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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
November 4, 1966

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

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
November 4, 1966

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
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AA00010090:01970

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

Full Text
"dfewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
t Number 43
Miami, Florida, Friday, November 4, 1966
Two Sections Price 23,*
FCC Opened Door to Anti-Semitic Shows?
FRIEDMAN
)N (JTA) Has
Mnmunications Com-
the door to anti-
Bats?
cisimi in the case of
Inglewood, Calif.,
med by bigots. The
ftlled legal the broad
Tit anti-Jewish defa-
mation on grounds that this was,
merely 'free speech," in the pub-;
lie interest, and that equal time
was available to answer attacks.
Following the June 17 decision,!
which upset three decades of FCC I
policy of requiring decent stand-'
ards, extremists are exploiting the!
invitation to broadcast hate.

Attemps are being made to '
persuade the FCC to reconsider
its decision and to hold public
hearings. A petition for recon-
sideration was filed by the
Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith. Also, Sanford H.
Boll, Washington counsel for
the American Jewish Commit-
tee, is closely observing devel-
opments and contemplating ac-
tion.
ADL Washington chief counsel
David Brody has pointed out that
the FCC decision was an abdica-
tion of statute responsibility for I
program content. Mr. Brody's posi-1
tion is that the FCC traditionally
held that broadcast licenses were!
a public trust. Stations were li-1
censed on their record of public
responsibility. Programs instigat-
ing religious and facial bigotry!
were regarded as inconsistent with
the public interest. The record of
a station was judged when its li-
cense was renewed.
The FCC, in renewing the
KTYM license, conceded that
broadcasts denounced the ADL
and "did contain statements that
can be regarded as anti-Semitic,
Continued on Page 7-A
AJCong. Prexy Warns
Of New McCarthy Era

By Special Report
NEW YORK The head of the
American Jewish Congress said
Sunday that the U.S. faced the
prospect of another bout with
McCarthyism as a result of war
nerves and white backlash.
Rabbi
actions" to Negro demands for in-
tegration.
Rabbi Lelyveld spoke in pre-
senting the 1966 Stephen S.
Wise Award to U.S. Supreme
Court Justice Abe Fortas. The
award, a bronze medallion named
Arthur .1. I-clyveld. "> for the founder and long-time
Cleveland, (>.. addressing the or
i ganization's annual Stephen S.
: Wise Awards dinner at the Plaza
Hotel here, warned of "strains"
resulting from America's involve-
ment in Viet Nam and "hostile re-
president of the American Jew-
ish Congress, went to Justice
Fortas "for advancing human
freedom."
Another Stephen S Wise medal-
Radio Palestine Threatens
sination of Premier Eshkol
-
MOVE
nascus
Calls Halt
Terror
BAILED PAGE 5 A
JEM ; : \ Kr
^H| this week indi-
Damascus regime
Hnmanders of the
gando organization
rily sabotage raids
Jfe ii ports said that
^6 also had order-
^Bi not to undertake
B>tives without ad-
from the Syrian
lowi'ver. observers
kras not -yet known
Baky Damascus re-
itvould be accepted
|dr> organization.
said that, while
parently were con-
frael would not en-
eprisals at a time
complaint against
SI Fatah raids was
ed Nations Security
Syrian regime had
ed to curb El Fa-
\ Israel's Foreign
a round of talks
Ih ambassadors of
including the
on Page 10-A
JERUSALEM (JTA) A,
threat to assassinate Israel's Prime
Minister Levi Eshkol was voiced
Tuesday by "Radio Palestine." a
broadcast transmitted from Cairo.
The marauders, said the Arab
broadcast, can enter Israel's peace-
ful settlements at night at will.
"Even the Prime Minister's life:
is in danger." the broadcast
stressed. "It requires courage to
enter Jerusalem. But the attacks
will continue, as will the incidents
along the border, even in places
like Natanya." (Natanya is not on
any of Israel's borders It is on
the Mediterranean Sea.)
The Arab radio's warning
strengthened the arguments for
action expressed in Israeli cir- |
cles in the last few weeks, since
Syrian-engineered sabotage and
murder raids have increased.
These circles hold that even the
more moderate statesmen in the
nearby Arab countries may not
be able much longer to restrain
the fanatic Arab elements, if
the Syrian-incited raids into Is-
rael continued without punish-
ment by Israel.
Meanwhile, Arab terrorists struck
into Israel again Monday night. An
Israeli patrol was fired upon at
Continued on Page 9-A
lion was presented to Frank Ah-
rams, of New York, national treas-
urer of the Congress, "for strength-
ening Jewish life." Samuel L. Levy ;
of White Plains gave the award |
In making the presentation to |
Justice Fortas, Rabbi Ixlyveld said
the need for judicial prortection
of individual rights was likely to.
rise in future months.
The continuing strains result
ing from our country's involve- j
ment overseas are likely to en-!
gender a highly emotional atmos-
phere in which disagreement with '
official policy is all too readily I
i equated with disloyalty and treas-1
I on," he declared.
The Cleveland rabbi, spiritual \
leader of Fairmount Temple, |
added:
"At the same time, we may ex-
pect intensification of the white
backlash to the insistent demand
by the Negro people for swift and
genuine progress toward racial
justice."
The American Jewish Congress
leader voiced confidence that the
Continued on Page 5-A
f OUT AS ABU AMi
Wise Award winners
RESPONDS TO PRODDING
Executive
Suite Bias
On Decline
Huge Trial of Former
Gestapo Elite Staged
STUTTGART (JTA) Sixteen
former ss ami Gestapo members
wont on trial here this week on |
charges of participation in the
wartime murder of 160.000 Polish
Jews.
The defendants worked in Ges-
tapo headquarters and in a slave
labor camp near Lvov, then in
unoccupied Poland. The trial, one
of the largest in the lengthy list
of such war crimes cases in post-
war Germany, is expectd to last
a year.
More than 140 witnesses from
the United States, Israel, Can-
ada, Poland, Austria, France
and Australia will testify. Court
officials said they will send rep-
resentatives to New York dur-
ing the trial to take testimony
from witnesses unable to come
to Stuttgart.
Some of the defendants were
accused of being members of
"Special Squad 1005" whose as-
Continued on Page 2-A
NEW YORK iJTA) Th Wall Street Journal, in a front,
page survey, reported this week
that Jewish efforts to persuade
certain industries to accept Jewish
applicants for executive and man-
agerial posts had produced a
"broad ferment at large corpora-
tions."
The survey cited the parallel
campaigns launched recently by
the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith and the American
Jewish Committee.
The report said that the two
organizations, "in quiet nego-
tiations over the past two and
a half years, have helped start
programs to recruit Jews at
companies like First Pennsyl-
vania Banking and Trust Com-
pany in Philadelphia and at
such corporate giants as Amer-
ican Telephone and Telegraph
Company, Scott Paper Company,
Pennsylvania Railroad Company
and, according to the American
Jewish Committee, Southern
California Edison," a major
utility.
Referring to "the changing na-
ture of resistance to employment
of Jewish executives," the survey
commented that "outright discrim-
ination still exists bul it is less
Continued on Page 6-A
DILEMMA OF SOUTH AFRICAN JEWRY TODAY
Transition: From Verwoerd to Yorster
By EDGAR BERNSTEIN
JOHANNESBURG (JTA)
I It was remarkable to see. through
the grim week following the as
sassination of Dr. Verwoerd. how
all sections of the South African
people mourned this controversial
Prime Minister's passing. It was j
more than shock at the terrible i
nature of the crime or the fact i
that it had occurred in the debat
ing chamber of Parliament itself.
People mourned Hendrik Frensch
Verwoerd as a father figure who
had been snatched from them at
the height of his leadership and
at a time when he was opening
a new chapter in South Africa's
relations with neighbouring Afri-1
can states.
The newspapers that had at
tacked Dr. Verwoerd found, not a
few polite words of regret, but a
new estimation of his stature. His
bitterest critic, the "Rand Daily
Mail." edited by I.aurence Gandar,
said: "Friends and foes alike ac-
Continuod on Page 8-A


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Page 3-A
rew Pearson Will Talk Here Saturday
SEN, MOUSE SLATED SEC. B
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ROSEtlS AT MENORAH SEC. B
Drew Pearson, crusading news-
lappimar;, who has waged battles
i;;iinst the Ku Klux Klan, Mc-
rthyism, corruption in govern-
ment and Communism, will be
iie.-t speaker at the Beth Toran
rael "Chai" Dinner of State hon-
Iring Dr. and Mrs. Max A. Lip-
chit Z
The
lrda\
olel.
dinner will take plaee Sat-
OVl tling at the Diplomat
Ped^son recently returned
[from r. >rip to the Middle East,
whre he interviewed on film
the top political leaders of the
[Arab nations and Israel. On his
return home, he presented a
television series, reporting on
| conditions in those countries, in
which he warned against the
increasing influence of Russia in
the i'lternal affairs of Egypt,
Jordan, Syria and other Arab
states.
lie emphasized the importance
Israel to the West as "the only
ORE fa
WON
In Madison. Rabbi l.ipschitz
took an active part in many Jewish
and nun Jewish causes and was ap-
pointed to the Commission of Hu-
man Rights. He received the dis-
tinction of being the first clergy-
man to receive the Page Orie
Award for interfaith activities by
the Wisconsin newspapers.
Dr. Lipschitz has been instru-
mental in the upbuilding of the
North Miami Beach Jewish com-
munity and the Beth Torah Con-
gregation, now one of the larg-
est in Dade County, with 860
families and 800 children in the
schools.
Dr. Lipschitz is president of the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Associ-
ation and is a member of the
board of governors of the Greater
, working democracy in this vital
area of the globe."
Dr. and Mrs. Llpschiiz are among
a handful of American Jewish
leaders who have been selected
to be named Life Honoreas of Is-
rael. Rabbi Lipschitz is a native
of Israel coming to the United
States from Tel Aviv in 19H2. His
only former pulpit prior to com
ing t" Miami was in Madison. YVis.
Reform Rabbis9
President Slated
At Beth Sholotn
Dr. Jacob J. Weinstein. spiritual
Header of K.A.M. Temple of Chi-
Icami. and president of the Central
]((inference of American Rabbis,
[v. ho recently returned from an ex-
pended study tour of the Soviet
jl'nion and Saigon, will speak at
jthe opening convocation of Beth
ISholom's Adult Education pro-
jram on Monday evening. 8:15
I>r. Weinstein went to Russia
Ivith a group of ministers to oh-
I e the Jews in the Soviet
and to Saigon to study
involvement in the war
Viel Nam.
. will revolve around the
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lectui es on "is God
which will be continued on
succeeding Mondays, begin-
\ v 14. at !) p.m.
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the forefront of many religious
and communal efforts in the na-
tion. His leadership in the fields
of peace and human relations, civil
rights, and aid to Israel through
both philanthropy and Israel
Bonds, has made him an interna-
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Volume 39 Number 43
Friday November 4 1966
2*1 Heehvan 5727
Israels Destiny
Decided in Washington
Cr. Tuesday U 5 Ambassador
tc >e United Nations Arthur Gold
;crr took his place e.s this month's
president al the Security Council
This will make America > plec
:;: etteettve UN action in the Middle
I-;- mbrogho tc: stronger than it
eretafaro particularly to
face e: repeated Soviet threats
c: veto
T le parallel between the [sraeh
today and he: difficulties
ir 1356 when Pedayeen terrorists
e daily guilty si border incur-
s from the south thcccch Sinai
.: c soedally ttrikit e
The difference no* that Israel
ns reluctant answer the in-
i with sound military re
h 5a History deorlv sugcesta
- at Fi -::--?- tish-Israe jction
lat time with each nation si
g to aain from it was Israel s
re for forceful reply to Presided
Ncsser
History also reminds us that it
was the Eisenhower Admuiistrauon Ail of thts will necoss.....' mean homework
destroyed whatever benefit tee French -- --^ ;;;r::.5.h; citnten before he enters the
one British won by their oaring and most ai ._ -__ aeic, Tuesday We urge every member c:
.s:-r. cchieved ^s well exeer- and :t -ur _-cmm-r..:v tc exercise his sacred voting
is 2 big except the conclusive open ag of privilege II .s the duty c: everyone : .s in c
El< the Straits a! Tiron at S:.. el democrat c society tc cs--_:e the effective Ice
c: tec- democracy Lxe:c:-:cc :_: hanchise .s
The VS today s :-: rr.cre "tiiprnod toward cr.e :: the cest ways j\ z table tc -; Exercis
"e Israeli position tc.cn :t was -:t 1856 Neve: c: it :espcc5-cly ::.: inteliigenay s even
ess the balance ct power politics :s sue- ~.c:e important Homes ~ and knowiedge-
-. Washingtoa :.;-; :.:: la cemarti able -::.-; e the rest weapons in the c.:sec.ci
turn :est:c.::t on Oce part c: ls:ce' Hence what c: human Ueedom
as an advantage eve: ten years .t:
Poesibry aothing except that in 1956 Is:ce!
c- ecst .::?.-; in ne: awn behali lo auarantee
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and a two-party system at best, this lineup of iBCOmpetei I
derthals has seemed a guarantee to failure Is
- ton that the Republicans :n Fionca delibera-r.
ishmset 0: certain doom?
The answer, thus far. must be yes Kirk may indea
image, but this merely makes h:rr. a more ieeui
mar.derv-.a'.i.rr. Wbst distinguisbee him (rona e:-
deeessors is that he appear* to t>e sure of himself, tost
ictive slid Vigorous, and that h-
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El Fatah Derail Train to Jerusalem
.JERUSALEM (JTAl A
frcisht train was derailed this
week when it hit an explosive
planted on the tracks between
Jerusalem and Tel Aviv. The inci-
dent occurred about a half mile
fjom the Jordanian border.
The incident appeared to be the
work of a new Arab terrorist
froup, the Palestine Liberation
front," active in the .ludean Hills
area. Four leaflets were found car-
ying such messages as "Get Out
of Here. Zionists. Death to You
and Victory to the Heroic Pales-
tinian Nation."
AJCongress President
Warns of McCarthy ism
Continued from Page 1-A
Supreme Court would "refuse to
yield to such pressure." He added:
"The Supreme Court is a hu-
man and therefore fallible insti-
tution, and its moral and legal
supremacy is wholly dependent
on the calibre of the men who
are its members. The now uni-
versally-deplored doctrine of
'separate but eaual' was a cre-
ation of the Supreme Court as
1 the 19th Century closed. It*
correction by the Supreme Court
in 1954, making clear that sep-
aration of the races results in
inequality, was a highwater
mark in the struggle for human
rights."
Rabbi Lelyveld noted that the
Supreme Court's record of liber-
tarian decisions had put it under
"constant pressure of criticism,
end often intemperate attack."
Despite this, he commented,
"none of the efforts to curb the
Court's powers or to reverse the
i ffects of its recent rulings on
(quality, freedom and individual
rights has been successful.''
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Particularly during the past
three decades, he continued, "the
high court has fulfilled to the ut-
most its function as guardian of
our basic liberties."
The leaflets were found in an
improvised stone position from
which two of the guerillas had
watched the approaching train
and then detonated the explos-
ives. Investigators found tracks
which later led to the Jordanian
border and Israel filed a protest
with the Mixed Armistice Com-
mission.
An emergency meeting was held
between Premier Levi Eshkol and
Chief of Staff Yitzhal Rabin on
the railroad blast.
The Palestine Liberation Front
was described as a guerilla group
which cooperates with the Syrian-
backed El Fatah. Its leaflets say
that the new group is named for
Abdul Kader Houseini. a relative
of the infamous ex-Grand Mufti of
Jerusalem. Abdul Kader was head
of Arab guerilla units in Jerusalem
during the 1948 War. He was
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*Jewist> noradtSar
Page 1-K
CC Approves Anti-Semitic Radio?
cst questions are raised." He asked i may still be vindicated. Mean
that a hearing be held. | while, other voices are taking to
The public is yet to be heard. the air to vilify fellow citizens on
The stand of Mr. Cox and the AM.' a basis of religion and race.
Continued from Page 1-A i
Lnd that will surely be highly of
lensive to main persons of the
[wish faith U well as to fuir
linded people ol other faithv"
Jut Hi- FCC went on to assert that
hid in v.as "a medium Of tree
Ipeech" and hate broadcasts there-
ori are permissible and in the
Rational interest
Renewal of the KTYM license
was opposed by 'he ADL on the
giound that "Richard Cotten's
conservative viewpoint" over
KTYM disseminated anti-Semit-
ism and made personal attacks
on the ADL and its officers and
staff. KTYM offered th? ADL an
opportunity to reply to the Cot-
ten broadcasts, which sought to
link Jews with Communism."
ADL took the position that it
khould not be required to. and
rould n"t. reply lo anti-Semitic
Broadcasts, but thai such b
Casts so contrary to the public
iterest that a licensee which per-
mits them to be made is thereby
'iltic-ms Seen
"o be Winner
Si e Treasurer Broward Wil-
iams ill be the lop vote getter
I lade and Brow ard ( ounties in
neral election,"
ng in Charley Will, oper
lor ol vVill-C Polls, ;i Minim
ion survej firm.
-. a Democrat, "ili
ican Josep V i secko w ith
pri to take more
pen the vote W i
', asecko is exp 'cted I i
tan 13 percent "l the vote
v'. (i co ml ies, since 20 per
the votei s are undec ided or
to m.,ii ent," he said.
i ne 10th Congress
cotnpp I oi Broward
and 19 pi i cl in North
the contesi is termed as
Highest in the state," Will
. is
disqualified to hold a broadcast
license.
A strong dissent to the FCC-
grant of renewal of license, with-
out hearing, to KTYM was made
by FCC commissioner Kenneth A.
Cox. lie termed the decision "in-
credible
Mr. Cox said the station broad
casl "material which is patently
defamatory" and "proposes to con
tinue this practice in a new license
perio I lie said ihe commis
ruling held, in effect, "that it is no
proper concern of ihe commission
whether the station operates in the
public interest or not." He stressed
thai Ihe constitution did not tree
the station oi responsibility and
!'( C control.
In an unbroken line of de-
cisions, the FCC and the courts
have enunciated the Commis-
sion's authority and duty to de-
ny licenses where a station's
programs are against the public
inierest. "Where, as here, the
material is maliciously harmful,
and is so lacking in any possible
social value as to be beyond the
protection of the constitution,
the Commission's duty is clear.
Such action by the Commission
is not forbidden prior censor-
ship, and is not in contravention
of any constitutional right,"
said Mr. Cox.
The con missioner said thai his
fellow commissioners ignored "the
vital consideration thai there is
no public interest in ;i pattern of
calculated, ieckless fals hoc I- con-
cerning individuals or groups
in wanton!) ruining lives and rep-
ons."
He noted ili;.i the commission
to considi i such i elevanl
court decisions ;i-> Ihe case of the
United Church of Christ which
ih termined that a n's pro
grams must be responsible.
Mr. Cox culled attention to the
substance of the ADL complaint.
The ADL said "that bj permitting
Us facilities i<> b.- used for the
dissemination of several blatantly
anti-Semitic broadcasts, t lr
licensee had caused serious ques-
tion to be raised as to the propri-
ety of renewing its license. The
complaint charged that the lieen-'
see had allowed one Richard Cot-
ten to make .i calculated appeal
to anti-Semitic prejudice by at-
tempting falselj to equate Com
munism and Judaism."
In Mr. Cox's view, the "essen-
tial allegations of the ADL, cor-
roborated as they are by KTYM,
make it impossible for the
Commission to find at this time
that Ihe public interest would
be served by the grant of a re-
newal of license to KTYM." He
noted that an entire series of
prcgrams was involved, rather
than isolated comments. He said
the broadcasts were "defama-
tory in that they unquestionably
attempt to tie Jews and Judaism
to Communism, and thus to at-
tack the reputations and the
place in society of millions of
Americans, and ate based
on calculated falsehood or reck-
less disregard for the truth."
Mr Cox said that "Whal I am'
concerned about here is the sys-
tematic use of calculated lies
broadcast to large audiences to de-
fame an entire religious group."
The dissenting commissioner said
thai "in light ol the histor.v of the
world in our century, these pro-
grams stand as a bald attack upon .
the lives, Ihe fortunes and Ihe sac-
red honor ol our fellow country-
men. The Commissions Act does
not pei mil a gi anl w ithoul a hear-
ing win n substantial public inter
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Friday, November 4,1955
From Verwoerd to Vorster
Ccntinued from ir'age 1-A
dge his exceptional powers
dership, hia unusual Intel-
li his prodigious energy, his
lastness ol purpose, his polit-
ic; imen and his utter dedica
the vision of South Africa
held before him."
leading evening newspaper,
Star which had also op-
i him 1 ties called the
Dr Verwoerd "one of the
".0 ators in South African .
- In lus own way he was
( the first to accept the facts
new p istwar world ami to
educate .. stubborn and con-
ive people to adapt them-
to 1 h 11 ges Not the least
, qualities was his ability to
a Ion st c in a of fatb-
. enevolence Hi- personal
1 was proverbial, his person
a tegrity beyond reproach. In
er> \ South African Prime
y ters. be stand- among the
Shock and Sorrow
Jewish community shared
\. ..; othei sections in the na-
... 1 The South African
if Depulies and the South
Zionist Federation, the
1. unity's two principal bodies.
ess* -1 1 x he com
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hi am tj and paying
_< to .. Pri : 1 Minister
leall fairl> and honorabl)
the Jewish community.
i d congn cations attended
- :\ ices at syna-
thr lughout the country.
Bi. nard r.i>p< r, chiel
f the Fed< ration 01 Syna-
- it S>u;h Africa, said, at
lemorial service held at
. nesburg's Great Synagogue,
Dr. Verwoerd was, in the
cal sense, man of valor The
! ew word for valor, said Rabbi
denoted strength, firm-
stability "Dr Verwoerd was
s. a man. he said. 'While his
< were the subject of in-
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tense controversy, be stood bv
them with unflinching determina-
tion. It look firmne and braver}
to declare South Africa a Republic
and to lead it out of the British
Commonwealth No one under-
stands this better than the Jewish
people, for we too have taken the
bold step of turning the course of
our history in recent times
Mature Policies
That i- wny, In spitt of ten-
sions which we hope are but a
transient phase, basically there is
an appreciation In South Africa of
what the Holy Land means to the
Jew and how it embodies for him
the prophetic ideal of redemption.
Dr. Verwoerd had this insight
even when the Government of Is-
rael, like so many others opposed
his own policy. And while it was
true that Dr VerwoerH's at'
to Jews at an early stage of his
career hid given rise to concern.
"his mature policies." said Rabbi
Casper, "as evidenced since he as-
sumed the reins of office, reflect-
ed a proper recognition of the
position of the Jew as citizen"
Rabbi Arthur Super, senior rab-
bi of Johannesburg's united Re-
form congregations, addressing
the Reform memorial serrvice at
Temple Israel, traced the change
in Dr. Verwoerd's attitude to Jews,
from li'liti when he opposed the
admission of Jewish refugees from
Germany, to H'48 when he fully
concurred in the policy of the then
new Prime Minister. Dr IV F
Malan. "that both he ai d his gov-
ernment stood for a policy of nor,
discrimination against any section
of the European iwhite> popula-
tion in South Africa, and he look
ed forward to the time when there
would be no further talk regard-
ing the so-called Jewish question
in the life and politics of this
country" Dr Verwoerd had em-
phatically reaffirmed that policy
of non-discrimination toward the
Jewish community when be l>e
came Prime Minister in 1958.
Doughty Assistance
"He was then also speaking."
said Rabbi Super, "against a back-
ground of 10 years of doughty
assistance given by the Govern-
ment of South Africa to the peo-
ple of Israel in their struggle to
maintain their newly-won inde-
pendence. One day the full story
will be revealed of how much was
in fact done by the Government
of South Africa from Ii>48 onwards
to assist Israel in that struggle.
Restrictions Waived
in 1950. when exchange regu-
lations forbade the transfer of
large sums of money to foreign
countries except under control.
those restrictions were express!)
waived by the Government in ol-
der to enable Israel to be assisted.
In 1961, a new situation arose. Is-
rael began systematically voting
against South Africa at the United
Nations. We know that Israel's
votes were conditioned by her
Struggle for survival, as well as by
certain ideals which Israel must
uphold, no matter what the cost
might be to other Jewish com-
munities. The South African Gov-
ernment resented what seemed to
be an unfriendly act on Israels
part and cancelled the special fund
concession, but allowed transfers
to continue within the ordinary
framework of the exchange re-
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Arabs Threaten Eshkol Assassination
Continued from Page 1-A
dav. n insidt Israeli territory south
ot .Mount Ikbron. No Israelis were
hit. and the raiders escaped in the
darkness across the Jordanian hol-
der, which i' only about 40 yards
away from the spot whence the
shooting bad come. The Infiltrat-
ors were believed to be part of a
i inian-1 ased group that struck
previous!) the area west of the
I Sea.
.:i Pari the entire French
l> -- predii ed iliai growing Arab-
I- I ton-: i will lead to serious
de\elopments. Leading French
newspaper! evaluating the contin-
uing terrorist activities of Syrian-
organized Arab infiltrators into
I- ael territory, were unanimous in
Stating thai Israel cannot remain
i- lifferent to the terrorist acts
and will i robably have to retali-
a'.->
Meanwhile the United Nations
Security C< uncil was scheduled to
I. Id its 18lh session Wednesday
or. Israel's complaint against Syria,
charging the Damascus Govern-
! '.t with lesponsibility for the El
Fatah tei < rist raids into Israel.
(I S Ami., ssador Arthur Goldberg
was :o take bis seat as this month's
I -idem (i the Security Council.)
T i stOITi J meetings were held
1 ;>.>. the United States and
i iin troduced a resolution

Premier's
Popularity
Fakes Slump
JERUSALEM (JTA) Re
Is of i recent public opinion
P ill disclosed this week show that
Premier Li\i Eshkol s popularity
ha< slumped from an election eve
peak in 1965 of 55.5 percent to
current lc. of 17 percent.
The survey, conducted by Is-
rael's largest advertising agency,
polled the views of the same sam-
ple interviewed on election eve.
The respondents were presented a
second tirr.t with a list of names of
nine Israel political personalities,
and asked to name their choice
for the Pjemiership.
other rames included former
Premier David Ben-Gurion. Herat
leader Menachem Beigin, former
Chief of S-taff Moshe Dayan. For-
eign Minister Abba Eban and
Finance Minister Pinhas Sapir.
P. 'suits ( their standings were
not disclosed, but the findings
sho I to the Premier.
which would have linked .Syria di-
rcctly with the sabotage and mur-'
der expeditions into Israel, and |
would have requested Syria to j
prevent further raids of the kind.
But after filibustering by the So
viet-Arab bloc, aided by some of I
the African members of the Coun-
cil, the session was postponed
until tomorrow afternoon.
Ambassador Michael S. Comay,
Israel's permanent representa-
tive at the UN, pointed out that,
even while the subject of Syrian-
encouraged terrorism was under
discussion, more depredations
were committed inside Israel.
He called attention to an inci-
dent that occurred last Thurs-
day night, when a freight train
on its way from Jerusalem to
Tel Aviv had run over a mine,
causing the derailment of sev-
eral cars and the injury of one
Israeli. He noted that, only an
hour and a half earlier, a pas-
senger train had run over the
same tracks, and pointed out
that the mine, if exploded earli-
er, might have caused hundreds
of deaths. (Israel announced
last weekend that, due to the
planting of mines along the rail-
road tracks, it has suspended all
train service on the entire run
from Jerusalem to Haifa.)
The immediate objective of the
filibustering during both sessions
on Friday was double. The anti-
Israel group of the 15 Council
members wanted to keep the An-
glo-American resolution from be-
ing debated, and they wanted to
stop Mr. Comay from addressing
the Council again. Failing in their
effort to muzzle Mr. Comay. they
succeeded, however, in postponing
all action on the resolution itself.
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Friday, November 4, 1966
Good Will Cruise Plans Formulated
mmodore" and members oi his "crew" discuss plans for
t] e M.ami Israel "Chai" Good Will Tour on the SS Shalom in
;ary. Helping to formulate plans for the event are (from
Di. Aaron Kahcn, executive director of the Israel Bond
Organization; Samuel Friedland, honorary chairman of the
organization; and Carl Weinkle, "Cruise Commodore."
A diplomatic cocktail reception
will be held in honor of "crew"
numbers of the Miami Israel
"Chai" Good Will Cruise on Sun
day. Nov. 13. 5 p.m.. at the El
Flamenco.
Carl Weinkle. "Cruise Commo-
dore," said this wUI-be the first
get-together as a group of the
members of his "crew" and will
be the occasion for the formal
presentation <>f the Friends of Is-
rael Good Will Proclamation from
the three islands to be visited on
the cruise
The Miami Israel "Chai"
Good Will Cruise, sponsored by
the Israel Bond Organiiation,
will take place aboard Israel's
luxury liner, the SS Shalom,
embarking fiom Miami on Jan.
6 and returning on Jan. 14.
Ports to be visited include San
Juan, St. Thomas and San Maar-
ten.
Hosts at the diplomatic recep-
tion will be members of the Con
SlUar Corps ot Greater Miami. The i
reception will be climaxed with
a special present :it ion liy the
Flamenco Folklore Ballet.
Weinkle indicated that a num-
ber ot other pre cruise social func-
tions are being planned lor par
ticipanta of the cruise. Including
a Chanuka party on Saturday,
Dec. 10, al which special guests
will be Jan Peerce and Kmii Co-
hen.
On Pec I2ti, there will be a
"Commodore's Reception" at the
Fontainebleau Hotel This will be
on the nighl of the annual Am-
bassador's Ball, at which occasion
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United States, Britain and
France, in a review of the Secur-
ity Council's hearing.
;> other em 0) il h hom hi
. in ihc first ol a set ies
,-ere tho of B
The Fok lister also
.:- (I with th
|. er ties with
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[siai : '
res
form;
:. ship in ih<' EE.l
0| mei I -
ies refus on to
ers lo
e an inv
' it
..I a mine t>> an Israeli com-
,i car, and accordinj
the Sj rial
in troops killed three i.
I tan i o the lasl
Another development in the
: \ ..:. '. : ion was a repo I
i in Jerusalem that 15
i ol a new Al ah ti
ip had bet n ai re I d by police
JWV Auxiliary
Hears Fia. Prexy
. nere will be a regular me
the Harrj II. Cohen Surfside-
Bi Harbor Jewish War Veterans
. ,i 5 on Wednesday e\ aning,
. nv n Hall in Surfside
Fpeal er for the evening will be
sident, Mrs. S iphia Lee
in Jordan in a crackdown appar-
ently stemming grom the growing
lift between the "Palestine Lib-
I ion < m sanitation" and King
Hussein
The "Movement of Returning
Heroes'' apparently is under
control of Ahmed Shukairy,
head of the Cairo-based PLO.
Prior to the arrcrts, the new
terrorist g-oup claimed respon-
sibility for the more recent
rai-.'.t gene.al'y attributed to El
I'atah commandoes. Shukairy
recentlv issued a call over
Cairo's P.iiwtinc Radio foi the
overthrow and assassination of
King Hussein.
TI i
iorted to be ol Palestinian ori-
id to be based in
tern (oi dan near the Israeli
but sources in Jerusalt m
stre yet no 11
liable ii I m as to which
mtrj was the base for the new
group's acth il
The Syrian bar to the UN ob-
server occurred after the observer,
. aeli officer
and tracker, followed footprints of
marauders in the demilitarized
.one from the scene ol the planted
mine toward the Syrian position
The group halted
its investigation when darkness
fell. When the officials sought to
resume the tracking, they were
notified of Syrian opposition to
the investigation.
It was assumed that, when
the Syrians learned that the
footprints led to Tel Azzaziat,
they did not want the UN to
obtain clear proof implicating
the Syrians. The UN Truce Su-
pervision Organization then call-
ed off the tracking because of
rains.
The reports on the clash be
tween members ol the Jordanian
Legion and the El Fatah i
mandoes did not indicate where
the incidenl occurred Accord
to the reports, the guerrillas did
no) wanl t<> take any hostile
turn, hut the Jordanian troops
opened fire without hesitation, It
recalled thai Jordan author-
ities had said repeated!) they
would take strict measures against
infiltrations into Israel from
Jordanian base
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Shun White Backlash, Abram Says
By Special Report
CLEVELAND President of
the American Jewish Committee,
calling on Americans in the North
id resist the so-called white back-
lash, Sunday night defended the
record of his co-religionists: "The
rank and file of Jews have not
significantly withdrawn from their
commitment to Negro equality."
.Morris B. Abram, New York
attorney who sits as U.S. repre-
sentative on the UN Human
Rights Commission, made his ap-
peal at the annual dinner meeting
of the national executive hoard of
the American Jewish Committee.
"The proportion of Jews who
are backlashing," Abram said,
'is much smaller than that of
Catholics or Protestants. The
reason for this Jewish predispos-
ition toward civil rights is ob-
vious. Jews, as history's classic
ue.-secuted minority, cannot con-
tend that any minority is striv-
ing too hard for equality or
hieving ils rights too fast.
cannot follow slogans
have been directed against
!i"ui too, which stereotype a
group on the basis of the
,i few Indh iduals, or which
tm that another man must
nail his human dignity either in
a reincarnation on earth or a div-
ine hereafter."
Sharing the platform with
Abram was Rep. Charles L. Welt-
ler, of Atlanta. Abram's home
'own. Cong. Weltner, who with-
drew from the race for reelection
lecause of his refusal to accept
the nomination of segregationist
Lester Maddox as Democratic can-
didate for Governor of Georgia,
spoke on the current state of the
civil rights movement as it is seen
from the South. Philip K. Hoff-
man, chairman of the American
Jewish Committee's hoard of gov-
ernors, was chairman of the din-
ner meeting.
Abram divided those involved
in the current white backlash into
several groups:
First, those without strong
views, "habitual follow-Ihe-lead-
ers," who have neither been com-
mitted to the Negro's struggle for
equality nor strongly opposed to it.
I hey can he found both in the
North and the South.
Second, those who previously
had supported the rallying cry of
"Freedom Now.'' who realize that
the Negro ^'ill does not enjoy
equalitj hut who believe lie should
acquire In- rights more gradually.
Among tin- group are to lie found
manj who are di turbed ;;. the
' ioli : inti i. sitj ol v. Iiiif
ance to the Negro demand for
' more rapid p, ogress, bj i iol -
which ma> nol always bo related
to the civil righl i struggle, and
by the sudden realization -it the
drastic changes implied in full ac-
ceptance of the Negro as an equal
American
Abram added a third group
a hard core "fortunately not
including Jews" "who con-
tend that the Negro should not
have equality, who hold that
skin pigmentation is either a
curse of God or a sound basis
for some men's discrimination
of other men." He listed Mad-
dox, Gov. George Wallace, of
Alabama, Jim Johnson, Demo-
cratic candidate for Governor of
Arkansas, and members of the
Ku Klux Klan in this group.
'"Even in 1966, wc were una'de
to pass such legislation," he sai If the North embraces the polit-
ical traditions that the South has
inherited from slavery and its
aftermath. Abram warned. No '!i
era progress and the integrity of
pas-ion to guarantee Negroes their
full and equal rights, and to pro-
tect them against threats and in-
timidation and vindictive reprisals Northern situations will he endan-
from their former masters." gered.
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white backlash does not include
this group since they "cannot be
said to be hacking off from a posi-
tion they never held."'
Abram acknowledged that some
Jewish liberals had been criticized
for decreasing contributions to the
more radical Negro organizations,
"which were slow in repudiating
an anti-Semitic outburst." As an
illustration of the continued de-
votion of the Jewish rank and file
to the commitment to Negro equal
Ity, though, Abram pointed to the
vole last September in Baltimore,
Md., in the Democratic primary
for Governor. Alone among white
ethnic and religious groups, he
said, .lews voted overwhelmingly
for the liberal candidate, He
added
.'.1 isl h v. s will remain i
cited lo the cause ol Negro lights
and equality."
Turning to Americ.in history,
Abram recalled "the tragic
Compromise of 1877," when the
Negro was abandoned because
"the country was 'tired' of
Southern white violence and the
tension that the resurgent rac-
ists generated. It gave up the
struggle for justice and equal-
ity and gave in to Jim Crow."
That compromise. Mr. Abram
said, succeeded in nullifying the
purposes for which the Civil War
had been fought and in wiping
OUt the gains that had been
achieved through enactment of
the 13th. 14th. and liith Amend
ments and the Civil Rights Acts ol
1866. 1870. and 1875. lie singled
out particularly the Civil Rights
Act of 1866. calling it "one of the
most far reaching in Congression
al history."'
in those years, he -aid. "Con
gress kept turning out laws with a
Iflsraclissosmall,
why take a tour?
Read the following one loud: Jerusalem,
Galilee, Mt. Zion, Mt. Carmel, Acre, Cacsarca,
the Rcil Sea, the Dead Sea. Bccrshcba, Tel Aviv,
Haifa.
These ure just a few of the places you'll want
to \ isit in Israel, w here some 5000 years ol history
have created main more. But how successful you
arc in thoroughly seeing these places can depend
on whether you go as an independent traveler, or
on a tour.
The choice wc want you to make is the tour.
I he organized tour,
Tours are designed to bring you to as much
ol Israel as is possible, and in a sin im nt ol
time. For example, you can find your own
\\a\ to the Sea ol Galilee But only an experi-
, i .-/ tour guide can take j u to the Biblical sites
th a dot the shore. 1 his waj you neither lose time
following an unfamiliar map. nor waste time
hunting up transportation,
A imir has several oilier built-in conveniences.
I or instance, your baggage is transferred for you.
Your hotel rooms are reserved long before you
arrive. You're directed to the restaurants and
shops which will give you more lor your money.
Perhaps one of the least-known features ol
traveling with a tour, and one of the most Im-
portant, concerns the money you'll save. While
you'll sec and do more, you'll spend less. Toms
receive special rates, the savings of which are
passed on to you. That also includes your round
trip 1:1 Al air fare.
Tours vary as to length ol stay and ^~
price. Your travel agent can discuss the r_
different ones with you, and answer your ques-
tions.
El U fwacl lirl
1602 Wanliin [ton Vvenus
Miami Beach "JE 2-5441
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Friday. November 4
1SE6
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ions
&
ervices
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
avs
AGUDATH ACHIM. The Martinique
Hotel. S>2: Collins Ave. Orthodon
y t:i5 p : s itur laj 9:t! : m
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BETH DAVID 2625 SW 3ro Ave. Con
' servative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor
William W Lioson
k- daj ,n Si:''"'
, .'. -h View on Vietnam?"
ih: l:r>i ilaughti i at Mi
.-.n.l Mrs. Joseph Milton. Saturday 9
:i in Sermon: "The Torah Lesson
Par Mltsvah: Daniel, son of Mr. and
Mra Haylm KalJar Mlneha 5 p.m.
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BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Awe. Ortho-
Pox. Rabbi Solomon Sch'tf.
Friday 5:13 and 9:13 p.m Sermon:
rears nf Q lallty-" Mlneha 5 p m
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Ortho- (
Box. Rabbi Be'el Wein.
I. ida) 5:30 p in Saturday I ; W
BETH KODESH. 11C1 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Man
Shaoiro Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari.
. S:15 p m. Sam Schulw oil
, .. ,. ... ident. will Inaugurate
the late Friday 'ervices foi
la Rabhl Ad> His
Feonle." Ras Mltsvah Joanne, daugh-
ter of Mr and Mrs Jack Beeoner
f |a> x is a.m Bermon: who
i vea Long."
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
Ifiln W Dixie Hwv. Cnn-rvat've
Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Sey-
mour Hinkes
y day B:13 P Sermon Science vs
i, ||eton l Shal* hosted hy ,
Mr and Mn M:irvin Mark' in honor I
of their annlveraar) Sati>rdav s:4.i
,i m Bermon: "Portion of the week.
BETH SOLOMON. 50 NW 51it PI.
Conservative. Rabbi Aharon M. Feier.
Friday s:ir, p.m. Sermon: "Land t
Cur Fathers Th. Jewish Founda-
tions." once Shabbat sponsored hy
Mr ami Mrs David Dorfman in hen-
,h ,.f their wedding anniversary. Sat-
urday c a.m. Sermon: "Portion of the
Week." Mlneha 5:S0 inn. Scott l'em-
aky will read the Torah.
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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 5:80 and 8:15 p.m. Bermon:
"Success in Suburbia A Reiis-tous
Boon?" Has Mltsvah: Linda, dauchter
..( Mr and Mrs RolM-rt Hare. Satur-
day 8:30 a.m Bar Mltsvah: Michael.
u-n of Mr and Mm Irwln Ross. Mln-
eha 5:30 p.m.
B'NAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St.
iMSSSSWlllMIIIIII.'"*,.*SlasSSSsai.sa" ^
CANDLEUGHTING TIME
21 Heshvan 5:20 p.m.
4
4: :;i.ix>. asssMSSsssssssfll
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter
Cantc Jack Lerner
i.'i.ir. 8:15 p n- Quest speaker, Mr
rvlng 1 '. sky, president, N rtl
Miami Chapter ( Wom< n's An
OBT, Topi,-: Th. Children "f <>RT.
---- ----
T. LAUOERDALE JEWISH CEN-
TER. 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd
p ,i ^ > 1". p.m Ker.....n "Sacrific-
ing wiiit vs Whom."
--------
HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pinetre.
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Groat.
Frldav 1' i1 in saturda) 8 a.m
Mlm ha li p.m.
-
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE S'NAI. 120-
Johnson St. Conservative Rabb'
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbrann
SRAELI-E cTnT-ER 5175 SW 25th
St. (~0nr-"-ative Rabbi Avrom L
Draain. Cantor William B. Nussen.
sen.
Prida} 8:30 p.m Traditional rrlda>
nlcht dinner 8:30 p.m. Saturdaj B:4S
a.m.
--------
IACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
---- ----
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man.
Saturda) v:30 a.m. Sermon: "And
Abraham l.ived." Bible class i p.m
K.vi nine 5:15 p.m.
----
SEPHARDIC JEW.SH CENTER. 64S
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah
mias.
Friday P m. Saturday 9:30 a in.
----
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
E. Caplan.
Friday 5:13 and 8:15 p.m. Bermon;
"How Mu.-h fan Religious Education
Help th.- Modern child." Saturday 8
a m. Sermon: "Talk a Lot, l1" tit-
tle." Mln.ha 8:10 p.m.
I
HEBREW LESSON
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"Avia" A Hotel in tha
Heart of Israel
Israel has become an aviation
center. Planes belonging to all the
large aviation companies of the
world land at Lydda. The pilots
r.eed rest. Three years ago, the
idea arose of establishing an air-
port hotel on the pattern of this
kind of hotel in other countries,
but with the addition bf Israeli
spirit.
Hotel "Avia" was built a seven-
minute journey from Lydda air-
port and 15 minutes away from
Tel Aviv in the heart of Israel, on
the main road to the Negev, to
Jerusalem and to the north of the
Slate. Because of its position and
fta modern and comfortable ar-
rangements, it has become not
only a base for international avi-
ation companies serving Israel, but
nnrn iion
'Vin^ aVa ji^a-Tris*
"Ve Tana^ nacru brff*
ni-iari ^5 by D'jivw .n?
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IP'Oa^ pi Ift ^0 Kin
also a place of recreation and en-
tertainment for tourists and res-
idents. A swimming pool, tennis
courts, lawns and a wonderful gar-
den make the hotel into a center
for rest, amusement and sport.
The Rassco company helped in
collecting the funds from abroad
for setting up the hotel, and built
it. The 100 workers at the hotel
came from 17 countries. Most of
them learned hotel work on the
initiative and under the guidance
of the management.
Last year, the "Queen of the
Jets" competition was held at the
hotel for the first time, with the
participation of stewardesses of
eight aviation companies and in
the presence of thousands of
guests. This year, the international
aviation ball was held at "Avia."
(Published by Brith Ivrith Olamith)
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con
servative. 102i NE tl>3ra St. Miam.
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Milton Schlmsky.
Cantor Manr.ce Neu.
[' d.i'. vi". p.m Sermon: "The Valu<
of Tlmi Saturdaj 8: r, .. m Mlneha
p.m ,
EMPLE BETH AM. 5950 S. Kendall
Or.. So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi I
merbert Baumg.ird. Cantor Michael
r"ilda> : .::' p.m. Sermon: What did
[he i umpkin saj t" the Witch All
h.ldren uuatrvlng birthdays in No-
,,-nii.,. ulll l" bleaaed Saturda}
p,:i". a in Bar Mltsvah: Richard, son
,f Mr and Mrs. Sidney Cohen; An-
rew, aon "i Mis. Louis Kaplan.
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TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY
WOOD. 1351 S 14th Ave Reform
R.idbi Samuel Jaffe
Kridai x i "' p.m Sermon: "When th.
Rich, i- Wrong." Saturda) n a.m.
....i Mltsvah: Ulenn, son ol Mi and
.\n .ii..-. |di Zi Idman
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TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL. 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Cantor
Saul H. Breeh.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chas.
Ave. Libeial. HaDbi Leon Kronisn
Cantor David Conviser.
Frlda} s:13 p.m. Sermon: "Liberal
juaalsin in the Ssoutheaat." Saturda)
io:45 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Ira, son ol
Mrs la\ Rosenberg and th< late Ben
I- rg
---- .----
TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW Mil
St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Fiida) vi. p.m Quasi speaker, I. M.
.iaii.- -.1 Pittsburgh, Fa. Topic: "Can
American Jewr) Survlvi
Saturua) a.m. Bar Mltsvah: Leon,
son nf Mr and Mrs Harve) Sootln
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 N V\
22nd Ave. Conservative. Cantor
Abraham Reiseman.
Frlda) 8:80 p.m. at temporary head*
quarters, ii-m: NW 2nd Ave. on is
141. Sisterhood will host the Oneg
Shabbat. Saturday :S0 a.m. Junior
Congregation will conduct the serv-
ices,
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Wash,nfl-
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler
PTida) s:J0 p.m Sermon "Two Nobel
Prise Winners A Tribute to the
Jewish Book." Saturda) ; a.m. Ber-
mon: "Weekly Portion of the Bible."
Itar Mltsvah: Cesar, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Mario M. Stone: Ira, sun of Mr.
and Mis. William Chandler. Junior
congregation in the asaembl) hall al
i".:',ii a.m
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Josph R. Narot.
Prlda) 1:15 p.m. Sermon: "Samuel
Agnon Nobel Prise Wlnm r
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIRAMAR.
3500 SW 69th Way. Conservative.
Rabbi Irwin Cutler.
-- e
TEMPLE JUDEA. 5500 Granada Blvd.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip
per.
Friday 8 p.m.
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TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 7ath St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Ntco Feldman.
l''iii!a\ B I", p in. Sermon: "War or
Pea< between Arabs and I
Has Mltsvah: Lola, daughter "i Mr
and Mrs Isidore Wollowlck Saturday
: a in.
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. ana
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Laoovitz. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW 16th St., Miami. Rabbi
Ralph G I i x m a n Cantor Herman
Marchbein.
Prida) 7:lfi p.m. Saturday B IS -i ni
Bar Mltsvah: Sheldon, son "f Mr, and
Mrs. Louis August
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TEMPLE SHULOM. 132 SW 11th Ave..
Pompano Beach. Conservative. Rab-
bi Morris A. Skop. Cantor Leon
Segal.
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TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH DADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Marius Ranson. Cantor Chet Gale.
Prida) R:15 p.m. at Washington Fed-
eral, (99 NE 167th Si Ban Mltsvah:
Alleen, daughter < Mr. and Mrs
Aaron Sherrln.
Double Standard Betr
Hypocritical Eye on Fame
-! *>
By RABBI SHERWIN STAUBER
Young Israel of Miami
In this week's portion of the
Torah. we find an exchange taking
place between our father Abra
ham, and Ephron, the son of Zo
har, the leader of the Hittites.
Within this exchange, one can
easily detect the two-facedness
that often seems to be the stand-
ard of leadership today.
Briefly, we see Abraham seek-
ing a burial place for his recently
deceased wife.
Sarah. He ap-
proaches Ephron,
the head of the
llittite National
Council. In what
at first seems to
be a magnani-
mous gesture on
the part of Eph
ron the Torah
states. "And
Ephron. the Hit-
tit e answered
Abraham in the
*. r-
T''' '' in cc-
ff'-' ;-r Ml-
; air.t !\
Oc... IfltOt of ;--.rtJ tp.
pearirifz here M
DR MAX LII ,-iTZ
spit-.: Tntii
I Ccnrif-:. ', I Muml
I Beach.
s
... ,
Rabbi Sfauber
hearing of the children of Heth,
even all that went in at the gate
of the city, saying: The field I
give thee, and the cave that is
therein I give thee; in the pres-
ence of the sons of nty people I
give thee: bury thy dead.' "
Thus, in a grand public ges-
ture in front of the multitude.
Ephron turns over a grave site to
Abraham with nary a question of
money involved.
But a short sentence later, we
find the true meaning of Ephron's
words and character as he con-
tinues without the public about
him: ballyhoo and fanfare, so that He
"My Lord, hearken unto me; a j criterian for all pronounceB
piece of land worth four hundred would be simply the truth.
shekels ol silver, wl ..- thai be-
tween you i-nd me
In the privacy ol tl lackraon,
Ephron is no longi -he undt'ft
standing, philanthropic person
makes hlmsell oul I i be ir. re-
public pronouncemi
Notwithstanding his public fu-
ture, we discover that he is net
above taking full advantage tf
Abraham's predican e it and be-
reavement.
How often do we find the same
ailment in modern daj leadership?
The eloquent statement of prin-
ciple espoused in the press and
television takes on ., :'.ir differtr.t
meaning in the privacy of the
smoke-filled room.
Unfortunately, it'.i- ; luble sttn-
i dard of dealing is not only to te
found in the seat of io\ernmeniiJ
leadership, but also in business
dealings, and religioi as well
We have reached the height in
the age of the pre- agent where
advertising and public relations
create the image, bi not neces-
sarily the fact
It is high time for us to return
to the single stai dard without
'
rCabbinical AM:
Nov. 6 Ch. 10. 11 a.m.. 'The Jewish Worship iour"
Guest: Rabbi Solomon Schiff
Topic: 'Man's Role in Mankind.'
Nov. 6 Ch 7. 10 a.m.. "The Still Sn ..
Host: Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan. Rabbi Solon
Topic: "Having Children For What0
Nov. 8 Ch. 2. 9:30 p.m.. "Man to Man
Participants: Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Beth 1
gregation; Fr. Donald Connolly
Graham
Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Topic: "What's Your Question"
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SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION HAVE SARAH

TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 E.
4th Ave., Hialeah. Conservative
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
Kri'iav vi:. p.m. Oneg Rhabbat hosted
by Mi. and Mrs. Leo Gelvan In honor
of daoahter Ella who iil become
the bride "f Allen Qreenbera on Nov.
1 Saturday 8 a.m.
TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd. Con
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
Prlday B IS p.m. Bermon: "Divine
Freedom <*f Cjhoice Choosing tl"*
Risht Leaders." ElKhty new stud* nts
of the dall) Hebrew Behool win par-
ticipate m b consecration ceremony.
Saturday :,:i|i ;i m. Bar Mltsvah
Richard, s..n (if Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
w.,t,i Ifoore.
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TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zarnora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell 3er
r. Cantor Ben Dickson.
Friday B 15 p.m Bermon "The New
American Jew." Saturday B:48 ;i m
Sermon: "Portion >>t tli- Week."
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 8500 N. Miarrn
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henr>
Wernick.
PYIday s:l."i p.in Bermon: "Voter's
Vices Sisterhood will host th.- Oneg
Shabbat. Saturday 9 a.m Bermon
Portion '-f the week."
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YOUNG ISRAEL. 990 NE 171st St
Cantor Pmcus Aloof.
Friday 5:30 p.m. Batarday 9 am Ber-
mon: A Life Fully Lived." Mlneha
6:15 p.m.
------a------
YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
1542-44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Nat
tali Porush.
The cave of Machpelah at Hebron. Elieier leai H-*"50
with camels on Abraham's instructions.
"And after tbis. Abraham buried Sarah his wife ir he ca\e
of the field of Machpelah before Mamre" (Gen. -
HAYE SARAH Sarah died at the ag< of 127 Hebron,
and was buried in the Cave of Machpelah. which Abraham p
chased as a family grave yard. Anxious for Isaac to rrjr
of his kinfold rather than an Idolatrous Canaanite oi ^
ham sent his_ trusted sen-ant Eliezer to his forme: ion
Mesopotamia where his brother Nahor lived. h|5
Approaching the city, Eliezer prayed for the success w
mission. He determined on a procedure: He would ask --" ^
he met, "Give me your pitcher and let me drink the P
would reply, "Drink, and I will give thy camels rjru
should be Isaac's destined bride (Gen. 24. 141. hrother
Rebekah. daughter of Bethuel. the son of AlWM"*" the
Nahor, came to the well to draw water, and responded ^
correct formula to Eliezer's request. Thanking God for i|;ahs
ness, the old family retainer presented himself to ^ ^
family, explained his mission, and received Permi.ss"^..native
bekah to accompany him back to Canaan as Isaac -
wife .,er hi*
Isaac loved Rebekah. and was consoled in net ^ hp
mother's death. Abraham took another wife Ket"ran: --. ,f
bore him sons whom he dispatched to the east. Al J
175, Abraham died and was buried next to Sarah in the
Of Machpelah.
This recounting of the Weekly rortlcrt
of the L.* h ';
inis recounting or tne neesif rw jewiin
trscted and based upon "The Graphic History of '"gr
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 r- ^
Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 Wi '|ume

York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing
is Joseph Sehlang.
the vlum

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Miami Delegation Leaving for CJFWF Meeting
Representatives from the Great- help improve Jewish education mendations of the CJFWF nation-
er Miami Jewish Fedenmon will particularly in quality of teachinp ,1 committee-on Jewish education
j>:n more than 1.000 top Jewish and in education beyond elemci
Communal leaders from through- tary school years?
o_t the United States and Canada |
Following the opening day
a' the 35th General Assembly of.
the Council of Jewish Federations
fend Welfare Funds in Los Angeles!
oi Nov. 16 to 20. The Jewish Fed-1
e.ation Council of Greater Los
Angelas will be conference host.
Program Committee members
From Miami include Marshall S.
Harris, associate treasurer of
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
fion, and a member of the exec-
u'ive committee; Sidney Lef-
:sort. Federation's immediate
1 past president, and executive
:3mmittee member; Stanley C.
''ters, also a member of Fed-
ration's executive committee;
ind Arthur S. Rosichan. execu-
; .e director of Greater Miami
. ;wish Federation.
sessions devoted to women's
communal service and delibera-
tions of the Large City Budget-
ing Conference, the full General
Assembly program begins on
Thursday, Nov. 17.
At a luncheon session Nov. 17
Dr. William Haber, professor o!
economics at the University o:
Michigan, will speak on "Econom
ics and Welfare." His talk will hi
the annual Herbert R. Abelc
Memorial Address, which hontm
the founder and first president ol
the Council
Other major sessions will in
elude:
Overseas Changes and Pros-
pects An evening session Nov.
17 will consider overseas problem!
ssions are scheduled on such j and responsibilities for l!)fi7. Dis-
- as: cussing changing conditions in the
What changes are ahead for | Israeli immigration picture and
Ish Federations and Welfare j Israel's economy, as well as other
!- in the next 10 years? overseas matters will be Irving
How will expanding govern- Kane, of Cleveland, CJFWF past
president and chairman of the
::t involvement in health and
[fare services affect Jewish
ies?
What will assure the commit-
it of young people to Jewish
What can Federations do to
Council's overseas services com-
mittee, and Max M. Fisher, of De-
troit, general chairman of the na
tional United Jewish Appeal.
o improve its quality and rele-
.ance to Jewish experience in the
.!)60s. Discussion will delve into
what federations can do about
Jewish education at the high
school and college levels.
Impact of Medicare The
experience of Jewish hospitals in
the first months of the Medicare
program will be reviewed. Also
up for discussion are the outlook
for the medically indigent of all
ages under Title 19.
Conditions in Europe and
Areas Outside Israel Murray
Gurfeln of the United Hias Serv-
ice, Dr. Haber, Gaynor Jacobson,
Hias; Charles Jordan, Joint Dis-l
tribution Committee; Dr. Astorre
Mayer, of Milan, Italy, head of the
Standing Conference on European ,
Jewry; and Jozef Komkommer. of |
Antwerp. Belgium, will discuss the ;
status of Jews in Europe and other
countries outside of Israel
Jewish Service and Jewish
Purpose An Oneg Shabat ses-
sion will be devoted to a panel
discussion among spokesmen of
various points of view on what
is core and what is peripheral to
Jewish service and Jewish pur-
pose. Panelists include Rabbi
Emanuel Rackman, of New
s'on on "This is Not Only a Man's, who will be attending the confer-
World." This will be followed by j ence from the Miami area are
workshops on building the com- j Mrs. Howard J. Trinz and Harry
mitment of women to communal
service and federation.
At the banquet session Now 19,
LewVs H. Weinstein, of Boston,
B. Smith, recipients of Federa-
tion's 1966 Presidents' Leadership
Award. It is traditional that tha
award winners receive a grant to
president of the Council, will ex- attend the annual CJFWF General,
amine the "Future of Federa- Assembly,
tions." ___________
At its meeting prior to the As-i
sembly, the Large City Budgeting1
Conference, representing the 23 j
largest welfare funds, of which
the Greater Miami Jewish Fedeia-
tion is a member, will review the
1967 budgets of its participating
national and overseas agencies.
Other workshop sessions dur-
ing the Assembly will involve
the HEW Advisory Council on
Public Welfare and its recom-
mendations concerning the ac-
tivities of both public and vol-
untary agencies. Also under
consideration: the personnel
crisis in Jewish communal serv-
ice, the war on poverty, chang-
ing church-state problems, young
leadership development, new
housing arrangements for the
elderly, and federation endow-
ment funds.
Included among those persons
sembly will focus on the reconv
uring the week... as i see it
Jewish Education -- The As York; Mrs" Mortimer Jacobson
of New York; Isidore Sobeloff,
executive director of the Jewish
Federation Council of Greater
Los Ang->les; David L. Weltman,
of Boston, and Mrs. Joseph Wil-
len, of New York.
Continued from Page 4-A
uttered particularly here, meaning South Florida, where too many
>;>le could "misconstrue" it.
But i! would seem to me that Mr. Kirk must he less vigorous in
- denials about a statement li' made in Orlando the other Sunday
ported in the press there. It seems Mr. Kirk took a different
preach to the same question. Ever mindful of the major issue of
:teresl to hi- supporters, he declared that his 'Mommy" told him to
mind his audience that "North Florida" intends bringing the Gov-
rnor of Alabama in on the entire approach to this state's racial
: iblem.
Here is a promise to which all of us dedicated toward human
tterment can happily look forward. Here, in sum, is the meaning
his "ultra-liberal' red herring hung hall-mast when he talks about
ayor High. Here is why. in fact. Mr. Kirk does not differ extensively
in his OOP predecessor candidates, and why the party seems bent
; failure once more.
and Comjo/tt
Cyrnpoifcy Slouifltt
Idiotic Gartens
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Next Children's Holiday Film
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SW 8th St.. will be held Friday.
Nov. 11. at 1 p.m. Presentation will
be "Fun and Fancy Free," a Walt
Disney animated color musical car-
toon.

Campaigning Irving Blum,
, of Baltimore, chairman of the
CJFWF committee on campaign
services, will make the keynote
statement for 1Q67 fund-raising. A
series of sessions for campaign
leaders both men and women
. will evaluate the gains made
in 1966 and project measures to
increase these gains in the coming
year.
Women's Communal Service
I On Nov. 16. Mrs. Leo Hirsh, of
. Los Angeles, will moderate a ses-
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Friday, November 4, iggg
Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
4 Rebel Who Just
Wouldn't be Tied
ONE OF THE finest sermons in
America is Bill Veeck. Mr.
Veeck was once a baseball mag-
nate. He bad Cleveland, 0., in Ihe
palm <>l his hands back in the 40's.
Colorful and imaginative, his
public relations antics were so
tumultuous that he broke all a<
tendance records, as millions came
to see the Cleveland Indian- plaj Grandmothers
and toddler- who normallj care little about base
ball became sputtering tans when Bill Veeck ran
the show.
Mr. Veeck inspired his player- too They be-
came world champion-.
i i Veeck is a man of great courage. When
is fool was injured in World War II. it never
teased givii him trouble
Sent In a hosital, Vied; used to -teal out to
.up- v h i loved him foi his gay
personality He didn't know how to say no.
Finally, the leg had to be amputated. When he
got hi- wooden leg Bill staged a ball in honor ol
ihe event and he danced all night. Half of
Cleveland danced with the ex-Marine.
Mr. Veeck became mo-t unpopular with other
bast hall men. who finally ganged up to drive him
out of baseball They disapproved of his puckish
ne->. When he left Cleveland, he went to Chicago
where lie u--vd to celebrate every home run by
making his scoreboard explode with fireworks. In
St. Louis he put a midget in his line-up.
Bill Veeck was a pioneer in breaking the color
bar in baseball. He signed up Satchel Paige and
Larry Doby for his team.
Although the baseball owners got Mr. Veeck
out of baseball, he continue- to bring jubilation
and exhilaration to the world. He writes books.
And in Chicago he's the impressario of TV shows.
In one of his books called Veeck as in Wreck."
Bill discloses another facet of his basically ethical
ouuook. he tens about the time he was stopping
in 8 private club and asked the clerk to reserve a
room for .Mr. Grabiner. Told that the club wouldn't
allow a Jew to check in. Bill said: "'That's fine.
Send the boy up in ton minutes to get my bags "
A rebel. Bill Veeck refuses to wear a necktie.
It's hard to tie him. too.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Gurion 'Only 60'
JEN-GURION denies he is 80 He i
** only 60. One can count, he sav -
living only the year- one ha- willed
and hi- first act ot self-willing was hi
ling to the land which later becami
Israel Ben-Gurion was 20 then
makes him only no now
ne might say, judging by In
/ I for living, alertness and above all
by his will, that he i- actually no more man ,>o or 40.
Isn't age a good deal of a relative thing? Schman aim
Levin used t" speak of a certain man a- having become
Bar Mi:/'all al tin \ person may he old in some ways,
young in Others. Then auain a person really has many
ages, physical, mental, emotional and perhaps the tine
age i- some common denominator of all three factors
Ben-Gui ion's reference to hi- will is indicative lie
not only willed the nation he was to live in but also his
personal name. Originally he was David Green. How
green is my valley' I'.en Gurion did not feel like a valley.
More like a mountain. The prophet- said. "Get thee up
on the mountain.''
The prophets also spoke of "the lion of Judah."
Yes, David Green decided he would be a lion. (.111"
in Hebrew is a lion cub. a small lion
lie was himself small public-ally. Five feet 2 inches.
It is said that his grandchild once said to his father.
"Papa, you are tall and handsome but haven't got as
import.int a job a- Grandpa who is short and not so
handsome.''
A man named Gurion was a fighter in the ancient
revolt of Israel against the Homans. So the name Gurion
had a double appeal to David Green.
He also, as we know, willed the nation he was to
live in To help bring it about, he had to fight in Israel
and travel all over the world.
He became one of the pioneer .lewi-h nationalists
and also one of the pioneer internationalist fathers Each
me of his three children was horn in different countries,
one in America, one in England and one in Israel
During the First World War, the Turks expelled him
and he and his friend. Ben-Zvi came to the United States.
Every day you could find the two in the Jewish
Room of the New York Public Library where they went
through every book or article about Palestine and adding
their own personal information, they brought forth a
400 page volume dealing with Eretz Israel.
Ben-Gurion had found that he always worked better
if he did three things at the same time, so while working
on the book, he organized the Jewish Ix>gion and also
got married.
Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER
Eye on the Common Market
believe that ad
will work like
Jerusalem
IN THE FIRST week of October,
Israel submitted her applica-
tion for associate membership in
the European Common Market.
Nobody here expects the applica-
tion to be accepted swiftly and
without difficulties by the Cm
erning Council of the Common
Market, Nor doe- any economist
im-sion to associate membership
some magic wand, solving Israel's difficult economic
problems. Bui it i- generally assumed that associ
at ion vvilh Ihe Market could, ultimately, be the
vehicle boih forcing and enabling Israel to move
;ii -i more vigorous pace toward economic health
and well-being.
Many observer- feel that tin' l-rael Government
made a bad mistake bj not submitting her applica
lion si\ or seven years ago when the idea first
Came up foi discussion \1 that time there were
only unofficial feelers and when the response was
not very encouraging, the Israel Ministry ot Finance
(reportedly despite advice from experts ol the For
eign Ministry), decided to aim lower instead ot
formal association, l-rael asked tor a broad mutual
agreement on reduction ol customs between herself
and the six nations of the Market This would not
only be easier to obtain but also would be of majoi
economic significance and would open a 'back door"
to Ihe Market, too
It proved to be a miscalculation: the tariff
agreement achieved covered only a limited list of
goods, it did not include Israel's two most im|
export items polished diamonds ami orai .
it had only a minor effect on Israel- economic
problems and. most important, it fail.,] .
any back doors to a closer relationship vviih |h0
.Market
Of the six member- of the Market mil
are clearly in favor of giving l-rael somi
Status; they aie the three smallest one-
Holland and Luxembourg As for German; h
present ( hancellor and former Minister
l.udwig Ehrhard indicated, both in the
now, support tor Israel's request, but
much beyond promises France, theoret
pathetic, 1.- more concerned with obtainin
the Market lor her former cob,me- which .
members of the French Community ol S
Italy, the economically most under-developed
six, is al-o the most opposed to i-i, .
both tor general and specific reasons
Meanwhile the list of applicant- for
member-hip ha- grown to considerabli
includes Spain. Greece (whose applical
already approved in principle) as well ..- -
African countries l-rael will probably havi
for a decision on her application until ]
cant- are taken care of.
By:
MAX LERNER
A Sentimental Gathering of the Clan
Washington
IT WAS A big ballroom, and there were
' close to a thousand of us packed
into it. at the celebration of the 50th
anniversary of the Brookings Institu-
tion. I was there because some 40 years
ago after college and law school. I had
spent a couple of years at the Brookings
Graduate School of Economics and Gov-
ernment, which was later merged with the larger t)o>iy.
It was a sentimental occasion for me at the gathering of
the old clan, many of whom had not seen each other
during those 40 years but who remained militantly cer-
tain that no better graduate experiment had ever existed
in America.
So we drank a good deal, as one does at all reunions,
and swapped memories, and then sat down to eat and
listen to the speeches, The last speaker turned out to
be Lyndon Johnson.
The President was smart to accept the invitation,
because it gave him a good chance to talk about and to
the American intellectuals, and do a little badly needed
fence-mending, lie took it. in one of the better speeches
he ha- delivered.
It was at once defense, pi oil and plea: a defense of
In- own record against the charge that he had cut himsell
off from the intellectuals: a barbed prod to those intellec-
tuals to apply, in their attitudes toward the Viet
wai and iiie poverty program, tin same critical objectivit;
the same sense ot complexity, and the same absence of
slogans that the;, use in their laboratories and seminar-.
and a plea to help him in the tan-led problems ahead,
especially with the urban program-
He was well received, but largely '1 suspect) because
he was talking to a group that ha- all along been involved
with the federal agencies and programs. I wonder what
kind of reception he would have got from an audience
of young instructors, graduate students, writer- and art-
ists who are strong on the New Left, the .inn Viotuar
crusade, and Black Power''
The President spoke of three kind- ot intellectuals.
or three aspects of intellectual power: that ol creating
new ideas, that of administering new governmental pro-
grams, and that of critically evaluating programs, ideas.
and policies. He stressed the third, obviously in order to
underline his feeling that the intellectual- who oppose
his policies have not taken the trouble to understand them
Fair enough, but one had the feeling Hat his triple
classification missed the real problem of the current split
between the intellectuals and the Administration 1 should
have preferred a different three-fold division The Pre*
ident was speaking largely to intellectuals who are tech-
nicians, whether in the government or out That is one
of the three groups. The other two are the men of idea-
immersed in scholarship or creation: and the activist!
The President has had litte trouble with the in'.'!
lectual technicians, and a good deal ot troul
scholars and idea nun. and with Ihe activists Tin
are right in the center ol what is going 01
are either skeptics or True Believer-, rcbeh
ami in both cases then self-image demands H
pretty far-out
In every society they have played a sin
the eve of the French Revolution 'a- Toq
e ol letter- became the grtvediggers ol 111
and the firebrands pointing the waj to "
e e oi the Russian Revolution they ci
America the idea men and activists prep
the New Deal and later the New Frontier I
cotton to the Great Society, it 1- parti} due I
partly to the President's personality and
partly to their intensified need to b. '"-. thi
positions Whether they are right or wrot
President ought to understand what muve-
I doubt that he does.
As We Were Saying:
By ROBERT E. SEGAL
And Then Title IV Reared its Head
THE PROPOSED federal Civil
' Rights Act oi PKiii cracked up
on the fears of middle class home
owners whose love of property
strongly outpaces then- regard for
human rights.
The battle for a Fair Housing
Law at the national level against
the powerful lobby of those who
raise the false cry of Forced Housing Svtmuia Lena,11
to be extended through many legislative sessions
The stakes are gigantic: and the issue te-ts the
character of the American people as perhaps no
other social welfare issue doe-
Even the crustiest real estate lobbyist know-
well that most proposals advanced to end property
discrimination by law will eventually be judged
constitutional. The California Supreme Court's ac-
tion in holding invalid that state's infamous Propo-
sition 14 points in that direction: and the highest
court in the land will obviously approve such mea-
ures as California's Rumford Act eventually. Some
16 states, covering better than 50 per cent of our
nation's population, already have Fair Housing
,
.1
laws, along with 36 cities, and federal supplementa-
tion of these statutes is inevitable. ,
Hence. Sen. Dirksen's melodramatic >'
against Title IV (the housing section 1 ol ne w
civil rights proposal may have saved Ihe aa
unenlightened property owners this year: oui
Dirksen appeal cannot be long sustained ""
his own Republican colleagues, paced by '"'"' ". j..
William M. McCulloch, are sharply opposed <"
sen s position on Title IV: and no modern nw
party can expect to endure if it fails to give.
ance against indignity to minority group AM" '. d
as they hunt for housing in our heavily -popui
The harsh fact of transiency and humajJ2
bilitv in our day would in itself make a f
Fair Housing I-aw essential Those ';',;, in
Americans who move into different 1
any given year in order to hold on
'.mprove their economic positions wiu v ^
pressure enough to pierce the stubborn su
lawmakers and the real estate lobby
Meanwhile, the nation has been r
gress on other civil rights fronts.
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Iriday, November 4, 1966
LEGAL NOTICE
* kwistifhrfoRbun
Page 35 A
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 71459
UK: Estate of
iRKrS FARKASH
I .. ;i-.m1.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
(i- Claims or Demands Against said
:
i'oii are hereby notified and re-
i n rd i" pi. miii any claims and He-
hands whieh you may have against
|l estate "I MORRIS FARKASH de-
isi-d late nf Hail.- County, Fiortds,
tin- County Judges of Mail.- County,
|iul file the same In duplicate nnd as
poUded in Section 7S8.TS, Florida
unites, in their offices in the Cotin-
. Courthouse in Dade Countv, Flor-
B.i. within six calendar mi.mils from
hi. rim., of the flral |>ubllcatlon here-
|f ..i the same uill be barred
Dated at I,...... Neck, N.Y., this 1st
|i.. ol .Ink A.I i. 1961!.
i.\i HER MARK
MINNIE PARKASH
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
. I it h day nf t tctobi r, 1966.
,i nuel S. Smith
.itorney for Administratrix
|i. Uncoln ltd. .Miami Iteach Fla
I" I 1-21-28, II 'I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 72)67
IK: Kst.it.. ,,f
MURRAY NADEI.L
I 'i reused.
i. \il i'.i dltors and ,\u Persons Hav-
m Claims or Demands Against Said
date:
jVou are hereby notified and re-
I1 red i" pi esenl an> claims ami fie-
nds which you ma> have against
-t.it.. of MURRAY NADEIX ,|,..
iil late -if Dade County, Florida
In Count) Judges of Dade Coun-
.....' file the same in duplicate und
provided In Section 783.16, l-'l... ida
tea, in ih. it- ufflces in the Coun-
" [hu isi n Dade County, Flor-
iihm si\ calendar months from
time iii ill, rirsl iiubllcatlon here-
|t ..r th- same will be barred
Nil it Miami, Florida, this llth
.....'! i- .A.I i. 1966
I.II.I.IAN X \l.i:i,|,
\t Executrix
t publication ..r this not.......
It 'i tlaj of k'tobcr 1966
a, Fried and Well, i:-,,.-.
a.-, s i,,r Kxecutrfx
li "In lid.. .Miami Reach, I'l i
__________ l" 14-21-28, II t
:'o l: :::::.- v leiard
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 72467-C
ItK: Estate of
MI'RH W NA HELL
, l| .-. ,|.. ,1
NOTICE OF PROBATE
I All: OF FLORIDA:
'M.I. PERSONS INTERESTED IN
III-. ESTATE OF SAID DKCKDENT
' ","' '.....I3 notified that h wrlt-
"" Pur.....-ting i.. be the
' "in nnd testament of said tle-
' "J ''- In en admitted to probati
mid I ourt. V.in are hereby cora-
"i-ii within six calendar months
" the date of the first iiubllcatlon
" i '"" lo nppear in said Court
'"' *"........- If an) >"ii can, whs
''" ol -.i .1 Coun in admitting
win t,, probate should not stand
UEOROE T. i'IAKK
County Judge
By; si e p. w.wuu.aw
t imblioation'of this notice on
.' iitn da\ of October, ISM
Umpire, Fried and Well, Eaqa.
','"">" ("r Executrix
i- ncoln Road
" iml Reach, Florida 33139
^^^ in 11-21-28, 11 i
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
I1TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADb COUNTY. FLORIDA
IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 10965
DAVI i RENNET t",
I'lnli
'But, Morris, there must be another answer
to the problem of intermarriage."
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
"* THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 72466
> HE: Estate ..f
ii m:i.i:.- CHARCOWSKT
i '. i. I-, ,i.
\ii creditors and \n P. rsons Hnv-
ims or Demanda Against Said
| "ii are hereby notified and re-
cu to present nnj claims and de-
wblch v..a maj have ngalnsl
,' "' of CHARI.BM ''II UtCOW-
ml v ludgi ..i I i.i.i.
'*"'..... f"e the same in dupll-
vlded hi Sei lion ?33 16.
, *'"."' I" Ihelr ol.....
"""u.....thouse in Dade Countv
";'. 'Rhln -i\ calendar months
' "'; "' "l" "rat publication
,"' 'he same will be bai n .1
:' -: Miami, Florida, this t;th
' "' ,V.".....' A.D. 1961
\ i"l.\ CHARCOWSKY
As Executrix
. |,ub<-J on ..I this nolle.
.h day .,f October, 1966.
,!..... '- '' and Well, Esos
for Executrix
'''"coin ltd., Miami Beaoh, Fin.
l'l/l l-21-L'X. 11/4
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72593-A
IN RE: Estate of
It' isi: IIOHNER,
I.......s.-.l.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and Ml I'eistms Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Bstllti
Y.m are hereby notified and re.
quired 10 pri sent an) claims and de-
mands which you ui.n have ngalnsl
the estati of Iti'SK ItOSNER rteceas-
ed late of I >itd< Co inty, Florida, to
the County Judges of I Hide County,
and rile the same in duplicate and hh
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Coun-
ty Courthouse in Dade County, FUi -
ida. within six calendar .....nths from
the 1 in.. of the last publication In r.
"f. or the sain., will be barri ii
Dnt; .I ;it Miami, Florida, this l-> h
da) 1.1 111 toilet, A.D. 1966
ALBERT A. ItOSENR
\s Executor
First publication of this not 1.....1
the -M -1 da) of October, 1966.
In Ing 1 ') |ii 11 Liu 1 iff.. s
Attorneys fur Ex< cutor
SSR Vrthiir llodfre) Road
Miami Beat h, Florida 33140
___ju -'I : s. 11 1.11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C11324
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
i: IRHARA LYNN MOYANO.
Plaintiff,
vs.
VINCENT EUGENE MOYANO
I'of. iidant.
TO: VINCENT BVOBNE MOYANO,
c/o Raphael Moyano
'<~ Colonial Avenuo
Trenton, Now Jersey
or
183 Orumman Avenue
Newark B, New Jersey
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTtFIED
that a Complaint for Divorce has
iiii-n filed against you, and you are
requlnll to serve a copy nf your an-
swer or pleading to the Plaintiff's
attorneys, smith \- Handler, 107 Lin-
coln Road, Miami Reach, Florida,
and file the original of same with
'li' off.....f the Clerk ..1" the Circuit
Court ..11 or heron the 2Hth day of
November, 1966. If you Fall to do .-,
Judgmi in bj default will lie taki n
againal you for the relief demanded
.11 ihe Complaint.
DONE AND ORDERED el Mil n 1
Florida, this ;'isi day of 1 ictohi 1
K I'., LEATHERMAN
1 'lerk of 1 he 1' milt 1 "ourt
I Hide 1 'ounl <. Flot Ida
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 72292-B
IN RE: Estati of
t'l-ARA KTHEIj JORDAN
I la-,1 m*d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml i'i. .in... 11 nil All Pi 1 -..11- Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agulnsl Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
l 1 ed i" 1.......1 an) claims und d<
w hicli >oll niav have iiuainst
the stale .a 1 "I.ARA ETHEL Jl >R-
DAN .!....,. .1 late of I i.m|, Count).
Florida ,to the (Toiint) Judges ..1 Daile
County, .mil til. in.- -.urn- in diiplicatei
and as provided ill Section i
FI1.11.la SlUlUti s. in their offli 1 in
the Count) Courthouse in Dudi Coun-
ty, Florldu, within six calendar months
....... Ihe time of the first publication
of, or tin- same III he liarred
Dated .it Miami. Florida this u'th
da) of October, A.D. 1......
OEt IRi IE II .11 iRI' \N
As Administrator
I Ii mi Norton
111 1 for Administrator
106 la-. 11;. n. BulldlnR
10/14-21-31 1
SARA BENNETT.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: SARA BENNETT
39 S. Normandie Avenue
I...- Angeli .. fal fornla
YOC ARE HEREBY notified that a
fomplalnt for Dlron has been filed
ngalnsl you, ami you are In reli) re-
tiulri d t" .-. rve n 1 opy of your 1111
to the Complaint on the Plaintirfs
Uttoilie) LESTER RlHiERS, whos.
address is 999 N.W. nth Mtreet, .\ii-
aml, Florida, and file the original of
th.- Answer in the offici of thi Clerk
of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit in and
for Dade County .Florida, on or In-
ton in,. :'::,.,| day ,,f November, 1066
in default of which Ihe Complaint will
I., laki .1- confessi .1 by you.
DATED this 13th day of October,
E. B. LEATHERMAN
Cli rk .d the Circuit Court
(ealj B) 1 K \l i.v.m.w
1 >eput) 1 1. 11,
___^^_^^^^^^ 10721-23, 11 t-ii
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72446-A
IN RE: Estate of
IRW1N PARTEtlYL
n. ceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
! All i'l dltors and All Persons ll.-iv -
Ing Claims or Demands Against s.u.i
\"n are hereby notified and ro-
nulred to present an) claims and de-
mands which you may have against
Hi. estate of IRWlN PARTEUYL de-
' ""' 10 Hu- Count) Judges of Dade County
;""1 ."'' ih. s....... in duplicate and us
Ijrovlded in Section 733.16, Florida
st.ii lies, in their offici in th, Conn-
i) L ourt house in Dade C.......>. Flor-
ida, within six cub ndar months from
ni no of the firsl i.m.ii. utli n here-
f. or Ihe mime ill he barred
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
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solicits your legal notices*.
W* appreciate YOUI
patronage and guaranty*
accurate enric* at legal
rates .
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I li
'ih. undersigned, desiring to engagi In
mis ness under the fictitious na not >t
I..... WIND WONll and FCNO CHoI
U11.N1;. his wife, ill. a JOE'H SEI -
Mi d II l-'i 11 ill MART at 1804 N IV.
H2nd Street, Miami, Florida Intend t..
register said names with the Clerk nf
in. t'lruull Court of Dade Com y,
FI01 i'i..
Inn 1 WINfl Wl iN'i:
FL'NO ''Ih 11 Wl INO
III Jl.Jg, II
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUPT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 724 1b B
IN RE: Estate of
Jl IE PCNDIK
11. used,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons H .v-
11- I'liiini- or Demands Against s.ild
i:-l:.l.
V" 1 are In n by not I fled nnd
(liiireil to present an) clalma and
in.iii.l- u hi. li you ma) lm. ..-
ih. i'i ......1 .11 IE PCNDIK di ceusi I
1111. ,i ,1 "\i'.'.,Vi"' i'l" '......' Dade County, Florida, t..
iv of tit'tohe,' A I) |!|i '~ l3"' '"....."' l'"1-'- '">< r..... '> <""
M \i'i \'\'i i-i--i-'i 'i'-'m >- "'' 'li' -..... in duplicate and a* 1
j,! M'l"l In Kecilon 733.16, Florla Si 1-
Ftrsl ,. i.n. ,"; ':'X In their offici In tin Com iy
n.....1- In Had. County, Florl .
"" 2lsi di ... ol in lober, 1:.....
I.....nurd .1 Ealish
Vttorm foi Adminlslrali \
1629 'l.il'i.nt Bldg., Miami, Fin.
I l'1-.'v. ,
tin.....
Dnti 1
-lit 11 llll)
udur months I om
the rirsl iiubllcatlon her.
ami- u ill I... iuirretl.
ai 1 in..- .. \i I,:, an,
lie
I.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (HV EN
ih. undersigned, desiring i" engagi
in business under the llctltlnus mini*
..1 sax ALEJANDRO si 'ii., 111, of
VRT, ul 6311 Muggiore St., LSi al
tiuhles, Florida, Intends in register
said name lih the Clerk < the fir-
cull Oourl ..I Dade County, Florida
BCNICK Iv. HUARBfiS
tlEOROK N. Ma.lniN'EI.I.
At tor tie) for Eunice E. Suares.
Director
(1.1 Bisoayne Hide.. Miami, I'ln
____________________ Ui'2s 11 l-ll-IS
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO APPLY FOR
CHANGS OF NAME
CHANCERY NO. 66C 9836
i'o Whom it .May Concern:
Notice is hereb) given thai 1 lie ..n-
derslanod iietltloners, I.EM Po MIX
and six iiim; YIP, individually and
on li. hall of JOAUCIN l,Ei: and
TANIA NEE, Minors, whose nddress
- 1660 s \v. 17th Avenue, In the City
of Miami, Dade County, Florida, n-
tend to nppl) to th, Honorable
1.1 .^ r. a, King, Judge of the
Eli vi ntli Judicial 'hi nil, in and for
Mad.- County, .it his nrflee In the
County I'..mi House, ul 2:......Clock
P.M., "ii th. I.'itli da) of Novembi r,
' ...... Ihi r< after as 1 hi j
ma) hi r ......rder changing
1.1:1: i'i 1 mix ami
YIP SCNtl I'liNII, JOAQCIN LEE
kNIA LEE, I.. 11 1 \1.n1x 1.1:1:
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 71975 C
IN RE: Estati ol
M VE ELIZABETH TIERNEY
I ,, ,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pel sons Hnv.
' urns or I ..in.mil- Aga 1 -1 Said
I I.
Voti .ii-, hereby notified and re-
1 1 red lo ].r. -.nt mi) cliiims .....I dc-
------ |mands which you ma) have ngalnsl
1 ".....state of MAE ELIJCABETH 1
TIERNEY, .I. ..-,,-. .1 Ihi. ,,i 1 ind.
Ihal Sounty, Florida, lo ihe Count) Judges
"i 1 Side ','iiiiv. and file Ihe same In
dtiplicnti .iml us provided In Section
[33 I*;. I'l"' kin slut 11. -. in their of-
fices in Hi..- County Courthouse in
1 'a.1. County, Florida, Ithln six B|.
endar months fr..... the Hi......r the
inst publication hi reof, or the same
will be barred.
Hand nt .Miami. Florida, this 13th
da) of 1 ictob. r, A.D. 1966
HELEN M. TYNER
\- Administratrix
a Scptembi r. a.m. 1 :;..
EILEEN IDLE
\- Ex. cutt i\
'' I pi blicatl......t this notic.
III.' 2ll llll Of I hti.1i, 1. i;.,,,,.
Il.11 ) Norton
I ii 1 1..1 Exe. utrix
I 1116 lllsi u) ne Bldg
.- |]

IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72539 B
N BE Estate of
HAVID.K ISEI.EKSK V
11... .-used.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credit, is and All Person II
Inn "...ins ,,r 1 i.'iii.niiis Agali
Estati :
You ., in 1, b) notified ml re-
quired to present an) claims and d. -
11.111.1- u in. ii v..,, ,, 0) ha\ 1 hi
Ihi estate of DAVID JOSEI.EFSKY
* ..- .1 1.it.' "f 1 >ade County, PI
Ida, 1.. Ihe ('ounl) Judges f 1
Cunt). .111.1 rile the same In .1 ipll ...
and 11- in ..1 ni.-,1 in Section :: 1
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
tin Count) Courtl......-. in Dade Coun-
.-.- .......,,,,^,1.,,,,.^ ..................,,,.....-.- I,, .,.,.-,,in. 1 -
First publication of this notice on *>' Florida, within six calendar m.....ha
tho 21st day of October, 1966, from the time of the first publication
Arthur W. Knrliek | hereof, or Ihe same ill be barred
Attorney for Administratrix 1 l>ated at Miami. Florida, this b
999 N.W
llth St., .Miami. Kin.
I" 21-28, 11.1-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72508 C
IN RE: Estate of
HAICBV SIMONHOFF
I lei eased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Crcdllnri. .iii.l All Persons Hnv- 1 ,, "SI'SEn2y PUBLICATION
Ing Claims ... Demands Aguinsi Siild '^7"^ CIRCUIT COURT of the
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
day ni" ictnlier, A.D. 1968.
SI INYA I 1:11:1 "LANDER
.11 IE .I. ISELEFSKY
Co-Ex ecu tora
I- irst publication of this n
Ihi 21sl da) of 11. i..ii. i:,,;.,
Sim.ni. 1 la) A 1 :i iindu rg
Attoi 111 \ s r.ir Exe. lllors
301 Am-:, ) Blilg., Miami, Fla.
Ill Jl.g j '
V" : .11 hi pby in.1 il i.-.l and 1. .
I 'i'i In pn -1 m an) la in and de-
mands u Id. li ).....na) havi
Hi. estate of HARRY SIMONHOFF
1 ed late ..r Hade Oiunty, Flor-
"''' '" '''' '''"""> Judges of Mad.' .... ,.,\;;,. ......... x.
I In -....... i.....mil., ,1 MM I.I.I I I, NI- u MAN,
mil
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 66C 11185
HARRY NEW .MAN.
Plainl Iff,
||, |< M IV. IMNIA LEE, lo loAQI'IN LEE ''.......)'. and flh the same in dupllcat.
' M.iiim Clerk '' sl s FoNH LEE. .ihm.hix LEE I """I provided In Section
, id TANIA LEE, lo bi legall) const!- '' ~ "' Ihelr I
N thf rmiMTv innrcc pahot which name they shall he 1 ounl) Courthouse In Dade Coun-
IN ANn for nlo? roi.MTv '" n six oil.....urn
FLORIDA iS PRflBATF "' lhla '" !...... '......... "" ,,,! '
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE x hereof, or the same will In i,,,,,.,!.
in.-- iv, ,' 72i68-c -1:1: Po MIX ..ml vil'si'Xi; 1'iiNi;, I'KlJ'd Hi M ami. Florida .this 11 li
"1 ,.: n "iV ,,,i ."! N|NHAENn0^TV JUDGES COURT
J,n>n,.R DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
1 11- No' 7,0B3A
'i.i'.: Estate of
x RAROF8KY
i'i ceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
mini ,',"'<*>" and All Persona
,|,| Ksiail'"'" r '*'l"i""l Avnmst
V.'.'i 7" h"'"''V notified and rs-
1. i.res,,,, ,ny eiaimg and
Ste of LENA OAROFSKY
' n '" n' ,,w,e '"'inlv. Kb.i-
,, '', '/'""'Y ,"''">" "f Dart,-
."> .lid ill.. ,,. w,. ,
116 S?.,5" 'r"vi'1*"' S...11,,,,
, 'f";n'''' Statute*, in their of-
,',','* ''"""[v Courtbomia In
Florida, within six ral-
"" <':< 1..... of th-
',;/,;',';;"' '""<'. or ihe same
t Miami, WorMs, this Hh
01 Ik-tober, A.D, 1948
'-AltENii: HCHNKIDER
^lr.. '" Executors
ii 2y_9i October, 1968.
;*M Norton
" Bisoayne Building
10/7-H-21-28
n RE: rotate ...
Ji ISEPH .1 Ml'l.llh'lti;
D. ceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pel
Having Claims or Demanda A|
Said Estate:
Vmi are hereby notified and ri
quired pn senl any claims
1. iiuinds which >.....nay have asalnst
the estate of JOSEPH .1 Mil.111:1;.;
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to the County Juds.....1 Dade
County, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided iii Section 783 16,
Florida Statutes, ill their "ffi.-es ill III.
County Courthouse in Made County,
Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of tin. first publication
hereof, or the same Mill In- barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this isth
day of October, A.M. 1988,
MIIMA M MONET
- As Executrix
First publication of this notice ,.ti
the 28ih .lav of October, 1966.
MM.TON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney f"r Executrix
llll Aillslev BllildillK
_____ Ift/M 11/4-11-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN Ihal
Hie iinderslcne.l. disiiinu to
iii business imdir the fictitious nan.,
of WILLIAM EABL AND ASs.ii'i-
A'l'KS. Bl lo.'il rUist intb Court, Mia
le.li. Florida 38013. intends to reg;-
Isfer said name with tho Clerk <>f the
circuit Court ..f Mad. County, Florida,
WILLIAM EARL. CHRISTIANSEN
IRVINC CYPBN LAW OFFICES
Attorney for
William Earl Christiansen
10/28 11/1-11-18
r tfuall)
and on hehulf "t the Minors,
.ToA..TIN 1.1:1: and TANIA LEE
I', tit.......-
'' alti 1 Vli a 'ostnnxo
Mtorne) Arthui l>. Deckelmaa
Building
I, Florida
in I 1-21-28, II I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to enaKe
in business under the fictitious name
of RONEY JEWELERS, at 1(01 Col-
lins Avenue, .Miami Beach, Florida,
intends t.....glster said na..... with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
SIBUMl'ND s JEWELERS, INC.,
.1 Florida 1 'orporu 1 i"ii
M \i:X FARER
\i torm > for Apalloant
1012 Ainsle) Bulldlns
Miami. 1-1. 1 Ida
10 M-21-28 II 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS im:i"'"<- oivkv '"
tho undersigned, desiring to engage
111 i.llsr,, -^ .1, ,, : ,,. 1. .,,.
ol 1 Ii 'il 1 I'i IT, nt 119 Arthur Godfrey
Road, Muni Beach, Florida, Intends
lo register -.nl name with the Clerk
of the circuit Court of Made county,
Fl.....la.
HlKi; MINI'S JEWELERS, INT ,
a Florida Corporation
\: \ l;\ FAJ3ER
Attorney for Applli ant
1012 Vlnsle) Building
Mi..mi, Florida
10/14-21-28 ll,t
- V.M SIMl l.\ III IFF
AI.'TIH'l: I EPSTEIN
As I Jxe. utoi -
First 1.....1 ntion ..| this notl 1
1 he -1 iln j ni ... lobi ". .
Sam Slmonhnff
Allot n. y fo Exec itors
5923 N. Bayshore I... Miami, Fin.
I" i'l -28, II 1-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 71387-C
IN RE: Estate of
Mi'ltlllS Dt'RCIHN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All 1 'redltors nnd \ll Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Againal Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired t" present any claims and de-
mands which you may have agalnsi
Ihe state of \H IRRIH I H'R< mix ,1.
waned late of Mad.- County, Florida,
ti the Count) Judges ..f Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate and
ns provided in Section 7:1.1.16, FI01 ila
Statutes, in Ih, 11 offices in Hi. Coun-
ts Courthouse In Mad. Countv, Flor-
ida, within -i\ calendar monthi
the tim. ol th.. nisi publication here-
of, "t the sami will I..- barred
Dated in \h...... .Florida, this 29th
day "I Septi ml., r, A 11. \;,,;,,
MAE DCRCHIN
\s Admlnlatrai 1 ii
First publication of this not
he iih day ..f October, 1......
PAI I. KWITNEY
Attorney for Administratrix
42ti Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach Fla
10, 14-21-28, 11/4 j
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl 1 Ml I IREI B. NEWMAN
-7 Uinsdale Street
Itochi li N I I 1620
v Mild.. .1 I! Ni vv man
Ihal ., Bill of I'.-nr
for Divorc n fil,,1 ni
J ..a......1 yon are 1 < ;.. 1 scrv. ,l
1 your An.-u. 1 ..r I'l. udlng 10
in Ihe Bill nf Complaint "ii the
plnlni ff's \Itorney, Bl'RNICTT It) ITII,
120 1 .....n Road, Miami Bi m h, 1
Ida, n 1 file the original Answi r or
I'll uding in Hu office "f the i'l. 11, t
' hi "li cull court o..... hel
\ pi ., 1. I96H If 1
fall i" .1" so, 1 idgmenl b) defit 1 r
will be lak. n aga nsl you for the
[" 1 n.i. .1 in ihe BUI of 1 loin-
plaint.
Thb i" li. shall he published nnea
each week for foiir consecutive Weeks
In thi: jew 1.-11 i'i.. mini \.\
I" INE AND ORDERED at Ml 1 ..
i .....1 this 19th da) of October \ M.
1966.
1: I'.. LEATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade Count). Flu
is.ai) By; 1, SNEBDEN,
I i.-nury 1 lerk
Burnett Roth
120 i.in. ..In Road
.Miami K. .1. h. Flo
Attorney for Plaintiff
in '.] .s 1 1 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni iTi.'i: is HEREBY CilVEN .'
th rsigm d. ii. Hiring t.. cngag. 11
rss ui der Hie rictltiou
i."l:i- ..1 or THE HOUSE OF LtiRH
at I'.o. li..\ 117. Rlversldi Station,
Miami, Florida 331 13 Intenda t" res -
Islet .ni name with the 1 "li rk
Circuit ..mi ..1 1 lade Count) Fl.
LORENCE RESN1CK
Franklin 11. Ri snick
Attorn. > ,,1 Applicant
120 Lincoln Rd., Miami Reach, Fla.
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USewnskk Floridian
Miami. Florida, Friday, November 4, 196G
Sec':or. B
,1*
mm
Honesty Needed for Progress
|Mrs. Louis Glasser, president of the Greater Miami Urban
League, discusses community problems in Dade County with
J'.Vhitney M. Young Jr., national executive director of the
League.
n
j
bv ISABEL GROVE
Unusual setting for the recent
marriage of Joseph Oorinstein
land the former Mrs. Beverly
Ishulman the Chapel ai the
[.Miami Heart Institute Since
bride's mother was confined
|to the hospital, the brand new
chapel solved the problem of her
sence at the Oct. 9 ceremony
conducted by Dr. Irving Lehr-
I and made everyone happy
Associate Manager at Bache
Co., Lincoln Rd., Gorinstein
lad to postpone a honeymoon
irarily Meanwhile the
weds are shopping for a
ping by Sunday at the Mi-
home of daughter Nikki and
: law Jack Press Jr., who
thought) were joining them
i 27th anniversary dinner.
Vvette and Micky Kraus. instead.
suddenly found themselves the
center of a gay group of friends
relatives shouting good
. >hes When the excitement
surprise settled somewhat,
party partook of cocktails
dinner Sharing the spot-
with her grandparents.
Press, adorable in a blue
white ruffled sun suit with
lies to match Svelte Nikki
a black cut-out cocktail
frock for the occasion Blond
Yvette, in a chic pink suit, had
yet another surprise coming her
way a truly magnificent Rus-
sian sable stole, "with love."
from her Micky Among the
40 guests enjoying the festivities,
Mr. and Mrs. Bud Haymes. Ruth
and I.ou Gidney. Belle and Man-
ny Goldstrich, Lane and Milton
Coleman. Harold and Adrea Sog-
lovitz, Roz Kirahberg, Phil Fried-
man, the Ken Lasts, Katie and
Joe Kenias. Stanley and Shirley
Schewel, Ray Chlsling. "Pi" and
Bernie Marko.
*
Set of twins born Oct. 23 at
Ml. Sinai Hospital to Josh and
Carolyn Sirkin, of 17940 NVV 13th
Ct.. joining 4-year-old Caren ..
One of each. Scott Joseph weigh-
ed in at almost 6 lbs.. Jill Grace
at a little over 5 lbs. Grand
parents of the welcome two, Mr.
and Mrs Milton Sirkin. Mr. and
Mrs. Gus Durner, of N.C. .
Great-grandparents. Mrs. Joseph
Sugerman, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Sirkin.
*
Mrs. Julius Rosenberg, of the
Crystal House, co-chairman of
hostesses for the Cedars of Leb-
anon Hospital fifth anniversary
Continued on Page 4-B
"The problems of fair and equal
treatment for Negroes can not be
solved by the Federal Government
alone, however paternalistic." says
Mrs. Louis Glasser, who has de-
voted a good deal of energy to
community betterment, civil rights,
and is the recipient of the Woman
of Valor Award for the State of
Israel
"A new kind of community ac-
tion is called for, directed toward
Negro self-help, the better use
of the political system, the expan-
sion of desegregated opportunities
in education, employment and
housing, plus counseling programs,
sanitation, recreation, and many
other areas. The Greater Miami
Urban league devotes its efforts
toward these ends on a year-round
basis."
Mrs. Glasser initiated the idea
of an annual Kqual Opportunity

mmk^m
nq plans to help out at the first annual fund-raising
luncheon of the United Cerebral Palsy Association in Miami
'hese members of the North Dade unit. The luncheon, one
>i the larger early social events of the winter season, will be
held Nov. 29 at the Fontaineblcau Hotel. Left to right are Mrs.
lames R. DeGise, president of the North Dade UCP unit; Mrs.
Rosenblum, treasurer; and Mrs. Marion Esler, raem-
p vice president of the North Dade unit.
Day Dinner in Miami some eight
years ago. This year, the dinner
will be held at the Deauville Hotel
on Saturday evening. Nov. 19.
"The Urban League's observance
of E.O.D. is more than a dinner
or a social get-togetherr," accord-
ing to Mrs Glasser. "If it were
of no greater significance, there
would be no reason for its con-
tinuance. Its prime purpose is to
promote the spirit of In racial un-
derstanding and the goal of equal
opportunity for every American
regardless of race or color.
"When a thousand men and
women. Negro and white, average
citizens and those in positions of
influence in business, education
and government, break bread and
rub elbows with one another, it
inspires a cooperation that chal-
lenges the bigots of white suprem-
acy and the militants who shout
Black Power."
Mrs. Glasser points out thai this
year, with all the talk of Black
Power and white backlash, the
success of the Equal Opportunity
Dinner is more important than
ever
"Unfortunately, most of the con-
structive work of our Urban
League is carried on behind the
scenes, and not in the spotlight.
It is not fully understood by the
mass of Negroes, and even less by
the average white citizen of Mi-
ami," she says.
The Urban League has been in
existence nationally for more 'ban
50 years and is one of the only
organiations geared toward social
service for the Negro that is fully
staffed with professionals. It has
1000 such professionals all over
the nation. 500 with advanced
degrees.
chiffon fenl
Filmy, printed chiffon in exubr
colorings, for dining and dancing
in sheer loveliness. Imaginative
floral in radiant reds, pinks.
Neckline dips in back. 8-12,
by Robert Harris, $30.
misses' moderale dresses, third door.
DOWNTOWN MIAMI (at all 6 Bjrdlne s)
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Mrs ?.co* Horhstirr, v.re rres.rer.: treasurer
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah
Schedules Films, Skits and Games
Lobis D. Brmflns Group '
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Lawmen Support
High's Candidacy
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Plan Variety of Programs Next Week
ten of
each schedule the follow-
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Dr. Dasberg
To be Speaker
Dr. Nathan Dasberg, noted Is-
raeli educator, who in the war
years went underground in his
native Holland, and subsequently
was responsible for the migration
to Israel of many young people
and their education in Israel, will
address a special joinl meeting of
all chapters ol Mizrachi Women of
Greater Miami.
The annual meeting for the re
port of the national convention just
concluded in Washington will take
place on Thursday, Noi 10, 1:15
p.m., ;ii the Hebrew Aca lemy.
Mrs, Alfred Stone is coordinator
for Florida of Mizrachi activities
DR. NATHAN DASBERG
March of Dimes Tuesday Coffee
program and theme of the after-
are officers of Sisterhood Temple Emanu-
inual membership tea held Oct. 19 at
den Roc Hotel. Left to right are Mrs. Sol
Goldstein, Mrs. Sherman R. Kaplan. Mrs.
Irving Cypen, Mrs. Henry Gewd*, Mrs. Leon-
ard Abicimson, president, Mrs. Max Dinisman
and Mrs. Bernard D. Kaplan.
Discussion On School of Future Planned by PTA
IV em considered at the gen-
|. i clip.- of Miami Beach Sen
gh School Parent-Teacher,
Association on Tuesday. 8 p.m.,
I school auditorium was "Will
[leach Have the Schools of;
nmi row Today?"
Vi education park for Miami
! currently in the study
is considering combining
listing elementary schools.
I crvat a new level of schools
(called the middle school, and mak-,
high school into a four-
stitution. A seminar con-;
iciei on the subject by nation-
erts on education was to
lie held iii Miami on Thursday.
The Beach High program pre-
sented filmed highlights of the
planning conference. The study
summarized by the film included
such topics as "Existing Education
Parks and Their Impact on Edu '
cation," as well as 'Middle Schools i
in Education Parks" and 'Possibil-
ities for an Education Park in
Hade County."
Legislation chairman for the
Dade County Council of Parent-
Teacher Associations. Mrs. David
S. Miller, was the parent repre '
sentative commenting on the film.
Mis Miller presented the idea to
the Miami Beach Development
Commission which resulted in the
present education park proposal
studies
Dr. Solomon S. Lichter, prin-
cipal, spoke from the point of
view of the high school, and Dr.
William Field, director of school
facilities for the Dade County
schools, spoke for the school ad-
ministration.
PTA president, Mrs. Jerome
Benson, chaired the sessions
Mr- s>dnej We nlraub, mem-
ber of tin' local chapter board, Na
tiohal Foundation March of Dimes,
and former leader of the Mothers'
March, presided ;it the third an-
nual president's coffee held bj
the Foundation's Dade County
Chapter, according lo Mis. Betty
Lou Randolph, executive director.
Held at 9:30 am, on Tuesday,
at Miami Springs Villas Play-
house, the coffee featured Miss
Louis E. Roy. director of volun-
teer activities, from the New York
headquarters of the National
Foundation, and a fashion show by
Lory's.
Modeling the Styles from Lory's
were Mrs. Mark Fuchs, B'nai
B'rith Women; Mrs. .1. J. Ray-
burn, National Council of Cath
olic Women: Mrs. Donald V. Lang-
meyer, junior director. District 11,
of Women's
i lubs am Mol
March voli nl ilrs William <>.
Mehrtens, director. District 11,
Florida Federation of Women'-,
(lubs: Mrs. Richard Fegreus, Na-
tional Airlines Stewardess' Alum-
ni Association; and Mrs. Wyatl <>
Crane, vice president, Dade Coun-
tj Federation of Women's (lubs
and 1967 Mothers' March chair-
man.
Hawaiian Lvau and Show
Authentic Hawaiian food and
entertainment will be featured at
a Hawaiian Luau Feast and Show
being sponsored bj Temple Sinai
of North Dade on Saturday night.
In charge of reservations are Mrs
Carl Lipton and Mrs. Seymour
Shafran.
Picasso. Dali Art
In Beth El Exhibit
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pean and American paint
ncluding Picasso, Chagall,
I. and Dali, will have their
and oil paintings on exhibit
le at Temple Beth El, 1351
h Ave.. Hollywood, on Sal
and Sunday.
major feature of the show
. be the extensive collec-
artistry held by the John
ties,
tal lithographs, etchings,
its. and engravings from
eCinque collection will be
d, Modern impressionistic
intings and character stud
Hy Mallinger will also be
Mallinger has exhibited at
dan Marsh Art Gallerj and
I top award in a local news
art competition.
Harry B. Orringer and
dinette Berman are cochair-
: the show, which is being
red by the Temple's Sister
Tropical Chapter
Luncheon Nov. 11
1 ncheon by Tropical Chapter.
an Medical ("enter at Den-
planned at the Deauville
n Nov. n beginning at
Murraj Baum, regional director
I illy Dache, will be master
of ceremonies
and bring mem-
bers and guests
behind the
scene of the
world of fash-
ion and -beauty.
A n interna-
tionally known
hair stylist will
show how a
woman looks in
a Daehe wig.
Demonstrations
f how make-up should be applied
will also be shown.
A free make-up at the new Lilly
W'ache Beauty Salon in Bal Har-
bor will be given to each woman
attending the luncheon.
Songs from "Fiddler on the
Roof" and other Broadway shows
will lie sung by Baum, accompan-
ied b;. Helene Rivoire.
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100% real coffee, too. Only the caffein has been
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of coffee. Comes instant and ground...fine
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tion to New York and other expenses
not included.
C The prize award of 2 round trip
fares fiom New York to Israel via
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Science Festival
At Central Beach
h Elementary Par-
t-Teachei '-.--
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tival from Wednesday. No-. 2
through Monday. No* 7, a: the
school cafeteria and library 1240
'' ashington Ave
ciation president. Mrs The-
odore Trushin. states. "We are
peful that this fest:-. il i
-' mulate interest in -
: learning, but will also help
' ward ..e PTA pre
through a percentage o:
'. all sales."
David Morris,
ice president and chair-
man of the event annoui
ence Festival :.-; las will
include safe, simple and edueati -
il materiel in popular prices
- Thursday evening N 3
7.30 to 9 p.m.. and or. F:
11 liar-.
and the pur. a--
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Members o: the committee tor the cnmttd fcnhioo abow ::
Mollie Kshrr.e: Sisterhood of Temple Beth Torch are '.e~
to tight Mrs. Bcrixuc Veltman. co-chairman; Mrs. Julian Nac-
ron, cha.rrr.nr. *': = Matthew Z".r.ce: vice preside-: ways
and rr.ecr.s zr.d Mrs. Burtor. Your.a vice pres.der.: z: mem-
benhip
New Emissary To Young Judaea
COMPANIONSHIP DESIRED define*,
tell attractive, intelligent Jewish
woman, fifty, seeking acquaintance-
ship with reputable secured gentle-
men interested in home ond family
life ond social octrvitie*. Please write
Mrs. C. 0., Box 2973, M.em, 33101.
MIAMI HEALTH INSTITUTE
7235 BISCAYNE BLVD.. MIAMI
Neaftfe (are Natrrfiaa and
Ca-Ordiaatea' Theraaevfics
C-t'l P-/J tl "--IS,
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Relief from Minor
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At.ac.t.S f:ve* faocre of c*atta roliof (na ...-..-:' rr.:r.or p%
even ia;h ehror.:c pa:n axitinf frooi
deep la the ;o.r.:. A---a also ra-
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bring LeiUch in contact m #t-
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southeast during the next two
years. He will srve as advisor
to -iiny regional and cry con-
claves, conferences and leader-
ship training seminars

by the Tsofin S its of Is-
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Rallies Will Mark Jewish Book Mo
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Monday, Nov. 28 at Ocean Front
Audi'o-ium, 10th St. and Ocean
Or. with a panel oscussion of
two recent bcoks on the Mendeli
Be! iss blood libel case m Russia.
Bood Accusation," by Maurice
Samuel, and "The Fixer,' by
Bernard Maiamud.
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T Adult Sing!es
F!em klany Everts
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p < 'I be h J ;
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WiiX* ': '' Miami
llJji D Ople !' i.' .....I
: je are invited to attend.
lal -.ening has i->en planned,
. nominations for permanei
i> will also be held.
A Thanksgiving Eve dance will
be the first social eyent set by th<
newly-formed group on Wednes
day, Nov. 23. 8:30 p.m., in the
South Ballroom of the "Y." Thi
will be on.ii io the public
Program chairman is Kay Lev-
Social co-chairmen arc Ueen
dblatt and Barbara .lano-i Dee-
ms CO-chairmen arc Karen
K,awaler and Sharon Levy.
In charge of information is Mrs.
ta Schoenberg, young adull ad-
State President
Attends Florida
League Meetings
Mrs Arthur J. Brown, president I
I the Florida Branch oi the Na
'ional Women's League of the
ted Synagogue of America, has
, busy schedule during the first
keek of November.
On Tuesday in St. Petersburg.
Mrs. Brown spoke on "Combined
'. ampaign" before a Congregation
I ;iai Israel Sisterhood meeting.
Mrs. Maurice Goldblatt is Sister-1
nood president The following day,
Mrs. Brown was guest speaker at
a Rodolph Sholom Temple Sister
lood Combined Campaign lunch-
H)n. Mrs. Jack Reznick is pres-
ident of the Tampa temple Sister-
od
Mrs. Brown was to preside at
the Thursday meeting. Nov. 3, of
I ie Florida Branch to he held in
1 rlando at Temple Israel. Also
attending the function were to be!
Mesdames Fred Blank. Marty Mar-1
William Dickson. Irving Fur-;
an and Harry Hausman.
Mrs Paul Albertson is Temple
:i-.cl Sisterhood president
Teen-Agers Will Hold Toy Dance1
The six Junior High Clubs of Dillman, publicity; Ricky
the YM and WHA of Greater Mi- friend, co-chairmai
Leaders at a "Capsule Conference" of Miami Beach Chapter
of Hadassah are seated (left to right) Mrs. Saul Katz, national
organization chciiman; Mrs. Henry B. Wernick, president of
Micnii Beach Chapter. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Harold
Melnick, arrangements chairman; Mrs. Jack Katzman. "Cap-
sule Conference" chairman; and Mrs. Morton Siiberman,
president of Florida Region of Hadassah.
Sanders to Speak Before Hadassah
Harry Alan Sanders will be prin-
cipal speaker at a meeting of Mt.
Scopus Group of Hadassah on
Monday.
Program will include Larry
Blue, accordionist. Chairman is
Mrs. Morris
Lauretz. Co-
chairman is
Mrs. Jack Pal-
lot. Mrs. Max
Sokoloff is
president.
The meeting,
from 10:30 to
1:30 p.m.. will
feature Youth
Aliyah.
Sanders was a
member of the Sanders
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Royal Air Force Volunteer Re-
i serve in London prior to World
War 11.
In 1939. at the outbreak of war,
he was called to active duty as a
pilot in combat operations. After
completing 79 missions in which
he also held service as a radio
operator and air gunner, he was
placed in charge of a flying train-
ing unit.
He was discharged after sus-
taining five severe air crashes in
1945.
Sanders represented the Israel
Bond Organization prior to becom-
ing sales director for the Rassco
Israel Corp. He lives in Coral
Gables with his wife and daughter.
Last Wednesday, Sanders ad-
dressed a meeting of the Florida
Women's league for Israel at the
Forte Towers.
ami, 8300 SW 8th St., have com-
bined to plan operation "Toy
tance" on Nov. 2-! at the "Y."|
Admission lo the dance will be a
new or slightly used toy, HI bl
which will be distributed to chil
dren ol migi ant farm work* rs dui
ing the I te< i n b u acal ion period.
In preparation tor Operation
"Toy Dance," some 100 Junior
High members will hold a film,
day and discussion group on th<
problems of poverty among mi-
grant workers. The ti_: program
is sponsored by Junior High lounge
committee. Chairman of the event
is Kenny Goodman, newly-elected
president of Alpha Delta Pi. Other
Junior High officers are Spencer
Acorns Theatre
Casts for Play
Casting for the Brendan Behan
play, "The Hostage," began at
Whitefield Senior High School this [
week.
Jeff Gillen, famed for his por-
trayal in "Death ot a Salesman"
and 'Talstaff" among others, is di-
recting this musical for Hie Acorns;
scheduled for December presenta-
tion.
The selection ot vehicle and an-
nouncement of plans for the year
was set forth at an Acorns meet
ing at the Carillon, with James,
Riley of the Coconut Grove The-
atre. Sam Segal of Studio City, and
Frank Mycr of the Miami Beach
Sun. as guest speakers.
Andre S. Bialolenki was master
of ceremonies for the evening.
Jerri Cohen is acting president in
the absence of Charles Cinnamon.
of Kappa Lambda Phi, Se
ol '"'' \
tions.
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cNOW A LITTLE BIT
ISRAEL
COMES TOFLORIDA
CRUISE TOM'
CARIBBEAN ON THE
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Now you can cruise on the nioes'
luxury liner afloat, the new Shalom
right from Port Everglades. The it
mosphere aboard the Shalom is :
unique blend of Israeli warmth and
Caribbean excitement...and you'i
visit such places at St. Maarter
St. Thomas, San Juan, Guadeloupe
Leave November 17 for 9 days, De-
cember 1 for 9 days, or January i
for 8 days. Reservations are goinj
fast, so hurry.
S.S. Shalom, Israel Registry, built la
1964. For more information |M
your travel agent, or call
M ATX*ST" GO
LINES^S.
Owner's Representative:
mericn Israeli Shipping Co.. Inc .
245 Southeast First St.. Miami, Fla
Temple Menorah
Adds New Class
Temple Menorah is expanding
its religious school classes to in-
clude a senior high school division
for students in the 10th grade and
up.
The class, sponsored by the
Bureau of Jewish Education, will
use "Ethics of the Fathers" as a
1 text. Sessions will he taught by
; Rabbi Stanley Weiss. Hebrew
Academv teacher.
FOR
Information Reservations
CALL
CHARLYNE or JIM MEYE
Personalized
Travel Service
6600 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
or CALL PL 1-0216
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A FAMILY BIRTHDAY GET-TOGETHER
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poured the s| burgundy The
black with black and n a Mike
:n in a loud a>ide to his wife. Florence.
ked that the napkins could be used again
black woulrin t let anything show). The Dav;d
Sernakers made wonderful time from their home
on S\V 62nd St.. am. right on the dot
THIS IS LOIS
It was a long di>tance call from Richard
Robbins from California, where he is interning
at the Los Angeles County Hospital, to his par-
ents. Dr. and .Mrs. Alexander Robbins. that -
:or the weekend to meet
the -.:! thej had (usl met' or. the phone. Lois
Dick ent to the coa-t.
bin, of the Hollywood Beach
had gone I -tool togetl
told him to look up
the coirse of e>.en'.v he met
The wed I be
on the Bel Air Hotel The nei
- where th I -
on their honeymoon The week)
[Lou
Beverly
their son
HURRICANE AFTERMATH
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the first reports of laire had a!, thi
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A NIGHT ON THE BARBARY COAST
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ard Treisters Diana looked in
biac .p-pants with a bit cater
and an E Then there were
the Morris Lomaskins, with Carolyn all in black
and white There were ai?o several bi; pa:'
was ho V their table were Mr and Mrs Samuel Hal-
perin, Mrs. Jack Abhn. Mr and Mrs Alex Man-
n and Mr and Mrs. Clem Meyerson Mr and
Mrs Sam I.uby Jr. also had a group of their
friends Spotted at \anous tables were Joan and
Jerry Blank. Dr and Mrs Richard Deutch. Mr.
and Mrs Daniel L. Gilman. Mr and Mrs Martin
Silvers, Dr and Mrs Carl Baumann. Mr. and
Mrs. Herbert Kern. Mr Ben Shaves, Mr and
Dan Herman and Mr and Mrs. Lawrence
ter
Frances Lehman
Victor Brothers Feature Many Top-Brand Pianos
500
rdions Yamaha. K
ler and Campbell. Gulbransen. and
itand showrooms
Co
. Frank \ cl i
partner in at 2010 Bis-
-" ck of musical
equi|
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egularl Vicl
He said that non-profit or-
gan, zations in need of practice
pianos art given these by the
concern at no charge "provid-
ng the g-ouo shows a reason for
jsing the treatment. '
!
.^no or organ." he
added
The Victor concern in Miami be-
selling Gulbransen pian
1936. Sow I has four
wareh s
and a th i m in Ft I.auderdale
ly from New Haven, the
brother* "Vic" and Frar.k.
like to play the organ, piano, and
accord. -. Th ir at time hobby
rr.ed into : aying
With Cell-
- ich .: H race Heidt.
Romero, and
st at the
rk Frank
rig in New Y n -
;'.iuate pia
f the I Tech
mcians i i
Have that
tuslness Meeting,
Banquet, or
Special Occasion
0
Yoo'li find complete
fot es to exactly sct'sfy
your needs in the Kismet,
A.'oddin, Scheheroiode and
Ruboiyot Rooms, be it for a
^ wedding or a private perry I
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with home in S.W. section, will shore
WITHOUT COST to another gentlemen.
Private room ond use of entire house.
Coll 448-2847 or 448-5909.
it th
ler Inlormallonl
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Prominent Professional oad Busi-
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on og* 23 to 39, with or without
children. Must hove financial
means to ossist in growth of pres-
ent enterprise. Write: Dr. E. H.,
Box 4272. Normandy Bronch, Mi-
ami Beach, or call 865-0472.
At the Beth S'r.c'.crr. Festival of the Arts cock are
Miss (oon Field nninent violinist whose con in
the Beth Sholom festival will take place on Fefa 17 ;
Druckei :hctinnan nts and music
Marvin Mars vice mt in charge -: ways
zr.z ".'.: Harry E Wolk shairman of t
Festival of Arts In Flying Start
In New Haven, the brothers
served as staff musicians for a
radio and television station.
Both hold Bachelor of Arts de-
grees in Music from Yale Uni-
versity.
The '.
Miami-Dade Chamber of Com-
merce. National a- of
-
What
Mian
its cli-
mate t toward a more
le of livil ''. ::nd.
U re-
re occupii
ink
The Vic'or team appeared lo-
cally playing piano, organ, and
accordion at the American, Dip-
lomat, and the Fontainebleau.


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cocktail part> at th< h me ol Mr
and Mrs -818 W
23rd St i 3
Some 200 men ar.d women, who
have alreach a< spofH rs
and patrons of the Festival, were
preser.t at the function. Helene
Rivoire was at the piano.
Miss Joan Field, well-known.
Fashion Industry
Honors President
Members of the Fashion Indus
try will honor the | of
their trade group for distil
puK
s. 10. 6 30 pj
al
Syd Goldl nt of the
Fl >rida
ceive a ritati<
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South Mia
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ban s will be
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terhood of the
Harry E. Wolk at
Brotman are co-chain :' the
Festival, and Mr- ".
vice president in cha I ways
and means Mrs
and Mrs. Jack M
chairmen of the art s.
Rabbi Leon Kr -: iritual
leader of Beth 5k
four book
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Hears UM Prof. 1

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Friday, November 4, 1966
Jmto> n*ridHar,
Page 7-B
Serving on the luncheon committee at the
Parents Organization of Temple Menorah
"Orchid Luncheon" on Wednesday afternoon.
Nov. 9, are Mesdames Jacob Glushakow, Na-
than Friedman, Sheldon Lelchuk, Moises
Behmoiras, Sheldon Hacker, Zundel Berens
and Sam Sztylerman.
Rehearsing the hilarious comedy, "Ladies of
'ewry the Verdict is Yours," to be pre-
d at the Parents Organization of Temple
Monorail's "Orchid Luncheon" on Nov. 9 are
Mesdames Irving Simon, directoi, Norman
Shapiro, Arnold Felder. Nathan Friedman,
Sheldon Lelchuk, Albert Skolnick. Lester Axel-
rod and Alex Berger.
'Orchid Luncheon' Slated
Parents Organization of Temple Menorah
sponsor an "Orchid Luncheon" on Wednes-
afternoon, Nov. 9, :ii 11:80 a.m., Mrs. Arthur
Jurkowitz, president, announced.
Purpose of the luncheon "is to bring together
mothers of students attending the Religious
School of Temple Menorah," Mrs. Jurkowitz
pxj lained
The hilarious comedy. "Ladies of the Jewry
The Verdict is Yours." will be presented as
part of the program by the .Menorah Players.
consisting of Mesdames Lester Axelrod, Alex
Berger, Arnold Felder. Nathan Friedman, Shel-
don Lelchuk, Norman Shapiro, Albeit Skolnick.
and directed by Mrs. Irving Simson.
The induction of new officers and hoard
members for the Parents Organization will take
place in a ceremony conducted by Rabbi Mayer
Abramowit/. spiritual leader of the Temple.
TELL
THEM
ABOUT
WELCOME
WAGON
If you know of i family who h
Just arrived In your community, be
sura to tell them about Weleoms
Wagon. They will be delighted with
the basket of gifts and helpful
Information thay will receive from
our hostess, a symbol ol the com-
munity'a traditional hospitality. Or
you may call ^,
Planning for the Ball
aeon
443-2526
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The Jewish Floridian.
Fill out coupon and mall to
Circulation Dept.,
"P.O. Bo, 2973, Miami, Fla.
There will be continuous laughter and fun at the Cedars of
Lebanon Hospital Ball on Nov. 19 at the Fontainebleau Hotel,
with Victor Borge as star of the benefit banguet. He'll do his
one-nighter. "Comedy in Music," with concert pianist Leonid
Hambro, Mrs. Joseph Garfield (left), Mrs. Saul Silberman
(center), wife of the aeneral chairman, and Mrs. Ben Oren
(right) say the black-tie evening will open their social season,
and also help provide funds for the hospital.
New Social Group Luncheon and Card Party
For Beach Adults
A new social-cultural group for
adults 38 to 5(1 opened Monday
evening at the Ida M. Fisher Coin
munity School. 1424 Drexel Ave.
There is no charge lor member-
ship in this chartered "Allstates
.'oral (lull.' noted sponsor Ali n
A. Dworkis. who is stale coordin-
ator for Senior Citizens for the
Slate of Florida
The club meets in the Fisher
Home Ec Lounge each Monday
evening, 7::;o to 10 p.m.. for social
activities, including music and
dance instruction, and planned
speaker-discussion sessions.
In charge of information is Abe
Rochstein, Community School di-
rector.
sisterhood of Congregation Beth
El will hold the first in a seru ;
of monthly luncheon and card
parties on Tuesday, 12:30 p i i
the Dora Au.uu.st Auditorium, 500
SW 17th Ave
Lewis Running
For House Seat
In Tuesday Race
Gerald Lewis is a candidate for
the Florida state House of Repre-
sentatives in Group 7 scheduled
for next Tuesday's election.
The 31-year-old ("oral Gables
resident feels 'particularly con
cerned that this state is still las
ging in the growth of its educa-
tional system, in the unfair man-
ner in which taxes aie being lev-
ied, and the manner in which cer-
tain allocations have been made
i believe we have had too much
ition base.I on greed rather
'hail need,' Lewis declared
Lewis is basin- his cam|
"not on what I am opposed to in
past le ;i lative sessions, but in
what I feel I can oiler for the
futui I
lie said he would be pled, d
in a tax reform program, a min-
imum wage bill for Florida, con-
stitutional revision, and any good
legislation which would stimulate
industry in locating here.''
instant Yuban
Offers Free
Decorator Jars
In a promotion scheduled for
Ibis years December quarter, all
three sizes of Maxwell House D
vision's instant Yuban Coffee will
be distributed in early American
designed jars.
The distinctive Yuban jai,
which will feature a handsome
multi-colored Colonial pattern
baked into the ulass. will provide
consumers with an attractive H
usable container at no additional
cost. In order to arrive at the most
appealing design, numerous altei
natives were competitively market
tested, the final design wining
nv era helming approval.
Purchasers will be encouragec
to collect a complete set for a
variety of purposes such as spice
and flour containers, candy anc
flour containers, candy, anc
cookie jars. These handsome
sets will find use in the kitchen
powderroom, workshop, den
and many other places in the
home.
Fill I her to enhance the usefu
iid beauty oi
assortment of loo specially di
signed, pressure-sensitive de<
or labels will be offered for only
50 cents and two innerseals .
any size Instant Yuban jar.
The entire p will b
featured at point of purchase, with
dramatic displays highlighted by
an unusual mobile design. Enthus-
iastic trade acceptance is pre
dieted along with resounding cor
sumer sales s t.
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+Jei$t Hcridiair
Friday, November
1968
.i^:

We
the
Women
BESS
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Bess Mrs Cy) Plasky. born in New York, moved to
Chicago when she m two. and lived there most of her
life. A vivacious child, she liked to do everything Her
interests ran from teaching history to fashion designing
Her parents wanted her to have a formal education, but
she went to Northwestern to Study
designing Just before the holi-
days, a family friend, who had a
hat factory- stopped for a visit at
Bess' home The family showed
him all of the hats that Bess had
made for them. Excitedly, the
manufacturer insisted that Bess
come to work for him. not to even
wait over the weekend, but to
start the next day.
There she really went into
hat design in a big way. learning
from the thimble up. She met and
married Aaron Tubin. They con-
tinued to live in Chicago, where
dauchter Bonnie was born. In
1945. the Tubins moved to Miami.
Several years ago. Mr. Tubin died.
edy had struck twice in Bess' life in the form of
hcait trouble It is therefore no wonder that the project
of the City of Hope becomes more important for her as
time goes on. Twelve years ago. she heard of their life-
having work in the field of cancer, heart trouble, allied
diseases and allergies.
Bess has been president of the Miami Beach Chapter
of the City of Hope for six years, and deems it an honor
to work with such dedicated women. To raise funds, among
other affairs, the chapter has had a 30-day trip to Europe.
Bess carried the Key to the City of Miami Beach from
Mayor Elliot Roosevelt to Mayor Kolleck in Jerusalem.
From Europe she brought back many gifts to use in
fund-raising. The gifts were just that tokens of appre-
ciation from the many merchants she met. At customs,
they were amazed to see all those letters verifying that
the gifts were donations. "We send to Europe they
have never sent to us.' was the surprised reaction of the
customs officials. Plans ha\e already been made for next
July, when the chapter plans to go to the Orient as a group
to raise more money for the City of Hope while having
a fabulous vacation
Two years ago. Bess married Cy Plasky and became
Mom to his two boys. Paul, who goes to medical school in
Richmond. Va.. and Jackie, who goes to the University of
Tampa. Daughter Bonnie, who is now Mrs. Michael Bloom
and lives in North Miami Beach with son Andy, was de-
lighted to have the brothers she had always wanted; while
Paul and Jackie were equally as pleased, more so because
they became uncles.
Cy. who is in the produce and frozen food business,
leaves early and comes home early. He is actively inter-
ested in his wife's project his trucks are always doing
some pick up work for the City of Hope, and he always
has donations to offer.
The Plaskys enjoy traveling, the long trips, as well
as the short weekends on Miami Beach. Temple Ner Tamid.
Hadassah and Cardiac Hospital are important in Bess' life,
but the City of Hope holds first place. They have a large
family and a wide circle of friends they enjoy being with
Bess is never idle. Her busy fingers are always at work
on afghans sold for fund-raising for the City of Hope Con-
stantly busy, Bess insists that her days are 88 hours long.
They would have to be to include all the fund-raising and
homemaking and being "Mrs. President" that goes into
each day in Bess Plasky s full life
"it's Wvrtdinti Timor
FLOWERS
BLOSSOM SHOP
(Mercantile National Bonk Building)
1616 Washington Ave Miami Beach CALL JE 2-3231
Karen Lytton
Now Mrs. Levin
On Saturday e\ening. Oct 29.
Karen Louise Lytton, daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Louis George Lytton.
: Miami Beach, became the bride
of Richard David Levin, son of
Mr and Mrs Lawrence Levin, of
Newburgh. NY
The ceremony, officiated by Dr.
Irving Lehrman. was held in the
main synagogue of Temple Emanu-
El. and was followed by a formal
reception and dinner at Westnew
Country Club.
For the nuptials, the bride wore
an original white sown of peau
d'ange with reembroidered ap-
pliques of alencon lace and seed
pearls. The shoulder-length tulle
veil was held by a crown of waxed
orange blossoms imported from
Spain
Mrs Ira Weiner was matron of
honor Bridesmaids were Mrs
Donna Hodis, Mrs. Robert Hirsch
horn, and Miss Barbara Kaplan.
Richard Magid served as the
groom's best man. and Steven
Manko. Melvin Hodis. Robert
Hirschhorn. Leonard Goldberg.
Frank Goldberg. Dr Charles Lyt-
ton and Dr. Joseph Lytton were
ushers.
New Mrs. Levin received a de-
gree in elementary education from
the University of Miami in June
and plans to teach in Newburgh
Richard Knees y
To Live in Miami
Miss Francine s. h
ter of Mr and M
Schwartz, of the
Apartments. Miami B
Richard M. Knee, son
Mr- Samuel Knee of Mian Beach,
were married on Fri
The ceremony took :
Torah Congregation
firmed bj Rabbi Max '.
Following the ceremonj
a reception at the
Hotel
New Mrs Knee atti
Miami High and Mian
ior College. Her brideg
senior at the Universitj
The couple plan to
home in Miami.
The bride's father .
*-'-* "* *- with the State of Isr
MRS. RICHARD IEVIN ganization as field din
She is a member of Alpha Epsilon
Phi Sorority
Her bridegroom has a BBA de BeCOmeS EnC]GCCJ
gree in finance from the Univer-
sity of Miami and is a member of
Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity He re-
cently completed his tour of duty
with the United States Coast
Guard.
Barbara Carmel
Following a honeymoon in Aca-
pulco and Mexico City, the newly-
weds will live in Newburgh
Mr and Mr- W .
of 826- 83rd St.. annoui
gagement of their daughter, Bar-
bara June, to Richard .".:
Krakow, son of Mr a: :
uel Krakow, of Washing) n, DC
Miss Carmel. a .: : v.
ami Beach Senior Hi
MAKE YOUR WEDDING, BAR MITZVA, ANY FUNCTION
"THE TALK OF THE TOWN" with
IRYiNG PIETRACK ORCHESTRA
NO JOB TOO SMALL JE 8-0204
Sinai Hears Talk
On Camp Life
On Sunday, at 8 p.m.. Allan Sol
omon. camp director of the L'AHC
Coleman Camp Institute of Cleve- |
land. Ga., will address the congre
gation of Temple Sinai at Wash
ingtOO Federal Auditorium. 699
NE 167th St
He wil speak on the value of
sending young people to a camp
with Reform Jewish orientation
and will show a film on life at
the Coleman Camp
A
Ardi
M*$. HOWARD HmCHflUD
Hirschfields
Married Oct. 15
In Groom's Home
The former Alberta Goodman,
daughter of Mrs. Ray Goodman.
Bal Harbour, became the bride of
Howard J Hirschfield on Saturday
evening. Oct. 15. at the home of
the bridegroom's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Hirschfield. 4539 N
Meridian Ave.
Dr Irving Lehrman was offici-
ating rabbi.
Mrs Hirschfield is on the fac-
ulty of Miami-Dade Junior Col-
lege, and her bridegroom is a life
insurance consultant with Massa-
chusetts Mutual Life Insurance
Co
New address for the couple is
11950 N Bay shore Dr.
New Food Fair
For Coral Park
An ultra-modern Food Fair sup-
ermarket opened last week in the
new Coral Park Shopping Center.
S\V 8th St. at 97th Ave
David E Schulman is manager
of the 18.000 sq ft store. He for-
merly managed the Food Fair at
9875 Bird Rd.
More than 9.000 food and house
hold items will be available in the
new supermarket, including a full
line of Food Fair's own private
label brands as well as nationally
known products.
The store has been designed
with the most modern equipment,
from warming ovens that hold
ready-to-serve pies and barbecued
meats, to stand-up lefrigerated
cases for frozen foods and ice
cream
Phi Sig Alums
Hear Speaker
Phi Sigma Sigma Alumnae of
Greater Miami was to hold it~
meeting on Thursday. Nov. 3. 8:15
p.m.. in the Beta Theta chapter |
suite at thi> University of Miami.
Program was to feature Frank R
Branca, executive director of the
Children's Center
K
MISS BAKBAKA CARWfl
Miami-Dade Junior C
the University of Miami She u
presently employed at the Miaou
Herald.
Her fiance graduated from
ami Beach Senior 1 **
University of Florid, i
Pharmacv. He served -' lie-
tenant, chief of pharmi service*.
3320th USAF Hos| 3rl"
Tex., for three years pnZ
ently assistant
Super X Drug Chain
A dinner party in I
engaged couple will
the Famous Restaurant
day, Nov. 12
Israeli Folk Dance Classes
Sessions in Israel
sponsored by Beth S
hood, began on W.
,ng in the temple
Mrs Beggie Yanich
There is only 1
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ENTERTAINING
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Friday, November 4, 1966
*Jewisti fhridfiar
Page 9-B
yours.
THE Beth David Israel "Chai'"
Dir.ner of State was held
last week at the Fontainebleau
Hotel. Guests of honor were Na-
than aril Esther Spiegelman. Mr.
Spiegelman was the recipient of
the Sta:e of Israel "Chai" Award.
Mrs. S; iegelman was cited with
the Woman of Valor Award. For
the occasion, Mrs. Spiegelman
chose a black silk brocade even-
Ing coat over a black silk crepe
sheath. Silver and white beads
wore used for the floral embroid-
ery at the waistline and hemline.
Chai..nan of the evening was
Seymour Friend, and Mrs. Friend
wore a lime green silk chiffon,
with t: empire bodice encrusted
with beads. Her floor-length cape
faster-;.: around the neck with
the same jeweled treatment. Mrs.
Sidnej Aronovitz chose a shrimp-
colored silk sheath with a beau-
tiful multi-colored, embossed and
beaded jacket. Wife of the Tem-
ple's p/esident, Mrs. Al Beer, was
in a no satin, skirt with a match-
ing sto c. and a white and red-
sequined overblouse. Rabbi Sol
Landau's wife chose a black silk
skirt with a white and silver-
beaded she!!. Mrs. Lewis Stern-
shein ..ore a magenta silk crepe
with decollete scooped neck-
lint.
LJRS. William Weintraub's
"* v Let crepe came from Cop-
enhagen in a free-flowing sil-
houette with a band of beading
around the scooped neckline.
Mrs .lax Jacobson chose a fig-
ure-melding shocking pink bro-
cade. A black silk organza from
Italy was worn by Mrs. Jennie
Gordor. Her gown was embroid-
ered with red roses down one
side, which swirled around across
the front of the hemline. Mrs.
Morris Rabinowitz's two-piece
yellow ~ilk crepe was banded in
white crystals around the neck-
line and across the bottom of I
her o\erblouse. Black silk crepe'
with a draped bodice was worn
by Mrs. Bernard Leffler.
Mr.- Abe Kasow chose a red
silk sheath with gold caviar beads
at tht waistline. Her evening bag
was in matching gold beads. The
deep sew shade of plum was
seen m Mr- I. B. Berke. Her!
chiffor was in the "cage" sil-
houette. Mrs. Oscar Rappaport
had bright green chiffon at her
neckline as the color accent for,
her white embroidered organza:
gown Mrs. Wally Steinberg I
bought a foliage green and silver,
Sari m Tahiti and took it to Hong
Kong : j be made into the gown
;" re. The sheath was fitted
"ith e boler) type jacket which'
had w.nged panniers in back to!
PF
the floor. Ombre shades of beige
and brown combined in the satin
and cut velvet gown and jacket
worn by Mrs. Walter S. Falk.
Seafoam aqua matelasse was
the color and fabric choice of
Mrs. Jack Emmer. Her matching
jacket had a modified stand-up
neckline and a draped shoulder
line. Mrs. Elliot Witkind's gold
silk had the Greek Key motif em-
broidered with gold beads on her
overblouse and skirt hemline.
Gold draped silk jersey was worn
by Mrs. Brenda Sachs. The Artie
Kravitzes are just back from
Europe where she bought the
white silk suit she wore. Black
chantilly lace created her shawl
collar. Mrs. Murray Dacks chose
white jeweled chantilly lace over
white peau de soie.
* 4
lylRS. Michael Covin made the
olive green brocade suit she
wore. Her shell pink crepe
blouse featured a decollete black
drape. Mrs. Manny Lubel's three-
piece white satin had white-on-
white polka dots woven into the
fabric. Petal pink was the color
of the sheath and matching full
length evening coat worn by
Mrs. Irving Genet. Mrs. Gerald
Soltz chose a two-piece gold and
aqua brocade.
Mrs. Sam Badanes was in an
aqua silk sheath with an illusion
bodice embroidered with gold
lame flowers. Black beaded lace
from Hong Kong was worn over
Goya red by Mrs. Harold Kauff-
man. Mrs. Jim Gordon's black
chiffon had a deep V-neckline
and full flared skirt. Mrs. Max
Spiegelman chose a black silk
crepe sheath with a high jewel
neckline. Mrs. Gussie Margulies
wore white chantilly lace with a
matching jacket.
MISS NANCY HERMAN
Nancy Herman
Engaged to Wed
Robert Frehling
Announcement of the engage-
ment and forthcoming marriage of
Nancy Sue Herman and Robert
Henry Frehling has been made by
the parents of the future bride,
Sheldon Herman. 1228 West Ave.,
and Mrs. Beverly Cole, of New-
York City.
Son of Dr. and Mrs. Stanley
Frehling, 3795 Pinetree Dr., the
prospective bridegroom attended
Tulane University and earned a
degree at the University of Mi-
ami. His fraternity is Sigma Alpha
Mu.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Skidmore College in Saratoga
Springs, N.Y., and is now working
towards her Master's degree at the
University of Miami.
Couple plan to be married on
Dec. 29.
Karen Schwartz,
Mr. Bookshester
Plan Marriage
Mr and Mrs, Mason Schwartz,
of Bay Harbor Islands, announce
the engagement of their (laughter,
Karen Val, to Dennis Bookshester,
son of Mr. and Mrs Nathan I.
Friedman.
The bride-elect attended the
University of Florida and is a
senior at the University of Miami,
where she is a member of Alpha
Epsilon Phi Sorority.
Her fiance attended the Univer-
sity of Miami and is a graduate
of the University of Alabama,
where he was affiliated with the
Zcta Beta Tau Fraternity.
A summer wedding is planned
W'.rii. i K.ihn
MISS KAREN SCHWARTZ
Jewish Leaders On College Board
, Community leaders who have re- ... ... .
I sponded to an invitation to join I Pal<*a. and will initiate a pro
the advisory board of Florida I gra.m ,of ''>,eSra"n ""> rejverse
Memorial College include invest-
A luncheon of the advisory
ment bankers Max Orovitz. Dan boa,r? W'U ^c place or. Nov. 10
Ruskin. Leonard L. Abess and j aI ** Everglades Hotel to kick
The Sharon, New
Kosher Hotel,
Opens on Beach
Harold Schenk, formerly of
Schenk's Hotel. South Fallsburg,
N.Y., announces the premiere sea-
son of the Sharon Hotel, Miami
Beach's newest name addition to
kosher oceanfront resorts.
Located at 20th St. on the Ocean,
the hotel- is 100 percent centrally
air-conditioned with radio and 21-
in. television sets in each of its
spacious rooms. Decorated in an
Israeli motif, the Sharon brings
to Miami Beach the essence of j
"The Promised Land."
The Sharon, meaning happiness,
derives its name from the plains
of Sharon in Israel.
Milton Weiss.
The responses came as a result',
of an announcement by Sen. Harry
Cain, former United States Senator '
from the State of Washington, and |
Dr. Edward T. Graham, president;
of the college board of trustees.
Author Philip Wylic, Mayors
Robert King High, of Miami,
and Chuck Hall, of Dad* County,
Attorney Martin Fine, and Mich-
ael J. Franco, president of the
City National Bank, and Gary
C. Usina, assistant vice president
of the Peoples National Bank of
Commerce, will also serve on
the advisory board.
Florida Memorial College, now-
located in St. Augustine, Fla., will
relocate in Miami in January,
1968, after 74 years in North
Florida.
The four-year liberal arts school,
which is predominantly Negro and j
2 percent integrated, w ill open its!
doors on 48 acres of ground in }
off the capital funds program.
Center Sisterhood
Hosts Fri. Dinner
Following early services at the
Israelite Center on Friday even-
ing, a traditional Friday night din-
ner will be served in the social
hall.
The dinner is sponsored by tht
Dora Stein Sisterhood, with Mrs
Chester Leiter serving as chair-
man and Mrs. Ruth Katzif ii
charge of reservations.
Mrs Philip Richman is Sister
hood president.
CANTOR AND MRS. ftlDMAN
Feldmans Slated
At Bureau Dinner
Two opera stars. Nora and Nico
Feldman. will feature the musical
program at the 25th annual dinner
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion to be held at the Diplomat
Hotel on Nov. 2d.
Nora Feldman. a coloratura i >
piano, was born in Hanover. Ger-
many. She L- a graduate of Santa,
Cecilia di Roma. Italy.
Nico Feldman, lyric tenor, was
brought to this country by Ei
Sullivan, on whose show he ap-
peared three times. He is also
a graduate of Italian Academy
of Music in his native country,
Buchares, Rumania, where ha
was trained as an opera singer.
He became first tenor with thr>
Tel Aviv Opera Company for eight
c. cms. He has been heard o\ei"
BBC Television and in La Televi*
on Francaise in Paris, and sang m
.he Opera Comique, Paris, with
eads in over 20 major roles. He
toured in Europe. Africa and
South America in concerts, recit-
als, and opera, singing in 12 Ian-
;iiages. ln this country, he has
ecorded three albums of folk-
longs and a complete opera in
French. "La Juif."
He is currer-.th cantor at Tem
tie Menorah.
The annual dinner will salute
Joseph Cohen, retiring president
)f the Bureau of Jewish Education.
The following newly-electe-4
officers will be installed by Dr.
Irving Lehrman, of Tempi
Emanu-EI: Albert E. Ossip, pres-
ident; Judge Frederick N. Bar-
ard, Leonard Zilbert, Al Sher-
man, vice presidents; Jack Katz-
man, secretary; Melvyn B.
Frumkes, treasurer.
Leonard Zilbert and Albert E.
Ossip are co-chairmen of the din-
ner. Special ticket chairman is Ben
Zion Ginsburg, and chairman of
the telephone squad is Mrs. Jack
Katzman.
Music and Art Festival
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+Jenist; hridiiatr
Friday. November 4. 1966
Ditcussina cnnual dinner plans of the Jewish National Fund
Council of Greater Miami set for Dec. 4 at the Fontaineblecu
Hotel are seated front row .left to right Mrs. Louis Lus:;g. Mrs.
Mcx Fonberx Mrs. E. Miller. Max Affcchiner, Mayshie Fried-
->erg. Bernard Silver. Bill Weiss, Mrs. Max Affachiner, Mr. and
!t. Harry Feldman. Simon Tetenbaum. Sealed back rcw
left to r ghl are Mrs. Ida Boo>span, Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Z.
Stadlan, 'Samuel Kopkind, Morris Yudewitz. Standina rear
Morris Sacks. Ezra Finegold. Morris Minov.
{any Rosen Benjamin Appel, Abraham Grunhut. Mrs. Mir-
Jewish National Fund Annual Election
Meeting Slated at Fontainebleau Nov. 9
nt of Nominating committee o
, mcil : Dr I hrman. cl
iam Press. Mrs. Abraham Mason. Mrs. Jacob D. Davis, Miss
Lillian Goodman, Jacob C. Fishman, David Stein. Ben Silver.
Mrs. Wolf Shklair, Mrs. Ida Wessel and Pete Heller. Not
shown are Andre S. Bialolenki, Morris Berick, Mrs. Eva Blum.
William Borns'rin, Mrs. Sally Dermer, Mrs. Robert Garber,
Abrchcm Fraidlin Max Hecht, Peter Heller. Sam Kagan, Mr.
and Mrs. Hrman Kolko. Bernard Katz, Philio Kraus, Dr. Irving
Lehrman. Julius Rcsens'^in Mrs. Samuel Sack, Sn*^. Schach-
no, Irving Schatzmcn, Dr. Simon Wilensky. Ben Volpe.
Miamians Show
Desire to Settle
Sn Israel
"More than 35 Miamians are in-
terested in settling in I-rael." an-
nced two visiting o'ficials of
the Israel Aliyah Center aftor
holding interviews in Miami from
Oct. 16 to Oct. 18
lucting the interviews were
Elieser Grunwaid, national direc
tor, and Abraham Tooch. regional
director, of the center.
"Qualified people turned out
for the interviews including
physicists, teachers, pharma-
cists, managers and retirees,"
they said. The center coordin-
ates the immigration activities
of the Wot Id Zionist Organixa-
tion in the United States and
Canada.
The center advises individuals
on employment, education, and

lion meel

laire 1
Rabbi TJbor Stern
Back from Mexico

Abramov id M
.1 Ell, Harrj
Vbn nhut. <
Press !. na I i
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economic opportunities in Israel ^
added Grunwald.
A series of meetings in M
in early December to present t<
the public our programs is sched-
Perkel, vice president, uled." said Tooch
Israel Traveler
In Talk H-re
i
erify tl
s week I

:
"During my ten-day visit
outh of the border, I spoke at
r-iany events. In fact, my main
cuties revolved around offici-
ating at the Bar Mi*zvah of my
rephew," said Rabbi Stern,
ny took ] at I
thi
l
A mi
Skoi i. who
v ill accompany himself at the ac-
cordian Piano and orchestra lead-
muel Spielman w ill also be
U.S. Sen. Ernest Gruening
D.-Aiaska will be guest
speaker at the Me Ami Jew-
ish National Fund Founders
Bcnquet on Dec. 4 at the
Fontainebleau Hotel.
Miami Beach Chapter. United Na
i \- iciation, who has jusl re-
turned from Israel. was guest
week at a meeting of
R osevell
\merican Ji v -h Con-
Can P

at th.
\K 154th Ter.. S
i h
Officer Ejection
To Highlight
Teen Breakfast
Election of officers of Temple
The southern regional office i-
located at 80," Peachtree St ir
Atlanta.
Miamian Named
To National Board
Miamian Sidnej Altem
nt of Alterman Ti
es, has been elected ti> the
Nal
direct)
Alterman, who currentlj serves
as president of the Dade ount>
Citizens Safety Council, was im
e on thi
.fee ni al safetj
bj NS( president
Howard Pyle
I nder Alterman- leadei ship
Miamian Learns of 'Ama!' School Project;
Contributes 536,000 for Two Classrooms
Beth Am s post confirmation club the Dade Counts I itizens Safet)
will take place on Sunday, at 10:30 Council has become recognized na
a.m.. in the Temple's youth lounge, tionwide as a pace-setting safet>
Dr. Samuel Greenberg, psychi- organization.
atri-t. will speak on the subject. Alterman is also a membei i
'Sex and the Teenager." An open the hoard of directors of the Cit
discussion will follow.
izens Safetv Council of Florida
The group, composed of 11th um| (,,-,, VK.,. president of the
Samuel Elman this week made
a sift of S36.0O0 to the Greater
Miami Amal" Technical High
V tl Jewi t". the
na in the
1 ' "' ""-' .., ,
Elman has beer, a resident of
Miami for ten years, and is an
centei 16 Stern
h- Ipe
I > constructed *ive member of the Golden
Temples in Mexico Cil indud- Ring Club No I and a contributor
ing th Kehillah building to ,ht' Y '- Peretz Workmen's
mastei plan Circle Schools.
sh community in the
'
idded
Rabbi Leon Kronish, honorary
chairman of the Israel Histadrut
campaign in Greater Miami, ex-
pressed his personal apprecia-
tion "for Mr. Elman's interest in
giving the immigrant youth of
Israel a chance to become pro-
ductive citizens there."
Elman was horn Nov. 19. 187U
Beth David Plans
Home Discussions
in Sou'h
Way. an<
in the village of Usinki near
He immigrated to the
Sun- I'nited States in 1891. and became
an operator in a clothing factory
ram at the planning .....ion in New York City. In 1893. he was
tured an opi foi i Ask the one of the organizers of the Vest
Rabbi Sol Makers Union.
Beth Di Coi
and 12th graders who have been
'.ilium,m|. schedule breakfast
meetings every other Sundaj
morn:
Rabbi Dr. Herbert M Baum-
gard meets with the group
Florida Trucking Association.
Beth Am Leaders
Attend Confabs
Members of Temple Beth Am
attending the regional conference
of Reform congregations in Jack-
sonville the weekend of Oct. 29
include Man Kessler, president.
and Rabbi Herbert M Baumgard,
Rabbi Lipschitz
To Head Alumni
Rabbi Max A Lipsehil
leader of Beth Torah Congn
tion, has been elected regional
vice president for the South of
the Yeshiva University Rabbinic
Alumni.
Rabbi Lipschitz was chosen at
the organization's 23rd annual
convention in Monsey, N.Y. Elect
ed president by the convention
SAHUIU tlMAM
who healed a workshop on "Mod- was Rabbi Bernard I. Berzon, of
em Man's Search for God." Brooklyn, NV
Mrs. George Malin headed the The Yeshiva University Rabbinic
delegation from the Beth Am Sis- Alumni, lamest rabbinic body of
terhOOd to the Southeast Fedeia- Ma kind, consists of over 1.000
tion of Temple Sisterhoods confer- rabbis who received Semieha at
ences meeting at the same time. the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theolog
Other members attending were ical Seminary and are serving in
Mrs. Alan Kessler. George Malm, pulpits in the I'nitsd States and
Mr and Mr- Stanley Gilbert, abroad or occupying leadership
Barton Udell. positions in the Jewish community.
Disci open to
I ; i and
In lat> r years, Elman moved to
Syracuse, NY., where he estab-
lished a men- trousers manufac-
turing companj
Elman learned of the Greater
Miami "Amal" Technical High
School in Ramleh from Max
Gteiberman, secretary of the
Southern District of Workmen's
Circle, and Elman promptly ex-
pressed his desire to be one of
the school's founders.
The technical high school will
jive several hundred boys and
girls from age 16 to 21 the oppor-
At regulai meeting of the tunity to receive vocational train-
cheduled for Monday, Nov ing where they can become spe-
7 7:30 p.m.. at the Surf side Com- cialists in various technical trades,
munity Center. IS candidates-in Mr. Elman's contribution will help
waiting will receive the rank of establish two class rooms, one in
, ,l; the Electro-Mechanics Department.
Dr. Jack Heath, chancellor com-' and one in the Designing Depart-
dei will preside at the meet ment, where his name will be
perpetuated


&:l TOti rE b
Pythian Named
Knioht of 1966
iii/man ha- 1.....n

; '; I....... -;iw in
K : Lodge 196;
was honored at a dinner ten-
dered him bj the past Chancelta -
A socifltion, at the Balmoral Hotel
on Saturday i
Alfred H. Daniels, chairman of the board, and and services. With the completion of the
Thomas C. Wasmuth, president of Burdine's, Hialeah branch, Burdine's will have over 1.5
have jointly announced that Burdine's will million sq. ft. of selling and service space in
break ground this week for the establishment Dade County, and 1,826.000 total sq. ft., in-
of a seventh store. The new branch, a modern eluding the Fort Lauderdale and West Palm
structure of 129.000 sq. ft., is to be located at Beach stores. Opening date of the two-story
the coiner of 103rd St. and Palmetto Express- Burdine's Hialeah branch stnre, which will
way, Hialeah. in the midst of a major regional have about 350 regular employees, is sched-
shopping center. Following the recently-com- uled for September of next year, with planned
pleted addition of 100.000 sq. ft. at the com- exoansions programmed to match the growth
pany's Dadeland Store, in the Dadeland of the area. Architects are Weed-Johnson As-
Shopping Center, this marks another step in seriates, and the builder will be Mr. R. Har-
Burdine's continued expansion of its stores rison and Company.


bvembei 4. 1966
* Bmisii Mforidfon
Page 113
Temple Menorah Thai' Dinner of State
For Israel Bonds to be Headed by Rosens
Members of the committee of hosts for the Temple Beth Sholom
Israel "Chai" Dinner of State were quests at a reception hosted
by Mr. and Mt>. Louis F. Snotman at their home last week.
Above, Mr. and Mrs. Snetman (left) are seen greeting Rabbi
and Mrs. Leon Kronish. The dinner will take place Saturday
evening, Nov. 12. at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Sen. Morse to be Guest Speaker Nov. 12
When Temple Beth Shokm Honors Fines
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Rosen
will jointly head (he Temple Men
111..I1 Israel 'JChai" Dinner of SJtate.
it was announced by Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz, spiritual leader of
Ihe congregation.
The dinner w i:i be held on Sat-
urdaj. evening, Nov. 19, .ii the
Pcntainebleau Hotel.
Rosen i~ former chairman and
now honorary chairman of the
Greater Miami Israel Bond Orgai
ization. He is president of Temple
Menorah. Mrs. Rosen is chairman
of the Greater Miami Israel Bond
Women's Division.
As their initial act on taking
the chairmanship of the Temple
Members of the committee of
losts for the Tcinplc I'.etll Sholom
Israel "CMr* tinner of Stale la-t
*reek launched preparations for
h* event at a gala reception ho-t-
f Mr. and Mr- l.ouis Snel
nan, president ol lleth Sholom.
it their home.
The dinner will he held Satin-
lay evening, Nov. 12. at the I-'on-
BUeau Hotel m honor of Mr.
Irs. A. C. line, who w r-i 1 be
Died with the Israel "thai"
***for life Ion;: service to
Cause of Israel
Healing the dinner committee
ire \ and Mrs .Jonas J Brotman,
Why a rosier of temple
M| include Rabbi l.eon
.rohish, MT. :i\ M M elman
md others.
Coming to Miami as guest
speaker for the event is Sen.
Wayne Morse, who has been a
Republican, a Democrat, and
who is boat known as a free-
wheeling, free-swinging inde-
Since his fir n i
it*, Morse has been distinguished
a independence of mind and
itification with human princi-
ples. He is known as a staunch
supporter of I-
S long cl:-lin_ui-liid career.
' Morse 'i,i> been a leader
fight for civil rights and
OthflS social causes.
en. Morse
iign Jklations Committee's
mitts* on Latin American
and of the education sub-
iee f the Senate He also
^He Senate's special
on ag.
He was for many years
luncheon
Temple
>f Temple Judea will
ik Review Luncheon
f, 11:30 a.m.. in the
the new temple. Ihe
?n to be held tin re.
Honor will review
in of Lubin," by Isaac
ber.
i chairmen in charge of
are Mesdanies Ahra-
IStelia ilamersmith and
Program chairman is
t<\ Blackmail.
prior to his public serrvice a noted
educator and legal expert. Ap-
pointed assistant professor of law
at the University of Oregon in
1929. he was named dean of the
law school two years later at the
age of HO, and served in thai ca-
pacity and as a professor of law
until 1944. Earlier, he taught at
the Universities of Wisconsin and
Minnesota.
Heading the dinner commit-
tee with Rabbi Kronish, Mr. and
Mrs. Snetman and Mr. and Mrs.
Brotman are James M. Albert,
Sidney D. Ansin, Isadore Hecht
and Jacob Rifkin, honorary
chairmen.
On the committee of hosts are
Mr. and Mrs.:
K--if A !! .i iiih, William A- i .mi ,\, .
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Jewish education has a definite
musical note at the Beth Torah
Harold Wolk Religious School
with three student choirs rehears-
ing under ihe direction of Miss
Carole MacKenzie, musical direc-
tor o; Ihe -chool.
'Ihe Senior Choir, composed of
students who have sung together
for the past three years, accom-
panies Cantor Jacob Renzer dur-
um Ihe Saturday service for the
blessings of ihe new Hebrew
month.
The Junior Choir numhers (it),
and has begun rehearsals in prep-
aration for programs within the
school and at various community
functions as well as the Sahhalh
services.
Thud group, the Junior-Junior
Choir, is made up of Sunday
School students who range in age
from 5 to 8. They meet each Sun-
day morninf! for rehearsal and are
preparing a Chanuka program.
Menorah Israel "Chai" Dinner
of State, Mr. and Mrs. Rosen
hosted a reception for the din-
ner committee at their home
last Wednesday night.
Rabbi Abramowitz expressed
confidence that "this years din-
ner will he the greatest in the
history of the congregation."
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Miami UOTS
Membership Tea
On Monday. United Order
True Sisters, Miami 4:>. held a
membership tea at Variel Cl
dien's Hospital Auditorium
Chairmen ol Ihe ia wei e M -
Joseph Barchan and Mrs. J
Pre lidi nl is Mrs lax Ru
field
Representative
Off to Confab
Ben Saks, secretary manager
and director of public relations ol
the Southeast Florida Pharmaceu-
tical Association represented the
local group at Ihe 68th annual
convention of the National Asso
ciation of Retail Druggists in St.
l.ouis. Mo., on Oct ~2 through 27
'Ihe association was founded In
St. l.ouis in 1898.
Pharmacists were addressed by
Lawrence F. O'Brien, Postmaster
General of the United states. Sen-
ators Vance Hartke and Frank
Carlson, Hep Thomas Curtis and
Hep Hale BoggS, and Dr. James I.
Goddard, commissioner of the
Food and Drug Administration.
Hep. Boggs has introduced a bill
in Congress to include drugs for
recipients under Medicare who
are nol hospitalized.
John Stadnik, of Miami Springs,
represented the Florida Board of
Pharmacy.
Mrs. Lee Presents
Gavel to JWVAux.
Mrs. Arthur Lee, Florida pres-
ident, Jewish War Veterans Aux
iliary, is presenting to the Florida
Department a "Friendship Travel
ing Gavel" in memory of her sis
ters, the late Mrs. Rena Scheer
and Mrs. Florence Schapiro.
Ceremony was hold Tuesdaj
evening at Pythian Hall, when the
Norman Bruce Brown Auxiliary,
oldest in the state, accepted the
gavel, which will eventually go, in
turn, to the other 13 state auxil-
iaries.
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Friday, Ncve~be: \,
1966
On Friday at '/:o0 p.m., the children of Class
3A wiil assist Rabbi Alfred Vv'axman to con-
duct the late evening ieirvices at Templs
Zion. Participants are top row (left to riqht)
M< rk Friedman, Lecncrd Sokolow, Jody Kap-
ler., Arlett Berken, Janet Potash, Carol Soko-
low, Stacy Bergman, Maik Gc!dberg, Larry
Bigman. 3ottom row are Deane Kane, Stephen
Geld, Jay Nerove, Robert Shayman, Joel Ros-
enfield, Barry Young, Gary Dru and Howard
Vogel.
Principals in the Temple Beth Am production of "Fiorello"
include (left to riqht) Mrs. Paul Goodman, Mrs. Paul Leopold
end Al Lewis. They are among a cast of 47 persons rehears-
ing for the Nov. 12, 19 and 20 showings of the musical comedy
produced by Stephen Carrier and directed by Eleazer Green-
stein. Based on the life of the late New York Mayor Fiorello
laGuardia, the play won a Pulitzer Prize on Broadway in 1960,
end the Beth Am presentation will use the original score,
prorfessional costumes, lighting and sound system.
Gov. Hoyden Burns (right) compliments the Florida Board of
--.:c:macy in communicating to the public important infor-
ttion concerning prescription legend drugs for the benefit
c: public health." Left is Frank Orlando, assistant attorney
general of Florida assigned to the Board of Pharmacy, receiv-
ing the Governor's proclamation ushering in Community
Health Week with Ailan Canova 'center), president of the
tccrd. Florida is one of six pilot states chosen by the Federal
Food end Drug Administration to conduct its own educational
I enforcement aspects of the 1965 Drna Abuse Law. Com-
munity Health Week, marked Oct. 16 to 22, was sponsored
the American I^edical Association, American Pharma-
ceutical Association, and National Association of Retail
Druggists.
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ORT Women Open MB Tcpicry Shop
ion of
\me iRT ha*
i at 1629
II ;. _..:. A <>ch.
i the shop
toward the health pr<
which pi o\ ides for the medical
carp of children attending ORT
schools in 22 count
Chairmen arc Mrs I.ouis Baron
and Mrs. Jack Glassman Mrs
:de Kanenson is one of the
workers on duty Monday through
Saturday.
Needy Kids Get
Help for Camp
Each year, the YM and YVMA
of Greater Miami provides assist-
ance in the form of scholarships so
that additional needy children can
attend the Summer Day ("amp and
participate in various programs at
the "Y."
Without such aid. these chil-
dren, for whom such activities fill
a social need, could not attend. In
order to raise funds, the "Y"
Women's Auxiliary conducts its
annual scholarship games night,
which this year will be held on
Saturday at the YMHA, 8500 SYV
8th St.. with the proceeds going
to the "Y" scholarship fund for
needy youngsters.
Through the generosity of local
merchants and business firms,
many gifts, prizes and merchan-
dise have been received for give-
away purposes during the evening.
YMHA members from all sec-
tions of Dade County are now
working to make this big fund-
raising event a success.
Three-Day Art
Festival Slated
At Beth David
A thrre-day A: i Musfc Fes
thai ill be held Nov. 12 through
14 at Beth David Synagogue,
Outstanding works of art in all
media in- professional artist oi
national and international fame
will be shown for the first time
in this area. These include Israeli
and American artists. Many of the
South Florida artists will he show-
't ing works made especially for this
festival.
Classical guitarist Juan Merca
del and violinist .loan Field will
present a concert Sunday night,
Nov. 13. at 8:30 p.m. Tickets are
available to the public at Beth
David and Allegro Music Shop.
(oral Gables.
A preview showing, which will
include 25 leading local artists,
will be held Saturday evening,
Nov. 12. at 8:30 p.m. Attendance
is by subscription only.
The works oi well-known New
York painter Joseph Margulies will
be featured at the festival. Mar-
gulies' activities in the field of
etching and colored lithos has
brought him international fame
: as a present day master of these
media.
The festival will be open to the
public Sunday, from 11 a.m. to
5 p.m. In addition to the art works
on display, there will be various
craft demonstrations going on
continuously. Ceramics, clay sculp-
ture, weaving, spinning and glass-
blowing will be demonstrated.
Two hours of continuous chil-
j ren's cartoons will be shown, with
I baby-sitting provided by teen-
agers.
Tours for special groups are
i being arranged for Monday. Nov.
14. Several thousand children
! from schools in the area are ex-
; pected to view the Festival.
One of the largest collections of
Judaica ever shown in the South-
| east will be available for viewing.


Edna Glaubmc:.
and painting execut-
ed for display the three-
day Art and !:
to be held at Ft .-id on
Nov. 12 throuch '.4.
Carnival Time
At Treasure Isle
There will bt an
at the Treasun 1- .
School Carnival < r
10. beginning at 2 p.m.
To be includt <
will he a cake sail pla
manned by member:
Beach Garden Clul
snow cones and :.
mein dinner will
nival.
Chairmen ol
Mrs. Leon Lund;. d Ml -
Levitt, ways and (
ident
parties
v.entary
y. Nov.
iternoon
-t booth
c Miami
candy.
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Walter^
:e pres-
Comedy, History On NBC Radio Spectacular Here
1
Asked to produce a radio show
that would relive the best radio
comedy of our times and include
momentous events in history in
just one hour and fifteen minutes
where would you start?
Maybe you'd begin with the
tongue-in-cheek repartee between
Burns and Alien, or the sweet
monotones ol Rudy Vallee. Or
perhaps- it would be a favorite
soap opera like "One Man's Fam
ily," the touchingly hysterical re-
portage of the Zeppelin Hinden
burg crash, or the celebration of
V-J Day in Times Square.
These slices of life, all as orig-
inally broadcast, are but part of
the kaleidoscope of radio enter-
tainment to be presented on the
Chase and Sanborn 102nd Anni-
versary Show, which honors the
40th anniversary of NBC Radio,
starring Edgar Bergen and
Sisterhood Execs
Named to Posts
Mrs Burton IS Streit. president,
will conduct the Beth Moshe Sis-
terhood hoard meeting on Mon-
day evening.
sisterhood members who have
been honored recently Include
Mrs. Marly Martin and Mrs Sid-
ney L. Schoen. the former- ap-
pointed corresponding secretary
for the Florida Branch of the Na-
tional Women's League of the
United Synagogue of America, the
latter, named publicity chairman
for the same group.
Mrs. Fred Blank has been ap-
pointed to the Advisory Counci
of the Jewish Women's Organize
'.ions of Miami.
Charlie McCarthy, on Sunday,
Nov. 13, 7:05 p.m., over the
NBC Radio Network.
The stars of the show, the third
successive one of its kind taken
from original recordings, will be
introduced by Edgar Bergen and
his trio of puppets anchor man
Charlie McCarthy, the unpredict
able Mortii ler Snerd and irascible
Effie Klinker. In all, 45 meat stars
and personages will be heard on
the special
There.- a session with Bob Hope
ing i ii' audience with one ol
his i ivn shows with his laugh-a-
minute experience v le i nter
taining the troops overseas.
V'eti ran radio listeners will re-
call Will Rogers' ft-r peated in-
dictment of Congress "Every time
they make a joke, it's a law: every
time they make a law it's a joke."
And the biting wit of Groucho
Marx is sidesw
when he bears .
testant blithely
jokes.
Charlie Md i
time from l i
rejoinder, follow
veibal battle:
bent on youi
for a plunger
And. for i .
are Al Jols
"Sonny Boy. .
"I'd Love to Sp
You."
Heading the i
Chase and S
thes fami
from the he}
Gi mer, Ken i
lop, Milton i
and Jimmy W
trade quips di
Cials with Her
hea led fi iends
[>
sei
i
ntarily
i con-
if his

serious

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i i!h
Stein Joins Insurance Agency
Alan Stein has joined the Charles
W. Sokol Agency of Protective
Life Insurance as a full time rep-1
resentative.
Memorable voices are (from left) "Funeral Froi-: '- Pn
''Senator Claahorn" Kenny Delmar, "Tlmea Square 0f
Grauer, and "Submarine Voice" limmy W< "
with Milton Cross and Ken Carpenter (not ^ noun-
relive their own aolden days in radio and shore "e *-
cing spots for the Chase and Sanborn 101
Show.


Friday, November 4, 1966
*Jewisli ftcriaftftn
Page 13-B
J^j&r ^/wlitzvah
Ls-or Sootin
I.cor -on of Mr. and Mrs. Har-
v '. Soot in, ilebrate his Bar
during Saturday morning
services, Nov. 5. at Temple Beth
; iv, where he has attended He-
tool for several years.
An eighth grade student at West
Miami Junior High, the celebrant
plays in the school band.
Leon grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. flyman Sootin, are long-time
residents of Miami, and his father
ibserved his awn Bar Mitzvah
Urs. Jew"! Woolson, the cel-
ebrant's maternal grandmother.
i ill bs here from Worcester.
i-- I r the celebration.
Mr. and Mrs. Sootin will honor
ir at the Kiddush following
ceremony. and at a reception
in their home in the evening.
*
Cesar Stone
Cesai Edward, son of Dr. and
Mrs. y.. rio M Stone, will become
''' vah on Saturday, Nov 5.
Tem| le Emanu-EI.
e atti n Is eighth grade at
Nautilus Junior High School. His
cal instrument is the trumpet.
Tin celebrant will be honored
a !;' heon following the serv-
c Fontainebleau Hotel
Mrs Bertha Stone and Mr. and
ilrs Julio Lipsicas, Cesar's grand-
arenU will attend the event.
Jamie Milton
daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
I -cph Milton, 4849 Konda St..
ral '.able-;, will become Bas
Mitzvah at Beth David Congrega
i id -Nov. 4.
Jamil is an eighth grade stu-
9i Ponce de Leon High and
has been attending Beth David
Scl o il for the past five
' ears She plays in the school
band and is interested in water
^ Mi d Mrs. Larry .1. Berger,
- i' Angeles, Calif., grandpar-
the celebrant, will attend
the ices

Sandra Wollowick
Sandra Lois, daughter of Mr
ind Mrs. Isidore Wollowick. 1810
Daytonia Rd.. will celebrate her
; i- Mitzvah >n Friday evening,
N'ov ? at Temple Menorah.
Lois is a student in the Temple
Menorah Religious School and at-
tends eighth grade at Ida M.
Fisher Junior High. Her interests
includ< water sports and music.
She plays clarinet in the school
band and also the piano and guitar.
The celebrant will be honored
with a dance party, featuring the
ions, on Saturday.
*
Aileen Sherrin
Durinj Friday evening services
Temple Sinai of North Dade. to
leon Sootin Cesar Sfone
The celebrant is an honor student
at Shenandoah and is an accom-
plished pianist.
* *
Richard Moore
Richard Allan, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Eduanl Moore, of 8499 Mil-
ler Hi. will be called to the Torah
on Saturday morning, Nov. 5. at
Temple Zion.
Richard is an eighth grade stu-
denl at Glades Junior High, and
is in the school chorus. He plays
piano and drums, and is inter-
ested in water sports.
Mr. and Mrs. Moore will host
the Kiddush in honor of the cele-
brant following the services.
-
Ira Chandler
Ira Ansel, son m Mr. and Mrs
William Chandler, will become
Bar Mitzvah on .Saturday, Nov. 5.
at Temple Emanu-EI.
Ira attends eighth grade at
Nautilus Junior High School. He
plays piano and guitar and has.
been a student of drama for niar.v
years. Other interests include
reading, electronics and art.
Mrs Minnie Rosen, Ira's grand-
mother, will attend the event.
The celebrant will be honored
at a Kiddush a! his home and at
a reception Saturday evening in
the Starlight Room of the Bis-
cayne Terrace Hotel.

Linda Barg
Linda, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
' Barg, 19050 NE 2Cth Ct..
will celebrate her Bas Mitzvah at
the Friday evening services. Nov.
4. at Beth Torah Congregation,
Linda is an eighth grade stu-
dent at John F. Kennedy Junior
High and plans to continue her
Hebrew Studies at Beth Torah.
Her interests include swimming,
horseback riding, oil painting, and
she is active in the United Syria
jogue Youth.
A reception in Linda's honor
will he he!! Saturday evening at
Attending
ception will be Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Weiss, grandparents, Mrs.
Ethel Weiss, grandmother, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Kinzman, Mr. and
Mrs Benjamin Rimer, godparents,
and two younger brothers, Steven
and Gary.
Michael Ross
Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Irwin Ross, 17700 NE 10th Ave.,
will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at
th;- Saturday morning services,
Nov. 5, at the Beth Torah Con .
-a: ion.
Michael attends John F. Ken-
nedy Junior High and is in th*
He^ias attended He-
brew school for the past four
years Outside activities includ*
football, surfing and all sports.
Kiddush in Michaels honor will
be held, as well as a dinner and
reception at the Diplomat Country
club on Saturday evening. Among-
guests wil Mr and Mrs Ben.
.' iger, N Y grandparents, Mr
Mrs R Pi tedman, Mia
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Richard Moor"
be held at Washington Federal.
699 NE 168th St.. the Bas Mitzvah
of Aileen. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Aaron Sherrin. will be ob-
served.
Aileen is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Hebrew Academy and is
in the eighth grade at the Temple
Sinai Religious School. Her favor-
ite sports are horseback-riding,
tennis and skiing. She plays the
clarinet and guitar.
* *
Daniel Najjar
Daniel, son of Mr. and Mrs
Hayim Najjar, 1348 SW 17th St..
will become Bar Mitzvah at Beth
David Congregation on Saturday
morning. Nov. 5.
Daniel is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Shenandoah High, and has
been attending Beth David Relig-
ious School for the past six years.
"A Happy One Man's Family" is the scene from "Critics
Choice" which Temple Emanu-EI Player* will present on
Saturday, Sunday and Monday, Nov. 19 through 21, at the
Shelborne Hotel. Pictured are stars Hope Pomerance, Al
"Leave it to Leibert") and Steven Rosenblatt. Tickets for the
performance are available at the Temple office or from Mr.
Ben Ball, chairman of reservations. Harry A. Levy, president
f the Temple Players, announced that a special attraction
bas been arranged for the Saturday evening performance.
Curtain time will be 7:45 p.m., with dancing for guests follow-
ing- Curtain time on Sunday and Monday will be 8:30 p.m.
now we work
harder to in
your day shorter
WVCG-AM now on
the air until midnight
SOUTH FLORIDA'S GOOD MUSIC STATIONS
AM 1080 KC. 10,000 Watts
FM I05.I MC. -160,000 Watts
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Friday. November 4,1955
Huge Ballot Faces Us Tues.
gubernatorial race, pitting Miami Mayor Robert King
nominee, against Republican Claude Kirk, heads a
tated ballot in nexl Tuesday's statewi e election.
Also al the top <.:' : he ballot are
. umbent 1 temoci at Dante P.
Republican
i tallei Ice Thompson, in the
12th Cm i Disti ict for U.S
Representatives
Other races include: Attorney
General Dei incumbent
Karl I ircloth against Republican
S Rubin; treas-
urer, Williams, incuin-
\
!7lh Senatorial District: Lee
rid Vic
R
40th Senatorial District:
. md J Go t. and
the R Miller, Republican
The 42r.d Senatorial District:
I >hn M. Spotts^.....!. Democrat,
.(I Harry K Mahoney, Repub-
The 46th Senatorial District:
Ralph R. Postonw Democrat, and
\ eronica M Peace, Republican.
The 47th Senatorial District:
I'ick Fincher, Democrat, and Mat-
thew M, Slepin, Republican.
House of Representatives races
are as follows:
FasceSI Names
Campaign Chief
Congressman Dante B. Fascell,
Democratic candidate for reelec-
tion in the 12th Congressional Dis-
trict of Florida, this week an
nounced the appointment of Leon
Lev m as his Dade County cam-
paign manager in the Tuesday
election.
Meanwhile, Dr F. G. Walton
Smith, director of the International
Oceanographic Foundation, pre-
sented Fascell with a life fellow-
ship in the Foundation for "out-
standing services in the Congress
towards development of the sea'
Fascell is the second man in
history to receive such an honor.
Presentation lock place at the
Tuesdaj luncheon meeting of the
Tigei Bay Club in the Dupont
Plaza Hotel.
In addition to receiving the Gl("")s >
award, Fascell delivered a report Servic
to members of the Ti ei Baj Club
on the 89th Congress of the United
States
Fascell is chairman of the Legal
at d Monetary Affairs Subcommit-
tee of the House Committee on
Government operations.
Group l: Maxine E. Baker, Dem-
icrat; William M Manker, Repub-
lican.
Group 2: Dick Renick, Democrat.
Isahelle B Smi h. Republican
Group 3: Carey Matthews, Dem
ocrat; Robert W Codling, Repub-
Group 7: Gerald Lev is, Demo-
ci at; Mi dred Butler, Republican
Group 9: San l> D'Alemberte.
Democrat: Shirlej Spellerberg,
Republican.
Group 11: Walter W Sackett
'i-. I>i er, Re
Group 12: Harold G Feather-
stone, Democrat; Melvyn G. Lais-
ter, Republican.
Group 13: Vernon c". Holloway.
Democrat; Roy A. MacDonald,
Republican.
Group 15: Robert C. Hector.
Democrat; Robert C Fails. Repub-
lican.
Group 16: Robert "Boh" Gra-
ham, Democrat; Gordon G. Panag-
os. Republican.
Group 18: Robert M Brake.
Democrat: Kenneth Owen Mc-
Cullough, Republican.
Group 19: Marshall S. Harris.;
Democrat: Paul ,1 O'Neill. Repub-1
Lican.
Group 20: Carl A Singleton,
Democrat: William P. Adams Jr.,
Republican.
Group 21: George Firestone.
Deniocr.it. Frank A. Tortoriello.
Republican.
Group 22: David I. Brovvei,
Democrat: Jon Carlton. Republi-
can,
For Dade Board of Public In-
struction: G. Holmes Braddock.
Democrat; Yolanda W I'lrich.
Republican
Unopposed candidates for the
Democratic Party are running in
the following races: Justice of,
Supreme Court; Judije of the Dis-.
trict Court of Appeal. 3rd Appel-
late District. Groups B and D:
Secretary of State; Comptroller;
Superintendent of Public Instruc-
tion: Commissioner of Agriculture,
1 and 2 in Florida Public
A1SO, State Senator. 13th. 43rd,
44th and 45th Senatorial Districts:
and member, State House of Rep
resentatives, Groups 4. ."i. (>, 8. 10.
14. and 17
Democratic candidates also
running unopposed are listed in
After an eight-week hiatus, the Wild Ones are back aqain in
Doral's Chacota Lounqe. The Four Bits started as a vocal
group on Cape Cod about ten years ago. After extensive
travel, which included engagements at the Riviera and Royal
Nevada in Las Vegas, Harvey's and Wagon Wheels at Lake
Tahoe, and the Village Barn in New York, the group settled
in Miami where they appeared at one motel for eight years.
There, they developed the present format of lightning-paced
shows with the accent on comedy and instrumental produc-
tions. The group is adept at the organ, tenor and soprano sax,
banjos, guitars, bass, drums, tuba, glockenspiel and even a
conch shell.
22 groups. And there are three
unopposed candidates for Judge
of Criminal Couit of Record,
Groups 2, 3, and 4; four in the
Civil Court of Record, Groups
1, 2, 3, and 4; two in ihe Juve-
nile and Domestic Relations
Court, Groups 2 and 3; one in
the Small Claims Court; two
for Board of Public Instruction,
District 1 and 2; and one for
constable, District 3.
statewide, there an 13 proposed
amendments to the Florida COnsti-
;11 on. Dade Counti
will be called on to appro e o
' two proposed amendments
to the Metro < narti i Vi d on
ami Beach, voters will also be
raced with eiphl city charter
amendments and one bond pro
posal.
Maamians At
UOTS Convention
Mrs. Joseph Karelian and Mrs
Edward Lewis represented Miami
43. United Order of True Sisters,
at the 116th annual national
COTS convention at the Amen
cana Hotel in New York on Oct.
30 to Nov. 1.
The Order's 120th anniversary
was marked at a luncheon on
Wednesday Mrs Herman Simon,
of Brooklyn, presided at the con-
vention.
Founded in 184(i. the Order
adopted service to cancer suffer-
ers in its centennial year In addi-
tion. Miami 43 gives financial
support and volunteer service to
Variety Children's Hospital Tumor
Clinic.
Mrs Max Ruthfield is president
of the local unit
Teen Tyranny
Weekend Subject
At Temple Israel
The weekend's adult lecture
series at Temple Israel of Greater
Miami will provide two themes ,(-
Dr. Irvvin Jacobs addresses him-
self to "Teen-Age Tyranny" on
the Parents' Series, and Rabbi
Joseph R, N'arot develops the Eu-
gene and Shirley Greenfield In-
stitute theme. What Should a
Jew Know
Dr. Jacobs, whose lecture is
Scheduled for Saturday. It) a in .
in Richter Hall, brings an exten-
sive background in dealing with
youth problems to his subject \
faculty member of the University
of Miami Medical School, he is
medical director of the Children's
Center of Miami.
He has been in the private prac-
tice of psychiatry here for the
last decade and i- a past president
of the South Florida Psychiatric
Societj
With guest lecturers scheduled
for the remaindei of the year,
Sunday morning's lecture by Dr.
Narot will be his only opportunity
to meet with the more than 300
members of Temple Israel who
have registered for the Institute
this year
JWV Tag Day
For Child Welfare
Annual Tag Day for Murray
Solomon Post and Auxiliary. Jew
ish War Veterans, will be Mon-
day, declared by Mayor Drcssol
of Coral Gables as Jewish War
Veterans Day.
All monies collected are ear-
marked for child welfare and hos-
pital work. Headquarters for the
day will be Miracle Theatre on
Miracle Mile.
Chairman for the post is Sol
Lipton. For the auxiliary, it is
Mrs. Max Medgebow.
.
NEW ALL-FAITH CHAPEL AT MIAMI HEART INSTITUTE
First Wedding in All-Faith Chapel
At Heart Institute Unites Gorinsteins
First wedding to be held in
Miami Heart Institute's All Faith
Chapel took place recently, unit-
ing the former Beverly Schulman
and Joseph B. C.orinstcin. of Miami
Beach.
The chapel, designed by Claire
Mendel. German Consul in Miami,
is European in feeling, with ele-
gant interiors created by Key En-
terprises. Inc. of Miami, manu-
facturers and distributors of all
types of ecclesiastic vestments and
Di. Irving Lehiman, spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-El,
will open late services of the
congregation this Friday at
8:15 p.m. His sermon will be
"Two Nnbel Prize Winners
A Tribute to the Jewish
Book."
Beach Resident
On Dean's List
Miami Beach resident Joan Salt/
ha> b, in named to the Dean's List
at Stern College for Women al
Yeshiva University in New York
City, Dr. Dan Vogel, dean, an-
nounced.
Miss Salt/, a junior, is the daugh-
ter of Mr and Mrs. Alexander
Salt/. 3054 N. Bay Rd. She is a
graduate of Miami Beach Senior
High School, and attended the
University of Miami, where she
was also named to the Dean's List.
Sinai Clinic Chief
Talks on Diabetes
Dr. David Walterman, chief of
the Diabetes Clinic at Mt. Sinai
Hospital, will be featured speaker
at the North Shore Bnai B'rith
meeting to be held at Washington
Federal, 1133 Normandy Dr., on
Monday at 8 p.m.
Irvine C. Spear is president of
the lodge. Topic for the evening
will be "Dangers of Diabetes in
1966."
religious furnishings
The chapel's vaulted ceiling,
walnut paneled door, three hand-
carved walnut pew- stained glass
windows and praying area create
a spiritual and wain; atmosphere
At the first wedding, Rabbi
Irving Lehrman, ol Temple
Emanu-El, officiated A white can-
opy graced the altar, with mem-
bers of both families occupying
the pew.
ADl ASSISTANT
RESIGNS POST
Barney Gorinstein, assisl
ant director of the Florida
Office. Ant i Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith, this
week resigned his post to ac-
cept the directorship ol the
Jacksonville Jewish Com-
munity Council.
Human Behavior i\ Sub/ecf
"Spinoza on Hum; : '>
will be the tO| i<
Dr. Abraham Woll ;l''
Spinoza Forum for Adult Educa-
tion on Thursday. 1"
auditorium of Washii
eral. 1234 Washington Vve
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Page 15-B
Rubin Runs For
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
***jtte
lldUllt.
ORDER TO APPPEAR
Vlll", Nnlbcll
'.Hi Sll i.i. i
. Mel Advertising Service, lire here-
> in-11 fled In file your answer to 11
null fi r .ii\ on ; with the Ch i K ul
'" '"It ll.....ft, Mid Kl II i.....|iy
lalntlff
vs.
M A Young, TIL' Bust CHARLES HOPKINS,
- Aluji li 'ullforiiiH, 11. fcndiinl
i,- Service, lire h. r. n HARLH8 HOPE
file ..in answer i" a It. Id, ,.,-, I'nknoi
n ; wild ti!.. Ch ik ..i you, CHARLES
""I rv ;.....py h, i, |,) notified |hat
, '"......>. Claud, M |>lnlni .. Divorce tins i n riled
-;,; '"",.' ']'- N""'"' Halnst you, and you are required to
f \ ,' .'., ,'"'.. '"'" "'; -1M 'l,v "'......I" '" >'"" Answer ...
'/' N"'-"'."i. i-...... "i i. .Li.hi i Kill I'li-adlnii i., n. Kin ,,, Coniplulnl mi
i'i' ii\ ltl.ES in il'KIXS
i .' I'uknown
V'.ii, CHARLES HOPKINS,
hcrehj notified that u I'.lll of .'
A 11 JN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Attornev General ^^n^?^,0^11^ in thf circuit court 0> the
IV""t7 WCIICI Ud FLORIDA IN CHANCERY ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Ellis S. Rubin is the Republican h^aky"!!?*., daS/county. ',n chancery
candidate for Attorney General of I No. 66CH463
the State of Florida in next Tues- ''" :iri Lvtirxn, .,,!,- IIthku ?io?kP\"
day's general election.
The 41-year-old Miami Beach
resident moved to Dado County
after World War II to get his law
degree from the University of
Miami.
He received his Bachelors de-
gree from Holy Cross College after
serving in the U.S. Navy as exec-
utive officer of an LST in the
Pacific. He now holds the rank of
lieutenant commander in the
Naval Reserve.
Rubin serves in all state and
federal courts, was public de-
fender for federal court and at-
torney and counselor for the
U.S. Court of Appeals in the
Fifth Circuit. He is special coun-
cil for the City of Miramar,
member of the Academy of
Florida Trial Lawyers and of the
National Association of Defense
Lawyers.
Ilrit
I luted Uctober ii. 191)6.
K I'-. I.. :.\ III. UMAX.
i "li i. "i i lii '.nun "ourt
i lly: K, M l.v.M.w
I li |>UI \ i 'li l,
l" 21-28, 11 1-11
1001 N.B. 125th Street North Miami'. I Florida, iIiIh
t>1orida, IntendH to register s.,i.i name A.M. 1966.
HERMAN STtlN
\em Heads
tampaign Unit
>r Variety
lli-rman Stein, Southern Division
nager of Food Fair Stores, has I ,, ,
He has lectured extensively on
rn named chairman of a cam- [ juvenile delinquency and is the
Ign in the food industries to i author of a Florida report on sub-
bport Variety Children's Hos-1 versive activities. He has received
|al. [the Miami Jaycees Civic Merit | Michael BIHAR!, .-i k ..
j < l I Award
lie has invited a group of bust-1
ili'- Plaintiffs attorney, MYERS
K Ml. \N ,y PoRTER, 11 ..i s.W.
I ,i-i street, Miami, Klorida and Hi.
'I. original Answer nr Plead
the office ..i' ili. i'i. 11; of ili. fir.
''"ml .!! "i- liefore Hi.- 2nd das "I
I.....i'i" r, 1986 I:' j.. i fall In
JudKnient liy default ill lie taken
uaiiiHl you for tile relief demanded
; in ili" Hill of i 'omplaint.
Thin notice shall I., published on..
each week for f..... comu-cutive weeks
m the Jewish i-i oridian
i:v "N-:i:t: reai.tv. at | _l".>'i-: AND ORDERED at mi,......
23th day ..i lei.......
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HKHKin tilVEN thai
j Hi. undersigned, desiring tu engage
in business under the fictltlouH m.....
with Hi. Clerk "i Hi. Circuit Court
"I I Mil.- County I'i..iiii;..
ACDREY CNOER, Sole Owni r
JAY B-l'HTON KEYS
Utorney for Applicant
mui Blacaj ii. Blvd.
I" -"> 11/4-11-18
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY
No. 66C11562
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
MARIA BIHARI, a/k/a
Murlanna Hlhurl,
Plaintiff,
E. K I.E \TI IERMAN, Clerk,
' if "ii Court, I >ude Counts Kloi Ida
IHeal) lly: MAIUJCKKITK KENT
I leputj Clerk.
MYERS, KAPLAN .v. PORTER
113(1 s.w Kind street
Miami, l-'i..i ill..
______ I" '-' II l-ll-ls
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C11467
HELEN MARIE AMEXRl'D.
Plaintiff,
Mihall Ulhari.
Defendant.
xecutives to a dinner and' R"tn pledges "to continue my a/k,al'M?|liaiyUBlharl
at Hie hospital on Thursday,! relentless war on crime, to aid
county and municipal law enforce-
ment agencies, to lend the influ-
ence of the office to lower the
l\. 17, 6:30 p.m.. to organize a
litz drive" for funds.
"We understand Variety ac-
tpts any sick child for treat-
ment, but relies mainly on pub-
donations for support," said
tein.
"I've asked these businessmen
pool their ideas on just how
can help this hospital meet
giant free-care deficit of
K1.000 annually for treatment
| (in.000 sick youngsters in Dade
unty." he said.
Stein has been with the 500-
re Food Fair chain for 29 years,
Mining Southern Division head
19t>2. In addition to his inter-
in child welfare, he has served
the executive committee of
rida Atlantic University and
(led a fund drive for the Ken-
ily Memorial Library in Dade
lunty.
(I.MIK.V.'K AMEXRCD,
I', i'i mli.nl.
I"i: CLARENCE AMEXRl'D
o I lavld R, Am. mini
Route -'.. An..I,.i. Minnesota
Vnr AIM-; HEREBY NOTIFIED
17.. IVegerturaiuie, ".. sollngcn, J"1" :l foinnlalnl f'.r Divorce haa
: ii11..11> ii...ii filed against you. You are re-
YOU ARE HEREBY notified thai 'Hinl (" s.r\. .-, ......v vour A.
:i Bull for divorce hnx been flu-d "wer '"' Ideadlng lo the Complaint on
agalnat you. A copy ..f your plead- '!"," l*Jlntlfra attorneyx, EKSEN a
Inga iiiuat be served ..n Malcolni H. ,'"'' '?08 Ainaley Building, Ml-
costs of food, milk and drugs, to '''I>;.n i-*,,.. s-a si: Pirai s.,-. ..-t. ''* "''i.-i-'. d file the prig.
t ,, ..' ." .Miami, Plorldu. in the original file ".V1 "' "'" office "f the Clerk of Hi.
serve full time as a member of: in thin office on or before the iiih ''"'"" <'"''. "" or before the 2m
the 34 boards and commissions as-
signed to the Attorney General."
lcGml NOlk:
rs. Apple Felled
y Brief Illness
Mi- Frances D. Apple, of 2035
21st St., died here on Satur-
Oct. 29, following a brief I LADdie"i
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS IIKUEHY OIVI-.N tluit
by virtue "f Chapter 67X, "l h'lorlda
siiiintis Annotated (1941), Ware-
hotlrivmen and Warehouao Recolptn,
wherein Ace-R.B. VAN LINES, INC.,
a Florida corporation, by virtue of 11m
warehouae lien, baa In Its poHHeaalon
the fuflowlng deacrlbed property:
llniiM.-hi.l.i Qooda as the property "i"
Mr. ami Ura. Watklna, 731 N.W. .'."Hi
Street, Miami, and :'lcis N.W. 71si
Street, Miami, and thai "ii the 25th
day "f November, 1966, during the
legal hours of Hale, mainly between
ii:iio forenoon and -'Mm iii Hi. after-
noon, al 2136 N.W. L'lili Avenue, Mi-
ami. Florida, the underalgned shall
offer for nale i" the highent blddei
for '-ash In hand ihe above deacribud
property of Mr. and Mrs. Watklna,
7:il N.W. .".Dili Str.-.t. Miami, and
2168 N.W. 71si Street, Miami.
Dated at Miami. Florida, tbla 28th
day of i ictobi r, li'dii.
ACE-1LB. VAN LINES, INC.
11 1-11
IN THE CIRCUIT" COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN CHANCERY
No. 66C11744
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
W.M.I H :.\ FEDERAL SAVIXUS
AXD LOAN
Plaintiff,
ASSOCIATION,
rdinator in association
h her son, Lloyd S. Apple, as
atering director at Beth
^ (I Synagogue.
1 personal benevolence to
i) causes and people was well-
here.
a addition to her son, she is
Vived by her husband, Henry
two other sons, Arthur and
pvin, of Miami: a daughter,
8. Sharon Robbins, of Glencoe,
and nine grandchildren.
Private services were held at
Nebo Cemetery on Sunday.
30, with Riverside Memorial
Ptl in charge of arrangements.
HICKWON and
YVONNE HICKStlX, Ilia wife,
I residence unknown, if living; nn-
csident here since 1941, she''>"""" ^i""im--. ii n-nairrled, and ii
ii. .i.i. iin n unknow n hi ..ti-.-s, ii
i. married; all unknou n heira, de-
\ i>...-. Krai icnccH, llenora,
.i edltoi i. i ruate. n, or ol lierw iae
claiming lij. i hrough, under or
i LAI 'ill: L. HICK-
SON i nil VVONNK IIh'K.-i IN, liiM
wit. .hi ngainal .11 nthi'i pel
lia\ ing or .i.in' to lui \ i
right, iii. .......!.- .ii or lu
i he prop, rl > hei -in di r bed,
Llefi ndnnta.
TO: LADDIE I. Ill' K.-' IN mid
Y\ i.NXK III' KSi IN
.. i.i. ii.-.- unknown, ll
unkiiow it s|..ni>..-. it t .in .i i ed,
ami it .1. .i.i. tIn n unknown
si'...i>.s. if reniarilcd: all im-
knowu helm, .! \ i> ^. grunteta,
asalgneeH, Hi noi, creditora,
trust.. >. or otherwlai clulnilng
by, througb, under "i agaiiial
ili.. i*aid l-addle L. li < i-v m and
Yvonn. Hlckwin, his wlfi lid
., ,iin>i all ni her :" -..i.> hai lug
or claiming t-. have any right,
lull- or InlercHt, .....r I.i llu-
propel i \ herein dew llu !
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a suit to foreclose mortgage
i i .,-i real ami i>< raonal in
has been filed agalna! you in the
above Court '> the Plaintiff. W.tlden
federal havings & Loan Association.
'I"lii- property Bought i" i"- fore-
cloaed is .is follows:
l^it Tl. Block L'.:, NORTH MIAMI
llicill. \.\ I is. according to the
I 'Li i thereof, recorded in Plal
I :....!* 25, page 7. nf Ihe Public
Rei i nls ..I I 'mil- i 'niintj I"i..i i.i
Vnr ARE REQUIRED to m ..
copy nf your answer or oth. r pleading
nil Plaliillff A.....n. y, MAU'OI.M
II. I--Illi:i i.MAN. '__:: S.E. V rsl sir., t.
Miami :::'. b'lorlda, ami file the orig-
inal in the office of the ''I' rk of the
an .\ 'ourt, "ii or liefore he i>ih
day "i I '' mi., r. i'".'. in default of
which the complaint "ill l- taken aa
confessed a^.nnsi you for the relief
requested in L'lalntlff'a uomplalnt and
pleadings.
DATED this lsi day of November,
19(16.
E. It. LEATHERMAN
i l.ik of the Circuit Court
of Diidi' County, Florida
(Seal) By. K M I.V.MAN
Deputy Clerk
11/4-11-18-25
I i .nil., r, ID66, oth. rwlsi
lui. ri.nl- -si. ill I.,- entered <
27th das i.i October,
In
deetvi
against \>.u
Dated, till
1966.
li B. LEATHERMAN,
Clerk i.f t hi ('ircull i'.....t.
Dade <"> 11111 >. Klorida
lly C, P. COPEI.AND
I "eputy Clerk
______ ll i-M-i^-:''.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (JIVEN that
ih. undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the rlctitlous n......
"f TRABERT A HOEFFER OF
RF8IDE ai ins:, Harding Avenue,
lay nf December, 1966. If you fail
t.> .I., so, Judgment by default will
in- taken against \..u for the relief
'I. maud, d in the i 'omplaint.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami
Dade r......ty, Hlorida, tbla 2.1th duj
"I October, 1966.
B, B. LEATHERM \\
i'l. >k nf Circuit Court
i'a.i.- i'ounty <'..uri House
Miami. Florida
Bj : C. I', c. IPELAND
Deputy Clerk
^_________ 10/28 11/4-11-18
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 72594B
Surfslde, Florida intends to register '" ,:l': Estate nf
said num.- ith the Clerk ..f the Clr- BUtlENE uinri.in'E ll.\i:i:i:i.l.
ni i ourt .! I lade County, Florida
SURFSIDE .IEWEI.KV CENTER
INC.
B) : RI'TH rROHMAN
I 'I sl.l. Ill
ALBERT I. ROSEN
Attorney for Surfslde Jewelry
Center, Inc.
:ii" Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Pin.
n 1-11-18-2.-,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY 'MVEN Dial
the underaigni l .desiring to ngage
in business under the fictitious name
..f TRABERT A HOEFFER OF I.IN-1 the County Courthouse in Dude Conn-
idl.N road at 932 I.i......in Road, '> Klorida, within six calendar
Miami Beach, Florida Intends to reg-1 months from the time ..f the first
later -.ii'i name with the Clerk of publication hereof, or the same will
i: w. HARRELL
i '.. eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Persons
Having claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified ami re-
quired to presenl any claims ..mi .1, -
munda which y.....na\ have against
Hi. .stat. nf El'OENE WIIITI.i n K
IIAItREI.I, a k a E. W. HARRELL
deceased late .if Dade County, Flor-
ida, in ih.- County .imiu.s ..i' Dade
County, ami file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided in Section T: : I >:
Florida Statutes, in their offlci
i in- Circuit Courl of Dade Countv,
Klorida.
LINCOLN JEWELRY CENTER, INC.
Bj : ELIZABETH JACKOWITZ
President
U.BERT i: ROSEN
tttoi ii. y for Lincoln Jewelry
i lit. r, I !!-.
,..in Road
Miami Beach, Klorida
ll l-ll-l--l'-.
I... Ikiii-.,I
Bated ii Miami. Klorida, (his 25th
.I.i.v ..i 11, tobi r, \.l I. i:na;
II.DINE KAHANICA8
\s Adinliiisirati i\
lust piihll.-atl......i' this ii.-i un
Hi. 2Mb daj .a" Oi-toher,
HERALD SIIA BUM \ N

>l:l v i : i: .i m; Miami, Floi Ida
i" :'v 11 i-i i-i-.
NE. Mrs. Sally It., .Ml. nf :;::::
.- i ngion Ave s,.,-v j,., s |n Wllkes-
I'a. i:!.,si.r>...
'. Henry, 74. of mm w, -t
'.; ','^"'''' -;i- Riverside.
RCULIES, Anna, 7:', ,.f 1350 NE
iTAr \i ',i,."''1' -:' IUver".....
t>. Mrs. Roae, m, of 1500 Bas
pn V, '"'' :!":i Newman.
^w. Mrs Norma s., of 1620 Wosl
Jow', ntor Paul, IS, of I860
Vve., died (H-t. ::,. Services
J*iM. Mrs. Anna IC. 68, of lion
.-Javji (1"''l O'l It. Riverside,
ii' '"' s'"'-'ili- It, nf 1020 6th
I..i oc-t :',;. bfervlces in Brook-
K Iyer side.
i-tia. 79, ..f Mitf Ocean
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\'| ITICI: i. ii i.i; :i!Y i ;i\ EN thai
. t li. nn. ersigiicd. .1. slii.ig t.. .
in lllls lie., s Uliflcr :li. fictitious naip.
ol I', s RESIIIKNCE Si R\ I I
:U7 W. I 'a: I. r sll. il. Miami.
to rtgl num. ^ a thi t!li
of the i 'ii-cuil '..in i i i i.i.i. i 'in,ar..
Klorida.
JOSE ANTONIO PEREZ
MANTEL J la Hi:/.
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\'i i in i; Is n EREBY GIVEN that
n i. rslgn. -1 ring :.. ngugi
i lei it i-.iis n.i in.
of VNNE 'I'i: WEILS EMPLOYMENT
M ll \i'V .ii 1222 N.E. 163rd St.. N
Miami Hi h. KL ii'ii. Intends lo n ;-
ist, i- -.ii i ii mi. ... Iih thi i ierk nf the
1 i'.,.. t o i ....I. ('utility, Kloridn
ANNE THAI ICANTK
in L'S 11 l-M-ls
LEGAL NOTICE
IE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72C8* C
IX UK '
BENNY FH VNKEL, a k a
BEN ll: IlNKEL,
.....
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All 'i.,il..: an.I Ml Pelso I I.'
Inn Claims .t I ii inn mis Agalnsi s
^ i .i re her. i>* noi Ifled ami r-
quired to a sent any claims .tml (li
mn nd ^ bli 'i \ -.n mil v hs \ .main
Hi.- .sttiic ..t BENNY KRAXKEI
:. k a BEN I-TiANEEL. .1" i used la
"f Dad.. I '.....|t> |. I..i i.i.i. I,, Hi. I 'oil
ly Judges ol in.....'ounty, and fi
;li<- same in duplicate and as pi.
> ni. .1 in s.. ...ii 7 :; 16, III, In St..
iites, m t In a ..ii|c. m in Hi. '-.un'
Courthouse in Dnde C......ly, Florid
iiliin six tali ndar .......Ihs fi mn H
time ..f the first publication In r. i
or Ha mme will h. burred.
Dated a' Miami. Kloi-iila, Un- I:'
daj "i k-toli. r, AD. 1966
KKRDINAND KRAXKEI.
As Adllllnlsl nn..i
i-'iisi publli aii..n ..r tins ii..ii. .
Hi. 1'ist I.......ard .1. Kulish
Attorn. > for Admin strntor
1629 duPonl Bldg., Miami, Kla 33181
i" :i -L-. ni-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUP-
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 72466-B
In 111-:: Esluti i.i
i 'HAIH.ES illAlP a iWSK V
Deceased.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA;
I'o ALL PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE OF SAID Di:
CEDENT.
You are In i-eliy noi 'i. .1 thai a wrl
ten instrument purisu ting to in- ti
last ill ami icstnm<-nl nf said deci
I. nt has been udluittcd lo prohal.....
sold "ourt. You are In rebj.......mam
d within si\ culenilnr months ii.....
"i. date of the first publication ol
this notice in uppcar in said Courl
ami show cause, ii you can, ivhj tin
in tlon ..i' said i '..nn m atlmitting -a i
ill i.. probate si.....Id not stand u
revoked.
FRANK I: I IWLIN(;
i 'ounty Judge
Bj MELIIA C. DK'K
Clerk
l-'nst pulillcntioii .,i this null.....,
Ih" Ull 'lav ..I N'i.v. ml..f, I'nSK
SHAPIRO, I RIED AND U EH,
i:s..s.
Attorney!, for Executrix
l"7 I.in, ..In Road
Miami 11. ... h. Klorida 33139
____ 11 l-ll-IS-'.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT-
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 72625-B
In RE Esl Hi ..i
tll'H R. APKEI.RA1W1, also ki
:. R. Ai'l'i:i.l;.\i'.\i
Dec. used.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credlturs ami All Persoim
Having Claims m Demand* Against
said Estate:
v..a at. hereby notified ami r. -
quired I., pivsenl any i-lulina and
demunds which you may ha v. iiguiosi
the estute .a HIS It AI'FELBAL'ftl.
also known as ; R, APFELBAl'M
deceased lute nf Dade County, FI"
nla, tu ih.- County Judgi s of l.... .
'......'v. and IN-- tin si..... in dupl
cute ami as provided in Section
....:. 16, Hoi id,i Stutut. s. in their ol
ii''- in ih,. County Courthouse In
Dade i".......y. Florida, within .-,\
calendar months from the time ..f the
i.isi pnl.ll, ail.ni hereof, or the iuum
ill In- burred
Dated ul Miami. 1'ioilda, this 2Mb
'lay ul" i i. tu!.. i, AD. pi.;.;
I.CCII.l.E A. 1.1 l\ E.MAN
A. MAI'lIlll-: I.i ,\' K.MAX
As Executors
I'i'si publication ,,r this notlci
Hi.- Iih .lay ..i' Novemlx I' I mm
H MIRY S5CKKRNICK
Ai i..in. \ for Bxi cutors
ISO Lincoln ltd .Mi.,mi Bench
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IW|I IS
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU'T
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C1S31
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
\l \\'i i:i. BSPINO
Plaintiff,
L died Oct. 24. Itivirsl.l...
th' si t'"J;',n'."' 79' "' l*o<> >"v
*>'. died Oct. 25. Kiversldc.
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
'I'o ALL T< Win i.M THESE PREh
ENTS SHALL COME, tlREETINOS:
Whenns, JACK A. ABBOTT, Mi-
ami Beach, Klorida; SEYMOUR
SINOER, .Miami Beach Florida; PETRA BSPINO
ELSIE LAI'ER, Miami. Florida, 'lid Hefendnnl
mi the 22nd daj of October, A.I'. TO: PBTRA BSPINc)
1963 .aiis.. in l... Incorporated undui "'' Perrj Street
th.. laws nf th.. Stai.- ..f Plo li Mcwurk, Si w Jei i i
MIAMI BEACH RESERVATION YOU Mil-: HEREBY NOTIFIED
CENTER, INC, a corporation, with thai a Kill of Complain! for Divorce
it- principal plan, of business al has been filed agalnsi you ami you
Miami BEACH, DADE COUNTY, In I are required t.. file an Anwser or
ih.- State nf Florida, ami whereas Pleading "iih the Clerk "f this Court
such corporation did on ih.- 27th ami to serve a copy mi JACK I..
i.\ of October, A D. 1966, cause i" KINO, Attorney fm- Plaintiff, Suit,
i.. ill. .1 in th.. office of ih.- Heere- 213, IK." S.W i Street, Miami. Flor-
tary of State of the State of Klorida, Ida, mi or before th* '.'"'i .lay of
the documentary authority required November, 1966 -a a .l.-iaali shall be
under Section 608.27, Florida Statutes, entered again I you.
showlna Ihe dissolutl......( such THIS NOTICE shall I., pulillshiKl
corporation. ...... each week for four ronsco .
\..n. therefore, thi Secretary' "f weeks in Thi Jewish iloildlan
does herebj rertlf> lo Ihi fon ln'Ni: and i' I.-'''" i::' I m Miami
-going ami that h.- is satisfied thai I'a.i. County, Klorida, ihls 16th .lav
ih.- requlrementi of the law have : October,
bi un complied with
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I havi
hereunto s*4 my hand ami ita\.- af-
fixed ih.- (Ireal Real ..f Hi.. State m
Florida, at Tallahassee, the Capital
this the 27th day
li-Oli.
TOM ADAMS
s. oi alary of State
ll. 1 -11 -1s-LT.
f October, A.D. JACK D. KINO
1150 s.W i Street
.Miami Florida
873-1507
i: ll. i.i: \tiii:i:m v.\
(': ik of the i'h ,-uii Court
i i.i.i.- County. Klorida
By: k \i i.vman
I leput] i 'I, i k
1" -'^ 11, l-ll-IS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 72543 -C
in RE: Estate nf
EMMA ELIZABETH SCESS
I.....us. a
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'I"" \.;, i mid HI r.
Hn\ Inu '' nlios or 11, in.,i,,I. \
ii .
j : notified nn.l
I a ..ii. i iims
demiitiils li h ).....nay hav. ;.
:-.....i KMMA BLIZAB
si I sh .|., ,,s, ,| |ntp ,,, [)n,|,, .......,
' Urn Count) Judges i.f
''"'' ''" '",. -ni.I i'i.. th, |......
''' leal provided in s. ,-t ..,,
33.1II, I lorldll Statutes, III til
in Hi.' t ountj Courthouse in D li
i ounty, Klorida, within s \ i-alendai-
"!"' |l's :r,un th,. ii,,..........
n iblb in "ii In reof, .a ih.. same >. ,i,
In- l.ali',.1.
Dal.,I al Miami. Florida, lllls
.1. ;. .,i ictobcr, AD. 19611
HENRY \i ii: i'i in
As Administrator C T.A.
l-'llsl piihllcuiin..... tin- ,,..ii......j
the ;:ii day ..f November, I
HENRY NORTON
Ai i.i in j i ir \.ii ilnlstrntor C.T \
i i"'i Dis.-a- n. Building
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Not-Ji -K is HEREIN OIVEN that
he urnI. islgn. I, desiring to engug
in business under the flctl I
" PI Ni'lllNEI.I.Os ai I', II........
orlve, K. j Hi.-, ,ui, Dade, I lorlda
intemi ,,, register said name
"', '.:k "' '!'" Plrcull c.....
Dade County, Klorida.
ALl.ARI i w wi'iii i\ v
11: \N II. ANTHl in V
MORTIMER FRIED
Altorni V||rd u Ajtthon)
l,.in Antbon)
I
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBi OIVEN ih.
" .""I' -i-i" I. desiring i,, ,tas, ,.
I.usin. ss under ih. fictitious name ,.
al 8870 s.w. 84tl
Miami mi, mis lu ..^isi,.
said nam,. v. im the clerk ,.f the cii
emt Court of Da,I, County, norlda.
I.VAN ULSTER
10/14-21-28, 11. |


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