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

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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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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKIY
Miami, Florida, Friday, February 9. 1368
Two Sarticns
inited Nations Blames Egypt For Suez Clash
i-SITED NATIONS (JTA) A
Eraited Nal ons report placed on
..;.:- week the blame for the
1M 30 an lery exchange between
trjel and Egyptian forces on the
anal.
The report, issued by Secretary
Genera: l" Thant. in effect sub-
jlantiat.' E-vptian effort to send survey
tails into the canal's northern sec-
,or was undertatoB in full knowl-
^e ( the fact that Israel had
refuted to agree to such operations
Hurt' and despite last minute warn-
ings on Israel's position which
were transmitted to Egypt on the
morning of the clash by l.t Gen
Odd Bull, the I' N. cease fire ob-
servation chief.
The goal of the survey was to
prepare the way to clear the south-
ern end of the canal for the exit of
15 foreign merchant vessels trap-
ped in the canal since the June
war Israel had agreed to the sur-
vey in the southern sector.
The U.N. also supported Is-
rael's stand that the Egyptian
dispatch of boats from Lake Tim-
sah into the northern part of the
canal was a clear violation of
the Egyptian-Israeli cease-fire
agreement on non-use by either
nation of the canal.
The Secretary-General also indi-
cated a belief that the 15 ships
mav be stranded in the canal in-
Middle East
Deterioration \
Is Reported
\\ ISIIINGTON (JTA)Secretary
e Robert s. IfcNamara
rted to the Senate Armed
S Committee that the Mid-
stands high on the Soviet
politico-military priori-
thai the situation there
rated In the past year
ssed that although Israt
defeat the Arabs in
-; of urgent problems
solved Apart from
ling a renewal of hostilities.
e more immediate probi
Ihe plight of the many
ol refugees who consti
(aeration of uproot
homeless Arabs and who
, ak and uncertain future
sent, however, is the need
iv, up the existing eea-efire
isitive steps leading to a
settlement," Mr. IfcNa
At issue," he said, "are a
hoit of familiar problems: Arab
recognition cf Israel's right to
exist, the territorial integrity of
the Middle East countries; the
Status of occupied lands; the
right of innocent pass*.i in in-
ternational waterways; and safe-
ds against the outbreak of
future wars." To achieve peace,
id the United States is su?-
porting United Nations efforts
and "we are continuing our ef-
forts to limit arms deliveries to
the area."
Defense Secretary charac-
increased Soviet naval ac-
in the Mediterranean as pri-
a diplomatic gesture aim
recouping political loases
pd as a result of Moscow's
it) to forestall Israel's vic-
Continued on Page 11-A
definitely because of the fighting
and that future possibilities of
clearing the waterway "are in se
rious doubt." Al Ahram. the au-
thoritative Cairo newspaper, said
Egypt would not free the trapped
ships until the Middle East crisis
was settled and that, as far as
Egypt was concerned, such salvage
operations were finished.
The U.N. report said Israeli
firmness made it necessary for the
U.N. Truce Supervision Organiza
DISCUSSES SOVIET JEWRY
tion to warn Egypt that trouble
was likely if the survey boats mov-
ed northward, a warning Oen. Bull
personally passed on to Egypt
Thant several times asked Israel
lo reconsider its opposition, argu-
ing that the survey, including the
northern sector, was only a "tech
nical undertaking" Thant at the
U.N. and Gen. Bull in Cairo warn-
ed Egypt that the northern survey
could not be done without risk of a
1 clash.
British Prime Minister
Fails To Move Moscow
ROBffT MeNAMAKA
LONDON (JTA) Prime Min-
is:,!- Harold Wilson indicated this
week that he had taken up with
Premier Kosygin and other Soviet
leaders, during his visit to Moscow
lasl month, the question of emigra-
tion of Russian .lews to Israel and
that he had received a negative
response
The Prime Minister disclosed
Germans Scored For
Passion Play Inaction
sfw YORK (JTA) Religious City, N would be revised in the
anfiTcaVieairs in West Ger spirit of the Vatican Counc.1
manj lave tailed to fulfill pledges schema on the Jews,
that the text ol the world-famed
mmergau Passion Play would
le altered to eliminate anti-Semitic
Di Joachim Prinz.
chairman ol the commission on in-
ternational afiairsol the American
Jewish Congress, charged this
week
Dr Prinz, in a press conference
linked the stand taken by the
Oberammergau villagers with "the
alarming growth of the neo-Nazi
National Democratic Party anil
the festering ol Hitlerite ideolo
in Bavaria."
this pha-e of his Soviet talks in a
letter to Sir Barnett Janner. a
member of Parliament and former
chairman of the Board ol Deputies
,: British Jews. Mr. Wilson wrote
to Sir Barnett in response to a let-
ter Irom the Jewish leader. Sir
Barnett recalled in his letter that
a numl er of families" had been
reunited in Israel "through ^your
interventions in past years." He
asked the Prime Minister about
the outcome of any approaches
VOU "ere al le to make at this
time
The Prime Minister said, in his
reply, that he had raised with the
Sovist Premier and other Soviet
leaders "the points you made"
about the treatment of the Jews
in the Soviet Union, the provision
of kosher meat and matioh and
printing facilities for Jewish
hooks "but there was no change
in the Soviet position."
The
that h
Prime Minister recalled
had mt<>i med sir Barnett,
DAKAR SEARCH
IS ABANDONED
JERUSALEM (JTA)The
Israel Defense Ministrj for-
mally announced this week
that the Dakar, the subma-
rine missing in the Mediter-
ranean Sea since Jan. 25
with a crew of 69, was con
sidered lost and that the 11
day search for It had been
ended. The loss was the worst
di: istor in Israel's short
naval lu-tory. The announce
inent indicated that Israi
vess '- in the vicinity would
maintain a lookout
The Dakar was proceeding
from Portsmouth. England.
after recommissioning and
was enroute to it- base at
Haifa The submarine report
ed by radio on schedule on
Jan 2") and was not heard
from again.
Continued on Page 5 A
He noted thai six outstanding
Wesl German literary figures had
endorsed the Congress protesl
against the Oberammergau pro-
mergau duction and reported thai Leonard
..... charges that their production Bernstein. the conductor, and Bnl
"'" ... ... ... ,.......... s;,. .,,,.,, had 'ill
II,. expressed "shock and bitter
Failure" al their refusal to act and
deplored the position taken by in
Oberammergau villagers in reject
, .,. intenselj anti-Semitic
Rabbi Prinz. however, praised
the 'respons.ble and responsive
attitude" of the Diocese of New-
ark. N.i headed by Archbishop
Thomas A r.oland. In giving as-
surances that the passion play
sponsored by the Holy Family
Roman catholic Church in I mon
NAPLES (JTA) IS Admiral
ish critic George Steiner had jo n
ed the lisl ol writers and artists
.......*......- -";;,; 22 .EJWKtSS
boycotl of the Oberammergau pr< ^^ (| NV,.() warned here this
duction in 1970 week that the Soviet build-up of
The modified version of the pas naval power in the Mediterranean
,JU,;:;1V will be presented In pos a significant threat to Italy.
NATO Chief Warns On
Soviet Mideast Buildup
ance and has caused NATO to alter
.is strategy.
Admiral Griffin said that while
some of the Soviet's -protegees'"
suffered a disastrous military de-
feat lasl June, "the ironic fact is
that the Soviets emerged from that
. ...in h.. nresented in DOW! a signuiv "*---------- mat tnc ao\imiwi<....... ...-.
sion play will < l TurkeVi and the whole episode with then power position
Union City from March 16 through Greece ,' f ,. WMterB alll. .reatly enhanced and their Arab
April 17.
.southern Hank of the Western alli-
WORID JEWISH CONGRESS REPORT
lews In \rab Lands Still Mistreated
li^"0 _,,..,. k.. mascus city limits. Th. Red
LONDON (JTA. Header ol ^XSlt&^^t
lhe Worid Jewish Congress declar- a, m subject
ed here this week thai housands ton prso ^ ^ ^
of Jews in Aral, countries continue "1^^ ^^ has
BUffer imprisonment. P er o
OR. SOIOMON CAON
cross to intervene on their behalf.
Dr Solomon Gaon, vice presi
dent o. the WJCl British section.
made the charges in an address a
the organization s 15th biennial
hind.
In Syria, Dr. Gaon said, the
government has not only banned
Jewish emigration but has for-
bidden Jews to leave the Da-
greatly enhanced and their Arab
clients more dependent on them
now than ever before."
Admiral Griffin estimated that
the Soviet naval force in the Med-
iterranean numbers about 25 to 40
.surface ships ol which over half
are of the combat type and the
rest of support type He confirmed
that Russia is building helicopter
carrier-
Asked by the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency correspondent whether the
Soviet Fleet included amphibious
force-, the Admiral said that "it
is established that amphibious
lion Willie iv.u.-...f. ------- .
Red Cross to interview Jews. In all equipment Is carried b> the Soviet
f the Arab countr.es. Dr. Gaon fleet and it can also be assume,,
said the press and radio continue that where there is the equipmen
to wage campaigns of inclement there are also the troops to use
against the Jews. the equipment.
mascus city limits. The Red
Cross has been forbidden to in
vesicate. Syria has a Jewish
population of 3,600.
there are Still
arrested
fam-
ine
ra-
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Sew. Morse Calls For
Greater ilia mi Jewry's intensive
fund raising campaign accelerated
this week with a visit by Sen.
Wayne Morse of Oregon, who ad-
dressed the dinner of the Lawyers
Division of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
The 1968 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal-Israel Emergency Fund joint
campaign was to get a major boost
Thursday with the annual West-
view Federation Day, at which
Israeli playwright Zvi Kolitz was
.-cheduled as principal speaker.
Sen. Morse interspersed pleas
lor increased United States sup-
port for Israel with criticisms of
the Administration's policies in
Viet Nam and Korea.
He called for United Nations
action first in the Security
Council and then in the General
Assembly in what h? termed
the three major trouble spots in
the world: Viet Nam, the Middle
Soviets Now Hail
'Hate' Book Author
LON'DON (JTA) A Ukrainian
author whose viciously anti-Semitic
Iiook. "Judaism Without Embel-
lishment." caused such an Interna-
tional uproar that his book was
denounced in the Soviet press sev-
eral years ago, is one of several
public lecturers honored in a re-
cent action by the Supreme Soviet
of the Ukrainian Soviet Republic.
it was reported here this week.
Pravda Ukrainy. the official or-
gan of the ITtrainian Communist
party, listed in its recent issue a
decree of the Supreme Soviet, be-
stowing the honors on behalf of
the Znanie Society, the society for
the spreading of atheism. Trofim
K. Kychko. who was temporarily
in disgrace after his book was de-
nounced not only by non-Commu-
nist critics but also by VY -
Communist parties, received a "di-
ploma of the Presidium of the Su
preme Soviet."
Kychko emerged from obscurity
after the Juno war with a Nazi
like article about Israel and Zion-
ism, The accolade was viewed here
as in effect restoring him to offi
clal favor.
Halt In Aid To Arabs
East and Korea.
Sen. Morse called for the cessa-
tion of all aid to Arab countries by
the United States He reminded an
audience of more than 125 attor-
neys hosted by Miami Beach finan-
cier and lawyer Arthur H. Cour-
shon that American arms supplied
to Jordan were used against Israel
in last year's war.
He said the United States and
other United Nations members
nave not sufficiently impressed the
Arab states with the absolute need
to negotiate a lasting peace with
Israel. -There will be no with-
drawal of Israeli forces until these
itiations begin," Sen. Morse
ared.
i. Jules Arkin is chairman ol
thi Lawyers Division, at which im-
pressive increases in CJA gifts
were noted. Shepard Broad, mayor
ol Bay Harbor Islai Is and a Miami
h financier and attorney,also
spoke Other participants in the
pi igram included Leon Kaplan,
president of Federation and Dan-
iel Neal Heller, trades and indus-
tries chairman
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Labor Zionists Ready Plans
For krtel 20th Celebration
LAWKtSCt A. WHN
OR. ABKAM St-CHAK
Wien, Dr. Sachar To Be
Feted By Brandeis Club
Laurence A. Wien, prominent
New York lawyer and real estate
I'estor who was recently elected
rhairman of the Board of Trustees
,il Brandris University, will be
ored on Sunday at the Bran-
- University Vicennial Ball.
["he Ball will take place at the
Hilton Plaza on Miami Beach and
- being given by the Brandeis
! Diversity Club of Greater Miami.
Leonard A. Wien. of Belle Isle,
brother of the board chairman, is
I sidenl of the local club and Ball
man,
The event will also mark the
twentieth anniversary of the uni-
versity and will include a tribute
to Or Abraham L. Sachar, presi-
dent since it inception.
Mr. Wien. the fourth chairman
I the Board of Trustees since the
.unding of Brandeis in 1948. has
been a member of the board since
1957, Before his election to the
three-year term, he had served as
. e chairman of the board.
One of the nation's foremost phi-
hropists and active participants
n a number of community and
iultural organizations. Mr. Wien is
Community Tensions To Be
Teitelbaum's Topic Monday
Arthur Teitelbaum, director of
the South Florida Region of the
I>. tarnation League. >s scried-
to speak on "Community Ten-
, and the Dirty Workings'" be-
the Social Singles Club "f
iter Miami Monday .it B:30
Club president Is Morns New-
fhe evening will conclude with
eshments and dancing.
an avid supporter of higher educa-
tion institutions. Among the prin-
cipal beneficiaries of his generos-
ity are Columbia University, of
which he is an alumnus and trus-
tee, and Brandeis.
At Brandeis. Mr. and Mrs. Wien.
the former Mae Levy, created the
Wien International Scholarship
ind Fellowship Program in 15)58.
The program provides foreign stu-
dents with an opportunity to study
at Brandeis for a year or more.
Since the program's inception. 286
students from 72 countries have
participated.
Mr and Mrs. Wien also provided
the funds tor a Faculty Center and
Guest Lodge on the campus, with
dining facilities and accommoda-
tions tor distinguished visitors.
Mr. Wien has served as a leader
in many of the development cam-
paigns for the university, and is
currently national chairman of the
new Brandeis Annual Giving J'ro-
i-ram. a major aspect of the uni-
versity's $46 million 20th anniver-
sary campaign.
Mr. Wien is also an associate
chairman of the trustees and past
nresident of the Federation of Jew-
ish Philanthropies ot New York.
Preparations for the community-
wide celebration of the 20th Anni-
versary of Israel's statehood to be
held under the sponsorship of the
Labor Zionist mo\ement of Great-
ei Miami rolled into high gear this
week following a meeting ot heads
ol the eight men's and nine wom-
en's groups of the organization.
The annual Labor Zionist Far-
band and Pioneer Women's Dinner
of State on behalf of Israel Bonds
will be held this year on Sunday.
Feb. 18. at the Fontainebleau Ho-
tel, with Morris Newmark. veteran
community and Labor Zionist
leader, serving as chairman.
Heading the committee with Mr.
Newmark are Dr. Leon Kronish.
chairman of the Greater Miami Is-
rael Bond Organization, honorary
chairman; Sam Feinstein, Leiba
Garmizo. Joseph Krantz. Joseph
Rabin, Dr. Nathaniel Soroff. Dr.
Isaac Cnterman and Dr. Simon Wi
tensity, honorary cochairmen: Jack
Filosof. chairman of the Commit-
tee of Patron-Hosts, and Manuel
Burstein, Samuel Galfond. Morris
Honigbaum, Moe Levin. Seymour
Liebman, David Lippman and Jo-
seph P. Zuckerman, cochairmen
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Zionist-Farband and Pioneer Wom-
en Israel's 20th Annlversarj Dinner
celebration are the Ben Gurion.
Bialik, Chaim Weizmann. Cuban.
Lebidecker, Louis Segel Branch,
and Poale Zion Groups ot Farband;
the South Florida Zionist Council;
the Pioneer Women Council 0)
Greater Miami, and the Aviva,
' Bebe Idelson. Club No. 1. Club
No 2, Eilat. Golda Meir. Kadima
and Tikvah Chapters ot Pioneer
Women.
To be honored for a lifetime of
service to Israel at the dinner will
be Mayshie Friedberg, who will be
the recipient of the Israel Free-
dom Award. Mrs Milton S. Green.
a national leader of Pioneer Worn
en and President of the Greater
Miami Council of Pioneer Women,
will be the recipient of the Woman
of Valor Award, '-for her service
on behalf of Israel.''
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Volume 41
Number 6
Gen. Rabin Takes On A
Diplomatic Challenge
This month, Major General Yit
zhak Rabin. Israel's former Cheif ci
Staff takes up his new post as his
country's Ambassador to the United
States.
In one of the most important sdo!s
on the current diplomatic scene, Gen.
Rabin will face a new challenqe but
one which he is eminently qualified
:o take on.
The 46-year-old Rabin is the son
of American Zionists who emigrated
from Chicago to Palestine after the
First World War.
Considered one of the outstand-
ing military strateqists of our time,
Gen. Rabin was an architect of Is-
rael's stunning victory over the
Arab States in last year's Six-Day
War.
The new Ambassador will follow
in the tradition of many military
leaders who have earned outstand-
ing reputations as statesmen and dip-
lomats.
His military background is of
particular significance in view of the
fact that the relations between Israel
and the United States have always involved
the security of the Jewish State.
With Gen. Rabin representing his country
in Washington, we can be sure that the con-
cern of Israel's security will not be neqlected.
Aside from the fact that the United States
is the leading nation in the world, it also has
a larger Jewish population than any other
country.
His personal qualities are sure to con-
tribute to the success of his mission amonq the
largest of Diaspora Jewries
Gen. Rabin has stated that his major con-
cern's in his new post will be Israel's se~uritv,
Israel's economv and Israel's links with the
world's largest Jewish community.
Commenting on his military background,
he has cited the remarks of the German mili-
tary expert. Gen. Clausewitz, to the effect that
war was a continuation of diplomacy with
other means, adding that this evaluation was
"good the other way around."
American Jews can greet Israel's new Am-
bassador with the confidence that their associa-
tion will be a fruitful and happy one and G?n.
Rabin can begin his task with assurance of the
wholehearted support of all Americans who
seek the continued progress of Israel as a free
and independent state and who recognize the
need for working toward ultimate peace in
the Middle East.
solution to many of the problems standing in |
the way of Israel's rapid progress, the pro-
portional representation that has given rise
to the multi-factioned Knesset has served to(
provide a means of expression for all major
points of view.
Nevertheless, the merger of the three labor
parties can be hailed as a milestone in the
maturing of a nation that still has a way to go
toward economic well being and the new,
political structure can make that road a little
smoother. i
Israel's Labor Parties Unite
In the crisis of last June. Israelis across the
entire political spectrum recognized the threat
to the nation's existence and joined together in
the struggle that was crowned with success.
At least a part of this monumental attempt
at unity has survived the Six-Day War.
Israal's three moderately left-of-center labor
parties joined together in a me.ger that had
been sought for manv years.
Participating in the merger were the Mani
the dominant party in the Government coali-
tion; Rafi the faction that followed Ben-
Gurion when he broke from his Mopai collea-
gues; and Achdut Ha'Avoda.
As in all such meroers, it took a consider-
able degree of sacrifice of self interest to
achieve the unification.
While Americans may tend to advocate
their own brand of two-party system as the
UN Human Rights Year '
In line with the decision by the United |
Nations General Assembly to desianate 1968
as International Year for Human Riahts, the
U.N. Human Rights Commis:ion will begin a
five-week session in the near future to act on i
a number of recommendations aimed at up-
holding the rights of the individual throughout'
the world.
High on the agenda is censideration of pro-
posals for dealing with neo-Nazisrn and racial
intolerance and to give individuals the right
to submit complaints of violations of the con-
vention against discrimination.
Much ccn be said pro and con about the
ultimate effectiveness of the world body in
dealing with human rights.
Yet the fact remains that the very discus-
sion of such matters in the international forum
serves to spotlight injustices all over the world.
These issues are of vital imDortance to Jews
in many countries where human rights arel
often ignored and where Jews in part.cular aTe
singled out for additional restrictions that im-
pose hardship on their daily lives.
Many countries of the Arab world are
guilty of these grave in'ustices which thev at-
tempt to justify on the grounds of their defeat
last year at the hands of Israel.
A number of East Eurcpsan states subject
Jews to discriminatory suffering which are not
imposed en other minorities.
Even if direct action against the offendino
governments is not poss;ble, there is still much
to be gained by the free nations of the world
devoting intensive national and international
efforts to ensure human rights everywhere.
Friday. February 9, 1993
V

St..-a JM*tter ef^Joct Lf!
JOSEPH ALSOP
ALSOP
Lowering The Boom
WASHINGTON Time was
when Fidel Castro could hardly
sneeze without causing a hurri-
cane of talk in this country. But
today no one has even noticed
trie signs that the Soviets are
probably lowering the boom on
their troublesome Cuban allies.
The latest sign is the Cuban
decision to try Anibal Esca'ante
and other ultra-Muscovite Com-
munists a- "sectarians and op-
portunists." When our own trou-
bles are so numerous, it is down-
right enjoyable to oontemplate
the proof thai other people have
grave troubles, too.
It has always been easy for
the Soviets to lower the boom on
Cuba. Ever suite the missile
crisis in 1962. moreover, the Cu-
bans have openly, and repeatedly
blackguarded and defied Russia.
Yet for the sake of Communist
gocd appearances, the men in
the Kremlin have gone on sub-
sidizing Cuba to the tune of near-
ly SI million a day.
Sugar Payments
Lowering the boom has always
been easy for the Soviets, simply
because the huge subsidy to
Cuba has always taken the form
of payments for needlessly large
quantities of Cuban sugar at
three times the world price. Even
Castro, after all. could hardly
represent paying only a bit more
than the world price for his sugar
as a crime against fraternal good
relations.
Just this kind of concealed but
important reduction in the Cuban
subsidy is now beginning to be
widely suspected. The signs of
some such coming trouble for
Cuba began to appear as long
ago as last October, when Pravda
published two severe, indeed cru-
el commentaries on Ernesto
(Che) Guevara's failure and death
in Bolivia.
in these articles "adventur-
ism" was equated with "Mao sm
and "sad results" were predicted
for all "revolutionary adventur-
ists" who forget "the true prin-
ciples ... of proletarian interna-
tionalism ." To drive the point
home, the articles were signed by
the Argentine and Chilean party
secretaries. Kudolfo Ghioldi and
Luis Corvalan. two Latin Ameri-
can Communists who had been
bitterly attacked by the Cubans
for their "orthodox" stodginess
Trade Mission
The sign that the trouble would
be located where it would hurt
Castro most followed shortly af
ter these two articles appeared
In November the Cuban trade
mission, headed by Mareello Fer-
nandez, bounced out of MOSCOW
and headed homeward in an ob-
vious huff Significantly. Fernan-
dez paused in Paris, obviously
hoping for a French alternative
to Moscow'! money; but the bill
was apparently too big for Gen
Dc Gaulle
The sign that the trouble was
very deep indeed then followed,
When the Cuban delegation to tb
Soviets' 50th anniversary cele-
bration turned out to be headed
by the lowly ministt-r of health
Jose Machado. instead of Presi-
dent Osvaldo Dorticos. as ongi-
nally promised. During the whole
course of the Moscow rally.
Soviets and the Cubans alters '
ed snub and countersnub. A [ii
break seemed possible.
A lull ensued thereafter, dui
which Cuba's "1113x111111111 leadi 1
was evidently busy reflecting
which way to turn. At on<
merit the old-line Communist
leaders in Cuba were reported!)
under house arrest. At another
moment, more recently. Ca^tio
mournfully warned his pi
thai they would (feereaitftr have
virtually no gasoline for tbi r
nun use. because the Soviets could
not supply enough Whcnr-up >
the Soviets repfnsd. ierBlt'snap
pishly, that Cuba could have as
much gasoline as Cuba wished to
pay for.
Now, however, the signs are
that the maximum leader has
concluded he had better bite
whatever bullet the Soviets haw
been asking him to bite, while
nonetheless maintaining his pos-
ture of political independence
The interrupted trade negotia
tions are at last to be resumed,
with a reportedly high-level So-
viet economic delegation going
to Havana.
Senior Diplomat
As ambassador to Havana
Soviets have also just named .1
very senior diplomat, A. A. Sol
datov. Meanwhile, some of thi
old line Cuban Communists havi
been dusted off and trotted out
for public inspection, while the
real Moscow hundred-percenter-
like Escalante. have been pn
pared for trial. A question re
mains concerning the bullet's
mensions.
The place to look for guidai
is almost certainly the Cuban
armaments program. Over a si>
year period the Soviets compli
1\ re-equipped Castro's arm. I
forces at a total cost of S2 billi
or around $300 million-plus pi r
war Replacement equipment
now being shipped to Cuba,
thi- should hardly cost more tl
SI00 million a year.
It the old concealed subsidv
were to continue, that would
leave Castro with a margin of
around SL'OO million to spend on
further Guevara style external
adventures, which the Soviets de-
test, or else to spAd at home, in
order to bolster Cuba's slowly but
remorselessly declining internal
economy. Castro's gasoline speech
instead pointed to belt-tightening
at home.
Since Guevara's iailure and
death, moreover, there has been
no sign of any intensification of
Cuban subversive effort in Latin
America. There are clear indica
tions, to be sure, that the Cubans
will do everything they can, both
with money and agents, to stir
trouble in the American citie>
this summer. But this should be
covered by the former cost of the
Bolivian venture.
Maybe the Soviet economic del-
egation now going to Havana will
end by announcing ad even more
inflated sugar 'prtce'. tl|an was
formerly paid. But the foregoing
are the contrary signs.
Copyright (<) 1SV 1h Wafhlngtan
'"' I'o. Ditttrib* W4-W \Jm An-le
Time. HyndlcM*.



fridav. February 9. 1968
. fenfeg fhrSdUcum
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LEnERS TO THE EDITok
Special Section On ._
Convalescent Facilities
1 he steady growth of South
, ,rida'J >n:or population is
otlightd this week in a
three-pag^ section of The
jcwi'h Floridian. The pages
highlight the expanded facil-
. .if the area's outstand-
nursing and convalescent
nes.
With Medicare's program
, oMended care now in its
I year and administra-
tor details handled speedily
and with a minimum of red
attention has shifted
from financial and process-
ing details to the quality of
facilities.
Takes Issue With AJCongress
EDITOR, The JwisrT Pfcridian:
Rabbi Arthur Lelyveld, president
of the American Jewish Congress,
n his recent speech in Miami
Beach, stated the policies of his or-
ganization concerning civil rights,
and especially the Negro question.
It was amazing to hear of al! the
plans developed and action under-
way through the AJC and the pre-
occupation and concern of this or-
claiming the representation of
American Jewry, however, his ex-
pressed position has special signif-
icance and repercussions.
To involve American Jewry in
such manner and such measure in
this sensitive issue will create ill-
feelings which can undermine the
Jewish structure here. Certainly
we should not neglect our humani-
tarian responsibilities. Neverthe-
ganization in behalf of the Negro, 'less, there are enough Jewish prob-
The section starts on Page __
Apparently, the AJC feels that
the status of the Jews is well-
established and they can put all
their efforts into this cause. Of
course, as an individual. Rabbi
Lelyveld has the right to take any
position he desires. As a spokes-
man for a Jewish organization
;,\
i
Francoise Jordan
Found Guilty In
Synagogue Arson
LONDON (JTA> Mrs. Fran-
.Ionian, ex-wife of British
partv leader Colin Jordan,
een sentenced to 18 months
ionmenl after a jury in Old
Bailey Court found her guilty of
i : spiring to set fire to a London
Ogue that burned in 1965.
\:\T the judge pronounced sen-
the French-born Mrs. Jor-
aced the jury, gave the Nazi
. and shouted "Hell Hitler."
The jury, which had been warn-
Judge Cusack not to convict
Jordan "because you dislike
unions." was unable to reach
rdict on another charge of
-piririg to ftft fire to a syna
ir at Stanmore. Middlesex.
the iinstruction,* oi the judge,
Mrs Jordan was acquitted of a
charge of inciting members
British Nazi party to hum
Ogues. During the trial Mrs.
in declared that Hitler was
"eternal leader" and that she
ed the Jewish race" because
. are "evil."
Wilson Fails
In Appeal On
Soviet Jews
Continued From Page 1-A
prior to his latest visit to Moscow,
that the restrictions on emigration
from the Soviet Union to Israel
"would be a difficult subject to
press in the present tense situation
in the Middle East" and that "it
became clear from my discussion
with the Soviet leaders that the
fears I expressed to you were jus-
tified and that there will be little
hope of reconsideration at this
time of this question."
The Prime Minister added that,
as before, reunion of families in
individual cases was taken up dur-
ing his Moscow visit ahd that "I
arranged that this matter would
continue to be dealt with through
normal dipldmatic channels, i.e..
through our ambassadors discuss-
ing each individual eiaC with the
Soviet Minister of Foreign Af-
fairs."
lems on hand which require pri-
ority in this regard in fighting for
the physical survival of the Jewish
people.
Our generation silently witness-
ed the extermination of one-third
of our people by the Nazis, and is
presently faced with another total-
itarian power which has already
blueprinted the extinction of an-
other six million Jewsone half of
our present number. The 3V4 mil-
lion Jews in Soviet Russian and
the 2VS million Jews in Israel are
being singled out by the Commu-
nists and their subservients, as
their next victims. Thousands of
Communist experts are working
diligently teaching Arabs how to
kill Jews with sophisticated weap-
ons made available by them; and
in Russia they are working through
devious methods to accomplish the
spiritual genocide of the Jews
there
Here, to avoid further disinte-
gration, an overall embracing Jew
ish school system should be built
up with Federal aid. which can be
made available. The American
Jewish Congress challenged Fed
oral aid support for students in
parochial or religious schools. This
suit by the AJC is detrimental to
the future generations who are
doomed to losing their Jewish
identity through the lack of Jew-
ish education which would have
been available to them.
Indeed, it is awesome that a pro-
fessed Jewish leader should con-
sider his own people's status and
future well-being secondary. Os-
tensibly, the position of the Amer-
ican Negro is not as endangered
in this country as the Jewish peo-
ple are in certain sectors.
This is where the AJC's interest
should lie.
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h
Israeli Intelligence Chief
Coming Here For CJA
Brig Gen. Aharon Yariv, ehiel
the Intelligence Department of
the Israel Army's General staff
and hero of the Six-Day War of
June. 1967. will be in Greater
Miami Feb. 16 and 17 to spark the
Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund twin drives.
The military leader, who played
a kc> role in providing the de-
tailed information for the Israeli
.ir force, army and navy which
proved the dicisive factor in the
swiftness ol the defeat of numer-
ically superior enemy forces, will
speak at Harbour House Feb. 16 at
9 a.m.
Gen. Yariv also will talk at
meetings at the Imperial House
the s .me afternoon at 4 p.m.. and
Saturday evening at Seacoast
Towers Ben Essen, chairman of
the Residence and His Rise Divi-
sion, is coordinating plans for the
general's visit here.
The 48-year old intelligence ex-
pert served in the Ilaqanah in Is-
rael from 1938 until 1941. when he
joined the British Army. He served
with distinction in Middle East
and North Africa, rising to the rank
of captain belore joining the famed
Jewish Brigade. With the crack
brigade, he took part in operations
in Europe that crushed Nazi Ger-
many, and helped in the simul-
taneous tasks of rescuing Jewish
remnants from Europe and secur-
ing arms for the Haganah
After his release by the British
Army in 1946. he returned to Pal-
estinewhere he had come as a
hoy trom his native Latviaand
played a key role in the Haganah
and Israeli Army in the days pre-
ceding, during and following the
HH8-49 War of Liberation.
By the end of 1951. after studies
at France's Staff Officer College,
he was attached to the General
Staff of Israels Army. Subsequent
Mizrach To
Be Honored
Harry Mizrach. one of Greater
Miami Jewry's active leaders, will
I e the recipient of a special award
. th annual Mercantile Division
luncheon of the Combined Jewish
Appeal Israel Emergency Fund
joint campaign on Fridav. Feb. 23
in th.- Dupont Plaza Hotel
Mi Mizrach. long active in
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
affairs, is the 1968 chairman of
Mercantile Division's Apparel
Group. This makes the third con-
secutive year that the Miami
Beach business leader has held
this position, one of the most im-
portant in the Mercantile Division.
He is a member of the Board of
Governors of Federation, a mem-
ber ot the Board of the YM-YWIIA
oi Greater Miami, and has been
associated with B'nai B'rith for
the past 30 years.
Louis I. Davis and Herman
Hammer, cochairmen of the Mer-
cantile Division, in a joint state-
ment said, "Harry Mizrach has
aided th*- causes of the Jewish
people in Miami and Israel for
many years. His accomplishments
lor the Combined Jewish Appeal
and fot last June's Israel Emc-r-
gency Fund make it only fitting
that he receive this special award."
It is the first such citation ever
issued by the Mercantile Division.
Host! for the luncheon are:
Americans Knitting Mills of Miami.
Arco Notion & Trimming Co.. Bur-
dine's Department Stores. Charles
of Miami. Jack Diamond. Irving
(let/. Jackson's Byrons. Jordan
Marsh-Florida. Maggie. Inc.. Mar-
cus Brothers. Miami Diamond
Center. Harry Mizrach. Robinson
Industries, Serbin. Inc. and Vogue
Originals.
A standing feature of the lunch-
eon is the presentation of the an-
nual Harold B. Bosworth Memorial
Award. Winners of this award in
past jears include: John N. Serbin.
Jacob Rabinowitz and Jay I. Kis-
Jak.
- included terms as Military
Attache to the Israeli embassies in
the United States and Canada.
In 1961, Gen. Yariv joined the
top-secret Intelligence Depart-
ment of the General Staff, and
on Jan. 1, 1964, he was appoint-
ed its head and promoted to the
rank of Aluf, brigadier general.
Mr. Essen also announced the
committee Irom the three Seacoast
buildings. From Seacoast Towers
North: Sam Backman. Dr. Samuel
Betagole. Harry A Cooper. Harry
De.Iur. Joseph Gendelman. Jacob
Gorkin. David Green, Philip Lip-
son. Charles S Merwitzer. Hyman
Rubin. Mr. and Mrs. Max Weitz.
Committee members trom Sea-
coast Towers East are Isidore
Abrams. Mrs. Ruth Berger. Morris
Berliner. Paul A. Brown, Arthur
Chariton. Max V. Cogen, Joseph
Cohen. William Einhorn. Roy R.
Fisher. Harry H. Frankel. Ben Oil-
ier. Sidney Gondelman. Jules A.
Herwitz. Ernest Janis. David A.
Klein and Irving C. Rubin
Joseph Ash. Charles Bolotow.
Sigmund Dawer, Sol Entin. Mrs.
Ben Essen. Emanuel Fass. David
S. Levy, Samuel Redlich. Abe Sa-
vitz. Nathan W. Schoenberg and
Haskell B. Schultz are the commit-
tee members from Seacoast Tow-
ers South.
SOUTHGATE MEETING
Southgate Towers will hold a
breakfast on Feb. 18 with Zvi Ko
litz. Israel's foremost author and
journalist, and Rabbi David Raab.
spiritual leader of Temple Beth
Raphael, as the guest speakers.
CJA-IEF cochairmen from South-
gate Towers are Emanuel Blum.
Joseph Budowsky. Ben Gold and
Maurice H. Weinstein. Henry Kra-
mer is the arrangements chairman
for the breakfast and H. Jack
Chasin is heading the telephone
committee.
The committee members for
CJA-IEF include Jacob Bendel.
Jack L. Bernstein. Harry Burden.
Isidore Cohen. Charles Cramer.
David Frank. Irving Goldman.
Elias Halpern. Abraham I. Heller.
Dr. Abraham Landsbaum. Sam
Lazarus. Edward II. Levin. Israel
Margolius. Abe II. Merar. Jack
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Nursing Home Bed Shortage
Drops In Miami Beach
South Florida's shortage of nursing home beds will be reduced
harply by the multi-million dollar facilities in Miami Beach air!
West Dade County owned by I)r Michael Sossin, a pioneer in the
nation's booming retirement industry.
Sossin Gardens and Rehabilitation (enter, a 200-bed facility on
six acres of ground located at 11750 Bird Rd. in the southwest section,
will be opened for extended care, post operative and general care t>l
residents on March 15.
Founder Of Sossin System
Dynamic Leader Of Many
Civic, Religious Groups
Di Michael Sossin, humanitarian,
eer In the Held of gerontology
friend to senior citizens, is
man whose organization. The
S win System of Nursing Monies.
i fleets in its every deed its motto.
The Sossin System is people help-
ing people."
The newest addition to the Sossin
chain of nursing homes, the 200-
bed Sossin Gardens and Rehabili-
latton (enter, points this fact up.
Everj bed is filled with doctor pa-
lient referrals and by word of
nouth. Other patients believe in
S -in He radiates an influence in
mental, physical, social and
nomic life more and more as
goes by.
For Sossin is truly concerned
ith the oldsters and with their
ace in our country He feels he
ei a debt to America, and tin
u ij to repay this debl is I < !'
1 citizen, the best neighbor
the best friend to his fellow
. ins as possible.
Rabbi A. J. Safra, who is con-
nected w:th the United Kashruth
Association and has known Sos-
>>n for many years, said, "Dr.
Sossin is like a father to people
n the homes; he makes them
feel at home and takes their
problems to heart. The oldsters
are able to torn to him for ad-
vice and come away cheerfjl
and happy."
It is difficult to establ
le inime' hi Michael S '--.,!
for he is a man of many aspect...
During the course Of a day he max
aei as civic leader, a business lead-
er and or a political leader.
Sossin, who received his I.I..D.
degree in Social Gerontology Irom *
Bethune-Cookman College, is ac-
tive in more than 30 organizations
and causes. He was the first chair-
man of the Miami Beach Senior
Citizens Advisory Council on Ag-
ing, member ol the Florida Council
on Aging, member of the C.eronto-
louical Society of America, Advis- ,
ory Board member ot the National
Council ol Senior Citizens, presi-
dent of the Executive Club ol Mi-
ami Beach, member Florida Senior
Citizens League of Voters, member
of the Florida Council of Senior '
Citizens and belongs to the Knights
Ol Pythias, Moose and Elks Clubs
When the state set up the Florida
Commission on Aging as an offi
cial board a few years ago, it was
natural that Dr Michael Sossin
a. one ol the 12 charter me.n-
Dr Sossin is In thi forefront of
e State ol Israel,
a g served r of Jew-
h Natii rous
' misl
I II. C or
i. r S imi nd ha ved as
.-
tor the <
Vppeal, i
. and i nited Fund.
He is also a pjst president of
tin Humane Society of Dade
County, past president of the
Brotherhood of Temple Emanu-
El, former chairman of Miami
Beach Civic Lefjoe, former
president of the Miami Beach
Lodge of B'nai B'rifh and former
president of the South Florida
Council B'nai B'rirh.
In the field of senior citizen life,
no Floridian has contributed more
than Michael Sossin. the great ma
iority of his efforts being behind
the scene, without official recogni-
tion.
He devoted many hundreds of
hours to coordinating efforts on be-
half of Medicare between local and
national senior citizens' groups. In
recognition of these and his oilier
numerous community efforts, Sos-
sin was named "Man of the Year
lor HIM" by the Senior Citizen
Magazine.
Meanwhile. Sossin's Shalom Nurs-
ing Home, located adjacent to the
Blackstone Retirement Hotel, has
expanded from 98 beds to Ifili beds
The doubling of capacity conies
only months after the Shaolm open-
ed in January, 1987
The First Federal Savings and
Loan Association of Miami is
financing the expansion with
mortgages totalling $2,305,0C0,
bringing the value of Sossin's
fast-growing retirement proper-
ties past the $5,000,000 mark.
When the newly-announced ad-
ditions to the Sossin chain are
completed, more than 250 per-
sons will work in the nursing
homes and the Blackstone on a
full-time basis.
Sossin, a charter member of the
Florida Commission on Aging and
former chairman of the Senior
Citizens Advisory Board of the City
of Miami Beach, is a member of the
national executive committee of the
National Council of Senior Citizens,
largest organization in the field.
Architect for both the two-story
addition to the Shalom, located at
550 9th St., and for the new Sossin
Gardens is the firm ol Frese-
' Cainmer Associates.
"The Shalom has been operat-
ing at full capacity since it open
ed, and this addition was contem-
plated at the time of the original
construction because of the pre-
dictable success of the Medicare
program for extended care Sossin
said .
Former Canadian
Joins Sossin
Man hi Sosain, a 34-yeai old
former Canadian executive, who
joined The Sossin System of Nurs-
ing Home-- as executive director
and vice president earlier this year,
is a young man win sees ;, fantastic
future for the nursing home busi-
ness in Florida
So in, son ol the owner I';-.
Michael Sossin, is coordinator for
activities between Sossin's Black-
stone Retirement Residence, Sos-
sin's Shalom Nursing and Conva-
lescent Home. Sossin's Gardens
and Rehabilitation Center and
other Sossin interests.
He sees his responsibilities
as twofold first, providing
the "system" within which the
Sossin System operates and
second, stressing its growth and
expansion with capable people
who are helping to build an or-
ganization which will reflect the
personalized, yet efficient way
the facilities are operated.
Sossin was vice-president for the
Canadian division of Heads &
Threads, largest importers ol bolts
and nuts in North America before
moving to Miami
He had served in that position
for five years Previously he was
for 10 years manager of an In-
dustrial Supply Company v. Inch
distributed nuts and bolts.
Sossin is married to the former
Gloria Dessau and they residi with
their three children in
Beach
WE CARE
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SOSS/HS UllnLUIII *X\Tr- S
NURSING CONVALESCENCE REHABILITATION
''Adding Life To Years... Nof Just Years To Life'
Newly Enlarged
To Serve You Better!
198 BEDS ROOF GARDEN
KOSHER CUISINE
CONVENIENT PARKING AREA
DR. MICHAEL SOSSIN
Executive Director
FRED MOLL, A.N.C.A., Administrator
Largest and Best Equipped Privately Owned
Nursing Facility on Miami Beach
Excellent Plan For Private Patients and Long-Term Residents
FULLY ACCREDITED UNDER MEDICARE AS AN INTENSIVE CARE FACILITY
George Kronengold presents a plaque to Dr. Michael
Sossin in recognition of his work as president of
the Executive Club of Miami Beach.
Phone, Write
or Visit
ss/ns
"People Helping People
Oiher SOSSIN SYSTEM Facilities
550 NINTH STREET
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA 33139
PHONE (305) 532-4767
Piease send FREE brochure to:
(A)
I Name
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BLACKSTONE RETIREMENT RESIDENCE I At)dres,
800 WASHINGTON AVE. MIAMI BEACH |
SOSSIN GARDENS REHABILITATION CENTER | _.
11750 BIRD ROAD MIAMI I -----
State
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CONVALESCENT AND NURSING
0?ojjat Glades
t/^~*
CONVALESCENT HOME
OR. ALVIN STERN
Oirector
MRS. BETTY STERN
Administrator
STRICTLY
KOSHER
KITCHEN
Under Supervision
of Rabbi Max
Lipschitz Beth
Torah Congregation
$10 A DAY AND UP
INTERCOM. CONNECTING RESIDENTS
WITH 24 HR. NURSES-ALL UNITS
FULLY AIR CONDITIONED AND HEATED
16650 W. Dixie Hwy., N.M.B. PHONE
fllllY APPROVED FOR MEDICARE
NORTH MIAMI BEACH fowjakteinl 2G)m&
INDIVIDUALIZED PROFESSIONAL CARE
2201 N.E. 170 ST.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
REASONABLE RATES
DIAL
* 945-1403 *
Beautiful Spacious
Grounds
24 Hours a Day Registered
& L.P.N. Nursing Service
American & Jewish
Diets Available
Member of
Fla. Nursing Home
Association & National
Geriatric Society
Modern Individual Bathroom Facilities
Healthfully Air Conditioned ft Heated
MORRIS SIEGAL
Administrator
Medicare Approved
Convalescent
MIAMI'S NtWtST
MOST MODCRN
Built Eipressly for Individual Car* of the
Convalescent. Chronic end Geriatrics Patient
Completely Air Conditioned Finest Nursing Start
Specious Cordon-like Grounds RecrootNMol Area*
Indoors & Outdoors
MfMlf A NATION At GCRIAIRICS SOC/fTY
14*01 NOtTHEAST I.th AVf. AT W. DIXIE MWY MIAMI 61. FLORIDA
-
thd most important nursing ingredient
?TENDER LOVING CARE
located in the Heort of
Private Rttidtntial Area of
Hollywood Mills

Opposite Memorial Hospital
of Hollywood
owe
ursina
Dedicated to the Health Care of the
Convalescent and Chronically III Patient
Profess onal Staff of Nurses & Therapists
Dietician Supervises All Meals
Daily Recreational Activities
Complete Rehabiltation Services
Call 987-0980 For Booklet
DADE COUNTY
RESIDENTS CALL
949-1531
Fireproof Construction
Central Air Conditioned & Heated
Outdoor Patio and Terraces
Central Dining Room
Med'Care Approved
Hollywood HcHi
NURSING HOME
1?00 N 35th AVf. Hollywood.
Joseph Kidman. A.C.S.W. Administrator
A steady expansion in
number of available beds in Sc -
ing and convalescent homes has ad
year. With Medicare's extended can
1968 bringing the vast majon
generation within its scope, the -lei
in heavy demand.
Our community's older resl
been completely modernized and
bringing them up to the strin
for approved Medicare facilities Ar|
er of new homes built or undo
growing almost daily. The hie
manded alike by the sick, conva1
entering nursing homes on a
m many cases exceed the regu .
state and local government ag
en
f
With the number of Florida's s
tion being swelled simultaneously l|
longevity and immigration from crhe
convalescent and nursing home ir
assumed increasing importance. The i
standards of management, medicind
work have kept pace with the pooul
sion.
The residence-hotel estab
motel-designed rest homes alike t
services which reassure not only ihd
resident or patient, but their far ies
Applications for Custodial Residents Now Ben
PAVILION FOR THE ,
and the
JEWISH CONVALESCENT
OF SOUTH FLORIDA
320 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI I
PHONE 532-6491
a non-profit, non-sectarian
convalescent center serving
those needing NURSING,
CUSTODIAL and REHABILI-
TATION CARE.
Modern, new 100 bed
facility 24 hour nursing
care.
diagnostic Clinic and medi-
cal center emphasizing
physical and speech the-
rapy, recreational and ed-
ucational programs.
delicious, nutritionally bal-
anced kosher meals served
in comfortable, modern
dining room.
* weekly and high holiday
religious services in private
chapel on premises.
affiliated with Flor
Nursing Home Assocut
American Home Assc
tion registered
Council of Jewsh Fed
tion9. Welfare Furds,
American Hospital As*
tion !. apprc.'d
Medicare.
Sidney Siegel, Exect
Director Fetlow, Amei
College of Nursing H
Administrators
Ifc-.L*. ;i
<^^F^AMrv>AAA*A* CUSTODIAL CARE FOR PATIEN1
PAVILION FOR AGED
$
70
week and up
______MRS. JOSEPH E. KEISER, PRESIDEN


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"JenisffkridSagt
Paqe 9-A
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'est Bines have
andjfurbishe:
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Anlthe numb-.
ccBtrucnon is
h si idards de-
lesq and those
Pern neni I I
'ion dt Fed;
e
s se or pop
; inc eased
oth states, the
ie irpustry
The Jrofessional
fwand i a I
>pufion e>; an-
rm the
of
th prospective
: ies d fr. ^ds
as well. Some of these services are 24 hour skilled
nursing care, air conditioned and heated private
and public rooms, spacious landscaped grounds,
physiotherapy, complete recreational facilities,
trained dieticians, intercoms, kosher and special
diet food when requested, etc.
These modern homes blend an atmosphere of
complete care with inviting surroundings which
encourage rest, relaxation and convalescence.
The feeling of comfort and of safety enjoyed by
patients and residents provides added security
for their families, who are relieved of much of
the burden and responsibility of nursing.
The generous provisions of Medicare con-
tinue this year, enabling individuals covered to
receive up to 100 days care in an extended faci-
lity. The initial 20 days which must follow a
period of at least three days' stay in a hospital
are free of any charge to the patient. There is a
nominal charge of $5 a day for additional days, up
to a maximum of 80 more days. Various forms of
complimentary coverage now offered by various
insurance plans in many cases assume even the
$5 charges.
For more comprehensive information regard-
ing the leading nursing and convalescent homes
in-South Florida, you may obtain brochures from
the individual establishments which will give
complete details regarding the services offered.
Bern Accepted!
\r mm
I
BEACH
i
! VENETIAN NURSING and
i
CONVALESCENT HOME. INC.
Registered Nur.-cs
Sp, lal Diet."
\ I .tie Rate*
Co I hi unics
Mi dii an Approved
r-s Hum Nui-ing Service
Dorothy A. Wicks, Director of Nurses
JMr. and Mrs. Nathan K. Spector, Administrators
133C N.E. BAYSHORE DRIVE
| 3 Minute* from Downtown Phone 379-7649
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American Ctlltfff of
Physicians
A"- > '
Swrftnnt
'CIO-
Amtn.au Hoipitll
American Meaical
Aitptialiea
Attvciation
The Joint Commisiien or) Accreditation ot Hospitals
* Modern Pharmacy .
* Closed Circuit TV
* Pipedln Oiygen For Any
Emergency
' Fully Landscaped Park With
Complete Recreational Facilities
* Saunas For Male and F*ml
* Full Staff of Experts in all
Therapeutic Activities
THE LIRE'S
ORGANIZATION
* Barber Shop
Beauty Parlor
k Complete X-*ey Facilities
* Complete Laboratory
Facilities
it Large Therapeutic Pool
Phone 633-6333
tjtj niiat-w'
LIVE OAKS
NU Ft S I .. HOME
2200 NORTHWEST 26 STREET
Stetes.
EED .
Spacious grounds
e Air Conditioned
24 Hr. Nursing Service
Home-Like Dining
Facilities
Kosher Dietary Laws Observed
bbin.tof Svptrvition >y Or. M I'ptchifs
|.la L>thttnftld *rfmiriiifrilof
u, 758-4401
13650 N.E. 3rd COURT, N. MIAMI
Designed and Built for Total Patient Care
JACKSON MANOR
NURSING HOME
Next Door to Jackson Memorial Hospital
MOST CONVENIENT FOR YOUR DOCTOR
Charles Gottlieb
Owner
24-hour skilled nursing care
Private and semiprivate rooms
Completely air conditioned
Nomeslyfe food and special diets
Spacious landscaped grounds
Physiotherapy
fireproof building
e Recreation therapy
CALL
377-0451
1861 Northwest
8th Avenue
Medicare
Approved
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Publisher to Get NCCj
Brotherhood Award
A special Brothei h' lod Award of
the National Conference of Chris-
tians and Jews win ue made 10
Henry E. S. Reeves ai the annual
Brotherhood Dinner Feb. 20 at the
Fontainebleau Hotel in Miami
Beach, Col. Mitchell Woltson. the
awards chairman, announced.
Previous recipients are Sister
Dorothy, president of Barry Col-
lege. Sen. Harry I'. Cain ami
Father Theodore II. Gibson.
It was over a half century ago
that Mr. Reeves founded the first
newspaper primarily devoted to
the social, religious and business
interest.- of the Dade County Ne
ro communities.
Today's resultant weekly. "The
Miami Times." has never missed
a publication date, despite all ol
the legendary emergencies of pio-
neer printing.
Mr. Reeves, a: the age <>! H4. has
many years ol dedicated service
behind him Now semi-retired, he
serves in an advisory capacity
every morning at the newspaper
ol which he is still publisher, and
v here his son. Garth, is Editor-in-
Chief. He also serves as Assistant
Minister at the Church of the In
cai nation.
Mr. Reeves has received cita-
tions from many organizations, in-
cluaing the Florida Teachers" Asso-
ciation, the Dade County Commu-
nity Chest, the American Cancer
Society, the Advisory' Board of Reg-
istration and the Ambassadors of
Goodwill for the State of Florida
In 1966 Variety Children's
Hospital tendered Mr. Reeves a
testimonial dinner and present-
ed him with the Variety Chil-
dren's Hospital Volunteer of
Vaior Award.
At the same time the late Mayor
of Miami. Robert King High, pie
sented him with an award "'in
recognition of two decades of un-
tiring and devoted community
sciviL-e.' i.ast ytar, Air. Reeves
received the Distinguished Editor
Award from I he National News
.viper Publishers-' Association.
Mr. Beeves lias contributed his
time and energy to many commu-
nity and civic organizations, In-
cluding: chairman of the Carver
Branch of the YMCA, vice chair-
man ui the Greater Miami Urban
League, vice chairman of the local
branch ol the USO, district chair-
man of the Community Chest,
chairman and member of the
Christain Hospital Board of Direc-
tors, director of the Advisory Board
of Registration and director of the
Senior Citizens' Clubs.
Oholei Torah Dinner Is
Scheduled For Mar. 3
HfNRY REfVIS
United States Constitution
Florence Diefendorfer, executive
director for Florida of the Ameri-
can Civil Liberties Union, will dis-
cuss the U.S. Constitution at a
meeting of the Golden Age Friend-
ship Club of the YMHA on Sunday.
, at 1:30 p.m. Newly elected presi-
dent of the club is Jack Calchman.
HAKRr ROSENBERG
Samuel Bronfman
To Get Canada's
Highest Citation
Samuel Bronfman, Canadian
Jewish leader and president of
Distillers Corporation Seagrams
Ltd.. has been named a Companion
of the Order ol Canada
The national award, established
;a-i yiar. rewards Canadians for
lervice to the country or to hu-
manitj al large It is the first such
national award in the country and
is Canada's highest civilian honor.
Mr. Bronfman was one of 15
men and women designated for
the award. The investiture will be
made by the Governor-Genera] in
Ottawa in the near future
Mr. Bronlman is active in ainim-
ber of charitable and social fields
j and is a patron of the arts He is
j vice president of the World Jewish
Congress and chairman of its
North American section, a mem-
j ber of the Board of Governors of
j McGill University, president of the
; United Jewish Relief Agencies,
and a former member of the Can-
ada Council, among other activi-
ties.
The first annual scholarship din-
ner of the Oholei Torah School of
Greater Miami will be held Sun-
day. March 3. at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel.
Harry and Murray Rosenberg
have been named cochairmen of
the event.
The school, located at 1536 Bay
Rd.. is a Yeshiva Day School for
boys and girls with nursery, kin-
dergarten, first and second grade.
Opened in 1966 with seven pu-
pils, the school now has an enroll-
ment of over thirty students, with
a faculty of five, to ensure private
supervision for each child Bus
service and snacks are also pro-
vided lor all the children
The English program of educa-
tion conforms to the standards set
by the Dade County Board of Pub
lie Instruction and the State ol
Florida Board of Education.
The Hebrew program has been
set up in accordance with the stan
Golda Meir Agrees
To Head New Party
TEL AVIV i.ITAi Mrs Golda
Men- exercised her womanly pre
rogative this week and changed
her mindshe agreed to accept the
post of secretary general of Is
rael's new united labor party, an
amalgam of Mapai and the former
dissident Rafi and Achdut Avodah
factions. Previously she had re-
fused the job.
Mrs. Meir. who had been secre-
tary-general of Mapai, relinquish-
ed that post when the merger.
. which she strongly opposed, was
effected. However, Prime Minister
Eshkol and others in the party
urged her to keep the position in
the new labor party. Mr. Eshko!
visited Mrs. Meir at her home and
apparently his powers of persua-
' sion succeeded.
dards set by the Central Organi/a-
tion for Jewish Education. The cur-
riculum includes the Hebrew lan-
guage, the Bible, prayers, history
and laws and custom?.
SIMGHAS
In Israel
It's a \ isit to Jericho, revered in Jewish
history since the days of Joshua! A
popular tourist attraction is shown
here, the remains of an ancient palace
which was built centuries after Joshua, of
course. But it rests on a site near
Jericho, where the Israelite army might
have encamped the night before they
trumpeted down the walls of the city.
And here it's Yuban Coffee
Flavor so rich and gorgeous, Yuban
Coffee is like a delicious dessert at
breakfast, lunch or dinner time...
every cup a happy occasion, a
a Simcha in itself!
Costs a little rapre. So good it has to.
v'
The Simcha Coffee
K Certified Kosher-Parve by Rabbi Bernard Levy
RKGJLAn r,rv
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COFFEE
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IMPORTANTANNOUNCEMENT
In honor of the Passos er
we are reprinting
The Song of Songs Cookbook
and it's jours free
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February 9 1968
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THE ENLIGHTENED
By SEYMOUR LIEBMAN
, ,i tlic characteristics of
lie down throuuh the
as beeB the tendency on
,:! ni many .lew- to take
faith for granted until it
. threatened by some external
phenomenon When this happenv
nee h.is shown that the
:.,!;> is Mu-nstheiu-d in sonic
.v,- (Mil to the point of fanata-
T: may explain, at least to
extent, the motivation and
. ..hind Ihose Jews varouslv
.1- Marranos, Crypto-Jews
: >. ret Jew
a history stretching across
centuries, the story of the
lews has been described
most romantic episode in
lory of the Jewish people
II .i< however, much more
i episode.
T! Crypto-Jews, the main bod)
..mi were driven into the
observance of Judaism in
and Portugal in the 15th
6th centuries, had develop
ich more than an expedient
l religious practices
\- generation succeeded gene
of underground Judaism,
ue form of faith and waj of
line into bein^ that a>
equaled in the tenacity of
Ihe lief in the One God and in
the h.eroism of its martyrs.
\ emarkable account of the
llti one such family in Spanish
il America is offered by
> iur l.iebrnan. of the I'm
ver< of Miami faculty and a
: authority or? the history
ol I tin American Jewry, in his
latest work. THE ENLIGHTENED:
"he Writings of Luis de Carvajal,
' izo iUniversity of Miami
|P..... S6.95).
I... de Carvajal. el MOCO, came
Iwith nis family to America to join
11 nde, who. as governor of
|thf New Kingdom of Leon, super-
a territory that included
| f what is now Mexico and
I
i> only after then' arrival
the new world in the latter
parl of the sixteenth century
lat the Inquisition authorities
I that Luis and members of
l&mily were devout, practic
rypto-.Iews. (Mr. l.iebrnan
he term Crypto Jews ex-
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THE ENLIGHTENED provides
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and minds of l.uis and his farnil.i
who were (inall) burned at the
Make in I5!ll>.
in the elaborate introduction.
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collecting material from Mexico
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family who apparently passed up
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relative freedom of oth"r parts
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Colonial America where they
could live in the Spanish environ-
ment that the) valued, along with
their secret adherence lo their
faith
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as his letters and a Last Will
and Testament
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period after Luis' execution Mr
Liebman exposes some persistent
myths about a Mexican group
that, until recently, were known
as "Indian Jew s"
THE ENLIGHTENED, is a valu-
able contribution to Jewish
scholarship and provides a fasci
nating account o, one of the most
dramatic Segments of Jewish his-
tory, an account that will hold the
interest of the Layman as well as
the scholar
Continued from Page 1-A
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He contended thai the So<
"Probably do not plan formall)
to acquire perm in -n bases in the
terranean an I the Arab world
1 eed, we believe thai these
countiies which have potentially
useful facilities primarily the
I'nited Arab Republic. Syria. Ye-
men and Algeria would probably
res .! .. ling full base rights on
:"' cal unds."
Voting the Soviet re-supply of
the Aral with arms following th"
S'x-Day War. Mr. Mcttamara said
thai Russian military aid ship
ments now appeared lo hive fallen
-iff to pre-war levels. Bui he added
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political position on Middle East-
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presence in Ihe M ditcrrancan, its
intervention in the conflict in Ye-
men and its efforts to reduce or
supplant Western influence, gener-
ally, have contributed toinstabil ly
in the region."
Because of this situation, he
added, the United States relaxed
its arms freeze ard resumed "se-
lected and limited arms ship-
ments" to friendly nations in the
Middle East. He pointed out that
"virtually all of the items sup-
plied were ordered pror to the
(June* war and. except for a lim-
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to Israel, were support items."
Hi said thai "So\ el crafl
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Friday. February 9. 1963
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
This is terrible. This is a fright-
ful experienceto hear God's neg-
ative, his positive, his affirmation
Dialogue With God
O Mo
By RABBI EUGENE LABOVITZ
Temple Ner Tamid
Moses' response: spe^chlessness.
Moses hides his face. The fire is.
' '* too hot. As a man cannot look'a'f
God speaks to Moses. He cal's the sun with his naked eye. how
him by name: Ali'si's, Moses." can man look upon God? "He was
That is an aweful experience to afraid to look upon God."
The story of Moses as it unfolds licar God calllnS -vou b> "ame- The dialogue continues. God re-
in the Bible reveals an interesting "hen >'" arc alone mthe d"ert; veals his purpose. God issues his
and important fact. The fact is al ,tle foot of a mountain, with not | cal| ,0 Mose-
ans another person nearby to h.'ar, out
whole life can f a burnin* bush "*0' Mo'
be a dialogue ses" Moses response: Here am
with God. God : '" No other word is Pssible-
speaks man Ei,ner speechless or the simple
responds:' God I word of affirmation,
speaks again. God speaks: "Draw not near:
man makes re- put off thy shoes from thy feet,
ply. It was so (or the place where you stand is
with Moses holy ground. I am the God of
from the day Abraham, the God of Isaac, and
that Moses l the God of Jacob."
heard a voice
speaking out of
a burning bush
Rabbi labovifz in the desert
until the day that Moses passed
on. We note that at least seven-
teen of the forty chapters of Ex-
odus begin with a statement that
continues the dialogue; for exam-
ple Chapter XL begins. "And the
Lord spoke unto Moses, saying .. "
Could it be that every man's life
might be interpreted as a dialogue
with God? Chapter after chapter
life goes on. quiet days, crisis days,
days of decision, days of defeat,
days of victory; each day God
speaks; each day man responds,
until at last God says. "Thou shalt
sleep with thy Fathers."
The dialogue with Moses begins
on the side of the desert near Mt.
Horeb, where Moses was shepherd-
ing the flocks of his father-in-law.
There Moses came upon a burning
bush that was not consumed by
the fire. Moses turned aside to see
this great sight. Surely this was
more than curiosity This was the
mood of wonder and awe. In such
moods God speaks to our souls.
How can God show us greater
things if we are dull, blase, and in-
sensitive to burning bushes? If we
are sensitive and eager and alert
in the silent places, in the desert
places, in the mountains, while go-
ing about our humdrum tasks, a
dialogue may begin, with God
.-.peaking first.
How does God call us to our
tasks? Sometimes he speaks as
with Moses out of a burning bush.
Sometimes He speaks in the Tem-
ple, as with Isaiah. Someti.nes He
speaks in a man's heart directly.
Again we ask: Could it be that
very man's life might be inter-
preted as a dialogue with God?
A'hat is God saying to you? What
response do you give?
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Beshalah
The waters of the Red Sea divide to make a path for the
Israelites.
"And the children of Israel went into the midst of the sea
upon the dry ground: and the waters were a wall unto them
on their right hand, and on their left" (Exod. 14, 22).
BESHALAH Fearful of the hostile tribes the Israelites
might encounter on the direct route to Canaan through the
land oi the Philistine's. God sent the newly freed slaves by way
of the desert near th- Red Sea As they journeyed, they were
guided by a pillar of cloud by day and a pillar of fire by night.
The Israelites had left Egypt presumably to worship their
God in the desert. When Pharaoh learned that the children of
Israel would not return to Egypt, he pursued them to the banks
of the Red Sea at the head of an army of chosen troops. But a
miracle occurred: the children of Israel were able to pass between
Ifne waves of the Red Sea that divided before them and stood
upright like columns. The Egyptian hosts, plunging into the Red
Sea after them, were all drowned.
At this sight, the children of Israel sang a song of praise
to God. On their journey through the desert, the children of
Israel were sustained by manna from heaven; water issued
from a rock for them at the bidding of God. The Amalekites did
battle with the Israelites, but were defeated by Joshua, the son
of Nun, and his men.
This recounting of the Weekly Purtion of the Lew 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.
neji
CjlOUS
OcY\'(Vc5
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA
TION. 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morns Barr.
Friday 5:311 anil S:15 p.m Sermon:
"Thi Torah's Answer to t'nni- In
the Streets." Saturday s IS R.ni Ser-
mon: "Portion <.f th.' Week
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz.
MINVONAIRES SYNAGOGUE 3737
Birr! Rd Modern Traditional Cantor
Louis Cohen.
UK |
Milzvati Terl Beth, daughter of Mr
and Jlrs Allan i;.....Iman
BETH TFILAH 935 Euclid Ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E Rackovsky.
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1242 Washington Ave Orthodox Raub.
Dow Rosencwaig.
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Irvmg Lehrman Cantor Z v Adler
I ,| y ;., ;. ,,. s ,|
Sabbath .' .< -. n T .,
and l. s t .<.. mi iiaj n n
Vt eekly Poi [In
Junior .... i .
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
dall Dr., S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi _.,2', ... -----m-----
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael OR?OLOM iJ:M^a HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Plnetree
Alexander S
Kyrr.
8755 SW 16f- St. Miami. Rabbi
___#___ Ralph 2. Ghxman. Cantor Benjamin
DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave. ,.Ben Ari ,.
Rabb. Sol Landau. rri;,v 8 p.m Saturday 8:S a.m.
liar Mltivah Judd, son Of Mr and
Mrs. 3am Aronowits; Stuart. son of
Dr Orthodox. Rabbi
Gross
BETH
Conservative.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
Ft day 6:80 ami 8 15 pin Library ,
Sabbath Queal iipeaker, Seymour H Mr. i1"'1 Mre. Leonard .Marcus. Hl-
i.i,i.man Topic: "Roota ol Allena- :
th. n ." Saturday : am Sermorn: "The
Torah Leaaon." Bar Mltivah: Joel,
.son of Mr. and Mrs Irwln Knitter
Mm. ha E>:S0 p.m.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Avenue.
Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Friday fi p.m. Saturday !' a m. Ser-
mon: "The Song of Redemption "
Mincha 5:48 p.m.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 65f<0 N. Miami
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Av
Orthodox Rabbi T.bor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel.
Friila.x s 43 |. m Saturday 8 ''' a m
Sermon "Xew Tunei
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph knf^ftm icdaci ...- .-
r.jrmi T.antor Alhert C.lantj ~_J?fcTH ISJ,AFL 141=> Euclid Av
Carmi. Cantor Albert Glantz.
TIFERETH JACOB (TEMPLE). 9M E.
4th Ave., Hialeah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
Friday VI". p.m. Sermon. "Si me I'.ii-
Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrfieidi
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Friday 8:13 ,, ,. Sermon: "Results
uf the Arab, Israeli \\ ar
Chanted World
a.m.
Saturday :4.'.
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Oickton.
Friday H:15 p m. Sabbath of Bone;.
Pulpit guest. Dr. John If. Presley,
member "f the advisory board for the
tTrime Commission of Greater Miami
Topic: "New Paths for Troubled
Vouth." Mr and Mrs. Nathan K
Spector will host the Ones Bhaboal
m honor of Cantor and Mrs. Dlekson
Saturday 8:46 am. Sermon: "A New
Sour of Hope."- 5:30 p m "Wherein
Hope""
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BETH SOLOMON. 50 NW 51st Place
Conservative.
Friday 3:30 and 8:16 p.m Ones
Shabbal hosted by Mr. and Mrs
Samuel Issauberg in honor of their
. 'Mini: aimfversary and his l.lrih-
daj Saturday a m. Mincha .". 30 |i tn
BETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW 8'h ,
St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Friday 8:16 pm Sermon: "Lincoln's
Pragmatic Ideals." Saturday morning
-.ermon: "Portion of the Week."
ZION (TEMPLE). 8000 Miller Rd. Con.
ervative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
Fridav 8:15 pm Jewish Arbor Day
aermon: "The Evergreen Tree of i.tfe.
The Growing Vice ot Knowledge."
Sat unlay : am
MENORAH (TEMPLE) 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz. Cantor Nico Feldman.
NER TAMID (TEMPLE). 8Dth St. and
Tatum Waterway Modern Trad.-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Laboviti. Can-
tor Edward Klein
^ iyvrtSG HEBREW
_______
COMFORT FOR GRANDMA!
Grandmother: TacW me, I wanted
to ask you something.
Pilot: Plea* do. grandmother, ask
whatever your heart desires.
Grandmother: How many engines
does our airplane have?
Pilot: Four, grandmother. Four
strong engines.
Grandmother: And if. heaven for-
bid, one of the engines is
damaged on the way?
Pilot: One engine getting damaged?
Well, then we fly on three.
Grandmother: You say on "three",
and what will happen to the
plane if. heaven forbid, two
engines of the plane are
crippled?
Pilot: It isn't pleasant to fly with
only two engines. W would be
forced to land on the grounJ.
There is no choice!
Grandmother: Very well! But what
would you do, if. heaven forbid,
you were left with oniv one
engine?
Pilot: We would pray for God's
mercy and make an emergency
landing.
Grandmother: And if. heaven
forbid, all the engines are
damaged on the way?
Pilot: Its not comfortable to fly
without engines. But I promise
you one thing. You have
nothing lo Tear. We won't leave
you in mid-air. Under any
circumstances!
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B'NAi RAPHAEL U I \A Igj
Conaervative Rabbi Chai >i m Ru.
bel. Can-.or Jack i_e-ner
SINAI .TEMPLE) OF NORTw DADE
Temporary office. 18801 NE
Ave Re'rrm R.itr Ratpl
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SKV LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Raobi jonah E
Caplan.
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 90 NE 171st St Orthodox
Rabbi Naftah Porush
Krida> ] and S:i:, p m Sermon The
g : \ i.-ii.rv Satur.l.o i
erm..n: -.. ,.. i:,.,,, .. .
Mini ha : p m
EVANU-EL 1801 S. Andrews A.
Reform Rabbi R'chard M Lev.-.
C.tntor Jeron.e Kiement
HALLANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTE:
!' E H.illandale Beach Blvii
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL iTEMPLEI. S. 14th .
Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffe
f:1.1 p in Sei.....ii U
.ii l> I I .. Ill l:.(r MItIV ih K
.-"ii i'f Mr mill Mr* Marvin .1 <'
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE). 172
Monroe St. Conservative. Ra:
Morton Malavsky. Cantor Ph'1
Lutman.
CORAL GABLES
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnaon St
Conservative. Rabbi David Sn.ip
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
BETH ISRAEL' 770 40-h Street,
Orthodox. Rabat. Berel Wein.
BETH JACOB. 30T Washington Ave..
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1546
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
B'NAI SHOLOM (Temple). 275 NW
199th Street. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham M. Cassel.
OHEV SHALOM. 7011 Bomta Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber.'
man.
Saturday 8:80 n m. Bermon: "New
rear for Treea." Mincha :.:4". p m
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER $45
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias.
31 Friday :, pm Saturday 8:jn R.m
Sermnn 'The Bong of the Birds '
YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
1542.44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURN (TEMPLE). Con.
servative 1025 NE 183rd St.. Miami.
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky
Cantor Harry Sterling.
Friday 8:18 ,. m Bermon: a Crown
of CHory." Satunlay 8:48 a m.
JUDEA (TEMPLE) 5500Granda Blvd
Reform. Rabbi Morns K.poer.
Friday si:, m Se.m..n r, v
, Jew Be a ConKclentinud i n. .
------e-----
ZAMORA (TEMPLEi 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabb, Maxwell Berg
er Cantor Seymour Hmkes
Frldav g:|| p Bermon- M- \|V|I
and l BSturday > r. ., ^,.,. '
Scriptural Leaso,, M
-----e-----
FT. LAUDERDALE
BTH, '5RAB^ (TEMPLE). 547
??U!?-n_4 rr!< Bl7d. Rabb. Ph.l'p
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 3500 SW 69!"
Way. Conservative. Rabbi Irw.n
Cutler.
POMPANO BEACH
.
SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 1326W ^1tf
Ave.. Conaervative. Rabbi Moms
A. Skop. Cantor Leon Segal.
lii'l.iV sir, p nt Sermon: "Phiiit r l
for the Future" Seoul Sabbath a-
Jewish Arl.or I>ay. Satunlay i. i
sabbath of Bone
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9364 Collins Ave. Orthooix Ave
Rabbi Isaac D. Vine.
Ftidaj .'.:^n p ni Baturday : km
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 1444
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser.
Frldaj IK p.m Rabhl Uauiel Fmn-
ael'a aermon: ;The Weighf of the
10:4.-. am l.as BETH TORAH.^Tst. and NE 11th
A.v^._C IQMinlca/ '7c/,
Future.'
Sat tin lav'
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) OF GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 1tth St. Reform
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Dr. Narot ami Rabbi
Steven Jacobn will dlwUHH "Oiir
Washington Visit for flergy on Vlet-
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conaervative. Rabbi Avrom L. |
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnass. i
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
10 SHEVAT 5:50

aehitt, Cantor Jacob Renrer.
l-ndav 5:1-. and 8:15 p.m. Brother-
fKJkJTS}"! Sa,u"l'> :30 n.m
B^Hva,m^e 'congregation.
R.hK n i"= Hwy Conrvative.
Rabbi David Resenfeld. Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum.
Frday :15 pm Boy Soout Sabbath
Sermon: "The Boy Seoul*" Saturday
_ I'4-' am herm.m: "Portion of the
am V\ ?I?K.
^Jilr.
^iiLrSJ*!9:30 a m The jewi,h w"hjp ur
Fa* u /*u !, Avrom Drazin- 1>r*ete Center
H;.~r kk o1? am The StiU Sma" Voica.
Fa* 13 r > nlT" Schiff> Beth El ConRregation.
Tod,7 B\Z 9:3010:30 P-m- Man to Man.
lopic. Refugees.
Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Pierre.
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Fridav. February 9 1968

I.
Jtnisf. fhrkHaun
Paqe 13-A

800 Expected At Histadrut Meet
odic(i/ out
COHEN
M re than 800 Jewish communal
leaders from throughout the Unit-
d States and Canada are expected
o participate in the third annual j
Mid Winter Conference of the i
American Histadrut Development
Foundation in Miami Beach Feb.
'?3?4. national chairman William
president cf that Histadrut, and f for Histadrut and Joseph Ash was
vice chairman ofthe Foundation,
which supports the long-range
education, cultural an^ welfare
projects of Histadrut in Israel.
Mr. Sylk also announced that
Bernard H. Bloomfield v.ill serve
as Canadian chairman of the con-
H. Sylk of Philadelphia announced ference here, with Samuel J. Lef-
Wednesday. rak being formally introduced as
Highlight of the two day con- the chairman of th Foundation's
The Conscience Gap
^ap between the clergy
laity on issues of conscience
in; to be developing into a
.lew or Christian, f read
hear and feel that, like the
licized "generation gap."
arned men of religion are
i Kvnniunteating with their
ren and are off by them
. in what many would term
fielaVT
the two Ms issuei of our
Vietnam and the Negro so-
v ilutionwe are becoming
n divided in bitterness
isterij. pocsts and rabbit have,
the most part, taken a moral
, based on religious con-
i. call it "kft," "radical."'
.heral "-if there must be a
rhej oppose the American
Pvemenl in Vietnam; they
rt lb* social revolution to
a deceit life for the Nc
in America.
- is not true of those lay
pie who are part of church
synagogue ''fe don't mean
. blanket indictment, of course.
but I senae a large majority who
u name of -patriotism" and
safety on the streets." if not
inter reasons, find themselves
the opposite**** of the Issuea
A- we get more involved, more
frustrated, the demand to hush
voices of dissent gets more
trident. If nothing more sinister
than a new wave of McCarthyism
. ;n the air. it would appear to
m!j a matter of time.
A modern rabbinic view of the
ew's role in the world today was
a < II ex pressed recently in a talk
here by Rabbi Arthur l.elyveld
: Cleveland, who also serves
significantlyIS president of the
Vmerican Jewish Congress. Ju-
aism, as he views it, is essen-
a religion of demand. "We
ieve our salvation by acting.
. our conduct" and. from this
sophical base, it is easy to
-tand why he marched in
issippi land was beaten up).
why he has taken the most
i me view on the draft a> a
i 11 attack upon the morality
of the Vietnam war.
Our grandfathers and those
i preceded them in galut had
no such view of the command
ments Since they had no access
to the world of the goyim, living
In the ghetto, they prayed for
1'Oil's kingship to perfect the
world There was nothing they
could do about it but pray.
But. "We are participants in
the world; we have access to the
means ol change We cannot just
.-. \ it. or just pray, because we
art not in a ghetto." is Rabl i
I \ eld s |, .','. and today's r<
ligi '..- instil .' on- are test)
whi the) do, in hU op i ii i
Like Buber. Rabbi Lelj veld
says I take my stand withii I
inherited 'ought' ol the Je
mtinrty," and basi
acti\ -I role on sou i' J
ces It is not s till lor
>ws i v his i>
...
n w itii (hi \
enant. I h show a
dispn f Ji ws
on tl ra nic sidi
number.
For he .i\' rag Chrisl
has i i 'Ught up on an
phasis ol i reed, rather than
it is a go difficult lo
: : ...>,:nan acting more
lik( ., Hebrew piophet than St.
Paul So me tunes they read mo
as in Milwaukee and Chi-
case where nuns and priests were
spit upon and beaten in Catholic
districts; for the most part they
watch with stunned silence irom
their upholstered pews while
their pastors aid to the discom-
fort ol a disorderly world.
From a more optimistic point
of view, the charge of the clergy
from the pulpit to the street while
the la.ty sits wrapped in mystery
inside, may be only the begin
ning of a deeper understanding
and commitment to the beautiful
old prayer:
"Grant us peace. Thy most pre
Cious gift. O Thou eternal sourc<
Ol peace, and enable Israel to be
its messenger unto the people ol
the earth. Blest our country that
it may ever be a stronghold of
peace, and it.- advocate in the
council Ol nations May content
ment reign within its borders.
health and happiness within Its
home- Strengthen the bonds ol
friendship and fellowship among
the inhabitants o all lands Plant
virtue in every soul, and maj the
|0ve Of Thy name hallow every
neandeveo heart Prat
Thou. 0 Lord. Giver of Peace
To manj this is still a prayer
to an omnipotent and omniscienl
God. to be answered in good
time. To those like Rabbi l.ely-
veld. it i- part of the religion of
demand" -a commandment to
act. a commitment to the world.
clave will he a testimonial dinner
o entertainer Frank Sinatra on
'he occasion of the consecration
0' the Frank Sinatra International
Youth Center in Nazareth and
presentation of the Histadrut Med-
il ol Honor to Mr. Sinatra.
The conference, which will be
I larU re I in the Fontaine-
oleau Hotel, is expected to send
litments secured by
$10,000,000
S) Ik stati More thin
il zed in the first
x- : .. thi ; ganization. which
Miami Beach in
! 60 at the su ol L)
K -h
Dr Kro.iish, rabbi of Temple
Beth SSolom, is national vice
CRT Region to Hear Talk
By National Committeeman
astei n Florida Region.
Mi :.'- American out. has sched-
uled its next regular meeting for
Thursday at Chase Federal, 425
Arthur Godfrey Rd.
Program will include a talk by
D. Beryl Manishewitz, national
ORT membership committeeman.
-".iliation of the group's new
res ". Paul M. Taylor
ilvi ning will conclude with card
eames and a social hour hosted by
Mr and Mrs Joseph Kuluva in
honor of her recovery from a re-
cent illness
new National Advisory Board.
Conference chairman is Lou Pol-
ler of Bay Harbor Islands, with
Jacob Rifkin of Miami Beach as
Florida chairman. Mr Rifkin was
honored at last year's Mid-Winter
Conference at which Mr. Sinatra
announced a S100.000 gift to the
S.natra Youth tenter, which serves
boys and girls of the Christian.
Modem. Druse and Jewish faiths
Named as cocharir.cn for Ih
conference were Jack S. Popick, a
member ol the national hoard oi
,.o\ ernors >l State o (si ai I '. nds
and an associate chi r::ian ol
''.ri7'< historic isiael Emergent
Fu: I United J >w sh v peal;
I ev n pres :: ol '!; . r Miami Israel ll tadrul : o
mil .< e; and Miss Lillian Goo In .
president oi the '.Voinen' Divi
01 the South Florida Council for
Medical Services and Vocational
Training in Israel.
Other officers named for the
conference include Morns New-
mark, treasurer: Sam l.achman.
secretary; and Leonard Zilbert,
program chairman. Judge Herbert
S. Shapiro and Dr. Anna Brenner
Meyers are cochairmen of the le-
gal committee for the conclave,
which will open with a Feb. 23
seminar at which Israeli Minister
Ephraim Evron and Dr. Sol Stein,
national executive director of His-
tadrut. will speak.
Mrs. Elsie Bonem and Mrs.
Trudy Hamerschlag were named
A. DAVID WEISGAL has been ap- by Mr. Sylk as cochairmen of the
pointed executive director of the arrangements committee. Mrs.
American Committee of the Weiz- Jennie Grossinger is chairman of
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named public relatfois" chairman.
Dr. Michael Sossin will serve as
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chairman of a large host commit-
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Members of an executive com
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Friday, February S
Eisendrath To Report
On Peace Mission
Dr. Maurice V Eisendrath, pres-
ident oi the Union ol American
Hebrew Congregations, will report
on a 22-day peace mission that
took him and Protestant and Cath-
olic religious leaders around the
world during January, at the
L'AHC's executive board meeting
in Miami Beach Feb. 25.
Dr. Eisendrath will be featured
speaker at an evening meeting
which will climax all-day sessions
of the Union's trustees, scheduled
for the Fontainebleau Hotel. An-
nouncement of Dr. Eisendrath's
address was made by Earl Morse
of New York, chairman of the
board of trustees who will preside
over the first conference of the
executive committee ever held in
the South.
Dr. Eisendrath served as co-
chairman of the American delega-
tion to the Internationa! Inter-
Religious Symposium of Peace in
New Delhi, which was held Jan.
10-14 in the Indian capita'. There
they met with Hindu. Moslem.
Buddhist and Shinto leaders.
In addition to taking part in the
Feb. 25 conlerence. Dr. Eisendrath
will speak at Temple Israel Feb.
23. where he will share the pulpit
with Dr. Joseph R. Narot, a fellow
graduate of the Hebrew Union Col-
lege Jewish Institute of Religion.
Mr. Morse also announced on
Wednesday that members of all
Reform and Liberal congregations
in South Florida will be given the
opportunity to attend numerous in- I
formal sessions with such leaders
>; Reform Judaism as Dr. Eisen-
drath and Dr. Nelson G'.ueck, pres-
ident ol the HUC-JIR, who will be
here for several days to help com-
plete plans lor the conference.
Dr. Alexander Schimiler. UAHC
vice president, also will arrive ear-
j ly to help plan the conference in
conjunction with Chaim Friend.
national executive vice chairman
of the Reform Jewish Appeal. Dr.
Schindler will share the Temple
Judea pulpit Feb. 23 with Rabbi
Morris A. Kipper. Both are HUC-
JIR graduates.
Judge Emil Barr. executive com-
mittee member oi the UAHC, will
oe on the pulpit of Temple Beth-El
:n Hollywood together with Dr.
Samuel Jalle. also on Feb. 23.
Temple Beth Sholom of Miami
Beach will host Mr. Morse ut a
board meeting Feb. 21, with Dr.
Leon Kronish and James Albert,
president of the South Florida Fed-
eration ol UAHC, participating.
Temple Sinai of North Miami.
Temple Emanu-El of Ft. Lauder-
ilale and Temple Israel of West
Palm Beach all will host special
meetings with national UAHC
leaders.
Sunday night's climactic recep-
tion will feature "An Evening with
Reform Judaism," bringing to-
gether local and visiting members
o' Reform congregations from
throughout the nation with their
movement's loremost leaders. Mr.
Morse noted.
DR. EISENDRATH
Home Celebrates
Its Bar Mitzvah
The Jewish Convalescent Home
of South Florida is holding its an-
nual New Horizons Dinner Dance
on Sunday. March 10, at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel.
The alfair will also celebrate the
Home's Bar Mitzvah year of 1968
Cochairmen for the event will
be Leonard Zilbert, Mr. and Mrs.
Abe ('. Fine, and Archie Stone. The
executive committee will be com-
posed ol Mrs. Sarah Levin. Jack
Stein. Bernard Weinbirg. Ray ("in-
ner, and Moses Hornstein. Mrs.
Sarah Keiser is president of the
Home.
Plans Announced
For Oleh Regel
Tour Of Israel
Plans fOf* Trie second annual
Miami Israel Oleh Regel Tour
were described for Miami Jewish
community leaders at a meeting
Wednesday night by Dr. Aaron Ka-
lian, executive director of the Is-
rael Bond Organization, upon his
return from conferring in Israel
with heads of government, the mil-
itary and industry.
The 1968 Oleh Regel. taking
place in June, will coincide with
the anniversary of the liberation
of Jerusalem and the Six Day War
and the 20th anniversary of state-
j hood. As was the case during the
| first Oleh Regel last summer, meet- j
1 ings with leading Israeli figures
'such as the Prime Minister, the
Chiefs of Staff, the Mayors of Jeru-
salem, Tel Aviv and Haifa, are
being arranged.
Dr. Kalian noted that Honorecs
of Israelpurchasers of SI,000
or more in Israel Bondsare eli-
gible for the tour
He described the Oleh Regel as
a "Festival Journey." The basic
Oleh Regel Festival Pilgrimage
will be Iron) June 4 to June 18.
THE 19th ANNUAL All Star Show
>i the Miami Beach Police and
Firemen's Benevolent Association
is set for Sunday evening. Feb. 18.
8:30 p.m. in the Miami Beach Au-
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and send a Florida-made gift
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Mia
mi, Florida, Friday, February 9, 1968
S
| Ml CITY CONiMSSIONER M. Athalie Ranqe receiv?s
the Leonard L. Abecs Human Relations Award of the Anti-
Deicmation League at a recent meetinq of the ADL Florida
Reaional Board. Mr. Abess (left) presents the award while
Ccr ;:essman Dante B. Fascell looks on.
Judge Berkman To Be
Feted By Ohev Shalom
North Dude CJA-IEF
Sets $100,000 Goal
A goal of $100,000 for the 1968
campaign of the Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund has
been announced for the North Dade
area unit of the drive. This is the
Jason M. Berkman will
;, h red as the "Man of the
Yeai at ohev Shalom Congrega-
fifth annual dinner. Sun-
da) ing at the Fontainebleau
I
I'hineas Weberman. spir
ler of the Orthodox con-
said thai the tribute t<>
Berkman was "only a small
appreciation" tor tne pp-
rist'j outstanding efforts on
ol many civic, charitable
. Eioui as well as "his extra-
v devotion to community
>.i ce."
Judge Berkman is a graduate of
J4S0N BfRKMA.V
the University of Florida Law
School. A practicing attorney, he
is a partner in the law firm of
Dubbin. Schiff. Berkman and Dub-
bin.
A resident of Miami Beach since
1948. Judge Berkman has presided
over the Justice of the Peace Court
in District- 5 for the past seven
yean, He was elected to the office
with the largest vote ever cast and
four years later he was reelected
without opposition.
When the I'.S. government ap-
pointed Judge Berkman to the Na-
tional Mediation Board he gained
national recognition. He has since
become prominently active as a
mediator and arbitrator in labor-
management disputes.
Judge Berkman is an active
member of numerous civic and
charitable organizations, which in-
clude: The Miami Beach Bar Asan
Elks, Temple Beth Sholom. Civic
League, Chamber Of Commerce.
Bayshore Service Club, Miami
Beach Taxpayers, American Le-
gi.>n. Democratic Club ol Miami
P.each and the Jewish War Vet-
erans.
The annual c'inner will also
celebrate the cor.-iregat'on's re-
cent move to new and laryer
quarters in the new temple at
7011 Bonita Dr., Miami Beach
Councilman Leonard Weinstein,
chairman ol the dinner, lias an-
nounced thai Albert Speiser will
the master ol ceremonies for
i r\ en n j' festh it ivs, "heduled
, starl at G 30 | h hi ol
evening will h( the musical
entertainment bj tl e Irving Pie
ick Orchestra
God -- Living Or Dead' To Be Subject Of
Sunday Lecture By Rabbi Rubenstein
i Richard I. Rubenstein,
the leading present day
ai -. \. a\ ai the Greenfield Adult
[nsl tute al Temple Israel ol
Greater Miami His subjecl wi
"God Living or Dead'
Dr Rubenstein. Hillel director
or universities in the Pittsburgh
area, has lectured on many ol the
i! ajor American campuses ai d
European universil e- His series
o| .., lures at the Catholic L'niver
sitj "I Poland was the first given
by an American Jewish theologian
behind the Iron Curtain, and he
has conducted seminars and insti-
tutes in Germany, Switzerland,
Scotland and England
Author of a hook. Alter Ausch
wltt." Dr Rubenstein has written
articles for Playboy Saturda> Eve
nlng post, 1- iok and several Jew
ish and Christian academic Jour-
nals
at
fOUSlNGEB Shomo Carle-
jh. internationally known.
v'-: be the i alur-d attraction
} ">e kickoff rally for the
^omr-ined lew ish Aopeal-
ibrael Lmerqencv Fund soon-
sored bv the Greater Miami
Jewish Youth Coun-il to be
17 aL8 P-m- Saturday. Feb.
17 at Temple krael.
Rabbi Rubenstein was ordained
ihe Jewish Theological Semi
nary and received his master of
theology and doctorate from Har-
vard Universitj
'Civil Rights, Dirty Workers'
Arthur N. Teitelbaum. regional
director of Ihe Antl-Defamatlon
League of Bnai B'rith. will speak
before the BB Sholem Lodge on
Tuesday at 8:15 p.m. in the Israel
ite Center. His topic will be "Civi
Rights and the Dirty Workers.
$340,000 IN BONDS
RAISED AT FESTIVAL
More than $340,000 in Is-
rael bonds were pledged this
week at the Festival of Stars
for Israel sponsored by the
State of Israel Bonds.
The Festival of Stars was
the first in a series of events
preceding the 1968 Interna-
tional Inaugural Conference
for l-rael Bonds which will
be held at the Fontainebleau
Hotel from Thursday. Feb.
2!lth through Sunday. March
3rd.
first time that a complete commu-
nity effort in the North Dade area
has been made.
A number of meetings and break-
fasts have already been held with
many more scheduled during the
remaining weeks of the campaign
A majority of these meetings are
being held in conjunction with the
temples and synagogues of the
area.
A committee has been formed
under the leadership of Rabbi Max
Lipschitz. His cochairmen for 1968
are Sam Fox and Burton Young.
The North Dade campaign cab-
inet includes: Kabbi Jonah Caplan.
Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Rabbi Naf
tali Porush. Rabbi Ralph P. Kings
ley. Rabbi Charles Rubel. Rabbi
David Rosenfeld. Norman Gold-
stein, Dr. Stanford Cooke. Dr.
Morton Rosenbluth. Larry Hurwirt.
Adolph Berger. Sam Kirschbaum.
CIRCUIT JUDGE Harold B.
Spaet (left) discusses the pro-
qram of the Farband Labor
Zionists Order at the orqani-
zction's 4th annual luncheon
with Joseph P. Zuckerman.
chairmrm. Over 400 orsons
attended the affair, held on
behalf of the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal-Israel Emerqency
Fund joint campaiqn.
.lack Rubenstein. Milton Horn-
stein. Emanuel Ungar, Joseph
('.olden. Max A. Rothenberg. Morly
Deckelhaum. Jack Rosenberg. Col.
Morris ('.alien and Jerome CaveH.
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Dr. Altizer To Speak
At Temple Judea .
Dr. Thomas J. J. Altizer. the
man generally credited as the
founder of the "God is dead"
theology among American Protes-
tants, will speak at Temple Judca
at 8 p.m. Tuesday. The address by
the Emory University professor
will be the fourth program of the
Coral Gables congregation's 1967-
68 cultural series.
Announcement of the event was
made by Milton Goldberg and Mrs.
(Jeorge Baum. cochairmen of the
cultural scries. The talk is open to
the general public, with tickets
en sale now at the Temp'.e Judea
olicc. 5500 Granada Blvd.
Dr. Altizer, who has been pro-
fessor of Bible and Religion at
the Atlanta university for more
than 11 years, is the author of
several books including "The
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published in May, 1966. In addi-
tion he coauthored "Radical
Theology and the Death of God"
with William Hamilton of Col-
gate earlier in 1966.
A veteran of the L'.S. Army, he
completed his war-interrupted stu-
dies at the University of Chicago,
earning an A.'B. in 1948. a masters
degree in 1951 and his Ph.D. in
1955. He served as assistant pro-
fessor of religion at Wabash Col-
lege from 1954 until moving to
Emory in 1956.
Married, and the father of a
three-year-old son. Dr. Altizer at-
tracted international attention with
, his numerous talks and writings on
radical theology.
Upcoming events in the Temple
Judea series include appearances
in March by Gen. S. L. A. Mar
shall, renowned military historian,
and in May by Bishop James A.
Pike of California. Past speakers
in the series include Meyer Levin
and Sen. Abraham Ribicoff.
THIRD ANNUAL PICNIC of the
Iowa Club Is slated for Sunday. 10
a.m. to 4 p.m., at Matheson Ham
mock Park. In charge of the affair
is John H. Heilig.
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Overall Theme For
At Beth Am Will Be
What Every Reform Jewish
Adult Should Know" is the over-all
theme of the current adult educa-
tion program cosponsored hy trie
Temple Beth Am Adult Education
Committee. Brotherhood and Sis-
terhood.
The integrated program gets its
send-off Friday evening at 8:30.
when Rabbi David Polish, of Ev-
anston. 111., speaks on -What Re-
form Judaism Requires of Is."'
Rabbi Polish is the coauthor of
"Mitzvah in Reform Judaism.''
Adult Education
Reform Judaism
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard *m
eon 1 nine to explore the theme a:
the Brotherhood breakfast on San
day at 10 a.m. His subject will be
What Every Jew Should Know
About the Current Upheaval j
Christianity."
A series of Monday morning
classes sponsored by the Sister-
hood with Rabbi Baumgard. will be
held at the temple beginning on
Feb. 19 at 10:30 and continuing
->r four weeks.
OR. THOMAS AlTiZW
Dr. Siegel Due For
Samuel Friedland
Seminary Lecture
Dr. Seymour Siegel, associate
nrofessor of :hoo!o.y ;it The Jewish
Theological Seminary of America
and Assistant Dean of its Herbert
H. Lehman Institute of Ethics, will
(! -liver the ninth annual Samuel
Friedland Lecture at the Seminary
Convocation on Monday. Feb. 26.
at Temple Emanu-EI.
A Chicagoan. Pr Siegel was or-
dained in 1951 by the Seminary
and served for eight years as Reg-
istrar of thi' Post-Graduate Depart-
ment of the Rabbinical School He
is an active member of the Rab-
binical .Assembly and from 1964 lo
1966 was secretary of this nation
wide Association of Conservative
Rabbis.
Endowed by Samuel Fried!;
of Miami Beach, a member of th<
Seminar) Boar ol 1 1 rseers. t! 1
i lure Sei iwai stablished m
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Ner Tamid Concert Stars Cantor Klein, <;'">>"'g Elected
West Point Jewish Cadet Chapel Choir To Seventh Term
,t Edward Klein will pre
; original cantata. Israel.
\ Dream Come True." at the 10th
annual Net Tamid concert to he
h,.l,i Saturday evening at 8:15 in
Ihe temple.
Among major attractions slated
for the musicale will be the Jewish
Cidet Chapel Choir of West Point
making its only appearance for
the year in the Miami area at the
concert
Also featured will be Danny and
]!<., internationally known ling-
in.; stars of Israel, who will present
their lateat popular music.
The committee is headed by Mr.
D Dale Regent, chairman; Mrs.
Louis Cohen, cochairman; ticket
cochainnen Louis Suchman and
Mrs Joseph Schwartz.
Every Sunday morninn at the
Old Cadel Chapel of the United
gtati Military Academy, a group
0I some 40 cadets can be heard
reciting the hymns and prayers of
ihe traditional Jewish morning
sen ice. The Jew at West Point is
b> no means anything new. One
.it ii first two graduates in the
Class of 1802 was Jewish. Since
Ihi i there have been Jewish ca-
.iii
.i
\ on vc
Italian ta am.
Max Garshag
to serve for a
president of tin
Social Club.
has been elected
seventh term as
Miami Friendly
Officers who will serve with Gar-
Shag in 1968 include Julius Hifkin.
Isidore Silver, vice presidents: Mrs.
Jack Freund. treasurer: Jacob
Klasz. Mrs. Kalnian Fricdberg and
Mrs. Jacob W'iees. secretaries; Joe
Sokolsky. sergeant at-arms; Mrs.
[adore Silver, sunshine lady.
On Sunday, the club will mark
Brotherhood Week. Guest speaker
will be Habbi Avrom L. Drazin.
spiritual leader of the Israelite
Center
Remember how good
bread used to taste?
August Bros.
still does!
AUGUST BROS. BAKERY
10777 N.W. 36th AVENUE, MIAMI, FLORIDA
The 2 pm.. meeting
at 3179 SW 25th St.
will be held
CANTOR EDWARD Kit IN
rlets in each class.
The recognition of the Jewish
cadets as a distinct religious group
occurred in 1939 At that time, the
superintendent created a separate
Jewish Chapel Squad excusing
the Jewish cadets from attending
the Cadet iProtestanti Chapel and
permitting them to have their own
service Subsequently, the Jewish
Welfare Board appointed a rabbi
from New York City to act as the
Jewish chaplain at the Point.
The Jewish Chapel Choir's aim
is the beautification of the weekly
service, at which it sings the He-
. brew responses and hymns. The
choir is allowed three trips per
year to temples which wish to
hear, meet and worship with Jew-
ish cadets of the United States
Military Academy.
Tickets and iniormation may be
obtained at the temple office. 7902
Carlyle Ave.
Dr. Lrhriiinii Will
Install Club Slate
Dr. Irving l.ehrman will Ik- guest
speaker and installing officer at
the Sunday installation of the T500
Men's Club. South Building Mor-
ton Towers, to be held at the
Hilton Plaza Hotel.
Also on the agenda is Mayor.lay
Dernier, who will bring greetings
' to the guest-
The alfair will start with hors
d'oeuvres at 5 p.m.. followed by
the installation ceremony, dinner
i and show time starring Connie
Francis and Nipsy Russell.



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Lorber Chapter of the Children's
Asthma Research Institute and
Hospital at Denver will meet on
Tuesday at 11:30 a.m. in the Cap-
tain's Cache Restaurant. I.airy
King will be guest speaker.
ISRAEL has a total of 26 cities and
towns. 700 Jewish villages and 99
Arab and Druze villages
A good suggestion,
Straight from the employes' "think box"
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the word
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really on the ball. You're right
"VEGETARIAN" is a mighty im-
portant part of the name of the
world's most popular vegetarian
beans. You might also have sug-
gested printing the 0 in red; the
seal of the Union of Orthodox
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is just as important. But, Miss Go -
buz, the red type would clash with
the other colors on the label. It
would make the whole thing "too
busy". However, Miss Golbitz,
don't think that we're just going
to file your suggestion away and
forget it. Positively not! We're go-
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Friday, February 9, 1968
National Beauty
Salon Week
Salutes Women's
Beauty
THIS BOOPE
III '
Bright and Romantic \>ic Hair
Fashions for Soring Feature
Ruffled Curk
The Ruffled Curl Lock is the new look in
hair siyics for Spring, crcordirg to the Official
Hair Fashion Committee of th National Hair-
dressers and Cosmetologists Association. This
new look Matures ail of the tender quality cf
scfty rallied han, combined with fun-loving
curls. ..,,,
FuMhermore, the new look is h qhly roman-
tic a term that had not been used in the fashion
vccabuia:v i^r many a year until hair brought
ii to the fc; efro.it. Now. th:s romantic hair
f-shicn is pullina the various clothinq looks in
the fashion v/crM together, be they cool chic.
to ah chic, or pretty g rl.
This means that reg^H'en cf what loo< vou
sehrt for youi Spring wardrcb?, or even if you
use s-veial that overlap hr a vcri~ty of eftectr,
you'll b pretty and fashion-right with a Ruf-
fled Cuil hair style.
The new Spring stvles will be shown
thrcu'aout the nation In c'.-servan-? of National
Beauty Salon V.'e?k, February 11-17. The ha.r
fashion authorities promise that th- new style*
will really g.ve you a lift end a hap ->y-go-hv.>ly
feeling.

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wit.lis a ivew waiR. styie
A happy new hair style, designed just for you. a touch
of young color, a ruffle soft permanent wave-beautiful
ways to send your spirits soaring. Make an appointment
today to give yourself a lift with a new hair style.
THE YUM YUM COIFFURE has a romantic- look of oriental
eleKUiue. It Ik of the new Rufned Curl styles for Spring
by the National HairdreK*erH and Cosmetologist! Associa-
tion.
ABBIE'S WIGS & THINGS
12865 W. Dixie Hwy 754-8749
ANGLE'S BEAUTY SALON
497 N.E. 167th St.. No. Miami Beach 947-1011
BISCAYNE TERRACE BEAUTY SALON
Mary and Nina, Owners
278 Biscayne Blvd., Miami 373-0359
BOUTIQUE HAIRDRESSERS
Mrs. Jermaine Baker. Owner
214 Andalusia Ave., Coral Gables
By Appointment Only 444-1644
CAROUSEL COIFFURES
8563 Coral Way, Miami 226-7722
CHARLAINE HAIR STYLISTS
Lois Hack, Owner
6502 W. 4th Ave., Hialeah 821-1112
DADELAND COIFFURES
7433 Dadeland Mall 665-3501
DAN'S BEAUTY SALON
11510 N.E. 2nd Avenue. Miami 751-9300
DRAGON LADY BEAUTY SALON
Charles and Jean Delsanter. Owners
1851 N.E. 163rd Street
North Miami Beach 949-4513
ENN0 HAIR FASHIONS
2910 Ponce de Leon Blvd.. Coral Gables
Phone 448-7853
ERNEST & DALE COIFFURES
5833 S.W. 73rd St., So. Miami 666-2549
EVELYN'S BEAUTY SALON
17990 S.W. 97th Ave.. Miami 235-3827
FL HAIR, INC
Mr. Richard
509 Arthnr Godfrey Rd., Miami Beach
Phone 532-6351
NffllONAL
BEAUTY
SALON
WEEK
FEBRUARY 11-17, 1968
FL0RI0 R0SATI HAIR STYLISTS
3905 Alton Rd., Miami Beach 532-6351
HELEN'S G0LDR00M BEAUTY SALONS
10204 N.W. 7th Ave.. Miami 758-9996
14620 N.W. 7th Ave.. North Miami 685-2711
HOUSE OF STE'VON HAIR STYLISTS
970 Arthur Godfrev Rd., Miami Beach
Phones 531-9495 531-9591
IMPERIAL BEAUTY & BARBER SUPPLY
6214 S.W. 8th St., West Miami 656-8384
J0SETTE BEAUTE PARLOURS
321 Alhambra Circle, Coral Gables 443-8521
KA-DEE BEAUTY SALON
1231 Lincoln Rd.. Micmi Beach 531-9294
LITTLE NOOK BEAUTY SHOP
5000 N.W. 27th Ave.. Miami 633-9202
LORENE'S SALON OF BEAUTY
Miss America Owner & Ooeraior
5171 S.W. 8th St., Miami 448-1559
Mc WILLIAMS COIFFURES
166 N.W. 10th St.. Miami
Daniel McWilliams
MIGUEL ANGEL COIFFURES
227 Aragon Ave., Ccral Gables 448 7176
THE MISS K0MA BEAUTY SALON
67 Merrick Way. Coral Gables 443-4201
NAN'S BEAUTY SALON
8652 N.W. 22nd Ave.. Micmi 696-2773
SADYE NATHAN BEAUTY SALONS
Wias and Wiglets
1638 Euclid Ave., Miami Beach 538-9294
NITE OWL SALON OF BEAUTY
12959 Biscavne Blvd., Miami 754-7022
THE FARFELU COIFFURE feature* Die fun-lovinc .ml.- I
ilo- Kuffled '"url hall Btyle* designed for Spring bj ih<
N'ational Hairdresser* and Cosmetologists Association
REE'S BEAUTY SALON
Attention Housewives Working Girls Tourists
5993 S.W. 8th St., Miami 667-4761
RENEE'S BEAUTY SALON
Individugl Hair Styling
155 S.E. 1st St.. Miami 371-4863
SABRINA FOR BEAUTY, INC.
1343 N.E. 185th Street, North Miami Beach
945-8201 947-9614
SALON DE COIFFEUR
6113 S.W. 8th St.. Miami 665-5395
SIMPATIC0 BEAUTY SALON
387 N.E. 167th St., North Miami Beach
Phcne 947-1617
SUNSET COIFFURES
Haircutting Styling Permanents Wigs
7007 S.W. 87th Ave.. Miami 271-4521
SURFSIDE BEAUTY SALON
9521 Harding Ave. Miami Beach 866-5268
TANIA'S BEAUTY SHOP
The Smartest Salon on Miami Beach"
1547 Washington Ave.. Miami Beach
Phone 538-1923
VENETIAN ISLE BEAUTY SALON
20 Venetian Way. Miami Beach 538-7261
VOGUE BEAUTY FAIR
Specializing In Hair S'raiahtenina
233 N.W. 9th St.. Miami 379-6610
YOUNG'S HAIR FASHIONS
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I
Mrs. Rosen To Receive Service Award
At Israel Bond Sponsor Luncheon Here
Leonard Rosen, chairman
' || r Miami -Israel Bond
, i;.\ ision, will be {he gLjgl
i in ilu' United Stat.'- ii
lh( Israel Bonds Women's Division
il Service Award, ii was an-
I b) Mrs. Jan Peerce, Na-
Women's Division chairman.
The award will be conferred on
Mrs Rosen for "outstanding lerv-
a behalf of Israel through the
l.: ,el Bond program" at the Inter-
nals nal Sponsor Luncheon to be
held under the auspices of the Na-
tional Women's Division of the Is-
,..,: Bond Organization at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel at noon Wednes-
day. Sponsor* of Israel make a
minimum purchase of $1,000 in
Israel Bonds.
Prior to (he lunch Mrs Ro-
sen will be guest o! honor at a
champagne reception at n in the
Gigi Room, tendered for Mann
aiea sponsors of Israel by Mrs.
Anna Brenner Meyers, honorary
chairman of the Florida Israel
Bond Women's Division.
Col. Emily
state- Army,
the Women's
1962 to 1966.
guest at the luncheon.
The
C. Gorman. United
retired, director of
Army Corps from
will be the special
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"World
' "cjfewiislti Fjtaridian
Friday, February 9 1968 Paqs 5-B
Guest Speakers At AJCong. Chapters
Wayne Farris At
Opth-Mrs, Meet
event is a prelude to the
1968 International Inaugural Con-
ference for State of Israel Bonds
which will take place at the on-
tainebleau Hotel from Thursdav,
Feb. 29 through Sunday. March 3.
Col Gorman had extensive ex-
perience in personnel administra-
tion and radio publicity before she
MJ. LCONARD ROSEN
v ayne Fan is. news director and
, mentator of Channel 7 TV. will
lesl speaker at the meeting of entered the military service. She
passed through the ranks from 2nd
lieutenant until she took command
of the Women's Army Corps in
1962, a post she held until 1966.
:. Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach
lay at 11:30 a.m. in the Al-
- Motel.
The documentary film. "Part-
in Crime." will be shown, fol-
lowed by a question and answer
; od.
Mrs. Gene Troop is program
nan for the day. Mrs. Frank
\ i in is president of the club.
Lithographs By
Salvador Dali
To Be Shown
"'Aliyah." a group of lithographs
del icting the rebirth of the State
ol Israel as visualized and created
r Salvador Dali. will be on ex-
hibit from Wednesday through
Sunday, March 3, at the Trustee
Club Gallery on the 4th floor of
the Barcelona Hotel, 43rd St. and
Collins Ave.. Miami Beach.
A private preview will precede
the world premiere which will be
held at the Huntington Hartford
Mu-eum in New York City, and is
being held in conjunction with the
1968 International Inaugural Con-
ference for State of Israel Bonds
wbich will launch a worldwide, in-
tensified effort in behalf of Israel's
economic development.
Upon her retirement she visited
Israel, where she was "profoundly
impressed by the progress and de-
velopment that had been achieved
there under the impact of Israel
Bond investments."
The colonel has received numer-
ous service and area ribbons in
recognition of "outstanding per-
formances in her various posi-
tions." She is a member of the
American Association of Univer-
sity Women, National Association
of Women Deans and Counselors,
the Business and Professional
Women's Club, and the American
Legion and American Legion Aux-
iliary.
Women who enroll as Sponsors
of Israel at the luncheon will re-
ceive a sponsor pin, designed by
Jacques Lipchitz. famous sculptor.
Each pin has been produced un-
der the personal supervision of Mr.
Lipchitz and bears his signature
oh the back.
Details Announced
Of CJA Women
Fashionplate Event
Eight leading stores specializing .
in women's fashion will take part
in the annual Initial Gifts Lunch-
eon of the Women's Division of the
Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund joint campaign,
according to Mrs. Aaron Farr,
chairman of initial aifts, and Mrs.
A. L. Glickman. chairman of the
luncheon,
The luncheon, known throughout
the Greater Miami area as "Fash-
ionpiate '68" will be held on Mon-
day. Feb. 19. at the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
Mrs. Sidney M. Schwartz, Wom-
en's Division campaign chairman,
announced that Mrs A. Herbert
Mathes. program chairman for the
event, is in charge of the arrange-
I ments with the various stores that
I are participating. Each store will
provide one model and the Worn-
' en's Division will supply all addi-
tional models.
This year Elizabeth Arden. Babs.
Sara Fredericks, Deborah Regal.
j \licia Ruth. Saks Fifth Avenue.
! Sapphires and Martha's will be in
the show. .
Three chapters of the American
Jewish Congress, two of them new-
ly organized, were to hold meet-
ings on Thursday.
Featured speaker for the Aviv
Chapter, newest group, was to be
Mrs. David Muskat. past national
board member and past president.
Florida Women's Division, Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, speaking on
"American Jewish CongressHow
It's Different" at a membership
coffee, slated for 8:00 p.m. in the
card room of Caribbean Towers.
* *
Hendrik J. Berns, editor and
publisher of The Independent, was
to be guest speaker for the North
Dade Mar-Len Chapter at 8 p.m. in
the Mar-Len Auditorium with
"Neo-Nazism in West Germany
What is the Danger?" as his topic.
Mrs. Joshua Susnoff. chapter pres-
ident, was to chair the evening. An
added feature on the evening's
program was to be the film "Star
Spangled Extremists." narrated by
Prof. Alan F. Westin. of Columbia
University.
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Mrs Lottie Ratsprecher, one of
the founding members of the Flor-
ida Women's Division, was to re-
late personal memories of her long
association with the late founder
of American Jewish Congress.
Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, at an 11
a.m. open meeting of the newly-
formed Henl Chapter in the card
room of Forte Towers.
Chairman for the meeting was to
be Mrs. Susan Feller, chapter pres-
ident.
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TENTH ANNUAL CONCERT
Saturday evening, Feb. 10th, 1968
8:15 P.M.
MAIN SANCTUARY OF THE TEMPLE
FEATURING
JEWISH CADET CHAPEL OF WEST POINT
Cantor Edward Klein
Danny and Lisa, Israeli Duo
FOR INFORMATION, CALL
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COOPER
'iinguished and Ourstand-
"ig Leader in the Torah World,
a Founder of Yeshivorh in the
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to Attend
THE ANNUAL
SCHOLARSHIP
DINNER
of the
YESHIVA TORAH
VODAATH AND
MESIVTA
Sunday, February 18th at
6 p.m. at Hie
FONTAINEB4EAU HOTEL
Miami Beach
Sponsors of MAIMONIDES UNIVER
president RABBI HENRY A. SCHORR
B'shevat, 5728.
SITY salute the founder and acting
on his 69th birthday, Chamisho Osor
Dr. S. T. Swirsky, Rabbi of Beth Jacob Congregation will inaugurate the first
session regarding the development of the MAIMONIDES UNIVERSITY, next
Tuesday Evening, February 13th, 8 P.M. at the Greater Miami Hebrew Academy,
2400 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach.
Dr. Swirsky will speak on "The Dead Sea Scrolls." Dr. Irving Lehrman,
President of the Greater Miami Rabbinical Association will present greetings.
Rabbi David Lehrfield, spiritual director of Knesseth Israel, Dean of
MAIMONIDES UNIVERSITY will speak. Rabbi Alexander Gross, director of the
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy will preside. Cantor Abraham Seif will rend-
er vocal selections.
The public is cordially invited. Refreshments will be served. Doors will close
promptly at 8:30 P.M.

POSITIVELY NO SOLICITATION OF FUNDS.
All inquiries to be addressed in writing to Rabbi Henry A. Schorr, c/o Barclay
Plaza Hotel, 1940 Park Avenue, Miami Beach or Box 991 (Nine hundred ninety
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Friday, February 9, 1968
Mitzval*
.4 I competition is conducted national-
for Al'l AWarUB |y by Scholastic Magazines. Inc.
p-KiKUinn Work selected by thejwlges will
Scholastic Art Awards Exhibition v (.xl1 ,.,, uiatdTKb. 10 24
10 be held in Miami Sponsored re- Burdlne's sixth-Boor audito-
almost 3000 entries.in tHc 1!>68 e[onally by Burdine's. the arts riuTO.t.. -.
Students Compete
Junior hih and high school stu-
dents in Florida have submitted
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HtNKY V01P
llvitry Volpe To
Be Called Up
Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs Ben
Volpe, 1230 Stillwater Dr., will be-
come Bar Mitzvah on Saturday.
Feb. 10, at the Cuban Hebrew Con
cregation, 1242 Washington Ave.
Rabbi Dow Rosencwaig will con-
coct the services.
Henry is an eighth grade student
at the Hebrew Academy.
A Kiddush following the services
and a dinner Saturdaj night at the
DeauviUc Hotel will bo held in
. onor of the celebrant.
Deborah Lubin
Deborah, daughter of*Mr. and
Mrs. .lack Lubin, 2125 SW 87thCt..
*ill become Bas Mitzvah Friday
night. Feb. 9.
Leonard Marcus, 9321 SW 45th
Ter., will become Bar Mitzvah
Stuart is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Glades Junior High. He
plays baseball in the Tropical Park
Khoury League, al-o basketball at
Tropical Park. He is the recipient
ol several trophies lor baseball
and basketball.
Mr. and Mrs. Marcus will host
the Kiddush alter the morning
services. A reception honoring the
celebrant will be held Saturday
evening al the Crossways Airport
Inn.
Among out-of-town guests will be
grandparents Mr. and Mrs Morris
Marcus of New York and Mr. and
Mrs. Abraham Sorgenstein of Los
Angeles.
Todd Berwick
Saturday morning services on
Feb. 10 at Temple Sinai, to be held
at Washington Federal. 609 NE
lfiTth St., will include the Bar
Mitzvah of Todd. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Alvin Berwick.
Todd is in the seventh grade at
Norland Junior High and in the
Temple Sinai Religious School. He
received an "All Around'" award
for athletics from Norland Junior
High, and a certificate from the
Pines Golf Course in West Holly-
wood, for making a "hole in one."
Among guests attending Todd's
Bar Mitzvah will be grandparents.
Mr. and Mrs. David Berwick and
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Shochtman.
of Miami.
Judd Aronowitz
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U.S.Y.. and of
Deborah lubin Cadet Girl Scout
Troop No. 70.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Lubin and
Mr. and Mrs. Milliard Clein, grand-
parents of the Bas Mitzvah. will be
among those honoring the cele-
brant.
Her parent- will host the Oneg
Shabbal following the services.
Judd. son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
at Temple Or Aronowitz. 4314 SW 97th Ave., will
Olom. become Bar Mitzvah on Feb. 10th.
Deborah is an at the 8:30 a.m. services at Temple
honor student Or 0!om.
in the seventh Judd is a seventh grade honor
grade at Rock student at Riviera Junior High. He
way Junior is a Patrol Leader in Troop 283.
High. She is a Boy Scouts. While a pupil at Olym-
member of the pia Heights Elementary School, he
Temple Or was awarded a medal for Good
Olom choir, of Citizenship and another for Excel-
lence in History.
Mr. and Mrs. Aronowitz will host
the Kiddush after morning serv-
ices, and a dinner honoring the
celebrant.
Stuart Marcus
Kahhi Schorr
Honored Hen*
Bv Area Rabbis

Rabbi Henry A. Schorr, affiliat-
On Saturday. Feb. 10. during ofl "'I'1 Adath Israel of the Bronx
the8 30a.m. services at Temple Or since 1?)30 a"(1 '<* Rabbi Emeritus.
Olom, Stuart, son of Mr, and Mrs. Chaplain Emeritus of the Bellevue
Hospital of NY., and past associ-
ate Chaplain of the Jewish War
Veterans, will be honored Tuesday
veiling at the Hebrew Academy.
Rabbi Alexander Gross will be
chairman of the event, and will in-
troduce Rabbi S. T. Sw irsky. of the
Beth Jacob Congregation: Rabbi
David Lehrfield of Kneseth Israel,
and Dr. Irving Lehrman. Temple
Emami-El. Cantorial music and re-
freshments will follow the speak-
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Easy to look at and exciting to
listen to. sabra Yaffa Yarkoni,
appearing at the Morton Towers
Viennese Lantern, is one of Is-
rael's most delectable exports A
talented performer. Miss Yar-
koni's throaty contralto voice is
the perfect instrument for her
-ones of many lands. Yaffa be-
gan her career as a young dancer
in the Opera in Tel Aviv, where
she perfected her acting, singing
and the mastery of many musi-
cal instruments, all of which she
uses to nood purpose in her per-
[ormancea today. Although she
served as a wireless operator in
the Israeli War of Independence.
-till found time to sing and
dance with an army entertain
group. She was hailed as
bonne University. Paris. France.
Sandi is spending her junior year
abroad and loves every minute of
it! While in Europe, classes were
held for three weeks at Cannes,
on the Riviera. She also visited
in Spain ami spent the N'ew Year
holiday in Austria skiing in the
snow. As soon as i-xams are over
she will he off to Amsterdam
When her parents arrive, they'll
travel through Europe together
" Ureati r Miami Longest mar-
1 ,:l celebrai Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Cchn, marking their 65th
" The other honored
golden a .eis are: Mr. and Mrs.
Abe Berr.n |53 years); Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Cantor 152 years). Mr.
and Mrs. Max Drosd (56 years);
Mr. and Mrs. Waurico Niditch (50
years); Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Blu
gtrman (55 yean); Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Reinner ,50 years); Mr.
and Mrs. Nathan Margoshes (52
years): Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ka-
waller (52 years).
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Young Judaeans Discuss
Jews Around the World
Some 50 young people from the
Greater Miami area attended a
for a couple of weeks^during the wl-okrn Isabel Grove
the leading interpreter of her
people's music, and today is prob-
ably the world's most recorded
female singing star. Although
she has been acclaimed through-
out the world for performances
in concert and on television, it
is in the United States that she
has found the peak of enthusiasm
for her work. As her perform-
ances have become more inter
national in scope, her repertoire
has assumed multilingual propor
lions and today her One Woman
Show includes longs and sketches
in English, Hebrew. French and
Spanish.
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Then- lots of excitement at
the home of Miriam and Ed Leven
as thej make plans to visit then
daughter. Sandi, a student at Sor-
spring vacation. Sandi is a lan-
guage major and previously at-
tended I'niversidad de Americas.
Mexico City, and University of
Florida, where she is a member
of AKFhi sorority. Sandi plans to
return to University of Florida
lor her senior year She is the
granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Schindlcr, pioneer Mi
amians
It v as a bus? wi i k in Nev
'i for RubWi Tl-or H. Sfern.
spiritu il le ider ol the Jaco i i
Cohei Com a ue. Hi
was imoi the 1
confab of the Ui f Ortl
K |! I) I 'nite States and
as his topic
The \\ irld Ortho lox Union He
aKo delivered a lecture at the
Jac ib Cohen Talmudic Library.
Monday night, he ga\'( .1 talk at
the Mesivta Chaim Berlin, Tues-
day afternoon he chaired the
International Tor ah Contest Con-
ference which he serves as presi-
dent, and Wednesday he gave an
address on kosher food and chem-
istry at the Metropolitan Maimo-
nides Stud) Croup Rabbi Stern
also managed to squeeze in a
visit to the Rabbinical Council of
America Conference in Lake-
wood. N.J.. and delivered his
manuscript on "I.maan Amitach"
to the publishers.
*
Nine couples belonging to the
Golden Age Friendship Club of
the YMHA will be honored by
friends and families Sunday af-
ternoon to celebrate a total of
485 yean of wedded bliss The
COUpleS, all Of whom have been
married for 50 years or more.
are being feted at the Y\l YU'UA
sa Bauer recently sponsored by the
intermediates division of Young
Judaea.
In addition to the study groups
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irafts sessions
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Friday, February 0 1168
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Public Personalities Highlight Meetings
Of Miami Chapter Of Hadassah Groups
Presentation* by fivi- peraonall
lira In the public spoiliylif will
highlight general tnrtmi; of the
Miami Chapter of rladaeeafa thli
month. Television figures Larry
King and Bally Mllledfe, Miami
City COfflinlaBlOIMf M Athalic
Range, Assistant State Attorney
Morion Parry and folk linear Ha
Irnr Rhrolrc are among the varied
aprekiTx and program* planned by
the RFDIirW

Avlva Group will hear Assistant
SI ale Attorney Morton I'cjiv dis
cuaa "Crime In Out Own Hack
Yard." at IIk luncheon meeting
Monday at the Flame Raatauranl
The group plane a Marcb .'. tea
honoring llfo member* anil pros
pcciivit Ufa membari al the bone
of Mri Morton Silbciman Chair-
man of the avenl fat Mra William
Parker.
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"Slum Clearance ami Negro <
ota" will be the subject of Mrs M
Athalic Range'a taft to tin- Mno-
rah Croup. The Miami < My Com ,
mls.sioncr. who recently received
the Leonard Aheaa Humanitarian
Award from the Anii Defamation
I the group al 12 .'to p in at llillel
House. .VMM) Miller Dr., Monday.
...
Larry King, broadcast personal
ity. will address the Eleanor Rooao-
volf Group Monday at the audito-
rium of Mar-Len Gardens. 1WWH)
P'E 14th Ave The group plans a
dessert card party in the same au-
ditorium for Tuesday, Feb. 20
Proceeds from the party, chaired ;
by Mrs. Larle Evan*, are ear-
marked for the rehabilitation of
Hadassah's Mt. Scopus project.

Mrs Sally MUledge, director of ,
Community Affairs for WCKT-TV,
will speak to the Shalom Group at
its 12:30 p.m. meeting Monday at
Brickell Town House. 2451 Bricke'l
Ave Mrs Milledgc. who is cochair-
man of the Woman's Division of
the Florida Division of the Na
tional Conference of Christians and
Jews, and chairman of the Com-
munications Committee of Council
for Continuing Education of Worm
en. will discuss "Women's Chal-
lenge in the World Today." A dra-
matic interpretation of Jewish |
Folklore will be presented l>v
Charlotte Fein of the Torah Group.
Helene Rlvolre, continental song
litres*, will i- the featured guest
a\ .. lundicon sponmored Hv the
^r.V, Oroup In Mn- I';,i, A ,,.. in i,
Group Monday al Washington Fed
ml, Ml 107th St
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A painting will be presented to
,i member of the Kdimh Group
al I pm Moinl.iv >l Sky Lake Aii
dltoriunL Also on the agenda will
be the ima Circe Award
...
The theme ol the meeting of the
Mf. Scoput Group is "A Sail Around
The World." with Mra Saul Cohen,
world affalll chairman, as "cap
t.mi of the ship" Taking pari In
I 'he Monday program at Masonic
Temple, 41 Valencia, are Mrs Joel
iteiov. Mrs Abraham Levltan and
Mrs Monica Bngler.
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Aii accessory faahlofl show ni
ordlnated i>v Mrs Richard K; ix of
Hartley'! Department store will
I highlight the H 15 pm Monday
meeting of the Naomi Group in
the Cardinal Room of the YM
VWIIA. BSOO SW Hlh St
Members Of the Rmah Group
will hear a book review by Mrs.
Max Pecker al the general meet
ing Monday at I p in at the New
Horizons Auditorium, l.r>'M> NK
IIMst St Mrs Pecker, a member
of the Kadimab Group, will diecuai
"The Choacn" by Chalm I'otok. ;
Mrs. Maxwell Weiaberg, advisor of]
the group, will present certificates
to members who completed a re
cent leadership training course and
Mrs Joseph Butler wi.'l accompany
groap singing led by Mrs Adolph
FORMER Miami fudge, Milton
Friodrruni will aridmnn the
Amoii' (in BiiHin^ARWomftii'R
Auror-irilion nt lh Sotro'itc
H<>'itaiiiiint TuoHdriv cit 8*30
p.m. HiB topic will ho "My
flxr.-!i'-ii'-os on th" Bon'rh."
Wollm.m A noon coffee hour will
precede the meeting.
A cultural evening is planned
for the Tlkvah Group al its H p m
Thursday meeting at Cravitt-Kahn
Insurance, 3550 S. Dixie llwy. Mrs.
Charles Cotzin. education vice
preaident, will talk about the his
fory. discovery and arcbeologic.il
excavation of Maaada. Her report
is based on the book "Masada" by
Yigael Yadin
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THE ISRAELIS
Greater Miami YM YWHA's Concert
Theme Will Be 1 Hear America Singing'
"I Hear America Singing'' will
be theme of the Brotherhood Con-
cert to be presented .it the YM
YW1IA of Greater Miami Saturday
evening. Feb. 17 The theme is
based on the writings of Walt Whit
man. American author and poet
The program will feature local
groups Including an Israeli so ijj
and fiance group from the Univer
ity of Miami under the direi
of Josh Segal, the "Sing Out Mi
ami" aggregation, under the di
reetion of John DiGiacomo, the
V.MHA Choral Croup under the
direction of Bill Palmatier, the
Spanish Dancing Folklore Group,
under the direction of Magali
Acosta, th'- Miami Jackson High
School Mixed Chorus under the di-
rection ol Roscoe Sliced and the
.i.hi D^niei. of the Miami
Yw \ under the direction ol Mrs.
Jan Stavrow.
s> Abramson, ol the YMIIA, will
be narratoi ol the program.
Also featured on the proi
will be readings from th<- Psalms
bj Rev Luther Fierce, pastor ol
the Union Congregational Church;
Rev S A. Cousins, pastor of Great-
:i Bethel A.M.E. Church; and Rab-
bi Solomon Schiff, spiritual leader
of Beth El Congregation ol Miami.
Paul Faske is IfMHA president
. r.d Mrs ita- Berrin i- chairman
>i the cultural ait- committee
Psychologist To Address Temple
HENRY J. GOODMAN ,1 Cleve
land has been appointed chairman
of the National Committee on
Leadership Development of the
Council of .Jewish Federations and
Welfare Funds.
Dr Ted Laindsman, professor of
clinical psychologj al the Univer-
sity of Florida, will b" -he guest
speaki i at Te nple Menoi ih lee
tui e aerie ; ael Then and
Now," a; 8:30 p.m. Monday Dr.
Landsman's subject will be 'Amer-
ican Jewi j R ction to the S;x-
Day War A P ist's View."
"The event I to the Six
Daj War," Dr Land man stated
"are of significance far beyond
the military sphere because it has
aroused an unprecedented reac
lion m the personality of Amer-
ican Jews Sociological and psycho-
i stiylies have been under-
way to determine the nature of
(action and whether it has
any lasting value."
Dr Landsman, in addition to his
teaching dutiea at the University
tf Florida, serves as a consultant
i, the Secretary of Health. Educa-
on and Welfare in Washington,
D.C.
The lecture will conclude with a
ind answer period.
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Hotel. 801 S. Bayshore Dr., Mon-
day. Proceeds front the luncheon,
chaired by Mrs. Max Swartz. will
flo to the rehabilitation of the re
ccntly regained hospital on Mt.
Scopus.
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"Sing Us One of the Songs of |
Zion," an original skit by Mrs.
Martin Zigler. program chairman. '
will be presented to the Chai
Group at its Monday meeting at
8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. George
Klein. 840 NE 175th St. Participat- ]
ing in the production are Mrs.
Martin Amster. Mrs. Bernard
Fleissig. Mrs. Marshall Jacobs.
Mrs. Rudy Neminyi, Mrs. Joseph
Scopp. Mrs. Maurice Simmons and '
Mrs. Martin Zigler.
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A book review by A. J.Gittleson,
education director of Beth Torah.
will highlight the 12:30 p.m. lunch
con meeting of the Albert Einstein
pAIRACLtf,163'St.
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WHAT A MENU!
Dr. and Mrs. Richard E. Dculch and Mr. and
Mrs. James H. Meyer entertained at a buffet
brunch at the Westview Country' Club. The girls-
studied all of the cook books that they owned.
They wanted to find something just a little dif-
ferent to serve. They found all sorts of mar-
velous things to eat. just a little different.
They had crisp smelts, cornedbeef pancakes
with poached eggs, sweetbreads with an unusual
luscious sauce, lots of hot buttered grits, and
hot gingerbread. This was all besides the usu.ll
brunch fare. Wonder if the girls had had to cook
it themselves, if they would have been so in-
ventive!
After the Bloody Mary's and so forth the
guests sat down at tables for ten. The hostesses
had made their own centerpieces, big tall yellow
and orange paper flowers, which they had "plant-
ed" in clay pots packed with candy There were
only a few athletes who went out to play golf
or tennis. The indoor athletes played cards. The
guitarist stopped playing music when cards start-
ed to be played. Too much competition.
Among the guests were a lot of Orovitz's, Mr.
and Mr*. Max OrovitZ, Mr. and Mrs Michael
Orovit/.. and Mr. and Mrs Jimmy Orovitz. Others
included Mr. and MrS Buddy Kott, Mr. and Mrs.
Dan Raskin, .Mr. and Mr.-. James Cohen, Or. and
Mrs, Sherman Kaplan, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Bloom.
Mr. ar)d Mrs. A. Herbert Matties, Mr. and Mrs,
Sidney .1. Rudolph Mr. and Mrs. Neil Schiff. Mr.
and Mrs Whitnej Bloom, Mr. and Mrs Alan Mar-
cus, M;r. and Mrs Leonard Treister, Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Porter, Dr. and Mrs. Carl Hauniann
and Dr. and Mrs .Norman Jaffe. Also Mr. and
Mrs Arnold Gertner.
CONGRATULATIONS RONNY AND PHIL
Ronny Escol and Dr. Philip Weinstein were
married in Dr. Joseph Narot s study. After-
wards there was a wedding dinner just for family
at the Dupont Plaza Hotel. The table was massed
with orchids and carnations. For the six assorted
grandchildren who felt that they were part of
a movie scene there were little orchids. Ronny
and Phil's children were all at the wedding. Larry
and Shirley Adler flew in from N.Y., Mel Klein-
stub came in from Hollywood (Florida) Then
there were Seymour and Marvelle Kaplan and
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nagel. The next few months
will be busy ones for the Weinstein* as they
are being wined and dined by all of their many
Miami and Miami Beach friends.
AT THE COCOUNT GROVE THEATRE
1 didn't exactly hear any raves about the show.
"The Star Spangied Girl." at the Coconut Grove
Theatre. But a lot of people went to hear and
see for themselves Spotted in the audience were,
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Easton, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice
Finkelor, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Corash, Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Perkell. Mr. and Mrs. Al Cronowitz,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schiff. Dr. and Mrs. Jess
Spirer came to the theatre breathless. Their
daughter Barbara is home from American Uni-
versity with two of her firends. Its between
semesters. Barbara and her friends, Ronnie Kap-
len and Barbara Goldman just want to soak up
all the Miami sunshine. But since the sun doesn't
shine at night they were content to go out to
dinner with the Spires before they were to meet
their friends at the theatre.
HERE AND THERE
HERE was at the Miami Beach Auditorium
Sunday night It was jammed. Not a single empty
seat, it was the Greater Miami Philharmonic
Orchestra and Robert Merrill sang. For his
second encore, Alain Lombard began to conduct
the orchestra while Mr. Merrill was still in the
wings As the enthusiastic audience began shout-
i aro, i'i- at i Robert Merrill came out
He aria they wanted front The Bat
ol Seville. In Hie audience were seen Mr ami Mrs.
Tobias Simon, Mr and Mrs David Balogh, Mr.
and Mr.-. Harry Orleans, Mr, and Mrs Phil Spi-
talny. Mr and Mrs Shephard Broad, Mrs Joseph
DuntOV, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Friedlander. Sadie
and Joe Rosenblum, Dr. and Mrs Meyer Eggnatz,
Mr. and Mrs David I'anve.
THERE was the next night at the Hade
County Auditorium. It was just as crowded, no
empty seats and the audience was just as carried
away with the music and the singing. Seen in the
crowd were Mr. and Mr*. Martin Feinman, Mr
and Mrs. Alvin Casell. Mrs. David Drucker. Dr.
and Mrs. David Kirsh, Dr. and Mrs. Reuben
Rochkind. Rabbi and Mrs. Joseph Narot. and Dr.
and Mrs. Herman Meyer.
Frances Lehman
Beauty Of American Women Hailed At
National Beauty Salon Week, Feb. 11-17
The 70.000 members of the Na-
tional Hairdressers and Cosmetol-
ogists Association will hail the
beauty ol women in the United
States during the 18th annual ob-
servance of National Beauty Salon
Week Feb. 11 to 17. according to
Gaines Pressley. president of the
professional organization.
Slogan for this year's observance
of National Beauty Salon Week is
"Get a lilt this Spring with a new
hair style." In keeping with this
theme, cosmetologists from coast
to coast are conducting special
programs, fashion shows and pre
sentations featuring new Spring
hair styles.
'"We have been dedicating Na-
tional Beauty Salon Week to more
beautiful women for the past IK
years," noted Mr. Pressley. "for
we believe that the beauty ol Amer-
ican women is one of the most
precious and inspirational .
of our country."
The National Beauts Salon Week
will also stress the progress that
has been made by the beauty pro-
fession which brings "the finest
beauty care available to those vis-
iting the beauty salons of this
country "
This progress is a result of great
advances in scientific preparations
and extensive and continuous study
and education on the part of cos-
metologists. Last year, advanced
cosmetology courses were conduct-
ed at universities in twenty dif-
ferent states.
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Specializing in Home Catering
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The Only Kosher Caterers
not connected with
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1216 Normandy Dr., M.B.
NOW OPEN
tittle Italy. Iii<*.
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PIZZA
Eat In or Take Out
11 A.M. to 1 A.M.
16401 N.E. 15th Ave.
North Miami Beach
9494979
Dr. Max Lipschitz
Is Guest Iah'Xiirer
The Adult Education Depart
merit of Beth Torah Congregation
announces that its next lecture in
the series, 'The Jew and the Hap-
pening,'* will take place Wednes-
day evening at 8:30.
Dr. Max A. Lip>chitz. spiritual
leader of Beth Torah, will give a
talk on "The Happening at the
Dead Sea and the Birth of Other
Religions."
Dr. Ijpschitz. who is now cele-
brating his 21st year in the pulpit,
was ordained at Yeshiva Univer-
sity and received his Ph.D. from
the University of Wisconsin. He
has just publi*hcd his first book.
The Faith of a Hassid."
Tickets for the lecture may be
obtained at the door or by calling
the temple office.
CLUB PARTY TIME
is NOW at the
Wonderful World of
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LUNCHEONS
MEETINGS
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Private Areas 6> Gardens
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Menu at All Times
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MiAMI 945-64S7 BRCMARD *J-;4. I
Men Take Helm
for 'Turnabout"
The husbands of Temple it
(Horn Sisterhood officers will
"Turnabout" the usual procedure
and preside al the Thursday eve-
ning meeting in the temple audi-
torium mi Fell. 15
Program lor the affair will be a
;i!k mid demonstration on Kosher
wines.
Mrs Harry Sarnofi i>, program
chairman, Mrs. Walter Seidler is
cultural vice president and Mrs
Joseph Koihman is Sisterhood
president.
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Greater Miami Supervising Rabbi: Rabbi Abraham J, Safra
OPfN H0USI WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS KtUFUONl
STAR Dairy, Veg. & Fish Restaurant
EST. '"43 Unaer Same Management
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DELICATESSCN AND CATERERS
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Open All week (Closed Satir d I) Phone: 665.66=
IROYAL HUN GAHSAN QE RESTAURANT
AND CATERING
NOW OPE* lor the SEASON
731 Washington Avenue Phone 538-5401
KATZ's PARADISE Restaurant
1451 Collins Avenue Phone 532-1671
KREPLACH KISHKE MATZO BALLS KNISHES
MEAT FISH STEAKS CHOPS y; CHICKEN
CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Excellent Cuisine Superb Service Modern Decor
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WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS BANQUETS UNIIMITEO
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AND CATERERS
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BARNEY
Open Daily 4 to 9 p.m.
Phone: UN 6-4043

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OP- 7 JO AM. 930 PM Owned end Operated by Jack M Pooler, I f
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AS THE BEST IN FOOD & SERVICE
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239 SUNNY ISLES BLVD.
MIAMI BEACH
I63RO ST. JUST WEST Of COLLINS AVE,
Rhode Islanders Plan Party
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11 H uni II h I i its annual paid-
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a 7 p.m., in the Washington Fed-
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HARRY ZUCKERMAN
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NOW OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
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Opening Feb. 2
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SERVING THE FINEST ITALIAN-AMERI-
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For Something New and Different in Our Miami Area
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Fridav, February 9, 1963
in
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estvveiv Nuptials
For Nina Snere9
Charles Rosenberg
Westview Country Club was Ihe
setting for the wedding and recep-
tion when Nina EP.on Sh<"-e be-
came the bride of Ch;>rls T. Ros-
enberg Saturday evening, Feb. 3.
Dr. Leon Kronish was the officiat-
ing rabbi.
The bride is the dn>?hterof Mr.
and Mrs. Ralph Harold Shere. 5004
N. Bay Rd., and her bridegroom
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Rosenberg. 5777 Pinetree Dr.
On their return from a Carib-
bean cruise on the S.S. France, the
newlyweds will live in Villa Bay
Vista. Bay Dr.
For her wedding, new Mrs. Ro-
senberg selected a bridal gown of
Alencon lace styled with a cathe-
dral train and carried white or-
chids. Mrs. Steven H. Shere served
as matron of honor, and brides-
maids included Gabrielle Cipolla.
Mrs. Joel Rattner, Michelle Fried-
man and Mrs. Robert Conso'.o.
Best man to the bridegroom was
Norman Brooks. Among ushers
were Steven Shere, Michael Rosen-
Anybody
can
photograph
your
wedding
Ten
years
from
now
you '11
glad
it was
E. Allen
Becker
COLOUR ALBUM
$115 COMPLETE
ARTHUR GODFREY R
532-2351
Werner Kadi
MRS. CHAKIES ROSINRIRG
berg. Joel Rattner. Jerry Rosen-
berg. Robert Mandel and Arthur
Weinstock.
The former Miss Shere attended
New York University and the Uni-
versity of Miami where she was on
the Dean's List. Mr. Rosenberg has
a degree in business administra-
tion from the University of Miami,
and attended Ohio State Univer-
sity where he was a ..u-mber of
Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity. He is
now a management executive.
Luncheon Funds
For Child Reseue
Members of Pioneer Women
Club 1 will meet for lunch on
Thursday. Feb. 15. at 12:30 p.m.,
in the Washington Federal. 1234
Washington Ave.
Mrs. Robert Garber is club pres-
ident, and sponsors of the affair
are Mesdames Nathan Budo'fsky.
| William Mann, and Jennie Seitlin.
Mrs. Esther Weinstein will enter-
!tain.
Funds raised are earmarked for
i the Child Rescue Fund of Israel.
LEO HOHAUSER
PLUMBING
CONTRACTING REPAIRING
Serving Dade County Over 25 Year*
1811 S.W. 14th ST. HI 6-9904
DREAMBOAT
TO FORT IAUDERDAIE
SUNDAY & WEDNESDAY
FARE S3.00
MOONLITE DANCE CRUISE
FRIDAY 4 SATURDAY
NITE FARE $1.00
FOR CHARTER DAY OR NITE
Phone 374-2491
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Eileen Bass Xoiv
Mrs. Kreindfer
A formal white satin empire '
'in" gown was the choice of Eileen
Paula Has- when she exchanged
\ ui!h Mitche'.l Kreindler on
Sunday, Feb. 4 Rabbi Sol I.andau
conducted the early afternoon cer-
emony held at Beth David Congre-
lat'On wh re a reception followed
the nuptials.
Attending the couple were Betty
Tucker, mation of honor: Louis
Radin. best man: Kenny Rich and
Lenny Bass, ushers
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Bass. 19371 NE 1st PL,
the bride attended Miami Norland.
Palm Beach Junior College and
Broward Junior Co'lege.
Her groom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Miccio, 18140 NE
10th Ct. A graduate of Whitefield
Senior High, Mr. Kreindler attend-
ed Miami-Dade and Fresno Junior
Colleges.
On their return from a trip to
Nassau, the newlyweds will live
in North Miami Beach.
Werner Kahi
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MRS. ARTHUR SHACTER
LOCAL COMMUNITY leaders Mrs.
Carl Weinkle and Irving Peskoe.
and executive director of the YM-
YW11A of Greater Miami Ephraim
H. Gale, have been cited in a reso-
lution adopted by the board of di-
rectors of the National Jewish Wel-
fare Board at its January meeting
expressing "deeo gratitude and
heartfelt thanks" for recruitment
efforts which brought JWB Associ-
ates membership and income to
an all-time high in 1967.
Mftrilyn Rothman*
A rlh u r Shaeter
Repent Vows
An earW afternoon ceremonv on
Sunday. Feb. 4, united Marily-
dai'riter of Mr. and Mrs. A:iroi>.
Ko'.hman. 5161 SW eth St.. and Ar-
thur Shaeter. The Marco Polo Ho-
tel was the setting for the nuptiaN
with Habbi Max Shapiro officiat-
ing. A reception at the hotel fol-
lowed the wedding.
Marcia Rothman served as maid
of honor for her sister. The groom's
brother. Joseph Shaeter. served as
his best man. They are the sons of
Mr. and Mrs. David Shaeter of Al-
bany. N.Y., and grandsons of Mr
and Mrs Frank Shaeter of Coral
Gables.
For her wedding, the bride se-
lected a white worsted and silk
cocktail suit with pearl and bead
Tim and carried white orchids on
a bible. She is a graduate of Miami
Senior High, and attended the l'n:
versity of Florida where she wa-
on the Dean's List. She graduated
cum laude from the University ol
Miami and taught junior high En.
lish in Dade County.
A chemical engineer, the bride
groom is a graduate of Alban>
Senior High and C'.arkson College.
On their return from a trip to
Nassau, he and his bride will live
in Maryland.
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A PAGEANTRY Of FINE ARTS
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Feb. 9 to 24
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February 9. '968
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\\ r vl MISS SHAWN NASH Kahn
Sharyn Nash.
Robert Segal
Are Affianced
Mr. and Mrs Al Nash of Miami
Beach announce the engagement
:. uHhl r. SI iryn, to Rob-
M St il -"'i of Mr. and Mrs
i S< tal ol Orlando.
The future bride is the grand-
daughter of Mr and Mrs. Irvlna;
La Pa ol Pasaic, N.J., and Mrs.
Morris N'a.-h and the late Mr. Nash
ol Miami Beach.
N""\> student teaching in Or-
lando, the bride-to be la a senior
at th' L'niversity of Florida and
will receive a d. r in June. Her
' a Ei silon Phi.
'!':.. pros] i 'tive bride fro m is a
ol the I'niversity of Flor-
1 ..i and W :l enroll in its Law
School in the spring. He is a mem-
1" r of Tau Eprilon Phi Fraternity.
Tiie couple plan a June 10 wed-
ding.
Carol Cantor And
Stanley Epstein
ire Betrothed
Mr. an I Mrs Saul Cantor of 907
lercnimo Dr., arnouncj^Jhe en-
tagement o' their .-] mi hT r. Carol
'hyllis, to Stanley W Epstein, son
>l Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Epstein,
'21 Placetas Ave.
The bride-elect graduated from
"oral Gables Senior Hiyh and at-
ended the L'niversity of Tennes-
see.
Her fiance al-o graduated from
'oral C.ab.es Senior High and re-
ently graduated from the I'niver-
Itv of Miami with a B.B.A. de-
gree.
MISS CAROL CANTOR
Ira Weinstein
I / Leslie Nieman
VI in Spring Rites
Mrs l rving Weinsl < n,
6th Ter. announce the
ir la1 hter,
- i Lesl e Mark Nie-
Mr an I Mrs Phi ip
Mass
stein is the grand
Mrs Beatrice "-" 'hs,
thi late irv n i Sa<
i bride graduate I from
iii h School. Miami-
u College and the Fash
ite of Technology, New
She "as an Ambassador's
..nte in 1964.
bridejtroom-tc-be attended
irg Academy. Fryeburg,
> and Boston l'niversity.
engagement reception in
of the betrothed couple will
I Id April 21 at the Somerset
II in Swampscott. Mass.
i couple plan to be married
10 in Miami.
AilSS RAHuY GOODMAN
jane Rites Far
Handy Goodman
Mr an I Mrs Ira Ooo Ima i 835
\ I ~!.. St., announce the i n
,,. || ler. Randy, to
in Ira Blind) r son of Mr.
n Mrs Ja< k Blinder Kin. si in
\ Y
'!' ie hri li ni entlj attends
Stein College, Yeshiva l'niversity
in \.'. V irk i il
Th future br di it iom, a gradu-
al or' Yeshiva O '' ge, is doing
gradu ite w u '; al Brooklyn College
Oi I'll.111.
A June W( Id ng is planned.
27th Annual Show
J)f Antiques Here
Mrs. Ethel Ma i Hot .\ ol Cle\ i
ml. v il] br'ni her ori?'nal ar
show and sale to v ami '<>
i four day stand in its 27lh aim
ip] eai ance li r < To be h Id "V
1. 9. 10 and 11 it thi Ba
Park Auditorium, Ih sh i v .11 b(
pen from l to 11 p.m. daily
B i "
MiSS SANDRA WtlNSWN
Talk on 'Flight into Solitude'
Flight into Solitude"' will be
the subject of the lecture by Dr.
Abraham Wolfson before the Spi-
noza Forum for Adult Education
Thursday morning at 10 in the
Washington Federal. 1234 Wash-
ington Ave.
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Menorah Ladies
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] ,| < m iy r *bramowit2, spir
itual leader of Temp'e Menorah.
will review the book "Our Crowd''
by SI nhen Birmingham Wednes-
lay The third in the "Book of the
,,rie"-h r'"*>" snnn?rred r-y the
temple's Sisterhood, the event be
,m with a no:n brunch. Monej
raised by the project is channeled
o the Religious School.
The committee of hostesses are:
Mrs Clara Goldberg, chairman:
Mesdames Dora L fkoff. Harry
enter. Lee Gottlieb, Cele Miro-
. vitz. I.iber Ringer, Rose Truckei
1 ana Ida Sapirsteiti.
Mrs. Elsie B.lsky is president of
Sisterhood.
Post Event Feb. 10
Murray Solomon Post ana Auxil-
iary Of Coral Cables. Jewish War
Veterans, will spon-or an a'far
Saturday night at Miami Beach
Federal, "55 Washington Ave.
Post commander M. Jay Ber-
liner and Auxiliary president Mrs.
Jean Kaufman announce that pro-
ceeds will be used to aid veterans
programs in the community.
i h e nai
v n 's the -h iw
to Mia mi p: v
seas i n. She
promis -
i .."- .- .;
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land and china
: r o :n France.
early Ami rican
furnitun a n I
furnishings an
Mrs. Boly ,..u. .,,.A( .,
from manv lands. Or'entai pieces
pi wter, maps, dolls, paperweifchts
and iusl about every item a col
leel r n; the old and the quaint
c mill li sire All articles on dis
plaj in the booths ol the more
'an '< oca and out-of-town an
lid .Ie,ler-. are for sale"
raiss money lor its
.' .. nit o Record ng for the
! ati I in the Otto Richter
. [ tie I niversity of Miami
the I Club "i Greater Miami
oi d I ol mial tea at the
, a d Sale on Satur
a ......J io 5:00 p ,n. The
pal rons of the show
MRS. ARTHUR J. BROWN, presi
,, i- onda Branch, Na
n's League of the
i : q| America, will
p irl on her recent trip to New
York at a meeting ol the branch
lo !). held id a.m. Thursday. Feb.
; Adath Yeshurun Temple.
i Noi".!i Miami Beach.
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vjenist tier Mian
Friday, February 9, 1968


ATTOHwEi Daniel Neal Hel-
ler (left) discusses the 1968
Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund ioint
campaiqn with Alfred Fox.
chairman of the Trea-ure
House complex breakfast held
recently on behalf of the
cam pa qn.
Swiss Cheese
Knife Is Offered
All smart homemakers will tell
you they look for the real thinfi
when they food shop for Ihe fam-
ily. No imitations when it comes
to satisfying hungry appetites.
That especially holds true when
buying swiss cheese. This is why
>o many homemakers buy Switzer-
land Swiss Cheese, the real swiss
cheese that's often imitated, but
never duplicated. Anyone can
make the holes, but only the Swiss
can make the tastethe rich flavor
and matchless texture that come
from herds on Alpine pastures and
the ancient Swiss art of cheese
making.
Now Switzerland Swiss is offer-
ing a beautiful cheese knife for
your home. For only $1.00 and one
empty bag from Switzerland Swiss
Cheese slices, you can have this
elegant knife (nationally adver-
tised at $2.95), a smartly designed
stainless steel blade with molded,
heat resistant handle, 9'2 inches
overall.
Mail your order to: Switzerland
Cheese Association, 444 Madison
Aye., New York. N.Y. 10022.
Botwick Named
To Head 1968 CP
Harry Botwick, well-known thea-
ter executive, has been named
general chairman ot tins year's
United Cerebral Palsy Campaign.
At the same time, it was learned
that I'l' will stage a telethon Sat
urdav and Sunday. March 2-3. to
be aired over WCIX-TV. Channel
6. a-'d WVCG and WYOR. This will
be the first time in the history of
South Florida that a telethon will
be carried simultaneously by tele-
vision, in color, and by radio.
In one of his first announce-
ments. Mr. Botwick appointed
Herbert Magnes. well-known busi-
nessman and sportsman, as UCP
chairman for Miami Beach A dy-
namic and successful businessman
with unique experience in human
relations, Magnes is married to
the former Jean Susser. They have
two married daughters who live in
New York.
Actor Gendl to Entertain
Hershl Gendl 01 the Yiddish
stage, will be guest entertainer at
the Oneg Shabbat sponsored by
the David Pinski Club Friday eve-
ning at 832 Washington Ave. Louis
I.asavin will talk on Yiddish poet
Yitzik Manger and Ben Yomen will
present a program of Yiddish and
Hebrew songs.
Crash Program
For Beauty Care
ti
The Beautiful People Self Im-
provement Course, a three day
crash program of personality tips,
beauty tips and training, is being
held at Burdine's in Miami Feb. 7.
8 and 9 starting at 9:30 a.m.
A one-night Beautiful People Ca-
\ reer Course, aimed at the girl
; w ith-a-job. will be given at 7:30
p.m. Feb. 12 at the Miami store:
Feb. 13 at Westland; Feb. 14 at
Dadeland: Feb. 15 at West Palm
Beach, and Feb. 16 at Fort Laud-
1 erdale.
CANTO* $401 H. BffHH
Cantor Saul Breeh
In Annual Concert
Temple Beth Raphael will pre-
sent its third annual concert on
Sunday. Fob. 18. at the temple,
starting at 8 p.m.
The evening of music and song
will feature Cantor Saul 11. Breeh.
lyric tenor, the temple choir under
the direction of Abiain Krashinsky.
soprano Nina Diamond, violinist
Emilia Estivill, and Esther Barret,
pianist.
In charge of the affair are Mrs.
Pearl Smicgel, chairman, and Mor-
ris Danzig, cochairman. Sam Co-
hen is temple president.
'A Stamp 1$ Born'
"A Stamp Is Born." a color film
narrated by Theodore Bikel. will
be featured at the regular monthly
meeting of the Miami Chapter. So-
ciety of Israel Philatelists Wednes-
day. 8:15 p.m. in the Flagler Fed-
eral. 570 NE 81st St. Joseph Yanich
is chapter president.
Maxwell House To
Offer Israel Trip
In Sweepstakes
Maxw.ir'Wonse Coffee is offer-
ing a thrilling trip to Israel for two
as the winning prize in their Israel
Sweepstakes. Maxwell House has
arranged for the winners to fly on
1 Pan American to their choice of
London. Paris, or Rome, and then
on to Tel Aviv via connecting jet
'airline. In Tel Aviv they will en-
joy a week of luxurious accommo-
' dations and two gourmet meals at
! the world famous Tel Aviv Hilton
Hotel as the guests of Maxwell
House.
While flying with Pan Am, the
winners will be treated to Theater-
in-the-Aira wonderful movie plus
choice of eight entertainment
channels found only on Pan Amer
ican Airways. Hertz Corporation
will provide a Ford or other fine
car lor the winners' use for seven
days in Israel or in any of the
stopover cities. It is truly a unique
opportunity to visit the many las-
cinating sites of Israel and Eu-
rope.
To enter the drawing, print your
name and address clearly on a
plain piece ol paper. Enclose entry
with any of the following: The pic-
ture of the cup snipped from the
plastic lid on any can of Maxwell
House Coffee. >r just snip from
the plain blue plastic lid on Electra
Perk. Or the inner seal trom any
jar of Instant Maxwell House. Or
just the words MAXWELL HOUSE
printed in plain block letters on a
plain piece of paper 3"x5". Mail
to: MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE.
P.O. Box 4488. Grand Central Sta
tion. New York. N.Y. 10017.
All entries must be postmarked
not later than March 29. 1968 and
received not later than April 9.
1968.
Rabbi Shapiro is Club Guest
Rabbi Max Shapiro of Temple-
Beth Kodesh. one of the founders
ot the Miami Zionist District, will
be guest speaker at the next inert
inu of the Miami Beach Zior,-t
Luncheon Club Wednesday. 12:15
p.m. at the Ritz Plaza Hotel.
North Miami Playhouse
"Come Blow ioir Horn" is con-
tinuing next week at North Mia.ni
Playhouse. Thursday through Sun-
day, with the Sunday. Feb. 11th
performance sold out. Chapter III
of the Our Gang Comedy. "The
Kids." continues at the Pied Piper
Playhouse. Saturdays. 2 p.m.
Deaths In
Grcaler Miami
GOLDMAN
I I'l" 1' II nf 4549 Plnetrce 111 paw-
ned away Wednesday. .Ian. 24 A
resident i.t ;i years formerly of
Philadelphia, Pa. a member of
Hibiscus I-'ill.-. F H A.M. Temple
Kmanu-Kl. a graduate of I'nlver-
alty i.f Pennsylvania, a builder ami
land developer, developed Breese-
swepl Home* in Miami Survived
by wifi'. Kay fJoldman, daughter*,
Pal noldmult, Valerie tloldman,
1 ymla tloldman, Mnna Coldman; ami
mother, Shirley tloldman, all of
Miami Reach. Rcrvlces ivere held
at Hi.- "Riverside" IVSfl Alton Itoad
with Interment in Star ..1 llnvld
Cemetery.
BR0DY
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Mr- I...-. .1 Anbury Park. X.J .
died Jan. 29 nl Monmouth Medical
Center, N.J. A winter visitor la
Miami lleach for some So year*,
Mm Broily ami her late husband
Samuel, operated Steve Brody's
Restaurant in Anbury Park for over
25 yearn Sin- \*;)s n member of
Temole Reth-KI, of Ihe choir ami
Slsterh.....I. (the wan aim -.. member
.f il'.- Service (.ensue ..f Monmouth
Medical Center ami Ho- Anburj Park
Section ..f ill.- National Council of
Jew-lull Women Surviving an two
laud.i. is. Mr- Herbert II Popnk,
1 inkhurxt, N .1 ami Mrs Mini v
Koretxky, Miami Beach; a brother
Aar.....loldberg, Brooklyn, N.Y.
three sisters, Mrs Irving (loldhertr.
Miami lleach, Mr- Marilyn [lurke
lllulenh, Mi- Sol (ioldaletn I:..II.-.
\ I ami -i\ Rrandchlldn
m.-in ..1 Temple Reth-RI i \ m. iry
Neptune, N .1
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUN'Y
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77728-A
in l:i: Ei tale of
JACOB KAI K.MAN.
I .-. .-.i - NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* a ..I aii Persona Hnv-
inK Claim or Demand* Agtrlrit Said
i-:- ate
You are herebj notified ami requir-
ed I., present any claims and tle-
niaii'l- which you may have uraim il..- estate of JACOB KACFMAN de-
ceaw .1 late ..i I lade i louiil.. Piori.i,
i.. iio- County .1 minis f i..,,i,. Countr'
ami file tile sain.- in .Im.lK at.- an.I .,s
provided in Section lSS.lt, Flori.i.
Statutes, In their offices in the Countv
Courthouse in Dade County, Hnrui.,
within six calendar m..nihs fr .m the
lima ( the first publication hereoi
or ill.- same will be barr,-d.
Dated at Miami. Florida. Hi j ,i,,
..f February, ad l'o.s
Jl.olfla MARTIN
A Executrix
First publication ..r this n ,-,.....
111.- :> "lay of Fehrunrv. I!;v
SIMON. MAYS ,v lillfXIUVi:
Attorney f-.r Executrix
SOI Alnsley Ittdir Miami
I -U-.. :: I
FRISCO
l!... ii.i. .,_'. of lias Xormandi l "
died .lan u'i She >'.-.. a resilient i.f
Miami ii. ach for ihe past :... Mar-,
coming originally from Xew York
City, siu- is survived by five broth-
ers, Burnett Roth, Dan Roth Man
Roth, all ..f Miami Beach. Mack
Roth ol Daytona Beach, Nal Roth
..f Miami; three slaters, Mr- Mir
FeUlman, Mrs Anne llorirer, Mrs
"~^'^' Krturman, all of Ml; Ser-
vices were held .Ian. .a. ;,i Gordon
<'."'"T M"n"' with Interment in
Mt Neba Cemetery.
Doyle. William, 7J. ..r r::.i colHi
Ave. Riverside Chapel
Folk Singer at Or Olom
Shlomo Car'.cbach. internalional
folk sinper and Vanguard record-
ins artist, will appear at Temple
Or Olom on Sunday at 7:30 p.m.
Tickets lor the performance may
be purchased at the door.
TEL AVIV. Israel's largest city,
has a current population of nearly
305.000.
fiengold. David. n, ..i ':'! Penn-
sylvania Ave. Rlasberg Chapel
HALPERN. Morris, 71, of U!r.ll Wesl
As- Blasberg Chapel
MOREY, Mr- Sndle, 75, ..r 159(1] Col.
lin- Avi Riverside Chanel
NOSANSHUK. M..rns. i;i. ,.f 1294)
XK Vlrd Av Blnsbel-K Chapel.
SCHARLIN. rlimoit, 83, ..1 4441 Col-
lins Ave Blanhenc Chapel.
SHAPOSNIK. Mr- Snola, B9, of 1433
Collins Av.- Rlversldi Chanel
sider. isadore 1... 86. ..f ::.:.:, Col-
lins Ave. Riverside I'liap.-I.
WEINSTEIN. Benjamin, S7, ..f :'17:.
I lay Dr. iliv.-rsi.l.- Chapel.
WEISS. Nathan, 1:4. ..f 1524 l..-..nx
Av.- Riverside Chapel,
diamond. Abraham, HI, i.f 2S2S l.in-
i-oln Ave flordon Chapel
FUXGOLD. Charles, '..".. i.f 825 Alton
ltd Newman Chapel
LEHRER. Mrs. Pearl, n, ..f 151 NR
RSnd si. flordon CJiapel.
RUBIN. Xathnn, 7:1. of 4747 Collins
Ave Riverside Chanel,
SHACHAT. Mrs Ida, 79, of 1100 lir.x-
.'1 Ave Uiv.-r.-i.l. Chnpel
SHEIMAN, Isidore, 79, of 1...... u,Vsl
>! Xewman Chanel
GREEN, Joseph, 1. ..f l'Iiiii XR 203th
1 leyer lhapel,
MOSS. Mr- Lihby, >. nf IDAS Bay l>r
Be) .r 1 Mian. 1
SPERLING. Rose, >. ..1 J545 SW Ird
Ave. flordon Chapel tntermeiil Mi
Xeho
AARON, Irving', i>. ..I 2949 XR 2A3rt1
si Riverside Chapel
BLECHNER. Charles A. ..' .,f 177.1
Meridian Ave Riverside Chanel
COHEN. Barney, i;7. .if 5S25 r.illins
Avi Riverside Chapel
COHEN. Mr- Nettie, .;7. .if 150(1 Ha)
ltd Riverside Chapel. Intermeiil Mt
KAOYSHEWITZ. Mi.- Mar}', > \ nl
I4-:' Collins Ave RlversinV Chanel
LITTLE. Mr- Slennnr I S*, of 29"9
s\v will Av.- Riverside Chapel
MITLITZKY. Samu.-I Rdward, SS, ,.|
B7(W s\\ ltd Ave Riverside Chanel
SEIDEN. Morris P., B8, ..f sin Wesl
Ave Riverside Chnpel
SPANIER. Isidore, '.'1. i.f l"|ii Ruclltl
Av.- Riverside Chanel
GERSHUNY. Mr- Olla 7< ..f mt
XR ".'ml si Cordon Chanel Inter-
ment Ml N.-I.o.
HOFFMAN. Mrs ll.l.n. 77 .1 .-:..
Collins Am- Blverslde Chanel
JOHNSON. Mr- Mathilda, 74 ,,f 151
M-: -Jml St. Riverside Chapel.
SHERMAN. MM Mi,......, 77. ,,f :|4.,-
1 '..lliiis Ave. Newman Chapel
SIMMS, Thomas .1 HI, of fiftfil Indian
|'r,-, 1, |)r. Riverside Chapel.
BREZEN. Isaac It. 7- ..f :.:.:: ,-..|.
lins Ave. flordon Chapel
CHASAN. Arthur M .7. nf 7::n s\\
.-ml si Rlvecaide Chapel.
CL.AVIR, Mrs Sarsh. 78. of Tr.nii Har-
bor Island. Newman Chapel
COOPER. Harry /. ,,:.. of j4r.1l SW
25th SI (lord....."haiiel Inlermenl
Ml Xeho
KOVACS. Mrs Acne* 11 .1 \|-
"li Ti 1 Rlvei i|. Chapel Ii.i. r
im-ni Mt XejMi
LATNER. 1. ivld IV T- of 9555 Col-
lin- Avi II.....Id. l'|
SILVER Mr- !! 1. ( 17,.,,
X\V KMll Ter Rivet il. 1 'ha|>e|
ZENDIG. I i- \\ alt. of 151 I Mi. In
irnn 1 \ Ru .1-1.1. 'hup. 1
GOLDSTEIN. M" Veltn --. .1 ....
N\V '-tit St. (lordoit -hniM 1 It 1. ,
111. .it Ml Nelin
GUNN. Charh ....- 1 ,, .,
-nr. 11- flordon Chanel
HANDLER. Seymour, 35, .if : > XR
:.:ir.l SI (lortlon Chanel
KAPLAN. Alexander, ..f 15921 SW
K7th Ave Riverside Chapel
katz, Max 71. ..f mo Uncoln ltd
Blasherii Chapel
leibman. M- i urn ,.| > 1 Prairie
Ave Riverside Chattel
mandel. Mrs Plorenci 1 !oi I 1
i.f 2S5 Michael si Riverside Chapel
MURRAY. William Russell, 82 <
Winter Harden Riverside Chanel
POSANENT. Car 67, of 719 Meridian
>i 1:1.1-1. m 1 'hnnel
PRICE. Mrs Anna. ..7. ..f 14.........;,
l>r Riverside Chi.....I
ROSENWASSER. Sarah -' ,,f ;-,
'..Ilins Ave Cordon Chapel
SEIDEN. Morris F, r.f 910 Wesl \\.
Riverside Chanel.
stein, Abraham, -'.. ..f ic7 \\v
23rd SI Interment Mt Xeho
wallenstein. Mm Cussle ..f
:.4n W.-i Ave Riverside Chanel'
andronofsky. Mrs Pnnnli If ..f
93M Collhis AAve Rlasherc Chapel
BILD. 11. "iv. ..1. ,,' 2a7d XE "'.Hi
St Riverside Chntiel.
CHERIN. Mr- Sarah -7 ..f 41.;
(Wan Mr Riverside Chattel
CIRAISKY. \lr-- I..,,., 7-. f |-,,,:
Meridian \v.- Newman Chanel
GERB.TZ, Burn 1 72, of 55 12th
.-1 1.1 \.. -1.i.- 1 "haiiel
GREENBERG II ,,-. | 7.
' >> SI Rlvei Ide Chanel
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
- P'CTITIOUS NAME LAW
F/^.HV^r.t"r^
'.'-' of the Clrcull Court ..f n-,.i..
I'ounty. Florida
SAFIR RNTRRPRISBR. INC
' I' I'.ridi. eori.....at Ion
I'.Y 1::,.,- \ ,
President
A?.orn^'HK4PLAN*PORTBR
san. Rntentrisea, Inr
1150 HW. 1-1 gtreel
Miami. Florida
! 9-18-23 .1 1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC.IT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FO*
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION
No. 68-1764
SANDRA KRRNBNR
Plaintiff
VS
1 a i\a 1 li c KRR.NRNR,
Defendant
NOTICE OF SUIT
' 1 1 ln'V M.I 1 KERNBNK
Resilience t'iikn..\vn
VOC AHE IIRRRBY Not ,
iliat an a.-lion for dlvor.-.- li n.. .
HI..1 attains! you in the abovi -
court, and Tli:,l \..u art- r.-.iu --.1 1.
nerve .1 copy of your Answer <-r Plead
inu's if any. to it. .01 the Pis thf*-
attorney, rvct. KWITNFY. ( 1 1
coin Road, Miami Reach, Florida ami
nl.- Hi. original with th.- ci.ts .f Hi.
:.l...v.- styleil Court "ii .,r 1.. | .r. il .
1". day ..f March, I98S; nlherMln
Judnmenl may l.e entered utami
\-n f..r tin- relief demanded 1 11.
i '..llli.lai.il
Witne-s. my hand anil seal
Court "ti F.-bruarv I, I96S
i: 11 I.RATHBRMAN
i Merit, Cir.-ull C,,un
Dad.- Cuniv. Florida
By: U SNKKDKN
Deputy ci.,k
(Circuit Court Real)
l'ACI. KWITNFY
4:' Uncoln Road
Miami Reach. Florida
Attorney for Plaint ft
: !>-i*- -
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 77458 a
In UK: Relate of
WILLIAM ABT1I1 B Tl.'RBTVILI.F.
H. eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. All Creditors and All Pen
HavInK I'la.ms or Demands Ajtiim
Said Relate
Y->u are lii-r.-liy notified .. |
quired t. pres.-ni any claims and cl*
mail.I- which you may h.-iv.- ir..
Hi., estate of WIl.I.IAM ARTHCH
TrHHYVII.I.K. deceased late l>
County, Florida, lo the Count] Turn
..' 1 lade County, ami file tin- nami
duplicate a'ml as provided in Sect
Florida Statutes, in their
flees in tin- County CoUrthouei
Bade County, Florida, wlth*n
iilei .l.ir im.nibs from the I mi
ih. first publication hereof, r
-.1 in.- U ill li. 1.
Dated ai Miami, Florida
da) of Januar). AD 1968
CAROLYN FRY I.11TT
\- A.lnnni-1 ratrix
Firsl iaii.ii. .ti..n ..f tlii-
' da) Fi brttai ( I '
I it \ V and li illVSl IN
! i for Estate
'I: \ .1 luildlnc Mi.1 ml
5 ... 1,
NOTICE UNOEH
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
X( "TICK is HEREBY OIVRN
ih. nuderslfrni d, daaliinR i" ^nn --
in business under th.- fi.-tiilou-
ni IMPERIAL MEN'S WKAl: .: 1
\ 1: 1-1 Avenue Intends to re*i
-aid name with tin- Clerh ol <
cult c.uri i.f Dade County, 1
.11 'Si', si-mi FstNur.i:
S..|. i iw n.r
t :
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is hi:hi:b\ oivr.v ni
the und.-rsii;ned. desirftiK t" ene.isi
in business und.-r the flcllllou- '
id ACME yl-.M.ITV I'AIXT STORE
nl ISO X IV -tiltli Street, Miami
ri.la inl.-n.ls to resi.-ter -.. 1
u nh the Clerk of Hie Cln U
I Dad.- County, Florida
ROBKRT 11 wK'r.Mi'i::-
HAN SATIN
Attorney foi Robert II. Welmore
9;l i'ii> National Bank liuiliiin-
Mlami, I'loi nia
1 M '
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTv
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77665 A
In RE Estate ..(
DAVR Z IN KIN
I ... ,-. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persi 1 '
ins" claims or Demands Affnlnsi s |[
Kslale
You ar.- hereby notified and
ed in present any claims and demii
which you may have aftuinst
estate ol DAVE /.INKIN de -
late ..f Da.i.. County. Florid*. t>. '
County Judges ..f Hade Oounl),
file the same In duplicate and
vlded in Section 733.K, Plorlda '
lutes, in their offices in the CouiiO
Courthouse in Dad. Count) I
n-ithln -i\ calendar months from
lime ..f th.- fir-t publication hem
or the same will he ;..ri.-d
Dated ..t Miami, Floridn. tl
day ..f January, \ l. IMS
ISRAEL ZINKIN
MAI VTN FVOTANDER
As C..-K.K. .-ul.'is
Firs! pubiluatlon ..t this 1
ihe 2nd day of February,
SIII-'.VIN. fl< iD.MA.N &
HOI.T'/.MAN
Attorneys f..r Baeeutors
S4 Seybold K.I.I.In.,:
.: .'
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Ljcv February 9. 1968
+Je\*i*l fhrkHam
Paqe 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
ciCTlTIOUS NAME LAW
is hkrBDY Given thai
I ... I. d.-iring m engage
u ,d.r the fictitious flame
, V HT BASIN al IB*3
i Av.tm.'. Miami. Florida
I, ,.,.' pgister said i""" with
1 the circuit Court of Dwle
""iV^K"bntbrpWbbb, INC.
I .t-i.in roepnration
Klii.- A Saflc
President
Soli- i wnir
iYBItS. KAPLAN* PORTO
I ,-,. i ii .- -. me
|.'-,i> '- Street
Bail. Florida |/-M-M/1
if. THE COUNTY JUOGE'S COURT
'it, AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77*40. A
RE i: "f
l.-i:K \'. \BLKOD, a/k a
I BLRDD
'notice TO CREDITORS
. .t ~ and Ml Persons !lav-
r Demand* Against Said
\
MWH1I
BY HENRY LEONARD
1


I'

llldge*
-.
IS
'
. 1. by notified and requlr-
,11 v fl.iini." and demands
u may have. agAlnut the
R It AXELROD r k ':.
\ 1:1.1:1 !> decnod in 1- "i
Florida, to the County
1. County, and file th.-
ate and us provided in
i-" irida Stntuti a. hi
Count) Courthouw
Florida, uithln sia
ha fn.iu the lime of the
1 .1 hereof, or the sa me
1
ml Florida thi- ll'ih
U V. A I' "
irn axelrod
- Executrix
1 u|i atlon of this notice on
. f January. IW
ES8NE
for Exi i-utflx
Sixth Street
. Florida S3
1 '26 2/8-9-1*
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77570
In RE: Estate of
MATII.HA WINKLER
I leceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Perrons
Having claims or Demands Against
Sai.l Estate:
You are hereby notlfl.-.l and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of MATI1.ua WINKLER
deceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to th. County Judge: of Dade County,
and file th.. same In duplicate and as
providt-d In Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in th.-ir offices. In th*- County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of th.- first publication hereof,
or the same will he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 25
day ol January, A I). IMS.
HKII.AH FADER
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
th.. 2nd .lay of February. HsM
HAHNBTT ROBINSON, JR.
Attorney for Executrix
410 Ci ncord Building;,
Miami. Florida
! 2-9-111-23
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 68-1248
NOTICE OF DIVORCE
\\ A I TER I.. VICK,
Plaintiff,
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS! |
* Unisll' fkridUan ,
solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial 373-4605
lor messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
"At times, it almost seems futile to convince my
mother that I'm a man!"
LcGAL NOTICE
IS Tf-f. COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN \D FOR DADE COUNTY.
rL0RiDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77563-B
. ,.f
I -.'. I.V, I :s \ ACS,
i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
and All Persons Hav-
i i liemands Against Said
t-i
r. by notified and reijuir-
. ..Hi any claims anil demands
u may have aaralnal rh.'
. ti I IKVINa U ISAACS, doccas-
Dade County, Florida, t>.
i c ui -i .fudges of Dade County,
ill. -am. In duplicate nnd
l<-d In Section-733.11, Florida
in their offices In the County
!, -,! in Pade County, Florida,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (SIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under th.- fictitious n.inn
of BUN DECK APARTMENT HOTEL
at -'3:1 27th Street, Miami Reach In-
tends '" register said num.- with th-
Clerk of the Circuit Court of I >ade
i -, >ui 1 Florida
Sl'N DECK APARTMENT
HOTEL INC
By JOYCE FRIEDLAjNDER,
President
MICHAEL COIjODNY
Attorney for applicant
80 1 ncolnRoad ,s 2/g.,.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
th.- undersigned, desiring to engage ;
m business u id< r th,- fictitious name
of MISS MK I.ATIN TELEVISION;
MISS & MR LATIN" T.V at 290 S V.
>>i str.-.'t. Mliml Intends to register
said num.- with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court ,.f Dade County, Florida
T V OI'IDK IN SPANISH
MAGAZINE, INC
! H.|>.-2.l 3/1
'\ il-ndar months from the ft
. .i ih. firsi pul'ln-ailon hereof,
|. siiiii' will be, barred
. .it Miami. Florida,
larv All W
KH1.DA I' ISAACS
\. Executrix
. an..ii of this notli
lai nary
H VHM'M

Executrix
" v.llU'
II
on
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTH'E IS HEREUJi GIVEN that
Hi.- ui derslgned, desiring to angaga
In bui ness under il fu litiou> name
,.f WE SIT IIKTTKU OF SOUTH
DADE al 1721 s\V i"Mh Street,
[ude County Itiunda to reglst.
id -lame ^Vlth :>
Clr u-' i "if '' 1' '' ''
YOUTH SERVICES "I
UAHE CXJCNTY. IN'
M M..-M.M.I. H FISHKR
Attorne for Ai>:
72! s \v IMth Sre. I
Kendall, Pla, W1H
NoT'CF UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKIIY GIVEN that
11 ring 'o engage
in business under the fictitious name
of GUY CASKKY 11AMHI.KK COM-
I'ANV at ."*<:, S Federal Highway.
......i,-i..,.I. i ioii.I.i, intends to regist-
er said name with the 'ivrk "f the
Circuit Court of Oade County.
Kl.-i-'
CASKET and BDWARD8 COMPANY,
a I-" 'ion.
v,.].. ov^ n. rs.
Clerk of the J DAVID MERMAN
.,i\ Florida lorneys for Applicant
'. Lim oln Road
NANCY WOODRUFF VICK.
Defendant
TO nancy WOODRUFF VICK
Residence and Address Unknowi
Y..u ar.- required lo serve a rop> of I
your Answer to the Complaint for ]
Divorce !! Plaintiffs Attorney,!
WALTER H LEBOWITZ, ESQ., :
First street. Miami Beach, Flnr '!.
and file ih.. original hi the nffle. nf
the Clerk of the Circuit C.url
or before the 27Ul day of P.
1968, or th. Complaint will hi '
gK confessed
Dated this 24th day .
E H IJBATHBRMAN,
Clerk of Ci- mi c.w
By: C. P. CfU'EI^NI'
Detiut> ie'k
WALTER B LEBtiWlTZ, ES Attorney for Plaint ill
7"i First Street
', Miami Beach, Florida
Phone 538-0774
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 73205- B-Dowling
In RE: Estate of
THEODORE M Hi ILLAND.
I I. ..Sell
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having I'laiin- or Demands Against
Saul Estali
Von an hereby notified and requir-
ed lo present any claim- and demands
which you may hay agalnal the
estate of THEODORE M HOLLAND
i. asi 'l lati of Dade Counts Florida,
to th. County Judges of Dade County.
and file the same ill dupln ale and
a- provided in Section 7:tr; If.. Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the
County Courthouse In Dade County,
Florida, Wlthlll six calendar months
I from the time of the first publica-
tion h.ri-of. or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 10th
day of January, A D. lflx.
DOROTHY W, lim.I.AND
As Administratrix I'TA
First publication "f this notice cm
the r.'ih day of January. ,'",v
HAKIMS v Nil SIRKIN
Attorneys for Administratrix CTA
12th Fk>i i' I"' deral Bide;.
Miami, i rid" 33131
l IB-2 I -
Miami Beach Florida 331.7!>
.
E COUNTV JUDGE'S C">. RT
-. ; 1 I DADE COUN "
fLOiO" IN PROBATE
Nc. 77636 C
' '

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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
. ,1 AH Pi '-
xbl '..

. I .....Hi r-
11 a I m s ;
1 nit the
f II] ROSEN '
County, Florid ''
.......
no In dupll ><"'l '
-, n 733.16, Flor da
th. red Il ......
[lade Counts !
:.. ,. .. i,,. nthi im 'he
1 ublti .,!. :.....f,
1 1 1 .,1 .I
Pli ula, Ihli 16th
Janu UI .....
fell ANT
\ utrix
Don l l| "'' ":'
Imv laouur; '" -
OFFICES
. ntrij
X-'hur 1 n Road,
riorid.i 3814'
NCT iCE UNDER
fictitious NAME LAW
HEREBY GIVEN 'hat
1 di siring to engage
: 1I1 r tiiu fit itioua names
JAY ItlCHAIM'S
,:'' KN'S at 110a N E IMth
Miami, Kin intend to re-
. ii the Clerk of the
. ide Couiit) Florid,1
MV I'.KDRIN
l.i NM.l HEDKIN'
L/2 ''";
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undenrtined, desl Ii 1 '.....iai
n bui 'lo-s under thi fictitu u 'am*
of PRATES, PAT, FIvOYD JND
: R8< N al Concord .. '"'
Ml .nn intend 10 n name ,
with the CI.....' II Circuit 1 "Urt
,,f 11 ,,1. County, '''' '
PRATES, '', Fl Oi .
I. PR \ KS"
Prnfewional A
BYRON I. SPARRER
Mt< for A lirant
100 n It ayne Blvd
M
I
NOTICE TO DEFEND
IN 'HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
' DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
CIVIL ACTION NO 68-782
DIVORCE
NETTIE MAYBELL8I IRIS ALI>
I ...
CHARLIE 4.LFRED WALL.
IIARUB ALFRED WALL.
g; : P, SI A.PI '
liver, plaliii "led
1, upon J' "'' .;;, '
ounsel. 212 I Wg
Menu. FIOl I
,. Km *< r or
,1 ,. c rk of the above
, nade County, 1 lorida,
February 20th I
v.. iudj.-in.-nt li^
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE If HE lEBY GIVEN lhal
th. undersigin I d. irlng lo
in business 11 !" Ihi fl .....' name
, vu'Ti ms REP 11R tt v W
2th street M
.,,.| ,...- ,. witl Ih. Cle' of He
Circuit four' of D u*tj Florida
BL1 \s VICTOR
SII'NKV EPR< >NS N
AI lorn.y for v' I
112 Am- '_. Buildi
, :
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CASE NO 6P-563
I ICE Bl E \nci: lull \N.
1 : f|
v-
IACOB DAHAN,
|)| f.-
T.I JACOB DAHAN
, ,. I .r.NM M'.K Hi iI'SE
MVINOSTON VVENUE
NEW BRUNSWICK
NEW JERSEY
V(>|- JACOB DAHAN '
notified thai a Complaint I
h., been filed agalnm yi u
ure i< .im" d '' '
Answer Plead
plaint '" Divor
attorney, RtNALD
in Biscayne Building,
Ing to

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you
' .:
th. Com-
ih. Plaintiff's
I 1A VIS E ',
19 \V l'Iai-1. 1
Street, Miami, Florida 33130 Phoi
7. ..,. and tile the original Answ-
er Pleadfng in
i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
MITICB IS HEREBY GIVI
the und. rsitneo. ... l! -
in buslm ss und. 1- ;' .' fl. 1II "U
Of RUBINDALK KSHBR
AND poi'I.TRV MARKE1
2103 Coral Was .Miami
'end to reglst. r said
Clerk of tin 1 r. uil 1 I
County, Florida
HERMAN DALE I
GEORGE Kl KIN
t;oi I \* \ V G( 'I.I ISTBIN .\
PACZIER
i .rneys ,,ir Regis-ti -
2401 \^ IF .-
Mia ml, FI01 Ida
IN THE COUNTY Jl DGE'S CO. R7
,N ANDFOR DADE COl'N'v
FLORIDA IN PROBA'E
No. 77477-A
In RE Bstati 1
CKORGE 'I K"HN
'notice to CREDITORS
To All '. H'..i
I Claim '
'..'
\ .1
mired lo pn 1
wtolel
late of
. .' 1 |l ;...:!.
thi County iu
s the Mil
. d in Bee Hi 1,, Hoi
.,,.... ount>
I ,,.. Ii Dad. c..u
indnr montl Tom th.
[ ih. r-- pul : '
, ih. fame 'd
p,iied al Miami Flr -
rtai r .'aminn \.
1..... .....UN
A I II ..
: Ubll lit I. Ili.f.C
,| day ol Februai
HAYS 1 '
>n ... foi Bxci uli '-
v Bldg
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 65957-C
N RE Estate of
1'llll.IP CATSMAN,
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
/.PPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND -INAL DISCHARGE
NOTIt'E is hereby given that I
ni< ti my Final Reporl and !' n-
Dlirlbutlon and final Dla-
Bxecutor of Ihe -'ate of
PHILIP t'ATSMAN, d.-.-ei set! and
Hi, ith day of February,
. ; || apnl) Ii tin Hum hie
ludg. of Had. county, Plo-
pproval of in 'l Re-
|.i rt 1
-
tl
li-iriUnioii and 1 I
. ut' f :l.....' '"
, .,,.-, j d... .d-iit hia
1
DAVID "ATSM \N, Ex. eul
|>AVID P C VTS.M \ N Esqll
Ex.clitoi
Si'-. '.!
NOTICE EY PUBLICATION
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF T ? E
. EVENT* ^DICIAL CIRCUIT
CF FLOR'DA N AND FOR DAf. E
COl N CHANCERY
N 68-'337
St IT FOR DIVORCE
BKSON,
III
IJE.Ol ItiBI RSI IN
HERS

I'hlli il.lphia, 1
B ;" ',.""
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t 1 f Complaint
l'
l-ou '
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flic lh<
11 ni
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if c,
nruey, ENGBL
N.W. 7th Street,
I County. Fk rlda '"
. .-.,,,- r Plead ug
.
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I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
I' II ERERY GIVEN th:.'
desiring to engage
he fir I ItlOUa nunie
THE TREE AND I at It* \rthur
&dtr
I file th
. ng with
. ,1 t Court,
on or before
[I ou fall t" do
Default will he
V, i- nltff against ypu.
-l r B I EATHERMAN, Clerk
Cln u c url
Hi N A HBWETT,
Depul 1
Dated l January i""y
Dadi FI01 Ida
Miami,

IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
'N IN aVo FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
- the office of Hi
cn rk of the Clr utt Courl nn or b< -
fore the 20th rtaj Fehruan
If you fall '' udu-ni. Il bj di
fault will bi takei Mjahist you for 1
,.,.1 Pf den "i ""' ( omplalnt
This Notice si I be published on
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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