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

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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).

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 41 Number 4
Miami, Florida, Friday, January 26, 1968
Two Sections Price 20:
Civil Rights Enthusiasm Cools Among Youth
By Special Report
v, \sHINGTON A "waning of
enthusiasm" among teenage mem-
,,. ,) ihe B'nai B'rith Youth Or-
ition in some parts of the
l v toward the cause of civil
rights, resulting from recent re-
, : Negro anti-Semitism was
Ihil week following a sur-
mong the professional work-
I ers of the 50.000 member group.
Much of the decrease in en-
thusiasm was attributed to rising
j black militancy, although "in-
! volvement of Jewish youth in the
Arab-Israel conflict." and "concern
| over the war in Vietnam"' were
' also listed as contributing factors.
A few replies also cited "apathy"
of the population at large, includ-
ing the teen-agers.
The survey showed, however,
that although a minority of the
teen-age members believe there is
a "significant" amount of Negro
anti-Semitism in the country today,
this has not led most of them to
curtail their civil rights efforts.
In a related development.
Rabbi Jay Kaufman, executive
vice president of B'nai B'rith,
told a gathering here that the
activities of extremist factions
in the Negro community have
"created confusion in the minds
of Jews who had supported the
goals of the Ne.fro revolution"
and have unfortunately served
to weaken and cool Jewish in-
volvement in the civil rights
movement.
Referring to the anti-Israel stand
taken by SNCC and by the New
Left conference in Chicago las".
i year. Rabbi Kaufman said "Jews
were singularly free of the corro
sion of the white backlash until
then, but they are no longer and
': must be brought back to their
former resolve and fervor."
Tekoah New
Israel if. N.
Chief Envoy
rXIl ED NATIONS. N.Y. tJTA)
cess of the peace mission
In the Middle Fast on
i. the United Nations by its
. missary Gunnar Jarring,
- entirely on a "political de-
and military tranquility."
lor Joseph Tekoah. Is-
ne permanent represent a-
ihe U.N. declared here this
rekoah made the statement
reception given him by t N
indents after he formally
l ted his letters of credence to
.- etary-General V Thant He
the primary problem con
Mi Jarring's mission in-
volved the question of whether the
Arab states abandon their policy
ol warfare against Jsrael and de-
eide for peace Q* persist in their
present attitude."
Meanwhile, Secretary-General
U Thant told a press conference
here that while "the Viet Nam
war has a definite and direct im-
pact on any crisis, anywhere,"
he would "not 90 as far as to say
that the solution of the Middle
Eastern problem rests, or is
predicated upon a settlement of
the Viet Nam War"
The Secretary-General spoke in
11 ; l\ in a question which cited the
L' nadian government's view, stat-
ring Prune Minister F.shkol s
v-i- to Ottawa last week, that the
Eastern problem could not
1.....ved until the problem Is is solved. Mr. Thant said ho
d with "the assessment thut
tin Vie! Nam war poisoned the
nosphere and caused a verj se-
setback in the East-West de-

The Middle Eastern crisis was
Continued on Page 9-A
LEADERS VOICE COMMENCE
C JA Campaign Kickof f
To Launch '68 Effort
JOSEPH TfKOAH
The 1968 joint campaign of the
Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund will get officially
underway Monday evening at a
community-wide leadership dinner
at the Fontainebleau Hotel, with
Israel Labor Minister Yigal Allon
1- guest speaker.
The goal for the local Com-
bined Jewish Appeal campaign
Bonn To Seek Arrest
Of. Criminals By '69
BONN (JTA) Chancellor Kurt
Kiesinger. of West Germany, gave
assurances this week to Dr Wil-
liam Wexler. international presi-
dent 01 B'lMl B'rith. that he would
do all he could to assure thai Nan
war criminals will be punished.
even though the statute oi limita-
tions on their proseeution goes Into
effect at the end ol 1969 "'
Chancellor met with Dr Wexler
heie.
Dr Wexler later told the Jewish
..,:., Agency that the Chan-
cel'.or had cited a recent poll indi-
cating that continued prosecution
of Nazi war criminals was favored
In- 58 percent of the German people
and bj 38 percent ol the i
National Democratic Party Posl
ponement of the effective date ol
the limital ons law would require
Parliamentary legislation.
A government spokesman previ-
ously had told JTA that Chan-
cellor Kies!ng*r would not ask
is $1,991,200 to meet the needs
of over 40 agencies supported by
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration. In keeping with national
policy, a goal for the Israel
Emergency Fund was not set,
but strong efforts will be made
to raise money toward the
$221,000,000 which is needed to
carry on the humanitarian pro-
grams of Israel.
Shepard Broad, chairman of the
Leadership Dinner Committee, ex-
pressed confidence this week that
the members of his committee
would make the dinner the most
productive kick-off in Greater Mi-
ami history.
Thirty-three additional men from
the Jewish community in Greater
Miami have accepted positions on
the Leadership Dinner Committee.
The new members, bringing the
complete total to 46. arc: Leonard
Abess. Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz.
Dr. Herbert M. Baumgard. Harry
Blumin. David P. Catsman. Joseph
Cohen. Arthur Courshon. Leo Eis-
enstein. Leon Ell, David P. F'.ee-
man. Samuel N. Friedland, Nathan
Gumenick, Isadore Hecht, Morton
Hill. Irving Kaplan. Howard Kane.
MIDEAST TOPPED 1967
UN COUNCIL AGENDA
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y.
(JTAi The Middle East
crisis dominated the deliber-
ations of the Security Coun-
cil in 1967. with 33 of its 46
sessions during the year de-
voted to events in that part
of the world. The busiest
months were June and No-
vember, when the Security
Council held 17 and 12 meet-
ings respectively on the Mid-
dle East. In 1966. the Council
held a total of 70 meetings.
of which 28 were concerned
with the Middle East.
Rabbi Leon Kronish. Sam Luby.
Jr.. Dr. Irving Lehrman. Hairy
I,evv. Dr. Joseph R. Narot. Sam
Mui'son. Saul Morgan. Herbert
Paige, E. A. Pallot. Leonard Ro-
sen, Dan Ruskin. Irving Rubin.
Fred K. Shochet, Stewart Sunness,
Robert Siegel. Harold Thurmar.
and Carl Weinkle.
Soviets Claim Sale Of
Matzoh Already Begun
CHANCtUOR KliSINGtK
the Constitutional High Court at
Karlsruhe to determine whether
cr not the neo-Nazi NPD operat-
ed within the national constitu-
Continued on Page 16-A
WASHINGTON (JTA) The So-
viet authorities moved early tins
year to head off the annual de-
mands thai Russian .lews be given
adequate facilities for obtaining
matZOh for Passover. The Soviet
Embassy here distributed this
H.MT APPEARANCE AS ENVOY
Rabin Due In Miami For Bond Meet
liaiJU" __ t, .rved in various top positions
week copies ol a Novosti News
Agency press release announci
thai the baking of mat/oh had be-
gun in Moscow on Jan. 7 three
and a half months before Passover
According to the Novosti report.
up to three tons of matzoh is roll-
ing off the conveyors every day
under supervision ol a mashgiach
(rabbinical supervisor). The agen-
cy asserted that "on the first day
(Jan. 7), matzoh was bought by-
hundreds of persons, both believ-
ers and non-believers."
ITZHAK RABIN
Ma] Gen Itzhak Rabin, Israel's
Ambaaaador-deslgnate to the Unit-
ed states, who served as Chiel ol
Safi of the Israel Detente Forces
Ih, s.x.Day War. trill be
fteguest of honor al the Intern*
UonJ inaugural Conference for
Urael Bonds, to beheld n Miami
r,lh ii was announced .hi-week
K Dr Joseph J. Schwartz, vice
JfeSn. of the Israel Bond Or-
ganisation.
The confecenee will meet front
Thursday. Ft* ^-inou^ Sunday,
March 9 at the Fnt*b'"V "
tel for the formal launching of thi
1968 campaign for Israel Bond*.
This years drive will seekto pra-
Cide from one-half to two-thirds of
Israel's Development Budget of
S2Kil.0O0.lMK) for 1968.
The occasion will mark Gen.
Rabin's first appearance before
the leadership of Amer.can and
Canadian Jewry after assuming
the post of Israel's Ambassador
to this country next month.
Gen. Rabin, one of his country's
foremost military heroes, took
comm,nd Of Israels air. land and
sea forces In December of 1963.
Prior to becoming chief of staff.
he served in various top positions
in Israel's Army.
A native of Israel, who was born
in Jerusalem in 1922. Gen. Rabin
began his military career as a
teenager with Pa'.mach. the com-
mando group of Haganah. the Jew-
ish defense force established under
the British Mandate He took part
in many key actions, including the
daring liberation in 1946 of more
than two hundred "illegal immi-
grants" in the British detention
camp at Athlit.
During Israel's War of Indcpen-
Continued on Page 2-A
The agency said that other So-
viet Jewish communities had be-
gun preparing for matzoh baking
The Soviet agency quoted Mikhail
Mikhailovitch, whom it described
as "head of the Jewish communi-
ty," as stating that "unlike past
years, this time we began baking
matzoh fairly early three and a
half months before the Passover
This will allow us to supply matzoh
not only to community members
but to all those wishing to ret.
it.""


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absurd"
reports tl Minister
Levi Eshk >1 had attempted
-. Kmet n 'ew
ish leaders, or that ho did
SO. on Viet Nam at the re-
,( pn lent J ihnson
The Israeli officials stated
that it is inc nci i>
Israel government <* i I
natters ol vital Im
no the 5
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[Tte Pi tme M ster
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exposition Israel's own
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Kahiii Due In Miami
Continued from Page 1-A
Gen. Rabin commanded Jh^
lien who broke the Arab siege
, lerusalem, n i ed m the capture of Beersheba.
liter the war. he was appointed
i commander of the Battalion Com-
! manders Course, the highest train-
in school in the Israel Army Later
;.u -end as Chief Operations Offi-
cer ..- General Headquarters, and
.. 1955 was placed in charge of
Israel's Northern Command
Gen. Rabin played an important
- plann ng the military strat-
egy which led to victor\
in the
Sinai Campaign of 1956 y.;-. ,*,
named
that conflict. hmved as ( hn('^
Operations and in a number of
other posts before being
Chief of Staff
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Friday. January 26. 1968
* Jewitf fhrkNam
Paqe 3-A
Rafi, Achdut Avodah Rejoin Mapai
In Completion Of Merger Plans
Mr. and Mrs. Abo Fine, center, benefactors of the new
Margaret and Abe Fine Pavilion of the Jewish Convalescent
Home, cut the tape at ceremonies dedicating the facility.
Also shown (from left) are: Leonard Zilbert, chairman of the
board of directors of the home; Miami Beach Councilman
Joseph Malek; Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple Beth Sholom
and Mrs. Joseph E. Keiser. president of the home.
Soviets Promise New Arms Aid
WASHINGTON. D.C. (JTA)
Soviet Russia has pledged "new
assistance" to Egypt "in various
fields lo strengthen the Arab strug-
gle to remove the effects of im-
perialist-Zionist aggression" from
the Middle East, it was reported
here from Cairo.
The pledge was contained in a
joint communique issued on the
leparture of a Soviet delegation
.liter six days of talks on political
..ad technical subjects with Egyp-
i leaders. The delegation was
headed by Kirill Maxurov. First
Deputy Chairman of the Soviet
Council of Ministers and a mem-
ber of the Central Committee Pol-
itburo.
Tlie communique stated that the
talks with Nasser "particularly
concerned the problems of the li-
quidation oi the effects of the Is-
raeli aggression, especially the
withdrawal of Israeli forces from
all occupied Arab territory, back
to the June 5, l!H-"7 lines."
JERUSALEM (JTA)More than
2.200 delegates joined by guests
and well-wishers from 22 countries
around the work;, attended the
founding conference here this
week ol Israel- new United Labor
Party Mificget Avodah Yisroel
(MAII composed of Mapai. the
party of Prime Minister 1-evi Esh-
kol; Rafi. the dissident labor party
established by former Prime Min-
ister David Ben-Gurion, and Ach-
dut Avodah. another Mapai off-
shoot which has returned to the
fold.
The contract of union, combin-
ing the three labor parties, was
signed by the secretary generals
of each of themMrs. Golda Meir
for Mapai. Shimon Peres for Rafi
and Israel Galili lor Achdut Avo-
dah. Adding their signatures were
the 187 members of the new par-
ty's secretariat and the 15 found-
ing members. Among the latter
were Mrs Rachel Ben-Zvi. widow
of the late President Yitzhak Ben-
Zvi of Israel and Mrs. Rachel Sha-
zar. wife of incumbent President
Zalman Shazar.
Noticeable by his absence
from the ceremonies and con-
ference was former Prime Min-
ister David Ben-Gurion, who bit-
terly opposed, the merger of Rafi
the Israel Workers Party
with Mapai. Mr. Ben-Gurion
stood firm on his refusal to join
the new party under its present
leadership. A Rafi delegation
that visited his home at Sdeh
Boker in the Negev, was unable
to persuade him to attend the
merger festivities.
Also opposed to the merger, but
for different reasons, was Mrs.
Meir, Israel's former Foreign Min-
ister and secretary-general of Ma-
pai, who refused an offer by the
Mapai central committee to be-
come the secretary-general of the
merged parties. "1 received my
mandate from you and on your dis-
solution I return my mandate t"
you," she said.
The merged parties will have
three bodiesa 438 member cen-
tral committee, a 187 member sec-
retariat and a small body to be
established next week. The mergei
of the three party factions in the
Knesset (ParliamentI and within
the World Zionist Organization,
will also take place next week The
three parties have already merged
in several municipalities, iclu
inl; Jerusalem. Dissident factions
of Ran. opposed to the mer
have seceded and declared them-
selves independent."
Women Petition
Rabbis To Act
On 'Disabilities'
NEW WORK (WNS) A petition
urging easing of Jewish marriage,
! divorce and inheritance laws af-
! lecting women has been drafted by
the International Council of Jewish
i Women for submission to rabbinic
! authorities throughout the world.
' it was disclosed here when the
I National Council of Jewish Women
announced that six major Amen-
. jan Jewish women's organizations
lad already signed the plea
The petition calls on the world
: -abbinate to convene in assembly
I vith a view to finding "the means
ind interpretations in the Talmud
ind Codes' Of overcoming "Hie
Usabilities oi Jewish women" m
hose areas
Riverside builds a new funeral chapel at 19th and
Alton to serve the Miami Beach community.
RIVERSIDE
MEMORIAL CHAPEL. INC. FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Founded by Charles Rosenthal. 1877-1966
19th Street & Alton Road in the heart of Miami Beach JE 1-1151
Other Riverside chapels in the
Miami-Miami Beach-Ft. Lauderdale-Hollywood areas
1250 Normandy Drive, Miami Beach JE 1-1151
16660 N.E. 19th Avenue, North Miami Beach Wl 7-8690
Douglas Road at S.W. 17th Street, Miami HI 3-2221
Other chapels, serving the New York metropolitan area, in Manhattan,
The Bronx, Brooklyn, Far Rockaway and Mount Vernon
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CJA Leadership Event
To Launch Campaign
--- fewkh Appeal Israel E:
leadership dinner at rhe~Fc
aleau Hold
'--' -:" Miami > :e the ^"
-shmem ;: fe State :
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=cec-:er at '.'---__ _____
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-- and the highest ranfcnq mem-
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taw June
Aj the rurrem Minister :: Lei
-srr?- armed :: -
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^= =k>eetothe ,,.-.-.,.;_;;:_:: v*
pros^aa facing the -= j^*'
and the -;:-
:?-"e- -: seewhebnina obstacles
~"-e leodeTshi: dinner Mor -
evening will be the tmob most ~.
porVzBl event -_; the Greater M~
Pressures on Sen. Kennedy
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hindrcmina effort
community'fl central
?far.
: -s an event thai traditionally essabl 4ms
^e tone of the ,-:v= Z7~ ^,-, ;. ... ~ -;
rftha vec:,^- campaign-** first
-ier cr.ve s;.-.ce 'he (one warwill tterr____
the lecdershir rxmiejpat --
leadershrs
im-
the spirit o: the CM EF
-- ?::- recson to rer^s-e evei
4:-::".:;:' _"^'" ir; 5howiJ "npt im in.
.:.-::; ;:":.:"- "r- ":' hesitated to desecrate
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Kennedy an as
': ecome an
ainst Pi
n. But it xvi
': an to Ihe same (hint
I'-h all his magnetism
1 takes :he leadership
S McCa thyrin the
rather laaguid Effort.
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serves as ax accntule mdkntu
--'. commune: reeponse Graatsr M -- v
certainhr real^es ;~~ the emeroency -'-- -
sree. it far froa: over and ftoJ Ihe cV^ow
:ar..-a the Jewish Slats todav are even greater
BOB BMf were laM veci.
1= the servce of what = todav dm m
:c-.-jr.:tv who deoend cm the se
ber.eficiary coer.c:es.
The rapid pac- c: the arowth -: -- ---
~'T:":.~'~ :"e ?-">- -: iis crevr-- Q- 'i-*-
werit a tr.e Federate- are r.dioated hv Hm
:acr rr.at thousands c: -^c-; ... y ~
crea are aheadv ._=:-- the-------------- -'--",:
* fancies which deoend .: oreatrav
:or tr.e:.- support or. the oroceeds -: the CT*
ca-.rxrlar^ wj"
- iaCllSed ? ,he '^^---::-v cf -
greater Miami Jewish Federation ar.d its hene.
naary agencies are servicee lo she ccluni.
tys side, aged r.cr.d.ranoec ernotionaDTand
rr.entaDy iL youth farr.-.es r. need c: OldrJcBwe
and counseling leisure and recrearon pro-
grams essential to mcintcminc a healthy -c~.
^^=1 life and Jewish education
And the respon-ihilitv of the PederaBOE
no more or less than :he responsib::.-, ^
eccn member of the ccrr.m..-.:ty -,ro can con-
--u:e ha resources in helcina to meet the
--rent needs at home and obroad.
State DepartntenTCriticism
The policymakers in the State Depart-nem
neve again seer, frl to cr.ticize Israel -
move m its admini^rr-r.c- -- -=-;:-,.;: '.:_.
aw ng the Six-Dav War.
Tcr~ ThiS i,;me- 'he De"'-^- ex-e-t- s-nred
East Jerusalem for a housirq devs -
Qu-te possibly. ,he State Deoortaenl aw
mkrh7f.^d 'n.^^i,^ ? a measu-e ,hS
might further ,mtate the Arab aovemments
-- f^" ,he D^^"' teltffl wen s-rc-
-7 tor consumption cbroad.
fewish shea .- its possession.
however On -I r.......'considerations,
ed -""' ~":~ '. -"-:-: -"-err.e-: ;5 reach-
borden Israd -'-- ~'e v":-' ^-m
- -- .-. to toke all
7. "- --' z: "-- "nd Arab ahke
the Arab^SrS S^S*^ "rr~-f ,ha1
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istttmon. : r"'''" ~S u""e: :-:-e:; 2d~.r,
DSm -^ilir'rv- -f" "'~--::=r:ar:con-
- --; i>enartment strategy,
The AntNDelamation League
breed" -t^7-^"^"'-'" cc~~-"d to a
::--e:.7:cu3rreecc~"-_ ;:. *""**
-.-ears. ......" ""'" "' s :-" mem"
,eSr^,^.r-:----:B,a:dof
nil oe oreser.-- ...... V .....f ^
---ig^nltnta "/e S"*" ^e ADL
-c Jews T-9-Vw* S'tv01 ^r8 Clle*-
the resura -' -''"/" v' ^ *"J1 incIud '
^SE^^^^SSm
MJt'SLf^SS r--"^'e ** of tv
\~ X?r:Z^z ^-- naht here m
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v ~-e^ -: JSS,
to white Sot! W,WCtod ,he aPPlican.?
o-r SS *" ^- vo 0< the local ADT
^erajion for the rights of *e1r *
of the ADL .till filhTa
No rfssnrancf
was wrc,aly detnlte n^?' WWk ^ !h" AL
-, Y aenrnte need in our community.
So much for the parallel The
two eases an >PI site be. i
no one-not even the most
glorious idopolitician among
the Johnson-haters in the grove of
erne-can possiblj assure
Sen Kennedy -hat he is likely to
lead his party to victor)
If Kennedy, in fact, yields to
he temptation that Theodore
*velt yielded to in I912 he
will instead produce three closely
related and irreparable disasters
He will destroy himself He u,||
-'>- *- Part) And he will
bnng into power, perhaps fo,
nny years to come. ,e extreme
;ih' *ing of the Republican
:'ny- *1,n a" its >,d,d racist
and Btrchite camp followers
Here there is a close link ,,,.
^"RockeW^s problem and
Kennedy, prob|em Th
nswerabje ,rgume, for H()(.k.
th at present prospect,
he :. the one Repuhln.,,, ,,,,
defeat President Johnson
But if Sen. Kennedy .should ever
^ to pUv Sam80n
DemoCratlc Partv>
,uall> an, Republician would
J bp We io be., ,.
- Johnson .n that cent. ,
SsTsSSwhich
E^rurrt:
^-he.ro.ninchn.,,;,,,,/,;
^ -here ,ha, tt.ou,,, (M;
the short run.
Poliiital leirtim
ferte^htf "" nt' ">
America has always Itoo
America, to be blunt ab
fai too close for comfort to -
Wrica todaj The folly
x racists th* (till .
of the Ami rican ni;,
ng nj ng justice I
Ve ro mil ,. .. .
in the urban gh< tt
factors threaten to
' ible. And this I
can. in turn, pr i
more terrible political read
"ere. then .- Sen k, .
He can -: stray
' i : i Pr
JO ,- : S a,
everj foi
\ rica which he most det.
withstand the pn -
preu nd' I friends i b i
'km.' to me him for the
peculiar purposes Ar.d he
heed the councils of pol
common sense.
Which horn of this dilemm
will choose is now a much
"pen question than any of .-
i have imagined it wou
Curiously enough, Sen. M thy's candidacy, by its rerj
has unintentionally he.
to create the present pressure
" '"" in which Sen. Ken-
finds himself.
Sen. Md'arfbv
As to McCarthy. Kennedy owi
him nothing whatever except
perhaps the back of his hand, for
.McCarthy was more viciously un-
pleasant about President Kennedy
than any other single man in
American politics It is ludicrous
to argue that Sen. Kennedy ought
IO risk his future for Sen. McCar
lh) because they have somewhat
M'nilar views on Vietnam. It is
' ''"> ludicrous to argue that
Sen Kennedy ouaht to destroy
himself and the Democratic Party
because President Johnson now
occupiej the White House.
These are the arguments, how-
ever, that are now being pressed
on Sen Kennedy, albeit in very
different, much less honest terms
Fortunately for him. his astute
'"other. Sen. Edward Kennedy,
h's own and the late Presidents
Wise adviser. Theodore Sorensen.
ld a few other men he trusts are
making the obvious counter argu-
ments.
" is a hard thing for Sen. Ken
'U|l> to hear those who cheered
yesterday begin to boo today. Yet
' Will be a much harder thing.
"'" only for Sen. Kennedy, but
''-" '"' his party and for the
'""""V the most promising
Jnd most richly equipped man of
, enUon in American poli-
"- fatalistically allows himself
" be pressured into self-destruc-
tion.
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NCRAC Files Open Housing Brief
By Social Report iiuttpc, .l.^ftsh Labor Co.nmittee.
\\..\> I.NGTON A brief pre- Jewish WaFveteraiw of the U S.A..
.,.-' ihe iging social, psy- .National Council of Jewish Worn
Hl and econosnic effects on rn, I'nioa -of American Hebrew
,s especially Negroes O ngreqatftp; 1/niai* of Orthodox
in was filed in Jewish Cwattejationi'of America.
Coi lis week by the and I niii-ffgynatogue of America
nmunity Relations Ad- Srould the Supreme Court hold
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rican Jewish Committee.
binove, director of
it ., Jewish Committee's
: re| ared the brief
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national organiza-
Amei ican Jewish Corn-
landmark decision, for the Court
cculd find that there already ex-
vldes for open occupancy. This
cculd lead to the creation of an
effectual federal fair housing
law, not by an act of Congress,
but by a excision of the Supreme
Court.
The brief, supporting an inter-
racial st Louis couple in the case
>f Jones v. Mayer, brings open
housing to the Supreme Court for
Ihe first time. The court is ex-
csts a Feder-I statute which pro- tecte I to hear the case this spring.
ORT Approves Budget
Of $15,100,000 For '68
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ib!y tilled wiih non-
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iw of their annoy-
i disinterest
tate '>f radio in Greater
so i>MT that to make it
the kind of shows which
n so well describes, is to
bad to worse.
i&BI ALLEN RUTCHIK,
-ector. Southeast Region,
- ?e<* Synagogue of America
NEW YORK (JTA)The Organi-
zation for Rehabilitation Through
Training (ORTi, which serves Jew
i-h educational and humanitarian
need- throughout the world, has
adopted .1 : of si.">.-
109 .,ni for 1968, il ".1- innounced
t tli" nationa' conference of the
American ORT Federation lure
:m- week The bu Iget, which ex-
ceeds I as I year's allocation by
more than $1.7 million, was de-
mg costs, increased
teachers" salaries and equipment
replacement needs
The American share of the budg-
et is $4.^86.500. of which $2,250,000
will be provided by the American
Jewish Joint Distribution Commit-
tee for ORT operations abroad. The
78.000-member American Women's
ORT has pledged an additional
$1,612,500. The balance will be
made up from contributions here
and overseas, Bui pledges so far
are about S500.000 short of meet-
ing the organization's need- in the
year ahead, the conference was
told.
ORT and other Jewish organ-
izations were urged to exercise
special coin,'in for the "tens of
thousands of Jews throughout the
world," particularly in Eastern
Europe and Moslem lands, whose
security wa- seriously undermined
by the Arab-Israel war of last June.
Samuel I. Haber. executive vice
chairman of the JDC. made this
point in his address to the ORT
conference. He said that the war
had set in motion forces whose
historical consequences may not
become apparent for many years,
but which threatened the Jewish
populations in East European and
Moslem lands.
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Federation To Present TV Broadcasts
On Community Problems And Prospects
n. ......bintcal A.....fctton "I Communltr lo Ix brarfcisl i
The web of structural steel silhouetted against the sky is the
skeleton of Temple Israel's new chapel as it moves toward
completion within the next few months. The development
program of Greater Miami's pioneer Reform congregation
also includes construction of the Harry Simonhoff Center
for Advanced Jewish Studies and a new sanctuary.
UAHC Executive Board
Will Meet In Miami
The executive committee of the Sholom of Miami Beach and chair-
E iard Of Trustees of the Union of | man of the UAHC'i South Florida
American Hebrew Congregations |.-e(|t.ration
will convene in the South for the
first time Feb. 25 when it holds its
semi-annual meeting at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel in Miami Beach.
Announcement of the plenary
session was made Wednesday by
Karl Morse of New York, chair-
nun of the Board of Trustees of
Hie UAHC. Mr. Morse will preside
oxer tiie all-day gathering here,
which will be preceded by a week
ol meetings among national and
local leaders ol the Reform Move-
men!
Dr. Maurice Kisendrath. presi-
dent ol the UAHC. will be among
the to|) Jewish spokesmen who will
take part in the executive com-
mittee conclave
He noted that scheduling of the
meeting here "is recognition that
not only is South Florida the fast-
e.-t growing Jewish community in
North America, but also that this
area has become the crossroads of
world Jewry during the winter
season."
A loeal host committee lor the
UAHC executive committee con-
ference is being organized under
Ihe chairmanship of James Albert,
past president of Temple Beth
Greater Miami will devote four of
- mdaj morning "Still Small
Voice" television shows t the
Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund campaign in a
series ol programs entitled 'Prob-
lems and Prospects ol the Jewish
Veterans Urged To
Direct Inquiries To
Regional VA Office
Thousands ol Florida veterans
:ind dependents of veterans have
unintentionally delayed Veterans
Administration answers to ques-
tion.- and action on their cases by
u ritin.ii to the VA Central Office
:n Washington rather than to the
'ncal office, according to C. W.
Boggs, officer in charge of the
Miami Veterans Administration
Office.
Generally, local and regional VA
Offices can better handle every
veteran's and dependent's case.
From initial inquirj to complete
solution, Mr. Boggs said, He ex-
plained that in many cases the
'entral Office must refer cone
spondence to the VA regional of-
!ice for the area in which the
veteran or dependent lues because
the pertinent record- are main
tained in that office
The St Petersburg VA Regional
office remains the principal VA
contact point for Florida veterans
and dependents, Mr. Boggs said, it
' is located at 144 First Ave.. South.
'The mailing address Is P.O. Box
1437. St. Petersburg, Fla 33731
RABBI RICHARD ISRAEL, di-
rector of the B'nai B'rith Hillel
Foundation at Yale University,
has been elected president of the
National Association of Hillel Di-
rectors
month mi Channel .
Presented by Ihe Qrtftier Miami
Jewish Federation, 8>e programs
will be pain! discussions on the
purposes and needs of the various
agencies supported by the Federa-
tion
The fust show "Winning Young
Heart-." will feature the YM
VWHA and Bureau of Jewish Edu
cation Member- ol the panel will
be Paul Faskc. president of the V
m,I Albeit Ossip, president ol the
Bureau. Moderator for the opening
-how i- Rabbi Sol landau
"Guiding the Troubled" Will cen
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ice, Jewish Famil> and Children's
Service and tb<' Community Chap
lainc> Service The panel will con
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president; Mrs Burton Goldstein
Ol the JFCS: ami Walter Falk.
chairman ol the Chaplaincy Sen
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Lea Rose, Jr., president ol the
Home and Baron de Hirsch Meyer.
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Temple Km.mil El, will be the
moderator
l>r Max A. l.ip-chitz will be the
moderator for the fourth anil con-
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and International Need-." The
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Federation: Leon Kaplan, presi-
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1368
Sen. Morse Due In
Miami For Federation
Sen Wayne Morse of Oregon and
Iwo top Israeli personalities will
be in Miami at the beginning of
r.exl month to speak on behait of
Ihe Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund.
Sen. Morse will speak at a din-
ner of the Lawyers Division of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Feb. 5 at the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
L. Jules Arkin, chairman of the
Lawyers Division, hailed Sen.
Morse as a staunch supporter of
Ihe State of Israel since its in-
ception.
Zvi Kolitz. Israeli author, jour-
nalist and motion picture and the-
atrical producer, will be the guest
speaker at the Westview Federa-
tion Day to be held at the West-
view Country Club on Feb. 8.
The annual Greater Miami Con-
ference of the Farband-Labor Zi-
lonist Order on behalf of the CJA-
3EF joint campaign will be ad-
dressed by Dr. Arieh Nesher, an
].-raeli management consultant,
steal scientist and lecturer, ac-
cording to an announcement by
Joseph P. Zuckerman, chairman.
The conference will be held on
Feb. 4 at the Algiers Hotel.
The Lawyers Division dinner is
being hosted by Arthur H. Com-
a lormer associate chairman
of the Combined Jewish Appeal
I .r.paign. and a record attend-
ance of Dade County's Jewish at-
.-:eys is expected.
Mr. Courshon stated that Sen.
.Morse will address the dinner on
'he present Middle East problem
and the policy of the United
States government in that criti-
cal area of the world. He said
the Senator's remarks "will shed
further light on the continuing
emergencies confronting the
Jewish community both here in
Miami and in Israel."
Sen. Morse. Mr. Courshon noted,
will devote his trip to Miami only
to the immediate problems of this
community and Israel. National
politics will not be playing a part
in this journey to Dade County.
WESTVIEW. FEDERATION DAY
Westview Federation Day is
held annually on behalf of the
Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund joint campaign.
This year the cochairmen for the
program are: David P. Catsman.
Herbert Login and A. J. Molasky.
Mr. Koliti is the author and
executive producer of Israel's
first major motion picture "Hill
24 Doesn't Answer," a film
which won international prizes.
He was coproducer on Broadway
ol the controversial play. "The
Deputy." a Tony Award-winning
production which focused new at-
tention on the question of silence
as a moral crime.
At Westview-Federation Day, the
Sixth Annual Golf Tournament will
highlight the dav-lung activities
which will also include a stag din-
ner.
PARBAND
Dr Nesher is currently touring
the United States to recruit young
men and women to participate in
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South Beach Organizes
For 1968 CJA Drive
The South Beach area of Miami
Eeach has organized its own divi-
sion for the 1968 Combined Jewish
Appeal Israel Emergency Fund
joint campaign in order to more
tffectively carry out the area"s ef-
forts to meet this year's unique
emergencies both in Israel and
locally.
Abraham A. Grunhut. long active
in CJA affairs, has been named
chairman of the division. Cochair-
man of the South Beach Hotel Di-
vision for the 1968 campaign is
Sam Lachman.
Campaign plans for the South
Beach Division call for special pri-
vate meetings to be held in all the
hotels and condominiums. "This
Telshe Dinner To
Mark Founding Of
Miami Friends Unit
Rabbi Chaim D. Keller, a mem-
ber of the faculty of the Telshe
Yeshiva Chicago Branch, will be
among the speakers at the dinner
narking the establishment of the
Greater Miami Friends of Telshe
Yeshiva. according to Rabbi Berel
Wein, spiritual leader of Beth Is-
rael Congregation who is serving
as chairman of the event.
The dinner will be held Tuesday
tvening at the Fontainebleau Ho-
tel.
Principal speaker at the dinner
will be Rabbi David Singer of New-
York City.
Rabbi Aaron Paperman, execu-
tive vice president of Telshe Ye-
shiva, Cleveland, will present
founders plaques to a number of
Miami communal leaders.
The dinner will also feature a
musical program.
way. and this way only." Mr. Grun-
hut said, "can we be sure of get-
ting the message to all of the
people in the area. These meetings
have already begun in many of the
hotels and the success we are hav-
ing in the campaign has exceeded
our expectations."
ADDITIONAL CHAIRMANSHIPS
Several additional divisional
, chairmanships for the campaign
were announced this week by
Norton S. Pallot, campaign chair-
man.
Among the sections naming new
appointees was the Jewelry Group
of the Mercantile Division. Accept-
ing cochairmanship for this vital
group in the campaign were David
Balogh of Balogh Jewelers. Irving
Getz of Mayors Jewelers. Al Lev-
inson of Levinson 4 Co., and Mor-
ris Rabinowitz of Miami Diamond
Center.
Accepting the position of cochair-
man for the Druggists Division
were David Silver of Silver Dru->s
and Sidney Simkowitz of Sims
Pharmacy,
Arnold P. Rosen of F & R Con-
struction Co. has been named co-
chairman of the Construction Di-
vision. The cochairmen for the
Builders and Contractors Division
are: James Cohen of Cohen-Ager
Inc.. Saul Morgan of Morgan &
Siegel Construction Co.. and Adolph
Berger of Pasadena Builders
SIN. WAYNt MORSt
Shcrut La'am, a Peace Corps type
program in Israel.
Dr. Nesher has served as a
consultant in human relations to
the Israeli government. He is a
former lecturer at the Tel Aviv
School of Law and Economics
and is a member of the staff of
the Afro-Asian Institute.
Mr. Zuckerman also annoui
recently the complete cabinet for
the Feb. 4 conference. Those in
eluded in the cabinet arc: Morris
Honigbaum and Menasha Feld-
stein, honorary chairmen: Dr Na
thaniel Soroff, Solomon Pan
Israel Pinkel, Oscar Shapiro. Harry
s, Abe Rappaport and '
ham Ravinsky, honorarj vice
chairmen: Bill Beckwith and Sen-
der Wolson, secretaries: Hannah
'i sner, recording sei el Hon-
igbaum, Jack Filos >i / i kerman,
Samuel Galfond and David Lip
man. Preside nts' I ouncil: Hyman
Eisenbaum. Filosof, Maurice For-
er, David Freed. Mayshie Fried
berg, David Lipman. Eli Malin,
Rose Abels and Dr Simon Wilen-
sky, i onsultant Committee.
The Board ol Direct rs foi
Farband Labor Zionists includes:
Alfn d Aden. Sarah Babier, Lester
nan. Rubins Burnstein, Louis
Doblin, Abraham Fish, Abraham
Fraidlin, Jacob Fraydman, Mayer
Goldstein, Bernard Furman, Ger-
trude Kantor. Joseph Kleinman,
Philip Kraus, Julius Nadel, Leon
Orenstein, Mums Ornstein, Victor
Roskin, Joseph Reminick, Samuel
Samit. Ben Talmadge. Simon Tet-
enbaum, Ray Weisberg and Je-
rome Yesner
Spinoza Makes New Friends
The Spinoza Forum for Adult
Education will feature a talk on
""Spinoza Makes New Friends"
presented by Dr. Abraham Wolf-
son Thursday, 10 a.m.. at Washing.
ton Federal, 1234 Washington \u.
THE ANNUAL conference of
the National Council for Jewish
Education will be held from May
12 15 at Grossingers, New York.
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New Films Added
To Federation's
Movie Library
Three new movies have been
added lo the film library of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
All the new films, "Children of the
Exodus." In Our Time." and "An
Act of Kindness, are 16mm sound.
:n color, and available now
"Children of the Exodus" de-
picts what has happened in 20
years to various Immigrants who.
as children, came lo Israel right
after World War II from Germany
Tin.- movie runs for U0 minutes
"In Our Tune'' explains what
the various agencies of Federation
do to help people of all ages, i>o'h
Jewish and Christian This film
runs 15 minute-.
v \cl ol K ndness" inten I
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bark on fund raising programs
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ssful -
threi : i
ith anj ivie in Ihe
' r Miami Jewish Fedi i
film library, can be obtained by
! the Public De-
partment of the Federation
rh
Norton S Pallot, 1968 cam|
man, has called on the i ad
ers o: all organizations in Ihe
' r Miami area to furnish v ,i-
unteer workers to man the ph
al the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration building during the trucitj
period of the campaign.
Through the "Dialathon ierj
prospective contributor ihe
campaign will be reached ith ihe
message of the campai; the
emergency needs both locally an(i
in Israel will be explained. \,i.,ng
with other detailed Information on
why the goal ol $1,991,200 toi :he
Combined Jewish Appeal must be
reached.
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through Thursdays from 7 p
9 p.m. and on Sundays : .,. iq
a.m. to 12 noon.
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ing to participate in the 1968 '"Dial-
athon" program la asked to call
'Dialathon' at the Pedera
flees.
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Joseph If. Lipton. pre.. | |
Dade Federal Savings and Loan
Association of Miami, has an
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British Warn U.S. On New Soviet
Missile Strength In Middle East
u tSHIXGTO!fl DC. (JTA)
.minorities have warned
lited States of a serious
,.f Soviet missile strength
Mediterranean, menacing
- Sixth Fleet and the south
Tvkoah New
Israel U. N.
Chief Envoy
Continued From Pag* 1A
I V
I
5]
n
d
only occasionally during
fl :ii'.- press conference, his
in four months, which was
by the war in Viet Nam
i 1 problems. One ques-
wever, asked if the Secre-
al had "any enlightening
ents" to make on Am-
Gunnar Jarring's pros-
nvolving the principles listed
Security Council resolution
ing the withdrawal of
es from all occupied
em and southeastern flanks of
NATO, it was learned here this
week. According to the British
sources. Soviet missile ships and
i rocket launchers have bee.n sup-
plied in significant numbers fo the
' Arab countries, while the Red fleet
itself is operating an increasing
number of missile-firing units, in-
cluding submarines, in the Medi-
terranean.
Soviet "SAM" ground to-air mis
siles. which have been operational
for some time, are believed to
have been installed in Egypt by
Soviet military technicians. Thus,
say the British, the Soviet zone of
influence in the Mediterranean
area has been extended by an esti-
mated missile range of 300 to
1.200 miles.
A New York congressman, mean-
while, warned that American in-
action, -through failure to provide
Israel with etfective deterrents,
coupled with massive Soviet arms
shipments" to the Middle East, is
"driving out Arab realists and
moderates and giving center stage
to the Arab extremists and revolu-
tionaries."
Rep. James II. Sheuer. a Demo-
crat, in a letter to the Washington
Post, assailed the "slow delivery'*
ol American jet aircraft to Israel.
"With French doors closed." he
said, "only the United States can
supply Israel with the clear and
unmistakable deterrent strength
she must have to convince her hos-
tile neighbors and the Soviet Union
that their preparations for another
war are futile If the Arabs are
allowed to dream, as they did in
June, that they are capable of de-
stroying Israel, the result would be
ca?a:!ror>h;c." Rep. Sheuer warned.
FRENCH MAY LIFT
ISRAEL EMBARGO
LONDON (JTA)President
de Gaulle will lift the French
arms embargo against Israel,
probably within 30 days, and
permit the delivery of the 50
Mirage V jet fighter bombers
Israel has on order, the Lon-
don Daily Telegraph report-
ed. President de Gaulle's de-
cision was. reportedly, a
result of his exchange of
letters with former Prime
Minister David Ben Gurion
and his desire to smooth
Dver misunderstandings with
the Israel government, the
3aper said.
Smorgasbord Buffet Dinner
A smorgasbord buffet dinner,
including cocktails, will be given
by the Miami Beach Business and
Professional Chapter of Women's
American Ort Sunday from 4:30
to 7:30 p.m. at the home of Anne
Kauffman at 1525 Normandy Drive.
Bbarguiba Again
Raps Arabs For
Stand On Israel
PARIS- (WNS^-President Habil
Bourguiba of Tunisia renewed thi-
week his repeated charges that th<
leaders of the Arab countries wen
pursuing an unrealistic policy to
ward Israel, and he urged agan
that the Arabs should recogni/>
Israel's existence.
In a conference with America
reporters in Tunis, Bourguiba sai'1
that the result of Egyptian Pre-i
dent Nasser's foreign policy was
"failure, bankruptcy and humilia
tion" and added that there would
be a significant change in Aral"1
policy only when those "who mak,
this policy have changed."
He said also that some Ai.
leaders were bitter against Britap.
and the United States for helping
o create Israel "but they forget
that the Soviet Union also tool-
part in it." He asserted that reia
tions between the Arab states weri
tainted by "hypocrisy and humi'u
ation." He also urged Israel to find
a modus vivendi with the Palestin
ian Arabs.
noted, in reply that
; r .'airing was actively
discussion! and consul-
. th the parties concerned
n would be "harmful" if
i-cted himself into the pic-
th "substantive announce-
Similarly, the Secretary-
declined to comment on
the burden of responsi-
n last June's Arab-Israel
-'id.
I how he would interpret
lent Johnson's alleged failure
in the United Nations dur-
State of the Union address,
lant said: "If 1 remember
!ly. President Johnson did
Ambassador Jarring's ac-
- in the Middle East He
i ndorsed Ambassador Jar-
on for peace and for
I am grateful."

I .S. Removes
Jordan Ban
W \-HlNC.TON (JTA) Official
- revealed this week that a
I S > mbargo on arms shipments
lifted within 30 days to
' shipment of Patton tanks to
Jordan to replace the losses suf-
fered in last June's war with Israel.
" parts, ammunition and
other transportation and communi-
i equipment required by the
anian army will also be sent.
A new agreement is also being ne-
gotiated for surplus agricultural
commodities to meet Jordan's
needs
The Washington Daily News
said this week that Hi* United
States had "politely but coolly,"
turned aside three bids from
Eoypt in recent weeks for r-
new*i of diplomatic relations.
The paper said the approaches
had been made in Washington
nd Cairo and the Egyptians had
received "the stiffly correct U.S.
response that they would be tak-
en under advisement."
The State Department said that
the United States had terminated
a S30 million annual cash budge-
tary support allocation for Jordan
because the Hussein regime was
receiving adequate aid from the
oil rich Arab countries. The $30
million included funds with which
Jordan paid its army, according to
Robert McCloakey, State Depart-
ment spokesman.
Mr McCloskey said that Jordan
had received an authorization of
SI 12 million a year from the weal-
thy Arab state at last September's
Arab summit meeting in Khar-
toum. It was decided there that the
wealthy Arab countries would aid
those whose economies suffered
from the June war, Mr. McCloskey
taid.
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Friday, January
AJ Congress Convention
Slated For Miami Beach
NEW YORK The" national
Golden Jubilee Convention of the
American Jewish Congress will be
held in Miami Beach next May. it
was announced this week by Rabbi
Arthur J. Lelyveld of Cleveland,
president of the organization. The
national biennial conclave will
open on May 14 at the Doral Coun-
try Club and will continue through
May 19.
Howard M. Mctzenbaum. nation-
al vice president of the Congress,
has been named chairman of the
convention.
The American Jewish Congress
convention will examine and act
on a variety of domestic and inter-
national issues, including the pus
sibility of negotiation between Is-
rael and the Arab states: Negro-
Jewish relations in the U.S.: peace
in Vietnam; threats to church-state
separation; the plight of Soviet
Jewry; and the future of the Amer-
ican Jewish community.
The Jubilee convention will hear
reports on these and other i-'ie-
from prominent figures in public
and Jewish life.
In addition to adopting a pro-
gram to guide the Congress over
lie next two years, the delegates
will elect national officers and
sound the keynote for observing
the organizations fiftieth anniver-
sary.
HOWARD METZCNBAUM
Will Urge Moderate Stand
. NEW DELHI, India. i.ITAi
Marshal Tito of Yougoslavia ar-
rived here for talks with Prime
Minister Indira Ghandi and the
speculation is that the two lead
ers of the so-called unaligned na-
tions Will urge a more moderate
approach by the Arabs in their
dispute with Israel.
Mar-Pav Contest
To Offer Seder
Plate, Bone China
Mar-Parv, the fust kosher.
pane margarine announced plans
to sponsor a nationwide contest
and will offer monthly prizes of
deluxe Spode Seder plates and
S200 sets of Spode china services
for eight.
The Miami Margarine Company,
makers of Mar-Parv. selected the
Seder Service prizes to comple-
i ment the use of Mar-Parv mar-
garine for the observance of Jew-
ish dietary laws.
The dinner service contains 40
pieces of Bone China, edged in
gold around the traditional Staf-
fincst available intended to further
ford shape. The Seder plate is the
enhance the solemn dignity of the
Service itself. The plate is of bone
china, decorated in light blue and
edged in gold and nested in a rich
presentation case
All users of Mar-Parv kosher
parve margarine will he eligible
and may enter everj month by
sending in the margarine illustra-
tion] anj Mar-Pan carton.
Further details >! the Mar-Parv
Sweepstakes will be announced at
a later dale.
Plans for Temple Beth Sholom's annual Public School
Teachers Institute to be held in connection with Natior.a
Brotherhood Week on Feb. 24 were discussed at a recent
meeting at the Temple. Those attending included (seated
from left): Mrs. Paul Rosen, Institute cochairman; Dr. Leon
Kronish, spiritual leader and Mrs. Harry B. Smith, cochau
man. Standing are (from left): John Earle, Northeast Distrir;
Secondary Schools director; Miss Eleanor Fienberq, Dade
County Elementary School duector and Richard O. Roberts
Dade County Northeast District superintendent.
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BOOK REVIEW* ^Jjzyt=ilcdJcl
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-Jl^'JXtl Seymour b. livhman ^K*^:
By ELYA SCHECHTMAN
Journey Through A Haunted Land
By AMOS ELON
E ev, b) Ely a Schechtman
lr, dated from the Yiddish by
,1 -. ph Sincer. Crown Publisher-.
, ;- Hie first Yiddish novel
,hed in the Soviet I'nion in
. five years. This many
| -lory of the tightly knil
, proud Boyar family and
friends takes place on the
he 1!H)5 revolution. It is
. of terrible intensity, po
1 .,,!!> aa well as in the live- ol
ell drawn characters.
. daughter dies in a ponrom.
converts and another i-
, I auainst her will, to the
and influential cits
Veva and her wealthy
nd return to her family
,. for a visit after a separa
leu yean Here she meets
the lust and onl> love of
, ., painter who has great
tragic visiona Faced with
ndeniable loss of his love.
i almost by willing it.
dialogue is richly idiomatic,
h oiis and moving and while
tin -:ory is an absorbing one. it is
more than a tale of a small group
pie I nderlying are the CUT-
ol tremendous change which
.hue when the values of the
children differ from that of their
parents. In one of the painters
is he pictures his father
., e in a boat, with no oars, in
ing storm. It appears that
..it will capsize momentar-
ily but old Itihok is calmly say-
: We believe, we believe with
ir hearts." One wonders il
hi- children could do the same
and. if not. from whence will
derive their -trength in ad
vei iity.
Vthough this is not a long
book, it is written in the feeling
nl the traditional Russian novel.
,v il- many strands of city and
countr) life and varied charac
New York and Wa-hinglon dur-
ing the la-l ten years. His book.
Journey Through a Haunted
Land, The New Germany (Holt.
Rinehart and Winston. S6.50i is
a journalistic account of condi-
tion in the large cities of K.i-t
and We-t Germany Every facet
(if national life is touched and
many are thoroughly researched
and discussed economic condi-
tions, feelings <>t the people aboul
politics, the future. Germany's
world rule, attitudes of the intel-
lectuals concerning the present
leadership, the influence and pol-
icles of newspapers and periodi-
icals, schools and the direction of
education the question of the
new nationalism and attitudes in-
ward- German) immediate pas)
historv. etc.
The author's views seem bal-
anced and a- objective as is pos-
sible There is much reason for
optimism, if the author- obser-
vations are accurate, but there
are serious risk- remaining in
having Germany emerge from
her traditionally war-like, nation
alistic stance.
They have scraped through
once more. They have rebuilt
Pompeii, more beautiful, wealth
ier than ever, on the crater of
their calamitou- history" Has the
lava hardened and the volcano
exhausted its violent energies'
In January. 1963- ,he thirtieth
anniversary of Hitler's "seizure
of power." the journal "Stimme
der Jungen Generation" asked
leading public figures: "Can all
thi- happen again in C.ermany"'
The answer was an almost unani-
mous "No!" However, a few of
those questioned expressed them
selves more carefully and said:
Not quite the same way'"
1%J; Officers
To Be Installed
Former mayor of Jersey City.
John Y Kenny was to serve as
installing officer and Surfside
Mayor Louis II Stallman a-
ma-ter of ceremonies when the
Hudson County Club ol Miami
Peach u>h.T> ii! its leader- on
Thursday. .Ian 25, at (he Algiers
Hotel
The evening w a- slated ol
at 7:30 p.m. and include entertain-
ment and refreshments.
Judge Morn- E. Hanson was to
be seated a- president for 1968 with
Harry Herman, Mathew Slepin
and Harold Heller, vice presidents:
Harry' Perkel. treasurer: Mrs So-
ihia Sternfield. Mrs. Irving SMiith.
Mrs Esther Stern ami Miss Ida
Scott, secretaries
S and L Societv
Names President
Catherine 11. Fahringer, vice
president Of Hade Federal Savings
and Loan Association of Miami,
has been elect-
ed president ol
the Savings
and Loan Pub
lie Relations So-
ciety ol South
Florida
Other officers
v. ho were to he
installed Thurs
da) include sec-
ret ary. Richard
Schulman, Bis-
ca>ne Federal
Savings and Loan A--n.. and trea-
Urer, Kenneth White. Southern
Federal Savings and Loan Assn. of
Pom pa no Beach.
Membership in the society i- lim-
ited to representatives ot savings
and loan associations in D a d e.
Broward and Palm Beach Counties
who handle advertising or public
relations for their respective asso-
ciations.
Finalizing arranojem ite tndet klyn Kosher
r>rers will now b~ k shei
mple Emanu-EI :rre (fi Irv rmai
tual leader; Max Boderman, lid in
agogue: In, ing Somei md Sid
rstein Caterers of FI ri I
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Friday, January
aGoDATh ISRAEL. TWKCariyia Av.
Orthodox. Rahul lunar Ever
---- ----
HAVAT SHALOM CONGBEOA
TION. 985 SW 67th Ave. Ortho lox
Cantor Morns Barr.
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ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW '9th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowiu.
----
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W Lipson.
Friday 5:10 and B:15 p.m Sermon
"What We Are PI IR Personal 'i>m
mitment." Sidney Lefcourt, la} leader,
will pay tribute i" Louie Oncim li.
brew educator al Beth David, who
will also be honored al thi Oneg Shah-
ai reception Saturda) 9a m Sermon
Torah Lesson Bar Mlttvah: Ber-
nard, .-mi of Mr and Mr* Arn d
llHsen Mlncha 5:20 i> m

BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Avenue.
Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon S-hlff
Prl lay $ K p m Saturday 9 n m Ser-
1......Divine li.il.......n> Mim ha
i> m
-.i
Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave.,
MB. Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
Ave.
Max
Si. k
hosi
hit
and
a in
H..
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th
Modern Traditional. Rabbi
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson.
Krldaj 1:15 p.m Sermon: .\
iJeneratlon." Bernard Sedon will
the Oneg Shabbal in honor of
laughter ami son-in-law, Mr
Air- Paul Minti Saturdaj 8:4S
Sermon: "New Plaarues." 5 p.m
to Remove Them."
BETH TORAH. IWth St. and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip
ehitx. Cantor Jaeofc Render
Kriday 8:15 p.m. Pulpit guest. Rabbi
Moves u-iirnian of Congregation
Bnai Moshe, Detroit Bai Mitzvah:
Knuhelle. daughter of l)r and .Mrs
Max A. Llpschitz.
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BETH SOLOMON. 50 NW 51lt PI
Conservative.
Friday 5:30 and 8:15 p.m. Ones Shab-
bat hosted by Mrs. Viita Lippel in
honor of her grandsons marriage and
her son's birthday. Saturdav k a m
Mincha 5:30 p.m,
f.TIJ TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovaky.
B!Hu,MO?HE CONGREGATION,
gftr.yj- D."f' H*y- Conservative.
Jabb. David Roienfeld Cantor Ben
.%mn Kirschenbaum
Kriday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Moeei AI
Humble Man." Saturday 8:45 a.m. Bar I
Mitzvah: Miles, son of Mr ami Mrs
Joel Tanenbaum.
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"Al RAPHAEL. 14U1 INW lH3rd 8t
Conservative. Rabbi Charles M R.
bel. Cantor Jack Lemer.
J-nday 8:15 p.m. TSY home hospi-
tality weekend. Sermon: "The Signi-
ficances of the Sabbath- Saturday
8:80 a.m. Har Mitzvah: Elliot. s ,,f
Mr and Mrs. Sidney Rose
sf ... ur> C c
Coihns Ave. Raboi Sadi Nahi
-
U-! H.l\l
il Mom -
s
SKY LAKE SVNA'.OC-UE 18'5- NE
ls >ve Orthojox Ram Jjr.ih E
Capla-
|i in M
Mi n 11 \ i M
. -
Satui n Sen
i 'i i-i- Mini hn
TEMPLE AOATm YESHURUN Con
ervativr '025 NE I i
r*r,if-< 9.1 Rahhl v Iton Sen "sky.
Cantor Harry Sten no
I '' : A .
lias Mitz< cslli
riauKl Mr mil Mi
- I" in liar Mitz-
i-ah Ri In 11 -on in ml .\|,,
' I I .

TEMPLE BETH AM 5950 N. Kendall
Dr.. s Miami. R-fcm- Rabb Her.
hrt Biumgard Cantor Michael Kvn
Fridnj '
i nd I
i ..,i

TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY
WOOD. 1331 S -Jth Ave Reform
' c-- .....
. I.
\;ill Sldl v ...
> 11 in 111 Julillx
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL. 1545
i*":"" 4"e r-nsrvative Rabbi
David Raab. Canto' Saul H. Br-rh
h ri,i;,> v].-, p sermon
Flourish ng Am.m, nil Jew
.>:, m Sermon Who Take* fan
| "i i ins i nlverse Anyiva; Bai Mitz-
l'h Dannj Walters Mlncha 515
p.m
Tf,MPL5 0R OLOM. Conservative
B7SJ SW -ith t Mian, n,h
Ralph Z. Glixman. Cantor Beniamir,
taen An.
Mltvah: Steven, soi f Mr ri Mrs
David Schneider riordon -......f Mr
and Mrs Ronald Shayne Mlncha 5
T'fERETH ISRAEL (500 N Mian-
r.r'm Crn*frvative Rabi Ralph
Carmi. Cantor Albert Glantz.
Roberl Frazil direetor Souths ml
t'ou i-il ai d South Florida !" lei
f the I'nli tmi 11 He
,' : l>S Topil
in A Fail Futu
Kr
: \ ........ [
SI

LE TICERiTM JACOB 51 f
. ave.. Hia'eah Conserv.it ve
1,1.*. r<>-m Kit'"
11 .- ;
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
The Danger Of Apathy
F 7A\riH* 44 7in*ft'-a Avf
Con*-- t .- O-nr Maswell itr
a*- Cy'^r s*v oou- Hinkes
;.
i i -
- ....

TEMPLE BETH SHALOte n' Holly-
, ne"v *t
Pab '' ^' i svsky Cantor
p.. ., Lutm ii-

rE M PI E B ..... .' 41;: Chat'
ave > k
S.i tunlai '
e
TEV=LC t-ETM 1 14 SVA, 1'
i R> c .. n
1
;
-
PLE B'NAI SHOLOM. 27! \W
Street C -<--,i: ^- p
.1 '-" C.lSSfl

f-M"lE \TR TA-,- D 0-h Si
Tit. m .% itervvay v lei n "^-ja
tional R ....., Lanovtj
' C-w-rd K .r
1
TEMPLc BMANU-EL. 1701 Washing
ton Ave Conservative Rabbi Irv.nu
Lehrmsn c.o*o- 7 a
pi Sfltu rtaj m Si
Portioi i hi Itihl.
Ha; M \ In I ugl li i .| Mr
mid Mrs I. : ,lu lot
Itrega i a.m

TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml
ami 13- MF iotn St Reloi-m Rash.
Jo*.^ph R Narot
Friday v|3 p m Sermon "Whal do
\v Mean When w* -. \, ol 0 d
TfA'PLE ls>RAfcL Or- A1IRAMAR
3500 SW 69th Way. Conservative
Rabbi Irwm Cutler
By RABSI SAMUEL Z. JAFFE
Temple Befh El of Hollywood
lural i ei ling I ir this
i'\ i lus \ I, provides us ith
. asi< insighl into the psy-
._> ui hum.i?: behavior under
W learn i erj graphically
M the debilitating
effect th.it op-
pression and de-
privation have
on the morale
of a people:
i sen itude if
unrelieved, can
lea i n the
-pint of an in-
d lua] or a
i li
own day, the
ntists
: the :: icausl
havi
5 fact
the
Divn ati |
enslaved p Israelites. |
i 'hen G d's promise of
13
Rabbi Ja'le
mption from bon lage ):
e i>
^ L.E 2ION- 8000 Mlllr "a Con
.eevativ. ,, 4l,r.d Wj,.nl,0p
Pnda, v... ,,m Bermon: "A Society
of Appearances." Baturday 9 a m Bar
llultaVa lan> s"" '"' nd Mm
Julius >.. }
! V AMI" JSR~|L ,?"""EATER Ml
RaMb'b, IfffU^OrSS St- nnaa"
V?ii? 'SRAEL OF VI AMI RCAC
Co|A,H.E.?R.E-W CONGREGATION
OF MIAMI. 124? Wa.hinqtor Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Dow Rosencwaig.
FT. LAUDEROALE EMANU-FI 1801
kSSEL"- Lev,,on-CaMC-Jerom'
TP^5oOLOM 13J SW "** Ave
TEMPLE JUDEA. 5500 Granada Blvd.
Rform R.ibbi MorHi Ki-ipe--
Prldni 8:i: p m Serm.....Hemen
ar.- Mlrron
TEMPLE SINAI OfIToRTH OADE
Tempora-y otfi-e. 18801 ,\E 22no
Ave. Reform. CUebi Ralph Kino.le.
rrtday 8:IS p.w. PulpH guest, Rabbi
Y Course in Self-Defense
A new course in self-defense for
boys 8 to 12 was to be?m on Thnr
Jay at the YM-YWHA of Greater
-Miami. 8500 SW 8th St. The class
"ill meet weekly from 4:30 to 5:30
p.m. Dr. Alexander Tudor is direc
tor of health and physical educa-
tion for the Miami YMHA and
maj be contacted for further in-
i rmation
met with apathj ii fference and
open resistance The text declares:
"the) would not listen | i .
their spirits crushed by cruel bond-
age." The words of the would-be
emancipator fall on deaf ear- Not
only was the heart of Pharaoh
hardened, but also that of Israel.
The people were SO inured after
the many centuries of slavery, that
the bre.id of affliction which was
their daily fare became palatable.
The la-h of the taskmaster had
-haltered their morale and the
wells of hope were all dried up.
Hie Israelites became accustomed
to their low station and their en-
vironraent, and the idea of free-
dom was beyond their compre-
hension. In fact, they construed
th promise of emant,,,-m ,
| threat to the status ,-,,., ,
CUrity of "the flesh-p,,. 0l
Our forefathers we,,
Pharaoh by cniel phaii
more so were the) fett
bonds of the spirit Tl
of Israel preferred to
freedom even (npre :
yearned to escape fron
There are numeroi:-
this poicnaol fact in
ciety. There .re man, ,
day who hve in econon
tude. in sub-standard i
who have become so i,
spirit and inured bv tl
tion. that they lack'the
and inner fortitude to
cycle of povert) which ,
them Divested of self-resi
hum ,n dignity, the) ha
accustomed to their lot
loo imposing a challei
t< mpl to improxe their i
They are mired in hopeli
uiid have lost faith in the
All our social legislation
seeks to relieve the plight
in need, who are enscoi
pockets of poverty, by pro.
new economic opportunities
be of little avail unless the
for whom it is intended are
pared to help themselves
What is required of those
have been broken in spirit 1
restoration of their dignitv
self-respect. This calls for borh the
desire and strength of will to 1
something for one's self-improvr
ment. The times demand the com
age to face the challenge of change
with optimism and hope that there
can be a better tomorrow
Freedom economic, social j:
political, cannot be the gift ol ...-
other. It must be created, nurture!
and constantly re-won by or-
i..
thi
LIVING HEBREW
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
25 TEVETH 5:40
FT LAUDERDALE TEMPLE BETH
SRAEL. 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd
7n,bb' iSSSIS '* Cantor Theo
Jore Mmdir.h.
'/iili.y S:l." p.m. s.-rm..ii: i-;, Y..n
l.''ai,spla, ;, R_,0MJ| Hearl?.. 0n
*abb.i ,,,,,. by siM,.,,.......
H7.LtNtLAV,E JEWISH CENTER,
'2 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd
---- ----
HEsBRlW ACADEMY 2400 Pinetree
^Orthodox. R.bbi TSJStZ %
KMinUj a/o,,V,0 Vngran,.
Ho-rnl.7^03'" Te Still Small Voice
Host. Uh Eugene Labovltz, Temple Z Tamid
Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Marymount College- Re\ vn \> Dreslden*
Pastor. I/niouthlont^^SS.3--''-
WHOSE FATHER? (A >isii,
:be kibbut/ nurser>)
Mimi: Who are you, frien I?
VMut aie you doing in
the nursery.'
V T "
(Will vm ;
rtjjsj no ? an ftp* a rr?
%: r: ',,i! |p ; for i c.hhi rn* a;B i'** 'ptno *:* -r-- -
>' ild -i tl it 1 ma "T '' : ".7- '"
i M*i*m ft
: .::
i even one good ,w ?' -' -o *
cmld here We didn't eat our *'' ':."-"'
hreal it ce al Ma
vi..I that v..- are
-
Hank
il in



HLLVW0q0 TEMPLE *iNi
Cantor Yehuda'h
D.hv1d^*4PifoCO,"-erVlt'V -""'
Heilbr-.n
Ltmgl CENTER.
'Onnrvative. Rah
,
'S*EfL.tLCSNTER' 3175 SW 25th
.in <.*3B/. .!,. S!ilunl..\ i
'" Tg? Portion of ih. \\ ... u
Ma7rtHHA,2E-S 8YNAOOQUe JTS7
^o,.R|ohMendern T-W~l CanJo3;
..';:., .."",rr"w.AVr....."r
.Mi',,,.," ,":':" "*
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
\ a'era
Moses and Aaron cxhort Pharaoh ^ ^ ^
*""*** Aaron went in unto Pharaoh" (Exod. 7.10,
*J^^%F** "" -1 n,- unto thee!
Abr,:;^- ^'.S^-s ^t He had firs, appeared 0
"an. with the patriarchs to -ive them,, T* ^ m,de a cve-
Jeanng the unhappy cry of theCildTen i"' f Canaan- Now-
was reminded of his covenant : lsrael ,he mi
Vi i your child?
Whose fathei arc you?
an "V:|"" '" force Pharaoh*s hand h"" n Ul" EyPtians, i
. ,I!(| hail hMd b-d-
Al first Pharaoh conceded in \i
nkf-#treat (he Lo,. ndle thJreh- ^ my "* "re
"" I ndlwillK be^ou8oofthesi
,:i' *henthe plague, stooped Ph,r*0K **9*k
This recounting of the Wuli,, a .
nd based upon "f he Graph" h^'0",'u,h* L,W is ""?<
^Jted by p. Wollman-Tsami? $,5 pi,* {?'* Heri^
volume ,s avai.able at 27 Will .m s, N^V.'rl^^"' and *'
*""' Is ii line that >ou are the
faiher of Miri. the chubby
one?
Visitor: Why do you think that I
am the faiher of Miri?
Rami: Because you are al*, fat
like Miri.
VKi,ar: Bu I am not the father
of Miri. the chubby one.
Vat* Then ieii us what js ^
njnie of your child?
ksk ?-?ty TnriK "p 'jv
T9 :r ksk r.r.nv ]isj
...r
ph Schlang.
V 3^n nr p-ro :n-;.v.T
f|f t| ksk
^CS ?or MAM BW v. :""'.
^KaKK^JK^K :rjn-x,7
7W1 ar no : Vtt0 m :*r
and did not get married ^ 11? ^Tl ^M
**h So vshy are you a bachelor KVi fift iaa wii" .^i
and not married? -i "?P "?? T? : r?
*e a poor man; he has 'W8? ,r'1* *" .MW?
no wife, ,
PiM'iie. -ii. 1 .. .ns,H 1? 7*K
' 3B*faaf Mim^'iastii :w
_ children. ,BV|b\ :>jjk ^
5 ?^He is a father H% ^ ^"^ ^ ^
*OL'R DICTIONARY FOR TODAY______'________
bachelor
nursery ^
lo marry
poor one


ri


jr.dcy. January 26. 1968
-ifH/5f IkrHnr
Paqe 13-A

. .. ;: 1
Report Drop In Kashruth \ iolations
v'umr.ii/
fr
(Communal Priorities


news beins* assumed to be
ews, I have been wander-
h, h past few months
my comeback" as a
pi r columnist. It never
to me. of course, trut
eon ". ndatory tetters
. litor Indicated nob idj
either 1 heard vi rj nice
. from in > sister-in-law, at
eek's l etters to the E I
i- the first real indicatii n
,:-, I i care Dr
Zand, Florida Area Di
ii the American J< wish
tee, somewhat abras
, u :th \ r! al colun -
written recentl} al
Jev sh agencies to
ii flna ....' prioi
h causes.
. do not object to Dr
ol his .i ni s
me of it which ques-
ti
judgement I m
what attracted mi
let's request r >
lumn was the opp rt
xplore with the Jewish
l> some "f the problems
e heen buried far too
th's kind of polemical
Zand's) was surely not
from a sophisticated
il
disturbs me even more is
Gild's inability Ja> recognize
- ppurtableila-l the columns larked These
- not being learned
for a professional journal.
no reason for cluttering
with notes and references
I'i Zand must know that
eroui referrals to statis-
and surveys were not made
\ rue.
..- Philip Klutznick who
recently. "The outpouring
dera! funds in the next 25
I rs will give the Jewish com-
mties .in opportunity to re-
tribute their resources and
I irect their energies into the
| si meaningful religious, cul-
and special educational ac-
for Jews that history has
i\cr known."
And he urged that the major
organizations unite to set
k'i' a long-range survey commit-
tee to establish the 9al* and pri-
orities for the next three decades.
Prof Jacob Neusner. of Dart-
mouth, ansvt 'i i. the question,
W ie problems of the
'30s and '40s' answers: "They
wen : how to fi ghl
-.coiid. how to
con the pi cess i i settling
down .ii \ :.. i iliird. how to
i refu fo homeless
Jews how t.' over-
. I pn -

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ntlj we fact thi so
ay! Wi sp< nd
- i. :'.i ii
- .i
xisis
v, n ons every yi
ns ol
are I I a II
Vmen a
Di Mas Vi in of I os v
. -
- S n j lews an still
tiling yestei ;. y's
. anti -
tional
un-
awar '-- ol ii > in
Judaism a Peo-
ple, a itellei tuals and
i immunity lea
Then is < grave shortage ol
.... because
nisi ators refuse to put up
monej in in t a aVt a, although
they w li |>;iy .dki^> ior <*tiici
Cftgses." ., :JL^*.
Charles S Levy stttM. -JewrtatV
communal services in the L'nited
States have been facet) by a num-
ber ol questions affecting the pre-
mises tor their administration,
their support and even their ex-
istence: should Jewish communal
services rely on public tax sup-
port? Should they serve non-
Jews? Should they be run exclu-
sively by Jews'' Should they
even exist it the kinds of services
they oiler are already available
under governmental or private
iKin sectarian auspices? ."
Publications and dates for the
above, and other "supportable
data' will be gladly turnished
upon request, il anyone can yet
by my secretary at Temple Is-
rael this is, really, only a little
aiter-hours hobby of mine, and
strengthens the charge of paro-
chial mas by Dr. Zanu. ot cou.se!
But I admitted it first in one ol
those articles.
1 would hope, finally, that my
professional colleagues and in-
solved Jewish laymen would not
agree w.th Dr. Zand that 1 have
rendered a "great disservice to
the Jewish community of Miami"
and heed, instead. Philip Klutz-
nick's admonition to study the
need to redirect their energies
and redistribute their resources
lor the decades ahead. _____
Violat.ons of the Miami Beacn
Kosher Food Ordinance have de-
creased during the past year with
less than 10 violations reported in
1SH57. Frank Rrickman. kosher food
inspector, informed The Jewish
Floridian.
Mr, Brickman. who is responsi-
ble for inspecting some 300 kosher
establishments in Miami Beach,
noted that most of the violations
are uncovered during the tourist
season when the kosher food in-
dustry is at its peak.
Circuit Court Judge Harold Ft
Vann recently dismissed a mali-
cious prosecution suit against Mr
New Israeli Coins
Due In February
For the si
imen set of
. i : nmi of Isr u I 1968
coins, sched at I e\ r iar;
somi 1.000 banking offices in s nn
100 cities I iu! thi
Stati an I I a ladi wi -.., r the
nen sets I Josei
Vssista : r
f Isri
Brickman brought by Terry Spon-
der. owner of the Granada Hotel,
who was arrested M>sM by the
kosher food inspector in the past
four years.
The arrest that led to the suit
followed a visit to the Granada
when Mr Brickman found pieces
of meat in the hotel kitchen with
out kosher markings on them.
Subsequently, a Miami Beach
city judge found Mr Sponder in-
nocent of the violation of the ko-
-her food ordinance when the hotel
owner brought testimony to court
hat the me.it had been purchased
from an out of town kosher meat
distributor
Ju Ig v. how decu ng favor >l Mr Brickman
that the inspector did ha
able cause in ordering Mm arrest
of Mr. Sponder,
During the hearit n thi
M bl is lifii A
that Mr II iusti
Fied '
f meal
lal salt f koshei
and meat products in Miami Beach
has been estimated at $18,000,000
In checking on the establishments
claiming to market kosher meat or
meat products. Mr Brickman
makes an average of some 50 to
60 inspections a week
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m
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ni lj -. i ithe
the Lira 25 Agorot. 1"
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Each coin bt ai the dau 5728 in
i. eM and a i portrays ancient
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Tin coins are being minted from
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cli ai > defined iepro luc
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Friday, January 2S
- Jfl
Kigftfighfs In Sports
JESSE SILVER
First Post-War German Team In Maccabial
1
THE WORLD MACCABIAH
Gamea will bo held in Israel
from July 21 !o 30. 1969. and
Jerusalem, lor Ihe first time,
has been selected a< one of the
sites. One day has been set aside
for special ceremonies and
sports, and other events, in the
united capital of Israel.
The announcement was made
at a meeting of the International
.Maccabiah Games Committee
at the Maccabiah Village, Ra-
mat Can. Haskell Cohen. Martin
Cohen and Robert Rosenberg of
the U S Committee Sports for
Israel, and Henrj Nesselroth of
Maccabi, New York, were the
United States representatives It
was the first time the I. M G C
bad met in Israel
The first German team since
1935 will be represented at the
games by a squad lrom West
Germany. It is expected that
1.500 overseas athletes, from
30 nations, will compete in the
all-Jewish sports event. The
date of the games was moved
lrom August to July so as not to
conflict with other international
.-ports meetings.
The program of the games
Will remain about the same as
1969 However, an effort will be
made to place some of the
events In localities outside the
Tel Aviv area where all of the
previous games were contested.
All overseas competitors will
spend two of the 10 days on
tour ol the country.
Pierre Gildesgame. chairman
of the 1. M. G. C, told a press
conference following the meet-
ings: We have always promis-
ed 'thai the next Maccabiah will
be the greatest one" and we
have kept our promise. How
ever, we really want the 8th
Maccabiah to be the most im-
portant one. tin' one which will
bring the largest number of
young Jews from all over the
world to Israel."
"It is our desire that they do
not come to Israel only to par
ticipate in different sports
events and compete for medals:
our primary aim this tun, ,
encourage Jewish youth
hear all that has been
over the last few year- >an seeing is believing."
"The 8th Maccabiah will b*
the most important of all, no-
only because it will be the bit-
gest one. with a number of over
seas participants, but for the
primary reason that it -ni
serve as a link between the
young Jewish generation abroad
and that of our beloved Israel
UN Listening Post:
By SAUL CARSON
Strange Happenings At United Nations
United Nations. N Y
A NOT SO FUNNY thing happened in the World
** Forum. It was at the closing of the 22nd regular
session of the General Assembly, winding up its
work shortly after midnight, exactly three months
after it had opened. Cornelius Manescu. Foreign
Minister of Rumania and president of the Assembly,
made a statement. Here is how his remarks were
noted officially in the summary of the session
issued by the United Nations:
"The President of the Assembly stated that
the agenda item on the situation in the Middle
East was not debated at this session and there-
fore the General Assembly had not disposed of
the item, which was still on the agenda "
One who recalls that the situation in the Middle
East had been formally Inscribed as an issue of
utmost importance and highest priority might ask
how it happened that, in three months of discus
sions, in the plenary sessions of the Assembly itself
as well as in its seven standing committees, no dis-
position had been made of the Middle Fast Issue
It's a good question and there are answers, Rut it
is anything but funny.
In the first place, it is not entirely true that
the issue, as stated by Mr Manescu, had not been
Israel Newsletter By EUAHU SALPETER
Opportunities To Hall Russia Slip By
IS THE U.S. missing a major oppor
tunity to repel Soviet peneration of
the Middle Fast or at least to halt
any further penetration? Many political
observers here believe that, indeed such
a chance was and still is at hand but that
Washington has failed to seize it. pos-
sibly under the influence of its oft
discredited Arab "experts
Hundreds of million dollars worth of Soviet arma-
ments were still smoldering in nuns in the Sinai desert
and tlv Arabs were openly accusing Moscow ol h
let them down because of fear of confrontation with the
I nitcd Slates, when the Washington "experts" returned
to advocacy of their old theories. True, thev said tiny
Israel had again defeated Arabs armed to the teeth and
'rained by the Soviets. But this was in fact not a >
for the Russians, the "experts" said. On the contrarv
defeat by Israel opened the Arab countries even further
to Soviet penetration; Russia was pour,,,, new aims Into
the Arab countries. Arab leaders were flying in and
out of Moscow, and the Soviet Navy, for the first time
appeared in force in the Mediterranean. All this because
Israel had smashed the Arab torces which had openlv
aimed at her annihilation.
The true state of facts was and is of course
quite different. The defeat of the Soviet proteges, armed
with SnU,.; equipment, was a major blow to Moscow's
prestige, not only among the Arab, but among the
neutralist," all over the world. The firm American
stand at the United Nations, which frustrated Soviet
efforts to recapture there for the Arabs what thev had
lost on the battlefield, only intensified the damage to
Moscow's prestige. And there were some direct practical
consequences. Egypt's withdrawal from Yemen enables
the Royalists, supported by pro-American King Fcisal ol
Saudi Arabia to regain the offensive in the proti
civil war
Here was a chance to eliminate Soviet influence :
on* ": 'he strategically most important points ol the
Middle East. Mi scow Arab experts did not rail to realize
this fact; as the Egyptians moved out, the> rushed aid to
the Republicans not only funds, arms and equipment
but also pilots who flew MIG lighter-bombers a a;.,-t
'be Royal -- who were then on the verge ol i
Sana, the capital. This was a desperate Soviet gar, ble to
maintain her previous penetration and it was .-.
heved that the United State- would not lei the l; .
gel away with it. But instead of the warnings evervone
expected. Washington spokesmen made some non-com-
mitant noises. Cheered by this vacillation. Moscow rushed
in more arms and "advisors." The Royalist onslaught was
halted and the Soviet foothold, at leas, for the time be
mg. was preserved.
European Newslottor By Alfred Wolfma
nn
Left And Right In Germany
THE NAZI-SOVIET pact which shocked the world
in 1939 showed that the two opposites on the
political spectrum can join together, despite their
mutual antipathies. When thev did. 29 vears ago
it spelled disaster for the world *
Today, in West Germany, a similar drama is
ak.ng shape that has the portents of disasS AI
though the extreme left and extreme right may not
contemplate a political marriage of eonvenienc
heir alms and methods, their rhetoric and the
menacing undercurrent of violence that permeates
aU of their activities are sufficiently alike t0
ii luriii.
During the year just ended, the radical left stu-
dent groups at the universities and the ,ad cal
right National Democratic Party NPD which bra
SEaTST IK"0" PreCeptS hV both Jaine ,
sength and adherents throughout the Federal Re
public. I his ,s especially disturbing in view o he
nations continuing prosper,,., Unemployment is
virtually non-existent, and the average German
materially better off than ever before. What then
lu? S "y Germans' "oun a"d -Id o ex
tremist causes?
Some say it is ,hc absence of a strong ooDnsi
fon party ,n the Parliament which is dominated by
a democratic coalition. But there mav be a more
basic and more fearful reason hJi.
the German nature. n' ind,us to
Extreme right and extreme left political nan
ments exist in many Western counWs Bu? no'
whose JSUTJird"Pe m^Z S2"
They shout their slogans from 5E SdeSlta C
>""-" leaders. Mayor Sus ScSrofT'T'
be a matter of political conviction But it T'
a reaction to the pro-Israel s,-,, i ls ;ils"
German newspapers wchL?h? If many ,eadin
er Axel Springer cham of ',,,b1^
Roth despise democracy and seek Tj&T^
by opposing individuals onations .haZ* w'1
mgi of the democratic EjUSfp*
I
debated It came up in every de-
bate on every subject conceivable,
in and out of the plenary.
Not only did the Israel-Arab
conflict figure in such obvious contexts as the I,
bate on the Arab refugees or the budget for the
IN peace keeping" lorccs acting as observers ,
the cease-fire lines between Israel and Egypt, Jor
dan and Syria The committee handling legal af
lairs heard about the Middle East, especially whci
it came to a continuation of the years-long and un-
successful efforts to define "aggression." The Socia
Humanitarian and Cultural Committee wa-
saved The issue was ., natural" for the budget and
administrative committee When trusteeship
were discussed in the committee dealing with sucl
matters, the Middle Bait was dragged into -
talks
The Arabs, always supported by the Soviet
alien encouraged by Africians who profess il
friendship to both sides" on the Arab-Israel from
even some ol Israels non-Arab Asian friends
had their saj on Israel, on the Arabs, on the \ .--
refugees, regardless of formal protocol or obs-
vanca of agenda procedure. It was open sea-.
Israel was most frequently the butt of abuse and
diatribe, So, to say that the Middle East situal
was no, debated at this aeadon" is due onlj
strictly technical sense
Overseas Newsletter By Samuel Goldsmith
kvchko Again
]."
TROFIM KYCHKO is a membei
I krainian Academy of Sciei
'he court philosopher of (he anti
all over Russia. Thev are not 0
ol course They are unsung Bl
heralded. The Soviet ConstitUtioi
them. But they exist. And their vim
lent anti-Semitism finds outlets within
jne anti Israel campaign, which is still raging in the
soviet Union. Kychko puts it all in "scholarlv" terms,
so that the relevant paragraphs of the Constitution in
not openly violated.
At one time, some two years ago. Kvchko was ad
monishcd by the official authorities. He had gone a
little too far with a Stmcherlike article about the Toran
and the destiny of the Jewish people. That piece was so
utterly repulsive and so disgustingly sickening that n
made even avowed anti-Semites wince, Kychko had to bo
silenced for a while.
Now it seems he was one of the beneficiaries of the
June war ,n the Middle East. They took him out of moth
bails because they needed him. And here are some geM
rom an article of his in "Komsomolskoye Znamya." the
journal of the Komsomol (the young Communists* in
^ie\. ihis is the stuff on which young Communists are
being reared fifty years after the Revolution.
"There is convincing evidence." says Kvchko. "which
',, '.? ,hl' facl ,ha< 'here exists an unbreakable bond
>.iween Zionism and the reactionary forces of contempt*-
ai> imperialism It is precisely the anti Communism ol
on ",U;rn1atl"nal Zionist Organization of businessmen -
some Ol them specializing in politics and finance. Others
iii,1,", and commerce that has helped Jewish
,y? nationalism to grow stronger and to beco
'' 01 the polices and strategy of contemporary im-
I'tllJIlMIl ...
hank.T' I8 i,"',,lu''' "f Kychkos assertions: "American
oain,,-' 1,-'',,UI u"n 'b-rir Anglo-French and German
n, neh ,' ,'' a" """'dcred Palestine to be a
" pad fl,r ,h1, creation m military, naval and air
eo bases thpj|. sfrugg,e a>{ajnst the forws of pr0.
and how ,h ? ,ells a stor>' about the Rockefellers
and how they tried to seiie the Negev.
oKur,r26unoiuThahi1s,at?n,ifon to ,sraci as ii ,s toda>:
doomed t ^ !nhab,lants of Israel, some 500.000 are
SSt^ttfW! Even more he,p,ess is ,he
-thenVs^SulTrr.*-0 "^ bWn "UUM


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Jewish Floridian
Histadrut To Honor
Frank Sinatra Here
h .:, Florida, Friday, January 26. 1968
-Section B
\CCJ Brotherhood Event
Slated For Feb. 20th
1 rank J. Rooney. long recog
i ,| in Florida as a leader in
I, uc atfairs and the building in-
|(i ,.\r\. has been appointed chair-
liii.in of the 16th Annual Brother-
hood Dinner of the Florida region
I. the National Conference of
Christians and Jews, the Execu-
tive Committee of the Board of
ICovcrnois announced.
The S100 a plate formal dinner
|v:ll be held at the Fontainebleau
motel in Miami Beach on Tuesday,
|Feb 20 and is the principal means
|ol support of the NCCJ for its vast
Ipi .ram of furthering the ideals
MILTON KAHM
TorahVodaath Fete
Set For Feb. 18th
In Miami Beach
The annual banquet of Mesivta
Torah Vodaath will be held Sun
daj evening. Feb. 18 at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel.
Milton Kahn of Miami Beach
has been named chairman of the
event,
Kstablished more than 50 years
ago, the Mesivta Torah Vodaath
llrook'.yn. N.Y., has trained
sands of rabbit who serve In
its throughout the country and
a> educators and Jewish leaders
The Mesivta network ol schools
ides branches in Flatbush and
Williamsborg sections of New York
1 \ as well ,.s a aduate -ehool
ii ing Valley. NY.
I'he school recent!) completed
Iruction on a S4 000.000 cam-
in the Flatbush section ol
iklyn. The new facilities ta-
li study balls, classrooms and
mitory buildings as well as ad
nnnistrative headquarters
and practice of brotherhood.
The highlight of the dinner each
Mar is the presentation of Silver
Medallions ol Brotherhood Awards
to three outstanding Floridians of
the Catholic. Jewish and Protes-
tant faiths.
Recipients of these awards last
year were Sidney D. Ansin. Joseph
M. Fitzgerald and the late Mayor
Robert King High
Mr. Rooney. president of Frank
J. Rooney Construction Co., one of
South Florida's largest contractors,
succeeds Dan B Ruskin and Harry
Hood Bassett. the previous genera!
dinner chairmen.
Frank Rooney has been active
In the National Conference of
Christians and Jews for many
years, has served on the Commit-
tee of 21. the Boy Scouts of Amer-
ica, the Executive Advisory Com-
mittee of the Florida Atlantic Uni-
versity, the Citizens Board of the
University of Miami and the Board
of Regents of Marymount College
Beth Tov Honors
.'50 New Families
Some 30 new member families
will be honored during the Oneg
Shabbat services Friday evening
at Temple Beth Tov.
New names on the temple roster
include Mr. and Mrs. William Avi-
rom, Mr and Mrs Mickey Antin,
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Becker. Mr.
and Mrs Frederick Belsky. Mr
and M*. Albeit Bohemian. Mr. and
Mrs. Paul Daktor. Mr. and Mrs.
Angelo Diveroli, Mr and Mrs. Leo
Drutz, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Klias.
Phillip Bisenherg, Mr. and Mrs
Louis Farkas, Mr. and Mrs Ed-
ward C.rosskopf. Mr and Mrs Mor-
ris Greenberg, Mrs. Gertrude Gur-
land, Mr and Mrs Janus Hamill.
Jr.
FRANK J. ROONIY
The NCCJ Brotherhood Dinner
is always held during Brotherhood
Week, this year Feb. 18-25. The
Fortieth Anniversary of the found-
ing of NCCJ is also being cele-
brated at this time.
The National Conference of
Christians and Jews is a national
civic organization, with 65 local
field offices, engaged in pro.noting
better understanding between peo
pie of all races, religions and cul-
tures.
Miami Beach will be the site of
the third annual Mid Winter Con-
ference of the America Histadrut
Development Foundation, William
Sylk of Philadelphia, national
chairman, announced this week.
The two-day session is slated for
the Fontainebleau Hotel Feb. 23
and 24. with a banquet honoring
Frank Sinatra the night of Feb. 24
climaxing the conference.
Mr. Sinatra will be feted on the
occasion ol the dedication ot the
international youth center in Is-
rael which bears the name of the
popular actor and singer.
At last year's Mid-Winter Con-
ference. Mr. Sinatra announced
his own gift of $100,000 to the
center, and he has participated in
several Histadrut meetings in New
York. St. Louis and other commu-
nities for many years. Mr. Sylk
noted.
A national committee, headed by
Dr. Leon Kronish. Jacob Rifkin.
Lou Poller and Jack S. Popick, is
being organized to play host to
hundreds ol delegates from the
United States and Canada who will
take part in the salute to Mr. Sina-
tra and planning sessions of the
Histadrut Foundation.
The Foundation, through vari-
ous program- of annuities, wi
and bequests, and other legs
forms, supports the long-range i
cation, welfare and cultural proj-
ects supported by Histadrut In
Israel.
On Monday evening. Dr. Leon
Kronish, national vice president
of the Israel Histadrut Campaign
and of the American Histadrut
Development Foundation, will
report on the visit to the United
States and Canada of Israel's
Prime Minister Levi Eshkol at a
reception at the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
Israel Stolarsky. associate na
tional director of Histadrut, will be
honored at the meeting, which
serves as the annual Histadrut cel-
ebration for members of Farband.
Poale Zion and other units of the
Labor Zionist Organization in
South Florida Mr. Stolarsky will
be the principal speaker at the re-
ception, which Dr. Kronish will
chair.
Abraham Rovinsky. chairman
oi the board, and Moe Levin, presi-
dent of the sponsoring Israel Hista-
drut Committee of Greater Miami
stressed .that there will be no fund
' ra'sing at Monday's meeting.
Also Benjamin Jeffries. Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Kaufman, Mr.and Mrs.
Martin Kuppersmith, Mr and Mrs.
Irving Lubin, Mr. and Mrs. Ira
Lichter, Mr and Mrs Mackiin
Maizel, Harry Nathanson, Miss
Ruth Rosenthal. Mr. and Mrs Har-
old Rosenfeld, Mr. and Mrs Louis
Reinner, Mr. and Mrs Harry Rash
kin, Mrs Shirlej Sydell, Mr. and
Mis Sidney StiglitS, Mr and Mrs
Harold Tokajer, Mr and Mrs. Her-
man Weiss. Mr. and Mrs. Philip
H'iniik.
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Rabbi David Shapiro, spir-
itual leader of Terao'e Sinai,
Hollywood, was invited to de-
liver the invocation before th?
House of Representatives of
the United States on Jan. 24.
Dr. Nesher Tit
Address Temple
Lecture Series
Dr. Aryeh Nesher. coordinator
for the Sherut La'am, Peace Corps
lor Israel, will lecture at Temple
Menorah's -Israel Then and
Now" lecture series Mondaj eve-
Ding, Feb. 12 In the Temples So-
cial Hall at 8:30 p.m.
He will discuss the immigration
needs ol Israel and analyze the
potential of immigrants to Israel
irom the United states and Can-
ada as well BS from South Amen
can countries.
Dr. Nesher. who immigrated to
Israel In 1949, was the leader ol
the displaced persons when he
served as chairman of the Central
Committee of Jews in Germany
and Austria immediately following
World War II. He played a leading
role in helping Israel to absorb
hundreds of thousands of immi-
grants who streamed into the state
when Israel was born. As director
ol Sherut La'am, Dr. Nesher mam
tains a constant flow of American
youth who volunteer a years serv-
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Young Israel Of Greater Miami Plans
Tenth Anniversary Celebration Feb i 1
The Youns Israel of Greater Mi
mi will mark its lOih anniversary
at a banquet Sunday evening. Feb
11th at the Fontaincbleau Hotel.
.1 was announced this week b>
Emanuel I'ngar. president of the
North Miami Beach congregation.
The event will also mark the
installation of Rabbi Maftall Por-
ush. spiritual leader of the congre-
gation, who assumed that pulpit
last year
The congregation, one of two
synagogues in the Greater Miami
area affiliated with the Nationa
Council of Young Israel, was found-
id by a small group of North Mi-
ami Beach families and has g
to a cum ibership of more
han 100 families with a reli
I -i '' in an 150 chil-
dren.
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ader was I
her, who served until isl j
now :-......ng attori > on
Miami R<- <
Four years ago, '.he i
ion consl I a new -
ng an ai i Ijoining rel
b .d struct-..
Among the past presidents wl N -
RA3SI \MTAll PCP.VSH
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Dr. Robert Gordis, Drofessor
of Bible al the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of America,
will deliver the third gu?st
lecture in the Temple Emanu-
Ei Forum at S pun. Tuesday
at the Temple. His topic will
be "Can Jews Survive and
Should They?"
Beth Da\ id Offers
3-Leeture Series

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by Dr Robert .
f Temple Bel
Rockawaj Park. X.Y
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the Familj in th< Jewis
lion."
The second lectare l
or. Feb 13. will b
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On Feb. 20. the t

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Hebrew Sehool
The Florida State Welfare Board
his licensed the Aaudath Israe'
Hebrew Institute School "to pro-
vide group day care to children
2 to 6 years of age."
Dr. Isaac Hirsh Ever, spiritual
leader of the Institute is director
oi the Hebrew Day Nursery and
Kindergarten school. Pull day-
hours are from 8:30 to 5 pm half
clays from 3 to 5.30 p.m A non-
profit group, the school does not
charge tuition or require rrember-
shipn-om parents of the students.
Goodwill Mark*
Founder* Day
Goodwill Industries or
-- Day on Jai
date of Edgar J Helm.- -.-.,
who started the non-profit or,
zatun devoted to rehabilitating
; hancicapped persons
Goodwill offers eraplovme.- job
training and rehabilitation to all
: types of physically and mentall)
handicapped persons.
The Goodwill services are sup.
ported primarily by donatio
repairable clothing and household
| articles cleaned. repaired and
! renovated by disabled persons _
then sold at low prices ir Good*;-
outlet stores to provide jobs and
income for the workers
The local Goodwill, since its in
"!dn 4.000 handicapped mer arH
-ymen ,n fun and paTt C; ,ot
At present, there are vv, u ,
capped workers 7n tie plant n,n''
retail stores office* .in,,?*"
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president )l M n Sti rens Drj
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ithical Conduct And Decision To Be
liscussed By Temple Israel Speakers
Che question of ethical conduct
., modern context will be the
i-me cil the^rjgyal Maurice (ins
..,:: Institute for the C"lrl'L'\ Mori
j;iv ;it Temple Israel of Greater
(ami. I'aul L. Lehmann and
lil (). .lohann. S.J., will be the
., .-.nits at the morning Mid
lltcrnoon sessions.
Both Dr. Lehmann and Dr. Jo-
lann will also be suest lecturers
I the Greenfield Adult Institute
Sunday morninn in a discussion on
pllott To Make an Ethical Deci
lion "
Dr Lehmann has been Auburn
Professor of Systematic Theology
It Union Theological Seminary
Ince 1963, having taught previ-
\u-\\ at Harvard Divinity School.
Pr:nieton Theological Seminary
ind Kden Theological Seminary
served pastorates in the Evan
Irlical and Reformed Church, and
as been an active member of the
tinted Presbyterian Church,
l.S \ since 1946.
His latest book is Ethics In A
hristian Context."
I ifessor of Philosophy and of
H .in Ethics at Fordham I'm
lersity. Fr Johann is prominent
i the young Catholic theo
lie is a fellow and mem-
ber ol the executive committee of
the Conference on Science. Philos-
ophy and Religion, and his column
in the Jesuit weekly, America,
"The Philosopher's Notebook," ap-
pears regularly. He has taughl ;it
Yale and Marquette, and last year
was lecturer in Christian Ethics at
Union Theological Seminary. Two
ol his books arc "The Pragmatic
Meaning of God." and The Mean-
ing of Love."
Nazi Executioners
Go On Trial In
Latvian Court
LONDON (JTA) The trial of
five war criminals accused of en-
gineering and participating in the
mass murder of virtually the en-
tire Jewish population in the Lat-
vian town of Daugapils during
World War 11. has opened in the
High Court of the Soviet Latvian
Republic in Riga, according to re-
ports reaching here this week.
The five are Karl Neiberg. Erich
1-asenberg. Arnold Min^a. Vincent
Flocins and Nicholas Sawickis
all Latvians who are accused of
having served as torturers and ex
ecutioners for the Nazis during the
German occupation of the Baltic
states.
All had been living under false
identities since the war and were
apprehended only recently, the re-
port stated. They planned the exe-
cutions not only of Jews but of
anti-Nazi partisans and others In
the town and killed a number of
persons with their own hands.
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Five Terrorists Get
Life Imprisonment
For Bomb Attempt
TEL AVIV (JTA) A military-
tribunal this week imposed life
imprisonment on five of seven El
Fatah members found guilty of
placing a bomb, last October, in
the Zion. a Jerusalem movie house.
The terrorist quintet also was
found guilty of blowing up a Unit-
ed Nations antenna on the Gov-
ernment House in Jerusalem
The sixth defendant was sen
fenced to 15 years imprisonment
and the seventh to eight years im-
prisonment alter the court decided
they aided the El Fatah members
but did not belong to the organiza-
tion.
Among the five members was an
African girl. Fatma Nafassawi,
who had carried the bomb into the
. movie house. The court said it
! exercised mercy in her case by
not imposing capital punishment,
; because the charge against her
I was the gravest that of placing
a bomb in a public place and
i knowing the deadly results it could
' cause. Following sentencing, the
1 girl and another Fatah member
appeared unmoved and uninterest-
ed. Other defendants seemed be-
wildered and two started crying.
This week the second trial of
| two others facing the same charg-
es got underway before the same
', tribunal. The trial of Dr. Nur. head
' of the group, has been scheduled
for next week.
Taking part in the dedication ceremonies
of the new Interfaith Chapel at Miami Inter-
national Airport this week were dignitaries
representing the three faiths sponsoring the?
facility. Shown (from left) are: Alan Stewart,
director of the Dade County Port Authority;
Albert I. Beer, president of Beth David Con-
gregation and treasurer of the chapel; Dr.
Irving Lehrman, spiritual leader of Temple
Emanu-El and president of the Rabbinical
Association of Greater Miami; Msgr. James
F. Enright of the Diocese of Miami; Rabbi
Solomon Schiff, spiritual lecder of Congre-
gation Beth El and executive vice presidant
of fV>~ Rabbinical Association; Rev. Albert
R. Schmidt and Rev. Robert F. Brush.

Flags To New Citizens
The South Florida Council of
B'nai B'rith Lodges distributed
American Lags to 148 newly in-
ducted citizens under the direction
of Irving Matlin of Coral Cables
Lodge last Friday at the Main Post
Office in Miami. Manny Sussman
made the presentation
Last month, the lodges distrib-
. uted Hags to 300 new citizens.
K KOSHER PARVE
SUNDAY, Jan. 28. has been des
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j sparking the drive as she has tor
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The function,
a Benefactors
t e a for the
Women's Divi-
sion of the CJA-
IKK. will be
held on Feb. 5
in the Crystal
House at 2 p.m.
Hostess for the
affair is Mrs.
Julius Rosen
berg of Miami
Beach
recently returned
er fifth visit to Israel as a
r of the Twelfth Women's
i Mission to Europe and
In June. 1967. she visited
within a fM days of the
. re. with other UJA leaders
, k a first-hand account
situation.
Sm h studied ? first-hand
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the many problems of immi-
grant absorption in Israel, as
wtll as the growth an-H develop-
m.nt of lirjel as a haven for
Jews.
She mel with high government
iffu als. including President Zal-
man Shazar and Prime Minister
Levi Eshki an I w iiii Louis A.
i'incus, 11 if the Jewish
Agency
Mr: Rosenberg said the tea is
open to all tl ise who in the past
have contributed sl.000 or mow
to the local Combined Jewish Ap-
peal. Also being invited are those
women who are prospective Bene-
factors of the Women's Division.
"We have set a goal of $100,000
to be raised by the Benefactors.''
Mrs. Rosenberg stated. "This goal
of $100,000 is just a fractional
amount of the over-all goal of
Sl.991.200 which was set for the
local Combined Jewish Appeal Be-
cause of the unique emergency
that now exists in Israel, we will
also raise money for the Israel
Emergency Fund at this social
affair "
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Mizrachi Women Plan Sunday Forum
For Annual All-Florida Conference Here
The annual all-Florida confer
ence of the Mizrachi Women's Or-
ganization of America will open
with an open forum Sunday eve-
ning at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Sponsored by the eight local
chapters, the Bessie Gotsfeld Sun-
day foium will feature historian
Seymour B. I.iebman. whose topic
will be "Jews of Latin America:
Today and Tomorrow." and an an-
alysis of "Israel Now" by Mrs. Eli
Resnlkoff, past president of Miz-
rachi Women.
Also on the program will be an
Israeli film. "The Western Wall."
The session will conclude with a
reception and refreshments
The conference will continue
Monday morning with a 9 a.m.
workshop followed by a gala lunch-
' eon Reservations to the luncheon
may be made through local chap-
ters or at the Mizrachi Women's
office.
'Urbanization? On
JFCS Program
"UrbanizationThreat to Fami-
|j Life" will be the topic discuss
by Mi-s Juanita Greene, stal
member of The Miami Herald, at
the seventh annual member.-'
luncheon (*; the Women's Commit'
tee Of Jewish Family and Chi:
dren's Service.
The affair is slated for Wednes-
day noon, at the Westview Country-
Club. Reservations may be made
at the JFCS office.
Mrs. Eugene R. Katz. chairmar.
ol the Women's Committee, will
welcome the 80 new members ex-
pected at the function.
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L< i dersky, Sister
Mrs Murraj
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Judges Named for All-Day
Fine Arts festival at YMHA
Three Miami.ns from the t-id '
of Fine Arts, have been named as
indue.- for the Fine Arts Festival
.f the YMHA to be held Sunday at
the Y
John Aspinell. supervisor of
Fine Art- tor the Dade County
Hoard of Public Instruction; Marc
.vnch, professor of Fine Arts at
Barry College and Iris Cutler, lo-
artist, wil! judge the entries on
|ispla> at the s : laj exhibit run-
ning from H .i m to 5 p m
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ANOTHER NEW ONE
There are io ne sets ol grandparents :uul
a new great-grandmother in Miami. For the
great-grandmother, .Mrs. Lillian Bernstein, this 1*
her fifth great-grandchild. The latest baby is
Layna, daughter 01 Judi and Barry Shein. Her
two sisters. Sari and I.on. arc delighted with their
new doll The grandparents are .Molly and Mam
ice Shein and Samuel and Dodo Falick.
DECORATIONS JUST PLAIN FLOWERS
Oh. but the dinner at Westview Countiy Club
was lar Irom plain. It was their Seafarers Dinner
and many folks tame right Irom the Super Bowl
game, it was a line night lor entertaining and
there were several large parties. Seen with Col.
ami .Mrs Jacob M Arvey was Sargent Shriver
The Laurence Porters, Leonard W'cins and the
1);. Carl Baumanns were at one table while their
little ones were at another with a big birthday
cake. Also seen were Col. and Mrs. Dudley Broi
die. Mr. and Mrs. Hairy Barnett. Mrs. Sally
Kione, Mr. and Mis. Samuel Donncr. Mr and
M s. Ernes) Janis, Mr. and Mrs. George Seyburn,
Mr. Nathan Ringier and Mr. and Mrs. Many
Corman.
SHE LIKED TO LOOK AROUND
Carlyn (Mrs. Jesse) Rose looked around ;it
he friends whom she had invited lor brunch in
il) Ville de Este Room of the Sea Coast East
Al (I she liked what .-lie saw : Pots of varicolored
thistles decorated the U-shaped table. But the
guests weren't at all thistle-ly. They al! were
agreeable and later had an interesting afternoon
ol cards, one verj hot canasta game included
M Joseph Lang and her sister. Mrs Jack
Compter of Rydal. Pa., (who with her husband
is visiting the Langs) and Mrs. Walter Mayer and
M Aaron Farr. Carlyn's sister-in-law, Mrs. Jack
Hoffberberger who is visiting, almostbut not
quite remembered everyone's name. Other
guests included Mrs. Donald Rubin. Mrs. Alfred
Steinberg, Mrs. Bob Vincent, Mrs A. J, Rieger.
Mrs. William Schwab, Mrs Irving Kananack,
Mrs. Philip Rosenfeld, Mrs. Hyman Charny. Mrs.
\ Preston, Mrs Benjamin Tanner. Mrs Louis
Mrs Marius Ranson, Mrs Irving Cracoya-
ner. Mrs. William Summers and Miss Eunice
Hoflberger Mrs. Samuel Barliant and her mother
Mrs. Nathan Turner were a little late The traffic
Irom Coral Cable- was a little too much
HOW'D YOU LIKE TO WISH ON A STAR?
The guests at Philip and Elaine Bloom's party
for Cocktails and Company" were not wishing
on the .-tar-, they were dancing under them. The
patio is huge and was gaily lighted. The music
was terrificit was made by that one-man-band
people are talkinu about Everyone did what they
were supposed to dodance and eat and talk,
talk. talk. There were certainly some talkers
there. Howard Trim's wife Shirley and Robert
Shapiro's wife Brenda are very good at talking
Other guests included Mr and Mr- Adolph Berg-
er, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Sponder, Mr and Mrs.
Philip Paul. Mr, and Mrs, Mike Smith, Mr. ami
Mrs. Stanley Friedman. Dr. and Mrs. Larr>
Brant, Judge and Mrs Arthur Winton and Mr
and Mrs. Thomas Reach. Then then' was Com
missioner and Mrs Harold Greene, Mr and Mrs
I.any Markman. Dr. and Mrs. Edward Goldstein,
Rep and Mrs. Marshall Harris and Mr and Mr-
Julius Bernstein. Elaine and Barbara Saks were
discussing the furnishing ol their husbands' new
offices on Flagler street. Bert Saks and Philip
Bloom have new law offices together Others 1
were Mr. and Mrs Matlicu Etlinger, and Ml 1
Ml Stanley Cohen
BACK AGAIN
All ol Bob and Meryle Loring's friends
glad to -ee them back again in Miami Beach to
live. Their children. Marsha and Laine, ar<
renewing old acquaintances, The Lorings had
-pent two year- in St Petersburg When Meryle
loll Miami -he was in the midsl ol ..II kind- ol
communit) activities. Now she i- busy cm North
Bay Road and hasn't gotten into the swing ol
things yet. Guess that she will have to be genl
urged.
Frances Lehman
Hebrew Teachers To Hear Educator Friday Morning
Dr. Alvin Schiff, director of the
Religious Education Department
Vcshiva University, will address
t i<- Hebrew teachers Ol Greater
..ami Friday at 10 a.111 in the
ffices of the Bureau of Jewish
.- lucation. His subject will be
"Teaching Israel in the Light of
1 e S n-Daj War."
Dr. Schiff's lectiirc
will intro-
duce the annual seminar -eric- tor
Hebrew Teachers under the direc-
tion 01 Dr. Nathaniel S010II. con-
sultant for the Bureau.
Dr. Schiff was head consultant
lor ten years for the Jewish Edu
cation Committee ol New York
City. He was lormerh adjunct pro
lessor of education at Yeshiva Uni-
versity and director of Teacher In-
ternship ai the Teacher- Institute
0! Yeshiva University
He 1- consultant lor the National
Bible Contest and coordinator foi
the New York lie-ion ||,- js ,-,.,,
tesentative to the New York Sim,.
Department ol Education in mat
lers pertaining to Jewish Educa
tion. He received his Ph D. from
"he Graduate School ol Yeshiva I
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lanuary 26, 1963
Miami Beach Chapter Of Hadassah
Plans Education Forum; Groups Meet
Over 5 '" kf%U3 fk/r/idtt&n
Paq'.
Beach Chapter of Hadassah are ex
i>*-c-t-ti in attend the education for
J,m at the Algiers Hotel Monday
,, ii :) am., according to Mrs.
Barnetl Beckerman. vice president
f education and chairman of the
day.
Following the singing of the an-
thems bv Mrs. Bernard I-achs with
Bibor Stern at the piano and
(he invocation by Mrs Henry B.
Wernick, chapter president, brunch
will be served.
Subject for discussion will be
Peace m the Near East. Dream
r Possibility?" Participants will
Rabbi S T. Swirsky. associate
fessor of history at Miami-Dade
College, who will discuss
lorical Background of Arab-
jevl Contacts." and Rev. Luther
moderator of the Man to
I \ program, who will speak
JHA Auxiliary In
Birthday Party And
Meeting Programs
Greater Miami Women's
j Jewish Home for the
will sponsor the next month-
il laj party at Douglas Gar-
lit: 151 NK 52nd St., on Sundaj
., l +5 p m.
Anna Stem, life member.
is) Hie affair in honor of the
approaching marriage of her
Ison, Eric J. Weiss of Mor-
cantown, W. \'a.
Mrs Lawrence Silverman. auxil
larv president, will give the mes-
sage of welcome Residents whose
birthday occurs in January will be
honored.
Mrs Lonia Makovsky, program
i hairman. will introduce Syd Skol-
*ky, star of radio, TV and supper
clubs, in her "One Woman Show."
The next monthly meeting of
he auxiliary will take place Tues
la) noon in the Algiers Hotel.
Arthur Kalish. assistant execu
live director of the Home, will
-how colored slides of the resi-
dents' daily life.
Mr Ben Orlow, membership
.hairman. will cite women who
lave brought in five or more mem
hers
Program will feature Miss Mur-
iel Ram, singer of popular and
folk songs, who will accompany
herself at the piano.
pects for Peace." A question and
answer period will follow.
The Heril Group u ill hold a
founders day celebration on Sun-
day at the Americana Hotel with
a dinner and show Mrs Jean Wein-
berg is president.
The Stephen S. Wise Group will
have an eye bank luncheon party
Monday noon at Waldman's Hotel.
Mrs. Abraham Magid is president
and Mrs. Ceil Rochwarg, chairman
of the dav.
The Henrietta Siold Group will
have a calendar yearbook party
Wednesday noon at the Algiers Ho-
tel. Mrs. Sol Green berg is presl
dent.
The Kad;mah Group will hold I
luncheon and card part) lor 11a-
dassah Medical Organization on
Monday at the Summit House.
9700 i: Ba) Harbor Dr Cards and
games will be the program for the
afternoon Mrs. Meyer Schneider
is president.

The Morton Towers Group will
hold it.- annual eye bank brunch
Wednesday. 11:30 a.m. at the Al
giers Hotel (aids and prizes will
follow. Mrs Bmanuel Mentz is
president of the group, and chair-
men for the day are Mrs. Lee Edel-
man and Mrs Bass Schelberg
Temple Weekend Festivities For Congregation Members
Temple Beth Am has scheduled conduct an -pen question ai
a weekend ol festivities to honor swer period on Judaism.
congregation members.
Frida) evening, too new mem
hers and 100 charter members will
be Cited during the services, and
Saturday evening. w i'li n ernbt
ship chairman Dr. Daniel 1 ram i
in charge, the lemple will sponsor
a square dance festival coi plei
Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard will with refreshments and prizes
Jackie Mason In
New Musical At
Beach Roosevelt
Jackie Mason will star in a new
musical revue "Dr. O'llara! It's
Yo\ir Mother. Mrs. Horowitz. Call-
opening .Ian. 30 at the ROOM
>i It Theatre. Godfrey Rd and 41st
St The musical will play at least
lour weeks at the Roosevelt prior'
to opening on Broadway.
In addition to Jackie Mason, the
cast will include Phil Leads, Ber-
nie West. Henrietta .lacobson,
Sylvie Straus. I.uba Lisa. Mac Rob-
b ns, Steve C.aynor. Mari Gorman
and Stanley Dean. It will be di- I
rected by Steven Vinaver with sets
by Robin Wagner and music di-
rected by Sid Engel. Bob Booker
and George Foster conceived and
wrote Dr. O'llara: It's Your
Mother. Mrs. Horowitz. Calling!"
lly Binhorn and Jackie Bright are
the producers.
"Dr O'llara! It's Your Mother.
Mrs. Horowitz. Calling!" will be on
i nine performance schedule at
the Roosevelt Theatre, with eve-
ning performances at 8:30 p.m.
nightly, and matinees on Satur-
days and Sundays.
Pioneer Women
Chapter Programs
The Beba Idelson Chapter of
Pioneer Women will hold its next
regular meeting on Feb. 14 at the
Washington Federal. 1133 Nor
mandy Dr. Mrs. Mich! Gibson, pre-
ident. will preside. Guest speaker
will be Mrs. MP.ton Green, presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Council
of Pioneer Women.
*
The GoWa Meir Chapter had a
program dedicated to Tu B'Shevat
at the meeting Wednesday. Mrs.
Mary Kleinman. Jewish National
Fund chairman, was in charge ol
the program. Mrs. Frances Packar
was guesl artist.
The Eilat Chapter was to meet
Thursday evening at Miami Reach
Federal. 786 Washington Avc.
with Mrs. Julius Rubinstein, presi'
dent, in charge Mrs. Barbara
Greenberg, who recently returned
from Israel, will give a talk on her
trip, and Mrs. Leah Naparst will
give a reading on Yiddish litera-
ture.
Fred Puivis, sales manaqer
ol the Gree'v Line, was hon-
ored as "Steamship Man of
the Year" by the travel and
transportation division of the
Federation of Jewish Philan-
thropies ol New York. The
Greek Line is the only major
steamship company provid-
inq scheduled passenqer
service between the United
States and Israel this year.
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Fridav, Januaiv 26 j

?cqe 8-B
The Leon Levy*
To Live In X.Y.C.
Adrian Pollack
ISoiv Mrs. Bums
Adrian Gita Pollack and Fredric
Ervan Burns were married Sunday
t\enmg, Jan. 21st. in the Y.M.H.A.
For her wedding, the bride se-
lected a gown of silk crepe, fash-
ioned with a boat neckline. Sequins
and pearls decorated the Camelot
sleeves and empire waistline. A
bouffant illusion veil was held by
i, crown with matching sequins
and pearls. Continuing a family
Tradition, the br.de was married
with her maternal grandmother's
ring, carried her paternal grand-
father's 100-year-old Bi'jle adorned
by green orchids and stephanotis.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nat
Pollack. 86C0 SW 20th St., the
bride graduated from Southwest
Senior High ard Miami-Dade Jun-
ior College. She is in her junior
year at the University of Miami.
The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs
Harry Burns. 11 SW 19th Rd.. grad-
uated from the University of Mi-
Anybody
can
photograph
your
wedding
Ten
years
I from
I now
you *ll
MRS. fRlDKlC BURNS
ami School of Law, and will short-
ly be associated with a law firm.
The bride was attended by her
sister, Rita Pollack, maul ol honor
Bridesmaids were Charleen Burns,
the groom's sister, Selma Schick-
man"and Ellen l.evenson.
The groom had as his best man
his brother. Harry Burns Ushers
were Leon Pollack, the I'
brother. Joe Pellar and Eugene
Plutsky.
After a honeymoon in Jamaica,
the newlyweds will live in Miami.
Fredrica Bleieh,
Ray Applebaum
To Wed In Fall
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice L. Bleich
ot Columbus. O.. have announced
the engagement and future mar-
riage of their daughter, Fredrica
Lee. to Hay C. Applebaum, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron S. Applebaum.
5901 San Vicente.
Olivia Kaplan.
Jeffrey Hallet
Repeal Vans
honeymoon in Puerto Rico fol
lowed S .....Iding and recepuon
or the former Olivia Kaplan and
MvyM Halle, held a- the Jon
tainebleau Hotel on Sunda>. Jan
21st. Rabbi Sol Landau and Can oi
William Lipson oiliciated a' '"<
evening ceremon>
Parents ol the coup'.e are Mr
and MrS David M Kaplan, 4.15
orduna Dr.. and Mr. and Mrs Her-
man Hallet. Roslyn Heights, Li.
NY New Mr and Mrs Hallet will
live in dual Gables
For the nuptials, the brid -
lected a Kooi length gown ol purr
silk candlelighl satin with jeweled
neckline and point-on hand -1
appliqued with Alencon lace and
pearls The molded b
and Aline skirl were a'.so trimmed
with appliques and the detachable
uain softly draped in the bacK
.Mended aisle wide A mati
lace headpiece held the I
imported mantilla and she ca
.. cascade ol lily-of-the-va:ie> and
orchids.
Honor attendants 'Acre Dianne
Gi sberg and S isan Z u ki rman
smaids \*er<- .Lou- Schwartz.
i aurie Hallet. the groom's sisti i
and Chen Schlissel, with Pi
Ginsberg ami Robin Ginsberg sen
: -: I 1
Monroe Kaplan, brother of the
bride, was besl man. with Marshall
Kaplan, Jeffrey Kerman. Robert
Spielman. Larry Unger and R -
sell Lowenfeld serving ..- gi i
men.
The bride attended I
! the L'ni-
Miami She is a mem
ber ol T iu Alpha Omesa. social
rity, and National Honoi So
. Her bridegroom is present!)
i : ,. the I niv< rsitj ol
Miami.
lhe"bridc .1 I..... LeV>:".L A4.
-
.'v was performed by Rabbi
ferr
-
leremonj
11. t ''
The l -' J?i
David Rienner. ?730
sh( ed from
Southwe* M Hig" and the
.nive,-.,> Pennsylvania
Mrs I : Newiih
, Wilbra-
ham Academy, Wilbraham. Mass..
was a me.nbei of
in Pi social fraternity,
,. 1S presently attending graduate
Sew York ( ity
Susan Gail R ~:'! "' lh
.,,,,. maid of honor
cha 5 Gold las I i si man.
m$. lion uvr
After a wedding trip
the coupla wi'.l live it
City.
to Ja
Set
' rk
^>
r
The bride-elect attends the Uni-
versity of Pennsylvania and is a
member oi Delta Phi Epsilon So-
rority.
Her fiance is enrolled at the
. University of Miami and belongs
to Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity.
The couple plans a September
wedding in Columbus.
Beach UN to Seat Slate
Mrs. Toby Emanuel. newly elect-
ed president of the Miami Beach
Chapter of the United Nations As-
sociation, will be installed, along
| with officers and board members,
at a banquet to be held Saturday
evening. Feb. 24. at the Seville
Hotel. Judge Harold Spaet will
induct the new slate and Irvin
Schindler. new state president, will
be honored.
Kt-i k,-r
AIRS, ISAAC WACHSMRGIR
Saminer Nuptials
lor Alivia Kaser,
Robert Lipson
Mr an I Mrs B< n i' Kazer, Mi-
imi, -' ment of
their N ". '"
\ an Lips i and
:,;i- Bi:. Li| ... Miami Beach.
Miss K.,/. r is ai radu-
itc ol I oral Gables Seni r High
and .- .i senii r at S phie New-
comb College, N< w Orleans, 1-a
She attended the University of
Reading, Reading, England, dur-
ing her junior year
Mr Lipson graduated, with hon-
Drs, from Miami Beach Senior
High and attended Tulane Univer-
sity, lh i~ presently a student at
Tulane University Medical School.
An A IgUSt wedding is planned.
The Isaac Wachsfiergers
Or. Trip to Puerto Rico
on their return f; 9 .. -
trip to Puerto R;co. the :
Sharyn Udell and Isaac
Wachshorger will Hv<
Miami.
The newlyweds > .
.it thi' Diploma' Cou I '
Sunday. Jan. 21.
The bride is the.....
and Mrs. Elmer 1 dell 11
179th st She atti Miarr.
JuniOl College and I .. l'ni
of Miami.
Her bridegroom gi luati
Forest Hills High and a!
Queens College. He IS
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Waeh
of Forest Hills. 1.1 NY.
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MRS. Jtfmt HAUET
Home Cites New Members
The Women's Division of the
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p.m. The program will honor new
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Jcmucrrv 26 1968
* Jenisf n&hMkwi
Paqe 9-f
i
if ranees J-^ehman
We
the
Women
CLAM

when I called Clare (Mrs Philip) llayden she asked,
you see me"" "No. Why?" "Well," she answered. "I've
come from the beauty .-hop and I'm tall gorgeous and
inde."
She isn'l really, she's petite,
with brown hair, snapp'ng brown
eyes with a glow of warmth and
frii ndli) ess thai surrounds her like
an aura I'.nt as a child she loved
to identify herself with the latest
movie star she had seen or the last
heroine .-he had been reading about
or the most fascinating news
figure. It was a delightful game to
play and she still does every once
in a whiU
She was born and brought up in
Chicago She has one sister with
whom she now is very close. But
in the process of growing up she
thought her sister was her mother's
friend A- a youngster she liked to
ad That she did without any trouble, everything she could
her hands on. But she also liked to talk That she in
ti d on everyone within hearing distance.
Sweet as pie on the outside her thoughts were churning
tl inside She. to herself thought that adults weren't as
as they thought they were and when she grew up she
are ot it. She decided that one of the things that she
ted to do was to expose to the whole world exactly what
e whole world was doing wrong Then she went to work
., law ofiiee and found that i: was being done legally She
.. (I having taken a business course and would Staj late
ng up what she didn't know.
She met Phil, a very nict' 'Perfect in her estimation).
man. They had a normal court-hip Ho took her to
atre, always sot tickets in the front row a-id she
m.nd that her neck hurt Now when they go to the
atre her nechxioesn't even get a chance to hurt.
So th< i got married. Care did organization work. ADL
B ith am ng others The Haydens have tv i
S sai t'ho i- doing psychiatric ease work in New York and
Gail, who at three advised her mother to u-e child psy-
ilogy instead of the spanking method Gail is now pro-
ram planner for the Service Bureau of IBM in New York.
Clare thought that it was the thing to do to go for dinner
even when the girls were still babies. Alter tliey were
own up and all four would sit down to dinner that Clare
i cooked she would say. "Isn't this the best dinner you
have ever eaten"" Dead silence! That was the kind of cook
-he was and is and isn't the least bit bothered about it.
So they came to Miami Beach. She worked in VTA.
NCJW ianyway she paid dues* and Iladdassah She had a
ig job with Mt. Sinai Women's Auxiliary. In charge of
. lunteers. one dav she realized that if these women had
. ar jobs thev couldn't take off whenever they felt like
Most volunteers don't but there are a few exceptions.
set her thinking that maybe she would lUte a job. She
nt to an employment agency and registered Tnen she left
house earlv every day and went to the cabana to hide
r the day so that no one could find her. But she got caught
ne day and was asked to go to be interviewed lor two jobs.
One was across the causeway and she was afraid to cross.
other one she applied for and has been glad ever since.
Presently Clare is Vice President and manager of the
Washington Federal Savings and Loan. Normandy Branch.
How does it feel to be a bank vice president" Great says
Clare. She said that long before the government came out
with equal opportunities for women. Washington Federal
id put it into practice.
When she went to work at the bank they did not treat
her as a frustrated housewife. The regarded her as a per-
In her own right, not just someone for whom "the quick
r >wn fox jumped over the fence." Their standards are high
ie\ apply equally to women as weD as men Part of
' '-'res job is public relations. That's marvelous when you
like people and can get along with them so well. Uare
ds it exhilarating and exciting to meet the many different
of people that she comes in contact with in her position
1'" ir problems all fall into the same categories but their
i .in different which makes each person and pro-
a challenge.
After long day coping with both mundane affairs and
exciting ones. Clare likes to sit at home with her husband
read or listen to music or go to the theatre or be with
!j and friends. Phil likes to fish but Clare has an un-
ited record of never having gone with him once. She
' has an unblemished record for making each day a little
brighter for those around her and making them believe that
this old world of ours is a pretty pleasant place to be and
it's good to be alive.
\\ ii.. r Kaltl
MISS SARA POSTUNEK
Sara Past el nek.
Future Tearlier.
Is Affianced
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Postelnek
. if 1500 Bay Dr have announced '
the engagement of their daughter
Sara to Murk S. Kanov. son of
Mr. and Mrs. 'lheodore Kanov.
1991 NE 185th Ter.
The future bride will graduate
in December from the University
it Florida and will then enter the
Broward County School System as
a teacher Her sorority is Delta
i Phi F.psilon .
The bridegroom-to-be is a grad-
uate of the University of Florida
and is now an advertising execu-
tive with the Atlanta Journal Con-
stitution.
Shirley Ann Fox
And Jay Dash
To Wed In Jane
Mr. and Mis Sol Fox of Miami
Beach announce the engagement
and forthcoming marriage of their
daughter. Sh i ley Ann. to Jay Dash
Oi New York City.
Mr. Dash is the son of Mrs
David Rosenthal of Philadelphia
and Phillip Dash of Miami Beach.
Miss Fox will graduate from the
University of Miami School of Ed-
ucation in June. Her fiance, whose
father is president of David and
Dash Fabrics, received his Bache-
lor of Science degree in manage-
ment from Pennsylvania State Uni-
versity. He is presently Regional
Director of David and Dash in
New York City.
An engagement reception in
honor of the betrothed couple will
be held Feb. 17 at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel.
A June wedding is planned.
Werner Knhi
MISS SHIRLtr FOX
B'NAI B'RIiH Social Singles it
holding a dance on Saturday night
at the Casablanca Hotel. Ticket-
may be purchased at the door anfi
include a night club show anr:
dancing to a live band.
INC.
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Teff Son's Wedding Plans
Judge and Mrs Harry Arthur
Grcenberg announce that their son.
Murray Austin, was recently en-
, | to Phyllis Kirschner, daugh-
ter of Mr and Mrs Benjamin
K rschner of Penn Valley, Pa.
Murray, who had his Bar Mitzvah
and confirmation at Temple Beth
Sholom, is due to complete the
i aw School al the University of
Pennsylvania this coming May
The prospective bride graduated
from University of Pennsylvania
in May of 1966 She served as pres-
ident of her class and is presently
employed by the University.
The young couple will be mar
ned at liar Zion Temple in Phila-
delphia on May 16 with Dr l.eon
Kronish officiating, and plan to
, live in Dade County.

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vJewistfkridliJir
Friday. January 26
Champagne Reception To Fellow
ZOA Theatre Benefit Musical
\ -Mecl the Cast*' champagne
reception will follow the opening
night oi the pre-Bfoadway snowing
,1 -Dr. O'Hara. It's Your Mother.
Mrs. Horowitz.Calling!" sponsored
by the Zionist Organization of
America Tuesday. 8:30 p.m. at the
Roosevelt Theatre.
The musical comedy stars
Jackie Mason and an all Broadway
cast.
The entire proceeds of the open
ing night have been earmarked
for the Israel youth work of the
Featured performers in Sholem Aleichem's
"Tevya and His Daughters," which will be
presented at Temple Judea in Coral Gables
Saturday night by the Temple Emanu-El
P'ayers pause for the camera during dress
rehearsal. Kneeing, (from left) are: Miriam
Weinkle, Rita Burns, Davidn Levy, Barbara
Bessey. Hope Pomerance and Arlene Har-
ris. Standing (from left) are: Dr. Seymour
Kreisler, O. J. Rosenstrauch. Dons
Cohen. Shirley Blum, Roslyu Richelson, Ann
Reiff and Allen Yudakofskv. Tickets may
be secured at the Temple Judea office for
the 8 p.m. Saturday performance.
Judea To Present 'Tevya's Daughters' Saturday Evening
Rabbi Morris A, Kipper, spir formance ol "Tevya His
itual leader of Temple Judea, wil! Daughters" bj the Temple Emanu-
discuss -The World ol Sholem '' Players
Aleichem" in an introductory talk Joseph Krefetz, president
before the presentation at the Temple Judea. said that a large
Temple Saturday evening ol a per- number of members of Temple
Reports On Middle East, Book Review,
On Programs For AJCongress Women
"Israel's United Nations of
Youth." a report on the Louise
Waterman Wise Youth Hostel in
Jerusalem, will be the subject dis-
cussed by Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan,
president, Florida Women's Divi-
sion, American Jewish Congress,
who has just returned from a trip
to Israel, at a meeting of the North
Dade Point East Chapter. Florida
Women's Division, AJCong. which
was to be held at the Point East
Clubhouse Thursday at 1 p.m.
Mrs. Harry Blutman, chairman,
Ramah Camp Director Here
For Parent Interviews
Donald Adelman. director of
Camp Ramah and National Camp
ISY. Glen Spey. NY., wil) be in
Miami Tuesday and Wednesday to
discuss the camps.
He will schedule meetings with
parents and children at Temple
Emanu-El, Temple Mcnorah. Beth
Torah. Beth David and Temple Si-
nai of Hollywood.
Further information can be had
from Rabbi Allen Rutchik. direc-
tor. Southeast Region United Syna-
gogue of America. Coral Gables.
Commission on World Affairs, will
give a report on development! in
the Middle East.
In celebration of National Jew-
ish Book Month. Mrs. Abraham
Huffman will review the current
best seller "TheChosen" byChaim
Potok, at an open meeting of the
Coral Gables Miami Chapter,
Women's Division. American Jew-
ish Congress, which was to be held
Thursday noon in the Park Lane
Cafeteria.
A message was to be given on
the 1968 Combined Jewish Appeal
by Mrs. Irving Wexler, cochair-
man. Speaker's Bureau. Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
"Viet NamWhat Are the Re-
ligious and Moral Problems?" will
be the topic discussed by Rabbi
Jonah E. Caplan. spiritual leader
of Sky Lake Congregation, and
vice president of South Florida
Council. American Jewish Con-
-res.-., at an open meeting of the
North Dade F.leanor Roosevelt
Chapter, AJCong.. Monday. 8:15
p.m. in the Washington Federal.
609 NE 167th St.
Si
! u-El are i xpi cted
the performance which, he said,
mark- cultural and financial co
operation between the two coi <
ins instituted by Milton Gold
berg and Mrs, George Baum.
chairmen of the cultural series ol
remple Judea
The cast will feature .Inn
my I Rosenstrauch in the featured
part with starring roles to be play-
ed by Miriam Weinkle. Rita Burns.
Barbara Bessey, Davida Levy, Ar-
lene Harris. Allen Yudakofsky, Dr.
Seymour Kreisler, Hope Pomer-
ance. Roslyn Richelson. Ann Reiff.
Doris Cohen and Shirlev Blum
K hifta the (aciiitits of \k
Uoen
Jfutuked
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The Only Kosher Caterers
not connected with
Restaurant or Delicatessen.
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Young
I
Adults
readers
A candlelight ceremony was to
be featured when new officers ol
the Y.MIIA Young Sophisticates
Chili are installed Thursdaj eve
ning
Slate for the club, which is com-
posed ol single adult-. IK to 28, in-
cludes Cookie Janoi, president;
Marli ne Goncharoff, Shelly Wi ss,
vice presidents; Barbara Bern-
stein, Iris Feldman, sei i
Cindj Robinson, Mare Bei
treasu
Da :. and refreshinei Is
tn follow the induction ceremony
Wednesday luncheon Set
Mr and Mrs Samuel Dorman
are sponsoring the noon luncheon
for the Dora Stem Sisterhood "i
the Israelite Center Mrs Chester
Leiter is chairman of the affair to
be held in temple social hall, and
Mrs Sol Kocnigsberu i- Sisterhood
president.
ZOA Tickets iorthepiip.il.
opening night performance
Bale at the Roosevelt Theat
office and at the office
Zionist Organization of Ai
2200 Park Ave.. Miami
Mail orders should be sen-
ZOA office.
Chairman of the ZOA
party committee in charge
rangementa for the bene
formance is Abraham i
president of the Miami B
onist District. Assisting Mi
hut are Miami Beach Zioni
en M. William Smith. Will
serstein, Cantor Saul Brei
ney Raymond. Ben Gillci
Pinegold, Bernard Kai/
Henry A. Schorr. Max i
Greta Shubow, Anne Gold,
Simon Max Fierman. S.r
port. Stanley Harp. Ilyin.r
per. Louis Ehrlich, Harrj
Lou Shapiro, Pincus Neidofl
llirshaut and i i
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Beach.
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FINER SITTINGS
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10,000 Marchers Needed
Sen. Robert I. Shevin. chairman
ol the Dade County Appeal for the
Leukemia Society of America, has
launched an appeal for volunteers
lor the 1068 Dade County Appeal.
Goal is 10.000 volunteer marchers
and SC8.000 for '68.
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I.OICIIOX and I
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from hor c1'oe..vr :o complett toif*M
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l Friday. January 26. 1 ! Ithilt s K-*ool*utg
Some tin
I
scarcity days i
1949, when Ihe s pia
the marKel stalls We I
used the eggpla subs lute for i
other "meicholim Here
line 1'ilaf indicating its use in oui own
CASSEROLE EGGPLANT
2 tablespoons margarine
1 tablespoon vegetable oil
1 medium green pepper
(chopped)
1 medium onion (chopped)
2 c-nps canned I 'mat i
1 tables]
: and
Melt the margarine over medium heat, add oil, heat a little,
add onion and green peppei and try until soft but not brown Add
tomatoes, paste and seasonings to taste and simmer 30 minutes
Add eggplant, mix well, cover and bake 20 minutes or until
tender.
RICE PILAF
1 cup rice
2 cups boiling water
*i teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons margarine
4 chopped stallions or one
small onion (minced)
Fry rice a lew minutes in 2 tablespoons of margarine with
scallions or onion, add rest of ingredients, put in a covered cas-
serole in a 350 degree oven and bake 45 minutes or until all the
water has evaporated.
NOODLES WITH POPPYSEEDS
Mi lb. broad noodles toasted almonds
2Mi tablespoons poppy seeds 4 tablespoons melted butter
Vi lb. blanched chopped and 1 teaspoon lemon juice
Boil noonles in salted water as directed on package until
tender. Drain and rinse. Blend poppy seeds and nuts with melted
butter and mix lightly with hot noodles.
There is a heartwarming treat in store for your familyhot
nourishing barley and bean soup followed by broiled chicken; both
simple to prepare and highly rewarding.
BARLEY AND BEAN SOUP
2 lbs. plate flank or any-
other soup meat
Bones
3'^ quarts water
1 large onion
3 cloves (whole)
1 bay leaf
Small clove ol gat
2 teaspoon.- salt
2 cups dried lima
3 8 cup pearl barley
2 tablespoons parsley.
chopped
1 lb. can salmon
2 tablespoons gelatin : .
'' cup cold water i4
1 cup boiling water
' i cup cider vinegar
1 teaspoon Wore. : _
Sauce i.,
2 te^fo n- grated onion
teaspoon salt
cup ketchup
cup heavy cream eel
sour) whipped
cup mayonnaise
cup celery, sli
cup sliced stuffed olives
(optional)
S-lfr-n gelatin in linolve in boiling tei
vuiecir. Worcestershire sauce, onion .. | ketchup,
ChiU until slightly thickened Blend in whipped cream and may!
onnais, with rotary beater. Fold in i Po*
into large mold Chill unfi] [irn ,,n,
LINZER TART
:-i cup flour
. [lb plus l ti Otttl :
i ips fresh
' lb. haz< <..
ground fine
I I
l lal
I
i
i i ted lemon
era .
hT" """,'' J and un
the sides to the top, crimp tcp'ed liyXZ
raspberry preserves jelly, roll rest Ol lough between two
sheets of wax paper and cut into wide strips about ^,,nch wid
ZtCu "ki^*! PreSerVeS lr'm" eo> 'trips with taV
! SfL ^Va,,'Cl" 'P and ed8es With whi f egg. Bake in pre-
heated 325 degree oven about 45 minutes. Partly cool cake before
removing rim from pan. e ueIore
Soak the beans overnight in Water to cover. Drain. Cook
meat and bones in the water for one hour. Add rest ol ingrediet
except the parsley, sticking cloves in the onion; let soup come to
a boil. Partly cover pot. reducing heat so that soup simmers and
cook about two hours longer or until meal is tender and beans
and barley soft. Add parsley 10 minutes before sorvii rves 10
BROILED CHICKEN
Select broilers weighing -,:.. to 3 pom s. Split
sides with melted hit or margarine Pla .. pan, skin
side down; broil about 4 inches from source ol It i
minutes Turn broilers and baste with act imulated ju
every lo minutes for about an hour or unti ..] evenly
browned. Season with salt and pepper and replace pan in i
turning nil the heat, until time to serve Gan ;h with rsley.
Here is a recipe (or a luncheon lish made with canned
salmon that can taste like .. most
fussy to prepare but well worth the efforl \. | arl
simple lo prepare.
CANNED SALMON FISH MOLD
3
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xee I lence
. Flor-
ida Sc i ence
A reception in h s hoi .
held at home. Amoi -
be Bernard'.- Ipai llts Ml
and Mrs. Isaac Brill-
Steven Schneider
On Saturday morning, Jan 27th.
Steven Paul, son of Mr. and Mrs.
David Schneider. 2041 SW 82nd
1"... will become Bar Mitzvah at
Temple Or Olom.
Steven is a seventh grade stu-
dent at West Miami Junior High
where he serves as president of his
class. A member o: the A.A.I the
celebrant won many medals for
swimming. He plays basketball and
football at the Y.M.H.A. lie also
volunteered as a solicitor for the
United Bund.
Many out-of-town relatives and
guests are expected to attend the
Bar Mitzvah. including Steven's pa
ternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Schneider of New York Also
present will be Mrs. Fay Stiller,
maternal grandmother ol Miami
There will be a Kiddush alter
Saturday morning services. Mr.
and Mrs. Schneider will host the
ore- Shabbal following Fridaj
night services A reception honor
the celebrant will be held Sat
urdaj night at the Dupont Plaza
SteVM Schneider
Gordon Shayne
Saturday morning, Jan. 27. C
".>'i. son of Mr. and Mrs R
Shayne, 1700 SW 99th Ct..
""" g*L VitzvaJ^: T
I
Oordrn is a
' Ro( kv v :

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ide'phia. Pa
lack ( en i Miami
The! B W 11
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K
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the celebranl Sati
1 e Dupont Plaza Hoi ]
Adrea Trope
\ .: Fae, laughter of Dr and
\. i will become
Satu n 27. al
; a I
A ... ..- in the eighth grade at
\.. i.ii- Junior High Sen tol is j
Ii adei an I the
. Body. She is
dent, a member if the S
ice Club and graduated Hebrew
School iast yea:
The celebrant will be honored at
,i Kiddush in Sirkin Had loliowing
the -.-i ice
Mr and Mis Harry Linver and
Mr. and Mrs Albert Trope, grand-
parents ol Adrea, will attend the
Miles T.inerb i. -
Miles, gon of Mr. and -
Taiu-nbaum. will be
vah on Saturday. Jan 27
m -he Congregation.
An Oneg Shabbal Frida\
ning and a Kiddush on Sat
will follow the services
Miles is a student of tl
Moshe Religious School ai
tends the eighth grade a; N
Miami Junior High School where
he p'.ays the trumpet in the
band.
A reception at Miles' home Si
urday evening will be attet- I
grandparents Mr. and Mr- M i -
ice Tanenbaum and Mrs !
Mazze.
Barry Seidner
son oi S
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27 :' I
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im< in hoi
Barry Denenberg
Barry, son oi Mr. and Mrs. Ber
nard Denenberg. 1130 Mai
!" wi become a Bar Mitzvah al
I ile Menorah Saturday i i -
ii .. Jan 27.
Barry is a student of the relig
ious school and an honor studenl
al Nautilus Junior High. He plays
the trombone in the school band.
A Kiddush will follow servic -
and a lamily dinner will be held
i" honor the celebrant at the ('aril
Ion Hotel Saturday ever.
Out-,., town guests include ma-
l Mrs
-.;
I nothei
- Denenberg, Omaha
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"riday. January 26. 1968
* Jew is* Kurt/Mam
Paqe 13-B
-.wcrdees honored by the Jewish National
"und for their efforts at last year's JNF Taq
ay are'shown at a recent luncheon. Stand-
: hem left) are Mesdames Mollie Skell,
[annah Tinn, Malke Shklair, Gussie Hev-
nan and Fannie Werner; Joseoh Cchen.
president of Greater Miami )NF; Mesdams
Tillie Kirson. Lee Edelman. Rita Scherr and
Sarah Rubel. Seated are Dora Goldman,
left, and Mrs. JacoD D. U.ivis. Not sn;wn
ere Che rloite Fisher and lvLs. Rose Marcus,
champion Taq Day collector
Beauty Pageant Dates Announced
The Miss*U.S.A Pageant will be
held in Miami Beach May 10 20
with the winner selected and an-
nounced on national television Sat
urday night. May 18.
The Miss Universe Pageant will
be held July 7 14 with the winner
selected and announced on na-
tional television Saturday night.
July 13.
The telecast lor both pageants
will originate from the Miami
Beach Auditorium in 90 minute
color telecasts carried on the en
lire CBS network.
In March, the Miss Hospitality
Contest will be held. The girl se-
lected, as well as winning a va
riet) "f prizes, will be the official
hostess to the area for both the
Miss U.S.A. and Miss Universe
Pageants
QAtutd OpettM
WEDNESDAY, IAN. 31st, 7:30 P.M. V
-.
Esther Group of Hada eyeba
..:' I 1
: Ai I Isra
Mesd im< s Max Smith Is
'... Fenster
......::. I the day
i Harry Horwitz Sta ling fi i
Shirley "
." Klein) srg.
Workmen's Circle Groups Start Februa-y Programs
Peretz Workmen's Circle
| ultural Group will hear
Kaplan speak on "Jew- in
Vmerica" at the bi-monthly
slated for Friday, Feb 2.
m, :n the Washington Fed-
1234 Washington Ave Mr.
wa; editor Of "Jewish Life"
a -paper in Havana, (j'uba. and
orary consul from Israel to
Mrs Mary Daniels is secre
r tin group.
Workmen's Circle Choral
will have its annual concert
nquet on Sunday, Feb. 4. at
.it the Lyceum, 25 Washing
l The chorus of mixed
- conducted by Ben Yomen.
ol Yiddish and Hebrew
! be presented. Keserva-
i Iw made with Mrs
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Page 14-B
* ItninlFkrMfan
Friday. January 26. -S3
Deaths In
Greater Miami
LEVINE
Murray, S2, i>f HI til Miller ltd dl. .1
Jan 23, H< ill mc In M laini 2>i ) eat -
mill via* 'in .!in.-i "u ... i hiiiI
founder "i Sumsou Concrete In-
dustries, Hi u*as a life in. mbi r id
id.- Zionist in. Coral tables l....lt. ..i It'lial
ll'rlth, Ti hi ion. Hi.- .Mi
Hibiscus l....l>;.' ..i .Main Slum. hiiiI
Metropolitan Hridu< Club Hi v,.i-
:, veteran ..f World War II 11 is
mii\ Ived L> Ins wife, K ] n. Ihi
s.-.,s. ,l:n-k. .Imii.nil.in and .It I'll.> .
.. daughter, Felicia; ,i brother, Sam;
.-mil two sisters, Mrs Eslell* l-'.i k in .1
Mrs Prances, lenders. All are of
Miami. Services were h.-ld Jan _'i
at the Gordon Funeral Chapel
Rabbi Raab to Review Book
The nexl monthly rrn
the Lincoln Mil Chapter.
ie for Israel, is
ed for Wednes lay, 12 30 p m
the 101 l incoln R I Club, Mrs
Jay Dermer. program chairman,
v ill introduce Rabbi David Raab
ol Temple Beth Raphael, who will
,, v.jew "Hope U Mj House" by
Devorah Wigoder, Mrs Esther Ty-
son will give a reading on psy-
chology.
HABLOW
I'harleK, 74, of 2RSO S Miami Ave..
died Jan. SO. He .am.- here SO years
ago from Baltimore and wan a furni-
ture sal. sman. He wan a pant presl-
.1. ill ..f llt-lli Kndesh i'..mrr. caii..n
.mil ..f ils Men's Club. He H'BI R
veteran ..f World War l and .....
longed to the l-'la. Furniture Travel-
em Assn. II. is survived by Ins wife
Ruth: two ilaughtem, .Mrs. Jo-Anne
II Eutnn, Mrs Katherlne II Kramer
of Miami: Iwo sisters. Rose Hablow
..I I'.al Harbour and .Mrs Cynthia
.Marks ,.f N. u Vork Pity: five urand-
i-hlldren. Servleen were held Jan.
22 at lii.rd.ni Funeral Home with
Interment in Ml Sinai tVnieter)
KARLIN
Vbbotl A "8 of 1018." Collins A\
died Jan. 21. II. .am. here 2" yean
ago from New Vork and was one
of the former ownem of the Vundcr-
blll Hotel, and ..w.i.-r and operator
..f Miami's Karlin Drug Slore. He
was a member of Temple Emaiiu-EI,
Miami Consistory Malii Temple,
Qolden I.....K>- KAAM. II.P.O K and
Miami Beach Lodge, and the Klo-
ri.la State Real Estate Hoard Sur-
vivors Include Ids wife Merrlam; ..
nephew, Henry X Karlin. and three
nieces, Mrs. Mar.-.lla I akin. Mm
Margarelte Puller and Mrs. Mnrgn-
rete Kraus. s. rvli en were held Jan
22 at Kiv.-rsid.- Normandy Dr.
Chapel wlili graveside service In
\. V.
BERMAN
PAUL KWITNEY, Miami Beach
attorney and civic worker, will be
guest speaker at the next meeting
ol the Miami Beach Zionist Lunch-
eon Club on Wednesday at the
Ititz Plaza Hotel.
Waii's Restaurant
[Votes Year 1666
Wan's Mandarin House Restau-
rant, located at 1 SW 8th St.. well-
known lor its authentic Mandarin
Chinese dishes, will observe the
4666 Chinese New Year which falls
On Jan. '.W with a special dinner
party on Monday and Tuesday.
The celebration was a sellout
last year, so early reservations for
the dinner which will feature ex-
otic Chinese dishes, is suggested
Card and Games Party Set
Menorah Chapter. B'nai B'rhh
Women, has a card and games
party on tap for Tuesday, 1p.m.. al
Washington Federal. 1234 Wash
ington Ave. Mrs Bertha Waskofl is
chapter president.
A CHORAL GROUP has been
formed at Beth Kodesh Synai;oi;ue
which meets Wednesday evening
at 8. It will be under the direction
ol .lack Sklow.
ly-o l>. ;::. of ;: NE 174th si .li.-.l
Jan. in. A founder, treasurer and
charter member ..r sk> take
Synagogue, In- retired to .Miami 12
yearn ngo and was a mi mber of
Shrine S5or Temple, R.P.o.E. Masonic
Ixxlge PA AM, and Hi.- Itotarj Club
Survivors Include his wife |:.<*; six
brothers, Myron, flerahon and Fred,
.ill of Miami. Meii of Illinois. Ray-
mond of Minn.-sola, and Sydney <-i
California; three slaters and five
k-ran.I.hildr. 0 Services win- held
Jan is at Riverside -V. M. I! Chapel
AOLER. Samuel, 71, of I......'ollliin
\\. Riverside Chapel.
KASSKI.. I.oins. Ts, ,,f "S9 Wash
nglon Ave. Klvemlde Chanel
MALLON. I........I ?:' of !>,. WeKl
Vve Kiv.-rsid.- Chapel.
STECLITZ. .Mis Catherine, 74. of
1KIS NK 137th Ter. Itlv-emlde
i-ln.....I
TROTZKY. l. l. r A ::., of s),.|
Byron Ave. Riverside Chnpel
BERGMAN, Joseph, of 1 .-. May lid
Klvemlde Chapel. Interment Mt.
Xol.n
BRONSPIEGEEL. Abraham, 114, of
I4s| NE Miami Hard, us I >r. River-
side Chapel,
CRANES. Paul, 82, ..f Gl Meridian
Ave. Itlasl.. re Chapel.
GREENBERG, Mis I'.-lia. 73, of 131
NK Sand si Riverside Chapel.
LAZAROWITZ. .Mrs. Jennie, M, ..f
4)20 1.1th St. Riverside Chapel.
LEFKOWITZ, .Mrs. li.-ssis. 7:'. ..f
117!'.'. Harding Ave. Kiv.-rsid.- l'lia|..-l.
MOULTON. K.-va. 61, of 3170 \V.
Plagler St. Riverside Chapel.
Internn-iit Mi. N.-I.o.
STEIN. Nathan. ;'. of 1771 Cleveland
IM. Rlasberg Chapel,
Interment Mt. Nebo.
TOTOROFF, Samuel, 7:1. of Infl l.in-
coln ltd. Itlv. rsi.li- ChapeL
BECKER. Al..- 11 71. of 1615 Miami
Avi-. ItlverKlde i-liai..-i
GILMAN, Benjamin, s", of 606 i.....an
l)r X,Avnia.i I'liapel.
KUSHNER. Mrs. Itertha, 64, of |73
Waahlngton Ave Kiv.-rsid, Chaiiel
KIRSKY. Robert, 4:.. of IS80 I4ih Ter
Kiv.-rsid.- Chapel.
SINGER. Mrs Patricia l.u. IS, of
11.7" NK 163th St lleyer Chaiiel,
SULTAN. Mrs. Betty. 57, of sv
Prairie Ave. Riverside Chanel. In-
ti-rineiii .Mt. N.-li...
WEISBROT. Mrs. Tllli.-. 78, of 1318
Dr. \,.| Ave. Kiv.-rsid.- I'liapi-I.
GLATT. Oscar, :'.', of U67 NK 162nd
St Riverside Chapel.
(1OLDBBR0 Michael, :. ,,r is.;i n\v
Mh Ave, Rlasberg Chapel.
GREENBERG. Mis s.lia. 7^. of 151
NK 32nd Si Riverside Chanel
KAHN. Mrs Millie, s-, f :,:.-,,i ,:.\.
IIns Ave. Blasberg Chapel.
SPIEGLEH, Mrs l..na. 7s. of 1023
Collins Am- Blasberg Chapel.
UOKO. Sam. :.s. of 143 \K lumli St
Riverside Chap. I
WEINBERG. .Morris, s;:. of .;.:]
Carlyle Avi Riverside Chapel
Interment Mi Who.
YAVORSKY, Morris. 78, ..l 11.....Icenil
Dr. Riverside Chapel,
yaglom, Mrs Miriam, '". ..f '.'..;.
s\v 7lst Cl. Riverside Chnpel
BECK. Harry, Ml, ..f .,44 Lenox .\V1.
Interment Ml X. I.o.
Ni-wni.-m Chapel,
BRESLER. Bernard M 63, of :" Is-
land Ave. Riverside Chapel
GOLDEN. Jnsenh. of .."I Meridian
Interment Mt. X, l.o
Ave, Blasberg Chapel
GOTTLIEB. Jack, 62, of 6600 SW 41m
st Hivi rslde Chanel,
GREENSTEIN, Sidney, ..f I7;,-|
XW IL'tli Ave Riverside Chapel
GUERRIERI. Michael A 7',. nf 2898
Collins Ave. Riverside Chanel
JACOB. Mrs Molly. 7H. .-f 1.1-:; Col-
llns Ave. Itlv, rslde Chapel
KIEFER. Charles P., 81. of 3728 svv
103th St. Riverside Chapel
MANN. Mrs Ksther, M. of ISM XK
lj'ith St. Riverside Chapel
Funds for March of Dimes
Roosevelt Temple. Pythian Sis-
ters, will hold a card and tames
party in honor of its 18th birthday
on Wednesday at Pythian Hall
4601 West Flagler St.. at 8 p.m.
Admission by donation to the
March of Dimes.
\
A NEW YOUTH group has been
formed by the Young Israel ol
Greater Miami open to teenagers
with regular Thursday evening
tames competition as the first ac-
tivity. Jackie field is acting pres-
ident of the group.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JU DICIA L C I RCU IT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 6K.1">48
u.M.T,:,r:0,Tl^. Plaintiff,
Vs
NANCY woonnvFF VI.-K
I > l.ndant
TO; XANi'V W< m il.ltill-- \|, |<
Residence and Address Cnkn..-n
i ou are required to s,.,-v, ,,,.,, ,,,
your Answer lo t| Complaint for
Divorce on Plaintiff's Attnrnev
WAI.TKK I: I.EBOWITZ. KS-. >
r',-,S" ,'"' Mtaml l!:",' l*lotl,la
an.I fii,- ti,,. orli-lnal in Die offi,-,, of
the Clerk of ti, circull Courl ..
or before the 27th .lay ,.f Pebruarv,
"v or Hi- i omplainl will i 1:,i.,
as eonfessed.
Bated this 24ih day .,f ,i
l'.o.v
K It I.KATIIKKM AX
Clerk of i-ir, ,iit Court
By: i- i' rui'Ki.AM,
Deputy Clerk
WA1.TRII It I.EBOWITS! ESSU
Utorney for Plaintiff
."il First Str.-.-t
Miami Reach. Plnrldn
Phone 538-0774
LEGAL NOTICE
THE COUNTV JUDGES COl T
IN AND FOR DADE COLNTV.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 768-''-C
UK Kst
.li ISKI'H S' UtKI.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
r v- ,,..: ..-. ,...1 Mi I'l
Hji ^ "laims ..i I >. tn..i d- ^
Kslale
. u an I" rel i
ni... m all} laini and in
mauds ln. li you '"'.' "-''" "'
:.,,,. ,,i JOSKPH SBK .1.
. ..,-,.I late of D-i'i. Count} h'lorlda,
! Count} Judire* ol Dad. Count},
and til"- tin- satin in lluplli III"
as provided in Sii-tlon ::::: I... Klorlda
Statutes, iii their (.fflces In i In- I 1}
Courthouse in Dad.- ""li 1} F1
within si\ calendar months from the
11nt.- ..f the first publication hereof,
..r iln- sane- will l" barred
Dated al Miami. KloridM 'In- Is'
,1., \ \..\. mber. A D. li".7
TCDDV Si iIIKI.
As Administratrix
First publication ..t' tin- ...... ""
ti,.- 12th day of .lanuarv. '
I'.M I. KAVITNKY
Attorney for Administratrix
I;.. l.ii.....In Bond,
Miami Beach, Florida
I 12-18 ... :' :'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77440-A
III UK K-lat. of
Mfltlt.VY AXKIJC 'D......
MliRUIH A.\KI.K"D
De.eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All ). ,-.,-.- II. >
Inn Claims or Ikemandx VKalnst Salil
I
^'..u are ... i i -no a ... ,!
.-i -- pri-setil nti} claim*, and demands
which % ou m -v hat si the
. mail of miki: \^ vXKI.Ki 'i i
\n .1:1:1s \xi:i Id>D .1.......1 Inn
Dad.- 1 'ount) PI.....Ill : .11 IJ
.lu,lu". ..f I Nidi 1 '.-ir *. ind 1 1. i1 .
-;iln.- in dupllcatl an.I a- |.i'.-\
Seetioi I'L I1I11 Si llute*
th< offices in tli. 1 'ount} 'on- *
in Dad.- 'ount} h'loridn, withit
cah'iidnr months from tin time .-t thi
first |.,ii. ... 1 -, ||i, *amc
n 'II l.. Inn
1 lated at Miami. I'
-i..\ -; '..- n 1' \ \ t.....-
liBRTHCDK AXKI.Ki Hi
A- Kx< u
First puhlli ntlon of tills
ih. ilth dnv of Janui
MARVIN I. I i:ss\:i:
Al lorney for Kxeeuti *
' n] s.ui 1 ..-! Slxtl Street
Port l.au.l. rdai-, Clot '
1 2( 16
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 77563-B
It ItK Estate of
iitvixn 1. ISAACS
I.. .1". .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persons llnv-
ins I'lamis ,,1 llemands Aaainsl Kalil
KstllK :
You are 1 erebj notifli ,1 and requir-
ed ... in.s.-at any .-laims and demands
uhlch you may have amiinst the
-t.......I IRVINO I. ISAACS .1.. .-.
ed Inn ..f Dad. County. Florida, t--
11 County .1 ii.Il-. 1 i I >.,.|. County,
a.1.1 file til.- -am.- In dunlicati ll
lis in.-\ idell in Section 7"." Ki, 1
Statute* ir their offices in tin Cou
Com H -a-, in D.oI. County, Florida
will,in v|\ calendar months from ih,-
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
nuarv
her
llii

11s Hav-
n-t Said
'N ,LHAEJr,0^JV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLRIDA. IN PROBATE
, ,..... No. 77657.B
1 i'l. Estate of
Al i:x KACIIMN
I Hi-eased
..N0TICE T0 CREDITORS
1- Ml Creditors and All Persons
IlaW E*tate:m' '"' "' nm'"K X*aln
VoU 11,.. hereby notified and reoulr-
''' '" 1".-ni any claims and de-
"jatidi \.i, 1, ,,, ,v |,.,v,. nKn|.-,
'" -' "' "' VI.KM UACHI.IX de.
' ""' 'me .a D.1.1. County, Clorlda
';' "" County Judges ,.f |)|,'.
' 0111,tv, and I'd.- .1,,. ..,- i duplicate
""I I'- provided ,., Section 7:;: Iti pt.
f""1 Klatiile. ,1, their office* m ike
' use In Dad.. I'oun.v
Mornia wu),in hIx calendar months
';'" !.. linn- of the flrH| public.......,
n.i.ol, .., u. v:, wM fj ,
'""I -" Mia,,,,, Florida, tin
"} 01 January, a d i -.. 1
CEI.IA UAi'lll.iv
ki. ,As Kxecutrl*
;;.;' nubllcaHon r ,his ,,.
MAH!iVAaBB0RJ,M,U"V-"M
i..'.'-."'!'- '-v ,'"r l':v'",,lp"!
'"'- Alnsley Bulldlns
-Miami. Florida Fl! |> >7
- --S-HS-j::
time ..f the ins. publication
01 ihi -1,111. will he barred
Hated :,i Miami. Fl... .1 ,
da) of .lniiuni \. \ 1, ., .
y.v.\.\<\ p is-v \,s
As l"\.-. utrix
First publication of tlii-- III
'id \ .,f Ihi.....1
M.I.KN Knl:xi:l.r.M
ey for
'/.' Ida I' IsancK. Kxi cutt 1
I '" s 1: s.-,.....1 Avenui
1 -'.- :
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77636-C
in UK: Rstale ..f
HRNHV ItOSKN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I o AH Creditor- and All Peri
I iu '"laims ,.r Demands ,iri
Estate:
You tire hereli) notified and requir-
ed to present any .laims and demands
which y..u may hav. turalnst the
t HRNRY lf.SKX ,!.-.. ,'!!,|
li."' ol Bade County, Florida
'1 ount y Judges ,.f Had
, rile tn<- same in ,1
provided in Sect lor
Statutes, in their offl
Courthouse in Bade
um"" f"?uca!Sndar months''from tl
lime of ti. firM U|,||,..,,!,,
or the same win 1,.. barred
Dated at .Miami. Florida, Hi
nay of January, a d 19s
IIKTTY Kl.i:.;.\XT
,,. An Executrix
iirst publication of this notl.....
,"..,-.'' S "' 'nuarv, "...
II \ IM! ('VI-KX 1 AW.FFKKS
Attorney for Executrix
828 Arthur Godfrey Road
Mm,m Beach, Florida ::::n..
1 ">; !'2-8-|
I., the
Unty, and
upllcate .11,.1 ;,.
733.16, Flonda
s in 'In- County
County, Fi..ri,hi.
hereof,
is isth
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
Ft ORIDA
CASE NO 68-49
NOTICE OF SLUT FOR DIVORCE
OR
ORPER OF PUBLICATION
IRENE 'I'd,IV.
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|||U ; .,,11. "': >,! ill 1
Lu.,! I'm Canada
\, [ Id II.A \D ''a DIN, are hereby
.......ompbtlnl for IMvon
has .... 11 m.d iifc-nlnsl you, and >..u
.,,, ,, nUh ,1 :.. .. 1 \, a copy of your
\>,-m. r "f fl. .ohnu to lh Cl niohunl
I ... ..11 the l'lainiift ,,t -
K, IN M-D 1. DAVIS. Bra .
1-7 1:,., us Itulldlnr, I* W Klajrler
Street, Miami, Florid.. Ml '' I'll.....
;-. s;.i. .,,,,1 file the orlRinal Answer
,., inendinK 11, Ihe offlre of the iM.rk
... th< Circuit '"..urt .11 or before the
the :-ili da> ..r February, 1968 1, ..u
fail to .I., s... ludtni. nt by default "ill
I.,- lak.li aealllsl you for the relief
demanded in the Complain! for D>-
\ or.-,-
THIS NOTICE shall In- published
..a..- ..,.li week f..r four consecul
Week* in Till: JEWISH Fl .<'1111 !A X.
Ihi\k AND ORDERED Rl Miami.
Florida, this 2nd -lay ..f January.
r n IF \TIIKKM \X Clerk
1 "ir,-uit 1 'ourt
Dad. "nutltv Fl.-rida
I:. K M I VM \X
l>. t.utv Clerk
1, (.-. up '..urt Seal'
I s.lj .:
IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 77397- C
' RE Estate .a
SAII Mil. Si.l.i.DAI:
|>. .,-.-I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ml |. rsons II.iv -
line Claims Demands laii Said
Kslnti
> .-ti are hen b) '. -i ami requir-
ed to I-.-- -. -.T an) claims and de-
mands uhlch 1..11 may hnvi nfcalnsl
lati .-t SARAH I. H.....I VR
tl.....I lati 1 .' n I) Klorlda,
' ir' \ ludie*-s : D. i'.-uii'i
1 ill .i ., 1. and
' s, -, r;,,1 |,|n
- latul. -,..- the I 'ounty
CoiirthoUM* in Dads County, I*'- 1 -la.
withit, -tv calendar months from tl,'
time .f Ihe fust publication hen
or 'h.- -am-- wdl 1-,- barred
Dated it Miami, I" irida, Ihi
..f January, A D 1868
II ai:. 11.D s, "I., .dm:
- ALBERT I. SOIiODAR
- Mil DRED PA1.K
As K\.. iit..t -
First hu'dn ati.n ..f this not lee ...,
the 1: ilsv .f Januarv, 1!>
s MERVYN I. AMES
Attorney for Executors
"' Ih-. ayne lUnlduic
Miami, Florida
I l:
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 67.19883
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ARTHCR M CEI.I.ER.
Plali fl
-. -
ACUMEN ,.Kl.l.l'.i:
I .- fi ...lain
T'. VCDREV C.EI.I.ER
1 II. -es Sir. .-!
'v......I
Ijyne Island. New '
v VCDREV UKI.I.KII
' that a 11,II ..<
IHvon-i I. ,. 1.. ,
v..11. i".| you .... -. ,
'!) V..ur \ 1 ,u, ,,.
' Hill .-! .'.,111.. ... ,
Itorney, SEYMnl'K l.<'\|\
KSJ :! \ w nh Street Miami
I md Ml. Ih, ,1 % -..
"I I k.Iiiil- 1,1 Ihi offl, ,>f 11., -|. rk
_-i Ihe > "ir. tin Curt on .a- l.efor. Ihe
'li day ,,f rVhruar) I860 II ,.,,
.,11 o ,1,, .,, judirmeni by default
nill i..- taken attains! you for relief
demanded in the It.II ,.f Complaint,
ri,,- notice shall be published once
eai-n week for four consecutive weeks
|" Tin: JEWISH FlJDRfDIAX
IH'\1. AND ORDERED .,1 Miami.
n'V* '.*-. T Wth daj "f "' ""' r
K 11' i.BATHERMAN, l.rk
T- un Court. Da.I. County. Klorlda
By: K m 1 YMAN
, ,. Deputy cierk
" ir.uii i-..urt Seall
SETMOCR LONDON-
M'.an.v for Plaintiff
90 X W '.
Miami. Florida
H
l'.l
NOTICE OF SUIT
OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIR
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
COUNTY. CIVIL ACT
No. 68.181
SUITFO R DIVORCE
IRENA .1 K.\S/,o|,
l-laintiff,
1 -
SI WI.KV KA8ZOK
1,. ,,.:.,,,1
Tl' STANLEY WAS/. ,|<
It D No 4
s- ntia, x.w )'.-, 1,
You S'I'AXI J5Y K AS/., IK.
notified iliat a Corapl
has been filed acuinst \..u.
are required to serv, a .
Answer or Pleadinn '" th.
1 "oinnlaint on III. IMaint iff. ,
A i: ItlLVIMII BY. 1.1 \
Street, Miami. Florida and
original Answer ..r Pleading
offi......f the i'l, rk ..f -i .
Curt on >.r before Ihe 11
February, 1968, If you Call
ludKnn-iit 1>> default will 1
aKi.in-t vou woi th.- 1 .-li,.f ,,
,h1 in the Bin ,f Complaint
DONE AND ORDERED ..
Florida this 4 dav ..f Janu.i
1...S
K. i: I.KATHKI'.MAN
Clerk, t'lr.iiit Court,
I lade Counts Plorldt,
Ity: C P CHI'KI.AXI
I>e|>uty Clerk
n'lr.iiii I'ourt Si.,1,
A K BRADBURY, Bwi
\, torney for Plaintiff
111 \ K I'.tli Street. Miami
7:.:-t';:-4
1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF --
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC -
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DDE
COUNTY
No. 68-K'
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
\ KST" IR It AM' 'S
Plaintiff
\ s
.' \RMEN l.riSA l: \
I lefetidanl
T' CARMEN l.l'is \ 1: \ V|i .-
217 44th Street,
A|..irt no nt _".' I
I' iiioii Cit \ N \, I. -.
You. CARMEN I.I ISA l: \ .. -
hereby not Hi. d that :, Rill
plalnl for Divorce I.a- he,
against > <*u. and > u .,'
'.. serve a copy of your A"- -
i-i. itdina to th,- itiii .-: Comp
the I'laintiff's ait......!
i:i"i;i ,\'s'i 'X. .!_ Alnsley 1
Mi..an. Florida :'- 113 and : -
orn.-111.1l Answ.r or Pleading
office ,.f the CU-rk of Ihe
1'..in! on or before the :i
February, 1888 If you fail 1 1
ludument by default will '......
amlnst you for th.- relief .i
in the Bill of Complain!
This notice shall he puhlisl
, .-;i. li w>. k for four .ns-.-uti ^-..,
111 THE JEWISH KIOKIDIA-.
1'iiN'K AND ORDERED at
Florida, this 4tli dav of Jamil I
1868
K It ll'. VTHKKMAN -
1 ''ir. utt '"..urt. Dade' 11
By I" P. COfKI.\M'
Iieouty fl.rl,
,1'n-, III, .'..urt Seal,
SIDNEY EFRONBON
613 Alnsley lt|.l.
Miami, Florida 33IS3
Attorney Eor Plaintiff
1 !.:
.. ...
-in,,hunt
..L-ainst
Esg
IN
E
OF
1 i-II 1'. .
!?3IlS!L BV PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
- li S2. JUOICI*L CIRCUIT .
- FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 68-191
>H...V-SvU,,T|,^,'[.rD'VORCE
Plaintiff,
"RACK fJAYHEART
iierendant
1,1 7.HACE OAYHEART
Residence I'nknnwn
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY .;i\ I
:!,.- undersigned, dealrini
,,, buslnaas under the flctitlou
1 A'.MK QCAL.ITY TAINT
..t i'.., x \v. ::.;tli Street, Mi. i- i
rnla int. nd- 1., racist' t .,
wuh the Clerk "f Ho- ."11. n
- I I'...I. Count} Florida
Robert h wetmdi:
dav satin
Ml.iniHV for Robert H VYatmoi
i'l Pity National Bunk HulWn -
Miami, Klorlda
1 :.- .
-
NOTICE TO DEFEND
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF the
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCLiT
DADE COUNTY. FLORID*
CIVIL ACTION NO. 68-M-
DIVORCE
NETTIE MAYBE1.I. Bl'WIH ^ vM
i'laintiff
.'IIAKIJK AI.PKKH WALL.
[efendalit. ,.
YOC. CHARLIE AI.KRKD W Al.l
s:i Pnllm-k St.. Ant ;. New *<""
I North Carolina NfiB, are retiulrjaw
; s.-rve i-opy of your Answer Dl '1, j
Inn to the Divorce Complain 1 ""''
ainUnst \,u. upon .l-.-.-nh C "u\"
nlaintifts .ouiiMel. til Blacsyn. "i
Miami. Kloridii 33130. and
Original Answer or Plead,
ihe Clerk of the ale.v Circuit 'J>>
111 Hade County, Florida on -
I'el.ruary Jutk Utt. If )"U fall '
. so, judicm.1,1 )' Default
taken l,v I'laintiff anlnst >i u 1
K B LKATHERMAN, '"
Cln-ult 'urt
By X A 1ICWKTT
D.-puty Clarlt
Dated 11, January IMI
D.ole. Flornla. .
|'19-'.s .
6


f th
Klorlda
aid 1.am. -.. |(h ih,. ("jerk
Ircull i'ourt ,.f Bade Count)
HV BEDR1N
K"XAI.D I1EDRIN
I 28 2 2-9-18
i.l.-l.l
Anawer or Pleading
[be 1 lerk of 1
befori
nUr**\ J,'.1"""' PI-rRIa;
1 "' <'< 'It.....Ininal
in ihe ofl
ir.-uit Courl oil or
'lefaul! "wUI be ,ak '" PJlV"'M ''v
for th,- ,. I 1 "(tains
,.f i- J. '"' '' ",..,,.1,,1
or omplainl
s notice ahall l. published
you
11,11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES C0U8T
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77329-B
In RE: Estate of
ARTHUR 'iKI.l.KK
I le,-eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pi
ik Claims or Demands Aim-'
k late
You are hrel>y notified tin'
ed to present any claims and :
which you may have anal"
-late of ARTHCR QEI.I '
late of I'ade Count} Hoi
ihe Count] Judge* ol Dadi
and file the same In dupllcnle
id.-d 111 Section T
Dll
MARX RARER
;V,","'">,f"r Applicant
101- Amsley BullUinK, Mlam
1/26 J/3-8-11
Miami. Ptorida
Attorneys for Plnlntlff
1/1I-18-M l/l
First publication "f this
the It day of lai uai). ii'1'-
MAX! T.l. /. \\.\i-
Attorney for Arthur 7.ellrs
? SW. nth Ave., MHitui. ria
1. 26 -' -
J


,y 26 1968
' _#f w /. Kk irS'Un^in
Page 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
that
City
I >

-ICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
r 20722 Acta of 1941
.. no 67-A-715
- H Kit BUY OIVKN
ri .SKIN holder of
, Tax s.i I*- Certificate No. .
Kih fj,.,l Name In my office,
application for :i lax
',' )., uwued thereon. Said Cer-
rmbrare* the following ric-
i property In 'hi' County of
^ ,.f Florida, to-wlt:
II Block '. Lincoln Park,
j;. ..k i Paga 161 in the City
,,....,.i County of Hade. State
This deed will be
1 .i eel m a" other out-
E .1.-IiikiU' nt I'otinly taxes
. sment of nald properly
..I ertifloate wan in the
. -.KNOWN
Hi| . nrdrng to law. the pro-
herein will he ROM
hi.!il. r at Itle Court-
M first Mondaj In
Februarj. IMS, hb i.
..' February, I9M
.i day of January,
vWiHU
BY HENRY LEONARD

:.i athelman.
Ull i ;: '
unt K
DSTRAND


| APPLICATION
a TAX DEED
- Act* Of 1141
No J7-A-72S
nivi n
5KIN hold! r of
.- l '. I"'
;' Ma<
i am in mv <
H
,< PH
' I
that
City
No
A 1>
ffioe,
tax
the f
.. -, ol
% IlI
\
l,And why is it, Doctor, I seem to see
everything ... but the obvious?"
... to-Wil
Bui ol Pl<
PI it H..... i'
M iam i
Thia
U< HUbja '
ding delfnquenl
i -
mi nl of aald propi i ty
... .
' A Till >MP8(>N.
.; ,ii. shall '-
I.. la i ihe pro-
|l .IN H '1 lie Old
rider at the Oourt-
lira! Mi nday In
: 'ebruarj v i I I h
l n| r. bruary,
2nd day of January,
'LATHEKMAV.
i of Circuit 'ourt
i loui ty. Florida
L F f!l I DHTRAND
Deputy Clerk
i url Seal)
i s-is-i-:<
JNTY JUDGES COURT
N '- 'OR DADE COUNTY,
DA IN PROBATE
No 68362-C
of
N i iTTl IKH. .i k ,
.'TTl.lF.l:

E OF INTENTION TO MAKE
'. COR DISTRIBoHCN
FIN* L DISCHARGE
tJ 'ha
t if. rt and Peti
u ion and Fuui i i
i -i li '
N..... .IKK. ..
:. i: flOTTMBB.
> 'Hi day i Jal
I Lp|) to the Honor.
'.! 'ell of
da t approval
.....'i utlon and final
I ;-.-. itoc ,.f ii.. iNj
i <|.. .1,>nt Th,*
. ember, i: 7
THE MIAMI IIB.MH PIRKT
IONJA I. HANK
' 1 '. '. l--;,i.. T'liM Otic rr
U-.LI. AND HOKK1N
f.i ..
rth I' ...me Blvd
, Kli I
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX OEED
CHAPTER 20722
Act* of 1t41
File No 7 A 74ft
DTTO: is IIKHRHY OIYRN that
|K PARDB crKl'<.RATION, h.old-
CnuMy Tax Sule < arrtMloataj
ared aril, ;(ii4i> and :04l iaeued
(It day of June All '".'.. baa
Millie in my office, arid ban
application for a tax deed to
road thereon Said certlflcatag
. !tn following described pro-
'ii il.t county of jiii. si.ite
"lorida. la wit
19 and tfl Bloc* 167. lllaleah
Add Pl.it Hook 9 Pace T'l
the I'runty of Had*. State of
end.,, xly embraced In Oertlft-
lie No Mil. The aaaeaaalMBt "f
.id iiroperty under the said
rnfU.iie ixRued wan In Ihe name
WILLIAM C KIM'.oHB ThiR
ed will be Issued subject to all
oiitatandlnic delinquent City
Hialean turn and lien*
t 11, Mast Mlaleah Iterab Rlk
II..i It,ok | Pate 74 In the
fUMy ol Dado, State of Florida.
embraced In Cartlflcat* No
The aasaxMBaBlt of said pro-
K'V under the wtid certificate
d ;,, in the name of N
fimeroy Thm deed will be ineued
I'll t to all other outetandlni;
|liiHiueiu rjity of Mlaleah taxe
Hi liens
It U. East Htntaah Iteeub nik
Plat Honk 29 Pa univ of Dad* Plata .t Florida.
embrarad Certlfleata No
I1 The ,i ol aaid pro-
|lv under it- -,,id crtlflejite
wa name ol N
' r"v Tl it will he tniiu-ri
Mart In ,"i .-r oul-tandma
jlaqiient r ty Hlaleah taxes
Im n
>' i fl < Khali he
pried aei ..nii-.a t,, law the pro-
ueaertbed -.-.>, wln be !
hiirh. hi.i.l.-c u\ the CoBrl
' diRir ..ri the fir.t Monday IB
lnonth of | A D. 19S*
Hi- .-. rl Kehrua-
thia 2nd tay Oi January A D
1. II LHA.....RM XN
Clerk C ai
DaiU aj iriurida
! H I C I el
Iiebuty Clark
iii i Seal)
l/r>-l2-19-2(
LLGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTiCE I NP!
c CTITIO'JS NAME LAW
n iii bualneaa under n
DRCK APAH S II
. l 27th Streei
I'RiHtl !'.
. .. : -.in if Dadi
.i V ridn
SUN DECK \ I INT
Ml iTl
DYCI FIUI I'l-ANKER,
Pi > ..
v H :i.COI/U>NY
In (toad
NOTiCE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
n< Tii k. is H i.i.ri- v v N' that
,. ai relnni
i ....-'''' >'
': F SOCTH
.1 7; ''
...... r.t:\r.-
iii- .......'
II '. 'i
flVTH SKIl IF
DADE "->'.
l Midi
-. \ i :. .
.. v vt iMtl
. a I
. .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS. NAVE LAW
. is III.KI I IMVEN
.... .... ill in* in
the fi< l
FRATK KI/TD

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uteiid l :
l..,de C u-ity, a th the Chrk
.f >^.d Final 'ol : da ty.
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AND PE >';-' N
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I ..-.. f for A pn i '
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Miami ,., ... : o
NOT IC E -C LR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS 11 l;h:i \ I il\ BN
,.,. anderatiri ed. deatrinK to nRaffa
in bu-mew under the f- n"U' name
,.f tiik TREE AND i at '
Uodfny Ki-..d. Miami Baach Florida
3ai40 intend, to raSatar Raid ma
with the Clerk ol the C.r.ult lour.
ol I>Rdc Counts, Klrrida
LLiiUM. DBRIONR, LN'I
, o its Arthur Oodfrey Road
Miami Reach, Kk nda
SHIKLKV .VI" LI'
Aiiorney lor Florida peelffna, lie
Xi'i, Arthin Obdfn : Roan
Miami Beach, Florida ..... .
1 .'h "
IN THE CIRCLE COU^T O^THE
ELEVENTH J'. TiCIAL CIRC
IN AND FP= PADE CO'JNTV.
I LOR 'DA.
CE NO 68-282
Wl'.i. II X. JR.,
I'
VA1.KIUI X,
NOTICE P> PUBLICATION
\l.'- MADDl'X
I
'
voi:, VAi-Bkir i> maddux >-
I,, d thai 'ompl unl fi
11 i. ii acainnl you,
I n serve .. copy
I ..f ,. Pleading to the
' Oi mi .. Pla UfTi attorni
. .I-., ie I ri II >Ml'si >N L"
South I "Mi Suite IK, <"or.il
i-. :. the original
\ i ,,,li n the offli of
...-... h C ii Court In and
.,.;.,, nr bl fi re the
; | da: 968, ntherwlee
udi I eiite-ed agalm>l
you I elief d mai A n tin
; '... I el< iUl '
i i .. ( lanuary,
1911
CU5RK
..
liv K (V PIETRO
I
IJEORflt; I BK Tip >M 1'Si IN
r Plaint I
i IHxie 11 ir'i.-.
Suit i II
I .1 I c'.i II
11 .
IN THE CiRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVEN'" judicial circuit IN
AND cOR DATE COLN^v
FLORIDA
CASE NO. W-S63
\l.|i 'l. Bl *OR DAM \N".
Plan '.
MOOR RAHAN,
I H'fl '.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVKN thai
He undi i > i.'n. .1 ii. Rlrliut
in buaineei. under the fictitious nam<
i MIAMI BEACH TV Lincoln Road
ei 1823 Lincoln Road, Miami Real I
Florida 38139 Intend to register Raid
name with the Clerk or the Circuit
four) "f Dade County, Florida
KENNETH IVAN CHAN
FI.ORKNOE i 'HAN
C FREDERIC Blti '\VN
Attorney for
KENNETH IV \N CHAN
and FI.ORENCB CHAN
k7 duPoni Mldg Miami. Put
_________ 12/29 I 1-12-19
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acta of 1941
File No. 67.A-752
NOTICE IS HEREBY' GIVEN Thai
O'iAST CO., INC, holder of County
Tax Sal. Certificate No. 8798 lnued
the l^t day of June. A D IMS. nan
tiled name In my office, and liaa
nadi application for a tux deed i"
he isxued theron. Said Certificate em-
i.r.,,. s the following dracribed propi rt>
In the County of Dade, State of
Florida, to-wlt:
I nt le L. 150 fl HI", k 7.
Perrini Sub Plnl lloo] II P
ihe i 'nuniy ol I indi Stati '
'
The
under thi i 11
/EN A McKIN N E V
lie 1

pert dei nln il herein
Mi.n.l,i.
month '
11
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uii Cou
Diidi PI
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I m
i iui -
1 '. '
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
>J^rn"*#? fkridfirsun
solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
MMai 373-4605
ior messenger service
NOTICE OF SUIT
OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 63-183
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IMINAI.D

VIRGINIA I. MENSBR,

i I, MBNSEIt.

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.... i
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... [>|, Hill
Will
IN the COI NTV JUDGES CuURT
IN AND FOR PADE CO',. \tv,
Fi-ORIDA IN PROBA'E
No 7'71-B
' RE Hi
I EN A OiiI.DS
....
NOTICE "TO CREDITORS





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wlm h y.ii have ac
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to Ho Cnunl of I)
., 'I fill thi :" 'lui
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Statuti iheii
County Couri' .> n 1 i ty.
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CHAPTER ?07?2
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BEN BOSK n
Sale Cei tlf' '
Hit '
"ii-i. L '. .|
I office, and
a tax di ad to hi .,..,..-
eeritflcata mil
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTS,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 7320S-B- Dowling
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIHCUIT
OF FLORIDA 'N AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
No. M-403
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MIlhael BENNETT WAUsh.
Plaintiff,
PATRICIA ANN WALSH.
t/i'IVaTh'.'i'IA ANN WAUSH
P/O COUKTI.EICH
'J4.'1 Avenue "!>"
Tou BpATRyiCIAe ANNkWAI^rl are
TA.r% vilified -ha. a BlUof Com-
plaint for Divorce ha* bam AIM
aiamal you. and you are requir. d
serve a copy of your ABfwer or
Lie.drng to the Hill of l-Bmnluint on
rl T Ror.'la and 111. Ui. orUriruU
Inj-war or Pleading >n the ..nee 01
VMC&* o. tii- rircuU Court oW
the 14 dav of Februarv. If8.
f,H to do ro Judarment i
w.U be token oftomj'
for the relief demanded In Ihe
ofThtomno*t.ca dial) b. Mo |
h w.-.--. for four c--------utlve a.....-
THE JEWISH PUORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
l-i' .1 A'-i IB DAMAN
. DENMARK IIOLSE
UV1NOSTI >N WBNl'E
N'BW hill '." NEW JERSEY
YOU, ia''. H DA HAN, ara hereby
notified that a Complain! ior n'verce
haa b. gaJr.it you, and you
. .. aiiri 'i rvi .^ copi of whit
,.. ..r ..r Phadlng to the f'o"n-
pluJnt for Divorei on th. P'.alntlff n
attorn, v. RONALD L I.*V1S Baa,,
417 Buvayni Building;, .' W. Flagler
Btrecl m..-.. Ida MM Phone:
j .. the original Aiww-
,. ,r ('.. ..i i- in thi alflea of the
Clerk ol tbi I'Tuii Court on or be-
fore the .ti, .!... ol hVbruatx W-
If m,u fail ti li..... ii'iL-mcnt by de- i
fault will igamal you for ,
the rellel d..,.. ,... u in th. mi
Thla hall pul llRhad one-
each weak ior four .-oii.~e.utve
VMha -in, |BV |SH LI/>rtmiAN
DONE -NL ORDERED, at Miami
Florida, Ihli '' ,; .lanuar%,
,9*8' E M LBATFERMAN,
Clerk. n't Court
Dado County. Florida
ll> C P It.PEI.AND
i>eput> Clerk
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 75246-A
In RE Batata ol
NATHAN LEVIN
'^"'"notice TO CREOITORS
To All Creator* ...,.i All i-e-~;-:
Having Claim- Ol Demands Again*
^ou aro'hWvb.i notified to .-- I
any lalma and demui i- ah
m."v have aciin-i the estate of
NATHAN LEVIN ,1.... -.1 late '
Dud. County.. I..... thi aw
dupll' at'' and '
Fl, rldn Sinlut.
,.;,,- | 111 fl Ull!.' '' UM
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th said cert! ...'
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In all ..tin r bUtgl LUdll -- Il IUI I
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a.ii.-, l:..i Book 9 Pani *i th.
Cnunly of Dad. Plat. I Fl.....
as ami raci 'l In eVrtH ati No.
J391 Tie- ..- eunui nl laid i <
pat ty under thi -aid
.u.i'. w..s in ihe narni ol D H
. !RI IUHON ThiR d.. .1 i nl be
l-sue.l SUl'.l. 't To ..11 '",' OU-
, i og .j. Ilnqueiil City ol North
M...... lo hi t, tax-.s ami Hi '
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, i ,i. si. ie .' Florida, as em-
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,,.....Ml,, 'it I s.,'i! propi t, llli.ii '
111.. s;,,.l -I.fiiate l-'Ued wax in
the nami ol Bat of ADDREW
Johnson
LotM 15 and : I"'" U I, Hlali '.
HgtH, ii--' B < M Pug. M
the Count) of Did. st......I
Florida ...s embraced In Certifi-
cate No i.i 11 Thi .,--'-lent 'I
aaid proport) under lh -. id rarti
fi.-aie Issih 'I "'> In tin name .'
I-I.IO SMITH and w (L.ENE
pnleaa Raid certlfieatea Rhall bi
redeemed according to law. ihe
property deacribed herein mil i"
sold to the hlgheat tidier al
the C. urthouse .ior on ih. Ilrsl
Mini.i.,v n the month of February
\U |968 which is ihe r.ti. day of
Febru iry A D. 1961.
I ..' d i _nd day Ol January
i '
I B LBATHBRMAN
' Circuit Ci ur
Dade County. Florida
r cILLDSTRAM'
rvnuiv Clerk
(Ctrcu Beall
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COLcT
N AND" FOR CADE COUNT,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 659.-C
Ui: EMati f
. i.ll' t'.VTSM >N.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
SOTICB 'or- I > give" Hi I
, filed m> Final Itoport in .1 I -
, for Diatrlbutlon and m a 1M .
, Em utor ol thi tat
, hi;.IL CATSM \N ,l.,.a-e,l ., 1
...t on th. I ih da) ol Pel ii
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, ,, f. .i" sal m\ .... -...: ...Hi'", 1l '
harm ol "' '
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das ai *?J
DAVID I' CATSM ^ Exacui
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15 W. Flagler Street
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77397-C
In HE Batata of
SARAH L si"Li.DAK
'""'NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA: ___
T.' ALL PERSONS INTEIJKSTED
IN THE ESTATE "L SAID
DECEDENT ,
Von ar. hereh) notil l 11 >t a
a-rilten Inatrumenl purporting to he
the l..-' "ill and ie-;anieni of amid
.,.......has been admltti r bate
in aaid Court Von heraby .x.n.
man.led a-lthin ~.\ calendar motutia
from thi dati ol the ti'-. uubl wttoii
in- nolle......in."..- In aald
Couri and ahoa i hu*i can,
a-h) thi ...u......i wild '"- "i
milting s.,i.l u ill to Pi "ul l
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