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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
January 13, 1967

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Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
January 13, 1967

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:01980

Related Items

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

Full Text

"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 40 Number 2
Miami. Florida. Friday, January 13, 1967
Two Sections Price 2Z NEW ENGLAND
CONFAB SPEAKER
Teddy Views Immigration Progress
By ROBERT SEGAL
migration, celebrating the first enough to suit him. Not on the cause of just immigration policies
"To awaken within them the ann'v great shame ..." immigration act which he had grandfather, the late John F. Fitz- service
It was young Sen Edward M. h*,ped '" sU'er ,hrolln Senate geraWi carried his humane views
i Ted' ) Kennedy of Massachusetts snoals on this issue to Congress more
speaking. He was addressing a Young Ted was departing from than a half century ago Pres-
New England Conference on Im his text The text wasn't vigorous ident Kennedy championed the Continued on Page 6-A
It had taken the Kennedy!
and hundreds more, incensed bv
SIM. KINNIDY
'freer sham*'
FRAT'S PROJECT
Destroy Syrian Tanks
In New Border Battle
Order Cross
Ousted From
' Public Park
EUGENE, Ore (JTAi A
51 ft neon-lighted concrete cross
on a hilltop in a public park over
lookini citj oi "O.ooo was oi
ii.it.! noved this week by a
Lane ( i unty Circuit Court Judge
following i complaint filed by l"
local residents represented t>\ Leo
Pfeffer, special counsel <>f the
American Jewish Congress
The Ci .plaint was filed b> two
Congregationalists, two Unitarians,
an Episci alian. a Jew, a member
of the Bahai sect, and three Hu-
manists, on the basis that the cross
Stands on public property and thus
violates the constitutional princi-
ple oi church-state separation.
The idea for the concrete crosj
there have been wooden
crosses atop the hill in the park
since 1936, all of which were
blown down by the wind and
weather originated with the
Alpha Phi Omega Fraternity at
TEL AVIV (JTA) Syrian
tank gunners started shelling a
tractor cultivating a hitherto un-
disputed field in the Tel Katzir
area near Lake Tiberias Monday
after a relatively quiet morning
It was the sixth attack by Syrians
in the area since Jan. 1. No Israeli
casualties were reported in the
latest shooting
Israeli tanks returned the fire
and destroyed two Syrian tanks
and damaged another, an Israeli
spokesman reported. The return
fire silenced the tanks, he said In
another sector Syrians fired a num-
ber of automatic bursts in cover-'
ing Syrian penetrations into Is-
raeli territory in the area.
The tank battle began within
two minutes after the Syrian
firing began at the tractor. Is-
raeli tanks were moved into po-
sition and opened fire. One
Continued on Page 6-A
Eshkol Raps Zionists
In Actions Group Talk
Continued on Page 2-A
Budget Dips
12 Percent
For Agency
JERUSALEM (JTA) A
four-day plenary session of the
Jewish Agency took up this week
the Agency budget for the next
fiscal year. The Jerusalem section
of the Agency proposed a budget
of SI07.000.000. a 12 percent drop
as compared with recent budgets
The Session was followed b\ IBS
sums of the World Zionist Actions
Committee, the ruling body ol the
World Zionist Organization be-
tween World Zionist Congresses
Meanwhile, the World Zionist
Organiiation Committee on Re-
organization completed a session
this week with a number of basic
reorganization proposals for the
structure of the Zionist move-
ment. The committee wa* named
by the last World Zionist Con-
gress.
One ot the proposals was that,
in every country where Zionist
Continued on Page 11-A
JERUSALEM (JTA) An
attack on leaders of the Zionist
movement, which reminded listen
era of similar attacks made by for
mot Prime Minister David Hen
Gurion, was voiced here Sunday
by Prime Minister Levi Eshkol at
the opening session of the Zionist
Actions Committee, which is the
highest ruling body of the Zionist
movement between World Zionist
Congresses. More than 2,000 guests
attended the opening session,
which was also addressed by Dr.
Nahum Goldmann. president of the
WZO. and Jacob Tsur. chairman
of the Actions Committee.
The Zionist movement. Premier
Eshkol said, has passed many fine
resolutions which included en-
couragement of immigration and
of Jewish learning. But what had
the Zionist movement done to im
plement these resolutions? Most
immigrants come even now from
countries where no Zionist move-
ment exists They were drawn to
Israel by factors which have not
been inspired by Zionist efforts,
including the very existence of
the State of Israel.
The Premier cited the fact
that of the many tens of thous-
ands of Jewish students, only
about 2,000 have reached Israel.
He expressed the opinion that
even this small number of stu-
dents were not always influenced
bv the Zionist movement in the
countries from where they came.
He also charged leaders of the
Zionist movement with "doing lit-
tle" to expand the network of
Jewish day schools and to further
Jewish education in their coun-
tries "If Zionist leaders would de-
vote their energy to implementing
their own resolutions, then there
might be moral force in the advices
they are dispensing freely," Mr.
Eshkol said.
Declaring that the existing cov-
enant between the Israel Govern-
ment and the Jewish Agency loses
its meaning unless it is backed by
deeds, the Premier said that it is
useless just to mention the exist-
ence of such a covenant which pro-
vides for formal recognition by the
Israel Government of the rights of
Continued on Page 5-A
JACQUES TORCZYNtR
German ambivalence
IN PARIS
New Version
Passion Play
To be Shown
PARIS (JTA) A new ver-
sion of the Passion Play staged
every ten years by the villagers of
the West German village of Ober-
ammergau will be presented in
Paris at the huge Palace of Sports
Stadium starting Jan. 19.
The original version presented
in Oberammergau was assailed last
year by the American Jewish Con-
gress as anti-Semitic. That version
is scheduled for presentation again
in 1970. The play deals with the
trial and crucifixion of Jesus.
The adaptation to be shown in
Paris, then in Britain, the United
Continued on Page 5-A
REMAINING FEW
Neo Nazis
May Force
Jews Out
By Special Report
WASHINGTON Jacques T
zyner, president of the Zionist
ganization of America, said tha
the "resurgence of neo Nazism in
Western Germany is the primary
cause of anxiety of world Jew -
leaders today." He warned tfa
"neo Nazism has assumed
alarming proportions that the
35.000 .lews now residing in Wc si
em German) should in time -.
thought tn planning to emigrat
from Germany lest it be too lat
lb' added that "the next
months will tell in what direct
the new government heade
Kiesingei will take."
Torczyner spoke at a meet
the national executive commit-
of the Zionist organization
America, the governing body >:'
the organization, held in the Shera
ton Park Hotel here. He had jus
returned from London and Pa'
where he conferred with top Jew
ish leaders from Europe. South
America and Israel who attendee
the London session of the govern
ing Council of the World Jew
Congress
The Zionist leader described
as "one of the strangest devel-
opments" the fact that some of
the foremost leaders of ultra-
nationalism, like Franz Josef
Strauss, member of the German
Cabinet, and Axel Springer,
noted publisher, were, at the
same time the staunchest sup-
porters of the State of Israel. He
mentioned that Springer,
through his publishing founda-
tion, is building a million dollar
new library for the Israel Mu-
seum in Jerusalem.
Torczyner said that in Eastern
Germany the Jewish community,
numbering only 3,000. is gradually
dying out. In Western Germany,
Continued on Page 8-A
*
EXPRESSES PROPOUND CONFIDENCE IN GERMAN YOUTH
Adenauer Doesn't See Nazis as Danger
BONN (JTA) Dr. Konrad
Adenauer, West Germany's formei
Chancellor, said here that he did
not consider tha extremist neo-
Nazi National Democratic Party as
a danger He expressed confidence
in German youth and said that
parties similar to the NDP had
been formed and disappeared with-
out a trace In West Germany in
the postwar period.
The NDP evoked worldwide con-
cern when it won Parliamentary
seats last November in state elec-
tions in Hesse and Has aria. The
former Chancellor expressed his
\ lews on the partj In an Inten lew
with "Well am Sonntag." He sug
gested that the German people
should be more self confident and
could then dispsense with extrem
ist nationalism.
Dr- Adenauer also said that
West Germany had "a certain
responsibility for Israel and we
must help Israel whenever we
can." He called his May, 1966
visit to Israel the most interest-
ing trip ne nad ever made. He
declared he could not under-
stand the hatred of the Arabs
for Israel, adding that his visit
had convinced him that "the
Jewish people does not want
anything but peace" with the
Arabs.
in Stuttgart, the citj n
th week a bid bj the e> I i
National Democratic Partj to
the Stuttgart city hall for an V
mass meeting The NDP respi
to the rebuff by filing a claim with
the administrative court to
Continued on Page 11 A


y^ige 2-A
nJcwrfff FhrMtan
Friday. January 13. 1967
Extremism, Black Power to be Eyed
NEW SLATE SUNDAY PACE 5-A
ABESS AWARD LUNCHEON PAGE 10-A
"Political Extremism: What it
S ortends for the Jew in America
nd in the South'" will be one of.
two important topics discussed in
ne opening morning session of the
nnnal meeting of the Florida re-
.ional board of the Anti-Defama-1
ion League of B'nai B'rith on!
-unday at the Dupont Plaza Hotel
The second topic is scheduled
as "Impact of Black Power on the
ADL."
The. morning session will pre-
cede luncheon meeting of the
board, at which the annual Leon-
ard L. Abess Award in Human
Relations will be presented
jointly this year to former U.S.
Sen. Harry Cain and the Metro
Community Relations Board.
Guest speaker at the luncheon
will be Cong. Charles Longstreet
Weltner, of Georgia.
i
Order Cross Removed
From Ore. Public Park
Continued from Page 1-A
he University of Oregon. The
students raised funds for the
cross and commissioned John
AHtucker of the Eugene Sand
and Gravel Compjny to design
Pre-School Opens
At B'nai Raphael
Registration tor the winter term
:i the B'nai Raphael nursery-kin
ergarten is now open. Mrs. Joan
'ohen is preschool director.
Afternoon sessions are held from
2 to 2 p.m.. in large classrooms
sith modern equipment, and chap-
roned transportation is available.
Limited enrollment assures each
hild individual attention from ex-
perienced members of the school
acuity who are certified and
icensed
Curriculum includes accelerated
eadinc readiness, new math con-
epts. Hebrew vocabulary, science
experiments, social rtndies, field
rips, arts and eraf:?. music and
lance.
and build a cross of concrete in
time for Easter 1964.
:. the fraternity applied for
\ permit, controversy arose on
university campus and in Eu-
iv No official action was taken
. by the city. With the approach of
Christmas 1964, Mr. AHtucker de-
cided to give the giant cross to
the city as a gift.
With no advance notice to any
one. workmen hauled the cross to
the top of Skinner's Butte on Nov.
28. 1964 and set it in place In
mid-December 1964. the Eugene
City Council by a vote of 7 to 1.
granted the necessary' building and
electrical permits all post facto,
which legalized the action of the
contractors and gave official sanc-
tion to the presence of the cross
on the city-owned hill.
In New York, Howard If. Squad-
ron, chairman of the AJCongress'
Commission on Law and Social Ac
tiOB; hailed the court ruling as a
"major victory for the religious
freedom and the constitutional
principle of church-state separa
i tion."
At the opening session, Judge;
William L. Pallot. chairman of the
League s Florida region, will offer
welcoming remarks. Henry E.
Wolff, newly-nominated chairman i
of the region, will discuss high-
lights of the executive committee
activities during the year.
Charles Goldstein, newly-nom-
inated chairman of the executive
committee, will discuss the Uni-)
versity of California research
project on anti-Semitism. San ford
M. Swerdlin, chairman of the Flor-
ida siai. a ition of B'nai
B'rith Lodges, and Florida ADL
chairman, will give a repoit on1
ADL Workshops throughout the
state.
Burnett Koth. member of the
il rial execute > committee of
VCP Women's Party
Miami V Lr.it of United .
Cerebral Palsj will have a card,
games and man | >ngg party at the
(enter, 1411 NW 14th .\ve at
7 30 p m Tnesdaj There will he
a fortune teller, prizes and refresh-
ment*
the League, and a trustee of the
Florida board, will discuss "The
Civil Rights Movement: The Back-
lash and Negro Anti-Semitism."
Mrs. Morton L. rVrry. member
of the Florida ADL executive com-
mittee, is scheduled in a discus-
sion of "The Catholic-Jewish Dia-
logue."
William M. Alper, newly-nom-
inated vice chairman of the
Florida board executive commit-
tee, and George J. Talianoff,
trustee of the board and chair-
man of its discrimination com-
mittee, will jointly discuss "The
Security of Jews in Florida and
the United States: Political Ex-
tremism."
Sam A. Goldstein, trustee of the
Florida hoard, and chairman of
the nominating committee, will
present the new slate of officers.
A good and welfare report will
be offered by Judge Milton A.
Friedman, trustee of the Florida
board and national commissioner
of the Anti-Defamation LeagUi
Judge William I. Pallot, outgoing
chairman of the board, will offer
dosing remarks.
Delegates from throughout the
State of Florida will arrive in Mi
ami this weekend to attend the
all-day annual board meeting.
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
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Friday. January 13. 1967
+Je*ist n-tifi tr
Page 3-A
I
Combined Jewish Appeal in High Gear
HIKSCHMANN AT WfSTV7EW DAY PAGE 9-A
John N. Serbin, prominent civic
and business leader, has been
named special gifts chairman of
the Mercantile Division for the
]967 Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign.
Campaign chairman of the 1957
drive. Serbin has served as vice
president of the Greater Miami
.lewish Federation, and is current-
Jy a member of Federation's board
of governors.
Byron J. Topol, chairman of
CJA's Mercantile Division, an-
nounced Serbin's acceptanca.
Topol noted that Serbin had
previously served as honorary
chairman of the Mercantile Di-
vision and was the recipient of
CJA's Harold B. Bosworth Mem-
orial Award presented in recog-
nition of Serbin's "dedication to
the welfare of our community
through Federation."
Serbin is a member of the na-
tional board of the National Con-
ference of Christians and Jews,
former co-chairman of its Florida
region, and a recipient of NCCJ's
Silver .Medallion Brotherhood
\u;uc! He i-. a trustee of Mount
Sinai Hospital, a beneficiary a;:en
\ of Federation, and was chair-
man of the It-Mil Heart Association
drive, Serbin is a oast president of
rVestview Country Club.
Owner of one o! the SOUth'S big
I esl dress manufacturing organ
zations, Serbin lias also held key
i ship positions w ith tli-
'nitiil Fund of Dade County ami
tVelfare Planning Council.
Dr. Lchrman Talks
Dr Irving Lchrman, spiritual
if Temple Finaiui El,
hairman of the 1984 and
bfned J< ish lpp< ..1 cam
paigns, will be guest speaker at a
breakfast of Brickell 'lown House
tin-- Sundaj morning, on
behalf of the i!i(i7 CJA drive.
Dr. S. Fred Singer, chairman
of the Brickell Town House-
CJA campaign, said that the
breakfast will be held at 10 a.m.
in the Brickell Town House
Pantry and Parlor.
Members of the CJA Brickell
Town House include Nathan Bril-
liant. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bros-
toff, Samuel ('hussy. Richard Fs
en. Marshall Fisher. Miss Evalin
it. Samuel Gottlieb. Samuel
ay, Morris A. GtlSSOW, Sher-
vane. Mr. and Mrs. Roy J.
inial. Mr. and Mrs. George
mis, Iuis London, Dr. and
Irs. Donald Palay, Irwin M Rob-
bins. Mr and Mrs Martin I. Sand
ler. Mr. and Mrs Howard I. Sil
verstein, Jeffrey Yunis.
Communal Services
A campaign ^oal of $30,000 has
been set by the section chairmen
of the Communal Services Division
for the 1967 Combined Jewish Ap
peal campaign.
The section chairmen have al
ready reported a 28 percent in-
crease in their own ..ills to the
1967 < JA drive.
Edward Cohen, chairman ol the
Communal Services Division, said
thai "because :li<- individuals in
ths division are people en. a. pd in
day-to-day services in our commu-
nity agencies and organizati
thej are more keenlj aware of Ihe
importance of giving since they
a firsthand knov ledge "f
what their gift is d< i
The division encompasses a
wide scope of persons from the
employees at Mount Sinai Hos-
pital to the professors at the
University of Miami. It includes
rabbis, cantors, synagogue per-
sonnel, nursing and funeral
home employees, and individuals
from the social and welfare
fields.
"The implementation of a pay-
roll deduction plan in all levels of
this division will lead to a larger
number of gifts for the 1967 CJA
campaign,'" .said Cohen. "In many
of our agencies, the payroll deduc-
tion plan has proven most effec-
tive in enabling contributors to
upgrade their gift painlessly."
nderstanding
every family as if it were our very own. We
have always felt a special responsibility to
the community and we are grateful that It
has responded by making Garlick Parkside
the largest family-owned Chapels serving
Jewish families.
Garlick Parkside ,n Miami can make all arrange-
ments for service in New York. Garlick Parkside
in New York can make all arrangements in
Miami. One telephone call to any Garlick Chapel
in either city is all that is needed.
Funeral Directors for 76 Years
J. S. GARLICK
MEMORIAL CHAPELS, Inc.
OF NEW YORK CITY
720-71 st St. at Indian Creek Drive in Miami Beach
UNion 4-3774
Represented by: Blasberg Funeral Chapel
Lame S. Blasberg, F.D.
New York Bionthet
BROOKLYN, BRONX, QUEENS, MANHATTAN
Leaders of the Communal Serv-
ices Division are urging that indi-
viduals contribute one day's pay
as a minimum gift.
Section chairmen of the division
arc Rabbi Shimon Azulay, Hebrew
teachers; Herbert Berger, Karen
Ami; Cantor Jacob Bornstein, re-
ligious schools; Mrs. Jane Carver,
YM and WHA youth clubs; Sam-
uel Farber, nursing and convales-1
cent homes; Robert P. Forman,
local affiliated agencies: Dr. Ed-
ward J. Fox, U of M college staff;
Rabbi Max I.ipschitz and Rabbi
Solomon Schiff, co-chairmen, rab-
bis; Mrs. Milton Malakoff, syna-
gogue administrators; Rabbi Allen
Rutchik, temple youth groups:
Joseph Yanich. national affiliated
and community relations agencies;
and Leonard Zilbert, funeral
homes and cemeteries.
< *
Jewelry Group
Milton Weiss, chairman of the
1967 Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign, has announced the ap-
pointments of Morris Rabinowitz
and Al Levinson as co-chairmen of
the CJA's Jewelry Group.
"Mr. Rabinowitz has long been
an ardent supporter of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal," said Weiss.
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Volume 40
Number 2
Friday. January 13. 1967
2 Shevat 5727
New Straw In
Wind for Cooperation
The delicate balance of peace in
thfj Middle East once again seems
strained to the breaking point. Syr-
.an tanks shelled an Israeli tractor
cultivating earth in the Tel Katzir
area on Monday. Until now. the land
.nvolved was undisputed; but those
who have personally seen the na-
ture oi the terrain dividing Israel
horn her Arab neighbors know how
tenuous the entire arrangement is,
and just how easily flareups can
occur.
The latest Syrian attack is but
one more straw in the wind of in-
creasing Arab intransigence and
Palestine Liberation Organization
propaganda announcing the immi-
nent destruction of the Jewish State.
On the other hand, it is hearten-
ing to note that Gen. Moshe Dayan,
former Minister of Agriculture in the
Ben-Gurion regime, and Israel's
former chief of staff, reported plans
thil week for Israel-Jordan coopera-
tion on the exploitation of Jordan
River water and in the promotion of
tourism to both countries.
This comes on the heels of a Dayan pro-
posal some ten days ago in which the General
suggested as a long-term solution to the Middle
East condition a confederation comprisinq Is-
rael and Jordan.
No one suqgests that Gen. Dayan's opinions
are either official or acceptable to Israel let
alone to Jordan. But for the first time, a dis-
tinguished Israeli leader is speaking in positive
terms above and beyond a resolution of the
immediate quarrels separating the two coun-
tries. Once more, Israel shows her willingness
to search out every avenue toward peace.
Perhaps a beleaguered Arab nation may
now be willing to listen.
Temple Judea Consecration
Consecration weekend of the new Temple
Judea, beginning this Friday night, will climax
the festivities marking the erection of the
$750,000 facility across from the University ol
Miami
The Friday night service will bring together
Temple Judea's spiritual leader, Rabbi Morris
Kipper, with Dr. Robert L Kahn. of Temple
Emanu El, Houston. Tex., as guest speaker, and
Rabbi Robert Frazin. who has just arrived in
Miami as new director oi the South Florida
Federation of the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations.
One of the leaders oi the Reform move-
ment, and a chaplain with the Armed Forces
in New Guinea and the Philippines during
World War II, Dr. Kahn is a distinguished
American rabbi.
A virtual professional in radio and tele-
vision, and active in youth aflairs. Rabbi
Frazin will bring new levels oi creative energy
to UAHC affiliate congregations in our com-
munity.
As guests at Temple Judea's consecration
Friday night, they will help the temple family
. celebrate a memorable occasion in its history.
Abess Human Relations Award to former U.S.
Sen. Hany Cain and the Metro Community
Relations Board.
Since his arrival in Miami. Sen. Cain has
assumed a leading role in the civic and phil-
anthropic affairs of this community, adding his
talent, eloquence and insight to the solution
of South Florida's many welfare problems.
The CRB. since its establishment here in
1963, has helped inestimably in maintaining
Miami's racial harmony at a time in our na-
tion's affairs when explosive tensions and in-
jured feelings mark the civil rights revolution.
At the award presentation ceremony, Cong.
Charles Longstreet Weltner, the man who de-
clared "I will give up my office before I give
up my principles" when he refused to support
Lester Maddox for the Georgia governorship,
will be guest speaker.
The Florida ADL morning business session
will focus on such pivotal issues as "Political
Extremism What it Portends for the Jew in
America" and "Impact of Black Power on
the ADL"
In all, Sunday's annual ADL meeting should
be both interesting and informative.

ADL Board Meeting
The Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
will hold its annual Florida board meeting in
an all-day session on Sunday at the Dupont
Plaza Hotel.
Hundreds of deleqates from throughout the
state will arrive here this weekend to take part
In the deliberations.
A principal feature of the meeting will be
tr.e presentation of the annual Leonard L.
uring the week
... as i see it
MtM
by 1C0 MINDLIN

Mr. Eshkol Attacks
Prime Minister Eshkol tore a page from the
book of his predecessor in his address before
the opening session of the Zionist Actions Com-
mittee in JerusVem on Sunday. Previously,
attacks against the Zionist movement seemed
to be the exclusive province of former Prime
Minister Ben-Gurion.
But Mr. Eshkol did not seem to be reticent
about telling the 2.000 guests attending the
opener that the Zionist movement is tb/. author
of what he called "many fine resolutions" on
the encouragement of immigration to Israel and
on Jewish learning.
In the face of these, he charged that Zion-
ism does nothing to implement them.
It would be difficult to set Mr. Eshkol's
criticism aside, except to add a sympathetic
note that the Zionist movement does without a
doubt understand its shortcominas has, in
fact, understood and recoqnized them from the
earliest days of Israeli independence.
We may aqree with the Prime Miniter
but we must do more than aet nnorv with him.
We must help bridae the qap between theory
and practice, without reaard to any sentimental
view of past Zionist achievements.
ISRAEL'S PROBLEMS are
* more than military these
days. They are political and
economic, as well. This does
not suggest that the military
difficulties can therefore be
SSI aside A* In the past, the
Nov. 13 raid oo Joroan still
finds Israel in the position of
being ostracized; while the
forces criticizing the action
fail to take into account the
continuing Arab provocation. It would be hard to remember when this
monolithic view of the Middle East did not repeatedly place Israel
at a disadvantage. What ooes make things different is that tor the
first time even her friends are uncertain of the propriety of the raid.
Even more, the division of opinion is shared by many Israelis,
themselves, who fail to understand why it was neceSMry to attack
Jordan, when Syria was clearly at fault As a consequence, l > far as
the recent ho.stilit.es arc concerned. Israel does not present a unified
wall of opinion that feels both injured by a prejudiced world and
nevertheless determined to prevail that easily shakes iff the slings
and arrows of sanctimonious American foreign policy Suddenly, it
makes sense to some Israelis that the campaign against Hussein was
a campaign against themselves, and thai Israel will hav little to
gloat about in the event Hussein falls
The reasoning here goes all the way to the unhappy conclusion
that the Nov. 13 raid contributed to compromising the Jordan mon-
arch's claim to immunity against downfall. If the seemingly fictional
force known as the Palestine Liberation Organization was an untested
quantity before, it is less so now if only because of its increasingly
threatening gyrations over Hussein's failure to fight back: while every
Jordanian move against the PLO since then has contributed to Hus-
sein's growing vulnerability in almost geometric progression

TtKKITOKIAl tXPANSION HO lOWGf* A PROBABILITY
THERE IS HENCE a valid case for the reasoning of some Israelis,
who today regard the Nov. 13 action as a kind of self-destructive
exercise in military exhibitionism that short of attacking the real
culprit. Syria, it would have been better to show restraint and do
nothing than to take it out on Jordan. For there was no secret in the
fact that Hussein fears the P1X) and what it represents at least as
much as Israel and possibly even more.
This national doubt is balanced by the right-wingers, who have
never given up on their dream of "straightening" Israel's eastern
border. To them, an Arab attack against Jordan signifies Israeli
justification for invasion and take over There is more poor political
and economic reasoning here than could be easily explained.
Suffice it to say that we live in a world where conquest is no longer
recognized as a means of territorial expansion, where expansionism
under any circumstances is held in disrepute, and where only the
great powers can realistically think in terms of war withou* neces-
sarily also thinking in terms of annihilation.
But even the great powers are hampered by the understanding
that wars, to be "successful." must necessarily be limited. All-out
eflorts. such as those of World War II. are today things of the past
that would have to mean holocaust and. hence, international disaster.
Even for them, aggression can finally come to mean annihilation.
As a consequence of these and other insights, the New York
Times suggested last week that Israel could no longer take comfort
in the intramural Arab struggle, which now focuses on Jordan, and
which temporarily displaces Israel "as the priority target for Arab
terrorism" because Israel would confront "agonizing choices if Hus-
sein were supplanted by a militant Palestinian regime taking its cues
from Cairo or Damascus or. indeed, staking its own claim for Arab
nationalist leadership."

MONOLITHIC VffW MO LONGIK MDK1ABU
AS THE TIMES sees it, Israeli leaders can do no less than disturb
** those who continue to defend the Es Samu raid "and even argue
that it strengthened Hussein's position." Adds the Times: "No attack
that seemed to demonstrate the incapacity of Jordan's Army to de-
fend the kingdom could strengthen the King. The Israelis should stop
talking nonsense and refrain from any moves that could further
weaken his position."
As I have suggested, these are views that some Israelis, them-
selves, share and possibly for the first time. The monolithic view
is no longer necessarily the patriotic view. Neither is the cleavage
entirely the consequence of these alternative military perceptions.
Again, as I have already suggested, political and economic divergences
in public opinion play an important role here, each dependent upon
the other.
For example, jobless workers in Petach Tikvah rioted last week,
smashing windows and furniture in the Labor Council offices there.
A planned march by some 150 demonstrators on the mayor's office
in a nearby municipal building was stopped when police dispersed
the workers. This is in direct contrast to the orderly social picture
of the Government and the people of Israel since independence. To
understand the change is simply to consider this unhappy prediction
by the Bank of Israel, the Economic Planning Authority and the Israel
Treasury for 1967: Unemployment in Israel may rise even higher in
1967 before it hopefully declines toward the end of the year.

MOT M OUir CASl IN POINT
THE IMPACT OF THIS is best placed in perspective when studied
against figures for 1966. during which unemployment averaged
60.000 persons, or seven percent of the work force, almost double the
average of joblessness in 1965. What emerges here is the eroding
recognition that, for the first time, Israel faces internal difficult** un-
matched since her establishment as a nation.
Rumors and statistics concerning wages and employment have
flown hot and heavy since the initial anxieties over them voiced early
last year. Things are now getting to the point where members of
the Israel Manufacturers Association some ten days ago studied de-
mands by Premier Eshkol that they provide more jobs in export
production in return for the Premiers efforts to ease scheduled
increases in cost-of-living allowances.
This sort of dealing focuses on the probable center of national
duress: doubts about the Premier, himself Meir Bareli. a member of
the editorial board of "Davar," one of Israels leading newspapers,
and organ of the Premiers own Kapai Party, warned in an article
last week: "Levi Eshkol if you will resign now. it will be an honorable
act; but if you will procrastinate, you will descend to the level of
Continued on Pag* 11-A


Friday January 13. 1967
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HENRY WOLFF NEW CHAIRMAN OF REGIONAL BOARD
Florida ADL to Elect Slate Sunday
A DM n with a long and dis-
tinguished record as a civic, com-
munal aid religious leader will be
nomin;:!-d as the new chairman
of the Florida regional board of
the Anti-Defarration league of
B'nai B'fltD at the League's annual
meeting this Sunday at the Dupont
Plaza HoteL
He is Henry E Wolff, who will
be sucreeding Judge William L
Pallott o the post.
The annual board meeting will
be dedicated to the memory of
the u*e distirguished historian
and jthor, Harry Simonhoff,
who passed away here on Oct. 4.
Mr. Simonhoff was among found-
ers end the first chairman of
the Florida AOL regional office
here.
At the election session. Charles
Goldstein will be nominated as
chairman of the executive commit
tee. succeeding Henry E. Wolff.
Otht i officers to be nominated
at th neetir.g will be Leonard L.
Abets, nonoraiy chairman; Sidney!
Aronevtz, Hart> Botwick, and Jos-
eph L Brechner, vice chairmen.
Charles Goldstein, chairman of
the executive committee; William)
M. A)i r. vice chairman, execu-
tive c< nmittee.
George Ktor.ergold. treasurer;,
and Dr bring l.ehrman, chaplain
of th ''lorida regional board.
Trustees *rt Or. Herbert M.
Baurr.ard, Jack M Fink, Judge
Milton A. Friedman, Sam A.
Goldi-tin, Oavid Forman, Dr.
Irvine, Lehrman, Mrs. Shepard
Lewis Benjamin Meyers, E. Al-
bert 'allot. Judge William L.
PalloV A. Oavid Rayvis, Burnett
Roth Ml L. Schneider, Hon. Paul
Seidttrnan, J-oge Sam I. Silver,
Sanfct i M. Swerdlin and George
J. Tc anoff.
Mei ie executive com
mitt. i Annis, Sid
ney I \i. Apfeloaum,
Georgi Brrr .\i Block, Mor
ton B Brow- Arthur Courshon,
Judgi rving en, Mrs. Dorothy
Kriegei Fin! Robert Friedman.
Mrs Mark Fuchs. \lm. Richard E.
Gei sti Ba.....> Gorinatein, Dr.
Arthin Hlrsch Mrs. Herman Kor
envai s Loui- Ossinsfcy Jr.. Mrs.,
Morto:> Lee Perry. Ben Salter. Rob-
ert I. shevir.. Robert H. Traurig,,
Ansel tVittettStein, Stephen Wolf-
son. Arthur Zimnaer, and Harry
Zukernick.
In addition, the chairmen of
Heary f. Wolff
Charles Goldstein
Harry Simonhaff
state, regional, and council offices ward of 30 years. Wolff is presi
of B'nai B'rith are ex-officio mem
bers of the executive committee.
Born in Louisiana and raised in
Alabama, and a Miamian for up-
dent of the realty and mortgage
firm bearing his name.
He is a one-time national
board member of the National
Eshkol Raps Zionists
In Actions Group Talk
Continued from Page 1-A
the Jewish Agency. "There has
been much criticism of the Zionist
movement and it is in your power:
to refute it.*- he told the 107 vot-
ing members of the Actions Com-
mittee and the 28 virilist" mem-'
bers who have no voting right.
Dr. Goldmann. in his opening
address, said that the present crisis
which is now developing in Israel
is the worst the country faced dur-
ing the 18 years of its existence,
but the moral and psychological
aspects of this crisis are its most
disturbing feature.
Criticism in Israel, the president
of the World Zionist Organization
declared, l- enormously exagger-
ated; the Israeli press is bringing
onlj negative sides of the picture;
the population is engaged in pro-
liferating jokes unworthy of the
great Jewish sense of humor
"These jokes." Dr. Goldmann
Stressed, "are neither funny nor
gentle they are horrid."
The situation in Israel today.
Dr. Goldmann continued, is a re-
sult of policies of all previous
governments and the blame can-
not, therefore, be put on one or
another party. The halting of Is-
rael's economic boom was inevit-
able and must be borne with
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phasized that "at this hour, the
Zionist movement, which had
founded the State of Israel has
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Israel." He called for solidarity
and stressed the fact that Israel
is one of the greatest achieve-
ments of all mankind.
Turning to the situation in Ger-
many. Dr. Goldmann said the rise
of the National Democratic Party
in West Germany which is clas-
sified as a neo-Nazi party can-
not be considered a Jewish prob-
lem because there are not many
lews today in Germans, but should
he a problem for the whole demo
cratic world. At the same time, he
I-. ised against ignoring Germany
because of personal feelings %
some individuals.
As long as these reelings remain
personal, he declared, they should
be accorded ever}, respect, how-
ever they should not be exploited
for political purposes. He cited the
fact thai the same people who ac-
cept personal restitution payments
from Germany often vilify those
who execute the difficult task of
protecting Jewish interests in their
contact with Germans. The Zionist
Congress and the Israel Parlia
ment, he pointed out. have de-
cided to recognize Germany, add
ing that it must be taken also into
consideration that Germany has
contributed much to Israel's
strength.
Federation of Temple Brother-
hoods and has served as vice
chairman of the national board
of trustees of the Union of
American Hebrew Congrega-
tions.
He is a past president of Temple
Israel of Greater Miami and its
Men's Club, and has served as
president of the Foundation Fund
for Temple Israel.
A past member of the board of
governors of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, he is a past
board trustee of Cedars of Leb-
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the Citizens Advisory Committee
of Mount Sinai Hospital, past pres-
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change Club, and past president of
the Mortgage Bankers' Association
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Goldstein currently serves as
vice chairman of the committee.
He has been on the ADL's execu-
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Blume said in Paris that one of
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Teddy Views Immigration Progress
Continued from Pago 1-A
*he "groat shame" of our racist
immigration laws, to got the im-
portant changes by which the in
'amous national origins quota
system will be fully done away
with by July 1. 1968. Ted Ken-
nedy enunciated his strong be-
lief "that the new law is a sound
basis on which our country can
build a truly progressive and
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Syrian Tanks
Breach Israel
Border Again
Continued from Page 1-A
Syrian tank immediately caught
ire. Other Syrian tanks joined
he fray and the Israeli tank
:unners trained fire on them.
Heavy l la< k
.:. ,| later ii was
i that another Syrian tank
. i been destroyed. Crews of two
tanks were seen running
: m their tai ks afti r hit.- were
s ired on them
Children of villages in the Tel
Katzir area remained in sbfilters
during the attack. The second in-
> del involved small arms and
. titi natie fire in the Ashmoia area
In the 11viloIi region. No casualties
vert reported from that area. Fir-
jhsided and both sides agreed
ti a United Nations request for a
c a- 'in
(In Washington, Stale Depart-
ficials said todaj that the
L'nited States was observing de-
lopments on the Israeli-Syrian
on tier in connection with the
n_ episodes ol recent days*
One looked over the audience
and mused on the vagaries of
Americas immigration policy. In
1952. when the McCarran-Waltcr
Law was enacted, we had not many
more than 150,000.000 people in
the United States. Now, we are
close to 200,000,000. Critics of im-
migration liberalization in 1952
said we had no room; now they
find we have. In 1952. the profes-
sional patriots. anti-Semites like
Merwin K. Hart, and a majority of
our lawmakers wanted to freeze j
the immigration quotas, if not
shrink them.
The 1952 testimony of Mrs. J.
Frederick Roe. representing a sec-
tion of the DAR before the U.S.
Commission on Immigration and
Naturalization, is a fair sample:
"The act is not an indulgence in
xenophobia, general or special.
Neither is it an acceptance or
declaration of anj dogma of racial
supremacy. It is, in quality and
essence, a recognition ol the prin-
ciple of assimilability ... It is not
ant: foreign, It does not discrim-
inate upon the grout ds ol birth
or color."
Yes, one looked over the New
ml assemblage delighted with
the approaching death of the na-
tional origins quota and wondered
about something else: why was it
so difficult to get a corporal's
guard out for meetings to rescue
victims from Hitler in the late
1830's and 1940s and so easy now
to get up an overflow meeting
about immigration?
One answer, of course, is that
a much larger segment of the
American populace agrees with
Ted Kennedy about awakening
the shame within the nay-sayers.
Another factor is that we are
rescuing those oppressed by
Communism now, not Fascism.
When the brave people of Hun-
gary face the guns of their Red
masters and dare death in flight
or when Cubans courageously
flee Castro, we have room, we
have room.
But in 1939, when the Congress j
of the United States was bitterly
debating the Wagner-Rogers bill,
an emergency measure to admit;
20,000 refugee child victims of the i
Nazis outside our quota system, op-
position was so strong that the|
bill was never even brought to a j
vote; and victory was left to the \
grave and the Nazi gas chambers.
Those pitiable children, yearning
for asylum from legalized geno-
cide, were even referred to in the ]
halls of the Congress of this free.
land as "potential leaders of a re-1
volt against our American form
of government embittered
children of undesirable foreign-;
era."
We had no room, we had no
room.
When our first national origins
quota law was passed in 1924. Sen
ator David Aiken Reed of Pennsyl-
vania was scarcely challenged in
saying: "I think the American peo-
ple want us to discriminate, and I
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such, not by virtue of their dis-
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the agonized need of their op-
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members of immigrant families are
joyfully united in America: the
disgraceful Asia Pacific Triangle
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Department knows it is being
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Friday. ]cr.uory '.3. 1967
Neo Nazis May Force Jews to Leave
Continued from Pg 1-A
21 percent of the Jews are over 60
years of age; while in Eastern
Germany, over 80 percent are over
f'O years of age. In East Berlin only
J4 Jews are under 20.
The Zionist leader further re-
torted that it is the present con-
census of world Jewish leaders
that "anti-Semitism will not be the
r.ain base of propaganda of the
neo-Nazis but virulent hostility
against Israel and against contin
jed indemnification payments to
ctims of Nazis.'
He further added that "as long
;:s the present economic situation
;n Western Germany remains in a
relatively prosperous stage, violent
anti-Semitic trends will not take a
galloping pace However, should
the predictions of economic ex-
perts that unemployment in
1967 may reach a total of 500.000
11 realized, the neo-Nazi move
rent will win vast numbers of
tw followers.
The Zionist leader strongly
deplored the present attitude of
the U.S. State Department in
"adopting a policy of silence to-
ward the resurgence of neo-
Nazism." He cited the common!-
caHotl from Secretary of State
Rusk, sent to New York Build-
ings Commissioner Moerdler, in
reply to his warning on Nazi
resurgence. In his reply. Rusk
stated that "any comments on
our part would be regarded as
direct American interference in
the domestic affairs of a friend-
ly and democratic country."
Torczyner termed this argument
as 'specious reminiscent of the si-
lence by the Western World dur-
ing the Hitler epoch. The State
Department." Torczyner said, "con-
veniently glosses over the fact
that it was the U.S. that helped
Western Germany regain its might
and prosperity. It also ignores the
historic fact that Hitler at first
received less than 3 percent of the
CIVIC UADtR NAMED
Milton Sirkin
Succeeds Arkin
As Kiwanis Head
Milton Sirkin. co-owner of the
1'iLido Hotel in Miami Beach, and
'cted civic leader, succeeds Jules
n as president of the Miami
h Kiwanis Club. Sirkin. who
vad previously served as vice pres-
was installed at ceremonies
: lasl week.
A resident of Miami Beach since
Sirkin is a founder of the
VM and WHA and is a former
ding fund chairman for the
Beach "Y He is a past president
cl the "Y," Civic League of Miami
teach. Lincoln Road Assoc. Pres-
- Council of Miami Beach.
Beach High Band Parents Assoc.
fiuted Fund of Miami Beach.
Sirkin has served on the board
cf directors of the Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Federation, Beach
Auditorium and Convention Hall
advisory board, Metro Zoning
Appeals Board, Bank of Miami
Beach board, and was a vice
president of the Better Business
Bureau.
is a past president of
Temple Emanu-El Brotherhood, di-
rector of Tempje Emanu-El. was
c( chairman of the 50th anniwi
sary parade committee for Miami
Beach, is a member of the cit> I
zoning board, a member of the
board of the Beach Symphony Or-
tnestra. Greater Miami Better
Business Bureau. Beach Taxpayers
Assoc. Chamber of Commerce.
Greater Miami Chapter of the
American Technion Society, Miami
Beach First National Bank and a
trustee of Israel.
The Beach Kiwanis Club, which
MflTON SIRKIN
sponsors the Key Club at Beach
High, lists among its members
Metro Mayor Chuck Hall. Miami
Beach City Councilmen Mai Eng-
ender and Bob Turchin.
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vote as compared to the close 8
percent polled by the neo-Nazi
National Democrat Party in Hes-
sen and in Bavaria."
The Zionist leader voiced par-
ticular concern over the support
given to ultra-nationalist organiza
tions by the youth from Western
Germany. including academic
youth, belonging to the German
traditionalist fencing fraternities.
"While they are not. strictly
speaking, Nazis, they represent the
right-wing extremists. It is alarm-
ing to contemplate that by 1971,
according to a survey. 250.000 fra-;
ternity members will be in leading
positions in German life. These
members had previously been
binned by the allies, after the
defeat of Hitler."
Torczyner called upon American
.lews to join Jews everywhere, in
mobilizing all enlightened demo-
cratic forces throughout the world,
including the truly democratic I
forces throughout the world, in-
cluding the truly democratic
forces in Germany itself, to com-
bat the menace of a resurgence of
neo Nazism.
Reviewing the situation of
Soviet Jewry, the Zionist leader
gave cautious praise to the re-
cent statement by Premier Ko-
sygin in Paris, pledging to per-
mit Soviet Jews to join their
relatives abroad. He termed this
statement as a "tentative formu-
lation of government policy,
which, if implemented, would be
an important step in the right
direction towards equality of
treatment of Soviet Jewry."
At this point. Torczyner stressed
the need of joint efforts by the
ISRAEL
Stay at the hotel
"in a class
by itself
United States and Soviet Russia to
bring about peace in the Middle
East. He voiced the view that (
world peace hinges more upon w\
detente between the United States
and Russia than upon winning the
support of Germany. Soviet Rus-
sia, being closer to Germany, is
better aware of the danger which
a nuclear armed and reunified
Germany would pose to the peace
of the world.
In voicing cautious optimism on
Kosygin's statement. Torczyner
pointed out that on July 19. 1965.
Premier Kosygin. in an address at
Riga, commemorating the 25th an-
niversary of I^tvia's accession to
the Soviet Union, condemned "rac-
ism and anti-Semitism as complete
ly alien to our society. Mr. Tore
zyner said that this was the first
time in decades that a high Soviet
leader had said this to a home
audience.
Dwelling on the present situ-
ation in Israel. Mr. Torczyner said
that the immediate concern of
Zionists is now Israel, which he
described as being in the grip of
a "severe economic recession,
coupled with great political un
certainty as a result of the con
tinuous division in the parties now
comprising the coalition govern-
ment under Premier Eshkol." He
reported that "Israeli leaders are
firmly convinced that only a gov-
ernment of unity, which would in-
clude the opposition parties. Gahal
(Liberals and Heruti and Rafi
(headed by Ben-Gurion) can help
overcome Israel's political and eco-
nomic crises.
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Erlich, second vice president; Ben-
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Tenenholtz. financial secretary;
Jack Chudakoff. sergear.t-at-arms;
Morris Epstein, honorary presi-
dent.
Judge Jack Falk, o! Miami
Beach, will be guest speaker for
the afternoon.
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-Jurist) ncrktiar?
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UADIMC PUBLIC Htm SCHtDUUP
Ira rlirschmann to Address Stag Dinner
At Westview's Federation Day Jan. 19
IBA MIISCHMANN
B'nai Zion Honors
National Leaders
Miami Beach Chapter. B'nai Zion.
tendered a breakfast reception to
ward Sharf. national president.
. d Mike Funk, associate national
asurer, on Sunday
\t the 9 a.m. event at the Rit?
.... Hotel. Mr Sharf presented
;> .barter to the Beach group. Hy-
an Flicgal. past national pres
was among gu lected at a recent meeting of
chapter were Samuel Reiser,
sident; Bernard Silver. Arthur
:::nan. vice prc-ident: Mrs
rtha Danglo. secretary treasurer.
Trustee^ include llyman .1. Flic
r "i!> Shearn. Solomon Bell
. Munis Yudouitz
Ira Hirschmann, consultant for
F. A. O. Schwarz. will be guest j
speaker at Westview Country'!
Club's WestviewFederation Day" j
scheduled for Jan. 19. Hirschmann j
will speak at the stag dinner con- i
eluding the day's events of a golf'
tournament and cocktail party on
behalf of the 1967 Combined Jew
ish Appeal campaign.
Since 1960. Hirschmann has
served as consultant to the United
Nations Relief and Works Agency
He was special inspector general
of the UN's Relief and Rehabilita-
tion Administration in 1946. and
headed a mission to Turkey where
negotiations were consummated.
for ten million dollars worth of
food for Italy and Greece.
Hirschmann was also involved
in the arrangements in Palestine
for the immigration of thous-
ands of displaced persons a
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contams an inside story of talks
with Nasser. BenCJuiion. Tito, and
King Hussein, and a formula for
breaking down refugee camps lead-
to peace in the Middle East.
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Sisterhood of Congregation Beth
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in the Dora August Hall
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"Y s" Women of the YM and
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Friday. January 13, 1967
SEN. CAIN, COMMUNITY REtATrONS BOARD TO BE HONORED
Abess Award Lunch Slates Weltner
At the luncheon session of the
annual hoard meeting of the Flor-
ida Region of the Anti Defamation
League of B*nai B'rith. former
U.S. Sen. Harry P. Cain will re
aive the annual l^onard L. Abess
Award in Human Relations.
The noon session on Sunday will
follow a morning meeting of the
board at the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
The Metropolitan Dade County
Community Relations Board will
receive the Abess Award jointly
with Sen. Cain. Certificates of
Appreciation will go to Dr. Jos-
eph R. Narot, spiritual leader of
Temple Israel and current chair-
man of the CRB; and Bishop
Coleman F. Carroll, of the Miami
Diocese, and the Rt. Rev. James
Bishop Carroll Dr. Joseph Narot
L. Duncan, presiding bishop,
Episcopal Diocese of South Flor-
ida, previous board chairmen.
Honoree Sen. Cain was mayor
of Tacoma. Wash., from 1938 to
1945. and was elected to the U.S.
Senate that year, where he served
until 1953. During his tenure, he
was appointed by President Eisen-
hower to the Subversive Activities
Control Board from 1953 to 1956.
He also held posts in these Senate
Subcommittees: Banking and Cur-
rency. Armed Services. Public
Works, and District of Columbia.
Since coming to Miami, he
took up duties as vice president
of the First Federal Savings and
Loan Association in charge of
community relations through
1961, and then in charge of busi-
ness development.
Since 1959. Sen. Cain has been
a member of the nine-man polity
studj committee of the Miami-
Dade County Chamber of Com
merce, executive committee of the
Governmenl eRsearch Council, vice
lenl ol the Tourism Council,
and chairman of the Speakers
.hi.
He has been \ ice pn sident in
[inane od ill In-
dustries, \ ice pn -.idem in i !.
oi finance of Senior Centers, Inc.
I m charge ol i
bership of tin- Urban League Greater Miami, and on the axecu
live committees of the National
Conference of < hriatians ami .lews
and the Mental Health Soml>
bare
Bishop Duncan
Charles Weltner
Sen. Coin
In 1965. he was elected president
of the Planned Parenthood Af0
ciation of Dade County and em-
ployment committee of the Metro
politan Dade County Community
Relations Board
III ;i letter to Sen Cain revealing
that he bad been chosen to receive
the Leonard L. Abess Award in
Human Relations, Benjamin Mey-
ers, chairman of the committee,
decla
"We realize that your life has
been an exemplification of a pro-
file in courage. Your fearless-
ness and independence in polit-
ical action, integrity and insist-
ence on human and fiscal re-
sponsibility in united philan-
thropy, and your unswerving
devotion to freedom and equal-
ity have been of inestimable val-
ue to all people, both within
and without the confines of our
state."
In another letter to I)r Narot
The .Ian. 15 luncheon meeting
will also feature an address by
harles LoBgatreet Weltner. the
Georgia Democrat who resigned mm ____bpi __
from Congress because he could KODDIS RCTUm PrOfTl OCltnerinq
not. >upport Lester Maddux in bis
bid for the Governorship, where
the Democratic Party requires loy-
alty oaths.
W diner previously served on
the House t iiAmerican Activities
Committee and was instrumental
in bringing about the probe of
the Ku Klu\ Klan.
chairman of the Metro Community
Relations Board. Meyers said that
"Our committee has unanimously
agreed to bestow this award upon
the Metropolitan Dade Count)
Community Relations Board in rec-
ognition of its wisdom and dadica
tion to the ideal of the dignity ol
man and the board's inspired lead
ership in promoting intergroup
understanding, and in advancing
the highest concepts of American
traditions in keeping open and vi
able the channels ol ceufcmunica-
h the indispensable
human dial >gu<
Copies (it the letter of i otifica
turn to tin' ( KB were senl to Bish-
op Coleman F Carroll and Bishop
James 1. Duncan, previous chair
nun ul the board.
The Leonard L. Abess Award
includes an appropriately in-
scribed plaque and a grant of
$1,000 presented by Abess, hon-
orary chairman of the Florida
ADL, in honor of the awardees
to be given to an American uni-
versity for research in tht field
of human relations.
Previous award-winners n the
order of their receiving the award,
were former Miami Beach Mayor
D. Lee Powell, former Florida Gov.
LcRoy Collins. Miami New- Editor
William C. Baggs. the late Miami
Mayor Abe Aronovitz, Dr. H.
Franklin Williams, vice president
of the University of Mian: Cody
Fouler, past president >f the
American Bar Association Miami
Mayor Robert King High. Dr Hen
ry King Stanford, presiden' of the
University of Miami. Cong Claude
Pepper, the St. Petersburg Times,
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7
Friday, January 13, 1967
*Jewist Mcrid/an
Paqe 11-A
Jewish Agency Budget Dips 12 Percent
Continued from Pag* 1-A
mittces of the WZO and will be York,
... .. summed up next summer. The last Union
group fundon. there should be World Zjonist Con empower-'
one MttMd Zionist orfian.zation ed the Actions Committee J com.
to int.ade all Zionist groups. An
other recommendation was to al
..... .......v,.o i-MiiM.ii.-i- iu cum- ---- iic .taici such a commiiie
iplete changes in the structure of "or'd tnion favored a permanent' ally functioned during eacl
J" the WZO constitution. The com- .Political committee, on the level j ist Actions Committee seni
low individual!I to joto Zionist or miee ,ans tQ bri proposaIs of Jewish Agency executive -
ganizations without belonging to a for adoption to a scssJn 07the,bers. to act for the Zionist
particar Zionist organization or Actions committee in Januarv
party. Another was that any Jew-
ish group supporting the Zionist,
program could join the Zionist Or- j
ganizi'.on. The latter proposal
would make possible the broaden-
ing of the WZO beyond its present
party >tructure. Still another reel
ommi'dation proposed a special'
framework in each country to em-
brace all Zionist youth oigani/a-,
tions.
president of the World position of Jews in various coun
of General Zionists, told, tries,
press conference here that the) Ik. said such a commjttce ac,
h Zion-
ion but
mem-1 that the World Union wanted a
move-! permanent committee with a secre
ment on matters concerning the tariat. He said such a committee
would act in cooperation and co-
ordination with the World Jewish
Congress. Zionist federations and
organizations t hroughout the
world.
He said the WZO should not
leave the initiative in political ac
tivities to the WJC or B'nai B'rith
or any other organization.
He lauded Aryeh Pincus, the
Agency executive chairman "in
whom we have found a young en-
ergetic leader."

Th reorganization proposals
will t submitted to regional com
Th reorganization committee,
made up of leading Zionist per-
sonalities throughout the world,
includes Dr. Nahum Goldmann,
WZO president, Aryeh Pincus,
chairman of the Jewish Agency
executive; Zvi Lurie, head of the
Agency organization department,
and J. Tsur, chairman of the Ac-
tions Committee.
Or. Bmanuel Neumann, of New
]\azis 'No Danger'
' : ntinued from Page 1-A
the c j to icnt ii the 1,000-scal
hall.
\ i Kleft, the Lord Ma
loin press he had decided to
i e hall t'> Ihe NDP, despite
recent court decisions lore
in. o r cities to renl their hulls
: i ultra-right party. He said
thai I au-e of its "good contacts"
with sreign countries, Stuttgart
felt i: was obligated to deny the
hall I a political party whose
demo< atic aims were doubtful.
The :1)P has been formally de-
scribe DJ Interior Minister Paul
Lucki s neo-Nazi
In Bonn, the official organ of
the Catholic Bishopric of Hilder-
shein demoded this week that
the West German Government
outlaw the extremist National
Democratic Party.
The NDP, Which has been for
mally described as "neo-Nazi" by
West German interior Minister
Paul I.ucke. evoked worldwide
concern last November when it
won Parliamentary seats for the
first lime in two state elections.
The Catholic newspaper said the
MDP should he outlawed now. be
fore such neo-Nazi forces gained
such strength that it would be im-
possible to overcome them.
during the week...as i see it
C: -tinued from Page 4-A
youi erstwhile German colleague.
li and ma; be even to
a lo r level
'l consequence of such reas
onii plus Bareli's charges thai
the nne Minister i- responsible
foi the unfavorable climate ol
opii n now prevailing in the
country," has led lo renewed re
qu< foi a broadening of Prem
iei I shkol coalition government
ticularl) from the National
R I ais Party.
mer Prime Minister Ben
Gui. m's decline in 1968 nay be
traced directly to his acceding to
similj r demands from the Relig-
ious Part) in his reign of the
earl> 1950's when the coun-
Irj as infinitely more unified
on variety of national issues i
Thi signs of the tunes are such
in Israel today that doubl on
every level is becoming a fact ol
life. The No\ 13 raid is not the
only case in jo.nt The diverg
ence "t opinion over the raid i
merely another expression ol the
average Israeli's determination
increasingly to voice his other
differences.
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IOHS
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crviccs
AGUDATH ACHIM. The Martinique
Hotel. S423 Collins Ave. O'tnodox
----- ----
AOuDATM ISRAEL 7801 Carlyle Ave
Orthodox. Rabiii Isaac Ever
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AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA
TION. 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morris Barr.


ANSHI
EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
2 She vox' 5:30 p.m.

Conservative. Emanue* Kush-iwiti.
president. Cantor Sol Pakowitx.
ETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
servative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor
William W. Lioson.
Friday 1:18 p.m Confirmation class
bttbbath Sermon "The Amu in
Jew a Cultural Hem tiaturdaj
h m Bei'inon "Tiu- Torah Lesson."
Bai Mltsvah: Brian son rf Ml and
M-v Murray Dacks Minolta p.m.
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ETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Sch'ft.
t"i :.i;i> ". to p.m Saturda> *:sn a m
Sermon: "Hidden str.-n.Mii of M-
Min.'ha S:1S p.m
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BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
Prlday i IS p.m Baturda) '. i m s.-r-
n ..n "False |Hncdim
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ETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky Cantor Maurice Mamches.

ETH KODESH. 11C1 SW 12th Ave
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari.
I \ 8 :.' pin Sermon: "blaveo m
Freedom Mr and Mrs Bam Cohen
M h".-^t th>- Ones Shabbai In honor
: Men's Club President, Bam Portln,
tn-l Mrs. Portln. Saturda) R:4S a.m.
Sermon: "Peculiar Plagues." S p.m.
\ Striking Bloa
ETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Sey-
mour Hinkes.
8:lfi ;. in Guest apeaker. Ben
I i atoi nej Tutu. "8hlem U
| I. Ki.ii:d
'
Thu page i prepaied in ce*
operation with tne greater Mi-
ami Rubbmiijl Association.
Coordinator of feature! ap-
pearing here is
DR MAX L1PSCHITZ
spiritual leader of Beth Torah
Congregation of \orth Mtatn.'
Beach

chem." Saturda) IS urn Sermon;
"Portion !" the v\

BETH SOLOMON. 50 NW 51ft PI.
Conservative Rabb< Aharon M. Feier.
PrUlnj 5 So and 8 l". p.m Sermon:
"The SIkii "ii the Door, and "" the
Hand." (.meg s li.iM.it hosted i>> Mi
:nl Mrs Philip I reenlck, in hon ir
of the Baa Mttivah gi mildaughter.
Alice Epstein, In Baltiu re, Md Mr
ui.i m i .n.- r.ii'ir. iii honor "f
their two children Saturda] I a.m.
Sermon: "Pt-rtlon of the Week."
Minolta '' i.m.

JETH TFILAH 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
-----
*ETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip
schitz. Cantor Jacob Remer.
Frlda.v r.:S0 and S:1S p.m. Baturda)
Mltsvah Michael,
of Mr an.I Mis Bernard Langbers::
Gar) son of Mr and Mrs. Martin
Lund) M i S :.:" p m.
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J'NAi RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter
Cantor Jack Lerner.
-----
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
OF MIAMI. 1242 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Dov Rozencweig.
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FT. LAUDEROALE EMANU-EL. 1801
S. Andrews Ave. Reform Rabbi
Richard V. Leviton. Cantor Jerome
Klement.
FT. LAUOEROALE -EWISH CEN-
TER. 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd
Rabbi Phihp Chaiton. Cantor Theo-
dore Mindich.
---------
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
126 E. Haiiandale Beach Blvd Rev.
Paul Deutsch.
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HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross.
K i la) 8:30 p.n Bn turdaj
Ml ha p t"
----s-----
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson St. Conservative Rabb<
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbrann.
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SRAELI'E CENTER .1175 SW 25th
St. Cons;'vative. Rabbi Avrom L.
HEBREW LESSON
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a-op tonyin m d-d?
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Q-rzpDDi-iD ,tr^lmj? ,0*711:1
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T x*n it o^srrr *a *na~n
in ftfrn Tinn yiuoa nyiri
jiriitM n^in t "3D1? men
t t -: t :
a'OD^Dnn nw D-a- nary
T -- |.. if TT-:
nnnn aaa i^d on ,*?Kitra
is ya^-axDi d-'^ti-d-
d-tsx o'oaiaD'i is wap
: t I r
o'noi aa .oioaa iayi n-aaya
.... |T T. T. ::
aw D"a; nary ]a aipa
-nraaa on'ysn o^naixn
ittn Darrixn vn 'a
T : T T
man na-rfy n:^ aaa
: v t t t :
-nixaxa Dpan at7 trilnyn
'P.'pna fa mann man
rtrr| o'pana .oaipyn
orpin o^aia rvn1? D'n^san
-pn1? Wp oaoa o^an
K*T2 oy 1B73D] on .na.s3i n^x Vff*. TW nTT?l "W Tl?1?
anyn a?xaT oy ,nraan! ^ap o^'Dan .aipan fax
.wjw trrruai' 'trr?? o^paiaDn- axian nx
Young Diplomats in Israel
the PreskssHtt of the United States.
Lyndon Johnson, to the President
Shalom, thank you very much, of |srael. Zalrnan Shazar. ahd let-
well be seeing you soon again." ters from tn#J Mayors of their
called out eighteen young diplo towns to the Mayor of Jerusalem
mats in Hebrew, and boarded the, xne gpuths were unalike
airplane Thus ended a ten days'' sman an*a iarge Catholics. Pro
M-it by the young guests-to the testants. and even two Jews. One
State of Israel. 0f the latter ffe Sam Berman. of
Who were these aueM- I Santa Cruz, who said. "I thought
I that Jeru||s?m was built in the
Et*n var. the Hearst News sMe q( (. Blb]e ^ n paper Company in the United new and m^e,.,, Cltv before me"
States conducts a competition Tne dlplomats vlslted ,srae, for
among newspa|H-r distributor*. ,en davs Thev toured the entire
1 mag distributors who succeed Sta,e from Jerusalem and Bee,..
hi obtaining new subscribers earn sheba ,0 EUat and Nazareth Thev
a prize, a trip abroad. This year. mel ,he President of the State. ,he
Israel was the country to be vis- Muyo of the tovs-ns and various
iled The tourists were given the jeaders
title "Young Diplomats." They
hi ought with them a letter from Published by Brit Ivrit Olamit
Drazm Cantor William B. Nussen.
sen.
1 ldn> 8:1" nnd 8:18 p m Sermon:
"Ood is not Dead Neither it- Ju-
dalam Saturdnj 8:48 1 m Barman:
"P011 ion "i 1 he w eek
-
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. '532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel
Prlilaj 8:ie p.m >.: ir !> 8:80 a.m
Sermon Liberation or Deliberation."
-----
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehifieid
Canto-- Abraham Seit.
Ftj.i \ H:S0 p.m. J^it irda) 8:30 a.m.
i. i: xlus." i p.m.
Classes in Talmud >-->i Ethics ol the
Pathen
---------
LUBAViTCHER M NYAN. 800 Wash
ington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abra
ham Korf. Cantor Ernest Field.

MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Modern traditional. Max
W. Ttmch'n, president. Cantor Louis
Cohen.
Frldaj i:So p.m s irda) m,
-----
DHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Or
nr-hodox. Rabbi Phmeas Weber-
man.
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SEPHAROIC JEW SM CENTER 646
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Saai Nah
mias.
Fridu) Mlucha p.m Sati rdaj 8 SO
i m nii'ii "The Leaders!] p
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8KY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
th A -e Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
E. Caplan.
Pi i ..\ a:2o ..ini B 13 p.m Sisterhood
otflci "ill be Installed bVrmon:
i i .- .i.w ]>ii Woman ijurrn in
Her Homi Hosts M ind Mrs
Ph p f ine Saturda) : m .<--' mon:
"Habits "i Lifetime." aUaeha IS
p in.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con
servative. 1025 NE 13rd St.. Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Milton Schimsky.
Cantor Ma'nr.ce Neu.
-----
rEMPLE BETH AM. 5960 S. Kendall
Dr., So. Miami. Heforn-,. Raooi
Herbert Blumgjrd Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
-----.-----
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY
WOOD. 1301 S 14th Ave Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe
1:15 "in Inf
>i i i^. .-.i turd;i II .i in I:.ir
Mltsvah Kiehard, son :' Dr and Mrs.
n Segal
-----a -
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL 1545
Jefte'son Ave. Conservative. Cantor
Mul H. Sreeh.
-
TEVPLE BETH SHOLEm of Holly
wood .:: Monroe St. Conserv .t it
Raooi Morten Mjuvik/. Canter Er
nest Steiner.
-------e
TEMPLE BETH SHJlOV 4144 Chas.
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronrni
Cantor David Conviser
K.IS p.n Jews
to Spall
Bar Mltsvah Amy, da Mi
i M: H l|T) > n I
------- e
TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8tn
St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Frldaj s U ..^ .i
t >i Mi. i To|il itiv<
Last s.it urda) : a.m Sti deni
.u-i is lain tine,
------ e
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative. Cantor
Abraham Reiseman.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
i Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler
lY'i.n | i p.m, Sermon: "Rellsjlon
m Depth Tli- Challi i _
tur Times." Saturday a m
mon Weeklj Portion ( tlu- U
Baa Mltsvah: Oayle i. -t... rtaushtei ol
Mr and Mrs. Aiu-it i: tisislp, i" 'i
a.m Junloi ceoaresatiuii n itssembly
hull
-----a-----
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Raboi
Joseph R. Narot.
Kriii.t> s i i> in gei m ii Can sVe
Believe What Fraud Said About
\\ ...iir -w VVIlaon '
-----a-----
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIRAMAR
3500 SW 69th Way. Conservative.
Rabbi irwm Cutler.
-------a-------
, TEMPLE JUDEA. 5500 Granada Blvd.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Moms \ip
per.
Kridu> I:1S i> m NVw Judea sanctu-
. s v* ill I,.- consecrated m sen i
tted bj Kai'iii Kipper and min-
isters "f Coral Oablee Churches, I'ui-
* i>u rueat, i:..iti Ruben i Kahn, -.t
L'oti manu El, Houston,
ipeah !! "The house "i
Ood Kabbl Boseri P, Prasin, Re-
gional LHrei'toi. S..utli-.i-' i mil
L'AHC, iii ;..:..-i, n,- ii the servic<
I TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 7sth St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Aoram-
ewitz. Cantor Nico Feidman
Friday I IS p.m Sermon An r.n-
nter with h Brmk baturda} I ,i in
Sermon "Pertloo >>f the i-i
-----
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene LaDOvitx. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
Frld Saturday S:4 un
NVw stUdel
COI will
i.. be
A i -i the'
I c IS fl llow --: i .
------ e ------
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW 16th St. Miami. Rabbi
Ralph G i i x m a n Cantor Herman
Marchbem.
15 a m
Bs : Mi tad
i Armdd, son
Mi and Mrs Hat >ld vt'ekalr
-----
TEMPLE SMOLOM -32 SW 11th Ave .
Pompano Beach. Conservative. Rab-
bi Morns A. Shop. Cantor Leon
Segal.
------a------
TEMPLE INAI OF NORTH DADE
1880' NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Marus Ranson. Cantor Chet Gale.
! i day v i f in Sermon: "Hoa C^mi
>\'. Hi'i]i an insecure Pe son Satur-
day II a in. C:u Mltsvah: Klin, -'.n .(
Mr and Mrs. Joseph QrunwmM All
observances to be held al w ishlna;! "
Federal SBv NE 167th sc

TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 E
4th Ave.. Hialsah. Conservative
Pahbi Maurice Klein.
.* N.i:. p.m Sermon: "The BMf*
in Ii ii the Lasl Third -f th^,
2th CVntury." Saturda) t a.m.
------a------
TEMPLE ZAMORA 44 Zamora Avs
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell ier
"'. Cantor Ben Dictcson
Frl -i. D I." p.m. Sermon: "The <"> -1-
Doesn't Phansje." Saturdaj 1:4
.- i in 'i I ii-': on t t Ii.- \\ -'.
TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd C-,-
erv.itive Rabb> Alfred Waxma-
Fridav I:lf p.ni Sermon: Ran m
ol Modem Jewish Observanc-
Primitive and OuttlatedT"

TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. V i-
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Me-,
Wernlck.
Kri.lay S:13 p.m. Sermon: "Ha
,1 Rulers Slstei hood w III
ii.- Ottag Shabbai Saturdaj I
Sermon: Portloa of the week
-
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER V
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthod:.
Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. Can-.,
Pincus Aloof.
e
YOUNG ISRAFL OF MIAMI REA .
1542-44 Washington Ave. Rabbi N
tali Porush.
'
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Jewish Education Is
Finally Getting its Due
Rabbi Kipfr
By RABBI MORRIS KIPPER
Temple Judea
i
Our enemies know our secret to |
survival, but do we?
It is indeed unfortunate that so
many adults have relegated the i
Biblical stories to our kiddies. The:
Bible stories
were never in
tended for chil-
dren, and inas-
much as onlv
our young peo-
ple pay much
attention to the
Biblical stories,
their profound
significance has
been lost to the
adult Jewish
community.
An excellent
example is this
week s Torah
Portion, which
relates Moses'
dialogue vsith the Great Pharaoh
of Egypt Since Egyptian records
do not recount thu exact discus
that Moses held with Pharoah.
in thai ii ever
really occurred There! ( one
ig tires the historicity ol the
'.ical acco int, then the c
to see thai the
story-i : idus h 10 and
following, is trying I i tell is much
more than a simple newspaper ac-
count of the happenings of the
day For example. Ch. 10:7 and
following is not precious literature
in our Holy Bible for the purpose
of relating a simple dialogue, but
to denote to us that even Pharoah
knew the value of Jewish educa-
tion.
You will recall that Pharaoh and
his courtiers were perfectly will-
ing to allow Moses to lead the
men of Israel on a pilgrimage. But
that is not what Moses wanted.
Rather, he requested that the
young and the old. the sons and
the daughters, the flocks and the
herd.v must observe the Lord's
Pilgrimage. When Moses includ-:
the young people along with t;
men. Phaiaoh reversed hi*
cision. He would allow the men -
worship the Lord as long jis tb
children were not included.
The profundity of the dltlo
then becomes clear as we recogni
that Moses and Pharaoh perfect
understood that the future >
Judaism lies with our sons bi
daughters, and without them th<-
is no future.
The writer of this passage
the Bible was indeed anticipate;
the future history of Judaism, r i
in every country where we ha
been persecuted, in every' nati '
that designed for our demise, tr
key to our future was seen in >
children During the famous Spa
i the children below the age of foi:
teen were forced to submit
Christian Education
In fact, the intellectual giar
of our past always kept this pi
Ciple before them and related '
point in the following storj quo:
from Gen Rabo 65:20: "Ol
people.- i i the world gath
their wisest
cai we triumph
thi 1 him
"Go to their synagogues
schools and listen he advist
you heiii nothing, you (vlU pras
over them liut U you hear
children going ova/ th*- lease
there is nothing you can do ftga
them "
It is. indeed, very hearten
and encouramn-J to note that
day the Federations of the An
ican Jewish community are >
ously considering the plight
Jewish education and its nec>-
for massive funds. Jewish edu
tion has been starved in the p..
It is very encouraging to rei
nize that, finally, the Jewish c-
munity is becoming aware of w i
Pharaoh knew more than 3. I
years ago.

SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION. BO
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Israelites hurriedly partake of paschal lamb. Egyptian first
born are slain by God. .,;
"And ye shall eat it in haste it is the Lord's pasover
(Exod. 12. 11). The Lord smote all the firstborn in the land
of Egypt" (12. 29).
BO God sent Moses to Pharaoh once more with the fol
lowing words: "Go in unto Pharaoh and tell .-. him: \ If
thou refuse to let My people go. behold, tomorrow will I bring
locusts into thy border'." (Ex. 10. 1-4) Pharaoh would not be
moved Then God punished Egypt with a thick darkness. Yet
"Pharaoh remained adamant. Finally. Moses warned the King of
Egypt that God would send the most fearful plague of all, the
death of all the first born in the land, both of men and beasts
The Israelites were given the ordinance of the Passover, so named
because God passed over the homes of the Israelites when he
lulled the first born of the Egyptians, on midnight of the fifteenth
da\ of the first month (Nissan). Pharaoh was shaken, at last
He sen" the children of Israel from the land. They consisted of
"about" six hundred thousand men on foot, beside children."
In their haste to leave Egypt, the Israelites baked matzoth from
dough that was not leavened. Hence the prohibition against eat
ing leavened bread on Passover
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is ex-
tracted and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Ttamir, $15 Publisher it
Shengold, and the volume it available at 27 William St., Now
York 5. N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume
is Joseph Schlang.
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Friday. January 13. 1967
* M isti Meridian
Page 13-A
SEEK RETURN OF NON-PROFIT CORPORATION'S $120,000 DIVIDEND
Cemetery Unit Sued to Restore Funds
PABBI BODtltT fKAZIH
Rabbi Frazin
l\ew Director
Of Body Here

Rabbi Robert P. Frazin is the
:,< w director of the South Florida
Federation of the Union of Amer-
ican Hebrew Congregations, with
offices in the Congress Building
Rabbi Frazin succeeds Rabbi
Sanford Seltzer to the post.
A native of Chicago, he received
his Bachelor of Science degree
irom Northwestern University, and
was ordained as rabbi from the
Hebrew Union College-Jewish In-
stitute of Religion in Cincinnati.
O. lit also holds a Bachelor of
Hebrew letters and a Master of
Art> in Hebrew Letters from the
College Institute.
Rabbi Frazin has worked in ra-
dio, television and film production
for the National Broadcasting Com
pany in Chicago, and was music
director for an FM station in Illi
nois. While at the Hebrew Union
College, he was soloist in the choir.
Rabbi Frazin served as advisor
to the Ohio Valley Federation of
Temple Youth, an organization of
1,700 teen-agers covering a five-
state area. He has also been pro-
gram director at the UAHC Camp
Institute in Zionsville. Ind. In
1965. he served as dean of the
camp.
Prior to accepting his present
position, he served as assistant
rabbi of the Indianapolis Hebrew
Congregation.
Rabbi Frazin has served as co-
chairman of the civil rights and
civil liberties committee of the
Indianapolis Jewish Community
Relations Council and was a mem-
ber of its executive board.
He is married to the former
Susan Banks, of Canton, O. They
have two sons.
A long-time resident, active in
varied Jewish communal affairs,
b*l filed a -nit in the Circuit Court
here against the Greater Miami
Jewish Cemetery Association.
John Temple, of 535 Vilabella
Ave Cora] Gabies, noted in the
suit that he Is Seeking to require
the Association to reVirn $120,000
which the Association has alleged
ly distributed to it- constituent
member- "overt ast :< n years."
The Greater Miami Jewish
Cemetery Association it a non-
profit FIO'Ml cc/oorafion com-
posed of Berh David Congrega-
tion, B.?ih J*roo C o-.o'egation,
Ccr-grega? on Boh El, Beth Ko-
desh Congregation, and Chased
Shel Ernes Sisterhood.
Temple't complaint declares that
the Association "owns, operates
and maintains two cemeteries for
burial of persons Mount Sinai
Memorial I'ark Cemetery and the
Jewish Section of Wood lawn Park
Cemetery "
"This is a non-profit organiza-
tion. Temple told The Jewish
Floridian Wednesday, adding that
"this di-ti ibution is an unlawful
dividend and was made in contra
ventiOD of the laws of the State of
Florida"
Temple said that he sent a let-
ter to the Association on Sept. 26.
which expressed "my utter dissat-
isfaction with the care and main-
tenance" given several plots he
owns both at Wojdlawn and Mount
Sinai Cemeteries.
In his letter. Temple also ex-
pressed dissatisfaction with care
generally given "to the entire
cemetery property." He said
that the letter went out to 15
directors of the Association, the
presidents of each of the four
member congregations, and the
president of the Rabbinical As-
sociation of Greater Miami.
In the letter. Temple alleged
that "cemetery funds have been
diverted from their proper use.
I i.e.. the care and maintenance of
the cemetery properties, and have
been distributed among the con-
stituent members,' adding that
this "makes the entire situation in-
tolerable. This is especially so,"
he noted, "since the manager of
Mount Sinai asserted to me that
his staff was insufficient to assure
I proper maintenance."
Th Sept. 26 letter demanded
I that "the Association provide prop-
| er care and maintenance of the
i plots and cemetery properties in
accordance with their contractual
obligations," and -that repayment
and or restitution be made of all
cemetery tunds paid to any organ
izations or persons other than
those paid for direct expenses or
purchases for the cemeteries."
Temple said that if he did not
hear word from the Association
DJ Nov. 1. he would be forced to
resort to suit.
He alleged in the suit that
"the present trust fund set up
for maintenance of the graves
is ir.aHeouate. Projecting the
sale of grave p'ots toward a time
when all of the plots will be
sold, and no new income can be
expected, the corpus of the trust
will rot produce sufficient in-
come to care for the two cem-
eteries."
The suit alleges that "the care
provided over the pa>t years has
been unsatisfactory in that graves
have been left untended and, be-
come unsightly, and that such un
satisfactory care has been due
mainly to the failure to provide
sufficient manpower to do an
adequate job."
Temple's complaint is in behalf
of his mother buried in Mount
Sinai and his father buried in
Woodlawn. But he declared that "I
am also concerned about the tens
of thousands of persons buried in
the two cemeteries This is ; com
munity problem."
The suit notes that the ques-
tions of fact and of law and the
relief here sought are common to
"all and would inure to tht benefit
of all"
The suit notes that as non-
profit corporation the Greater
Miami Jewish Cemetery Associ-
ation is empowered "to accept
and receive charitable donations,
gifts and legacies for the pur-
chase, care, operation and pres
servation of any cemetery or
burial grounds owned by this
Association."
Emphasizing the $120,000 distri-
bution to members, the suit de-
clares that "the proceeds of the
sales must go first toward the op-
eration and maintenance of tie
Cemeteries owned by the defend-
ant."'
The suit has been filed in the
Circuit Court of the nth Judicial
Circuit here and will he heard by
Judge Francis Christie.
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No. Miami leach. FlerMfl
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Friday. January 13. 1967
Today's Though/:
By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
"Horatio Alger Sister' Works for Genocide Rule }
I finally met
Elizabeth
Nowinski, and
I'm glad. She
has written a
book that is
rcma r k a b 1 e
because it is a
sister's tribute
to a deceased brother. You
don't otten hear about a sister
biographizing a brother, but in
this case it's understandable.
Mrs. Nowinski's brother was
the late Mitchell Kaufman, of
Maiden. Mass. He was a Jewish
Horatio Alger, working his way
from poverty to becoming a
tycoon.
At the height of his career,
still a bachelor. Mitchell Kauf-
man met death on a hunting
trip.
Entitled "American Por-
Otf the Record:
trait." Mrs. Nowinski's book is
a stirring document of how the
promise of America is still a
reality. ,
Mrs. Nowinski now has an-
other preoccupation. It bothers
her that our country has not
yet ratified the genocide con-
vention, the UN measure out-
lawing mass homicide. Herself
an attorney. Mrs. Nowinski
was once associated with the
great Dr. R. Lemkin. author of
the genocide resolution, who
went to his grace, rejoicing that
most countries of the world ap-
proved the statement, but la-
menting that our country had
not. And, ironically, it's the
lawyers of this country, or
rather the American Bar Asso-
ciation, who are scotching
American approval.
Mrs. Nowinski knows thV a
good cause will not be ad-
vanced unless some people
zealously get involved in it. She
advises us to write to our rep-
resentative in Congress, urging
them to take steps to get the
U.S. behind this proposition,
which you would think would
long ago have been backed
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
No One Laments Passing of the Old Year
NO ONE WILL MOURN its passing. There have
been times when tearing the last leaf from the
calendar was a ritual in sadness. Rut there was
neither sadness nor nostalgic regret when this .-pan
went the way of all time,
when the year unfolded itself twelve months
ago, there was the hearts of men everywhere
that it would mark the end of the wars that have
been plaguing the world ami herald the beginning
of an era of peace that would bring tranquility to
all tables
Instead, the year saw the flames of war fanning
Out ominously among nations, but by lack of wis-
dom, shallow thinking and a leadership that seem
ingly thrived on magnifying ten-ion only because
it was lacking in constructive talent.
True enough the madness that is the atom bomb
did nol descend upon us in I9b'(i. though there have
By:
MAX LERNER
Looking Toward the Politics of 1968
it was NOT a famous victory, either
' for the Republicans or the D<
. h the Republicans had Jus!
of the edge to warrant drinking
undiluted while
might wish for a dash
el hemlock in theirs. The hemlock w -
norship i
in tl o top-ranking stales of the tin-
on, California and New York, which Hank the comment
both oceans and COUld mean electoral trouble in a
Presidential i
The Republican margin of victory in Congress was
just a little better not sensationally than has been
true in past off-year elections. But it would be a mistake
e this in straight party terms, or in terms of an
Administration defeat. Except in Oregon, and not notably
there, the Viet Nam issue was a muted one: so was the
inflation issue Lyndon Johnson, by being off in Asia as
ihe campaign mounted, and by refusing to stump the na-
tion in the last days, was careful to keep from putting his
personal or Administration prestige on the line. He has
OSt more seats in the House than he could comfortably
afford, but he will still be able to defeat a right-wing
coalition on most domestic issues in Congress.
Even the "white backlash'' issue didn't come out as
decisively as was feared. It probably operated in California
and Illinois, and certainly in Florida, but it failed in
Massachusetts. Arkansas, and especially in Maryland.
If there is one single thrust that is strongest and
most meaningful in the elections as a whole, it is the \ic-
tory for the liberal direction inside the Republican Party.
I say this despite the baleful victory of {Ronald Reagan
by an immense margin in California, and the little cries
of triumph that the New York conservatives are uttering
over the Adams vote and the defeat of the Civilian Com-
plaint Review Board. Given the proportions of the victory
for Rockefeller, their prime symbol of original evil, the
conservatives must take their consolation where thev can
find it.
One must ask how they feel about the Senate victories
Pnnnmmn;
of Brooke in Massachusetts, Percy in Illinois. Baker in
Tennessee. Griffin in Michigan, Case in New Jersey, and
Hatfield in Oregon: in tin case of all of them, the whole
wci it il their view, and policies is in the direction of
liberal Republicanism.
As for Reagan, who has switched woll and land) <"-
tumes so often as to leave the voters bedazzled, the big
fact about his \h >i that he ran as a conse
live, but that he ran as nothing. The advice given to '.'
William Henry Harrison, which caused him to stay tri-
umphantly silent all through his Presidential campaign, is
still worth recalling: "Le( no committee, no convention,
no town meeting extract from him a single word, what he
thinks now or what he will do hereafter." what it proves
is not the political vocation of Ronald Reagan but the
merchandizing vocation of the Spencer Roberts team in
organizing a packaged deal and filling it with the right
nonsense
The internal Republican struggle for the 1968 con-
vention starts as of right now. Romney's impressive
strength, which returned him to the Governorship and
Robert Griffin to the Senate, makes him the man to beat.
His careful nursing of the flame in 1962 and 1964. to keep
it from flaring up too high too soon, has paid off in 1966.
Reagan's name will fall sweetly from the lips of men
who regard Romney as an abomination for what he did
to Goldwater, and he will have a big boom for a while.
Nor can Nelson Rockefeller be excluded or exclude him-
self from the race if a Romney-Javits ticket has hard
going. Romney. Rockefeller, Reagan, with Nixon hovering
all over the stage: here we go again.
On the other side there are some sad facts of life to
be faced. It was not a happy day in New York for Alex
Rose or Frank Roosevelt: the former's strategy had a
bad fall, and the latter's political career: added to Roose-
velt's personal heartbreak, after an intense campaign,
was the IJberal Party's humiliation and loss of status, at
the hand of its sworn Conservative rival junta.
In the Humphrey Kennedy rivalry, looking toward
1968, the 1966 results lett things much as tney were.
Bv DAVID SCHWARTZ
Smallpox is Learning a Language
INTERVIEWED ON the Todaji
show about his book on th-j
Beilis case. Maurice Samuel sail
that in order to write the book
he had to spend four years learn
ing Russian and he added: "Yo
know how hard it is for one o
my age to learn a new languaue I
Why do children learn lan-|_
guages so easily'1 The child does u paimeSBiy. He
or she goes around with other children playing
hide and seek or baseball and in the process ac-
quires a command of language quite incidentally
If the older person, let us say. a Russian Jewish
immigrant, went around playing baseball in Amer-
ica, he too would more speedily acquire a command
of English, to say nothing of the improvement of
his ball game. His difficulty is he docs not play
ball and confines most of his associations with
those who speak his old tongue.
To acquire a new language is akin to acquiring
a case of smallpox. You "catch'' it. No amount of
studying the symptoms will give a person smallpox.
He must be exposed to it. Naturally this furnishes
us a model for the best educational technique.
Another way to learn a language is to do like
Eliezer ben Yehuda, the father of modern Hebrew.
When he first came to Jerusalem back in the eight-
ies of the last century, no one spoke Hebrew and
in order to foster the Hebrew tongue and also
personally perfect himself in its use. he made it a
condition of his marriage that his wife must agree
in advance to speak no other language but Hebrew
This is the old "hard to get" technique that girls
especially prize.
lu'cn times when it seemed the
powers controlling the destiny of
the world were perilously close to
decision. Human nerves, however, were frayed and
on the breaking point almost ceaselessly throughout
the year, and wherever there were hearths, there
were also wrathful winds.
Perhaps the greatest tragedj of our day
heen the failure of emergence of a leadership
able Of taming the madness around us an.I our :
Instead ol forthrightness m the chancellories ,>t
the world, there has been deception, and wl
Vision was the need, there has been blurring :n
stead and blunder and blatant babble to the erj
of the pitfall.
The world was in deep trouble as the
came to a close; yet there is no need for
rendering to fear
Man's greatest genius over the iges has
ability to meet and counter ove;v visible crisis
Because we have not vet sung our last ode. the- i-
hope we will yet find the key to undoing the c -i-
that is upon the world now. Otherwi;
eadj lor the fate of extinction.
Capilol Spotlight:
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
\
i-
'Grant' to Jordan
Was- -i |
C'NCE THE United States now pi
v ide> tree aims to .Ionian, why n
give Israel s.miiar non-reimbursil
military assistance'1
This question emerged here folio
ing the announcement that the St:
Department confirmed the airlifting
gift arms to Jordan. The arms wen
sent, piesumably. to prevent overthrow of King Hussi
by pro-Communist Arab nations and not for a new Ai
war against Israel. But Israel is also menaced D)
more overt and direct aggressive threat from the sai
leftist Arab states
Despite his unrelenting hostility toward Israel. Ki
Hussein is accused by Arab extremists of not being ac
quately anti-Israel. "Palestine liberation" is the llo)
of the fanatical drive designed to undermine the Kingdo n
of Hussein. The hatred of Israel shared by all Arabs >s
exploited by cynical ferocity. This one negative fact *
that unites all the conflicting Arab elements is used <
foment riot and revolution.
The I'nited States docs not want to see the i
Western'" Arab monarchies overthrown. Collapse of Jor-
dan would expose Saudi Arabia's northern flank Ai
socialism is aiming for the oil and power now shakily held
by the medieval regimes of the Arabian peninsula \
legitimate democratic surge would be welcomed by most
Americans. But realists see the .specter of a red flag ol
Arab revolution denoting a pan-Arab front, friendly '
Ru.vsia, from Syria to the Indian Ocean.
Washington policymakers decided to ship consid-
able quantities of arms to Jordan in hopes of delayi
the rising tide of Arab leftism. Since the Jordanian econ-
omy is basically subsidized by the United States, a de-
cision was made to avoid the friction of "sales" and make
outright gifts of most of the new arms. Included are
F 104 jet fighters. Patton tanks, artillery, radar and r
equipment, and other military supplies.
The excuse used by the State Department v as
the obvious danger of Arab socialism. Too many St. '
Department officials still believe that they can do business
with Egypt's Nasser. The pretext, therefore, was the Arab
preoccupation over the Israel frontier following the N
vember Israeli action against Jordan. Forgotten was i i
real root cause of the Israeli reprisal, the long sen.
Arab raids. The most recent and deadly came from Jorda"
No assurance was given by Hussein that the an -
would not be fired against Israel. Indeed, the arms list
was dratted by a Jordanian general staff with a prim.
mission of combating Israel. Inhibition of terrorists i> J
temporary' anti-subversive concern only because the ter-
rorists oppose the Hussein power structure. The State
Department admits this. However, it is pointed out here
that the Jordanian military establishment must be
strengthened against subversion regardless of Israeli
security.


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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 6oC 13349
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
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pul itlon hereof, or thi sa mi aril
be barred.
l>ut..i :. Miami Florida, this 14th
day : Decent
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An Administratrix, C.T.A
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the 1 i da I bi 1986
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
D*DE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No 66C11773
NOTICE OF SUIT
Till '.' 1.1 IAMSl.lKi;ll
SAV1V S HANK.
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OSCAI "Si:v HOWARD,
a -.n-i.li. -nan >-t at,
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, Apt B, 1240 BulSI St ,
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and M MY li HOWARI i, .. sldence
unkn. n and if >en ..i; led hi r un-
kin ..use. if living and if dead
her ti i" -i d< vim i. legs
I..- ate.-., assignees, Honors,
brunt) r.-ditm s aimants
rlalii"' -. through, under or agnlnt
.in. ol thi abovi named defendants
who deceased,
Ifou in he. i ti> i I if.i 11 that th-
iil.....iptloned action baa been in-
stltut.'.i agalnet you in the Circuit
Court nf the Meventh Judhlal drrUlt
of Florida in and for Hade County to
foreclose a morticatce upon the follow-
ing described real property
I-ot 25 Hlock 2 IfOI-IDAY MDC8E,
Hection thie according to the Plat
thereof, re.'ce-iled In I'lat Book
60 it Page il of the Public Her-
onls of Hade County. Florida,
You .ire required to file a rfwnn-
slve pleading to plaintiff." complaint
with the Clerk of the aforesaid i
ttn.l serve a copj thereof upon plain-
tiffs attorney, martin fink. Dade
1-Vderai liulldfna. Miami. Florida
Batll, not later than January
1MT, or a IVore*. Pro (\>nfesso will
! entered against you
DATED iK-c-nihwr It, l0"*
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C13492
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ii:ai:i. anna ALKIRE,
Plaintiff.
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RICHARD JAMES ALKTRE,
11. fendanl
TO: ItM'llAKH JAMBS AUCIRE
I'n Box 201
i Itit-: national flexort
I h-\ i l-^inient
Na-.-au. Bahamas
Yi-C AUK HEREBY notified th.it
a Complaint fur Hlvorce baa bmi
filed aamJast you. and you are hereby
I itred to serve a copj of your an-
swer t-i the Complaint on the Plain-
tiffs attorney. LEttTBR ROOERs,
whiuu add ess is 99S N \v. 14th Street,
Miami. Florida, and file the original
of the Answer In the office of the
Clerk of th.- Eleventh Judii i..l Circuit
in and to: Dade County, Kiorida. on
or before the -ith day of January,
if w nd ti th. Com-
plaint Will I-.- taken a- -.11.
you
DATED Ihh 20th day of 1 i
K B LEATHER.MAN
Cii 'ourt
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12/23-30 1 '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIOA. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C13521
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
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LEGAL NOTICF
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 73242 B
In RE: Estate uf
IDA FORD,
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i'n
Having 'i.i bus
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quired to pn
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C3247
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MART AROUNE BJAIN,
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THOSIAM u ENI i:i.I- BLAIN,
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TO; Til..mas WENDEU, BLAIN,
.ii N. I', IValnut Street
' i ',t v. :i liana
You. THOMAS WKN! -KM. BLAIN,
.,r.. hereby notified that a Hill of
1'nnip... i'ivo.-, !..i been filed
anlaat vou, and you an required ti
serve a copj ..t youi ln*wri or Plead-
ing to the HIM of COmplainl on I'n
nkUnUtf Attornej'. I'.MI. KW1T-
NKY. 120 i.inii-in Road, Miami Bench
Florida, and fii- thi or I'l.aiiini: in the 11 the Clerk
of the cii ill Couri on --i b-fore th.-
j .:h da | ul Jn nuary 1987
to do so, JudKitteni bj ih fault wti\
be Mken .i_. 111-1 ymt t-r the rellel
nd< .1 in tii. I: li ..t Complaint
Tin- shall b< published
eai li h t'.-: four nne. utivi w
in TIIK. JEW isll l'i..i|(ll'l \N
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Florida, ttiix I Ih da) of Hetembi r.
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dr. nit ".-iii i I iiid. 'ounty 11
(Seal) By I SNEEDEN
l>. i.111> Clerk
I-AI 1. KVVITNKV
sii,\ i :i:s ti :in KVVITNET &
. ; Attorney r for Pkiinl II (
<.'.. I,in. in Road
Miami Co ii. I'lori'i .
12 2^-nn 1 '6-1S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 73131-A
In UK Estate of
ABRAHAM WIZNITZKR
Deaeaaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditore and All Peaaans
llavine claims or I>emand!i Asninxt
Sal'l
s..i sreby notified and re-
quired to preiK nt anj imd
ib ..... i i
i.....titti ABRAHAM VVIZNIT-
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ABRAH \M W1ZNITZ
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[NSTEIN .\ ^MI.I.KU
Attorne) for l'.\., it
19 Wi Miami, I'l.i
IN THE COLNTY JUDGES CO
IN AND FOR DADE COUNT
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 73164-B
li RE i:
1',, .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO All .,': i HI .
Ha\ Itu) dull 11. maml
Said i:
You ..' notified in-l
quired :. ; an) elalini
items nds w hi. ti you may ha\ i
the i stall : IIAHIJOH
deceasi Ida. t" thi i '....n;.. .1 ii.if
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the Count) I 'our hi u-. n I >adi i
ty, Florida, within -i\
months from the titn
publli at Ion In', i f. -r the
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IN AND FOR DADE COL".*V.
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 728S B
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MAROARKT A tSN,
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T All Crdlt< r ...
^ Claims
Said Estati
I'ou ari
to presi nt ..ii.. i i. ids
which you ma
tati of MARC IRET \ I' v:
.si -.-il late of Diiib i -
Ida, to the 'ounl .1 whri i
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mil as provided li Seel
Statul
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ty. Florida. within -is
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CLARA \ PELT
As 1 a.
FtrSI publication of
the 23rd day of I mix
MOHRJH J. WATMKN
Attorne) for I'-xe-uttlx
10th Moor [tads Federal r.uilciTik
Miami, Florida 1
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NOTICE OF INTENTION,
TC 'CDLV FOR
CHANGE OF NAME
Chancery No 66C
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IN THE COLNTY JUDGE'S CC '-T
IN AND FOR DADE CO^N' ,,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 73304-B
III 111 of
m:ssi k si::.i .ma n,
i >r, ease I '
iNOntE TO CREDITOR?
To AH Creditors and All Persona
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 13462
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ADAM n TATLOR,
Plaintiff,
SYIATA B TATTjO*.
I "ef.ml .
TO .-Yi A IA E TAYT.OR
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- HERMAN
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gull .-'I to pn .-.ent any aim- i
demands erhb ii > ;>u may havi n\.
the .st ii. of HKHHIE SKI-ICM \N,
deeeased lat* nty, Flor-
ida, to th. Count! Judges ol Dade
County, ;md file the safne In dupli-
cate and us prei I d
bT.ci.i.i siatut. >. t: their offices Id
the Count) < VHirthi 'oun -
ty. Florida, within
months from first
ptltilu will
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A. ]. Alexander (left), honorary chairman of the Home Furnish-
ings Group, accepts a bronze walnut plaque from Arthur S.
Rosichan, executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation. Alexander was honored for his leadership and
service in the development of CJA's Home Furnishinas Group.
.r..<_i (right), u !cp leadership chairman of the
. !B7 Combined Jewish Appeal campaicn. accepts a coniiibu-
ident Lenore Bienenield, representing the Hebrew
/ Student Fund. The check presentation on bc-'nalf cf
18 also witnessed by Rabbi Alexandei S. Gross.
i] al of Hebrew Academy.
AT FRIDAY NIGHT SERVICES
Temple Judea
Consecration Set
Di Robert I Kahn, rabbi of
Temple Emanu El, oi Houston, will
deliver the guest sermon, "The
House oi God," Friday night as
Temple Judea of Coral Gables
holds 11- consecration weekend.
Announcement of Dr. Kahn's
Visit here was made by Joseph
Krefetz, president of the ('oral
Gables congregation which moved
it- new 9750,000 synagogue, social
hall and school buildings last
September
Sharing the pulpit on Friday
night will be Rabbi Morri* A.
Kipper, spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Judea, and the newly-ap-
pointed regional director of the
Southeastern Council of Amer-
ican Hebrew Congregations, Rab-
bi Robert P. Fraiin, who has just
arrived in Miami to take up his
new post.
Vnothei highlight of the conse-
cration weekend will he the Open-
ing ol Temple Judea's first art
exhibit in its new art nailery. -The
Art of Israel," a group <>r creative
oils graphics and sculptures i>>
WOrld-renowned Israeli artists is
ixhibil of contemporarj Israeli
art from the Hurra) S Greenfield
Gallery of Tel Aviv, Israel
A champagne reception will
highlight the 8 p.m. Saturday
opening of the week-long exhibit,
feature of the Temple Judea
Cultural series, An Invitation to
Discovery." which moves on to-
wards its Jan. 25 date with Bishop
James A. Pike.
Sunday morning, Rabbi Kahn
Will speak to the Temple Judea
Brothei hood at 11 am. on "Why
Remain Jews."
Friday evening's service will
be unusual in more ways than
having three rabbis on the pul-
pit. It will feature a special con-
secration service prepared by
clergymen of all faiths from
several churches in this area
and correlated by Rabbi Kip-
per.
Dr. Kahn. who has served his
Congregation in Houston for more
than 30 years and earned his doc-
torate from Hebrew Union Col-
ls a former national chaplain
of the American Legion He served
as a chaplain with the American
armed forces in New Guinea and
the Philippines daring World War
II
l'r Kahn is one of the national
leaders of the Reform movement
^Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday, January 13, 1967
Section 3
CJA Names 13 to Summit
WOMEN'S GROUPS IN ACTIVE DRIVE ... PAGE 12-B
Thirteen leading rabbis. Jewish
educators and community leaders
have accepted chairmanship ap-
pointments in the Communal Serv-
ices Division for the 1967 Com
bined Jewish Appeal campaign.
Edward Cohen, administrative
director of Temple Israel of Great
er Miami and chairman of CJA's
Communal Services Division, this
week announced those accepting
leadership positions. They are as
follows:
Rabbi Shimon Azulay, president
of the Hebrew Educators Alliance '
Hebrew Teachers Section; Her i
bert Berger. of the Bureau of Jew
ish Education Karen Ami Sec-
tion; Mrs. Jane Carver, of the YM
and WHA Youth Groups and
th YM and WHA Section; Joseph
Yanich, of the American Jewish
Congress National Affiliated
Agencies Section.
Also. Samuel Farber, of Mount
Sinai Hospital Nursing and Con-
valescent Home Section; I.eonard
Zilbeit, president of the Riverside
Memorial Chapel Cemeteries
and Funeral Homes Section; Ed-
ward Fox. professor at the Uni-
versity of Miami U of M Sec-
tion.
And. Kabbi Allen Rutchik. of the
United Synagogues of America
Temple Youth Croups Section;
Mrs. Milton Malakoff, of Temple
Beth Sholom Synagogue Ad-
ministrators Section; Cantor Jacoli
Bornstein. of Temple Israel Re
ligious Schools Section; Rabhi Mr
I.ipschitz. of Temple Beth Torah
and Rabhi Solomon Schiff. of Beth
El Congregation, and president of
the Rabbinical Association co
chairmen of the Rabbis Section;
and Robert P. Forman. assistant
executive director of the Create:
Miami Jewish Federation loca
Affiliated Agencies Section.
Point View Appointments
Daniel Neal Heller, chairman
of the Residents and High Rise
Division of the 1967 Combined
Jewish Appeal campaign, has an-
nounced the appointment of Irwin
H. Fisher and Robert M. Robbins
as co-chairmen of Point View
North.
The two co-chairmen are plan-
ning a breakfast for Point View
North residents on behalf of the
1967 CJA drive
The breakfast has been sched-
uled for Sunday morning. Jan. 22.
in the Communitv Room of Point
View North, and will feature Ber
Essen, local attorney, as guest
speaker. Essen is associate chair
man of CJA's Residents and High
Rise Division.
Members of the Point View
North-CJA committee include
Maurice Abelson, Sam ('. Halpert.
I>r Marvin Himmel. Mr and Mrs
Al Jacoby, Sam Klinn. Mr and
Mrs Seymour Liebman, Dr. Joseph
B. Olech. Sidney Rudolph Mr ana
Mrs Alan D Savitz, Arthur Schai
fel. Irving Stone, and Samuel E
Woolf
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Friday, January 13. 1967
IN TALK HERE ON JAN. 25
Sholom Aleichem
House to Feature
Maurice Samuel
tar ;im(I lecturer Maurice Sam-
Mil be guest speaker ;n an
venlng with Sholom Aleichem"
i Wednesday e\ > ning J..
... '! c Duponl Plaza Hotel.
I he evening will mark the
MAUKKt SAMUtl
tn'ii in Tel Aviv, Israel, last May
the Sholom Aleichem Mouse.
"Beth Sholom Aleichem in Tel
Aviv is not merely a memorial
to the greatest of Yiddish writ-
ers," declared Samuel. "It is
also an institution designed to
perpetuate as a living memory
the world he recreated in his
books the world which the
? ury of Nazism destroyed."
In the Library of Beth Sholom
Meuhem. in the museum, it| audi-
lorium and its meeting rooms, the
CRB Appoints
New Assistant
Robert H S nuns is the new
deputj dii >l lh Dade
ly Coi
Hen Si sel, t necutive r has
announci
The deputy director's posl
ries with it secoi nmand n
iponsibilil
Simms brin I i this position
over a decad< residence in
Greater Miami ares wide i
ence and knowledge of the :
school system he vv..- | rmerry
a physical education instructoi
and broad acquaintance within
both the businesi and minority
eommuuil
Aa form r of t1 e local
Small Busines- Development Cen-
ter, a federal!) funded anti poverty
program, Simms devel ped and!
supervised $275,000 In loans to'
businessmen ir. low income and
minority group areas
Simms earned !:is BS degree
from Xavier University In New
Orleans and bad additional gradu-
al* work at New York University,
Tuakegee Institute, and the Uni-
versity f Miami
cultural activities programmed
there renew from da> today the
pathos, humor and warmth of
Sholom Aleichem s writings which
the generation of the destroyed
would have wanted to transmit to
its posteritj aei oi to Samuel
.1 Rodn bi chairman of the
who this wet i Samuel's
appeal I I 25
Ticket- ; i thi i venin
and are
from Rodman at 97 l E Baj Har-
bor Dr.
Samuel, with more than 20
hooks to his (red;*, has written
extensively on a variety of literary
and historical themes, including
the current "Blood Accusation."
best-selling book based on the
Bcilis blood libel case He is also
a novelist, and has translated sev-
eral of the works of Sholein Asch
into English.
The Saturday Review of Lit-
erafure has honored Samuel with
an award for his work, "The '
World of Sholom Aleichem."
Beth Sholom Aleichem is com-'
pletely paid for. noted Rodman,
who has gifted some $65,000 to the
pro; ;*
. ne project becan in November.
15)61. when I. D. Berkowit/. noted
Israeli author, wrote to B 7. Cold
berg, prominent Yiddish journal
:st. ir. the IS. to discuss the pos-'
sibility of establishing such an in-'
stitution.
Both were keenly interested in
Sholom Aleichem, for family
as well as literary reasons. Both
had married daughters of Shol-
om Aleichem.
whose column has
been appearing in the Day-Morning
r 33 yean n produced
. which subsequent!) at-
it : Rodman and '
Morris Laub, now serving as sec
retar
Meiehem ttee
Foard members of Temple Both Sholom, its
Sislerhood and Brotherhood meet at the home
of Mi. end Mrs. Seymour Silverman. 5070 No.
Bay Rd.. to discuss Beth Sholom's Black and
Red Birthday Ball set here for Jan. 21. land-
ing (left to right) eve Rabbi Leon Kronish. spir-
itual leader of the congregation; Marvin Coop-
er, financial secretary; Harry B. Smith, co-
rhnuman of the Birthday Ball; Mrs. Marvin
Marx, vice president of Sisterhood; Stanley
Lcvinson, co-chairman of the ball; Marvin
Marx, member of the ball committee; lames
S. Knopke, president of the Brotherhood. Seat-
ed are Mrs. Seymour Silverman. president ot
Sisterhood, and Mrs. Stanley Levinson, co-
chairman of the ball. (See story, Page 5-B.)
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Chabad Dinner to Honor Ginsberg
Louis Ginfberg, of Miami Beach.
;i leader of the Cuban Hebrew
ircle and numerous other relig-
ious organizations, has become a
founder of Camp Gan Israel in
Florida, Chabad dinner chairman.
Norman Cimcnt, announced Wed
nesday.
Ciment said Ginsberg will join
he growing list of honorees at
he S36a-couple silver anniversary
dinner of Chabad. scheduled Jan.
22 at the Deauville Hotel.
Ginsberg, who was guest of
honor last year at the annual
Yeshiva Torah Vodaath dinner
in Miami Beach, is a long-time
supporter of the Lubavitcher
movement and other Jewish
causes.
He will be feted at the Jan. 22
dinner, marking the 25th anni
versary of Lubavitch activities in
he United States, along with Mr.
and Mrs. Solomon Alter, Mr. and
Mrs Leonard Zilbert, Mr. and Mrs.
Anna Segal, all of Miami Beach
Mrs. Rifka Safra, of Miami Beach, Tfilah Congregation of Miami
\;i announced as the sixth found- Beach. Mrs Safra is the mother of
r ol Camp Gan Israel. Dr. Jack Safra
Widow of the late Hi" Mey i The Safra family ha-- supported
ime president ol Beth'Chabad lor many years, and is ac-
LOUIS G/NSBfRG
AT TIMPLt ISRAEL ON SUNDAY
tive in numerous other religious
and educational causes.
Dr. V. W. Greene, professor of
public health at the University of
Minnesota, will be the guest speak-
er at the banquet, expected to at
tract a record atendance of 50(1
persona
A nationally-known lecturer and
speaker. Dr. Greene joined the
Lubavitch movement several years
ago. He is considered one of the
Midwest's leading authorities on
medical administration, research
and education.
Judge Eugene Weiss, munici-
pal judge of Miami Beach, and
Leonard Zilbert, vice president
of Riverside Memorial Chapel,
spoke in behalf of the Cha-
bad celebration at 2:30 p.m.,
Sunday, over Jacob Schachter's
Jewish Radio Hour. Judge Weiss,
exalted ruler of the Beach Elks,
is a vice chairman of the dinner.
Councilman Joe Malek and
Michael Sossin, co-chairmen of the
dinner, lauded Ciment for -excel
lent initial response to the Silver
Anniversary banquet, both in
terms of attendance and financial
support
arranged for this Sunday. 10:30
am., at which the dinner commit-
tee will give its final report on
the progress being made foi the
Dr. Frceliof Due at Adult Institute
A founders breakfast has been Jan 22 function
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Dr Solomon B. Freehof, of binate, Rabbi Freehof's lecture i>
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remple Israel of Greater Miami. Januar) at Temple Israel,
las CbOtetl the subject. "When aie On Wednesday. Dr Kreeliol" will
\'e Educated?" tor his 10 am. review "The Gates of Hie Forest,"
re on Sunday at the Green- bj Elie Wiesel, at a luncheon of
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A leader of the American rab "Flowers in the Bible," Mrs
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Freehof's latest book, will be her
topical a tea mi Thursdaj lo which
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(in Saturday morning, Rabbi
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cussing the works of Sholom Alei-
chem during the adult class which
ns at 9:30 a.m., as part of the
series, "Mainstream of Judaism
Following the coffee break, tan
tor Jacob Bornstein will presenl a
musical program in the Elias M
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i
Youth Named
Baal Koreh
\ hoy who will he Bar Mitzvah
next month has been chosen as
official Baal Koreh at Temple Beth
Solomon.
Scott Demsky. a fifth made stu-
dent, will chant and officiate at all
weekday, Sabbath afternoon and
Rosh C'hodesh services at Beth Sol
onion, according to an announce
ment Wednesday by Rabbi Aaron
Feier.
Scott was chosen from among
students in a course in synagogue
leadership which began in August.
He has been reading the Haftorah
and Torah weekdays during the
past two months.
Scott is the son of Mr and Mrs
Bernard Demsky. of 5155 NW 1st
St., Miami.
Shepard Appointment Told
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manager of the Dupont l'la/a Ho-
tel, has been appointed to the 1961
state insurance convention advis-
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and insurance Commissioner Brovi
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WEST POINT JEWISH CHAPEL CHOIR WILL APPEAR AT BETH TORAH CONGREGATION FEB. 4
IN WEEKEND OF SOCIAL FESTIVITIES AT BETH TORAH
West Point Jewish Chapel Choir will make its first appear-
ance in the Greater Miami area at Beth Torah Congregation.
The group will arrive at Homestead Air Force Base by U.S.
Air Force jet from Washington, D.C., on Friday. Feb. 3.
North Miami Mayor Arthur I. Snyder will head a Beth Torah
welcoming delegation, and the choir will be escorted by police
motorcade to the home of Ewald Ziffer, president ol the congre-
gation, and Mrs. Ziffer. where they will be entertained at a
luncheon in their honor.
The weekend of festivities will include a supper dance
at Beth Torah on Saturday night, Feb. 4, where the cadets will
entertain with a special program of choral melodies. Highlight
of the evenina will be the presentation of young ladies of the
community escorted by cadets in their full-dress uniforms.
The West Point Jewish Chapel Choir is a widely-traveled
grouo of 25 cadets from four classes at the Academy. Although
theil chief function is to provide music for Jewish services held
each week in the Old Cadet Chapel, the choir also makes trips
throughout the country The choir is under the direction of
Cadet 2 C Mark Edelman. of Kingston. N.Y. Specialist 5 Joseph
Kreuzer is organist-accompanist. Maj. Michael S. Sirkis is officer
in charge.
Morris Goldfarb, chairman of the supper dance, said this
week that widespread community interest has caused reserva-
tion! to come pouring in. and a capacity attendance is expected "
Friday, January :3, l%7
'Sho!ern Aleichem'
To Receive Review
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n >< ting ol :li" \ 'in
i berg Braiu I Ireal
ami "'i Mond
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the Washington I \
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ham Filosofl wijl pi side
eding nw I i M Nai
Soroff, cultural i
troduce Mrs Sal
Social Singles Slate Fvnctfons
B'nai B'rith S Sing] will
hold a dance on I
at the Saxony Hoi
Jan 29 the orga i hold
an installation dil 10 Ihi
Saxons
West Point Jewish Chapel Choir Due
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THE
YIYO FORUM
will open
Saturday, Jan. 14, 8 PM.
NEW QUARTERS
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4144 CHASE AVENUE
Miami Beach
Guest Speaker
ISRAEL KNOX
latfaaf
"Judaism As A
Philosophy of Life"
The Greoter Miomi Yio Comr- nee
The Greater Miami Yive Fon.
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New Members
For BB Lodge
Harmony 1 B
held an initiation cei i
da) fo 39 new men.' i duct
ed by Judge Norman <
Bernie Langberg, past presidents,
Charli Kossi ire and Max W iti
On Thursday, Jan, 19. the .'roup
is sponsoring a Dania .lai Mai
nightly with .1 Neiman in charge.
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Sunday. Jan. 15.
for interview or information :ill
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MANY LOCAL REFERENCE!
Members of the Temple Emanu-El homecom-
ing committee discuss the recent annual col-
lege homecoming service at the temple. Seat-
ed are Danny, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Abelow; Patty, daughter of Mrs. Harry King;
and Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of
the congregation. Standing are (left to right)
Bruce, son of Mrs. Mildred Hillman; Carol,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Trent; Ro-
melle. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Isaac Weinkle;
Steven, son of Dr. and Mis. Sherman Kaplan;
Lee, son of Mrs. Estelle Rosenhouse; David
Kaye, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bernard; and
Joan, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Leon Man-
heimer. Participants in the service were Joan
Manheimer, Patty King Jonathan Turk and
Edward Grenwald.
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Provides Confidential Counseling
Completely confidential service,;
offered by professionally qualified,
family counsellors, is available to
the entire community through the
Jwlah Family and Children's
Service of Greater Miami.
With main offices at 35 NE 17th
St.. and a fully-staffed office at
420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach.
JFCS is a member agency of the
Child Welfare League of America.
Family Service Association of
America and the Welfare Planning
Council of Dade County
Among the services provided
arc marriage counseling, par-
ent-child counseling, personal
counseling, service to the aged.
aid to the unwed mother, adop-
tion service, foster homo serv-
ice and homemaker service.
A competent staff, headed by
executive director Leon D. Fisher,:
points out that everyone has prob- <
lems. "Sometimes we can solve;
them ourselves, other times pro-
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Confidential interviews with a
skilled, professional caseworker
are available to all persons, re-,
gardless of their ability to pay
The sliding scale fee contributes
to the OOSl of the service, but does
not cover the bulk of it
JFCS receives tho major port
of its financial support from
the United Fund of Dado County
and tho Creator Miami Jewish
Federation. Tho inability to pay
never disqualifies a parson who
needs helo, nor does it altar tha
quality of tho service rendered.
Dr. Melvin L. Becker is president
of JFCS for 1966-67, with Ben No-
vack and Mrs. Charles Goldstein
serving as vice presidents. Joseph
Gasscn is secretary and Eugene R.
Katz is treasurer.
Additional information on JFCS
services is available by teiephon
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Beth Sholom to Mark 'Red and Black' 24th Anniversary
Ten pie B"h Sholom will cele-
brate i- 24th anniversary with a
Blue1 and Red Birthday Ball at
the J' ntainebleau Hotel on Satur-
day < ening, Jan. 21, according to
an a inouncemenl by Louis F.
Snetman, president.
Tn< ball at the Fontainebleau
will preceded by a cocktail par-
ty i" the temple auditorium, after
whicr. guest will go to the Foil-
l; i ieau for the Birthday Ball
cel< ition.
Entertainment will be featured
by th< well-known actress and tel-
evision personality, Sheila MeRae,
and the Hi I Glea Girls from the
Jacl Gleason Show, Greta Ran-
dall. Judv Jordan, Pat Sandy.
Elain- Richard and Lanita Kent.
Mn -i will be provided by two
popular bands Jerry Marshall and
Phil Vapoleoti
"Beth Sholom has made tremen-'
dous stnaei tn its short history
and has made its impact felt not
onl} n the l>cal community but
thinti^hout the country, since dur-
ing t'e course of the year visitors'
floe* to B?ch Sholom not only
fron every corner of the United
Stau but from Europe and South
Ameica a? well," Snetman said
in ainour.Ciri the event.
Btrthdav 3all committee includes
Me^-s-rs ar.d Mesdames
,i.,. a \ >b it Juan M a:t..-n
Jlittl i A I If I. A lil.llll S .In^v
I1 -:i A >|>L-I>;ium, Mr*. Jo-
r ; ih Ash. Norman h.-i-
I.. Ir BakW, Mrs. Sniiiii.-l
I:. k< mai Bernardo Hamas, Irvlnx
i:. i, I'.iu' Bl .....r, Tad Bodln, Mi-
st, : Bore lonaa Brotman, Mich- i
tin .ii .i itunhman. Jack
a ruiiio'*, Matthew Commanda>,
I n i -. Philip Da via, M.,\
i i v in Ted I ten, Kam-
ivld Drucker, Han >ld
I ,. <: '
M u.it/. Leon .1 Ell.
i : K m. Jack ai Kink.
i i -.1.,. I-'.!-, hn 'i
l M P ledman, Paul Oaler,
i i;. i i k .i.
| ; imon B Hold
- m. Mis Harrj \
r Harold (Jr.inoff,
.1 > I > i i i 11 i
^ Mi i i' i;.. Hi..
i '; Mr*. Ti hi\ Mo
II.. ll I >..\ I I I I. -II-
Ernanu El
Mid-Winter
Tea Slated
Surerhood 1 Temple Ernanu-
El M II hold it- annual midwinter
tea honoring life members next
Wedneada 1 p.m.. at the Fon
tai ebleau Hotel, announced Mrs.
I. nard Abramaon, president.
featured will be a fashion show
entitled New Faces in Fashion."
by Wilma Of New York. All mem
b" of the Sisterhood, conjire-
i, and their guests, are in-
vilei1 to participate.
'!' mpie Emanu-El Sisterhood,
an affiliate ot the National Worn
"i x-ai-ue of the Jewish Theolog
icaj Seminary, is responsible for
man; acti tie* essential to the
l well-being." accord
1 to Dr. living Lehrman, spirit-
ual lead -
"These include support of the
youth program and provision of
positive education programs that
integrate the Jewish home with
the synagogue."
4. 1AJ
oman
World
Juif Jordan
Sheila McRae
del. Prank Heppa, Pi........' m '
Ml ton .l.i.i ha I'r Rohan J. .Inffe.
Kamen, irvinic B. Kaplan, i:ii
Kalxin.
Max Keaa Iman Jamea s Knopke,
Il:ir\> Kramer, Mis Inea Krensky,
. in K ahn i n, Me n L/indow,
it. I'i Bennett I .
i'i I. i I...in. It fcanford Levlne,
Alex [.evlnann, Btanle> Levlnaon, M -
8j .1 l .) I ir All \ in ler l.ii.,. Mi r-
r'a I |w Mi Tea* Mtt. Alvln B.
Renjamin Mandell. Dr. Robert Marln,
Uelaelman. El Meltser, Michael Mir-
-.-I. i> ild Mi'.-r. Mnrrl* Mlll-r. Wil-
liam Miller It. Morrla Mflateln
Moi r) B Morrla, Joaepn Kevel,
Maurj S n Ick, air* Banmel Orltt,
Joseph Pardo Elliot Pearl, Marvin
1'ihi. David Ponve, I'hiiip I'ostelnek
jar* Aaron M. Redei. \\- Ivln Rli hard,
Jacob Rlfkln, Renjumln r. U.m.r. Dr.
Alexander Robbina, Sldnuj Rockwell,
i '..in.. r,i Roaen, I" Robert Roaen,
Abiaham Roaenbera, Philip Roaen-
berg, Hldne) Roaa, Irving Rothman,
Alex Rubin, Mm Ku.it. It Norman
Mra Bi njamin Sabln, Philip
s.li!i..s,-l. Nathan SehoenbeiK. Iiarrj
S<-hul,lini-r, Julius 8er, Mra Ethel
Bhapli'.. J... k i' Shapiro.
Joaeph Bharpe, Joseph Shawtnut,
Maurice B Stein, Larrj Bllverman,
Seymour Bllverman, Charlea Bilvera,
Harrj B, Smith. Louia I- Snetman,
Pied b'omerateln, Murra) Bonnet t,
Marry Sons, J. Bernard Bpector, Ralph
s-.i.io. Mrs Bamuel Bteln, Martin
Stelner, Paul A Btern, Mra Alex A
si1.1 is. I'win Tsplla, Robert Town-
send, Mrs Jack L'dell, I.....n L'nger,
Miss Miriam V'ernlck, Mr>. Charlotte
\..i4.-i. Jack Waaner, Nathan Wald-
man, Mr*. Irving Westln, Bernard
Wi.-i.r. Allan A. Wilson, .- mon
Wolff, Mis Harrj E. Wolk, William
Vabowlts, Harold Zlnn
Cocktail party ami dinner arrange-
ments committee oca Meaaers and
Meadamea Stanley Levlnaon and Har-
ry B. Smith, co-chairmen, Marvin
Cooper, Jamea 8. Knopke, Marvin
Marx, Philip Sihliss.-!. 8e> moor SII-
verman, Loula F. Snetman, and Ralph
Bpero
"ejew87ils]hi Floridian
Friday, January 13, 1967 Page 5-B
tlaint Richards rat Sandy
lanita Ktnl Greta Randall
JWV Prexy
Visits Auxiliary
On the Beach
Florida State Department Pres-
ident Mrs Arthur Lee, of the Jew-
ish War Veterans Auxiliaries, paid
an official visit to the Miami Beach
Auxiliary on Jan. 5.
Program included presentation
of the Friendship Traveling Gavel
to President Mrs. Herman Lazarus
by the Colonel David Marcus Post
Auxiliary.



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BANKS
December 31, 1966
ASSETS
Cash and Due from Banks.......... $ 39,285,375.00
Securities:
U.S. Government
and Guaranteed ....$32,361,044.78
State, County
and Municipal......20,643,718.16
rasarrr..... 247,250.00 ^.ou.*
Loans and Discounts.............. 92,456,531.11
Banking Houses and Equipment ... 4,244,937.52
Accrued Interest and Other Assets 2,076,937.96
TOTAL..................... $191,315,794.53
LIABILITIES
Deposits ......................... $173,801,630.14
Other Liabilities .................. 2,476,530.17
Unearned Discounts and Reserves .. 2,551,228.18
Capital Debentures ..$2,000,000.00
Capital Stock........ 4,340,430.00
Surplus ............. 3,900,000.00
Undivided Profits .... 2,245,976.04
TOTAL CAPITAL FUNDS .... 12,486,406.04
A TOTAL..................... $191,315,794.53
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25 W. FLAGLER STREET
MICHAEL J. FRANCO. President
LEONARD L. ABESS. Chairman of the Boara
CITY NATIONAL BANK OF CORAL GABLES
2701 LaJEUNE ROAD
ALLAN T. ABESS. JR.. President
ROBERT M. ALTEMUS, Chairman ot the Board
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326 71 at STREET
GERALD A. KELLER. President
LEONARD L. ABESS, Chairman o( the Board


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* Jen 1st florid/fari
Friday, January 13. 196"


n
j
by ISABEL GROVE
Faron do Hirsch Meyer, who
alui.vs takes time from his busy
sell '(lule to compose a personal
New Year thought for his friends.
:t. n this one for 1967: After
all is said and done Compas
Mm. knowledge and virtue Are
The only possessions that do not
lade awav

Varriag. uhieh spans a half-
ecntuiy-plus five, celebrated by
Janet and William Friedman at
the Friday nicht Oneg Shabbat
following servicea at Temple Z*
ra Married Jan. l. 1911.
in New York City, the couple
i lived here some 43 yean
-liter
ren, the coup-
: inter
;
. That
I
\ 1i I iardner has
h nit two andmothers to
when she is on the Gold
One is Mrs. Ethel
Sh chet, of the.Martfflque Hotel.
" her. .Mrs. Sally (iardner. ..
CarTton Terrace .
Thi teen-age daughter of Dr.
Mi- Alvin F. Gardner, of
Wa hingten, D.C., was the house
Suesl of her aunt and uncle. Mr
and Mis. Lloyd Gardner, at 872."
SW 83rd St., where her two
_ cousins, Sharon Lee 15.
I.ai r\ 12. also had ideas tor
tabling her
\ iconic \ isitors : i om Me; I ick.
l.l the David Wermans and
I >> i ill. ee Jonathi n, \.i imi and
in.-, arrived Dec 2i in time
ittend a family dinner given
< oi their aunt ami
uncle. Dottie and Leon Kaplan
Occasion was the fourth birth
ol the Kaplan grandson, Ken
i son of tin' former Linda
K.i| !an and Dick Brickman. par-
ents also of Karen 8. and Patti G
. Other family members par
till >a;ing in the celebration.
Ka| Ian daughter Rita, husband
Edward Ginsburg and their l.vnn
3. son of the household. Stanley
19, Dottie's sister. Lee. and Ben
Singer, and houseguosts. Anne
Steinfeld, of Daytona Beach, and
Kenneth Solomon, of Hollywood.
*
Col. and Mrs. Milton E. Hitler
and their two spent the holidays
here visiting with her mother.
Mrs. Phil Steen Also enter-
tained by her brother and wife,
the Sam Steens. of the David Wil-
liam Apartments.
. *
Mrs. Sarah London. 7373 SW
23rd St.. celebrating the return
of her son. PFC Marvin Barry
Cohen, from a tour of duty in
Viet Nam by hosting the One-;
Shabbat at Temple Or Olom the
first Fridaj of the Nov. Year .
Holder of the Bi ir and a
I'Fc Cohen returns
to dut) i l Gordoi Gi the
his month.
*
Lena Gutstein, who makes her
home with daughter and son-in-
law, Prida and Alex Miller, at
2952 S Miami Ave. was honored
guest at a surprise dinner party
for her New Year's Day birthdaj
. Affair held in the lovely new
Hollywood Hills home of Mr. and
Mrs Manuel Blau and their sis
ter. Kvelyn Tankel Adding
to the happiness of the occasion
was the presence of sister-in-law,
Mrs. Nuchiis Wolfe, of Jerusalem,
and grandson Frank Miller, on
v.nation from Antioch College.
* *
A feu days of fishing in Bimini
enjoyed bj Maura) Rev it/ and
son. Mark, while the lady of the
house kept the family manse at
9530 w Broadview Di running
smoothly, and daughter Janice,
in her first year at Hie University
of Miami Law School, kept her
cute little noe to the grindstone.
Series of surprises initiated
when New Yorkers Mr and Mrs.
George Weiss, with sons Kenneth
and Harve Michael, arrived un-
expectedly to help their parents,
Mr. and Mrs Morris Pepper, cel-
ebrate their birthdays earlier this
mouth Getting into the spirit
Tcik on Weight For ORT Unit
Islander Chapter of Women's Guest speaker will be Norma
American ORT will hold its regu Thrasher, of the 'Weight Watch
lar luncheon meeting at the Dcau-
ville Hotel on Tuesday
Flavor Favorite
MARPARV
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Margarine
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Rosen and U.S. Supreme Court Associ-
ate Justice Abe Fortas chat quietly before they ascended the
dais for the Hebrew Academy dinner last Sunday night at
the Deauville Hotel. (See story, page 14-B.)
Certified
(0) KOSHER and PAREVE
of the occasion. Mrs Pepper then
threw a surprise party for her
6toyoar-old husband Attend-
ing the festivities, long time
friends of the family. Miss Sue
Morrison, also of New York, the
honorec's other daughter and
spouse. Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Markinson, with their two, and
their son. Arthur Pepper, his wife
and three daughters Also,
the patriarch of the family, Abra-
ham Pepper, pioneer M:;i;man
who marked his 87th birthdaj
Dec. 22 Stopping by through
out the evening to add their fel-
icitations, the celebrants two
brothers. Dr. and Mrs Max Pep
per, Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Pep-
per, Mrs Pepper's brother. Max
Shapiro, and spouse, her sister.
Mrs. Anne Leibowitz, and com
ploting the family circle, cousins
Mr. and Mrs Joseph Rotenberg
The Blackamoor Lounge of the
Harbour House was chosen hv
Harbour IIoiim prexy, Sol Taipin.
and his Ruth tor a fabulous COCV
tail part) honoring Leonard Ses~.
of Cleat Neck. 1.1.. and his
charming fiancee, Miss Ramond
Ha/en of Paris, France Guest
included Dr. and Mrs. Judd
Breakstone. Mrs. Joseph Fhrlich
Mr and Mrs Bob Cohen, of Calif
she is the former Phyllis Pol
lack, of Miami Beach Sylvia
and Bob Schaeffer. of Hollywood.
Dr. and Mrs. Sam Tureck, Mr
and Mrs. Robert Roe-siny. Dr. and
Mrs. Arthur Kleinman. Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Grinpler. Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Perlnian. of Chicago
Mr Jordan Davidson. Sid and
Dud lev Wucker. of New York
City. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sha
plro, of Baltimore, Mr. and Mrs
Jack Coursbon, Mr. and Mrs
Martin Taplin. Mr. and Mrs. In
in;; Pollack. Dr. and Mrs. Stanlev
Coltune, Mr. and Mrs. By Tap
lin. of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Ber
Adels. Midge Zopolean. Judgi
and Mrs Ra> Pearson. Mr. Gem
Segal, of Chicago. Mr. and Mis
I. Z. Mann. Edythc Clement
The Story Book Lady" Mi
and Mrs Howard Lit/ken. Jack
Taplin. Mr and Mrs Harry Mm
genroth, Kathleen Glander. In
ing Fielstone. Dr. and Mrs t
Cniv Gieseke, and Mr. and Mrs
Bill Glick.
i
I he 111
eluded in the 19( 6 <~. < li
i \\ ho v. ii SI lenl -
in n Universities
-,' olli-es. which provides na
tional recognition of outstandin
student leaders Son of Mi
and Mrs. Moe Srhat/man. whi
have another son Arnold. Bol
was also recently tapped for tht
Order of Omega, highest Greek
Honorary at the I'M. for lean
ership and contributions on cam
pus" .
Bobs activities and achieve
nicnts include Board of Reviev
for University College, sopho-
more representative to i ndei
graduate student Government
student faculty committee on Or
ganization, Zeta Beta Tan Fra
ternity, Intel Fratarnitj Council
representative, social standards
chairman for IFC. executivi
homecoming committee, i
decorations chairman He T
enter law school next fall
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* .Jen isli ncradri&n
Page 7-3
f
Book Review At Aged Home
Jewish Home for the Aged Aux- "The Hostage," by Charles \
diary is scheduling a meeting nexl I:u''-
Tuesday noon at the Home. '" ?nar*e "f reservati n
Mrs Larrj Levy and Miss Ri
Mrs. Fred Abrams will review Stein.

Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah in con-
junction with its 20 groups, is sponsoring the
premiere showing of the Israeli film, "Impos-
sible on Saturday." at the Carib Theatre, Lin-
coln Rd., in an exclusive one-night showing.
The comedy has English dialogue. All pro-
ceedc will go to the Hadassah Medical Center
in Israel. Working committee planning the af-
fair at the home of Mrs. Irvinq Westin (above)
includes Mrs. Henry Wernick, president of
Miami Beach Chapter, Mis. Ben Zeigmund,
vice president, and Mesdames Harrv Platoff,
and M. Ecker. Showing is slated for next Tues-
day evening, Jen. 17.
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah Plans
Annual Award, Varied Group Programs
Miami Beach Chapter of Had.is
-ah is rolling out the red carpet
for its annual Myrtle Wreath
Award and tribute to membership
which will he held on Monday. Jan.
23, 12:30 p.m. at the Miami Beach
Auditorium Paid-up and new mem-
ters will he welcomed. Mrs. Jack
Davis i- membership vice presi-
lent
Mrs High Salpeter, national
membership chairman, will make
he presentation to the recipients
>f Hadassah's highest honor. Mrs
Henry D Wernick is president.
Miami Beach Chapter will hold
Is third of the hook review series
on Monday. 1:30 p.m.. at the Al-
giers Hotel. Melvyn B. Prumkes,
Miami attorney, will review the
hook, "Blood Accusation.'" by Maur-
ice Samuel.
Mrs. Jack Miller, vocational edu-
cation chairman, has announced
that all proceeds of this series will
go toward providing scholarships
for needy students in Israel.
Bible Study Group session is
scheduled for Saturday. 12:30 p.m..
at the home of Mrs. Elis Amdur.
1135 -103rd St., Bay Harbor. Mrs.
Sanford Jacobson, chairman of the
Bible sessions, will discuss the
Psalms.
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Mr- Barnett Beckerman. educa
iion vice pr< sidenl ol the Miami
h i hapter, has announced that
the courses in Hebrew conversa
tion and reading will lie resumed
Enrollment will begin mi Wednes-
day. .Ian. 18. at the Hadassah of
fiee, .OT Lincoln Rd.. at 9:45 a.m.
Coffee will be served. Mrs 7.\ l
Feinstcin, formerly of (h. 2. is In-
structor. Hadassah winter residents
are welcome to classes
Eddie Cantor Group will hold
its regular monthly meeting on
Thursday. .Ian. 19. 12 noon, in the
(iitii Room of the Fontainehleau
Hotel.
Forte Towers Group has sched-
uled its annual "Eye Bank'
bruncheon and card party on
Tuesday. 11 a.m.. in the newly-
opened restaurant of the Center
Building. Mrs Hetty Doniksy is
chairman, and Mi- Fanny Pomer-
ant/, co-chairman of the affair
Mrs. Frances M. Sass is president
I. R. Goodman Group will hold
it- regular monthly meeting on
Wednesday evening at Washing-
ton Federal Auditorium. 8th St
and Washington Ave. Miss Sid Dul-
berg, program chairman, will in-
troduce a symposium on Youth
Aliyah. A special games party has
also been arranged for Youth Ali-
yah on Saturday evening, Jan. 28,
at the home of Miss Molly Cohen.
4447 No. Bay Rd. Miss Lillian,
Goodman is president.
* *
Herzl Group will hold its annual
Henrietta S/old Founders Day din
ner and show on Sunday. Jan. 22.
7 p.m., at the Hal Masque Supper
Club Koom of the Americana Ho
tel. Mrs. Milton Weinberg i- pies
ulent.
Renanah Group will hold its i< .
ular monthlj meeting on Tuesday,
I p.in at the home of Mrs Har
old Segal, 4550 Meridian Ave
ThiouUi the courtesj of the Louis
and August Beaut) Salon, a guesl
speaker will talk on the art of i
makeup and the care and Heat
ment of the skin. Mrs Sidney
Goldberg is program chairman.
Mis Walter Lebowitz is president
Ringling Bros.
At Beach Hall
Ringling Bros.. Barnum & Bailey
Circus, will appear at the Miami
Beach Convention Hall on Wednes
day. Jan. 18, through Sunday,
Jan. 22.
Hugo Schmitt, principal elephant
trainer, will offer the traditional
and spectacular elephant presents
tion during the five (lay stand
here.
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Friday. January 12 1967
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Sarah Feidelson. now Mrs Mandle Zaban. is the young-
est of five. Born in New York City, she and the family
moved to Swainsbora when she was six weeks old.
When it was time for her older brother to be Bar Mitz-
vah. they moved to Savannah, Ga. Those were pioneering
days. Sarah had a normal and hap-
py childhood. She went to Agnes
Scott, a girls" college in Atlanta.
During the summer, they vaca-
tioned at the seashore. 18 miles
from Savannah it was the thing
to do.
Sarah and her brother.
Charles, were the two children
left at home. Charles went to Ox
ford. England, and Cambridge
after he had won a scholarship to
Georgia Tech. He was the first
judge of Juvenile Court in Atlan-
ta.
Sarah met her Husband. Man-
SARAH die. when he was a student at
Georgia Tech. and they were mar-
ried quite young. When as one of the first draftees in
World War I he had to go overseas, they took the plunge,
even though her father thought her mother had lost her
mind when she gave the young couple the family's blessing.
Mandle was gone three years. While he was in service over
IS, Sarah worked as a secretary to a general in the US.
Army
Sarah became the first president of the Business and
Professional Group of Hadassah. When Mandle came home,
he went into a chemical business known as Zep. and Sarah
helped in the firm until he retired 17 years ago.
The Zabans have one son. Erwin, who is married to
Doris, and three grandchildren. Carol, who is the wife
of Dr. Larry Cooper: Laura, who will exchange vows in
June; and Sara, the youngest, who is ten, and was named
for her grandmother. Erwin is president of National Serv
ices today, which merged with their original chemical
company.
The family moved to Miami Beach because of Mandle's
health, and go to Arizona with him winters. Sarah keeps
all of her affiliations with her previous organizations and
has been most generous in her adopted town of Miami
Beach. Together, the Zabans believe in helping their fellow
man through their trust funds and individual gifts such as
Zaban Day Park in Atlanta and a chapel in Cleveland, Ga.
They have also created a scholarship for Negroes in their
plant and provide an up-to-date kitchen with free lunches
for employees.
Sarah was always active in Combined Jewish Appeal
and still is. Not only is Sarah a godmother at Mt. Sinai
Hospital here, but she keeps other hospitals under her
wing, too. Sarah is content being a hausfrau and keeping
in touch with her many friends both here and away. Her
brother. Charles, who is now. along with everything else,
a book critic for the New York Times, sends her enough
books to keep her well occupied.
The Zabans' life can well be an example of man's
responsibility to his fellow man.
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Paul Glaskins
In So. America
On Wedding Trip
Now on a wedding trip to Mex-
ico City and South America, the
former Caroline Ellen Schoemann
and Paul Arthur Glaskin exchang-
ed vows on Sunday, Jan. 8. at the
Deauville Hotel. A reception in
the hotel followed the evening
ceremony performed by Rabbi
Max Lipschitz.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ern-
est Schoemann. 20020 NE 20th Ct..
the bride was attended by Carole
Kaiser, maid of honor, Gail Spiel
berg and Lynn Kanov. bridesmaids
The bridegroom's brother. Bruce
L. Glaskin. served as his best man.
They are the sons of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel M. Glaskin. 1320 NE 161st
St Ushers included Gary Arbeiter,
Michael Cowan, Phil Brandon and
Steve Rothenberg
New Mrs. Glaskin is a graduate
of Valley Stream South High and
Claremont Secretarial School, both
in New York. Her bridegroom is
a graduate of North Miami Senior
High and attended the University
ol Florida. He is a member of Al-
pha Epsilon Pi Fraternity
Couple will live In the Bel
House. N Miami.
Freya Feld
Weds Dr. Segal
Following a honeymoon in Nas-
sau, the former Freya Joy Feld
and Dr. Anthony Segal will live
in Manchester. England. The
couple exchanged nuptial vows on
Sunday. Jan. 8. at the Deauville
Hotel where they were feted at a
reception
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jos-
eph Feld. 4916 Buchanan St.. Hol-
lywood. Fla., formerly of Miami,
the bride is a graduate of Miami
Senior High. She attended the Uni-
versity of Florida and is a member
of Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority.
Her bridegroom is the son of
Mr and Mrs. Philip Segal, of Man-
chester, and graduated from Sid-
ney Jussesi College, Cambridge
University, University of Manches-
ter Medical School.
Trip to Mexico
For Steve Brents
The former Joan Roberta Menin
and Steve Brent were married at
the Eden Roc Hotel on Saturday.
Jan. 7.
Parents of the newly-weds are
Mr. and Mrs. Barry Menin. 4465
! Sheridan Ave., Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Resnick. 1375 N. Biscayne Point
Rd.
New Mr. and Mrs. Brent both
attended Miami Beach Senior High
and Miami Dade Junior College.
Following an extended honey-
moon in Mexico, the couple will
live at 1900 S. Treasure Dr.
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Women's League
Slates Speaker
At Jan. 19 Meet
Miami Beach Chapter. Women's
Leapue for Israel, will hold its
monthly meeting Thursday. Jan
19. at Chase Federal Building.
Room 425. Arthur Godfrey Rd
Mrs Jack Starr, national pres-
ident. Women's league for Israel,
will be guest speaker Mrs. Starr
will give a report on her recent
visit to Tel Aviv Home for Girls.
celebrating its establishment and
accomplishment for the past 30
years.
Mrs Alex Dellerson. program
Chairman, will present Mrs. Julia
Ostune in Spanish songs, and Mrs.
Leah Udell in original poems Mrs.
Harry Kopell is president.
July Nuptials
For Arleen Eisen
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Ei- ai
nounce the engagement o. their
daughter, Arleen Joan, t huk
Rosenthal. son of Mr. ai. Mrs
Joseph Rosenthal. Surfide V July
wedding Is planned.
Miss Eisen graduated fror south
Broward High and holds
elor of Arts degret from i
University, she will ret i
Master's degree in social ork
from the University of Chi. {o In
June She is a member of t Stu-
dent Government at the
lity of Chicago, and if t Na
tional Association of Social
ers.
Her fiance attended the niver-
lity of Miami, and serve I
paratrooper In thi 82nd A. orne
Division of the l"::ted
Army. He is founder-presii snt of
his general contract, g o
the Sabre Corporation of S
W I : K.il.n
/MRS. PAUL GIASKIN
i
MKS. ANTHONY StGAl
MRS. STtVf BRIN7
f
Beth David Begins
Jewish Institute
"Beth David C< gatioi ol
:cring a well-rou
adult education for th< mi I se
mester. beginniii- Tuesda; Ian
17." according to Manuel Kibel
: chairman of the .1 itioi
i. committee. Courses I be
the South Dad" lion >n
ter. 7500 SW I20tl 51 BI
to the community
The Dade County Mental alth
Association will presenl a seminar
on "Family Living*' from M) to
8:30 p.m. A psychiatrist ai I psy-
chologist will conduct the jiscus
sion with Rabbi Sol Landau.
Courses in Hebrew for betnnera
and advanced Student! will le of-
fered from 8 to 9 r. m,
A lecture forum t "Ct npara-
tive Religion." with Rabbi Landau
j as moderator, wiil rt presented
I from 9 to 10:30 p.m An inrcoduc-
tion will be made t the following
religious denominations: Christian
Science. Seventh Da;. Adver.ti-ts.
Greek Orthodox. Russian Orthodox.
Mormon and Jehovah's Witnesses.
The Women's Institute has re-
sumed with Rabti Landau on
Wednesday morning, from 10:30
to 12 noon in the Religious School
of Coral Way. Sub;ect la "Book of
Genesis."
Registration may be made
through the school office or at
the first session at South Dade
School.
Officers Are Commended
Two officers of the I berty So-
ciety ol Miami Beach received a
Washington Federal Saving* and
Loan Certificate of Commendation
Wednesday Max D. Go'.dhagen and
Jennie Shapiro accepted the cer
i at ... their installation at the
hington Federal Auditorium at
12.**4 W v.
Brandeis Women
Donate $2300
'Volemetron'
A group of Miami Teach women
will donate a corrj x piec i I
equipment to Varkl;. Children's
Hospital which pa-
tient's blood volume
Lewis D. Brandeis Women h;ne
been collecting fun;:' tor
months to buy a \ lemetron,
highly complex for us<
in the clinical laboratory ai Vari-
ety Children's H08] tl
At their annul' ese
luncheon on Jan 25 81 "he
Plaza Hotel, the | tp
make its final I pa)
climaxing a >....
fund-raising acti\ help the
hospital.
Mrs. Emanuel Sch k,
dent, says her mei hav
sored a number I eoi rd
parties, and mis
events with all r
to the valuable '
chine.
Mrs Ruth Sch.
appointed progrr
the Jan 25th ai I "
machine is $2.:;'
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HEBREW Academy of Greater
Miami held its 19th annual
-hip dinner Sunday even-
u at the Deauville Hotel. Chair
was Leonard Rosen, and
Rosen chOM a charcoal chif-
gown for the occasion. Ovals
harcoal-cul velvet covered the
ding floor-length chiffon coal
-hi-.it h A sparkling silver
i crusted jeweled hib spilled
a ,md the front of the
Vcademy paid tribute lo
and Mrs. Charles Kalb "for
years of generosity and
ated I'fforts toward the fu
> ol American Jewish youth '
Kalb's pown was turquoise
til. with a, lace bodice em
idered with iridescent sequins
a -ilk crepe shirt.
Mrs James Hunter wore a
satin gown with hot pink
rcling the waist. Pink and
. ; were combined in the em
iered jewel florals on her
Ited bodice Mis Ralph Bash
i'no-v a foliage green with the
c seven eighths coat and a
,i fabric flower at the jewel
i (Kline An ice blue brocade
was worn by Mrs. Ben Stern.
rrvstal teardrops trimmed her
bodice, and the neckline and hem-
line were banded in satin. Mrs
1 bilip Morris" shocking pink silk
shantung featured circular cut-
i .its at the shoulders which were
U pped with flat bows.
fcJRS. Irving Rosoff's silver lame
"* brocade coat was double
breasted and worn over a silver
fhcath Pink silk organza, re-
mbroidcred with white silk rib-
Ion lace, was worn by Mrs. Nat
Cohen. Miss Bcverlye Keusch's
J i or length black crepe featured
decollete sweetheart neckline.
A three-piece black brocade en-
semble from Hong Kong was
vrrn by Mrs. Alex Miller. Her
length jacket covered a dec-
i < U bodice.
An unusual multicolored em-
broidered evening coat was worn
bj Mrs. Morton Malavsky. Her
town was a shocking pink silk
crepe sheath. Mrs. Saul Breeh
silver lame for her cowled,
baiter neck bodice and jacket.
and black peau de soie for her
skirl A floor-length black knit
with gold bugle beads and pearls
i: a radiating pattern was worn
I Mrs. Benjamin Duckman.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers'
topped her black silk crepe gown
with a white -equin-trimmed silk
organza jacket Mrs. Ann Shick
was in a full-length black caviar
beaded gown with a draped cowl
back Aquamarine silk chiffon
with gold jeweled tip was worn
!> Mrs lrwin Christie Mrs. Sol
1 icbter's gown was in forest
green puckered satin from Eng-
land, and her jacket was lined
with gold satin. Honey beige silk
alpaca with a mink shawl collar
was worn by Mrs .Mai Englander.
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A champagne colored satin coat
" topped the forest green .-ilk
.-heath which Mrs. Robert C. Rose
wore Mrs. E\c l.ayton was in a
muted multi-colored geometric
printed sheath White silk alpaca
with a scooped neckline was worn
by Mrs Robert Swinney. Mrs. Jos-
iph Krefetz chose a light bur-
gundy-colored velvet with the
free-form silhouette Bronze cav-
iar taslcs trimmed the back neck
line of her gown. Mink trimmed ,
the three-quarter-length sleeves
on the chartreuse alencon lace
jacket of Mrs. Sue Robert's en-
semble.
Mrs. B. I. Binder's gown com-
bined ombre blues and greens in
a watercolor wash print. Her
fitted jacket was softly tailored.
Black cut velvet roses were wov-1
en into Mrs. Samuel Rosners sil-i
ver lame gown. Mrs. I^ouis Sal-!
zinger's ensemble was striking in
red and silver brocade. Mrs.
Flora Berman was in a peach
alencon lace bodice with a peau
de soie skirt. The lace was re-
peated in a band at the hemline.
Powder blue chantilly lace over
peau de soie was Mrs. Harry Gen-
et's choice for the evening. Her
floor-length cape was in gold raw
.-ilk. Mrs. Ted Bodin chose a hand-
printed Thailand silk sheath
which was worn under full length
almond green silk. The green silk
was lined with the Thailand
print, and was slit to the waist on
both sides.
AJfSS FRANCES S0K01
Frances Sokol
Is Betrothed To
Baseball Player
An April wedding is being plan-
ned for Frances Diane Sokol.
whose parents. Mr and Mrs Mor-
ris M Sokol. 1511 SW 20th Ct.
have announced her engagement
to Stephen Allan Hertz, son of Mr.
and Mrs. David Hertz. 321 N\V
45th Ave
Both the bride elect and her fi-
ance are graduates of Miami Sen-
ior H i Miss Sokol attended the
University of Florida and the Uni-
versity of Georgia, and will receive
a degree in elementary education
from the University of Miami at
the end of January. She is a mem-
ber of Alpha Epsilon Phi Sorority,
and at the University of Georgia
she was on the Sweetheart Court
of Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity.
The future groom has played
professional baseball for the past
three seasons as a member of the
Houston Astros Organization. This
coming season, he will be playing
for the I-os Angeles Dodgers. Mr.
Hertz attends the University of
Miami during the off-season.
Jenine Lister
To be April Bride
Dr. and Mrs. George Lister. 1601
Noc-A-Tee Dr.. announce the en-
gagement of their daughter. Jen-
ine. to Gerald Silverman. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Silverman.
4066 SW 97th Ave.
The bride-elect graduated from
Miami Senior High, attended Em-
ory University, and received a
Bachelor of Arts degree from the
University of Miami. She is pre*
enth a -ocial worker with Florida
State Department of Public Wei-
lure.
The bridegroom-to-be received
his Bachelor of Business Adminis-
tration and Bachelor of Laws de-
grees from the Universitj of Mi-
ami, where he was a member of
Phi Sigma Delta and Phi Alpha
Delta. He is a certified public ac-
countant and an attorney. He is
past director oi the Hade County
Young Democrats and is presently
ing a- a 11 mber ol the City of
Miami Planning and Zoning Board
An Apr 2 wedding is planned.
MISS J!>/IN IISTER
Kern, Amendola
Engagement Told
Mr. and Mrs Murray Kern. 1267
102nd St.. Bal Harbour Island, have
announced the engagement of their
daughter. Jeralyn Elyse, to Ted
Amendola.
The bridegroom ;o be is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Amendola.
of Fairlawn. N.Y.
Mr. Amendola and his future
bride both attended the University
of Oklahoma.
Psychologist Is Guest Speaker
Hr Richard Toister. clinical i
Bychologist of the University of J
Child Development Center,,
r speak on -Current Trends in
liildhood Behavior Research" at,
'< next open meeting of the Sis-
irhood of Temple Beth Sholom on
Wednesday, at l p.m.
Seymour Silverman is pres-
lenl of the Sisterhood.
roister atended the Univer
I Florida and received the
degree in 1961. He taught
(hejnatics al Miami Springs Jun-
ior High, and entered the Graduate
School of the University of Miami,
majoring in psychology.
He received the Master of Sci-
ence degree in 19G3. and complet-
ed a one-year internship in clinical
psychology at North Carolina
Memorial Hospital. Chapel Hill, in
1966. He has completed all re-
quirements for the PhD degree in
psychology at the U of M. and
will receive the degree later this
month.
The talk will include a question
and answer period.
Sokuvitz, Kravitz
Betrothal Told
By Her Parents
Mr. and Mrs. David Sokuvitz, of
870 NE 181st St., No. Miami Beach,
announce the engagement of their
daughter. Heather, to Stephen M.
Kravitz. The groom-to-be is the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Kravitz, of
16 Islands Ave.. Miami Beach.
The future bride attended Ste-
phens College in Columbia. Mo.,
and is now a junior at the Uni-
versity of Miami.
Her fiance will graduate in June
from the University of Miami and
will work toward a Master's de-
gree.
A summer wedding is planned.
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Saturday evening. Dec. 24. at the
home of the bride's aunt and un-
cle. Rev. and Mrs. Jacob D. Katz.
1321 14th Ter
Daughter of Mrs. Gertrude
Seidner, 1315 Flamingo Way. and
the late Dr. Benjamin M. Seidner.
the bride was escorted by her
mother and grandfather. Joseph
Kahaner. of N. Miami Beach. For
the nuptials she wore an imported
white knit frock and carried a
white orchid on the Bible she has
had since childhood.
Following the ceremony, a re-
ception for the family was held,
and on Monday evening, Dec. 26. a
large wedding dinner was held at
the Royal Hungarian Restaurant.
On their return from a trip
through Florida, new Mr. and Mrs
Even will live in N. Miami.
Werner Katin
MISS JIRAIYN KERN
Gov. Collins
To Speak in March
At Jewish Home
Former Florida Gov. LeRoy Col-
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membership meeting of the Jewish
Home for the Aged on Mar. 19.
.IllA president. Leo Rose Jr.. an-
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which ended in 1961. Collins serv-
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Association of Broadcasters.
He resigned to reenter govern-
ment services as director of Pres-
ident Johnson's Community Rela-
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to bring about orderly implement-
ation of the 1964 Civil Rights Act.
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Friday. January 13 1967
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WHAT THEY DID NEW YEAR'S EVE
. tz/tboiit f^coplc am/ f^u
aces .
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At a Plants oi the Bible" lecture at Temple Israel last week
are (.left to right) Mrs. Anthony Lane. Mrs. Robert Kundtz and
Mrs. Solomon Freehof, who presented the lecture. Mrs. Free-
hof is the author of "Flowers and Festivals for the Jewish
Holidays." Site of her presentation here wa= the Miami Beach
Garden Centei. From Pittsburgh. Mis. Freehof is in Miami with
her husband Dr. Solomon Freehof, scholar-in-residence this
mcnth at Temple Israel.
MR. AND MKS. HNIGOLD
Yivo Forum
Series to Open
At Beth Sholom
Yivo Forum, sponsored by the
Yivo Committee of Greater Miami.
trill open its 10th season Saturday
nipht at Temple Beth Sholom.
Opening the season will !* Prof.
Israel Knox. of the Department of
Philosophy of New York Univer-
sity
His theme will Ik' "Judaism as
a Philosophy of Life."
This is the first in a series of
ten lecture meetyig at the same
place and the same time. Next lec-
turer will he Prof. Nathan Sus-
kind. College of the City of New
York. In a talk on "Future of .lew
i Finegolds Mark
50th Anniversary
Here on Sunday
Citizens of Miami and Miami
Beach from every walk of life,
including Mayor Elliott Roosevelt.
Cong. Dante B. Fascell. former
Vice Mayor Burnett Roth, and
many members of the present Mi
ami Beach Council are expected to
attend the 50th wedding anniver
sary of Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Fine-
gold at the Deauville Hotel on
Sunday evening at 6:30 p.m.
Fincgold has a distinguished
rword in community service. Com-1
ing here from Chicago in 1949.
Fincgold immediately joined sev-
eral community groups. He was
president and organizer of the
Stillwell Drive Home Owners As-
sociation, four-year president and
organizer of the Biscayne Point
Home Owners Association, presi-
dent for six years of the Brandeis
Zionist District, and was also or-
ganizer and is now life president
of Temple Ner Tamid.
He was organizer, builder and
president for two years of Temple
Menorah, a member of the board
of directors and chairman of the
organization committee of the
Jewish National Fund Council of
Greater Miami, and former head
of the Citizens League for Better
Government
Mr and Mrs Fincgold will have
their sons, Marshall and Leonard,
and their daughter. Mrs. Joyce
Sacks, six grandchildren and two
great grandchildren present. The
I'ineuolds live at 1305 Biscayne
Point Rd.

IT IS NOW 1967
OFFICIALLY
Marcella and Aaron Kanner's an-
nual Orange Bow I Buffet started
off the New Year as usual. Marcia
and Lewis and Christa and Rich
aid helped their parents greet the
guests. It hardly seems a year since
Peggy Rosenberg said that it was
i he first time she had been to the
party, and that he was looking for-
ward to next year's And there it
was and there she and Julius
were.
Also present were Sam and BeS
Blank and Ninette Benson and her
husband, Dr. Jerome evervone
v as glad t" see she is recovering
from her nearly fatal accident last
summer. Edna Wolkowskj and her
mother. Mrs. Isaac Wolkowsky,
in jusl as her daughter and
son in law. Mr and Mrs Arnold
nfield, were leaving with toui
of their youngsU rs
Hi, Milton Friedman
rived with the Seymoui Somer-
steins, and the Izzj Hechts came
with the Gus I euers Barbara and
Marlene had deserted their bus
bands, Bai rj Haiman and R chard
_nl talk Miriam and
iam Weintraub were In formal
dress on the way to a wedding.
Belle, pretty as a picture, was
there with her husband, Dr. Irv-
ing Lehman.
Also having a good time were
Carl and Esther Weinkle. Miss
Shirley Greenfield. Dave and Mir-
iam Bass, Sidney and Sylvia I-cf
court. Judge Irving Cypen and his
Hazel, Judge and Mrs. Al Dubbin.
Danny and Diane Heller. Ken and
Helyne Treister. who had just
come back from a rendezvous with
Helyncs family at Key West 18
members strong, Mrs. Sam Rost,
Sam and Shirley Heiman. David
and Jackie Hochberg. I.eo and
Betty Schwartz. Sam and Ruth
Kanner, Sidney and Sophie Ansin.
Mrs. Arthur Winarick, Esther and
A. J. Ifolasky, M\ and Mrs. Joe
Sacks. Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Narot.
Mr. and Mrs. George Theobald.
Mr- David Phillips, Rabbi and
Rabbi Rosenfeld
Reviews Novel
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A regular meeting of Beth Mo Sisterhood will be held on Monday
at 8 p.m. in the Popiel Social Hall.
Mrs. Burton Streit. president, will
conduct the meeting.
The Dvar Torah will be given
by Mrs. Joseph Foos. Mis Jack
: Lampert will bring the members
up-to-date on social action a.nd Is-
raeli affairs. i
Rabbi David Rosenfeld will re- (
view the book, in My Fathers
Court," by I. B. Singer.
Refreshments and social hour
will follow.
Sisterhood will hold a luncheon
at noon Wednesday in Popiel So
eial Hall.
Co-chairmen are Mrs. -lav Rand
and Mrs Joseph Foos Assisting
hostesses are Mesdamei Bud Breit*
hart. Samuel Grayson, David Dog-
oloii. Bertha Glass, Leonard Hoi
lander, Harry Kessman, Minnie
Kichman. Joseph Rosenfeld, Al
Silvei stein. Morris Rosenberg.
Rhoda Willis, and Miss Adele Orn-
stein.
A musical program will follow..
Mrs Robert Frai/in. Rep. Kenneth
Myers. Mr. and Mrs Harry Kat/.
Judge and Mrs. Ray Nathan. Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Pettigrew. Sen
and Mrs. Lee Wciscnborn. Mrs.
Joseph Duntov. Mr and Mrs. 1*0
Gelvin. and Mr. and Mrs David
Davis.
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A MOST UNUSUAL
INVITATION
The invitation was a record, and
the title read "The Barons Joan.
Lou. Randoe, Wendy." The theme
was ('pen House New Year's Eve
It was their 16th annual. Joan had
put strews in the ceiling of the
Florida room and hung it with
records It made -uvh a hit that her
family wont let her take them
down The new pool came in for
hare of admiration, all pink
and aqua. Joan's parents flew in
for the party, Mr and Mrs Albert
Sylk, and so did Lou's mother
Rose Baron, as well as a
v. ho c gi oup "i assoi ted (ou
> until fiv e. wh i
I.on decided it ought t<> be over
g guests w< re Mr and Mi s
\l Podvin, Mr, and Mrs Zvi Adler,
Mr. and Mrs Hilly Goldman, Mi
and Mrs Ben Grenald, Mr. and
Mrs Henry Gilbert. Dr. and Mrs
Gerald Fiahbein, Dr. and Mrs. Irv-
ing Lehrman, Mr. and Mrs Donald
Koreii. Mr and Mrs. Charles Ros-
enblatt, Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Klein. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Scho
fel. Mr and Mrs. Marvin Green-
wald. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Edwards,
and Mr. and Mrs. Joey Yirshup.
BREAKFAST FROM
ONE TO FOUR
But no one waited that long lo
go to Artie and Sally Kravitz'
apartment. Streamers and Happy
New Year emblems on the terrace,
as well as an open bar. made it
eaay to help usher in the New
Year, and a laden buffet table
made the first breakfast of the
New Year the kind you couldn't
possibly eat every day. Daughter
Helene and her husband, Alan
Supler, and son Steven with his
fiancee. Heather, and her parents.
David and Mildred SokovitZ, came
early Among Happy New Yearers
were Mr and Mrs Ferd K Meyer
with their son, James, and his wife.
Charlyne, Mr. and Mrs Max Oro
vitz, Mr. and Mrs Herbert Paige,
Mr and Mrs. William Weintraub.
Mr and Mrs. Julius Darsky. Mr
and Mrs. Stanley Kossoff. Mr. and
; Mrs. Leonard Abess. Mrs. Inez
Krvnsky, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Singer, and Mr. and Mis Paul
Sluekman.
Dr. and Mrs. Philip Weiiis, n ,i,
entertained at dinner for Mr and
Mrs Arthur Greenberg, fron Stan
ford. Conn. They are the parents
of their friends. Dr. and lira. Al
fred Rosenthal. Dorothy's folks
Dr. and Mrs. Hyman Uebei Irove
in from Miami and were etei
at the door by the three {rand
children in pajamas. St ever, Julie
and Susan, who had a report to
make of a missing tooth Other
guests included Mr and Ml Raul
Klein. Dr. and Mrs Raym< i v.
I.m and Dr. and Mrs. Paul
sky. Tall thin tapers with
way of burning provided CO versa
lion pieces al each of the
tables The Wemstems lie
lions to their art collectioi \
much admired, a Baskin
and an oil by Jack Re. il
CHICKEN ON THE SOUT-
SIDE. CHICKEN ON THE
NORTH SIDE
And m th middle was l
deltul Oian
row on tin No
boxes of fried hit en o
v pre < buck ai Joann
man. with e te lit .
Mark, wearing the identii
and white stuped seersuck i
as his father, Aaron, ana M>
i-'air. .Jen > Granger Allen
wald and Mr and Mrs Jei OIn
^crOSS the stadium was the
Luck family complete with Pap;
Mama Carolyn. Judy. Geoi \ I
brother Joey home from C tshi
Academy with his roomma \ Jo*
Hurvvitz. also opening thci xi -
of chicken.
Frances Le--nn
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NATIONAL PRESIDENT MRS. WILLENS IS GUEST SPEAKER
MRS. SIDNEY IfWfS
Confirmands
Beth David Fetes
Council Award Goes to Mrs. Lewis
Head of a Young Girl." sculp- '
turc by Helaine I). Blum, was pre-
sentcd to Mrs. Sidney Lewis, win-
ner of the 1967 Hannah G. Solomon
Award, at the annual luncheon of
Greater Miami Section, National !
Council of Jewish Women, on
Wednesday at the Everglades Ho-
tel. Presentation was made by
Mrs. Aaron Farr, winner of the
award last year.
Created in memory of Hannah
G. Solomon, who founded National
Council of Jewish Women in 1893.
the award honors 'one who has
indicated intense interest and ac
tivity in the field of disadvantaged
youth, and or one who has uncov-
ered needs in the COHUnunlt) and
Indicates how they can be met."
Honored guest and principal
speaker at the luncheon was Mrs.
Joseph \\" i 1 it'ii. national president
NCJW, oi Sew York Cits' Presi
MRS. JOSEPH WILLEN
|> i i t ioi will
hor and their
par regular Fi
ev
Ti i den wrill de
In the
,i> rmalion classes have
in i ai in ipate in th<
ce i n>
i< Shabbat, Mrs. Wal
te Falk and Mrs Maxwell Wass
wMl > -i" a talk on "What Par
ents : spec! ol Their Teen-Agers,
with Fred Herman and Stephanee
Rost fferinc their views on What
Tee: \ers Expect of Their Par
ents
Beth Torah to Honor
Mrs. Stanley Stein As
'Woman of the Year'
MRS. IRVING LEHRMAN
Mrs Stanley Stein will be hon-
ored by Beth Torah Congregation
Sisterhood at a "Woman of Valor
Award" luncheon on Tuesday
noon. Jan. 24. in the temple social
hall. Keynote speaker will be Mrs.
Irving Lehrman.
An active worker. Mrs Stein
has been Sisterhood president for
three consecutive years, and is
current!) ways and means vice
president oi the congregation.
She serves as treasurer of the
Florida Branch of National Worn
en > LeagU(, and ha- bet n co-
ordinated educational activities
committee chairman of National
Women's League for the last two
years.
Wife of Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
of Temple F.manu Kl of Miami
Peach. Mrs, Lehrman i-> a prom
inenl leader in Jewish affairs. Ac-
tive In Hadassah. P'nai B'rith, ORT.
Council of Jewish Women. Cardiac
and Cancer organizations, she is
president of Women > Division oi
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion for the third year. She has
been the recipient of the "Woman
of Valor Award" from the State of
IiraeJ Bond Organization.
Mrs. Arthur I. Snyder, wife of
the Mayor of North Miami Beach,
is chairman of the affair honoring
Mrs. Stein.
dent of (Tie local Section is "Mrs.
KdwufuOppenheim.
MrH Lewis, who came to Miami
in 1942. has served as president
of Greater Miami Section, and ha-
been a member of the national
board of directors since 1963. She
is a member of the board of gov-
ernors of Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, of United Hias Service
National Council, board of Senior
Centers of Dade County. Inc.. and
assistant secretary, board of Jew
ish Vocational Service.
In 1965 she served as a project
director for Women in Community
Service (WICS), and in October.
1966 served as local general chair-
man for WICS Day. In July. 1963.
as a member of the national board,
she attended President Kennedy's
meeting of leaders of women's or-
ganizations to discuss the civil
rights question.
Mrs. Lew is has serve I on the
I of tlu' Brandcis Univei
Nat o I '' omen < ommil I
i- a pa i i mal boai i member
'Hi ition l.i ague
II. she m.
in the iesetliemi nt of Jews
European Displaced Persons camps
She was (he founder of the Miami
pter, Alpha Bpsilon Phi Ai n
ni Assn and has served on the
national board. AKPhi Sororit]
Mrs Lewis, who is also an in-
terior decorator, has also made
other valuable contributions to
downs of underprivileged young-
sters here in Dade County She
has personally taken carloads of
youngsters, from Booker T. Wash
ington and similar schools, to
places of cultural enrichment, "to
widen their horizons and add new
dimension to their lives
As president of National Council
of Jewish Women. Mrs. Willen is
a leader in programs "to provide
all Americans with equality of op-
portunity'' She is on the hoard of
directors oi Women in Community
Service |WI( S), and was appointed
MKS. STANLEY STUN
BB Women Pin Newcomers
New members of Chai Chapter.
B'nai B'rith Women, will be pin-
ned during a meeting scheduled
for Friday. 8:30 p.m.. at Washing
ton Federal. 755 Washington Ave
Chapter president is Mrs. Belle
Gaier. and Mrs. Toby Resnickoff
is membership vice president
by President Lyndon B. Johnson to
the National Citizens Committee
for the Community Relations Serv-
ice because of "her outstanding
civil rights contributions."
She is a member of the execu-
tive committee of the Citizens'
Crusade Againsl Poverty, and is
the only woman officer of the In
terreligious Committee Against
Poverty. She is a national board
member of the Congress on Racial
Equality, and was a participant in
the "Wednesdays in Mississippi"
project in 1964.
Mis Willen was a signer of the
Declaration of Rights of Soviet
Jewry in 1966. As head of the In
um national Council of Jewish
Women from 1954-57, she traveled
around the globe to help Jewish
women develop leadership
On Wednesday evening, nation
al vice president, Mrs Stanley
Myers, hosted a reception for Mi -
n al her hot
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Mrs Opp nhcim,
pn
Miami Section- seven d
executive secretary*, Mrs. Florence
Alberts, immediate i asl pi e .ident
Mrs. William I Brenner,
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and Mrs Farr
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+Jewlst norkfi&ti
Friday, January 13. 195:
NAMED HONORARY CHAIRMAN
CJA Women Pick Mrs. Ablin
Mrs. Jack A (Fay) Ablin has
been named honorary chairman of
the Women's Division for the 1967
Combined Jewish Appeal cam
pain.
Her acceptance was announced
by Mrs. Jean C Lehman, campaign
chairman of CJA's Women's Divi-
sion.
"Mrs. Ablin has. for many years.
been an ardor.t supporter of the
Combined Jewish Appeal." said
Mrs Lehman.
"It gives me great pleasure and
a tremendous feeling of confidence
to know that she will be serving
in such a responsible capacity. The
success of our 1967 CJA drive and
the attainment of our Sl.676.767
>oal is dependent upon the dedica-

HKS. JACK ABLIN
tion and service of leaders like
Mrs. Ablin
Mrs Ablin. a longtime resident
of Miami Beach, has been affili-
ated with the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation since its inception.
She is a member of Federation's
board of governors and executive
committee, and has previously
served as a co-chairman of CJA's
Women's Division
She has served as secretary to
the Federation, twice past chair-
man of the Patrons Division, and
as a member of the advisory' com-
mittee.
Mrs. Ablin has been co-chairman
of CJA's Women^s Division Initial
Gifts Division for several years,
and is presently a member of Fed-
eration's campaign cabinet for the
1967 CJA drive.
MKS. KICHAKD ABU
Burdine's Official
At CJA Helm
Mrs. Richard Abel, divlsi
merchandise manager of Bun'
Department Sm:"s. has accepl
the co-chairmanship of the A
parel Group for the 1967 (
bined Jewish Appeal campaim
Mrs. Abel will work closely w
Harry Mizrach. of King Kole. i
and Bernard Vaffe. of Jor
Marsha who have previously
ceptea co-chairmanships of
Apparel Group.
This is the third consecu"
year in which they have rene
th.cir support of the Combi
Jewish Appeal by assuming
combined responsibility for the
para) Group's campaign. Last J
the group pledged over (29
on behalf rj the 1966 CJA dn\
'
I
t
.:
Rabbi Shapiro On Club Program
Judea Women's Lunch Wednesday
Sisterhood of Temple Judea will
hold its paid-up membership lunch-
eon in the temple social hall on
Wednesday, at 11:30 a.m.
An original skit entitled "My
Meshugenah Neighbor." written
by Mrs. Irving Hecht. chairman of
the day. will be presented, and
Mrs. Milton Segal will play the
piano.
Mrs. Paul Ed low is in charge of
the covered dish lunch. Mrs. Mel-
vin Schwartz is chairman of dec-
orations.
Mrs. Richard Horwich. member
ship vice president, will accept
dues at the door.
Sisterhood will hold a dinner
dance at the Carillon Hotel on
Sunday. Jan. 22. A cocktail party
in the Gold Room at 6:30 will be ;
followed by dinner in Cafe Le I
Can Can at 7:30.
Ray Anthony and his Bookend
Review will be the featured enter-
tainment.
Co-chairmen for the evening are
Mrs. Milton Goldberg and Mrs.
Irving Schwartz.
Rabbi David Shapiro, spiritual
leader of Temple Sinai. Hollywood.
Fla., and president of the seven-
state Southeast Region of the Zion-
ist Organization of America, will
be guest speaker at the next meet-
ing of the weekly Luncheon Club
of the Miami Beach Zionist Dis-
trict on Wednesday. 12:15 p.m.. at
the National Hotel.
According to Cantor Saul Breeh.
chairman, a report on the latest
news by Dr. Abraham Wolf son is
also on the agenda Jacob C. Fish-
man is honorary chairman of the
club.
Ben Newman, a veteran Zio
of Boston. Mass. and Miami Beac
will present a special vase he Ka
made for the organization wi
has the ZOA seal as its main
bol
Bar
Jar
tion
;
ned>
tntt
an a
A
da*
Pres
stein
'The Great Assembly' is Topic
Rabbi Leon Goldberger's talk i
"The Great Assembly" bef)
Chug Ivri. Hebrew-speaking gro".
of North Miami Beach, will be f>"
lowed by discussion at the Tu^-
day, 2 p.m. meeting in the Tamp
Menorah library.
Gs
Mrs.
Bas
at T
Lecture Given On
Israel's Religions
First meeting of Chaim Weiz
mann Branch Farband for 1967
will be held on Sunday, 7:30 p.m..
at Washington Federal. 1234
Washington Ave
Program will include a lecture
on "Religions in Israel." by Dr
Meyer S Cohen.
Dr. Cohen is principal of the
Hebrew Education Society of Phil
adelphia. Pa. He has served as di-
rector of Hebrew Day School in
Baltimore, director of Bureau of
Jewish Education. Winnipeg. Can.,
and educational director of Temple
Israel in Orlando
Octagon Tower High-Rise,
15-story apartment house, is
aoing up en Washington
Ave., Miami Beech, between
18th and 19th St. The eight-
sided apartment dwarfs sur-
rounding buildings so that
riew to the bay. ocean, goli
course and parks is unob-
structed. Irving Frankel is
president rf the corporation
developing Octagon Tower.
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furnished apartments, it is
scheduled for November,
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the cornet.
'. and Mr
Han i !-. grandpar-
.11 at-
nor of
Ichael Lsr.gberg
ind Mr
Be. 4: N'E 170th
St. i sen. will become
Bar \Iit7\ah <. Saturday morn-m
Jar 14. at Bclh Toiah Congrega-
te
.iAichacl attends John F. Ken
nd> .himor lli^h and is a sev-
enth .made honor student. He is
an avid reader.
vA reeeption will be held Satin
dtf evening at the Seville Hotel.
Present will he Mrs. Celia Gold-
stein, maternal grandmother.
*
Gayle Ossip
Gayle F.sta. daughter of Mr. and
lira. Albert E. Ossip. will become
Baa Mitzvah on Saturday. Jan. 14.
at Tempi* Emanu-El.
iv le attended the Temple
R

student a' Naui.ius Jut
r and -h
piano, and stud
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J< nil I dkin rna-
ttend the

Efan Grunwald
. i Far '.4.
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..'ph
hi : lb grade at
m'p High and
- School.
H 'ays th clai et ifl his school
-: in water
sports, fishing and water-skiing.
Elan's grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs Morris Gladstone, of Miami
Beach, will be present at the cere-
mony.
* *
Jeffrey Nidetx
Jeffrey, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sheldon Nidetz. will observe his
>..- "twpti Cr)t>"v*ay morning.
Jan. 14, at Temple Zion.
Jeffrey is a seventh grade pupil
at Rockway Junior High and is in-
terested in airplane-modeling.
Mr. and Mrs. Nidetz will host!
the Kiddush following the services,
and a reception on Saturday even-1
Brian Dicks
Michael Lan^berg
Coy/e Osiip
hon- tin Lund;.
or of th< ceii brant. ,, .,, .
Beach, will Become Bar
Gary Lundy Sal
Mr. and Mrs Mai 14 : Congregs i
Rabbi Sfard
W:I! Officiate
of the sea
kosher Hal
iceanfront
h, on Fri-
Rabbi .1 officia
Portion <>'
. izirig "the Lrfl
to the ancient
i. -. b ain officiate
': at 9 p m
BB Women Set
hxpter Meeting
C*
:h Dade Council of
B'nai B rith V met wil hold it<
eetinj on Thursday evei
ing. .1; : 19, Bl 8 30 in in the
staff room of the North Dade Hos-
pital. Mrs. Newton Hofstadter.
president, will give a report on
the mid winter executive meeting
of District 5.
*
Hollywood Chapter will meet on
Monday. 8:15 p.m.. at Temple Beth
Shalom. Hollywood. Guest speaker
will be a case worker from the
Jewish Family Service. Mrs. Fred
Klein is program chairman Mrs.
Arthur Franklin is president.

North Dade Chapter will hold its
regular meeting on Tuesday, Jan.
24, 8:30 p.m., at Washington Fed-
eral. 167th St. and NE 6th Ave.
Program will feature "The Chil-
dren Waiting"' at the Children's
Home in Israel. Mrs. Irving Liu is
program chairman Mrs. Ralph
Abramson is president.
Sunshine Chapter will hold its
regular meeting on Tuesday. Jan.
24. 12:30 p m at Washington Fed-
eral, 167th St. and NE 6th Av
A book review will !>< given b>
Mrs Edward Von Fragstein. Re-
ireshn ents :!l be sened Mrs
llele program chair-
Wilson i^ presi-
dent
JWV Member Party Set
sh War
will hold its annual me
social oi ay, Jan. 17, at 8
p m at Temple Zarr.ora of Coral
Gables Dues will be collected, an-
nounced Mrs Abe Martui-ke>.
chairman
Beth Tov Sisters
To Hold First
Games Night
Prizes and other surprises will
highlight the 1st annual games
night sponsored by Sisterhood of
Temple Beth Tov on Saturday. Jan.
14. 8:30 p.m., in the auditorium.
Mrs. Ethel Antin is serving as
chairman of the affair.
Beth Tov Sisterhood held its an-
nual paid up membership party on
Monday evening at the Temple.
6438 SW 8th St Entertainment and
refreshments were served.
At a coffee hold recently at the home of Judge and Mrs.
Irrinq Cypen ol Miami Beach are (left to right) Mrs. Alvin S.
COv-ii. Mrs. Irving Firtel and Mrs. Herbert" Buchwald. They
:ussed plans with other members of the patrons' commit-
to- Temple Emanu-El's Tuesday Evening Forum lecture
ies which will be held in the Temple's main sanctuary
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+Jen/st> ncrSdiain
Friday, January 13. 1967
Pfeffer Will Address
South Florida Council
esldent p*~
Amor-
(1 Mrs.
Taking time out before entering the beautiful
Napoleon Room for the Hebrew Academy's
19th annual scholarship dinner Sunday even-
ing are Dinner Chairman Leonard Rosen, Mrs.
Harry Genet. B. I. Binder former Hebrew
Academy president, United S*ates Supreme
Court Justice Abe Fortas, ctuest of honor, Harry
Genet, Dr. Morton Lieberman, Mrs. Samuel
Rosner, president of the Hebrew Acndemy
Women, and Mrs. Morton Lieberman, presi-
dent of the Academy's PTA.
JEWS NO LONGER AMERICAS SHOCK TROOPS'
Fortas at Academy Dinner
I s Supreme Courl Associate
lustice Abe Fortas t<>l KM) guests at the lttth
annual scholarship dinner of the
Hebrew Academj Sunday ni.^ht in
he Deauville Hotel that m "today's
America, the Jews .ire no longer
Accepting the Academy's first
annual Maimonides Award, Jus-
Fortas contrasted current af
. in the nation to the time
up as a poor
')rthodo\ Jewish \>y in a South
ern community
Benefit Recital
For Pianist
At Mencrah
Henry Lowinger gave a pi-
recital at Temple Menorah's
Social Hall on Saturday evening,
8:15 p.m. The recital enabled
the artist to continue his studies
under the world famous Peter
Feuchtwanger in London.
Lowinger was born in Camaguay.
Cuba, and lived in Havana since
the age of 6. where he studied
piano under Prof. Jasha Fisher
man. At the age of 16. he flei
Castro's Cuba, leaving his parents
in Havana.
In America, he was rehabili-
tated in Pittsburgh and contin-
ued his instruction under Harry
Franklin. During his stay in
Pittsburgh, he appeared as guest
soloist with the McKeesport
Symphony Orchestra and won
the Carnegie Award Festivals.
"It was hard and touqh then,
and not particularly conductive
to the Jew," Justice Fortas de-
clared, "who was seeking God's
sun in an alien soil in an alien
country."
Declaring that todaj An
i- vastly more accommodating.' In-
noted that "The Negro and the
have replaced the .leu- on
the fronl line. Th?j have in-come
the n testi mind in this
. j
Among oilier things, the S i
preme Court Justice explained
thai i in state of Israel gave u-
all a feeling of dignitj and r<
tpect. The Jews have ablj demon
-t rated that they are a people o:
luality."
Chairman of the scholarship din
ner was Leonard Rosen. The din
nci was given in honor oi Mr ami State-
liahhi Leon Kronish. pi
of South Florida Council,
ican Jewish Congress, and
living B. Kaplan, president. Flor-
ida Women's Division, announce
that Dr. l.eo Pfeffer, special coun-
el of the American Jewish (on
ress. and chairman of the Depart-
nent of Political Science of Long
'sland University, will be guest
peaker at an open meeting Tucs-
lay. Jan. 24. 8 p.m., in the Dade
School Board Auditorium, Lindsey
Hopkins Building, 141(1 NE 2nd
\vc
Dr I'feffer's topic will he "The
Supreme Court and You 1!">~
Dr Pfeffer has lectured on con-
Ultutional law and civil rights In
many of thecountry s leading col-
leges and universities. During the
academic year 1982-63, he was
isiting professor of constitutional
law at Yeshiva University in New
York and. in 1963 \ Isiting pro-
1 lessor at the law school ol Rutgers
"ni\ ersitj.
lie has written "Liberties of an
Vmcrican." a stud) oi the Supreme
ourt decisions in civil lights and
civil liberties, published in 1956
and revised ami rcpublished a- a
lerback in 1963.
II,- latest book i- "This Honor
able Court," a history ol the
United states Supreme Court.
>ihcr books he ha- published are
'Church, state, and Fn edom,"
reeds in Competition,' and
"Church and State in the United
DR. LIO PfEfftR
Mi" v v York I'nh ersitj l iv, I
view A- ociation and a menil"
the National issociatii n ol hit'
Offi< ials, t
Vmerican Association of l tm<
sity Professors, and the Authi
League of America.
\ :i luate of the City i oil.
ol the City ol New York, Dr Pf<
fer also holds the degree of i>c
tor ot Jurisprudence tie;: \
N. Ork l ill'. erMty
Mrs Charles Kalb, who were
among the original founders ol
the Hebrew Academy.
Miami Beach Mayor F.lliott Roos
evelt thai.lad the Academj "foi
the scholastic level of Mi
ami I'.each to the point when- it
ranks at the verj top of the na
tional roster."
The evening's program was
briefly interrupted by a surprise
presentation ot 18 volumes of
the Talmud to Rosen from the
student body "as a token of ap-
preciation for everything he has
done in behalf of the Academy."
Rosen announced that attend
a nee at this year's annual event
wa> 22 percent higher than last
year.
Dr Pfeffer ha- appeared and
submitted briefs in state and fed-
eral courts all over the nation, in-
cluding the t ruled States Supreme
i ourt.
Dr. Pfeffer is co founder and the
first president of the Lawyer- Con
stitutional Defense Committee,
h eh. during the summer oi 1941,
provided some 150 volunteer law-
yers for the defense ol civil rights
in the South
He has also been president of
Dr. Graham In
Beth Am Pulpit
Quest speaker for the Sabbath
service at Temple Beth Am on Fri-
day night will he Edward T. Gra-
ham, pastor of the Ml Zion Bap
tilt Church, and chairman of the
hoard of trustees for Florida Mem
orial College, the 74-year-old lib-
eral arts school at St. Augustine.
which will relocate in Miami in
January*. 1968.
A founder of the Greater Miami
served as judge in the piano com- let Company will open this year's Urban League and its first execu-
HiNfti 10WINGE*
V Celebrity
Series Has Three
Children's Ballets
Three ballets by the Miami Bal-
petition.
last year, Lowinger participated
in the International Competition
Celebrity Series for children at the
Greater Miami YM and WHA on
Sunday, Jan. 15. beginning at 2
.at Fort Worth. Tex., where, once pm-
He competed in the Internation I again, he caught the attention of Performance by the local troupe
al Piano Competition in Montreal. | Feuchtw anger, who undertook to will include the Junior Miami Bal-
Canada, In 1965, where he reached teach the young pianist provided let in Pastels,*' a classic ballet
the semifinals It was there that he could arrange to come to Ixn- danced to the music of "Faust "
he met Peter Feuchtwanger who don to continue his studies. This will be followed by "Panto-
mime for Lovers.'* a comedia del
arte ballet arranged to the Mozart
work. "Bine Kline Nachtmusik."
The program will close with
"Echoes of Vienna," danced to
waltzes, polkas and a Straussian
gallop. These concluding ballets
will be performed by the Miami
Ballet Company with choreogra-
phy by Thomas Armour, direc-
tor.
tive director. Dr. Graham was an
administrative supervisor with the
Department of Welfare in New
York City from 1933 to 1939.
From 1939-1941, Dr. Graham
was program director for the
YMCA In Brooklyn, N.Y. In
1948, he was appointed minister
to the Mt. Zion Baptist Church,
where he has been since that
time.
Dr. Graham will discuss Why
a Negro College in Dade County?"
EOPI Official
To be Speaker
Ilendrik J Herns, public infor-
mation director of the Fconomic
Opportunity Program, Inc. of Dade
i bildren'S Sundav Celebrity Ser- County, and publisher and editor
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Mary Fellman, of the Miami Ballet Company, will be one oi
the featured performers at the Sunday Celebrity Series of the
YM and WHA of Greater Miami on Sunday at 2 p.m. The
series is designed for children aqe 6 to 12. Thomas Armour,
artistic director of the Miami Ballet Company, will choreo-
graph all three special ballets for the Jan. 15 presentation.
ies, an annual cultural pro
for children 6 to 12, is gean
give youngsters an opportunity to
sample the creative art-, stated
Miss Miriam Scheinbarg, In charge
of programming.
Bach activity for children
should present the best of the ere
Btiva arts in a manner which will
instill a lasting appreciation for
them." she added
Miss Scheinberg may be con
(acted for further information. Fu
of The Independent, will speak on
Neo Nazism in West Germany
\\ hat is the Da at an open
ng sponsored by the Justine
Chapter, American Jewish Con-
gress, on Thursday, Jan. 19. l p.m..
at the Community Auditorium.
Normandy Isle Branch, Washing-
ton Federal Savings and Loan As
sociation.
In addition, the new film. 'Star
Spangled Extremists." a pictorial
profile of radical and extremist
4432526
hire programs will shortly be an movements in the United States,
nounced. will be shown j
meow irrwcoarsn
fa taia tMpM to tat H IBM jearai
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] Please hove the Welcome Wuao"
Host.'St call on me.
1 1 would like to subscribe to
The Jewish Floridion.
"Ill oat coupon and mall tt
Circulation Dot..
JU.0. Box 2973, Miami, tUu
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Friday, January 13, 1967
+Jewlsf) ffcrdfi3>r
Page 15-B
Educational Meet
Is League Annual
\i the Women's Cancer League
of Miami Revich annual educa-
tional meeting at Mount Sinai
Hospital on Friday, 10:30 a.m., a
panel" of experts will speak on
Progress Against Cancer."
Speakers wi!l be Dr. Ivor Fix,
director of the Division of Radio-
therapy: Dr. Richard Fleming, di-
rector of the Tumor Clinic; and
Dr. Erwin P. Hoffman, hematolo-
gist
Included in the discussions will
he demonstration of the Linear Ac-
celerator, the new piece of equip
mcnt which the League has pledge I
to pn < the hospital for it-
'in.
Sidney is president
of i; >. which has t-ontrih-
L a i(M) to the clinic.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGA'. NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 73384-A
In UK: I'.-tai.....
tXMA >M< IN FKLDMAN
I >. .1 il
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All !'
Muvtnti Claims ..i DMiundi Arm
Bald Katate:
You ;i- herebj notified and re-
quired la preeeni an) claims and
demands which you may have aa i
thl eatate of s. u.i ..Mi X FKLDMAN.
deceased in. of I lade County, Floi -
Ida, i" thi Count) Judge* ..f Dade
i 'ount). and ill. ihe . ; 11-1 as t-i v Ided iii Hectlon 733 If
Floi Ida Statutes, In th< lr off .-. In
the Count) (Courthouse in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida within six calendnr
montlm from the time nf the
01 thi will
bi barred
I '. U-d il M ..... 1 rl 1 thin
'!.i\ Ut .1 nUH \. A.I'
VYI1.I I \ M .- ni., >M \\
\m Exi il p
I" !-'
! he I3ll
IKK
tor
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 72714-A
In RE: Kstati
NINA li ISO'] if .t 1:1: .1 k a
Nina II \ki:i: fioTTLIKH
I.....is. d.
NOTICE TO
To All Creditors
Having <' 1.1 i 111 or
I Istati .
You are hi n bj
quired t" pn
:,ih
il
CREDITORS
and All Person*
Demanda Again*!
notified and n -
anj rlalmi and
di mands uh h you ma) have against
ill- eatate of NINA l: QOTTLIEH
u k .1 NINA IIAKKR OOTT1JKII
deccaaed lute "f Dade County, Flor-
ida, i" the County Judges "f l>adi
and file tin name In duplli iti
pi "\ Ided in S.i Hi,n 7.;;; li,.
Statute*, iii Hi.11 office* In
inn \ Courthouse in 1 lade
da, within six 1 all ndiir
ii.......1 Hi.
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Mrs. Goldberg
Dies at Age 55
Mr. Goldberg, 55. of 1800
pa Vvi passed .way .Ian. 9
Mr- I wan the wife of Mi-
ami B< at civic leader Allen Gold-
bi
Mr- Goldberg was a resident of
iliami B< BCh for 18 years and
came here from New York City.
She "a? Member of Temple
Bmanu El, \nna Miller Circle, Ha-
dassah. and Ihe Cancer Fund.
Survivors. addition to her hus-
band, are three brothers. Zachary,
Philip and Emanuel Alkin, and a
sister. Mrs nnie (ilassinan. all
of New >> -k City. Services were
held Wednesday at Newman Fu-
neral Home.
Contractor Conn
Dies Here Jan. 2
Ijort. me Dade County resident.
Ellar n. of 4300 Royal
Palm Am ... d Jan. 2 at the age
of 60.
Mr o came here 42
year- Dayton, 0 was a
eontr.. :ltant. In 1927, he
founi irish Unity, which
The .' lian purcha-ed in
1935 -a member of the
Mian Lodge 1601, and
of T le lsra lie i by h:s wife,
Fri< daughters, Mrs.
Michl of Miami. Mrs.
Jerry mat Adelyn Jo
Conn Victor Conn; and
o Stanley Kline and
MW -t, all of Greater'
MI am
Servi held Jan. 3 at I
Bherside Alton Rd. Chapel, with
inter-. '-. pje isracl Ceme-
tery.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S CC
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOR.DA, is PROBATE
So. 7JC48-C
In RK: 1
I....., ii
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I .
I la\ ln I ;- 11. ma I .- Against
Said i: tati
ITou i and r. -
. ti> claim*
u man In i-l in ay have attain* .
'..... I>A STEIN deci ..-. il
I ite of i .. Florida, i" the
i '.nil- i taunt} ..! 'i
file tin. .-..-.i. duplli ate and
led |i Se> tiol : l". Florida
Statuti ii the i "oun
1 i li de I 'ount) Kit r-
rta, within lendar months from
the inn. first pibll.-atlon here-
r thi : be barred.
Dated a Florida thla ltiti
lilt) of I .'
IIAI IAFIRO
An i N- 'i; -r
Find nf thli i.
the 23rd I I ber, i960.
ItAROIJi Sll UIKn
Vttorm > '' ;-..r
ti'7 Linco
Miami I
1 13-M-27 2 ::
IN THE COL'NTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IS PROBATE
N~ "2999
In UK
. I Rl iTHY S i| S'SKI,
i ....
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION rOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FiSAL DISCHARGE
N< 'Tl hal havi
IVtitlt I
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at Ai
In .if >THY -
md i.
1967 -
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Miami, I'.
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I8EN8MITH i-,nnl :: ,
'. died Jun s Riv-
HE,CMI '' i rrf TM Norenuv
Av' Rlveraldi
MOROVITZ. I.w, ... 77, r 10460 su-
TH,A>- 11840 NK 19th
bfrsX'm"' *
'M- 17, ..i 878 -ivi
J, rvlcea m Akron,
BXER B08 sw ith
i*o ;rv M.....
ASNER 3 M, A, R
K.v. '. "''"* '" N'-v York
GORDON f m m
li,i; ;' "" '' i
IN THE COUSTV JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADF COUNTY,
FLORIDA, is PROBATE
No 73003C
In UK Bel '
BKRTHA SHM \N
l ieJreased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i i!. and All Hi .
Having claims .r Demanda Aitainsl
.-'.. .i i: tate:
I hi rehy
quirl i preaent
demanda w hlch iron
the i BRRTHA stss.m.W.
-i late "f Dade County, Flor-
ida, 1 i '"limy JuilEt'W nf I ,til<
County, and fii the aaine in dupltrate
ami a- provided In Section T.ii.iii.
Florida StntUtea, In th.ir offlcea In
ih.' County Courthouae in I'ade
County, noridn. within c i^ndar
ni.inihN fitim Hi. of the firm
notified anil r. -
any rlain and
may have agalnal
r the
F orl la
came will
14th
thif
LEGAL NOTICE
,N.NHAEsnr^JV JUDOE-8 COURT
?, no.Fr?.R DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATt.
Are :' a
:
APpTU(//nLNTENTION TO MAKE
ANn, iS2/0R DISTRIBUTION
N ni,,'.', ': h',r**> flven thai I have
'' ,' ll '-'i and I'.Mii'.n
\ im, '' "' '"'
Cum Teatamento
' tate of si san
Ih thai -I
I
L
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t, I diMri.
I the abu
i-.\ i .r/
H ||n
!"'" i .. rldi
I 13 20-S7 2
I'ui.ti.'.itii.n her
be ban I'ated at v
day of Deei mi r,
.- As lOxec-utor
i' i p .Mi' atton of tl not lr n
Hi- :'ni day of Deoemb-r, l...;
ARTHIiR L. Mtl.l.iCU
Attorney for Bol Huimman, Rx*i itor
B01S 8 W l7:n T. it... .
. '-30 1/rt-lS
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 731i5-A
In IV. RMate of
M \ \ I" M'KIAN
I N -.-il
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To aii Craditore and ah Peraotu
II a Vina niaima or Dtmands ARainat
Said Batata:
Vim are hereby notified and re-
quired to preaent any i-lainiH and
demanda whieh you may have againai
Ihe eatate of MAX K. ADRIAN
deceased late of Dade County. Flor-
ida, to the County Judfee of Dade
County, and file the mini.' In duplicate
and aa provided in Beet Ion
Florid i Hi In their offli
the i rthouse In Dade
or the fir
i. ir the 11me a II
be b i
i'.. 11 nm
1111 > .
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.....I Ic n
d da k IG6
I'TI.KH. H iNSON
113 Ainsi- M iml
G 13
i nunty,
.mil :<-
Florida
in. V
i nunty,
niontha from the

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in: MIAMI i'i: \i-ii
I' XATIfiNAI. HANK
By P \ia
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First publlc.il
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', THE ''RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IS AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, IN CHASCERV
No. 66C 1204"
NOTICE OF SUIT
U'li I.I \ Msi:. i;i ;ii
. INiiS HANK
Iti i; i" i >A i:i:i:i.i. O 'I'I'.man
\
I) i-ndanl
i'i > Itobi 11 I >an II i "offn ai md
a \nn Coffman, in- aife, !: -
It l.'nknown ami if remarried,
unanow n -if IH lug and
. id, their unknown helra, .! I
i-Kateea, Bnintee* aaalaneer llenore,
her claimant!
... m.nR by, throuirh, under or agalnet
..*.. nf the above named defendants
arho deeea .1
N i ; n hi 11 that th<
. itiom I ..' n has bei n In-
: .i nat ) "u In the Circuit
:h. 11th .1 i il'ial Circuit of
n and f'-r I >ade i"ounty to
B inortnuce upon the follow-
real propert)
:. Jl .n Hloek 1 of MHIlt HOC8E
"I'BDIVISION, according to the
l*lai thereof aa remrdad in Plat
Booh Pace II of th.- Public
Dade County, Fl
i i it. ii !.. fii.- a reepoi
. I aim IfPe i >mplaln< a ii h
of the aforeaaid Court, aervi
,-..,.,. | ....
ITIN fink. 1 iade Federal
Florida not
n Fibruar) 17th, 1987 or a
i -.,. Pro c nf.'--" aril I
you
. TEl .Li-, i iry 5,
i: i: L.BATHERMAN
i 'I. '. tha Clrc ill i N'lirt
B) K M l.w \\
Deputy Clerk
MARTIN FINE
i.,.,.. t .'" i Ing
-.'-.-. I
-OTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722 ACTS OF 1941
FILE NO. 66 A 511
IKR K It A '
i n
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deed to be las ui

: ,u inty
iituo.SU Ida. I
tat IS Block 6, Hampt
.. is Pagi 58, ontalning i \ -
a or Us.-, in Hi. i' ..' .
-... of Flor la, emb
' rtlflcate No 1931 -- -
f aid propert) und r I h< tald
tlficttte issued wa- In it., name i
'..on A K.immerman \ w Frieda
lx>l A, Ilia....h Kill \il-l \ Reaub .
!'..ii Hook i": Page SO li the C
ei I'aiie, state of Florida......
: -r.. ed In Certificate No liiai
in. nt of said pr.'ptr'', ifidei
i... aid certificate laaued waa n Ihi
name of l*ah Silvers
Thia ilt .-.1 .v ill be -- ied
aay other ouislandtm d :..,. it Cltj
of lllaleah tax. i
u.t l Bloeh :;,
Plat Boom 19 Pagi I In the Ci
of Dude, Slate ol Florldu, .. i
braced In C< rtlfl No SIM. The
aaac-ament of -ml property under
the *id oertlficati Is ied eraa In the
name of Luella B. K nkelaai
lx>t '.< Block .' rnerckU I. '
City, Plat i ... ;. i he
County of I) -'.....f Ki'.riu.
I.r:n ed II NO. -.04. The
mt nl of -.': -,,i.| rl Ifl sued was In tho
name of i >a iej Ui dwrn.
Lot it! Block :. 75th St. Iliichlanda,
Plat Hook :i in. County
of Dade, State of Fl bracad In Certificate No. IJ47, The
aaaeasmenl ol aald property under
aid ci rtlfli ati Issued area in the
name of David Shields
U>t 17 Block I, ?fitli M lliirhlanda,
Plal Book .i i' i li thi 'ounty
of p ,i.- .. em-
Lr... d In I rtlflcat) N'o Tha
- i nl propert i iindei ihe |
.Miid -ii...i ii. in the
name if David sin. i.i-
Dol B i T .ih si 111-- 11
Plat Book .i i
1 MM" I I
In (' r' I!" Thl
men I of md< r tin I
rartifl
David Shield*
tin!-- -, I
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Ihe high!
i.'.ir fltet Mondaj in the
m mth Fehruan AD i
IH I 111' '"> '
I I I I
All
VTiniRM VN

Daput) Clerk
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nn'l'H'i: IS In':
Hi.- .- I, dealrii
in I.u i rler the I li
m il: I nu i.sr p| Ml' \\i m ,-.
I i.^ i "i .ii-i Inc.! .n -:\ II a W
ml. Intend* to* i
ii thi Clerk ..f thi Cli
Cuurt oi Dade County, i-'i. i.i.,
II VRi HjD fl JAFFBR, tTr*
A Floi' Ih '" nitration
LEONARD kai.i.sii
Attorne) ti>r Applicant
imPoni Building
I IS-20-27 :'
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C13318
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ALFRED .li iHN MAAHS,
I
VN.MAAIl-
I
TO I'N MAAMS
evard
KVKLYN ;

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UK JEWISH I \\
l" INK AND iRDKKED at Mian I,
i.i. this HI. da ol j.i
\ d :;:
. B LK \'1'iii:i:man. clerk,
:- lit Court, I >ade i 'nunty, i
- i By: C I' < 'ii'.KA.sii
1'. ; it) "lerk
1 6-1
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUPT
IS AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROEATE
No. r;2r c
Il 'MA.- K. MA l -' \
Dtt-en "I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i. required i thin ; call
,- li'i'i the f -' I'lil'l
this Notice t<> I f'dlirl
in ii Inn, undi r oath a nd In d
.11> i.i Ini "i di mai 'I win. h > ou
a. again*) th. Ka-
li li of ill' >MAS K, MATT** N I
.. -nine i\ ill bl bl
.IKSsii: I, LIWIEROT
itrlx
i. i; \\i .i i|>.\i:D, Vitornej
Se.vhold HIiIb-, Miami. Fl
Firm i' i-atUti nuary
1 H
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCL'T
OF FLOP.DA. IS AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY

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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN Asn FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IS PROBATE
No. 73265 A
In I'.K Katatv of
Mi iRIUX ULl'MENFELD,
D
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Crediting an I \ kvrs.
II.n ina I Vain
v i ... In r.-l.>
.I to pn bi nl
1'. in. ii.Ik Auainat
notified and
an) cluiriii and
nda which you may hn\< uaainei
in tate of Mi UtRIS mi.i m i;M'i:i.i i
i Dade i'nunty, i-l-.r-
I" i'ount) Judgea "f I >ade
mi n duplicate
pro\ ded in Sei Ion
-. in ih. ii office! in
I'ouri ii u.- in I lad* Co in-
i Ithin .-i\ calendai
:he in-i
or the .-am. will
' .1
M ii Florida, lhi- L'Tih
.I I ', -i V |l
. il il.i MKNFELD
\ Vdi '.
- pul of thi.-; notice "i.
'. i
-'.'i:, KINK ,\ I 'i.l;\| \ V
.
. I ongresa BldK., Miami Fla,
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K i .
iken i i
l"l tile I ..... I .
'I'h a notiei hall
a. h .. ; ir ol .- i il ii.-
ill i hi: JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
i"'M. AND HUDKItKIi Ml
Florliln, Mm- .;.ih
A I I
K II KKA I il.K.M.W .
le Colin
Sea > By: C I I'tH'KI.AND
I 'I I. .
\l\\ IN .1 -Ti INK
Attorney f..i Plaintiff 7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IS PROBATE
No. 73139-B
tate of
:dv ihi: ltiti i\\ n. ., \ ,
THE Id i.-i: Hit*' \
I... aaed.
NOTICE TO
To All 1 n litoi -
11.1 \ ni: 1 'lalma or i >
Saul :: tati
You .ire hen b) ii.itifit .1 mid
ureeel an 1
dt man wl 1. i 1 mi ii.. ,
tin KDYTHK llll
.. k .1 'V ill'' IK .si' 1:1:1. \
I.. Hi. fount
....
.11 ,| ; Sect H
I 1,1 I
the irtho I-.-
CREDITORS
Ml |Vr*
N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN ASD FOR DADE COLS
cLORIDA. IS PROBATE
So '3307-A
. 1 .
- .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
' "ounty, F 01 Ida, w thin a!
Ms from the tiini

lie 1.1 r. d.
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l>.\ Kl
.I lati
Ida, to thi I '"I.
..I 11 1 hi -..i 'l ipltcate
.1 .- i'f. \ ded ii. Keel li ui
Statute*, iii ihi 1 in
the Count) .'..,- 1 ,.:i-. n 1 'a4li 1
Florida, within -i\ ah n s from thi linn he fii at
: ion hi 1 eof, or the same a 111
1 .. rred.
I ted al Miami, Florida, lliis 27tli
ii. v of December, A 1 >
FR1MBT BOBICK 1/ >YV
As i-:\.-. u 11 \
I" at publication of thla notice on
i-'.h da of 1 le. ember, 1
i vi >N I, si'AltKKI:
lev for (fixecutrlx
100 N,,rth Blacayne Blvd
m ..ii.i. Florida S31SI
IL' :: 1 R-1J-3U
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOIifK I.- III.UKKI UIVKN that
by virtu.- ..f Chaptei "<, ol Klorldn
statutes Annotated (l>4li, Ware-
I1..1.semen ,m.I V\ ;.|. le u-. Iteceipta,
wherein Ai l: B. \ AN LINKS, INC
a r lortda ."i imratlon, b) \ li tue "i 11- I
warehous. li. n, haa 111 Its possession
the followlna descrlhed propert)
I Ion.-, li.Im 1;....,!- .1- in. property of
ARTHUR BR1IM1ES, i.'io N Costner
Avenue, 'in. i#;t>, ill and w host
kni.ivn local a.l'lr.s- War 211 N V\
Mth s M .nm. Fl 1 1 Ioum
to.'.K aa Hi. propert) "i MRU M
BKNITI / a h I.1-1 kii" 1 ad
v. .- lot) Powel Btreet, Apl Han
Calif.;
.1- rt)
1 \\ \ i:N I'll: ii. Ceneral IMIvi n
i '.1 ai .I thai ii' the
"M da) February, L967, durrngi th.-
sale ma u .-. n
i '.' '" li th.
al -i -,; N \\ 24th \i nui M
ami, the undk ahall

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or >uert) 01 VRTHCI! 1 Rllxi
N 1 -.--.- \ .
Will
in \ W
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LYN > \'. i:' 11.
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1 13-20
NOTICE Of- APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
.'hoptel
File No. 66 A r>22
ill 1: |i> C.1VKN .
HKRNSTKIN, hn rt.
. Tim S.ile ricate N
1 lie. A I '
I I j
tax deed 1
-. .
!.. 1 'v 1 1 ,.i, -
n ir
l."i > 11 1. I Mil llnrdel
aiih.. I'I t Bool 1
County of Dndi State, of Kim
The .1 --. s-in- nl aald
undei the said ci II.....
name of OKI I 1. NYl 'K
1 nl.-- said ceri
deei -i ... 1 nrrilna t< lu 1 in m
n will he -"i.i ii
hlgheai bidder at the C
I on the flral efonda) n hi n n 11. .r
1 I Vbru 11 \ 1967, h h 1- the 61 h day
..I February, 19H?
I>..t- 1 this ".rii .ia\ of Janua 1
K. H LEATHER MAX,
Clerk 1 f Clrcull >
I He County Fit 1 Ida
- 1 V F i;i'I!'-"!'|;a\u
Iii^i|I!\ '
1 .'.
IS THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL i T
IN ASD FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 73170-B
In BK 1 late of
w VRRKN 1. mi:asi.i:v
1 ieecaaed.
NOTICE TO
To All '
1 I
Said I
CREDITORS
VII 1 rsona
Demanda Age
fled .1 ".1 pe-
nny rlalma and
Hi.11-. hold RiMidi 1 mav havi an ilnai
'> N f WARREN" I. MBAS'I.KY
deoeaaad '.. I>ade County, Flor-
ida, I .1 udgen of
thi on In dupli-
:::; 1 fi

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'.KI/IKK & s "ss.MAN
.DON N Ll n.CHDK
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M.ami, Florida


Page 16-B
vjenist fkrtfiar
Friday. January 13
\
SHOP FOOD FAIR
AND YOU'LL
GET MORI
FOR YOUR MONEY!
FOOD
FAIR
FEATURES EFFECTIVE THRU
SATURDAY AT ALL FOOD FAIR
& FREDERICKS STORES
EXCLUDING KOSHER MARKETS
CMCCN STAMPS
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
YOURS WITH EVERY PURCHASE
FOR THE GREATEST VARIETY OF
FINE GIFTS!
DELICIOUS
LEAN
SAVE 610 LB.
ST0RE-*UCE0
TO IHSURE
FRESHNESS!
choked tox......*
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