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

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THf JEWISH WfKLY
Volume 40 Number 1
Miami, Florida, Friday, January 6, 1967
Two Sections Price 2Za
Israel Won 9t Accept U.S. View of Raid-Eshkol
JERI SALEM (JTA) Prem-
v\ Fshkol declared here this
in a comment on United
deism of Israel's Nov. 13
Ionian that Israel would
United States views on
it those news clashed
Israel's \ital interests He
that generally the two
H1URN GIFT
I."Jlli Century
Manuscript
To Seminary
w
By Special Report
VI IRK A fifteenth cen-
i illuminated manuscript.
almost perfect state of pre*
has been liven to the
ih- Jewish Theological
oi America bj Baron
,1 de Rothschild, of the
i nth hrauch of this famous fam
\ Baron Rothschild made the
tation. at a conference In
tudy of Dr. Louis Pinkelstein,
arj chancellor.
manuscript carries on its
% leaf the assertion thai it was
written by the scribe Abraham Ye
la. of the Camarino district
Marka, and finished on the 24th
\dar. 5252 (corresponding to
.larch or April. 1492) in the vil
lage of Pirense (Florence) in Tus
cany It is a voluminous manu
script, comprising several hundred
folio Size pages, and containing
he litUTg) for the entire Jewish
,.,: followed by treatises on Jew
ish ritual, on astronomy, and on
'.he Jewish calendar.
Even the liturgical section is
far more complete than usual
in works of this kind, and in-
cludes many poems rarely found
in prayer books. The lettering
throughout the manuscript is
beautiful in itself, and almost
every page is embellished with
superbly executed initial letters
and marginal ornamentations. In
addition, many pagesprobably
more than a hundred contain
elaborate illustrations and il-
luminations of the text.
Baron Rothschild, in preparing
book, spoke of how moved he
sd be n bj accounts of the tragic
re which had ravaged the Bern
i i rary last April, and of
the heroic, and largely successful,
that ere taken to salvage
and restore the water-damaged
ks He mentioned, too. a favor
Governments had a good under
standing.
Addressing a gathering of 70
university professors, the Premier
said that the U S Government had
been angered by the raid but that
this was one of those things that
could not be helped. Since the
raid, he said, the tide of the secur-
ity situation had started to turn
for the better.
He remarked that King Hus-
sein was still reigning in Jordan,
that foreign Arab troops had
not entered Jordan and that in-
cursions into Israel by Arab
saboteurs had virtually ceased.
He hinted that the Soviets might
be credited for the suspension
of guerrilla raids from Syria.
The Premier also described ef
forts to improve relations with the
Soviet Union as bringing no fav-
orable response so far. He also
said he had tried very hard for a
new approach to Israel's defense
problems but that in his three
"ears as Premier he had found that
the correct course was that which
was followed in the prior 15 years.
Soon after the Premier's speech,
Israeli officials disclosed that -!
Continued on Page 9-A
Syria Reenters Israel;
Fires on Border Posts
U.S. Supreme Court Justice
Abe Fortas will be principal
speaker at the 19th annual
scholarship dinner of the
Hebrew Academy on Sun-
day niqht at the Deauville
Hotel. (See Page 2-A.)
TEL AVIV i.lTA) An Is-
raeli soldier was wounded Mon-
daj morning when Syrian troops
,.Lined Israeli territory in the
Kora/im area near Almagor north
of lake Tiberias and opened fire
on Israeli positions. The incidents,
the second shooting attack in two
days earned out by Syrians along
the Israeli border, followed a sim-
ilar attack on Israeli field work
ers yesterday at Haon settlement
near the southeastern shore of
Lake Tiberias
In the Korazim attack Monday
morning, the Syrian troops enter
ed l>raeh territory at about 10
a.m local time and began firing
on the Israelis with recoilless guns,
wounding one Israeli soldier. The
Israelis returned the fire and suh
sequently filed a complaint with
the Israel Syrian Mixed Armistice
Commission.
Israeli and Syrian positions
evhanged fire yesterday morn-
ing after the Syrians opened
machinegun and rifle fire on
three Israeli tractors ploughing
land near Haon settlement. The
Syrians continued firing as the
Israeli tractor drivers scurried
for shelter in the muddy fields.
Israeli units then opened fire
Continued on Page 8-A
'QUIETLY AND QUEASILY
Leading Historian Emphasizes Our
Nations Dual Hebraic Foundation
Continued on Page 9-A
NKW YORK (JTA) A lead
Ing American historian asserted
here this week that the two most
Significant elements in the eon
temporary American culture wen-
two Jewish value systems. He call-
ed on his fellow historians to dig
deep!) Into American history for
its Jewish component! to better
understand that culture.
Dr, Clifford K Shipton, director
of the American Antiquarian So
cietj In Worcester, Mass. said
those elements were the complex
of ancient Hebraic values and
those Of the Jewish immigrants to
the United States. I)r Shipton.
author of many multi volume Stud
leg of New England history, pre
miii m| a paper "An American
Looks at -American Jewish His
tdry" at a joint session of the
Hist annual meeting of the Amer
lean Historical Association with
the American Jewish Historical
society some H.ooo historians at
tended the meeting.
He said American historians
should assume the task of col-
lecting and studying, all avail-
able records of the presence
throughout American history of
Jews to understand the full im-
pact of Jews on the American
Continued on Page 5-A
IN SYNAGOGUE ADDRESS
Cushing Urges Soviet
To Erase Restrictions
BOSTON (JTAj Richard sponsored by the Jewish Commun-
Cardlnai cushing. Archbishop of ity Council of Boston in cooper.
Boston, has appea.ed to the Soviet UN with the Amencan Jew**
Union to permit Russian Jews to Conference on Soviet Jewry
practice their religious life with
out restrictions He emphasized
that Jewish religion and culture
are being suppressed in Russia
He spoke at a meeting in Tern
pie Ohabei Shalom in Brookline
U.S. Eases
Ration Ban
Against PL \
WASHINGTON iJTA)
Wa-hington Post reported thai the
United States Government has
tlj and queasilj relaxe i its
pressure on the United Nations to
cut off rations to refugees serving
in the Palestine Liberation Army.*'
whose siatcd amis are to destroy
Israel and overthrow Jordan's
King Hussein.
Behind the new American
tude. said the Post, is -a little
noted deal announced during the
fall by the UN Relief and Works
Agency which for 17 years has
cared for Palestinians who fled
their homes in what now Is Is
r.icl UNRWA'S chief. Iaurence
Michelmore, took notice then of
American complaints that his
agenc) was subsidizing the PLA.
These complaints figured in Cott-
greSS'S decision to cut tlie U.S.
contribution 5 percent in each of
the lasl two years down to
S22.200.000 in cash and commodi-
ties out of the 1987 INRWA
budgel "f S39.300.00ft
"In lifht of these differences."
said Michelmore. arrangements
C' -itinued on Pace 11-A
NEGOTIATIONS NOW UNDERWAY
Leaders Eye Kosygin Talk
LONDON (JTA) Negotia
tions were reported underway this (
week between the Board of Dep-j
uties of British Jews and other
Jewish organizations about the
composition of a delegation which
will seek to call on Soviet Premier
Kosygin during his pending visit
to London starting on Feb 6 A
leading member of the Board said
that a number of Jewish organiza-
tions seemed to be anxious to join
the delegation for public relations
purposes even though the Board
is I he accepted representative body
of British Jewry.
It was noted that the negoti-
ations had an air of unreality
because there has been no indi-
cation that the Soviet Premier
would be willing to meet with a
Jewish delegation to discuss the
problems of Soviet Jews. Prevl-
Centinued on Pag* eWa
He said that everyone was
deprived in some measure wher-
ever freedom is deprived in de-
claring that for two decades,
there has been a "slow and
steady erosion" of Jewish relig-
ious and cultural institutions in
Russia, a deliberate policy "aim-
ed at the death of the traditional
Jewish community."
He said that though Russia's
3.000.000 Jews had been struggling
against "overwhelming odds," Ju-
daism has not died in the Soviet
Union, that "faith and hope"
among Soviet Jews "have not
merely survived but have shown
increased vigor and enduring life."
He declared that young Russian
Jews, alienated from Judaism by
Continued on Page 2-A
CAftDINAt CUSHING
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Hige 2-A
+Je*isr iJcrid/tan
Friday, January 6, 1967
Acacl. Dinner Aids Scholarship Fund
JUSTICE FORTAS TO BE SPEAKER PAGE 6 A
SCHOOL BEGAN MODESTLY PAGE 7-A
ROSEN CHAIRS ANNUAL EVENT PAGE 7 A
Hi-brew Academy's 19th annual
scholarship dinner Sunday evening
at Ihe Peauvillo Hotel "is expected
to surpass all previous attendance
records estahli-hed in prior years."
Leonard Rosen, dinner chairman,
predicted this week
Mr and Mrs, Charles Kalb, who
have been active in civic, philan-
thropic and educational or.uaniza-
Lions lor many \eai>. and who are
among the Hebrew Academy's or-
iginal founders, will be guests of
honor at the annual affair. The
Kalbs are members of Temple
Ifenorah.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice
Abe Fortas will be special guest
of honor and principal speaker
at the annual event. Justice For-
tas will be presented with the
first "Academy Award" for his
"strong beliefs in the dignity of
the human being" and "for
championing the causes of many
minority groups."
The distinguished jurist will ar-
rive in Miami Sunday afternoon
and return to Washington Sunday
hi alter the dinner.
Hoson is being assisted in his
chAirman's duties by associate co-
chairmen. Ben I. Binder. Jack S.
Popick. Samuel Reinhard. Jacob |
Hifkin. .lack A Cantor. Joseph Co-1
hen and Oscar Schapiro.
Among those who will partici-
pate in the special evening's pro-
gjsun are Kabbis Sherwin Stauber. i
Young Israel; Mayer Abramowitr,
Temple Menorah; and Max Lip
SChitz, Beth Torah. and president
of the Rahhinical Association. Mi-
ami Mayor Robert King High and
Miami Beach Mayor Elliott Roose-
velt, who is also chairman of the
national honorary committee for
the dinner, will address the gain
eiing
Judy Rozencweig, a loth grader
at the Academy, will represent the
schools student body. The Hebrew
Academy choir, under the direc
tion of Mrs. Miriam Donnet. will
highlight the evening's fc"sr1vitic>
with a medley of specially-selected
and arranged Israeli and American
folk songs.
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Continued from Peg* 1-A
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turned again in impressive num-
bers to the spiritual origins of
their fathers
The Cardinal said that all that
was being asked of Soviet author
ities was that they only be faithful
to their boast that 'there is no
persecution of religion in their
land." He added that this could
hardly be considered "an extrava-
gant appeal, nor one that can be
cast aside by reasons of politics or
ideology. The Soviet state has be-
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small things; we urge them in the
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Friday January 6. 1967
Jen1st nrricfirtr
Page 3-A
JNF Golden Book Dedication Slated
MANNHEIMER FOREST INAUGURAL SEC. B
Dr irifj I-eluman, chairman
oi the foundation of the Jewish
National Fund of Greater Miami.
announced this week that Dr Mil-
ton An "-, national director of the
.!<. ish National Fund of America.
wiU h main speaker at the Me
Ami Golden Book Dedication on
Jan. lb at 6.30 p.m.. at the Fon-
taineMeau Hotel.
Dr Aron was spiritual leader
of the Shaarey Zedek Congrega-
tion of Winnipeg. Canada, for the
past if- yean, and national pres-
ident of the Jewish National Fund
<>i Canada for the last three years
Bor" in Trenton, N.J., Rabbi
Aron ; an eighth generation de-
scendant of the Gaon of Vilna.
He ob'ained his BA degree from
the University of Chicago, and
was oroained as rabbi at the He-
brew Theological College, Chi-
c.no During the Second World
War, ^-e served five years in the
U.S. A.r Force.
lie wai staff chaplain of the
IFirst Air Force, having supervisor)
respon: bility for chaplain.- of all
Idenom.'iations. including Protest
ant. Catholic, and Jewish. He was
I discharged with rank of lieutenant
Icolonel.
Alter the war. he established
the II::-1 Foundation at Wayne
University, Detroit, remaining
director until called to
Winnipeg. In the meantime, he
Canadian president of the Jewish
National Fund, he was for many
years national chairman of the
JNF Foundation. In some 23 visits
to Israel since 1950. Dr. Aron has
estahlished close relations with
leading governmental officials
there, and has organized and led
many pilgrimages to Israel.
An unusual program has been
arranged for the Jan. 18 evening.
At the Me Ami Golden Rook cere
monies, there will be a display of
the names of all persons who have
been inscribed in the book thus
far. Also inaugurated will be the
Golden Section. Silver Section. Me
Ami Golden Book Page, and single
Golden Book inscriptions
"The Me Ami Golden Book
will be in triplicate form," ex-
plained Dr. Lehrman. "The orig-
inal Me Ami Golden Book will
be placed in the archives of
Keren Kayemeth Leisrael's head-
quarters in Jerusalem. A second
replica will be placed in Me
Ami, Israel, and a third replica
will be placed in the Jewish
Museum at Temple Emanu-EI."
Newly-elected president of the
Jewish National Fund of Greater
Miami. Joseph Cohen, will be in-
stalled With him will be installed
Rabbi Mayer Anramouit/, chair-
man, executive board; Jacob Fish
man. vice president; Abraham
Grunhut. vice president. Sam
Schachno. financial secretary; Mrs.
Eva Blum, recording secretary,
Benjamin Appel. treasurer. Mrs.
Miriam Press, comptroller
Master of ceremonies will be
Judge Irving Cypen. Invocation
will be given by Rabbi Solomon
Sehiff.
DR. MILTON ARON
obtained his doctor "t divinitj de-
gree
While serving as rabbi <>i the
congregation, he also "as fur ten
years chancellor of Maimonides
College, an institution of higher
Jewish learning
Dr, Aron was for 14 years
Chairman of the Council of Rabbis
of Winnipeg lie chaired the
United Jewish Appeal in Western
Canada. He was on the national
executive of the Boy Scout Organ
ization and the Community Chest
Prior to becoming national
British Leaders Eye
Talks With Kosygin
Cc.tinued from Page 1-A
ous experience, it was pointed
out, s-ongly suggested he would
do nc such thing.
\ . I' emit Harold Wilson was ex-
d discuss the Middle Fa-t
Soviet Premier, among
les, and that he would
Mr Kosygin the British
a ban on shipments of
the region, as was indi-
Poreign Secretary George
n Parliament recently.
the source said, it was
tfill whether Mr Wilson
mid ring up the subject of
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Volume 40
Number I
Friday, January 6, 1967
24 Teveth 5727
As the Consequence Of
Our Dislike of Bigotry
Bayard Rustin, civil rights leva-
e: and executive d:rec:cr of the A.
I Jip Randolph Institute, is askin j
: .ericcn Jewry to do wh rr.av
irfm to be increasingly difficult un-
.r.s basic changes occur.
Rust:n. address;ng a "ancnal
--.feting of the Jewish Labor Ccrr.-
-,ee in New York, urged the
American Jewish communitv not to
: : its opposition to injustice -:.d its
;: rrimitment to social righteousness
despite the "deplorable cnti-
'.-. '.-ish sentiments increcs:::jly be-
tas voiced by Negroes.
In making his plec Mr. Rustin
crmpared the U.S. civil rights move-
ment and its goals with oui efforts
: eliminate anti-Semitism ". the
Soviet Union.
This was a good attempt at re-
EK.ablishing common Negro-Jewish
>unds that seem to be yrowing
eiarcer and scarcer, rut it was a
purely emotional attempt because
-/.ere is no basis :n fact foi COtn*
j orison.
In cmv case, Jews do not have to be re-
nt .nded of their ascendant role in the civil
r.rhts movement in the battle for Negro
-:;erties. Contrarily, it is the Negro who seems
to want, for some reason and quite precipitous-
.y to forget it.
Mr. Rustin is, of course, entirely correct
v. .-.en he reminds us that we should not desert
s.mply "because of the frustration expressed
by some Negroes." But he :s wrong that we
ere deserting, or abandoning.
What is happenina is that the American
Jewish community is growing increasingly un-
happy at having to go it alone and, of all
things, in the face of sudden and profound
expressions of Negro anti-Semitism. It is this
t.-.at must change before the disturbance sub-
sides. Negroes must understand that the Jew-
-:.i role in the battle for Negro civil rights has
not been as a consequence of any particular
Jewish affinity for the Negro, but simply that
'tws deplore bigotry regardless of race or
religion.
...
DTP*

Harry Simonhoff, a man who was known and
respected in this community throughout a life-
time of civic, philanthropic, cultural, and schol-
arly endeavor.
Memorials to Mr. Simonhoff
The late Harry Simonhoff is being memori-
alized with the most profound respect for the
man of scholarship and art he was.
The Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
has announced that the League's annual Flor-
ida board meeting on Jan. 15 at the Dupont
Plaza Hotel will be held in his honor.
Mr. Simonhoff was a principal leader in
t.-.e founding of the Florida ADL office.
The noted historian and novelist will also
be memorialized at Temple Israel with the
announcement this week of a Harry Simonhoff
Center for Advanced Jewish Studies to be
erected on property immediately adjacent to
t.-.e temple.
The new building is being planned as a
focal point of Jewish studir? for Jews and non-
Jews, with an extensive library of Judaica.
The Jan. 15 meeting of the Anti-Defamation
League, in addition to its reaular sessions on
r.uman relations problems, will this year fea-
ture the presentation of the Leonard L. Abess
Award to Sen. Harry Can: und the Metro Com-
munity Relations Board.
Both are unique memorials to the late
Hebrew Academy Dinner
Some 1,800 persons are expected at the
19th annual Hebrew Academy scholarship din-
ner this Sunday night at the Deauville Hotel.
Featured speaker will be United States Su-
preme Court Justice Abe Fortas.
As in the past, this Hebrew Academy func-
tion will prove interesting. Those who attend
should feel they are accomplishing several
things. Primarily, they will be giving assistance
to the school's scholarship fund, which helps a
substantial number of students toward either
full or partial payment of their tuition fees.
This means that guests at the dinner will
be helping one of the community's only all-day
Hebrew Schools featuring a complete Hebrew
and English studies program, as well as the
only Hebrew High School for both boys and
girls in this part of the country.
In a larger sense, as a consequence, they
will be aiving a boost of both substance and
spirit to the concept that the kind of education
available at the Hebrew Academy is the an-
swer for many parents and their children con-
cerned with Jewish survival and certain in their
conviction that the key to survival lies in total
Jewish awareness.
For the Academy and its students, such
awareness means cultural, language and his-
tory orientation in our ancient Jewish tradi-
tion all geared to mesh against a backdrop
of secular Enqlish studies and the principles
of Americanism.
But auests at the dinner will be accomplish-
ing more. They will be treated to the appear-
ance of the most recent President Johnson ap-
pointee to the highest court in the land. Known
for his social reticence and his scholarship.
Justice Fortas is in the noble tradition of the
professional of maximum accomplishment. A
profound Jewish student, public servant, and
lover of music, a man of art, history, the law
and current affairs. Justice Fortas should put
the proper finishing touch to what may prove
the most excitina Hebrew Academy annual
scholarship dinner yet.
uring the week
... as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
IT IS WRONG, as some of us
have, to react with surprise
and even anger to the things
Jchn S. Knight said in his ad
dress at the Israel Bond Bali
at the Fontainebleao Hotel
After all. it is the bond organ-
ization that solicited his par
t cipation. and the Jewish
community leaders who fitted
themselves out in their best
and. armed with their usual
misconceptions, came to the ball to do Mr Knight honor. The tragedy
is that they should now feel themselves betrayed, for it suggests that
they simplv did not know what they were doing.
The mad dash to exalt public tinures, and particularly non-Jewish
figures, for which the Jewish community has an incurable and insati-
able propensity, generally ends up innocuously enough. No one has
been harmed, except the Jewish mystique itself, which suffers -1
miserablv as a consequence of its leadership's brutal insensitivities
and need to bask in extra-Jewish splendor But to do honor to a man
of Mr Knight's position is to catch a lion by the tail when the motive
to honor is questionable It is no calculated risk where honest inten-
tions are involved.
For Mr. Knight is precisely what he has always been, a carefu.
and penetrating observer of the national and world scene, whose view
of things stands on the record one maj agree with him or iisagree
he will not be inclined to shift ideologically in order to accommodate
others fur the sake ot approval. This i- what constitutes integrit) .
any man. not that he will not change il he believes change baa becon
necessary, bul that he will refuse to change in order to please others
to pretend to change for personal advanta
SUBPHISt AND SHOCK A DISSEKVKt
B
iut IN ORDER to i to him, the i>:acl Bond
Ball planners redefined their view of Mr. Knight It was a subtle
shift in their minds, ore the) did not be ther to be extenaii
or demanding ot notice, and certainly worth doing in the light ot
the distinguished guest thev had succeeded in attracting. Hence. M:
Kr.icht was almost singular and unique in his honesty and integrity
at the ball. By contrast, his hosts should have squumed in the in
sincerity of their motive-
In his acceptance ot the Eleanor Roosevelt Israel Humanities
Award, which the local o: .anuation stiuek in his honor. Mr. Km
what was absolutel) predictable it should have been understoo
at the outset that he would rot emulate the planners make his opi:
- more rosy and splendid because, after all. they had gat he re I
to present him with medal His po I as a .ii^*: d news
rman and publisher automatical!) precluded that kind of thai
thinking in him.
Hence to express surprise and even shock i- u> do a dis
i Mi Knight It is to impart to him h purposes, :
it suggests thai lie w to modus his
opin ons in order to acco ite Iheir needs What lie said in hi-
I ..: ce c|iuekly disenchai m.
Unless one listened very carefully, it would be difficult to criti
Mi Knight. He u.i- ., gracious vho took the award to hi:-
usly, and the occasion equall) y, winch i.- co:r.i
enough, for the concept of Jewish debutante- i- chutzpah" in tin-
extreme, a sad suburban attempt at emulating Gentile society,
hence a violent attack upon the historic Jewish self In precisely thi-
lies the profound embarrassment of the annual Israel Bond event
One must be inured to o grim a challenge to the JewL-h self in order
to be a participant

PAINSTAKING HOMlWOfK IN PfUPARATION
kJR KNIGHT, of course, had no need to suffer trlese feelings. In his
" presence as miest of honor, he was ne:ther an imitator nor an
accommodator. Dutifully, he quoted liberally from his correspondence
and personal contact with Eleanor Roosevelt, the inspiration of the
award to him. In discussing Israel, he also quoted from works by
David Ben-Gurion. President Shazar, and even that chronic victim
of wrongdoing, Meyer Levini!). It is a tribute to him that Mr. Knight
showed a proper regard for the function and the award by the clear
amount of painstaking homework he had done in preparation
In obvious, if implied criticism ot Israels raid against Jordan
on Nov. 13. Mr. Knight declared that "she 'Mrs Roosevelt) believed
that only in the very la-t. distateful extremity may violence be
countenanced as a fins,! arbiter between nations. And I suspect she
would have agreed that strength is not proven by retaliation but
by the moral lightness of a cause to which the free world can sub-
scribe."
In a seemingly objective and dispassionate view of the Middle
Hast at large, he noted: It is an irony of history, as it is a folly of
man. that the two worlds of the Middle East stand apart and talk only
of the other's extinction."
It is principally by these two observations that so many guests
at the ball were troubled, surprised and even angered. By contrast.
in his repeated reference to the former First lady. Mr. Knight used
Mrs. Roosevelt as a euphemism for Israel. For repeatedly, he saw
her, now in terms of Israel Bonds, as "an epilogue which she would
have wanted to fashion;" now in terms of the award wi-'h which he
was being presented, as proof that Mrs. Roosevelt's enthusiasms were
selective;" now in terms of Israel, herself, as "involved heavily
in Israeli independence," and as having "lived to see this tiny sliver
of a country absorb more than one-million immigrants with natural
resources so sparse that they were scarcely detectable."
?
TNf SINGULAK AND UNAUtHABll VTA-
IN BETWEEN TIMES, the damnation and the praise, there was ref-
erence to Viet Nam and Rhodesia; the league of Nations and the
United Nations; Mr Knight's modified Hoover-Truman view of the
Middle East, "where, one day. the fertile hinterland will feed the lit-
toral, and Israel will produce the industrial goods the Arab states need
in exchange for the food it can not produce yet in abundance;" and
that "mischievous tyrant, Gamal Abdel Nasser."
But the two principal criticisms were there, for all who really
heard him to see. And to which he linked "Eleanor Roosevelt (who)
might share the apprehension of some of the friends of Israel over
its proper posture before the judgment of historv."
In reply, what is there to say. after one has said a thousand times
over the years that Israels retaliations are forever criticized; while
the provocations are ne\er mentioned as indeed occurred at the
IN Following the Nov. 13 raid, to which Mr. Knight had obvious
reference What is there to say of his view of the Middle East, where
Continued on Pag* 13-A


Friday. January 6, 1967
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Page 5-A
Nation's Dual Hebraic Foundation
Continued from Pag* 1-A
contemporary culture. Ho Mid
"the two most significant fac-
tors in determine the character
of American culture today are
the Puritan version of the He-
braic contribution and that of
the modern Jewish immigrants."
The historian said that the day
c f 'professional prejudice" had
I Bssed and that there was there
iore no longer any reason to BSJj
it the history of the Jewish com
itj in the United States He
(old his follow historians that the
American settlers rejected.
in their political and social out
look, "the medieval acceptance of
evil inherent jn predestinarianism
and turned back to the Old Testa
ment for the belief that man can
and ought to effect his own salva
tion. *
"One of the most fascinating
problems of the history of Amor
ican society is the question of in
terrelation and comparison be-
tween the Puritan-Hebraic contri
bution and that of the Jewish im
migrants, between a culture in lit-
erary translation and the same
culture represented by living i-i
dividual', the Jewish newcomers,'*
Westview Country Club Plans in Gear
For Federation Day Scheduled Jan. 19
MOTH GROUP PICKS TKIO PAGt 8 A
iVestview Country Club is plan-
i ng for the upcoming Westview
I ederatlon Tay on Jan. 19. The
function, which has been held for
i he past four years on behalf of
the Combined Jewish Appeal, in-
cludes a golf tournament, cocktail
i arty, and stag dinner.
Co-chairmen of Westview Fed
i ration Day David P. Catsman.
Dr. Norman S. Jaffe and A. J.
Molasky have completed their
itcruitment of Westview leader
ship for the committees planning
the event.
Sidney Lefcourt and Ben Blum
have been appointed as co-chair-
men of the solicitation commit-
*ee. Jacob M. Arvey and Ernest
Janis will serve as co-chairmen
of the program committee.
Lawrence C. Porter and Mark
Matthews have accepted the co-
chairmenship of the tournament
committee. Dr. Richard Deutch
and Herbert Login are co-chair-
men of the cocktail party and
dinner committee.
Aaron Kravitz and William
Weintraub are cochairmen of the
l (tendance committee, and David
P Catsman and I)r Norman S
. sffe will serve as the follow up
committee.
The Westview Federation Day
ii-mmittee-at-large includes Harry
Barnett, Martin Blumenthal. My-
ron R Boraks, Col Dudley Brodie,
i "ins k Casaett, i-eo a. Chaikin,
Melvin Chasen, Max V. Cogen
.lines Cohen. Jack Gaines, Ed
ard (Jailer. Daniel (iilman. liar
old R Cranoff. Burt Haft. Aaron
Kanner, Sain w. Kiviat, Harry I?
Koi man
Also, Robert Levine, Maurice
I.evinson. Joseph M. Lipten. Sam
I.uby Jr. Ferd S. Meyer. Donald
Michnoff. Bruno Ifinari, Stanley
C. Myers. Max Orovitz. Dr. Har
old Rand. Seymour Rubin. Sidney
J Rudolph. Dr. I-ester A. Russin,
John N. Serbin. Joseph R Stein.
Stanley Tate. Bernard J. Wagner.
Sidney Wasserman. Abe Waxen
berg. Carl Weinkle. Leonard A
Wien and Lewis E. Zorn,
Also Leonard Abess. Simon H
Rloom. Ben Blumin. Michael
Bncht. Harry Chernin. Melvin J
Cohen. Robert S. Cooper. Jack L.
Daner. Edward L Denison. Arthur
J. England. George Goldberg.
Jaime Goldemberg. Nathan Gum-
enlck, Isidore Hecht. Samuel Hill-
man. Edward Land. Harold Land-
field. Sam C I.evenson. Gerald
lA'wis. Ben Markowitz. Max Mat/.
Leonard Miller. Ben Novack. E. A
Pallot, Clifford S. Perlman. Rob
ert Rautbord. Staniey Segal. Wm
P Singer. Arnold M. Straus. Ber
nard M. Wall. Sidney Wal/er.
Mitchell Wolf son
Cedars Auxiliary
Sets Jan. Meet
Women's Auxiliary of Cedar1; of
Lebanon Hospital will hold it
midwinter meeting on Jan. 17 at
the hospital auditorium. Mrs Dor
an Zinner is president, and Mrs
Ted Ix>tterman has been appointed
program chairman for the day
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Dr. Shipton declared. He suggested |
as the kind of question historians
should seek data on: 'To what ex!
tent did the cultural background
of a Brandeis or a Frankfurter
shape their contributions to a so- \
ciety which was earnestly trying
to make the most enlightened the \
world has ever seen."
He added that "the Jews who
have contributed so much to
American medicine and science
derive their intellectual energy,
their vocations, from their cultural
heritage." He declared that his-
torians need to know 'who the
immigrants were: not selected in-
dividuals among them but every
individual in at least selected com
munities" and their European
backgrounds
Dr. Shipton emphasized that
it was important to record the
recollections of the Jewish im-
migrant generation as indispens-
able source material. He pro-
posed the collection of biograph-
ical material to be recorded on
IBM cards, that geneological so-
cieties should be started to trace
the histories of American Jews,
and that synagogue records and
newspapers should be studied
carefully.
He urged the compilation of
every apparent Jewish name ap-
pearing in United States immigra-
tion records down to the 1900s.
Such names, he declared, would
provide keys to research in pub-
lic and synagogue records and
newspapers Such an element of
what he called the American ka
leidoscope" was of 'primary' inter
eat to historians of every nation"
because the American culture
"seems destined to become the
wave of the immediate future for
the entire world He said it was
"highly significant' that some of
the best writing in colonial his
tory "and particularly in the in-
tellectual aspects of Puritanism
has been done by the young Jew
ish historians "
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Friday. January 1 1967
AT HEBREW ACADEMY DINNER SUNDAY
Justice Fortas to be Speaker
Holiday Musical For Sisterhood
musical program was pUMtmlgd by
United States Supreme Court
Justice Abe Kortas will be the first
recipient of the Hebrew Academy's
Maimonides Award when he ad-;
dresses the 19th annual scholar-
ship award dinner of the Academy
00 Sunday night at the Deauville
Hotel.
In announcing his acceptance,
Justice Fortas declared that 'the
establishment of an award in the
name of this towering figure j
whose brilliance reaches us over
the centuries is. itself, an inspira-
tion. 1 wish that 1 were worthy
of an award in his name. Certainly.
1 am far from any pretense that 1
can even venture a Moreh Nebu-
chim A Guide to the Perplexed:
for 1 am. myself, one of the per
plexed who pray for guidance."
In his address Sunday night.
Justice Fortas is expected to
add that "Our lives have not
been like the single line of a
melodic theme. They have in-
stead reflected the rich and con-
trasting complexity of an orches-
tral composition.
"This i^ because we are Jews,
and because during the decades i>i
our life, our Jewish roots devel-
oped in soil which was inevitably
alien .
For my generation and those
that went before, the threat to
meaningful survival seemed real
and oppressive. For us, that is, for
most of us the national goal of
E pluribus unim' seemed to carry-
on its reverse side a qualification
which darkly hinted that Jews, as
well as Catholics and Negroes.
might be excluded from its pur-
gicw."
In Justice Fortas view, "the sit-'
uation that 1 have described has
materially changed during my life- j
time. The soil in which we grew
has become infinitely richer .
There are many factors which
have brought this about deep-
ening wisdom and understanding
of Jews and non-Jews in this mar-
velous nation: wise religious and
practical leadership; Mocess, ac
complishment and contributions of
diverse and important kinds; and.
i think, the self-respect and sell
dignity which the success and
character of the State Ol Israel
have brought to Jews and the re
sped and new understanding for
the quality of the Jew winch the
State Of Israel has commanded
from others
As Justice Fortas sees it,
"conditions have changed for
the Jews in America. We are no
longer the shocktroops in the
war for humanity and human
values. Another group has ad-
vanced to takt our place, and to
take the place of our Catholic
brothers who, in degree, also
experienced our discomforts and
tribulations. The shocktroops
are now the Negroes .
Justice Fortas is expected to tell
the Academy dinner that "The
Negroes and the poor like the
Jews and Catholics of yesteryear
represent national opportunity.
They are the new frontier .
"This. I am sure, is the Amer-
ican ideal: Not the melting pot in
which quality of the ingredients
is diluted or disintegrated, but
the union of diversities in
which each makes his maximum
contribution to the union, and the
union makes possible and affirm
atively seeks that contribution
from each of Its people, without
exception
Justice Fortas believes that
"It is, of course, a source of
great pride and gratification
that the Jewish community and
tho Jewish people are partici-
pants in this process:
More than tins, that thej re-
gard ild- as a special responsibil-
ity. It is. 1 think, remarkable and
inspiring that even m our years
of greatest torment, we have been
acutely aware ol our responsibil-
ities to others."
Minyonaires Synagogue Sister-
hood celebrated Chanuka with a
dinner on Dec. 11.
Mrs. Rose Ogrodnick, president,
introduced Max W. Temchin. mas
ter of ceremonies.
Candlelighting ceremony and
Cantor Louis Cohen, assisted by
Mrs, Louis Cohen and i^ rs. Max
\V. Temchin.
Chairman of the
Mrs Lillian Ciment.
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ment of Education, students at the course of religious studies con-
Academv are required to take a ducted in the Hebrew language
Semuel Reinhard
B. I. Binder
Lou'u Merwilier
Leonard Rosen Oscar /Member
[cademy Began Modestly
Hebrew Academy was est.th
i September, i!'47. in Mi
,, | .. h Us founders erected
id,. -ialized non-profit Institu
tjon to provide progressive, aca
,i lucation, combined with
intensi Hebrew and Torah tram
in
Stj rting w.;li a mere handful ol
students in limited facilities, the
Academy's educational
i goon attracted commun
n\ re i nae, and the school's en
: | grew larger each yeai
in i960, a modern educational
oditic was constructed on Pine
Tree and the school moved
- an( ; ited quartet i on
S i i ;ii h 6th St.
Today. 518 students attend the
new Hebrew Academy. The
school, fully accredited by the
Florida State Department of
Education, offers guidance for
the child from nursery school
through his teen years to col-
lege, including a complete pre-
school and senior high school
for boys, and the only high
school exclusively for girls, with
complete dormitory facilities, in
South Florida.
Staffed with a licensed faculty,
consisting <>f ">i teachers ami
specialists in music, art. physical
education and psychology, the
Vcadeim maintains high standards
Leonard Kosen To
Chair Scholarship
Dinner on Beach
in modern educational procedures
that have earned the plaudits of
the nations leading educators.
ihr Universitj of Miami Guid-
ance Center has conducted an edu-
cational survey ot the Hebrew
Academy, using the Stanford
Achievement Test
Students at the Academy v. ere
rated 17 grades or years above
the national standard
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin
eipal "f the Academy, believes that
"the Hebrew Academy's high rat-
ing is due to the excellence of the
teaching staff and the small num-
ber of students 111 each class."
In addition to the general stud
ies program, which conforms to
the curriculum prescribed by the
Dade County Hoard of Public In-
struction and the State Depart
d l;...... is chairman of
th annual scholatship din
ni-r the Hi 'new Academj scl
fo at the Deauville
II
tte chairmen are Ben I
I Jack S Popiek. Samuel
Ri hi rd and Jacob Rifkin
irmen are Jack A Can
i i ;>h ( ohen and I at Sha
i
Hi:"- cabinet Includes 11
VIamber, chairman, Jeron e Bien
enfeld, Max Deakter. Ix>uis De
j Moi i i> Dubler, Irving Fir-
tel, Maurice Goldring. Joseph Gon
shot, Milton halin. Jacob Kan!
man. George Kimmel, Harry Ros-
en, and Julius Rosemtein.
Miami Beach Mayor KHiot Rnos
:> chairman of a national
honorary committee which In
eludes NVolfie Cohen, Harry Gen
I Louis Mei v. itzer. Academy
president as co chaii men
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Friday. January 6. 1967
Syria Troops Fire on Israeli Border
Continued from Page 1-A
Ml the Syrian positions to pro-
vice cover for the field workers.
S'oradic firing lasted during the
t morning hours in the Haon
a.er yesterday after which the It-
ra s continued their field work
mpered. The ploughing is es-
al in view of the seasonal
>: which destroy unploughed
fi on the slopes of hills The
latest incidents were believed
1 to be a continuation of the
t policy on the part of Syria
i :r up trouble along the Israeli
1 er with repeated mine-laying
a- .' shooting InAMMitt,
Israel meanwhile Hied a com-
;'a nt at the United Nations with
Securitv Council over a new
which Israel called a resumption"
of raids.
The complaint was contained in
a letter submitted by Ambassador
Michael S. Comay. Israels perma-
nent representative, to the pres-
ident of the Security Council.
Comay asked that the letter be
circulated among Security Coun-
cil members but did not ask for a
meeting on the complaint. The
letter described the incidents as
"fresh instances of armed raids
into Israel territory for the pur-
po of laying land mines on road-
ways."
The letter said that, on Dec. 9.
two British Mark-2 type mines
were discovered and deactivated
on a track in the I^chish area
which had been planted within 48
hours before their discovery' not
far from the Jordan border. "From
leaflets found in the vicinity pi
each mine in Arabic and crude
Hebrew, it appeared that the El
Fatah organization claimed to be
responsible," the letter stated. El,
Fatah is an Arab commando group.
The letter said that the two In-
stances were reported to and in-
vestigated by the Israel-Jordan
Mixed Armistice Commission.
On Dec. 28, a similar mine was
found and deactivated on a track
parallel to the Syrian border,
i the letter reported, adding a
complaint was lodged with the
Commission. The letter said UN
military observers found foot-
prints of one person leading
from the site to the Syrian bor-
der. On Dec. 29 another Mark-2
mine was found on the same
track near the site of the first
mine. The letter stressed that
"this type of military anti-tank
mine is in regular use by the
Syrian armed forces. The same
type of mine was used in many
previous incidents reported to
the Council."
"Members of the Council are
familiar with the pattern of ter
rorist and sabotage raids into Is-
rael for the last two years and
there can be no doubt that the
danger to peace and security in
the area constituted by this typ<
of organized guerrilla activity
from neighboring states into Is
raeli territory." Ambassador Com
ay said in his letter. He stressed
that the Israeli Government "take,
a grave view of the resumption of
these raids."
Yivo Forum to Open Lecture Series Here
At Beth Sholom With Prof. Israel Knox
New Members At
Beth Jacob Tea
Beth Jacob Sisterhood honor"i
new members, sponsors and boa Ml
of directors at a tea laal week at
the home of Mrs. S. T. Swirsky.
Cantor Maurice Mamches led a
songfest in Hebrew. Jewish Rltd
English
Sisterhood president is Mrs F
ther Hillman
i?:h Israel Congregation receives Charter of Honor Award
rrm the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America
:he Union's convention in Washington, D.C. Accepting the
; ard on behalf of the congregation (left to right) are Rabbi
r-i.-el Wein, spiritual leader of the congregation; Martin Genet,
:norary trustee; and Moses J. Grundwerq, president. Harold
:er. vice president of the Union, is shown presenting the
ard.
Yivo Forum, sponsored by the
Greater Miami Yivo Committee,
will open its 18th season Saturday
night. Jan. 14 at Temple Beth
Sholom.
As in past years, the series will
be a weekly feature For the first
time. Beth Sholom will be the site
of the complete lecture program.
Opening the season will be Prof
Israel Knox. of the Department of
Philosophy at New York Univer-
sity. The noted author, scholar
and lecturer was educated at the
City College of New York and
Columbia University, where he re-
ceived the PhD degree.
He is the author, among other
works, of "Rabbi in America
The Story of Isaac Mayer Wise."
An expert on the aesthetic theo-
ries of Kant, Hegel and Scho-
penhauer, he is also a contribu-
tor to Commentury, Reconstruc-
tionist, and other periodicals.
His Jan 14 lecture here will he
on "The Essential Elements of the
Philosophy of Jewish Life"
Subsequent speakers will be Dr.
Nathan Suskind. professor of Jew
ish literature at the City College of
New York. Jan 21: I Silberberg,
educator and author, Jan 28; Pi
Shlomo Bikl, journalist and critic,
Fob 4. Israel Emiot, poel and
teacher. Feb. 11; Dr Bikel, in a
return engagement, Feb 18 and
19; Dr Gershon Weiner, authorit)
on Maimonides, Feb 25; Dr lbs
chel Klepfisz. historian and schol
ar. Mar 4; J Yudel Mark, philolo-
gist and editor of the Great Yid
dish Dictionary. Mar 11; and
Chaim Grade, novelist and poet.
Mar 18
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+Je*istrk)jri(fian
Page9-A
1
15lh Century
Manuscript
To Seminary
Continued from Page 1-A
- familv by the Sem-
In 1950, a Gorman book dealer
n't. >r. .\iexanaer Marx,
, ian at the Seminary.
ind very valuable fif
teenth century Italian manuscript.
I sent four photographs of il-
pagM and then, on re-
quest, :*( manuscript itself, on
;;r | allied that the volume
I id be* consigned to him by a
formei i t.mber of the Germany
Marx recognized the
manuscript from a description he
had re) i it. and unhesitatingly
t< a back issue of the "Re-
i. vv.ide Juives," where he
2 page description of the
manusci pt, and confirmation of
I. sus| ieion that the volume came
Rothschild family collec
Israel Won't Accept U.S.
View of Raid on Jordan
Page from the Rothschild manuscript presented to the library
of the Jewish Theological Seminary of America bv Baron
Edmond de Rothschild, of the French branch of the Rothschild
family shows the beginning of the section of S'lichot (peni-
tential prayers) in the 15th century volume.
president of the Society, presented The first member of the Society
to the Baron the scarlet hood of Fellows was Earl Warren,
which is the symbol Of member Chief Justice of the United States,
ship in this group. who was installed in May. 1966
Cont'nued from Page 1-A
one but two mines were planted
by Arab saboteurs near the Syrian
border in a 48-hour period, sug-
gesting that the Syrians planned
to renew sabotage activities after
two weeks of relative border calm.
An Israeli patrol reported that it
had found and dismantled a mine
of the type used by the Syrian
army. i
Th mine had been laid on
the patrol's route in the Dan
area less than a mile from the
Syrian border. The second mine
was found after United Nations
observers completed n investi-
gation of the first one. foot-
prints of a single infiltrator
were found at the scene of the
second mine laying near the
Syrian border.
Israeli officials also reported
that Syrian shepherds were again
grazing their flocks in the Israeli
demilitarized zone along the bor-
der. The shepherds are being giv-
en protective cover by Syrian gun-
ners.. Infiltration of this kind took
place a couple of months ago but
was ended after Israel took coun-
ter measures. Israeli officials have
notified United Nations observers
about the return of the shepherds.
'Back to School*
At Beth Am
Temple Beth Am will sponsor
a "Back to School" evening for
parents of the children in the re-
ligious school on Monday. Jan 16,
at 7:30 p.m
Mrs. Harry Ross, principal, and
faculty will be on hand to welcome
parents Rabbi Herbert M. Baum
sard will address the gathering
t after individual meetings with
' teachers.
Beth Am has a religious school
enrollment of 1.100 students
An (i change of letters, and
finally personal trip to Lon-
don bv Dr. Marx, restored the
"Mnt>c ot to its rightful owner,
who subsequently bequeathed it
to th National Library of Is-
rael. The present volume, simi-
lar in content and design, can
be recje'ded in part as a "thank
>ou" frcm the Rothschild fam-
ily for the Seminary's help in
identifying and returning to
them a treasured item from their
collections.
Following the presentation in
Dr r: l-tein's office. Baron
I: ithscfa was guest of honor at
i small Seminar) dinner at the
home c) Mr and Mrs George P
Mack / the dinner, the Baron
was installed as a member of the
Seminar} Society of Fellows
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Friday, January 6, 1967
IN HARRY SIMONHOFF'S OWN WORDS
came in qnd files were built up
on agitators, demagogues, and
Florida ADL Roots Trace to Early '40's
\ man who is initially credited
v ih having founded the Florida
ri ;ional office of the AntiDefam-
anort League of B'nai Brith will
l memorialized at the annual
rettag of the League on .Ian 15
at the Dupont Plaza Hotel
Noted Historian
l is the late Ham- Simonhoff.
v. o died here last Od 4.
A noted historian, world-trav-
er, and prolific author, whose
. olumes included works on the
Jew in American history, as well
cs two novels, one to be pub-
I shed posthumously, Mr. Simon-
hoff originally began writing
. ith the weekly appearance of
ris "I'll Say" column in The
. ewish Floridian.
1'he column was subsequently
> idicated ami published m num-
< ous English language Jewish
i wspapers across the nation
HARRY SmONHOff
An attorney. Mr Simonhoff
came to .Miami in 1926. having
previously spent his entire \ouili
in Charleston. B.C. A maduate of
Hai\ard Law Schooi. ,ie practiced
law in ( harlestnn and sened in
the South Carolina State 1-euisla
ture. He was also a uraduate of
the College of Charleston and the
University of South Carolina.
First Volumes
Recalling the stressful times that
led to the establishment of the
Anti-Defamation League here. Mr.
Simonhoff in his first published
volume. 'Under Strange Skies."
which included many of his col
umns original); appearing in The
Jewish Floridian. noted that i! was
an era when swastikas were chalk
ed on synagogue walls in a small
Greater Miami Jewish communit>
a community yet to feel the sud-
den burgeoning of it- power- by
the influx of a post war population
LEADER SHUNS THE LIMELIGHT
Man Behind the Abess Award
Former r s s<>n Harry I* Cain
\ II receive the Leoi aid I Mm
rd in Human Relations anna-
given by the Florida regional
of the Anti-Defamation
j -ague oi B'nai Brith
Presentation v. ill be at a lunch
n sc-sion of tin 1 eague a annual
i eeting Jan. IS at the Dupont
I aza Hotel
Sen Cain will receive 'lie award
intlj with the Metro Community
tions li"
The man behind the coveted
a aid is himself one who modestly
- uns the community's grateful
a plause
His credo might well be said
a be that those who are fortu-
nate enough to help others,
should do so, but privately and
.vithout fanfare. And that's the
I surse Leonard L. Abess has
: nosen for himself.
Abe--. rly chairman of
c Aid.- Florida board since
~ii served a- its chairman from
48 until 1 <).-)! Hi- communal
i ha- not been con-
: ed roup ielationa alone
\ i hain i in of the old Miami
I .ii :n l\ I he-1 m I!t50.
! phi nthropic involvements
en I,mi in leadership roles
i tiu- Dade Count) Community
( ie-t which honored him in
and of which he wa- pie-i
i ni in 1950. He currently serves
:.- president of Mt Sinai Hospital,
LtONARD I. ABESS
and ha-- been an officer of the
Miami Opera Guild, the Dade
Count; r Clinic, the Orange
Bowl Committee, the fund-ral
campaign of the University of
Miami, and various other civic
causes
In 1955. alon.; with Baron de
i in-eh Meyer, Abess donated to
the Community Chest its Com-
munity chest Building.
Abe-- chairman of the board
of .North Shore Bank of Miami
Beach, and president of the ln-
dustnal National Bank, is also a
past president of Hie Florida
v, mntancj. n
which he i- -till highlj inten
While Hi..... a i-. hon-
or-. ..nd involvement find
mention in Abes
Hie basis on W hich the !.< <>:
,.ii I \bess \.'.
sented are very public and, 11
times, dramatic.
The awards began with recog-
nition of the importance of anti-
mask legislation against the Ku
Klux Klan, for which Mayor D.
Lee Powell was honored as first
recipient.
Since then, the Abe-- Award.
consisting Of a plaque and $1,000
for research in the field of Inter-
group ielation-, has been present
ed to former Florida Go*, l.cltoy
( ollins. Miami News Kditor Wil
liam C Baggs, the late Miami May-
or Ahe AronovitX, Dr H Franklin
Williams, vice president of th"
University Of Miami. Cody Fowler.
pa t president of the Ametnan
Bar Association, Miami Mayor Hob
ert King High. Hi" Henry Ku
Stanford, president ol the Univer
sity of Miami. Conn. Claude Pep
per, the St Petersburg Time-, and
Joseph L. Brechner, of Orlando,
president of WFTV-TV
It was 1939-40. Eovope was
wrackod by World War II. Amer-
ica held Its breath and waited.
William Dudley Pelley's Silver
Shirt Legion was gaininq mem-
bers throughout the natron
and in Miami. W. G. Blanchard
Jr., whose father had gained
notoriety as an oil prospector,
began publishing a NaiMnspired
magaiine called "Race and Na-
tion," somewhere near Orlando.
Soon we heard of a demagogue
public -ehool auditoriums
to spread the Roosevelt hate and
anti Semitic virus Abe Ainncnit/
and I lodged a complaint with the
school hoard The trustees knew
nothing about the >|M'aker nor the
venom he spewed Promptly Ihey
Closed all BCho '. facilities to hate
peddlers. That evening he left
town Later we learned that he
wa- the notorious Gerald Winrod,
of Kansas, one of the worst iso-
lationists, pro Hitler anti Semites
m the United States,
J. Louis Shochet
For -"\ era! < ears, a group had
.,--!:med (he counteri
the i anti Semitism in
r .1 Vpte,
Aronov it;. .i
- Ben
' lor Coh(
5 h ipiro
Ih I i
i I
nai l'i nil
>uis SI i chel
r and i 1 he Jew ish
Kin."
Mr. Sit? who wa- to SUC
i d (he la'e Mr Shochet w hen
he bitter passed away in the prime
I his life, with Miami Beach at
' "iiev Burnett Both a- \iee chair
man. recalls:
"The ailtl-SemMiC wave seemed
to be gathering momentum Inci
(lent- of more >': less anti-Semitism
were on the increase We. 'here
fore, decided to establish an AMI.
office in the Congress Bui
and Mrs DOTOth) Krieucr Fink was
named executive director
"Our next step was to gather
a fund for office and general
expenses. The move proved a
happy inspiration. Information,
important as well as trivial.
suspects in the lunatic fringe.
People felt a measure of relief,
unburdening themselves of un-
pleasant experiences The
office had a calming effect upon
the community."
In addition to his early activities
with trie Antl'Dcfamalion l.e'riuue.
Mr. Simonhoff was founder of
Sholem l-od.nc of B'nai Brith and
a member of Temple Israel. He
vi-ited some 36 countries during
Ins lifetime.
Philanthropic Leader
He was also a leader in the
Greater Miami .lewish Federation
and Joint Distribution Committee,
;,s well a- active in the Bureau of
.lewish Fducution here
He wa- a trustee of Mount Sinai
Hospital, one oi the organizers of
the Miami 7.ioni-t District, and was
in the procoss of bringing out his
second novel. Ami Abra .lour
neved," at the time of h death
Another novel. "The < hosen
One." appeared in l!M>4. and was
subsequently serialized in Yiddish
translation in 'he Day-Journal He
w.i- also the author of such his
toiieal works a- "Jewish Partici-
pants in the ('". il War." which ap
peared In 1983, Jewish Notables
i America itth 1885." and
0l \ neriean Jewn 1865 1914
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U.S. Eases Ration Ban Against Terrorists
Continued from Pago 1-A
have been made for special add-
ed donations to the amount of
$150,000 which meets the total
cost of any rations consumed by
the young men (PLA soldiers) in
question. Contributors to UN
RWA may thus be assured that
their contributions will not be
used to furnish assistance to
refugees receiving military train-
ing" by the PLA. he said.
The 'special added donations"
were said to come from Syria
Egypt. Lebanon and Jordan. Th
U.S. Government confned its offi
c;al reaction to a statement that
"we believe the General Assembly
should not give the impression that
it condones or regards with indif-
ference the involvement of a UN
agency with an organization (Pi.A)
which avows such purposes" Ho at-
tack Israel by armed force).
The Washington Post said that
"privately, American officials ac-
knowledge that the added dona-
tions in effect formalize UN relief
to the PLA. The difficulty, they
say, is that I'NRWA is a pauper-
ized UN stepchild which lacks the
political clout to prevent the host
Arab countries, or the Palestinians
Ho jHmin'stnr th" rptinns or the
refugees themselves, from di\ci-
ting rations to the PLA." The Po-t
estimated that 12.000 PLA troo: -
arc in the Gaza Strip and others i\
Syria.
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AGuDATH ISRAEL 7801 Carlyle Ave.
-Orthodox Rabbi lease Ever
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AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
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Cantor Morris Barr.

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CANDLEUGHTING TIME
24 Teveth 5:25 p.m.

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ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Emarmel Kushlwitz.
president. Cantor Sol Pakowitz.
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ETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
servative. Rabb' Sol Landau. Cantor i
William W. Lioson.
PYldaj ob.ith |
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BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Ortho-
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ETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave
Orthodox Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
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ETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
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Lord la Known." 5 pin "Filth and
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Rabbi David Rosenteld. Cantor Sey-
mour Hinkea.
i ij 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "We Can
1

This page it predated in co-
operation utth trie Greater Mi-
ami Rabbinical Association.
Coordinator of feature* ap-
pearing here is
DR MAX LIPSCHITZ
spiritual leader o/ Beth Torah
Congregation oj North Miam.
Beach.
Prove the Rxlat net : Ood." Sinter-
hood will host the Oneg ShaMal Bat-
rdaj S i". ;i in Sermon Portion oi
the W is "
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3ETH SOLOMON. 50 NW 5Ht PI
Conservative. Rabbi Aharon M. Feier.
l-'r !.i n mi S 1.'. p.m
Jewi li r
-I.. ..( R< i hi.
Shal bat M i -
...... 11 !
Si r -
non I in i : rt"i

.cth TFILAM 035 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. RacKOvsky
-
lETH TORAH 164th St and NE 11t'
Ave. Conservative Rabbi Max Lip
sch'tz. Cantor Jacob Rrnzer.
and :15 p.n v.-
I .,!' ., h Sat irdaj B:30 a.m
lai Mitsval .. ) aon ol Mr i n I
I Vale Bin ler. Eui son ol Mr
n.I Mi- I." i- Wltl

VNAi RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter
Cantor Jack Lerner.
Pridaj I IS p.m Quest: H>man J.
/. on leade Topl< J wish
Sun Ival in Amel i' :i
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CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
OF MIAMI. 1242 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Dov Rozencweig.
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rT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801
S. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabb1
Richard M. Leviton. Cantor Jeromt
Klement.
FT. LAUDERDALE JEWISH CEN-
TER. 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd
Rabbi Philip Chaiton. Cantor Theo-
dore Mindich.
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
126 E. Hailandale Beach Blvd. Rev.
Paul Deutsch.
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HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pinetree
Or. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross.
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson St. Conservative. Rabb'
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
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.SRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 2Sth
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L-
Drazin. Cantor William B. Nuasen.
sen.
i'ihI.in 5 !' and y i"' p.m Rabbi Prat.-
HEBREW LESSON
to tea pn-n^a vnnnl 'I?*1? *N*3
i T._. :T ... T
tic .Vnan lion nx ija1? 3s
.'-nrn itstan ^ n^*> ^9 Tn
Vrnrn ntt-imtn otti" l1aW1T* n? "TO ns-n
"nia rann1? -s-:'-- arrr'n
bv nrratoxai "Brown
T
- I .T TT-
3x:-p in n-y -irva O'Vysn
nrpux-n ^>2 r~ -y~^ yvst
npTro-rn-nQ^D-TiDon-xs
IT:- T." TT.--T
^Kiftr^ win nilinK1?
CB^nntf mrcrxin nlnesrian
my mas it-ii n.xxim)
(r*Tvr ttaeyff pisi r-jri t-
The Marranos Return Home
Tb naw D'uinn o^iyn
: : t v t-: t
.o^-n D'^iy rn x*? tnbv
: t t : \
'xriTD "D-pnx- ^3 n*?x rn
iD^nnc? .np^rQ-ni-nQ'pD
.ds-ix^ mij?n Dm1? -liin1?
T I I 'i- tt: -:-
1CX3 ,15'n nXQH rjiD3
,:..i::.T T. ..
nin' ^p^x ^ ,n,l?inj?ri
n3y x*?v *?:iDni9i tidc
II T : t :
n1x"iK9 vti'ra Misft
ix) "D'j^xn- pn .r\b\
Ian .nxw (-ou2na-n
The official of the Absorption
Department at the Haifa Port
raised his eyes in astonishment.
The new immigrants passing by
his desk were not ordinary inVmi
they behaved like all observant
Catholics, and only clandestinely
a father transmitted the great sec-
ret to his son the secret of
Jewish origin.
During the last years. Shelihim
grants. They were descendants of 'emissar.es) from Israe began to
Marranos from the Island of Talma j^51 themselves in the fate of
de Majorca who had deeded to I ft."?"!' ?* & I*lflity d
return to their original religion
and their country.
At the end of the fifteenth cen-
their immigration' to Israel. One
of the most active Shrlihim was
Dr. Ben Ze'ev. who compiled a list
of all the Marranos on the Spanish
tun.-, when the Catholic Inquisition j Island of Palma de Majorca and
raged, thousands of Jews were j persuaded some of them to come
compelled to accept the Christian to Israel.
religion. The Jews of Spain and
Portugal who did not become
Christians were expelled from
these countries. Only the Marranos
(Ha'anusim) remained. Outwardly,
A short time ago. the first fam-
ilies arrived in Israel and settled
in Ness Tziona and Ashdod.
ii will officiate it installation >>' new
vffici i-k. S.ili:nl.i> ". I". a.m. >- rmnii
-Pattloll "f !h. U I. BaT Mitzvali
i..s. h. aon .'f Mr an.i .Mrs Ted
Stark.
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JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
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(NESETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif.
FYlda> i j' in Baturda) B:S0 > in Bar-
ii'.n: "The Bhortcomlnaa "f Moaeo
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.UBAVITCHER M NYAN. 800 Wash
ington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abra
ham Korf. Cantor Ernest Field.
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MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Modern traditional. Max
M. Temch.n. president. Cantor Louis
Cohen.
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JHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr.
Ortnojox. Haubi Ph.neas Webei
man.
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oEPMARDiC Jfc-W Sm CENTER. 64b
_oi ins ve. Hev. Cantor Saai Nah
miaa.
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oKY LAKE SiNAGOGUE 18151 Nt
lth .e. Jrtn^oox. RaOoi Jonai
r'r daj i and B:l'i p m
n Man s I magi Hota. All
: ..: i ntrinan Sa. \
.. i..n.. .-.iiii.-t. 'i 1 1 aaamastei i.-
the Sutve
EMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con
aeivative. 1025 NE 1*3rd St., Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Milton Schlmsky.
vjniir Ma'ur.c* Neu.
*.\ii p.m. clermon: "The k* -
.uin ci r-v. r Saiurda) y <"
-uiiii'li.t an.i .ubh. a .< p.iii.
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TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 S. Kendall
Jr., So. Miami. hetorm. Raoo.
Herbert Baumgjrd. Cantor Micnaei
Kyrr.
F..i.i\ SO j. in Pamll) aer\'lce. Chll-
ii>ii eurutiaaj jamiao blrthda>a
vhi i>. uu.-mii Stuurua) ii 1.. p.m.
...ii aaitzivaa: Ja>. aon of aft*, and
afri Albert !--%. n-. L ..i.- Abdie) Finn.
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TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOO. 1301 S. 14th Ave. Reform
Raooi Samuel Jaffa.
tilday >..."' [..in. Sermon; '*AJiierica>n
juoauatn ai nt- ivaaiivada. batur-
daj ii m ii U;n Mltavan: ihomoa B.,
eun ... .vir an.i An.-. ... I,...us,, .ii
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL. 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Cantor
Saul H. Brceh.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly
wood. 172a Monroe at. Lonserv..i v -
Hauui Morion Maiavsky. L^ntur Er-
nest Steiner.
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TEMPLE BETH S.HOLOM. 4144 Chas.
Ave. Liberal. Habbi Leon Krunian
Lantor David Conviaer.
F. Ida) 5 ] m Rabbi i >anl< l l-'i in -
/.. .. aaaietani rabbi, i" dlacuaa
Ii.kIi .'ii the I'm- "i Sine Lirow
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TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8tn
St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
F:ii..\ 8:16 p.m. Rabbi April will In-
Mail ofiicera ..f the Senioi uruup
batui la) ii. B< n on: "Fort i
the w
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TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM, 16800 N v\
22nd Ave. Conservative. Cantoi
Abraham Reiseman.
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TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman. Cantor 4vi Aoier.
Prlda) and 10 p.m Sermi n
"What Do Vuu Predict (or .
Saturday I am Bermon: \\
Portion of the Bible Bai Mltivah
Kenneth, .-"ii of 1 >r and ain
A'elnKle; Uavid, nun ul Mr. and *l
Saiiim-I i ioklbf ig.
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Heiorni. Haoo>
joicph R. Narot.
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TEMPLE ISKAfcL OF MIRAMAR
3500 SW 69th Way. Conservative.
Rabbi Irwin Cutler.
Prlda) B:15 p.m. Bermon: Big Prin
Offered for Soul."
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 5500 Granada Blvd.
Liberal-Reform. Raooi moi i is imi>
^per.
Family Bervlce Prida) I p.m T<
era tn be honored include airs nersi
Honor, kindergarten: asm Jane bar-
row, iii>i tram-. Miaa Marsha
berg, fifth grade Junior cnoii unuer
die direction "i lira. Praniuin K
at iii join the regular choii 11
trteia Linaky will bi.-m- canulea Mat!
'.....unaii ui t-ii.nit Kidduah
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TEMPLE MENOHAH. 62U 73th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Aoram-
owita. Cantor Nico Feldman.
Prida) 8:lt p.m Sermon: "Prlend In
Deed Saturday ; m Uai mtsvah:
Ucrnard, nun Of Mr ,,n,| Mr*, Abia-
ham Wt-inbai-h Barmen vVVekl)
Portion "
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TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. ana
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. can-
tor Edward Klem.
Prida > SI.', p m. Sir. and Mrs Kara
PinegoM i" ceiebrmte their 5uth wed-
ding anniveraar) and teadei the Uneg
.sbabbat (oHowlng th. aervlce
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TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conaervativa
8755 SW 16th St., Miami. Rabbi
Ralph Gllimm. Cantor Herman
Marchbein.
Prlday 715 p.m Family Service. Sat-
urday 8:4."i a.m.
TEMPLE SHULOM. 132 SW 11th Ave..
Poenpano Beach. Conservative. Rab-
bi Morria A. Skop. Cantor Leon
Segal.
Prlday It p.m. Sermon: "An even-
ing with Oieim Jew*," a eeriea t.-.ri -
me with Jewa in real and mj
lan.b- Saturila ,, s. rnu.n
'Torah Talk."
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Manus Ranaon. Cantor Chet Gale.
Prida) 8:16 p.m. at Washington Fed-
eral Audltonurn, ti'.':i ME 167th Bt.
i tsvah: Hwith. r. daughtei of
\ii and Mrs Ita.-ui Hlv< r
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 E.
4ttt Ave., Hiaieah. Conservative
Rabbi Maurice Kletn.
Prlday B:lfi pin Bermon Deetln)
and Choice." SUturda) I am
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TEMPLE 2AMORA. 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell *er
ger. Cantor Ben Dickaon.
Prida) B:li p.m. Ifembere of board
to participate in tervlct Prealdenl
Vlnslee K Per-lb to discuss: "Tin
Ikmbie standard" EAturday 1:48 a.m
*
TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd. Con
aervatlve. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 5O0 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Werniek.
8:13 i -i Bermon: "With Oai
Youth an I I Mi ( W"i I'roari
\. w j e.ect< i offlcert to ie Installer]
tli Oneg Shall..: fullnl -. : Situ
da) ,i a m. Sermon: ''RavtVm if the
Week."
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 980- NE 171et St. Orthodox
Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. Cantci
Pincus Aloof.
I rlda) 5:15 p.m Baturda IS m
Sermon "Portion of thi \ afln
Ma p in
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
1542-44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Naf-
tah Porush.
THI RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PUtPIT
Believing in God
Even if We Fail
To Understand
By RABBI JONAH E. CAPLAN
Sky Lake Synagogue
In this week's Portion of the
Torah. the dialogue between (Jod
and Moses continues.
You will recall that in the con-
| eluding part of last week's por-
' tion, Moses complains to God.
' "Why have You
made it worse
for this people,
and why have
You sent me?
j F r o m the mo-
ment I came to
Pharaoh to speak
in Thy name, he
made it worse for
this people: And
You have not
saved Your peo-
ple.'
In his reply to
Moses, the rahbis
tell us. God
spoke harshly tc
him. God takes Moses to task for
his impatience and for his lack of
faith. "Abraham, Isaac and Jacob
did not question My doings. They
had more faith in Me," God says. :
Rabbi Caplan
Don't you believe Ih il I, to<
have heard tht cries of the chi'
dren of Israel'.' Don't y >u believ
that I shall take them OUl >f tht-.
bondage and bring the.;: to th
land I promised to Abrarim. Isaa>
and Jacob and the. shall t>
My people*" Do you question M.
ability to carry out My promises?
We know not God's i An
because they are hidden from ou
view, we lose faith. We cry out i :
desperation. "Where is God? Wh.
does He permit such atrocities t..
happen?''
And yet the man of fa;th knou
that God is there and that goo<'
will ultimately triumph (e know-
that to despair of the fi .re is t
despair of life itself
It is human nature to war1
things to happen as we I -.h thei
to happen Lite for us should b
a success storv In that si) y. ther
is no room for failure and sei
backs "If God will be good to mt
I shall believe in Him. If He frus
trates me. I shall cast Him away
The test '! man's faith in fjV
is to be able to believe 111 Him
even if he doesn't undo- and Hi-
ways.
iKcibbinical Jan. 8 Ch. 10, 11 a.m.. The Jewish Worship Hour
Guest: Rabbi Richard M I-eviton. Temple Emanu-El.
Ft. Lauderdale
Jan. 8 Ch 7. 10 a.m.. "The Still Small Voice"
Host: Rabbi Tibor Stern. Jacob C. Cohen (immui
Synagogue
Guests: Rabbi Daniel Franzel. Beth Sholom; Rawi
Avrom I.. Drazin. Israelite Center
Discussion: "Religion and Science'
Jan. 10 Ch 2. 9:30 p.m., "Man to Man '
Topic: "The Ten Commandments"
Moderator: Rev Luther C. Pierce
Participants: Fr. Donald Connolly, Holy Family (
olic Church; Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Ten
Emanu-El; Dr. Conrad Willard. Centra! Bap
Church
BJSJS 'i.i M <"'

I': ,,i. ... .!........_
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION VAERA
Moses and Aaron exhort Pharaoh to release the Israelites.
"And Moses and Aaron went in unto Pharaoh" (Exod 7 10)
"The Lord, the God of the Hebrews, hath sent me unu thee,
saying: Let My people go" (7. 16).

VAERA God told Moses that He had first appeared to
Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob as El Shaddai. and had made a cov-
enant with the patriarchs to give them the land of Canaan Now,
hearing the unhappy cry of the children of Israel, the Almighty
was reminded of his covenant.
Pharaoh refused to let the children of Israel depart from
the land of Egypt. God brought seven plagues on the Eg' ptians,
in an attempt to force Pharaoh's hand: blood, frogs, gnats flies.
murrain, boils, and hail. At first Pharaoh conceded to Moses. "I
and my people are wicked. Entreat the Lord, and let there be
enough of these mighty thunderings and hail; and I will let you
go" (Exod. 9. 27 28). But, when the plagues stopped, Pharaoh's
heart was hardened again, and he refused to let the Israelites go.
Thi. recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Lew hi ex-
tracted end based upon "The Graphic History of Hie Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Ttemir, $15 Publisher is
SbeaHaold. and the volume is available at 27 William Si., New
York 5. N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume
is Joseph Schleng.
Published by Brit Ivrit Ol.mit | temple sinai or north dade


Friday January 6. 1967
*knist IbrHur
Page 13-A
DURING THE MTIS AS I Sti IT
) Guest's Sincerity Stood Steadfastly in Opinion
Continued from Pg 4-A
its !'
raol <

she t
edly :
talk?
Bi
\orld< 'talk only of the
extinction"? Whfn has Is
r talked of any Arab
extinction? When has
done other than repeat-
beg for peace and peace
- is the Knight view
I it was during the two
willy >.ad admini.stni
tlic F>enhower years,
S foreign policy in the
Middii East reached the height
lly, and which contribut
ed m< than art) other phenom-
enon the e>tdbn "us tyrant." Nasser.
and >n\ ie! inl lu ?nce as the
new .int-ir _; force against
the area This was his
Sinai md po-t sinai.
int iu ill -1 badly, and
almost daily George
tin- Middle
'" si ich profound
: at their one-
\ lew
give' them patience'); and Israel,
herself, although he uas here en-
tirely wrong in his supposition.
("It is hardly known and rarely-
noted that Israel to lay is offering
technical assistance to the ma-
jority of the more than 5J coun-
tries which have come into be
ing since Israel itself was born ')
anyone who know> anything
at all about Israel, also knows
thi-. and the s'oiy ha< long since
been told a thmisard times, if
perhaps not in the He:aid.
Facts Contested
Despit. the e envel >> r.g opin-
ions and feelings, th- criticism.
and even h gratuitous if hewil
deied praise ol I r.i '- nuclear
know-how, Mr Kni-jh'- singular
\ iew -a.:- there In all fault i
be found with his address from
only one point of view Rppe.it
referring to the for
open hr.c- of communication as
an antidote to war and to hi-
Nc Surprise
ul I therefore not have
should have
expectt-d what Mr. Kniuht would
he.- can one properly
critic .- one can only agree or
It was ail there, de-
spite tht -sind '.i.rn, about bonds,
lent ->f irrigation
the .:. i of new
! w:- ,! many i >f the Ne-
desert, constiuction of new
highways and housinj
I th< exi loi ition of natural
such as phosphati -
1 BI potash and
t the Dead Sea"); about
brae! leaders, the object
hi mi no can bring forth milk
and hi I from the de.-eit's dust
th men who can produce
and i esticate a nuclear giant
is ti see that the lines of com-
munication are kept open, that
statesmen in their awesome re-
lity measure every word.
and '.;: above all their strength
Temple Services
At Forte Towers
Terr.f'> Beth Raphael held serv-
ice last Friday evening at Forte
I ers for residents of the apart-
ment h< use who are members of
tlv congregation.
Harold B Spaet was guest
and Cantor Saul H. Breeh
i' choir >t't>red the liturg-
1 >ns of the services.
H.ir: Stem was in charge of the
and Abe Wagner is tern
lent.
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m 5v
urjj *>IE
\i JJ2^^\
*>1 ^r
^0 if \j) ifli)\ky .^kW
MAN THAT ZIP COPE REALLY
SENDS ME...
own role as founder president of
the Inter American Press Asso-
ciation as a case in point (It has
survived enmity and it
has won confidence ... be-
cause it communicates honestly
and openly between free men"),
why did his Miami Herald fail
in this basic journalistic consid-
eration?
Here to present him with the
award wa> Israel's Ambassador
to the I'nited States Avraham
Harman. How is it that the Her-
ald did not offer Ambassador
Harman a single quote in re-
sponse to its publisher's rather
unique view of the Middle East
today" How is it iba( the Herald
did not even seek to interview
him at a time when the Middle
East prognosis is "war-war" rath-
er than "jaw-jaw." to whose
Churchillian opposite Mr. Knight,
along with all responsible citi-
zens, so happily subscribes.
Hard to Swallow
Those rabbinic and lay leaders
who tripped over themselves and
their words in the preambles of
their rushing exaltation of the
suest of honor and his journal-
istic objectivity may now, in ret-
rospect, find these words hard to
swallow. Otherwise, the resent-
ment and even the anger are
misplaced. Mr. Knight was hon-
est and faithful to himself when
others would find it difficult to
be. One can ask no more of any
man. The resentment and the
anger should instead be turned
against those who were unfaith-
ful to themselves in seeking ti
exploit the professional position
of so distinguished a guest
There's no place
like Shalom
for the holidays.
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+Je*isii flcridfiar
Friday, January 6. 1967
Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
Trying Very Hard
To Do Right Thing
IS THE PRESENT government in
' West Germany doing enough to
eradicate anti-Semitism implanted
in the German population during
the yean of the Nazi regime?
This question had been asked be-
fore the neo-Nazis had shown in-
creased strength in the recent
elections in Hesse and Bavaria,
ana is i>eing asked now even more pointedly. A visit
to Germany and talks there with German states
men, educators and Jewish leaders leaves no
doubt that the two parties of which the present
Bonn Government is constituted are deeply inter
c-ied in the eradication of any anti-Jewish feelings
In the country.
Such feelings obviously still exist but are not
noticed among the younger people who were either
born after the war or wers of a very young age
when the Naxi regime fell These younger people
constitute today a majority of the German nation.
In the Ministry of Education. I was shown textbooks
for German schools testifying to the fact that the
German school children are now being taught about
the Nazi atrocities against Jews and about the harm
of anti-Semitism In at least three of the history text
books. I found full chapters relating in words and
in photos the Nazi bestialities against Jews and
condemning them strongly.
The children are frankly told in these hooks
that the Nazis annihilated 6.000.000 .lews this
figure is specifically mentioned in two of the text-
books which I have seen and the mass killing of
Jews in Nazi camps is depicted. One chapter on what
the Nazis have done to the Jews ends with instruc-
tions for the pupils to write compositions on the
inhuman treatment of Jews under the Nazi regime.
It stands to reason that not all teachers may
follow the aim of the government to present to the
younger generation the truth about the Nazi brutal-
ities against Jews, since some of the teachers hold
now the same teaching positions which they held
under the Nazis. But I was told of cases where chil-
dren come from school after the lesson- about the
Nazi brutalities against Jews and ask their parent-
"How did you behave towards Jews in the Nazi
years'" And I was told of cases where German
parents come to school teachers and ask them
What are you doing with my children Do you
want to set them against me?"
Capitol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Active Legislators
Washington
THE TWO CANDIDATES for Congres
' sional reelection whose records Indi-
cated the most extensive involvement in
issues of special Jewish interest are
Rep. Leonard Farbstein. Democrat, and
Rep Seymour Halpern. Republican, both
of New York
Farbstein represents a Manhattan
district while Halpern is from Queens. Both are involved
in a wide panorama of legislative activity that transcends
their devotion to Jewish causes. But Farbstein and Hal
pern, more than any other Congressmen, daily and some-
times hourly follow developments of Jewish concern
Fortunately, the fact that the two represent different
districts allows them to serve simultaneously and not run
Bgainft each other
A study of their initiatives occassionally a joint
cooperative bi partisan action was based on the official
Congressional Record It revealed that Farbstein and
Halpern led all other Congressmen in intensity and ex-
tent of involvement in Jewish issues.
The list of members of the Senate and House who
took initiative on such matters is long and distinguished.
But the "big two," by any .standards or reckoning, are
Farbstein and Halpern.
Halpern. in Congress since January, 1959. is the only
Republican of Jewish faith in the House.
Halpern believes in direct action. When the State
Department sought to cover-tip Saudi Arabian discrim-
ination against US Jewish citizens, Halpern applied
for a visa. He announced that he wanted to visit project-
in Saudi Arabia that wen- tinanced by American taxpay-
ers of all faiths. He was turned down but achieved tin-
exposure of Arab bigotry.
A major achievement of Halpern this season was a
bill to establish a U.S. Committee on Human Rights This
legislation was deemed so important in obtaining action
on the much-delayed American ratification of the United
Nations Genocide Convention that Congressional hearings
were held.
Farbstein's record is equally energetic. As a member
of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, Farbstein noted
that the United States was contributing funds to the
United Nations to feed guerrilla fanatics of the "Palestine
Liberation Army." When the Arab extremists announced
that they would send fighters to Viet Nam to gain experi-
ence by fighting American imperialism," Farbstein felt
the time had come for the State Department to stop s.nd
ing dollars to finance, such people
Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER
Straw That Broke the Camel's Back
IF YOU ASK an Israeli these days
for the meaning of the proverb
about the last straw that broke
the camel s back, he is quite likely
to answer with a single word:
"Somerfin."
The defaulting shipping com
pany of the Swiss-domiciled Israeli
financier Halevi has already be-
come a symbol of what seems to be wrong with the
way the government is conducting the business of
this nation. The money involved in the losses to
the Israel Government is probably only chickenfeed
compared to various deficits in other government-
sponsored or participating business ventures But BS
truly as the proverbial last straw, it broke much
of the confidence in Prime Minister Levi Eshkol's
economic sagacity and also probably the chances
i i Finance Minister Pinhas Sapir becoming Mi
Bshkol'S successor.
For the benefit of those not familiar with the
affair, the Israel Government guaranteed, up to so
percent of the investment involved, the payments for
tankers, car ferries, fruit carriers and fishing vessels
built by Mr Halevi company in Japanese and othei
shipyards. The scandal broke out into the open when
Somerfin defaulted on the payments and the gO\
eminent had to take them over It turned nut that
Mr. Halevi succeeded in obtaining loans and credits
on the ships and for his company of something
like eight to ten million dollars in excess to their
real value. The Israel Treasury thought that Mr.
Halevi had sound foundations in Swiss banks with
whom he was doing business, while the Swiss and
British banks apparently believed that Mr. Halevi
was not simply a private businessman but actually
represented the Israel Government in those ven-
tures.
The Israel Government, having first mortgage
on most of the ships, will probably not lose too
much But the affair has raised several painful
questions. First, why did the government fail t<>
look into Mr Halevi s ventures more thoroughly
before giving him those guarantees? Second, why
did wars of top government officials, including
Cabinet members, break the champagne bottles
over the bows of Mr llalevi's new ships, thu-
strengthening the impression rbj playing generous
host to any top Israeli appearing in Switzerland)
that he was more than a private businessman \
happens to hold Israel citizenship'
And third most import ait why did the
eminent decide to give those guarantees to
begin with? What good would have occurred to
Israel even had Mr Halevi- business ventures suc-
. eded, int* ad of failing?
By:
MAX LERNER
Capote's Party: A \ iew of the Elite
THAT STRANGE combination of lone
shoreman and social thinker. Eric
Hoffer, has noted that, with so many
young Americans using education to
move up into the elites, we are becom-
ing a mass elite culture All the more
need then (if you care for the truly
snooty) to go through a second sifting
and sort out the elite of the elites. That.
I take it. is what gave the Truman Capote paiiv n- DuiKi-
up and made it news. Even the New York Times, true
to its tradition as a newspaper ot record, ran the entire
li-t ot the 540 invitees for the curious of todaj and the
archer- of tomorrow.
I don t mean to mock the party Surely there are not
many men or women alive who would turn down an
invitation to an event with so much flapdoodle to it. or
wouldn't secretly feel good at having been included But
il strikes me that there was a second and bigger stor)
than that of the happy few who were invited that of the
unhappy many who were not. Not the gaper- far and
near, who never got within striking distance, nor the
serene ones who didn't care, but the unluckv ones who
thought they might or should have had a go at it. and
never gut chosen or even called
That was the sadness and the unintended cruelty of it
all It was not going to the party that counted tor them,
it was not being left out.
Then- was a third story, too. which has been all tint
missed, it is the way the whole party episode -how- up
the fluid character of the American elites The people
there came from all kinds of groups the rich over time.
the more recently rich, the politicals, the tatters of what
l- left of the titled aristocracies of Europe, some writer-,
some stage people, some heroes o! popular culture, some
media lords, even (God help us all a few columnists It is
a thud elite in the sense that all these rivers and rivulets
Crisscross and flow into each other. There were also, of
course, some of the members of the traditional "Society,"
hut they were pitifullv residual.
For the most part these are new men. in the Roman
sense of "no\i homines," including, of course, the host
himself They have jockeyed their way. pushed, somer-
saulted into the public gaze by merit, by nerve, by
talent, by a resourceful imagination Who can say that
the) "belong" to an elite whose boundaries are so fluid
that in any strict sense no one "belongs?" But they are
in il as witness the fact that their names and faces
were in all the paper-, and the raimeV and jewels that
their ladies wore, and what comments they dropped to a
comment-hungrj press
Vim mav say that this was nothing more than a party
Truman Capote gave for Kathenne Graham, a private
and personal thing, and that it won't stand too much scru
tinj is showing a trend in the culture. But if it was a
private party it was a very public private party, and if it
was personal it was nevertheless treated like something
out of the court ot Versailles
All of which may show how completely this fluid
elite of ours is without true leaders and arbiters, but takes
its leadership cues from press and TV. Clearly Capote has
warm friendships and. by the success of his book about a
brutal multiple murder, has made himself into a dramatic
public figure But mostly there was a vacuum as big as
the Kit/ and Capote just happens to be the one who.
at the exact right moment, moved into it.
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
What's Going on in Germany Now?
I/URT GEORG Kiesingcr's emerg-
" ence from the political shad-
ows a.s a man of consequence in
the West German government may
prove a blessing after all. So may
the capture of eight of 96 seats
in the Hessian Parliament and 15
seats in the Bavarian legislature
by the German neo-Nazi National
Democratic Party Popping to tin-
surface late in 19(>6. when Bonn's economists make
gloomy forecasts of a billion dollar deficit in 1907
and when the combined activity of former Chan
cellor Konrad Adenauer and Defense Minister Frai
Straus- was not strong enough to provide the Ger-
man Republic with a durable government, the Kie-
inger drama and the gains by the new Nazis are
weak enough to add up to less than a real threat
but strong enough to shake the complacency out
of Germany's best friends.
More may be revealed later about Kiesingcr's
record during the Hitler regime, especially if the
U.S. Government s extensive archives on Nazi Gei
many are combed. That he joined the Nazi Party
early (in 1933) he himself acknowledges; that he
became disillusioned in the blood letting of 1934
when Captain Ernst Rohm and other storm troopers
were executed, he strongly claims; that he was only-
marking time until the Nazi curtain went down
when he was engaged in helping to run the Hitler
radio propaganda complex in 1943 and 1944 may be
accurate. And that the German Christian Demo-
crats were desperate when they came up with a
former bona fide Nazi as their front runner is
sharply clear to anyone who appreciates the rough
course of history.
Kiesinger's current notoriety is strongly spot-
lighted. That he won't do anything politically rash
in this period of his emergence after his eight years
of comparative inactivity we can be rather certain
(Any German politician who makes a point of display-
ing a telegram of congratulations from the small
Jewish community of Wurttembcrg as Kiesinger did
when he started to fight hard for the chancellorship
will probably be rather cautious at least for the
present.) Besides, his coalition partner is a famous
underground foe of Hitler's Nazis Willy Brandt.
The National Democratic Party leaders are
mindful of the new rules applying to radical organ-
isations. They've been careful not to commit acts
that would give the West German government au-
thority to abolish the party. This fate befell the
Socialist Reich Party. But not these promoters of
the Fourth Reich not yet.
We have good reason to wonder about the
strength shown by Germany's old and new Nazis.
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Friday, January 6. 1987
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 72972-A
In RE KM.it. oi
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
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No. 66C13492
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
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FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No- 66C11773
NOTICE OF SUIT
THE \\ II.I I VMSBCRUH
s\\ i.n'i.s HANK,
l-l.iintiif.
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a single In.>:i .1 al.
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TO ..-. kH POMEY HOWARD. .
Hinab' in.in. \pt B, 1210 I. n-' -
No Charleston, South Carolina 2Sl'iil
and M v i;V H HI 'U \RD, : d< m
.. n and u re nan li hi r un-
known s|niuse, if iivnii: and il di id
In r ii ii now i in Irs, d.
' -1 i nl" .-. a --- btnee*, Iii
uruat. ->. ii-,in..i.....ihi
claimlnK by, throuxh, under or against
an-. ,a i h.' above named lefel
a no .ir-' di a-.-'i.
You an hetebj notified that thi
above captained action has been In-
atltuted uaalnsl you in the Circuit
Court i.f th.. Uoventh Judicial Cln ill
of Kb .ri.la in ami for Dade County lo
forecioae a mortgage upon the fonow-
ing deacribed real property:
l^.t '.:. Iil.-k : HOLIDAY IIOI'HE,
s. .tinn One a......ling to the Plal
thereof, recorded In I'b.t ltook
..' al rkae '.l ol tha Public It.-.'-
or.is of Dadi County. Klorida,
You are ri.iuirc.l to tils a reapon-
sue pleading to plalntlfrs complolni
wiih the i-l.ik ..f Hi.- aforesaid Court,
and serve a copy Ihoreof upon plain
: fi attorney, MARTIN KINK, Dade
Kederal Building, Miami. Klorida
3:11:11. not ist.-r than January 25th,
.. 1 ,1 ., 11,., r,,. pro 1 '"uf. .s ". w ill
be snti red agalnsi > ou
11.\ li:i' I '"inber 19, IMS
K II LBATHERM \ V
Clerk "i 1 lu '' : uii 1 111
Its .- P COPBI.AND
Deput) "lei k
M Ml I IN' KINK
Kederal Building
Miami. Plorld '.
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\. ICE is HKRKIIV IHVE.N I
the mi.1. 1 sif 1 d, di -11 In ige m
1 In. the I I It Ions 11 11.....1
NORTH M v.H BEACH .'<.N\ VI
CENT H' "MM, 101 N K
Street, N 1: ii Ml .mi Beat h, Int. nils
.1 name i"i
,,f 11,. Couri of Dade County,
Klorida
DADE '' INVADESCENT
Said Estate
You are hereby
lU 11 -1 I" preaenl
THE I demand* which you
\.. utrlji
11 of Hi Is not
I comber
||l .Ml IM
ZBMBL, KAIl'MAN ZBMEL
ll/N l/-13-20l
Attorneys for Applli ani
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notified ami re-
any .1.1:111- and
may ba\.- against
th. ..-lat. of Ji'i.l.x Nl'RKU Ol'PBN-
ilKI.M i;l.\Zl.l: ,1------iaed late of
Dado County, Klorida, to the Count)
ludgea .a Dadi County, and file ihe
II in duplicate and as ,.,,.\ i,i,.,| |n
s. rtlon i33 '.. hlorlda St a tut. in
their offices in Un Count) Courthouse
:. 1 ....I.- County, Klorldu, within six
calendar month* from the lime of Ihe
fli -I publli .11 a.u hi la fi. ur he kiiiiii
u I I li. I.a r. .1
Haled al Mia I Klorida, this 811
I ml.. 1 \ 11. 19**.
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66CI31&7
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
HIUM 'II VSE.
Plaintiff,
\ B
THOMAS K. 'MASK,
Defendant.
TO: Tlii'M \s K > iiasi;
1 S I'ul.li, Health Hospital
--'.il' n Islaml. N.w Vic'.
You, TiioM \s K en ssi:. an
Inr. by notified thul a Bill "I Com-
plalm i"i 1111 "f. has l>.-.ui filed
against you ami you arc esquired t.-
-1 nr a copy of your Answer or
I'leading t" Ihe Bill <>f Complaint on
I,. Plalntlfrs attorney, WILD \ M
1 .;. LDW 1IRM, ''.'-'T s \\ 711 Vve-
\ii...... i'i I .. and file the
original Mi-ui. or lleadlng In the
,.i the I'l.-rk of Ihe I
."..iirt on .a before tin- 19th da) ol
ary, 19*7 If ) ou fail to .1" bo,
idgmenl b) default "ill be taken
for 1 he !' Iii f di manded
in iii.. Hill ..I Cumplaint.
This n.'ii.i nhall he published onci
. ;, 1 four con
in THE JEM ISH EL> >RIDI \n
IXlNE v N 1 > f>RDERED M
II ii da) of I '
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1 II) .' p COPBLANU
Deput) Ch rk
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No 72883C Clark
In RE: K-tai, ol
SM.NA <' CARLSON,
I'. used
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Creditors and Ml I'.r-.n-
Having claims ..r Demands Agalnsi
SanI Estute:
> ..ii are hereby notified and re-
quired in preaenl an) claims and
demands which you mu) havi agalnsi
the estate "f SALNA C. CARLSON,
deceased late of Dade County, Klor-
ida, to rt." County Judges of Dade
County, and file the same In duplicate
and a- provided in Section 7:l:( I*.
Klorida Statutes, in th.ir offices 111
ihe County Courthousi In IH>de
county, ri.'iaia. within MX calendar
months from the time of ihe :irst
publication hereof, .: the same il
be ban. .1
Dated at Miami, Klorida this nth
da) "i I '<. mii.r. I'...'.
NORM V C. HOLDIE
\- Vdmliiiatratrlx, 1' T.A.
I'ii-t piibllcnti'iii of this notlci ."1
1.1 ilav of Deri ml,, |!)l!l
11 m:i:is VND SIRKIN
\t,..Mi"vs f,,r Ulinlnlsti.iti i\. C.T \
12th Pliair Dadi Kedi rul I'.l.l-
1111 r... 1 Flu -i Streel
Mis ni, Klorida 33131
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NoTH'B is HEREBY IJIYKN lhal
iii.- undersigned, desiring to
.11 l.ii-in. -- ihe
of OCA LA I. MM S KAKMH
Can Ann .ik Rtdg., Miami.
Klorldu. in:- nd 'l"' said
.11111. u "ii h. cii rk oi he 'Ire ill
Cotnl of hail, di mi >. Kloriiln.
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ANNE 1:1:1 1.
PAl'L, I.AM'X \n |. IK 1BINS1 i.N
c. ROBERT PAl'L
Al Ii.i Hi v s for Applic 1 ill
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Miami. l'loii.U 33136
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 73131-A
In III: Estate "f
.Mill \h.\m w IZNITZBR
1 leoeaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All 1 1 and All Persons
Having Claims "r Demands a.
Said R. li
>"i ai.- in rii.> notified and r.-
rtuired to |ni s, ni .11 > lainis ami
.:. man.is svUbh w. 1 ma) have against
the state ol U1RAHAM vs i/.MT
ZER di.....1.-..1 of Dade County,
i'-|ori,ia. I., iiu- .'"iintv Judgea of
Klorida, and Klli ami In
duplii Btl anil 1.1 11 Sect ion
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 66C11950
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
CHARLBNE VIRGINIA REHM.
Plain
JACK CHBSLEY REHM,
Defendant.
in JACK CHBSLEY REHM
J v K HBSLKY REHM, a
hereby notified thai a Bill "f C<
plaint fi 1 1 'Ivor. lu s ,,. ,. t, 1.
-1 ou, and you .n-,- 1. quiri -i
servi u cop) of ^ ur A11-" er
' Un- Bill .a 1 -. inpla nl
t be i Joseph
BRANN1 n 1 :s, j 1 11:1;, M-11X I:
a) ne Building, M h 1 : l' Ida
and file ih. original Answ r-r m I'lei
ng ii ihi 1 the clerk of 1
i'i .,.. Iiefon he
Januai. 19*7 if \.. 1 fall
l) defa ill II lie li
agaim p thi 1. in 1 den and .
in the ii 11 of Complaint.
1....... -bail hi publishi :
each u k for foui re wii
in THE JEWISH KLORIDI.VN
|'".ni: AND "i:i'i:i:i:i.
Klorida, iiii- : A 1' 1.....-
1: 1: I.BATHER MAN, Cli rt
1 1 u 1.1 'a.1. 1 'ounty, M"
(Seal) B) P, .'i (PELAND
1 Ky clerk
JOKBI'H '' BRANNBN
Attorne) for Plaintiff
M-II8 His. a) in- Building
Mian 1. I"", ids '..ii

NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C13247
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
M M:Y VR< 'LINK BLAIN,
Plaintiff,
TiioM \s u i:\m:i.i, BLAIN,
I '. I'.ll.la lit
TO: TII.'MAS WENDELL BLAJN,
".|" No, 1 h Walnut Streel
. 1 lua 1 'it\. Indiana
You, THOMAS WENDELL BLA1
ire hi. eby notified that a Bill of
Complaint for Divorce has been fib
agalnsi you, and you an required I
urvi a cop) of your Answer or Plea* -
log t.. tin- Bui of Complaint on
plaintiff* Attorn.). I'AI'L KH I
NET, t-'" Lincoln Road, Miami Bee
Klorida, and fill tin original Anav
or Pleading In tb. Mi" ClerK
of tin Circuit Curt on or before ih-
25th da) i IM7 II
t" ii.. so. Judgment by default w-fal
,. 'i agalnsi you for thi relii
demanded in the liill of Complain
This notice shall in published
..oh week for four consecutivi w
in THE JEWISH I-'I.okiim \\
DONE IND ORDERED at Mlai
Klorida, this Kith day of 1 .. n 1
A.|i
B. 1: l.i: \tiii km w. Clerk,
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SILVERSTB1N, KWITNEY .v
1;. 't 1 USS
Mi..in, \s ,, plaintiff
1." 1 ,in "in Road
Miami II. a. li. Klo

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"iJewislh Floridian
Miami Florida, Friday. January 6, 1967
B
Iron Curtain Chief Rabbi
Talks to Federation Board
Judge Irving Cypen (left), who presided over the Greater
Miami Jewih Federation board of governors meeting chats
with guest speakers Rabbi Moses Rosen (center) and Zvi
Adler.
FOR HARRY SIMONHOFF AT TEMPLE ISRAEL
Cultural Center To
Memorialize Historian
ALLIED TRADES GROUPS PAGE 2-B
APPAREL UNIT UNDERWAY PAGE 2-B
HOME FURNISHINGS NET INCREASE ... PAGE 11-B
Sam Luby St., president of Tem-
ple Israel of Greater Miami, this
week announced the endowment of
the Harry Simonhoff Center for
Advanced Jewish Studies to be
ected on property immediately
1i> the east of the present three
building Temple Israel complex.
The building, a gift of the widow
of the eminent Jewish author, his-
torian and civic leader, and Mr
rid lira Sam Simonhoff and fam
ily will be planned M a focal
point of Jewish studies for Jews
il non-Jews of the larger Flor
. .. community.
The Center will house an ex-
tensive library of Judaica, in-
cluding the personal collection
of the late Mr. Simonhoff, a
museum-art gallery, a lecture
hall, rooms for private study by
advanced scholars and other fea-
tures unique to modern adult
studies.
Harry Simonhoff. who died last
October at the age of 73. was in-
ternationally-known for his contri-
butions to Jewish historical writ-
ing, "and it is a fitting tribute to
his memory and to his works that
a Center devoted t<> serious Jew
Ish studies will lie dedicated and
erve as a living memorial," luby
declared.
The Simonhoff family has been
identified with Temple Israel for
many decades since coming here
in the I920'9 from South Carolina.
where Harrj Simonhoff served in
the House of Representatives
Members of the board of gov-
ernors of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation gathered at the
Jewish Home for the Aged Wed
nesday night for a short business
meeting and a long listen to two
guest speakers.
Rabbi Moses Rosen. Chief Rabbi
of Rumania, and Zvi Kolit. co-pro-
ducer of the Broadway show. "The
Deputy." and a national execu
tive committee member of the
I United Jewish Appeal, addressed
' the Federation board meeting.
Speaking in Yiddish, Rabbi
Moses described the religious
life of Jews in Communist Ru-
mania. The behind-thc-lron-Cur-
tain spiritual leader answered
questions from board members.
Histadrut Leader
At 'AmaV Dinner
Abraham Avidar. Consul Gen
tral of Israel in Chicaco. and Oral
in tax* general of the World Ha-
bonim, will speak at the Jan. 29
dinner of the Greater Miami Busi
ess arid Professional Council of
Histadrut
Announcement of Avidar's ac
eptanet for the banquet at the
Fontainebleau Hotel was made
Wednesday bj Mrs Anna Brenner
Meyers an I Rabbi l.emi KrOnLsh,
honorary co-chairmen for the an
nual function. Jacob Rifkin is
chairman of the dinner, which will
benefit the Greater Miami "Amal"
Technical High School in Ramleh.
Israel.
Avidar, who heads Israel's
consulate general for the entire
ABRAHAM AVIDAK
midwestern United States, for-
merly was chief spokesman for
the United States division of Is-
rael's Ministry of Foreign Af-
fairs.
\ raduate <>' the Hebrew I'm
versit) of Jerusalem, Avidar stud-
ied at the London School Ol Eco
nomics during World War II He
moved to Great Britain from
Danzig, where he directed i I
to rescue Jewish youths from Po
land and Danzig following the
Nazi victory in 193S over the Poles
lie arrived in Palestine in 1!>47.
joined Kibbutz (ialod and served
in Israels War of Liberation
A reception at the home of Mr
and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin Tuesday
night, at which l.t Col It/har liar
ari of the Israel Knesset spoke, dis-
cussed plans for the Jan 29 din-
ner.
Also announced during Har-
are's three-day visit here, in
which he conferred with top
leadership of the South Florida
Jewish community and several
hundred members of the Labor
Zionist movement, were plans to
hold a second annual mid-winter
conference of the Histadrut
Foundation.
The national conclave will open
at the Fontainebleau Hotel on
Feb. 23. according to Greater Mi-
ami Israel Histadrut president.
Sam Feinstein.
Plans for the Jan 29 dinner are
being formulated by a committee
which includes Jack S Popick.
Mrs, Trudy Hamnierschlag. Joseph
Ash. Marvin Cooper, Abraham Ro-
vinsky, Samuel Zitner. Morris
N'ewmark, Sam I.achman. Michael
Sossin, and Bernard Katz.
with the translator help of Rabbi
Berel Wein, of Beth Israel Con-
gregation.
Kolit discussed the "importance
of getting involved." Stating that
Israel now finds itself in a state of
emergency, he reminded Federa-
tion board members that "nothing
great in history has ever been cre-
ated except in a state of emer
gency."
"There is a desperate arms race ,
going on now in the Near East."
said Kolitz. "and Israel is going
to face a rendezvous with destiny
Emergency is the only antidote to
complacency. Let the call rise to
put an end to indifference."
Arthur S. Rosichan. executive
director of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, gave Federation
leaders a short report on the 1967
Combined Jewish Appeal cam-
paign
"We are entering our 1967
campaign with a feeling of quali-
fied optimism," said Rosichan.
"I say 'qualified' because al-
though we will probably receive
gifts from 12,000 people, we are
living in a community which
should receive 25,000 to 30,000
gifts."
Rosichan said that the 1967 in-
creased needs of local Federation
agencies are due to the inroads of
inflation and to the progress of the
agencies themselves.
"Most people will give to the
Combined Jewish Appeal, if they
are asked," he said. "The problem
is we don't have the askers.
What we need is the utilization of
your lungs and leather."
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+Jcisti ncridiain
Friday, January 6, 1967
200 on Shalom for Good- Will Cruise
Some 200 Greater Miami com-
munity leaders will embark Fri-
day evening aboard Israels flag-
ship, the SS Shalom, on an eight-
day goodwill cruise which will
climax the most successful year
in the history of the Israel Bond
effort.
With veteran civic leader Carl
Weinkle as "Cruise Commodore."
the good-will voyagers will carry
a message of friendship to the
Caribbean ports of call to be visit-
ed by the Miami Israel "Chai''
goodwill cruise.
These ports will include San
Juan, St. Thomas and San Maar-
ten, where heeds of respective
governments will entertain the
members of the cruise in offi-
cial exchanges of good-will.
Participants in the tour are as-
sociates of the National Society of
Monorees of Israel. including
VOW TO BETTER LAST YUM FIGURi
Blank and Cohen Named Chairmen Of
Food, Restaurant, Allied Trades Groups
DR. KOBtRT KAHN
Guest Rabbi
Due at Judea
Next Weekend
Dr. Robert I. Kahn, rabbi of
Congregation Emanu El. of Hous-
ton, has accepted an invitation to'
deliver the guest sermon during
Temple Judeas consecration week-
end Jan. 13 to 15.
Dr. Kahn will deliver a ser-
mon entitled "Tho House of
God" during the Friday evening
services Jan. 13. Saturday
night's activities will include the
premiere showing at Temple
Judea of a week-long Israel art
exhibit. The dean of the Houston
rabbinate also will address a
Brotherhood brunch Jan. 15.
Rabbi Morris A. Kipper, spirit-
ual leader of the Gables syna-
gogue, said this week that clergy-
men of several Greater Miami
churches are preparing special
prayers to be utilized during the
consecration weekend's services at
Temple Judea.
Dr. Kahn. a graduate of the
University of Cincinnati, was or-
dained rabbi at Hebrew Union Col-
lege in 1935. and earned a degree
of Doctor of Hebrew letters there
in 11)50. His congregation in Hous
ton. which he has served for more
than ?0 years, is the largest Re
form congregation in that city.
Masonic Lodge
Has New Officers
Surfside Masonic Ixxigc installed
officers for 19G7 last week at the
lodge hall. 9173 Harding Av<
Participating in the ceremony
Were Clyde McClaren, senior grand
warden, Grand Ixnige of Florida;
Robert Prest, district deputv grand
master. UJith Masonic District:
Judge Harry Arthur Greenberg.
senior grand steward. Grand Lodge
of Florida.
Also William Christian and
Frank Brown, both past grand mas-
ters, Grand I.odge of Florida; Jos-
eph Roberts, past deput) district
grand master. 28th Masonic Dis-
trict: and the past masters of
Surfsuli I.odge.
New lodge leaders are worship-
ful muster. Kenneth Kasha: senior
warden, Sonny Maiden; junior
warden. Gerald Olin. secretary,
ii Oritt; tn asun r, Emanuel
Buchn i. senior deacon, Hai vey
S W .junior deacon, Dav-
id Drucki teward, Rich
ard Lee Azen; junior steward, Jay
chaplains, Harvej Will
ner, Clifford Anderson; marshalls,
Stephen H. i Mortitnei 0
hen. tvleis Morris Hothn. r. Me
phen Friedman; organist. Gary
Fleisher.
Jerry Blank, president of Na
tional Brands, and Joseph Cohen,
of Federal Packing Company, have
assumed the co-chairmenship of
the Food. Restaurant and Allied
Trades Division for the 1967 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal campaign.
Milton Weiss, chairman of the
1967 CJA drive, said that their
acceptance "marks a firm renewal
of support for the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal, since both men
served as division co-chairmen dur-
ing last years CJA drive."'
Blank, who serves as a mem-
ber of the board of governors
of the Gr*t*r Miami Jewish
Foundation, is a founder of
Mount Sinai Hospital, a bene-
ficiary agency of Federation. He
is a director and vice president
of Variety Children's Hospital,
member of the Advisory Coun-
cil of the Florida Alcoholic Re-
habilitation Program, and is a
member of tho Citizens Board
of the University of Miami.
Blank is a director of the City-
National Bank of Miami Beach and
is a member of the Miami Rotary-
Club. Weatview Country Club, and
the Standard Club of Greater Mi
ami. He is a director of Associated
Industries of Florida.
Cohen, immediate past president
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, also a Federation agency, is
a member of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's executive com-
mittee and board of governors. He
Mizrach. Yaff e
To Co-Chair CJA
Apparel Group
Two Miami Beach residents.
Harry Mizrach. of King Kole, Inc..
and Bernard Yaffe. of Jordan
Marsh, have accepted the co chair-
manship of the Apparel Group for
the 1967 Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign.
Their acceptance was announced
by Byron Topol. chairman of
CJA's Mercantile Division.
Mizrach, who served as chair-
man of the Apparel Group dur-
ing the 1966 CJA campaign, is
a member of the board of gov-
ernors of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. He is a mem-
ber of the board of the YM and
WHA of Greater Miami, and has
been associated with B'nai
B'rith for the past W years.
Yaffe. who also worked with the
Apparel Group last year as co-
chairman, has received many ci-
tations and commendations for his
work with philanthropic organiza
tions.
Yaffe is the recipient of a "Ci-
tation of Merit" for his participa-
tion in the Muscular Dystrophy
Association. He also received the
David Ben-Gurion Award for Is
reel's "Bar Mitzvah" year.
Yaffe was previously associated
with the Federation of Jewish Phil-
anthropies in New York. He also
Trustees. Builders, Guardians and
Sponsors in the Greater Miami Is-'
rael Bond drive.
Members of the good-will crew
will be honored guests at recep
tions and galas in the three ports
of call. Weinkle said that these1
events will be "expressive of the
deep gratification shared by the
friends of Israel the world over,
on her reaching the historic 'Chai' \
milestone of her statehood."
At San Maarten, the first port'
of call, the Miami contingent will
be greeted by Lt. Gov. Jan Jacob
Beaujou and feted at a traditional
fiesta. i
At St. Thomas, the host will be
Gov. Ralph If. Paiwonski. scion ,
of one of the most colorful Jewish
families of this community. An
open house will be held by the
Governor for members of the
cruise.
The last port of call will be San
Juan, where Mayor Felicia Rinco
De Gautier will host a formal re-
ception for members of the cruise
and join the group at a dinner of
state.
The contingent is scheduled to
return home aboard the SS Shalom
on Jan. 14.
Itrry Blank
Joseph Cohen
has served as a chairman of
CJA's Food. Restaurant and Allied
Trades Division for the past four
years
Cohen, a vice president of the
Hebrew Academy, a life member
of Brandeis University, has been
honored for his service to the
Jewish Theological Seminary and
is an active participant in the Is-
( rael Bond drive.
Both men are currently
in the process of recruiting lead-
ership in the Food Group, Ho-
tels and Motels Group, and
Liquor and Produce Groups of
the campaign organization.
The Food, Restaurant and Allied
Trades Diwsion is the leading
money raising division in the Com-
i bined Jewish Appeal. Last year
1 the Division raised over $220,000.
Bernard Yaffe
Harry Mitrach
served as chairman of the East
Side Mid Manhattan Merchants Di-
vision for the United Fund Appeal
of New York.
Seminar For
Pre-School Set
By Bureau
The annual preschool seminar
for pro-school teachers was an-
nounced Wednesday by Albert E.
Ossip. president of the Bureau of
Jewish Education.
The seminar, co-sponsored by
the Council of Jewish Congrega-
tional Pre School Teachers and the
Bureau, will include five sessions
beginning Thursday. Jan. 26.
On Jan. 26. Dr. Irving Ix>hrman
will address the preschool teach
ers on "What Does it Mean to be
a Jew in this Century?" The ses-
sion will be held at Sirkin Hall.
Temple Emanu-El.
The second session will be ad-
dressed by Rabbi Daniel Franzel.
assistant rabbi of Temple Beth
Sholom, on "What is Jewish Ex-
perience to a PresSchool Child"
This session will be held at Beth
Sholom.
On Wednesday. Feb. 8, Mrs
Sara Palay. co-author of the He-
brew text, "HaShaar." will address
the preschool teachers on the sub-
ject of "Functional Hebrew in the
Pre-School."' This session will be
held at the office of the Bureau
of Jewish Education, 940 Lincoln
Rd.
Rabbi Sol landau, of Beth Dav-
id Congregation, will address the
fourth session of the seminar on '
Feb. 15 on "Prayer for the Pre-
School Child" at Beth David.
Final session of the seminar will
be held on Wednesday. Feb. 22,
when Rabbi David I.ehrfield. of
Kneseth Israel, will address the]
pie school teachers on "Bible and
Talmudic Tales for the Pre School
Child." again at the office of the
Bureau.
All sessions will begin at 8:15
p.m.
The seminar is under the direc-
tion of Mrs. Naomi Brandeis. pies
idtnt of the Council of Jewish
Congregational Pre-School Teach
ers. and lx>uis Schwart/man. exec-
five director of the Bureau of!
Jewish Education.
Beach Pershinq
Shopping Center
Opens Here
The first "drive-up" Shopping
Center, providing off-street park
ing on Miami Beach, was sched-
uled for completion Mew Years
Day.
To be known as "Pershing Shop
ping Center," it is located at 144>
Alton Rd. General contractor is
Abel Construction Co.
Leases have been signed with
7-11 Food Stores. 60 Minute Dry
Cleaners, and leases are currenth
being negotiated on the remaining
stores in the Center.
Broker in the transaction i-
Sainuel B. Nevel. of the firm ol
Rosenfeld and Nevel
Owners of the Center ire Sol
Frankel and Joseph Nevel. ownci <
and operators of Pershing Auto
Leasing system, whose general
offices adjoin the Shopping Cen-
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PRESIDENT OF CONVALESCENT INSTITUTION
Meeting at a special board session to plan future events of
tho Souih Florida Division, American Friends of the Hebrew
University, are (seated) Jacob Rifkin, Consul General Zeev
Boner.. and 'from left standing1 Sol C. Shaye and Jack S.
Popick Hifkin announced a gift of S100.000 to the Hebrew
University, in addition to previous scholarships, rooms and
other benefactions from Mr. and Mrs. Rifkin. Popick, president
of the local chapter and national vice president of the Friends,
announced that Dr. Moshe Prywes, associate dean of the med-
ical school of Hebrew University, visited Greater Miami
through Jan. 2, when he was honored at gatherings in the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Sol C. Shaye, Dr. and Mrs. Louis G.
Lyttor. Dr. and Mrs. Meyer Eggnatz, and Mrs. Oida C. Rubin.
Bureau of Jewish Education Slates New
Essay-Art Contest for School Youth
The annual Essay -Art Contest of
the Bureau of Jewish Education
will again be co-sponsored by the
Zionist Districts of Greater Miami
and Bollywood, according to Al-
bert E. Ossip, Bureau president.
The contest tins year will be
divided into two aye sections:
Student* who are attending public
school grades 4. 5. fi. and 7 m;i\
enter the first division; second
section will be open to students
in public school grades 8 and up.
The essay subject for the
younger group is "Whif I think
is the Most Exciting Event in
Jewish History." Subject for the
older group is "Why Jewish
Education is Important to Me."
\n subjects in both groups may
be original posters, drawings,
Editor to be Speaker
Fi
umn
will
ular
cial
nil.
day,
sw
"Mi
ank Meyer, entertainment col-
ist for the Mrami Beach Sun.
be guest speaker at the reg-
monthly meeting of the So-
Singles Club of the Y.M and
\ of Greater Miami on Mori
8:30 p.m.. at the "Y," 8500
8th St. Meyer will discuss
ami After Dark."
KNESETH
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1415 EUCLID AVENUE
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SHABAT SERVICES
on JANUARY 6th, 1967
at 8:30 P.M.
RABBI DR. DAVID LEHRFIELD
on* CANTOR ABRAHAM SEIF
officiating
Regency Club
Social Singles
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COCKTAIL PARTY
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EVERGLADES ROOF GARDEN
January 8th, 1967
Jewish Home Taps Zilbert
Board of directors of the Jewish
Convalescent Home of South Flor-
ida unanimously voted this week
to select chairman Leonard V.\\
bert, as the Home fourth annual
"Man ol the Year
Zilbert. a resident of Miami
': em ii. is vice president of the
Riverside Memorial Chapels. He
has been with the national funeral
home organization for the past 20
Zilbert's leadership at the Jew-
ish Convalescent Home "has
been instrumental in bringing
this community-supported insti-
tution to its present state of
growth as on outstanding geri-
atric facility," announcement of
the award desl.ned. During his
tenure as president of the board
of directors, the Home will
move into its new 100-bed build-
ing now under construction.
in announcing Zilbert .i^ the
' T recipient of the Home's high-
est award, Sidney Siegel, executive
director of the institution, also
commented that "the selection was
determined by the businessman's
continued interest in the welfare
of his community, and by his out-
Standing contributions to that end
"Particular note was taken of
sculpture or art objects, relating
to either- or both of the essaj
topics
Prizes for both essay and art
contests in both age groups will
he: First prize, $7S scholarship to
(amp Judea, or S4n cash: second
prize, $25 cash, third, fourth, and
fifth prizes, books on Jewish life
Judges for the contest will in-
clude Reyna Voungerman, Charles
Jacobean and Juanita May, local
artists. Dr. Sigmund Fogler and
.lack Alexander, of the Zionist
Districts, and Herbert Zvi Berber
anil Louis Schw art/man. of the
Bureau ol Jewish Education
Deadline for the contest has
been set for Feb 21. 1987
Students at all Jewish schools
of Greater Miami and Hollywood
are eligible to enter the contest.
The essay and art work of the
students must be the original
work of the applicants. Essays
must consist of not more than
500 words, and art entries must
be no larger than 24 x 26 in.
Entries will be judged on the
basis of content, clarity, and ore.:
inality. and the decision of the
Judges will be final.
Arrangements committee con-
sists of Isaac Donen. Jack Alex-
ander, Sam J Perry, and Morris
Simon, of the Zronist Districts, and
Schwartzman.
Applications are now being sent
to all Jewish schools listing the
subjects, prizes, and rules, for both
essay and art contests Winners
will be announced on Wednesday.
Mar. 15. at a public rally.
LEONARD IllBERT
of retired, elderly people, Includ
ing the indigent and ill living in
such institutions as the Jewish
Convalescent Home of South Flor
Zilbert's interest in the well-being ida."
A native <>f New York, Zilbert
graduated from Columbia Univer-
sity, and while living there, was
" wth both the Masons
the Kni lit.- oi Pythias Here in Mr-
ami Beach, where he lives at 7800
Beach \ i< .. Dr North Baj island,
with h v. ife Rosalind, and chil-
dren. Sheldon and Diane, Zilbert s
activities include directorships and
officerships in numerous lea
civic and Jewish organizatioi
He is ii rently on the board of
directors ol the American I
nion Socii tj. South Floi ida i
. Ice presi mem-
ber, Bureau of Jewish i:
"it. board oi din ctoi li -
Di moi rati i
ol Mia : Bi a
El, Templi v I .
B rith
He is also pasl i
Kni ;ht of Pytl nd a me i
of the American t 89
Jewish War Veterans t>77. V
Consistory, Shriners. Elks, I
lighters and Kiwanis
Zilbert will receive his "Mart
of the Year" award on Sunday,
Mar. 18, at the Home's annual
"New Horizons Dinner." As the
fourth recipient of the highly-
respected award, Zilbert will
join an exclusive group of hon-
ored men who include A. C.
Fine, philanthropist and Jewish
leader; Jack Stein, also a well-
known civic leader; and Michael
Forte, builder and philanthro-
pist.
This year's "New Horizons" din-
ner will be a landmark for the last
{rowing .i e w 11 h Convalescent
Home The dinner will he held
prior to the expected completion
date of construction on a modern
new facility to contain ail ol the
latest in geriatric equipment
rehabilitation therapy The new
building will he called the Mar-
garet and A C. Fine Nursing and
Rehabilitation Pavilion of the Jew-
ish Convalescent Home of South
Florida.
They'll spearhead a drive starting Ian. 1 to sign up 1,000 new
members in B'nai B'rith, world's oldest men's service organ-
ization. Members of the South Florida B'nai B'rith Council
cue seen with International Vice President E. Albert Pallot
(seated right) as they map plans to reach eligible* in all of
Dade's 26 municipalities. With Pallot is Mark Rubin, pres-
ident-elect. Standing are Arthur Horwitz, Council president,
Jack R. Glick, Jack Kirschbaum, New Lodge chairman for Dis-
trict 5, and Bernard Langberg, district 5 vice chairman for
membership.
World Traveler To Be Speaker
The Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
trict Luncheon Club will hear
Samuel Abrahams. New York City
lawyer, writer and world traveler.
at the next meeting of the club on
Wednesday, 12:15 p.m.. in the main
diningroom of the National Hotel
A graduate of Columbia Univer-
sity, with a Master's degree from
New York University School of
Law, and a diploma in race rela-
tions from Fisk University, Abra-
hams, who recently returned from
study tours of the major count ires
; of Africa, will discuss 'Israel and
the Africal Nations."
A frequent visitor to Israel, he
, is a former president of the
Stephen Wise Young Adult Zion-
ists of Brooklyn and is the author
of articles and reviews on law.
Dr. Abraham Wolfson will re-
view the news. Cantor Saul Effeeh
is chairman of the luncheon chili
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Friday. January 6, 1967
Ml Prof.
To Talk At
Meet Here
Bel Knox, aufltor. lecturer and
-Mir oi" philosoph) at New
University, mill join Rabbi
Kronish, spiritual leader of
pie Beth Sholom, in a dia-
( hook review on Monday
line, Jan Hi. in the temple
torium
in Kronish will review the
i hi best-seller, "The Fixer,"
Bernard Malamud, and Knox
review "The Blood Vccusa
by Maurice Samuels
e evenin a feature of Both
>m Festival ol the Vrts
isored by the Sisterhood of
Sholom, of which Mrs S >
r Silverman Is pn
OPENS FORUM SERIES MONDAY NIGHT
Drew Pearson at Ner Tamid if
Syndicate I newspaper columnist
Drew Pearson will launch the ex
pected overflow Inaugural of a
monthly symposium series ai Tem-
ple Nor Tamid on Jan. 9 at 8 p.m.
I'earson is author of "Washing-
ton Merry-Go-Round," and recent
ly returned from an extensive trip
abroad
\ Phi Beta Kappa student at "Washington Merry Go Bound."
rthmore, he tedited the col- chictl he later took as the title
lege newspaper, followed by his for his column.
association with Ihe American ftlurnsj Shaw, president of Ner
Friends Service Committee after, ramid, said that Pearson will dis-
World War 1 CUSS Behind the Crisis in the
During the Hoover Administra Middle East." A cocktail recep-
tion, he wrote an anonymous book, tion will precede the symposium
Miami Beach Bar Association Elects
Jay Dermer to Serve as Hew President
Jay Dermer has bean elected ident; Murray Goodman, second
president ol the Miami Beach Bar vice president; Martin Gre nbaum,
Association for the year 1967 secretary; Samuel S Smith, treas
Also elected to serve were Leon- urer; and Nelan Swe I h Lorian.
pro.'. isp.a:l knox
ard 0. Weinstein, president-elect;
Zev W Kogan, first vice pros-
TESTIMONIAL DINNER FOR LEE HOWARD
Surfside Leader to be Feted
nmemorating more than ten
s of public service as a mem
of Surfside's Town Council
:ioo friends will honor Lee
ard at a testimonial dinner at
Balmoral Hotel on Saturday
Howard was elected vice mayor
the Town of Surfside in 1956,
\ reelected in 1060. and elected
ayor in 19t>4 He is presently
( ipleting the balance of a two
i term as a member of the
ncil
The 50-year-old official is
president of his own national
advertising company, president
c' Lee Howard Associates, Inc.,
vice president and director of
the County National Bank of
North Miami Beach, a director
of the Eagle National Life In-
surance Company, and of the
Community National Life Insur-
ance Company of Tulsa, Okla.
His articles have been published
in the "Book of Knowledge." "En-
cyclopedia Americana." "Nation's
Cities," "Florida Municipal Rec-
ord." Alabama Municipal .lour
nal "
Interested in the arts. Howard
is in charge of the provision of
Presidential portraits, permanent-
ly hung, in the Harry s Truman
Library at Independence, Mo. He
is also one of the originators of
the Freedom Train and has created
and directed the national exhibi-
tions of the Henry Ford Museum,
Dearborn. Mich, for the past 16
years He is a director of the
tional exhibitions of the American
Heritage
Howard has received many hon-
ors for public service, including
the Outstanding Citizenship Award
of the American Heritage Founda-
tion, the George Washington Hon-
or Medal of the Freedoms FotUlda
tion of Valley Forge. Bade County
Service Award. Outstanding Lead
ership Award of the Optimist Club
of Bay H.trboi Surfside. Distin-
guished Citizenship Award ot the
Chamber of Commerce. Appreci
ation Award of the Dade League
of Municipalities, and the Presi
denl .A Award of Honor ol" the
Miami Beach Junior t bamber of
Commerce
Directors are Howard Gross,
Norman K Schwartz, [rvine Spear,
and Arthur D. Frishman.
Holdover directors are Meek
Roomette. Alan Silverstem. Sey-
mour Gelber, Richard Wasserman,
Arnold Scher. Bernard Mandler.
Ranhael K. Yunes, and Harry Zuk-
ernick.
Dermer is a graduate of Indi-
ana University and Fordham
Law School. In addition to the
Miami Beach Bar Association,
he is a member of the Florida,
American, and New York Bar
Associations, and is a fellow of
the Academy of Florida Trial
Lawyers, the American Trial
Lawyers Association, and the
International Academy of Law
and Science.
He is licensed to practice before
al! of the court- of New York and
la, federal courts, and ad-
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mitted to practice before the Su-
preme ( ouit of the United States
His community service includes
past pres lent of the Junior Cham-
ber of Commerce, past exalted
ruler of Miami Beach Elks Lodge,
and a director of the Presidents
I ouncil.
COlLlQO
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Dr. Albert I. Prendergast, commissioner of commerce for the
Virgin Islands, extends the official invitation of his govern-
ment to Carl Weinkle, "Cruise Commodore" of the Miami
Israel Good-Will Cruise. St. Thomas of the Virgin Islands will
re ono of the ports of call of the voyage aboard Israel's pas-
senger flagship, the SS Shalom. The eight-day cruise, embark-
-ig on Friday, Jan. 6. will also visit St. Maarten and San Juan.
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Leading Scholar,
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Dr. Jacob B Agus, of Baltimore,
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u the Greenfield Adult Institute
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A leader of the liberal wing of
the Conservative movement, Rab-
in Agus will speak on "A Jewish
Philosophy for a Post-Ideological
The author of many books on
philosophy, a number of which
are used and studied as basic
sources. Dr. Agus has an inter-
national reputation in the field.
'"The Evolution of Jewish
Thought." a history of Jewish
philosophy by Dr. Agus. is used as
a text at the Sorbonne. He servod
as Jewish consultant to Arnold'
Toynbee on Vol, ,12 of his monu-
mental "A Study of History." and
has lectured at many of the lead
ing universities.
He received his doctorate in the
Division of the History of Philos-
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Mrs. Larrie Blasberg (left) and Mrs. Richard Litt, education
vice presidents of the Young Women's Division of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal, prepare for a record turnout at the edu-
cational conference on Jan. 9 at Temple Israel.
n
On Program
Youn v,.,,- n-s Division of the
h Federation
;.. ; :. special conference
on th : Jev ish community.
i \': ; i scheduled Cor Mon-
:..." '. i!i Temple Israel.
- Robert Shapiro, president
of the Young Women's Division,
thai tin1 purpose of the gath-
will t>o to bring leaders of
the Jewish women's 01 ganizations
0 Dade Cov ip to-date" on
the broad range of social services
provided by the Miami community.
Mrs. Irving Lehman, president
of the Federation of Jewish Wom-
en, will hr guest speaker and mod-
erator for the event.
Highlighting the program will
be representatives of the benefici
aiy agencies of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. In a marked
departure from the usual profes-
sional staff agency representative,
the Young Women's Division has
attempted to bring recipients of
the agencies" services to the
podium.
Max Mendelson. a resident at
J
hv iSABEl GROVE
Mr. .'nil Mi 1 amin Shen
she's the former Mr*
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rk, Calil th<
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the maj
ti !. Anne M. Ehn to
>Ianlev, nod, \ I .
1 ikii \ idii
- en his 1 the
Nathan Shenkins, his sister and
] "; the Samw 1 Li\en teins,
and the Robert II Livensteins
. Mrs Robert i.. rue Esther
Ehrens, is Mrs Shenkin's daugh-
in,i her husband i^ Shenkin's
nephew 1 he Seherer Ehnris
itials, held in Tampa, now the
home of the bride's grandmother,
Mi i. Cusie r Ishkind, font 1
of Miami, brought visitors from
New York, New Jersey. Mich-
man and California Esther
Joining the "bunch for lunch" at the Young Women's. Divis 2 l
educational conference are (left to right; Mrs. Howard Aye
Mrs. Harold Gaffin, Mrs. Joel Channinq. c.id Mrs. David Se: .-.=.
The four women, who have been taking an active part in tr.e
Young Women's Division efforts on behalf of the 1967 Cc
bined Jewish Appeal, served as hostesses for the occas
the Jewish Home for the Aged, is Richard Litt, education vice -
one such person who will be on ... .. .- ,,.
,. ,. ... ._,... idents of the Younc Women
the \oung \\omens Division pro- .
gram. Mendelson also holds the vls,(,n who are Panning the
title Of president of the Residents ference, said the program wii.
Council at the Home. include the special film ure
Mrs Larrie Blasberg and Mrs. tion of "Let Mj People Go.
I venstein < 1 \ 1 as hi 1 sister's
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sh Jane.
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in political sciei ce at Rut|
in New Brunswick, N J., plans
.1 eamr :i. government woik..
Lois, majoring in art at Bradle>
U Peoria, II! has already sold
several of her canvasses
Mrs, Linda Oertner Zatlin,
daughter of the Samuel Gertners,
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Frdrv. Tr ruar- 3 1967
Miami Hadassah Groups ?'3" farts!
Programs to Launch New Year Action
Dinner and donee marked the celebration of
the sixth wedding anniversary of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward T. (Terry) Newman at the Fon-
taineblecra Hotel. Newman is past exalted
ruler ct the Miami Beach Elks, past governor
of the Miami Beach Mosse Ledge, a member
cf the Citizens Retina Board, Biscayne Demo-
cratic C!ub, Temple Emanu-El. Civic League
of Miami Beach, and former president of the
Jewish Funeral Directors of America. Left to
right are Mr. and Mrs. Newman, Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Dokson. Mrs. Gabv Carier. Ralph
Renick, Mr. end Mrs. Rose, Miss Vicke Good-
win, and George Carier, guests at the cele-
brction.
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah Plans
Israeli Film Premiere, Group Meetings
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadas-
sah, in conjunction with its 20
ps, is sponsoring the premier
showing of the Israeli film, "Im-
possible <>n Saturday." on Tuesday
ing, Jan. 17. at the Carib
Theatre on Lincoln Rd. An exclus-
ive one-night showing, the musical
comedy hai English dialogue.
All proceed- will go to the II.1
lh Medical Center in Israel
Mrs. Irving Westin is chairman.
1 rid Mrs Harry Platoff is ticket
( ...i.iiian.
Bay Harbor Group will hold its
lunch on g ol the New
>"i Monday 1 i :30 a m at
1 noral Hoti I Highlight oi
I 11, re-
view b> Mrs Edyth Geiger. Mrs.
Louis D Brandeis Group will
its [ii ng and lunch
< 01 of the v v. Vear on Monday,
1 a m 111 Hi l ue Room
lei, A mu-
sical pro. 1 am will follow the
ting. Mrs Elizabeth Steinbach
is 1
Forte Towers Group will hold
its 1 egular monthly mi etin
day, 12:30 p.111., in the Ninth
Building Auditorium Refresh
me its will he served. Mrs. Joseph
Mondres will give a talk on "Whj
I Belong to Hadassah." The choral
p will entertain with Mm
Stanley Heller as soloist, and ai
companist will be Mrs Daniel De-
\\ :tt Mrs Francis V Sass is pres
at.
*
Herzl Group will hold .
i met til to all
up members, on Monday 10 ;i m .
at < base Fi l< 41 >l St.
dan Vve l ents will
ii' served Mrs Milton Weinberg
i. president
Deborah Group will hold its an
nual "Eye Bank" luncheon on Mon
day n Room oi the
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honor oi her 50th anniversary. All
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Mrs. Edith Lazarus is chairman of
the affair Mis. Charles Cieitlei is
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Israeli Group will hold its first
regular luncheon meeting of the
New Year on -Monday noon at the
Aimers Hotel "The .Menorah Man"'
will be reviewed hy Felix Bertisch.
Mrs. Joseph Meyer is president
Kadimah Group will hold its
first luncheon meeting of the New
Year on Monday noon at the Sing-
apore Hotel. Alter ;. Lrmi business
ling, the film. "A simple
Case," will he shown Mrs Samuel
-. foi mer president of Mi-
ami Beach Chapter, will be gucsl
1 Mrs, Meyer Schneider is
it.
Morton Towers Group will hold
Us first regular luncheon m< 1
of the New Year on Monday noon
at the Club Morocco Room Pro
gram Will feature a medley of
songs by Councilman Joseph W
Malek. Mrs. Kmanuel Meiit/ is
m esident.
Morton Towers Group La spon
losing an art.- and crafts (estiva!
on the South Patio of Morton Tow-
ers on Jan. 22 to 24. Professional
and amateur artists in water col-
or, oils, and ceramics who are
residents of Morton Towers are in-
sited to participate in the show
Mesdajnea Clara Goldberg and Roe
Sat/ are eiMnnen. assisted by Sam
Goldberg, Mesdames May Ma 1
and Toby Schachter.
Southgate Group will hold its
regular monthly meeting on
ing, T.:jo p.m in the
race Room. Gui si -i" il er will be
apt (i Gardner, of the El AI
Air Lines, and a film on Israel will
be shown Mrs Rudi Utal is chair-
man ol the evening. Mrs Joseph
Rosenberg la president.
Emma Lazarus Group will hold
it- Hrst regular meeting of the
New Year on Monday noon at the
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be served. Under the chairman
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will be a sale and auction of items
made by members of the group.
Theme Of the day is "Creative
Hands for Hadassah." Mrs. Jack
VVolfstein is president
Henrietta Szold Group will hold
its first luncheon meeting of the
New Year on Monday, 12:30 p.m..
at the Algiers Hotel. An Israeli
nim will be shown. Mrs. Florence
Greenberg is president.
Stephen S. Wise Group will hold
its first luncheon meeting of the
New Year on Monday, ll 30 a.m.,
at the Deauville Hotel A skit. A
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Miami Chapter of H?riass.-h
Groups have scheduled for their
January meetings a varied gro
Of activities and events designed to
put their besl f ol forv ard In the
New Year As a "mid-season" ol
fering, Miami Hadassah Groups
will present these programs:
a
Albert Einstein Group Moi
day, Jan !. 12 30 p m. In thr*
Washington Federal Auditorium
North Miami Beach, a fashion
how by Joan Tracy, of 1390 NE
HEJrd St.. to !)< modeled by Hadas-
sah members Refreshments will be
served, and Mrs Harry Coldkin,
president, will extend greetings.
Menorah Group Monday, Jan
9. 12:30 p 111 at Hilled HOUSe, a
special program featuring Lee
Rothfarb, 17-year-old pianist and
honor student at Broward High
School He will play a Chopin pro
gram and also present several orig
ina! piano arrangements.
Mount Scopus Group Mondav
Jan 0, ii! noon, at Temple Za
mora, an International smorgas
bord, with hostesses in costume,
and a pageant written bj presi-
dent, Mrs. Max Sokoloff, "Women
of Valor Through the Ages The
pageant will he performed by
Mount Scopus members in song
and recital
Torah Group Monday, Jan !.
\2 noon, at Knights of Pythias
Hall. 401 W, Flagler St annual
Jewish National Fund luncheon
Mrs. Max Levinson, chairman. has
announced that the program will
feature a documentarv film 11:11
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Friday, January 6. 1967
+Jelsti fhridfiairi
Page 7-B
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... ^/wbout ^ f^eople and f^L
aces
...
NOT A THING WAS TOUCHED
Ann ami Thco Berman have moved from
their home in (.oral Gables to the Postal ItiM
Apts. in Miami Beach. They moved while I heir
offspring were away at school. I'hyllis and Her
mc< an- at the liuversity of Michigan, and Bill
is at Cornell. Ann said they moved all of their
children's possessions lock, stock and barrel
Rather that it should take an extra truck to move
their belongings than to listen to wild cries of.
How could you throw away my most favorite
\Olltes
OPEN HOUSE
The bar was on the patio, the chef carving
roast I'll! in the dining room, and an old tune
guitarist made pretty music at the open house
over at Barbara and Kdward Thai s. It was at just
the right time from four to seven on a Sunday.
so you could eel home for your favorite television
program* Among -Hit'sts were the elder Thais.
Pii and Ilortic. or rather Preston and Hortense,
Mr and Mis Arthur Stone. Dr. and Mrs Milton
Greenberg, Mr and Mrs William Brenner Jr.,
Mr and Mrs Irv Burnstme. Mr and Mis. Marshal
l'.i ioff, Dr, Allen stem. .Mr. and Mrs. ( harlie
Bo; u.j.ii. and I eon Manne
ARE HUSBANDS NECESSARY?
i- whom you know bj the name of
i' I." thinks husbands are verj necessary, es-
he; own. Sam Elinoff II.' i- i marvelous
wa> with barbecuing chicken ami
and when it is companj time, he does all
"i work < M course, (led didn'l do a tf ,
she 'mlj ma her mother's almond torte in
h tlic egg yolks have to be beaten fortj
mil les bj hand The crowd enjoyed the marvel
id and the card -anus afterward Among
the guests were Mr and Mrs Lewis Lilienfeld
: id Mrs Jess Spirer, Mr and Mrs Louis
' Mr and Mrs Louis Perkell, Mr and
Mis Ed Miller Mr Al Kronowitz, Mr and Mrs
ej Lewis, Mr and Mrs Pinkelor, and Mr and
Mi liai r> ( oi ash.
A TUP TO THE MOON
That was exactly what it was for Diana and
twenty Of her friends, when her mother. Mrs
Rons d Fine, entertained in honor of Diana
ninth birthday. First lunch at home with a big
mit-oflhis world birthday cake, before the tup to
the moon in the Planetarium at the Museum of
Natural Science and lu.story. Helping Mrs. Fine
with the party were Mrs. Herbert Buchwold and
Mrs. Joseph Weinstock. Now the parties aie over
lor a while;. A week apail for birthdays i- pretty
hectic. Karen, the four-year-old, had had a birth
(lay party for thirty of her little fiiends at home
with a real puppet show. It's time already to think
about next >ear.
ANOTHER AFTERNOON, ANOTHER
LUNCHEON
Faye Tupler had a lew fiiends over for
luncheon and cards. Among uuesis was one out-
oftowner. Mrs. l.ouis Schastak. of Detroit. The
Miamians included Mrs. Joseph I'nj-er. Mr-. Anna
Stem. Mrs Kdward Kreps and Mrs. Nathan Nash,
who has recently returned from Israel.
NO SPLIT INFINITIVES
Edith and Samuel Feldman have company
for the holidays. Their sn. David, and P.unnie.
his wife, are here from up near Syracuse. David
i- a professor of Englmh at Newton State Uni-
versity, and Bunnie teaches English in high schoL
It's too bad that brother. Dr Charles Feldman.
who is research aaaiatanl in bio-mathematici at
Harvard, and hi- wife. Brenalca. and their brood
IUI Vrnold and David, the twins and Am)
and Hi m. couldn't come at the same time ("hej
had to have reunion by phone.
AND AWAY THEY WENT
It was surprise Farewell part) for Flor
ence (Mrs Joseph) Ranter before -he and her
husband left for their new home in Willowdale.
Toronto, where her dau^htei and hot family, the
Seymour Weinsteins, live. Thirt) friends had
lunch together at the Algiers Hotel and pre
sented the honored guest with a champagne buck
et tor remembrance. Among the friends were
Mrs Phillip stark. Mr Albeit Dubler. Mrs, Flor-
ence Kupperman, Mrs. Irvine Kimmel, Mr* 11 v
in-; Till is, Mrs l.ouis Baron, Mrs Milton Vtirsky,
Mrs Martin Lodge, Mis ( harles KaU, and Mrs
llan> Rosenblatt.
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Dr. Irving Lehiman, spiritual leader of Temple Emanu-El,
quotes from a book by Dr. Abraham Joshua Heschel, author-
lecturer who will be opening speaker at the Tuesday Evening
Forum on fan. 17. With Rabbi Lehrman are Mrs. Irving Cypen.
hostess, and Mrs. Philip Thau, who is serving as chairman
of the patrons' committee for the lecture series.
Guest speaker will be Dr. Ma\
Branson, dean of women at the
University Ol Miami, who will
speak on "Twentj Years of Growth
in Panhellenic at the Universitj ol
Miami
The luncheon will mark the an-
niversary "' national Phi Sigma
Sigma founded in 1913 at Hunter
College, as well as the 20th anni
\ ei sai 5 ol Beta Theta chapter al
the University of Miami.
Speeial honorees at the affair
will be Mrs. Paul Km man. charter
member of the chapter, and Mrs
Mildred Wcissel, a 20 j ear patron
ess Of He:a Theta.
Also included on the program
will be remarks bj Mrs. Robert
Rosen, grand archon and alumnae
advisor to Beta Theta Chapter at
its inception, and the tiadjtional
Sphinx ceremonj performed by
Beta Theta actives
Master of ceremonies will be
Mrs Myles Eaton, archon of the
local alumnae chapter. Reserva-
tions can be made through Mrs
Barry Covin, luncheon chairman
Choral Group
To be Started
A new choral group for men
and women has been inaugurated
at the YM and WIIA of Greater
Miami, it was announced tins week
by Miss Syd Skolsky, director of
Jewish and general cultural arts
for the "Y."
hirst rehearsal for the singins;
group was to be held Thursday
evening in the Theatre Workshop
of the -Y." 8500 SW 8th St.
Sal Ronci. musical and choral
instructor for the Dade County
school system, will direct the new
chorus in a variety of musical
types Including folk songs and
i cantatas.
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Friday, January 6. 1967
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Jessie (Mrs. Maurice) Yorkin was a cunning little baby
girl 72 yean ago in Pittsburgh, Pa. Now she is an elegant
matron, dressed in the height of fashion, living at the
Crystal and about to celebrate her 50th wedding anniver-
sary Her elder sister, who raised her. was David Selznick's
mother. They were a most interesting and exciting family.
and it colored .Jessie' life, inas-
much as she traveled with them
extensively. It was during the film
* % era of Clara Kimbal Young. Norma
^J Talmadge and Nazimova and
Jessie has many fascinating tales
to tell.
-
msit
The Yorkins nave three chil-
dren, including Bud and his wife,
P( gy, who have two children of
their own. Nicole and David. Bud
has been a television director and
movie producer for the past 17
years. According to his proud
mother, he has won several Em-
my's, and has just finished cutting
"Divorce American Style."' Then
.here Is daughter. Ruth, who is
Mrs Jerry Drazen and lives in New York with her husband
and son. Myron Ruth was the artist of the family, a pianist
who attended Curtis School of Music. So it follows that
the Yorkins have more than a passing interest in good
music and attend all of the operas and concerts. Finally.
there's daughter Martha, who lives in Washington with
her husband. Dr Bernard Berman. and Diane and Linda.
Jessie and Maurice had a long courtship of three years.
Tiny grew to know each other well in that time, and in
the fifty years of their marriage, which will be celebrated
in New York with their children on Feb. 15. followed by
a South American cruise, all of their married life, until
Maurice retired 16 years ago, was spent in the small town
of Washington, Pa. Jessie was active in the affairs of her
community. She remembers that when Israel first became
a state, she was chairman of the Women's Division of CJA.
and they raised a wonderful amount from the hundred
Jewish families in the town. She also worked for Hadassah
there, raising funds by making ceramic and porcelain
figures.
Even when she vacationed here during the winters,
she would raise funds through her artistic efforts, using
her own kiln, and send the money back to her organizations.
When her husband became ill, she ran their department
store and specialty shops, going to New York to do the
buying. Now that she lives in Miami Beach, she has turned
to the affairs of this community, possibly not as actively
as in former years, but enough to make it interesting
and enough so that the Deborah Group of Hadassah will
honor her at a luncheon Jan. 9. using such words as "gen-
erous. "unique" and "admirable" in their praise of her.
The Yorkins like to read a lot and spend quiet even-
ings watching the news and special programs 'I'm a pretty
good cook." says Jessie, "but I shouldn't be boasting"
Jessie doesn't have to. All of her family and friends are
only telling the truth when they commend her for her
generous welfare contributions and rejoice with the Yorkins
in celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary.
Diane Goldberg,
David Cassel
In Wedding Vows
Diane Joyce Goldberg, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs Harry Goldberg,
4"?06 Filmore St, Hollywood Hills,
became the bride of David (!meu 1
on Thursday, Dec. 22. at the home
of the groom's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. Alvin Cassel, 56 Samana Dr.
Rabbi Joseph R Narot officiated
Dinner followed at the David Wil-
liam Apartment Hotel in Coral
Gables
Marcia Goldbery, sister of the
bride, was maid of honor, and John
Cassel, brother of the groom, was
best man.
The newly weds are both gradu
ates of Florida Atlantic University
at Boca Raton. Mrs Cassel is a
teacher at the Hollywood Hills
Elementary School. Mr. Cassel
serves in the United States Air
Force Reserve, and is in the life
insurance business.
After a honeymoon on Sanibel
Island, the couple will live at 3501
Jackson St., Hollywood Hills
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West Miami JWVA
In Meeting Here
West Miami Auxiliary. Jewish
War Veterans, was to hold a reg
alar meeting on Thursday. 8:15
p.m.. at the home of Mrs. Max
Rubin. 605 SW 68th Ave.
Reports were to be made on
community and child welfare
projects held during the month
of December.
Functions wire also held in De
cember for fund raising, service
men's service, veterans' ser\n
and membership projects and
committees
Mrs Norman Burman wai '
preside at the meeting. Meatbe
hip chairman is Mrs. Ben Sha
pirn
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MRS. 1AMIS BAUtTTA
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obin, of 985 South Shore Dr.
The bride-elect is in her senior
year, enrolled in the college of
professional education at Ohio
State University. She is a member
of Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority.
The future bridegroom is a
graduate of Miami Beach Senior
High He is a senior at Ohio State
University College of Commerce,
and i.s a member of the Sigma
Alpha Mu Fraternity
Both Miss Kaplon and her fiance
attended the University of the
Americas in Mexico City as pail
of an exchange program to further
their Studies.
A September wedding is plan-
ned in New York.
DCMA President to Speak
Sunday. 10 a.m., in the Youth
Lounge of Beth Am. the Brother-
hood will sponsor congregational
breakfast featuring Dr Maurice
Greenfield as guest speaker. Dr.
Greenfield is president of the Dade
County Medical Association, and
has chosen as his theme. Ad
vances in Modern Medicine.''
Judith Dworkin,
James Ballet fa
In Rites Here
A cocktail reception at Beth
Torah followed the double ring
candlelight ceremony on Sunday.
Jan. 1. uniting Judith Dworkin
and tames Fdward Ba""'ta Rabbi
"irn' j incrhii/ officiated at the evening
nuptials
\>m \tr<; Rp'leMa is 'he Hanph-
t 20OO N\V 191st St formerlv of
Vallev Stream. L.I. NY., and the
late Herman Dworkin. A graduate
of Miami Norland Hieh sh** is at-
tending Miami Dade Junior Col-
lege.
For the wedding, carried out in
shades of D'nk and roe. hp worp
a floor-length gown of alencon lace
with an empire band of noan de
soie. It was fashioned with long
sleeves to wrist point, high scooped
neckline trimmed with seed pearls,
and an Aline skirt featuring a
chapel train extending from the
shoulders.
Th'> fireertfn French illusion
was held bv a Juliet cap of lace
and peau de soie trimmed with
seed pearls, and she carried an
S shaped cascade of white roses
and white orchids.
Eileen Renee Dworkin served as
her sister's maid of honor, and
bridesmaids included Toni Bal-
letta, the groom's sister. Edith
Grossman. Nuncv Desmond. Meryl
Jacobs and Gloria Adler.
Son of Mr and Mrs. Edward N
Balletta. 295 NW 213rd Ter.. the
bridegroom is a graduate of Mi-
ami Norland High and Miami Dade
Junior College He attended the
University of California, and is
now a student at Florida Atlantic
University in Boca Raton
Best man to the bridegroom was
David Neal Lezak. and among
ushers were Paul Shapiro. Daniel
Roth. Barry W Schwartz. Michael
Bernard and Joseph I.arezza.
Ril g bearers were David C. Ad-
ler and Hv :; Shelow, ami Helene
Adler was in charge of the guest
book
i
Golden Agers
Post New Slate
Mrs. Bessie Aronoff. 415 SW 35'h
Ave.. was reelected president of
the Golden Age Friendship Club
of the Central Branch of the Y\i
and WHA of Greater Miami.
Other officers elected were
Jack Calchman. first vice pres
ident; Howard Faber. second vie-'
president: Mrs. Ann Jacobs, third
vice president: Abraham Berrin
treasurer; Israel Rutman, financial
secretary: Mrs. Florence Reiser
recording secretary; Mrs. Bella
Reiter. assistant recording secre
tary; Dr. Max Wishner. Max Dro>d
and Morris Golembeck. trustee-
Installation of the Golden A-j.-.<
Friendship Club officers will take
place at the 19th anniversary of
the club Sunday. Jan. 22
Honored for outstanding servic
to the club during the past year
will be Mrs Bessie Aronoff. Mrs
Max Drosd. Mrs Howard Faber.
Mrs Victor Kravitz. Mrs. Ann
Jacobs, rs I Deel and Mrs. Florence Reiser.
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Sisterhood of Temple Zamon
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THE bi lid*) season found many
of our teen-age students
horn- n campuses across the
count.; Wo found that campus
dress ,aries to all extremes.
Student! who attend classes at
tin- i .ersity of Miami or Mi
ami -Pad*. Junior College find
dress regulations quite relaxed.
and ;> I -t am thing goes.
Ell< : Zank. who was in from
the 1 rsity of Georgia, re-
ports that dress regulations on
the thens campus are quite
ri^id No slacks are permitted
any t. Skirts and blouses, or
sweaters, are the standard con
servati look, with the Villager
outfit- i ^dominating Saddle ox-
fords : preferred in shoes
in fad I girls trj to make one
pair la 'he four years.
i *
STRESS regulations at the I'ni
" \' Ity of Georgia require
heels : concerts For campus
parties, dress is casual, on the
tailored side, and flats are the
accept (. shoes. Slacks may be
worn for sport events, for art
classes and physical education,
but the) must be covered with a
buttoned trench coat Skirts are
generally worn shorter with a
few mm: skirts occasionally seen
From the University of Mis-
souri. Aha Badanes advised that
slacks are permitted on campus
when the weather gets down to
10 degrees above zero. Missouri
is extremely conservative, with
none of the mod fashions permit
ted. Dark color- predominate:
none of the bright-colored wools
are worn there. There are no
mini-skirts or boots, but a few
textuiec hose have been making
their appearance Columbia is a
sports town, and the social life
consists of a movie or attending
a sports activity. Skirts and
blouses are the accepted "uni-
form." About falls (hair pieces
that fall in a straight line to the
shoulderi. Aha said they are oc-
casionally seen on an out-of-state
student, and aren't even on sale
in the local shops
Vickie Levinson. who attends
the Unherseity of Tennessee at
Knoxville. informed us that hen
is a very fashion conscious
school. All the oirls wear falls,
and Vickie bought a new one to
ike back with her Boots are
"in;" and hers are fur lined,
leather, and knee-high be-
cause its so cold in Tennessee
For football games, she wears a
corduroy coat with a rubberized
lining.
CKIRTS, blouses and sweaters
** are campus regulations for
Vickie In the face of failure to
comply with these regulations,
dormitory privileges an- the first
to go
For relaxing in the dormitory,
slacks are permitted Textured
hose are passe, with the vividly-
colored hose as avante garde
fashion. Skirts are above the
knees, and "go-go" watches with
interchangeable colored bands
are part of the fashion picture.
Judging trom these fashion re-
ports, we can probably expect the
girls to inquire into dress regu-
lations along with academic
questions when making their de-
cision as to which college to
attend.
Pioneer Women Plan Programs
Beba I del son Pioneer Club will
hold its regular monthly meeting
on Wednesday. 12:30 p.m.. at
Washingt n Federal. 1133 Nor-'
mandy I ... Mr* Fannie Gibson,
preside!!* will conduct the meet
ing Dr. Celia Davis, cultural
chairman will give a talk on cur-
rent evei ts

Mrs [rfa i.jftman. Club 2 pres
ident. \ .11 honor Mrs. Nathan,
Bookspai at a dinner on Saturday.
Jan 14 ti:30 p :n at the Royal,
Hungarian Restaurar.t Mrs. Esther
Shedn U serving as chairman of
the evi ning,
in.--! speaker will be Rabbi
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Miami Beach Chapter of the Asthmatic Chuaie.i s roundation
of Florida gives a testimonial dinner honcrina Hilda and bzy
Karp at the Algiers Hotel. At plaque presentation ceremonies
are Mrs. Milton Koch, dinner chairman. Mr. and Mrs. Karp,
Israel Friedman, executive vice president, and Councilman
Mai Englander. toastmaster. The chapter helps to support
the charitable Asthmatic Children's Foundation Residential
Treatment Center tor intractable asthmatic children of all
races and creeds in North Miami Beach.
Mrs. Reinhard 'Woman of Year'
The title of "Woman of Valor"
has been conferred upon Mrs.
Samuel Re'nhairJ by the Hebrew
Academy Women. Mrs Reinhard
will he miest of honor at the an-
nual "Woman of Valor" luncheon
"Each year a woman is chosen
for her outstanding service and
accomplishments to our school."
Mrs. Samuel Rosner. Hebrew
Academy Women president, ex-
plained.
"In honoring Mrs. Reinhard. we
have selected a woman whose
BB Women Set
Varied Activities
Chai Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women will meet on Tuesday. Jan.
17. 8 p.m.. at the Deauville Hotel,
not Jan. 7 as reported last week.
President is Mrs Paul Gaier.
deeds are known not only to the
Hebrew Academv hut to the com-
munity at large
Mrs Reinhard is an honorary
life sice president of the Hebrew
Academy Women, an officer of
the Mi/rachi Women's Organiza-
tion. Beth Israel Sisterhood and a
member of many religious and civ-
ic organizations.
Her husband is a vice president
of the Hebrew Academy, and is
active in religious and Zionist af
fairs. Mr. and Mrs. Reinhard were
among the first founders of the
school.
Joining the many friends, mem
bers and community leaders in
honoring Mrs. Reinhard. will be
their five sons, daughters-in-law
and their grandchildren, all of Hebrew Academy.
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t
whom have been students at the
Max Shapiro, spiritual leader of
Temple Beth Kodesh. and Mrs.
Sadie Hubert will offer the invo-
cation Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hur-
witz will present a program of en-
tertainment, and Mrs Frances
Packer will present folk songs.
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Gold* Meir Chapter will hold its
next regular meeting on Wednes-
day. 1 p.m., at the Biscayne Cafe-
teria. Mrs Abraham Seltzer, pres-
ident, will conduct the business
agenda. Mrs Harriet Greene, pres-
ident. Greater Miami Council, will
show slides and present commen-
larv on the latest Israeli film
North Shore B'nai B'rith Women
will hold a regular meeting on
Monday. Jan. 16. 1 p.m. President,
Mrs Ira Youngentob. announced
that Mrs Tillie Pekelner will give
a book review entitled "Bring My
Sons from Afar"
Annual Chai luncheon will be
at noon. Wednesday. Jan. 25, at
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Hoffman as chairman of the gala
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Friday. January 6. 1967
Nancy Herman,
Robert Frehling
Wed at Westview
Nancy Sue Herman became the
uU> ol Robert Homy Frehling in
" 30 p.m. rites on Dec 29 at West-
ew Country ('lub.
Newlywed Mrs. Frehling, who
.is at 2316 Bay D* is the daugh-
i of Mr Sheldon Herman, 1228
est Am.. Miami Beach, and Mo.
everiy Cole, ol New York Cttff.
The -room, ol 100 North Bay
lUM'tti.), is the son of Dr. and
rs Stanley Irehliny. 3795 I'me-
e Dr
Following v. cddin- trip to
uisville. K\ Nail, Colo., l-o>
ugele.s and San li-aiieinco, Caht.,
id Las Viva-, the- couple \wll live
190(1 NQlth Bay Causeway.
The bride attended Miami Beach
high School and Skidmore College,
. here >he received an AB degree
-he i.s doing graduate work in Lat-
i i anil American hiatorj at the
niversitj ol Miami.
l he groom also attended Miami
.; High School, went to Tu-
ne, and received his AB degree
om the t ivei sitj of Miami He
a meml gma Alpha Mu
lid ni honor was Vicki Hei
an. Bridesmaids were Candy
. rman fanu Fn hling
Jonah Frehling acted as best
an, .. id ushei w< re Ri
Ji : rj Hart.
ph ('aj re
...i. i uttler
Ritt, Pliskin Will
Live in St. Louis
After Rites Here
St. Louis, Mo., will be the home
ihe former Susan .loan Pliskin
i id Jerrj Lester Ritt who ex-
isnged marital vows on Sunday,
ni. l. I the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
here a reception followed the
; itials Rabbi Alfred Waxman
ciati : at the 7 p m ceremony.
Gow ned in i\ or> satin with alei
lace, the bride was attended
Barbara Pliskin, maul ol
la Ostuw Judj Ritt, Li
ig and Susan Litt, bridesn
Daughter of Mr and Mrs Sam-
1 Lou s Pliskin, 6038 (oral Way,
a Mi s. fti" is a gi aduate of
and attended
e I ni'. i sit) of Te i She
rved as \ ice pi esi I ol Mpha
psilon Phi, ai I is a i lember ol
it f'hi moi
Hei i ate of
::: !i s'j i
e He
Pi, Beta
Ipha ;' ; o orary accounting
atei ij. and is a pa president
A
Louis University.
Hi Mi and Mrs
M Ritt n N Sen
r> >l n ai was Ai nie
i I ush i I Hairy
ei Schwa Iz, Alan Wiese
<\ .In Benowitz
Socialite ... i\f Isabel C/
MRS. ROBtRT HttHLING
Continued from Pago 5-6
has uitJ been appointed to the
faetulty at (Georgia Tech Univer-
j-ity.
llapp> combination of hunJOOSS
and pleasure taking Naomi and
DfQk Fjnk. to Portugal for the
holiday* Waiting at home for
picture ini.-tcard.s are Richard,
Julio, and .lonalMn.
The many charity ;:ala which
spark, the. season here are al-
ready eiouding the date books
. Mrs. Hose Weiss has been
"leaking information on the fiaasl
Sunland Training Center Boll to
be held .Ian. 21 at the Fontaine
blcau Hotel, with Mrs Joseph P.
Kennedy as guest of honor, and
Ralphs Renick assuming master
of ceremonies role Color
scheme will be pink with roses,
and promises to be elegant
throughout .
Tin' <'it> of Hope luncheon is
also scheduled for the Fontaine
bleau, dateline, Feb 15 Con
tinuous entertainment will be the
attraction for this affair which
in the past has always been one
of the mosl fashionable Mrs
Shirlie Hauler has announced
that Larn Paskovt i- City of
Hope chairman for the State of
Florida, and Godfather for the
Miami Beach Chapter.
Delightful young guest at the
home of Mrs. Jennie Gordon is
Miss I.inda Morris, of Brooklyn,
N V who likes the atmosphere
around here so much she's plan-
ned to return later this month
. The talented Miss will grad-
uate in June from the Phoenix
School of Design and has already
been snapped up by Cannon-Mills
. Her place as Jennie's guest
will be taken over, when she
leaves, by her mother. Mrs Ger-
trude Moi i is. of the I .1 Funeral
Home in Brooklyn More good
news from Mrs. Gordon, her
mother. Mrs. Ida Gordon, who
recently broke a shoulder, is re
covering from her mishap and
can now have visitors at Cedars
of I^ebanon Hospital
* *.
Bea and Arthur Zweigenthal,
who have lived here for some 30
years, celebrated 33 years of
marriage on Dec 24
So delighted with .< personal
invite from < tude Kirk to the
. rnoi 's inauguration, Ellis
and Irene Rubin celebrated with
rove
a dinner party at the Embers...
Harold and Evelyn Lewis, of
Hollywood, Fla., welcomed the
new year with a late dinner par-
ty at Gino's Restaurant Rev
elers included the Milton Wands,
of Miami Beach. Mr. and Mrs
Joel Schlichter and Mr. and Mrs
Louis Kautman. all oi New
York .
Vacation time house guests at
the home of Ella and Hyman
Mandel. ISM SW 17th Ave are
their daughter Faye, husband
Jerome Cohen, and their two,
Miriam Peia and David Aaron
. Mr c teaches in and serves
as chairman of the Social Science
Department of the Central VMCA
Community College in Chicago,
and is a lecturer in advanced
sociology at the Illinois Institute
of Technology Only coin
plain) about the \isit. the holi-
day was too brief .
Bee I Mi I 11 L) Barber, of
Belle Isle, receiving cards of
sympathy from friends She
has just returned from Baltimore
where she attended rites for hei
late brother. Albeit Glaser .
Mrs Barber is an active member
of Had assail Henrietta
Croup. American Jewish Con
IS, and Home for the V d
Auxiliary
Bear, King Exchange Vows on Beach
mrs. }tRRY RITT
Accountants
To H*ar Speaker
Annual public relations dinner
meeting of the Miami Chaptei of
American Society of Women Ac-
countants will be In Id iii 6:30 p.m.,
Tuesday. Jan 10, at the Columbus
Hold
Speaker will be William .1 Gold-
worn, tax attorney, who teaches
tax law at the University of Miami
Graduate Law School. "Revenue
or Constitutional Rights Which
First" will be discussed as it re
lates to tax fraud and the protec-
tion of the taxpayer as opposed
to the collection of revenue
Follow n, .i honeymoon in Las
. and California, new l> wed
led Suzanne Gail King and Harry
Oan Bear will live at 7000 Woo I
tine Ave., Philadelphia Rabin
l.eon Kronish officiated at the 7
p.m. ceremony at the Diploma!
Hotel, where a reception was held
in honor of the couple in the ho
tel'a Regency, Room
Daughter of Mr and Mrs Mat
tin P. King, ioih W, 47th St., the
bride is ;i graduate of Miami Beach
Janice Pelzner
Betrothal Told
The engagement of Janice Pel*
ner and Arthur Lawrence Kapit
has been announced by the future
bride's parents, Mr and Mrs How
aid N Pelzner, 1!82 NE 119th Rd
The bridegroom-to-be is the son
of Mrs Reve Kapit, HOO West
Ave and I>r Milton Kapit. of New
York City
High and attended the Coll<. c of
in Kansas
For her wedding, sin selected
white cut velvet on chiffon and
a mantilla headpiece Serving as
maid ol honoi was Susan Snyder
man. and as matron <>i honor, Mrs
Jerry ku ai Bridal attendants
included Barbara Brodsky, Bonnie
Lubin, Judy Gradsky, Judi Kotzen,
Barbara Gewirti and Suzi Grenald.
Son of Mr. and Mrs Stanley
Bear, Philadelphia, the bride
groom will attend Temple I'm
versit) Law School following his
graduation from the College of
Emporia.
He had David Kata as best man
and Jerrj Becker, Gary Bennett.
Freddj Strauss, Scott King, Jerry
Stiener and Michael Gcwirtz ush-
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Grandparents participating in
the wedding procession were Mr
and Mrs. Abe King, Miami Beach;
Mr and Mis .i a Joseph, Phila
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Mnxwell H. Weisblatt Melt), and Hvmon Lipzin 'riahl). co-
chaiimen r>f Combined Jewish Appeal's Hnni9 Furnish'nqo
Group, present "Certificates of Appreciation" to EHve Mlin
and J. William Barns Jr. fcr "their outstanding contributions
to the lunutuie industry of South Flciida."
Home Furnishings increase for CJA
i | ie Fun ishini Group ol the
1967 I ombined Jewish Vppeal, .-it
Initial Gifts luncheon on
1 \ iit ih" Miami Sp
led .i 23 percenl in
mnt pledged at
Guest speaker for the occasion
v..iv /. i > olitz, co f odui i1" "i the
I'd' y award u inning play, "The
iu is also the author
and co-producer <>f Israel's
major motion picture, "Hill 24
Doesn't Answer."
A. J. Alexander, honorary
chairman of tho CJA Home
Furnishings Group, was honored
at the luncheon for his "out-
standing leadership and dedicat-
ed efforts toward the develop-
ment and growth of the Home
Furnishings Group, and in ap-
preciation of his service towards
the betterment of our commu-
nity."
At thur S. Rosi( han, rxecut
lot of I i ler
i I entcd the
Alexandi r.
Maxwell II Weisblatt and H>
i 'i i hairmen <>f the
. citations to
Vlelin, "i recli Aerofoam
Pro lucts; .1 \\ illjam Baroj .h ol
Miami Ru \ Co.; Henry End, ol
Henry End Assoc'ates; and Aaroi
r Eusl i". ot Euster Furniture
Company.
WeisUatl repeated the hope that
i ho Homo Furnishings Group will
raise a total of $35,000 a $7,000
increase over last year's uift-
ntade to the Combined Jewish Ap-
pi al.
ScKjcocst Towers North residents (left to riqht) Max Weitz, Hy
Rubin, and Samuel Gerson meet with Lnu Harris, co-chairman
of the F.iqh Rise and Ro.^'dence Division of the 1967 Combined
Jewish Appeal. Harris briefs the fhree CJA co-cha;rmen on
the initial preparations for the Seacoast Towers North CJA
campaign. Last year the high rise building rcised over
S6.500.
Basketball League
Starts Jan, 12
Under V Aegis
The 11 and WHA ol Greater
Miami Invitational Basketball
ue for senior high boys, com
I ol temples ami synagOgUi
in Dade County. 111 utt 11 .1 in. 12.
In addition to a YMHA li
then- will be squads from Temple
I I an tie Or Olom, Tom
pie hrai P< rwple Beth Am and
Beth David Congregation.
U is expected that other syna-
g?<|ues will participate and en-
laroe the leaque before the
starting date, it was announced
by Al Kornblum, basketball
chairman of the YM and WHA,
and his special committee con-
sisting of Dr. Irwin Ennis and
Can Hechtman.
I he ln\ itational Basketball
.i.iio is another service provid-
ed by the YMHA In bringing to
ge her Jewish youth and organ
.;> in the Miami area r<
ported Paul Faske, president of
the VM and WHA of Greater
Miami.
The YMHA i- sponsoring the
league, and will provide the bas
kctballs, equipment and officials
tor tin' games scheduli d at the
< hristopher < olumbus High School
gym, 3000 SW 87th v e
The games will be hold on
Thursday evenings starting at 7
i> m. Al Tudor, director of health
and physical education of the
Greater Miami "Y," announced
that all players who participate
will be invited to attend the an
mial athletic awards dinner of the
"Y" in May
Israel Coins Go
On Exhibit Here
Assistant Trade Commissioner of
Israel Robert Weber will host a
locumentary motion picture, de
picting past and present coins of
Israel, Saturday m hi at the
French Room of the Fontaineb
Weber, ol New York Citj. i- in
Miami in conjunction with the
Florida United Numismatic
collectors and dealers) convention
u huh I). Ban Thursday al the Ml
ami Beach Motel.
The complete c ol Israel
will be on exhibit Fridaj and Sat-
urday, along with millions of dol ,
lars of United States and other for-
eign coins.
The public i^ invited to attend
the coin show Doors open at III
a in. throughout tin' weekend.
Flagler Kennel
Events Scheduled
The first in a scries of major
-:.iko- events carrying a total val
ue of 1130,000 will Ret under waj
al badore Hecht's Flagler Ken
nel Club on Saturday night, when
12 distance runniri o to the
post in the first round of the
i.000 Marathon Championship.
The Marathon will continue with
the semifinals on Jan 14 and the
final.; on Jan. 21, alter which com
petition will begin in the seventh
annual $80,000 International Clas-
sic
This c\ ent, in w Inch Miss Whirl
will DO hack to try for her third
successive win, will continue to
Mar. ll. after which its winner
will meet the winner ol I In
ooo Derby Lane Classic al SI Pel
eraburg in a sio.ooo winner-take-
all match race series for the world
championship ol greyhound racing
One candle for 100 years tops the cake for Minnie Goldstein
(is she celebrates her first century of life. For several years a
resident at the Jewish Home for the Aaed here, Mrs. Goldstein
is presented the token cake by Florence Gilles, director of
nursing at the Home.
Cohen Auxiliary
Slates Luncheon
Harry II. Cohen Surf side Baj
Harbor Auxiliary. Jewish War Yet
eraiis. is sponsoring B luncheon
and card party on Sunday noon
at Washington Federal Auditori
um, 12:<4 Washington Ave
Proceeds win go to (he organ
i/ations Aid to Israel program.
Mrs. Rose Kothwarf is in charge
of reservations
Rabbi David Lehifield (left) and Louis Dublin (riqht), preside:
of Kneseth Israel Ccnqreqation. congratulate Mr. and Mrs
Adolf Blank upon the dedication of the new synagogue pulp.
in their henor last Saturday in the presence of Dr. Harol-
Blank, their son. Mr. and Mrs. Blank, residents cf Miami Beacr
fcr 15 years, were formerly frcm Brooklyn, where Mr. Blan
was a founder of the Maplelon Branch of Young Israel. I
Miami Beach, he is active in the Hebrew Academy, Bet.
Tfilah, as well as a member of the braid cf trustees at Knet
eth Israel Mrs. Blank is active in Hadassah, B'nai" B'ritl
Jewish Home for the Aqed and Children's Cardiac Hospita
With the remodelinq of the pulpit, Kneseth Israel complete
its quarter of a million dollar roccnstmclicn procrrcm begu
lest year. The pulpit is built of mahogany to match the Hoi.
Ark. Adorning the pulpit is a floral desian of leaves and plan
ers, and it faces a marble east wall symbolizing the twelv
tribes of Israel.
Painter Solomon
To Talk at UM
Syd Solomon, well-known Amor
lean abstractionisl painter, will
speak at the I'nivorsty of Miami's
Joe and Emily Lowe Art Gallery
Thursday, Jan. 12. at 8 p.m.
lie is the fourth in this year's
series of lecturers in the Winter
Arts Institute, now In its sixth
season, The Institute is sponsored
by the L'M \it Department in co
opi ration with the Miami .\i t-
Council, Miami-Dade Junior Col-
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Noted Expert en Red China to Speak
Before AJCcrtg. Groups Here on Jan. 12
. O ( of
in n at
teri concert
ill!;:-;,
h Congress and
- Division, /
. I
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Bianch. V.'aii
Savi
sentry, Pio i Hi
PROF. JONATHAN MIRSKY
.; board of the Int T-Uni-
t < r ] i-liate of
n P '1 ;. arttl i I pro-
. of Chii e I
!e in Hi Mi He re
. his lui ati< -i i ilumbi
Unix ei sit) and ( an bi i e
sity
From 1953 la 1M2, Pro*. Mir-
s-' v 'iv-rf i:i t i*8, und traveled
extensively throughout '.h^ re-
gion, includ'ng Taiwan, Hong
Korg, Japan, Indonts'a Thai-
and Sin >apore d Via aysia.
In \fi5 hi returned to So ith-
Asia under thi auspices o'
th? Inter-U Ivarsl v o i tee
For Debate of Foreign Pi i.-y,
in he visited Thv'and, Cam-
bodia and Vi~* Nam.
ha- i psearch -d ; nd written
several art'clcs on Chim I V'iel
lie was on ih teat h ng staff
i| i in : idge I niversitj. Ei
L'nivi -sitj o! Pennsylvania
Orii tal Studies Depart
lie il to .i co author of
ii V'iel Nam,"
h Vnv; can Fi U i Is Se
, emmittee.
Accord!ng : Abraham Grunhut.
cha'rn an i om i Ission on Interna
tional Alfairs of the South Florida
Council. Pi of. Mirsky will he di<
cussing the impact of the recent
"Red Guard" political changes
that have taken place in Red China
and Rd (h:na's position in the
world today
''
officers of the newly formed
:, Adult Sina'cs Club cf the YM and
WFA of Greater Miami ere (left to riant) re-
freshment chairman, Barbara Bernstein; treas-
urer, Barry Sherbal; first vice president, pro-
gemming, Rochelle Weiss; president. Tom
Bhupatk; s cond vice president, fun |
and membei (arliament n c: I Jas-
'ar-', I1 een GoldblatP cor-
rc-snondinn secretary, Cynthia Robinson: hos-
pitality chairman. Marler.e Goncharoff. Not
shown is historian, Kay Levin.
Students Achieve Perfect Record at Beth Torah
Top Israeli Singer
In 4F'Appearance
To\ i fl '.' folk sing
it and exclus
ih YM
.i on

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d
a i but
tl where si
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i : i Hoi
i now
tes.
is i lucated in
'. h Aliyah and studied at the
er's Sembury as well a.-, the
Hebrew University, where she ma-
jored in Bible and Hebrew litera-
ti the same time, she con-
cluded her studies in voice and
music at the Jerusalem Conserva-
tors
servi d In the Israel Armed
es, where she toured army
camps
i in the United
Students who maintained a per-
fect record in academic and social
achievement at Beth Torah Reli-
gious school, with A-ratings in sub-
ject matter, and 'excellent'" in de-
portment during the first marking
period, are:
Stewart Newman. Barry Werthei-
mer, Mindy Pleissig, Steven Hor-
witz, Ronald Schonwetter. Richard
I-enner. Craig Corak. Arthur
Snyderman, Mary Saunders. Susan
Katzman. Jeffrey Heilig, Melinda
Hoder, Steven. Isicoff. Stephen
Shwitzman. Dora Behar, Sally
Danovitz. Helese Dubnick, Amy
Hackmeyer, Davida Schiff. Phyl-
lis Zohar. Harriet Bebchuk. Gerald
Oeckelbaum. Jordan Schaffel.
Ted Stein. David Breslow. Rob-
ert Leb, Richard Miller. Barry
Schonwetter. Alan Mitchell. Ann
Bloom, Bonnie Gintis. Helaine Fir-
tel. Susan Choos, Jay Sternlieb.
Karen Siskind, Beth Blechman,
Jeffrej Seiser, Lawrence Trilling,
S< iin Iber. Ellen Langer, Re-
gina Feldstein, Miriam Weisbei
Kll ti Breslow, John Sa!
Sherry Rakusin, Sheryl Kartzmer,
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J[3ar ?enne'h Weinkle
Kennetli Charles, mm of Dr. and
Mrs. W Stanle} Weinkle, will be-
Mitzvah in Saturday,
Jan. 7. at Temple Err.anu-Kl.
Kennel 1 attends seventh grade
at Nautilus Junior High and plays
the saxoj hone
The celebrant Will be honored
at a rii ion Saturday evening at
the West1 lew I Duntrj club.
Mr .. d Mrs Bernard G. Chai-
kin. tin Lar Mitzvah s grandpar-
ents, w coi Boston for
the I '
* *
Scott Milgram
Scott Milgram w .. be Bar Mitz-
'' I S if Ml and
Mi >. I 'i ., 12901 Di ..
Si I Gablei
n the ide at
. School, and
has celieni m collection
He i- este nis, boat-
ing. II o ports He will
i.t itti .-. .is educa
ti :.
His |. nts trill host the Kid-
dush ii -<>tt- binoi immediately
following the Bar Mitvah cere
mony
Hetther Diver
Tempi- Sinai >: N >rth Dade will
be the t of the Bas Mitzvah of
Heather Sliver during 8:15 p.m.
services Friday, Jan 6. at Wash-
ington Federal Auditorium, G99
NE 187th St.
Heatht is the laughter of Mr.
and V Raoul An eighth
grade si dent at Parkway Junior
High School, she attends Temple
Sinai Re gious School where she
won ar .ward recently for out
standine vork on the history of
Israel
Out-ol wn wests include Mr.
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year-round appeal, are inter-
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historj and legend, as well as
woodcut- from old Bibles and de-
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A unique blend of old and new,
"Festive Manna includes tradi
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Gefilte Fish and Herbed Potato
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As a taste of the good things to!
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from a bottle of Planters Oil to
Planter? Oil, Festive Manna Cook-
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Emu's Pottage
3-1 2 < .; sliced onions
1 Cup Planters Oil
1 pound ground lamb
3 cups stewed tomatoes
IT 3 cups diced celery
1 cup sliced carrots
1 cup diced parsnips
1 cop diced green pepper
1 <;uart water
I pound lentils
1 tahlespoon salt
1 2 tt iispoon pepper
In a large saucepot saute onions
i Plan* re Oil. Add ground lamb
snd brown, stir in tomatoes, eel-1
' parsnips and green
I ater lentils, salt
( ontinue cooking over
hei about l-l 2 hours, or
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and Mrs A Favus, Peoria
and Mr and Mrs A Oliver. ( hi-
her grandparents.
One^ Shabhat will follow the
service in Heathers honor,

Gary So' Can Robert, son of Dr and
Mrs. Arthur So'.olotf. 717 N.
Greenway Dr.. Coral Gables, will
become Bar Mitzvah at Beth David
Congn m on Saturday Jan 7
Gary is an eighth giade student
de eon Junior :
ha- een attei d'ng Beth Da> d
Rel ious School for the ]
H
... ., | iy* in the P
le ,d
. r i son. '
Mrs Mo
ic an I e egatio ... Ki Idn h
in honor of the
Bernard Weinbach
Bernard, son of Mr and Mrs
Abraham Weinbach, 7.55 North
Shore Dr will become i Bar Mitz-
vah at Temple Menorah >n Sat-
urday morning, Jan 7
Bernard is an eighth ^rade hon-
or student at the Hebrew Acad-
emy.
A Kiddiish luncheon reception
will follow the services :n the so-
cial Hall of Temple Menorah.
David Goldberg
David Joseph, son of Mr and
Mrs Samuel Goldberg, will become
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. Jan. 7,
at Tempi,' F.manu-El.
David at'ends eighth grade at
Ida M Fisher Junior High. He is
an avid reader and a stamp collec-
tor.
The celebrant will be honored
at a Kiddush in Sirkin Hail follow-
ing the service, and at a reception
Saturday evening at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel.
Davulv grandparents, Mrs Sar-
ah I Miami Beach. Mrs
Sadie Chason and Jack Goldberg,
of New York City, will attend the
eve-.-
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Larry Binder
Larry Binder, son of Mr and Mrs
Yale Binder. 2060 Keystone Blvd ,
will bt- Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
morning, Jan. 7. at Beth Torah
Congregation.
Jeff Levi
Jeff, son of Mr. and Mrs Ernest
Levi, of 2233 SW 82nd Ct will be
called to the Torah on Saturday
morning. Jan 7. at Temple Zion.
Jeff is an eighth grade pupil
at Glades Junior High, and is ac-
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Kenneth Weinkle Scoff Milgram Healher Oliver Cory Sokoloft Bernard Weinbach David Goldberg
tive in all sports activities
Mr. and Mrs Levi will host the
Kidtl'-. h following the services
and a reception at home on Sat
urda> night in honor of tii > cele-
brant.
Joseph Stark
Saturda> morn ng, Jan. 7.
h. son of M : Mrs Tod
Stai i Mitzvah
at Israelite
Joseph is in the grade at
Shenandoah Junior Huh where he
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Circulation 0ot..
1P.0. Box 2973, Miami, Ho.
s president of his class He is
also in the accelerated math class
and is a member of the Student
'ouncil
The celebrant will be h i
at the Kiddush following sen c -
and r at I
Sum!.
Eugne Whitkin
tMn son f Mr
- \\ tkii ii:
Si N M imi Beach, will bei
''... Mil :-. in Satu
Jan. 7, at Be'h Torah Congrega-
tion

Howard Flaer
Harry Garte
'' : Howard Flaer
and Han y ( rere elel rated
Satm J4. at Temple
Beth Tov.
Howai .- tl i in of Mr and
Mr-'
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Parents Bai Mitzvah hon-
ah boys at the
Kiddush I 11 iwing the ceremom
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Friday. January 6, 1967
AT NORTH SHORE B'NAI B'RITH FOR JNF
Mannheimer Forest Opener
Irvine C Spew, president
North Shore Lodge, B'nai B'rith,
-,,- m aunced that the inaugural
for the Mannheimer For-
est will be held on Monday, Jan
9, 8 p m m the Surfside Commu-
nitj Center, 8301 Collins Ave
c hairman of the program is Na
thaniel Glickman, and forest pro
jeel co cha rn an is .lack Wilson.
Dr Irving Lehrman, who will
"Mannheimer the Man,'
will also presenl news on recent
(l,..,.- Hi.' N'i ar East
Also participating in the program
will be E. Albert Pallot,
Glickman and Spear said Wed-
nesday thai guest artist at the
function will be Blna Landau.
They called the artist "an out-
standing performer, who possesses
a beautifull) trained voice."
Miss Landau has traveled ex-
tensivelj throughout the Americas
and Isra 1. distinguishing herself
in concerts, radio and record
a^ ;i versatile singer of folksongs
and operatic arias
Brandeis Dean Slated
At Beach Meet Jan. 26
MISS BINA LANDAU
Menoroh Contest
Cites 3 Winners
Religious School of Temple Beth
recently held a Chanuka
: >norah contest for studi
At the Dec 9 Fridaj evening
-i rvice. entries were exhibited,
,i panel of judges chose the
following student- a- prize win
' I |s
Philip Rteika, 11301 SW 61s1 Ct.
ist original menorah made from
Isaiahs quotation. And they shall
boat then swords into plowshares."
Michael Baum, 8253 SW 39th
Si must ait ist ic menorah; and
Nnia Ellins, 6430 ( hapman Field
I i most ingenious use <>t
aterials
Social Club Will
Install Officers
Max Garshag will be installed
his sixth term as president of
Miami Friendlj Social Club
> Sundaj 2 p m al the Israelite
tei
Other officers to be installed
\ ith him are Julius Reffkin, first
. ce pr< sident; Sam Weiss, second
e pri si lent Mrs, E\ a Freund,
easurer; Jacob Klasz, Mrs Ann
Weiss, Mrs Toby Weiss, n i i
taries
Members of the board arc Mr
and Mrs [sidor Silver. Mr and
Mrs, Joe Sokolsky, .lack Freund.
Rev. Hy Israel. Mrs Pauline Klasz,
Mrs. Minnie Stieglitz, Mrs Cella
Stieber, Mrs. Ray Russack, Mrs.
Minnie Peall.
Also Abe Ravinsky, Louis Row-
ner. Mr. and Mrs. N Weinstein,
and Mrs. Goldie Garshag, publicity
chairman
Installing officer will be Hy
: is, regional vice commander
of the Jewish War Veterans of the
1 S.A Speaker will be Irving
Sperling in an address on "Jerus-
alem Impact on our People."
Entertainment will be provided by
William Skyler
Temple Slate
Inducted Friday
Rabbi Ilemy B Wernick will in
stall the following new Temple Tif
ereth Israel officers during Friday
evening services
President. William Schachtei.
\ ice presidents, Isidore Schlissel,
Max Tobias; secretaries, Pal Van
Katwyk, Mary .1 Scliuman. treas-
urer. Ralph Kline; gaboyim, David
Rosenthal. I J. Mertik
Board members are Rubin Kut
on, chairman, flyman Astor. A. II
First. Leon Goldberg. Al Kur/ban
Harry Lerner. I.ouis Luck, Joseph
Newman. Theodore Pearlstein,
Harry Rosenberg, John Sonn, Max
Temel, Jay Ross Mac Wyden, Jac
ob W'olosin and Irving Querido,
past president.
A social hour will follow the
installation.
l)i I Milton Sacks, dean of un
d< rgraduate studies and associate
dean ol faculty at Brandeis Uni-
versity, will b | IN lecturer for
Lhe Brandeis University Women's
Committee Miami Beach Chapter.
ii s ks, a recognized expert on
Viet Nam. will discuss the "United
states in \ ict Nam" at Temple
Beth Sholom on Thursday evening,
.Ian. 26
Dr Sacks received his BS degree
from CCNY, attended the Univer-
sity Ol California as a Vietnamese
language and Far Eastern area
specialist, and Yale as a Cowles
Fellow, from which he received his
MA degree
After Bpending 14 months in
France as a Social Science Be
search Council Area Fellow, he
received his rhi> from Yale In
I960 Besides teaching at Brandeis.
Dr. Sack- was a visiting lecturer
at Haverford College, taught at
Swarthmore, participated in re-
ii activities at Princeton and
the l Diversity of Chicai o
Mrs Arthur Jurkowitz, Miami
Beach Chapter president, has an-
nounced that the Brandeis Wom-
en's < ommittee will sponsor the
premiere showing ol "The Sand
Pebbles" at the Carib Theatre on
Mrs. Sedon. 54,
Dies Here Jan. 3
Mrs Helyn May Sedon. 54. of
520 SW 26th Rd.. passed away
Tuesday, Jan. 3. She had made her
home in Miami for the past 35
years, coming from Detroit. Mich.,
and was associ
ated in business
with her hus-
band, serving
as president of
Star Cleaners.
Mrs Sedon
was active in
community af-
fairs, helping in
the welfare of
retarded chil
dren
S h e served
with the B'nai
B nth Women of Coral Gables, and
in community and sports activities
for the past 15 years She was past
vice preside nt of the American
Medical (enter, and was awarded
a hie membership in that organ-
ization, where she continued her
services as chaplain.
She is survived by her husband.
Bernard 0. Sedon; a daughter,
Mrs Muriel Sandra Mint/, of
Cleveland, <. her mother. Mrs.
(iisela Newlander. of Miami; two
brothers. Morton Newlander. of
Detroit. Mich., and Leon G. New
lander of Miami, and two grand
childien.
Services were to be held Thurs
day. Jan. 5. at Gordon Funeral
Home, with interment in Mt Sinai
Cemetery.
Philip Rose, president of the Newaik, New Jersey Club and
King Cole Social Club is presented with a forest of 75.0(
trees in honor ol his 75th birthday at a recent joint supper of
the organisations in conjunction with the Jewish National
Fund Council of Greater Miami. Rabbi Mover Abramowitz
congratulates Rose on the success of the affair as Zev Kogan.
of the JNF Council, looks on.
SEDON
HKI ,VX J v
It ill
I ,,.'. I in.
I......: mi hllxllli *v i' I
H i I Ii
\\ .. MUX II
|VI I i .il
mill in,
\ Mellit-ul
Khi I- lvl l>> > i hun
.1 n III. I M -
I I. \ eland,
ii ilu Mm CIhi I.i N,
V| in i\,,, l,ri>l hrro Mm
i ni mill Lou
,; \. Mlunil 'i tvvn
-.. i ,, h Pi In l<1
I,inlnn I um ini Home will
,. i in. Ill vi- inn i
Israel Program
For Albany Club
The ML.itiv. N Y Area Club of
Greater Miami will hold its fourth
meeting of the 1966-67 season in
ih. Deauville Hotel on Wednesday
at 7:30 p m
(ant Leo Gardner Will nan ate
his latest experiences in Israel A
motion picture film on Israel will
also he shown
DR. I. MILTON SACKS
Tuesda.v evening. Feb 7 The pur-
chase Of a ticket will entitle the
donor to the movie premiere ami
the lecture by Dr Sack-
In Charge Of reservations is
Mrs Harold Dorfman, 619 84th
St,
II, !
. i
..j .1 .,
||l I
i lull), |: IK uiulus "I
I'> 11 i (iabk-i l...a/. Hi
i- .'.,,. .1 l) hi- \.
>..li. Slain, IWu (lalluhti is. \l
.hi.i Klta; i'i- father, m.i\
Ittsinek. .i I. i 111 i-. Inldore, ami 1"
hIhIi i : !" "i.s.iin i ami
i ., rnian s. i i, wti
held .lai. I in Oordun Funeral Honu
u in. nti-i ni in tin fan I) plot
,,i vi' sina i i n n
LICHTBLAU
ai.i i:i :i .vi 8(i, ..i i I'lii." N K Znd
\ .. Soi ih Miami, dli-d t' c I'J
a membi i ol I'".' ii Zlon, iw w '
ii.a with Farband, t
Ii7-.ll lull.
-. rlbed |o 1 lilted Je -Ii Appeal,
.1. .. >nal Kun.I. I llntaul III.
and vrai an active nupporter of
i % in : vv in, ii i hi: nii'/ai Ion Hi
la aurvived l> hi* if<
. hi id I '> I i el' Inter-
n in In i '. !.,! Pai k '. in.
\v. -i w.....I, N -i
CONN. i:ii ml '' 'i 11 II '
* i..... i '-I .' Kiv ii.-i,!'
DUI CKER. i. \;'
liiTtl '..ii 2 > r\ !- in
i "a '. i ;.' dun
SIEGEL. I .--I ill". N
V v ill, (I l||l l"H
BRIK LOO, I.-
.Inn. 2. i Sordon
MfcLTZF R i N.'i Il II iXlitl
m ..'-; s\v i i ii si ,. .i .i.
Itiv I
GREENBERC. Hill V, 19. l!5li >vv
, i'i ,l|, : I i. 31 Itlvert ni-
MOSS. VI. \"l
Servici
I ni.
GRENWALD. I'll I '
!: .ii. ,i i'.. i. s.-i v -
- I nd It I v< 11
Sunshine Rebekah
Has New Leaders
Sunshine Rebekah Lodge will
install it- new slate of officers on
Tuesday evening at 25 Washing
ton Ave
Mrs Maiv Kavvas. district dep
Uty president, will induct the fol-
lowing:
Mesdames Bella Rosenberg.
noble grand; Evelyn Decky, vice
grand; Dorothy Bowers. Irene Bib
bo. secretaries: Bertha Dernier,
treasurer; Ruth Sadow. chaplain;
Sadie HolliS, fla bearer; Dorothy
Bekelheimer, warden; Metta Teit-
Gardeners Hear
Marine Prof.
Mt Sinai Garden club will meet
on Monday. 12:30 p.m., at the Gar
den (enter, preceded by an execu-
tive board meeting at lit a.m.
The program, "She Sells Sea
Shells." will be presented by Dr
Donald Moore, profess,,!- ;,t the
University, of Miami Marine Lab-
orator} He will speak about the
"Bay on Which We I it e
Mrs Ben Lond, president ol the
club, will preside
LEGAL NOTICE
IMOtlCt BY PUBLICATION
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOT
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C1S3'8
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
vU'l:i'i' .ii iHN M vAll.-.
I'lnintlfl
\ -
i:\i:i.v \ vi v vii-
i f. ml.ml
TO l\ I.I.VN M VAIIS
:: lluldw ird
Pllnt, MIchiKan
\ BI.Y.N MAAIIs. ..'. I., r. !>
I thni a Hill "f 'on plain
11.., 11.. '. i i... i. riled amli -1 you
an.i \.in mi i i i .I serve a
I > our A ns ,v, i : 1".. tl.
Kill oi Complain! "" the PhtintlfTa
ultoi ney. IHWI.N J .-'I'i INK, HT Ui
..ni. ItulldlnK. i' w Piaiclei sin-i
Miami. l-"la S310, Itlolie 371-1411,
el conductor. Ruth Ross. Mill Gil- mid file thi Anawti Itead-
bert, right and left supporter to -/:.; ,";;;,::!.
noble grand: Rebeka Keder. Ida
Spewack. right and left supporter ,
to vice grand; Rose Yalchie. junior manrixd In the Kin i.r t'omplalht
., .____i Thin notice nhull i" iniiili-in-rt ohce
past noble grand. ,.,,, ..k ,., r ,,,,, u.
ii, thi: .iivv i-ii ii ..i:ii,i v\
mi I
da) "i l-'iiiru.i i >.
ilu l*i,, Jll'lfcir. i '
!'.;: n you fail t
In defuull will "
Mrs. Helyn Sedon
ROSINEK
,\ ItTHrR, il. "f ll-IT BW ITili Ave.,
I ...i 11. |o ii. on mi. ii.-'
Hi Ih-i,. lull N V ..in
v\a- co-founder, partner and
.- v.i\ am T'-'i and I
\ i i :,. vi.
i ii>h-i,.-.1 in in ,i Uurlnj World v\
. i:ni:i;|..ii ni Miami,
llh day of Januar>i
HONK ANH
!., this
Hi 1 ::
I H i.i: \Tlli:i:vi v\. C*|l i-k.
i if i' irt, i '.i'i- Cuuntv, I "i 'i Ida
I Heal i I :n C I' I'KI.AND
Haput) I'li-rk
I 6-1 I .'
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO APPLY FOR
CHANGE OF NAME
Chancery No. 66C 13468
. vv i.iimi n Maj i "in 11
Notice i- hereb) Riven HihI the un-
ion I oetlttoni is. vi i;i:i:ti) ai.-
rv/.vi: and v i.c.i am -kin a .vi ai.-
I'AZAK, his wife, vvhi'-i reeldence
.nl.lr. In '"" s VV s, ,- r.I Stri-,1.
Ai'.n inn in R. lii the Clt) "I Ml
Ma.i. County, Plortda, intandn lo ap-
|,i> to the Honorable JOHN i KK-
iii>i: JudKi "i lhe Kleventh Judicial
I'irciiii. In an,I rm Hade County, al
his office in the Count) Court Houtu
n i ..... i. A M "ii the -ml da)
of Kvl.iuaiy. r.n',7 "t as noon thi-r--
aft. r an the) maj be heard, fur an
order i hull" nu ih.- name of their
m.ii. ruin CAKLoH AiatBRTO MON-
fll:l:i:v to CARIXW AI.HKRTO
Ai.iAZ.vit b) a'hleh aaraa ha shall
Ihereaftw be known
Dated in Miami, Florida, thin 37th
U:o "t I H'i','iiil.,T. A l> I'.'i.i)
vi.i:i:i:T" VUCAZAK
ai.i:.ianim:i\ \ M A1X7AZAR
Ketltionern
C WHIN, R" ITHBNBKKO
1.1:1.1-iiik a SIS.SMAN'
Ky. SI(KI,I"'N S l.hil.i'lll'K
Attorne) s ror Pel II lorn ra
i'i Hlnoa) in- KiiIIiIIiik
1 11I.1
1 ..-la 20--'7
1


Friday, January 6, 1967

+Jenisti ffcridiain
Page 15-E
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 73231 C
In 111'.: Batata !
I m'IMAS I. MATTSON,
DOVJMHM I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
V..I1 uxv required wltliln t> calendar
t.....ithat from the fin* puhllehtlon of
ih Nolle* I" ma In the nhoi, Cottrt
in writing. un*- oath, and in dupll-
-Mir. any laim or demand which you
>ia i i : claim tn have nKaillai in. |.
late ol Tllo.XIAS K. \|.\TI'M'\ l
, ,i-. .i, i-tli r is.- barred
* 4SB!H I.. UaXJEROT
f ?\-e...il ,
I ; WCKUUKIi, Allorm-y
ild Hliln .Mi.mil. FI.,
- Publication: Januar) ;. IM7
l/t-l-"0-21
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Off Fi <">B riA IN AND Frin
OADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No 66C13766
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I -I.IK M. IIAKKIt.
i' ,t.i;.rf
\ S.
tereka HAHBB,
- ;. ml
i Ti. I: i II M : l:l:
"' i--... hwood it.-.,.i
i i .. nil. -
X -i. i i:i.>A II IBER. ar. hi h;
i. .1 tii.ii a Hill ..I Complain) foi
Imn..ire has i-. ii ii|.,i agalnsi you,
in.i v'.u .ii required ii. .-. i .. .,
.I .mil Answer or Pleading i.. the
II I 'omplaml ..ii Hi.- I'laim m m i
mi ii. I. IBM IN .1. h1M.M-.| ii .
> n< KMg 19 W. Klagl. r Street
xi urn, i i Mm .mi i". and I'll, the
< r ..i ii. aulmj In the
..f iin < 'ii, in i ,,,.i-I
i ihi -Hi daj ..i I-', i.iii.m.
It > UU I.Ill t d S.i. JIKlKIIK in
i default vlll ... iak< i.....i ,i you
''" aa : be Bill of

' na shall be publish. .1 mi
.. ii week for lour .-"iis.. i.i i\.- a-eek*
in. n:\visil KLORIDIAN
I" V,. \Sll ORDERED u| Miami.
I l.ri.m. this 39th .lav ol I......lb. :
\ I" I.",..
K l. I.KATHKltMAN. Clerk,
I'.1.1.- County, Kloi-lda
i.Heal) II) I- COPKL VND
I i- itjr Cms k.
IKWIN .1 KTUN
\ Homey for Plaintiff I/6-13-SO-27
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY
FLORlOA. IN PROBATE
No. 73139 B
I" IlK: Iv'stat.- ul
I'i'VTIlK BROWN, a k a
KJOTIIK ROKE BROWN
l>OCeU*ed
NOTICE TO
To All i 'r.-.litois
Bavin* Clalma or
Sald Kstat.
Vou ar,- hereby
quired to preaeni
i. mand* which i on
the estate of HDYT'HK BHOWN
, i a BDYTHB uosi: hiiown ,i.--
ased late of 1'a.io County, Florida
the Count) Judge* of Hade Coun-
i file the same In duplicate
urnvldad in Section 731 II
tatutaa, in their office* In
.. ,.....'"> ''virthous.. i 1)^
ni). h.. i,I.,. within mx calendar
front th.. tiin.- ..f tin. riral
' reof, ,.r tin- same ill
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICb
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN
r.
CREDITORS
and All Persona
Demand! Agalnsi
notified ami i-f-
any clalma and
nu> have against
tn
I).
a. id ma
Pl.a-idu
111.
months
pubU.
h.- txo- T d
i':.-l ,t Miami, Florida. this 30th
u.i> or November, AH 1964
MILTON Mll.l.KK
Va Aiiniiiii.strHtor
,. roManaento Annex..
T ;,.lili.a,i., f Ihi, no,..
'. V.h '''> -Niniiarv. 1967
UKRNHTKIM ^ Mll.l.KK
Mom.w ', .- idmlnlatrator
Bisoayne timldinc. Miami, Florida
1/6-13-20-27
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
< haptcr 2078J a, t, ,,f i-.u
File No. M A 522
cV?,l -,- '"" '^^'-i-.-ix holder ..f
- V.i s ''' tVrtlflemte Mo. 181
, "-,[' '' "a) of June, a i. IS|
,.....'' ,-"" In my office, nnd hai
'",',".....:"" f"' ''' to be
'' ,! -n HaM Cortlfloate .-,,,-
1 ;"':' '; fV""*l'"= ilearrltaNl prop.
] \," '" "'"> "f Ikide, Wtate of
'' Mia. to wit:
Lot SI'Block 7. Ojua Cardena R.
sub Wat Booh ,,., ,,.
.,."""" Bade, Htat. ... Kl. rlda
i ne aNseaament of hi.i.i ,,r,,,
" "i OBO l. MVCK
...' ''' ^d certificate shall be r-
'; >J her. ,. will be sold t. the
1Wt ... the Courthous. d.....
nn the first Mondnj in th
I mi.. I-.,;;. wh
u rebruarv, I
Buted this ::r,i da) of lanuar
K it i.i: \THfCR.M w
Clerk if .'i-. I,,, court,
iM'i. couni, |.v rtaa
u m r i-- .;i i ns ih v\n
Dl put) i-l.-rk
JMaEmSouJ^ty judges court
in and for dade county
florida. in brobate
In M* fcuttV"*"
WARRRN l. \ii:\s|.kv
I >. <-.-,l I
THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO Ai.i. in whom iiikm: |.|;i:s
K.nts SHA1.I> COMIC ORKKTINOS
\\l|. r.-av. MllRklS s |;l |;K .M,;,,,,,
K.a.-ii. Florida. IJnliKI! T II. HI.I'M.
JR., Miami I.<".!, Ii. Florida. TKM\
H BL'ltK, Miami Beach, Florida, did
on the Uth day of F.-liruai >, A. I>
Hull .ns. to t... Incorporated nnd..
the laws of th. State of Klorldu
..iwlli.i ,; i i).\.> ntl in i.N CORI*.,
a corporation, with its principal place
of hnarnvM at .s.riii Miami, [au.
County, .a ih. Siat. of PToiida, and
wttareaa the proper ..f'v.is ol sv h
corporation did, on th.- un.i da) i
March, a.i>. i;.i;i. cause to b< filed
In th. of-:., of tii.. Secretary ,.f St..',
Of the St: t. ,.f FlorlOa. a ".I I il 1,-lU.
of Aim mini.in chang-lns ."i|. ii
name Ui UCRK croNsrRCC1*l>.\
'Ki-i ikath i.\. ami whereaa such
corporation did on the 2vth da) ul
'' mher, A.l, ]>:: ... ,., ,, i. rih .i
in th.- office of th,- Hecretar) of Htate
of th.- State of Florida, the dot i
M.iiiary uuihorlty required under
s. ,ii,.ii .in* ::;. Klorlds Statutes, show-
inn th. dlsaoluthin of such loriaira-
Uon
N..H. ih. ,-. fore, the Si r tai) of
Stutea does herebj i-crtlf) to the fore.
Kolllg ami thin h. iv aatlsfled thai
the requirements ..f the law have
be. i.....ntplled with
in WITNKSS WHF-RFXF, I have
hereuntu set my han.i and have .u-
' 'i the Urea I Heal of the State of
MOI da, Ul T.i II:. haw. .. ,-.,,, ..,,
this the twentieth da) id 11..-.-nil
ah
t' im ai'wis
tai*) ..f Stati
I 6-13-20-27
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORlOA, IN PROBATE
No. 72714-A
In in: Estate of
\l\.\ l: tJOTTLIEB .. k .,
NINA l-.AKKIt UOTTLIKB
I '.. naed.
NOTICE TO
To All i r. iHtoi v
Havinii Claitna or
Said Estate:
you an hereb) :, r;. ,i and r>-
quired t,. preaeni any laimi and
demands which you mm) have again*!
' h. palate "i NIN \ 11 I;. TTII KB
a/k/a NINA BAKER ;. -T ill 1:1:
deceased lute ,.f Hail. Counts I-1
Ida, t.. th.- Count) .ii.i.-.- ,,i Had.
'.iint>. and file th. same In duplicate
and aa provided In Section
Florida Statutes, In their offices lii j
thi County Courthouse In Itodc
County, Florida, within v,\ ,ai.
montha from the time of th.. fir>t
publication hereof, or the -
i.. barred
Hated at Miami. Florida, this
of Iteceniber, \.l> imiH
THE MIAMI BEACH
EIRHT NATIONAL HANK
By I'RTKR v is w v
As Kxe.-utor
First publication of this notlci
th. ..ih da) ..f January, in..7.
BYRON I, 8PARBER
Atlorne) for Bxecutor
100 North Blacayne Mlv.l.
Miami. Florida
1 't-13-20-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY H1VEN that
tq. undersigned, tlesirins to engage
inesa inder the riclllloaa name
I MAHIUH .JAIIHK.VS :,i V,|,, \
Kendall lirlvt, Miami. Intends t
rt-iflster said name with the Clerk
-i in- Circuit Court of Had.- County,
I- kirtda.
ikuiv i:\skix
Ii lati
l2/U-23-0 1/6 j
IN THE COUNTY JUOGE^S COURT
IN AND l-OR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 73304-B
In IlK: Katate ..f
HKSSII' >i.l.h;.MAN.
I .-,"ilMHl.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i.. All ci,-,iii..,v and All Persona
",vm- Clai.ua ur Hcmaiiua Akuiliel
Said INtate:
i ..u a., ii. i, h
re-
a n-l
27th
notice
i:>.....
on
CREDITORS
and All Pa
Demands \-.
r-i.ii.
notified and
iuii ..I to pr.'si in hid claims
demands whl, u you n h) have agalnsi
the estate ..l bEHKIE SKMOMAN
......"-.i late .a i...... mt) Flor-
id*, to the Count) Judges ol Hade
1 ounty, and hi., ti,. van,, in duiill-
nnd ...v |. ovidtni in .--.. lion i
Ii. rlda Htaiuti s, n ; Ir officea In
the Lount) Courth. .-. .., i ..,,i. foun-
i). l-'l-.i Ida, ii hin sis ulendar
montha from the time ..t the fU"si
i'"1'1.....i" hereof, or the -..m. will
i..- barred.
Haled ..i Miami, Florida thi
da) of l >.. em Is r, A.li
a DOROTHY s ORKENBERU
As C\.. utrlx
Ml hi publli at loll ,.i ihi-
Ihi '...ih day ..r Heccmhe
MKRVVN I, AMIS
Ail-.i-ii. > i,.i | .,.r,.i hv S Ore. lib.
...... U illdlng
IS \ eel Klagll i- Street .Miami. Ra
IL' 311 l ; -i |-0
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni TICE is HEREBY ,;i\ i:\ that
th- undersigned, des.ring to ei
ui business under the fictitious name
i CARIBBEAN CIOAR Cu inol in, .
-it :'..i'i Coral Way, Miami. Int. nds to
1'egiNter v.,,,1 .I,,,,. Ult), |h.. ,|,.lh
i th.- .ii. mt Court ,.i Had. Count)
1 ...i Ida,
sami i:i. r.i.Aii:
12 JO 1 6-13-20
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 73164-B
In RE; Kstat.- ol
CIIAKl.KS FKI.IX.
aaed.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN thai
th.- under Urned, desiring to engag.
in huarnosM under the fictitious name
f i SHANNON at Runny Isli Blvd.
'"I Collliu IVentie, .Miami B< aeh, In-
t, n-is t.. reglatar said name with the
' leik of the Circuit Coui t .a I 'a.I.
c.unn I ..i ida.
J. WHEN KIN
HERBERT STETTIN
AU-.i toy for A|.|iliianl
--'> N B. 2nd Ave.
_____________________. 13-20
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that
the iiiid.isimi.il. desiring t.. engaa.
ni l.,isin.-ss under the fictitious name
of Sl'ZAWi: F.Mil.S at 80 X E. 11th
Strict, Miami. Florida, Intend lo reg-
ister said name with tin Clerk ol th<
circuit Court ..f Hade count). Flor-
ida
MARTIN K MFMAN
ANNE K \i F.MAN
ii' :':i-::n l B-13
notified and
anj clalma
i...
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
and All
I > inan.l-
i v-i sons
AgainM
da)
dl
15th
,.n
To All Creditors
Having claims ..r
s.ud Eatat. :
x..,i are hereby notified and re-
; Ired t.. pres. nt an) clalma and
Hemanda wliliji you ma) hav. against
!l>.- estate ..i .'ii\i:i.i;s ii.i.ix
i... .as. .i late -.I Mad. County, Flor-
ida !.. ih. County Judges of Bade
County, and file th. sum. n duplicate
and a.s provided in Section 733.10,
Florida Ktututea, in their officea In
th. Count) Courthouse In Had.- Coun-
ty, Florida, within -i\ calendar
.....nth.s from th.- time of the fl si
liubllcatlon hereof, or the same will I
tie barred.
Dated al Miami, Florida, this 22nd
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C13521
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
M.M'i:i:i:.\ ELIZABETH PKRLOVE,
I'la in 11 i
FREDERICK PEItlXJVB,
l fendant.
Ii KREOKRICK PERLOVB
: \\ -i I 'r,|,i., i Street
.\. a I Inx'en, < 'onneci I
V'd' xi:i: HEREBY NOTIPHTH
., i 'omplatni fur Blvon has i.....
filed aguinal you by MACREEN
ELIZAIII Til PERLI i\ i:. and you Bre
hereb) notified t,. file your defensive
pleading* to this s-.iit fur divorce with
the i 'I.-ik ,.| this oiirt, and ~. .
!> ..i th. ild -I. nslv. |.|. sdlng*
-.ii he Plaintiff's nttorm y, il Ell i:
BRT I. HEIKKN, I lw9 Alnslej Build-
ing, Miami, Florldn, on or before the
2th da) ..| Juiiuury, 1987, .-is.- the
1 ',.ni|.:.i mt ni i... taken as nnf.
h) v i
I KINK AND ORl>ERED ill Miami.
Had.- County, Florida, this 21st da)
-: I : I I !i>i.
B. H I.K VTHKRMAN
'lerk, circuit Courl of
I lad. County, Florida
B) c P. COPKLAND
Deput) i i.-rk
^__________ 12 23-30 1 8-13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 73242- B
In RE: Estate of
II > V FORH,
Be. eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i., VII Creditors und All l'i rsonn
Hax j Claims or Demands Agalnsi
Sii ..i l-Jatate
You are hen b) notlfl. quired '... present an) claims and
demands which you ma) hav agalnsi
ih. .stat. ..f IDA BORD, deceased
lat. of Hade County, Florida, t.. th.
Count) Judge!. ..f Bade County, and
file the same In duplicate and .,-
provided In Section 733.16, Flurla
Statutes, in their offices in
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COU F r
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 73048-C
In RE: Estate of
II > x STEIN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami .Xli r.r.- -
Having Claim* .-r Demand) V|
said Estate:
You .<<' hereby
i.i to pr< sent
demands which you may have agaii -t
the -t it of IDA BTEIN do. .-.
late Ol Had. County. Florida, to i .
i "ounty Judges of find.- County, ..
file the same In duplicate and
provided In Section 733.18, Pterl
Statutes, in their offlci h in the C
i. Courthouse in Hade County, Fl.
Ida, within -i\ calendar m.'i iha fi
ih.- time of the iirst publication he
Of, ." the -am. will I., han /
I kited at Miami, Flor da, I ins l i
day of 1 '.-i-i-nil.. r. A.I>. I.....
HAROLD sii x i'ii:<>
A Bgecutor
k i -: publication ..' i h no| |..
the 16th du) ,.f I mis : 1908
HAROLD SHAPIRO
Attorney for I
127 Lincoln Road,
Miami Reach, Fla
! 11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUFT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 73003C
In RE Kstate ..f
BERTH x si ssxi \x
I i. as. ,|.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ill I'll iml All P.
- or Deiim nds A|
Sa d Esta ii
Vou.....i. I.\ ii. a if i. .| a n,| .
.|iiir. .1 i.
d.-iii..nils -i.i h you havi agi
the estat. BERTH X .-I SSMA
tie. ... : lat. ..f I ad. County, Kin
Ida !.. th. Count) .llldg. s ..| 1 >:,.
. lid file tin -...- In i ipll. ii
ami us prov i.l.-.l in s., : Ion
tin Sta tut. -. in th. Ir fflc.
ih.. i '..iini> i 'ourihouse In I '..-
' 'ount) I loridu, Ii liin \ call nd
months from the linn ,.i the fir
publicalion hen-of, .:- the same .
be barn d.
Oat. Hi Al.ami. Florida, this 11 .
da> ,! I leci nib. i
.-. iL srss.xi v.N
x- i:>.. iii..i-
Fi ; hlleation -: th liotic.
the 2Urd la | "t i '-. mb. i. 1988.
VRTHI'R i. \l 11.1.IIll
am. rne) fur Sol Sussman, Execut<
Mii:, s xx' r.ih T. rrac.
12 2.1 30 1
1 1 \
thi
in,.nth .,f
the iith da)
1967,
is.
IN
CREDITORS
and AH I', rxons
Demands Auninst
NOTICE TO
To XII 1 ,-, .,|
'"vlng Cktima or
Said Bstati
You r, hereby notified and re-
1 to present ,ny cMnt, aril|
I'liMmis which V,l ,..... i,.
the estate of WARRKN I.. M 1: \
';'"';-''' '"' -' .....'- f>nmty, nor-
." '" '"e C,,nlv .|,|KP ,,,,,
;>'<- nd III., th- sam.. In dn|,li-
vWed In s.......n 733.18
' nrlda Htatutea, In ih.-.r ff|,
1 "i.i-iv Courthouse
Plorlda. within
months from the time
- in
in Bade
-iv a lends
of the first
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722 ACTS OF 1941
FILE NO. 66 A 511
NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVEN thai
<'a|i. Sable Corporation, holder of
County r..\ Sal. Certificates num-
bered IMS, Rll, 1194, 3304, J-'IT. L'.'IN
and 3349 Issued the SHth da) of May.
A n IN3, has filed aame In my office,
Hud hat. mad.- application for a tax
deed to i Iseued ther..... Saiil cert I-
fi.atea embraoe the following de-
scribed property, in the Count) of
I lade, Stale of Florid.,. :,. w II
l,ot 13 Block ^. Han pton Park, 1
lt..,.k i> l>age 5R, iintalnlng 1 1 x. n s
in.,1 or lei-. in 1 h. 1 'ounl j ol 1 ludi,
Mate of Florida, as embraced In
Certificate No IMS Thi ossessm.-nl
.1 aald prop. 11> nnd. r 1 hi vald -
tlflcat. Issued was in the name ol
i.'.'ii \ Kiimraermau ,v Frieda,
liOl A. Ilia.-ah lllh Add A Rl lb .
I'lai Book 32 Page K0 In the 1
of Had... state ..f Klorlda, as in
1 in c rtlflcat. No 2131. The
iissessmeni ..1 said proper I) ,:i,l.
the -aid certlflcati Issued was in the
name of i..:ih silvers
This deed iii hi led suhj.-ci lo
"") "ih.....itatandlng delinqueui CRj jC'
... Ilial.,,1, tax. ntP
\a.x i Block I, Tennyson Heights,
Plal B.iok 19 Page 11 in the County
lf Had.. Btte of Florida, as ,.,,,.
1 in Certificate Nn 3194, i'h
aaneaVmeni of said property umi. r
the Mid Certificate -n.,l was In the
mime of l.uella B Is Bki aar.
1 01 : Block :', Cqmmi rclal I.Rs 1 .
City, I'l.u n,.ok :. Pag< In the
Count! of \>.u\,, State of Florida. ,-
embraced in Certificate Nn 1204 Tloi
asseasmeni of said property nnd.. Hie
tald Certificate Issued was In the.
nain. ..1 Bala) C'.mImih
i.,.t 16 Block I, r,Th si Highlands,
I'lat Book 24 Page 7tt in th.- County
of Had. Stat.. ol Florida, a-
' r>. ad In Yi 1 flcnte No 1247. The
aasessmenl of said propert) under
the aald certificate Issued was in th.'
name of David Shi. Ids.
Let IT Blocg I. T.th Kt. Highland!
Flat Hook ;i Fait.. 70 in the. Count)]
of Had. Stat,. of Florida
on
: da) >! I .,'.ml,.1, X H. I!U'i8
SAMIKI. ,;. d.HSrilIN
.x- Executes.
Fii-Mt publication ..f this notice
the .iwii da) <>i 1 .-.mh.-r, iHti8.
OOLDMAN, UOLDSTEIN .X:
PACZ1KR
Attorneys for Executor
:i"i \v. Klagler Street,
XI.ami. Fla. 33133
I 8-l3>20
County Courthouse In Had.- County,
Klorlda, within six calendar months
from the lime of th. first liubllcatlon
hereof, or th. same "ill be barred
i 'at- ,i ai Miami, i-"i..i Ida, this
day of December, x l> 1966
ALKREI) \v. FiKB
CAR] BEN i: i' I. I .!: V
Aa Executors
Klrat publics lion .! ih h notice
on the 22nd duy of December, 1986.
BERNSTEIN .x Mll.l.iu
Vttorm y for Rxe. uturs
19 xx. .-i Klagi r St., Miami, Fla.
12 23-30 I '6-13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUF ~
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 73100B
In RE Kstate of
ISAIMIRK I! SXi'KS
I.....used
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To VII Creditors and All Pel
Ifaviiuj Claims ..r Demands Agali
s.ii.1 Batute:
You a n her" notified and r
qulr. d to i m any claims and d
man.is which you max hav. again
the the estate of ISXIuiRK It. SACK -
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 73265 A
in RE: Estate oi
Morris ni.i'Mi:\Fi:i.ii,
i i. iaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
and Xil
11, man.Is
Pi i sons
Vgainst
not Ifled a nd re-
am i.i .ins and
may have agalnsi
To Ail Credit
Having Claimr
Said Estate:
X'oii ... hi i h)
d t.. pr. nt
I. truinds in. h \ .ui
the estate of MORRIS BLI VI EN I BLB
,i..as.a late ..i Hade County, Flor-
ida lo ih. Couni) .liul^. of Hade
County, and file th. um. n duplicate
and a.s uro> id. d in Section i31 16,
Klot Ida Statut. s, in I heli offli es in
the Count) Courthous. n Mad. Coun-
rlila, aIthin -is ah ndar
from the time the flral
i -.t 1.- i hun of, or the sama \% ill
. bai
Bated ul Miami, Klorlda, this 17th
da v ol December, x l 1966,
s VMUF.I, il i-i.i MENKEI.O
As Vdmii
First publication of this notice on
h da) ..I I.....nber, .
kxiwck. KINK a FORM \N
Altorn.)s for x I
. 'ongress RldK Miami. Pla.
12 .;.. 1 ..
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 73307-A
In RE: El late ol
i'kikhx i:im:i.i..
I', egaod,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
p., xii Creditors and All r
d in l-ertlflcate \o -is Th.'said Bfitati
llavina claim- or Demands
IIS
X^.illi-l
'.,':.",;' ,i"..... >' .....ih
xi,..mi. Florida, th,
v mher, x n I
' x -i 111 i:t v ,- xii:\s'i.ky
i- x- i:...,, .
-
I Ml, v
IK '. '
V.'. -K THMAN
\- HHELDON N l.l i.cihk
for Petitions
, Bulldlna
Miami, Flonda 1/6.K1.:
m. nt of mild property under the
said certificate Issue. I wan in th.i
n:........f David Shields.
I"'' Is B.....k i 7Mh st Highlands,
Plal Book '.M Par.. 7o in th.. Count) ol
I ide, State ..f Florida. .,- i ml -
in c.-rtifi.-at. No 2149 The assess-
i i propel i) under thi
, .-i i ricati I sued wai In i he im n
David Shields
1 Ik .....i tii'i,- i be
redeemed n< i nrdlna to prop-
ert) ,i.-. rlbi d herein III b< sold I.i
Ih. It rh. bl Idi i al th. i 'oui I Horn
11 III.' fll H| \|. -I I ;,, Th.
monl h of i' -ii v.l
I u-\ A I
l>nt.,i this 3rd da) of Fan
AH
i: l: LBATHERM VN
Clerk c ii
Had.- County, Plorlda
IS. all B) P. K (lll.l'STKAMl
Heouty Cl. rk
l/8-i::
oui
d. r
You are her.
i.y n..tin. ,i and i
nt an) claims a nd
manda which you ma.\ hn
Ihi .-lat.- of i 'i:i i i x i:i.i:i,i.
di ...-. .i late ol i ...!. ..Miit\. Flor-
ida, to the ''.-inn j .i tidn. ,,t l lade
. 'ount) ami i ii. i hi -., nu n dui
and as pro* Id. d in Scctl
Florida statin, s. in thel........- In
11,, i "iHinl v i ",.,irth,.ii-. in I v., .', in
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 72684-B
In RE: Kstat. of
xi vRi; xi:i:t a PATTERN! >N,
IH eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn All 'redltor* and All Pi i -..-
I la vina Claims or Demands Against
.-., d Estat.
You are In r. by notified nnd required
lo pr. -.in I) luinis and ,i, ma nds
U In, Ii ) oil m i) ha \. BKlUm t thi
tale of xi VIP! VRI '!' x r.x r i i:i:.-. N,
deceased !..t. Had.- County, Klor-
lda to ih.- Count) Judges .a i'...I.
'ount). .ni'\ file he same In d iplk ate
and a- proWded in >' i lion
Klorlda Stan s, In their ol flcea In
thi Count .-. in Dud. Coun
I \ Klot Ida. u II hin i\ all ids!
in.>ni hs rum t'., n, of hi r i -i
publ ai Ion hi r. of, or i he -.. me ill
, i red.
Bated al Miami, Klor ^>
day "i I > i i-. i. xi. i.....
ci.AI: x x PELT
x .
publication of this ,
1 h. :' :> .1 .1.. \ ,.i i., mi,. ..
Ml >RRIS .1 XX VT
x i torn, y for Ex.i ,i :\
lath I- i.,..i Had< i :. i Building
Miami, Klorlda
-i-i 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 66C134&2
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
AH XXI I TAX I.. IR,
P ulntlff,
\ s
SYLVIA B. TATLOR.
I t. ndant,
I I HYLVIA K T XYl.ell
K Ild ^:r.-. I
API ...'-xi
Ni v\ Y.-ik. \. m York
fOI ARE HKRHBV notified
a 'omplalnl ',-i IHvorce has
11 .i agalnsi \nu, ami \,, i ,
r...|iili. .1 io s. .. a cop
Ii used lat. of i >a.i. i 'ounty, Flo
ida. to th, County Judges ol I-
County, ami file ih. same In lupllca
an ..- provided In Section "3;l 16, Kl'.
i.la Statutes, in their offices in tl
Count) Courthous.. in Dad. Count
Florida, within -i\ calendar mvnti
from the ti ne "l the first ptlblioal
li,r.-..i. ,,r the same will be baiTe.l
Dated al Miami. Klorlda, this b
lay of I ml,, i. A. I I I 966.
(JBRSON 1. BAI Ks
As Bhecutor
Klral publlcatloii ,.t this notice
th. 16th da) of I ember, 1966.
.1. DAVID LIERMAN
\ tome) i Bai ka
60S Lincoln Road, Ml...... Beach, Kl.
i:' i.
\N THE COUNTY JUDGES COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 72968C
In RE: Estate ol
.i. iSEPHINE i' VRENT1
11, ,..,-.,I.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To VII und All P. r--
ii. Claims ..i H. manda A g

You a i h. r. i.v
qulr. .' i" preaeni
demands which ioii
Hi. .ill of H 'Sld'HIM: PARi
I H.iiiro. County, N'.
York, t., the Count) J Dll
i: ,i ii. th. same in tl
., nl as pi..-. i.i. .1 in Hi
Klorlda Statutes, in their fflc.
he County Court! In 1 ade l
t\. Kli rlda, a Ii hin -i\ pi l<
montha from th. time of th.
p .i-ii.., 11 n hi reof, ... th.-
b. i...: I
i this 13th da) of Oi tobi
X H
f>H VCE l'i l.i'Z
\- x ilia tecutrlx
Ion of :In- i .,ii-
th. if Deceml
XVXI.TI.KS MOORE .x COSTANZO
\ f.l PetItin
l K>8 Viusle) llldg., Miami. Klorlda
i: ii
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S CQUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 73135-A
I i RR; Entail <
\i x\ F VDRI VN
and
a in cut ins .,
ma) hax anam
!
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditors and All I'm-
in, r lorldi 11111II iv al ndar
n the time ol
public: tlon hi ...... or III.. Mill
, i... i i. d
Ban 1 ai XI .nn. Pi rlda, Ihls 27th
,'..% ,i H in X 1 ..
i M 1. I Ill tl. Is ... .\ V
X- 1 s.
puhl ..i ..ii
N I.. SPAKI
- Ulvd
Miami. I 113]
U' :;u l I-13-10
thai
b. n
h. i. b)
,,in .. I,
mpla ni on ih. Plain-
i hi'- an,,rn, .. i.i:.-- ri:i: i;. ; i-i:s
nil.-.....dr. ...... S W i lth -
XI I'-
.l ol : hi Vnswei u the
Offlci erk ol in, Kiev, nth
I
I
B VTKD h da) ,-i
B. B HERMAN
B) P d CLAM i
. i K
13 31 3d 1, f,-u.
I'..
s.i id Esta
Jfou ., hi
luired lo pn senl
.1. munds hi. h i
the KtalO I xi x\
r I ma ir i- Aga m-
i. lifted and
an) la I ma
may ha i aga i
K A Hill \
,i.....-. o ini.
la. to tl
I '0U|lt) and 111
and
f I i.i... I I
>unt) Judg. a of l
-i n
Florida Stain i tl
the 'ourthous. In Ha
I.. iiliin s\ rali

.
l 'XI
....
IANNAH VHBIAN
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I ,
RONSON
Al I.-' n. .... Vdl
613 ah.-i. ) Bids Miami, Pla
12 23-30 I I


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*
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