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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
February 2, 1968

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
February 2, 1968

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 35317254
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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Preceded by:
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Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
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Full Text
'Jewish Filer idian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Ml
mber 5
Mi-jmi, Florida, Friday, February 2. 1963
Sections
Price 1.:
Jewish Leaders
Bid Farewell To
Israel's Envoy
|xFW "i ';K I.ITA) American
L-ish gathered at a va-
I v ol ",IS ,nis week to bid
Irewell to Avraham Harman. Is-
|,:. \ bassador to the United
|a!(. : to Mrs. Harman.
|The Israi li diplomat, who served
lambas-jdor for eight years, will
isunii- presidency of Hebrew
later this year. He is
lins,' eeded by Brig. Gen. \
[i Rabin, Israels former
lief of
|The events included a dinner
onsored by the Conference of
lesidents Jwish "ranizations. a farewell
ncheon tendered by the Jewish
kency-American section, an inti-
ate farewell dinner given by the
Jiericar Jewish Committee, and
IfarewcII brunch given by Hadas-
r
{Rabbi Herschel Schacter. chair
an of the Presidents Conference,
esented the Harmans with an
engraved Steuben glass bowl as "a
modest expression of our deeply
felt tribute to a couple whose
warmth of personality, devotion to
the cause of American Israeli un-
derstanding and commitment to
Jewish peoplehood have made a
profound impact on the American
Continued on Pag* 11 A
ALLON TILLS CJA LEADERS
Peace Still Not
In Sight For
Israelis, Arabs
AVRAHAM HARMAN
Rap Judaism Council
For Stand On Russia
kree Israelis
re Killed By
Ionian Fire
IERI SALEM (JTAV-A request
International Red Cross
It no armed soldiers be stationed
J Mlenby Bridge over the
I River during crossover of
I similar activities under
t -npervision will be ac-
l Israel if Jordan agrees,
r 'i mister Moshe Dayan
- week
Hie :; Cross made the request
|e: a .lent attack by Jordanian
I the lite last Thursday
Jich ci >t the lives of three Is
Ph liers and injured two Red
i- r.als Two Israeli soldiers
J>< killed instantly and a third-
two wounded in the shoot-
isdied later.
II \ the tinted Nations. Israel
Jordan accused each other of
started the shooting. Jor
|n >ent a letter to Secretary-
Continued on Pago 5-A

. 3
NEW YORK iJTAi The Amer-
ican Jewish Conference on Soviet
Jewry emphatically rebuffed this
week an allegation appearing in a
publication of the American Conn
cil for Judaism, that its campaign
'"to expose the grievous plight of
Jews in the Soviet Union" was a
propaganda exercise that "origi-
nated with Zionist elements in the
United States."
The allegation was conta tied in
an article written for the AJC
quarterly. 'Issues.'" by Peter Wor-
thingtnn. staff correspondent of
The Toronto Telegram, who was
stationed in Russia for two year-
It is being widely circulated by
the Council for Judaism.
Rabbi Israel Miller, chairman
of the American Jewish Confer-
ence en Soviet Jewry, declared
that "only wilful ignorance or
deliberate malice can lie behind
the charge."
He noted that the Conference,
comprised of 25 major American
Jewish philanthropic, religious, fra-
ternal, service and Zionist organi-
sations was brought together be-
cause of their "profound concern
. about the repression of Jewish life
ill the Soviet "Vnion. That repres
sion is real and serious, as evi-
dence from many varied indepen-
dent sources attest.'" he said.
Mr Worthington said in his arti-
cle that he found Soviet Jewry 10
suffer from the same restrictions
repressions and pressures to con
form that affect all minorities in
the Soviet Union, and in fact, all
Russians, but were no worse off
than other groups in the I'SSR
and in some instances lived better,
more comlortable lives.
He said that while the Soviet-
government followed a virulently
anti-Israel and pro-Arab policy es-
pecially since last June's Six-Day
War and sought to direct the atti-
tudes of all Soviet citizens to con-
form with that policy, he found no
evidence of official anti-Semitism.
He said that while individual anti-
Continued on Pee 13-A
Greater Miami's 1968 Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency
Fund campaign passed the one-
third mark this week, with a visi
by Gen. Yigal Allon. Israel's dy-
namic Minister of Labor, high-
lighting an enthusiastic Inaugural
Dinner at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Norton Pallot. general chairman
of the C.IA-IEF. said the CIA divi-
sion of the joint drive "is on tar-
get, with gifts from firms and indi-
viduals approximating the 21 per-
cent increase needed if we are to
: achieve our goal of $1,991,200."
Gen. Allon lent a note of urg-
' ency to the Israel Emergency
Fund effort by telling an audi-
ence of nearly 300 community
leaders, "Although Israel wants
no more wars, no more victories,
I am sorry to state that peace is
no nearer today than it was last
June."
He noted. "Those Arab states
Continued on Page 6-A
Israel Gets Assurance On
Its Suez Canal Position
JERUSALEM (JTA) A small
accord was registered in the Mid-
dle East deadlock this week when
Israel agreed to allow Egypt to
free 15 stranded foreign merchant
ships in the Suez Canal. Israel
agreed to the operation to free the
vessels, stranded since the June
war. after receiving United Na-
tions assurances that the project
would not prejudice the general
agreement between Egypt and Is-
rael barring use of the waterway
by either country.
The assurance was given to Gen.
Moshe Dayan. Israel's Defense
Minister, by I.t. Gen. Odd Bull,
chief of the U.N. Middle East
cease-fire observation team. It was
believed the extrication work
would take about a month and a
half.
The agreement was a lone ex-
ception to the unquiet this week
ISRAEL, EGYPT
CLASH AT SUEZ
JERUSALEM Fighting
broke out at the southern
end of the Suez Canal this
week following attempts by
Egyptian vessels to move to-
ward the northern end of the
Canal. Israel had warned the
Egyptians earlier that the
agreement to free foreign
ships trapped in the Canal
area since the Six-Day War
applied only to the southern
entrance to the Canal.
on Israel's cease-fire borders.
Two Israeli soldiers were killed,
two others injured and two Red
Cross officials injured in two
Continued on Page 3-A
jj Economy Lift
Predicted For
Israel in '68
WASHINGTON (JTA)The IS.
Department of Commerce believes
that Israel's economic growth,
which slowed down in 1966 and
, 1967. will pick up momentum in
1968 with the result that Israel will
export more and will improve as
a market for imports of consumer
goods and capital equipment from
America.
This assessment is contained in
an article in "International Com-
merce." a weekly publication of
the Bureau of International Com-
. merce of the Department of
Commerce.
According to Raymond S. Yau-
key, of the BIC's Near East-South
Asia division, the downtrend in
Israel's economic ,-jrowth reach-
ed bottom and began a gradual
rise in late 1967.
The nation's current economic
plans call for annual industrial
production to grow from the S2.2
billion comprising 22 percent of
1 Israel's gross national product in
1966 to S3.6 billion or 27 percent
of the GNP by 1971. Industrial ex-
ports are to rise even more rapid-
ly from $400 million in 1966 to
$800 million in 1971.
The plan envisages total invest-
ments in industry amounting to
over SI billion during the five-year
period, up to half of which is to
come from foreign sources. Mr.
Yaukey wrote. The growth tar-
gets it (Israel) has set should pave
the way for increased U.S. sales
of the industrial machinerj and
capital equipment that will be
needed in this effort."
24 000 Tews Flee From Arab States
-*- 7 ^~' ._________..:_ tH-,i iho nrton door Dolicv
10UIS D. MOfftVfTZ
By Special Report
GENEVA A total of 24.000
Jews departed from Arab countries
during the six-month period from
July 1 to Dec. 31. 1967. Louis D.
Horwitz. director general of the
Joint Distribution Committee, re-
ported here this week.
More than 15.000 of these es-
capees found haven in France and
approximately 13.000 of them have
already applied for some form of
help to Jewish welfare agencies
subsidized by JDC, Mr. Horwitz
reported. JDC receives the major
part of its income from funds rais-
ed in America by the I'nited Jew-
ish Appeal.
Because JDC is the major
American agency serving needy
Jews overseas, the plight of those
in the Arab countries is one of our
primary concerns." Mr. Horwitz
declared. "Their welfare, both in
their native lands and in the coun-
tries in which they find haven, is
precisely the type of world Jewish
problem which prompted Amen
can Jews to organize JDC more
than fifty years ago. In recent
years, a large part of our work has
been centered therefore on France,
which has been a major haven for
Jewish refugees and escapees since
the end of World War II."
The Jewish population of
France in 1945 was 150,000, Mr.
Horwiti reported. At the present
time, the figure has risen to
550,000. By far the bulk of this
net increase of 400,000 is the re-
sult of successive waves of mi-
grationfrom the displaced per-
son camps, from Eastern Europe
and from North Africa.
"Since the end of the war, France
I has admitted and absorbed more
Jews than any other country in
the world except Israel." Mr. Hor-
witz said. "It is interesting to note
that the open door policy toward
refugees, which has prevailed in
France since the war. continues
with the present government."
Despite a sharp Increase In Jew-
ish needs, the Foods Social Juif
I'nifie. the central welfare body
of the French Jewish community,
continues to assume an ever grow-
ing share of financial responsibil-
ity for welfare programs. Today
JDC meets only 25 percent of the
IFSJU budget. "If French Jewry
had not had so many new prob-
lems to face it would be on its own
today and have no further need of
outside help." Mr. Horwitz con-
cluded.


Pcge 2-A
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Friday. February 2, is

Brotherhood Dinner To
Honor Three Leaders
Jay I. Ki/ok
Three Greater Miami civic lead-
ers have been chosen to receive
Silver Medallion Brotherhood
Awards, the highest honor of the
National Conference of Christians
and Jews on Feb. 20.
Dr. Henry
King Stanford,
president of the
University of
Miami; John R.
Ring, partner in
the accounting
firm of Ring.
Mahoney and
Arner and Jay
I. Kislak. chair-
man of the
board of Jay f.
Kislak Mort-
gage Corp. ot Florida will be hon-
ored at the Annual Brotherhood
Dinner of the Florida Region of
NCCJ at the Fontainebleau Hotel
in Miami Beach for promoting the
ideals of brotherhood in this com-
munity.
The selection was announced by
Frank .1. Rooney. general dinner
chairman and Col. Mitchell Wolf-
son, chairman of the Awards Com-
mittee
The Brotherhood Dinner, al-
ways he'd durir.T Brotherhood
Week, will also celebrate the ob-
servance of the 40th anniver-
sary of the founding of the or-
ganiiation, officially proclaimed
by President Lyndon B. Johnson.
Dr. Henry King Stanford, presi-
dent of the University ol Miami,
has !oiii4 been active in communi-
ty affairs, constantly striving to
afford every youngster the full op-
porlunity for his own social and
intellectual development. Under
his guidance, the University of
Miami has become a recognized
center of cultural and academic
leadership in the southern United
States and Latin America.
Dr. Stanford is a member of
manv organizations including the
Florida Council oi 100: the Metro-
politan-Dade County Community
Relations Board, the Florida Con-
ference on Social Welfare, the
United Fund of Dade County, the ,
Orange Bowl Committee and the
Council for International Visitors ,
of Greater Miami. He is a director
of Sunbeam Television Corp., and ;
is a recipient ol the Eleanor Roose-
velt-Israel Humanitarian Award.
John R. Ring, who has commit-
ted himself to promote the fnnda-
mental concepts of democracy and
brotherhood, has been active in
scores of interreligious and civic
groups.
He is a member of the board of
directors of the Miami Dade
Chamber of Commerce, the Amer- |
ican Red Cross and a member of
the executive council of the Bty
Scout- of America Mr. Ring is the
president of the Committee of 21
and an active member in the
American Institute of CPA's and
the Florida Institute of CPA's, lie
is a member of the board ol trust-
ees of the University of Miami, a
member of the Government Re-
search Council and a pa-: presi-
dent ol the Orange Bowl Commit-
tee.
Jay I. Kislak has been active in
a wide variety Ol civic e:u!eavors
He is a board member ot the
= }
Miami Dade Chamber of Com
merce. an executive board mem-
ber of the Boy Scouts of America,
a member of the board of trustees
of the United Funo and a recipient
of the Harold Bosworth Award lot
Humanitarian Services in the Com
munity.
The SlOO-a-plate lormal dinner
on Feb. 20th at the Fontainebleau
Hotel is the principal means of
support for Ihe continued efforts
of the Florida Region of NCCJ.
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/pH/ Paqe 3-A
Prisoners Cross Suez Canal Teen Youth Groups In Study Conclave
Temple Artath Yeshurun teen
youth groups will sponsor a week-
end conclave ol study and socials,
weekend Members of Temple
Israel in Miramar will spend the
weekend in North Miami Beach,
Late Pridaj services will he
conducted by the youth groups
On Saturday, study groups will be
led b; Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. and
In the evening, the intermediates
will attend an oratory contest fol-
lowed by a dance. Senior croup
members will hosl a party.
On Sunday the delegates will go
on an a!l da> session of prayer ai I
The weekend will cone
with ;< session ol song and dance.
Committee members include Su-
san Nadler, Andi Schulman, Sus i
Miller. Debbi Smiley and I
Zwirn. David Skup is publicity
hiirinan
One jroup of the more than
ryplian prisoners oi
v.- ipp> photo1 cross the
mat en route home
hanger" for the 16 Is-
oen vho fell in-
hands in last
v War. Two of
wearing hats In
of lower photo) are
::rivinq on the eastern
: the CanaL Two Red
Kiciahj are shown
.q the orqanization's In-

Israel Gets Assurance On
[Is Suez Canal Position
Continued from Page 1-A
ihaot.po attacks by Jordanian
Loop- at the Allenby Bridge
o.pr Hw Jordan River.
Alter an initial attack, in which
the Israeli soldiers were hit. a
: < agreement was reached
ami tht Hed Cross officials moved
on the bridge to ^extricate the
i li soldiers, At that point the
Jordan resumed fire, wounding
thi Rei ioss officials. Under cov-
aeli tire, the two wounded
ere pulled out. The scene
Dl thi cidenl was a crossover
pe Arabs rejoining families
Israel reunion program
tier incident, an Israeli
an was killed and
three others wounded when their
half-track hit a mine in the Beisan
Valley. Pamphlets of the El Fatah
terrorist gani; and explosives were
found at the scene. Earlier in the
week, six persons were slightly in-
jured when Jordanians shelled
Kibbutz Gesher near the Jordan
River. The Jordanians also shelled
Kibbutz Ashdot Jaacov in the Bei-
san Valley, but no one was hurt.
Gen. Dayan reported to the
Knesset that 21 soldiers have been
killed and 76 wounded since the
end ol the June war and that, in
the same period. 45 saboteurs have
been killed and 35 wounded while
I 250 intruders were captured and
i ine n leased from pr son so far,
Pay Tribute To
Resistance Hero
GENEVA (JTAi A former
leader of the French resistance
movement who rescued 32 Jewish
children from the Gestapo in 1944
at the risk of his own lite, was pre
sented with the Award of Kieht-
eoutness here this week, a silver
medal and illuminated scroll sym-
bolizing Jewish gratitude for acts
ol bravery tor non-Jews in their
behalf.
The recipient was Jean Def-
faught, former mayor of Anne-
masse, who served the French re-
sistance in the Franco-Swiss border
region during World War II
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Friday. February 2, 1968
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at 120 N.E. Sixth Street. Miami 1. Florida.
The Jewish Role In
Humanitarian Issues
One of the basic concepts of
Judaism has been the role of the
Jev.-.sh people as a notion devoted to
the service of God ond servinq as an
inspiration and guide to mankind.
It is this mission in world civili-
2c:;on that has qiven Jews the higher
purpose that has led to their survival
jr. rood times and in bad.
When Jewish leaders of our time
d.rcct their efforts outside the imme-
diate concerns of the Jewish com-
munity, to the problems and ills that
plague their fellow men, they are,
therefore, followinq the highest tra-
dit;ons of their heritage.
Such efforts were involved in a
historic brief filed in the United States
Surreme Court by the National Com-
munity Relations Advisory Council,
the coordinating body representing
al. segments of American Jewry.
The brief advocated the use of
a century-old civil rights act to up-
hold the rights of Negroes and other
minorities to open housing in all
parts of the country.
While the experiences of Amer-
lccr. Jews as the targets of various forms of
housing discrimination in the past have pro-
vided the ODportunitv for Jewish identification
12& ^f Problems of the American Negro, the
NCRAC action went far beyond any such
comparison.
The arguments in the brief reflected the
recognition that, in contrast to the housing dis-
crimination against Jews which was only a
form of social insult, the bias aaainst Nearoes
err.rodies injurv and damage that is far worse-
that, in fact, defies anv attemot at comparison'
Another maior steo in i^e direction of in-
tensifying Jewish efforts on the aenercl wo,id
scene was the announcement last week of
p ~r.s for the establishment cf a Jewish welfare
and rehabilitation program among refuqees in
v;e: Nam.
Three national'v Dreminent Jewish le-rd-s
have gone to Viet Nam to determine the feasi-
bility of such a program.
The purpose cf th's move v.-rs to estab'ish
a Jewish presence in this war-torn area w'^ere
various reliaious mow h-tve ben wor'.cim
but no Jewish organization has yet baqun oo-
ercrion. ^
VvTvle Jews havo bee-i cr'iv<* as individ-
uals in Viet Nam relief presets, they have not
yet functioned as a group.
Initial dans of the American Jewiih Serv-
ice Committee on Civilian Re'ief in VM N~m
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The President's Situation
various types of refugee aid, with
call for
special emphasis on children.
Such projects are in the finest tradition of
the historic Jewi=h involvement in efforts to
cope with the problems that plague mankind
They seek no poitical or material compensa-
tion and are aimed at providing services where
they will do the most good.
It is through acts such as these that Jws
have been able to fulfill the prophecy of the
book of I?aiah:
"And I will give you as a liqht to the
nations, that my salvation may reach to 'he
end of the earth."
Farewell To Abe Harman
portent posts in Israel's foreian service and
his period of duty was marked by some of the
mace crucial developments in the 20-year his-
tory of the Jewish State.
It was a period when Britain and subse-
quently France turned away from open support
of Israel and in which the United States be-
came increasingly more important in Israel's
toreign relations.
Ambassador Harmon's diolomacy contrib-'
uted greatly to American-Israeli understanding
in the shadow of a Slate Department tradition-
ally oriented toward pleasin-j the Arabs at the
expense of Israel.
His task was not easy and the hiqh de-
gree of friendshio enioved bv Israel in tlvs
country ,s to a qreat extent due tc the efforts
of Ambassador Harman.
onlvBnnHho?Kdip!0:Tla,ir achi-v^ents were
only part of his success in the United State;
u?euan n\ ther hracIi diplomat. Am-
r t V11 le,t hi" lmP' en the Amer-
W?iv ? m u'!dlnC ^Vsalem'8 regions w
Washimton his warm personality succeed
unoretentious nature o'f the JKjEriE
contrast to the key role he played
A familiar figure to Miami Jewry Ambr=
sador Harman addressed oatherin^ m ouTSy
on many occasions and it was under his oa
WASHINGTON In the after-
math of the message on the State
oi the I'nion. the first thing to
note is that the President's situa-
tion in the country had already
improved Importantly before he
mounted the rostrum of the House
of Representatives,
The speech should help, for it
v .- clever enough politically. But
the basic reason that Mr. John-
son ha- been gaining is thai the
Johnson haters have b *n I
ground, The opponents ol the war
in Vietnam have been too shrill,
tea vicious and too violent. And
the more articulate among them
also come from special groups
whose powers of self-admiration
are only matched by their power
to alienate average Americans.
The sanjegj)rt for the more ex-
treme blatk" power leaders who
are the loudest Johnson-haters
of the lot. Una there is a ques-
tion maYfr; .tor urban violence
next summer, firmly dealt with
as it surety will be. can cut into
the Xegrd yote'-t^aj "is so impor
tant to any Democratic candi
But for every Negro vote
the President loses in this man-
ner, he is likely to gain one or
more white votes.
OPINION POLLS
For some time the regular pub-
lic opinion polls have been reg-
istering gains by the President".
With the racist, former Gov.
George Wallace in the race, in
fact, the polls have been showing
all potential Republican candi-
dates ; atbei far behind Mr John-
lith tne sole exception of
' '' Nelson Rockefeller of New
\ uk
i confirmation
: trend I by I <
comes from the pri
ition headd by
Quayle Tu suci ,ive
i-ere I iken bj Qt :, |e
'- who wanl -d in
late ol mind ol Wesi \
. Dec 1
Jan. l.
Pt for R ckef.
IVesi Vir

on the pa
''''' "i the pollees were un
1 With the undecided out
::v.;:,! Johnson had ., stable
jusl 4 points over Ro
ellerinthis heavilj Democ.
state, ivhich the Pres
by more than two-thirds of the
' vote in !!;-
dent widened his lead over Gov
George Romney by no less than
14 points, ending with the same
score of 55 to 34.
There base been plenty ftf oth-
er indicators pointing in the sai
direction, such as the recent, verj
interesting soundings taken .
Wisconsin by the Wall Stre I
'.....nal In this state where Set!
i ene McCarthy ought to be
d ling very well indeed. little en-
isiasm was found for the Mc-
Carthy candidacy. And thi> was
i ched by much evidence of
real respect, if not affection: for
Lyndon Johnson as President.
Even w.th the war in Vietnam.
then, the President's situ.-.t.
n nst now be rated highly'satis-
factory. Yet one must ernpha-
that now" because the
peculiar character of Lyndon
Baines Johnson makes him-pe-
culiarly vulnerable to any un-
expected slings and arrows of
outrageous fortune.
When the country has finally1
settled down with a prt>hirp.a|
it seems to have done with the
war, his peculiarities are not so
dangerous to the President But
they can be very dangerous in-
deed when there is any unfor-
seen bad trouble which may
also happen in the war. "
The point about Lyndon John-
son is that the very qualities
which helped to make him a great
legislative leader almost' me
chanically forbid him to be an
inspiring leader in the White
House Hi- obsessive secretive-
ness did no harm in the Senate
nor did his equally obsessive con-
cern for what he calls "freepin.:
in- options open."
JOHNSON VILNLRABII
l: ii the \\h;re House, .: is
; "' f 'it To lead the nation
Presidi nt n | ,<:. .*-.. ta] ,-
live is A, for n as
:; '' ( or, il there is a sudd
- he mu respoi .1 b\
logetoul ol this a
x, for reasons \ and z."
n you tell th m >rld v here .
' I Why, howe-
cally do two othei
as well Bj stressing yo
- you inevitably highl
or even reveal all sorts of fa.
is hard for a Here)
man to do And by saying .
wai to go in oi.e direction, j
inevitably foreclose your opir':
to take o f in the opposite dire.
ton; an I this is even harder :
Lyndon .'ol,,, ion to do.
Mr Johu>on Is vulnerable I
misfortune, in fact, because h.
lacks the knack of politic.
lership, despite his largene-
"i dimension, his longing to !ea
and his immense political axpei
ence Bui when the time conn-
generally does what needs .1
\il this, p|us his opponent*
folly, explains where be Stan
:th the country today.
All segments of American Jswry join-d e!eCted ,he next President of .he'Vebrew' !l'?
together this week to bid a warm farewell to Ve1,y in Jerus'em.
j
.__ ,7- *" "uihi uireweil to
Avraham. Israels Ambassador to the United
States for the past eight-and-a-half years.
As his country's Ambassador in Wash-
ington, Mr. Harman held or.e of the most im-
continue in anv caoacity that Ahl uL *
HIDKNS LEAD
' j" ""' short month be-
the two Quayle polls. Mr
5<>" widened his lead over
" ''lent Richard
''> M less than 16 points
.core of 55 to ^
same period, the Presi
,Cm *S revision jKro^rams
HoCood Ma,avsky- 1-n.ple Beth Shalom.
HosT buTflel3? aT The Jewish Worshli> Hour
Topic '" o7 fo,,?^''- H(l'*h,1>aV,d ( ""g'^ation.
F,b. 6-ch 2 i ,''in*1Fedfra"on programs
Topic Latin I 3 p m Man l0 Man.
pic i.atin America (alls
Moderator: Rev Uther c.Pierce
art.npants: Rabb, A,fred Waxman. Temple Zion:
*" spaS S5wdlMtor'F,orida Me,ho-
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Pace SA
Conservative Rabbis' Opinions Differ On
Status Of Children Of Mixed Marriages
NEW YORK .Vivo cv..___:..._.
-: :iq plans for the Vicennial Ball of the
::de:s University Club of Greater Miami
from left): Paul R. Gordon. Mark L. Har-
ris, Herman L. Shaw and Leonard A. Wein
president and chairman of the even, which
takes place Sunday evening. Feb 11
llrandeis U. Club Honors Sachar
,i
\bra n L. Sach.ir, founding
of llrandeis University,
i honored by the Brandeis
rsitj (iub of Greater Miami
< group's Vicennial IJall on
iy, Feb. 11. Leonard A. Wien.
"I of the club and chair-
i of the ball. said. The event
the Hil.on i'laza marks the 20th
nersary of the university.
Mini her guest at the ball will be
Li irence a Wicn, who will be
welcomed as the new chairman of
thi bo;-rd of trustees of Brandos
University.
I>r. Sachar recently asked the
.erslty'i board of trustees to
M'lect a new president so that he
Quebec To Aid |
Jewish Schools
MONTREAL-Jewish education
officials reported this week that
agreement had been reached in
principle on contracts with Jewish
day schools here under which the
chools will receive Quebec gov-
ernmental financial aid covering
most of the per pupil costs for the
-< ( lar portion of day school edu-
'i under a new provincial law.
Representatives of the Canadian
'< wish Congress and the Protestant
School Board of Greater Montreal
reached the general agreement in
tiations for affiliation
: ''' schools with the school
board.
could devote time to writing and
research.
Om of the few university pres-
idents who is also a member of
he faculty, Dr. Sachar continues
to teach a course in 20fh cen-
tury history. H's "A H:stary or
the Jews," a best-selling work
now in its 26th printing, is the
standard single-volume Jewish
history.
As an administrator. Dr. Sachar
Three Israelis
Are Killed By
Jordan Fire
Continued from Page 1-A
General U Thant, in reply to an
earlier complaint from Israel Am-
bassador Yosef Tekoah. who ac-
cused Jordan of a "wanton at-
tack." Jordan asserted that Israel
started the shooting "to discour-
age expelled Arabs from returning
to their homes.")
Observers said that the initial
Jordanian fire had been aimed at
soldiers stationed at the Jordanian
side of the bridge to arrange for
the family reunion traffic, in ac-
cordance with established agree-
ment with Jordan. The Red ( ross
officials were wounded while try-
ing hi help extricate the wounded
isiaHi soldiers.
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Status ot children of Jewish mixed
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Friday, February 2. 1968
Israel's Labor Minister. Gen. Yiqal Alion (center) confers
with leaders of the Combined Jewish Appaal-Israel Emer-
gency Fund during his visit to Miami this week. Shown
with Gen. Allon are Norton S. Pallot (left), chairman of the
1968 drive; and Robert Russell, associate chairman.
Peace Still Not In
Sight In Mideast
Continued from Pege 1-A
which want peace with Israel now
cannot afford it. And those which
can afford it. do not want it." Gen.
Allon said Soviet rearmament of
the defeated Arab states has vir-
tually nullified all the gains made
by Israel in the Six-Day War. "Rus
fan military advisors have reach-
ed down to br-ade. even battalion
levels."' he said.
Leader of one of the three par-
ties in Israel which merged this
month to form a united Labor
Party, Gen. Allon praised this
step, and added "I hope that the
other parties also mer.ne so that
by the 1969 elections we may
have no more than three major
parties to confront the voters."
Mayor Shepanl Broad of Ba>
Harbor Islands served as chairman
Of Monday night's dinner, which
also featured a talk by national
I'JA chairman Paul Zuckerman of
Detroit, a winter resident of Bay
Harbor Islands. Mr. Zuckerman
followed Gen. Alton's well received
speech with an appeal "to more
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Also taking part in the dinner
were Robert Russell, associate
chairman; Leon Kaplan, presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation which sponsors
and conducts the CJA-IEF cam-
paign; and Dr. Irving Lehrman,
presic'nt of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical Association.
During his visa to Miami this
week. Gen. Allon told The Jewish
Floridian thai Israel is "in great
need of increased immigration,
particularly from the free world
and the United State- He said the
recent extension of military serv-
ice for Israeli youths had been a
factor in reducing unemployment,
and that there still is a shortage
of skilled labor and management.
"Although defense accounts for
- line 70 percent of our budget for
the new year, education is the sec-
ond biggest and most important
item for Israel," the Labor Minis-
ter asserted.
Gen. Allon called on France
to complete delivery of 50 jet
planes ordered and paid for be-
fore last year's hostilities, and in
general applauded American
policy in the Middle East.
But he pointed out that Israel
received no military assistance
last June, "and do you think a
single Jew would have remained
alive if we had lost that war'.'"
Attorney Entering Politics
Stephen H. Butter, a practicing
attorney in the Greater Miami
area, has announced his candidacy
for the Florida House of Repre-
sentatives in May's Democratic
primaries. Mr Butter is a member
o' the American. Dade County and
Miami Beach Bar Association's and
has written a book entitled -Legal
Rights of Women in Florida."
Westview Federation Day Thursday
Golf enthusiasts will take a lead-
ing pert in the 1968 Combined Jew-
ish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
joint campaign during the annual
Westview Federation Day. winch
will be held at the Westview Coun-
try club Thursday.
An outstanding array of events
is planned for the Sixth Annual
Westview Federation Day. high
lighted by the shotgun golf tourna-
ment and a stag dinner
A record attendance is expected
this year to participate in the day-
long activities, which will be cap-
ped by a meeting with Zvi Kolitz.
noted Israeli playwright. Cochair-
men lor the day are David P. Cats-
man. Herbert Login and A. .1. Mo
lasky.
Officers of We-tview who are
aiding the effort are: Ferd S. Mey-
er, president: Mr. Catsman. chair-
man oi the board: Lawrence C
Porter, executive vice president:
!'>. J .Wagner, first vice president:
Dr. Richard E. Deutch. second
vice president: Leonard Miller,
secretary: Arnold Strauss, treasur-
er; William A. Weintraub. assistant
secretary and Simeon Spear, as-
sistant treasurer
Members of the board of direc-
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incl ud e Melviu .1. Cohen. Dr
Deutch. Ernes) Jan >. Sidney Lei-
court, Dr. Harold Rand, Dr Lester
A. Russin, John Serbin and Louis
Spitzer.
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Blum: a prograi i committee head-
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Hi-Rise Division Sets
CJA Campaign Events
The High Rise and Residents Di- He was subsequently assigned as
vision, under the leadership of Ben Consul in Cyprus, later as Foreign
Essen, is moving into high gear Ministry Press Officer and Spokes-
tor the 1968 Combined Jewish, man in Jerusalem. From 1961 to
Appeal Israel Emergency Fund 1966. he served as Counselor of the
joint campaign with several build Embassy of Israel in Washington,
lugs on Miami Beach holding func- '
^Jen-isi- fkridHcum
Paqe 7-A
lions for the campaign.
Mr. Essen has made arrange-
menls for outstanding speakers to
attend the various functions. Ap-
pt-aring at the Treasure Housfl
pies Sunday and at a Coastal
Towers Feb. 11 meeting will be
Daniel NeaJ Heller, chairman of
tli, Trades and Professions Divi
i the !J>68 CJAIEF cam
paign.
X. v Sufott. former Consul for
Israel Embassy in Washington.
will be the featured speaker
n i lol Hall and the Crystal
<
Sufott received hi- prepara-
. hooling in England and dur-
1943 1950 pursued studies at
n College, Oxford, where
arded the B.A and MA.
During this period, in
1948, he went to Israel to
- a \ ilunteer in the Israel
Forces during the War of
i Vftei being wounded in
ii liberation of the Gal-
October 1!48. he returned
I nited Kingdom and con-
i Ms course of stud)
. 150, Mr Sufott joined the
1 Foreign Mini-try. Six years
took leave for a two year
I!
>l study al the Institute of
astern Languages of Yale
rsity, when he specialized
the Chinese language
Sufott returned to the For-
Ministry in Jerusalem in 1958
Pallot Addresses
Southeast Meet
Of B'nai BVith
A nationwide plan to give sup-
port to senior citizens housing pro-
ims was announetd recently by
I \lbert Pallot, first international
\ iee president of the Order of
B nai B'rith,
Mr Pallot addressed delegates
from B'nai B'rith Lodges in seven
southeastern states at a meeting of
l Irict Grand Lodge No. 5 in
Richmond, Va The housing pro-
gram is a new undertaking by
i i B'rith to help establish ade
quate duellings tor elderly persons
ol limited Incomes.
He also reported on the critical
limitations exerted on the B'nai
B'rith Health and Welfare Agen
Cies in the State of Israel dining
tin recent emergency period.
Also attending the regional
Hinting were Judge Milton A.
Friedman, a member of the Dis-
trict No. 5 Executive Board and
Paul Seiderman, a Miami Beach
Councilman ami president-elect of
District Grand Lodge No. 5.
DC.
Th first of the four programs
will take place Sunday in the
Treasure House South card room.
Treasure House, Treasure House
South and Treasure Point will
hold a joint residents breakfast,
according to Alfred Fox, chair-
man.
Cochairmen for this function,
which will have Mr Heller as the
main speaker, are: Joseph Horo-
witz and Morn- liist from Treas-
ure llou-e: Abe E Fogelman and
Edward Singer from Treasure
House South and Herman Schwartz
from Treasure Point Those work
ing on the committee include:
William Berben. Carl Blitz, Sam
Franklin, Benjamin Ginsky. David
Kreda, David Kreeger, Jack
Krouner. Charles Leibovici, Harry
Michael- Samuel Peterseil, Alex
Portnoy, George Reiter, Jack M.
Sachs and [gnats Spitz
Camelot Hall ami Coastal Tow-
ers will hold simultaneous cock-
tail parties on Feb. 11 in their re-
spective buildings, with Mr Heller
speaking at Coastal Towers and
Mr. Sutotl at the Camelot Hall.
J, George Kofman is arrange
ments chairman for Camelot Hall.
and the tour cochairmen are: A.
Max Axelrod, Leonard Fluin. Al
belt J Ilirsch and Aaron Koren
\ aes
Committee from Camelot Hall
includes: Benjamin R. Bresler.
Isaac Donen. Hyman Fisher. Leon
Goldman. Morris Hauler. Abe
Kenzer. Simon D Kerman. Philip
Kessler. Max M Raskin. Samuel
Schwartz. Charles A. Steinberg,
Max I). Thorner. Sam Wa-serstrom.
William Wlnneg, Maurice H. Wolf-
son and Dr. Manuel Yavelow.
Chairman from Coastal Towers
for the CJA IFF is Irving Cypers
Louis Poller Is Named
As Associate Chairman
Z'EV SUFOTT
and Mrs Harry Kimball is the co-
chairman. Committee members in-
clude \i; and Mrs Murray Ab-
ram-on. Mr and Mrs Rube Adler,
Mr and Mrs. Theodore Herman.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Cohen Mr
and Mrs Joseph Feldheim, Mr and
Mr- Jack Fox, Nathan Genden.
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Goldstein, Mr.
a'd Mrs. Louis A. Goodman, David
Grossman Mr. and Mrs Martin
Harnick. Mr and Mrs. Sol Kaye.
Many Kimball, Joseph Kimball,
Mr and Mr.- Maurice Kraut. Rob
ert Krinzman, Mr. and Mr.- Max
Levey. Mr and Mrs Bernard I.e-
vinc Mr, and Mrs Morris Margo
l-n. Mr and Mr- Joseph Peral,
Mr and Mrs Martin Schreiber,
Mi.- R isc S ibel, Hj man L Wayne
and Mr. and Mrs Irving Zabin.
Mr. Sufott will speak at the
cocktail party of Crystal House
residents Feb. 12 in the Crystal
House dining room.
Louis Harris. CJA eochairman of
the Resident- and High Rise Di-
vision, announced that Max Mitch-
ell is the Crystal House chairman
and cochajrmen are: Charles Lip-
kin.-. Philip Lustlne, Morris Norian,
Charles Reskin and Albert Riskind.
Committee members include:
Aisik Rrener. Louis Bresler. Louis
Davidson. Murray Drexler. Sam
Friedland, Joseph H. Gardner. Al
Goodman, Samson Hittner. Sam
Louis Fuller. Miami and Bay
Harbor Islands civic and Jewish
communal leader, who returned
this week from an intensive study
mission to Israel, has been named
associate chairman of the 1968
Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund.
Mr Poller served as associate
chairman to Leonard Rosen in last
year's historic IFF drive which be
gan hours alter the Six-Day War
in June.
The energetic financier now
serves as Greater Miami chairman
for the Weismann Institute, co-
chairman of the national Histadrut
Mid-Winter Conference, vice chair-
man of the YM-YWHA of Greater
Miami Development Fund
His appointment to serve with
Mayor Shepard Broad of Bay
Harbor Island.- and industrialist
Robert Russell was announced by
Norton Pallot, general chairman
of the CJAIFF drive.
CONDOMINIUM UNIT
Mayshie Friedberg and the Rev
Max Weiss have been appointed
cochairmen of the Condominium
Section of the CJA-IFF South
Shore Division, according to Abra-
ham A. Grunhut, chairman of the
division,
Mr. Friedberg and Mr. Weiss
joined Mr. Grunhut and Sam Lach
man. chairmen of the South Shore
Hotel Division, giving the 1968
Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund joint campaign
strong leadership to assure a suc-
cessful campaign in that area
For years, Mr. Friedberg has
supervised condominium cam-
paigns in Miami and Miami
Beach by himself, going from
building to building telling the
story of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal and collecting donations for
the support of more than 40
agencies supported by the Great-
er Miami Jewish Federation's
annual drive.
Over the years. Mr. Friedberg
has collected thousands of dollars
organisations. Last June, during the
Six Day War emergency, the 86
year-old community leader worked
virtually around the clock in the
Israel Emergency Fund campaign.
Many of the condominium.- have
already started to conduct cam-
paigns in their buildings, with ad-
ditional residents assuming leader
ship. Mr. Julius Nadel from the
Jefferson Condominium. 1698 Jef-
ferson Ave.. Miami Beach, organ-
ized a committee in his building
and started receiving contribu-
tion-.
MOTEL GROUP
David I'orvin. Morton Stein Jo-
seph Hart and Larry Silver man
have been named cochairmen ol
the Motel Group for the 1968 Com
limed Jewish Appeal Israel Fmer-
gencj Fund joint campaign, Norton
S Pallot, general chairman, an-
nounced.
Messrs, Porvin, Stem and Silver-
man all served in the same ca-
pacity during the 1961 campaign.
Because ol the dire emergencj fac-
ing .lew- all over the world, they
again volunteered then- services
Mr. Hart, president of the Casta-
ways Motel, is joining them this
year to make the Motel (iron;)
drive the mosl intensive ever Mr.
Porvin is the owner of the Ocean
Shore Motel and Mr Stem is w il i
the Colonial Inn
MERCANTILE UNIT
Four men will head the Depart-
ment and Retail Stores Group of
the Mercantile Division, according
to Herman Hammer and Louis i.
Davis, cochairmen of the Mercan-
tile Division.
Named cochairmen for the group
are: Edward Berman from Mag-
gie's; Gordon Scobel from Sak's
Fifth Avenue: Sanford Sprint/.
from Jordan Marsh of Florida and
Dave Miller from Baron- Slack
Bar.
An additional appointment to
the Druggists Division also was an
nounced. Jerome Stern of Roberts
Gerald Lewis. Julius for Israel through CJA. Histadrut. Drug Store will be eochairman of
Knepper. J
Rosenberg and Philip Thau.
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Triday. February 2. 19C8
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f'rHuv. February 2, H!08
Peak Attendance Due
At Lawyers Dinner
What is expected to be the larg-
est attendance in the history of
the Lawyers Division of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal will greet
Sen. Wayne Morse Monday night
at the Dupont Plata Hotel, accord-
ing to unit chairman 1.. Jules Arkin
of Miami Beach.
Miami Beach attorney Arthur H.
Courshon is host for the 6:30 p.m.
dinner at which the Oregon Demo-
crat will talk.
Sen. Morse has been a champion
of the cause of the State of Israel
since the inception of the Jewish
state, and has been a frequent vis-
itor to Israel.
He will discuss the continuing
Middle East crisis and U.S. policy
towards a final solulion of the
Arab-Israeli confrontation which
exploded into last June's Six Day
\ War.
Mr Courshon noted that all Jew-
j ish attorneys in Greater Miami are
i invited to the CJA-IEF dinner, and
that lawyers may make reserva-
i lions at the offices of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
Mr. Arkin, chairman of the di-
, vision which numbers more than
700 lawyers, is a past president of
! the Kiwanis Club of Miami Beach,
a member of the new City of Miami
Beach Planning Commission, and
j former chairman of the Profes-
sional Services Division of the
I Miami Beach Chamber of Com-
I merce.
Federation Sponsors Miami U. Lectures
OVI
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Arthur Courshon
Jules Arkin
Rabbinical Association
Sets Campaign Sabbath
The Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami has issued a procla-
mation designating this weekend as
"Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund Sabbath."
The proclamation was issued in
the name of the Association by Dr.
Irving l.ehrman. president and
Kabbi Solomon Schiff. executive
vice president.
The 'Sabbath' will launch the
month of February as Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund Month, which inaugurates
the 1968 campaign.
which is sponsored by the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, is the
oldest and largest fund-raising arm
of the Jewish community. It pro-
vides the humanitarian needs of
over fifty beneficiary agencies-
local, national and overseas.
"The Israel Emergency Fund "is
a crash program to provide vitally
needed funds to enable Israel to
withstand the tremendous eco-
nomic burdens which have been
brought on as a result of th* re-
cent hostilities in the Middle Easti
S i n c e the crisis continues un-
Luxury Theatre
In Norlhside
Shopping Center
William Goldman's luxury show-
place. The Northsidc Theatre at
NW 79th St. and 27th Ave., opened
Wednesday with the first run in
Miami of the highly touted Techni
color film, "Guess Who's Coming
to Dinner."
One of Florida's largest theatres,
the cinema palace located in the I
Northside Shopping Center boasts '
almost 2000 push-back chairs on j
one floor, the world's newest 70 mm j
projection and stereo sound, giant
wall-to-wall screen and illuminated |
paved free parking for some 20(H)
cars.
A Columbia film. "Guess Who's !
Coming to Dinner" stars Spencer
Tracy, Sidney Poitier and Kath- ,
erine Hepburn and is considered a '
sure contender for Oscar awards j
consideration.
Under a special funding arrange
ment with the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, the University of
Miami is presenting two leading
scholars in the field of Judaism as
special lecturers in the course,
"Religion in American Life."
The guest lecturers are Dr. Ber-
nard Mandelbauni. president of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America, and Dr Robert Gordis,
adjunct Professor of Religion at
Columbia University and Profes-
sor of Bible at the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary.
Arrangements for the visits of
tin- two authorities were made by
the Budget Committee of Federa-
tion, with Rabbi Morris A Kipper
of Temple .ludea and Dr. Earl
Wiener of the University of Miami
[acuity committee serving as an ad
hoc subcommittee for Federation.
Di. W. Ivan Hoy. the university's
religion department chairman, ar-
ranged the series with the com-
mittee.
This marks the first time tht
the Greater Miami Jewish com-
munity has ever funded such *n
arrangement with the Univer-
sity of Miami, Fedsration presi-
dent Leon Kaplan pointed out.
Dr. Gordis, who has been Visit-
ing Professor ol Old Testament at
i oion Theological Seminary, wi'l
continue his lectures through Feb.
7th. He is a former president ol
the Rabbinical Assembly of Amer-
ica and has written numerous
books on Biblical research and
Jewish life. His lectures are sched-
uled at 9:25 a.m. daily. Monday
through Friday.
Hi- Mandelbauni ia also l'n>tc-s
sor of Homiletics at tin- Seminar]
li,- scholarship ha i led him to work
it Midrash studies Recently he has
been al work on a volume ol the
writings "I Solon..... h tchtcr.
He is the administrator ol the
Seminar} -s American Sim lent Cen-
ter in Jerusalem and the Schocken
Institute Of Jewish Research. He I
s also the director of the ReliglO- |
Psychiatric Center for the sem-
inary, lie will lecture from Fob 8
through Pel> 14
SOVIETS HONOR
JEWISH SCIENTIST
LONDON OWNS) Prof
Lev Landau,, famed Soviet
Jewish scientist who won the
Nobel Prize in Physics in
1982, was honored by the So-
viet Union with its highest
award, the l-enin Order, on
the occasion of his sixtieth
birthday.
Prof. Landau's career was
brought to a tragic end in
1962 by an automobile ac-
cident that almost proved
iatal.
I
The proclamation reads:
"The Combined Jewish Appeal. aubat^ ,h,e "~d for fu" s.uPPrt of
the Israel Emergency Fund re-
mains a prime responsibility.
Israel Institute
To Hear Rabbi
Rabbi David Polish, founding
rabbi of Beth Emet in Evanston,
III., will be Sunday morning's guest
lecturer for the Greenfield Adult
Institute at Temple Israel. He will
speak on "The Dead Cannot Praise
God."
Co-author of "A Guide for Re-
form Jews," Rabbi Polish is visit-
"The Rabbinical Association
of Greater Miami therefore, call*
upon all synagogues and temples
to support this central fund-rais-
ing program in accordance with
the sacred Jewish tradition of
'Txedakah' which makes charity
not an option but a religious re-
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Friday. February 2, 1968

Labor Zionists Honor
Mayshie, Mrs. Green
The Farband-Labor Zionist and
i oncer Women Dinner of State,
held annuaiJy on behalf of Israel
' >nds. will take place Sunday eve-
ng, Feb. 18 at the Fontainebk'au
Hotel.
Morris Ncwmark has been nam-
(I Mrs. Jack Filosof will serve as
chairmen of the Committee of
I'atron-llco-ts. A committee under
i. eir lc; dership is in formation.
Mayshie Friedbery. a familiar
iKiiie in in a n \ community en-
been named to receive the coveted
Israel Freedom Award at the din-
i si rvice to the cause of Israel dat-
g back to the early days ol the
'/. onist movement in Russia. At
tl c dinner, the coveted Woman of
\ alor Award will be conferred
u ion Mrs. Milton S. Green, who
- achieved widespread renown
for her service on behali ol Israel.
To Mark 'Jerusalem Day'
JERUSALEM (JTA) The Min-
istry Ol Tourism announced this
v eek that next June 16 will be
( lebrated as Jerusalem Day to
i. .irk tlie unification of Old and
New Jerusalem after the Six-Day
War. The program will include a
ft stive morning pilgrimage to the
Wesl Wall and an evening pro-
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In his activities for Israel. May-
shie Friedberg has been called a
one-man campaign. A familiar fig-
IIo wherever Jews gather to initi-
ate and carry out efforts tor Israel.
Mr. Friedberg has been trudging
the Streets and knocking on doors
on behalf ol Israel Bonds and oth-
er drives for Israel through the
years.
Mr. Friedberg, who recently cel-
ebrated his 86th birthday, was a
lad of ten when he first began
raising money for the cause of
Israel in his native town of Novo-
grudock in Russia, helping his two
older sisters who were members
of the Chovevei Zion, predecessors
ol modern Zionists.
Migrating to Boston at the turn
ol the century, he continued his
vigorous and devoted efforts lor
the cause of Zionism and other
community needs
Mrs Green, a national leader of
Pioneer Women, is president ol the
Greater Miami Council of Pioneer
Women and chairman ol Ihe six-
state Southeast Region. Active on
oehali ol many oilier worthy com-
munity cause-, she is a vice presi-
dent of the Federation ol Jewish
Women and a vice president of the
South Florida Zionist Council. She
is a member of the national speak-
ers bureau of Pioneer Women. In
lftb'4 Mrs. Creen was one of twen-
ty outstanding United States wom-
en selected for a six-week seminar
in Israel conducted by the National
Pioneer Women's Organization
and the Jewish Agency.
Johnson's Rights
Message Backed
By Jewish Groups
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this week President Johnson's civil
rights message and urged prompt
Congressional action based on the
President's proposed new civil
rights bill.
Expressing support in messages
In Mr. Johnson were Bertram II
Gold, executive director of the
American Jewish Committee. Dole
Schary, chairman of the Ann
Defamation League of H'nai BTith:
Howard Squadron, chairman of
the American Jewish Congress
Commission on Law and Social Ac
tion, and Adolph Held, president of
the Jewish Labor Committee.
Mr. Gold declared in a telegram
to President Johnson: "Your civil
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overdue steps needed to enable all
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Mr Held called on the President
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By Special Report
NEW YOKK Prime Minister
Levi Eshkol and Foreign Miniter
Abba Eban will be key speakers at
the first major conference to be
held in Israel by Hadassah. the
Women's Zionist Organization of
America. Feb. 10-14.
More than ISO Hadassah leaders
representing the organization's
318.000 members throughout the
United States and Puerto Rico
will participate in the conference,
which is unprecedented in lladas
ash's 55-year history Sessions will
be held at different locations in
Jerusalem
As representatives, of Hadassah's
membership throughout ihe United
States and Puerto Rico, the con-
ference participants will concern
themselves with evaluating Hadas-
sah's programs in Israel and in
the United States They will also
make decisions that will affect the
ization's activities in the next
twelve months
A high point of the collier n r
will be tlie presentation ol two
Henrietta Szold Awards each
comprising a citatum and a $1,000
.:i!t The ln-i award will lie given
Auschwitz Nazi SS
Convict Is Set Free
BONN (JTAl A notorious Nazi
war criminal, convicted of partici-
pating in the murder of 8.000 Jews
at the Auschwitz death camp, was
released from pri.-on this week
alter serving less than three years
of a nine-year sentence imposed
on him by a Frankfurt court on
Aug. 20. 19to
The freed man is Victor Cape
sius, who was an SS officer and
pharmacist at Auschwitz and was
regarded as one of the worst of-
fenders tried at the first Auschwitz
war crimes trial.
His crimes included theft of Jew-
ish property lor his personal use.
The court explained its action
by the fact that Capesius' appeal
is still pending before Ihe High
Court and said that it did not think
the convicted man would try to
escape Capesius is a wealthy man.
owner of several pharmacies in
West German} His release i~ re
garded hire a- the most serious of
the increasing number ol releases
mauled convicted war criminals
to the Rothschild family in recog-
i nition of their contributions to the
development of Israel and the ad-
vancement of health. It will be re-
ceived by Mrs. James de Roths
child of London. England. The
second award will be presented in
recognition of the contributions of
Hadassah nurses to the health of
Israel and will be accepted by Mrs.
Ktty Margalit. principal of the Hen
rietta Szold- Hadassah School of
Nursing.
The Hadassah leaders will par
ticipate in groundbreaking cere
monies lor the Siegfried and Irina
Ullmajl Building for Cancer and
Allied Diseases, which will house
Hadassah's Moshe Sharett Institute
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THE BURDEN OF THE VALLEY OF VISION
by Benjamin Min Ha'anavim
I'his little booklet is publisRed
Sail) Mayor Fonndatio" .'{
in Kehavia. Jerusalem The
ras written by a 13th con*
rj Jewish Roman poet, Talmu-
n! holar and author ol manv
livutim" Included In the liturgy
,.i Italian Jewry.
It is written in rhymed prose.
\ i rj likely, it is a most early ex-
ample of Hebrew puMicistic
lit. While the book is import-
ant, the event whieh its printing
u inorates is of equal, if not
ater, importance
In 1475. the .lews ol Trent.
laly, were condemned, tortnrr-d
executed. The cause was the
accusation of "blood libel"
-I the Jews who had been
ving in this Tyrolean town for
almost 200 years. They were ac-
: .if murdering a bo> by the
name of Simon. The rich mem
., > of the community were ex
ted, their property confiscat-
ind the poor were expelled
iver 400 years, no .lew was
mitted to reside in Trent.
I ir many years, the bodj of
< was carried in an annual
--'on through the streets of
I tj I ater, the event was
ricd to a decennial parade
i interim, the boy was pro-
ned ;i Beatus and included
the list ol martyrs of the
h The proceedings against
the Jews were sanctified bj P ipe
Sixtin IV even though the Bishop
of VentimigUa showed that the
charges w< re a mere tissue ol
lies
The Vatican's HoI> Office in
.lune approved a report that the
charge laid against the Jews al
most 4(io years previously was
without foundation In October.
1965, the Archbishop ol Trento,
Alessandro Maria Gottardi, in- '
strneted the priests of the Diocese
of Trento to cease the rites ol
the Beatus Simone and the bod\
of the child was then removed
from the l hurch S Pietro of that
city
The importance ol th'S event
to American Jews cannot be
cas'ly appreciated. There are yet
several other youths who have
been sanctified b> the Vatican
because ol the groundless charge
that they had been murdered so
that .lews could Use their blood
to make matsoh or use it for
oilier religious purposes How
long u ill it take the Church to
rectify these errors? Will the
Church ever say "al ha-tasi?"
T'i facsimile edition of t''p
volume bearing the title at the
head ol this column was publish
ed l < the Pound ttion rained in
honor ol Sallv Mayei 1875 1953)
who was .in Italian industrialist
.ind head of the Jewish com
munit\ of Milan for manj years
"Jewish War Veteran^ W-sek" is proclaim-
ed by the City of Miami in ceremonies pre-
ceding the crcanizc tion's r.nnua! Taa Day
next Wednesday end Thu'sday. Shown
Eiwin L. Feibelmcn. development trustee
and post quartermaster; M s. Svlvia Lieb-
man. er>ioi vie n e iH-->* I.td'r.s A"v'1i-
rrv; Mrs. Belle Swartz president; Williar
G. Samet. commc.nder Ncrman Bruce Brow:'
Post, Jewish War Vetarans; Ralph Rosofsky
national adjutant JWV; Mrs. Athalie Ranqe
City Commissioner- Maurico Ferre commis
sioner; Mayor Stephen P. Clarke; and fa
rirrht. D^vid Krn"dv. commissioner.
Misrachi Women Plan Aid Project For Arab Girl*
it was announced here bj Mrs. nonced
Aarn 1.1 cifer. national pres'dent. The administration and facu/y
Curriculum development, a eon- of the Beth Zeirot Mizrachi, Je
tinuing advisory service and pilot salem. the vocational high scho-il
. equipment will be provided the tor g i r 1 s sponsored by Mitra.
dents in two A:ab vocational high Arab schools by Mizrachi Women Women. wiJI serve as resource p
schools for girls in East Jerusalem, starting this month. Mrs I eifer an sonnel for the undertaking
\T.-v YORK The Mi/achi
Women's Organization of America,
the major women's religious /.ion
isi organization in the U.S., will
aid in the education of Arab stu-
.,.-
. .....
Bid Farewell To
Israel's Envoy
Continued From Page 1A
ewish community." Itabbi Scbac-
ilso said that the American
is of the Hebrew University
tad started a SI million scholar-
endowment in the envoy's
lonor
Mr. Hirman told the 500 din-
ner quests that the United States
had shown a "sense of decency
and fair play" to Israel and oth-
er small countries which became
ndependent after World War II.
He praised the United States for
its "unswerving" support of the
right of every state to be its own
self and to see its existence re-
spected, particularly during the
Middle East crisis last summer
and in United Nations debate
since.
Mrs. Hose |. Halprin, chairman
ol the American .section, praised
the Hermans, at the Agency lunch-
eon for having "contributed great-
l\ to the development of Zionism
to Israel'' and said Mr. Hannan
ha l been one of Israel's leading
diplomats and Mrs, Harman an
outstanding figure in the field of
international social welfare."
Mrs. Mortimer Jacbbson. Ha-
dassah president, presented the
,.iy with a special scroll at the
brunch, Mi Sieg i ied Kramarsky.
chairman of the Hadassah medical
organisation committee, presented
the couple with a personal yift.
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Friday. February 2, 1968
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Rabbi Kipper
*
By MORRIS A. KIPPER
Temple Judea
The startling fact about the
Torafa portion of the week is that
: of those very tilings in lile
which are cliche and trite and yet
are the very
flesh of living,
itself. It is not
the major crises
or the big things
in life that Re-
ligion needs to
come and teach
us alone. For
every worth-
while organiza-
tion and good
politician will
stress the teach-
ings of Judaism
in regard to
we are reminded over and owr
the broader social picture. But
what of the everyday living, the
often painful existence of dav to
day routine? For this the Torah
is most eloquent when it is telling
a story about Moses or one of the
Patriarchs.
Consider for example the Torah
Portion of this week, which is Bo
when it describes the -Cat and
Mouse game- that Moses plays
with Pharaoh, calling upon the
power of God to inflict the plagues
upon the Egyptian people. The
careful reader will note that in the
few instances that Pahoraoh re-
lents after a plague and says to
Moses to worship the Lord, that i
each time Moses asks for just, one
thing more. First Moses asks that .
the people be allowed to leave the i
land of Egypt to worship the Lord, i
Then, that the children and wives !
go with the men to leave the land !
and then next time that the people
of Israel, with their families and I
their wealth, their cattle, their j
sheep, etc., would also have per-
mission to leave the land. Each
time Moses increases the price to '
relieve Pharaoh of the plagues.
It is a well accepted view of the
Babbis that the biblical heroes are
most human and possess many
weaknesses, similar to other
.
human beings. This instance is
only another example oi how th;'
lav giver r marly
- | i the poinl ol I i .-ig "chick-
i n." You u ill recall thai wli in
God asked Mosas to go down to
: vot to speak tor his "eop'e tl'ai
he begged off and asked if the
Lord could send someone else. And
new. once again during the series
of plague-. Moses is t"0 chicken
to lay down the provisions com-
pletely at one time, but sheep-
ishly introduces step by step the
conditions, while Pharaoh and his
people suffer the plagues.
Is this not a human condition
which many of us often find our-
selves confronted with: namely, of
never setting our ideals high, but
chickening out to the pragmatic
and practical. Ours is an age

when dreamers are "impractical
fools" and idealists are "immature
ilvVfell the mUi'Mll sets' hit
sights high. "You're young yel
You'll loarji."
And so we give crumbs to the
wvertystricken instead of radi-
cally reforming with eruptive new
concepts We modify a Religious
rxtoook which has new \;-!;i-
We modifj our personal lives while
cur young people are demanding
u completely different set of
values.
How "ch'cken" we are to really
set our sights into soaring heights.
At least Moses finally found the
Courage to break-off the shackles
of slavery and forge a fresh form
of life. A'as. mo.^t of us are too
comfortable with the unsuccessful
present ways, to dabble with the
doubtful and disturbing dust that
- '" stuff of new dreams and new
ideals.
me future of mankind is in the
hands of the Moses who will finally
break away from the "chicken
hearted."
JJVfNC HEBREW
I TWO GRANDMOTHHI8 AND
lit: PILOT .
Pilot: < grandit '"hers.
Hi .'si ..' r. ;-:. t on EI-AI?
, o you feel on our plane?
Grandmother A: Thank God, L
H n airplane, it's delightful.
Grandmother B: Read) it-.e days oi
the Messiah. Flying like a
bird in the sky.
Pilot: You should live for 120 years
and go straight h\ plane to
Paradise.
Grandmother A: You're joking.
itk c*ar r,\
8 *bv
-s .rinse fifii 2-2, tin?

Dteas mw^rmwut
,*-=;? tfma ,acn rag y< K.-^t
..; "rfitfK r?naw
..own rys Bea
t i r
TO
>oung man. By the way. I have nUKe.',U ff, -3, -U
a question. How do you fly .- r-_ i...,
planes at night? ? rTTJf B'BB BAM !jM.
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Bo
Israelites hurriedly partake of jaschal lamb. Egyptian first-
born are slain by God.
And ye shall eat it in haste it is the Lord's passover"
(Exod. 12-11). "The Lord smote all the first-born in the land
of Egypt"((12.29).
BO God sent Moses to Pharaoh once more with the
following words: "Go in unto Pharaoh ... and tell ... him:
'. if thou refuse to let My people go. behold, tomorrow will
I bring locusts into thy border" (Exodus 10.1-4). Pharaoh would
not be moved. Then God punished Egypt with a thick darkness.
Yet Pharaoh remained adamant. Finally. Moses warned the
King of Egypt that God would send the most fearful plague of
all, the death of all the first-born in the land, both of men and
beasts.
The Israelites were given the ordinance of the Passover,
so named because God passed over the homes of the Israelites
when he killed the first born of the Egyptians, on midnight of
the fifteenth day of the first month (Nissam).
Pharaoh was shaken, at last. He sent the children of Is-
rael from the land. They consisted of "about six hundred thou-
sand men on foot, beside children." In their haste to leave
Egypt, the Israelites baked Matzoh from dough that was not
leavened. Hence the prohibition against eating leavened bread
on Passover.
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is extracted
and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage,"
edited by P Wollman-Tsamir, $15. Publisher is Shengold, and the
volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President
of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang.
.
Ban Mlta<
daughter ot Mr and
Saturdaj n
van: Robert, win f
' hard Elterman.
Ml< h. lie,
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i-m Bar Mlti-
Mr. and Mrs
.GuDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Crly|e Ay*.
Orthodox Rahbi lur Ever
Fi lay 5:4 p m Saturday 8:45 am
sermon: "Religion Cannot Be Bough'l "
Bar Mitivah: Lee Joel stniba.h, son
I Mr. and Mr.-. Robert Whltloch
A?frXAT0.s"*L"OM congrega *cIn.4ativ,.MON" W NW S1M Pl
TION. 985 SW 67th Ave. Ortho.iox. Kri.ta ,
ANSHE EMES 2533 SW '9th Ave din* "!"K '"""' "' "' h ved.
Con.erv.tive^Cant._r_S0| Pakow^'- ;. 10 p.lS "'""' *am'
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William W. Lipson
Friday 5:S0 and B:18 p.m. Conflrma-
lon Sabbath Sermon: "Whai We
Are For Community Commitment."
1 onnrmands of clans '68 ,n i. honor-
ed with confirm nds of clans '58 par-
Ipatlng in Mfrficea Members i eie-
Dratlng February anniversaries will
honored, Saturday 9 ;. m. CJA
.1- Sabbath. Sermon: "The Torah
Leon. liar Mltavah: Martin son
Mr. and Mra. Waxwel] Waaa
Mlncha 5:20 |..m
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Avenue.
Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Srhiff
Friday ; p.mj Saturdaj :> ;. m Her-
"Our Moral Responsibility."
( ombtneii Jetrlsh An.....,i i .',, |
Emergency Fund Sabbath. Mlncha
5:SI p.m.
212 ''!RAir, ^""'Oth St.. M B
Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Wain.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Maurice Mtndlch
ty loader, \-iti conducl services Oneg
shabbat hosted by Marvin Schaarrin
Alvtn slegel and r>t- Robert Rogoff
honor > the wedding anniversary
f Mr and Mrs Maurice Moss Sat-
urday s ,-i m
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave .
M.B. Orthodox. Rshbi Shmaryahu T
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
BETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson.
Friday 8:15 p.m Sermon: "An An-
ntveaary Sabbath." Oneg Shabbal iii
nonor Rabbi Shapiro startlna his
al Beth Kodesh. Satur- I
8:45 ; m Sermon: "Came Too
fcf,*?-. '"' i' '" "Contentment from
uIthin."
BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip
chite. Cantor Jacok amer.
Friday 5:15 and 8:16 p m Sermon:1
Communal Donkeys and Freedom i
;:
9fJ" TFILAH. 935 Eu-I Av- Or
thodox. Rabbi_Joaeoh E, P.ackt%.
B^HuuMr\SHE CONGREGATION,
136 W. Dixie Hwy. C------..:.
L?"Bb,KDav^ 10Mn'' Carter Ben
2on Kirschenbaum
Friday > 15 p m s. ,. .
...,, Peraonallty." Ones SI
hosted by s lerhood Si i i
am. Sermon :_2on|n of ifi. Week "
VNAI RAPHAEi.'-*,"-.,, -si.a St
jpsxsn&tis:.....Ru-
OF*IiHSf",E.!' CONGREGATION
Orth^l 1K Wa.hinofn Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Dew Rosencwaia
CANDLEUGHTING T!ME
3 SHEVAT 5:45
O'ai-n Canto,- N.ithan P.irnass
': ';}'> ..... Sermon
P
,.":<'.. '" Sermon ,-.
T v): MUavah Jonathon.
J" "f Morl Barro and Mrs Jane
JACOB C. LUMf.N COMMUN.T>
T~*GO&UE Orthodox. Rabh, Tibor H. St-rr
in for Meyer Eno.l
' P in. Saturdaj > Ifl ,,,
s-""..... "Freedom bj Porci
l~E,ShE;H 'SHALL. 1416 Euclid Ave
'"tor Abraham Sen
KrldB> P m Sermon "The Im
.;. "" the War of June
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0HEV SHALOM. 7*11 Bonita Dr M B
Orthoooa N..OI-. nnmra. Weoe
"nan
S:'ll."'l;'> :' '" Sermon: "The Im.
;;;;;"" i: Tefiiim.- mi,,,..,,
iEPHARDIC. Tl"tVV*S~EN7tR
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sal, Nahmia,
Frldaj 5 p m Baturday 8:30 :, m s,
'"" The Torah is the Ugh?"
S^Y,hL^KEr,SY1.NA*GOGUE 18151 NE
Ca?la* 0r,noaox- Ra""' Jonah E
KL*2,- ??" '.? ""' Sermon: "The
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Mlncha G 30 p m.
Sl.',\ | i\
FT. LAUDERDALE TEMPLE BETH
SStfbJ!? z'*<** p^iZi.
Rabbi Philip Chaiton. Cantor Theo-
dore Mindich.
MA?LLA:NCmA,L.E -JE^H CENTER.
UM.5: Hall*ndale Beach Blvd
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
TEMPLE ADATH YtSHURUN. Con
fllwailV*-. 1(125 NF lBlrH C. a.
Careen, R.r Rabbi SSS^XSimSSSS
Cantor Harry Sterling? Scn,,nky'
Friday v tg yu,l u
'::;.'""""" In aervioea. ".,-,.,
., i,;""""" v'-.....mt" BMarte, ig
TEMPLE BETH *EL OF HOLLY-
Pilot: Look out of the window,
grandmother. Do you see a
green light?
Grandmother A: Yet, I see a green
light on the righl wing.
Pilot: Exactly, And what do you
see on ihe left wing?
Grandmother A: A red light.
Correct? A red light on the left.
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? pfr tx A* men
r ? : v
pfrp iik nijnn j*| -1?. k?3:
fHR3tf9 p,n ty
mi ?roJ .orw im :* Rnao
.Vk&vd dVin
Pilot: Now do you understand how tJM ff/tfU 1K WSJ ;e*M
we fly at night? j',,^ j>
Grandmolber A: Of course. Now 1 J*j|tfg HT VtS^ .pM :K Kr3C
reallv see that it's verv simnle. *?. i.v._ -T.- ___T
really see that it* very simple
You light a green lantern
on the right. And you light a
red lantern on the left. And the
airplane flies in the middle
and doesn't get lost on the way.
co Diis&ni JMMn
YOUR DICTIONARY FOR TODAY
wing
to light
lantern
to mistake,
to get lost

flight
pilot
air plan*
to fly
to joke, to- kid
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Friday, February 2. 1968
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COHEN

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Gambling And Crime
The rash of gangland killings
in rccenl months brings back
of my home town
1 -old newspapers during
m days. It seemed like
i guns barked anain to-
, bum the standing lead
of our crime reporter.
issue between the legiti-
, otleggefs jnd the hijack-
,:. v.i- rleareot then. It was the
j against the bad gu> -.
an stretch the imagina-
. i nigh in whitewash oi <
n akers who were sup-
3 large pan of the popu-
the liquor it want I
ti i Volstead Act which
ti | Such trade.
be ng mprtj complex today,
isons for the killings in
l unity are not so obvious.
were a-war over gambling
rj :' would make sense,
thai kind of situation does
usl here today. As a matter
ct, my guess is that State
S Robert Sbevin's call for a
- ale legislative investigation
Mafia eUkl organized crime
ii South Florida is striking out
wrong direction.
The Miami Herald feels that
"the jumble oX violence has a
p irpose," but I am inclined to
believe that it reflects instead a
state of anarchy caused by the
leath, disappearance and jailing
snj of the o'd Mafia leader-,
in recent years. The power struc-
ture of the underworld has been
:i ictured here. a< well as in other
inifies" ancT there is no one
iKc the hoods. When the
ifu lu.ld sway, it sought ear-
(o prevent the kind of
: which today are arousing
'. c imblic.
We Americans are inclined to
h i ur concept of legality to
: current moral outlook, and
should be investigated is the
\ of our society which
i so much power in the
- : the criminal element.
lim :n ,i vr isad ng n< -
can did exposes of the
used Grand J 11
in New Jersej;
j died because the people
iJdn't have cared less. One
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Grand Juror asked me if the pur-
pose of a series of articles was to
"send these criminals to jail."
"No," I told him. "it's to show
the connection between organized
gambl'nv, and the political and
social leaders of our community'"
The investigatidn ended there
The Herald once reported. "Fed-
eral authorities disclosed that a
church trustee, reputedly an offi-
ce) in many corporations" was
a bolita king's secret banker.
"Strictly business," he i (plaint d
to the FBI.
While the editorial and front
pages reek with righteous indig-
i ii on about gambling, for in-
stance, the reader, of the sports
pages is infoiuicd about the
point spread" tor the football
and basketball games. He gets
the results and the entries for
the tracks in California. Mary-
land. New York and NeAv Jersey,
when it is ooviort that the only
legal gambling here can be done
at Hialeah. If there is any reason
for publishing this other than to
inform the gambling pdBflc. it
escapes me.
Trying to enforce the laws
a;.'.inst gambling appears to be
about the same exercise in futil-
ity as enforcement of the law*
a ainst the liquor trade in the
20s and early '30s. Obviously, if
one can so to the race track, the
dog track and the jai-alai fronton
to gamble, then our society finds
nothing immoral about betting.
Then why discriminate against
those who can't afford the luxury
of coins to the track and want
to make the same quick buck by
putting a dime down for a num-
ber or a SI parlay with the en-
trepreneur on the street corner
or in the shop?
In many respects, I'm an old-
oned Puritan 1 view dimly
the lives of those who gamble,
whether it is in the Mock market
.,. 0 football games l persona'lj
: e affected if gambling
i or lotteries insti-
ll ] even buj 25-cenl
. foi charity but, il high
red i igh give the mon-
ey rather than "take a chance."
Yet, at this point 1 am inclined
to take my .-'.and with an aldei
man in my home town who. dur-
ing Prohibition, introduced a bill
to license speakeasies!
We all know they're running."
he said, "so why shouldn't the
city get the revenue instead of
the grafters?" I don't know how
effective this might be in fight-
ing organized crime, but it might
be a beginning.
Rap Judaism
Council Stand
Continued from Page 1-A
Semitism exists in the Soviet Union
as it does elsewherethe gov-
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identified with it.
He warned, however, that "in-
ternational Zionism" could ag-
gravate the situation of the Rus-
sian Jews. Ha alleged further
that press reports which do not
conform to Zionist policy rarely
appear in North American news-
papers and complained that this
applied as well as to his own
newspaper.
The contention that only the
"Zionist line" receives a fair hear-
ing in the American press has been
a consistent allegation ol the Amer-
ican Council lor Judaism and of
Aral) propagandists in this country.
In refutation of Mr. Worthing-
ton's assertion that Jews are no
worse oil than other national mi-
norities in Russia, Rabbi Miller
cited the fact thai synagogues
have been systematically closed
there, fewer than 70 functioning
today in contrast to 450 in 1956.
lli re is one synagogue for every
44.OU0 Russian Jews, compared to
1 ne 1 Inn eli for every 1.800 adher-
ents of the Russian Orthodox faith
and lor every 1.100 Baptists, he
said.
He noted further that there is
only one yeshiva in the country
and it is not functioning, which
means that there can be no re-
placements for the handful of
aging rabbis and other religious
functionaries.
Palmer
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Beach, performs a solo dur-
inq a recent con~ert el '.he
university's Choral Union.
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t'Jtnitt fhrkHan
Friday, February 2. 1968
Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
onw Novel Changes
At Public Dinners
B have some suggestions for
those "lu> arrange dinners and
banquets
All of us have occasion to at
Ihi -i- ceremonial gatherings,
and the good they do is Incalcul-
. bl.
Perhaps Hip benefit to the
cause ol philanthropy will be
matched with benefits io the cause ol good feelings
if some of my suggestions, although they may seem
drastic to some, were carried out.
First, the order of eating. The pattern now
calls for elaborate hois d'oeuvres (cum libations) be-
fore the dinner. After stuffing ourselves in this
way, we are led into the banquet hall to eat again.
Then come the speeches and' the entertainment.
Then we go home.
My suggestion is that it would be easier on
Stomachs and psyches not to eat twice in succession.
Why not have the people eat the dinner first"
Then, after the meat, let's have the meeting By
thai time we're ready to eat again. Then let's have
the hors d'oeuvres.
This might be followed at Bar Mitzvah and
wedding receptions, too.
Also let's institute a new rule. The head table
should be served last. Nothing loses the goodwill
Of people more than to sit there watching the
people at the dais (known in the trade as daisies")
being served before the others. The others have paid,
and those at the head table in most cases have not.
Even the latter would digest their food better with
out the guilt induced by the envious faces of those
who must sit and wait.
I realize how radical, even revolutionary are
these, proposals, and I know it will take a long time
to put them into effect.
I also know that these sweeping changes can-
not be introduced without getting the consent of the
caterers. They are a hard group to budge. Vet they
must have a soft spot in their systems too.
I remember, for example, a lovely wedding
reception I attended a few weeks ago. I assure
you my friends, that I've never seen two happier
people than the caterer and his wife If they can
smile, they can be moved.
Argentine Newsletter
By Asher Mibcishan
Argentine Jews Have Quiet \ear
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
The Melamed
THE WORLD i- changing Not so many!
years hack, you could hear main a
.tew say of another. "Oh, he i- a He
brew teacher." It was really surprising
how many Hebrew teachers there were,
although then few spoke Hebrew. I'
you investigated the matter, however
you discovered that the people referred!
to as Hebrew teachers were not Hebrew_________
teachers at all. The word "melamed" or Hebrew teacher
meant simply a person not acquainted with the red
vorld. A melamed" meant a simple, innocent person
who couln not cope with the competitive life. He had a
hard time getting a job and. for what he was paid, he had
to live mostly on herring and bread
Today the picture has changed. The "melamed" doesn't
seem to be so simple a person any more. A former Ik-
brew teacher of Minneapolis is now one of the titans
ol Wall StreeL Nowadays. Hebrew teachers are in great
demand. Even* tar off Japan, they are clamoring for
Hebrew teachers.
A brother of the Emperor of Japan is a fine Hebrew
scholar. There is a great deal of interest in Japan in the
Bible, and that has been one of the reasons for the de-
mand for Hebrew teachers. Also the Japanese are in-
terested in Israel A couple of hundred of them have
resided in various kibbutzim in Israel, and it is reported
that a Japanese kibbutz will be established north ol
Tokyo.
Something of the same Hebraic influence seems to
be pervading the city of Hong Kong. Presentlv. on tele-
vision, the correspondent in Hong Kong reported that a
Lindy'a Jewish restaurant opened in Hong Kong Is
doing booming business. The Chinese are lapping up the
gefilte fish, pastrami and kreplaeh. They cant get enough
ol them. The CBS correspondent said this constituted"a
revolution.
We used to know a rabbi who was very eager for
Jews to undertake missionary activity. He thought the
field was particularly ripe in the Far East. But perhaps
the way through the stomach is the belter method
BCENOS AIRES
THE argentine .icui-.li Community passed a re-
lativel) quid 1967, with not more than the usual
admixtures ol anti-Semitism. In some specific in
stances, a- in the case of a Nazi salute in a Catholic
church, the DMA. central political body ol \r i,
ne Jewry, duly protested. Generally speaking.
anti-Jewish violence did not exceed the tolerabilitv
level./The Government gol credit when it resolved
t" gel rid ol the Nazi Gerhard Bonne
\~ everywhere, the impact of the Six-Daj War
on local Jewry was immediate .and the read ion
channeled Ihrou li the Federation of Jewish Com
nunities. the Argentine Zionist Organization and
other central bodies, was instant and generous
Hundreds ol lews, old and young, queued up to
give blood, processed fo,- dispatch to Israel by
courtesy ol an official Argentine institution Some
GOO Argentine Jewish youths volunteered for Is-
rael, and a certain number of them are settling
there. Tin- United Campaign multiplies ii- revenues,
mathematically speaking, by one order of magni-
tude.
The Government is structured on two main
currents. In the economic field a mine or less ivo
liberal trend prevail-, while m the political sphere
many outstanding nationalists held dominant posi-
tions. In Argentina the nationalist movement ha*
often been associated with anti-Semitism. Once in
the Government, the nationalist leaders have a*opt-
ed a cautious course, as corresponds to the re-
sponsibility of their functions, trying to avoid an}
damage to Argentina's image abroad, with its pos-
sible sequel of deleterious economic reverberations.
Of course, among the main university profes-
sor- who left in the fust turbulent months follow-
June, l!Hi>. there were a good many Jews It
i- also a tact that presently there aie no Jews in
publ c office of any relevance The trend to "Argen-
linize" implies a growing Catholic influence. Since
I he regime is paternalistic in nature, to judge its
entions would he of little avail, albeit it were
asible The overall need is to wait and see.
Regarding Ihe relations between Argentina
and Israel, a look at events during the last 18
months i, minds one that immediately after the
June 1966 revolution, which broughl General Juan
Carlos Ongania to the rudder, there was a kind of
vacuum; relations with Israel were at the correct-
ness mark, a gradual approximation made itself
lei..
Israel Newsletter By ELIAHU SALPETER
The Power Of Public Opinion In Israel
JERUSALEM
THERE ARE probably few modern de-
mocracies where public opinion used
to count for so little as in Israel. Though
things have not changed fundamentally,
government, public institutions and busi-
ness are now slowly becoming more and
more aware of the existence of public
ophion and the public is becoming
increasingly conscious of the importance ot its opinions
The Israel (European type) electoral svstem sets
certain limits on the possible direct impact of public-
opinion. Members of the Knesset (Parliament! are elected
on nationwide party tickets and therefore if one is for
example, in favor of Mr. Eshkol and the general policies
of Mapai. one gives the vote also lor Mr. Joe Doe who
is number 40 or 45 on the list ol candidates, though he
may consider Mr. Doe a complete idiot. Consequently
Mr. Doc does not care much about the opinion of the
general public about him. as long as he stavs in the
good graces ot the party bosses who fix the order of pre-
cedence on the list of candidates and thus determine
whether Mr Doe has a chance possible a s-,f,. ,,,.
to gel elected or not
I" the past months, however the party bows have
begun to develop a much better sense of publ,,- opinion
and understand that the public "pinmns about m, Doe mai
influence 'he total number ol votes their partv receives
Hie awareness 0| the man m the street. so widly absent
r> the past, came firs, to the fore in strength in Ma^
1967. when o the eve ot the Six-Da* v m
Ehkol and m,, Qolda Meir fought looth-and-nail against
handing over the Ministry of Defense to General Davan
l;i" ""' public' a,armcd by the tightening Arab noose! on
u,e '"" "and and Mr Eshkol's apparent inability to make
any firm decisions, on the other, finally succeeded in
making the middle echelons of the coalition parties aware
of the storm and they, in turn, compelled the top echelons
of Mapai to make Mr. Eshkol appoint Gen. Dayan Minist
er of Defense.
On this occasion huge political advertisements in non-
party papers appearaed for the first time. People collect
ed funds on the streets to pay for the ads and the\
quite apparently had an impact. Naturally, after the war
Mr. Eshkol's circles expressed regret that his partvs
leadership was stampeded" into taking Dayan into the
Cabinet, but the deed was done and the public became
aware of the power of its firmly voiced opinion.
In recent months, public opinion campaigns conct-n
trated on two types of issues: political and civic Both
are making extensive use ot advertising but the re-
sults of both are far from clear yet.
On the political front, the first to come out with
huge ads was a group campaigning "against the return
ot territor.es held by Israel." no return, that is. until
there is full and formal peace between Israel and her
neighbors This seemed to take some of the wind out of
''''' '" ~ ": ""ore extremist opinions, who quickly start-
ed publishing ads -|or the annexation of the liberated
lei ritories to Israel.
This in turn, was t,, much for various young and no'
-' young intellectuals, mainly of liberal and left win- m
and they formed a third group and duly came
in with ads urging that "peace not expansion" should
h' m .1 I rael Since the extreme, annexation view
: chance for the time being, and the lack
Arab willingness to negotiate makes the slogans ot
' ',;,l('' ''" groups hypothetical, there was no tesl of the
Impacl oi these campai
Between Yov and Me:
By BORIS SMOLAR
Plans Aim At Involving Students
J^N INTENSIVE effort will now
be started to attract more
Jewish students into Jewish com-
munal activities and to make
them more aware of what is going
on in Jewish lile under a plan
Prepared by the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Fondas.
Organized Jewish communities .
are beginning^to display serious concern over the
; I. lerence o Jewish college youth to Jewish
They realize that the Jewish students, as the v
ed generation, hold the key to the fu.uiv ff
i-h communityjhey also realize thai estrange
If- o. n h ?'Sh yTh from ,he Jew,h way :
235! Wl"1"' **"**<>* and inter
-JSl'S/JftS s,,Kl>'-nl >'< made public
vSTund7!11, creil of Jewteh EHJ3
weuare Funds has Iheretore decided to take a hand
1. he situation. I, has now established a spec,a
re mm Tn,K,ee aSSis< lotal communi, "
naming Jewish vouths of tho in oe
bracket with programs aimed a, SJnlSSSJff
"ttjjyj JJ* communarmtereslT **
cent of Jewish youth of college age actually Sel
ou, h m'm hC ( JFWF Mti">ates that about three-
e s L ,h7,11ure ,n tond in colleges and unr
lewh!a,0d '" C"k"s Vvhere ttOT are organized
'to ,, ,,'',J,'Sri,h su"tantial Jewish popula-
U0D&.resources facilities, and personnel.
v-e o "the I"y 1SKVer>Jd'ff,'rent from ,h' usual I"-
m .1 iso. ,;?.'' S,U c ,,?, d ,0WnS W"n no Jcwish institutions ex-
.mc i Surn! r Ca' fedt',a serve Teu',dtr a*,n responsibility for planning to
uhere the h''n,S ,toctlv>y "> their own cities.
wnere the) have not already done so
InvJS ju fr';',"a,ions s,and a good chance to
eonmnnUes h^?,len.LS ,oca,,y ,n lh<" wr* *" **
that Toneer T ,hu fftde"< do many things
maintain comm t, ,eld of c,vl1 ri6hts and
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Lidoy, February 2, 1968
VDL Urges Boycott Of
(Hubs That Discriminate
+ Uni Florida Regional Board of
to \nu Defamation League of
B'li B'rith. this week called for
an intensification of educational
aimed at discouraging the
jivic and service organiza-
Uons of facilities offered by "pri-
, clubs which discriminate
persons because of their
religion or race.
The ADL issued the call in a
resolution adopted at the annual
meeting ol the board which was
highlighted by the presentation of
:h, Leonard L. Abo Relations Award to Miami City
.inner \! Athalie Range in
recognition of "the significant con-
tribution she has made towards
improving the climate of inter
group relations in the Dadt- Coun-
I resolution specifically calls
mmunity groups to "cease
social clubs."
He^ry E. Wolff was reflected
chairmen of ADL's Florida Re-
gional Board. Ottier officers
elected were William M. Alper,
chairman of the executive com-
mirtee; Walter A. Apfelbaum,
vice chairman of the executive
cc-nmiftee; Judge Irving Cypen,
Joseoh L Brechner (Orlando)
and Hirry Botwick, vice chair-
men of the board; George Kron-
1, treasurer. Dr. Irving
Lehrman. chaplain. *nd Leonard
L. Abets were reelected as hon-
orary chairman of the Florida
Rri.onal Board.
-;> aker at 'he award
in ias Congressman Danti
B r'ascell. In his address, titled
ui .': n and Prejudice,"
::> Fa 'It is I lear that prejudice
on ignorance and that un
rierslanding is not likely to follow
n knowledge has never been,
equally clear that effective
iinication is the prerequisite
to understanding."
Thirty years ago in German>
iw the impressive array ol
modern communications media
subverted to the role of deliberate-
ly spreading falsehoods about the
country's Jewish minority." said
Mr. Fascell.
Miami philanthropist Leonard I..
Abess. in presenting the award to
Mrs Range, commended her for
the excellent service she has per
formed "in her capacity as a City
Commissionerand while serving
on a multitude of community ac-
tion committeesibecause) she has
spoken out continuously and vigor-
ously in support of programs de-
signed to translate the concept of
equal opportunity for all' into
practical measures which will have
a positive impact upon our com-
munity."
ISRAEL GIRLS
STOP TRAFFIC
ROME JTA Three at-
tractive, smartly uniformed
girls from Israel caused a
traffic jam in one of Rome's
busiest intersections this
week, though their intention
was just the opposite The
girls, members of Israel's
traffic police corps, were
sent here for a week's stay
in connection with the open-
ing of "Israel Week" at a
large shopping center on the
Via Triton*.
They were assigned to di
rect traffic for several hours
a day on the Piazza Barbcr-
ini, where several roads
converge
Page 15- A
Sam Schwartz (right) one of the founders of the Hebrew
Academy, receives an award horn Mayor Chuck Hall
in recognition of Mr. Schwartz's contribution to the Chuck
Hall Scholarship Fund. Looking on (at left) is Otto Fenias.
coordinator of the Chuck Hall Celebrity Goli Tournament
which will take place eaTly this year. The Tournament is
expected to attract outstanding celebrities from screen,
television and RDOrts world.
JACK BtOCK
Judge RLWk A
(and it I al For
S. Miami Mayor
Jack Block. Associate Municipal
Judge in the City of South Miami,
has announced that he is a candi-
date for the position of Mayor of
South Miami In the Feb. 13 elec-
tion.
On qualifying tor the political
post. Judge Block stated, "1 pledge
myself to be sincere, impartial,
fair and moral in all my actions ;t-
Mayor ol South Miami."
Judge Block said further. 1 am
strongly opposed to the encroach-
ment high rise apartments in residen-
tial areas. I believe and w ill exert
II my efforts to sec that South
Miami n a res dential an a
\'.-;th a thriving business commu
nit)
| am in favor of .i strong con-
flict of interesl law 1 further favor
ihe continuous maintenance and
improvement for all parks and all
neighborhoods
"When elected. 1 intend to form
a Mayor's Blue Ribbon Citizens
Committee of people of varied in-
terests to constantly advise me of
the problems and needs of all our
cit;zrns and our community.
"I Shall insist upon an open door
policy for all city business and
shall refuse to attend any meeting
in which the public shall be denied
access
N.Y. Riverside Exec
Is Now Affiliated
With Chapel Here
Al Golden. 1865 N Baj C'.-w
North Baj Village, a former ex<
utive with Riverside Memorial
Chapels in New York, is now a
local resident and associated with
the chapel at 1920 Alton Rd.
Mr. Golden is a national com-
mitteeman for the Anti-I)efamati League and is also serving in posts
with the B'nai B'rith in District I
and nationally He was recently
elected to the executive board of
the Florida region of the Anti-
Defamation League During World
War II he served as a clinical ps
cbologist with the U.S. Army and
v as in private practice in years
following the war Mr. Golden is
also a nationally known public
speaker.
Mr. Golden and his wife. Lillian,
have two son- Jeffrey is presently
working for his Ph D. at the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin, having al-
ready served two years in tr>e
Peace Corps. A younger son. Ke
neth. is also attending the L'nive
sity oi Wisconsin, where he is a
junior
Chiropractic hi
S. Miami Office
Dr Brian T. Logan, chiropracl
physician, has opened nev offic
al Sunset Drive in South Miami
Dr Logan earned his degn
cum l.iu.le. al the Logan Colli ... i
Chiropractic in SI Lou h
.,- i .- Ii d by his grandfathe
His father served as president
the college until his death in 1961.
A resident here for nearly 20
years, Dr, Logan is a gradual
cum laude, ol the University ot
Miami where he served as char
man of the Honor Court. He is I
member of Sigma Nu. Iron Arrow .
Omicron Delta Kappa. Phi Rap;
Phi, Phi Eta Sigma and Omeg <
He is listed in "Who's Who in
American Colleges."
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Friday, Februaiy 2,
1968
Committee Named For
Israel Bond Conference

ize ih<'
C| ... .. ;,,, ;.,,;; can
I state of Israel B>>:id> was ."'.
iced ;his week by Dr. Joseph
,T Schwarti of New York, vice
president of the Isra I Bond Or-
ganization.
The committee will plan and di-
rect the preparations in the U.S.
and Canada for the International
Inaugural Conference for Israel
Bonds, which will be held a; the
Fontainebleau Hotel from Thurs-
day. Feb. 29 through Sunday.
March 3. Dr. Schwartz said.
fttaj. Gen. Yitzhak Rabin. Israel's
newly designated Ambassador to
the United States, who served as
Chief of Staff of the Israel Defense
Forces during the Six-Day War of
1967. will be the guest of honor at
the conference, which will also
celebrate the twentieth anniver-
sary of the State of Israel.
Chairmen of the conference com-
mittee are Samuel Rothberg of
Peoru. Ill. national campaign
chairman of Israel Bonds, and
Louis H. Boyar of Los Angeles.
chairman of the National Board of
Governors Cochairmen are Max
Abrams. campaign chairman of
the Greater New York Campaign:
Jacob at. Arvey. honorary chair-
man for Chicago: Morris \V Benn-
stein of Albany. NY., national
chairman for Trustees: Leonard
Goldfine. chairman for Philadel-
phia: Ira Guilden of New York, na-
tional chairman: D. Lou Harris of
Toronto, national chairman for
Canada; Lawrence G. Laskey ot
Boston, chairman of the Nat.ona!
Executive Committee, and Dr
Schwartz
Members of the committee are
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. l nited States and Canada to
help lay the groundwork for a
successful Inaugural Conference
through Israel Bond sales on the
new level- ihat were established
following the dramatic develop-
ments in Israel last summer.
"Under the direction of this com-
mittee of foremost personalities in
the Jewish communities of North
Vmerica." Dr. Schwartz said, "we
hope to set standards of participa-
tion in the 1368 Israel Bond cam-
that will reflect the inescap-
able fact that the greatest part of
Israel's S289.000.000 Development
Budget will have to come from the
sale of Israel Bonds this year.
"The people of Israel in this pe-
riod of transition must devote all
of their limited resources to sur
rival and the struggle for peace.
Under these circumstances the de-
velopment of their economy will
face the danger of a slowdown un-
less the Israel Bond campaign fills
the big gap in the country's devel-
opment funds." Dr. Schwarti de-
clared.
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"Jewish Education in Zionism"
will he thp subject of a talk to be
delivered by Louis Schwartzman.
executive director. Bureau of Jew-
ish Education, bet ore a meetingol
Hp Rrandis Z'onisl District Mon-
day evening. To be held at the
Washington Federal. 1133 Norman-
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Ezra Fine-old is president.
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rjewish Floridian
Friday, February 2 136C
.' tier. B
Xelson Glueck Due In
Miami for UAHC Meet
i;!ueck. president of
ion College-Jewish
Religion, w.ll visit
, thii month in con-
the tirst meeting in
L s ""' Executive Com-
Board of Trustees of
American Hebrew
,-nt of Dr. Glueck s
I ma week of meet-
the Feb. 25 execu-
ttee l ss.ons at the
f ; .,nd Hilton P'.aza
ade by .lames Albeit
[ ach, chairman of the
I s South Florida Fcd-
Dr. Maurice N. Eisendrath,
(resident ef the UAHC, who
|hares the leadership of Reform
Judaii in Hie United State*
with Dr Gluick, also will take
[part in the national sessions, Mr.
I Albert s.iid
in pies from West Palm
Lauderdalc and Holly-
in with Temple Israel
[ Temple Beth Sholom of
temple Beth Am of
South Miami, Temple Judea of
[oral Gables and Temple Sinai of
Korth Dade in serving as hosts
membera of the UAHC
oard
P Beth Sholom will be the
Gt< a Feb. 21 "Night With Re-
ZIONIST CONGRESS
SET FOR JUNE 9
JERUSALEM UTAV-June
9th has bei n c informed by
members of the Zionist Gen-
eral Council as the open
date of the next World Zi-
onist Congress to be held in
Jerusalem, Council chairman
Yaacov Tzur announced here
this week Council members
were asked to confirm the
date in a questionnaire cir-
culated among them.
Bible Professor
To Deliver Talk
Chug Ivri, Hebrew
Planning the kickeff redly of the Greate.- Miami Jewish
Youth Council on behalf of the Combined Jewish Appeal
Israel Emergency Fund are U:om left): ha Steinmetz. pro
gram director of the YMHA: David Mandal of the Unitec
Synagogue Youth; Harold Bluest? in of the \ youth qroup
and Patti Adler of thp B'nai B'li'.h Youth Organization.
Youth Council Rally Is Set For Feb. 17th
DR. NtlSON CtbfCK
form Judaism" at which national
leaders of the Reform Movement
v.ill join with Si ith Florida rabbis.
temple officers and members in
examining the problems and prog-
i ess of the Union and its related
organizations
National leaders of the Ret rm
Jewish Appeal, fund raising arm
H the I'AHC. also will convene in
Greater Miami, beginning Feb. 18
to report on progress o a nation-
wide $5,000,000 campaign in sup-
tort of the HUC J1R and the
UAHC.
.ll. 1*11. iliui, n^uniii.
gioup. wil! met Tuesday at 2 p.m.
in the library of Temple Menorah
Dr Solomon Simon, author, lec-
turer and professor of Bible at the
lewisfa Teachers Seminary in New
York, will speak on "The History
of Bible Commentaries
AN EXHIBITION of the works
i Hassidic artists .sponsored by
the Philadelphia Friends of l.iiha-
vitch, will open next week in that
city.
The fir t major community wi '<
project to be sponsored by the
newly formed Greater Miami Jew-
ish Youth Council will take place
at 8 p in Saturday, Feb. 1". when
'he Council sponsors a kickoff ral-
ly on behalf of the 15H>8 campaign
of the Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund at Temple
Israel
Shlomo Carlebach, international-
ly known folk singer and recording
star will be the featured attraction
a the rally.
The Jewish Youth Council has
embarked upon three major com-
munity wide projects, including
work on behall of Combined J<
ish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fur 1.
alerting the \outh consciences ar
responses to the plight of youth I
Soviet Russia, and setting
community-wide programs to c
memorate the 20th anniversary if
the State of Israel
Tickets to the Shlomo Car'.'
conceit may be obtained from
five constituent institutions spon-
soring the Jewish Youth Conn.
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization;
Young Judea; Union of American
Hebrew Congregations; United
Synagogue Youth: and YM-YWHA
Israeli Minister Will
Address Histadrut Event
ir the Third Annual Mid-
|y. Conference of the American
tl Development Founda-
\ scheduled at the Fontaine
I II itel Feb 23 and 24. gained
it !um this week with the an-
f that Israel's Minister
tentiarj to the United
pai ticlpate.
' r Ephraim Evron will
I government at the
al which Frank Sinatra
the coveted Histadrut
H nor Mi Sinatra will
i on the occasion of the
\ in ol the Frank Sinatra
il Youth Center in Nai
: I
ement of Mr. Evron's
.1- made by Jacob Rif-
ami Beach, chairman of
\ imi host committee
'i said the Minister
part in the Feb 23
seminar on estate
I charitable giving
income for donors.
I J. Lefrak of New York
will take part in the conference
in his new role as chairman of
the Na ional Advisory Beaid of
the Histadrut Foundation. The
boar.' will convere for the first
time in the South during the con-
ference, wi'h Loj Poller of Mi-
ami serving as host member of
the board.
William H Sylk ol Ph ladel]
national chairman ot the Hista
drut Foundation, reported W Ines
dav that proceeds for the organiza.
,, ;.. aring $10,000,000 since
its inception in Miami Beach sev
eral years ago The Foundation
supports the long-range educ
al. cultural and philanthropic ac-
tivities of Histadrul in Israel.
local chairmen named by Mr.
; Rlfkin and Mr. Sylk include
Elsie Bonem and Mrs. Trudy lla.n
erschlag, arrangements ei
,,,. jack s Popick and Herbert S.
Shapiro, pro ram committee: Mor-
j ris N v ma k and Abraham ko-
vinsky, finance committee: Joseph
Ash and Man n Cooper, public
relations committee
Completing arrangements for the annual Midwinter con-
ference of the American Histadrut Development Founda-
dation are (from left): Dr. Sol Stein, national Histadrut ex-
ecutive director; Samuel J. Lefrak, chairman of the national
advisory board; and William H. Sylk. Histadrut Foundation
chairman.
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Temple Sinai Of North Dade Launches
Mortgage Bond Drive For New Facility
IVmnlr Sinai of North Dado this
weekend will launch the sale of
mortgage bonds to finance the con
RABBI RALPH KINCSLtY
traction of its projected S450.000
religions complex in the Sky Lake
area. Work on the new facilities is
expected to get underway about
Feb. 15. The Temple now conducts
services in temporary quarters.
This weekend will also mark the
start of Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley's
second year as spiritual leader of
the Temple.
A. B. Culbertson. a bond com-
pany specializing in the sale of
church bonds, is serving as trustee
and will aid the Temple in selling
the first mortgage bonds, which
will range in price from $250 to
$5,000. paying a guaranteed 6'j
percent interest scmi-annually.
Dr. Stanford B. Cooke. president
of Temple Sinai, has appointed
Mark Gottlieb, a vice president of
the congregation .as chairman of
the bond sales campaign. He will
be aided by Lee Brody. Norman
Klein, Robert Kopple, Irwin Sus-
kin and Hy Wiener, who will serve
as captains.
Miami Beach BB To Initiate KM)
J
Louis Paul, 90 years old. and
Miami Beach Mayor .lay Dermer
will be among the 100 new mem-
bers to be initiated at a meeting
of the Miami Beach B'nai B'rith
I-odge Wednesday, 8 p.m. at the
Algiers Hotel.
Judge Milton A. Friedman, a
B'nai B'rith member for over 30
years, will give the indoctrination
address. Judge Friedman is a past
president of B'nai B'rith. District
5. and a national commissioner of
the Anti-Defamation League.
Initiation committee includes
Samuel Weiner. chairman: Jack
M. Fink, president-elect Malcolm
Froniberg, Adolph Lang. Joseph
Bernstein. Lawrence H. Shuman,
Irving Schcnkerand Irving Schatz-
nian.
B'nai B'rith pins and certificates
will be presented during the can-
dlelight ceremony by lodge presi-
dent Samuel Pascoe.
Rabbi Weberman To Speak
Rabbi Phineas A. Weberman of
Ohev Shalom Congregation, will be
guest speaker on Sunday at 6:30
p.m., when Congregation Kneseth
Beth Torch marks the completion
of the study of Mishnah. Samuel
Landau is serving as chairman of
the event, and Rabbi M. Lieber-
man is spiritual leader of the con-
gregation.
Discussing the Gold Coast Lodge B'nai B'rith meeting Feb.
19 when Arnold Forester, General Counsel of ADL the
Anti-Defamation League will be guest speakei at the Palace
Playhouse, Seacoast Towers East, are (from left) Arthur
Teitelbaum, ADL Regional Director. Gold Coast Lodqe,
George Kronengold. Gold Coast President; and ADL com-
munity consultant, Joseph S. Gordesky. The program will
be devoted to the ADL.
Kneseth Israel
Seats "68 Roster
Rabbi David Lehrfleld Installed
Kneseth Israel Congregation offi-
ce)- and board of trustee mem-
bers at an Oneg Shabbat on Jan 26
Headed by Joseph V .-idler, presi-
dent, congregation officers are
Louis Abrams, Abe Aranoff and
Benjamin Weissman. vice presi-
dents: Samuel Lerner, treasurer.
Samuel Weiner. Samuel Goldberg
and Max Lebowitz, secretaries: Ja-
cob A. Sachs, board of education
chairman: Abraham Selevan, life
gabbai: Manuel Zaiac and Harold
Shapiro, legal advisors.
Board of trustees: chairman.
David Kisenstein; cochairman.
Iljrry Genet; Irving Bush. Louis
Dublin. Murray Kiscnbcrg. Abe
Kisenstein. Louis Kisenstein, Mor-
ris Glantz, Max Hecht. Milton
Kahn. Rev. J Katz. Morris Press.
Harry Reiser. Harry Rosen. Eddie
Rosenman, Isidore Ruppert, Oscar
H Schapiro, Victor Schonwetter,
Jose Lis Vitkinas
Novelist Saul Bellow has been
named the recinient of the
1968 B'nai B'rith Jewish Heri-
tage Award for "excellence
in Jewish literature."
Farband Branch
Monday Session
The Ben-Gurion Branch. Far
hand, has scheduled its first meet-
ing of the new year for Monday
evening at the Washington Fed-
eral. 1234 Washington Ave.
Program will feature a talk on
"The Colonization of the Zionist
Organizations of the World" by
Philir, Segal, and read'nis from
"Dubinsky and Israel' hv Mrs
Anna Rutchik.
Mrs Esther Weinstein will offer
musical selections and Simon Zen
del. recording secretary, will de-
liver several recitations
Branch president is Jack A Fi-
losof.
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Fa* thee well on your Journey. Q Eternal Brother. Israel
Moyshe Zilber
Sex And Family
Discussion Topic
Toe.day at 8 p.m.. Dr. Robert
Gordls, professor of Bible at the
Jewish Theological Seminarv. and
f'-r over three decades rabbi of
Temple Reth-KI of Rockaway Park
N'Y. will discuss "Sex and the
Family in the Jewish Tradition" at
fceth David Congregation
Dr. Gordls. the author of a num-
ber of major works, papers and
articles, recently published a book
with that title.
Dr. Gordis has served as visiting
professor of the Union Theological
Seminary and as adjunct Profes-
sor of Religion at Temple I'niver-
The lecture is cosponsored by
he AH TT! f BPlh DV" ^d
the Adult Education Department
of the congregation. Tickets may-
be purchased at the door, or bv
calling the synagogue.
Sweetheart Fete
For 'V Women
A gala Sweetheart Dance
sponsored by (he "Y" Women will
be held in the main ballroom of
he YMYWHA of Greater Miami
Saturday. Feb. 10. (roni pm. to
I a m. Dancing will be to the or-
chestra ol Sal Ronci.
Burt Kleinman will be the mas-
ter of ceremonies Featured vocal-
list will be Anita Markowitr and a
comedy act will be offered by
Marry Sarnoff. Lee Thaler anil
Gene Boston. Band leader Sal
Ronci will present several vocal
arrangements accompanied by
Sylvia rlaber.
*Y' Women recently elected the
following officers for l!K>8: presi-
dent. Mrs. Sidney Rudgin; vice
presidents, Mrs sidnej Pasternak
Mrs sandy Bochner, Mrs. Harry
Brandt and Mrs David Gonshak;
secretaries, Mrs Ivan Huntman and
Mrs Man Meyers; treasurer. Mrs.
Paul Rheingold. Nominating com-
""''' is headed by Mrs. Ivan
Huntman.
Palm Beach Dinne
Sells $170,000 In
Israel Bonds
Residents of the area- ,ril..
the Palm Beaches agr,
more than S170,000 worth ..["j
Bonds at a dinner held recenth
the Biltmore Hotel in Pain
Rabbi Irving Cohen,
eader of Temple Israel
Palm Beach, served as
of the dinner of state.
At the affair. Rober
port, president of Tempi. .
West Palm Beach, was present
with the Prime Minister Merfai
lion "for his record of service in
the cause of Israel's economic ile
velopment." Col. Yaao- Hefeti
Israel's Minister of Defei
the presentation.
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Judge Friedman BB Guest
The North Shore Lodge i:
B'rith. will present Judge
A Friedman as guest sppakei .
its general meeting on
Feb. 12 at 8 pm in the
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learn much more since I have been in this country."
How long do you intend to stay?"' we
inquired.
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intend to look for model work here, and if things
jo well we shall see..."
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teered.
I h.mk you. she said. I take care of myself.
1 watch what I eat
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you familiar with margarine'"
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the latest things. Even mini-skirts."
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mann's. It looks and tastes like regular margarine,
only it has half the calories and half the fat."
How do they do that.'" she asked.
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the calories go the flavor stays. Would you like to
try a little?"
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advertisement for Diet Fleischmann's?.. ."
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Friday. February 2. 1968


Mrs. Paula Ben-Gurion
Dies In Beersheba Hospital
BEERSHEBAMrs Paula Ben-w
irion. wife of Israel's former
rime Minister David Ben-li
od here this week of a cerebral
morrhage. She was 76.
Mr. Ben-Gurion had been a: his
Says Report On
Immigration Ban
Was Absurdity'
NEW YORK (JTA> A second
orld Conference of Ashkenazi
id Sephardi Congregations will
held in two years, according to
': abbi Joseph Karasick. president
the L'nion of Orthodox Jewish
. miiregations. who also flatly de-
ed at a press conference here
at he had taken a position at
e first conference in Jerusalem
at the Israel government should
tr Conservative and Reform Jews
>m entering as immigrants.
He told a press conference that
y proposal that Israel should bar
n Orthodox Jews was an "ab-
.rdity." Reports from the confer-
< ice said that Rabbi Karasick had
.'en barred by the conference pre-
dium from making such an in-
nded statement in his address to
" e conference opening on Jan 8.
ibbi Karasick confirmed that he
had told the session that Con-
i native and Reform Judaism
ere "divisive ideologies" and
should not be imported into Is-
.. el." Rabbi Karasick also told the
.-ess conference that "there was
: } censorship whatever exercised
- the World Conference or by any
. its committees."
He also touched on widespread
. Ivance criticism of the confer-
-. ice. made by Orthodox groups in
:. is country and elsewhere, whose
Naders -had voiced concern that
:.ie conclave would seek to estab-
. -h a permanent organization
ilich would deal with issues of
. ewish Religious Law. He said that
e outcome of the Jerusalem con-
. .ave should have dispelled such
:-. ars.
;f>' > bedside at Beersheba Hos-
;:?.! i few hour> before her death.
Born in Russia, the former I'auia
Mtmweiss married Mr. Ben-Gurion
in 1917 while ho was on a mission
to the United States. She had emi-
grated to the I'nited States at the
age of 13 and was a student nurse
:n Brooklyn when she met her
husband.
Throughout their 50 years of
married life. Mrs Ben-Gurion was
always at her husband's side dur-
ing his stormy political career. She
was known tor her frankness and
toughness and in later years sought
to protect Mr. Ben-Gurion from
outside pressures.
Panelists Discuss
Consumer Frauds
Democratic Women's Club of
Dade County has sated a panel
discussion on "Frauds Against the
Consumer" for Thursday morning
at 10 at the CTA Towers. 1809
Brickell Ave.
Featured participants will be
Richard Gerstein. Dade County
State Attorney: Ralph Smathers.
ot the Better Business Bureau, and
Morton Perry, frauds division of
the State Attorney's office.
Moderating the program will be
Art Halgren. vice president. Flor-
ida AFL-CIO.
Further information may be had
by contacting Mrs. Robert L.
Shevin.
Paula Ben-Gurion as she ap-
peared as a quest at the
dinnsr last year in Tel A">v
cf th Greater Miami Oish
Raqel Pilgrimccje.
Mr, And Mrs. Adolf
Honored By Mesivta
Mr. and Mr-. Adolf Blank will
be guests of honor at the annual
)anquet oi Mesivta Torah Vodaath
o be held Sunday evening, Feb. 18
it the Pontainebleau Hotel, it was
innounced this week by Milton
Cahn. chairman of the event.
The Blanks, who will be honored
jn the occasion of their 50th wed-
ling anniversary, are known for
their communal activities locally
and for their philanthropic and rc-
igious endeavors both here and
in Israel.
They are members of Kneseth
Israel Congregation, the Hebrew
Academy, the Religious Zionisis of
America and many other organiza-
tions.
Mr. Blank is active on behalf of
Mesivta Torah Vodaath where he
has established a scholarship fund
for needy students. Mrs. Blank is
a member of Hadassah. the Jewish
Home for the Aged and the Na-
tional Children's Cardiac Hospital.
Blank To Be
Torah Vodaath
MR. AND MRS. ADOIF HANK
Club Schedule!*
Literary Evening
The David Pinski Culture Club
- planned a literary and mu-ical
i ening for Friday at 832 Wash-
ton Ave.
honor will be Abrj
losof, who is con' from
recent i'lness. Lou
Ik on "Mendele Moxher Sforiro"
:11 commemorate the 50th anni-
ary of his death.
Entertainment will be offered
Oscar Shapiro, violinist, ar.d
?en Yomen in Yiddish and He-
ew selections.
Food Fair Offers
60 College Grants
The Food Fair Stores Founda-
; t:on will awtrd 60 college scholar-
ships valrod at S72.000 to high
choo! seniors this year, it was an-
nounced by Louis Stein, chairman
n the board of Food Fair Stores.
Inc.
The grants, established at 32
colleges in n;ne east coast states,
will go to children of employes of
the supermarket c-a!n and to resi-
dents of communities served by
Food Fair. They are renewable
over a four-year period.
Children of employes must com-
plete a scholarship eligibility in-
formation form which can be ob-
tained from the Foundation. 3175
J. F. Kennedy Blvd.. Philadelphia.
Pa. Deadline for return of forms is
March 1.
Rabbi Max Shapiro, spiritual
leader of Beth Kodesh Con-
gregation, will be honored at
ihe Oneq Shabbct Friday eve-
ning in recognition of his six
years with the comreqation.
Slate Inducted At
Sunday Dinner
At 6 p.m. on Sunday, tor
stallation ceremonies will be he
for the newly elected officers
Tern ole Tifereth Israel an I
Men's Club.
William E. Schacter will I
stalled ;i president of the temp,
iiui Allan ll. Greenspan as l
president of the Men's Club.
Babl ; Ralph Y. Carmi w.
conduct the induction, and H
Kutin will act as master of cere
monies
Officers to be installed arc \
presidents Sig Stern and R i
Kline' recording secretary, Mr*
Fred Van Katwyk; gabovim. Isi-
dore Mertik, David Ko.-enthal a:.
Harrj Rosenberg,
Board members include Hj
Astor, Mien II. First, Sylvia First
Floyd Kranz, Al Kursban. Ham
Lerner. Joseph Newman. T
Pearlstein, Ethel Schlissel, Hyman
S i 'm. John Sorin. Norman Ta:
kou. Max Temel. Max Tobi.i-
Jacob Wolosin and Max \Vyden.
Men's Club officers are: vi,
president, Hy Sootin: secretar;
Hy Astor. treasurer. Philip Lapi-
dus.
a buffet supper and dance will
id.- the evening.
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Fein Announces
He Is Candidate
For Council Seat
Arnold Fein has announced his
candidacy for the office of Council-
man of the Bay Harbor Islands
Town Council, with election slated
for April 2.
A partner in the law firm of
Frishman and Fein. Mr. Fein has
a B.S.S degree from the City Col-
lege ol New York and a L.L.B. de-
gree from Fordham University
Law School. He organized a South
Florida Chapter of the City C.lleie
Alumni Association and served as
its lirst president.
lie is a member of the Florida
and the New York Bars. He is a
chairman of the Continuing U gal
cation Committee, a member of
ed Practice ol" Law
I ommittee, and the Legislative
Committee oi the Miami Beach
Assn.
During World War II. Fein
c-t' '-\Ah Infantry Division
of the l s Army, and ha, taken
an active role .;> i-.
Mr, Fein is president of B'nai
'"li North Sl.ore Lodge, and is
chairman of the Anti-Defamation
League Committee of Lodge.- and
Chapters of South Florida. He is
also a charter member of the
Weizmann Institute of Science of |
I Israel, Chapter of South Florida.
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jiuary 2, 1263
?3C? 5-B
ncfaciors Set Goai
Of $100,000 For CJ A
ii
I $100,000 has b.-o-i set
(actors ol the Women's
ol the 1868 Combined
.pjiil Israel Emergency
cimpaign. according
Juliua Rosenberg, chair-
I hostess for the group's
Benefactors Tea will be held
. at the Crystal House in
v Beach at 2 pm. The recep-
- for women who contributed
51 I) or more to the CJA-IEF.
Gu**t speaker for the program
is Mrs. Harry L. Jones of De-
troit, national chairman of the
Women's Division of the United
Jewiso Appeal. Mrs. Jones re-
cently returned from the UJA
Mission to Israel, where she
studied fint hand the immigrant
absorption program and other
problems confronting the Jew-
ish state.
During her visit, she met with
President Zalman Shazar and I
Primp Minister Levi Eshkol.
The Women's Division is expect- i
ed In raise a record total towards
the CIA goal of $1,991,200." said j
Mrs. Sidney M. Schwartz, chair- ,
man of the Division.
FASHIONPLATE '64
"Fashionplate '68" annual
Women's Division extravaganza,
field on behalf of the Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency !
Fund joint campaign has been
Yanich Is Guest Speaker
Joseph I. Yanich. executive di-
re'..;-. Southeast Regi i, Ameri-
an Jewish Congress, will be prin-
cipal speaker at the next meeting
the South Dade Post, Jewish
War Veterans. Program will be
M ndaj evening, Feb. 12. at
Di Ii Federal, 103rd St. and S i
Dixii Hwj Post commander is
v \ Weinstein.
Suburbia U.S.A.' Presented
- ir lay evening, Beth Moshe
sation will host the North
e P ayeri in an original play,
- rbia, UJ5.A." Mrs. Eileen
Ran I i~ in charge of reservatl ins.
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Admission $1.00 Hours 1:00 to 11:00 p.m.
All Merchandise Shown For The First Time
A PAGEANTRY OF FINE ARTS
SE0NG M0Y
EXHIBITION OF MIS RECINT
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4218 N.I. 2nd AVE MIAMI
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Opin Fri. Evt. 7:30 to 10 or othr
fvtnmoi fcy Appoinlmtni
The Federation cf Jewish Women and the Younq Women's
Division cf the Combined Jewish Apoeal-Israel Emer-
gency Fund launched their efforts for the 1963 drive at
meetings held this week to finalize details of the cam-
pe'en Shown c: a Iun hecn meetinq of the Younq Wo-
men's D'vi icn are (from left): Mr*. M~c3y Keyes, Mrs.
Joseph Tannenbaum, Mrs. Gilbert Snyder and Mrs. Harold
Vexler, president of the Jewish Social Service Federation,
Son Antonio, Tern??.
National Council Jewish Women Groups
Highlight Jewish Culture On Wednesday
Jewish culture will be highlight- Papers" given by Mrs. Helaine Li-
ed when the Greater Miami Sec- pinsky and Mrs. Blanche Brass.
Mrs. Shapiro
. Is Honored
Mrs Joseph Shapiro, a pa
founding parent ai
D lent ol th H
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by 1
M i and her husl
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pas !
yei ha\ i e in n
'v.>- i religiou i si r\ ice i

All thi ; David graduated fro
the Academj and went on to hi_
r institul ons of Torah learning.
Mrs. Shapiro has served 1
sen >Ol in many capacities She w
i sident of the Hebrew Acaden
Women for four consecutive yea
and was a founding chairman
the Binyan Bank project, the pi
1 ceeds of which are directed to t
building of new Hebrew Acaden
facilities.
Mrs. Samuel Rosner is preside
of the organization and Mrs. Lee
ard Rosen is chairman of t :
! board.
mm. siOMtr schwartz
scheduled at the Fontainbleau Ho-
tel for Monday. Feb. 19.
Mrs A. L. Glickmin is chair-
man for th function, which will
future the latest exclusive cou-
turier creations from Florida's
depart merit stores.
The luncheon is hosted by the
Women's Initial Gifts Division of ,
the CJA-IEF. Mrs. Aaron Farr is
chairman of the Initial Gifts Com-
mittee.
Each year the -Fashionplate"
program attracts women from the
entire Dade County area, and more
than 500 aie expected to attend
the Feb. 19 event. Mrs. Glickman
pointed out that each woman in at-
tendance will make a minimum
contribution to the CJA-IEF cam-
pa gn of S125.
This amount has been raised
over previous years," Mrs Glick-
; not ii. "when the minimum
.. $10 I However, the
Combined Jewish A;, eal goal ol
i 20 I i 525 In-
C H
Mm Schwartz i i i ke>
jntrn >nts fi r th Women Di
visit ii Thej are Mrs Jack \
lin. chairman p i ial gifti an '
Mrs Jean C. Lehman, honoi
chairman Mrs Lehi lan hea
recor : si tting campaigns in l!>6f>
and 1967
tion divisions. National Council of
Jewish Wo-nen, hold meetings on
Wednesday.
* *
Bav Division will hold a 10:30 | Abrams.
a.m. study group at the Normandy
Isle Washington Federal. Mrs.
Florence Alberts will review the
NCJW Naturalization and Immi-
gration Service program. At 1:30
p.m.. a "Tribute to Jewish Music
Moniti will be presented at the
regular meeting by Miss Vivian
Lloyd.

Coral Division will feature a
review of Laura Hobson's "First
Indian Creek Division meeting
at noon in the Sea Isle Hotel will
feature a bok review by Mrs. Fred
Islands Division will hear a dis-
cussion on "Human Values in the
Mechanized Age" delivered by Irv-
ing Schindler during the noon ses-
sion at the Algiers Hotel,
a a a
"What Council is Doing in Your
Community" will be the subject of
a talk by Mrs. Norman Cohan at
the Lincoln Division noon meeting
at the Algiers Hotel.
i i a
Shores Division, meeting at the
Cancer Society Fashion Show | Miami Lakes country ciub. win
hear a discussion on the contempo-
Brandeis U. Women
To Meet On Thursday
Mrs. Sam Tick, national pre
dent of the Brandeis Universi
National Women's Committee, w
address the Miami Beach Chapt-
at a tea to be held at 1 p.m. Thui
day. at the home of Mrs. Irvii
Cypen. 320 W. Di Lido Dr.. DiLi'
Island. Miami Beach.
Mrs. Arthur Jurkowitz is pre
dent of the Miami Beach Chapt
and Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg
program coordinator.
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The American Cancer Society's
annual fashion show luncheon
staged by Burdine's will be held at
the Cafe Carillon, Carillon Hotel,
instead of the Statler Hilton. The
date and times remain the same.
The celebrity hour is at 11 a.m.
and luncheon at noon,
day. February 7th
rary art collections at the Lowe
Art Gallery presented by Mrs.
loseph Lynch and Mrs. Bernard
Beeber.
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South Dade Division will tour
the gardens and art center at Viz-
Wednes- caya starting at 9:30 a.m. A box
luncheon will be served.
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Festival Of Stars Set For Monday
The musical portion 01 tne b_DD^tii si-rvicas, as con-
ducted in the Chcpsl ct the Hebrew Unio-; Colleqe School
of Archeology in J;ru3~'em ?n--se'i!-->d Friday niqht at Tem-
ple Israel of Greater Miami. Shown rehe^isinq in the Is-
raeli traditioa are ffrrm lefO: William Kim, flute; Judith
Drucker, soprero Ca-'or Jacob Bornstein; Nancy Green?,
alto, and Earl Greerfi -1 i
Regular Heelings And Programs Set
For Hadassah hlfaaii Beech Chapters
L'nits hi the Miami Beach Chap-
ter of Hadassah plan luncheon'
and programs for meetings in
February.
Kadimah Group h.,- -i
i- luncheon meeting for Mondaj
men. at the Singapore Hotel
Rose Schneider i> president and
Mrs. Gertrude Jaffce is publh
c airman.
Morton Towers Grooo has ?la*nd
an 11:30 a.m. luncheon meeting
far Tuesday. Feb. 12. at the F( rte
Towers. Program will feature the
film. The Upward Road." Sun-
day. Feb. 25. the group will hold
its annual 'Fun N'ite" at the Mi-
ami Beach Federal. 8th St. and
Washington Ave. The 8 p.m. affair
will include music, entertainment
Library Plans A
Twin Celebration
The evening of Friday. Fen. (I,
Will mark a double celebration at
the Beth David Library. It will
commemorate the sixth year of
the openina of the library, named
in honor ol its founder. Many
"Pop" Simons, and will also be the
annual "Library Sabbath" which
this year is of special significance
With the openine of the south
branch of the library.
Seymour Liebman, author, pro-
fessor and lecturer, will be the
speaker for the evening Mr. Lieb-
man, whose latest book, "The En
lightened," was recently published
v i 1 speak on the topic. "The Roots
of Alienation."
Mrs. Albert Beer, library chair-
nan, and Mrs. Melvin Rosenbaum,
librarian, will assisl Rabbi Sol
Landau in presenting a program
cf special interest.
During the month of February,
the rules of the library book con-
tests will be announced; the library
vill exhibit book.' and art objects
relating to Jewish history and Is-
rael, and as has been the custom
during the "birthday" month, sou-
venir ;ifts will be distributed to
library card holders.
.n! an auct'on, Proceeds are ear
'i rked tor Mt. Scopus n
itation program Mrs. Emanuel
Mi ntz is pn sidi I and Mi I
Wagner is | m chairman.
The Eddie Cantor Group v
' ave a i i ye I ink pat ty Thurs laj
i ui. Feb. 15. ;r the Fontaim
I Enter ainment will i .
Patricia Gale. Mrs. Fred Jonas
i president, Mrs. Joseph Lessner
a program chairman and Mrs
Harry Rubel is serving as chair-
man ol the day
The Hanna Senesch Group will
have a snack luncheon on Mondax
at noon in the Algiers Hotel. The
film, "The Upward Road." will he
-hown. courtesy ol the Mercantile
Hanks. Mrs. Elsie click is group
president.
The Bay Harbor Group meeting
at noon Monday. Feb. 12 in the
Singapore Hotel will include lunch
and the film. "The Goal is Peace."
Mrs. Benjamin Steinmuller is pies
ident.
The Southgate Group open meet
ins. Monday, Feb. 12. at 7:30 p.m.
in the Terrace Room will feature
j gala birthday party celebration
with husbands invited to the fes-
tivities. Evening will highlight a
musical program and a film, "To
Save One Life." Mrs. Max Cohen
is president and chairman of the
daj is Mrs. Henry Schwartz.
The Henrietta Szold Group lunch
eon meeting Monday, Feb. 12. at
12:30 p.m.. will be held at the
Algiers Hotel. .Mrs. Sol C.reenberg
s president.
The Stephen S. Wise Group will
iioid a regular luncheon meeting
Monday at noon in the Algiers Ho-
tel. Mrs, Nal Barth, past president
Jl the chapter, will be guest speak-
er. Musical selections will be of-
fered by Hattie Wagner and So-
shana Raab. Mrs. Abraham Magid
is president.
The Festival of Stars, the tirst
in a series ol events In the Greater
Miami area preceding the 1968
Inaugural Conference tor state of
Israel Bonds, will be held al 8p.m.
Sundaj al the Fontainebleau Hotel.
The Inaugural Conference is
slated for Feb. 29-March :s also at
the Fontainebleau.
The Festival of Stars, winch will
f< a ure Jan and Lillian Bart and
George Gershwin
Evening Feb. 17
David E grapher ol the
late George Gershwin and musi-
cologist, will present "An Intimate
Evening With George Gershwin"
Saturday evening, Feb. 17th, at
Tem| S om.
Mr. Ewen was parl ol Gi
Gershwin's circle ol friends and he
\. ;11 recreate a musical cvei
with the help ol Patrick Mathews
baritone; Judj Drucker sopi no
and o u h Greenfie I, pi
The
the B< th Sholom F< thai ol
Arts, which is -pui-ore,i by the
Sisterhood and l I ol
Bert Sheldon, is expected to attract
more than 2.000 community lead
ers from all parts ol the United
. and i anada The Baits will
star in .i performance ol the mu-
sical -core from Fiddler on the
Roof," the hit Broadway musical
based on stories ol Jewish life in
Eastern Europe by Sholem A!el
eliem thai has swept the world and
is currently being performed In
-, ccral diih rent languages
Col. in Baratson. one of Israel's
leading strategists who played an
important role in the Six Day Wai
ol June, 1967, ill also appear
the ga a. cityv ide F< stival to eel
the 20th anniversary ol th.
DAVID tWtN
Beth Sholom. Mrs. Seymour Silver
man and .lames S. Knopke. respec-
tively, are presidents.
Mr Ewen's memorabilia on
George Gershwin is currently on
display in the lobby of the temple.
His "Life of George Gershwin" has
been translated into 17 language-
including Japanese. Vietnamese.
French. German, Hungarian and
Chinese.
In charge of the program and
reception following, under the
chairmanship ,,f M,s. David Druck-
er, are Mesdames Jack M. Fink.
Marvin Cooper. Louis F. Snetman
David Muskat. Rudolph Hammer
Marvin Marx. Ethel Shapiro and
Horence Kahn.
Tickets are available at the tem-
ple office and Allegro Music House
in Coral Gables.
State of Israel.
Col. Baratson. who ,.
distinguished career
Defense Forces since hus .
achieved itateho d, was
..f the logistics branch ,,.
Headquarters durum I
Aar. He also -aw action in tiie
Inai Campaign ol 1986 i-
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vpMit.frJl'i rkttan
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With ISABEL
City News
,, S*rh and Smutl Sil-
vermi- of 1022 Bay Dr. two
... celebrating to mark in
.tyle their 60th v/addine.
,. which falls on Jan.
re for the happy occasion.
,heir -. ~(ins. Herbert and Ben
Sills their families from
Conn Large part of
p, let clan assembled for the
er at the Forte Towers,
, m E. Albert Pallot and
Honey. Also Ronald and
Norton Pallot and their Glorias,
rbara Pallot with spouse
H;., Kalien, David and Rita
Pea, in, Free" and Sissy Scher,
Hort | and Judy Kleiman, all
GROVE
Editor
3UK0l NaT J V.P. Men"s <'"P To Weel Thursday
The Hebrew Academj Men's As- with additional < irriculi
iation will hold its first meatinfl tiei and to i piove the schj
of the year at 8 p.m. Thursday, exiting Eacilll
Feb. 8. at the Academy Auditorium. The planning committee
I
when he made the Dean's List
almost every semester. He now
lives in Tallahassee with his wife
and three sons. Marc, 8. Scott, ti.
.ind Ross, 2.
Kenneth Friedman, younger
xin of termer Miami Judge Milton
Friec'nan, was named "Jaycee
of the Month'' by the Miami .lay
cees. Ken and the Judge's older
Min. attomej Ron Friedman, aiv
u Iting read) to help their djd in
his bid for the circuit Court Seal
Isabel Grove
ephews and nieces of the
.-. For the second gala,
- of the younger genera-
ted the group including
re SUverman sons. Abra-
ham and Jan Sills, Morton and
Pol!y Sills. Others who were
..t home in both groups.
Louis nd Gertrude Pallot, Joe
C-ora Pearlman, Mrs. Anna
Canter Morris and Frieda Kahn
Wirv Edith Phillipson.
*
The Joseph Gropens of North
Miami Beach still reminiscing
on tin measure of the visit from
son Ecvard Gropen, a mechani
( ieer. who attended a con
i at the Boca Baton Motel
I Country Club for the Lily Tn
in whose production de
he labors. Another son.
Arthur Gropen, associate profes
: math at Carlton College,
, .nn is taking sabbatical leave
and touring Europe with his fam-
il) foi >ix months beginning in
Daughter Pearl is a high
i acher in Pontiac, Mich.
n ill-law Harold Cafone,
who teaches at Oakland U. in
Rocht ster, Mich., has a doctor
lucation from Tucson l
in Ai .i
Mr. and Mis. Isidore Hirsch
rated their 50ih wedding
i rj bj -ham: | il with
lamiA and friends at the North
t nuntj N Mil \ A gianl cake with
. was cul b) the cele
and a gala pro-
ol i ntertainment followed,
Mr i nd Mrs Hirsch, who live
at 1665 NE 159th si urn- mar-
ried in New York City. Mr. Hirsch
i .i. in the printing business until
he retired 10 year.- ago ami came
lo Florida with his wife, Ada. to
take up permanent residence A
past president oi the North Coun-
ty YMHA Golden Age Friendsh p
Club and also a former treasurer
of the organization, he is also an
e member ol the North Mi-
ami Beach Art Guild.
Ben Gaines and his lovelj wife
Joan Abbott hosted a dinner party
for California friends at Chand-
ler's Restaurant. At an adjoining
table were Mr. and Mrs. David
Miller of Baron's. Dave's arm is
still in a cast and Phyliss. dutiful
wile, cut his roast beef like an
experienced meat carver.
By Keyes Company
David /.. Sokol ha- been elected
a vice pre-idinl oi The Keyes
Company, the Smith's largest rea
estate organization, it was an-
nounced bv M Vroon, president. j
Prior to his
elc< '."ii as vice
i> r e s i d e n t.
he had been
ho commercial
ales and leas-
ing manager
a position he
assumed .i u s t
1 a b t summer.
He Will retain
thai n sp il
ity, one under
Dsvid Z. Sokol which he has pi
luted his stall lo a record I reaking
total Ol 0\ $10 million in sales
during 1967
eludes: Capt. Leo Gardner. .! Jer-
1 The soal of the Association is to r> gchechter. Sam Silver and Saul
develop additional programing for m. Zabel, executive director of
the school to provide the students the Academy.
Mrs Frances Wolfson, wife of
Col. M.tchell Wolfson, president
v. metco Enterprises, Inc.,
: her sixth one-woman
art shi .. beginning Thursday, .it
the Mayfair Theatre. The paint-
ings will be on display for the
month of February, and Mrs.
Wolfsoi will greet visitors from
11 a n to 2 p.m. during the
show's Thursday opening. Pro-
ceeds from the sale Of the paint
ings will go to the Frances Wolf-
son Art Scholarship Fund. The
fund provides financial aid lo
huh s> iol art students in Dade
County and to senior art majors
on botli the north and south cam
puses u Miami-Dade Junior Col-
lege, and at Ashevi'.lc -Biltmore
Collegi of Asheville. N.C. After
the Thursday morning opening,
the show will run daily from 1
p.m. lo 11 p.m. in the Mayfair
Theatn lobby. It will not be
necessary to purchase a theatre
ticket ti view the public exhibit.
*
i i for all the political news
from Tallahassee these days are
Miami Beachites. Rev. and Mrs.
Morris D. Mager. Reason for the
interest, son Jerry is personal
legal aide to Gov. Kirk. A former
assistant Attorney General, it is
Mager'l cases upon which the
Governor bases his suspensions.
This has won him the title of
"Gov, Kirk's head chopper." The
brilliant attorney is a product of
Miami Beach High and the Uni-
versity of Miami School of Law.
For those women to whom the
stock market is still full of mys-
tery, "Stocks and Investments
for Milady" will be the topic of
a talk by David Williams, to be
given at the Mid-Winter General
Meeting of Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital Auxiliary on Tuesday.
10 a.m. in the Cedars Conference
Room. The program committee
includes Mesdames Byron Spar-
ber, Ben Oren, Lawrence Adler,
Morris Blau, and Doran Zinner.
Mrs. Edward Cutler is chairman
of publicity, and Mrs. Ted Lotter-
man is president.

National Council of Jewish
Women Naturalisation and Im-
migration Service (MIS) programs
will be the feature of Channel 1 s
Proof Positive television show
Saturday from 1:00 to 1:25 p.m.
k second son. PeulWIWam, was
horn Jan. 12 in Poiiahke.-,-;
NY. to the former Eileen We.n-
er and Melvin Zipes of Fishkill.
NY The young man joins broth-
er Greg and sister Janet. Ma-
ternal grandparents are Mr. and
Mrs. Michael M. Allen, long
time residents of Miami bVach.
Dr. Fogel Offers
Israel Survey
Dr. Joseph Fogel. a psychologist
with the Dade County school sys-
tem. Will present color slides and
comments on his Survey of Is-
rael." a special program of B'nai
B'rith Mit/vah Lodge at 8:30 p.m.
Saturday at Dade Federal. 10301
S. Dixie Hwy.. according to an an-
nouncement by Bernard B. Segal,
president of Mltzvab Lodge
Dr Fogel took a sabbatical leave
to spend one year in Israel, joined
by his wife. Rita, and their three
young children. They were in Is-
rael during the Six Day War and
will present some of their experi-
ences and observations. Including
iin Intimate view of the Israeli
people.
i. Sa
let Mr. Bernard Jo the
worrying b& an expert.']
able a,i,ai
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+Jen 1st /MrfUtr
Friday, February 2. 1968
Jeri Isaacson,
Howard Magrant
Exchange Vows
The Fonta>nebleau Hotel was
setting for the evening wed-
ig on Jan. 27 which united the
mer Jeri I*a;icson and Howard
.A a gram. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe per-
: med the ceremony
Parents of the newlyweds are
and Mrs, Al Isaacson, 5101
. llins Ave., and Mr. and Mrs.
E Manuel Magram. 1836 S\V 22nd
7-.r.
3ridal attendants included Mrs.
7'adalyn Keys, matron of honor.
; eryl Ronin, Donna Gale and
i ula Magram. bridesmaids. Gary
rragram served as best man. and
. long ushers were Dale Sanders,
vary Baret. Michael Frisch and
I Hot Fledell.
\ew Mr. and Mrs. Magram both
..aduated from the University of
J ami. The bridegroom also at-
ided the University of Florida
: d is a member oi Tau Epsilon
' i. social fraternity, and Beta Al-
a Psi, accounting honorary.
}n their return from a honey-
on in the Bahamas, the couple
. 11 live in North Miami Beach.
lAJedding Jjclls r^in
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Evening Nuptials
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y The former Betty Jane Radman
exchanged marital vows with
Stephen J. Berlinsky in an early
evening ceremony conducted by
Rabbi Irving Lehman on Sunday.
Jan. 28. at the Algiers Hotel.
New Mrs. Berlinsky is the
daughter of Mr and Mrs. Morris
Radman. 1500 Bay Rd. Her father,
whose birth date is Jan. 30. was
honored at the wedding with a
birthday cake.
For thp nuptials, the bride se-
lected a floor length gown fash-
ioned with an empire bodice,
sheath skirt of reembroidered Al-
encon lace, with short oversleeves
and a watteau train of silk peau de
soie.
Bridal attendants included Ro-
berta Berlinsky. the bridegrooms
siUer. who served as maid of hon-
or. Caryn Kirshner. Sunni Gershon,
Judy Hess and Beverly Urett,
bridesmaids. Also Lynn Ann Rad-
man. junior bridesmaid, and Risa
Cheryl Raduun. Lower girl.
Besl man to the bridegroom was
Kn-: and among ushers
were David Radman and Milton
Radman. the bride's brother-;
Howard Fcrman. Ronald Lieber-
man and Michael Tarkoff.
Son of Mr. and Mr-. Joseph Ber-
iin.-ky. 2431 S*V 7T:h Ct., the
.bridegroom has a B.3.A degree
iio.n the University oi Miami and
is currently enrolled in the univer-
sity's law school. He is a member
.I Tin Alpha Delta, law fraternity.
serves as treasurer of the Young
1 Democrats of Florida and is on the
board oi directors of Dade County
Young Democrats. His bride has a '
CM dei.ree in education and is a
member Oi the Dade County Young
Democrats.
On their return from a honev-
moon in Nassau, the couple will
live in Miami.
Pageant Gallery Shows
Works Of Seong Moy
A showing of the works of the
Chinese-American artist. Seong
Moy has opened at the Pageant
Gallery at NE 42 St. and Second
Avenue.
The artist, who came ta this
country when he was ten years
old. has had over 50 one-man
shows since 1943 and has partici-
pated in others. The showing will
run until Feb. 8.
New Dr. Bhicks
On Honeymoon
The wedding ceremony on Sun-
day. Jan. 28. which united the
former Diane Roberta Turbin and
Dr. Stuart B. Black, was held at
Temple Beth David and followed
by a reception at the Seville Hotel.
Rabbi Sol Landau officiated at the
evening nuptials.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irv
Turbin. 8858 Garland Ave.. the
bride was attended by Cecelia Hir-
ibarve. Her bridegroom, son of
Mrs. Dorothy Black and the late
Nat Black, had Dr. David Kings-
bury as best man.
N*i w a registered nurse at Mt.
Sinai Hospital, new Mrs. Black is
a graduate of Miami Beach High
and Barry College.
Dr. Black is a graduate of In-
diana University and its medical
school and is currently a captain
in the U.S. Air Force stationed at
Homestead Air Force Base. He
and his bride honeymooned in Ja-
maica.
**
MRS. STUART BLACK
Adrienne Karjtell
A Saturday Bride
Beth Torah Congregation was
the setting for the ceremony unit-
ing Adrienne Y Karpell and Har-
vey M. Goldberg on Saturday. Jan.
27. Rabbi Max Lipschitz officiated
at the evening nuptials and a re-
ception at the temple followed.
The couple was attended by Mrs.
I.enore Miller, matron of honor.
Gayle C. Miller, flower girl, and
Daniel Miller, best man.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mr. and Mrs Murry Karpell. 1160
NE 170th St.. and Mr and Mrs.
Isadore Goldberg. 320 86th St.
New Mrs Goldberg attended
Miami Senior High, and her bride-
^ioom attended Wh.tefield S-.mior
High. New address for Mr. Gold-
berg and his bride will be 14505
NE 6th Ave.
Paul tender Btudii
MRS. STEPHEN BtRUNSKT
Playhouse Show
A Laugh Getter
Neil Simon\s sparkling lines trig-
ger lo'id. constant and spontaneous
laughter nightly Thursday through
Sunday at the North Miami Plav-
house production of "Come Blow
Your Horn." slarring Michael
Nestor.
The pluv will continue its run
through March 3.
Ine Sunday. Feb. 4th perform-
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norah of Miami Beach.
Featured in the cast with Nestor
are Robert Koch. Bert Shaw Ger-
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Carol J. Winters exchanger,
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Thursday. Jan. 25. The e,
ceremony, conducted by Rahh,
Max Lipachitz, was held at Tem
Beth Torah and was followed b\ a
reception in the David Wi!liami
Hotel.
On their return from a trip to
Nassau, the newly married .
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Daughter of Dr. and Mrs \
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Trances &L^eh
man
muBiu
\.:manofthe week
little would you dream watching Muriel (Mrs. Harold)
- mon's expressive face that she has a driving inner torce
,i .de of her that spills over on all who come in contact
:i her. It's like an electric current.
Muriel was born in New York
City, a serious youngster always
first and foremost a student. The
family moved to Miami when she
was eight. Proficient with the
needle and thread by the time she
was twelve years old she was sew-
ing her own clothes. She still has
a magic way with the needle. When
her daddy came home from work
she and her sister Evey would
would run to get his pipe and slip-
pers. Then they would perform for
him. singing and dancing. When
the quiet time came they would
sit on his lap and listen while he
told them stories from the bible.
Tlvs was the basis for the deep
religious feeling that Murial has
today.
Muriel is a product of the Dade County School System.
>rside Elementary. Ada Iferrit Jr High, Miami Beach
gh School and Miami High Finishing high school at the
of sixteen Muriel worked at the First National Bank,
'arting as a secretary But two years later although her
>ary had been doubled she realized that she was missing
iihi-: college So she quit work and went to the
iversity of Miami.
All the while she was growing up Harold was growing
too. They were part of the same crowd that went around
gether but it wasn't until thir senior year at Miami
High tha' they started to date When Harold came back
om service in th Air Force they got married. That was
April of lq4fi With a grin, Muriel savs that the first
.en years >f their married life was spent going to school.
icy bo,h w "nt to the University of Georgia. Muriel gradual
. with a B A. in History and Harold with his B..V in
ie Ai e was a painter and an artist.
It km fun. all of the veterans struggling together.
/IUriel struggled with the best of them, keeping house.
ipping rooking while going to school. They were both
. i on Ihe campus in many fields including the University
beatre Muriel was one of the organizers and president of
fir^t Philosophy Club.
Next step was coming back to Miami Harold went to
a School In order to go to school and keep his family
teld down three jobs. That isn't only moonlight-
ug, it's sun and star lighting, too. But as Muriel says.
king back, "If you want something badly enough you
d I way." They did. So while Harold went to school,
iel had her family, two daughters. Susan and Nancy.
hen began the busy time tor Muriel.
It was P.T.A., interesting work in the Conference of
wish Women which was the fore runner of the Federa-
: on of lewish Women of today, president of the I.orber
tiaptef of Children's Asthmatic Research Hospital of
nver. among a host of community projects. Then she
>rked with the Asthmatic Group on the National level.
A~ Muriel Miles she had a column in the Miami Herald
iled The Club Doctor." It became syndicated and was
ad from Honolulu to Frankfort, West Germany. The per
Ml letters resulting from the column began to overflow
to I seven day week. Since Muriel's conscience would
t let her stint on answering the mail something had to
-o. It was the column that went and Muriels conscience
mained Some day those columns will be a book, one
at is sorely needed by clubwomen from Oshkosh to Tim-
:^klo.
The Solomons are great do it yourselfers. They like to
- I and pick up a piece of old furniture and transform it to
mething artistic. But everything is a challenge to Mune
5 e is a member of the committee headed by her husband
Uiat produced the television program series. "This is Sex.
n Channel 2. Presently she is working on the Charter
I eview Board of the City of South Miami. This year there
to be a new charter. Muriel is devoting a lot of time to
ading charters of everywhere. It might be dull to you but
to Muriel it is fascinating. "This is what you live by, ex-
plained Muriel.
She read, a lot but not fiction. She reads to learn.
Right now Muriel's new volunteer job proving the most
challenging of all. She was appointed coordinator of the
rieWly created Women's Division of the Crime Commission
Greatei Miami. Her driving force wants to do something
mat ha> never been done before. To search and findI the
Slu- feels that vou must get down to the core. I hen
IM answer presents itself. She feels that particularly in
government the first ripple can develop the ground swell
will affect the needed change. The government bo-
long; to the people and they should treat it that way.
Muriels philosophy is a simple one. She believes that
Continued on Pago 12-B
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Oivaissa Bauer
Study Weekend
For Area USY
Members of United Synagogue
Youth from congregations in the
Greater Miami area will attend a
study weekend at Camp Owaissa
Bauer, near Homestead, Feb. 2-4.
Faculty members for the week-
end will be Abraham J. Gitte'.son,
educational director of Beth Torah
Congregation and cochairman of
the commission on Jewish Educa-
tion of the United Synagogue of
America; and Rabbi Allen Rutchik.
director of the United Synagogue
of America in the Southeast Re-
gion.
Attending from Beth David Con-
gregation will be Robin Turetsky,
Jonathan Shavin, Zachary Shavin,
Helena Kachline, Mike Kaplan,
Ricky Turetsky. Madeline Traurig,
Mikki Shiff and Marlcy Jordan.
Students representing Beth To- ;
rah Congregation include Mark
lladdad. David Mandel. David Win- ,
ton. Sandy Kutt'.er, Richard Kauf-
man. Marc Zackheim, Les Falke, i
j Ellen Schorr, Sherry Miller. Jackie ,
Kiischenbaum. Henrietta Langer, i
Mona Reis. Susan Abrams. Renee
Book. Susan Feinstein, Sharon
1 Doner, and Ronni Alter.
From B'nai Raphael will be
i Larry Arem. Edwin Farber. Mal-
colm Nagler and Bruce Nagler.
Representing Temple Emanu-El
will be David Abelow, Lidia Epel-
b.iuni ?nd Bruce Singer, while
i Dahlia Abramowitz will represent
! Temple Menorah.
USY members from Temple
Beth Shalom. Hollywood, are Judy
Malavsky and Diane Swartzman;
from Temple Sinai in Hollywood
are Bonita Blumstein. Patricia
Funger. Lee Liederman. Leslie
Liederman and Marshall Platt.
Leonard Hanser and Roger Rukin
will come from Temple Beth El in
West Palm Beach.
Miss Bobbi Ann Ossip, an
English instructor and aca-
demic advisor at Miami-Dade
Junior College North, has
been appointed president ol
Phi Sigma Sigma Sorority
Southeastern district.
Vision And School
Is Seminar Topic
Four members of the Pde
County Optometric Association
Or Olom Tribute
To Mrs. Glixnian
On Sunday Night
A musical reception planned '
Sunday evening at Temple Or
Olom will be a tribute to Mrs.
Ralph Z. (Doris) G'.ixman, wife >i
ihe temple'; spiritual leader, ac-
cording to Ralph Fistel. tern]
president.
Rabbi Fug^ne Labovitz of Tern-
n'e vr Tamld will be featured
speaker.
The children's choir, under I
direction of Cantor Benjamin Ber
Ari. will be featured in th<- musics
oortion of the reception. Michael
Braz will give a piano recital, and
songs will be presented by Cantor
Abraham Seif of Temple Knesettt
Israel. Mrs. Lee Primack and Mrs.
! Alma Sarnoif.
Refreshments will be served by
'he Sis:erhoo;!. with the traditional
grace chanted by the Glixnian
children.
Rabbi and Mrs. G'.ixman were
founders of the Greater Miami
Bikur Cho'.im Society where they
visit the sick several times a week
Mrs. Glixman studied at Beth
Jacob Seminary in Brooklyn ani
at New York University. She ha*
will conduct a two-part seminar- w Heorevi an(J Bar Mitzvah
warkshop on vision and school ciasses (lrovt, tne school bus for
achievement at Coral Par* Elemen- Iv() ,,,.. and .urecteri religiom
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Feb. 7 and 21 at 8am. husband's absences
Philip Margolesky. Stephen .V JJJM
Morris. Donald H. Pearlman and slll;.,.v .,,.;,| were j fact intl
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'^tbout people ana / laces .
BEAUTIFUL LADY
The strolling musicians si rolled to the dais and
played "Beautiful Lady" to Mattie Wajhton who
looked lovely in a while and silver lame after
noon gown. This was the 11th year for the special
luncheon given by Mattie for the Louis D
Brandeis Group of Iladassah in the Fontaine
Room of the Fontainebleau Hotel. This year, the
champagne, roast hcef. Crepes Sonifies with hot
apricot sauce was the greatest! And the asparagus
was the biggest.
Then daughter Honey and her husband Al
Glickman came to Mattie with a birthday cake
full of candles. Honey rushed so fast that it was
a wonder that the candles didn't blow out. But
I hey didn't, until Mattie blew them out amidst
the singing of Happy Birthday. As for Matties age,
Mattie Says -he's 11 years plus
Among the 350 women present were Mrs.
George Valentine, Mrs. Debbie Wernick, Mrs.
Sam Malperin, Mrs Baron de Ilirsch Meyer, Mrs.
Karl Coplon and her daughter Mrs. Howard rlirsch,
Mis. Ruth Cohen, Mrs. Morris Lipp, Mrs. Yana
Sarnoff, Mrs. Marian Fixel, Mrs. Irving Lehrman,
Mrs, Sam Pollock. Then there was Ruth and lly
Glickman who always time their Southern vaca-
tion so they can be here for this wonderful day
with Mattie and Mrs. Max Kern just back from
a four-month honeymoon trip to Europe.
Also seen wen Mrs. Carl Weinkle, Mrs. Harry
Fine. Mrs. Minnie I'alakofl and her daughter
Mrs. Thomas Waterstein who has just moved
into the Four Ambassadors and is ready to start
playing her favorite game, bridge, bridge, bridge.
Mrs Julius Rosenberg was all in white with a
perky white felt hat. Mrs. Rose Turetsky, Mrs.
Sam Ruban. Mrs. Elizabeth Steinbach. Mrs. Ber-
nard Llpson and Mrs. Jack Fine were all part of
this exciting day. There were all kinds of poetry
including a first by Zelda (Mrs. Philip) Thau that
she worked on so diligently. Well, Zelda Dear
Mattie. it was a lovely day!
THEY WERE MARRIED
Si Weinstein and Lillian Neeheles both from
Chicago were married in Rabbi Irving Lehrman's
study. Afterwards there was a family dinner at
the Forte Towers Family included Budd and
Iris, Cutler, and Mrs. David Schuham and Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Fineberg. The bridal couple left on
a Caribbean Cruise and will return to live on
Treasure Island.
The week before the wedding there was a
bridal luncheon at the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
Among those present besides Iris (Mrs. A. Budd)
^utler and her mother, Mrs. Schuham, were Mrs
A. Schoenbaum, Mrs. Bea Kreines, Mrs. Marian
Segal. Mrs. Freda Saks. Mrs. Edith Alderman,
Mrs. I.eona Kamerman, Mrs. Minnie Issen and
Mrs. Rhoda Rossen.
HAPPY EIGHTY FOURTH, POP
That's what the big birthday cake said when
Irv and Georgi Kimmel had a buffet dinner party
for Pop Louis Kimmel at their home. Pop is
eighty tour years young. He and his wife Bessie
have been married 60 years. Patty helped her
parents greet the guests but her brother Jeffrey
Vas away at college, the University of Arizona.
He could only be included in the party by phone
NOT only did he taTk to the birthday boy but to
all of the family who were there, too. There
are three other Kimmel sons besides Irv. Arthur
and his wife Shirley, Sonny and his wife Judy and
Jesse, the bachelor. The two daughters flew in
from California, just for this happy time. One
was sally Hankoff who used to live here and
F.vic. Mi>. Van Johnson.
'THEY NAMED THE BABY' PARTY
When it comes to the fifth, sixth or seventh,
there's not so much excitement. But when it's
the first grandchild on both sides then it's some-
tiling to shout about Sid and Shirley Blumenield
certainly shouted, loud and long. So did Mr. and
Mrs. Al Heller who came from Birimgham, Ala.
with their son, the new uncle Paul, for the "Name
the Baby"' party at the Blumenfeld home. The
cause of all the excitement, was Staci Dawn, born
to Jack It. Blumenfeld and the former Muni
Heffer. The naming service was a lovely little
ceremony given by Rabbi Morris Skop of Pom-
pano Beach. Rabbi Skop had bar mitzvahed Jack.
confirmed him and married him. So what could
be more fitting than that he should name their
firsl child' Staci Dawn was cunning, smacking
her lips over the speck o. wine she tasted. All
of the decorations and cake were in pink. Guests
included another new aunt and uncle. Janice and
Mike Blumenfeld, Mr, Barry Taran. Mr and Mrs
AUin Corenblum, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Breslow,
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Shaffer. Mr and Mrs. Wil-
liam Bloom. Mr Ed Holly, Mr. and Mrs. Burl
Redlus. Mr. and Mr- Stan Goldstein. Judge and
Mrs. Sam Silver. Federal Judge and Mrs. Ted
Cabot came in from Ft. Lauderdale. The grand-
parent.- arc Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kaplan.
A REAL SURPRISE
It was Willard and Lillian Man-hand's 30th
wedding anniversary. In honor of the day. Dr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Medoff and Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Ha-ker took them out for cocktails. When they
arrived back at the Marchand house it had been
transformed. All around the house were posters
of the anniversary pair. Lights were strung around
the dock and pool area. They shone on the red-
checked table cloths with their wine bottles and
flowers. They shone on the high hatted chef
guarding the steaming pizzas, and authentic Itali-
an dinner. The keg of beer was tapped just right,
a feat in itself. Later, movies were shown of
the wedding taken thirty years before. It was
both fantastic and nostalgic. The Marchand
children gave the party. Calvin and Mary David.
Paul and Tobi Marchand and Nancy Marchand.
They were certainly ingenious. Guests included
Dr. and Mrs. Philip Stern, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
Dubbin, the Serhins. John and Georgian, Lewis
and Janet. Mr. and .Mrs. Marchand. Mr. and Mrs
D. R. Folph, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Gardner, Dr.
and Mrs. Ted Stevens. Mr. and Mrs. William
Gordon, and Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Nussbaum.
There were lots of folks from the Marchands
home town. Cleveland. Ohio.
Frances Lehman
t
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Chapters of Mizrachi Women s
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fortheir February meetings.
Aviva Chapter will hold a card
party on Wednesday at 12:30 p.m.
at Jordan Marsh. A2:80p.m. meet-
ing Monday, Feb. 19. will be eon
ducted bv Mrs Simon April, presi-
dent, at the Coral Cables Federal.
Dov Chapter has
noon board meet in;
day, Feb. 14. and a
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scheduled a
for Wednes
genera] meet-
b ith sessions
to be held at the home of Mrs.
Irene l.e ser, 1643 SW Tth St. Mrs.
Louis Tokayer is president.
Hadar Chapter will hold a gen
eral meeting Thursday, Feb 15, al
the Surfside immunity Center.
.\ii> Chat v- Simon is group pres-
ident,
Hatikvah Chapter 10 a m board
meeting on Thursdaj, Feb 8, will
be held at I Jacob C. I ohen
Communitj Synago; \ eneral
meeting Thursd j no n, Feb 22,
will mark George Washington's
birthday To be held at Kneseth Is-
rael i iti n, the afternoon
will include a dessert luncheon and
an Israeli film Mrs Hj mat Kolko
is president
Kinneret Chapter will have its
Saturday Games Night Set
Beth Tov Sisterhood is sponsor-
ing a games nighl on Saturda) at
the temp!.' Mr>. Nat Laurie i.s
Sisterhood president
'.,eneral meeting Wednesday eve-
ning at 8:30 at Temple Zamora.
Program will feature Rabbi A\rom
l>i a/in who will review "The
Cho>en."' Mr- Bernard Celbert.
president, has planned a theatre
party lor Sunday evening. Feb. II.
;it the North Miami Playhouse.
Production will be "Come Blow
Your Horn."

Shalom Chapter has slated a
general meeting for Thursday,
Feb. 8. at 1 p.m. at KM) Lane. I
lid on Tuesday, Feb 27. Mrs Sol
,moii Trachtenberg, president, will
honor chapter members at a
luncheon to be held at the home of
Mis. Jay Demur
Mrs RacheJ Laufar Katz. presi-
dent ol Miami Beach Chapter,
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Friday, February 2. 1968

W,vr..a/
Terry Goldberg
lee Slolbach
Martin Waas
Robert Elterman
Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Elterman. 1071 NE 176th
Ter, will observe his Bar Mitzvah
Saturday morning. Feb. 3. at Beth
Torah.
The celebrant is a student of the
fifth year graduating Hebrew class
and will be a member of the con-
firmation class of 1969.
Mr. and Mrs. Elterman will
sponsor the Oneg Shabbat in his
honor following the ceremony.
Attending will be Robert's grand-
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Elter-
man.
man, Sr.
* *
Terry Goldberg
Terry R- Goldberg will become
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Judea Sat-
urday morning, Feb. 3.
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Gold-
berg, Terry is a seventh grade
student at Ponce de Leon Junior
High. He is a member of the
Khoury Baseball League. He will
continue his religious education to
confirmation.
Grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Shub. of Ontario, Canada, '
will be here to help Terry cele-
brate.
Elliott Finkel
The Bar Mitzvah of Elliott Da- I
vid, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack 1
Finkel. 7465 SW 135th St.. will take !
place Saturday morning, Feb. 3. !
at Temple Or Olom.
Elliott is in the seventh grade
"f Palmetto Junior High and plays
:n;mpet in the school band. He is
lumber of Troop 215. Boy Scouts
: America.
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Finkel of
Saratoga Springs. NY., paternal
grandparents of the Bar Mitzvah.
will be among out-of-town guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Finkel will host the
Kiddush following the Saturday
ing services. A reception
.snoring the celebrant will
.ield Saturday night at the Bis-
.ayne Terrace Hotel.
*
Lawrence Mufson
Lawrence, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Mufson. will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday. Feb. 3. at
Temple Emanu-EI.
Lawrence attends Nautilus Jun-
ior High where he plays -axophone
in the band. He is president of the
graduating class, and is a member
cf the Boy Scouts of America and
b. rock and roll band. He also plays
violin.
tion.
Michelle is a student of the fifth
yo.ir graduating Hebrew cia-s and
will be a member of the confirma-
tion class of 1969.
Mr. and Mrs. Greene will spon-
sor the Oneg Shabbat in her hon-
or, following the servires.
Attending will be Michelle's
grandmother. Mrs. Pearl Green-
blatt of Chicago.
Martin Waas
Martin Arnold, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Maxwell Waas. 337 SW 2th
Rd., will become Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday, Feb. 3, at Beth David
Congregation. Martin will conduct
the traditional services and chant
the Haftorah.
The celebrant is a seventh grade
student at Shenandoah Junior
High, where he plays in the band
and is a member of the Student
Council.
Among guests will be Martin's
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. H. J.
Speigel and Mrs. C. S. Waas.
* *
Lee Srolbach
Lee Joel Stolbach. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Whitlock. 7802
Dickens Ave. will observe his Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday. Feb. 3. at
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute.
The celebrant is a seventh grade
student at Nautilus Junior High,
where he is a member of the
school band, and received his He-
I brew education at Agudath Israel
j Religious School.
Mrs. Whitiock serve; as vice
president of the synagogue Sister-
hood.
Lee will be honored at a recep-
tion following :h;' cere.v.nny ),,
by his parents
Mr. and Mr' S rg, ac-
tive members ol the gue for
a number of yeai s
Jonathon Bar'Ow
Sat:!' ning, I :; Jona-
thon Barrov \; ..
vali al th Israelil
Son of M rris Bai | Mrs.
.lam- Barrow, I t is
the sen nth grade at S
Junior High.
Jonathon will be honored at the
Kiddush following services and at
an open house in the even
Robert Elterman
The newly formed parents committee cf the
F'ine Art.- of Beth David includes (standing
from left): Mrs. Sol Landau, Mrs. Frederick
Scher, Kenry Gordon, art director, and Mrs.
Max Silver; and (seated from l^ft): M->s-
dames Nrrthan Glove'. Mcie Terdnch, Mar-
vin Gillman, Burton Levy, and Robert Siegel,
Not shown are: Mrs. Byron Sparb?r, Mrs.
Fred Baer. Max Silver, Mrs. Morton Wein-
berger Mrs. Samuel Gordon and Mrs.
Sherwyn Weiss.
February Events Are Announced By
Jewish War Veterans Auxiliaries
The celebrant will be honored at
i Kiddush in Sirkin Hall following
the service.
Mrs. MohV Mufson and Mrs. Lee
Leibow. grandmothers, will attend
the event.
* .
Jeffrey Blinsky
Jeffrey, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Maurice Blinsky. will observe his
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. Feb. 3,
it Temple lion.
Jeffrey is an eighth grade pupil
at South Miami Junior High and
has attended Temple Zion Reli-
gious -School for the past three
years.
Dr. and Mrs. Blinsky will host a
Sinner reception at their home Sat-
-rday evening in honor of the
:elebrant.
.
Michelle Greene
Michelle, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Newton Greene, will observe
her Bas Mitzvah Friday evening,
Feb. 2, at Beth Torah Congrega-
jStar Lakes Apts.
Adds Auditorium
Star Lakes Estates, condo nin-
ium apartment located at M 2 I
Ave. and 191st St.. has completed
the aud:toiium for the complex
I which already has over 200 fami-
lies in residence.
Harold Cohan, director of sales.
,has announced that apartments
| are now being offered in the two
newly opened sections, with the
one-bedroom, one-bath apartment
| starting at S12.900. When compiet-
. ed. Star Lakes will house more
] than 600 families in 30 buildings,
I two and three stories high, with
elevators.
The new auditorium features a
billiard table, card room, lounge,
TV room, complete kitchen facili-
ties and a hobby room. In addi-
tion, it has a seating capacity of
700 for prulesslor.al shows and
l movies.
I Geared to an adult community,
the iounds of the estate are land-
scaped, with two spring-fed lakes
for ushing. boating and swimming.
luncheon Meeting Tuesday
The Greater Mia.ni Chapter of
; Deborah Hospital will hold its reg-
i ular monthly luncheon meeting on
Tuesday at noon at the Algiers
Norman Bruce Brown Auxiliary
, No. 174 will hold a regular meet-
ing at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at Py-
thian Hall. 46th Ave. and W. Flag-
ler St.. Miami. Tuesday. Feb. 20,
8 p.m. at Pythian Hali, the Post
and Auxiliary will sponsor a forum
in observance of Brotherhood
Week Guest speakers will be the
radio panel group of station WEs'Z:
Fr. Thomas E. Barry, St. Thomas
the Apostle Catholic Church: Rev.
Lloyd N. White, Miami Baptist As-
sociation, and Rabbi Max Shapiro.
Beth Kodesh Congregation. In ad-
dition, they will be joined by Fr.
Theodore R. Gibson, Christ Epis-
copal Church. Moderator will he
Daniel Neal Heller, past national
commander of Jewish War Veter
ans. Musical portion of the pro-
gram will be provided by Cantor
Nathan Pamass of Israelite Cen-
ter Mrs. Belle Swartz is Auxiliary
president.
West Miami Auxiliary No. 223
was due to hold its regular meet-
ing on Thursday at Temple Ahaval
.Shoioin with a social hour follow-
ing the meeting.
Aux'li rj pn sidenl is Mrs N >r-
man I:,,, man.
Mur imon Auxiliary \ i
243 v a- a .,. sla d for a n
me 'tin; i n Thursday.
On Thursday, Feb IS al 815
p.m. at Temple Zamora the Auxil-
iary w n hold their aim .
night, presenting cit;
w '" and chairn n for thi asl
' work President Mi
Nat Brown will make her o
visit to the auxiliary al :.:i -
ing
Auxiliary president is Mr
Kaufman.
.Miami Beach Auxiliary No. 330
was to hold a regular meeting on
Thursday. Another regular
ing will be held Thursday. Feb. 15
at 8: id p.m. at the American Le-
gion Hall. 18th and Alton Rd. Mi-
ami Beach. The Auxiliary will
sponsor the Oneg Shabbat 'at Tern-
pie Emanu-El Friday evening.
Feb. 16, and will present a Night
Club Night on Saturdav. Feb. 24
at 8:30 p.m. at the Casablanca
Hotel. Chairman is Mrs. Ceil Roch-
warg. Proceeds will be used for
| the Auxiliary's activities.
Auxiliary president is Mrs. Bes
iie Giober.
* *
Four Freedoms Auxiliary No
402 will hold a regular meeting on
rnursday, Feb. 29 at 8 p.m. at the
tour Freedoms Bldg., 15th Floor
3&U0 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach
features of the evening will in-
clude the presentation of the Trav-
eling Friendship Gavel to the Aux-
t iliary by the Miami Beach Auxil-
iary No. 330, and the official visit
of Dept. President Mrs. Nat Brown.
Auxiliary president is Mrs. Ann
Brodoff.
*
j Victor B. Freedman Auxiliary
No. 613 will hold a Jack Pot Card
Party on Saturdav. Feb. 17 at 8
p.m. at Temple Sinai, 1201 John-
son St.. Hollywood. Auxiliary pres-
ident is Mrs. Sam Perry.
*
North Shore Auxiliary No. 677
will hold a regular meeting Wed-
nesday, Feb. 14. at 8:15 p.m. at
Washington Federal, 1234 Wash-
ington Ave.. Miami Beach. Thurs-
day, Feb. 15, the Auxiliary' will
hold a card party at noon in the
Roney Plaza Hotel. Mrs. Bea Blatt
is chairman with proceeds to be
used for Veterans' and Community
work.
A social meeting Wednesday.
Feb. 28. at 8:15 p.m. at Washington
Federal. Normandy Isle, will fea-
ture a book review on "Sex and
the Senior Citizen." The review
will be presented by the coauthors
of the book. Revy Wilker and Peg
Savage. Auxiliary president is Mrs.
David Cobden.
*
Hialeah Miami Springs Auxiliary-
No. 681 will hold its regular meet-
.1)- al 9 a in. Sundaj at the Park
Lane Cafeteria, Hialeah. Mrs Ber-
''" I Lcvilch is Auxiliarj presi
dent.
Al e Hen i \ ix :...., \\, gg
will hi ... ilar met tin j al
... p.m fhur- al | Hall
Mia.ni Beach A member-
' : :i so< held rhurs-
day. Fob 22 i p Member
' P ch ii.-i Mrs R< iben I o-
'" res is An
Gro n
Harry I [. t ,\.i\ |jarj Nl,
7-:! will hoi on
Wednesday, 14. al Suriside
1 ''' '-'' '- H P-m. The Auxil-
"ys annual card party mil be
held on Sunday, Feb. 11 at Ten. :,-
Ner ramid. at 8 p.m. Proceeds >o
to child welfare and hospital ac-
tivities. Chairman is Mrs. Si-
Gartner. Auxiliary president is
us bidnej Tragash.
Whitworth To Seek Election
As State Representative
Commissioner Lew Withworth
announced this week that he will
seek election to the Florida House
of Representatives. District 94. for
the seat being vacated by Kenneth
i Meyers.
Whitworth is going to put par-
ticular emphasis in returning more
State dollars to the taxpayers of
Dade County. He points out that
too many dollars leave home and
never return to help overcome the
problems in the urban areas.
Shlomo Cariebach
In Song Recital At
Hebrew Academy
Shlomo Cariebach. tinging gui-
tarist, will return to the Greater
Miami area with a program of
Jewish folk songs. He will appeal
at the Hebrew Academy. 2400
Pine Tree Dr Miami Beat i Sat
urday evening It- 10. at B:30
Sunday morning. Feb. 11, ., 10 00
A Ri iduati iliunbia
s!ty, he is noti d tor his H
flavor and interpretations I pa-
s Iron tl : e. Last yea
inpearar.ee in Miami atl I I
- 'ine lii iters ani t<
?ers 'm a S n lay mornii .
formance.
Tickets for the perfoi
ire ava :, |< al Um Hebrew
'">' The proci .- will enal e I u
Bih grade Jun.or High clasi il the
school to visit Washingtoi nexi
June.
Chai Chapter BB Women Meet
Chai Chapter. B nai B'riti W
en. has scheduled a card partj I
Sunday at 7:3n pm. in the Was
nigton Federal. 1234 Wa-:; I
A\e.
Woman Of The Week
Continued From Page 9-B
toMta?*. Sk!i!S are a *ift God It is a tru-.
bUt 0 sh'w ,h K T lle'P "'" N01 M ,heli
heon h. I ,h,ey t0 can devpl0P Sh* ho ha*
struct ve rIcS?Jhou" "ever be criticism unless cok
ready to hltnhlf Wlt,h i! Never te down oleas
Th c p U ld up aeain Th's is Utopia
centered home wi? IZT i eaCh ,hr !t 1S a fcther
and MurielTave L I". V,ng ^ ""^ V'Ce- Har1,1
to be responsible Zt l?l *". cxamPle lt> two girls,
things for which 1? '^ ,0 Mitv' and do '
else thev have trie^tn^a(KPeCial lpti,ude- Above ai!
agree. to ,each them to question not to just
one. S'har.'keVn2^; of H? "S 7* ** **>"*
she writes now and ,^ Umr and ,he Parod,es that
Poke fun at her own ^ Cr3Ck you UP' She ^an even
Part of^Muriel's makrunT055 V? *?** force that is
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*Jeisti fkrrtitr
Paqe 13-B

Men' Social Club Seats 1968 Leaders
The Morton Towers Men's So- and the Domestic Relations Court
cial Club will hold its annual in- 'n Hudson County. N.J.___________
ital'ation. d'tiner. dance and show *"
in the Carillon Hotel Sunday eve
ling.
Circle Awards were presented
iRT A:.: ual Mellah Mother Tri!
y at the Hiltcn PI a
' [rg fa rk Kramer. S
den! and c)
i '. ie Shurack, M I I' i
' :; ^r or. :
Year;" Mrs. Eva Sha] iro, Mrs. Flore.
Kupperman, immediat i region past presi-
; Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, sponsor o:
in Miai h. Not shown, Mrs. Hot-
S : Ider, region pi nt, who
If] twards,
) iddish Star
Yahlakotf At
Cinema Theatre
. n Yabla! fi star of the
% theatre; it ens Friday for
i k engagement at Leon
.. g v Idish American
, Theatre
Vablakoff is prepared a
pr igram tor his appear-
the Cinema and will be
si u d three times daily, at 3:00
. '15 p. .v. With him wi'l
, cast ot entertainers who
i :ri- nuaic. comedy and
infi
on tap Is i Yiddish film.
I with an all star Yiddish
; and-'Bnljksh subutles. Per-
: .maneei at FrwUirriema are con-
, j- viththe tiini scheduled to
ShowaftftitiDS at 1:30 p.m.
. blakoff is well known, not
, a star pyrtormer, but as a
rind brdnr.eer of musical
t which he has presented
Si York Cits In key cities
..: lout the L'nited States and
and in recent years, in
and Israel
The following officers will serve
for the year 1968: president. Judge
Morris E. Bjrison; honorary pre?:
lent. Earl M. Weiner; vice presi-
lents, Samuel At. Rubin. Alber;
Loe win than, Sigmund Zinner and
Abe London: secretaries. Julius
Lessing and Milton Mi-hkin: treas-
irer. Harry Coster: sergeant at
arms, Allen Canting.
On the board of directors, with
\brahani Checkman as chairman,
ire Al Altshuler, Charles M. As-;
cheim, William Barnett. Nathan
Buxbaum. Allan Caiman. H. Sol
'.'apian. Abraham Cha'mer. Harry
\. Cohen. Abraham Edelman, Ab-
raham Greenblath, William Gor-
finkle, Joshua Lieberman, Bernai
Lifton, Robert Li:t. Jack Mazo.
Samuel I Miller, I! irberl Ph'll p
Max Polikoff, Isadore A. Re
Joseph M. Ross. Sam Rudenber
William Smith, Samuel T.il n u
Charles Weinberger. David Why
man and Dr Morris Witus.
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HERMAN YABIAKOFF
Jewish Att And Artists
Jo-h Kligerman. director cf the
Gulf American Gallery, will pre-
sent a special program on "Jewish
Art and Artists" at the YM -YWHA
of Greater Miami Sunday at 8:15
p.m. Mrs. Ray Benin is chairman
Rabbi's Bible Is
Dr. Simon's Text
Dr Solomon Simon, author and
lecturer, will .-peak at the second
Teachers Seminar on Fri-
day at the Bureau of Jewish Edu-
cation. Dr. Simon will discuss his
text. "The Rabbi's Bible."
Dr. Simon, associate professor
)i Bible and Sociology In the Jew-
sh Teachers' Seminary, Is author
if several books, including the
itories for youth. "The Wandering
Be [gar." "The Wi-- Men of Helm
a-d Their Merry Tales." He was Tn 52 Association of Greater
editor of "The Sliulblatt" in 1940 Miami has scheduled an art auc-
and editor of "Kinder Journal" tjon for Wednesday evening at the
from 1947 to 1930. He has be?n a Roney Plaza Hotel. The group
staff member of the New York raises funds to provide entertain-
Morn n.4 Journal since 1951. and ment for ho-pitalized veterans and
eceived the Mordecai S'olar Lit- welfare assistance for their fam-
rary Award in 1956 and the Kes- iIU->
jel L'terary prize of Mexico.
Louis II Stallman, May t i
iurfside, will act as install'n
licer. and Matthew M. SI
louncilman of West Miami, will
act as master of ceremonies.
Judge Barison served for man;
years as Democratic floir leader
n the New Jersey state Legisla-
ture and a- Judge of the Juvenile
Art Auction To Aid Veterans
The seminary series is under
the direction of Dr. Nathaniel Sor-
off. bureau consultant.
CAST OF THE Dr. O'Hara"
show at the Roosevelt Theater are
regulars at Bob Hanna's Omar's
of the Cultural Arts Committee of Tent, where the delicious cuisine
the YMHA, H Lebanese.____________
A NEW FLEET of 12 limousines,
ambulances and hearses will be
lelivered to Riverside Memorial
Chaoels in February. Riverside
changes its fleet every year to in-
sure that its equipment will be the
latest and most modern available.
according to Leonard Zilbeit. vice
oresident.
Everybody has r-eard about Zip Code.
But rot everybody is using it. Perhaps some pc
th:ik of it as just a favor to the post office-sorre.- g
to do if they happen to think of it.
But Zip Code is much, much more than that.
Zip hebs our postal workers move mail the modern
way. With Zip, they can sort it faster and dehver rt by
more direct routes. With Zip, they will use mode-rt elec-
tronic machines that "read" Zip numbers and sort mail
fifteen times faster than was possible before!
People who don't use Zip Code hold up the mail for
themselves and for everyone else.
So use Zip on every mailing address. Use it on your
return address, too. When in doubt about a Z^o Code
you can call your post office or look it up in t~.e>< Z P
Code Directory.
And if someone writes you and doesn't use Z b Code
-tell him. For us. We.need all the help we can get.
HOW ZIP CODE WCHKS
Suppose the Zip Code It W635. The J
says it goes to the Midwest. The 06
narrows it down to Cn.cago. The last two
alBlts-"35"-plnpolnt the local post
Office. This eliminates many handl.ng pro-
cedures. The letter is sorted faster, and
sent more directly to Its destination.
*
Published as a public
servicv in cooperaUn with The Advertising Council -^jg
m
;jgy Mail moves the country-
" ZIP CODE moves the maill
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*Jenist fhrkMan
Friday, February 2, 1968
Deaths In
Greater Miami
WEINER
il .liui 25.
uko from
n, 70, of 1.100 Iliij i;. i dl
' If oajne here *e\ en v ear
^ Vnrk I'ity alld waa :, i. in...
.il eatate KHlexmiin. He was pre*i-
hi of Men'* out of Greater Miami
board member nl rrnal R'rilh
ml ,i iii,mi,.-r ..f il,.- American
tl'iu. survivors Include Mi- uii'.
''' "on, Morton of Highland
irk. 111. |ft-o daughters, Mrs. Muri-
I laire Drualn of II..Il\......I: three
brothera, Charlea, lliir..|.l and l..uis.
II of Mew Vork: two sisters. Mrs
irl.y Weinman and .Mrs. Beatrice
Mayan. aba
- rniid.-hildri II.
1 Mi. 38 ill Itiv
of N.Y.,
Service*
.raid*" AH..
and
irere
i IUI.
nt.ie
held
i-liii-
KESSIER
Harry, :.t, of 6301 BW ISih si died
Inn. -'? II.- came hero 36 years nan
.in Brooklyn and wan a Marine
1 nrps Veteran .f World War n nnd
niemh.-r ..f R*na| B'rlth. II. ivn*
ii employe of Jordan Marah of
Miami :n Hi.- time of his death
Survivor* Inelude hie ml,- Ornr<
'i-.. daughlera, Mrs. Beverly s..l,.,-
i and Yynn Keaaler; hi* pare-.its,
Mrs. laldore Keaaler >>i
-ii
n.I
: mokiyn; |
Uillliim. ;,,|
i.-.-s were hi
Funeral II-.iii
I Nil
111
IllMlll.' I
one tri-.-niils
M ,l:i.i
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lei i
ler find
n s.i -
L'l' ;n Dnrdmi
il:'. I 111- Ml ill
JACOBS
'enrg I' 72 .-i IMO Itaj In- died
-ii' -I A rei dent f..i I:; \, ,,. | .
uii. ii-..in Cleveland i. '... ,,i |._
- ni Ins renl eatate Investment* in
'-'-. being an early developer .-i
n..i iii.in.lv 1.1.. ;,,i Xormnndv
sitorea. ii. u ,. .-, member of Temple
-i-..-I. Pioneer riuh ..i Miami Reach,
'liiiini Ranch Taxpayer* Assn nnd
lie .Ml: A...iiliii.ni II,,,,., v..,,
survivor* Include his w|fe, I vdn M
s..ii. l.,.iiis i: ,,f I-,,nil nnhlea- i\\..
ii ugh ter*, m,s |>.ris Knvan'nmrh
i Pensncnla ;.-.i.i Betty Jacob* of
djnml ii .i-t.r. su. .I.1.-..I.S. of
"""i nnd never grandchildren
" -.1.- \,.i in.-.nilx- ls|,. Mem
I
Joel P. Newman will be in-
stalled as president of the
Miami Beach Executives
Club, Thursday, Feb. 8, at a
banauet held at the Ecten Roc
Hotsl. He will re-eive the
qcve1 from immediate past
ore?idnt, Dr. M;~hil Sos-:n.
president Stan Gold of Local
172. United Federation of Postal
Clerks, Florida Fed Editor Hank
Greenberg and Legislative Repre-
sentative C. o. Smith, will attend
a national legislative rally in Wash-
ington, Hi'., for three davs Mart
Feb. 5.
in
SCHWARTZ.
Euclid .We
STUART, .1.
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GOLDMAN
toherl 11.. of 4f>49 Plnetree Rr died
fin. -.1 Fnrmert) of Phlli.....Iphia,
was a realdenl here for :'l i-enr*
j graduate of the Cnlvesltv of
I'ennaylvania, he was the developer
l Breeaeawapt Hnmea In .Miami
re ".is a Richer ,,,- T.-iimi.. Rmnnu-
.1 and Hil.ls.iis |..|K,. |-,<..\M Sur-
iv.tv Include his (v|f. k.,v,. four
aughtera, Pat, Valerie, I.nn.ln .r-i.i
'nldmnn, all of Miami Reach s.-r-
Icea war* held Jan : al Rii ei
ide Alum i: Chanel,
M: 77th
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- :
Inter-
V.,r.
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7"ili
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of g| 13rd
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ie, B2, .-I 752(1 E
eralde Chapel.
i.f 1220 i >
Tn
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of I I I
,.l 107
Collins
Rrexel
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H2nd
ARBALAEZ. I
SI RJveraldi
BALL. .Miss K,
-ui.- Dr. IU\
BiER. Mrs Bertha, TV
l'r Newman Chapel
BLOOMENTHAL. M,s Rom
i Hi- Shalom Xuraiim
Itlveralde Chapel
BOREK. I'..-.-,... 70, ol
Ivi RUimIh ra Cha|H-l
COHEN. Morrla, 7 of
\m- Rlvi i.i,i. Chnpel
GREENBERG Mi ry, k4.
3rd St. Clordon Chapel
LEVENSON. i:.li,i.l. 7::.
SI Itiv.rsi.l.- lh;i|i,.|.
ROACHE. Michael .1 .;|, of 7.123 Rla
,-aj-ne Blvd RIiihIh-iii Chaiiel
SCHAPIRA. Mrs. Roae, 7:>.
Meridian Ave Riveralde Chapel
alshan, Herman, T-.-. ..f 1710 \i-:
if 1st St. Riveralde Chapel
DOLGIN. M..rris, .;,.. of I SSI VI-:
'.liiimi 'l.-iril.-iis in Riveralde Chii-
|.el
GREENBERG. I...nis. ?s .,1 7S0S Hard-
ing Ave. Blaaberg Chapel
KATZMAN, li.-n i.-i nun. ;.*.. ol is,,,.
coral Way, Blnaueraj Chaiiel
KHAUTIN. .I:i.i|ues ;". of t"i s\V
12nd Ave. Blaaberg Chnpel.
WORKMAN, Mr. Certrude, R!>, ol
192(0 M-: 22nd A v.- Blaaberg Cha-
KNAPP, David Bernard, 72. ..1 Is is-
laml Ave Riveralde Chapel
LATTMAN. Mrs Becky, 80, .,1 11 nn
' '..Mills A\ Civ.rsi.l. Chiin. I
carter. Mrs Dorothy, ;.'. of ui
S\V ".1st pi, i;..nt..n Chnpel
DORF. M.is.s. ::.. ..f 1...... Weal Ave
Riveralde Chapel
HACKMYER. Mrs I-:Im. T| f |ss|
\\\ 11 iii Rd, Riveralde chapel
SiEGEL. Joaeph, 7.".. of :.:::::: Collina
\v. Riveralde Chapel
A BALI, Sim.ni K., .,f ::;:i 20tl
Riveralde Chapel,
cohen. .Mrs Martha, ;.:. of
Liberty A\. RR 1 -i.i. Chapi 1
RISK, Mrs. Bather, SO, ..f l.'.l KB
St. Gordon Chapel
weiner. Ira, 7". .-! 1.1..... Baj
Riveralde Chapel
BITENSKY. Isi-ii.-l, K2, nl SR40
tii SI Oord/iq Chapel
BRONSTEIN, ,l)i. HeHHle. 7
ocean l>r. KewTnan Chnpel
GOLDBERG, Bather. 7". ..! 177. Jnmi
Ave Riveralde Chanel
GOLOFARB. Mrs Rachel, 72, fit'.
Collins Avi Rlaahetg Chapel
HAYES. .Mrs Doria, 58, of 1238 l.'.tli
St. Riveralde Chapel
HORLICK, l'l.iuii.. 'in. of ISO XR
i:;:.th si Gordon Chapel
LEVY. Isie. 7T', ..f ::s..| c......s Ave
ltlnv.li.-ri; Ch;.|..l
MESSING, Max. 54, of 4" Veragua
Riveralde chapel
SCHLESINGER. Ili.rr,. 7., ,.,- jgj
Itth St. Riveralde Chapel
shelley. Harold Michael, TO, ..r :.'.--.
colllnf Ave. Riverside Chanel
BENDER, Abraham It., 64r, Indian
Creek Hr Riveralde Chapel
GILLMAN, lien. 58. of 787 KB I'.lih
Ter. Riverwide Chnpel.
GOLDBERGER, Harry, 76, <.f '_'!.ir. XR
I'M st Ter. Riverside Chapel.
JACOBS, fieorge P.. 72, of l!-30 Rtiv
Dr. Riverside Chapel.
B, Bay Harbor Dr. Riverside Chanel
JACOB-SON. George W.. $?,. of 10002
Interment Mt. Xebo.
KLIMAN, Mrs. Mollle. C6, of 1500 Bay
Rd. Blaaberg Chapel.
M
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In.
N \V
-hi-
i.llins
Is|
Ml
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SI
-_-......
52nd
Rd.
s\v
ol |no
. Aillhilll I I
SI Rlvi raide Chapel
ABRAMSON. IN..... ,.; ,,, .....
'I Ai' Riverside 'Impel
BECKER, I II.MAX 7..
Mn1 Ave Klverxid. Chan
CHASAN, Arthur. .,1 7:11 <\\
SI Riveralde Chnpel
^i'l-i'lc '"' Gordim Chapel
FRISCO, Rachel, ; ,,,
mem mi. Xelai
GINSBERG, rierahon -,
kha'm" ii" ,:il''-"l' '"hi.....I
S.HAN, ll.-irr\. vi. ...f ).,;:,, \ \y
Aye Riverside Chaiiel
KRINGSTEIN. Anna. .;:, ,,1 -.
5J"I Si Gordon Chanel
PLOTKIN. Jack. .,-.. in.......,
v'.Vir'1' '';':'1"-1 Intermeiii
RAKOFff, Dorla, .,: :; ,7 ,-
Ave Rlveraid. Chmiel
ROSEN. Abraham, no, 1,1 ..-:.,
.2nd T,r I'.liini, I-,,,,. r| ||,,ln,
l.-rm.iii \|, \-,.|,
WEISSMAN. I....... B|, ,., ,.-......
Hi Ave Rlversidi Chanel
ZENDING. William <|i ,,1 rr
.iV.';..u' ,!lv' '-"'' (''
MINSK, Kellman, i. ,.
.-Ve v'l '" ''' "" 1
P|CK. In,.,,- I- 1..... SM
\, l,:n"" '''' ''''"" ; '' '"'.....
ROZANSKY. GusmI. 77 ,,, -| | |
dhin \., (ioi-don -
PREMACK. Ii,...,,, :; ,,, --, ,. .
Ilns .Vv. .;,,!,,,, ,
ROZMAN. w llllani ,.; .... ,.
gill V 1 lie! I '-,
SILBERMAN, joaeph, 77. ,-i
TilD,.hv^^N' u,n"' '"h
.RNA, E^
lta> llai'hor llr Ulvei
WALDOR. Mm
flu* Avi ltd......-,,
ALBRECHT, Solon......
DUBROFF. .losel.h, ..:. ol 177.11 \u-
f, ,'. :' ', I Wnahh
Mt Xehi >'hnpe| Int.
BISBXRKRfi, Mrs Vnnn 7- ,.f
BW 7Slh Ave Riversld. Chiini i
lermenl Ml V. I,n
FELD. Mr. Patinj 7.1
s.lh Ave Cii.rili.ii Chanel
GOLDBERG. Michael 02 of ISIil
lh \v. Rlnsbera Chapel
GOLDMAN. Mr. ,;s.- M ol
hij i:.l Riveralde Chanel
HAMBURGER. .I.,.l, ,-. ,,,
KoVn'ccH 'I-', Av'' ""'"""erg 1
kosoff. Archie, 55 .,, 117-,,, v\v
ISfiMi s, Riasbem Chapel
MARTIN. Bldnrus Rr|, .;:
MOSs'm'''' .' P'wfM' r-hnnel '
! ,' I. v "V" '' '' T4'" 'nl.-r
Chanri V"U"te l:'v"-"1'
NARVA. Mr. \ 4., p
N^sMAlN.AMi:,,;!;'-,7r:;h"c), v
orensteii:;,-,::;;,;:"1;,: ";:;'.
-..- "" ^v'' Itlv.Talde Chanel
SOKOL. Chi|... M ,- ','-..,.', su.
lord.....>-.....1
ABRAVAYA. Mr. ,,,. ;-. v
1 -.-hi Dr c.onlnii Chanel
DANIEL. .,.,,,. 77. of ,';:.i,i U...I We
friedman. Samuel, v: ,,1 ..;,,. ,-,,.
at umV'4, Nv""':i" Chanel
GiLMAN. Henjnmln, bo, of .........,.Bn
l'r Newman Chanel
HALFON. M;,r,. 72, r ,
Dr. Xi \i in:. 1, Chanel
KAUFMAN. |:. ,,,:,,.
KRuhmam", ''"'-"' Chanel
KRUHMAN. Ian 71 nl !:-,|s Buclid
. A.'. N"nian Cl apel
levin. Maurice, 78. of |n Belli 1.1.
tlveralde Chanel
MT.T,r W Pra.....s. 7s. ol isioi
M .LER ve Riveralde Chanel
miller. Abraham, 81, .,' BOO VVaah-
rap^aport. Srnjs.hssr.,
Ry,BiN:hi7,;s,"^:;::-^"-,:;h-A
*mim2?X?2lS .V- 'i"r,1';n Chanel
SPIEGELMAN, Marry A .;l. nl VII
THA "coA'w ,tiv-r^''- Chapel
TH.ALE*. Mr- Sylvia. 71. .if IK4S
Ruelld Ave. Riverside Chgpel
In
In-
SW
\\\
1......
8111
Attorney Gravson
Seeks Reelection
To (louncil Seat
llt'iinan C.rayson has qualified
for reelection to the Surf/side Town
Couqcil. He was elected for a two-
year term ol office in 19f?6.
\ resident of (his area s'nee
1936. Mr. C.rayson. 47. earned both
his undergraduate and law degrees
al the University of Miami.
A Major in the U.S. Air Force
Reserve, Mr. Grayson was on ac-
tive duty from lf42 to 1fi n-d
during the Korean emergency. He
is the holder of the Bronze Star.
Air Medal, Armed Force Reserve
Medal and French Croix dc Oiierre.
He is a graduate of the Air Force ,
Squadron Officers School. Air Staff
and Command School and recently
received his diploma from the Air
War College.
He holds membership in Mu
S>?ma and Phi Epsilon Pi. national
fraternities.
Mr. Grayson is currently admin-
istrative vice president ;mtl general
counsel of the Community Concert
Association of Greater Miami, a
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY juuGE'j COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77397-C
In RE: l-Ntiiu- ,.f
SARAH 1. si <\> .|i.\i:
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor!, and All Peraonn Hav-
ing I'liinns or Demand* AtraiiiMt 8ald
KM
v-.ii are herebj notified and requir-
ed 10 preaenl an> .-lami.s and de-
miunls u-hleh you nuu have axainat
the .siiit. ..1 SARAH I. SOIiODAH
ile.-.-iis.-.l hit.- ..f I'a.l. Cuiiiy. Kloriiiii.
10 tlii Count) Jndaen .,1 I'.i.i.- County
nnd file the mine In duplieate und
iis provided in Section 7S3.1S, Florida | not If I
Siatut.-s. In Ihelr ..ffn-.-s in the 1'ounty : has h
Courthouae in I'i.ile I'l.unt.. Florida,
Hithfn si\ calendar monihs if.m the
liin. of the first |>ul>lt or the si.nie will he l.iirr.-d
Dated iit .Miami. Florida, this
>.f January, A.l> it"'.'
- iiaRoi.hsiiIaHiai:
s AI.HKItT I. BOI/>DAI!
. -MIIJ.|:KI> 1'Al.K
A. l7\.-<-ut<.rs
l-'irst pul-li.aii.-n ..I ihis ni.ti
the IJ d:i.v .f .liinuary. |-,.,s
s WBnVTX I.. AMKS
Attorney for Kxecutora
.:,.:: Blw-a) ne lluildlns
Miami. I-M.iri.l,,
NOTICE OF SUIT
OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Tmb
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. M-181
SUITFO R DIVORCE
ci:.\ \ .1 KASZOK,
Plaintiff,
day
I.,
I'linp
:. t>l
1 -i.l. 1 iipel
HfRAMN GRAYSON
member ol the Reserve Officers
Association of the United States,
the American Circus Saints and
Sinners Club, a charier member ol
the Ail F iree Association, am! As-
sistant Scoutmaster ol Troop 81.
Boj Scouts ni America He is also
legal officer of Group 10, Florida
u ir... Civil An- Patrol.
Mr. Grayson and his wife, the
former Vivian irlin. live al 9240
Emerson Ave with their three
-ons. Andreu Scot:. 13; Jonathan
Blair, 10, and Matthew Miles, ti
First Tenants Move Into
Island Terrace Units
Tin- liis! tenants have moved
into the newly opened Island Ter-
race Apartments on Belle Isle.
Venetian Causeway, Miami Bea< hi
according to Harry Millnian of
Millman Construction Co and
Morris Lapldus of Morris Lapidtts
Associates They noted that the
S3.000.0uo luxury hi-rise was com-
pleted
ule.
I I -1 it :' ;
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77570
Iii UK Katate .-i
HATH l> \ w IXK1.BR
1.,, ..... .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All ('i, ,i i..m .iii.l All l'.-r...,ii.
' i i I nm ,i- .Xi:., insi
Kl ite
>,-ti are herehj notified mid re
iiuired tn pr. ..-ni iinj i'lnim nnd de-
in., mis v. Illell j ,.,i ma} hill
Ihi -mi. nl MATILDA WINKI.KII
I Unli i'i.ui i K'loridn
I'oum.i Jn.iLi,- i.i i....t. ('mmI)
inn ilu .hi.I j,
|.r,,. i.l.-.l in Sectl : 1.1 rj. |d
S'-.iiii. s. In iheii tin I'ount)
i' ir Ihnuai I 'in, 'oui IJ Florida,
dai ; !-. from the
tlmi rai |.,it.l,. ath.n hereof,
ni :! ime u ill I,.- hnrred
1 i- .,i Miiiml, Florida HiIh .'.
iln v nl .f ii i.ii ,1 \ AM
nini.AH km.i.i:
As i:>, n: i i\
i'llsl |.Ul,|ll ill!.....f ||l| ,.......||
il ,l.'.i ill Fehrunry, I>.
IIARNBTT Itoill.NSdN, .il:
Attorney f,,r Bxeeutrix
urd KuildliiK.
Miami Florida
: .-:-1.,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 68 r
NOTICE OF DIVORCE
Vl.TF.I! I. VICK
Pin I ii I
v-
N'A.VCY IVHODRI'FF VICK
I lefel
i" NANtM Hi- Il:i-1--1-- VICK
,:" -i'1.....ml Vddri I nK
1 i,u iir.- requlri .1 to nerve .. ,
yui V-i w.-i |i (he i',.ni|,|.i
l\.,n-. .,11 I'l.ui iiir..
IVAI.TKII Ii 1.1.III.\\ IT/.
STANI.KV KA8SOK,
Ii.'f.-,nliint.
TO STANI.KV KAMSOK
It D, N. t
Seotla. N'.-m York
V.,11 STAVl.KY KASZi.K. are hereh.
.1 thai n ('i.mr.liiiiii t..r |.
n riled nttalnut you. and v,,
are renuireil ti, mtv a oopy of rour
Anawer or Pk-udtne to the hh'i ,.r
t'omplnint on the Plaintnfs Attorney
A K imAl.HCRY. Ill \K ,.,"
Street. Miami. Florida and fit, xh-
i.rijcinitl Answer ..r Phs-idinE in rh^
..fflee of the Clack of the t:ir. Uit
i".,un ..n or hefore the 14 d,v ,,
Fehruary, 1MB, if you fail to ov> ...
ni.ii-iii- by .i.-t.iuii win he taken
iirninKi you uor the relief demand.
.il in the Hill of i'om|>l:iint
iwvi: A\n oi(HK.i:i:i) ;,t Mium
Florida, ihis 4 da) of Januart a r>
I !-.;>
K II I.RATHBRMAV,
Clerk. Circuit Court,
Hade County, Florida
By: P. i-npF.t AN|i
Deputy I'lerk
(I'in-U'i I'ourt Heal I
A i: RHADlU'RY. K.i,
AI lorn, i fnt Plain tiff
121 V i: 16th
Sir.-..i. Miami
is; i
l i: :' -
Firal Sti
. I fi|, ,. .
Clerk .,f
I-- or the i
Haled tins
-
i-: n
ID i-
II -u ,,
,p> nl
i f,.i
V l I'-rti.-v
I:.--.. 7'-..
vi .ami Hei i-l Florid
fl.-e .,i
the Cln-ull i -in oi
-"Hi daj F. hrutiri,
nl will i luki n
i ii,i.
EATHKRMA.N
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY
Ne 68-14?
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
\i:sr> ill i: a.m. .s
UIMKN i.i is \ i: \\|. is
I -,,li.ni
To l VRMKN l.lis \ It wins
.' 7 I I'h Sir, i
Apai' ni- -U 11
I'nion .' m \'.-\, i, \
You, vi:.\n:\- 1.1 is v l: wins ,,..
hi i i.y notlfl. ,i thai a Hill ol m
nl I l MI--I,.- I ..s been I
.ni,ii..i you, ..mi >..u in.- roqut
Hi -r\e .. i-opj ..f >..Ur Anauei u
I'lendinc to the Kill t.i Complaint -
Ihi l'l.,.iii,ff.s attorney, B1DVF\
KIK' \Sl.\. SI2 Ainshy Hull.lint
Miami, Finn.la :i::i::.. .,,| ;,i.. ,,,..
oriKlnal Anawer or Plaadinx In the
fl Ihi Clerk of ih.- iv, mi
Coui' on or In fore Ihe 11 daj
; I-. Inn.ni I-...S k j,,,, f.,,i lo ,i
ju.lKiii.nl l.\ default will be taken
amiinal you for the relief demand. I
In the lllll ..f Comptalnl
Thin nntiee shall Be puMlahed
... h Meek for f..ur mnarcuUve w..i.
I In THE IE WISH Fl i-Hll.l \\
tXiNK AM' (iKDKItRIl a I
Florldu this 41fi da) "f .Imiujn VI.
i: II I.EATHKHMAN, Clerk
' i- ii, urt, l >ade i 'ouiitj. Floi
!'> C P COPKUANO
I >.-i-ii i Clerk
11 i Uit I 'nurl S. il.
SII'NK.V EFItl IXSl >\
BI'J All -l, \ Hide
Miami, Floi Ida
For Plaintiff
Nl
two weeks ahead of sched-
The apartment was designed to
obtain the maximum ot serenity
and beauty Identified with the pri-
vacy of Belle Isle and features a
magnificent Japanese garden as
well as a distinctive lobby There
are 139 units of one-bedroom, one
bath; one-bedroom, one-and-a-half
bath: and two bedroom, two bath
in the 16 story building
|'"i'i-:i..\\i.
I lei
w \i.ti:i: i: I.KHtiu i rz i ,
'
" 11 I Florida
I" i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
' tice is iii:i:i.;i^ iiiu:x i
-
,, .
Of HI ,,." y\
VM' I'"' I-TI:n v vRKK-i
" i>ud.
I oui F'.iridn .....
HERM \\ |.\ c ,, ,-,,.,,.r
iiauwiE ki r n i ..
i'a<'zierN "OC*D8TB,X
1,1 '" Rl .;: li nits
-l"l \\.-.i Fl iich Rireel
M i.i in Florid
'NtLHAEMCr.^JV EDGE'S Cn, RT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
. ..... No. 77477-A
II RR i;
iEOROK II KtlH.N
1'. .,..-.i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All red ion nnd VII p..,
m* or Hein.-m.ls Aii.ims,
.
II
Said
Batate
nuired .'"'* '"''''> """''' and re-
" I |.r.......-,i n, .-in,,,,. nd ,,,.
' mj hnv aralnl
tlBfillOE II KOHX
the palate
l
'-ni*------------------
..Past Exalted Rulers Night
The Miami Beach Elks Lod8e
was to celebrate its annual past
exalted rulers niyht at the Miami
Beach Elks Lodge, 720 West Ave
on Thursday. Jndge Harold R.
Spaei u/as to conduct the ceremo-
nies. Sol Jaffe is chairman.
Evening Membership Meet
The Greater Miami Hebrew Free
11,. .
'" 'he .', ni.u .ludirer
" I Ihe ...ni- In
nr..vlded In s., ,.....
v' lute.....e ' nnhouke Ii
UHlllli S|\
Hmn ,, ,1,.
1' unh Florida,
of Hade County,
ilunlleate and m
.: I Florldu
s m the Count)
'de County FloHdu
,.......:"' ni.,ihs from the
pt^ssat"......'"
'"''- ..^uv;:;'"a ;;"",;:,....."
I'Afl INK I. KOHN
.. A- Hxeeutrlx
"''V::1:;':,1,,:,,;,;.,;:-,,.;-:
; i Executrix
"i Alnaley Bids
- !--l-21
NOTICE UNDER
on
ihi
In
i,I
wsettftuT
nam>
^%t^^Fk^tSi: LOa". Associa,ion sch^duled^
mem Mt, v,.ho ^-"Pei. inter-
JAn?hOB?ON' .^""-v. '. of ir.ttnn MR
*?&'&&?'**"*
membership meeting for Sunday
evening at Miami Beach Federal.
755 Washington Ave. President is
Isidore Schwartz.
"' MIAMI TOACHTV IllES' V:,n-
Attorney f,.r *" "A*
and fi oricntk cif a v
807 duPon. Rid... .^ml. n.
1VS vr.-u-u
II !'-...-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
'TUT is HEKKin t!l\ !.-. -i
UI ill i KiKiied deaii
In hu mi under the I lloui nani-
; ,..i vi ri'i p vi\ i -
-" V U ;'.,ih Street. Mlam Fl
ml., lu r, Kiater KBid :. ,i
' M tin i-l. 11, ol ihe ..-ii
I, idi fount) I
ItuHKRT II WETMi UII
I' v \ SATIN
' ect H Wi
1' '-- mil II Hull i
l
I
NOTICE TO DEFEND
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION NO 63-78J
DIVORCE
NETTIE MAYHEM. St OOH w \
Pluhitin
\.
' 1 A l: I.l I: ALFRED IV M.I..
I ''-n.i.nil.
Vtr, i'IIaki.ii: AUFRBD WAI.I
Polio, l. KI Apt 2, S,.u Ih
North Carolina S8S60 an required to
' cop) ,,i vour Anawer or Plead
!" !>- l>i\.,,,.- c.....plainl filed
BKiiinal you, ui..... Joaenh C l-.n i
I'l.inr.iff. i-ounael, Si: Bineayni Uldi
Miami, Florida 33130, and flh
."is-iinii An.\\..r ,.r Pleading with
the Clerk ..f ihe ahove I'ir.-uit Coun
In Dude County, Florida, on .r i- -
! bruan 80th 1968 if \..u ii.il i
ju.lKlli.nl b) Default Will I-
taken hi Plaintiff aKalnal you
K B LEATHERMAN, Clerk
'ii.-uii Coun
H> v A HBWKTT.
Depul) Clerk
Dated Ifi Januar) ltu Ml n
Dude, Florida
i I'--... :
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
....... No 77329-B
I" RK Batata ..t
ARTHCH i;i:i.i.ki:
Deeeaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i" All Creditor* and All IVraon lln--
m Llalma or inniu.is Acalnal Said
Batate;
You nr.- hereby notified and re n to preaenl any claims and demand*
"iii.ii you may have .ipm-i the
V'\.....' ARTHUR tlEl.l.KIt ,l.ri:is-
..i uue ..f Had.- County. Florida, to
'h- County JuiIk.-.s of bade County,
anil file the *:im.- in duplioate and ;.~
provided in s.-.-ii.,n TU.K, Florida
Btatutea, in their offloaa In the County
ourthouHe In D.-ule Coin it), l-'k.rlda.
within kIx i.-ilendur months fn>m thr
lime (,f n,p f|rH, publh-ation herei.t.
or the Knme in be barred
Haled al Miami, Florida, thla 11th
day of December. AD. IWi7.
MANt'BL ZAIAC
., A* Exerutor
.k ./ Publication of thla notice on
llivrw".0' January, 1MJ.
MA.MKI. ZAIAC
Attorney for Arthur Zellea
-T hft. 27th Ave.. Miami. Kla.


v. February 2. 1968
+jnisl fhrScMam
Paqe 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE

.. THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 7(821-C
i i;i: Estate "I
, .: rH SoltKL
, -. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
\|| .Ii i..iv- ..nil All Person*
:. ;- i; l'lallll> "! Drnilllllls Altai'llst
,. .i Estate:
. .... hercbj notified and requir-
present any claims and (1<
uhlch you may have against
., ..i JOSEPH HOHBL
  • .i |uti .i Dade County, Florida,
    ,),, i'ount> Judge* of Dade County,
    i the same in duplicate and
    , j.,1 in Section S3.16, Kli r-iil.i
    n their offices in the County
    nse In Dade County, norida,
    v .il,-nil:ir months from the
    the first publication hereof,
    nine "ill '" JMJrred.
    ii November, All IM7
    TODDY S'MiKl.
    \v Administratrix
    puhllcalIon of this notli
    i.. th ii.iv "f January. IMS
    v KWITNEY
    i- v for Administratrix
    uln Road
    i r...,, h, Florida
    r My&W
    BY HENRY LEONARD
    1st

    IN -ME COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 77440.A
    -i.,t. of
    \ v \ Kl Hi >l i h k n
    xblrod
    Kl .1
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    . Creditor* and All Person* Hnv
    Claim* or Demand* Agulnnt Said

    u lire hereby notified and requir*
    nl any claim* and demand*
    ..u in.iv have itani'i the
    . nl Ml'RKAY AXELHOD R k a
    - ANEI.R' ID dee< aaed late of
    t'ounty, Florida, to Ih* Pounty
    ..; Hade Pounty, and flh lh<
    iin in duplleate and as iirovided In
    733 IK, Florida statutes, m
    ofl.....s m the Pounty Courthouse
    i i,iii- Pounty, Florida, within six
    tar month* from tin time of the
    publication hereof, or 'In name
    li i ham ii
    '.-l .it .Miami. Florida ,thl*
    i January, a d 1968.
    lERTRIDK AXBlJtOD
    As Executrix
    K'st publtration of thin notice i
    i'h daj "f January. 1968
    VKVIN I. l.ESSNE
    rnt V for Executrix
    ' Southeast Sixth Strut
    l^iudtTlaJ|.. Florida .71:101
    1 36 2'L'-!-16
    LEGAL NOTICE
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 77799-C
    Ii UK Bal......f
    I'll ll.ll' IIEKNSTEIN
    , I..-, :,..l
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    Tn All Creditor! and All rVrwini
    Having. Claims or Demand* Against
    Said Estate
    ^*i -ii itre hereby notified and re-
    red to presi lit any laims and de-
    mand* which you may havi ngainat
    | the eataU ol I'llll.ll' IIBRNSTEIN
    deceased lati of Dadi County, Florida,
    to the Pountj Judge* "f Dade County,
    and fill- thi satin In duplleate and
    it* provided in Koctlon 733.16, Florida
    Statutes, In their office* In the
    Pounty Courthouae In Hade County,
    Florida, within six calendar month* |
    trom the time of the first publication
    hereof, or the nn will he barred
    Dated at .Miami. Florida, tins 29th
    day of January, AH. 1968
    KATE BERNSTEIN
    As Executrix
    First publication of tliis notice on
    the mil day of February, 1968
    SPAR BE II AXfl ItOSKIX
    Attorney* for Executrix
    inn North Ulscnyne lloulevard
    .Miami. Florida 38133 ..... .....
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA N AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
    No. 68-1337
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    MARTHA ROBERSON.
    Plaintiff,
    WILLIE riEORflE ROGERS' IN
    [ i. >ft inlaiii.
    Tn Wll.l.li: (IE' (ROE ROIIKRMIN
    3412 Spring Harden Street
    Apt No. II
    Philadelphia. Pennsylvania......
    Vou, Wll.l.li: l!E hereby notified Hiat .
    ATTENTION
    ATTORNEYS!
    Bolicits your legal notices.
    We appreciate your
    patronage and guarantee
    accurate service at legal
    rates .
    Mai 37.1-4G05
    tor messenger ervic
    LEGAL NOTICE
    are
    19th
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN thai
    tin undersigned, desiring engage
    in bualnea* under the fietitloUH name
    ..I SIN HECK VPARTMBNT HOTEL
    at 183 -'Tih Street, Miami Beach In-
    tend* In register said name with the
    clerk of the Plrcuit Court of Bade
    Pounty, Florida.
    SIN DBPK APARTMENT
    HOTEL INC.
    By: JOYCE FRIBDLANDER,
    I'n widen!
    MICHAEL COIiODNY
    Attorney for applicant
    S0 Lincoln Road s, 2/s., ,,
    IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 77563-8
    UK: Batate of
    i !N<1 I. ISA APS.
    .1M>mI.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    Ml Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
    laims or Detnanda Againal Bald
    .iti-:
    Vou are hereby notified and requir- '--- p ,.'.''".','.,',7,'
    it in present any clajma and demand* ( kenduii. Fla. MM"
    '-i.-h you may ha,va axalnal tb*.
    le of IRVING U ISAACS, deceaa-
    lute of i>aii. t'ounty. Florida, to
    Vuntv Judcea of Dude t'ounty.
    > file th. sami- in dupHcate and
    .....ml.rl in Bartlon 733.16, Florida
    uii-. In their offtiis in the County
    rtfeoum In Hade County, Florida,
    nlhHl >! i ..li-nilar month* from the
    .,. .it th- fM--t publication her.-..f.
    the Nimi lll liarreiL
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS 1IBUKHY OIVEN that
    the undersigned, deairing to engac
    in hu-ine-s under the flctltlott* name !
    Of WE SIT BETTER >F BOCTH I
    DADE at 8781 S.W i"tth Street, |
    Miami. Bade County intends to n-sist-
    .1 mid name with the Clerk of the
    Pireuit Court of "Hade County. Florida.
    YOCTH SERVICES OF
    I'AUK t'til'NTV. INC.
    MARSHALL H FI8HEH
    Attorney for Applieant
    T'J'.".' S W. 104th Street
    1.20 2,3-9-18
    Hited at Miami. Florida, thi* 18
    . of January, AD '"-
    /.KI.DA P ISAACS
    As Kxeeutrix
    i -t publication of this notice on
    : it.,i nl January, 1988
    I I'.V KoHMtl.l'.M
    * UMmej for
    v. m.i |" i-aies. Executrix
    ii .^ E Si nd Avenue
    i :> 1-9-H
    in THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 77636-C
    K Ewtati of
    IIK.NRT ROSEN
    I l",-e.i*. ,|
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    Tn mi Creditor* and All Par*n* Hav-
    u 'laims i.r !> niaiidK Airatiisi Bald
    I i.Me:
    Y.
    'I 'o preaent any i lalms and .! mar.ds
    wlneh you may have against the
    state of HENRY ROSEN d.....aaed
    of bade County. Florida, to the
    Cunty Judsea of Dade County, and
    : le the same In duplleate and us
    l"..vi.|.d in Section 7S3 l, Florida
    Statutea, in their office* In the County
    i'urthou*e In Dade County. Florida.
    * thin m> alendaf months froni the
    nie of the first puldliation hereof.
    the same will he barred
    Bated at Miami. Florida, this ltlth
    'i o of Januarj. A D. (A68
    HETTT BtJOtJANT
    As Exis'Utrix
    publii ation of this notice on
    ' d,y of January. I96S
    IRVINO PYPB.N LAWOFFIPE8
    nicj for Exeeutrlx
    I Arthur ilodfrev Road.
    Miami It.a.-ti. Florida 33140
    i :>; 2 S-S-tC
    NOTICE UNDER
    ., FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    N'VTIPK IS IIKREltY firVBN that
    "" umlersiitned, iluHirliiK to engUfe
    it hualneii* under the fietitious names
    'SHKi.it. !N; JAY RICHARDS;
    MAItc STEVENS at lion N.E. lttth
    ""-', N Miami, Ha. Intend tn re-
    ''."''' said names with the Clerk of the
    iri'ult Court of Dude Pountv. Florida.
    HV BEDRIN
    RONALD IIF.DRIN
    1 '28 S-.l
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
    the undersigned, desirini; to mirage
    in bualnea* under the fi. litmus name
    of FRATES, FAY. FLOYD AND
    PEARSON at Concord Building,
    Miami intend to reariater said name
    with the Clerk of the Circuit < ourt
    ,.f Dade County, Florida
    FRATES. FAY. Fl.oVD
    AND PEARSON
    Professional Assoeiatioll
    BYRON I. BPARBBR
    Attorney for Applicant
    I Ofl N His. ayne IIImI
    Miami 38131 ] ,..,, ..j
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY UIVBN that
    the un.li-rsiBiii d. deairing to engage
    I in husin. ss under the fictitious ">'
    of THE TREE AND I at lY",l.,r
    Uodfn Koad, Miami it. .oh. Florida
    ' :ni40 intends to register said nann
    I with the Clerk of the Cln-Ult ourt
    jof Dad. I'ounty. Florida
    FLORAL DESl'.NS. I\<
    , o 8SS Arthur Oodfrey Road
    Miami Beach, Klorlda
    SHIRLEY WtxH.E
    , Attorney for Florida Deaigna, Inc.
    828 Arthur Oodfrej Road
    , Miami Beach. Florida $3140 .,.,.
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY.
    No. 68-43
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    MICHAEL BENNETT WALSH,
    Plaintiff,
    PATRICIA ANN WALSH,
    T^SSSfclA ANJjT WALSH
    ,-,-,, CODRTLBIOH
    i;8l::t Avenue "l>
    Brooklyn! Nl w V'rk
    You PATRICIA ANN
    hereby notified that
    plaint for Divorce
    HKalnst you. and
    to serve a copy
    I'll ,1'liM' to the
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No 77665-A
    In RE Estate .,|
    HAVE J5INK1N
    Decoiisisl
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    T,, am Creditor* and All Pi rum a Ha<
    Ing Plalm* or l>emand* Again*! Said
    Bstuti
    Y'.-u an- hi rehy notified and requir- I
    ed to present any claim* and demands
    whioh \ou may have againal the ,
    .state of Dave ZINKIN deceaaod
    late of Dade County. Florida, to the
    Pountv Judge* of Dade County, and
    file the same in duplicate and as pro-
    vided iii Section 733.16, Florida Sta-
    tutes, ill their office* in the County
    Courthouse in Dade County. Florida.
    within six ealendar months from the
    time of 'he first publication hereof
    or the same will hr barred.
    Dated at Miami, Florida, this 38th
    d-\ of January. A I) ISi.V
    ISR xBLZIXKIN
    MAI.V1N E.Ntil ANDER
    As Co-Executor*
    First puhli.alion of this notice Oil
    he 2nd das Of February. 1968
    s '2-9- i;-:m
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
    the underalgned, deairing to engage
    In but in. sv under The fietitinti* name
    of VICTOR'S REPAIRS at 1278 S.W.
    ;th Street. Miami intends to register
    said name with the Clerk of the
    Circuit Court of Bade County. Florida.
    El.IAS VICTOR
    SIDNEY EFItnNS'iN
    Attorney for Applieant
    613 Ainsley HuiIiIihk
    S 2-fl .1
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA
    CASE NO 68-683
    ALICE ELEANOR D.MIAN,
    Plaintiff
    f
    Complaint for Divorce has been filed
    ngainsl you, and you are required
    ,,, serve u iopy f your Answer or
    pieadina to the Bill f ''"'V':1'.1;'.1.1 ":.'
    ih. I'lamiiii attorney, l-.N'.l;.i. A;
    I'l.l.l.A'K. IT N W .'I' ,>""'.
    Miami. Dade County. Honda an"
    ,il.. the original Answer or I !"':'"-
    in the office o. the ci.ik ... the < Ir-
    cull Court on or before the Ith day
    ,.i March, 1961 If yu rail to "P ""
    ludgm.nl by default will be taken
    mains, you for the rellel demanded
    In th- Bill of Complaint.
    Tins notice shall be publlahe.....i i
    each we. k for four -m*ecutive weekf
    In THE JEWISH Fl.'U'.IDIAN
    DUNE AND ORDERED at Miami.
    Florida,, this 36th day of Januarj
    A"- 19*\ KATHEBMAN. Clerk.
    I Circuit Court, Dade County, Florl.
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    OR
    ORDER OF PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT 0 =
    FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
    No. 68-183
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    I" iNAI.l F MENSBR,
    Plaintiff,
    VIRCINIA I. MENSBR,
    11. fendm i
    TO VIRGINIA I. MENRER.
    *7 I '.I'l'd. n l.an.-
    I'hoeiiiN. Arizona
    You VIIBll.VIA I. MBNSER are het -
    in notified that a Complaint for D -
    ii.r. I,.,- been filed against you. ai
    \.u are required to serv. a copy
    ii.ur Answer or Pleading to the 11
    of Complaint on the Plaintiffs \
    1..1 ii, \ A i: BRADBPRY, Esqu i
    Attorney for Plaintiff, 131 N R *'
    Sir. i t, Miami, Florida and file '
    original Answer or Pleading in IV
    ..ii... of ih. Clerk of the Clreu
    Court on > liefore thi H day of Feb-
    ruary, i'".s if voii fail to do s... judg-
    ment bj .1. fault will be take again-C
    \,,u for Up relict demanded in tl
    Bill "f 'omplalnt.
    DONE AND ORDERED at Mian
    Florida, .his 4th day of January. A D
    I96S
    i; i: LEATHERMAN,
    Clerk. Pireuit Court,
    i >udi i 'iiunty, Klorlda
    It} P I'H'KI.AND
    Deput> Cli i k
    11 i. nit Court Seall
    A K BRADBPRY, i:-i
    i.->7-4634
    Atio-'ii. \ for i'!.iii.'iii
    l 13-19-26 1 -
    By:
    Deputy Cl-rk
    (Ctreitll Cou
    ENOBL* POLLACK
    iT.Mi S W ?h Street
    Miami. Florida
    VND
    i-... j:t
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 68-191
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    BILLY c.AYHEART.
    Plaintiff.
    HBACBOAYHBART
    Defendant
    TO: GRAPE P.AYHBART
    It. sol. re Pnknow n
    You tJRAPB GAYHBART,
    by notified that a Bill <>l
    for l>i von hit* l" '
    you, and you are require
    a copy of your Atimn*
    the Hill of C"molaint
    Pomtilnlut
    .1 agnlnsl
    I to serve
    pieiullna '.'
    in th.- Plnln-
    Itifr* attorney, ENOBL A POI LAl'K,
    17.111 N W 7th Street. Miami, Florida,
    teieohim. 173-omil nnl file the orlBinnl
    leading In the off..... of
    u At SI! are
    Bill of Com-
    hu been filed
    you an required
    ,,f your Answer or
    mil of Complaint ,on
    At!
    JACOB DA1I N,
    I lefendanl
    ; 11 .1 \.i Hi DAHAN
    . n DENMARK HOPSK
    MVINGSTON AVENPE
    NEW HIHNSWICK
    NEW JERSEY
    vnr. JACOB DAHAN, are hereby
    notified .hat a Complaint for Divorce
    ha* been fil"l againal you, and you
    ..1. required to wrve .. eopy of your
    Mi-u.r or Pleading to the Com-
    plaint for Divorce Oil the Plaintiffs
    attorney, RONALD I- DAVIS. Esq.
    4-7 Hiseavne Building. t W. Flagler
    Street, Miami. Florida 33130 Phone:
    ,, ;h51 ami file the original Anaw-
    et or Pleiidrng In the office of the
    cierk of the Circuit Court on or be-
    fore Hi. '-'""' day of February, 1968.
    If you fall to do -.... Judgment by de-
    fault I0 '" W*' again*! you for
    thi n f d. mandt d In Ihe r omplalnt
    or 1 ilvor.'o. .... ,
    This Notice "ball be publlahed once
    , .1, w. 1. for four ronaecutlve
    week* in THE JEWISH Fl. HtlDI AN.
    DC.NI'. \M> ORDERED, at Miami
    Florida, this 18th day of January,
    E H LEATHER MAN.
    Clerk, iireuit Court
    bade County, Florida
    By: P. ci'PF.l.AND
    Deputy Clerk
    .Plrvult Court Sea.) ^ ^ ^ f
    _IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 75246-A
    In RE: Batate of
    NATHAN KEVIN
    Answ.r
    till tut 1 "ourt on or
    dai of February,
    . do so, judgment l>*
    laki n againal you
    munded III Ihe Hill
    hi
    published
    eoni cut
    PI 1 IRIDI W
    0*111
    l\,
    .1.1
    ihe Clerk of the
    liefore the llth
    l'..,v it you fall t
    default '" I"
    for the relief d<
    of Pomplaint.
    Tins notici
    e.oll ll.el, for four
    In THE JEWISH
    DONE AND ORDERED at M
    Florid.1. :hi- r.th daj of Ian
    .\ l> 1968,
    K It LEATHERMAN, Plerh
    Circuit Court, Dad.- Pounly. FI01
    By; p. COPBLAND
    D, nut v 1 '! 1 k
    tcir. nil 1 'ourt Seal)
    ENOBL* POLLACK
    17.H1 N \V, 7th Sir. el
    Miami Florida
    Attorney* for Plain.iff ^ |o |(| ..
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLRIDA. IN PROBATE
    *- 77657-B
    In RE: Batata "f
    , 11.1N
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    T,, All Creditor- l.lld Ml P. '"
    Having claims or Demand* Against
    Saiil Estate: ,
    You in hereby notified and r.iiinr
    eil to present any claim* and de-
    mand- which you "^y have ajmintai
    estate of Al.E.N RAI HI IN .1. -
    sed late ot Dade County, Florida,
    the County .Indues of
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR"
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 73205-B-Dowling
    In RE: Etatt of
    THEi i| MIKE M IH il.I.AND.
    |i. .ased
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To mi Creditors and All Perso
    Having Claim* or Demand* Agah -'
    Said Estate:
    Vou an hereby notified and requi1 -
    ed to present any .laims and domain- '
    which you may have againal tl
    .state of THEODORE M IH'l.l.AN 1
    .......a.-..I late of Dade Cunty. Florid
    to the Counts Judge* '' Dade Count
    und file tin ante in duplicate ai a
    .,- provided In Section 733.16, Flortfl
    Statuti -. in their office* m "
    i-oun'v Pourthoune ill Dade 1 our'
    Florida, within -i\ calendar monti -
    front the lime of ihe flrsl nubile
    1..... hereof, or tin same will be barr.
    Dat.-.l at Miami. Florida, .Ins I"
    ,l.,i id .1. a.,..i, A D 1968
    DOROTHY W. HOLLAND
    \- Vdmlnlatratrlx CTA
    Firsl publication of this notici 01
    11,, f.ih il .\ of January. I'"-'
    HARRIS AND SIRKIN
    M.orn. is for Administratrix 1 A
    13th Floor Had. Federal RidK
    Miami. Ploriilu 33131 ..
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 65957-C
    IN RE Kstatc of
    PHILIP i'ATSMAN,
    NOTICE OF INTENTION TO'MAKE
    APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
    AND FINAL DISCHARGE
    N"i iTICE 's hereby glvi n that
    til..I my Final Report and Pel
    f..r Distribution and final i"
    Executor of tin- estate 11
    CATSMAN, .......aaed and
    ,i,, 13th day of Fehruar;
    the Honor..I.1
    >i..i
    : eliargc .
    PHILIP
    thai on
    1.U.S. I Mill apply to
    County Judge* of Dad. County. Fk
    rUul ,or approval of said Final R.
    Hirl and for dis.r.l.uiion 1
    dtM-hnrgi ..- Executor 1 of the above-named dei'i
    10U1 da) of January. 1968.
    D \VII> P CATSMAN. Exeeutoi
    |.A\ ID P CATSMAN Esquire
    Attorney for Executor
    ISO s K Sei ."".I Avi nue
    Mi....... Florida 33131 t ^
    the 1
    dent.
    sta'
    tin
    eea
    t.
    _ NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    N"i "e is HEREBY i;i\ i:n thai
    ". underpinned, di-slrinir la engage
    '1 lusiness under the fietitious name
    I" SID SI F.i: El, SALES at Dade
    nunty, Floridn intiiuls to register
    laid name with the Clerk of the Cll-
    run t ourt ,,t ir.id. County, Florida.
    SIDSIEHKL
    .,...; Sole I iii 11. r
    RX FABER
    <.V.','r.'"> f"r Al'P'leant
    11 Alnaley Building, Miami
    1 jn 9 1-t-H
    Complaint.
    "tETSSS *f41 b* Published1 once
    Florida, this 10 day of February A.D
    ''"'" F H LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
    Deputy Clerk
    tt'ir.uit Court Seal!
    ,'All. KWITNBYof
    SII.A ERSTF.IN. a n N El
    ft HOI'DISS ...
    Attorneys for Plain.iff
    4*0 Lincoln Road
    Miami H.a.h. Florida ^ ,|.M.jg ) |
    D. d.
    duple
    7:::: 16.
    office,
    Dad.
    ill 11 \ .
    and
    IMoiid.i
    |l tin
    uniy.
    id file 111
    provided In
    Statutes, 1
    ..ui..i urii
    Florida. Kllhin
    ame in
    See.ion
    their
    nus
    I In
    f.
    ........lar n......Il* "'"'",
    ,| first publleutloii 1
    .,.11 hi barred
    |.;,i,-.l ill Miami. I I
    n iv of M n it"
    ' FRANK HERIIST
    \- 1 ,\. Ull'.X
    First puhllcal.......' '}* "
    he 18 W ol January, IStA
    MII.TON A FRIEDMAN
    xttoiti.A for Bxerutrlx
    '1111 Aimdey BMg.
    1 int.
    -i\
    of
    111.
    In, ihl* !l
    1 18-28 : ?-
    to III"' 1 010., > ....--^- -
    County, and file Ihe -am- In duplleate
    and a* provided m Section I l*. Flo-
    rida Btatute* In .In ir of.i.es in the
    Pounty Courthouse in Dade County,
    Florida, within lx ealendar months
    from the lime of the first pUblleation
    hereof or tin- same will he l.arred
    Dated at Miami. Florida, thi* llth
    ,l,i ,.| January. A.D IMS,
    H CEI.I A ItACHI.IN
    As Ex.'Utrix
    I'irst publication of ihis not 1......1
    the 28th day of January. IMS.
    MARX FARHR
    Attorney for Executrix.
    1012 Ainsley lluildlng
    Miami. Florida FR t>W 2->,|<
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY tilVBN Ihal
    th, underslgnefL deairing 10 engage
    In i.tisiii.ss under Ihe flctitiou* name
    , THE i'lli:i"S TABLE at SSJ-ISS-
    237-289 Sunny Isles Blvd., Miami
    Reach Intend* to reglater -aid name
    1. .ii the ci. rl< of tin- Circuit Coui
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    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 77397.C
    In RE: Esta.e of
    SARAH I. SOLODAR
    I . ased.
    NOTICE OF PROBATE
    THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
    TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED
    in THE ESTATE OF SAID
    DECEDENT. ...
    You are hereby notified that
    written instrument purporting to bi
    ihe last Will and ..slain, nt of Bald
    dee. dent lias been admitted 10 pmhal
    in said Court. You are hereby com-
    manded within six ealendar mo-nth-
    from the date of the first publloatloi
    ,,f this notice to appear in 8ald
    I Court and show cause, if any you
    why the action of said Court
    mlt ting said wlB to probate
    not land imr. yoked.
    HE. I RUB T. CLARK
    I'ounty Judge
    lt\ MELHA C. DUE
    .'1,-rl,
    mi:i:\ yn 1. AMES
    Attorney For Executors
    ills, .ii in- Kullding
    19 West Flagl.r Street
    Miami, Florida 33130
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    12th day of January. 1968
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