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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 21, 1966

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
October 21, 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).

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:01968

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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Preceded by:
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Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
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^Jewish Flaridian
roiume 39 Number 41
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKIY
Miami, Florida. Friday. October 21. 1966
Two Sections Price 23*
ig Year in the Life of Fr. Coughlin
By ROBERT SEGAL
This is a big year in the life of
h Charles K. Coughlin, Ihe
^cyal Oak, Mich., priest whose
ratorieal power enthralled mil-
ions in radio's infancy. He was
Itard on 68 stations; in 1936. he
pew 150.000 "crusaders'" for what
called Christian social justices
a Chicago park; and in that
ame year, he went boldly into
_< litics with his William Lemke-
0 "} :.-:v.;is ('. O'Brien ticket, polling
882.000 votes for the Coughlinite
Union Party.
It is an anniversary year in a
double sense: he was ordained a
priest 50 years ago; and on Oct.
25, he will turn 75.
Now on the occasion of the
golden anniversary of his ordina-
tion, Richard Cardinal Cushing
of Boston had publicly and
proudly announced that he in-
tended to go to Royal Oak to
honor his fellow churchman.
But the Cardinal has not been
well; and in his stead, the prime
address of the day was deliver-
ed by Msgr. Frances J. Lally,
distinguished editor of the Bos-
ton archdiocesan newspaper. The
Pilot.
Undoubtedly, another great cel-
ebration will take place in October
when Fr. Coughlin achieves three
score and 15. But for the moment,
it is helpful to those who have
forgotten the damage done by the
oviet Emissary Shouts 'Liar!' To
Plea for Rights of Russian Jews
m SLUR
)
So. Africa
Police Chief
In Apology
JOHANNESBURG (JTA)
he chief of South Africa's Se-
urity Police. Maj. Gen. H. J. van
en Bergh, apologized this week
or remarks he made about Jews
nd Communism at a symposium
eld last week by the Council to
ombat Communism.
In his address at the sympos-
ium, Gen. von den Bergh said that
he was often asked why so many
Df "our Jewish friends" were list-
ed as Communists and why so
many had been arrested for sabot
ue. He said the reason why Jews
|"Und to be involved" was be-
cause Communism was "an ex-
treme form" of capitalism.
Maurice Porter, chairman of
he South African Jewish Board
of Deputies, criticized the Se-
curity Chief's remark* and said
'hey evoked "indignation and re-
sentment" in the Jewish com-
munity. E. J. Horowitz, chairman.
South African Zionist Federa-
tion, said the remarks were "de-
plorable and offensive, and
would be resented by all right-
'hinking people." The major
Jewish newspapers here called
on the Security Chief to with-
draw his remarks.
In a statement issued later, Gen.
Ivan den Bergh declared: "If I
Ij'sve the impression in my speech
thai Jews, to the exclusion of oth-
[r races, became Communists and
Continued on Page 7-A
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) Is-
rael appealed this week to the So-
viet Union in the General Assem-
bly to extend to the Jewish minor-
ity in the USSR the religious and
cultural rights enjoyed by the
! other Soviet nationalities.
The statement was made in the
1 Assembly's 119-member Social, Hu-
manitarian and Cultural Commit-
tee by Ambassador Gershon Avner,
Israel's envoy to Canada, a mem-
ber of Israel's delegation to the
Assembly.
Unlike most Israeli statements
in the United Nations in previous
years, which attacked the Soviet
Union for its anti-Jewish policy
without mentioning that coun-
! try by name, Avner's remarks
stressed the "tremendous ef-
forts" made by the USSR In the
encouragement of cultural and
religious diversity of its more
than 100 officially recognized na-
tionalities, and called attention
to the fact that the Jews were
one of the recognized national-
ities in the Soviet Union, be-
cause they were historically "an
ethnic entity rather than purely
or merely a religious group."
Then he added: "We would here
express the fervent hope that, in
this age of toleration towards min-
ority group rights, the Jewish com-
munities in the Soviet Union may
be enabled to pursue and develop
their religious life and their reli-
gious institutions."
Mr. Avner stressed that the Is-
rael Government also hoped that
Soviet Jewry will be "encouraged,
in the development of their press
and literature and folklore in their
own language," an obvious refer-
ence to Yiddish and to Soviet Jew-
ish youth, which, he hoped, "will
Continued on Page 10-A
radio priest to the cause of unity
in this nation and to an entire
people, the Jews, to offer a slight
rebuttal to some of the points
made on his behalf by Msgr. Lally.
"He preached social justice,"
said Msgr. Lally, "his summons to
social justice embraced all
those who sought the betterment
of man and Society."
Response: In the Feb. 13. 1939.
issue of Fr. Coughlin's newspaper,
"Social Justice." the Michigan
priest pointed out proudly that
Nazi Germany had adopted his 16
principles of "social justice." An i
idea of his conception of social
justice may be found in his mag-
azine of Aug. 1, 1938. when he
called democracy "a mockery, a
cloak" under which "an inorganic
tumor" had been built.
"Before preachers pleaded for
fR. COUGHLIN
golden anniversary
peace, he sought vainly to keep us
from war.' said Msgr. Lally.
Response: In "Social Justice"
magazine, Oct. 17, 1938, Fr.
Coughlin wrote: "There is *n
economic need for a strong
Continued on Page II-A
AT UNITED NATIONS
Goldberg's
Zionism Now
Under Attack
Betar Youths Break
Into Syria UN Mission
By Special Report
UNITED NATIONS A group
of 19 young Zionists, carrying
signs, including those reading
"Peace in the Middle East" and
"Stop Syrian Aggression." stormed
into the Syrian offices of the
United Nations delegation here on
Friday to hold a Hebrew-chanting
prayer vigil.
The 'invasion" by the Brit
Trumpeldor (Betar) youths pre-
ceded by but several hours debate
before the Security Council on Is-
rael's charge of aggression against
Syria in the matter of Syrian in-
cursions into Israeli territory near
Shaar Hagolan that resulted in the
murder of four Israeli guards and
six others.
The incident served to shift
international attention from the
serious business at hand to what
was, in effect, a comical move,
and turned out to be an embar-
rasment for the United States
delegation.
The 62 nation African-Asian bloc
asked Secretary General U Thant
to protest the violation of the Sy-
rian premises at the United Na-
tions to the United States. Thant
replied that he would stress "the
necessity of ensuring the safety ol
representatives to the United Na-
tions and their premises" and
would also convey the feeling that
more adequate steps be taken to-
Continued on Page 13-A
Syrian moors
MOVl PAGt 9-M
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
Secretary-General U Thant in-
formed the Security Council here,
as the 15-member body continued
to debate Israel's complaint
against Syrian responsibility for
the recent outbreaks of El Fatah
attacks in Israel, costing at least
four lives, that he would submit a
report on the recent Syrian-Israeli
border incidents Wednesday.
Thant made that statement after
he had been requested by Lord
Caradon, of Britain, this month's
president of the Council, to submit
such a report from Lt. Gen. Odd
Bull, chief of staif of the United
Va'ir-ns Truce Supervision Organ-
ization. Thant replied immediate-
ly that he had just received the
Bull report, and that the document
would h,. submitted to the Council
as soon as the necessary transla-
tion- -er" co-'oleten
Lord Caradon announced that
the l ouncil would reconvene its
debate on the Israeli grievance
after counsultations with the Coun-
Continued on Page 13-A
CALIFORNIA RACE FOR GOVERNOR SHOWS THE WEAKNESS
Danger Stems from a Climate of Fear
By MAX LERNER
San Francisco
(inly in California could one
rave expected the kind of attack
,v.at the lively, witty, and rather
frenetic magazine, "Ramparts,"
hag loosed against Gov. Pat Brown.
The ground of the attack is that
Brown is virtually as reactionary
a* Ronald Reagan, that the differ-
ence between them is a minuscule
hairs-breadth, that Brown created
Reagan as a necessary ogre-enemy, j
that he continues to "Birch-bait" |
him in a new liberal McCarthyism, |
that if Brown isn't the more dan-
gerous of the two they are so alike i
that the authentic liberals should [
either go fishing or get started on
a new Party.
It took some doing to spin this,
web of bedazzling and bewildering
paradox, but it would leave me,
for one. cold. To play down the
ogre-symbol of Ronald Reagan the
authors of the Ramparts caper
have to build up an ogre-symbol
out of the unlikely material of
hardworking Pat Brown, who is
not an inspiring candidate (who
is these days?) but has a genius
for survival.
Clearly the intended impact
of the attack is not only to re-
pudiate Brown but to help elect
Reagan in consequence. Yet, to
do this means to ignore the cli-
mate of fear in California from
which Reagan's victory must in
the main flow, if it comet at
all a climate of fear spun
largely out of the reaction to the
Continued on Page 8 A
PREMIER TELLS CABINET -
Israel Ready
To Counter
Syrian Move
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israel
moved cautiously this week in
mapping strategy to cope with
growing Syrian belligerence and
Syria's incitement and support of
Syrian based El Fatah guerilla
attacks on Israeli targets.
The initial reaction was a call
for a Security Council meeting
on the growing border tensions
which followed intensive diplomat-
ic efforts in Jerusalem Premier
Levi Eshkol conferred twice with
Soviet Ambassador Dimitri Chu-
vakhin. It was reported that on
the second meeting, the Soviet en-
voy delivered a stiff note to the
Premier which in effect ranged
the Soviet Union almost totally on
Ihe side of Syria. The Premier
also met with envoys of the United
States. France and Britain.
Israel's problem was to avoid
being ambushed into a clash
which would in effect bring Sov-
iet weight heavily to bear
against Israel but also to avoid
giving any impression that the
bellicose Syrians could freely
launch guerilla attacks against
Israeli lives and property with
impunity from reprisals.
Premier Eshkol. speaking at a
1 Paratroop Day exercise in his first
Continued on Page 3-A


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Continued from Page 1-A
ciiter the killinfi of the bor-
roLmen, made it clear that
uld not remain passive
ich incursions but he also
thai the place, time and
d response would be de-
i Israel's option.
i cmier also hit back ai
;.ci Soviet charges that 1s-
planning with other court-
vade and overthrow the
ponsored Syrian regime.
: ting that Israel was "an
tuntry," he said any foreign
could come and see "the
-ition" and also come
I what the El Fatah sa
i,id and what happened t<
Lt Gen. Odd Bull, chief of staff
of the UN Truce Supervision Or-
ganization, met with Moshe Sas-
son, head of the armistice affairs
division of the Foreign Ministry.
Sasson was understood to have
asked Gen, Bull to go beyond the
usual L'.NTSO investigation and
lake diplomatic initiatives to halt
ihe incursions. H,. was told that
Syrian threats were themselves a
violation of the Israel-Syrian
armistice pact and should be treat
?d as such by UNTSO.
An Israeli soldier was wound-
ed during the week in an ex-
change of fire with Jordanians
near the Me-Ami settlement in
central Israel. The settlement is
near the Ul Elfahem Village,
where a Jordanian espionage
ring was uncovered last week.
At the same time, an unexploded
mine identified as one of a type
used by the Syrian army was
found near the Maayan Baruch
settlement, in upper Galilee. Of-
ficials said it appeared that the
mine was placed there some time
ago.
During the night before the Se-
curity Council opened debate on
Israel's complaint. another El
Fatah raid from Syria was re-1
ported. The raider.-- clashed with
an Israeli patrol, wounding three
of the Israelis.
Prime Minister Eshkol made a
tour of various frontier posts this
week and paid tribute to the bor-
der police for their vigilance. The
tour was to havp been part of
the celebration of "Border Police
Day" but the event was canceled
after the incident in which the
lour border police perished in a
mine explosion.
Sunday Evening
Sukkoth Program
A traditional Sukkoth party waf
held by the I.ebediker Branch'Far-
hand, on Sunday evening at the-
DiLidO Hotel.
The holiday celebration featured
a musical concert, Jewish poelry
and refreshments.
Commlttfl in charge of arrana*"-
ments included Oscar Shapiro,
chairman. Morris Forre. Ely Malin
and Solomon Parness, with Joseph
P. Zuckcrman. Farband represen-
tative, acting as master of cere-
monies.
assidic Hassle Didn't
nvolve Race Question
ORK (ITA) A Has
lie rabbi said this week that he
ieved that the various ethnic
tups ing in the Williamsburg
Ctior Brooklyn were satisfied
:i a recent Saturday night inci-
iiit 'living Jews and Puerto
Bans did not represent a racial
Ish.
Foil) ing the incident. (.'apt.
p-al rin, 90th police precinct
mmander, invited representa-
|es "ie various groups to meet
It I) hire to discuss the melee. The
la s s i c spokesman. Hertz
lenki I said he understood the
betinc "as amicable.
drive through a lane where the
llassidic .lews were congregated
although another left lane was
free.
The Jews pushed at the car and
broke one of Its lights, Lugo fin-
ally drove away but later return-
ed, according to Itabbi Frankel,
declaring he was after "the guy
who broke my light." The crowd
then battered the car again. In
the resulting fracas with police,
one Jewish youth was arrested.
Ran Frankel is principal of
he United Talmudical Academy
f Cor,$tregation Yetev Lev, cen-
tr of tti Satmar Hassidic move-
nent n Williamsburg headed
by thf Satmar Rebbe, Rabbi Joel
Teiteitium.
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'auiulow: when about 2.000 Satmar"
lollowi- lei I the svnagogue to
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jfci.ih car driven by Servino
Bitn 4I> of Manhattan, tried to
Fashion Show,
Auction Held
By Young Israel
Resort and fall fashions by
Lory's of Miami Beach, and a
Chinese auction, highlighted the
eighth annual membership night
of the Greater Miami Young Is-
rael Sisterhood on Wednesday.
The festivities were held in the
social hall beginning at 8:30 p.m.
Refreshments hostess is Mrs.
Abe Auron. Mrs. Murray Fraud is
membership chairman, Mrs. Mur-
ray Gartner is president.
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Volume 33 Number 41
Friday. October 21. 1966
7 Heshvan 5727
< Ties That Choke
Rather Than Bind
A twenty-man United Jewish Ap-
peal delegation returning from an
e.~.-.;-day study of conditions in Ger-
many has reported, crr.c-r.a other
things, that feelings of guilt and
s.-.arr.e continue to prevail crr.or.a
the German people as a conse-
-er.ee of the Nazi era and the atroc-
ilies cor.-, m:: tea in the name o:
Nazism.
The report differs little In sub-
stance from others ccrrar.a our a:
West Germany over the ye-ars 1:
highlight* the 30.000-odd le-.vs who
ccn;:i:u*e the Jewish community a:
West Germany todcy and it crffimu
the growing "democrctia seed
t.-e:e. '
And the:? is as usual :e:ere:.ae
tc meetings with many sympathetic
err.rials ana ..-its -o the lormei sites
Storious roncentrctior. :amps.
Ti-.e report itself, stems from the
unending ana undoubtedly
.ally ::::e:t 'c" lumption
an::-Sem:t^in Ls ta: from a a?-a
rr.a-er even in Germany today. The
r.ocratio seed" to which -he re-
porl refers may be fl< ig hut an untold
:.-rr.r;er of Jewish delegations and individual
Jew.ih leaders, on visits to Gerrr.ar.v in the
past have repeatedly expressed their am-
bivalent feelinas about the preaise nature of
this cemccracy and this seea
We are in accord with :hese expressions
c: cmbivalence and even a"-bt. The anti-Se-
mitic eruptions end mar.nestations in West
Germany speak for themselves
cut we are not in accord with the unchang-
ing tendency en the pert of these delegations
ana leaders, the UJA delegation most recent
crr.rr.g them, to emphasioe the feelings of
a-..: end shome German people feel about
the past. Cultivating such feelings is far from
a rtoper means of establish.ng either mean-
ingful or intelligent rapport between the Jew-
ish people in Germany /self Israel, and
ease-.vhere in the world and the German
p-errle oday. It may indeed; help to mcin-
tctin the guilt and shame tor lar.aer than these
feel.ngs mioht otherwise be sustained.
rat in the end it ran only lead to the p:e-
c.sely opposite eitect: It can only exasrrei-.r
cna even I ,:i an unhappy aireotian
laacnship that might otherwise be fruitful Un-
and until 'o.'- le-am that ties between
tnerr.se.ves and a new German."." assum.na
mere is a new Germany must aevelep out
c: srmethi: j more healthy i:ar. a dwell.ng
.e pas: as shame and ami: dwell on ti-.e
pas: then :ne danger exis's :~z: the ues will
s: me day turn into a goierr. ties thai .
rr then bind.
TH CHATHAM If ABOUT TO PU/M^E
W^UIRSt THESIS;-"
i,
Youth Run Rampant
Prime Minister Eshkol was square -n :a:-
aet when he replied 'unimportant, stupid and
rl.il lish."
This was in answer to a newsman s ques-
tion about members of the American Zionist
Erith Trumpeldor youth organization who in-
traded the Syrian UN delegation in New York
last Friday.
We agree. In fact, it was even worse. Ill-
timed it came only hours before Israel s com-
plain: against Syria would be discussed by the
Security Council, and gave Arab lecoets the
possibility they were seeking to divert world
attention rrom the tragic point at hand.
UN Ambassador Arthur Goldberg found it
necessary to apologize before the world peace
organization end even to sian the complaint
against the thoughtless youths.
Israel s a tart todaysomething aprxrr-
ently neither :he Arabs nor :he Zionist youths
themselves are willing to recoan.ee.
Israel's Folded Arms
Along the Great Divide
For those who need it the new American
Jewish Congress analysis o: the las: term of
the United States Supreme Court shows a
renewed tendency to divide along liberal and
conservative lines the high court's opinions on
c vcriety of c:vil rights decisions.
The report shows that the court's near-unan- the Syrian and Jordanian borders meet Israel's
imity in civil rights cases since 1954 was own frnt,-er- 's an interesting one because it
broken lest term, when t.ve out of II decisions irr.plica-es an unwilling Jordan which, quite
crilecting racial segregation were decided bv obv.ouslv would prefer to clcim no active role.
divided courts. But the internecine nature of tne Arab strug-
n.- j .i. ole is less the issue here than "he attack uoon
This new tendencv -. the courts history t i mr n, i_ w
. _, *~T| "iwiy Israel Mr. Ebon has proved bevcr.c a shadow
of c doubt the total extent of .-. i-.-
Abba Eban, .srae. s Foreign Minister aas
tcla the United Nat.ons that the Arab
tiers facing Israel are always -us- as "urcu.ent
3i Lst as quiet as the Arab governments
m to be.
A leadinq newsoaper in Paris l_e Monde '
has ed::orialized that it does not believe Is-
rael would stand with amis :;usc in the face
o: the Arab attacks.
These two opinions just about sum up the
preset.: state of affairs in the Middle East. To-
gether they spell an explosive situation that
may easily and rapidly escalate into some-
thing far more danaerous than the terrorist
El Fatch excursions into Israeli territory con-
stitute today.
There ccn be no question as to the pro-
vocative nature of the Syrian attacks. The
choice of terrcn, near Sheer Haaolan. where
seems now to be repectmo itself
Hence -hose conservative aritics of the
;rr.e C: ::: whe have It ad less
; to say ahcu: the :*_.- in me recent
can rest
thai Amen. tee is nc: their
ie ~no private prooei
be land c: snick and effective U
Nat ~ns act.on he derr.c mm : or. snlv
ittnue to spe-^la-e upon the
be Monde to what ::--
rinue
arms
uring the week
... as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
dTHE "DRAFT Resolution w
I I f the Jewish Question ..
unnq the week **? ***.can
predict the American
munist Party's design f
filtration of the Jewis
inanity. The resolutior
dxated in this colurr.r
weeks ago. appear-
August. 1966 edition o:
tical Affairs.'' theoret
nal of the Communist
IS A. and its publication followed on the heels of the arr ia
vention of the party in New York City last June It was also
here that the November. 1965 Supreme Court ruling giving in li\
the right to invoke their constitutional privilege against
crimination and refuse to register under the Subversive '
Control Act of 1950 has enabled the Communist Party |
legally
As a consequence. Communists are now free to try to .-
positions of power and privilege within the American J,.
ganizational structure A recent report by the American Jewis
mittee. detailing these events, attempts to show just how tl
envisions it. One of the most profound and immediate pre
ing the parly is anti-Semitism The understanding among
in the United States and abroad, of the nature ot the
tursl genocide launched against the Jewi-h con.-
Union is broad and detailed How can the CPUSA
from within in the face of such an ob-
... ; ...- : i uo^- ago. is to en
.._. Communist Partj dilemma This I say that we
which Communism we are talk:: i In any d
Semitism. be recognized that the psrtj i
the focus to Peking Ihe Draft Re>olutioi> in I
Affairs 'i I S
-.-::. a- .. sl mder ..nd an out! jht
i is d ictrinal.
KACIS WOT AM ANTIStMITlC iQUIVAUHT
BUT THE CFUSA
: my. such as Fudau
. Kichko. which Uorris Abram
, ericai jw ish Commi)
. .- : ani S the Soviet 1
short
stalii
., -
iesigi -. ti-Semil
-..
Russia i

U S A M -
-
cause its nbi! i
the sa is thai
Soviet Union, un
is ai '. Sen tisn
- .- : .... i ,:-. Tl not 1
I j: ticuiar j bees s not an anti-S
DUZLHY MAKES fOt AN IMPOSSIBLl OtJtCTIVt
TO OBSCURE THE issue even
' counter-charge I existence oi anti-Semil :
States. | eyond all bounds of realit
here is to en an awarei ess of
In terms of the- ^.cal difficulties "he CPl S '
ther major hurdle before it even can hoj
: i _u:r- |< ess t h : communal and organ: '
luestion it Zionism and Israel
eleven-page Pratt Resolutior levotes two an
- issue As m< ricsn Jewish
The CPUSA ill tolerate

The CPUSA pposes i
rganized by I be Istsm Li Coi
aring The CPUSA ;. poses
patches i
~
Ceatured in t I i : gains
-
i t the w ..-.-- iogi
tares would je ?
nst S ted Sj
It is this kind oi make the '. : ~
s ve
C/VWC MtTHOO TO Trtf tJTST ZIGZAG
APART from THE Supreme
*^ mechanism i
: Iiscussed t
^*. .; sarned that the ma ideolog
is the naesuftii ml m dcc it pa
"For p ilicj A.....j the J. -v- I'
the Struggle Against alism b) John Wi
ical Affairs, .\x:.\ Jul> L9S0, S5-70I. Bat the a
Resolution, as it apptui- in the August, 1966 edition of
Affairs." deciares that a Commun.-" .- a Jew, will
permitted to take pride in his Jewish identity and feel ki; -
Jews throughout the world Such sentiments are
star.dabie, and we identify twusslves with them." the Dr..
tun states
This, of course, has nothing to do with the erstwhile
Barrow nationalism" of Zionism; while the main new et
there must always be an enemy, is left-wing sectarian
insidious influences of national nihilism, which rej
continued distinct existence and role of the Jewish pe.:
the new special dispensation" for Jews sugge-
and cultural freedom to Jews in the U.S. denied to their bl
he Soviet Union by Moscow political theoreticians is less >.-
here apparently, than that the dispensation falls, once
.-.ear accord with Soviet anti-Maoist propaganda.
'
"Righ- \vir..:~ 7: .ril.-rn national nihilis
1 -an Communist terms to give method to "
is that the CPUSA's 1
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Values Need New Assessment Today
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridien:
"Tradition"' happens to be oner
(i the songs featured in the topi
I'road way musical. "Fiddler on the1
Roof," which has played to "sell!
cut" audiences for the past sev-
eral years, and which has earned'
fortunes for the backers and pro-;
I ucers of this show.
"Tradition" has also been the
prime factor in the perpetuation of
our Jewish heritage and faith j
Throughout the generations.
I was therefore shocked ana !
;pp.:!!cd at the attitude of Mr. '
Harotd Prince, the producer of !
' Fiddler on the Roof," when he '
aw fit to fire Ann Marisse, who
rays the eldest daughter of
Sholem Aleichem's Tevye, for
Ser refusing to perform on Rosh
Hi.'hona and Yom Kippur.
]f Jewish tradition is to reap
fortunes for Mr. Prince through'
his success with "Fiddler on the
Roof." then Jewish tradition, and
e who wish to observe it, I
should certainly be good enough
Ur. Prince to respect.
It is high time that we reassess
our tense of values as to whether
monetary gain or the observance
ol cur faith constitutes Jewish
"tradition."
PAUL KWITNEY
Miami Beach
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
As a patriotic American and a
ctvoted friend of Israel. I am deep-'
iy disturbed about the controversy
which has developed in the press
( n account of an alleged remark
made by President Johnson that
"line Jews are critical of his con-
i JCt of the war in Viet Nam.
It is my opinion that the pub-
licity given in the press to this un-'
] Peasant incident is not salutary
lo the interests of the Jews, as
n me unfriendly elements may use
- episode a* a slur and accuse
them of disloyalty or lack of
(.ratitude to our President for all
I e has done for them.
I do not want to discuss the
merits of this incident, but I wish
emphasize the following points:
' resident Johnson did not ini-
tiate this war. but inherited it from
he previous administration. In a
: nlliant speech before the UN
Assembly, Ambassador Arthur
Goldberg pointed out that we are
ret fighting for gains or for con-
i.utst. but in defense of democracy
oj small nations and that we are
going to withdraw as soon as an
1 onorable agreement can be reaeh-
I d with the enemy.
President Johnson is a fine per-
'". a capable leader and a great
I umanitarian. During his brief
tenure in office, he accomplished
for the welfare of the people in
this country more than any of his
: edecessors. He is a friend of the
State of Israel. He deserves our
support. ,
Let us rally behind him. To-
gether, we shall reach a settlement \
Oj this conflict compatable with
our dignity, honor and sense of
ji rtice to all nations.
DR. SIMON WILENSKY
President
Labor Zionist Assembly
of Greater Miami
Jewish calendar year, you pre-
sented local, as well as interna-
tional Jewish scene, which neg-
ected to mention or take into ac-
ount certain issues of vital im-
portance. -----
The delineation in itself is not
criticizable, but the omissions
were outstanding, inasmuch as it
roves that these issues arc not in
the focus of your interest. It should
lie mentioned, first of all. that the
problem ol Russian Jewry was left
out and gives the impression that
you have already discounted them.
since they didn't appear in any
part of your summation.
The truth is that no change
has come about in their general
situation during this past year,
and their position has even
worsened in certain instances.
It is not only your publication
which ignored this issue of the
desperate situation of Russian
Jewry; but also Jewish organiza-
tions which pretend to be re-
sponsible for Jewish destiny are
avoiding involvement in this
question.
They still prefer to be interested
in matters which don't concern
the late and the future of the Jews,
the fate and the future of the Jews,
but with issues which are out of
their jurisdiction.
It should be pointed out. for in-
stance, that these establish-
ments" which claim to be respon-
sible for American Jewry are will-
ing to jeopardize our relationship
with the U.S. Government by pos-
ing as spokesmen for us and tak-
ing stands on issues such as our
being against the Viet Nam war,
which caused a lot of aggravation
recently.
Of course, as individuals, these
gentlemen have all the right to
take any stand they wish, but to
commit the Jews collectively in
such a controversial issue and to
endanger the relationship between
Israel and the U. S. or the national
position of American Jewry can
not be condoned.
Instead of these establishments
being busy carrying on a constant
fight for the emancipation of Rus-
sian Jewry, they are mixing into
matters which are none of their
business in tfleir respective or-
ganizational capacities.
This spirit, so prevalent among
these organizations, is also re-
flected in your summary, when
you preferred to elaborate on acti-
vities, and let Russian Jewry re-
main the forgotten tribe of ou-
people.
MAURICE GOLDRING
Miami Beach
on a day other than the holiday. |
Rabbi Schiff states: "It was not of- j
fered as regular Yom Kippur sen- j
ice. but designed to give 'shut-ins'
at the hospital some of the mood j
and inspiration which the High
Holiday season offers."
Doesn't Rabbi Schiff know that J
the "shut-ins" are also entitled to
the real Yom Kippur service in-
stead of "some of the mood and in-
spiration the holiday offers?"
Rabbi Schiff compares the serv-:
ices he conducted to the "sacred
mitzvah" of "bikur cholim." Any-
one knows that visiting the sick
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
In your New Year issue, the
< EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
In my opinion. Rabbi Solomon
Schiff's reply to Rabbi Bcrel
Wein's complaint was very un-
satisfactory.
In assuming responsibility for
the Yom Kippur service being held
Fia. JWV Auxiliary
Has Conference
Jewish War Veterans Ladies'
Auriliary of Florida held it quar
terly meeting on Oct. 8 and 9 in
St. Petersburg.
Attending the conference were
Mrs. Sophia Lee. state president;
Mrs. Daisee Heberman. past na
tional president: Mrs. Max Kern,
national conductress-
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in the week, and the comparison
to Yom Kippur Day service is
ridiculous.
He further mentions that the
"sounding of the Shofar on Rosh
Hashona. circulation of the Es-
rog and I.ulav for the blessing on
Sukkoth." and other such items.
Again, this does not explain the
callousness of the Yom Kippur
service in fact offered at Mt. Sinai
Hospital.
DAVID F. MILLER
Coral Gables
Golden Agers
Resume Activities
Miami Beach Golden Agei- have
resumed their fall activities at the
YMHA. 1536 Bay Rd. The G>Men
Age Friendship Club holds weekly
meetings each Sunday at 1:30 p.m.
The Day Center started.i;> fall
season on Wednesday, with clas-
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and creative writing.
Sunday. Oct. 30. Mr. and Mrs.
Sleig Tarter will celebrate their
64th wedding anniversary at the
Miami Beach "Y," with the pre-
sentation to the Golden Age
Friendship Club of new American
and Israeli flags in their ho::>.'
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Friday. October .
1S66
Rosen Will Chair Scholarship Dinner
R '-.-.. chairman
icai
and
in the South
Florida area, has bet i i ..med
an of the Hebrew
> 19th annual schola:
The banquet, to assist scholar-
- for the school's student
io;> -cheduled Jan. 8 at
1 eauville Hotel
Rosen's appointment as gen-
eral chairman of the dinner, was
announced bv Louis Merwitztr,
president of the Academy lo-
cated at 2400 Pine Tree Dr., Mi-
ami Beach
It will be the fifth year Rosen
Vas accepted the post of chair-
Albany Club
For Miamians
The Albany, S Y area club of
( Miami held its first
i ol ason last week at the
' tel.
The club was organized for re-
- in the Miami area who for-
i erly lived in Albany, Schenec-
tady Troy, or communities in or
rear the capital.
man of the event Rosen is also
chairman of the hoard of directors
j and pres-
ident of Temple Menorah.
A kickoff breakfast to assist in
ad arrangements for
the dinner is scheduled this Sin-
day at the home of Rabbi Alex-
ander S. Gross, principal of the
Hebrew Academy. Stal___ several
committees to assist with the ban-
quet will be one of the major items
at the breakfast meeting.
The SlOO-acouple banquet i- ex
potted to draw more than 1 BOO
persons, according to Rabbi Gross
and Ro-cn.
'We are looking for entire com
munity support. Merwitzer said. It
is necessary to inform persons
throughout the area of the banquet
because of the importance the event
has upon the education of so man>
students attending the Hebrew
Academy."
According to Rosen, the stu-
dent population at the Hebrew
Academy has risen 16 per cent
since last year. "We had 450
students attending the Academy
during the last school year and
this year we already have re-
gistered 518 youngsters for clas-
ses. We are looking to an equal
increase of persons at the din-
ner this year compared to last
year.
Jerome Bienenfeld, Max Deak-
ter, Louis DeCoveny, Morris
Dubler, Irving Firtel, Maurice
Goldring, Joseph Gonshor, Mil-
ton Kahn, Jacob Kaufman,
George Kimmel, Harry Rosen
and Julius Rosenstein.
Miami Beach Mayor Elliott Roo-
sevelt has been named chairman
of the national honorary commit-
tee with Wolfi(. Cohen, Ham
serving as
"Approximately 75 per cent of
'he students attending the Aca
demy are on either partial or con;
plete scholarships.'' Rosen de-
clared, and the increased attend-
ance means pioportionately more
students receiving scholarships to
attend the Hebrew Academ>
According to Rosen, one of the Genet and Merwitzer
unique features of the 19th annual associate chairmen,
dinner will be special tables set -
up for all tempics and eongrega- ^
tions in the area to add to the
community support idea.
Ro.-en. also president of Temple
Menorah and chairman of the
board of directors at the Hebrew
Academy, announced that some
major committees already have
been formed and will be present
at the kkkofl : at Rabbi
Oi tsa s home
Associate chairmen for the ban-
quet will be B I Binder. Jack S
Popick, Samuel Reinhard ai
cob Rifkin Co-chairmen will be
Jack A. Cantor. Joseph Cohen and
Oscar Shapiro.
11st ai Mamber will chair the din-
ner cabinet and serving with him
will be:
Hear,"- Daeter
Talks to Veterans
Members of |[|
Surfside-BayMIi ,
' lewisfa War Veteic
Dr Robert R Rosei
at the Heart tnsl
"Heart Disi -
Citizen' last week
Post program b e g
p.m.. at the Surfsi
'' H ns Ave
After the talk and
meeting. Arnold Fein, coi
led a question and .

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STILL WORKS WITH ENGINEERING IDEAS
Retired Miamian Remains Active
By RANDY FUHR
When Irving Goldfien. 73. a
civil and research engineer for
the City of Milwaukee, retired in
Miami on June 1. 1963. he made a
vow which he has kept to this
day.
After serving more than 46
years, he felt "I have retired
from my position not from my
profession." In recognition of his
contributions. Goldfien received
a plaque from the mayor of Mil-
waukee, along with many dis-
tinct^ e gifts
Today, the distinguished-look-
research consultant is in fact
active once again.
Studying the Water Level
I'm engaged in studying the
cau^e ol the lowering of ground-
water level in the central down-
town area of Milwaukee and re-
sultant detrimental effect on
building foundations, and my
study will be complete within
two years." he explained.
Re-ides continuing research.
Goldfien has asked Miami gov-
ernment leaders for a position
as head of a state commission
to develop sanitary conditions in
Florida. "Mayor High has -aid
my idea is excellent.'' added
Goldfien. "and I'd be willing to
work without compensation for
my services."
. In 1964. he was called to Is-
rael to tour the famous Technion
and the sewage systems in sev-
eral cities. Goldfien said his
problem, particularly at Techn-
ion. was that engineering plans
and charts there are. of course,
written in Hebrew, while Gold-
fun can mainly converse "rea-
sonably well' in Yiddish. French,
or German.
Haifa and Tel Aviv
While in Israel. Goldfien
studied the sanitary sewage
plants of Haifa and Tel Aviv "In
Haifa, the plant is the most mod
ern I've seen throughout the
world," he noted.
Tel Aviv, on the other hand,
needed suggesttoaa on how to up-
date its plant. "I pointed out
their antiquated methods, and
they took m\ suggestions for im-
provements. '
Born in Bialystok. Poland, on
May 12. 1893. th- bushy-browed
engineer graduated from Val-
paraiso University of Wisconsin
in 1916 with a Bachelor of
IRVING GOiDfltN
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ing.
Goldfien attended the Gradu-
ate School at the Universitv of
Wisconsin in 1930. and received
the graduate professional degree
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Temple Welcomes New Students
I During Friday evening services
| at Congregation B'nai Raphael,
Rabbi Harold Richter will conse-
crate the following new students
of the Religious and Sunday
Schools:
Steven Conk, Howard Friedman,
Donald *'.....Iman,
li.-i HuliMchniHii, Uenlce IxennerK.
JciMM'h Kii-h.nl.Miiiii. Samuel Kollun.
.1,1 I. Krasner, Mitchell I., in. i. Donald
MurkiiK, Donald Miller, rtlchnid
Miller. Bruce Nlrcnlierg, Roue Erie
I'aj ii. N. il Ronin Shi ll>
Small, David Zii.inini. De-
borah 'ohen. Ri nee i 'idlell, Honil i
l:..thi.. !*l'. D*niHe iHenberjr, Wandn
Selderman, Kai h'rledman, IHtnlel
i 'ohen, V n Welntraulr, -I ixli S
Ami i.i. Deluii h i 'ohi n. Krle
('ohi n .l.ir.' r'l ledman, I >el -
Jenkri, Lee Kaufman, llrui e Li
Howard I'hol, (inle Ann Ri nlu ru
Silver, Rutli Am) IV m
r> i. Shi Idon VVn i nhau i .
VV. bei, Ronnl Belli Wed
fn \. w in r I.i. >hn: .1 VVeii
l.;i m rein e Ail ronrmn, Connfi
At a special service of consecration dedicating
a Torah crown, silver bells, silver pointer and
an engraved silver shield, Temple Shalom
pres^ent, Edward Topaz, expresses the grat-
itude of the growing membership in Pompano
Beach's Jewish community to Mrs. Sarah Ro-
man, cf Miami Beach, for her gift. Mrs. Roman
was a life-long friend of Mr. and Mrs. Topaz
during their Boston days, and her children,
the late Ida Brown Marcus and Bernard Mar-
cus, were memorialized during the service.
Rabbi Morris A. Skop. newly-elected spiritual
leader of the temple, conducted the consecra-
tion ceremonies, and introduced guest artists
Mr. and Mrs. Wendel Alderson, and Mrs. Mil-
ton Conrad, soloist, who rendered the musical
selections.
Police Chief Sorry for Slur
Continued from Page 1-A
engaged in .-abotage which is
no) the case il is a wrong im-
pressii and 1 am sorry that this
interpretation was made. I make
nn s-.ich allegation against the
Iewish community, and 1 would
like to acknowledge with thanks
and appreciation the particular
help and personal friendship which
I received from Jews in mv ex-
tremel; difficult task in the fight
against Communism and sabot-
Meanwhile, the South African
Board of Jewish Deputies issued a
statement criticizing the omission
hum ;i new law to set up a
Afrikaans university here of the
Conscience Clause This clause
bars universities from inquiring
into the religious beliefs of staff
01 students or from giving or with
holding any preference to a staff
member or student on grounds of
religious belief.
In place of the "Conscience
Clause" the law to set up the Hand
Afrikaans University has a clause
providing that staff members will
be hired and students admitted oh
the basis of administrative and
academic qualifications, and sub-
-cription to the principles in the
preamble to the nation's consti-
tution acknowledging belief and
trust in the Divinity.
After protests, Sen. de Klerk,
the Education Minister changed
the clauses to provide that staff
appointments should be made
on grounds of academic and ad-
ministrative qualifications only.
He said the change ruled out any
possibility of religious discrim-
ination, citing as an example
that a rabbi could be named to
lecture in Hebrew because a
rabbi would be best qualified to
do SO.
The I'nited Party, the main op-
position, accepted the change and
voted for the amended measure
Mrs. Helen Su/nian. the Progres
sive party's lone member of
Parliament, voted against it foi
lack of the Conscience Clause. The
Board of Deputies statement said
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Friday, October 21, 1966
Dangerous Climate of Fear
Continued from Page 1-A
Beatniks, the Vietniks, the
Berkeley sitdowners, the draft-
care burners, the Black Power
!?c that -he Ramparts editors have
championed.
1 the Constitutional
righl any American to be a
But. thi? |
strikes mi
unusual self-punish-
I hi iu hit us the
be say-
and the
moit .. exploit us ..- :'car jym-
California. the more blind-
ly sen ur victory by
Ian opponent who has
bt-v ui
tics is crazy, but
does have to be that crazj
U rest in the Ramparts
focuses on the larger
Btrategj implicit in it. which
rea< be>ond California and
be> this particular election
yeai
.. that Ronald Rea-
facade and inexperience
and all is less imp rtant in him-
sel] thai some deeper trend in
An an society. The Brown
eems to think the trend
I :cared is toward Birchism.
> campaigning accordingly
The Ramparts crowd thinks the
tren to be feared is toward an
imperialist war and a fascist
police-state under the guise of the
Great Society, and so it hits at
Pat E.own in order to get at Lyn-
doi J< hnson.
le the trend to be feared
i.- qi te simply a climate of fear.
Whem < such a climate has oc-
curred in history, it has endan-
effective government and
the free play of ideas. A nation
a\ war obviously develops some
ol this climate of fear. But. even
John: :. severest critics will have
tc agree that he has not pushed
thi war fervor hard less it get
U t \.zr out of control.
What has given occasion to
the climate of fear has been
mainly the violence on the
streets, the racial demonstra-
ticrs and riots, the Black Power
slccjneering. Rightly or wrongly
the mass of people have grown
sensitive to every new episode
wrich adds to this mood. It is
* r-ood which has operated
ace'nst the moderate (witness
Maryland, Georgia), and to the
= <-<'it of the far-out Right in
both parties. Whether this cli-
mate of fear is deliberately ex-
ploited or not, that is how it
works.
The militants against Brown
condemn him for getting the anti-
riol bill passed after Watts.
Obviously there are deeper
rces in riots than are i I
bj anti-riol state action. Bui LI
not
taken there will never be a long-
chance to gel al the deep
er sources One cannot help being
reminded of the historical fate of
liberal.- and the Left in Germany,
when there was an erosion of the
fabric of legality through street
fighting and assassinations that
were not dealt with by a paralyzed
- ivernment The breakdown of an
effective social order can never
benefit either the majority or the
minorities in a societ)
In Weimar Germany the sec-
tarians of the Left felt it was more
important to fight each other than
to deal with the climate of fear
which brought Hitler to power.
In the America of the 1930s,
the Communists felt it was more
important to condemn Roosevelt
as a "fascist" and Norman
Thomas as a "social fascist"
than to help the New Deal grap-
ple with the Great Depression.
Historical parallels can be
tricky but these are worth re-
calling because they seem to
have been forgotten.
The danger in America today is
not fascism, whether from the
Johnson power elite or even the
Ronald Reagans with their naive
remedies for what they regard as
a 'soft" society The danger 1- a
climate of fear which may lead
to a showdown of violence and
which the demagogues. Right and
Left, are ready to exploit.
Soviets Will Obscure Jewish Martyrdom
In Projected Memorial at Babi Yar
DQGRACiNG
EVERYNiGR
EXCKFT
SUNDAY
m
By Special Report
i WASHINGTON The Massacre
at Babi Yar the most horrifying
single act of anti-Semitic barbarism
by the Nazi invaders of Soviet Rus-
sia happened 25 years ago this
week
Perhaps as many as 100.000
Jews were systematically ma-
chine-gunned and buried in a mass
grave in what was then a ravine
outside Kiev in a period of two
days.
The S.S. later used the site to ex-
ecute captured Russian and Uk-
rainian Workers and soldiers.
But the massive extermination
of Kiev's Jewish population that
took place there on September
29 and 30, 1941wholesale mur-
der unequalled for efficiency by
even the gas chambers of Ausch-
witz or Treblinka marks Babi
Yar as the scene of a singularly
bitter Jewish tragedy.
The events at Babi Yar and the
evident effort of Soviet authorities
to obscure its Jewish significance
are reported in a fact sheet re-
leased this week by the B'nai
B'nth International Council.
The study, prepared by Dr. Wil-
liam Korey. director of the Coun-
cil's United Nations Bureau, re-
ports that Soviet officials, prodded
by the insistence of many Rus-
sian intellectuals and the wide-
spread popularity of Yevgeni Yev-
tushenko's poe.n "Babi Yar." are
planning a memorial at Babi Yar.
But the memorial, the study
noted, is likely to ignore Babi Yar
:.- a particularly poignant symbol
of Jewish Martydom. Instead, it
will be dedicated to "Soviet citi-
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Kiev Jew- were directed to BS
semble three days later at a major
load junction in the city ostensi-
bly to be resettled elsewhere.
Instead, they were marched in
columns to Babi Yar, lined up
naked at the bottom of the
ravine, and shot. Their bodies
were then covered with dirt and
the next column of victims
brought forward.
The executions were directed bv
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After the war. plans were
sporadically projected for a monu-
ment at Babi Yar as a symbol of
Nazi genocide. These were discard-
ed when the Government intensi-
fied its anti-iosmopolitan cam-
paignone containing strong anti-
Semitic overtones.
It was poet Yevtushenko who in
1961 jolted the literary world and
rekindled the issue with his dra-
matic and moving poem. A year
later. Dmitri Shostakovich in-
cluded "BaSi Yar' among five
Yevtushenko poems 'which were
the source for the musical and
choral setting of his "13th Sym-
phony."
The international recognition
given these works encouraged
demands for a Babi Yar memo-
rial. For three years, the issue
was unrnentioned by Soviet offi-
cials or in the Soviet press. But
early this year an exhibition of
more than 200 designs and some
30 large-scale detailed plans for
a memorial was held in Kiev.
Th,. particular Jewi-h signific-
ance of Babi Yar was ignored Ac-
cording to reports, a Jewish archi-
tect who had submitted a design
bearing a Yiddish inscription, was
asked to withdraw it and resubmit
another without the wording.

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London Reports
Arab Troops Move
LONDON (JTA) Press dis-
patches from the Middle East re-
ported this week that Syria had
moved troop reinforcements to
\ rdei I :i in apparent antici-
pation of an Israel reprisal for the
;4i on Oct. 8 in which four
i lb patrolmen were
killed and two wounded when
; jeep hit a mine believed
pla ited bj S; ia.
Other dispatches said that the
Government operated Damascus
I had praised the El Fatah
Commando incursions into Israel
Syrian official belligerence
mounted by the day. Premier
Yussef Zayyan anounced that in
case of Israeli "aggression,"
against Syria, "we shall set the
area on lire and turn it into a
cemetery for Israel and im-
perialism." Maj. Gen. Sweidani,
Syrian chief of staff, said the
Syrian population would soon
form "an srmed front from the
Israeli border in the south to
the Turkish border in the north."
He addec that threats by Israel
or King Hussein in Jordan "do
not frighten us."
Tension bttvveen Israel and the
Arab state;- was reported as higher
than at any time since the 1956
Suez campaign. What was of spe-
cial new f-i^nificance. however,
was an equally growing tension
between Syiia and Jordan.
As Syria came under growing
Soviet influence, King Hussein's
Eiashemjjte singdom openly began
.showing signs of concern that Sy-
ria might ncklessly touch off a
cla^h with 1-rael into which the
Arab stati- inevitably would be
dragged. Syiia has openly accused
Jordan of being in league with Is-
rael in the current crisis, the first
time such a charge has been made
by one A:ab state against an-
other sinct Israel's rebirth in
1948.
Meanwhile, Haile Selassie, the
Ethiopian Emperior, became the
target of Syrian charges this week
on his arrival in Jordan from Bei-
rut, of being part of the im-
perialist. Zionist plot against th'
Arabs.'' it was reported here from
Beirut. The Emperior evoked Sy-
rian wrath by a statement he made
it a banquet in bis honor in Beirut
at which he said. That we rec
ognize Israel is a fact. We accord
this recognition to Israel not oul
of any urge to harm our Arab
brothers but because of historical
factors and national policy."
The Damascus press imme-
diately interpreted his explana-
tion as demonstrating that his
visit to Jordan, with which Sy-
ria is currently in sharp dispute,
was part of the "imperialist
plot." In his Beirut address, the
Emperor said that, when Ethio-
pia recognized Israel, "we
neither lost sight of the misfor-
tune in which the Palestine re-
fugees find, themselves today,
nor our responsibility to seek
solutions to their problems. That
is why we made it our policy to
support at the United Nations
their repatriation or compensa-
tion for the property in Israel."
Another press dispatch reported
that Ethiopia had asked Israel to
train an Ethiopian force in coun-
ter-insurgency technique, to cope
with Egyptian efforts to enable
Arabs in Eritrea to revolt against
Ethiopia. Eritrea came under
Ethiopia jurisdiction in 1962.

Celebrating the 123rd anniversary of the
founding of B'nai B'rith at the Surfside Com-
munity Center last Thursday evening are
Arthur I. Snyder, Mayor, North Miami Beech;
E. Albert Pallot, Supreme Lodge vice president;
Bernard Langbera, chairman and State vice
president; Counciiman Paul Seiderman, Dis-
trict second vice president; Morris H. Price,
president. District Grand Lodge 5; Mayor
Chuck Hall, of Dade County; David Blumberg,
national membership chairman; Eli Hurwitz,
vocational service commissioner; Mayor Louis
H. Stallman, of Surfside; Judge Milton A. Fried-
man, past president, District Grand Lodge 5.
Belli Am Sets October \ovember Agenda
Temple Beth Am has announced
its agenda of activities for the re-
mainder of October and Novem-
ber.
Members of the Brotherhood of
the Temple will conduct a blood
drive on Sunday, from 9 a.m. until
noon, in the Youth Lounge, Break
fast will be served lo donors, said
Michael Clein and Harold Malm.
co-chairmen.
Second annual luncheon fashion
show will be sponsored next Wed-
nesday, beginning at 11:30 a.m.
The Luncheon, entitled "A New
Look ;it Fashions Around the
Clock," will take place at the Al-
giers Hotel.
Fashions will be modeled by
lean Berry women's apparel store
in Coral Gable Mrs Stanley Gil-
bert and Mrs. Robert Garvett are
chairmen Mrs (ieorge Malm
serves as president.
Monthly congregational break-
fast is set for Sunday. Nov. 13. to
be held in the Youth Lounge. Fea-
tured speaker Hank Messick. Mi-
ami Herald editorial writer, will
talk on "'Crime and Morality."
Maxwell Dauer is chairman of th
program.
Annual father-child dinner helrl
each Thanksgiving eve will begin
at 6:30 p.m.. on Nov. 23. in the
social hall. Alvin Rose. Norm3ii
Weiner and Saul Van Zamft aro
serving as chairmen.
A young adult group to be com-
posed of young people between the
ages of 18 and 25 will meet soon,
announced the temple.
UN Celebration
Set By Gables
BB Men, Women
(oral Gables B'nai B'rith Men
a I Won t i helped celebrate the
21sl annr.t sary of the United Na-
tions on T. esday.
Hendrick J. Berns, editor and
publisher 11 the weekly "Independ-
addressed the gathering on
t topi The History of the
i i \. -..his, the Ecstasy and
t Agoi
The 8:3C >.m festivities featured
nons by the North
west Senkr High School Choral
(: up diluted by Arthur Evans.
Held annually at the Hillel
House on tie University of Miami
campus. i program chairmen
were Mrs. David Sachs, and M. J.
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Page 10-A
vJemst fkrkUar
Friday, October 21. 1966
ALL THE WORLD MUST STAND CENTER STAGE
Marat Sade Playwright Views Nazi Era
"The Investigation'* may not
prove a hit as many a musical
I comedy, or even many a serious
:' drama, have proven. But in the
Weiss presentation, that Frankfurt
, trial lives on. As it should.
By SAUL CARSON
\( .v York
the end of 'The Inxe.-tipa
I," the plat Staged at the Anv
'^-sador Theater in New York, as
-..ii b> tins observer on openit'-
'..hi iMt week, one of the two
. tressei in the cast. Vivi*r
Nathan, a survivor from the nor
. .,: \ i iwiti declared "What
lid could not have been car-
: .'i without the approval
be m Ii ins
They j1 course, referred to
thi tier ol 4.000.000 men
al '. '
liions irn ;
all ol is l hai -
shattering play, b
he tr. ii uipts oi tl.e 18-mootli
. trial ol leading Auschw
ranklurt, Get
y. is ....oil'
It is intended to be it build*
inevitably, pitilessly, excruciat-
ingly to that one climax. Four-
million were killed at that one
concentration camp. Not a shred
c' remorse had been shown by
any of the defendants, any of the
witnesses fr.r the defense, by the
counsel l'.r the defense.
shire Nazi
ticipai i industrial Germai
used slave labor, the
<. ; .m people, the entire
..i i \ en the victims and
-urvi ore themselves You too
am the millions, It was
tr we Unasked, but implie ;
thi i i. Peter Weiss, is
allary Is th.> still true in our
Pett r Weiss is a 40-year-old
. citisen, born oi a Jewish
I; .'hi in Berlin. 11 nun Hit-
i clutclv m tine by his par-
whi rente to world pramin-
as ; playwright last year in
Ni 'v Yor!: (the yeai earlier in
doi the author oi a drama
Persecution and A*-
si -mair < ; Maral by the In-
\ lum .;' Charenton
l nder thi Director ol the Marquis
'I !)< pit} won, in New
York about all the critical and
kudu- a di ama of th"
ol Marat Sade could pos
- Ij ha ..ill. Mr. Weiss ha-i
ime i r- : oat outstanding pis
-l;t i ins generation, ills
"* ral S bet n consider! d
i i onlj I te strong! si play on
-: year it had been
eat work ol ait by a
-i-ic b
But "i. as Marat/Sade was
earning hurrahs after it.- opening
in Londo i Weiss went to other
i.. Id- Al Frankfurt, Gei n my, 21
N /'-. all "i them leadiay person
r.el amoi 'be murderers at Attach-
viti, we ..ii trial llv attended
sessions thai lony 'roeeedin-'
til ended !>. guilty verdicts for 20
ti life imprisonment. 10 to six
>iar jail terms). Weiss weal to see
ii '' lita i liimself. He has said'
that onlj after visiting Auschwitz
I he eon prebend fuHy what ha I
- ".e on there.
Renanah Chapter
Member Lunch ,
Henanah Chapter of Hadassah
held its annual membership
luncheon on Monday at the home
o Mrs. Alfred Freeman, 4MB Meii
Au-
di's Walter i.eixiwitz. president,
said that members presented a
skit entitled. "Piddling for the
Loot.*' a parady of the Broadwaj
musical. 'Fiddler on the Roof."
The skit was narrateii by Mr-.
Jerrj Zeitier, professional act-
ress and singer Members of the
included Mrs Robert Cohen.
Mrs Sherman Fast, Mrs Howard
Gordon, airs, .lack Kratish, Mm
Walter Lebowita, lira Marvin
Rosengarden, and Mis Carair11
T'-itlebaum.
Program chairman for the pre
-nlation was Mi- Siiliii-\ Gold
i>< rg
Membership vice president. Mrs.
Luis Neufeld. said this was
the largest memhersip luncheon
ii the history of the Renanah Ch;.p-
ler.
He culled the court transcripts.
A dozen or so of his actors rep-
resent the entire group that had
been on trial. Two witnesses for
the defense represent the Ger-
man industrialists who aideci
Auschwitz and the Nazis and
profited heavily thereby. Five,
two of them women, represent
the many witnesses 'or the pro
-ecution. Ail the words used by
the entire cast ir,.-luding the
presiding judge, the oosacutor
and the chief consul for the de-
fense, .'O culled from the a:
tual co.-t records. The words
are hift iry. Only 'r,e arrange-
ment hjd teen made by Weiss.
The word "Jew" is not men-
tioned ence. It isn't needed.
The stage is arrayed with rows
of comfortable, witness-box type
- for accused and witnesi
all facing the audience, in the or-
chestra pit. then is a table 8X
commodating the judge and coun-
sel for the two side-
In scene after scene the occur
rences at Auschwitz rk>*lop
through Wci.-s' point-comlerpoint.
oratorio-style arrangement of the
record piled up during the Frank-
tart trial: Men. women and chil
Iren starved, transported to \u
witz. some oi them taken dl
.i the companion camp oi
Birkenau, with its Cyclon-B
ei" ro ims and its gas ovens, i
Mm- shot, victims killed b the i
Of phenol directly into
;o tnt
,v. ather. ted to me It-
.: experiments which are
ed in detail, people b
sometimes alive it i- all then
in words given to you from the
There are very few histrionics
Only once in a while is a voice
Plea for Russia Jews
Elicits 'Liar!' Charge
Continued from Page 1-A
have access to the teaching "i the
IS and cultural he: it;. ol
their forefathei "
He appealed to the USSR to per-
mit i!.- Jewish citizen* to maintain
contact with Jewish communities
elsewhere and to make possible the
reunification of families torn a-un-
der during the Nazi invasion of
F.iuupe. All these measures would
be ill full accord with the trend to-
ward- coexistence and the removal
of barriers between peoples.'' he
stated,
He stated that it would be
"factually wrong" to say that
anti-Semitism has disappeared
everywhere. He said that Jews
faced prejudice and hostility in
some countries, and employ-
ment problems in others, and to
the existence of groups which
"practice poisonous anti-Jewish
agitation on racial grounds."
There are "still instances of Nazi
criminals -joing free and unpun-
ished for their genocidal atroci-
ties" or being let off with min-
imal sentences, he said, and he
appealed for decisive action in
all these instances.
Exercising his "right of reply''
E. N. Nasinovsky. the USSR repre-
sentative in the group, called A\
ner a liar, charging that Israel has
"slandered" the Soviet Union. He
accused the Israeli Ambassador of
"specious, mendacious assertions,
smokescreen to cover the scandal-
ous situation existing in Israel re-
garding the Arab p o p u 1 a t i o n
there.'
He was supported in thai view
by the delegates from Syria and
I'krainia. However, the delega-
tions representing Australia. Mad-
agascar and Venezuela supported
Israel's stand in this issue whole
heartedly.
The most lengthy support of
the Israeli appeal was voiced by
the United States representative
in the committee, Ambassador
Patricia R Harris.
Quoting extensively from Av-
ner'S address, she told the commit-
tee that the U.S.A. not only shared
Mr. Avner's hopes for improve
meats of the situation of the Jews
in the Soviet Union, in the it
ious and cultural fields, but hoped
also steps would be taken in all
countries to end discrimination
against all peoples everywhere,
raised in anger sometimes by
the defendants, sometimes by
the defense counsel, sometimes
by the rich moguls there to testi-
fy for the Nazis never by the
obviously Jewish survivors. Most
of the time, the pressure is low
as if Weiss fels that the story
reeds no underscoring, the facts
need only to be told and you,
the cudience, will understand,
will 'eel, perhaps rebel.
Nol one ol New York's firsl
ittack Mr Weiss
-ion line. The) did ask goes-
of another nature: I- this
drama, or i* it non-theater, un-the-
Will audiences flock to thi
theater If the; do, will thi : v
themselves sufficiently eupeptic to
applaud loudh enopgh to pack the
house for i long run?
Those questions, at this writing,
must remain unanswered Some ol
us who, du those long months
. f the A'techv i;z trial at Frank-
furt followed i! minutely at least
at a safe distance, at the Ne>\
York end 11 ; cable line remain
: er it onlj too v ell.
We must sympathize with
Weiss, who had been there and
had seen and heard these men
of the Auschwitz directorate. We
must sympathize with and lae-d
his motives in telling the story
on stage in his own way.
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Page 11-A


Saul SUboimnn. cpneral chairman of the fifth annual Cedars
of Lebanon Hospital Ball to be held on Nov. 19 at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel, with the banquet committee at a report meet-
ing. Sealed (left to right) are Silberman, Harry L. Lewis, hos-
pital president, R. Williams Apte. Rear are Joseph Garfield
and Elliott Blumenthal. trustees.
It's liiji ^ car in The
LiiV oi Vr. Goughlin
IHNnued from Page 1-A
Bin Central Europe. Tlie
of Versailles denied it;
Mm Tmaty of Munich provided
it." J^*m, in his magazine,
Ajr.-J, 1939, he declared: "The
Kam*>trlin Axis is serving
iritaartdom in a peculiarly im-
Mnenner."
has the gospel been
with such eloquence.
e we heard the truths
expounded with more
phrase and power of
," said Msgr. Lally.
Was the Christian
ached by Fr. Coughlin
is magazine of Apr. 24.
ated that the Great Dc
"Seldom
preached
seldom ha\
of religion
felicit
exhortatio'
Response
gospel pro
when, in h
1989, he
Marshall Wise
Returns to Miami
Social Security
TbjjcMrn "I Mar-hall Wise as
| manager of the Miami
downttW'ii office of the Social Sc-
HkdminiMration has been an-
md in Atlanta by Wardell
^te. regions representative.
f of District Office Opera-
><>ti.il Security Administra-
1; past year. Wise has been
K to the Welfare Administra-
Hdkcctor of the Cuban Re-
lenter in Miami. He will
Bke his headquarters in the
Herald Bldg.
kn Recalls
baring Twenties
Hple Zion Sisterhood is spon-
;< "Roaring Twenties" dance
Hturday night in the temple
hall.
| Parent and his band will
he music for dancing, and
fating will include entertain
1 dance contests and refresh-
Irman of the affair is Mrs.
Cohen.
Jewish Bock Month Plans Being
Made in Miami Area for Nov. 4
ion Specialist
jaker Here
I acquaint teachers with visual
Jems of school children, Dr.
rt I. Tanner, children's vi-
specialist, was to apeak before
bera of the Dade County Re-
la I Reading Clinic when it
Is Thursday at the Klagami
Jontary School.
Tanner has spoken this
fh before the Florida Optomct
Association on television, and
University of Miami graduate
eats.
prcssion in this country had been
"deliberately created"? Where in
the gospels would one find the ad-
vocacy of bullets in place of bal-
lots, offered Sept. 25. 1936, by Fr.
Coughlin? How well did Fr.
Coughlin serve the cause of relig-
ion in freedom when he wrote in
his magazine on Apr. 10, 1939: I
"Religion gets a better break in
Germany than in democratic'
America?"
Said Msgr. Lally in his Royal
Oak tribute: "Few public figures
in our national history were so
consistently vilified, investigated,
persecuted and denounced as was
Fr, Coughlin."
Response: Was Fr. Coughlin
truly the reviled or the reviler, the
innocent victim or the sharp ac-
cuser'.' Why did "Social Justice."
March (>. 1939. in describing the
German-American Bund rally of
Feb. 22 in Madison Square Gar-
den itsel/ report thai references
to Fr. Coughlin brought loud and
prolonged cheering at that anti-
American event? Who vilified
whom when Fr. Coughlin called
the 1'resident of the United States
a liar, a "scab" President, a man
who was "anti-God"?
What greater persecutors has
history known than the bullies
of the Third Reich? Do those
who now declare that Fr. Cough-
lin was persecuted recall that
in his Dec. 5, 1938, paper, he
printed over his own signature
an article large sections of which
were taken word for word from
a speech by Dr. Joseph Goeb-
bels, Nazi Minister of Propa-
ganda?
Who was being persecuted when
Fr. Coughlin helped set up the so-
called Christian Front, a machine
of persecution to which he gave
blind allegiance?
Who was persecutor, who the
persecuted, when Fr. Coughlin
brazenly, in 1938, quoted widely
in his magazine from the shocking
"Protocols of the Learned Elders
of Zion" and declared "1 am not
interested in the authenticity of
the Protocols; 1 am interested in
their factuality."
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ish Book Month were discussed al
a recenl meeting of the adult
education and library committees
of the Bureau ol Jewish Educa-
tion, according lo Melvyn li
Frumkes and Mrs. Joseph Dun
to\. chairman
Jewish Book Month will be cele-
brated nationally from Nov. 4 to
Dec. 4. sponsored by the Jewish
Book Month Committee of the Jew-
ish Welfare Hoard and initialed
in Greater Miami by the Bureau of
Jewish Education.
Plans call for Jewish Book
Month rallies on Nov. 28 at the
Ocean Front Auditorium, co-
sponsored by the Miami Beach
Recreation Department; on Dec.
I, at the Miami Public Library,
co sponsored by the library as
part of its annual local Authors
Nights celebration; and public
rallies at B'nai Raphael Congre-
gation, 1401 NW 183rd St., and
at the YMHA, 8500 SW 8th St.
A special book review service
will again be offered by the Bu-
reau, making aavilabie a list of re-
cent books and local reviewers
Public display of Jewish books will
be encouraged throughout li
braries and book stores of the com
munity.
In the Jewish schools, special
assemblies will be held for Jewish
Book Month, and teenagers will
participate in a special Book Re-
view Contest culminating in a tele-
vision program by winners of the
contest.
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+Je*tot> n^ridllan
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.
ICe/i
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ions
S<
ervices
AGUDATM ACHIV. LcmBarfly hmei
b3C5 Collins Ave. Orthodox.
------ e------
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Cariyle Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi iaac Ever.
----
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA
TION. 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morris Barr.
---- ----
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Emanuel Kusheiwita.
president. Cantor Sol Pakowitz.
BETH DAVID. 262d SW 3rd Ave. Con-
servative. Rabbi Soi Landau. Caitor
William W. Lioton.
Kr da) and 8:1S p m. Bei mon:
i : Medicine." Baa Mill-
-. Almei daughter of Mr. ami
Mra Arthur Stein baturda) 9 a.m
Bermon: "Th.- Torah Leaaon." Bar
Mltzvah Richard, eon of Mr. and
m i Bdward Sweroiin. Mlncha S p.m.
------e -
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
oox. Rabbi Solomon Schift.
i .:., > 5 SO p m S:i'nr : .. m
:- n n Build a Ne .\.. n
Mlncl ,'in
6ETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Ortho-
ecu. R.ibbi Berel Wein.
l- .- > 15 p m >,, da > a m 8< r-
u Bmergenci of Lifrhl Pulpit
0 .- Steven Ri Inhai >i .; Beth 1--
rael Hebrew High

BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave
C-thodox Rabbi Shmiryahu T.
Siwirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamchea.

BETH KODESH. 11C1 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shaoiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-Arl.
Baturda) b:4o a.m Sermon "When
are you Going." Bar Mltzvah:
Shawn. s..n ..: Mr ami Mra, Mark
Wexler. 1:30 p.m "Portion of Law."
6:3t p.m "Loose Talk."
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Cantor Seymour Hinkes.
---- ----
BETH SOLOMON. 50 NW 51st PI.,
Conservative. Rabbi Aharon M. Feier. '
>'rida\ 8:15 p.m Sermon: "The Father I
of a .Nation." Ones Shabbal hosted
b) Mr and Mrs. Philip Camlnltl In
honor of daughter's ueiMlnK. Kenny
Colen. Hebrew school student, will
render tin klddush. Saturay a.m.
Bermon: "Jewish Responsibility." liar
Mltsvah: Alan, son "f Mr and Mra.
living Oabrach, Mlncha '.::i" p.m.
---- -
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky

BETH TORAH. 164th St and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
V
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
7 Ht>shvan 5:28 i .m.
*
iihu Cantor Jaenh Rrnzer.
8:15 it Baturda)
m, Bar Mltzvah ttephen i
Mi ind m Arthur > kWn i
... son "f Mr. and v-- i: raid
Koshar. M ncha S:S0 p m

9-NAI RAPHAEL 1*01 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter
Cantor Jack Lern>;r.
-". p in rsv s ii hath -' -
mi n Is There .1 Mlesli nai y Conc< pi
in Judaism?" 8< nlor, nt< 1
and junior rsv members will partl-
ati In services, Saturday :30 a.m
rsv will conduct 1 morning
1:15 p.m Stud) groui Mlncha
5 :1*' p.m.
----
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
OP MIAMI. U4I Wash notcn Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Dcv Rcjencweig.
------s
PT, LAUDERDALE JEWISH CEN-
TER. 547 E. Oakland Pa-k Blvd
r *''!" Bermon "L ve b)
Pa Ii m t by ) 1 I bti '
-
-T LAUDERDALt EMANU-EL '8C"
S. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton, Cantor Jerorm
Klement.
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
126 E H.vi.-indale Beach Blvd. Rev.
Paul Deutsch.
---- ----
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Uraas
Prlda) fl p.m. Baturda) 8 a m M ncha
;>.m.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraon.
---- ----
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3'75 SW 25th .
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor William B. Nussen.
sen.
Friday 5 ::<' p.m. Satttrdaj t II a.m
Si n "Whose Help do you Need
Bar Mltsvah: Mark, son .l" Mr. and
Mrs Dav< T Mlsrachl.
HEBREW LESSON
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-a D'Tin' jtp nytf nnix
.o?1? nx -ypn opyoff a*mK
xiinb D'^rp;? Vfjf nna ~i2j
pn nx D"iy:n ik? cs in;
nvw'prj irjQvyo r:r"[7\ rn
oppn n-nra n^xa ,]W)
WS3 Wl) v-usrn 0*19101
oppn jf|&a "?x Q'ljrin j^
tnn^ D'$Vi '.is d;* :vLrf ai
&5rj nx T2on ay&Q .'ij'^cn
.ri^ian? nuiyyo} o}$ on
to }'^on irnn 6 D^lye
.r^ixo ovp niiis i;"t vt$
"3? -Dn'.'n nisi^nrn^^v^
.anna ,biy
Tourists Pot on Tefillin
Scores of young boys, residents
of Jerusalem and the surrounding
area, went up to Mount Zion. They
were excited both because of the
richness of the place and also be-
cause of the nearness of the hour
in which they would join the com-
munity of the Children Israel.
The people of Jerusalem, -have a
custom each year of gathering to
Mount: Zion the boys who have
iffcched the age of Bar Mltzvah
Opposite the Old City of Jerusak'fli
,-ir.d opposite the Wailing Wall
stand the young boys of Israel and
take upon themselves the yoke of
the Torah and the Mitzvah as they
put on Tefillin for the first time
in their li\88.
Many tourists gather at this
hour on Mount Zion in order to
participate in the unusual rite.
Among the crowd of tourists at
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that time, there were two Jews
from the US who liked the cere-
mony very' much. It was noticeable
that they would have liked to parti-
cipate together with the other boys
in the peculiar religious experience
connected with the putting on of
Tefillin.
And so. when the ceremony was
over, and the boys went back to
their own homes, the tourists went
up to the organizers of the cere-
mony and made their request:
We also would like to put on Te-
"Ifllin Their'story explained every-
thing: They were sons in families
who had assimilated. They had
never put on Tefillin and had not
learned a thing about the keeping
, of the Mitzvoth. They would like
: to put on Tefillin so as to enable
| them to begin their lives anew.
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JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern

(NESETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
I*rirla% 5 H d rn Sal lird I) m
Si .....n. 'Why .\! i lha I I U> :'"
p.m CTnases In Taimud and Ethics
,,f the Fathi i -
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LUBAVITCHER M.NYAN. 800 Wash
ington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abra-
ham Kort, Cantor Ernest Field.
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OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr
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man. '
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class i p.m. Mlncha 5:80 p.m.
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonar
E. CaDl*n.
Friday 5: i" and 6 IS p m > noon
"Promise and Compromlsi Satur-
a m bermon "The Jew Stand*
AJom Mlncha 5:40 p.m.

TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con
St-rv.it.ve. 1025 NE iP3rd St.. M.am
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Milton SchlmsKy.
Cantor Maur.ee Neu.
Friday 8:15 p.m Bermon "To Show
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Religious Kchool b< cons.
Baturda) v 13 .. m Mlncha 6 15 p.m
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TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 S. Kendai:
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Einstein anil the German Jewish In-
tellectuals." baturda) \:a:i a.m. liar
Mltsvah Douglas, si n .-f Mr. i.n.l
Mrs. Max Brown; Richard, son of Mr
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TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
Fiida) 8:15 p.m. Bormon: Fear and
Faith." Saturday 11 a m Bar m :/.-
vah: Steven, ,-,.n ,.f Mr and Mrs.
Leonard Komanlk.
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL. 1546
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Cantor
Saul H. Breeh.
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Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Er-
nest Steiner.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chasi
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsn
Cantor David Conviser
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('..m.- to T< mple, I Want to Hear
About My Herltace." Baturda) 10:45
a.m Bar Mitzvah: Jonathan, sun ol
Mr and Mrs Jerome Franklin Bas
Mitxvah: Michelle, daughter -f Mr
and Mrs Irving I-:. Miller
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St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Frida) 8 15 p.m Sermon: Religl n
in our Day "
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative. Cantor
Abraham Reiseman.
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
Friday 5:45 p.m. Saturday 9 m Rab-
bi Arthur S. Hollander will prea h nn
"Starting all ..%.: Again." Mlncha
":i"i i in Bar Mltsvah Gary, son of
Mrs. Wllraa I., mbo.
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AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joteph R. Narot.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon "Rabbi,
Have you found the Me inlng ol
Life?" Mural by Juanitu May. donated
by Mauri,.- Guaman, will be dedi-
cated.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIRAMAR
3500 SW 69th Way. Conservative.
Rabbi Irwin Cutler.
TEMPLE JUDEA. 5500 Granada Blvd.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip.
pei
Friday vi:. p.m. Sermon: "Orthodox
and Reform Legallsm." Saturdav
11:15 a.m. Bar Mltzvah: Gary Neai,
son ..f Mr ami Mis Irwin i eder
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Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman.
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Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
Friday 8:15 p.m, Bermon: "The Fix-
er," from Bernard Malmud'a in
Look. Onee Shabbal boated by Mr and
Mrs. Sam Morgan In honor of grand-
son Jefferson Morgan
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8755 SW 16th St., Miami Rabb.
Ralph G I i x m a n Cantor Herman
Marchbein.
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TEMPLE SHULOM. 132 SW 11th Ave..
Pompano Beach. Conservative. Rab-
bi Morris A. Skop. Cantor Leon
Segal.
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
Temporary office 1820 NE 184th St
Reform. Cantor Chet Gale.
Frldaj I :.'. ]. m :, Washington Fed-
eral, IM NE 187th St Sermon i> %
Hal.hi Marius Hanson. ".My Hobby
Kay Study Tour ..f Israel."
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4th Ave.. Hlaleah. Conservative
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
Friday 8 15 p.m. sermon: "The Real
Leader must Leave his Land." Sat-
urday 8 am Bar Mltavah: Ken-
neth anil Terry Met. Ink
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servative Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
Friday 8:15 p.m. s.-rnion: "Physical
Improvement Spiritual Renewal."
Saigrda) >;:'> rtt.sja Bar .\llttnh
Mark, son of Mr and Mrs Daniel
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I'aul ind < I I
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gar. Cantor Ben Dick.,-,
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Father Donald Connolly
Rev. Albert Schmidt
Bishop Coleman F. Carroll
Mr Irvin Schindlcr.
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Topic: "'Poland Milinium: Reformation: INK EF
Synopsis of the Torah Portion LEKH LEKHA
Abraham, in Transjordan with his flocks of sheep and
camels, sees Palestine, the Promised Land, in the listance.
"Lift up now thine eyes, and look ... for all the hire
which thou seest. to thee will I give it, and to thj seed
for ever." (Gen. 13.14-15).
LEKH LEKHA At the command of God. Abram left I
Haran and journeyed to Canaan. There God appearej to him
and said: "Unto thy seed will I give this land" (Gen 12.1
There was a famine in the land of Canaan, and Abram took
his household to Egypt. On his return, he and his nephew, I ;
separated peaceably. Lot choosing to settle in the plain ol
Sodom. In the battles between the northern kings an i thi -<
of the plain of Sodom. Lot was captured
Learning of his newphews plight. Abram armed his follow-
ers and pursued Lot's captors. He defeated them and -rind j
his nephew and the other captives from Sodom, (i mad< a
covenant with Abram to give him and his seed aftei
land of Canaan. ("The Covenant between the Par:- Wl '
Abram's wife. Sarai, saw that she was barren, she ga ii;. :
her handmaiden, to Abram. as wife. Hagar'bore Abram
son. who was called Ishmael. At God's command, Abram
his name to Abraham, and his wife's name to Sarah. !
cumcized. together with all the males of his house
This recounting of the Weekly l-orticr of the La* is e
traded and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher ii
Shenoold, and the volume is available at 2/ William %'.. New
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THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Abraham, Father
Of Ageless People
Tliis page u prepared in co-
ofwration irirri the Ortjter Mi-
ami Rabbinical Association.
Coordinator of jeatures ap-
pearing here is
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I spiritual leader of Beth Torah
j Congregation of North Miami
i Beach.
SJSJBJMMSJSJSJSSJ
By RABBI DAVID SHAPIRO
Temple SinaiHollywood
The author of the book Genesis,
presenting his philosophy of his-
tory, tells us that the ideal society
did not come into being with the
Garden of Eden,
nor even with
Noah, a right-
eous man who
might have been
the father of a
righteous people.
In this week's
portion, the
author presents
the idea of a
great people who
will be a light un-
to the nations.
This is the role
that the Jewish
people are to
play in history.
This week's portion presents the
story of Abram leaving his father's
house and becoming the father of
a great people.
'Now the Lord said unto Abram,
'Go thee out of thy country and
from thy kindred and from thy
father's house unto the land that
I will show thee. And I will make
of thee a great nation. And I will
(0
bless thee and make thj
great and be thou a li-
lt was Abram who. in the
wastes, read his peopl destiny
in the stars. It was Abram. '
first monotheist. who leti
the character of the Jew ish
Like the recurrent theme : *
great symphony, the i lea ol one
God of Holiness, in v hose s 'r:>
and in whose image man was
make the world holy Infuses trie
pages of our "Book of Books,
In Abram, later call. I Abraham,
wc find all the ideals, a. well **
frailties, of mankind. We find """
establishing the pattern "i i'lt
throughout the yea;- when
pleads with Lot. "Let
strife between me a: the<
tween my herdsman and
herdsman, because *< L
brethren."
We find in his Iwatmel
Hagar and Ishmael the '
Primitive society. He I M n ' feet man by any means, oui
Jewish hero is perfect Even Mosei p
sinned. We find Abraliam, nevei
theless, the father of >ur peoPie-
the author of the mission to wniu
Jews the world over and thrown
out history have been commiU*
by our faith and our father.


\
iday. October 21, 19SS
vJenisf fhriafibw
Page 13-A
Goldberg's Zionism Under Attack
Continued from Page 1.A
member! when the Bull report
Prior to Lore? Caradon's re-
quest and Thant's speedy re-
sponse, the Council was addres-
sed Tuesday afternoon by the
presentatives of six members,
>deluding Argentina, Japan,
China, the Netherlands, Bui-
(aria and Uruguay. All except
Bulgaria, a staunch member of
the Soviet bloc, approved of Is-
rael's action in bringing its com-
plaint against Syria to the Uni-
ted Nations, instead of taking
unilateral action in reprisal
against the El Fatah raids into
Israel. All but Bulgaria appeal-
ed to both Syria and Israel to
refrain from any actions that
might aggravate the present sit-
uation in their area. Bulgaria,
on the other hand, followed the
Soviet bloc's policy of directing
its fire against Israel, rather than
at Syria.
19 Praying Be tar Youths
Invade Syria UN Mission
Continued on Page 11-A
ard the achievement it that end.
::i a dramatic mow. Syrian Am-
b iisador George J. Tomeli lias ask-
r and received police protec-
both at home and on his dip-
natic rounds.
Card Party,
Open House For
Lions Eye Bank
Miami I.ions Auxiliary held
ird party on Thursday noon at
Miami Wo.nen's Club. 1737 N.
. >re Dr.. with pro<. e is going
the Floi ida Lions ;; Bank,
resident of the Miami Lions
try is Mrs. Phar 's Lester,
irtj chairman : Mrs. S. I..
ly-
open house was h I :it the
Lion- Eye Bank on Sun-
from 2 to 4 p.m., at the Bas
i Palmer Eye Institute, 1638
10th Ave.
Temple
Ner Tamid
7902 Carlyle Avenue
announces the beginning
FRIDAY EVENING
LATE SERVICES
Friday, Oct. 21st, at 8:15 p.m.
Rabbi Eugene labovifz
and
Cantor Edward Klein
Will Officiate together
with the Temple Choir
RABBI'S SERMON
will be the review of
"THE FIXER''
by Bernard Malamvi
Tomeh also charged U.S. Am-
bassador to the UN Arthur Gold-
berg with being a Zionist and in-
capable of regarding Middle East
policy objectively, or of project-
ing U.S. policy at the UN properly
Goldberg signed cha'. ges of tres-
passing, unlawful intrusion and dis-
orderly conduct against the youth-
ful Zionists, and apologized three
times on Friday to the Security
Council for their invasion of Syrian
quarters.
At the same time, he wonder-
ed whether the N "oughtto con-
ed whether the UN "otvjht to
consider the question of the sanc-
tity of diplomatic missions every-
where, to determine whether our
prompt action in this matter is
being reciprocated."
in response Saudi-Arabian1 del-
egate Jamil M. Baroody declared
that he will suggest to the General
Assembly budget committee funds
for considering proposals to move
the United Nations to Europe
preferably Switzerland Me de-
lared that New York is too crowded
and too expensive; while Negro
delegates staler racial slights, ho
noted, and diplomats generally are
hounded by pressure groups and
promoters."
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Three Arab speakers also ad-.
dressed the Council. They were |
Egypt's permanent representative
here. Ambassador Mohamed Awad ;
El-Kony. who was given a seat at I
the Council table at his request;
Syria's Ambassador George J.!
Tomeh; and Jamil M. Baroody. of,
Saudi Arabia.
Tomeh criticized Israel again, i
directed much of his fire at Is-'
rael's Foreign Minister, Abba Eban,,
who had presented Israel's case to
h Council when it opened the
current debate late last Friday
flight, and harshly attacked Am-
bassador Arthur J. Goioberg. head
of the United States delegation l
here. Goldberg's address to the I
Council last Friday night support-1
ed Israel's present case against
Syria vigorously. The Syrian said
Goldberg was motivated by the
fact that the American was him-
self a Zionist.
Exercising his right of reply.
Goldberg reiterated before the
Council that he always has been
a Zionist and is a Zionist now, and
said that his personal position as
a Zionist does not conflict in any
way with the position of the U.S.
Government toward the conflict in
the Middle East. He added thai the
United States supports the inde
pendtnee of all states in the area.
Dr. Fennel!
Appears Here
Dr. Frederick told the
Ladit s' Auxiliai ; if I e Greal
Miami Alumr.i I hr'cr of Alpha
mi gi I del tal (iety, to
up your mouth wide." And
Dr Ft nnell is no1
He discusse I an e\ ilution of the
the orchestra ; its instruments
when he spoke to the group on
li... Dr ;nnell is conductor
of the University of Miami stu-
dent symphony orchestra
The luncheon was held at the
home of the Dr. and Mrs. Paul
Richman, 13255 Biscayne lsle Ter,
.North Miami.
President of the auxiliary is Mrs.
Hymen Levine. and Mrs. Peter
Kubleman served as chairman of
the day.
and reminded the Council dele-
gates that the demarcation line
between Israel and Syria was "in-
ternationally recognized by the
United Nations."
Israel's Ambassador, Michael
S. Comay, delivered an add'ess
in which he expressed his Gov-
ernment's sense of "encourage-
ment" by the fact that many
Council members have, thus far,
agreed with the fact that Israel
brought its case to the Council
table. He riterated what Israel
considers the "essential ele-
ments" of his present grievance:
Syria's aid and encouragement
to the El Fatah terrorists, its re-
fusal to halt such actions, its con-
tinued threats of and incite-
ments to anti-Israeli violence,
and its violations of the United
Nations Charter and the provi-
lions of the Israel-Syrian armis-
tice ajreement of 1949, which
specifically forbids acts of viol-
ence or threats.
Comay insisted that the Council
is entitl < a forthright answer
from Syria, as demanded last Fri-
day night by E!>an. as to whether it
is willing to halt its violations of
the Cha I the armistice pact.
He denied categorically charges
that Israel is threatening the se-
curity of Syria or massing troops
on Syria's borders. He further up-
smbassador Nikolai
lorenko who has told the
il tii at Israel is massing
against Syria saying thai
.. was "totally devoid
also announced that he
:. that. on V>
! v I un te in
spections of both the Syrian and Is-
raeli borders, as previously re-
quested by Eban. to see whether
either side is massing troops on its
borders against its neighbor stat'i.
Fedorenko replied to Comay
with the same sharpness against I*
rael that he had employed in th
Council since it opened its current
debate last week. He said that bot-i
Eban and Comay were "pompous"
in their statements, charging that
actions "by certain circles in Israel
constantly refute" the statements
by the Israeli delegation here
and Comjcit
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+Jenisti ftoridHar
Friday, October 21. 1966
Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
Blood Libel Case
In Russia Revived
B1
lERNARD MALAMUND, the
noted novelist, has produced B
powerful novel based on the his
toric Beilis ease in Czarist Russia
about r,5 years ago. This was a
blood libel ease with charges
tramped up by anti-Semitic offi-
cials in Kiev against a Jew. Mendel
Beilis. who was later acquitted de-
Vpuo eiiorts by the Czarist Minister of Justice and
againsl the will of Czar Nicholas II, himself. The
case attracted worldwide attention and was con-
sidered a move in preparing pogroms against Jews.
Mi Malamud, in his novel, entitled "The Fixer,"
loes not attempt to give a true picture of Beilis
himse i but takes him as a prototype of a Jew ar-
rested and tortured by the Czarist police m the
nost inhuman manner. The name of the central
hero in Mr .Malamud's novel, who is supposed to
be Be .1- 1- Yakov Bok. a little man arrested for
a crime he did not commit The purpose of the
author 1- not only to show the barbarity of the
Russian anti-Semitic officialdom, but also the fear
for their lives under which Jews in Russia lived
The author succeeds in both, since the novel con-
eys 1:1 strong tones the brutalities Bok had under-
gone during his imprisonment even before he was
brought to trial and panicky feelings among the
Jews in Russia, Mr Malamud's book is confined
onl> to the pre-trial period: he doe- not convex
anything of what happened during the trial and
the atmosphere of Jewish and world anxielv that
prevailed while the trial was going on. This could
be a book in itself
Mi Malamud's novel coincides with the publica-
tion last month of a book on the Beilis trial by the
well-known writer. Maurice Samuel, under the title
Blood Accusation." which gives a much fuller pic-
ture of the Beilis case, including the trial Mr
Samuel's book, also a powerful narration, has the
advantage over Mr. Malamud's because it contains
the actual facts, the actual names of the plotters,
the general atmosphere around the Beilis case be-
fore and after the trial, and leaves no doubt as to
the authenticity of the facts.
Overseas Newsletter:
By ELIAHU SALPETER
i
1
Ben-Gurion's 80th
Jerusalem
THE YOUNGEST statesman and poli-
tician in Israel. David Ben-Gurion.
celebrated bis 801 h hirlhdav during the
Sukkoth holidays
The "Old Man' as he has been
called by mi'-t ol hi- admirer- for the
past 20 >( ars I been h\ ing since
his as Pi im< Minister a life
ol verj active semi-retirement at the Nege> settlement
Sde Boker. Before the spin between him and his
chosen Buccesor, Levi Eshkol, over the so-called 'Lavon
Aflair" and the consequent split in Mapai. the "retired"
Ben-Gurion still had the last word on many of the
important issues tann. Isra I A typical newspaper ear
toon showed Mr. Ben-Gurion in shepherd's costume tend
ing a flock of sheep and addressing a group of city poli-
ticians Standing respectfullj on the side: "I never mix
into politics these days, but I think that the Mi/.rachi
Party should get another seat in the Cabinet.")
After the split in Map'ai. Mr. Ben-Gurion devoted
most of his energies to organizing the dissident party
members into the Ifafi Party, and it was undoubtedly his
personal vote getting- power that obtained for this
party organized a few short weeks before the elec-
tions ten seats in the 120-member Knesset Mr Ben-
Gurion. as Number One on the Rafi list, is a member of
the Knesset, but he attends only some of the more im-
portant sessions. Nevertheless it is his unyielding cri-
ticism of his successor rather than anything said or
done by any other party leader that represents the
real opposition to Eshkol's government in Israel todav.
This may explain though not excuse the offficial
attitude toward celebrations of Ben-Gurion's 80th birth-
day. As if it was not Ben-Gurion's "blind" determination
to fight the British blockade trying to prevent the im-
migration of the survivors of the Nazi holocaust from
coming to Palestine: to organize and arm the Haganah:
to insist on demanding the adoption of the UN Parti-
tion Plan; and to declare the establishment of the Jewish
State despite Arab threats to destroy it stubborn-
ness which created the central building stones for the
establishment of Israel. And as if it were not Ben-Gurion
who shaped the Israel Army, ensured the overwhelming
primacy of Mapai in political life, set the integration
of immigrants into one nation as the vital task of the
present generation, agreed to the rule of Orthodoxy of
the religious life of the nation and took most of
the other vital decisions for better or for worse
which made Israel into what she is even today.
Yet. when the birthday approached, there was not the
slightest hint that any official recognition would be
made of the event. However, a number of admirers formed
an ad hoc committee and invited public figures from
all parties and walks of life to form a Celebration Com-
mittee of One Hundred and Twenty (for 120 years of long
life one traditionally wishes on a birthday). This did
Today's Thought: By PR. SAMUEL SILVER
Hypocritical Use of Pharisees
IT HAPPENED again the other
day. A public speaker, with a
fine heart, condemned something
as "pharisaic. He mean hypo-
critical.
Of course, we know that the
word, pharisaic. crept into the
English language as a synonym
for duplications, because that is
how it is pften used in the New testament.
But because the New Testment thus used the
word. Pharisees, doesn't mean that it is right,
Indeed, it is just the opposite, and one of
the measures which the Ecumenical Council in
Rome should have taken was to rectifj this miscon
ception.
The Pharisees were not at all as they are pic-
tured in the New Testament
"Pharisees" is a term only rarely used in He-
brew It- origin is obscurer Some Jewish writers
have yielded to New Testament aspersions and
have conceded that because the word stems fioni
a poible root meaning "to separate.' the Phari-
sees might have been aloof from others, scornful
of the common people, rigid and inflexible in
their thinking, clinging to the letter of "the Law
rather than to a more lenient interpretation ol il
This is erroneous. The Pharisee were the sagi
the Talmudists. "the rabbis," who interpreted
Bible and applied Scriptural ideas to newer situ.,
t ions.
They were gentle. They were lenient. They were
compassionate. They were unhypocritical. Thej
weie not rigid. They were tenderly lenient in most
of their interpretations.
Indeed, most of the utterances of gentli
in the New Testament stem from pharisaic originals
Even the comment about turning the other chei .
is pharisaic
II people actually dislike hypocrisy, they V
do well to go to their neaie-t rabbi or -
and discover the truth about the Pbaisee- Thes-
es have been maligned for centuries and tli,
deserve restitution, which ought to be fort I
ing already from Christian authorities, dictl
makers and onlj fractionally-informed Jews
As We Were Saying:
By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Is the Right to Dissent Endangered?
tthe national Council of Churches
' (Protestant) has openly, vigorously
and forthrightly called for cessation of
all bombing of North Viet Nam. A hun-
dred Roman Catholic priest- and laymen
have published an advertisement deplor-
ing United States participation in Viet
Nam. their action inspired in part by
the fact that the Vatican Council had
condemned the current arms race. Influeuuai cnuicu
papers like "Christianity and Crisis" and the "Christian
Century" have been highly critical of our Vietnamese
policy.
Washington was undoubtedly unhappy about all of
this: but not until a portion of the American Jewish
community publicly deplored action threatening expres-
sion of dissent did President Johnson start to brood out
loud about disquiet over the Viet Nam fighting in a
given religious sector of the country.
Why?
In the first place, the resolution that triggered the
recent rash of controversy leading to the shocking head
line. "Goldberg Mediating Jobn-on -Jewish Rift." was
not centered upon the lightness or wrongness of our
involvement in Viet Nam The resolution, originating
at the June sessions of the National Coiv.imuulv Rela-
tions Advisor) Council and eventuall) published in the
name ot seven national ami HI local Jewish community
relations bodies, dealt primarily with the need to pro-
tect 'he right of Americans to express 0 h>
ernmental policies without fear ol actions threaten-
that basic right
President Johnson should not have been displeased
with the resolution He himself had declared
ago: "Our fundamental eflort is to guarantee
dividual s lights not to giant them or dispensi them,
but to assure the individual that those rights which
inalienable shall not be abridged. In America
basic: for after all. this is what our country is all
But if the President or member- ol any vel
group critical of the Jewish statement have any doubts
that the right of dissent has been and continues to be
endangered, they might wish to take a second look at the
abuse visited upon dissenters in Iowa when the Pres-
ident spoke there in June, or in Indiana when Mr John
son discussed the Vietnam problem there in July.
In the light of these case histories and others, it i<
puzzling indeed to note that representatives of veteran-
groups question the existence of such unAmerican,
bullying behavior.
It is disturbing to note that an organization a
that the President made reference to its claim (of a
ish organization) that the resolution debated b> the
N't RAC "conveyed a distorted impression of Ann
policies connected with the Viet Nam war." (Jewish I
graphic Agency report of August 23. l!M>l>'
It is even more disturbing to have moldcr-
in America left with the impression, regardless 0
the press releases ol some ol the Jewish orgai
may set forth, thai tin- President seems to ho
that the American Jewish community has
to back him "" Viet N:im at a time when he 1- '
steps to aid Israel." There have been disclaimers
quoted view, of course but tin' efforts a; deli
' tUgh tune catching up with the 01:
release,
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Tirst Ladv of Israel Passes Awav
WERA WEIZMANN, who has just'
passed away, was the Martha
Washington, the first "first lady'
of the reborn Jewish State.
It is said that Washington met
the woman who became his \vift|
as the result of taking a boa
ride. Some people are afraid o
going on a boat, because they fea
they may fall in the river, but you can ai.-o tail in
love. Washington did not fall in love with anyone
on the boat but he met an old friend who asked
him down for dinner to his house. Washington,
first excused himself but when he was told that
the young widow Custis would bt there he changed
his mind, tl was true the young widow Custis was
very rich but Washington didn't mind. He wasn't
prejudiced
Weizmann met his wife differently. Both had
taken train rides to Switzerland. Switzerland is a
wonderful counrty. Other countries are always hav-
ing wars or revolutions. The Swiss people have
no time for such things. They spend their time
making watches to keep time; also they like to drill
holes in cheese. If they have any time left over,
they yodel.
Switzerland is inhabited by Italians. French and
Belgians and refugees from other countries. Switzer-
land was one of the places where a Jew could go
and stretch his weary bones and feel like a human
being Weizmann was a lecturer in chemistry at a
Swiss university and it was there that he patented
his first invention, something to do with dye stuffs
which he sold to the I.G. Farhen Company, which
was something like General Motors in ibis country
Dr. Weizmann thus contributed to making
many the industrial power she ultimate!) became,
which perhaps was not too good, for it heightened
the German arrogance. At the same time. \ era
was in Switzerland, studying medicine. There was
also in Geneva at the time a revolutionary circle
of which Lenin was the leader, although to the
world at large the name I-enin was yet unfaniiliai
The revolutionary group was very hostile to the
Zionist group and it is said Weizmann and Lenin
had their arguments.
Washington had simply the problem of fighting
for his country. Weizmann had to fight for a coun-
try that didn't even exist, and here let me hand
a bouquet to those people all over the world.
those poor anonymous Jews, who came to Zionist
meetings to listen to Weizmann and sing Hatikvah
Without them, laying the groundwork, there would
have been no Jew ish State.
Even during his honeymoon. Weizmann short
changed the attention to his bride. In his autobi
ography, he tells how one day he came home at five
in the morning with a bouquet of flowers and a
basket of peaches as a propitiatory offering, hi'1
his wife, he said, understood. His wife, Weizmann
wrote, "organized" things around him. relieving
him of the things which interfered with his major
problems.


Bay, October 21, 1966
* Jen 1st flcrSdHiciiri
Page 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
|the county judges court
in and for dade county,
florida. in probate
NO. 71459
|i:K: El h4e ..f
RBIS FARKA811
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
llti : and All I 'ersnns llav-
; .mils Against >;i Id
i
b' -ti iii'i' hereb) notified it in i re-
,| T.I |,fl S.lll ."ll\ I ill
i .. hit ii \ "ii may havi
lite 01 Mi 'KRIS PA UKASII de-
ls cd lati of Dad.- County, Florida,
.- County Judges of I 'ml' County,
i rile ill- name In dupllcaIv ind up
ni.l.il iii Section 733.10, Florida
, In their offlci In thi < 'nun-
Courthouse in Dude County, Flor-
ihln hIx eali ndar monthH from
. i.r ill,' lir.-i publication here-
or Hi' -....... 111 l"' barn d,
Ii>il ;ii Mttle Meek, N.Y., this isi
..I July, \.l'. I'nii''
(XI III i: MARK
.MI.WIi: PARK Wl
As Administratrix
publication ol this nutlet; on
1. : ; ii duj of i > tobi i. 1964,
iin I S. Smith
for Administratrix
nroln Rd., Miami Reach, Pla.
in 11-21-2S, ii i
N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 72410-A
I IK: Estat. of
Jl'STINK IV. CHALFIN,
i i caved,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
B-.. Ml Creditors and AM Persona
i tin Claims or Demands Against
Id Estate:
You in. hereby notified and re-
ilred in present ans claims and
niands which you ma) have ngainst
I .-i.i..... ,11'STINE \V. CHAI.FIN
-Mil late nf Dado County, Glor-
ia, the County Judges of Dade
inly, iiial Me the same in riupll*
i us provided in Section 7::::.iii.
irida Statutoa, In their offices In
Count) Courthouse In Dade
iniy. Plorlda, within six calendar
. mil-, from (he lime of the first
ii'i:i .iii'in ii......f, it the same will
barn d.
;n Mliiml, Florida, this 30th
,\ of S< picmber. A.D. 1906
SAMI'EL I" SAI'IRl i
as Admlnlati ator '.T. A.
First publication of Uhs notice on
i. 7ih day of kUohei. 1966.
V'ERK, KAPLAN & PORTER
i ii rne> s for Estate of
lustlne \v. Chalfln, Deceased.
n w First Street
lainl, Klc.i iii.-i
1" 7-11-2!-SS
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
|N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 72167
.' RK: Estate ..f
MCRRAY N.\|ii:i.l,
1 v. IS. ll.
i. All i-it dltors ami All Persons Hav-
i- Claims or Demands Against Said
Von are hereby notified and re-
nir. a |u present any claims and de-
liimis which you may have ugalnsl
le estate ..f MCRRAY NADELI. de-
al 'i late of 1 lade County, Ploi Ida,
the County Judges of Dadi Coun-
>'. .and file the same in duplicate and
- provided in Section 733.16, Florida
i .I'll.-.-, in their offices in the Coun-
Courthouse in ii.nl.- County, Plor-
J.i .within si.\ calendar months from
i. time of Hi.: firsi publication hen
i. ..r Hi.- sain,, will be barred.
tated at Miami. Florida, llii.s 11th
uy of October ,A.I>. 1966.
LILLIAN NADELL
As Executrix
First publication "f tills notice on
i nth day of October, 1966.
i npiro, Pried and Well, Bsqs.
itorneys for Executrix
7 Lincoln |(,|., Miami Beach, Fla.
i" 14-21-28, 11/1
N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 72467-C
^ RE: Estate ,,r
mii:i:ay NADELL
I I"'..,.-ill.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
HE STATE i.l FLORIDA:
" M.l. PERSONS INTERESTKD IN
Ml-: ESTATE ('I" said DECEDENT,
on are hereb) notified thai a writ-
n instrument purporting to be the
si will an,| i, siani. nt of said de-
dent has been admitted lo probate
. Kild '""urt. Von are hereby com-
Hi'i".i within six calendar months
"in the date of the first publication
I 'liK untie. I,, appeal- in saiil Court
ml show cause, if any you can, why
action nt said Court in admitting
I'd will to probate should not stand
"revoked.
UBOROE T. CLARK
County .indue
By: SUE p. wakhlaw
Clerk
inst publication of this notice on
' I nil day of i iciol.er. 1966.
hapiro. Fried and Well, Baqa.
uorii-ys i, r Executrix
i Lincoln Road
i ami Beach, Florida 33139
_^_______ 10/14-21-28. 11/4
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 72466
RE: Estate. f
CHARLES. CHAKCOWSKY
I i.'c.-ascd.
All creditors and All PtlWIM Hav-
.' claims or Ocmunda Against Said
Kate:
Vou are hereby notified and ro-
und to present ans claims and de-
mos which you may have against
estate of CHARLES charcOW-
i deceased lute of fade County,
"Ida, to the County Judges of Dade
"ity, and file the same in ,ln|.li-
inil as provided In ReoMnfl fn.M,
rlda Statutes, In their offices in
< punty Courthouse In DadeOmnt).
Tula, within Nix .i, lendm mmnli-
' the time of the first publication
|f. or Ihe ssme tcill he hsn-efl
'' in Miami, Florida, this 6th
ol | October, A.D. 1966.
\ IOLA HHARCOWBKY
As Executrix
vst publication of this notice on
nth da: "f October, 1966.
Mi", hni.-.l and Weil. Baqa,
for Bxecutrlx
-mcoln ltd., Miami Beaoh, Fla.
10/14-21-28, 11/4
r WiWGfiiW BY HENRY LEON^kT
I WHY RA3BB SET 6REY AT THE TEMLHl^
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 66C10277
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
PRANK I'LilltlO.
Plaintiff,
Vs.
JEAN FLORIO,
I lefendant.
TO: JEAN FLORIO
>r.l North Clark
Chicago, lllln,.l~
You, JEAN FIAIRIO, are hereby
not,ii...i thai a Hill of Colllplalnl for
Divorce has been filed agalnai you,
ami you are required lo serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Itill of Complainl on (he Plaintiff's
attorney. RICHMOND FAHL'Elt,
sun Biscayne Boulevard, Miami.
Florida 3S1SI and file Hi.....Iitlnal
Answer or Pleading In (he office of
the clerk of Ihe Circuit Coun on 'r
before Ihe Isi da) t November, !':.i.
it you fall to do so, judgment bj de-
fault "ill be taken against you for
the 1.1i.-T demanded In the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall I-- publlahed once
each week for foui.....nsecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH I i.< >i:ii >l.\N.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this L'6th day of September.
A.D. 1966.
K B. LEATHERMAN, clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, l-'lorida
(Seal) By: ''. P. COPBLAND
Deputy Cl.rk
RICHMOND & FARBER
8101 Biscayne Houhuard. Suite 400
Miami. Florida 33138
9'3I> 10/7-14-21
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY (1IVEN thai
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engagi
in business under Ihe fictitious name
of COLLECTRONICS, at 7306 Bis-
..i>iie Boulevard, Miami, Florida
33I3K, iin.mis t.. realster said name
with the Clerk of Ihe Circuit L'oui'l
..I l :.l. County, Florida
INTERNATIIINAL B< IK
I'dlll'i IRATU iN,
Soli Owner
1" T-ll-'.'l-L'S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKKKLY UIVEN tliiit
I Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
.1 VENETIAN ARMK APARTMENTS
ill 1014-1098 Venetian Way, Miami.
I lorida. Intends to register saiil name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
.a Dade County, Florida.
.1. ALLEN MCHI'K, Trust"
MYERS, KAI'I.XN & PORTER
\it..i in j for Vppllcant
1130 S.W. l si i eet
Miami, Florldu
in 7-14-21-28
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C10179
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
JKSI ~ \. Li IRENZl I
I'lli lilt iff
\s.
i:i.\ CLARA E8TEVEZ de
L"l!i:.NZi i.
Di-fi n.I.ml.
To: EL \ CLARA ESTEVEZ
le I.i IKENZI '
:7". Ilroomc Street
Apt. No. I
\. .. > ork, N. w V"i'k
YOC \l:i: HEREBY .....Ified lhal
a '" i.i.i.nut for i livon e has been
filed agalllHI >on. ami >oU ai. Ill
reiiulred lo servi a. copy ol yo
swer to (he i 'ompminl "ii the Plain-
tiffs attornej, LESTER 1(1 SILKS,
n hosi nddn ...... N W. 1 lib Sin et,
Miami, Florida, and file the oi giniii
of Ho- Answer III Ihe office "i the
Clerk of the Eleventh Judicial i
in and for Dade County, Florida, on
or i fore the Is) da> of Novcinbi i.
1966, in default of which the Com-
plaint w ill be taken as i onfessi il bj
you.
HATED this I'-'ml das
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
Jew/*!? ffhriidlii^r
solicits your legal notice*?.
Wo appreciate youi
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial I'll 3-4GM
lor messenger sen Ice
LEGAL NOTICE
1966
B. B I.I-: \THERM \N
Clerk of tin in on Court
Bj i\ P, i'i IPELANII
:i .hi in T-i I-:'I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
tin undersigned, desiring to encase
in business under the fictitious name
of 1' fc B SALES, IMPORT-EXPORT
at P.O. Box 617, Miami, Florida,
3:11.16, intends to register said name
with Hi. Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
ADA I. KEMP
Bole i rwner
M VRSHALL Ii. PISHKR
Attornej for Applicant
722 S.W ru Street
K. n.liill. Plorlda 33156
L';i -S082
8/30 I" 7-ll-L'l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 72292-B
IN RE: Estate "i
CLARA KTIIKI. Jl IKI IAN
I ceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i. .iii..is and All r. isoiiK Ha\ -
inu Calms or i.....iin.is Against Said
L.-I.ii. :
Vou at-.- hereby notified and re-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
In RE: Estate of
'" '' i '"I.K.XI A N IIAKKV STCRMAN,
I Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona
HavInK '*:.tinis or Demands Agal I
.-'..iii Eatate:
Vou are hereby notified and re-
I quired t" present any claims a id
ii'-n......Is which \"U may have against
the estate of COLEMAN HARRY
STl'RMAN, deceased late of I is
County, Plorlda, to the County Judaea
of Dade County, and tile the same
in duplicate and as provided in Sec-
tion 733.16, Plorlda Statutes, In their
offices in the County Courthouse n
I Mil. i 'ountj I'i.....la, ii hln -i\
I'l.ir months ft..in iin- tin.....f the
first publication hereof, or the buiiih
will I,.- bailed.
Dated al Miami, Plorlda tins :"-ih
da) of September, A.D. IMC
JOSEPH MORRIS STl'RM \N
Is Administrator
l'"ir-i publication of this notlct
Hi. ;tli dnj "i October, IM6.
i SMITH ,v MAM ILER
' Bj ; IIERN.MU) S MANDLER
1 Attorni j I'-.i Administrator
107 I.ni' "in Itoad, M. Bi li.
I" t-i i 2 :8
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO APPLY FOR
CHANGE OF NAME
CHANCERY NO. 66C 9836
To Whom It Mti) Concern:
Notice is h.i'elA given that tin Iin-
| quired i" present anj claims and de- derslii..... pel Hone s, 1.1:1: Po M v
iliumIs which you ma) have against and Sl'N HONO VIP. intllvldually and
the estate ci.aka i:tiii:i. JOR- on behalf ..t JOAQL'IN LEE and
I' \ N deceased late of Dade County, TAN1A LEE, Minors, whose address
Plorlda ,to the Count) Judges of Dade i- 1680 S.W. ITih Avenue, in tin City
County, and file the sain.- In duplicate "' Miami, Dade t'ounty, Plorlda, ri
and as provided In Section T.;:;.i.:, tend i" nppt) i" the Honoralde
Ploridu Statutes, in their offices In J'"ies l.ni. n.r King, Judge of the
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C0288
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
[DELL EAST,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MACK KINLEY EAST,
Defendant.
TO: mack KlNl.KY BAST
.el Hoeltzer Btrei t
Rochester, New York
Yon, MACK KlNl.KY EAST, .'no
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has I.....n fll>d
agalnai you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead
Iiik to the Hill "f Complaint on the
plaintiff's Attorney, PAI'L K.WIT-
NKY. IJii Lincoln Itoad, Miami Beach,
Plorlda. and file the original Answer
ni- Pleading In the office of the clerk
of the Circuit Court on "i before the
2nd day "f November, 1966. If you
tail io ,io bo, judgment by default
win in taken against you for thi >
lief demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published onee
eiich week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
DONH AN'H ORDERED at Miami.
Klorldn. this Mth riav of September,
A.D. I Mil.
K. B. LKATHKItMAN, Clerk,
circuit Court, Dad* County, Plorlda
(Seel) By: l bNTOEDEN
I testify Clerk
PACLKWITNKY
Attorney for Plaintiff
4H0 Lincoln Itoad
Miami Beaebi Plorida
<>M 10/7-11-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVUN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
in business under the fictitious name
of SLACKS UNI.IMITKI) OP MIAMI
at lith n..or Mercantile Hank Build-
int, 4!0 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach,
BTa, intends to register said naiu.
with the clerk of th. Circuit Court of
Dado County, Kku'ida.
CHIKK W. AHItAMS isole owner)
PAI1I* LANDY AND ROBINSON
Attorneys for Claire W. Abraina
9/:iu 10/7-11-21
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
(he undersigned, desiring to engage
In buninexs under Ihe liciltioiis name
of CHANIN MOTEL APT8., al :'::;-
Zlst Sti-eet, Miami Heti'h. Klorldn.
int.mis to register said name wiiti
the ci.rk of the circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
CUPP-DREW, INC
By: HARRY CHANIN
President
KOTOKI1, MANNHKI.MKK &
OAEENPIELD
Attorneys for Cliff-Drew, Inc.
t/30 10/7-11-21
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 68161-B
in RE: Ratate of
ABRAHAM OR1EPER
Deci ased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO MAKE APPLICATION
FOR DISTRIBUTION AND
FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereb) given that 1 have
fib d my limit RciKirt and Petition for
Distribution and Final Discharge .is
Executor "f tin estate f a Bit ah am
ORIEPER, deceased: and that on
the t8th day of October, 166, will
ippiy io the Honorable County Judges
of I>ade County, i-'loridii. for approval
of said Final Report and for distribu-
tion and final discharge as Executor
of the estate of the above-named
decedent. This _6th day of September,
1966.
HENRY NORTON, Bxecutor
HENRY NORTON
I Attorney
I i in.. Blsca) a. liuilding
1 Miami, Florida
!> ^0 I0/7-M-21
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66CtO?78
SUIT FOR ANNULMENT
I VEH V V I.AKICTS Rllll.i IN.
Plaintiff,
I WILLIAM P. RIDLON,
I'i fcndalit.
! T<: WILLIAM P. RIDLON
8915 Pine tlrove
' 'liie.i.;.,. Illinois
Yoh, WILLIAM P. RIDLON, are
hen h) notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Annulment has been filed
against you. and you are required to
i\. a op) of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the inn of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney. RICH.MONO K
PARBBTt, Mm Biscayne Boulevard,
- |ti I'"'. Miami. Florida ::.:::iS and
file iii. original Answer or Pleading
n the office of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court on or before the 1st day
of November, IMC If you fail to do
so, Judgni. nt by default will be taken
i vou f'>r the relief demanded
in the liill of Complaint.
This notice shall ho, published once
cadi week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH I'l.i >K11 >lAN.
Done AND ORDERED at Mliiml,
Florida, this L'lJth day of September,
A T>. 1W6.
i: it Li: a ill Kit.man, Clark,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(Seal) By: C P. COl'KLA.N 1)
Deputy clerk
RICHMOND A. FARMER
8J0] Biscayne lloulevurd. Suite 400
Miami, Florida WIN
_________ '' SO 10/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
ill.- uiiiicrsiuncd. desaring to engage
ii, business under the flotltlous name
.a PVM WEE i:.\R. at L'Tll N.K. Ind
Avenue, Miami, Plorlda, Intends to
register nld nnme with th. Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dad,. County,
Florida
ALAN 0. HUCKLEBERRY
Sole I l\\ Her
KESPLER, MASSI'.Y Ai
BECKERMAN
Attorneys for Applicant
4^'i Bllbnore \V;iy
Coral Cables, Florida
9/30 10/7-14-21
ihe Count) Court!.....se in Dad. Coun- Eleventh Judicial Circuit, in and I i
1), Florida, within six calendar months l*ade t'ounty, at his office in ihe
rrom ill. i...... of th rirsl publication Count) Court House, nt 2:t)0 o'clock
hereof, or the same will be barred P.M., on the lath da) of November,
Dated at Miami. Florida tins l.'tli 1066, or ns r.....i thereafter as they
da) "i October, A.D, 1966 '"'> '" heard, for "i order changing
UEOR4JK H JORDAN their names from LEE I'i' ,\IIN and
As Administrator vl1' C.\'tl PtlNO, JOAQl'LN LEW
Henry Norton "i11 TANIA LEE, i" JOAQL'LN Li i-:
A.....lie) for Administrator ""' sl -v PONG LEE, JOAQL'IN LEE
ii".: Biscayne Building TANIA LEE, to be legull) consil-
l" 14-21-28, II i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
Kendall Towers at viTu s.\v. Mth
Terrace, Miami int.mis to register ,
aid nain, with the clerk of the Clr- "Sltera, Moort ,v ostanso
luted, b) which name they Shall
i hel' i iii r be Known.
Dated .it Miami, Florida, (his ''ill
da) of i ii ni" r, A.I i. 1966.
LEE PO M1N and YIP SL'NO PONU,
Individually
and on behalf of the Minors,
.n '\'.H IN LEE iin.I TANIA LEE
Petitioners
cult Court of Dade County, Florida.
EVAN i ULSTER
10/14-21-28, n l
Attorne) Arthur D. Deckelman
1008 Vinsle) Itiillding
Miami, Plorlda 8S1S3
1" 14-21-28, 11 4
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 72352 B
In RE: Estate of
II iRRY BL'CHBERa
Deceit si d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Persons
Having claims
Said Estal
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 72226 B
In RE: Estate of
JAMES E. HAWKINS
I '... .is. ll.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
r Demands Against To Ml Creditors and All Pert
'laving Claims or Demands Against
Y..U are hereby notified and re- Said Estate:
quired to present an) claims and Vou are hereby notified and re-
demands which you may have against quired to present an) claim* i
ill., estate of HARRY BL'CHBERO, demands which you may havi ...
.I.e.-ased Lit. of Dade County, Flor- thi estute of JAMES B. HAWKINS,
ida. to th. County Judges of Dud.' deceased late of Dade County, Fl..i-
County, and file the same In duplicate Ida, i" the Count) Judges of Dade
.mil .is .....vlded In Section 733.16, County, and file the same In duplicate
Florida Statutes, In (heir offices In and as provided In Section 733
the Count) Courthouse In Dade Coun- Florida Statutes, in their offices in
iv, Plorlda, within -i\ calendai the Count) Courthouse In Dade Coun-
months front the tin.....f the first ty, Plorlda, within six calendar
publication hereof, or the same will months from the lime of the first
l. barred. Jiubllratlon hereof, or the sain.- will
Dated at .Miami, Florida, this 27th '" barred,
da) "i September, \ D. 1966. Dated at Miami, Plorlda, this poll
ski.ma i:i en i'.kri ; day of September. A.D. 1966.
As Exei utrix DANIEL :. SATIN
Fir-t publication of this notice on -x* Executor
the 7th dav of October, 1966. PIrst publication of this notlci a
TALIANOFP, WALLER ,v BROWN the i"th Da) of September, 1966
Attorney for Selmn Buchberg, DANIEL O. SATIN
Executrix \ttorn) for Executor
420 Lincoln Road.
Miami Beach, Florida
1" 7-14-21-28
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIOA, IN PROBATE
No. 71083 A
III RE: Cstai' of
LENA UAROP8KY
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having claims or Demands Against
Sjiid Estate:
You are Hereby notified and re-
quired io present any claims and
demands which you may have agslnsl
the estate of l-ENA OAROntKY
geneaaed late "f Dade county. Flor-
ida, to the county Judges of Dade
County, and file ihe sa..... iii dupli-
cate and as provided In Section
733.16, Florida Statutes, In their at-
ri.-. in the County Courthouse in
Bade County, Plorlda, within si\ cal-
ndar months from the time ol ih
1131 dill' I 10 7-14 :'t
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring; t<> engage
in business under thi fictitious name
of THE LEO I (JOLDMAN GRAPHIC!
arts STUDIO, :it L'i'.'.r. s.w. 26th
Avenue, Miami 33, Florida, int. nda
to register said name with the Cl.rk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
DOROTHY c. GOLDMAN
Sole Owner
HAROLD .1 COHEN
Attorney for Applicant
2761 c.nal Was
Miami (5, Florida
1'3e 10/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring) to engage
first publication hereof, or the same! in business under the fictitious name
will be hailed.
of RONEY JEWELERS, al 2301 Col-
Dated ai Miami. Flo-ldn. this Ith lins vvehue, Miami Reach. Plorlda,
day of October, A.D. 1966. Intends to register said name with
OEORilK SCHNEIDER Clers of the Circuit Court of D...i
CLARENCE SCHNEIDER County, Florida,
U Executors SIEUMI'NIVS JEWEIJERS, INC..
Fust publication of this notice on a Plorlda Corporation
Hi. 7th day of October, 1966. m\kn PARBER
HENRY NORTON t for Applicant
Attorney for Executors 1012 Vlnslej Duilding
1406 Biscayne Uuiiding Miami, Plorida
10,7-14-21-281 10, 7-14-21 2


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We're agin it.
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Sure, B.F.Goodrich dealers can expound
on cord angles, high-hysteresis rubber compounds
and kerf depths.
Mostly though, they give you straight talk on finding
the right tire for your kind of driving.
And they've got a pocket-size device to aid
their eloquence: the BFG Tire Value Calculator.
You tell it how much you drive... where and when...
how fast. Then it tells you which tough BFG tire will suit you
best, cost you least. (Maybe as little as $10.95.)
We figure you're interested in what a tire
will do for you. Not in how it does it.
That's straight talkthe kind of language you can
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Mis. Irving Cowan (far right) entertains at a PTA membership
luncheon for Temple Emanu-El at her home in Hollywood.
With Mrs. Cowan are (left to right) Mrs. Harold J. Brooks, PTA
president, Mrs. Irving Lehrman and Mrs. Samuel Friedland.
Mrs. Cowan Entertains
For Emanu-El PTA Ladies
Mrs. Irving Cowan entertained
liner 100 women at her home in
Hollywood at a Temple Emanu-El
|]'!'A membership luncheon.
Decorations included huge red,
white and blue paper poppies and
an authentic rickshaw, perched on
tin- edge of the pool, which was
lladen with flowers.
Some of the many guests on
Ikmd were Dr. and Mrs. Irving
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Miami, Florida, Friday, October 21, 1966
Section B
Lehrman, Mrs. Harold .1. Brooks.
PTA president. Mrs Alan Ziffer.
membership vice president, and
Mrs. Leonard Abramson. president
of the Sisterhood.
Mrs. Cowan chos,. a bright yel-
low outfit with a low slung belt on
the occasion. Her mother. Mrs.
Samuel Friedland, wore navy blue
The lunch was catered by the
Diplomat, where Mrs. Cowan's hus-
band. Irving, is president.
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Liveliest lady at the party for
Mrs. Martha Gill, who marked
her 90th birthday on Oct. 10. was
the guest of honor herself .
Cocktail party and buffet supper
for the nonagenarian hosted by
daughter, Mrs. Florence Karnel.
in her Alton Rd. home Join-
in;! the celebration for Mrs. Gill,
daughter Josephine (Mrs. Jack)
Cooperman, who jetted in from
Brooklyn, and son Al Gil and
wife Dot, of Miami Beach .
Others among the more than 50
guests at the gathering were
cousins Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ab-
bott, of Coconut Grove, Dr. and
Mrs. Bernard Fogel, Mr. and Mrs.
Morty Abramson. Mrs. Florence
Kunperman. Mr. and Mrs. Law-
rence Preiss, Mr. and Mrs. Mich-
ael Brenner, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Grossman, Mrs. Bert Jacobson,
Mrs. Gertrude Gamsa. Mr. and
Mrs. Ferdinand Katz. Fred Por-
ters. Mr. and Mrs. VVally Stein-
berg, Miss Marilyn Habit/, and
Mrs. David Marder.
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Attorney Harry Zukernick and
his Sue have just returned from
a nine-week vacation which ran-
ged across the country and back
. First third of the holiday
was spent in Mexico, where Harry
headed a group of Florida law-
yers The legal-eagles met
with members of the Mexican
Bar Association, visited courts
where they were able to chat
with the Chief Justice of the
Supreme Court and other judges,
and were feted along the way at
luncheons and receptions plan-
ned for them Then the Ztl-
kernicks spent three weeks with
son Michael and his wife, who
live in San Francisco, where the
junior Zukernick is with the Re-
gional Counsel's office of Inter-
nal Revenue Jetting across
the U.S.. the peripetatic couple
spent the last part of their holi-
day in New York's Gotham Town,
where they caught up with some
long-time friends, and viewed
some of Broadway's best.
*
Lynn, wife of State Rep. Louis
Wolfson. and sister-in-law
Frankie. wife of Dr. Philip Samet,
just home from a few days in
Manhattan where the theatre was
the main center of their atten-
tion .
Other vacationers settling back
into the family home Terry
(Mrs. Ed) Newman and daughter
Lisa, who spent an extensive holi-
day in Canada with her 1
. Daddy is relieved that there
will lie no more weekend fl
for him for a while and delighted
to have his family together
again ...
Oct. 22 is the day Belle and
Joseph .1. Bermann will be cele-
brating their 34th wedding anni-
versary Originally from New
Jersey, the couple liked what
they saw here while honeymoon-
ing, so just stayed on Now
have two daughters and three
grandsons Roberta and hus-
band. Dr. Sidney Indgin, are liv-
Continued on Page 3-B
ANNIVERSARY SALE!
bigger values bigger selections bigger savings!
This is it! The big one! Burdine's big Anniversary sale!
Six stores full of bargains. Departments-full! Everything
you want and need right now! In your size, your color,
your style! For every room in your home! For holiday
giftsl Shop it today and often!
NEW STORE HOURS DURING ANNIVERSARY:
MONDAYS THROUGH SATURDAYS: 9:3Q 'till 9:30
3 CONVENIENT PAYMENT PLANS
Regular 30 day charge account!
ABC Adjustable Burdine's Credit Plan
Household Club account
anniversary bonus: no down payment on
a 3-payment plan for furniture, bedding,
m.iior appliances, rugs.



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|ebrew Academy Women officers and board
directors are installed at a meeting at the
litz Plaza Hotel, with Rabbi Alexander S.
Jross, principal of the Academy, as installing
fficer. Standing (left to right) are Mesdames
^ue Hermon, corresponding secretary, chair-
lan; Matthew G. Ettinger, vice president; S.
)uis Schwartz, vice president; Carl Brandos,
responding secretary; Saul Breeh, regis-
tar; Charles Simon, vice president; Abraham
phapiro, treasurer; Joseph Rackovsky, hon-
orary life treasurer; Jacob D. Katz, recording
secretary; Al Osheroff, corresponding secre-
tary; Sam Shapiro, social secretary. Seated
(left to right) are Mesdames Morton Lieber-
man, vice president; Leonard Rosen, chair-
man of the board; Samuel Rosner, president;
M. H. Rosenhouse, honorary president; Joseph
Shapiro, honorary life president; Julius Rosen-
stein, vice president; and Samuel Reinhard,
honorary life vice president.
cictlite ... by \Jsabel C^
Continued on P19* 2-B
^g in Augsburg. Germany, where
captain is stationed, and are
i rents of Michael 2 Steven
and David 2. belong to other
iughter Toby and spouse Ar-
)ld Rosenthal.
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Long list of out-of town guests
[JCong. Planning
IN Program
pre. Irving Westin. program vice
sident. Justine Chapter, Amer-
Jewish Congress, announces
It a meeting on Thursday. Oct.
1 p.m., at the Community Audi-
m of Washington Federal Sav-
and Loan Association. 1133
Jrniandy Dr.. will feature Joel P.
ivinan, past president. Miami
>ch Chapter. United Nations As-
iation.
(ewman will speak on "The Fu-
of the UN Bleak or Promis-
llostesscs will be Mrs. Man-
Cahn Mi-'. Benjamin Mandell
Mrs. Joseph Shawmut.
Mrs Benjamin Zeigmund. chair-
\n of the Commission on Inter-
Iwnal Affair;-, will give a report
American Jewish Congress ac-
Itv relating to Austrian anti-Sem-
Itn, Membership chairman,
r> Maurice Cahn. will welcome
y. members.
Mrs. Harold Druker. fund-rais-
vici president, will report on
recent theatre party featuring
hare of Lightning Day of
inns."
here for the Saturday Bar Mitz-
vah and Fontainebleau dinner
dance which will honor Jefferson
David, son of Dr. and Mrs. Mor-
ton B. Morgan, 4301 Nautilus Dr..
and grandson of Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Morgan From the State
of New York, Dr. and Mrs. Ber-
nard Hoffman, of Buffalo; Mr.
leacoast Towers
>rms New Club
Seacoast Towers has organized
Jridge Club, and opening session
ks attended by 36 residents of the
tt'lh and South Buildings.
|The club, under the chairman-
lip of Manny Fass and Mrs. Ben
Jen, will meet every Thursday
kning to play duplicate bridge.
!<:(: the supervision of Arnold
Irlstein, Bridge Club director.
[Winners of the first night'-" play
fe Dr. and Mrs. A. Greenspan,
and Mrs. Phil Lipson. Sam
Minsky and Philip Mann. Mrs.
Friedman and Ai Grobstein,
rs. P. Salzman and Mrs. Bertha
nnenbaum, Mr. and Mrs. Ben
ssen.
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Under Rabbinical Supervision
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WEDDINGS PARTIES
Specializing in Home Catering
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'21* NOHMANPT PMVfc, M.B
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and Mrs. A. D. Schreiber, Man
hattan; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stein-
berg, Forest Hills; and Mr. and
Mrs. Norman Rubenstein .
Winging in from Detroit, Mrs.
Fred George, Dr. and Mrs. Rob-
ert J. Croner, and from Memphis,
Dr. and Mrs. Edmund S. Utkov.
There will never be enough
great dining places.
inn of the
Doubloon
In an atmosphere as
elegant as it is unique
you will enjoy a rare
blend of superb food
and superlative service.
Steaks and chops broiled
to the fine point of
perfection. Fish and
seafood to satisfylhe
most knowing gourmet.
A treasure in wines ...
cocktails served hearty-
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for dining adventure.
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For reservations(lunch
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Kinneret Chapter Has Annual Party
Kinneret Chapter. Mizrachi
Women's Organization of America, i
will hold its annual membership
party on Wednesday at Temple Za-
mora.
Mrs. Issie Ram, vice president.
chairman of the affair, announces
that the theme of the evening will
be "Getting to Know You."
A playlet written and directed
by Mrs. Esta Karpell will be pre-
sented.
Appearing will be Mesdames Ir- j
ving Schwartz, narrator. Bernard
Gelbert, Issie Ram, Morris Sokol,
Joseph Sussman, Leo Oster, Eliza- j
beth Pearl, Sylvia Travis, Marion
Jacobson and Mildred Dardick.
Mrs. Alfred Stone, Florida co-
ordinator, will present a "Certifi-
cate of Appreciation" to Mrs. Paul
Silber, president of Sisterhood of
New American Social Club, for pro-
viding a scholarship to a Mizrachi I
child in Israel. Also being honored
Is Mrs. Chaim Corndorf for help
in obtaining the scholarship.
Special tribute will be paid to
Mrs. Bessie Geltner and Miss Sara!
Mae Geltner for "devotion to Miz- j
rachi and the Jewish National j
Fund."
Committee members are Mrs,
Joseph Sussman and Mrs. M irr s
Sokal Mrs, Bernard Gelbert is
president of Kinneret Chapter.
Rabbi Krenish,
AJCom. Director
Due at Reception
Rabbi I.eon Kronish and Me;. ,;
Bass will be among guests at x
reception by Mr. and Mrs. Abra-
ham Rovinsky at their home. 35-1
W. 47th St., Miami Beach, on Sat-
urday. Nov. 5. from 4 to 6 p.m.
The reception is being sponsored
by the Greater Miami Council for
Vocational and Medical Service.*
in Israel, and will serve as the
launching of the Greater Miami
"Amal" Technical High School in
Ramleh, Israel.
Rabbi Kronish, spiritual leader
of Temple Beth Sholom, is alsi>
honorary chairman of the Israel
Histadrut Committee of Greater
Miami.
Bass is executive director of tha
Greater Miami Chapter of thr
American Jewish Committee.

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rea estate arid also iarten politics. since he was
'. Magistrate in New Jersey So Alau learned the
rea estate ha near and found it fascina'ms. She also
had a.-, oaflet tor r,e pyenotozy 'he had taken in school
Their -'jg, IfmM who u now an attorr.ey. lires ir. Baa
Calif., with hi- wife Shirt*-, and children. Dana Ten
and Debh:*
;r. IMS, the Teaer.bwu.-r..- mowed! to Miami Beach, where
the opened an office They liked the climate, and Alma
had decided to stay out of the office and be a lady of
re a eolf-piayin* one But "the best-laid p!
a the Scotch poe; said, and Alma's husband died. So
Air:,a <*id go into the office to work and ha* been work-
in ce
O;: ',-. Alma gave up painting, and
: sen* back to H She feel- that fl ha- been too
but she does keep up with her golf m one of
the charter i of the ba.. -.-.
meaaher of the Miami Women Ij
the Women's Council of the Florida A
of Realton and the '.ate president in 1960. having to
a the state, visiting the efaa) Ida
Outride of this, her traveling is limited going to
California once I year to isit her -on and his family
There i- alway- a spot job to do collecting for trie
L'ni ed 1 md and being or. the Home Show Committee for
the Remit) Board, among others Alma ii rery BethodicaL
read- ali of the newspapers, periodical- and rra^i
to her trade She TV far. but
like a good game of gin every once in a while
If the -hir.k, 'he has been busy up to now, her work i<
tinj hen, on Dec. 31 Alma will be installed a- fir^t
A an president in the history of 'he Miami Beach Board
of Realtors.
Bly+he Acker Now
Mrs. Kirsner
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graduate of Ml Ranft mm Jr
lege. -here *he was elected tc
jr.emeer*hip in Phi Tbeta Kappa.
junior oaBega honor -oc-
F.or.ia S'.a-.e Cat-
rersity ;be is majoring in
welfare
Her fiar.ee :s the sou of Mrs.
Charles Scherer and tfce tale Mr
Scherer A student at the L'niver-
-v.y of Miam!. he is treaurer of
Pi Kappa Alpha, social fraternity.
and majoring in accounting
Following the wedding or. Dec
Tampa the couple p!an to
live m Miami
Free Loan Will
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Beach Hadassah Groups to Meet
MAKE YOUR WEDDING, BAH M/TZVA, ANY FUNCTION
"THE TALK OF THE TOWN" with
IRVING PIETRACK ORCHESTRA
NO JOB TOO SMALl J| 8-0204
"ICh Wvtliliini Timer
FLOWERS
BLOSSOM SHOP
MtriiKiilt NafiMol Sox it Bmil4imfi
1616 Washington Ave., Miami Beach CALL JE 2-3231
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Beach Ha-!a-.sah groups
I are scheduled to view a f:irr atl
a hn and hold a social and
gai nexl week.
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eeting.
Kerxl Group of i:
A Simple Case a new film on
.day. Oct 24
Brunei sril 6e served at 11 30
am at the Algiers Hotel Mrs Mil-
ton Weinberg is president
.
Shalom Chapter of Halas-^
he^- <-an Feorman. who will
speak or. Founders Day and the
Medical Center sponsored by li..
. sah in Israel. The luncheon heghn
at noon. Oct 24. in the AlgWs
Hotel.
Joel Newman, attorney, will al"0
discusa the United Nation- A
question and answer period will
follow Chapter president i> Mrs.
Michael Femstein.
.
The annual social and ame
: of the Stephea Wise Group
will take place on Saturday. Oct.
29. at the .Morton Towers Restau-
rant. 1300 Bay Rd.
WANTED
JEWISH WOMAN
TO CARE F0 ElDtair MAN
PART TIME Coll UN 5-5295
efter 7 p.m.
COOK
WANTED
IT ElOIttT COOPIE
Jewirii Ark Style
No Ho.sew.rk. S3S-7SI1
Proceeds will go for a >i
.-hip fund to help support B
I-rae'.i education program In
- Mrs Ber.-
iarrnn Roch^arg. chan*man.
Estate Course
At Miami-Dade
A ten-week erer.inc e-irs< it
- i.-.d E*ta:e Fiai : is b
laf eemducted th> fal
Dade Janior College Nft
Campu* in-structed K^ Miami a'-
torney Sanford S F
two-hour rtor-mr I
ipefl to all rUiistra-*-
CmtJfBd] BB tta -. -- '? "
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per use :
docti estate ;
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Storage
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Miami Beach
JE 8-6104
OHM 7 AM. 7 9M. J.m D.y Service Nrrer A* fvfre Oe/f*
Bee Burger 4
MAYBtmm wtamm j|
F.r Canplet* RebiHlia, lestortef *
of Fleytrpiaeet, Wirlnli^i1, Or- \
teas, etc. Awy eae, mokt, cewdRiee *
Parts end teaer tnfiihi< 4
Call 757-7761 (24-hr. Service) 1
Little Tom Ehrlich 6. gets a preview peek at a HalIW^e
party to be presented at Variety Children's Hospital by
Suburban League on Oct. 31. Left to right are Mrs. Jaro
Steig, Mrs. Stanley H. Roth, and Mrs. Albert Morrison in tw
Miss Pumpkin, China GirL and clown costumes. S^r^l3
League Women raise funds for support of two cancer P011*
at Variety Children's Hospital, and also work as volunie
aides in (heir spare time.


Friday. October 21, 1966
*JmM norkUani
Page 5-B
TEMPLE Emanu-El Israel Chai
Dinner of Stale was held
Saturday evening at the Dean-
ville Hotel. Guests of honor were
lack and Ruth Popick. Israels
newly appointed emissary to the
I'nited Stales, Zeev Boneh, pre-
sented Mr. Popick with I he Prime
Minister's Award and Mrs. Pop-
ick with the Woman of Valor
Medallion.
For this very special occasion,
Mrs. Popick chose a gown de-
signed by Trivella, featuring a
mimosa-colored sheer silk jer-
sey in Grecian styling. Her bod-
ice was shirred, and the sheath
front of her gown was draped at
the sides with the panel contin-
uing to the back where the dra-
ped panniers went to the hem-
ine
Chairman for the evening was
A J, Molasky, whose wife chose
.1 white satin gown for the event.
Wife of the Temple's president.
Mrs. Max Boderman. was in
black. Rabbi Irving Lehrman's
wife chose a blue alaskan silk
jacket and gown ensemble trim-
med in silver-lined caviar beads.
Dinner chairman was Judge Irv-
ing Cypen. For the occasion, Mrs.
Cypen was in a figure molding
hot pink, jewel encrusted sheath.
lu|RS. Sam Friedlands black
,TI silk crepe had a foliage mo-
tif embroidered with caviar
beads and sequins. Her stole was
.n chiffon, Shocking pink satin
was worn bj Mrs Sam Blank.
Both skill and jacket were in the
pink, with pink jew I trim on her
a bile bodice. Mrs. Carl Weinkle
was in a silk gown of a butter-
cup yellow color. Clear crystals
and gold bugle beads were em-
H in lered on her bodice.
A dear, icy pink silk organza
gown was Mrs. Milton Sirkin's
choice, tor the evening. Iridescent
sequins and caviar-size pearls
.vere embroidered on her bodice.
Wife of the late United Stales
Supreme Court Justice Charles
Evans Hughes attended the din-
ner in a pumpkin-colored two-
piece satin gown. Crystal caviar
heads were encrusted in a deep
band around the neckline, at the
slit on the overblouse, and the
hem. Chinese red brocade with a
cowl neckline that dipped low in
back was worn by Mrs. O. J.
Rosenstrauch.
Mrs. Jack August had jet tear-
drops in a fringe trim at the
sleeves of her black silk crepe
sheath. White satin with crystal
and pearl flowers on the bodice
was worn by Mrs. Abe Markovitz.
Mrs. Sidney Wolffe's black cav-
iar-beaded sheath had a decollete
scooped neckline. A black sequin
ed bodice topping an emerald
green skirt was seen on Mrs. Abe
King. Mrs. Trixie Levin's brandy-
colored chantilly lace was over
illusion, and it featured a deep
asymctrical flouce at the hem
line. Rabbi Leon Kronish's wife
wore a black gown and jacket.
THE popular combination of a
headed shell and evening
skirt was worn by Mrs. Ileibert
King. Her ice pink shell tupped
a white satin skirt Mrs. Anne
Harris was in a ming green alen
con lace sheath with an illusion
neckline. Mrs.Boxaniie Shemcr
chose a two-piece heavily jewel
ed white crocheted ensemble. A
blush pink peau de soie gown was
worn by Mrs. Jack Katzman.
Crystals and silver-lined caviar
beads trimmed her bodice. Mrs.
Martin l'ollak was striking in
black and white alaskan silk.
Mrs. Ben (Anna Brenner)
Meyers wore white satin with a
jewel-encrusted shell in white
iridescent sequins and teardrop
pearls. Mrs. Leonard Romii chose
jewel-tone brilliant colors for
her floral silk print, A large
bow was at the Empire line and
the gown was draped with radi-
ating lino over 'he bus) and hips.
An ice pink silk with panniers
encircling all but a narrow panel
in front was worn by Mrs. Arthur
Sichel, Mrs. Charles Holt/, com-
bined I lie popular black and
white with her white sequined
and fringed shell over a black
satin skirt. Mrs. Hose Schwartz' (
pink silk crepe had silver bead-
ing on her bodice. An aquamarine
brocade with silver detailing the
pattern was worn by Mrs. Wil-
liana Lader, daughter of the hon-
ored couple. Her floor-length j
gown flared at the hemline and;
had a matching jacket.
Zeev Boneh, making his first appearance in Miami since
taking up his post as Israel's Consul General for Southeast
United States, congratulates Jack S. Popick, who was the first
recipient of the Prime Minister's Award instituted by Prime
Minister Levi Eshkol to give recognition to leading Americans
for service to Israel. Joining in congratulating Popick are Dr.
Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El, and
Samuel Friedland. the temple's chairman of the board and
honorary chairman of the Israel Bond Organization.
| Local Women
On Demo Slate
Democratic women representing
Miami and Miami Beach were
, elected to executive office at the-
Democratic Women's Club -.f Flor-
ida convention held in Orlando.
To serve ;; vice presidents from
the 11th and I2!h Districts (Dade
Count} are Mrs Meyer Brilliant
and Mrs. W. Yates. Chairmen of
standing committees were the fol-
lowing selected delegates from
Dade County:
Mrs <;< |]d I is, Mrs. F. Min-
er. Mrs. M. L. Fernandez, Irs. B.
Spodera and Mrs. Andre S. Bialo*
lenski.
Chosen president of the Demo
cratic Women's Club for Florida
was Mrs. lave (l-.vles. of Winter
Park. Major Robert Kin.; High
and Atton ey General Faircloth
were featured speakers at the con-
vention.
4C0 Buy $624,000 in Bonds at Dinner;
Israel Consul General Meets Community
More than 400 members and Highlighting the ceremonies in
friends of Temple Emanu-El ioin- celebration ol Israels 18 years ol
ed in honoring Mr. and Mrs. Jack statehood, a giant Mcnoi'ah was
S. Popick last Saturday night at kindled in a ceremony conducted
the Temple Emanu-El Israel by Dr. Lehrman and Judge Cypen
"Chai'' Dinner of State at the Taking part in the ceremony wen'
Deauville Hotel. In honor of the Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cohen, Aaron
Popicks, and in response to an ap- Ehrlichman, Mr and Mrs. Ben Gil
peal by Dr. Irving Lehrman, spi- ler, Mr and Mrs. Sol C. Shaye, Mr. Roof and other Broadwaj in
Medical Center
Luncheon Nov. 11
Free make up facial at Hi new
Lilly Dache Beauty Salon in Bal
Harbor will be given to each wo-
man attending the America M<
cal Center at Denver's luncheon
Nov. 11.
The luncheon will take place al
the Deauville Hotel, Murray
Baum, regional director lor Lilly
Dache i osmetics, ii ill sene hi
ter of ceremonies.
Don De-George, international
hair stylist, will demonstrate tlu
"new look" in a Dache n Hi
will also show how make-up should
be applied.
Entertainment v. ill featun vocal
selections from "Fiddler on the
ritual leader of the temple, a rec and Mrs. Philip F.Thau, I. J. l.von.
ord total of $624,000 in State of Is- Mr, and Mrs, Sol Goldstein, Mr.
rael Bonds was purchased. and Mrs, William Fisher, Mr and Helene Rivoire.
Mrs Morris Hirsch, Mr. and Mrs
sicals sung by Baum, He ill b<
accompanied al the piano by Mrs.
Dr. lehrman pointed out thai
"this is the largest sum ever pur-
chased at a single synagogue-spoil- 0ret2ky' Ml' "!" 'ft*- i?ht!i
Dora Stein Ladies
sored even, in the 15-year his-oi, JdjKTSSrbSS Shan "t d T HeOT SOCC^r
of the Israel Bond effort." He cm- ''"" A" "',,", shaP'ro' M "' ~
phasized thai the purchase of Is- Mi;s 0s?ar Mamber, Mr. and Mrs. Dora stem Sisterh.....I of he Is-
rael Bonds "is an appropriate and ',1ll'l,s R eloquent answer to the heightened ''''".' Rosenberg, Mr. and Mrs. meetm
threats of Israels Arab neigh Abe Green, and Mr and Mrs. Harry social 1
bors."
Earlier Zeev Boneh, Israel's
new Consul General for the
Southeast region of United
States, in Miami on his first of-
ficial visit with Mrs. Boneh to
join in honorng the Popicks, had
expressed his country's gratitude
for the large role Miami played
in helping Israel's economic de-
velopment through the Israel
Bond program.
"Miami is well-known to us in
Sirkin
Or Olon Ladies
Offer Luncheon
Guest speaker will
Gerald Soltz, a past presid nl nl
Florida Region ol Hadassah, ai
B'nai B'rith Women's Distric 5
Last year Mrs. Soltz
tional Hadassah Shai uol I >ur t<
Sisterhood of Temple Or Olom Israel. Her topic will be 1-Tael
is having a paid-up membership The evening will also include a
luncheon on Tuesday, 12:30 p.m.. cake sale.
at the Temple Social Hall. Observing anniversaries this
Mrs. Emery Green, membership month. Mrs. Chester Leiter and
vice president, and committee Mrs. Ilyman Kirsner will sponsni
members will host the luncheon the refreshment hour,
which will include entertainment. Program chairman is Mis. Ai-
Mrs. Albert Solo is Sisterhood rom Drazin. and Mrs. Philip Rich-
52&5S ETJS* 1S deCP'y ^ President. .nan is Sisterhood president
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predated," he said.
Other program participants in
eluded Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers.
Florida State chairman of the Is-
rael Bond Women's Division; Mrs.
Leonard Rosen, Women's Division
chairman for Greater Miami; Sam-
uel Friedland. honorary Israel
Bond chairman: Sam Blank. Carl
Weinkle, Max Boderman. A. J.
Molasky, Milton Sirkin and Judge
Irving Cypen.
Dinner chairman was A. J. Mola-
sky, and chairman of the commit-
tee of hosts was Jacob Rabinowitz.
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Friday. October 21, 1966
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OCTOBER IS NATIONAL
RESTAURANT MONTH
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Greatest Guy
in the World...
RESTAURANT,
the man m
OUT TO
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OCTOBER!
and Greater
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standing (h
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Greater Mid
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AnnArt's COFFEE SHOP
13737 N.W. 7th Avenue, No. Miami
Ph. 681-9789
Best "Open Pit" Barbecue Ever at Miami's Original
BAR B-Q BARN
9800 N.W. 27th Avenue, 691-1381
BURGER BOY INC.
6475 Red Road, Hialeah
For Unexcelled Italian Food It's
CARINO'S ITALIAN RESTAURANT
10760 Biscayne Blvd., 758-4635
THE CHUCK WAGON
250 Opa Locka Blvd.. No. "ami
Owner"Beanie Cab-a
Jack Steen's EL BOLERO
Specializing in Steaks & Gourmet Specialties
3181 Coral Way 443-4203
FLYNN'S DIXIE RIBS
Specializing in Ribs, Chicken, Steak
& Key Lime Pie
15295 S. Dixie Hghway
FU MANCHU
"A New Thrill in Chinese Food"
325 71 st St., Miami Beach 866-4303
GOLDDUST RESTAURANT
7700 Biscayne Blvd.
Owners: Paul & Jerry Siegel
GOLDEN NUGGET PANCAKE HOUSE
5530 W. Flagler 2700 W. Flagler
13001 N.W. 7th Ave No. Miami
Owners: Philip Livedis & John Haralambides
HARVEY'S PIZZA
26 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach
HOLSUM HESTAURANT
Open 24 Hours Owner: Jo Ann Heede
5750 S. Dixie Hiway, So. Miami
HOUSE OF CHEN TONG
Home of Mandarin Chinese Food
1232 N.E. 163rd Street, No. Miami Beach
Ph. 945-1722
*
JK IMPERIAL BOWLING
LANES RESTAURANT
15950 W. Dixie Highway, No. Miami Beach
Al and Ev, as Your Hosts
JON'S STEAK HOUSE
John and Dorothy Adams, Host & Hostess
373 W. 9th Street, Hialeah
JUANITO'S CENTRO VASCO
RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE
Spanish Basque American Food
2235 S.W. 8th Street, Ph. 445-5566
KENDALL KITCHEN
Open 6 A.M. to 4 P.M.
Breakfast & Lunch
9300 S. Dixie Highway
KING COLE RESTAURANT
& COCKTAIL LOUNGE
900 Bay Drive, Miami Beach
LATTA'S SANDWICH SHOP & RESTAURANT
Open 24 Hours
Good Wholesome Food Reasonably Priced
700 N.W. 79th Street
11901 N.W. 7th Avenue
LE PARISIEN Restaurant Francais
474 Arthur Godfrey Road (Formerly 410 St.)
Chef de Cuisine Rene Seigle
Host Claude Nicollet
LUCILLE'S TAKE OUT SERVICE
Specializing in Barbecue Foods & Home-Mace Pies
Hours 5 A.M. to 9 P.M.
1935 N.W. 62nd St., Ph. 691-9436
MANNY'S RESTAURANT
Open Monday and Friday 7 A.M. 8 P.M.
Tues., Wed., Thurs., Sat. 7 A.M. 5 P.M.
Max & Leonard Bobick Owners
1657 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach
MARCELLA'S RESTAURANT & BAR
Mobile Kitchen for Catered Parties-
Meals & Pizza Delivery to Homes
13886 W. Dixie Hwy., No. Miami, 751-5445
MEXICAN GARDENS
Specializing in Mexican Food & Hebrew Wine
Open 10 A.M. to 12 P.M.
981 S.W. 8th St., Ph. 374-9179
MICHELANGELO'S ITALIAN KITfl
Free Delivery
1242 N.E. 163rd Street, No. Miami I
Ph. 947-4911
MILANA'S ITALIAN RESTAURAM
& VENETIAN COCKTAIL LOW
Italian SpecialtiesSteaks -Pizza-0*
1774 N.W. 183rd St., 624-3624
MOLNAR'S RESTAURANT
Open 7 A.M. to 9 P.M.
451 41st Street, Miami Beach
MY PLACE LA STRADA
Specializing in Italian Food at its Fir
Open til 10 P.M.
630-A Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
NICK and ARTHUR RESTAURANJ
Specialty-Seafood in Season
1601 79th Street Causeway, North I
NIETO CAFETERIA
284 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
Open 5 A.M. to 1 A.M. 371-9250
THE ORIGINAL PIZZA PALAC'
3099 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
Shells Are Made on Premises
PADDOCK BAR & RESTAURAN1
Phil Colton
113 Lindsay Court, Hialeah
PAOLETTI'S RESTAURANT
2900 Ponce de Leon Blvd.
Coral Gables 444-2755
PETE'S DRIVE IN RESTAURANT
655 S.W. 17th Avenue 373-*
Peter Ponce, Owner
PICK'N CHICKEN-Broasted CM
183rd Street Shopping Center
621-2261 (New Owner)
PIZZA PATIO
9495 Bird Road, Miami
Phone 221-0741
RAY'S LUNCHEONETTE
1761 Purdy Avenue, Miami Ben
Ph. 532-9387


Friday, October 21. 1966
*Jmtsti Meridian
Page 7-B
takes his family
AT____
ELATIONAL RESTAURANT MCNTH
''Restaurants join in calling elten-
"eAvTEST GUY in the world ... the
TiWiS FAMILY OUT TO EAT !
da^aurant Association, prominent in
pen a National Award for "Out-
ated Promotion during 1966 to
ods.
oasts the finest in dining places
\'M OUT TODAY
OUT THE YEAR !
lially in\'tte you to dim' with th
rj'lflfl
"
IIS*
RED COACH GRILL
1455 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
Ph. 379-4008
ROBERTS COFFEE SHOP
3680 N.W. 54th Street
Miami 633-3006
See TONY at
re 'TAIIAN FOODS
10995 Bird Road, Miami
S & M RESTAURANT
35 N.E. 17th Street, Miami
Dorothy & Harry Furash 373-9610
SANTA CLARA RESTAURANT
127 N.E. 2nd Street, Miami
Celia Carmona (Owner) 374-9509
Honey & Tom Jones of
SETTLE DOWNS
1764 S.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami
BDUARDO
of the
SHADOWS
751-5621
SMITTY'S COFFEE SHOP
3195 N.E. 2nd Avenue
Miami, Florida
SPIKE'S EAT IT & BEAT IT-CLUB 69
1445 Drexel Avenue & Espanola Way
Miami Beach F. J. SPIKER 532-9554
STOHL'S RESTAURANT
3680 N.W. 54th Street
Miami, Florida
SUPER-SUB SHOP
14615 W. Dixie Hiway, No. Miami, 945 242
And NEW Location
4580 S.W. 8th Street 443-1713
TAT BAR & RESTAURANT
18015 Homestead Avenue, Perrine
Phone 235-9686
TRAVELERS HOTEL RESTAURANT
4767 N.W. 36th Street
Miami Springs 888-0488
TWENTY-NINTH STREET LUNCH
1298 N.W. 29th Street, Miami
Phone 635-9304
e-
Lunch
at the
700 Club
Continental ta Kosher Caterers" (for men on|y)
ROYAL HUNGARIAN TO CATERERS
731 Washington Ave. sPecial ,- e c.n,
3 Summer Rates JE 8-5401
Flegonf Camilla /or Bar Mttivefci, Weddings, and ell Social Function*
I
WEDDINGS
BAR MITZVAHS BANQUETS UNLIMITED |
At Your Home, Hesfauranr Quality Pat Ittiilence j
Miami's Only "Shomer Shabbos" Rail or Synagogue
j 8393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI Phone 226-1744 !
HAROLD PONT and IRViN GORDON
<.OItl(4>> and I'OM
KOSHER CATERERS ..|
from hort d'oeuvres to complete buffet I BBS
170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 4-1655
Under the strict supervmon ot the Uniteo Kash'ti Atcc.ticr ol
Greater MiamiSupervising Rabbi: Rabbi Abrahai- J *-;-
OPEN MOUSE WEDDINGS BAR AKTZVANS KlCtPTIOHS
TOED
EL IIA 11 IlltO SPANISH RESTAURANT
Specialty of the House
"PAEILA VAIENCIANA"
OPEN 11 AM Til 10 P.M. DAILY
J37J N.W. 7th STREET, MIAMI Phono NE 3-9494
M.4K.S MOST POPUL/a CONVENTION REiiAURAIfT
Congratulations to our
LOCAL RESTAURANTS on
NATIONAL
RESTAURANT MONTH
ATLANTIC EQUIPMENT CO.
1220 N. Miami Avenue
Phone 373-0316
U.S. BERKEL FOOD MACHINES
847 N. Miami Ave. 379-6432
Charles Z. Spingarn, Owner
BRAMLETT CO.
Designers & Contractors of
Food Service Equipment
6440 N.E. 4th Court 751-6541
EDWARD DON AND CO.
1550 N. Miami Avenue
Ph. 374-3125
EQUIPMENT CITY RESTAURANT SUPPLIES
1035 N.Miami Ave. 374-4784
Charles Fashik, Owner
FLAMINGO FIXTURES INC.
1100E. 21st St., Hialeah
Cecil Williams, Owner 885-2811
HOBART MFG. CO.
YlOO N.W. 7th Avenue
Phone 759-5702
KAGAN EQUIPMENT CO.
941 N. Miami Avenue
Phone 373-3804
QUALITY CHINA & EQPT. CO. INC.
Complete Installations
Monty Nickas, Owner
841 N. Miami Ave. 379-1826
S & STOVE REPAIR INC.
Rebuilt Restaurant Ranges
Buy & Sell
127 N.W. 5th St. 373-0562
WEEKS BOTTLE GAS & APPLIANCE CO.
2828 N.W. 17th Ave. 635-1395
Bill Stern, Manager
APARTMENT/HOTEL
7C0Biltmore Way,Coral Gable*
Home of Chez Vendome
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AGCSTINO'S
Italian
Cuisine
fSTABSUSHED
)5 YtA*S
IK M/AMf
American Express -
Diners Club
Open 'til 2 A.M.
6970 Collins Avenue
UN 6-6147
KING
ARTHUR'S
COURT
STROLLING VIOLINS
DINNER SUPPER
MIAMI
SPRINGS
VILLAS
500 Deer Run TU 8-4521
AIT BRUNS, Co-Owum-
Under New Management
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Friday. October ll.igjj
69th ANNUAL CONVENTION IN NEW YORK

Miamians Off to ZOA Meet
Over 30 delegates from Greater
Miami are in New York this week
attending the 69th annual conven-
tion of the Zionist Organization of
America at the Statler-IIilton
Hotel.
The Miami Beach delegation
will be led by Dr. Irving Lehrman.
ZOA national vice president. Ben
Giller, past president of the Mi-
ami Beach Zionist District. Sidney
Kaymond. a member of ZOA Na-
tional Executive Council, and Dr.
and Mrs. Ben Zuckerbraun. offi-
cers of the Brandeis Zionist Dis-
trict.
Heading the delegation from
Miami and the Gables will be
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Simon,
honorary president of the Mi-
ami-Gables District, and Greta
Shubow, a member of the South-
east Region, ZOA board of gov-
ernors.
Rabbi David Shapiro, of Holly-
wood, president of Jhe Southea.-t
Region ZOA. will head the regional
relegation, with Gil Rappaport, re-
gional executive director.
IN SYMPOSIUM
Dr. Irving Lehrman. spi-
ritual leader of Temple
Emanu El, will attend the
69th national convention of
the Zionist Organization of
America on Thursday
through Sunday. Oct. 23. at
the Statier Hilton Hotel in
New York City. Dr Lehr-
man. a national vice presi-
dent, will address the con-
vention on Sunday afternoon
as a member of a symposium
on "A Practical Challenge to
the American Zionists."
A regional hospitality suite will
be maintained at the hotel for spe-
cial meetings, receptions, and
caucuses.
Moshe Kol. Israel Cabinet min-i
later, will review the Mideast situa-
tion at the opening session on
Thursday evening. Also on the pro-
gram will be Gov Rockefeller.
Rabbi Irving Miller and Jacques
Torczyner, ZOA president.
The Saturday night session will
be addressed by such notables as
Dr. Nairn in Goldmann. president ol
the World Zionist Organization.
Sen. William Proxmire and Dr.
Emanuel Neumann.
Also addressing the four-day
sessions will be Harrison M.
Symmes, director of the Arab-Is-
rael Affairs of the U.S. State De-
partment, Or. Max Nussbaum, of
Hollywood, Calif., chairman of
the American Zionist Council,
Mortimer May, of Nashville,
Tenn., a past president of ZOA,
Congressman Leonard Farbstein
and Congressman Seymour Hal-
pern, both of New York.
Guest speaker at the closing
black tie banquet will be Israel
Ambassador to the United Nations'
Michael Comay.
Theme of the convention, which
Will be attended by over 1.000 del-
egates, is 'ZOABridge to a Great-
er Tomorrow."
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot, spiritual leader of Temple Israel wi!,
review th^ee books this season for Temple Israel Sisterhood's
"Sound of Books"- project. Left to right are Mrs. Mcr-^ E.
Greene, Sisterhood president; Rabbi Narot; and Mrs "jiUs
Rosenberg, chairman. The reviews are held at Temple Israel.
Florida Restaurant Association Joins
Nat'!. Restaurant Month Observance
May "was presented with the
top industry promotion team-
v/oik award during the NRA
show in Chicago."
(?/ HOFFMAN
Florida Restaurant Association.
1077 NE 125th St., No. Miami, is
currently joining in the October
celebration of National Restaurant
Month.
Harry L. Hoffman, of lfiTI Day-
tonia Rd Miami Beach, president,
-aid this week that the Florida
i mciation is one of the four larg-
est trade groups of its kind in the
U.S. today
Forty-four of the 50 states have
such organizations." Hoffman ex
plained.
Hoffman, who is vice nresi-
dent of Park Lane Cafeterias of
America, Inc., of 250 E. 4th
Ave., Hiafeah, said that the Flor-
ida Restaurant Association last
Theme of the national obsen
ance is The Greatest Guy in the
World Takes His Family Out to
Eat."
Florida's observance >f National
Restaurant Month will culminate
in the 21st snr !;|| r,:) .,, n.. ,
Hotel and Restaurant Exposition
..n Oct 31 to .Nov. 2 at the Miami
Beach Convention Hail. A four-
man [srai ;i : m:,i will .' licipatc.
A i i ingl ished array ol chefs
will also represent the United
Stati s al 'he < ^position.
Beth Torch Plans Expanded Adult Education Series
An expanded adult education
in that will include courses
in history, Judaism. Bible,
philosophy. Hebrew and Yiddish
.(ill be held every Tuesday morn-
ing at Beth Torah Congregation.
Mrs. Adolph Berger is adult edu
cation chairman.
In addition, a weekly informal
discussion group. "Monday Eve-
ning with the Rabbi." will be led
by Dr. Max A. Lipschitz, spiritual
leader ol the congregation, on Jew
ish I a ni i 1 y living and the
psychology of family relations,
with guest lecturers in the fields
of psychology and psychiatry', be-
ginning this Monday. Oct. 24. at
8:15 p.m. in the rabbi's lounge.
Another part of the program
will be a "Monthly Reading
Book Club" to be held the first
Monday of each month at 10
a.m. in the synagogue library.
Members of the group will be
asked to read a novel of Jewish
interest and then participate in
discussion of the book under the
leadership of Abraham J. Git
telson, education director.
On Wednesday, at 1 p.m., a sen-
ior citizens dessert discusion group,
"How to Enjoy Your Retirement,"
will be held with guest lecturers
from the fields of medicine, psych-
ology, social work and medicare.
Fksl session is scheduled for No-
vember 3.
The course on Tuesday morning
will include the Epic ol Jewish
History." highlights in modern
Jewish history taught by Abraham
J. Gittelson. and "Basic Judaism.'
the fundamentals of Jewish cus-
toms, ceremonies, and concepts led
by Mrs. Irving Seidel at 9 a.m.
At 10 a.m.. Rabbi Lipschitz will
direct "The Bible and Modern Jew
ish Thoughts," and at 11 a.m..
there will be four classes in Hebrew
and a class in Yiddish taught bv
Mrs Max Steinfink.
At 12:30. during the study group
with the rabbi. Dr. Lipschitz will
discuss the great medieval Jewish
philosophers, Maimonides and Saa
diah Gaon.
Mrs. Belle Lehrman, flanked by her husband, D: [rv
man (left1, who installed her as president of the :
Jewish Women, receives congratulations and besl rom
Joseph Lipton. president of the Greater Miami (der-
ation.
Mrs. Lehrman Assumes Third Term As
President of Jewish Women's Federation
Pinsley to Speak
Before BB Women
William G. Pinsley, executive di-
rector of the Florida Regional Of-
fice of the Anti-Defamation Lea-
gue of B'nai B'rith. will be guest
speaker at a meeting of North Hade
Chapter of B'nai B'rith Women.
Pinsley will discuss the John
Birch Society. The meeting is gel
for Washington Federal Audi
toriuni. 699 NE 167th St
Women of the YM and YWHA of Greater Miami prepare the
annual scholarship games night which will be held at the "Y"
Satin-day evening, Nov. 5. Proceeds go to the YMHA Scholar-
ship Fund. Pictured (left to right) are Mrs. Paul Rheingold,
chairman; Mrs. Murray Ritter, gift chairman; and Mrs. How-
ard Heyman, treasurer.
Cotillion Lessons
Available Now
Cottilion lesson instruction is
-still available, stated Mrs. Sey-
mour Kaplan, president of Beth
David Sisterhood.
Mrs. Leonard Adler, chairman
for instruction, announced that 6
year old students will be instruct-
ed 7 to 8:10 p.m.; 7 and 8-year old
students will be trained from 8:20
until 9:30 p.m. Sessions are Sun-
days.
Cottilion lessons are directed by
Mrs. Peggy Logan.
Mrs. Irving Lehrman was in-
stalled to her third consecutive
term as president of the Federa-
tion of Jewish Women last week at
the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Installing officer was her hus-
band. Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader of Temple Km ami Kl. who
also installed the following:
Mrs. Charles P. Feinberg. vice
president: Mrs. Sol Goldstein, vice
president: Mrs. Milton Green, vice
president: Mrs. Jack Katzman,
vice president: Mrs Jean C. Leh-
man, vice president, and campaign
chairman of the Women's Division,
1967 Combined Jewish Appeal:
Mrs Philip Thau, recording sec-
retary; Mrs. Larry Silverman, cor-
Young Women
Of Federation
To be Installed
Officers of the Young Women's
Division, Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, will be installed on
Tuesday, 10:80 a.m., at the home
of Mrs. Harry B. Smith. 239 So.
Hibiscus Dr. Chairman of the day
is Mrs. Daniel Neal Heller.
The slate, which will serve for
the 1967 Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign conducted by the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation, in-
cludes Mrs. Robert Shapiro, pres-
ident: Mrs. Stanley Gilbert, Mrs.
Lynn Krinzman. vice presidents.
Pacesetters Division; Mrs. Howard
Ayares, Mrs. Marvin Gillman, vice
presidents. No Minimum Division:
Mrs. Larrie Blasberg, Mrs. Richard
Litt, vice presidents, education;
Mrs. Ira Rothfield. secretary; Mrs.
Morris Levitt, ^parliamentarian.
Mrs. Aaron Farr will serve as
installing officer.
responding seen t; ry; a
Dorothy Krieger Fink, |>
tarian.
Some 350 women attei
event. A President's Pi
was one of the highlight]
afternoon, representing
women's organizations i
County. Members of the
sional greeted Mrs. Lehn
Mrs. Robert Shapiro, presid
campaign chairman of '
Women's Division "A Treasury of Treasure
presented bv the Temple E
Players. Written and din
Trixie Levin, it featured
Rosen.strauch and Mrs. Hi
erance. with Millie Draizi "
ing the piano accompani
tmen-
led the
,:' the
e 75
Dade
nut-
in and
nt and
Young
." was
inu-EI
:ed by
mini1
,. Pom- '
irovid-
it.


ridev. October 21. 1966
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Doujlas Brown
He Brown will oh-
- B h on Saturdaj
-. Oct. 22, tfl Ti m;>ir Beth
'. branl is the son of Mr.
Max Brown, oi 4!.'i5 s\\
d S
.M eighth grade student al
le Leon Junior High. His
of Dr. and Mrs Morion B. Morgan
of 4301 Nautilus Ave., will be Bai
Alit/vah
Jefferson ,. a student oi Ner
Tamul Rejigious School and an
1 grade student al Nautilus
junioi High, where he i ca
'i the Home Room athletic team
He is a member ol the sti mp and
com club, symphonic band and
Plays organ and saxophone He is
eaplain ol the Polo Park All-Star
tootball. basketball, baseball and
track team.
A reception will follow the serv-
jeoa and the celebrant will also
be honored at a dinner dance on
Saturday evening at the Fontaine-
bleau Motel
Gary Feder
Gary Neal Feder will be Bar
Mitzvah al Temple Judea ol Coral
Gables cu Saturday morning, Oct.
Son ol Mr and Mrs. Irwin Feder,
7.,0 San Juan Dr., Coral Gable
the celebrant is in the eighth grade i''"'',
Stephen Bookbinder
Sfeve Indianer
Jcllenon Morgan
Gary lembo
Aimce Slcin
gious School for Ihi past four years,
He ::.i~ won >i .era! trophies in
poll and also plays drum and gui-
tar in the -I'S-l. rock and roll
lib i Cl are math and I.a-
le activities lor Douglas
i football, swimming arid
Hi
M I
ceremony to help the Bar
mark the occasion will be
ternal grandfather, Harry
1 .Montgomery. Ala.:
nd aunts. Mr and Mrs.
hur Rehn. of Miami, and Mr. and I sion will he his grandparent
s :x Berlin and Mr. and Mrs.
Berlin and their familes, of
mery; his godmother, Mrs.
solomon. Montgomery; and
- iiriy Sandier, Tampa.
* <
KMMlh and Terry Metchik
r Saturday, Oct. 2, at Temple
li-
ck
on
lit:
so:
al Ponce Junior High and plays
trombone in the school hand. He
is a patrol leader in Boy Seoul
Troop (i-i.
Gary is a recent Hebrew School
graduate of Temple Judea, and
plan to continue his religious edu-
cation. His intt rests are stamps
an-i coins.
To he!;> him celebrate the occa
. Mr.
and Mrs. S S. Aronson and Mrs.
Daisy Feder. all residents here.
His parents will host the Kiddush.
Mr. nn I Mrs .lack Swi rdlin and
Sidney Ho enK ek, Rick's gran '
parents, will attend the service
and Kiddush sponsored bj his par
cnts
Mark Feldman
Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan-
iel Feldman, will observe his Bat
Mitzvah on Saturday morning, Oct.
!!2. at Temple Zion.
called to the Tor,ih on Satur-
day, Oct. 22. at Temple Zion.
Steve attends eighth grade at
Glades Junior High He is inter-
ested in coin collecting and athlet-
ics.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Indianer u.ll
host the Kiddush following the
service, and will honor the Cele-
brant at ; luncheon reception at
home.
*
Mark Mizrachi
On Saturday, Oct. 22. Mark \I .
rachi will become Bar Mitzvah al
thv Israelite Center.
Son of Mr. and Mrs, Dave T
Mizrachi, the celebrant is a stu
dent at the silver Bluff Elemen-
tary School, where he is in the
=ixth grade.
Present for the Bar Mitzvah will
be his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Mizrachi. of Tampa.
Mark will be honored at the kid
dish following services
*
Eugene Koshar
Eugene Martin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Gerald Koshar, of 1631 NW
175th St., will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday. Oct. 22. at
Beth Torah Congregation.
Eugene is a student at Parkway
Junior High, and will continue his
studies al Beth Torah.
The celebrant will be tender d
8 r' i Pption and dinner at Michael's
Re lauranl on Miami Beach, His
paternal grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs, .i. A. Koshar, or Fall River,
Mass will be present.
Beach Residents
Named to Head
High Rise Group
Two Miami Beach residents. Ben
Essen and Louis Harris, have been
co-chairmen of the Resi-
has been attending Temple Zion "ten's and High Rise Division for
Mark is an eighth grade pupil |
at West Miami Junior High, and nanu'd
Rick.
Rick Swerdlin
son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ed-
Religious School for the past foui
years.
the 1967 Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign. They will assist Daniel
ward Swerdlin. 815 Cremona Ave" ,i "t^T* k'^i 1Fe!dma" wil1 hos' j Neal Heller, chairman of the divi-
Coral r.ahU* will h~., :; the Kiddush following the service
Gables, will bacome Bar'
me Jacob.' Kenneth and Ter-; "i,zvan .at f* David Congrega- evenim-
so: of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Met- tlon ',n ^''""iay morning. Oct. 22
and a reception at home in the
k. M0 W. 5th Ct., Hialeah. will
Bar Mitzvah.
[eri'eth and Terry attend Filer
lor High, where Kenneth is in
eighth grade, and Terry is in
r th grade Kenneth plays
ms in the school band, and both
. working toward a letter
11 football squad.
Ir and Mrs. Irving Posner. of
n> are maternal grandparents.
in -town guests will include
elle Dobbs, Perth Am boy,
J., -ter of Mr. Metchik.
Rick is an eieh'h grade student
at i'once de Leo.i High, and has
been attending Beth David Reli-
Steve Indianer
Steve, son of Mr and Mrs. Paul
Indianer. 6652 S\V 91st Ave.. will
Beth Torah Spiritual Leader and Wife
To be Named life Honorees of Israel'
Gary Lembo
-on of Mrs. Wilma Lembo.
:.me Bar Mitzvah on Sat-
a> ct. 22. at the Mincha serv-
Temple Emanu-El.
'. attends seventh grade of
tt School, and is interest
in ading
hi lebrant will be honored at
eption Saturday following
>t the Savoy Restaurant
rton Towers. ,
rs Etta Nathenson. of Miami
ii> grandmother, will
e event.
* *
Steven Bookbinder
' on Saturday morning,
2, at Beth Torah Congrega-
v, .1 include the Bar Mitzvah
en, son of Mr. and Mrs.
>ur Bookbinder.
'' nor student in the eighth
John F, Kennedy Junior
i the celebrant plays clarinet'
M -chool band and has won
1 in baseball, golf, and
epl n will be honored at the,
lollowing the ceremoin.
a* :, reception and dinner on
urday night at the Beau Rivage
*
Aimee Stein
' daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Stein, of 61 Samana Dr.,
ome Bas Mitzvah at Bel hi
ngregatiM on Friday evc-i
21
'-ted in bowling, the guitar I
<< back-riding, Aimce is an1
th grade student at Shenan-!
! >'4h and has been attending
[el .ious School of Beth David
!>ast four years.
' Stein and Abe Gerson,
'nt-s ol the celebrant, will
' sen ices.

Je**eren Moraan
aturday morning, Oct. 22,
|r 'nain sanctuary of Temple;
ITinid, Jefferson Davis, son [
liu-
t
In keeping with the world wide
celebration ol Israel's "Chai" year.
I)r and Mrs. Max A. I.ipschitz have
been chosen to be named "Life
Honorees of Israel."
Dr. Lipschitz. spiritual leader ol
Beth Torah Congregation, and cur-
rently serving as president of the
Rabbinical Association of Greater
Miami, will be honored with Mrs.
Lipschitz at the Beth Torah Israel
"Chai" Dinner of State on Satur-
day evening. Nov. 5. at the Diplo-
mat Hotel.
I
Dr. and Mrs. Lipschitz have
been selected for the tribute "in
recognition of their devotion to
all causes related to Israel in the
community."
Rabbi Lipschitz is a native of Is-
rael, where he spend his youth and
received part of his education. He
was ordained at the Yeshiva Uni-
versity in New York. He was re-
cently awarded the degree of Doc-
tor of Philosophy by the University
of Wisconsin.
JWV Bodies
View Color Movie
"llcmo, the Magnificent." a col-
or sound movie, has ben shown by
the Norman Bruee Brown Post and
Auxiliary 174 of the Jewish War
Veterans.
The showing took place at the
Pythian Hall on Sunday. Film was
produced by the Florida Power
and Light Co.
His only pulpit prior to coming
to Miami was in Madison. Wise,
where he served 12 years.
Rabbi Lipschitz. who recently
celebrated his 18th year in the
rabbinate, was a student of the
renowned Rabbi J. B. Soloveitchik
of Boston.
Dr Lipschitz has been a leading
force in the upbuilding of the North
Miami Beach Jewish community
and the growth of Beth Torah Con
gregation, which now numbers 860
families.
Active in many religious, com-
munal, civic and Israel affairs,
Dr. Lipschitz has given lifelong
service to the cause of Israel.
Under his leadership. Congrega-
tion Beth Torah has achieved an
outstanding place in the com-
munity and in support of Israel
and Israel Bonds.
Among his many activities. Dr.
I.ipschitz is a member of'the lnter-
faith Committee of Social Justice.
He iv a member of the board of
the Greater Miami Israel Bond Or-
ganization and many other lead-
ing groups.
Dr. and Mrs. I.ipschitz are the
parents of three children. Sander.
Rochelle and Fayanne.
sion, according to Milton Weiss,
overall campaign chairman of the
1967 CJA drive.
Essen is a member of the hoard
of governors of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. He also serves
on Federation's budget committee,
and was chairman of the Bar Mitz-
vah dinner celebrating Federa-
tion's 13th anniversary. Last year, |
Essen was chairman of the Sea-
coast Towers South for the 1966
CJA campaign.
Essen is a past president of the
YM and WHA of Greater Miami,
a Federation agency, and a past
president of Temple Judea of
Coral Gables. He is a worshipful
master in the Hibiscus Masonic
Lodge of Miami Beach, district
deputy grand master of Masons
in Florida, a trustee of the Hillel
Foundation, and a director of
the National Children's Cardiac
Hospital.
ISStM
HAftHIS
How You Can
Retire at Fifty
You really have to desire early
retirement to achieve it. but you
can, says Milton Weiss, president
of Miami Beach Federal Savings
and Loan Association, in a seven
page byline article in the Novem-
ber issue of Pageant Magazine now
on the newsstands.
Weiss draws on his wide financial
experience in the savings and in-
vestment fields to spell "out the
steps necessary to make the dream
of early retirement practical for
a nation-wide audience of young
businessmen.
Titled "How You Can Retire at
50," the article is complete with
suggested family budgets, and sav
lags and investment guidelines
Harris, formerly vice president
In!"' r'n'.f MaiUvaCvri1"g pany of Rochester^ N, Y., has been ,,, drfam conu. ,rue
active in philanthropic work for i .
many years. Prior to moving to HI-
ami. he Was a board member ot the
Allied Jewish Appeal in PhUadel I
phia,
Harris now serves on the board,
of governors of the Greater Miami,
Jewish Federation and is a me*n-l
ber ot the executive committee' of
the Sustaining Board of Fellows of
Mount Sinai Hospital, also a ben
eficiary agency of Fedeiation.
Director of Jefferson National
Bank. Harris has been supervising
il" Combined Jewish Appeal cam-
paign in the Crystal House Since
he became a resident there in 1962.
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United Fund Drive Hits S1.819,580;
Plans Move Ahead for UF Sunday Here
Mr. and Mrs. Max Airirl-.ir.er have been selected Jewish Na-
tional Fund "Couple of the Month" for October. Right is Jacob
Z Fishman. JNF Council vice president.
Max Affcchiners So '*'' *
Named October
'JNF Couple1
William Bomstein. president.
Jewish National Fund of Greater
Miami, has announced that Mr an-!
Mrs. Max Affachiner have been
selected as 'Couple of the Month"
for October
Mr. and Mrs Affachiner have
been acute for the last two years
on behalf of the Jewish National
Fund of Greater Miami.
Mr. Affachiner recently returned
from Israel, where he established
a trust with the JNF in Israel on
behalf of his sister.
A luncheon will be held in honor
of the couple at the Algiers Hotel.
Greater Miami Chapter 208
Free Sons of Israel, will meet
Thursday. Oct. 27. 8:15 p.m.. to
participate in a program sponsor-
ed bj Southern BeU Telephone Co.
The event will be held in the Wash-
ington Federal auditorium. 1133
Normandv Dr.
".SO or
- f its 1966 gos
-
a re-
'-
I
After-School
Program Slated
At Beach V
A.-, after school pro2ram for
,r. various activities
:'rom sport* to ballet and fro-
tar playir. :> acting ii now in ef-
:-rC" it the Miami Beach YM and
A !536 Da> Rd
cr^a'.ve play pro.-?- :?
erased by trained personnel ta.kes
p!ace ever- for first and sec-
Mtd zrade children Your:2-ter; are
picked up at their schools at 2 SlSterhOOd PiOTlS
pjn.. and returned home at 4 p m .
Milk and cookies are provided Family Dinner

.:. Eastern Air-
..--3ft>
impaign N?*a.n Sept
20 a- \ v 22.
| > to support 43
Krved more than
5300.000 Daie Countian? last year
Next report meeting scheduled
b) the United Fund :s for Tues-
day. Sot 1. at noon, also at the
Dupont Plaza
Meanwhile, plans are moving
forward for L'nited Fund Sunday
on Sunday. Oct 3u. when volun-
teers will call on Dade residents in
behalf of "he 43 L'F agencies. Mrs
j'a.Tie* I Keller Jr. residential
campa:.'. sfaairman, made a spe-
cial appeal to ail Dade residents to
participate in the door-to-door soli-
citation
Brotherhood Spors:n ?i?m
*"'' ...
nornini it th
-
torium a- ^ Brot

Steinman Joins
Beach PR Prm
Leo L Sti
"
'Charge-All1 Plan
Told by Airline
As another service to air travel-
ers. National Airlines has intro-
duced its '"Charge-All" extended
payment credit plan. J. Dan Brock,
the airline* vice president for traf
fie and sales, announced.
The new program was especially
^ned for passengers v. ho prefer
to pay for air tiansportation by
monthly installments and can be
-ed to charge any National Air-
lines package vacation or tour, in-
cluding hotel accommodations.
n.eals. sightseeing tours, car ren-
1- and airport tran-fers
"Our effort in broadening the
scop* of our credit program is
directed at extending credit priv-
.leges to thousands of air
travelers," Brock said.
Applications for the new
'."harge-AH" plan can be obtained
a' any National Airline ticket of-
or authorized travel agency.
Under the new credit arrange-
ment, travel over National's 6.200
mile route system and interline
connections can be charged.
Card-holders may repay their
,v w accounts in equal monthly m-
vailments of up to 24 months.
Roth Reveals
League Findings
"One-fourth of those in the
Lnited States with anti-Semitic at-
titudes have a religious basis for
their prejudi' i explained
Burnett Rx>th, when he revealed
the findings of a recently-com-
-<] Anti Defamation League
study.
The national commissioner of
the B'nai B'rith Anti-Defamation
.Jue spoke to members of Mi-
ami Beach Lodge 1591 on Oct 19
He discussed the first volume of
the five-year University of Cali-
fornia Research Center study en-
titled "Anti-Semitism and Christ-
ian Beliefs."
Two Barry College co-eds. M ->
Mane Balaban and Miss Donna
Viller. entertained the members
a- vocalists. Joseph L. Goodman
rved as entertainment chair-
n.an Irving Schatzman was chair-
man of arrangements Samuel Pas-
coe is chapter president
-
Club Has Mad Halters Party
Forte Towers Women's Social
r;ub held a "Mad Hatters" party
on Wednesday evening with Mrs.
Rarney Hershman. social chair-
man, in charge of the affair.
Noted Rabbi,
Psychiatrist
At Temple Israel
Dr Edward T. Sandrow. of Ce-
darhurst. N. Y. will lecture on
"Conservative Judaism" this Sun-
day morning, 10 a.m.. as part of
the Greenfield Institute for Adult
Studies at Temple Israel of Great-
er Miami
Saturday's morning series for
parents will continue with Dr. Alan
A. Lipton. Miami psychiatrist,
speaking on "Sex and Your Child "
also beginning at 10 a.m.
Dr. Sandrow is a past pres-
ident of the Rabbinical As-
sembly, rhe international organi-
zation of Conservative rabbis,
and presently serves as presi-
dent of the New York Board of
Rabbis.
A graduate of the Jewish Theo-
Seminary, he teaches
homiletics and pastoral psychiatry
at the Conservative college for rab-
bis.
Rabbi Sandrow was the recipi-
ent of the first annual award of the
Federation of Jewish Philanthro-
I New York to the rabbi who
has contributed most to the de-
velopment of the health and wel-
fare agencies in New York, and
also the first rabbi to receivf the
National Community Service
Award given by the Jewish The-
ological Seminary
Dr. Lipton, who has been in
private practice here for more
than a decade, is an associate pro-
fessor of psychiatry at the Uni-
versity of Miami Medical School
and has played a prominent role
as chairman of the Dade County
Commission on Children and
Youth.
He is also psychiatric consultant
to the Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Ser-.:cr
Ballet and modern dance clas-
ses for first and second grade
youngsters take place every af-
ternoon from 2:30 p.m. to 3:30
P.m.
Clashes for third through Bftta
:-ades take place from 3:30 *o 4 30
p.m.
Guitar classes for third th.-ojuh
sixth irade boys and girls a-e held
Thursday afternoons.
A Theater Workshop for third
throush sixth grade boys and girls
is held every' Friday afternoon
A spec.sl Sports Club for third
through sixth grade boys takes
place at the Y" facilities e\er>
Monday afternoon.
Dora Stein Sisterhood of Israelite
Center will hold a Friday night
family dinner in the social hall
following early services on Nov. 4.
Reservations may be made with
Mrs. Ruth Katzif. ticket chairman,
or the center office
Mrs Chester Leiter is chairman
->f the dinner. Mrs. Phihp Richana
is president of Sisterhood
Luncheon and fashion Show
Temple Sinai Sisterhood held its
annual membership luncheon and
fashion show on Wednesday morn
ing at the Hurricane Harbor
Restaurant Fashions were pre-
sented by Patty s Limited Editions.
Count] -
l<*5? M in
ordinated by Sh
B'nai B nth. ha? bei
ior account execu;
Schwartz Public Re
Steinman ^a- j^-
the public relati
ing firm of M C I
Schwartz frorr. :^52 jr.:
ha> been acthe in I .- ..-
munal organizations
He currently :- .,-- ..
wartz m coordina-
and commur.:t\ relai
for the new Tern:
Gables.
Presently National tamfiiv
sioner of Community and Veter-
an's Services for B'nai 3'ritti, -i
is a past president o' oorh ">t
Coral Gables and North Shr
Lodges of B'nai B'rith.
Steinman is second vice pro
ident of the Dacit Count; r
the Handicapped pul
president of the Floriaa
Council of B'na: B'nth | jerra
on the board of the James E Scot)
Community Center
Youth welfare d
Miami Showman's Association i
charter member of N rtti
Elks Lodge, former i
gcr of the Better Business 3:-e.
of Miami Beach St
tive in youth work with the D;:i
Juvenile Court. Welfare Depirt-
ment and Sheriff's Pe: >artmeol
South Florida Districts. Zionist Organization
of America, will sponsor the inaugural cruise
from Miami of the luxurious Israeli liner SS
Shalom, one of the newest and most modem
ships afloat. The ZOA cruise, open to mem-
bers and friends of the organization, will leave
from Miami on Nov. 17 and return on Nov. 26.
The cruise will visit St. Maarten. St. Thomas.
San Juan and Guadeloupe. Special events
have been planned for the cruise, as well as
sightseeing tour1', entertainment and a social
program aooard ship. Kosher rr.ec.s are i>
tional. Reservations may be made -t "he --"
office. 541 Lincoln Rd.. Suite 203, o: with &r
Rosenkranz of Bon Voyage T: -"---
ing the cruise at a recent meeting c: the -:;-
ZOA Cruise Committee are left to right
ing Seal, Sarah Raboy. Gil Rappap:." [stall
Schenkman. and Albert E. Ossir holding :
replica of the SS Shalom: Sam RosenJtra*
Leona Hoffman and Jennie Cohen.
Academy Parents
Meet Faculty
Hebrew Academy parents met
members of the English and He-
brew staffs at the fall semester
PTA Back to School Night" on
Tuesday evening at the Hebrew
Academy. 2400 Pine Tree Dr Mr-
Morton Lieberman is PTA pres-
ident
Class meetings began at 8 p.m.
The first 90 minutes of the eve-
ning were devoted to parent-teach
er conferences and presentations
of the Hebrew and English pro-
grams of education for the year.
Rabbi .Alexander S Gross, princi
pal. stated A question and answer
period followed each presenta-
tion.
Room mothers of each grade
level chaired individual class meet-
ings. Mrs. Morris Waldman. chair
man of room mothers, reported.
Following the class meetings, a
get together took place in the
school dining hall.
"Children of the Fiddler" is presented by the
Junior Players of Temple Menorah at the first
meeting of the Temple Sisterhood. Shown
above are David and Reena Abramowitz en-
acting "Do You Love Me." assisted by (left
to right) Martin Gorodetsky. Gcdl Kringold.
Frances Glushakow, Brenda Klepach. Rebec-
ca Bazyler, Sandra Breiterman, Lillian Rap-
paport. Sandra Huppert. Ida Sobie and --
ert Weiner. Not shown is Gary Shapiro
read the narration entitled "Tevya's Child*
Dahlia Abramowitz directed the P?"*1:
"Fiddler on the Roof" and trained the --^
Also participating but not shown were -
Jill and Leslie Robbins. Ana Szty'.errr.an
Harold Tragash.
' -


f, October 21, 1966
Kofkin,
'ear (Resident,
Here at 92
Sonya Kotkin. 92, who, with
Ite husband. Morris Kotkin,
|among founders of Betli
Congregation, died on Oct.
Kotkin, vho devoted her
community welfare and
ihle organizations, came
from New York City 47 years
pd lived at 1511 SW 17th St.
pioneer member of Beth
Congregation, Mrs. Kot-
llso belonged to Hadassah,
bchi, Pioneer Women and
Jewish Home for ih Age.
is survived, by four sons.
f Loots and Harry Kolkin of
and M. Kotkin, of Wash
I). C: a daughter. Mrs. Ber-
paphip, oi Miami; nine grand
rn ,,; jl grcat-grandchil-
yxos were held Sunday af-
In, Oct. \6, at (iorrton luin-
lome, with interment in the
plot t Woodlawn Ceme-
* Jewislti flierSdlUcnin
Page 11-B
LEGAL NOTICE
MRS. SONYA KOTKIN
WALDMAN
HBNJAMIN, Of ism. s\V L'4th
\\ Miami, led Oct. 17. He
n i )i. is \. PS :.-.'> from New
> rk und was :.-i' ,.| i .n-
ah Feller
rs Here at 57
titn,. Miamian, Sarah. A. i
I of 8340 SW 86th Ter.. died
H r.'i.-i il.i\. Oct. 13, at the aye
(57
Feller came here 37 years
on, Ga., am) was ac-
I n 'he Breath of Life Group,
I -,,-r C haptcr of the N'a-
11. en's Asthmatic Home
:....- v i.li>., and was a mem-
H the Trttt Sisters of the Can-!
I :. iu Hadassah, and Cedars
I >..: on Hospital Auxiliary.
She
tlnent il it< and found, r of
1 'ally Ml.....i ot Temple <>r
1 .'in. Survu hoi, ., ,,,,,
.1. roin.- of N'ewi \ i daughter
Mrs. E'hylllH tirceti of Miami; a
it..ih. k.i a .ii | Brldg. port,
'r.n two -r. -. Mr- Clara
N ufeld and Itxkowlts ..f
N" ^ rk. and grandchil-
:: :i Si iv i,-. ... .. held lM xw
\ Bin* Rd. i in charge of
local arrangemi nt*,
is survived by her husband,
feldman. Han 77. of ir.oo Bay
Rd iii.-.i Riverside.
KANTER. Ororgi .1., so. ,.f H85 Vlli
St., died i" i. it. Rlvi ralde
mass. Joseph, 51, of IS2FI Royal Palm
Av,... died >,t. IS. N, man,
ROSENBERG. Mrs. Jennie, 7:,. of
Dickens Avi died Oct. 17. Rlv-
I tide,
wallman, James, v.. nf 1600 Uav
R died Oct. 13. Riverside,
WEINSTEIN. My. r M, of i \'\V
""h Av.-., died vt ft. Sei In
Kyria, i > ZUCKKERMAN. H.-irrv"?
I' > ltd ill-d < .-! i>;. R| r
BEDSOW, Mr- [.,|;i,n, ;.. 740
8 rd .-t.. .i:..,! Oct. |,;. R|V1 -.
a brothers, Jerry Alex- brown. Edith. 1:. of 8633 rarreg*
.f Orlando, Izzie, Herman ,118^^^ ,244 ...
and Sol Alexander, all of died Oct. h. Rivenddi
and Sam Alexander, of \\ I glickman. Mrs Tesste, i
and a sister, Mrs. '&""* Aw" """ '" '"
r f. oi liami. schulman. Murv -w
': .! ,1 i : .
..eld Oct. 14 at Swanso.n. .;;.;
: 13. .-'.-, .- ,i,
I I
' QpE^N.
Sen in \, u v
re
GROSS :
<
Nfc ^u;l'SER, M

Wally Gluck
Testimonial Here
Sunday Evening
Wally Gluck, executive life pres-
ident of the Miami Beach Demo-
cratic Club, will be honored at a
testimonial dinner show Sunday
at the Deauville Hotel.
Gluck will be honored by many
friends for "his role as a dedicated
civic leader in fraternal and poli-
tical activities," commented Dante
B. Fascell, congressman, who will
attend the affair.
Dignitaries to be on hand for
the festivities include State Sen.
Haverfield, State Sen. Elect Rob-
ert L. Shevin, Miami Beach Coun-
cilman Malvin and Mrs. Eng-
landcr, Beach Councilman and
Mrs. Joseph W. Malek, and
Sheriff T. A. Buchanan.
Entertainment will feature mu-t
sical selections from the Broadway !
hit, "The Bells are Ringing." Miss
Scarlett Woods, talent winner in
the World's "Our Little Miss" in-
ternational beauty pageant, will
sing.
Toastmasler for the evening will,
u ii -n ... i._v.. r.- ,V hereby notified ami r--
be II. I. Minlenberger. Sig Dawer .wired to present anj claims and de-
will servo as chairman, assisted '""'"" uhil'' v"" '"'> huv againm
by Mrs. Lynne Castle, Mrs. Anna
Levy, Bobbj Herman. Mrs. Lucille
Kennedy. .i"i Samuel Resnick.
Honorary chairmen are Mavors
Klliol Roosevelt and Chuck Hail.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72586 C
IN RK: Estat. of
I:KN.w |.'Uaxkki., a k
BEN l-i:.\NKKI.,
I'., eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ing rialms or Demands Against s.ii.i
Rstate:
*' are hereby notified and re-
quited to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
ih, estate of BRNNY KRANKKL,
a/k/a BEN ikankki,, deceased late
.f (lade County, Florida, to the Coun-
ty Judges of Dade County, and file
iho same In duplicate and ...- pro-
vided in flection 788.16, Mori.la Htat-
II.s, In th.ir offices In the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within +>ix calendar months from the
time of the first publication h.....I
. r I he name ill be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 19th
.lay of i i.toli.-i. A.I' ll'.'.h
KKKM.VWI. I-K \.\KK1,
As Administrator
First publication ol this not!
the isi day of Octobi r. ism,.
Leonard l. K
At tomes for Admii
:..-: d upon I Bldg., Miami. F'la. 3318]
I" 21-28, II 4-11
on
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT l\ AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 10965
DAVD BENNETT,
Plaintiff,
I'S.
s.\i:.\ BENNETT,
i'. fondant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Tt i: BARA BENNETT
7;i! s. N'li'ituiniiii Avenue
I.os Angeles .'s California
VOL* ARE HEREBY notified that a
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are hereby re-
quired to serve a copy of your answer
to the Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney, I.kstki: ROGERS, whose
address u 989 N'.w. nth Hureet, Mi-
ami. Florida, and file tl.....rininal of
the Answer in the office "f thi Clerk
of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit in and
for Dade Counts .Florida, on or he-
fore the (3rd day of November, 19BB,
in default of which the Complaint will
as i onfessed t\' \ou,
DATED this 13th dnj of October,
1966,
E. 6, L.EATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Curt
(eal) i: K M.. I.VMAV
l put) lerk
2S, 11 I II
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72416-B
Estate of
. PL'NDIK
eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
rtlti rs and A II Persons Hav-
lalmti or Demands Agaliu
tat<
fi
Mural Dedicated
At Temple Israel
A mural ,n clay and stained
glass, created by local ceramist.
Juanita May, will be dedicated on
Friday evening at Temple Israel
of Greater :iami.
To he mounted in the Sam Le-
venson v ommunity House, the
mural depiete the Exodus of the
clrldren of Israel as described in
| the Bible. ;,n<; was donated by Mau-
rice Gusman.
lenve.
Defancy, 77,
es In N. Y.
h clubwoman, Mrs.
1 ,. n of 1409 Biarritz
tej died OWs 17
v ".
< erside Men
v.r.c here II.
n |g i 51 i
of the Miami.
ndatiou, and a
BBsah, A it
s, lempie FJmarru-
and Jewish )
' i fed as n:a

' rn Star
Louise WJse Umi
Program Oct. 27
'.-.. .,-;. Kite, pr
and presidebt ot
.
I gresi
es
L'ni
1500 Bay
pres-

LEGAL NOTICE
' elude two
an, of Mia:'
V V.l'k,
nehel, 'if Nc
ni< si and nephews.
Mrs.
f the
of r,'.7 SW
I Del n
h ? ,

IS
B MA
VI
TV
I Coral Oabk
W ber of
s irvived by hai
' sons, Stephen il
.ii.". het .
Uw Betver I
' n I r~..r and I D
mtk Barbara BraM ,
rvi. m were to-lit
' 'dn Fun-nil
'"' nt In Mt. ......

B
iNTHAl
!' ?V'Jl'J47"sw ,,Hn Tpr
, / came hers u
1 ', f W.st nnd mr*
'ewl8h Horn..
' \ceii, mem*. ,,r i<..,h
Norman llruoe
iv\\ AuTi liarj- 171, snior
' ;;" fi ".....ret s a voi.
uteteaeh-
,, r,i.!rn." :>" '"" wbn
'J,'"1-",1- I R tumarrtan H
n ,,.'.' '' """-
.,' ","""1' '"' for the I......,.
Miami she la
ohen ?'t ,,:,;''-''''- *
""{*. Mi* Evelyn s I-
R"th i:,,s, ,.!,.,i.
enthnl, m,- ra.
u "; Je-sss
i

Jay Dei
d v tionc peace-kei
rael.
A report on Ihe m '
lion in the MkttUt i ast LQ he
bj Mrs, Eva Blums ihair-
E '.'< i mi -I-- on i Intel na-
tional Affairs, who has just r '. on-
ed from Israel.
Loeai enurcn-state probienu
M reported by Mrs. N'ata Utal.
Beth Israel Ladies
To Attend Tea
Musical program entitled "SinP
Alon? with Mendel." written and
depicted by Mrs. Jickie Wein, was
portraye-i ot Tuesday, for mem-
bers of the Beth brae] Sisterhood.
Membership tea Qeqan at I i>m.,
at the home of Mrs Lyrsien li.sid
ring. 45t>0 Prairie Ave, Miami
Beach
Mrs. P"/Ui.s T3a*tacky MfVW <
memre".- chaif
is Mrs. paaH KflUro
MOT.CE BV ruELICAT.f.'J
IN THE CrBCt 'COUflTOf '-!
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUH OF
FLORIDA CJ <"iO FOR DAOE
WNTY s CHANCBI
N.- w C II8S
- MAN
I I.. '. y \,

VORCE
- '
KM
i pe hi '
......
him beet lied
. : | .. .
"
r ti
or bi !"..... the
\ ... i- .
: ,lt b>
i for tile
le Hill of Coin-
' puhlli hi I tinci
in ,\ ,. u>
- I IRIDI \.\
I I il IREI) at Miami,
. ol Oi tuber, A I
RMAN, Clerk,
lit <", ,'. I.......unty, Eloi i.i,i
) I.I SNEEDEN,
. I I '' j Cl(

.
r Pit .ntiff
10/81-28, ll 4-11
"t Dade County, Florida, i the
.in.ices of Dads County, and
same in duplicate ami .,- r -
vided in Section '::;. ih. Florin Stat-
utes, in their offices in th. nty
Courthoin in i i,ui.. Count), i.'
ii -..\ calendar months i i m the
ol He- first publication
the -nine win be barred'.
, Hate,| t OWOBSO, Mluhts 1, this
26th day u( s. ptember, ill
KII.KKN I HI.V.
As Executrix
I hirst publication of thin
- day of Octob< r,
11 nrj Norton
Attornej for Executrix
'lie Bids.
!^___________________ 10/21-is, --ii
\ IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COJRT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72593-A
IN RE: Estate of
. I'.' ISE ROSNER,
De eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn All and mi i
Ing Claln i i lemai
i-.-t.ii, .
'ou hen by notlfl. i
i i.i-i a to present any ail d
- u hlch you mas :..
tate ol Ri 18E ROSN 'H
of Dade Coun i
ii .' idgi .
.
I n .- -I....,
" the
\
calend
' ii 't the firsi
'.;
''
f October. A.I)
CRT \ R 'S!\l> .
1 r \. IU :
i.

i
.Miami
____

IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 72446-A
i.\ RE: Rstate ol
IKV. IN PARTEOYL
I.....
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Crediti i- and VII i. m li.-iv-
alma or mandi \-., usl s-ai.i
i:-i ite:
v.. are hi i by notified and r-
'i ilred to pr. sent any i ,1ms a ,! de-
mands which sou ma) have against
il ll:u IN H \ RTEl iVL !-
' asi 'I late ol ...le 'ounl (. Plot ..I .,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the s.,!i- in dupllcnti an I as
i a Si etion 7:58.16, n. rlda
Stal ites, in th. ir i. fiees in the in-
i 'aiie County, lli.r-
loa, ivlthin six i ilendar months from
the i me of the first publication here-
of, or the nan e ill be barred.
1' at M an i. Eli rlda, this 13th
day ,,| Ictober, A.I)
MARIAN UITTU5MAN
As Vdmlnlstratrlx
Flrat pubUcatlon ol this not!
hi st day of ictober, I960.
i. i.iiari! .1. Kalish
\tt' rne\ for Admin stiatrlx
1019 duHont Bide., .Miami, Ela.
18, 1! 4-11
ice on
NOT ICE UNDER
F1C 1 IT lOUS NAME LAW
IS HEREBY r.IVBN that
idi i ned, desiring to engage in
i indcr the fictitious names of
OOf) U/INO Ufi.VfJ and El'NG CHOI
wonu, -if,-. ,1 t, ., joB'd skv-
MOCK i-'()(H> MART at I3M N.W.
Sand Street, Miami. Florida Intend to
register said names vwti, the. I'lerk of
cult Court of Dade County,
i
Tw-w) W'tNV; U'ONO
FUND CHOI UuN'il
t0/21 -28, 11/4-U
ill .
"hen
hro-
Mtamt:
Hadassak Molds Ihiamtf r*
The M anil Beadi Easttnali chap-
ter if EatsWnii held i tea laat
week at the hMN of Mrs Watter
Shwttzer. 100-Aftlh SI Mrv: Matt
rice Cafin snoh*" a'svil bW rec^n*
trip to Lsj-*,-l
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
No BSC 11097
ELIZABETH MARY V' NO,
PhUntlff,
III'IRT A. YOITNO,
Pefendanf
ORDER TO APPPEAR
voi i Norbert a Young
(Hi Street, ixis Angeles.
i Mel treertlslng 8
v notified to file your aneirer I
till for divorce. with I '
ho Circoil Court," a r,d
on plaintiff's; attorney,
;'- 203 at ii i i .
Florida .on or he',,re ths 21st d ly
n N .v -*nh-r, 19M, or i a 'i v. II
i.e entered avatnnl von
Dated October 17, 1961
K ft MCATHKliMAr-r,
Cl irk of the I'.rr'iil i
(eal) lly K, M. i.v.VAi.
Deputy Clerk
10/ll-M, 11,4-u
JUNTY J^CT.E'S CO'JRT
IN AND FOR DACE COUNTY,
^. IN PRODATE
72539 B
IN RK
-
NO- C6 'O CREDITORS
'
ilia i lain -
'
'IUlle.1 |
'
di |- -.
Dade
1 >unt> an : fil<
- .
1 their offices In
..... ,,.. ,..
ty, Florida, within d .. n h
..... <
hereof, or the saim II be ba
i'at.,1 at Miami, F
da) ol October, A.D
SONYA l l.'i: :i ;
JOE JOSELEF8KY
f'o-Executors
First publication tie* on
he list day of October, 1966.
Mmon, Hays r!ru
' '-'' ,u,rs
301 Alasle) Bldg., Miami. Ha.
ii tl-M, I
IN THE COU\Tv JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA :N PROBATE
No. 71975 C
N RE: Estat*
MAE EL.IZAB TH TIERNBY
I.....
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All .. \|| |-..
ng I'll Inm : >, nunds A| ain l
titled I ic-
1 nri .i .'claim
ty h iu |
VIAK Kf.
I ..' le
L'S
-.' rile il i
II
fourth. i


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or tli
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY (IIVEN
the undersigned, desiring t.. engage In
huslm ss under the f ime ol
1 ORE ind/.ir Th C HOI : IF \a fttK
a] R rslde
Wlant Fter Is Hi tends I
later sal I nai u w th th l i.-r.
Franklin u Reenick
Atton .
'-':' n Rd U ami Beaeh, 1 .
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NOT'CE UNOEW
FICTi'.OOS NAME LAW
the und | to
.1.....::,
to regiat r id name v n i.,,. ciei*
of the Circuit Court >l Dade ounly
eatuscuND's m%
.. .^ :t h72rWa Corporatleri
vivix FARBMR
Attorney t'tr AppU
I'II2 Ainidry KjiWinij
li^.-n., Fiends
10,7-14-21-23
- JUDQI
I DA DE COI
* iv r-ROSATE
No. -?.-08C

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the 11st day of i tttober,
Sam Bimonnoff
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT"
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