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The Jewish Floridian
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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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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THf JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 40 Number 4
Miami, Florida. Friday, January 27. 1967
Two Sections Price 2Z Jews in Guatemala Butt of Hate Propaganda
By Special Report
The United Nations Subcommis-,
Blon on Prevention of Discrimina-
tion and Protection of Minorities
liraa thi- week advised that "incit-
atory hate propaganda" against
Jews in Guatemala has taken on a
"menacing character" to which
world public opinion ought to be
alerted. The Subcommission is con-
sidering a global study of racial
discrimination as a step toward
halting the practice.
Dr. William Korey, director of
the B'nai B'rith UN Bureau, speak-
ing before the Subcommission on
behalf of the Coordinating Board
of Jewish Organizations, said
"brazen" anti-Semitic propaganda
is being disseminated by the Vice
President of Guatemala, making
incitement in the Central Ameri-
can country "a definite concern of
moment "
He pointed out that an envis-
aged five-year waiting period be-
fore completion of the study can
"prove self-defeating" for the
study's objective and urged that
"m detailed work-in-progress re-
port" be submitted annually "to
alert world public opinion to
specific instances of incitement
of hate."
Such a report, he said, "could
go a long way to counteract and
halt indicated dangers" like those
in Guatemala. The Coordinating
Board of Jewish Organizations is
a non-governmental agency hold
ing consultative status with the
UN.
Dr. Korey said evidence gather
ed by the Anti-Defamation League
of B'nai B'rith documents periodic
Continued on Page 6-A
1
FEW CLUES
JSegro- Jewish
Symposium
Eyes Future
By MAX MELAMET
There are 27 discussants, all but
three or four of them Jewish, in!
the December issue of Midstream,
which devotes the entire magazine
to a symposium on "Negro Jewish
Relation?- in America." The
editor- do not say how the dis-
Cussants were chosen or whether
everybody invited to participate
accepted If the editors expected
thai there would emerge from the
various contributions a body of
mably reliable and widely ac-
cepted information about the fact
ami character of Negro anti-Sem-
itism. their expectations have not
been realized.
The invitation to participate
it suggested seven questions
as guidelines began with the
statement: "It is now widely ac-
cepted as an incontrovertible
fact that there exists a pro-
nounced anti-Jewish sentiment
among the Negro masses in this
country, despite the active par-
ticipation of many idealistic
young Jews in the Negro strug-
gle for equal rights and the mor-
al support given to the Civil
Rights Movement by organized
Jewish groups."
In one of the best contributions
to the symposium. Prof. C. Eric
Lincoln, author of "My Face is
Black" and "The Black Muslims
in America," categorically denies
thai it is "an incontrovertible fact"
that there is pronounced anti-
Jewish sentiment among the Ne-
gro masses. He does not think that
the shouting and screaming" has
an anti-Semitic tone at leaal not
yel But, lie continues. "1 think it
Continued on Page 9-A
'EQUAL TREATMENT' AROUSES NATION'S IRE
Eshkol Says Israel
Shocked by Thant Plea
Israel Chief of Star! Gen.
Yitzhak Rabin, declared this
week that the Israeli Army
was "on the alert and ready
for any possible attack" from
Israel's foes. (JTA)
JERUSAIJSM (JTA) A
somber Premier Levi Eshkol told
Israel's Parliament this week that
the next few days would show
whether the United Nations and
the major powers could stop Syr-
ian aggression but that "if aggres-
sion continues, we shall react."
He called the border situation
created by almost daily Syrian in-
cidents for the past three weeks
"grave and demanding prepared-
ness." He also emphasized that Is
rael was still willing to employ all
existing political means before re-
Jewish Groups Divide
On War in Viet Nam
NEW YORK (JTA) The
split in the American Jewish com-
munity over United States partici-
pation in the Viet Nam war was
dramatized this week in opposing
statements on the issue by the
Rabbinical Alliance of America,
an Orthodox group, and the Re-
constructionist movement, founded
by Conservative leader Dr. Morde-
cai Kaplan.
The Alliance announced it was
disassociating itself from a plan-
ned "mobilization of clergy" at the
end of this month in Washington
to protest the war. Rabbi Abraham
B llecht, Alliance president, re-
Iterated the group's "full support"
of the United States Viet Nam
policy.
He added that the Orthodox
rabbis deplored "the efforts by
so-called Guardians of the Faith,
organized under the name of
clergy and laymen concerned
about Viet Nam, to embarrass
our Government and its elected
officials, having prejudged and
condemned our Government and
its policies beforehand."
The Reconstructionist stand was
outlined in an editorial in its offi-
cial publication which called on
President Johnson and the Penta
gon to "concentrate upon ending
the war rather than winning it."
Rabbi Emanuel S. Goldsmith, as-
sistant editor, said the editorial
board membership includes Dr.
Kaplan. Rabbi Ira Eisenstein, edi-
tor, and Rabbi Goldsmith. The edi-
torial was the first in which the
publication took a stand on the
issue Previously, it had staunchly
defended the right of others to
voice dissent from official policy.
The editorial charged that the
war was being waged without a
Continued on Page 5 A
sorting to its defensive and de-
terrent power.
The Premier then listed the
various recent incidents, includ-
ing mining of Israeli roads and
a football field, shelling by
tanks, firing across the armistice
lines and infiltration and sabo-
tage. He cited a Security Coun-
cil resolution, approved by all
major powers but vetoed by the
Soviet Union last November,
which called on Syria to act to
bar use of its territory for raids
into Israel. Despite the Soviet
veto, the border was quiet there-
after for seven weeks, the Prem-
ier noted "but now full-scale at-
tacks have been resumed by the
Syrians."
The Premier took issue with the
appeal by United Nations Secre-
tary-General U Thant. who called
on both Israel and Syria to refrain
from military acts that might lead
to large-scale clashes.
The Premier said that appeal
had been directed equally to Israel,
which was being attacked, and to
Syria, which was the attacker. He
Continued on Page 10-A

1
'^
Outlook
Pessimistic
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Israeli circles here are in
creasingly pessimistic about
the chances for success as a
result of the forthcoming ex
traordinary session of th^-ls-
raeli Syrian Mixed Armistice
Commission which, if it
opens at all. was to be con
venw" Wednesday on the
Syrian side of the interna
tional bridge connecting Is-
rael with Syria at B'nai Yaa-
cov. The second session, if
one is to follow, is scheduled
to be held on Israel's side of
the same bridge. The pessi-
mism here was motivated
principally by Israel's aware
ness that the basic issue sep-
arating Israel from Syria is
Continued on Page 3 A
TV Invitation to Top
Nazi Hit by Canadians
TORONTO (JTA) The
Canadian Jewish Congress has
strongly protested to the Canadian
Broadcasting Corporation plans to
"bring to Canada Adolf von Thad-
cien. deputy leader of the National
Democratic Party in Germany for
the purpose of interviewing him'"
on a CBC television program.
MIAMI JEWRY'S $1,676,767 DRIVE GETS UNDERWAY
L'67 CJA Inaugural Feb. 12
DIVISIONS, GROUPS GtAR TOR DRIVE PAGE 3-A
JDC CHIlf DUE fO* TALKS PAGt 9-A
SIN. RIBICOff ALSO SCHEDULED PAGE IB
CNCT HUNUfr
e'W pickle popularity
The 1907 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal campaign will he officially
launched at an inaugural dinner
on Sunday evening, Feb. 12, at
the Deauville Hotel.
Chet Huntley. NBC news com-
mentator, will be featured speaker
for the gala 'black-tie" event
which is expected to attract over
500 guests.
The dinner will kick off Dade
County's CJA campaign, which
this year has set a goal of
$1,676,767. The money raised
will be used to support over 50
beneficiary agencies local,
national, and overseas.
Huntley. usually described as
the 'serious one" on the NBC
News award-winning "Huntley
Brinkley Report." is in reality a
fast man with a quip. Responding
Continued on Page 8-A
The letter declared that the
Canadian Jewish Congress was
"appalled" that any official-
the CBC "should still be thinking
in terms of any action that would
give an) measure of respectability
or recognition or a platform to the
leader of his German rightwing
extremist political party.'
The text of the letter, signed by
Louis Berman, chairman of the
Join) Communitj Relations Com
mittee of the Canadian Ji
Congress and B'nai B'rith wai
leased this week
Asserting that "any news
worthiness" in von Thadden's
proposed television appearance
"would be created by the CBC
itself," the Canadian Jewish
Congress declared that "it is an
affront to every Canadian to
lend the facilities of the nation-
al broadcasting system to one
whose only criticism of Hitler
and Naiism is that they lost the
war."
The letter then cited the "de
Continued on Page 7-A
J


Krge 2-A
vJenist; Meridian
Friday. January 27. 1967
New Chief
At Summit
Of ADL
Henry E Wolff, chairman of the
"""lorida regional board of the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith,
zias announced the appointment of
\rthur -\. Teitelbaum as new di
cctor of the Florida regional of-
ice.
Teitelbaum is formerly of Oma-
ha, Neb., where ho was director
if ADL's Plains States Regional
)ffice. which covers Nebraska,
"owa. Kansas and parts of Missouri
, nd South Dako'.a.
Prior to his Omaha position,
Teitelbaum was assistant to the
director of tHe Research and
Evaluation Department in ADL's
Civil Rights Division in New
York.
Teitelbaum spent three years in
he army, during which he was an
nstructor in the Instructor Train-
ng and Counciiing Branch at the
Army Security Agency Training
Center in Massachusetts.
He received a BS degree in
-peech from Emerson College in
3oston. and has been a radio
broadcaster and public speaking
.oach to business and professional
jeople.
Teitelbaums wife. Yehudit. is a
.lative-born Israeli, who came to
"his country seven years ago. They i
lave one child.
Outstanding Citizens Award Committee
Accepting Nominations for Presentation
Outstanding Citizens Award, 1961
742 Seybold Building. Miami. 11;
315132. Deadline lor nominations i
Feb. 24. Presentation will be Mai
Li ;it a community-wide luncheon
ARTHUR TEITELBAUM
I Dade Count*,. Outstanding Cit-
izens Award Committee is now
i accepting nominations for the 20th
*WnTmat" award presentation.
The award is made "to that man
and that woman who, in the eyes
Of the judges, have performed the'
most outstanding single function
lor the good and welfare of the
entire Dade County community'
during the preceding year in,
this case, during 1966."
Permanent judges are George
Beebe, senior managing editor,
Miami Herald; Ralph Renick,
vice president in charge of
news, WTVJ; and Fred K.
Shochet, publisher and editor,
The Jewish Floridian.
The recipients of the award can
not be elected or appointed offici-
als who receive pay for the work,
done. San ford M,fc.Swerdlin, chair ,
man of the committee, noted that
"work must be the result of civic,
motivation for which no compensa-
tion is received other than the self-1
satisfaction for a job well done." |
The two awards presented an- j
nually are under the aegis of;
Sholem Lodge of B'nai B'rith.
Patron is Joseph M. Lipton. pies-j
ident. Dade Federal Savings and
Loan Association.
Nominations may be sent to
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Hebrew Poetry Presented
A talk on "Hebrew Poetry" will
je presented by Simon Lerman on
.Tuesday. 2 p.m.. at Temple Men
trah before the Chug Ivri, Hebrew-
speaking group of No. Miami
Beach
Max Lerner. world famous au-
thor, lecturer and teacher, will be
next guest speaker on Tuesday
night at Temple Emanu-El's Tues-
day Evening Forums.
Dr. Lerner's topic will be "The
Revolution of Our Times."
His appearance will climax the
first phase of the series. The sec-
Olid segment will be presented in .
February at three Sunday Morn-;
ing Breakfast Forums featuring Dr.'
Robert Gordis, Dr. Max Artzt and
Dr. Bernard Mandlebaum.
Or. Lerner, whose columns
appear regularly in The Jewish
Floridian, it a professor of
American civilization and world
politics at Brandeis University,
and has also taught at Sarah
Lawrence College, Williams Col-
lege and Harvard University.
Author of a three-times weekly
syndicated column, he has recently
returned from a year in Europe,
where he researched and studied
the shape of the new emerging'
Europe under the auspices of a',
Ford Foundation grant.
I.miner's recent books include!
"America as a Civilization." "The !
American Political Scene." "Can;
the American Jew Survive?" and
"Age of Overkill."
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MORE LEADERS NAMED TO HELM
CJA Campaign Units Gear for Drive
David Porvin. Morton Stein, and
Urry Silverman have been named
co-chairmen of the Motel Group
for the 1967 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal campaign.
Porvin, owner of the Ocean
Shore Motel, has worked with
CJA s Motel Group for many years
in a leadership capacity. A pioneer
and builder of the first motel in
Miami Beach's motel area, Porvin
has served for ten years as pres-
ident of the Greater Miami Beach
Motel Association.
Stein, of the Colonial Inn,
tcrvod at co-chairman of the
Motel Group during last yoar's
CJA campaign.
Silverman has been an active
leader in the Motel Group for the
past 14 years. A former associate
of the United Fund for Bay Harbor
Islands, he is chairman of solicita-
tion for the Jewish Home for the
Aged Thrift Shop. Silverman is a
member of Temple Beth Sholom.
DoviJ Porvin
Maria* Sftin
tarry Sflverman
Harris stressed that "althoufih
many of the Crystal House resi-
dents live nere during only a por-
tion of the year, they nevertheless
feel it is their obligation to sup-
port the community's local agen-
cies."
*
Apparel Group
Metals Group
Maurice AbeUon, of Crossley
Window Corp., newly-appointed
chairman of the Metals Group for
the 1!<>7 Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign, has scheduled a com-
mittee meeting for Wednesday at
3 :S0 |> ni.
Quest speaker for the event will
. Samuel Haber. assistanl execu-
tive vice chairman of the Joint
Distribution Committee.
The JDC receives funds from
the United Jewish Appeal, which
major beneficiarj agency
ol the Combined Jewish Appeal.
Harry Mizrach, chairman of the
Mercantile Division's Apparel
Group for the 1967 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal campaign, has announ-' gifts."'
ced the appointment of nine sec-
tion chairmen who have volunteer-
ed their services for the CJA
drive.
ing apparel industry men in the
CJA leadership rolls will provide
added strength to the Apparel
Group and will increase the
group's results in the 1967 cam-
paign," said Mizrach.
"We look forward to another I"
banner year," added Mizrach. '
"The Apparel Group is currently ,
engaged in organizing its commit-
tee, and we are sure that this year,
like each year in the past, we will
attract an increased number of
Abrams, A. L. Achbar, Abram
R. Anthony, Julius Bernstein,
Jack B. Blatt, Benjamin R. Bres-
ler, William Brout, Jack A. Bur-
stein, Isaac Donen, Philip Fink-
Istein, Hyman Fisher, Leonard
Finn, Leon Goldman, I. E. Gold-
stein, Louis Greenhut, Morris
Horwitx.
Other committee members are
Maurice L. Jackman, Morris Kan-
tor, Simon D. Kerman, Ellison R.
Kosoff, Irving Krauthamcr, Philip
I Kessler, Lewis I/menthal, Simon \
. S. Malis, Max If. Raskin, Sol B.
Robinson, Samuel Schwartz,
Charles Sommer, Charles A. Stein-
\ berg, Max D. Thorner, William
1 Winneg and Dr. Manuel Yavelow.
Israel Pessimistic
About Talks ,
Continued from Page 1-A
not the cultivation of farm
lands in the demilitarized
zones between the two coun-
tries, but Syria's avowed pol-
icy of aggression against Is-
rael.
Observers here noted that,
practically on the eve of the
ISM AC session, proposed by
Lt. Gen. Odd Bull, chief of
staff of the United Nations
Truce Supervision Organiza-
tion, and officially summon-
ed by UN Secretary-General
U Thant, Radio Damascus
continued to broadcast anti-
Israeli threats and pledges
of renewed aggression
against Israel.
Camelot Hall
Crystal House
( rystal House committee for the
Combined Jewish Appeal is
planning a cocktail party tor Crys-
tal House residents on .Monday, at
4 p.m.
Monis Norian, chairman of the
Crystal House drive on behalf of
the 1987 CJA campaign, said that
Samuel Haber, assistant executive;
chairman of the Joint Distri-
bution Committee, will be guest
speaker at the event.
This will be the fifth consecu-
tive year in which Crystal House
residents have gathered together
to indicate their support of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion and the Combined Jewish
Appeal.
Co chairmen of the Crystal
House CJA committee are Nathan
Adler, Richard B. Ayares, Aisik
Brener, Louis Bresler, Murray
Drexler, Joseph H. Gardner, Samp-
son Hittner, J. Gerald Lewis. Max
Mitchell, Julius Rosenberg and
Philip Thau.
I-ou Harris, Crystal House res-
ident and CJA co-chairman of the
Residence and High Rise Division,
is working closely with the chair-
men and committee members to-
ward a successful Crystal House
drive.
The men who have accepted
CJA leadership roles are William
FYiedopfer, chairman of Children
and Infants' Wear Section; Alex
Schneidman, chairman of Sports
wear Section; Mike Peldstein,
chairman of Knitwear Section:
Donald S LaVigne, chairman of
Men's Wear Section.
Samuel Robinson, chairman
of Suppliers Section; Mike Sus-
man, chairman of Contractors
Section; Milton Goldberg and
Leonard Grossman, co-chairmen
of Textile Salesmen Section; and
Alan Marcus, chairman of Hand-
bags Section.
'The acceptance of these lead
A. Max Axelrod. Albert J.
Hirsch and Aaron Korenvaes have
accepted the co-chairmanship of;
the Camelot Hall residents' cam-
paign on behalf of the 1967 Com-
bined Jewish Appeal.
Co-chairmen are presently in
1 the process of planning a break
fast scheduled for Feb. 5 in the
Camelot Hall Card Room. Larry
King, radio and television person-
ality, will be guest speaker at the
event.
Working along with Axelrod.
Hirsch and Korenvaes on the Cam-
elot Hall campaign are members
of the Camelot Hall-CJA commit
tee.
Members include Samuel S.
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Volume 40
Number 4
Friday, January 27, 1967
16 Shevat 5727
Israel's Greatest Crisis
In Three Areas Today
Israel today faces the greatest
. crisis since her establishment in
1948. Three factors are involved: de-
fense, trade and economy, and im-
migrant absorption.
Although the government has not
made public its expenditures, there
-s a general assumption that Israel's
defense allocations are some 50 per-
cent higher than any other country
in the world on a comparative basis.
In terms of the economy, Israel's
boom, which continued unabated
until last year, has come to an end.
Her balance of trade, never favor-
able in the past, has been tremen-
dously dislocated. As a conse-
quence, some 65,000 persons are un-
employed in the young country to-
day; it is feared that by this coming
summer, the figure may go as high
as 100.000.
These two problems, defense and
*he economy, further complicate Is-
rael's programs, which have always
seen difficult at best, in the area of
unmigrant absorption. In the first
instance, it is in the ranks of the unemployed
that marginal workers, those without skill or
trade, generally find themselves. The majority
of these are newcomers. Since the level of the
economy has dropped, difficulties are foreseen Aflftthpr HoHPfIII ^Iflll
-n terms of future immigration and absorption. HIIUlllVl IIU|#VlUI Jiyil
As of today, it is estimated that there are
a guarter of a million unabsorbed Israelis
unskilled, untrained, uneducated, freguently
aged, infirm or disabled. Neither the govern-
ment nor the nations' individual cities and
towns can provide the funds for work relief
necessary to take care of them.
The burden has been falling with increasing
weight on the United Jewish Appeal.
JEWISH HERITA&E-U.S.A.
and help her meet Israel's emergency need.
We can do this by giving to our Combined
Jewish Appeal.

CJ A Help Needed Now
It will be falling with even greater fre-
quency and weight on UJA during the days
ahead.
In immigration towns, there have been riots.
There day care centers, and as the rate of enforced
leisure rises, the situation seems to be growina
worse.
A good number of these disadvantaged Is-
raelis include the 600,000 youngsters in the
country's primary schools today. All of them
are eligible for free school lunches. It has re-
cently been estimated that only 175,000 of them
are presently receiving these benefits.
American Jewry Greater Miami Jewry
can not afford indifference or apathy in the
face of these inequities and these crises.
Gains of the past twenty years can be wiped
out overnight if we are not willing to continue
to accept all those who seek new lives in Israel
and to assure the fact that their absorption
will be a lasting one.
In our community, a proportional share of
the responsibility is being met by the 1967
Combined Jewish Appeal campaign. Week by
week, we note the rising tempo of the cam-
paign the new appointees to chairmanships
of a variety of divisions, groups and area
drives. We welcome the leadership roles so
many capable members of the Jewish com-
munity are assuming at CJA's helm.
We must assure the implementation of their
finest mtentions and their highest purpose The
crisis in Israel, as we have said, is more pro-
found and more danqerous than it ever was
before. The entire nation, after two decades of
independence, is waiting for us to recognize
In its Jan. 9 issue, Newsweek Magazine
reports that the Soviet Government may soon
open Sunday Schools for Jewish children
whose parents want them to study Yiddish.
The magazine does not give the source of its
report.
Put together with statements by Premier
Kosygin during his visit in France about the
possibility of reuniting persons now living in
the Soviet Union with their families in Israel,
we seem to be getting a picture that runs con-
trary to the monolithic Moscow image.
Kosygin did not elaborate on his statement,
other than to use it as a means of emphasizing
his friendliness during his stay as a guest of
President De Gaulle. In this sense, the News-
week report is just as terse.
Dare we hope that each is a meaningful
straw in the wind of things to come
The opening of Sunday Schools for the
study of Yiddish would be particularly signifi-
cant. For despite Israel reborn and the renais-
sance of Hebrew as an active language. Yid-
dish continues to remain the universal tongue
of the Jew in the lands of his dispersion.
Such a move would do much to alleviate
the pressure Jews have felt in the Soviet Union
nudging them toward their cultural extinction.
It would give them equal status with other
Soviet ethnic groups, which continue to be
encouraged to practice their traditions.
Orthodox-Reform Forum
Apart from his scholarship, Rabbi Israel
Miller's appearance Sunday at the Temple
Greenfield Adult Institute will be an exciting
occasion. Reason? Rabbi Miller is immediate
past president of the Orthodox RcrbbinicoJ
Council of America.
Temple Israel of Greater Miami is the
pioneer Reform congregation here. Hence.
Temple Israel is demonstrating in an exciting
and pioneering way its creative interest in
presenting to the temple's membership a Jew-
ish viewpoint offered by one of the nation's
foremost Orthodox leaders.
This is educational motivation in the best
sense.
uring the week
... as i see it
by 110 MINDUN
i | i/i.f.. 11 p a
M'
I READ in the Miami Herald
last week that Arthur God-
frey thinks VI should have
total mobilization. In effect,
he's for all-out war. Well,
that's dandy with me just
so long as he continues to
remain a radio personality of
sorts. In any ether role, this
kind of talk would be consid-
ered pretty irresponsible, but
if he stays where he is, Mr.
Godfrey won't be able to do too much harm net. at least, while
people recognize him for what he is: a monolithic ego solidly en-
sconced on ooze.
It would seem at this time that there is little danger of his
moving from bored and pseudo-satiric microphone player for equally
bored and angry housewives to the highest levels ol administration
policy. Darrell Eiland, of the Herald's Bureau in Hollywood, quoted
Mr. Godfrey in an interview Jan. 18 as saying of Secretary of Defense
McNamara that he is a "clunk" and an "idiot.' writ- "doesn't know
what he's talking about He's a statistician, a mathematician,
an office manager. Why doesn't he let the generals do the
fighting?"
Such talk won't endear him to the highest echelons of the gov-
ernment's policymakers. Of course. Mr. Godfrey, in trying for just
the opposite, is quite assured that this is precisely where he belongs.
Indeed, when as gadfly he takes up the cudgel.- foi th< generals, he
is really taking up the cudgels for himself. I know of Jew Americans
who have more heated fantasies about themse!\<> ir. the role of
monolithic militarist than he does. Simply to beai him, even when
he is selling teabags or custard or some other household product, is
to envision the flying general's crushed hat. the fruit caiad or. chest,
the imagined riding crop and boots of the long since gone cavalry-
man and World War I fighter pilot, for whom tht crop was more
a symbol of universal chastisement than an instrument- designed to
spur the speed of horses.

his PKortNsnr tot Humunr
IR. GODFREY'S enchantment with himself knew5 r,c bounds. In
' talking about President Johnson in the Heiald interview, he
humbly recalls the President "when he was minority leader in the
Senate." Says Mr. Godfrey: "I got him to put throui/h the billior. dollar
appropriation for the Strategic Air Command bomber: for me .'.
Johnson invited me down for a weekend on his ranch, and after I
talked to him. he had (U.S. Sen.) Russell organizt > committee
with (U.S. Sen.) Stuart Symington, at my suggestion, as it- head.
And this led to the billion dollars. '
If there's one thing about Mr. Godfrey to admire, it's his propen-
sity for humility. This is a quality he absolutely di .is in others
even if he has to punish them in order to elicit it. A popular singer
he helped launch and then tried to destroy will gladl} fill in any
doubter.) After all. the SAC appropriation in questior was for me,"
meaning Mr. Godfrey, personally. It is not just anyone who can lay
claim to a private force of such destructive power.
Judging by all of this, one would suspect thai lodfrey and
I do not hold similar views on Viet Nam That is n t true It is diffi-
cult to catch up with the times One can so ea those non-
plussed observers who find it ditficult to understand bp* people
simply refuse to support their nation's commitments either actively
or passively. Card-burners stir anger too readily. The lachrymose who
weep for the North Vietnamese and want to sen. packages to
them become so obviously offensive.

CRIA7ING A NtW HANKtNSWN
QNE CONTINUES TO wonder about such people where thev
y were ideologically when the Russians kept drumming us about
the opening of a second front during World War II. 1 suppo-e these
are politically and sociologically naive observations by which I mean
o say that most dissent solutions to the Viet Nam problem Teem
too simple to accept on their face. Rabid dissenters, in fact want wu
o believe that there is neither reason nor in.e.lignee on" the other
side, a do not here mean responsible critics of IS policy in Viet
h, I thVCry re.al SenSC' Mr Godfrcy has henec joined the dissenters
but as their extreme opposite, which tends to put him at Yeast in
erms of irresponsibility, with them. I can not agree with Mr ?Sr
that "we should have total mobilization" because tSaUa S2tl~
judgment. Although he may feel he is an expert ^ bow hL', i ^
tary McNamara. who seems far more know e^nle^n\Zthe^35
in such evaluations. Besides, I must confess that hoi tl.h ^
getting in the way of my serious view of Mr OndtW ?* *eeP
of himself. "Under the Et^ho* ^m?> iT?!! 22
in the interview as saying, "(Charles WilTn ScrT.an of Vf ^
asked me to be his Secretary of the Navy taecre,ar> of Defense)
that the SSfS^ ftR* is'n^ngt SftK S MS
is in addition quoted: "And if anybody aske\1 toda,'h 'S K
same thing") then he should not want to have hU caS J ." th He should not refuse the post even as he ptays the role It"1 ^
say the least, ungentlemanly that he viciously c7Li,i SeeiMl ,0
Secretary of Defense, suggests thai he wouldI h.v J I Ur CUITent
the job (no one, to n*taj3i^VSL^ZSfuSx d Wi,h
pretends that he is the Secretary himselif nom """ a"d then
impetuousness (What's good enough Tor r.n? 7T" 'd Wilson,
enough for me, has really wroughtTlSLteEX heT"' ^
TMi GKATUITOUS COMfUSION Of ISSUES
0N uH\ IHf" Dand' Mr Godfrey's sentiments- are laudabta
w when he declares that "I think it's a cryine ahaWU n f~l
of our boys killed and the rest of the Si*Mg?L*$
we are not at war." One can hardly denv that th. i 1 e
feeling' the war in the same way^aTit feU WorW W^J' aTt^n
I have spoken to many people who lived through World w *,t
without knowing that it was being fought f 5LT52? U
an abstraction, and in some cases a ver^ profitable JSr^l !" WM
What Mr. Godfrey is saying is that wFZ IT abs,raction.
at the same time that U.S. soldiere are dying^Z?VinV ^
agree or. disagree, depending upon our view of he Viet kS 2,? "f*
ment. But there are ways of saying it Mr CnAtJl \ .* ontangle-
in the Herald: "The cream of t'he'blood^crop ^ "Cf '***
and we are still having our Bas Mitzvahs over here" *"*'
I don't suppose that Mr. Godfrey was hr Z .
Mitzvah as a lohnny-come-la.elv phenomenon ""T"* "* *as
Judaism. Nor was he criticizing tie SZS^^*/*

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Jcset.n Coh^i 'left) is connratulnted hv Dr. Irvina Lehrman
on his installation as president of the INF of Greater Miami.
Joseph Cohen Installed JNF President;
National Exec. Director Urges Support
In remonies before an over-
crowd* 1 ballroom at the Fontaine-
bleau otel attended by some 700
person?. Dr. Irving Lehrman in-
stall*'. Joseph Cohen as new pres-
ident :' the Jewish National Fund
of Greater Miami.
Di Lehrman, in his installation
addrt urged all present "to dou-
ble > r eff>rts on behalf of the
Jewis) National Fund, which is
engagt J now primarily in giving
life Israel'* dead soil."
i respon i*d with a plea
rt(|iu n-4 a" -embled "for your
hil| d cooperation in order to
Jewish Groups
Divide Opinions
On Viet Nam War
Continued from Page 1-A
as required by
' "hat the war aims
had been i waled to the peo
pie, a i were expected to partici-
it a: iupporl it. and it
iH.i thai in the prosecution
oi Ihi ar. American leaders have
d the truth so often that
theii rd i-< > linger to be relied
upon The editorial also pointed
out. listing Objections to pres-
ent \'. .Nam policy, that "reliance
upon v oi military force defeats
itself
help strengthen this holy institu-
tion in Greater Miami."
Dr. Mitten Aron, national ex-
ecutive director of the JNF in
America, spoke on the role the
Jewish National Fund plays in
strengthening Israel's borders
and developing its safety for Is-
rael's survival.
He identified the Jewish Nation-
al Fund as being "a personal ac-
complishment for the individual,
so that he may leave his mark
and identity on the project he
establishes in Israel."
Judge Irving Cypen was master
of ceremonies, and lauded Zev W
Kogan as the originator of Me
Ami. "a man with a dream and
vision. who saw this vision
through He also praised all lead-
ers of the JNF for their help.
Kogan dedicated the Me Ami
Golden Book, and read the names
of all those who were inscribed.
Lou Mason was guest artist The
JNF Couple of the Month were
Mr. and Mrs flyman Dubowy.
Rabbi Miller,
Orthodox Leader,
At Temple Israel
The immediate past president
of the Orthodox Rabbinical Coun-
cil of America. Rabbi Israel Miller,
will be guest lecturer at Temple
Israel of Greater Miami for the
Greenfield Adult Institute on Sun-
day at 10 a.m. The Institute will
meet in the Morris D. Wolfson
Auditorium.
For members of Temple Israel.
Rabbi Miller's appearance here
will mark one of the rare occasions
that an Orthodox leader has ap-
peared before a Reform Jewish
audience. His topic will be "What
a Jew Should Know About Ortho-
dox Judaism."
A native of Baltimore, Rabbi
Miller served as chaplain during
World War II, and is past pres-
ident of the Association of Jew-
ish Chaplains, as well as na-
tional chaplain of the Jewish
War Veterans.
I
He has been lecturer in homi-,
letics at Yeshiva University, where
he graduated magna cum laude.
He has been spiritual leader of <
the Kingsbridge Heights Jewish'
Center in the Bronx for the past;
23 years, and now serves as chair- \
man of Steering Committee.1
American Jewish Conference on j
Soviet Jewry, the coordinating
agency for 24 national Jewish or
Sanitations.
On Saturday morning. Rabbi
RABBI ISKAtL MfllK
Morris W. Graff will continue his
adult series on leaders of modern
Jewish thought, followed by a
session in the Elias M. Salzbers;
Music Library.
'Y' Singles Club
Slates Newsman
In Address
Young Adults Singles Club of
the YM and WHA of Greater Mi-
ami was to have a special program
on Thursday. 8 p.m.. at the "Y,"
8500 SW 8th St.
Special feature was to be guest
speaker, Syd Kronish, former As
sociated Press writer and column
ist. and public relations director
of the "Y," who was to discuss the
news reporting field.
Young Adults Singles Club is
open to all singles 18 to 28 years
of age.
Rabbis Discuss
Synagogues1 Role
Beth lorah Congregation was
host to the second in a series of
panel discussions sponsored by the
Rabbinical Association of Greater
Miami.
On Wednesday at 9 p.m.. fol-
lowing the monthly meeting of the
Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood, Rabbis
Sol Landau, Leon Kronish, and Ti-
bor Stern discussed the "Chal-
lenging Role of the Synagogues
Today." Host, Dr. Max A. Lipschitz,
rabbi, acted as moderator.
i
Event was open to entire com-
munity and was held in Beth
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DURING THE WEW AS I Sit II
Godfrey on Bas Mitzvah, Viet Nam
Mrs. Ira Rothfield (left) was hostess foj the Education Day
conference sponsored by the Young Women's Division of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation. Over 70 women from the
North Miami and North Miami Beach areas attended the
luncheon conference featuring Daniel Neal Heller as guest
speaker. Joining Mrs. Rothfield at the salad bowl are (left to
right) Mrs. Larry Blasberg, Younq Women's education vice
president; Mrs. Robert Shapiro, president of the Young Wom-
en's Division; and Mrs. Richard Litt, education vice president.
Rabbi Teplitz, Noted Youth Leader, Will
Launch Fifth Annual Adult Cavalcade
Rabbi Saul Teplitz. spiritual lead-
i r Ol Sons of Israel Congregation
of WoodmiTp. I..I., will be first
speaker on the fifth annual adult
education cavalcade of the South-
east Region, United Synagogue of
America, according to an an-
nouncement by Jerry Sussman,
chairman of the Adult Education
Commission of the United Syna-
iii' of America.
Rabbi Teplitz will speak at Tem-
: le Menorafa at 8:3o p.m., Thurs-
light, Feb 2. lie will discuss
Is Jewish Youth in Revolt.''
Rabbi Teplitz is chairman of
the National Youth Commission
of the United Synagogue of
America, an agency which over-
sees the activities of 25,000
members of United Synagogue
Youth of the United States and
Canada.
As chairman of the commission,
he is involved in decision-making
relating to summer encampments,
trips to Israel, tours of the United
States, convent ions, and the eclu-
o al. cultural and social activ-
ities of 17 USY regions throughout
the nation.
Rabbi Teplitz i- ;i graduate of
the Jewish Theological Seminary
: America and is the editor of an
annual series of Sabbathic books.
Continued from Page 4-A
terms that it has become more
a social than a religious experi-
ence. He may have taken his cue
from some of us, who frequently
say things about the $5,000 after-
Kiddush ceremony, replete with
double dance band (one each for
parents and their children) and
ice sculpture of the enshrined,
but he was also confusing a Jew-
ish religious question with a hot
American controversy.
This is sad. It is sad because
Mr. Godfrey is here expressing
his criticism of U.S. reticence and
possibly even dissent (they are
two different things) in either
careless wise-guy or deliberately
anti-Semitic terms. To the bigot,
such gratuitously-given ammuni-
tion becomes much worse: it be-
comes a statement of principle
that .lews are not involved in
Viet Namiike the 6.000 GI's were
who died, and whose deaths he
rightly bemoans. That is a mon-
strous canard and a sly distortion
of fact.
In the final analysis, what
really does a Jewish religious ob-
servance have to do with Viet
Nam if malice is not involved?
Why does he have nothing to say
about American disinterest and
communion, or high mass, or
confirmation'.' Is Mr. Godfrey, in
his self-appointed role as advo-
cate for the aggrieved generals,
here suggesting Jewish genocide
as a solution to the nation s
phlegmatic view of the Viet Nam
war'.' This would certainly be a
way of eliminating Bas Mit/.vahs
for good and all. Should we now
fear that Mr. Godfrey's demand
for "total mobilization" is predi-
cated on a war against the North
Vietnamese and the Jews at the
same time?
I remember Mr. Godfrey in the
days when he was financially in
volved in one of those giant and
beautiful hotels at what was then
the "end of the world" along
Collins Ave., one of the last ho-
tels still pristincly judenrein
here, still clinging to its exclus
ivity against dogs and Jews.
Reckoned in these terms, isn't
it about time someone gave new
thought to Forty-First St., that
absurd and even vulgar decision
Miami Beach and its largely Jew
ish city council made some years
ago? Let those who feel they
have been dealing with a friend
listen to the radio when, in his
true element. Mr. Godfrey does a
salami commercial if the Her-
ald interview still fails to move
them.
Guatemala New Hate Spot
RABBI SAUL TEPLITZ
He received his Doctor of Hebrew
Letters from the Seminary.
The lecture is part of a series
sponsored by the Southeast Re-
gion of United Synagogue of Amer-
ica, to which all members of the
Miami community are invited.
Activities ol the Southeast Re-
gion are directed by Rabbi Allen
Rutchik. with offices in Coral
Gables.
Fourth Annual Dinner
CONGREGATION OHEV SHALOM
Fontainebleau Hotel French Jade Room
Sunday, February 5th, 1967
Guest of Honor "MAN OF 1HE YEAR"
HON. HAROLD SHAPIRO
Guest Speaker
LESTER RHINE
DISTINGUISHED AND OUTSTANDING LEADER
OF THE
ORTHODOX-JEWISH COMMUNITY OF BROOKLYN, N. Y.
SAM ARNOLD. PRESIDENT RABBI PHINEAS A. WEBERMAN
DINNER COMMITTEE
HON. LEONARD WEINSTMN BEVCMV KEUSCH
CO-CHAIRMEN
AlFREO SPEISER, iiMw ol Cmwi..
WOMEN'S COMMITTEE
MRS. SAM ARNOLD MRS. FANNIE MIRCHIN
MRS. YETTA BAKST MRS. LEO PAUL
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MRS. SARAH NNKEA&TEIN MAS FANNY SKLAA
MRS. MURRAY ORBCN MRS. HELEN TUCK
Dtti W ft C.upU, T*x D.ductibl.
ti RMrvioi Writ. 911 NORMANDY DRIVE or CALL 1*5-3*51
Continued from Page 1-A
attacks against Jews made by Cle-
mente Marroquin Rojas. publish-
er and editor of the Guatemalan
daily newspaper. "La Hora," and,
since July 1. Vice President of the
country He gave the following
example.-:
Beginning on Sept. 1. serial-
ization in "La flora'" of the "Proto-
cols of the Elders of Zion." the
long discredited document which
pin ports to describe a Jewish plot
to enslave the world and has been
used extensively by professional
anti-Semites the world over
An editorial by Marroquin
Rojas defending publication of the
"Protocols" on the grounds that
"a great deal' of what is said in
them is "absolutely true" and
should be read by the younger gen-
eration.
* The published announce-
ment by the Vice President that
should he become President, I
"my first act would be to expel
the Jews from Guatemala." In
the same article, an attack by
Marroquin Rojas against prom-
inent Guatemalan lay and cleri-
cal Catholics charges that they
are really Jews.
An article in the forthcoming
issue of the "ADI, Bulletin," na-
tional monthly publication of the
I-eaguc, outlines Marroquin Rojas'
attacks against Jews before and
since taking office as Vice Presi-
dent It quotes the government of-
ficial as having declared in 1962
that Jews had "displaced Guate-
malan Indians from their land"
and that "the only statesman who
knew how to defend the Western
world from Communism was Hit-
ler."
The article declares that the at-
tacks were viewed by the Jewish
community "as a nuisance which
was not particularly .serious" until
Marroquin Rojas took public of-
fice and began editorializing;
against Jews as a public official
as well as a journalist.
According to the piece, written '
by Rabbi Morton Rosenthal, di-1
rector of the League's Latin Amer-
lean Department, Guatemala's;
"well-publicized political struggles
have overshadowed the problems;
and concerns of the country's Jew-
ish community."
There are 1,500 Jews in Guate-
mala in a total population of near-'
ly five million. Their "uneasiness" .
in the face of Marroquin Rojas'
current propaganda campaign, the ;
article states, can be easily under- j
stood.
The article uMrts that Guate- !
mala, "with political unrest, with I
70 percent of the population af-
flicted with poverty, an annual j
par capita income of $83, a high ,
illiteracy rate, and one of the
highest mortality rates in the
world, is such a country." '
Describing past instances of
anti-Jewish prejudices in Guate
mala, the article cites 1936 govern
ment decrees which prohibited en
try into the country of European
Jews and other laws of that time
which placed limitations on busi-
ness activities of Jews ahead}
there, preventing them from ac-
quiring new businesses. mo\ in-
established ones, or otherwise e\
panding. The laws were supposed
to be applicable to second and
third generation Guatemalan Jews
as well as to the original immi-
grants.
The article warns that Mario
quin Rojas propaganda campaign
can fan the flames of latent anti-
Semitism in the country and grow
into "the certain need for flight'
by Guatemalan Jews,
Jews first migrated to Guate-
mala in the latter part of the
19th century, most from Ger-
many with a few from France,
Turkey and Austria-Hungary.
One prominent family. the
Stahls, organised the only cotton
mill in Central America and was
the first to introduce Americas
grown cotton to Guatemala. Othefl
families were engaged in various
trades and professions, shortly
alter World War I. there was a
strong immigration of Polish Jews,
followed bj a Sephardic group*
Today, the Jewish community <>|
1.500 is divided about evenly
among German. Polish and Sep-
hardic Jews
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Canada Hits TV
Invite to Top Nazi
Continued from Page 1-A
'

Rabbi David Lehrfield and Louis Dublin, president of Kneseth
Israel Congregation, congratulate Mr. and Mrs. Abe Shaffran
on the dedication ot the Holy Ark at the synagogue in then-
honor. Dedication took place last Saturday. The Ark is con-
structed in a semi-circle, which affords a view from any area
of the synagogue, and was seven months in its construction.
Surrounding the Ark and on top are wood carvinqs shaped by
hand in baroque style. Top of the Ark is a semi-circle of
golden glass, with two hand-carved lions symbolizing the
Crown of Torah. Mr. and Mrs. Shaffran are natives of Toronto,
having also endowed synagogues and institutions there. In
Kneseth Israel in addition to dedicating the Holy Ark. they
have endowed the entry doors to the main synagogue in
memory of his parents.
Travelogue On Orient, Europe
Florida Senior Citizens club 2 pert, vice president, Miami Beach
scheduled an open meeting for Chapter I'nited Nations Associa-
rucsday, 730 p.m., at Miami Beach tion. who presented a lecture and
Federal. 755 Washington Ave. travelogue on the Orient and
Program featured George Wol- Europe.
plorable record" of the CBC "in
giving such exposure to persons
with a Nazi past and a Nazi pres-
ent." The letter cited CBC inter-
views with Andre Bellefeuille, "an
obscure Canadian Nazi," Otto
Skoneny, an "accomplice of Hit-
ler." and the "shameful interview
with George Rockwell." which "for
no reason snatched this hatemon-
ger out of obscurity and enabled
htm to pollute the Canadian air
with obscenities."
The letter said that such pres-
entations made up "an unfortunate
succession of events" leading to
only one possible conclusion '
that there are program planners
with the CBC who are unable to
resist the urge to give publicity to
the Nazis" despite the fact "that
many graves of victims of Nazism
give mute evidence of the horrors
and effects of Nazism."
The letter did not mention a
date for von Thadden's projected
visit. However, a Congress official
said last month that von Thadden
was scheduled to visit Toronto on
Jan. 29 and thai a mass protest
would be organized if the sched-
uled visit took place.
PLANS CHANGED
TORONTO (JTA) The
Canadian Broadcasting Corp-
oration announced this week
it had withdrawn its sharply
criticized invitation to an
officer of the extremist Na-
tional Democratic Party of
West Germany to come to
Toronto for a televised in
tcrvievv but the network said
it would tape the interview
in West Germany. The Can-
adian Jewish Congress, which
had led the protests against
the invitation, promptly ci it
icized the change of plans.
Sinai Brotherhood
Holds Breakfast
Temple Sinai Brotherhood held
a bagel and lox breakfast meeting
on Sunday in the cafeteria of the
John F. Kennedy Junior High
School.
Guest speaker was Arnold Fein.
chairman, B'nai B'rith Anti-Defam-
ation League Committee of North
Shore Lodge.
Mexican Jews
Theme of New
Latin Article
An article, "\x>s Judios en la
Historia de Mexico," the Jews in
Mexican History, by Miami his-
torian Seymour B. liiebman. has
just appeared in "Cuadernos Amer-
icanos." a Latin American bi-
monthly.
Liebman and his wife recently
returned to Miami after a six-year
stay in Mexico, during which he
was an instructor in history and
international relations, and she-
was chairman of the Department
of Education at the University of
the Americas.
Mrs. Liebman is now director of
a Federal pilot project to improve
and devise new techniques for in
service training for teachers of
Dade County.
Mr. Liebman is the auth >r of
three books and numerous articles
on various phases of Latin Amer
ican history. His most recent
article in Cuadernos Americano-
is excerpted from his recentlv
completed manuscript, Faith and
Flame: History of Mexican Colonial
Jewry."
Liebman will give a course "l'
ploring the Latin American Mind.'
at the University of Miami con
mencing in February. Another ai
tiele by him, 'Barriers to Undei
standing,' will appear in the
Spring in the "Reconstructionist.'*

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i

Sixty-four children were consecrated at Tem-
ple Ner Tamid last Saturday and presented a
dramatic reading, "I am proud to be a Jew."
Officiating was Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Fol-
lowing the consecration ceremonies, a lunch-
eon was served by the "Parents," chaired by
Mrs. Samuel B. Pearlman, with Mrs. Paul Wil-
BOQ as co-chairman. Top row (left to right) are
ha Lazarnik, Ricky Superstein, Daniel Green,
Paul Novack Jeff Green. Second row (left to
r.ght) are Kenny Ganz, Bennett Achins, Marc
Bernes, Paul Chatzky, Fred Pozin, Arnel Pozin,
William Blumenkranz, Paul Sherman. Third
row (left to right) are Dav;d Balkin, Eddie
Greenfield, Robert Singer, Joel Rustien, Steph-
en Palant, Jack Lewis, Sandy Prager, Howard
Shapiro, Simie Estrach, Gaie Green, Dori Pal-
ant, Jody Lawrence, Debbie Goodman Debbie
Yaffe, Phi line Gorin, Lisa Gelfand. Fourth row
(left to right) are Annette Geller, Jeannette
Himelstein, Heidi Block, Debbie Gorin and
Alice Green.
'67 CJA Inaugural Feb. 12
Continued from Pag* 1-A
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Negro-Jewish Symposium Eyes Future
SAMUIL HABIK
**
JDC Executive
To Speak for CJA
I I. Haber. assistant exec-
, vice chairman of the .Joint
i ution Committee, will ad-
-- several Combined Jewish
peal fund raising meetings dur-
Ihe week of Jan. 29 to Feb. 5.
i foined the JDC staff in
-7 as director for Germany.
m headed a broad program
some 200.000 Jewish DPs.
Ming the establishment of the
- : Israel in 1948. he helped
the HP camps, speeding
thousands of Jewish sur-
lsrael. the United States
friendly lands.
n 1954, ht was sent to Moroc-
c organize a welfare program
rhich provided assistance to
- e than 50,000 of the coun
i 240,000 Jews. In 1957, ho
a given the added responsibil-
\ of developing a welfare pro-
f-am for needy Jews in Poland,
-e was first JDC representative
.- rnitted to function in that
:ountry since IvSO.
b major responsibility in
was to establish a special
> relief program for Jew-
. ..tnates returning from the
S : Union. As a result of his
' lent tri|s to that country, he
! me intimately acquainted with
ish life in Eastern Europe and
arded as an authority on
h needs in that area.
:> was assigned to the Euro- i
headquarters in Geneva in
assistant director-general.
speaking engagement
dule includes Crystal House.
10. ORT Women. Jan. 31:
- -h Home for the Aged, Jan.
'A M i governors of the Greater
Jewish Federation. Feb. 2:
Beth Am. Feb. 3; Temple
Torah. Feb. 4: Temple Me
h Feb. 3.
Continued from Page 1-A
could have, and the probabilities
i are that it will have, unless, un-
less."
Failure to Identify
The black man. says Prof Lin-
coln, is acutely aware of the fact
that although the Jews have iden
tified themselves with the Negro,
the black man doe- not sit in the
councils of respectable leadership.
He is down there in the ghetto
where the problem is. That is
where the concerned Jew will find
him. and that is where the witness
must be made.
Floyd B. McKissick of CORE
offers the judgment that anti-
Semitic sentiments in Negro ur-
ban communities have been
given exaggerated attention by
whites generally and Jews in
particular. His contribution, how-
ever, is hortatory rather than
analytical. Gus Tyler, assistant
president of the ILGWU, is one
of the outstanding contributors.
Wisely he warns against sim-
plistic approaches to complex
problems. He emphasizes that
neither the Jewish nor the Ne-
gro community is monolithic.
Leslie Fiedler, not unpredict-
ably, attempts to tackle the prob-;
lem through fiction, using the in-
struments of mythology, ritual and
Freudian psychoanalysis It is
surely doubtful that many Jewish
parents would share his appreci-
ation of the goodwill value of the
taking of black lovers by Jewish
daughters.
As though in admonition to
Fiedler. Rabbi Herbert Weiner
call* lor a balanced" response to
the Negro's bid for justice and
equality. "The goal of interming-
ling of groups on every level and
in every corner of life is not a
traditional Jewish goal The
briefest glance at the pattern
Jewish history and the laws of
traditional Judaism reveals that
separatism, not just between Jews
and Negroes, or Negroes and
white, but between all peoples, is
far closer t<> the Jewish dream of
an ideal reality than a breaking
down of all group barriers."
We Must Resist
Rabbi Arthur Her/berg arid Dr
Mane Syrkin also insist on unsen-
timental responses to Negro de-
mands. Dr. Herzberg alleges that
in his pursuit of his interests the
0 is using Jew hatred as a
means of making the Negro ghetto
too explosive to ignore, in such
a situation there can only be power
bargainings between groups and
communities. Jews must resist,
through all the influence and
power at their disposal, and they
must engage in the quest for ac-
commodation, at a cost acceptable
to them
Space does not permit a sum-
mary of the views of each of the
other discussants, who include
men like Maurice Samuel, Hor-
ace Kallert, Jacob Glatstein,
Harry Golden. Ben Halpern,
Howard Fast and other distin-
guished thinkers. Some of the
contributions raise relevant and
important questions and some
offer very helpful insights.
Some of the nagging questions
that remain in the nailer's mind
me: l pecific component
in Negro anti-Semitism that dis
nguishes it from the general anti-
white I'.o-tility of the Negro? To
what extent do charges of Jewish
"slumlordism." rack-renting and
dishonest trading rest on fact and
to what extent are they simply
rationalizations of a more Irration-
al prejudice? If all the Jews m<>< ed
out of Harlem, would that be the
end of Negro anti-Semitism, or
would the conflict continue in the
schools and universities, in 'be
City, state and federal services, in
the trade unions, in manufacture
everywhere, in fact, where the
Jew has something thai the Negro
feels he ought to have?
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Pago 10-A
+Jewlst ftcridNan
Friday. January 27. 1967
Thant Plea Shocks Israel
tinue to carry on operations until
she has been eliminated."
SEN. fUlBKIGHT
Fulbright
Talks At
Beth Am
Sen J. William Fulbright (D.-
Ark.) was to be guest speaker at
Temple Beth Am Thursday night.
Sen. Fulbright s appearance was
to inaugurate the Temples third
annual spring forum series.
The Senator's address was to be
on 'The World Today."
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Frank
and Cal Rosenbaum art co-
chairman of the third annual
arias.
Before graduating from the Uni-
versity of Arkansas, Sen. Ful-
bright won a Rhodes Scholarship,
and continued his study of history
and political science at Pembroke j
College, Oxford University, for j
three years, graduating with an ABi
degree in 1928. He received an
MA degree from Oxford in 1931.
In 1953, he was awarded an hon-
orary doctorate there.
He received his LLB degree
with distinction at George Wash-
ington University in 1934.
A strong opponent of President
Johnson's policies in Viet Nam,
and among leaders of the "doves,"
demanding a conclusion to U.S.'
participation in the Southeast Asia
war, he was chairman of the Sen-
Itfl Banking and Carrenty Commit-
tee from 1955 to 1959, and resigned
that year to become chairman of,
the Senate Foreign Relations Com-
mittee. He is also a member of
the Finance Committee and Joint
Economic Committee.
In 1954, he was the lone mem-
ber of the Senate to vote against
additional funds for the special
investigating subcommittee head-
ed by the late Sen. Joseph R. Mc-
Carthy, and was sponsor of the I
censure resolution against Sen. '
McCarthy subsequently passed by
the Senate.
Continued from Page 1-A
said the U Thant appeal was re-
garded with astonishment" by Is-
rael. The Premier also asserted
that Thant did not mention the
.eason for the border tension,
'Syrian aggression and especially
acts of sabotage inside Israel di-
rected against its civilian popu-
lation."
The Premier, in another speech,
reiterated that Israel would "ex-
>lore all political possibilities to
prevent further deterioration" of
the situation on the Syrian border,
but "if all these steps do not help,
wc shall talk to the Syrians in the
only language they understand."
Mr. Eshkol voiced that warning
in an address at Tel Aviv, before
a seminar of Israeli academic per-
sonnel affiliated with the Mapai
Party. He went to Tel Aviv im-
mediately after his address to the
Knesset where he had stated that
the "next few days" would be de-
cisive in determining whether the
Middle East pacification steps tak-
en by the United Nations and the
major powers would help restrain
Syria's continuing aggressions.
The Premier said that Israel's
army had been strengthened
greatly in the last three years.
Ha referred not only to Syria's
aggressions of the last three
weeks but also to the three-year
old Arab campaign for diversion
of the Jordan River waters so as
to deny Israel's use of Jordan
River waters. "Our struggle
against the diversion of the wat-
ers of the Jordan River sources
is not yet concluded," he stated.
"The Syrians are still holding
to their diversion plans, al-
though their preparatory work
for diversion of the Jordan head-
waters is taking place at sites
distant from our border."
Political observers said that the
Premier's speeches indicated Israel
would try once again to exhaust all
international and political proced-
ures before acting to assure its
legitimate right to defend its ter-
ritory' and lives of its citizens" by
military measures. The Premier's
speeches reflected the impact of
two opposing pressures; that of Is-
raeli public opinion which increas-
ingly demands strong and immedi-
ate action to halt Syrian incidents,
and that brought to bear by inter-
national forces, particularly U
Thant.
Israel has therefore agreed to
U Thant's appeal to meet with
Syria in an extraordinary session
of the Israeli-Syrian Mixed Armis-
tice Commission. If that meeting,
for which neither a date nor place
has yet been set, fails the observ-
ers said, it was clear from the
Premier's statement that "Syria.
will not be allowed to run amok."
United Nations observers, ac-
cording to the Christian Science
Monitor, were in accord with Is-
rael political circles in ~3oubting
that Mr. Thant's intervention
would have lasting effects. Jerusa-
lem sources, cited in JTA dis-
patches, pointed out that the UN
intervention was limited to one.
issue: land cultivation, whereas
the major, basic issue was Syria's
proclaimed intention to press fur-
tber aggressions across the bor-!
der. Unless Syria curbs its anti-,
Israel policy, it was believed in
Jerusalem, the present calm would
be of brief duration and the situ-
ation could easily flare up again,
reaching new peaks of violence.
In Damascus, the official news-
paper of the ruling Ba'ath party
said squads of the PLO entered
Israel recently on sabotage mis-
sions "as one of the rights of
the Palestine Arab people." The
newspaper also said "there is no
power on earth that can compel
us to act as guards for the Is-
rael border" by preventing
strikes by PLO infiltrators. Is-
rael has insisted that Syria is
obligated by a variety of UN
commitments to bar use of its
territory as staging bases for at-
tacks on a fellow-UN-member
state.
At the same time that Israel
sent to the UN its agreement to
attend the NAC session, it sub-
mitted its sixth complaint this
month after border incidents. Is-
rael also quoted a statement by the
Syrian Interior Minister that "Syria
has altered its strategy against Is-
rael and has moved over from de-
fense to attack" and that Syria in-
tended "to teach Israel a lesson
she will not forget. We will con-
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Friday. Januaty 27. 1987
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Youth Positive About Their Judaism
By DR. MAX LIPSCHITZ
Beth Torah Congregation
"When you grow up and have
a family of your own, would you
place more emphasis on Jewish
matters, less emphasis, or about
the same?" This was a que>(.on
1 posed to my students. 14 vears
old. attending a confirmation
class. Some 83 percent of the
students said that they would
place greater emphasis on few-
ish matters.
This does not
coincide with
t h e responses
given by teen-
agers in Wilkes-
Barre, P a N o
more than 20
percent of the
adolescents i n
Wilkes -Barre
believed that
they would
place greater
emphasis o n
Judaism in
their home.
Of course, it
must be noted
Rabbi lipichiti
that the Miami
students were studying in a Re-
ligious School beyond their Bar
and Bas Mitzvahs and, therefore,
were generally more committed
to Jewish education and Jewish
life. It is also possible that the
teen-agers were attempting to
impress the rabbi who posed the
question. At any rate, it again
becomes obvious that only
through education and continued
identification with synagogue life
w*!l the student be conscious of
the need for improving his own
Jewish commitment.
Here are excerpts of the es-
says written by the teen-agers:
Said one girl: "I started my
Jewish education when I was
three yean old, and I never once
found it boring. I feel that I
would like to be more religious.
I will keep a kosher home be-
cause it will give me a greater
apprec ation of Judaism in my
home .1 don't think a per-
son's religion should be forced
upon them."
Uncertainty Remains
Said another: "Though my
home is kosher, and my parents
are very active in the synagogue.)
yet I believe that somehow I can:
make my own home, when I grow I
up. even more Jewish."
On the other hand, one stu-!
dent does not feel she can re- i
spond intelligently to this ques-!
tion today. As she put it: "At the i
moment. I am unsure of certain j
aspects of my religion. This is
why I am attending Confirmation
Class. After studying Judaism a
few more years, I will then know-
how much religion I will have in
my home today. I would simply
be more religious on my own. I
don't think anyone has to wait
till they grow up to decide how
religious they want to be."
Another student writes: "I will
try to encourage my children to
delve into the meanings of the
Jewish ways and laws. But after
giving my children this education
and background, I would then
permit them to follow their own
degree of Jewish belief and prac-
tice."
Emphasis Satisfying
Many students, however, seem
to be satisfied with the emphasis
on Jewish life in their homes.
s:nce the ch:ldren are receiving
an excellent Jewish education,
and the family captures the at
mosphere of Judaism in the
home. "If I can succeed with mt
children as my parents have with
me. then I will know that I have
done well." said one youngster.
Another lad believes that Jew-
ish consciousness has to improve
if it is to survive. "We are the
future Jews of the world." said
the boy, "and if we want Juda-
ism to continue, we have to be
more religious ... If everyone
gets a little more religious, our
nation will prosper and ne\r
have to fear extinction."
One young lad is attempting
to influence his parents to keep
kosher and attend Friday serv-
ices religiously. One adolescent
feels, "We are neon-light Jews
only, and there should be more
emphasis on Shabbat, holidays,
and kashrut in our home."
Another student Is resentful
of being forced to attend public
school during the Pilgrimage
Festivals. His friend would 111
to see his parents "force" him
go to Saturday morning servii
and vows that when he will b--
come a parent, he would "insis"
that his children attend service-
Another teen-ager bemoans the
fact that her parents did not sen'l
her to Hebrew School until sh i
was 11. and promises to begin
the education of her children at
an early age.
Prevalent Attitudes
It should be emphasized ag3in
that these are the opinions of
students, in a traditional congr,-
gation, whose Jewish education
is more intensive and who an
presently actively committed t
synagogue life.
If these religious attitude-
would be prevelant in more Jew
;sh teen-agers, it would augur a
new generation of authentic ar 1
committed adults
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The BirfWday of the Kneseet
The Knesset, the Parti aim t of
the State of Israel, is already in
existence for 15 years.
Although 15 years is only a-*taort
period, if we will take as an ex
ample the Dutch Parliament -that
recently celebrated its 500th. tti
lOuDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyl. Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever
Friday .":4r. p.m. Saturday S:3I> a.in
Sermon: "Thr Foundation Which
Jew, (Saw Mankind." Pulpit guest
Cantor Matut Hadxllllover, interpreter
of Hebrew liturgy. Mincha 5:30 p.m
Host will be Sam Brick.
---- ----
IETM DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
aarvative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor
William W. Lioaon.
Friday 1:16 p.m. Sermon: "Jane
France* Becomes Devurah Kmmet."
Baa Mitzv.ih: Barbara, daughter of
Dr. anil lira. Harry Horwlch. satur-
da) 9 a.m. Sermon: "The Torah Lea-
on." Mar Mitzvah: Barry 1-orln. son
>f Mr. and Mrs. Morton FVIiman.
Mincha S:40 p.m.
1ETH EL. 500 SW I7tn Avi. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schift.
Friday 5:45 p.m. Saturday B:S0 a.m.
Sermon: "Accepting Responsibility."
Bar Mitzvah: Jay J.. son of Mr. and
Mrs. .lack Goldf&rb. Minch i 5:S6 p.m.
ETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Berel Wain.
Frldaj 5:50 p.m. Saturday '.< a.m. Ser-
mon: The Qlvtng "f the Law." Queet
peakar, Rabbi Zev Wein of t'hicagu,
in.
ETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Avt.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Benjamin Ben.An
- 18 ii m Sermon: "A i > .>
logue for World Peace Saturday
tt:45 a.m. Sermon Mosaic Lawa
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CANOLEUGHTING TIME
16 She vat 5:41 pan.
i -
[>eafened the World." 4 p.m Caste*
in Talmud and ESthloi >f the Fal
LUBAVITCHER MlNYAN. 800 Waah |
ington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abra- ;
ham Korf. Cantor Erneit Field.
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MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Modern traditional. Max
W. Temchin. president. Cantor Louis i
Cohen.
Friday 5:45 p.m. Bkiturda) l i m
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OHEV SHALOM. 11 Normandy Or.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber.
man.
Sati rda> N ;,( a.m.
The} .-t .>l ..t the Foi
Mini .t S SO ; m.
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonai-
E. Capl^n.
p daj 5:40 and >:!* p no Sermon'
"Qualification* tui P ''' '<'
Hosts. Mr and Mrs \-ii>n Bnajelman,
Mr and Mrs. Donald Plckei Sa
Inj a.m s. rm >n i. Bo ''
Pressures." Mincha J:-'> p.m.
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TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con
aarvative. 102S NE 1P3rd St.. Miarrv
Gardens Rd.. Rabbi Milton Schlmsky.
Cantor Maurice Neu.
Prlda) S:IS p.m. Sermon "Our Youth
Speaks." Saturda) 5:45 a.m Mincha
': I.", p.m.
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 S. KendaK
Or.. So. Miami. Reform. RaaO
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
Friday 5:50 p.m. Rabbi Baumgard will
review "The Fixer" l> Bernai I Mala
mud. Saturda) 11:15 a.m. Bar Mitx
van Steven, son of Mr. and M i
I 'an/.il Naa
Sermi >i v i |
13630 W. Dixie Mwy. Conservative.
Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Sey-
mour Hinkes.
Friday 5:15 p.m. Bermon: "Jea ah
Humor" One* ShaMiat hosted b> Sis-
terhood. Saturday ^:^.". a in Sermon:
"Portion of the Week."
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ETH SOLOMON. 50 NW 5Ut PI.
Conservative. Rabbi Aaron Feier.
Frlda) 5:45 and 5:15 p.m. Barmoa:
"Jewish Hi......lorn it- Meaning and
Teaching." Onag Shabbat hosted by
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Sedlik In honor
of children, grandchildren and fam-
ily members. Saturday 5 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Portion of the W.ek' Mincha
5:45 p.m.
SETH TFILAH 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
3ETH TORAH. 184th St. and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer.
Friday 6:50 and 5:15 p.m. Saturday
5:50 i .m. Bar Mitzvah Joel, son ,.f
I >r. and Mis. Harry liaulkin: Jona-
than, son nf Mr. and Mr-. Saul Freeh-
tel. Mincha 6 p.m. Bar Mitzvah:
Mitchell, son of Mr. and Mr.-. Sevmour
Fox.
B'NAI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter
Cantor Jack Lerner.
Frlda) B 15 p.m Sermon "Hoa Deal
is tin- Decalogue to r.-' Baturda)
<:l"i a.m Bar Mitzvah: Alan, son !
Mr. and Mrs Milton I'isliman
SEPHARDIC JEW.SM CENTER W5
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nih
nlaa.
Fri i.iv mincha 5 p.m Saturdn
a m. Ser.....n "The Great i;

TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY
WOOD. 1331 S. 14th Ave Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe
l-'rida v v r. p.m Sermon I I *- ;
Road to mi. -- Sal
Bar M Its van Uar) .t. ..i Mr sad
Mrs Jerome Hli -. 'i
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TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL. I :i
Jefferson Ave. Conservative Cantor
Saul H. Breeh.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of H jlly
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rCabbinical J clevision f~^roarantt
Jan. 29 Ch. 10. 11 a.m "The Jewish Worship Hour"
Rabbi Morton Mllavsky, Temple Beth Sholom. Holly-
wood. Fla.
Jan. 29 Ch. 7. 10 am.. "The Still Small Voice-
Host: Bureau of Jewish Education, Louis Schwartz (
man, moderator.
Discussion: The Bureau of Jewish Education will
present the three winners of the Essay Contest
which they have re
who will discuss books
viewed for the contest.
Jan. 31 Ch. 2. 9:30 p.m.. "Man to Man
Topic: 'God, Man and Science"
Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Participants: Rabbi Joseph R. Narot of Temple Israel
of Greater Miami; Fr. Donald Connolly Holv
Family Catholic Church; Dr. Conrad W'illard
Central Baptist Church
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raeli Defense Army standing in the
rear of the platform with swords
in their hands. At the first open-
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the late Chaim Weizmann, was the
most important" guest.
Since theft, about 1.000 laws
were passed in the Knesset; about
niversary. In the history. oL "new 300 of them entirely new ones.
Israel, 15 years is a quite Whsid-1 For a short1 ^ertod. the seat of
erable period >f time. | 'the Knesset wag in Tel Aviv in-g
The KnesSk-t was opened on building that" previously was a j
Shevath ft, SS709 (1949) in the i theater. When Jftusalem was de-
meeting hall of the Jewish Agency I dared the capital of the State of
in Jerusalem. The problem for us: Israel, the government and the
was how to arrange a State cere-; Knesset moved to Jerusalem,
many. We already had some experi-
ence from the ceremonies at the
Zionist Congresses and meetings
of the Jewish Agency; while the
rest we learned from other nations.
Even so, it was unusual to see
high staff commanders of the Is
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
OF MIAMI. 1242 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Dov Rozencweig.
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HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER,
126 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd. Rev.
Paul Deutsch.
Friday 8 p.m. Bervlces conducted by
Max j. Welts, youth director ol Tem-
ple Adath Yeshurun. Saturday : a.m.
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HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander 8. |
Gross.
Frldav 5:43 |..m Saturda) a in Bar
Mitzv.ih Shaul Bhrasa, son ol Rabbi
and Mrs Alexander Qi M ncha
p m
ISRAELITE CENTER. J175 SW 25th '
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L I
Drazin. Cantor William B. Nussen. i
ten. ;
Friday 3:!:. ana 1:18 p.m Sermon ,
''in We PackadM Salvation? In it ;
Saleable?" Saturday 8:4:. a.m. Bar-I]
nion: "Portion of the Week."
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JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
The new home Of the Knesset Cantor Mayer Engel.
Friday ,'.::ti> p.m. Saturday 8:S0 a.m.
Sermon: "I'omm.indments for To-
morrow.''
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION YITHRO
The revelation of the Law on Mount Sinai
''And it came to pass on the third day, when it was morn*
hat there were thunders and lightnings and a thick cloud upon
the mount, and the voice of a horn exceeding loud .Exod 19 fe"
YITHRO Word reached Jethro, Moses' father in law and
a priest of Midian. of what God had done for the Israelite; V,
went to meet Moses in the desert. Jethro advised Moses to appoint
judges, in order to ease the burden of his sole leaders!
should confine himself to the most difficult questior
judges, in order to ease the burden of his sole Iea7ersh7p
should confine himself to the most difficult questions
In the third month, the children of Israel heard the Ten
Commandments at Mount Sinai: God's voice declared- !. 1
Lord thy God Thou sha.t have no other She 0^^
Thou shall npt take the name of the Lord thv God in vafn
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Thou shalt not
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Self.
Friday 8:30 p.m. Saturday H.JO a.m.
Sermon: "The Still Small Voice That
. Thou shalt not murder
. Thou shalt not steal
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Deaths in Miami
OTHER Of ATMS SIC. I
BLAUFSTEIN, Jacob, 71, of 1XSI <-..l-
Uf Service! m Spring Valley,
v v iilasbers, Knntrai Home
KAHAN. Mm. RsK'IM. *H. l.f 17.31"
,-. i hi- \\-. Service* i" New \.>rk
. ty Riverside Chapel, Alton Rd.
hoff. Kalui"ii. H, "f MM Collins
Servlcei in Sew rock City.
. R|de Chapel. Alton im
LEVY Ralph, "", of Mill Collins An
,. k| ...... Jan. M. Rleeralde, Nor-
1-1. .hai'.l
I -van. Samuel b"., W. "f :t!'3i Col.
, \ v.- Sei vices in Phltadi Iphln
H*un< ra I Home.
PC-SEMKRANTZ. Mrs Alice B.,
. f 1100 Weal Avi s. rvlc. i.
Riverside Ni'rmanily isl. Chapel
BLAKEMAN, H.tfl):.m!n 8., 73. pfJSOO
Ba> Tt8. Services in New Y.rk t'tsV .
i: \. i- i hai el, Alton Rd
GOLDEN. Maurlci K.. 71. of MM Col-
II Ave Service! in Cleveland, <>
Newman Funeral Hom<
GOLDing. Isaac -M 78, of 1031
llchlcan \ \ Ber\ l< In Pol ti.i nd,
M> Riverald) Normand) Isk Chap-
GREENBERG. Michael, II. ..f 1677
'olllnt An -. |c< in \V im ii i
' na.la. Rlverrlde Chapel, Alton Rd
kinzer. m Reekie, :< | J8oi (.' llna Ave. Services Jan :':;. Riverside
Normandy Is Chapel
nadel, Solomon. 82, ol >! Col'Ins
Ave Service* In Passulc, N..I. New-
man Funeral Home
COViN, Isldor, IS, of 712 2nd St
Cervices Jan 2u Gordon Puneral
Hume.
Friedman. Mrs Tllll< Pearl. 86, of
I25S NE 135th St. Service! Jan. 20
Riverside Normand) Isle Chapel.
GOLDMAN. Ml*. Ra.. 72, of 111)
Ocean I>r Services In Detroit. Rlv-
rslde Ch.p< I. Alton Rd
MILLER. Mrs. I. na. !!. .if 8850 Byron
Ave Service! n Cincinnati, O Riv-
erside Norm nd> Isl. Chapel.
MOSES. Marcus, J8, of 701 Paradlsn
Lve Services' .Ian 22. Rlversldi
Chapi I, Do Rlaa Rd
Rapogel. Mrs. Augusts J 7:'. of
1001 Collins Ave, Services In .!..>>
city. N'.J Klaabers. Puneral Home.
ROVNER. Mrs Lena. 87, of ISM SW
7th st Services Jan 20 Newman
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..-d '""25 Monroe St. Conservative
Morton Maiavsky. Cantor Er-
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LE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chas*
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ntor DaviO Conviter
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TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW 8tn
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Between You and Me; By BORIS SMOLAR
Germans Learn
All About Jews
THERE IS NOT much love lost
between Israeli students and
diplomats in West Germany and
the Jews residing there. There are
hundreds of Israeli students study-
ing in various universities in Ger-
many. They maintain contact with
Germans, but avoid maintaining
any contact with the Jewish com-
lUSa 01 muividiials. Jewish community leaders
in university cities resent this attitude. They feel
that the Israelis snub them for the sole reason that
thev chose to live in Germany. In Bonn, the local
Jewish leaders told me that they seldom see an
Israeli in their small synagogue, and that Israeli
diplomats appear there only on High Holidays.
These leaders believe that Jewish life in Bonn,
where the community is very small, would have
been much stronger than it is if staff members of
the Israeli embassy did not ignore the existence
of a Jewish community in the city. In other cities,
with large Jewish communities, the local Jewish
leaders complain that while Israelis come Jo them
for fund-raising, the Israelis see no need to build
a bridge of friendship between local Jews and Israeli
students. The 30,000 Jews now residing in West
Germany are contributing to various Israeli causes
about S500.000 a year.
The line of division which the Israelis in Ger-
many draw between themselves and the local Jews
is, strangely enough, not drawn at all by the Ger-
mans. The average German, including many Ger-
man officials, considers all the Jews as Israelis and
doesn't know the difference. Germans cannot, for
instance, understand why Jews in the United States
are protesting against certain developments in Ger-
many. To them, the Jews of America. France, Eng-
land and other countries arc Israelis, and they can-
not understand why these Jews should protest
against them at a time when they go out of their
u.y, to be friendly to Israel.
Israel to them is the symbol of world Jewry,
and they are very much surprised when they are
told thai .lews in the United States and in other
countries have their own attitudes toward world
issues, including issues affecting Germany.
'

As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Deeds-Not Words
LISTER MATTHIAS, O.S.F., one of the
nuns who marched lor racial justice
in Chicago this summer, found her bib
splattered with blood when an unen-
lightened denizen of the Windy City
hurled a brick at her. From her hospital
bed. she made a touching statement: "I
only wish we had taught them better
. The kids throwing the bricks Were
the kids we had told it was enough to go to Sunday Mass
and eat Friday fish. We had hung those scapulars around
their necks, but we had never mentioned that it mattered
whether or not there was hate in their hearts."
Dr. Evor Roberts, 47, pastor of fashionable Swarth-
mOre, Pa., Presbyterian Church, was asked recently to
resign because of his civil rights activity. In the last six
years of his pastorship in Swarthmore, the church rolls
dwindled by 250. The church elders wanted him to preach
more sernlons on "peace of mind" and "joy of salvation."
In churches and synagogues throughout the land, the
battle lines grow sharp twixt the old time religion that
was good enough for Aunt Polly and the modern impera-
tive to hit social injustice with the battering ram of great
moral and ethical action. At the July World Conference
on Church and Society in Geneva, the global dimensions
of this tug-of war were clearly delineated. More recently,
at the seventh annual General Assembly of the National
Council of Churches in Miami, all Americans had a ring-
side seat as the drama between gosnel pie-ln-the-sky and
down-fo-carth punching for economic and racial justice
was played out.
In Geneva, where the theme of "Christians in the
Technical and Social Revolutions of Our Time" predom-
inated, concern for peace was primary: hut delecates from
the emereine African states offered pressing reminders of
the shame of racism.
In Miami. Evangelist Billy Graham urged his Protes-
tant brethren to cool it and to return aenin and aeain
to the soothing preachments of yesteryear: "The pendulum
has swung too far toward the revolutionary and too far
away from the 'redemptive witness of the Gospel' .
There are plenty of injustices, but before you tackle them,
you must 'Christianize' men." He wanted to know why his
fellow-clergymen couldn't get just as excited over evan-
gelism as they were over marching in Selma. Bishop
Ruben H. Mueller, outgoing president of the National
Council of Churches, made it clear he was firmly on the
side of deeds, not words, in urging the ministers to push
beyond the parish in order to bear witness in a secular
age. Dr. Harvey Cox, author of "The Secular City," but-
tressed Bishop Mueller's appeal.
Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
U.S. Still Silent on Jews in Russia
Washington
1JIGH ADMINISTRATION circles,
seeking improved American-
Soviet relations at a time of rur&n--"]
lence in China, do not want the
new Congress to adopt a resolu-
tion calling on Russia to accord
basic rights to Jews. White House
and State Department sources
have cited the President's State of the Union mes-
sage. The Administration wants a lowering of East-
West barriers along lines enunciated by President
Johnson. American Governmental protests on the
Russian Jewish situation were termed less desirable
than ever.
Administration officials maintain that Moscow
is easing anti-Jewish restrictions. They cite new
religious facilities allegedly provided to Jews and
a recent statement in Paris by Alexei Kosygin,
chairman of the USSR Council of Ministers. Mr.
Kosygin indicated that some Jews would be per-
mitted to emigrate to join families abroad.
An assertion is made on highest levels that a
Congressional resolution, such as the Ribicoff meas-
ure unsuccessfully sought last session, would only
antagonize the Russians and do more harm than
good. Official U.S. protests, they claim, would be
interpreted as an intrusion into domestic Soviet
affairs. It might be equated with some theoretical
Soviet resolution concerning American treatment
of Negroes.
I Write as I Please
Also, an American Government protest would
be untimely because of "present liberalizing trends."
Washington, however, is firmly convinced that
the U.S. Government must not involve itself through
formal expressions of cither the Legislative or Exec-
utive branches.
Jewish leaders fear that a slackening of the
public outcry might cause Moscow to grow more
rigid. It could end any tendencies to accord Jews
the same rights afforded other Soviet minorities.
Moscow is obviously responsive only to world pub-
lic opinion on this issue.
President Johnson emphasized in his State of
the Union address that "our relations with the Soviet
Union are in transition." He noted that "we have
avoided both the acts and the rhetoric of the Cold
War. When we have differed with the Soviet Union,
we have tried to differ quietly and with courtesy.
Our objective is not to continue the Cold War, but
to end it."
The President did not mention it. but State
Department officials pointed out that the best
possible relations with Russia must be sought at a
time of embroilment in Viet Nam and dangerous
upheaval in China. Observers of the Russian Jewish
dilemma, however, feel that if Washington is to
grant various things desired by Russia, the time
is propitious to remind the Russians of American
concern over the fate of Jews.
By CARL ALPERT
Outspoken Diplomat Takes Stand
JAIFA At a time when the several
Arab states have been bringing con-
siderable pressure to bear on King Hus-
sein to permit the stationing of Arab
troops in his kingdom for the "protec-
tion" of that country, a tense political
drama of extremely great significance
has been quietly acted out in Israel.
Though the issues involved have a real
and direct bearing on war and peace in the Middle East,
the matter has received scant attention abroad.
Central figure of the six-day drama was Israel's Min-
ister of Labor, Vigal Allon. Young, outspokenly articulate,
an activist by nature, a war hero, handsome, and fre-
quently spoken of as Prime Minister material. Allon
started the excitement on Friday when he told a meeting
of leaders of his kibbutz movement that Israel would not
tolerate the presence of foreign troops in Jordan.
"By saying this, we do not rattle our sabers." he
added, "but explain our stand. Should new troops enter
Jordan, this would be a far-reaching breach of the armis-
tice agreement They should realize that the alternative
in Jordan is not only between Hussein and Nasser
there is a third one ."
There was nothing new in what Allon said. It has
been said from time to time by Israeli leaders. It applies
especially to Iraq. The latter nation never signed a truce
agreement with Israel, and stationing of Iraqi soldiers on
Israel's borders could lead to a highly combustible
situation.
What attracted attention, however, was the timing
of this sober warning at the very moment when the Arab
states were pressuring Hussein for troop entry into Jordan.
Two days after Allon's speech, the matter was raised
at the regular Sunday meeting of the Israel Cabinet.
Details of the meeting were not made public, but it was
fairly clear what went on. First. Allon was git n a lacing
down. By what right does a Minister of Labor make
pronouncements on forei n at lairs'' It will be recalled
that when Golda Meir was Foreign Minister, she objected
to the then Minister of Education, Abba Eban, doing
exactly the same thing.
In the second place, this policy statement was not
cleared with the Government, and therefore was not an
official declaration, Allon had to "explain." He was com-
pelled to announce that what he had said was his own
personal opinion.
One day later, on Monday, there were second thoughts
in the Government about the whole hum Would this
not sound as it Israel were going soft, and that Israel was
not concerned with changes m Jordan? The Arab mental
ity is very responsible to such nuances
Accordingly, Foreign Minister Eban took to the air
to slate that Government policy in the matter had been
declared in HJ58 and had never been changed, namely,
it would oppose any change in the status quo in Jordan
He specifically reminded Jordan land by inference it-
U.S. State Department supporters] thai the armistice
agreement to which it was signatory, obligated it to sei
to complete withdrawal of all Iraqi troops from Its terri
tory. And as a final touch, he added that only the Pi-inn
Minister and the Foreign Minister have the authority t<.
state policy in these matters.
Three days later, on Thursday, the Prime Minister
decided to make sure the point was not lost on the Arabs
Addressing a party conference in Tel Aviv, Levi Eshkol
warned that Israel retained its freedom of action in case
the status quo in the region is upset, particularlv as
regards Jordan.
According to press reports, he then turned to Allon
and commented: "Minor disagreements over ways of
speaking can occur between the best of friends
By:
MAX LERNER
Young No Longer Have Heroes
INSTEAD OF New Year's resolu-
tions, which are always break-
able and generally broken, I want
to write about heroes and gurus
who help shape the unbroken lines
of our personality.
By heroes I mean the people
either today or in history
whom we admire from afar, and
adore either secretly or openly. By guru I mean the
guide whom we may have known in childhood or at
school or college, the face-to-face influence that has
left the deepest imprint on our minds. But some-
times also the guru may be the hero-as-teacher,
whom we know only at a distance, whose shaping
power lies not in what he has achieved as a star in
the political or creative firmament, but in what he
says and is what he teaches and the kind of life
that he lives.
One difficulty with the generational struggle of
today is that it makes it hard for the young to estab-
lish a relationship of trust with someone older. There
were at least three or four teachers, at various
stages of my schooling, to whom I turned with what-
ever heartbreak or triumph I had. Even in my late
twenties, at my first real editorial post. I used to sit
listening to my chief for hours every morning as he
recounted whom he had known and where he had
been. He was Ulysses come back from his voyages
with a mind full of magic and memories, the last
man I ever knew who knew cvcrythn.
Partly the problem is that there are no political
heroes today to play the role of mentors for the
nations. Roosevelt is gone, and Stevenson, and John
Kennedy: Lyndon Johnson can scarcely take their
place, and even Robert Kennedy who seemed for
a time to have the confidence of the young has
been tarnished by a phone-tap and a book. The Re-
publican leaders who are being talked about are not
leaders but pygmies.
This is no age of heroes, for the older genera-
tion as for the younger. The task of running a nation
under modern conditions of instant communications
has become one that quickly dissipates the hero's
halo. It js one thing to gain power, whether by force
or fraud or legitimacy, and to build an image in
gaming it. But the ordeal of sustaining power erodes
the authority and withers the image, and few are
proof against it.
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-\' I- IIRHEB? UIVBN thai
!- BERN* I UN. holder of
' m >,:,. Certificate: No -m
' I"' daj : June. A 1 >. I Ml,
n" offici. and baa
"" atl.m for a tax deed to h*
' there, s ild Certifli ate n -
[ dnci I bed pr p.
of Dade, Btat'
1 1. .1 -H il
B IJua Hardens Re-
Page i In the
' State ol PI.
ald pi
"cat. ,:, me
r- OKI NYCsJ,
> *hall lie n-
dee
-

l nv
'" I I.l i.. the
irthoua, di or
v n Hm month ,'
ith day
'' 1967
> IVTHBRMAN, "
' It Court,
l-'iorida
1 ':.!"- ft'. \ Nil
I eputy c:. rk
- 1/6-IS-
. MAENnr^JV JUOGE'S COURT
' rn.,^fl D*S COUNTY,
FLORIDA 1-s, PROBATE
. N( --70B
l-
- vmm
BY HENRY LEONARD
mAlEKNALORPER
NO. B6 I
!,....... .Premier 11
*.....VICE PKLOKM
...........Vice PRtfrwwi
VIC? PRiiirivr
- VICt l'Pr ' '......Vl y -...- ..VKC KKRIPtNl
,-" : '",.- "mF^ORPf.
"With so many Vice Presidents, they
must be awfully wickedl"
LIOAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 72
In RE Entate ;1
UVKOT-HV >l l I-KNSKI.
used
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHAROB
NOTICE i* hereby (riven thai I havi
my i-'.n.ii Report and I'etltloa
for Wstrlbutlon and Plnal DlncharRa
as Administrator "f the .-t.,i.- ..r
Dt>KOTUY sn-hKNSKI. ,l.. a-e.l:
and :..,! ..n the Mh day ol Pebi iary,
IM7 will apply to th< Honorable
Count; Judgea "f Dade County, Plor-
iu*. for approval <>f .s;ii \.! for .1l.-tril.iiiu.il und final ili.--
. hart- a.- Administrator of the estata
"f the abovi named decedent Th -
.'th day of January, IM"
Aitsoui h. sri:L'KN.-ki
ii- r*RR BOUttRS
Attorney
m S \V. Htll Street
Miami, Florida
!i g/a
V \si.i:v
CREDITORS
mi tteraona
d.
tl
d.
Irt.
notlfli
an\
I.l III.
re-
a n.i
.
i
_ NOTICE TO
' lali .
late
" I
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. Wl Law- against
>:' i ada County, n,.r-
, ',.; of riade
'I- UU ui ,|,,|.ll-
Bectlon TS3 in.
office*- in
Ceurthouae uu,ie
'; within >U ,-len.lr
time i In,. flrHt
hweof, m the same will
Kl..
th. ,
C.
n
i.i. .
I..
i
ii.,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 67- L02
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TKRRIK MICI1KI.!.!-. 1-i'iVIN,
Plaintiff,
I AM U POTVIN,
i ant
TO wh.i.iam I. POTVIN
WII.I LAM !. Pom VIN, .,i.
notified that > Bill of
i for Dlvorct has. been
ou, an mhtvo a eatn -t your An *-ei i I'te.ut-
inir u> the BIH of Coml laml an the
, attorney, AJJtKHT wu.-
KNSKV. :-:m;i IUE,
Rulldim; Mi im:. Plorl la, ana file the
i r or Pleading in the
he Merk of tl.
on or before Uu day of Pebru-
II so, judg-
cfault wI bi [rii ai
\u r he reiiel i< n. U>
plaint
Th notice si bed oru
f,r f..... i aka
in TIM'. .IKVVIMt PI>>lill>IAN
l-..\i: \\|. m
PI i Ida. '' 2th da) Jai
A D.
II I |-\ rtlKIRMAN, Clerk,
< ii i uu ...if., i -.! i'1 Plorlda
IS. i K M I.V.ViA.N
UtputJ Clerli
1-37 : ^-m
H
v Pli rlda, this 30th
"'' '-mber, A U )9
\ I'llERINE C MKiLHCBY
Ai Kx^tuta-ix
on of this notice
1, '' ,\ SU88MAN
on
1/6-13-20-27
N'NTHAENS0U0NRTVOAr;2O^8 COURT
FLOQ,r. OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
-. r e-n
No. 73265 A
tte of
''^HU-MKXKKl.,,.
VUctR.Z2 CREO.TORS
lt, ^ I'em-iiMlB A.:
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to pi
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NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO APPLY FOR
CHANGE OF NAME
CMnctiy No. 66C 13468
'mill It May i 'in. rn
". tint ii herd j Blveq ih,,t the un-
'leiMii...l t ..III ..!. -r. M.I'KKTli AL.-
C'aZAH and Al.fc'-I AN I 'KINA M. Al.-
i'A/i-\!i. Iiim wile. .' residence
i.hlr. -s Is 906 s W Snund Street.
Apartment f, in the city of M
fail* County, Florida, intends t,. ap-
ply ? ,. rhA rtonorabl. John J. KE-
HOE, Judge of the II. v. nth Judicial
Circuit, in ami for l>adw Coujjty, ai
bis office In the County Court H at n on o'elo.-k A.M., on the 2nd day
f MMkruai v. in;7 oi u* mod there-
gfter as Hmv may bi heard, f<* an
order chaturiiiK th. name of th. Ir
s.m. from (AHJA)S AIJJtntTo MON-
TBRRET to CAKU AI.HKJtTO
ALc\/,.\K hv who h name ha shall
iiii i after be k nown.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 27th
day wX LWckUUMr. AD. 1966
AL.BKRTO AU'AZAK
AL.EJANOKINA M. AU'AZAR
Pettttoners
<:AI l IN. HOTHENUEKO,
l/KI,r!HfK miJSWHN
Hy SHPIJ.KiN N t.i:i.ClU'K
Altwruy for I'etiiiwuurs
0 Bus a\ ns Muildlog
Miami. Florida
I

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a!'v '
Admiuixl
I .

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Put
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
L.S HKKKHY UIViiN
iniu4fa
l ilia In Ii'
f \ i .. i- -i Tvl I" AM> RUP-
IM.V i .,i || II H '
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torh of tii
. ml v. Pbii
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LEGAL NOTICe
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 7334-A
In HI' I .
M'l.uMl IN I "I: I.I'M AN
I'. ..-. .|
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To. All credit.i and All IN
il.i'. ng lalim or 1'. manda -\^
Said Estate
\"ii are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims, and
demandi hiih you may have against
he estate "t KOLOMoN KKI.I >M AN.
deceased laxe ol Dade County, Pl ida. to the Countj Judges lejul
Coupty, and file the sajne in duplk-at,
and aa provided in Section TM.I6,
Florida Statuti n, in th. ir offi. .
ttii- Count) Courthouse in Dade Coun<
tv Florida, within m\ calendar
months from the time of the iii>t
publication hereof, or tile same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this (th
day of Jin t l" 191 "7
\\ li.l I \M s n:i.lMA.N
\~ Executor
First publl il i '. "t tins n.'ii' qh
the 13th da)
AKONOVITZ, SlIATKR \ ML'HER
A; '...i :i.> > f.-r ICxecutor
Hullding
Miami, Ploi ids II ;.'
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTV,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 72714 A
In RK i: tut, (
NIN \ || i.i it I'MBH ii :
NINA i: VKICR Hi iTTLIKU
I'.. eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i 'i. II'..; H and All Pi
Having claims or Denuinds Against
Said Esl.il.
v.ui are hfreby notified and re-
quired t" present an\ claims nil
demands which von ma) Itave against
th) eatate of NINA B UOTTUKB
( a NINA BAKER OOTTMKII
th

NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 6C1331
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
AI.I'KI'.I' JOHN .UA.UI.-,
i nilfl
v -
KVKI.VN M VAIIS,
I '. I.Mld i '
Tu. l-Aiil N v \.\ H.-
\ar.l
njnt '' .:.
IPoU, KVBLYN MA \I!S, are her,! ;
notified Bill "! complaint for
Divorce has i>. en filed agadnal
and you an red to ser\e a
of you or Pleading to the
Kill of Comi I...nt "ii th, Plalntlfn
attorney irwin i stcnk. 4i: iiis-
ayne Building. 19 W Plagler Btrcei
Miami, i'i.i 33130, Phone: 371-1411,
I HI, iclnal Ansuer or Plead-
ing in the .fiiiai of the Clerk of tho
ill Court oil or before tile Mh
lay of February, 1!'67. If you fall to
tak.n against >< 11 for the relief iie-
inanilod in the Rill ..f Complaint.
-hall be iiulilish.il om e
... 'i ivsak for four consecutive weeka
in THE JBWLHH Kl-ollll >1AN.
DONE AND OROBRBD at Miami,
Florida, this 4th day of January,
A V 1 M
I R l.l'XTIIEKMAN. Clerk,
I 'ado ( N>Unl \ l-'li'lida
lS.,,ll B) C P CI'I'KI.ANI)
Deputy Clerk
1/6-13-20-2T
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 13766
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I.ESUK M. HABEK.
PUiintiff
TEIUISA hai:i:k.
Defendant
TO: TEKI-XA IIABKR
inn n. a. hwood Road
i tol P, nneaaee
You. 'I'EKKSA HABklR, are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
t b.i.- been filed against v.,u.
and j -l to servi a
. :r \ aa/i c Pleadlna b
bill i unt on '' i'i..
atUK/iej iitn.N i frpONI* o?
Iildg W Plagler Btn -
Miami. F the
original Answer or I'leading in
..ffi.
be tak, n aga
i
i THE JEWISH
- .
i
10-27
months from the time of the
publication hereof, or the aama win
be i-.i' 'i
Dated at Miami. Florida, this i:
da) of I'.. mber, A.D. lyi
THE MIAMI IIK.M'll
FIRHT NATIONAL BANK
B) PETER \ ISAM
\> 11\. cutor
P ibllcatlon ol
"' Si Ii da) ol Ian ar) 1967.
BYRON I. SPARSER
Vltori \. utoi
led North HI Blvd.
M i .in Pioi Ida
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 06C 12040
NOTICE OF SUIT
THE WIl.l.lAMMIllL.H
HA VINOS BANK
L'laintlff,
\s.
hVOBER'l' DARRBL.L COFFMAN,
t 1IX
I fendants.
TO: Robert Darrell Coffn an and
Patricia \m. Coffman, his wife, Resi-
dence Unknown and if remarried,
:io.i in.mi.mi. ap. ugea. if .... l. and
ii dead, tneli unknown h. irs .i> i
legatees, grontea, assLgii tenors,
' -'' a, i or ..'h. r lal mints
otatintimj i y, through, i ndi i r aaalnsi
an) th, abovi lamed i
aaho ..:. d< > used,
You are h, reby notified I hat the
.ili'..\>' i aptioned action has i.- rt In-
stituted againsi \..\i i:, th, Clri I I
ITourl of the lltb Judl lal
l'|..rida In and for Dadi y t..
tore.ios. a mortgage upon th, "::
Ing described real propert)
la,r :i m Block 1 of HU1H HOl'SE
Sf BDIVIMON, a" ran lu the
I'lai thei i-iii as r. i r>led n l'iat
Book 69 Papa 82 of iiw Public
Records of Dade County, Phu'ida.
Yi u are renulred to file a
ling to plaintiff's Complaint with
the Clerk of tha aforesaid CoJi s,r\e
a copy thereof Up,I]
ney, MAItTIN WNK D ''. der.,1
1 Mine, Miami. I-'I..... not
litter than Eel.i i.. k
.- pro Com .i
nat you.
DATED: lain
K Ii l,E VTHKHMAN
Clerk of th, '
Bj K. M NVWAN
I leput) < 1, rk
MARTIN PINal
Mian .. i
I _
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722 ACTS OF '941
FILE NO 6c A 1.11
Ml 'Tii K IS ill Ii ill t
t'.ip, >al>le '
i (lull';. I a\ >..
Ill n-i H8, :".,.. i
and Mu;
A.D. laiiS, has ul, -itip, n
and iius mad, | |l
,le..il
fluaii .in ,..
iiii...
I.. : .. iiii. s
Book is Page
i
I.i. of Elm ..I.. I
C.j-lil \
"f said propoi
aeui d ii tlii
I.e..I. \ K inin ol
l.ol \ ih., Id A Ketuil
Book 21 I'-'-' N "
"f I '..il, Stai.
brui d in c, rim n,,
,s-. Ksmi nt of said ]: .
he '. ; iud
Leah -
Ti. N lit < d w ill i.. ... .1 i i
an) hi i outatand
of Hi.i i. ah taxes
Lot i Block ;:. .
Plat liook 19 Page II i 'hi
of Hade, State ol Florida,
brae, d in t'ertlfii ab Nq i Th,
ISS. -Siii.-lll of S .1.1
the sajii ceriifi.i,'. i i. the
name of l.uella |: Kiukiul
Ix.t il Block -, Comi
City, riat Hook Pag/ I
i 'ounty of 1 Hoi,, >i..;. f I .
einl.rHfed ill I 'el I I I. ?< I. The
iMeaajmni ..f said ind, the
"nid curtifii-ale Iseued ... -. in :he
uanie of Daisy Ooodwin
l..'t l BlOi k I, 7:.'li St. H R-'lands.
PUt Book 24 Kate I h. L'oUni)
of I'ade, State "t Florid. aa en
braced In Certificate No. 1247 The
assessment of said property under
the said Certificate issued was in tl..
of David Shi' I I-
1-ot 17 Block I. 7Rth Pi I
Plat Book 24 Pago 7" in the ounty
i>f Dad*, Si Co .a i-'i' id
ur*c.t in C,-i'i. ,,i. No _.;- m*
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ATTORNEYS!
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solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
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LEGAL NOTICF
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 68649
In RE Estat, .f
Sl'SA.N Ml.\ UU
11. eas, d.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOT It' I ...
filed tl i Ilia! It, ;". 1 and I'etil
..." I ..
a s A d i ii i u
Annexe
MB Y Bit, deceased mid the
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to th, Honorab'i C u I.id f
I i
i. : ',.1
I'Ution and rin. ln_
Istratrlx I 'urn T >i,iiiu uto Ann, of
:.. ': iili.i\. de-
. lilelll T ll||
EVE '! .. >K II VNTZ
A in.i'
I '11111 T. St.im
RIMON, II \-i > ,!a Ni'W
Alurn.I) h
uni Alnsley Builn'ii'.-
Miami, pi. j
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC^.T
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV IN CHANCERY
No. 67- 541
NOTICE TO DEFEND
IVIIAIA IN E,
Plaintiff,
x -
PHI 1.1.11 KEN K,
I 'ef. iidant.
TO: i'i 11..... NT POE
Westlak, '\:
tins Lake \ .v Inlv,
Induuia poll
Y"l' .Mil. NEHEBV N.
thai Bill ..' Um fo i o
baa i.e. n : .. i and i
an euulra .1 ... ,r
Angwer oi i
itputlm ...r. oi
tin Ul IACK 111.' h'K i
>ld Bui Mis ni lu
nd '. r,t. nal 1 ,~t
or oth. r n t|
ark "i l| r
the SJrd ;
otln ru .. .
I 'iii.r. ..)..., |
I., taken as :.
Dated c >iti n i ;
da, till .-:.
1967,
E LMAN
...
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i.Vu.) VM.l.N
-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S CO
IN AND FOR DADE COUN"
FLORiDA, in PROBATE
No 73129-B
E
-.1 -\ rn i(i'-. ;Ri -v\ n
In .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T All I'I
I .. .! I
ndi
he \ i ii.: r... >\\ s.
a, k .. to\YN. di
ai'.. .' mni). PI
Ul th. ounl .im -
in duplicate
md u s |. loi i.i. .:. their offlci
he Courthouse In I
i ... within si\ ..ii.mi...
in the time of
p ibllcatlon h, n I the ill
be barred.
i>Ht' d at Mia Florida 10th
day uf Novembei \ I '
Mil.li'N Mll.l.i:i;
As Ailiiiini-ir.i |..i
Cum i Annex-i
Firsl publication nf thl n, I in
the 6th 'Li> of January, I
BERNSTEIN .v mh.i.i:1:
Attorneys for Admlniatratoi
Biscayne Building, Miami, p......,
1 k-i:i so VI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 67 879 ,
NOTICE OF SUIT
: 'I HII'S M >ll Utl'I.KH

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<*. I***ist fhridHitr
Friday, January 27 1967
NO
MONEY DOWN!
INSTANT CREDIT!
EASY TERMS!
OPEN A BUDGET CHARGE ACCOUNT
B.F Goodrich
"-
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*** "...~*.w*- *JStTwi" .-
H ^ tires tt lhan "
Fuui-4-Pl-Y
SIZE
650xl3*
Md. txciMT**'-
750/775x14*
670/775x15*
800/825x14*
710/815x15*^
850/ 855 xU|
760/845x15*
820/885x15*
900x15
900/950x14
Fid. txeiM Tx IW
ciideliaKf. r
Studeba
Austin-Healey
Fairlane,
Bu.ck. Comet. CJ'^'^e^, Dodge'.
Rambler, Olds, cnfvi..rcurv, Ford, Stu-
VSSZ 'ESS ""ly*
s^s^
Plymouth, *H>I*
BuicK,
Chrysler. Lincoln, Olds, Cadillac.
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tFewish Floridian
Miami, Florida. Friday, January 27, 1967
Sect:;:. E
WOMEN'S DIVISION CJA EXTRAVAGANZA
Sen. Ribicoff at 'Fashionplate '67*
DENTISTS NAME CHAIRMAN PAGE 4-B
Discussin. program for Sunday, Jan. 29 evenina's "A Niaht
:. Israel" reception at the Fontainebleau in preparation for
second annual mid-winter conference of the Israel Histadrut
Foundation are Florida leaders of the oraanization. Shown
left to right) are Abraham Grunhut, Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag,
Habbi Leon Kronish. Herbert S. Shapiro and Marvin Cooper.
Mrs. Hamerschlaa is arrangements chairman, and Rabbi
Kronish is honorary chairman for the 8 p.m. Sunday recep-
'.on. which will welcome Avraham Avidar, Israel Consul
General in Chicaqo. and Ginetta La Bianca. opera star. Mrs.
Jennie Grossinger, national scholarship chairman for Hista-
r:jt vocational training, will be a special guest at the event.
Avidar to Speak
At 'Israel Night9
Supper Sunday
"Fashionplatc '67'* the annual
Combined Jewish Appeal Women's
Division extravaganza featuring ex-
clusive couturier creations has
been scheduled for Monday noon.
Feb. 20, at the Fontainebleau Ho-
tel.
The luncheon, sponsored by the
Women's Initial Gifts Division of
the Combined Jewish Appeal, and
hosted by Mrs. Harry A. Yagle.
will feature Sen. Abraham Ribi-
coff, of Connecticut, as guest
speaker for the gala occasion.
Ribicoff. who was Secretary of
Health. Education and Welfare in
the cabinet of President Kennedy,
is the only public official who has
served as a member of a state
legislature, a judge, a member of
the United States House of Repre-
sentatives, governor. Cabinet mem-
ber, and now U.S. Senator.
As Secretary of HEW. Sen. Ribi
SEN. MBICOfF
the most far reaching innovations
in the historv of the nation's
coff was responsible for some of health, education, and welfare
programs. He instituted .n
new approach to welfare *>
tions. placing greater emphasis >n
prevention and rehabilitation, initi-
ated the law which now prw ides
aid to dependent children v\ho>e
parents are the victims of unem-
ployment, and directed the first
law passed by Congress to curb
juvenile delinquency and counter
school drop-outs.
Ribicoff is an attorney and prac-
ticed in Connecticut before enter-
ing public life. For his distinguish-
ed record of public service, he
has been awarded honorar>
grees from 17 colleges and univer-
sities throughout the countrv
Mrs. A L Glickman. chairman
of the Initial Gifts Division, said
that expected attendance for the
luncheon numbers several hundred
women.
Mrs. Jack Katzman. luncheon
coordinator, noted that those at-
Continued on Page 2-B
a n Avidar, Israel Consul
I n Chicago and one of
t nation's foremost diplomats.'
in .Miami Beach Friday to
i with leaders of the second
..i mid-winter conference of
i Eiistadrul Foundation.
Avidar will speak Sunday night
\i hi in Israel" and dessert
being held in his honor
at tin I ni'tainebleau Hotel by the
II >nal committee of hosts
I the 'inference. The conclave
i'l is slated Feb. 23. also at
t Fontainebleau.
American opera star, Ginetta
La Bianca, will give a special
recital, featuring Hebrew songs
it the reception, scheduled for
6 p.m. Sunday.
Ii liifkin. Miami Beach and
Barre, Pa., community lead
is general chairman of the
with Rabbi Leon Kronish.
: .;i vice president of the is
' Histadrut Foundation, honor
hairman.
Mi- Jennie Grossinger, of Miami
h an I Grossinger, NY., world
owned hotel operator and civic
i will be a special guesl t
ir Sunday night. Mrs Grossin
is national chairman of His
ii scholarship program
Mrs Trudy Hamerschlag is ar-
rangements chairman. Bernard
Kati i- reservations chairman, and
Jo-cph Ash is public relations
chairman for the "Night in Israel
Other Florida co-chairmen of
the hosts committee include Mrs
Anna Brenner Meyers. Jack S.
Popick. Sam Feinstein. Abraham
Rovinsky, Dr. Michael Sossin. Her-
bert S. Shapiro. Samuel Zitner.
Marvin Cooper and Morris New-
mark.
Joseph E. Jacobson, of Miami
Beach, is a national co-chairman,
along with Alexander Shapiro. Na
than Shever. Mrs. Emma Schaver.
Morris Ginsberg, Leon Graizer.
Morris I,angue and Harry Eisen-
stein.
Plans for Sunday's gala pro-
gram, which also will salute
Arbor Day, are being coordinat-
ed bv William H. Sylk, of Phila-
delphia, American chairman,
and Bernard M. Bloomfield, of
Montreal, Canadian chairman for
, the Israel Histadrut Foundation.
Launched in Miami Beach five
years ago, the foundation has
raised to date more than S8.OOO.000
in wills, bequests and legacies for
Histadrut's medical, educational
and vocational school programs In
Israel.
from lit
miami's most unique shop
The Bridge Between the Generations'' is the subject of a
!crum discussion being planned on the campus of the Uni-
versity of Miami by (left to right) Dr. Jess Spirer, Dr. H. Frank-
lin Williams, Renee Stark, student, Dr. Samuel Ersoff, and Al
Gabrieloff, student. Scheduled for the Fontainebleau Hotel on
Sunday, 8 p.m., Ihe forum is sponsored by Mizrachi Women.
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+Jwist FBorkOar
Friday, January 27 1967
Singing Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach Heard
In Greater Miami Area Starting Thursday
Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach, out
standing composer and singer of
Jewish folk music, will appear in
the Greater Miami area at syna
gocues. University of Miami, and
the Hebrew Academy during a ten
day stay here.
Rabbi Carlebach has composed
hundreds of melodies in the Chas-
sidic melodic tradition.
A folk singer, he is also a
Jewish "revivalist." His songs
re accompanied by stories and
messages in the Chassidic vein,
which extoll the approaching
of God through the medium of
joy. He has performed concerts
in practically every state and
city from New York to San Fran-
cisco and Toronto to Texas. He
has also crowded concert halls
in Jerusalem, London, Paris,
Rome and Prague.
His schedule in the Miami area-
is as follows:
Sunday. Jan. 29. 10:30 am.. He-
brew Academy. 2490 Pine Tree Dr..
Miami Beach; 1:30 p.m.. Beth Dav-
id Congregation, 2625 S\V 3rd Ave..
Miami: and 7 p.m.. Temple Beth
Sholem, 1725 Monroe, Hollywood;
Monday. Jan. 30. 8 p.m., B'nai
Rtinhael, 1401 NW 183rd St.. Mi
ami;
Wednesday, Feb. 1. 7:30 p.m.,
Beth Torah. 1051 N. Miami Beach
Blvd., No. Miami Beach, for the
USY of Greater Miami;
Saturday, Feb. 4, 8 p.m.. Hebrew
Academy;
Sunday, Feb. 5, 10:45 a.m., Beth
Torah, for the Jewish religious
schools of the North Dade area:
and 7:30 p.m., Ilillel Foundation of
Greater Miami, 1100 Miller Rd.,
Coral Gables.
Labor Zionists Open Bond Drive Here
RABBI SHLOMO CAMBACH
For the third year in a row. the
Labor Zto ilsl movement oi Greater
Miami will inaugurate the annual
Israel Bond drive
Plans for the Labor Zionist-
Pioneer Women Israel Dinner of
State will be initiated at a recep-
tion and meeting Tuesday evening.
Jan. 31. at the Fontainebleau Ho-
tel.
Rabbi Leon Kronish, chairman
of the Greater Miami Israel Bond
Org"iiation notH that Mi* com-
munity's celebration of Israel's
"Chai" year was launched by the
Labor Zionist organization at its
dinner a year ago. The forth-
coming dinner is planned as an
"Am Yisroel Chai" dinner, cli-
maxing Israel's "Chai" year.
Symbolic of the occasion. 18 lead-
ers of the l^bor Zionist movement
will be named "Life Honorees of
Israel."
Orthodox Youth Map Meet
Thursday, Jan. 26. 7:30 p.m..
Temple Or Olom. 8755 SW 16th
St.;
Friday. Jan. 27, 11 a.m., Temple
Ner Tamid, 7902 Carlyle Ave., Mi-
ami Beach;
Saturday. Jan. 28, Bar Mitzvah
of Shaul Shraga Gross at the He-
brew Academy;
Ribicoff Will
Be Guest Speaker
Continued from Page IB
tending the "Fashionplate '67"
luncheon have contributed a min-
imum of $100 to the Women's
Division of the Combined Jewish
Appeal.
Funds raised by CJA support
over 50 beneficiary agencies
local, national and overseas. This
year, the Combined Jewish Appeal
is attempting to raise $1,676,767.
Some 175 teen-agers of the Mi-
! ami, Jacksonville and Charleston
i Chapters of National Conference
. of Synagogue Youth will be par-
! ticipating in the fifth annual con
i clave concert weekend sponsored
; by the Greater Miami Chapter of
the National Conference of Syna-
gogue Youth.
The weekend, an integral part
of an ongoing program of local,
regional and national activities, af-
fords participants the opportunity
of a three-day experience in Jew-
ish living and learning.
Heading the Miami Chapter's
group and coordinator of the af-
fair will be Rabbi Zev Litenat-
sky, assistant principal of the
Hebrew Academy of Greater Mi-
ami, district advisor of the Na-
tional Conference of Synagogue
Youth.
Miss Sandra Ehrenreich. chap-
ter president, and Miss Susan Roth,
vice president of programming, an-
nounced that many leading Ortho-
dox rabbis will participate in the
series ot seminars to be conducted
over the weekend. Heading the
rabbinic advisory staff will be
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal of the Hebrew Academy of
Greater Miami; Rabbi Berel Wein,
spiritual leader of Congregation
Beth Israel; Dr. David Lehrfield,
spiritual leader of Congregation
Kneseth Israel; Rabbi Abraham
Groner. Rosh Yeshiva, Mesivta
High School; and Rabbi Naftali
Porush. spiritual leader of Young
Israel of Miami Beach.
Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach, inter- i
nationally known singer, will high-
light the weekend with a concert
Saturday evening, Feb. 4, 8:30'
p.m., in the Ida Appel Auditorium
of the Hebrew Academy.
National Conference of Syna-
gogue Youth of the Union of <
Orthodox Jewish Congregations
of America is the national teen-
age synagogue youth movement I
which aims to strengthen and
deepen the loyalty of Jewish
youth to Torah, Mitxvoth, the
Jewish people and the Orthodox
synagogue.
It is educationally serviced by
the Yeshiva University Youth Bu-
reau, and its program is super
vised by the UAJCA Joint Youth
Commission, which includes repre-
sentatives of Rabbinical Council of
America, Women's Branch L'OJCA.
and Yeshiva University.
Invited to ;ht reception Tues
day evening at the Fontaine!,.
Hotel are members of the I
I.ahor Zionist and Pioneer Worn,
groups
Spearheading preparations
the event are the officers of e.i
branch of the Farband and of ..
Pioneer Women chapters. T
Pioneer Women"? Council of Gre;.
er Miami is headed by Mrs. Milt
Green. The South Florida Zion;
Coxncil is headed by Manuel Bn
stein.
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For Yivo Forum
Yivo Forum will have Israel
Silberberg as guest speaker at a
meeting on Saturday evening at
Temple Beth Sholom.
Teacher and critic. Silberberg"s
topic will be "George Brandes.
World Renowned Literary Critic
and Historian, and His Impact
Upon Jewish Culture.'
SIMCHAS
There
In a joyous annual celebration,
several hundred young relay runners
carry the burning Torch of
Freedom about 30 miles from
ancient Modiin near Lod Airport to
Jerusalem where it is received
by the Mayor. The event
commemorates the Maccabean
victories over the Syrians,
over 2,100 years ago.
and hereYuban makes a Simcha!
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Noted Rabbi Will Officiate Seder
Gathered toqether before presenting the first
Tuescay Evening Forum at Temple Emanu-El
are v.eit to right) Judge Irving Cypen, chair-
map; Jack Corner, vice president of the Tem-
ple; *-'ax Boderman, president; Dr. Abraham
Joshua Heschel, guest speaker; Dr. Irving
Lehrman, spiritual leader; Mrs. Philip F. Thau,
chairman, Women's Committee; and Henry
Lowinger, pianist.
By Special Report
Zim Lines announced this week
that Dr. Abraham M Heller, rabbi
of the Flatbush Jewish Center in
Brooklyn, has accepted the post ol
cultural Officer and spiritual lead-
er aboard the SS Shalom during a
42 da> I'as-over cruise to Israel
and other Mediterranean countries,
sailin" from New York on Apr 7.
In announcing Dr. Heller's ap-
pointment. Avner Manor, executive
vice president of the American-
[sraeli Shipping Co., is. repre-
sentatives of the Zim Lines, said
that "it is in keeping with the com
pain's policy of inviting prominent
American rabbis and clergymen of
other faiths, as well, to serve the
cultural and spiritual needs of pas
sengers aboard Zim liners
lorn will also call at Medeira, Bar-
celona, Cannes. Naples. HI.
Iraklion (Crete). Piraeus, Mes
Palma de Majorca and Gibraltar.
She returns to New York on May
18. A program <>t optional shore
excursions will be available at all
ports of call
Dr. Heller
the Flatbush
has been rabbi of
Jewish Center for
Kusevitsky at Kneseth Israel
Knest 'i Israel Congregation
will present Cantor David Ku.se
vitsky the Miami Beach com-
munity n the weekend of I'eli 3

The ntOr w ill chant the Sab
ices on 1'i'b :* and 4, and
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On discharge, he studied voice
under the tutelage of some of
Warsaw's most famous teachers,
when he joined the cantorial
ranks and acquired immediate
success. While officiating as
head cantor in Rovno, still in his
middle twenties, Cantor Kuse-
vitsky accepted a call to the
Hendon Synagogue, one of the
leading houses of worship in
London.
During his tenure there, he also
served as lecturer on chazanuth at
lews College. One Sabbath morn-
ing in 1!I4!. a visitor from the
United States, impressed with his
lyric voice, induced the cantor to
come to New York, which imita-
tion resulted in his acceptance of
the pulpit of one of Americas
leading congregations
Reservations tor services and
concert can be obtained through
synagogue's office
more than four decades since
his ordination by the Jewish
Theological Seminary of Amer-
ica, where he also received the
honorary degree of Doctor of
Divinity. Dr. Heller holds a BA
degree from the University of
Minnesota, an MA degree from
Columbia University, and an
LLB degree from St. John's Uni-
versity Law School.
The Shalom's Passover cruise
will be highlighted by a nine-day
stop-over at Haifa, where the ship
will serve as hotel for passengers,
The traditional Seder will be held
aboard, as well a- a nightly pro-
gram of entertainment. The Sha
Qo aheadl
Switchl
U'.TOR DAVID KUStVMKY
t i. be a concert on Sunday
< : Feb. 5.
i .iir Kusevitsk) s singing car-
m i i .. in childhood, when he
'"in oi the Viiua Chor-
while at the Vllna Greal
i Alter further training
Academy of Music, he
accept* at tin. age of 18. the
Positioi of choir leader in the
il Kremenica, U mberg
R ii. succession until he
was ,. scripted into the Polish
\ my
T 'n 1 Club Breakfast Meet
The .. -n meeting of the Tails
1 ii club of Congregation
B'nai L. ; had on Sunday will be
followi d bj a breakfast
Yes, we mean it. Switch! You may be quite used to the very
popular one-pound size of Heinz
if you're home alone andwant
lunch, switch to the small
Diaaond Gkjtfaj MQMBflBj
Vegetarian Beans. But
an easy, tasty dish for
7-ounce can. If company comes,
switch again! The new gianTfamily size (28 ounces) is probably
what you will need,
to what we call the
jng. Yes,switch back
Or possibly you would like to switch
"large size"...21 ounces of good eat-
way you wish. NoC
that.(In grocery
and forth any
the brand, of course! Nobody switches
circles they call Heinz Vegetarian Beans the Unswitchablc
Brand.) When it comes to quantity, you do the choosing. Foe
Heinz now packs the Unswitchable Brand in four r*_?7
switchable sizes. \ /
Strictly Kosher strictly parve, strictly delicious. The 0 teal of approval of THE UNION OF ORTHODOX JEWISH CONGREGATIONS
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Miriam Field

Miss Lee I evj <>f B'nai B'riih's
< oniiiiission on \dult Jewish Education
"Honestly, Manna Aboul Town was
lovely and filled nh wonderful and
useful recipes: hut you have reall) oi t-
donc yourself with Festive Manna."
writes Miss Levy. "It is jusi beautiful.
The selection of drawings is so \, .
charming, anil youi commentar) ac-
companying the recipes radiates
warmth. 1 assume this is the last of your
Manna series because I can't imi
what you could do as a follow-up to
I e live Manna ... Mj congratulal
foi a really wonderful production."
Mrs. link ii I. Treiger, I tecutive
Director of National Women's I eague
ni i iif I niifd Sy nagogue of America
"I estive Manna recipes and reproi
lions oi historic woodcuts present .i
wealth of eye and taste appeal .
rich content," comments \li s i .
"Wc want lo thank the organi/j
which makes possible such iti
and informative publications
Jewish home use."
THANK YOl FOR YOl R THANK-
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warn praise lor this ne \ ear-round
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i.j cup Planters Oil 1: j cans cooked kasha
1. cup grated onion !;.- tsps salt
11 tsp pepper
3 eggs 1' cups unsifted dour
2 tsps. cold water
Heal I'l.inu-rs Oil iii inediuili-si/ed lu.i-v
skiii.i \dd kasha,miiiiii. I teaspoon salt,
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+Jewist Fk>ridfor
Friday, January 27, 1967
- -
= aders of the Combined Jewish Appeal's
c'.el Group held a planning meeting this
sek in preparation for the group's gathering
s Sunday at the Algiers Hotel. Samuel Ha-
r, assistant executive vice chairman of the
at Distribution Committee, is slated as guest
eaker. Attending the planninq session were
ft to right) Ted Kipnis, associate chairman;
Arthur S. Rosichan, executive director. Greater
Miami Jewish Federation; Murray Koretzky,
associate chairman; Harry A. Levy, chairman;
Herbert H. Robins, co-chairman Food and
Hotel Division; Louis Kenin, honorary chair-
man; Jerry Sussman, co-chairman; and A.
Edward Siikin, co-chairman.
Cherrick, Arzt, Connover
At Menorah Forum Here
Temple Menorah will launch a
s-_.es of lectures entitled "The
Ej C of the Jew" based on The
S! ..rce," James Michener's best-
.-. .ng novel. Each lecture in the
-.: es will cover a segment of
.. ish history and will be treated
b an authority in the field.
Scholars for the month of Feb-
. y are Dr. Bernard Chenick.
president of the Hebrew L'ni-
> -ity in Jerusalem, who will be-
. the introductory lecture, en-
Israel's History An Im-
in Evolution." on Feb. 7.
Prof. Paul Connover, head of
*e Department of History at
N'iami-Dade Junior College, will
Ucture on "Palestine Before the
r-tbrews" on Feb. 13, describ-
-g prehistoric and pre-Judaic
cents in Palestine.
L'r. Max Arzt, vice chancellor of
Jewish Theological Seminary.
Prof, of practical theology,
w .i deliver the keynote lecture
C Tuesday evening, Feb. 31, en-
tj-.jed "The Living God of Abra-
hc.n."
While Dr. Artz's lecture will
bt based on the age of the patri-
is. generally, his main theme
wjjl be to establish the principle
03 monotheism in Judaism. He will
address himself to the debate now
rii.ing amongst theological scho'-
i in Christendom "Is God Dead?"
iding to Rabbi Mayer Abram
:/.. spiritual leader of Temple
Mtiorah.
The concluding seven lectures
be based on specific chapters
i' James Michener's "The Source,"
U will include Leo Mindlin. The
Age of Greece and Rome;" Rabbi
A..en Rutchik, "The Rise of Chris-
tianity;" Rabbi Rudolph Adler,
"The Age of the Talmud;" Dr. S. T.
Swirsky, "The Rise of Islam;" Dr.
Max Lipschitz. "Caballah and Mys
n;" and Rabbi Abramowitz.
The Zionist Idea."
" 'The Source' had been a best
-t .it for 47 weeks and generated
b deep interest in the history of
I." Rabbi Abramowitz noted,
se distinguished scholars will
Beth Am Youth
Host Conclave
On Saturday at 9:30 a.m. the
\(uth Group of Temple Beth Am.
an affiliate of the National Fed-
eration of Temple Youth, will
serve as hosts to an all-day youth
conclave.
Groups from Ft. Pierce to Key
West have been invited to partici-
pate in the conclave whose theme
i- Do I Care?" Keynote speaker
w,ll be Burnett Roth, member of
the executive committee. Anti-
Ltfamation League of Bnai B'rith
The gathering will include a
luncheon and dinner dance in its
I p i un Mi- Sher-
. is chairman of the gr .
Prof. Connover
Dr. Cherrick
Dr. Ant
Dr. Rosenbluth
To Head CJA
Dentists Division
Dr. Morton Rosenbluth, of No.
Miami Beach, has been named
chairman of the Dentists Division
for the 1967 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal campaign
Dr. Rosenbluth. who has served
as a member of the Greater Mi
ami Jewish Federations budget
committee, was also chairman of
this division during last years
CJA drive.
Past President of the North
Dade Dental Society and pres-
ident-elect of Alpha Omega
Dental Fraternity, Dr. Rosen-
bluth has lectured international-
ly on periodontia and oral medi-
cine, and recently completed an
around-the world lecture tour.
Dr. Rosenbluth is cochairman of
the Periodontic Section of the
Dade County Dental Research Cen-
ter, chief of dental services at
North Miami General Hospital, and
a periodontist at Mount Sinai Hos-
pital, a beneficiary aaency of Fed
eration.
A founder of the Hebrew Uni-
versity Dental School. Dr. Rosen-
bluth serves as the school s r.a-
tional chairman of supporting
alumni. He is also dental liaison
chairman of the American Friends
of the Hebrew University and is
the recipient of its leadership
medallion.
Dr. Rosenbluth has served as a
member of the board of directors
of the Kiwanis Club of North Mi-
ami Beach and also of Beth Torah
j Congregation.
DR. MORTON ROSttiBLUIH
distinguish between fact and fic-
tion and will attempt to demon-
strate the effect of the evolution
of Jewish history upon Jewish ex
istence today and its possible so-
ciological and cultural patterns in
the future."
All sessions will be held at
Temple Menorah's Social Hall
and are available to the public.
Sponsoring the lectures will be
the Parents of Menorah, the new-
ly organized PTA of the Temple
and a special committee.
Sponsors include Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Rosen, Isadore Drell, Max
Nexer, William Saulson. Jerry
Sussman. Jack Burstein, Arnold
Fein. Jerry Lelchuk. Sheldon Lel-
chuk, Saul Strachman, Sidney
King. Mai Englander. Jacob Glush-
akow. Isaac Fryd. Marvin Green
wald. Milton Robbins. Melvin Ru-
bel. Edward Scheaffer, Alan Strat-
ton. David Miller, William Alper,
Arthur Jurkowitz. Gerald Nathan-
son. Sheldon Hacker. Henry Steck
i... Samuel S/tyierman.
Also Mr. and Mrs Moises Beh-
moiras. Zundel Berens. Mori Ber-
enthal, Alex Berger. Arnold Fel-
der, Nathan Friedman. Edward
1 Greenberg. Joel Grossman. Jacob
Kerner. Alvin Mund, Arthur
Reich, Melvin Silvers, Irving Sim-
son. Albert Skolnick. Sanford Jac-
obson. Judge Albert Saperstein.
Mrs. Muriel Spier, Dr. and Mrs.
j Stanley Jonas and Dr. and Mrs.
Jerald Fishbein.
The affiliated agencies of Temple
! Menorah will co-sponsor the series
I and have appointed a committee
, of hosts who will assist in serving
\ refreshments following each lec-
1 ture. Nate Glickman, chairman of
the School Board. Mrs. Ed Schu-
man, Sisterhood president. Mar-
shal Kratzer, and Mrs. Sheldon
; Lelchuk. president of the PTA.
will act as coordinating committee.
All lectures will begin at 8:30
p.m., and will be followed by a
question and answer period.
Reserve Colonel in Talk
Sanford Swerdlin. colonel in the
United States Air Force Reserve,
discussed the Viet Nam war on
Sunday evening at Wa-h;:
Federal. 1234 Washington Ave
Harry Kershaw was moderator
Brooks Hays
To be Speaker
At Ner Tamid
Brooks Hays, professor at Rut-
gers University, and special ad-
visor to three presidents, will ap-
near at Temple Ner Tamid or.
Feb. 16
Murray A Shaw, president, said
that Hays' appearance will be the
second in the temple's monthly
symposium series.
Last year's chairman of Nation-
al Brotherhood Week, Hay's ap-
pearance has been timed dttl
h" National Brotherhood Mor.th
celebration, which annually takes
place in February
Hays. Special Assistant Secretary
of State during the Eisenhower
Administration, will discuss 'The
Quest tor Peace The American
Dream."
II is the author of "A Southern
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Young Debs Will Be
Escorted for Bow At
West Point Chorale
k. 1M
oman s
UJorU
h'ight of tne weekend o'
hen the West Point Jew
na] el Choir will be guest.- of
lo ;;h Congregation, is i.
dance scheduled for Satur-
ht. Feb. 4. at the temple.
\s j art of the program, the
will entertain with choral
nd:tions for which they are
iii throughout th? nation
["hi evening will be climaxed
.....ntation of the follow
young ladies escorted by ca-
i r luit-dress uniforms:
thryn Amy. daughter of Mi
Mrs Stanley Stein: Renee B..
hter of Mr and Mrs Morris
ioldfarb; Ronni Dara. daugh
Ttr of Mr. and Mrs Mitchel Fried:
i I.i/beth. daughter of Mr. and
David Hess; Barbara Valerie.
hter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman
,:arb: Ellen Marion, daughter
and Mrs GeOTge Friedman:
j daughter of Mr. and Mrs
lit--. Patricia Beth, daugh-
Mr and Mrs Ben Karp:
daughter of Mr. and
Jack Rubenstein; Donna.
.laughter of Mr. anu Mrs. S. Rich
ird Rubin: Nancy, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Gordon:
Sherri Ann. daughter of Mr. and
Mn Herbert I.eifman; Barbara,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Alex
ander Weinstock: Wynn Joyce.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond
Tobias.
The choir will be making its first
appearance in the Greater Miami
area, arriving at Homestead Air
Force Base by U.S. Air Force jet
from Washington. DC. on Feb. 3.
North Miami Mayor Arthur I.
Snyder will head a welcoming
Beth Torah delegation, and the
choir will bo escorted by police
motorcade to the home of Ewald
Ziffer. president of Beth Torah.
and Mrs. Ziffer. where they will
be entertained at a luncheon in
their honor.
The West Point Jewish Chapel
Cho:r is a widely traveled group
of 25 cadets from four classes at
the Academy.
Morris Goldfarb is chairman of
the Feb 4 supper dance at Beth
Torah.
"eJewilslti Floridian
Friday, January 27. 1967
Foqe SB
Barbara Weinstock Patricia Karp
i AJCong. Women Map
Varied Programs Here
June Hess
Konni fried
n
j
by ISABEL GROVE
ular couple, Mr. and Mrs.
>.:' Winters, who divide their
between the Gold Coast and
Town, very much in
h" more popular
ir i.i' their annual pii-
hen during the New
oli( BJ The couple.
iwi a:\ elegant men's shop
places, acompanied by
V< kers Mr. and Mrs. Al-
Localites joining
their rounds, the Milton
Whenever the happy
l found the gaiety running
w. they adjourned to I.ucayau
h to brighten the scene .
alas, and alack, all things
lly come to an end. and the
are now descended from
ud 9 awaiting the Winters
hew next onslaught.

sting at the Americana
> last week, the Carl Gross-
berg-, of New York, visited with
long-time friends. I.mi and Roa
. Alrcadv planned by
the couple, a return here in Ap-
ril, a trip to the Florida West
. st and back to Miami Beach
befon wending their waj north
*
New son. their first. Marshall.
born to Coral Gable ites Ainslee
j | Rosb/n Ferdie. of 1325 I
tille New arrival showed up
at Baptist H tspital on Jan. 20
weighing in at 8 lb. 2 OE. .
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs
Jacob Frost, of North Miami
Beach, and Mrs Jack Ferdie. of
Coral Gables Bris will be
Friday at the Ferdie home, with
Cantor William Lipson officiat-
ing Since both Ainslee and
Roz are active in the Jewish and
general communities, the crowd
i~ expected to be a hefty one.
Beth Raphae
Slates Events
Regular monthly meeting of the
Beth Raphael Men's Club and Sis
terhood included a film last Thurs-
day evenin.
On Sunday at the Sharon Hotel,
Si terhood officer were in-
stalled at a dinner. Evening in-
' linment
He, Mrs Max A
. new rostei in<
Hyman .) Ben Mrs Harrj
, ice presidents: Mrs i
i r Mrs, Mae Blumberg
Sam Sherman, secretaries; Mrs
Saul Kricun, treasurer; Mrs. Saul
Brech, chaplain
Also on the calendar is a games
party al the temple on Saturday.
Jar 28, to begin at 6 "> n m
In celebration of Tu B'Shcvat.
Israel's New Year of the Trees."
and in support of the Louise Wat
erman Wise Youth Hostel in Jer-
usalem. Florida Women's Division,
American Jewish Congress, will
hold a book review luncheon on
Thursday. Feb. 2. 12:30 p.m.. at
the home of Mrs. Dora Koretzky,
6145 I-a Gorce Dr.. Miami Beach.
Mrs. Edyth Geiger. regional di-
rector. American Friends of the
Hebrew University, will review
the recently-published book. 'Hope
is My House." by Devorah Wigo-
der.
* *
Mrs Joseph White, vice presi-
dent and program chairman of the
Louise Wise Chapter, was to re-
view The Life of Stephen S. Wise
and Louise Waterman Wise" at a
luncheon meeting of the chapter
on Thursday, 11:45 a.m., at Wald-
man's Hotel Also on the program
was to be the premiere showing ol
slides depicting activities at the
W al< rman Wise Youth Hos-
tel in Jen; ialem
( haii man for the afternoon was
to be .\i. Ii ph Albuquerque.
chapter president.
A candlelighting ceremon> hon-
oring those observing special
events was to be conducted bj
Mrs Morris R V re] ort on
activities in law and social a.
was to be given by Mrs. Eva E
chairman. Commission on Law
Social Action. New members
to be welcomed by Mrs. Louis
hen. membership vice preside
*
Mrs. Irving Quartin. pro_ a n
vice president. Miami-Coral Gl
Chapter. Women's Division, an-
nounces the premiere showii
slides from the Louise Wate:
Wise Youth Hostel in Jerusi i
depicting its cultural enrich: ant
program, as the feature ol an n
meeting which was to be
Thursday noon at the Park
Cafeteria.
New members were to he \ el-
comed by membership vice
dent, Mrs Russell Winer
A summary on the recent
ical events in West German}
to be given b) .Mrs Benjamii
men. Women's Division trea*
North Dade Eleanor Roos
chapter meetii : hursday
p m al tlu- home oi Mrs A
Zuckerman, 17120 NE nth
was to feature slides of the I.
Waterman Wise Youth Hosl
Jerusalem.
A report of current church
issues was to be given by
Abraham Augenstein, chaii i
Commission on Law an i S
V-tvn
JOE FINE and FAN QUADOW
wish to thank their many friends
for their kind expressions of sympathy
and understanding during their recent bereavement
on the passing of ANNETTE FINE.
JEROME C. HOFMAYER
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Friday, January 27. 1967
Coffee and Council were the order of the even-
ing at a reception qiven by Mrs. Stanley My-
ers, national vice president of National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women on Wednesday, Jan. 11,
in honor of Mrs. Joseph Willen, visiting na-
tional president of Council. Above, Mrs. Myers
pours for (left to riqht) Mrs. Aaron Farr, na-
tional board member; Joseph Willen, executive
vice president of the Federation of Jewish
Philanthropies of New York; Mrs. Joseph Wil-
len; Mrs. Sidney Lewis, national board mem-
ber; and Mrs. Edwin Oppenheim, president of
Greater Miami Section, National Council of
Jewish Women.
District BBYO Appoints Florida Director;Sprin9 Fash,ons shown
Mrs. Bossak Promoted to Miami Office
Mrs. Girt Bo.ssak. formerly di-
rector of the Atlanta-Columbus
BBYO. will assume her duties as
Florida region director on Feb. 1.
Her temporary office will be in
Miami at 1101 Congress Bldg.
Announcement was made this
week by Ronald T. Cahn. district
director for the B'nai B'rith Youth
Organization, District 5.
Mrs Boesak, who for over 16
years has been a vital force in
BBYO work in the Atlanta area,
will meet this week in Miami with
key -,'roups here.
Over 3.000 youngsters have felt
the impact of Mrs. Bo.ssak s inter-
Si and guidance in the BBYO
programs in Atlanta, Columbus and
Macon. In addition to her local
work, she has served on the inter-
national staff in various capacities
for leadership training and con-
\ention staff, and was a member
of the staff seminar held in Israel
in 1865. She previously served as
youth activities director for the
AJCC and its day camp.
Born in upper New York Slate.
Mrs Bossak majored in psycholo
gy, Fnglish and public speaking at
Brooklyn College. She attended
courses at the Jewish Theological
Seminary in New York and the
New York School of Journalism,
and more recently took evening
courses at Emory University and
the Adult Institute of Jewish Stud-
ies.
Her husband, the late Hilfred
N. Bossak, who was a department
head at CDC. died four years ago.
Two sons are in college in Georgia.
Pete, a sophomore at the Univer-
sity of Georgia, is studying for a
career in veterinary medicine, and
Eric will soon receive his Master's
degree from Georgia Tech.
Mrs. Bossak met Tuesday with
the South Florida BBYO Youth
Council at Temple Beth Sholom.
Dr. Sidney Pavilack. chairman of
the Miami BBYO board of direc-
tors, announced that she was in-
troduced to the Miami BBYO
board of directors on Wednesday
at Hillel House
To round out her formal inlro-
ductlons, she also met with the
Greater .Miami BBYO Advisor's
Association. Sigmund Zilber is
president of the association.
'Whispers of Spring," annual
fashion show sponsored by Elkeltes
of Miami, is scheduled for Sunday,
7 p.m.. at the Elks Lodge, 495
rtickell Ave. Affair will feature
fashions by Miami Shores Dress
Shop, wigs by I.yla. entertainment
and refreshments.

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Sanka Reveals
Israel Contest
Award Winners
Sanka Coffee has announced the
winners of its annual Israel con-
test The couple are Rabbi and
Mrs Albert Silverman. of Queens.
NY.
The Silvermans have won round
trip fares from New York to Israel
via a Pan American Jet Clipper.
Sanka has arranged for the Silver
mans to fly on Pan American to
their choice of London. Paris or
Rome, and then on to Tel Aviv via
connecting jet airline. While flying
with Pan Am. the lucky winners
will be treated to Theater-in-the
Air a movie plus a choice of
eight entertainment channels.
Hertz Corp. will provide a Ford
or other car for the Silvermans'
use for seven days in Israel or in
any of the stopover cities.
Mrs. Silverman. a school teacher
and housewife, is the mother of
two girls, age 20 and 14. and is a
member of Hadassah. Her husband
is rabbi at Temple Israel in Ja-
maica. Queens. The Silvermans
are active in B'nai B'rith, the Na-
tional Council of Christians and
lews, and the Zionist Organization
of America. __. T.
Linguist to Head
National Body
In Southeast Area
The American Association <>f
Teachers "I Sla\ ic and Fast Euro-
pean Language of the United
States, at its meeting in New York
City on Dee 2il. elected Mrs Eva
Priedl, of Coral Gables, t<> the new
post of coordinator for Florida
and the Southern states.
This position is a new one in
the historj of the organization.
In her capaeitv BS coordinator
for the Southern states. Mis
Friedl. who has been on tin mod
em language faculty of the Uni-
versity of Miami since 194(i. has
been closely associated with the
organization and Russian studies
in the IS. since World War II.
will make efforts to supply aid
and support to other chapters in
the area.
She will also he available to area
Zion Students
In Tu B'Shevat
Observances
On Friday, during late evening
services at Temple /.ion. the pu-
pils of Richard Siegels fifth and
sixth grade Sunday School class
"'11 present a Tu B'Shevat Can-
tata.
The following students will par-
ticipate: Shara Lee ("awn. Mona
Cohen. Laurie Friesner. Sue Giant/.
Dorothy Indianer. Sandra Jacob-
son. I.illie Kaplan. Carrie Koppel,
Ellen Kushner. Gail Lampert, Lynn
Mauolnick. Adricnne Matlin. I'atti
Myers. Jeffrey Potash, Ronnie
Preuss. Martha Rubinstein. Sharon
Serkin, Amy Silver. Rhonda Wein
er. Barry Weiss, and Susan Wolfe
On Wednesday and Thursday.
tree planting ceremonies were to
take place by afternoon school
pupils on temple grounds. Follow-
ing the ceremony, an assembly was
to be held and Tu B'Shevat refresh
tnents distributed by Sisterhood.
On Sunday, students will also
observe Tu BShe\at with a tree-
planting ceremony and assembly.
Fruits will be distributed to the
children by Sisterhood.
MRS. IVA fftllDl
teachers of Russian for profession-
al questions and informal ::
Mrs. Friedl. who is the wife ol
Dr. Berthold C. Friedl, former I'M
professor of Russian, is current\
serving as president of the Florida
Chapter of AATSEEL.
Dr. Edward Brown, professor
and chairman of Slavic languages
at Indiana University, and national
AATSEEL president, announced
the appointment here.
A national telephone conferenee
of AATSEEL state presidents and
coordinators of Russian >rudie
planned for sometime in May.
Week Includes
Skit, Luncheon
For Sisterhood
Dora Stein Sisterhood of the I-
raelite Center held a membership
meeting Tuesday.
Mis Avrom Dra/in. program
chairman, introduced a member
ship skit entitled "Dad. Oh Dad.
Mom Has Joined the Sisterhood,
and I'm So Glad."
A luncheon on Wednesday noon
in the social hall was sponsored
by Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Dorman
in honor of the 50th wedding an
niversary of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Greenberg. Mrs. AI Zisman was
chairman of the afternoon.
Sisterhood president is Mrs
Philip Richman.
BB Chapter Here
Marks 4th Year
Freedom Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women held its fourth annual
luncheon at the Deauville Hotel
last week.
President Mrs. Bernard Austein
extended greetings, and chairman
of the day was .Mrs. A. n. Mcndel-
, shon. A fur show by Harry Brown
Furs was modeled by chapter
members. Mrs. Samuel Abrams.
Mrs. Albert Pallot. Mrs, Samuel
Epstein and Mrs. Harold Dutkin,
with entertainment by Guy Ren
I nie and Vivian Lloyd. Guest speak-
er uas Albert Pallot. international
vice president of B'nai B'rith.
Hostesses for the afternoon
were Mrs. Harry Greenwald, Mrs.
George Israel, Mrs. Marry Rosen,
Mrs. Rosa Spiro, Mrs Harold Ros-
en. Mrs. William Olcck and Mrs.
Lillian Gross. Mrs. Bernard Ans-1
I tein was in charge of reservations.
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Or Olom Ladies
In Busy Calendar
Hannah Kahn, poetry editor of
the M ami "''':' I "';ul i'"l'ms
[roi i book. !> e's Daughter,"
at thi i onthlj n ting .)f Temple
I, Sistei hood last Thursday
c\ i
Mrs Murray Rosenberg Intro-
Mrs. Kahn, who is listed
, \. ,, who of American Worn-
,. Win i | Je\ and whose
in many, na-
, :., i: well as high
scl ,,i coll textbooks.
is holding its
Motional Posts
Special Fares
I Airlines will again In
^ I itionors I See All Flor-
id,, th a special fare thai will
au velei fron the northeast
to < verj city in the state
k0i I'd bj the airline for onlj S9
ii,, .in the regular excursion
in: in fare
Miami based cpitW \>*s
|ili the unique "See All Florida"
f., ith the Civil Aeronautics
Bi ong with reduced spring
ami : imer excursion tariffs.
lh program, designed to hue
kightsci rs tn enjo> the scenic and
rein i" inal attractions oi the en
lire state, was highly successful
las! imer, said .1 Dan Brock.
fcatH" vice president of traffic
and
"We introduced tourists to the
tremendous variety that can be
found from Pensacola to Key
West Advance reservations for
Easter travel indicate an even
I better spring traffic to Florida
than iast year's record."
The See All Florida" fares and
|he spring excursion fares will be-
en ifective Apr 25.
The round-trip day coach spring
excursion tares filed by National
for travel to Miami or West Palm
Beach from northeastern cities will
pe I i Mew York, S90: Boston.
$104 Providence. S100: Philadel-
phia. 84; Baltimore Washington,
$79
The excursion fares will appl)
on ruesdays, Wednesdays and
Thui ays The return trip must
be le in not less than six days
oi than 22 daj s.
annual auction on Saturday avail-
ing, .Ian. 28. in the temple social
hall. Leonard Stern will serve a.>
auctioneer, and Mrs Max Fon.ian
and Mr*. Irving Platoff are co
chairman of the function
Also on the Sisterhood calendai
is a "Cherry Blossom" fashion
show luncheon fox Wednesday
noon. Feb. 22. at the Fontamehleau
Hotel.
Fashions will he by Parsons,
hair styles by Minna, musical ac-
companiment by Mrs. John Huff
and narration by Mrs, Lawrence
Wulkan.
(hairing the affair is Mrs Rich
aid Bahran. Committee includes
Me.sdaine.s Lawrence Wulkan, Paul
Zelman, Jerry Abramowitz, Jack
Lubin, Martin llirsch. Sain Birn-
baum, Alan Kurzweil, Fly Kauf
man, Many Sarnoff, and Ralph
Fistel
Ways and means vice president
is Mrs Lawrence Kaplan
Mrs. Albert Solo is Sisterhood
president, and Rabbi Ralph Glix-
man is spiritual leader of the
congregation.
Standing under the floral wedding bell canopy
of wh;te and shaded blue chrysanthemums
with a blue satin drape desian and palm trees,
candelabras and floral stands as background
are Mrs. Luis Eaozi, nee Diana Susi. and her
attendants. Left to riaht are bridesmaids, Jean
Maya. Lina Garazi. Selma Gimelstein, Aida
Praschnik; junior bridesmaids. Leen Silver-
stein Sandra Susi; maid of honor. Susana
Susi; flower girl, Blangui Egczi. (See stoiy
Page 8-B.)
Member Lunch
For Sisterhood
1 up membership luncheon of
|hi Tamid Temple Sisterhood
v held on Wednesday noon.
am by Rabbi Eugene Labo-
vi' md Cantor Edward Klein will
be featured.
Mrs Era Rosenfeld, membership
Vici resident, is chairman of the
da. u,u\ Mrs carlton Blake is
president,
Garbo Festival
At the Parkway
The Great Garbo Film Festival
is continuing at the Wometeo
Parkway Theatre
"Camilla," starring Garbo and
Robert Taylor, is showing Thurs-
day. Friday and Saturday, along
with 'Dinner at 8," with Marie
Dressier. Wallace Beery, and John,
Ethel and Lionel Barrymore
"Grand Hotel" opens Sunday,
and will continue through Tues-
day, Jan. 29 to 31, featuring
Garbo and John and Ethel Bar-
rymore. Also showing will be
"Red Dust," with Clark Gable
and Jean Harlow.
Currently showing at the Carib
and Miami Beach Theatres are
.Murderer's Row. with Dean Mar
tin and Ann Margret At the Mi-
ami. Miracle, and 163rd Street The-
atres is "Penelope,'' with Natalie
Wood, Dick Shawn and Jonathan
Winters.
"Georgy Girl," starring James
Mason. Alan Bates and introducing
Lynn Redgraves, is featured at the
Mayfair. Sunset and Normandie
Theatres
Mentz to Serve As Club Prexy Again
Emanuel Mentz has been elected installation ceremony, conducted
to a second term as president of by Dr. Irving I..'hrman of Temple
the 1500 Men's Club of Morton .- ......,., ,, t.
r.nmnuhl. Is slaled for Sundav,
lowers Serving as vice presidents
will be Samuel S. Goldberg, Peter Feb 12- at the Deauville Hotel.
Paul. Abe Solosko and Irving Sil- Chairman of the day will be
ver Irving Silver
r

Mrs. firenner
Mrs. Lewis
Socrates to be Forum Topic
"Socrates" will be the topic of
the lecture by Dr. Abraham Wolf-
son before the Spinoza Forum for
Adult Education on Thursday, 10
a in., at the Washington Federal.
1234 Washington Ave.
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Special Occasion J
You'll find complete
facilities to exactly satisfy
your needs in the Kismet,
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Miamians in N.Y.
To Pick Council
Officers, Board
Mrs. Sidney Lewis and Mrs. Wil-,
ham 1 Brenner, members of the
national nominating committee.
National Council of Jewish Wom-
en, attended a meeting at the Bilt-
, more Hotel in New York City
this week.
SLate of candidates, including
national officers and board mem-
bers, was prepared for presenta-
tion to the delegate body at Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women's
' biennial convention to be held in
Atlanta. C.a., Apr. 9 to 13.
Mrs Lewis, this years winner
, of Greater Miami Section's Han-1
nah C. Solomon Award, is a past
president of Greater Miami Sec-
tion, and serves as a representa-
tive on the nominating committee
from the national board.
Mrs Brenner, immediate past
president of Greater Miami Sec
tion, is assistant project director
I of recruiting and screening for the
i local Women in Community Serv-
ice (WICS). She is a representative
on the nominating committee from
the Southern Interstate Regional,;
j of which Greater Miami Section
is a member
Mrs. Edward C. Frank, of Louis
villa, Ky is the other representa-
tive from the regional.
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ORT Festival
Di Porto Fino
South Miami Women's American
ORT has scheduled a Festival Di
Porto Fino on Wednesday. Feb. 8.
at the home of Mrs Allan Rad
cliff, 3341 Poinciana Ave.. toco
nut Grove. Luncheon will be in-
cluded in the affair slated to start
Event will feature a one-man
at 11 am.
show of works hy Baroness Ser
naux-Gregory, painter, and Mrs.
Mary Balaban, who will entertain
Italian style.
Mrs Michael Tobin la South Mi-
ami Chapter president


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+Jewish tUrldtoir
Friday, January 27. 1967
4"rances
jC,k
man
We
the
Women
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
It takes a very special and wonderful kind of man
to live with a woman like me, who is in the newspaper
field. I am fortunate to have that very special man for my
husband.' explained Marcie Ersoff, talking about Stanley.
Marcia. daughter of Moe and Natalie Feingold. old time
Miamians. was born in the heart
of the Catskill.s. but moved to Mi
ami when she was so young that
^he considers herself a native. She
went through the Dade County
public school system, and remem-
bers when Miami used to be a
small town. As a youngster. Marcie
was interested in everything she
did and. above all else, that trait
is inherent in her. It was her
childhood ambition to be a writer,
and she has realized that ambition.
Marcie transferred from the
School of Journalism at the Uni-
versity of Syracuse to its counter-
part at the University of Florida,
from which she graduated summa
cum laude After a typical American grand tour of Europe,
seeing everything she had dreamed about, read about and
heard about become real before her eyes, she returned to
New York to become one of the pavement-pounders. She
did a brief stint writing fashion copy before returning to
Miami, declaring with a smile in her voice that she was
fortunate to be in the right place at the right time when
she walked in cold at the Miami Herald and started at the
bottom as a reporter on the circuit from obits to brides.
Marcie married her husband whom she had known at
the University of Florida when he was still going to law
school. Newspaper work is demanding, the pressure is tre-
mendous, and the hours are long. But Marcie's career is
not a thing apart from her family it is part of her fam-
ily. She continued working after, through and around two
babies Brett who is 4, and Seth who is 2. An excellent
housekeeper helps keep prosaic matters in line Marcie
feels that the hours she spends with the children may not
have quantity, but they do have quality. She is decidedly-
more patient and looks forward to every treasured second
that they spend together.
It is not easy to combine being a wife and mother
with a career. It must be something one greatly desires, be-
cause it means extending yourself a little more, pushing
just a little harder. Exciting and fascinating adventures are
part of Marcie"s daily routine. Interviews with Sammy Davis
Jr.. Walter Pigeon, Connie Frances. Lord Beaverbrook. and
Harry Belafonte these are her "routine."
Being at the John F. Kennedy press conference just
after he was elected, and before inauguration, was another
highlight. Marcie is a member of Theta Sigma Phi. the
Florida Women's Press Club, and has won many "firsts"
in news and public service reporting. Since she stopped
working full time, she has been just as busy doing free
lance Not a week goes by that she doesn't "have two or
three calls involving magazines, brochures, congressmen.
The nice part is that today she can pick the assignments
she finds most interesting.
Last February, she worked full time as part of the
Dade County public relations team for Gov. Burns. She had
covered many political campaigns as a reporter, but this
time it was from the other side of the fence, and it was
an eye-opener. She sat in on all strategy meetings, and
also incidentally lost twenty pounds as a consequence of
the pressure.
Despite all this, Marcie has found time to be on the
boards of Jewish Family and Children's Service, Friendly
Visitors and the YMHA. She chaired the original commit
tee for Welfare Planning that saw the establishment of
a community wide volunteer clearance house, and she
was on the planning committee that brought about the new
Homemaker Service. Together, she and her husband have
lots of friends he is extremely gregarious by nature
and they love to sit and talk, as well as go to concerts and
the theater.
Marcie s way of life is writing. She is in the main
stream of the day's happenings. With a husband who is
so understanding, and her talent, the whole world is open
to her.
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Elaine Ruth, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Al Goldner, 2378 SW 25th
St., was married to Harvey Shore.
son of Mr. and Mrs, Solomon
Shore, 176 Michigan Ave.. on Jan.
21. Held at Beth David Synagogue,
the Saturday night ceremony was
conducted by Rabbi Sol Landau,
and was followed by a reception
and dinner in the temple's Spector
, Hall.
For the nuptials, the bride wore
, a gown of ivory satin and import
ed alencon lace. The bodice fea-
tured a' portrait neckline and long
point-on-hand sleeves, the lace ex-
tending through the bodice and
down the front of the skirt. The
aisle-wide removable train was ac-
cented with lace appliques at the
hemline, and the bouffant veil of
silk illusion fell from a matching
headpiece embellished with pearls.
The bridal bouquet was a cascade
of white carnations and roses.
Attending the new Mrs. Shore
were Ruth Susan Hoffman, maid
of honor, Mrs Linda Aptakin, Mrs
Natalie Hass, and Lois Passoff.
bridesmaids. Mrs. Herman Clein
was in charge of the guesthook.
Paul Haas served as the bride-
groom's best man, and ushers in-
cluded Arthur Aptakin. Gerald Lee
Goldner and Jeffrey Shore.
A graduate of Miami High, the
former Elaine Goldner attended
Miami Dade Junior College and
was a member of Debs B'nai B'rith
\V-rn-r Kahn
MRS. ALtXANDER ORBACH
Zuckermans Tell
Vicki Saras Troth
Mr and Mrs. Harry Zuckerman,
2601 SW 2nd Ave.. Miami, have
announced the engagement of their
daughter, Vicki Sara, to Walter
Barry Rosenbaum. son of Mr. and
Mrs. James Rosenbaum. of Flush-
ing. N.Y.
The bride-elect graduated from
Miami Senior High School and is
now a senior majoring in home
economics and child development
at Ohio University in Athens. O.
The prospective groom is a grad-
uate of the University of Bridge-
port. Conn., and is studying for a
Master's degree in clinical psy-
chology at Ohio.
Wedding date has not yet been
announced.
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ami Beach High, and Miami Dade
Junior College, and is now attend-
ing the University of Miami. He
belongs to Alpha Kappa Psi. busi
ness fraternity
Following a honeymoon in Mi-
ami Beach, the newly weds will live
at 2360 Coral Way.
Jan. 24 Ceremony
Unites OrbacHs
The Fontainebleau Hotel was
the setting for the evening cere
mony and dinner which followed
when Linda Bergcr became the
bride of Alexander Orbach on .Ian
24 Rabbi Leon Kronish officiated
at the Tuesday nuptiai-
Gowned in ivory peau de
the bride was attended by Mi--
Judith Sussman Edward Orbach
served as the groom s best man.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David
M. Berger. 8040 Noremac Ave..
new Mrs. Orbach is a graduate of
Miami Beach High and has a 1967
degree from Sophie Newcomb Col
lege. A member of the Russian and
Spanish language honoraries, she
is now working toward a Master's
decree in Russian at the Universit)
of Wisconsin.
The bridegroom is a graduate of
Jamaica High, and earned a de-
gree, with honors in history, from
Queens College. He is a member
of Phi Alpha Theta. national his
tory honorary societs. and is work
ing toward a Master's degree in
history at the University << Wis
consin. He is the son of Mrs Rose
Orbach. Bayside. NY., and the
late Charles Orbach.
New address for the couple is
2305 So. Park St.. Madison. Wis
The Luis Egozis
Exchange Vows
In Floral Bower
Dr. Irving Lehrman perform.'!
the Saturday evening nuptial
uniting Diana Susi and Luis Ego/i
at the Fontainebleau Hotel o:i
Dec. 17
The bride is the daughter ol
Mr. and Mrs. Roberto Susi, and
her bridegroom's parents are Mr
and Mis Morses Egosi.
For the wedding held against
elaborate floral decorations de
signed and executed by Blossom
Shop of Miami Beach, the bride
wore an original gown of candle
light Italian silk satin and import
ed reembroidered hand-made alen
con lace The empire line featured
a shoulder baring neckline, at. I
brief sleeves of lace and Puds.i >
pearls, The Aline skirt and cal
cdral train were embellished wil i
seed pearls, and she carried a cas
cade of white orchids and phalean
opsis, with ivory satin, tulle ati i
velvet spray leaves.
To complement her gown, the
bride wore an elegant original de
signed headpiece. The ivory
beaded alencon lace cap with
point on forehead featured a doj
hie full pouff and blusher of
French imported illusion
The wedding party came down
an aisle of floral fountains ar i
decorated stantions with a blu
satin runner leading to the altu
where the canopy was flanked .
floral urns on column.-, and de
orated candelabra.
Bridal attendants were gow:
in deep midnight blue \
links in the empire line Maid
honor. Susana Susi. carried a ere-
cent bouquet of ivory c. rr.bidiu;
orchids, and midnight blue veh
clusters.
Serving as bridesmaids a
Selnia Gimelstom. Aida Praschm.-
lean Maja and Lina Garazi wi i
carried semi-crescent bouquets w. i
pale pink cymbidium orchids. Jun
lor bridesmaid-, I>een Silver
and Sandra Susi, held nosega> -
pink carnations, and Blanqui Ea
Zi, flower girl, carried floral p
in a decorated basket
Groomsmen were Jose E-
Fred Su-i. Mario Rosenfeld
Fab.o Nick Samuel Susi and Be
nard rved as junior usher
and Joel Susi a- ring bearer
Grandparent- who were part
the procession included Mr. ar.
Mrs Allied Susi, and Mrs. Taub.
Adelman escorted by her son Ma
Adelman.
Barbara Singer
Betrothal Told
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Singer.
17501 NE 7th PL announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Barbara, to Alan Richard Mindel.
The future bridegroom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Min-
del. 7320 SW 84th Ct.
Sex Education On
Program Agenda
On Mondaj evening, at Be'h
Torah Congregation, former As
sistant District Attorney Harold
Solomon will speak on "Sex E I
cation, Narcotics, and the Jewish
Family.''
Lecture and discussion, sponsor
ed jointly by the adult educate I
committee and the Men's Club of
Beth Torah. will begin at 7:30 p.m.
in the Social Hall
Students from the eighth
through the 12th grade and their
parents are invited.
Dr. Max A Lipschitz. spiritual
leader of Beth Torah. will act as
moderator.
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TEMPLE Beth Sholom held its
Black and Red 24th Anniver-
sary celebration Saturday even-
ing. A cocktail party followed
Ik, ;,h mi\ico at the Tern-
and then the guests adjourn-
ed for the dinner festivities at
the Fci '. inebleau Hotel.
Manj guests followed the color
schemi I the evening in their
attire David Drucker was
in flair g red satin. Her figure-
m.iUiu.- -neath featured red iri-
descenl quins on the empire
bodici Red chiffon, with the
ane-shi der Grecian drape, was
Mrs L<( Levins choice. The
ivife ol Hobert Swedroe. whose
work i- currently being exhibited
in tht Beth Sholom art gallery.
n.i- it bone chantilly lace. Her
gown featured a decollete neck-
full-bias cut skirt.
* i
aaRS I I ward Dokson's black
" chi i noun was encrusted
with paillettes on the decol-
lete e bodice. Mrs Ralph
ed her b ick silk crepe
wih black sequined jacket
trimmed v ith h'.ack Russian fox
cuffs. A silver-toned lilac satin
matching coat was
worn t Mrs Seymour Silver
man S i and artv'thyst-colored
crystab immed the sleeves of
her coal Mrs I- I Hecht was
in a r our enw iible. Her mother, Mrs |
Isadon Stein, who is visiting'
from 1 ikline. Mass chose an
ice lir -ilk alaskan suit.
Tht ack lace gown which
Mrs a- Brotman wore was
boughl in St. Thomas during al
-it She had a red satin;
ade just for the ball. ]
black lace gloves were.
i red Mrs Max Weitz
rose pmk brocade en-:
Irs Edward Arnold was .
hantllly lace over shock
I Her long-sleeved gown
back liecolletage. Mrs. ,
- i I irdo's hot pink quilted
ad a godet flare in the I
the hemline, and white j
led the sleeves of her
ackel ar; i hem of the
shell pink satin skirt!
jeweler-crusted bodice
* by Mrs Harry Mirer.
X|'~ Cooper Katz was in j
'hit< silk alpaca. Her three-!
' ength coat was embroid-
'red th silver lined bugle
F'aul Biumberg wore
-t bla< ersian lamb jacket with
' black amond mink collar over
' Classil black silk gown.
Mrs Harry Smith wore a sleeve-
less jet sequined jerkin over a
long-Mmed black silk gown.
Crystal and caviar heads were
tmbroidered on the champagne-
colored gown worn by Mrs. Har-
ry Barkin. Mrs. Sidney Ross top-
ped her muted shell pink peau
de soie gown with a gold lame,
jewel-encrusted jacket. Mrs. Sam-
uel Pollock wore a sleeveless
peau de soie coat over a white,
long sleeved crystal beaded chif-
fon gown. Mrs. J. Bernard Spec
tor's black silk ensemble had cut
velvet half-moons, which were
accented with fringed gold lame
circlettes.
*
nABBI I.eon Kronish's wife add
" ed her touch of red with the
crystal beaded collar and cuffs
on her white brocade gown Mrs
Ethel Wolk's white brocade gown
and matching coat featured
rhinestone buttons on her double-
breasted coat. Mrs. Solomon I.ich-
ter wore a white ribbon lace on
net in the cage silhouette. Mrs
I.oiis Scherer designed the chif-
fon gown which she wore, fea
luring the new emphasis of large
bold colored prints on chiffon,
and a porcelain blue satin cape-
lette at the empire bodice Mrs
Zebe Brodie's white brocade
gown had the bateau neckline
and the empire waist in a sheath
silhouette.
Andrea Singer
Exchanges Vows
With J. Goodman
The former Andrea Ronnie Sing-
er exchanged marriage vows with
Jeftrey Owen Goodman on Satur
day evening. Jan 21. Rabbi Mor
ria A. Kipper officiated at the
ceremony held at Temple Judea.
Coral Gables.
The bride is the daughter of
Mrs. Max M Singer and the late
Mr Singer Her biidegroom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Good
man. of Swampscott. Mass
Given in marriage by her broth-
er. William E. Singer, the bride
wore a gown of antique peau
which featured a bateau neckline,
deeply scooped in back, with set-in
point-on-hand long sleeves. Tiny
teardrop pearls circled the waist,
descending from a raised front,
and a gathered back panel adding
softness to an 'A'-line skirt.
The elbow-length veil of im-
ported French silk illusion was
held in place by a customed, loop-
ed headdress of matching fabric
and trimmed with tiny seed pearls.
Maid of honor was Miss Ellen
Goodman.
The bride is graduating this
month from the University of Mi-
ami with a BA in modern lan-
guages and will attend graduate,
school at Massachusetts State Col-
lege in Salem.
The groom graduated from the
University of Miami School of
Business Administration in June,
and is now associated with Eagle
Aluminum Products of Maiden.
Mass Louis llurwick was best man.
Thomas Schils
In the Bahamas
The former Daphne Rosenkranz
and Thomas J. Schils are now on
a honeymoon in the Bahamas.
Announcement of their marriage
on Jan. 19 has been made by the
parents of the bride. Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Ro-enkrarrz
VfiS. llffKH GOODMAN
Cenfe/ School Tree Planting
Students of the Israelite Center
Religious School will have a tree-
.)!art.r.;> ceremony on Sunday in
observance of Tu B'Shevat. follow-
ed by Israeli folk dancing and
-O!'. Za
Forum Panelists
Are Local Rabbis
The Rabbinical Association of
Greater M'arr.i announces, through
its president, Dr. Max A Lipschitz,
the forthcomii imunitj For-
:..<:!-. will I I on Wednes-
day e\ ming, F. vi 1, at the Jac b
C. Cohen Community Synag igue.
A panel discussion on -The
Challenging Role of the Syn
esented.
Participants will include Rabbis
Samuel 7. Jafie, cf Temple Beth
El. Hollywood. Fla ; Sol Landau,
of Beth David Congregation; Sol-
; omon Schiff. of Beth El Congrega-
| tion: TiuOr H Stern, spiritual
leader of the Jacob C. Cohen Com
munity Synagogue, host and mod-
erator.
Mallamud, Bride
To Live in Gotham
A reception at the Deauville Ho-
tel followed the nuptials uniting
Patricia Korenvaes and Jonathan
Mallamud at the home of the
bride's parents. Mr and Mrs. Aar-
on Korenvaes. 10185 Collins Ave .
on Sunday. Jan 22. Dr Irving
I-ehrman conducted the 5 p.m
ceremony
Son of Mr and Mrs Ben Malla-
mud. Bronx, N V.. the bridegroom
is a graduate of Harvard Law
School. He is presently teaching
law at Columbia Universlt) and
working on a doctorate degree.
New Mrs Mallamud has a BA
and MA degree from Chicago Uni-
versity.
Following a honeymoon in Ja-
maica, the couple will live at 112
Christopher St.. New York Citj
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Friday. January 27. 1967
. ^Atbc'iit people and places .
THE GREATEST FUN IS HAVING YOUR
MIND READ
I was a surprise going-away luncheon for
Sara (Mrs. Maadle) Zazban. who is leaving for
ia on a trip with her husband and Mi
and Mrs. Harry May. The patty was given by
Mi Edward Glickstein in the Green Room at
Imperial House. Colored holiday balls and
a Flotilla of boats serving as place cards created
.. lovelj setting for the guests among whom were
Mis. Jack Ablin. Mrs. Jacob Ar\ey. Mrs. AI Leeds.
Mrs. : ail Weinkle, Mrs. Sidney Huberman, Mrs
Sam Blank, Mrs. Irving Goodman, Mrs. Robert
Schnayerson, and Mrs. Cele Freidman. The hit of
was Myrus, the mind-reader, who an-
swered qua gave advice and was "abso-
lutelj fantasl c,' according to his delighted audi-
Everyone wondered how he did it
A WING DING
I ewis Serbin had a party last week at the
home oi his parent^. Georgia and John Serbin,
on Adams Ave. Georgia and John decided it was
no different fiom parties oi yesteryear. Plenty
Ol fo ii. music and the cup that cheers is the
same lor the young, the middle-aged or the old.
Ol the sixty who gathered for a fun evening,
mo-i were "Mr. and Mrs." except for the host
and some of his friends, including Steve Ridley.
Dennis Russ and Teddy Grossman. Among the
young marrieds were Mr. and Mrs. Hob Borax.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Heller, and Mr. and Mrs
Norman Raskin.
TWO SCORE OF YEARS EVEN
The daughters-in-law of Fred and Rena Som-
erstein could be called daughters, but for means
of identiflcaton have the "in-law" tag. Myrna
and Robert and Helen and Seymour Somerstein
honoicd their parents on their 40th wedding an-
niversary with a cocktail party at the Robert
Somerstein home. All of the decorations were
carried out in red and white, and the girls made
them themselves of leather plumes, flowers and
Candlelight Rites
For Diane Rhodes,
Stuart Sieqal
A double ring, candlelight cere-
jny on Sunday. Jan. 22, united
1 e former Diane Ellen Rhodes
i id Stuart Martin Siegel with Rab-
r Samuel Jaffe officiating. Held
a" the Miami Lakes Country Club,
I e wedding was followed by a
; rmal luncheon there.
Parents of the newlyweds are
ft r. and Mrs. Sanford Rhodes,
3714 Johnson St.. Hollywood. Fla.,
i. id Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Siegel,
170 NE 174th St. Attending the
a.fair were the bride's maternal
g andparents, Mr and Mrs. Louis
Koch, her paternal grandmother.
.Yrs. Anne Rosenthal. and the
- oom's maternal grandparents,
.V r and Mrs. Sol Cornsweet.
For the wedding, carried out in
ti rquoiM and white, the bride
v. jre a designer's floor-length
- iv.n of white organdy appliqued
with daisies fashioned with a high
neck, long sleeves and an Aline
- irt. The headpiece featured an
< Randy bow and streamers of
< usies. and she carried an arrange-
i ent of white daisies
The bride's sister. Lisa Sue
I. lodes, served as maul of honor.
L.iura Rhodes and Lynn Rhodes
were bridesmaids, and Miss Eliza
1 tth Weber was in charge of the
, iest book.
what not. Even the huge cake was red and white.
Tho hora d'oeuvrea table was fantastic, with ice
molds and different goodies. Guest of honor, the
elder Mrs. Somerstein. was in bright green, with
a double orchid. Among guests were George and
Ruth Wanger. Ida Mae and Maurice Comblum.
Bessie and Ed Dressier. Lena and Sam Kanner.
a I whose home the Somersteins had been mar
ried, and who were celebrating their 46th anni-
versary, Lill Bhubdrg, Lilly and Harry Schifl.
Margie and Irving Rosen. Eddie and Sara Safer.
David and Joj May, Gil and Moe Berick, Ben and
Sylvia Kanner. Stanley and Nancy Kanner. Mr
and Mrs Al and Evcy Barmack. Abe and 11a
Solosko, and Rabbi and Mrs Leon Kronish. All
if the grandchildren were there to help in
the celebration. Scotty. Alan and Mike belonging
to Myrna. and Bob. Helen and Sys, Larry. Lnri
and Mark.
CHAI TIMES TEN
Exactly 13 years ago, because Chai' times
10 is 180 months, which comes out to 15 years.
Trudi Lack met her husband. Jimmie Stern, at
the June convention of District Live B'nai B'rith
Young Men and Women in Atlanta. Trudi was
elected president, and all of her friends were
elected to office or to chairmanships. However.
organization duties didn't hold any of these girls
down and they all were elected into marriage
Here are these gals who helped Trudi "catch
her man'" at the convention, with their maiden
names. Jerry and Selma (Lewis) Rifkin, Jack
and Doris (Klein i Scheer. Steve and Sylda (Bot
win) Hutt. George and Romcra (Rosenthal) Co-
hen. Norman and Dorothy (Bail Rogers, and Les-
ter and Lorraine (Kathlenberg) Feuer. Triggered
by the arrival of Marvin and Ruth (Reiter) Laub-
gross, from Silver Springs. Md., the Sterns gath-
ered everyone together to help them celebrate.
Pictures were brought out and passed around.
Every other sentence started "Do you remember?"
Frances Lehman
Report Given
On BB Conference
K Albert Ballot, international
vice president of the Order of
B'nai B'rith. was guest speaker at
a luncheon meeting of the B'nai
B'rith Women. Freedom Chapter,
on Wednesday at the Deativille
Hotel
President Mrs. Gertrude Austein
announced Pallet would describe
the recent midwinter conference
of the BB board oi governors
which he attended in Charlotte,
N (
MISS SHERI GRAUER
Sheri Lea Grayer,
Stanley Raskas
To Wed in June
Rabbi and Mrs Murray Grauer,
of White Plains. NY., have an-
nounced the engagement "f their
daughter, Sheri Lea. to Stanley
Raskas. son of Mr anil Mrs Ralph
Raskas, St. Louis. Mo.
The prospective bride is a grad-
uate of the Westchester Daj School
of Mamaroneck, NY., and the
Ramaz School Of New York City.
She is currently attending Stern
College for Women of Yeshlva Uni-
versity The wedding is planned
for June 20. al the Hebrew Insti-
tute of White Plains.
The future bridegroom is a mad
uate of the Rabbi H F Epstein
Hebrew Academy ol St Louis.
University Citj Senior High, and
graduated from Yeshiva ( ollege
with an AB degree in 1965
He also received a degree of
Bachelor of Hebrew Literature
Annual Men's Singles and Dou- from Yeshiva University.
bles Championship Tennis Tourna-
ment conducted by the YM and
LbSEDICKER
BRANCH
FARBAND
will meef
THURSDAY, FEB 2nd
of 8 P.M.
1234 Washington Avenue
Speaker
DR.A.MED0W
Subject
"HOW TO LIVE WITH
AN AGING HEART"
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Tennis Tourney
At Miami 'Y'
WHA of Greater Miami will be
held in February, it was an-
nounced by Milton Jasper, chair-
man of the "Y" tennis committee.
Final date for entering is Mon
oq i\\.\\ saiueS \\y sz "Br '- scheduled on Sundays. There will
He served as v'.ce president of
the Yeshiva University Debating
Society, and senior editor of the
"Commentator." official student;
newspaper of Yeshiva College. Ik-
spent the academic year of 1905
66 in Israel attending Yeshiva
Mcrkas Harav pursuing advanced
Talmudic studies. He is currentlv
YIYO FORUM
Sat., Jan. 28, 8 p.m.
NEW QUARTERS
Temple Beth Sholom
4144 Chase Ave., MB.
Guest Speaker
ISRAEL SILBERBERG
Teacher & Critic
Subject
"GEORGE BRANDES World
Renowned Literary Critic and
Historian and His Impact I
Upon Jewish Culture."
be three classes of tournaments attending Columbia University
for both singles and doubles. Graduate School.
Entries are being received at the
The bride-elect's father is spiril
ual leader of the Hebrew Institute
Physical Education Department of of Whiu. Plains and president of
the "Y." 8500 SW 8th St.
, Pioneer Women
jgt Slate Speakers,
M Luncheon. Skit
Ardiiutrf
MRS. STUART SltGtl
Dr. Shubow First
Forum Guest At
Cohen Synagogue
Pioneer Women Club 1 will hold
a luncheon on Tuesday noon in
the Royal Hungarian Restaurant.
The affair will honor Mrs. Jennie
Scitlin on her recovery from a re-
cent illness. Mrs. Scitlin. a pioneer
Miamian, is the founder of Pioneer
Women in Miami and has been
active on behalf of all worthy
causes in the community.
the Westchester Council of Rabbis
He is also chairman of the com-
mittee on education of the New
York Board of Rabbis, and chair
man of the education committee
of the Westchester Day School.
Mamaroneck.
He served as rabbi of Congrega-
tion Beth El. formerly known as
the Miami Jewish Orthodox Con-
gregation, of 500 SW 17th Ave..
from 1946 to 1951.
Miss Grauer is the granddaugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Grauer,
of Los Angeles. Calif. Mr. Grauer
occupied the post of president of
the Bronx Jewish Center for more
than three decades prior to settling
chapter on the West Coast. She is also the
Adult Singles
Interested in
OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES
are invited to assist
in the formation of
A SOCIAL CLUB
composed of congenial adult-
singles to join in hiking, beach
parties, picnics, fishing trips,
sports, boat excursions, danc-
ing, camping, traveling, etc.
*
For further information stop
at 1042 S.W. 9th Street (rear
house) between 3 and 8 p.m.
NO DUES PAY YOUR OWN WAY.
Mrs. Joseph Krant/.
Jacob C. Cohen, president of the president, will serve as luncheon granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irv
Jacob C Cohen Community Svna- chairman, and Mrs. Milton Green, ing Eisinger. of New York City,
gogue. announces the first in a ** f "' Miami Council of The Prospective bridegrooms
Pioneer Women, will be guest lather is executive vice president
Dennis Siegel was his brothers se,les of Cultural forums which spcaker. A musical program will be of the Raskas Dairy Company of
man. with Robin Schwartz wl" **' held ,ho synagogue at presented by Rose Rosamond St. Louis, Mo. The future groom
a d Bruce Rhodes, ushers I 1532 Washington Ave is a grandson of Rabbi Tobias Qef-
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Success of the silver anniversary banquet of
Chcbad in the United States is written in the
smiles of principal'- in Sunday niaht's dinner
-..? Deauville Hotel. Shown (left to right)
,:re Rabbi Abraham Korf, regional director of
Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch; Norman Ciment,
banquet chairman; Dr. Velvl Greene, principal
speaker; Dr. Michael Sossin and Councilman
Joe Malek. cc-r haiimen. More than 300 per-
sons attended the celebration cf the 25th anni-
versary of the Lubavitch movement in this
country.
Leading Reform
Rabbi to Lecture
At Beth Sholom
' bi Yechiael Lander, adminis
issistanl to the president
director of recruitment of the
on College-Jewish In-
lute ol Religion, in Cincinnati,
ik on "Where Do We Find
ii Spiritual Leaders of Tomor
Hi- uill he heard Monday even
p m in conjunction with the
studies program of Temple
Betfl Sholom of Miami Beach, ac-
;; In an announcement by
Mr- Irving B. Kaplan, chairman
'1 the temples board of education.
Lecture will take place at 9
p.m., after the first course In the
adult studies series, which takes
place at 7:45 under the tutelage
'.ombardo and his Roy-
Canadiana are appearing
Starlight Roof of the
joral Beach Hotel through
reb. 2. There is a featured
-e band with Paul Seers
at the piano between acts.
j-ombardo is known for per-
>nrung "the sweetest music
'nis side of heaven."
of Assistant Rabbi Daniel Fran-
iel, of Beth Sholom.
Rabbi Franzel is leaching a
course on "Great Jewish Ideas" at
7:45 p.m., Monda> evenings.
Discussion leader at the 9 p.m.
li-i-iiiie will he Rabbi Leon Kron-
Ish, spiritual leader oi the congre-
gation.
Horn in Winnipeg to one of
Western Canada's pioneer Jewish
families. Rahhi Lander devote.I
himself early to Habonim, the
Labor Zionist Youth Organization.
In 1951, Rabbi Lander founded
and directed the Youth Workshop
In Israel, one of the earliest pro
grams of work and study for
American high school students
In 1052. he served as assistant
director of the United Jewish Ap-
peal in Winnipeg, and then enter
ell upon) an 11-year career in syna-
gogue administration. In his last
post prior to beginning his rab-
binic studies, he served Temple
Isaiah of West Los Angeles.
He attended the University of
Manitoba Agricultural College
from 194?-45. Fluent in Hebrew
and Yiddish, Rabbi Lander was
awarded a fellowship in 1947 to
attend the Jewish Teacher's
Seminary in New York. In 1955,
he obtained a BA in psychology
from the University of Manitoba,
and from 1957 to 1960, he pur-
sued graduate studies in psy-
chology at the University of
Southern California.
In I960, he entered the Califor-
nia School ol the Hebrew I nion
College-Jewish Institute of R
ion. lie came to the Cincinnati
campus in 1963. An honor student,
hi' received the Banowil prize for
academic excellence, a Simon Laz
arus Foundation Fellowship for
pecialized training In human r-
lations and an l Kingdon Hirsch
Chabad Drive
Moves Past
50 Percent Mark
Success nt Sunda) night's silver
anniversary banquet of Chabad at
the Deauville Motel sent the Flor
ida region of .Merkos L'lnyi
Chinuch educational arm ol Ih
Lubavitch movemenl pas) the
50 percent mark In it- 1961 67
campaign to raise $50,000
Six new founder- of Camp Gan
Israel in Deland Heights, I- la anil
three life members were honored
at the function
Those enrolled as founders
include Mr. and Mrs. Solomon
Alter, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard
Ziibert, Mrs. Anna Segal, Mrs.
Rifka Safra, Louis Ginsberg and
an anonymous donor. New life
members are Councilman and
Mrs. Joseph Malek, Dr. and Mrs.
Michael Sossin, and Dr. and Mrs.
Sydney Levine.
Dr. Velvl Greene, guest speak
er from Minneapolis who plays a
major role in the nation's space
program, said NASA already is at
wmk on a manned space probe to
the nearest star, more than a li^ht
year away.
He said such a journey would
take several centuries in each di-
rection, necessitating the veritable
creation of a new society on hoard
which must follow a master plan
written at the start of the voyage
Greene asked. 'What would hap
pen to their chances for return if
they changed the plan on hoard
SO as to make it living literature.'"
Caressa Shows Earnings
Leonard L. Ta'cher. Chairman
of the hoard of Caressa. Inc.. has
announced net sales for the year
ended Sept 30. 1966 were S5.216.
115. Taicher. in an annual report
to stockholders, said that net prof
its were $50,448. or 8 cents per
share.
His comparison showed the o
nipotence of the Torah lo Jewi
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Hebrew Free Loan
Installation Dinner
Indicts Schwartz
Greater >!iami Hebrew Freo
Loan Association held it annua'
installation dinner Sunday even-
ing, at the Fontainebleau Hotel
Miami Beach Mayor Elliott Roos-
evelt acted as master of cere
monies for the gala event. The
invocation was given by Rabb'
Ka\ A. Upsctrtz, o: Beth 1
Congregation, and th benedi
I led by Rabbi So'omon Schifj
< Beth El Congregation.
Officers installed for the 1966-
1967 year are Isac'oie Schwartz,
president; Franklin D. Kreu'zer,
first vice president; Mrs. Rose
Segel, second vice president;
Mrs. Zelda Kons* reco-dirg sec-
retary; Max Price, correspond-
ing secretary; Mrs. loa Ochs,
financial secretary.
Installation marked the 16th
term as president for Isadore
Schwartz, co-founder of the organ-
ization. Schwartz is a past presi-
dent of Beth El Social Club and
vice president of Congregation
Beth El. He is president of Chesed
She! Ernes of Greater Miami and
serves on the board of directors of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion and Bikur Cholim of Miami
Eeach.
He is chairman of the Chevra
Kadisha of Greater Miami. He is
also a member of the Knights of
Pythias, Odd Fellows and the
Masonic Order.
The Hebrew Free Loan makes
interest-free loans to needy indi-
viduals in the community. From
a beginning 17 years ago with as-
sets of only S25. the organization
today has assets of S30.000 and
in excess of 370 member-
All loans are without any
changes whatsoever, and are re-
said in irs*allmen's to fit indi-
vidual needs, thereby affording
"hose >n need (he ooportun'ty to
rehabilitate 'hen-selves without
resorting to charity.
Music for pro-
vided by In and his
Miss
ISADORE SCHWARTZ
Flora Pastel, soprano, and the well
known Jewish comedian. Mich)
Rosenberg.
The Bible1 Opens At Bay Harbor
Biblical ve is depicted in
continuou for the
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Filmed in 7Umm and Deluxe Col-
c:. many d< gr problems arose
during production and were met
and solved by director John Huston
and art director Mario Chiari. re
suiting in some of the most awe-
:in-i settings ever created for
II screen.
They unfold as "The Bible"
relates the stories of the Cre-
ation of the World, Adam and
Eve in the Garden of Eden, Ca:n
and Abe!, Noah's Ark, the Great
Flcod, the Tower of Babel, the
Destruction of Sodom, and the
Story of Abraham.
In addition, hundreds of animals
and thousands of birds were re-
quired for the Noah's Ark se-
quence. More than 200 species
are represented in pairs.
The movie is produced by Dino
De Laurentiis and features Ava
Gardner. Peter OToole. John Hus-
ton. George C. Scott. Richard Har-
ris Michael Parks and Ulla Ber-
gryd.
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Cons.ructicn mcves ahead on the new 100-bed facility of the
Jewish Convalescent Home of South Florida. Workers are now
foimirg the fourth end final f'oor of the modern building,
with topping eff ceremonies set for later thi i-~r.:y oi h- community-supported institution's new facility is
Scheduled frr early April. It will contain the latest equipment
fcr ce.iati'c treatment and rehabilitation, and will be known
as the Marqaret and A. C. Fine Nursing Pavilion of the Jewish
Convalescent Home of South Florida.
Hadassah Groups
Plan Card Parties,
Visit Art Gallery
Hercl Group of Hadassah will
hold its regular monthly luncheon
meeting on Monday. 11:30 a.m..
at the Algiers Hotel. A special
program has been arranged fol-
lowing the business meeting. Mrs.
Milton Weinberg is president.
*
Morton Towers Group has sched-
uled its annual "Eye Bank" lunch
eon and card party on Monday.
11:30 am., at the Algiers Hotel.
Mrs. Herman Braun is chairman
of the day Mrs. Kmanuel Mentz is
president.
*
Stephen Wise Group will li i] |
its annual "Eye Bank" luncheon
and card party on Monday at
Tony's Fish Market at 11:30 a.m.
Mrs. Ben Rochwart; is chairman,
and Mrs. Effie Quart is co-chair-
man of the affair. Mrs Alex Del-
lerson is president.
Hadassah Center for Winter Res-
idents is scheduling a dessert tea
Wednesday. 1:30 p.m., at the Cult"
American Art Gallery. Biscayne
Blvd. and 79th St. Josh Kliger-
man. gallery director, will lecture,
and Mrs. Gerald Soil/, national
board member, will be guest speak-
er. In charge of reservations i-
Mrs. Alfred Tuvin. national liaison
officer for winter residents. Ha-
dassah members are welcome.
Temple Ner Tamid will be the
gathering point for campers and
friends of Camp Judaea at the an
nual Miami reunion this Sunday
The rally is set for 3 p.m. in
the temple auditorium at 7902 Car-
lyle Ave Miami Beach.
Besides renewing old friendships
and reliving memories through
movies and slides, campers and
parents will have the opportunity
of discussing the coming season's
plans with the camp director.
Frank Farbcnbloom. Th:- reunion,
which is open to the public, will
also provide an opportunity to in
terested persons wishing to meet
past campers, parents and staff
members.
Camp Judaea, located 2,200
feet above sea level in the Blue
Ric"ge Mountains at Henderson-
ville, N.C., is sponsored by Ha-
dassah and the Zionist Organ-
ization of America. Campers are
drawn from every community in
the Southeast, as well as New
York, Chicago and other points
in the northeast. Having once
more had a capacity enrollment
last year. Camp Judaea must
continue the policy of limiting
each city's enrollment. The
maximum number of campers
from Miami will be 100.
"The success of Camp Judaea,
now in its 14th season, rests en-
tirely in the program." according
to Farbenbloom "All of the reg
ular camping activities are offered,
including instructional swimming.
canoeing, camp outs, all sports,
archery, riflery. arts and crafts
and dramatics. These combined
with a dynamic program of Jewish
living emphasizing our culture.
tradition and heritage provides an
atmosphere unique in the South
And as in past years, specially
chosen members of the Israeli
Scouts will be at Camp Judatv
the summer."
In the area of health and :
fare. Camp Judaea maintains
standards set by the Amem.
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Boys and girls from 3 through
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Jonathan frechtel
Burry fellman
Joel Coo'fcin
Shaul Gross
Bga, >ii of Rabbi and
M ander S. Gross, 3542
F Dr., 9 ill celebrate his
Bar Mil I on Saturday morning,
I a the Hebrew Academj
[: Rabbi Gross, spiritual
l. i lei i "he Academy, will oiii
t
Shaul I eighth -:racle student
in thi lemy, will conduct the
SI I Musaf services, and
read th implete portion of the
; la a ed for the Sabbath,
'\ isi
Shaul is a member of the School
Patro the Hebrew Academy
C
Olivia Levin
Sue, daughter of Mrs.
Oil
Trixie I n and the late Reuben
I become Bas Mitzvah
pn Sal Jin 28, at Temple
Em i .
Olivii in the eighth grade at
I ; i Jui r High and is
co: tinu her Hebrew education
b> atti the Bureau of Jewish
Educati Hebrew High School.
She ember of the National
Junior i or Society, and her
chi is drama.
Mrs Bricker, Olivia's ma
ternal idmother, will attend
the evi
rhe i i brant will be honored at
a Kiddui In Sirkin Hall follow
ii ice
< *
Alan Rosenberg
Saturfif.j morning services. Jan.
28. ie Bnai Sholom, will
includ< Bar Mitzvah of Alan
1,1 of Mr and Mrs. Gene
Ro- b. !8(i2 N\V 185th Ter.
Alan, ho came here with his
fanulj from Cleveland ten years
ag" pa ticipates in sports and
bu'I I i 1 airplanes. He will be
h > Saturday evening at
a dinner to be held at the Royal
Hungarian Restaurant.
Mr ami Mrs Morris Herman.
Mi and Mrs Louis Zimmerman,
all of Miami, grandparents >>f the
celebrant will afend the celebra
lion.
>
Jonathan Frechtel
Jonathan Lee. son of Mr and
Mrs Saul S. Frechtel. 1260 NE
171st Ter. No. Miami Beach, will
become Bar Mitzvah on Saturday
morning. Jan. 28. at Beth Tovah
Congregation.
The celebrant is a seventh grade
student at the John F Kennedy-
Junior High, in the fifth grade at
the Beth Torah Religious School,
and will continue his Hebrew stud-
dies after he becomes Bar Mitzvah.
An Honor Roll student at John F.
Kennedy. Jonathan is interested
in football, stamps, and coin-
collecting, and plays the piano and
guitar
A reception will be held Satur-
day evening at the Beth Torah
Congregation In attendance will
be Mr and Mrs. Samuel Messer,
the Bar Mitzvah's grandparents,
from Hallandale. and Mr and Mrs.
Nathan Frechtel. of Miami.
* *
Gail Garf ield
Gail, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Leon Garfield. 9701 \V. Broadview
Dr., will observe her Bas Mi!/.
vah on Saturday morning. Jan 28,
at Temple Beth Sholom.
Gail is a student in the Beth
Sholom Confirmation Class of 5728.
and a seventh grader at Nautilus
Junior High, where she serves as
president of the Science Club.
Barry Fellman
Barry Lorin. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morton Fellman. 12835 SW
75th Ave.. will become Bar Mitz-
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- lie is a ham radio operator
and is interested in photography.
coin-collecting, stamps, bowling,
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member of the Sc ence Club.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Newman and
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Joel Gaulkin
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28. at the Beth Torah Congrega-
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Jeffrey Sandier
Jeffrey Stuart, son of Prof, and
Mrs. Robert Sandier. 7365 SW 13th
St.. will be Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Zion on Saturday. Jan. 28.
Jeff, a seventh grader at Rock-
way Junior Huh has been an
honor student throughout his
school career He is interested in
math and space science, and is
active in athletics.
In honor of the Bar Mitzvah,
Prof and Mrs. Sandier will host
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the services An open house will
be held at their home on Saturday
evening
Attending the services from
Providence. R.I. will be Mrs. Fan-
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Miami Beach. Morris Sandier,
grandfather.
Jay Goldfarb
Bar Mitzvah of Jay Joseph, son
of Mr. and Mrs Jack Goldfarb..
' 1836 SW 9th St.. will take place
Saturday morning. Jan 28. at Con-
| gregation Beth El.
Jay is an eighth grade student
at Shenandoah Junior High, where
he plays first clarinet in the school
band. His hobbv is science.
*
Josh Rodstein
During Friday evening services.
Jan. 27. at Temple Sir.ai of North
Dade at Washington Federal, 699
NE 167th St., Jo Mrs. Herman Rodstein. will be Bar
Mitzvah.
Josh is in the seventh grade at
Thomas Jefferson Junior High and
in the Temple Sinai Religious
School. He plays the flute in the
concert band at school. He is
athletically Inclined, and is inter-
ested in baseball and football.
Out-of-town guests attending the
AH
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Prune Sirloin Steak .
Served Japanese S't'e
MIAMI
Bar Mil ih .'.ill include M
ry P. h his grandmother, of
Safety Harbor. Fla.
Mitchell Fox
M tchell F ix. son >. Mr and
Fox. 196J NE "
Dr N M ->:"i Be?ch Bar
Mitzvah on Sal
Jan ." Beth Torah C n -
ti
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Joel Martin Gaulkin
(I Martin, son of Dr. and Mrs
in, will bei Bar
'T'. h >n Saturday morning, Jan.
28. at Beth Torah Coi on
I .. Is North Miami Funior
High is hob ies a:e art. sci-
ence, a-, i amateur rad:o. H
-. including sui.
:
Physical Fit
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tits
Rogsr London
9 n il Mr ar 1
li hn London, 17340 NE 12th
v. Mitzvah on Satur lay
21 at Beth Torah,

Edward Blumenthal
Ed i i Bl m< nthal son of Mrs.
Ann I. 1971 NE 191st
Dr. h litzvah on Satur-
iay .. Jan 21. at Beth
forah i
Conversational Hebrew Class
Saul Rabin is conducting a
C ilirse in conversational Hebrew
.! Miami Senior High School on
Tuesday and Thursday evei
from 7 to 10 p.m. School is located
at 2450 SW 1st St.
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Kitenisfi fhriciiair
Friday. January 27.. 1967
40-YEAR RETROSPECTIVE EXHIBIT AT LOWE GALLERY
I
Architect Lapidus in Three Honors
rhe New Year has broughl triple
mors for architect Morris Lap-
. us
The first of the triple honor- is
major retrospective showing oi
istandi ig work- ol his entire
hrr at tlic Joe and Emily Lowe
it Gallery at the University ol
ut mi.
The second is the publication
cf his book, "Architecture A
refession ard a Business," by
Reinholt, which appeared on
-.ookstands Jan. IS.
Hqdassah Unit to See Film
Chaim Wei/mann Group of Ha
issah has purchased a block of
rejects for a Feb. 12 showing Of
The Bible" at Bay Harbor The-
tr Elayne Kaplan is in charm1
roup sales for the movie, which
emiered Wednesday at the
eater
The third honor will be the of-
ficial establishment at Syracuse
University of the Morris Lapidus
Manuscript collection "in recog-
nition of his outstanding past and
future achievements."
Lapidus todaj is busi ;r than
ver commuting between his \ v
and Miami Beach offices
working on a wide variety of com
ons that range from a hotel
in Puerto Rico to the complete ur-
ban renewal of Cadman Plaza in
New York, and a "pocket park"
and swimming pool in the Bedford
Stuyvesant area for the Cit> <>i
New York.
The major retrospective at the
Lowe Gallery, "A 40-Year Retro-
spective Exhibit," is running
through this weekend In connec-
tion with it. Lapidus hosted two
luncheons for prominent commu
nitj leaders here one on Tues
dav noon at the Holiday Inn. 1350
Ground has been broken tor this new building now being
erected across the street from Miami Beach Federal Savings
:;nd Lean Association's present branch offices at 260 Sunny
Isles Blvd. An "S"-shaped concrete brick wall divides the
property and bisects the unique glass-walled circular build-
:ng, dividing it into bankinq space and utility sections. A
dominant leature is the 80-ft. clock and tempeiature tower
vhich will be synchronized with a similar installation on top
of the Miami Beach Federal's main offices, carrying out the
nssociation's theme, "The Tower of Thrift." Ccst of construc-
tion is estimated at S160.000.
So Dixie Hwy the oilier on
Wednesday.
Although Lapidus is best known
. architect, he i? also an artist,
as well. The exhibit includes
many of his own paintings, draw-
ings and sketches in many media
Oil, water colors, pen and ink
m addition to pure architectur-
al renderings, photographs, mock-
up-, scale models and even a chair
designed by Lapidus early in his
career.
The publication by Reinholt of
his hook is a distillation of the
knowledge acquired by Lapidus in
almost 41 years of practice.
The Syracuse University invi-
tation came as a result of the
university's current undertaking,
aimed at making the papers and
manuscripts of selected prom-
inent architects available to the
university and scholarly worlds,
as well as to historians. At Syra-
New Leadership
At Anshe Ernes
.indue Louis Bandel will be
guest speaker and installing off!
cer when Congregation Anshe
Emes honors its new slate on Sun-
day, 7:30 p.m., at the synagogue
Committee chairman. Irving
Sperling, will act as toastmaster,
and the Greater Miami Mandolin
Orchestra, with Allen Dworkis di
recting, will offer the musical p >i
tions ol the ceremony. Also enter-
taining will be William Skyler and
Rev. Paul Deutsch who will offer
religious hymns.
Those taking office include
Bmanuel Kushelewitz, president.
Max Rothbeind, George Ban on.
vice presidents. Joseph Picus
treasurer; Sam Esterman, financial
secretary; Max Sussman, cones
ponding secretary; Irving Sacks,
Joseph Abramson, Max Baron,
trustci
Leaders of the Ladies' Auxiliary
are Mesdames Max Rothl i
president; Jack Horowitz, Joseph
Abramson, Solomon Pakowitz, vice
president Henrj, Sommer, trcas
iiici. Joe Mills, Samuel Conilot,
Jacob Weiser, sec
cuse, these valued manuscripts
will be placed in a specially
created air-conditioned area of
the Carnegie Library where,
thsy feel, "scholars for genera-
tions to come will be able to
gain a better understanding and
fresh appreciation of your car-
eer in all of its manifold as-
pects."
Lapidus was broughl to tins
country as an infant from Odessa,
Russia in 1903 A product of New
York City public schools, he ma-
triculated at New York University,
where an interest in the drama
and scenic design spurred his am-
bition to enter the School of Archi-
i cture at Columbia University.
It's the new Eleven Hundred Restaurant at Forte Towers
Apartments that's accountable for the sudden increase of
traffic on lower West Avenue these days. The room serves
hundreds daily except Monday, and reports of quality food
at reasonable prices are spreading the word to more and
more Forte tenants, their quests and neighbors. Decorator
Kenneth Hull has created an atmosphere of relaxation with
his unusual color combination of warm reds and oranges
throughout the room, with a delicate green curtain screening
the magnificent view of Biscayne Bay. Open from 8 a.m.
to 12 p.m., the Eleven Hundred serves breakfast, lunch, din-
ner and late snacks. All of the delicious cakes, pastries and
breads are baked on the premises and are available at the
retail counter at the front of the restaurant.
Malkin Plays
At Governor's
Inaugixal Bnll
Mai Malkin is considered an
the top orchestra leaders in Flor
ida. On the night of Jan. 3. this
ifficiall) became a fi
The music-making Maestro of
Miami Beach's Starlight Rool ol
the Doral Hotel On-the Ocean. Mal-
kin and his 25 musician- were se
; as the orche itra to play the
Inaugural Ball at Tallahassee when
ciaude Knk became Governor of
Florida, On the bill with Malkin
was Perrj Como
This is not Malkin's first time
at playing at gubernatorial in-
augurals, since he was person-
ally selected to play for Gov-
ernor Collins in 1954.
A chartered plane transported
Malkin and his musicians to Talla-
hassee for the occasion.
The Malkins came to Miami
Beach over 20 years ac,o to rear
their family, consisting of three
Kirls, Debby. Janet and "Maddie"
i short for Madeline) Janet and
Maddie are twins.
Malkin later began a new facet
of his career, that of being at the
opening of new Miami Beach Ho-
tels. The first was the Versailles,
! followed by the Martinique, the
Algiers, the Eden Roc, the Diplo-
mat, the Americana and the Doral
Starlight Roof.
Malkin returned to Miami
Beach's Starlight Roof of the Doral
Hotel On-the-Ocean on Jan. 4.
where he is once again playing
"society'' music
KABBI YAACOV A1ULAV
Barry Seniors'
Award Available
For the next five years, a Barry
College graduating senior will be
the recipient of a $250 American
Jewish Commit-
t e e Interfaith
Essa > Award
(I o n a t e il h y
Herbert I So
bel, ol ll Sobel
Associates, Inc .
of .Miami
I" ad I ne for
the i --.i.\ -. w 11li
interfaith inter-
ests as t hei r
topics will be
Mar lit
According to
Sobel, a graduate of Syracuse I ni
versitj I oll< e ol Law and member
of the New York Bar, judges will
i ol ,i committi e from Bar-
ry's i Department and mem-
Interreligious Affairs
Committee
MORRIS LAPIDUS
Yaacov Azulay
Is Ordained;
Father is Rabbi
Yaacov Azulay. son of Rabbi and
Mrs Shimon Azulay, of North Mi
ami Beach, has been ordained BS
rabbi after completing his exam-
inations in the Shulohan Aruch
and Yoreh Dean
Noun- Rabin A/ulay is a gradll
ate Of the Hebrew Acadctm ami
of the Chicago Jewish Academ>
He received his AB degree from
Roosevelt University in Chicago in
1964, and then went on to stud)
for ordination in Veshivat Kerem
B'Yavneh in Israel.
Upon returning from Israel.
Rabbi A/ulay continued his secu
lar education at Roosevelt Uni-
versity for a Master's degree and
his studies for ordination in Bel
Medrash I.Torah in Skokie. Ill
In June, he will complete his
studies for an MA He will con
tinue his secular education in a
Chicago law school.
SOBEL
CARIH Tag Day on Jan. 31
The six chapters of Children's
tsthma Research Institute and
Hospital will have then Miami
Tag Day on Jan. 31. Proceeds are
for the benefit of children oi all
races and creeds to alleviate the
suffering oi asthma and allied al-
ii ;ies,
Beth Am Dancers
Appear on TV
In Hebrew Spot
The Temple Beth Am tteno
. roup was lo appear on tbe "Lit
in : Hebrew" television program
sored bj the Bureau of Jewish
Education, on Thursday at 7 p.m
Directed bj Miss Linda Rovin
i oup members are Debbie Green
Pam Kassler, Eileen Schreer
Debbie YVeisglass, Steve Gain
Jed Rosen, David Ross, and Aaron
Salem, students of Beth Am Re
ligious School
Any way you
figure it...
THE FINEST?
WELCOME^
TO GREATER MIAMI
IS WELCOME *
WAGON
A visit from our hostess win mika
you feel it horn*, with her basket
of gifts end answers to question*
about th* city. Its service* *o4
(iciiitiex Just cell .
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Friday. January 27. 1967
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WC Units
In Varied
Programs
Workmen's Circle branches in
Greater Miami will present a con-
cerl with Bldor Belarsky on Thurs-
day, Feb. '*>. 8 p.m., In Miami
Beach Senior High School.
Proceeds from the conceit will
go to the Workmen's Circle
Schools in Miami. Tickets are avail-
able at the WC office, 940 Lincoln '
Ha., or 25 Washington Ave.
i *
Workmen's Circle Branch 1059,
Miami Bench, presented a concert'
b) the Greater Miami Mandolin
Orchestra on Saturday at the Mi-
ami Beach Federal Auditorium,
7.>5 Washington Ave.
The concert included vocal se-
lections, in addition to the instru-
mental works.
Proceeds from the concert are
for the I. L Peretz Workmen's
Circle Schools in Miami.

Workmen's Circle Branch 699
held a birthday celebration last
week honoring Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
II. Siegel, 2150 SW 2th St.
The Siegels, 85 and 80 year?
old respectively, are charter mem
bus of the national Jewish fra-
ternal organization in Greater Mi-
ami area.
They were members of Miami
IW acfa Branch 692 for 40 years, and
20 years ago participated in the
chartering of the Vladeck Branch
which continues to meet at 1545
SW 3rd St.
Mr. and Mrs. Siegel are active
in other institutions of the Work-
nun's Circle, including Greater
Miami Chorus, coordinating com-
mittee. Miami Culture Group and
the 1. L Peretz Workmen's Circle
Schools for children.
Goffer Named
General Agent
For Shipping Line
A. Goffer & Co., Inc., of 605
Lincoln Road Mall, Miami Beach,
has been appointed southeastern
states general agent for Chandris
Lines, effective immediately, An-
lony J. Chandris. chairman and
presMent, has announced.
The appointment anticipates the
May 24 inauguration of Chandris
lines' second transatlantic pass-
enger service from Port Everglades
10 Southampton, Cherbourg and
Pireaeus, to be operated by the
:5.000-ton flagship RHMS Aus-
tralia, formerly the American liner
SS America.
The new general agent also
will promote passenger tales for
the three additional big liners
operated by Chandris Lines in
worldwide services and cruises.
Included are the 51,500-ton
RHMS Queen Frederica, employ-
ed in National Hellenic Amer-
ican Line's New York Italy
Greece-Canada service and In
cruises from New York; the
26,000-ton RHMS Ellinis, running
mate of the Australis in around
the world service and also
cruises from Australia and Eng-
land; and the 25,000-ron PatrU,
engaged in Greece Australia
service. The four liners carried
over 90,000 passengers in 1966.
A. Goffer & Co., Inc., will con
tinue to represent Chandris Cruis
es. Inc., in the southeastern states.
I he latter company presentlv op-
eratea the 11,000-ton SS Re'gina.
be former SS President Hoover.
1,1 Caribbean cruises from Nassau
j'"l < uraeao, and also five addi-
"onal vessels in year-round east
ern Mediterranean cruises from
Venice and Piraeus.
Erecting the agency is Akiva
potter, for several years vice pres-
ent of Zim Lines in charge of
Passenger and cargo development
DAVID SINGER
David Singer
Dead at Age 92;
Services in Miami
David Singer, of 6225 Maynada
St., Coral Gables, died here Tucs
day, Jan. 24. at the age of 92.
He was the father of William
Singer, civic and philanthropic
leader in the Jewish and general
communities, who founded the
Royal Castle chain.
Mr. Singer came to Dade County
26 years ago from Cleveland, O.
He was a charter member of
Beth El Synagogue, former
chairman of the Chevra Kadisha
Bural Society, a member of the
Hebrew Loan Association of
Greater Miami, and the Jewish
Home for the Aged.
In addition to William Singer,
survivors include two other sons.
Samuel, of Cleveland, and Peter,
Miami; two daughters, Mrs. Marian
Goldstein, Hollywood, and Mrs.
Pearl Olkes. Coral Gables; seven
grandchildren and 16 great-grand
children.
Services were Wednesday, Jan.
25, at Gordon Funeral Home.
Kashruth Case
Awaits Ruling
On Miami Beach
A case involving the alleged vi-
olation of the Miami Beach Kash
Mild Ordinance is now under ad
vlsement before Municipal Court
Judge Eugene Weiss.
Judge Weiss said he would rule
in several weeks on a case involv-
ing Terry Sponder. of the Granada
Kosher Hotel. 1017 Meridian Ave.
Concluding testimony was
heard on Jan. 17, with final per-
sons appearing before the court
including Rabbis Joseph Rack
ovsky, Beth Tfilah Congregation;
Phineas Weberman, Ohev Sha-
lom Congregation; and Abraham
Safra, executive director of the
United Kashruth Organixation.
Frank Brickman, kosher meat in-
spector for the City of Miami
Beach, said that the case is "the
longest in history" of such actions
in cities across the nation involv-
ing alleged violations of kosher
meat ordinances. Brickman said
there are some 200 such commu-
nities.
Final arguments followed over
700 sessions during upward of a
more than two-year period.
Brickman originally arrested
Sponder at the Granada Kosher
Hotel on Feb. 9, 1965. on the
ground that he found in Sponder's
possession two 10-lb. boxes of veal
cutlets allegedly without kosher
identification.
LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAMt LAW
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 68879
In RE: Bitmr o(
Mi: \HA u ALTMAN
I hsceased.
NO'liCE TO CREDITORS
I" All Creditor* and All Persons .....nth* n
laving Claim* or Demands Aaalnt puhllratlor,
-'i'1 Kutati : ,.,,,..,
> *"* hereby notirted and Dated at Miami, Florida,
quired in present an) claim* and daj m January, am l7
demand* which you maj have at ESTElAJC TITMMOI.O
Mi, .si.ii.. ',i ABRAHAM ALTMAN A* Executrix
LEGAL NOTICE
IN TMt COUNTY JUDGES COI
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 73470-C
in RE Katun of
,\ \ T"Ki: TI'MM' 'I.' '
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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i '..i ini- ..? i i. nil \-- i
Said Esta
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,i :, in. .-.-lit tm.i i
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thi estati SALVAT1 >RE 'I I'M M<
i. >, di i -. lati "i I 'ad. i
hloi Ida, m I he taunt) Judiri i i .
County, and file the -;m n i
.ill.I n> prO% I'l.'l ll S. I. m
Kforldii Statutes, in th<
i he '"-hit j i' >ui thnuse ii I I
<-.11111>, Florida, within si\ rali
the
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Ida, T,. tin i 'ounty Judgi of I 'mi.
County, and flli the same In duplicaii
and as provided in Section I
I ii.ruiu Btatuus, In their "ffi" In
the < "ountj Courthotiae in I >ade I
ty. Florida, within six rah mi ir
montha from the time of the fii-,
publication hereof, or thi aann Kill
i" barred.
Dated al Miami. Florida
day i.f Januai. A.D 1",:
SAM ALTMAN
A* Executor
Flrat publleatlon of thi*
ih< 57th da; "f Januarv, IS67
ESSEN a- ESSEN
Attorneys for Executor
ISM Alnale] Bids Miami. Fla.
l 27 t-lrt-t:
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thi* 81th
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LEGAL NOTICE
CHABNER
ll>.\, 0. of 1110 Alton Road. Miami
Reach, iwnmd away WedAeMajr,
.lannary L'",lh. She rniuk- her ROJM
here for the past -i year*, Owning
fr,'iii Chicago, III. Vhi- was a mem-
ber of rt'-Mi El Sisterhood, Hebrew
I.. Loan 8oclet> an.I the Hebrew
Academy, Shi- is eurvlved by hi r
Ini:-!.in,I. 11> in.in. two daunlit, r*.
Mr*. Bi-rnl.-.- Stauh, r. "f Miami, and
Mrs. Julia Rfnger, Of Now York
CItj a dater, Mrs. Bertha Roth-
Matt, of Miami; and four jiriind.liil-
dren Service* were h.-i.i Thursday,
January Mth at 2 I'M at Oordon
Km.'.ii Home with Intermwn at
Ml Binal Cemetery.
JERVIS. Ml- Rose, "-. of 4 I'l-NI'in
in Si n ;i-i s Jan. -". Riverside S -
mand) lale Chapel
KAT2. Robert I'., 4'.. of 13X5 Collins
\\. Service* In Se York River-
siii.. Chap) I. Alton Rd
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Service* n N'- Fork Rlveralde
t'hapel, Alton I: I
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 73469-B
in RE: Batata -f
KMM. K SNi>\\
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To \n Creditor*, and All I'eraon*
I la vlna Claim* or l>man Saffl Katate:
Vim ai-i hereby notified and ro-
llllired t" pre-, nt an> ,-laims :'nd
demands whtoh you may have against
estate ..I KARL, K. KNOW, ile-
,..i-. .i iat< of Dade County, PTortda.
I., iin Count) Juthrea of laado County,
l-l"rlda. and f|l thi- Same in dnpli.-at,
nn.i a* provided In Keotlon 7n:;.ii"..
i '.ri'ia Statute*, in tin > office* In
tin- i"i'imt> Courthouse In Dadi
county, Plvridu, within six oalondnr
month* frvni th.- time "f the first
imiI'IL ail.Ti hereof, or the *ani<- will
r*n barr, 11
Dated at Miami. Kl-rida, this 24th
ila\ nf Januarv. A. 14, 1"*^1
'Utl'II\ imWJCTOUl*
A* Rx<. utrlx
First pul.li.atlon off this niti'-,1 on
Mu- 27th day of .lannary. 1!>67.
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A. PACEIER
Attornay* for Orphu llrentrnp
SIOI \V. Flakier si.-, .t
Miami, Ha. SSI
1 27 2 :I-10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 73296-B
In RR; I'-t.i' of
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T,. All Creditors .mi \l Persons
Having Calms or Demand* VRalnal
Said Retail
Vim ir.- hereby notified and ro-
i i ti present an] i lalnts and
i i i you niaj ii.iv a-
. of A \l:< >N I MART. de-
. ..,., ,| lati of l taile County, Florida.
t,- iin- Count} i "ti Dade County,
rid i hi -.i In dnplli ate and as
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statute* ii ihiit ofl' In iin
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from the tlmi of thi first publication
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'i.lli'l-'. is IIKRRRY liIVBN thai
in underslfrned, desiring to ennaif
In bualneas under the fictitious name
METROPOLITAN st'll'iol. OF
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STi.-t. Miami, Florida Intends t" re-
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THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 733418
In RE: Katate of
Ut'TIl 8CHNEITZER
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T" All .'"llt'.rs ami All i'erson*
ii.nint fiainis ,,i Demands Aealnst
Sai.i Batati
Y"ii are hereby notified and re-
'itiir. 'i I., preacnt any claim* and
demands which you ma) have agnmst
th-- (stt. nf ni'TH SiI)\i:ii-/.i:i:
di is..,i i..,i.. ,,f i>;,,i,. county, Flor-
ida, t" the County Judges of Da
County, and file ih<- nidi In duplicate
an .is nrovtd'ed In Beet Ion
I'loiida Statiit.s. In t hi ir offices in
the Count) C.....thouse In Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, wltlun sis entendnr
montha from the time "f the f!r-t
publication hereof, or the sunn will
rred
I 'at. il al Miami. Floi Ida, 'In I ii
lax of I'. < nil" i. \ I 1"',;
MAKi'l \ la.li.MK
M W HBCHT
a- Rxecutor*
'/i \" IV. ROMAN
Attorn, v I,,- |.'.\.-,-ni..i-s
120 Mncnln Road, Miami
I
1 list publleatlon of this n
the 2th daj ..f Januai >. ISH7
SIMON, n.ws A i;i:iNi\\ i:K'i
Attorni >s f..r i-'.\..mi i\
mi Alnsley HuildltiK
Miami. Florida JS182
l 2- -:: 2
IN 1HE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUFT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 16377.A
in RE: Ratati ol
RICHARD ARTHUR HAVANAI'.I
I .-.in NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I All 'i edltOI an.I All I'.
llavlna i'imIuis or Demands A-.. Saul Katati ;
v..u aii hereby notified and t
. quit'-'I i" preaent an) cluInm
I demands which \"U mas have attain '
the .--.at. "i RICHARD \i;i ill ;
KAVANACf.ll. deceased lati ol I.,
I. lount). I- lorlda, t" t he ('out ;
a I 'mli i 'ounty, ami file an
ini duplicate ami as provldi I n b'>
tlon 733.16, Florida Htatutei in th-Ir
1.11!' in ih. Count) Cwul .-- n
I'aii. County, Florida, within *ix
I endar months from the tin.....f i
' fiisn publtoatlon hereof, or tin sa
will I., barred.
Dated ai Miami. Florida, this 1' r.
i da | "i Januai >. A.D. 1W7,
KI.IZ \ I: I'-.T 11 KA\ ANAI'Ml
\~ l'.\"'iitri\
First piil>!l,'uiln "I Miis notici
the 2"Mi da) ol January, IM67.
AARON M K \nm:i:
am..i m > r..i i itaabeth Kavtiiiaueh
''( fit) National Bans r. .
1 '20-27 i
',
It.
AKIVA GOfftR
in southeastern States, and more
recently general agent in Miami
for the Italian Line. He received
his doctorate in admiralty law
from Northwestern University in
1955.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IH HEREBY BIVEN that
'li.- mi.I. '-. lani .I '
in hiistn- ss under Ihe fli'tlthuis name
,.f AMERICAN F M'T' 'i:s t\>MPANY
Intend) i '.....I ii.im. \. nil
th.- i 'lerk "f he Clretlll "ourl "i 1 '.al.-
Com 1.1
AMI 1RICAN I-"' \ M III BBER
.sAl.l-:s. INC
Hi hi: <>w SBR
B) Kdward Rnthh .t-,i Prealdi nt
\tNsi.ir H FERDIK
Attiamej for American Foam Rubber
Sales. Inc.
2SI8 R.w i Ji line Road
Coral Habh s, Fi.u Ida J3I34
1 N I l-lfl
teh. Fla.
. I 10-17
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIOA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 67- 899
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JERRY LEWIS,
Plaintiff,
Vs.
CLARA MAE LEWIS,
Defendant.
T>; CLARA MAR 1.t:\vis
IIS Toledo Street
Toledo, I'M.,
You. CLARA MAE LEWIS, are
hereby notified thai Rill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been fil> .1
iKalnat you ami you are required to
serve a cop) of your Answi r or
Fh adlna t" th< Rill of < 'oinnlainf nr
th. 1'lnlntiffs altorne\. Sill VIS
(W KIDMAN & 11' H.T/.M \\. i:>'.'-
it.', -. s. vl'.'l.l Rulldln*. Miami. Flor-
i.i.i. 3313! arid file the orlelnal Answer
or Pleading In the office of the Clerk
..r the Circuit fonrt "it "i- before Ih?
:">rii day of February, 1**7 II '--
1,. ,1,, so, iu'iu'in, nt l.v default will he
t.-iK. 11 attain-' v..i for the roil'
in in .1 In the Bill '! Compl
This n.'M.....hall be published
.-ni-li -. k for four nonai cntlvi
In THE JEWISH Fl OR1DI V \
DONE \ND ORDERED ni M
19th da> of Januai s
A.D 19*7.
,. |. 1 RATHERM VN. rv
I' ,i, '. 1
is. al) ''> K M 1 YM VN
Dei III
s|ll'\ l\ .-.,''<'- N ,\
It..I T/M I \ I'S'iS
Miami. Fl 1132
IN THE C'RCUTT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLOOIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 67-80
NOTII-F OF SUIT
1 ,1 t \ i; SAVTNCS RANK '>F
to r SEW V< >RK
Plaintiff,
t -
RRT 'I \l.l Mil" il
Defendant
.,-,,. ,. 1 .-,,!,, mi v nna '
, 11 -. 1.. '1 --.,' .
1 ., ,m 11. i":t last know n mall
o I'.f Bmbai > f.lma, ;
Peril
T'.u ar< hen b) Mir |
.,1 ,,- .11 .....-' aetlon '- Instl-
fiti.' axalnsl v'"' '" M" i't 1 "ourl
of th.. Eleventh I 'II '''
Florida In and 1......
foreclose a ntort|ra*e fol-
low i, ,', 1., 1 real
i-m'i" CITY,
arcord'na lo thi '' I "
. i,.,1 n '" P
the '"obMe Ri -irdi of 1 >adi
c...... '

f thi
and r\. .1 .....1 I
M | RT1N FINK
,
.....1. no1 lal thnn Pel rj "
- '.1-7 1, .. 1 1 11 will
h| III. ,1 ;,
DATED .Ian -
THERMiv
1 ]. 1-1, o< the "''" 1'
1: 1. TV \\
1>. put) Ch ra
>mi:ti\ 1 1
rtadi i',"i";.i i:.''iiinir
Miami, Florida J3131
1 27 .' 3-10-17
IN 1 ME COUNTY JUDGE'S COUPT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 73533-A
In RE: Estate of
RUSE NEWMAN
1'..-. 1.-, ,1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To aii Creditors and AM !'
11.. \ n. Clalnir 01 I '.niaml A-., li t
si.i Batati
y..,i .hi hereby notified and
quired t" preaenl an) claims id
demands whli ii you aaaj' have ai
: th. state of RUKE SEW M \N
deceased late "f 1'ad. County, Flor-
ida, i" the County Judges ..r 1 .
. Count) and flit fhe same in duplicm
, and as provided In Si ctlon ::: I
1 ,..! Sa Statutes, In thi Ir
1I1,. r,.iint> Courthouse m Dadi C
ty, Florida, within six calend r

montha from the time of the
publication hereof, or the
i>.- barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, tlii-
da) .'I January. A.D ls>;:.
I m >R( iTIIV 1 i' 'I.I BFRi:
OEOROE ZASLOW
As l"\. ut'.rs
Flrsi publication of thli ilci ,
Hi. .'Ttii da> "i January, "-
.-Ml I'll ,\ M VN'l'I.KK
Attorni s f< r Exi utors
107 1. n nln It, .id. M i.iin- Reach 1
1 27
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TM
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 67- 758
ORDER TO APPEAR
1 .r.i i.N I s >\' .\ VN RATHER
I Ms miff, '
\-|.l 'I KERN VI'KTTi: R VTIIHIS,
I', fi
V"l \ El 'I RER.N VDETTE H VT1 -
Kit ll Road Cluiti -
Ti mi. -
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II FENSIIol r
Id Miami
Inal in Ih'
It c

I
1 himi.ii-,
1: II LBATHHRMAN
It) K M. LYM \N
Deptlt) Cli I,
1 50-27

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
KOTM'E is lll'REBY BIVEN
d 1 11 i el
iimi. 1 the ii. 1;' 1
,.1 I'.M.M \li lii'TKl.. ill 122S 1
Una Vvenui Miami Bi B< h, 1
in 1 nan 1
1 in 1 'ourl of 11
,1.1
FII \ \U \ SHORE
RYRON 1. SPARRER
\l'|>li'-aiit
inn \ Blsca) in Blvd.
' '"
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\, ;i K IS HEREBY I51VEN
1
i-i i\ r '-i.A'/. \ -ii- 1 siioi
I -u-, 1 I Intel,
v mil. Inn nd* '
aid mi 1 u i 1 li thi
..1 Dade Count), Fie
PERJ \N VOENC1ES, INC
B) .1 \ 1.1 iPEZ, Vli
K KM FMAN
I Xni'li' ., ni
, ..in Rulldlna
Mlai : 1131
I 27


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QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED
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