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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
r_e 39 Number 13
Miami. Florida, Friday, April 8. 1966
Two Sections ~:ice I'.i
I V Bans Limitations on Nazi War Crimes
l-XITED XATIOXS (JTA) By an overwhelm-
the United Nations Commission of Human
holding its annual session here, adopted a
in billing for a convention on the banning
.. lies of limitations regarding the trial and
(lit of war criminals and persons charged
mi's against humanity.
resolution also called upon all states "to
measures necessary"' to prevent the enact-
: Mich statuutes of limitations, "to continue
their efforts to assure the arrest, extradition and
punishment"' of such war criminals, and to make
available to other governments and documentation
available regarding war crimes and crimes against
humanity.
The resolution, spearheaded by Israel and solid-
backed, among others, by the United States and
France, was adopted by the 21-member body by a
vote of 19 in favor, with none against. Iraq, a
member of the Commission, abstained, while Swe-
den, also a member, was noted as "absent." The
three Communist members of the Commission
the USSR, Poland and Ukraine were among
those voting in favor.
Another clause in the resolution called upon the
secretary-general of the United Nations to provide
Continued on Page 10-A
ark Tale
old Of
evict Jews


JTA) A gloomy
beleagured Soviet
Uling vain-
religious survi-
lasl weekend at a
.in the status nf the
ol the USSR. Ex
1 tnesses told oi a
[gn mined at
arate religious
identity of Soviet
m. Negro rights
as chairman of a
jurors" ho took
'imed witnesses
Members of the
Dr. John C. Ben
Union Theological
Rev George B. Ford,
eritu Corpus Christi
Ki slim an. United
Workers; Telford Tay-
i i ol law, Columbia Uni-
I: ami Norman Thomas, veteran
|alisi eader.
The hearing was conducted by
l Ad Hoc Commission on Soviet
s, formed under the aegis of
Conference on the Status of
viet Jews, comprising 24
rwish organizations in tho
(tiled States. In a study distri-
ited at the hearing, the Ad Hoc
mmission stated that the USSR
pbarked on a new and subtler
Continued on Page 9-A
Jewish Educators Say
4We Must Start Over'
RABKI ISRAEL MIUtR
spoke in Moscow
Peace Flier
Avoids Meet
With Arab
NEW YORK (JTA) Abie
'Nathan, the Israeli "peace flyer,"
cancelled a meeting with an Arab
propagandist shortly after he ar
rived in New York on his mission
to enlist aid of American leaders
to end the Arab-Israel dispute.
Nathan told a throng of news-
men at Kennedy airport he had
come to the United States "to con
vey the feelings of the people of
Israel for peace." He had accepted,
in Paris, an invitation to meet with
Mohammed Mehdi. general-sec-
retary of the Action Committee on
American-Arab relations in New-
Continued on Page 6-A
NEW YORK (JTA) The
present crisis in Jewish education
requires a willingness on the part
of curriculum planner.- and admin
istrators to "scrap all cherished
preconceptions and start all over
again." a professor ol history told
250 delegates to the national con-
ference on .1 e wis h Education,
v. Inch concluded its four-day ses
don here last week
Dr. Irving Greenberg, of Yeshiva
University, speaking tn th' fifth
national conference of the Ameri-
can Association for Jewish Educa-
tion, said thai the first considera-
tion for the educators to determine
is what is the purpose of remaining
Jewish. "If Judaism is nothing but
democracy or brotherhood, why
not practice these in the original
form?" he asked. He suggested as
an experiment, the reversal of the
current practice by starting Jewish
education al 13, or Bar Mitzvah
age, so that the student can begin
his Jewish studies when he is
mature. "In fact." he declared.
"a good idea would be to scrap
the entire Bar Mitzvah ceremony
with its Haft or ah ritual, a proce-
dure which has in the past wasted
thousand- of man years."
"Since the synagogue has taken
a central role and, in effect, the
religious school often wags the
tail," Dr. Greenbei j said, "the
result is that Jewish education
suffers. We- must challenge the
laymen who now use the syna-
gogue as a comfortable shelter
and adoot an idea proposed by
Rabbi Samson Raphael Hirsch
to close the synagogues for 100
Continued on Page 8-A
German Court Frees
Nazi on Murder Rap
BUCK PASSING
'Rat Fink'
Denies GOP
Hate Songs
NEWARK, N. J. (JTAi
Charges that several members ol
the New Jersey Young Republi-
cans, known as the "Rat Pinks."
have been singing anti-Semitic and
anti-Negro songs on several occa-
sions were heard at a hearing con-
ducted by an investigating com-
mittee of the New Jersey Young
Republican Committee.
According to several witnesses,
some verses of the objectionable
songs praised the Nazi annihila-
tion of the Jews and contained
words offensive to Negroes. One
song, sung to the tune of "Jingle
Bells." allegedly went: "Riding the
Reich in my Mercedes Benz. shoot-
Continued on Page 6-A
REPORTED $500 MILLION WAS DISCUSSED
[Adenauer Confirms
[Vid Pledge to Gurion
JTA) Dr. Konrad
confirmed here this
ts that, as West Ger-
' ellor, he had promised
economic aid to is
n a talk with then
David Ben-Gurion,
eting in New York. ,
that statement in an
1 vith the Tel Aviv news-.
iol Achrenoth. but re-
infirm the reported ;i-
""i.ooo.ooo in such aid.
Pressed as to whether a spe-
tigure had been considered,
I 'tured toward some papers |
F sa These are the minutes
I '" '"''ling, but this would not
I a" opportune time to reveal the
ais. m view of the difficulties'
the
Nations."
current German-Israel ne-
The long-delayed Bonn-Jeru-
salem ne.-jotiations on West Ger-
man economic aid to Israel were
started last month in Bonn, and
were convened, four times be-
fore being postponed until April
amid reports that there were
sharp differences between the Is-
ralis and the West Germans. "I
am extremely anxious that the
talks should reach a successful
conclusion as soon as possible,"
the former Chancellor added,
"and I do not wish to obscure
them by revealing at the pre-
sent any details of the conver-
sations with Mr. Ben-Gurion."
He was asked to explain his re-
ent remark that failure of the
talks would have worldwide re-
percussions. He replied that his
Continued on Page 9-A
BONN (JTA i A jury at
Freiburg acquitted Hermann Herz.
a 57-year-old former Gestapo offi-
cer in Allcnstein, East Prussia,
who was charged with shooting a1
group of 15 persons who were en-,
gaged in burying victims of mass
killings ami removing evidence of
SUCh atrocities.
In announcing the verdict, the
jury said it found that it was no
longer possible to discover all the
details relevant to the case, and
had therefore to acquit Her/. The
former Gestapo official admitted
that he had given the order to
shoot the victims, but claimed that
the persons he killed were Polish
partisans who had been sentenced
to death, and that he was just car-
rying out the sentences. The prose-
cution had asked for four years
of hard labor for the accused.
At Hechingen. three officials of
two Nazi concentration camps re-
ceived prison terms at hard labor
at the close of a nine-month war
crimes trial. Franz Johann Hof-
mann. a former SS official, was
sentenced to 13 years' imprison-
ment on conviction of manslaught-
er A previous .sentence against
Hoffman by a Munich court was
included in the sentence Stephan
Kruth. 48. was given a 12-year
term on conviction for two cases
of attempted murder. Helmut
Schnabei, was given 10 years for
attempted murder and complicity
in the murder of four victims.
Eugen Wurth. 48. was acquitted
NAZIS AND BIRCHITES
N.Y.
in
Quiz
Of Rightists
ALBANY (JTA) A New
York Slate legislative group began
hearing i on the acti-
vities of neo-Nazi groups, it was
announced here. The hearings,
are i ing h -id in New York
City, followed 'lie start of a similar
inquiry by a joint Slat- Assembly
and Senate committee into the ae-
Continued on Paae 11-A
Medicare Cleaned of Bias
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
i United States Social Security Ad-
ministration has taken steps to en-
sure that insurance companies
.selected bv the agency to distribute
i Medicare funds comply with regul-
ations barring religious discrimina-
i tion against Jews and Catholics, in
! addition to steps already in effect
; against racial bias.
In an intensive effort to open
up executive positions in insur-
ance companies to Jews and
Roman Catholics, as well as to
Negroes and other racial min-
orities, particularly the top ecne-
lon jobs, the Department of
Health, Education and Welfare
has set up a special staff in the
Social Security Administration
to seek compliance with restric-
tions against religious bias by
the companies chosen to admin-
ister the program.
The move grew out ol a meeting
on the issue last fall between a
delegation of the American Jewish
Committee and Secretary ol Labor
W. Willard Wirtz. At that time,
the AJC complained that studies
showed that less than 1 percent of
the top management jobs in the
insurance industry were held by
Jews, in spite of the fact that they
accounted for 8 percent of all col-
lege graduates.


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8300.000
^ ill Bring
CJA Goal
ItSTAUKAHT ON'T PA 13-A
TfMACS MSIKHTS PAGl 13A
: attainii
the '.966 Combined J \: peal thi* week powered past the
Sl_ 80 per cent of
ts goal : SI.566.66* a~ CJA
. Kislak urg( I vol-
orker> not to relax their
We have just o\er S300.000 to
go. and if all of us complete our
eampaigi menu there i> no
son we cannot be over the top
prior to the annual meeting of the
tter Miami Jewish Federation
:r. May. Kislak asserted.
He pointed out that other com-
munity drives around the nation
art achieving record results thus
far this year, reflecting both the
growing acceptance of responsibil-
ity by American Jewry and the
healthy state of the nation's econ-
omy.
A combined meeting of the cam-
paign cabinet and the Initial G.fts
committee at the Standard Club
-: Thursday brought together
top leaders of the drive, including
Associate Chairman Miltor. u
and Federation President Joxsph
M Lipton.
"We can reach our goal within
the next month by keeping up the
tempo of the campaign throughout
the Passover period, a time of the
year a inch certainly serves as an
effective reminder of the noble
purposes which bring us together.'"
Weiss said.
Norton Pallot. co-chairman for
trades and industries: Bvron J.
] THt CRY OF THE 6,000,000 |
tfcert were slain is t beta the!
mfrtoti thot are left here and|
io Israel.
6IVT TO TMt
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MAYSHiE FRIEOBERG
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Tuesday mon
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Final days of Passover are being marked beginning with
services Sunday evening, Apr. 10, and continuing Monday and
Tuesday, Apr. 11 and 12. Services on Tuesday will include the
traditional Yizkor memorial for the departed. Special Passover;
services are also scheduled for Monday and Tuesday evenings.
AGUDATH ACH1M. Lombrdy HOWt.
6305 Collins Av. Orthodox.
y^ypen t^undau C*ve
v
I' |,| ,> 5 ::< p.m. Choi Ham.....I. Satiir-
- IS .-i.ni. and 5:110 p.m.. Sunday I
,i pin.. Monday R:4fi a.m Minolta
,. ..in Tuowlay RMS a.m. yiakor al
I., :n :, m. Mlncha .':"'> p.m.
---- ----
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TiON. 985 SW 67th Ave Oorthodox.
Cantor Morris Brr.
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave. ,
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19,Jh Ave. I
Conservative. Emanuel Kushelwitz.
president.
----------
BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con.
ervatlv*. Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor
William W. Lioson.
11! S:15 p. m S< rmon: "Fam-
.-'.i| ii da> 9 .i in. Ki r ii! mi
'['>: .h I.' .-M.n llMK M ilzv ;iti
lif Mr ami Mrs Leon
.; m i '. p.m. i".....ludlnK days
in .-iinilay. 8 p.m., in
, v|. :i a.m.. in main xanc-
i In cl ipel. Tuesday, 9
r> Ylakor mi-
ii m. Sermon: "Modernity

CANDLELIGHTING TIME
18 Nisan 6:23 p.m.
9
ru iiBwrjniinifi.m
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
i ;i in. Saturday >:" a.m.
11, llneav Iniplli I u
Minolta 6 p.m. Sunday 6:30 p.m.
- .. ii Sermon: "Croaalnu
i urn's l ontter." Evening 6:30
.1 v to a m. Yizknr memor-
i in a m. Sermon: "Remem-
i : K. r, fathers."
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Ortho.
dox. Rnbbi Berel Wein.
Mm, i.a 8:40 p.m. Saturday 9
a ''Libert) it I'. .nil "
Miia'ha i".: in p.m. Monday '.'
Aiin ha 6:35 p.m. Tueaday 8:45
- !'.....n 'Reviving; Hi.- Spirit."
i wlH in. liai.. Vlzknr. End of
. -'. p.m.
--------
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave
Ortnodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. '
S*arshy. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
1 bauirda) s ;;u a m. Ser-
i Mti '- ai iia- River Kebar."
I II 'a..ti. Sunday *> p.in. start of
dint day* of Ifesaover. Monday
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Additions and Remodeling
43 Years in Miami
ARTHUR SHANDIOFF Pres.
- ::" i in. an.l ; p m Tuefdaj R:8fl n.m. I
Vlzkor memorial mrvli-Mi 10:30 a.m. I
Sermon: "A ---- ----
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben|amin Ben.Arl.
Saturday R:4S am Paaaover Swlihnth
Sermon: "A New Sonic ..f Hope." Ui
la>- of Paanover uahered in Sundaj
11 m-. Mondaj ami Tu< adn> i".
a.m Ylskor i":::i a.m Sermon: "Re-
vere Your Itelovi .1 men '
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BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13630 W. Dixie H*y. Conservative.
Rabbi Richard Marcovitz. Cantor
Seymour Hinkes.
Prlda> K:l."i p.m. Saturday RMS a.m.
Sunda.1 ,: in p.m., Monda) R:45 a.m,
ainl '. I" p m. Tueadaj > IS a m i 1:30
a.m. Ylski r aert lei >
BETH RAPHAEL. 1545 Jefferson
Ave. Conservative. Cantor Saul H.
Breeh.
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-!
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th:
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
chitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer.
Friday 8:30 pm ami R:lG p.m, Ser-
mon: "Invisible Bhaokiea on a Free
Society." Soturdaj vir. a.m. Mlncha
8:1S p.m. Last daya "f Paaaover beirln
Suii'luy ii p.m. Monday S:4". a.m. anil
.; p.m. Tuesday 8:46 am Yizkor 10:301
a.m. Mlncha p.m.
--------
B'NAI RAPHAEL 140' NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter.
Cantor Jack Lerner.
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CUBAN HEBREW CIRCLE OF MI-
AMI. 1242 Washington Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Dov Rozencweig.
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FT. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801
S. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton. Cantor Jerome
Klement.
----- -----
FT. LAUDERDALE JEWISH CEN-
TER. 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd.
Conservative. Charles Dickson. pres-
ident. Dr. Jack L. Morris, cantor.
----------
FLAGLER GRANADA. 50 NW 51st
PI. Conservative. Rabbi David Ros-
enfeld. Cantor George Goldberg.
Saturtlaj S 30 a m Sunday p.m. '
Monday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Joy of Ufa." .'
Tuvaday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Lei Us Re-
member." 10:30 a.m. Yizkor nu-nmrlal
.s. rvices.
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
410 E. Beach Blvd. Rev. Paul
Deutsch.
----------
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree '
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
Friday 6:15 p.m. Saturday !' a.m. Min- i
lia .::!". p.m. Sunday R a.m. ami 8:20
p.m. Mondu) vr. a.m. Sermon: "Free-
dom for What." Evening 6:20 p.m. i
Tuesdaj 8:4s a.m. Sermon: "Moses,
Up- Redeemer." Yizkor 10:30 a.m.
Evening 6:20 p.m.
--------
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
------a------
HOMESTEAD JEWISH CENTER. 8th
I St., Homestead. Conse-vative.
----------
ISRAELITE Ct.'iTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
L. Dratin. Cantor Louis Cohen.
------e
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY!
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Samuel Vigoda.
----------
KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
------e -
LUBAVITCHER MiNYAN. 800 Wash,
ington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abra-
ham Korf. Cantor Ernest Field.
------e------
MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION
3737 Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
------e------
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man.
-----e-----
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nah-
mlas.
Friday Mlncha S:80 p.m Saturday 8:30
a.m. Sermon: "The Jew ami the Mat-
zo." Last da} of I'assover Tuesday
S:3o a.m. Sermon: '"The Character of
Passover." Yizkor memorial at l>::;
a In.
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
E. Caplan.
Friday Kabtmt Shabbat 6:30 p.m Bat-
urday 9 a.m. Sermon: "Freedom in
Retrospect." Mlncha B:1K p.m. Last
.ia>>. of Passover start Sundaj 6:30
p.m. Mon,lav :i a in. Sermon: "Llfi
run be a Beautiful Sony." Evening
ii:::i p.m. Tuesday 9 a.m. Sermon:
|.if. ami Death, Arc The} a Contra-
diction?" Yizkor prayers 10:45 a.m.
--------
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con-
servative. 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Samuel R. Stone.
Cantor Maurice Neu.
Frlda} R:15 p.m. Service conducted by
rienlui ami junior chapter I'SY. (luesl
HPeaker, Max W, it/., I'SY dlrecti-r
Topic: "What i~ Rlshl itl.....r Youth
Toilay?" Saturday B:45 a.m. Mar Mlts-
v ..Ii Roherl Paul, son ..r Mr an.l Mrs
Samuel Kapncr. Mim-ha 6:3u p.m, l.a.-t
days of Passover Sundny 8:45 p.m.
Monday 8:45 a.m. anil 6:45 p.m. Tins-
clay x:l"> a.m. Yizkor In a.m.
---- ---
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 S. Kendall
Dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi '
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
Friday s:::n p.m. Sermon: "How You
ami I Are Enslaved Mas Mltzvah:
Lois, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Milton
Knrotkln. Saturday 11:15 a.m. Bnrl
Mltzvah: Jonathan, son of Mr. ami
Mrs. Abraham .Ionian: Bruce, son of
Mr, ami .Mrs. Seymour Slegel, Final '
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TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
Friday vir, p.m. Children's choir will
participate. Monday, seventh day >f
Passover, n a.m Yizkor Memorial
service in chapel.
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH. 7500 SW
120th St. Reconstructionist. RabOi
Morris Skop.
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TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly-
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative.
Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Cantor Er-
nest Steiner.
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 ChasS
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronisn.
Cantor David Conviser.
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22nd Ave. Conservative. Rabbi S. M.
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Page 5-fl.
AssL State Atty. Heads Rackets Unit
By PETER MARCUS
Recently, 18 indictments were I
handed down when the Florida I
Supreme Court upheld the legal
ity of a Florida statute that said
the solicitation of legal business
i< a criminal act." The job of
prosecuting these cases for the
State of Florida belongs to Mor-
ton Lee Perry, assistant state
attorney, and chief of rackets and
frauds.
Perry said that the crimes in-
volve runners for an attorney
who tries to solicit business in a
hospital, and arc commonly
known as ambulance chasing.
Through State Attorney Richard
Gerstein's intensive investigation,
ese 18 indictments have been
handed down.
Special Investigation
Perry's office falls under the
I [vision ot Dade State Attor-
.; Richard E. Gerstein.
Mainly, the Office of Rackets
.nd Frauds handles complex
frauds and financial schemes
which sometime require account-
ing analysis, special investigation.
taking of testimony, and the pros-
ecuting of these offenders in
court," Perry explained.
But were also involved with
bidding practices of construction
firms in municipal projects, ob-
scene literature and films, ex-
portation of Cubans, false and
misleading advertising, and false-
ly represented property."
Perry said that "improper bid-
ding practices in municipal pro-
jects is observed very closely
here in Miami. Also under investi-
MORTON lit PERRY
Vigorous Prosecutor
gation is the financing of these
projects through bond issue.-.
Exploitation of Cubans
The arrest of a Miami theater
operator on obscene literature
and films charges came as a con-
sequence of investigation by
Perry's office. "There have been
some startling changes in the ob-
scene literature laws recently,
which now help in the prosecu-
tion of these operators," Perry
said.
Current exploitation of Cubans
in the South Florida area is a
major problem. "Cubans have
been charged exorbitant fees for
the transportation of their rela-
tives from Cuba," the, assistant
state attorney declared.
"The crime that my office is
concerned with runs into billions
of dollars, and far exceeds all
other crimes in terms of amount,"
Perry said.-adding that "crime is
on the increase in South Florida
due to the transient population
and the looseness of commercial
morality."
Perry. 41. and his wife, the
former Priscilla Rosenfeld, live
at 5740 SW K4th PI. The couple,
married eight years, have two
children. Pamela 7. and Aaron 5.
'Rumor Clinics'
Perrj was discharged from the
Air Force after World War 11.
and received his law degree from
the University of Miami in 1949.
From 1930 to 1963. he was in
general law practice, then re-
ceived his current appointment.
Perry is proud of the fact that
he initiated "rumor clinics" as a
lecturer at the Miami Police
Academy. The clinics are de-
signed to help get the facts
straight, and not let rumor or
gossip distort the truth. Rumor
clinics are jointly sponsored by
the International Association of
Chiefs of Police and the Anti-
Defamation League of the B'nai
B'rith.
Perry, active in community
work, is a member of the regional
board of the Anti-Defamation
League past president of the
B'nai B'rith, charter member of
the Miracle Masonic Lodge, guest
lecturer for the Miami Police
Academy and the Mental Health
Society, and he is also an honor-
ary board member of the Better
Business Division of the Chamber
of Commerce of Dade County.
Active Helpmate
Mrs. Perry does not let her
husband outwork her. She is for-
mer assistant director of the Flor-
ida regional office of the Acti-
Defamation League, coordir.it >r
of adult activities at Temple !--
rael, member of the execute
committee of the Anti-Def.
tion League, religious sc I
teacher at Temple Beth
member of the executive con:/. .;-
tee of the Florida Council ot .
man Rlationship. and a :ast
board member of the Amei I I
Civil Liberties Union.
Convalescing at home
minor surgery, Perry i an
to get back to work. There Is
doubt that the Perrys are al
working, at home and at r e
office.
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OF MIAMI BEACH
301-311 Washington Avenue
WISHES TO ALL ITS MEMBERS, WORSHIPPERS
AND FRIENDS
A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER
RABBI SHMARYAHU T. SWIRSKY
AARON IERNER, 1st V. Pres.
PHILIP NEMIROVSKY, 3rd V. Pres.
LOUIS BAIDA, Financial 4ecy.
MORRIS B. FRANK, Preside!
MORRIS KREVAT, 2nd V. Pres.
HON. MARCIE LIBERMAN, Ireasu-e-
HARVEY TENDLER, Rec. S Children's Seder, Jewish Music Festival,
Passover Party Enjoyed at YM and WHA
All three Early Childhood De-
ipment Programs of the YM
WHA of Greater Miami had
ate Seders last Friday.
tte B. Schwartz, director
: the Early Childhood Develop-
Program of the "Y," said
a rents, relatives, and friends
invited to attend to join their
i.ildren as they chanted the "four
ins."
month the children have
'rips to the Heliport. Japan
Gardens, Fairchild Gardens.
Royal Castle Commissary.
tration in the Early Child
Development Program is now
waj al North County. Miami
and Central branches of
V Priority is given to those
- who complete their appli-
>n early,
"Y" Early Childhood De-
nent Program is cooperating
i the Office of Economic Op-
rtunity as a training center for
nursery school staff. Eight
: their staff have been assigned
"Y" and it is anticipated
'he number will be increased
their program develops and
ontinued certified facilities are
eeded.
Model Seder
Miss Syd Skolsky. director of
he Jewish Cultural Arts Depart
nit of the "Y," announced a
Model Seder held during the Oneg
!*habbat last Saturday, from 1 to
-' pm., at the Central "V."
An assortment of Passover tra-
ditions and rituals were exper-
enced by the children during the
model Seder.
a t
Canters Perform
Jewish Music Month was cele-
brated with a gala "Night of Stars"
I at the "Y" on Saturday. 8:30 p.m.i
Participating in the program
; were Cantor Ernest Steiner, of
'Temple Beth Sholcm'in Hollywood:
a choir accompanied by Lee Roth-
ifarb: Cantor William M. Lipson, of
Beth David; Rabbi Morton Malav
I sky. of Temple Beth Sholem in
Hollywood: Esther Barret, pianist:
and Miss Syd Skolsky, director of
Jewish cultural arts for the "Y."
'Y' Singles Club
"Y" Singles Club held a
cocktail party Saturday. 8:30 p.m.,
in the home of Jack Fils. 8851 SW
' 52nd St.
In charge of information was
May Dropkin.
Teen Theater Workshop
Teen Theater Workshop of the
"Y" is now casting for an adapta-
tion of "West Side Story." Casting
dates are Apr. 14 and 21. from
7:30 to 9 p.m., at 8500 SW 8th St.
Parts are open for actors, danc-
ers, singers, stage managers, prop
people, costume and scenery de-
signers,
A theater workshop for elemen
tary and junior high school age
children is also conducted by the
"Y." Children from 6 to 9 meet
on Fridays from 3:30 to 5 p.m. Ten-
to 12-year-olds meet Wednesdays
from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Junior high
group also meets the same time
on Wednesdays.
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Golden Agerj CaJcbrat*-
Golden Age Friendship Club ot
the YM and WHA of Greater
Miami, 8500 SW 8th St., will cele-
brate a traditional third Seder en
Sunday, Apr. 10, at 11:30 a.m., in
the Main Ballroom of the "Y."
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Friday, April 3. I953
EISENBERG ASSEMBLY AT HUM
Education Survey
Here in High Gear
) w
Committee of Miami leaders meeting with
C-olda Meir, Israel's retired Foreign Minis-
ter, at the recent international inaugural
ccnference of the Israel Bond Organization in
r.iiami Beach, set Sunday, Apr. 17, as the
date for the Miami Israel "Chai" anniversary
c inner. Seated left of Mrs. Meir is Abraham
reinberg. national president of the Israel
Bond Organization. Standing (from left) are
A J Molasky, Jacob Rifkin. Rabbi Leon Kron-
ish. chairman of the Greater Miami Israel
Bond Organization, Mrs. Anna Brenner Mey-
ers, chairman of the Israel Bond Women's
Division, Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Sidney
D. Ansin, named chairman of the Apr. 17
dinner. (See story, Page 10-A.) ______
Start Over, Say Educators
Members of the newly-appointed
Survej Committee on Jewish Edu-
cation ol the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation approved an outline ol
the comprehensive survey submit-
ied bj Dr Azriel Eisenbei
9! ries < 1 meetings
... ,|i, the s irvej consultant.
.. chairman ol
,n, j, .,.-. committee, announced
.....imittee meml -
leering com
k -wih Dr. Eisenberg.
Steering committee members
include, in addition to Fleeman,
comn.ittee vie? chairman, Joseph
Cohen, Dr Sidney Besven.ck,
Mrs. Dorothy Krieger Fink,
Daniel Neal Heller, Richard Hor-
wich, Dr. Max Lipschiti, Bernard
S. Mandler, Mendell M. Selig and
Leonard Zilbert.
Other committee members in-
clude Judge Frederick Barad. M.
A Baskin. Dr. Herbert M. Baunv
gard Leo Eisenstein, Leon .1. Ell.
Mrs. Aaron Farr. Mrs. Charles Fin
kelstein. Abraham Gittelson. Mrs.
Sol Goldstein, Dr. Philip Gotlieb,
Dr George Graham. Mrs. Jack
Katzman, Rabin Leoi
Irving Lehrman, Albi 11 ossip
Robinson, Rabbi S
il.nry Simonhoff, Ha
Harold Thurman, Mrs .
',. icier, and A i1. v\
Dr
pi i ;id(' ol the .K' .
Committee of New
commit 1
h Ish community
lered out the pui
j during a I
ngs.
Dr. Eisenberg 1
pi sentatives ol I
.....ition "i with the Educators
prising educations
Dade County-
temples. '
Working with Dr Eisi
and the committee an Di Samuel
Dinsky of the Jewish Education
Committee of New York, associate
consultant; Louis Schwartzman,
executive director ol the Greater
Miami Bureau of Jewish Educa
tion; and Robert P, Eorroan, a;
sistant executive director of th
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Continued from Page 1-A
,eers, so we will have to develop
the home."
inferior, and their instruction dull.
was given here in the unanimous
adoption by the conference of a
resolution authorizing the creation
..... ol a national youth commission, to
Perhaps we can be a little less IooR j|)to ,he situation as jt exists
radical," Prof. Greenberg added. in jewish educational institutions
close the synagogues for one of the United States and Canada.
year, informing the rabbis that -j^p resolution urged the Com-
their new function is to teach.; mission to make a survey "to diag
ting in forcing their erstwhile j nose the problems of Jewish youth
j t,;ni, and to suggest improvements that
;regants to learn and think. ^ ^ J^j to%tract and .
plaints of: t j ipWish students in both the
7'ccognition of the com
-h adolescents that the cur-
of Jewish schools are often
tain Jewish students in both the
elementary and secondary school
categories." The Commission will
utilize the services of outstanding
scholars, psychologists and sociolo-
gists as well as educators, in its
studies, and in the drafting of re-
commendations.
The conference also voted the I
creation of a manpower commas-.
sion to study and deal with the
serious shortage of teachers which
confronts Jewish schools through-
out this country and Canada. An-j
other resolution called on member
agencies of various Jewish welfare
funds to give primacy in their al-
locations to Jewish education, and
asked for bold new financing of
the Jewish school system which
trains 600.000 children and em-
ploys 17.000 part-time and full-time
teachers annually. The association
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Wen., Apr. 18 from 9 AM-8 PM delegates also urged the seeking of
Tues., Apr. 19; 9 AM-5:30 PM "ew a"d ** Sifts for schools
r _____ from foundations.
Dr. Isadore Breslao, of Wash-
ington, was reelected president
of the association, with Samuel
H. Daroff, of Philadelphia, re-
named as chairman of the Gov-
erning Council. Mrs. Edith Hy-
man, of New York City, was
elected secretary; Harry Meres-
man, of New York City, trea-
surer; and Isador S. Turover, of
Washington, associate treasurer.
A major step toward unity and
coordination in the field of Jewish
education was effected here when
three lay leaders of major congre-
gational groups confirmed their
organizations' support of the AA.IE
as the representative body in this
field.
Speaking at the association's an-
nual dinner, the leaders of Ortho
dox. Conservative and Reform
Jewish groups hailed the associa
tion as the central agency to deal
with botn formal and informal
aspects ol Jewish education on
all age levels in the United States
.and Canada.
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been active in the association for
the past 27 years. The awards
were given to Mrs. Frank Cohen,
Judge Jonah J. Goldstein, Joseph
Goldstein, Prof. Horace M. Kal-
len, Joseph Kohn, Abraham
Krumbein, Judge Louis Levin-
thai, Philip W. Lown, Charles J.
Rosenbloom, Dr. Albert P.
Schoolman, Judge Simon E.
Sobelofr, Harry Starr, Michael
A. Stavitsky and Isador S. Tur-
over.
A1 another session, Philip Bern
stein, executive vice-president of
the Council of Jewish Federations
and Welfare Funds, called on the
conferees to concentrate on action
to be taken following the sessions
action which, he said, must be
adopted without weakening any
other community services offered
\ to the Jewish community. He
pointed out that education must
be more than a transmittal of
knowledge, an instrument calcul-
ated to build character, strengthen
(he family ties and aid society.
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** Jew's!? Fh>ireof/raur
Page 9-A
Shazar Hosted Cordial I v
By the King of Nepal
Studying preliminary outline of the 1966 Com-
binec Jewish Appeal allocations are leaders
of the budqet committee. Standing (left to
right are L. Jules Arkin. Harry B. Smith. Wal-
ter F:r.k and Marshall S. Harris. Seated are
Norton Pallot and Mrs. Sol Goldstein. Pallot
is chairman, and Smith is vice chairman of
the budget committee. The others are chair-
men of individual budget study committees.
NEW DELHI tJT/t Israel
and Nepal have a happy relation-
ship which "most nations would
envy," President Shazar of Israel
said lure at a banquet to the
King and Queen ol Nepal. The
President and Mrs. Shazar were on
a state visit to Nepal, The Am-
f 1 which has rec-
oil! never ex-
i hangi d at ors, was not
t at tl : [uet. Previously.
the Israeli President had called
m i he Kin i i at the royal
palace, an
mutual interest. A report on the
uanquel v on the In-
iia radi n i k
Official Npal sources ex-
pressed surprise at a report that
the Pakistani Ambassador in
Cairo haH conveyed to Nepal the
"indignation' of Pakistan and.
Comrrunist China for sending
army personnel to Israel for
paratroop training. Nepali For-
eign Office sources said they
had no knowledge of any protest
of "indignation" having been
Soviet Jews Spell Dark Tale
Continued from Page 1-A
cancjMgifl against Passover as
part c* its drive to destroy the
cultural and religious identity of
Sovie" Jewrv. The Commission
declared that world option has
forces the Soviet leadership to
aban-j-i its virulent attacks
h i) d s t Passover celebrations
and It-jneh instead a "more re-
fined drive: to reduce the scope
of Passover from the broadly
histc c to the narrowly ritu-
alistic. '
Accoiding to the Commission,
the Si i e t Government's recent
lifting : the ban.en matzoh-bak-
- far from nationwide," with
resi It that -perhaps the major-
it> of Soviet Russia's Jews remain
unaffected by the change." Matzoh
prodiM on. the Commission stated.
i- restricted to the synagogue.
thus nepriving the great number
ol unn.igious and younger genera-
tion Ji of any tangible means of
t the holiday. Even in the
. ies the procedure for ob-
taininj matzoh is inefficient and
in. ng: .lews seeking matzoh
ing their own flour to the
e and register personally
for m zoh a registration that
i- thei sent to the Soviet police
Ra Israel Miller, president of
linical Council of America.
who s] ke from the pulpit of the
1 sco synagogue last summer.
hearing th.it the world
community "stood as one''
I to alleviate the plight of
S viei ewry. He listed four major
lesigned I i end the "spiri-
al s rfocatii n" So\ let Jewish
call) I on the Soviet Gov-
tO grant the Jews:
1) Organized, religious life, like
other religions; 2) organized na-
tional life, like other nationalities:
3) to conduct an editorial on anti-
Semitism on radio and television
and in newspapers: and. 4) to per- j
mit reunion of families separated :
by war and persecution, through!
granting of permission to emigrate j
aboard."
Dr. Eric Goldhagen. director of
the Institute of East European
Jewish Affairs at Brandeis Univer-
sity, told the tribunal that the "ex-
tinction" of organized Jewish life
in the Soviet Union was a "cer-
tainty" if the present policies of
the Soviet Government continued.
"In 10 or 15 years," he predicted,
a uill be difficult to find within
the Soviet Union a man capable
of performing a Jewish religious
burial ceremony, a Jewish wed-
ding or a Bar Mitzvah." He said
there were onlp 40 or 50 rabbis
still living in the USSR, that their
average age was 65. and that there
was no theological school to train
young rabbis in the Soviet Union.
"The Jews of the Soviet Union
the second largest Jewish com-
munity in the world have been
reduced by 50 years of Soviet rule
to a state of cultural and religious
dessication without parallel among
the religious and ethnic minorities
ol the Soviet Union." he declared.
One eyewitness the Rev.
Thurston Davis, editor of the
Jesuit weekly, America, who re-
turned from an inspection survey
of religious libertv in the USSR
earlier this year said that Jews
and Roman Catholics living in
the Soviet Union faced "special
difficulties" because of their
"outside connections as mem-
bers of an international .3roup of
believers." He urged Catholics to
pray for the survival of Judaism
in Soviet Russia and described the
Jews he met there as "ridden
with fear."
Judd L. Teller, author, one of the
six expert witnesses who testified
before the panel, said the Soviet
Jew was caught in a kind of
"squeeze play between the top
Moscow bureaucracy, which
coerces him to assimilate, and the
middle bureaucracy of the ethnic
republics, including the Great Rus-
sians, which shuts off his avenues
to assimilation." Former Premier
Nikita Khiushchev. Mr. Teller said,
"modified, but never repudiated,
even the worst features of Stalin's
anti-Jewish policy. His own anti-
Semitism was deep and personal;
and while his political eclipse has
removed his personal anti-Semi-
tism as a factor in Soviet policy
toward Jews, his other arguments
continue to inhibit a revision of
Soviet policy."
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conveyed to them by the two
countries, with which Nepa'
"also maintain! friendly rela-
tions."
(In Jerusalem. Israeli ol!:
said that return plans for Pri s!
dent Shazai
have been changed, so that I i
President an .
to si
ilia, where he ni
lit:;'; i Nepal consid
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. resi '
I ; his retur
ew plai Durii
i leave his pla
ils
it the ln< a Foi
i ; send i repi
tath a ..
tic< for a \ isiting h
of state, when the President
plane landed in New Dehli. ln-
Btead of being invited to mak.i
himself comfortable in the air-
jpoit'.s lounge for VIP's, President
I Shazar had been totally ignored by
i the Indian officials when he was
' in the way to Katmandu.)
Adenauer
Vowed Aid
Continued from Page 1-A
remarks were in the nature of a
hint to the West German delega-
tion to do everything in its power
to reach a satisfactory agreement,
Dr. Adenauer, who resigned this
week as chairman of the Christian
cratic Union to become lion-
nary president, Will visit Israel
in May. lie said he was eager t.i
see how Israel had developed. Ask-
ed why he had waited SO long to
accept the invitation to visit Is-
rael, extended to him several
years ago by Mr. Ben-Gurion. he
said that he would have loved to
visit Israel before, but that he
had not had the time, and that
Lhis was the sole reason for the
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Page 10-A
*Jewi*l> FIcricifoF
Friday, April 8, 1966
18 to be Honored at Israel Bond FeteJ$!2?l
As Israel celebrates us YChai"
.ir symbolically its ysar of
life" honor will bo accorded
1 18 citizens of flu- community
hose service lo Israel in its first
ehood have merited
s dis ir them,
The) will be cjted "Life" honor
. of Israel The citations will be
i red .it tlii' Israel "Chai" an-
. rsai > dinner Sundaj. Apr. 17.
the Fontainebleau Hotel, by Is-
lissarj Shimon Yallon
Preparations !.': tin' dinne
completed bj a committee
eaded b> Rabbi Leon Kronish,
t airman of the Greater Miami Is-
I Bond o. ganization, sponsors
tin' "Chai" dinner: Mrs. Anna
i um'.hi Meyers, chairman of the
oen s Division; Samuel Fried-
load and Leonard Rosen, honorary
men; and Sidney D. Ansin,
ner chairman.
Arthur M, Schlesinger, advisor
the late President Kennedy and
dent John-son. will deliver a
major address on "The Frontiers
Freedom.''
Motion picture star Anthony
Hiinn will be a special guest at
dinner, and will be the recipi-
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Mis Leonard Rosen will be in
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Anna Brenner Meyers, who be-
comes Florida Stale chairman ol
the Women's Division.
Named to receive tribute as
"Life" honorees of Israel are:
Sidney D. Ansin First Is-
B'"Hi remple chairman of the
nation, chairman of state ol Israel
Dinner, holder ol
the State >': Israel Redemption
sward, \e_cv Trustee ol Israel
Bi-n Blum veteran leadei
former midwest chair
'.. l 1-: ..< I B indS, Sine:
ael.
Sam Blank prominent civic
er oi the "Miami
holder .'! the Mali- : l-
rael M Silver
..el
Shepard Broad a national
founder ol the Israel Bond en-
-
:. of I... community,
:, i-: .
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Jack A. Cantor former
Si ati vt Israel Bonos,
foundei oi the Golden trustees ol
Israel sl t-chaii man of
l Bonds.
Charles Charcowsky veter-
an Zionist leader, prominent phil-
anthropist, Golden Trustee ol Is
Samuel Friedland ni
the Air.eni.aii en-
lor 1-: .i. oi Hie
Miami uroup. honorary chairman
oi Greater Miami State of Israel
is, Lentuij trustee oi uu, >
Isaaore Hecht leader in
communai endeavors, hoiaer oi the
oi Israel Commeiraaiion
1 Silver trustee oi Israel
Anna Brenner Meyers lead-
er in a broad uannit of the cultural.
civic and philanthropic life of the
community, chairman of the Worn
en's Division. State of Israel Bonds.
Woman of Valor.
A. J. Molasky lifelong lead
er in behalf of the land and the
people of Israel, holder of the State
of Israel Freedom Medallion. Sil-
ver Trustee of Israel
Alexander Muss Israel Bond
leader Irom it- inception. Guardian
rrustee >>: Israel
Max Oroviti leading figure
in the cultural, civic and p]
thropic life of the i
founder of the -Miami Group."
rrustee ol Israel
Jack S. Popick nationally-
prominent leader in manv Jewish
cultural and educational institu-
tions, former chairman of Board
' Go ,i' State of Israel
Bond-. Silver Trustee ol Israel
BLUM
Jacob Rifkin leader in the
cause of an economically sound Is-
rael, holder of the State of Israel
Commendation Award. Silver Trus-
tee of Israel
Leonard Rosen immediate
past chairman. State of Israel
Bonds, holder of the Lord Balfour-
Israel Freedom Medallion. Century
Trustee ot Israel
Louis Rudnick veteran
Zionist, holder of the Israel Free
Vward, Golden Trustee ol
Israel
Harry Sirkin noted in the
us, cultural and Zinni.-t af-
fairs in tin- community, holdei of
the SI Israel Redei
Award. Trustee ii l-'.ael.
Carl Weinkle Ne ei Tills
: Israel founder and >..
er ol a broad arras of major com-
munal institutions in behalf of a
growing Miami ami Israel
War Crimes Limit
Continued from Page 1-A
lo the Commission a thorough
Study f the arrests, trials and
punishment of war criminals and
those charged with crime- against
humanity. The Commission voted
ive the drafting of the Conven
tion highest priority before it1- next
session, scheduled to be held a
year from now in Geneva The plan
call- for the Commission's pa.' nl
body, tlie Economic and Social
Council, to receive the final Con-
vention draft in 1967. in time >r
action b| tne entire United Nations
General Assembly in the fall of
1967.
The issue of banning statuee t>l
limitations reuardins war crimes
came into sharp focus here last
-Pliny, when efforts were made by
Hie West German Parliament to
allow a previous statute to come
into force on May 8. 1965. the 20th
anniverstry of Hitler's defeat by
the Allies. Throuuh such a cut-off
dale, major Nazi criminals not yet
caught or tried would have escaped
trial. The Bonn Parliament, noting
the alarm of many Jewish and
other organizations around the
world, finally compromised, and set
a new deadline, permitting trials
for major Nazi war criminals until
December 31. 1969
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tpril 8. 1966
fcjfcuisD Flcradiain
Page 11-A
u6 Discriminatory Facilities A JC
i*
bid community organiza-
|l Greater Miami area are
id by the Greater Miami
|of the American Jewish
K to refrain from holding
at social clubs which ex-
sons Irom membership on
religious grounds.
BSMulion adopted by the
executive board and
l> campaign on the part
perican Jewish Committee
an end to social club elis-
ion in every area of the
ates.
pclion followed the board's
f numerous protests from
members of several local
Heii,m organizations which
~ly schedule functions at
nary clubs.
(solution pointed out thai
fcocial clubs in the Miami
ntimic to exclude persons
Jewish faith from iheir
iip. that such arbitral-)
^i .- "unfair to members oi
ious to tin- en-
i. and thai selection
' i as the locale for
ns maj '<
^ itj oi anizations ol
ii v practices and -con
an affront to the Jewish
of such organizations."
Resolution concludes: "We
|rge i* 11 civic, business, pro-
and community organiza-
refrain from scheduling
or holding functions at
cial or recreational club
iiscriminates against any
|religion in the community.
officers of the Miami
if the American Jewish
tec are hereby authorized
beted to communicate Ihe
intent of the foregoing resolution
to the leaders of the various civic,
business, professional and com-
munity organizations in the Miami
area and to otherwise communicate
the views expressed therein to such
persons and in such manner as
they deem best."
The action of the Miami Chapter
followed on the heels of action last
summer by Morris B. Abram, na-
tional president of the American
Jewish Committee, when the
American Bar Association cancel-
led arrangements for two sessions
of its annual convention scheduled
at a local social club indicating
that this was done on the same
ground of discriminatory practices.
Recently, the American Jewish
Committee released a pamphlet,
rhe Unequal Treatment of
Is," which noted that *hile
more social and prestige clubs
ended discriminator;, polici) bar-
Jewish members during the
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60 years of this century, social
club discrimination continues to
be widely practiced in the U.S.,
and in many cases is linked with
policies that bar Jews from the
"executive suite'" of American in-
dustry.
Written by Dr. John Slawsou.
AJC's executive vice president,
and Lawrence Bloomgarden, direc-
tor of its Business and Industry
Division, the pamphlet points out
ihat ihe Committee does not chal-
lenge the "legal right" of any priv-
ate organization to limit its mem-
bership in any way ihe members
tee in. lnil il asserts, however, that
blanket restrictions against mem-
bers of a minority group, without
reference to the merits of individ-
uals, are neither wise nor lair, and
have ihe elicit of freezing ethnic
groups into a caste system.
,: ificant advances
which have been achieved in the
abandonment ol club bias have
n ihe nation's ::;; univc
the pamphlet staled. [|
ed that in I960 only two of these
had any Jews on their rolls, but
by 19G3 "13 university clubs had
dispensed with or were about to
dispense with the discriminatory
process. '
However, even in view of these
gains, the report noted that elite
clubs remain an area of American
life where social discrimination is
deeply entrenched and "has re-
tained a pronounced reluctance to
act against discriminatory prac-
tices." This is contras?ed to dis-
crimination barring Jewish stu-
dents from fraternities which "ha-s
largely passed into history," and
the "shrinking number of neigh-
borhoods that discriminate again ^
Jewish residents."
The AJC campaign is double-
pronged. Pressure is being leveli
directlj against exclusionary clubs
to change their practices; it is al>
directed against organizations th
themselves are non-discriminatoi
i but use ihe facilities ol club
are discriminatory.
The action of the Miami Chap!
follows closcl] en Ihe passage
' similar resolutions passed by AJ
chapters in Philad< Iphia and Pitt
burgh, and additional moves of ;i
same kind me expected from cha
terms in other cities
Gotham Legislative Group
Eves Extremist Acth ities
Continued from Page 1-A
tivities of Ihe John Birch Society.
Two self-proclaimed "fuehrers"
of neo Nazi groups George Lin-
coln Rockwell, of the American
Nazi Party, and Janus II Madole.
of the National Renaissance Party
- have been subpoenaed to appear
at the hearings
The committee chairmen. Sen
Irwin Brownstein ar'J As
scmblyman B. L. Podell, both
Brooklyn Democrats, are seek-
ing to determine whether the
neo-Nazi organizations should be
required to file financial reports
with the state as legitimate poli-
tical parties must do.
Since they announced Ihe in-
vestigation into the John Birch So-'
cii ly late last month, both Sen.
Brownstein and Assemblyman I'o-
dell have been deluged with hate
mail and threatening telephone
calls, many of the callers identify-
ing themselves as members of neo-;
Nazi groups.
The previous hearings have been
guarded by uniformed state police-!
men and plain-clothes detectives.
Many black shirt and brown sliivt-
eel members oi neo-Nazi groups]
were among ihe spectators, but no!
hostile incidents occurred.

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Friday. April 3. 1966
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Synopsis of the Torah Portion HOL HAMOEO
Exodus XXXIII, 12-XXXIV, 26.
PESACH

TEMpJe EMANu'eL. 1701 Wa%H
tori I vf. Conservative. RabPl u"-vino
LeS)n un. Cantor Zvi. Aoier.
s.i-.. > .i in sotn i';_ -w-'
1- -,1, f iIn- i'.' Bar >lit7.vte.
Jol n Mr* .leal ;.:.k-*n- ,
I'ellak ivm.-lu-'!nWM*meu Pa**S
over atari S n la; Momla-
I ,-. ',.i p.m #*>' .a m
Yizicoi ni. m : i.i! ki r\ i hjT 10:30 a.m.
I, ni. .1 ai.i Consr khi i
.. v \|. n ay and "ih-*h-

TEMPLE ISRAEL.-.OF GREATER Ml-
AM1 -y NF ,0th St.-Reform. Rabbi
Joieph R. Narot.
TEVPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMAR
2500 SW 60th Way. Corservative
Rabbi Irwin Cutler.

TEMPLE JUDEA. 320 Palermo Ave
Liberal-Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip
per
8:13 |i ni a mida II a.m
: and Memoi ...1 r\ li -.
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 73th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
OwltZ. Cantor Nico Feldman.
p.mi. Mon lay 8:4a ..." 8i I
i s erv In our i W> Evening
- ia) B 13 a in Sermon:
M, ml rlea riikor memorial
- i.
U
After the Golden Calf incident. Moses asain ascends the
mountain and prostrates himself in prayer before God. asking
him to "Show me. I pray Thee. Thy glory."
The Talmud interprets Moses' request as a desire to know
the principles undei which God deals with human beings.
The revelation of these attributes of love and mercy is the
source and the sublime principle of the imitation of God
God's ways are now proclaimed unto Moses on the 13 charac-
teristic qualities rf the Divine Nature. The 13 attributes give
us a definition of God in ethical terms which enshrine some of
the mosl distinctive doctrines of Juadism.
This portion is read on Passover because it conclude* with *
the Commandmenl of the Passover and the eating of unleavened
bread, as well as the redemption of the First Born.
Beth David USY
Hosts Meeting
Beth David USY Chapter* played
host to over 300 teen-agers from
Florida Region of United synago-
gue Youth, ranging south > l,a>"
tona Beach, who attended a Ruach
era). 6S9 NE i?th st. Sermon: "Ohtti
dren of Israel."
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 E.
4th Ave.. Hlaleah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
rr^f^u^.^'r",:;?'; TSi hoTto"^ 30o" teen-agers from
Sundaj ;" p.m Mon*** 8 a.m. and
,,::iii p.m. '.!. -.!.: I > m YIMcol al
hi ii.m.
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Avi
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell i.r on Mar. SI. ._,_, .neluded
aer. cantor Ben Dickson. The day-lony program 'n^IUU'a
?ry--PorX^,Uhe8^ek.ScioSfnrE .he dances and songs use, by the
(MotFHawi utda 8 P .m Mon- LSY at its functions, and IB
ia> 8:45 .,.in. and 6 p.m. TiMaday :4a nwing 0)d friendships and making
...in. STIakoi 10:30 a.m. Evening 6 p.m. newing ">
TEMPLE ZION. 8'JOO Miller Rd. Con
new ones.
Committee was headeo by Jufl
servatlve. Rabbi Alfred Waxman. ... Hallv,tpr 0f Mr. and Mrs.
Sundaj 6 p.m Mondas 8 a.m. and Schiff, flaugmer w .
p.m. fuesda) 9 a.m. flikor memorial phillip Schiff member 0! tne no
orvlca 10 a.m.__ tjona, USY board. Lunch v as pre-
riFHRETH israel. osoo n. Miam pared and served by women of
>ve. Conservative. Rabbi Henr> Reth David.
fJSISv"""'! j.-m tVrmoi "Th, Bit." Mcnwn I.c-vlr.vni'th director of
>* Saturday :< <" Byrmon: R ._ r)avicl. saidTnat "this is one
"Portion : the Week Naat days of _--, 0f regional -eetintrs
[aaaover : 'vuw atari Sunday of a series oi resiwu
,., .. H.m TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
Temporary office 1820 NE 164th St
She! I''- i Refn-m. Rabbi Dan.el M.
ich T 13 Eighth nii> 1 Cantor Chet Gale.
( i...--... FTida} s.". I' in : Washington l-.-.l- tali Porush
u m Mi n 9 a m and p.m Tui
da} aei vl .' a.m will Include rta-
k< r pra re
---- -
I YOUNG SRAFL. 0 NE 171st St
Orthodox. Rabbi Sherwin Stauber.
which have
David."
been held >'
Beth
Lowy. YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
1542-44 Washington Ave. Rabbi Naf-
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Club Plans Election /Meeting
Mbe r t Ja i bson, presideni of
Temple Judea Men's Club, announ-
ces that an election and busines*
meeting will be held or uesda*
at 8 p.m. Plans will be formed
for 1966-1967.
TEMPLE, NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Taturrt VVaterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
- ,, ; ... Mondas 8 IS a.m
. i i io p ... Tueadas 8 IS -. m rr< -
in of Sefei Torah by Mr and
Mis Mortis Mir.-izky. Tlikor aervlce
in
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TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 SW 16th St., Miami. R.ibl
Samuel April.
B>i Id -v li.'T" ]i m. Intl i -'! ."^iil1
bath of Paaeovi r s.i irda} S:41 .. n
Hollda} > rmon: "Thi V lon of ill
Valley." SlihI.ii 8:31 p.m Final da}
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Distortion of Intent During Holiday
BY RABBI SAMUEL APRIL
Temple Or Olom
There are now over 50 syna-
gogues listed in the Greater Miami
irea. There are two more illegiti-
nate ones, which
idvertise in the
laily press. Their
. el f ordained
eaders call them
messianic syna-
gogues."
I do not ques-
ion the latters'
ight to exist, the
rreedom to as-
iemble for osten-
;ibly peaceable or
prayerful reas-
ons. 1 do ask. dur-
ing this Passover
reason, when the
flight and fight
RABBI APRIL
<
Lakeside
MEMORIAL PARK
AND
for collective freedom of religion jn a free societv battijng for moral
began, it it is freedom, license or
sheer "hefkayrus" that permits an
institution purposely to delude,
deceive and destroy the name of
another faith's House of Worship?
By definition, they accept as Mes-
siah the Jew whom the Christians
worship Whether they confer div-
inity upon him, or not. is not the
issue Happily, today, many liber-
als of various Protestant denom-
inations expound a similar human-
istic view. They are not syna-
a Tallahassee charter gives any ity. Must morality and necessity
organization the right to a name clash in the sphere of religion as
that is a deliberate falsehood. The in government? Do we dare allow
credibility gap. the gray world of a purposeful perversion of seman-
truth, the" hypocritical media, grad- tics to distort our inalienable ,
ations of falsehood, secrecy and choice of freedom of religion? Is
diplomacy these are issues that this the true freedom for which
affect our government today. If the we observe this Festival of Free-
Russians tell us that "yes" is | dom?____________________________I
"nyet," no is "da," and peace __________________"
means "war," we are outraged with
righteous indignation.
Would ten Jews in Miami be
granted a state charter to call
themselves the "Monotheistic
Church" or the "Universal Church
of Salvation''" Hardly! It would be
scathingly attacked as insidious, in-
vidious and inimical to the survival
of freedom of religion in this
country.
We accept overzealous mission-
aries, paid professionals, hucksters
and profiteers as a necessary e\il
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Collegians Hold
Passover Dance
Young Israel Collegiates were to
hold a "Let My People A-Go-Go"
dance on Thursday. 8 p.m., at
Washington Federal, 1234 Wash-
ington Ave., Miami Beach
Josh Segal, president of the
Young Israel Collegiates. announ-
I i ni that a program of culture and
|| entertainment would be featured
to celebrate Passover.
Also scheduled was in audience-
participation seminar on the signi-
ficance of Passover today.
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T013-A
\achites Rally for Appeal
==
of Bay Terrace Apart-
|50 West Ave., Miami
ill hold their annual
|for the 1966 Combined
peal on Sunday, Apr. 17,
, in the Bay Terrace So
Co-chairmen for the event are
David Emmer and Edward Schuch-
man. Miami Beach civic leaders.
Their appointments were an-
nounced by Daniel Neal Heller and
Byron J. Topol, co-chairmen of
the residents and high rise division
1 of CJA.
N
at the "highly encouraging" results of the Harbour
leeting in behalf of the 1966 Combined Jewish Appeal
three co-chairmen of the Harbour House residents'
imittee (left to right), Maurice Greenberg, Martin Ber-
Robert D. Blum Jr. The High-Rise Division, headed
bn J. Topol and Daniel N. Heller, is playing a major
this year's effort to raise $1,566,666 in support of the
Jewish Appeal arid 42 other overseas, national and
jencies.
IG THE WEEK... US I SEE IT
Continued from Page 4-A
\r\ any other human being; for here, his infallibity does not
1 slaughter of European Jewry not a moral issue? This is the
[ion offered for Pius' behavior just as unrelenting indiffer-
. key to "Let My People Go." What. then, can one ask in terms
nitions and reversal of feelings and action in a world uncon
lith the Jewish fate? Here, the answer does matter. If ven-
> too crude and reserved only for the Lord, now it can be
ed in terms of the American Revolutionary experience in
"Don't Tread on Me."
B. what in the final analysis "Let My People Go" fails to do,
borate on the so-called "new" Jew's ambidextrous capability:
?ne hand, his intellectual capacity that has been classically
dim; but. on the other, his nation-building genius that sur-
insensitive world accustomed to its bigoted stereotypes.
kt. and in the case of "Let My People Go," should have in-
kis military- cunning. For the sake of his own justification in
It was mandatory. Film footage of the bombing of the King
I Jerusalem is a mere sop a terrorist's strategy denying
Jrofounder Israeli know-how today, which keeps forty-million
bay.
iis regard. "Let My People Go" does little to erase the vision
litiable Jew" despite its best intentions. The Orthodox chant
[tearful prayers at the Wailing Wall, the singing of Hatikvah,
Ing in the streets by Mea Shearim types all of this, how
Int. merely enforces the old vision. It has little to do with
Intent of the Jeremiah prophecy.
Xerox, at the end, explains that the purpose of "Let My
is to tell and retell a tale that must never be forgotten.
cplanation offered in vain. The world has already forgotten.
lust be made to accept is "Don't Tread on Me." This is a
a symbology, a psychic set the world understands.
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Principal speaker at the Bay
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With initial sifts for the Restaur-
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Announcement of the goal was
made by David Stuzin, coordinator
of the Restaurant Group, at the
committee's annual luncheon held
last week at the Greater Miami
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Rabbi I-eon Kronish, spiritual
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+Jewist ffcricfian
Friday. April 8. 1966
Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Many Rabbis Staked Their Lives on Their Beliefs
IMAGINE A home where discus-
sions were constantly taking
place, a large table is constantly
full of food, people are entering
and leaving most of the day and
the entire place is pervaded with
Yiddish-toil. Jewishnijs. at its
most wholesome.
There was such a home, and
i i i hiladelphia. and in it dwelt one of
the sweetest of men: the late Rabbi Bernard L.
Levinthal.
Rabbi Levinthal almost single-handedly Judaized
Philadelphia a few generations ago. and his perpetual
open hou.-e was the fruit of his geniality. Indeed, he
was so broadhearted that, traditionalist though he
\v;is. he successfully prevailed upon the Zionist
Organisation of America not to arraign Stephen Wise
when he had mentioned Jesus in hia pulpit.
\- for Stephen Wise, he too entertained many
people and many bold new ideas. For example, he
believed that a clergyman belongs in politics, not
as a candidate, but as a champion of liberal ideas
And he helped drive Mayor James Walker from
office when that worthy seemed corrupt.
Rubbinid.il involvement in national affairs
antedates wise, when President .lame- Buchanan
refused to intervene in the infamous Mortara Case
(in which a Jewish boy was abducted). Rabbi Sabato
Alorais stunned his congregation by refusing to in-
clude the prayer for the President, then a fixed
part of the liturgy, during the Shabbos service.
And. during the Civil War. Rabbi David Binhorn
risked a lynching in Baltimore when he excoriated
CapHol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Our China Policy
Washington
IF COMMUNIST CHINA and America
' are on a collision course for war. as !
important Congressional testimony has \
indicated, what impact will a modified
Oiina policy have on Israel?
A growing dilemma confronts i
doves" dedicated to Israel's survival.'
Peking is even more rigidly anti-Israel
than Moscow.
In the early 1950s. Israel realized that actual Chinese
power was centered in Peking and offered diplomatic
recognition to the Communist regime. Israel lelt she had
to live in the world with all peoples and thus to co-exist
ith emergent nations. Bui Peking harshly rebuffed Israel
a sti o e ol the imperialists, a neo-colonialist American
tur Peking identified with Arab hopes of over-
; as consistent with dynamic world revolu-
< ,: m intlj opposed Ihe seating of Israel at the
dung Conference ol Asian Nations. Tins took place
- me Israel supporters in the United Stal
sting that China should nol be isolated from Ihe irld
nmu itj but given the right tu representation at the
i nited Nations.
! : -is China policy proved a fiasco, The Nationalist
mei regime of chain- Kai-shek took pettj vengeai
mosa opposed Israel at the United Nations, partly in
rcvengi but mainly to curry Arab favor and follow U.S.
Suite Department pro-Arab strategies.
But Arab state-, especially Egypt and Syria, grew
to the Chinese iteds The fanatical "Palestine Lil
tion Organization" was invited to open a permanent of-
: ce in Peking. The PLO iii_.hu/cs terrorist raids against
Israel, sabotage attacks, and dreams of implementing
Peking s suggestions for a "war of national liberation"
ainst the Jews.
PLO leader Ahmed Shukairy's policies are so volatile they
trouble even the belicose Arab rulers Most Arab leaders
alize that China is fishing in troubled Near Eastern
v aters. They knew Peking is Ie8s interested in Arab as-
pirations than in creating an inflammatory diversion to
Viet Nam that would tie down US. Mediterranean forces
and NATO reserves
Egypt's Nasser, for instance, recognizes Israel's mili-
tary strength. He is dubious that Russia woidd rush to
in a Peking- fomented "liberation war'' in the Near
I"ust. This would jeopardize the precarious Soviet Ameri-
can stand-oft in the region. Neither Washington nor Mos-
cow wants it. Egypt could lose aid from both America and
j ussia and gain nothing but a beating.
Nasser also fears that Chinese influence might spread
among the emotional Arab masses. This could unseat
present Arab heads who would be overthrown by "libera-
tionist" extremists exploiting the frenzy to gain power.
When Jordan recently criticized the PLO office
established in Peking, Sbiikairy said: "It is there for the
ake of the Palestinian struggle We, the Palestinian Arab
people, have nothing to give the Chinese People's Republic,
but the Chinese People's Republic can give a great deal
to the Palestinian Arab people."
Mao Tse-tung advocates not only containment but
tinction of Israel. He told Shukairy: "When you deal
with the Israel problem, you should also look at the map.
and then you will know how to evaluate your strength It
is absurd for one hundred million Arabs who encircle
little Israel to stand by passively"
Peking reportedly pledged arms aid to Shukairy and
offered to train experts in commando and sabotage opera-
tions.
slavery. He had to flee from the city by night, at
the urging of a friend, to insure his own safety.
And rabbis have given up their lives for their
ideals. Remember Chaplain Alexander Goode who
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Guarding Purity
Of White People
10 ANN Kovacs, a Baltimore
nurse, couldn't get a Maryland
marriage license when she wanted
to wed Meki Toalepai. a Samoan,
not long ago. That prickly question
:>f "difference in race" caused the
trouble Maryland has a law pro-
hibiting miscegenation
Private Nurse Kovacs com-
mented that the situation was so ridiculous that it
wasn't funny anymore
Not funny at all. Indeed, the Baltimore marriage
license clerk acknowledged that, under the Mary-
land law. Hawaiians could not get permits to marry
white Marylanders Hawaii"' Why. that's one of our
50 states.
Maryland, while Still a colony, got so frightened
of inter-racial marriages, that she put a law on
the books in 1661 prohibiting such unions. As the
years passed and Americans pushed west, state after
state enacted similar laws. By 1932, some 30 states
forbade interracial marriages. Even now. 19 states
Still keep miscegenation statutes on their books.
And ten of those states that thus insist on censuring
Cupid are outside the South.
If one of the partners is a "Caucasian"' and
the other not. such a marriage would constitute a
felony, these anachronistic laws contend. And down
in Arizona, the spirit of turn-of-the-century racists
broods over the prohibition: for there it is stated
that the purpose of the anti-miscegenation laws is
"to preserve the purity of the white race."
Where is the Supreme Court in all of this? In
1883. that highest tribunal in the land, in Pace v.
Alabama, upheld the Alabama anti miscegenation
law. And down the years, the Supreme Court has
been inclined to avoid a direct ruling on the tech-
nical ground that the cases brought before it did
not present a federal question.
No. the situation isn't tunny anymore. And some
day soon, the Supreme Court will send the miscegena-
t on laws tumbling. The jurists will have to take the
white supremacists by the hand and read the 14th
Amendment to '.hem until the message gets through
'"All persons horn or naturalized in the United States
ami subject to the jurisdiction, thereof, are citizens
United States and of the State wherein they
reside No State shall make or enforce any law which
shall abridge the provileges or immunities of citi-
. ns oi the United States, noi shall anj state deprive
any person of life, liberty or property without due
process of law. nor denj to anj person within its
jurisdiction the equal protection of the law-. "
01 course, as soon as tins is read out loud, mem-
bers ol the John Birch Society and like-minded
Americans will insist that the 14th Amendment Itseli
is unconstitutional. It was put on the books when
the nation was punch drunk m the aftermath of the
War Between the states, they say So that Amend-
ment doesn't count
This sort ol drivel is one more reason why our
nation, founded on the bedrock ol a belief in human
dignity, needs to devise a way to curb the excesses
ol the Ku Klux Klan
went down on the "Dorchester," with three Christian
colleagues.
Data about Rabbis Levinthal, Wise, Binhorn,
Goode and 14 other deceased American rabbis is
contained in a remarkable volume written by Rabbi
Alex J. Goldman, of Philadelphia.
Entitled "Giants of Faith," the Goldman book
is one of the most exciting I have read for some
time. In masterfully-written sketches. Goldman de-
picts the highlights in the lives of some of the great
personages who have enriched our nation.
He writes about the man whose funeral at-
tracted 50,000 people, the brilliant Rabbi Aaron
Kotler. whose yeshivah in Lakewood, N. J. is devoted
only to study and to the training of yeshivah-leaders.
He writes about Solomon Goldman and Milton Stein-
berg. He giv es us fascinating particulars in the lives
of Isaac Lesser. Max Lilienthal. Bernard Felsenthal
and Saul Silber. Though the author is himself leader
of a Conservative congregation, he is most sym-
pathetic towards the Reform theologian. Dr. Kauf-
man Kohler. and the Orthodox Bernard Revel. St
Loulsans will be stirred by the account of the life of
their great rabbi. Abraham B. Halpern.
UN listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Germany's Past
United Nations
? ERMANY'S "PAST" as Gel
mans like to refer to the hor
Irors of the Nazi program for the
annihilation of European Jewry -
is on the United Nations agenda
again this year. Two items on the
lengthy roster before the United
I Nations Commission on Human
Rights, currently in session here, deal with the
German "past."
One of these items revolves around a proposal
for enactment of a United Nations Declaration and
UN Convention on the elimination of all form- ot
religious intolerance That proposal was given im-
petus by the 1959-60 plague of swastika smearings
and other anti-Semitic manifestations which spread
around the world after the synagogue at Cologne
had been desecrated in that German city just prior
to Christmas. 1959.
There is no need to repeat here the reas
why it has taken so long to develop action on a
move initiated in I960 It is enough merely to recall
that chief responsibilit) l<>r the long delaj
Soviet Union's. The I'SSR is highly sensitive to th
charge- that it discriminates against the :
religion The fact is, however, that the r< i
i- at la-t on the agenda for acti
the Human Rights ommission
The other Important issue chargeable I
many and its desire to wipe out the "pasl
ci ns vac criminals, In April. Hit;,") Gem
close lo wiping ofi its hooks a law that
8. 1965, as the deadline bevoiid wind.
war criminals need no longer I"
i tted. Woi Id wide abhorrence ai i in il
proposal changed office! Germany's mind. The
man parliament finally compromised Insl
wiping out the old 1969 cut oft date a
nany enacted a law extending the stal
li in i tat ion- lor the prosecution of war crimi
December 31, 1969. what will happen to Na
criminals who are not apprehended by the end u
1969? The presumption is that thc> could
free, as far as German) is concerned
Now that report, made by the United Nations
legal department and submitted bj Secretar;
eial Thant, is before the Commission
Off the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Loxfinger Suffers Narrow Escape
JEWS IN THE past didn't
* much for spies, secret agents
and sleuthing: although the Bible
tells us Joshua had his pies. too
Now Israel has its own FBI in the
Shin Beth, and the other day-
Inspector Garelic. a Jew. becanv
the second top cop of the New-
York police force next to the
Police Commissioner himself.
It was to be expected then. I suppose. I mean
that after the SUCess of James Bond there should
emerge Secret Agent Oy-Oy 7. Israel Bond. The
first book about Israel Bond Loxfinger was pub-
lished some months ago by Pocket Books.
The latest work by Sol Weinstein is called Matzo-
ball It centers about the employment of a huge
i.uit/.o ball as a missile. At an international Home
Exhibition in Moscow, a house is being built out
of what is presumably matzo. It is covered in an
aluminum wrapper. The matzo is so contrived that.
at the proper time, it will explode and its frogmen
scattered far and wide among the Jews ol Rus>ia
Each of the fragments will have a massage uiiin
the Jews of Russia that the Zionists are aware i
their perilous condition and working for them
The author of Matzoball raises the quest
whether the inimitable matzoball is made ol Pau
or egg matzos. But the problem remains unclanlieo.
We are also told of Israel Bond disguising nimseu
at the Matzo House as a rabbi
As I have said, the thrill is there. Col Svt'""'
the Russian secret agent who has been tipped '
about Oy-Oy-7 is a very alert fellow. You can u"
that by the brand of tobacco he smokes, whichi is
flavored with halvah, so you might say he snioK.-
and eats at the same time. He stands with his am-
matte in his hand as Israel Bond begins to tmg<
his tie. He suspects that the mezuza charm wim
Oy-Oy-7 wears on his tie is a death-dealing He is right. Oy-Oy-7 has but to press the top pan*"
the mezuza and it will release a death-dealing porx>
called of course "Molochomovis."


IIS.


fiday. April 8, 1966
*Jwi*ti fhrkUsun
Page 15-A
LEGAL NOTICE
01 NTY JUDGES COURT
1N AND I OR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70153-A
.1 i i>l
.. I >! \ Ml 'N I>
..i
NOTICh. TO CREDITORS
I. iiml Ml Pel------ II.i\
|i i Against s.i i < i
; i.\ not it it ii and required
.,,,. claims and demands
Li vi.....iaj have agnlnal the
III UN \i:n DIAMOND de-
i Mil. County, Florida,
Jurtare* "i I'..-, Cnun-
I ii], the same In duplicate and
i Seel >n I 13.16, Florida
. in i heir "Hiits in ihf i 'nun-
.... iii lade >" i > t v. Flor-
id ndar months from
i first imbrication here-
I will lit- lt.lt ill
1 .ii \liiiitii. !*I. l i I:i. llii.- Mli
L,. ,.( \l in Ii, A.D. 191 B,
vinsi.kk It PERJ1IE
Afl Administrator
i ;. i. ,,i it.n of ihis notice "ti
i, .In) of March, 1966,
I ;; I'KKl'll-:
I i for Vdmlnlstnttor
I \\ i.t .It inn- ltit.nl, i "oral tables
:: US. I 1-8-13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 70162B
ItR Ksl.ite of
l.ul is HKTZLER
..., ,i.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
It.. I I Creditors iinil All Persona Rai -
limn or Demands Against Bald
I
ire hen by notified and required
i it ,i claims :t inl demands
you may have against the
ol Lulls OETZLER .le-
nt* ol l lade t 'ount). Florida,
mi Judges of Bade Coun-
ml file ilit- same in duplicate and
il i Section 7SS.16, Florida
Statute*, in their offices In the Coun-
nusi in Dade County, Flor-
ida, within calendar months from
the mil, of the first publication here-
tin same itill be barred,
i .it Miami, Florida, iliis 18th
t Man li. A.D. l:;_
HUBERT .1. IIKTZLER
As Executor
Wli ill.....,f this noil..,.....
ila> of March, 1966.
N I si'ARI'.KR
Executor
i Blvd North
m i" i, i i..tiii,i
3 2S, I 1-8-15
r
ev-'imHiVr BY HENRY LEONARD
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO APPLY FOR
CHANGE OF NAME
CHANCERY NO. 66C 2763
in li Ma) Concern:
ebj given that the un-
I It loner, km ki.u Kl>-
HID v i> \ n hose resldi nee ad-
s VV. 11 Hi Street, Apart-
. m ami, Florida In the City
..I i i.i.Im County, Florida, In-
ii'iHls in .i|i|)|) to the Honorable MAR-
SH m.i. f WISEHARX, judge of the
1 eventh Judicial <'iniilt. In ami for
''"'.....iiiiv. it his office in the
'.mi House, at 10:80 o'clock
A M it the 20th day of April, 1M6,
nr is soon thereafter as he may be
heard, for an order I'liaiutini- his name
'"iii KMKI.IO KDWARD MKSA t,,
KMBUtI KDWARD IZOIIKRImi hv
name he shall thereafter be
.
, Bated nt Miami, Florida, tins Hal
day of March, A.D. 1966.
KMKI.IO KDWARD MKSA
, Petitioner
ll.TERS, MOORE & CO8TANZ0
Attm tit .
No* Unslee Building
Miami, Kloi'lda
____________3K, 1/1-8-15
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70171-B
IN KB: ICstnte ,,f
N \TH.\N HINSI'.ritC,
...I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
f 'it.!- and All Persons Hav-
ui I'. mands Against Said
hereby notified and v. -
' : in anj claims and t -
which .fii may have against
state i.f NATHAN GINSRITRG
tl late of l Hide County, Florida,
'" lh, County Judges of Dade Coun-
the name In their offlci -
.hi v 'ourthouse in Dade
"My. i lorlda, within six calendar
months from the date of the first
itlon hereof, or the same "ill
I'- barred
, si I >nby kkkin, Executor
' M PINKBL
Hey
i"i K Flagler street.
IS, Florida
3/1S-23. 4/1-8
LEGAL NOTICE
NOT'CE^UNOrR
FICTITIOUeFNAME LAW 1
NOTICE is HKRKHY GIVKN"ttal
" ilrlna to
ItHl' I I lie i .it Itlolls
of COMRINKD JKW1SI1 AI'I'K
1817 iukcii) ne If. ,i Miami Intends
lid ame with 1 he i 'lerk
of the i It Court of Dade Counti,
Florida.
greater MIAMI
J10WISH F'EDBRATK 'N
I I-S-I3-2S
"And simply put,
problem is
Max, the Jewish
complex!"
Copi. 1965, Daytnu Productions
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JJUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70245-B
lin RE: Estate of
CONSTANCB I.IFiH'IlM \\\
a I, ., CONSTANCE C. L1EDERMAN,
., .i CONSTANCE R. I.ii.iu.........v.
Deceits. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To VII Creditors and All Person Hav-
ing; claims ttr Demands Against Said
: Mai
Vou aie hereby notified and renulred
to present any claims and demands
"Mi you ni.ii have agalnsl the estate
..I CONSTANCE UKDBRMAN, late
of the County "1 New fork and State
of New York, Deceased, bavins pro-
pi it. in I lade County, Florida, to
the County Judg.....t Dude Countv,
p tin- same in duplicate .mil as
lii-ovldi tl in Si t it..ii ;::::. Hi, i-"|,.i ids
Statutes, In their office* In I he County
i ".mil In.ii-. in Dade County, F'lorlila,
within six calendar months from the
th......I the first i.iii.ll. ailt.ii hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this Slet
daj nt March, A 11, l6.
AI.A.N UBDBRMAN
As Anclllar) Kxecutor "f the
Batata 't i'ii.nstaxi'K i.iki>kr.m.\N
i-'iist publication .if this notice on
the S5th day "f March, 1966.
SIMON, HAYS \- GRCNDWERa
Attorney for Ancillary Executor
361 Alnslev Building
Miami. Florida 3313S
3,2.-1, 4/1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRBBY GIVEN thtit
the undersigned, deairine; to engacc In
business under the fictitious name of
KKKUANT SHOP at S6 Sf.E 1-t Ave .
Miami, Fla. Intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court hi Dade County, Florida.
K ft A BARGAIN STORE, Inc.
Sole I >\\ lit r
PHIMP .1 MM.I.ICIt.
Attorney for Applicant
i"7 Lincoln Road, Miami Bench, Pla,
3 18-25, I 1-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY IJ1VEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to rngai
business under the fictitious name of
PRIMA-DONNA-WIGS at P.O. Box
!:!. N. Miami Beau h, 1 la. 33160 In-
tends tn register said name with the
Clerk ol the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ROBERT SOREN, Sole Owner
:t 18-25, I l -8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice is hereby oiven thai
the in ii. i signed, d< siring to
ie -s under th. tiititi.ius Minn,
of I'NITKD i:i:.vi--.\i.i.s m v;:t i:a-t
-'.. Street, In the City of Hlaleal
Mom.la int. mis to register thi
limit with ih. Clerk of th.-
i 'in i ,,r i lade i -..11111.1. Florida Ihiti .1
at Miami. Florida, t li is. _: das
Ma nil I.....:.
.li IHN M. WEfSSINi iEH
!______________________ i 1-s-i.i -
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NtlTU'K IS HKRKIIY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engave
in business nnti
ii....... of PERSONAL CREDIT SER-
VII 'E, al sJ.M S.W Utll i.i.....
ami, Florida, Intends to register said
name Ith the Clerk of the I n. nit
Court ..I Dade County, Florida.
HARRY J. KKIKNli
______________________________4 l-V-l.-.-1'L'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 69956-A
' iii RE: Estate "f
NORMA /.. KENT
I '. -eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Malms or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You an- hereby notified nnd re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you ma\ have against
the estate of NORMA 7. KENT, de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to tin- County Judges of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate and
.is provided In Section 736.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In Hi.- Coun-
ts i'.Hi! ih..use iii Dade County, Flor-I
Ida, vv it Inn s \ calendar months from
the lime ..t' the iii.-1 publical i -1> hi re-
of, iir t lit same ill be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 30th
da} of March, A.D. \w\.
FRANK M KENT
As Executor
i rsi publication of this noti.....n
the :i1sl dnj of March, i:i6.
I. DAVID MEBMAN
Attorney for KxeciHor
i:o". Lincoln Road Bulldlnr,
Miami Beach, Florldu
I l-S-1.1-22
MTTflljrjON
ATTORNEYS.
ollcits yo*iegal noc6s.
W approclaffc your
patronage and |fuarant6t
accurate service at legal
rates ....
Dial FIX .I- ftftS
lor messenger serrlce
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
nVryENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
\i,o.JF0UNTV- IN CHANCERY.
MORTON lIUOWNK
Plaintiff
M ^Rl \.\\i; GORDON BROWNS
defendant
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREIIT HIVEN that
the iiinl. rsij-1,,.,1. desiring t.. emtuge
Inl.iisliiess under the fictitious name
f Till-: coop at S2S Manga Ave-
nue, i '.nal i|.ihl.s, PI, .-ill |n.. ...'^ ,..
register said name itii the clerk of
the Circuit Court in Daue i....n..
Florida.
Bl IB R. COOPER
RUTH K. COOPER
Hole i hraers
K.--I.I-. Massey .v Beckerman
Attorneys fur Applicants
165 Biltmore Way, i 'oral Gahh -
4 l-S-15-22
T. wfSP ANNULMENT 66CC-2564
'MARIANNE (itiRDON BROWNE
1218 l^Kli Plac-
Hollywood, California
IT,",'i'e v-V. A H N B 0 O R D O N
lilt -J"3 ""' hereby notified that a
Inl i '.'nnplaint for Annulment
';;; I'".! riled against you, and you
\tisu ""'''u '" swve a copy of your
i'lm'i'i "r '''n-'InR to the Bill of
"" jla i.t n the plaJnUffs Attorn-
, HAItRY STBINBERQ, 825 Arthur
ami f.'i ,"i"1' Wetnl Beach, Florida,
Kg in till6 ^,^":'"^', Answer or Plead-
Clrcui, '" """' ,n" Clerk of the
i-iv r V'",1;' "" or before the 18th
so ,, ,.; '"'",l,"1,;- lf you fall to do
.,,-,"-"""! bj default trill be taken
ymt tor ,h- relief demanded
Bill ol Complaint
,,.,'; "" "hall be published one*
in Th.- i 'r. '"'"' consecutive weeki
! ivi- ?V.sh Roridlan.
la,,;i,K,,\Xl' ORDERED
'his 10th day of M
,..,'; I;.I.KATIIKI!MAX, Clei
<--i-,i ou".J>ade County, PI
By K. M. I.Y.MAM
l': s-.-,,VN,ITiRI<;i--k
I for l'lalntlff
nt Mlnml.
arch, A.D.
erk
lorlda
3/18-25 4/1-8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70200-C
In RE: Estate of
ISils (RE COt H'KIt
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Per-ins Bar-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are inreby notified and renulred
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the
estate of ISIDORE COOPER, deceased
late of Dade County. I-'lorlilit to
ilio County .Indues of Dade Coun-
ty, and file the same in duplicate and
as provided, In S.-.-tioii 73!!. 16. F'lurida
Statnii-s. In th.Jr offices in the County
Courthousa in Dade c.iinty, i-'|..i i.i*
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will he burrvd.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this !J3rd
day of March, A.D. \'. Si II.I.Y I. WII.IiSTKIN
As Administrates1
First publication or this notice on
15th day of March, 1966.
AINSi.KK R. KKRIUi:
Attorney for Administrator
1315 B.W. I-J.iiii. i:,,a,i
Coral Cables. Florida S3134
:; :.-., I I-S-ir,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 688373-B
In RE: Estate of
ABRAHAM J QIL.DEN
I let .tl.fll.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
| To All Creditors and All Pel.....- Hav.
ing claims .,r Demands Against Bald
Kstnle:
You are hereby notified nnd required
tn present all) claims and demands
whli ii you mnj have ngainst the
estate of ABRAHAM .1 till.HEN de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
t.t ii. County Judges of Dade County,
.-nit! file the same in duplli all nml .is
provided in Seel Ion 733. t,;.
Still lies, in their offices in the Count.!
Courthouse In Dade County. I Inrida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the I'nsi publication hereof,
: or the same w 'tl hi ha rri d.
Dated ai Miami. Florida, this iMh
da) of March, A 11, i'"n
fi:a.\ci:s dll.DKN
As Executrix
First publication of this notl.....n
the -".tli day ..f Match, 1965.
PRFID AM i Ni:\\ MAN
Attorneys for K\t .utrix
BUS Bade Federal Building
Miami. Florida 331(1
3/2.".. 4 1-8-15
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS Ili-.Ui-'.i Hi -' ">
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the lu-uikiu* n..........
HERCULES-RAND CO, at 18060 N.W.
7th Avenue, Miami Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of c......-
cuit Court of Dade County, I'Torida.
sv i:i.i:>i.
3/18-25 4/1-S
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 66C72
SORM \ ALLEN.
Plaintiff
ROY JAMES ALLEN,
Defendant,
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti i I'.i iv JAMKS ALLICN
V..I ROl .1 \Mi:s ALLEN, .ire here-
by notified thai a Amended Bill of
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required it.
i copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing tn tii.- iti i ... iloinpui n. ell nit
Plaintiffs attorney, m:ai. J. DUNN,
nil Alnslej Building, Miami, Florida
ami file the original Answer or Plead-
ing n th. oi'ii. of tin- i 'lerk of the
Circuit Court on nr before the 28th
day of March 1666. If you fall to
so. judgement by default will lie taken
lagainst you for the relief demanded in
the IMH of complaint.
This notice shall it.- ptihiished once
each week for four consecutive weeki
in THE JEWISH FLORIDiAN,
I DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. I u w. FUutler Su-^-i
norida. ibis 18th da] of February Miami, Florida
A.D lSiiii.
E. 1!. I.ICATIfKItMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, l iaue County, i-mi-lda
i.e.,., lly C. P. COPlilAND
Deiuity clerk
! 35 3/4-11-18
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
NO. 66C 2842
i IR \ TEITELMAN,
Plaintiff,
JONATHAN TEITELMAN.
Defendant.
TO JONATHAN TEITELMAN
t:- Hold sue. t
Hamilton, intarlo, 'unada
Y.tii JONATHAN TEITELMAN at
li. i. i.\ notified thai ii Hill t.f Con
plaint for Divorce has i....." fib I
agalnsl you, and you are rmiulred t
servi .i cop> of your answer ing lo the Hill of i "otiiplaint on th
plaintiff's Attorney, PAUL KW1T
NET, I'.SP 120 Lincoln Road, Mlsie
Beach, Florida and file tl.....riginx.
Answer or Pleading In the office of the
i "lerk "f the circuit < 'ourt on rs fm
the 26th lit\ of April. 1966. If you fai
t.. tit, -.. judgment by default will *-
taken against you for the n lie! de-
manded in the Hill of Complaint.
Tl notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive wH -
tn tli.- JEWISH l-'l.' iRIl'l AN.
liuNi: AND fRI>ERED ai Miami
Florida, this 17th day of March, A.D
L96I
B. B. LHATHERMAN, Clerk.
Cln-ult 'tun I. I '.elf i "i.'inli l-'l..i i.i
11} L. SNEEDKN
I li put} i "I
S1I.VERSTEIX, KWITNEV
,V i Ii HI lISS
BY: l'\ll, kwnvi-v
ii .it i
3 ::., i :-v.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS lli:i:Ki:V tll\ EN lb
the underslgm d, d< siring lo i n
ess under the fictitious name "
ACE-SI'N BEAl'TY .v BARB
sri'i'l.Y .it Flamingo Shimping Pis*
Hlaleah intends lo register said nan
with Hi. Clerk uf the Circuit Ci
,.i li.nit County, Florida.
sin BEAl'TY -^
BARKER SUPPLY CO., NC.
.: IS-M i '
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name "f
AMERICAN I1KA1 "I'V ROSE WIGS at
6119 Mlseavne I loiil, va I il. Ml.mil,
Florida int.mis If i. oster said mime
with the clerk of the Circuit Oourt of
i Mile County, Florida
AMERICAN BEAl'TY WW
CORPORATH IN
By: DAVID SOLOVE, PRESIDENT
SMITH A MANDLER
By: MARRY 11. SMITH
Attorney for Owner
107 Lincoln Road, Ml!., 39, Fla.
3/18-85 4/1-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OJVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In businose under the flrtltlouB
name of Till-: SIM ORGANIZATION,
INC. at Suit.- SOI, 117". N.E. l!Jth
street, North Miami. Florida intend
to register said name with the clerk
of the Circuit court of I>ad County.
Florida.
BERNARD SCHON1NOKR
THOMAS K. IRELAND
Myers, llelman Kaplan
A Hot n.-ye for Registrants
1 160 S.W. 1st Sir. el
Miami. Kloi-I.l.i
4/1-8-11-J3
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70206-C
In RE: Ksttite of
M VRTHA Ki:i.l.Y, .mm I'm. g
known as MOTHER KELLY
I l| aseil.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credlti rs and All Pi rsans
Having Claims or Demands Against
Snld iMnt. :
Vou are her. lie notified tunl re-
tpiiieil t.t pn sent an} claims nnd de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of MARTHA KELLY,
sometimes known ,i- MOTHFJI! KEL-
LY deeeaseil Inti of I'.nle County,
Florida, to the Count} Judges of Bade
County, itn! tilt- lh,. same In dupli-
cate and as provided In Section .
Plcn ids Statutes. In i In Ir n'fli In
ih. County courthouse iii Dade Coun-
ty, I It t iila. Il hin six call II
from the tin.....i the first imblica-
tlon hereof, or the same will be
Itari'cil.
Dated ;it Miam Florida, this 25th
day of Man li. \ I 1966.
I.I "C1I.I.K WII.Si IN
As AtliMitiisira.ti ix
As i-:.\et'Utl iX
First publication of this notice on
the -Mh dai ..:' Mnsch, 1966,
Al.KRKH D. BIELEV
Attorney for Itxei-utrix
4/1-8-1,".-22
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th:
the undersigned, desiring to pngagi
bus ii.-.-n under the fictitious name i !
|t(iri;s MOLDS at 2445 N.W, 77fl
Terrace, Miami, Florida intends n
regli ter said name Ith the Cli
the I'iiinii Oourt of Dade Count
Plot Ids
ART MOLDS, INC a Fla, Corp.
B} ARTHUR E. BTFIRN
Presldi nt
NORMAN H. i'. Ail.iine> for Art Molds, Inc.,
a Florida corporation
3 18-25 l I-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NUTICK IS HEREBY (11VBN that j
the limit i signed, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious
name of CAR1.YI.K PALMS APART-
MENTS at 7640 Carlyle Avenue,
Miami Ri a. h. Florida Intend to re-
gister eaiil name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
SEYMOUR II Cl 1HEN
CECELIA COHEN
Sol,- i iwners
Hi rbi it II. lh Iken
a t tf nay for AppMi ants
768 Arthur Oedfrey Road
Miami Beach, Florida
4/1-S
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED. CHAPTER 722
ACTS OF 1S41
File No. AA 22266
NOTTCE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
.inn.is j, Brotman, holder of t'oumj
Tax Sale Certlfl.at. s niMnbered 78
and 73!>4 issued the 1st day of .luii.-
A.D. 1962, has filed same in my of-
fice, and has made application for a
tax deed to be Ismn d thereon. Said
certificates nmbnu-e the following de-
sorlbed property, In ihe county of
Dade, Slate of Florida, to wit:
Ixti it Block I, Qo tMs Bststes iee.
1, l'lat lit-* 46 Page M, In the Coun-
ty of I>ude, Stale of I- lorlda, as em-
braced in Certificate No. 7348. The
assessment of said property under the
wilil certificate Issued was In the
name of Arthurs Ygleslas Carmen.
Lot ii Block in, i;,,nMs FJstatea
Sec. l. Plat Book M Pace ^'4. in the
County of Dade. State "f l-ioridn,
as embraced in Certificate Nt. 7rt54.
The assessment of snld property un-
der the saiti certificate issued was
In the ti.uiii ..i Brta Alma Fernandei
Dal Barrio.
Inl. ss -.iiil n flcatea -it ill be re-
deemed aci'ordlnB tt. |a\i. tt.....
described hi i In > ill be sold to the
highesl blddi r al i hi
door on the first M. ruins In thi month
of May. A l' 6fi huh is m, j,,,
day Of May. A D
Dated .his 2lh daj of Man h, A i>
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 69993-A
IN RE: Estati of
\ VIP'N Al. PKRLMl'TTER,
Di ..I-..I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i'1-t ilii.tis and All Pi rsons Hai
ing Claims or DeoHinds Against Sn -
l--i.it.
^ ..a are hereby n< itlfli and i
qulreil to pi i -. nt any claims and (i.
man.is \\ hi. h i ou may nai e
tilti of AAl'.' IN Al. I'KKI.MI "I
TEH .It- .us.,1 late of Da......ount
Florida, to tin County .hi.lues of Dad
County, and file 'h' same in dupllcat
and as provided m Section 733.li
F'loriltH SlHlules, in their i."fifes i
tin- Counts Courthouse In Dade Cow
t>. Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the ttrr
publication hereof, or the same wl
li. barred.
t>ated ST Miami. Plorlds. Iliis- 1 It 1
da} m Mm h, a.i '. 1966.
LENA l, PERLMUTTXR
As Adnilnisiturix
t^>I.IiJJ\N. UOLDOTE1N .x-
PACSIBR
Attorney for Administratrix
MM W. l-Taeler Stnei.
Miami, Florida :!3I^5
3 18-25, n-'
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IK HICRF'.UY GIVEN tha
the undersigned, desiring m sngagi I
business under the fictitious name '.
NATIONAL LHJB1DATORS at R3<
Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, Florid.
Intends to register said name wltl
the Clerk of the Circuit Court 0-'
Dade County, Florida.
K. 1 D CORP.
Hv: DIAN'K BOBBINS, President
TALlANoFP fc WA1.1.KR
Attorney for K. I. !> Corp.
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beaoh, Fla.
:i 2'.. 4 1-8-15
1966,
(Seal)
By P
i: B, LBATHERMAN
i lerk i IrcuM i 'ourt,
Dade Cnunty, Florids
P Gl LDSTRAND, 1 >. c
4/1-8-15-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRBBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage ii
business under the fictitious name >
RAMSF'Y NURSING HOME at 878!
N W. 32nd Ave., Miami. Fla. Intend"
tn register -..i.i name with the Cleri
"f the en i.t Com t of i lade Count).
Florida
MARCAL NURSING HOME, Inc.
By C \KI, KAPL \N. Vice Presldi nt
Attest: M IRflARET KAPL \N. Becy,
IRVING i'VI'KN LAW OFFICES
Attorney for
Mareal Nut shit llnmo. Inc.
823 Arthui CVodfre} Road
Miami Beach, Florida
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Miami, Florida, Friday, April 8, 1966
Section B
Mrs. Rosen at Ladies' Bond Helm
Mrs. Leonard Rosen has hern
named chairman of the Women's
Division of the Greater Miami Isael
Bond Organization.
She succeeds Mrs. Anna Brenner
Meyers, who will now take on the
duties of Florida State chairman
of the Women's Division.
Mrs. Rosen is the wife of the
former chairman of the Israel Bond
Organization, and with him was the
recipient last fall of the Lord Bal-
four-Israel Freedom Award.
she is a leading member <>f Tem-
ple Menorah. where Mr. Rosen
rives as president. She is chair-
man of the hoard and immediate
past president of the Hebrew
Academy Women.
Mrs Rosen will he installed as
chairman of the Israel Bond Wom-
en's Division at the Israel "chai"
Checking over details of the "No Minimum" biuncheon and
show ot the Combined Jewish Appeal Women's Division,
iuled for Apr. 19 at the Everglades Hotel, are Mrs. How-
ialzen (left) and Mrs. Robert Traurig. They are co-chahmen
2 event which will climax the 1966 Women's Division
;;aign of the Combined Jewish Appeal. Rev. Nancy Eliza-
beth Forsbeig will be guest speaker.
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: and Mrs Isadore Shane, of
h St., were surrounded
ons and families at the
and luncheon celebrat-
50th wedding annivers-
nday at the Algiers Mo-
Born in Lithuania, Mr.
: hi In ithei came to
1907 sett 1 in in Phil
v he e he met and mar-
- wife v ho had come from
:> child Following
' .'i In 1010 tin1 couple
Bethlehem, Pa., where
re In the retail clothing
for 40 years On re-
ten years ago, they
-lit the pleasures of Miami
th ti\ im; and have been here
'nee Two sons, Norman
Marvin, both chemical digi-
t's, now live in Rosellc Park.
Another son, Dr. Ronald
is a Coral Gable-ite .
Shanes have two grandchil-
en and a third on his or her
*>} Eldest son, Leon, a CPA,
as killed in World War II.
a a
Edyth Geiger has returned from
three-week visit to Israel, where
pent some time with daugh-
'; Miriam, who is attending the
Hebrew University in .Jerusalem
Sitting in on an English lit-
tare class herself, Edyth rc-
' I- that she heard "varied Hug-
h accents, South African,
'"an, English, Canadian and
- vying with Israeli, French,
* and you name if But
1 enthusiasm of the participa-
nt the race for scats in
rowded lecture halls was
Jtuite inspiring," she adds .
Junng part of her trip, Edyth,
*no a southeast regional direc-
w\ American Friends of the He-
re* University in Jerusalem,
MRS. LEONARD ROSIN
anniversary dinner on Sunday,
Apr. 17, at the Fontaincbleau
Hotel.
The new chairman is a life mem-
ber of many organizations, includ-
ing Mizrachi, American Friends of
the Hebrew University, Technion,
Home for the Aged, and Shore Unit
of the Papanicolaou Cancer !!-
search Insitute.
Mr and Mrs Rosen moved to
Miami eight years ago from Balti-
more They have three children,
Linda, married to Larry lloyman,
and living in Baltimore; Ronald,
who will graduate thi.v year from
the Wharton School of Business
and Finance of the Universitj of
Pennsylvania: and Sandi. who for-
merly attended the Hebrew Acad-
Continued on Page 3-B
participated in the annual hoard
of governors conference, interna-
tional governing body of Hebrew
U. Other localites who .it-
tended the conclave were Mrs
Trudy Hamer schla !, a del< it
and lack S. Pop'ck, president,
Southeast region h re
Guests at Waldman's lint l for
the Passover holiday are in for
some delightful social events.
Irrepressible Kyla (Mrs, Ted)
l ndesman, prominent in com-
muniij religi ius activil es, taking
tiii' from her busv schedule to
plan a series of entertainments.
The affairs will be further en-
hanced i.'. assislance ol hei r-
in-law, Sheila iMrs, Morris) Wald-
man.
Guests at Miami Springs Villas
until mid month are Mrs. George
Gardiner and daughter, Cindy, of
Toronto. Also Cindy's school
chums, Sara Dinnick and Jenny
I.ind. The girls, all 16. spending
much (>l their time water-skiing
and playing tennis.
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gift accessories
from Israel
A group of unusual accessories, hand-made of marshmallow-
soft expanded vinyl that resists marring and scuffs. Each appliqued
with colorful Yemenite design, glinting with
gold and silver thread. White, red, black, beige, blue, turquoise.
Change purse, S3 Double glass case, S5
Book mark, 2.50 Leather jewel case, 7.50
Israeli shop, street floor DOWNTOWN MIAMI
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Essay 'First1 For Debra Cohen
Dcbra. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Cohen, 1070 NE 179th St.,
a student in the pre-confirmation
class of Beth Torah Religious
School, instructed by Alexandei
Andron. was awarded first prize
in the essay division of the annual
a art conti st of the Bureau oi
i Jewish Education at ceremonies
held at Temple Menorah.
Cebra's winning composition
was on -What Israel Means to
Me The award marks the bo nd
ssive year a student of Beth
I nah has won first prize J
Hirschberg was the winner ir. Me
art division in 1965.
Winning fifth place in th-: art
division this year was Ri( d
| Rakusin, for his construction of
an Israeli Kibbutz. Richard in
h year Hebrew class
structed by Joshua Segal,
the son of Mr. J >
0th Tcr
A i-.ceie "thank you" from Samuel Gertner, executive direc-
tor oi Mount Sinai hospital, is expredsed to the United Order
o: True Sisters for their contribution of S8G0 to the hospital's
ccr.cer and tumor theraphy progicm, presented by Mrc. Joje
Barchan, le.'t, president. United Order oi True Sister?, and;
Mrs. Ju'.icn O'lendor', president ci Greater Miami Circle.
United Order True Sisters.
ORT 'Jennie1 To Burdine President
!. chanters of Southeastern
Reeion, Women's American
M ill present a "Jennie"
to Thomas Wasmuth, prosi-
Burdine's, for the stores'
Si e Fashions."
r Mexican Playride Fashion
Shi and l.'inchcon on Thursday
Apr. 14. at the Deauville
; ill feature Molly Tumor.
Mrs Rosen Will
Ket-d Esrae! Bond
Women's Division
Continued from Page 1-B
id if now at school in Phil-
R isen is chairman of the
i (itilf American Land
is immediate pasl chair-
he Greater M ami Israel
mization. He now serves
:arj chairman.
a Brennei Meyers v ill
- ovei m In honor
- Rosen on Friday, 10:30
802 W. D
Gallon, consul
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Stati >l Israel B
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woman news editor and public
service director of Ch 10. who will
offer the narration, and commen-
tary by Betty Sherwin. fashion di-
rector oi all Burdine's stores.
Music and entertainment will be
furnished by the Giovannis.
Mrs. Margaret Newman Steam
is pro-ram chairman, and Mrs.
Philip Stark is chairman of the
day.
The "Jennie" is in honor of Mrs.
Jennie Grossinger, sponsir of the
first chapter of Women's Ameri-
can ORT in tiic Greater Miami
area.
South M'ami Chapter has sehod- *
vied its April meeting for Tues-
dav, 10 a.m.. in the home of Mrs
Michael Tooin, 941 Matanzas.
Coral Gables
\ representative ot Fashion 220
will demonstrate the art of make-
up
Mrs. Donald Carlin is president.
Albany Cub Meets Here
tarty v ill fi How tl e Wed-
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NOW PLAYING through
THURSDAY, APRIL 14
This is (he LAST WHK of the
YIDDISH VAUDEVILLE!
LWt miss our final shawl

LEON SCHACHTER
I GITEl STE'N
thank all their friends
and pafronizers and
wish them
A HEALTHY AND HAPPY
SUMMER with
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Page 7-3
\A ANY rrf our readers have seen
" the "Line for Line" copies ol
i'h Paris originals. Both JJur-
and Jordan Marsh held
I. on shows last week at which
t high-priced originals were
n along with their popular-
d copi s.
Mrs. Ernest Newfeld especially
!: : Givenchy's arched tunic,
which was seen in white over a
b k tubular skirt. It had the
martingaU belted back, a slightly
*d neckline and short
- res. Carefully placed darts in
front gave a suggestion of a waist-
line The hem ended at just the
to >f the knees.
The same tunic style was shuwn
i i re- trie color combination
which Mrs. Neufeld prefers far
le.-v being a little disappointed
in that no innovations were
apparent The showings seem too
Un lerstated for her, and she finds .
the shoes unimpressive. As a ||) DlDOmClt RlteS
fashion overview, she believes ,rT,nw %
thai the styles were geared to- Thc D,P|oma, Country Club was
- I the more mature and sophis- ,he site 0I tnc nuptials uniting
"d woman. Dawna Lee Atkins and Myron S.
Most of the fashions shown had Lubell on Saturday evening. Apr.
the more conservative and wear- 2 Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz offi-
ble hemline length. Balenciaga ciated. and the ceremony was fol-
St. Laurent were two of the 'owed by a reception at the club.
' jners who brought their
dress. The white coat was beau-
tifully cut. even though the sheer
fabric presented quite a problem
in covering the seams.
A black cocktail dress with an
almost chemise look received
groat applause. The neckline was
high in front, slashed straight
across, and then dipped low in
back in a rectangular shape. The
black chantilly lace, reminiscent
of the "petticoat-dress" days was
inserted under the hem and ex-
tended for about a three-inch
length. The back of the hemline
dipped a little lower, as did many
of the other hemlines.
Patou used silk crepe in a clas-
sic afternoon dress which fea-
tured a slight widening of the
hemline. The copy was in celan-
ese acetate. Most of the copies
retail for between S70 to S125.
QIOR showed several pieces
with a definite Mexican in-
spiration. Necklines were all but
off-the-shoulder with soft gathers
fashioning the bodice. Bands were
used to trim, at hemlines, on
sleeves, at the neckline, and to
detail the waistline at which
ever place he chose to put it __
up at the empire line, the natural
waist, or dropped low over the
hips, The bell silhouette sleeve
was stil] very much a part of his
collection.
Mrs. Herb Oppenheimer was
of the opinion the clear plas-
Stic bands inseited near the hem-
line of cocktail dresses were con-
versation pieces of the show, as
were the opaque plastic raincoats.
Black and white were the most
popular colors, and the transpar-
ent raincoat should prove to be
a popular item. Mrs Oppen-
heimer feels that while the plastic
was interesting from a fashion
viewpoint, she prefers the soft
fabric to the stiffness of the
plastic.
Shoes still came in as a point
of interest. Heels remain lower,
and toes remain rounded. Some of
the heels looked like the sturdy
walking shoe heels, and thev
Miss Bournstein
seemed a bit cumbersome for the ,
more ethereal-looking dresses
Other heels were delicately BeCOITieS Bride Of
carved, and hits and pieces of the ^
shoe leather were also carved out rreClGriC SeftTeS
to create some interesting effects ...,,,,
A reception at the Algiers |
followed thc Sunday. Apr. 3, wed*
ding there of Betty Jean Bourn-
stein and Stuart Frederic Sehres.
Rabbi Daniel Lnvvy officiated at
the early afternoon ceremonv for
The buckle influence was domin
ant marvelous for suits but
questionable when shown with
lace.
favorite
She is
colorful
QOSTUME shoes are a
w for Mrs. Kratish.
of the opinion that the
shoes that so beautifully coordi-
nate with the ensemble are the
most feminine fashion innovation
in several years. Most of them
are quite comfortable, and those
trimmed with bows are her pref-
erence over those adorned with
buckles
As a total picture there was an
aura of classic fashion which was
well received. Colors remain soft
and flattering, waists are rarely
defined, hems are wider not
quite the wide Aline but a mod-
ification necklines are not too
decollete, and many of the
dresses had sleeves. The youthful
influence was there, but done
with a sophisticated touch. The
collections seemed designed for
discriminating women of fashion
who could wear these clothes for
more than just one season.
Dawna Afkin
Now Mrs. Lubell
ited that they looked inter-
S on the runwav, but thev Z !'. we,dd,n- "<-'' ***
concerned about the length lM?SU selcc,<'d an organza gow n
of the skirt when sitting down Wlth. f03" da,ng? Iafc aPP"Slie
=>"""" pearl trim and chapel train. The
bridal bouquet was an arrange-
^RS. Sam Kratish likes the ment of white orchids and fcath
coat and dress combinations, ered carnations.
Honor attendants were Judith
Atkin and Mrs. Roberta Krasny.
with Beryl Stryker. and Mrs. And-
rea Berman serving as brides-
maids.
o: her favorites was a well-re-.
a I of a sheer silk or-
I COi of navy blue over a (
mi hing navy dress. It had the
aistline and slight con-
I ed fullness over the natural Groomsmen included Michael
I 'tline Its copy had a white Sharkey, Eugene Sharkey. Thomas
' za coat over the navy: Atkin. Marc Atkin. George Solo-
" mon, Donald Gerson and Max
--------., Krasny.
American Savings
Hails Mrs. Fisher
Mrs. Jane Fisher, wife of late
founder of Miami Beach, Carl Gra-
ham Fisher, is appearing daily at
American Savings and Loan of
Miami Beach through Apr. 11 in
conjunction with the appearance
of her article on Carl Fisher in the
April Readers Digest.
The Digest article, entitled "Mv
MRS
Werner Kahn
STUART SEHRES
which the bride chose a gown of
alencon lace styled with a chapel
train, and carried white roses.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hy
Bournstein. 19430 NE 23rd Ave.,
new Mrs. Sehres was attended by
her sister, Mariann Bournstein.
Most Unforgettable Character." re- maid of honor, Janice Pclzner and
counts the founding of Miami j Valerie Weldon.
Beach by Mr. Fisher over 50 years
ago.
Mrs. Fisher will be on hand at
American Savings daily except
Saturday and Sunday to autograph
copies of the story and discuss "the
old days" on Miami Beach.
Werner Kalin
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Mrs Lubell is now on the faculty nesday morning al the temple.
a! Miami Springs Senior High Business agenda was followed by
School. \i Passover brunch and .1 program
A Certified Public Accountant f ** music presented by Hayim
with the Miami Office of the In- Feh|0- Pianist-composer and his
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groom graduated from Miami conlmg stars.
Beach High and thc University of
M 1 a m i. His fraternity is Beta
Sigma Rho.
On their return from a trip to
Jamaica. Lubell and his bride will
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tablishment of the Dupont Plaza company in Hialeah.
Travel Service in the Dupont Plaza
Center. 300 So. Biscayne Blvd.
Way. according to an announce-
ment by B. B. Goldstein.
Thc bridegroom's brother, Buddy
Sehres. served as best man. They
are the sons of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Sehres. 7035 Rue Bordeaux. Martin
Alweiss and Ira Alweiss ushered.
A 1963 graduate of North Miami
Senior High, the bride attended
Dade Junior College and the Uni-
versity of Miami. She is a member
of Delta Lambda Phi Sorority.
Her bridegroom is a graduate of
Miami Beach Senior High and at-
tended Dade Junior College. He
is now associated with a realty
On their return from a honey-
moon trip to New York City, the
couple will live in No. Miami.
First Yizkor at Sky Lake
Sky Lake Synagogue will observe
its first Yizkor service during the
The service has been consoli-
dated with Shaw Travel Service.
Executive vice president is Carol
A. Swanfelt. Travel arrangements Tuesday morning Passover o!
may be made through American ance. Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan will
Express, Diners Club, Carte offer thc traditional men
Blanche, or Air Travel Card. prayers at 10 45 a m.
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Dr. Sachar Due at Dinner on Beach
Brandeis University President
.Abram 1. Sachar will deliver the
principal speech at the annual as-
HCiate: dinner of the Greater
Brandeis Club on Wednes-
jav, Apr. 20.
During the dinner, which will
fellow a reception at 7 pm. at the
jVesf iew Country Club, Dr. Sachar
rill inducl Paul R. Gordon, of Mi-
ach, as a fellow of the I'ni
i
President of Brandeis since the
mivi sity was founded in 1948, a
and historian. Dr. Sachar
i- ihe author of "A History of the
je.-. now in its 20th printing.
Brandeis Fellow Dr. Stanley
Freh'iiig, president of the Great-
er Miami Brandeis Club, has
Been named chairman for the
dinner, which is expected to
attract more than 500 persons.
DR. ABRAM SACHAR
Gordon had been a member of
the Brandeis President's Council
since I960. A retired New York at-
torney, he is co-chairman of schol-
ar hips for the Greater Miami
Brandeis Club.
Co-chairmen for the dinner com-
mittee are Mrs. Sidney M.
Schwartz, Miami Beach, national
vice president oi the Brandeis Uni-
versity National Women's Commit-
tee and Charles Adler, Brandeis
52, of North Miami.
Also serving as committee lead-
er- are Mrs. Hcrnice Gottlieb, pres-
ide n(. Miami Chapter, Women's
Committee; Mrs. Arthur Jurko-
witz, Brandeis '55. president. Miami
Beach Chapter: and Mrs. Norman
Wrubel, president, Broward chap-
ter Mrs. Joel Meyer is publicity
chairman.
A local unit of the Associates,
the "foiter alumni" of Brandeis,
ah
the Greater Miami Brandeis
Club inaugurated the dinner "to
aid in augmenting its member-
ship, to bolster its relationship
with current membership and
to expose potential new club
members to the university."
Co-educational Brandeis Univers-
ity lias 2.250 Students, more Ilian
300 faculty members and 18 grad
uate departments.
Viet Nam Support
Discussed Here
Daniel N'eal Heller spoke on
"American .lev. ish Support in Viet
Nam A Threat to Russian Jew-
is" al the regular meeting oi the
Brotherhood ol Temple Emanu-EI.
The meeting was held at Sirkin
Hall on Monday evening.
Leonard Zilbert and Ben I
were co-chairmen of the evening.
Harold Segal is president.
Mahi Shriners
Annual Circus
M.ilii Shriners annual circus
open in Miami's Baseball Stadiu n,
2301 N\V 10th Am Fridaj e\ iv-
ing.
A perfect view of the big thi -
ring Hamid Morton Show in its
tirety is guaranteed b caus< ol
eating arrangi menu at the
dium. Seatin; capacity i xci
10,000.
Drawing acts from Ihe
corners ol ihe world, the clrc IS
offers an imposing array of artists
assembled in a three-ring specta-
cular.
The greatest names in en-' -
dom are featured in acts u at
range from breathtaking high in-
thc-air aerialisls to the conn \
ca] r- 'i! Ihe calcimine comedi
from "clown alley.''
From ihe animal world come u
wild animal acts. These inclu i
and tigers, a- Pal Anth<
pels tlni,: iinough their pates.
lamed and trained C .i-
nors Poi ;- and 11
Bar
MikUi Shiff
likki, daughter
John Pollak
Mikki Shift
lessei Featured
n Extravaganza
Here Apr. 30
\ stage extravaganza starring
anieri comedian and story teller,
eorge Jessel, and presented in
honor ol Israel Independence Day,
which is Apr. 25, will be presented
by producer Michael A. Golan on
Saturday. Apr. 30. and Monday.
May 2, al Miami Beach Auditorium
al 8:1)0 |> in.
! has promised Golan that
he will do about 40 minutes of his
fjincii storj telling, drawing upon
his i pi rience of man) years in
how business,

Appearing with Jessel will be
the Geula Gill Trio, featuring
Geu'a Gill an Israeli beauty who
"' m many languages, and
who has made 14 LP albums
with Theodore Bikel on the Elek-
bel.
or another appear-
,w'v '"der (he (iolan banner will
1 l: '"-. young American
dian, and the orches-
of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Shiff, 4 100
San Amaro, Coral Gables, will he
obsei ved durin Saturday morning
services, Apr. 9, al Beth David
Congregation.
Mikki is an honor indent in the
seventh grade at Ponce de Leon
High, where she plays French horn
in the school band and also at the
University of Miami. She studies
voice and plays the guitar.
The celebrant has attended Beth
David Religious School for four
years and will spend this summer
at Camp Raniah on a scholarship.
I lei father is choir director at Beth
David.
Grandparents of the Bas Mitzvah,
.Mr. and .Mrs. William Shiff, Mrs.
Rose Siegel, and Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Iriedenrcieh, of Riviera Beach,
l-'ia.. will attend the ceremony and
Kiddush to be held in Spector Hall
Robert Kapner
Robert l'aul, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Kapner. will Income Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday. Apr. 9, al
pie Adath Yeshurun.
Robert is in the seventh
at In-iey Junior Hi;,;' Hi favorite
subject is mathematics, and he is
on III, ,;, ||,. i_ ||,..
holdei hi several awards in slot car
racin .
Following ihe services, Mr. and
John Pollak
John Stephen, son of Mrs. Jerri
Pollak and Mr. Paul Pollak, will he-
eonie Bar Mitzvah on Saturday,
Apr. 0, al Temple Einanu-EI.
John is in the seventh made al
Nautilus Junior High School. He
swims and skiis, and his hobby is
collecting coins and stamps, and
playing drums.
The celebrant will be honored
at a reception Saturday evening at
the Thunderbird Motel.
Sale of Judaica
Astor-Birnhaum Galleries will
sell at auction, in their gallery at
754 Broadway, New York City, on
Thursday noon, Apr. 21. an import-
ant private collection of Judaica
Silver ritual objects, pointers, spice
containers, amulets, I'iianuka anil
Sabbath lights, Esther Scrolls, Es-
rog boxes, and Hebrew texts.
The unusual items will be on
exhibition at the gallery on Mon-
day. Apr 18. from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.,
and on Tuesday, Apr. 19, from !l
a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Recitd Slated
At Univ. of Miami
'I iif University ol Miami School
nf Music will present a laculh
recital on Sunday, Apr. 24, 8:30
Mrs. Kapner will give a reception I'1" '" Beaumont Lecture Hall on
the main campus.
n j;' the shows will he directed '" their sou.- honor. Amon guests
| Marks, who plays at will be Julius Newman, maternal
tainebleau,
for the George Jessel
'' i now on sale at Miami
lltorium box office, and
btalned by mail from
atrical Enterprises, Suite
coin lid. .Miami Beach
duled at the event arc
. v Proubadors, authentic
ers direct from Israel.
^ making their first
"' '" the United states
;iandl.ithor.
Julien Balogh, oboe: Juan Mor
eadal. guitar; Analee Bacon, cello.
and Victor Stern, viola, will offei
Mozart's oboe Quartet, a Quintet
bj Giuliani, and Mozart's Kegel
Btadl Trio, They will be assisted b;
guesl artists Sonya Balogh, violin
Herman Feldman has been Michelle Levin, piano: and Bogdal
locted to the chairmanship of the Chrusecz, violin.
1'emplc Beth Am board Of trustees. Admission
Other members ol Ihe board in- gratis
aide David Light, Joshua .1. Se-
Trustees Elect
^iew Chairman
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Lab Experiments & Science Projects
Nature Study
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+Jewist flcridfian
Friday, April 8. 1966
National Posts Summer Flights
Five ah.mni 01 She Hebrew Theological Col-
lege of Skokie, 111., now serving as teachers
end spiritual leaders ;n tha Greater Miami Jew-
ish community, contributed to inspiring the
Greater Miami Committee for the college to
hold i!<= first Lcvaltv Dinner here. The black-
tie optional event Mar. 22 in the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel honored brothers Abe and David
Esenstein, of 1557 Meridian Ave. and 1211
Merdian Ave., of Miami Beach. Left to right
are Rabbi David Leh;field, Congregation Knes-
selh Israel: Rabbi Avram L. Drazin, Israelite
Center: Rabbi Naftali Porush, newly-appointed
spiritual leader of Young Israel in Miami
Beech, also a faculty member cf the B?cch
Hebrew Academy; Dr. S*mon G. Kramer, pres-
ident of the Hebrew Theoloaical College;
Rabbi Berel Wein, Beth Israel Conqregation;
and Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swirsky, Beth Jacob
Congregation.
<\* -'
Mayor Broad As 'Man of the Year1
SHEP/SRD BROAD
Bay Harbor Islands Mayor Shep-
ard Broad will be honored as his
area's "Man of the Year" at the
Surfside Bal Harbour Bay Har-
bor Islands and Sunny Isles Cham-
ber of Commerce annual dinner
Apr. 23.
A special awards committee se-
lected the long-time mayor and
founder for "contributions to the
growth of the area over the past
18 years."
Broad, now serving his 19th con-
secutive term as mayor, founded
the community in 1949. He was
also the moving spirit behind the
construction of Broad Causeway,
built through bonds and at no cost
to the taxpayers, which in 1951.
was named in his honor.
Broad is now chairman of the
board of the American Savinas and
Loan Association of Miami Beach,
a senior partner in the law firm
of Broad and Cassel, a director of
th Holophane Company, Inc.,
N.Y., and the Banks of Hollywood
and Hollywood Hills, Fla.
He is a member of the Miami-
Dade County Chamber of Com-
merce, serves on the hoard of gov-
ernors of the Miami Beach Cham-
ber of Commerce, is a trustee and
founder of Mount Sinai Hospital, a
trustee of St. Francis Hospital,
chairman of the Msgr. Barry Phase
of the Barry College development
program, a life member of Temple
Emanu-El. and statewide chairman
for banks and fiduciaries for Israel
Bonds.
Summer schedules of National
Airlines will offer Miami the most
convenient and numerous flights'
ever scheduled by the carrier, with
new non-Stop jet flights linking
| to other major National Air-
lines system cities
Miami will have 134 Jet flights
to northern cities and 91
to t!i'. west, effective Apr. 24. J.
Dan Brock, vice president of traf-
fic and salt announced.
With Washington National Air-
port opening to jet traffic, the
nation's cauital will get its first
Being 727 jet service. National
will inaugurate the speedy tri-
jet service to Washington with
four daily northbound non-stop
flfghts and three daily south-
bound non-stop flights.
Natii.....1 "ill also improve sen
ice to Baltimore with the inaugura-
tion of Boeing 727 service. Two
daily round trip flights are sched-
uled, with one southbound flight
non-stop from Baltimore.
Addition of a new non-stop flight
between Miami and l.os Angeles
and a new non-stop round-trip to
Houston each day is expected to
boost tourist travel between these
cities.
Both morning and evening "Call-
fornian" and "Floridian" flights
are scheduled non-stop between
Miami and l.os Angeles. The morn-
ing "Californian" leaves Miami at
10 a.m., arrives in l.os Angeles at
12:40 p.m. The evening "Califor-
nian" departs Miami at 5 p.m.,
, reaches Los Angeles at 7:40 p.m.
Seven flights are scheduled daily
from Miami to Los Angeles.
New non stop service between
Miami and Houston, leaving Miami
at 12 noon and arrivitu t Houston
at 1:14 p.m.. will increase sen ice
between Miami and T-' .-is.
Service to Philadelphia will be
improved with addit'onal non-
stop jet flight from Miami in the
early afternoon, giving Philadel-
phia three daily fi c,Ms from
Miami.
\n stoi -' rvi rom w
York to Miami will i '
with 13 dail> flights Miami 1
eight additional fligfa che< '.'led
on (lav s of in aviesl Ten of
the daily flights are stop.
A new noi; stop i niii t
flight from Miami ; ;ile
will leave Miami a' i a.m. and
arrive in .lacKHifTVilk 21 9:05 i.
Moted Author To
Lecture Here
Simcha Rubinstein, author, lec-
turer, and editor, will address the
Hebraic ^roiips of (.: Her Miami
on Saturday. 8:15 p.m., jt the Bi^gk-,
eau of Jewish Education. 940 Lin-
coln Rd. Meeting is sponsored by
the Bureau, the Moad and the
Hebrew Educators Alliance.
Rubinstein's subject will be "Im-
pressions of a Journej Behind the
Iron Curtain." Dr. Nathaniel
Soroff, Bureau consultant, will act
as chairman of the evening.
Formerly with the "ewish Edu-
cation Committee or New York,
and now retired. Rubinstein is the
editor of pedagogical magazines,
juvenile magazines, ind many
pamphlets. His texts lv.clude "Ivrtt
LaMathilim," "Mikraj and the
atest. "Ivrit La-Am."
TO ALL
.GREETINGS
MADER & COMPANY
Steamship Agency
P. & O. DOCKS PIER 1
DIAL 379-3401
Wynne Hcc?ds New
Chamber Slate
Insurance executive, Winston
W W; nm >e :i named presi-
!' ct of I I ii Dade Coun-
lamber ol Commerce.
president of
.) 1 uckett Yawn.
er of The
Ni ws ith .' elected were
E, Ai I nana sing
tor of Oil I .- Associati in,
' '. F Coury,
Mi tal Screen Corp.,
secretary; and L Mien Morris,
pr- All ris Company,
there Is
ONLY;
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ever 5,000 hostesses, has more
than thirty years experience In
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ril8. 1966
^Jenteli IFhrSdHiann
Page 11-3
cie Liberman, Former
\ch Mayor,, Dead at 70
Liberman, former mayor
Beach, died here' Monday
[le age of 70.
sine to Mr. Liberman in
ai Hospital, to whJch he
ed upward of $100,000
[his many gifts through-
philanthropic career,
limbed to a chronic bron-
fnt.
during World War II,
rman first took a seat
mi teach City Council.
s vice president of
National Bank, which
to his father, Phillip
\, he was called to the
r appointment follow-
Jip of a coin by bicker-
lilmen.
Iiat. he was reelected
again, serving in 1947
which he hintself dtib-
pinochle of success." Mr.
[was known for his many
Bins, a reputation he ad-
dcliberate and happy
| defeated in 1963 ancTre-
jn politics, in a little I
Iwon't matter anymore,"
kically predicted,
lion to his former posts
resident and director of
pntile National Bank for
lie was a founder and
Mt. Sinai Hospital. He
lated with Beth Jacob,
Mom. Temple Kmanu-El
pel) re w Academy.
ber of the board of gov-
f the Greater Miami
Federation, he was a life
[of the Zionist Organiza-
nerica, life member of
Jety Club, Jewish Home
Aged, Elks and B'nai
Collegians Hold
Passover Dance
Young Israel Collegiates were to
hold a -Let My People A-Go-Go"
dance on Thursday, 8 p.m., at
V ashington Federal. 1234 Wash-
ington Avc.. Miami Beach.
Josh Segal, president of the
Young Israel Collegiates. announ-
ced that a program of culture and
entertainment would be featured
to celebrate Passover.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XI iTlCE IS HEREBY UrVEN Ihi '
wdi rstgned, d< siring to ei
in business under the fictitious name
..I Mlv.Ml SHORES I'lli IFESSH i.NAl.
i:i I I i|\i : at 9301 N.E. ili Ave.,
Miami Shores IntendH to ri
...i,i name with the Clerk of the ('li
-nil Court of I;ui>- Pounty, Florida.
WILLIAM RAFKIND
Sale Owner
CUTLER A.- BFRONUON
Attornes s for Applicant
812 Alnsle) Bldff., .Miami
I 8-1S-22-2!!
MARCH intRMAN

red as treasurer of Beth
^d vice president of the,
U'ademy.
helor. he lived at 1650
re. His only survivor is j
Mrs. Bertha Miller of New i
lal services were at Beth '
|Thursday morning, which j
helped build. Burial was
| Island, N.Y., with local
?nts by Riverside Me-
iapel, Alton Rd.
of irto Euclid Ave.,
|. :n Riverside.
1 Esther, 6S, ,.f 75M Hlnpan-
. i il Mm-. 30. Services in
|1- Riverside.
Mn. h. -il. of MM Rue Ven-
paberg chap. I.
nis B ::. of II......olllns
in i'hi. lit:... Blasherg.
James, sj, ,,, ;.-,.-,,; Mutiny
fl Mar. 30, Riverside.
' iln VV 7::. of R10I M.-
dled .Mar. 30. Riverside.
>f Judaica
in Gotham
rnbaum Galleries will
ption, in their gallery at
?ay, New York City, on
[noon, Apr. 21, an im-
pale collection of Ju-
' ritual objects, pointers,
ainers, amulets, hanuka
fh lights, Esther scrolls,
m, and Hebrew texts,
puai items will be on ex-
i the gallery on Monday,
om 9 a.m. to 8 pin, and
y, Apr. 19, from 9 a.m.
Mr. Liberman
Will Be Missed
One of the best known and
liked individuals on Miami
Beach, Marcie Liberman,
passed away Monday.
Mr. Liberman endeared
himself to the hearts of the
community through his con-
tributions to political, civic,
and philanthropic endeavor
here.
Gifted with color both in
his personality and expres-
sion, the former Miami Beach
mayor had a wealth of
friends and served his city
as a member of the Beach
l ity Council for 20 years.
His was a way of simplicity
and directness. Both the com-
munity and all those who
admired him will miss Mr.
Liberman.
;
(EDITOR'S NOTE: This tes-
timonial to Marcie Liberman,
which would normally be
published on our Editorial
Page, does not appear there
this week. Because of the
Passover holidays, Sec. A of
The Jewish Floridian went
to press earlier than regular-
ly scheduled.)
Election Meet For
Optometric Assn.
New officers will be elected at
! the next meeting of the Dade
County Optometric Association on
Monday, 8 p.m., at the Columbus
Hotel.
President Dr. Macy Sezzin is
scheduled to appoint committees
to plan the state convention of the
Florida Optometric Association to
be held on Miami Beach June 8
to 11.
Also on the agenda will be a re-
iport by Dr. Steve Morris, conven
jtion chairman for the local asso-
ciation.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70387-C
lii RE: Estate of
JACK KLEIN
I'.-. aped.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
1 T ing Claims or Demands Against said
K.-tai, :
1'ou are herebj notified ami required
to present any claims and demand*
will, h you may have agalnal the ea-
; tat.. .,r JACK Kl.KlN deceaaed late !
Dade County, Florida, to I he County
Judges ..i Dude County, and file the
Mime in duplicate ami as |irovlded in
Section 783.16, Florida Statutes, In
Lhelr offices In the Count) Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within ~i\
calendar months from the time of thi
inn iiublication hereof, or the m.....
will he barred.
Hated at Miami. Florida, thta nil
.lav .if April, A.I >. 11186
tJCSSIE KLEIN
As Administratrix
First publication ..f thin notli.....n
the --ill da} of Apr I. I!i6t.
SIMON, HAY.S A- IJRINDW Kin:
Attorney for Estate
:;nl Alnsley Bids., Miami. I'l.i. 33132
. S-15-22-29
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66c 1808
HI.A IIYS ANN Cl IX
Plaintiff,
vs.
in pi:i:v > rEELES o x
i Defendant.
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: rJOllHY 8TEEI.ES CoX
Frostproof, Florida
V..li. KOHIJi STKEI.ES COX, are
hi : h) nol Ifled i lial .. i UN in Coin-
i I i.....iv hat i n riled
a- n-i you......I > >i are n iiuln d to
sen a cops .a you I Answer or I'lend-
; li>8 t" the Hill ol Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney, Ai.YlX liooo-
MAN, 346 Keybold rtulldiiiK, Miami,
r Ida and fUe i li, m IkIii.iI Answer or
I"......Inn n the office of the clerk of
thi i ir.nii Court ..... ... foi < tin
16 ii daj el Maj, 11)66, n j ou fall to
so, judarmi in i.v default ill be
taken against ,v...i for tin relief nuuided in the Bill ..r Complaint.
This noil.-., .shall i.e published once
each week for four i.....secuiivi tvoek
in THE JEWISH I"i.iii;ii>ia.\.
IKJNE AND OKI n-.lti;i .il .Miami.
Florida, thia .".th dai ,.i April, a.i>.
1866,
E. B. LBATIIERMAX, Clerk,
OJrouit Court, Dade County, Florida
..-hi; lij -MAK.il KKITK KENT
Di-puty Clerk
SHEVIX, UOOUMAN & HOLTZ.MAN
liy AL.V1.N tn ioii.ma.N
JI6 s. ji,..i.i UulidltiK, Mianii. Florida
i. s-i3-;'i'-i9
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP* THE
ELEVfNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORlOA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY." IN CHAfNCERY i
NO. C 3477
MARIA Hol.OKKS CAltXUJWlO,
I'lBllltlff,
vs.
ItAFAEI. UABALDON DE I.A RICA,
I >< f.-mlant
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
(SUIT FOR DIVORCE)
RAFAEL <;..\i:.\l.l>ox DE I.1-: RICA,
I.'. Fidence 1'iikmmu
VOC ARE HI-JREHY Ni riTFI I :i i
that a Complaint for Divorce has been
file.I imalnsl you and yi,u ire hereby
required to nerve a cop} <.r your An-
swer to the i omiilalnl on pialnilfi"-
Attorney, Hernard Jacobaon, nil h
Floor, Dade Federal BulldlnK, Miami
Florida 3:il3l an I file the orhrlnnl
Answer In the Office of the Cleirk of]
the I'ii.nii Court mi or Before the Bth
day of May, IH66 otherwise the allega-
tions nf the said Coinplninl will l
iii;. a as confessed against you.
Dated mis lsi flay of April, (966,
K. B. i.i: \ihi:kman
Clerk nf the i irenit I'.nnt
By '. P. l-OI'KI.A.ND
l>. pniy Clerk
BKRX Win JACOBSON
Attorney i. r Plaintiff
""b F.....r Dade Perteral UMir.
Miami. Hlorlda, 33131
III 7-2881
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTICIOUS NAME LAW
x.itii k is iii iuBv .;n i-:.\
i In iiinl. i hIuiii cl, rt siring to ":
in l.nsiiiexM an i. r llw ItctUJouH mi
i TE< il INI 'I STRII .! nt ":.l" X.\
-'_'ml Avenue, Miami, lid, Intends
register said name with tin* Clerk
the I llelllt Court I '.nl. i toumv. I '
III IBEIIT CASTi -HO
_______
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS III-.KK1IV (IJVliN 'I
the undersigned, datlring t" eng
in business ii rid. i the fletitloui n
..f IMiK'lHinN LEAD PRoD. Ml-'
i Ki-iiAi JtNCE -rii:i:i. WEinir
HI 1 1 v,i m; |31 (*t,j No. Miami. I-1
IllTends to i.aller said name wi l
rin- r*lrk of Oie llicuit Court
rifide County, Florldn.
BERNIE NBWAfflN, Sot*Own. i
AINSLBE R. FHRDII-:
Attorney for anplleant
Suite _"'-'. 2313 H.W. la-leun* Rd.
Coral lables, Florida
i 1-8-13- :
I S-1B.22-J8
LEGAL NOTICE
Head
*e Group
)RK Label A. Katz,
rleans, former interaa-
(dent of B'nai B'rith, has
ndation for Jewish Cul-
ls announced this week.
(ion came at the annual
ere this week of the
cers of the Foundation
Freeman, of Indiana-
rcan of the board;
pinton, of San Francisco,
Stuart E. Rosenberg,
vice president; and
Frost, of New York,
I Harry I. Barron will
peretary.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKRKUY r.lvi'.X that
rh.- mun>rslwd. rteslrini: to engage
In business under the fictitious name
nf JOSKIE'8 FASHIONS t>V I !.:
IDA at 'N.E. ITth St., Miami
Intend to register said name with lh<
Clerk ,if th Cireult Oourt '( 1 "nde
i .. mts, l'"1, rlda.
JOSEF1NA RODRK5LTSZ
VIRNIA A VI I.A
I B-1S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CTRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND POR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCE/tY
No. 66C 3636
KISSF.1,1. K JONEB,
I'huiitlfr.
MIN.Nll.or JONES,
I iefendanl
ORDER TO APPEAR
rou, uiNtmjov jonbb, 126 d.-
ECalb Htreot, Portsmouth, Virginia, ai.
required t. serve r copy >.f your an-
swer to Complnint f.r Dlvoroe on
plalntrrf's Attorney, CLAUDE H
R\RNES, 201 Calumel Bldg., Miami,
l-la ,unl file tli.- original in Hie office
,.i the clerk of this Court on or before
the inih day of May, ISM, or a Decree
Pro Cbnfeaao will be entered against
' 'piued this il April. 1966.
];. 1!. LBATHBRMAN, Clerk
Circuit iirt
(seal) By C. P. OOPHUAND
Deputy Clerk
4/8-15-22-29
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 65983-A
In RE: Estate ol
LAURA .V l-T.IKHTKIX
Deceased.
notice of intention to
make application for
distribution and final
discharge
NOTICE Is herebj given thai the
undersigned has tiled bu final Reiioit
land Petition for Distribution and DIs-
| charge, ... Admlnlstiator C. T. A. .a"
lh< l.slale ,.| I..M UA X. Fr.lll.-ri:iX.
Deceased, and tliai on tbo I < li da]
of Alav, 1966, will a|l|ll> I.. one of the
I I. .1I..I. ilu.. I '..an. ., .1,1... ..I I i.i.i,
i ...iiiiv. )'!. rnia lor unproval of said
Final Report and for distribution and
final discharge as Administrator
.' T A. of the Estate of the above-
named decedt in.
. \ ii.i i : ins i,in day of April, 1866
CITS N VTIONAX HANK OF MIAMI
Adminisi i .i 11"i- i'. I' A.
Rj ROY A. PERRY
l> i ni-, \ I, ,. President nnd
i rdst i ifflcer
DAVID r. CATSMAN, Attorney
III East Flaglei bi., Miami, Florida
FR :.-:iM! I 8-16-22-26
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 3472
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
OARY i: MliLUNS,
Claim iff,
sl'sw I.. Mci.i.ix.-:,
I lef.-ll.lalll.
I'i i SI .-A.\ B, Ml I.I.IXS
17th Rtreot. Columhua, Indiana
v., SUSAN i: .MII.I.IXS. ar.
hereby notified Dial a bill .! Com-
plalnt for IMvdrCe has been Hied
: you, and you ;ire required to
, r'.pv of ei-nr Answer or Plead-
ing n> Hie Kill of Complaint on the
I'..i mill an..n.-v. PAUL KAV1 INI.V.
i:sJ. 420 I.in."In Road, Miami Keneli,
Florida and file the OrfgfiikJ rthsVer
- Pleading in the office .a the Clerk
nl the Circuit Court on it before the
llth nl .May, l!"ili. Il you fail to HO SO,
indcTn.nl by IMfatllt vvlll be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Kill of i v.mplaint.
This nolle,, shall he published oner-
eiirh w.-ek fdr fotir consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI/iltlolAN.
DONE AND ORDERED ai Miami.
Florida, ihis 1st day of April, V D.
1966,
B ii LBATHBRMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
(seal) Uy I,. 8NEE1 "EN
Deputy cierk
PAUL KWITNEY, ESQ.
siiverstein, Kwitney & Ooudlaa
420 Lincoln Rd.. Miami Reach, Florida
Attorney lor the Plaintiff
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS rfEREltf OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to eng
business under the fictitious name, of
STARR FLORIDA 1 ilsTKIUll'. .Its
ai :!', N.E. 17th Street, Miami.
intends io register .-aid nnme with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dm
County, Florida.
Mm-; II STAR
SMITH ,< MANDLEH
li.' : HARRY I'.. SMITH
\ i torney for i Iwner
l"7 l.inioln Koa.l
Mi.in i: in ii ;I9, Florida
.:. i 1-8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL RT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 69836-A
IN HE: Estate of
KEI'LAH JENKINS KAVANACOIl
Dcceiis, d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All "red tors and All Pi rsous ll..v -
iin.- claims or Demands Against Said
Eetnt, :
Yon are hereby notified and r.--
qnli'iHl to present any claims and de-
mands which von maj have aaglnsl
i......state of IIEl'LAH JENKINS
KAVANAUGH deceased late of Dade
County, Florida, to the Count] Judges
..r Dade County, and file the same In
duplicate and as provided In Section
738.16, Florida s,a lines, in ih,,, ,.,.
flees in the County Courthouse in
I'a.io County, Florida, within six cal-
endar in..nth- from the time of the
iii-.-i publication hereof, or thi same
will be barred.
Dated at .Miami. Florida, this 16th
da) of March, \.l >. 1946
' RICHARD ARTHUR KAVANAUGH
.\s Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the ITth day nf March, 1964.
AMP IN M K VNNER
Attorney for Administrator
Suite 904, S3 W. Fliigl. r St.
i !<-::>. i/i-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIEREHY (JIVEN that
the .....; rslgned, desiring '. pngs
busines under th,- fictitious name m"
MADUE SALES nl 17310 N.W. St
Court, 111 the "itj of Miami. Florida,
Intend*, to i ecrlsl cr th< with
j the ("let!; nf the I 'li cult I '.an i ol I lg.de
; Counts Floi Ida,
Dated at Miami. Rlorldaa this lal
d.iv of A| ill. I.....
M MMnl.'i: ( WAGE
SMI, T. VON SSAMFT
\tt... n. v for Appllcanl
1612 ai.ii..1 I-.,ni, lihlg Miami
I H-l'i-JJ-29
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
NO. 66C 2673
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ADNBY II CINDER,
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Fi.' .iii-:.\i 'i: mary I'lNi ii'Tt.
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TO: fi.ohen'.-i: mviiv PlNTJftR
. o Miss I....i.i Vethel
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f.p-iiiii. i.i. RaMmss
Von. FLORENCE MARY PTNDBR
are herebj notifle<1 that n I
.in! for DIVoree has heel
against you, and von are required to
- rve a e,.p\ of your Knsvvei n.a.i-
i" the BUI of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney, ALVIN GOOD-
MAN i>l-' SHEVIN, GOoDMAN A-
HOLTZMAN, 316 Keybold Rulldlng,
Mia i Florida and file the original
Answer or I'leadlng In the office of
the Clerk of the Cir.-nil Cent on or
before the 20th ilny ..f April. I9.;
If yon fail to do so, Judgmi nt by de-
fault will n,. taken against you tot
ihe relief dgmandetl in the inn t,f
Comrilamt
This notice shall be published one,
each vv.i'k for four *
In the JEWISH FU .HiniA \
DONE AND ORDRRRD at Mlnml
I loi iila, this mn clay oi March A D
I'....:
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Circuit '..nit, l lade < 'ountv. Plot da
(seal) Bj C. P. Cl i|'KI.,\.\U
11. put) Clerk
AI.VIX GOODMAN
SHEVIN, GOODMAN
> HOLTZMAN
34i Seybold Huilding
Miami. Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
3/18-2,1. 1/1-8
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 69968-B
111 Kl": Estal.....'
SAMUEL \v. E1SS
[ i. i-eris-,.,1.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Ha.
i Claims oi I', a. inils Against S I
Bstate:
i.m are hereby naii'i.d anil requli
lo l res' nl aiiv .l.iims ami ill man. "
which you may have against Ihe eel
of KAMI DSL IVEIKS. deoesR>d late
Had.- County, Florldji, Co Uli Coun-
Judges oi I'ail. County, and fill tl
same in llnpli'-ali- ami gs itrovid.-il
s.-.-tion 7S:i.li;, I li.-l.ta Statin.
Ill, ir offiees : I III- Ci-llliy Qmirl In
ill l>a.l- Cininiv. Flgsjfcfltg, within
calemlnr m.-iuhs '""fl tfiv tltne ol
first imbllcaiioti hereto^ or tho sat
will be Liu r. d.
Dated nl .Miami, Florldn, Ihis li-'.
d.. | ,f March, A D. I>6
SlIi.NKY BPRoNSON
As AdmlntSt in tor
First publication of ibis
Oie -il' 'lav of April, MiKti.
I El! .v Kl KllXSl i.N
Attm in v for list at- oI Samuel M i-..
,1, .-, ,i
612 Alnstej Bldg Miami
I ^-l""L'.' .
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70353-B
In RE Estate .a
RAE I AW1.ESS,
I.....
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To HI Credit in mil All IVi n>n ll.i
' li Claims .a I.....ami. Against Sii
Estate:
fi. d and r.-i
to i i si n: iiiiv lalms and di
w lili'h > -n I .., I p., \. against tin
nl RAE LAW LESS, di ised lati
Dade Co nty, Florldn, lo the I
i ndgi .a I tad, 'mints. and il. tl
In duplicate ami as pnei Idi d
. I IH PI id., sun s.
tii -s in the i "mini y 'mirthou
In D.......onniv, pioridu. within -
calendar months from the time of tl i
fli -i n iblleation hei eof, or tin sun
will i..- barred,
Dated at Miami. Florida, this :!" .
.lav oi March, A I >. HMD
ORAC1A LAWLESS cvKl.si.X
As A'lmiiiistra |i i.\
First publication of this nol
the Mli da.v of Ajirll.
'.'I.'' lIHiE B. BARKET and
!> MtltV WILLIS
Attorneys for Administratrix
:'" W'. Flagler St.. No. J06
Miami, Florida 33130
_____________ i S-15-22-;i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70326- B
in RE: Bstate of
MATILDA KERN,
I.....as-il.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Ho
in^ claims or Demands Against Sii
You are herebs notified and requlri
to i'p Renl anv elalmi and di i
which v-ii in..v h.tv- agiiinsi :'- i tal
r MATILDA K ERN, decei ed
Dade Counts', Florida, to Ihe Count
Judges of I ..oi- 'mints. and file tl'
satin in duplicate and as provided .
Section 733 III, I i rlda Statuti -.
their offices in the Counts Courlhoui
in Dade County, Florida, within si
calendar months from the time ol I
dill ation hrr-ol. or till
vvlll be barred.
I > i. .I in Miami. Florida, this lot
day of March, a I >. I!
M\X i KERN
Vs As Bxceutor
|ini of iiii- nol i
the "''' ilas "i A1.id.
TALIA HI IFF ,v WA IJ.ER
n, v for i :\, ,'ntor
n Road
Miami Beach, FloWtla
I 6-13 .
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDCIAL CIRCUIT O-
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
NO. 66C 3471
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ALFRED HENRY HAWKINS,
Plaintiff
i'NTKI.'l \ fl.WVKIXs.
1 i-i-nlant
I'll I'A I KP'IA-HAWKINS
You, PATRICIA HAW KINS. ., i .
herebs notified thai a Kill of Com
plaint fl r 1 'iv on i- has Keen : .].
agn Insi you, and you iu i n quln d i
si : v a cops Of your Alisw. i o
Pleading to the' H'li of Complaint o
tho I'l.niitii.'s iiii-nn v. MANUB1.
/..mac, i,:7 s.\\ 27th Avenue, Miami
Florida, 331116 and rile the origlmi
Am vv. r 1'1-,'Hl'n;; :,, Ri, ,,.....
h- lerk ol thi ClrcuR Court on o
b< fore the nth day r May, 1966. I !
you fall to do so, jmi-.m. m by default
will tie taken ggalnsi you for th,
Oemarfded In th, Bill of Cmplaint.
i in.- notice shall i~- published onci
''" .-,},'.' k ''"' '"' :' "nsecutlve Week,
", '!';:. '' ;"ls" FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED ai .Miami.
I'loinla, this 1st day of \pril A |. [M
B. H. LBATHBRMAN, Clerk,
in-uit court, l'ad. County, Florida,
(Circuit Court Si
By: K \i. i.v max
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Attoiniy tor plaintiff
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