty even where
only implied.) Somehow, for my own part, I feel not too far removed
from the shame of my university colleague back in 1947, who tried
to avoid my embarrassment by telling me to look elsewhere for an
apartment than in the Gables. In the U.S.A. 1966. we are suddenly
once again required to put on a "good face." In the U.S.A. 1966. being
Jewish is a liability in the City of South Miami, where municipal
government regards taxpaying Jews as less than significant. Ask the
Vice Mayor, who has overnight become an expert on zoning and the
Jewish question.
Friday, September 23. 1966 ,
1 T,
I
Jack S. Popick, of Miami, will be initial recipient of the Prime
Minister's Award, created by Prime Minister of Israel Levi
Eshkol. to give recoqniiion to American Jewish leaders for
service to Israel. Mrs. Popick will be the recipient of the Wom-
an of Valor Award. They are shown here in consultation with
Prime Minister Eshkol prior to the announcement of the award.
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Arthur S. Rosichan. executive
director of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, will leave Miami
on Monday to conduct the Fed-
eration's first animal stud;, tour
of Israel and Europe.
The group of 18. which consists
of young community leaders, will
spend two weeks in Israel. Al-
though a portion of the trip will
be taken up by the sightseeing,
the tour group will also devote
time to viewing the internal struc-
ture, organizations, and forces
which influence the daily lives of
the Israeli people
Items on the agenda include a
stop at a Malhen installation spoil
sored by the Joint Distribution
Committee, which receives funds
from the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal, a meeting with tin- Ministrj
of Social Welfare, and an over-
night stay at a kibbutz
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Friday, September 23, 1966
LEGAL NOTICE
N 'HE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 71882-C
|i l;K. F.-i.n, of
FRANCES IVKCK.
I.....
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'o \il Creditors uml All |
i Halms or i lemnnds Vga nsi
- Id Estate:
Vou lire hereby notified -,1111 re.
. 11.ii to prcsenl .inv claims and de-
mands which you mas have
I 111 estate Ol FRANCES Hij'K lie-
II used late of Dado County, Florida,
1. the County Judge* of hade Count)*,
; nd file the Bame In duplicate and at
lirnvlded in Section 733.16, Florida
f a .'.-. iii their ..iii,. in the i mty
CourthotMi in Dude County, Klorlda
" 1'iin <\ i alendar months from the
lime of the flral publication )
01 i In- sunn- will be li.irri d,
I fated :it M ami. Florida, this 30th
da) of Aiugust, A. I > 1906
Marie a. iiii.ki itx
v- Idmlnlstratiix
First publication of this notl
ilii 'Hi day of s. ptember, 1966.
SHIvVIN, li(K)l>.\l.\.\ i i.....i/.MW
tttorncys for Administratrix
Suite S46j Si \ bold Building
Miami, Florida 33132
_________________________________' ;; .'- ?n
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
vnrKi; is HEREBY oiVEN that
Hi. undersigned, desiring to engugi in
business uiulrr the fictitious name .,f
<' u: A I, SPORTSWEAR, at 130 \ w
21 Street, Miami, Florida, Intend to
register said name with the Clurk of
the circuit Court of Dade Counts
Florida.
"'AX it. Rl'RIA,
FRANCISCO FERNANDEZ and
ADALHEHTo P. MANDRI,
Hole (rwnera.
CUTLER EFRONSON
Attorneys for Applicants
611! AlnelS) Building
Miami. Florida
_^___^______________9 9-|i*,-2:i-3ii
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 72023-A
In RH: Bstati of
HAZEL MITTELMAN BERNSTEIN
Deceaaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i" mi Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing claims or Demands Aguinel Said
Estate:
I'ou arc hereby notified and r<-
''""' t Preaeni .mi claims .iii.l de-
mands which you ma) have against
the estate of HAZEL M1TTBI u \ x
BKRNcnCISI.N, deceaaed late of Dade
'ouiity, Florida, to the Count) Judges
ol Dado t ounty. and fib the same in
u iPlb-aM and as provided in Section
(...Hi. Florida Statutes, In their of-
ricee in the County Courthouse in
i-adi- (ounty. Florida, within si\ cal-
endar niontiis from the time of the
rirat publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
i ','"1,J0.iU Mm'<". Florida, this 26th
or Anigu.-u, A.t). 1966.
BERNARD BERNSTEIN
As Bxecutor
., o n*"'1"' "I"11 of tlila notice on
the -nd day of .September. 1966.
MYERS. K.\1'L\.\ & PORTER
Attorney lor Executor
iir.o 8.W, First Stnet
.Miami. Florida.
9.2-9-m-23
* Mnisfi fhrURam
Page 15-A
BY HENRY LEONARD
YOM
KIPPUR
SERVICE
LEGAL NOTICE
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION

IN
And this Yom Kippur I'm going to ask the Lord
to forgive me for any sins of lust or passion I
may have committed the past year."
Copr. 1966. Doyfnw '.oJ.rio-i
THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA .
Tl I \ I.!. T< Will >.\l THESE I'ltKS-
KNT.N SHALL COME, GREETINGS
Whereas, HAHOI.il 2INN,
Klorldn. ItA RT l.. dli-'N, Miami
Florida: KUZAHICTH H. McKBE-
ll.W. Miami, Florida, d.....n the Hid
la) "i Xovi mbor, A.l I. 1969 pause In
1 be iici.i poi ated under the Inn n ..f
| tin- State ..i Florida TAFT STREET
SHOPPING CENTER, INC, .1 corn-
oral rin, with iis iirlncipnl pi..... ol
bUHlm ss .11 Miami. 1 >ade County, In
he State of Florida, and whereas
"''eh cori.....ition did on the Ji...... i
..1 September, \ I), 1966, rause to lie
filed in 'In- 1.11 Ice ..I tin Sec let al y
of State of the St.-......f Florin
documentary authorlt) required under
Section 60N.27, Florida Ktatutes, snow-
ing 1 be dissolution of such coriaira
Hull.
Now, therefore, the Recretarj
State does hi 11 b) ci rtlf) to the fi .
going ami that hi Is satisfied thai thi
requiri ments ( the law have ii n
comjilled with.
I WITNESS WHEREOF, I havei
t my hand and haw af-
1 eal Seal of Hi.- state ..f .
Tallahassee, the Capital,
cornl day of s, ptembei.
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hereunto s
fixed the '
Florida, al
this the 1
A.L). 1166.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 9463
NOTICE OF SUIT
THE l 1.1.1 AMSBFHGH
SAVIMiS H \NK,
i'lulntlff.
TOM ADAMS
Secretary of State
: 9-11
LEGAL NOTICE
1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 72130-C
In RE; Estate -.f
CHARLEK SONNENHCHBIN, a k .1
CHARLES SUNSHINE,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
Ton an hereby notified ami rt -
quired to present an> claims and de-
mands ".hirh you may have against
the estate of CHARLES BONN EN-
KCHEIN, a k a CHARLBS SI'N-
SHINE, deceased late of Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, to the. County Judges of
I'ad. 1"......ty, and file Hie sain.- in
duplicate and as provided In Section
733.16, Florida, Statutes, in [hob* of-
fice* In the '"ounty Courthouse in
Dade County, Plerida* within sii eal-
endar months from the linn: of the
first publication hereof, or the same
\iill be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 7th
day of September, A.D. 1966
VHTTORIA SONNKNSCHEIN
As Executrix
First publication of this notlo
the liith day of BSMsmttsjr, 19(l(i.
ZEMEL, KAVFMAN a ZEMEL
Attorneys fur BSxecutrlx
4J0 Lincoln K-i.wi
Miami Beach. 1-lorida MISS
9/16-23-30 10
.11
I.M.,
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO APPLY FOR
CHANCE OF NAME
^ .. Chanry No. 66C80S9
TO WHOM IT .MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that the
vindertugncd I'etiili.ner, 1IYMA.N cii-
JBN, whose residence address is ISM
.IniKree Drive, in the City of Miami
ear*, Uede County. Florida, inivnds
apply to one of the Judges of the
w-nth Judicial Circuit in ami tor
ade cotiniy. at bis offtee in the
tint) Cmt House at 11:00 o'clock,
on- the 4th day of ivtober,
1, or as soon thereafter as he may
'";" f;''v*'" '"'' r changing his
JJS from HTMAN COHEN to I1KK-
Sal! th.-r.-afi.-i- l>. known.
fry of 5na*' 66m1, Kl'"'i'l;'' ",is :sih
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
__ ,, No. 72038A
mill-.: Est.it,. (
SEPH KAI.ATO,
ceased.
I miI,!OT,,CE TO CREDITORS
I-Xl. r.....l< rs and All I'ersons llav-
1 minis or Iii
latu:
nwii as
anils Against Said
ii are
d to in
ids wtu
hi
'I'.v notified and r.--
ent any claims ami de-
ii you ma) have aauinst
'ate ..I JOSEPH KAI.ATA, also
a* JOSEPH In Al.An 1, de-
late of I lad.- County, Florida,
le county Judges of Hade County.
rn.. th.. same in duplicate and as
1 Section T33.16, Florida
lutes in Hi. ir offlcas in the Ci.iui-
courthi.us. in Dade County, Flor-
I within six calendar monthii from
lime of the first imi,ilc.,tI,,,, |.,e.
the same uiii be barred.
I,,)d *' Miami, Florida, this 3uth
lot August, AH. I960.
JOSEPH \ K"A I,ATA
J.S Administrator
PSbllcatlon of Oils notice
day of September, I9M,
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PICB is HEREBY QIVEN that
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with the ci.-rk of the Circuit
if Dade County, Florida.
ELECTRONICS COMPANY
.'IN RL'DICH, Vice President
9/16-23-30 10/7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 8714
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
LOWEFJ, THOMAS- SOWDER.
Plaintiff,
vs.
8ANDRA IJ-JE SOWDER,
1 ?efetidant.
TO: SANDRA LEE SOWDB71
Residence l*nkno\m
You. SANDRA l.KK SOWDER, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you ami you are required to
-.iv. .1 copy of jour Answer or I'l.ad-
in to the Hill of Complaint on tlic
Plaintiff's Attorney, PA PL KWIT-
NET, ESQ., 1211 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office ..f
the C|, rk of tb, Circuit Court on or
before the llili day of October, 1966,
If you fail to do mi. judgment i>\ de-
fault will lie taken against ....! for
the relief demanded in th.- Rill of
< 'oillldaint.
This notice shall be published onci
a.li week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN,
IX'NI-; AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 7lli day of SeiitemlM ,
A.l>. 1966.
B. II i.i:ai'iii:i:\i \x, d, rk,
Circuit Court, DadeCountv, Florida
'S. all By c. p. I-, IPBLAND
1 >.-|ii!y 'li-rk
PAUL KWITNEY, ESQITRB
120 l.ii.....In Road
Miami Reach, PfbrldS
1 9-16- -' 10
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
No. 66C-92T9
DBLORES Tllili,
Plaintiff
vs.
HOWARD TIHD.
Pefenflant
To: IIOWAItH TIDD
1603 cleirlaki Road
Cocoa, Florida
Vou. HtrtVARI) T1I>I>
notified that a Rill of c
Dfrorce has been filed
and you an- required to
of your Answer or Pleading to ih
Hill of Ctemplalat on the Plaintiffs
attorney. NHAL .1. I'l'NX. nil Am-
loy Hulidinr, Miami. Florida, and
file the orluinal Answer or Pleading
In the offl......f the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court mi or Before th. 1 llli day
of October, 1966. If you fall to do so,
Judgment by default "ill bi taken
against vou for the relief demanded
In the Mill f Complaint
This notice shall be published once
each eik for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
D-H-N-B ami iiKHFItKO at Miami,
Florida, tins Ith day of September,
AD. lsilC.
E, P. LBATHERMAN, Cleric,
Circuit Court, Unde County. Florida
(Seal) B) : C. P COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
9/9-16-23-30
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATFon
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 9672
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
M MM \ AY PA,
Plaintiff,
vs.
LUIS AYItA,
I -efcinlaut.
TO: LUIS AYItA
Pit; Southern Roulevard
Apartment ti-F.
The l:ron.\. Ni w York
You. i.ns AYItA. are herebv noti-
I fied that a Pill of Complaint for id-
vorce lias been filed against you, and
you an required to serve a copy of
your Answer or Pleading to the" Hill
of Complaint on the plaintiff's At-
torneys, GOLDMAN, GOLDSTEIN
* PACZIBR, M01 West Fbucler Street,
Mi.uiii. Florida 3(136, and file the
Original Answer or Pleading in the
office of tin Clerk of the circuit Court
on or before the 17th day of October,
i960, if you fail to do bo, Judgment
by default will be taken against you
for the relief demanded in the Hill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDEItk'D at Miami,
Florida, this 9th day of September,
A.D. 1966.
K. B 1-KATHF.KiIAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade Countv. Florida
I8eaU By C. P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
GOLDMAN. GOLDSTEIN &
PACZIER
Attorneys for Plaintiff
2401 West Flakier Street
Miami. Florida :1313D
____ g/ie-^a-ao 10
\ x D
his wife
el-ra. 1
srsey
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 6681
NOTICE OF SUIT
THE WILLIAMSBL'ROH
SAVINGS RANK
Plaintiff,
\ s.
LEWIS B. BRAKERILL, HR. and
DOROTHEA 0. BRAKEBILL,
his wife, el al
Defendants.
TO 1'II1 l.ll* OWEN
BETTY OWEN
I...... Hertrum 1
Union, New .1
You are herebj notified that the
aiiov, captloned action has been insti-
tuted against you In the Circuit Court
ol the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of
Florida in ami for Dade C......ty to
foreclose ., mortgage upon the follow-
ing described real property:
Lot il', Block M, FlltST ADDI-
I ION To CAROL CITY, ac.....d-
Ing to the Plat thereof, 1......rded
in Piaj Book 60 at Pace i. ol
the Public Records of Dade
("ounty, Florida.
You are required to file a responsive
pleading to plaintiff's complaint with
the ('ink of the aforesaid court, and
serve a copy thereof upon plaintiffs
attorney, MARTIN FINK, Dad,. Fed-
eral Building, .Miami, Florida 33131
'"" l:""' "I-.......tolr 4th, Hill',, or a
Decree Pro Confesso will be entered
against you.
DATED August 21. 19h*6.
K. B, LBATHERMAN, clerk
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By C. P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
MARTIN FINE
Dade Federal Building
Miami, Florida, 33131
9^2-9-16-23
ni
JR., I
Resldi 1 -.
I: M.I'll R. EMBODY IR
GAIL EM la IDY, his wife,
I'. i.-ndaiits.
TO: K.M.I'll It. EMBODY
GAIL EMBODY, his wife,
unknown, and if reinarrii-d, their
known spoil.- s, it living, and if di ul,
their unknown loirs, devisees, lean-
tees, grantees, assignees, lienora,
trustees, creditors ..1 other claimants
I claiiiiuiK by, through, under or against
an) of ih. above named defendants
who are dec< aaed.
You are hereby notified thai the
above captloned action has been Insli-
mtoil against you in the Circuit Court
of the Eleventh Judicial circuit ..f
Florida in and for Bade County to>
foreclose a mortgage upon the fol-
lowing described real property:
Lot 3 in Illo.-k :.:.. SOUTH MIAMI
HEIGHTS MANOR, ac.....ding to
tile Plat thereof, recorded In Plat
Book 68, ..t Page >. ol the Public
Ri curds of Dade County, Flor..,.
You are required to fib a responsive
pleading m plaintiff's complaint nitb
thi Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and
servo a cop) thereof m on plaintiffs
attnrnc) VI Mrnx FINE, Dade Fi
oral II lildlng, Miami. Florida 33131,
not later than October i", 1966, ..r a
1 ci Pro Confesso will be nit. 1 d
agalnsi you.
DATED: Si ptember 1, 1966
E, U. LBATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit 1 lourt
By K. M. I.YMA.N
' puty Clerk
MARTIN FINE
Dadi Federal Building
Miami, Florida 33131
'.< 9-16-13 ,9
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT
COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN
DISTRICT OF FLORIDA, ClVIt
No. 66-958 Civ. TC
COMPLAINT IN A CIVIL
MARITIME ACTION
JP.No BEACH CORPORA TON,
a Florida corporation.
Plaintiff
\ s.
FREIGHTER AMARYLLIS, her
engines, bulli 1 -. freight, etc.,
MCiNTl 'SII s 11:A MSI IIP s A.,
u Panamanian corporation,
A M M: YI.I.IS STEAMSHIP CO.,
1 .Ti' .1 I'anumanlan corisnii lion,
I i.i'i ndanis.
NOTICE: 1 have arrested the
going \ess.-l ami appurtenances
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 71973-A
In RB: Estate of
SAILMI BIVB CZECH
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 71986 C
In RE: Estati of
VICTOR 11. GOODMAN,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ro ah Creditors and All Persons
I !"V'.'r ''-*"" "r Demands Against
1 Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present an) claims and de-
mands hi.-h you may have against
I the estate of VICTOR B. Got>l>M\M
deceaaed late of Dadi County, Flor-
, ida, to tin. County Judges of Dado
' ounty, and file tho sunie in dupli-
1 'omplalnt
and mill II 10.
:.. 120.1
cause heard
fill
for duni
I "l oe. ss
mi the 1
I Inusi
. Btl .1
. lalm:
on Mi. I.'lh day of Sepl
al the I'nlted States
. Miami. Florida, and .1I1
must appear and fil
for,.,
upon
ails.-. i\ il
:es amounting
turnable, nnd
penlng of said
mber,
. 'ourl
Inti r-
Itti n
are hereby
'omplaint for
against you,
arve a eotsy
nswer or other defense, in
on, or b> Attorney, or d< fa ill
mid .....idemnatlon will be ordered,
DATED at Miami. Dad.. County.
Florida, this 7:ii day of September,
Isi'ti.
Ol Y W I MX 1 IX
I nit. .I Sat. s Marshal
Southern I >i*trlcl of Florida
\ M!i IN M K v NNER
Attorney f..r Plaintiff
94 cit) National Bank Building
.Miami. 1 lorlda
: 16-23. '.a I" 7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 72089-A
fn TIE: Estate of
HELEN PARK VS
p. ream d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Fred I tors ami Ml Persons
HavinK Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You are herehy
notified and
any elainis
ill Mad.- 1 *OUII-
alendar months
fit-si publlcn-
.-.1111. will I,.
1 hi 1 'ount) 1 'oiin lious
ty, Elm id.1. u ii I,in >i\
from the tii.....I th
lion hereof, or the
burn .1
Hated ai Miami, Florida, this 23rd
day of August, \ D, 1966
Ml\MI REACH
FIRST NATION M. PANE
MARGARET WELLS IHIBBINS
\^^i-'.ini Trusi ofl .-. r
P.KX.I \.\IIX ELLIOTT S1VR
As 1'..- Executors 1 St..
pnhli. 11 ion ,.f 1 Ida noli, ,
the 2nd da) ol Si ia, mi., ,. 1 ,,:,;.
AARON M. KANNER
aiii.i 111 v for i-A........is
'mi fit) National Bank Rldjr.
Mb....., Florida
9 I : 16 2.1
B)
Fi.
la) of September, 1966,
SIMON, 11 VYS ,v GRUNDWERQ
Attorney for Eatati
0I Vlnsle) Building
Miami. Florida
_^^^^ 9 9-16-23 a)
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
[In u di 1 ilgm .1. u ng il.- .1
business under the fictitious nami ,.f
NORTH MIWII BBACH EMPLOY-
MENT. .11 2209 XI-:. 16.1 Street, Ni 1
Miami Hi.,, h. Florida, Intends to 1
isti 1 -aid name with thi 1 "h rk ..f ha
Court of Dade County, Flor-
ida.
II OOCLDEN
Sble 1 n\ m r
9-16-23 10
rc-
.11.d
quired to pn sent
demands uhi.h you may ha\e against
the estate ol HELEN FAKKAS. de-
ceased late ul I Mile County, Florida.
to the ('ounty Jsdftes of Dada County,
and fib- thi- same In duplicate tnd us
provided In Section 73::. tG. Florida
Statuti-s. 111 their offices in the C.uiii-
t) Courthousi in Dadi- County, Plor-
Ida, within i\ calendar months front
the iim. of he :'n -' puhlii al on hi ri-
ot*, or t be -1 n w ill he bai red
Dated al .Miami. Florida, 'his
...... ..1 >. ptembi r, A.D 1966.
IIAHl l.l 1 M FAItKAS
\- Executor
First publli .: ion of ilii- nticS
th. nth day ..1 September, 1966.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Executor
1111 Alnsli > B illdlng
9,9-16-23-30
1st
Oil
Cert. IS
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPOR-ic DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO UII'iM THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME, -GREETINGS:
H'h.-r.as. i/ii is kip/.. JR., Jack-
sonville, Florida: M. S WIGGINS,
.laeksoiiviii... Florida; CTiARK W '
toi ii.k. jit.. Jacksonville, Florida,
did on the 11th day of January, A.D.
ii:i cause to i" Incorporated under
Hie laws ,,r ,h.. state of Florida
BANANA TERMINALS, INC., a corp-
oration, With its principal place Of
business-at Jacksonville, Duval coun-
ty, in the stat. of Florida, and where-
as such corporation did on the 2nd
dny of September, AD. 1166, cause
to be filed In the office of the Secre-
tary of Mai,. ,,f the siut,. ,,f Florida.
the documentary authority required
under Section 608.37, Florida Statute*
showing the dissolution ..1 such .orp-
in atioii.
Now, ih. refore, the Secretary of
s'-"" 'I..... In ia 1.\ cert h*-1 to the fore-
1
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
ai 1 -in .1 1 hat the
law hair I,. 11
Jhg ami lhal
requirements of th.
compiled with.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 1 have
hereunto *,.t my hand and have al
fiMd ih- Great Seal of the state ,,f
Honda, ai Tallahassei the Capital.
second day of September,
A.D. 1961
TOM ADAMS
Secretary ,,f Stats
*,9-16-23-30
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
I" M.I. TO Wllo.M I'IIF.sf. PRES-
ENTS SHALL i*HMK, GREETINGS:
WHEREAS, SAM PEL W, SHA-
PIRO, Miami, Florida, EVELYN
CONRAD, Miami. Florida: HETTY
M. O'CONNOR, Miami. Florida, did
011 Hi.- 10th day of April. A.D. Is.;.',
cans., (o be Incorporated under th.
laws of the state of Florida sni'iii-
I'L^s"'1' BANANA DISTRIBUTORS,
INC., 1......-poration. with its principal
Place of business at Miami. Da.to
County. In the State of Florida, and
whereas such corporation did on urn
ad day of September, A.D. 1966,
cause to i. riled in ilm office of the
secretary of State of ihe si. of
clorida. ih.- documentari authority
required under Section 608.27, Flor-
ida siaint.-s. showing the dissolution
or such corporation.
Now, ih. refore, the Si en lai 1 ..f
stati does herebj certify to tin
going and thai he is satlnfli .1 Ihs
''"''"",.....,"*- of the last have bi. a
compiled with
IN WITNESS W HEREOF, 1 hava
llet-eiinio s, mj ,,.,,! .,,, baV(
iimiI thi ci.at Seal ..1 ih, stati of
Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital,
......""d day of s*i ptembi r,
1968.
TOM ADAMS
>.. i-stan of Stats
9/9-16-23-JO
tins
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Mrs. Arthur (Sophia) Lee, president of the Department of Flor-
ida. Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary of the U.S.A., is shown
with Martha Raye at the recent JWV convention in Atlantic
City, N.J.. where the actress was honored as Woman of the
Year. Mrs. Lee and Miss Raye, a lonqtime resident here,
compared Miami Beach notes and expressed areat sentiment
at the JWVA tribute to her. She will be leaving for Viet Nam
soon and asked Mrs. Lee for the names of Miami servicemen
now with American troops there. Miss Raye promised to look
them up and talk to them "no matter where they are." Mrs.
Max Kern was elected national conductress at the convention.
by ISABEL GROVE
The long gowns and cocktail
Iresses with matching accessories
are primly hanging in closets.
the tuxedos have been pressed,
and excitement is mounting as
the Temple Judea Sunday night
Dedication Ball draws nigh .
To be held in the handsome so-
cial hall of the congregation's
new home at 5500 Granada Blvd..
the. gala will begin with a cock-
tail reception around sixish .
Hostesses for the brilliant affair
include the Mesdamcs Meyer
Florence) Baskin. Julius (Mar
thai Bearman, Max (Sylvia) Deak-
ter, Herbert (Dorothy) Gelern-
ter. Milton (Cheryl) Goldberg.
Philip (Sarah) Gotlieb, Melvin
/.(Idai Harrison. Richard (Sonyai
Horwich, Albert (Edna) Jacob
son, Leonard (Barbara) Kalish,
Morn.- (Lenorel Kipper. Joseph
Phyllis) Krefetz, Moe (Doris)
Langer, Sidney (Irene) Langer,
Lei Sally) Lebow, Marvin (Jan-
eyj Levin, David (Tina) Pullman.
Victor (Ann) Reiter, Sol (Rose)
Rovin, living (Ruth) Schwartz.
Manuel (Miriam) Serkin. Maurice
Sylvia) Waldorf. Sam (Mildred)
-Veissel, and Fred (Billie) Wit
Koff Festivities will open
with a Founders Grand March
leading to the first dance, a
''. of course Chairman
'1 Ih<- Ball is Victor Reiter. tem-
' ice president.
* *
State Rep. l.ouis and Lynn
Wolfson are back in town afti r
Ing several weeks at their
ner home in Asheville, N.C.
ormer Miamian Ken Kupper,
' i ocation is proi toting sev-
eral national products, anil has
song-writing for his avo-
in town for a brief visit
' his parents, the I. It. Kup-
of Shore Lane The
lulls resident manages
' trek back to Florida
" four times a year, and
e 'In lie concent rates on
ling time with friends, not
1 a sun-tan Feels he
n't improve on the genuine
thing brought from Palm Springs.
e *
Alan Medof has taken his Bach
elor of Arts degree, which he
earned at the University of Flor
ida. and put it toward a degree
in law at the American Univer-
sity, Washington College of Law
in Washington, D.C. The
young man bent on a profession-
al career is the son of Mrs. Max
Feldman. of Miami Beach, and
the late Morris Medof.
Roz (Mrs Ainslce R.) Ferdie
is already planning what she will
wear at the testimonial banquet
being planned for her attorney
husband on Nov. 20 The af-
fair at the Dupont Plaza Hotel
is being sponsored by the Mur-
ray Solomon Post of Coral (ia
bles, Jewish War Veterans .
Ainslee. who is a past command
er of the post, is now a member
of JWV national policy and exec-
utive committees .
Already clutching an honorary
plaque is I-eonard Zilbert who
was cited by the Miami Beach
.Moose I.odge at a dinner on
Wednesday Miami Beach
Mayor Elliot! Roosevelt made
the presentation to Zilbert. one
of the lodge's charter members.
for "his many contributions to
the organization."
*
Mr. and Mrs Siginund Schwartz
have returned from an extended
tour of Europe and Israel .
Proprietor of the American-
Israeli Religious Store, highlight
of the trip for Schwartz was con-
tracting to import Israel; esrogim
for distribution through his Mi-
ami Beach emporium.

All grandparents for the first
time, Mrs. Morris Skor and the
.lack Perdies have returned from
Huntsviile, Ala., where they had
their first glimpse of precious
Moreen Ann Ferdie The little
princess, who weighed in a:
8 lbs. on Aug. 28. is the pride
and joy of Diane and Ronald
Ferdie.
L
w
oman
: ai/c-ic/
"eJewisli Floriditan
Miami, Florida, Friday, September 23, 1966
bee:."-- -
Mrs. Lehman to Head '67 Drive
Mrs. Jean C. (Frances) Lehman,
of Miami Beach, has been named
campaign chairman of the Wom-
en's Division for the 1967 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal Campaign.
Her appointment was announc-
ed by Milton Weiss, overall chair-
man of the 1967 CIA drive. Weiss.
a Miami Beach attorney, is pres-
ident of the Miami Beach Federal
Savings and Loan Association.
"Mrs Lehman carries the lamp
of experience to her post." said
Weiss. "Her accomplishments as
Women's Division chairman for
last year's campaign, and her in-
vigorating enthusiasm for the
forthcoming campaign, are note-
worthy indications of success for
1967.
"With Mrs I^hman's devotion
and drive lighting the way. the
C.IA Women's Division campaign
is certain to triumph."
MM. 11AH C. LIHMAN
A resident here since 1939. Mr-.
Lehman has served on the execu-
tive committee, budget commit-
tee, and board of governors of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
She is a past president ol the
Federation of Jewish Women's
Organizations and past president
of the Greater Miami Section of
the National Council 'if Jewish
Women.
Last year she served as
responding secretary of the South-
ern interstate region of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
and chaplain of the N( JW Greater
Miami Section.
Mrs Lehman is on the board of
directors of the Cancer league of
Miami Beach, a board member of
the Jewish Family and Children's
Service, a Federation agency, in
Who's Who of American Women,
Continued on Page 2-B
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+Jcnist fl'irilMmn
Friday. September 23,19J
Mrs. Lehman to Head "67 Campaign
f
Presidents Indoctrination Course held here Rosenberg. Southgate president; Joseph Ep-
for Miami Beach Cnapter of Hadassah shows stein, Bay Harbor president; Meyer Schnei-
seated (left to right) Mesdames Henrietta der, Kadimah president; Harold Melnick,
Fine, Emma Lazarus delegate; Joseph Sha- chairman of arrangements; Betty Feuer, co-
piro, past president of chapter; Samuel Z. chairman, arrangements; Alex Dellerson,
Sakrais, past president of chapter and leader president, Stephen S. Wise Group; Sylvia
of the course; Aviva Israel, Miss Israel of Kurland, president, Hanna Senesch Group;
1966, guest; Henry B. Wernick, president of Emanuel Mentz. president, Morton Towers
chapter; Sol Greenberg, president, Henrietta Group; and Hattie Safir, president, Esther
Szold Group; Joseph Meyer, Israeli Group. Group.
Standing (left to right) are Mesdames Joseph
Peace in Viet Nam
Topic at AJCong
Installation Here
Rev. John Papandrew. Florida
State chairman of the American
Civil Liberties Union, and minister
of the First Unitarian Church,
talked on "Peace in Viet Nam
When?" at the installation lunch-
eon of the South Florida Women's
Division. American Jewish Con-
gress on Tuesday noon at the Sea
Isle Hotel.
Rev. Papandrew is a graduate
of the University of New Hamp-
shire and of the School of Divinity
at Harvard.
Chairman of the day was Mrs.
Harvey Kramer past president.
Women's Division, American Jew-
ish Congress. Mrs. Irving B. Kap-
lan was installed as president of
the Women's Division, with offi-
cers and board members of Louise
Wise, Justine, North Dade Elean-
or Roosevelt and Miami Coral
Gables Chapters.
Rabbi Leon Kronish, national
vice president, and president of
the South Florida Council, was
installing officer.
Sisterhood Offers
New Year Card
Dora Stein Sisterhood will hecin
its new season with a general
meetinc Tuesday, 8 n.m.. in the
Social Hall. Mrs. Philip Richman.
newly-installed Sisterhood pres-
ident, will conduct the meeting.
Mrs. Avrom Drazin. program
chairman, will introduce a Na-
tional Women's League script,
"The Talking New Year Card."
Seiderman Talks
On Anti-Semitism
Children's Choir
Presents 'Fiddler1
The Temple Menorah Children's
Choir presented "Fiddler on the
Roof at the evening meeting of
the Sisterhood on Wednesday.
The musical was directed by
Miss Dahlia AbramowitZ, with nar-
ration by Gary Shapiro.
Mrs. Edward Schuman is Sister-
howl president.
TIKI STERN
Beachite Enters
Stern College
Miami Beach Councilman Paul
Seiderman was guest speaker at
the first meeting of B'nai B'rith
Women of Coral Gables on Tues-
day evening at Hillel House. Men's
Lodge members joined the chapter
for the program.
A chairman of the board of
trustees, Florida Regional Board
of the Anti Defamation league of
B'nai B'rith, Seiderman is a mem-
Miami Beach resident Tiki Stern ^r of the ADL National Commis-
is one of 165 freshmen entering: sjon
Stern College for Women of Ye- j
shiva University this fall. FVfift? 0"T"crsda-v *vpn,n8
was "Christian Beliefs and Anti-
Daughter of Rabbi and Mrs. Ti- Semitism. and the University of
bor Stem, 3606 Flamingo Dr.. she California Research Study into the
is a graduate of Miami Beach Causes of Anti-Semitism."
High and plans to major in his- Mrs. David Sachs is chapter
tory. '. program chairman. M. J. Finegold
Rabbi Stern is spiritual leader serves the lodge in the same ca-
of Jacob C. Cohen Community Pacity.
Synagogue in Miami Beach.
Continued from Page IB
a past president of the Miami
Beach High School Parent Teach
ers Association, and an officer of
tin .Mount Sinai Hospital Auxil-
iary.
A featured columnist in The
Jewish Floridian. she holds a
Bachelor of Education degree from
Akron University. She is a past
president of the Alpha Epsilon
Phi Sorority Association, and is
on the national board of the sor-
ority.
The Combined Jewish Appeal
serves more than 50 agencies local
ly, nationally, and overseas. The
Gables Senior
Wins Top Award
Maxim- Kasselman. 17. a senior
at Coral Gables Senior High, and
editor of the school newspaper,
High Lights, has received a merit
award from the
Dairy Council
of South Flor
ida.
Daughter of
Mr. and Mrs.
Ken Kasselman.
1124 Andora
A v e ., Coral
Gables, last year
she received
t h e Outstand-
ing Student
Council mem-
ber award for
Student Council
Maxine
her work as
senator.
At Florida Girls' State, she was
elected a justice of the Supreme
Court. She is vice president of
Dade County Student Traffic Safe-
ty Council, active in Junior Clasv
ical League, Social Studies Honor
Society. Dade County Youth Coun-
cil and various other organizations.
She is described as "truly out-
standing." She attends Temple
Beth Am.
Dairy Council nas a continuing
program to honor meritorious
young people in Dade County.
Nominations can be sent to Agnes
Edwards, 1001 NW 7th St.. Miami
Pythians Meet
Monday on Beach
Regular meeting of the George
Gershwin Knights of Pythias Ix>dge
196 was held Monday evening at
the Surfside Community Center.
Following a business session
conducted by Chancellor Com-
mander Dr. Jack Heath, vocal
selections by Steven Haas were
presented
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Friday, September 23, 1966
*Jewist Meridian
Page 3-B
Shoiri Division of National Council of Jewish
Women welcomed 80 new members to its
ranks; at its annual membership party at
Westview Country Club. Feature presentation
was a.-, original skit entitled "Council's Comic
Cape.-; directed by Mrs. Irwin Lomcm and
starring front row (left to right) Batman, Mrs.
David Kramer; Robin, Mrs. Jules Cohen; Cap-
ers C _:ies. Mesdames David Rich, Michael
Pascal and Elaine Fhchman. Back row are
Daisy Mae, Mrs. Donald Broudy; Popeye,
Mrs. Jack Kratish; Mayor Juliet Jones, Mrs.
Philip Bloom; Brenda Starr, Mrs. Larry Kass-
man; Tarzan's Jane, Mrs. Bernard Epworth;
Little Orphan Annie. Mrs. Gordon Engel;
Char'ie Brown. Mrs. Harold Cohen; and Linus,
Mrs. Marvin Haven.
Ch. 2 Women
Schedule Coffees
WOnien for Channel Two will
hold ;i series i coffees to interest
new members during the coming
ix weeks.
Local television celebrities who
appear <>n WTHS-TV will be guests
;.i the coffees.
In-l in the series will be on
Monday, io a.m., at the home oi
Mis. Tied Sheldon. 9817 Baj I'
Surfside, with Mis Norman Stam
ler as co-hostess Guest celebrity
will be Howard Walton, who ap
pears on ('hanncl Two as hosl Ol
the program, "To Your Health."
(H tober coffees will be held in
South Miami. Miami Beach, I oral
Gables and Miami Springs Among
loeal personalities now scheduled
lo appear are Alec Gibson, TV
hosi for the Family Camping pro
gram: Arnold Warren, hosl ol
Chef's Delight; and Dr. August
Freundlich, director of the Joe
and Emily Lowe Art Gallerj of
the University of Miami.
B'nai Sholom Holiday Dane*
A Norn Kippur dance on Satur-
day evening will he sponsored by
Temple B'nai Sholom. KiSOO NW
22nd Ave
fi<

Women Receive
Top UF Awards
At Fashion Show
Tin I nited Fund Wednesday
presented Silver Torch Awards
to eight Dade County women for
outstanding community service
perfoi med during 1965.
The awards were presented be
fore more than 51)0 women attend
inu the Silver Torch Award Fash-
Ion Shi in the Grand Ballroom
,,i' tbx mtainebleau Hotel.
Mrs E rney B. Stafford, of Coral
Cables, won the award for all
around community and civic ac-
(l\ 111! '
1 Runnerup for the Silver Torch
award was Mrs. Norman Sutton,
of Coulds. who was nominated bj
the Homestead Women's Club.
The United Fund aLo presented
six Regional Awards lo women
representing si\ geographical areas
of the COnty The awards were
pre* led t" the team members
who gavi the most all around vol
unteei service to United Fund in
1965
Winners and the Division Areas
thej sent are:
Coral Cable- Mrs. James
i Chimerakis, 41!' Catalonia \v,'
i .ii ,il Cables:
Miami Central Mrs. Lucille
Townsend, 1866 sw 3rd St., Miami;
South Dad. Mrs. Carolyn
\ I cock, U700 sw 55th Ter
Miami Beach Mrs. Jennie
Rampell, ttJiia Emerson Ave.. Surf-
side;
West Dade Mrs. Robert
I ..,.. 23M NW L91st Ter.. Opa
locka; and
North Dade Miss Kay
Helnen, L798 NE 188th St.. No.
( Miami Beach.
The luncheon included a talk
bj Jay 1. Kislak. chairman of tin
board of J. I. Kislak Mortgage
(dip. of Florida. Mrs. James 1.
Keller Jr., chairman of United
Fund's Unit R for the 1966 cam
paign, presided over the program.
Burdinf!, presented a collection
of Paris and American original
designs, The luncheon was spon-
sored by Florida Power & Light
Company.
Courshon is Appointed
Art Inn- II. Courshon. chairman
of the board of Washington Fed
era] Savings and Loan Association
of Miami Beach, has been ap-
pointed to the Development Com-1
mittee of the International Union,
of Building Societies and Savings
Associations.
Sisterhood Meets
At New Judea
Members of Temple Judea Sis-
terhood will honor the wives of
new members in the social hall of
I he new temple at 5500 Granada
Blvd.. on Tuesday at 10 a.m. Over
70 guests have been invited.
Sisterhood president is Mrs.
Manuel Serkin Vice president is
Mrs Richard Horwich. and chair-
man for the affair is Mrs. Sam
Nedelman.
Solomon Will
Moderate Panel
Assistant States Attorney liar
old Solomon will serve as moder-
ator for a panel symposium on
What Makes Sammy Tick?" at a
meeting of Dade County Council
of Parent Teacher Associations on
Wednesday. Sept. 28 10 a.m.. at
Miami Beach Senior Hifjh School.
Purpose of the program, accord
ing to Mrs, Florence Cittadino.
principal of Olympic) Heights Ele-
mentary School, county PTA pro
gram chairman, is "to encourage
parent groups t0 vvo,k with school
facilities in planninu a program
for after-school hours to develop
further understanding on the part
of the pupils about all those areas
of human growth and development
which are of a more personal na-
ture."'
Demo Committee
Elects Chairman
Mrs. Leon Sirkm has been elect-
ed chairman of the Democratic
Executive Committee of Miami
Beach for a four year term. Long
active in Democratic Party af-
fairs. Mrs. Sirkin has served three
terms as a member of the Dade
County Executive Committee.
Mrs. Sirkin, an attorney, is a
member of the law firm of Wcin-
Stein and Weinstein. with offices
in Miami Beach and St. Augustine
Listed in "Who's Who of Ameri-
can Women." she is a member of
the Florida Bar Association, the
Florida Association of Women
Lawyers, and is secretary of the
Miami Beach Bar Association.
A graduate of Sophie Newcomb
College and the University of Mi-
ami Law School, she is married
to Leon Sirkin. of the Dil.ido Hotel.
Her brother. Nathan "Sonny"
Weinstein. is a former member of
the Florida State Legislature, and
is currently State Attorney in St.
John's County. Another brother
Leonard (). Weinstein. is now serv-
ing as constable in Miami Beach.
Evening Talk On
Medicare Given
Airs. m,i\ Affachiner,
Temple Beth Raphael Si
was to conduct a re ;ula
meeting on Thursday at 8 p.m.
Alfredo i'anino was to spei
Medicare, and the evening was : >
close wi;!i :i social hour.
ANYONE
CAN MAKE THE
HOLES
Sisterhood Says
'Got Your Secret'
Sisterhood of Temple Or Olom
was to hold its monthly meeting
on Thursday evening in the social
hall.
Mrs. Murray Rosenberg, past
preside]/, was to introduce a pro-
gram, i've Got Your Secret,"
which will serve to introduce offi-
, cers and board members to the
membership.
Mrs. Albert Solo is Sisterhood
president. Rabbi Ralph Glixman is
spiritual leader of the congrega-
tion.
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Friday. September 23. ?;;
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Faculty of the Solomon Schechter Day School of Temple
Imanu-El takes time out during a luncheon meeting at the
-Tcrth Branch Building. The teachers spent a week of prepara-
::cn in anticipation of the arrival of the children for classes
which opened here. First row are Mrs. Berta Barnett.
Mrs. Cynthia Greene. Mrs. Gertrude Wiess, nursery teachers;
Mrs. Nacmi B. Brandeis, supervisor, Nursery-Kinderqarten De-
triment; Rabbi Arthur S. Hollander, education director; Dr.
".-ving Lehrman, spiritual leader; Mrs. E. J. Berman, principal,
General Studies Department; Mrs. Joan Ciment. second grade,
-fneral studies; Mrs. Malka Robins, second grade, Hebrew.
Second row are Mrs. Miriam Freedman. third grade, general
sudies; Mrs. Rita Green, remedial readina and music; Mrs.
Gladys Alpert, fourth grade, qeneral studies; Miss H:?len Kavy,
sixth grade, general studies; Mrs. Gertrude Press, fifth grade,
general studies; Mrs. Ada Urett, nurseiy; Mrs. Doris Gorn, Sun-
day School. Third row (standing) are Mrs. Anita Waller, first
grade, general studies; Mrs. Sarah Palay. Junior High Depart-
ment; Mrs. Jane Schulman. Sunday school; Mis Rachel
Charuvy. first orade, Hebrew Department; Mrs. Fay Fem-tein.
4th grade. Hebrew Department; Mrs. Aliza Brenner, Aleph
Class, Hebrew Department; Mrs. Naomi Altshuler, third grade,
Hebrew Departnrr-nt; Miss Haya Sara Weinberg, Daled Class,
Hebrew Department- Mrs. Ha:ia Arazi, htih and sixth grades,
HeL:ew Department.
CRT Women
snstcHaHcrs Set
M Bus>ne>s Pi
r if Wo :\ it's A
to I >nsl
tinner on '! hursday 7 15 p
3o th .! T iwei i.
Han Id S ider. i
ent, was to Lx ;uesl sp i
ind Mrs Florence Kupp
last regional president, was to in-
stall the officers for the co
year
Entertainment was to be
ed by Andj Keller in a program
rare music
Teen Volunteers
Select Leaders
Cedars Teen Voluntt
elected Karen Zinnt of 2
hambra Circle, a- presi
196847, it was annount l
nond Grossman, assistant
strator of Cedars ol
oital
Miss /.inner recently u
award for giving over 30)
>f volunteer service at th
!>"d hospital.
Other officers named to
include vice chairman.
Bloch; secretary'. Nelly B
corresponding secre ai jr,
asset; committees rhaii
Sutler; hstorian, SI
The high school
form volunteer tasks at C
their spare time, h 'lp
Gifl Shop, distributing
.,.. rig in clerical >rk i
ng (he Book M 1
. ; Wagon
Life with Father'
Roosevelt Topic
Mayor Elliott Roosei :'
aker at the
En ii u El Brotherhood meel
Sundaj a m in Sirk i
:; S hapiro, presl l<
extended an invital
the i ition I i
in this a

Dr Ir ing Lchrn
if th '
M .. Roose
Life wit h
ime.of tl
. ..I':: his
her the di
of Da iel Meal H rile
Leonai 1 Zilbert, B
.' i !'. Koren, An i Bia
Harold J Segal
Bob Re/ark ia chaii nan of
reservati n c imn 01 Res
: i .' bi ii i\ I
the temple office
Southeast Florida Region, Women's American
ORT, held its first monthly board meeting on
Tuesday, Aug. 23. at the Dade Federal Bldg.
On South Dixie Hwy. Newly-installed chapter
presidents (left to right) are Mrs. Sol Seldman.
Atlantic Shores; Mrs. Mickey Niedenthal,
North Dade; Mrs. Michael Tobin, South Miami;
Mrs. Ira Weiner, Biscayna; Mrs. Hy Mallinger.
Cloverleaf; Mrs. Harold Schneider, region
president; Mrs. Henrietta Bololin. Greater Mi-
ami; Mrs. Solomon Bank. Miami Beach After-
noon; Mrs. Lee Brodsky. Coral Gables; Mrs.
Stephen Hutt, Mrs. Marvin Mastroff, South-
west. Not shown are Mesdames Euaene Ros-
enfeld. Nat Wiener, Adolph Muskat. Jerome
Silvers, Carl Gross. Saul Haber. Selma Res-
nick, Irvina Dokelsky, Fred Bill, Herbert Jac-
obson, and Lester Brozman.
Medicare Urges Early Application to Assure Benefit
Failure to apply for Social Se-
curity benefits before age 65 may
result in delay in Medicare cover-
; -t and loss of benefits, says Ken-
neth F. Valentine, acting district
manager here. He urges all elig-
ible persons in Dade County to
ply in the three-month period
< re they reach age 65.
Many workers find they are
ligible to receive some Social Se-
curity benefits even though they
continue to work full time. Valen-
tine said that workers who earn
i 1.500 or less in a year will get
all their Social Security benefits.
"For workers who earn man
than $1,500 in a year, the gen-
eral rule is that one dollar in
benefits will be withheld for
each two dollars he earns from
$1,500 to $2,700. In addition, one
dollar in benefits will be with-
held for each one dollar of earn-
ings over $2,700."
Valentine emphasized that, re-
gardless of a worker's total earn-
ings in a year, benefits are pay-
able for any month in which he ;
neither earns wages of more than !
Si25 nor works in his own bus- j
iness. After a worker reaches 72.
there is no limit on his earnings '
Valentine says that 65-year old
workers who sign up for retire
ment benefits will automatically
get hospital insurance protection
under Medicare beginning with
the month they are 65.
The 65yearold worker will
also have the option of electing
medical insurance (doctor bil! in-
surance!, which costs him $3 a
month.
V Singles Set
Cocktail Dance
The "Y" Social Singles group
| will sponsor the first in a series
of regular cocktail dances at the
VM and WIIA on Saturday, Oct. 1.
Single adults over 28 years of
age aie invited to attend the even-
[ ing of dancing and socializing. A
| live orchestra will perform.
Heading the committee is Hew
tt D. Weiss, president of the So-
cial Singles Club. He will be as-
sisted by Fannie Levitt, Sherri
Lieberman, Jeanne Trattler, Hetty
Patterson, and Roy Tame.
Remember how good
bread used to taste?
August Bros.
still does!
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ACCORDION LESSONS
IEE JOHNSON, accordionist with the
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:epting a limited number of stu-
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at your home
Instrument Furnished on Trial Plan
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Jewish Home for the Aged
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"ClOTMIN^^JWHRY," etc.
"All Item* Tx Deduet.ble"
CALL 696-2101
FEMALE HELP WANTED
itOOM & BOARD, Small Monthly
salary tor right lady, Kosher
Home, 2 School-age Children.
Parents Work. Call 949-2704
after 7 p.m.
I ^CT 'n 'at''es' Room,
L.SJO I m.. Nebo Cemetery
Sunday, SIMULATED RUBY RING, great
sentimental vdue, reward, no ques-
tions asked. Call FR 3-2807.
COMPANION WANTED
. who needs a home, to care
for semi-invalid elderly Jewish
lady. Good salary and time off.
Car desirable. Please call after
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Friday. September 23. 1966
i i
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Page 5-5
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Using the specially-prepared Hiah Holy Day Services for
Young People by Rabbi Leon Kronish. are children of the
lunior Choir of Temple Beth Sholom. getting ready for the
Yom Kippur service before the open Ark of the temple. Left
to right are Gail Silverman, daughter of president of the
Sisterhood. Mrs. Seymour Silverman and Mr. Silverman;
Myron Marx, son of vice president of Sisterhood. Mrs. Marvin
Mane, and Mr. Marx; Laura Snetman, daughter of president
cf the temple. Louis F. Snetman, and Mrs. Snetman.
DID YOU KNOW?
lag is honv :
... abn ..: In Israel, of all thu --
i au n the Vsiatic Flu .
Marilyn Malter (North Short I VIP)
is in New York on regular busman's holidaj Sh<
went to see the New York Public Library al Lin-
coln Center, Comment, "What a librarj
"Ole." from Janet and Mel Richard from
Mexico, "Having a great time" .
* *
A SWEETHEART IF THERE EVER WAS ONE
Everyone knows that Harry B Smith's wife i>
a Mreetrteart, but the aium pro.:; Alpha
Epsilon Pi made it national knowledge when
they pinned Marilyn as National Sweetheart dur-
ing the 53rd international AEPi convention which
Hist closed at the Eden Roc Hotel. It was all most
exciting, including the cocktail party that the
Smiths gave for national and local VTP's of the
fraternity at their home right before a swim
dance at the hotel. Among the brothers and their
wives exclaiming over the fanciest of hors
d oeuvres were Davida and Hap Levy, Jill and
Stanley Arkin. Joanie and Mel Rosenberg. Sue
aces ...
-. and Jules Ark
the All '..-...--..:.. rry's
his fraternity I tthe -.
...... wife, Ellen, and S
wifi Su
PARK YOUR SCHOOL BUS HERE
That was the sigi outside of ihe home of
Rhona (Mrs .'.. i rn an, v hen sin starte l
the schoo rig 24 of her I riei
to a Bi to-School" luncheon between their 12
2 O'clock car pools. The mamas sari'. "G
Bless America" .. pledged allegiance to the
flag They had a typical school lunch on a ti
including the inevitable jell squares and brown-
ies. But the milk cartons held iced tea and coffee
Thin came the "show-and-tell" period, whei
each guest had two minutes to report on her
summer. Among guests were Carol (Mrs. Hem;
Leibow. Selma (Mn Jack) Baum. Marilyn (M -
Irving) Markus. Flo 'Mrs. Perry I Altfield, Bo>
(Mrs. Stuart) Shapiro. Bobbi (Mrs. Herman> Pom-
erantz, Kev (Mrs. Morgan) Levey and Irene (Mr-
Bill) Baros.
Frances Lehman
Hadassah Groups
Plan Programs
Herzl Group of Hadassah will
bold its first regular meeting at
the Algiers Hotel on Monday.
Brunch will be served at 11:30
a.m. A Sukkoth program will be
presented, with narration by Mrs.
Henry B. Wernick president of
the Miami Beach Chapter of Ha-
dassah. Mrs. Milton Weinberg is
president.
Shaioma Group will hold its
first meeting of the season at the
Algiers Hotel on Monday at noon.
Mrs. Xjhael Feinstein is pres-
ident
* *
Hatikvah Junior Group of Ha-
dassah will hold a membership tea
i n Sunday, 2 p.m., at the home of
Gale Plotkin, 1240 Lenox Ave All
girls of high school and college
age are welcome.
Miss Angela Reubin is president.
JWV PosrOpens
New Season
First regular business meeting
of the 196667 year of Harry H.
hen. Surfside-Bay Harbor Posl
723. Jewish War Veterans, was
held Wednesday at the Surfside
n ',;:uty (i nter.
Commander Arnold Fein said
1'iBt guest speaker was Robert
ds, account executive. Harris
m & Co., who discussed
What's Wrong with the Stock
Market?"
!'la:is were also made for the
i nual card party Nov. l at Tern-
i Ner Tamid, a Mass Veterans'
i ..;. Rally set for Nov. 11 at the
Surfside Community Center, and
;< religious service at Temple Men
<;ah on Nov. II. in which Post
i 77 will join.
PJW Will Install
At Oct. 13 Meet
Plans for the forthcoming an-
nual installation of the Federation
of Jewish Women were formulated
b1 Federation's first meeting of the
new year held last week at the
home of Mrs, Irving Lehrman,
i-925 Flamingo Dr.
Members of Federation's execu-
tive and advisory committees
gathered for brunch to discuss the
tvent. which is scheduled for Oct.
13 at the Fontainebleau Hotel. The
affair traditionally honors the
presidents of all Jewish women's
(rganizations in the Greater Mi-
;imi community.
Federation of Jewish Women is
;>n affiliated organization of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
1 en.
Surlside-Bay Harbor Meet
Harry H. Cohen Surfside Bay
Harbor Auxiliary held its opening
meeting at the Surfside Town Hall
on Wednesday evening.
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Friday. September 1' '.266
BEBE
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Bcbc (Mrs. Henry 0.) Ring has musfc In her soul. She
was born in Springfield. Mass When she was seven, her
mother casually suggested that Bebe take piano lessons.
From then on. her lite has been devoted to music. She
gave her first recital at the age of ten. continuing through
her. school years to play at civic
affairs and before organizations.
Hebe received her degree from the
world-renowned Eastman school of
Husic in Rochester.
As a freshman, she was given
the opportunity, usually accorded
a senior, to play in concerts with
the symphony orchestra. She was
invited back to work toward an
Artist's Diploma for a fifth year,
an opportunity presented to those
students proficient in performing.
But Bebe's mother died, and she
decided to slay home and keep
house for her father, instead. She
gave private lessons, at the same
time continuing as a student with
Bruce Simons, dean of the music school at Yale University.
Then, she was invited onto the faculty of the Hartt
School of Music in Hartford. Conn., and commuted.
Bebe's first piano teacher had been a cousin of Henry-
Ring, who was then in undergraduate school at Yale. So
Hank called his cousin's favorite pupil, and Bebe became
his own favorite. They were married in 1953.
After Hank received his medical degree from Harvard,
the Rings went to St. Louis, where he interned, then to
Boston for residency at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear
Infirmary. Later they returned to Springfield, and Hank
opened an office specializing in opthalmology. During their
first year of marriage. Bebe taught and was accompanist
at Webster College.*
Four years more passed, and they moved to Miami,
where the Rings have since entrenched themselves firmly
in our town. Up North. Hank traveled weekends from
Springfield to Boston in order to teach and lecture at
Harvard, in addition to engaging in research. The grind
meant regular 100-mile trips in order for medicine and his
practice really to be meaningful to him.
Miami meant more than just sunshine and easier living
for the family It meant that Hank had to go no further
than the Bascom Palmer Eye Institute the Eye Depart-
ment of the University of Miami Medical School and Jack-
son Memorial Hospital no more hundred-mile safaris.
Today, the Ring family includes David. Wendy and
Jonathan each of them sensitive and intelligent in his
own way. Apart from what it has meant for Hank profes-
sionally, the Rings have all made the transition from New
Englander to Floridian in easy and exciting stages. They
love the climate, particularly because it now makes tennis
for Bebe and Hank year-round sport they are ardent
tennis players. They are also swimming, golf and sailing
enthusiast-,.
Bebe says that the routine business of running a house-
hold and chauffeuring three children to religious school and
various kinds of lessons takes a lot of time. Consequently,
practising is often lelt.for the last for those odd moments
Hank and Bebe have together evenings, or precious seconds
snatched when she is alone during the day.
But those who have heard Bebe performing with musi-
cians like famed guitarist Juan Mercadal here, or oboist
Julian Balogh, violist Victor Stern, and violinist Sunny
Balogh in gatherings at private homes for the musical
cognoscente, see and hear an exciting and sensitive artist,
whose fingers coax golden sounds from her piano.
Bebe is not organization-minded, and is frank to admit
it; although she is doing her share as a member of the Beth
David Fine Arts Committee.
Hank shares Beth's love of music they spend hours
listening to the phonograph together, and they enjoy
concerts. But above all. being a wife and mother comes
first with Bebe. and particularly now. The Rings recently
n oved into a handsome two-story home they built in Coral
Gables, which combines the spirits of New England and
Florida beautifully, a tribute to their imagination and the
t;:lent of their architect.
Nevertheless, when she sits down at a piano, it's hard
to believe that Bebe is anything less than the most ac-
complished of musicians.

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Garden Scene of
Schaffel Nuptials
In a garden setting of pink and
rose flowers, the former Nancy
Aileen Rosen became the bride of
Neil Schaffel on Sunday. Sept.
4. at the Doral Country Club. Rabbi
Joseph Narot officiated at the 7
o'clock ceremony, which was fol
lowed by a formal dinner.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Paul Rosen.
5410 Alhambra Circle, and Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur I. Schaffel of
1408 S Bayshore Dr.
Given in marriage by her father.
the bride wore an empire gown of
peau de soie with alencon lace
bodice and sleeves, The long heir-
loom veil of Belgium rose pointe
laic extended beyond the train of
(be bridal gown, and she carried
a large white rose
Attired in empire gowns of rose
with matching brocade evening
bridal atl i lants included
Patti Hewett. maid
riel Manni
bridesmaids. Nancy B Rosen and
Jodi Sav.it/. cousins oi the bride,
junior bridesn
Martin M Schaffel served as his
brother's best man Groomsmen in-
cluded Andy Rosen, the bride's
brother, David Levy. Allen Wein-
stein. Sanlord Reinhart and Jesse
Ketcbum.
Guests at the wedding were
Mrs. Carri Rosen and Mrs. Eva
SawitZ, grandmothers of the bride.
New Mrs. Schaffel is a graduate
of Coral Gables High, attended
Michigan State University, and is
now a student at the University of
Freya Fold
Engager to ivi D
Mr. and Mrs Joseph
Hollywooi, recei !ly o '
nounce the em ic
daughter, Freya. to Dr -.
Segal, of Manchester, En
The future bri '< ooi the
son ol Mi at .
The wedding is plai
January.
I'lull
MRS. Ntll SCHAfftl
Miami Her husband i- a graduate
of the University of Southern Cali-
fornia, where he received a de-
gree in aeronautical engineering,
and is now attending the Univer-
sity of Miami Law School His fra-
ternities are Phi Alpha Delta,
legal, and Alpha Epsilon Pi.
On their return from a honey
moon in Jamaica, the newlyweds
will live in Miami.
Luncheon Meet
Opens Season
Mrs. Joseph Atbaquerqi ; ,.
ident of the Lo.i c vVin pter,
was to conduct an open
on Thursda; noo i 'lie
Waldman Hotel.
New members wen- to be
ed i>> membership ice pi
Mrs Louis Cohen A candlelight mi;
ceremony honoring mcmbei .^
their families was to be o rV
by Mrs. Morris Raymer. A
on AJCongress activities
the pasl three months was
given by Mrs Eva M Blun
man. commission on Intel
Affair-.
Joseph I. Yanich, regioi
lor, was to review activities
organization.
f the
Stephen Adlers
Tour Florida
After Rites Here
Marilyn Ann Sugar, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sugar. 1851 SW
37th Ave.. exchanged marital
vows with Stephen Adler on Sun
day. Sept. 11. at the Algiers Hotel,
where a reception followed the
nuptials.
Son of Mrs Florence Adler.
844(i Byron Ave.. the bridegroom
attended Miami Beach High and
graduated from Onslow Count)
High School lie attended Miami
Dade Junior College and served
for two years in the U.S. Marine
Corps
New Mrs. Adler is an alumna
of Miami Senior High and Florida
College of Medical Technology
Following a tour ot Florida the
newlyweds will live in Miami.
Golda Meir Has
New 1966-67 Slate
Pioneer Women. G0U1.1 Men-
Chapter, will install new officers
at a meeting on Monday, 12:30
p.m.. at the Shelborne Hotel.
Conducting the ceremony vull
lie Mrs. Harriet Green, president.
Greater Miami Council of Pi rneer
Women. Mrs. Oscar Zeli
chairman of the afternoon pro-
gram, which will conclude with a
musical offering.
Chapter leaders for 1966-67 will
be Mrs, Abraham Seltzer, pres-
ident; Mrs. Oscar Seltze Mrs.
David Lippman, vice presidents;'!
Mrs. Dave Nerove Mrs v a
Sorin Bild, Mrs Sophia '/ u sec-
retaries; Mrs Isaac I
treasurer. Mrs Nathalia
parliamentarian
i omniitlce chairmen
Mrs. Dave Lippman, child
fund: Mrs. Oscar Zeltiei
llapaolot: Mrs. Anna So. i Bild
publicity; Mrs. Morns K
Jewish National Fund: Mrs
erin Yictorhaus. dues. Mrs
Golob, social: Mrs Abram Fox,
Bonds for Israel: Mrs Sara
poff. journal.
Werner Kalm i
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JHA Auxiliary
Starts Season
Greater Miami Women's Auxil-
iary. Jewish Home for the Aged,
will hold its first meeting of the
1966-67 season on Tuesday. 12:30
p.m., at the Algiers Hotel.
Message of welcome will be
given by Mrs. Lawrence Silverman,
Auxiliary president, and Mrs.
Delia Delancy will offer the open-
ing prayer.
Agenda will include a report
by Mrs. Sol Silverman. honorary
president and coordinating fund
chairman for all the auxiliaries,
on the installation of the Hubbard
Tank in the Mollie and Sol Silver-
man Physical Therapy Room.
Tribute will be paid to the late
Sadie Kriegel in whose name the
birthday club is named and whose
birthday was in September. Chair-
man of the club is Mrs. Esther
Meyers.
An afternoon of music will be
introduced by Mrs. Louis Makov-
sky, program chairman.
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regarding your piano gladly an-
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Her hip hugger skirt and pea jacket are also very
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Friday, Ser*ember 23, 1986
fJewisti fhriafiar
Davidsons Will
Live in Calif.
Following Nuptials
Late evening nuptials on Satur-
day. Sept. 17. united the former
loan Barbara Cohnstein and Gary
Richard Davidson at the home of
the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Cohnstein, 5970 SVV 13th
Ten
The ceremony, conducted by
Itabbi Sol Landau, was followed
by a reception. Attending the
couple were .Mrs. Paillette Freed
and Jeffrey Davidson.
The bridegroom, an aerospace
engineer, is a graduate of the Uni-
versity of Florida. His parents are
Mr. and Mrs Albert Davidson.
Springfield. Mass.
His bride is also a graduate of
the University of Florida, and is
a member of Alpha Lamda Delt |
Sorority.
Following a visit to Disneylan.
and Santa ('atalina, the newlywed
will live in Thousand Oaks Calif
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Werner Kahn
*!S. GARY R. DAVIDSON
Miss Sheeger Sets
Wedding Date
-Miss Sheila Sheeger will become
the bride of Alan C. Verbit on
.Nov. 19.
Announcement of the engage-
ment and forthcoming wedding
was made by the bride-elect's par-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sheeger.
7301 Harding Ave.
A graduate of Miami Beach
High. Miss Sheeger attended the
University of Florida and earned
a degree at Florida College ol
Medical Technology.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. David A.
Verbit, Philadelphia. Pa.. the
prospective bridegroom graduated
from the Pennsylvania state Uni
MTsity and studied toward an ad-
vanced degree at Tulane Univer-
sity. He is an industrial engineer-
ing management consultant for
the Boeing Co. at Cape Kennedy,
Fla.. and a member of the direc
torate of Choice Custom Homes
ol Fla Inc.. in Merritt Island.
Werner Kahn
MISS SHVLA SHfEGlR
Andrea Singer
To be June Bride
Mis. Max M. Singer, f>250 Birc
td.. So. Miami, announces the en-
laRement of her daughter. Andrer
{onnie, to Jeffrey Owen Goodman
on of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Good
nan. of Swampscott. Mass. She if
ilso the daughter of the late Max
If. Singer.
A graduate of Coral Gables Sen '
or High, Andrea is presently al |
ending the University of Miami
She is an officer in the Frincl
lub. and has been active in thi
University Service Organization
JSG Traffic Court. Public Rela
lions, and is a member of the
Dade County Young Democrats.
Jeffrey graduated from Swamp !
icott High School and the Univer
-ity of Miami School of Busines
Administration
Wedding plans are being made
lor next June in Swampvcott.
!'. Allen Rei >> i
MISS MANOR MIlltR
Miller, Bockner
Betrothal Told
Her Parents
Mi. and Mrs. Julius Miller. 5101
Collins Ave., announce the engage-
ment and forthcoming marriage <>i
their daughter. Eleanor Ann. to
David Stanley Bockner.
The betrothed couple will be
wed on Sunday. Mar. 5, at the
Diplomat Country Club.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Archie
Bockner, 1080 99th St.. the pros-
pective bridegroom is a graduate
of Miami Beach High, and attend-
ed Miami-Dude Junior College. He
iafurvsently employed by the Gulf
Jkierican I.and Corp.
His fiancee is also a graduate of
Miami Beach High and attended
the University of Florida. She is
now with the Food Fair advertis-
ing department
Young Israel Has
New Study Group
In response to growing inter-
est in Torah study. Young Israel
of Miami Beach. 1544 Washington
Ave., has organized a women's
study group which meets on Sat-
urdays at 3:30 p.m.
Sessions are conducted by Rab-
bi Naftali Porush and include dis-
cussion of the weekly Torah read-
ing and Pirkei Avoth.
Joan Tulin to Be
December Bride
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tulin. 58C1
SW 10th St., announce the engage
ment of their daughter. Joan Lila.
to Daniel M. Salzman.
The future bridegroom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sal/
man, 2288 SW 15th St.
A December wedding is planned
Beth David Ladies
Meet for Lunch
First meeting of Beth David
Sisterhood for the coming season
will be held on Wednesday, 11:30
a.m., in Spector Hall. Luncheon
will be served.
Mrs. Seymour Kaplan, new pres-1
ident of Sisterhood, will conduct
the meeting. ,
Chairmen for the meeting are
Mrs. I^eo Bravennan, Mrs. Sey-
mour Friend, Mrs. Sol Landau,
Mrs. Nathan Spiegelman and Mrs.
Jerome Stern.
DAV Auxiliary
Has New Leaders
Disabled War Veterans Auxil-
iary of Surfside will install its
new slate on Saturday evening at
Washington Federal, 1234 Wash
ington Ave.
The 1966-67 roster is headed by
Mrs. Rae Kaufman, commander;
Mesdames Evelyn Decky, Kate j
Goldman, senior and junior com-
manders: Sylvia De Philippi. adju
tant; Dorothy Eisenberg, chaplain:
Laura Jerome, conductress; Paul
ine Thurston, committee woman. I
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Make-Up Expert
"Y's" Women of the YM and
WHA opened their fall season on
Wednesday with a special pro-
gram.
Mrs Fran Smith, of Merle Nor-
man Cosmetics, demonstrated the
art of make-up.
Mrs. Ben Harris was in charge
of information.
Miss Goodman
Betrothal Told To
Insurance Exec
Mrs. Raymond L. Goodman, of
10158 Collins Ave.. lial Harbour,
announces the engagement of her
daughter. Alberta Darlene, to
Howard J. Hirschfield.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold R.
Hirschfield, 4539 N. Meridian Ave..
the future bridegroom attended
the University of Michigan. Emory
University, the Sorbonnc in Paris
and the University of Barcelona in
Spain. He is presently affiliated
with Bernard I.itman and ASSOC
Of Mass. Mutual Life Insurance
Co.
His fiancee graduated, magna
cum laude, from the University of
Miami and has a Master of Arts
degree from Emory University in
Atlanta. She is now teaching Eng
ish literature at Miami-Dade Jun
ar College
Miss Goodman and Mr. Hirscfa
ield plan to be married on Oct.
15.
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MISS AlBtRTA GOODMAN
Miss Stnrman
To be June Bride
Mr. and Mrs. William Sturman
1290 SW 48th St.. announce the
engagement of their daughter.
Silene, to Roger Copenhagen, son
>f Mr. and Mrs. David Copen-
hagen, 1135 92nd St.
The couple plan a June ucel-
ling.
Mrs. Lond Hosts Lunch
Mrs. Ben Lond president of the
Mt. Sinai Hospital Garden Club.
entertained board members with
i brunch at her DiLido Dr. home
>n Sept. 12. A business meeting
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Friday. September 23, 1363
Jewish Organizations Greet High Holy Day Season
Council of Jewish Women
Mrs. EDWIN B. OPPENHEIM
President
Greater Miami Section
r. ational Council of
Jewish Women
"T'-E story of the National Court-
* i i f Jewish Women, as ex-
led by the Greater Miami
ii. is ;i story of idealism, de-
n and service, a fine record
achievement. Achievement
iii must have sprung from the
that we do. tor it states that
NOW is an organization which.
e spirit of Judaism, is dedi-
l led to ihe furthering of human
.re. in the Jewish and gen-
communities, locally, na-
ally, Through an integrated
gram of education, service
social action it provides es-
H :al services and stimulates
educates the individual and
I community.
Here, in the Greater Miami
Section, our members take part
service programs, conduct
study groups, search for needs,
n': solutions.
Varieties of Handicapped
ir .service programs fill a
: ety of needs. The Visually
:.; dicapped Service finds volun-
s acting as teacher aids in
< public school classrooms for
; blind and sight-handicapped.
'i Braille program has attained
r,p:;onal and international fame.
Sixty-five Braillists prepare
I :crials bound by 35 other
.iiiteers into book form to
(. <;.ie a Children's Braille Li-
brary, staffed by those volun-
"ctrs. and housed in space pro-
td by the Special Education
-. artment of the school system,
teacher aids are provided to
lh hearing-handicapped child.
Other children in our schools
; < handicapped in still another
.;y. by their cultural and eeo-
- lie background. In an effort
to assist this child to catch up
the world around him. Coun-
cil Volunteers arc working in a
tutorial and cultural plan, assist-
ing teachers in the readii
program, Head start, and arc tu-
toring students in some elemen-
tary, junior an.I senior high
schools. There, the children are
tutored in basic arithmetic and
reading or taken on field trips as
part of an enrichment plan.
The senior citizen is also a con-
c(in of the Council volunteer
For the 12th year, her efforts at
the Jewish Home for the Aged
have made life for the resident
happier, fuller, more meaningful
through many recreational activi-
ties carried on in the Home.
And the members of the coun-
ty-wide Senior Centers have had
the service of Council volunteers
in organizing activities there.
German Claims
The oldest service program, lo-
cally as well as nationally, is that
for the foreign-born. This pro-
gram has been under the super-
vision of our executive secretary.
For the past ten years, our office
has been associated with the in-
ternational organization known
as the United Restitution Organi-
zation in the processing of Ger-
man claims In cooperation with
the United Hias Service, the in-
ternational Jewish immigration
agency, technical assistance in
migration planning, assistance in
matters concerning temporary
status, aiding in search for se-
parated family members and the
provision of reception service are
additional activities carried on
by the professional staff of the
Greater Miami Section.
After migration and naturaliza-
tion, this new citizen is again
welcomed by Council volunteers
who attend the monthly cere-
mony at the Naturalization Court.
Concern for education led to
the establishment of a loan pro-
OiMcerc L/Visncs for w^r
fetxr
LEBEDIKER BRANCH
FARBAND ZIONIST ORDER
To the members of the Lebediker Branch and
to all Sisters and Brothers who are an integral
part of us, we send our traditional greetings on
ihe occasion of the New Year 5727. Optimistic-
ally the members of our Branch will again be
ihe Vanguard to promote cultural and social
functions to muster our forces for Jewish
Emancipation throghout the world and for the
perpetuation of ISRAEL.
JOSEPH P. ZUCKERMAN, resieW
ELI MAUN. Vice President
SOIOMON rARNESS, Fiaoaciaf Secretary
JACOB FRAYDMAN, Recording Secretary
MORRIS TAMRES, Treaiarer
OSCAR SHAPIRO, Cultural Chairman
LEON APRIL, ESTHER UEBERMAN, H.spiM.n
SAM TETENBAUM, Membership Cftairmea
RACK! rARNESS Seciaf Secretary
ANNA WARSHAU, Israel Bond Chairman
MORRIS AND LEO ORENSTEIN, CJ.A. Chairmen
The Greater Miami Section
National Council of Jewish Women
EXTENDS BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR
Presidents of Greater Miami Section, Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women, are front
row (left to right) Mrs. Burton Levey, South
Dade Division; Mrs. Robert Childs, Bay;
Mrs. Benjamin Greene, Indian Creek; Mrs.
Edwin B. Oppenheim, Greater Miami Sec-
tion; Mrs. Bernard Abel, Coral. Rear are
Mrs. Martin D. Kahn, Shores; Mrs. Ben Hor
owitz. Islands; Miss Elsie Schwabe, Lincoln
Not shown is Miss Elsie Factor, Evening.
gram at the University of Miami
over 20 years ago. and is now
joined by a brand new program
at the Barry College School of
Social Work.
Cycle of Poverty
National Council of Jewish
Women also serves with the Fed-
eral Government in its efforts to
break the cycle of poverty, join
ing with the National Council of
Catholic Women, the National
Council of Negro Women and the
United Church Women to form
Women in Community Service
(WICS) to recruit and screen girls
for Job Corps.
The study and social action
part of the Council program is
organized through the Public Af-
fairs Department. Volunteers are
provided for the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal and United Fund. We
cooperate with the Council for In-
ternational Visitors in providing
hospitality an' to demonstrate
our way of life to the foreign visi-
tor.
Study and discussion groups
tackle issues of poverty, educa-
tion, housing, the courts, narcot-
ics, government. Jewish affairs.
Jewish holiday and culture, and
challenge the member to be pre-
pared to act and react in the
world today with knowledge be-
hind that action.
Ship-A-Box Program
In Israel, too. Council's pro-
grams are proving of tremendous
value in the search for ways to
help Jewish youngsters from
Oriental lands catch up with the
rest of the world. At the John
Dewey School of Education of
Hebrew University, three re-
search projects are in progress.
Thirty-two children of deprived
Oriental backgrounds have been
selected for study at the Hebrew
University High School, built by
NCJW.
The Ship-A-Box program con-
tinues as an important tie with
children overseas. Toys, arts and
crafts materials and other needed
items are sent to Israel and other
co'iinfries for use as educational
tools with handicapped and im-
poverished children.
In addition, as a member of
the International Council of Jew-
ish Women, we have shared in de-
velopment of its historic petition
to rabbinic authorities to modern-
ize ihe status of women under
Jewish law.
Another aspect of the overseas
story of NCJW is the Overseas
Fellowship program, which since
1946 enables 211 educators and
social workers from Israel and
Jewish communities abroad to
take advanced studies in the
United States. Most have re-
turned to positions of leadership
in their own countries taking
their American experience with
them.
This successful plan led to the
development of the Overseas
Volunteer Leader Fellowship pro-
gram which brought Mrs. Peggj
I.art-Leverton, of London '>
Miami last year. Since 1054.
other leaders of Jewish w
from Europe. South Amern
Australia. South Africa and
Near East have toured Com
Sections to observe pr-
ick-as and organizational
niqucs. many of which have
adapted all over the world.
Winter Program
These are some of the u I
the eight divisions of tin jafj
Miami Section serve their >: ^^
munity and the world. Ann >
support this work, Counci
ceives funds from the Greati
Miami Jewish Federation
part of the Service to Foi
Born program, from member
ship dues, from donations to
ice and scholarship fund.v I
primarily from the operation
the Council Thrift Shops A
tionally. a theatre party will
held this winter at the Co
Theatre on Dec. 21 for the ;
ar of the film '"Hawaii '
Nowhere can the Jewish
an today who wants to ;t
plish important things in '"'
world find a more effective
hide than in the NCJW
the members of the Great)
ami Sction comes the wish
all may be inscribed for :< '
life.
Home of Aged Auxiliary
GREETINGS to the
RABBIS and MEMBERS
of
CONGREGATION
B'NAI SHOLOM
from
ludfll Merl
Mr. & Mrs.
u:\ II \NKI\
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
a Happy and Prosperous
New Year
By MRS. LAWRENCE
SILVERMAN, President
Greater Miami Women's
Auxiliary, Jewish Home
for the Aged
IN A community where more
than 60 percent of its popula-
tion consists of senior citizens, it
becomes incumbent, especially in
an area where a large Jewish
population has settled, that a
Home for the Aged be establish-
ed, for the many ill and indigent
residents no longer able to pro-
vide or care for themselves.
Fortunately, the Greater t,%
ami area can proudly bo:i- i
such an outstanding instituti
their midst. The Greater Mia
Women's Auxiliary, Jewish H
for the Aged, plays a vital pa
towards the maintenance of tl
Home.
There are many projects H
the Auxiliary sponsors under ab
chairmen. The annual member
ship is chaired by Mrs. Ben 0
low, with her co-chairman. Mm
Rose Spielberg. Through the
efforts, a paid-up general mem
Continued en Following Pag*
Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Katz
and Son Melvin
Nathan & Barbara Katz
and Daughter Sheila
extend Best Wishes to all their
Relatives and Friends for a
Happy and Prosperous
New Year
MR. AND MRS.
JULIUS MARGOLIES
extend to all their
Relatives and Fnends
best wishes for a
Happy and Prosperous"
New Year
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Friday, Sepiember 23, 1968
t'Jfnisti nr.radliirtir
Page 9-B
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ORGANIZATIONS GREET THE HIGH HOLY DAY SEASON
Home of Aged Auxiliary
Continuec* from Preceding Paqe
hip i' 540. plus i new
members has b< i n isult.
Mrs. Helen Sparbei Berman,
|| men I ership chairn an, con-
tacts every prospi el name
.. i n hi nil gratif; g results
Mrs. elen Spa B nan.
I men I ership cl con-
tacts e\ pros] given
her, will gratifying isults.
our Si lie Kriegel Birthday
Club is chaired by Mrs Joseph
M -j era so corresp in ling sec
retarj ind her co-chairman,
Mrs Ar- Wollman, Together
they hav< nrollcd more than KM)
members in the Birthday Club.
The Sidney Appel Medical
Fund is chaired by Mrs. Charlotte
Katz. 1 tills from this fund
provide special medical needs
and aids to the residents. So very
often the.-t special aids must be
replaced due to the inability of
the aged residents properly to
care for them.
Greater Expansion
Our biggest source of income
is derived from a most import-
ant project, the Treasure Chest
donor. This year, a new chair-
man has been named. Mrs. Hen-
rietta Stt inmuller. a newcomer
who has already shown stimulat-
ing and executive ability in mak-
ing this project an outstanding
success for the 1966 67 year. As
the Auxiliary contributes $12.-
000. annually towards the main-
tenance and upkeep of the Home,
much stress and efforts are con-
Baron de Hirsch Meyer ac-
cepts SI 0.000 check from
(left) Mrs. Sol Silverman, hon-
orary life president, and Mrs.
Lawrence Silverman, pres-
ident, at May installation
ceremonies.
centrated on this project to meet
this annual support.
With the increase of the num-
ber of residents to 210 at this
time now residing permanently
at the Home, greater expansion
of space is needed, coupled with
the furnishings and additional
working personnel required to
look after these residents Manj
of the residents are physically
handicapped and mentally irre-
sponsible. The greatest and big-
gest goal of our 1966-67 work will
be the purchase and Installation
of the SI 1.000 Hubbard Tank in
the Mi.Hie and Sol Silverman
Physical Therapy Room
This project comes under our
Building Fund and under the
leadership of our life honorary
president. Mrs. Sol (Mollie) Sil-
verman. Since coming to this
area in 1046, she has dedicated
herself to the needs of the aged
residents. Through her direct ef-
forts, many comforts and luxu-
ries previously unknown to many
of the residents, have become a
part of their present daily liv-
ing.
Have Synagogue
The Home's Synagogue houses
memorial plaques on which the
names of beloved ones are in-
scribed, and the annual Yahrzeits
are memorialized by the resi-
dents. The Auxiliary also spon-
sors a life membership plaque
available to life members, which
project is chaired by Mrs. Tobias
Sussman.
We most cordially invite all
newcomers to the area, and all
neighbors in the community who
are not already members, to
join us in this very' fruithful and
humanitarian work.
Linda Fried (lefti and Julia Sussman, students at Miami-E
Junior College, are now in Israel attendinq the Hebrew
University of Jersualem under an Americcn Student Program
sponsored by the American Friends of the Hebrew University.
Two Miams-Dade Students in Israel
Two Miami-Dade Junior College
students. Linda Fried and Julia
Sussman are in Israel for a year's
study at the Hebrew University of
Jerusalem. They are two of 133
students from the United States
and Canada studying under the
American Student Program spon-
sored by the American Friends
of the Hebrew University this year.
Linda is the daughter of Mrs.
Yetta Fried. 19215 NF. 18th Ave.,
No. Miami Beach. Julia is daughter of Abraham Sussman,
3310 SW 17'h St.. Miami
The girls arrived in Israel in
time to join a special ten-week,
six-hour-a-day Hebrew L'lpan at the
university. The intensive language
course is to prepare the student*
for lectures in Hebrew when the
fall term begins.
Alumni Meet to Discuss Programs
Alumni of Young Israel Religi- Cantor Pincus Aloof. Lewis
ous School met last week with Goodman, and Rabbi Richter. on
Uabbi Arnold Richter. education the stalf of the Young Israel Reli
director, to discuss the Junior gious School, will participate in tha
Hebrew High School program for Junior Hebrew High School pr>
Miami Hebrew Academy
By LOUIS MERWITZER
President, Hebrew Academy
WITH me close >f the year
572C. the Hebrew Academy
of Greater Miami has completed
18 years of educational and re-
ligious services to the greater
Miami community. Indeed, a very
impressive record has been writ-
ten during these dramatic years
in the history of Jewish and re-
ligious education in Miami
As wt complete our !8th anni-
versary, ac are proud to an-
nounce an enrollment >i approx-
imately 500 students with com-
plete elementary and junior high
departments. An e\jnt of far
reaching influence was the dedi-
cation o: the Olga md Margaret
Weishaui High School for Girls,
which i! the first Hebrew girls'
high school m the southeastern
region of the United States.
For the coming school year.
we will be accepting boarding
students from various Latin
American countries and from
cities throughout th? United
States.
Increasing Demand
There nas been an increasing
demand for educational facilities
on the secondary level for boys
and girls Students >f high school
age, with no Hebrew background,
are nm* coming to us desir-
ing an intensive Hebrew and aca-
demic program which follows the
philosophy and curriculum of the
Hebrew Academy on a more in-
tensive basis.
A great many of our American
LOUIS MERWITZER
Jewish youngsters are not satis-
fied with a juvenile concept of
their heritage. They are seeking
identification with their Jewish
past; they want a better under-
standing of their faith, and they
are looking for meaning in Jew-
ish customs and in Jewish Law.
Only a school with a curriculum
similar to that of the Hebrew-
Academy can provide the proper
milieu for such an educational
program.
By now, the idea of a Hebrew
Academy type of education is
accepted by all factions and seg-
ments of people. The fact that
more than 60,000 students are
attending day schools throughout
the country is ample evidence
that this type of program is not
a domain of any segment of
Judaism. Even the most vicious
opponents of day school educa-
tion have subsided into silence,
but not without blocking the al
location of communal funds
while giving lip service to "Jew-
ish survival'' and "Jewish identi
fication."
It is understood that a day
school can not maintain itself
solely by the tuition fees of par-
ents. The average cost of educat-
ing a child in a day school is
approximately $900 annually. In
our own Hebrew Academy, only
50 percent of the school's budget
is covered by tuition fees The
obvious question then is. where
does the rest of the money come
from.'
Community Support
What is the commitment and
the responsibility of the com-
munity to the Hebrew Academy
It is regrettable that Jewish
Continued on Page 10-B
the coming year.
Alter a lunch sponsored by the
synauo.:ue. the children were
asked to select the Hebrew courses
they thought most helpful and in-
teresting. Kabbi Richter said that
"the response of the alumni to the
new program has been very en-
couraging."
gram.
Rabbi Richter noted that the
classes, scheduled to meet on Sun-
day morning and Wednesday jf
ternoon, "will be geared toward in-
volving the students in the syni
agogue and Jewish life, and will
help prepare them for leadership
in the Jewish community."
Sincere lA/iahes jor ~>~r
MR. AND MRS.
PHILIP ROSENBERG
and their Family
wish all their trie ids
a
HAFPY NEW YE\R
Mr. I Mrs. JOSEPH NADLER
and FAMILY
extend best wishes to
their Relatives, Friends
and Members 8c Officers of
Kneseth Israel Congregation
for a Healthy. Happy
New Year
BEST WISHES
for a
YEAR OF HEALTH
AND HAPPINESS
THE KEETtS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
DORSS and IRVING SCHWAN
Mr. & Mrs. Edwin B. Oppenheim
Extend Best Wishes to All Our Relatives and
Many Friends for a Happy Holiday
M It. and MILS. SAM SKIT I I V
and
MR. and MRS. M. STEPHEN JACKMAN
MR. and MRS. MARVIN GILLMAN and Children.
Edward Warren. Henri" Neal. and Carolyn Sue
EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL
^z/t MR. and MRS.
BENJAMIN MULE*
and BROTHER JERRY
extend best wishes
to all our dear ones
and many friends for a
Happy, Healthy New Year
'row
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Dernier
AND FAMILY
Mr. and Mrs. Max Fierman
wish all their relatives and friends
a Happy and Prosperous New Year


Page 10-B
Vjmidh ftcridltor
Friday, September 23. 1966
ORGANIZATIONS GREET THE HIGH tfOlY DAY SEASON
Jewish National Fund Here
By WILLIAM BORNSTEIN
President
Jewish National Fund Council
AN ancient philosopher once
** said. "No matter how noble
In' cause, acceptance depends on
ts leadership."
There was an upsurge in Jew-
sh National Fund (Keren Kaye-
neth Leisrael) activities in 5727
1966-1967). The need for land
eclamation and added support
or Mei Ami. Israel, captured
he Imagination of all Jewry, sa-
ecially those in Florida.
The Jewish National Fund of
neater Miami had an extremely
uccessful year, a year of accom-
ilishment. a year of performance,
i year oi satisfaction, and a year
>l creativity.
It all began with the election
I William Bornstein as president
.1 the Jewish National Fund
'oiiiu'i! of Greater Miami. An ar-
lenl worker and contributor to
INF, he was an able successor
o former president. I .eon J. Ell.
vho gave seven years of service
o the organization.
Dr. Irving Lehrman has also
>een a tireless worker in our be-
lalf. Speeches at all hours, en
ouraging workers and his per
onal participation in the pilgrim-
ige to Israel will nut be for-
gotten.
Rabbi Mayer Abramow it/'s ef-
oits in enlisting new workers
nd promotional ideas, program-
ning for meetings and public
vents helped the Fund and its
vorkers greatly.
Zev W Rogan'S dream of es-
abli8hing Mei Ami and his con-
WILLIAM BORNSTEIN
tinuous efforts in presenting new-
ideas for fund-raising, directing
and administrating the many
tasks needed to keep the Jewish
National Fund before the public
have been especially creative
Calendar of Activities
In October. 1965. Max anil Luba
Fonberg came to the fore, and
established two moves of trees
ill Mei Ami. In November, the
FonbergS were followed by Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Rosen, who have
been giving generously to the
Fund for many years In Decem-
ber. Morris and Florence Minov,
tireless workers, were chosen
"The Jewish National Fund
Couple of the Month.'"
^>inccrc lAJishes lor ^/r
SAMUEL SEGAL, GABBI of TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL
wishes a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year
to the President, the Officers, Cantor. Members,
his family and friends. Gmar Chasema Tova.
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ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
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During Chanuka. the commun-
ity honored Bernard Silver and
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Levin, who
contributed 6.000 trees to the
Baal Shem Tov Forest. The event
was marked at a Chanukah cele
bration at the Fontainebleau Mo-
tel, starring Cantor Saul Breeh
Highlight of 1965 was the Dee
6 Development Dinner. Over
1.000 persons attended the din
ner at the Fontainebleau. and
were inspired by the address of
former Gov. George Leader, of
Pennsylvania, and Peter Lawford,
motion picture star.
In January, the New Year's ac-
tivities began with the choosing
of Mrs. Abraham (Clara) Mason
as Woman of the Month."
In the same month, the Hebrew
teachers of Greater Miami were
honored by the Jewish National
Fund, in conjunction with the
Bureau of Jewish Education, in
appreciation of the efforts by
the teachers to promote the JNF
annual tree-planting project on
Tu B'Shevat by the children of
our community's religious schools
Miami Beach school children
planted two groves of trees in
the Children's Woodland ot the
John F. Kennedy Peace Forest,
in a project supported by Rclig
iou.s Schools. Special mention
should be made of Knesseth Is
r.iel Congregation which, under
the leadership of Rabbi David
I.ehrtield and Louis Dublin, pies
ident, supported an annual appeal
on behalf of JNF
Annual Tag Day Drive
Under the chairmanship of
Mrs. Jacob D. (Beulah) Davis,
over 500 volunteer workers par-
ticipated in the annual JNF Tag
Day Drive on Jan. 16. Mesdames
Hose Marcus. Fannie Werner and
MoIIie Skell raised S100 or more,
and received tokens of appreci
ation.
Mr. and Mrs. Ezra (Mollie) were
named "Couple of the Month'"
in February and established a
project in Mei Ami. The Purun
Seudah. held on Mar. 6. honored
Jacob C. Fishman. vice president
of the JNF Council, and 16 other
workers who recovered from
serious illnesses. At this party.
Rabbi Milton Arm was guest
speaker. Lionel Ames was guest
artist.
Another highlight of the year
was the Irving Schatzman dinner
at the Fontainebleau on Apr. 20.
Mendel Fisher, national JNF lead
er, who spearheaded the Mei Ami
project, was principal speaker.
Molly Stark was guest artist. Dr.
I,ehrman and many Emanu-El
members came to honor Irving
Schatzman.
On May 8. the JNF held its
annual Foundation dinner. Speak-!
er was well-known lecturer and
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writer, Dr. Sidney Marks. Eva
Blum produced a play, and Sally
Dernier offered a repertoire of
Hebrew and Yiddish songs.
On June 8. an attorney's lunch-
eon was held in the JNF offices
under the chairmanship of Her-
bert S. Shapiro, at which the
Foundation for the Jewish Na-
tional Fund was discussed and
future plans for the development
of the JNF in Israel were re-
vealed. Dr. I^hrman is overall
chairman of the Foundation here.
Most outstanding event of the
year was undoubtedly the John
F. Kennedy pilgrimage and a visit
to Mei Ami by a group of 40
Jewish community leaders to Is-
rael. They departed on June 23,
and from that day to their return
to the U.S.. they were the guests
of ambassadors and consular of-
ficials of all nations they visited.
At the Memorial
At the Kennedy Memorial. Ko-
gan and I-eon J. Ell dedicated
the pylon of William and Kate
Bornstein. representing the State
of Florida. Our delegation was
honored at the convocation which
followed.
Another thrill was the visit to
Mei Ami the second for many
in the pilgrimage.
Our first large activity for the
coming year 5727 will be the Mei
Ami Founders dinner which will
be held at the Fontainebleau
Hotel on Dec. 4. A tremendously
interesting program is now being
firmed up by Zev Kogan, Rabbi
Lehrman and Rabbi Abramowitz.
The founders dinner will mark
our opening to redeem our
pledge to Mei Ami that we wilt
raise S5.000.000. The goal for
this year is si.ooo.ooo.
The JNF dinner committee re-
sponsible for the success of the
various projects during this past
year consisted of the following
Rakhl Mayer Al.runiowlt, Mr. :i"'l
Mi.-. Max Vffiictdiier Benjamin Ae-
i-i. .vii.ii.. s Blalnlenkl. Mi i-
M, Kv;, Ilium, Mr-. Ida
i:.... n|mn, Wlllluni Itornmeln, Mr
Kail) I ' Mirhni i i' ni i. In, llni ry !'
Mi mhI Mi Er,i I'in. ...lii. J .....i
Kixhnian, Mr. and Mr*. Mux V\m-
In it. Vbmham h'raldlin. Ma} -li
KYtedhent, Ml llolx rl (ini '. Hi-
Mi--.- I.ill inn .mi l'.-1 ii. i- (iflOflman,
A. M. i lr.'--m.i n. Abraham Grunhut.
Mr .ni.l Ml Max II--. hi, Mr :m I
Mi- I'.c.i 11.11. r Sam KltKHtl, Mr
;, ,.l Ml Bel ii.u-.i Kutl, '/ i W,
Kogan.
Sam Kopklnd, Mr- Jowenh Krnntx,
Ki i i.-. I ir Kabbl Irv Inn
Lehrn an, M I Serai lip. I i>li '.
Mr-, l.i.iiis l.u-ii^. Mrs Abraham
.\l.i>..n. Mr. nnl Mr* Morrla Mlm.v,
Mi.-. Mil In in I"-. --. I i Rl fkln,
Mr and Mr- Hiirr.v Knrn Mi ii nd
Mi- Jullui l:. .-.N-i. in. Morrix Sack,
Mi.-. Kamii. i Saek, Mi. and Mi*.
Hnm s.h i. in... Irvlnv Sehaixman,
ml Mr* Widff. Shklalr lieu
S;l\. r. Ill i mini Sllvi-r. M I nd Mm
.1 V. Sladlnn, Ifcivld Klein, Kim-ui
Tel. nbaum, Mm i Yudew itz, Ben
Vnllie, Mi- Ida W. : in.l
Mr- Slninn Wilenakv, In and Mr*
I..... V.XY ... 1 III .. .11
Miami Hebrew Academy
Continued from Page 9-B
welfare funds, federations, and
community councils have not as
yet begun to give recognition to
the day school movement. It is
difficult to understand why these
community councils fail to realize
that Jewish community support
of Hebrew Academies is as much
a part of the democratic ideal as
is our obligation'to maintain a
vigorous, free public school sys-
tem.
We. in this community, as well
as the hundreds of other day-
schools throughout the country.
have been staggering under a
financial crisis resulting in an
increase in pupil enrollment with
out a corresponding increase in
Uie funds to maintain our
schools. Welfare funds through-
out the country might well real-
ize that since the day school is
an educational community insti
tution servicing every segment of
Jewish life, we should be sup-
ported and maintained in the
same way that the traditional
health and welfare institutions at
home and. overseas services are
assisted.
RABBI ALEXANDER GROSS
Academy Principal
It is our prayer that the year
5727 will see the furthtr growth
of maximum Jewish education in
the community and that our lead
ership will accord the Academy
the primacy and importance it
deserves.
Bankers Forum Set for Miami
Frank Smathers Jr. has been ap-
l>ointed chairman of the steering
committee of the Commercial
Bankers Forum, the first of the
annual seminars to be held at the
Dupont Plan Hotel on Nov. 17 to
18 for more than 300 senior exec-
utives and officers of Florida
banks.
The yearly forums are being
launched by the University of Mi-
ami and sponsored by the Florida
Bankers Association, the Greater
Miami Clearinghouse Association
and the School of Business Admin-
istration and Division of Continu-
ing Education of the University ot
Miami.
Smathers, who is chairman of
the board of the Miami Beach
First National Bank, United Na-
tional Bank and (oral Gables
First National Bank, explained
that the symposiums are designed
to present practical and theoreti
cal thinking on problems facing
the Florida banking industry to
day.
In addition to Smathers. the
steering committee for the forum
includes Leonard I.. Abess, chair
man of the board. City National
Group: Harry Hood Bassett. chair
man of the board. First National
Bank of Miami: William H. Dial,
president. First National Bank of
Orlando and president, Florida
Bankers Association: Tully F Dun
lap. president. Riverside Bank.
Leonard A. I'sina. chairman of the
board. Peoples Bank Grojp: and
Dr. Clark E. Myers, dean, School
of Business Administration. I'm
versify of Miami.
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Iday, September 23, 1966
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[Iii conjunction with the Yom Kippur memorial
| services at Temple Ner Tamid on Saturday,
presentation of colors will be made by tne
Harry H. Cohen. Surfside Bay Harbor Branch
723 of the Jewish War Veterans in the Main
Sanctuary. Special mention will be made of
those men and women who hove givsn their
lives in the service of their country, and Rabbi
Eugene Labovitz will offer prayers of peace.
Members of the post (left to riaht) are Mitchell
Reiner, Aaron Eisen&tein, Meyer Leshen, Rab-
bi Labovitz.
:r;c Sevareid to Open Cultural Series
it New Temple Judea Here on Nov. 15
Eric Sevareid intcrnationallv-
K'nowncd news commentator, will
open the 1966-67 Temple Judea
I'ultural series on Nov. 15 at the
"oral Gables synagogue's new
fiome at 5500 Granada Blvd.
l>r Charles Rosenfeld and Mrs.
iGeorge Batim were named co-
lihainnen of the series committee
[by Joseph Krefet/. president of
temple Judea. Rabbi Morris A
kipper serves ;is consultant to the
'cultural series committee.
Ralph Renick, vice president
(or news of television station
WTVJ, will introduce Sevareid,
correspondent of the Columbia
Broadcasting System, of which
| Ch. 4 is the South Miami outlet.
Four toher programs of the cul-
ii.il series, entitled "An Invita-
ton to Discovery," will be held
In Nov. 29. Jan. 14. Jan. 25, and
reb. 19. Later programs "ill deal
\\\h philosophy, art, religion, and
lusic.
Temple Judea currently is i'"
tiling patrons and sponsors for
e cultural series, a major feature
the dedication year of the con-
legation.
Sevareid. whose penetrating and
Ighly regarded news analyses cov-
prig the national and internation-
scene are beard regularly on
He nightly broadcasts of CHS
vening News With Walter C'ron-
Ite, is one of the broadcasting
paternity's most distinguished
embers,
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he received in November. 1964.
His move to the Washington Bur-
eau of CBS News from CBS News
headquarters in New York City-
was made in order io afford per-
sonal and continuing contact with
key government officials, politi-
cians and diplomats.
Sevareid, together with CBS
News Correspondent Charles Col
lingwood, look part in "An How
with Ed Murrow," a moving trib-
ute to the late Edward R Murrow.
whose reporting, like Sevareid's,
for 25 years had been in the high-
est tradition of CBS News.
Last year, Sevareid was on
the CBS News team for the ex-
tensive coverage of the state
funeral of Sir Winston Church-
ill, reporting with CBS News
Correspondent Walter Cronkite
from New York. He also was the
anchor man of the critically ac-
claimed CBS News Special
"1945."
His political analyses were a dis-
tinctive feature of the CBS News
coverage of the 1964 Republican
and Democratic conventions and
the election. He was one of the
mainstays of the CBS News cover-
age of Presidential elections in
1048, 1952 and 1956. Sevareid also
look part in CBS News' extensive
coverage of President Lyndon B.
Johnson's Inauguration.
Sevareid served in the Wash-
ington Bureau Ol CBS News troin
1941 to 1943 and from 1946 to
1959. part of the latter period as
CBS News chief Washington Cor-
respondent This was followed in
1959 by two years in lx)ndon as
roving European Correspondent.
From 1961 U) 1964 he was based
in New York.
Sevareid also has moderated
many other distinguished broad-
casts, including "The Great Chal-
lenge," "Years of Crisis" and
"Where We Stand." These assign-
ments were in addition to report-
ing numerous CBS Reports pies
entations.
Grunhut to Be
Beach ZOA Prexy,
Liebman Speaker
Abraham A. Grunhul will be in
stilled as new president of the
Miami Beach Zionist District on
Monday evening at the Fontaine
bleau Hotel. Rabbi David Shapiro
of Hollywood, Fla., president ol
the seven-State Southeast Region
ZOA. will be in charge of the cer-
emony,
Guesl speaker for the meeting
will be Seymour B. Liebman, au-
thor lecturer and world traveler.
who has been living in Mexico for
the past six years.
A former resident of Israel,
where he was an officer with
the Bank Lcumi Le-lsrael, Grun-
hut was recently cited by the
National Zionist Organization
for "outstanding work on behalf
of the ZOA Foundation on Wills
and Bequests."
Organizations in which he
live include Ihe Jewish National
Fund, Technion, Hebrew: Univer
sity, Israel Bonds, Elks Techni-
on, and South P.eaeh Chapter of
the American Association for the
United .Nations which he served as
president.
Liebman. a past president of
i Ihe Southeast Region ZOA, has
' served as a member of the nation
at executive council of ZOA. and
| is a past chairman of the Greater
Miami ZOA Presidents" Council.
While in Mexico, he served as
an instructor at the University of
the Americas In Mexico City and
Seymour liebcrmon Abraham Grunhut
delivered lectures for the Mexu
Israeli Cultural Institute He w
be on the faculty at Ihe Mi*i
Hade Junior College this year, m
will participate in a special sei
mar on Latin American Jewry il
Brandeis University.
Other district officers to b*
installed on Monday are vie*
presidents, Irving Pietrack, Wi
liam Smith, William Silversteir
Andre Bialolenki and Julius J
Rcs?nstein; recording and fir
a..:i.:l secretary, Hyman Kat:
ner; corresponding secretary
Herman Wilson; co-treasure
Joseph Fine; and the newl .
elected board of directors.
Evening will conclude with
film on the wine industry of Id-
on le Zion presented bj Pine -
Alotf. Israeli wine authority, I
lowed l>v a social hour.
Beth Tov ladies Annual Dance
Sisterhood of Temple Beth T. i
is sponsoring its annual Yom Ki
pur dance on Saturday beginnit -
at 9 p.m
t^incere LVisncs for -^r
ERIC SEVAREID
Dedication Ball
Set for Sunday
a capaeitj crowd ol more than
300 persons is expected to attend
[a Dedication Ball on Sundav night,
rounding out a month of festivities
attendant to the move of Temple
Judea to its new. S750.000 home
at 5500 Granada Blvd.. Coral
Gables.
The gala, black tie-preferred
function will be held in the nev.
social hall of the congregation. I
Victor Relter, first vice pres
Ident of the congregation, is
chairman of the Dedication Ball,
which will open with a 6:30 p.m.
reception in the contemplation
gardens adjacent to the social hall.
Founders of the new Temple
Judea will participate in a Grand
March, which will open the Ball.
Joseph Krefet/. president, and
Rabbi Morris A. Kipper will take
part in the brief program portion
of the Ball.
Max Deakter, vice president of
Temple Judea and co-chairman of
the Dedication Ball, will make
special presentations to major
benefactors of the new sanctuary.
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Friday, September 23. 1966
United Fund Announces 53,625,000 Goal
As '66 Campaign Gets Under Way Here
The i has announced |
;l >. 625.000 goal for the 1966
Ing ceremonies at
ed 1 und he dquarti rs, !."."
S\V 2nd Ave
Campaign Chairman John H.
Halliburton and chairman of I ho
board, Edward F. Swenson Jr.,
nveiled a six-foot high torch with
the goal figure marked on a bright
.hi flame
Reservations are coming in fast for the Mayor
Elliott Roosevelt Benefit Banguet on Sept. 26
at the Deauville Hotel. Chairman Bob Turchin
(standing third from left) is seen with the^ steer-
ing committee turning in pledges to Variety
Children's Hospital, which will receive all
proceeds from the dinner. Seated are Herbert
"Pinky" Schiffman, Sam A. Goldstein. Leo
Eisenstein, Leon Manne, Arthur R. Courshon,
William Atwill and Arnold Levy. Standing
i'eft to ri"ht) ar Frank Ertew>n. > Ma'^k,
Turchin, Meek Robinette, Leonard Hollander,
William H. Weiss. Henry Oppenheim, Lewis
Shafkin, Murray Goodman and Larry Taylor.
Rabbis Deplore Bade Crime
The Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami this week joined
with the clergymen of other faiths
in an appeal for the eradication
cf crime in Dade County.
The joint resolution, signed by
six clergymen representing the
.piritual leadership of the com-
munity, states:
"As religious leaders of Great-
er Miami, we are so appalled at
the serious breakdown of moral-
ity in our community that we
art compelled to speak out with
one voice urging all fo cast off
their indifference to what is
happening in our midst to
awaken from the apthy that has
permitted such gravely immoral
conditions to develop.
"The tragic immorality risults
irom the failure of individuals and
society to respect and obey the
law of (iod and the civil law of
cur land.
"The strength of the commun-
itj d( pends upon the strength of
the moral fibre of i:> people.
Where grave evil doing is toler-
and condoned by an indif-
ferent society, thai society and its
Individual members gradually but
surely loses their freedom. This is
we ha] pei re our
rery eyes. Currently, Miami has
: ( ol :;. h iic-t crime rates of
i States. How
are we to walk the streets
<: our night? Do
we have the freedom and security
oi property in our home or in our
; ess
"'As religious leaders in this
community, we raise our voices in
e united appeal, hoping that ours
nil] not bt 'the voice of one cry--
n the wilderness.' It is our
moral obligation to point out to
itians and Jews alike the evil
Is enveloping US.
"We urge upon all:
A respect for and obedience
1( the moral and civil law.
A throwing off of our apathy
Harry Rosen, sales repre-
sentaiive at Diamond Motors,
jnc, 2190 SW 8ih St., Miami,
shown with one of the latest
Renault car models, is cur-
rently leading the United
States in Renault sales.
and disregard to the decline of
morality.
A determination to unite
with others in an effort to carry;
out the responsibility we have asi
citizens before God and man to
find the means and methods by
which this blight on our commun-
ity life shall be corrected.
"We ask at this time that:
The ministers, rabbis and
priests impress upon the members
of their congregations the grave
evil that is in our community and
the necessity that all citizens re-
spect and obey the law.
The people of our churches
and synagogues demand that all
law enforcement officers, whether
elected or appointed, be qualified,
be honest and be adequately paid.
The people of our congrega-
Hospital Exec
At St. Pete Meet
Martin Nacman. director of Re
habilitation Services. National
Jew ish Hospi-
tal at Denver.
will serve as
consultant to
t h e Southwest
Florida Tuber-
culosis Hospital.
Nacman was
in St. Peters-
b u r g on Tues-
day to consuit
with represent-
atives of the
hospital, and
Gulf Coast Tu-
berculosis and the Respiratory
Disease Assn., on plans for devel-
opment of a rehabilitation program
there.
NJH is a leading center for re-
habilitation of patients with chron-
ic respiratory diseases.
tions give due respect, honor and
support to the honest law enforce-
ment personnel as they seek to
eradicate vice and corruption."
The statement was signed for
the Rabbinical Association by its
president, Dr. Max A. Lipschitz, of
Beth Torah Congregation; the Rt.
Rev. James L. Duncan. D.D. Suf-
fragan Bishop, Diocese of South
Florida (Episcopal): the Most Rev
Coleman F. Carroll. Bishop. Dio-
cese of Miami (Roman Catholic);
Rev. Luther C. Pierce, executive
secretary, Greater Miami Council
of Churches; Rev. L. E. Whittley,
president. Greater Miami Minister-
ial Association (University Chris-
tian Church); Rev. Edward Gra-
ham, president, Greater Miami
Ministerial Alliance.
Friedman Sound is Distributor
Vincent Vecchone. vice president
of the Borg-Warner Spring Divi-
sion, announces the appointment
of Friedman Sound. Inc.. 3501 Bis-
cayne Blvd., Miami, as exclusive
distributor in Dade Broward and
Palm Beach Counties of Borg-
Warner's eight-track stereo tape
players for cars, homes, boats and
planes. John Weed is president
and general manager of Friedman
Sound.
Nacman
Orchestra Opens
Dollars Drive
Greater Miami Philharmonic
Society is in the midst of a special
campaign, "Dollars for Philharmon-
ic," to collect a dollar from every
person in South Florida who is in-
terested in seeing that this area
maintains a first-class orchestra.
"Immediacy of the appeal has
been created by the urgent need
for funds by the Society," officers
of the Society declared. "This con-
certed drive, geared to the general
public, is not to be confused with
the regular maintenance fund
drive.
"Boat-owners have a special
reason to support the Philharmon-
ic. The orchestra has sponsored the
Family Twilight Concerts at Ma-
rine Stadium, affording boaters the
unique opportunity of attending
the concerts from the comfort of
their own craft."
Famous Closed
On Yom Kippur
A policy of many years standing
Will be observed again this year
as the Famous Restaurant in Mi-
ami Beach closes the eve of Yom
Kippur and reopens the following
evening.
The restaurant will be open
through the weekend, and then on
Monday will close for two and a
half weeks while major expansion
and remodeling are completed.
Reopening is set for Oct. 13,
when almost 100 seats for dinner
guests will have been added.
Morris Lerner and Harry Zuck
erman are associated in the land-
mark restaurant, now in its 21st
year on Washington Ave.
Students Take
Part in Services
At Beth David
Beth P:ivid Congregation is con-
tinuing its tradition of encouraging
'ts teen-agers to read the Torah
chant the Haftorah on the High
Holidays, and serve as cantors.
Robert, son of Mr and Mrs Wil-
liam Tanenhaum. served as cantor
at the special teen-age service con-
ducted by Rabbi Neal Rose, senioi
student at the Jewish Theological
Seminary. Joseph, son of Daniel
Shacter, and Arnold, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sirull. officiated as jun-!
lor rabbis and chanters at the
junior congregation for the High
i Holidays.
On the first day of Rosh Ha-
shona, David, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Stone, read the Tor-
ah in the main synagogue. David,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Stern-
shein, read the Torah at the
special teen-age service and at
the junior congregation. Harold,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Scherr, chanted the Haftorah at
both the teen-age and junior
congregation service.
On the second day, Charles, son
of Mrs. Sara Silverman. read the
Torah in the main sanctuary':
while Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs
Robert Sirull. read at the teen-age
and junior congregation services,
and Sheldon, son of Mr and Mrs.
Robert Delson. chanted the Haf-
torah.
Steven, son of Mr and Mrs. Jer-
ome Lundy. and Norman, son of
Mr. and Mrs Zvl R isenkranz, blew
the Shofar at the junior and teen
age services respectively.
On Yom Kippur, Norman Ros-
enkranz will read the Torah in the
main sanctuary; while Mitchell,
son of Mr. and Mrs Maurice Kell-
ner, will read at the other two
services,
Cantors ai I hanters were pre-
pared by Cantor William W, Up
son, Torah and Haftorah readers,
::- v< II .- ers, were
taught b> Louis Gadon, of the
faculty.
The 'cti C-oal is $2754)00
hiohr *- Hw 1*65 goal of
$3,350 :: ~^e Unitjd Fi/->d
campaign tc ra:ss funds fcr *3
agenciei : rtn through Nov.
22.
This me is Be a Good
Guj Guys Gi
Hall i ice ; sid< I "f
flight ations, E item Air-
line-. Ir.< end Swenson is with
Edward i Swenson fend Company.
Unite) Fund officially opened
ts cai Tuesday, at the An-
nual Hes : tisiriess and indus-
try lunchei meeting at the New
Evergh tel.
Mor thl I of Da : s business
and laboi leaden attending the
event wert, Iricfed about the 1966
campaign
Michael G. O'Neil. president oRjj
the General Tire and Rubber Com-
pany, was main speaker (apt. Hal-
liburton prtsided over the event,
and the Most Rev. Coleman F.
Carroll. Bishop. Miami Catholic Di-
ocese, gave the invocation.
Mrs. Weintraub
Heads Campaign
Governer Candidate Robert
King High has announced the ap-
pointment rf Mrs. Claire Wein-
traub, of Miami, as chairman of
his Dade County Women's Com-
mittee Mrs James Byrne, of
Miami, and Mrs. Dick Merill. of
Miami Beach, were named co-
chairmen.
"Our cemmittee is mapping
plans for the most far-reaching
campaign ever conducted in Dade
County tt interest women in the
forthcoming campaign." said Mrs.
Weintraub. "Since women voters
outnumber the men, u.e feel this
| is one of the most Important proj-
ects in the governor's race locally."
Mrs. Weintraub sairi one of the
! first projects of her group would )V
j be to expand the steering commit-
I te of the women's organization
from U< u 1.000 leaoing women
from all sectii ns of the county.
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Maurice Pearlstein, executive
director of the Jewish Home for
the Aged of Greater Miami, has
been appointed to the publications
committee of the Journal of Jew-
ish Communal Service.
The publication is the quarterly
review of professional trends and
developments published by the
National Conference of Jewish
Communal Service.
Pearlstein's appointment is for
three years. He has been execu-
tive director of the Home for the
past 15 years.
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Page 13-B
Hebrew Educators Alliance delegation to the
Conference of the Notional Council of Jewish
Education held in Jerusalem in July are shown
at reception in their honor in the home of the
President cf Israei. Left to right are Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Stein, education director of Adath
Yeshurun. and v:;e president, Hebrew Edu-
cators Alliance; Mrs. Shimon Azulay; Harry
Perach Hebrew Arrdsmv; Mrs. Nathaniel
f; Mis. Jac'.: 2a::iond, Temple Both Sho-
'-r
lorn; Dr. Nathaniel Sorofi, consultant to the
Bureau of Jewish Education; Mrs. Hany Per-
ach, Hebrew Academy; Mrs. Julius Sukenik.
Hebrew Academy; Rabbi Shimon Azulay,
Hebrew Academy, and president of the He-
brew Educators Alliance, who led the delega-
tion to Israel; Rabbi Mohe Aspes, Hebrew
Academy. Not shown are Mr. and Mrs. Herzl
Honor, education director, Temple Judea; and
Mrs. Moshe Aspes, Hebrew Academy.
Architects Mama
* Treister To Guild
Former Miamian
Named Professor
A* Marquette U.
Native Miamian Dr. Sidney E
Grossfa '"'. a Markle scholar in
medic sciences at Cornell Uni-
/ersity. has been appointed profes-
sor anJ chairman of the microbi-
ilogy and imrnunologv depart-
'(>'' at the Marquette University
Medical School in Milwaukee.
Mich.
Dr. Grossbfrg. 36. has been an
assistant professor of microbi-
ology at Cornell since 162. and in
1964-65, he was a visiting investi-
gator at the Pasteur Institute in
Paris, France, where he worked
with Dr. Andre Lai off. winner of
the li'ti.j Nobel prize in physiology
and medicine.
Siit: .:' Mr- Anita Grossberg,
2385 S.v 27th La., and the
Larrj Gi Dr Gros
received his early education in Mi-
ami, and also taught Hebn
Beth David Congregation
Married to Dr Josette Gr -
berg, the couple have two boys,
Daniel 6 and Leslie 3.
Recently returned from an August tour of Israel, Paris and
iondon are Mrs. Freda Dresner (right), cf 3515 SW 1st
ive.. Miami; her daughter, Mrs. Herbert Marantz (center);
|nd granddaughter. Gail B. Marantz (left), of 1800 SW 86th
Ive.. three generations of Miami residents. They are shown
landing in front ct the Hadassah-Hebrew University Medical
lenter synagogue ::i Jerusalem. Gail is a junior at the Uni-
eisity ci Miam:, -r.d hopes to return
ture.
to Israel in the near
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WISHING YOU A
^APPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR
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^21 Washington Ave. 1354 N E l3 5-.
Miami Dwell N.MJ.mrttx*
f s l3rvision of Rabbi k fcekovek?
The Guild for Religious Archi-
tecture, Washington, D.C., has ac-
cented into professional member-
-!.! 1 enneth Trei ter 655 NW
60th SI
\ raduate ol tl sity of
Flo la. prac-
tie for nine \ ir<
b '. if The Ai Institute of
I he i luild for It
lecture was founde I ii 194
of ii chitect s, i raff jmen and
religious leaders t" promote ex-
ce >>; n religious
arch lecture and allied arts
Y
Girts to Help
Program Here
I'ndor the supervision of Mrs.
Betty I.ou Barbieri. of the Miami
Office of Economic Opportunity,
Omega Delta Psi Girls Club of the
ym and WHA of Greater Miami
will participate in the Operation
Headstart Program. The program
will commence Oct. 1
Girls in the club will work at
Frances Tucker Elementary
School in Coconut Grove from 9
a.m. to 12 noon every Saturday.
Omega Delta Psi chairman. Carol
Levin, and her committee mem-
bers. Wendi Blinski. Nanci Brown.
Candi Fein. I.ynne Jaffee and
Nancy Seidler, anticipate working
over 800 hours on the project.
Omega hopes for field trips and
parties, in addition to arts and
crafts, library, music and sports.
El AI Sells
Outdated Jet
JERI SALEM fJTA) El Al
Israel \. lii i has sold thi
of its Britannia Turboprop planes
and thus become an all jet airline
The Brittania reportedlj *
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Opts-Mrs, Clwb
Starts Season
Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach
started off the season with a mem-
bership coffee at the Lighthouse
Restaurant on Tuesday.
Program for the afternoon was
a film presentat'on of the Monta-
nari Clinical School in Eiialeah
where the club maintains scholar
ships for emotionally-disturbed
children. Mrs. Ruth Griffin, exec-
utive director of the school, offer-
ed the narrat;on.
Chairman of the "Get-Acquaint-
ed Party'' was Mrs. Frank Nankin,
with Mrs. Lawrence Weston in
charge of arrangements, Serving
on the membership comn ttee
were Mesdames Al Gottlieb, Ed-
win Henig, Sam Hirsch, [rving
Kern and Stanley Peal. President
of the group is Mrs. Sy Silverman,
CX. SIDNEY GROSS36SG
UN Has New
Program Series
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Tuesday Meet for
Florida Seniors
Florida Senior Citizens Club 2
plans to meet on Tuesday. 7:30
p.m.. at Miami Beach Federal. 755
Washington Ave.
Program will include a talk by
Andre B'alolenki. president. Mi-
Youth Clubs Set
At Beth Am Now
Beth Am Youth Group, an af-
filiate of the National Federation
of Temple Youth, for tenth gn
ers and up. plans to meet even
Monday 7:30 p.m., in the Youth
Lounge, according to Ellen Sher-
man, president.
New club-, are being organ-zed
this vear for eighth and ninth
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ami Beach Chapter of the United graders, with Gary Canr.er. direc
Nations. His topic will be "Is
World Peace Possible'.' '
The expanding Medicare pro-
gram will be discussed by Manny
Arnold, president. Dade County
Council for Senior Citizens
Last item on the agenda will be
a musical program
Brotherhood Sets
Holiday Dance
Brotherhood of Beth
Am will host the post-Yom Kippur
dance on Sunday. 0 p.m. in the
Social Hall
Macey Schaffer, presi lent, has
appointed I in, Don Carlin
and Saul Von Za nft to I
of the affair Non
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Music v. '
tor of the piogram. in charge. The
clubs will be for eighth grade girls,
eighth and ninth grade boys, and
ninth grade girls.
Jerome Robinson is in char
the high school students. Cotillion
classes, with Mrs Beatrice En
as cha'rman. are slated for an
early start.
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rom
Fage 14-B
vJewist fhorldliairi
Friday, September 23. 1966
Oscar B. Schapiro. treasurer of Kneseth Israel
Congregation, meets with former Israel Prime
Minister David Ben-Gurion (in photo at left)
t Ben-Gurion's home in Sde Boker. Schapiro
was in Israel this summer, where he was in-
vited to Sde Bcker for the hour's discussion on
American and Israeli Jewish relations. In
10,0 at riqht. Rabbi David Lehrfield, spiritual
leader ot Kneseth Israel, receives the degree
c.t Doctor of Hebiew Letters from the Itri Grad-
uate Center for Advanced Jewish Studies in
Jerusalem from Ben-Gurion, who is a faculty
member at the Center. Locking on at the cere-
mony in Ben-Gurion's home in Negev is Rabbi
M. Elefnrt. dean of the Itri Institute. Rabbi
Lnhrfield's thesis was on the life of Moses
Maimonides, and will shortly be published as
a preface to the Maimonides medical manu-
scripts.
Food Fair Names
Fine Vice Pres,
Of National Chain
Directors of Food Fair Stores,
Inc., recently elected Ronald L
Fine, of Miami a vice president of
the company. He is assuming tin
orporate posl formerlj held by
[ack M. Friedland, who was elect
d presidenl of Food Fair Stores
hi Aug. 16
The new vice presidenl will be
in charge of Food Fair's chain
vide real estate, construction and
naintenance operations
Food Fair, the nation's fourth
largest retail food chain, operate
more than 550 supermarkets along
the eastern seaboard, in Califoi
nia and Nevada
Classes Meet
At Tifereth Jacob
Hebrew School classes at Tern
pie Tifereth Jacob are held from
4 to 5:30 p.m., Monday throu l
Thursday. All classes are taught
by Rabbi Maurice Klein, with Mrs
Etta Gold assisting in the instruc
lion of beginning Hebrew.
Sunday School classes are held
from 9:30 to 11 a.m. Sunday School
teachers are Leon Goldberg, Mrs
Eileen Neidich, Miss Sharron Sil
vennan Saul Silverman and Mrs
Etta Gold.
Fine, an attorney and member
of the Florida Bar. is a long-tlmi
food Fair executive who serve*
ii a similar capacity in the supei
narket chain's Southern Division
\i ink- based in Miami He joinec
Food Fair's Real Estate Depart
men) in July. 1957. and rose ti
director of the department.
lie subsequently became dlrecto
,i the Southern Division's depart
ments of law, construction, main
lenance, and civic affairs He hai
been an integral part of thi
chain's rapid southern expansioi
during the past decade, both ii
supermarkets and J. M. Fields
department stores.
Gomes Night for Israel
"Aid to Israel games night is
being sponsored by the Murray
Solomon ladies Auxiliary. Jewish
War Veterans, on Tuesday evening
;,i Temple Zamora. Chairmen are
Mi- Leonora Lehman and Mrs.
Myer Cohen
3B Anniversary
Scheduled Here
Bernard Langberg has been
named chairman of the Mass Ml et
ing celebrating the 123rd anni-
ersary oi the founding of B'nal
B'rith
The fund ion will be held ou
Thursday, Oct. 13, 8 p.m., at the
Surfside Community Cent*
Appointed to the committee
uric Judge Milton A. Friedman
Mauric .1 Finegold, Mrs Johi
Benjamin, Mrs Michael Light and
Mrs Joseph Morgan
Langberg is vice presidei i of
he Florida State Association of
Tnai B'rith Lodges
Main speaker will be David
ilumberg, national chairman ol
he membership cabinet oi B'nai
; lit i
orum Talk by Dr. Wolf son
"Natural Beauty and Happi-
ness" will be the topie of a lee-
ure by Dr. Abraham Wolfson be-
ore the Spinoza Forum for Adult
'.(location on Thursday, lu a.m .
ii Washington Federal. 1234
Washington Ave.
British visitor. Gerry Rosen (left), is greeted by Efraim H.
Gale, executive director of the Greater Miami YM and WHA.
Rosen is sports director of the Association for Jewish Youth
in London, counterpart of the YMHA in Enqland. His journey
started lune 25, and he returns home on Sept. 5.
Bureau Dinner To
Honor Cohen And
Ossip. New Prexy
Leonard Zilbert, vice presidenl
of Riverside Memorial Chapels,
has been named chairman of the
25th annual dinner ol the Bureau
oi Jewish Education, to be held on
Nov. 20 al the Diplomat Country
Club.
The dinner will salute Joseph
Cohen, retiring presidenl of the
Bureau, for "many contributions
and services to the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education."
Zilbert. a vice president of the
Bureau, said the program will in-
clude a dramatic narrative of the
history of the Bureau with a cast
of those who participated in the
functions oi the Bureau from its
inception.
The annual diner suDntme~<
the funds needed to continue the
Bureau's Central Hebrew H.jn
School and College of Jewish
Studies.
The Bureau's accreditation pro
gram for qualified schools will also
be implemented In November.
Installation ol the Bureau's new
president. Albert E. Ossip. and
other officers, will also take place
al the dinner
Cruise Ship
'Family Plan1
Extended Here
The special "family plan" rati
inaugurated this summer by the
Peninsular & Occidental Steamship
Co. will be extended through the
Oct. 31 sailing of the SS Florida.
vice president and general man-
ager, Kenneth A. Osborne, an
nounced
Children under 21 can sail from
Miami to Nassau on a three day
cruise for S10 plus taxes, and for
SIS plus taxes on a fourda;
cruise providing that they are a(
companied by two adults paying
full fare
A special "Senior Citiien" rate
for passengers sailinq between
Miami and Nassau on the SS
Florida has also been announced.
The rate of $50 plus taxes tor
Ihe three-daj cruise and $55 for
the four-da) sailing applies to men
(i.! and over and ladies (ii or more,
either individually or in groups
The rate will be in effect
through the final sailing of the SS
Florida on Oct. 31.
The lo.uoo-ton transatlantic
cruise liner SS Miami will begin
regular three- and four day service
between Miami Beach and Nassau
on Nov. 18.
Speakers who addressed the first breakfast meeting of the
season of the Junior High classes of Temple Beth Sholom on
Salurday are Ruth Levine. Marsha Steiner and Barbara Levy
who attended Union of American Hebrew Congregations
camps during the summer and gave a report on their experi-
ences. Ruth and Barbara were at the Coleman Camp in
Cleveland, Ga., and Marsha, who is president of Temple
Beth Sholom Youth (Beshtyt. attended the National Federation
of Temple Youth Camp in Warwick, N.Y. Rabbi Leon Kronish
spiritual leader of the congreaation, presided at the breakfast,
and Assistant Rabbi Daniel Franzel discussed qualifications
for camp scholarship. Felix Bertisch, director cf education at
Beth Sholom. also addressed the breakfast.
ISADOKi SCHWARTZ
Society Elects
Schwartz Again
Unanimously reelected, Isadore
Schwartz will serve the Sisterhood
Chesed Shel F.mess for a second
term as president
other officers on the 196(Wfl
slate are Mrs. Alex Staid. Mrs
Sarah Fidel. \ ice presidents: Mrs
Fred Ochs, corresponding secret-
;,ry; Mrs. Harry I'ersonik, record
ing secretary; Mrs. Sam Geltner.
financial secretary and treasurer.
Board members include Mrs.
Anna Cohen, Mrs Ilyman P. Gal
but. Mrs. Kd Miller and Mr
Nathan Ginaburg.
Beth Am Has
Member Coffee
Svkkoth Party Scheduled
A coffee for new members of
Temple Beth Am Sisterhood was
held here at the home of Mrs
Melvin Ix-vinson. 12700 SW 64th
Ct. Among those attending were
Golden Age Friendship Club of Mrs. George Malin. Sisterhood
the YMHA will celebrate its sec- president, and Mrs. Herbert Baum
ond annual Sukkoth party on Sun- yard, wife of Rabbi Baumgard.
day Oct. 2. 1:30 p.m.. at the "Y." spiritual leader of the temple.
Children of the Temple Emanu-El Solomon
Schechter Day School celebrate the High Holy
Days with song and prayer. Left to right are
Diana Fine, April Genuth, Jacob Hollander,
Ira Buchwald. Sarah Rubinstein, and Deborah
Bicky. Rabbi Arthur Hollander, director of the
school, said that "this year pupils are showing
greater interest in Jewish ritual than ever be-
fore." Dr. Irving Lehrman is spiritual leader of
Temple Emanu-El.


hday, September 23, 1966
fJewlsii noradicJin
Page 15-E
HERMAN WCINTRAUB
!0A Leader,
feintraub.
lies Here at 76
|Hcrman Weintraub, 76, of 1100
est Ave., noted Zionist leader,
ed here Sept. 18.
resident of Miami Beach for
past eight years, Mr. Wein-
^ub came here from the Bronx,
If., where he was organizer and
st president of the Hungarian
nip of Zionists.
He was, for the past 20 years,
I member of the National Exec
(live Council of ZOA, and serv-
.is treasurer of the Miami
each Zionist District for the
1st six years.
le also belonged to the Agu-
|h Israel Hebrew Institute of
ami Beach, which he had served
president, Kneseth Israel Con-
nation, Greater Miami Hebrew
ademy board, and Panania
ige of the Odd Fellows.
Ir. Weintraub is survived by his
fe, Sadie,
ervices were held Sept. 20 at
Riverside Memorial Chapel in
York City.
session of the German Cardio-
logical Society.
A man of varied interests. Dr.
Kisch served as curator <>f Yale
University's Edward Clark Streeter
Col led ion of Weights and Meas-
ures, iind was a consultant to the
Smithsonian Institute on this sub
ject. In 1949. Dr. Kisch organized
the American College of Cardio-
logists. He served as the organ-
ization's president from 1931-53.
He developed the world's first
electronic microscope and his re-
search into the structure of heart
fibers opened up a new field of
medical investigation.
Dr. Kisch was in Bad Nauheim
for health reasons at the time of
his death. He resided in Brooklyn
and is survived by his wife, Ruth,
an assistant professor of music at
Yeshiva University's Stern College
for Women; a son Arnold, who is
on the faculty of the University
of California Medical School; and
two daughters, Charlotte and Be-
gins.
"Miracle Worker1
Presented Here
The "Miracle Worker, as per-
formed on Broadway, was pre-
sented by the Junior High Theatre
Workshops of the YM and WHA
of Greater Miami on Sept. 17 and
18.
Students in the cast were Vicki
Beldingreen, Sue Lerner, Gene
Marker, Charles Weinstein, Bar-
bara Glasson. Marcie Swisko, Jenny
Kleinman, Lauren Trilling. Gail
White, Susan Schoenberg, Doreen
Nadler, Danielle Chinsky, Linda
Shapiro, Kim Gordon. I^eslie Co-
hen, Terry Cohen, Lana Wiess,
Bonnie Wiess, Gail Friedman. Bene
Svitavsky, Jon Svitavsky, Joanne
Harvest.
Berlin. Max, gg of 1251 Normandy
l>r., died Kept. is. Services in Hai-
timorc. Kiv.rt.iil.-.
ESFORMES, .Mrs. Flora, 84. of M21
Alton Rd died Sept. 18. Riversld.
PERESECHENSKY. Samuel, Si, ..I
I ON itth si. manners.
STARKE. Mr* Bbnla, 75, ol 1300 Baj
ltd., died Bept. is. Services iii New
York City. Riversld)
WILHARM, Mrs. Anna Mae, 7. of
1382 m: 177th St., died Bent. is.
Riverside.
BAIDA. DuVid TohlBS, IS, of 1043 NE
177th Si., DUNBAR, William Lawrence, 7T. of
36 Star Island, died Kept, IS. River-
sill.
FRIEDLANDER. David W S nt ".
Malaga Ave., died s. pi. 17. Cordon.
WALIS. Edward, M, of 1500 May ltd,
tiled Sept. 16. Klvernlde,
SCHATZ. Mrs. lielle i... 70, .,f 1949
NE 17.11,1 St, Services n New York
City Klnsberg
BELMONT, Mis. Madeline, 84, of 1340
Alegriano Ave.. died Bent. 13. Riv-
erside.
ROSENSON, Cecelia ftoldberg, 7:'. ..f
til" sit, s, ,ii,.,i s.pi, is. Services
in Philadelphia. Newman.
Town Clerk Uses Job
BUENOS AIBES (WNS)
Luis Pitman, town clerk of San
Lorenzo, has been fired from his
post because he is a Jew, according
to a report appearing in two local
newspapers.
LEGAL NOTICE
Menorah Reveals
Expanded Studies
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
Mi- undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name
of C< lIN-O-WASH OP MILLER
HEitsiiTS, at : i l S.W. :; Street,
Miami, Florida, In* nd to register s,j.i
I name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Hade County, Florida.
ALFISKIi RERUMANN and
I LSI: HEKQMANX,
Sole (\\ n.-rs
HENRY Ni IRTl >N
Altornej for Applicants
I4M Blscayne Building
Miami, Florida
I 9 0-10-21-30
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C10129
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
REBECCA Ri tliiNSON,
Plaintiff,
vs.
PRYMI .- ROBIN BON,
I f.-ll.l;. nl.
Tt : FRY Ait s ROBINS) >\"
,, General I > liver)
Wlllacoochee, Georgia 3167.0
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Complaint for Divorce has.
eli Sculptor
led in Crash
IUSALEM (JTA) David
ibo, a well-known Israeli
lor, died here when a motor
^r which he was riding crash-
ed into a chain road barrier on
Mount Zion. He was in his early
Pulombo executed the im-
metal gates of the Tent
emberance at the Yad
, the memorial to the mar-
the holocaust, as well as
tes to the new Knesset
which was officially ded-
last week.
Temple Menorah announces an
expanded Junior High Department '" en 'Hod against you, and iou an
! in its Religious School. An especial-: her''
ly-prepared program, under the
supervision of Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz, will be put in effect
for seventh, eighth and ninth
graders.
Taking into consideration in-
dividual differences, the Junior
High will ibe divided into two
groups the Hebrew-Oriented and
the non-Hebrew-oriented. Both de- .
partments will climax their studies vmsW. 7tn sir!"t
in the confirmation year, ninth Miami, Florida
grade, which is taught by Rabbi By PAU1* ^OIMAXX
Abramowitz.
of
ir Answer thereto on th. Plaintiff's
Attorney, PAl'L. col.lack. 1700
N.W. 7th Street. Miami. Florida, and
ill. ih.- original answer in the office
of the Clerk of The Circuit Court on
or before the 24th .la> of October,
1S66, otherwise a Decree Pro Con-
i*. .--.. will i.. .hi.-reti against you.
DATED this zlat da) of September,
1966.
K. II I.KATMKRMAN
Clerk of ih.- circuit court
Hy K. M. IjYHAN
Deputy Cll rk
EXCEL AND POLLACK
9 2 :-:!" 10/7-14
Cardiologist Dies
In W. Germany
^V YORK
Bvices were held in Jcrusa-
B Dr. Bruno Z. Kisch. noted
Bgist and medical director
Mn.i University. He died in
tad Nauheim, West Germany, at
e age of vti
^Kisch, a native of Prague,
Slovakia, had been professor
Hliology, biochemistry and
Hental medicine at the Uni-
of Cologne for 11 years
He was forced to flee Nazi
Ion in 1938. He joined the
I of Yeshiva University
after his arrival in the
States and served as that
Bui's medical director for
26 years
52, Dr. Kisch broke a vow
Hra- return to Germany
ggp was invited by Hie Bonn
Men' Bress at the silver jubilee
7---------------
f*m Kippur Donee
a> hand and entertainment
eatured at the post-Yom
nee sponsored by Con-
S'nai Raphael on Satur-
fc>.m., at the temple.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 72114-C
In RE: Estate of
FRANCE* M. OLIVER
I lee, ased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All '*r. dltoi s ami All Pi rsonw
Having claims or liemands Agalnsl
Said Estate:
i ,,ii ..i. hen b) notified and re-
quired to present an* claims and
demands which you mn) hav. agnlnsl
the entali ol I HAM KS M IMJVKK
tli .:i-.i| I.ne oi i .a,i. i',.unit, Flor-
ida, to Hi.- Count) I Klgl I I '.I.I.
County, iii.l file the sal > In duplicate
ml as pi-tn lib il In Section 7M3.lt,
statutes, in Hi, Ir .1 fi, In
in > ',..ii thous. in I tudo I '".in
Ij. Fli iiiia within sis ,.il. m.i.ii
months ir..iii the tint, of th.
publication hereof, or the same will
development of Jewis ?lJF&!^ aXF&!U' ""'
iia RRY V. >u vki:
\ Kx<, utor
Finn publieal .....tf 11> h nol.....
the S3rd ,i.i \ of Sept. mi.. :.
IIK'.\lt\ NORTON
Attorni y for Exeoutor
1400 Blseaj ii. Building
I '.".- 10 10 7-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 71677 B
In RE: Estate of
M v Tin as IMER8HEIN
Deeeaeod.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and aii Persons
Having Claims or I M-inanils Against
.--'.,i,| Dstate:
\t>u an. hereby notified and re-
quired to pnvii nt any clamM and
demands whi.-h you ma> bar. agalnsl
the estate of MATH I AH IMER8HETN
'leetvawe.1 late of I ailo .'ounty. Flor-
The non-Hebrew-oriented Jun-
ior High Department will stress
the historical development of the
Jews and the ethical develop-
ment of their faith. Regular his-
torical texts will be supplanted
by various pamphlets eminating
from the countries about which
the student will be studying.
The ethics of Judaism courses
will be based upon biblical sources,
as well as post biblical literature.
Rituals and current events will
also be a part of the Junior lli^h
studies, which will aim to involve
the student in understanding the
as in evoking a response in per
sonal ritual practices.
Yehuda Segal, newly-appointed
principal of Temple .Menorah
Religious School, will supervise
the studies of the newly-created
Junior High at Temple Menorah,
as well as administer the expand-
ing Religious School studies.
Circle Schools
Hold Registration
Registration is open in the
Workmen's Circle afternoon
schools.
Class is held Monday and Wed-' <>} '" ''"""'> Judge*
, aenn run oilnly. anil llle III. same In duplicate
nesday, 3 to 6 p.m.. at 8500 SW and as provided In Heetlon 7JS.M.
8th St., Tuesday and Thursday Florida statutes, in their offices in
the County Courthouse in Dad* coun-
ty. Florida, within si\ calendar
from the lime of th. first
Affie win
afternoons, at 1545 SW 3rd St.
The Workmen's Circle Schools months'
extend an invitation to Jewish gn,*J^n h,"',of- or ""
parents "to give their children the Dat.
at Miami. Florida, this 80th
knowledge of Jewish culture with- *y of JttJKSB'isftiE: IJS!
out religious rites. It does not seek "*^fS*J
to augment and diversify Jewish' First publication of this nottc......
life and culture, but to provide a j ^m^Il'^i.^ik.'s """"' *"
broad Jewish base upon which the Attorneys f.,r nxeeutrta
child can erect his own Jewish %&%** 3nm
*. ._.__' I 23-10 10/7-14
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 69605 C
III l:l. I. at. ol
\ FtTHI'll I.ANE
Il.....si ,1
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO MAKE APPLICATION
FOR DISTRIBUTION AND
FINAL DISCHARGE
Ni iTH'K is li, i, i.y given that I have
filed ill) Final Rcimii t ami P. Hilon
for l> sn .nun,,n ami Hlnal l Us. I
as Ailiiilnlstratnr .' T.A. ol hi i
inie of Arthur i.an. th ased: and
that on the :'Mh das of I., toner, l66,
will apply to the Honorable County
Judge* ,,i hail. County, Florida, fn
approval of nald Final Repnrl and
for ilistrlbution ..mi final dlxoharga
m Administrator C.T.A. of the estate
Of llle llbOVI -ham. ,1 .1. e. .I.nl This
^'Ist day of September, IMH
HENRV NORTON
Adminli trator '.T.A.
HKNRY KORTON
Attorney
1 toil Illweaj ii. Building
.Miami. Florida
_________9 :-:i..... 7-ti
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREUl U1VE.N that
the undersigned, desiring In engage
in business under the fictitious nun.
of INTERIOR '".vsri.TAN is, at
nil" Bird Road, .Miami, i lor Ida, in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Uadu
County, Florida.
.-/ A VIVA DAVIS
ARONOVITZ, RILVER A. UCHER
Attorneys for Interior Consultants
i)7 Ainsley BulldiiiK, Miami. Florida
__________________________0/18-30 10/7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 72273-B
in RE: Batata of
BERNARD AUERBACH,
lie.-eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
1-lavlns Claims <>i Demands Against
Said Kslate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired tn present any claims ami de-
mands which you ma\ have agalnsl
ih. estate of BERNARD AUERBACH,
deceased late of Dade County. Flor-
ida, the Count) Judges of Dade
County, and file the same in duplicate
ami us provi.ie.l 111 Section 7:13.10,
Florida statutes. In their offleen In
tie County Courthouse In Dude Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months fr..... th. time of the first
publication herof, ..r the same will be
barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 0th
daj ..i Sept. mi., r, A.l'. m^.;
KI.I.A S. AI'ERHACH
\- Executrix
First publication of this notice ,,n
the :::,,l da) September, lihili
SMITH a M \M.|,i:i:
Au, : a. >s for Executrix
4'i7 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
___________ H/23-30 tO/7-14
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 9851
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
CI.AflilA SVlM'l.T,
I'la in I iff.
vs.
CI.KATI'S SYITI.T,
I lefendant.
I". I.IJAI IS SYITI.T
.-" W. Michigan Avenue
ypallantl, Michigan
Ymi, ri.KATi s SYITI.T. are here-
by ii.,iiu.-i thai a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce ins i.....n filed against
you, and you are required to serve a
copj "i your Answer or Pleading to
th. Kill ..r Coinpluiiil on the Plain-
tiffs Attorney, sill. >.\"Ki:i.|i &
FELDMAN, U19 Blscayne Building,
Miami, Florida 83130, and iii. th.
original Answer or Pleading in thi
offli.....f the Cl.ik of the Circuit
Court on or before the L'ltii da) of
iK-tober, 1906. If )ou fail t.. do s..,
iudgmeni by il.-fnull will be taken
agalnsl you for thi r. Ii. f di manded
in llle Hill of Complaint.
DONE AND IRDERED ai Miami,
Flia Ida. this i im da) .,i s. lit. nib. i
A.l>. IB00.
i:. B. LEATHERMAN
. 'lei k 'Ircuil i -.ii-t
l lade Count) Fl< rlda
, Seal) B) k M. I.YM \.\
I.....it. Cli rk
:::-::,. Il
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nth St., Miami. Florida MISS, loca-
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buslnesn offices of Ih. publishers, 120
N.E. 6th St., Miami. Florida 33132.
Publisher, Fred K Shochet, 1211 N E.
th St.. Miami. 1 lorldu SS132; rtltnr,
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Miami. Florida 33132; managing .,h
tor, Fred K, Shochet, 120 N K 6th
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Kh...het. P.O.B, :".;;. .Miami. Florida
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Known bondholders, mortgagees, and
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Ing i pereeni or mere of total amount
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street vendors and counter sales 100
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FRED K SHOCHET, Publisher
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUOGt'S COURT
IN AiND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 67762-B
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IM Al \\ Ito.SENKI. ITT
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
DISTRIBUTION AND
FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE i- hereli} i\. n Hi ll I la,
filed m) Final Report and Petition
Dtstrlbutlon ami Final DI hai n
Is .a the estate ol il YM I .
ROSENBLATT, ileci ,i .....I il,. i
on tli. 7th daj ol Ictobi i. IU66T, w I
appl) In tlu Honorable Cotinl | .ludg. -
of Dade County, Florida, foi appro\ I
.,| said Final Report ami for ,li.~tr
button ami final dischiirg. u l-;.\.-
trla the estate of the above-nan.,
decedent. Thi- 1st da) ,,t Septeml ,
I960
<:il.l>.\ ROSENBLATT, Executrix
TADIANOFF, UAl.i.Kl: .v BROW
Attoi n. i -
I2 Miami B. aoli, Florida
: n-10-24 '
NOTICE UNDER
FICTlllUUS NAME LAW
Ni'Tn i. ia iii.il........y i.N th
ih.- uuuuiaigiieu, ueeiring t., engui
in uiisi... >.- ,...-,.-1- lue II. till.>us luu. -
oi uuuuow a i k.\.n.-~.iiis.su ..\ ,.
CHANOE, at 17:. Northwest JOtf
street, .Miami. Intends i" register -
name with the Clerk of the drc
Court of Dade count), Florida.
BoU.MAIt TRANSMISSION
SERVICE, INC
Harry Bobrow, President
(JOLDMAN, OOLD8TBIN FACZII
Attorneys for Itegistruui
S401 W. Flagler str.-et
Miami, Florida S318S
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 71802-C
In RE: Estate of
ARNElt UREENBERU,
a/k.a ABE OIUIENBERC.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
an.i All Perso -
I lemands Again-'
notified and i
any claims
i
i
To am Credit
Having claims or
Saul Estate:
Yen are hereby
I iii, ,1 :,. present
'i- ni.,i ds v. Ii,, Ii jou may Im .. ugali
the estate of AHNEK tIREENBERi
a k a ABE tillEICNHERt! ill ,-,.,.-- I
late .-i N.w Vork County, v. Y.,i
to th. c.....iis .Iii.Il-.s .,i Dade Count:
and in.- thi same in duplicate and -
provided In s. ctkin 733.10, l'i .ri.
Statut. -. In th. Ir offices in the Counn
Courthouse in Dade County, Floral
within six calendar .....nth- from I i.
H......I th. flrsl publication h
or th.- sain, will be barred
Dated ai Miami. Florida, this
da) ,-i Si pt. mbel. A.D, 1906
' .s.'Alt HARTENRERM
VicTi IR C.AI.Ai: \.\
As Anclllur.v Ex< cutors
First publication of tins notlci
th.- nth day of September. 1966
J< ISII REl'HL'N
\tt..in. y for Anclllarj Exee itora
1370 Washington Avenue,
.Miami Beach, Fla.
_____________ I 9-10-23 0
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (SIVEN thi r
the undersigned, deelring t.. engagi
business iin.l.-r tin- fictitious name (
ci.aza soo, at s.i w.si Avenue, M
nml Beach, Florida, Intends t.. n-n-
Ister said name with llle Cl, rk ,.f II
l.Ircuil Couri of Bade County, Florl.l
Dated al .Miami, Florida this ist
day of Si ptemb. r, \'."w,
ii.i;kt\v..iii> ii.iti:i.. inc.
a Florida corporation
scill.lssii, ,y SCHER
Attorn. >.- for Applicant
iia". Lincoln Road
.Miami Bench, Florida
n 9-10-23 )
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE Is HEREBY U1VEN that
the un.i. i signed, deal lug t.....-:-
business under the fictitious num.
COLLINS CAMERA STOP, nt -.
Collins \%. nil. Miami Beach, I-"!-
Intend* In reg Isler said -, me w I
I In Cli i :. of (he Circul Com t of I .-
Count) Florida.
ALLIED MERi HAND1SE
DiSTRIIil'TORS, INC
\ Flo i.....',' iMiratlon
Sole l Iw ii. i-
I' MI. KWIT.NBY, ES4J
Allot ii. for Vppllcam
SILVERS'!' UN, KWITXEY
. ; i DISS
120 I.in. -in n --I,I
Miami I:. .. h, Florida
i i.)6-5
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COLRT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 71719-A
In RE: Ksl ll.....
l.NNA \ TSM \\",
I'. ,.,-e,|.
AMENDED
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All .'i.......rs in.i All Pers.
Having Claims . Said Bsl le:
i ou an hi n by notified and -
nul .1 pi...... an) claln i and de-
mands Which you may have age!
the man of \NNA CATSMAN,
ceased late ..f Dade County, Florida
lo th. Count) Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and Ml. th. same in duplicate aud
as provided in Section "33.16, Flei da
statutes, i their of.....- In the Cuun-
t> Courthouse in Dade .'ounty. Flor-
ida, within -<,\ calendar months from
the time of 1IW first nublioatlon (,. -
oi. or the same ill be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this I. i
day ot August, A.D. 1966.
D.W il> I', i'ATSM 'N
As Executor
First vuhlieatlon of this notice on
the Did daj ..! September, INI
DAVID P .' VTS.MAN
aii..ni. \ for Executor
I.il Kast Flagler Street
Miami, Plot-Ida
______ 1 L'-9- 16 '
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY U1VBM that
Ih. undervigned, desiring to anguge
in buslni s in.i. r the fictitious nun i -i
of CABANA CLUB TOWRR8: CAR-
RIBEAN V1LLAOE, at 1147.ii s.u
IS7 Street. Miami, Florida, int.-n.ls t->
register sni.l names with the Clerk
of the Clrcu't <>>urt of Hade Count \.
Florida.
MARTIN \V(>oi,i.v.
Sole Owner
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