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

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

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"eJewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and TNf JEWISH WEEKLY
'oIurne 40 Number 14
Miami. Florida, Friday, April 14, 1967
Three Sections Price 20c
Symington
Notes UAR
Air Power
W VSHINGTON (JTA) Egypt
. hieved "major qualitative im-
.ements" in her armed forces,
ially the Egyptian Air Force,
Stuart SyminKton. Missouri
ill revealed this week in a
ri to the Senate Committees on
ed Services and Foreign Rela-
- Ilii' report wai baaed on the
i > recent visit to Egypt on
his return from Viet Nam He
v -it.i: [arael during the same trip
Sen Symington, who formerly
it as I'.S Secretary of tlie Air
noted extensive Soviet as-
mstance to the Nassar regime. He
id that "the most important
military improvements made by the
K yptian military have been noted
m their air force, one of the best
equipped in the world today. '
He mad* known that "recent-
ly the Soviets delivered SU 7
fighter ground-support aircraft''
to Egypt. The Senator stressed
that "this is the first time this
aircraft has boon delivered out-
side the Iron Curtain. Their air
force now has MIG-21C day fight-
ers and MIG-21D all-weather
f.ghtera."
The Senator said Egypt now had
Syria Border Flares
After Big Air Battle
SIN. SYMINGTON
expansive Soviet aid
RELIGIOUS ASSIST
Javits Urges
Easing Ban
For Schools
ALBANY (JTA) Sen. Jacob
K Javits. New York Republican.
called on the New York State Con-
stitutional Convention this week
to ease the state's restriction on
public funds for religious and
other non-public schools. The con-
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israeli
farmers carried on their cultiva-
tion work Monday in fields near
the settlement of Tel Katzir, which
had come under heavy Syrian fire
during last Friday's long battle
that followed Syrian efforts to pre-
vent cultivation in a number of
Israeli border areas.
(The calm was promptly broken
again Tuesday when an Israeli
tractor was fired upon hy Syrians.
The tractor promptly left the re-
JANUARY CLASH ESCALATED
Israel Knocks 6 MIG's
Out of Sky in Dogfight
TEL AVIV (JTA> Six Sov-
iet-made Syrian MIG-21s were shot
down by Israeli MIGs in a sudden
gion, returned an hour later, and ,andand.air baUle this week touch
again drew Syrian gunfire.)
Work was under way in two
separate fields used for a long
time by settlers of Tel Katzir,
and there was no interruption by
the Syrians, many of whose fron-
tier posts had been knocked out
by the defense actions of the Is-
raeli air force. Work was also
under way to repair the heavy
damages estimated at millions
of pounds caused by Syrian
artillery in a number of Israel's
border settlements along the Syr-
ian frontier. Teams of electri-
Continued on Page 8-A
ed off by new Syrian efforts to pre-
vent Israeli tractors from cultiva
tion in a demilitarized zone on the
border.
Israeli officials said that one
Syrian tank was destroyed and
three Syrian artillery batteries air
bombed. Two Israeli tractors were
damaged in the heavy shooting
and several houses were hit. It
was such escalating border clashes
! last January which led United Na-
tions Secretary-General U Thant
to arrange a convening of an ex-
traordinary- session of the Israeli-
Syrian Mixed Armistice Commis-
| sion to dampen border fighting.
.eloped an overall capability of vention. the first in 29 years, has
i...ih an offensive and defensive all- the task of rewriting the state's
constitution.
Sen. Javits cited Article XL Sec
3 of the present
weather fighter force The air
has improved its jet bomber
roe by introducing the TU-16 B.
ibserved carrying the "Kennel"
Soviet) air-to-ground missile. In
i Idition to the numerous other
fighter, helicopter and cargo air-
< ..it Egypt has established opera
constitution (
known as the Blaine Amendment,
which bans the use of public
money "directly or indirectly" to
such schools. He contrasted the
state position with the wording of
AJCong. Chief Says
We Must Quit Viet
tional surface-to-air missile sites the First Amendment to the fed-
foi the protection of Cairo. Alex- eral constitution which bans any
andria, the Suez Canal and the As- ]u "respecting an establishment
wan Dam. of religion or prohibiting the free
exercise thereof."
The Senator said that he con-
sidered the separation of churchs
and state "as a vital first prin-
Sen Symington also said that
l ypt'l regular military establish-
ment has more than doubled in size
in the last 10 years." He was im-
Contlnued on Page 13-A
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
importance of Jewish involvement
in the struggle to end the Viet
Nam war was stressed this week
by Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld. pres-
ident of the American Jewish Con-
gress, in an address before his or-
ganization's national women's di-
vision convention.
Book of Leviticus." An appeal
for peace in Viet Nam also
highlighted a convention address
by Sen. Ernest Gruening, Alaska
Democrat. Mrs. Charles L. Sni-
tow, of Scarsdale, N. Y was
elected to another two-year
term as president of the group
The exchange began when Sy
rians started shooting at an Is
raeli tractor working on a fiela
which has been regularly cult
vated by members of the nearby
Haon Kibbuti In was the thire
such incident in a week. After
desultory firip.q for a few min
utes, the Syrians attacked with
heavy automatic fire from sev
eral positions against an armor
ed tractor sent into the field.
After Israelis returned the fire,
the Syrians put tank guns int >
operations, with Israeli replying n
kind. The Syrians also fired t
number of mortar shells into the
fray. The United Nations asked foi-
a cease-fire. The Syrians accepted
on condition that Israel remove it.*
tractor from the field, a conditio-i
Israel rejected The shooting con
tinued.
After several hours of grouni
fighting, the Israel Air Force was
sent into action. Israeli planes de
stroyed three Syrian artillery ba'
lalions at Twefiq At that point. Sy
rian MIG-21s were sent into bat
tie and two of them were shot
down.
A ceasefire was arranged bu-
Continued on Page 10-A
Continued on Page 7-A
ALL OFFICIALS REPLACED
Speculation Rises on How
Brazil Will View Stangl
been under maximum security
detention since his arrest.
The Nazi's attorneys have com-
plained that none of the foreign
foreign Ministrv. Justice Ministry governments have provided Brazil
and federal police on the extradi- with documentary evidence on
'ion of Franz Stangl. the former Stangl and concern was reported
commandant of the Nazi Treblinka that
and Sobibor death camps.
RIO DE JANEIRO (JTAi
SpeculaiOfl mounted this week in
major Brazilian cities concerning
the attitude of Brazil's new Gov-
| ni. iit and new heads of Brazil's
Rabbi Joachim Prinz. chairman
Serving notice that the Amer-j0f the Conference of Presidents of
[can Jewish Congress regarded Major American Jewish Organiza-
Viet Nam as a "Jewish issue." tions, told the convention that he
Rabbi I,elyveld said: "We are | saw a "lack of religious values. II
proud to be the cutting edge ofjwe understand them, in Israel."
every forward movement of self! He said "our concern is that Is-
respecting Jews who take both! raeli youth identifies Jewish reli-
their identity within the Jewish I gj0n with ritual." He deplored "the
People and their covenant role hack of social concerns, the tact
seriously. This is why we of the ] that we do not hear the voice of
American Jewish Congress have ] religious Israel in terms of peace
spoken out on Viet Nam be-|and war. social justice, integration.
cause we are loyal Americans and |anr| similar issues "
because we are faithful Jews."
Israeli Gets
Prison In
Zambia Case
BACKGROUND
PACE 13C
All the key officials involved in
Stangl's arrest on Mar. 2 have
been replaced. The Foreign Min-
i-try's position is crucial because
three countries Austria. West
Germany and Poland, where the
death camps were located have
iked Stangl's extradition.
The prior Chief Justice had
declared that Stangl could not be
extradited because Brazilian
law puts a 20-year statute of
limitations on prosecution of
such crimes. The reorganized
Supreme Court denied this week
bid for m writ of habeas cor-
pus to releas* Stangl, who has
if the required document-
Continued on Page 5 A
The Jewish Congress leader
said that "everything in our tra-
dition prompts us to believe that
there *r* times when silence is
immoral. Thou shalt not stand
idly by the blood of thy neigh-
bor is a primary demand of
Jewish ethics recorded in the
Stating that Israel was not
; merely a sovereign state "but a
'people of which we are a part."
, Rabbi Prinz held that American
'Jewry had "a stake" in "censor
ship in Israel, secret trials held.
certain police regulations from the
1 British Mandate which have not
I yet been repealed"
TEL AVIV (JTAi Benjami I
Edoth. one of six Israelis seized i i
a bizarre international plot to blow
up a Zamnian bridge, was sentence t
this week to six months in jail af
ter admitting to the charges m
which he was indicted
The other Israeli defendants are
Itzhak Berkowitz. ;i former num-
ber of the underground Stem
group, whose name has not bee I
disclosed: and the Israeli horn wife
of an American who was arrests I
Continued on Page 11-A
JWY Hits King's 'Nazi Viet' Statement
By Special Report
WASHINGTON The Jewish
,War Veterans of the U.S.A. this
week sharply criticized Dr Martin
Luther King for equating Amer-
ica's defense of Viet Nam with ab-
horrent Nazi practices during
| World War II
JWV Naional Commander Mal-
colm A. Tarlov. of Norwalk, Conn..
referred specifically to Dr King's
likening the use of new weapons
in Viet Nam to the Nazi BXperi
mentation with new medicines and
tortures on concentration camp
inmates.
"It is utterly incredible met
Dr. King's denunciation of our
government should manifest it-
self in such an ugly parallel,"
Commander Tarlov said, refer-
ring to a speech made by Dr.
Kir-j in New York on Apr. 4
before an organization known as
Clergy and Laymen Concerned
About Viet Nam.
"We do not argue Dr. King's
right to dissent on this issue."
Commander Tarlov said, "but we
eotisider his extremist tirade to
reveal an ignorance of the facts,
pandering to llo Chi Minh. and an
insult to the intelligence of ,i I
Americans."
"Dr. King, by exonerating the
Viet Cong and North Vietnamese
'Government, shows his total dis
gard o fhistory According to th<-
press report of his speech. D*.
Continued on Page 2-A



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Dr. Henry King Stanford (left), president of 'he University of
Miami, talks with Combined Jewish Appeal leaders Milton
Veiss (seated), campaign chairman, and associate chairmen,
3eorqe I. Talianoff (standinq left) and Norton Pallot (right',
i CIA's "Break Bread Breakfast" last Sunday morning at
he Algiers Hotel.
CJA Hits'67Goal
Minus $351,000
ns Ifinov, Samuel Norkeen, Abo,
Solosko. Morton Towers North and
South: Benjamin Cutler and Dr.
Meyer Eggnatz, Oliver House; Irwin
H. Fisher and Robert M Bobbins,
Point View North: Joseph Cohen
and William Einborn, SeacoaV
Towers East; Sol Km in, Ben Essen,
Samuel Kosman, Seacoast Towers
South: Emanuel Blum. Joseph
Budowsky, Ben Gold, Leon Leiho-
vvit/ and .Maurice II Weinstein
Beach Area: Morris Kauffman.
Workmen's Circle.
Harry Mi/iaeh. Apparel Group;
lly Lipzin and Maxwell II Weis-
blatt, Home Furnishing (iron,).
Nick Stern, Shoes Group; Harrj A
Levy, Louis Kenin, Jerry Sus
sman. Hotel Group; David R. I'or
vin, Larry B Silverman, Moiton
stein. Motel (iroup: Irving Kaplan,
Herb Login. Irving Rubin. Rc-tau
rant Group; Rabbi Shimon Azulay,
Hebrew Teachers Section.
Irving J. Bloom and Mai r\ Bill
min. Accountants Division; Dr. El
Hot Gordon ami Dr. Moiton lio-en
bluth, Dentists Division; Mac.in
Goldman and David Silver, Drug
gists Division; E Albeit Pallot,
Builders Division; Albert ,l Hirsi h
I leant.v Supplies Division.
Moisei Levin. Cuban Hebrew
Group; Joseph P. Zuckerman, Far-
band-Labor Zionists; Mi Milton
Green, PiPoneer Women Women's
Division
CJA'S "Dial-A Thon. the pre
Passover telephone solicitation
campaign, wa8 officially kicked oil
at the -Break Bread Breakfast"
by Milton Weiss, CJA campaign
chairman.
Weiss urged all of the volunteers
present to donate two or three
hours of their tune during the
week of Apr 17 to 2,'v to the '
A Thon '
"Our records indicate thai there
are still 4,112 contributors who
made a pledge to CJA last year
but who have not, as yet, con
tributed to the 1967 campaign,"
said Weiss.
"These gifts made last ve.. tolal
over S400.OO0." continued WeiSI
If we can get to these people, if
someone would ask them foi i
1987 CJA pledge, the Combined
Jew,sh Appeal would go ovi r ns
1!"!7 goal, Our problem is CO
NORTH SHORE DRIVE .
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lombined Jewish A p p e al's
Break Bread Breakfast" broke the
nree quarter goal mark Sunday
orning, when volunteer workers
irned in additional CJA pledge
ards for a total to date of s,l.:i2r>.
I lu figure leaves -i remunins
int of S351.000 needed to reach
967 l .i \ goal
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Focusing on the university as
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that the university should be an
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"If it is true," said Dr. Stanford
"that the missing link between
apes and human beings is man,
then we must ask if virtue can
be taught?"
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everyone else." Somehow the hill would he paid. IVihaps she could still work or
ihcie might he some pension inonc) though this was doubt I ul. But "won't MMlieoliC
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interment, the lad) was returned home in a ihaulfered limousine.
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Friday. April 14. 1967
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Page 5-A
I Israeli Prof to Lecture Here
Yeshiva College students Marc Goldstein (left), of Bayonne.
N.J.. and Donald Zisqint (right), of 1315 Lenox Ave., Miami
Beach, present Dr. Isaac Bacon, dean, with a rophy signifying
their victory in a debate aqairnt students of the University of
Dayton at Beth Jacob Congreqation. Dayton, Ohio. Goldstein
and Zisquit represented Yeshiva in the debate on "Resolved:
That the UnitoH Starts should substantially rpduced its foreign
policy commitment." Thev arqued for the affirmative.
Stangl Status Now
Seen as Unsettled
Continued from Page 1A
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or of the Polish State Com-
mission to investigate Nan
Crimes, said Stangl was active
in Belzec, as well as the other two
ith camp;, and that at least
1 00,000 victims were murdered
in the three camps. He asserted
S-fangl was responsible for the
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Page 7-A
Javits Seeks Religious School Aid
Conlinotd from P*g 1-A
iple of American society" and
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cjucation "particularly in ele-
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rfucation, of the highest import-
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ferent" from the federal consti- ,|, situation in the federal ;nca
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Supreme ( owl has been moving
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strictive" and said it should t>e tnitting governmental aid to the
"modified in accordance with the student-, in a parochial school for
federal principle." He described the studj of Becular subject!
or
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for religious instruction or obsen
ance."
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that principle in the Senate by sup
porting Federal aid to college stu
dents under the National Defense
Education Act and the Higher
Education Act of 1965 and aid to
students from poor families in pri-
mary and secondary schools under
the Elemental and Secondary
Education Act of 1968
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school system" permitted in the
United states was "so much ,i part
of the educational estructure" in
New York State that the state
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a hi^h qualitj of education to all
our children and I believe this can
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Schechter, Theodore Landes
man. liabln Dr Meyer I Herman,
Mas Gutmann, Milton Kahn. Irving
Kuttler, Marvin Lipman, Philip
Paul P Weiss, Phil Braf-
man, Morris and Sam W'aldman.
Robert Jacobs, Mr. and Mra i-ouis
S Schwartz. Jerome Bienenfeld.
Mr ud Mn Morris Belitzky, Ifn
Hum) Berkowitz, Mr and Mn li
Galbut. and Harrs Bosenberg
Weinman Elected
Post Commander
Maurice Weinman, three times
past commander of The Jewish
War Veteran Miami Beach Posl
830, has been reelccted tor pre-
cedented fourth term for i!*>7
IfHifi
Weinman. National American-
Ism officer of JWV i- also on the
national pilgrimage committee of
the American Legion and a must
it nominee for Dade Coin
Outstanding Citizen Award.
lie is presently chairman of a
joint committee of JWV and the
rid paperback novels
to the troops In Vie! Nam.
Weinman is presentl\ serving as
chief of staff of the department
of FkHida Jewish War Veterans.
and at the recent patriotic rail)
at the Miami Beach Auditorium.
in charge of the massing of
colors of all veterans organization.
Also elect."! were Lou Fried-
man, Joe Green, and Louis I'.ri
giotti as vice commanders: Frank
Gordon, I ry; irv Spiro,
Adjustanl Bai hi I Lehman, chap
[n Cooperman, trustee; Abe
Spinner historian; Max Salad, of-
ficer of the d
Installation of the newlj elected
officers will take place at the post
home on Apr. 20.
n '"nUMAN
forme' Bonk Building ond Store*
Other Real Estate Owned
leasehold Improvement!
Furniture and Fixture*
Accrued Interest & Income Receivable
Other Resources
U S. Government Securities S
Federal Corporation Bonds
Federal Reserve Bank Stock
State, County and Municipal Bonds
New York Stock Exchange Bonds
Other Bonds (State of Israel)
Cash and Due from Banks
TOTAL ASSETS
141.105 56
201.581 20
43,544.19
670,739 54
330,634.96
153,932.76
161,503,23
46.414 39
706.141.75
244.375.63
185.020 00
13.365,723.23
500,646.26
163,200.00
6,788.102.85
623,406.92
120,000.00
21,770.935.79
43.332.015.05
$81,602,251.86
12.640.879.68
150,029.81
160,750 00
6.584,241.67
254,805.59
60,000.00
14.569.168.97
34.419,875 77
$72,316.058 43
LIABILITIES
Capital Stock $ 3,535,000.00 $ 3,535,000.00
Surplus 1.901.000.00 1,818,600.00
Undivided Profits 341,980.02 255,846.46
Reserve for Contingencies 88,667.50 5.866,647.52 79,549.04 5.688.995 50
Additional Reserves (Installment loons) 133,176.91 75.168 98
Reserve for Taxes, Interest, etc. 642,328.40 442,220 72
Dividends Declared not yet Payable 45,450.00 10.950 00
letters of Credit 4,200.00
Deferred Income 1,350.565.79 1.061,080 91
DEPOSITS 70,473,821.60 65.037,642.37
Special Deposit TOTAL LIABILITIES 3.086.061.64
$81,602,251.86 $72,316,058.48
In Addition to Total Resources Shown Above. The Trust Deportment
of Peoples First National Bank of Miami Shores
hold ossets in excess of $7,000,000 00.
EOPLES FIRST NATIONAL
BANK OF MIAMI SHORES
Complete Trust Facilities
Northeast 2nd Avenue at 95th Street
Miami Shores, Florida
Telephone 757-5511
ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 27. I960
PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK
OF COMMERCE
Northwest 79th Street at 33rd Avenue
Miami, Florida
Telephone 696-0700
ESTABLISHED FEBRUARY 4. I960
MARTiN ARONSSON
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Prend*nf, Peoples Firtt Nofl
Ban*, of Miami Shore*
*M. EARL BARBER
Attorney
WILLIAM E. BECKHAM. JR.
President, Head BeckhaM
Ini Agency, Inc.
EDNA M. BELL
Senior V.ce President, Peoples
AmtiicoA Nationol Sank
*B. BOYD BENJAMIN
Executive V>t Preeident
lunwn ond Sent
CARL E. BOVVORI
Senior Vice President,
People! Fint Naf I Bonk el
North Miom, Beoch
*C. C. BRATTHAUER
Contractor
MORRIS N. BROAD
President, Amvncon Saving,
and Loan Ajboc. of Miami Bench
HARRY M. BURT
President. The Lloyd Products
Co. of Providence, It I.
KERMYT W. CALLAHAN
President, John t Withers
frontier ond jio-oge Ce.
J. D. CAMPLIN
President, SatitWern
Memorial Port
DR. WILLIAM J. CLIFFORD
r*hyii HORACE F. CORDES
Retired
*B. F. CURRY
Owner, Curry Auto Rental
JAMES W. ELDER, JR.
Former Owner. Elder Electric
PEOPLES AMERICAN NATIONAL
BANK OF NORTH MIAMI
Northeast 125th Street at 10th Avenue
North Miami, Florida
Telephone 751-6611
ESTABLISHED MARCH 27. 1951
PEOPLES LIBERTY NATIONAL
BANK OF NORTH MIAMI
Northwest 7th Avenue at 13 5th Street
North Miami, Hondo
Telephone 685 2444
ESTABUSHrD OCTOBER 21. 1943
Owner. Lorroin*
Chslrjran't Boot-r
RUSSELL C. GAY
Attorney
ANTHONY J. GOCKING
Textile*
W. DOUGLAS HALL
Former President.
Sol Foyne Corp.
M. R. HARRISON, SR.
Choirman of the Board.
M. t. Hat'uo" Consrrvct. Co'p
M. R. HARRISON, JR.
President, M. t. Harrison
Construction Corp.
'EDWIN HILL, JR.
President. Shell City, Im
nnd Hill Brot.-Stephens, lei
'CARL T. HOFFMAN
Attorney
HARRY HOROWITZ
Investment*
HERBERT D. JARVIS
Public < lotions-Business
Oe-rel T.opi &oi. lac. < 'la.
JACK JUSTICE
too I* or
JACK KNAR
President, J. K. Enterprises. *M. I. LINDOREN
Retired
*J. N. LUMMUS, JR.
Real Estate Appraiser
IUGENE F. MAGEE
Vice President, People*
Nottone1 Bonk of Commeic*
*(MR5 >WILLA McARTHUR
Bay Point
JOHN H. MERCIR
President, John Morcer
Terminal Warehouse Co
H. DALE MILLER, JR.
President. Hollywood
Ford.lot
el Advisory Council
BOWEN NEISON
Pre.irt'-" N#*;.-,n Mig Co Inc.
(MRS.) LYDIA MAE PARKER
Bay Point
FERGUSON E. PETERS
Vice President, Plontotia-n
Forms, Inc.
FRANK PETERSON, JR.
President, Atlas Chemical Co.
HARVEY F. PIERCC
Consulting Engineer, Mawrko H.
ConneM and Aimkioi#i. Inc.
J. HARRELL POWELL
Real Estate Inves'menn
JOHN W. PRUNTY
Attorney
JAY RECHTSCHAFFER
Real Eitote
"JOHN S. RYAN
Manufacturers' Rep-nemotive
DR. M. A. SCHOFMAN
Miomi Shores Med'col C'mic
DR. DONALD W. SMITH
Physician
GEORGE L. SOGG
President, Cuyohoga
Wrecking Company
ROLAND M. STAFFORD
Vicr Choirman of the Board
Peoples First Notional Bonk
of Miami Shore*
LEONARD K. THOMSON
Former Director.
Oode County Port Authority
OR. H. ROGER TURNER
Dentist
LEONARD USINA
Chairman nf the Boordi
of the Banks
M. I. WALSH
("luiivf Vice President
Peoples Notional Bank
ol Bay Harbor Island*
FRANK H. WILLER
President. Peoples
American Notional Bonk
PEOPLES FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF NORTH MIAMI BEACH
West Dixie Highway *t 162nd Street
North Miami Beach, Florida
Telephone 945-4311
ESTABLISHED MAY 16. If56
SERVING NORTH DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA SINCE 1950
Under Original Management
PEOPLES GROUP OF NATIONAL BANKS
PEOPLES NATIONAL BANK
OF BAY HARBOR ISLANDS
9500 Bay Harbor Terrace
(OH Kane Concourse, Miami Beach)
Bay Harbor Islands, Florida
Telephone 866-6266
ESTABLISHED OCTOBER ?. If64
Leonard Usina Agnes Barber Frank Wilier Roland Stafford Edna Bell -
Executive Officort
Members Federal Reserve
Matt Walsh Carl Bowdre *** ****'"
Federal Depose'
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1C-A
>w$f fVrHHr
Pradcv Arr_ i
S'^at.'.1* of tr.e Terr.p :r.u-E3 Soloi
SdaodttaV Dcy School hold their annua'. elec
aad ocxo*': bo Biachwaid. preside.*." April
GemAi. ?*" fret.-err -.:.c Irer..'" Cov.".-.
*cre*'-rv A.. "he others were chose.-, rr.err.bers
i^ St,-;-. Council Photo shows BOOtod
lc .-jcht Dicr.r.e Buchwald. C: mm
a :'v-~ a Fino. ira B Apr.;
Gonuth, Kenneth Pin* Folio Prod and Susan
.-.-. Standiing or Nona Kay, Bonnw
fenber-;. Lo Prod Y*al Yanicfa, Norman Kol
ton. Nathan Adler, Leora Gc.-dce: SsfmOHsrj
left to riahl are advioors: Mrs Glc-:- .- oert.
Babbi Arthur S Hollandor and Mrs. EUis Rub-r..
Demilitarized Zone Explodes
Continued from Pega 1-A
tHe Synm breli* it with t re-
newal of hootirf Heavy mortar
'ire damaged two IfMl tractors
wfiich wore finally extricated.
The .Hooting spread to the near-
ky Maon and Tel Katiir **ttio-
rnent* Several houte* were hit
and one Israeli we* then hurt
n
1
I
i
I
Mr
in reply to a m'rti'tn r>> th
tiOl '.aha! fttJeOfl 'A Htrtfl and Li-
beral parties TTm BOtioi demand-
ed debeb on th- >--' on of
maw t.r | tha Israeli Syrian Mis
td Am OMOUStiOfl Th-
i n in
.r-jary 2 be
( au v
to broad
The G*n*l deputies charged
that Israel's 'restraint and wail
log tor Sn-.a to rewme the
ISMAC iession had put Israel in
n impossible pc. Hon." The de-
puties also asserted that Syria
had resumed violations of Is-
raeli territory at a rate ot more
than 13 incursions a day, that
27C such border violations took
place m the past two months
and that sabotage acts in Israeli
territory were continuing
Thf Knesset, however support*
d Mr Eban
and not in Israel's
! He i
Gaha the

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Friday, April 14. 1967
Jewls* fhrHinr
Paqe 11-A
l\o. Shore Drives for CJA
Robert Russell (left*, co-chairman of the Trades and Profes-
18 Division, presents Combined Jewish Appeal awards to
Hvman Lipzin and Maxwell H. Weisblatt. co-chairmen of the
Home Fumishinqs Division, at the "Break Bread Breakfast"
Sunday at the Algiers Hotel.
Si range Zambia Bridge
Case dels Israeli 6 Months
Continued from Ptg* 1-A
aigned in Now York in the
The arrests of the Israelis fol-
lowed the disclosure last Novem-
ber that the Israeli Security Serv-
ices had tipped off the United
S'ates and Zambia about the
plot. The bridge is vital to the
.'"sport of Zambian copper and
instruction would have seri-
ojily affected the world supply
of the metal. Edoth testified at
tHii trial here that "our object
'o blow up the bridge with
tention of making money
in which everybody was inter-
ested."
Edoth also recounted his meel
inga with Jay Elliott, who waa ar
rested in Ne York ;iv the alleged
key figure in the plot
Elliott, ;i traveling representative
of the Preidrich Zoellner Corpora
lion, a New York metals firm ;i-
sociated with ;> West German) com
pany. and Rolf Duenbier, a Zoell
ner vice president, were arraigned
in N'ch York last year on charges
of having conspired in the United
States in in jure or destroj proper! \
,n a I in
Hat ScltCHk'ft finest NAME in kosher resorts!
SHARPING
()' PASSOVER
RESERVATIONS ACCEPTED
RABBINICAL SUPERVISION *'
CANTOR BENJ. KIRSCHENBAUM SERVICES ON PREMISES dVuVocc.
Exciting, elegant, enticing...for the few who TJ'"1j3
appreciate specialized service! Pool, Cabanas, 10 at
Private Beach, free Lounges, free Parking. T.V.I 105 Rrr
Radio each Room, nightly Entertainment. i!\ttV
fir Miilt
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)CEANFRONT AT 20th STMIAMI BEACH, FLA. 33
as
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WIFE A "MALKE"
Join with us in the finest PASSOVER Holiday Tradition
tor our special package
PASSOVER AT THE SHORE CLUB
Saturday, April 22 -
Tuesday, April 25
3-Nights 4-DAYS*j|| ACA
PER PERSON ^i/l ^^'V
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INCLUDES ALL MEALS PLUS
SPECIAL PASSOVER SEDER
CANTOR JOSEPH MALEK OFFICIATING
* NIGHTS 5 DAYS tfPP AA
PER PERSON DOUBLE OCC. $5D.UU
RESERVE YOUR PRIVATE TABLE EARLY.
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PASSOVER SEDER ALONE $11.00 PER
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For Reservations Phone 538-781 1
HORACE BURNSTEIN-GENERAL MANAGER
^^f YOUR SHOWER OF STARS HOTEL
SBOtOEGfaP
^i_r- Hole
ON THE OCEAN AT 19th STRUT
Daniel Neal Heller, chairman of
Combined Jewish App i Resi-
i' nee and High Rise Division, haia
unced tii;ii the resid. m^ ol
N ndj Isles and Normand>
Shores, and Ihe apartn -Hers
l 0 le Hundred Lincoln Road
have come to hi su| porl
ot the Combined Jew ish A| i a
and have scheduled
me< tin on b hall ol l JA
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Sei ing co < h: rmei for Ihe
Norniandj Isles and Norn ..i..l\
Shores < ommittee are In ing
Morris Black, Hen Chaliff,
l>;.'. id l>iiv is, Morris Eskind, arl
Ettinger, Fiank Gordon, Isaac
Okonowsky, Byron .1 Topol. Mr.
and Mi Abraham l i slander,
Gilbei I and S>>l W'enig
The meeting will be he'd at the
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Association Auditorium,
1133 Normandy Dr., at 10 a.m.
Joseph Bernstein and Sam Horo
wi'z are serving as co-chairmen
for thj One Hundred Lincoln
Road Breakfast meeeting.
Membei i>i their committee in
elude Joseph Amigo, .u<-< ph Aver
book, Dr Joseph Butt, Max CDs
gan, George Colen, Marcus Kaye,
Lawrence Krass, Morn- Newman.
Samuel Paacoe, Jacob Pludo, e
wis Rafelman, Milton Sands, Sam
Schneider, Lawrenoe Shuman Sam
Simpson, Samuel Talisman. Charles
Tyler and I harles \ ogel
The One Hundred Lincoln Road
residents' breakfast on behall ol
i ,i \ will be held in the DiLido
Hotel, Florentine Room, 155 Lin-
coln Hd at !::(<) a in on Sunday.
Vpi 23
Meanwhile. Combined Jewish Ap-
peal will seek Ihe contribul ns ol
of Treasure Hous Tn..
House South and I

'Investigation1
D::e en Ch. 7
i
m A sei
i he Investigation" has been sched
u!. d loi Sunday. 3:30 I i 5 i> m.
Locally, the production will be
on NBC affiliaU W< KT l'\
( h 7
-The Investigation" recentlj
ished its run on Broadwaj and is
still being shown in productions in
several countries abroad it is a
searing recital <>i the testimon> ol
witnesses ami defendants tried for
theii act- in the Auschwitz concen
tration camp
men! dwellers from tin- three lii h ing, which is scheduled for i"
rises gather for a breakfast meet ,., the Treasure House South
ing on hrlialt ol CJA. ,, ,r ,.
Ri om, are Alfred
Chairmen for the breakfast i R ter, and Mi isl
( ai i
BBYO Opens
No. Dade Office
Announcement has been made
by Dr, Sidney Pavllack, chairman
o fthe 120-member Miami board of
directors of the B'nai B'rith Youth
in .,ini/ation. that a second office
has been opened in the North Mi-
ami ana to service several hun-
dred te< n agers who arc registered
with BBYD UieW
Located at 364 N l7th SI N
Mi.inn Beach, the office will pro-
vide secretarial service for the
various chapter newspapers, erea
Live writing facets and education
al release- which the VOUHg peo-
ple produce a- part ol their year
round activities
In addition, the professional di
rector. Mrs Hillrcd N Bossak,
who also maintains ;m office in
the HUlel House at the University
of Miami, will provide counseling
to the volunteer advisors there
Rabbi Leviton in Talk
Rabbi Richard M l.eviton. of
Temple Knianu-KI, Ft. Laudcrdtilc,
represented the Jewish Cha'itau
qua Society as lecturer at Indian
River Junior College in Ft. Pierce
on Wednesday. Apr. 12 He spoke
on "Has Religion Failed?"

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340 BISCAYNE eOULEVARD MIAMI FIA
PROUDIY ANNOUNCES
Kosher Passover
Seder Services
APRIL 24 and 25
TO BE HELD AT THE
STARLIGHT BALLROOM
Facing the Beautiful Biscavne Bay
Where Heavens and Stars
Join Festivities
UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF
RABBI TIBOR H. STERN
CANTOR MORRIS BERGER Officiating
SEPARATE FAMILY TABLES IF DESIRED
Synagogue Services Will Be Held
Both Holy Days at the Hotel Premises
SI2.50 For One Night
S20.00 For Both Nights
Children Under 10-$7.50 (Each Night)
ROOM ACCOMODATIONS IF DESIRED
MENU
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Matzo Ball Soup Brisket of Beef Kugel Tzimes
Plam or Egg Matzos Macaroons & Sponge Cake
Coffee Tea Sanka
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Friday. April 14. 1957
Ave liq /oil- wT5c
id
AGL OA"tm ach'v
tel, hiTI C- -% -
I
rvices
...
-> YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER u
____ AW 990 NE 171,1
revo_E 2I0N BXO Millar Rd. Con- ^ -'n *"
_

I
Ca
-EEVES? *..
C -' ;
pres sent C'!c S. PakewlU
-
E -M DAVID -e Co'
aeevative. flabbi ( nto
im W. L cs:.r
hi.- Mlu
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ETM EL 500 SW '7th Ave Ortho
--. Rabbi Solomon Bell "
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ETM ISRAEL 770 40th St. Ortho-
0 Rabbi Bere: Wein
------ a -
F-H JACOB IC" Was" ngtOfl Ave
0'tnodon. Rabbi S T
Bwlratty. Cantor Ma-.'ice Mamcf--s

IETH KOOESH 1101 sw ;?
Mo3ern TrJdit.ona Pa:' Ma
Snjptro Ca~tO' Ban am n 8 *ri
s
-.:
I
. Hi
BETH MOSHE CONGREGAT ON
13630 W. Dixie Mw> Con"vJl'yf
Rabbi David Rosenfeid. Cantor Sey-
mour Hinkes.



BETH SOLOMON. 50 PI-
Conservative. Rabbi Aaron F
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Bl -M TFIl A.H O"
iox. Rabbi Joaapti E R
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. tor/, m '-ith a.1 and Ml
Ave
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DIEL.G ITU G TIME
9
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Thi.< r-'K' L<>'
oprr Mi"
a:ni Rabl
hearing hrr-
DR M \X UPS HITZ
ifiritttal leader of Beth T iraJl
;;rfgation of Nurth Muni
Beach.


VNA RAPHAEL '401 NW 183rd SI
Conervaive Rabbi Harold Richter
"'t ; ack L-'n-r
>. nnon Mai
a
CUBAN MEBPEW CONGREGATION
OF MIAI Aash-ngton Av*
Orthodox. R^Ct' Dov Roiencweig.

T. laldedaie emanu el isoi
S Andrews Ave Reform Rabbi
P '-'-o V L-v ion Cantor Jerome
K lament.
_ ----
FT LAUOFRDALF TEMPLE BETH
; = iCL y7 E Oakiind Park Blvd
Ra t, Phil o Cnaiton. Cantor Theo-
dcre Mmd-ch.
\
'.. Iff-!
HALLANOAl.E JEWISH CENTER.
26 E Haiiandale Beach Blvd. Rev.
Paul Deutseh

HFBPC '. 'IPf'V a4w0 D.n.tre.
Dr Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
r-,--
-
VWOOD TPMPI r JINAI "TO-
Johnson St Co"'">'t'v( R
o Cantor Vehudah
Hailbraiin
SRAF'. iTt r N I 751"
S- Conservative Rabbi *vm L
(in Cantor William B N..ssen
I

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JACOB C. COHEN -.TV
5- h. Starr
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1
KNE^FTH ISPAFL 141S EuC 1 '
ll David Lehr'.eld
Cir';r Ab'lh I "i S-
a
n *.' Oi-lr-o.fox. Ribbi Abra-
ham Korf. C.inior Ernest Field.
a
MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
B'rd Rd. Modern traditional Max
W. Temchin, president. Cantor Louis
Coti
- i a.n
----
OHEV SHALOM 911 Normandy Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeaa Weber-
man.
a -
SEPHAROIC JEW SM CENTER. 645
Cc
iKV _- _F 1 '. N?

IPLE ADATH YfSHUI Con
se : N P ". Miami
Gardens Rd Rabt -sky
Cantor Maunca Nu.

TEMPLE BETH AM 5950 N Kendall
jr Mi:mi HelLi. Hauo
Herbert Ba.jmg.ird. Cantor Michaal
Kyrr.
---- --
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1301 S 14th Ave Reform
Rabbi Sam,el Jafe
I
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. .,!.- rxiial ''
Kar m /
,.| .\lr- B >..nf-r.
-
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL. 154'
Jefferson Ave Conservative Canto-
Saul H. Breah.
------a, ------
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Holly
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conserv.it -
Hanoi Morton Malavsky. Cantjr t'
nest Stemer.
a
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM 4144 Chas
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronian
Lantor David Conviser
FLlI

---- ----
TEVPLfc UfcTH TOV. 64^ SW 8tn
Bl Coser .alive Rabbi Simon ADrn

TEMPLE B NAI SHOLOM 6800 N vs
iinQ Ave. Cons^'vative. Cantor
:
a
r EMPLE EM AN U-eL
Ion Avi c sarvativi rving
l.eh- -' an C-
i
servative Rabbi Alfred Waxn-an
i
IFERETH ISRAEL KOC N Mum
Ai Co-iS ativa B13D' H-nr,
a" n

M- m Whington A
^^ THE RABm SPEAKS FROM H'S H'l vr
We Must Avoid Sin
Of Spreading Lies
Fri
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Kin
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By RABBI LEON KRONISH
Temple Beth Sholom
The Sedra we read in Leviticus
i- :i record of some primitive
medicine h<>w the nieta r.f nld
iwho were !"
obviously
ticing p h y -1
cians'i sepa-
rated the clean
from th,. uncli an
nnd wo
the necessary an-
measurea
in keep the
ic of leprosy
from spreading
Maybe their
Heal knowl-
;in not
-I. primitive They understood not
only quarantine; they had an ink
ling of psychosomatic medicine.
Tl ej ti ok metaora and
"Motze v' en Ra'
nderer: i nia-
licious gossip your skin w
Generation aft
ithers reread thi sI
It was
ip The n
"
"
People do not realize that I
killers.
Yet the rabbis of yi
said that the man who t-
ti nth about another n
an i- a triple murderer
commits spiritual murdei
himself. ib> he commit-
i -I Ihe person who
In- lif and libel; (C) I"'
t he
!

Kobbi Kronijh
murder against
of hi- lying
Some of us are so n
m observing this custom
iny tale bearers that we
when we start to spread
nas been started I
else and refuse to p
I that "it isn*t right
Well, wh> isn't it rigl I l
if someone is ipi i
him be exposed And il
truth, whj shou I
hide The writers ol I
f the
Fathers" clear!) ;
the irlj
and the man who H
tales has l
of his
es which


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A TASTE OF HEBREW
relented" by THE TARB'JTH FOUNDATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF
HEBREW CULTURE and" Ihe AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION
Editor: Dr. Shlomo Kodesh
1 want lo travel (m ) ;::? r.*'- ;k
Where axe you travelling? (m) ?^=i: nr.it ^ij?
I want to travel to Tel-Aviv. S'SK*?.-'? yr:? -x*i v?
I want U) travel by (in a) train. r?r*3 y.*s:? 'V "
Where Pi) the Railroad Station? '.'.-n-r: p.:r,r. r,r*
The r lilpB c 1 Station is in this street. r.:r 2= njrfW ^";.""
When dost the train leave? ?r,?5-n ntav *.-:
The traja kavct (goes out) at 600. vv r,';Yz .-ki"' rsx~-
1 have If go quickly. MTg rrr? -,*"? '-
1 have m buy a ticket. D's-r tVOffy "SH
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Rabbi Irwin Cutler.
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Mindlin
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Apr. 16 t h in 11 a.m Jewish Worship I
Rabbi Mi ris A. Kip|
i emple Judea Coral Gables
Apr. 18 < h 2, 9 30 p in Man to Man"
NO PROGRAM
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTIONMETZORA
A leper i> brought before tile priest
And tin' priest shall look. and. behold, if the pis
lepros) be healed in the lepei (Lei 13.3)
METZORA This portion describes the laws for thi
cation of the leper after he is healed Tlun -hall the pri' '
mancl in take for hmi that i- to be cleaned two livmu di
and cedar-wood, and scarlet, and hyssop And the pin- *hali
command to kill one of the hud- m an earthen vessel
nlng water As for the living turd, he shall take it. ami
WOOd, and the -eailet. and the hyssop, and shall dip
the living bird in the blood of the bird that was killed UM
running water And be shall sprinkle upon him that i-
cleansed from the leprosy seven times, and shall pronou him
clean, and shall let go the living bird into the open
he that is to be cleansed shall wash his clothes, and
all his hair, and balhe himself in water, and he shall '
and after that he may come into the camp, but shall dwell
side his tent seven days And il shall be on the
that he shall shave all his hair off his bead and hi
hll eyebrows and he -hall bathe hi- flesh in *
he shall be cl.an Let 14 4 i. linalh after bringm
big to the priest on the eighth daj the former lei
formally clean
Leprosy ras understood to affect objects as
The portion describes the various i
then treatment Thi is the law for all manm
rosy, ind for .call; ami for the lepros] oi
a ho I t"i a rising and for a scab, and fo
to teach when It is unclean and when it la clean
i leprosj Lei 14.M
ii* racoonting of tha Weekly Portion of the Law ll >
i and based upon "Tha Graphic History of the J>*
Thi*
tracted
upon "The (iraphi
lentane" edited oy P. WollmanTiamir, aia
Shengold, and tha volume is available at 2/ Wi'liam S'
York 5, NY. Pra*ident of tha society distributing the volum
is Joseph Schlang.


Friday. April 14. 1967
* Jen 1st frVridiam
Page 13-A
World-Famed
Violinist Elman
Felled at Age 76
OTHH DEATHS SIC.
M \\ YORK (JTA) Mi.scha
man, one of the legendary Rus-
ian born Jewish violinists who
m hinted concert audiences
hrouKhoul the world for more
i years, died this week at
i- Manhattan home at the age of
[H Death was attributed to a
ie; .ittank.
) Talnoye. in the Ukraine
the grandson of a Russian
of some repute, the boy
icl.iIi study of tho violin at the
our At the age of nine, he
I i :il m the l.eopold Auor
, lass ;it the st Petersburg
atory He made his pro i
depul at the age of 13 COViTCH.
.nil was an instant sue-
MISCHA CIMAN
continued his extraordi-
M,-cr as a child and youth
with an apocarincc in
>r> 1905 and already was
A ar-onq the world's
. : inisiS at the *.1# of
his f r i.mir?ire
tad Tlatos in Ncm
with the Russian
Orchestra.
i eon
ter lie was a partic
it of American audi
- He in came an American
1923 Recalling his suf-
..- a child in Russia, he
i ei ts in 25 American
I- in 1939 for the benefit "i i,.
(mm Nazism.
Uthough he had limited his ion
in recent years, he re
il I 'I active. He spent three
fS in March at the State Timer
f Ninth Carolina, giving con
- and conducting a master
for violin students He made
\ tended tour of Europe last
ir Alter returning from Europe
January he toured the weal
-' His last New York appear-
ir was at Carnegie Hall on Jan
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Cnllln* Av< Service* In M'aah nglon
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FINKELSTEIN. Martin, 18, of I!.....
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Finn. Mra Alia. 16, of 188 BE llili
1..in. Kervlcei Ipr 7 at Uordon Pu-
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Pcqe IV A
>Jeist>fMdk>r
Fr:doy. Apr:'. U, jg,
Between Yav and Me:
By BORIS SMOUR
Man the Nazis Fears Most Now Visiting the L.S.
THE PRESENT f S
il to the I-
narked by the pu'
Murderers AJB
a book of -
.
' h*re he
racing Nazi ar cnmir.>
!
evident*
. ... wr.o ; ar.:t.pa:-.--1 in
- m
in*. ~ Rice is
aded p--- 'he
Mattered
_ n 1 under I
- *
out 10
: 22 5*
.
u stria v
be -en. after N--'- regui
dev
ng and murder.r-
Dt- r. Ike] vade JOI I of the
I them
do--- not believ. in consider.-, a'., the Germans
gsultj of what happened to the Jews under the
regime
In fact, he speaks very warm!} of some Nan
officials who helped him in critical mo-
mi 'ho! Ht
ev, j in favor i I Nazis known to have
helped Jew- tin pi) they fctested
: the :>*- the Nazi eiite tr
a full chapter ui hi> book I N^'
-entenced to death by Gestapo
red that he was help
I ere Ml
impl> a
i

UN lisHmm Fosf:
By SAUL CARSON
Ked Halehetnian
WHO IS YAKUB H
hot newi re-
a <>n Human R:.
,n Geni he delivered a anti-
attack at the ehiel I delef I
the Commission. Morru B. Abram.
; n lat Mr Abram Is pi
t of the American Jewish Commit-'_
tee Hi if al*0 intimately connected with any other num-
oer of other human rights organizations ftj j lawyer
whose practice u>*d to be centered in Atlanta, i.a Mr
Abram received national notice through some catM he
I taken to the Supreme Court and won in the high
inal not on Jewish matters but on civil rights af-
mg primarily Negroes.
But Mr OatXOVSki did not attack Mr Abram s civil
- record in general The gentleman voiced his at-
tack in an anti-Semitic context
The subject under discussion was a plan for the es-
abli-hment of a new IN office, the appointment of a
r for Human Right* Mr 0tro\ski
_ is the chief delegate on the Commission representing
he Soviet Union. The Russians don't like the idea of
an ombudsman who would supervise human rights in all
. the world But in the debate on the issue.
Id toid Mr Abram that the I" S representa'
addres-ing a meeting of the American Jewish
Committee.
Since that was the second time he had men!
Mr Abran the AJC a post hich Mr
fully proud the American i
rj trie Russian rebuked him outi
he mar. In
Ostrovstcj Thei
bt
- him for what
trod
an amendment to an ai
hat would have e ered that move w:i- none at
,-ki although he staved in the back
And w! at .- Mr "
i- the Soviet Union's principal expert on
an<: .* lo do with p
cnmir.; racial and national grounds Tha'"- hat
laiatJcwt 'Who Who" sa>s And what i
principal accomplishment-" He was at.
in favor of equalitv for women H
-in of all types universally condemned by-
all civilized men Except ar.ti Semitism
hat phase of his work the Soviet Who's V*
speak That must be deduced from the mar
Sjrt, Mr Ostrovski seems to be the K
thief hatchet man against Jewish protests reg-r
anti-Semiti>m
p- \3z: war criminals are still
:redoir. and have not given up
have Nazism revived in German) is dearly
seen ia the '!ral
: underground
Coeifoi SpotUqhi: Bv MILTON FRIEDMAN
Klutznick Speaks
Out on Met Nam
THE STRONGEST
. in Viet

s re-
nt speeel
nation-
al interest
Mr Khitznick. honorary in-
-national president of B'nai
B nth. is regarded by President Johnson a- one of
America's leading personages of ...th Mr
Klutzsrick'i remarks wtre not anothei Viet Nam
protest becai.s.- the} were delivered before an im-
portant Jewish forum, that of the B'nai B'nth
board of governors Thev could not be ignored I
i a us*- of Mr Kkitznick's service as a personal ap-
<< of Presidenl Kennedy with Adlai Steven-
son i>n the I" S delegation to the I'nited Nations
Administration premis* The- war
had already been attached -matic and ex
lival} bellicose by leading Reform rabbis and
man> Jewish intellectuals The Administration po-
sition was, however militant!} defended by the
Jewish War Veterans \ar: as
tn< orthodox rabb.
\ brilliant anti-Co.nmunist thinker \< h.-> adept-
Commttnist l:m
Klutznick has
'


i ailed on th<
in \ ally and un...

menl polic) that funct:
ago p: i:r-.(. Blight today be itb-
\- .. \ : dsm I i ent Viel \an-. poli
aceerdaai t.. \lr Klutznick
heavily on a serious question of the validit) of
superpower
i the*,- who say hut we can't quit now.' I must
ask If it is m our national intereal wh> not" Mr
Klutznick said He px-mted out that "we have per-
mitted our Viel Nam commitment I ntrol our
foreign pohev instead of foreign policy determn.
th- extent of our Viet Nam commitment "
Mr Klutznik maintained that the Viet Nam
bombing debate has obscured the vital nwd" for
an intensive review and updating of foreign policy
objectives He called for a conference to st-ek com
mon agreement on foreign policy objective-
gTOap known a- '-Jan./a' ]fr ^
herigen organization : SS -s ^
this chapter he reveals hou the Odi netaork
operates in smuggling out important Saw from
Germany and in establishing them in countries
Spain. Egypt, Syria and certain So -. Amer
He sptaks of the large funds .,, ,^ ^
members of the Nazi underground
various banks in a number of COU1 ,,nd o(
treasures hidden at the bottom* en. He
hat a list of hidden Gest (f;
into the hands of Americans a which
he -j. refer- I i M Irilagran > I
- and gold
loo lbs
j tjo v- n<
2 00
.
He about N
Four
-tr.an I
arrest
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Everett Resume
w

[HO ARE THE
of prayer in t". States
senator Even II McKml
the ptiMic r- mm-
-

-
lest

' '
-
'

In H*
I in the Senati
-
Dir- w irds For ti'
and it t
it> of religious fi hM avarj h
t'nited Stal I whal his re
Thw | a--ertion thai
Irarj to what any critic of the jurist-
niled out voluntary prayei
It is hard to s3> which of Sen Bl
more important When he made h.~ plea
for all. he was championing th -
for sound reaaoi -hat the exercise of eoi ,n '"I
land of liberty, is not something to be d<
by the majority of a vote.

Bv:
MAX LERNCR
Blood Can he Expected to Splatter
f%EGAULLE MAY RECALL
d^\ 'he lit of his ear-
and best
d.' a leader who I
on thi

uille
Parliamen-
all but wiped out in
Th. lection that
canted, even by Gaullist apologists in
or America One is thai I myth of the
ity ha- been broken: tor the
me in almost a de< suffered a
back The ia that for
time m modern French history the Left
boh ( ri and non-Communist has
> Ite in an election and has made
., that the in n that f:
the French power structure under deGaulle
been broken and that no one can be -age enough
to I will happen in France in the next
decade anything can happen and probably will
me commentators have pointed out that w
the Opposition parties united to
- the} cannot unite to form
but it must be a thm eonsolati
,n by a razor
of on< vote, )< while nil
.
rule Th<
Kl
In the deepest
l..
He ha- bet MfUl m rest
: prestii
un poUcii s. which are pn ttj
tunw
1 the skimpmess of I
I and prami
rh the
about ti i h election. The '
Communist left, Francois Mitterand and
let. made a deal with the Communist 1-
deck Rochet, and the deal was. for 0IM
by lx>th si,|,.s wherever either was weaker It
drew it- candidate in favor of the other


Friday, April 14. 1967
+Jenlst fhrldlton
Page 15-A
United Ostomy Meeting
St mi annual board meeting of
the United Ostomy Association
held hero recently ;it
the Harbor House South in Mi
ami. Officers, board member* I
regional representatives of the
ciation discussed ways and
- oi tui thering their i I
purposes
For Reservations
& Information Call
VOLPE TOURS
1502 WASHINGTON AVE. PHONE 532-7326
its of the Hebrew Academy and Mesivta
.ter Miami display their recently-won
ptimist Contest trophies. Winners are 'left to
Martin Wusseirr.an. second place. North
Optimist Club; Samuel Blum, second
North Bay Village Optimist Club; Mark
second place, Breakfast Club; Chaim
rsl place, Breakfast Club; Marc Ropenblum.
:ce. Eay Harbor Optimist Club David
Abiamowitz, first place, Normandy Isle Opti-
mist Club; and Robert Goodman, second place.
Sky-lake Optimist Club. Not shown are Hcnk
Tcpas second place, Bay Harbor Optimist
Club; and Judd Zisquit, first place, Miami
Beach Luncheon Club. They will compete
Apr. 12 for the zone championship to represent
Miami Beach in the statewide competition.
Dr. Benson Leaves Sinai Chairmanship
To be Director of Heart Institute Lab
rome Bensoi as eon an-
il and ill lor
atorii t the Mia ;
te.
miii will li. c as li i first
the (!'" of the
ttitute's laboratory due to
thi ei -ond floor of
opulmonary
' iry, it was anno
The lab will b known as the
R, Thomas McDermott Clinical
Laboratory, and is a gift o* Mr.
nott, of Houston, Tex., a
'or of the Mi.imi Heart In-
ie J B ii


tl
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and th" National Coun i *: :
cal Ti phi ition.
A graduate of Oberlin College,
where r-r aiored in boh pre-
med and music, Dr. Benson re-
ceived his MD degree from
CreicjMer University School of
Medicine in Omaha, Neb., in
148. He interned at Fordham
Hospital in New York and served
his residency training in pathol-
ogy at Fordham. the Post Grad-
uate Hospital in New York, and
Mount Sinai in Miami Beach.
Hi> chief
the Laboratory
\ \
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ecutive medical co~- and
imi 'ue re
MX r b v.nc. 'he new
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be lift ated In the m ha f
Wino wi'h d:'e:f acre; *o the
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Carmel Kosher Poultry. Inc.........430 jeffer** Avenue, mm Bench. Florida
Canada Dry Bottling Co. of Florida. Inc.
W ashillgtOIl Food Center..........10S1 Washington Avenue, MM Bench, Florida
L ptOWIl ^ asllillgton Market...........7446 Collins Avenue, Miami Bench. Florida
N0rmand> Kosher Meat & PoultrV Mkt. 1112 Normandy Drive. MM Bench, Florida
Hollywood Kosher Meat & Poultry Mkt............Hollywood, n**
Michel's Kosher Restaurant............940 7i$t street, mm Bench Florida
All-Nell Hotel......................700 Euclid Avenue, MM Bench, Florida
BeNedere Hotel....................Mhdu Am iwiiM
Granada Hotel..................1017 Meridion Avenue, Mmm, Bench, Florida
KenniOre Hotel..................1050 Washington Avenue, MM Bench, Florida
Isaac Gellis Restaurant & Delicatessen. mi m 11 wun *-, m** 9m*. 9mm
Bikur Cholim Kosher Convalescent Home 310 coin$ Avenue, mm Bench, h**
Barco Chemicals Div. Inc................7760 h. l m c-n, mm. "
H h essential when ordering any products from those concerns
to specifically demand "Kosher for Passover"
as in some iosfonces various products are manoiactwed
under the same brand and not all are Kosher lor Passover.


"dewisli Floridian
Miami Florida. Friday, April 14, 1967
Section 5
500 Expected at Third Seder;
Justice Douglas to be Speaker
Greater Miami members of the Society of Honor of the He-
rm Jewish Appeal are shown receiving national awards.
Burning Bush." by Chaim Gross, honoring their aener-
. James M Albert, chairman of the annual dinner this
Saturday night is shown presenting the statuettes to Euqene
nfield, Mortimer May and Sidney Ansin. members of
local congregations.
7 Reform Synagogues
To Join in Drive Assist
uh Fli Ida -
support of iii ".
Appeal on Saturday i I it
I nner dance to be held at the
i a i 'ountry i 'lub
Pane, chairman oi the board
i rro of i he I n i '
can Hebrew I 'on itions
i body of some 7iKi Reform
, ,j i-o"'!!""'0'!!''), s in N th
i ilia, will be principal speaker.
Participating congregations,
jnder the neneral chairmanship
of Junes M. Albert, ot Miami
Beach, are Beth Am, south Mi-
ami; Beth Sholom, Miami Beach;
Temple Israel, of Greater Miami;
Judea, Coral Gables; Sinai,
North Miami; Beth El, Holly-
wood; and Emanuel, Fort Lauder-
dale.
Oldest rabbinical seminar; i" the
country the Hebrew Union College
Jewish Institute of Religion and
the UAHC are the benefic aries of
lb annual Reform Jewish Appeal
The pro sram "f the I Inion >nclude<
summer camps, ed icatioril and
worship leadership and materials,
and the coordination of the many
activities of the 700 congregations
One of the leading lewNh lay-
nun in the country. Knne h I
practicing attorney in Kansas City,
Mo., where he is both a c. .< ".I
Jewish leader He has been ap-
ted by Presidents Kennedy and
Johnson to national advisory bodii l
A record attendance of 500 per-
sons for the community-wide Third
Sedei celebration at the Fontaine-
bleau llo'el on Apr. 28 was fore-
cast Wednesday by Jacob Rifkill.
general chairman of the event at
which United States Supreme Court
Justice William 0. Douglas will
speak.
Mr and Mrs Morris New mark
Will receive the State of Israel Pio-
neers Award, and Leo Mindlin,
retiring this month as executive
editor of The Jewish Flmidian, will
be presented with the first annual
Isaac llamlin Memorial \ward
Rifkin announced that an
original dramatic presentation,
produced by Leon Unger and
Joseph A. Nevel, also will be
featured at the Third Seder.
Songs by Cantor David Conviser
will be spotlighted.
The Unger Nevel playlet, pat-
terned alter the Third Seder pro
JACK P0PICK
duction staged in New York City,
will trace Israels modern historj
The Apr 2t> event will launch
Greater Miami Jewry's celebration
of the 19th annivet sarj of the
ol Israel's independence
Six American Jewish leader- will
liKht -pecial candles in memorj oi
the 6.000.000 Jew- who perished in
Europe during the Hitler H
surrounding World Wai II.
The Third Seder also "... pay
ti ibute to th" 24th anivi i I
the uprising oi the Warsaw Ii\
Less than 50.000 surviving Jews in
the Polish capital revolted
eve of Passover in 1943 and occu-
pied the entire Na/i occupation
arnn m central Polai d foi
Cl itical weeks
Samuel Feinstein. president of
the Israel Histradut Committee
of Greater Miami, lauded Rifkin
and the Greater Miami Commit-
tee for Vocational Training and
Medical Services in Israel which
is co-sponsoring the Third Seder.
Working with K'fkin am' F
Continued on Hage 6-B
Ghetto Memorial
Slated on Beach
Mass commemoration ol the 24th
ersary of the Warsaw Ghetto
Will be held at Ida M
Community School Audi-
r Wednesday at 7 p.m.
Honored will be the memory of
-i\ million Jews who tucumbed
the Hitler era holocaust
Program will include the Jew-
ish Folk Chorus, Barnett Brees
kin, conductor, and Kay Sestok,
piano; Mordecai Yardeini, cantor
and Yiddish folk singer; and
Esther Barrett, pianist. Anne Sa-
f'an, poet and novelist, is chair-
man of the memorial evening.
s win include Rabbi Max
Shapiro, of Beth Kodesh Congre
ration; Jack Gordon, president of
Washington Federal Savine* Bnd
Loan Association and member of
the Dade Count] School Board
and Louis- Bially.
The event is being sponsored by
American Jewish Congress ol Mi-
ami, Council of Reading Clubs.
Emma Lazarus Jewish Women's
Club-. Four Freedoms Cultural
Club, Flamingo Park Forum,
Greater Miami Benevolent Society.
Public Information Forum. Senior
ot /ens clubs, Dr Schorr's Beach
Forum. Young Men's and Y
Women's Hebrew Association of
Greater Miami.
The week beginning Monday, Apr. 10. was proclaimed He-
brew Academy Week, during which parents and friends ot
the Academy dedicated their efforts to acquaint the com-
munity at large with the schools' program of education. Mrs.
Samuel Rosner (left), president of the Hebrew Academy Wom-
en, looks on as Miami Beach Mayor Elliott Roosevelt presents
a proclamation to Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, principal, and
Mrs. Charles Simon, Hebrew Academy Women's "Parent of
the Yeai."
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MIAMI Monday. Thursday. Friday. 10 to 9 30
Tuatday. Wednesday. Saturday. 10 to 5 30
DADELAND Monday through Friday. 10 to 9:30
Saturday 10 to 5:30
PASSOVER
and its warm tradition
of entertaining
jm's imported wines
Choose Cherry Ki|afa from Denmark |
or Carmel wines from Israel
champagne, pink champagne sweet
dessert wines and dry table wines.
barton's delicious sweets
To give and to serve, a delectable s
selection of Barton's candies and
cakes all kosher for Passover
Chocolate macaroons, 12 oz 1.25 t
Chocolate matzohs, milk
or parve, 13 oz 1.98
Marshmallow fluffs, 1 II' 2.00
Matzoh balls 24 pie 2.00
Passover cookies. 13 oz 2.25
Petit Fours, 20 pieces 2.25
Choco I lb 2.25
15 pieo.' 2.25
2.49
imported sweets and nuts
A eryone,
sorted from Isr '">er
Passovi
Nut and Fruit I I OZ 1 00
hers long chocolate 1.15
Holiday dessert chocolates 1.29
8 oz boxes of
cashews, red pistachio or
natural 1.39
Assorted candies in 1 lb tins 1 89
Heritage chocoLve assortment 2.75
V FINE FOODS FIRST FLOOR
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Friday. April :*
1967
Dr. Ring Featured At Final Meet
ScMOB*! closir.2 meeting for Algiers Hotel
HadMMh will feature Dr Program chairmar.
Gordon Ring a* guest Joseph Rappapor
Wednesday noon at the Michael Fetnateia :
"her touch
makes the difference
>. Ma A. L;psch:tz of Beth
Tcrah Ccr.rre-rr-icr. meeting with ieilow-
:_rists who cm for the Beth
T:.-rh Ccuuvcui -c Isrr- xthcoming aum-
--?: The contingent will leave SS
iom on June 30. Others will lecve cr. El A!
Airline* mi fuly '.1 Mi Scm Rosenkranz,
iding r.ext to D: the) Bor.
V:v;ge Travel Agency and :s in chargt
travel srranoementi
Torah Club Ends Ttli Study Year

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Book by Gold
Is Reviewed
. leader of Florida Hadai
Fathers." by
for th? Liz
Group of Hadassjh T..
wa< hd I in -he card room
e 100 Lincoln Road I
Lincoln Group, organized
year, ia the twenty-first unit
ecome par. of the Miami
-ah
Ruth Fauer was arrange-
- chairman, and Mr- Nor
Meyers served a* chairman of
jay
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Your matzo
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Breakstone
Wher you sit down to enjoy a crisp ma"
its nice to know that Breakstofi
break up a goo,: I
So this Passover, butter your m
cottage-cheese it. slather it with sour craar
make it more tempting with Temp-Tee
whipped cream cheese.
Then, go right on spreading Breakstone
throughout the year. (Not to mention m
scooping and dipping )
Kosher for Passover Creamed Cottage Cheese r
Style Cottage Cheese, Tiny Soft Curd Cottage Che*
P;t Style Cottage Cheese. Farmer Cheese. Ten
Whipped Cream Cheese, Sour C-
S*eet Print Butter. Certified by Rabbi Jacob Cohen,
Spring Valley, N.Y.
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eJewisBi Floridian
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Pace S-r
I i members of the S'~terhood of Temple En
:.t Torch Fund brunch held at the home of Mrs. Sol Gold-
are 'left to light) Mrs. Goldstein, hostess; Mrs. Leonard
amson, president; Mrs. Herbert Cohen, chai'mon r>f th
and Mrs. Irving Lehrman, grouped around the "Semi-
Tree of Life." The brunch is an annual event held tor
he combined campaiqn of the Torah Fund and the Matilda
S hechter Residence Hall at the Jewish Theological Seminary
: America.
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Former Nazi Victim
To Speak Before CJA
Women's Division
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K, SARFI ^POVP
Pr Irving l-ehrman. victim of
ill of those frrak home acci-
- last Saturday, all done up
i leg cast The popular
munity leader and rabbi of
remple Kmanu Kl will be miss
orn ti i usual haunts for several
Bui even the east will
oon before the deluge of
.....- and "'>;et well' message?
\.-itor> from Baltimore male-
doubl) sure of thru welcome
remembered t<> bring Iocs
t< Peggy Jacobs several snap
i>f her daughter ins. hubb>
i in n Schein, attorney, and
-u: Bruce Da> id a manlj nine
ii old At rival", wh
ri ulai i
I Coasl Mr and Mi Ji
! n vin's parents.
Maurice Levy, his aunt, anc
i 01 ence ; Mi Raymond) Hai I
The holidav visit was hint and
the weather left much to be de-
sired, but nothing could dim tii
joy in the home of Frances ai .1
Eli Meltzer when son Harve)
brought wife, Dorothy, daughter
Robin 7. and Shawn 8 months, to
Miami Beach all the way from
Pomona, Calif., where the famil>
has been living for the pas! three
years The group had last been
[her when the senior Meltzers
stopped off in California on their
way to the Orient At that
.time, new grandson had been a
tendet H weeks old.
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Mrs Gerda Weissman Klein,
whose moving autobiography, "All
Hut My l ife." based on her ex-
periences m Nazi occupied Hum pe
has been heralded as one of the
great human documents to come
out of World War II, will he guest
sp aker at the "No Minimum'" lun
cheon of the Combined Jew ish
Appeals Youn>j Women's Division
this Monday at Weatview Country
Club.
Mrs Klein was born in Bielitz.
Poland. In 1924. where she lived
with her parents and younger
brother at the time the German
armies occupied Poland in 1939.
After spending three years in the
Bielitz Ghetto, a period marked by
the deaths of her parents and
brother, she was deportee: first to
,i transit camp and 'hen to a sue
cession ol concentration camps as
;> slave laborer.
In the mid winter of 1945, as the
Nazi empire benan to crumble be-
fore the advancing Allied forces,
the 4.000 women inmates of her
camp in Silt sia were driven 1.000
miles eastward toward Czechoslo-
vakia by the Gestapo When the
march came to a hall in ;> small
village in thai country, there were
les than 211 sun ivors
However, fate intervened for
Mrs Kl in in the form
i ont ent of I'.S
l l.t Km; K
which thai villa-..
she married him soon there
after and came to the United
States
Her book, "All But M> Life,"
has been hailed by critics in the
United states. England and Hoi
land as "one of the most moving
and beautifully-written hoiks of
Jewish suffering and survival.' It
has also been placed in the Ri itish
War Museum as a refe;ei.ee work
on European history.
The "No Minimum'' luncheon,
co-chaired by Mrs. Howard Ayares
and Mrs. Marvin Gillman. also fea-
tures a fashion show presentation
by Sandra Post
The combined Jewish Appeal's
Young Women's Division event is
scheduled for 11:30 a.m.
/W*S. GtKDA KltlN
Temple Carnival
A carnival and bazaar IS
held by Temple B'nai Sholom arid
Its Sisterhood on the newlv
chased five acres of land at 275
NW 199th St where a new t. e
will be built eventually.
Starting at 10 a.m.. on Su
Apr. 9. the amusement show
complete with food, games. -
and prizes
sover
0wd
em
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. tz/rbout jrcoplc ami jr (aces .
PIL5 3 OUTSIDE SNOW AND SKIS
snow and skis were outride Westview
i i :\ Club Entering, you walked right Into a
wias Child with n hufa fireplace, with iron
g kettles and a live black and white <;t
it brlonsed to Mr. Bruno Mlnaril sitting
it of n Swiss food (including all kinds of
, -1 wm served by waiters and waitn
s- costumes, Centerpieces were little Swiss
. set In the center of each table. No yodel
it dancing was the evening's entertainment
id Mrs Howard Kuld lllnian had as their
I)r Janet Trevelle (president Kennedy's
I and her husband. John W, G. Powell.
Mr uiderson Rosenbloom and Mr Dan Rosen
Other guests enjoying being in the Alps
Mr and Mrs. Kenneth .1 Light, Mr and
toward Ayares, Mr. and Mrs. Dan B Rub-
[abbi and Mrs Joseph N'aiot. Mr. and Mrs
rd W'it'ii. Mr. and Mrs Alex Manson, Mr
?Irs Bernard Peterson. Mi and Mrs Hein>
an, ami Mr and Mrs Louis Davidson
IT r A "FUR" PIECE
"in Anita (Mrs Jack) Crown's home in Surf
i Alfred Boa/ s house in the Southwest
.;;b St. it's thirty miles That-. ;i long ua\
to have a date But after the 20th "f
April. Alfie won't have to drive so far because
on that daj be and Anita arc geting married
THE WEARING OF THE GREEN
Carol Bookbinder, daughter of Mr and Mrs
Charles Bookbinder, and Richard Eisenman, sen
ol Mr and Mr^ Robert Eisenman, will celebrate
si Patrick's Day everj war They dec led to
gel man icd. found themselves an adorable apart
went in North Miami, gathered their four par-
ents together and wen! to Judge Jason Berkn.an
and were married at five o'clock on Mar. 17.
They went to Duck Key for the weekend, then
hurried back to start to furnish tin li new home
ROZ SOLTZ DAY
Wednesday was Soltz Day foi Rev (.Mrs
Gerald) Solti Daughter Bonnie was elected to
the National Junior Honor Society at I Hades
Junior High School, and Rot '^ot a notification
from National Hadassah that she had been chosen
to lead the National Independence Hay Tour to
Israel and Europe The best part is that Bonnie
is going with her What part did the husband and
papa play in Soltz Day Well, Mr. Gerald Soltz
said "Fine" to Bonnie and "Yea, you can go" to
ROI
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fomen in Panel

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Miami Women s Division
Friends of the Heh
will present a panel o(
..iii'. talk about what it's
Jewi-li. <'atholic, Ne iro
i White Protestant to
10 a m in the Women's
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Dade i ount) housewive>
personal expert
Ihood, career days, and
rhey will conduct a
: answer period This
l i- the annual spring cul
hi the Amei ican
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til nt the Women Di
Philip F Thau will
the gathering with Mrs
mi acting a- iiiciii
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lo help ne women in
who wish to attend ihis
-bow featui!,.: the
nous at Jordan Marsh, a
. babj Bittin
ade ai ailable, and women
the "Y" tO niak.- such ai
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will be able to bur II en
to the "Y at 11 a m .
ndwich .Milk will be pro
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ni selling chance books
ipportttfritj to wm a KM
Marsh Gift Cert i1
are availabu al the
for the
Mrs Mat tin Stei i
i Ubet t hfi 'i i" i ol
u i. Jack Bairn, i
Howard Heyman
I Rheingold, Si
\le\ W'i'iiek.
'Woman of Valor"
program Theme
li'ti;il B'rith
ami Council, was i eld
n la) evening at Hillel
" ih Mrs Harold Feldman,
conducting the session
rhei : i he program in obset
I the Purim festival wa
I of \.....i.' presented bj
11 ilaengel, chairman, adull
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Tomatoes Schav
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Temple Emanu-El Reelects
Boderman to Prexy's Post
reelected
if i Emanu-El al
mei ting and
:., I ontainebleau
\pr. 8.
an I n prominent
mi B< ach community for
10 j d has serv< d
. .inn El tor much of 11i
treasurer and vice presi
father, the lat< Joaei h
. ,i i no oi the founders
n n ition, and tin' en-
Bi man fanuh has been ac-
temple
l Boderman is a past vice
of the Sisterhood, and
ervtd in many key positions
he years.
\ls,. ne of the leading civic
the c immunity, Boder
. ding the construction of
R id Mall
tn serve with Boderman
Sj jel N Friedland, chair
be board; Mayer H Fran-
'i M Lipton, Joseph M
Harry Su-kin. honorary
nU Bernard I Binder,
. Frehling, Chai los
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C
lurers Harry
.i .ii y; Dr Slu in;, n K
Kaplan and Harrj A Lev) associ
< -. Abe lireen, finan
r al ii cretarj. Joseph Hoffman,
ii and Herbert s Sha-
Delate financial secretai ies;
Dr ilciman it Mechlowitz, re
coi dii seci etarj
Dr 11 \ ing Lehi man is spii itual
I, nple Emanu-El.
MAX BODIKMAN
vice presidents; Samuel Lipton,
tn asurei Jack Taylor and Sydnej
Rhoda Levine To
Serve 12th Term
Rhoda M Levine will he installed
ror a 12th term as president of
the Fight for Sight Chapter named
n hei honor.
The luncheon meeting on Tues-
lay, 12:15 p m.. at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel will also be the group's
12lh installation ceremoin
Judge Jason Berkman will serve
as installing officer, and a musical
lOgiam will complete the after-
noon agenda
Expertise in the use of the telephone is en absolute necessity
fci these volur leers who take part in the Dial-a-Thon oi the
Combined Jewish Appeal's Women's Committee for the
1967 CJA solicitation campaiqn. Left to riqht are Mrs. Herman
Goldstein, Miss Hannah Maidman (slcndin- and Mrs. Sylvia
Leibman members of the Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary. De-
partment of Florida, doing their share for the community wide
drive.


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On
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Hai rj Peai Iman, hon
. pr< Jack earner,
hen. Judge Irving I ypen,
; A .1 Molasky,
Ii i Muss, Jack
J falianoff
mian to Serve
State Body
imi, ha
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ly-ci
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la I>i
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with the
. for 30 yeai -
Beach Residents
On Israel Tour
I Mn lore H< i/. of
t:h SI Bi ach art
- special an
. si it pr nt
Mrs is a member
Herzl Gi up
adass i I; rour
totsteps of the
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: approp
fron I '
cei ned took
I tills
v Bo t" lilt?
:
- Mi second t isll to
Medical Cen
. -. beautiful i
Ml. : inoal
III ;ill :.
1 i Hadassah membei
the 11 nit-- "i
i i for herself."

Ml. AND MKS. MfffZ
3Me C Ja/j/tr/cJwtr
Again and again the mystic figure 4 appears in our Passover
ceremonial. We sip four cups of wine, we partake of four spe-
cial foods, we ask four questions, we recall the four pledgee of
redemption, we relate the parable of the four sons, and we
sing of the four matriarchs.
Rich in meaning, rich in memory is every historic detail of this
centuries-old family eeUbration. We at Standard Brands are
honored that our Kosher-for-1'assover products play a part in
your rejoicing and are welcome in your home all year.
We join you In the hope thai the Festival of Freedom will
bring freedom to all Israel and to all the children of men. And
to you and your family we say-Chug Someach, Guten
YomtOV, Happy Passover'.
I
Certified Kosher for Passover by Rabbi Dr. J. II. Ratbag


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yours,
L
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PROGRAM OF SELECTED MUSIC
Cantor kyrr in Beth Am Eve
ANNUAL Associates dinner
dance of the Greater Miami
r;iitdtM> University club was
eld Sainrday evening ;it Weal
lev/ Country Club Evening i
lairsnan was Dr. Stanley Prabl
m. whose wile ihose a white silk
repe with rhinestone* studding
le neckline, and the silhoneUe
as in the popular waist skini-
ling effect
Mrs. John Seibins white satin
limner had a modified standup
eckline, and the long torso .a
ted with a sell Fabric bell
Irs Ralph Spero chose an ice
lue woven silk cocktail ensemble
ith a matching colored chantilly
., blouse Her jacket was ii .
lodified cutaway style Black
tiffon in the bodice and black
epe in the sheath *kir: was Mrs
ie Mm Kane's I oice I he
.ii-- was deailed with black peau
e soie Mrs Gerald olm wore a
piece j I'llow satin -hi
tted overblouse had a de
square neckline and was
o\er the hips Seed p<
the dress
A three puce white -ilk
^ cade ensemble was worn by
Howard Plant 'l he collar "t
- ime jeweled embroider) i
er overblouse Mrs Bess S
i hi se n aq .< h< at h w ith a
latching jacket Her -ilk
- -ml
ystals and aqua beads A Mack
skirt topped with a jet -
lined I Hong K
as worn by Ml iil*r
mt.'i res dents
eck. N Y were th-' F ed '
For the occasion Mrs
i ladstont chose a lemon brocade
.nsemble with a sequmed bodice
Her matching cocktail trench coat
was belted in the N'orell manner.
MM Bernard Milloff Union
yellow waffle pique featured the
double breasted jacket with
-old rhinestone buttons A pan
of buttons also appeared on her
sleeves Mrs Mark Harris selected
a white satin two piece silk
dynasty brocade The fabric ua-
heavily brocaded on the bodice
White silk brocade was also the
choice of Mr- Jerry Buchbinder.
Rhinestone buttons trimmed her
hip-length jacket Mrs l//> Karp
wore black chiffon with gold
leaves embroidered in an overall
pattern Her lace stole was in
gold
|u|RS. Samuel Brown chOM
" a blue and gold lame Mi
semble with matching hoc-. Mrs
Herman E Leeks wore a gold
dynastj satin sheath with
-coup neckline and short sleeves
the -heath I
houette covered with jet pail-
lette- was the i hoice of Mrs Nat
\.im>! Mrs Harold Rose wore an
ice blue -ilk crept two piece
dress White chalk !> KJf I
the neckline and hemline of the
overblouse, and her -kirt was
pleated
chiffon, in the tent -il
houette. was worn bj Mrs G4lbet1
Friedman Her high neckline
lined rosettes of black chiffon
Mrs Helen /ridler'- ncal blue
-ilk crepe featured i w lor beads
(in her bodice Mrs Kaj Saser -
pink silk cocktail ensemble
the high standup neckline Mrs
Max h lir made her mauve -aim
ktail ensemble She used re
embroidered alencon lace appli-
ques to trim her matching color
chiffon blouse
A program of selected mu-ic b>
Jewish composers, modern and an-
cient, will be presented by Cantor
Michael Kyrr at the Friday evening
sen-ices at Temple Beth Am
Cantor Kyrr will also sing selec-
tions from "The Sound of Music."
bj Richard Rodgers, "Exodus
and some Israeli and European
themes Rabbi Herbert Bourn
will narrate
Cantor Kyrr majored in music
and philosophy and holds a BA
and Bachelor of Sacred Music de-
gree. He has been the recipient
of several vocal scholarships.
Cantor Kyrr's career has includ-
ed singing in Europe and the
United States under the batons
of many outstanding conductors.
He ha.- also appeared on radio
MIDTOWN CLUB BEVERAGES
GINGER ALE CLUB SODA
TRU FRUIT (Block Cherry, Black Raspberry & Orange)
Koshvr for PasHorvr
CINDER SUPERVISION Of
Rabbi Dr. Tiboi H. Stern
SOLD EXCLUSIVELY AT ALL
FOOD FAIR STORES
CANTOR MICHAEL KTRt
Day-Long Bazaar
Aids School Fund
l'l lie ed- I' om the .ill il;i\ ba
sponsored bj Temple Beth Sholom
i : hood on Wednesdaj went to
the Religious School Subsidy Fund
\ir- Se>mour Silverman is Sister
hood president
Vice president, Mrs Marvin
Mar- in charge ot the project wa-
ted bj Mo-dame- Max Apple
baum, Matthew Commanday, Sam
I ueI Kahn. Marvin Cooper, Sam
Hirsch, Norman Russ, Harold Gra-
noff. Cele Swickle and Bertha
Davidson
A special Bjtfl bouti(|iie committee
wai chaired b)f Mrs \|e\ Stander.
with committee members, Mes
dame- Solomon P (ioldman. S\d
Levy, Nathan Berkin. Samuel Gra-
nol and Margaret (iondnian
HAVE A DELICIOUS
Manischewitz
PASSOVER
Dr. Silvermans
Host Coffee-Meet
At a coffee meeting rn Tuea
! day. Ill a m the Island V '"v llo-pi
tal Women's Committee will hear
i talk by Enoch Sprague on de-
velopments In patient treatment
, techniques
Sprague is i coronar;
and pioneei ii
mental held of ( lii inc
Plans foi an the
atoi e Dali iHecti in
shewing will be items on the a ten
da t" ba conducted by Mr- h I
Granoff, president Thi in
c- ntl> pli iO.OOQ to th
Sio million n ent i
The coffee is bi
home of Dr and Mi- Leonard Sil
i \erman. 45W Adam- VvenUC
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and television programs and in the I temple, Cantor Kyrr maintain i
opera aid theatre voice studio which ha- produced
in addition to his work at the several award-winning stud*
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL
1545 JEFFERSON AVENUE. MIAMI BEACH
ABE WAGNER, President
MEMORIAL SERVICES
FOR THE SIX MILLION MARTYRS
Who Perished Under The Nazi Terror
Will Be Held This
SUNDAY. APRIL 16th AT 8 P.M.
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
WILL BE OUR GUEST SPEAKER
CANTOR SAUl H. BRFfH AND CHOIR
Undei Mt. Aaron- Krashintky
will render appropriate chants
PUBLIC CORDIALLY INVITED
ABYSCH S PERL Chairman
P
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May I, 1967
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403 Florida Theatre Building Si. Petersburg, Florida
Phone 862-0381
ACDRESS
NAME
CITY
STATE
MESIVTA OF GREATER MIAMI
LOUIS MERWITZER HIGH SCHOOL
invites YOU TO A
PASSOVER CONCERT
SATURDAY
APRIL 27
830 P.M.
HEBREW ACADEMY
IDA APPEL AUDITORIUM
SOI. ZIMEL has made
appeaiances on majo
Tel-
which have won him
i.iHinimous r v- : "i
from the critics.
SOL ZIMEL. Laapirad w
talent, is a brilliant
colorful and excitinc, W
CANTOR SOI ZIMEL
mil PRESENT A PROGRAM OF
YIDDISH, ISRAELI, CANTORIAl, SHOW TUNES AND
OPERATIC MUSIC
for Information and Tickets
Calf Mesivta -1965 Alton Road JE 8-5543


lYiday. April 14. 1967
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Paqe ll-B
^ JMitzsalt
*
Iris Reiter
Iris Mil iam, daughter o( Mr and
[.Mrs Victor Reiter, 1275 Mariola
i i oral Gables, will become Bas
Msiy. ah al Temple Judi .i on Sal
ay, Vpr. 19
in- iii be Ihe first person to
read from the new Sacred Torah,
n b crated Fi iday night,
donated bj her grandparents, Mr
.,ii,l Mrs \ H, Helfgott.
Iris is ,i seventh grade student
.ii Ponci Junior High, and lias at
tended Temple Judea since nursery
school she is Interested in
athletics, music and art She re
centlj won first prise In the Art
\ Contest sponsored by the
Bureau <>f Jewish Education, and
eceived honorable mention al the
ce Fair Iris will continue hei
us education through Con
at ion.
Kiddush and luncheon in Iris
will be sponsored bj her par-
ents i tut Of-tOW n -ill's) m ill 111
grandparents. Mi and
Mrs \ II Helfgott. Mr and Mrs
Chci new. ol Pittsburgh, Pa .
Mr .' d Mi s Max Helman and Mrs
Raj i irecnb* ire. Md
Alan Marder
j aftei noon Kpt 19,
p 1,1 Alan Eiic, -on ol Mr
Mrs Martj Marder, 1640 S.
Ir.-.i < Bar Mitzvah
coMPutTe
CHEESE
Have &ome real soon-com-
i te in this package. Now. a
tender, cruncliy crust is easier
and quicker than ever to pie-
pare, everytime! Rich, truo
Italian pizza sauce seasoned
with licrbs and spices Topped
with choice Italian-style
cheeses.
ENJOY SOME SOONI
in the d Goldic l
a stud* Nautilus
Junior High and T mple N< r
'Mis Sell
He enjoj s musii
\ on will lered
S .u the Al. iers H itel on Sat
aj evenin
Craig Weisir.an
Craig, -'in ol Mi and Mrs Gi
VVeisman, will observe his Bar
M Izvah "ii Saturday morning, Apr
15 at Temple Zion.
Craig Is a seventh grade student
at Glades Junior High and plays
the clarinet in the school band. He
is interested In wood modeling
Mi and Mr- Weisman will host
i In- Kiddush following the services,
and a luncheon at ihe David Wil
liam Vpartment Restaurant in
in honor of the cele
branl
Jeffrey Rosenberg
i in Saturday morning. Apr 15,
Jeffn Mrs Lester
Rosci I lo Ihe
I on as a Bai Mitzvah al remple
Zion
is a seventh grade stu
al West Miami and is interest
n -'amp collecting He is a
member of Ten pie Zion Seoul
p where his father is assist
ant scout master
Mr ami Mrs Id il! host
the Kiddush following the services
c< ption at home Saturda>
Evan Levine
Evan Richard. Mr and
Mrs Philip Lcvini 424 s\\
Avc will becomt Bar Mitzvah al
Sat day, Apr
15 n, raditional
ah
at Kinloch
i
School He
the school
and Mrs i e> ini will host the
thi servii
Baton Beck
l"7th SI
,)' h. come Bai
Torah on Saturda v>"
Ba on will graduali t Ma> from
Ihe Beth Torah R< "- School
He tt "i sports and is a guitar
enthusiast
\ dinner reception v ill be hew
Saturda> nighl al the Beau Rivagc
Hotel
Helping t celebrate the occa
moii will be grandparents, Mr and
Mrs Dai iel Huttner, ol ( hicago
and Mr and Mrs Louis Beck, ol
1 Tampa
Olivia Levin
Olivia Sue. daughter ol Mrs
Trixle Levin, and the late Reuben
,, in< will become Bas Mitzvah on
Saturda'. Apr. 15. at Tempu
Emanu El. ,
Olivia is in the eighth grade ii
[da M Fisher Junior High and i-
eontlnulng her Hebrew education
m attending the Bureau ol Jewish
Education Hebrew High School
she is a member ol the National
Junior Honor Society, and in
(created In drama.
rne celebrant will be honored
;,t a KlddUSh in Sirkm Hall fol
lowing the seiMce.
--''
Jeffrey Kasjel
Iris Reiter
Harold Trogosh
Mart'.a Terncr
Baron Beck
Mis Mary Bricker, Olivia's ma-
tvil
Ihe event
Jeffrey Kassel
ini Saturdaj morning, \pr 19,
at Temple Ncr Tamid, Jeffrey Don,
-"ii of Mr and Mrs Morris Ka-
sei. 191071st St will be Bar Mitz
vah
Jeffrej is a student at Nautilus
Junioi li li and Temple Ncr
I0US School
\ Kiddush ill follow Ihe sen
ices, and on Sunday, a lecept on
the sir Herbert Motel will be
tendered Jeffrej in honor of his
Bar Mn.'. ah
Haro'd Tragash
Harold > haj les, son .. VI
White Rock
Beverages
GINGER ALE and CLUB SODA
Ko.s#i UNDER SUPERVISION Of
Rabbi Dr. Tibor H. Stern
Botiltd end Attributed by
SOUTHERN BEVERAGES, INC.
CAIL NE 4-7633
i i h,i : i
ir/ uh ui Satui'. .i.i
Api l". al i en pie Mono
Harold attends the temple i
gious School, and is a r of
the Junior I ho r He al att< nils
Nautilus Junior High, n he is
a member Ol the Science Club and
plays clarinet in the school hand
Harold is the grandsoi o! Mrs
Ceil Consovoy, of Miami Beach.
and Mis Dora Tragash, >t Saddle
Brook. N a*.
The celebrant will b< I.......I al
a Kiddush m the social li I
sen ices, and a re t ion at
the Royal Hungarian on Saturday
e\e'ui g
Marcia Terner
Marcia, da
Mrs. 1 141 'H A' p.,
will be I, VI ah at I
! orah on I \>r.
14.
Marcia i- an honoi stt ion i
the Reli : .- School an j
Nautilus Junioi II
Richard Nelson
If'i hai d. son ol Mr arc i -.
Henry Nelson 1120 NE I69tli l r ,
will become Bai Mitzvah on Sa'ur-
day morning Apr 15, I I li
Toia I
Helayne Stern
lielaj i e. da,., hter ol i I
Alvin Stern. 2041 NE I
North Mian Beach, mil
Bas \: iizvah on Fridi \ n
ing, Apr u
Rabbi Soloveichik,
Rabbi Bialik and many
prominent Rabbis bake
Shmurah matzos at Streit's
Inspection by these prominent Rabbis
guarantees Streit's Passover matzos are
being made in accordance with the rigid
precepts of Kashruth.
The strict observation of the Law, the
traditional purification of the ovens and
special vessels used, and the ritual baking
Of the Passover matzos assure even the
most learned, most reverent Jews that
they may partake of Streit's Passover
matzos with confidence.
The Streit brothers, Irving and Jack ex-
press for the entire Streit family the wish
that, "they may share-as their father
and his father before him-thc Kovod
derived, more precious than the gold of
Ophir. knowing that Streit matzos will
again pla\ the significant role in the Pass-
over ceremony as they have tor over half
a century."
Streit's has everything Kosher I or Pass-
over! Matzos, Egg Matzos. Matzo Meal.
Cake Mixes (with baking pans). Mandel
Loaf (fruit tilled or cinnamon raisin).
low calorie French Dressing. Dessert Jel
(the Kosher Jel without gelatin"). Dietetic
Kichel (approximately 12 calorics per
sen ing). Fruit Slices. Cakes. Brownies.
Macaroons, Potato Pancake Mixes and
many more food products.
no*1? to
under rabbinical supervision of
RABBI AARON SOLOVEICHIK
RABBI NATHAN BIALIK
oassover
matzos

4n^2
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Amu Sir*!, toe., I3 Rivimwn SV Nc Voik N V. 10002.


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watch i B 'he wj SI I i to
the articles 'ha: her little
arms cojldn'1 quite grasp Mosl of
: '-lit re.'.
had two ma
a1 ism and education, at Flor
ii a Stall i niverritj. .'.hen- the
. hed in Ihre yeai
Along with :..- two majors, -he
had a h rd. because that is where
h met Andre Those were the
JO d old days when she made
thirty cents an hour working on
'.. college newspaper They were
married after Andre received two
tf h degri es and Ii sonville where two of their three
Daughters were born The eldest
i- iaudia. now Mr- Robert Salomon, who ha* one clau^h
tei Sbanya who real!) a Shanys, according to her crand
mother, next. Klandra. who is now Mrs Edward Dato. and
Pamela, the thud daughter, who wai bom aftei the)
to Miami about twenty yean ago Sh<- il still in school,
does modeling for Jordan Marsh, and wears a ^ize 3 or. if
available, a size Her mother -.hake- her bead in dii
beiu-i at these ilzes
Helen transferred her interests and activities to the
community here when she moved from Jacksonville. Andre
was professor of psychology at Jacksonville University
Arriving ill Miami Beach, he started the Whitefitld School
to help students prepare for college Helen has been, and
is deal here, and -he rattles <>ff with pride the name- of
outstandini tudents who have made such a success in
their bu d p< rsonal liv< -
It amas much of herself Helen can crowd
that >he think- are important When
ubjects wen n.ath and algebra
ati work at the university, and is mosl
math that is causing so man) fathers
II erst will their children's homework S
rth Helen does a lot of French
i
es
Ihej have to go to England to visit the
II) on Helen side Since A
Zionist, they have hi en to 1
; ride all Jew- feel when the) m<-
paxl that they I matter how small, in the
pertaining to children or the
I ii unity or nation to make a better
wot toda) is what Helen believes in
i the board ol Temple Emai
Itte* to I t the young folks
i ces Not only does she enjoy going to
hut she is working toward the day when Miami
havi ol Its own for the performing arts,
for the Drama League of Miami Not
with Helen; it i-- her way of life
bei itification committee of Miami Beach,
among other- oi National Council of
can Jewish Congn is, and B'nai
tnd Helen's Interest in international rela-
has deepened since her husband has become pres-
(he Miami Beach Chapter of the United Nations
shouldn't CO I Surprise to find that Helen Ll
interested In politics she wear- two Democratic hats, one
the executive committee of the Democratic
il I'lo ida. and one a- flxsl vice president
. Stevenson Democratic i lut To top all of
Helen was lust Installed as president of the Florida
lunini Club of Dade Countv Quite a
d o thinks Andre oi whom Helen thinks lhat
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Judith Haber,
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I Mr- Jack Geyer, of
2nd Ave
aduated from Southwest
n il. v. here -he was an
tit and member of the
stra She is past presi-
member of Talon
B'ritfa Qtrls. She h
atti Emory L'ni
\tlanta majoring in
ii language*.
ce graduated trom Coral
ii i : iw attends
titute of Technology,
In the [nsti-
md Electrical
He hold the office of
m al fraternity,
. take place o:
MIS: JJS.TH HAZtH
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graduate ol
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Por id School
junior at
S :. 'arolina.
in
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n at the Kindlcr home
evi ninj \pr. 1. The
planned for June 11.
Frances Solcol,
Stephen Hertz,
Exchange Vows
Th" former Prances Diane Sokcl
md s ephen Allan Hertz were
!). al the Seville Hotel. Rabbi Max
i officiated at the double
ceremony.
For her wadding, the br*de wore
i floor length gown of peau de
o'e !i ch featured a sweetheart
neckline and point-to-finger slee' s
I he empire waist . ued with hand-drawn
mi lace and 'he fourt.
' on veil was h Id by a head
i i la< and -. ed p larls
danh were Mrs M
Wofman and Am e Hertz the
1. w !h rhai lot i.s
an l Mrs Han N m in.
.i psmi
Garj Still : servi d as best
': ird i ol
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MISS fAITH KINDltB
ucents In Model Seder
10.30 a.m., Cohen, will host the morning's ac-
5C
>. Jay mornin
of TemjkU N'er Tainid tivities
school wtl participate in-----------
ft v' ler in Sklar Auditorium
for the occasion by
e Uibovitx, the observ-1
'>< titled, "A I'asaover
i\ iel Russia,'' and will
celebrated In
d as it is celebrated be-
on Curtain.
chman, principal of the
School, is in charge of
der VIP Verj I i
nts ReligiOUS School
hairmanship
Pi a n an asi
1 lui iel Oppenheimer, Mrs,
nthal nd Mrs. 1 ouis
el Changes Hands
Democratic
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Di Lido Hob R p
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Glasser as
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Jerry R Cavell. of 1790O NE loth
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by the lustra Lighting Division of '
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Henry Edward Schultz. honorary
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will be guesl speaker this i-'riday
evening a! Temple Emanu Kl
Schultz served as national chair-
man of the Anti Defamation League
from 19,")2 to 1962 He has been a
member of the Board of Higher
Education of the < ity of New York
since 1041
He i- v ce president and general
counsel of I> Williams Company
in New York City.
Spiritual leader of Temple
Emanu-EI is Dr. Irving Lehrman,
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Ian Peerce returns to the
Deauville Hotel once more
to conduct the annual Seders
on Apr. 24 and Apr 25. The
Metropolitan Opera tenor
will sinq the historic story of
the struggle of the Jews for
human freedom at the tradi-
tional ceremonies. Reserva-
tions are open to the public.
Sisterhood Lists
Annual Luncheon
For Torah Fund
Torah Fund lun
Beth Torah Mi I Kah iner
lake |
: I 30 m in the social hall.
The Torah '
in,, program of the Jewish The
";":.K1,-;n' v''- Seminary of line.
' \ iti Ral School.
".' M".'I"V "''' T. [nstitut i antorial In-
"' ;"1'1 s,dn > I .lie e foi Women ,
ititute ol Ethics, but concentrate*
Israelite Plans on ,,u' MthiMa Schechter Reai-
inwnr nanaaj dence HaI| whu.h wjll ||ouM (he
Din nor nnnra female itudenta studying at the
inner UUntt Seminar) from all over tin- United
IaraaMte Center Religious School s,a,( s
will hol.l its annual dinner dance Honorary chairman of the daj
at the Sterling Hotel on Sunday wll be Mrs Max Lipschitx, with
evening n> Moms is dinner Motdamej Ewald ZWer, Jacob
chairman Renter, Ben Zion KirM-hcnbaum.
Chester I,itir and Albert ZlaV ,nd Abraham Gittelson. co-chair-
man are fund-raising co-chairmen. men
Williami Drurkit is president, and s> d SkoNkv. entertainer will
tabb. Ayrom I Draxin la spiritual present a one-woman ahov a, a
laader of Israelite ( enter hia-hliiiht of the luncheon
BB Sholom Lodge
Chooses Haber
As 42nd Prexy
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T-_s'es t-t Leo Alrod, It
reel BXIinkoff Herman Binder,
Arthur Deu'sch. WMIiam Fried-
man. Jack Kirschbaurr Joveori
Lipton Martin Parma, Louis R*
binowiti Moe Schatjman Fred
K. Shochet William Thompson
Joseph Weisheus, Arthur Zwei
genthal. and all past presidents
of Sholem Lodge
'' ;-- .rani were
Mar
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invocation, and
n K Habit and Claude I. fj
who made the award
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New lodge president, Haber of
6291 SW 63rd Ave.. came here
from Yonkers IS years ago He
owns the Guardian Mortgage and
Investment Co'p. and over the
years he-e has managed many of
the Wometco Theatres
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bers finalizing plans for the annual Torah Fund Luncheon
taking place on Tuesday, 11:30 a.m., in the synagogue social
hall, are Mrs. Ewald Ziffer. Mrs. Abraham Gittelson, M*s
Ben-Zion Kirschenbaum and Mrs. Jacob Renzer. Mrs Max
Lipschitz serves as honorary chairman of the luncheon.


Friday. April 14. 1967
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Nazis
Suffer
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Rabbi Dr. Joseph H. Lookstein comments to other leading
New York rabbis during the baking of Matzoh Shmurah at the
Horowitz-Margareten Long Island City plant. Matzoh Shmurah
is governed by special regulations and baked with extra
are. It is customarily eaten during the Seder service nights.
Some, however, eat Matzoh Shmurah exclusively during the
Passover holidays. Horowitz-Margareten is the only national
bakery which produces Matzoh Shmurah for the general
public.
Mrs. Tendrich,
Beach Pioneer
Mn Bessie Tendrich. 74. of H420
I'inetree Dr., Miami Beach, died
on Apr. 10.
Mrs Tendrich came here 40 years
ago from Atlanta, Ga., and was a
member of Beth Jacob C'ongrcsa
lion. Temple Menorah. Hadassah,
Women's American ORT, and Pio-
neer Women.
She is survived by four sons, Isa
dore, Sam. Max and Moe, of Miami;
a daughter, Mrs. Malvin Enplander,
Miami Beach; sister, Mrs. Molly Eis-
enberc, Calif; 19 grandchildren and
four great-grandchildren.
Services were Apr. 12 at River-
side Normandy l)r Chapel, with
interment in Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
WIEN
ItKXMIK, Mr- ':'. nl 1710 V tri
iii. .1 Apr 10 She fume here S3
I in \. fork, "nl wan
i>l i'. mplti Kman i ki l
i ... i Khe uraa life mi m
. thi i. 'i II..in.- f"r Mi. AKed
Ml sin.ii lloepltal Am
Unit bvlongad i" Hadaaauh Wlfi
(he lull I ;-h \\". Ii. .mil in.Mi. i
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HATFIELD. Mi- Pe*g)...... Of 574S
.'..llin- .Ui S.rv h Api ii at
lliveraidi \<>rniunt\ talc Chapel
kaufman. Herman H., 77. ..f -tti
>\V 19th St. SVrvii-t-s Apr. f .il
lUvernidi Dotislaa H'l Chapal.
DRESNER. David !., .'.0. ..I S740 KW
loth si Service! Apr ii .it flordon
ill Home
goldsmith. Curt, 80, of IMI Marl
dian Am ftarvlci s Apr ii at River-
|d Si nil.in.I> i'r Ctiapel
lioeti. Herman A Jl, of 13S Marl-
,i .ii \\- Rarvlcea in Par Roekaway,
N ^ R|v< i -nl. Uton ltd. Chapel
ROUSSO. Mr- Sarah, *3, of 1000 Weal
A\e Service* in New York. River-
aide Alton ltd Chapel
SLOSSBERG. Jacob, 71. of M01 '",.1-
Inn Ave narvleea In Hartford, Conn
Klverable Normand) Dr Chapel.
, LlEBOHlTZ. Harry, if, ,,f 10S3 NK
100th S' s. i i. ,n Cleveland.
\. win n K in. r.,! I lonii
posnick. Edward, II, of 1**5 Pen
naylvania Av. s.-i-M. -- Mar SI
Blaalx a Chapel.
RAUCM, Norman si. ,.f JH0 II
In Service* Mae 31 at Rlveraldi
Normandy lala Chapel
SALIS. Jnnaph, 72. "f Ml
a-.. -. ,... Ma ii .it
Normandy lute *ha| I
BERKOWITZ. KVed, I*, of
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Hide Alton K.I i 'li.ii,. I
BLOCH. David, TB, "f 1478 NK
K S- : leva Mar SO al Rlvi Hide
N Mi.i, i Hi ... Ii Chapt I
ELLIS. Alexander, si. of Ruo Waahlnn-
llutlon Ave s.-i irkroa In Boatiffl
\. m in..n Funeral lion
malaga. Jack. M" hiaan
M, -..-..- Mn .'" ,i Ml N bo
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WALTER. S..I P
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JOIN US IN OUR
THIRD SEDER CELEBRATION
Saluting the State of Israel
On Its 19th Anniversary
Wednesday Evening Apr. 26. 1967
Hotel Fonlainebleau
(Passovet Dietary Laws Observed)
Supreme Court Justice
WILLIAM O. DOUGLAS
Guest Speaker
GALA PAGEANT
FROM BONDAGE TO FREEDOM'
ir A modern rendition of the Haggadah
ir Musical Program of Our People's Heritage
ir Rousing New Songs of Israel ..."
by CAN70R DAVID CONVISER
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LEON LINGER and JOSEPH A. NEVEL
Guests of Honor
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Newmark
Mr. Leo Mindlin
RESERVATIONS: 538-1231 or 538-9788
THE GREATER MIAMI COUNCIL FOR
VOCATIONAL TRAINING and MEDICAL SERVICES IN ISRAEL
JACOB RIFKIN, Chairman
Israel Hisradrut Committee of Greater Miami
SAMUEL FEINSTEIN, President
BONN (JTAi The crisis
within the neo-Nazi National Demo
critic Party (NPD), in which "mod-
ii ait- chairman Fritz Tbielen is
fighting for the leadership against
Adolf Von Thaddcn, the more ex-
tremist deputy national chairman,
seemed this week to be widening.
With several vital state elections
scheduled in key Weil German
provinces this spring, the NI'D ri-
valries were seen by democratic
forces here as leavening the
chances for NPD's further election
(uoceaaei
At an NPD rally in Karlesruhe,
Thielen announced that he was
taking legal action to remove
Otto Hess from his offices as the
party's propaganda chief. Hess,
a high ranking member of the
Nazi Party during Hitler's re-
gime, is n adherent of the von
Thadden faction.
Mrs. Larick
Passes Here, 78
Mrs. Evelyn (Plant) Larick, 78.
of 27 W. 72nd St.. New York City, j
passed away in Miami Beach
Wednesday.
Mrs. 1-arick was a pioneer Mi-
amian, having settled here in 1911,
where she made her home until
1947. With her former deceased
husband, Morris Plant, she was one
of the founders of Beth David Syn-
agogue and Temple Israel of Miami.
Mrs. Larick served as president
of the Sisterhoods of both con-
gregations and wii formerly a
member of the board of trustees
of Temple Israel.
She was a founder and president
; of the Miami Chapter of the Na
i tional Council of Jewish Women
and Hadassah.
She is survived by her husband.
Kmanuel I-arick; three sons. Alfred.
Sidney and Theodore Plant; and
sister! Mrs. Esther Waine, all of
New York City. She also leaves
eight urandchildren Services were
to be Thursday. 2 p.m.. at Temple
Israel under the direction of (lor
don Funeral Home, with interment
in Woodlawn Cemetery
The family will be receiving
friends Thursday evening and Fri-
day at the home of Myron ZeienU,
8943 Garland Ave. Surfside
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of Cantor David
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CHARTER CLUB FORMED HERE
Carrier, Stone Host
Weizmann Inaugural
Me]fe\wjLlhi ]F]Lo]r]Ldl]Tat]ti
Miami Florida, Friday. April 14. 1967
Sectior.
:il Mrs Stephen (arner and called, will develop a program dc
: Mrs Richard Stone were voted to keeping in touch with the
meat center of science and Hani
mg It will arrange programs and
conference! in an effort lo ex-
change ideas with local institu
tions of higher learning and en-
courage the development of sci-
ence-based industry to associate
with the Weizmann Institute
Attorneys present ai the ear-
ner home expressed intenM in
the endowment program through
wills and bequests.
sts at the first dinner meet
,,i ihe Charter Club of the
:i Institute Of Science
iung men and women, rep
the business and profes-
orld, met under the leader-
L'arner and Richard Stone.
State Senator.
t'eizmann Inatiuuc 01 Sci
ited in Rehovoth, Israel,
o itstanding Institution de-
pure and applied science
bj Dr Cliaim Weizmann,
statesman, and first
ol the State ol Israel
Tcday, the Institute's $100 mil
|ion complex has 19 faculties en-
In some 400 research proj-
cis. The Feinberg Graduate
School attended by 240 students
from Israel and abroad o'fers
Mil Waster of Science and PhD
degrees.
. Charter Club of the Weiz-
.mil Institute, as the newly
young leadership group is
The group was invited to send
representatives to the dedication
ceremonies of new buildings in
Ihe Department of Biology to
take place the latter part of Oc-
tober in connection with the 70th
birthday of Sir Isaac Wolfson,
noted British industrialist and
benefactor of the Institute.
Guests at the Stonc-Caincr al
fair were Albert Parker, of New
York; a member of the board ol
directors, who addressed the uroup.
Harry H- Frankcl. member of the
board of governors and chairman
for special projects, and the fol-
lowing guests:
Sir and Mrs Richard Behren,
Alan C. Brody. Mr and Mrs. Joel
Cbanning, Dr. and Mrs. Maw ill
Dauer, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Fein.
Melvyn Frumkes, Mr. and Mrs
Alan Kessler, Mr and Mrs Ber-
nard Mandler. Mr and Mrs .lack
lie Orkin, Dr. and Mrs Arnold
Perlmutter, Mr. and Mrs Jan Pol-
lei. Mr. and Mr-. Gerard Schai-
nuck, Mr. and Mrs Benjamin
Scheff Schwartz, Miss Shema Si-
monhoff. Mr. and Mrs Michael
Simonhoff, Mr and Mrs Martin
Smith. Mr and Mrs Barton Udell,
Mrs. Sanford Schwarz, Harry II.
Krankel and Albert Parker.
leach Girl
Teen Study
our of Israel
\l Gale Plotkin. of 1240 Lenox
I Miami Beach, is looking for-
to the most exciting sum-
if her life. In July. Gale, 17.
i of Dr. and Mrs Paul
will leave for a summer
I as part of the Israel Tour
reen-agers, a seven-week pro-
travel and study in Israel
it certainly will be a worth-
I penenee .seeing the pin-
<: in Israel develop the land. I
I aking forward to seeing both
tone and modern Israel." de-
ared Gale
Gale, a junior at Miami Beach
I High School, will join other
erican youths between the sges
19 and 18. from all over the
led States in the Israel Tour
reen-agers.
\ highlight of the tour is a se\
I la) visit to the Sde Boker In-
|t:t le which deals with the de
I'lopment of the Negev, Israel's
t southern region.
i Israel Tour for Teen agera
sored by the American Zion- jj'' ,he invocation.
ith Commission, an acknowl-
leader ... the field of Jew- Chairman of the donor book
cation and camping, it has project is Mrs Benjamin Stein-
ducting the annual Young muller. with Mrs Nathan Scrota
Summer in Israel courses co-chairman. The project is me
I 151 ...id the Israel Tnur for Auxiliary's largest single source of
crs Mne.' 1982 Cooperat- Income and is part of the Atlanta-
rlth the Youth Commission ry's -bare of the monthly mainte-
tour is the American Zion- nance of the Home which now
>uth Foundation and the Jew- houses some 215 senior "-i.i.iii-
Douglas Gardens, 151 SE 52nd SI
Richard Stone and Stephen Corner co-chaired
the dinner meeting at the Corner home for
young business and professional executives on
behalf of the Weizman Institute of Science.
Left to right are Albert Parker. New York at-
torney, and member of the board of directors,
who was the guest speaker. Mrs. Stone; Harry
H. Frankel. member of the board of governors,
and resident of Miami Beach, cc-chairmc.-.;
and president of the Corner Bank of Miami
Beach Stephen Corner. Mrs. Corner, Rich-:-
Stone, newly-elected State Senator, and Mrs.
Sanford Schwarz, of New York.
SET HERE FOR SUNDAY NIGHT
Henny Youngman to Star
At Southgate Bond Dinner
JHA Auxiliary
Holds Project
Awards Day
Greater Miami Woman's Auxiiia
ry. Jewish Home for the Aged,
held its annual donor book project
awards day went at the Algiers
Hotel
Massage Of welcome was offered
by Mrs Lawrence Silverman. presi-
dent, and Mr-. Morris Rossein
I
Jerusalem
Henny Youngman, who has en-
tertained millions with his appear
ances On television and radio, in
films, on Broadway, and in night
club-, will take part in the South-
ate Towers Israel thai" Dinner
of State on Sunday evening. Apr.
16. 6:30 p.m., at the Fontamcblcau
Hotel.
The dinner will be on behalf of
State of Israel Bonds
A native of Brooklyn, Young-
man was trained as a serious
violinist, but turned early to
popular music. When the group
with which he played disbanded,
he began comedy performances
in small cabarets and clubs.
Since then, he has risen to a top
position amon.T American com-
edy entertainers.
He has appeared at top night
spots throughout the country, in-
cluding the Copacabana and Ltin
Quartet in New York, and in lead
in hotels and theatres from Mi-
ami Beach lo Las Vegas He has
been highlighted on top television
shows, and has made nuro tous
appearance-- with personali-
ties such as Ed Sullivan. Jackie
Gleaaon, Jack Paar, Johnny Car-
son. Men Griffin and many others.
Youngman has visited Israel
several times and has made nu-
merous appearance^ on behalf of
Israel and Israel Bonds.
Chairman of the dinner is Dr.
Abraham I. Hcnkin Honorary
chairman is Rabbi Henr> B. Wer-
nick Co-chairmen are Jacob Bern-
stein Kmanuel Blum. Harry Bur-
den. Abraham Heller and Frances
Rosenberg, chairman of the c
ol hosts is Samuel Faliti
m.
HENNY YOUNGMAN
Hebrew Author
Gives Lecture
Cohn Promoted
To Staff Sgt.
las \l Cohn. -nu of Mr and
lulian M Cohn 7310 S\V 82nd
St So, Miami, has been promoted
to staff in Ihe U S Air
ce
S'jt Cohn is an air polit
Pittsburgh AFB. N "i He
men bi i tcgic A
mand
A graduate ol Great Neck N Y .
So Set iot liiJi School, h i ttend-
ed Hi I pi sit; .. O,
I hi i ni\ el -i!>
Winners in the annual Essay-Art Contest and
Hebrew Vocabulary "Bee" were awarded
iheir prizes lasl week by the Bureau of Jew-
ish Fducation and the Zionist Districts of Miami
and Hollywood. Back row, (left to right) are
Albeit L'. Oasip, president, the Bureau, Marsha
Cou'ton, Isnac Donen. Front row flft to right*
are Frank Labbie, David Mann. Bernard Len-
hoff, Linda Konigsberg, and Iris Heifer.
s.mcha Rubenstein, noted edu
cator, author and lecturer, addres
si(| ihe Hebraists of Greatei Miami
on Mi a lay. 8 p m at the offii i
the Bureau ol Jewish Education
94 i Lincoln Rd The lecture ai
co sponsored bj the Bui eau
the Moadon Hahistadruth Haivrith
Rubenstein spoke in Hebrew, dis- America
cussing his new publication, "Narot i>>
Doachim Dr Nathaniel So
Bureau consultant, chaired the
meeting.
Now 68 years old, Rubinstein
it a veteran Hebrew educator.
In 1906, he traveled from Poland
to Palestine to study at the Semi-
nar for Teachers in Jerusalem.
His first Hebrew writings ap-
peared in 1914. He collaborated
with the late president of Israel,
Yizhak Ben Zvi.
He came to the United States in
1H14 ami served a- teachei
piincipal, ami received lu-
ll, ue from Columbia Univeisitj
He is the author of one ol the
eariiesl Hebrew texts, "hut M.t
lamdim," which was wid
throughout Ihe countrj His wril
in:;- in literature at
have appeared in ir.an> Hel
publications
Rubenstein rccenllx received the
Castle Prise In Literature, awarded
in Mexico

JAY COHN


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chairtran ol i FA*s Ret lenci and
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Kr Your Outstandini
Social fcv
ent
North Miam: Beech Mayor Arthur Snyder
signs ORT Day proclamation before members
of the North Dcde Chapter of Women's Amer-
ORT. Left to right are Mesdames Edythe
Roeenthal special protects vice president;
Beckie Rocklin. membership dues secretary;
Andre Niedenthal, president; Mayor Snyder;
and Mesdames Pearl Firtel. education vice
president; and Carolyn Dispoto. membership
vice president. Rear is Mrs. Harty Green,
hospitality chairman ORT Day was marked
here last week.
Eban I rges Big Power Peace Aid
LONDON JTA Abba
Eban. Israels Foreign Minister,
..red here reeentlj that the
Israel Government would hke the
four major world powers the
d Slates. Britain. France and
the I'SSR "to support the pnn
cipal of no territorial change"" in
;ht Middle Ea-t Mere reiteration
of the 1950 Tripartite Declaration.
in which the three Western powers
joined to guarantee the integrit)
of the border- of Israel and the
Arab states, uould !>e insufficient
at thi- time he stated
\s nat we ask, he -aid. 'is for
i to be given the means of as
surtnj her own safety And we ask
the four great powers U) express
their readiness to help any state
in the Middle East whose Integrity
and security are threatened
Eban made his statement at
a luncheon given in his honor
by the Foreign Press Association.
Among his activities here was a
principal address at the annual
dinner of the Joint Palestine Ap-
peal, the British equivalent of
the United Jewish Appeal. There
he Mid that Israel "invite*" thy
four maior powers to cooperate
in their Middle East policies and
specifically requested the Soviet
Union to apply its European
policy regarding existing fron-
tiers to the Middle East as well.
Eban met here with Prime Mm
ister Harold Wilson, Foreign Sec
retarj George Brown, and loader-
of the Conservative and Liberal
parties In hi- separate talks uith
Mr Wilson and Mr Brown, the Is
raeli Foreign Minister said, he bad
found a mutual desire to deepen
and extend bilateral relations
both showing in a very cordial
atmosphere, much knowledge and
understanding for Israel "
As for the Arab states, Eban
told the JPA event, three <.f I-
raels neighbors have been avoid
ing a military confrontation. lea\
onl) Syria a- the qu>
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Extra! read all the news." Students at paper, are (left to right) Nathan Adler, Leora
[\ mole Emanu-El Solomon Schechter Day Gardner, Robin Silver, Zita Wilensky, Sherry
ool, hawking the latest issue of the school Genuth, and Robert Kirsch.
I .S. Hails Anti-Bias Draft
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I MTKD NATIONS <.!TA>
.--iidor Arthur .i Goldberg,
United States delegate to the
led Nations, warmly endorsed
behalf of his Government this
i. k the draft International Con-
vention on the Elimination of All
s of Religious Intolerance.
ti .1 in Geneva last week by
i IN Commission on Human
Is He also voiced the Wash-
ington Administration's "commit-
to ratification of the I v
i ide Convention, which wan
ted m 1948 but has not yet
lieen ratified by the r.S.
The religious-freedoms instru
in Goldberg saui. "is the first
ittempt to extend the sanction of
national agreements to the in
dividual'; freedom of conscience-
his freedom to believe or not to
n to change hi-- belief, to
manifest it in acts of worship.
to teach it to his children -- with-
out suffering any civil disobedi
.nee."
Ambassador Goldberg made
his statement dealing with all
human rights, at the annual
meeting of the Conference of
United Nations Representatives
of the United Nations Associa-
tion-U.S.A., attended, by more
than 100 representatives of non-
governmental organizations ac-
credited to the United Nations.
At its meeting, the conference
reelected Dr. William H. Korey
to a second one-year term as
chairman
Dr Korey Is the UN representa-
tive for the Coordinating Board of
Jewish Organizations, comprised
of K'nai B'rith and the Hoard of
Deputies of British Jews,
In speaking of the Human
Right'. Commission's action on re-
ligious freedoms. Ambassador
Goldberg lauded .Morris B Abram.
the U.S. representatives on that
Commission a^ "one of the prin-
ciple authors of the religious-free-
doms document. His skill and
persuasiveness had much to do
with the unanimous adoption of
the Convention in the 32-member
Hum.in Rights Commission "

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Irmbinec Jew.sh Appeal chairmen. Milton Weiss '.en looks
following an ::::i:ess by Adoiio Kates center to the !ead-
t i z: the C. ban-Hebrew community them _s !!:>.s=s
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Cmrm* Ce-. lc M.T, M.T.
ROCHESTER ing Catholic bishop and a rabbin
ical expert on interfaith relations.
speaking at a synagogue here this
week, hailed recent gains in Jew
ish-Chnstan understanding and
: rca;or unresolved problems
in those relations
The speakers were Bishop Ful
tor. J Sheen, new l> appointed
Bishop of Rochester and Rabbi
Marc H Tannenbaum. of New
York, director of interreliciou< ac
tivities of thf Ameriean Jew.-h
Committee They spoke at an open
meeting at Temple B nth Kodesh
sponsored by the Catholic Diocese
of Rochester the Jewish Commu
n;t> .ind the Corr.-
the final
Jews tod I
Bishop Sheen said that a com-
mon struggle with contemporary
s*cu;ar:*r-i would lead Christians
and Jews to seek new wa>s of
cooperating. He tod the mixed
audience of 900 Jewish and
Christian laymen t*at neither
>o.' Jews nor w- Chrtftiani *rt
at home m this world an- that
because ^c'S fai'r-j sought to
bring ry'ij-ous ..ic. to bear
on a :. tr arid I believe
we will eraw cioser and closer
together as we realne that we
are both called by Cod to tn s
task
Rabb. Ti
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of a common diaspora' in an in-
creasingly non religious age and
called for increased conversations
between Jews and Christians to
end "the incredible abysmal, mu-
tual ignorance we have about each
other
Rabbi Tanenbaum said that cop-
ing with this problem would re-
quire joint Christian Jewish work
m history and Bil
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people
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He came to A work
a lad i f swell t w ith :. '.. e of learning and
a devotion to Judaism absorbed from his
father, a teacher of Hebrew. The demo-
cratic and liberal id -'.ered in his
childhood led him to forgo a b
career with his .n Cleveland
the challenge of law and public affairs
Lincoln and the slavery issueattra,
him to the new Republican Party. He
used it as a springboard to launch a life-
long crusade against anti-Semitism. The
confidant of every president from Lincoln
to Harding, he was one of the most effec-
tive spokesmen and lobbyists the Jewish
people have ever had.
He spent his life fighting bigotry and
prejudice b..th here and abroad. He
and
rate

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ha;
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the
t S he penni-
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v. liam u award laft, then Chief Just
of the United State* SopreflM Co.rt
lice T.if: declared in part: "He was a
ler in Israel, aasj had the interest of
his people d In his death
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Vi '" Sauce and Juice, and
,. Pi lines and Prune Ju
Passover, when we ap-
the even moi I >" us-
il irould matza pancakes
/ i b i i dish
Ipp Sa ici to accom-
them?
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sear the Seder sponge cake
be laced With the brilliant
ind flavor <>f Mott's Fruit
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Hi* contributions in behalf of
the Jewish community in Cuba
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ary president of the United Pro-
Israel campaign in Cuba, honor-
ary member of La Casa de la
Communidad Hebrea de Cuba,
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brew Congregation there, past
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ban Israel Bond drive.
rr.'idition in rln- I'nitril 5i
of libertj and democracy We feel
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rid contribute
rously to Combined Jewish
Appeal in 1967."
l.a.si week, another meeting was
held, this nine at the home ol Dr
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the Cuban Social Circle here, and
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Page 11-C
Ferdie at Helm Of Gables Bar
Shaw.
Riley.
\l Shrader and Charles
Moises Levin (left! and Dr. Bernardo Benes 'center! seek advice
from Dr. Irving Lehrman at a campaign planning meetina held
this week in Dr. Benes' home in behalf of the 1967 Combined
Jewish Appeal campaign. (Story, Page 8-C .
\\ omen Work For
New Island Hospital
Ainslee It Ferdie was elected
presidenl of the Coral Gables Bat
Association for the year 1967-68
at ih" annual election He previ<
I served ..- secretary, treas
un r and editor of the bulletin.
Ferdie is president ol Temple
Zamora ol Coral Gables ;i mem
ber ol the national \x lit} i ommit
.leu ish War \ eti rans, apd
North American Regional vice
man ol the Younger Lawyers
l' ision ol the InterAmerii an
Bar Association
He is also chairman of the
Dade County Urban Renewal
Agency and an Associate Judge
of West Miami. He is a gradu-
ate of the University of Miami
Law School
Other officers elected are vice
president. Richard sialoy; secret-
ary. Phyllis Shampanier; Irea
surer, Arnold Levy.
Outgoing president, -i Kirk M< -
Donald, h ill sen e as a me rebel ol
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Israel's Role in Zambia Copper Case
TEL AVIV (JTA) Isrne'i
[ice officials said recently that
, Israeli Security Services tipped
(nited States and Zambian au-
nties about the international
i in blow up a Zambian bridge
which six persons have been ar
in Israel and two in the
States.
Vi ording to authorities, the
, i : the plot was to destroy a
i which is essential to the
' of Zambian copper and
affect the world price of
etal Israeli officials had in-
to keep the stors secret but
the United states authorities
i contacts trtween Israrh-
tmerleans in the plot, the Is-
. i police revealed Israel's detcc
against the alleged plot-
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Plot Brings Indictment
TEL AVIV (JTAi An indictment was returned here
in a icl Aviv district court against four Israelis arrested in
connection with a bizarre international plot to blow up a bridge
in Zambia in an alleged bid to upset world copper prices.
The defendants are Violet Elliott. Israeli-born wife of an
American figure In the case, who holds an Austiian passport:
Raphael Zorani. Elliott's brother-in-law; Ephraim Ronen. a for-
mer Israeli Army officer and intended brother-in-law to Elliott.
Hid Benjamin Edoth, allegedly engaged to carry out the planned
bridge sabotage in Zambia, a major producer of copper
The indictment said that Edoth and other alleged accom-
plices were t have received $25000 for the operation. Elliott
was ind'eted in New Vork federal court on charges of violations
of the I nited States Neutrality Act after Israeli security tipped
off United Statei authorities about the alleged plot
United States and Zambia and the
arrests in the United States fol-
lowed.
The first four men arrested in Is-
rael were Itzhak Berkowit/. a for-
mer member of the underground
Stern group; Benjamin Edutti. c
former member of the under-
ground Irgun; Efraim Rumen and
Raphael Zoriano The four Israelis
and Mrs. Elliott stood mute during
arraignment The Israeli police
said that Elliott visited Israel twice
in his efforts to enlist Israeli in
his plan.
Stephen E. Kaufman. Assistant
I s Attorney, said in reporting on
the two arrests in New York, that
the two defendants allegedly of-
fered two Miami men $25,000 plus
expenses to blow up the bridge.
The Miamians. who were named
as co conspirators but not as de-
fendants, informed the Eedeial
Bureau of Investigation about the
approach. Mr. Kaufman said.
Jjy Aubrey Elliott,
representative of the Friedrich
Zoeilner Corporation, a metals
company associated with a Ger-
man concern, was alleged to be
ihe key personality in the plot.
and Rolf Duenbier, a vice
' "! the metal- firm, wen
.1 this week in New Yoi k
i re US. ( ommis
\ Bishop, on cha ges
tpired in the United
injure or destro) proper
foreign country, a vi
the I'.s Neutrality Act.
a German born na-
citisen, was held in $20
aii Elliott was held in S.'XUKK)
I
Official said Israel: -
' I) put a .atch on Elliot! when
his wife came to Israel a-
They started the sut veil
after learning that Elliot;
was trj n; to recruit former ex-
in pxpl -\e- amony friends
of Mrs Elliott's wife, according to
the Israeli police Mrs Elliott, a
loi mei Isra li citizen, la nov an
Austrian > it;?1 n, police said
The oolice said that Elliott ap-
parently learned that he was be-
ing watched and left Israel on
Oct. 13, leaving his wife behind.
The police then moved in and
ai rested four Israelis and Mrs.
Elliott.
All fur were released on bail
aftei bi cl ai jed with conspir-
ing against a friendly nation. De-
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Florida Women s Division Ann lew-
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! oral Beach Hotel. Seated (left to r.oht are
Joseph Albuaueraue. Mrs. Ben Schoen-
V
Harold Druker.
rv Hersch, Mis. Joseph
rving Quartin, Mrs Jecnnette
Mrs. Irving B Kaplan, president
Flci.dcr Women's Division.
Brandeis Dean's List Revealed
Local students who have beet;
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lie excelleruM at Brandeis I'm
lity include
Mark, son of Mr and Mm m .'
m yder Coral Gables: Richard, son
Mi :'! Mi Sidney K.
*>>od Mitchell, soi il Mi ai
Vrnold Klapper. Miami; Jonathan.
son of Mr and Mrs Harrj Kaplan.
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Page 15
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
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solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Mai :i7:t-Mor>
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICF
'ME COUNTY JUDGE SCOURT
-. AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 74423-A
.i\.\ KISCHHEIN
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I .1 All IN i -ii- II..\ -
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.! Inti .i I hwle 'ounl]. Klorida,
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thi .mi- in dupllcati ..
-i ii..ii ; 11 16 I-1- m.i
. -i :iii ii- ..r11 in iin- i i.uii-
| An in I '. iltnln -i\ calendar month* frimi
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Kited h< Miami, Florida, tin rd
\; 11, A I' 196"
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*th da) of April, I9"
Ml KRS. K Ml.AN AM' PORTER
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Miami, Kim i la
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No 74394-C
Km.n. nf
MAX i: Mt vsii
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ml Creditor* and All !' mom. Max -
claim* or i 'iiiiiniis Vsainal Said
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you may haw attain*! th< -
m w it VII v-n. ih ,...-. .1 late
Hu/t County, Klorida, to th-
it) Judge* nf Hade County, and
iii,. ihn *.m. ii dupll ate and aa pro-
In Si tlon 73S 16, i'l-
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Hated at Mi.mil. h'liir.il.i. tin
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ROSE UARASII
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ii -i publication m thin notice on
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT ,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 74345
UK Eatate ..f
'*. II.I JAM HIIAI'IRO
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ml Creditor* and VII Pemon* llav-
I'lalnia or liemanda Againal
Vou .ii.- in i.\ notified anil required
lrnaim .in> claim* aud di u
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ol u II.1.1 \M SHAPIRO, iii -i- 'I
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ai:im.\ ir/, SILVER and RCHER
Mtoi in \ :.. \.i in Ktratrlx
Vinal> iilds Miami, I-*1<
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BY HENRY LEONARD
"Our Rabbi always likes to
dramatize his sermons."
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBL.CATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUiT OF
FLO' tD FOR
DADE COUNTY
IN Chan, tty. No 67-47t,7
suit for divorce
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE E/ PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TH
ELEVENTH JUD'CiAL Cl''
IN A\D FOR DADE COL".
FLORIDA. iN CHANCtHY
No
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 73207-A
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.> All Creditor* and Ml IVrwm*
llaxlna Clalnui or Uemajida Asalnat
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Count) .iii.i file '.....an In dupli-
cate .mil .i- I'm* nil il In Si. inin 733.16,
Klorida Statutea, In their oftkseii "
tin. Count) Courthouae I" Dude Coun-
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months front thi time of the firal
p |bill .' i 'i In 1'. .'T. .' lln- -..ni" ill
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N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 74221 C
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY FLORIDA.
No. 67-4*02
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
V'lfimXIA KIN'!
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. ii,, 2nd da) "t May,
ii fall l .1" )'i'it'
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NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No. 67 4536
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IIARHAKA JKA.NNi. OWENS,
t'lalntllf
CHARLES K OWENS
11. Ii'iul.int
Vou, i'IIAIU.KS K OWENS. /
I,,-! Office, it'll. Kim i'l.1. MH19, ""
required m tile yiau- anawar to the
Com plain I f.>r IMvorce with the Clerk
of the above Court and aotva a ci>y
thereof upon MHRMA.N COHEN, t.-i .
1 Conarea* Uuil.inm-, Miami,
l"|..ilii.i "ii or li.l.Hi Apt II .1, I997,
01 .1-. complaint 'n u*" "
1 ..,i.-.I. March Mad, IMt
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Circuit Court, Pad< County, 1
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni .Tin; IS 111 KKHI f!l\ KN
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IHIRIJCY tlRIl I'l in 11.' man!
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO 74436B
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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It v in- i'l.urn- ..i il. in.in.1- Attain '.
s.i ni Eatate:
V...i .1!. h, 1. i.\ nol Ified and r,--
.inn 'i t" pn : any claims and de-
11..in.1- wii.ih vim in.i> havi .i^.un-t
tin eatate "i KKEIi OIACOMINI, di
ii.i-iiI late li.nii County, hlorida,
t" id, Count) .1 uiit of I'.ni' Coun-
I .mil file Hi. aanie In and
.1- provided In Section 733.16, Klorida
Klatutea, In their offlcee in tin I'oun-
t) I'ourthouee In Hade County, Flori-
da, uiih 11 \ .1 n hi 1.1 r month* from
......1 iin iii-' publication here-
tin -.. m. w ill barn .1
Hated al Miami, hlorida,
du) "f A|. il. A li 196"
M \i:\ \i KAHER
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No 67-4854
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
CAIIIHAH SAXCHKX
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGESS COUP-
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 74206 A
In III
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 74241-B
In UK K-'..:. "'
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All I All l'i in.- II
inn Claim* m- iN^iiaml Vguluai Said
i:.-i.
V'.ni are hiTeb) notifii*d and reiu 1 -t
'i iNTeaani an) claim* and demand*
vrhlch you ma) havi aaainai it..
I I HA HTKEH*K, deceaaed lati
C.....ii>. Klorida, i- thi County
.imliti- ol Itadi County, and file tin
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Ktaridu St.it.'.
t in ir off I i'i in 1 he Count) Court houHi
in Hade County, Klorida, within -i\
. .il.inl.i' month* ir.'in |he linn "I tin
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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NOTlCt UNDER
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NOTICE UmDCR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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Court ui i'.ni' County, Ktnrlai
JI'.UoMi: C V.-KAI.
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NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
NAME LAW
NOTICE IS 11 Kit Kin ISIVKX 1I111
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
No. 67-4221
NOTICE OF SUIT
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Friday. April 14 1967
Jordan Closes PLO Offices
- JTA Jordanar: and I the PI.
Form hare dosed as reported
ued pji f*k from Amnan
According to the report, the
crackdown followed a series ?
terrorist explosions in Amman
and Jordan-held Old Jerusalem.
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ing Jordan from Syria to try to
MMMiatta King Hussein. One f
the Syrians reportedly had ob-
tained a job in the Amman Ra-
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let all who arc hungry
enter and eat thereof...
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. ar (left to right) Mrs. Goldstein, hostess; Mrs. Leonard
Abramson, president; Mrs. Herbert Cohen, chairmen nl th
day; and Mrs. Irving Lehrman, grouped around the "Semi-
nary Tree of Life." The brunch is an annual event held jor
he combined campaian of the Torah Fund and the Matilda
Schechfer Residence Hall at the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America.
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Former Nazi Victim
To Speak Before CJA
Women's Division
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Dr. Irvine Ix-hrman, victim of
me of those freak home acci-
dents last Saturday, all done up
n a lee cast The popular
unity leader and rabbi of
temple Kmanu Kl will be mis
: om iii~ usual haunts for sevi
i eka Hut even the ena1 will
soon before the deluge of
inquiries and "get-well' messages
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ing doubly sure of thru welcome
remembered to bring loca
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of her daughtei Iris, hubb>
Marvin M Schein, attorney and
mi: i\i\Id manly nine
I Arrivals, who are
utmost regular ci to I i"
old < ast, Mr and Mi s Ji
Schein, Man in's pai ents, Mi
Maurice Levy, his aunt, ana
i orence Mrs Raymond) Hart
The holiday visit was brief, and
the weather left much to be de-
sired, but nothing could dim til
joy in the home of Frances and
Eli Meltzar when son Harve>
brought wife, Dorothy, daughter
Robin 7. and Shawn .'< month-, to
Miami Beach all the way from
Pomona I alif. where the family
I-,as been living for the pasl three
years The group had last been
togethi ; whi n the senior Meltzers
stopped off in California on their
way to the Orient At that
.time, new grandson had been a
lend< i H week- old.
The Herman E. Leeks pli
Continued on Page 8-B
Mrs Gerda Weissman Klein,
whose moving autobiography, "All
Hut My Life." based on her ex-
periences in Nazi occupied Eun pi1
has been heralded as one of the
great human documents to come
out of World War II, will be guest
.' er at the No Minimum" lun-
cheon of the Combined Jewish
\ppeal Voting Women's Division
this Monday at Westview Country
Club.
Mrs. Klein was born in Bielitz.
Poland, in 1924. where she lived
with her parents and younger
brother at the time the German
a'mies occupied Poland in 1939.
After spending three years in the
Bielitz Ghetto, a period marked by
the deaths of her parents and
hi other, she was deported, first to
a transit camp and then t.> a sue
cession of concentration camps as
a slave laborei
In the mid winter of 1945. as the
Nazi empire began to crumble be-
fore the advancing Allied forces,
'be 4H0i' women inmates of her
camp in Silesia were driven 1.000
miles eastward toward Czechoslo-
vakia by the Gestapo When the
ch came to a halt in a small
village in that country, there were
survivors
However, fate intei \ med for
Mr- Kl in in the form
vance "-i ngenl ol U.S
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Her hook. -All But Mv Life,"
has been hailed by critic- in the
United States. England aad Hoi
land as 'one of the most moving
and beautifully-written b.'.>k- of
Jewish suffering and survival.' It
has also been placed in the British
War .Museum as a refe;ci.ee work
on European history.
The "No Minimum luncheon,
co-chaired by Mrs. Howard Ayares
and Mrs Marvin Gillman. also fea-
ture- a fashion show presentation
by Sandra Post.
The Combined Jewish Appeal's
Young Women's Division event is
scheduled for 11:30 a.m.
MRS. GERDA KltlN
Temple Carnival
A carnival and bazaar
held by Temple B'nai Sholoiv. a-.d
its Sisterhood on the ncvvl; .
chased five acres of land a' 278
N\V 199th St.. where a new t- >
will be built eventually.
Starting at 10 a.m.. on Su
Apr 9. the amusement show
complete with food, games,
and prizes.
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