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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
January 12, 1968

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

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
January 12, 1968

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

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University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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ocm35317254
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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
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Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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"(Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE HWISH WEEKLY
41 Humbert
Miami, Florida, Fridav, Ja"iu~rrv 12, 1968
Two Sections Pries TQc
Tew Spanish Religious Law Could Benefit Jews
lEW YORK (JTA>A four-man
krfaith fact-finding mission that
just returned from Spain re-
led here this week that, while
' new Law of Religious Freedom
|sed by the Spanish Parliament
July falls short of original ex-
nations, the religious climate
the non-Catholic minority in
It country seems likely to im-
kve in the year ahead,
["he mission was sponsored by
the Appeal to Conscience Founda-
tion and was headed by its presi-
dent. Rabbi Arthur Schneier, of
the Park East Synagogue. The
other members were Dr. Harold K.
Bosley, minister of Christ Church
Methodist, vice president of the
Foundation: Rev. Eugene K Citi-
bank, managing editor of the Jesuit
w.-ekly America; and Charles Taub-
man, a New York businessman.
Both the latter are members of
the Foundation's board.
The group reported that mo>t
Catholic and non-Catholic spokes-
men in Spain had serious misgiv
ings about a section o: the new law
that required non-Catholic religious
groups to submit full membership
lists and a financial statement be-
fore they can enjoy the privileges
guaranteed by the law.
This provision has caused ap-
prehension among the 7,500 Jews
in Soain. accorc'ing to Max Ml-
xin, president of the Madrid Jew- i
ish community, fhe report said.
In addition to the Jews, there
ere 30,000 Protestants and 2,000
Moslems in Spain.
"But." the report said, "we are
satistied that all parties concerned
the men charged with adminis-
tering the law as well as the
spokesmen for non-Catholic groups
are more interested in solutions
than in showdowns." As evidence
of the Spanish government's desire
to make the law more palatable,
Rubbi Schneier cited the five
months' extension of the registra
tion deadline, from Dec. 81, 1967.
to May 31. 1968. "It is an undent
able fact that many conservatives
fear that a pluralistic society woulJ
present a threat to the unity of
Spain," the report said. "But it
was the unanimous opinion of th-:
mission that there is a desire for
change among the more enliglr.
ened government leaders."
lew Budget
fo Be About
81.7 Billion
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israel's
--el (parliament i was told by
a nee Minister Pinhas Sapirth -
tk that he contemplates a 1968-
5'.' budgi for the iiscai year be-
imnu April 1, of .5.987.000.000
i; pounds labout ii 7 billion).
le budget would be about S39
lion below the budget for 1966-
Some 34 percent of the budget,
Sapir said, wool.I be allocated
development projects, and the
niainder would be used for ordi
ry governmental expenditures
i.e figures for defense were kept
tret, as usual. But the Finance
lister said that country's de-
e needs place a heavy burden
the country, and the Israeli citi-
pays almost two-thirds of all
taxes lor defense.
iveral tax reductions are plan
for the next fiscal year. Mr
pir said, mainly for housing and
large families. The reductions,
declared, are designed partly to
pe the tax burdens on new im-
grantS. It was predicted at the
tessel that the new budget would
Continued on Page 12-A
JOHNSON TELLS ESHK0L
U.S. Arms Will
Hinge on Russ
Aid To Arabs
:;;dent Lyndon B. Johnson and Israel Prime Minister Lovi
Eshkol in the study oi the LBJ Ranch in Texas where the visit-
ing Israeli leader spent two days in intensive discussions op.
the Middle East.
Israelis Worried About
American Tight Money
JERUSALEM (JTA)Informed sidered a developin
sources here said this week that
the new. American tight money
policj on overseas spending, an-
nounced bj President Johnson, will
not affect Israel because it is con
country.
JOHNSON CITY. Texas Al-
though no specific pledge of Amer-
ican arms aid to Israel was
disclosed, President Johnson and
Israel Prime Minister l.evi Kshkol
concluded two days of talks at
the LBJ Ranch this week with the
apparent understanding that the
United States would counter any
further Soviet arms shipments to
the Arabs by supplying Israel with
needed planes and other arma-
ments.
In a meeting that was described
as very cordial. President Johnson
told the Israeli Premier that he
would give "active and sympa-
thetic" consideration to Israel's re-
quest lor arms depending on the
to
However, some worry was re
,.uited over the possibility that size of Soviet arm. shipments
ourism to Israel may be adverse- the Arab states.
Zionists Told: Accept
Aliyah or Lose Posts
TKl. AVIV (JTA) Dr. Nahum
.idmann. president of the World
mist Organization, disclosed at
pros conference here this week
bat the Jewish Agency executive
Is agreed that no Zionist leader
the Diaspora will be able to re
in his position unless he inimi-
rate, to Israel.
This stipulation, adopted at the
plenary session of the executive at-
tended by American and Israeli
members m Jerusalem, was in line
with the decision to create within
ihe Zionist Organization an elite
rouu oi practicing Zionists who
.vill pledge and fulfill their obliga-
ion to immigrate to Israel. The
new group will be named Brlth
'Olim Union of Immigrants, l>r
Goldmann said, and will be a lion-
politicalj non-partisan organisa-
tion. Ii Will be accorded special
status within the World Zionist Or-
ganisation, and Will enjoy greater
ly allected by the new restrictions
American tourists have usually
een about half of the tourists
Mining annually to Israel and.
even in poor sears. Americans rep-
resented 40 percent.
The possible effect on tourism
was regarded with particular con-
cern because this is Israel's 20th
anniversary year, and a record
number of visitors had been ex-
pected. The United States decisions
on credits were sent to David Hor-
Israel hae" earlier asked to buy
from the United States 50 F-4
Phantom jet fighter-bombers to
renlace her losses during the
Six-Day War and to compensate
for the refusal by France to con-
tinue supolying planes to the
Jewish state.
During the talks. Premier Eshkol
reiterated his nation's endorsement
ol President Johnson's formula for
a Middle East peace which included
agreement by all nations in the
JORDAN LAUNCHES
HEAVIEST ATTACK
While President Johnson
and Premier Eshkol were
winding up their talks on the
Middle East. Jordan launch-
ed one of the most serious
artillery attacks on Israeli
forces since the end of the
June war. The Jordanian
guns, which were finally si-
lenced by Israeli jets, had
shelled villages in the Beisan
Valley.
1
tion to the Arab refugee problem.
Expressions of support by both
nations of "resistance to aggres-
sion wherever it occurs." was in-
terpreted to mean a form of vague
backing by Israel of President
Johnson's policies in Viet Nam
A joint communique issued by
the two leaders after the talks de-
clared:
"The President and the Prime
Minister considered the implies
tions of the pace of rearmament in
the Middle East and the ways and
means of coping with this situa-
tion The President agreed to keep
Israel's miltary defense capabi ';
under active and sympathetic ex-
amination and review in the light
area to respect the integrity
he Ba"nK "of of all other states, free navigation ^"irrelevant factors, including
Brazil, Israel Sign Nuclear Pact
Kit) DE JANEIRO ulTA)-Israel press conference, Israel will send
and Brazil this week signed a pact to Brazil a group of scientists and
,a,zaon. and will enjoy greater and MW- ^ ~^ ,* develop here
representation than its numerical undei ^l" "J of lhe use o radioitotopes by Indus-
strength might ordinarily warrant, m the development orjW development of hydrology, and
ngth
he stated.
Or Goldmann announced that
Feb. 25 is the date set for a world
wide conference of Zionist leaders
in Jerusalem to "prepare the cli-
mate" lor the next World Zionist
Congress, which will open there
June 9. He also disclosed that the
atomic energy for peaceful pur-
poses, especially to aid Brazil s
underdeveloped areas.
The agreement was signed on
Israel's bebalf by Dr. Irsael Dos
trowsky, director-general of the
Israel Atomic Energy Commission,
who has spent the last week in
Brazil as a guest of the govern-
or NAHUM C010MANN
.lime t. >ir m --------------- im.i.i, *> o---------- .
Jewish Agency executive decided I ment. During the period, he visited
Jh.t alivah will remain a function all of the nuclear msta.lat.ons in
f the Jewish Agency, while the this country-
Continued on Pag. i;"der the pact' he Said 3t "
try, development of hydrology, and
researches tor the location, analy-
sis and use of hidden minerals. At
the same time, Brazil will send to
Israel a number of technicians to
study the uses of nuclear energy
for peaceful purposes.
Announcement of the pact fol-
lowed New Year statement
made by Marshal Arthur Costa
e Silva, President of Brazil, dur-
ing the period of Dr. Dostrow-
sky's visit. The President told the
nation that among the govern-
ment's most significant achieve-
ments in 1967 was its fineliiation
of friendly ties with Israel.
The President called attention
particularly to Brazil's treaty with
Israel, for Israeli technical assist-
ance for economic projects in the
country's underdeveloped North-
east region.
The Brazilian press hailed the
pact as one of great significance
Jornal do Brazil, one of the most
influential daily newspapers here,
; noted that Brazil now has atomic
energy pacts with seven countries,
Continued en Page llA
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Federation Announces Allocation
Record allocations in excesi of
S2.000.000 to agencies participating
in the 1967 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal were distributed during the
course "Of the year, ft 'was an-
nounced by Leon Kaplan, presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
Mr. Kaplan stressed that "the
ngure did not represent any pro-
ceeds from the June Israel Emer-
gency Fund, which as conducted
by Federation on behalf of the
United Jewish Appeal. All of this
money was speciQcall) earmarked
lor the Emergency Fund, and to-
taled approximately S3.135.000."
Th major beneficiary agency
of trie regular Combined Jewish
Appeal c3mpj-jn was again the
United Jewish Appeal. As a re-
sult of the Federation's pre-
carnpaign agreement with UJA,
the latter will receive $653,043
from the regunr CJA campaign.
United Jew is Vpp al is the na
.So>iet W rilT- Honor
Mendele In Odessa
LONDON (JTA A sprinkling
il non-Jewish Soviet writers b
intellectuals joint.-.! u gathering of
several hundred Jews at the Jew-
ish cemetery Ln 0d -- I i obsery<
ihe 50th anniversary <: the death
if Mendele Sforim, the
)9th century Russian-Jewish writ-
er who i? r< jardi .-the father
t modern V and Hebrew
literature
Among those gathered at the
graveside, according to reports
''iere from Moscow were Uendele's
two surviving ?nndchildren. ore
1 them a professor at the Agricul-
tural Institute ot Odessa, and the
'ther the choir-mistress of the lo-
cal opera compan;
tional fund-raising organ
support of migration and humani-
tarian serviees to Israel, and fo:
aid in rehabilitation of Jews
throughout the world "
Local allocations for 1967 in-
cluded: Bureau of Jewish Educa
tion. $96,100: Community Chap-
laincy Service. S8.860: Hillel at the
University of Miami. $2,000: Jev
ish Family and Children's Service
$181,170: Jewish Home for the
Iged, S100.838: Jewish Vocal
Service. S60.436: Mount Sinai Hos-
pital (for service to charity and in-
digent patients). $139,500: Si
Council of Jewish Wom<
gration and natur i
ices), $3,100: and YM i
of Greater Miami. S231
T'.ie great m ijority of I
012,239 came from the I '
bined Jewish \ ip i "
the total allocated. Mr 1
noted, $330,801 cami fi m the
United Fund o Dad I
- ipi rts ii
. .
In a year-end r tfc
i: allocations. Mr, Ki
N S Pall
:36" Budget Commitl i.
all of the request
:: g ,i jencies u ex su 51
duo to ,:
:t v :.- im|
plement any of thi
new progr the iurse ol
cies had urgentrj rc Mr P ehairma
the 1968 titmku ed ;' *
[ael Emergem t Fur
paign. emphasized that this mini-
ma] existence on th
ies will be all >ial il the
cat be met. He not
goal had been set ighei -
so mon lunds
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Pooe 3-A
\lsraelis Given Warning;
Told No Peace In Sight
:i;i .- ...KM [JTA Israelis
told this week that there was
(sign o: peace the horizon
thai *..'> niu- ate strong
yes t'- weat ..u....
ad.
fhe dilt .lew of peace prospects
laker j> Maj. Gen. Chaiiu *>r-
new nief of Staff of Israel''
bed forces, who '. jld a group of
Jeer _:; luates a" a base so.nc
ere In Israel that "for the is
|]i An ... the war is not yet
ne warning of a long, difiicult
iggle ;.'-ad. before a settlement
Icluevt with the Arab coun-
i was ". oiced bj Foreign M n
Abbi F3ban in a statement to
Knesset.
El ., spoke 111 reply to an
jro Anti-Semitism
nicif Judge Donald Wheel-
|ones. irmer president of the
NA.A' ?, was to discuss "Anti-
Itism .~ the Negro Communi-
belor. members of Temple
SholOtn Brotherhood. The
fs annual Stag was to be held
r- laj 7 p.m.. a' the Cadillac
pi Ja-tS S Kr.opke is presi-
agenda motion by S. Tamir, of the
gni wing Free Center faction,
who demanded clarifies I on if Is-
a stan i on fc ;i.ed territories.
The Free Center regards all occu-
pied territories as pan of Israel,
and has been calling f r -legal
.ii(i practical steps" to affirm it.
Mr Eban's request to strike the
motion from the agenda was adopt-
ed by all members, except those of
.heFiee Center ami Eiaolam Ha-
zeh factions, after the Foreign
Minister called on all Israelis to
"be wary ol panic-mongers wh*)
accuse the government of weakness
or wavering." He noted that the
Knesset has always supported gov-
ernment policies by large maiori-
ties and urged the maintenance of
:i united front.
Gen. Bar-Lev said that, while the
Arabs may not be continuing their
call for the destruction of Israel.
their basic attitude toward Israel
remains unchanged, and no one
can predict when it will change.
\ strong army, he said, is a condi-
tion of Israel's survival and must
be ready should it be called to
a"t:on nni"
Hussein Says He Can't
Make Peace with Israel
SEN. ABRAHAM BIBICOfF
$3.3 Million Compensation
Is Set For 'Liberty' Attack
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
I'nited States government has sent
Israel a bill for S3.3 million for
compensation to the families of 34
crewmen killed June 8 on the USS
Liberty, off the Sinai coast. Isiaeli
planes and torpedo boat- had at-
tacked the ship during the June
war. Robert McCli skey, the State
Depart nent piess oititei. a n that
the bill was sent to Israel Dec. 29.
After the incident, the Israeli gov-
ernment expressed regrets, and
.:,' would make amends.
King Hussein of Jordan contin-
ues to claim that his Hashemite
kingdom cannot operate alone in
agreeing !o peace negotiations with
Israel. U.S. Sen. Abraham Ribicotf
told an audience of more than 700
persons at Temple Judea's cultural
series this week.
The Connecticut legislator, who
returned last month from a five-
day visit to Israel and Jordan, dur-
ing which he met with both Prime
Minister Eshkol and King Hussein,
outlined a program for peace in
the Middle East "which I believe
a definite possibility. The people
of Egypt will begin to starve in
several months, and the Soviet
Union will not be able to supply
Nasser with the necessary food-
stuffs to offset this." Sen. Ribicoff
asserted.
He called for Jordan and Israel
to promote tourism jointly, said
Israel "probably does not want to
retain all of the West Bank, but to
straighten out its borders." and
1 called for Jordan to be given ac-
cess to the Mediterranean through
eit ler Haifa or Ashdod.
Sen. Ribicotf also called for the
joint development of the Gulf of
Akaba's twin cities of Eilat anf
Akaba. and for settlement of th3
Arab refugee question through a
combination of indemnification
payments and partial resettlement.
He said occupation of the West
Bank is not a great economic bur-
den on Israel, "since this is the
richest part of Jordan."
The same situation prevails in
the Sinai. Sen. Ribicoff noted, with
"Israel now getting the benefit of
the former Egyptian territory's
oil." He pointed out that Israel's
borders are now shorter and easier
to defend than before last June's
Six-Day War
The Young Talmudist
"The Young Talmudist" will be
the title of the lecture by Dr.
Abraham Wolfson on Thursday at
10 a.m. before the Spinoza Foru.-.i
for Adult Education at Washington
Federal. 1234 Washington Ave.
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Volume 41
Numi
Friday. January IT i963
11 TEVETH
Eshkol Johnson Talks
Aim At Mideast Peace
The visit of Israel Prime Mininer
Levi Eshkol to the United States this
week comes at a time when prog-
ress toward a Middle East peace
settlement appears to have slewed
down !o a near standstill.
Although only a few weeks have
elapsed since the appointment o' a
United Nations emissary to the Mid-
dle Eas!, it is already evident that
his mission is not destined to record
any really significant achievements.
The Soviet Union continues to re-
equip the Arab armies with supp-ies
of the latest armaments and A rab
terrorists continue to operate aqamst
Isra !.
All o* these factors served to bring
I hostilities in the past and
is no reason to believe that
there is any less danger of war
Both Mr. Eshko! and President
therefore, were confronted
with a formidable task in their meet-
ings this week.
Both men have shown themseU-es
I the past (o be dedicated to the
cause of a just peace in the Middle
...peePlMTMCHtA^r Of TEXAS
c/rx
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East. economic and scientific : i] : |
million of the need for exl mal
Such a program for pea
a fantasy today but vrith the persistei.....
of leaders like P- i Eshkol md Pi ident
Johnson it can come about.
In his five-point orogram announced short-
lyalter .ost June's Six-Day War, President
Johnson recognized 'he overriding need of fe-
rae i rurity as a prerequisite for anv hope
o! : wee in the area.
n of the United States Adminis-
11 al : even niore important with the
Increasing pressure by Britain to secure the
reopening of the Suez Oanal and the elderly
anti-Israel stand adopted by French President
Charles de Gaulie.
Il was 'his concern for Israel's security that
has Dolstered President Johnson's well-deserved
rei 'rtion as a friend of Israel and a ;rue
i hampion of peace in the region.
Premier Eshko!. on his part, has devoted
tireless effort in the interests of peace and
accord with his nation's Arab neighbors--an
effort that has unfortunately met with continu-
ous rejection by ihe Arabs.
In the course of his unceasjng attempts to
wm over some Arab leaders to the cause of dem>^hos grown Z position SeSEg th* ^ I
coexistence with Israel. Mr. Eshkol has offered a.nd destinies of many more than the hu '
a broad range of benefits tha' would come to tamilies with children enrolled in its classes
any neighboring Arab government willing to Since the success of such a school will |,
abenaon the timeworn avowals of destruction ,ablV depend on its ability to provide a aualitv
of -.he Jewish state. intensive Jewish education to all who seel it' '
A.ong with a treaty of peace, Mr. Esr.o, S^tot^^jft^M
has envisioned "orderly 'and transport by Wifh PP^
road and rail; freedom of transit through air- ,,s S S^S^wSS ^ S
Parts; radio, telephone and postal commumca- he Academy IZt^ntSe!?&%
on; encouragement of tourism to all land.-, of slon consistent with the needs of a fastiSSTna
fYmmiinittr
Academy Marks 20 Years
This Sunday, the Hebrew Acaci.
Greater Miami will mark Us 20th an:
witti the annual scholarshiu dim
The importance of the Academy to \ -
.wry is evident from the fact that the pre .
ot this institution accurately reflects th* spir
itual growth of our community.
Dedicated to the goal of intensive Jewish'
education, the Academy con truly oe con-i
sidered as a prime source of our future raDbis '
teachers and Jewish leaders
From a modest beginning in which six stu-1
dents began their education at the firs:
day school in this part of the country th- Aca-;
the area."
These benefits which have been missing
front ihe area for the past two decades, were
finally brought back to tha region by virtue
of Israel's occupation of the territories taken
in Ihe June war.
community.
The Struggle For Lite
. uAntffr miIes,one in medical history seems'
o be at hand with the current attempts to"pro-'
long hfe with the aid of a transplanted hJart'
Although the permanent results of the new I
surgery have yet ,o be evaluated, rJ
hat the new techniques have spurred -Herts'
to deve10p further life-saving procedures.
But tne freedom of al! states in the area to
divert funds now committed to an arms race,
tc peaceful purposes has not come abc
In his earnest plea fcr peace. Mr. Eshkol
has noted that successful negotiation of the Lithuanianho rQ "w ,r^Plant P^ent, a
I Arab efferences "w, enab,e us I act S rnZ^uTv,1^ TltZZ T,^
\m In restrain! of the arms race and to rowed heart Tha iSL f ^ h 'he hor'
^ m Ihe armaments in the region. Z the toTS^^^^* de8j < "^a."
- will be enabled to diver, tremendous Z hone onH 1^als1mean8 life and we can
a. and human resources now 7, uX aUemrT T *" ^^^ ,hs*
urpose of war, to the development f ~tt*SZZZti? *
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JOSEPH ALSOP
ALSOP
Changes In Cambodia
WASHINGTON "liven the
character of Cambodia's Prince
Norodom Sihanouk, it will be on-
again, off-again all the way until
the "right ot hot pursuit" is final
]> exercised and l" S troops at-
tack the Cambodian sanctuaries
that the eaemj has used for so
Inn-
Thai much has been foresee-
able, however, ever since Prince
Sihanouk allowed American news-
papermen to visit and photograph
one "i the enemy's sanctuary-
bases, whose verj existence the
Cambodian leader had stoutly de-
nied mi eountle-s previous occa-
sions
Ai that lime, I wrote that the
prince's decision to authorise this
visit was tantamount to saying
"Come .md get it" to Gen Wil-
liam C Westmoreland
What as by no mean- fore-
seeable was the character of the
remarkable communication that
Prince Sihanouk made recentl)
to Stanley Karnow ot the Wash
ington Post. Karnow's enterprise
secured a statement in which the
Cambodian leader went at least
three-quarters ol the waj to
changing sides in the Vietnamese
war
Mrs. Kennedy's I rip
The first step in this high!)
significant change was the visit
to Cambodia by Jacqueline Ren
nedy Some criticized Mrs. Kenne.
dy's journey at the time, but it
has now turned out, a- all should
have expected, to have been an
immense!-, useful icebreaker The
permitted inspection of a North
Vietnamese sanctuary bate fol-
lowed directly after Mrs. Kenne-
dy > visit. The communication to
Karnow is the third and most
important step to date in a proc-
ess of change whose tendencj is
now quite unmistakable
What, then, does this mean'
The kind ol people who fight a
Perpetual rear guard action
aa.ns, the facts will sav that it
does not mean very much They
will argue that Prince Sihanouk
has Just learned of the Ion--
standing presence of iarge num.
hts of North Vietnamese and
Viet Cong troops within his bor-
'''" or ,ha< "* rimrt, woke up.
the other morning. bad toi
MT Witt.the Communist Chinese
r that h(. tell head over heels,,,
ovewuh Mrs. Kennedy wh,.e she
S Mht-eeing at Angkor Wa,
I"i fact. howev,r. this change
Y' ." Sihanouk i, ,he most
S,nk,n *"** tha, has Z
American and allied arms in
^ Vietnam. A11 Asla J
"ore astute bandwa^on-watcher
"or any more ,gUa bandwagon
''Per. than Princ. ciK ,
And u,k ^'hanouk
And when such a m.n t.Hmbs
half aboard your wagon, i, ,s
time to conclude that you realh
are going plan
The Bandwagon
What Sihanouk has done is j|I
the more meaningful because be
had become so deeply, go ?< ,,
irrevocably committed been,,.
of a much earlier and ajtogethei
different judgment of the dire
tion of the bandwagon in Asia.
The moment when that judgment
became firm can even be dated
It was in the early autumn f
l!i4 that he sent home tin.- new
American ambassador to Phnoni
Penh. R. A. Kidder. without
receiving his letters of credence
Prince Sihanouk can hardlv be
hi.imed for concluding, at tru?
time, that the North Vietnamese
and through them, the Chine.,
Communists were bound to car
all before them in Southeast A-..,
The |xsition in South Vietnam
was already deteriorating with
terrifying rapidity. The deteriora
turn continued, moreover
President Johnson's last-m
decision to intervene in di a >
earnest in the early summer if
1969
As the President intervened o
late, with such obvious reluct.m e
and with so many subsequent hes-
itations, Prince Sihanouk cai
be blamed, either, for contu;
tor a long while to share tin
taken belief of his friend-
Hanoi. This was the belie!
the United States lacked the
and patiene,. to finish the job in
South Vietnam.
Over His Head
In consequence. Prince Sin a
nouk has long been in danger
being in far over his bead F
example, the small Cambodiai
army is quite certainly vei>
heavily outnumbered by the
North Vietnamese and Viet Cone
troops using the Cambodian sane
tuaries. For this very reason one
can now expect all sorts of be
wildering tergiversations, per
haps including other statement"
seeming to cancel out the com
munication to Karnow
One can also predict with con
fidence. however, that all these
phenomena of the future will a
tually be pretty meaningle--
They will resemble the statr
ments that Prince Sihanouk made
tor Hanoi's benefit, after.he al-
lowed that sanctuary base to re-
visited under Cambodian armed
escort. The meaningful reality
has been in-line progression, from
Mrs Kennedys visit, to the au-
thorised visit to the sanetuary
base, to the communication to
Karnow. And that progees-io:
will not end now. one MB) be
sure.
As an indicator of the state !
the war in South Vietnam, tin-
can hardly be overestisiatci
That can be said with extra con
fidence, it must be added, be
cause of other, almost equall>
surphsing indicators whitf will
he examined in a second report
,p;;''l',lfh,. IS'.. Th. W.a*li.Kl >
In
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* iatrlstl ITh ridv'iir
Pa^-
LETTERS TO THE EDITorl
Calls For Increased
1968 Campaign Effort
EDITOR, The) Jewish Floridian:
Miami's Jews did a remarkable
through our Combined Jewish
Appeal in 1967: Our generous sup-
>rt of the regular campaign took
Sare of ongoing needs here and
Overseas. In addition, when Israel
jpi thrust into war this past sum-
sr, we eagerly grasped the chance
contribute to her survival. Be-
cause we proclaimed ourselves
eady to do this, we left Israel's
rave people free to devote their
Hal resources to victory.
Will 1968 be different? No! The
istaining local programs of the
reater Miami Jewish Federation
require enlarged support
;raeli Is Charged
fith Spying For
Egyptian Forces
TEL AVIV (JTA>A 30-year-old
.-t office employee from I'etarh
Skxah was brought before a Tel
riv District Court this week on
karges of espionage.
The man. Chaim Akava. is ac
psed of having offered to sell
raeli military information to
gypt He is an electronics tech-
|ician by profession.
In an unrelated cast-, Acre po-
Icc arrested a 20-year-old Israeli
Irab on charges of spying for
"vria. The youth reportedly en-
ered Syria via Jordan to work for
^yrian intelligence. He faces a
lilitary court martial.
According to the prosecution in
he Akava case, the defendant con-
icted tha Egyptian Embassy in
feme in 1958, and offered to sell
nformation on the number and de-
ployment of Israeli missiles for
20.000.
At a subsequent meeting, the
krosecutiofl says. he fold the Egyp
pans that missiles were located at
pilat, and demanded an advance
yment. He was given sioo and
[cover address with which he con-
nued to correspond after return-
i! to Israel.
Security police who ancsted
kava at his home said the) found
Irrespondence with enemy agents
nd military maps.
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merely to duplicate last year's hu-
i manitarian services for the aged,
[ the sick, the young and the handi-
, caped. The same is true of the ur-
gent human needs which continue
I unabated in Israel and other coun-
tries abroad. In 1068 at least 25,000
helpless Jews will seek refuge in
Israel. For countless thousands
i more, our contributions will fur-
: nish the hot meal, the blanket, the
garment, or pair of shoes which
| can make more difference than we
, can possibly know.
Because of unrelenting Arab hos-
tility, fed and fired by vast free
supplies of Soviet armaments, Is-
rael must be primarily concerned
with her security. Israel's young
men and women must remain un-
der arms instead of returning to
effective economic production All
of Israel's resources are now gear-
ed for her security
The burden of Israel's humani-
tarian needs now falls upon us.
the Jews of Miami and of America.
We must provide the care for the
aged, the sick, the jobless, the new
immigrant, the handicaped. Israel
needs over $200 million for the
care of these people and we
must supply that sum.
The vital needs of our fellow-
Jews in Miami and overseas must
be met through the 1968 Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency
Kund joint campaign.
For us. 19t'8 will be a year of
challenge. Each of us must sober-
ly resolve to give to and work for
our joint campaign. After the won-
derful response of 1967. I have no
I doubt of the outcome in 1968
NORTON S. PALLOT,
Campaign Chairman, CJA-IEF
Some 30 scholarships of $750 each at the
Kfar Silver Agricultural Institute in Israel
were pledged at the "Tribute to Israel" dinner
of the Greater Miami Zionist Organization o!
America. The ZOA sponsors the Institute.
Shown at the event are (from left): Max Par-
noss. president oi the Miami-Gables Zionist
District; Nan Cohen; Abrahotn A. Grunh it,
president of the Miami Beach District; Mo. ,-
Finegold, Ezra Finegold, president. Brandris
District; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Popick, Dr. a:it-
Mrs. Morton J. Bobbins, Mary Daniels.
Dr. Baron To Talk On Anti-Semitism At Emanu-EI Series
The extent of anti-Semitism
throughout the world will be dis-
cussed by Dr. Salo Baron, author
and lecturer, at the first of the
series of lectures sponsored by the
Tuesday Evening Forum, of Tem-
ple Emanu E!
The opening lecture will be
given Tuesday evening at the
Temple. Dr. Baron's topic will be
"Anti-SemitismAn Appraisal."
Par! ol the Adult Education Se
lie- ol the Temple, the Tuesday
Evening Forum meetings will also
be held on Jan. 23 and Jan. 30.
and the Sunday Breakfast Forum
meetings will be held Feb. 11. 18
and 25.
Dr. Baron was born in Tarnow.
Austria. He received his education
in Vienna and holds doctorate de-
grees in Political Science and
Journalism. He received his rah
binical decree from the Jewish
Theological Seminary in Cincin-
nati: Doctor of Hebrew Letters
from Dropsie College; and Doctor
of Hebrew Literature from Rut-
gers University and Columbia I'ni
v ersity.
His books include "A Social and
Religious History of the Jews" in
three volumes, "The Jews of the
United States A Documcntan
History" in three volumes. 'The
Russian Jew Under Tsars and So-
viets." 'History and Jewish His-
torians." "Essays on Maimonides."
"Jerusalem: City Holy and Eti
nal."
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368 f
1968 CJA-IEF Campaign Gets Into Full Swing
Morton Towers Increases
Gifts By Forty Percent
Residents of Morton Towers con-
tributed an increase of more than
40 percent over last year at their
annual luncheon on behalf of the
Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund joint campaign.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-El, ad
pressed the luncheon on the press-
ing needs of Jews in Miami and
in Israel.
Dr. Lehrman presented special
tribute awards to the outstand-
ing leaders from Morton Towers,
who worked "diligently in 1947
?or both the Combined Jewish i
Authoress To
Appear For
CJA Drive
.
Mrs. Gerda Weissman Klein, au- j
thor of the autobiography "All But
MjP Life," based on her expert
encea in Nazi-occupied Europe, will j
be making two ,
appearances in j
the Miami area
on behalf of the i
1968 Combined
Jewish Appeal |
Israel Emer- '
gency Fund
joint campaign.
Mrs. Klein
will speak first
before the
Mrs. Klein Greater Miami
Council of Pio- I
neer Women at a Snack Brunch '
Monday at the Algiers Hotel. On j
Tuesday, she will again be at the
Algiers for the Greater Miami
Women's Auxiliary for the Jewish
Home for the Aged. Both functions
will start at 11:30 a.m.
Mrs. Klein's book has been hail
fd by critics in the United States.
England and Holland as "one of
the most moving and beautifully
written books of Jewish suffering
and survival." It has also been
placed in the British War Museum
as a reference work on European
history.
A CONTRACT for the construc-
tion of a $5 million hospital in
Tanzania, East Africa, has been
awarded to Solel Boneh. the con-
struction cooperative of Histadrut,
the Israel labor federation.
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Fond campaigns."
These special awards were given
to: Emanuel Mentz. Morn.-, Minov,
Samuel N'orkeen. Abe Solosko and
Mrs. Emanuel Mentz, who also
served as luncheon chairman and
mistress of ceremonies at the
luncheon.
Others receiving tribute awards
were: Albert Anker. Aaron Fein-
stein, Alice M. Freeman. Irene
Goldman, Morris Graver. Helen
Hoffman, Maurice L. Kutz. Bess S.
Manischewitz, Benjamin Marcus.
Jack Margulis, Rose Marx, Mrs.
Charles Nusinow, Rose Parets. Ce-
lia Rosenblatt, Sam Rudenberg.
Ruth K. Steiner. Frieda Tobey and
Benjamin Wolff.
The Morton Towers Combined Jewish. .V.
peal-Isrcp! Emrigency Fund uni: its
campaign plans for 1968 at a repent ".-.
eon meeting with Dr. Irving Lehrmd
:.; Emanu-El. guest speaker. Shewn
from left] w : Morns Minov, Alice Freeman
[Mrs Emxrouel Mentz. Samuel Morkeen V-
Mi nlz, Rabbi Lrhrrrran and Abe Sbl
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day, January 12. 1968
*Jenisti fhridUdr
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Appointments Announced
For Key Campaign Posts
Fv.
'*
Some '.ecders of the newly formed North
Dade unit of the Combined Jewish Appecl-
Israel Emeiqency Fund joint campaign met
recently at a cocktail party at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Ettinger. Shown -from
left) are: Burton Young, cochairman of the
North Dade campaign: Mrs. Young; Sain
Fox, also cochairman; Mrs. Fox; and Mr. and
Mrs. Matthew E!:inger.
^North Dade Region Unites Jewish Problems Today
For 1968 C.J.A. Efforts
Seven synagogues in the North 'ochairmen of the North Dade
ade area have joined forces to campaien. and Norton S. Pallot.
-,ite the community for the 1968 1968 CJA-1EF campaign chairman,
combined Jewish Appeal Israel -----
Judge Milton A. Friedman will
discuss "Problems That Face the
Jewish People Today" before the
Morton Towers Men's Social Club
on Sunday. A 9 a.m. breakfast in
the Forte Towers Restaurant will
precede the talk.
Key appointments for the 196S
Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund joint campa.gn
were announced this week by Nor-
ton S. Pallot. campaign chairman.
E. Albert Pallot has again ac-
cepted the chairmanship of-the
Construction Division for the joint
campaign. President of the Bis-
cayne Federal Savings and Loan
Association, he will be overseeing
the campaign activities of builders
and contractors, building suppliers,
architects and engineers.
Named to head the Life Insur-
ance section of the Finance Divi-
sion was Samuel Kosman, chair-
man of the board of Seaboard Life
Insurance Co. Acting as his co-
chairmen will be Charles Sokol
and Samuel Rabin. Mr. Sokol is
with Protective Life Insurance Co.
and Mr. Rabin i a life insurance
agent.
HOTEL LEADERS NAMED
Harry Levy of the Versailles Ho
tel was appointed chairman of the
Hotel Croup of the Food and Hotel
Division His coehairmen are Ed-
ward A. Sirkin of the DiLido Hotel
and Jerry Sussman of the Carillon
Hotel. Murray Koretzky. National
Hotel, will act as associate chair-
man and Herbert H. Robins. Caril-
lon Hotel, is the chairman of Spe-
cial Gifts for the group
Honorary chairmen for the Hotel
Group are Joseph M. Rose, Royal
Palm Hotel, and Ix>uis Kenin. Al-
giers Hotel.
Herbert G. Paige, vice president
and general manager of Pepsi-Cola
Bottlers of Miami. Inc.. has ac-
cepted the cochairmanship of the
Food. Hotel, Restaurant and Allied
Trades Division of the 1968 Con.
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Enter-
1 gency Fund joint campaign.
Mr. Paige was vice chairman of
; the 1967 Israel Emergency Fund
of the United Jewish Appeal, con-
ducted locallv by the Greater Mi
ami Jewish Federation
Emergency Fund joint campaign.
iis is the first time in the history
CJA campaigns that this type of
local area effort has been at-
muted
The North Dade campaign got
fl to .in official start with a cock-
pi] party held at the home of Mr.
j d Mrs. Matthew Ettinger. with
Tore than 60 people attending The
lain speaker for the program was
)r, Max A Lipschitz. rabbi of Beth
Jorah Congregation in North Mi-
ami Beach, who is also chairman
Jor the area campaign.
Other rabbis and synagogues
participating in this localized pro
4 tram on behalf of the Combined
8'Jewish Appeal are: Rabbi Jonah
| t apian. Sky Lake Synagogue; Rab-
I Ralph P. Kingslcy, Temple
j S:nai: Rabbi Naftali Porush, Young
[Israel of Greater Miami: Rabbi
David Roscnfeld, Beth Moshe;
Rabbi Charles M. Rubel. B'nai Ra-
phael; and Rabbi Milton Schlinsky.
Sriath Ycshurun.
At the gathering. Dr. Lipschitz
n: essed that it was up to the people
Li the North Dade community to
['lead the way for Miami to reach
Ifae Combined Jewish Appeal goal
r>: SI .991.200. and raise as much as
. DSSible of the $221,000,000 which
Js needed in the Israel Emergency
Tund."
Others who addressed the affair
vere Burton Young and Sam Fox,
AN EXTENSIVE collection of
judaica has been formally pre-
sented to the Canadian National
library in Ottawa by the Canadian
Jewish Congress.

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The drinks are Florida drinks. Florida fruit punches,
Florida flips.
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uniforms.
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The physical part. Ilhl
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AGoDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave. van: Robert, .-..11
OrthoOox. Rabbi Isaac Ever. vvillinni 111. hk.i
.1 Mi
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. M5 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morris Barr.
---- ----
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz.
---- ----
ETH DAVID. 262* SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
Friday E tiwi 8:18 p.m. Sortrloea will
mark th- ponsrGfOtfloit'fl Kill anni-
vi-rsHO'. tlurst speaker, lir. Trmle
WflsK-KoHTUiirm. editor of The Jew-
ish S|)e.lHlor Saturday 9 Lit Ser-
mon: "Toaab. Lesson." Mincha .". p.m.
BETH EL. 900 SW 17th Avenue.
Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff
Friday ft:::" pin. Saturday 9 am. Ser- '
tnon "The Life of Jacob." Uincha '
1:1S i>. in
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St.. M.B.
Orthodox. Kabbi Bei-el Wein.
---- ----
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave..
M.B. Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
-
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson.
Friday B:js p.m. Sermon: "Enemies
from Within." Mr and Mrs A K.
Kit-ili. li will host the Ones Shabbal
in honor of their 33th wedding an-
niversary Saturday R:4S a m Sermon
"A I-oiik l.ii'e." *. pin. "Jaeoli'a
i am "
BETH TORAH. 164th St. ano NE 11th
Ave. Conservative R.ibUi Max Lip
schitz. Cantor Jacnfc oizer
Kridns anil 8:1 fi pin lias Mltzvah:
Miriam, daughter "I Mr ami Mrs
Maxwell Welsberg Saturdaj 8:80 a in
liar Mltxvah: Gary, son of Mr. and
Mr.- Munis Qruenbera.
BETH SOLOMON. 50 NW 51st PI.
Conservative.
---- ----
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E Rackovsky.
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BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
136 W. Dixie Hwy. Conaervative.
Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum.
Friday S:l"> p.m. Sermon: "A X.-w
Generation." Saturday S:4.'. a.m. liar
Mltzvah: lerome. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Bchwersky.
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B'NAI RAPHAEL MUi Conservative. Rabbi Charles M. Ru
bel. Cantor Jack Lerner.
----. ----
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
OP MIAMI. 1242 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Dow Rosencwaig.
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FT. LAUOEhOAlE EMANU-EL. 1801
S. Andrews Ave. Reform Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton. Car.tor Jerome
Kiement.

CANDLELIGHTING TIME
11 TEVETH 5:29
TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
Dr., S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her-
bert Baumgard. Cantor Michael Kyrr
----. ---,
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave Reform
" ihhi Samuel J.i"-
Kri.l.y Si.", p.m Qejeai speaker, Mrs
Samuel Z. Jaffe.
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TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL. 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
---- .----
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
755 SW 16th St.. Miami Rabbi
Ralph 2. Glixman. Cantor Benjamin
ben Ari.
Friday s p.m. Saturday X:4.'> am liar
Mltzvah: Alan, son of Mr. anil Mrs
Seymour Fein; Jack, son of Mr and
Mrs. Bernard Steal. Mincha .". p.m.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. MOO N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Car.ro Cantor Albert Glantz.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "How t..
I-, i iur Hands." Saturday t a in
S.rmon: "Portion of the Week.'
- ---
TEMPLE ZION suOO Miller Rd Con
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman
Friday s:ir, p.m S.rmon: "The Life
of a Nation." Saturda} 9 .. m Bar
Mltzvah: Stenban, noii of Mr. and
Mrs. William Marshall
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftah Porush
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YOUNG ISRALL OF MIAMI BFACi
1542.44 Wash.ngton Ave. Rabbi A.
Ben-Hillel.
---- ----
TEMPLE SHOLOM 132 SW 11th Ave..
Pomp.ino Beach. Conservative Rab-
bi Morris A. Skop. Cantur Leon
-.eon.
Friday R:is p m Sermon "The Prime
Minister a.id the I'r. nidi lit, I.. \ i
i:-hkoi an.I byndon Johnson Sat-
urday I0:4S a in Bar Mltzvah
Jonathan, son ,.f Mr. ;,,| Mrs |.. ,,n;,r,|
I'latt.
----
TEMPLfc cmanu-EL. 1701 Washing
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman Cantor Zvi Adler
; Friday 11:30 p.m. Serin..... "Itabbi,
Why Is There s.. Mu.h Bvll in this
World?" Saturday a in Sermon:
"Weekly Portion of the Bible." Bin
MltSVah: Bernard, son of Mr anil
Mrs. Roberto Susi. Mincha Bar Mltz-
vah: -Veisell, hoii of Mr and Mrs
Jullua Kaadln
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reiorni. Hanoi
in-oh R Narot.
Friday S:lfl p.m. Bermnn "1'hlef
H.-iulUy Right or Wrong
TEMPLE ISRAEL Or" .V1IRAMAR
3500 SW 69th Way. Conservative.
Rabbi Irwin Cutler.
TEMPLE JUDEA. 5500 Granada Blvd.
Reform Rabbi Morris Kipper.
Friday 8:16 p.m. Servi.-. will marl,
the first anniversary of the temple
eoiMM ration. I'ulpit guest, I >r Jacnh
P. Rndtn, of Temple Iseth-Kl. \..
iork. praakt.nl ..: Bynagogue i"un-
**il <"l America
rtMPL6 MENOK/"i R2v 7sth St
Conse vat.ve. RaoB. Maver Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman.
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH DADE
Temporary olfi-e- 18S11 NE 22no
Ave Reform. Bant- Ralph Kingslev
Krldas 8:13 i'm .....
X,.....naliam 1>I..... >' v>,
JewlKh Eyes." Saiurda} M a"' '
Mltzvah Kuasell. ......' >'i "l
Mrs Bernard Klenel All -'"'.-.
held ai Washington Federal, Nl-
|67th Street
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 E
4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
In.lav S:1R p.m Sermon The
Treausare of Baali itsdalam -s-i'
unlay 8:45 a.m.
TEMPLE ZAMORA 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell 3er-
ger. Cantor Seymour Hinkea.
Frldav vl~. p.m S.rm...i A Loiter
I to Ond." Saturdaj vi:. am s.rmon:
"Scriptural Lfjaaotl
TEMPLE BETH SHALOM of Holly-
wood 1725 Monroe S. Conservative
Rabbi Morton Malavsky Cantor
Philip Lutman.
---- ----
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOV. 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronisn ;
'"antcr David Cpeviser
Fridnj 8:13 p m Oneg Shahhal hnst-
...1 b) Ml an.I Ml- AI Allnian Sat-
turaj 9 a m Mini ha "'"" P '"
TEMPLt cJtTH TOV. 64^R SW 8tn
St Conservative Rabbi Smion Acil
Friday 8:15 p.m tJueal apeaker I-ouo
Sehwnrlzman, xe. ulh dlreel
the Bureau id Jewish Ktlueatimi
Tnple "Whal I* Itighl ill Jewish
F-Mueatloi sail y Sei nion I'
lion ..f Ihe Week
e
TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 275 NW
199th Street Conservative Rabin
Abraham M. Cusel
e
TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80th St. and
Tatuni Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tion.!! R.ibbi Enger.e Lanovitz. Can-
tor Edwird Klein.
Frldn) i.l'. |i.m Salui !" a m
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Fundamental Principle /
Rabbi Copfon
"
Church, Temple
Leaders Discuss
Future Dialogues
The second series of dialogues
will be held ai Temple Ner Tamid
Wednesday evening in the Sklar
Auditorium
Subject will be Shall We Con-
tinue Having Dialogues'" The fea- '
hired speakers will Ik' Father Da- ,
vid Russell of the Diocese of Miami
and Editor of the Catholic publica-
tion. 'The Voice"; Rev. Tom W
Obenauer, pastor of the Carol City
Methodist Church.
Dr. Eugene Labovitz, rabbi and
spiritual leader of Temple Ner
Tamid. will act as moderator and
participant in the Symposium.
-
By RABBI JONAH E. CAPLAN
Sky Lake Synagogue
In this week's portion of the
Torah. Jacob is distressed over
the disunity oi his children. The>
are now grown
up and are each
going his own
>vay. What will
happen to them
in the future?
Will they hold
to the faith of
their father?
By what formu-
la can he hope
to unite them
in a common
bond of faith
and into one
united people'.'
The Raoois tell us that when his
children responded in one voice:
Shema Yisrael "Hear 0 Israel
the Lord is our God, the Lord is
One," Jacob knew that their faith
would survive, and that he could
now die i" peace
We, today, live in .1 more com
plicated soeiet> than did the sons
of Jacob Yet the basic Formula
for Jewish survival is the same
I: has .th;n 11 the nts to
meet future contingencies and hi-
l ire challenges.
1 would like in set down in briel
form what the fundamental prin
ciple "i Judaism i-. that we, in
turn may pass it on to our chil
dren
Like all religions, Judaism de
mands the belief in a God. The
(mil nl Judaism is One and m
divisible. He i- without body, shape
or form of any kind. He created
the Universe and everything in it
He endowed every human being
with a spark of divinity that en-
ables him to rise to a level just a
little lower than the ai
.Man's relationship with Cml ls
based upon man's fiilf;1'-,. m of
God's law i5 stated in the rorah
Belief in God withj.- accept.
ance of his law is a denu. ,; Cod's
purpose in creating man. and
therefore cuts man off from God.
God is valid because Hls T-n-ah ig
valid. The God we believe in is the
God of the Torah.
The belief in God. therefore,
hinges upon our accept a nc- ,f His
Torah and the validity of His Law
Judaism, in contra-distir.c'.ion lo
Christianity, is based on law. Man
cannot abrogate the law if the
Torah any more than he car abro-
gate law in general Our civiliza-
tion is based upon Law i:-,| law
i at the core of our vi ry ,-\,-'
encc. The Ijw of the Torih ,1
the core of Judaism. The survival
of the Jew is tlependent entii
upon his identification with
Law of the Torah as hi- wa<
life.
Professing a lnhef ir. Sod
empty and meaningless, u
tompanu-d by compliant >o Ji
ish law. The man whi
proclaims bJa honnty maj n p
lice turn out to be a th. \ I
preaehment ia the important tl
but the tleed (Sahiu o: 'he F
1 rs The Torah tea<
Mit/vot And you shall
l^>nl Miur Gotl and you shall k
lli~ oidinanees. His law- and His
commandments all the days '
iDeul ll:li.
1 live implies olietlie; and
compliance to law A Child who
professes love tor hus parents
must translate that love I obedi-
ence to parents and respect f"i"
their teachings. It must ..'ertamlv
be so with God. He is our Father
and we are His children
LIVING HEBREW
prcsenled by THt TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF
HEBREW CUITURE ond the AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION
Editor: Dr. Shlomo Kodrth
FT. LAUDERDALE TEMPLc BETH
ISRAEL. 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd.
Rabbi Philip Chaiton. Cantor Theo-
dore Mindich.
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
126 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd.
---- -
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
---- ----
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI, 1201
Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbraun.
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L-
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Paenass
Friday r':-i" and :ir. p.m. Bermon:
The l>..-t QeltaMtlon Plndn Itself."
Saturday s;tq .uni Bermon: Tin- t
Necessity of Beautiful Perw>nallty."
Bar Ultsvah: Alan, eon of .Mr. and
.Mrs Mi.t.-k Klyininiiii
JACOB C. COWfN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stem
Cantor Meyer Engel.
Friday 5:1S p.m Baturday S:Sfl a-m
Berrnon: A i'Iuiiihi- nf Heart."
KNESETH ISFJAtt. 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox. ..Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Friday 8:16 pam gjimon: "Ruaaia and
h-r Holt- in th. Mldeaatern t'onfllct."
MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. Cantor
Louis Cohen.
---- ----
OHEV SHALOM, 7011 Bonita Dr., M.B.
OrtnodOV. Rabb. Phineas Weoei I
man-.
Bavturda) S:Sfl a.m Bermon "Whj Did
\\.- Fasl on Thursday?" Mim-na S:18
SEPHARDIC JEW.SM CENTER. M"
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmiae.
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E '
Caplan.
Friday .'. and 1:111 p.m Bermon: "The'
Future mid Prophecy Mr and IJw
Morris Itarhlin will hosl Hi.- Onaai
Bnabbat. Saturday I am Bermon
Th., Itirtli .,( ,-, People Mincha
(:16 p.m.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con
ervative. 1025 NE 11rd St.. Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky.
Cantor Harry Sterling.
Friday 8:19 p.m. Barraon: "Fous Boar
aona tinder tin- Bun." Ban Mltsvah:
uall. dauahtar of Mr and Mr* Charlea
Il.-llri. S.-iturdny 5 40 a in liar MitS-
fKcibbinical television jrroqravne
Jan. 14 Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Sol landau.
Topic: The Hassidic Movement.
Guests: Rabbi Abiaham Korf and Dr Nissan Mindel
Jan. 14 Ch. 10, 11 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi David Raab. Beth Raphael, Miami Beach
Jan. 16 Ch. 2. 2:30-10:30 p.m. Man to Man
Topic: The Theology of Evil.
Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Participants: Rabbi Irving Lehrman, Temple Einanu
El. Miami Beach: Rev. Neil Wyrick; and Rev
Rene Gracida, Nativity Catholic Church
ii #
.. ....
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Vayehi
Jacob blesses Ephraim and Manasseh.
"And Israel stretched out his right hand, and laid it uoon
Ephraim aJhwc who was the younger, and his left hand upo
Manassehffhead' (den. 48.14). '
h KiVAY5 u- JaCb liVed '" Esy|" -vcars On his death bed
he blessed his sons, predicting the destiny of the tribes that were
o descend from each of them. Ephriam and Manasseh Josephs
two sons, were included in the roster of Jacobs sons ihe head
of future tribes Jacob died; the Egyptian physicians embalmed
,i1 X' f^ ",C CUS,m f ,he C0Un,rv J* bur?
h"s ancestors'ana8n- '" th ^ f ^^^ '^the.'wit'h
fathe^TS.th0"^?^ t p,ovidc for his bro,hers "' their
father s death Before his own death. Joseph made his brokers
Z ,ha,LW^en theV returned ,0 CWMnttey would take h
bones w,th them to the Promised Land. Joseph died mean
^ftSSf"- body was p,accd ,n a %&&
Thit recounting of th. Weekly Portion of th. L.w is extracts
^ ^rdDu,0n "T" "Phi History of th. ^jg?
editad by P Wollm.n-Ts.mir. $15. Poblish.r i, "ri the
volum. I. avail.bl. .? 27 William St., N.w York S, N Y Prjltd.nt
of th. socty distribotin., th. vo.um. i, Jo*^ sSun,
THE SECRET OF LOSING
WEIGHT
A. Ihe face is the face of
Yitzchak, hm where is ih
' rarporation"?
B. M> friend, I've liquidated the
corporation" completely.
A. It's easy to say liquidaicJ."
but how? 1. myself, am very
anxious lo lose weight, but it
does not work. I lose tine
pound and gain two, How
about you?
B, I've discovered my ftiend. the
secret of losing weight! Nol
lasting nor dieting, only
leadingthat's the wai to do
il!
A. Nonsense. I read volumes on
proper eating and metabolism.
But it does nol work I read,
and the belly swells.
I You didn't undci-iaml me. I
read Income lax literature;
This is reading that makes
>ou shnt: Announcements,
memorandums and warnings
m the morning; declarations,
a^essmenu and appeals at
MM; "last warning'1 and
announcement of foreclosure
in the evening.
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v I l j ., r -
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rftrft ps^wp -exit *)*
wrv /fp9 n'"B,!r imrV
flUMH JfBtD
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imp} ,"f^v ** f0**1 ***
nnn
i%2~2 *jjiri^ i .riff n^-ian .k
T 'c^-n ,rnfi2T "^?*?. *fi
...' nniVifl ot*Z\
W$? "?!* "fir! p,it^ ijTV vh .a
nio-.js : nwsrroo nnes
rfiHjao ; ",2'5 i^
' rjyjim *nj(hQf nyflth
A. You ate correct, this i, real
I'hlwamri- for dieting, Ijood
luck 10 you!
VOLR DICTIONARY FOR TOUAY

swells
income lax
memorandums
declarations
avscssments
appeals
warning
foreclosure
real
rnsin
nppn-DsS
riinx.T
r.yv
RTJI
stomach rd
(."corporation") I
absolutely r>w^ni
(completely)
to reduce. nrrb
to lose weight
to be anxious p&nyrt?
(o Ium Tccn?
fast 04
Sr.inktoini.il i.>n dwsn *W^P
of matciialt


F idfy January 12. 1968
+JewistlkricUar
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EDWARD COHEN

Minority Benefits
Zionists Told To Coma
To Israel or Quit
Continued from Page 1-A
Israel government would take Ihe
major responsibility for absorbing
rants. Dr. Goldmann ex-
pressed the hope that the world-
wide Conleienee of .lew
cations that he heads will come to
enibraee more organizations and
will deal with more problems than
hitherto.
I planned to do a piece
this week on Rabbi Jacob AgUS,
who delivered the second annual
Harry Simonhoff Memorial Lec-
ture OB whether we were Jewish
Americans or American Jews.
Some one, commentinu to me
after il was over, described the
talk ..- a welcome change. "It
was s< positive. I'm getting fed
up li! eninn and reading about
the die appearing Jew. It's nice to
hear 'hat we're a partner in
Amer .a. not just a minority"
Th:.' good old American spirit
whicl 1 share with several hun-
dred lillion others took hold of
me just when 1 was ready to sit
dimn at the typewriter. Invited
at th< last moment to view the
Pro 1 layoff game. I couldn't re-
sist t: t call despite my intuition
that .". wasn't going to be worth
the time. Call it more than in
tuitioi many years ago 1 started
my nt spaper eareer as a sports
write, and have never lost my
interest in the games we play I
know :rom experience that all-
star contests or meaningless
plaj ffs" such as this hardly
brinj. out the best in the players.
.More'.. er. I'm the old-fashioned
type >ho believes that football
should be played from late Sep-
tember to late November, and
not i MB early August to late
January. By now it's all a bore.
Ch< .king the rosters of the two
team.' (Los Angeles Rams and
Cleveland Browns) during one of
the rr.iny desultory moments at
the Orange Bowl. 1 found it diffi-
cult u accept Dr. Agus' theory
that we were partners in Amer
u.i C-rtainly not on the football
held The only resemblance to a
Jewiafc name ua.s Bass and Jo-
sepaaon, and from the upper deck
they odn't look Jewish. I have no
doubt -hat there arc a few Jews
playing pro football and even
more on college fields, but some
how Uiey don't seem to stand out
as do the ones in my memory of
the days when we were more a
minor > than 'partners.''
In nay day. there were such
quart- -back giants as Benny
Friedman and Sid Luckman. both
collegf and pro greats, and Mar-
shall Goldberg, a Pitt halfback
who r *de All-America two years
ninnir The Jewish boys didn't
only shine in the backfield. for
Roy Monsky and Aaron Rosen-
berg were a couple of linemen
who oi>o made the All-America in
the oi.ys when only eleven men
.'- were chosen for their ability as
,:.. nd players and not as spe-
cialists on offense and defense. It
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may be that Jewish football play-
ers are so common today they are
lost in the crowd, which may or
may not be a commentary on Dr.
Agus' thesis
On the other hand. I was think
ing as Frank Ryan tossed another
bad pass and another TV com-
mercial time brought everything
on the field to an even greater
halt, that the Jewish basketball
players have become so assimi-
lated that the game no longer
belongs to us. To repeat, IN MY
DAY even a YMCA team had to
have a Jewish player or two to
be successful. City College ol New
York. NYU, even Si John and
Fordham (Catholic colleges, if you
didn't knowl resembled the Mi-
ami Beach Council in that usual-
ly the lirst tram consisted ol four
Jews and one who wasn't. And
don't forgel Long bland U. All-
Jewish.
In the days when basketball
depended more upon set plays
and precision passing than on
great height and speed, the "more
clever Jews"short and shifty, il
was said, because of their ghetto '
upbringinghad almost a monop-
oly on the national champion
ships. Then came the tall, strong
boys out ol the West and Middle
West and the changed rules. And.
as tar as we can tell today, the
Jewish basketball players are as-
similated out of business, too.
The most obvious victim of our
partnership In the American
dream is the American boxer.
My children will never know the
joy of rooting for Benny Leonard.
Barney Ross. Jackie "Kid" Berg
and many others. Including Maxie
Baer who they tried to tell us
wasn't Jewish despite the Star of
David worn on his trunks. The
late twenties and early thirties
weren't the only radical days,
they were exciting ones for Jew-
ish chauvinists as they gloated
on their fighters' victories over
the likes of Mcl.arnin. Canzoneri
and Kilbane. Jews held titles
from featherweight to heavy
weight and were outstanding con-
tenders at all times.
I could go on reminiscing about
other sports and other great fig-
ures of the good ol' days, but the
message is now clear in my mind.
As I watch the great Negro foot-
ball, basketball, boxing and track
stars of today I must confess that
I kind of envy their minority
status. Looking back to before we
became 'partners," I realize that
there were many compensations
and joys, whether we were actors
or only onlookers, in being Jews
in America and not quite Ameri
' can Jews.
Working from a mobile unit parked at Washington Ave.
arid Lincoln Re.. Miami Beach, members of the Lubavitchsr
Chabad Movement promote the use of tefillin (phylacteries^,
offering instruction in their use to Jewish pass^rsby. William
HTtman (center) is shown the proper technique by Sam
Schachno (left) and Rabbi Abraham Bleso'sky.
Chabad Unit Opens Drive
To Promote Tefillin Use
Palmer
The Chabad l.ubavitcher Move
merit this week opened a campaign
on the streets of Miami Reach
aimed at promoting the use by
local resident.-, of tefillin fphylac-
teriesi tor daily prayer.
In line with an intensive cam-
paign underway in various cities
throughout the world. Ihe local Lu-
bavitcher group, headed by Rabbi
Abraham Korl. has outfitted a bus
which has been narked at a num-
ber ot points in the city where
pedestrians are encouraged to put
on the tefillin.
Passersby who accept the invi-
tation to don the tefillin are sup
plied with a pair of them and are
given instruction in their use.
The international tefillin drive
was started by Lubavitch shortly
befOK the outbreak ol the Six-Day
War and gained momentum when
a unit was set up at the Western
Leaders Attend
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of the Department of State here
Tuesday.
The meeting is one of a series
of such meetings sponsored by the
Department of State for the pur-
pose of briefing civic, religious
and business leaders on various
i aspects of our nation's foreign pol-
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The United Synagogue represen-
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Philip Schiff. president. Southeast
Region United Synagogue; Rabbi
Allen Rutchik, director. Southeast
Region United Synagogue: Rabbi
Sol Landau. Beth David Congrcga
lion; Rabbi Max Lipschitz, Beth
Torah Congregation, North Miami
Beach, Mrs. Malvin Englander,
Miami Beach and Jerry Sussman.
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Friday, January 12
Between You and Me:
By BORIS SMOIAR
Prospecta Look Very Good For 1968 Campaigns
IN NUMEROUS cities Jewish communi-
ties have started their first fund-
raising meetings for 1968 and the results
are very encouraging. All indications
point to the fact that the contributions to
the I'nited Jewish Appealfor both the
regular campaign and the Israel Emer-
gency Fund campaignwill in 1968 be
approximately the same as in 1967. when
American Jewry excelled itself in unprecedented giving.
Although the Six-Day War is long over. Jews in this
country realize that the danger for Israel is far from
being over. Jewish community loader- who w<
national I'JA Study Mission to Israel are stimul il
communities to maximum giving bj pn enl eye-
witness reports of what they have seen in Israel and
in the territories acquired by Israel during the Six-Da)
War They leave no doubt that the primacj given to the
Emergency Fund of the I'nited Jewish Appeal in the
critical days for Israel in 1967 must be maintained also
in 1968
As time marches on and Egypt as well as Syria-
supported by Russiacontinues to threaten Israel
renewed war. it becomes obvious to leaders ,>f A.nencan
Jewry that l-rael needs all the financial aid it cat
from Jews abroad for its humanitarian work in order ti
be able to IS its own resources for defense work
see the \ -' ibornly refusing to talk peace with
rael and the\ n Egypt's intensive military prtpara
with the aid <>f new Soviet weapons They feel them-,
morally bound to keep the Jews in this country alert
the fact that the danger for Israel in 1968 may !>< eve
greater tha:-, la-; June, since the Arab forces have
given up in their foal of annihilating Israel and a.
her Jews
Israel Newsletter By ELIAHU SALPETER
The Struggle Behind Mapai-Rafi Merger
B
Jerusalem
\Y ISRAEL standards, at least, it
was a very strange political
happening when the Rafi Party had
its convention and decided to re-
join Mapai. from which it broke
away two and a half years ago.
Rafi was formed a few months
before the 1965 general elections
when former Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion
culminated his fight with his successor. Levi Eshkol.
by walking out of Mapai.
Quitting Mapai, Mr. Ben-Gurion took with him
two of the most promising young leaders of Mapa;
the former Chief of Staff General Dayan who. by
then, entered political life and was Minister of Agi
culture: and Shimon Peres. Deputy Minister of De-
fense. Together with a number of other Ben-Guri in
faithfuls they formed Rafi. hoping to become an
alternative to Mapai. In the ensuing elections, the)
obtained, however, only 10 of the 120 seats in the
Highlights In Sports
JESSE SILVER
Soccer Champ
QON MARKUS of Long Island University has been
named the outstanding college soccer player of
the year, and was given the first Robert R. Herman
Award. Markus. an Israeli citizen, was selected in a
poll of the nation's college soccer coaches. He re-
ceived 97 votes, 10 mure than the runner-up.
Herman is the owner of the St. Louis Stars
the National Professional Soccer League. A
with the trophy. Markus won a trip to Europe
witness championship soccer competition,
In his three years at LIU Markus. a 5-10. lSd
pound center-forward, scored 80 goals, led the Black
birds to three NCAA tournament- and played on
teams that were 11-2-1. and 14-2-1. This year LIU
lost 4-0 to Michigan State in the NCAA semi-final.-.
People here in the United States don't realize
that scoring isn't everything," the modest Markus
once remarked. 'Many others on the team have
better skills than I do. But I shoot, so I score."
Like mother, like daughter and like father, at
least in the Gyarmati family. Andrea Gyarmati set
a Hungarian women's national 100-meter butterfly
record of 1:09.2 this past season, and won the same
event at the first European Junior championship in
Sweden.
Andrea, 14, is the daughter of the former Eva
Szekely. 1952 Olympic breaststroke champion, and
Dezo Gyarmati, three times Olympic gold medal
winner in waterpolo.
In 1957, shortly after the Hungarian revolt, the
Gyarmatis came to the United States with the idea
of remaining permanently. However, after only a
brief stay, they returned to Hungry.
Mark Spitz placed third in a vote of the UPI'a
European sports editors which selected the 1967
sportsman of the year Harry Getz of South
Africa was named chief of the Mexico City swimming
competition. Getz held the same post in Tokyo in
1964.
Besides Spitz. Paul Katz, Ken Ziskin, David
Solomon and Randy Midkiff for the men, and Cathv
Cole and Sandy Isaacs for the women, were listed
in Swimming World magazine's 25 best USA 1967
long course list. Spitz made it in six of the 13 in-
dividual events.
LIU goalie Mickey Cohen also played a big part
in the Blackbirds soccer success over the past three
campaigns. He had many shutouts to his credit
Another soccer goalie was Hank Greenberg's youg-
est son Steve. Steve guarded the nets for Yale
Mark Lazarus and David Pleat are the only Jew-
ish players appearing regularly in professional
league soccer in Great Britian. "Most young Jew
ish footballers (soccer players), reported the Lon-
don Jewish Chronicle, "start and finish their foot-
ball life in Sunday football. The sad position is
that the game appeals to most Jewish players only
as a form of leisure. Most would not consider
taking it up as a career."
Knesset, with Mapai's relative strength diminis
only slightly.
In any case, since the 1965 elections, three tlunu-
became evident: First: some of the best elements
of Israel's young, progressive leader-hip on all
levels gravitated toward Rafi: two. 'hey failed to
develop an ideological mass appeal: three, they
were almost always broke, compelled to operate on
a shoestring budget.
Thus. Rafi leaders were not too optimistic about
the future of their party when last summer- war
crisis broke out The general lack of confidence in
Eshkol's leadership, which a few days before the
outbreak of the war made the majority of the
Mapai Secretariat compel Eshkol 'their own leader)
to hand oxer the Ministry ol Defense I Raii
Dayan, seemed an opportune moment : >r Ral -
turn to Mapai Rafi leaders genuine!)
the national emergenc) required buryii
chet and .<' th< i <...... -
majority in Mapai which gave Dayai :<-.
p it tfolio will ultimately unseal Esh i
ol Mapai Old Guard Ral
' ess to mer w ith Mapai
However, it undi ..
the Old Guard Led by Mrs G
almost succeeded earliei ,,;
pointment as Mn ish i ol Defense m .
ever) trick in the book to prevent Raf -
or at least make sure that
Avoda preceded merger with Rafi
Thus, when the Kan eonvi nl
in mid-Decembi r there was a very voca
led b) Bet iurion who ppos I
majorit) v not verj
merger either It was a
leaders >l
to their best behel
I ed p iwei
-entions.

did nol stn .-hen the pn
help much when Dayai
in favor ol th lefi
Ol the f.' I
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Times Change
HE WORLD KEEPS goin^
around and around in the
same circle, but all the time, it -
hanging too. Take the Jewish
mother.
Bernard G. Richards, who heads
he Jewish Information Bureau
ind knows what's what, says we
lire at the beginning of a new era
With respect to the Jewish mother
The day, lie lays, when the Jewish mother said
"M> son. the doctor." l- gone forever.
Today, the Jewish mother says. "My son. the
i| the physician).
Beit .interred lOffle status, bul I
eems to have losl a good deal
- Ma e ause in the old days, you -..
i(, visited his patient- or al
I. Ed lie Cantor used
lor would pass the BmI !
man on the sixth floor wo
my A .- sick' ind tl I ictor would -
hac I astor oi and throw dowi ..
sn't visit pal enti Pi
t too disl e won't \ isit
machine on l u
(tons I iui various symptoms
Hi i out will come a :
a set <>: china The
i) push the wrong buttons a
when we have appendicitis.
ins men and women si
' e< ) foi physics and chemistry.
i" course, then- is research in
fiel Is >l hemistr) and physi -
nificanl discovei
e tpapers were full of the
Kornberg a Ji wish physii
the DNA particles
' kno i what it all about, b .
great breakthrough in
be able to change his
I I :;., .
-
Capitol Spotlight By Milton hiedman
Mideast Clash Br<
Washington
JHE REPUBLICAN lean,:
in the House of Represent a-
t ves has strongly rejected the Ad-
ministration assessment that the
Soviet military buildup in the
Middle East does not "pose any
immediate military threat to the
1 nited States and its allies
Israel feels that the unrelenting Soviet
shipments to the Arabs poses a verv real tl
So does the escalation of Russian naval an! a-
power movement into the region
The State Department, however, does not re-
gard Israel as an ally. President Johnsons l),t,m ,
er 19 remarks duferentiated between United S a,es
commitment to South Viet Nam and Israel The
Preslden made clear that America has a Treau''
with Saigon but none with Israel
House Minority Leader Gerald R. Ford has
opened a heavy attack on the administration's Mid
die East policy. Rep Ford. Michigan Republican
que.st.oned the "credibility of President oh "':
commitment to Israel." The GOP assault ," a med
at the apparent failure of the administration *2
the Arabs. ^ ^ ^^ *i
Rep. Ford served notice that the second sem
of the 90th Congress will challenge the adm n- '
tion s response to the Soviet-Arab buildup The Re
publicans will demand stronger U.S. support of\i
rael inc hiding provision of jets and other arms
Israel previously obtained from France A drasUc
change in Israel's defense posture is seen by Sp
w s In Congress
incelation of contracts bv
- source
. '"," lei sees American support oi
32,, nS| security interests of our own
Even 1968 ,.,.,. M(>| M Hectjon (he y^
'..,"," ," be drawn on the Middle East is-ue
>"' WMicmm have losl all patience with ap-
'-;"t of the Arabs They |W ,oncprned |e5
Russia hjfiltrate the Mediterranean while the United
V M n'"'"^ M',',,1,nl-V '"capable of bringing the
Vie Nam war to a successful conclusion.
ton iKm -Whft a,,p*'ared a manifesto for 1968.
Israel sti ^ 'ha* "l <**"* consider S3
f he n7nHVr th0 na,i0nal securi,v in,*r,s
word !""''? S a,es and e rest of the free
Pam atTl'nSl>\members of ^e Republican
are .L k *}** 'he adtration to P> far
Rna;aei de1(;uch im~as K
estab ishn fn, nyment in the Mediterranean; the
A h ,"f R,l,SSian bases '" ^ypt. Syria and
USSR to It rr,rICn!,ng arms shipments by the
banned giant na,bSK: 2S T%* in *** f Soviet
annea g.ant jet bombers of the TU-16 type
sians^nt^Veln8 "?" '",he Penetration of Rus-
South Yemen ?ha"d ,he "eW PeoPles RePublic f
Nass,r J F.v,,, ,arrugant refusal of President
S facVto-fa e'L3"' ,her Arab lead"s to engage
cvnicial a, ack T negot,a,ions *"h Israel; the
France and th "f" by Pridlt de Gaulle of
and anti-bra. n^n,el ?mPai8" anti-Semitism
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January 12, 1968
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: 'rs. Leonard ftos^n (center) aro
p la party aiv^n by the Hebrew Aca-
. Greatr Miami to mark the rou]
Idii i n trriverfeary. The Rosens
:g o' honor at the Academy
r Sunday evening. Also shown (from!
leiO are: Jade Popirk, Ora Lee Gross. Rabbi
A', jjoander S. Gross, principal of the A
::':'. ... >ller, ::nan of I
Hebrew Academy To Build
Junior High School Facility
Beth David Marks
55th Anniversary,
Presents Speakers
Marking the 55th anniversary of
Beth David Congregation, members
I the Sisterhood and Men's Club
ill present a community service
i-'ogram on Wednesday evening in
>pector Hall. Topic will be "Drugs.
Drink and Morals."
Adele Segall Faske, assistant
^tate Attorney and a member of
:eth David, will serve as panel
oordinator, with Ray Pearson,
riner Circuit Court Judge, act-
ig as panel moderator.
Participants will be Richard
Uersteio, State Attorney: Paul
'aker. Dade County Criminal
Court .Judge; E. Wilson Purely,
Director of Public Safety; and
Raymond R Bellinger, supervisor,
Narcotics Bureau. State of Florida.
Chairman of the evening is Mrs.
Milton Green. Committee members
arc Mrs Rich'ird Bailey. Mrs.
Nathan Glover, Mrs. Henry I lodes.
Mrs Sol Landau, Mrs. Nathan
Spie elman. Sisterhood president.
;nd Stanley Scher, Men's Club
president
Weekend services at Beth David
will mark the beginning of its 55th
anniversary week with scrolls pre
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separate facility for the Junior
High School was taken in response
to the growin nd for admis-
sions to tin- division.
He said the Academy was forced
to turn away 175 applicants to
Junior High School during the past
year because of lack of space and
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t
Details of the new project will
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Vice-Mayor Irwin Christie, chair-
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Space Scientist To Address Dinner
Of Chabad Lubavitcher Movement
off. velvu caiiHt
Dr. Velvc] Greene, a leading au-
thority on space microbiology on
Ihe (acuity of the University of
Minnesota, will be the featured
guest speaker at the annual dinner
of the Chabad Lubavitcher Move-
ment, it was announced this week
bv Rabbi Abraham Korf. regional
director of the movement.
The dinner will be held on Sun-
day evening. Jan. 21 at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel.
Dr. Greene has been active in
the nation's space program and is
a pioneer in the developing field of
microbiology of space exploration.
Guests of honor at the dinner
will be Rabbi and Mrs. Giniple
Orimland and .Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ton H. Mayberg.
Jews And Protest
Is Institute Topic
Prof. Paul Goodman will lecture
on "Jews and Protest" before the
Eugene and Shirley Greenfield
Adult Institute of Temple Israel on
Sunday morning.
Dr. Goodman has taught at the
University of Chicago. New York
University, he was the Knap;> Dis-
tinguished Scholar at the Univer-
sity of Wisconsin in 1964 and is
presently a member of the Univer-
sity Seminar on the City at Co-
lumbia University as well as a
Fellow of the Institute for Policy
Studies in Washington. D.C.
He has a number of novels to
his credit as well as volumes in
the area of social studies, includ-
ing -Growing Up Absurd," Com-
munity of Scholars." "Compulsory
Mis-Education." and his latest
book, "Like A Conquered Prov-
ince: The Moral Ambiguity of
America."
'Animal Farm1
To > Reviewed
The Poalc Zion ( haim Grecnberg
Branch "i Greater Mla.ni is hold
si meeting Wednesday
evening at Washington Federal.
1234 Washington Ave
The program will include a re-
view ol "Animal Farm" by George
Orwell, ^im" by Dr. Simon Wilen-
sk\. ami '"The Significance of Jew-
ish Book Month" by Mrs Nathan
,1 Soroff, cultural chairman. Mrs
Prances Parker will offer a group
ol songs
Also on the agenda will be In-
stallation ot officers with Abraham
Fraidlin, nominating committee
chairman, presenting the slate.
and B( rnard Furman conducting
the ceremony
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n the Temple Social Hall.
The concert will also featu-e
Cantor Nico Feldman and
Nora Feldman. apera singers.
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Miss U.S.A. and Miss Universe
Pageants in 1968. according to an
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\AMC Chapter Meeting
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fJenisr noridHmr
Page 3-8
nball Named To
ead Federation
waiters Bureau
Kiinhall. retired business-
loin;
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, Massachusetts, has been
chairntaq of the Greater
u-.li Federation's Speak-
,11 for the 1968 Combined
,ppeal Israel Emergency
.nt campaign. Mrs. Irving
,,s been named secretary
ireau.
jrpose ol the bureau is to
speakers who will address
. ional (unctions in the
mi ea to provide information
th. various agencies of the
ati Miami Jewish Federation
!: needs of Israel.
Ir K.mball has been active in
-h ffairs for many years and
m -'I as membership chair-
n fi :he New England Zionist
lember of the Combined
peal speakers bureau in
I served as president of
T< pie Emanuel Brotherhood
; Hebrew School in Haver
Mi .
- Vexler has been active in
Federation programs for
i ears, serving on the ad-
rj immittee of the Federa-
ol Jewish Women. She is a
president of the Fairlawn
> School PTA and past
sidi of the Coral Division, Na-
il iiincil of Jewish Women,
atei Miami Section.
ferary, Musical Evening
literary and musical evening
Jday >ill be sponsored by the
nd Pinski Club at 832 Wash-
ton Ave. Program will feature
J. Stunuel Rozansky of Argen-
wl d will speak on "Sholem
BcheTi." Ben Vomen will lead
paomunity sing and L. Lasavin
extend greetings.
accountants Ltaxmeh MIS*

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Miami Friends Of Telshe Yeshiva
Formed; Dinner Set For Jan. 30th
HAHUr KIMBAU
AMC Chapter Meeting
Greater Miami Chapter. Ameri-
can Medical Centor at Denver,
was to convene on Thursday eve-
ning at Washington Federal. 1234
Washington Ave. Mrs. Mae Moses
is president.
A dinner marking the establish"-
mentofthe Greater Miami Friends
of Telshe Yeshiva will be held
Tuesday evening. Jan. 30. at the
Fontainebleau Hotel.
Rabbi Bcrel Wein. spiritual lead-
er of Beth Israel Congregation,
Miami Beach, is serving as chair-
man of ihe event. Cochairmen are:
Rabbi David I-ehrfield, spiritual
leader of Knesseth Israel Congre-
JFCS Announces
Staff Appointments
The appointment of three addi-
tional caseworkers to the staff of
the Jewish Family and Children's
Service was announced by I.eon D.
Fisher, executive director of the
agency
The new staff members are:
Mrs. Richard Bernstein, who was
previously associated with the
Jewish Child Care Association of
New York; Mrs. Jack Rosenthal. a
recipient of a Greater Miami
Jewish Federation scholarship;
and James F. 11. Henry, a recipi-
ent of a JFCS scholarship.
gation; Leo Robinson and Samuel
Iteinhard.
Founded nearly a century ago
in Lithuania. Telshe Yeshiva has
trained thousands of leading Jew-
ish scholars, rabbis, teachers and
laymen. During the Nazi holocaust,
the Yeshiva was reestablished in
Cleveland, where it is located on a
57 acre campus serving a current
enrollment of 500.
In 1960. a branch of the institu-
tion was founded in Chicago and
now has an enrollment of some
150 students.
Members of the Telshe Yeshiva
dinner committee include:
Joseph Applebaum. Murray Ber-
kewitz, Norman Ciment, Joseph
Cohen, Seymour J. Eisenberg.
Aaron Goldman, Joseph Gonshor.
Menashe Hirsh, Moses J. Grund-
werg. Hymen Kolko. Jacob Kotler.
Morris Lipp and Baruch Litvin.
Also Louis Merwitzer. Alexander
Moskovits. William Pancoe, Leo
Rappaport. Sam Rosner. Sam
Schechter, Oscar Shapiro, Joseph
RABBI BEREL WEIN
Sharpe, Isadore Spolter. Samuel
Waldman. Mrs. Samuel Zaager and
Leonard Zilbert.
^REHOUSE
22nd Street
If'"'. 33137
I
"iirotv old along with met
''The he si in yet to be.
"The last of life, for uhuh
the first wan made."
Twenty-five or thirty yearn ago
tio Jewish community in the
United States could offer its
elderly "the best;" perhaps if
a community Mas doing an ade-
quate jobT it could offer its eld-
erly "the good."
But since then with the advance
in the art of meeting the health
needs of the elderly, in archi-
tecture and the understanding
of how to hnild for the conveni-
ence and comfort of the elderly,
and in social work and the in-
creased understanding of the
needs of the aged, we are aide
to give them the hest.
On Miami Beach, at our
PAVILION FOR THE
AGED and JEWISH CON-
VALESCENT HOME, we
give our oldsters regular
residential nursing a n d
convalescent care, the hest.
In a n atmosphere o f
warmth and home, our
community provides pleas-
ant rooms, food prepared
according to the dietary
laws, and care that fulfills
the medical, nursing, so-
cial and recreational needs
of each resilient.
But the PAVILION FOR THE
AGED and JEWISH CONVA-
LESCENT HOME has a bed
strength of 15(6 and a waiting
list of 42 aged men and wo-
men desperately neeiling its
care.
The hands of the clock have
outrun us and them.
And so. the PAVILION FOR
THE AGED and JEWISH CON-
VALESCENT HOME has un-
dertaken the activation of a
General Mental Health Clinic.
Let us together push forward
the hands of the clock with
our generous contributions.
DEDICATION OF:
THE MARGARET
AND ABE C. FINE
NURSING
PAVILION ON
SUNDAY,
JANUARY 14, 1968
AT: 2 P.M.
The Public is Cordially Invited

PAVILION FOR THE AGED AND
JEWISH CONVALESCENT HOME
320 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 532-6491
We need your help now. Tfc heat if yet to be.


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Friday, January 12
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New BB Chapter
Chooses Leaders
Lincoln Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Women, was to receive its charter
and install officers Thursday noon
at the Algiers Hotel.
Heading the roster to be ushered
in is Mrs Milton Sands, president:
Mrs. Sam Horowitz, president-
elect: Mrs. Morris Reifien. Mrs.
Ben Skolnik. Mr.-. Lena Young. ,
vice presidents.
AKo Mrs. Manny Selznick. '
urer: Mrs. Nat Friedman. Mrs. Rita
Wrubel, Mrs Lillian Berger, secre-
Mrs. L.Uian Ros ill histo-
rian
Package and Games Party i P'tal m Monday at 1230 p
Louis D Brandeis Women's Club \ w"hington Federal. 1234 -JT
Hill have a package and games 1 ington Ave. Mrs. Ruth SchuMir,
party for Variety Children's Hos t is president. u'ner
A soothing message
to the weary weight-watcher.
The plannnincj commii rpter Mizrachi Wo-
met day the races ::: V."-?dr.esciay :'.
.re ica] Park trorr left '':.: '' ." k lainn 1:
S ~ tree rer.Mri '-.-.. ?. presid
ir S lay. All pi
Israel,'with Mrs. II .. .-'-.
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AJCong. Units To
Mrs Ii :.. B. Kaplai
' ce 1 nt.
men's Division, .'.
( n Jewish Congress
- test spa ak< r at th inii
, of the newest A 1C >ng 51
comprised of young marri
lursriay evening at the home of
Kit. Charles Silver-. 6500 North
Meet On Thursday
Rd.
Mrs. Kaplan, who has
n Isri as I k
1 Mj Di [htei ...
. nteer.''
A post Chanukah meet
I by the newly ton
Florida V met
sicn. American Jewish Con
was to be held Thurs :> 11
in Forte Towers South. .; I
Guest Mrs Lot
er m I! relat Pi rs
a : Ral Stej
and Family.''
Mrs. Susan W Feller, pres
3nc! Mrs. Morris K ;an, w
l;o=t a luncheon following
meeting.

1130
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re to
the
Beth Israel Rabbi
On BB Program
Rabbi Berel Wi ii | B -th Israel
Congregation will a is the Mi-
ami Beach B'l Bi B'l th
Wednesday evening at the Algiei -
I. Rabbi W< u ho has just
ed fron lens
0 Israel will talk
action in the Unite I States 11 the
Israel."
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City Of Hope Unit
Plans Card Party
Robyn Ti ; n Ch r 1 ity of
B]
Firsl Fi
sr. Thurs laj it .. a
card party was I I w with Mrs
Rose Liny hostess for the e\
in honor of her 46th vveddir
niversary.
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PITTED PRTO
K KOSHER PARVE
Rabbi Frazin On
Club Program
The Brotherhood of Temple Beth
Am will sponsor its montnlv con-
gregational breakfast on Sunday
at 10 am in the social hall Dr
Maxwell Dauer is pro-ram chair-
man.
Guest speaker will be Rabbi
Robert P. Frazin. director of the
Soutneast Council and South Flor-
ida Federation of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations
Dessert Coffee
On Schedule
The Women's Division, Miami
Beach Chapter of Technion was
t 'P.nrJ! dessert coffee Thurs-
day a. 12:30 p.m.. at the H,
A( ademy.
Rabbi Alexander Gross. prci.
evn, nCA"dem>- i relate his
SSV......'""' =
Mrs. Nan Cohen is program
chairman and Mrs. Milton Sirkai is
chapter president
SOME 30 Chanukah dinars were
distnbuted to needy senior SS
MM Md their families bv the
Chanty Foundation of the George
Gershwin Lodge. Knights of py.
Pearl Buck Here
For League Meet
P( arl Buck ix gu< :
It thl i :
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B-an^eis University Women
and ppetei
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Ben Zion Gil pi grai
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Harrj M Kaplan. 4310 S
Dr.. Miami Beach Mrs A
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Hollywood Chapter Of Hadassah Plans
Annual Education Forum On Tuesday
Hollywood Chapter of
under the direction of
il vice-president. Mrs.
- h inbatim, will present
ai nual education forum
-,i.r. ;it 10:30 a.m at the
nter in Hollywood. Topic
laj will be "Jewish Com-
in a Changing World."
speaker! will be Rabbi
. dau who is on the execu-
mmittec of the Rabbinical
My, the board of governors
National Assembly for Ad-
wish Studies, and on the
Panelists Talk On
Generation Gap
Sisterhood of Temple Beth
I] meel Wednesday at 10:30
lo hear a panel of speakers
ng I>r Florence Wechsberg,
i>r Morton Notarius and Leon
director of Jewish Family
hildren's Service, who will
disi i*s The Challenge of Bridg-
(lapBetween Generations."
Di Herbert If. Baumgard will act
dtrator.
Mrs Max Millard, vice presi-
dent, announces that plans are be-
ing formulated for an adult con-
ion class for women. The
six-week course will cover history,
bible, customs and ceremonies, and
.: problems in Judaism.
Mrs Alan Kessler is president of
l ri.up.
SHALL WE DANCE" is the sub-
>r the film to be shown Wed-
: evening at Surfside Com-
> Center by the Surf-Bal Bay
h of the Miami Public Li-
committee of Jewish affairs of the
American Jewish Congress. He
erves a* conrri'nator of the Rnh
b:nical \s=oc ation television pro
c:am. "Still Small Voice." on the
University of Miami committee on
continuing education board, and the
Miami-Metro committee youth
advisory board He is the author
of "Christian-Jewish Relations" and
"The Length of Our Days."
The second speaker will be Dr. '
Seymour B. Liebman. author, lee- !
turer and member of the faculty
of the University of Miami. Mr
Liebman was the assistant attorney
General of Florida, and currently
is an instructor and lecturer at
'he University of Miami and the
University of the Americas. He is
consultant for the Dade County
School Teachers Associations: lee
lurer for the Mexico-Israeli Cultur-
al Institute. "The Enlightened," is
Professor Licbman's latest book.
A report on American Zionist
affairs will be given by Mrs Martin
; Smith, organizer of the Anne
i Frank Group of Hadassah. Mrs.
I Smith was the former vice presi-
; dent of the Florida Branch of the
. National Women's league, and is
a member of the Committee for
i Quality Education.
A special guest speaker at the
forum will be Seymour Mann,
president of the Broward Chapter
of the American Jewish Committee
> Mr. Mann is also a member of
the Fine Arts Committee of Holly
I wood, and a member of the Na-
] tional Board of the United Syna-
gogues of America.
Luncheon will be served at the
mid-point of the forum.
Shown greeting guests at the recent "Sweet
Chanty" Special Event lor Greater M.
Section National Council of Jewish Women
are (1 tor) Mrs. Stanley My=rs, national vice-
president; Mrs. David Rich, section s-
events chairman; Mrs. Edward Oppenhei-i
section president; and Mrs. Charles Rosen
berg, section ways and means vice-presiden
Mrs. Epstein Cited For Braille Work
Some 750 guests were present
Wednesday at the Algiers Hotel,
when Greater Miami Section, Na-
mon Award to Mrs. William (Betty)
tional Council of Jewish Women,
gave its coveted Hannah G. Solo-
Spstein.
Named for Mrs. Solomon who
founded council in 1893. the ci-
tation is presented "for outstanding
contribution to disadvantaged
children and young people."
Among the first women in Miami
to learn braille, Mrs Epstein pio-
neered council's program here in
1953 to help provide special edu-
cation for the visually handicapped
She now is section coordinator for
the program which includes a
Braille Bindery. Located at the
Dade County Textbook Depository-
Building, it serves as a factory
tor binding as well as a depository
I for brattle textbooks for the Dade
County School System.
Mrs. Epstein has taught over
200 people to become braillists.
and has initiated a method of il-
' Ihi Temj le Beth Sholom Sisterhood rehears 5 a
i sent i ai th regular monthly meeting
lay i Sisl rhood L >ui i i th? Te-
m left) ai lea lames: Robert Jafie, Solomon B.
Matthew Cor; manday Elliott Pearl and RuH .;
i
Diet Masters Diet Club
PROUDLY ANNOUNCES ITS NEW LOCATION
613 N.L 127th ST. 759-0950
NEW CLASS STARTING THURSDAY 7:30 P.M._____
Remember how good
bread used to taste?
August Bros.
still does!
' AUGUST BROS. BAKERY
10777 N.W. 36th AVENUE, MIAMI, FLORIDA
lustrating braille with three di-
mensional pictures.
Mrs Epstein has learned the
Nemeth Code for new math and
is now South Atlantic Consultant
for the code. She is one of the
very few in the country' qualified
to transcribe and teach the braill-
ing of mathematics according to
the new method.
Under her guidance, volunteers
have contributed over 5000 hours
of work, bound some 700 volumes
and brailled well over 25.000
pages. In addition to fullilling re-
quests from schools, a UN Guide
for Visitors has been compiled,
1 an insurance rate manual for a
' blind insurance agent, and a floor
plan of a Miami hotel for a recent
convention of blind participants
Mrs. Epstein received the 19th
annual Dade County Woman of the
\ear Award in 1965. the Note-
worthy Award from the National
Braille Club and a gold disk from
the special education teachers in
the public school system.
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So. drink it, enjoy itin good health.
It's !0t)', real coffee, too.
Only the caffein has been removed.
And caffein adds no flavor to any cup of coffee.
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fJewist Fkridlian
Friday, January 1?. igjg

1
'Atbout people and gl*
WHAT'S AN OPEN HOUSE?
When it is at Del and Raymond Rubin's
house it is unusual food and unusual guests. We
had to miss it and to tell the truth, we missed
the goodies most. All of the Rubin Mishpocha
and their vacationins children were there. They
were all waiting for a call from Del"s son. Dr
Harlan Lane, who was skiing in Innsbruck.
Austria. Harlan. who teaches a postgraduate
course in psycho linguistics at the University of
Michigan, is spending a year teaching the same
course to the professors at the Sorhonne. Be-
cause the circuits were all so busy, the call did
not come through until later
Augusta Rubin, whose son. Mann Rubin, is a
Hollywood TV playwright, (his latest TV show is
"Mission Impossible") was here from New York
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stetson are here for the
winter months. Joseph and Bea Meltzer were
commenting on the palm trees they were seeing
for the first time with what they called "borscht"
lights. Ralph Hollander, whose Chanukah pres-
ent to his wife had been a ticket to Massachu-
setts to see the grandchildren, was alone. Since
most of the guests were world travelers, the
question heard most often was "Where have you
been lately?" I would have liked the recipes for
the five different kinds of home made cookies
TEN SHORT YEARS AGO
"Have you seen that fellow, what was his
name, who sat behind you. lately.'" -What ever
happened to that big guy in our lab clas-""
Joan, who is married to Dr. Paul Glassman, got
tired of trying to answer all the quest ions she
was asked about the Miami Beach High School
Class oi 1957. So she got in touch with the
president of that year's senior class. Dr. Charles
Arftin, and his wife Dena. and they sparked the
class reunion that took place recently at the
Algiers Hotel. First of all. they got a committee
together, which included Mrs. Edward Harris.
Mrs. Milt Oceans. Mrs. Samuel Rothman, Mrs.
Donald Widdenhouse. Mrs. Phyllis Sweet Tur-
ner, Thomas Kratise and Josh Sirkin. What fun
they all had! When one gal heard there was to
be a reunion, she lost 75 pounds. Mr. and Mrs,
Irving Katz and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ruby, who
had been on the faculty that year, couldn't get
over what nose jobs, high fashions, hair color-
ing and wigs had done to the class of '57. The
women all looked younger and more glamorous
than they had ten years before in school. Loads
of prizes were awarded. Robert Goodman re-
ceived one for having the least hair. There was
a picture showing how much hair he had when
he graduated. Mr. and Mrs Ronald Wellman
won the prize for having the most children (foun
The Dr. Paul Ghissmans were one short- the}
only have three: Pamella. Monica and Todd. The
most recently married couple were Mr. and Mrs.
Bennett Kerzfeld. Others present were Dr. and
Mrs. Steven Margolis. Dr. and Mrs. Charles Lynn,
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Gettis and Mr. and Mrs!
Mark Rubin. Harvey Farr was the 11th at one
ol the tables-ior-10. He doesn't have a wife
FOUR SCORE AND TWENTY YEARS AGO
It really hasn't been that long since Marcie
and Aaron Kanner had their first annual Orange
Bowl Buffet. But it has been a long time and
history and people repeat themselves.
This year for the first time the huge tent
attached to their house in Bay Heights was a
brand new yellow and white one. The food is
always good with "Miz" Kanner's famous stuffing
and her home-baked cakes and cookies. "Miz"
Kanner's also famous Cora, majestic in white
with her hair piled on top of her head, received
her "Howdy do's" in her private realm the
kitchen, just coming out to say hello to a few
of her special friends.
As tradition warrants. Aaron met the guests
with a glass of eggnog made before their eves-
wit h a big bowl of pure white eggs, pitchers of
cream and blenders. Marcie. alwavs a calm and
composed hostess even in the days when she and
Cora did all of the cooking for the partv in the
old house in the Southwest, happily greeted
everyone. She was assisted by the voting Kanners
Lewis and Marcia. Richard and Krista.
Meeting the same people year after vear
brings back the same memories. There was
*
II
aces
Shirley and Sam llciman. Looking at Sam's beam-
ing face one was reminded of an incident that
has been handed down. When he was campaign
chairman of CIA. he came back from Israel
with a sad story of a woman refugee named
Rachel. In his most sorrowful Southern accent,
with tears in his voice he was telling this sad
tale at a meeting when all of a sudden a bent old
lady wrapped in a shawl dashed madly up to Sam
and everyone yelled. "It's Rachel!" She was one
of our talented actresses.
Max V. Cogen had his wife. Irene, by the hand
She looked adorable in high black bools. Sally
(Mrs. Aaron) Kravitz was lamenting the fact that
the couldn't have her traditional New Year's
Breakiast because they're moving. The way
things are done today, it will no doubt be two
years until she has her new apartment in the
Four Ambassadors fixed to her liking. Gloria
Murolf. on her way out with her husband. Melvin.
stopped to kiss "Uncle" Leon Kaplan. Why didn't
she saj Grandpa? Grandma Dotty Kaplan was
saying hello to Claire and Art Rosichan, Their
kids, Dick and Ellen Rosichan. were here from
New York lor the holidays. Ellen looked lovely
and no one knew that she is carrying a secret
around with her.
Hazel and Judge Irving Cypen were on their
way to another dinner. Hazel was trying to figure
out where to cat and what. Sidney Aronnvitz had
his "Mrs." with him this time instead of daughter
Karen, who was at a partv ol her own. The
Kohlenbergs, Dr, Sain and Lee. ju-t slipped
through the back yard lo gel to the party.
Other guests included Mr and Mrs David
Davis, Mr. and Mis Harry Katz, Mr. and Mrs
Richard Todd. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Ansin, Mr
and Mrs. Aaron Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Raffcl,
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Safer. Mr. and Mrs. Elliot
Blumenfeld, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ackerman Bab-
ei'.e hasn't changed one iota), Mrs Arthur Win-
arick, Mrs. Samuel Kanner. Mr. and Mrs Joe
Cohen, and Mr. and Mrs Gus Fcuer.
On the way out we saw Edna Wolkowsky try-
ing to find a place to park, bin Dai ny and Diane
Heller had taken the last parking place There
were literally hundreds streaming in and oul ol
the Kanner house. Missed the Stanley Myers, who
hadn't returned from the Carolinas an
ney Lefcourts. who bad taken all ol Iheir kids,
big and little, to the para le
OVER AT THE GUTHMANNS
This was tiu- third annual New Year's Eve
party at Sue and Eddie Guthmann's The part)
started at nine o'clock with drinks and hors
d'oeuvres all evening, a late buffel supper and
a later going-home time. This year the Guth-
manns had a dance floor put over the pool. Last
year there were too many unexpected "fall-ins "
The three Guthmann children. RiCk\ Lisa and
Bobby, floated armmd until they could no longer
keep their eyes open. Among the New Years
Eve-ers were Dr. and Mrs. Howard Novell Dr
and Mrs. Mickey Weinklc. Mr. and Mrs Marvin
Haven. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Katzen, Dr and
Mrs. Dave Kramer, Larry and Nancy Guthmann
from Chicago, the Jack Furmans and the Lanny
Letts. Joan and Al Bakst. good friends ol the
Guthmanns from high school davs. were there-
AI 'I'd the catering for the party, wind, was
fantastic. So they are still good friends,
THE SPUR-OF-THE-MOMENT PARTY
All of a sudden there were a hundred and
twenty people a. Richard and [rma Feder's house
on H.biscus Island. There house |S a,,,-, unusu ,
-(he entrance branches out in,,, a living ,. ,
family room and the Florida room. There were
guests in every room and out on the patio and
round he poo, as well. Sam Fig. fromWashfng
m V, ] S c,1,h,'';i-'slic about the Grand
Mus.c-Hall of Israel that he wanted to see hen
all aga.n. The entire cast was at the partv-siv.v
strong Whil ne bai.(endcr ^XLyvX
he Wishes of the other guests, the Israel, fid
n'ntTh Tv** JUiCe and S0(,a POP a" "f co irs,
all ol the delicious goodies. Guests included D?
and Mrs. Lee Dubb.s. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tobin
D,. andI Mrs. Ted Aidman. Mr. and Mrs. Charles
robin. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Tobin, Mortv and
Linda, Kaplan. Herb and Louis Kaplan and Dr
and Mrs. Silvie Alfonso.
Frances Lehman
De Gaulle Denies Anti-Semitic Intent In His Comments
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PARIS (JTA>-President Charles
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week that he had been surprised
by the Jewish reaction to his Nov.
27th press conference comments
on Israel and the Jewish people
and that it had been far from his
intention to promote any anti-
Semitic views.
Cen. de Gaulle made that state-
m' lnWLa Pr'vate conversation
with Rabbi Kaplan.
At the press conference. Presi-
dent de Gaulle called Israel "a
war-like state, bent on expansion "
and declared that the Jews were
a domineering" people who had
earned ill-will." He was severely
criticized by both Jews and non
f.S.f
fSriinside Francc an for those comments
Gen. de Gaulle reportedlv agreed
readily with Dr. Kaplan that help
Given to Israel by French Jewry
could not be considered an act of
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With ISABEL QROVE
City News Editor
lien's news lor all the follow-
ers o! the Bard the University
of Miami Southern Shakespeare
Repertory Theatre will be housed
in the Coconut drove Playhouse Tuesday.
The second semester of the
Women's Institute of Jewish Stml-
ies. sponsored by the Sisterhood
of Temple Kmanu-Kl. will begin
'
Dcothy and Dick VeKon, their
ter Betty, Helene and Dr.
Sand. Zi, Wlr and Betty Pet-
tit, Ted Ericson, Dorothy and
Arthur Andersen, gathered re
centlj for a dual celebrationthe
Vehon's 30th anniversary
Dick's birthday,
known a mm'
and
The couples,
their friends as
Isabel Grove
i
S inging Threesome."
down to Mexico and
i tin-, summer for the
rthda> "I Milton Reynolds.
hons preceded that trip
cruise to the West Indies
en a combination business
.i-iii, trip to Manhattan
irdlj taking time out to
the (Jableites hopped the
('it : Miami" to Chicago and
., Ic it .ill the .i> to the
V\ last where the) visited
t cb, who is attending na> al
in Sau Diego Still in the
another trip to Chicago
il ev iously canceled trip to
I ,iki I lUise and Banff
*
y're oil"' will be the cry
ton Towers North Women's
Club members, husbands and
on Thursday. Jan. 26.
w her thej congregate at the
Pompano Rstce Track Selma
Cohr is going all nut to make the
alia, i delightful one. aided and
abetted bj president Elsyt Wex-
ler.
\ cord crowd is expected to
turn '.it for the Hebrew Academy
20th annual dinner this Sunday
at the Deauville, honoring Mr.
and Mrs. Leonard Rosen. Heading
the lest list will be such out
standing citizens as Mr. and Mrs
Samuel Rosner, Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Silve', Mr. and Mrs. Leo Robin-
son, Mayor and Mrs. Shepard
Broad, Rabbi and Mrs. Irving
Lehr-rian, Commissioner and Mrs.
Irwi' Christie, Mr. and Mrs. Har-
ry Rosenberg, Mr and Mrs. Ja-
cob Rifkin and Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome Bienenfeld. (luest speak-
er w II be author Harry Golden.
Mr. and Mrs. Sy Altman of Bar
bados, lonn time friends of the
R ISI is, lieu in last week to at-
tend :,, champagne brunch giv-
en : r Leonard and Dorothy at
the Deauville Hotel on Sunday
mon ing. Said they wouldn't have
missi ii the occasion for anything

I .' tots who suffer from asth-
ma will he the unseen benefi-
ciaries of the Lorber Chapter
progressive dinner Saturday eve?
mil'. P!ie annual affair will begin
Witl Mr. and Mrs Murray Toret-
*ky i-ts in their home for cock-
tails proceed to la maison tie
Mr. nd Mrs. Ernest Harris for a
in,'' and conclude with des-
sert i rid coffee chez Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Scharps. Chairmen are
Mrs Ira Segal and Mrs. Leonard
Hayet with proceeds earmarked
for the Children's Asthma lie
sean !i Institute and Hospital at
Dei
idler's a late entry, has
111 ': it back to 21st Street on
'' Beach for the season. No
8001 had the restaurant opened
iban manage* Bill Sa-
fian began greeting old friends
the first were hotel man
Harr.. Mufson and his family.
* *
M .net Mrs. John Bass just re-
' l:' iu Beach from an
ext< Bive Kiiropcan trip, bring-
ing along a number of important
acquisitions which are presently
exhibited at the Bass Museum of
Art. 2100 Collins Ave.
<
Age turned the tables on youth
the other night at Caesar's Forum
when Jimmy. Levenson brought
wife Carol and daughter Eileen
to celebrate son Mark's 17th
birthday. Mark had been bother
ing his lather all week for a car.
and alter dinner. Jimmy gave it
to hima six-inch solid gold Cad
iliac!
The annual New Year's Day
musicalc and continental buffet
supper given by pianist Esther
Barre't at her home. 2810 SVV
16th Ter.. attracted a full quota
of international artists. Among
those offering a high quality of
entertainment were Alex Roller,
violinist, who concentrated on
Hungarian melodies; Iris Lane,
whose sweet sopranocvoice made
the Victor Herbert songs even
sweeter; Mi>:hi Gibson in imper-
sonations; Canter Mcrdecai Yar-
deini, offering Jewish folk songs,
and Spanish violinist Amilia
Estivill ,n gyps) airs, o, course
i he hoste a b< companied the
_ in--1 artists and played several
SOlOS iij addition. Members of the
sophisticated audience included
Ruth Brotman, hers ii a soprano
ol note, J'-idy Kaminsky, Mr and
Mrs. Joseph Foiel, Mr. and Mrs.
Leo Scherker, Mr. and Mrs. Bud
Cutler, Mrs. Michl Gibson. Mrs.
Mordecai Yardeini, Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Schwartz, Mrs. Alex Rol-
ler, Mrs. Daniel Broad, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Brenner and the She-
han family (Patricia and Miehele
participated in the program).
Ellen Levitov was named "Miss
Southern Region" at the recent
winter convention at Jekyll Is
land. Ga for Voung Judaeans.
The Miami group walked off with
several other coveted awards,
among them a second in Israeli
dance competition and third in
the song contest. Individual hon-
ors went to Carole Glatter, who
placed first in the essay compe-
tition ami Judy Lelchuk, who
snagged third place in art.
this summer To be launched
July i), the three-week run will
include a trio of plays drawn
from "Hamlet.'" "Julius Caesar."
"Henry V" and "The Royal Hunt
of the Sun." |
Planning a series ol celebra-
tions this month to mark Beth
David Congregation's 55th anni-
versary, committees have been
setting up the events scheduled
for the week long festivities. Al-
ready firmed up are a community
service program for Jan. 17. a
Sisterhood luncheon and fashion
show on Jan. 24 with Mrs. Isidor
Cohen, one of the original con-
gregation founders, as guest of
honor, and an Oney Shabbat on
Jan 2fi as a tribute to Louis Ga-
don, educator, who has been on
on the congregation faculty for
SO years. Among Sisterhood mem-
ber- involved are Mrs. Nathan
Spiegleman, president; Mrs. Mil-
ton Green, who is serving as
chairman on Jan 17; Mrs. Sol
Lanc'vi, Mrs. Nathan Glover,
Mrs. Henry Hodes, Mrs. Richard
Bailey. Also Mrs Philip Medvin,
Mrs. Marvin Gillman, Mrs. Sam
Badanes, Mrs. Jack Greene, Mrs.
Seymour Friends, Mrs. Morris
Rabinowiti, Mrs. Burton Levey
and Mrs. Morton Weinberger
classes in beginning. Intermedi-
ate and advanced Hebrew will lie
I inducted at 10 a.m and at
a.m.. the paflticipants in the thi
classes will meet in a "Brui
with the Rabbi" session in Sirk
Hall
Mrs Theodore I! Slnih! ai
Mrs. Mario M Stone are cochair-
men.
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Friday. January 12, 1953
GIOKIA
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I WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Gloria (Mrs. Samuel 1 Ro^ner was brought up along
with the tree that grows in Brooklyn. She really had three
fathers. Her mother died when Gloria was three months
old. Her father Hyman Block and
two much-older brothers Oscar and
Ben accepted their responsibility
with enthusiasm. Before Gloria
could use the new skills she had
acquired at business school along
came the war. Away went Gloria
into the Women's Army-Corps, in-
to the recruiting part of it. She
would have liked to be sent over-
seas. But in one of those "strang-
er than fiction" stories she was
sent back to New York to work in
Ihe Grand Central Induction
Palace. That was the most glam-
orous job in the army, recruiting
women. The W.A.C's were always
having their pictures taken, mak-
ing speeches, attending public af-
... fairs- making training films and
constantly being in the public eye. Since they were the
first women to appear in New York in uniforms thev took
tne center of the stage. Two glamorous years in the ser-
vice.
Every time Gloria had visited Miami Beach she got
to like the climate and the community more each time.
sne tinally came here to live.
Her marriage to Sammy Rosner was a Cinderella storv
!,,meI a."d married her b055' son She says she rememb-
thi ft! .k w*re.yesterda>'. fed Shochet was best man. So
work in t I'""5 W'ld behind- went int0 organization
uork and has been working her head off ever since
iWRle 'w.the army Gloria bec"3mc awar* of being a
Jew. Brought up in New York surrounded by people of
lWonTnThf"t.h ^ hadnt reaHZed ,here Were "
5hi h ll \T f S'X mi,hon Jews affected hpr deeplv
She deeded that ,n her own small way she would try .0
keep Jud.asm alive. If all of the Glorias in the word
fZherT* ,hiS ne Gl0'"ia'S effor,s 5 would hear no
further discussions on "What is a Jew."
dJiSf! HW^d iS 10w in ,he sixIn 8rade at the Hebrew
Accademy Gloria, feeling her religion so intens" n-
cognizing the need for setting little feet in the right oath
became actively involved in the work of he HeSew
Academy. She served as PTA president for three ver
Now she is in her second year as president of the
Hebrew Academy Women. Its a full-time jT as much So
as if she were back in business. There's ahvavs ri.nH
raismg, the gift shop, the school supply room he libfarl
social activities, the hundred and one acSties tna t-o
Sy^'p'-rinrs^eS^ioSs
JLUSJSSs,ven by lhe Hebrew "2
Gloria's husband Sammv is a Mm j_____
hotel business. The life of a Lei m >T guy ,n the
from anyone else's Durin- th S V"n,ly is different
go to the IterlTng Ho ?e?,.' STt?? a"d ?>
eat with Daddv. or there's no tellinn h' ma'"velous <
get to see him. Between seasons d in" ,'he 2* ""P
comes home for dinner listenTtn Ih n summer he
hair records, goes to concerts Ud h ColiecUon f 'ong
to the fullest. rtS and theatre and enjoys life
finish tsar tffh^r. sat the hotei *
while she is at he Academv V "P -Btai ,hp da>'
completely dedicated ttheTdea? ofVe Z, Tl *"*'
Fantastic in her devotion to f,- hl Hebre" Academy.
heritage of her re.igion'Through "the^X st fiH
un,.nngIy as president of the *Heb, TaVrn tme"
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A reception and dinner at the
Biscayne Terrace Hotel followed
the nuptials there Saturday, Jan. 6.
which united Randi Lou Marcus
and Charles Appel. Rabbi Leon
Kronish officiated at the 7 p.m.
ceremony.
For her wedding, the bride wore
a gown of peau de soie and Alen-
con lace. A three-tier veil was held
by a matching Dior bow with
beaded Alencon lace. Her attend-
ants were Linda Susan Marcus and
Gwcn Tischler.
Best man to the groom was Nick
Colantwano. with Robert Rozen
and Gilbert Cown as ushers.
On their return trom a trip to
Puerto Rico, the newly-weds will
live in Coral Gables
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip
W. Marcus, 230 N. Shore Dr.. new
Mrs. Appel is a graduate of Miami
Beach High. She attended Ohio
State University and the Univer-
sity of Georgia and will earn a
degree at the University of Miami
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Max Appel. 1520 Mar-
seilles Dr. A graduate of Stetson
University and the University of
Miami School of Law, he is a part-
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College Seniors
Are Betrothed
Announcement has been made of
Ihe engagement of Cara Livia
Gardner and Terence Michael So-
koloff. both seniors at the Univer-
sity of Georgia.
The bride-to-be is the daughter
of Mrs. Estelle Garner. 3770 Roval
Palm Ave.. and Ben Gardner" of
Hallandale.
The prospective bridegroom is
the son of Dr. and Mrs. Arthur So-
koloff. 717 N Green way Dr., Coral
Gables.
Barry Tobias And
His Bride Take
Trip To Canada
North Miami will be the new
home of Marlene Joan Barnett an*
Barry Robert Tobias, who were
married Saturday evening, Jan 6
at the Diplomat Country Club
The bride, daughter of Mrs Ethe'
Barnett. 1745 Calais Dr.. and grand
daughter of Mrs. Essie Cohen
graduated from Miami Beach High
and Miami-Dade Junior College
and attended the University 01
Miami. She is also a graduate of
the Florida School of Medical Tech
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The bridegroom, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Paul M. Tobias. 1365 N\V
196tth Ter., served in the U.S
r Kahn Navy and attended Miami-Dade
Junior College and Wisconsin Stat^
College.
The couple will honeymoon in
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Evening Nuptial*
Unite The Sniads
Butn Lieteskind and Mo^shc
Sn.ad v,ere married Saturday eve-
ning. -.Tsn. fl, in the Dupont Plaza
Hotel".
The bride selected a gown of
pure gi k faille, fashioned with a
boal rieddiai. Appliques accented
with ptarls and crystal beads on
Alencon lace tiecoiated th- ( ame-
lot sleeves, the e.npire waistline
ind th=' cathedral length train.
Flower* A Alencon lace beaded the
clustered floweis which held the
bouffai I illusion bubble veil.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Liebeskind, 234 Santillane, Coral
Cable- "he bride graduated from
Coral (.fl)les Senior High and at-
tended 'he University of Florida
in,l M ..mi-Dade Jun'or Olles*.
She continue her education at
State I lviTsity of New York. .
Tht i.oom, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Arm .viiad, 1600 Pennsylvania !
Ave., .-aduated from Miami Beach
Senior High and the University of
Miami School of Engineering. He i
nil! take his master's at Syracuse.
Th< Dride's attendants were
Shelly L.ebeskind, maid of honor.
Suzanne WpJpe.Judy Cohen, Yo-
UriIj .tin.ir. and Clarita Katz,
MRS. mosHi sniad
bridesmaids; Jtuth Silber. Benate
Akerman, junior bridesmaids and
Tamaia Lindau, flower girl.
The groom's attendants were
Leon Kopel. best man: Moishe Cel-
nicker. Milton Silber. Bernard
Akerman, Robert Weingast, and
Manolo Fainsteta, ushers.
After a honeymoon in the Virgin
Islands, tne couple will live in
Pou?hVeeps-ie. N.Y.
June 16 Weddine
tor Uonna Levy
And Paid Kelman
Mr. and Mrs. L. Frank Levy, of
No.ioIk, Vj.. announce the engage-
ment o. their daughter, Donna
Ellen, to Paul Brian Kel.nan, son
0. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kelman,
0688 SW oth Ter., and grandson of
Mrs. Michael August.
Miss Levy is a graduate of Em-
ory University, Atlanta, where she
was a member oi Alpna cpsilon
rm Sorority, Fanhellenic Council,
aiiu Kappa Delta Epsuon, educa- ,
tion honorary. She is presently a
MriUHoig assistant aim graduate
iludeni in ma.nemaucs at onto ,
State University.
Mr. Kelman is a graduate of
Geul'^ia UUUiUMS OJ i i-1 tmuug) ,
Atiaiuu, wueie ne was president ol ;
I'm I-.,,-!.,n i'i Fiateinity, mem-'
oer oi inunraiemity Council, Cm
cpsuon, civil engineering hon- :
orary, and American Society of
Civil Engineers. He is presently
doing graduate work at the Univer- '
oity oi luinois under a Mellon Fel- i
lowship in the field of urban plan-
i
ung.
a June 16th wedding is planned,
to be held in Norfolk.
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Mr. and Mrs:" David Syrop of
12740 S >W0th Ave.. announce the
forthcoming marriage of their
daughter. Donna Jill, to Lt. James
Warren Bumsey, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Bichard Runisey of Wood-
land, Calif.
Miss Syrop graduated from Coral
Gables High, held office in Debs
B.B.G.. service organization, and
will graduate in August from the
University of Florida with a de-
cree in special education.
Lt. Bumsey earned a B.S. in en-
gineering at the University of Cali-
.ornia. an M.S. degree at the Uni-
versity of Arizona, and has worked
towards his doctorate at the Uni-
versity of Florida. He is now sta-
tioned a! Keesler Air Force Base
at Biloxi. Miss.
The wedding will take place
Betrothed Couple
Is Feted At Party
At a recent cocktail party, Mr.
and Mis. Irvin Dien of 5390 SW
64th Ct.. announced the engage-
ment of their daughter, Caryl
Debra. to William Sanford, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rubenstein of
5781 SW 25th St.
Caryl is a.graduate of Southwest
Miami Senior High. She is an Eng-
lish major at the University of
Miami and will graduate in June
with a Bachelor of Arts. She is
presently the advisor to a high
school girls youth group at the YM-
YWHA of Miami.
Her fiance is a graduate of Coral
Gables Senior High School. He was
president of Gables AZA. and is
currently treasurer of Delta Sigma
Pi. a professional business frater-
nity at the University of Miami,
where he is an accounting major
and will receive a Bachelor of
Business Administration in June.
Rifkah Leff And
Student Rabbi
Are Betrothed
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Leff of North
Miami Beach have announced the
engagement of their daughter.
Biikah. to Zev Minkolf, son of Mr
and Mrs. Murray Minkoff of Ellen-
ville, N.Y.
Hebrew Valedictorian of his He-
brew Academy and Mesivta High
School graduating classes, the
prospective bridegroom is now at-
tending the Babbinical College of
Teishe Yeshiva in Wickliffe, Ohio.
His fiancee is a graduate of
Esther Schoenfeld High for girls
in New York and now attends
Teachers Institute of Stern College
' for Women and Brooklyn College.
Grandmothers are Mrs. Celia
I Danowitz of North Miami Beach,
I and Mrs. Etta Minkotf of Ellen
ville.
The couple plans a fall wedding
and will live in Ohio where Mr
Minkolf will continue his rabbini
cal studies in the post graduate
school of Teishe Yeshiva.
Tropical Will IS ante
Race for Hadussah .
Tropical Park Race Track wna
to name a horse race for Hadas-
sah Thursday, when the Miami
i Chapter of Hadassah plans its
"Day at the Races."
The traditional trophy to the
winning jockey will be presented
by leaders of the chapter, Mrs
Martin Amster. chairman of the
' day. Mrs. Morris Herman, vice
! president and Mrs. Val Silverman
Proceeds from the function will
go to the fund for the rehabilita
tion of Hadassah's hospital at Mt
Scopus.
Members of the Eleanor Roose
velt group will participate in a
fashion show to be presented at
the general meeting at the audi
torium of Mar Len Gardens. 1680')
NE 14 Avenue.
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Friday, lanuary 15-38
Miami Beach B'nai B nth Women Units
Plan Regular Meetings During January
i' j
Chai Chapter, Miami Beach B'nai
B'rifh Women, has scheduled a reg-
ular meeting for Tuesday evening
ai the Deauville Hotel. The presi-
dent, Mrs. Doris LftSCbOW, and vice
president. Mrs. .lack ZebitZ, will be
in charge of the program. A card
par(y will be held Sunday. Feb. 4.
7:3Q p.m. at the Washington Fed-
era], 1234 Washington Ave.. with
Mrs, Flora Sinick as chairman.
Freedom Chapter will hold its
Rext regular meeting Thursday,
Jan. 18. at 1 p.m. in the Harbor
1! use South Bldg. President is
Mrs, Bernard Austein. The pro-
grafn will include a talk by Bur-
nett Roth, on the Anti-Defamation
J < ague. Vice president, Mrs Don-
ald Jarrett. is in charge of the
p -ram.
Harmony Chapter will hold il>
n iiiar meeting on Tuesday, Jan
23 8 p.m at Chase Federal on 41st
St Mrs George Ginsberg is presi-
dent, and Mrs. Esther Schwartz is
V ays and means vice president.
Hatikvah Chapter ha- scheduled
; irunch at the Forte Towers Res
taurant foi Tuesday, 11:30 a.m.. to
be followed by a regular meeting
II the Forte "Towers South Bldg.
M Mina Glickman Is president,
ai I program vice president. Mrs.
A Will.am CJerstman. will intro-
i Bob Blacker, president of the
B 'ai until Youth Organization
b ird oi directors, who will speak
on "BBYO Activities and Achieve-
ments." He "ill be* tolmwed-liy
Mrs. B( He Breslow, llillel chair-
man, who will jive a dramatic
reading of llillel achievements
Maccabee Chapter meeting is
scheduled for Thursday, Jan. 25. ,
7:30 p.m. in the Forte Towers Au-
ditorium- Mrs. Herman Auerbach
is president, and program vice
president. Mrs. Morris Danzig, will
give a book review of 'Tongues of
the Prophet." The chapter plans a
card party for Monday. Jan. 29.
12:30 p.m. at the Carlton Hotel,
with Mrs. Gertrude Seidler as
chairman.
A regular meeting Of Menorah
Chapter will be held at Washington
Federal. 1234 Washington Ave on
Tuesday. Jan. 23. at 12:30 p.m.
Mrs. Bertha Woskoff is president,
and Mrs. .lack Kevoe is ways and
means vice president.
Miami Beach Chapter holds its
next regular meeting on Tuesday,
12:30 p.m at the Deauville Hold,
v.tii Mrs Samuel Baum, president.
and Mrs. Charles Beatty, ways and
means vice president.
North Shore Chapter, with Mrs.
Eddy Newmark. president
hold its next meeting on Mi
at 1 p.m. in the Deauville Hotel
Vice president is Mrs, Arthur
Smith,
D0C1H
Mini!
AN ARTHUR P JACOBS pr**
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Education Crisis
Is Meeting Topic
l In Eleafor Roosevelt Chapter,
B'nai Brith Women, will hold a
general meeting M0111I4J..8 pm.
at the YMMA. 85*K) SW 8th St.
Guest speakers on the program
will be Mrs. Martin Rubinstein,
past president. Dade County I'oiin
nl PTA, and Hugh Allsworth. prm
ptpal of Southwest Senior High.
topic "ill he "Crisis in Educa-
tion "
Sol Frankel [left) wner ol Pershin Auto Leasing n
erutive vice presidenl I bor Rocking Chair Th
discusses plans for th rala opening oi :1 1
musical, "Dr. Dolittle h Dave Kl
Jay Harbor-Surl ub is
Ihe opening as a 1 ...... .17.
MB Hadasmh t nils
Schedule Program*
The third in the book review
series of the Miami Beach Chapt-
er of Haddassah i> scheduled for
Monday at 1:30 p.m. at the Alg
Hotel "Michel. Michel." by Robert
Lewis, will be narrated !>> Ilelene
Lapinsky and Blanche Brass
The Eddie Cantor group ua- to
hold its luncheon meeting on Thur-
sday noon at t hi- Fontainebleau
Hotel. A play, written and direct
ed bj Jeanne Krasner entitled
Who's Afraid of Jackie Glcason,"
will be presented Mrs Fred Jonas
is president and Mrs Joseph
Lessner is progi im chairman
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Friday. January 12. 1968
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J"rone Schwtrsky
v. il] !
a- h Mosl e i
On< S .: ....
nil g K .. :- n S iturday
II the sej <-. in honor of
the celebrant.
% a student f the Beth
Moshe Religious Sch i! and at-
tends the seventh grade at John F.
Kennedy Junior High, where he
plays clarinet in the sch-ol 1
A reception will be held Satur-
day evening at Beth Moshe Con-
gregation. Among t!'">-*' aitendins
will be Jeromes grandparents. Mr.
and Mrs. S:mon Schwersky. and
Mrs. Sarah Green.
*
Gary Gruenberg
Gary, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mor-
ris Gruenberg. 1070 NE !74th St..
will ob-erve his Bar Mitzvah at
Beth Torah Saturday morning.
Jan. 13.
Gary is a student of the fifth
year graduating Hebrew class and
will be a member of the Confirma-
tion class of 1!)69.
Mr. and Mrs. Gruenberg will
sponsor the Oneg Shabbat follow-
ing the services.
Attending the Bar Mitzvah will
be Gary's grandmother. Mrs. Erna
Palumbo.

Miriam Weisberg
Miriam, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Max Weisberg. 870 NE 178th
Ter.. will observe her Bas Mitzvah
at Beth Torah Friday evening.
Jan. 12.
Miriam is a student of the fifth
year graduating Hebrew class and
will be a member of the Confirma-
tion class of 1969.
Mr. and Mrs. We'fberg will spon-
sor the Oneg Shabbat following the
services.
Attending will be grandparents
Mr. and Mrs. Louis M. Bederman
and Abraham Weisberg.
*
Russell Klenet
Services at Temple Sinai Satur-
day morning. Jan. 13. to be held
at Washington Federal. 699 NE
167th St.. will include the Bar Mitz-
vah of Russell, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Klenet.
Russell is in thr> eighth grade at
Parkway Junior High and in the
Temple Sinai Religious School. He
- an active boy scout.
Among guests will be grandpar-
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Jose] b M tney
and Mr. and Mrs George Klenet;
tat-grandfather, Max Moorry.
and great-grandmother. :\.'r-. Re-
a Tarter.
Alan Fe'n
rday morni Alar
Hr. and Mrs. Seymour Fein.
Q741 SW Kith Ter., w 1! become
Bar Miizvah at Tei
Alan is an eighth grade honor
I student .-it Rockway Junior
H-gh and is vice president of S',u-
' C( uocil He i- i member of
The Khoury League, and is on the
Rockway Junior High te-'nis team. I
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F in.
grandparents, will attend the Bar
Mitzvah.
A reception honoring the c<'V
brant will be held Saturday night
at the Seville Hotel.
> :-
Susan EdeUtein
Susan, daughter of Mr and Mrs.
Jack Edelstein. 7924 S\V l&th St..
will become Bas Mitzvah at the
Friday night services. Jan. 12. at
Temple Or Olom
Susan is a seventh grade student
at West Miami Junior High and
;>lays flute.
Mr. and Mrs. Edelstein will host
the Oneg Shabbat following the
services.
Jack Sogal
Jan. 13. J '.
on cf Mr. an:! Mrs 'ernanl S< .V.
61 S c Bar
.. I "
i (': is an e'gli h mor
stu a' R^cfcwa;
H? pl~ys ria
inei i-' tl h o! d
i b" fet '"".'b-' II "'.'
) -hn T..-,ir!\< a"er :'. service*.
Mrs. Rne Frankenthal r grandmother, will attend the cele-
bration.
Jeffrey Siubi^s
On Saturday. Jan. 13. Jeffrey K..
on of Mr. and Mr*. Morton Stu-
Mm, wrW become Rar MitTvah at
the morning service at Temple
Israel
Jeffrey is continuing his religion';
education at Temple Israel and is
an eighth grade student at Pal-
metto Junior High.
Following the ceremony a lunch-
eon will be held in the ce'ebrant's
hn-or at the Algiers Hotel. Among
those attending will be Jeffrey's
grandmother*. Mrs. Birdie Mazo of
Miami Beach and Mrs. Lily Stubins
of East Orange. N.J.
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Stephan Marshall
Stephan. son of Mr. and Mrs
William Marshall. 5T>\ SW 64th
PI., will observe his B r Mitzvah
during the morning service-s Satur-
day. Jan. 13 at Temple Zion.
Stephan is an eighth grade stu- .
; dent at South Miami Junior High !
and is a member of the Audio- !
Visual Aid Club.
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall will host
the Kiddush following the services |
and a reception and dinner Satur-
day evening at the Algiers Hotel.

Nviton Kasdin
N'eisen Orpn, son of Mr. and !
Mrs. Julius Kasdin. will become
Bar Mitzvah at the mincha service '
on Saturday, Jan. 13. at Temple
', Emanu-El.
Neisen attend* the eighth grade
at the Miami Co-mtrv Day School.
The celebrant will be honored
at a recemion Saturday evening
at the Eden Roc Hotel.
Mrs. TWo Rarash. Xeisen's
grandmother, will attend the event.
Bernard Susi
B-rr-ard. son of Mr. and Mrs
Roberto Susi. will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday. Jan. 13. at
Temple Emanu-El.
Bernard attends Va iti'us Jun' >r
H h, where he is j ,.th
. r de.
The celebrant ".;n >, .- ,re(| at
' K h S rkin Hall f llou i
at a rrcoit:on in
'he .....h S ille Hotel.
Mr and Mrs. Salomon Susi. an I
Mrs Tauba Aidelnan. Bernard's
ents, will attei I the
event.
Jef'rey Stein
Jeffrey Paul, son ol Mr. and
Mrs, Ju'ius S'ein, 275 Si *!
Dr.. will become Bar M / h at
Tern] Mi lorah Saturday morn-
ing, Jar. 13.
Jeffrey is a student of t-e re-
! -'''''- -<:'" and a'so attends
Nautilus Junior High.
A luncheon reception will be
held to honor the celebrant at the
Warbor House South.
Alan Kleiman
Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. \'otek
Kleiman, will become Bar Mitzvah
at the Israelite Center Saturday
morning, Jan. 13.
Alan is a student a- the Religious
School and is in the eighth grade
at Shenandoah Junior High.
His parents will be hosts at the
Kiddush following services.
Bank Promotes
Barton Goldberg
Arthur H. Courshon. chairman
of the board of Jefferson National
Bank, has announced that Barton
S. Goldberg, vice prescient and
.....["*'. h?* been promoted to ex-
ecutive v:tf president.
Attorney for the group that or-
amzrd Jefferson National. Gold-
berg is a graduate of the Univer-
Miami, where he earned an
LL.B degree from the law school
He also received a diploma from
the Stonier Graduate School of
Banking at Rutgers University
which he attended during 1965
ldbb and 1967.

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Jerome Schwersky Bernard S- Irwin Christie To Address J V Murray Solcmon Pcsf
Miami's Y.ce-Ma>or Irwin G.
Christie w'H speak before Murray
Solomon Post. Jewi h War Vet-
erans, at 8 p.m. Tuesday in Tc:np!.'
Zamora. Coral Gables. Post com-
mander is M. Jay Berliner.
Christie's talk will cover two
fields: Curacao's Temple M &\
Israel, one of the oldest Jewish
congregations in the Western hem-
isphere, and the City of Miami's
proposed Doxiadis Plan.
Active in community affairs, the
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"age 14-B
^Jcnis? fioridiam
Friday. January 12, 1953
Deaths In
Greater Miami
YUNES
I'...died .
lb Rap
Frank ..f
liertha
Strieker
MM of It.
Geller of
children
' hildren.
From Bo;
B, i\ ic. -
II Jan
tainilj 1
Funeral
local am
'.....i :!" \V IXth SI M
Ian. ,Y She i Hurvlvetl by
hael ami .Mm 1: > m 1:
S. .Miami; daughter* Ml-
1 :..i nhel a iid .Mr- K.\.
i M.B., Mi- Helen I--11111 -
iHton; a sister. Mr- Rnfte
Ki Paw, Tex.; t grand-
an.l three great -grund-
Hm Yunw .ami- here
-ton. .Ma-s 41 years ago.
held In Brookllne, M..-- .
7. with Interment in the
ilot in Boston. Newman
Home was in charge of
UUJTeinent*
ADAMS. .Mrs. Sara. IS. ..I 1106 NE
ii'th St. Kalhtndade Blaaberg Cha-
pel
ABELAS. .Milton. 7;.. of 1B Collins
Ave. Riverside Chapel
ash. .Mrs Rose, Ti. ..f ISM Nor-
mandy Dr. Riverside Chapel
DAVIDOWITZ, .Mr- Gertrude. BS, of
174" Colllnl Aw Blasbera; Chapel
FRIEDMAN. Albert, 74. of :'44" Fla-
mingo in-. Riverside Chapel.
JACOBSON. Mrs Al] -. i, of 1444
Collins Ave. Ulasberg Chapel
MARGOLIS. Joseph, 77. ,.f 1135 Bdclld
Ave. RiverUde Chapel.
RASKIN, .Mrs Dora, '4. of 17".'." ne
nth Ave, Riverside ChapeL
ROBINSON, Dr. Ilj man. :::. of I Mi.".
Till si Riverside Chapel,
SCHWALB. David, 71, of US Bis-
. njrne si. Newman Chanel.
SLOVES. Harry, 7s. .f 14SS Collins
Ave. Riverside Chapel
STANZLER. .Max. ;_'. ..t .::.! Collins
Ave. Hlaslurg Chapel.
bergad Mym.-in. of 1180 102nd St
I'.lank Bros. Funeral Home
BERNSTEIN, I'hlllp. 7". of ISfOfi SB
1st Ave, Riverside Chapel.
OANZIGER, Henry A., 7.1. of 1500
I'-ay ltd. Kiverside ChapeL
oubrow. .Mrs. Blither, 7. of 1670
.lames Ave. Riverside ChapeL
CROSS. Benjamin, .'.7. of ?.<<{ ue.an
I >r. Riverside Chapel.
LEVIN, .Mrs Belle, 80. of 17350 SB
hth Ave Riverside Chapel.
SIEGER. l/.uls. 7!". of 142" 16th Si.
Kiverside chapel.
weiner, .Mrs. Ida. 80. nf 7:.; Meri-
dian Ave. Kiverside Chapel.
ZAREN, Dr. Mark M.. ft. of 914S
Dickens Ave. Riverside Chap*-!.
AZAR, .Max. R, of 9.".f> Pennsylvania
Ave. Riverside Chapel.
BECK, David. 73. of lStil N\V sin
Ave. Gordon Chapel.
GIBSON. Charles K., 84, of 5180 La
'"rorre Dr. Riverside Chapel.
CMORA. l^uis M, 7". of 1430 NK
170th St. Kiverside Chapel
GOLDSTEIN. Mrs Mildred. BS, of M0
Collins Ave. Blnsberg- Chapel.
KAPLAN. Joseph, 80. of 2S01 Kla -
mingo Dr. Riverside Chapel.
CAN DESMAN. Dr. William. 72. of
1400 Lincoln ltd. Riverside Chapel.
LURIE. Mrs Annie, fil. of 3431 SIV
th St Riverside Chapel
NASTER, .Mrs. I...... SS, of 1913 Rue
Vendome. Riverside Chanel.
SEVIN. Mrs Belle. X". of 17".r," SB
nth Ave. Riverside Chanel
Sheldon, Ben, ''. ,of ir.-.o Penn-
sylvania Ave. Riverside t'hapel.
TAYLOR. Alexander, TO, of ::4 Collins
Ave. Gordon Chapel .
KUTNER. Abraham. 58, of 650 72nd
St. Riverside Chapel.
LANDAU, ('sear. .:7 .of 1".I4 Meri-
dian Ave Riverside Chanel.
TUZENEW. Mrs Irma. 68, of 9""
vv.st Ave Riverside Chanel.
ABELES, Milt..n, 7". ef 9891 I'..Ilins
Av.-. Riverside t'hapel.
GODSON. .Mrs. Edith .Marie. .'..;. of
5101 All..n ltd Uiv.-rside Chanel.
GRANOFF. Fr.-idn. 77. of 441--. N.
.leff.rson Ave. Blaaberf ChapeL In-
terment Mt. Sebo,
HELLER. Philip, 7--. l"-" Collins
Av.- ninsborjc Chanel
KLEINMAN. Philip. 7*. ..I 2000 Liberty
\v. RlversMe Chnpel
lane. Theodore Franklin, -'i ol
1380 Stlllwnter Dr. Riverside Cha-
pel Interment Mt N.l...
LEEDER, Mrs Adelaide, '.I. ..t 532
iih st Sewman Chanel
LEVY. Samuel. 76, of "" West Ave
i l>erg Chapel
SCHNEIDER. \ I r I..11...a. 61 of
'... \s II:. .!..-!
STCNE. ,1 ..I. I -I ..I 1":'." 15th Si
Ri\ rsld. 'h -
SUTIN. I ..i 81 ..: ::'._'" Drexel
\v. \. win.in Chapel Interment
Mt n.l.
PNET7. II.im. >: M'. -I -."I SW
. ,.l T. i Rivet sld. Chapel.
BEP.SON. Charles t '- "i 1778 Col-
lins Av.- Kiverside ChapeL
ELLIS. Saiiiu.-I. i.7. of lx..:> Brlckell
lv* tlortlon Chapel Intermenl Mt
\. i...
FINET. .Mi- Blanche. '-. .'i 77ln
t'arlyli \. Rlaberg Chapel.
FIRESTONE. Henrj Allen, 6, of
I7H.18 Ni: nib Ave Riverside <'lin-
p.-l.
HERMAN. Mi- Tamil.. -::. of 1051
Colll i- \v Riverside Chapel,
HOFFMAN, Bernard. 54, of B90S
Point Raul In- Riverside Chapel
KSHENSKY, MarkU>, 56, of 1845 Col-
I ,i- Ave Blaxherg Chattel
LOTOS. Isidore. 7-.. of '."" MMh St. '
Rln*berg Chapi I
RADZYNSKI. Max George. '-'" of
2995 svv 16th st Gordon chapel.
ROSEN, Henry, '. of 4r.7x Royal
PHlm AVe RiVelsi.le Cliapel
ROSENBAUM. Mr-. Tlllle. 68. of 815
Washington Ave BlnsberK Chattel
ROSENFELD. Joseph TV. ..f 482 Meri-
dian Ave Riverside Chapel.
BERKSON. Mrs I.In Rose of '......
Kill St Riverside Chanel
DREYER. Robert, 16, "i :-::r: B\V ::isi
St. Sewman t'hapel.
EVENSON. l...ui-. 7:-. ..f -.4" West
\\e Sewman t'hapel
FEINERMAN. Samu.l. xl. of Bin."
Mlehlean Ave. Riverside ChapeL
FEINMEL. Max. 65, of l"ls_. Collins
Ave Riverside l iiao.i
HOFFMAN. Mark. 77. of :i"l 66th Si
Sewman Chnpel.
JACOBSON, Mrs Hasel. 71. of 17xn
S Itl.-.d.-s I>r Riverside Chapel
ROBINSON, ll.iin. 60, of 4600 Col-
lins Ave. Riverside ChapeL
ROSENBACH. Andre .1.. 3S. of S640
w. flulfstream Dr. Mlramar. River-
side I'll:.....I
STANGER. Benjamin Z '-'. of 4631
SW lentil Ave Riverside Chapel.
COHEN. Sol. 4.".. of 183 SW Mrd Av.-.
Cordon Chapel. Interment Mt. Seho.
GRINBERG, Adolph, 61, of 711 SW
71st Ter Hollywood. C.ordou Chapel.
PEARLSTEIN. Sonhla, x". formerly
,.f Miami. Kiverside Chapel. Inter-
ment Mt. Nebo.
PERMAN. Mrs. Myrtle K >r nf 8461
Bri.kell Ave. Riverside Chapel
ROSENTHAL. Joseph, 81. of 7: Jef-
ferson Ave. Riverside Chapel.
SAFIR. Max. 77. of 10001 W Bay
Harbor Dr Cordon Chapel
SChrager. f.ouis. so. of 74nt; Ocean
Ter. Riverside Cliapel
SCHUMAN, C. Irvine. 71. of spo NK
109th St. Riverside Chapel.
WRONKER, Herman. 12. of 849 Vene-
Tl.in Wny Cordon Chapel. Inter-
ment Mt. N'ebn.
BACAL. Mrs. Florence, :,x. of 1888 K.
Hallandale Beneh Blvd.. Hallandale.
Riverside Chanel
BAUMAN. Morris. t;7 .of 1881 Wash-
inefon Ave. Riverside Chapel.
Bt'&KKR, Robert B 37. of U'50 \K
17iith St. Riverside Chapel.
COHEN. Julius M.. 70. of 16701 NK
13th Ave. Riverside Chapel
MALSCHICK. Mrs. Fannie. 83. of 143:.
Collins Ave. Newman Chnpel.
MARX. Mrs. Ruth. 8.".. of 151 NK .Vjnd
St Riverside Chapel.
OTCHIN. Mrs. Clara. !, Of 4430
Alton Rd. River-id.- Chapel
SNYDER. Samuel. 7"." of 600 Bay
Rd. Newman Chapel.
STERN. Samuel. i.7, of 177" 7:'th St.
Causeway. Riverside ChapeL
KATZ. Sidney, 46, of 8830 SW 33rd
Ct Riverside Cliapel.
BORSTYN, Mr- I'.l-a M ".a. of 70
PlamlnfTO Dr Riverside Cliapel.
HATZ, Mauri,, .1. ..... nf 1660 SW
I7ili T.r Gordon Chapel, Intermenl
Mt Sebo
HELLMAN. Mr- Anna. X", of US
i ...an in- Sewman Chapel, Inter-
mi nt mi Sebo.
JACOBSOHN. I...... x7. Of .1" W.si
AVe RiVersitl. Cliapel
levy. Arthur A 86, ..I M7 Rial st
Riverside Chapel.
MEISTER. Mrs Km,. 7'.'. Ol 2480
I'aneoas! r>r Riverside Cliapel
SAPERO. Wolf, v>. nf 1380 pr.-x.l
Av.- Cordon Chapel
WEGER. a s..|. 7::. ..I Ilj:. SW 18th
Ave. Gordon Chnpel,
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 70821-C
In HE: INl.il. of
JOSEPH Si'MKl.
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah rrediinrx and All Perxoiix
Having <'laims or I>.-m:inils A^ai.isi
Bald Dilate:
Vmi nr.- hereby notified and requir-
ed to itreM-nl any claims and de-
mands whi.-h vou mav have affainHl
the estate of .TOSKl'H SOUKI. de-
ceaaed late of i>:i.i# County, Florida.
lo the County Judges of Pad.- County.
and file the same In duplicate nnd
as provided in Section ""'.IK, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the County
Courthouse in Pade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time nf the first publication hereof,
or the same will he barred.
Pated at Miami. Florida, thix 1 i-l
day of November. A P. IflST.
TOPPV SOHEl.
A- Administratrix
First puhti.-.ttlon nf thin notice on
the 12th day of January". l**
r.vn. kwit.vf.v
Attorney for Administratrix
42" Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach. Florida
1'12-lfl-j., i :
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77397-C
In RE; Kstate of
BARAH I. SOI.OPAK
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Fer.-.ms Ha\-
iiiK Claims or Demands Attains! Bald
F.stato:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
tile estate of BARAH U SOLOPAR
deceased late of pa.lp Cou.ity. r*lorlda.
to the County Judge* of Dade County
and file the same in duplicate and
as provided in Section ;?,?. lfi, Florida
Btatutea, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in I>nde County. Florida,
within six calendar month* from thi
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will I..- barred.
Dated :u Miami. Florida, this '. day
of January. AD Ifvfig,
- M A In "I P SOU "DAI:
s A I .PERT 1 S. )l I n> VI:
s MILDRED FAI.K
As Bxecutoi n
Final publication of this notice un
th.- 12 day of January, 19(8
- Ml'IIVVX 1. AMI'S
Attorney for Executor*
:.":. liis.ayn.. Injildlng
Miami. Florida
1 12-19-2U 2
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77397.C
in l!E: Estate ol
sai: All I. si >i.i >i iai:
Deceased.
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
Tt) All. PERSONS INTERESTED
IV 'I'll I-: ESTATE IF SAID
DECEDENT,
Vou are hereby notified thai a
written instrument purporting to hi
Hie last will and testament of said
I... ..but bas been admitted to probate
in Maid Court You al.- her.-i.y com-
manded within six calendar months
from the date of the first publication
of this notice lo appear in Ntlcl
Courl ami nhou caUKe, if any you can.
why the a, lion ,,| said Court in ad-
mitting said will to probate xhouUI
n,.i stand unrevoked
QEOUOE T CLARK
i ouniy .ludi:.
By: .MICI.ItA c DICK
Cb-rk
MERVVN 1. A.ME8
Aitorn.i I'..i Bxecutom
::'i;: lllncnyne Building
1!' West l-'lairler Street
Miami, Florida 33130
Firm publication of tins notici on th.
18th day ..f January. 1961
I 12-19-21 L' -.'
ATTENTION!
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CALL 696-2101
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
No. 68-463
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MICHAEL BENNETT u Al.sll.
Plaintiff,
PATRICIA ANN w Al.sll
Defendant.
TO; PATRICIA ANN WALSH
c/o COl'BTLEIQH
MZ3 Av.-nue D
I:.....klyn, N'ew York
Y..n PATRICIA ANN WALSH are
hereby notified thai a Pill ol Com-
plaint for Divorce lias be.'ll filed
again*! you, and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleadrng to Ihe Hill of Complaint on
the plaintiff's Attorney, PAt L
KWITNEY, 480 Lincoln Road, Miunu
Beach, Florida and file ih. original
Answer or Headlnc in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before Ihe n day ..f Pebruary. IM*.
If vou fail t., do so. Judgment by
default will be taken ag*m*l >)>
r..r the relief demanded in the Hill
nf i 'nraplaint .....
This notice shall be published once
each week for four ci.ns.-.-uiiv. vreek*
iu THE JEWISH FI."I!IDIAN
DONE A.ND ORDERED al Miami
Florida, this 1" day of February AD
l!'f,.
K fl LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Clrruil Court, Dad.- I'.iumi. PUrtda
By: I. SNEEDEN
Deputy i'lerk
H Ilrcuil C.urt Se ill
1'AI'I. KWITNEY of
SILVERSTBIN. KWITNEV
\- C.IUDISS
Attorney* for Plaintiff
120 Uncoln Rond
Miami Beach, Florida
1 12-19-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA.
CASE NO 68-2fO
WILLIAM i: MAPDI'X. JR..
| Plaintiff
vs
VALERIE D. MADDUX,
Defendant
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: VALERIE D. MADDUX
K. Wvnbush It.-ad
Rose Hill. Oxford
F.nKlan.i
YOI", VALERIE D. MADDUX, arc
[hereb) noiified that a Complaint for
Divorce has been filed acainst you.
1 and you are required to serve a copy
. of your Answer or Pleading to the
! Complaint on Plaintiff's attorney.
GEORGE BAKER THOMPSON", 42
South Pixie Highway. Suite tK. Coral
Cables, Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court in and
f.-r Pade County, on or before the
IS day of February. 196S. otherwise
a Judgment may be entered against
you for the relief demanded in the
Complaint.
DATED at Miami. Pade County.
1 Florida .this Sth day of January.
19fix.
F. B LEATHERMAN. CLERK
Dade Countv Circuit Court
By: I. S PePIETRO
D.i.uty Clerk
fiEOROE BAKER THOMPSON
Attorney for Plaintiff
420 Sou'h Pixie Highway.
Suite 4K
. c.-ral Cable*, Florida 33146
1 IX-19-26 :. 1'
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-191
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
BILLY OAVHEART,
Plaintiff.
Vs
OH mi: C.AYHEART
I lefendant
TI': flRACE fJAYHEART
lte*ldence I'nknou n
You, OR \ci: IIAYHEART ,,. her.
by notified thai n Rill oi Comnlnlnl
for D!\..r,e has been filed agalnal
you, nnd you are require! In serve
a copy of y..ur Answer ,.r PL-ad ig !..
the Bill of Comnlnlnl on lite Plain-
tiff's nttorne) ENOKL A Pi 'I v.K
i;..., \ i\ >,..,, M ,,,,, r
i. I...!. ; ami fil. ih.
oi H idlnn In -I ......
thi- ("let ... un Cntirt ..n ..i
the I Ith dn> I h.....
Ieg. If >'"U I inlem.nt l.v
tl< I:.till v. ill .. Ink. I V.,||
i ;r the rell. d. imunli l In || mil
"i i'.-nit.l.,
TI In notice shall he pub
eel ur co nlv.
.1, THE JEWISH l'i ..1:11.1 in
DONE AND I >RDEREP at Miam
Florida, this Mil tin) ,.i janu .
A I i ll.i'.s
B II 1 EATHERMAX. <
Circuit Cout I tattle i 'nunt) Florida
Bj >' I.....PKIjAXD
I leput) Cli 11.
i< In utt i 'nurt S.-ah
ENOEL \- l'..|,I ACK
ITon N W Tib Street
Miami. Florid ,
Attorney* fot Phtintlfl
l I2-19-II
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF SUIT
OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF The
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCl -
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADe
COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
No. 68 181
SUITFO R DIVORCE
IRENA .' KASZOK,
Plaintiff.
stani.i:y KASZOK.
Defendant,
TO: STANLEY KASZl >K
II l> No 4
Scotia, N,w ^'.,rk
You STANLEY KASZOK......
notified thai a Complaint for Di\
has b.ell filed atain-l you. aril .,,
ar. r.quir.d to s.rx-e a copy ol
Answ.r or Pleading to the H||'| .
Cimplaint on the Plaintiff's Attorn..
A E ItHADIU'RY. 121 NK ., |
Street. Miami, Florida and fil.
Original Answer or Pleading
of fit.....f the Cbrk of the .
Court on or before the 14 dn>
Pebruary, IMS, If you fail to d.. k
Judgment b) default will be i .
again*l you wor the relief d. n
..I in 'h. It'll of Complaint.
DONE \ND ORDERED at VI
Florida, thi* 4 day of .lanuat v \ [>
I! I! I.EATIIKP.MAN.
i 'i.-rk. I 'ireuit Court,
Dob- County. Florida
Hy: c P i'iiI'I'I AND
Deputy ci.-rk
i I il. Illl COW I Seall
A K BRADBURY, F.sq
Attorne) for Plaintiff
121 N E ISIh Street, Miami
1.77-4624
1 12-19-26 ;
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
No. 68-14?
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
N'ESTl iR RAM' >s
Plaintiff
vs
CARMEN' I.IISA RAM" IS
IVfenrinui
TO CARMEN I.IISA RAMOS
S17 44th Stre.-t.
Apartment SJ-D
Union City, New Jersey
You. CARMEN l.l'ISA RAMOS, ar
b.r.by notified that a Bill ot Com
plaint for Divorce has been Bled
against you. and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the Bill of Complaint on
the Plaintiff's attorney. SIDNEY
EPRONSON, (12 Alnsley Building.
Miami. Florida 331JJ and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
tfflre of the Clerk of the Circuit
or before the 14 day ol
1S ir you fall to do go,
by default will be taker
u for the relief demanded
Bill of Complaint
notice shall be published once
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
...... No. 77257-B
In KI.. Estal.- ..l
VIVIAN BELL
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
El.*'1 X'"....." ""i -U| ''' ''-
s-'.'d F.-t,','.''"' '" """""|- Again*!
You at.- hereby notified and reaulr-
V,i. ".'""-" "' etalm* nnd dem.....In
which you nut} have agaftiRl .i
.st;,,.. f vi\ IAN BELL deceased
late of Dad. County, Florid,,. 1,, ,|,e
'"'; > *i.....[ iMde County, and
rile be game In duplicate and a- ,-,.
V'1"1 I" Section 731.16 Plorlda
8ue their office* In |,
Count} c..u,,l,..us. In Dad- (,
lorlda within -ix calendar month*
n7 ""'V1,'.....' "'- Hrat publita......
Mated at \t ami, Ploridu, this --..,1
'''> "i l".....mi,.,, a D 11..7
MABLE B, JOYNBR
A* Executrix
Find imWlcatloj, ,ls ,.,.......
jiMAc?. QOLD8TEIX *'D ,""T
* PACZIER
Attorne) for Rxecutrlx
-4,11 West Piagler Street
Miami. Florida 331S8
ii/n 1 K.1J.1J
Court on
February.
Judgment
aitainst
in the
This
each \teek for four ,-onsecuilve w-.-.-ks
In THE JEWISH Fl op.iDIAN.
PONE AND OKPEItEP at Miami
Florida, this 4lh dav of lanu.ui A D
IHCx
E II LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade f'nu'iv. Florida
Hy C P. COPEIAND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seali
SIDNEY EPKONSON
>il2 Ainsl.v llldg.
Miami. Florida MIS!
Attorney For Plaintiff
l/IMI-H I"
NOTICE OF SUIT
OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 68-183
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
DONAI l> F MENSER
Plaintiff,
VIIMIIXI \ I, MENSER
1 fendanl
TO VIRGINIA I. MENSEII
Ilorden l..-m,
I'll,.i.ix Iritnna
You \ lltHINI \ 1. MENSER an I -
tl that a Complaint tor In
*"r"' ''' '..... I led agg 1-1 you, and
V"'..... qit.1 .1 i.. i-rve copy 1.1
' "'. v 01 p|, ,l|ng 1, i| ..' n,n
1 """' the Plaintiff* At-
v K HRAPHURY 1: qu.i.
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N"-' M ml Florida nnd HI* th-
Vi ei p|, ,. ... .H,.
' Ih. Clerk of ih, r-.-uii
" fore the M 1
> If you I .,,,,
tak. ggalTtat
u ..r 1 r, d. mantled In t|
1
l".;.i: AND ORDERED .,; Ml,
h day ,,I Januar) \ U
I'. II LEATHERV IN
< lerk, Clnull C.,rt.
D.i.l. ( unty. Florid .
J I I" '"PEI.VNI.
' uuty ci.-rk
" reult t ., -. .
I'KADBCM I:-,,
Attorn. 1 :... Plaintiff
1.12-19 ..
'N|NHAENDrnJVr,JUOGE'S C^T
Ft r?R,r?.R PADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
I HE B.ta.e'tff771*-"
Jt ,ii\ i-i.v>
1'.. .......1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
|rf agfi-s Kitn.ua. a:;
rSdH-hpT"' =5?^LS?ffl
'b -ti ; i,',,.'"0 h..... M*I>M
late of I ,' "IN i-^ .le.eas.il
c. ', ". nu.ny rlt.i da t,. th,
'iiLi:i:i:r:i',-,V":
pirei ,...,.,;, ;,V r;;.....u
CO I icM.v .. ......."il'.i |i7
*Mo,Vr,s,,n'-,'NAI:'' MORSE
AHorney* for Executor
I" E Iai 1.h,, pud
11 Lauderdale, Pla,
It g| 1,0-12-19


I ly January 12, 1968
*ifttIsl fkyrSdliain
Page 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Act* of 1941
File No. 67rA-715 ,
. i; is MKtlKHT OIVEN lhal
\,ii\ imiskin holder >.f city
nil Tax Salt' Certificate No, TV.
_,,, ,| ihr ">iitl ilay of May. A. P.
m ims nini name In ">' office,
i ,- made application for a tax
In l.i Issued thereon. Said Cer-
pmbnu'N Ihe following de-
property In Ihe County >>f
State of Florid... to-wit
... 11 Block 3. Lincoln Park,
: Hook I Page 1 In 111.- City
, Miami. I'.'Unij "' Pade, Stale
t Florida. This deed will be
subject to all other oui-
i t twtemniM nt of huIiI property
v.iol erlificate wan in Ihe
: IN KNOWN
said certificate shall be re-
. ordrmc to law, tin- pro.
.Tllu-d herein will lie sold
ini.-h.-Nt bidder at the court-
Inor on Ihe first Monday In
>i nth of February, IMS, which
r
r Mm*-

i-
i
,ih day of
.1 thin 2nd
Pebruary, WSS.
.lav of January
C II I.KATHKK.MAN.
< -i. ..f t 'ir. ult Court
I lkI. County, Florida
|I} P V Cll.nSTRANP
erk
.-, u.t Court Beat)
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Act* of 1*41
No. 67-A-723
I! IS MKUKHY OIVEN that
S.IAMIN IIOSKIN holder of City
ml Tax Sale Certificate No.
. u. .1 ihe lath 'lay of May. A D.
I rm filed .ame in my office,
I I.:..- in; rie application for tax
i. issued thereon. Bald Cer-
i-mhraccs the following .....t\ in the Qpunty of
i .f Florida. t.-w it
i itlfH-k IS, Bub. ..f Dale
Ti... i. l'l.it Booh u Page
!,. .in of Miami. County
State of Florida This
.-I \. ill ha Issued subject to ..II
nuti landing delinquent
untj laxen
;,... .-in. i i of amid property
Id certificate u.-.s m the
..f IMIKSI'OI.A THOMPSON
i said certificate shall he re-
according lo law, the pro-
|ru .1. -..II.. .1 h.reln will be sold
highest hold, r at lh- Court-
.i.,..i ..n the lirst Mondav in
nth ..f Pebruary, IMS, which
| Ihe Mh da> "f Fobruarj IMS
|i -..1 this 2nd day of January.
K II I.KATHBKMAN.
< 'l.-rk Of iir- ui' I '.'Ul I
ll.ole CoUIUV. I".-.I I.I.I
i.v k c.ri.nsTKANP
Deputy C|.-rk
Court Seal)
1 i-12-19-26
? Vio*
cv;in::r.vL:c::ARD
"Always preaching! Why can't he let us remain
our simple, selfish selves?"
LEGAL NOTICE
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO.S8362-C
: Relate of
IN <; iPrTTI.IBlf. a/k a
'IIAKI. ti C.OTTIJKB
I
3TICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
^PLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
h<*TlCF. is hereb] glvi i. that we
filed our Final He|Kirt and I'cti-
i.-r platributlon and Plnal Pis-
kry BxecuW '' Ihe estate of
IltoN ti liiiTTIJKII, a/k/a I.II-
IEI, ti i.i'TTl.IKH, deceased:
tbai on the anth day of Jan-
will apply to Ihe Honor-
Count) Judges of Pade County,
Ida, 'or approval of said Final
and for distribution and final
h.uv .iv r.-.. i.i.,r of the aatata
le above-named duoedent This
da) of December, 19*7.
THK MIAMI HUAi-H FIHST
NATIONAL BANK
'> Peter A l-aia. Trust Officer
JtllKH AND KOBKIN
no) -
orth Ills. ,i\ n, Blvd.
'. Florida
l/i-u-n-M
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722
Acti of 1M1
F.le No 67 A 74
'" ?: IS IIKKKItY it\"KN that
SABI.K tilll'OHATION. hold-
Count) Tax Sale Certificates
lien.I "sru, 3040 and 3041 issued
Dm day of June A P. ISO.-., has
Name in m> office, and has
application for a tajt deed to
exiled thereon. Raid certificates
oe ihi following desorib.Ht pro-
It. Hi. County of I>a it di to nil:
d M Block K.7. Hisleah
Add Plat Book I Page 7*
< ounty of Dadc. State of
rlda, an embraced in Certlfi-
Nn 2911. The tuwetunni'iit of
properly under the said
lit. .it. issued was In the name
[WILLIAM C. KII/M)HE. This
will be issued subject to all
ouimandbut delinquent City
laleah taxes and liens.
Baal Hialeah It. sub lllk
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 76924-B
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE Batate of
JESSIE i. PARVIN,
Dw'NUI 'I
To All creditor- rod All Persona
Having Claim* or PentandH
Ajralnal Bald Batate
You are nareb) notified and required
lo pros, ui any claims ~m*l demandit
which you may have against Ihi
eatale "f jf.ssik I. PARVIN, de-
ceased late of Dad) County. Florida,
to the County Judges "i Dade Coun-
ty, and file the name In duplicate and
as provided In Section 7.i:< lii, Florida
Statutes. In their offices hi the Coun-
ty t'ourthousc in I'ado County. Flor-
ida, within six calendar month! from
the Una "f the first publication here-
of, or the name will be barred
Dated al Miami. Florida, this lSlli
day of November, A.P. IM7,
THBOPHIU'S PARVIN
As Executor
Fii-t publication of this notice on
the SSnd das of November, IM7
WAM.ACK N MAKIt
Attorney for Kxucutiir
105 Ilis.ayne lluilil.' :
1 '.. :.. 1 5-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKIt>:m C.IVKN thai
the undcrsiicned, desiring to enffa#;e
in huaineHH Under the fictitious name
of 1X)1'N<1K WB8T at 464" W. Flaki-
er Street intend to roBTlster said name
with the Cl.rk of Ihe Circuit Court of
Pad*' Counlv. Floriila
AI.VIN R OIBBON
IXllTis J. JACIK. Co-Partnerti
Ki:ssi.KK, MASSKY &
BECKERMAN
Attorneys for applicant
4r. Bill more Way
19/33-111 S-1S
LfeOAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77348-C
In RE: Batnti of
LILLIAN liUCKACF,
I lei .-.is. d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pertain*
Having Claims "i Demands
Ajtalnat Bald Batate:
You are hereby notified and required
to iires.ni an) claim* and demand*
which vi.it may have anarnitt the
estate of LILLIAN < I LK'KAl'I-. ,1. -
......I late Of Pad. County. Florid...
to the Count*, .lu.iir.-s "f ii.oi.- Coun-
ty, and file the sURM ill duplicate
and as provided in Bectlon 73S.16,
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the County Courtbouae In Pad*' coun-
ty. Floriila. within six calendar
months from th time of the first
publication hereof, or the name will
l barred
Dated al Miami. Florida, thin 19 day
..i December. A.P. 1!'.7
WILLIAM .1 DIJCKACF
SHL.M A COHEN
As Executors
l"ir-t t'ubli.alion of this notice on
' ih*- J2 day of IX.....ml'i-r, IM7.
WILLIAM .1 linl.IiWOIIX &
ANNETTE FRIEDMAN
Attorneys for Kxt-.-utors
l99 Coral Way
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\' >TICB IS HEREI v tllVEN thai
Hi. underalotned, deelrlnR lo en*faTe
in IniMH.-s under the fictitious nariK
of M. J ADVERTIBINtl, at IS8R
Ponce 'I.- Leon Boulevard, Coral
Oablea, Florida, intends to reaiater
sai.l name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dude County, Florida
M. J. ENTERPRISES, INC ,
By: MlCHAF.l. MOSS
kovner, mannheimbr <;ui:knfii:lp,
Attorneys for Applicant,
.TH' liup'.nt Plaza Center,
.Miami, Florida M1SI
____ 12/i!l 1 "i-12-IS
NOTICE UNIJER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GTVEN that
the undersiK-n-.l. desirimr to .-tinitpr
in bualnt ss under the fictitious name
Of MIAMI BEACH TV. Lincoln Road
at IS33 Llnooln Rnaxt, Miami Beach,
Florida 13119 int.-nd to register said
nam*- with tne Clerk *>." Che Clroull
Court of Pad.- County, Florida.
KENNETH IVAN CHAN
FLi'KKN'CK CHAN
c FREDERIC BROWN
Allornev for
KENNETH IVAN CHAN
and FLOKF.NCF. CHAN
MH7 dul'ont HldK., Miami. Fl.i
il' 29 i s-ia-m
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File No. 67-A-752
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
''i'AST CO., INC, bolder of County
Tax Sale Certificate N" 8793 lasued
the 1st day of June. A I). 1965, has
filed same in my offlt -. and has
mad.- application lor n tax deed t<>
he issued th.ron s.ii'l Certificate em-
braces the following described property
iii Ihe County of Dade, State of
Florida, to-wlt:
Ixit .1 less E ISO ft Block T.
Perrine Sub Plat Hook I: Paffe
7!' in the County "f Paib. St.it.- "f
Florida.
TI..- aaaemment "f ald propertj
under th.- raid certificate was In the
name of; OWENA McKlNNBY.
Cnl.ss said certificate shall be r*--
.1. in. il accordrnft t.. law, ihe pro-
perty described herein ill be sold to
the hiKheal bidder at the Courthottm*
door "ii th.- first Monday in the
month of February. I9C8, which is
Hi. -,ih day of February. 1968
Dated this 2nd day of January.
I'.i.s
C B l.FATHFKMAN.
Clerk of i "ir.-uii Court
Dade County, Florida
ll\ : P. F '111 I'STK.Wli
Deputy Cl* rk
11*ir. an i'ourt Seal)
1 5-I2-19-2H
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
vjenisti fkridfiatf?
solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial :t7:i-Wr,
ior messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
s.
I day
1!
.t Book 2S I'oko 74 in the
"ly ol l'ade. State of Florida,
fembraced In Certificate No.
n... aaaaaamanl of said pro-
umler the said certificate
wait in the name of N.
> Thie deed will he hewed
f"' t" all niher outstandlnK
r','u.....Ity of HiHl.ab taxes
lien*
Baal Hlaleah Reaub lllk
ll..k :>s pB|rft 74 ,n tne
'f Pade, Slate *.f Florida.
"1 in Certificate No.
ssmcm of said pro-
the said certificate
was ,|. nturie of yj
'> This deed will be lR*ucd
to all other outstandltiK
liens "f H,a,*,Un lax<-s
'd ,-ertiricat.M shall be
a.-ordini. to law. th.- pro-
""ni'e.I noreln will b.- .|d
Whew bidder at the Cain
"ti the first Mondav In
"n of February AP 19SK,
"" Mh day of
IN THE COUMTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77173- C
i In RK Ktalo of
KI.IAS BIEOELMAN,
lu-> .-ae*Ht.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor- and All Persona
Having ci.ums .>r Demand! Against :
Said Batata:
You are hereby notified and roi.uir- |
ed to pres.'tit any claims and de-
niHiids which you may have Mpunat
the estate of BIJAJJ SlKCLl.MAN
deceasst late ..I Dade count>. Flo-
rida, t" th*- County Jud*.-*- "f Dad*'
County, and fib- th* Ram* In duplicate
and as provided "i Section 7S3 I ".
Florida Statutes, in their offices in
the Countv Courthouse m I'adc
county. Florida, within s.\ calendar
in--oth.- from the tun.- *.f lh- first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami, Fb.rida. this .i day
Of liccemlM-r. A P. Ii*<;7
I1ARBY 1.1 IIA
Aa BxM-utor
Flret publi.-atlon of Ibis notice ""
the 29 day of December. l!n>7
TAUANOFF. WAI.I.KH
* IIKRCKK
Attorney for H^teoutor
420 IJn.oln Road
Miami IhNM-h. Florida ,,., :.,;..,..,.
IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTV.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77013-B
in RE: Batate of
IS IDORE SHANK.
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona
M.tviiii; Claims or P*-mands
AifaitiHt Said Kslate;
You are hereby notified and required (
| 10 present any claims and d* munds | ^,jfp
, which you may have attains! !h | ,_,,.. lt,,;l.|
.-state of ISAIK.KK SHANK de.*ased ,. ,h pirida
late of Pad- County, Florida, to the t
! County lurttt.-s of Dade County, and
ui.- the same in duplicate and as
vided In Section 733.16, Florida
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 77171-B
In RE: Batate of
I.I.v A 'H il.PSTF.IN.
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
! To All Creditors and All Person*
Having Claims or DemandH Agulnsl
Said Estate:
You are h* r. by notified and requir-
ed i" present any claims and demands
whi.-h you may have against the
estate of LENA OOIJJ8TBIN, d.
ceased late of Pad. county, Florida.
to the County Judges of Dade County.
BJld fib' the sallle ill duplicate .111(1
as provided in Bectlon 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in ih.dr offices in th.-
County Courthouse. In Pad. County,
Florida .wilhin six calendar months
fern th.- time of the first publica-
tion h.r.of. or ih.- name will be barr-
ed
Dated at Miami. Florida, this B9th
iv "I I '' iiiL.-r, A P 1967
KENNETH OOLDSTBIN
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
ihe .'.ih day of January. 1968
I.MON A. EPSTEIN
rn. y for Executor
'1st
ht>
|-mi,r;ic
Tlie
ids
ct
-I
1
February'
-"I day of January AD
,;,111 LKATHKItMAN
..''." J Ircult Court,
"'',' "unly. Florida
1 P P Cubist i and
l> I'Uty Cl.rk
' ""it seal)
l/S-12-l'.i-26
INTHI COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 77196-A
In RE: Estate of
EDWARD KINO,
DCC,NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All IVrsotis
Having Claims or Demand! Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and de-
mands which >ou may have against
the .state of EPWAKP KINO j}ea-
isl late of Pade County, I- lorlda. to
the County Judges of Dado Couaty.
and file the same In duplicate ana as
provided It. Section 75S.16, Flor da
Statutes, I.. Ibeir office. In i<
County Courthouse in Dade county.
Florida. Within six calendar monbs
from the time of the nrs. publication
herfs.f. ..r the same will b. barred.
Iiatcl al Miami. Florid... this Zl
da] "f Pccember. A P Isii..
DON HYATT
As Ex.cutor
First publication "f this notkM on
the 39th day or December, 1967.
w ALTERS, MOOBE &
. 1ST \N/.<>
Attorney for Kxcutor
ItMM Vlnsley HuII'Ihik
Miami. Florida .
12,-" I/O-**-
Statutea, In their offices In th. Coun-
t\ Courthouae In Dude County, Flor-
ida, within six calendar months from
the time of the first publication here-
of or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, th..- is day
of December. A D. 1967.
NORMAN SHANK
As Executor
First BUbllcatlon of thin notice on
t>.. M day ol December, 1967.
\ .1 AY cittSTMI.
Attorney for Executor
21 Northeast First Avenue
12'22-29 I '
NOTICE
UNDER FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
ihe ut.doi sigiwsi, desiring to engage
ii. business under the rictltinu* name.
of CHICKEN EXPRESS al 7315 S.W.
Ii'th Avenue, Miami. Florida, Intenas
t.i regisl.r s.nd name with the Cl.rk
..f the circuit court ot Dade County,
"'"""cHI.'KKN BXPREHS. INC.
B Florida Corporation
By: /s'Diaio-S. Sllverman, President
,i. mea s Roth
Atterney for Chicken Express, inc.
:,01 City National Hank llu.lding
Miami. Florida
1,5-12-19-26
12/22-;9 I '-'-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice is hereb) given lhat the under-
siKn.d desiring t" engage in husinees
under the fictitious name tW-THlJ
ovKHWKICHT MEDICAL CLINIC at
the following listed addresses In P.id*.
County, Florida.
4iu2 West Fourth Aveuue
Hlab-ab. Florida
71] N K 1T Street .
North Miami Beach. Honda
1401 S. W First Street
Miami, Fioii.u......
1558 South Pi-vi* Htehwaj
Coral (iables, Florida
946 Lincoln Itood Mall
Miami Beach. Florida
intends io reglsirr the said -"
,h,. Clerk of the Circuit ourl
for Pade Count} I loll'la
Dated at Miami, l-iori.l...
:, Florida I'l-of. ssioii.il
S. rv.ee Corporal.....
BERNARD P OtHJlKARB
Attorn.-v for Api'li' ant
1556 South Dixie rtlghwai
Coral Cable*, Plorida ..... ^ ( {.,
with
and
ihi- 17th
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722
Act of 1941
File No. 67 A 615
NOTICE IS HEREBY iltVHN 'hat
ItKN IIOSKIN. holder of County Tax
Bale Certificates numbered 210, 3311,
6129 and 6641, issued the 1st day ol
.run.- A P I!":.'.. has filed same in my
office, and has made application for
B !UX deed to be issued thereon Said
certificates embrace the following de-
scribed property, In th.- County ot
Pad.-. State of Florida, lo wit:
t,o! Itlock 2. W< stdale 2nd Anid
ll Plat Hook ll Page :i" In the
County of Dade, Stale of Florida,
.,- embraced In Certificate No. 210.
The assessment ot said property
Under the said certificate Issued
was In Ihe name of tiaron Inc.
This de.-d will be issued subject
lo all other outstanding dellnouent
City of Miami taxes and liens
I/.t's ,".S and 'i'l Block 7, PUlfOT-
dale, I'lat Book S Page t>". in th.
County "f Pol.-. State of Plorida,
as embraced in Certificate NO.
3191 The- assessment or said pro-
perty under th*- said certificate
issued was in Ihe name of P. It.
FKItCUSON. This deed will be
issued subject to all other out-
standing delinquent City of North
Miami Beach taxes und liens.
I/it 13 Hlook 1, Eaionton, Plat
Booh :i Page im In the County
of Had*-. State of Florida, as em-
braced in Certificate No. 6329. The
assessment of said property under
Ihe said certificate issued was in
the name of Ksl of AI'PHKW
Johnson.
Ixits IS and 10 Block 4. Hlaleah
llgts. Plat Hook 2* Page 24 in
Ih.- County of Pade, Stale of
Florida .as mhraocd in Certifi-
cate No. 6641. The assessment of
said property under the said certi-
ficate issued was In the nume of
CI.Ui SMITH and W Al.KNF,
Unless -aid -rtifl. at.s shall be
redeemed according i" law. the
property deacrlbed herein will be
sold to the highest bidder al
tli. Courthouse '-.'r on the first
Monday In the month of February
A It, 1968, which is the Mb day of
February a P. lip.x.
Dated Ibis 2nd day of January A.D.
1968,
E H LEATHERMAN
Cl.rk Circuit Court.
l'ade County. Florida
B> : P. K uriJ'STItAND "
Deputy Cl.rk
ii 'ircult Court S. all
1/5-11-19-16
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV. IN CHANCERv
No. 67-19552
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ISIPItO ROTO,
Plaintiff,
vs
MARIA BOTH '.
Defendant.
TO: MARIA S' 'To
:'-7i W esl l'2 Street
Brooklyn, New York
You. MARIA BOTO, at. hereby i -
tlRed that a Bill of Complaint
Divorce has been filed against you.
and v>u are required lo serve .1 rv
of your Answer or Pleading lo
Bill of Complaint on the Plalntift -
attorney, sail T VON BAM FT, ir.ll
Capital Bank Building, Miami. Flor-
ida 33132 and file the original A -
swer ..1- Pleading In tne office ol 1
Cl.rk of the Circuit Court 1.....1 I- -
foil Ihe 24th day of January- H"*".
If you i..il lo do so, judgment h) -
fault will be taken agahisl you for 1 e
1. ii. 1 .1. in.Hided in the Bill of 'on -
plaint.
This notice shall be published ni
.-a. I. week for four consecutive
In THE JEWISH Fl.mtll >l.\\
PONE AND ORDERED ..' M
Florida, this 20th day ol December,
\ 11 1961
1: II LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
Cir. uii Court. Pad.- County, I -
llj 1 I* Ci II-KI.A.M 1
Deputy Clerk
iCIrcuil 'ourt s.-ai t
SAI'l. T VON ZAMFT
111! Capital Bank Wig
Miami, Florida 31132
12 22-29 I :-'-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV.
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 6849
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR DIVORCE
OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IRENE OODIN,
Pin ntiff
KOI.ANP OODIN
1 left iid.-int
TO: ROI.j-.ND OODIN
3136 Itlu Leveaque Chomedey,
Imiv.iI. I'm- Canada
TOP lI'il.ANP GODIN, are hen
notified that a Complaint f-.r Divorce
has been filed against you and you,
are required to serve a copy of your
Answ.r or pleading to Ihe Complaint
for Divorce on the Plaintiff's ..t-
lorney, RONALD L. DAVIS, Bsq
' 417 Biscayne Building, 19 \V. Flagb*r
Street, Miami. Florida 83130, Phon.
379-28"'!, a.id fib- th. original Answer
or Pleading in the office of the cl.rk
of the circuit court on or before the
the 9th day of February. 1968. If you
fall to do so. judgment by default will
1 be taken against yu for the rell* f
I demanded in th. Complaint for Pi-
j vorce,
THIS NOTICE shall be published
[ once ea.-h week for four consecutive
.we.-k- in TIIK JEWISH Ft.ORIPlAN
HfiVB and ORDERED nt lllomi,
I Plorida, this 2nd day "t January,
1 ..;.
K II LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit t '..urt
I>ad*' Countv. Florida
IH : l< M. I.YMAN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Sea!)
1 3-18-19-2"
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV, IN CHANCERv
No. 67-19883
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ARTHI'lt M. OBLLBR,
Plaintiff,
AUDREY OBLLBR,
Defendant.
TO: AI'PRKY i;KLLKIl
60 Hewea Street
Brentwood
Ixing Island, New York
You. AUDREY QELLBR, are h.-i--
by nolifi.-d lhat a Hill of Complaint
for Divorce has been fib d against
you, ami you are required to scrv.- .1
copy of Your Answer or Pleading to
the Hill "I Complaint on ih*- Plain-
tiffs attorney, SKY.MOCH LONPoN,
ESQ.. 196 N.w. 54th Street, Miami.
Plorida ami file the original Answer
or Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the Cir.-uit Cour! *>n or before ihe
7ih day of Pebruary, IMS. If you
fail to do so. judgment by default
will be taken against you for relief
demanded in the Hill of Complaint
This notice shall bo published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
hi THK JEWISH FI/IRIPIAN
DONE AND UHPKIUCP at Miami.
Fkirida. this 29th day of December
A.P 1967 .
B. B LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court. Pade County. Plondi.
By: K II. I.YMAN
Peputy Clerk
(Circuit Cour! Seal)
gBTMOUK I/1NDON. B8Q
Attorney f*ir Plaintiff
79 N.W. r.4ih Street
Miami. Floriila
I R-U-19-26
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HBREBY IIIVBN Ihnt
tin- undersigned, desiring 10 engage
in hualness under ihe fictitious name
of TIIK MONEY UAKER si P.O.
Box 1288, Miami Beach intends to
r. Klsler said name with the Cl.rk
of Hi. Circuit Court of Pad.- Count},
Plorida,
JANET SCH1FFHKS
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