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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
October 14, 1966

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

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
October 14, 1966

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:01967

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Jewish Floridian of South County
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Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

Full Text
"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume SS Number 40
Miami, Florida. Friday. October 14. 1966
Two Sections Price 20ft
srael Demands Immediate UN Action
>AST CONCEALED
Malt Urged
ro Spread Of
lira Right
WASHINGTON (JTAj Im-
mediate action "to halt the spn ad
ultra-rightist and neo-Nazi in-
ifluence within Austria" was
Irged by ;i group of American Jew-
sh Congress officials at a meet.:;;;
lere this week wilh Dr. Ernest
[.cmbergcr. Austria's Ambas a
lor's to the United Stales. The
Deeting was held in the Austrian
Embassy here.
Dr. Joachim Prinz. chairman of
lie AJCongress commission on in-
^national affairs, told Dr. Lem-
srger that "the impact of ex-
remist influence in Austria has
eeome ton pronounced to be dis-
carded, and instances ol Aus-
fia's vulnerability to Nazi reinfec-
Ion have become too glaring to
lismiss."
Dr. Prim told the envoy that
Austria's political parties and na
tional leaders had failed to ad-
mit Austria's past, "atone for
anti-Semitic excesses and create
new national mood invulner-
able to Nazi teachings."
He proposed new efforts to keep
former Nazis "from further in-
filtrating the public life" of Aus-
tria, a speed-up in Austria's prose-
cution of Nazi war criminals, a
Sharp upward revision of Austria's
'token" restitution payments to
Surviving victims of Nazism, and
major overhaul of Austria's edu-
Continued on Pag* 11-A
Eban, Comay Tell Security Council
Syria Provocations Must be Halted
Sol M. Linowitz, chaiiman
of the bourd of Xerox Corp.,
was this week nominated by
President Johnson as U.S.
Ambassador to the Organiza-
tion of American States. Mr.
Linowitz will also serve as
U.S. representative on the
Inter-American Committee for
the Alliance for Progress. He
is chairman of the executive
board of the American Jew-
ish Committee.
UNITED NATIONS -(JTA. In
a series of swift, urgent moves (his
week including meetings with
Secretary Genera] U Thant and
Lord Caradon, of Britain, this
months president of the Security
Council, a letter to the entire
membership ol the Secrity Council,
ar.d a heavily attended press con
ference here Israels Foreign
Minister Abba Khan called upon
the international community to
take immediate and "urgent" ac-
ton to persuade Syria to halt its
attacks against Israel without re-
course to lengthy debates.
In the letter to the Security
Council, signed by Ambassador
Michael S. Comay. Israel's perman-
ent representative here, the 15
member body was told: My Gov-
ernment must reaffirm its duty to
take whatever measures may be
necessary for the defense of its
citizens and the integrity of its
borders."
Mr. Eban said he had in-
formed the Secretary General
and Lord Caradon that Israel
viws the latest series of El
Fatah attacks, in Jerusalem and
at Shaar Haqolan, in northern
Israel, resulting in four deaths
and six other casualties, as hav-
ing been definitely "promoted,
instigated and executed by the
Syrian Government."
Mr, Khan charged that "Syria is
trying to embroil the other Arab
governments, especially Jordan."
in the expansion and broadening of
the tensions on the Israeli borders.
"The Arab frontiers facing Israel
are always just as turbulent or just
as quiet as the Arab governments
want them to be." Mr. Eban said.
"On the Syrian frontier, we be-
lieve, there is a desire to keep the
borders in turbulence. By any de-
finition, this is a serious interna-
tional situation. '
The letter to the Security Coun-
cil did not request a meeting of the
body, Mr Eban said, in reply to
questions as to why Israel is not
seeking a Council meeting at this
Continued on Page 7-A
CABINET REPORT
Washington and Paris are Warned
Of Gravity of Middle East Danger
DR. JOACHIM PIHNI
extremist impact
WASHINGTON (JTA)Israel
Tuesday transmitted detailed data
to the State Department on the
most recent Arab terrorist incur-
sions into Israeli territory. The De-
partment is being kept fully in-
formed on findings and develop-
ments.
(In Paris, the French Govern-
ment was informed by Israel of
the facts concerning the latest El
isian newspaper, I,e Monde, eni-
isian newspaper Le Monde em-
phasized in its reports on the situa-
tion that it did not believe Israel
would stand with arms folded in
the face of the Arab attacks. ")
The United States Government
is urging restraint on both Israel
and Syria in the wake of the most
recent border friction, U.S. sour-
ces said here Tuesday. State De-
partment officials said the proper
course of action is the referral ol
the matter to the United Nations
for adjudication through UN ma-
chinery.
The Israel Government mounted
a major diplomatic effort to im-
press on the major powers and the
United Nations the gravity with
which it viewed a new and death-
dealing Syrian incursion.
Lt. Gen. Odd Bull, Chief of
Staff of the UN Truce Supervis-
ion Organization, came to the
Israel Foreign Ministry at its
urgent request to discuss the
border situation. Moshe Sasson,
head of the Ministry's armistice
affairs division, reiterated to the
UN truce chief Israel's grave
view of the situation developing
Continued on Page 10-A
INFINITELY SMALL MINORITY'
Chancellor Says Austria
Combats Anti Semitism
VIENNA (JTA) Josef Klaus,
the Austrian Chancellor, told
Philip Hoffman, chairman of the
board of governors of the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee, here this
week that his Government fought
every form of anti-Semitism in
Austria, open or hidden. Mr. Hoff-
man is now on a tour of Europe
to evaluate the effects of the Sec
Mass Grave Found in Latvia
LONDON (JTA. A mass,
grave containing the skulls and
'"'lies of men, women and chil-
dren shot by the Nazis in the Lat-
vian town of Daugavpils, 120 miles
east of Riga, was accidentally dis-
covered by excavators while dig-
Bing in a moat of a fortress in the
town, Tass. the Soviet news agen-
cy, reported from Moscow. Fol-
lowing the. usual practice of the
V.viet agency, the report failed,
to mention the fact that the vic-
tims were Jews.
The report said that the fore-
heads of the skulls of the children
were pierced by bullets. Also founJ
in a bottle in the grave was a well-
preserved note on which was writ-
ten: "Abe TevisZelikson, aged 16,
died 7/11/41."
The Tass report noted that a
commission investigating Naii
crimes in Daugavpils immediate-
ly after the liberation of the
town, in 1944, established that
about 30,000 people, mainly
women, children and old men,
were shot in the summer of 1943
in a forest several miles from
the fort, but nothing was known
before about executions in the
fort itself.
A Soviet dispatch from Vilna
reported that arrangements were
being made with government help
Continued on Page 6-A
ond Vatican Council on Christian-
Jewish relations.
The Chancellor told the Amer-
ican Jewish leader that neo-Nazis
in Austria were an infinitely small
minority who posed no danger to
democracy Mr. Hoffman also met
with Cardinal Koerlig. who de-
scribed the progress in revision of
education textbooks in Austrian
church schools to expunge errone-
ous attitudes toward Jews, as re-
quired by decisions of the Ecu-
menical Council.
Mr. Hoffman came to Vienna
from Amsterdam where he took
part in a unique inter-faith meet-
ing with leaders of the Catholic,
Protestant and Jewish com-
munities of Amsterdam.
Participants in the meeting, held
in the Sukkah of the Liberal Syr
agogue in Amsterdam, included
Dr. M. Koenig, chairman of the
board of the Ashkenazi community:
Dr. M. Goedeket. chairman of the
Continued on Page 13 A
Four Killed,
Six Injured
By Terrorists
JERUSALEM (JTA. The
Cabinet held a lengthy session here
.Sunday on the bombing and mill
ing outrages perpetrated near Jor-
danian border areas in different
parts of Israel over the weekend,
causing four deaths and injuries t)
six other Israelis Israeli officials
have little doubt that the attack*
were carried out by Syrian El.
Fatah terrorists.
Tensions mounted rapidly aloni|
the border when four Israeli bol-
der policemen were killed and twi
others wounded as their jeep was
destroyed by a mine in Israeli ter
ritory near Shaar Hagolan, south
of Lake Tiberias, near the point
where the Israeli. Syrian and Jor
danian borders meet.
The deaths of the four Israeli
border policemen followed an-
other incident on Friday night in
the Jerusalem suburb of
I Romema Elite, near the Jor-
i danian border, where four per-
sons were injured, none serious-
, ly, and two buildings extensively
I damaged by the explosion of
three charges set by two infil-
trators whose tracks were found
leading from the site of the
blasts to the Jordanian border.
The situation assumed grave
I proportions when the Damascus
Radio openly admitted that the
Jerusalem incident was carried out
by El Fatah infiltrators, and that
the El Fatah terrorist organization
was now a department of the Sy-
rian Army.
The Caiinet reiterated the posi-
tion that any country whence sa-
boteurs crossed into Israel Jor-
dan and Syria in the latest in-
cidents will be held responsible
for their acts. In his report at Sun-
Continued on Page 6-A
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time" to make the necessary ad-
justments, reference to the
need to provide for an under-
study. Mrs. Freed had been play-
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eldest daughter, for two years.
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Bishop Pike Due Here in Temple Series
Bishop James A. Pike, of Cali-
fornia, one of the nation's fore-
most Protestant theologians, will
speak on religion at the new Tem-
ple JuoVa in Coral Gables on Wed-
lesday niyht, Jan. 25.
His lecture will be part of the.
196<>-G7 cultural series. "Invitation
o Discovery," sponsored by Tem-
ple Judea. Bishop Pike will pcak
a the new Temple Judea Social
Hall ui 5500 Granada Blvd., aorow
Dixie Highway from the Univer-
sity of Miami,
Announcement was made by
Dr. Charles Rosenfeld, chair-
man, and Mrs. George L, Baum,
co-chairman of the series, which
is open to the general public.
CBS national news commentator
Eric Sevareid opens the series
at Temple Judea on Nov. 15.
Subscriptions are available for
the entire series now.
As (if Aug. 1. 1966. Bishop Pike
became a member, in religion, of
I lev Center for the Study of Dcn-.o-
ratic Institutions at Santa Bar-
bara. He was Bishop of th(. Episco-
pal Diocese of California, having
been con sec rated in 1958. lie bad
served from 1952 1958 as dean of
the i nl he Ira 1 "of St. John the I)i
\ine. New York City.
He was born in 1913, graduated
in arts and law from the Univer-
sity "i Southern California, and af-
ter admission to the California Bar,:
received the degree of Doctor o!
Science of Law at Yale, where he
Mas a Sterling Fellow. For four
years, he was an attorney for the
.S. Securities and Exchange Com-
mission in Washington, serving
also on the faculty of the George
Washington University Law School
He is a member of the bar of the
I uited States Supreme Court.
In the last war. he served in the
Navy as a line officer, assigned
first as an Intelligence Officer and
later on as attorney lor the U. S.
Maritime Commission and War
Shipping Administration.
After his ordination as deacon
n 1944. while still in Naval sen
-ce. Dr. Pike served at St. John's.
Lafayette Square, Washington, lie
vas ordained to the priesthood in
;04o and served as a tutor at the
al Theological Seminary, as
reactor ol Christ Church, Pough-
He completed his theological
studies at Virginia and Union
Theological Seminaries, graduat-
ing from the latter magna cum
laude. Before going to the Cathe-
dral of St. John the Divine, he
served for three years as chap-
lain of Columbia and head of its
Department of Religion.
While he was dean oi the Catlx
dral, he served the University ;.s
adjunct professor of religion and
law, teaching in the seminar in
church-state relations ^t the law
school. He is a post-doctoral Fel-
low for the Society for Religion in
Higher Education. He has served
as Tucker Fellow, Ziskcnd Lectur
er and lecturer in the Great Issues
course at Dartmouth College.
Stewart Lecturer at Seabury-West-
ern Theological Seminary, Rosen-
thai Lecturer at the Northwestern
University Law School. Steven.
Lecturer at Cornell University Law-
School, and has preached and lec-
tured from time to time at
Harvard. Vale. Princeton. Cornell,
the University of Chicago, Stan
ford, and many other institutions.
He is lecturer in law, University
of California at Berkeley, and ad-
junct professor. Graduate The-
ological Union, Berkeley.
Bishop Pike is the author of
numerous books and articles in the
field of Federal judicial and admin-
istrative procedure, as well ligion.
He is chairman of th;' California
Advisory Committee to the t'. S.
Commission on Civil Rights, hav-
ing been appointed to the Commis-
sion under the Eisenhower admi
istration, and by appointment of
the late President Kennedy, was
a member ol the U. S. Food for
Pence Council.
BISHOP PIKE
keepsie, and chaplain to Episcopal
students ;it Yassar Colic e
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Volume 39 Number 40
Friday. October 14. 1966
30Tishri5727
President Johnson
Disproves the Fears
President Johnson has nominated
Sol M Linowitz as U.S. Ambassador
to the Organization of American
States. As such. Mr. Linowitz will
be No. 2 man for our State Depart-
ment in Latin American affairs.
The appointment comes at an op
fortune time for many reasons. In
addition to the fact that he will also
be serving our nation as representa-
tive on the Inter-American Commit-
tee for the Alliance for Progress, he
will be working directly with Secret-
cry of State Rusk and Lincoln Gor-
don. Assistant Secretary of State for
:-:er-American Affairs, at the policy
level.
More than this. Mr. Linowitz is
chairman of the executive board of
th* American Jewish Committee.
The President's nomination thus
cssuages many of the fears that
lewish community leaders needless-
-.- expressed during the past few
weeka over an anticipated Johnson
vendetta as a consequence of state-
ments attributed to him following a
recent Presidential interview with of-
i -.cis of the Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A.
Some newspaper reports declared that
the President was shocked by American
J^wrv's alleaed failure to support his Viet Nam
policy, and that he would therefore be obhgea
to reexamine his feelings of friendship for the
S:cte of Israel.
It now seems that the JWV has more than
adequately explained the unfortunate series
o! events giving rise to this misinterpretation
of his views. At least at this time, we choose
to go along with the explanation, believing that
Jewish War Veterans leaders are responsible
as organization men. members of the Jew-
ish community, and citizens ol our country
neither to have done such a disservice to the
President, nor to have committed so outrageous
o violence to their follow-Jews.
Above all things, Mr. Johnson's nomina-
tion of Mr. Linowitz proves his refusal to be
daunted by the feelings of discomfort he may
have experienced as a consequence of the mis-
interpreted interview with Malcolm Tarlov.
newly-elected commander of the Jewish War
Veterans of the U.S.A.
In Mr. Linowitz, the President has chosen
who he believes is the best man available.
That Mr. Linowitz happens, himself, to be
a top American Jewish community leader
hence sets aside the reactions of fear for the
.recent misunderstandings.
-OPEN SESAME!
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Israel Bond Activities
The Israel Bond dinner being held by Tem-
ple Emanu-El on Saturday night will be the
first in a series, of synagogue events under
the cegis of the Greater Miami Israel Bond Or-
ganization this season.
The distinguished opener will feature
awards to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Popick in behalf
of their service to Israel.
The Temple Emanu-El dinner will also serve
as our community's introduction to Zeev
Boneh, the new Israel Consul General for the
Southeast Region.
Ot':er such bond events are in the im-
mediate offing. Beth David Congregation has
already announced a dinner for Oct. 23, which
will be held in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan
Spiegelman and feature an address by Sen.
Joseph D. Tydings. of Maryland.
In all, these synagogue-sponsored Israel
Bond affairs will serve as an active backdrop
for Greater Miami's bond campaign during
the new season to keep our community's lead
in the per capita purchase of Israel Bonds.
Death of a Historian
The Jewish community mourns the loss ol
Hcrry Simonhoff. who died last week at the
age of 75.
Mr. Simonhoff came to Miami from South
Carolina back in 1924, and since then until
the time of his death was a vital lorce in
local Jewish affairs.
It would beg the point to list his accomplish-
ments in behalf of our community, as well as
the State of Israel. For Mr. Simonhoff was parti-
cularly known as a Jewish historian, and over
the years acquired a national reputation in
this field.
He was the author of many volumes, in-
cluding two novels. His latest. "And Abram
Journeyed," will be released posthumously.
Jews in the major cities across the land were
regularly acquainted with Mr. Simonhoff's
articles in the English-Jewish press.
We, at The Jewish Floridian, will remember
him with special fondnes. For it was in these
columns that his highly personal "I'll Say"
fjrtl c-eccn to appear.
He will be missed.
Latest Syrian Assault
The latest Syrian provocation has caused
the hottest feelings yet among top government
officials in Israel. Prime Minister Eshkol on
Tuesday met with the Ambassadors of the
United States. Britain, France, and the Soviet
Union, and explained to them that Israel must
be prepared to deal with the provocation in
her own time and at a place of her own choos-
ing.
This sounds more ominous than any previ-
ous reaction to Arab intransigeance during the
past few years.
That the bombing and mining, resulting in
the slaying of four Israelis and injuries to six
others, were perpetrated near the Jordanian
border by what are believed to be Syrian El
Fatah terrorists, puts the absurd lie to Syrian
charges earlier in the week that the United
States, Israel and Jordan are plotting a military
campaign against Syria.
Tuesday, the Prime Minister told the Am-
bassadors that the Arab rulers are entirely to
blame for the deterioring situation and that,
further, the Syrian charge, which stems in fact
from Moscow, is absolutely unfounded.
As the situation gets worse, we can only
prey that it does not reduce itself to out-and-
out wcr.
uring the week
... as i see it
by LEO MINDUN
.
A FINAL vitw promised here :=
** for this week at the Com-
munist Party U.S.A. infiltra-
tion design into the Jewish oi
ganizationai community musi
be temporarily set aside. An
other issue of particularly local
significance demands immediate
attention. 1 refer to the wild
directions we have taken, both
as officials and citizens, in the
matter of criminal law en-
forcement. Too many of us are speaking irresponsibly. Too many of
us are willing to ignore our own blatant hypocrisy. We have ab
dicated our reason and. in a sudden rush of fright, seem to be
seeking out scapegoats rather than truth.
Like in the old days of Brautigam-Giblin rule, we arc submitting
to witch-hunt and trial by mass communications media. Those days
are not so far behind us that we have lorgotten the temper ol
McCarthy hysteria. Only in the atmosphere of such singular ami
democracy could we destroy men and their reputations in the name
ot some "higher good." Most of us, in casual retrospect. recognizt
the folly of that era: although few would be willing to rehabilitate
the people they destroyed, or to cite for their courage the men
and women who fearlessly spoke out against the tide.
Yet. in our community's criminal law enforcement dilemma to-
day, we fail to recognize a single parallel with the past. Hence. w<
commit the same follies and for the same reasons. We are trj
ing to reaffirm our own innocence, and in the process we hav
grown insensitive to the outrageous methods ue have adopted i>
achieve that end. Once again, there are the prophets and the sj
of ultimate wisdom Once again, their power is vested in a moholithii
local press. We wash in public the dirty linen ol our souls We
cleanse ourselves of sin: we invest these sins in others.
* ?
CHIME AND THE IIWISH QUESTION
m
"TAKE HANK MESSICK, of the Miami Herald, who appeared early .
week before a meeting of the Miami Beach Presidents Council
at the DiLido Hotel. The invitation, itself, was the Council's public
penance a civic organization's sanctimonious lunch program clfnrt
to be apprised by the latest sage and prophet of a lundamental com-
munity problem. This is no onesided criticism of the Council: tin-
Council is here merely symbolic of us all of our unabashed need
to hobnob with the high and the mighty, and to be welfare-minded
at the same time. The Miami Beach Presidents Council got* more
than it bargained for.
Mr Messick proceeded to discuss one of mj favorite subject*
a subject to which I alluded here several weeks ago: the elephant ai
the Jewish question. Mr. Messick is a journali-tic expert in crim<
He was appearing before what he. himself, lelt to be and character .
as a .Jewish organization in a Jewish community. What better to
than Jews in en- i
Make no mistake. Mr Messick told his audience There cert.
are Jews in crime. Take Meyer I.ansky, and he became what '
Messick characterized as a part of the "Kosher Nostra." Wai
Mr. Messick, ri*** Jews" will have to deal with this problem
Presidents Council, presumably acting out of a sense of civic
sponsibility. taund itself, as one always does in confused motivati
situations, sitting with egg on its collective face. One member
to cali the Herald reporter's presentation "garbage." and to expn
outrage at having been subjected to such a brutal ordeal. Others m I
tered angrily, and continued to rage late into last week and
into this one.
There were, of course, the politician apoiogists, who took the
floor to "'explain'" what Mr. Messick really meant, well before Ml
Messick spoke in reply for himself. But the apologists were sinl|
being more honest in their motives, ft may be a long step from ci\,i
responsibility to expressions of psychological self-aggrandizement as
a means of renouncing sin. But it is only a small step from poli-
tical apology to the courtship of journalistic personalities.
*
TRIAL BY MASS COMMUNICATIONS MEDIA
IlJR. MESSICK DID, of course, ultimately explain: Crime, he sai<
" is amoral. Neither did he regard criminals as Catholics, Pro-
testants or Jews. Their professional activity itself, he said, precludes
them from religious identity. Nevertheless, and let's not forget :t.
this is a problem "you Jews'* will have to face.
It is this kind of high-handedness and irresponsible sweep in
the grand gesture that not only marked Mr. Messick's prcsentati. n
before the Presidents Council, but that marked from the very be-
ginning, and continues to mark this community's onslaught against
crime through trial by mass communications media. These media.
by their personal pleading, include Mr. Messick's own newspaper ;.d
Ch. 4 Television.
It was in December. 1964 that Greater Miami turned out at the
Dupont Plaza Hotel to do honor to Richard Gerstein as Dade County
State Attorney a function which, itself, was as holy and self-adoring
as the Miami Beach Presidents Council luncheon before which Mr
Messick appeared in his now unhappy address. There, to sanctif> i'
further, Jim Bishop was chosen as master of ceremonies. Mr. Bishop
as everyone knows, is the man who chronicles the day evcryhv'v
who is anybody dies. As author of "The Day Christ Died," he stood
before the Gerstein testimonial in anguish that his projected '"
Day Kennedy Died" had been nipped in the bud by a veto from the
Kennedy family. (Others, in the dimmer past, could not so readily
object to his literary' treatment).
What 1 am suggesting is that the community did not really gather
to do honor to Mr. Gerstein. It gathered to do honor to itseli
a singular phenomenon marking every such occasion best v
emplified by Author Bishop and his heavenly specialty.
LIVING IN A VtllDlY Pit MISSIVE ERA
THE SUPERLATIVES FLYING that day were sweet beyond re*
son enough beyond reason humorously to suspect that Mr. Ger-
stein had a personal hand irr the tributes lavished upon him.
The issue is: What has occurred in so brief a time to subject
this man to the in fact unreasonable and, indeed, brutal treatment
to which he is being subjected today? I mean Mr. Messick. himself.
Mr. Karl Wickstrom. of the same newspaper, from whose typewriter
has just unfurled a fence-stradding series on the State Attorney full
of rank innuendo: and Mr. Ralph Renick, Ch. 4. Their alleged "ex-
poses" of the State Attorney's office are substantially based on in-
formation going back years.
It is true that Mr. Gerstein has since suffered defeat in the
Mossier and Rix cases, as well as in other well publicized legal bat-
tics But. again, who is to blame? Take the woman in New York, who
several weeks ago was freed on a charge of murdering her infant
son for soiling his bed. This woman walked away from .the killing be-
cause, the court declared, she had not been given sufficient under-
Continued on Pag* 13-A


Friday. October 14, 1966
+Jewist fkridfi^r
Page 5-A
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Hospital Yom Kippur 'Tiff9
EDITOR, The Jewish Floric'ian:
The holding of Kl Nidre and
Yizkor services ut Mount Sinai
Hospital lvo. days prior to Yom
Kippur i- merely'lhothcr example
of the caJloiKness witfl which Jew-
ih organizations, and sometimes
even rabbis, treat the feelings '61
the observant, believing Jew.
it is Inconceivable to me that
Mount Sinai Hospital could not
have male arrangements to hold
the Kol Nidre and Yizkor service
on Friday evening and Saturday,
instead of advancing them to
Thursday.
It is a mockery of all our tradi-
tions te hold Yom Kippur serv-
ices when it is r?t Yom Kippur,
and. no believir? Jew can help
but feel insulted by such be-
behavior.
Mount Sinai Hospital, like many
other Jewish social agencies in our
community, is here to service the
entire community. However, it
has a du;v not to forget an obliga-
tion to tht Jewish community parti-
cularly. That obligation stems from
the name of the hospital itself.
Generations of Jews have sacri-
ficed all to preserve the values and
traditions revealed at Mount Sinai.
It is only corroding self-hatred
that forces the*- Jewish institu-
tions to ignore, subvert and fi-
nally ptr.ert the ancient and holy
precepts cf our people.
Mount Sinai Hospital, and all of
those as'ociated with that sham
Yom Kippur service, owe an
apology to the Jewish community
and to tfee Jewish generations that
have preceded us, and a pledge
that sue. travesrtten will not oc-
cur in the future.
RABBI 8EREL WEIN ,
Beth Israel Congregation
Miami Beach
* *
EDITOR, The Jowish Floridian:
As executive vict president of
the RaSbinical Association of
Greater Miami, ar.d in my capacity
as coordinating chaplain of the
community chaplaincy program of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa
tion. I *;ave beoa apprised ol a
letter to Mr. Samuel Gertner. ex-
ecutive -irector of Mount Sinai
Hospital, by Rabbi Berel Wein. spi-
ritual leader of Beth Israel Con-
gregation
I enclose below our reply:
Dear Rab
Your Jt
ner exec
Sinai H< -
ice held <
Kippur, t
tention.
As the
service,
ordinatin
munity c
com pell'.'
ter.
bi Wein,
tter to Mr. Samuel Gert
jtive director of Mount
pital, criticizing the serv
it the hopsital before Yom
a been brought to my at-
one who conducted the
in my capacity as co-
g chaplain of our com-
:aplain.cy program, I fee!
to respond to your let-
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First let me say that this
was not offered as a req.H.ir
Yom Kipqur service. It was de-
signed, instead, to give the
"shpt-ins" at the hospital some
of the mood and inspiration
which the High Holiday season
offers,. From the response of
those in attendance, the service
was most meaningful and ap-
preciated. It gave the patients a
sense of belonging, it made them
feel that they were not forgotten,
that despite the clouds of their
confinement, there were those
who cared enough to bring them
some of the High Holiday spirit.
Surely this was a fulfillment of
of the -acre! Mitzvah of "bikur
tholim" to the finest.
Now lot me say that your
charges against Mr. Gertner and
the hospital administration w< rp
totally unfair and completely un
founded. Mr. Gertner and his staff
extended themselves in a sincere
desire to bring comfort and spi-
ritual strength to their patients
The personnel, already overtaxed,
assumed the added work of the
many details which went into the
arrangements.
This sincere effort by the hos-
pital should be highly commended
and encouraged, rather than
castigated and ridiculed. Certain-
ly, provisions for other religious
needs for Mount Sinai patients.
such as the sounding of the Snofarj :sn patients.
on Rosh Hashona, circulation ol jo sec nothing positive in all of
the Esrog and Lulav for the bless :nls but oniv darkness and doo a,
tngs on Sukkoth. kosher dietary betrays a distorted and Irrespou-
lood. and other such accommoda sjb. view |,Cvond comprehension.
tiens. reflect an administration
that is understanding and sensitive RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF
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Friday, October 14, 196E
Pinchas Scpir. Israel's Minister of Finance (center), brings his
personal congratulations to Jack S. Popick (left) and Mrs.
Popick who will be honored at the Temple Emanu-El Israel
Chai" Dinner of State on Saturday night at the Deauville
Hotel. Joining in extending their congratulations are Dr. Irv-
.ng Lehrman (second from left) and Samuel Friedland (right).
Popick will be the first recipient of Israel's Prime Minister's
Award, and Mrs. Popick will be the recipient of the Woman
ot Valor Award at the dinner.
PRIME MINISTER'S AWARD TO BE MADE
Emanu -El Bond
Dinner Saturday
SIM. TYtHHGS AT KITH DAVID f>Af ll-A
ception honoring the new Consul
General to be given by Mr. and
Mrs. Popick.
Dinner chairman is A. J. Mola-
gky. Serving with him are Dr. Irv-
ing Lehrman and Samuel Fried
land, honorary chairmen: Jacob
Rabinowitz. host committee chair-
man: Max Boderman. Temple p:<>$-
ident: and Mrs Sol Goldstein, re-
servations chairman.
An unusual program of enter-
tainment will include the presenta-
tion of a special version of "Fid-
dler on the Roof." starring Jan
and Lillian Bart, veteran stars of
stage, radio and television.
The Israel Prime Minister's
Award was designed and struck by
the Government of Israel on behalf
of Prime Minister Levi Eshkol.
The highly-stylized lettering rises
Jack S. Popick will be the first
r iver's Award 'for service in the
cause of Israel's development'* at
the Temple Emanu-El Israel
Chiii" Dinner of State on Saturday
niyhl a." the Deauville Hotel.
The award is being made for dis-
tinguished achievement to out-
standing American citizens in the
yi ;u marking the 15th anniversary
the State of Israel Bond effort.
At this occasion. Mrs Popick
will be the recipient of the Woman
o Valor Award.
Israel's new emissary in the
United States, Zeev Boneh, will
make this event his first ap-
pearance in Miami. He has re-
cently taken up his duties as Is-
rael's Consul General for the
southeastern region of the
United States, with headquarters
in Atlanta. He will be accom-
panied by Mrs. Boneh.
The dinner will be at 7:30. and
will he preceded by a cocktail re-
Latvia Grave
Buries Corpses
Continued from Page 1-A
t ii i lu- erection of a monument to
tie "iO.ooo Kovno Jews murdered
!>> the Nazis during the Lithuanian
occupation. The Government of the
Soviet Lithuanian Republic re-
portedly ha.s allocated the ivies
sary funds. However, no details
have been indicated as to the site
oi- the nature of the monument
There are such monuments in
several Lithuanian towns where
there are no longer any Jewish,
residents. These monuments were
erected on the initiative of Jewish
survivors originating from those
towns who now live in Vilna. and
who went back to arrange for the
monuments with the help of local
officials.
from below in the form of a sun
burst to represent a source oi
energ] and is capped by gears that
provide the motive power to turn
the huge wheel ot industr) above,
Among the industries and de-
velopment projects visible be-
tween the spokes are some of the
major enterprises built and ex-
panded with the aid of Israel
Bond funds, including oil and
water pipelines, chemicals, phos-
phates and potash plants, cement
and steel factories, textile mills,
railroads and communications
and .housing construction.
The other side of the medal bears
the name of Jack S. Popick. fol-
lowed by the inscription in Eng-
lish: "For service in the cause of
Israel's development." Below the
inscription is Prime Minist*r Esh
Iiol's signature in Hebrew, with
his name and title in English.
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daj 's met til hov evi r, Prime
Minister Levi i:>hku: aiw stressed
the overall responsibility <>f Syria
lor the raids. Tin' situation was
complicated in view of the assess
mint by Israeli officials that the
purposes of the incidents were part |
of the inter-Arab rivalries, and
aimed to Involve Jordan in diffi-
culties with Israel.
Israels Chief of Staff ('.en.
Yitzhak Rabin also reported to the
Cabinet Sunday on the weekend
bombings by El Fatah terrorists
In the incident ai Shaar Hagolan,
he reported, the four border police-
men were killed when their jeep
hit a mine a- they rushed to the
scene of three earlier explosions
followed by lues .-potted in Israeli
fields. Three of the policemen die.)
instantly, and the fourth was fatal-
ly injured. The earlier explosions
were found to have occurred in an
agricultural tool shed.
Funeral services were held
Sunday for the four Israeli
policemen. They were identified
as Sgt. Joseph Amer and Con-
Seized Cargo Was
British-Owned;
Case Seen Closed
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
State Department reported that an
investigation of the Egyptian seiz
ure of American manufactured
trucks and excavation equipment
disclosed that the cargo was Brit-
ish-owned. The Egyptians confis-
cated the cargo on the allegation
that it was destined for Israel.
State Department officials said
they considered the case closed "as
far as we are concerned."' They
investigated because the equip-
ment was made in America. The
probe showed that the goods, val
ued at S100.000. were confiscated
from a Dutch ship in the Suez
Canal. The cargo was loaded in
Somalia destined for Ghent. Bel-
gium, for reconditioning.
stables Jacb Gigi, Avraharr
Levi jnd N'tslm r"ohen. P*Ci
of the death or >licei
special border Police Day p,?.
gram scheduled for later I ,,
week was canceled.
Israel complained to the i. .,
United Nations Mixed \
Commission, and tracker-
footprints leading from i!' i
of the mine explosion toward
border.
Israel also tiled a stum- coin
plaint with the Jordan
Mixed Armistice Commission o ei
the incident in Romema
where, in addition to the .
sions which injured the lour Is.
raelis and damaged two buil
an additional explosive which fail-
ed to go off had been foui
was dismantled by Israeli 01
experts.
The border in the Jerusalen
area had been relatively qu
months, and observers hi re in
dicated a belief that the ini
here was carried cut by infill
coming from Syria who slipped by
the Jordanian border guard-
Meanwhile. Israeli officials in.
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resolution compelling Israel to
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+Jewisti norSdiar,
Page 7-A
Rep. Dante Fascell (Dem.-Fla.) meets with U.S. Ambasador
Arthur Goldberg (center) at the United Nations in New York,
where he praised the Ambassador's speech before the Gen-
eral Assembly "reaffirming United States desire to find a
peaceful, political solution to the war" in Viet Nam. While at
the UN. Rep. Fascell urged that the UN "play a larger role
in the resolution of the Viet Nam conflict." Fascell said he
hoped "these invitations will be taken up and that the UN
may become an instrument for bringing peace ot that war-torn
country." Looking on (left) is Joseph Sisco, U.S. Assistant Sec-
retary of State for International Organizations.
Israel Demands UN Action
Continued from Page 1-A ,
time: "We have neither ruled out
nor have we decided on whether
or not to request a meeting of the
, Council. That will depend on how
I the situation develops. Our need
i is for urgent action, today and
tomorrow. We must have urgent
action, speedy action, unimpeded
by debate."
when asked what form of inter
national action Israel is seeking,
Mr. Shan declared: '"The Secretary
Geneial has a special status in re-
lation to the entire situation be-
cause the United Nations had parti-
cipated in the negotiations for the
conclusion of the Armistice Agree-
ments in 1840, Including our Arm-
istice Agreement with Syria. Un-
der that agreement. Syria has a
legal obligation to prevent I re-
peat, to prevent the continued
terrorist incursions into our ter-
ritory.
"Syria has made no secret of
the fact that it is tied intimately
to the El Fatah raids. The
Damascus Radio interrupted a
regular broadcast on Oct. by
reading 'Communique No. S3 of
the General Staff of El-Assefa
(El Fatah),' reporting the ex-
plosions under an apartment
house on the outskirts of Jeru-
salem. It is significant to note
that the Damascus Radio is gov-
ernment-owned and that the de-
tails it reported in the El Fatah
'communique' were absolutely
accurate."
Mr. Kban said he would continue
hi- conversations with other mem-
bers ol the Security Council. Asked
whether he would also discus- the
matter with the Soviet representa-
tive here, he replied emphatically:
"Yes."
Within an hour after Mr. Eban
conferred with U Thant. the Secre
tary General requested George J.
Tomeh, Syria's permanent repre-
entative here, to meet with him
later in the afternoon.
Immediately after his press con-
ference, at which he announced
his series of moves regarding 'he
Syrian situation. Mr. Khan was
lio-t at a luncheon for 30 Foreign
Ministers and delegation heads
from around the world attending
the current session of the General
A s s e m b I y. Included among his
guests was Chief S. O. Adebo. of
Nigeria, president of last year's
Assembly, who is regarded .is one
of the foremost African spokesmen
at the United Nations.
In the letter to the Securtt;
Council. Mr Comay told that booty:
"All t h e information has con-
vinced my Government, beyond all
reasonable doubt that:
"1. The 61 cases of murder,
sabotage and mine-laying in Israel
territory, perpetrated by armed
infiltrators since January, 1965,
form a single pattern of guerrilla-
type activities: 2. These raids have
been organized, equipped and di-
rected by the Syrian authorities
and armed forces: 3. The i attern
of planned raiding by paramilitary
organizations must be seen in the
context of a peoples' war of libera-
tion' which has been proclaimed by
the present national leaders of
Syria against another United Na-
tions member state. Israel."
The Comay letter to the
Security Council continued by
stating: "The formal Syrian
denials of responsibility, made
for the United Nations rrcord,
are devoid of truth or credibility.
The denials are contradicted by
the Syrian Government itself,
when it continues to declare that
it is pursuing a 'war of libera-
the Syrian Government itself.
"I am instructed once more to
put on record my Government's
view that the Government of Syria,
is deliberately engaged in planned
aggression against Israel. It i- the
earnest hope of the Israel Govern-
ment that members of the Security
Council, concerned as they ara
with preserving international
peace and security, will Impress
upon the Government of Syria the
need to call an immediate, com-
plete and final halt to these at-
tacks, lest the border situation
deteriorate sharply "
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Friday. October 14, 1966
United Synagogue Education Confab
Dr. Morton Siegel. director of
the Commission on Jewish Educa-
tion of United Synagogue, de-
l.-ered three major addresses at
the first annual education confer-
. ce of teachers of Conservative
synagogues throughout South
Florida on Tuesday and Wednes-
day at Beth Torah Congregation,
1 ELbbi Allen Rutchik. I'nited Syna-
; gue regional director, and Louis
wartzman, director of the Bu-
i IU of Jewish Education, an-
ced.
cinii-i'iu-e. < \;\:\
l rizons in the T e a c h i n g of
i and Bible," was
I i sed 'ii the findings developed
I ii R< seat eh i enter oi
t S sue, and invol
i >re than 50 teachers, educa
i tors ci ntors at d i from
i ban 13 conggregations.
Conservative synagogues
--ro.ghour the area canceled
c'asses on Tuesday afternoon in
erc'er that sessions of the con-
ference cj'.'d be3in at 1:30, con-
tinue through the afernoon,
t.enirg and morning of the fol-
lowing day. Irvin Kati served as
Overall conference chairman.
On Tuesdaj afternoon, Dr. Siegel
Ice on "The Melton Approach
to the Teaching of Bible." for
which a source book by Dr. Xahum
ma, "Understanding Genesis,"
was utilized I i provide insights in-
I Biblical study through tradi-
t rial ami modern commentators.
latest archaeological findings and

i riod.
.. this prx -
( scar -... tu rler. educal
n tor m pie Sinai of
Arts League Plcns
Concert Saturday
Miami Beach Music and Arts
1 gue will present the first of
the 1966-67 concert series on Sat-
urday, 8:15 p.m.. in the Medallion
R:<-m of the Carillon Hotel.
The program, according to
chairman, Louis Siegel. will fea-
ture Jacob Bornstein. baritone,
and Florence Pick, pianist and ac
c< rr.panist
Election of officers and direc
tort will precede the concert, with
president. Boris M. Graber. con-
ducting the meeting.
Cantor Bornstein. of Temple Is-
rael is a graduate of the Hebrew
I on College of Sacred Music, the
I .ersity of Miami School of
Music, and has been soloist with
Hiding orchestras throughout the
ntry.
re. Pick is an honorary life
-.ber of the Music and Arts Lea-
ram will include selections
I :; "Fiddler on the Roof."
"Pagliacci" Prologue, by Leonca-
Ich Liebe Dich." by Grit?
- of th.. Flea." by Moussorg-
V and others.
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wood, gave a mode! lesson in the
teaching of Humash. based on the
Melton studies.
The dinner was chaired by Katz.
with greetings extended by Rabbi
Max A. Lipschitz. president of the
Rabbincal Association of Greater
Miami: Schwartznian. on behalf of
the Bureau: and Seymour Mam-.
president of th" Southeast R
of I'nited Synagogue.
Saul Rabin, education director1
of Beth David Congregation, spoke
on enrichment programming for
Conservative schools.
Arrangements for the dinner
and the overall conference were
under the leadership of Mrs. Irving
Seidel. chairman, who organized
- lys of all I'nited Synagogue
materials, as well as special re-
cognition for each congregation
attending.
At the evening session. Dr.
Siegel spoke on new approaches
in the teaching of history, with
Sunday School teachers of the
entire community invited. On
Wednesday morning, he ad-
dress himself to the field of
Hebrew, and as at each of the T)
lesions, there was discussion and
reaction from the participants.
On Wednesday eve.-.ing, there
was a meeting of the school board
of Conservative synagogues
at which time Dr. Siege! spoke on'
Responsihiliti'.s and R tie of the
School Board Member" This
sion was chaired by Irving Seid
who serves with Abraha i J Git
tel ;>n as chairman oi the Com-
mission on Jewish Education
the Southeast Region ,>f (Jriiti
Synagogue.

Planning committee lor the first annual educational conference
of the Southeast Region of United Synagogue to be held Oct.
11 and 12 at Beth Torah Congregation includes (left to right:
Oscar Schmerler, education director, Temple Sinai, Holly-
wood; Irving Seidel, cochairman, Commission on Jewish Edu-
cation of United Synagogue; Louis Schwartzman, director,
Bureau of Jewish Education; Abraham J. Gittelson, co-chair-
man, Commission on Jewish Education; Mrs. Irving Seidei.
chairman of arrangements committee; Mrs. Tvzi Feinstein,
Temple Emanu-El; Rabbi Allen Rutchik, director, Southeast
Region, United Synagogue; Rabbi Sol Landau. Beth Dav:d
Congregation; Tzvi Feinstein, Rabbi Arthur Hollander, educa-
tional director, Temple Emanu-El; Saul Rabin, educational
directoi. Beth David Congregation.
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rather interesting story involving a
young Jewish newspaper reporter.
Naphtali Phillips, reporter for the
"American Advertiser," saw an ad-
vanced copy of Washington's Farewell
Address and sensed that it would be of
great importance someday. He stood
near the press as the "Advertiser" was
printed and kept the first copy for himself.
When, 50 years later, New York City
proposed a memorial to our first presi-
dent, Phillips offered his prized memento
and it was placed in the cornerstone.
This memorial was never completed,
however, but when the present 555-foot
obelisk in Washington was eventually
built. New York State presented its cor-
nerstone and the Phillips offering is part
of that great memorial to this day.
During most of his 98 years of life,
Naphtali Phillips had much to do bt th
with presidents and newspapers. Afur
moving from his home town of Phi
phia. he became owner and editor of the
"National Advocate," a leading newspa-
per in New York City. As such, he t<. k
a vigorous interest in political affairs
both local and national. He also has the
unique distinction of having voted for
every president from Washington, our
first, to Ulysses S. Grant, our 18th.
Naphtali Phillips was also a deeply
religious man, proud of his ancestry.
He was clerk and trustee of the Congre-
gation and was elected to religious office
14 times. Another distinction is a special
honor associated with his burial. During
a period of three centuries, he remains
the only layman whose funeral was held
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Friday. October 14, 1966
+JeisHk>riciku)
Page 9-A
CITIZENS SHOULD TAKE TIME OUT FOR THEIR CIVIC RESPONSIBILITY
Big Job for Dade's Election Supervisor
By RANDY FUHR
You can lead a horse to water,
but you can t make him drink.
With a full-time staff ol 2!i
white collar workers, 400 part-
time Dade County employees, and
3,000 one-day volunteers", Martin
atertnan, supervisor of elec-
ts here, has a challenge to
meet.
An increased publicily cam
[n i- .in... underway to briny
ui the '.oic come the Nov. 8
i lections in Dade County, strei
sed Biaierman, who loves to talk
.....re aoout \oiiny procedures
.:..,-.i himself.
Special Elections
Braterman s position is den
especial!} so close to the up-
. urung county-wide general and
ciai elections. "Miami Beach
wid be hi laing two special ..(g
lions those not called for In
.aw, In said, "tor treehoidei
ana regular qualiliod voters.
Seated in his office in the Jus
tice blag., the 56-year-old Dade
. ounty executive said that he had
,<:. "immensely disappointed'
.:. tne recent primary elections,
e only 225.U00 out of 420,000
.-. gistered voter- cast their hal-
lo Is.
Citizens should take time t
learn aoout the "responsibu
i... aidates, examine tin- issu< -
.mine ior themselves candi-
choices, ami then stud} ..
.-. iple ballot, he comment*..
> ot:ng is not only an obli
but AIM one "tin
ileges allorded us as ci .. 1 -
c: these United States, i>..i,t.
1......remai &ea recent.} .o pai
(.. tien.ent.ny school pupils.
fo Braterman, a poor showing
at the polls means lack ol com:
tnce in both the individual citi
/in and the candidates.
Weak Showings
Many reasons accounted for
"weak turnout' of voters at the
i>26 polling areas in the three
county districts, he said. "Voters
are not used to choosing leaders
irom 205 names on the ballot.
it's too long a list. Yet chances
ol less candidates running in fu-
ture years is unlikely. Only 85
timdidates are running in tht
forthcoming ballot setting a
ucord for length in a county
general election."' said Braterman
Another difficulty encountered
in the primaries has been provid-
1 convenient polling areas.
We're forced to scrounge around
a .d take any store, church, syne-
; -ue. gas station, or fire station
available in a particular precinct."
It noted sadly.
Braterman feels many voters
are inconvenienced by traveling
great distances, but holds that
' voters must make every effort
1c show up, no matter what tht
COSt or disadvantage."
Senior Citizens
"Senior citizens take a more
active interest in every election.
They comprise the majority of
volunteer workers in the pre
c:ncts. and vote in a partisan
fashion. Much of their daily hours
Beachite Now
In Viet Nam
Airman Second
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Class Martin D
Stein, son of
Mr. and Mrs.
Julius Stein.
350 S. Shore
Dr., Miami
Beach, is now-
serving in South
Viet Nam.
Airman Stein,
an aircraft
mechanic, is a
graduate of
Miami Beach
High School.
MARTIN BRr.Tl.1t.UN
the voting privilege
are spent in studying campaign
issues, and analyzing the candi-
dates," said Braterman.
Voting, come this election, will
he done by each voter using two
electronic voting machines. "Be-
sides voting for 26 contested offi
cers, participants will decide 13
constitutional amendments,
one count] amendmi nt, ami one
countj ordinance," Ided.
Biaterman's office hours in the
Metropolitan Justice Building are
lengthy ones devoted to ci 0
voter registrations, pro\,
ing ample vot ng areas, and !lo
eating 1 iting machine ry fo
ii I oth 1 i.'. at school ele< -
(ions.
Working Overtime
"When votet enter poll
areas, the\ are allotted five
ufes in c 1 ilete then choices in
i'h-. 'I ho
their select of- of leaders b
hand will complete this procedure
in two or three minutes he said,
Paper ballots are used for absen-
tee voting.
Braterman. the only appointed
supervisor of elections in Florida.
works five to eight hours over
time nowadays. His office is com-
fortable. His secretary sits oppo-
site her hoss with a cheerful
smile on her face. Braterman
seems contented about his duties,
hut looks weary.
"Lack of time has forced me to
give up what 1 like doing: play-
ing bridge and traveling. Before
i took this position, nn family
and 1 journeyed more than 12,000
miles in the United States. Now,
l prefer living a quiel life." he
n..ted.
Braterman's parents came io
' in 1940 ii,. remained
dyi his birthplace, until
hil his family in 1954 ii.'
look up his former certified pub-
lic accountant practice in M
Community Service
Before assumin duties as elec-
I sup .v i "i. Jan 11. Bratei
man served a- secretary and
treasurer of .. drug manufacturer
ior eight yeat and -.- interal cit>
auditor for three yeat -
Educated by -attending night
sessions for four years at Colum-
bia University, Braterman receiv-
ed New York State CPA certifi-
cation in 1935. He has studied
municipal finance administration
and supervisory development, as
city auditor.
Community service has always
been foremost in his career. He
is a member of the Florida Insti-
tute of Certified Public Account-
ants. New York Society of CPAs,
Jewish War Veterans, B'nai I.'rith
Men. and Beth Torah Synagogue.
"Bade Count) is at least twice
as large as any Florida county.
People who try to evaluate us
with other counties are doing an
injustice. With bigness, election
returns take longer to file and
tabulate because more candidates
run for office, and 11.ore voters go
to the polls," Braterman said.
'International Business Ma-
chines may revitalize voter re. is-
tration h 10 in the near futuri "
Sun-tanned Braterman enjoys
In few momi ;' ; -ee time nt
a daily 3 p m eak. Some
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Jewish Children's Service Annual MeetLaw t0 Profect ***
Schedules Miami Psychiatrist in Talk
Metro Commissioner Alex Gordon joins Mesivta of Greater
Miami Louis Merwitzer Hiqh School as a contributing mem-
ber in its current membership drive. Harry Rosenberg, com-
mittee leader and trustee of Mesivta, is chairman of the mem-
bership campaign. Mesivta is the only hiah school in the
entire Southeastern Region of the U.S. combining a Hebrew
and academic program. The school, with more than 50 stu-
dents, has boarding and non-boarding students.
Washington, Paris
Told of New Danger
Two visiting psychiatrists will
address the luncheon session of
the 90th annual meeting of the
Jewish Children's Service on Sun-
lay. Oct. 23. at the Standard Club
m Atlanta, it was announced bv
Alfred E. Garber, president of the
Atlanta-based regional agency.
With Dr. William Rotiersman. of
Atlanta, serving as session chair
man. Dr William Granitir. of
Washington, D. C. anu Dr. Allan
A. I.ipton. of Miami, will give ar.
appraisal of two of the major de-
monstration projects presently be !
in undertaken by the Jewish Chil-
dren's Service.
In Washington, Or. Granitir
Js consultant for the Special Fos-
ter Home Program for Emotion-
ally-Disturbed Children under
the auspices of the Jewish Social
Service Agency there.
In Miami. Dr. Lipton serves a.s
consultant for the Group Treat-
ment Home for Emotionally-Dis
turbcd Adolescent Boys under the
auspices of the Jewish Family and
Children's Service of Miami.
Both programs now operating in
th<>:r second year are pioneer ef-
lorts in child-care and treatment
techniques in the Southeast. The
appraisal will help the Jewish Chil-
dren's Service Board evaluate tlieii
effectiveness and detc"niine t'i
rections for similar programs in
ether sections of the region. Th<
JCS serves "he five Southeastern
Coastal states and the District of
Columbia. The 100-member board
is representative of the entire re
gion
The Jewish Children's Service,
formerly known as the Hebrew Or-
phans' Home, was organized in
1876. It maintained an institution
on Washington St.. Atlanta, until
the early 1930's. In recent years.
il has concentrated its efforts on
the development and strengthening
of local community welfare serv-
ices for Jewish children and their
families. Eli Fahn serves as ex-
ecutive director.
Mrs. Harold Marcus, chairman
of the 90th annual meeting ar-
rangements, said that other spe-
cial affairs to mark this anniver-
sary will be held during the year.
TRENTON, N.J. fJTA) Mis-
representing certain foods is being
kosher will now be a violition of
New Jersey State law in accord-
ance with a new bill signed by
Gov. Richard J. Hughes The leg-
islation is aimed at deceptive or
misleading statements ind pro-
vides for stiff fines. The law was
introduced by State Sen Kaclyn S.
Goldman, of Essex Cour.
Singles Club Sets
Swim Meeting
Swim and social meeting of the
Young Adult Singles Club has been
set for Thursday. Oct. 20. at the
YM and WHA. 8500 SW 8th St.,
for Thursdav. Oct. 20. 7:30 p.m.,
at the "T."
Temporary officers of the
organization are Karen Kawaler.
chairman; Sharon Levy, secretary,
Kay Levin, programming; Cynthia
Robinson, refreshments; and Barry
Sherbal. treasurer.
In charge of information is Mrs.
Rita Schoenberg.
PEOPLE WHO ARE
INTERESTED IS
WORKING
SETTLING or
STUDYING
IN ISRAEL
TEMPORALLY or
PERMANENTLY
may obtain information
through the
Israel Aliyah Cer "it
whose Regional Director
will be visiting Mia -i
Sunday, Oct. 16 throuc- 18.
Telephone for Appointment
FR 9-6195
Continued from Page 1-A
from the latest Syrian "sabotage
and murder." Mr. Sasson pre-
sented Gen. Bull with a police
report on the incident. They dis-
cussed the possibilities of Uni-
ted Nations action to prevent
similar occurrences in the future.
Gen. Bull presented his condol-
ences on the deaths of the four
border policemen.
The I'nited States and Soviet
Ambassadors also were asked to
meel with Israeli officials, at the
Premier Levi Eshkol in
capacitj of Premier, De-
. in n
- sit
to th- I Ited Nations Pi |
: :-' Mr h
t Ambas dor Di-
bin that the Soviet
risibility for
-i Incursion because the
ei couraging Syrian
designs on Israel. The
er al-o planned to protest
illy against an article
Moi lay in Izvestia, the official So-
wet Government newspaper, which
accused Israel of paiticipating in
an alleged plot to overthrow the
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Syrian regime. Mr. Eshkol was to
inform the Soviet envoy that Is-
rael, far from plotting against any
Arab country, wants only peace
and quiet on its Arabian borders.
The meetings with the United
States and Soviet envoys were held
Tuesday in the Premier's office.
The entire Israeli press called on j
the Government to react energetic-
ally to impress on Syria that "wan-
ton murder" could not be tolerated
The independent daily. Haaretz. as-
serted that tho planned appeal to
the UN decided on by the Cabinet
would not he enough "to prevent
further murder and sal otage "
< described 'the goal to be
Israel was one of
"breaking of Syria's bellicose
spirit."
other newspapers also placed
responsibility squarely on Syria
but added, in the words of Davar,
the organ of the Ilistadrut. Israels
labor federation, that "foreign pow-
ers which support Damascus are
not free of blame."
A Jewish Telegraphic Agency
correspondent who visited the site,
a half mile from the Syrian border,
found a scene of havoc. The jeep
in which the border patrol rode
was a mass of charred metal. Pieces
of the vehicle, as well as personal
belongings of the patrol members,
hung from nearby trees. There is
a long lane bordered by pine trees
and orange groves, and it was on
this lane that the jeep command
car was riding when the patrol
members heard explosions at a
corner of the Kibbutz Shaar Hago-
lan. Driving to investigate, the pa-
trol sent the jeep over a huge
mine. Observers said this was the
first time that infiltrators had de-
liberately set an ambush for Is-
raeli police officers.
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vJewisti Fhridlam
Page 11-A

SEN. JOSEPH TYDINGS
Urge Halt To
US+ra-Rightists
C:ntinued from Page 1-A
oatioi programs "to deal ob-
jective with Austria's past, and
prepan students to partieii)ate ef-
in a democratic society."
Leinbcrer denied the
that neo Nazism was grow-
ing ir Austria and said the Gov-
ernment of Chancellor Josef Klaus
was ctermined to prevent a re-
turn oi anti-Semitism. He said he
would present a detailed answer
to th< AJCongress charges. Dr.
Prinz .nvited the envoy to prepare
buch reply, and to appear before
the Conference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish Organiza-
tions to present his Government's
side c-; the controversy. Dr. Prinz
is cha.'rman of the Conference.
hvtiv
l)r
chart."

Bishop Denies Hostile Words
BUENOS AIRES (WNS)
Bishop Jeronimo Jose Podesta. of
Avellai Jea. a suburb of this city,
has denied a New York Times re-
port v. ich quoted him as having
said ir an interview with the cor-
respoi nt for a Uruguayan week-
ly thai ic would not be surprised
to he. lhat Jewish doctors were
being . pital bs in Argentina.
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Sen. Tydings at Beth David
United States Sen. Joseph l>
Tydings ol Maryland, will be
guesl speaker ;it the Congregation
Beth David Israel "Chai" Dinnei
te, it was announced by Rab-
bi Sol Landau, spiritual leader of
the congregation, and Seymour
Fi iend, dinner chairman,
The dinner will take place on
Sunday evening, Oct. 23. at the
Pontainebleau Hotel, where Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Spiegelman wiM
be recipients of the Israel "Chai"
Aw ard Sen. Tydings bears a disting-
uished name in American states-
manship. Prior to his election to
the United States Senate, he
gained renown in his own state
as a leader in the struggle for
humanitarian causes. He served
in his state's legislature, and
prior to that he was United
States District Attorney for
Maryland, a post to which he
was named by President Ken-
nedy.
In his post, he risked his poli-
tical future to prosecute two
United States Congressmen and
the Speaker of the Maryland House
of Delegates on charges arising out
of a Maryland savings and loan |
scandal.
In Washington, he has gained na-
ti mal fame as an orator and as
ol Isiat I's fi I. nds in the na-
tion's capital.
In anno -..> nt" Sen, Tydln -' up
l P at the Beth David Israel I
"( hai" Dinner of State, Rabbi
Landau said that 'it is a tribute
tn !I h Da\ ill and to our honon e
at the dinner."
Last Sunday evening, Mr. and
Mrs. Seymour Friend held a recep-
tion at their home for members of
the dinner committee of host-, and
announced that a distinguished
rosier <>| Congregation leaders have
joined in planning the event
Serving with Rabbi l-andau and,
Mr and Mrs Friend at the If lm '
ol the committee are Lewis Stern-
-In .11 and Sidnej Aronovitz, honor-
ary chairmen; Albert l Beer, pres-
ident; Mrs. Seymour Kaplan, pres-
ident of Sisterhood; and David
Braun, president of Men's Club,
Among the members of the com-
mittee of hosts are
i'Ii.hI.-s All. lm in. I...- Aon-iiHiin,
l 'iii nt Akni i. I '.ii hi Alti rman, l.o.inu
iVukuhI, Sum lliHtanex, Abraham
Itarkan, Hurolrl link. I >; \ i Harold Hrrki AI Berkowltz, Harold
Berkowtti, liiadore Herman, Milton
r.. i:.-i mm. iiiii,.iii Berney, r.u-i
Bernhurdt, Abraham Botker, Hyman
I'.iiihn i-. irwln I'hrlxlle, I'.-rl,- Corn,
a; ii.....us, '- .ii Maypi'H, .!. I
M'ltmi, I:.-,i-ii.-i r MiiKkin, Sianli
" '. Mi ,-v- JlWflih Nun-ill., |L I" .'
"ii.. David I'miii-. THIIe P.k.-ln-r
| I mils I'lotkin, .1...-.-.I1 I'cimi
.l--.|.ii Pout, Sj mm I -ir.-1- I :,< i,:
Rolilnon I Ik, Mm i Itahlnou Hz
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Prank \ Rim*, raivlp Riwpii
i-iwii, .ii'riiiii,- .--i, i-n. .ii.>i-|iii ^wnrtx,
Max Swartit, Hdwurd Swwrdlin, Mod
'I'ini'liili. Robert Ti-aurlg, Mumn
Turvtaky. l'..i mini I'm, II. Philip Wiir-
sh.iw. Maxwell Wans, An rim W. inkl.
.I.n.in.- Wfjnklf, .liili.in W.inKl..
William Welntrnuh, i.......ard Wolf.
I-N'jii Knlka, Harry Zuckcvman.
Envoy's Son
Works on Kibbutz
TEL AVIV CWNS The Sde
Boker kibbutz, famed as the retreal
for former Premier Da d Bei
Gurion, had a distin ;uishi I kil,
butznik II mer Chri tiai
Pauls, the 22-year old I
Rolf Pauls, uv-t German) Km
bassador to Israej.
Arrangements for the young
man to umk m the kibbutz were
by Mr. Ben-Gurion, People
in Sde I'.oker described the youth
as being diligent and a good work-
er. His German origin was no ba
to his relationship with the Sde
Boker community.
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AGUDATH ACHIM. Lombardy hu.cl
S305 Collins Ave. Orthodox.
AGUDATH ISRAEL 7801 Cartyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.

AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA.
TION. 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morris Barr.
----"
ANSHE EMES. 25S3 SW 19th Av*i
Conservative. Emanuet Kush-lwit*.
president. Cantor Sol Pakowiti.
----
BETH DAVIT* 26?5 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
tervative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor
William W. Lioson.
Prida) Mlnchs 5:80 p.m. Plrst late
. \ li.m 8:15 p.m Pulpll Bueat, Itnbhi
Jules Rarlow, associated with the
Rabbinical Assembly, will speak "
'Conte-ni|Mrary Needs am! I >.\vl..p-
iii. nl in Litany." Saturday '.' m
Bermon "Tli.- Torah Lesson." Baa
Mltsvah: Andrea, daughter of Mr.
id Mrs. Monroe Pollack, Mlncha ."
i>. hi.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Friday 5:45 i>.m. Saturday 8:10 a.m.
Sermon: "The Waters Of lK-went."
study class i.*h p.m. Minolta 8:15 p.m.
ETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
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ETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T
Swirsky Cantor Maurice Mamches.
---- ----
ETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari.
Saturday >*:4r. a.m. Sermon: "A Con-
stant Flood." I:S0 p.m. "Poitl.....>f
l.iw." ,"):30 p.m. "Is War Inevitable."
ETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
I, r;~n.iii
CANDIEUGHTJNG TIME
30 Tishri 5:35 p.m.
M630 W. Dixie Hwv. Conservative
Cantor Seymour Hinkes.
---- ----
BETH SOLOMON. 50 NW 51st PI.
Conservative. Rabbi Aharon M. Feier.
Prldaj 8:15 i'"i Sermon: "AutheniI
Judaism So win ail tin- Confusion."
N.'w members "ill be inducted. Mr
in,i Mrs Jack Oreenberg "ill host
ill.- Ones Bhabbat and their son. Ben-
nett, in the second arad.- at tli.- Heb-
rew Academy, will sins the Kldduah
Saturday : a.m. Mincha 8:15 p.m.
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JETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
-
sETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabhi Max Lip
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer.
Friday 5:80 and 8:18 p.m. Sermon:
"Do We Have Distorted Concepts of
Prayer." Bas Mltsvah: Teni. daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard SchWartS
Saturdaj 8:80 i m liar Mltsvah:
Philip, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Newman: Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Shust. rni.in. Mincha 5:10 p.m.
---- ----
9'NAi RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Jack Leeier.
Friday 8:18 p.m. Students of the Reli-
HEBREW LESSON
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bridges in all parts of the country
Along the northern coast of Is- c01'3?86*1-
reel, ten kilometers before the! Only one bridge of the 11 re-
frontier point ci)h Ibanon. the mained intact. By the light of full
road crosses it*** a large, solid | moon, a Haganah detachment ad-
bridge, Gesher Haziv; on both sides vanced toward the village of Ach-
of the bridge magnificent sea ; ziv. The aim was twofold: to blow
coast scenery and the remains of up the railway bridge leading to
an Arab village the village of
Achziv. In the neighborhood, there
is a tiny monument which is lo-
cated by the side of the bridge. On
the monument are engraved 14
names, those of 14 members of the
when they tried to blow up the
bridge 18 years ago.
It was during British rule In
Eretz Israel./The British army was
at war with the Jewish community,
which was fighting for its freedom.
The underground organizations in-
tensified their activity. On June
17, 1946, Haganah headquarters de-
cided to blow up road and rail
bridges throughout Eretz Israel.
At midnight on the night of June
17, loud explosions were heard,
and dozens (Hebrew "tens") of
Beirut and the adjoining road-
bridge. When the sappers arrived,
they were met by the light of
searchlights and the fire of ma
chineguns.
slous and Sundaj Schools will be con*
Pern i '' Kalva
: on > i- i ,\ \;ini I i.m. Ilai
Mini ih Noland, sun i( Mr ind Mrs
James Raccus
e------
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
T M AM'. 1J4r Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rnbb' Div Rozencweig.
------e
FT. LAUOEROALE JEWISH CEN-
TER. 547 E. Oakland Park' Blvd.
f*n'e'v?'i"e. Rabb< Proi.p Chatton.
Cantor Theodore Mirtdich.
Pridat *!'.''< p m. ftrnnin: "The Space
Projrram in the Then e ot Noah."
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CT. LAUOEROALE EMANO-EL 180'
S Andrews Ave. Reform Rabb
Richard M. Leviton. Cantor Jerom-
Klement.
HALLANOALE JEWISH CENTER
126 E. Hallandale 3;ach Blvd. Rev.
Paul Deutsch.

HEBREW ACADEMY 2*10 Pin-tre-
Or. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Oeoes
PYlda; t p.m Saturdaj t i m. Mlnchi
8:80 p.m.
------e------
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 120'
Johnson St. Conservative. Rabb'
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudat*
Heilbraun
------e
ISRAELITE CENTER J175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L
Drazin. Cantor William B. Nussen.
sen.
Pridav ,'.:S0 p.m. Saturday <:'' m
Sermon: "Portion of the Week."
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JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITV
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
------e------
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Self.
Frida> T.:30 p.m. Saturdaj S:3'> a.m.
Sermon: "Floods of Noah in oit
Times." 4 to 6:30 p.m. Classes In Tal-
mud and Ethics of the Fathers.
------e
LU8AVITCHER MlNYAN. 800 Wash
ington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abra
ham Korf. Cantor Ernest Field.
------e
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
1th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
E. Csplan.
Flidaj 5:40 p.m. Saturda.v 9 am Ser-
mon: "The Olive BranchIts So- ri--
and Meianlns to the Jewish Peopl.-."
Mlncha .".: l.'i p.m.
---- ----
TEMPLE ADATH VESHURUN. Con
servative. 1025 NE "3rd St. Mum.
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky.
Cantor Maurice Neu.
Friday S:lr. p.m. Saturdaj R:*r. a.m.
Sermon: "A New HeKinnin-c." Minclin
6:45 p.m.
----- ----
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 S. Kendall
Or:. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
---- ----
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
Fridaj* S:i^ p.m. Bermon: "The Tow-
er-Builders Of our Tliiies." Saturdaj
u a.ni. Bar Mltsvah: Ronald, son .:
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel I.. Schwartsmatl.
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TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL. 1 545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Cantor
Saul H. Breeh.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Er
nest Sterner.
---- ----
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chast
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronisn
Cantor David Conviser.
Fridaj S:i:> p.m. Sermon: "Your Pam-
lly and Your CorusreKatl.-na! Pamily."
Officers and directors of the temple
Sisterhood and Brotherhood will be
consecrated. Saturday 10:45 a.m. Bar
Mitzvah: Myron, son of Mr. an Mrs
Marvin Marx.
TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8tn
St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
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TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative. Cantor
Abraham Reiaeman.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
Fridaj* 6 p.m. Saturday a.m. Ser-
mon: "The itillle is the Word of God
What Does It Mean'" liar Mitzvah:
Andj'. son of Mr. Mrs. Nelan Sweet.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabm
Joseph R. Narot.
Fridaj' 8:14 p.m. Sermon: "The
Failure of the Catholic. Protestant
and Jewish Religious Kducation." Ad-
ministrators and public school teach-
ers of the temple religious school wl I
be Kuests during services, and will be
honored at a reception
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIRAMAR
3500 SW 69th Way. Conservative
Rabbi Irwin Cutler.
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TEMPLR .IUDEA. 5500 Granada Blvd.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip
pei
Friday R:If. p.m Sermon: "Another
Face of Moses." Mrs tjeorge Balber
will hless the sahhalh Candles.
CJ"se'vatve Rabb. Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman.
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TEMPLE NER TAM.D. 80th St. ml
Tatuen Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional Rabbi Eugene LSDOv.tz. Can-
tor Ejward K.e'n.
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TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW :6th St.. Miami Rabb
Ra'ph Olltmin. Cantor Herman
Marchoein.
e -
TEMPLE SHULOM. 132 SW -1th Av- .
Pompano Beach. Conservative. Rab-
bi Morris A. Skop. Cantor Leon
S-jii
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
Temoorarv office '^20 NE T64tn St
Reform.. Cantor Chet Gale
Fridaj 8:1." p.m, Sermon: "Hoa Can
". Keep .ur Idealism in this Hate-
s;e?" vr urday 11 i m. I ia-
Ml si ih Mark, son >f Mr and Mrs.
i'lii' s.ok. All services held it '' ish-
n.M m Federal, 699 nk 167th Si in I
conducted py Rabbi Marlus Ranson

TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 95' E
4th Ave., Hialeah. Conservat vo
Rabbi Maurice Kiein.
Friday 1:18 pin Saturdaj I .i
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TEMPLE ZION. 8X Miller Rd. On
servative. Rabin Alfred Waxrran
e
TEMPLE 2AMORA 44 Zamo'a Av,
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell 3-r.
per. Cantor Ben Oickson.
. I.ii 8:18 p.tn Si mtin ;-
in Je Vanlshlna s
n. I.* a.in Sermon: The Portl
he W e(s*t. :
r-FERETH ISRAEL 6S00"N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Htnr,
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YOUNG ISRAEL 340 NE I7l8t S'
Orthodox. Rabbi Snerwin Stauber

YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
'542-44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Naf.
tali Porush
rCctouinicm Uelevision j^roctrctnts
Oct. 16 Ch. 10, 11 am.. "The Jewish Worship Hour."
Guest: Rabbi David Shapiro.
Oct. 16 Ch. 7. 10 a.m.. "The Still Small Voice."
Host: Rabbi Leon Kronish.
Oct. 18 Ch. 2. 9:30 p.m.. "Man to Man."
Participants: Rabbi Herbert Baumgard,
Fr. Donald Connolly, Rev. Albert Schmidt.
Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Pierce.
Topic: "The "God is Dead' Controversy."


SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION NOAH
Noah and his wife behold a rainbow in the sky; God's
promise never to destroy mankind.
"Go forth from the Ark, thou, and thy wife" (Gen. 816).
NOAH Noah was commanded to build an Ark for shel
ter from the Flood that would overwhelm the earth. In the Ark
he place his wife and three sons, Shem, Ham, and Japheth, to-
gether with their wives; also two of each species of creature
on earth, one male and one female to perpetuate the species
(seven were allowed for the species that were ritually clean).
The Floor that covered the earth drowned all living things ex
cept those in the Ark with Noah.
After a year, the waters receded and the earth dried. Noah
let all the creatures out of the Ark, that they might be fruitful
and multiply on earth. He sacrificed in thanksgiving to God.
God, for his part, promised Noah that He would never again
send a floor that would destroy the earth. The sign for thus
agreement, or covenant, is the rainbow.
Men increased and spread over the world; in the land of
Shinar they sought to build a tower whose peak should reach
to heaven. Here, they thought to concentrate all the earth s
population. But God, irked at man's presumption, confused
their speech. Previously all men had spoken one language. Now
they spoke various languages; not being able to understand each
other, they could not work together, and the building of the
Tower of Babel ceased.
Terah. the father of Abram, came to Haran.
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is Mr.
tract** and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher is
Sh-ngold. and the volume is available at 2/ William St., New
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume
is Joseph Schlanq.

. iii
..jen I .
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
We Can Prove 'Worth'
Of Our Holy Day Effort
In this battle fell the first vie! temple menorah. 620 7sth St
.".^"^^^^''.^^..'"^^Itim, Yehiam Weitz. "Keep on.
Don't bother about me," whisper-
ed the wounded man. The sappers
continued the operation, and while
they were engaged in connecting
the explosives to the "legs" of the
bridge, a British rocket hit the
main load of dynamite. In the tre-
mendous explosion, 13 members of
the Haganah were killed on the
spot, including the commander of
the operation. The railway bridge
went up with them.
(Published by Brit I writ Olamit)
f'WN '"li
This page is prepared in co-
operation with the Greater Mi-
5 ami Rabbinical Association.
Coordinator of features ap-
I pearing here is
DR. MAX LIPSCHITZ
I spiritual leader of Beth Torah
| Congregation of Horth Miami
I Beach.
By RABBI PHINEAS WEBERMAN
Ohev Shalom Congregation
"Go forth, children, hearken un-
to me: I will teach you fear of the
Lord." These are the words of the
Psalmist. (34:12)
There is a question concerning
the wording of .
the beginning of
the sentence.
Why is the ex-
pression "Go
forth" used? It
would seem
more appropri-
ate to say,
"Come hither,
my children,
and I will teach
you "
The answer
to this question
was given by a
renowned a n -
cestor of mine RABBI WIMKMAN
who lived in Germany 200 years
ago. the great Rabbi Shumel Horo-
witz, of Nickelsburg, of blessed
memory.
We can understand the words of
King David by comparing a stu-
dent of the fear of the Lord to one
majoring in economics. As a stu-
dent, he learns from his lectures
and reading all about the world of
business. Although he may be-a
diligent student receiving good
grades, his future success is still
uncertain.
It is only when he leaves his
studies in theory to apply them to
practical knowledge and action
that results will begin, to show.
Only then, will he know whether
his years of effort and great ex
pense were wasted or well-spent.
This same sequence applied to
the student of "Yiraas Hashem"
one who will learn the fear of the
Lord. "Go forth," the Psalmist
tells us, "into the everyday world
There will be verified the purpose
of my teachings."
During the month of Tishri. we
were all students of "Yiraas
Hashem." A major part of our. time
was spent within the walls of the
synagogue, where we celebrated
the holidays in solemnity and joy.
There, we were informed and in-
spired by sermon and prayer. The
theories of Torah-life have be>*ti
absorbed; and it is during the
month of Cheshvan a monti
that has no holiday that we "go
forth."
It is during these weekdays that
we can apply these theories to
positive action. Now is given to us
the opportunity to prove that th time, effort and expense that were
expended in the celebration of tli*
holidays were "well-spent."
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Friday, October 14. 1966
*Jm "$/' fhrkUari
Page 13-A
Hypocrisy of Our Crime Witch -Hunt
Continued from Page 4-A
standing of her legal rights while
being charged.
It is not exaggerated to say
we live in a wildly permissive
era. Such excesses are apparent
r.ot only in New York and else-
where, but in the Rix and Mossier
cases, themselves in our micro-
scopic reading of the lurid and
sexual testimony surrounding
these murders, when not a whit
of it should have appeared in
the newspapers in the first place,
particularly if we consider those
wholesome, respectable, upstand-
ing, church-going citizens who
itmand censorship of "question-
able" books and literature so as
rot to taint the minds of ouj~
young, and who send off publish-
ers to jail for putting out may a
*ines they secretly read in pri-
vate.
Abdication to Youth
Take the young, about whose
minds we are so concerned. We
have given the world into their
hands We abdicate to then
"swinger"" talk. We listen to the
j.bberish they call music, and
make it our own. W:e condemn
the way they dress and groom
themselves, while silently in
(bulging it. and even admiring the
"courage" they demonstrate in
being know-nothing a char-
acteristic in them we would have,
at their age, presumably liked for
our own. Instead of imposing our
value system on them, we mouth
sacred shibboleths Rhnut the in-
herent freedom birth accords
them as individuals to choose
their own destiny and then
wt bemoan drop-outs, juvenile
delinquency, depressed educa-
tional standards, and the trow-
ing crime rate.
Submission to Huxters
And we bemoan, as. well, juries
that are lax with criminals:
judges who make pardons simple
beyond imagination; and gambl-
ing and sexual evils, all lurking
in the sub-surface of our heated
imaginations, which we never
properly expunge, and which we
i..\ too frequently indulge in
fancy. What, in fact, have we
done, by our behavior, by the in-
tenl (i our lives as example, by
.
Chancellor Says Austria
Combats Anti Semitism
Contii.ueti from Page 1-A
liberal" -congregation; Dr. E.
Eaructl.*'head of the Sephardk
community: the Rev. J. H. Kroon.
[,i the Dutch Reform Church: aid
Fr. Kruijf. a Roman Catholic
.".(St.
In his address at the meeting
Pr Kroenig said that, if such gath-
erings had taken place 30 or 4'.>
veers ago. "then the catastrophe
, which befell European Jewry
might never have happened."
Meanwhile, a Vienna jury hand-
<-d down a verdict this week which,
in effect, acquitted Franz Novak,
chief transport officer for Adolf
Eichman, of responsibility for the
wartime deportation of hundreds
td thousands of Jews. The 53-year-
old former SS Captain obtained the
verdict' on a re-trial after he had
previously been sentenced to an
eight-year term, in 1964. The Aus-
trian Supreme Court overturned
the first verdict on a technicality
In the second trial, here, the
jury of five women and three
men agreed, seven to one, that
Novak knew that the Jews for
whose transport he arranged
were scheduled to die in the
evens at the Auschwitz death
camo ,.
Thereby, the jury held, he had
endangered the lives of the vic-
tims. However,, the jury deadlock-
ed, four to four, on whether Novak
acted unde' duress. Such a verdict.
under Austrian law. means acquit-
tal.
the courage of our convictions,
to shout a single, final, firm nay
to them?
What Dade County is doing to-
day is to let the hucksters of pub-
lic opinion pretend to speak for
its soul. This is hypocrisy bey-
ond bearing.
One can go on and on. What I
am getting at is that the sin is
ours. ?ri'd to wash it away, we
have become sanctimonious about
sin. In the process, we have let
others "lead the battle" against
it. Instead of helping our law en-
forcement officers in a variety
ol obvious and meaningful
ways, we find it more exciting to
abdicate even this responsibility
to others. Why not the Miami
Herald? Why not Ch. 4?
Much in recent months has
been made of Mr. Gerstein's
tenure in office. Both media
singled out here have run and
continue to run series about it.
I am sure Mr. Gerstein needs
no support in this column: he
can defend himself. But the is-
sue is not Mr. Gerstein. It is our
own hypcrisy, and an examin-
ation of this does have place here
Besides allusion, allegation, in-
sinuation and innuendo, what
have Mr. Mcssick. Mr. Wick-
strom. and Mr. Renick in fact to
say aga.nst Mr. Gerstein?
Unprecedented Act
Mr. Renick went one step
further. Last week, he appeared
on a midnight radio program run
by Lee Vogel. of WQAM. to dis-
cuss the "Gerstein situation."
This is unprecedented in jour-
nalism. It would be like Mr. Sub:-1
berger. of the New York Times,
writing a lead editorial in the
New York Daily News. It sur
passes Mr. Renick's previous in-
ability t<> score a single line oi
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Is this a self-seeking newspap-
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a possibility more reason than
the newsmen offer us to suspect
the rectitude of Mr. Gerstein. No
one denies the crime and the;
criminals in South Florida. But,
let us speak out honestly. Let us
not attack others in order to
whitewash our own responsibility.
Undermining Public Faith
What the attack on the Ger-
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munity. which continues to un
cover nothing against Mr. Ger- \
stein, is to undermine trust in
its public officials, while replac-
ing that trust with nothing else.
It is this I meant when I said
at the beginning we are reliving
the McCarthy era. The Mcssick
presentation to "you Jews'" before
the Presidents Council on Miami
Beach illustrates perfectly this
singular lack of ervic-mindedness
while parading in full and self-
righteous panoply as the highest
of civic-minded efforts.
The Herald and Ch. 4 may. in-
dead, have something oh Mr.
Gerstein. But if they have any-
thing more than innuendo, let
them offer it now or else give
up their self-serving "expos ."
and get on with the business of
helping him and our other public
officials do their duty.
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Friday, October It. 1966
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Arguing With the Lord an Ingrained Habit With Us
A rguing with
** the Lord
i- an ingrained
Jewish habit.
W h o m else
could a Jew]
in olden tin-
argue with? |
A r g ii e wit!
the anfHSemitic KOSnalPXiOVer-
nor'.' lie vvouion t listen. But
God always listens.
The rabbi of Benlitchev was
especially famous for it. No i ne
loved God more, but he was for-
ever arguing with Him. Maybe
it was because of this love that
he argued so. If we fear .some-
one, we don't argue with him,
but if we continue to argue,
there must be a basic friendli-
ness.
The .Jewish dialogue with the
Lord goes far bacK to Abraham.
When Clod proposed to destroy
sinful Sodom. Abraham called
attention to the (act that, in tlr.s
holocaust, righteous people
would also perish. Was it right
to destroy these good people in
order to get at the wicked? The
question that Abraham raised
is a recurring one. A thinking
person must raise it about war.
we hope to remove a few peo-
ple we call wicked; so. in the
course of it. many thousands of
good and innocent people are
slain Abraham didn't teel it
.is justified and he asked:
' Shall the Lord of all the earth
not do right?"
The matter of reconciling a
just God with sufferings of the
righteous is the theme, of the
Book of .lob. Carlyle called .loli
one oi the literary masterpieces
oi the world.
All oi u- have said or heard
quoted phrases and sentences
out of Job "The Lord giveth and
the Lord takcth away. Though
We slay me, yet will l trust him.
Verily ye are the people and
wisdom will die with you." Peo-
ple are constantly quoting such
snatches of Job. yet the boo.
;:- a whole is not much read to-
day.
With the intent ol populariz-
ing it. Dr. .Maxwell silver has
prepared a dramatized version
winch has now been published
bj the Union of American Mob
icw Congregations. Dr. Silver
had sought to present the woi <
in the modern idiom and it
would seem to be a natural
especially for s y n a g o -: u e
dramatic groups to present.
Maxwell Silver is a brother
oi the late Abba llillel "Silver
According (o the Book of P i
verbs, words in their Season
'like apples of gold in pitc
of silver." That wasn't sal
the Silver brothers, but mi
have been.
For a time. Maxwell, like
brother Abba, was a practicin,'
rabbi. Later he turned to b
ing. Something like that h p
ponod in the case of M
Rothschild, the founder i
Rothschild fortune. He too
studied for the rabbinate
Marx never become a rabbi
his ancestors for several gei
tions were rabbis, anil \
wrote on Capital, a siibjci I
rome interest to bankers.
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Pushing for U.S. Committee on Rights
Washington
TO SPUR United States ratification of the United
Nations genocide convention. Rep. Seymour Hal-
New York Republican, is pushing for action
before adjournment on his bill to establish a U.S.
Committee on Human Rights.
Hearings on the Halpern Bill. H.R. 12306. un-
derscored the need lor such a committee to prepare
lor United state- participation in the observance of
the year )<){<', .,- International Human Rights Year.
Rep. Dante B. Fa-cell. Florida Democrat, who i-
chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Subcommit-
tee of International Organizations, conducted th
hearings and acknowledged that Rep. Halpern "in-
troduced the original legislation in the House."
Rep. Halpern told the Subcommittee that his bi'l
fulfilled a recommendation made by the Citizens
Committee on Human Rights of the 1965 White
House Conference on International Cooperation. The
committee was under the chairmanship of I'm'.
LoUis Ii Sohn. ol the Harvard Law School, who
stressed to Rep, Halpern the need lor enactment
of his bill.
A Senate version of the Halpern bill was in-
troduced by Sen. Joseph s chirk. Pennsylvania
Democrat, co sponsored by 25 other Senators
In a letter to chairman Thomas S. Morgan, of
the House Foreign Affairs Committee, the Depart-
ment of State expressed lull support of the Halpern
bill. The Department said the proposed legislation
By:
MAX LERNER
Stern View of Anti Negro Sociologist
"LEAR YOUR MIND of cant. said
** Dr. Johnson. living Kristol, pub-
isher and essayist, has written a New
Times Magazine piece on the
ro in thai spirit. With his
remarkable tali nl for deflating the
retet and exci i ol ze o>ts. both
.' Kristol wields a chas
birch-rod on the cant ol the
in of the American N
livable.
This is line.
ihat ha thi uthentic ways in wfa
Vmerican >i part of the lai
"ure hile l an d by Kristol so* iolo ical
on. in sa Why dor, t we view the Ne
.i- simplj another immigrant group," I am not satisfied
by it I want to put a question and then assert a fact.
Hie question has to do with sequence. Since the
American Negro was actually a very early immigrant, as
Kristol admits, why is he now such a "late-comer" in
confronting the larger American society?
The Irish and Jews, the Italians and Poles and the
rest, came to America relatively late, yet they have be-
come pretty well integrated in it. True, the Negroes have
come late into the big American cities, which is Kristol's
point. But, this only serves to underscore the special char-
acter of their ordeal today. During the terrible years of
slavery and the Reconstruction decades, before the Negro
came into the big Northern cities, black and white alike
built up a heritage of separateness. It is not only the
badge of the Negro's color, but it is that heritage, differ-
ent not only in degree but in kind fiom the experience
of the other immigrants, which still Obstructs the civil
rights movement.
Mom for the fact I want to asserl It is the fact thai
none of the other immigrant groups, coming into the big
es had to carry through a revolution, as the V
i spite 'lie cm |j si orn and bitten;.-- I,;
the Irish, has there ever been an Irish revolution in
pil 'i-.e troubli il history of anti Semiti m
in America v host iday bi in j rekindl
se oi the Ni gro-white race riots h
ever been a Jewish revolution in America? Yet the fact
revolution i- i ivertible.
This doesn't mean that the Negro situation is "patho-
logical" and unresolvable, but it does mean that the re-
sistances io Negro integration have been so great that it
ha-, required a revolution of equal chances to overcome
them. That is why 1 cannot quite see the Negroes as
only another in the sequence of immigrant groups in
the American cities.
This revolution is now in its third phase. The first
was the legal constitutional phase, and reached its fruition
in the great Supreme Court decisions of the 1950s and
1960s. The second was the legislative phase, in the form
of the succession of Civil Rights Acts of the past few
years, and the latest of them is still being fought out in
the Senate. The third is the phase of rioting and street
fighting in the great cities, not only in the North but
as the current Atlanta rioting testififes in the South
as well.
i
Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER

MIG-21's Made News Exciting

Jerusalem
THE DEFECTION ol an Iraqi
Ail I >< with his Soviet-
made MIG-21 jet fighter to Israel,
in mid-August, was c rtainly one
oi the most exciting events of the
year, in which MIG planes were
frequently in the news, a few
week- earlier, Israeli planes staged
a retaliatory attack against Syria which has been
dispatching El Fatah terrorists murdering Israeli
civilians. On that occasion, the Israeli shot down
one MIG which tried to intercept them.
Then came the Lake Tiberias boat incident.
Lake Tiberias lies entirely within Israel territory,
which officially includes also 33 yards of the eastern
shore. This arrangement goes back to the period
after the first world war. when the victorious Allies
Protectorate of Syria and the British Mandatory ter-
ritory of Palestine. Drawing the border 33 yards
east of the shore was intended to prevent any dis-
putes in the future over the fact that the entire lake
was within Palestine territory In the Armistice
men! between Israel and Syria, signed in 1949,
i! was specified that the demarcation line between
the two countries in that section, is identical with
tin former international border between Palestine
and Syria.
There are several Syrian villages along that
eastern coast and the villagers, during the night,
often engage in fishing in Israel waters. Israeli lish-
ernien also work in the same waters and the
Syrians frequently snipe at the Israelis and even
tear up at night the nets staked out during the
day by the Israelis. To protect the fishermen, Israel
police boats patrol the area. One of those boats got
stuck on a shoal about 150 yards from the coast
and. before other boats could free the stuck vessel.
Syrian planes attacked it.
"demonstrates the continuing eon
cern of the United States for L'N
efforts to advance human rights in
line with our support for the Uni-
versal Declaration in 1948."
Rep. Halpern wants a representative L'.J
mittee appointed as early as possible to impli
a program of activity at the local, state ar
lional level. He hope- that such a committee v Id
through a compelling report, motivate Pre
Johnson and the Congress to achieve ratificati n ol
the ion;, pending genocide treaty. The measu
signed because ol Nazi mas- murders, has been rate
lied by most civilized nations but not by the United
States
Action has been deferred because of fear- in
Washington that the Soviet Union would invoke the
treaty at the United Nations to embarrass the
United States on the domestic problem of Negl
The Department of State now supports the on
cept of a committee as envisaged by Rep. Halpern
"A committee established by Act of Congress will
attract immediate support and cooperation from the
many U.S. organizations and institutions ah- I;
interested in advancing human rights'" said 'he
Department. It was noted that the IN resol
designating 1968 as International Human R
year urged intensification ol domestic efforts
educational programs.
As We Were Saying:
By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Pat Boone\s Banjo
w


fHEN PATRICK .1 Frawlej
cided n centlj to buy a hui
ol t< lev ision tune to put his
patriotism on the air, be help*
cipitate needed public debate ovei .. sen-
sitive issue.
Mr. Krawley is an ultra-conservative
Californian who has backed such right-
wing activities as Dr. Frederick
a..ina.i&a ^...istian anti-Communism Crusade. He is also
chairman of the Sehnick Safety Razor Company.
Not long ago. he brought to television at consider.
able expense a peppy group of 130 talented and well-
trained high school and college boys and girls in a pro-
gram called "Up With People," with attractive and safe-
and cautious Pat Boone as master of ceremonies. The
troupe of 130 are members of Moral Re-Armament, a
long-lived ideology which might well have Brow-nine's
Pippa of Pippa Passes for its mascot and "God's in his
heaven, all's right with the world" as its class slogan.
The late Dr. Frank Buchman, a founder of Moral Re-
Armament, was credited with saying "Thank Cod for
Adolph Hitler." But his followers claim he didn't mean
that the way we might think he was just glad Adolf
was around to fight communism
"Up With People" has a zest and zing to it. Good talent
and fine banjo music. When we watched it. we thought
we heard Pat Boone say something about that good old
show boat's mark of distinction consisting of not being
weighted down with foreign aid. But never mind. The
point is that Mr. Frawley wants to get America free of
obligations around the world, wants to stop all this riot-
ing and violence, wants a big smile on everybody's face,
and wants things just about the way they were under
Warren Harding. Clap hands, here comes prosperity lor
everybodys except the 35.000.00 families with income- of
S3.000 a year or under.
When Dr. Frawley tried to buy time to air "Up With
People," the Columbia Broadcasting System said "N
thanks." According to CBS, the musical program pro-
motes an editorial point of view; and while that is al-
right when politicians purchase the time to seek office,
CBS believes it should turn down firms desiring to sell
ideology instead of a product.
Right-wing broadcasters are up and running. "Life
Line." the program supported by H. L. Hunt, conservative
Texas oilman, is heard on more than 400 stations; the
Dan Smoot Report goes out over nearly 100 stations; the
John Birch Society now claims 13,000,000 listeners on
the 131 stations transmitting that organization's messages.


Iday, October 14, 1966
fjfewlsli fhrfdnatr)
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LEGAL NOTICE
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In and for dade county,
florida, in probate
No. 72273-B
RE Elntate <>i
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I II .as.il.
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Dated .it Miami. Florida, this 20th
i of Snpti mber, A.I'. |p66
ELLA 8. AUERBACH
\s Eh.....utrix
11 st p ibllcatlon of this notice on
23rd dnj of Septembi r. 1966.
Mint .>. MANDLER
I Exe utrix
I.in. i In Itoad, Miami Bi ach
9/23-30 10 7-11
|N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 72226 B
: KB: Estate of
nra k iiawkins
I l| :..- d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
dltors and All Persons
i n or Demands Aicainst
lid Estate:
You re hi reby notified and ri
I i to present any i :
n..i:i,i- which you maj have ajrainst
I JAMBS E. IIA VVKINS,
eased late of I iadi Pi in ty, Plor-
County Judges of I iadi
hunty, ..if; thi sami in duplii ate
l-'i as \ Ided in s.. tlon 733 IS
i 'in.-, in their offlci h In
Com lour! housi In I lade Coun-
Fln Ida, within si\ calendar
'i the time of the fir.-t
hereof, or the same wdi
barn
I v unl, Florida, this 16th
: Si lember. A.D. 1 li
DANIEL i; s.\ i \
An Executor
I p si bib .in.m .>r this oi
30th I '..y ..f Septembi r, J l-tiii.
l\MKl. SATIN'
florne; .- !: itor
duPoui Building
9/30 10/7-14-21
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY
No. 6SC10179
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I.M S ,' rRENZO
Plaint ::
-
A '-!.\' \ ESTEVEZ de
OKI N
1 >l :.
TO: l.i. p\ FJSTEVEZ
!NZO
-.....t
Apt \.. I
I New .-,< N iw V. rh
IVtMl BY notified t
: : r I .
nd ..a .ii. herehj
I I to si opy of >.... an-
'! alnl -.:i the Plain
Itonu LE* .i;i:s
I IN VV, mm, si
I file tin
1 Xl- '' .:......i Hi-
[' I idl Inl '. cull
1 Dl it) p|, |,|
l i N"\i mber,
f width the i 'inn-
|nt takei .. j
[ |.t. mber,
: LE v i HKIt.MAN
tll- .. ||-(
i '" i' '"i ml vxii
30 l 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
F .TlTIOUS NAME LAW
pfi' I- is hereby given that
I ulrlns to
I
I- I. SALES IMPORT-EXPORT
I ' Miami. Florida,
I Klstl i -. d 11.Hi:,
, ,'"'.! the Cli
di i ount]. Florida
'W-\ I. KEMP
Bole i rwner
HALL H FISHER
!> for Applicant
I W 104 .-
Ml. Florida
9 30 in 7-11:1
JTICE BV PUBLICATION
IE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
tVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
LORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66CI0I77
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
|K KLORIU,
Ptlff,
VH.
F1.I1RIO,
klKl.lllI.
PAN PLORIO
'>4 North Clark
pleago, Min, ila
I .ii.an fwjiuo. nr.. hereby
pi that a Hill of Complaint lor
has been filed against you,
ai. required to set re copy
Answer or Pleading to the
1 roiqphtlnt n the iMaintin
. RICHMOND & F'AKIlKlt.
piwayne Houlevnrd, Miami.
SUM and file the orlKinal
or I-leading in the office of
Ik of the circuit Court on or
the 1st daj of November, 1966
[fail to i io, ]ud>raent by .le-
pdi in- taki :- against you for
ll demanded in the Hill of
lint
I e shall be published
k for four .-..ii-.., niiv, week*
h:\visii i'i ohidian
N11 OKUERED at Miami.
Hiis "Uih day ol September,
Ii. *
I'' i.i:aiiii:!:m.\n. Clerk,
" I 'i'UI i. Dade C i rida
i' P tlll'i ',.A\ll
Deputy tMerk
I'M' 8 PARBBR
Jcnyn iu
I !'.> rl
D.iV 10/7-14-11

BY HENRY LEONARD
C))
"And in 1st place on the Israeli Schlemeilson
Ratings are "The Talmud Hour"; in 2nd
place, "Haifa Sabbath Singers"; in 3rd place
"Ed Solomon's Biblical Quiz" .
LEGAL NOTICE
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
CLAUDIA svrri.r.
Plaintiff,
vs.
' I.KATI'S SYIVLT,
Defendant.
TO: CEEATC8 SY1TI.T
220 \v. Michigan Ai ei
Ypsilantl, Michigan
You. CLJ3ATPS BTPL'LT. ari '
by notified thai n Hill of Oompbj t
f.r Divorce has been filed against
you. and you ar* required to nerve a
copy of your Answer or Pleading to
the Hill of Ci lalnt "i> th<
tiffs Attorn..v, 8CBONKELD fc
Ki:i.l>MAN, 619 Iflscayne Bulldlnai
Miami, Florida 3311ft and fib 'he
original Answer or Pleading In the
S of the Clerk of the i
. on or bi fore I he 24th day of
r, 1966. If you fall to do >-..,
i idgmi nt bj del i ill II bi I ki n
tKaliiHt i for thi n inded
Hill of i 'oil pis
DONE AND "IM'KHl.l' at Miami,
thin 14th day of S'epti ber,

i: n i,i:\i HERMAN
i la
.
IOV7-I4
LEGAL NOTICS_________
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
... 'i RUBY GIVEN that
thi .. fc'.'i'd. desiring to engage
. ... r the flOtltlOUN luino'
:.i.l:' THONIi'S, at 73011 Bls-
' iii vard, Miami, Plorida
I1h, tends n sister said name
Terlt l 'he ciri-uit Court
PI rida.
INTI I4N \ J '.I. HOOK
ORPi R VTION,
Soli IW i
10/7-14-21-IS
NOTICE 3> PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COLRT OF THE
ELEVENTH jLOICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, lp| CHANCERY
No. 66010288
SUI- FOR DIVORCE
IT,
\>
M K KINL.BT EA
. ndu
UAUK KINIJCY BAST
56 H
Ri ..
I i .. M a I.' ;:y i a.-
that i Bill
plaint for Dl\ i I filed
i
Men \'.-'.- i I
niK to the Hill t font] lahil ..n the
IPs Attorney, PAUL I
M-:y 420 Mm i In R.....I. M
n i '
..r Pleading In ti.....ffl lie t'ltrk
:.i':; nil '..in ..ti or hi fi '
Bn .i.ii -! v. ivembi
: : to .i.. bo, .i idgment by
u 111 be taken
:.. f demand) i In the BUI of I torn-
This ii. ti. -Ii.. I bi publlshi 'I ..ii.
each week for lour consecutlvi
in Till: JEWISH KI.ORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Mlnmi,
Florl la, this 26\u day of September
ah law.
K. H I.KATHERMAN. Clerk.
Circuit t'ourt, Dade County, Klorlda
(Seal) By: I- SNKKDKN
Deputy Clei i^
PAUL KWITNRY
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln Rood
Miami Beach, Florida
9/30 10/7-14-21
NOTICE iiNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
MOT-ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
... .i d< d, Uei u Ing t" engagi
in businssi undi i the, fictitious numo
of VRNBTIAN VRMfT APARTMENTS
:it 1014-'.lf Venetian Way. Miami,
TOnrlda, Intends to register said n ime
with : "i- r thn Cireult Court
of Had. I'.lllltv, I'loriila.
I \\ it) IUU. i'ruKtet.
EtS is U'I*AN \ I'ORTER
Ktti i ler \i ; i. ,
v\ Street

in 7-14-21-28
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 69605 C
In RE: Rstati i
A Kill I I; I.A.N'I-:
Dei sueed
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO MAKE APPLICATION
FOR DISTRIBUTION AND
FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given thai I have
filed my Final Report and Petition
for Distribution and Final Discharge
as Administrator C.T.A. of the es-
tate of Arthur ijine, deceased: and
that on th. !8th day of October, 1966,
will apply to the Honorable County
Judges of Dade County, Florida, for
approval Of said Final Report and
for distribution and final discharge
as Administrator C.T.A, of the estate
of the above-named decedent. This
-1st day of September, 1966.
HENRY NORTON
Administrator C.T.A,
HENRY M iRTON
Attorney
1406 Biwayne Building
Miami, Florida
n'::t-3n in/7-n
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring :.. engage
in business under the fictitious name
of RONBY ji;wi:i,i:i;s. al 2301 Col-
jlns Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida.
Intends to register .ml num.. with
the Clerk oi the Circuit Court of Dade
i 'ounD. Florida.
sieumcnd's .n:\vi:i,Fits, inc.,
n Florida 'orporatl u
MARX FARBER
Attorn.\ for Applicant
1012 Alnslej Building
Miami, Plot Ida
10 T-l I 21 28
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS.
+Jenisl) fk-riofi^rf
ollcitg your legal noucea.
W* appreciate youi
patronage and guarantee
accurate errlce at legal
mm
Diui FR 3-46M
tor meesenget
LEGAL NOTICF
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QI\ EN thai
the undersigned, desiring to enj
in business under the fictitious name
Of OOI.D POT, at 439 Arthur Godfrey
Road, Miami Beach, Fir rida, Intends
to register said name with th.- Clerk
E 'i; 1'ir.uit Court of Dade County,
Florida
SIEGMCND'S JEWELERS INC.,
a mori.la Corporation
MARX FAR
Attorn.) for Applicant
1012 Aims:. B Milling;
Miami, Florida
7-11-21-28
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 71677 B
in RE: Estate of
MATHIAS :.M I.US 11 KIN
l >. ceasi d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I*o All Creditors and All Persons
Having I'lalina or Demands Against
Said Estati .
You are hereby notified and r.'-
claims and
demands which you ma> have against
. lati MATHIAS IMERSHE1.N
i'd lati I'.oi. Fount) Flor-
ida! to ih. Cnuntj Judgi s ol i m .
Count], and I I he siinie in duplicate
and as provid d In Sectloi 733.16,
si .. -. iii thi ir offl
the Count] Courtl ise In Dudi Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of thi fit I
publication hereof, <-r the same will
;.. barred
l .,!. d ai Miami, Florida, thla .
da} of Septi mber, \ I > I9IM.
HARRIET IMERSHEiN
As Executrix
First publieai n of this notice on
the 23rd daj i September! 1966.
KOMMEL & ROGERS
Attorneys for Executrix
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beai h, I rids
9 23-30 in/7-14
IN T"E COUNTv jurat's COURT
IN AND FOR DACt COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
MS 08'61-B
I
a hi;.Mi .
... i
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO MAKE APPLICATION
FOR DISTRIBUTION AND
FINAL DISCHARGE
. :... given that I ha\
'h>-ii port and Petil
Dlstnl llnaJ Ulsoharge ..-.
I',, it ABRAHAM
and thai
tin- .till day ol Oetolier, lilii l
. i :.u mty Judges
a, for api
tlon b
ol the lai nan
.'-.-. Ii rtl : '... Stb da) : Si pti robet
1966
\' HENRY NORTON
ttl
., i. ,.:.iinir
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious namo
of SHACKS DNI.IMITED OF MIAMI
at 6th floor, Mercantile Bank Build-
ing. 120 Lincoln Itoad. Miami Beach,
Fla intendM to register Haid name
with the. Clerk ol th.- I iur| of
Dade County, Florida
friAlRi; VV AURAMS (soji- owner)
HAI'f* I.ANUY AND IMUIWiii;.
Attorneys for Clairei W. Abrama
9/30 10/7-1 il
NQTICIE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICB IS Ill'Tltloiiv IIVTBN thai
lersigned, ifs|ring to engage
in business under the Hidiioi- m-.oi-
IAN1N Mf)TI-:i. APT*, 138
itreata Mi.imi Boaeli, Worlaa,
intends to regrtntei Haid name with
rk hi I Ik. (hrcuil Court ol Dade
t'ounly, l''lorida.
'LlFl.' DREW, INC
Hy: HAItltV C1IANII1
Pri i.ii-ni
KOVNRIt, MANNIIFIMER &
CKKWNiriHI-D
Atturneya for Cllft-Drew, fnr
9/30 10/7 14 21
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C10S78
SUIT FOR ANNULMENT
^ i, VKICTS Itll Ll >.\.
1 in 111,
Wll MAM P. RIDLON,
Di fl '...Mil
TO Wll i I \.M P. RIDLOU
. Grovi
Chicago, Illinois
Voli, M il I.I \.M I'. RIDI.ON'. ar..
i notil led that a Bill of
plain! for \nnulment has been filed
against you, and you are required to
-.i.. .....pj of your Answer or Plead-
ing Io the Hill of Conipliiint on the
i ii m attorney, Richmond .i
PARKER, s i nt Biscayne Boulevard,
Suit,. 100, Miami. Florida S313I and
fib' the original Answ.-r or Pleading
in Hi.- office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 1st day
.f November, 1966. If-you fail to do
ho, iufiejrrrent by default will be taken
against you fir the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THF. JEWISH Fl.oitlldAN.
OHM-; AND ORDERED at Mlnmi
Florida, thm 26th d-i> of September,
AH 1966
E. It DMA THERM AN. ("I. rk
Circuit Court. D'ide Countv V\ >r. 11
(0sa)) By c P COPEI.AND
Deputy clerk
RICHMOND *: FARDKR
SI01 Rlsonyne Bouleva .1. ite 400
Miami, Florida 33138
_______________ _____ 9. Jo lu 1-14-81
NOTICE UNOEK
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY IIVEN that
the undereigiierl, .1 : :-- to l
in huslnenM under the fi '
of r*RB WE*: hah, ,: 8714 N.E
Avenue, Miami, PI II .'is to
register lid name with the (*ierk of
the Circuit t'ourt ol Dade
Florida
AIiAll 0 HOOK I IRt
Sole Owner
KRSRM9R, MAssi-.Y .
BHCKBRMAN
Aiio-iii-v.. for Appllca
it:. Diltmore Way
t_?oral Qablea, l.'iorida
9. :0 10/7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
In RE: Estate Of
COLEMAN HARRY BTURMAN,
Dec. as d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and ''' Persons
Having Claims or Denis I Against
bald Esl
You .*:-' hereby notl nd re-
quir.sl to present an. lis and
demands which you may against
the estate of COLEMAN HARRY
KTl'RMAN, tteceasi .1 :' I >u le
County. FI >rida. to the Count] Judges
of Dade County, and ::' thi same
in duplicate and a- provided In S
tlon 733 16, Florida Btal ittes, ii
offlci County Courtl
11 mi. :.- Floi Ida, wit
lar '
:..:
will be ba
. Miami. Fl
day ol r, A.D
JOSEPH MORRIS ST I liMAN
Admlnistrat
l-'ir-- inatlon of this 1
. .
. MAN] 'L.ER
i S. MANDHER
trator
107 Lit
10
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 72352 B
tl
HARii ERG
NOT :e TO CREDITORS
i .
-
You ...
'
. 11
:.i. .
Le of 1 iadi '
. 11 i i
i he same
led In Seel
in thi Ir offl in
i m ir, I ..! .' i-i
t] Floi -I ., i i.:n Bi>
i i ir in ,,f the fir-'
. I the s.i me will
io bai .1
Dated at M I la this 27th
if s. pi, id.. \ 11 1966.
SEL-MA ; CHBERO
As Exi cutrlx
First publication of this notl
the Tth day of October, 1966.
TAL-IANOPP. WAI.l.i'.K A- BROWN
Attorney for Silmii Buchberg,
F.xe.'liiri\
4'jo Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida
Id/7-14-21 -28
NOT CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS REBY GLVEN that
the tin.i-r i 'liiiK to engage
In business in. he fictitious names
of CABAN \ TOWERS; i'AIC-
RIBEAN VI. al ill" B.W.
1S7 Street, Ml Florida, Intends to
reglsti r said with the Clerk
Of Hi. i'ii. of Dado County,
Florida.
M S'" H.IN.
.a ner
: 28-30 1".7-14
NC~ C E UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 1- H IBY GIVEN that
i r gn .-i'i-..: to
.. i name
HE LEO LDMAN
- STl'l di I, ..t 2655 .- \'.
i'i. rida, Intel

of the i de ''ounty,
Ida.
I >!: Gl ILDMAN
.- e Owner
HAROLD J i IN
..... anl
-
r
^ .1..
IN THE COLN-Y JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOP DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
72114-C
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'
n lifted
any .

.
.lYiili
Dadi
'
I file thi
....
I hell rices in
vii iadi Coun-
tj. Florida, Ith n .-i\ calendnr
n Mi.- time of
' Ion ii- f, or til. same \\ ill
at M i" I, Floi Ida, this L'lst
day of s. ;,i. mber, A I > 191
HARRY V OLIVER
\ Executor
First publlci tl< ii of ills notice on
the 23rd daj .1 Si pti mber, 191
HENRY NORTON
Ai torney for Executor
1406 His. i* io Building
S 21-30 in ;- t
IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTV,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
N) '1083 A
In RE Esl r
LENA HA Ii' il SKY
-'. i -e-l
NOTICE TO CREOIT'JPS
To All Ci i i -. I III F
Having Claims >c De Is a.
Haid Catate
You are her -i ,n.i
Quired to preset
demands uhich you ma. have agaiest
Itate of LENA C.AItOFSKY
deceased late of Dade Oouoty, Plor-
Ida, t,i tin- idgcs nf
County, imi file the name In dupli-
cate ui.i i~ provided in s
733.16, I-'lornl l S' ttutl -
irthouse la
i i- irida, wl
si |ar month* from the .
first publloatlor tu .-
will be b i id
i i' Mi i-i' Pi h la i
i ibor, AD i 164
O.-l I' l'.il||,0||
OLA.RJDNCB W.'HNPII IBR
Ah HstaaatAM
First publication ol
- lay ol 11
HENRY NORTON
v irney for Rxecut oi .
ioayne Building
10/7-1 I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 66CI0129
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
RERBTl' \ ROBINSON,
Plaintiff,
PRYMl'S ROBINSi 'N,
, i YM1 i ROBINSON
Wills ......he,., i teorgls
:'i:V N I
llalnt f 1 'iv -re has
, u' 11 net you, ami > i pe
hereby i ad to scree ipy of
. oi.r Ai a .*: th. reto on the Pla
Paul pollack 1700
N W : Flori.li i
I
. *tr ult ci
... r,
... ~ .1.... ... i' i' ,n-
ilnsi
DATED II Is 21l d i) I Hi
H B I.EATHERM \ N
erk of ih. Clrcull i !ourt
Bj K \l I.YMAN
1 lepuU '! rh
V' El \\n Pi d.l. \. K
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. W. 7th Strei i
9 :':i-30 10/7-14
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Miami. Florida. Friday, October 14. 1966
Section E
NINE B'NAI B'RITH CHAPTERS
Women's Council Opens Season

;th David Adult Education Committee representatives plan
t the opening convocation and registration. Left to right
jre Mrs. Maurice Kellner, registrar; Manuel Lubel, chairman;
Irs. Seymour Kaplan, president of Beth David Sisterhood.
Convocation and registration will be held Sunday, 10 a.m.,
the South Dade School of Beth David. Rabbi Jules Harlow,
associate director of the Rabbinical Assembly, will be guest
kpeaker. His topic will be "Contemporary Needs and Devel-
opments in Liturgy."
The nine chapters comprising
the Miami Council of B'nai B'rith
Women have opened their new sea-
son, with many activities planned
as follows:
Anne Frank ChapterMrs. Moe
Miller, president, will hold a mem-
bership tea on Oct. 25. at the Ever-
glades Hotel. Banyan Room, at 1
p.m. Planned are guest speaker
and professional entertainment.
Corel Gables Chapter Mrs.
Arthur Resinek. president, has
planned a 'Day at the Races" to
be held at Tropical Park Race
Track, on Dec. 6.
Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter
Mrs. Nathan Matusow. president,
held a "member-bring-a-member"
I ;"*''SRJ^H P f 1 n 1
\. s A
nk' 41 u J J M
i j by 1 SA BE L G RC V E
An inauspicious debut for Ida
Irs. Mike) Forer when she took
laughter Hindi to Syracuse Uni-
versity for enrollment and imme-
3lately fell down 20 steps of the
jormitory Managed to fly
back, and the irrepressible Ida has
Bpent the past month in traction
. Cheering news through the
Drdeal was word that Mindi has
een accepted for 17 credits in-
tend of the usual 15. and is also
Being permitted to add a couple
:'. sophomore credits One of
lie courses is Children's Theatre
ihich will tie in nicely with the
Mindi had been doing here
jr the past four years with the
Go Round Theatre The
iieth Taylor look-alike, who
li- majoring in drama, also ap-
peared on WTVJ with Skipper
l( huck, and has already been
a part in "The Dutchman"
[t be presented soon at Syracuse
A native-bom Miamian, Mindi
'lighted with everything at
11 i hosen school, but is partic-
I anxious to see her first
- orm.
* *
Od news for all the babies
[ho. n in th.-- last few weeks-
tea at the home of Mrs. Leati r
Stepner, 5810 SW 94th Ct., on Wed-
nesday noon.
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Emma Lazarus Chapter Miss
Mae Blum, president, plans a
games party on Oct. 18 at the home
of Mrs. Mollie Cohen. 4447 No. Bay
Rd.. at 8 p.m.
Flamingo Chapter Miss Elise
Factor, president, will hold a gen-
eral meeting at the Palm Springs
General Hospital on Oct. 10, 8
p.m Scheduled is United Nations
program.
Miami Chapter Mrs. Herman
Pearl, president, held a member-
ship tea at the Algiers Hotel on
Tuesday noon. (luc.st speaker was
Ben Essen, Entertainment was by
I.anor of Coral Gables. Miami
Chapter members modeled
wigs. The chapter also plans a
luncheon and card party on Oct.
25 at the New England Oyster
House in Coral Gables, al noon.
Shalom Chapter Mrs. Arnold
Braun. president, held its "paid-
up" membership party on Sept. 27
at the home of Mrs. Mark Fuchs.
Guest speaker was Mrs Harold
Feldman. president of the Miami
Council. On Oct. 1, a "strictly soc-
ial" evening was held at the Cutler
Ridge Bow ling Lanes.
West Miami Chapter Mrs.
Michael Marks, president, held a
membership tea on Sept. 20 .it the
Southwest "Y."
MISS MINDI FORER
the birth of three stalwart young
heroes around the same time .
First child. Joseph Rachmicl Is-
rael, born Oct. 6 to Rabbi Harold
and Devera Richter. will be
named at Congregation B'nai Ra
phael on Friday morning Pa-
ternal grandmother of the young
man is. Mrs. Belle Richter Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Dcrnis are mater-
nal grandparents, and Mrs. Sara
Grodsky, maternal great-grand-
mother .
Also a first child. Adam Laird,
born Oct. 4 to "Pie" and Bernard
Marko. of 7045 SW 125th St. .
Naming ceremony held at home
Tuesday morning with many
friends offeiing good wishes .
Grandparents of the little prince
are Mr. and Mrs. Max Marko .
And in Washington, D.C., Navy
l.t. Lawrence and Mrs. Lefsky are
the parents of their first-born.
who arrived on Sept. 6 Mrs.
Huth Lefsky, the happy grand-
mo'her, broadcasting the news
locally.
Mr and Mrs. Louis Baida. of
Morton Towers, left early this
week for Philadelphia, where
they'll attend the wedding of son
Marvin David to Sandra Lynn
Klein to be held Sunday at the
B'nai .leshurun Ahavas Chesed
. Theodore Stanley Baida, a
student at the University of Flor
ida, will serve as his brother's
bost man Also to be cele-
brated during the week, the
Baidas' 27th wedding anniversary.
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After an absence of seven
months, the Bill Gerstmans are
home on Miami Beach, and in no
time at all Mary plunged right
back into activities with B'nai
B'rith Council. BB Youth Organ-
ization, Hadassah, Technion and
Beth Raphael Sisterhood .
Three months of their vacation
were spent in Israel, and four
months al (he Gerstman summer
home in Mountaindale, where
Mary attended the Sullivan Coun-
ty Community College When
not otherwise occupied, they love
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lected officers of the Miami Beach
I of Business and Professional Wom-
- ierican ORT at thp Sept. 22 installation
a hfld at Southgate are standing (left
] Miss Netti Schlaefler, Miss Paula Leip-
Mrs. Essie Abrams, Miss Selma Res-
Mrs. Pearl Fisk. Mrs. Dorothy Turchin.
Miss Bessie Sachs, Miss Lee Perlman. Seated
are (left to riaht) Mrs. Harry A. Carson, Miss
Anita Rifkin, Mrs. Jean Roseman. Officers not
present are Mrs. Ethel Sadowsky, Mrs. Jos-
ephine Lee and Mis. Minnie Kram. Mrs. Flor-
ence Kupperman was installing officer.
cictlite bu Isabel C_^
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I lime with their seven
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43 24th Ter.. will celebrate
en 55th wedding anniversary
Sal day at a dinner hosted
(hell son, Stanley E. Cohen.'
[ v. ngton, D.C.. and daughter
Bernhardl II. Chesman, of.
an The ('"hens, who came
. i Hi years ae,o from
Bsl ton, are members of
in i Israel Gathering for
haj y occasion are their five
Idren, Sarah Betsy, Ed-
ird Barth and Daniel Cohen, of
pshington; Harry Edwin Ches
an. just discharged from the
Brine Corps: and Bernard Fran-
Chesman, serving in the U.S.
a San Diego, Calif,
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Which is exactly what you get
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SERVE SOME TONIGHTI
Saturday. Dec. 17. Diplomat
Hotel's New beaux Arts Grand
Ballroom, are the date and place
set for Mount Sinai Hospital's
glamorous sixth annual Jubilee
Ball The traditionally out
standing social event of the sea-
rove
son being chaired this year by
Nancy and Bob Greene. Hattie
and Sam Friedland Although
the invitations have not even
been mailed yet. many tables
have already been reserved, so
it is safe to predict the .uala will
be a sell-out as it has been in
other years.
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Signal honor for Attorney Da-
vid E. Goodman. University of
.Missouri '61 Chairman of the
U's Alumni Club in Miami, he
was among select alumni leaders
chosen to attend a meeting and
conference at the university in
Columbia, Mo., in mid-September,
first return to his Alma Mater
since graduation Eagerly
waiting at home to hear every
detail were wife Uikki and son-
Kip ami Adam.
Mr and .Mis Manny Mandel.
ol 441 NE I77th St., No. Miami
Beach, wen- in Galnes\ ill*- recent
ly visiting daughter Eilene, an
educal ion major at the I Diver
sity of Florida They also al
tended a Jewish War Veterans
banquet in St. Petersburg and
quarterl) meeting of the organ
ization Mandel is a pas) state
commander of lh< JWV.
In spite of the recent fire at
their home, there's plenty of
theatrical activity these days in
the lives of Mr. and Mrs Stephen
Carner Steve relaxes nights
from his duties as president or
the Carner Bank of Miami Beach
by serving as producer of Tern
pie Beth Ams upcoming presen-
tation of "Fiorello" Wife Lee
has a featured singing role in the
musical presentation of the life
of New York's late Mayor l.a-
Guardia.
Mrs. Florence Kupperman will
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Marquis "Who's Who of Amer-
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Cedars Breakfast Set for Tuesday
Sisterhood r>t Temple Emanu-El will hold its right) Arlene Harris, Rita Burns, Miriam
annual membership tea on Wednesday, 1 Wrinkle, Dcvida Levy, Barbara Bessey,
- ., at the Eden Roc Hotel. Special attrac- Teiry Blum, end Susan Rubin. Seated is Trixie
lien will be the musical. "A New Window," Levin.
directed by Trixie Levin. Starring are (left to
"Breakfast at Cedars" will he
the theme of the opening general
meeting of Cedars o( Lebanon Hos-
pital Auxiliary on Tuesday, 9:30
a.m.. it was announced by pres-
ident. Mrs, Doran /.inner.
Members and guests will con
vene at the hospital's new Confer-
erence Room on the second floor
Where a "petit! breakfast'' will be
served, and new service projects
will be outlined for the coming
year,
Mrs. Ted Lotterman, a past pros-
Is pr igram chairman for the
kick-off event. Entertainment will
include a humorous -kit written
by Mrs. EUoise Breslauer, with
Auxiliary members performing
Among new projects to be under-
taken in the coming year, accord
Ing to Mrs. /inner, is the reor-
:i tization and orientation of teen-
age volunteers who donate their
services at Cedars of Lebanon.
Also under consideration is ex-
pansion of the Auxiliary's Gift
Shop, operated entire]) by mem-
bers, which raises thousands of dol-
lars each year for the hospital.
Auxiliary women also work as
receptionists, information el
aides, laboratory assistants. :
and mail messengers and cla
helpers
Gallery Tow
Set bv Woman
A tour of the Joe and .
Lowe Art Gallery will be aval
for women who attend the
barship coffee tor Women
( hannel Two at the gallei
Wednesday, from 2 to 4 p.n
Gallery is at 1301 Miller Di
the Unh ersitj of M ami cam|
Dr Au ;usl L f reundlich. w ho
has appeared on- the Comn
T le< ioi s ation in his
.-!- director of the Lowe G;
and chairman of the Univers
Miami Art Department, wi
main speaker at the coffee
Freundlich will be co-hostess it
the coffee with Mrs. Fred Li,
Women interested in hi
WTHS-TV, the community te
ion station, are invited to a
the coffee and tour the gi
George Doolcy. manager of t!
lion, will also speak.
Univ. Friends Will
Offer First-Hand
Reports on Israel
First-hand reports will be the
theme of those attending the Oct.
21 noon luncheon of the Greater
Miami Women's Division. Amer-
ican Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity.
Mrs. Jack Katzman. chairman
ei! th event, which will take place
in the Algiers Hotel, and Rabbi
I eon Kronish. guest speaker, both
observed the Hebrew University in
action during the past summer.
Among officers and board mem-
bers being installed at the lunch-!
(; r who bring back first-hand re-;
ports of Miami area students and
recent happenings in Israel are the
Mesdames Esther Cohen. Joseph
F. Epstein. Abram Fox. Esther
G dman. Lillian Goodman. Tru !y
merschlag, Myer Harris. Leon
K onish, Irving Lehrman. and Her-
bert S. Shapiro.
Sponsor of the Harry S. Truman
Center foi the Advancement of
' ace, Mrs David Klein will also
nd the Oct. 21 gathering.
According to Mrs. Philip F.
Thau, who will be installed for a
second term as president of the,
anization, the musical presenta-
' n b\ Jerusalem-born Cantor Zvi
of Temple Emanu-El, will
,ete the gala program.
Telephones Get
Minor Damage
Southern Bell Telephone Co.
esdaj reported scattered tele-
i damaged caused by Hurri
Inez in Dade County, most f
in South Dade.
. sheffey, vice president tor
1 uth Florida, said heaviest dam-
- probably in the Florida
S Repair crews arc survcyin j
the area now to determine th? ex-
tern* Of the repair job ahead.
In addition to some 900 repair
r.~en available for the restoration
work. Southern Bell has brought
in more than 60 men from Ala-
bama. Georgia. Mississippi, plus
si me from Orlando and Jackson-
ville.
Western Electric Co., supply
i nit of the Bell System, has its
North Miami distributing House
veil stocked with equipment
Irought in when Hurricane Alma
'lireatened earlier in the summer.
Sisterhood Hears
Talk on Medicare
Regular monthly meeting of
'lempie Beth Raphael Sisterhood
Is slated for Thursday evening,
Oct. 20. at the temple. 1545 Jef-
l< rson Ave.
Mrs. Max Affachiner. president.
will conduct the business agenda,
and Mrs. Abraham Wagner, pro-
gram chairman, will introduce Al-
fredo Canino who will speak on
Medicare.
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Friday, October '. I ".955
Mrs. Arthur Jurkowitz, president, Brandeis Uni-
versity National Women's Committee, Miami
3each Chapter, holds a board meeting at the
home of Mrs. David Philips. Left to right are
Mesdcmes Irvinq Blasbeig, treasurer; Ethel
Nagler. vice president. Bock Fund; Arthur
rurkowitz; Arnold Seeder, recording secretary;
Rhea Goldfarb, vice president, membership,
and life membership chairman; David Phillips,
hostess and member of the beard; Sam Gold-
man, past president. Plans were formulated for
a membership tea to be held Thursday, Oct.
20, 1 p.m., at the home of Mrs. Stanley
Weinkle. 8 West Rivo Alto Dr., Miami Beach.
Mrs. Ed'th Rothstein, accompenied by Ann
Greiff, will provide the entertainment.

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FOUR SCORE AND TWENTY YEARS AGO
.Mr. and Mrs. Morris Siepel repeated the vows
they made 60 years ago at a party that their
daughter. Bess, and her husband. Louis Glasser,
gave for them and the residents of the Jewish
Home for the Aged at Douglas Gardens. The
party had all of the trimmings a gorgeous
wedding cake: the anniversary waltz, played by
Olga Bibor Stern, and sung by Mrs. Hattie Wag-
ner; and all of the children, grandchildren and
great-grandchildren, even unto the fourth gen-
eration. Joining the Siegels on the dance floor
were the Glassers. whose anniversary is this
month, and the Siegels' son and his wife. Mr.
and Mrs. Solomon Siegel. who were celebrating
their own 20th anniversary on the same day 40
years later. Other close relatives included Dr.
and Mrs. I-eonard Hodges, with the three great-
grandchildren, I.inda Joy. Debia Bee and I-ori
Ann: and Sonya Glasser and another great grand-
daughter. Suzanne. Siegel. Among others who
dropped in were Mrs Sol Silvennan, Mr. and
Mrs Norman Sherman. Mr and Mrs. Sam Olt-
chick. Mrs. Hue Hammerman, and Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Makovsky.
BEAUTIFUL PARTY BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE
Joste and Louis Adder held a reception in
honor of their daughter. Barbara, whose engage-
ment to Norman Block has just been announced.
Jo>ie insisted it was such a lovely party be-
cause the people were so lovely. Huge bouquets
of yellow mums with burnt orange ribbons ac-
centuated the fall season. The bride-to-be was
in pale blue satin brocade. Among guests gather-
ed to offer their love and congratulations were
Mr. and Mrs Joseph S. Bulhin. Mr. and Mrs.
Leslie Bukstel. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Fein. Dr.
and Mrs. Stanley W'asman, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Goldman and Judy. Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Krasnc. Mrs. Carrie Rosen. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin
Oppenheim, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gilman. Dr. and
Mrs. George Balber. Mrs Trbcie I^vin and Mrs.
Sam Segal, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Green.
OH TO BE A TRAVEL AGENT
If you're a travel agent, you get to go to
all of the travel conventions. Myra and Aaron
Farr are having a grand time, first to the con-
vention in Seattle, seeing a few sights on the
way that they had never seen before. Of course.
Myn had to see "the red rocks" at the Grand
Canyon, where 40 movies were made, and the
Indian dancers. Aaron had a hard time arrang-
ing; the trip. He had to be careful so that he
wouldn't miss any of the University of Miami or
Dolphin games back home.

HOME WAS NEVER LIKE THIS
Elsa and Charles Fisher like being back home
on Venetian Way. but they did have a fantastic
summer vacation. First they went to England
to visit cousins living right outside of London,
who were victims of Nazi persecution. Then
they took a bus trip through the Swiss Alps.
Then to Cannes, to get an eye full of the mini
skirts and bikinis. In Portugal, they bought
charms and went through Chopin's home on the
Me of Majorca. In Cordova. Spain they saw the
famous little synagogue there.
Frances Lehman
Temple Israel Slates Emerson, Arthur Rosichan
The director of the Dade County
Child Guidance Clinic and a clas-
ric Italian film will bP featured in
this weekends adult education
series at Temple Israel of Greater
Miami.
Dr. Richard P, Emerson will
peak on "Deprivation Starts in
lh( Cradle" as the second lecturer
in the ten-week series on "The
Deprived Child of the Affluent
Society" beginning at 10 a.m.. Sat-
i.rday. in Kichter Hall.
A graduate of Harvard Medi-
cal School, Dr. Emerson is a
cfjplom ate in child psychiatry
;ne< has been head of the local
clinic since 1962. He has taught
Law Officers Will
Meet on Beach
Rocky Pomerance. Miami Beach
Chief of Police, announced tin*
week from Philadelphia. Pa., that
the International Association of
Chiefs of Police has voted tn ho'd
j's 1969 annual convention in
Miami Beach.
Miami Beach Convention Bureau
director. Walter Crawford, who
assisted Pomerance in the prepara-
tion of Miami Beach's presentation
s.nd campaign, said that some
6.000 law enforcement officers are
i ;>ected to attend the 1960
gathering
psychiatry at Harvard and pre-
sently is on the medical faculty
of both the University of Miami
and University of Florida. He
has written extensively in the
area of child psychiatry and
guidance.
Arthur Rosichan. executive di-
rector of the Greater Miami
Jewish Jewish Federation, will
lead the discussion following the
the showing of "The Bicycle
Thief.'' Italian post-war film, in
the Morris D VVolfson Auditorium.
The film presentations in the Sun-
day morning Greenfield Institute
will begin at 9:30 a.m.
Beach Woman
Cruise Hostess
Aboard Shalom
The Zim I Mies announced this
week the appointment of Mrs. Vnne
Meyer, of New V' rk City and Mi-
ami Beach, as istess iboard the
ton luxury liner
Shalom, flagship "t 'he Zim Lines
!."t
Mis Meyer began her duties on
Aug 30, When the Shalo.n sailed
on a 48-day cruise to tile Mcditcr
ranean.
She will also he hostess during
the Shalom's nine Caribbean
cruises between Nov. 2. litiiti and
February 28. 1967, Mrs. Meyer
previously served ^ assistant
manager and hostess at several
leading "Gold (oast" hot Is. most
recently at the "Casablanca" in
Miami Beach.
Mrs. Meyer admits to long sea-
going experience as a "commuter"
aboard some of the major transat-
lantic liners of the pro-World War
ll era 1h;s was brought about, she
explains, when as a teen-ager, her
parents sent her to school at Laus-
anne, Switzerland. She ferried re-
gularly between New York and Eu-
rope aboard such famous old inn
(- ..- Majestic, Berengaria and the
first Mauretania.
" I'his gave me a lo< e tor the
sea and an understanding of steam-
ship travel from the passengers'
viewpoint." she said Her Swiss
education also gave her a fluent
knowledge of French and German
MRS. ANHC /VlfYfR
Hospital Membership Tea
Annual membership tea of the
Miami Chapter of National Chil-
dren's Cardiac Hospital will be
Tuesday, 2 p.m.. in the cafeteria
of the hospital at 1475 NW 12th
Ave. Chairman is Mrs. George
Hoffman.
Roth to Address
Maccabee Lodge
Long active in the Al
tion League, f< rn v Mi
councilman and attornev
Roth, will present a rep
Christian View of Ann S
Roth will speak next
8 p.m.. at the.New Forti
1200 West Av'e Miami
was announced by Andre
lenki. president of the '
Lodge of B'nai B'rith. Jose]
dres is program chairma
'This first major meeting season launches a vigor mem
hership campaign hy the -:
coincide with a national i
membership in the rank? of B'nai
B'rith," Mondres said. B sfresh.
ments will be served. Sa:
baum and Herman Auer'^nn are
in charge of Uie eolation
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Carl Weinkle Named Cruise Commodore'
Of Israel Thai' Good-Will Tour Here
Carl Weink. as been named
'"Cruise ('our: 'ir" for the forth-
coming Miami .- lei "Chai" Good-
will Tour on the SS Shalom lo
take place in January.
Weinkla, who served as "Cruise
Commodore' the Oral Pan-
American Friei >t Israel Good-
will Tour five e irs ago, will head
(he contingent I Miami leaders
who will take pai't in the goodwill
voyage from Miami on Friday,
Jan, t>, on Israel luxury flagship.
Announcement that Weinkle
wiil head the cruise was made
by Rabbi Leon Kronish, chair- J
man of the Greater Miami Is-
rael Bond Organization, under |
whose auspices the cruise will
take place
9 The eight-day cruise, reminiscent
of the first Pan-American Friends
of Israel Good-Will voyage, will:
visit the ports of San Maarten. St
Thomas and San Juan. At each of
the ports of call, members of the
good-will tour will be entertained
by top officials at receptions, din-
ners and galas ol state.
Participation In the Miami-Is-
rael "Chai" Good-Will Tour will
be open to all associates of the Na-
tional Society of Honorees of Is
rael. including Trustees, Builders
Guardians and Sponsors in the
communal Israel Bond effort.
Weinkle noted that, "as cruise
participants, they will be honored
guests of the governments at each
of the receptions and galas in the
three ports of call, expressive of
the deep gratification shared by
the friends of Israel the world over
Beth Am Offers
Adult Education
Temple Beth Am Adult Educa-
tion Institute began classes on
< Monday in the Adult Education
Room of the Temple.
Courses offere I include elemen-
tal^ and ad' .. t I Hebrew at 8
p.m followed bj 3 course in the
i and Development of the
Bibl 9 p.m by Rabbi
Di I erb< rt M Baumgard.
: tinue tor eight
( utive v l'.' Morton No-
la ius is adull education chairman.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Siegel
repeat the vows they made
60 years ago at a party host-
ed by their daughter and
son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.
Louis (Bess1 Glasser, at the
Jewish Home for the Aged
last weekend.
FRIENDS OF
CHAMBER MUSIC
12th SEASON
Seven Distinguished Concerts
Including Juilliard Quartet
on her reaching the historic 18th
milestone of her statehood.''
In announcing the cruise,
Weinkle noted that the first port
of call will be San Maarten, an
idyllic island, half Dutch and
half French, in the Netherlands
Antilles, with a quaint, undis-
turbed way of life dating back
hundreds of years. Upon arrival,
(he ship will be met by Lt. Gov.
Jan Jacob Beaujon for a tradi
tional welcome and fiesta.
There will be open house at the
Sea View for members of the Mi-
ami Israel "Chai" Ciood-Will Tom
throughout the day with Mr.
Samuel Hazel as ho.it and citizens
of San Maarten in native costumes
serving refreshments.
In the evening, the Lt. Governor
will be host at an island feasl 81
(he Little Bay Hotel.
At the next port of call. St.
Thomas, the host will be Gov.
Ifalph M. Paiwonski, of one of the
most colorful Jewish families of
this centuries-old Jewish com-
munity.
The Governor will have open
house for members of the Mi-
ami-Israel "Chai" Good-Will
Ciuise throughout the day and in
the evening, stage a folk festi-
val at the beautiful Yacht Haven
Hotel at the mouth of the Bay.
The final visit of the "Chai"
Good-Will Cruise will be to San
Juan. P. H.. where Felicia
ftinco de Gautier. mayor of the is-
land, will tender a formal recep-
tion for members of the cruise at
the City Hall and Ihen join the
group for the dinner of state at the
El t'onvento Hotel, where the
members Of the cruise will be join
cd by dignitaries of Puerto Rico.
Attending the planning meeting for the cap- Jack Katzman, Mrs. Ann Melnick. Mrs. Harry
sule conference being sponsored by the Mi- Kastan and Mrs. Ira Krivitzin. Standing (left
ami Beach Chapter of Hadassah on Tuesday, to right) are Mrs. Sam Feldman, Mrs. S. Grau-
9:30 a.m., at the Algiers Hotel are seated (left bait, Mrs. Miriam Press, Mrs. Benjamin Stein-
to right) Mrs. Philip Thau, Mrs. Bernard Lachs, muller, Mrs. Jack Miller, Mrs. Benjamin Linde
Mrs. Jack Davis, Mrs. Henry B. Wernick, Mrs. and Mrs. Bess Manischewitz.
'Capsule Confab' For Hadassah On Miami Beach
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas-
sah will hold a "VIP Capsule Con-
ference" for hoard members rep-
resenting its 20 constituent groups
comprising 5.000 members.
Theme of the conference, sched-
uled for Tuesday. 9:30 a.m.. at the
Algiers Hotel, is "TNTToday
Not Tomorrow."
The conference will be under
the direction ol Mrs. Jack Katz-
man. chairman ol administrative
vice president of chapter.
Mrs Sol Katz. of New York, na-
tional organization coordinator of
Hadassah. will be guest speaker.
Workshops and their leaders
scheduled are the following: Edu-
cation, Mrs. Barnett Bcckerman:
program. Mrs. Sam Keldman; fund-
raising, Mrs. Ben Zeigmund; mem-
bersip, Mrs. Jack Davis: leader-
ship. Mrs. Philip Thau: pen-push
ers. Mrs. Ira Krivitzin and Mrs.
Hary Kaslan; visual aid. Mrs. Ben
Sanderson; decor. Mrs. Sam Ku-
ban; arrangements. Mrs. Ann Mel-
nick.
Mrs. Henry B. Wernick. presi-
dent of Miami Beach Chapter, will
open the conference.
Bade Paper Joins Exposition
Harry Genet, president of Dad'*
Paper Company of Miami, announ
ces his firm will participate in the
Pan American Hotel and Restau
rant Exposition at Miaim Beach
Convention Hall starting Oct. 30.

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First Social
For Youth Group
The Beth Am Federation of Tem-
ple Youth, made up of 10th. 11th,.
ind 12th graders, will hold its first
ma i"r so ial dance on Sal urday
ig in the Youth Lounge ol
the Temple.
The affair is open to Beth Am
Youth Group members and mem-
. the Greater Miami Federa
Mil .i i emple Youth, which i~ of-
ficial arm of the National Federa-
i I emple Youiii.
Youth Croup meets each
y evening at 7:30. Special
group meetings for eighth and
ninth grade student., are scheduled
for the same day and time.
Sam Friedlands
Celebrate With
Home for Aged
Greater Miami Women's Auxil-
iary, Jewish Home for the Aged,
anniversary party on Sunday. 1:45
p.m., at Douglas Gardens, will hon-
or Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Friedland.
who are marking their anniver-
sary.
Affair, being sponsored by Mrs.
Jack Ablin, Mr. and Mrs. Max Oro-
vitz, and Mr. and Mrs. l.eonaul
Abess, will include a traditional
anniversary cake served with re-
freshments.
Mrs. Lawrence Sllverman. Auxil-
iary president, will give the mes-
sage of welcome and greet guests.
Mrs. Louis Makovsky. program
chairman, will present Eddie Al-
, bcrt, piano virtuoso, and Countess
Fredrica, who will entertain with
scums from around the world.
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Friday. October 14. 196G
BARBARA
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
October is birthday month in the Theodore Trushin
home. The three sons. Adam. David and Bradley, love hav-
ing their birthdays the same month as their Daddy. Barbara
also likes all of the birthdays in one month, except that all
'he o"her montl^ seem to be exciting, too.
F'.aiSara was born in Brooklyn. But the family moved
to Miami Beach quickly enough for Barbara to go to Cen-
tral Beach Elementary. Ida Fisher
Junior High, and Miami Beach
High School. Always active in dra-
matics, she remembers that her
first leading role was in the fourth
grade, when she played the wicked
witch.
Barbara went to the University
of Florida. While working on a
play, the Florida Players threw a
closing year dance. Along came
Ted. who asked her to go. "I love
men who smoke pipes." said Bar-
bara, and that was a good begin-
ing for a romance, particularly
since Ted makes a habit of collect-
ing pipes, and has way over a hun-
dred by now.
Barbara came back to the University of Miami, where
>he majored in speech, and became one of a very few to
get her degree in the field cum laude. Ted was in the Navy
when they were first married, and Barbara was in Virginia
with him. She taught there even before she earned her de-
gree Subsequently, the Navy sent Ted to Korea.
Dramatics and politics seem to go hand-in-hand. Bar-
bara was a Democratic delegate to the 1960 convention in
California that nominated John Kennedy. It is an experi-
ence she will never forget. Previously, at the Florida caucus
in Orlando. Bob Kennedy was there, and both Barbara and
Ted met him. Later, when they went to the Inaugural Ball
in Washington, the President remembered their names
After the assassination, she worked on the national level
for President Johnson.
Ku!it now. politics have taken a back seat for a while,
and PTA is in the foreground. Currently. Barbara is pres-
ident of Central Beach Elementary School PTA. She is filled
with excitement about the marvelous progress that the
school is making it is the second school in the country'
to be bilingual Now they are in the throes of a Cultural
Arts Day 'that is going to be the greatest." she says. Such
enthusiasm runs through Barbara's whole life.
Barbara enjoys acting and appears in the plays when
ever she can. Her forte is comedy. She likes to write speech-
es, as well. To keep her "hand in." she does substitute teach-
ing in high school.
The Turchins lead a very active social life with theatre,
opera and bridge, as well as evenings on the town with
friends Barbara has a definite psychology of life by which
she lives. "Don't just try to get by. Do a little more." This
is what she is trying to teach her own children. This is
what, as a president, she is trying to do in PTA. "The best
gift of all is a good education." Barbara feels, and she is
doing her very best to see that not only her own. but all
children will get it.
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Marshaks to Live
In New York City
New York City will be the fu-
ture home of the former Lynda
Rene Schreiber and Jerome Mar-
shak who exchanged martial vows
at Beth Torah Congregation on
Saturday. Oct. 8. Rabbi Max A.
Lipschitz conducted the 1 P-m.
ceremony.
For the nuptials, new Mrs. Mar
shak selected a floor-length gown
of white silk organza embroidered
with appliques of alencon lace and
seed pearls. A matching headpiece
of lace and seed pearls completed
the bridal ensemble.
The bride's sisters. Miehele
Schreiber and Abbe Schreiber.
served as her honor attendant.--,
and Jay Todd Golden was ring
bearer.
Marvin Lloyd Marshak was his
brother's best man. and another
brother. David Charles Marshak.
served as usher with Garry Lawn
and Alan Brooks Sorrell.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Saul
Schreiber. 800 NK 171st Ter. new-
Mrs. Marshak attended the Uni-
versity of Miami and the New York
Institute of Finance. She is a re-
gistered representative with the
stock brokerage firm of Hirsch and
co. in New York.
Presently attending New York
University Graduate School of
Law. the bridegroom earned an
LLB degree from Columbia Law
School in 1966. He is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Kalman Marshak. of
Syracuse. N. Y.
On their return from a honey-
moon in Puerto Rico and St.
Thomas, the couple will live at 145
W. 79th St.. N. Y.
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Dr. Snyder Weds
New York Girl
The former Myrna Faye Lei-
bowitz became the bride of Dr.
Irvin Snyder. 420 N. Royal Poin-
ciana Blvd.. Miami Springs, on
Sunday. Sept. 11. at Shaare Torah
Synagogue in Pittsburgh. Pa. Dr.
Bernard Poupko was the officiat-
ing rabbi.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Leibowitz. of
Pittsburgh, and Mr and Mrs. Sam-
uel Snyder. of Philadelphia. Pa.
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride wore a white peau de soie
Aline gown with applique of re
embroidered alencon lace embel-
lished with seed pearls. The chapel-
length train duplicated the motif
of the gown, and she carried an ar-
rangement of white roses.
Honor attendants to the bride
were Jean Leibowitz. her sister,
and Mrs. Brian Leibowitz. Herman
Snyder served as his brother's best
man. and the bride's brother:-.
Brian Leibowitz and William leib-
owitz. were groomsmen.
Dr. Snyder is a graduate of Tem-
ple University and interned at Al-
bert Einstein Medical Center in
Philadelphia. His bride is a gradu-
ate of Albert Einstein School of
Nursing.
Mt. Sinai Women
Schedule Coffee
On Friday. Oct 21. at 10:30 a.m..
the Auxiliary' of Mount Sinai Hos-
pital will hold its first in a series
of membership coffees at the home
ot Mrs. Richard Deutch, 9555 West
Broadview Dr.. Bay Harbor Island.
The drive for new members is
under the leadership of Mrs. Al-
bert Chisling and Mrs. Raymond
Feiner. vice president of member-
! ship.
The Auxiliary' will welcome any
' individual in Dade County for
( membership. In-service volunteer
work, according to Mrs. Chisling.
is not a requirement of member-
ship.
Pam Grossman
Planning Nuptials
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Grossmai i
W. 47th St.. announce the e
ment of their daughter. ,
Jill, to Bruce Krell. son of Mi
Mrs. Philip Krell. 6081 \
Rd.
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"A Dream Whose T
Come" will be the theme ol
en in Community Service 1
be celebrated throughout
try on Oct. 18 by National i
of Jewish Women in conj
with National Council of I ..
Women. National Council ol '
Women, and Cnited Church
en.
MRS. HROMt MARSHAK

MRS. IRVIN SNtDtR
Mrs Lyndon B. Johnsoi
-erve a-- honorary chairn
WICS Day. which will pa>
to the volunteers of Nat,
cil of Jewish Women and it
other parent organ izat1
work enabling dis.n:..:
young girls to ben,::! |
war mi poverty in almo-t 20*
aci oss the nation."
The volunteers recruit and -
16 to 21-year-old girls
Women's Training Center
Federal Job Corps. Through I
munity Action Program, wh
an arm o! WHS. they a;-.
girls awaiting Job Corps
ments, graduates of the Job
and other impoverished you
in this age group.
Local general chairman ol
Day is Mrs Sidney Lewi- l
Nl.lW board member an
;!i>.dent of Greater Mian
tion.
A conference and c I
which community religi
business leaders are inviti I
be held at the Church of th<
Door. 6301 NW 8th Ave I
to 12 noon. The event >
emphasize thai WICS sta
"women who believe in
for girls who believ*
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New York Nurse
Weds Lawyer
Janette Slater, daughter )l .'
and Mrs. Howard W Slal
New York, exchanged man'
on Sunda-.. Oct. 9. with K -J
W. Washerman, son of Mrs I
Waserman, 300 74th Si ai
late Harry Wasserman.
Rabbi Eugene I-abovit?
ated at the noon nuptials
the Algiers Hotel, wlure a
tion in honor of the new
BS held.
Attending the couple wer
Dennis Dailey, the bride's
and George Wasserman.
grooms brother. Jeff Wass
Wayne Wasserman, Dent is
and S. David Siegelson ush
A registered nurse "
York and Florida, new Mrs
serman is a graduate of G
Washington High and Mt
Hospital School of Nursing
in New York.
Mr Wasserman has a BA
the University of Florida ai
LLB Horn the University of '
He is vice president of Sort! Baj
Village Optimist Club, on
board of directors of the M >
Miami Beach Women's Chapter Beach Bar Association- an:
of B'nai B rith will meet Tuesday Democratic Committeeman ^
noon at the Deauville Hotel for District 19.
dessert, coffee and monthly meet- Following a honeymoon in 'a
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^NUR !; i n pace la set by the
^^ leading Paris couturiers.
Many of us .never buy their orig-
inals, but most of the clothes we
do purchase are copies or adapta-
tions. Wt xecently had the oppor-
tunity to view two fashion shows
featuring "iine-for-Iine" copies of
these Paris originals About the
most notiille trend was the re-
turn of bells on many pieces in
several collections.
Both Bii.'ticiaga and Givenchy
had belli d dresses. The suit un-
der Dior; calf-length cape was
also belted. Although belts were
seen. tht> didn't cinch in the
waist as ir; i.ast years, but rather
seemed to hint at the return of
the waistline.
This trend is right in keeping
with the la^hion inclinations of
Mrs. Phi.' Revitz. She prefers
waistlines and bustiines defined
whore nature placed them. How-
ever, then were many dresses
shown which had no definable
bustline. Many of the dresses of-
fered yoki type seams over the
bust, ana net even a trace of a
dart or seam to give fit to the
bodice.
TPHE fkt bust, the short skirt.
' the sbcrt cut hairstyles, are
among iht "new looks" Mrs.
Revitz diMi.-:es. She believes that
women should look feminine, and
these silhouettes leave much to
be desired in the field of femin-
inity. The classic lines in fine
clothes haven't changed in years,
but are returning to fine elegant
fabrics foi a long-awaited revival.
In this discussion of fabric, the
question was raised of paper
dresses, and was quickly dispen-
sed with into the wastepaper
basket.
Dior's longer length oats seem
to Mrs. lit vitz an indication of
things tc tome. Skirts are just
about as short as they can go, and
so they must eventually come
back down.
Mrs. Marshall Feuer cjmment-
ed on the more widely seen free-
flowing silhouettes. She feels
that somt of the::i look like
nightgowns, and that a lack of
construction skill is obvious in
many of these tent silhouettes.
Perhaps ii r those who do their
own sewing, a dress that needs
only a neckline opening is easy to
put together, but it does nothing
for the figure.
The relaxed waistline that fits
over the hips and in some way-
defines the shape is one she fa-
vors. Most women take better
care of themselves than women
did a generation ago, and she
can't understand wh> they would
want to hide a good figure.
*
^NN the ether side of the fash-
^^ ion opinion is Mrs. Marvin
Brown, who thinks th.' new easy
look is "stunning." Dresses that
feature the away-from-the-neck-
line shaping, and are full and
graceful, ere ideally suited for
the more ntature women. She dis-
missed tht question of the mini-
Brush on your Lilly Dache
make-up at J. Baldi's under
the supervision of their cos-
metic specialist.
skirt with the opinion that they
don't belong on anyone over 18,
and only when there are good
knees to be shown.
Mrs. Brown doesn't believe
that the mod style begun by
Mary Quant of Ix>ndon is the look
associated with our American
youth. Somewhere out of our
fashion picture, which features
diametrically opposed silhouettes,
will emerge the framework for
the creation of good fashion in-
stead of our rash of fad shapes.
One prevalent thing noted in
the fashion shows was that the
Paris couturiers pretty much
agreed on the free-flowing eve-
ning dress. A sequined tent by
Cardin. the smock treatment by
St. Laurent, the flowing chiffons
by Gres, and even the crepe col-
umns by Castillo all shared the
same unconstructed look.
The general trend by Paris,
Rome and New York for fall is
toward softness and femininity
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QUT in South Miami. J. Baldi
^* had a formal opening of his
newly-enlarged Suburban Shop.
There, he has a large display of
wigs and wiglettes in all sizes,
shapes and colors, with a spec-
ially-trained staff to service this
special department.
Baldi is also featuring the Lilly
Dache cosmetics, and offers a
complimentary make-up to all his
customers. The Lilly Dache cos-
metician selects just the right
shades of make-up best suited to
the individual, and carefully ap-
plies them to coordinate with the
shape of the face and the coiffure
style.
J. Baldi's Suburban Shop is lo-
cated on Red Rd., just off Sunset.
Cosmetics are also available in
both his Miracle Mile and Little
River salons.
Home for Aged
Seeks Volunteers
Greater Miami Section. National
Council of Jewish Women, held its
annual orientation and recruitment
program for new Council volun-
teers on Monday at the Jewish
Home for the Aged.
Meeting was chaired by Mrs.
Nathan Botnik, Section chairman,
senior citizens volunteer program
at Douglas Gardens, and Mrs.
Harry Orleans, NCJW vice presi-
dent of community service, gave
greetings in behalf of the Council
leadership.
The program began with a tour
f Douglas Gardens by the profes-
sional staff. The orientation and
interpretation of the total program
of the Home on its philosophy.
service and goals was presented by-
Howard Riley. group worker, and
Mrs. Sadie Gordon, group activity
worker, supervisors of the volun-
teer program.
Arthur Kalish, assistant director,
presented material on the admin
istrative aspects of the Home, and
greetings were offered by Maurice
Pearlstein, executive director.
The orientation session was the
culmination of an intensive drive
among Council members for in-
creased volunteer service at the
Home, now in its 12th year of
service.
"As a result of the expanded ca-
pacity which doubled the popula-
tion of the Home from 105 to 222
residents, and because of an older
and increasingly handicapped resi-
dent group needing increased ser-
vices, volunteers are needed more
than ever before," Pearlstein de-
clared.
The Home is a beneficiary agency
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration and the United Fund of
Dade County.
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MISS TERI ROSHKIND
Teri Roshkind
Plans Wedding
Mr. and Mrs Michael Roshkind,
of New York City, announce the
ement of their daughter,
Teri. to Joseph L. Slaven. son of
Mr. S. J. Slaven. of Columbus. O.,
and the late Mrs. Slaven.
The prospective bride's grand-
parents are Mr. and Mrs. (,
J. Kanter, of Bay Harbor Fl.i.,
and Atlanta, and Mrs. Joseph Rosh-
kind and the late Mr. Roshkind,
who was vice president of Pern on
Bache and Co. of New York. The
wedding is planned for later next
year.
The bride-to-be is a senior at
Ohio State Universitj studying for
her Bachelor's degree in journal-
ism. She is an honor student on.
the Dean's List
Mr. Slaven attends Ohio State
University Dental School.
Nazi Defender Quits from Trial
Season Starts
With Luncheon
Initial luncheon for the new sea-
son sponsored by Beth Kodesh Sis-
terhood will be held on Wednes-
day starting at 12:15 p.m.
One of a series to be held
throughout the year, the affair will
be conducted by Mrs. Sam Schul-
wolf. president.
BONN iJTA) Leinz Weber,
defense counsel for Hans Kreuger,
one of 15 ex-Nazis being tried at
Muenster for the murder of 80,000
Jews and Polish intellectuals dur-
ing World War II, resigned from
his post, telling the court that
Nazis have been trying to tell him
how to conduct his case.
Since he took the case for Kreu-
ger, Weber said, he has been re-
ceiving telephone calls and letters
from unidentified persons claiming
they belong to an SS society, "pes-
tering me and trying to influence
my defense procedures." "I don't
want the Nazis to tell me what to
do." he told the presiding judge.
The court appointed another attor-
ney to act as counsel for Kreuger.
Trial of the 15 defendants has
been going on for a long time and
brought, to court a number of wit-
nesses from Israel, the United
States and other countries, all of
whom testified particularly against
Kreuger.
Trial of the 15 defendants has
been going on for a long time and
brought to court a number of wit-
nesses from Israel, the United
States and other countries all of
whom testified particularly against
Kreuger.
Knights Plan
Pythian Week
Plans fcr the Pythian Week
celebration dinner to be held on
Saturday evening. Oct. 22. at th<>
Surfside Community Center for
members and wives, will occupy
the major portion of the business
meeting of the George Gershwin
Knights of Pythias Lodge at their
next regular meeting. 7:30 p.m.. at
the Center.
To be presided over by Chancel-
lor Commander Dr. Jack Heath, a
social hour and collation will fol-
low the meeting.
52 Association Card Party
52 Association of Greater Miami
will hold its annual card party
next Tuesday. 8 p.m., at the Al-
giers Hotel. The organization pro
vides entertainment for hospital-
ized veterans and welfare assist-
ance to their familes. In charge of
reservations are Mrs Gertrude
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Friday, October 14, 1966
Former Nazi Victims
Here Make New Lives
A group of Miami residents, all
mer inmates in Nazi concent ra-
in camps, arc now marking their
nth year here as the New Amer-
.111 Jewish Social Club of Miami.
Kubin Offenbach, president, of
440 SW 104th St, explained that
ire trying to repay the com-
unitj for the many kind:
ah ulnch thej met ami treated
in our arrival "
A successful operator of his
: wn carpet service company,
Offenbach is proud that "all of
: ur members, about sixty fam-
lies, are more or less success-
ully established here. We are
elf-supporting and self-sustain
ng. Where help is occasionally
eeded, we take care of our own.
But we want to be symbolic of
: mer German refugees generally,
ho came to the United States and
ere met with assistance. Now we
..aut to show our gratitude
Offenbach said that one of the
: llb'S ways of 'showing gratitude"
to participate in charity work
id communal endeavor.
Me also explained that the club,
pes to readjust what may have
;en an untruthful view of the
.rly German refugees. "Some
.-ople had a strange image of us.
-Ithough they never let up on
t .ur help and kindess, they nev-
ihaiess fell we were 'different.'
"Perhaps thej were right. But.
they were, it would be more
curate to say that so many of
were ill mentally and emo-
ally ill when we came here.
' would be unrealistic to expect
e would not seem 'differ-
r"
And so the New American
Jewish Social Club of Miami,
apart from being dedicated to
helping its own family members
when help is needed, and from
participating in community af-
fairs, is dedicated to normalcy
to forgetting the past and
putting the accent on the pres-
ent.
"We are proud.' Offenbach de-
clared "that so many of our chii-
dun are in the top rank scbolss
tically. We don't have to worrj
about juvenile delinquency."
Himself born on the Polish-
German border and the sole sur-
vivor of a family of about eighty.
he was in Auschwitz and Buchen-
wald. among other concentration
camps. The blue number on his
left arm seems to have faded, but
the vertical column of horror fig
ures is still easily discernible.
This doesn't stop him from talk-
ing about his daughter. Ida. who
is a student on scholarship at
Smith College, a Silver Knight
Award winner, and the proud
holder of a DAB Medal.
He and his wife. Genia. have
'three other daughters. Harriet.
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and baby Mona.
Purpose of the American Jew-
ish Social Club, in addition to
its central ideals, is to hold so-
cial gatherings and parties and
to advance the club's Jewish
heritage. As an Israel-centered
organization Genia Offenbach
is in Israel now visiting a broth-
er the Sisterhood, Mrs. Rose
Silber, president, has adopted a
child in Israel.
Besides, President Offenbach
personally sells about S10.000 in
Israel Bonds annually. The club
meets every six weeks at Beth El
Congregation.
Silberman Will
Chair Hospital
Ball Here Nov. 19
Saul Silberman. president of
Tropical Park Racetrack, and a
trustee of Cedars of Lebanon Hos-
pital, has been named chairman
of the hospital's fifth annual Pres-
ident's Ball and dinner dance ">
l>e held on Nov. 19 at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel
"This is the third consecutive
year that Silberman will be sen tag
as chairman."' said hospital pres-
i lent, Hai rj I. Lewis, anouncing
the appointment
"A trustee of our hospital
since its inception, he is one of
the select group known as
Cedars' Standard Bearers of
Philanthropy. These are civic
leaders who have donated in ex-
cess of $50,000 toward the de-
velopment of the hospital,"
Lewis pointed out.
The annual black-tie event is de-
signed to inaugurate Cedars' social!
season, being scheduled on the
same day, exactly five years ago,
when the doors of Cedars' of Le-
banon Hospital were opened to the
public.
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The reception starts at 6:30
p.m.. and the banquet is scheduled
lor 8 p.m.. according to Silberman.
New Manager at Dupont
J. J. 'Skip'' Shepard. general
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of John K. Kernan as resident
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Miami Beach Mayor Elliott Roosevelt presents
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as B'nai B'rith Week, commemorating the
123rd anniversary of the founding of the or-
ganization in 1843. Accepting the proclama-
tion is Samuel Nieberg, past president of Dis-
trict 5, Grand Lodge of B'nai B'rith. Other offi-
cials attending the ceremonies are seated (left
to right) Mrs. Robert Litt, president, Miami
Beach Council of Women; Mrs. Newton Hof-
stadter, president. Bio ward-North Dade Coun-
cil of Women; Mrs. Harold Feldman, pie.-ident
of the Miami Women's Council. Standing (left
to right) are Bernard Langberg, vice president
Florida State Association of B'nai B'rith; Mr.
Niebeig; Mayor Roosevelt; Mark Rubin, pres-
ident-elect. South Florida Council of B'nai
B'rith, and vice president of the Florida State
Association; and Miami Beach Councilman
Paul Seiderman, second vice president. District
Grand Lodge.
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Banquet, or
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BB Exec at Surf side Fete
David Blumberg, national chair- [
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'{ B'nai B'rith. was to be principal
speaker at a 123rd anniversary
celebration of B'nai B'rith at the'
Surfside Community Center on
Thursday evening at 8 p.m.
Bernard I. an berg, of Miami
Beach, was to be chairman of the
anniversary event.
To mark the occasion. Gov.
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Beach ZOA House
Destroyed by Fire
Reserve Unit
Names Jacobs
Commander Stuart K. Jacobs.
USNR, of 545 W. 49th St.. Miami
Beach, is the new commanding
officer for Naval Reserve Mobil-
ization Division 6-10 Jacobs, a life insurance agent
for the past 11 years, is associated :
COMMANDER JACOBS
Bernard Litman and Associ-
agents for the Massachusetts
."1 Life Insurance Co.
He has helped the Miami Unit
rating of top mobilization
i ii the Sixth Naval District for
1 it teven years out : i
'.u size, excellence and
i all training and readiness.
was first commissioned
ill 1952 and served in the Korean
aboard the CSS Knapp and
USS K. M. Willett as a gunnery
jir.d operations officer.
Jacobs married the former June
1 ischer, f New York City, and
have three children. Doug.
Sue and Stanley. The commander
has been a local resident of Miami
Beach since 1934. and graduated
from Miami Beach High School
arid the University of Miami.
Levitt Serves As
PRSA Chairman
Ronald Levitt. local public re-
lations consultant, will serve a sec-
ond year term as vice chairman
of the Public Relations Society of
America for the Southeastern
United States.
President of Ronald Levttt As-
sociates. Inc.. Coral Gables. Levitt
was reflected at the group's an-
nal metirg in Atlanta last week.
Levitt is a past president of the
Florida Chapter of PRSA and cur-
rently serves as the chapter's na-
tional delegate.
Leaders oi the B'nai B'rith Youth Organization present their
checks as a result of a recent one-day tag drive in Miami.
Checks ere made out to the Interncjional Service Fund of
BBYO, the Variety Children's Hospital and the Muscular Dys-
troohy Scc'cty of America. Left to right are Dr. Sidney Pavi-
!ark, chairman of the BBYO board of directors; Neil Carver,
co-chairman of Aleph Zadik Aleph; Nathan Gomberg, pres-
ident of the BBYO Youth Council; and Susan Katz. co-chair-
man for B'nai B'rith Girls. Thirty-two youth chapters with a
membership of 900 Jewish hiah school students are affiliated
with the junior order of B'nai B'rith.
The Miami Beach ZOA rtouse,
recently acquired by the South
Florida Districts of the Zionist
Organization- -of America at the
request of the Israel Government
to serve as the first Israel Cultural
Center, in the country, was almost I
entirely destroyed by fire last
peek.
Located at 2200 Park Ave., in
he old club 2::. the downstairs
as to serve as an auditorium d
as also to house permanent ex-
hibits of Israel merchandise
It was to be used for Israel
shows, concerts, art exhibits and
Onii Shabbats. as well as for
regular meetings, cultural
events and lectures.
The offices of the Southeast
Region of the ZOA. which has
recently moved into the second
story of the building, were also
destroyed, The new offices of the
Southeast Region ol the ZO'
now 1 3I neoln Rd.,
Suite -
B hain i Uii \
House tee, h i au <
lv.-.\ m t n as the i tership i i
T!ie organ zation will meet.
will be formulated r a
ZoA : i Mia Beach.
Bureau to Mark Quarter Century
"The Bureau Marches On." a I of the Bureau, and a special salute
dramatic narrative of 25 years of to Joseph Cohen, retiring from
Senior Citizens to Meet
Florida Senior Citizens Club 2
will hold a special meeting Mon-1
day, 2 p.m.. at the Floridian Hotel. I
the Bureau of Jewish Education to
the Greater Miami Jewish com-
munity, will be presented at the
Bureau's 25th annual diner on Sun-
day. Nov. 20. at the Diplomat
South
Written by Louis Schwartz-
man. Bureau director, and di-
rected by Mrs. Trixie Levin, the
play will include in its cast
Judge Frederick N. Barad, Stan-
ley C. Myers, Louis Heiman, Max
Meisel, Benjamin Meyers, and
students of the Jewish schools,
including the Central Hebrew
High School.
The dinner committee, headed
by Leonard Zilbert. Bureau vice
president, and Albert E. Ossip.
Bureau president, includes:
Mr. and Mrs. William Agranove.
Rabbi and Mrs. Shimon Azulay.
Judge Frederick N. Barad. Mr. and
Mrs M. A. Baskin. Mr and Mrs Zvi
Berger. Jerome Bienenfeld. Mr.
and Mrs. Thedore Berman. Rabbi
Jonah E. Caplan. Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Cohen. Mrs. Louis Cohen.
Dr. Maxwell Dauer. Mrs. Joseph
Duntov. Mr. and Mrs. Leon J. Ell,
Mrs. Dorothy Kreiger Fink. Melyn
B. Frumkes. Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Zion Ginsburg, Mrs Louis Glasser,
Nathaniel Glickman. Dr. and Mrs.
Philip Gottlieb. Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Grunhut. Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag,
Louis Heiman. Morris Honigbaum,
Harold Jaffer. Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Katzman. Max Kolker.
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour B. I.ieb-
man. Dr. Milton Lubarr. Mrs. Louis
Makovsky. Oscar Mamber. Mr. and
Mr. and Mrs. Max Meisel. Mrs. Al-
bert E. Ossip. Mrs. Charles Ratner.
Mrs. Carrie Rosen, Mr. and Mrs.
Leon Rosoff. Mr. and Mrs. J. Jerry
Schechter. Rabbi Solomon Schiff,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schwartzman,
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Seidel
Mr. and Mrs. Mendell M. Selig,
Mr. and Mrs. Al Sherman, Mrs.
Harry Simonhoff. Dr. and Mrs.
Nathaniel S o r o f f, Mrs. Alfred
Stone, Mr. and Mrs. John Temple.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip F. Thau, Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Thurman, Dr. and
Mrs. Isaac Unterman, Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Zalis, Mrs. Leonard Zilbert.
The program also includes in-
stallation of newly-elected officers
Farband Branch
To Hold Dinner
The dinner and entertainment
sponsored annually by the Chaim
Weizmann Branch of Farband this
year will honor chairman Moe Le-
vin and Mrs. Levin.
The affair, planned for Sunday.
Oct. 30. at the Algiers Hotel, is
slated to start at 6 p.m.
four years
president.
of service as Bureau
JWV Hears Talk
On Heart Disease
Regular meting of Harry H.
Cohen. Surfside Bay Harbor Post.
Jewish War Veterans, was held
Wednesday evening at the Surfside
Community Center.
Arnold Fein, commander, intro-
duced Dr. Robert R Rosen, cardi-
ologist at the Heart Institute, who
spoke on "'Heart Disease and the
Senior Citizen."
Shul House
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Mitchell Goldman, an i Mr. ar.d
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In chart* of ana gements fcr
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Mrs. Sol '.t snick. Mr and Mrs.
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Heal Briber
More Rosenbfum
Andrea Pcllaek
Andrew Sweet
Philip Newman
J3*r
".'eal Bals*.-
Neal Michael Balber be Bar
ah at n. mple I.': >a if Coral
i! !es on Saturday ig, Oct.
Son of Dr. and Mrs G forge Bal-
ber. 4531 SW 15th N al is in
the ninth grade at Ponce Junior
and the pi Lrmation
1 >- at Temple Jud s is a Heb-
rew School gradual ind a mem-
-- of thi T( ,i|)i, 's : Kith grour,.
His Interests Include meteorol-
' baa .!] and football. Neal
- attended the u \: .man
Camp Institute for past three
irs am] this v.; : received
isl vali. le bas 11:: player"
award, among oth
Dr. and Mrs. Bai'>.': vill host a
lua* hi their son's honoi.
Among out-of-town g sts, will be
~ jtalber's twin brother from
- irsdale, \. Y Prof Henry
<.ratf. and his famiiv
Marc Rosenblum
Marc K ton of Dr and Mrs. Rob-
ert RosenLiiim, 870 X. Shore Dr.,
will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah oti
Saturday morning. Oct 15. at the
Hebrew Academy.
An eighth grade homr student
in the Academy. Marc is a mem-
ber of the National Junior Honor
Society, the Science Quo. and the
Hebrew Academy Choir.
Lee. Marc's brother, and a sixth
grade student at the Academy, will
participate in the services.
Among guests will be Marc's
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Max
Kamiel, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Rcoenblum.
A luncheon in honor >( the cele-
brant will take place following the
vrvices at the Academ-
*
Jonathan Goldberg
Jonathan Scott, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Lee Frederick Goldberg,
was Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. Oct. j
6, during trie Mincha service at.
Temple Emanu El.
Jonathan attends eighth grade
Jt Ida M. Fisher Junior High, and
plays trumpet in the school band.
I'': interests include sailing, water
kung, boating, fishing and foot-'
ball.
The celebrant was honored at a |
reception Sunday at his home.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Greene.
'onathan't grandparents, came
from New York for the event.
Andrea Pollack
Andrea, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Monroe Pollack. 7600 SW
129th St.. will become 3as Mitzvah
al Beth David Congregation Satur-
'<>. Oct. 15.
Andrea Is an eighth grade stu-
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dent at Palmetto High and has been
attending Beth David Religious
School for the past two years. Her
inten its include popular music,
art. and playing the guitar.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Black and
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron H. Stern, of
Boston, grandparents of the cele-
brant, will attend the services and
Kiddush sponsored by her parent.
AncVew Sweet
Andrew Jon, son of Mr. and Mrs
Nelan Sweet, will become Bar Mitz-
vah on Sal rday, Oct. 15. at Tem-
ple Emanu-El
. Andy attends eighth grade of Ida
M Fisher Junior High, and ploys
coronet in the school band. His in-
terests include collecting coins.
building model airplanes, and
sports of all kinds. He plays piano
and the guitar.
The cel< )rant will be honored
Sunday at the Eden Roc Hotel.
Mrs. Besse Iiankoff. Andy's
grandmother, will attend the event
Philip Newman
The Bar Mitzvah of Philip Jay,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert New-
man. 1061 NE 166th St., will be ob-
served during services at Beth
Torah Congregation on Saturdav
Oct. 15.
The celebrant is an eighth grade
student at John F. Kennedy Junior
High.
Grandparents of the Bar Mitz
vah, Mrs. Joseph Newman and
Morris Wolf, will attend the cere-
mony and luncheon following the
services.
Joseph Elbaum
Joseph, son of Mr. and Mrs. Law
rence Elbaum. will observe his Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday morning,
Oct. 13. at Temple Zion.
Joseph is an eighth grade stu
dent at West Miami Junior High
and plays flute in the school con
cert band.
Mr. and Mrs. E+baum will hest
the Kiddish following the service.
A reception and dinner in honor of
the celebrant will take place at the
Sylvania Cafeteria Banquet Room.
Mrs. Margaret Farley, of New
York, is the grandmother of the
celebrant.
Marc Rubin
On Saturday morning. Oct. 15.
in the main sanctuary of Temple
Ner Tamid, Marc D.. son of Mr
and Mrs. Herbert Rubin, of 7734
Gary Ave., will be Bar Mitzvah.
Marc is a .student in the Ner
Tamid Religious School and Nai'ti
lus Junior High He enjoys coin-
collect::,;.
A reception will be tendered
Marc on Saturday evening in the
Seville Hotel.
*
Ian Sack
Saturday morning services, Oct.
15, at Terr 0 N >rth Dade.
to be -
C!;.i HE 167th St., will include the
Bar Mi if Ian Mark Sack
The son of Mr
and Mrs \ E 187th
St.
T Bar Mitz
I
Page 13-B
Galbut to Chair Mesivta Dinner Set fnr Dpc. 10
J^r", G*lbut-nner Miami Al Galbut. who was well-known byI
l(ach City Councilman, and local Beach residents as Honorary
ttomey, has again accepted the Mayor of South Beach "
^airmanship of the Mesivta of He is a member of the Florida
n*!! e uM,ami Louis Merwitzer Bar. Federal Bar. and has been
ligh School dinner on Saturday admitted to practice before the
yening, Dec. 10. at the Fontaine- United States Supreme Court
ileau Hotel.
A Veteran of World War II, he
Proceeds of this sixth annual din- UngeTsuL* V^Tr"^'' '" H2
'er will be used for the scholar aval Reserve. and
hip fund of the ilSL. Chlar" ns. commanding officer of Surface
Division 6-45 in Miami. He was re-
cently commended by the United
Mates Naval Authorities "for his
excellent job in promoting his unit
to outstanding' status."
Galbut was chairman of the
Miami Beach Heart Fund drive for
hip fund of the Mesivta
The only Yeshiva High School
in the entire south, the Mesivta
accommodates both resident and
non-resident students, coming
from other communities through-
out the United States, and sev-
eral Latin American countries.
American Legion, is a member
of the Miami Beach E's,
Shriners. Hibiscus Lodge, a-i
the South Florida Planning
Council. Galbut was eriar**-
president of the South Shore 03-
timist Club.
Galbut has been a resident of -.h<
City of Miami Beach for 34
and lives with his wife. Bessie,
and family, at 4630 Royal Palm
Ave. His two sons. Robert ar i
David, graduates of the Mesivta,
are now attending Yeshiva Uru
versity and New York University.
Abraham a third son. is now a
: shman at the Mesivta.
1965. He is active in the Hebrew ,.,
Academy. Beth Israel Synagogue. Hospital Women Of Coffee
A committee representing all Be,n Jacob Congregation, and is
community agencies is now being a hoard member of the Greater
organized, Galbut said. ~ Miami Jewish Cemetery Associa-
Galbut grew up on Miami Beach wl"* C!l'*d Shv'' Emes and the
a.-hiotir,* ,,:_.: .Mian. re Free Loan Asso i-
graduating from Miami Beach
rligh School and the University- of
Miami. He is the son of the late
tion.
Ha ll 3iit commander of he
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Page 14-B
+Jenist norkttan
Friday, October 14, 1966
Old Miami 'Y'(MHA) Sold to YMCA
Phc YM and wiiA of Greater1 Ian, interim chairman of the "Y" ture until 1965. Recoqniiing
ami has sold its former homo, development fund, announced this
: 450 SW 16th Ave., to a com week that the building and land
mitj agency with whom ii haw been purchased by the
shares much in common. VMC A
Marshal] S. Harris, vice pre* Constructed in 1947, the YM
enl "t the Y. and Leon Kap- and WHA occupied the struc-
Top safety record among Food Fair's 103 supermarkets in
South Florida was achieved by the staff of Fredsrich's Dis-
count Center, 645 NW 62nd St., who piled up a three-month
otal of 25,252 man hours on the job without a lost-time acci-
dent. Above, store manager, Herbert Strauss (left), receives a
plaque and a congratulatory handshake from Herman Stein,
Southern Division manager for the chain. Center is Henry
Glasberg, district manager.
Studying progress reports of the Corner Bank of Miami Beach
ere (left to right) Joe Hart, Castaways Motel owner and Corner
Eank director; Jack Corner, chairman of the board; Stephen
Corner, president; and Morris Lapidus, architect and director
of the bank.
Miami Dentist Assigned tn SAC
In Ronald II Abel, son of Mrs
Hilda Abel, of 3080 Calusa St..
vho recently came on active duty,
has completed the orientation
course for officers of the I's. Air
Force Medical Service at Sheppard
AFB, Tex.
(apt Abel was given instruction
in specialized aerospace medical
.subjects and administrative pro
cedures of the USAF Medical Sen
lie.
lie is being assigned to Offutt
AFB. Neb., to practice as a dentist
with the Strategic Air Command,
which keeps the free world's
mightiest missile and jet bomber
force ready to counter the enemy
threat
Dr. Abel, a graduate of Miami
Senior High, received his DOS de-
gree in 1966 from the University of
Maryland Dental School at Balti-
more. He is a member of Alpha
Omega
His wife. Yicki. is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Selmer I.azar. of
St. Paul. Minn.
Dr. Ziff Attends
Safety Meeting
Dr. Sanford L. Ziff. of South
Miami has been invited to attend,
the special Alliance for Safety con-
ference for Broward. Collier. Dade.
Monroe and Palm Beach Counties
on Friday at the Dupout Plaza
Hotel.
Dr. Ziff is the Metro Court's Vi-
sion Clinic consultant and chair-
man of the motorist vision and
highway safety committee of the
Dade County Optomelric Associa-
tion.
ANSWERITE
TELEPHONE ANSWERING
SERVICE
Serving
JEFFERSON UNION
HIGHLAND FRANKLIN
MURRAY PLAZA
NEWTON
FR 3-5581
YOUR
TELEPHONE
PROPERLY ANSWERED
IS YOUR GREATEST
BUSINESS ASSET
that the Jewish population was
no longer concentrated in this
area, and eager to continue to
serve the needs of the Jewish
community, the "Y" then pur-
chased its present quarters at
8S00 SW 8th St.
'The purchase of the building
by the YMCA has already been
approved by the executive commit
tee of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation." said Harris
A- ,i beneficiarj agenc\ of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
the Federation holds title to all
"Y" property.
Harris noted that the YMCA
is expected to use the inth Ave.
site as an international branch,
serving the Spanish-speaking peo-
ple in the area. The facilities will
.....t likely be used lor educational
ami recreational purposes
The Y' is most pleased to sell
'his property to a sister-corn
mmity agency." Harris said. "We
have many fond memories of our
former home and extend best
wishes to the YMCA tor a sue
cessful venture in their new
home "
Battle Over Public ("lass
In Religious School Bldg.
SPRING VA1 LEY, N Y .n \
- Officials of Ramapo 2 School
District, who won a court rejection
of a petition to bar the use ol
facilities oi a synagogue and
church for public school pupils
this week indicated that those
facilities had been used for that
purpose since the new school year
began
A group of 25 parents filed a
petition in White Plains with State
Supreme Court Justice John Dillon,
contesting plans to use facilities
of Temple Beth Fl and St. Joseph's
Catholic Church for an overflow
enrollment of public school pupils
was in violation of the chinch
state separation clause.
The petition asked that the
Rockland County school board be
banned from using the facilities of
the two Spring Valley religious in-
stitutions. Justice Dillon rejected
the petition this week.
Leo Pfeffer, counsel for the
American Jewish Congress had
appeared before Justice Dillon
on behalf of the objecting par-
ents. He said that sending chil-
dren to buildinqs where the "at-
mospnere was religious" vio-
lated the "sincere, honest reli-
gious feelings' 'of the petitioning
parent'.
David Greenbtig school district
atti ni":. replied thai the move
was forced by a huge school age
population expansion, tor which
Ihe district was building two ele
mentary schools pnd a high -
Meanwhile, he told the i
Id somew hei
School district officials said, al-
ter the ruling, that they had been
-ii till' classroom facilities since
lie star' ol the school year on Sep-j
tember 7. They also have been us
ing an abandoned military base
near Spring Valley for about hall
ol the 800 additional pupils this
ear. for whom facilities did not
exist in the district's public
schools. The other 400 are attend-
ng clas>es in ihc church and the
synagogue
Golf Tourney
Winners Revealed
Four golfers who entered the
Doral Hotel and Country's Club's
iummetime contest just for the fun
ol it will be playing against more
seriOUS competition when they re
turn to the famed golfing resort in
March.
The quartet, from widely scat-
tered sections of the U.S.. will be
contestants in the Jackie Gleason
Pro-Celebrity Tournament on Mar.
1. prelude to the Doral S100.000
open scheduled Mar 2 through 5.
19(>7.
The winners, who were in-
formed of their success by wire
Monday, are Del Walker, Long
Beach, Calif., Jerry Boqo, Chat-
tanooga, Tenn; Edward R. Alt-
man, Scarsdale, N. Y.; and
Mason Grigsby, Raleigh, N. C
"Thej were skeptical oi their
commented F r a n k
lirector ': the Doral
0 Itl lh< ir scores
litjh
I. I. IfVKOff
Flo. Atlantic
Names Levkof?
.1. I. Levkoff, semi i '
Miami Beach resident and .
tered financial analyst, has
named to the faculty of the (
,oi Business and Public Adm
tion, Florida Atlantic Univi
as an adjunct professor.
Levkoff, who maintains an of-
fice in the Ingram Bld.-j., Miami
continues his association as fin
ancial advisor to several large
corporations. He retired recently
as vice president and chief fin-
ancial officer of the Delamer
Co., Inc. He has written some
100 articles for professional
journals.
He earned his Bachelor of Arts
degree at the University of South
Carolina, where he was named to
Phi Beta Kappa. He went on :
complete his Master's degree >
the Harvard Graduate School of
Business
Mrs Levkoff is a published poet
writing under her maiden name of.
Ruby Fogel. The Levkoffs live <
6020 Pine Tree Dr.. Miami Bead
with their two daughters. Man 13
and Elizabeth, a f r e s h m a i
Sophie Newcombe
Adult Courses
At Miami High
The Miami Senior High V!
cation Center, 2450 SW lsl SI
now accepting < [rations I
conversational English, t\pewt
shorthand, and office in.
chines.
Classes, which began oi
day, w ill continue throuj
me, ting from 7 to 10 p i
Is each week
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fiday. October 14, 1966
** A-nislh fl icbbl Jacob, 92
'assas Away
A Pizer \v. Jacobs, !>::, died
sept. 2"). He lived al
| 1 ::.]. Dr.
bi Jacobs was born In Lon-
[ Inglai (I. on March 19, 1874
graduated with honors |
loth the Hebrew Union Cblle
I'incinnati, studying under Rabbi
saac Mayer Wise, founder of Re-
form Judaism, and the University
|-f Cincinnati, where he won the
iir.es Prize for Oratory.
Living in Chicago, at the time.
pJabbi Jacobs shared studies with
the president of B'nai B "nth of the
nited States and founded the l.'c-
|form Temple of Chicago.
In addition to being Rabbi
Emeritus, State of Florida, the
First Reform Temple of Jack-
sonville in 19C0, Rabbi Jacobs
launched an interfaith move-
ment in St. Peterbsurg in 1936.
He also founded the Reform
temples in St. Petersburg and
Sarasota.
In addition, he founded Reform
temples in Albuquerque, N. Al.;
Paducah, Ky.; Gary. Ind.; Wichita,
Kan.; Plainfield, N. J.; Staunton.
\a.; Wilmington. N. C; Odessa and
Marshall, Tex.; Blytheville and
llelene, Ark.: and New Haven,
Conn.
He also assisted at the dedica-
tion and blessing of the Hebrew
Union College in Jerusalem in
1963.
Rabbi Jacobs is survived by his
wife, Antoinette, and one daughter,
Kmilie.
Page 15-E
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Lee Howard (center), Surfside councilman and former town
mayor, receives the George Washington Medal and a cer-
tificate of appreciation in recognition of his work with the
national exhibition. "Main Street, U.S.A." The exhibit, a free-
dom train of the nation's economic history, features for mil-
lions of Americans the story of the free enterprise system.
Metro Mayor Chuck Hall (right) presented the medal on be-
half of the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge, Pa., while
Metro Commissioner Alex Gordon awarded the certificate on
behalf of the citizens of Dade County. Cited bv the foundation,
along with Howard, was the Henry Ford Museum, of Dear-
bom, Mich., sponsor of the exhibition.
Jewish Musician,
Abraham Binder
NEW YORK (JTA) Dr.
Abraham W. Binder, international-
Services for Rabbi Jacobs were ly-known Jewish composer, con-
in Buffalo, N. Y.
Maxwell Silver
Dead at Age 75
NEW YORK
ductor and music teacher for half
a century, died here Oct. 9 after a
brief illness. He was 71. Dr. Birder
was born on New York's Lower
East Side. Funeral services were
held Tuesday at the Stephen S.
Wise Free Synagogue here.
Dr. Binder, who in 1965 retired
\\v itmii Ter., in..! sept. :;. niv-
rsiil,..
SOLOMON. Henry, of 171 Pine Tree
"r. .ml f|.-y. |m,|. i... died Scot. 26.
Services in Cleveland. Riverside.
frankel. Max, .-., .if 3740 Sheridan
Kve.. died Oct. J, Riverside.
trautman. Jordan Ocorge, 21, of
7*11 s\v 16th St.. died Oct. 4. Rlver-
alde.
GROSS, .in-. |.li. 13, of 1320 l-'iili Ter.,
ili.d Oct. 3. Rlveralde,
(JTA) Dr. Max-
well Silver, a former rabbi, bank-
ing executive and veteran Zionist, as music director of the 92nd St.
died here Oct. 9 at the age of 75. YM and WHA, a post he assumed
together with his late brother. Dr. | in 1917. was music director of the
Abba Hiilel Silver, Dr. Maxwell School of Sacred Music of the Heb-
Silver founded here in 1904 the. rew Union College-Jewish Institute
Dr Herd Zion Club, which later j of Religion, music director of New
became known as the Zionist Or-j York s Free Synagogue, and honor-
gaiuzation of America. j ary chairman of the National Jew-
Born in Lithuania, Dr. Silver' ish Welfare Board Jewish Music
came to the United States in 1901.' Council. He was a prodigious com-
and was ordained a Reform rabbi
at the Hebrew Union College in
Cincinnati in 1916. He served in i
various rabbinic posts until 1922,,
when he became a banking ex- j
ectttive and remained in the bank-
ing field until his retirement in
1955. He was the author of a num-
ber of books, including "Justice
'iid Judaism" and "The Ethics of
Judaism."
poser.
LOTKA
' l:l;V ;{. of :..... sw I8th Ter died
'' He i .in., hi n U......], iKo
and was a retired
r Hi wax h m< mis r of the
. rni Mi. IN nter and Sholem
' i- mi B'rith. He i- stir-
' < n Ife; s irah. u .- in,
i i
'' rthn Shi Ml iml,
K, .in of ci
' ''..:I.. ,-. i.,,,s |...a., ,.,- xiiaml;
:-'" -'.mil, htlilren and
VI ,. I,. I i (let.
1 ii Fum ml Hi.,n, u .1, i.
' In Ml Nebo Cemi i .
horwitz. William, 75, >{ TM letter-
son AVo.. dd'd New v.irk. Rlveralde.
florman, Dorothy, 76, of :>ll Meri-
dian \\.-.. died Oct. s. Services in
Cleveland, <>. Gordon.
ROSS, Mam, til. i'f 9499 Collins Ave.,
died Oct. S. Riverside.
anathan. Mrs. Phoebe a, 76, of
10245 Coliiiis Ave. Services In Steti-
benvllle, >>. Blasberg.
HERSHKOVITZ, Isidore, S9, of 660
NE 176th St. Services in Foreal
Hills. NY Blasberg.
EPSTEIN, Edna, 61, of 1321 15th St.,
died let. 7. New man.
FRiedwald, Abe, 59, of ::::. 2nd St.
ttlvi rside.
SONKIN, Louis, S3, "i "li NW 165th
St., died I hi K. t;.\, rside.
WAGNER, Hnrry, -I. ol 301 NE lllsl
SI died "i. 7. i lonlon,
LOW. Lou s, 6S, of -.'. E Rlvo All
I lr., ili. il i li. 6 Rlvci si i. .
POSKOWITZ, William, R3, of 1002
Ml rlillan We., illi Oct. 6, Klvei
SHElNBERG. Mrs. Lillian, "8,
ll>ron u died <><
BERNOWITZ. Kohl US.'
Miami (Inrdi us i r Si rvin in N. w
Voi III..shin-..
Schwartz. .Miss Lillian i,, of :::
liami Beach Councilman purchases first block of tickets for
ie Miami Beach Elks theatre party on Sunday evening, Nov.
^7, at the Carib Theatre. Proceeds will go toward the Harry
nna Crippled Children's Hospital at Umatilla, Fla. Photo
lows (left to right) Exalted Ruler Judge Eugene J. Weiss,
[ouncirman Robert Turchin, and Zev W. Kbgttn, chairman of
>e theatre party committee.
Capt. Avner W. Freuden-
beig, master of the 25.300-
gross ton luxury liner Sha-
lom, flagship of Israel's
merchant marine, doesn't
da.e events in his life by the
calendar. Instead, he will
say, "that was 25,000 hand-
les ago." Handshaking
is part ol the shipmaster's
profession, the wiry 55-year-
old skipper maintains, "es-
pecially when you are in
command of a big liner that
is occupied on cruises most
of the year, and when she
happens to belong to a com-
pany like the Z;m Lines,
which insists that every pas-
senger is a VIP." Capt.
Freudenberg will be shaking
hands at Port Everglades
next Nov. 17, when the Sha-
lom sails from there for the
first time on a nine-day
cruise to the Caribbean. Two
more cruises from th* South
Florida D^-ri wi'l follow on
Dec. 1 and Jan. 6.
LEGAL NOTIfF
MOTiCF | iVntR
riCTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fllVRN that
Hi, andepslened, dcslrina
business under the fletl*lai>s nm.....
LORE in i or THE Hi H'SK I IP I I IRE
:,: P.O. Host 147, Riverside Station,
Miami, Florida 33138 Intends lo reg-
\nU.....ill name with (he Plerk of Ihe
Clrcuil Oonrl of I M'l- ''" in-. Florida
LORENCE RESTXrcK
Franklin 1>. R snlrk
Attorney for Applicant
ID(J Lincoln ltd.. Miami li. a.-h. Flo.
10/14-21-28. 11,4
N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATL
NO. 71387-C
MOI! I'll IN
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All I mid VII IVls.il II .
[nil 'I i i I......i i

^ oil are I I.> n< lifh I iui.1 r.
lo | resent ..ii' el "I -
iii.iii.i- u hi. h j .,ii inn} i,.,v, ., : i i 11 -1
the estate ol ,\|c IRItIS I >I'K< III.V de-
' late ol DikIi foiiiil}, Kim da,
H Ihe i N.untj ,1udK< "i I >adi
' nnd file Ihe same In d .....ii and
is |iro\ ded ii Si etlon 7:13.16, l-'lorida
Statutes, in Hi. lr offices in tit- i
'> l"nun I.....se in I ladi i Niunl i
tclii. "iihiii ,.|\ enlendnr months fi.....
the li.......f Ihe liisi imblieatloi
of. or tin san i ill be hiu reel
Dated :ii Miami .Florida, this :'!>th
l Selitemher, A.l>.
MAE IH'RCKIN
As Administratrix
First publication of this noi on
the I lid dft) ..l i li loin i I'ltli;
I" AII. KWITNEY
.Mil rney for AdmlnlstratrlN
120 Lit.....In K.I.. Miami ll.arli. p|a,
I" I I---1 -I'v. || I
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO APPLY FOR
CHANGE OF NAME
CHANCERY NO. 66C 9836
To \\ li..... It Maj Cm i ii :
Notice Is herebj Klven thai the tm -
dcrsluned petitioners, LEE PO M1N
and sr.\ rONO YII', IndivldiiHll) and
.......half ..r .n lAQL'IN LEE and
i.\M.\ LEE, Minors, whowi address
is iimio s.W. 17th Avenue, in Ihi Cltj
r Miami, Dade Cuunty, Florida, In-
' ",l '" npplj the II......rable
''..... l.ar.n,i Kin---, .luilu, of the
, i-.ii-v. nih Judicial Circuit, in and for
fade t'ounty, at his office in the
t ountj Court House, at !:<.....'clock
I'.M.. mi the 13th duj of Noi. mbi r,
!!"'>;. ..i as soon thereafter as the}
ma) be heard, f. r an order chanalnK
their names tr.nn 1,1:1: P(l \l|\ ami
YII' SI'Nii FONtJ, H i.M.HIN LEE
ami TANIA LEE, lo JOAQl'IN IJSE
and SUN FONO LEE, JOAQflN i.i:k
and TANIA LEE, to be legal!) consti-
itii. ,i. by n-hich name thi v shall
| thereafter l>.- knou n.
Dated in Miami. Florida, thin '.ib
la> ..| i Ictober, A. 11. 1966,
LEE l'i' MIX ami VII' SIN,; I-iiNi;.
imli\ Idually
.iml ..ii In half of the Minors,
JOAQL'IN LEE and TANIA LEE
iviit loners
, \s alters, Moore \ i 'ostanxo
i Attorney Arthur D. Deckeltnan
urns Ainsle} Ituildlng
Miami, Florida 83131
i" l 1-21-28, 11 I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 72292-B
IN RE: Estate of
f i.m: \ i:i iiki, JORDAN
I'. ceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All t'redltora ami am persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Saul
Estate!
Vim are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you m.n have against
ih. .staio ,.f CLARA ETHEL JOR-
DAN deceased Ian ol Dade County,
Florida .in the County Judges of Dade
County, ami file the same In duplicate
and as provided in Section 733.lt)
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
th. count) Courthouse In Dadi Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendar months
in.m in,, time nf the first publication
hereof, or the same "ill be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida this 12th
day ..f October, A.D. WM.
OEORilE II. JORDAN
As Administrator
Henry Norton
A ttorne} for Administrator
ihi; Blsc-oync Building
____________ 10 '14-21-28, 11 i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIEKEHY GIVEN that
Mi. underxlgned, deslrltift tu i ngagi In
biialiii ss undi i the fictitious name of
Kendall Towers nl K37II S.W, ::itli
Tel i'a., Miami Intends to registi
-iiId n.mi., with the Clerk ..i ihi i 'ii
"i i'. tie fount), li.
EV \\ i ii.s ;::i:
1. I l--'l-.'. 11 I
THERE ARE
W
REASONS WHY MAIL
FOR JAMESTOWN, ALA.
CAN BE MISSENT...
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUf-
IN AND rOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 71459
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4(- Jomtstown, Art.
4e Jamestown, Calif.
4e Jamestown, Colo,
4r Jomestown, Ind,
# Jamestown, Kant.
4r Jomestown, Ky,
4r Jamestown, Ls.
4f Jomestown, Mich.
# Jamestown, Mo.
? JaTesloi*n, N. Y.
41- Jamestown, N. C.
* Jamestown, N. Dolt.
^e Jomestown, Ohio,
# Jomestown, Po.
# Jamestown, R. I,
* Jomestown, S. C.
4f Jamestown, Tena.
? Jomestown, Va.
When you use ZIP Code In
your address, your corre-
spondence is more likely to
wind up in the nght James*
town. ZIP Code adds ac-
curacy to your msL
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All
: '
1..H are liereb} li nil i
'
the i Ml HIRIH F VUK ASH .
"a-. .1 late of I '.nl. i 'ounl I
to ili. i"ountj .ludgi -
ati'l file Hi.- -am. in duplicate .ml -
\>n>\ nl. .1 In s. ci Ion ". 13. Ifi, '
Sta : in. s. :n i heir office* in I hi (
I."1 < in I lade County, Kli
thin iv calendur monl hi 11
........ first publication he
of, or the same will hi In
I luti .1 nl Little Neck, N.Y., this sC
daj of .IiiK A.D. I.
i.\i HEIt MARK
MINNIE FARKASH
As Administratrix
Kirst publication "i this notlci i
Ihe i Itli ilu> of i k-tobi r, l64i
Samuel S. Smith
ilfi e> for Administratrix
l"T Lincoln ltd., Miami Reach, l'ia
10 1 l-^'l -^s. I i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUPr
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 72410-A
In UK restate of
.li siim: IV. CHALFIN,
I leceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml .'I. dltor* and All Persn
Jlaviiig claims or Demands As
Said Kstati ;
You are hereby notified and i -
quired to pi sent an) claims u
demands which you may havi aguin-l
the estate of JCKTINE W. 'I I.M.I'i V
di .- .I l.iu nf Dade County, Flo -
Ida, to the Viunty Judges of i....
County, and rile the sa..... In dun
ai.- an.I as provided in Section :
Floi Ida Statutes, in their ..ili.-. -
the County Courthouse In Dm
County, Florida, within sl> cnli mi
months from the time ..f the fii -i
publication hereof, or the nin< nil
be burred.
Dated al Miami, Florida, Ihb
day of Si ptember, A.D. I MM
SA.MCKL T. SAFIRd
as Adinliilsti a tor C. I. \
l-'ii-t publication ..i this notice .ii
the 7th dxt\ of i k'tober isnij
MYERK, K M'l.AN ,v PORTER
Attorn, ys fm Instate of
Justine W i "lialtin. n... a-, il
1130 S.W. PIi -i Street
Miami. Florida
______ 1" 7-1 l-:'i -'
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 72467
IN R K: Kstat. of
MCRRAY NADELL
I eased.
To All Creditors and All Person* Hw -
in- Claims .a Demands Against s..
Estate:
You are hereby notified and
quired t.. present onj claims and d
man-is which you may have against
tin estate ( MCRRAY NADELL <1
ceased late "f Dade County, Florid.,
to the Counts Judges of Dade Com
ty. nnd file the same in duplicate nnd
as provided in Section 733.Id, Ploriibi
Statutes, in th.ir offices in the Coun-
ts Courthouse in Dade County, Flo
Ida .iiithin -i\ calendar months fro i
the time ..f Ihe first publication her. -
oi. ..r th. same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, ibis II I.
day of i k'tober ,A.D, 1966
I.II.i.l.W NADELL
As Executrix
Plrsi publication ..r this notice <*
thi- I Itli day of i Ictober, I Mil
Shapiro, Frli ,i and Well, Emis.
Attorneys for Kxecutrix
407 Lincoln Kd Miami lleach, Fla,
._____ 1" N-21-28, II {
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 72467-C
IN RE Estate of
Mlltll \N N VDELL
.....as,,I.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE ST \t: n| FLiiltlDA:
rt> a i :rsi ins interesti
THE ESTATE l>F S.\l.....
You
'
I ami ,, ... .
1 I'.....'I Yo
in
from ili.- tint, of the in -i
"i this iiitii to appeal ii
in.I shou .ins. If an> < cm ran
ici :, Bid Court in Imll
oliate should noi .-
unrevi
tiEl IRUE T CLARK
Count) Judge
H SI r \. VRDLAW
Clerk
l-'li -1 |i il.'ii ali.'ii of this n..ii. a
' i'.< 1 Il - I '' .1 .. n.l U il I
An..in. j i. r Exi cuti i.\
i"T Lincoln I! ad
Miami lleach, Florida
III/H-21-2S I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 72466 I
IN RR; Bstati ol
CHARLES f II VRCOWSK1
i-.il.
-1' .....i"is and All Pel ing fliiims ,i Demands Against Sh
Estate:
You are hereby notlfli ri and r. -
i to present an) claims and il
- which you iiia> have again
"tati oi CHARLEh CHAIKN i\\
'" iecensed late ..t Dadi founl
'ounts Judges .a i'
and file li
. h providi .1
'.i Statutei
thei ount) in.iinii,. ,......adeCounii
M.lii- in.mil,,
time of th.- first publlcail
i" ri of, or thi same '" ill i... i.., ,i
' 'l "' Miami, Florida, ih -
I- r, a.i>, isms.
VIOLA "HARCt i\VSK V
s Ex. .ui I iN
First publication of ibis notice
th.- in ii da) "i Ictober 1966
Shapiro, Pried and Well, Esqs,
Attorneys r Kxecutrlx
107 Lincoln Rd., Miami Heach. Fla.
10/M-l'l-Sk. 11 I
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