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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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

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^Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
nine 39 Number 42
Miami. Florida, Friday, October 28, 1966
Two Sections Price 20 IN LITERATURE
"'wo Jewish
uthors Win
Tobel Prize
rrocK holm (jtai !
nuel yossef Agnon, Israel's
ling Hebrew writer, and Miss
ll> Sachs, a Jewish poet, nov-
and playwright, who fled'
I | many to settle in Sweden,
named this week as joint
tilers Of the .Nobel Prize for j
Lrature.
lot only were they the first
|rish writers to receive what is
arded as the world's most dis-
^uished literary award, but they
were both chosen for their
trayals of the struggles of the
rish people. The writers, who
re never met. will share the
^,000 cash prize which goes
the honor.
IThe citation for the Hebrew
ythor said he was given the '
Bbel Prize for his "profoundly '
riHracteristic narrative, used
convey motifs of Jewish life." '
he citation to Miss Sachs said
was honored for "outstand-
lyrical writing which inter-
nets Israel's destiny with touch-
rg strength." Mr. Agnon 78,
res modestly in a suburb of
? rusalem. Miss Sachs 75, lives
Stockholm.
1r. Agnon, who has fwice prev-'
sly been nominated for the i
Ibel Prize, said in Jerusalem j
at he probably would not go i
I Stockholm to accept the award I
Cause "my doctors won't let
He added he was happy
Jut the award "because the
No War Takes More
Courage, Says Eshkol
BARRY GOIDWATIR
worst job of politics
TEL AVIV (JTA) Premier
Levi Eshkol has stressed in two
weekend speeches the themes that
ond theme was in explanation of ner for the. 200 members of the
the present government policy to 12;h annual United Jewish I
exercise restraint in the face of peal mission. Mr. Eshkol em
the Arab attitude toward Israel continuing Kl Fatah guerrilla raids sized thai President Habib Bour-
was changed, and that "it takes into Israel, with strong Syrian I guiba. of Tunisia, was not the only
courage not to make war iminedi-j backing. Arab leader who has recogni I
ately on being attacked." The see-1 In an address at a farewell din Israel's existence. The Premier
added that the realization that
the Arab countries must learn ci
live with Israel "has started ta
| penetrate the thinking of a num-
; ber of Arab leaders."
Goldwater Learns Some Sense
About the John Birch Society
By ROBERT SEGAL
the politically-astute Republican
Barry Goldwater. who has learn-1 candidate for President has pre-,
..... I dieted that the 1968 Republican
ed the hard way to talk sense j convention wi be under conserv.
rather often, is out sounding the atjve contm|
alarm against the John Birch So-
ciety these days. ("I tell you, the; The objective here is not to
worst job of politics is done in' carp about honorable conserva-
districts run by the Birch people.") fives, understandably alarmed
Bui it should be noted also that about federal spending, inten-
NEGR0 ANTI-SEMITES ON VIEW
Susskind TV Show Hit
As Forum for Prejudice
Max Fisher, of Detroit, UJA
general chairman, pledged at
the dinner that American Jews
would "do everything in their
power in 1967 to try to *v*rt
Continued on Page 11-A
*
Dayan Feels
Israel Must
Strike Back
JERUSALEM (JTA) Direct
military action by Israel a..
Syria, to halt Syrian-based Ei
Fatah guerilla attacks, was a.i\
end housing discrimination in our | cated this week by many speakers
in debate on foreign policy in the
Knesset (Parliament), which was
sive centralization of govern-
ment, economic storm-warnings,
etc. Nor would we attempt to
tell any political party how to
run its show. Rather, the pur-
pose is to observe well in ad-
vance of the 1968 fight for the
Presidency that political ex-
tremism (a far more serious
matter than conservatism) is
plaguing both the Republican
and Democratic Parties and, to
a degree, threatening hard-won
civil rights and civil liberties
gains.
Riots, heartache over the bleak
outlook in Vietnam and the clear
evidence that the movement to
large northern communities has
become a major political issue are
NEW YORK (JTA) The erator. who said it was important a few of the many dramatic fac- opened
American Jewish Congress and I "t0 spotlight this infection"
the Anti-Defamation League of I Wi" Maslow, executive director
by Prime Minister Levi
tors stirring in the election pot. I Eshkol. The Prime Minister offer
Given these key current issues, let ed an immediate non-aggression
as will have to start taking an B'nai B'rith reported this week of the AJCongress. sent a tele- 'us note why concerned citizens pact to Syria, but warned that Is
|erest in me." their offices had been deluged Kranl ,0 station W'NEW. which
\gnon emi wit" lelePnone calls from persons broadcast the program, exprcssin
Born in Galicia. M
ated to Palestine in 1908 His "rotestln8 a local television pro-
Iny books range in theme from Kram called "three Ncgro an-
th Century pogroms in Poland ti-Semites." The program, "Ne-
groes and Anti-Semitism." was de-
Continued on Page 13-A fended by David Susskind. its mod
HISTADRU7 FUROR STILL UNSETTLED
Lavon Ouster Voided
TEL AVIV (JTA) The secretariat of Prime Minister
Levi Eshkol's Mapai Party adopted a resolution this week declar-
ing null and void the decision that ousted former Defense
Minister Pinhas Lavon from the Histadrut in 1961.
David Ben-Gurion, as Premier, pushed Mr. Lavon out of
bis post as secretary-general of Histadrut, the Israel labor
federation. Mr. Lavon began a fight to exonerate himself from
charges of being responsible, as Defense Minister, for a 1954
"security mishap."
The struggle led Mr. Ben-Gurion to split with his former
Mapai comrades, to denounce Premier Eshkol. and to form a
dissident party (Rafi) which unsuccessfully challenged Mr. Esh-
kol's leadership in an election this year.
that the station "rendered a dis
service to journalism and the
community."
He accused Susskind of "pan-
dering to sensationalism by
turning his program over to
three Negro anti-Semites. Such
discussions, far from bringing
the issue out into the open,
serve only to exacerbate ten-
sions and foment the advocates
of black power and white back-
lash."
A spokesman for WNEW said
that the station received about 80
calls after the program and that
only two were favorable. In his
defense of the program. Susskind
said: "The Negroes are the last
people in the world who should
hate, but the problem of anti-
Semitism in the Negro ghettos
does exist and it is time somebody
did something about it."
The three Negroes who appear-
ed on the program, all of whom
Continued on Page 10-A
need to study extremism more
carefully as the 1968 election
battle nears.
The victory of Lester Maddox
in the Georgia Democratic gubcr-
Continued on Page 9-A
rael would take direct action, at
a place and time of its own choos-
ing, if the guerilla attacks were
continued.
Almost all of the speakers, in
Continued on Page 6-A
High Court's Rights
Views Split Evenly


egroes Must Lead-NCRAC
NEW YORK (JTA) The
lational Community Relations
Idvisory Council endorsed this
|'ck a statement by a group of
fgro leaders, calling for reliance
pi peaceful means to achieve the
Wl of full equality for the Ne-
ro "in an integrated plural so-;
rety."
An Orthodox rabbinical leader |
meanwhile warned that the slogan i
"black power" and the reported
deterioration in Negro-Jewish re-'
lations should not discourage rab-
bis from encouraging support of
civil rights programs.
The NCRAC, representing the
nine national Jewish organiza-
tions, and 79 state and local
Jewish community relations
councils, endorsed the "Crisis
and Commitment" statement is-
sued recently by the Negro
leaders. The NCRAC statement
asserted that the rate of peace-
ful progress toward the goal of
full equality for American Ne-
Continued on Page 11-A
By Special Report
NF.w YORKThe United States
Supreme Court during its last tern,
showed a renewed tendency to di-
vide along liberal and conservative
lines, the American Jewish Con-
gress reported early this week
In its 10'h annual summary anil
analysis of the high court's civil
rights and civil liberties decisions,
the Congress also reported a risi
in the number of 5-to-4 rulings, net-
in:: that these too "adhered closel)
to liberal conservative lines."
In addition, the court's near-
unanimity in civil rights cases
since 19S4 was broken last term
when five out of 11 decisions af-
fecting racial segregation were
decided by divided courts, ac-
cording to the study.
Despite the reappearance of the
liberal-conservative division and
the Increasing frequency of split
decisions, however, the court ruled
in favor of individuals asserting
their constitutior.nl freedoms in line
overwhelming majority of cases,
the study indicated.
Of 45 civil rights and civil li-
berties decisions handed down dur-
ing the 1965-66 term, th.' justices
issued 36 rulings favorable to the
Continued on Page 8-A
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I'Jewisli fhridfiar?
Page 3-A
ti !? V. ifs
Drew Pearson At Ner Tamid Symposium Jan. 9
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\. and Mrs. Max A. Lipschitz receive hearty congratulations
:>n being named "Life Honorees oi Israel." Extending their
bngratulations (from left) are Mayor Arthur I. Snyder, of
5rth Miami Beach, Stanley Stein and Samuel Fox, chairmen
the Beth Torah Israel "Chai" Dinner of State, where the
Nations will be conferred upon Rabbi and Mrs. Lipschitz.
]ie dinner will take place on Saturday evening, Nov. 5, at
Diplomat Hotel.
Syndicated newspaper columnist
Drew Pearson will inaugurate a
series of three symposiums at
Temple Ner Tamid on Jan. 9 in
the temple. Murray A. Shaw, pres-
ident, announced Wednesday.
Pearson is well-known for his
column. "Washington Meny-Go-
Round," and tor his radio and
television programs, lie lias just
returned Erom an extensive trip
abroad.
Pearson attended Swarthmore
College, where he made Phi
Beta Kappa, edited the college
newspaper, and later became
associated with the American
Friends Service Committee to
supervise the relief program in
devastated Balkan villages at
the conclusion of World War I.
Mizrachi Women Set Party
Mizrachi Women of .Miami
Beach will hold a card party on
Monday. Nov. 7. 1 p.m.. at Kncs
cth Israel Congregation. Mrs.
Rachel Katz serves as president.
During the Hoover administra-, ters to Italy, and Food tor Bast
tion, he wrote an anonymous
book. "Washington Merry-Go-
Round," which later became the
title of his syndicated column.
Germany. He holds many awards,
including Father of the Year for
1948. French Legion of Honor,
and First Order Star of Solidarity.
At Ner Tamid. he will lecture
Pearson is responsible for the on "Behind the Crisis in the U
Friendship Train. Democracy i.ei Hie Bast."
A. C. fINES AT BETH SHOLOM SEC. B
$184,000 IN BONDS AT BETH DAVID SEC. B
lilial plans were completed for
Congregation Beth Torah Is
"Chai" Dinner of State at a
epiion lasi Saturday night giv
Iby Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Stein,
their home. 20(i0 NE 198th Ter .
Miami Beach.
Attending the reception were
mbcrs of the committee of
ts for the dinner, at which oc-
ion Dr. and Mrs. Max A. I.ip-
litz will be cited as "Life Hon-
?s of Israel." The dinner will
place Saturday evening, Nov.
the Diplomat Hotel.
Heading the dinner committee
Samuel Fox, who will serve
chairman; Dave Margulies
IW Card Party
?t for Sunday
Chai" Chapter of B'nai B'rith
omen will hold a card party I
Sunday at Washington Fed- :
1234 Washington Ave.
The event, featuring refresh- |
^nts and prizes, will begin at 8
Proceeds will benefit B'nai |
ith philanthropies.
Mrs. Elsie Givner serves as |
>'s and means vice president.
Flora H. Sinick. past pres-
. is party chairman. Mrs.
j1 Gaier heads the chapter as
sident.
and Mayor Arthur I. Snyder of
No. Miami Beach, honorary
chairmen; Stanley Friedman and
Irving Newman, co-chairmen;
Ewald Ziffer, president; Mrs.
George Goodman, president of
Sisterhood; and William Stone,
president of Men's Club.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Stein, who
were themselves honored a year
ago for their service to the con-
gregation and Israel, will be chair-
men of the committee of hosts,
which includes Mr. and Mrs.:
Ralph dass. Bernard Berman, Mi-
chael Rodjte. Raymond Bookman,
Max Brody, Prank Burs, Jerome Ca-
v.-ii. ESdwIn Chayt, Albert Cohen,
Morrla Datloff, Henry Diamond, Jack
.1. Diamond. William Dlekman, Shim
Dorfman, Jerry I ml mi. Matt Ettln-
t-r, Snmnel Feldtnan, Maxlmllllnn
l-vi'lst. in, Milton Fiit.l. Samuel Pox,
Stanley rrledman. Il.-m-y Ullhert, Ryl-
vi:i l ill ~li. -i-K, Al. rah. mi .1. i; ill.-lsini.
Joseph Golden, Morris Uoldfarb, Irv-
111- I ll.IllHll- 11. 1-1.1. i illlllKtl ill,
iirorio >;.....linn n. .lullu* i ;..i .ion.
Samuel i li ill" r, Ki n< si Herman,
1 "harli h I lei ih, Pi imk I lornKtcin,
Milton li..i ii-n ., i.ihiIv Kuntor, Jrv-
init K.i'. i s.....H. I K it s. hlmum, H. '/.
Kii -ill. 111 ; tl 111. KdWHIll K'l in-,nan.
Si kl.'S-l|.|\ 11 v in;, ii Kii.-;, i.
Irving Kuttler, Inline Lalinton, Harr>
l.a'nlt. it. Samuel l.eli. Ir\ lug I i
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rn> l..\.v, Paul Lew .... Alln-rl Mm i -
iff. l-'a. I Mil mil !. I >;n Mllixillli -.
.liili.ui N.i. I..n. Irving Newman, Ben
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I h'I. Louis I 'iii. ii-
Nalhan Recht, Han-) ReekHon, Don-
ald Kelrf, Nathan Uhiul.r. Mi ins
Roaeii, Seymour Rouen, Morton Roa-
enbluth, I'eter Rulielman, Solomon
Sandier, Sylvan SariiHohu, i'liarls
Hehlakmnn, Jennie Hchorr. Irving
Seldel, >'. L.on Shnllowny, Nell
sin. ir. .l.ooi, Sltverman, Helen II.
Slnaaiib, Richard Snelder, Arthur
Snyder, JoHeiih Snyder, Stunlej Stein,
Wynne st.iiisnvii.i. Alvln Stern,
William Stone, Vivian Welnhericer,
f'ella Wolf.,,n. .;,.,.it;,. Vochmowltx,
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Friday. October 23. 1966
+Je*vist Fhridian
Page 5-A
UTTERS TO THE EDITOR
Hami Will Miss its Noted Historian
POITOR. Th Jewish Floridian:
That Harry Simonhoff's trench-
nt ant! often provocative columns
ere published for so many years
The Jewish Floridian is indica-
ve ot the discriminating and in-
iependcnt caliber of your paper.
Ys a liie-time friend. I should ap-
ireciaie the privilege of paying
ribute to him in your publication,
rhert his byline appeared, to
|hmulte, to inspire, and, often,
infuriate his readers.
Eulogies, however eloquent and
ercepsive, frequently fail to cap-
jire the essence of the departed.
fhe awful finality of death, its
blemnhy and mystery, tend to
[lur and even to distort the real
nage. Trite pieties produce a
cchaiine portrait, hardly recog-
|izablt to those who cherish a
eent; recollection of qualities,
pculiar, rare, infinitely more
recious than conventional vir-
|es. Sentimentality tends to soft-
tne diumo't i-sharply-etched ]
utline of a man such as Harry
Imonhuff was.
Here was a man who scorned
Cheap popularity; who thunder-
Id, like a Jeremiah, against the
fake and fraudulent in our so
cial structure; who scourged us |
or our hypocrisy; who loathed ;
^he second-rate and superficial;
irho (,espisd the goddess of ,
naterial succtii. That purity of
Integrity, that voice, raised in
pourageous and often lonely op
Dsition to the easy and oppor-
tunistic course is silent now.
JKor r.'e. it will echo and reecho
kch time a mo: a! issue confronts
|e. Th? fierce arguments the vi-,
ent disagreements how they
111 be missed. A landmark of a
Ian. a rock to lean upon and beat,
ainst. is gone.
IThi jght, illuminating for me,
frsona ly. the treasures of our1
plization of ancient Rome,!
pot:- and philosophers. Shake-1
bare, :he Middle Ages, the Ren-1
Bsantt. an America the text-,
bok never brought to life, ofj
Jy own rich Jewish history and |
adition has flickered out, and
|e i.' poorer and darker as a
suit.
DOROTHY KRIEGER FINK
Miami Beach
TOR, The Jewish Floridian:
have read with great interest!
observations of Max Lerner in j
Oct. 14 issue of The Jewish,
oridian on the social if not po-
Heal condition of the American
p,'ro. I have lived among Ne-
es f'r more than 75 years in
South and observed their tai-
ls and accomplishments and he-
re 1 can speak on these things
Ith some authoritv.
Cedar's Gift Shop
las One-Day Sale
|At trie preChanuka sale of
erchandise to be held on Fri-
lly a' the Cedars of Lebanon
pspits! Gift Shop, aU gift items;
be reduced, and proceeds'
Dm the one-day mark-down will
> to the hospital
IMrs. Morris Blau is Lobby Shop
airman, and Mrs. Doran Zin-
f1 i* president of the Women's
uxiliary.
Mr. Lerner wonders that the
Negro's "heritage (is) different
not only in degree but in kind
from the experience of other im-
migrants, which still obstructs the
civil rights movement."
Mr. Lerner speaks of anti-
Semitism in America, and
charges that the fires of anti-
Semitism "are being rekindled
partly because of the Negro-
white race riots."
If Mr. Lerner had lived among
the people of the South for three-
quarters of a century as I have,
he would know what a rarity race
riots are in the South. I have
never witnessed one.
The Jews of the South have al-
ways been an integrated part of
the people from and before the
days when Jews fought in the
Confederate army. Mr. Lerner
should study the history of old
Southern Jewish congregations
and the tombstones of Confeder-
ate graveyards.
HERBERT U. FEIBELMAN
Miami
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
On Oct 7, you' carried a Wash-
ington column in which your cor-
respondent asked why Vice Pres-
ident Humphrey failed to draw a
parallel between Israel's plight
and that of Viet Nam in a speech
he delivered to the Jewish War
Veterans at their national conven-
tion in Atlantic City. He went on
to speculate that Mr. Humphrey
refrained from any such discus-
sion at the insistence of the De-
partment of State.
I have no desire to discuss
the alleged analogy in this com-
munication. I write to question
the fairness of drawing infer-
ences about Mr. Humphrey's at-
titude and motivations based,
not on what he said, but on
what he didn't say.
In Washington, we have always
been aware of Mr. Humphrey's
staunch friendship for Israel
going back to the beginning. In
1951, he went to the Floor of the
Senate to defend the first U.S.
appropriation to aid Israel's de-
velopment. Since that time, hu
has been the spearhead of many
major efforts to promote Israel's
growth and to safeguard her sur-
vival.
He has given testimony to his
interest, not only in the many
eloquent speeches he has madu
on behalf of the United Jewish
Appeal, Israel Bonds and a multi-
tude of Jewish and Israel cause.!,
but also by a consistent and vig-
orous record on Capitol Hill and
in the Executive branch of the
government.
I. L. KENEN
Executive Director
American Israel
Public Affairs Cmmrtta
Washington, D.C.
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Friday. Octcbe: 28 ;ggg
I
Dayan Says Israel Must Strike Back
Continued 'rom Page 1-A
condi Sovh

Sh

Hi
im. a co-

ith the S .-! L'nion
f its pi nci|
Gen. Moshe Dayan, a former
Chief of Staff, said Israel must
react militarily to halt the in-
cursions. He warned that, other-
wise, Egypt and Jordan would
rot be able to continue their
polices of restraint, and would
rot be able to restrain Syria.
He added he did rot believe
Israeli military response would
n-ear war. Several cf the speak-
ers expressed approval of the
ion of 'he Government in
placing the issue before the
Security Council.
the
': itzhak Harari. of the In
ent 1 ..thai
Prime Mil
I

- were
that 01

couid lead to Arab "recovery of

A ither report quoted the com-
mander of the Egyptian land
forces, at an Army Day rally in
Cairo ng that Egypt has
- ;n the Sinai Per,.
"looking forward to their missi
Israel." The military
leader. Gen. Abdel Mortagl u
hi- troop- "were equipped with
at weapons" as well a- with
;he latest types of amphibious
capable o; operating under
all conditii
Israeli officials reacted with
concern to emergency regula-
tions issued by Syrian officials
this week, providing for general
conscription to the "national de-
fense militia." Obsr_ver,s.. h/e
said that the conscription is
compulsory, and would result
in the recruitment of nearly
100,000 men.
ther

I car in
in upper
Syrian position
Azzaziat. The command car
.- driven along the >
track at 1 Syrian
-
Thi
horde: mem-
.....
but fierce em the
lurth Vrab
was wounded and cap
unad
The clash occurred when the
border pa'rol intercepted the
group of arr-.ed ir.f.lt 0--5 j-"
parently c ossll g irto Israel for
intelligence seeking purposes.
The fight took r'ace so--hwst
of Ra-n? Nafta 1, in "-- _p3er
Galilee, in im
Israel hand!--
tali dash
I -.
point of -tating thai
the new incident ali a
polil liploi
must be explored to r<
ini; of border tt-nsion-
Defense, Economy
Are Israel's Most
Pressing Problems
.
it Annual Israel Study Tour
group, sponsored by the Greater
.Miami Jewish Federation, has re-
t rni t to Miami fact-filled after
1 1 ... k- Ol travel in Israel.
most current pressing
p il lerr Mid Arthur S. Rosichan.
1 ectitive director of the Greater
v an 1 Jewish Federation, who
1 1 ted the tour, "is, ol com -
1 1 nl outbreak ol ti rrorisl
1 into Israel We were
11 n two "i these incidents
"One would think that the Is-
raeli reaction to these uprisings
woe Id be highly emotional
full of fear, worry, and recrim-
ination. But, actually, their re-
sponse isn't like that at all. Talk
to the man on the street, and
he'll tell you that the people in
Israel have suffered much worse
at the hands of their enemies.
He'll tell you that they are not
afraid. The Israeli peoplt. are pre-
pared. More important, the Israeli
people are assured certain that
the) will overcome, that this will
ith Israel a- the victor a
unoppressed nation."
The tour group noted that Is-
rael'* defense problem has affect-
the country's internal opera-
tion.- in many other ways. Israel
- more money of it.- gross
national income per capita for de
fens, than any other nation in the
world and. as a result, other prob-
lem- requiring funds for a fi-
nancial solution have necessarily
suff< d. The most obvious of
these problems is in the area of
social welfare primarily the
absorption of the many immi-
IDtS who are still ft hough in
fewer number- than years ago)
converging on Israel's shores
I-rael- L'reate-t threat to its
national economy, and the biggest
barrier to the absorption process.
1- tin high rate of unemployment
which exists there." Rosichan de
dared. The study tour group re-
porta that the reason for this is
the lack of exportation. Israel's
inability to get into the European
Common Market limits her ex-
portation rate far below her pro-
duction rate of consumer goods.
"In addition, the construction
industry in Israel, which for-
merly was a large employer of
labor, has now decreased to a
minimum. Fewer buildings are
going up, and as a result fewer
jobs art available. These com-
pounded factors, plus the con-
tinued problems concerning the
absorption of immigrants, are
probably going to require a
great deal of money, much more
than was required previously
by the immigration influx it-
self," in Rosichan's view.
About the only thing they are
building today are parking lot-.
the spokesman for the tour report-
ed Israels ci r from a tre-
mendous parking problem a
concentration of apartment
houses built on narrow street-
leave- no room for the parking
of car- The study group tour noted
that on several occasions, both day
and evening, they were forced to
-cout around for great lengths of
time in search of a parking space. ,
The group was particularly im-
pressed with the rapid strides Is- \
rael has made in educating her
youth. The opportunity for a high
school education is now much more 1
available than it has been in pre- ,
vious years. Although high schools
do charge tujlion. almost all'of'
the youth in the immigrant towns
do attend scholarships are pro-!
vided by the government, and
their attendance is encouraged. I
Having heard so very much
about the "two co-existing civil-
izations" in Israel the Oriental
and the European the tour
group was anxious to see what pro-'
grass, if any. had been made in
merging these two different cul-
tures into one unified nation of
Israelis. The tour members found
that progress has been made, and
is increasing daily Israel is at-
' tacking the problem by focusing
its efforts on the very young
the preschool age child.
The group witnessed the cele-
bration of Sukkoth and Simcha
Torah in Israel, which involved
dancing in the streets and sing-
ing.
Members of the tour were Mr. ,
and Mrs. James Cohen, Mr. and
Mrs. Morton Fellman, Mr. and
Mrs. Walter C. Kovner, Mr. Rob-
ert Krimman, Mr. and Mrs.
David Liebman, Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Margulies, Dr. and Mrs.
D. H. Spechler, Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Faske, and Dr. Lou Novack,
in addition to Rosichan.
The Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, sponsor of the tour, con-
ducts Miami's annual Combined
' Jewish Appeal campaign. CJA
: funds support over 10 local, na
, tional, and overseas agencies.
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Friday, October 28, 1966
+Jewisfi fk>ridHar
Page 7-A
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mons, asked what representa-
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received from firms in this coun-
try who do business with firms
in Israel, and wanted to know
what the Government was doing
about such representations. In a
written reply, Douglas Jay, a
president of the Board of Trade,
stated that he had sent no com-
munication on the issue to the
Arab League, and added:
"I have received representation -
from several members of Parlia-
ment on behalf of one firm ahead -
on the blacklist. In reply, I have
reaffirmed Her Majesty's Cover:
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outside interference with the free-
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Friday. Ctfobe: 23. l%g
High Court's Rights Opinions Divide
Continued from Page 1-A
invoking his const .tu-
t r. This 80 per cent fig-
i -e was almost exac'.ly the same
I portio) :> the favorable rulin -
during the two preceding tern--.
: 64 oot of 79 cases were oe-
, .J. favorably, amounting to 81
vent.
-.79 Bill of Riahu cas-
i ed -ince the American Jew;-h
i -: began is?uini its
:i 1957. the court has ruled
262 favorably for the individual
asserting his rights, and 117 un-
i. rorabiy, amounting to 70 per
(. -;
The American Jewish Congress
study analyzes the cases and the
opinions of the justices in terms
of whether they art favorable or
unfavorable to the individual as-
serting his constitutional free-
doms. This method of classifica-
tion is regarded as relatively ob-
jective. There is no assumption
that the person claiming vin-
dication of his rights is neces-
sarily justified in do>ng so.
Of the 45 cases covered in the re
p-crt. 21 were decided unanimously,
the study noted. At the same time,
however, there was a sharp drop
ir unaiiimoui rulings on civil rights
i.- -jes.
According to the analysis, "a
consistent pattern of unanimity or
near unanimity" had prevailed in
( .;i rights cases since the school
i.t^egregation decision of 1904
Li-t year two of the seven civil
i -.its cases were decided by di-
. rec courts. During the 1965-6C
term, it was disclo-ed. four of t!;e
court can deal with the fin*i
points without concealing the
diferences of opinion that are
normal to its operations.
The lessened need for unan-
imity may in turn reflect the
fact that the litigation process
is no longer at the center of the
arena of the civil rights struggle,
having given piace to legislation
and. even more, to non-legal pro-
cedure- "
The Congress study noted that
the presence of Justice Abe Fortas
on the high court had contributed
materially to its liberal com-
plexion.
Congress. It was prepared b>
Joseph B Robison. the Comn.is
sion's director, and Carol Weis-
brod. staff counsel Howard M
Squadron of New York is the Com-
mission chairman.
The liberal complexion of the
court showed with special clarity
in the \otinj record of the nine
justices. In descending order, they
compiled thi? record during the
1965-66 term in 45 civil lights and
civil liberties decisions.
Justice William O. Douglas
voted favorably 44 times and un-
lavorably once.
Justice Abe Fortas voted favor-
ably 36 times, unfavorably five
The study pointed out that Justice times, and did not participate in
Fortas voted favorably to the as- four cases.
Robert Greenes,
Sam Friedlands
Chair Mt. Sinai Ball
Robert Z. Greene. -. .-... an.
founder of Mount Si] spit|]
was reappointed chain; ,f ,|,e
hospital's sixth annual Ji .. na||
by Leonard L Abes: :..m
Serving with Greei : t^
third year as CO-chairrna: -.viU be
his wife. Nancy. Mr and Mrs Sam
Friedland will join thi 3^ co.
chairmen All are foul rntm.
bers of the hospital.
The ball, on Saturday
will be held in the Di; at H
tel's new Beaux Arts fj : Ball-
room.
1
serted right 36 times, unfavorably
five times and did not take pan
in four other cases, placing him
clearly in the liberal wing of the
court and among the most li-
beral of the Justices in that wing."
The study also compared the
voting record of Justice Fortas
with those of his colleagues and
with Justice Arthur J. Goldberg
whom he replaced at the beginning
Tase'by the"m7jor.\T7ithough of the 1965-66 term.
According to the study, the re-
AMBASSADOR GOLDBlfG
no significant change
11 civil rights cases were decided
In split decisions.
A fifth case was decided by a
vote of 5-to-O. with four justices
disagreeing with the disposition of
not dissenting from the result.
Commenting on this latter de-
velopment, the American Jewish
Congress study declared:
The increasing number of split
decision? in civil rights cases sug-
gestt that the court no longer finds
a special need to maintain un-
animity in this area.
"With basic constitutional
principles relating to segrega
tion and discrimination settled,
and a nationwide consensus
reached on the moral issues, the
JFCS Breaks Ground for New Building;
S.W. Structure Includes 6,000 Sq. Ft.
Dada County's oldest voluntary
welfare agency, the Jewish Family
and Children's Service, has broken
ground for a new $75,000 center in
Miami's Southwest section.
The 6.000 sq. ft. building, a one-
story structure of contemporary
design, will be located at 1790 SW
27th Ave. SAC Construction Co.
It :he contractor and Reiff Asso-
ciates, the architect and engineer
for the project, which will take
. ; roximately four months to
i lete.
Jewish Family and Children's
Service, an affiliate of the
u>ied Fund of Dade County
and Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, last year handled cases
involving nearly 2,000 Jewish
families in Dade County.
Founded in 1920. the agency car-
ries on a multiple program of mar-
riage counseling, homemaker serv-
ice, foster care, infant adoption, a
special home for emotiona'.ly-dis-
turbed boys, service to the aged,
and other functions.
JFCS also is a member agency
of the Welfare Planning Council
of Dade County. Family Service
Association of America and the
Child Welfare League of America
The agency currently occupies
offices in downtown Miami and
Miami B?ach.
placement of Justice Goldberg
by Justice Fortas has not brought
any significant change in the
alignment of the court in civil
rights and civil liberties cases.
Our studies of the preceding
three terms had led to the conclu-
sion that the appointment of Jus-
tice Goldberg had given the liberal
wins a clear 5-to-4 majority." the
report noted "That majority -till
exists The higher rate of favorable
decisions that began when Justice
Goldberg was named to the court
in 1962 has continued with Justice
Fortas on the bench."
Th study of the high court's
196566 rulings in civil rights and
civil liberties cases was issued by
the Commission on Law and Social
Action of the American Jewish
Chief Justice Earl Warren
voted favorably 36 times, unfav-
orably six times, and did not
participate in one case
Justice William J. Brennan
voted favorably 37 times and un-
favorably eight times.
Justice Hugo Black voted favor-
ably 36 times, unfavorably eiaht
times, and did not participate in
one case.
Justice Byron R. White voted
favorably 27 times, unfavorably 13
times, and did not participate in
five cases.
Justice Tom ciark voted favor-
ably 29 times and unfavorably 15
times and did not participate in
one case.
Justice Potter Stewart voted
favorably 29 times and unfavor-
ably 16 times.
Justice John II. Harlan voted
favorably 22 times, unfavorably 22
times and did not participate in
on*- case.
I he led in
but ac< ding t0
Invitations *j
the near future.
Greene, table reservati' i
ready being made. State
"This function will c i
for the hospital and the
ity 17 years of sharing
sponsibility of helpin;
are al-
ireene.
morate
immu&i
he re-
a 1 who
come to its doors It is h ed that
we will renew old frier. ipj and
make new ones for M : Sinai
Hospital "
CARIB P MIAMI
MIRACLE! 163 St.
Minyonaire Ladies
install Officers
Oct. 11, the Sisu h
': Minyonaires Synagogue in-
tailed its newly-elected offi
and members of the board for
i coming year.
Mrs. Louis Cohen conducted
i- installation ceremonies for
following:
''. -dames Rose Ogrodnick. pres-
ident. Lillian Ciment. vice pres-
Ident; Anna Vusko. second vice
1 resident; Sadie Weinberger,
treasurer and financial secretary:
Dcrotny Soroka. corresponding
secretary; Rose Chernotsky. re-
c cing secretary: and Anna Bas-
kow, sunshine chairman.
Following the ceremony, a mus-
leal program was presented by
Ctntor and Mrs Ix>uis Cohen, and
Mrs. Ogrodnick was honored in
appreciation of her service as
:ent during the past year.
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Page 9-A
Goldtvater Learns Birchism
Democrats open campaign headquarters in Miami Beach.
Photo shows (left to right) Mrs. Joseph Malek. Mayor Elliott
Roosevelt, Mrs. Leon Sirkin, chairman of the Beach county
committee, and Irvine Spear, chairman of the Dade County
Democratic Executive Committee. Headquarters are at 1688
Meridian Ave.
Dade Employ Handicapped Committee
Names Thompson Outstanding Volunteer
William G. Thompson, chairman i
el the B'nai B'rith Employ the
Handicapped program, has been
r.amed "outstanding community
\olunteer of 1966."
The citation to Thompson was
made by the Dade County Employ
Ihe Handicapped Committee at its
annual award dinner Oct. 6 at the
Everglades Hotel.
Thompson, of 12300 No. Miami
' ,< is no newcomer to his major
(rest.
For 11 years, he has worked
in handicapped employment pro-
prams. His special interest is the
blind, and he has extended his
activities to an Usfate area.
Thompsons activities began in;
1955. when he launched a job-
r anting project for the blind, and
succeeded in placing 22 persons.
Hi has since prepared instruction
hits and organized employment
projects throughout the southern
??ates.
Today. Thompson is alarmed by
the number of blind youngsters
soon scheduled to face the labor
market, and he is busily engaged
in organizing parents, teachers
and counselors into planning
groups in order to meet the prob-
lems ahead.
For Thompson, finishing a pro-
ject only means starting all over
again. Year after year, he's a year-
round volunteer.
Continued from Page 1-A
natorlal primary can be taken as
a starting point. That Georgia
would give a political opportunity,
to this segregationist nonenity is:
far more alarming than the suc-
cess of George Lincoln Rockwell
in bouncing back into Ihe spot-
light through participation in the1
Chicago disturbances. The nom- j
ination of another political oppor-1
tunist. George P. Mahoney, for j
governor of Maryland is nearly
as depressing as the support for I
Maddox. These disastrous devel-
opments naturally give impetus to I
the third party movement already
undertaken by Alabama's George
C. Wallace.
And if a shrewd and tough
campaigner like Wallace doesn't
catch fire, the disgruntled on the
' right will have other choices. The
"1976 Committee," powered by
William J. Grcde. Milwaukee in-
dustrialist and key Birchman, is
making noises in the direction of
an Ezra Taft Benson-Strom Thur-
mond presidential ticket. But why
wait until 1976? Mr. Grcde and
his wealthy backers are already
distributing such irresponsible
books as McCarthy's "America's
Retreat from Victory" and Storm-
er's "None Dare Call it Treason."
Formation of the "1972 Com-
mittee" was inevitable. Behind
it on the steps of history, one
can see the old Liberty League
and the star-spangled American
clubs stitched into our political
Ivsiory. And tagging along with
f/ir. Grede's coalition are such
right-wing units as Constructive
Action, Inc., Martha Roundtree's
Leadership Foundation, and a
collection of lesser bodies. For
those who must have red raw
meat on their political diet,
there is the Patriotic Party,
dreamed up by Robert B. De-
Pugh, a Missouri drugmaker
whose Minutemen have been
out practicing guerilla warfare.
This is not because DePugh and
his disciples think the Red Chi-
nese army is coming but be-
cause Ihey are convinced they
may yet have to take on Amer-
ican liberals in a hand-to-hand
combat.
When you leaf through the
scrapbook on 1966 extremism, you
also note several other indices of
unrest. In California, this takes
the form of CLEAN (California
league Enlisting Action Now), a
club organized ostensibly to get
smut off the newsstands but more
likely to get embroiled in polit-
ical contests in a direction not
hard to predict.
In New Jersey, some of the
Young Republicans went on a
political bender not long ago and
embarrassed the healthy-minded
members of the parly by spinning
off as a group of Hal Finks who
made juvenile tunes about "shoot-
ing all the kikes and about those
fellow Americans they term "nig-
gers." In many states, a related
kind of carelessness has l< d
greedy souvenir shops to make
fast money selling iron crosses and
German war helmets to innocent
kids who can't he expected lo
know what harsh memories these
trinkets evoke.
This tour started with Birr
Goldwater; and with him it will
close. The Arizonian, who pro!
ably will be going back to tl.
Senate soon, has openly ind.
cated his small regard for John.
Birch Society leaders at worta
in more than 300 Congressional
districts. But this doesn't mean
he has discarded his interest ir>
the activities of prominent right
wingers.
Two months ago he met with
leaders of four groups clearly well
right of center to help coordinate
j their fund-raising activities. With
action of this kind by the most
recent presidential candidate of
one of the two major political
parties and with the elevation of
Messrs. Maddox and Mahoney by
the state apparatus of the other
major political party, who can
\ conclude that social, economic and
political progress is assured in
America?
Nurserymen Meet Here
The Dade County Chapter of the
Florida Nurserymen and Growers
Association held its regular
monthly dinner meeting at Galla-
gher's Restaurant last week. Jack
Clark, president of the National
Association of Independent Bus-
inessmen, was guest speaker.
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Friday. October 2: 1966
JACQUES TORCZYNER IN NEW TERM AS PRESIDENT
ZOA Confab Learns High U.S. Intent
NEW YORK (JTA) The
Zionist Organization of America
called on the United States Gov-
ernment this week to '"continue,
its firm stand in the United Na-,
tions opposing Syrian agijresMon
against Israel" and urged the
U.S. Government "to press for di-
rect Arab-Israel negotiations to
translate the armistice agree-
ments into treaties of peace." In
resolutions adopted at the con-
cluding session of the organiza-
tion s 69th annual convention
here, the 1.000 delegates also
commended President Johnson
and the Administration for their
decision to sell arms to Israel and
correcting the arms imbalance in,
the Middle East
Addressing the convention. Dr.
Emanuel Neumann. honorary
president of the ZOA. and a mem-
ber of the executive of the Jew-
Susskind Show
Under Heavy Fire
Continued from Page I-A
work in Harlem, were Arthur
ams ., studei I at Sev York
Unit Mrs Rose Hayes, a
- m ki ai anti pov-
> : gran imar Ahmed.
*ho was not idi One of
thn d thai Jews had
thi- United into
tim< All i xpressed i
r whites in and
for Jews in partic
RABBI REELECTED
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spir-
itual leader of Temple
Emanu-El, was reelected to
a second term a.< national
vice president of the Zionist
Organization of America at
the ZOA's 69th annual con-
vention in New York City
this week.
Social Singles in Dance
B"nai B s held
Saturday, it p m .
p Hotel.
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ish Agency-American section, de-
scribed the current Syria-Israel
crisis as "extremely dangerous
"No one expects that Israel
can or will allow acts of sabo-
tage and murder of her citizens
by infiltrators from Syria or
any other country, to continue
without taking effective mili-
tary action," he declared. He
asserted that Syria "is today
the only Arab country offering
aid and comfort and cooperation
to the Palestine Liberation
Army, which is openly designed
to provoke an all-out Arab-Israel
war. This would definitely fit
into the pattern of 'guerilla
wars of liberation,' which are
part of the revolutionary pro-
gram of international Com-
munism."
Another address, calling for di-
Arab-Israeli peace negoti-
ations, was delivered b) I's Sen
William I) Proxmire. Wiscon
Democrat. Harrison Symmes, Sti te
irtment director of Israel-
Arab affairs, told the convention
that the I S A rejects allegations
the best
recina
for
g\ folks
purporting that Washington in-
tends to become a major supplier
of arms to the Middle East. On
the contrary, he declared, the
United States would be first to
welcome cessation of the arms
race in the Middle East region.
Jacques Torczyner. who was
unanimously reelected president
of the organization, announced
that the ZOA would launch what
he described as a "broad and dy-
namic" program, in cooperation
with major rabbinical and lav-
Jewish bodies, in an effort to com-
bat the "rapidly-rising tide of cul-
tural disintegration in this coun-
try." In anotlter resolution, the
delegates called upon the Soviet
Union "to restore its Jewish cit-
izens to a position of equality with
all other nationalities in the prac-
tice of their religion and culture
.i- well as permitting the reunit-
ing of Soviet Jews with their rela-
tives in Israel and elsewhere."
Plans were also announced at
the convention for the establish-
ment of an academic high school
at the Kfar Silver Agricultural
Training Institute, in Ashkelon,
Israel, which is maintained by
he ZOA. The school will be
named in honor of Mollie Good-
man, late wife of Abraham
Goodman, national chairman of
ZOA activities in Israel, who
contributed S150.C00 of the
S250.000 needed to set up the
new facility.
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"Courtesy and safety should be
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Page 11-A
No War Takes Courage
Left to right are Abe Solosko, Samuel Norkeen, and Morris
Minov. co-chairmen of the Morton Towers Leadership Com- I
mittee for the 1967 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign, who {
will hold their first planning meeting at 12:30 p.m.. Friday, in 1
the Morton Towers Restaurant. They will discuss Morton
Towers participation in the Hiah-Rise and Residents Division
of the CJA drive. The annual campaign, which is conducted
by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, supports over 50
local national, and overseas agencies.
Negroes Must Lead >
Civil Rights Struggle
Continued from Pag* 1-A
qrots "must be accelerated
dramatically to reverse the dan-
gerous drift toward polarization,
social disorganization and viol-
ence."
The NCRAC said it agreed with
the Negro leaders that they could
not achieve these goals alone bul
only through "a coalition of all
group! and individuals, committed
to tin attainment of equality, un-
der law and within the American
political system." On that basis.
the N mac pledged its member
at ions to "full cooperation"
in bui ding and maintaining such
.i coalition.
The orthodox spokesman, Rabbi
Rmam el Rackman. assistant to
Ihc president of Yeshiva Univer-
sity, also said rabbis should in-
i'mm their involvement in the
war against poverty, even to the
extern of urging congregants to
"welcome the necessary heavy
taxes as a privilege rather than
a burden." Dr. Rackman spoke at
the 23rd annual Yeshiva Univer-
versity Rabbinic Alumni Conven-
tion in Monsey, N.Y.
He said that rabbis should rec-
ognize the advocates of "black
power" were referring to the
"power of the vote, not violence."
lie said that statements by such
advocates that they wanted Ne-
groes to run their own movements
should not be "exaggerated" by
Jews. Such statements, he said.
Were made "in the same voice as
Zionists in Israel, who have com-
plained that American Zionists
are interfering in their affairs"
Continued from Paqe 1-A
the danger of two Israels" a
normal society, and an under-
developed one. The mission,
which has just'tompleted a 12-
day tour of Israel, was enter-
tained at the dinner given by
the Premier, in the presence of
a half dozen Ministers, Amer-
ican Ambassador Walworth Bar-
bour. Chief of Staff Itzhak Rab-
in and other Israeli officials.
Eshkol said that, though he was
"not eager for war, it took "more
courage not to reply immediate
Ij to severe provocation, bul that
Israel could not tolerate further
aggression from Syria. He said
that, "though it is not difficult
for the situation to deteriorate
into war, we have to be strong
enough to try out all other
means."
Eshkol told the UJA mission,
led by Mr Fisher, that the UJA
could help -pied the winning of
peace in the Middle East by speed-
ill'-: the absorption of Israel's new-
comers, particular!] from Asian-
African countries. He praised the
UJA for establishing its new Is-
rael Education fund a special
campaign outside the regular
drive which, in two years, ha- pro
vided nearly S14.000.000 for the
election of 29 high school-, youth
centers, libraries and other edu-
cational institutions. These, for
the most part, are being built in
Israel's immigrant development
towns, where Eshkol said. I hey
will serve to help young immi-
grants of Asian-African origin
bridge the "cultural Rap" which
now separates them from immi-
grants of European and Western
origin.
The American Jewish leaders at-
tending the farewell dinner, in
addition to Fisher, included Ed-
ward Ginsberg, of Cleveland; Is-
rael Fink, oj Minneapolis; and
.lack IV U'eiler. of New York, all
UJA national chairmen; Rabbi
Herbert A. Friedman, UJA exe<
ut:\ e vice chairman: l.ouis liroido.
hi New York, chairman of the
Joint Distribution Committee; Al
hert Parker, ol New York, and
!'!iillip Stollman, of Detroit.
bers of the UJA execul
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division chairman, and Mrs Hairy
l. Jones, oi Detroit, national vice
chairman of the Women's Divi-
sion; and Gottlieb Hammer, of New
York, executive vice chairman of
the United Israel Appeal
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Friday. October 23, 133Q
nQeii
V
ions
s<
ervices
J his \AJeel2cnd
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
AGUDATH ACMIM. Lombardy M.ref
8335 Collins Ave. Orthodox.
---- ----
AfluOATH ISRAEL 7801 Cariyte Av.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever
------------ m>
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA
TION. 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morris Barr.
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Emanuel Kushelwita.
president. Cantor Sol Pakowitz.
---- ----
ETM DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
servative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Caitor
William W. Lioeon.
Friday 6:15 and 1:15 p.m. Kabbi Lan-
dau will dlacuH Ell Ginsberg's I
"Keeper of the La\w." New mem-
'. r families will !>.- Inducted. Bal
llttsvah: Donna, daughter >f Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Bhrens. Saturday 9
a.m. Sermon: "The Torah Lesson."
Bar Mltsvah: Steven, son of Mr .mil
Mi*. Jerome LundY. Mim-hn .*. p.m.
---- ----
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho
dox. Rabbi Solomon Setvff
Friday 5:10 p.m. Baturdaj 8: JO a.m.
Sermon: "Abraham's Mia* on Mil -
cha ." p.m.
ETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Berel Wem
Frida> 6:40 p.m. Saturday I a.m.
Sermon: "Appearance* ind Apiuirl-
tlona
------a
BETH JACOB. 30' Washington Ave
Orthodox Rabb) SHmerveki' T
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamchea.
- a------
BETH KODESH. 11C1 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Raobi Max
Shaoiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-An.
Saturday B:46 a.m. Sermon: "A Firm
Legacy." 4:sn p.m "Portion of Lav
5:M pm. "The Lord Doe* Appear."
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservat.ve
Rabbi David Rosenfetd. Cantor Sey-
mour Hinkes.
---- ----
BETH SOLOMON. 50 NW 51st PI.
Conservative. Rabbi Aharon M. Feier.
Friday R:15 p.m Sermon: "Eyesight
and HeartslsTht." Ones Shabbat hnst-
ad by Mr. and Mrs Nathan Sad Ilk
m honor of daturhter-In-law Bernlce's
birthday, Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon:
Portion of the Week." Mincha 5:30
p in.
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky

BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer.
Friday 500 and 8:15 p.m, Sermon:
"la It Bacrellgioui fi r th. Faithful
to Ihjubt?" Baturdaj i.i liar
Mirzvah: Jerome and Leslie, sons of
M' ami Mi.- Morris Lnaar; Jeffrey.
CANOLEIIGHTIMG TIME
14 Heshvan 5:22 pan.
son Of Mr. and Mrs. I>
haber, Mincha 5:S0 p.m
nar.l F1I-
3'NAl RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Jack Lerner.
Prldaj 5:13 p.m. Sermon: "Abraham
Confronta Modt-rn Paychology." Sat-
urday B:S0 a.m. Mini-tin .'.:1.'. p.m
---- ----
CUBAN HEBREW CONOREOATION
OF MIAMI. 1242 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Oov Rozencweig.
---- ----
FT. LAUDERDALE JEWISH CEN-
TER 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd
Conservative. Rabbi Philip Chaiton.
Cantor Theodore Mindich.
Frlda.v v'." p.m. Sermon: "Do w.
:n Maaol."
fT LALOEROALC EMANUEL. 1801
S. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard V. Leviton. Cantor Jerome
Klement.
---- ----
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER,
126 E. Hallandal* Beach Blvd. Rev.
Paul Oeutsch.
------a------
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
Kiii ~..t: p.m. Katurdaj : a.m.
Mincha 5:30 p.m
- ----
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heiibraon
--------
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Dria.n. Cantor William B. Nussen.
sen.
JAC03 C COHEN COMMUNITY!
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
--------
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
I rldaj '. .3 I p.m. Saturday > ::>i a.m.
Sermon "Where is Sodom ami Go-
morrah Classes in Talmud and
Ethics or the Fat!.. '- i 8:10 p.m.
----
LUBAVITCHER MiNYAN, 800 Wash.
HEBREW LESSON
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3*3 *tfpa .rvpnn rnotfarj I
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psr-is? nVy 1908 m?ra
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nna? npay by ,njyr) n ',
-njnjn jyo1?. fcrjlpi pita |
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-yiyrj by r'^an nrnnonn i
.IfJ^Tf")Bta onasn an
"an ,Tn ps3nT-T> |Q1
pxa jv? -rrpia Vaa aitfn
rm,ayn^3)?7|8(pij6-p,n3i '
-pn nx arm niaivrji niann
.npjaa ftp njia :
Joseph Schprintzak ,
Joseph Schprintzak was known
in Israel and abroad as the Father
of the Knesset. He acted as chair-
man of the Knesset from the day
it was founded until the day he
died.
The members of the Knesset of;
all parties loved him. believed in
him and respected him. He was a
scholar, intelligent, cordial and I
peace loving. Joseph Schprintzak
was born in Moscow in the year,
1885 into a well-to-do family. His1
parents moved to Kishinev (Be-|
sarabia) and finally settled in War-;
saw (Poland). He was still very
young when he began taking an'
interest in the fate of the Jewish
people. He was still a young boy
when he organized a youth group
ington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abra-
ham Kerf. Cantor Ernest Field.
---- ----
MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Modern traditional. Max
W. Temchin, presisteett. Cantor Louis
Cohen.
e -----
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr |
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man.
Saturdav 8iS0 a.m. Sermon: "Why
Such a Fuss Over the Blmllm: of
la&ac." Bible claaa 4 p.m.
--------
SEPHARDIC JEW.SH CENTER. 845
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nan ,
mias.
K In) ." p.m. Saturday K:30 a.m.
---- ----
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
E. Caplan.
Pi'lda) illh p.m. Oneg Shabbat serv-
Ice t:15 p.m. Sermon: "White and
Black Power." H.ist>. Mr. and Mra
Siam.-> Keatin. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
' mon: "Th? Jewish Imprint." Mincha
ilia p.m.
---- ----
TEMPLE AOATH YESHURUN. Con
aervative. 102S NE 183rd St., Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky.
Cantor Maur.ce Neu.
Friday vi". p.m. Sermon: "The Truth
if the Matter." Saturday B I.' a.m.
Bar Mltxvah: b'canley, eon "f Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Adelman. Mincha
d p m.
---- ----
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 S. Kendall
Dr.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
- BO p.m. Saturday 10:43 a m,
Bar Muzvah: Alan. >.in if Mr. and
Mra. William Wyaockl,

TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S 14th Ave Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
Frldaj B:lfi p.m. s-'.-mon: "Crime in
Our I'iti.-" baturdaj ii a.m Bar
Mltavah: Charlea, eon < Mr. and
.\.r.- ii..w.u.i Btuaeman.
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL. 1 545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Cantor
Saul H. Breeh.
---- ----
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Er-
nest Steiner.
--------
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Raboi Leon Kronisn
Cantor David Conviaer.
Prlda) vi". p.m. Rabbi D nlel Fran-
zt! *it: apeak on "The Meanlnaa
c.i Peace."
--------
TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8tn
St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 N 22nd Ave. Conservative. Cantor
Abraham Reiseman.
Friday v:i" p.m. at 1*817 SW 2nd
Ave on L'S 441 uneg Shabbat boated
l> Slaterhood. Saturda) :( BO a.m.
Parent-children family aervlce.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
Priua) o:45 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.
First trade students of the Solomon
Schechter Day School and week-da)
Relixlous School will lie consecrated
and present a cantata entitled "The
Wisdom of Torah." Saturday : a in
vil" Sabbath dedicated to teen-users
and parents. Sermon: "The Jew
Throunh the Eyea of the Gallup Foil."
---- ----
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot.
---- ----
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIRAMAR
3500 SW 69th Way. Conservative.
Rabbi Irwin Cutler.
Friday V15 p.m. Sermon: "What
Orthodox. Conservative and Reform
Rabbis Believe."
TEMPLE JUDEA. 5500 Granada Blvd.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morns Kip-
per.
Friday B:15 p.m. Pulpit uent. Harold
Jaffer, member of the board of trus-
tees and past secretary nf the
temple.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturdav 9 a.m.
Sermon: ''Portion of the Law." Bar
Mltxvah: Jeffrey, son of Mrs. Irene
Pines.
---- ----
TEMPLE NER TAMIO. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Laoovitz. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
Test of Life Needs
Bible Knowledge
.am men
; t
by 'K3X'3 p.#-f inai p|
H331 wipxa AM* orjij
,D3n-T5^r3 n9 sin .m,K
15v .Di^y aniK-i '?# ,^9
nj^a napoia? fiu p?3n?T*
inin .nygK nt)1fs) ,1885
-nrn (njanoa) air^p^ nay |
.(rrj>9) ny-jia rjioa^ nfz !
~\VK3 IKS Wt B*B Kill TEMPLE or""OLOmT Conservative
~" r 'T V 8755 SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi
oyo hui rjiw?i Hw I Ma
"3 ^y3 fly a^n Kin .nirrn
-lap ^-i^'-fiKa ]ji-)tt tyi
in Eretz Yisrael and called it
"'Techiyah."f .
While yet in Russia itself, he be-
came devoted to Zionist work, and
was arrested b^ the Russian police.
Only with great difficulty was he
released.
In the year 1903. Schprintzak im-
migrated to[Eretz Yisrael. "He
fought together with the other pio-
neers of the^tftotsd Aliyah for He-
brew work B,Erct7. Yisrael. and
for a strong labor movement.
Joseph Schprintzak was an import-
ant member of every Zionist in-
stitution in Israel and abroad, but
above all his other various activi-
ties, he loved his work in the Knes-
set.
Published by rh*
Britti Ivrith Olamirh
By RABBI ALEXANDER GROSS
Th* Hebrew Academy
The story of Abraham's readi-
! ness to sacrifice his only son.
j Isaac, known, as the Akeda. has
I been and remains a classic in Jew-
| i.sh martyrdom. Our rabbis have in
! corporated this
! incident in the
daily prayer-
book and com-
manded that it
be given-prom-
inent position
during the
Rosh Hashona
service.
Abraham v.as
exposed to many
tests. His will-
ingness to sac-
rifice his dear-
est hope to the
Almighty was
considered the '"
sternest test given to him. It was
the ability to control and to dis-
cipline his mental and emotional
! state in the service of the Al-
i mighty, which has granted him the
crowning title as the father of our
people.
This epic story contains a chal-
lenge to all generations and to
modern man.
The Creator, the Universal
Educator, administers daily tests
to each individual. Realizing the
potential of the human being, his
weaknesses, his strivings and his
interests, the Almighty gives in-
dividual rather than group tests.
We may not be able to pass an
Abrahamic test, but we are given
tests on our own level
All life is a test in fact, an
important exam. The vicissitudes
01 life, the trials we face daily, the
reverses we encounter, the temp-
tations to which we are exposed,
all are part of a welldesigned

Tfcii page is brepated In ca>
; operation trirh enr Grearcr \(j.
I ami Rabbinical AstOCMtion.
Coordinator of ffaturn jp.
pearing litre u
DR. MAX LIPSCHITZ
f jpirituai leader of Beth Tortk
-- Congregation of North Miaisi
Beach.
achievement and personaliU te<
It is these tests which make u>
more sympathetic and more on
derstanding people. It i- these
tests which make us aware of ox-
strengths and weaknesses, .inj if
is these tests which measure
great potential, and achievements
as Jews with a Divine task in hu
tory.
In order to pass those many tests
given to us daily, we must know
some of the questions and be pa-
pared with some of the item-, to be
asked. A juvenile and watered
down knowledge of Torah. ignor-
ance of Jewish values, indiffer
ence to the needs of our peopl;
and a distortion of historic Ju
daism will hardly guarantee a
passing grade. Periodical cram
ming and a pediatric approach to
Torah is a positive failure
It is the Akeda which forged
Eternal Covenant between '
mighty and Israel. It in possible
that if Abraham had conceivably
not passed this test, our role M
the chosen people would not lue
been divinely assured. In th-;
words of Abraham, we musl
dare "Hineni."" signifying that we
are well-prepared for an> l< -
has to offer, and that we are re I
for the many challenges in
for us.
iKiiPtyiniciil _/elev
i~ion
v.
rOCjrvTrlls
Oct. 30 Ch. 10. 11 a.m. "The Jewish Worship Hour
Guest: Rabbi Jonah Caplan.
Oct. 30 Ch. 710 a.m. "The Still Small Voice "
Host: Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz.
Topic: "Discipline or Permissiveness
The Problem of Youth."
Nov. 1 Ch 2, 9:30 p.m. "Man to Man."
Participants: Dr. Irving Lehrman,
Father Donald Connolly. Rev. Clarence Yates.
Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Pierce.
Topic: "Dust to Dust."


Iph G I i x m a n Cantor Herman
rchbein.
TEMPLE SHOLOM. 132 SW 11th Ave.,
Pompano Beach. Conservative. Rab-
bi Morris A. Skop Cantor Leon
Segal.
---- ----
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Marius Ranson. Cantor Chet Qale.
Prlda) vi:, p.m at Washington Fed-
eral, 'r> NE isTth st. s..i in..ii
"Judaism's Qreal Dream."
--a
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 stkl
4th Ave., Hialeah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
Prlda) 8:15 p.m Saturday : aim.
TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Waa Ab-
raham .t Real or Ueajondary PaeaonT"
Saturda) >:M a.m.
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Ser-
far. Cantor Ben Dickson.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wernick.
YOUNG ISRAEL. Wo NE 171at St
Orthodox. Rabbi Shervvln Stauber.
---- ----
YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
1542-44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Naf-
Uli Porush
Synopsis of the Torah Portion VAYERA
Abraham welcomes the three angels into his tent.
"As he-*i-Bi^he tent door in the heat of the day: am' h*
lifted up fits eyes and looked, and, lo, three men stood over
against him" (Cen. 18.1-2).
VAYERA God appeared to Abraham as he sat at the door
of his tent in the- heat of the day. Lifting up his eyes. Abraham
beheld three men (actually, angels in the form of men). Abraham
ran toward them, took them into his tent, and treated them
hospitably. One of the angels foretold that in a year Sarah would
bear a son. The other angels went on to Sodom to destroy the
city because of its wickedness; only Lot, Abraham's righteous
nephew, was to be saved.
God revealed this plan to Abraham, who pleaded that Sodom
be saved for the sake of the righteous persons living in it BUJ
it turned out .that Sodom could not be saved there were 0*
ten righteous persons in the whole city. Lot was saved, an
lived in a cave. There his daughters bore him two sons: Benamrni.
or Ammon, and Moab. In fulfillment of the angel's prophecy.
Sarah bore a son, who was named Isaac.
When the lad grew up. God tested Abraham's devotion by
bidding him offer Isaac as a sacrifice. Abraham prepared to car >
out Gods bidding; at the last moment, an angel intervened, aim
Isaac was saved. Abraham had passed the hardest trial of an.
This, recounting of tho Weekly Portion of rha Law i* *
tractod and based upon "Tho Graphic History of the Jewish
Heritage edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher
Shengold, and tho volume ia available at 37 William St.. New
York S, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume
is Joseph Schlana.
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Triday. October 28. 1966
*Je*ist Ikiridliicir
Page 13-A
Cohen to be Man of Honor at Bureau
Of Jewish Education Dinner Nov. 20

.'osoph Cohen, retiring president
I he Pureaii of Jewish Eduea
ion. will be "Man of Honor" at
1he Bureau's 25th annual dinner
Nov. 20 at the Diplomat Hotel in
Hollywood. Salute to Cohen will
be presented by Dr. Irving J.
lthrman. of Temple EmanuEl.
Cohen, president of Federal
Young Judaean
Unifying Theme
. Young Judaea, at its national
summer convention held at Camp
irl Yehudah in Barryville, N.Y.,
has announced that the theme for
1*66*67, "Toward Unity and Cre-
;i:ivity The Zionist Approach
u Jewish Life," will be used by
?.(nior Judaeans throughout the
country in club and regional pro-
tramming.
Young Judaea, sponsored by
Hadassah and the Zionist Organ-
. ation of America, offers the
'hcme as a first step toward a
1 a n g i b 1 e cohesiveness among
' norican Jewish youth.
Saralce Newman, programming
vice president of Southern Re-
gion of Senior Judaea, said that
Zionism thinks of the Jew as a
'icmber of a people a people
ith a responsibiltiy for the well-
teing of one another a people
:ncerned with the building of
Jewish communities a people
<:xh a motivation to live a Jewish
"We are members of a Zionist
youth movement, and we must
^:ize our responsibilities. Not
I< > ,-,re we concerned with the
li'\elopment of Israeli society, but
I. a with the development of our
Ik mmunity the American Jew-
I.'.', community."
packing Co.. served for a term of
4 fo,ui years, a* pr*ident of the
Bureau of. Jewish Education, and
is a vice president of Temple
Emanu-E). and member -ef- the
board of eovernors of Beth Jacob
Congregation.
Cohen is also an officer of
the Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy, and is active on the
board of governors of the
Greater Miami J-wish F-Her-
tion. He is a life member of
Brandeis University, participat-
ed in the establishment of the
Rabbi Irving J. Lehrman Chair
of Modern Jewish History at the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America, is a supporter of the
campaign fr. free secondary
education in Israel, and is ac-
tive in the- Bonds for Israel
campaign.
Cohen is also a recipient of the
National Community Service
Award ol the Jewish Theological
Seminary.
Cohen and his wife have been
residents of Florida since 1944.
Cohen is a member of the Ma-
sons. Shriners. and Odd Fellows.
The annual dinner will be
chaired by Leonard Zilbert and
Albert E. Ossip. newly-elected
president of the Bureau.
Music will be provided by Irv-
ing Pietrack and his orchestra. A
feature of the evening will be a
musical program presented by
Mr. and Mrs. Nico Feldman. Feld-
man now serves as cantor of,
Temple Mcnorah. The program j
will also include a dramatic nar-'
rathe. The Bureau Marches On,"
written by Louis Schwartzman. ex-
ecutive director of the Bureau.
and riirected by Mrs. Tri\ie Levin
Two Jewish Authors
Win Joint Nobel Prize
Continued from Page 1-A ed in 195'J. which deals with the
to modern Ufetg Israel, He has j g,ightt of. ,h(\ Js und*r Hitler.
l L f *t I She too has been a strong candi-
S. J. AGNON
Art Exhibition
At Beth Shoiom
A "double-barrelled" art exhibit
opened with a reception in honor
of the artists on Sunday evning, at
the Beth Shoiom Art Gallery.
Ted Clarke, local artist, is ex-
hibitinp graphic wood cuts on Bib
lical themes.
Another prominent local artist.
Peri Fleischmann. is exhibiting oil
paintings.
The Beth Shoiom Festival of the
Arts, sponsored by the Beth Shoiom
Sisterhood, tendered the reception
for its sponsors and patrons. Mrs.
Seymour Silvcrman is president of
the Sisterhood. Mrs. Jonas Brot-
man and Mrs. Harry E. Wolk, are
co-chairmen of the Festival of the
Arts, and Mrs David Drucker and
Mrs. Jack M. Fink are co-chair-
men of the Temple's art commit-
te.
written much about life in Jaffa
in the period before World War I,
and about Jerusalem after World
War II.
His admirers believe he has
caught in his writings, all in He-
brew, the feeling of the Jewish
dream which changed the ancient
homeland of the Jews into the
modern state of Israel. Some of
his books, including "Two Gales."
and "In the Heart of the Seas,"
have been translated into English,
German and 14 other languages.
His Hebrew style has been de-
scribed by critics as both inimit-
able and immensely appealing.
Miss Sachs, widely known in
Europe as a novelist, poet and
dramatist, has won some of the
Continent's leading literary
awards. Her works art in Ger-
man.
One of the best known is a nov-
el, "Flight and Change." publish-
-------------------------------------------_
Spinoza forum Meeting
"Philosophy and the Social
Problem" is the theme of discus-
sion by lecturer Dr. Abraham
Wolfson at Thursday's Spinoza
Forum. Sessions are held every
Thursday from 10 a.m. until noon
in the Washington Federal audi
torium. 1234 Washington Ave.
date for the Nobel prize for many
years.
and Coi^o/it
CUW qijoMieid
(Die Exotic Gnrhf its
MIAMI MIAMI BEACH
CORAL GABLES HOLLYWOOD
FT. LAUDERDALE BOCA RATON
!uring the week ...as i see it
Continued from Page 4-A
I'ading country should be required to do all this because a group
(f infantile Betarniks decided to play diplomat.
Prime Minister Eshkol. replying to the questions of newsmen in
.'?-rusalem, called the incident "unimportant, stupid and childish...
which deserves no further comment." But he was merely speaking
tor Israel the right the Betar youths tried to preempt. He could
;:fford the luxury of his cynical amusement, for the Betar outrage
in fact had nothing whatever to do with Israel. It was merely the
thetto's shudder. Not so for the U.S., or for Ambassador Goldberg;
for the Arab leaders had suddenly and gratuitously been given a
iliverting instrument.
That old desert fox Ben-Gurion certainly must have had cause
to laugh. He has long insisted that diaspora Jewry's condition is
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'.966
Today's Thought:
By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
LBJ Squires 9- Year-Old Around White House
UUHAT A remarkable man is
" that Lyndon Johnson! How
oes ho endure the tension? How-
does he retain his humanness un-

Everyone feels a proprietary
ii! him, because almost
for him.
So we Mm 01 about him:
bmit our own criticisms oi what-
hi
I won't join the chorus of those analyzing him.
- about him. for I don't
know him that well. With respect In those analyses.
1 believe everything the writers say. What 1 don't
accept are their conclusions.
But I.I5.f did something recently thai is so typi-
cal, that I point out, not that I think he'll ever
know what I say. hut as a means of making ibis
plea tn you.
When a young girl wrote I.B.I a note saying
how much she would like to see him anil the White
House, the President instantaneously responded and
the first thing thai nine-year-old and her family
knew thej were in the While House receivi
personal tour bj the President himself.
By:
MAX LERNER
American Jews Learn Pain of Freedom
THE PRICE of freedom is pain, wheth-
er the freedom aimed at is for your-
or others a truth that the Amer-
ican Jew is discovering these days some-
what ruefully. Like other Americans he
is involved now in two controversies
be Viet Nam war and the civil rights
lution and in both of them he is
in in a crossfire.
This comes to mind because ol the present tempest
i the remarks that President Johnson is supposed
to have made or not to have made in discussing
he Viet Nam war with Jewish leaders. The President
as tx en expressing surprise 'so we are told) at the
.'it to which Jewish organizations have joined the anti-
war protest; given their experience with totalitarian
imes, he feels, they should understand the American
effort to help a small country fight for its life against
Communist aggression; and the President feels he has
a right to say this to the Jews because he has so con-
(latently aided Israel.
There is a sizable debate on whether the President
CapHol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Colonel in Viet
M1
|EN LIKE Col Melvin Garten
are annoyed by allegations
that Jews are inadequately in-
volved in the Viet Nam war. He
is a living proof that this charge,
made by self-styled super-patriots
is unfounded.
Col. Garten, 44. is a patient at
Walter Reed Army Hospital. He is
recovering Irom wounds sustained near Tuy Hoa,
Viet Nam. where he commanded a battalion of
paratroopers. He left a foot and portion of his leg
in Viet Nam.
General orders No. 3096. Headquarters. U.S.
Army, Viet Nam. described the reasons for the
award of the Second Oak Leaf Cluster to Gartens
Silver Star. The citation described how Garten "dis-
patched the battalion's anti-tank platoon to clear
a section of the road north of Tuy Hoa. One
vehicle of this platoon struck a mine, destroying
the vehicle and injuring two men seriously."
Garten, 'knowing the road to be mined, moved
forward with the security element of a recovery
crew to personally survey the area and make an
estimate of the situation. At a point two kilometers
short of the point where the first vehicle struck
the mine. Colonel Garten's vehicle hit another non-
metallic mine that had been cleverly planted in
a cut in the road. The blast was of such magnitude
that the vehicle was hurled into the air. ripping it
virtually in half, and injuring all occupants."
Garten "suffered severe injuries on both legs,
and a concussion that left him in a coma. Garten
had insisted in moving to a dangerous vantage
point with the full knowledge that he could have
remained behind without fear of censure. Gar
ten's thought prior to becoming unconscious was
for the welfare of the other wounded, His unim-
ichable valor hostili force wa in keep-
with the highest traditions ol the military serv-
ice and reflect edit upon himself, his unit,
and the Unite St Army."
\ lieutenant colonel at the time the action oc-
curred. Garten was shortlj thereafter promoted to
lull Colont 1
l((::' as a few and as a professional
soldier, the Colonel said il was a fact that should be
tlized by now that Jews, no more and no less
than other America! are struggling and dying in
the Delta, highlands, jungles, and swamps of Viet
Nam. Tin> can be found in Garten's own loist
Airborne Division or the First Infantrv, the
First Air Cavalry. ,and otherr combat units.
Garten, interviewed in his modest hospital room,
feels that today's army no longer sees Jews as
Jews" but as individuals judged on their merit
as men.
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actually said this or was misinterpreted and misquoted.
Maybe he didn't and maybe he was. Vet it does have a
characteristic Johnson ring. Lyndon Johnson is a grass-
roots politician who bestrides the world seine He feels
nio*t at home in face-to-face sessions when- he throws
In- record at you, tells you what he has done for what-
ever it is you care about, and asks why you don't return
the favor. As a person-to-person persuader, he specializes
m horse-swapping and quid-pro-quoi Bui despite the
myth about the trading genius of the Jews, this doesn't
in the present instance sit well with them.
Where the President went wrong, and what he fails to
understand, is thai the Jews are extremely sensitives in
this area. By the bitter experience of their fellow-Jews in
Germany and elsewhere they have been made wary of
any group label because they tear it leads to group libel.
Among the rights and privileges of being Americans
they want two things the right to apply pressures as
on Israel and the Arabs), but also the right to dissent if
they wish (as on the Viet Nam wan.
Are these incompatible? The American Jew doesn't
think so. Along with his strong commitment to the fate
of this fellow-Jews, whether in Israel, Germany. Argen-
tina, or the Soviet Union, he has a fierce passion for his
own freedom in America. He has learned to value the
freedom all the more because of the bitter experience of
Jews who did not and do not have the freedom of dis-
sent under totalitarian regimes. He wants freedom either
to support the war or attack the war, standing in both
cases on ground other than that of being a Jew. He
doesn't want a President, even one whom he generally
supports, to treat him as part of a package deal under
a group label, reminding him of the Administration sup-
port of Israel and asking for payment in kind.
It is good for Lyndon Johnson to encounter this as
part of the education he is conducting in public. However
he may talk to labor leaders, industry leaders, Negro
leaders, he has now found that there is a special sen-
sibility of the Jews which makes it impossible for any
President to talk thus to Jewish leaders.
But this is a less important phase of the Jewish
situation than the crossfire in which the Jew is caught
in the civil rights revolution. After a number of years
in which the fires of anti-Semitism have seemed all but
dead in America, they are beginning to glow again. The
crossfire comes both from the Negro poor and the white
lower-middle class or rather from the hooligans and bully-
boys of the extremist movements in both.
This crossfire is likely to grow further before it dies
down. I don't say it will become a full fledged anti-Se-
mitic movement. The good sense of white and Negro
majorities, Protestant and Catholic alike, is bound to
counteract the bigoted passions of the tiny minorities.
And in the process there will be grief.
Wonderful: But in the course of thai tour -he
President, according to the article 1 read,
over the three-year-old in the family.
What did the President do" What n |
do He made a b>'- tsimmes over the yo
That's a terrible habit How do
older children feel when they watch il
tion made by adults, whethei parents
or strangers, over the b ibj '
How can they help feel jealou-" A:
the babj done to merit so much fuss
I wonder why adults, who do this kind
out of what they think is affection, an
li -
Whenever you confront a group
fuss over the oldest. It the littler ones
can always say that you will give ih
tention when they grow older When
aren t around, then you can kootchie-koo
But you can't expect the older ones I
ward to being babies again so they i
the object of the gushing affection ac
babies.
I'm content in most departments to
den Lyndon. I think he will guide us to
to a better society. But I wish some
him how to act in the presence ol ,
children It's a lesson that many adult-
Our film Folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
Comedy of Life
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TONY CURTIS told is
' him comedy is the
of life. He feels that it
to dwell on the screen only on
the unpleasantness of life but
rather essential to g.vc people an
uplift from the dreary' daily
chores.
Whenever he worked in a
straight dramatic part, as he did so brilliantly in
"Sweet Smell of Success," he accepted the rule be- aV
cause there was nothing else available to him ai ui*
the time he adds to us, with a twinkle in his "'ftn
eye. Not all of his comedy assignments came off ^E
well, he admits, citing as a miserable failure his
performance in "The Great Race." in which he was
made to look silly standing around in a white suit
without having anything to do in the movie.
He says that he had envisioned his part entirelj H
Of. I
Ol
clay
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different from reading the original script But his
current release. Warners' "Not With My Wife, You
Don't," shows him in great form as an all
comedian and romantic lover, especially in a silent
take-off on an Italian movie, in a film-will
film, though the yarn once again is featherlighl
and nonsensical.
Our press conference concerned Martin Ransob-
off's "Don t Make Waves." currently bi fore the
cameras at Metro-Goldwyn Mayer, from the novel.
'Muscle Beach" by Ira Wallach. which is
reeled by Britisher Alexander Mackendnck who
guided the memorable "Tight Little Island. "The
I.adykillers." and Tony's "Sweet Smell ol Success.'
Mr. Curtis introduced his co-star, the Italian beauty
Claudia Cardinale and both of them answered
questions.
the
IN
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAl
Answering the White Backlash Today]
and
THERE IS the white backlash now, no
mistake about it. A year, two years
later than most people predicted, the
reaction against the Negro revolution
has set in; the less restrained Stokely
Carmichael has taken char-,, ol the
Student Nonviolent Coordinating Com
mlttee, and the equally-vigorous Floyd
McKissick has become national di
tor of CORE. "Black Power" is the term c>.
Kl
"What we see. shining through the variety ol ''-
(about black power') is not anything new bul
old problem of power and race which has fa r
loved country since 1619 "The fundain
tion facing us in the controversy about 'toll I
rooted in .. gro-.s imbalance of power and col
responsible for the widespread, though Olti
assumption that white people are justified in -
they want through the use of power, but '. H
Americans must, either by nature or bj
407 1
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And millions of good people, while and black, are deepiy make then appeal only through conscience
worried. lessne-s b..... a race of u ;gars We
with a situation where conscience-less powei H
less conscience, threatening the very foundai
nation We deplore the oven violi n
we believe il i8 more important to focus
sources of these eruptions. These sources
inside the ghetto, but their basic causes lie '" !
and covert violence -which white middle class \
fliets upon the victims of the inner city."
No lack of answers1 if people will listen We
"drawn the white noose" about the black slums '
far. far too late to appreciate how deeply the I"'"0
distrust sinks into the psychoses of fellow v;'''' ,
with dark skins when discrimination, undereinpi"in '
No lack of answers if the opportunity comes, of human devaluation, and unconscious arrogance ""
course. The National Committee of Negro Churchmen part of the majority in society hammer at their nen -
have perhaps the most eloquent answer: incessantly.
Practically all of us who like to study and speak
and take action concerning racial injustice have been
given our walking papers. It is made char to us that
we can siav oui of the Black Ghetto until summoned.
("Don't call us: we'll call you.")
And the expected reaction in the Jewish community
booms into our ears. Let me quote from recent fan-mail:
It gripes me to hear of individuals like you speaking
in temples to Jewish organizations, telling them how
much they should exert themselves to the improvement
of the Negro community. You should awaken before it's
too late." How can I answer? The letter is unsigned.
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11TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 10965
DAVI) UENNETT,
Plaintiff,
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BARA BENNETT,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: BARA BENNETT
7.19 8- N'ormandl, Avenue
Los Angele* .",, ('alifurnia
Y-.I ARE HKUHHY notified that a
< nmplalnl for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you ar, hereby re-
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to the ('oraplalnt on the Plaintiff's
allotn. y. LESTER ROGERS, whp
address Is BOS N.W. 14th Street, Mi-
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of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit in and
for Qade County .Florida, on or lii -
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in default ,.r which the Complaint will
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BATED tins 13th daj of October,
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'eal' Bj : K M.. I.Y.MAN
I >eputy Clerk
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
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No. 72446-A
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
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No. 71083 A
In RE: Estate of
LENA UARIIFSK V
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NOTICE TO CREOITORS
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NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the und Igi d desiring to ena i(i
In business under the fictitious namr
of RONET JEU'ELER* at 2301 Col-
lint Ai. n .. M Beai h, Floi Id i
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County. Florid i
SIEOMI N'I'S IEWELERS, INC.,
a Florida Corn .ration
MARX FARBER
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1012 A :-.. Bu
10/7-14

NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni.tiii: [s I QIVEN thai
the un i. sisTtn desiring to
in husltiesr under I hi fli til
n POT \i hui flodfrej
Itiaid, Miami Beach, Florida, Inlemb
to reiclsti i .- Id n...... v th th, i 'l, ii.
n' the fin ui Cnii i of Dade Counts
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HIE(SMI'ND'.S JEWELERS, INC.,
ii Florida 'oi aoratlon
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Friday October. 1:
Omt
Y*or
NORTON TIRE CO.
OKN 24 HOURS
OPEN SUNDAYS
5300 N.W. 27th A*,.
Going on a vacation?
Avoid the
State of Confusion.
A little confusion over where to go on your
Tacation trip is one thing. But the confusion that surrounds
buving the tires that'll get you there is another thing.
With "ply nonsense" to the north. "Tread pattern*'
to the south. "Miracle compounds" to the east. "Cord
angles" to the west. Before you know it. you're going around
in circles and you haven't even left your driveway.
In most tire stores you need a compass just
to get from the front door to the salesman.
At B.F. Goodrich -the straight-talk tire people-
all you need is a Tire Value Calculator... and you're
on the road to the right tire at the right price.
iNo confusion. No compasses.
Wherever you go, start out on the right tires. It's
A cinch if you let B.F.Goodrich be your guide.
The straight talk tire people.
B.E Goodrich
NSP-"*
BFG neb
ENJOY YEAR ROUND
SAVINGS AND
SPECIAL CREDIT TERMS
AT THESE
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Hadassah Group Plans
Show for Youth Aliyah
lira Henry Gilman. chairman Mrs. Philip Kroskin, of Norfolk,
Youth Aliyah for the Torah Va., a member of the national
Blip of Hadassah, has announced board of Hadassah, and former
ii plan? are complete for the president of the Seaboard Region
nual Youth Aliyah pledge of Hadassah, will be guest speak-
icheon to be held Monday noon, er. Mrs. Kroskin has visited Israel
b 14. at the Miami Springs several times and has had per-
llas Playhouse. .sonal contact with the Youth
ninth Aliyah is one of Hadas- Aliyah movement.
s major fund-raising activities, As an added feature, a fashion
funds raised through the pro- show. "Going Places with Torah."
.. are used for the care and will be presented by Roal of Mir-
mat ion of children brought into acle Mile, with professional models
nel. showing the latest in fashions.
Mrs. Kanner to Head
Southeast Sisterhood
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MRS. AARON KANNtR
Mrs. Aaron M. Kanner will be
installed as president of South-
east Federation of Temple Sister-
hoods in Jacksonville during the
nth Southeastern regional bien-
nial convi ntion Oct. 28 to 30.
Mrs. Kanner has served as pres-
ident of Greater Miami Section.
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en, and of Temple Israel Sister
hood, vice president of the South
east Federation of Temple Sister-
hoods and South Florida director
for SEFTS.
At present, she is serving on
the board of the National Federa-
tion of Temple Sisterhoods
Also attending the convention
representing Temple Israel Sis-
terhood are Mesdames Morris E.
Greene, president; Joseph Bulbin,
pasl president; Clifford Newmark.
administrative vice president;
Rhea Gladwin, membership vice
president; and Jerome Rado, vice
pi esident.
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by ISABEL GROVE
Ewie Roth homo on Norman-
Idii- Me from an extended vaca-
tion which started when she and
| Da\ id flew to Chicago in
September to celebrate their
vedding anniversary al .i
|dinner for family and friends
Ten days later. Dave re-
turned to Miami Reach, but
|] ie accompanied by Myrtle
holz, jetted to London
|\vhere they were joined by Mi-
Toba Sandach and Edna
for an extended European
IJaunl Shopping and sight-
eeing fared about equal!) as
the intrepid travelers covered
countries in 21 days Ports-
"' call included Paris. Amstei
dam, Rome. Monaco and several
t"!>s in Switzerland. Spain and
Portugal.
t-
Friends of Many Levy sorry
!" learn that he is back in St.
Francis Hospital, convalescing
following surgery.
And baby makes three for the
former I.inda Shein and Jerry
sman, now living in Atlan-
ta, who have been parents of
Pamela Maurine since Oct. 22
The buxom little Miss, who
hed in at over 8 lbs., is
happy news to local grandpar-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Maury Shein
and Mr. and Mrs. Barncv Weiss-
man .
A son. Steven Aaron, born to
Dr, and Mrs. Martin Paul Hap
paport on Oct. 4, joining 3-year
old sister Karen Now living
in Heidelberg, Germany. Dr.
Rappaport la serving there with
the U.S. Army Medical Corps
. Grandparents of the new-
comer are Miami I'.eaehites Mi-
ami Mrs Joseph Rappaport and
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Cohen, of
Coral Gables
"The time of our lives" is the
waj Fannette and Hud Rifkin,
of Miami, describe their recent
Stay in Vienna, Austria Their
first trip to the Continent, and
the Rifkins were entranced by
everything To them, the
buildings were all works ol art.
the surrounding countryside
looked like a tapestry, the peo-
ple cordial and polite, the food
superlative And the exquis
itc cut crystal and charming
petit point articles they brought
hack with them will help to
keep their happy memories alive.
Product of two local schot Is,
the Hebrew Academ> and Vies-
ivta of Miami. Joseph II. Weiss
has been named editor of "Tem-
po," a newsletter for undergrad-
uates at Yeshiva University in
New York City The publica-
tion keeps students apprised of
campus activities and event- ol
interest in the "Rig Town" .
Son of Mr. and Mrs Moses Weiss.
2230 NE 172nd St.. 19-year old
Joseph has also been named di-
rector of the student informa-
tion center at Yeshiva College,
the U's undergraduate school of
liberal arts and sciences for men
where he is a sophomore.
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Temple Judea's Rabbi Morris
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TJewisjh Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, October 28, 1966
Section B
Wearing the flapper costumes of the era in
which the musical comedy, "Fiorello," is set
are four of the 47 members taking part in the
show. Pictured left to right are Mrs. Evan Ol-
ster, Mrs. Cliff Suchman, Miss Rose Diaz and
Mrs. Norton Segal. Produced by Stephen
Corner and directed by Eleazer Greenstein.
the play is scheduled for Nov. 12. 19 and 20
at Temple Beth Am. 5950 N. Kendall Dr.
(See story, Page 6-B).

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Start sparking it's the most outi joy-
ously flattering way to shine after dark
right now! Here from Burdine's sizzling
silverwear collection of after five dresses
and formals: silver A-line rimmed with
rhinestones at neckline and sleeves.
8-14. $60 Also available in formal
length, $70-
after hours shop, third floor
DOWNTOWN MIAMI (at all Burdine'l stores
except West Palm Beach)
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LEUKEMIA POSTER GIRL
She Enjoys Life Like Anyone Else
ur Snyder proclaims Oct. 30 to
Asthma Days in North Miami Beach
urges support of the annual drive of
:in Chapter and North Dade Chapter of
ren's Asthma Research Institute and
Hal. Left to right are Mrs. Harry Hersh,
co-chairman; Mis. Leon Garfinkle, chairman;
Mrs. Robert Fishman, president, North Dade
Chapter; Mayor Snyder; Mrs. Robert Herbert,
president, Peshkin Chapter; Mrs. Herbert
Siegel, chairman.
'Y' Readies Hobby Classes for Senior Citizens Here
Senior citizens don't have to re
tire and mope around the apart
mentf\< <;<:
Now, senior citizens may parti
cipate in hobby classes offered bj
the SM and WIIA of Greater Ml
^Hsoo s\v
Members of the Golden Age
Frtaad-slnp Club meet for a hobbj
claaar on Mondays from 12:45 te
3:30 pi. Here lliey are lam hi art
mosaic tile, and patch quilt mak-
ing.-
^ft- Esther Gordon teaches art
whikBmosaic tile decoration i
taugtt by Max Drosd. Mrs. Mary
Nidlch conducts a class in quill
matins
Members will be instructed on
how-ta>knit by Mrs. Rose Kasscr
Mri. Sadie Kra\itz and Mrs. Flor-
enca Rosenbaum will assist by
teaohing mah jonss. card playing.
and game instruction.
Drama -essions will be offered
Tuaadays at 11 a.m. From 1 to 2
p.m., folk dancing will be taught.
Instructor are Mrs. Rita Schoen
berg and Mrs. Sarah I.evine.
^ge instruction will be pre-
sented by Morris Golumbeck Tues-
days from 1 to 2 p.m. A discussion
group will be held the same day.
led by Howard Faber, from 2 to 3
p.m.
Jack f'alcliman will review how-
to-plif-golf every Wednesday at 1
POL
,
H 'Y' will hold its annual
Brship games night on Satur-
day, No v. ,r). starting at 8:30 p.m.,
is the Mam Ballroom of the 'Y.'
Proceeds of the evening will go
to the 'V scholarship fund, which
oung Dancer
Receives Award
Hna Aronson 17, a senior at
B Coral Park Senior High,
gas been dancing and acting
for laany years, has received a
merit award
from the Dairy
Council of
South Florida.
Daughter of
Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Aron-
son, 8621 SW
12th St., Donna
won an award
at Coral PaYk
last > e a r f o r
h er wo rk in
school musical
a n d dramatic
programs. She
is a member of
t h e Merry-Go-
Players, and is currently in
rella." and rehearsing for
|ng role in "Snow White."
is president of the Modern
Club at (oral Park and of
lal Honor Society, Thes
Pen and Sable art honor-
ed trench Club. She won an
from the University of Mi-
>r dance.
Dairy Council has a contin-
Wgram to honor meritorious
people in Dade County.
I Aronson
lakes it possible for needy young Paul Rheingold, assisted by Mrs
ters to use -V facilities, said Paul Myron M;nks gif, ..,.., chairman;
askc. president. ,, ,, ,,
.... Mrs- Howard Heyman. treasurer.
Event is sponsored by the three Miss Jeanne Trattler. cashier chair
Y branches including the V SOC man; Mrs \,ui.,.,s liUlr|. ,_,-,
al su,les- chairman: and Mel Jackson, games
Chairman for Hi,, activity is Mrs chairman.
What may begin as lack of vi-
tality and anemia when red blood
cells outnumber white might be
described by the medical profes
sion as a "fatal, yet treatable dis-
It's called Leukemia.
Cheryl Wise, a first grader at
a Hialeah elementary school.
looks like any other child. B ll
nee; she must live
from da] to-day on ai re it
in ord r to live," said a
friend.
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' thanl s to medical re
commented Mrs, Rona
Schaffer, a member ol the Dade
Count] Leukemia Society. "A
partj is planned in her honor.
open to Dade Countian ," she
added.
For Cheryl is Dade County's
Leukemia Society Poster Child.
"She was chosen two years ago lie
cause she has lovely, appealing
features Never did she give up
her fight for life." Mrs. Schaffer
said.
Pretty blonde green-eyed Cheryl
will be entertained at "her"
party Oct. 30. at 2:30 p.m., in
Dinner Key Auditorium. Features
on the program include Banjo
Billy, Captain .lack. Jumping Jack
and the Bill Dunstall puppets,
Skipper Chuck and his Gang, Lee
Erwin and his Kentuckians, the
Miami Mummers Marching Bam
and Jimmy I laesar, impressionist
for the celebration will b
ck Shav i i
terball, i adio si al ion disc jo<
R i V
itn v ha\e
.. "i e sure moi c r< -eai ch
an end I
h
Michener Novel
To be Reviewed
In honoi ol J( '. i
Kinneri i i er, Mizrachi Wom
en's (h in Of America, will
feature a review of James Mich
ener's "The Source" at its regula
meeting VVednesda> evenin a
Temple Zamora, according L
Mrs. Leo Oster, program vies
president,
Dr. Samuel Ersoff, profes:
education, and chairman of Grai
uate Studies in the School of Edi
cation al the University of Miami
will analyze the book which has
been on the best-seller list for oi i
a year.
Mrs, Bernard Gelbert is chai
ter president
CBGF/VC 1968
Our young creative artist is Kim Foster. At the age of eight she has already
learned enough about vitamins, minerals and stuff like that to know that
milk does much more than just TASTE great.
But, when all is said and done...
"Ain't it still the truth that milk is like youth...
TOO GOOD TO BE cJUST FOR,THE\&UNG4
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Members of the Golden Age Friendship Club
of the YM and YWHA of Greater Miami put
up the decorations for the recent Sukkoth holi-
day celebration held at the "Y." Right to left
are Sam Deel. Mrs. Florence Reiser. Jack
faV^man, Mrs. Bessie Aronoff and Max
Drosd.
BB Club Airs
New Amendments
Luncheon LluO of Miami Beach
Lodfe of B'r.ai B'rith featun
a di of charier amend-
Dts of the City of Miami Beach
it its meeting Tuesday noon at
t- DiLido Hotel
Speakers were Miami Beach
Mayor Elliott Roosevelt and City
man Paul Seiderman.
erman explained tl
U particularly No. 1. designed
reorganize the city aovernment
. strengthening the city manag-
tr's office. Mayor Roosevelt an-
swered Questions from the floor
LIVE IN COMPANION
tor ELOfllT WOMAN who takes care
I herself. Name in S.W. section, air-
conditioned and heated!, private roam.
Kosher kitchen, maid. HI 3-2816
Housekeeper
Wanted
Sleep la. Care for 20 Month Old
Motherless Bay and care < 2-
oedroem Apartment. All facilities.
Position is immediate and perma-
nent.
Call 949-0036
Temple Israel Sisterhood held its annual paid-up membership
tea Oct. 19 in Wolison Auditorium of the temple. Left to right
are Mesdames Joseph Bulbin. chairman of hostesses; Herbert
Lelchuk, co-chairman of the tea; Murray Apfelbaum. chair-
man of tea; Rhea Gladwin, membership vice president; and
Morris E. Greene, Sisterhood president Life membership do-
nated by Mrs. Julius Rosenberg was awarded to Mrs. Stewart
Sprung. Entertainment was provided by Edna Ortega, mem-
ber of the choral group of the Jackie Gleason Show.
B'nai B'rith Chapters Plan Socials
Socialite ... *y Cfsalel Cfro e
Continued from Page 1-B
A Kipper in Jack* nvilh
weekend, where- he will partici-
pate in the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations confer-
ence being held there.
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A surprise testimonial dinner
at the Beefster Restaurant sev-
eral Saturdays ago honored do'
ular Miami pharmacist Frank
Toback Sponsored b\ tne
Coral Gables Optimist Club, the
event cited Toback for his many
years of service as club secre-
tary and for his '-continued in-
terest in the youth of the com-
munity' Named several
times as one of the state's out-
standing Optimists, Toback on
this occasion was gifted with a
life membership in Optirr.i ternational by President Sey-
mour Brenner in behalf of the
CG chapter Others singing
the praises of the horroree. Ted
Goldstein. Sol Schreiber, and
from the Westchesfer Optimist
Club which he helped to organ-
ize. Sandy Marshall, with Harry
Kirmisch and Mort Lowe shi-
ll-
ing in th
vocation in r |
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credit for the iffair .
arranged, Kenneth Go.
Sana
No one i u.t v
loyalty of tb< three '
brothers belongs I
National I ommissionei -
B'rith Herman .! .
resident of Bay Harh
is organizer and current
ident of BB Freedom I.
is serving as a meml
Community arc Vetert
Commission He
president* of Deer Pi
of Chicago and Great
BB Council Ber
as pre.v.
in Ch cage the Great
BB Council and Di-t
i.olge C He is i
Anti-Defamation Leag
jion
all
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I.awndale Lodge of < I
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POSITION AVAILABLE
3 4 TIMES A WEEK
FOR SECRETARY
Must be excellent typist,
use dictating machine.
UNITED SYNAGOGUE
OF AMERICA
2355 Saliedo, Coral Gables
446-6213
ATTRACTIVE WIDOW
weald like to meet refined, mar-
riage-winded gentleman, approxi-
mately SO to 55 ytan of age wHe
is compassionate, has a genuine
fondness for children and has the
Joie de VWre." Would prefer an
established business or profession-
al non. All replies held in strictest
confidence. Write A. W., Box 2973,
- Flo. 33101.
B'nai B'rith Hatikvah Chapter
will have a paid-up membership
luncheon on Tuesday. 12:30 p.m..
in the Morton Towers Restaurant
Mrs. Henry Esformes. member-
ship chairman, is in charge of the
afternoon, and taking reservations
are Mrs Ida Cooper. Mrs William
Gorfinkie and Mrs Charles Edel-
stein.
Mrs Gertrude Solomon is chap-
ter president.

Mrs Herman Auerbach. pres
ident of B'nai B'rith Maccabee
Chapter, will conduct the bus-
iness agenda at a meeting on
Thursday. Nov. 10. 7:30 p.m., in
he Forte Towers Auditorium.
Evening will include a card party
on the pool deck, where refresh-
ments will be served. Mrs Julietta
Leikowitz is serving as chairman
of the affair
We Care Girl'
At Jefferson Natl.
Paula Muldrew. of Miami Beach.
is the new We Care Girl at Jef
feron National Bank. 301 41st
St.
Between 9:30 a.m. and 2 p.m..
daily, she meets and greets res-
idents of Miami
Beach who do
business there,
conducting
them around
and making
m feel "at
home in the
bank
"If you want
to see the
world,
says, "go to
some central
point of Miami Beach where you
can meet a cross section of the
visitors and residents. I love it.
What could be more central than
the place where people bank"1'
Paula Muldrew has always want
ed to see the world. She became
an officer in the Women's Royal
Air Force to get around, but spent
the whole six years stationed in
the British Isles. After that, work
ing in London, she visited Hol-
land. France. Italy. Spain. Austria
and Germany on vacations before
she finally came to New York four
years ago. She has been here a
year and so far believes this city
holds most of the answers.
At other hours during the day,
she works on the bank's public
relations. Her work on a magazine,
public relations, personnel work,
job counseling and counseling
I motionally disturbed teen-agers
has all enre toward fitting her for
this kind of work.
Dr. Wolison in Tollc
Dr. Abraharr W( Ifi
lecturer of tht Grea:
Spinoza Forum, will tall this
reek to Bat-ben on "S
the Social Problem." Tht p
meets Thursca;-> at 10 in
the Washington Federa'.
ium, 12-i5 Washington A-
JWY Units Plan
Joint Social
'.'. est Mia I and '-.
h War Vi
a joint s< Tr.. .5
p.m.. at tne V. 8500 >'
Meeting was H be I
cards and rr.;
Chs
to be Son Bui
Joseph Achtn
Presi it-:.: of
Mrs Normal Bunnan
mander of the Post is Lt -
ter.
THE
LEBEDICKER BRANCH
OF FARBAND
will hold a meeting
NOV. 3rd at 8 P.M.
at 1234 Washington Ave.
DR. W. G. JAU
[Sptimfitf in Urologr
will be guest speaker
His Topic will he:
"HOW STONES DEVELOP
IN THE HUMAN BODY
A "0**tHm and Answer"
period will follow the IssfaM
free Movie at Beth Am
The Social Committee of Tem-
ple Beth Am. with William Sanes
as chairman, has planned a free
mov:e. "The Cardinal.' to be
shown in f the
9. at
8 l
Attend Jewish National Fund
MeAMI FOUNDERS BANQUET
SUNDAY EVE. DECEMBER 4th, 7 P.M.
FONTAINEBLEAU HOTEL
For Reservations
420 Lincoln Rd.
Phone JE 8-6464 JE 8-7564
U.S. SENATOR ERNEST GRUENING, Guest Speaker
Donation $10.00
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Friday. October C3. 1966
knislh Meridian
Paae SB
MB Hadassah
Offers Members
Hebrew Series
A new serin of Hebrew courses
for Miami Beach liadassah mem-1
bers will be giVen by Mrs. Zvi
Feinslein. i
The eight week course in He
brew conversation and reading
will be given from 10 a.m. to
noon, at the Miami Beach Chap
ter office, 337 Lincoln Rd.. every
Wednesday. Nov. 2 through Dec.
28.
Mrs. Barnett Beckerman is ed-
ucation vice president.
* *
An Oneg Shabbat will be held
by the Forte Towers Group at the
north building auditorium at 1:30
p.m.. on Satuiday. A program of
music and dramatics will be pre-
sented, followed by refreshments.
Mrs. Frances Sass is president.
Southgate Group was to host
a brunch for new members and
their sponsors at the Southgate
coffee shop on Thursday at 10:30
a.m. President. Mrs. Joseph Ros-
enberg, was to extend greetings.
Gorinstein Appointed
Gorinstein i
announced as
ger of Bache & C
Mercantile Ban* Bldg., 4jj Lin-
coln Rd.
Mesdcrnes Frieda Tobey, Sherman Fast, Jack be emphasized.
Luxury Prizes
At Scholarship
Here Nov. 5
In charge of arrangements were
Jack Freund. Mrs. Isidor Silver.
Mrs. Minni Stieglitz, and Mrs. Jack
Klasz.
most of the merchandise, large
and small, to be given away dur-
ing the evening.
Proceeds of the evening go to
the "Y" Scholarship Fund, which
iary will be held Tuesday. 8 p.m..
in the Sklar Auditorium of Tem-
ple Ner Tamid.
Proceeds will finance many of
ed by the Associated Organizations
for Human Rights.
Meeting is open to the public
at a nominal charge.
Jewish to love
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PAREVE

Tiferelh Jacob
Planning Courses
Begignning next Wednesday, a
seminar will be held at Temple
Tifereth Jacob for beginners Ln
Hebrew reading.
Sessions will be held each Wed
nesday, 8 p.m.. for 15 weks. From
9 to 10 p.m.. there will be a course
and discussion on basic Judaism
ANYONE
CAN MAKE THE
HOLES
Plann:r.g Hadassah's membership and life Davis, Bernard Lachs, and Florence Webber. I SOCIGI ClUD
membership croak for 1966-1967 are standing Under the direction of Mrs. Jack Davis, mem- A Ex
(left to right; Mesdames Nat Barth, Ida dick- bership vice president of chapter, and Mrs. AniflJVerSOry rete
son. Anne Mitchell, Sadie Appel. Esther Lev- Bernard Lachs, life membership coordinator, Miami Friendly Social Club
i!<.. Carles Gsrtler, Harry Horowitz, Max plans are being made to expand the member- : celebrated its sixth anniversary at
Affac-.ner. Sylvia Kurland, William Safiir. ship of the chapter. Hadassah's program of ? dinner dance last Sunday at the
and Arthur Press. Seated (left to right) are healing, teaching and medical research will Israell,e Center.
serves as pres-
Meetings are held Sundays. 2
p.m.. and Thursdays, beginning at
7:30 p.m.. for those 55 vears old
Night Here Nov. 5 and older
Prizes galore, including free, ^'ax Garshaj
cruises, hotel vacations and lux- 'dent,
ury merchandise, will be awaiting
the many people attending the JWV Card Por+V
annual Scholarship Games Night
at the YM and VV'HA of Greater
Miami. 8500 S\V 8th St.. on Sat-
urday evening, Nov. 5.
Local merchants have donated | Cohen ?,u,fside Bav Harbor Post
Jewish War \etcrans. and Auxil
Tuesday Night
Annual card party of Hairy II
makes it possible for many needy the post's veterans and community
youngsters to attend the "Y" Day. activities, and also be used to-
Camp and use the facilities of the i ward the establishment of a di-
various branches of the YMHA in etarjf kitchen in the new Veterans
the Greater Miami area. I Hospital now being built in Miami.
"Y" members from North Mi-! Refreshments will be served.
ami Beach to Coral Gables and ______ "- -
from Miami Beach to Hialeah are
now working to make this big Games Night is Mrs. Paul Rhein
fund raising event a success. Plan-, gold. Gift area chairman is Mrs.
These smiling women are members of the Ys Women of mng (hc program for tne evening. Myron Marks. Treasurer is Mrs.
the YM and WHA of Greater Miami checking the gifts and are tne >.ys women" in conjunc-1 Howard Heynian. Cashier chair
merchandise which will be awarded at Scholarship Games tion with the Men's Club and the; man is Miss Jeanne Trattler. Gift
Night on Saturday, Nov. 5 at the "Y." Left to right are Mrs. "Y" Social Singles. | chairman is Mrs. Murray Ritter.
Mel Jackson. Mrs. Sidney Pasternak, and Mrs. Ivan Huntman. Chairman for the Scholarship i Games chairman is Mel Jackson.
Proceeds go to a scholarship fund for needy younqsters. f ....,............ ...,,,
You HAVE to be
Schindler Speaks At Beth Sholom
Irwin H. Schindler, vice pres
Went, Stfre Division of the United j
Nations Association of the USA, j
will bt speaker at the regular
month!} breakfast >f the Brother-
hood ol Temple Beth Sholom on
Sunday. .0:30 am, in the Temple
Auditorium, according to an an-
nouncement by James S. Knopke.
president. Aaron Farr is program
chairman of the Brotherhood.
Schindler, who will speak on
the win, -if the United Nations, is
a cum laude graduate of the Uni-
versity < Florida. He is a former
president of the Miami Beach
Chaptei of the United Nations As-
sociation a former vice president
of Mortgage Share Brokers Assoc.
of South Florida, ar.d has served
as general chairman of the Ken-
nedy Memorial program sponsor-
IWV Nightclub Show
Abe Hcrrowitz Post and Auxiliary
have slaved a gala nightclub show
for Saturday at the Balmoral
Hotel. In charge of tickets are
Mrs. Harold Uhr and Mrs. Stanley '
Warmbrandt.

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Friday, Cctcbcr 28

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... ^^rLont people and $"
THE GARDEN OF EDEN
wasn't in the Gard,eh of Eden but
North Miami General Hospital thai Pi Murko
! her husband, Bernard, with a boh,
m, in the midst of the hurricane Bernie
hed across the living room
u their new home saying "Welcome Home Pi'
S Adam.' The babj was as '-"("i as :~<>ll
.; I during the ceremony by Cantor William Lip-
son Aii to his grandparents, Mr, and
\>s Max Mark.i, the baby looked just like his
daddy The godparents were Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
vin Tragash. Pi's naming red hair was much in
e idence a- she greeted their friends and showed
m the new house and tin- now baby. Bernie
-i. happy, he was speechless, and could only
0 ten tiir champagne Vmong guests were Herbert
W'einer. Mr. and Mrs Harry Barson. Mr. and
\ rs. Mickey Kraus and daughter, Mrs. .lack
Press, Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, Mrs Sidnej
Schwartz, Ray Chisling, P Richard Gordon, and
J ic Lehman Now that there is an Adam, when
w ill then be an E\e?
WHAT DID THEY TALK ABOUT?
Soltz si ard on a trip to Europe,
itched hei husband Gerald, dance with Cary
Dyan They talked and talked
Later, when they came to take Roz over to meet
Carj Grant Dyan said, "I've had more fun listen-
ing and learning all about the four Soltz young
- rs." Roz said Cary himsell is gray, tall and
1 irgeous. He earned Ins baby with him all over
the ship, gave her the bottle, burped her and
was nursemaid for hours on end. On the trip
with Roz and Jerry, were Miriam and Phil
Sehiff. They met Jules and Harriet Stark, from
.Miami Beach, and made a sixsome. They were
in London for the holidays and went to Shul
for Orthodox services.

CANDLELIGHT BUT NOT BY CHOICE
Beth and Harold Zecmun celebrated their
22nd wedding anniversary at home alone during
Hurricane Inez. Beth unfroze a chicken, they
ihank champagne by candelight and talked about
the good years they have had. They spent a
merry evening in spite of the winds and the
h ii ricane bulletins every fifteen minutes.
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU
Alter Temple. Lynn Krin/man greeted her
aces .
: iends in her home, and everyone wished one
another a most happj New Year. The sweet table
was a Lively sight with big bowls of fruit for
Weight Watchers Among guests were Mr. and
Mrs Milton Ratner, Mr. and Mrs Isadore Hud
nick. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Elkind. Mr. and Mrs
Leon Garficld. Mrs. Lorna Katz. Mr. and Mrs
Arthur Weider. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barg. Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Schick. Mrs. Morris Lazarus, and
Mr. and Mrs. David Navat.
AT WESTVIEW COUNTRY CLUB
Sunday night was not just another Sunday
night dinner at the club At one big family
table were Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Frehling with
their adorable new daughter to-be. Nancy Her-
man, whose engagement to their son. Robert II.
Frehling, had just been announced. Out-of-toun
ers were Mrs. Reba Cole. Mrs. Beverly Cole,
and Shelley Herman, of course. Bee and Sam
Blank were there and the Sandford Farmers .
Eleanor and Morris Goodman are in town
from Jacksonville, baby-sitting with their daugh-
ter Natalie, and her husband, .lames David l.ieh-
man. are in Europe, Esther and A. J. Molasky
had a group of the Goodmans' intimate friends
at the club tor dinner with cards afterwards,
!' -remed like old times again the Goodmans
are really missed here. Among guest- were Mr
and Mrs. Ben Blum. Mi- Sa:n Rost, Mr and
Mrs Carl Susskind, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle.
Mrs Dorothy Harris, Mr and Mrs. Arnold Seed
er, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Glasser. Mrs. Byrtha
Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. William Singer. Mr. and
Mrs Al Levine. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Fine, and
Mr and Mrs. Lou Heiman .
Spotted at other tables in the club dining
room were Mr. and Mrs. David Hochberg. Mr.
and Mrs. I^eopold Schwartz. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Lang, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lipton, and Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Lipton.
A QUICKIE
Mimi (Mrs. Bernardi Abel has a sister, Mrs.
Charlotte Get*, who trained in from Orlando.
She doesn't like to fly. but she wanted to get to
New York in a hurry. Obligingly. Mimi flew up
to New York with her. bought an 8 lb. cherry'
cheese cake at Rubin's, turned around, and flew
home with it for her son's 20th birthday. That
cheese take was worth its weight in gold.
Frances Lehman
Rehearsing for "Fiorello," the Temple Beth Am musical com-
edy to be presented Nov. 12, 19 and 20, are featured plovers
(left to right' Mrs. Stephen Corner, Mort Podell, who will play
the part of Fiorello LaGuardia, and Mrs. Martin Feldman.
Using the original score of the show, which won the 196C
Pulitzer Prize, the play is beina produced by Stephen C
and directed by Eleazer Greenstein.
To be honored at a South Dade Technion function Friday are
Mis. Gustie Fellman, her dauqhter-in-law, Mrs. Morton B.
Fellman. and young daughters, Lesli and Sheli.
Music League Elects Leaders
Louis Hoberman, former vice)
president, executive secretary and
i I member since lf56 of the
Miami Beach Music and Arts Lea-
rn was elected president at its
. nmial meeting last Saturday.
The meeting held at the Carillon
Hotel featured a concert by the
i lembership. Louis Segal served
.-is master of ceremonies. |
Other officers elected were Sam
Annis. Joseph Goodman, Waiter
."alevoda. Mrs. Lillian Baker, and
iien Lawson, vice presidents; Hy-
man Cleon, treasurer: Mrs. Baker.
-rcretary: arid the new directors
i.s follows.
Aaron Abcrbach. Mrs. Sydna
Aberbach. Irving BiDfg, Mrs Ruth
Freeman. Mrs. F'annie Broad. Dr.
David Morris. Dr. Louis Bunim,
Olga Bibor Stern. Irvine C. Spear.
Mrs Hilda Siegal
And Mrs. Marian Spear, Mrs.
Tanya Welshin. Chuck Hall. Joseph
Malek. Herman Higger. Allan
Dworkis, Mrs. Lillian Graber, Al-
bert Freystadt, Jerry Rosenthal,
Mrs. Doris Drexcl, Fred F. Gold,
Mrs. Bertha Webb.
Also. Mrs. Helen Glazier. Mrs.
I.eonore Hauer, Dr. Bernard
Kwartin, Mrs. Birdie King, Sol
Liskin, Mrs. Dora Soloway. Alex
Dellerson, Mrs. Aida Yaslo. Irving
Saal, and Mrs. Martha Frost.
S. Dade Technion
Will Honor Three
Generations Fri.
Three generations of life mem-
bers will he honored at the Fri-
day meeting of the Women's
Division ol the South Dade Chap-
ter of the American Technion So-
ciety. They are Mrs. Gussie Fell
man, her daughterin-law, Mrs.
Morton R. Fellman. and her two
young daughters. Miss Lesli and
Miss Sheli Fellman, all of 12835
SW 75th Ave
This is the first time South
Dade Chapter has had three gen
orations of a family as life mem-
ber-
Mrs Morton Fellman. founding
president of the South Dade Div-
ision, just recently returned from
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration study tour to Europe and
Israel. She will deliver a talk on
"Technion: Past, Present and Fu
ture ."
The 10:30 a.m. membership cof-
fee will be held at the home of
Airs. Harold Abbott. 7480 SW
130th St. Mrs. Meyer Baskin.
Chapter president, urged that all
members bring a new member or
guest. Mrs. Gerald Schwartz is
publicity chairman of the South
Dade group, which includes Coral
Gables.
Technion. the Israel Institute of
Technology, is the only engineer-
ing university in Israel and the
entire Middle East. The national
program of the Women's Division,
through its membership dues,
makes entrance and study scholar-
ships at Technion possible for
many students.
LAVISH PRODUCTION
'Fiorello' to Go
On Beth Am
Boards Nov. 12
A lavish and uncut production of
"Fiorello." the play that won a
Pulitzer Prize on Broadway in
1960. will be presented at Temple
Beth Am on Nov. 12. 19 and 20
by the Beth Am Players, it was
announced Wednesday by Stephen
Carner. temple board member and
producer.
Professionally constructed sets,
elaborate costumes, the original
score and professional lighting
and sound systems will be utilized
to insure "a first class produc-
1 tion." Carner said.
The play is being staged and
directed by Eleazer Greenstein,
with the musical direction being
handled by Ellen Wollins. and
the choreography being designed
by Dottie Olster.
Greenstein has written and di
rei-ted three musical comedies at
Temple Beth Am He also produces
the annual "Digs and Pins" revue
for I! ii.ii I', nth Among plays, he
has written are "Some Like it
Sunny.'' "Glad I'm Here. and
"Once Cpon a Show "
Mort Podell will play the lead
role of Mayor Fiorello La-
Guardian, the dynamic late chief
executive of New York City, upon
whose life the play is based. Podell
has appeared at Studio M in
"Golden Boy" The attorney and
Beth Am member also has several
other local credits.
'V Adult Tennis Classes
Nc n tennis classes aii
ing held at the YM and v.
Greater Miami e\ ery Tui
Wednesday evening at :; \
8500 SW 8th St. There
classes for beginners,
and intermediate players
Fashion Luncheon
Will Help School
An original skit, written and
directed by Mrs. Phillip Brass,
program vice president, was pre-
sented at a recent Temple Beth
Am Sisterhood meeting.
Highlighting the annual gala
luncheon and fashion show held at the Algiers Hotel r,
Wednesday at 11:30 a in thi skit
Stressed Sisterhood's rule the
temple Religiuos School i
Proceeds from the lunch" on will
go to the school
Mrs. George Malm is
ol Sisterhoo l Mrs St
hert and Mrs Robert
chairmen of the lunch
show.
Fashions will be -
B< i rj Miracle Mile <
i
North Dade BBW
Member Lunch
Annual paid up mi
luncheon of North D
B'rith Women was held last rt k
at the Viking Restauranl S i
Dania.
Hot and cold smorgasbo en
tainment, and prizes were the
agenda for the day. Mrs Maurici
A. Goldberg. District 5 B'nsi
B'rith director, was specii Ruest.
Men's 0RT Plan Barbecue
Greater Miami Men's Chapter.
American ORT Federation, will
have a barbecue at the home of
Isidore Karp, 1146 Biarritz Dr..
Normandy Isle, on Saturday even-
ing, Dec. 3, starting at 6 p.m.
Suburban League ladies are excited about this rich bunny
rabbit with a S12.500 check tied to its collar. President Mrs-
Alan Hertz (left) and fund chairman, Mrs. Morris Levitt (ngW
are turning the check over to Variety Children's Hospital
care of two indigent cancer patients. Patroness of the clu
Mrs. Edward Broidy (center), accepts the whopping dona
which represents one year of fund-raising by the 150 mem
organization. Mrs. Broidy heads the Variety Women's Cnv
mirtee Trustees, and has personally endowed the "V>c
Faith" memorial at Variety Children's Hospital.
'all ot


Friday, October 28. 1966
+Jenisti Florida an
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Mizrachi Women Open Annual Meet
By Special Report
NEW YORK Delegates from
37 states and the District of Col-
umbia will convene in Washing-
Ion, D.C.. on Sunday for the 41 si
annual national convention of the
Alizrachi Women's Organization of
America, it was announced here
by Mrs. Eli Resnikoff, national
president.
The four-day meeting vvill hear
American and Israel governmental
figures and a broad range of au-
thorities on child care, education
and social services prior to ad-
journment on Wednesday, Nov. 2.
The convention, meeting under
a theme of "self fulfillment
through service.'' will adopt an
annual budget for the organiza-
tion's operations in Israel, elect a
full slate of national officers, and
consider resolutions on American
and Zionist affairs.
Pre-convcnlion planning sessions
were cheered by I he receipt of a '
message of greetings from Pres-
ident Johnson, directed to Mizrachi
Women just prior to his departure
for Southeast Asia.
The President said that "I am
happy to convey warm greetings
to the officers and members of
the Mizrachi Women's Organiza
lion America
"Your theme of 'self-fulfillment
through service' is one that everj
American can adopt.
With Mizrachi Women it finds
expression in your splendid pro
mams for child care, vocational
lucation and social services in
1st ael
"It i- also implicit in your con
tinuii pro [rams <>' self-education
amoi Din- own citiz< ns.
" \- i commend your dedication
'(' the welfare of Others, 1 extend
besl wishes for a convention
lial ill be personally rewarding
1 e h ol you and to those you
i
A\ ham llai man, Israel's Am
bas
is the kej the
'rr evening in the
lunced the
' Lo i Giteln an, oi ma
Ambassador Harman will share
the speaker's platform with Rabbi
Mordecai Kirshblum. member of
the executive of the Jewish Agen-
cy, and Mrs. Eli Resnikoff. nation
al president of Mizrachi Women.
In the first ot three evening ses-
sions open to the public.
The keynote session will also:
see a newsreel of ceremonies held ;
in the Speaker's Rooms of the i
Capitol on Sept. 20. at which!
Speaker of the House of Repre-
sentatives John W. McCormack,
and former Speaker Joseph W.
MR. AND MRS. SIMON
Educator
To be Feted
Honoring the distinguished
Dutch Israeli educator. Dr.
Nathan Dasberg, a reception
will be given at the Allison
Island home of Mr. and Mrs
Charles Simon on Wednes
day evening, Not 9
In the receiving line will
be Dr. and Mis Daniel Zalis,
Mr. and .Mrs llyman Kolko,
Mr. and Mrs x 111 *-.i Stone,
and presidents of local chap-
ters Of Mizrachi Women's
Organization of America
Dr. Dasberg is accompan-
ied on his first visit to the
United Slates by Mrs. Das-
berg and will come lure
directly from Washington,
D.C., where he will be hon-
ored by the Mizrachi Worn
en's Oi tion of Amer-
ica.
N.Y., convention chair
n.
Temple Students
Are Consecrated
The following children were con-
secrated during services at Tem-
ple Adath Yeshurun, on Oct. 21:
Audrey A run. II, MlKh.-ll .Vi-h.-ii.
Mitchell Alii-HhaiiiH, .nil I It-luff, Carul
lleliiff, VV". ii,|\ llei-ymim, (jiven Ht-rii-
man, N-nl I limbers, Steven liluniiin-
I'M. Sten n I'i.iim. SUKiinna I Ira in
Uhoniln ririHli i. Mure I Iruili i vv., \ m
'i !"-' I>li I'ulien. I(antl.v 1'i.lien
Mn ha i I i M' i. Slev en I., i 'in ii*
'" I i' re i'. I.in.In I-', liner, Al i ||
el l-'.-llii, r. Jlnriv l-lrsl, l:..-.
I' iM-hiiuin, Helen l..\. Sentl l-'.s
Miz.cl.. : ii Ki-.ink.'l, i iars Kuill Hal
lialtn
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Kieliartl liiMulnnili, .Mi Ini. I i;,. .
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'nxaiina Suffer, >. ., n. ,,, I'.m i.- ;,
'han. > rhaii. Si V'alltv
ef f lej /.
Judge Knuck
Honored at Dinner
A testimonial dinner in honoi
of Judge Frank Knock was given
last week in the Napoleon Room'
of the Deauville Hotel.
Some 1.500 persons attended
the affair, according to B irnie
Milstein, who was in chat le o
arrangement -
IVth David Buys $184,000 in Bonds
Sen. Joseph D. Tydings (TV Md
deplored the current explosive sit
nation in the Middle East caused
by Arab terrorist attacks against
Israel and urged the United States
and the Soviet Union to co sponsor
an international conference to
end the arms race in that region
The Senator was guest speaker
at the Beth David Israel "Chai"
Dinner of State last Sunday night '
at the Fontainebleau Hotel, where;
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Spiegelman |
were honored for their service to]
flic congregation and the state of
Israel
More than 400 members and
friends of Beth David attended
the dinner and purchased
$184,000 in Israel Bonds in cele-
bration of Israel's 18th anni-
versary and in tribute to Mr. '
and Mrs. Spiegelman.
Highlighting the program was,
the kindling of an 18-branched
Menorah in a ceremony conducted |
by national Israel Bond leader.
Robert I.urie. Participating in the '
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Spiegelman, who were honored at the
Beth David Israel "Chai" Dinner of State last Sunday night
at the Fontainebleau Hotel, receive congratulations from (left)
Sen. Joseph D. Tydings. of Maryland, guest speaker at the
dinner, and Rabbi Sol Landau (right), spiritual leader of Beth
David. More than 40(1 members of the concrreoation Wned in
celebrating Israel's 18th birthday and in honoring Mr. and
Mrs. Spiegelman.
ceremonj were:
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Sternshein,
torch bearers; Mr. and Mrs Mor-
ris Rabinowitz, pilot light, candle
lighters, Mrs. Carrie Rosen. Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Falk. Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Reinhard. Mr. and
Mrs. Abraham Kasovv, Mrs. Jennie
Gordon. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Gen-
et, Air. and Mrs. Sam Badanes.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosenberg.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Deutsch, Mr.
and Mrs. Aaron Kravitz, Mr. and
i Mrs. Maurice Kellner, Mr. and
I Mrs. Fred Ossip. Mr. and Mrs.
William Weintraub, Mr. and Mrs.
Murray Gladstone, Mrs. Leona
August, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Emmer,
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Aronovit/,
Sen. Tydings and Rabbi Landau
Heading the dinner commit-
tee were Mr. and Mrs. Seymour
Friend, chairmen of the com-
mittee of hosts, and Sidney
Aronovitz, who served as toast-
master. Other program partici-
pants included Rabbi Landau,
Lewis Sternshein, Max Silver.
JdLk Emnwr, Cantor William
Lipson, and Albert J. Beer, pres-
ident of Belh David.
Sen. Tydings warned that "the
Mid lie East i ai ot pi pet
a balance of terror, anymore than
the world could survive a perpetuj
al Cuban missile crisis
"The United states should call
on the Soviet Union to co-sponsor
an international conference do
signed to end shipments of arms
and war materials to the Arab
countries and Israel. Stopping the
constant flow of arms into the re-
gion will not guarantee peace. It
would, however, constitute an im-
portant obstacle to the outbreak
of war."
Martin, Jr., of Massachusetts, re
ceived the organization's 196b'
"America Israel Friendship
Award."
Under Secretary of Labor John
F. Henning will be the principal
guest speaker at the Monday, (let
31 evening session, which will de
'"> itself to problems of voc-
tional training, youth care, and
which serves as home and school
for more than 400 boys and girls
stemming from 40 countries.
Dr. Nathan Dasberg, an educator
of Mizrachi Women's Children's
Village in Raanana. Israel, will re-
port on the expansion of industrial
training facilities at the village.
he organization's work with
i'0Uth Ally ah
Delegates will be tendered ;
reception at the Embassy of Israel
on Tuesday, Nov. 1, prior to the
dosing installation banquet of the
convention, which takes place in
the Regency Ballroom of the
Shoreham starting 6:30 p.m.
Rabbi Israel Miller, spiritual
leader of the Kingsbridge Heights
Jewish Center, New York City,
will report to the banquet on the
problems of Soviet Jewry. The
session will also hear a me age
from the incoming national pres
[dent of the organization.
Highlighting the banquet ses-
sion will be a fashion show of
designs created by students of
the Beth Zeiroth Mizrachi. Jerus
alem, one of the network of pro
jects operated by the organizatioi
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Mildred Mrs Carlton) Blake (eels that mathematics of-
fers \cellent background for a person's life, making the
mind really work by organization and discipline. .Mildred
I to know Her background is figures. Born in the
Bronx. Mildred took piano lessons from the age of ten She
practiced "Mother made me."
Nevertheless. she became an excel-
lent pianist, even to the point of
teaching. She went to City College
of New York. Since she was always
interested in mathematics, all of
her cotir>es deepened her interest,
and she became an expert on
res, finding employmenl with
an industrial engineering company.
That was her career, and she loved
it. The work was all computation,
dealing with the phases of cost con
trol applied to electricity.
A summer romance just out of
high school took a long time to
bloom. After seven years. Mildred
and Carl decided they were ri^ht for
each other Mildred continued to be a career woman and
a h" the same time Then came the war. Carl
I in Mississippi, and Mildred took long week-
< and vacation- to be with him.
As parr of an Infantry Headquarters Company, he was
senl to Germany and France, where as official court re-
r n; the .la lu leneral's office, he recorded
a!! of the court-martials. Then back to New York. Fifteen
i ;j- ano. the Blakes moved here from New Jersey It
wasn't a case oi being lonely, of leaving relatives up North
they all migrated to the sunny South.
While daughter Krar.eine was in high school Mildred
became active in the National Forensic Speech Boosters
Club. Her daughter was a whiz at debating. Francine was
recently married to Steven Berger. her childhood sweet-
heart, and is now living in Tuscaloosa. Ala.
Mildred had always been interested in organizations,
ever since she was president of Junior Hadassah. She
worked as a Pink Lady at Mt. Sinai Hospital in the capacity
of co-chairman of the Snack Bar. She was also active in
B'nai B'rith Women. Then, by chance, she joined Temple
Ner Tamid and the Sisterhood there. She went up the line
as chairman and officer on even- level until, this year, she
achieved the top job. the most coveted one in any organiza-
tion. She wields the gavel as president of Temple Ner Tamid
Sisterhood.
Carl is also active at Ner Tamid, and he goes along
with her all the way in her activities But like any other
president's husband, he draws the line at calls during din-
ner. Mildred likes to read, play cards and man jong. knit
dozens of sweaters for her daughter, entertain and be
entertained. She doesn't paint she would if it could be
done mathematically.
Her friendliness and warmth, with the added ability to
handle each situation as it arises, and her great gift of
organization !::-sed on her mathematical background, make
her a Sisterhood president to be proud of.
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' ducted by Rabbi Max Landman,
iieid at the Algiers Hotel.
where a reception in honor of
the newlyweds followi
attend [the couple wen
I a i Lynn Lips! j nd Dr. Her-
bert Monroe.
Daughter of Mr and Mrs Wi
liam David Lipsky, 8310 ( respie
Blvd.. the bride is a gradw
Palm Beach High and attended
Palm Beach Junior < ollegi
Her bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Abend, of
San Francisco A graduate of
Hastings Law School, he is an at-
torney in Oakland. Calif.
New Mr. and Mrs. Abend will
live at 136 9th Ave., San Fran-
cisco.
Women's League
To Show Film
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tion picture -
Israel, will be shown ;
lhapter of \V< men's i
Israel on Wei
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Thea Shapiro
New PR Director
At Federation
Miss Thea Shapiro has been
named director of public relations
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed
eration, the central planning and
coo; .'.uoii for local
Jewish health, welfare, and char
acter-buildinj agencies
Federation also conduct- the
annual < ombined Jewish Appeal
campaign foi local, national, and
overseas agencies. ,
Miss Shapiro returned to Miami
from New York City, where she
was associated with the Public Re-
lations Department of Yeshiva
University and the public rela-
Truc Sisfers Provide Aid
Beth Am Students
Meet With Rabbi
Post-Confirmatii n Cli I Tem-
ple Beth Am. student
and 12th grad who
confirmed, met for b
the Temple Y< nth I.
week with Rat hi 11
Baumgard. Disc
ert, was guest -
Among thos
Amy Kurland. I. an K:
Ashbes. Alia
April i
Greater Miami Circle of the
United Order of True Sisters is Cowan,
continuing Its cancer dressings Eisenberg, Rol
service every Tuesday from 10 dy Goldstein, SI i
a.m. to 2 p.m.. at 3896 Biscayne Steen, Leslie Mass
Blvd. Cindy Brilliant Rita -
Zagoria, Neil Lefk
Weisglass, Sara Bi I
Gibbs, Rogi : l'
Maria Mai. 5. J
ward Daui r,
ne Dubbin.
Barbara i
Sand) Nal
Mar) KIU n D; -
Klein.
Mrs Ki : :
Mrs, Carlton K
of arrangerm I
Dean Brunson,
Rabbi Graff At
Temple Israel
fir May A Brunson, dean of
women at the University of Mi-
ami, will be 1,inner in the Par-
ent- series on Saturday, and Rabbi
Morn.- W Graff, guest lecturer at
the Greenfield Adult Institute on
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Sundav morning at Temple Israel
tions and fund-raising firm of Har- of Greater Miami. Both Ialks wU1
old L. Oram.
Following her graduation from
the University of Miami, where
she was editor of the university
yearbook, the "Ibis," during her
Famous Reopens,
Adds Seating
Morris LeriM i '<
erman reopen :
taurant. the F;.~< us. Fr
,a five-week vacation du:
begin at 10 a.m.
"Morality on the College Cam-
pus" will be Dean Brunson's sub-
ject. Dean Brunson s doctorate,
junior year, she joined the public earned at Columbia University.
relations staff of the United Fund specialized in personnel work on j
of Dade County. the college level. begun
Miss Shapiro is a member of j She was dean of students at Jud- The addition t< the "aurant
the local Industrial Editors chap- son college in Alabama before jS expected tc rt finishe > mid
tor, andI of Theta Sigma Phi. na-, COm,ng to the University of Mi-i November, but will ii
ami in 1946 as a counselor for I hamper present c:r.in^' -
women. Since 1955. she has been The expansk r, fourt
dean of women at the U. of If., restaurant sinct Lcrner
and in 1964 was selected by the ] almost 21 years ago.
Miami News as "Outstanding l a new facade c Washin: i Avft,
Woman of Dade County." and a loungt.
Rabbi Graff, who has devoted
many years in study and teaching Forbfind Branch
comparative religions, will discuss ** ** *
Dade Business and Professional "Buddhism and Viet Nam'' on "jp Fla*r + OfflCerS
Women's Club had its 24th annual Sunday. I I W tICW t w i is*
tional fraternity
communications.
for women in
Dade Women's
Luncheon Here
Presents Speaker
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community leaders' luncheon last
week in the
Everglades
Room of the
Everglades Ho-
tel.
Catherine H.
Asthma Institute
Plans Luncheon
Presentation <' tin Far'
band Ben-Gurion Branch
cers will highlight the
ing of the group Wedne
2. at 8 p.m.
The 1966 67 s at oi
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Guest speaker was State Sen.
Robert If. Haverfield. of the 13th
District, who discussed the up-
coming legislative session, with
subject material titled "Plan for
Progress."
The luncheon is held each year
during National Business Wom-
en's Week which, this year, is
being celebrated Oct. 16 to 22,
Proceeds of the luncheon are
used to maintain a revolving
scholarship loan fund for women
medical students at the University
of Miami.
Peshkin Chapter of Children's 1(c introduced by Dr S
Fahringer. club Asthma Research Institute and j ensky. chairm=n (i the r
president, who Hospital was to have a member committee. Elections
is also assist-j ship luncheon at Tony's Fish j r)r. Wilcnskv former
ant vice pres-j Market on Thursday. 11:30 a.m.
ident ol Dade A film. "Giant on My Chest."
Federal Savings'dealing with asthma, was to be
and Ix>an Asso- \ shown,
ciation. pre-
Mrs. Sidney Ritterman. presi-
dent of Council of Children's
Astha^Wt.Jlesearch Institute and
Hospital, was to be guest speaker, president.
of the Poale Zicr. Chaim
Branch, will sitak
Semitism in Soviel Ru--
Joseph Horr witt wi!
vocal selections, said
Furman, cultural chair
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suburban League held a
** luncheon la.-i week 111 the
s Hotel for the benefit of
iety Children's Hospital.
hairman was Mrs. Dave S
ner, who chose royal blue and
white in a nautical motif. Her
co-chairman. Mrs. Gary Selig-
man. was in a cranberry and gold
il with a matching gold hat.
Mrs Kenneth Treister wore an
ado green wool with a dou-
reasted jacket trimmed in
ffhite, and her matching while
er had the popular turtle-
eck style. Yellow and white was
Mrs Howard Scharlm's choice.
)av chiffon blouse and scarf
re in a matching shade of
. .:. w. Mrs. Richard Pallot's teal
ki.il was double-breasted
Ai:h nautical gold buttons Her
ise was red and blue-striped,
the touch of white was in
her
A WHITE tunic knit with black
" accessories was the choice of
Albert Morrison Jr. Mrs
Bloom's violet wool suit
ired the lowered waistline,
her hat was in a tweed of
and violet. Mrs. Sam Rosen
re a melon silk with a cloche
at in a melon-colored print.
Richard Gerstein accented
white wool suit with a print
an. Plum-colored silk and
rsted with a striking opal pin
A3s Mrs. Norman Share's choice
: the luncheon.
Mrs. Dan Franco's blue-green
tweed suit was trimmed in aqua
her blouse was it. the
color and fabric as the
trim. Mrs Bertram Thorpe also
. le the nautical choice m her
navy blue silk knit suit with
white silk blouse and gold but-
ti IIS The classic silk jacket dress
was the choice of Mrs. Simanto
Franco Navy and gold combined
in the knit suit worn by Mrs
Morris Levitt. Her skirt was
pleated and her jacket loose fit-
ting in the classic chanel style.
BRESIDENT of the Suburban
League. Mrs. Alan Hertz,
were a two piece grey and yel-
low knit with her yellow shell
trimmed in the tweed. Her hat
was ol mink. Mrs. Marshall Har-
r red dress had a black and
red ascot ;it the neckline, and
hat was of black velvet, Her
Mrs. Joseph Lipton,
ed her white wool dress
with a hand-made black headed
fishnet sweater A black and
white beaded hat completed her
ensemble..
Mrs. Fred Ober crocheted her
own grey and red sheath. It had
a .-cooped neckline and cap
sleeves. Mrs. James Harland
, ped her royal blue skirt with
a blue and green bateau-necked
bodice. Beige and cranberry was
the color combination of Mrs
Alvin Rosen's two-piece suit.
Again, the double breasted jack-
et made its appearance, and she
wore a matching cranberry hat
Beth David Fine
Arts Festival
Highlight of the first three-day
Art and Music Festival being
planned by the Fine Arts of Belli
David will be a champagne pre-
view on Saturday evening, Nov.
12.
The black-tie event i- for pa
trons, sponsors, donors, artists and
the press
The exhibit will be on a pro-
fessional level, with works o
fere I in .ill price brackets.
Left to right are Dr. and Mrs. Morton Getz, chairmen of the
Cits committee for the Festival of Fine Arts at Both David,
introducing artist Marshal! Smith, who is> planning a drawing
of Moses for Beth David. Smith is also preparing a numbered
lithograph to be presented to all potions of the arts at a
preview showing Nov. 12.
YiP Sabbath
At Emanu-EI
VIP Sabbath, dedicated t<> teen-
agers and their "Verj Interest' d
Parents." will be observed at
Temple Emanu-EI on Saturday
during regular morning services,
Following the observance, con-
gregants will join Dr. Irving Lehr-
man at a luncheon for an infor-
mal discussion session.
Mrs. Alfred Stone is chairman
of the VIP committee which has
conducted the program for the
past two yc.us
Members serving with Mrs.
Stone are Mrs Harold i Brooks.
Mrs Andre Bialolenki. Mrs. Jack
Katzman, Mrs Roger Sabastier,
Mrs. Fran I.lib.,it. Mrs Irving pen and Mrs Norman Gjller.
At the opening meeting of the Miami Been Chapter, Wom-
en's Division of Technion, are Jack Harris, new regional
director; Dr. Maxwell Dauer, of the University of Miami,
guest speaker; Mrs. Milton Sirkin, president; and Mrs. Henry
Diamond, president of the newly-formed North Miami Beach
Chapter.
Academy Women
Ho!d Meeting
Executive Committee of the He
brew Academy Women met
Thursday at the school building.
Plans for the forthcoming mem
bership luncheon were torn
laled. according to Mrs. Matthew
G Fttinger. membership chair-
man.
An outline of the year's activities
was presented by Mrs Sain
uel Rosner. president, and Mrs.
Leonard Rosen, chairman of the
board.
Rabbi Azuiay Heads Teacher Group
Rabbi Shimon Azuiay, of the He- j
V-rcw Academy, was reelected pres-
ident of the Hebrew Educators AI-1
I;ance of Greater Miami at a re- j
cent meeting here.
Others officers arc Miss Nettie
Goldstein, Temple Beth Sholom,
first vice president; Nathan Stern, I
Ttmple Adath Yeshurun. second j
ice president; Mrs. Shoshanah j
Spector. Hebrew Academy, secret-,
ar>r MIS Sara Wcinberg. Temple
Emaru i treasurer; and David
Friedman, pioneer Miami Hebrew
Executive committee includes
benjamin Altschuler, Temple Or i
Olom; Miss Shu lam it Ben-David,
Temple Beth Sholom; Mrs.
Gladys Diamond, Temple Beth
Sholom; Hebrew Academy, H.
Perach-Kwitney, Hebrew Aca-
demy; Mrs. Seidet, Beth Torah
Congregation; and Rabbi Stan-
ley Weiss, Hebrew Academy.
Hebrew Educators Alliance is af-
filiated with the National Hebrew
Teachers and Principals of Amer-
ica.
Rabbi Azuiay is currently serv-
ing his eighth year as president of
the Alliance, and has been with the
Hebrew Academy and the Hebrew-
High School tor the past decade.
He serves on the executive board
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, is on the ooard of directors
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, and is also a member of
the cabinet of the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal.
Social Singles in Dance
B'nai B'rith Sociai Singles held
a dance Saturday, 9 p.m.. at the
Sans Souci Hotel.
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Friday. October 23.
1966
Proxmire Talks at ORT Conference '^SVSST^
By Special Report
l.OS ANGELES In his address
at a dinner of the national board
conference of Women's American
ORT at the. Statler Hilton Hotel
here. Sen. William Proxmire (D-
Wise.) called "poverty and illit-
eracy" the causes for the "violence
and aggression that have erupted
"over and over again in the last
twenty years."
Speaking before an audience of
top leaders of Women's American
ORT representing 70.000 members
of the organization in 512 chapters
throughout the nation. Sen. Prox
mire stated that the "lack of skills
to build a hopeful life" have been
tinder for lawlessness and aggres-
sion. What we need above all."
the Senator said, "is prercisely
what ORT is dedicated to develop-
ing, the leap out of "an empty,
deadend street of ghetto life and
a chance for thousands of young
men and women to become useful,
constructive, productive citizens."
The Senator praised ORT's glob-
al program of vocational education
and training as helping to con
tribute to those tones working for
peace in the world. The assembled
delegates heard messages to the
>i-: national meeting of Women's
American i RT on the wesl coast
fron; President and Mis. Lyndon
lohnson and ather government
ic lead< rs Mrs. Johnson
wrote "Once ag i tl ; lent
and I take pleasure in extend
to the Women's Organization for
Rehal itat on through Training
National board members of the Southeastern Region ot Wom-
en's American ORT who attended a national board confer-
ence in Los Anqeles, on Oct. 17 to 20 are standing (left to
right) Mrs. Louis Baron, recinn community relations chair-
man; Mrs. Harold Schneider, reqicn president; Mrs. Florence
Kupperrr.cn, region parliamentarian; and Mr<=. Philip Stark,
region vice president of membership. Seated are Mrs. William
Fishman. chairman of the executive committee; and Mrs.
George Linden, region vire president of special projects.
delegates warm greetings and best
wishes for another year of con-
tinuing constructive work.
"Your task no less than the
reconstruction of the human spirit
through education and training
has been accomplished for thous-
ands of poverty ridden people
throughout the world. The crush-
ing burden of their poverty of
spirit has been lightened by the
rich outpouring of your brotherly
love. What better gift to your less
fortunate fellow man than the
tools of freedom the trades and
skills that can help them make a
new life by helping them make a
living.
"American women doers are a
particular pride of mine. You. who
traditionally have put such a high
value on education and training.
are among the foremost doers in
our nation. And the 70.000 Wom-
en's American ORT members are
doing, and doing well, much of
the world's work that desperately
needs doing."
Ambassador Arthur Goldberg
t;ited that. "Vocational training
can meet one of the sreatest
needs in the developing rations
- the skills necessary to the
building of a modern economj
Yice President Humphrey's mes-
sage stated that "Throughout the
world, under-trained, under killed
1 he typi
lent service such a- ORT h.'- pro
\ ided to -o manj ;i-i transform for the better additional
lives "
The 21st anniversary of
Nations was celebrated
Convention Hall of Miar.
this week. A packed audies
served the presentation
tions by guest speaker v. )r *,
liott Roosevelt to And., Bia,,"
lenki. president of tl..
Beach Chapter.
'nited
the
Beach
:e ob-
Miami
Others receiving citati
Mrs. Obert V. Emanuel. .1 ...".",':,c
ton Feller. Abraham JJ
Wally Gluck. Mrs. N,
Mrs. Philip Houtz. Janv
kiss. Harry Perkcl. Judg,
B. Spaet. Pauline S. Sr
,8rH BII M,s. Philip
George Wolpert.
were
* Hill.
-:iotch-
iarold
n, B.
' Thau.
United Nations Day i rman
Judge Harold B. Spaet. oi -iated"
The program included Mi Henry
Balaban, accompanied I
Duckman. a welcome ad I
Bialolenki, musical interl
Northwestern and Miam
Senior High School Choi
tributes by George W
thick Berns, and Mrs I
Thau.
Bert
IS8 hy
! by
leach
and
. Hen-
ilip F.
International
winner, Scarlett
rendition of soni
pageant

Conclave to Air Impact of Bigotry
Discussing plans for the Beth Toiah Israel "Chai" Dinner of
State en Saturday evening. Nov. 5, at the Diplomat Hotel, are
three members of the committee of hosts, (from left) Mrs. Sam-
uel Fox. wife of the dinner chairman, Mrs. David Samuels
and Mrs. Stanley Stein, who with her husband serves as
chairman of the committee of hosts. Mr. and Mrs. Stein held
a reception at their home. 2060 NE 198th Ter., No. Miami
Beach, last Saturday night for members of the committee of
hosts, where plans for the dinner were completed.
Hadassah Card Party on Nov. 29
A card party has been sched-
uled by the Esther Group of Ha-
dassah for Tuesday. Nov 29, at
the Washington federal building,
1234 Washington Ave.
Proceeds will benefit Hadassah
medical philanthropies. Refresh-
ments will be served.

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ON THE OCEAN AT 67lh STREET. (MIAMI BEACH
\ four-day conclave tor nation
a] youth serving agencies on "The
Effects of Discrimination Upon
Children" will be convened bj
the National Conference "I Chris-
tians and .lews on Sunday at the
Sea i mi nt ol the national
conference, which will be attended
by representatives <>t the leai
39 nati >nal yout h sei \
- was made b> Dr Si
V. Brow n. of New York, na-
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Dr. James M. Eagan, also ol
NVu York, national vice president
of I he N< I .1. ill serve as co-
ordinator of the conclave. Fran!;
.1. McGrath, <>f Miami, regional di
rector of NCCJ in Florida, is in
charge of local arrangements.
Among top-level speakers and
panel discussion leaders who
will take part are Dr. Franklyn
Johnson, director of the Job
Corps; Dr. Joseph H. Douglass,
chief, Office of Inter-agency
Liaison, National Institute of
Mental Health; Lisle C. Carter,
Jr., assistant secretary for in-
dividual and family services of
the U.S. Department of Health,
Education and Welfare.
Other personnel who will speak
and lead discussions include Dr.
Jean D. Grambs. professor of sec-
ondary education. University of
Maryland; Dr Martin Deutsch, pro-
fessor of education at New York
University, and director of the
Inst'tute for Developmental stud
Student Services
At Seth Torah
More than 200 studi ttended
i
i ions of
School last
ning
be
the re ;ula/ hour of woi
rom 10 to i i
i m iam .1 Gittelson,
nbers of the faculty
assist Gittelson.
"The students conducted the
service in its entirety Kiddush
was prepared by Mrs. Jennie
Schorr in honor of the birthday
of her granddaughter. Ellen,"
stated Gittleson.
Miss Tova Cavell is in charge of
student worship.
ies at NYU; Dr. Wallace A Ken
aedy, of the American Psycholog-
ical Association, and associate
Drofessor in psychology, Florida
state University.
The conference will close on
the afternoon of Nov 2. following
recommendations from group dis-
cussions and summaries by Dr
Bagan and Mel Mendelssol
sistanl din ctor of national pro-
gram devi thi N
'l he on i i ision ol
Florida Region il Ni 'CJ wi
as hostesses for the conference
tes from throughout the
Eastern and Southern I nited
State-. Co-chairmen oi the divis
ion are Mrs Charles E Enterline.
Mrs Aaron Fan and Mrs. Stan
ley Milledge.
Hilfel Week
On UM Cmp
llillel Founds)
Miami, un li
of Dr. Donald Mich
the week of < '.' 10
i- a Warm Hilll .
Miss Marilyn
committee, prei 90A<
for distribution on
The weekly Stui
meet inn had as its
last week Dr. Janv
the Psychology !>
a question ami answer pi
low ir
Sabbath sen ices will I
Hillel Chapel on I
p.m.
Sunday, Hillel
brunch to all studl I
is a regular weekl)
the direct ioi
Budd.
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Empire State C
held a Ladies Night whi
last week at the Surfs
munity Center. Burl K
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a's Secretary of State Tom Adams (riaht) and Florida
he of Representatives deleqate from Dade County, Ken-
S. Myers, congratulate each other upon receiving special
ds of recognition "for contributions to improvement in
menial health in Florida" from the Florida Psychiatric Society.
Av.: ds were presented at the Florida Psychiatric Society's
20t- anniversary banquet at the Diplomat Country Club.
COUPLE TO RECEIVE 'CHAI' AWARD
Beth Sholom Will
[Honor A. C. Fines
it Bond Tribute
Mr .nd Mrs. Abe C. Fine have
" amnH o receive the Israel
|('hai' Award.
It; i Leon Kronish, spiritual
eade: of Temple Beth Sholom.
in Inn ael Bond Organization, an-
bun I thai Mr. and Mrs. Fine
eive the Award "in recog-
Itioi i their outstanding service
b ii ol Israel "
T .iward will be presented
'em at the Temple Beth
|ho :i Israel "Chai" Dinner of
fate ;n Saturday evening, Nov.
the Fontainebleau Hotel.
nd Mrs Fine have given
\i'. eadership on behalf "l
civic and philanthropic
They are hoih founders
Sinai Hospital and are ac-
behalf of the National
dren's Cardiac Hospital. Jew-
ne for the Aged, Brandeis
"-ity and many other insli-
of their deepest interests
the Jewish Convalescent
Mrs. line is also active in
MR. AND MRS. fINE
-ah and the Women's Can
cer League.
Both Mr and Mrs. Fine are
members of the National Society
of Honorees of Israel.
Plans for the Beth Sholom
I'ratl "Chai" Dinner of State
were initiated at a reception for
members of the dinner commit-
tee of hosts given by Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Snetman at their
home this week. Snetman is
president of Beth Sholom.
Chairmen of the committee of
hosts are Mr. and Mrs. Jonas ,1
Brotman. temple and community
leaders.

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At Tempie Ji?^ea
Dr. Walter Kaufman, noted
Fulbrighl lecturer i nd prol
of philoso h\ al Princeton I ni
versity, will be the second spea
er of the 1966-67 Temple Judea
cultural series, "Invitation t.> Dis-
covery."
His lecture, which will deal with
philosophy in the modem world,
i- scheduled on Tuesday, Nov. 29.
1 it was announced by Dr. Charles
Rosenfeld, chairman, and Mrs.
George L. Baum, co-chairman oi
the scries sponsored by the Coral
Gables congregation.
CBS national news commen-
tator Eiic Sevareid opens the
ser.es in the new Temple Judea
Social Hall, 5500 Granada Bivd.,
Nov. 15. Following lectures will
also be held in the Social Hall.
Bishop James A. Pil-e will speak
at Temple Judea on Jan. 25, as
part of the series.
Dr. Kaufman is the author of
six hooks. "Nietzsche. ( ritique oi
Religion and Philosophy," "From
Shakespeare to Existentialism."
"The Faith of a Heretic." "Cain
| and Other Poems." and "Hegel."
He has contributed articles to
i the Encyclopaedia Britannica. En-
cyclopedia Americana, and over
a dozen other encyclopedias and
books. Several of his articles, as
well as some of his translations
and selections from his books have
been reprinted in collections.
i
lie has been a Bicentennial Pre-]
ceptor (1951-54). a Fulbrighl re-
search professor at Heidelberg
(1955-56). winner of an interna-
tional lx-o Baeck Prize (1961), and
was awarded another Fulbrighl to
lecture at the Hebrew University
I in Jerusalem in 1962-63. He has
also held visiting appointments at
Columbia. Cornell, the New School
tor Social Hex arch, the Univer-
sity of Michigan, and the I ni
versitj of Washington.
He has lectured at many uni-
versities in the United States
and abroad, including two Loeb
Lectures at the University of
Frankfurt, the first annual Bish-
op John F. Hurst Philosophy
Lecture at the American Univer-
sity in Washington, D.C., and
two Matchette Lectures at
Brooklyn College. He was in-
vited to be the Witherspoon
Lecturer for the 1962 Spring
Term at Princeton by the Under-
i graduate Council.
Dr. Kaufman was graduated
from Williams College. Phi Beta;
Kappa, in 1941 and in 1942 re-
ceived the MA degree from Har-
vard University. He then entered
military service and spent 151
months on overseas duty.
In 1947, he received his PhD
from Harvard and joined 11 i -
Princeton faculty, when- he be-
came a full professor in 1962.
Future Navyman Huqh William Timothy 4, son of Chief C. H.
Timothy, USNR, helps with the national observance of Navy
Day celebrated throuqhout the nation Oct. 27, by accepting
a plaque from Vice Mayor Harold A. Greene, oi Metropolitan
Dade County. Representatives cf the local Naval Reserve
Training Center looking on are deft' Cdr. Hyman P. Galbut.
chief of staff; Capt. Winthrop Green, aroup commander;
Capt. Clif'ord Rcqers, commanding officer. Beth civilian and
military organizations participated in observance of the
annual day theme, "U.S. Navy Mark of a Man."
JNF Annual Dinner Scheduled Dec. 4
William Bornstein, president ol
the Jewish National Fund, an-
nounced this week that the JNF
annual dinner will be held at the
Fontainebleau Hotel on Sunday
evening. Dec. 4.
Some 1.000 persons are expected
to turn out to this event to hear
reports of the growth of Me Ami.
sister settlement in Israel sup-
"orted solely by Greater Miami
Jewry.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz, and Zev W.
Kogan will all render reports
on their recent Miami pilgrim-
age to Israel to witness the John
F. Kennedy Memorial dedica-
tion.
The following were named to
the dinner committee:
Itiililil Mnyi-r Ahnimon-ltx, Mr and
Mr-. Mux Affiu-hiner, llcnjninlii Ap-
p.l. Audi.- I'.lnlnlenkl, MorrlK Bi r-
luk, Mrs. Kvn HI...... Mr-. I.l.i Book-
*i>an, William liornateln. Mrs. Sally
I'.rm.r. 1.....11 .1. Kit, Mrs. Michael
l-Vin.-t. in. 1I;iit\ FY'lilman, Mr. unit
Mrs. K'/.i'h Kin.;:'.1.1. Jacoll I*.simian.
Air-, and Mr- Max K'.ni>. i u. Abraham
Frnldlln, Mayanli FYledbenc, Mi*
Itolicrl Darln-r, MImm-h Lillian and
K.-ih.i- tSmatman, a. m. nroaaman,
Ai i-:111: iti ilranhut, Mr. and Mrs. Max
II. c in. Mr. anil Mr* Porter Heller,
Sum Kaisan, Mr. and Mr-. Bernard
KaU, /.. v VV. Kminii
Sam K'.i'Uinil. Mi- .I..-.|.li Kniiii*/.
Philip Kraiia. I>r. I vlna l.ehi
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IaikIIk, Mr*. \i'i.ill..Mi M n \\
and Ml. Ah. r- MinuV, All- Al ii.iir
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In iim Ki-lia/.l man, Mi anil Mr*
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+Je*lst Fhrtdtonn
Friday. October 28
Miami B< Etch, have contributed
$25,000 to the Greater
"Amal" Technical High
being built by the South Florida
Jewish community In Ramleh, I-
rael. The donation will establish
the electro-mechanics department
there
Rifkin. a leader in causes aiding
Israel on a national, local and re-
gional basis tor more than 30
years, is chairman of the Greater
Board of directors of the newly-formed Par- Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, Mesdames Dorothy Miami Council for Vocational
ents of Menorah organization honored at a Skolnick. Bette Greenberg, Jetta Friedman. Training and Medical Services in
'offee at the home of Rabbi anl Mrs. Mayer Bcrbara Felder, Rosalie Berger, Muriel Spier, Israel.
Abramowitz are (left to right) first row seated, Sally Silver, Bernice Simson. and Thelma Na-
Mesdames Ethel Beren-?. Mildred Glushakcw. thanson. Not shown cr3 Mesdames Marcia
P.osa Berenthal, Sheila Grossman, Helen Ker- Grey. Edith Greenwald Florence Hersp-k,
ner. Harriet Hccker. Florence Lelchuck, Tillie Jeer. Meltzer. Louis Brownstein, Sand: Good-
Shapiro, Sara Sztylerman, Rita Willinger. ste;:-.
Bertha Behmoiras, Joan Axelrod. Standina ere
?>
arms! Wines
Announcement of the gift by
Mr. and Mrs. Rifkin was madt
by Rabbi Lon Kronish, honor-
ary chairman of the Greater
Miami Council, and national vice
president of the Israel Histadrut
Foundation. The Rifkins are
active members of Tempie Beth
Shalom, and were guests of
honor at one of the congrega-
tion's most successful efforts in
behaif or State of Israel Bonds.
Rifkin also is chairman of the
mpaign to raise 5500.000 here
centers and supermarkets now for the Amal" Technical High
have a full line of Carmel Wines School, Histadrut in Israel is con-
tributing a matching half-million
dollars. Rabbi Kronish pointed
out.
Guaranteed For
'Non-Shmita'
N'eighb rhood stores, shopping
from Israel.
Produced from n o n s h m i t a
grapes, the imported liquors,
brandies, champagnes and wines
can be purchased with the full as
surance that they are suitable for
the most discriminating tastes and
meet the highest standards of
)iscussing projected plans of the Greater Miami Women's
division of the American Friends of the Hebrew University at
a recent installation luncheon are (from left) Rabbi Leon
Kronish. installing officer and guest speaker; Mrs. Jack Katz-
nan, chairman of the event; Mrs. Philip F. Thau, incoming
>resident; and Jacob Rifkin. vice president of the South Flor-
da Division of the Friends.
'67 Fords Hit Market Target
By Special Report
This year, the keynote is
safet) first." All new models of
Ford. Fairlane. Falcon. Mustang.
since its introduction in April.
1964 the 1967 Mustang will seek
to enhance its already impressive
reputation as the most popular
new car ever introduced With new
ht.. .h 'h '"milzvo,h for their leadership in Histadrut.
1 the Labor Zionist Organization.
the Zionist movement. Hadassah,
I'nited Jewish Appeal and other
causes both here and in Rifkins
home town of Wilkes-Barre. Pa.
Rifkin served as chairman of
Temple Israel
Assists EOPI
Cantor Pincus Aloof, local Carmel
Wine representative.
According to Cantor Aloof, as
in past decades since 1882, this
year also, Carmel will accom-
modate even the most pious
Jews with products from non-
shmita vintages only.
"Only Carmel Wine Growers
Cooperative Richon le Zion. Zich-
ron-Jacob Ltd.. users of
from
Rifkins Give $25,000 to 'Ama!' Schcol;
Establish E!ecfro-Mechan:c$ Section
Mr ai-.d Mrs. Ja of the successful
the Greater M
in Beersheba, Isi
Mrs. Rifkin wet
tors of that sue*
The Greater Miami Ams
Technical High Schoo', tchez.
uled for completion in M1Y
1967, is being rushed for 0ccu'
pancy. Rabbi Kronish attended
special ceremonies at the schoal
during his recent trip to Israel.
"There is a critic! shortage il
qualified personnel in
the industrial trade-, and the
trade school will li in both
and girls of 16 to 21 years
modern fields a- (tv
ics and electronics, M and v .
Rifkin said.
The Rifkins conti
Combined Jewish 5 |
here and in i'
have made numei
State of Israel
Convention Hall
Restaurant Show
Over 25.000 visitoi -
to visit the Pan \
and Restaurant Exp
Miami Beach Col
from Oct. 30 throw
Featured at this .-. vri
be a presentation
on Stage, with chel
of the world partii in the
exhibition.
According to Herbart Meyt"
executive director o( fie expo-
sition, this will be the first Mm
U.S. audiences will have the
opportunity of seeing eig*-'
teams of international and na-
tional chefs in action. Chefs
will prepare complete oinne:
menus and other speciai dishti.
Featured will be a I
raeli team at the exp
minating event in the Ocl iber Ni
tional Restaurant '
ance here The Flo
Association. Harry
The Rifkins also are founders
Of the Technion and Hebrew Uni-
versity, and major investors in
such private Israeli enterprises .i-
Israeli Investors Corp They have
been teted on numerous occasions
Temple Israel of Greater Nt imi
users of grapes 137 NE 19th St |s partlciparing
their own vineyards, can in Dade County's war on poverty, president, is a president in the
guarantee the origin of the wine Th>, Economlc opportunity Pr.- bservance.
groves and guarantee that. al their gram ls maintainin^ a DayJ ,-,.- ... ,. ,,
to the us.A. Centcr at the tempIe; whk.h-serv,s!, n**nm rfe b-JJ
some 85 children six days a week of t|u, olol Taij,.
from a.m. to b p.m. Director is Nik w both
Mrs Bea Kramer
from non-shmita
and Thunderbird feature as basicUyling, a wider selection of en-
standard safety equipment an lot- gines and optlonal equipment plus
pact absorbing steering wheel wah new ride and handling quaiities,
deep-padded hub. energy-absorb- the 1967 Mustang is readv (0 re.
ing arm rests, a dual hydraulic uin the ,, ,ar ," has
brake system, padded windshield achieved in little more than two
pillars, two-speed electric wind- years
shield wipers, and a new lane-
chanae indicator incorporated in. Thunderbird. pacesetter in the
the turn signal. In addition, these Personal luxury car field for more
models are equipped with manv ,han a decade, will broaden its
other safety items SC0P* of appeal in 1967 with the
' addition of a four-door model, re-:
Three inches longer than its fleeting the greatest change in'
lecessor the 1967 Ford has its nistorv New features include
ilptured Bide panel, which give a standard Tilt-Away steering
th< car a lower longer silhouette. wheel. which adjusts l0 the mos,
Roof lines on all models but con- comfortable driving position and'
tibles, station wagons and automaticallv moves up and to the
are always
grapes."
Carmel bears certification of
outstanding Israeli Torah author-
ities.
Non-shmita grapes are in ac-
In addition, EOPI staff members
have used one of the Temple Is-
rael auditoriums to hold month
long seminars and workshops for
cordance with the Levitical (priest- Dav Care teachers. as well as
ly) law providing that every sev- teacher aides.
enth year there should be a 'sab- EOPI currently maintains 12
bath" year of "solemn rest" for Day Care Centers in the Greater
the soil in Israel Miami area.
medal at the last
culinary arts competiti in in Frai i
furt. Germany
Others include Tibi Dagai
dith Patisserie, Tel Aviv; Herman
Wohl. chef. Kfar Sabs
Guttman. who also won i
and silver medal in
from Herzlia.
fi ir-door hardtops are totally new
with softer, more sweeping lines
that create a fastback look. New
grilles, tail lights, side trim and
rearend treatment add the finish-
in: touches to the big Ford.
Already noted for its quiet ride.
the Ford will reflect further ad-
vances by sound engineers to re-
duce noise even more for 1967.
The 1967 Fairlane is well-
equipped to capture an even larger
share of the burgeoning: inter-
mediate car market. Fairlane styl-
ing changes for 1967 include* an
attractive new recessed grille.
b.ld new body side panel trim,
.- narl new taillight design aj)d lux
urious new interior trim comhina-
The Ford Falcon, most popu-
lar compact car line ever pro-
duced, will appear in 1967 with
new power and transmission op-
tions, new safety features and a
number of styling and product im-
provements that will give the
economy-minded buyer more car
tor his money.
Newly styled for the first time
right for greater convenience in
entering or leaving the car.
Dr. Sail Will
Be Guest Speaker
l.ebediker Branch of Farband
will hold a meeting on Thursday
night, Nov. 3, 8 p.m., at Wash-
ington Federal, 1234 Washington
Ave.
Dr W G Sail, guest speaker,
will discuss How Stones Develop
in the Human Body."
Question atid answer period will
follow Dr Sail's lecture.
Illustrated Talk
Held Mere Sunday
presented Pauf SteS^PresiSm Groundbreaking ceremonies are held for the Daniels. The Little River Marine Construct^-
of the Jaycees. in an illustrated talk CTeatlon ot a walkway on the bridge to Park- Company began construction on this '
on -A Young Man Looks at Is-! view Island. Officers of the Association are segment of the three-part remodernizaiion pro W
rael." (left to right) Donald Mucharex, William Tan- gram planned for Parkview Island. This
Steinberg-s appearance was on! der- *ack sPerar>s. Chester Weinstock, Mrs. all part of the beautification allotment _ot
Sunday. 8 p.m.. at Washington Fed-! Beiqer, John Haword, Norman Ciment. attor- some $150,000 given by the City Council
eral. 1234 Washington Ave. | ney for Parkview Island, and foreman, Cecil Parkview Island.


r.dcv. October 28. 1966
> Jen isf fltridn^r
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J3<*r yJMitzvali
:.-. honor of the celebrants
Carillon H

S^bcrrrsan Names Cedars Ball Heads
Steven Lundy
St*V*n Lundy
.. :. son of Mr. and
Itrome Lundy. 2355 SW 25th St.
ne Bar Mil/.vah at Beth
Congre-
gation on Satur
Oct. 29.
Steven is an
ghth grade
H udent at
Fhe n a n d o a h
igb and has
bun attending
if.\ous School
lor the past
|ight years. His
nany i n t e i
fcsts include
n and stamp-collecting, chess
foi tball, and he is a member
the Naval League Cadet Corp.
Mrs M. Lundy, Mr. and Mrs \
grandparents of the ccle-
i ill att< nd the services and
Y ddush sponsored by his parents
Bonnie Schaffel
nnie, daughter of -Mr. and
rs. Joseph Schaffel. 1205 NE
St.. No. Miami Beach, will
i brate her Bas Mitzvah at even-
g services, Friday. Oct. 28. at
:tth Torah Congregation.
Bonnie is an eighth grade stu-
tint at John F. Kennedy Junior
Jiifjh and has attended Hebrew
hool for the past five years.
Attending the family reception
.11 be her grandmother. Mrs.
ary Schorin, of Miami, and
andparents, Mr. and .Mrs. Jack
let. of Mobile. Ala.
Jeffrey Pines
i y Leonard, son of Mrs
i l^nes. 7520 Buccane.j A\e.
iconic Bar Mitzvah at Tem-
Menorah on Saturday morn-
Oct. 29.
y is an eighth grader at
" School and also attends
fieligious School at Temple Men-
rrah.
: honor will
i
;:;.:; follov.
Jerome ar.d Leslie Lazar
:. and Leslie D.. twin
: Mr. and Mrs Morris La
zar, 91 NE 159th St., N. Miami
Beach, will celebrate their Bar
Mitzvah at Saturday morning serv-
ices. Oct 29. at Beth Torah Con-
gregation.
The twins art second year stu-
dents oi the John F Kennedy
Junior High. They are in the fifth
grade in Hebrew School and will
continue their stu lit s after Bar
Mitzvah. Jerome i= an honor stu-
dent on the Principal's List, and
both .itrome and L ilie are in-
terested in sports, music and
;..:: illecting
A dinner reception will be held
Jeffrey Filhaber
Mr and Mrs.
Leonard Filhaber. 839 NE 153rd
Terr.. N. Miami Beach, will cele-
brate his Bar Mitzvah at services
->n Saturday morning. Oct. 29. at
Beth Torah Congregation.
Jeffrey is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Thomas Jefferson Junior
High. He is in the pre-confirmat'on
das* at Beth Torah and plans to
"""''"'"' his studies after his Bar
Mitzvah.
His interests include science,
baseball, journalism, stamp col-
lecting and book collecting. He is
a member of the board of direc-
tors of the Student Congregation
at Beth Torah.
Reception wl! he held Saturday
evening a! his home Attending
will be grandmothers. Mrs Rebec-
ca Schneider, of Miami B< ach
and M.-s Sophie Filhaber. New
York.
Sill cha :
Cedars n Hos-
pita esii nt's Bali, this week
named a group of local civic lead-
ers to N n committees
The banquet and show night will
feature pianist-comedian Victor
Borge on Nov. 19 in the Grand
Ballroom of the Fontaincbleau
Hotel
Joseph Garfield beads the re-
servations committee, assisted
by Sol C. Shave, Harold Land-
field, Irving Cypen, Elliott Blum-
enthal, Stanley H. Wolff, Col.
Nat B. Rood, Louis Goldman, R.
Williams Apte. Sam Lubv, Sr.,
Morris Lomaskin and David
Stuiin.
Program and entertainment
committee is under the direction
of hospital president. Harry L.
Lewis. ;:nd Silhermar. assisted by
E. Albert Pallot and Robert Rus-
sell
Serving on the arrangemei ts
committee are Robert /. Greene,
Jose Bosch, Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Dr. and Mrs. Doran /inner
Reception committee is headed
by Mesdames Saul Silboi man and
Harry L. Louis, and will Include
wives of I he hospital trustees.
Borge will present his complete
production of "Comedy in Music."
with concert artist Leonid Hamhrn.
United Fnd
Prexy Speaks
Charles P. Clements Jr.. pres-
ident of the United Fund of Dade
County for 1966. spok,. about the
current campaign to the board of
directors of the Jewish Home For
the Aged last week, at Douglas
Gardens.
The board meeting was the first
of the 1966-67 season at JHA, one
of 41 member organizations of the
United Fund,
i .
Sisterhood Joins
Woman's League
Sisterhood of Young Israel of
Miami Beach has announced its
ifiliation with the Woman's
1 ..^ue of the National Council of
Young Israel.
At a general meeting on Tues-
ay evening at the temple, elec-
tions will be held.
The group sponsors a Chumash
lecture given every Saturday af-
tirnoon by Rabbi Naftali Porush.
Night Club Masquerade Parly
On Saturday, at the Temple Tif-
reth Jacob Sisterhood Night Club
Masquerade Party, starting at 9
1 m., there will be dancing, en-
tertainment and refreshments.
Seymour Liebman
Addresses AJC
Or. Latin Jewry
"'Barriers to Relationships with
Latin America" was announced by
Mr.- Peritz Scheinberg. member-
ship program chairman, as the i
topic of a general membership
meeting of the Greater Miami
Chapter. American Jewish Com-
mittee, held this week at the Du-'
pom Piaza Hotel.
Guest speaker Seymour Leib-
man. uho recently returned to Mi-
ami following a six > ear absence,
is well known to Miamians as a
historian, author and lecturer.
I.eibman. formerlj a practicing at-
torney in New York and Florida
ifexico from 1960 to 196S.
during which time he was instruc-
tor ir political science and history
at the University of Americas and
the Universidad Ibero Americano.
He hes traveled extensively
in Scvth America, working in
the Archives and National Li-
braries in Bogota, Lima, Santi-
ago and Rio de Janiero. In addi-
tion, he has worked in the Ar-
chivo de las Indias in Seville,
the Archivo Historico Nacional
in Madrid, and at Salamancas in
Venice, Italy.
He has traveled in Israel, lectur
ing at Hebrew University, as well
as at the Sorbonne in Paris.
Mr. Liebman is the recipient of
I a grant from the Memorial
I Foundation for Jewish Culture for
I the academic year. 1966-1967, to
' continue research on the emigra-
' tion of the crypto-Jews (Mar-
| ranos) from New Spain (now
Mexico) to the Caribbean area
in the 17th and 18th centuries.
Dr. Ira Rothfield is chairman of
the Greater Miami Chapter's For-
eign Affairs Committee, and was
chairman of the meeting.
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, Unitf Flcridlgan
Friday. October 29 .966
Arab 'Summit9
Ends With Stand
On Palestine DP's
heads ol stal principal
I: :.. con
lions. The i ue a:
Minist l Tito,
Presiden
the confei Pres I !
mi Vrab co inti ies wei
..-. >l v..'. unity. II" also disclosed thai Egypi facing
nous I'Meign exchan e crisis.
Menorah Rabbi Has Life Contract
RABBI MAYtR ABRAMOWITZ
Temple Menorah has awarded
its spiritual leader. Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz, a lifetime contract
by a unanimous vote of the gen-
era] membership, Leonard Rosen,
president, announced Wednesday.
The resolution of life tenure for
in i co
his is year
on.
h he served almost
In presenting the resolution
of tenure to the temple Mem-
bership, Rosn indicate! "that
this is not onlv a vote of con-
rVenca in HtS Rcbbi's leader-
sh;p. It will also secure the lu'e of Temple Menorah and its
Rabbi."
Rabbi Abramowitz was called to

theti
wish.
' to
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ISRAEL DISAPPOINTED BY UN FAILURE IN JORDAN CENSURE
JERUSALEM (JTA) Official Israeli sources expressed "deep
disappointment and sharp criticism of the failure of the Israeli-Jordar
Mixed Armistice Commission to lind Jordan responsible for the explo
i the Rome ma suburb of Jerusalem on Oct. 7.
The Commission failed to take that action when the United
Nations chairman abstained from the vote. He contended that
tracking and other evidence found at the scene of the blast was
"inconclusive." His views were based on the fact that traces of the
marauders halted a few feet from the Jordanian border because of
the rocky nature of the terrain in that area.
The inaction of the commission, it "as indicated, will spur Israel
to raise again and with greater intensity its demand that the United
Nations Truce Supervision Organization enlarge the scope of its
activities Israel particularly wants UNTSO to stop restrietnm itseli
to a narrow police investigative role Israel made that demand tw<
weeks ago al a meeting at the Israeli Foreign .Ministry between i.t. Gen
odd Hull. UNTSO chief of staff, and Moshe Sasson, the Ministry armis-
tice affairs division head. Israel is expected to raise that issue again
soon at a still higher level.
Member Drive
To Continue
For Mesivta
A campaign to enroll member?
as donors to the Mesivta Chaptei
of the Greater Miami Louis Mer
witzer High School "will continue
throughout the year." said Harry
Rosenberg, membership campaign
chairman.
Rosenberg announced that more
than a hundred members have be
come affiliated with the society
since the drive was launched Sep
tember. The membership goal of
the year is 500 new members, he
said.
The chapter will hold its sixth j
annual dinner on Saturday, Dec.
10, at the Fontainebleau Hotel.'
Hyman Ualbut is serving as chair-
man for the dinner.
Proceeds will go for partial or!
complete scholarships for worthy
students who attend Mesivta High i
School. More than 15 students now
attending the school are from out-
side the state and from South
America, added Rosenberg.
ANTI-MADDOX HERO SCHEDULED
Miamians Attending
Top-Level AJC Meet
RABBI DAVID ROStHftlD
Rabbi Rosenfeld
Is New Leader
At Beth Moshe
Rabbi David Rosenfeld has been
appointed new spiritual leader of
Beth Moshe Congregation, 13630
W. Dixie Hwy., No. Miami.
Formerly, Rabbi Rosenfeld was
spiritual leader of the Flagler-
Granada Jewish Center.
His plans at the new congrega-
tion include organizing and teach-
ing courses in Hebrew, Jewish
history and the Bible. A course
designed to acquaint post-confirm-
nnds with contemporary Jewish
thought is also planned under
Rabbi Rosenfeld's leadership.
He lives with his wife at 200
NW 51st Ave.
Judge Friedman
At Conference
Judge Milton A. Friedman, of
i itj "i Miami Municipal
' ourt, will be a delegate al the
national convention Of the North
American Judgi \ ociation in
Colorado Springs on Oct. 31
through Nov. 3.
He has jusl been named mod
r of the work-hop lor the
National Confer< nee ol Presiding
- of Ma jor ('Hies on "Proced-
ural Problems Resulting from He-
cent Appellate In ci sions
At last year's convention in
Montreal, the Miami Municipal
Court was awarded the Smithers
Foundation Award as "Outstand-
ing Court" among 5.000 courts in
the United States and Canada for
the rehabilitation of alcoholic ad
Industry Leader
To Spearhead
Hospital Drive
Leonard Coleman, a leader in
I the Miami fashion industry, has
I been appointed chairman of the
| businessmen's drive to raise funds
for Variety Children's HospitaJ.
in announcing the appointment,
P. William Burke, hospital pres
ident, commended business and
industry in the county for their
I interest in the pediatdc medical
center.
More Hum $700,000 is necessarj
to meet the hospital's annual free-
care deficit, said Coleman. "Thou-
is of youngstei recei< e care
n Variety's 21 out patient clinics,"
he added.
Businessmen will gather for din-
ner and a tour of the newly e\
panded hospital facilities when a
luncheon is held in their honor
on Nov. 10.
diets. The Miami court is
being considered for additional
awards.
By Special Report
( LEVELAND Charles I.
Weltner, the Atlanta Congress
man whose courage in withdraw
ing from the race for reelection
because of his refusal to accept
the nomination of segregationist
Lester MaddOX as Democratic can-
didate for Governor of tie
was applauded from coast to coast,
and Morris B. Abram. president
of the American Jewish Commit
tee. will discuss today's critical
lational problems Saturday night,
at the dinner meeting highlighting
ihe AJC's annual national execu-
tive board meeting.
Cong. Weltner will speak on "A
View From the South,'* while (
Abram, who is U.S. representative'
to the UN Human Rights Com-,
mission and a co-chairman of the
;roup fighting for retention of the
civilian review board in New York
City, will discuss "A View From
the North." The dinner meeting,
to be attended by 700, will be held
at the Sheraton-Cleveland Hotel,
as will all other sessions of the
Friday-through-Sunday meeting.
Mrs. Charles H. Finkelstein,
president of AJC's Greater Mi-
ami Chapter, and Mrs. Eleanor
Lipton, assistant director of the
Florida area, will attend the
three-day sessions of the na-
tional executive board, principal
governing body of the American
Jewish Committee which sets
major policy on program and
institutional activities. Each
fall it meets in a major Amer-
ican city other than New York,
which is Its national headquar-
ters and scene of it* annual
meeting every spring. Sol M.
Linowitz, newly-appointed Am-
bassador to the Organization of
American States, is chairman of
the executive board.
Cong. James 11. Scheuer (D.-
N.Y.), a member of the House La-
bor Committee who serves on sub
committees In Housing and At I
Poverty, will address the Sunda;
morning session, which is devotei
to "The Urban Condition Befori
his election. Scheuer was pn sidenl
of the Renewal and Development
Corporation, and is the developei
of residential communities undei
the Federal urban renewal pro
gram in eight cities, including
Cleveland.
Other sessions will probe the I
pressing problems of Jewish sc-
curity and survival abroad, and
Jewish identity and continuity in
this country. All sessions are clos i
ed except for the Saturday night
dinner and the Sunday morning
event.
Joseph M. Berne and Max Freed
man, of Cleveland, founding mem
bers of the American Jewish Com-
mittee's Cleveland Chapter, will be
honored at Saturday night's din-
ner. Irving M. Engel, honorary I
president, will present them with i
silver bowls "for distinguished
service in advancing the cause ol
human relations."
Freedman, a former national
vice president of the American
Jewish Committee, is president
of the Cook Coffee Company
and Pick-n-Pay chainstores.
Berne, of the law firm of Ulmer.
Berne, Laronge, Glickman and I
Curtis, has had a long career in j
his profession and in communal
service in the Jewish and the gen-
eral community, on both the local
and national levels. He is a pi-
oneer in slum clearance and pub
lie housing.
the pulpit of the youi
tion in 1951, which
known as the Noith -
('.liter. "The she-
be paved and the area -
developed," Rosi n
With the rapid
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I

men! the R
Pioneer Wcr
Plan Musiceles;
Mrs. Green to N.Y.
Eilat Chapter ol P
will sponsor a cot cerl
day, beginning it
ington Federal, 1234 M
Ave. Featured gui si
be Rose and Isaac \\
Sam Kovalsk]
ram, and i
with a group ol Jev
All proceeds nil
Women's '
Kadimah Chapter
next regular meetii
8 p.m.. in (dial Gal
2501 Ponce de Lcoi I Mrs
Fred \ Sandier, chi
ident. has anno
gram on Jewish mu
presented by Mis Leo G Jman.
Mrs. Isadore Bernstein II be
hostess for the mi i '
the recent marriage ol he;
tcr.

Mrs. Milton Green pi
the Greater Miami Council of
Pioneer Women, and national
board member, i.~ leaving for New
York to attend board meeting
from Oct. 31 to No* 4 She *
also meet with Hi ha Iderson, it
let-national president ol Ptoneei
Women, and president i lb
Moetzet Hapoalot in Israe
Retarded Adults
Will Benefit
Proceeds of a caul parl
sored by the Friends of the
ed will go toward the buildi
second cottage for retarded
Held on Sunday. 8 p m a
ington Federal. 1234 Was
Ave., the evening was coi
by Mrs. William Sussweir
Sam Honig. and Mrs Phili;
chairmen; Mrs. Flora 11
fund-raising vice preside:
Mrs. Charlotte Spero. presi
ftettn
-ola
idults.
Wash-
bington
..jucted
Mr-.
Kaye,
Sinks,
and
-. >nt
USY Group
In UN Festival
Featured at the North Dade
United Nations Day Festival held
in the North Miami Beach City
Hall Auditorium last week was
the Beth Torah United Synagogue
Youth group, whose members
danced and sang both modern
and biblical Israeli themes.
The group was organized and
trained under the leadership of
Mr. and Mrs Joseph Yanich.-To-
gether with Jackie Kirschenbaum,
they also played on the Israeli
chalil.
Members of the USY group In-
cluded Vickie Goodman, Terry
Abrams, Susie Abrams, Jackie i
Kirschenbaum, Debbie Golden,
Janie Hirschberg, Ellen Mandel,I
David Mandel, Ronnie Alter, Bar-
bara Saxon, Janis I.evy, Ricky |
Lundy, and Ellen Schorr.
Schecter to Head
Ferdie Testimonial1
Commander M. Jay Berliner, of
Murray Solomon Post of Coral
Gables, Jewish War Veterans, has
announced the appointment of
Michael Schechter as chairman of
the committee for the Ainslce R.
Ferdie testimonial banquet to be,
held Sunday, Nov. 20, at the
Dupont Plaza Hotel.
The JWV Post is sponsoring the
affair for Ferdie. Coral Gables at-
torney, who is a past commander,
of the post, and a past commander
of the JWV Department of Florida.
Schechter is currently serving
as junior vice commander of the
JWV Department of Florida.

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.. lae Beth Toian Religious School Andron, Mrs. Dcrothy Gruen and Mi ] 1
kilty at the recent educational conference Denis. Standing are Mai tin hanison, execu-
ecial Brochure Describes Courses
fered by College of Jewish Studies
Synagogue. Clockwise (from left) are
[el, arrangements chairman,
z Cantor Jacob Renzer, Miss
e MacKenzie. Mrs. Morris Levin, Miss
.. Izhack, Emanuel Feder, Alexander
tive director, Marshall Baltuch. youth direc-
tor, Mrs. Abraham Gittelscn, Abraham I.
Gittelfton, educational director, and Dr. Max
A. Lipschitz, spiritual leader of Beth Torah.
by thi allege teach Talmud; Sol Caller, research
- : i tin' Bureau of student in Hebrew-Indo-European
si I a< have been an- Semantics, will teach Development
ci .1 ..! brochure, ac- of the Hebrew langui
ii a: rt E. Ossip, Bu-
'-hummer Named Agent
LEGAL NOTICE
notice by publication
the circuit court of the
:leventh judicial circuit
of florida in and for
jade county, in chancery
No. 66C11468
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Kl-THKK HOPKINS,
'lalutiff
<. i*.
.,:.- HOPKINS,
lefenilanl
>: 'ii \i:i,i:s HOPKINS
l:. -lili nee I'nknown
i'imi. ciiaulks HOPKINS, are
eh) notified thai n Bill of t'om-
Inl fr Divorce nan l.....n fli^.1
ainnl you, and you :*?- required t>
-vi. u copy of your Anawi
adlnu to the BUI of Complaint on
Plnlntlff'a attorney, MYRRH,
.I'l. AN & PflRTKR, I ISO s w
rat Street, Miami. Florida and rili
orlalnal Anaw. or Pleading In
office ,,f the Clerk of the Cli i nil
in ..,, ,.:- |l(.fore the 2nd da) Df
t-emher, 1966 If you fall to tin bo,
lament by default "ill he taken
liiKt you t'i r the relief demand" the Kill of Complaint,
"hli not lee Khali publish.-.! i nci
Ii week 1' r : ir < nnai cutivi weekw
ii |K .1 KWISH i'i '>ti|)| v V
lONK AMI ORDERED nt M
lorlda, ilils 2,1th day of October,
\.!> !'.....
K II I i: VTHKRMAN, Clerk,
It Court, Dado I 'ounl
It) MARi IPERITK KKNT
!' puty Clel k.
MYRRH, K VPI W PORTER
H i t streel
I, l-'loildu
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
CF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. eecii467
HELEN MARIE AMKNKl'D,
I'laliu
\ M
The appointment of Bernard
Shuminer as general agent in Mi- ''',,'!
ami, has been announced by Rich- T( i'.vcf amenri d
ar E. Pille, chairman of the
p
:
lege will a>;ain meet in.
.he- Young Israel Con-]
!:90 NK 171st St., No.
Nathan Brilliant, former di-
rector of the Cleveland Bureau
of Jewish Education, will in-
struct in Methods of Teaching
in the Sunday School and Con-
H Hi Ai okn, Mlnnewotn
Y"i VRR HKHEBY NOTIFIED
hoard and president oi Securit] i dm frr Divon
Mutual Life Insurance Company '
it ftow \ork. Shuminer tempoi
ily has offices a. the Dupont Plaza {&,$
Hotel. Prior lo joining Security
.Mutual. Shuminer was associated
with John Hancock in Miami.
gn. Beach; Temple Judea, 5500! temporary Jewish Thought.
Marvin Shreiber, director of the
Miami Senior Citizens Day Cen-
ter, will offer the same course in
Contemporary Jewish Thought
at the North Dade Branch.
)<-.. \ 'i iral Gal les; and
i .. es. 940 Lincoln
M. Miami Beach.
o.->f.' will be offered in
Wfc ewish problems, func-
tttti- -ebrew, survey of the
Bl^- contemporary Jewish
the* ntho tht ay Soool, great Jew-
Hot ;<;n ifies. Modern Jewish
Btc-v Bib'e and Modern H--
v Talmud, De-
^k hi of Hebrew Language,
f-.;rrr-ent of Liturgy, and
I Teaching in the He-
.-ol.
. bi gin at the %


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Mrs, I scar Schmerler, instructor
. impli Sit a Hi Uywood, will
! the
h, while
irector of Tern-
the same
Judea.
brew will b(
i ii
...
:> .' anch,
Bel
:
. \ Brand
Realty Ad Bias
Elicits Criticism
NEW HAVEN(JTA) Connec-
ticut Slate Sen. Edward L. Marcus
announced here that he will intro
duce legislation prohibiting use of
the words "restricted area" in any
real estati i dverl :nz. when the
; onnecticut G< neral As-
mes next year. Mr. .Marcus re-
ami, Klorlda, :i;il3, and file thi
. ... of ll" 11
> 'Ireult ( ''.it. on or bi fore the 2nd
daj of I >. cember, 19811 if i/ou 11
i" 'I" so, Judgment by default will
! taken againal you ror the n III I
demanded In the Complain!
DONK AND ORDERED at Miami,
I >ade i 'ount). I lorlda. this 85th das
of c l< toiler, 1966.
B. B. DBATHERMAN
i "Ii rk of Clrcuii i'.....-i
1 lade i 'ounl i Coiirl I louae
PI ..
By: C l' i...... \\|i

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Bt-tl
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIOA. IN PROBATE
'2594 B
laii id about .
O CREDITORS
'
ed area" appeared
... B enul I
manded an
mediati ation of the pi
g oul th .-
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 72586 C
IX RK I'
r.i:\\\ i-'i: \ \ ki:i,. n k a
HEN I- HANK Kl..
I let earn 'I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ToAII Creditor* and All Peraoim Hav-
ing Claima > l>emanda Agalnal Said
Eatate:
\ .ii are hi reby notified and r.--
quired to preaent aii> eltfinm and de-
mandii which you maj have agalnat
the estate of RENNY i'i: a.vk I-;f..
a/k a BEN 1 i:axkki., deceaaed late
of l Wde i 'ount) Klorlda, to the I iun -
iv Judgee Hade County, and Hie
the aame in duplicate ;mrl ;i^ pro-
vlded in Section ;:::; n;. Florida Stat-
utes, In their offlcea m the County
I "ii Ihouae In I Hide County, Klorlda,
within i\ calendar montha from ih*
time nt Hi. first publk-atli in n "f.
i r ihe Kame \ ii: he i'.irred.
Hated hi Miami, Florida, this 19th
daj "i i Ictoln r, A.I >. 1966.
PERDIN \M> KRANKEL
A* Administrator
l-'ii-si pub icatlon of this notice mi
the 2lsl dlij 1966.
Leonard l K
Vttorni
1629 dul'onl I: ds M ami, !
_____________________________________ i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN CHANCERY
No 65C 11097
r.\.r/. YUKTH M VRY YoL'NU,
ri.i n
Ni u:i:i i:t a. n1 i| 'NO,
i f. ni
ORDtR TO APPPEAR
VI if. N.....
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i.
Kiiil for dl< lith tin Clerk of
the i 'ir a r< u
"ii I'l..... de M
B
Klorlda .ol i-fore tin
of Xovi ml ||
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JER, Milton I .Mill Merrill 76, of
KM -1 1 Ave., died Oct. S3.
'Artz. iiai barn B 29, of 941
: lOth m ,i ,i i., t Rlvi i -
M. M ri.-. -,n. ,,f in .\|.; 6;ith St.,
'i Itlverslde.
. Julius, ;::, of l.MH Miami
I' I I' di< .1 i let. 20. Ki\. n |l
MAN. Mrs Minnie, 51, ,ol I I
' Hie I i .. |. ;'i, ServioM
irkh, I'.i. IU\ i ratdi
tR. Meyer, 70, of 16701 N'K l.ith
'[led let 18. S, rvloea In For
llllls, X V kivi i si,I, .
BERG. Man M, of 1J20 Collins
Rlvei siii,.
OVITZ. Da ;. US, ol nn 8W
St died i; i;. i
, Sidney H 61, ol II \ aetian
<""il '- Ri* raid*
the Bu
bi ".
. .
. v. Ch 2, the i nity Ti le\
>ion Foundi t. 20 al 7
p.m. The bi
for 15 weeks .:'. 11 ..:..e t
the theme, "I ...irs of Hebrew
Thought."
1'roRiair. w I I.^e the de-
velopment and growth of the He-
brew language rei ej I archaeologi-
cal fincings, Jewish concepts in
Torah, Synagogue, ..nd home In-
structor will again be Louis Sch-
wartzman. Bureau Director, assist-
ed by Dr. Nathaniel Soroff and Zvi
Kosenkranz, instructor of Hebrew
at Beth David and the University
of Miami.
Brochures may be obtained at
the Bureau, Temple Judea. and
Young Israel Congregation offices.
LEGAL NOTICE
N< rtCE DER
FIC ME LAW
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KVIN'C Ci UFKIi 'EH
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tables, I n Is to regiatei
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the underahfned, desiriiur to engace in
buatltCH under the fiotitioua name of
Kendall Towen ,it 8S70 s.w. 34th
Terrace, Miami intends to register
iald name wirn the Clerk of the Cir-
ourt "f Dade CounU', Ptorlte.
EVAN OIiSTER
10/14-31-88, 11/4
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF "HE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCC _
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C11531
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MANL'KL HSP1NO
Plaintiff,
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November, I PtW or -i d.
entered aga.ii I
Tins NOTICE shall pul
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weeks In The Jew i-a i'
DONE md ORDERED M n
County, Plorlda, this
of October,
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Miami, Hot) i .
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OL'RT OF TH
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DADt COONTV IN CHANCERY
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 72368-C
In RE: Estate ..f
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