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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 40 Number 3
Miami. Florida, Friday. January 20, 1967
Two Sections Price 23*
MAYOR KOLLEK HERE ON TOUR OF U.S.
Jerusalem Worry: Defense
By Special Report
NEW YORK Teddy Kollek,
Mayor of Jerusalem, who also
achieved worldwide note as the
man who conceived and built the
famous Israel Museum, declared
at a press conference at the offices
Of the United Jewish Appeal here
ihat defense something no other
layor in the world has to contend
Kith is Jerusalem's first prob-
pm, in view of its border location.
Je called the integration of its
large immigrant population the
ilecond gravest problem.
The city's population, now 195.
the present population being peo-
ple who have come there since the
[
MAYOR KOLLEK
state was established, plus the chil-
dren born to them there.
Jerusalem, Kollek said, has an
extraordinarily high birth rate
30 per thousand as against
Tel Aviv's 8 per thousand. It also
has the largest percentage of
academically trained people and.
paradoxically, the largest per-
centage of illiterates.
Kollek left here on a three-week
speaking tour of Philadelphia, Chi-
cago, Boston, Cleveland, Cincin-
nati, Palm Beach, Miami, Los An-
geles, San Francisco, Washington
and New York for UJA's campaign
to raise $75,620,000 in 1967
Continued on Page 10-A
MAGAZINE PUBLISHES COMPREHENSIVE fORUM OF OPINION
Hard Look at Negro Anti-Semitism
By MAX MELAMET
Suddenly, seemingly out of no-
where, the problem of Negro anti
Semitism has hurst like a thunder
orm over the American Jewish
ene Mirroring the development
the fact that the entire Decem-
r issue of Midstream, a magazine
ublished by the Theodor Herzl
foundation. New York, and aimed
it the Jewish intellectual commit
ity, has been devoted to a sym-
posium on "Negro-Jewish Relations
n Amei ica "
It is not suggested that Jewish
adership was unaware of the ex-
istence of anti Semitism in Negro
hettoes like Harlem. More than
went} yean ago. Commentary.
ituly launched by the American
ewish Committee, carried an
irticle by Prof. Kenneth Clark, the
Gurion Hit
For Words
On Eshkol
distinguished social psychologist.
himself, a Negio. in which tension
between Negroes and Jews was
candidly discussed.
However, the proportions of Ne-
gro hostility were not considered
then, nor in the next ten or fif-
teen years, as justifying anxiety
among Jewish leaders, though
closer examination of the situation
might have led to a less optimistic
appraisal.
The Negro's struggle for eco-
nomic, political and social better
Continued on Page 6-A
ALLEGED SOURCE OF LSD
Extremists Say Weizmann
Institute in 'Conspiracy9
JERUSALEM (JTA) Dr.
Nahum Goldmann issued a state-
mi this week denouncing former
I i David Ben Gurion for the
continued public criticisms
>' Premiei Levl Eshkol and his
leni Dr Qoldmann empha-
sized that he was speaking as pres
d! the World Zionist Organ-
Al*hough he did not refer to
Mr Ben-Gurion by name, the rel-
- clear Earlier this week,
Mi Ben-Gurion appeared at a
meeting of the Mapai-sponsored
kibbutz movement and there again
accused Premier Eshkol and his
colleagues of being "people of no
honor" and again declared that
Mr Eshkol was not fit to be Prem-
ier. He also asserted that Jews
from other countries would not
come to settle in Israel as long as
there were "untruthful" people
*t the helm of its Government.
"If leaders of Israel with In-
ternational standing and an as-
sured position in the history of
Continued on Page 9 A
By Special Report
A telephone message broadcast
service which has been the sub-
ject of complaint to federal au-
thorities has been accused of dis-
geminating "scurrilous and libelous
attacks" against the Weizmann In-
stitute of Science of Israel.
The Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith declared that a check
of "Let Freedom Ring" phone sta-
tions all over the country showed
them to be broadcasting a message
linking the drug LSD with Com-
munism and declaring that the
drug was being smuggled into the
United states from the Weizmann
Institute as part of a "conspiracy"
designed to immobilize American
cities
The League said that the net-
work is operated by a group of
Radical Rightists, many of them
members of the John Birch So-
ciety. LFR messages, according
to the League, "are a vicious
means of spreading hate, fear
and divisiveness." In 1965, the
Syria, Israel
Accept UN's
Peace Plea
League filed a complaint against
LFR with the Federal Communi-
cations Commission asking it to
take action against "such fla-
grant misuse" of telephone com-
panies' recorded message serv-
ices.
In response, the American Tele-
phone and Telegraph Company ad
vised the FCC that it had taken
steps to eliminate the problem"
names and addresses of sub-
scribers to the automatic an-
nouncement service of all Bell
System Companies would be given
out on request. In addition some
companies went a step further and
required that the name and ad-
dress of the sponsor be used as
pa it of the broadcast.
At the time, the League called
the telephone company's decision
"just and sound public policy
which will help end the libelous
statements since those who spon
sor them will no longer be able
to do so with impunity." It pointed
Continued on Page 8-A
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
Israel is ready to meet with Syria
face-to-face in a special, extraordi
rrary meeting of the Israel Syrian
Mixed Armistice Commission to
negotiate over problems of the de
militarized zones on the Israeli
Syrian border. Syria, according to
Damascus broadcasts Tuesday,
holds Israel guilty of "aggressive
intentions," will continue its pres-
ent policies, and will "crush any
aggression from Israel."
These were the reactions to an
urgent appeal from Secretary
General U Thant of the United Na-
tions, addressed directly to both
countries with the request for "a
prompt and cooperative response."
Mr. Thant said he considered the
situation so urgent that he had
taken the "unusual step" of in-
forming the Security Council mem-
bers individually of his action.
The Secretary-General acted
on receipt of reports of a build-
up of heavy arms, armor and
troops on both sides of the line.
He said that "it is clear that the
situation threatens to erupt at
any moment into a large-scale
clash of military forces in overt
violation of Security Council
Continued on Page 5-A

DAILY ATTACKS
Hot Border
Continues As
War Threat
TEI. AVIV year moved ahead in Israel this
week with almost daily Syrian at-
tacks on Israel's northern border,
which erupted twice into fierce
tank clashes.
Israel tank gunners destroyed
two Syrian tanks and damaged at
least two others, despite consider-
able disadvantages stemming from
the fact that, at the battle site,
Syrian positions are more than 900
feet higher than the Israeli defen-
sive positions.
The second tank clash erupted
a few hours after Premier Levi
Eshkol visited the northern com-
mand and issued still another
warning to the Syrians to end
their provocations. In all the
Continued on Pago 13-A

CULTIVATION RAISES TEMPERS
U Thant Says Trouble
Due to Rainy Season
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
United Nations Secretary -General
U Thant attributed the clashes be-
tween Syria and Israel in the de-
militarized border zone this week
to the rainy season when grass
grows and cultivation begins in
this zone. Answering a question at
his press conference l' Thant said
"You will remember thai this
is a time of the year when rains
begin to fall in the area, the grass
grows and cultivation starts.
"At this time of the year,
whenever cultivation starts,
there are sporadic shootings
and incidents. So I would say
that the present phase in certain
sections of the demilitarized
zone between Israel and Syria,
is more seasonal than anything
else."
Asked whether he >: ill intended
to visit the Arab refugee camps,
U Thant replied that he ha
Continued on Paqe 2-A
Jobless to March on Knesset
TEL AVIV (JTA) Jobless
workers will march on Parliament
on Jan. 24 and mass demonstra-
tions of such workers will be
staged in Jerusalem, a meeting of
workers committee decided this
I week.
The protest demonstrations were
i approved as a means of informing
Israeli public opinion of the hard
ships which Israel's thousands of
unemployed workers were suffer-
ing. Another rally, organized by
leftist groups, demanded immedi-
ate unemployment insurance and
large-scale public works programs
to provide jobs. At least 30.000
workers are out of jobs as a result
of Israel's current economic slump
and the figure may be twice that
high.
Additional help to the jobless
was scheduled by a special gov-
ernmental committee which de-
cided special monthly subsidies
Continued on Pago 7-A
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Friday, January 20, 1967
Pacesetters CJA in Prominent Rise
ISRAELI DIPLOMAT PAGE 9 A
FINANCE DIVISION PAGE 11-A
Samuel N Kncdland. chairman
of the hMMttWI Division for the
1967 Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign, announced a 19.3 per-
cent increase in if's pledged to
the CJA over last year's drive.
Fried land'l report was issued
following the Pacesetters dinner
held at the Diplomat Hotel last
week. Increased pledges from al-
most everyone attending the din-
ner brought the total pledged to
$170,700
Guest speaker for the event
was Albert B. Adelman, a na-
tional chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal. A business and
communal leader of Milwaukee,
Adelman is a member of the
UJA national executive commit-
tee, the too level policy-setting
body of the organization.
A veteran campaigner, he head-
ed the 1960 and 1961 drives of
the .Milwaukee Jewish Welfare
Fund, and was a participant in the
seventh L'JA Study Mission to
Europe and Israel in 1960.
Adelman said that since Janu-
ary'. HHS5. a total of 71 attacks on
Israel have been documented. He
RAINY SEASON AT FAULT
Continued from Poo* 1-A
cepted an invitation of the Arab
states to visit the Middle F.ast and
to visit some refugee camps.
'The only thing is that 1 have
not been in a position so far to
determine when I could visit the
area," he said, "so my answer is:
1 have accepted the invitation of
the Arab slates to \isit the area,
and 1 am lookinc forward to visit-
ing at least some of the refugee
camps at the earliest available op-
portunity."
mentioned that there have been
innumerable other incidents which,
for one reason or another, received
no documentation.
Israel is caught in a situation not
of its own choosing," said Adel-
man. "and the causes can most
probably be attributed to four fac-
tors unemployment, the defense
budget, absorption, and continued
immigration."
The Combined Jewish Appeal,
which raises funds for over 50 lo-
cal, national, and overseas agen-
cies, is attempting to raise S1.676.-
767 in 1967
United Jewish Appeal national chairman, Albert B. Adelman,
chats with Samuel N. Friedland (right), chairman of Com-
bined Jewish Appeal's Pacesetters Division at the Pacesetters
dinner held at the Diplomat Hotel last week.
Nurses at Sinai Get Pay Raise
Begining Jan. 16. Mount Sinai
Hospital nurses will receive a sec-
ond salary increase within a per
iod of four months.
According to Leonard L Abess,
president of the hospital, the de-
cision was made so that nursing
salary' scales at Mount Sinai would
be competitive with those being
paid in many northern commun-
ities and in order to attract more
nurses to this area.
"We are aiming at the out-of-
town nurse. said Abess. "who
would like to come to Miami Beach
and work, but who has been re-
luctant to do so because of salary-
scales. We also wish to reward the
competent and loyal nursing staff
which we now have."
The new $50 a month raise will
bring Registered Nurses' salaries
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Friday. Tanuary 20. 1967
-JewIs* ncrldHar
Page 3-A
Bishop Pike Slated at Judea Wednesday
BifhOP James A. Pike, of Cali-
fornia, ".ember in religion of the
(enter ft r the Study of Democratic
[rtstitul DM at Santa Barbara, and
one of r.ne world's foremost theo-
logical figures, will deliver a lec-
ture on religion at Temple Judea
next Wednesday night, Jan. 25.
Bishop Pike's discussion on the-
ology a highlight of the Coral
Gables congregation's inaugural
series, "An Invitation to Discov-
ery /' Wednesday's program will
begin promptly at 8 p.m.. accord-
ing to Joseph Krefetz, president
of Temple Judea.
Dr. Charles Rosenfeld and
Mrs. George L. Baum, co-chair-
men c' the series, said a limited
numbir of reserved seats for
Wednesday night's talk is still
available at the Temple office,
5500 Grenada Blvd.
Bistu Pike will arrive in Coral
Gables IVednesday afternoon and
hold press, television and radio
confer) nee at Temple Judea at 2
pin. Rabbi Morris a Kipper, spir-
itual '''!. announced.
The California Episcopal leader
assume! nis present post last An.:
list at v. eight years as Bishop of
tlic Episcopal Diocese of California.
He s red tor sis years as dean
of the Cathedral of St. John the
Divim New York City, largest
churcl the L'nited States.
This Week. New York Times Mag-
azine, New York Times Book Re-
view, Cosmopolitan. Christian Cen-
tury, and others.
Bishop Pike has received hon-
orary doctorates in sacred the-
ology, divinity, civil and canon
law, literature, humanities and
laws. He has served as a trustee
of the three largest seminaries
of the Episcopal Church Gen-
eral and Virginia Theological
Seminaries, and the Church Di-
vinity School of the Pacific.
He has served as president of
the standing committee of the Di-
ocese of New York, and was, as
a priest, three times elected as
Deputy to General Convention.
He has served as a member of
the Graduate Board of the Yale
Law School and is a member of
the board of the National Planned
Parenthood Federation.
He is chairman of the California
Advisory Committee to the U.S.
Commission on Civil Rights, hav-
ing been appointed to the Com-
mission under the Eisenhower ad
ministration, and by appointment
of the late President Kennedy, was
a member of the U.S. Food for
Peace Council.
Menorah Honors
Cantor Cerner
Temple Menorah will present
Cantor Elisha Cerner with a cita-
tion plaque for 15 years with the
choir of Temple Menorah, the past
year as choir master.
Cantor Cerner served at Rodfei
Zedek in Chicago before coming
to Miami Beach in 1952. He re-
ceived his early training in the
musical academies of Europe,
where he sang in both synagogue
and state operas.
During the past year. Cantor
Cerner assisted in the Religious
School Junior Congregation, where
he officiated even Saturday morn-
ing.
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M "(i. 'on at the Algiers Hotel
Pro.:. :i for the afternoon fea-
tured .. film. "Henrietta Stold"
Mis Jennie Appelrouth spoke on
"Jewish History."
Mr- .-. ia Kurland is president
BISHOP PfKf
Bill Baggs, editor of the Miami
News, is scheduled to introduce
Bishop Pike
Bishop Tikes diversified career
includes sen Ice as an Intelligence
Officer of the IS Navy during
World War II admission to the
California Bar after receiving a
Doctor of the Science ot Law De-
cree from Yale University; tenure
on the faculty of the George Wash
ington University Law School, and
a- a member of the Bar of the
United States Supreme Court.
He is the recipient of the Medal
lion Of Valor of the State of Israel.
Bishop Pike is the author of
hook.- and articles in the field of
Federal judicial and administrative
procedure and has written for Life,
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Volume 40
Number 3
Friday, January 20 196?
9 Shevat 57?7
Is the Battle
Worth the Price
The Jewish sensitivity toward in-
lions of the separation of church
cr.; state dcctrine has caused many
Jewish communities and their lead-
to suffer difficult moments.
We in Dade County are partic-
ly coc,nizant of the problem.
it with the annual erection of
the Cross on the Dade County Court-
house and the bruising battle sev-
er ;'. years ago with the School
Ec^rd over religious observances in
OVZ public school system.
Too often, the prize won in these
bc'.iles is almost beyond th* price
w<= must pay for it.
Nevertheless, and possibly be-
c: ,.se of the geographic dictance In-
volved, which automatically tends
tc excuse us from the sweat and
te::rs spent in the achievement, we
rejcond svmpathetically to the oust-
ing of a 51-ft. neon-lighted concrete
cress atop Skinner's Butte in a public
k overlooking Eugene Ore.
A Lane County Circuit Court
Judge there ordered the removal fol-
lowing a suit by ten local residents on the basis
that the Cross stoood on public property, thus
violating the separation of church and state
principle.
The problem began way back in 1936. with
the erection of a variety of wooden Crosses
on the site, that repeatedly blew or fell down,
and culminating in the placement of a perma-
nent concrete Cross on Nov. 28, 1964. There
is no guestion that all of those citizens of Eu-
gene involved in the project were well-inten-
tioned persons, religiously-minded and public-
spiritsd.
Perhaps they still can not see, or may even
refuse to see, the point of law at issue. It is a
difficult battle these skirmishes over separa-
tion of church and state because we so often
reap the wild wind of otherwise dormant wrath
for our trouble. But Dr. Leo Pfeffer, special
counsel for the American Jewish Congress,
helped the ten litigants file their complaint. He
cr.d the Congress are worthy of our admiration
for their vigilance in behalf of constitutional
covemment even at this cost.
They Deserve Recognition
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hulstein are a non-
Jewish Dutch couple who settled in Canada
citer World War II. Last week they were hon-
ored in Vancouver by the Jewish community
there for havinq saved the lives of many Jews
during the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands.
The community paid off the mortgage on
the couple's home and. m addition, provided
them with a monthly pension of SI00 a month
for life.
The Dutch and the Danes are unique in
European history during the Hitler era for the
courage they showed particularly the Danes
in protecting their Jewish fellow-citizens. We
do not say they are forqotten. But the honor
to the Hulsteins last week was unique enough
to make the wire services.
These honors should be less unique. In that
dark and tragic hour of Jewish history, there
were many heroes who rose to the defense of
their Jewish neighbors and, as in the case of
the Hulsteins, almost always at the peril of
their own lives.
They deserve to be recognized.
The Mitzvah tradition, so profound and power-
ful in the Jewish people, never ceases to stress
that the Torah can not fulfill the requirements
of religion without the Mitzvah which embodies
in deeds God's commandments.''
Spoken by a rabbi? An intellectual Jewish
leader? A sociologist? Guess again.
These are the words of Fr. Felix A. Morlion.
O.P., who was special emissary of Pope Paul
VI to a dinner celebration last week in honor
of Dr. Maurice Hexter and Joseph Willen on
their retirement as executive vice presidents of
the Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of New
York.
They were honored for raising an estimated
S1.5 billion in welfare funds for Federation
agencies over the past half-century.
It is beside the point that Pcpe Paul should
have wanted these words said or that Fr.
Morlion should have said them. The important
thing is that they were said, and their signifi-
cance is profound: Religion must be lived as a
way of life, not as a system of principles.
Perhaps it is too pimple to have easy mean-
ing. But what men in need can understand
whether the need be physical or spiritual is
that the practice of charity is one cf our most
divine gualities. For longtime Jewish commu-
nal leaders Dr. Hexter and Mr. Willen, this was
a moving tribute to both their professional and
personal existence.
A Moving Tribute
.
We note see t 'erion to judge
the value of a hui the
deeds accomplished man.
They Ought to Know
The Catholic Bishopric o! riildershein. a
West German newspaper, last week urged for-
mal outlawing by the government of the ex-
tremist National Democratic Party.
The NDP is now openly being called neo-
Nazi by no less a distinguished German leader
than Minister of the Interior Paul Lucke, and
the Catholic Bishopric made just this reminder
to its readers, addina that the ban should ao
into effect before the party gains such strength
that it will be impossible to dislodge it.
It certainly takes a German to know a big-
oted extremist of this variety. Dr. Adenauer's
assurances last week that he sees no danger
in the NDP fails to soothe our anxiety.
Thus far, the relative skertic'sm with w the National Democrats are being regarded is
sed uDon the'r 7 peice;.' jnwide
showinq in the la=t election. But -.: the Catholic
f Hildershen is net convinced, it
..le difficult for us to be.
uring the week
... as i see it
by LEO MINDLIN
I NOTE by a report from D i
I las that Dr. Abral.
Fran/blau came to the def.:
of Siumund Freud before
meeting of some 100 Refori
temple educators The repo
to be fair, is truncate
just ii bit garbled. On the oi
hand. Dr. Franzblau is quote
II having said of Freud that
he "was by Instinct a Jew and
always remained a Jew. loyal
to his people." On the other hand, he purportedly called Freud "an
unregenerate athetist." I suppose, in the popular sense, it is certainly
possible to be both This is what the growing tribe of modern sell
Observers mean when they say of themselves that they are "sociolog-
ical Jews." It is the sophisticates' way of going on record that the)
are much too intelligent i<> believe In God, and that what they do
believe in is the Jewi-h "elan "
But the Jewish "elan" in these terms almost never has anything
to do with Judaism, even stripped of any belief in Cod It may lie
temple-based, but it will inevitably deal with Negro civil lights i
the latest "Jewish" novel like "Herzog." Or else, it will be a forum
series, featuring the leading columnist of the day. or some suddenly -
favored senator, or a controversial general of the army.
I am saddened that Dr, Franzblau felt impelled to drag Freu
into this muck Of all people, he should know better, For one thin,
he is dean emeritus of the school oi education at Hebrew liiiot
College Jewish Institute of Religion. For another, he is. what the
report called, a "licensed' psychiatrist Even if this suggests the
p issibility that he may not now be a practicing one. his credential-
are nevertheless sufficient to have led him away from such nonsei
*
HIS PLACl IN HISTORY ASSUKO
I WAS NOT aware that Dr Freud needs any defense. There is ur
believable "chut/pah" in this sort of thing It would be like com
ing to the belated defense of Socrates, or Aristotle, or Darwin, o:
Dr Einstein. It has long -nice been established that Freud Belong*
in this company If we were to discuss the do/en or so leading Intel
lects in human history, there simply is no question of Freudr'*> place
:-.g them. Indeed, we have been living in a world that gave us
- in him and in Einstein during the past half-century, a kin '
hi ing flattery by reflection in which we ought to bask.
What possible "defense" could we be called upon to make in
behalf of either man. except possibly that they were almost precisely
that half-century ahead of the depressed human capability of undei
iding them? Among a colossus of other things, Einstein's decep-
tivel) simple relativity formulation of 15*05. based upon the equatior
Involving energy and matter and the constant sjn-ed of light, had
little significance for us ordinary mortals until its practical applies
tion exploded upon us in 1945. While Freud, since his astonishm
discover as. went out of fashion, partly as a consequence of the Vic
torian backlash, and then returned again with even grander levels of
purpose in their clinical application for our time.
Pad Is that Freud is to very Ideological and ontological simul-
taneously, that his significance for a very long time escaped ever,
his fellow-scientists except those with the poetic imagination to
seize upon its profound meaning to the art of healing the sick
human mind. His enemies were either anti-Semites dike Max Planck
in the case of Einstein or limited in this prerequisite imagination
for recognizing the essential nature of Freud s poetry, and who hence
sought to crucify him. much as the Venetians did with Galileo. (Gali-
leo's astronomic discoveries frightened the safely-circumscribed geo-
centric world, which sought to insure its ignorance by imprisoning
him.)

NO CHAUtNGl TO HIS JIWISH IDtNTIfKATION
LEST THIS BE regarded as an egregious metaphor, consider that
the only award Dr. Freud won for his work was the Goethe Prize,
a citation essentially for creative literature.
But what about Freud and Judaism? Consider again the "Psycho
pathology of Everyday Life." Any student of psychology generally
and this work specifically is hindered in his understanding if he
is not Jewish. For the examples are filled with Jewish humor, Jewish
jokes. Jewish anxieties. Jewish disappointments, all of them illus-
trating life as Freud knew it. and all of them really demanding insight
by experience into Jewish tradition The principles are. of com M
universally valid, but the examples remain indigenously Jewish
Otherwise, how can one really understand the humor, or the
reflections upon anti Semltism as a pathological sociologic expression
or the refined vestigial threads of Eastern Europe's ghetto in super
sophisticated Vienna"1 Freud was. indeed, filled with the Jewish
elan He did not violate the temple with army generals, syndicated
columnists and princes of the church in an endless and vain pi
sion of forums designed to pique the interest of atrophying suburb
anite Judaism. He did not need substitutes
I am here reminded of an old Viennese friend, who passed away
several years ago. and who used to spend evenings talking abou'
Freud witb US. One of his proud memories was his membership with
Freud in the B'nai B'rith lodge in Vienna when, as he said. "B'nai
B'rith really meant something Jewish" No one doubted Fr.
Jewishness there not even the classical Viennese anti Semiti
whom be wrote so skillfully and painfully in "Psychopathologv >:
Everyday Life."
EACH TOUCHtD GOD IN NIS HtAVEN
POSSIBLY EVEN in his worst work, which was his last. "Moses and
Monotheism," there is the flame of divine understanding, without
which no true poet can exist or create. Hence, to "defend" Freud,
as Dr Franzblau did against his "unregenerate atheism." is to fail
to see or to show meaningful insight into Freud at all.
It is. in fact, to tail to accord Freud the kind of respect we accord
Sandy Koufax or Richard Widmark as "Jewish"' stars in their fields
And this is an inconsistent failing beyond my personal grasp because,
as Jews, we repeatedly seek out the Jewish names of achievement
among us to lionize them, even when they are a hundred times
removed from their interest in us or understanding of the meaning
purpose, responsibility and. indeed, agony in the title Jew.
Placed against the experience of Dr. Einstein, it demonstrates
total confusion, particularly when we recall Israel's plea to him that
he become the new nation's first President. On what basis was the plea
offered that he was a Jew in the Mea Shearim sense" It is clear
that Einstein's Jewish "elan w.i> the equivalent of Freud's if in Other
poetic terms
tine can not. of BSttTBBt chastise Dr Franzblau for failing to ac-
; the profound respect Israel accorded Einstein in r
the point is thai neithei lews. The
I dud m His heaven unfitaio
us but not to i!k


Friday. January 20. 1967
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Syria, Israel Accept
UN Plea for Pow-Wo>v
Conorcrtulating Isaac Donen. president of the
Brandeis Zionist District of Miami Beach, and
a veteran Zionist leader on his 75th birthday,
are (left to rioht) Herman Wilson, Joseph Alter,
Ben GUler, Sidney Raymond, Mortimer May.
Isaac Donen, Cantor Saul Breeh, Dr. Abraham
Wo'fscn. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz and Ab-
raham Grunhut, president of the Miami Beach
Zionist District. In honor of the occasion, fam-
ily and friends of Donen established a schol-
arship at th* Kfar Silver Agricultural Training
Institute, maintained by the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America in Ashkelon, Israel. This schol-
arship will enable an Israeli student to receive
an educaticn at the institute. Donen has been
active in all phases of youth work and edu-
cation.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Filling Void of Conscience
EDITOR. The Jewish Floridian:
I
Like an individual, the commu-
nity is expected to have a con-
science.
In the days of the Kings, the
prophets were the conscience of i
Jewish honor.
Following the prophets, the
treat sages of our people stood in
the forefront to safeguard "Kavod
Hatorah" and "Klall Yisrael."
Today there is no room for con
science. Individual and organiza-
tional autonomy is the unique
charactt ri-tic of our free and un
bridled society.
In our own community, in the
bsence of a single voice in the
defense of Jewish honor, I wish
to applaud Mr. Leo Mindlin for
his column of Friday, Jan. 6, for
his courage in criticizing the
choice of John S. Knight as the
knight in shining armor to re-
ceive the Eleanor Roosevelt-
Israel Humanities Award.
I also want to applaud Mr. Mind-
s label of "chutzpah-' to the
concept of Jewish debutantes."
The need for success is the all
consuming power which blinds our
eadera to what is morally and
ethically correct and to what is
honorable from a Jewish point of
view.
I recret. however, the label "in-
tegrity" Mr. Mindlin pins on Mr.
Knight, even in the context in
which he applies it.
Referrinc to Mr. Knight's state
ments on Israel. Mr. Mindlin says.
"In reply, what is there to .-ay.
after one ha< said a thousand
times over the years, that Israel's
retaliations are forever criticized:
while the provocations are never
mentioned What is there to
^ay of his view of the Middle East
where its two worlds talk only of
the other'.- extinction^" Where
has Israel ever talked of any Arab
people's extinction?"
In the licht of all this. I would
say that Mr Knight i- consistent
but i> not "almost singular and
unique in his honesty and integ
rit>."
RABBI JONAH E. CAPLAN
Sky Lake Synagogue
REPLIES Mr. Mindlin: I grate
fully noie Rabbi Caplan'.- praise
But I did not criticize the choice
of John S Knight as recipient
of the Eleanor Roosevelt Israel
Humanities Award I merely ex-
plained that no one should have
voiced anger or surprise at what
Separation of Church and State' Slated
As Topic for Beth David Congregation
Separation of Church and State
Fact or Fiction?" will be the
question brought before members
(f Beth David Congregation on
Thursday. Jan. 26. 8 p.m.. in Spec-
tor Hall.
Dr. Leo Pfeffer. chairman of the
Department of Political Science,
1 ong Island University, and special
counsel to the American Jewish
Congress, will address a combined
social action meeting sponsored by
'he Sisterhood and the Men's Club
"f the congregation.
As one of the nation's leading
constitutional lawyers. Dr. Pfaf-
fer has appeared before the Su-
preme Court for every major
religious liberty case or church-
state issue in the past 15 years,
either as counsel or as "friend
of the court."
Speaker and a special panel com-
prised of members of the Sister
hood and Men's Club will explore
controversies surrounding federal
aid to education and religion in
the public schools.
Members of the panel are Judge
Milton Friedman. Judge Mitchell
('oldman. Mrs Benjamin Kamen,
Manuel I.ubel. Mrs. Arthur Pekel-
ner, and Mrs. Louis Schwartzman
Chairmen for the evening will
be Mrs. Sol Landau and Norman
Sholk. A coffee hour will follow.
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Mr. Knight said in accepting the
award. It was a predictably con-
sistent expression of his opinion ,
on Israel and the Middle East'
throughout the years. In this:
sense. Mr. Knight was true to
himself as one of our nation's
leading newspaper publishers
and editors."
Continued from Page 1-A
resolutions and of the Israel-
Syria general armistice agree-
ment."
But even as the Secretary Gen
eral was taking these measures,
further acts of sabotage and vio-
lenee were being reported from
Israel and on Sunday, Joel Bar I
romi. acting head of the Israel del-'
egation. submitted the fifth note
this month to the president of the
Security Council protesting against
two new weekend outrages: the
mine-laying incident at Dishon.
which resulted in the death of a
soccer game spectator, and a series
of shootings on I-ake Tiberias. Mr.
Barromi met with the president of
the Security Council, Jose Maria
Ruda. of Argentina, at the Argen
tine Embassy last night.
In Jerusalem, Lieut. Gen. Odd
Bull, head of the UN Truce Super-
vision Organization, called at the
Israeli Foreign Ministry this morn-
ing to deliver a copy of U Thant's
appeal and to discuss its contents.
Later, Foreign Minister Abba S.
Eban summoned a press confer-
ence to affirm Israel's readiness to
meet the Syrians and to wan
Israel would not tolerate fu
Syrian aggression.
At the United Nations, Am us-
sador Arthur J. Goldberg, spi<-
ing for the United States C:.
ernment, announced supporr ;
U Thant's peace initiative.
Late Tuesday. Syria also at.
ed Secretary General Thant's
for an emergency meeting. S i
Ambassador George J, Tomeh said
in a letter to Thant that hi> j
ernment accepted the a
"without any condition."
It was not clear when the i
ing would be held. Just pri
Syria's acceptance, Foreign
ister said in Jerusalem that 1- >!
will not tolerate Syrian a_
sion." at the same time reiter
Israels promise to participate in a
Mixed Armistice Commission
ing in spite of the fact that he 1
it was his firm belief that the cur-
rent tension and bloodshed a
Israel's borders were not conne::ed
with any quarrels over the d
itarized zones as Secretary General
Thant had intimated
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
Since my arrival in Miami Beach
15 years ago. I have subscribed to
and eagerly awaited each issue of
your weekly. I enjoy most of the
articles, but I find Leo Mindlin's
editorial column mo*t compelling
His column never fails to give me
a needed "shot in the arm" and
reinforces my belief that there are
fundamental, unique Jewish value*
when our Jewish leaders "can"
and "ought" to support.
Mr Mindlin's analyses of the I-
rael Bond dinner (Jan. 6 issue
only heightened my respect anc1
admiration for his penetrating and
honest reporting of the inherent
weakness not only in Miami Jew
ish leadership, but American Jew
ish leadership generally.
It seems to me that our Jewish
leaders' proclivity for non-Jewish
activity, as an attempt to achieve
status and acceptance into the
mainstream of American society,
only serves as a stunning indict-
ment of their unawareness of
past Jewish history.
Over and over again, the Jew has
attempted to shed his identity. Re
peatedly. he has been reminded
that the he can make his best con-
tribution and gain the respect of i
his Christian neighbor by clinging
to his uniqueness. To conform and ]
embrace non-Jewish practices only
invites the scorn and criticism of
the Christian he desires to emu-
late.
Mr Mindlin's column is a re-
freshing reminder that the Jew can
best serve the Jewish and Chris-
tian community by being "him-
self." If I am not for myself, who
' will be for me? But if I am only
i for mvself. then what am I?
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Hard Look at Negro Anti-Semitism
Continued from Pag 1-A
acquired a faster tempo and
a new militancy, especially after
the historic Supreme Court de
m in 1954 put the weight of
the constitution behind the demand
for Integration. With mounting In-
sistence the Negro pressed for
realization of his constantly rising
expectations in a society that
proudly proclaimed its democratic
character.
Jewish leaders saw in these
developments no menace to the
Jewish community. The vast ma-
jority of Jews had thrown itself
whole-heartedly into the Negro's
fight for equal rights. To such
an extent, indeed, did many
Jews identify with the Negro's
cause that they appeared to be
Members of the planning committee of the Beth Sholom
3rotherhood Breakfast held here recently in the temple
auditorium are (seated) Marsha Stiener. president of Beshty
'Beth Sholom Temple Youth); Walter Lebowitz. Brotherhood
youth committee chairman; Aaron Farr, program chairman.
Standing are James S. Knopke, Brotherhood president, and
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual leader of the congregation.
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demanding something for them-
selves as well as for the Negro.
To such an extent were Jewi>li
emotions engaged that when the
Negro announced that he no longer
wished Jo share with any white
man the leadership of his libera-
tion movements, the rejection
struck Jewish liberals with stun-
ning impact. The ordinary Jew.
however, was less concerned with
actual or threatened exclusion of
Jews and other whites from par-
ticipation in the Negro civil rights'
movement than he was with the
growing number of reports of Ne ,
gro hostility.
There were stories that Jewish-
owned shops had been singled out
for attack during the rioting, burn-
ing and looting in Harlem. Phila-
delphia, Rochester and Watts. In
New York, Jews began to piece to
gether into a pattern of enmity
and violence reports of physical
attacks by Negroes on Jews and
threats of organized assaults. A
Jewish intellectual urged that all
Jews living or trading in Harlem
he evacuated, and his remarks
were prominently reported in the
New York Times
The cry Of "black power." first
used by the militant young leader
of SNCC, Stokelj Carmlchael, and
then echoed and reechoed at scores
oi Negro gatherings, began to be
considered in a more sinister con
text. Negro demonstrations at a
Harlem school for the removal of
the white principal, a Jew, and the
appointment in his place of a Ne
gro were interpreted as evidence
that tension between Jew ami Ne-
gro was engendered not only
where they met as struggling store-
keeper and struggling customer or
as landlord and low income tenant
but in all areas and at all levels
Now, the extraordinary thing
is that so little is actually known
about the nature and extent of
Negro anti-Semitism. If the Ne-
groes who recently appeared on
David Susskind's television pro-
gram art to be believed, po-
groms are not improbable in
Harlem.
On the other hand, preliminary
data recently published by the ADL
indicates that Negroes would rath-
er trade with Jews than with other
whites, believe that Jews Mtlst the
Negro's cause more than do other
whites, and in general are less
ami Semitic than whites are Care
ful evaluation of the significance
of the API. Study must await pub
lication of the full sliuh
Equally lacking In factual defin
iteness is the talk about a Jewish
"backlash." Some claim thai the
.ii'u- must have voted in
numbers for the abolition of the
Police Review Board, established
by New York's Mayor John Lind*
saj and that all who favored aboli
lion were motivated b> anti-Negro
sentiment To the best of my know
ledge, this is sheer speculation
This lack of "exact and detailed
data" was recognized by the cdi-
tors of Midstream, and since they
felt that the "condition of growing
misunderstanding between Jews
and Negroes in America ha I reach
cd the point where candid discus-
sion is urgently needed il il is to
be halted and reversed,' the only-
course open to them was to turn
to informed opinion hasel on ex-
perience with the relation >f the
two groups."
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* J Page 7-A
Federal Judge C. Clyde Atkins (left) presents the 1966 NCCJ
Certificate of Recognition to WCKT owner Sidney Ansin as
Gene Strul (right', news director, Ch. 7. looks on. Judge Atkins,
co-chairman of the Florida Region of the National Conference
of Christians and Jews, is a new member of the national
board of NCCJ. Ansin is a member of the Florida regional
board. Strul is in charae of the production of "Florida Forum,"
the weekly panel program of WCKT which won the national
recognition.
Jobless Plan Mass March
On Knesset Sel for Jan. 24
Continued from Page 1-A
shocic be paid to unemployed
workers, starting April 1. The
prop; ed subsidies were pro-
posed as a stopgap arrangement
until a national unemployment
insurunce program was set up
in Israel. The committee made
no Decision on the amount of
the subsidy nor details of its
alloc, ton. It was indicated, how-
ever, that payments would be
made to workers jobless for at
least c month and who have no
other source of income.
A proposal winch would add an-
other 3.500 workers to the ranks
of tin unemployed stirred an an-
gry reaction from the Civil Sen
ice i nion. Finance Minister Pin-
has Sapir announced In Parliament
that he wanted to dismiss thai
man) civil service workers in Is-
rael's current retrenchment effort.
The union's anger stemmed from
the fact that Sapir made Yw- at
nouncement without informing the
union of his intention.
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JERUSALEM (JTA) The,
announcement in Moscow this
week that ten Israelis had been ex-
pelled for the alleged espionage
and "Zionist propaganda" activ-
ities \u>- described here as an |
amalgam of trite Soviet allegations
designed to warn Soviet .lews to
avoid it 11 contacts with visiting |.
raelis or members ol the Israeli
Embassy in Moscow
Political sources also indicated
a belief that another objective ot
the report in (zvestia. the Soviet
Government organ, was to discour-
age Iv'tis-ian Jews from -eekin";
exit visas to reunite with members
of families abroad. It was noted
thai the [zvestia story had been
reprinted in a number of other
Soviet newspapers
The report asserted that seven
Israelis had been deported for
"espionage" activities and that
three others were expelled after
coming to the Soviet Union "in
the guise of tourists" to spread
"Zionist propaganda" in "con-
nivance" with the Israeli Embas-
sy. Izvestia did not report on
when the alleged acts occurred.
The sources here said that a
large number of Soviet Jews had
sought to take advantaue of an as-
surance from Premier Kosvuin.
made at a press conference in Paris
on Dec. 3. that the Soviet Union
would not place harriers jp the
way of such Jewish emigration
Soviet .lews have also tried to con
tact foreign tourists 'o lean
tails of life abroad, the
sources stated.
A number of Israeli tourists
mentioned in the Izvestia articles
are either completely unknown to
Israeli authorities here or are
known to have been bona fide
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in Moscow declarinu that the Iz-
vestia report was completely
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A spokesman for the Israel
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press there that he knew of no
recent cases of expulsion of Is-
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iar with the cases cited by li-
vesia. The spokesman said "It is
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that the Israel Embassj i I
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tourists for distribution i
.i< us m Russia
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+Jewisti fhrSetter
Friday, January 20, 1967
!
Weizmann Institute in 'Conspiracy^!)
Continued from Pago 1-A
out. however, that additional rem-
edial action was still needed.
Let Freedom Ring is a message
service founded four years ago by
Di. William C. Douglass, of Sara-
SOta, Fla. The prospectus for the
operation describes it as a "non-
prolit corporation established to
ninate anti-Communist, anti
-t pro-American broadcasts
\ : telephone tape recording."
Arnold Forster, ADL general
counsel, described LFR scripts
as consisting of "lurid visions of
a 'Communist conspiracy' alleg-
edly lurking behind civil rights,
the United Nations, the U.S. Su-
preme Court, the last three
Presidents of the United States,
the State Department, the press,
the National Council of Church-
es, the American Civil Liberties
Union, and others."
According to Mr. Forster. local
puj chasers of the LFR service in
o\tr 30 cities from coast to coast
ha.e franchise agreements with
Dr. Douglass to use annually at
le?>! 40 of 52 scripts he provides.
Tb( purchaser arranges for the
in-*?!Iation of the necessary re-
cce ng equipment through his
Iocs! telephone company.
current message objected to
by the League la as follows:
Dangers of LSD
"1 he city exposed to a successful
LSD attack will cease to function.
1Y> inhabitants will be so bemused
wi'.'-> the odd things that are hap-
pening to them and their neigh-
bor that an aggressor force could
tajce over without substantial re-
- ce This frightening state-
ment, not the ranting of some irre-
possible alarmant is the conclu-
reached by Sidney Cohen,
oi ie UDiversity of Calif School
o; Medicine, after 10 years of stud
>. I>SD. The Communists recog-
I*SD as a powerful weapon of
< lest far more devastating
tl the Atomic Bomb. Dr Cohen
New York, Philadelphia. Chicago,
Detroit, Baltimore, Miami, Dal!...
Kansas City, Indianapolis, Wichita
Sacramento, and several cities in
, .. _. ,. u;j the Los Angeles area. Also in Deca
Richmond. Va.. listeners are asked anti-Sem. ism*J Jj .kind ,Ur. Bedford and Calumet City, III
to send 35c in coin to "LSD Con found m the long discred. ed Pro- Jacksonville_ SarasQta and {.,,
care of a P.O. box
tocols of the Elders of Zion." Oli-
sp.racy in care oi a f.o oox i ^ resigned {rom the Birch So.
number for further information. In! cjety shortly after, citing "changes
Summit. N.J., an additional mes- w|ucn have taken place internally
sage was tacked on to the USD one: m jne organization and in its pol-
"Don't forget to attend the din icies."
ner in honor of J. Strom Thur- According to newspaper ac-
mond. Republican from South Car- i counts. Welch "pressure" was be-
olina. at the Hotel Suburban. Sum- hind the resignation, and accord-
mit. N.J.. on Jan. 14." ing to an article in the October.
A Summit address is given 1966 issue of the Anti-Defamation
where tickets can be obtained and League's national publication. "It
the complete message ends, "This would seem that Welch had sacii
is your reporter. F. G. Ruhl. Ml), ficed his anti-Semitic protestor
AKNOLD fOKSUK
points out that an en?my agent
could carry enough 1.SD in a pock
et to immobilize a large city if the
drug was distributed equally.
"Placed in a water supply at a
central point, such as the purifica-
tion plant, a metropolis could sud-
denly become a city of fools total-
51 Drum Hill Dr.. Summit."
Massachusetts Broadcast
In Massachusetts, the LSD mes-
sage is being broadcast from a
home in Westfield. Mass. which
services the greater Springfield
area. The recorded voice is that of
Harold Beck, a member of the
John Birch Society. In addition to
the telephone message. Beck has
purchased time on WACE. Spring-
field radio, to broadcast the mes-
sage, expanded from its original
two minutes to five and giving
time for listeners to call in and
discuss the issue. The expansion
in a WACE broadcast on Jan 4
water, Fla.; Knoxville, Tenn.; Boul
der, Colo.; Port Arthur. Tex.; Lon-
Beach. Calif.; Brockton, Mass.
Nashua, N.H.; Southern Pines.
N.C.. and a dozen additional fran
chise applications pending.
Excerpts from "typical scripts"
used in the past include:
"America will soon be in a
position of hopeless military in-
feriority to the beast of Russia
because of deliberate disarma-
ment by traitors in the Johnson
Administration."
"Another fact ignored by the
press is that the Communist-linir.,
National Council of Churcht-
openly promoting bloodsh."
Forster said there are one or through armed revolution by \
more Let Freedom Ring stations in groes."
rather than risk more public em-
barrassment."
The League charged the Birch
Society with "contributing to anti-
Semitism" in a documented report
issued last February.
ly incapable of reason as to inva- consisted of "documentation" from;
sion or sabotage and not really car- Frank A. Cappell's book. "Herald
ing. In fact, the victims become so of Freedom." Capell is a Radical
confused with love of fellowman Right propagandist,
that thev may even welcome the
invaders. LSD produces temporary
or permanent insanity.
"Permanent brain damage may
result from one dose. It is so
potent that 2 lbs., evenly dis-
tributed, would produce insanity
for 8 hours in every man, woman
and child in the city of New
York or Los Angeles. Although
not manufactured in the United
States, large quantities of this
diabolical drug have been smug-
gled into the United States from
the Weixmann Institute In Israel.
This Institute is partially financ-
ed by your tax dollars."
In the message emanating from
Mr. Forster pointed out that
Revilo P. Oliver, one of the 11
men who helped Robert Welch
start the John Birch Society and
until last year a member of its
national council, made the LSD-
Israel charge last July at a Rad-
ical Right rally in Boston. At the
time, observes noted that the
U.S. Food and Drug Administra-
tion had indicated that most of
the LSD used in this country is
made here or smuggled in from
Europe.
Oliver's charge. Mr Forster said.
was part of a 65-minute speech
which talked about the conspiracy
of the Jews" and quoted classic
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Friday. January 20, 1967
-Jewisti Fhridlfrin
Page 9-A
Top Israeli Diplomat Due for Talks
tAACOV MORRIS
B-G Rapped For
Eshkol Criticism
Continued from Pago 1-A
our generation insult the Prime
Minister, personally, accusing
him of immorality and untruth-
fulness, said Dr. Goldmann,
"this mi'St do untold damage to
the imac-e of Israel in tha eyes
of lsr?e!i youth and of the? Jew-
ish people and the world at
large. I' will certainly not help
in developing the people of Is-
rael tc fce a chosen people."
Ho declared that criticism of
gOverniTM t by opposition parties
was natural in a democracy but
thai the '.rid of criticism he meant
took the form of individual insults
and pt i-uiial denigration under-
mining the morale of public life
with disastrous effects on Jewish
and n<>n Jewish public opinion out
side oi 1-iael. Dr. Goldmann end-
ed his statement with an outspoken
tribute Mr. Eshko'. which he
s.,id wis. alSto fjn behalf of the
WZO
Mr. P. n-C-urion was challenged
at the kibbutz meeting by members
of thi rovement who called him
i he man a ho initiated the split in
Mapai, a reference to Mr. Ben-
ign ion :<>rmation la^t year of the
nil Israel Workers Party
ther critic told him that
< i the state and
ar of liberation but we
*; noi agree you know ever)
thin.
the main reasons for
Mr Bet lurion's appearance was
Wi support for his renewed
<-i;| for a change in Israel's
1 (:" -> stem aimed at doing
'> the i sti ~ multiplicity
' I" tical p., eS
Yaacov Morris, permanent staff
member of the Israel Foreign Min-
istry, author and foreign corres-
pondent, will be guest speaker at
a series of Combined Jewish Ap-
peal fund-raising meetings sched-
uled for next week.
Morris, temporarily on loan
from the Israel Foreign Ministry
to the Jewish Agency Treasury,
was Israel Consul in New York
from 1957 to 1961.
Morris is an authority on the
problems of Israel's immigrants.
Born and educated in Belfast, in
Northern Ireland, he was active
in the Pioneer Zionist Youth
Movement in England, and in
1946 joined the Political Depart-
ment of the Jewish Agency for
Palestine in London.
In 1946 and 1947. he was an or-
ganizer of immigrant rescue oper
at ions for pre-Israel Palestine, he
operated out of France, then made
his own way into Israel on the eve
of the War for Independence.
He served in the Haganah, Is-
rael's defense army, and after the
war spent two years in Kibbutz
Yasur in Western Galilee. There-
after, until 1954. he acted as head
of the section for English-speak
ing countries of the Youth and
Hechalutz Department of the Jew-
ish Agency, which administers im-
migrant absorption programs in Is-
rael with L'JA funds. During that
time, he was also correspondent
for British. American and Israeli
newspapers and journals.
JHA Auxiliary
Patron Luncheon
Patron luncheon, sponsored by
the Greater Miami Women's Aux-
iliary. Jewish Home for the A
was held Tuesday noon in the
main dining room of the Imperial
House Hostesses for the affair
were Mrs. Jacob Entine and Mis
Max Altschuller Mrs. Jack Ablin
was in charge of arrangements.
Mrs. Sol Silverman, life honor-
ary president, and auxiliary build
ing fund chairman, invited all
patrons who contributed S100 or
more to the SI 1.000 Hubbard Tank
project to attend the gala.
Mrs. Louis Makovsky. program
chairman, presented Mrs. I. M
Weinstein. who rev'<"">H The
Fixer." by Bernard Malamud.
In 1961, Morris' bestseller.
Masters of the Desert 6.000,
Years in the Negev." was publish-
ed in New York.
He is also the author of three
OtlMr works. The last publication
deals with American settlers in
Israel.
The Combined Jewish Appeal
meetings at which Morris will
speak include Point View North
Apartments Sunday morning.
Jan. 22; (MA Jewelry section meet-
ing. Wednesday. Jan. 25. 7:30 p.m.:
Pioneer Women's luncheon at the
Barcelona Hotel and an afternoon '
cocktail party at the Imperial
House. Thursday, Jan. 26: Federa-
tion of Jewish Women's meeting
and Temple Menorah gathering,
Friday, Jan. 27.
Morris will also be guest speaker
at a Combined Jewish Appeal
gathering of Imperial House resi-i
dents on Wednesday at 5 p.m. The
meeting will be held in the Im-
perial House Lounge.
Jacob M. Arvey. Sam Blank,
and Carl Weinkle. co-chairmen of
the Imperial House CJA campaign.
said that this is the fifth consecu-
tive year in which Imperial House
residents have gathered together
to indicate their support of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and the Combined Jewish Appeal.
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*Jen1st FtcrkMair
Friday. January 20, 1967
Jerusalem
Defense Is
I5ig Worry
Continued from Page 1-A
Discussing the problems oi got
. |] ol Israel, Kollek
dared thai urban renewal is
ore complicated in Jerusalem
;m in New \ oi k or an> other
nerican city because buildings
great antiquity must be pte
rved while the need for modern
rnsing constantly on the in-
u in his c
it iv twice as expensive to pre
rve the facade and atmosphere
an historic building or neigh
irhood than n would be to raze
! whole thing, but he feels that
wouM be a criminal act to de-
oj such antiquity, he .aid.
Questioned on his accomplish
nt^ now that he has completed
! year of bis term. Mayor Kollek
id, "The cit) is a little cleaner.
have built some of what you
\eu York call vest-pocket parks
id playgrounds, we have put up
" ooo homes m the la.-t few years,
id we have achieved closer rela-
>ns to the people than previous!)
isted and we do not wail till
c last ie\ months before election
go out and meet the people."
Once a month he holds an open
eeting with every citizen who
shes to attend and ask questions.
Among the current projects in
. erusalem of the UJA's Israel
Education Fund, he said, the
Denmark School will open in
968 with, hopefully, the Danish
- oyal family in attendance. The
: chool is named for the Danes
*ho succeeded in saving the
ves of their entire Jewish pop-
ulation during the Hitler terror.
\ feature of Jerusalem's cultural
h e will be the opening, on afar
% ol the third international Book
ir bringing publishers from all
er the world. An added attrac-
in will be the presence oi Is-
I Nobel Prizewinner. Shmuel
set Agnon
Kollek. answering questions, said
.u ciime exists in Jerusalem, but
t an an alarming rate mainly
efts and juveniles who steal cars
ing'S ride
le also stated that the "mission-
. problem" was not as meat as
ha- been described, but never
>less, '< people w ho have lost
MiiHMK) Jews, ever) Jew lost to
ither religion is ;> Jew lost
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'father of Atomic Theory'
Democritus lather of the
At nine Theory." wiB be the topic
oi a lecture bj Dr Abraham Wolf
l i befon tin' Spinoxe Forum for
A iult Education on Thursday 10
.-1 i ii the auditorium of Wash
on Federal, 12.14 Washington
Noted Scientist to Address Miamians
At Weizmann Institute Luncheon Here
Off. WAITER ROSENBlfTH
Leaders Named
To be at Helm
Of Committee
Twelve civic and business lead-
en vvill head the Intercollegiate
Music Festival's executive civic
committee during 196*7
Charles Schlakman. general
manager of the Algiers Hotel, will
serve as the committee's general
chairman
Carner Bank of Miami Beach
president. Stephen Carner, will
head the Festivals operations com-
mittee
Aaron Farr, operator of Four
Star Tours and Miami Heach Cham-
ber of Commerce president, will
serve BS head of the ticket commit-
tee
Contestants committee chairman
will he Bernie Resnick, general
manager of the Monte Carlo Ho-
tel
Phil and Evelyn Spitalny will
coordinate the IMF scholarship
committee activities.
Publicity for me event will be
handled bj a committee headed by
Penny Morgan. Mitchell Potter
serves as chairman of the judL-es
and VIP committee. Allen Free
man will supervise all balloting
Rehearsals and clinics will be
supenised by WMRM personality
Alan Rock. Jacques Donnet will
head the production committee
Paul Steinberg will serve as head
of the auditorium committee.
Dr, Walter A Rosenblith. pro
fessor in the field of communica-
tions in Biophysics at MIT, will
be guest of the Weizmann Insti
tute of Science in Miami-the week
end of .Ian 19 to 22.
Sidney lv Ansin, president of
Sunbeam Television Corp., will be
host to community leaders to meet
with Dr. Rosenblith at a buffet
lunch on Thursday, Jan. 19. in the
Board Room at Ch. 7.
For 15 years a member of the
staff of M.I.T., Dr. Rosenblith is
an expert in brain function,
sensory communication, hearing,
science technology and society,
with emphasis on engineering
and living systems.
Recently. Dr Rosenblith was
Weizmann Lecturer and took part
i in a scientific survey mission of
the Institute in Israel Having par-
ticipated in the Tata Institute in
Bombay, at Harvard University
Temple Ladies
Hear Dr. Freehof
Temple Israel Sisterhood pie
sented Dr. Solomon B Freehof.
scholar in residence, at its Jan 18
leral luncheon meeting at noon
in the Wolfson Auditorium.
Dr. Freehof will review "The
Gates of the Forest.' l>v Elie Wie
sol
Dr. Freehof reviewed "The
eritUS of Temple Rodef Shalom.
Pittsburgh, this year. He has been
in the rabbinate for 50 years
A past president of the Central
Conference ol American Rabbis.
Dr. Freehof was the first American
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Mortal board of governors of the
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Harry II Frankel. of Seacoast
Towers East.
Frankel. an economist, is a mem
biophysics program, and as visit- ber of the board of director 0
Ing professor in Berlin. Dr. Ros the United Jewish Appeal of New
enblith will discuss the impact of vOI% and a Kvernor of bonds for
the work done at the Weizmann
Institute* as compared with that
in other major scientific and edu-
cational institutions
In extending an invitation to
Creator Miami industrial and pro
fesslonal leaders. Ansin noted that
the "Wei/mann Institute is today
considered one of the worlds lead-
ing research institutions and not
only docs a gnat deal of work
in cooperation with our govern-
ment, but its many scientific ac-
complishments are now recognised
to be of international importance."
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Left to right are Walter S. Falk, Ronald Lipton, and Louis F.
Snetman, co-chairmen of CJA's Finance Division, as they meet
to organize and distribute responsibility to the soliciting work-
ers in the division.
Falk1, Lipton, Snetman Named to Co-Chair
Finance Division of '67 Combined Appeal
Walter s Falk, Ronald Upton,, of South Florida, a member of
I outs I' Snetman have accept
a chaii menship <>f the I'm
Divis "! for the 1!H>7 Coin-
wish Appeal campaign.
The tiii'-.' men ill be jointlj re
sponsil le foi five divisions in 1 he
Division Banks and
Savings and Loan Associations;
Mortgages, Small Loans and Com-
mercial Finance; stock Brokers;
I ife Insurance; and General In-
Etirance.
Falk, president of the Metro-
politan Mortgage Co., is a past
president of the Oade County
Mortgage Brokers Association.
Me is regional director of the
Florida Association of Mortgage
Brokers and a member of its
legislative committee.
the National Society of Savings and
Loan Controllers, and a member
of the Florida Su\i:il;s and Loan
League's resolutions committee.
ll- serves on the trends and ceo
nomic policies committee of the
United States Savings and Loan
League, and is .1 member of the
Savings Institutions Marketing So
eietj of America.
Louis F. Snetman, president
of the Aoex Loan Corporation,
also serves as a member of the
board of governors of the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation.
Snetman was co-chairman of the
Finance Division in 1965 and
I960.
A member of the board of uov-
nnors of the Greater Miami .lew
sh Federation, Falk serves on the
rd ol directors ,f the Jewish ?' Presiden of 1,m>>1(' Beth sho
lb and Children's Service, a '
Federation beneficiary agency. In 196d. the Finance Division ol
Falk is a past master of the Hi- ,,K' Combined .icw;sh Appeal rais
biscus Lodge, a member of the ed over SI38.000 toward the l'ltiii
Elks, and a member of the Scottish camP*'gn-
and Main Shrine lie also
1 on the board of directors
Beth David Congregation.
Ronald Lipton, director, execu-
tive vice president, and managing
ficer ol the Dadc Federal Sav-
!d Loan Association ol Mi-
ami, has been active with tbe CJA
'l years From l ''"' Lipton served as an associ-
'" d co chairman of the Banks
.'.nd Savings and Loan Division 1
N : rector ol the Greater Miami
Philharmonic Society, Lipton [j
secretarj of the Economic Society
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who saved many .lews during the
Nazi occupation of the Nether-
lands by arranging to pay off the
mortgage on the couples home
here and providing them with a
lifetime SlOO-a-monlh pension.
The couple. Mr and Mrs. Henry
Hulstcin. migrated to Canada after
the war. Hulstcin. now 63, has
been unable to work since he was
liberated from a Nazi concentra-
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for his efforts in the Dutch under-
ground and in saving the lives of
countless Jewish refugees,
For two years during the war,
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doorf, Holland, was a transfer
point for Jewish refugees en
route to hiding places and for
resistance fighters sought by
the Nazis. One of the couple's
first actions after joining the
resistance movement in 1943
was to adopt a Jewish infant and
pass him off as one of their own
children until the end of the
war.
At one point, the entire Hulstein
family was held at gunpoint dur-
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and threatened with death unless
they revealed information about
hidinc places of Jews and identi
ties of resistance workers
The Hulstcins revealed nothing,
but the Gestapo eventually sue
cceded in capturing 50 of the re-
sistance workers who were sent to
concentration camps alom; with
Mr. Hulstein He was released two
months later
In ceremonies here. Bill Sim
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the Hulsteins with the cooperati
of the Canadian Jewish Congress,
tore up the paid off mort^aye a
announced the Kift of the pensi
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d
ions
s.
ervices
ETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
servative Rahh Sol Landau. Cantor
w.iliam W. LiDton.
Km!.*> v l"> p.in (lueal speaker, Prof.
Samuel -I
,\k n A I ; I \. I ; It/. Ri
i !. Sandi .i. daugn-
Mi u w lllam l.i-h
i i .i i i"h.- Toi ah
i '.;.i Mltzva h Robi:'. k >n
Uardne

ETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rahbi Solomon Sch'tt.
Prida] I H. i da 11:30 a m.
B< i..... ii" Song M ses M.11 -
;. 111.
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BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
p i Hal urd l) I .i.in Bet
'Sing .i Hong
ETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Snapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben-Ari.
.... 8 13 p.n Mi and Mrs Murray
M sun..11 will hoai ;i" Oneg Shabtial
\ of ill- i' r,>-
n > "When W II
i Vlel Nam?" S:13
i m Then M..-. Sang
-----
IETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13630 W. Dixie Hw>. Conservative.
Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Sey-
mour Hinkes.
i > 8 IS p m Sermon: "A Happy
Future." Baa Mitsvah I'hyll -. di
t. of Mr. and Mr* l '> nai i i -i < 11 -
Ka : i da) i .. in > i in..ii
"Pol tlon "f ihe U I,

BETH SOLOMON. 50 NW 51ft PI.
Conservative. Rabbi Aaron Feier.
iy ", i.". and :13 p.m .-< rmon
status .,r Jewish Womanhood Oneg
sh.ii.li.i: sponsored by Jmk and Bet-
ma Green Sal u lay 9 a.m Sermon
portion of th, Week Mlncha '.:"
p. in
---- ----
ETH TFILAM 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
ETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer.
Friday SO ind IE p.m Sennrn:
"The Role ol the Jewish Women In
ai i>:. of Mmi and Masculine P sh-
t U Slsterb.....I Sal
to the Mollle Kahaner SJa-
...I of Beth Torah, will In ..:
n>;- from Mrs U.....rman,
mi Satui
Bar Mitsvari Ringer, son of Mr
i. .i Mr.- John London Mlncha 5 p m
CANDLELIGHTfNG TIME
9 Shevat 5:35 p.m.
, i. ransn
This page ii piepaied in ce-
oferauon U'lfh tne Greater Mi-
a*ni Rabbinical Ax^cution.
Coordinator of features ap-
[ef.<:g here it
DR MAX LIPSCHITZ
.tpirititdl leader of Beth Torah
C. r.gregatii n of North Miami
Beach.
t Mitsvah Edward, son ol Mrs
Ann I
>
3-NAi RAPHAEL 1401 NW 1J3rd Si
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richte>
Cantor Jack Lerner.
! i .ii>-
.< i h Rabl R Ii htei w II give a his -
resumi ol i ha* i l i- mush and
i.. m r win chani > Ii ciIims
commemorating the S:ibbath <>i
Sonar." Saturdaj y 13 .i m Sermon:
\ Sermon of Song." Bar Mitsvah
son ..f Mrs. Phyllis Oarbei
'... ". p.m.
- ----
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
OF MIAMI. 1848 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Dov Rozencweig.

HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross.
Prida) r j -n Saturday I i in
Mlncha S:30 p.m.

SRAELITE Ll.'.'TER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L
Drazm. Cantor William B. Nussen.
sen.
Friday .Vl.l ami vl.i |> m Sermon:
'How Many? Gaging tne Success of
Religion." Oneg Snabbal hosted bj
i'. Stein Sisterhood. Efcturda) II
a.m
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JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1632 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel.
Prida) 1:30 p.m Saturdaj SO m
.- ini.ii. "When Israel Sines."
KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Self.
Prida; Oneg Shabbat B 10 p.m .-.-it.
. in Bern ion Sabbath
..f Song."
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LUBAVITCHER M.NYAN. BOO Wash
ington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abra-
ham Korf. Cantor Ernest Field.
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MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Modern traditional. Max
W. Temchin. president. Cantor Louis
Cohen
, Pi
OHEV SHALOM. t11 Normandy Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man.
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SEPHARDIC JEW.SH CENTER. 645
Co'lms Ave. Rev Cantor Sadi Nan i
mias.
I i. Vflm ha p in Sa
-i ii, Sermon "The Bread ol Heaven
------
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE lg151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
E. Caplan.
Pi di .mil 8 13 |. in Sermon. "A
Musical People." Hosts, Mr and Mrs
:..,. Klin. Saturday H a.m. b*r-
ni..i. "\ Moment of Spiritual Betas)
Kildush, Mi and Mrs Max Hi
... : ;. V in. ha SO p in

TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con
servative. 1025 NE 1P3rd St.. Miami
burdens Rd. Rabbi Milton Schlinaky.
Cantor MaW.ce Neu.
8 IS p.m Sermon "A Small
.i. ., ,.._ !*t obletit." Satu
i; u .11 ,.\ .iii Gury. son i I
Stuart Hersfeld. Mil
; in.

TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 S. Kendall
Jr.. So. Micmi. Heform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumg.ird. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
Prida) 8 SO p.m Rabbi Baumgard will
review "You Shall Be aa Uous," i.\
.....roiiuii, |i*>ciioanaiyat. Saturaaj
II a.m. Baa Mitsvah: Lauren,
aaughter ol Mi and Mrs. Wtliiani
_
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 13S1 S. 14th Ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel JaMe.
I 11 la B:i; u in I >r Jaffe w ill ill
Biood Libel, Pact and Fiction.' Sat-
uni.u i] .i.m i;,ti Mitsvah Harold,
son ..i Mi and Mrs Herbert M .
Wi.ni.s.i.
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PW.PIT
Youth Shouldn't
B& Denied Access
To Their Heritage
SO p in Saturdaj I m
HEBREW LESSON
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Youth Synagogue
A Youns Israel synagocue was'
opened in one of the beautiful halls
cf the "Kings Hotel' in Jerusalem.
This is a new type of synagogue.
This is a place of prayer for
youth only. The participants, can
tors, officers and all in charge, are
young boy* of school age.
"The idea is not a new one," ex- ]
plained to me one of the officers. >
"It is only now that it came into
realization." The organizers have
this purpose: a) to draw the youth
|0 synagogue; b) have the youth j
-ijn1? rip?? JV3.
t : t t v v :
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,*yp 133 mn f^1?"
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T T T ^ T
tn?t>g .-t^dv pi ^sris1?
participate in the prayers and train
young cantors; c) to organize a
youth group based on a synagogue,
the idea of which they have in
common.
Indeed, forthis synagogue come
youth a few tunes a week to listen
to lectures and enjoy themselves
together Each week the officers
decide on the cantor for the com-
ing Sabbath.
The young cantors, generally
speaking, have good voices. Actu-
ally, this is a school for cantors
of the future.
(Published by Brith Ivrittt Olamith)
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL. 1 545 i
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Cantor '
Saul H. Breeh.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Er-
nest Steiner.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chas.
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kromsn '
Cantor Oavld Conviser.
Friday VI.'. p.m. <;u<-st speaker. Ron-1
.l.i --..n ,.l K.ililii and Mrs. Kr.i.i-li
Topic: "The Meaning of Israel to Mi
;,s .i Spiritual Canter." Saturday 10:45
.i.m. i.ar Mitsvah: Leslie, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs Leon Ungsr,

TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8tn
St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Kr ,la> K:18 p.m. <'lts-rvance of Na-
,. Women's League Sabbath.

TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 16800 N v\
22nd Ave. Conservative. Cantor
Abraham Reiseman.
Knda> B:M p.m. sriiion: "Portion of
the \n k Sisterhood will host thai
Lines Shabbat Saturda) S U a.m.1
Junior congreataiion "ill conduct
>. r\ I* > .^
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman Cantor Zvi Adler
PTlda) I :i' p.m. Pulpit guest. Dr.
.Max Aral, vlc< chancellor, Jewish
Theoloi .ii Seminar) ..i Amerli
roaj .. n. >! mi.n w. ekl)
Portion "f th.- Bible." Bar Mltsvsh
Steven, son of Mr and Mrs Lennts
.ii
----- ,-----
TtMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER ML
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Raboi
jo. -rh R. Narot.
l-'i i.l.,> v l'. ]. in Sermon Religious
r ...I..in Comes to Spain."
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TEMPLE JUDEA. 5500 Granada Blvd.
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morns Kip-
per.
PHdaj B IS p.m Discussion Sabbath.
Topic: "The Crisis In Sexual Moral-
It) Panelists, Father HukIi Clear,
Rev Samuel Houck, Rabbi Robert r.
Frasln, ii.il.in Kipper, moderator
-
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 7oth St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman.
----------
TEMPLE NER TAMIO. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
Friday 1:11 p.m. Saturday s 4". a in
knesthe beth torah (new)
Friday .", .in p.m, Saturila> 8:10 am.
---- ----
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW 18th St., Miami. Rabbi
Ralph Gliiman. Cantor Herman
Marchbein.
Friday f:U \< m Saturday s:f.\ a.m.
liar Mitivah: John, son of Mrs. An-
ni-tt.- Kaufman.
---- ----
TEMPLE SHULUM. 132 SW 11th Ave..
Pompano Beach. Conservative. Rab-
bi Morris A. Skop. Cantor Lton
Segal.
----------
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH OADE
18801 NE 22nd Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Marius Ranson. Cantor Chet Gale.
Friday s 1.'. p.m. at Washington Fed-
eral, (M NB 167th st Sermon
Who.-.. Coil || I>-ad?"
e -----
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. S1 E.
4th Ave., Hlaleah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
Prida) v is pin Sermon "The Sym-
phony "f On- Gavel of Friendship."
Oneg Shabbat hosted by Hlaleah -
Miami Springs Jewish War Veterans
Auxiliaiy Pont HK1. Saturla\ I' a.m. i
------a------
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zsmora Ava
Conservstive. Rabbi Maxwell *r
*r. Csntor Ben Oickson.
Prida) IS p.m (Sermon "Does Pray-
er Help." Saturda) 8 W :, m Bermon:
"Portion ,,f the W. k
----- _
TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Alfred Wasman.
PrM ) 8>:l1i p.m Bermon: "Dialogue,
Th.- Importance of Being Different.
Saturday :M a m itar Mitsvah
Steven, son <.f Mi ana Mrs Roben
Bodkin
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Henry
Wernick.
Prida) B:18 pm Bermon: "Tinted
Just.. Sisterhood will host th*
ini* Shabbat Saturday 9 a m Ser-
mon: "Portion of the Weak Bai
Mitsvah: Rli-hard, son of Mr anil
Arnold Coleman.
------e-----
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. M0 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Sherwin Stauber. Cantor
Pincus Aloof.
-----
YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
1542-44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Nat-
tali Porush.
By RABBI RICHARD LEVITON
Temple Emanu-EI, Ft. Lauderdale
In this week's Torah portion.
"BO," Moses and Aaron once again
present themselves before Pharaoh
and at God's di-
rection threaten
him with the
placue of lo-
custs if he
should refuse
to allow the
Hebrew people
to go and serve
God. Pharaoh is
almost persuad-
ed to allow this.
but then asks
Moses and Aar-
on: "Go, serve
the Lord your
God; but who
are they that
shall go?"
And Moses said: We will go
with our young and with our old.
with our sons and with our daugh-
ters, with our flocks and with our
herds we will go; for we must hold I
a feast unto the Lord."
This response was not acceptable |
to Pharaoh, who was willing to I
let go the adult males only. This
attitude of Pharaoh to permit only I
the men to leave is typical of the I
policies of many of Israel's bistor-'
ical oppressors. The great histor-!
obfci tevffea
ian Lecky explains that :^pan sh
priests lashed the Portuguese into
fury, and the king was pe-suda Ii d
to issue an edict which threw even
that of Isabella into the hade. Ml
the adult Jews were banished fi
Portugal; but first of all their chil-
dren below the ace of fourteen
were taken from them t be edu-
cated as Christians'"
Dr. Hertz comments that "in our
own day. the Soviet rulers extend
considerable religious freedom Ic
adults; religious instruction to
children, however, is rigorously
suppressed." It is wonderful to
reflect upon the basic instincts and
wisdom of MOSCs and Aaron when
they said: "We will go with our
young and our old." It is indtfd
with our young as our old that
the future of Judaism depends.
Should our youth be denied the
Jewish education they need tc
perpetuate Judaism, we may i \
pect the eventual withering away
of our millenia old tradition
Should our elders relinquish truir
responsibilities in maintaining ur
religious institutions ar.d set
excellent personal examples for
our young, they will fail to live
up to the noble teachings of Judaism I' must ht
remembered that Judaism is for
the whole man and for all I
the young and the old
fXfiibeinicctl television rr
roqrarrts
d
Jan. 22 Ch. 10. 11 am.. "The Jewish Worsh p Hoi
Dr. Max A. Lipschitz, Rabbi. Beth Torah Congrega
Jan. 22 Ch 7. 10 p.m.. "The Still Small Voice"
Host: Dr. Joseph R Narot. Rabbi. Temple Isi
Miami
Guest: Rabbi Solomon Freehof
Discussion: "Martin Buber One cf the G:
Jewish Personalities"
Jan. 24 Ch. 2. 9:30 p.m.. "Man to Man"
Topic: "Church and State"
Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Participants: Dr. Max A Lipschitz. Rabbi. Beth Torah
Congregation; Dr. Conrad Willard. Central Bai
tist Church; Fr. Donald Connolly. Holy Fan
Catholic Church
Dr. Leo Pfeffer, professor of constitutional law at
Long Island University, and a noted authori'y
on matters of church and state, will be tonight's
special guest.
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SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION BESHALLAH
The waters of the Red Sea divide to make a path for the
Israelites.
"And the children of Israel went into the midst of the sea
upon the dry ground; and the waters were a wall unto them <>"
their right hand, and on their left" (Exod. 14. 22).
BESHALLAH Fearful of the hostile tribes the Is..... Ite
might encounter on the direct route to Canaan through the land
of the Philistines. God sent the newly-freed slaves by v r
the desert near the Red Sea. As they journeyed, they were
by a pillar of cloud by day and a pillar of fire by nighl
Israelites had left Egypt presumably to worship their God in
the desert.
When Pharaoh learned that the children of Israel would nol
return to Egypt, he pursued them to the banks of the R-!
at the head of an army of chosen troops. But a miracle occurred
the children of Israel were able to pass between the waves of the
Red Sea that divided before them and stood upright like columns
The Egyptian hosts, plunging into the Red Sea after theoi
all drowned.
At this sight, the children of Israel sang a song ol
to God. On their journey through the dessert, the chi!'
Israel were sustained by manna from heaven; water lasts
a rock for them at the bidding of God. The Amalekitcs die battle
with the Israelites, but were defeated by Joshua the son of Nun,
and his men.
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is a*-
traded and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish
Horitato" edited by P. Wollmait-Tsamir, $1i Poblither i*
Sbenootd, and the volume is available at 27 William S*.. New
York $, N.Y. President of the society attributing the volume
is Joseph Schlang.


Friday, January 20. 1967
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Abraham J. Gittelscn, education director, and Dr. Max A.
Lipsch iz, rabbi cf Beth Torah Congregation, congratulate Mrs.
Sidne-- Kay when she was honored by the Bureau of Jewish
Educe-.en for over ten years of service to Beth Torah at the
|recer.'. Bureau annual dinner at the Diplomat Hotel.
Hot Syria Border
Still War Threat
Max Rappaport
Pioneer Miamian,
Dies at Age 79
MHU DEATHS SEC. B
A Darte County resident for 41
years, and one of the founder of
the first Orthodox synagogues in
Miami, died here on Wednesday,
Ian. 11
He was Max Rappaport. of 1011
S\V 25th Ave.. who passed away at
the age of 79.
Mr. Rappaport came hsre from
New York City. A retired mer-
chant, he was former president
of Beth El Synagogue, and a
member of the Hebrew Free
Loan Society.
H" was also a member of the
Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith and
the Odd Fellows
Survivors include his wife, Bes-
sie: a son, Oscar; two daughters.
Mi- Gertrude Warshav. and Mrs.
Charlotte Polk, all of Miami: five
grandchildren; arid two great
grandchildren.
Services were Friday at Gordon
Funeral Home.
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,hoo ^t, only two Israelis were
Injurtr one seriously.
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I Nacons Truce Super
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son i i > niation on
of quiet to the tense
ii Hull '.vent to Damas
a conference with Abba
Israeli Foreign Minister,
in the IN official to
Israel had taken de-
asun .:i response to
attacks,
Israi ent to the UN Security
Couiu-i i New York three notes
dm;:.- week over the expand-
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The fi;-" letter lists 19 examples
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10 and .'an. 8. which were describ-
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Syrian i.ael armistice agreement
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the S> ;i Government last June 8.
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Today's Thought:
By PR. SAMUEL SILVER
An Atlanta Attorney Was Once Buried Alive
HAVE YOU EVER heard of a
:n;m befog buried alive and
then living to tell the tale?
There is sueh a man. and we
now know not only about that gris-
ly experience, but how he survived
death camps and saved thousands
of Jewish lives in a unique rab-
binical role
To start at the end. the reexravated man I'm
talking about is now a lawyer in Atlanta. Ga. His
name is l.eon S. Rozen. and he has written up his
wartime experiences in an exetting volume called
cry in the Wilderness
A Pole. Mr. Ro/en's story is about danger and
anguish, but it lifts you to a new realization of
how heroism often counteracts horror.
After Hitler smote Poland, exiles from that
country- poured into Russia and created the PAF.
the Polish Armed Forces to fight against the Nazis
Mr. Rozen. a rabbi, underwent torment from
Germans and Russians. Rut at one stage of the game.
Our film Folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
Alan Arkin:
Flash in the Pan
Hollywood
ALAN arkin, who made his screen
debut as the timorous leader of a
R isflan landing party in Norman Jew
i mi's The Russians are Coming, Th"
R isstans are Coming." now turns from
reluctant hero into a reluctant lover
in Joseph E I.cvine's Woman Times
Seven," in which he depicts a despond-
, t young man who comically contemplates a double
suicide wuh hi- sweetheart, the luscious Miss Shirlej
MacLaine
The new screen corned} Is currently before the cam-
i i- m Pans with Vittorio De Sica directing the English'
oage film for producer Arthur Colin, from a screen-
l> Caesare Zavatini, plus co-stars Michael Caine,
orio Gassman, Peter Sellers and Anita Ekberg, Ros-
Brazil, Elsa Martinelli and Robert Morley.
The young Alan Arkin, who rose to worldwide star-
after only one screen appearance and now finds
h nsell at the head of an international cast under the
Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
W. Berlin Jews
yHERE are about 6.000 Jews
in West Berlin, and thej eon
stitute the largest Jewish com
munit) in West Germany In East
Berlin, on the other side ol the
lin Wall, there are about 850
at ii the) constitute the larg-
est Jewish community in the part
I of Germany ruled bj the Commu-
nists vvnue in West Berlin there are aixnit 500
Jewish children up to the age of 15, attending
Jewish schools and kindergartens, there are In East
Berlin no more than 14 Jewish children, from
infants till the age of 20.
This gives a picture of the poverty of Jewish
life in the Communist part of Berlin as compared
with the life of the Jews in West Berlin In West
Berlin, you find four synagogues, a Talmud Torah.
a modern home for the aged maintained by the
Jewish community. Jewish courses for young and
adults, a community library where one finds books
in Hebrew and Yiddish and newspapers from Israel,
and other Jewish institutions indicating growth of
Jewish life.
In Communist East Berlin, there is only one
synagogue which is closed most of the weekdays,
and where services take place only on Saturday-,
and holidays. The rebuilding of Jewish communal
life was made possible mostly through reparations
paid by the West Germany municipality to the Jew
ish community. No such reparations have been paid
to Jews by the Communist regime in Fast Germany:
however, the government there maintains the Fast
Berlin synagogue and all the Jewish cemeteries
in East Germany
It also maintains a traveling rabbi for the 850
Jews in East Berlin and the other 700 Jews scat
tered throughout Fast Germany, about 100 of them
in Leipzig the second "largest" Jewish community
in East Germany The Weisensee .lewish cemetery
the community's cemetery in Berlin before the
Nazi era is situated on the Communist side of the
Berlin Wall. For many years after erection of the
wall, it was the practice that when a Jew died in
West Berlin, his body was escorted by his family
and friends only till the Wall.
There, at check point, the body was handed over
to the Communist authorities for burial at the Wela
en see cemetery, with none of the relatives from
West Berlin permitted to cross the Wall into East
Berlin. Recently, the Jewish community of West
Berlin getting nowhere in negotiations with the
East Berlin authorities to permit close relatives to
escort their dead to the grave established its
own cemetery' in West Berlin.
I visited the Weisensee cemetery in East Berlin
now and found the graves very much neglected,
although the cemetery is being taken care of by the
East Berlin municipality
direction of one of the greatest film makers of our day.
is a dark haired, sleepy eyed actor, writer, improv isational
comedian, composer, folk singer and guitarist, seemingly
himself surprised and confused by the sudden SUCCeSS
Described by some as the American Peter Sellers,"
the now 32-year-old Alan is the product of New York's
Lowi r Fast Side When he was eleven, his family moved
to I.os Angeles, where he studied at City College and
LOS Angeles State College. Moving back Fast, he majored
in drama at Bennington. Vt. A group of entertainers.
"The Terriers," heard him sing and play the guitar and
took him with them on a tour to Europe, where he wrote
the folk songs for their performances and also chimed
in with his own voice
Prom Paris, he returned to the States and joined a
stock company at Crystal Lake Lodge in the Adirondacks
directed by Howard Da Silva and Morris Carnovsky. Dur-
ing 19.~>!. theater and television jobs were scarce, but
finally Arkin got a part in an off-Broadway production of
"Heloise." which ran for eight months. During this period
he recorded his first two children's folk music IP records
for Vanguard When the show closed. Alan took odd
jobs as a folk Singer, wrote short stones and continued
making the rounds seeking work in the theater "1 tried a
series of office jobs, too," he recalls, "but with all of them
I'd lasl about one-and-a-half hours
Later in 1959. Arkin joined the improvisational Com-
pass Theater" under the direction of David Shepard and
went to St. Louis for the summer Pounding the pavements
Ol New York and Chicago, he finally signed with the
"Second City." an improvisational theater that was be-
ginning to attract national attention He remained in Chi
i for nine months and also directed a play, "The
; P and played the lead in an improvised ja7/
musical In the fall of 1961, Arkin made his Broadway
ui w ben the Second City" production opened in New
York as From the Second City At that time. Alan also
worked m television and appeared oil Lioadwav in "Man
(nit Loud," for which he wrote the background music in
addition to his stage performance
The following year. David Susskind's "Open End"
program featured an "improvised marathon" of "From
the Second City," which netted Arkin good notices and
considerable attention from the public and producers.
His big break came in March of 1963, when he opened
in "Enter Laughing" portraying the part of author Carl
Reiner in the autobiographical comedy "Enter Laughing"
catapulted Arkin into the limelight and brought him to-
gether with his wife, actress Barbara Dana, a brown-
haired souffle of a girl who played the ingenue in the
show. Proving he was no flash inthe pan, he scored an
even greater success in "Luv." in which he more than held
Ins own with two of the theater's finest performers. Eli
Wallace and Anne Jackson The play, by Murray Schisgal.
which meanwhile has been transposed into a motion
picture, was directed by Mike Nichols who was to become
a giant of Broadway and Hollywood.
he rose to the rank of Jewish chaplain of the PAF
In that capacity, he ministered to many Jewish men.
He also encountered the full force of Polish anti-
Semitism, and sought to protect his people from it,
even going so far as to cooperate with Christians
to provide Jews with "baptismal certificates."
What Jewish chaplain can match that? And it
worried Chaplain Ro7cn as to whether or not getting
fake evidence that his people were Christians was
not in violation of Jewish law. Of course, it wasn't.
Rozen proposed to the Polish exiles the forma-
tion of a Jewish legion within their group. But anti-
Semitism was too strong for that idea to be accepted.
Mr. Rozen, now the possessor of a doctorate in
jurisprudence, tells a story infintely more pulviting
than anything you can see on television. He dedi-
cates his book to the American Jewish Chaplaincy
which recently observed its centenary But for sav-
ing so many lives and for upholding the banner of
human dignity under ghoulish circumstances. Mr
Rozen deserves our salute
45 We Were Spying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Ecumenical Flaw
^THE NEW CHAIRMAN
By:
of the
board of the Religious Educa-
tion Association Is the distinguish-
ed Catholic publisher. Philip Schar-
per. editor-in-chief of Sliced and
Ward. In the course of the session
here referred to, be took pains to
deplore the assumption that the
.lews have no valid history after
the destruction of Jerusalem Even more to bis
credit, he brought out for discussion and criticism
some of the defects in the Vatican Council's highly
controversial declaration regarding the Jews He
noted that In that statement "there seems to be a
muted, but nonetheless significant theme the It
gestlon that, in the religious history of western man.
the Jew is to l>e found as an obdurate fact, who has
either with characteristic perverseness refused to
die to corroborate our theologj of the Jews, or who
endures indeed, but only to serve as a reminder to
us oi God's traciousness in inviting us into the
h luaehold ol the Christian faith."
Looking about us now in every lai |e Amerfc
community to see how Jew ish Christian dialogue is
going, we can find obvious gains, but the sharp
disappointment persists over the final 1965 decision
of Church authorities pointedly to deal with the
"Christ-killer" charge. (Had Pope John lived to have
his way. and had Cardinal Bea and other Church
stalwarts been able to hold off Arab church poli-
ticians and other influential reactionaries at the
Vatican Council sessions, the text suggested in 1964
would not have been abandoned. That 1964 pro
nouncement read: "May they (all) never present
the Jewish people as one rejected, cursed, or guilty
of dcicide." But by the time the blue pencils had
gone through it in 1965, it read: "Although the
Church is the new people of God, the Jews should
not be presented as rejected or accursed by God,
as if this follows from the Holy Scriptures.")
MAX LERNER
Defense Dep't. Challenged on Viet Nam
THE HARRISON SALISBURY at
from Hanoi to the Times are


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more
than just another set of war dispatches.
They challenge the credibility of what
the Defense Department is telling the
American people about a major part of
its war effort the bombing in North
Viet Nam. After earlier denials the
Pentagon now agrees that American
bombs had struck civilians by accident in attacks aimed
at military targets. As former President Eisenhower put
it, supporting the Administration policy. "Is there any
place in the world where there are not civilians?"
If Eisenhower and the Pentagon are right, then the
Pentagon has been wrong on two counts, first, in its earlier
denials, which should more candidly have said that civilian
areas might well have been hit, on the accident probability-
theory; second, in not saying, with equal candor, that fu-
ture raids on military targets will in all probability hit
civilian areas. The Salisbury articles report whole streets
of civilian houses, even whole towns near Hanoi, destroyed
by the bombs If such "accidents" are to continue, then
the professed Administration policy of bombing only mil-
itary targets in the North ceases to be a policy and be-
comes a deception.
The only way one can make the Pentagon releases
square with the Salisbury reports, without assuming gov-
ernment deception, is to assume a high degree of militarv
bombing inaccuracy, or else military carelessness about
fulfilling instructions. Either is possible, or perhaps both
But if so, then we ought to be told.
One of the many troubles with a long drawn-out war
is that it causes bitterness at home as well as on the
fighting fronts. This war is no exception. Even a relatively
popular war. and a declared one, like World War II. was
hard to fight. An unpopular undeclared war is accepted
if like the Bay of Pigs or the Dominican intervention
it is a brief incident. But an unpopular undeclared war,
which Is also a long hard war, is hard to take. When
serious doubts arise about the Administration's credibility
as they have now arisen, the cost in popular support can
be heavy.
The doubt arises, for one. about how deeply the Ad-
ministration wants the war to end. Clearly it would wel-
come negotiations, but just as clearly there is little pro-
pect that Hanoi will enter them. From the standpoint o
the American military, the Viet Nam war is testing all
the new weapons and testing also the war capabilities of
American soldiers with favorable results thus far on
both scores.
If this is so, then the President ought to say so to the
American people. He ought to say that the war may well
last three or five more years


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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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and file th. same in duplicate and as
pr-i\ hiad in Section 133.10, Florida
statutes, in their offices In ihe Coun-
ty Courthouse In Dads County, Plor-
lda, within six ralendar months from
the nine of the first publication here-
or, or the sain.- will be barred.
Hated at Miami, piorlda, this 20th
da) of December, 1966.
MAIN CASSKI.
As Administrator
iirst i.ul.hi-atli.n of thii not be on
tiii- 30th day of December, i<>*>.
12/30 1/6-13-20
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
, No. 73094-B
In RE: Eetate of
Louis dayman
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
to All Creditors and All Persons
"sying claims or Demands Against
"aid Batata:
'oil an hereby notified and re-
'i'ui- Demands which you may have against
estate of LOUIS HAYM w di
I late of Dads County, Plorlda,
Mm County Judge t of I lade Coun-
"'I rile the same in duplk ate and
- provided In Section 733 10, Plorlda
mutes, in thsir offli es In the Count)
ourthouse in Dads County, Plorlda,
wiinin nix calendar months from itn.
' me of th.- first publication hereof,
' ', ""' "*>" wui be barred
Dated al Miami. Plorlda, this 20th
"'> oi December, All 1988
KTTli: HAYM \N
As Rxecuti i\
k KJvPubUc*J,on "' ,hhs notice on
10. juth day of Dee.-ml., i IK
'i 1,6-13-20
r9fiWH9
EY HENRY LEONARD
'And you can imagine what it's going
to do to the Congregationl"
Cp'. I***. Dtu r' LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 73384-A
In RE: Estate of
>< d >M< >N PE1.1 .M A N
11,.-, axed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To \u Creditors nnd \u ISsrsnns
H.i\ no Claims or imaiidM Asalnst
Said Uslate:
You are hjnaby notified and re-
quired to present any -laims and
den .mils whii ii you muv huve aaainxt
the estate ,.f SOLOMON KKI.1>.MA\.
Ii .~. .1 iite of l>aii. rvmnty, Plo
Ida, io the Count) Judges of Dade
County, and file th. Hani) In duplicate
and as provided In nsotien 73a. In,
Plorlda Statutes, In their offices In
th. Count) Courthouse m Dads Coun-
ty, Plorlda, within hIx ealendar
in. nth from the lime of the
publication hereof, or the same will
ii. i>.i red.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this "ith
i i i nuai y, A.U 1007
Wl 1.1.1 AM S Ki:i,l>MA_\-
Aw Enecutor
Plrst publication of this notice on
th. I3th day of January.
ARoNuVTTZ, SILVER St NCHBR
Attorneya ut Executor
007 Alnnle) ItulldlnjJ
Miami. Plorlda 33133
l 13-20-37 2 3
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 72714-A
In RK l in ..|
XIX \ 11 ,i ITTI.IEB a l i
NINA i: \ki:i: ;> >ti i.i i i.
Dei ... s.il.
CREDITORS
and VII I*.
I '. in., ini- A HuillH
fled and
till) .a.ills an.I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 72999
In ID:: Bstale of
DOROTHY Si riiKNSKJ.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is harcb) given that I have
filed my Klnnl Report ami Petition
for Distribution and Final Discharge
as Administrator of tin- ostat< oi
DOROTHY KTCDENSKI, deceased:
and that on the Mb da) of Pebrtiary,
lnii?. will apply to the Honorable
Count) Judges of i>ude County. Flor-
ida, for approval of said Final Renorl
.ml for distribution and final dls-
iharue .is Administrator of the estate
of the above-named decedent. This
.th day of January, IM7,
AliNnl.li ll. STUDEXSKI
I,f.sii;k ROOBRS
a ttorney
:<: s W lit h St i t
Mi.inn. i'i..i Ida
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
Ni'in i; IS iu-;U].nv UIVEN thai
b) virtue : Chapter iT,<. if Plorldii
Statutes Annotated (1941), VYan
. men snd \\ .1.-. house I -
>ih. i. In v. R.B van i.ini:s. iNt
a Hori.l.i i.i|.orat I'M. 11) "f its
warehous* lien, has In its possession
the foIIOWlltK des. rllied |i|.i|k-|(1 I
Household Uoods as the proper!) '
ARTHUR BRTDOKH. 1210 N. Coatner
Avenue, Chicago, IlL; and whosi lust
known local address .os 211 N.W
.111 Ii Btreut, .Miami, Pla lions, hold
goods as tin- propsrt) of Mli.~;. M.
IIEX1TEE, waoae lunt known address
was 1008 Powell Street, Apt. 3ini, San
l-'ruiH'is<... Calif.; Household goods
as the property of MHJ3. EVELYN
c\\i;\iii;k, <-i. iiiin-iai Delivery,
Tallahassee. Mu.. and that on the
3rd da) >>f Ptbruary, 1007, duriop the
legal hours of qalo, mainly botwei n
11:00 forenoon and J:00 in I he after-
noon, at 2136 N.W. 21th Avenue. Mi-
ami. Florida, the underslgnad shall
offer tot sjiI, 1,. the highest bidder
i..i- .ash in hand the above described
pro|>ert) ..f AK'IIH it BRIIKIES. 1240
N. Costlier Avenue. Chicago. III., and
whose last known local address was
Ml N W. 54th Mtreet, Miami. Pla
Mils. M. ltKMTi:/., whoss last known
address was 1..... I'owell Street, Apt.
..... San Pranclsco, Calif.; Mils EV-
ELYN CAVBNDKR. <" Uenerul 1'
li\ >-i ) Tall.ih.1....... Pla,
Dated at .Miami Plorlda, this lOt*
da \ .-i .i.ini.ii v. 10(7,
ACE-R U. VAN LINKS. INC.
0
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREUY OIVEN
the mi.1. rslgni d. .1. -i. Ing to si
m buslnees under the rictltlous name
of JAY SHANNON nt Sunny Isle Hlvd.
and Collins Avenue, Miami I'.-.o h. In-
to register "aid name with the
ci.-rk of the circuit cui t of Dads
* 'ount). l-'ioi'lda,
JAY CHENKIN
HERRERT BTETTIN
Attoi ne) for Applicant
228 N.K. 2ml Am
12 30 1/6-13-20
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 73307-A
in RE: Kstat. of
FltlKl'A KJlKJ.l,,
I...... aseil
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
11.. Ing claims or Demands Against
s.,1,1 Entali::
You are hereby notified and re-
q i.,i t.i present any claims and
demands which \.-ii may have against
Ho estate of FRIEDA Fi.KLI.
rti *>aed late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to ilo County Judges of Dade
County, ami file *h. same m duplicate
and as iirovldad In Section 733.10,
Florida statin, s. 111 their offices in
the Count) Courthousi in Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, within SIX calendar
months from the time of the Hi I
nubllratlon hereof, or the sain,- will
I., Laired
Dated at Miami. Plorlda, this 27th
.... of 1 ml" r, a I 1064
FIUMET H' HUCK \a i\ v
\s Executrix
ptrat publication of this notice on
the ''."th da) of !' 111I1H, \i"'H.
in RON I. KI'ARBER
Attorney for Executrix
100 North l'.i.s.a>tn- Ulwl.
Miami, Florida 33133
I] 30 1 ;-13-20
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 66C133I0
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ALFRED Jull.N MAA1IS,
Plaintiff
\ s.
KVF1.YN M \A1IS,
I '. f,-n.la nt
TO: EVELYN MAAHS
.'.::17 Baldwin ltoule\.ird
Flint. Michigan
You, EVELYN MAAlls. are hereby
notified iht a Bill of comolalnt for
1 m oi., hgs been filed against you,
ami you are required to serve > copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill ..1 Complaint on Ihe i'laintlff's
.., y. UtVYl.N .1. STONE, UT Bis-
H\ 11. Building, 19 \V. Plash r Street,
Mi.,no. 11a. 33130, Phone: 371-1411,
and file the original Answer or dead-
inu in Mi. 1.Hi. 1 of Ihe Clerk of the
ill 1 'ourl on or I" fore Ihe (th
da \ of P< brui 1 1007 l( you fall 1
,1,. s,.. judgment b) default wJ.11 be
.,,.n .c.iinst yon for the relief de-
manded In thi Bill oi Complaint.
Hi notice shs I !' publh hed once
k fo| ... 11- ens,-, Utl\ wei s-
111 THE JEWISH FUtRIDI \N
lni\i: AND tllHERED at .Miami.
1 ii da) ..1 January,
a 1' 1 :;:.
K 1: 1.I-: VTHER.M \N. Clerk,
, ., ||l 1 nirl 1 ude "ount) Plot Ida
1 B) c 1- COI'KI.ANK
1.. |. n> Clerk
1 0-13-30-37
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 66C13765
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I.KSI.IK M HABER,
Plaintiff
\ B.
Tl.itKSA ll.VHKIl.
1 'elelldant
T< li:Hl.> v HABER
300 IJ. .0 hw 1 .od Road
Bristol, Tclilliss.ee
You, ti:ui:s.\ 11 \ 1:1:1;. ai. hen b)
notified that a Kill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and vou are required to servi cop)
of your Answer ,.r Pleading t<. the
Kill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney, IRWTN J. KTONEi 117
1.11. Bldg., It \V. Plagter Street,
Miami, l-i... Ida ". .unl file t be
..1 glnal Answer or I'leadlng In tin-
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
1 in or before the Mh day <>t February,
1907 if %."i fall to do so, Judgment
by default will he taki 11 .u'.i nsl you
fOI llle I'' liel ll.....lll.l.si Ml I lie BUI of
Complaint
This notice shall bi pubtlahod ones
, .10I1 week for four conseeutlvi Weeks
in THE JEW ISH FDORIDI \N
DUNE AND ORDERED .1 Miami,
Florida, this 19th da) ol December,
A.D. 10(0
K. B. i.k \TiiruM \n. Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(S, ai) B) C rci h'ki.am)
I lepUty < 'h-l u
IRWTN J. STONE
Attorney for I'lamtlff 1 (-13-XO-27
NOTICE TO
To VII L'n
11.1 \ na 'l.i in 1
,! :
Vou are hi n by
rpilred Io pi.
demand* whic h you m.n have bkhIiihI
Ihi estate ol Ni.\\ ll riOTTIJEH
II k 11 NINA 11 VKEH lit T IT.Ii:i:
d.....s. .1 lute of 1 '.ol. '.. ,111 .. Kloi -
Ida, io 1 in- 1 'ounty Jiidtt< .. 1 vidi '
1 'ount) and file Ihe xunii In dupll
and as |i ovlded In Sei tloti 73,1 10 '
Florida statutes, in thelt 1
thi Count) Courthousi 11 1....1. ;
t.'ounty, Florida, within nix caJei
months 1.....1 ihe tim, 1.1 ih,.
nubiic.it 1,.11 hereof, or the same "ill
be I...1 ..I
Dat< .1 st Miami, PI01 Ida, thi
da) of 1......! 1. A.D 1980
THE MIAMI BEACH
FIRST NATH i.NAI. B INK
B> PETER A ISAIA
As Bx it'.r
I-' 1 -: intblie .1 ion of thli
1 hi ii 1 daj id 1.1 nuai |
KYRtlN I. SI'AKKEII
At iei lov for Exi utor
im. X01 ih 1:;-. :i) 11. Ul\ tl.
Miami, i-'ioi uia
1 6-1.1-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE '
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 12049
NOTICE OF SUIT
THE WH.I.IAMSI'.iKCII
savincs BANK
Plaintiff,
ROBERT DARltBJ.l.
t u\
11- fendants.
TO: Robert Dnrrell
Patricia Ann 1 11 man. hi- Ife,
d, nc- ITiknoun and if i. 111.1111. d,
tie it unknown np/>ui*es, ll IK n u and
1 .i. ad, tin Ir unknov, n hi ir-. de\
legatee*, gruntei-s, asslgllei llenors,
trust,,-, ereditoiM or other I'luiuiants
cluiminx by, through, umler or agalnsl
an) oi th. above named defendants
who ai dec. axed.
You ar, hereby notified that the
above captloned action hus i>< n In-
Mlttited iiaalnxl you In the circuit
Court of tin I Ith Judicial fin t ol
Florida In and for I'aii, Count) t
foceclosi .1 mortgagi upon thi follow-
ing ii.-.-. in.-1 real proja rt) :
l^.i 24 .11 Block 1 01 lift HI HOCSB
SUBDIVISION.....'ordiita
I'lal th, : Of as r, ,. Tiled
I'.-.ok '.! i'age (2 of th.
It, eords .1 1 >ndi County,
You ar, 1'co.ulred IO file a 1. s|,onsi\-,.
plead Ins Io pla miffs complaint with
the Clerk of tin aforesaid Court, nerve
a copy th. en.....n plalntlfl attor-
ney, mautin fink. Dade Federal
Buihling, Miami, Florida 33131, not
later than h'ebruar) 17th, 1907, or .1
1'., r. e Pro Confesno wil b< etiti
agaimtt you
DATE) 1 .1.in 1 try 3,
1: B. I.EATHER.M IN
Clerk of the Circuit > '
ll> K M I.N MAN
I ity Cl.-rk
M \i:i IN FINE
Dade I'm. ral Building
Miami. Florida, 33181
1 13-20-27 2 J
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
"*" Jttr#"*# IThirudfiiair)
solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
IHul 373-4608
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICF
FF.M \N,
ffmnn and
to the
in Flat
Public
Plot 0.1
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722 ACTS OF 1941
FILE NO. 66 A 511
NOTICE is HEREBY tilVEN thai
Cape Sable Corporation, bolder of
County Tax sal,- Certlflcnteii num-
bered 1933, 3131, 2194, 2201, 2247, 224s
and 2249 issued ihe 28th da) of May.
A.D. 1333, has filed same in my office,
and has made application for a tax
deed to be Issued thereon Ha id certi-
ficates embrace the following de-
.-. r 1.1 ,1 propel I). in the Count) of
Maile. State of Florida, to wit:
1,01 13 Block (, Hampton Park, Plat
I look IS Hag! 18, ir.uliin: II \ n -
more or leas, In thi Count) of Dade,
state of Florida, as em bra od In
1'. 1 hi icati No bi .is-, nainenl
..; Bald property under ih, said ci
tiflcati Issuod v\ .1 in lie- 11.im,- oi
Leoit A K.. niinen: .1 n ,v w Frieda.
1..1 \. 111.....h 1 nh Add \ Hi
Flat Book 22 I'aae kii In (hi Count)
of 1 Side, Stati ..1 Ploriilu, ns m-
braci .1 in Certifluali N The
,.s-. s-nietit oi -ai.i pn>p>rt) undti
he -.ml certlfleati Issued was in Ihe
nnnie ol I.. ah s.'\. h
1 .1 ill I.. -,-Miil subject to
-ii.-. i|her u itstandlnu 111
of H i:i lea Ii 1., \. -
I ..[ I Flo.k Tenn) -"ii I Ii
.1 g< 1' in tin- 1 'ounty
oi had.-. Siat. ,u Florida, as em-
braced In Certificate No 2194. The
mien I 1 t said uropei t > uuder
! be s.i id c, riu' ... i. .1 IUI in the
name of l.uella B Klnkejaar.
1.01 'l Block .'. '..nuiiei ,1. I I 1
IM;, I'l.ii Book 9 I'age M In the
Count) of Dade, State of Plorlda, .1-
entbraccd In Certificate No 22U4. The
111. nt oi -.1: I propel ;v under I lie
-.ml 1 : 11" 1 Sti Instil d u.i- .11 tin-
Ham. ol Dais) ijoodwln
i^.t 13 Block I, :*Ui st. Highlands,
Flat Book 21 Fage '" in ih. Cqunt)
of Dade, State Florida, as 111-
l.i.ncl in Certificate No. 2247. The
aMSeaement of -ai.l pro|nrty under
tin- said certificale Issuod "as In ih,
name ..f David Snlelds.
Lot IT Block I, 7.MI. St. Ilu.hl.111.Is,
Flat Book 21 I'age 7" in th, Ci
of I lade. State ..: Florida, .1- ein-
br 11 .1 in 1 1 til 1 at* No 2248. The
nieiit o! -.u.l proper!) iiiolei the
-.1 ill I I 1! Iciltl --lie.I M .1- II 1 hi
name of I >a\ id Shi. 1.1-
l^.t 11 Clock I. : .ili st lliuhlands,
I'lal Hook L'I Page 7o in tin Count) of
1 cm. Htati ..- ml
In Certlfli .it, No 2249. Tin ..--. .--
111,111 ol s.,i.i propi tj under 1 hi
ati i-Mie.i was in thi nn
David Shields
Ini. .; 1 rert If I 1 I..
dei ic. .1 1 to in u 1 ii, prop-
er!) di si 1 Ibed In..... .11 In -. l.i to
th. hlRheal hldili at Ihi 1 'oui I 1 louse
door on ih-- 11 -i m.....I.,, in ih,
m.....h of pi br iar) V.D n hb h
i- Mi, 1.th t;.v ol Pebi 11.,-v \ 11 1987,
Dated this Ird da) ol lanu.ir)
A l>
F. I!. i.f.atiii:i:\i \N
1 'lerk 1 ':icuii '..art.
1 lade 1. inn. Florida
(Seal) Lly P. p, /Jl UDSTH VXD
Deputy Cbrk
I I- 12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUS-
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 73164-B
In RK K-:.' nl I
CIIAltLHtj FELIX,
I leci ased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To \ll I mil \ 1 |. -.
Ilavina 1 lalms .-i I lumalids Aaa
Sti i.i Et late:
N ou a. hi 1 b) not He d and 1 -
preaeni an) claims ..
.' in. tide huh you ma 1 ha vi -.,.
th.- .-tat.- ,.i .'HAI'.i ES PEL
dec. asi d late ol 1 lads County. Fl> -
iila. to the Count) Judtic* ol Dii
1 "1 mi 11 and Fill tin sami In dupl ii
ami .1- imt>\ Ided hi .-. i*tlon
.1 Statutes, in 11.. offices
th. c.....iij Courtliouse 'ti Dade 1
iy, Florida, Ithin mx call nd
months from the time of the fl
it i.n hereof, or the stun*
bi Iwrred.
Dated .11 Miami, Florida, tins __
da) "i December, A_D
SAAirill. Mol.I 1ST I.IN
At. Eiuicutor
First publication of this .,
the luth ds) of Deoeinbet
cm.CM \N. OOLDSTEIN .v
FACZIEll
\ 11..: e) s for Executor
2401 W Plagh i' Stn 1.
M an I, Pla. 1813J
IS 1(1 !''.
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO APPLY FOR
CHANGE OF NAME
Chancery No. 66C 13468
To W horn It .May I 'on, in
Noti< e .- hereby given thai Ihi
ili .1 i Utlonem, AI.F.KBTI 1 A .-
CAZAK and \ l.l-UI AN ld:iN \ M > .
CAZAH, in- wife. hoi Iden
i.ihii. 908 s.W Kecond Sti.
Apartment K, In thi Clt> of Mi..
'ount 1. inrlila, inti nds to a
l>I) to the Honorable JOHN .1 K
id ii:. Judgi of the Eleventh Judl
In and for Dade County,
; 1, 111 tile C. .:, irt lllMI-
111 !;......'. Iia-k A..M ..11 I he 2nd .1
of February, 1987 01 .is noon thii
after as the) tnu) be heard, for .
order changing the nan.....f th- r
s..ii. iTi.in CARXOS ALBERTO MO>
TEBKEY CARLOS ALBER'I
AJ-CAZAB by Hhieh name he sit:-
tin leaf ti t I"- know II.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 2
da) "i Deci nih.-r. A.D. 1966
ALBERTO ALCAZAR
ALEJANDRINA M ALCAZAB
Petitioners
CAll'I.N, ROTHENBEItO.
LELCIfl K ,x si SUM AN
B) SHELDON V I.F1.CHFK
Vttorno) s for pi 1 lUoni 1 -
10 Ill t-a) n. Building
Miami, Florida
1 8-1

IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUP*
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 73304- B
In RE: Estate of
UESS1K SKI.ICMAN.
11., ased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Creditors and All Pi
11.1 x inti 1 'it.....h or 11. 11 .. nils v 1-..
Said 1 .-i.it. .
You are hi reb) notified and 1
null ei| In |ii -. nl .1 n> claims ti 1
ih in.unl- \ I11.T1 you mil) ha 1 again -
,!,. iati ..1 HKKSIK SKI IHSIA N
. ,1 i.it. of 11.1,ii 1 'ouni s i'i
ula. ll Mi. Count) Ju-t. Dm
i 'ounl s and I lie I hi same In dupll -
L-ati 1 in 1 -. I' 01 nl. d In Sei 1,
U -. i:i 1 heir offices
the 1 'mint) 'ourthousi in 1 >adt 1 '
1 <. Floi ula, Itbin mx calai
months from the time Ihe
publli .11 Ion hereof, or the -.nn.
be bat .1
Dated a) Miami, Florida, this 2: .
da) of December, A.D
1 >K< 'Til V s (IBEENBERa
As Executrix
Plrst imhlii titiuli of thi- n. llct 1
11,, .. 11. daj of I'i ccmbi 1,
MERVYN I. AMEB
\f .1... j foi Dorothy s Oreenborg
Suit.- 80S, lllnoayne Building
19 West Flagler Street, Miami, l-i
1 8-13-:
1 1S-20-2J 2
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 68649 A
in RE Estate of
SCSA.N MEYER
I.....ised
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
XOTICK Is hcreb) given that I have
filed thi 1 Inal R< porl and P< lim-
for DI nd Final 1 'i-.u.. -
.,.- Adininist ratrlx < "urn Ti h is
Annex.. 1.1 t he SUSAN
MEYER, iIih'i ased: and thai on Ih
H'.ih da) ol 1
to the I Ion..1 ale. Count) .In.If
11...1. 1 'mini). Florida, foi appi o>
1 Final loi'int and foi d|
button and final djachurge as Ajniii
I", T;i 111. nt,. Ann. x.-
ta ..1 ihe above-named de-
iJ.IN Of ltlllil.ll> .
EVK iMLl 'is 1: \NTZ
\iliiiiniet rat I ix
1 'urn Ti -t.nii. in.. A nnexn
SIMON, HAYS ,x URUNDWERCJ
More
:l"'l Alnsley Build
Miami, !-Toiiu.i
1 13-30-27 2 ;


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^Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida. Friday, January 20, 1967
Secticr. B
MAYOR HIGH JOSEPH FITZGERALD SIDNEY ANSIN
Brotherhood Awards to Trio
At a cocktail reception are (left to right) Murray Shaw, presi-
dent of Temple Ner Tamid; Drew Pearson, internationally-
renowned newspaper columnist, who was guest speaker at
the inaugural of the Ner Tamid forum series last week in a talk
on "Behind the Crisis in the Middle East," and Rabbi Eugene
Labovitz, spiritual leader of the temple. More than 800 persons
attended the first of the three monthly series.
Maurice Samuel to Talk
At Emanu El on Tuesday
Maurice Samuel will be the next
; eaker at the Temple Emanu El
Tuesday Evening Forum on Jan
24. Mi- topic will be "What Makes
Men Hate?"
Author of more than 20 books.
.-(me of which have become clas
sics, and well known as translator
cluding "Fiddler on the Roof."
Mr Samuel has worked with Is-
rael's first President, Dr. Chaim
as well as main other
leaders in that country.
He is also well-known for his
appearances on radio and tele-
vision, as well as for his discus
gions with Prof Mark Van Doren
over tin1 NBC radio and television
network.
Some of the many books written
by Mr. Samuel are "The World of
Sholom Aleichem," "Prince of the
Ghetto." Harvest m the Desert."
The Professor and the Fossil."
'Certain People of the Book."
Three of Florida's foremost lead
ers in government, civic, business
and religious affairs will receive'
the highest honor of the National
Conference of Christians and Jews
on Feb. 21, when the NCCJ launch-
es the nationwide observance of
Brotherhood Week for 1967 in Mi-
ami Beach.
Miami Mayor Robert King High,
attorney Joseph M. Fitzgerald of
Coral Gables, and television exec-
utive Sidney P. Ansin of Miami
Beach will each be presented the
Silver Medallion Brotherhood
Award of th<> Florida Region of
the National Conference at a din
ner at the Fontaincbleau Hotel.
Their selection was announced
late Tuesday by William C. Gal-
ther, chairman of the awards
committee of the NCCJ, and Dan
B. Ruskin, general dinner chair-
man.
The awards will be presented
by Gaither at the Sl()0-a plate
black tie function this year, which
will mark the national kickoff of
the 34!h anniversary of Brother-
hood Week, proclaimed officially
by President Lyndon Johnson.
Mayor High, Democratic nom-
inee for governor in 1966: I it/
gerald. immediate past national
president of Sena International:
and Ansin. whose Miami television
station WCKT recently won its
third NCCJ national award, will
be cited for "outstanding contri
hutions to good human relations,"
Ruskin said.
High, who has received inter-
national recognition for his work
in the United States and Latin
American solidarity, is a lifelong
leader in the Baptist Church.
His efforts are generally recog-
nized as contributing to the
harmonious reception of tens of
thousands of Cuban refugees by
Miami's citizenry.
A national leader in campaigns
to secure equality for minority
groups and increased benefits for
the Steadily growing senior citizen
population in Florida. Fitzgerald,
who graduated first in his class
in the University of Miami Law-
School and served as president of
the student body in 1946. is past
president of the Emerald Society
Of South Florida, past president
of the National Council of Catholic
Men and served as an auditor for
the Diocese of Miami at the re
Ecumenical Council in Rome
A trustee of Biscayne College
and a lieutenant commander in
the U.S. Navy Reserve, Fitzger-
ald is a frequent speaker on
Brotherhood before Protestant,
Jewish and Catholic organiza-
tions.
Ansin. chairman of the success-
ful 1964 United Fund campaign
of Dade County, is a member of
the Committee of 21 of the Miami
Dade Chamber of Commerce A
former chairman of the board of
Temple Beth Sholom. he now
serves as honorary vice president
i of his synagogue and as vice
j ident of the Greater Miami lew-
I ish Federation.
National chairman of the Societj
of Honorees of the State of I-; tel
Bonds Organization. Ansin is state
chairman for Radio Free Europe
Frank J. Magrath. regional di-
rector of the NCCJ, announced
that the Florida NCCJ raised
$76,000 last year, highest in the
State's history The 1966 budget
for program activities has beer set
at $80,000.
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?Jewisii fk radian
Friday, January 20. 1967
400 EXPECTED Will ATTEND DINNER AT DEAUVILLE
Chabad Silver Anniversary Sunday
Civil Rights Expert
Due at Miami V
Dr.
'
COMMITTEE AT WORK PAGE 14-B
A record-shattering attendance
of 4<)0 will celebrate the stiver an-
niversary of Ch.ihad. the l.uba-
vitch movement in the United
Suites on Sunday evening, <> p.m..
with a S36a couple dinner at the
Deauville Hotel, honoring six new
founders of the Merkos sponsored
Camp Gan Israel in Florida.
Those to be feted each hav-
ing contributed $2,500 or more to
Chabad for this year's function
include Louis Ginsburg, Mrs.
Rifka Safra. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Zilbert. Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Al-
ter and Mrs. Anna Segal. An anon-
ymous founder of Camp Gan Is-
rael also will be honored, accord-
in- to general dinner chairman,
Norman Ciment.
Dr. V. W. GrMnt, of th Uni-
versity of Minnesota, if the fea-
tured speaker, but Ciment said
"the accent will be en celebra-
tion and entertainment. This is
significant milestone in the
Among those to be honored at the silver anniversary Chabad
banquet on Sunday night at the Deauville Hotel are (left to
right) Solomon Alter, Mrs. Rivka Safra, Mrs. Louis Blacker,
Mrs. Anna Siegel, and Louis Ginsburg..
growth of Chabed both in Flor I will salute new life honorees. Jos
id* and throughout the world." epn \\ Malek and Michael Sossin.
The gala function, which also | '* the largest dinner staged in the
Public Health Expert Will Speak
Dr. Velvl William Greene, asso- .
ciate professor of public health at
the University of Minnesota, and
principal speaker at the silver an-'
niversary banquet for Chabad :
Sunday night, is widely known as
a researcher and lecturer in the \
fields of sanitation and contain-
ination control.
Active in the United States
Government's NASA Spacecraft '
sterilization program, he is one of ;
the world's foremost authorities
on areomicrobioloRy.
Long active in the Minneapolis
Jewish community. Dr. Greene
serves on the board of the Minne-
sota city's Talmud Torah and Tor-
ah Academy. He also is a member
of the boards of directors of Knes-
eth Israel Synagogue and of the
Midwest regional Merkos L'Inyonei
Chinuch, educational arm of the
Chabad.
President of Herzl Camp, largest
Jewish youth camp in the Upper
Midwest, he is a member of the
national university council of the
Lubavitch Youth Council. Dr.
Greene, a graduate of the Uni-
versities of Manitoba and Minne-
sota, received his Jewish educa-
tion in the Peretz-Folk Shule day
school system of Winnipeg.
lb year history of Merkos in Flor-
ida.
A goal of $25,000 for Camp Gan
Israel and $25,000 lor other Cha-
bad activities in Florida, the
United States. Israel and overseas
"is within reach.'' Ciment stated.
Sunday night's dinner will bene-
fit the local, national and inter-
national activities of Merkos
L'Inyonei Chinuch.
Central educational arm of Cha
bad. Merkos has had a regional of
fj.ee in Florida for the past six
years, headed by Rabbi Abraham
Korf. Under his direction. Camp
Gan Israel in Deland Heights. Fla .
has grown steadily.
A Merkos Free Loan Society in
operation, making funds available
to individual Jews and their fam-
ilies on a confidential, no-interest
basis, is another major facet of
Chabad's Florida activities.
Rabbi Korf travels throughout
i the Southeastern United States,
' distributing Merkos publications
and textbooks to schools and
homes.
Overseas, Merkos has established
more than 200 schools in such
countries as Tunisia. Morocco. Is
rael, France and Italy with an en-
rollment of almost 50,000 boys and
girls.
I-eo Pfel
ol the American Jewish
and chairman of the I
Political Science tl Long bland
guetl at an open mectil
VM and \vn.\ 0i Graatei M
8500 SW 8th St next Wednesday]
Pfeffer will diSCUSS Major |.
sues Facing the Jewish Community
What Can We Do About Tlv
At LIU, as well as other lead-
ing colleges and universities,
Pfeffer has lectured on consti-
tutional law *mi civil rights. He
has written "The Liberties of an
American," a chronicle of the
Supreme Court decisions in civil
rights and civil liberties.
Pfcffer's latest book is "This
Honorable Court." a history ot the
U.S. Supreme Court, which wai
i the June. 1965 selection of the
Book Find Club. Other hook>. in-
clude "Church. State and Fr
dom." "Creeds in Competition
and "Church and State in the
United States.
Pfeffer has appeared and *ub-
mited briefs in ^tate and Federal
courts, including the U.S. Suprmie
Court
He was co-founder and tiri
president of the I-aw-yers Constitu-
tional Defense Committee, which
during the summer of 1964 pro-
vided some 150 volunteer lawyers
for the defense of civil rights in
the South
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Selling Tickets
Brandeis Universty National
Women's Committee, Miami Beach
Chapter, held a board meeting and
ticket report on Friday, 10 a.m.,
at the home of Mrs. Gail Sandier,
530 W. 50th St.
Tickets are on sale for a lecture
on "The U.S. in Viet Nam," by Dr.
I Milton Sacks, professor of poli
tics at Brandeis University.
Also scheduled at that time is
an address by Ronald Kronish,
Class of 19fi8. on the Hiatt pro-
gram at Braiuieis University.
The lecture and talk will be
heard at Temple Beth Sholom on
Thursday. Jan. 26. at 8:30 p.m.
Tickets are now also being sold
for the premiere showing of "The
Sand Pebbles" at the Carib The-
tre on Feb. 7 at 8:15 p.m., spon
sored by the Brandeis Women's
( ommittee.
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'Friday January 20. 1967
*Jfewfcf Meridian
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Page 3-B
>nc. Charles Weltner (center) accepts a Torch of Liberty
/arc at the annual board meeting of the Anti-Defamation
igue of B'nai B'rith on Sunday at the Dupont Plaza Hotel,
felt.-.e:, who gave up his seat in Congress rather than sup-
>rt r.ew Georgia Gov. Maddox in his election campaian, was
Incipal speaker at the luncheon session held in memory
e late Miami historian, Harry Simonhoff. Making the
presentation are Charles Goldstein (left) newly-elected
^airn.an of the ADL executive committee, and Henry Wolff
iht newly-elected chairman of the Florida League.
fore ZIP Added By Post Office
ffice Department added
to parcel poal service
wlk i.iI.- went into effect
Siinc.ay. according to Postmas-
ter K M IH.nl;.,> The extra ZIP
wfll c< iluoiuh the use of ZIP
determine zone rate>
-t three digits of the ZIP
!>er will reveal the zone
i thus ipeed rate determine-
replacea a system
rebj a directory often had to
Ited for the zone of each
The rate increase will
bout 10 cents a panel
The increases were provided
Publ.c Law 89-593, signed by
president Johnson on Seot. 20,
966. The law also provides
and weight increases in a
tries of five annual steps be-
inning July 1.
The zone rates will be based on
distance a packaye travels be
leen sectional centers. The first
fee digits of the ZIP Code iden-
tic sectional center, of which
ere art 552 m the country. The
W/ zone charts require less than
Ipage :. locate the zone for each
post office. The method will also
simplify mailing parcels at the
nearly UK) self service units now
in operation throughout the coun-
try
With the recipient's ZIP Code
on the address, a mailer can con-
sult the zone and rate charts to
determine the amount of postage
needed If the mailer doesn't have
the ZIP Code, he can consult a
ZIP Code directory that will be
available at all of the self-service
units
COMMUNITY RELATIONS BOARD DISTRIBUTES CARDS
Dade in Good Will Pledge
Two Jewish organizations this
week joined the Good Neighbor
pledge campaign launched here
recently by the Metropolitan Dade
County Community Relations
Board.
The Greater Miami Chapter of
the American Jewish Committee
and the Greater Miami Section of
the National Council of Jewish
Women have sent pledge cards to
members urging them to sj^n the
Cards as an example of their will-
ingness to sell their homes to Ne-
groes, when they are prepared to
-ell them, and a-- a sign that they
will welcome Negroes into their
communities as neighbors
Mrs. Charles Finkelstein, pres-
ident of the Greater Miami Chap-
ter of AJCommittee, and How-
ard Scharlin, chairman of the
organization's housing commit-
tee, told members that the exec-
utive board "has commited it-
self to support of this program,"
joining the CRB in the belief
"that our community can achieve
a climate in which individuals of
any race, religion or ethnic back-
ground may live in the neigh-
borhood he chooses and can
afford."
AJCommittee s decision is in-
corporated into a resolution pass-
ed on Dec. 14 that declares "each
man should be judged for his in-
dividual worth as a citizen and as
a neighbor without regard for his
race, religion or ethnic back
ground and that the racial, relig-
ious and ethnic diversity of our
population is one of the richest
assets of our communitv
The letter to the cnapter s mem
bership notes the Metro Commis-
sion's proclamation naming Jan
18 to 24 as Good Neighbor Week
In another letter to members,
Mrs. Kdwin B. Oppenheim. pre>
ident of the Greater Miami Section
of the National Council of Jewish
Comedy Revues
At Sans Souci
A Cavalcade of Comedy, pro-
duced by Andrew G. Cried, con
lists of two of the funniest com
edy revues to be presented simul-
taneously. They are "East Side
Story. Part 2." and "Laughing
Room Only."'
"East Side Story. Part 2." pre
sented nightly at the Sans Souci
Hotel, is reminiscent of life on
the lower East Side of New York
City.
Eddie Schaffer opens the show
with a humorous dialogue on the
status of the father in the family,
past and present, and then pro-
ceeds to be master of ceremonies
for the balance of the show.
Michl Rosenberg, master of Jew
ish comedy, accelerates into high
gear with his own special material
comprising several accents. S. T.
Women, declared that Council "is
one of the many local church and
civic groups cooperating with the
request of the Community Rela-
tions Board to mail Good Neighbor
Pledge (aids to its membership."
The letters followed on the heels
of still another letter to community
leaders here on Dec. 5 by Dr. Jos-
eph I!. Narot, chairman of the
Community Relations Board, in
"Inch he noted that "the housing
needs of Greater Miami are press
ing and urgent" and that "the
voluntary commitment of main
citizens of good will can help
achieve the climate of opinion
necessary for the entire commu-
nity to address these problems cre-
atively and responsibly"
In his Dec. 5 communication,
the CRB chairman noted that
"The minimum goal for his pro-
gram will not be less than 1,000
individuals or families signing
and returning the Good Neigh-
bor Pledge," adding that "Our
campaign is completed when a
full page newspaper ad is pur-
chased, listing the names and
addresses of the 'Good Neigh-
bors,' along with a brief, appro-
priate message, designed to in-
dicate that this is a good place
to live and work and play."
The pledge card reads: "Good
neighbors do not believe another
mans race or religion tells them
anything about his bcinu a good
neighbor I (we) hereby pledge,
with other like-minded persons, to
welcome and be a good neighbor
to ait) newcomers into this neigh
borhood without regard to then
race, religion, oi national origin."
Optional in the pledge is the
authorization to have the pledgee 3
name "published along with no
less than 1.000 others who have
signed this pledge."
The CRB late this week sought
a goal of 55.000 pledgees
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Friday. January 20. 1967
His tadrut Slates
Winter Confab
% m
La Bianca, American-
n col iratura soprano, rill fly
m ach Jan 29 to star in
Night in Israel" at the Fon-
ebleau Hotel.
he program will highlight a
. ption and dessert supper for
international host committee
the second annual mid-wintei
Cerence o( the Israel Histadrut
An*ng local leaders of the
committee are Mrs. Anna Bren-
ner Meyers, honorary chairman;
Jack S. Popick, co-chairman;
Sam Feinstein, president of the
Greater Miami Israel Histadrut
Committee; Dr. Michael Sossin,
vice president; Morris Newmark,
treasurer; and Abraham Rovin-
sky, chairman of the board of
directors.
Others include Joshua Z Stad-
lan. honorary president; Sam l.ach-
man, secretary; Herbert s Sha-
piro chairman "'. the lawver*' com
mittee; Bernard Katz, Marvin
i ooper, Joseph Ash. Samuel Zit-
ner, Nathan Nash arid Mayshie
Priedberg.
Moshe Berman is executive di-
ir, and Gerald Schwart l
lie relations counsel tor the
mid winter conference
Arrangements for the Ian. 29 "Niaht in Israel" reception at
the Fontainebleau Hotel which will welcome Israel Consul
General Avraham Avidar and opera star Ginetta La Bianca
meet this week in ofiices of the Israel histaarut Committee
in Miami Beach. Talkina over procrcm oi the F,:stadrut
Foundation ate (left to right] Sarr. Feinstein, president cf the
Israel Histadrut Committee ot Greatei Miami; Bernard Kz'.z,
arrangements co-chairman; Moshe Bermcn, executive direc-
tor; and Joseph Ash, public relations chairman for the inter-
national host committee for the second annual mid-winter
confeience cf the Foundation.
CCNY Alumni
Slate Installation
President of the South i
Alumni i hapt< r nf the Citj
New York. Ami I
- that the South ]-
Alumni A sociation will hoi
seco I annual dinner Su
ening Jan. 29. at the -
Hotel.
Pro! Stanley Feingo
1147. of the Political Scienci
partment of the City Colli ->
New York, will be gU 5l i\
office!- > b*> inducted
Gould, president.
Zuckerjiick, vice >i
recording -
I, corresi
ing secretary; Aaron G
treasurer
Board of director- being
ed a I >.. i Duckor, Arnold F
Mo: timer M Kassell Bi
Lan -'". Ml ei I Loevt inthan
Lowell, Nat Sedlik.
S rr, Max tf, Jerrj S
Richard Waldman, S
Weintraub, Sigmund Zinner
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GIHEUA LA BIANCA
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lation of the United States
1 Canada The conference itself
be held in Miami Beach Feb
Miss La Bianca, who has sung
leading roles opposite principal
ngers of the Metropolitan Op-
tra Company, La Scala of Mil-
en and Teatro dell'Opera of
?om, has a repertory of opera,
rtneert, musical comedy and
nllads in eight languages, in-
cluding Hebrew.
Jan 29 function, under the
,i man-hip of community lead
t Jacob Rifkin of Miami Beach
Wilkes Barre. Pa. also will
nor Avraham Avidar. Consul
General of the State of Israel
Rabbi Leon Kroni.-h. national
president of the Histadrut
E undation, is honorary chairman
the event, with Mrs Trudy
Kamerschlag serving a- arrange
its chairman
Vmong the national leaders who
. take part in the Jan 29 and
23 events are Bernard M
infield, of Montreal, chairman
Hi--.. Irul William H Sylk, of
i liladelphia, American chairman
the Histadrut Foundation. Al-
der Shapiro, ": Boston, na-
al iice I'll'-: 'i i and Di
New York, executive di
rector.
Beach Demos
Install New Slate
Of Officers Here
Michael Sossin. executive Jnec
of the BlackMone K.)-!ier Re-
rement Hotel and the new Shal-
om Nursing and convalescent
Home, both on Miami Beach wa<
i be guest speaker al
eeting of the year of the Pr >
Democratic Club of Miami
Eeach or. Thursday 7:30 p m at
too Federal 12 I
>n Ave
Evening to includ t
lit nrv i.
of the club
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Extravagant compliments still
ring over Khona and .Marvin
an, Kev and Moi gan
Flo i nd -!; Altfii Id win
ed a \c" Y ai Ei < | i
120 at ( asa Guberman .
i orations of red, black and
iei ved as the 1 lop for
n black
; an ady wa
a handn ade mask to en
an atmosph* re ol mj sti
the new year might brim
Music from .1 three-piece
bo as irrestistible and the
nuous dancing was inter-
gourmet sup-
. r midnight pro
"
While home '
Sj rai use I nh ei sitj. Mi
. i of Mr. and Mrs. Mik
other
I rom colleges
ii* the countrj .it a
'heon Colorful Indian
served as table dec-
at ns, and Syracuse U syml
. hawks, given as favors .
to the flow of girl
M i< Steinbei L'ni
il Florida; Janet Rabino-
University of Athens; Nat c>
Boston r. Man eye Green,
i >'.. and Connie Co-
hen. American U, Washington
Other guests included mother
of the h her sister-in-law,
Mis H< nry Forer, and aunt. Mrs.
Morns Keselman Giving her
ample warning, Mindi
bringing her three roommates
n Syracuse for Spring \aca-
tion.

7 h .'.--': i .
of 1966 and the beginning of '67
were frenetic ones for Re\ and
Mrs Jacob D. Katz Tin I
on Dec 23 seemi d endle
the arrival, \ ia automobile ft
New York, ol son and daughter-
i -law Mi nd Mrs i i
for th? Friday n
inner in honor of niece 5
n .- Im : and fiance Pet r
E n Saturday luncht on
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v ho all loo m had to nturn
to their home in Rego Park, ho
to his last fe weeks at Bn
lyn Law School, she to her sixth
radi ; in Forest Hilis .
It seems might} quiet around the
prera i ni w for Sylvia and Rev.
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from the Kat/ .luniors. fro::;
daughter Phyllis, husband Dr
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Miami on a lecture lour. She is
>ii;- Uracha Kopstein, whose work
appears in Yiddish, and who speaks
in two other languages as well,
Hebrew and English.
Author of the recently-published
"Yom Tov un Woch in Israel"
tivity and Weekday in Isn el"
Miss Kopstein is staying at 344
Euclid Ave. Miami Beach, and
will be appearing on a variety of
platforms here m connection with
this volume.
The diminutive brunette creative
artist i> already scheduled bj the
..u of Jewish Education in a
Fel : uarj program on "Poets and
Poetry in Israel." she arrived in
Miami last week from an active
ecture tour in Detroit.
Well-known as a writer and ra
I roadcaster in Isra !. w hei e
has lived since Independence,
Miss Kopstein, who writes under
her pen name, is the wife of Ben-
jamin Kat/. During the couple's
-:a> in the U.S., Mr Kat/ will bt
associated with Schulsinger Broth
ei -. of .New York, publishers of
Yiddish and Hebrew works. They
have one son in Israel.
Miss Kopstein has been a broad-
caster for Kol Israel for many
years and appeared over WEVD,
the Yiddish-language radio station
in New York City.
The author of many volumes of
hooks and poems, she focuses on
tiles about Israel and the young
nation's new settlers in her most
recent hook, it Is a 342-page ac-
count of Israeli institutions, the
people who have come to Israel
and the stirring events which have
-i\en Israel a significant place in
ory.
Life in Tel Avh and Jerusalem,
ious observances, the festive
tccurrences in the land all are
.. part ol th" narrative collection
in tins Yiddish volume.
Bliss Kopstein has lectured un-
der the auspices of the Theodor
Herzl institute in New York
Russian-born, she mo\cd from
eJewfisJti Floridian
Friday. January 20, 1967
Paqe I 8
Israeli poetess Bracha Kop-
stein at a reception in Tel
Aviv with former Foreign
Minister Golda Meir.
America to Israel when the Jewish
State achieved independence in
1948 sh<- settled in Tel Aviv
her family, heir she subseqi
ly becam i rkei
had. bj then, already puhli
two hooks of poetry, and went
writing 'because l just cou
stop."
Her first volume, "I am Stn
appeared as a statement of con. .
and the Jewish will toward
vival. Her second, publish.',
1945, "Sin;;. Mj Heart," is a p
of praise to the survivors ol
war w ho never lost hope."
Mis- Kopstein writes in Yid
than Hebrew "becai*u
can only be truly creative in e
language. It shapes the way
think, and the waj VOU exp
yourself." But a collection of
poetry has already been ti:
iated into Hebrew
She mew up as a child in
srant in Winnipeg and Ton
where she met and married
husband, also a poet
' It's so easj to get Yiddish
nature published in Israel."
declared modestly In Ame
you mostly have to do it yourst
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When 1- I young matron not a housewife'' When she
is Elaine Ehrenkrantz, wife of Dr. Joel Ehrenkrantz. and
one of Miami's most promising young women artists. Elaine
is the daughter of Samuel and Lillian Simonoff. one of
our town's leading community-minded pioneer families
Native-born, she \\;is brought up
in Miami, and has the wisdom and
facility for being interested m only
one thing at a time.
Elaine studied the piano dili-
gently from the ago of six until
she was twelve, then discovered
painting and drawing which has
been her main Interest ever since.
At thirteen, she took her first art
course at the University of Miami,
showing perseverance and stick-to-
ltiveness she had to go clear
across town riding four buses for
Vlier lessons After attending Miami
\ Beach High School, she went to
Bryn Mawr m Pennsylvania, then
flA,Wf transferred to Cornell, graduating
with a double major, one in painting and one in philosophj
She ;iWo studied at Woodstock and attended Graduate
School at New York Universit}
For a while, Elaine had a job in New York with the
Dumont Television Company's music department, helping
to pick out the backgiound music. But this was less creative
work than she preferred.
Elaine has painted steadily since 1953. either in her
home studio or in one away from home. She taught for
a year at the Baskin Gallery in Coconut Grove: hut although
she loved it. Elaine found that it took too much time away
from her own painting. Every year since l!)5t>, she has had
.1 show The next is scheduled for the Playhouse Ait (Jai-
ler) in February. Today, she takes them In stride and col-
lects the pictures that she feels are the best to show In
'he past, she thought that only the last pictures were the
best and worthy of exhibition, and worked frantically to
finish them before deadline
While she works m several media. Elaine likes oils the
best, and at this time is also concentrating on figures
Three and a half years ago, Klaine married Dr. Joel
Ehrenkranz. who is head of the infectious disease laboratory
.it the Universit) of Miami The) each brought a family
to lb il second marriage Elaine's children are Joey and
Andrea; and Joel's are Wendy, Corine and Fred. Now the)
are one big happy family, and the feeling of mutual love
and belonging is great The ranch type adobe brick home
m Coral Gables is big and rambling, with a stunning newly
added mastei bedroom. There is lots of wall space to hang
paintings and lots of outside sp;)ce for the children to run
around in and play.
The children have their own duties and responsibilities
toward household duties and double BS models for their
mother Tin ir German Shepard. Tiger, takes his turn and
Competes lor attention
Painting is Elaine's work, hut she also has two hobbies.
One is tem -. and she enjoys puking up the kids and taking
them to the courts for fast action. The other is playing
chess, which .she and Joel did all during their courtship.
They have an exquisite silver filigree and gold chess -,'
with aqua ones given to 'hem as an engagement present
b) tlie Simonhoffs. But chess inust be a complete abstrac-
ts. -., they only look at this beautiful set. and play with
a .': r simplei 1
Elaine is man) thing! a wife, a mother, a thinking
son whose gift tor painting is a direct result 1.1 her
..{ thinking, her ability in express what she is thinking
and feelin m r canvas
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Myrtle Wreaths
Will Go to Three
Miami Beach Chapter of Had..-
sah will present its annual Myrtle
Wreath Awards and tribute to
membership in a special ceremony
on Monday. 12:30 pin., at the Mi
ami Beach Auditorium All paid up
members and new members are
invited
Recipients t" be honored with
the Myrtle Wreath Award, the
MRS. HIGH SALPtTlK
highest citation Hadassah can be
stow, will be presented to leaders
in this area known for their out
standing civic and community en-
deavors and for their accomplish
ments in their chosen fields
They are Sidney I). Ansin, pies
ident of Ch. 7. director and mem
ber of Miami Dade Chamber of
Commerce, L nited Fund of Dade
County. Temple Beth Sholom.
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Radio Free Europe and of many
more civic organizations.
Also, Barnett Breeskin. conductor
and director of the Miami Beach
Symphony for the past 12 years,
: and tin' Sumruei Bops'" for the
past three years.
Getting the third citation is Dr.
Howard Grimier, noted kiilnev
transplant surgeon.
Hadassah members who have
t % B i'*fc; 1 Very interested)
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, GIVE YOcR HIGH Scri'jOL AGEi
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achieved outstanding goals in
membership will also be honored,
as will all life members \ gpe
cial presentation will be made to
all men who have affiliated them
selves with Hadassah for life The)
are known as Life Associates o;
Hadassah
Following the presentation, a
apecial attraction will be an orig
inal musical narration written and
directed by Trixie Levin in tribute
to members chairmen and pies
idents of Hadassah. Mrs Jack Davis
is membership chairman Mrs lien
r> i). Wernick is president of
chapter.
Miami Beach Chapter has sched
tiled a "get acquainted" reception
for all new residents of 100 Lin-
coln Rd. The event, featuring re
freshments and entertainment, will
begin at 11 a.m., on Friday at the
Hadassah "home" at 337 Lincoln
Rd. Guest speaker will be Mrs
Samuel 7. Sakrais, former pres
ident of chapter Mrs Norman
Meyers is expansion chairman
, Kadimah Group will hold its an
nual Henrietta Seotd Founders
Da) luncheon on Tuesda) noon at
the Algiers Hotel Entertainment
and prizes are the agenda lor the
day. All proceeds will be applied
to the Cancer Research building
at the Hadassah Hospital in Israel
Chairman for the day is Mrs Rubin
Kigner. and Mrs. Samuel Chapin
is co-chairman. Mrs Meyer Schnei-
der is president.
Presentation will be made by
Mrs High Salpe'er, chairman of
national Hadassah's Membership
Women's March
Set This Weekend
An appeal for women > take
part in the Mothers' M ch tor
the March of Dimes
for Fi iday through Sin
made this week by Mrs V yatt 0,
Crane. Mothers' March 1
for the second consecuth >
Mrs. Crane pointed OUt
National Foundation Mat li >!
Dimes is now fighting
fects, second greatest kille
all diseases
'Birth defects annual!1
one child in lb'.' she sat
total of about 250.000 of II
horn each year
she said that the M
Dimes is fighting birth
through birth defects
throughout the nation,
has 57, With one juM 0|
the pediatric wing of
Memorial Hospital.
Mrs. Crane emphasu
workers who volunteer r the
Mothers' March need give al} an
hour of their time to thi
of Dimes in their own :
hood or in a nearby area
Sky Lake Has
Joint Meeting
A joint meeting of ss
Congregation and Sistertu
held Tuesday ev. nlng .1!
:ue
Program included a
Soviet Jevcrv. "The Prici
lence," with ns 1 ation b) I
G Robinson, and plans
auction to be In id J
Department and national
of Hadassah

Sholoma Group will Id
regular monthly luncheon eel
On Tuesday noon at the VI
Hotel finest speakers will
Doroth) Krieger Fink and -
Milton Sirkm in an inter '
discussion on matters 1
Israel. Mrs ,!,>-,>pn Ran
program chairman Mrs
Peinstein is president.
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+Jmtsi> Meridian
Page 7-B
Mrs. Matilda Washton (left)
ind Mrs. A. L. Glickman, her
laughter, discuss Mrs. VVash-
|on b annual Birthday Lunch-
jon set for next Tuesday
loon at th Fontainebleau
lotel.
Irs. Washton
igain to Host
lirthday Lunch
Once again, the Louis I Bran-
\\- Group of Hadassah will launch
annual Mat! e W ashton Birth
i\ Luncheon on Tuesday noon
|n li. ;ii the Fontainebleau Ho
this :- the tenth consecutive
il Mrs Washton has host
!u: birthdaj affair, donating
Ha lassah Medical
pitei in Israel.
She s identified there with (be
all f Healing Insci iption, Lib
[j Bell, !) il Chair, Mother
Child Pavilion, John F. Ken
iy Building, and this year with
Mose Shan't! Cancer Institute
the Hadassah-Hebrew Univer-
\ Medical Center.
lelping In this work is her
ghter, Mrs A I. Glickman.
In year, Mrs. Glickman ill
r Bin as chairman of initial
1- of the Women's Division "!
Combined Jewish Appeal
'ii- Elizabeth Steinbach is pies
I the Brandeia group.
Mrs. Glickman
Named to Chair
Initial Gifts
Mrs A L (Honey) Glickman
ha again accepted the chairman
ship the Women's Division (,f the 1967
Combined Jewish Appeal cam-
paign.
I ung active in CIA acti\ ities.
Mrs Glickman is a member of the
campai in cabinet of the Greal n
Miami Jewish Federation, and ir,
1965 served as Miami Beach chair
man <>f CJA's Women's Division
She has participated in the Initial
Gifts Division for many years.
served as chairman during last
year's drive, and for manj Mai-
has been active in the over-all
drive and annual luncheon
Mrs Glickman also participates
in the CJA Imperial House cam
paign as part of the Residence and
High-Rise Division, and is an ac
live member of the Federation of
Jewish Women.
Mrs Glickman is now planning
the Initial Gifts Division 'Fashion
plate Luncheon" scheduled for
Monday. IVh 20, at the Fontaine
bleau Hotel.
Comedian's Bock
To be Reviewed
Dr. Irving I el i man will review
the besl seller, "Everything but
Money,' by Sam Levenson, follow-
ing a 10 a.m. brunch at Ihe Tem-
ple Bmanu-El North Branch B
77th St. and Dickens Ave
Wednesday, Feb. 8.
The winter serii <>l DOOk-of thi
brunch review- featuring Dr. I
man. is sponsoi i d jointly bj th*
remple Emanu El Sisterhood and
PTA
Mrs. Deutsch New Sisterhood Prexy
Talk on Rabbi Salanter
Isaiah \ Adler, Jewish educator
and Talmud scholar, will be prin-
cipal speaker at the Flamingo Park
Jewish Liberal Group meeting on
Sunday slated for 1030 a.m.. at
13th st and Meridian Ave., sun
;-ct for the talk will be Rabbi Is-
tael Salanter, founder of stud} eth
us o| Judaism in Talmudical
Academies
Special Cantata
Is Highlight
Of Circle Meet
The Workman's Circle high-
lighted its weekly Fridaj cultural
program with the presentation of
"Yankele." a cantata written and
directed by Ben Yomen and Malke
Nashkin Fish! Nathkin narrated.
The program began at 8 p.m.,
at 84i! Washington Ave., the club's
headquarters. Louis Lasavin also
spoke on "Chassidism and its In-
fluences on Jewish Lite." Refresh-
ment- were served at the Oneg
Shabbal concluding the program.
Oneg Shabbats are neld every
Friday evening
New Leaders For
Israelite Center
Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan, spiritual leader of Sky Lake Syna- N,'u officers and board mem-
gcgue installed Mrs. Ralph Deutsch (center) as president of bers '" '' ""elite < enter
the Sisterhood and Mrs. Asheri Engelman. outqoinq president. *ta,led by Rabbi Avrom '- Drazin
at ceremonies here. dunn services last week
Headed by William Drucker,
president, slate include- \
Zisman, vice president and chair
man of the board. Max A Parness,
Ben Segal, vice presidents; Max
Garsbag, treasurer: Chester 11
Mr- Clare B Stanley, Mrs. i
Sonskv. secretaries; Lee Bryd
Allied Perl, sergeants-at-arms
Board <>i directors are Josi
Abramson, Morris Avion. Mrs
George Bitterman, Mrs Elsie Fi-
ner, Mr- Bessie Geltner. Harry
Karesh, Mrs Sol Koenigsberg, Jos
eph Krissel, Louis Rabinowitz, l>r
Seymour Rickle- Samuel R iss,
lIan.v B Schwartz, Meyer S i
Louis Sonskv. Max Swerdloff.
MRS. HENRY (JENNIE) SEITLIN
wishes to thank her many friends for their
good wishes and moral support given her at
a time when it was so much needed and
thus helping her on the road to recovery.
Rabbi Jonah F. (apian, spiritual
leader of Sky Lake Synagogue,
installed new Sisterhood officers
and board members during Fri-
day evening services
Succeeding Mrs Asheri Engel-
man, who has served as Sisterhood
president since Ihe Sisterhood was
organized in 1965. is Mrs Ralph
Deutsch Mrs Engelman has been
elected honorary president.
Inducted with Mrs Deutsch were
Mesdames Max Heimowitz, Bruce
Rosen, Paul Arak, vice presidents:
Norman I iebei man. publicity:
Stanley Kestin, honorary vice
president; Howard Roskin, treas-
urer; Alice Brown, Julius Kaplan,
.secretaries
On the li-t of board members
are Mesdames Louis Balaban, Her
man Schechter. Alois l.evinc. Rus
sell Scherfer, Leo Berman, Abra
ham Feid. Esther Gordon, Harry
Horowitz, Irving Laufer, Louis
Abramson, Norman Kaplan. Ben
Jacobson, Morris Weinberger, Don-
ald Picker. David I.itman. Manfred
Kaufman. Reba Ellis, Rose Nude I -
man and Julius Salitsky.
Mrs. Deutsch and her husband
came here from Brooklyn, N.Y., in
October. 1966 and live at 1530 NF
IWlst St.
When she served as president of
the Highway-West Brooklyn Chap-
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10.000 trees planted on the out
skirts of Jerusalem in honor of her
leadership and efforts in behalf
of Hadassah and Israel In l!)fi:<
the DeUtSChs attended the official
ceremonies and unveiling of the
plaque marking the Lillian
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1919 Purdy Avenue, Miami Beach
ADMIRAL VEE MOTEL
8000 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami
ANDREA HOTEL
6365 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
ANCHOR HOTEL
1587 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
ATOMIC LIGHTING, INC.
6780 S.W. 81st Terrace, Miami
NEIL BASIL'S GALLERIES
Imports Objects of Art Ivory
Seville Hotel, 2935 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
BELMAR RESORT MOTOR HOTEL
2613 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
BORINQUEN DRUG STORE
2700 N.E. 2nd Ave. Phone 377-4850
BARRY MOTORS
400 N.E. 167th Street, North Miami Beach
JIM BEARCE
Key Biscayne
GEORGE J. BERTMAN
940 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
BERNEY'S RESTAURANT
2691 N.W. 5th Avenue, Miami
BREAKWATER HOTEL
940 Ocean Drive, Miami Beach
CARILLON HOTEL
6801 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
CEEPO MANUFACTURING COMPANY
Coin Operated Car Wash
1111 W. 22nd Street, Hialeah
CENTRAL MOBILAIRE
1145 W. 35th Street, Hialeah
CLAUDE SOUTHERN CORPORATION
3950 N.W. 31st Avenue
CREDIT BUREAU OF GREATER MIAMI
160 N.E. 4th Street, Miami
CORAL CLEANERS
2093 Coral Way, Miami
DALLAS GLASS & MIRROR CO.
555 N.E. 87th Street, Miami
DOG HOUSE, INC.
407 Lincoln Road Mall, Miami Beach
DADE BROKERAGE CO.
4570 E. 10th Lane, Hialeah
EMBASSY HOTEL
2940 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
THE NEW EVERGLADES HOTEL
244 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami
FOLDOWN AWNINGS, INC.
Robert W. Buzzella, Pres.
1060 E. 33rd Street, Hialeah 691-4221
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6039 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
GUYS N' GALS, INC.
317 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
HELENE RESIDENTIAL HOTEL & APTS.
15th St., between Michigan & Lenox Aves., Ml
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1610 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
H&W CABINETS
1465 N.E. 129th Street, Miami
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1095 S.W. 67th Ave., Miami Tel. 666-0112
IMPERIAL ELEVATOR
MAINTENANCE CO.
P.O. Box 368, North Miami
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Pier 5, City Yacht Basin
KNICKERBOCKER MEATS
7770 N.W. 23rd Avenue, Miami
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1345 North Miami Avenue, Miami
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1 lb.. IVi ozs. Frozen Beef
4 ozs. Coffee
1 lb.. 8 ozs Chocolate
1 lb. Cocoa
8 ozs. Soup Mix
1 lb.. 4 ozs. Pineapple
1 lb., 4 ozs. Peache
11 ozs. Honey
1 lb. Dried Fruit
Can be ordered for designated relatives
and friends, or for Those who need a
friend (deliveries will go to families
recommended by rhf Israeli Ministry of
Welfare)
ISRAEL FAMILY FROZEN
FOOD PACKAGE $16.00
2 lbs. 4 ozs. Frozen Liver
2 lbs. 4 ozs. Frozen Tongue
4 lbs. 8 ozs. Frozen Sliced Beef
4 ozs. Instant Coffee
2 lbs. Chocolate
1 lb. Cocoa
8 ozs. Soup Mix
3 lbs. Rice
1 lb. 4 oz. Pineapple
3 lbs. Dried Fruit
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2 lbs. 4 ozs. Frozen Liver
2 lbs. 4 ozs. Frozen Tongue
2 ozs. Instant Coffee
1 lb. 8 oz. Chocolate
1 lb. Cocoa
8 ozs. Soup Mix
2 lbs. Rice
1 lb. 4 oz. Pineapple
2 lbs. Dried Fruit
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45 ozs. Beef in Natural Juices
20 ozs. Canned Salami
15 ozs. Veal in Natural Juices
15 ozs. Paprikash
10 ozs. Frankfurters
64 ozs. Rice i
24 ozs. Table Sugar
2 ozs. Instant Coffee
32 ozs. Chocolate
16 ozs. Cocoa
20 ozs. Pineapple
16 ozs. Figs
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1335 Alton Road, Miami Beach
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506 Dupont Plaza Center, Miami
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'550 W. 84th Street, Hialeah
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3340 N.W. 73rd Street, Miami
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1928 Purdy Avenue, Miami Beach
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8445 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami
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7130 N.W. 2nd Court, Miami
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5771 Sunset Drive, South Miami
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291 E. 2nd Street, Hialeah Phone 887-7543
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9700 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami
NATIONAL HOTEL
1677 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
NORTH SHORE GARAGE
7110 Abbott Avenue, Miami Beach
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13000 S.W. 63rd Avenue, South Miami
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534 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach
PAMPERED PUP
219 71st Street, Miami Beach
PITNEY-BOWES, INC.
2400 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami
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7141 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
W. T. RILEY, INC.
10471 S.W. 186th Lane, Perrine
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2154 N.W. 10th Avenue, Miami
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PACKAGE $18.25
30 ozs. Beef in Natural Juices
60 ozs. Veal in Natural Juices
20 ozs. Frankfurters
30 ozs. Tongue
30 ozs. Meatballs
40 ozs. Salami
20 ozs. Chocolate
16 ozs. Cocoa
4 ozs. Coffee
20 ozs. Pineapple
16 ozs. Shelled Walnuts
64 ozs. Assorted Dried Fruits
RED LION RESTAURANT & LOUNGE
8495 S.W. 132nd Street, Miami
ROC-LIN PEST CONTROL
549 West Avenue, Miami Beach
REX ENGRAVING
63 N.W. 6th Street, Miami
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251 N.W. 22nd Lane, Miami
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110 20th Street, Miami Beach
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DECORATION & DESIGN
50 N.E. 40th Street, Miami
SEA ISLE HOTEL
3001 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
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3526 N.W. 17th Avenue Phone 635-6471
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16200 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
MR. WILLIAM W. SHAYNE
S. Bay Arms Apts., 125 S.E. 12th Street, Miami
SEMINOLE TILE CO.
2150 N.W. 32nd Avenue, Miami
TESCOTT FLOOR COVERING ,
1439 Alton Road, Miami Beach
TEXTILE PRODUCTS
560V N.W. 35th Avenue, Miami
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*Jewish ncridiain
Friday, January 20, 1967
So e ialitc ... L\f S s abet Cf
rove
The Zim Lines SS Shalom is planninq a 37-day cruise to Israel
on Mar. 1 and a 42-day cruise Apr. 7 for Passover. Last of the
Shalom's trips this season throuah the Caribbean from Miami
will be Jan. 6, with some 400 localite aboard. The Shalom
made her inaugural arrival at Port Everglades on Nov. 17.
Presentation of plaques on that occasion show (left to right)
Paul Biro, manager, passenger ships division of Zim Lines;
Capt. Avner Freudenbera (center); and Dick Bassinger (right),
commissioner. Port Everglades.
Hebrew Scholar
In Beach Lecture
Dr. Abraham I Katsh, director
t the Institute of Hebrew Studies
i New York University, will speak
efore all Jewish teachers on
Wednesday evening, Jan. 25. ac-
cording to announcement of Albert
Ossip. president of the Bureau
Jewish Education.
Dr. Katsh will speak at Temple
I eth Sholom at 8:15 p.m. on "Ar-
abs and Jews Islam and Juda-
iii His talk will be the second
i i a series of teacher training ses-
ins sponsored by the Bureau.
Dr. Katsh joined the NYU fae-
U ty in 1933, where he introduced
-he first course in Hebrew taught
n a modern university. Dr.
Hie Chair of Hebrew Culture and
Education and was promoted to
rrofessor in 1947.
Dr. Katsh founded the Jewish
t alture Foundation and establish-
ed the Library of Judaica and He
i aica which now has a collection
ii over 25.000 rare volumes, esti-'
mated to be worth over SI million.
While in Russia. Dr. Katsh ar-
ranged for microfilming of thou-
sands of manuscripts and rare doc-
i nentS Of Judaica until then un-
stable to Western scholars.
Last year, he was appointed the
Dade Delegation
At PTA Meeting
Members of Dade County's dele-
t tion to the state legislature, both
bi nators and representatieys, will
be invited to attend the meeting of
i e Dade County Council of Parent-
Taacher Associations on Wednes-
day, Jan. 25. 10 a.m., at Robert E.
I e Junior High School. 3100 MW
5ih Ave
Outlining the programs of the
F oiida Education Association for
He needs of the Florida school
system will be George Dabbs. pres-
ident of the statewide teachers
Mrs. David S Miller, legislation
chairman for the Dade County
< nincil of Parent Teacher Associ-
ations, will give a report on the
legislative conference held earlier
this month in Tallahassee. Mrs.
Martin Itubinstein will preside at
the session.
the home of their daughter and
son-in-law, Hope and Bernard
Reiter, 1550 SW 31st Ave. ... it
was a surprise party for the hon-
orees, with local and out-of-town
family and friends attending .
Among those present were Helen
and Gloria Basils, Betty and Al
Sholer, Wolfe and Mollie Sklair.
Bernard and Jean Olin, Hy and
Rozalind Reiter. Mildred and
Glen Carlson. Stella Schoen,
Dave and Elsie hVmick. of Fall
River. Mass.. GUSSie and Nathan
Shapiro, of New York. Irving and
Korky Sklair. of Waukeegan, III
. The Nurens, winter residents
for the past 20 years, have two
daughters, Mope Reiter of Miami,
and Rita Shore of Wyneote. Pa
six grandchildren, and arc ex-
pecting a great-grandchild any
day.
* *
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bernstein,
of the Southgate Apartments,
celebrated their golden anniver-
sary on Jan, 14 Although
they made their home in Chicago
until moving permanently to Mi-
ami Beach six year- ago, the
couple have traveled extensively
since 1945, when he retired from
business ... In addition, both
are active in a number of com-
munal and fraternal organize
tions.
Traditional musical soiree host
ed annually on New Year's Day
hy Esther Barrett at her home.
2810 SW lfith Ter., attended hy
Continued from Page 5-B
stable Leonard Weinstein hosted
a dinner party at the Embers for
Judge Al Sapcrstein celebrating
his retirement from the bench.
Ann and Phil Abrams, of 1425
Alegiiano. motored to Macon.
Ga., to visit with children Carol
and Donald Marder. and to greet
new granddaughter. Debra Lynn,
born Jan. 10 New deb joins
Bister Sheryl Robin 3, and broth-
er Scott Harvey 17 mos. Pa-
ternal grandmother of the young
trio is Mrs. Berta Marder. of
Coral Gables, great-grandparent-.
Mrs. Sonia Brodes. of Miami
Beach, and Gableites. Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Pawliger.

Newcomers to this area who
now have a newcomer of their
own. the former Patricia Michael
is and Michael Gruber, parents
of Elise Margaret born Dec. 25
... A Columbia University grad-
uate, and recipient of a govern-
ment grant, the new daddy is
working on an MA degree in
marine biology at the University
of Miami Spouse Fats BA
degree is from Bernard College
in New York Here to do all
the spoiling attribued to grand
parents. Mrs. Gladys Michaclis.
frequent visitor, of Manhattan
Fiftieth wedding anniversary
celebrated by Saul and Sadie
Nuren. of Fall River. Mass.. at
Menorah Ladies
Plan Luncheon
Temple Menorah Sisterhood will
hold its annual "Stairway to the
Stars" luncheon Wednesday noon.
Feb. 1. in the Silver Chimes Room
of the Carillon Hotel.
Skit by members of the Sister-
hood, directed by Mrs. Norman
Shapiro, program chairman, will
be featured following the lunch-
Mrs Ben Krovirz is chairman of 37 Women Receive Service Citations
the luncheon. Mrs. Jack Segal is
ticket chairman. Mrs. Jerome Kim-
mel is chairman of prizes, and lira.
Edward Schuman is president of
Sisterhood.
many of this areas most talented
artists Taking turn- as per-
formers and then as audience,
Emilia Estivill. violinist, Astko
Tomita. Japanese lltJH Cantor
Hordecai Yardenl, 8yd skoisky.
accordionist-singer, soprano Iris
Lane, and Michl Gibson. Yiddish
character actor, with the hostess
ai the piano Gueats content
to be entertained included Mi-
ami Mr- Philip Thau, Ruth Brot-
man, Gil Bappaport, Mrs. Gibson
Mrs Yardeni. Artist Mrs. Anne
Beck, the Marvin Rosens. Mrs
Helen Roller, contralto. Mr. and
Mrs. John Freliech, Mr and Mrs
Max Matyas, Mr. and Mrs Rob-
ert Levitch, Mrs. Daniel Broad
Mr. and Mrs. Amu Levitch. Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Schwartz, the
Michael Shehans The satis-
fying musical fare was supple-
mented by an equall) Batisfyin .
buffet supper.
Twas happy birthday for ( y
Cohen. 01 Miami Beach wh l was
guesl ol honor at an Embers R'-s
taurant dinner party hosted by
N. II. Darskj Among those
offering the honoree good wishes
I health and many happj re
turns were Mrs Dorothea Cohen
Dr. and Mrs. Mom- 1. Parker.
\ isitors from Chicago
That was a large and happ>
group having dinner recently
with hostess Mrs Sell a Lev)
beaming al her guests from the
seal of honor.
Mrs. Kimmel
Mrs. Shapiro
first director of the Institute of,
Hebrew Studies in the Graduate i
School of tne Washington Square
College section in Hebrew Ian-
guage and literature of New York
University.
I
In 1949, he organized the New
York University Workshop on
Israel Life and Culture, the first
such American group, and later
established a workshop in Israel
for scholars and clergymen.
Since 1902 he has been conduct-'
ing intensive educational programs
in Israel for American professors
of Biblical Hebrew.
Dr. Katsh has written and edit-
ed more than 300 articles for pro-
fessional publications and over 12
books, including "Judaism and Is-
lam,"' "Hebraic Contributions to
American Life." and "Hebrew
Language and Culture in Amciican
Higher Education."
Dr. Katsh will be introduced by-
Louis Schwartzman, executive di-
rector of the Bureau of Jewish
Education.
Gyson Radio
Show on Air
Sam Gyson radio program re-
turns to the Greater Miami enter
tainment scene on Saturday night
when the program will be aired
regularly over WMBM and WGOS
FM from the new restaurant at
Forte Towers, high-rise apartment
complex at 1100 West Ave., Miami
Beach.
Among the first night's guests
will be Stephen (Steve) Carner,
president of the Carner Bank of
Miami Beach.
Thirty-seven senior hostesses
will receive citations in recogni-
tion of volunteer services at the
Stage Door Canteen of the Miami
Beach Servicemen's Center when
awards are distributed on Friday
evening.
To receive honor for ten or
more years service are Mrs. Mar
garet L. MacKay. Mrs. Hattie Mil-
am, Mrs. Ruth Randin. Mrs. Sylvia i
Flaum. Mrs. Dorothy Shultz, Mrs.
Lena Kapnick, Mrs. Esther Suss
man, Mrs. Ann Richard. Mrs. Bet-
ty Seligson, Mrs. Mollie Kohn,
Mrs Kate Goldman and Mrs. Mary
Babbitt.
For five to ten years, service
awards will po to the following:
Mrs. Dorothy Sutton. Mrs. Claire
Zapalsky, Mrs. Etta Siempel. Mis
Bessie Stone, Mrs Irene Rosen-
blum. Mrs. Lenore Berman, Mrs
Bess Cohen. Mrs Jennie Rouss
man, Mrs. Rose Winick. Mrs. Sumi
Morrison. Mr- Sylvia Lev inc. and
Mrs. Frieda Footer Gorin
From one to five years service
Mrs. Bea Marcu-, Mr- Rose ROSS
Mrs. Estelle Greenfield. Mrs. Sel-
ma Tasman. Mrs Felice Herman.
Mrs Goldie Zelke. Mr- Rose Rob
ins. Mrs. Charlotte Rosenberg Mrs
Claire Klinghoffer. Mrs Vivienne
Katz, Mrs. Joyce Arceneaux. Mrs
Ann Fellerman, and Mrs. Roberta
Kellogg D/ubin.
Citations will be presented by
coordinator. Mrs. Rose Field Klein
Sisterhood Sees
Presentation
University of Miami Ring The
atre presented "Tevya's Daugh
ters" at a dinner meeting of Tem-
ple Beth Am Sisterhood on Wed
nesday evening.
Mrs. Murray Lipinsky and Mrs
Phillip Brass were in charge of
arrangements. Mrs. George Malin
is president.
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Jenisti Meridian

Paqe 11-B
UNIVERSITY PARTICIPANTS
Mrs. Sidney Lewis (second from right), a na-
il board member of National Council of
h Women, and past president of Greater
Miami Section, receives this year's Hannah G.
Soicmon Award, the sculpture, "Head of a
. g Girl from last year's winner, Mrs.
Aaron Farr, at Greater Miami Section's com-
i meeting and luncheon Jan. 11 at the
Everglades Hotel. Looking on (left) is Mrs.
a Oppenheim, president of Greater Mi-
ami Section, and Mrs. Joseph Willen (right),
national president cf NCJW, who was quest of
honor and principal speaker at the affair at-
tended by some 300 menuets cf Greater Mi-
ami Section. The Hannah G. Solcmnn Award
is presented to a person "who has distinguish-
ed herself in the area cf disadvantaged vouth
and or who has made known the unmet needs
of the community and found ways -n which
they can be met."
TAKES POST FOR SECOND TERM
Airs. Glasser at Urban League Helm
M i oui* (Bess) Glasser was to
led for a -second term ;is
nl of Greater Miami Urban
ae, a United Fund agency, of
huh she was one of the founders
23 yi ago Dr Royal W. Pur-
i ir, president of Florida Memo-
iul College, was to conduct cere-
the League's annual meet-
i liursdaj evening, Jan. in,
n VVolfson Auditorium. Temple
israi !
**tI ers to be installed arc
nts, Sen Henry P.
I R ibinson, <;< orge W.
Dr. Gilbert Portei sec
Mrs Eugenia Mitchell;
Stewart Kohn.
Dr II. Franklin Williams, dean
1 College of tbe Uni-
Miami, was to be guest
Musical program was to
led by the choral group
lackson Senior High. Hen
Green is in charge of arrange-
i
MRS. LOUIS GLASStR
YMHA Senior Citizens in Joint Luncheon
To Install Officers Sunday Afternoon
installation of the Golden
* e Friendship Club, Social Sen-
th Count} Senior Cit-
endship Club, plus a gala
r> celebration, will be
1 p m.. m the main
the Y\l ..nd WHA of
> iami, 8300 s\\ 8th St.
"ii WH] be served.
1 i ighting the afternoon will j
etings from Paul FaskeJ
' ol the YMHA, and the
on of officers bj Efraim
executive director. In ad-
th Miami Golden \
ship Club is celebrating tbe
1 niversary of Its founding.
1 ers to be installed for
1 Age Friendship Club are
sdent, Mrs Bessie Aronoff;
vice president, Jack Caleb-
nd trice president. How-
ard Faber; third vice president.
Vnn Jacobs; recording seen'
'X Mrs. Florence I{< tsjs.
Mrs. Belle IL Her.
''"''' Abraham Berrin; fin
;i1 secretary, Israel Rutman;
Max Dn>! I. Morris Gol-
Dr. Max Wiahnaf.
1 aunty: President. Mrs
>man KU.in: firs, vice president,
William Kimmel; second vice
"'-'dent. William Debin; record-
etary, Mrs. Sadie Kern;
' responding and social secreUn
" Irving Schneider; treasurei
Mrs. Celia Reich; chaplain, Ben
Salk; sergeant-al arms, William
Kimmel; honorarj president, Mrs.
Sarah Madison.
Social President, Mrs.
Florence Rosenbaum; vice presi
d< nt. program, Mi Harry Gordon;
\ ice ent, Belle Saizberg;
treasurer, Rose Kasser; Financial
ecretary, Sarah Balber; secretary,
Tillie Konigsb
Dinner chairman is Sam Heel
Working on the dinner committee
are Mrs. Max l)i tsd, Israel Hut
man, Max Wishner, Men Kat/, .lack
Calchman, Bessie Aronoff, Mr. and
Mrs. William Kimmel, Mis Sarah
Madina and .Mrs. Hyman Klein.
Burdine's Names
New Consultant
Henriette M. Granville has hecn
appointed home merchandising
consultant at Burduae's, it was an-
nounced by Joseph F Brooks, vice
president and general merchandise
manager
Miss Granville comes to Bur
(line's with a background in de
partment store home furnishings
merchandising, marketing and de-
si tfHng consultant for furniture
drapery and upholster) firms, in
her capacity at Burdine's, she will
n port to Brooks, merchandising
head of Burdine's Home Store.
Beth Tfilah
Elects Officers
Paul P. Weiss has been installed
recently as president of Congrega-
tion Beth Tfilah, 989 Euclid Ave .
Miami Beach.
1 .(ted to serve with Weiss have
been Israel (ireenheiu. first vice
president: Max Tauger, second vice
president; Louis Merwitser, treas
tircr: Joseph Medoff, financial sec-
retary; and Sidney Shapiro, record-
in secretary.
The new officers were installed
hy Rabbi Joseph B. Rackovaky,
spiritual leader of the synagogue
YIVO FORUM
I" Sat., Jan. 21, 8 p.m.
NEW QUARTERS
Temple Beth Sholom
4144 Chase Ave., MB.
Guat Speaker
DR. NATHAN SUSKIND
fash!** Univ. & City ColWge, N.Y
Subject
"THE FUTURE OF JEWISH
YOUTH IN AMERICA"
Mizrach i Panel A t
All-Fla. Confab
Mrs. Glasser noted that "the dan-
ger that faces civil rights in lh<
year ahead is not Black Power o,
white backlash, hut the apathy ol
the Negro masses at the hoi Ion
ol the economic ladder, and the in
difference ol whites who aie coi,
cerncd with their own daily rou
tines.
The Urban League believe;
that extremism, whether in the
fi i in ot black nationalism or white
m. is not a virtue hut a vice,
aid Mis. Glasser, "Much as wt
a e aware of the wide sap lha
exists between Negro and whit*
unemployment, housing and othei
indices of poverty, we must ne>
ertheless exert eery effort to pre
vent irresponsible sloganeering
lioodluniisiii. or wanton violence
from scarring the lace of Miami.
"We believe in the militancj ol
facts, rather than in MolotOV cock
tails," she said. "Research and
tacts are important tools used bj
our professional staff. The I'rhan
I eague demonstrates every day
that Negroes and whites can work
together for the advancement of.
all Americans, in so doing, we
make a contribution not only to
the Negaoes of Greater Miami, hut
also to the community as a whole."
Drs. ll Franklin Williams, Sam
i.! Ersofi ami Jess Spirer will he
lanelists in a forum discussion on
"A Bridge Between Generations
set for Sunday. Jan. 2!). it p in at
the Kontainehleau Hotel.
The three University ol Miami
faculty members will be featured
it a symposium sponsored bj local
chapters of the Mizrachi Women's
Organization of America.
The function will serve as a
memorial tribute to the late Mr-.
Bessie Gotsfeld, founder of .\ii'
rachi Women, according to .Mi-
\ifierl Stone, coordinator in Flor-
i;i nl i he c .am/a! ion's progl a ma
Guest ol honor at the all Florida
L'onlerence will he newly-elected
national president. Mrs. Aaron
Leifer, ol Brooklyn, N Y
Mi Leil ha- served w ith dis
linction a- chairman of the na-
tional hoard of the organization,
which maintains and educates
than 9.000 children in voca-
tional schools and children's vil-
ages in Israel
The Sunday night fomin will he
the opener lor a two day confer-
nc' ses on
Monday morning, .Ian. 30. there
a ill he workshop sessions to bring
ncmbers up to date with develop
nents in Israel. At a luncheon ses-
urn. Mrs. Leifer will pay tribute
o these presidents of local chap
ers:
Mrs Hyman Kolko. Mrs Rachel
iaU l.aulcr. Mrs. Simon April.
Irs. Biinard Gelbert, Mrs Saiita
.ainii. Mrs. Jonah Kaplan.
'.aw Offices Relocated
a Budd Cutler anounces the re
ocation ol Ins law offices to Suite
00, Dupont Plaza (enter. Miami
f ^^1
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MRS. AARON IE.FEP.
Abrahams to Talk
On Africa Jews
Harold Schenk. owner and opt
Btor of the Sharon Motel, this we,
announced that Samuel Ahrahan-
lawyer, writer and world-traveli
will address the Jan. 20 Oneg Sha
bat service on "An Orthodox Je
Experiences Africa." The progra .
will begin at 9 p.m.
Abrahams will discuss his rece l
experiences in the Jewish comm
nities of sub-Sahara Africa, l
spent four months iii ins trave -
through 20 African nations.
Abrahams is a New York att<
ne> and author His hook on II
Law of the American Family" H
be published shortly
The Sharon Hotel is on tl
front at 20th St
THE OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
OF
THE HEBREW ACADEMY
mourn the passing of their Beloved
Pauline M. Grundwerg
A DEVOTED FOUNDER OF THE HEBREW ACADEMY
LIFE MEM3ER, AN IMMA AND TRUSTEE
OF THE HEBREW ACADEMY WOMEN
and express deepest sympathy
to her family
whose grief ihey share.
L0U:S MCRW1TZER
President
Hebrew Academy
MRS. MORTON LIEBERMAN
Pres/'denf
P. T. A.
MRS. SAM ROSNER
Presi'Jent
Hebrew Academy Women
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Friday. January 20, 1967
Jewish National Fund Tag Day will be held
Sunday, Jan. 22, in Greater Miami. At a plan-
ning function el the annual event ere (left to
right) Mr*. Mollv Skell, Mrs. Jacob D. Davis,
chairman for the past 12 years, Zev W. Kogan,
Jacob C. Fishman, Mrs. Eva Blum, and Miss
fiannah Finn, co-chakmen. Mis. Rose Marcus,
Mrs. Tessie Kirson, Mrs. Sarah Rubel, Mrs.
ianr.ie Weiner and Miss Finn received
awards for the:r "outstanding achievements
during last year's Tag Day." Joseph Cohen is
president of the JNF Council of Greater Miami.
Layman's Award
To Mrs. Leiter
Th'.' Dade I 'ountj M \-- >
ciation has select I Mrs I :
1 eitei to receive the "Layman's
Award" for the year !i.:;
Mrs. Leiter was pre sen tod with
a plaque at a dinner held on Jan.
3 ..' the Everglades Hotel, where
she and Mr. Leiter were quests of
the evening.
Mrs Leiter was cited for "devo-
tion and untiring efforts on behalf
cf the Heart Association of Greater
Miami." where she is serving as
vice president, as well as Heart
Sunday chairman for the seventh
year.
Dr. Charles Hudson, president of
the American Medical Association,
was guest speaker. Among the
r. any gu< sts who attended was Dr
Maurice I^szlo. chairman of the
ds con mlttee.
e M. Greenfield, pres-
the Dade C tunty Medical
ion, made the presentation
ter.
Mrs I., iter is also a member of
I tc here she
I served on the board of direc-
: and as pi i sid< it of the Dora
Stein Sisterhood.
Local MV Leaders in Capital CARfiH Chcpter
Dines in Stages
Mrs. Arthur Lee, pieident. Jew-
VVai \. tei.. is, !'i | artment of
an i Mrs. .',; X Kern, na-
:.i conductress, are in Wash
ington, D.C., to attend the Jan.
20 national education conference
meeting there.
Sheeters Mark
60th Anniversary
Max W. Temchin. president of
the Minyona'res Synagogue, de-
clared Jan. 7 as "Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Shacter Shabbos" in honor
of their 60th wedding anniversary.
Cantor Louis Cohen conducted a
special service for the occasion,
and a Kiddush was served in honor
of the Shacters. A large turnout of
is, members and relatives
came to join in the celebration.
Tifereth Jacob Luncheon
On .. from 11:30 to 2
F m., the Si <
rih Jacob hosted the first
I ies of lunch ons
Educator Talks
At PTA Meet
Abraham J. Gittelson. education
director of Beth Torah Congrega
tion, was to be speaker at the first
of three of North County YMHA
PTA meetings. He was to speak
on the "Jewish Child and His
Family."
The meeting was to be held at
the home of Mrs. Arthur Cohen.
PTA chairman, on Thursday. 8:30
p.m.. at 18101 NE 10th Ave.
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mi Monday. 8 p.m., in Washington
Federal, 1234 Washington Ave.
Mrs. Julius Rubinstein, president.
will conduct the meeting. A mu-
sical program Will ho presented by
Mr. ana Mrs. Philip Levitan.
Aviva Chapter will hold a kosh-
er chicken luncheon and card par-
ly on Monday. Jan. 30. at noon,
n Washii *ton Federal, 699 NE
107th St Mrs. Joseph Low) is
chapter president.
*
Golda Mc-ir Chapter will hold its
next on W<
day, I > m. in Washington Fed-
eral, 1234 Washington Ave Mrs
.-ibiaham Seltzer has annoui
that the meeting will !>< dedicated
to the observance of Tu B'Sheval
Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff will speak
on "Tu B'Shevat in Anwenl and
Modern Times," and "65 Years of
Jewish National Fund." Mrs. Maiy
Kleinman, JNF chairman, will be
In charge of the program Hosting
the social hour will be Mesdames
Sarah Rosen, Anna Brodsky, and
Gussie Fellman.
BBW Halikvah
Meets at Beach Y
Hatil \ ter, B i li B'rith
Women, I i ar teetin
the YMHA Auditorium. 1536 Bay
Rd.. on Tuesday, ; p.ra <. inducl d
by pre^i-ii t ". Mr.- Gerl ide S 1
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Lorber Chapter of the Children's
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Jan. 28.
Chairman. Mrs. Morgan Levy,
and co-chairman. Mrs. John Key-
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begin with cocktails and hors
d'oeuvres at the home of Dr. and
Mrs. Ralph Leidner. continue at',
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Harris for dinner, followed by
coffee, dessert, and entertainment
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ger-
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The chapter's annual goal of
S10.000 to CARIH helps to main-
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residence at the center, and to sup-
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Friday. January 22, 1367
fJenist Meridian
Page 13-B
Sfaven Carlin
^Jrlitz\>alt
[atthe Mr. and
.y D nnis Carlin. will become
i Vfitzvah on Saturday, Jan. 21.
r Ti m
.,. an honor student in
, :r;u!.' f Nautilus Jim
High and a member of the
, i ub n<- plays the guitar
ted in outdoor sports
ml will be honored at
i Sirkin Hall follow-
ice.
and Mi Ephraim M
Steve i andftarents,
from N York for the

*
Lauren Baros
. ah aurcn Terri,
Mi .1 Wil-
observed
- bath .'an 21,
th Am
an 1. r student at
I mior Hi h and Temple
r h Hi brew School she i^
nf her Sal ath school
tn active member of
N.-.tioi Temple
accomplish \\ equestri-
also a b latins enthusiast.
Festival continues at
V. melco's Patkway Theatre
from Sunday through next
Tu Jan. 22 to 24 fea-
turing Greta Garbo and Mel-
vyn Douglas in "Ninotchka."
Pound.ng out the evening of
laughs will be the Marx
:hers and Mae West in
"Go West." Other Garbo
scheduled are "Cam-
starring Miss Garbo
.'chert Taylor, on Jan.
28; and "Grand Hotel,"
Miss Garbo and John
'-<-1 Barry more, on Jan.
j I to 31. "Penelope," starring
Wood. Dick Shawn,
nathan Winter-, is fea-
tured at the Miami. Miracle,
163rd Street Theatres
g Friday. Murderer's
in color featuring
'-a" Martin and Ann Mar-
\ opened at th- Carib on
ednesday.
rand i othei oJ th Has Mitz-
vah, Mrs Ann Jacobs and Mrs.
Ruth Baros. both oi Miaini, will
hi- guests of honor.
Kiddush in honor of the cele-
brant will follow the c
and a reception and dinner will be
held at the i: ... lea Hotel on
Saturday evening.
* *
Michael Jan Garber
hael Jan, son ol ". s. Phyllis
Garber. 951 NU 2c Ith St will be-
C Bai '..!/' !. ll ..;,' !
B'nai Raphael Jan
2\
Mi< hat'. is a set mth ;ra le stu-
dent at No land High and
s in1
art.
A Kidd the c< le
; illow th
v. Marj G n iternal
tthar, o; Phils ..-.. I'a.
will i ;
Gary Hercfeld
Garj Lest i son of Mr and Mrs.
I, 17613 S
No Miami Beach, will be Bar
h the Satui rning
ervices, Jan. 21, tdath
Yeshurun.
Garj is a seventh tdent
:lor High.
His u tei ests are mics and
citizen nd radio. His m-
t is SI :
.'
:
the Sa u< daj
>:.'. Gran Mr
.; I Ri (.1
Hills, N ". and Mi a Jules
I
the ( ccasion.
The ml will be honored
at a reception and dinner Satur-
# *
Sandra Liftl
Sandra Evan, daughter of Mr
and Mr- William L 370 SW
27th Rd., will becomi tfitzvah
at Beth David (on in on
Friday, Jan 20
Si ndra is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Shenandoah High, and has
been attending Beth Dau i Congre-
gation for the past seven years.
She i- interested in swimming and
surfing
Mrs. Sophie Winitz, grandparent
'. Sandra, will attend the services
and Oneg Shabbat given in honor
of the celebrant.
* *
Richard Coleman
Richard Mark, son ol Mr and
Mrs Arnold Coleman. 460 NE
178th St No. Miami Beach, will
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th Israel on Saturdav. Jan.
21,
Richard i- ,.,, f.
Kennedy Junior Huh. and is in-
i in football, baseball and
I asketball.
Air and Mrs. Coleman will host
the Kiddush following the services

Steve Brodkin
Steve, son of Mr. and Mrs Rob-
' : tO til.-
i Saturd n Jan
i- an eighth grade student
at Rockw High and is
interested in sports
Mr and Mrs Br< Ikin will host
the Kiddush following the services
in honor of the ei
Stevi is th Ison of Mr.
ar Mrs Murraj Brodkin, Mrs.
Adele Connell, and Hyman Potash
Jeffrey Zeskind
' : : Alan wl Mitz-
S it irday,
21
Mrs Stai
Zeskind. 7330 SW 133rd Ter he
is in the seventh grade at Palmetto
Junior High and participates In the
sport 5 pro at the school. He
is also interested in weightlift
Jeffrey will continue on with his
tcation through con-
fii mation.
His par >nts will host the Kid
in his In.nor followii 4 the
,':, m mj
Phyllis Breilbart
ter of Mr and Mrs.
itbart, will
tzvah :t Beth M
on Friday evening,
Jan 2
l h; .' an eighth era 1
' is Jefferson Junior
plays flute in the
. the
c iss at
Hosh I ous School and i- also
of Young Judai
On at followii th< serv-
h d in Popiel -
1 1 s| insored"!
Institute Topic
h 'God Today'
At Temple Israel
Dr. Lou II Sllberman, profess f
of Jewish literature and thought at
*h* Divinity School of Yanderbilt
I'nivers'ty. will he Greenfield
Adult Institute lecturer on Sun-
day morning at Temple Israel of
1.] 1 al>-: Miami.
One of the leading Reform Jew*
ih theologians, Dr Silberman will
speak on "Hoes God Reveal Him-
self to Us Today?"
He has writt.n extensively on
theology in most of the major
Jewish reviews, and is quoted
extensively in such volumes as
the Universal Jewish Encyclo-
pedia.
Dr. Silberman was ordained by
the Hebrew Unioi in 1941,
occupied
Omaha t>' fore retu nil
Union College as an instructor
has been professor if re
V inderbilt since I95S
Cc.I.ns to Speak At Civic League
Sell -of the
eague will
sports r a v, Back recep-
and banqui I r former Gov
. Collins
at the Algiers H
Gov Collil
fore the Miami B
hi inai in 1956, will
revisit Miami Beach once again as
zuest of honor at the Scholarship
Foundal on's annual dinner
Mac Goldberg, president of the
Scholarship Foundation, and
Chairman of the dinner commit
te?, announced that this year the
Civic League has added four
$500 paramedical scholarships
to encourage enrollment in
courses for nurses and medical
technicians.
These para-medical scholar-
ships, added to the eight $500
scholarships we award lo M
Beach Senior Huh School, st Pat-
Hebrew Aca lemy,
will ma 11 tal >i 12 scholarships
this yeai lid Goldberg
Ralph Renick, head of the WTVJ
\ews Departm nt, has accepted
the task as t istmaster and master
if cei e mi -
Ju'1. ing Cypen, past pres
ident oi the Civic Lea [ue, will in-
troduce the former Governor.
Temple to Install
At Sunday Dinner
Tempi.' Beth Raphael will hold
a jo'nl installation of Sisterhood
and Men'.- Club officers on Sun-
day, m at the Sharon Ho-
tel Jack Kubel is in charge of
ticket- for the affair.
Temple president, Abe Wagner
has announced that a drive is on
to enroll 50 new life members on
roster by Apr. 15.
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fkwisl Fk>ri Friday, January 20. 1967
Yiddishist in Talk
At Yivo Forum
Saturday Night
Dr. Nathan Susskind will be
guest speaker al the weekly meet
ins of the Yivo Forum on Satur-
day, 8 p.m., at Temple Beth Sho-
lom.
Dr. Susskind will discuss "Fu-
ture of Jewish Youth in America."
Dr. Susskind is professor of
Germanic language and literature
at the Collee of the City of New
York, and is also director of the
institute of Yiddish Lexicology.
The Yivo Forum is a weekly
feature of the Yivo Committee of
l Greater Miami.
At Temple Emanu-El Solomon Schechter Day
School when the Greater Miami Philharmonic
Society gave a special performance recently.
Displaying a keen interest in the beautiful
nstruments are Michael, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Oscar Levine; Cynthia, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Cowan; Diane, daughter of Mr.
:tnd Mrs. Hubert Buchwald; Daryl, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Hank Meyer; and Ira, son of
Dr. and Mrs. Oscar Levine. The helpful musi-
cians are Julius Martisak Leon Hammei. Vit-
torio Colombo and Alfredo Baldassari. Mrs.
Seymour Alterman, chairman of the Women's
Division of the Greater Miami Philharmonic
Society, arranged the performance for the
youngsters.
DINNER COMMITTEE HARD AT WORK
Chabad Fete Eyes Success
Working to insure the success
0] the silver anniversary banquet
oi Chabad la a large committee of
Greater Miami Jewish communal
leaders, under the chairmanship of
Miami Beach attorney. Norman
Ciment.
Sunday night's 836-a-COUple din
ner at the Deauvllle Hotel, sched-
uled for 6 p.m.. with a cocktail
reception preceding at 5 p.m.. is
under the co-chairmanship of Mi-
ami Beach Councilman Joseph W
Malek and Michael Sossin.
At a final committee breakfast
held this week at Waldman's
Hotel, Malek surprised his wife,
Rochelle, by making her a life
member of Chabad with a con-
tribution towards the dinner of
$1,000. Sossin, honoree at last
year's Lubavitch dinner, immedi-
ately added $1,000 of his own.
Judi;e Eugene J. Weiss and Wil-
liam G. Mechanic are honorary
Chairmen for the function, with
Rabbi Abraham Korf. executive di .
rector, and Gerald Schwartz, pub
lie relations coordinator.
Members of the rabbinical com-
mittee include Rabbis Jonah Cap-
Ian, A. S. Gross. David I.ehrfieki.
Meyer Lieberman, Joseph K. Back
ovsky. Dov Rosencwaig, Abraham
Safra, Solomon Schiff, She1 win
Stauber, Tibor S. stern, s T. Swir-
sky, Pinchus A Weberman, Berel
Wein and S. B. Weiss
Committee vice chairmen in-
clude Samuel Alter. Abe Aranoff.
Andre Bialolenki, Phillip Brafman,
Abraham Dlatt, Ernest Field, Har-
ry Katz. Isiclor II Kramer. Dr.
Sydney Levine. Morton 11. May
berg, Bruce Richman. Harry Ros-
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Schachno and Jacob Schacter
Women's committee co-chair-
men are the Mesdames Abe Ara-
noff, Abraham Korf, Rachel
""atz, Isidor H. Kramer, Sidonia
Rosenbloom, Rifka Safra, Abra-
ham Dlatt, Abner Esterman,
Sydney Levine, Morton Mayberg,
Sam Schachno and Abraham J.
Safra.
Committee members include
living Allen. Jack Ciment. Henry
Groudan, Abraham Grunhut. Moses
Grundwerg, Milton Kahn. Dr. Don-
ald Kass. the Rev. J. D. Katz, Max
Krasno, S. Koch. Theodore Levy
Isidore Spotter. Max Tauger. Dr.
Isaac Unterman, Jose L. Vitkinas
nnd Phillip Weiss.
Carl Alpert Due Here
For Talks on Technion
Paul Scofield stars as Thom-
as More in "A Man for All
Seasons," which opens Jan.
26 at the Coral Theatre.
There will be tw<"> shows
daily, 2 and 8:30 p.m., with
all seats reserved. Premiere
performance will be f->r the
benefit of the Dade County
Chapter of the March of
Dimes. Appearing with Sco-
field will be Wendy Hiller,
Leo McKern. Robert Shaw,
and Orson Welles. The Col-
umbia Pictures presentation
is from the play by Robert
Bolt in technicolor.
Carl Alpert, executive vice
chairman of the board of govern-
ors of the Technion-Israel Institute
of Technology, arrived in Miami
Beach Wednesday to confer with
local and national leaders of the
American Technion Society.
Alpert will remain at the Di-
Lido Hotel for several days, map
ping plans for a national conclave
of Technion leaders in Miami
Beach this spring.
Several informal meetings with
top Technion leadership are
scheduled in the American Tech-
nion Society's regional offices in
the One Lincoln Rd. Bldg.
A native of Boston. Alpert and
his family moved to Haifa 15 years
ago. He served as president of the
Association of Americans and Can-
adians in Israel, and has acted for
many years as international pub-
lic relations director for Technion.
Well known as a weekly colum-
nist whose incisive comments on
life and developments in Israel ap
pear frequently in The Jewish
Floridian and in the Jewish press
throughout the world. Alpert has
played a significant role in Tech-
nion's steady development since
1952.
Alpert also serves as assistant to
[ the president of Technion, which
1 long has been called the MIT of
the Middle East. Israel's principal
: source of engineering and scien-
i tific talent, Technion has grown to
', a student body of approximately
6.000 with branches throughout
the country.
Ideas Through Books
Sisterhood of Temple Beth Am
will hold its fourth "Ideas Through
Books' discussion on Thursday.
Jan. 2fi. 10 a.m.. in the home of
Dr. Allied Kllins. 6430 Chapman
Field Dr., according to Mrs. (ieorge
Malin. president
Ronald Kronish,
tfrandeis Junior
To be Pulpit Guest
Ronald Kronish. son of Rabbi
and Mrs. Leon Kronish. will be
pulpit cuest at Temple Beth Shot-
om on Friday eveninc. He will
soeak on "The Meaning of Israel
to Me as a Spiritual Center'
Young Kronish has just return
ed from six months in Israel with
the Jacob Iliatt Institute of Bran-
dels University. Of his experiences
there, Kronish said "I participated
in the Brandeis University Jacob
Hiatt Institute in Israel from July
to December, a one-semester pro
gram for college junior and senior
students concentrating in the so-
cial sciences
"Courses in Hebrew language,
modern Jewish history, social and
political institutions of Israel were
conducted by teachers from the
Hebrew University. We lived in
Jerusalem and explored the length
ami breadth of Israel from Metulla
to Eilat on study trips and on our
own.
"Through the Iliatt Institute, we
met many ot the leading person-
alities in Israel, including David
Ben-Gurion."
A psychology major, he will re-
turn to Brandeis University in
Waltham, Mass., for the second
half of his junior year.
Elks Open Clinic
For Crippled Tots
The newly opened Crippled Chil-
dren's Clinic at Miami Elks Lodge
P4U. 495 Brickell Ave.. will hold
its next session on Tuesday.
J. L. Plummer Jr., exalted ruler
of the lodge, said facilities of the
clinic are being made available to
children between one and 16. re-
gardless of race, creed or r-ulor.
w hose parents need financial as
sistance to cover cost of the treat
merit
III Alexander Kushner. chief
medical consultant to the clinic,
will be at the lodge Jan. 24 to
talk with parents and children.
The clinic Is the pioject of 11
Elks Lodges in Dade and Monroe
Counties thlit have budgeted S30.
000 for the first year's operation
A frequent visitor to South
Florida for international con-
ferences concerning Israel's eco-
nomic and educational develop-
ment, Alpert is considered one
of his nation's foremost author-
ities on the subject.
Once head of the education de-
partment of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America and long time edi-
tor of the New Palestine, Alpert
works closely with the leadership
of every area of Israel's life.
Rabbi Wein At
BB Evening Meet
Next Wednesday
Rabbi Berel Wein. of Congrega-
tion Beth Israel, will address the
Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge
at its regular monthly evening
meeting-a1 the Algiers Hotel on
Wednesday.
His subject will be "Unchanging
Jews -in Changing Times."
Also on the program is Judith
Robinson, soprano, who will offer
musical selections.
President of the lodge is Samuel
Pascoe. Other officers are vice
presidents. Jack August. Malcolm
Fromberg. Leo Rutstein, Edward
H. Levin. Milton Kahn; living
Schatzman. treasurer; Samuel
Weiner, financial secretary.
Wekeela-Naiad
Camp Offers
Modern Facilities
A complete camping program.
mature staff and modern facilities
are amMig the attractions at We-
keela for hoys and Naiad for girls.
7 lo 17, located on Maine Lake.
Wekeela, at the base of Hayford
Mountain on Bear I.akc. Hartford.
Me., maintains a program which
is both relaxed and flexible
The young men are particular*
ty drawn to schedules which in-
clude Red Cross Water Safety,
National Riflery, American Arch-
ery and National Water Skiing.
Camp Naiad, in neighboring
Turner on Pleasant Lake, has nine
spacious sleeping cabins which
house 100 campers Naiad girls
have special co-ed days, socials,
and tourist trips. They also sing a
great deal and enjoy their shows
and dramatics.
Owner-director of Wekeela and
Naiad is J. B Weene. Ed If. For
further information write 2100
Diana Dr.. Apt. 308. Hallandale.
Fla
Music to Dance to All Night
There will be continuous dance
music at the Sunday evening so-
cial of Les Bon Vivants, yo
adults 21 to 35. in the Fiesta Room
of the Fl Bolero on ("oral W:i\
there Is
ONLY
ONE
Wsleoms Wagon International, with
cw 5,000 hostesses, rrn mom
thin thirty years experience In
fostering good will In business and
community lit*. For moft iniorma*
tion about..,
Wicomi
443-2526
Miami Beach Judge Al Saperstein (center) was guest oi honor
at a special dinner party at the Embers Restaurant arranqed
as a tribute on his retirement from the bench. He is flanked
by Constable Leoncrrd Weinstein (left) and Judge Jason Berk-
man (right), who offer their congratulations.
* nrmxutm
] Please have the Welcome
Hostess call on me.
~i I would like to subscribe to
The Jewish Floridkm.
Ill Mt coupon and mall to
Circulation Dewt..
*J.0. Box W73. Miami. Fla.


Friday. January 20. 1967
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Page 15-B

BERNSTEIN
.MAX. :. of 2445 I'lni I >,- dl< .1
Tu< sdu). Jan IT. \ .....mix r
HehreV Aendl
hno il sreai i i h, r .,1
Miirailii Women's .oi-itiinlxiitl.....i
Anierl i II. I hui Lived by his
Irvlmc, Ah mil Reai h \|.,, IM.i
of Sew ^ rk s Intel -. s.i I)
Cold iind Reatrlo, /. \i
Hi ai Ii, and Pauline Plotkln, N. n
^ nrk rivi u- andi I lldn n, und nine
great ti undchltdi n s, i \ w< i
Wednesday. Jan is, In Brooklyn,
W i t Ii local an aim. mi. ills l.y Itlver-
,-i, Mi IIIOI i.il i 'Ii ||M I, AI..... C.I.
Senior Citizens to Meet
Florida Senior c ili/.t-ns Club 2
will hold a membership meeting
on Monday. 2 p m., at 842 Wash
ington Ave.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NO Tic t
Ilia I
-.In
N ,i
West Ave
Ku. IM.i.
MRS. PAUUNl GKUNDWtKG
Services Here For
Pauline Grundwerg,
Jewish Leader, 75
Services were held Monday at
Beth Israel Congregation for Mrs.
Pauline Grundwerg. pioneer Mi-
ainian. who died Saturday, Jan.
14. at the age of 75.
She came here 31 years ago, and
operated the Tides Hotel with her
late husband, Samuel Grundwerg.
Before moving to Miami Beach,
the couple owned and operated the
New Yorker Hotel in Atlantic City,
N.J.
Mrs. Grundwerg, who lived at
4561 Prairie Ave., Miami Beach,
helped establish the Mi/rachi
Women's Organization of America |
and the National Council of Young
Israel.
She wit past president of the
Miami Beach Chapter of Mil
reebi Women, an officer of Beth
Israel Sisterhood, and a found-
ing member of the Hebrew
Academy. The Hebrew Library
in the new Hebrew Academy
buiMing. at 3400 Pine Tree Dr.,
beerc the name of her late hus-
band, one of the Academy's very
first founders, who passed away
in 1956.
Mrs. Grundwerg was also, in
addition to her many other affili-
ations, a life member of Yeshiva
University Women, Jewish Home
for the Aged, and Mount Sinai
Women's Auxiliary.
During a recent trip to Israel.
she dedieated the library' of the
Mizracbi Women s High School in
Beersheba.
She is survived by two sons,
Moses, local attorney and president
"i Beth Israel Congregation, and
Saul; six brothers and three sis
ters.
Alan
ol 2P7 Col-
st Paul,
I Ionic
a. ;i,
Jan. 11
of
W.
17.
liKNISi II. Il.ii:., |)
.- n U'i in \. uuric,
Chapel, Alton ltd.
ERLANGER, Harry, 76, of 10245 Col-
llns Ave. Sen ft* Jan in m Rlv. i -
vide Chapel, Normandy i .
FALKENSTEIN. I.i.uls. 7 1. of 8S1I
Collins \\ s...... v in eh.
Newman Funeral Home,
FiNEBERC, Ms Mary, ;:i. of i..:i>.
i iih Hi Service* in Boston. Bias-
bi rj Kun, i ;il Home.
GOLDMAN, Mrs Itae, 70, of 9489
i 'olllns Ave. s. r\ ices In Chi
Itl.'ialM-nc Knneral Homi
ROGERS. William, ':. ..f joo \w
5th Ti-r.
ROSENBLUM. Am. Id, M. ,.f 010
Weal Aye Service* Jan. l^ at Rlv-
sidi Normand) lale Chapel
STEINBERG. Benjamin, 77, of 330
W, 13rd Ct. Services in rJMiabeth,
N.J, Blaaborg Funeral Hone.
SYLVESTER. Mrs Knini. 80, of 22-
36th St. Bervicea in New York.
New Mian Funeral Hum.-.
braufman, Cbarlea. Is,
lin- Ave. Jaarvh'ca in
Minn. Blaaberg Funeral
GLASSMAN. Dr. Albert
7726 llardin Ave. Servli
Blaaberg Funeral Home.
GREENBERG. Martin, of KOO
Hay llartaor I>r. Setvlcea Jan.
Blaaberg l\ino.ral Home.
KAPLAN, Mrs. Caroline, 84, ,.r 828
3rd Bt. Bervicea in Chicago. New-
nan Funeral Uoni .
lieb, Cbarlea Norman, 7!'. ,.f 170&O
NB Mill Ave Servlcea In Maple-
nod. N.J. Riverside North Miami
Beach Chapel
LiNOENBERQ, BUaa, W). of IAO0 Ray
iu. Services in New fork. River-
alde Chain I. Alton Kd.
ROVBICEK, Rudolph, 72, of 771.'. Hue
Granaville. Services Jan. 17. River-
side Normandy tale Chapel,
SIEGEL, Clarenc-, 41, of 2780 SW
Mill Ave. Services Jan. 17. Gordon
Finn nil Home.
SPISELMAN. Morris. !-7. ..f MtO Ta-
iiini Waterway. Service* Jan. 17.
Gordon Puueral Home.
Wagenmeim. Abraham, i, ..f i-r.v
Culllna Ave, Kervlcea Jan 18. Him r
.-ide Normandy Isle Chapel.
KORNBLUM. Isidore, ... ..f 1O70
Mth bi., Bay Harbor islands, died
Jan. ii. Bervicea at Uordon Funeral
Home, wuii Interment in Mt. Nebo
Cemetery.
SCHNEIDER. Iloee, 70. of 1J.IM lol-
lliut Ave., died Jan. 10, Hervicea a:
Rivet-aide, Alton Kd.. with burial in
Lakeside Memorial I'ark.
Epstein, Uaorge, 7. of :-:,9 Wash-
liiKton Av. Service* in New York
Cordon Funeral Home.
BRESKY. Mrs Mynette, 67. of lift!
K. Kivo Alto Bt Bervicea in Brook-
lyn. Newman Knneral Home.
FINNERMAN. rYederlck. 79, of 12381
sw nil st. Bervicea Jan. is at bade
County Cemeter} Uordon Knneral'
Home
greene. Bertram w.. 70. of 171 n\v i
North River Dr. Bervicea Jan
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY Q1VKN
no- underpinned, d. Irinn t., ngagi
in nusiness iin.l, i the fietiiioiis naim
1'AI.M AIT. HOTEL-, al 1228 Col-
lins Avenue, Mian i Heat I, Flu n
I en Is lo reglst< i said nami mill the
' l. ik ..| ,h,- Circuit Court ..I Hade
i urlda,
FRANK A SHUKK
I A R - ) foi Aimllcani
.....N Biacayne Blvd.
l 20-27 :: -1
IN
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 67- 522
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TKRRIE MlCilin.i.i; li.rviN
I'lalntirf,
\s.
W ll.l.lAM I,. POTVIN,
I', fendanl
i< >: WILLIAM 1^ POTVIN
You, WILLIAM L. I'OTVIN, an-
il, i. I.> notified that a Kill ,.r >;,,-
plaint for Divorce nan been filed
Hirainat you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Hill of Complulni on the
I'lalntirf'a auorney, .mj:i:iit wil-
| KNSKY. BSQCIRB, M-lis Biscayn*
Hiiildinir. Miami. Florida, and file the
oilKlmi] Answer or Pleading in the
office ..f the Clerk of the Circuit Court
..ii or before tin 3Srd day of Febru-
ary, 19>i7. If you fail t,. do so. ludg-
' m.-nt by default will he taken againel
>'ou for ih, relief demanded In the
, Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be publish.-d
h weoh for four consecutive weeks
In TUB JKWISli FI^-KIUIAN
1'uNE .LN1) <>RI>BRK1> at Miami.
Kl-Tlda. this 12th day of Januar\.
A I' 1967.
i: i. i.i:atiiii:\i \v. Clerk,
circuit Court. Dude County. Florida
is- in By: K. M. i.vm.w
Deputy Clerk
1/20-27 2/3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LA vV
NOTICK is IIBHKHY lilVKN
ih..- i to i
in business nidi r name
i .\, >lt rii\\ l-.s r Pl.'MP AND SI i'
I i.V in inoi In. i al :'l ii S.M
>' i., i 1111 torts
name with Ih, ci. k ,.i ih. i ir. nil
Curl ..i Dnde County, Fin Id i
ll.\l:i n.l ,; JAFFER, INC
A Kii.i iilu i -..I m..| ittlon
l.r.iiNA!tf> KAI.ISH
Attorn. for Vppli. unl
IHH'ont Building
1 IJ-20-2" 2 :
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IH HKRBBY OIVBN
I lie undi In .. .1. d< .-.i lug to engage
in i.ii-wo ss undi i ih,- ii till, ii nil in*
'f CARI11HBA.N CHI ,11 C i inol Inc.)
al 2ol6 Coral Way, Miami, inunds iu
register suld nun. will- the clerk
id the circuit c..:ilt of Uadi County,
i o da.
.-a \iii:i. HLAiR
12 10 i S-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 73139-B
in RE: i:-i,.i. of
LI'YTIIi: ItlC >WN. a k a
i.nYTHi; RtsB BROWN
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COL'R"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 73231 C
In RE I
I 11' iMAS i.. M AI'T.-i IN,
I ,,-. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Y.. i rd within 6 ci i-
i..... i i.- 'i 111 Ii, i -: |.lll......lUili
N N'ntici to file in ih. abo\.- (
in ivi iting, undir oath, and In dupl
Ik, \.
tali
,i
l. i;
.mi ..I .:, lllan-l WhlcH > i
I claim I......main tbi i
if THOMAS i; .\l \ rr.- tN i
I, Mih. i ime 'ii I.- b.i.
JESSIE I.. LfEOEROT
i:\. cutrix
w i m il 'Alt I Attorney
.1,1 HldK Miami, Flu
First Publication:
January S.
I 6-1]
CREDITORS
and All l*. raoni
I'eiiian-is Auulual
Ds*cased.
NOTICE TO
To All Creditors
Having Claims or
Bald estate:
You :ir, hi reby
quired to present
demands which you may ha\< ugainsi
the eatate of EDYriii-: BROWN
a/k/a EDYTIIH ROBE BROWN, de- N '
ceased lat. of Dado County, Florida, I
notified and
any UtiUlB
re-
.m.l
Blank Funoral
at Mt. sin.ti Cemetery. Riverside
I >..ilKlas ltd < 'l.ii |h I
SIMON, .--amuel S.. 75. of l."00 Hay
Kd. Bervloea in New York. Riverside
Alton Rd Chapel.
OCUIN. Mis Hose, t>ij. of 8U0 l-'-
J.-une ltd, did Jan IL' Bervicea at
Riverside Douglas Rd. Interment In I
Star of David Mem.-rial I'ark
ALTNER, Mrs. Sainmy. .'.7. of llli"..'.
NK '.th Si. Services in New York If
Riverside North Miami Beach
Chapel.
ll.ASSUA.V. Hr Albert A. 71. of 77-,H
llardin A\,-. Blaaberg Funeral
Home.
HOLZBERJ. ...is Anna. v.".. of I9S21
\K imii p| North Miami Beach
Services, iu Ne \ i i., Blaaberg
i oneral Hunu
SCHWARTZ, Irving, 84 Col-
lint Av< Services In Nev* York.
Rivi i side Memoi ..,l 'bapi I, Alton
Rd.
WYSATYCKI, Leon, ':. at MM Span-
ish River ltd., I Iocs Raton Services
al Normandj lab < 'bapi I, Rlvei
TISCHLER. Morris, 7'., of 83.1 I I \
Ai r. Hi t\ Ices Jan IS al Rivi I side
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 67- 541
NOTICE TO DEFEND
WIl.MA I'OK.
Plaintiff,
PIUIXTP KENT I'd-:,
Defendant.
TO: PHILLIP KENT Pol:
Weetlake Knoll Apartments
i3l l-a'.ve View DrlVl
Indianapolis, Indiana
YoC ARE I1KKKHY NOTIFIED
'li.u a Hill of Complaint for Divorce
Ii is be, n filed aitaiust you and you
are re.p.nr..I to serve a copy of your
Answer or other pleadlnga to the mil
Of Complaint for Divorce "n the Plain-
tiffs Attorney, jack BLOCK. 520
Sey bold KuildlnK. Miami, Florida
:13132. and file the original Answer
or other ploadinKs in the office of
13 | the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
to the County Judges f |i"-,n, CoUII
ty, and file the same in duplicate
and as provided in Section 7:i3.1ti,
Florida statutes, m tbelr offices In
the County Courthnuso in I >ade
County, Florid.,, within >i\ calendar
months from the tuna of the
I publication hereof, or the .-aim
0":'<-' he haired.
Dated at Miami, Florida, tbii
day of November, A.D I94M
MILTON MII.I.i:u
As Administrator
Cum Teetumento Annexo
i-'iisi publication of this noi
(he Olh da) of Januarv. 11167.
BERNSTEIN t, Mili.kk
Attorneys for Admlnlatrator
Biacayne Building, Miami. Florida
l/U-13-30-27
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH*
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 67- 652
SUIT ruh D.vORCE
ISAcio i:\. ii-.i. i-ii.vi i:i:i: \s
Plaintifi
v m
Il AM' '\ X MALI KiNAIm
NTRERAS
I '. i,miaul
l'i ItAMONA \l A LI ii >NAI i
' O.NTRE1LAS
H, .-hi, net uuknoa n
You, RAMON A MALI m .N aim CO
TREHAS, ar< hereby notified that
Bill -i Complaint for Divorce has bti
filed againal you, and you ari
quired I., servi .. cops of your Anew,
or 1'leadlnu. to th. BUI ,.i Coinplu I
on tin Plaintifra attorney, SlDNi;
EFRoNSON, U12 Alnales Bulidliux,
1st Avenue, Miami, Florid
nd fii. ih,- original Answer i r
Pleading In the offici of iii, ci,
..f th,- circuit Court on or i-- il
-~111 da) mi February, 1*67. If > i
fail to do so, Judoment by tlefuu.i
will i- taken ajralmil yi i for ti
relief demanded in the BUI ot Con
first i PbuTnt.
Tin- notice shall he publiahed r.n.
each week i.-i four consecutive .ii
in IIII-: JEWISH Kl.oKIDIAN.
IK>NE AND ORDKRKD al Mia
Fknida, this i.iih day ol Januui
A.D. r...;;
i: i; USATHKRMAN, Clerk
Circ ill i. i '.ol. i' iunl r, 1
' i I B) K M. I.YMAN
l-puty Clerk
fcUNEY El K- i.NSON
At tor in j :..r Plaintiff
612 Ainsl.-y IHdi;.. Miami. 1'la.
. 27 S I-
win
30lh
on
before the 23rd day of February, 1967.
otherwise the Bill ol Complaint tor
Divorce here, tof, ire filed herein will
h, taken as confessed by you,
Dated at Miami. Dude County,
Florida, this 19th day of January,
IM7.
E It. I.KATHEHMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
al) By! K M. I.Y.MAN
Diputy Clerk
I 20-27 2 :i-i"
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 73470-C
in RE: Batata "f
H VIA AToltE TUMMOI/O
i conned.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltora and Ah Persons
Having Claims or Demands Agl
Said Estate:
you .,., hereby notified and r,-
quired to present any claims and
limands whali you may have against
the estate of SAL.VATORE Tt'MMO-
IX>, deCeaaed lat,- Florida, t.. the County Judgi h ol Dadi
County, and file the same in duplicate
and as provided In Section 73S.16,
Florida Statutes. In their offices In
the County Courthouse in Dadi
County, Florida, within six calendar
m,.inns from the lime ... thi firsl
publication hereof, or th, same U1
be barred,
Dated at Miami, Florida, ibis
day oi January, A.D. 1967
Esti.i.i.i: rt.'MMi !-'
\s Executrix
first publication ,-r this notk'e
tile 20th ilai of Januarv. 1967.
SIMON, MAYS A IIRCNDWERU
An, in, ya f..i- Exi cutrix
'.hi Ain.si. j Building
Miami, PI.....la 33132
i '20-27 :' i-i"
Pith
Mil
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 67- 75S
ORDER TO AHPEAR
i.l'.i >N I i\' IVAN RATHER,
I Ma nt iff,
\ -
Vl.DI HERNADETTE RATHER
i -, in mi
YOC, \ l.i'l BERNADETTE RATH-
..,, South Moore Road, Chatta- ih, estali -i
.....>ga, T, mi. are required to k\\ VNAI'till,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 16377-A
in RE: Estati ..i
RICHARD ARTHlll KAVAN M'OH
l .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
r.i All ii .ii.-. s and .v.. Pel sons
Having Cialms or Demands \...i i si
Saul Estati
\ i .. i. hereby noi i re-
quired t.i pi esi nt any claiillM aud
ili inands ivha-h ) oil ms > lui -. Insl
RICH\RD VRTIII II
I ..-ol.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
' kapter S0I32 Acts of 1941
File No. 66 A 522
notice is uep.i.lv uiven ti
BBTTK BBUNBTK1N. holder
County Tax Bale Certlflcati No, 9
j issued tae 1st day ot June, A.D. 196
baa filed same in my oifHce, und hi
: made U4>pUcation for a tax .1. .1 lo I
I Issued thereon. Sid Certlfli ;. i
|braces iho following described pro
iiy in th County of imd.. Blat<
, Florida. to- it:
l>-t :tJ Blook 7, Ojus Gardeni P.
ful'., Pi..i HiM.k I" Pagi ">8 in il
Vhiuu "' Daide, state oi Florid
111, .,.- s-siu. nt ,,f sai.l i-r.p,:-
| under the said rtiii, at,- was 111 tl
name of: < i 1:0. I.. N YC1.
l'i.i...-s sum! certificate shall bi
deeniud .i cording to law, the properi
deS'Tihed ll, ie.li u ill be sold to :
bigbeat bidder -i t the Courthouse -
on th, ii.>' Monday In th. month
i February, lOOi, which is the 'iih th
' .,f February. 1967.
Dated this 3rd day of January, )"
i: B. LKATHKRMAN,
. \ oi 'ircuil Heart,
i >ade < 'ounty. Florldn
is. al> Bj P. K c.i i i.sri: \M>
De^iuty Clerk
l H-H-gfl. J
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 73170-B
In RE: Estati ol
U VRRKN I. MKASI.LY
I.....iseil.
NOTICE TO
To VII r-.lii,
Having 'lamis ,|-
-,i-.| Estati
v .. I I .
iuir,-.l :.. pi.
i you
. ...
......sed lati
Ida, m ili.
CREDITORS
and All Persni
I', in.. n.Is Agl
not u'i. .1 .i ii.i
any claims an
ha i again
w irren i. mi-:a.-i.i:
mi Dade County, I
i

th. HII III II dm
eat, ..lid rt -. .1 III Se. .11 ;i:i
Morris Koler
Passes at 67
Morris Kaler, of 390 SW 22nd
Rd., Miami, died here Tuesday,
Jan. 17, at the age of 67.
Mr. Kaler was founder and pres-
ident of Kaler Produce Co.. Inc.
le came to this community from
I ittsburgh, Pa., 40 years ago.
A produce merchant, he found-
ed his company some 35 years ago.
Mr. Kaler was a Mason, mem
^ of the James Carnoll Lodge
No- 223, F4AM Scott|fh R,u
Mahi Shrine, B'nai B'rith. Jew-
,sh Wr Veterans, and was a
P'oneer member of Beth David
synagogue.
T. i-., Miami I : ,
Services at Rlveralde, Normandj
Isle chaiiei. with interment at Mt.
Slnal c, ni.-t.
ROEMER, Manila Services Jan. H
in N,-w iork city, with local ar-
rangements by Riverside Chapel.
berkowitz. Benjamin, M. of i.':i"
m: mith Tor Services in Balti-
more. Uordon Funeral Home
GOLDBERG. Max I JO, of 1S-.W0 NK
illrd Ave Bervicea in New York
city. RIveraMe North Miami Beach
Chap. I
ROSIN, SandOT, :.. of 173i Meridian
Ave. Services Jun. Ii. Riverside
Normandy Isle Chai.. I
SAPERSTON. Mis Ida. T.-), of liSOl
m: Itth Avi. Bemioee Jan. \<\ at
Riverside North Miami Beaoh
CbanoL
SELKOWIT2. Sam, 7, of 615 Sth
>t. Sen-vies in New York Cits
RIvaroMU Alton Jt.l. Chapel in
ebarga of arritngenionts.
Ralnat > ou.
Dated this
:7iii day of .i.iin..-1>
K B LEATHERMAN
< l- Ik ,.| i ircuil < lourt
i:, K M I.VM.W
I iiuly CI, i k
1/20-27 2 .1-10
32nd Year For
Spinoza Forum
The Spino/a Forum for Adult
Ftlucation bejian its 32nd year on
-urvivors include his wife. Rose;! Thursday at the Washington Fed
j sons, Herman I. and William eral. 1234 Washington Ave.
a',,'. w s,5lers. Mrs. Sadie Font i The forum was founded in .lanu
and Mrs. Clara
grandchildren.
Mazer; and two
lflSTceS..Were W^nesday, Jan.
i, at Gordon Funeral Home.
ary. 1935 by Dr. Abraham Wolfson,
who continues to lecture weekly
Dr. Wolfson celebrated his 85th
birthday last November.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 67- 8,9
NOTICE OF SUIT
D01X>RES M. .sll.\KPI.i:s.
Plaintiff,
II Utol.D K. SlIAltPl.KS.
i>, fondant.
TO: MAI'.. M.D K. MIAItPDKS
1)1 k, nwood Avenue
llemnont, New Y,-i Ii
YOU ARE IIKKKitY notified that
a Complaint for Divorce baa been
filed againal you, and you ar<. re-
quired t.i s. rve a copj of your An-
swer ,-r Pleading lo the Complaint
ui the Plaintifra Attorney, en \iti.i:s
A GOULD, JR., 213 N.K, 2nd Avenue.
Miami. I In. i,1.1, and III,- the original
taawer or i'leadins In the ,ifii,, ol
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
in before the 23rd day of February.
ir mil fall to do s,.. Judgment
li\ default will !' taken agnlnst you
f,.r the relief demanded in the Com-
; I I n'
INiNi; AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this imii day of January,
K n DEATHER.M \N. Cl< rk
Clreull Court, Dadi CVtunty, Florida
I Seal) By: K M. IA MAN
Iksiuiy Clerk
i M-21 2/3-10
I ... .1 ,i! \l ..mi. I-'I,.
da ii .In nun i A.D. l'"T
KI.1/.AIU-: III l< \V \.\ MHII
a- i \,, urlx
l-'ir-: pub ll H i......f this nn.....ii
the 20th day of January, IM7
a \l:, ,\ \i u \NNi.lt
Attorney tor Elisabeth Kuvnnuugh
:.i,| i N : lonal Rank Rldi
i 20-27 .' -lfl
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY fllVBN thai
the undersigned, deslriiuj to engagi
in business undi ihi fletll lous naim
of MUSIC PRi ii'i'i'Tii INS CO., al
IM'I W.st Avenue, Miami P., a.-b, In-
tend) lo ran ater nald n um Ith i hi
i 'lei k of th. i"': nit Court .-I I >ade
i'.....<\. Florid i
IIANSEN PCHIJCATIONS, INC.
\ \. York Corpora i
Cll \i:i i:s HAN SUN, 1'nn
: lu-27 2 S-10
' \ ill EUIN K c MEAKEEY
' lA. .Ill : \
i puhlk'H I mii of i ins not .
i he 01 ii dai ..I January. m .
Ic.VlDlN i;, i,niENnri:i:.
1 I.PT.CIII K ,\ RCSS.M \\
U>: siii:i,i'i.\ N i.i:i.iiiiiv
v i ii. s r,.r i :\,.-1j111 \
Mia ml. Fl' I la 1 8-11-20-*,*
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKHIIY civi.N Hi.,i
the undersigned, deslrlmi t.. enuase
in business under the fictitious n.im.
..!' AMERICAN KM Tons t'OMl'ANY
ai (30 w si "h St Hi..l, ah, IT. Ida
lilt, mi- to .i .1 n.llll. M illl
I hi 'ii rk i mi.,
i "outil v. Floi .I.i
\\li:i;ic VN FOAM in ItUER
s M.i:.-'. IN.-
s. .i.i: .\vn i;i:
II) Bd ard i: >i i bard, l Rid en I
AINSI.it; If ITKI'li:
Vttorm j foi \ni. rl. an I oani Rubb, r
Ii -. in.
231."> s.\t i i. ine Road
Coral ilubles, Florida 23124
1 20-27 .' Mii
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 73265 A
in RE: Bstnte of
Ml 'KITS IT.CMKM'PI.H,

NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ml Ci. ilii.-i s and All I'ersor -
Having Claims or Demands Again*
Said Estati :
Vmii BJ hi r, b) notified ami
d to |.i -.nt any .'aims and
i \ ..ii in., v h.i\ agi
ii,. eatate of M.ORRIK ih.p.vienft.i
.I....,-.* late ..I Dade County, Klor-
liLi. lo Hi- fount) Judges of D.-ol-
County, und fll< th, uuni m duptlcat
and as ::''. di -I In Si etlon .
Floi i.i.i SI ..ii loi | i
thi Ci I'ourl house In 1 lade Conn
1 ty, Florldr. it iii?i -K ealenda
months fn h tin
en of, or tin- same \^ il
be ll i
I hi imI ii Mian I, Flnrlda, ihis
la) \.i' 166
SAMUEL ii lt|,l \n \tt:i.d
\- X.iiiiiiiintriiiMi-
First i"i ,,i uiiv notice or
. 11 een i.. i
FAUNOE c\K a FORM \ \
foi tdminlstratoi
i Ids Miami, Pla.
12 30 I 6-13-29


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Friday, January 20. 1967
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PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SATURDAY
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EXCLUDING KOSHER MARKETS
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CRCCN STAMPS
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SAVE IOC EA.
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