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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
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February 16, 1968

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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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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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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
February 16, 1968

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

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

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University of Florida
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Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
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"^Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Voivme 41 Number 7
Mi. mi. Florida, Friday. February 16. 1968
NEW PROPOSAL
DeGaulle: UN
Sliould Fix
Boundaries
PARIS (JTA)President Charles
,!, Gaulle of France proposed this
week li.it the I'nited Nations draw
the permanenl boundaries in the
East. He made the sugges-
tion in a speech at a reception
visiting President Aref of
Iraq who replied with a speech
French policy in the Mid-
ill, East and denouncing "Zionist
propaganda." The reception, held
al tlir Motel de Ville. Paris' City
Hall was boycotted by many
prominent Frenchmen who had
been invited.
Gen de Gaulle opened his re-
marks by lamenting the "state of
war" that has prevailed in the
Middle Fast for the past eight
months and said it could be ended
and peace achieved by a settle-
hat reversed all of the "dam-
age' done to the Arabs. The French
reiterated his peace plan
uhich, he said, calls for the with-
I of military forces from all
occupied territories, the establish-
menl of normal peaceful relations
between Israel and the Arab states,
uV repatriation of refugees, free
navigation for all international
waterways and permanent borders
outlined by the United Nations.
Diplomatic observers here were
k to note that the last item
esented a new proposal by
Gen de Gaulle.
F1 i Iraqi president, who is seek-
ins Mirage jet planes and other
nts from France said he
surprised that "the noble
1 people side with justice in
Idle Fast" and have "ex-
I1"- Zionist propaganda to the
irzani, leader of the Kind
: alists in Iraq, meanwhile
i President de Gaulle not
irough with the arms deal
lent Aref. The Kurdish
ild De Gaulle that the
arms to Iraq by Fiance
only encourage new de-
an,I massacres" ol Kurds.
reported, The Iraqi army
orce have been deployed
>ears or more in an at
' rush the Kurdish auton-
.1 inent.
SAYS ANTI-SEMITISM
IS NOT INVOLVED
NEW YORK (JTA) The
French Ambassador to the
1 states. Charles Lucet,
: eed this week as "cal-
suggestions thai
mitism could in am
led the policies of the
government. Speak-
reception tendered
1,1,11 b> Ihi American Friends
' ance Israelite Uni
'in envoy also said
'"at Israel's right to exist
' be recognized as
Two Sections Price 20.3
Eshkol Warns Jordan
Israel Will Retaliate
PfttSID[NT DC CAUUl
JERUSALEM Prime Minister
l.evi Eshkol warned here this week
that Israel would retaliate if the
Jordanians continued their shell-
ing of Israeli positions on this side
of the Jordan River.
The warning, voiced at a jour-
nalists' convention here, followed
several days of repeated shelling by
Jordanian artillery units of villages
in Israel and in Israeli-occupied
territory.
Asserting that "there is a limit
to our patience," the Premier
said: "We shall not acquiesce in
a situation in which Jordanian
forces can open fire whenever
they feel so inclined."
Israel. Mr. Eshkol declared,
"could have adopted severe meas-
ures which would have put an end
to these aggressions, but we pre-
ferred instead to exercise restraint
Delhi Meeting Features
Arab-Communist Walkout
NEW DELHI (JTA) Repre
tentative! ot more than a score ot
countries and high officials of the
Indian government, the ruling
Congress Party and the Socialist
Party attended a reception given
here this week by the Israel dele-
gation to the United Nations Con-
ference on Trade and Development
lUNCTAD). It was the fir-t official
reception ever held by Israel in
the Indian capital.
Hosts at the affair were Zeev
Sharet, Israel's Minister of Com-
merce and Industry who heads his
country's delegation to UNCTAD.
and Ambassador Michael Comay.
who Is serving as floor chairman
ol the Israeli delegation.
Earlier, a mass walkout was
staged at the Conference when Mr.
Sharef mounted the rostrum to
make his initial address before the
international gathering. Leaving
the chamber were the entire Arab
bloc, most African delegations and
the Communist bloc delegation
with the notable exception of Ru-
mania. The tralk-OUt was joined by-
Continued on Page 7-A
in the hope that wisdom would
prevail."
Tensions here have mount) I
steadily as increases in sabot a i
and terrorism on the Israel-he 1
West Rank of the Jordan River
were noted.
Dining the week. Israeli see
ity forces rounded up nearly I 0
suspected Arab terrorists in th<*
occupied areas and imposed cur
fews in Nablus.
The Israeli strategy has been ti
match weapon for weapon, using
tanks and artillery when the Jor-
danians put such arms into action.
One Jordanian tank was knocked
off the Abdallah Bridge by Israeli
gunners.
In earlier clashes with Arabte"
Continued on Pag* S-A
UCV SHAKlf
Catholic Prelate Urges Christians:
Stop Trying To Convert Jews
TORi INTO (JTA) A prominent
Roman Catholic theologian has de-
clared in an article published by
a Jesuit magazine here that Juda-
ism must be regarded as a salva-
tions! faith and Christians should
cease trying to convert Jews. The
article bj Rev Gregory Baum,
associate professor of religious
knowledge at St Michel's College,
was greeted by Toronto rabbis as
"major breakthrough" in Cath-
olic thought, provided that Father
Baum's thesis was accepted by the
Catholic hierarchy
The Church's mission among
the Jews." Rev Baum wrote in the
line Month.' "is not to prose
lytize. to persuade Jews to leave
their religion and join another.
The Church's mission is to engage
in dialogue with the Jews, to dis-
cover the common patrimony, to
deepen brotherhood and to be
open to the transformation which
Cod produces in us through the
conversion."
Rabbi Emanuel Forman of Sha-
ai,i Shomayim Synagogue, an Or-
thodox congregation, said. "It is
encouraging to see him admit that
before dialogue with any hope of
results can begin, we need to re-
spect the validity of each other's
theologies."
Rabbi Abraham Feinberg, rabbi-
emeritus ot the Reform Holy Blos-
som Temple here, said that Father
Baum's declaration "provides the
only basis upon which any coopera-
tive kind of a dialogue can be un-
dertaken by the synagogue. But I
am wondering to what extent this
reflects the thinking of the Curia
and the Vatican."
Rev. Baum was born_ in Ger-
many of Jewish parents but con-
verted to Catholicism m Canada in
1947. He is known as a leader and
spokesman of the liberal wing of
the Catholic Church. Past pro-
nouncements of his on birth con-
trol, celibacy and other questions
did not reflect traditional church
views.
Israel Bars
UAR Money
In Gaza Strip
JERUSALEM The Israeli gov-
ernment this week announced that
Egyptian currency would no lon-
er be permitted in the Gaza Stri''
and in the Sinai Peninsula. Th >
move, which takes effect next Fr
day. is aimed at protecting Arab
workers from abuses practiced by
their employers in the occupied
territories.
A spokesman for the Ministry o:
Defense said that the Egyptian
currency would be exchanged at
international rates until Feb. 16,
after which only Israeli currency
would be legal tender.
Until now, Israeli authorities
had permitted the use of Egyp-
tian money in the occupied ter-
ritories even though it has no'
been legal tender.
Noting the abuses by Arab em-
ployers which have been on tha
increase in recent months, th;
spokesman said that Gaza me.'
Continued on Page 11-A
DUE IN MIAMI MARCH 2
Humphrey To Address Bond Meeting
Vice President Hubert II. Hum-
phrey will address the 1968 Inter-
national Inaugural Conference for
Israel Bonds, which will be held
here rrom Feb 29 through March
;i it was announced this week by
Abraham Feinberg. president of
the Israel Bond Organization.
The Vice President ot the United
States will speak at the Inaugural
Dinner at the Kontainel.leau Hotel
Saturda) evening. March 2. when
Jewish leader- from all parts o
the United States and Canada will
take part 1" opening this year's
Israel Bond drive, which must pro-
vide the major share ol Israel's De
velopment Budge) "l $289,000,000
for 1968.
Mr. Humphrey will share the
rostrum at the Inaugural Confer-
ence with Gen. Yitihak Rabin,
Israel's former Chief of Staff,
who will make his first public
appearance at the conference in
his capacity as Israel's newly ap-
pointed Ambassador to the Unit-
ed States.
Stressing the importance ol the
Inaugural Conference, Mr. Fein-
berg said:
"Economic growth will be a de-
Cisive factor in Israel's capacity
to face the very serious challenges
which will confront her in the
search for peace in the coming
year. It therefore is of the greatest
importance that our Conference
establish the basis for an outstand-
ing Israel Bond campaign this
year."
The opening session of the con-
ference will be devoted to the
launching of the National Women's
Division campaign, which will take
the form ol the world premiere of
the 1968 All-Israel Fashion Show
on Thursday. Feb. 29th. under the
chairmanship of Mrs. Jan Peerce,
National Chairman of the Wom-
en's Division.
Miss Regina Resnik, brilliant
mezzo soprano star of the Metro-
politan Opera Company, will ap-
pear in concert at the Inaugural
Dinner Saturday evening.
VICt PRtSIDINT HUMPHREY


Page 2-A
*knist Ifkr ictinr
Fridav. February 16, 1968
CJA-IEF Is The Only
'Emergency' Drive
Greater Miamians were remind-
ed this week that the Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency
Fund is the only campaign author-
ized by the government of Israel to
raise funds in the name of the
"emergency."
The reminder came from Leon
Kaplan, president of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and Nor-
ton S. Pallot, general chairman of
the Federation sponsored 1968
CJA IEF campaign.
The two pointed out the recent
request of Israel Finance Minister
Plnhas Sapir that Jews of the Dias-
pora direct every measure of sup-
port to the Israel Emergency Fund.
The emergency needs must be
met and to help Israel resolve its
.rowing humanitarian needs, the
Jewish nation must have a single
clear channel for contributions,-*
Air. Pallot said. He pointed to world
news headlines which typify the
n-going slate of emergency fac-
ing Israel.
Daily reports of terrorist bomb-
ings, incident after incident of
maiming and fights at the newly-
t-xpanded borders, the Suez Canal
predicament, the saber-rattling by-
Arab leaders conveyed in the world
press and at the United Nations
*'Lf there is a Jew anywhere in
the world who is not aware that
the emergency facing Israel just
Ix'gan with the Six-Day War last
June, then that person is not fac-
ing the realities of today." he said.
But. despite the unsettled state
of Israel's national and world af-
fairs, the Jewish state, he noted,
is still carrying on it? vital hu-
manitarian programs aimed at
helping Jews find a home there.
Remember, there are more
than a quarter million people who
came to Israel in the past few-
years who are still being absorbed.
Now and since last June, the de-
fense alert and the uncertainties
facing Israel every day from an
economic and humanitarian stand-
point, point out the crying urgency
for moneycash to pay for what is
needed," Mr. Pallot said.
The government of the Jewish
state declared officially early this
year that Israel's 1968 humani-
tarian needs could only be handled
by tinancing abroad, because of
Israel's commitment to defense
needs.
The United Jewish Appeal's Is-
rael Emergency Fund .supported
by L.TA-IEF here, was given sole
authority to raise money for these
purposes and to ensure a steady
flow of dollars aimed at the heart
of these needs.
Mr. Pallot asked that individuals
and groups in the Greater Miami
area "devote total support" to the
officially sanctioned CJA IEF
drive.
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Paqe 3-A
President Johnson Calls
For National Unity9
AARONSBURG, PA., was the first
town in the United States founded
by and named after a Jew. Aaron
l.t vy. who died in 1815.
PKISIDINT JOHNSON
Dr. Stanford
Is Speaker At
NCCJ Dinner
Dr Henry King Stanford, presi-
dent of the University of Miami.
will Ik- the featured speaker at
the annual Brotherhood Dinner of
the Florida Region of the National
Conference of Christians and Jewi
io be held Tuesday at the Fon-
lainebleau Hotel, Miami Beach.
The Brotherhood Dinner, which
will mark the observance next
week of Brotherhood Week, will
also celebrate the 40lh anniver-
sary of the founding of the NCCJ.
Dr. Stanford will also be one of
the recipient! of the Silver Medal-
lion Brotherhood Awards to be pre-
sented at the dinner. The other
recipients are John R. Ring and
Jay I. Kislak. Henry E. S. Reeves
Aill be presented with a special
Brotherhood Award at the event.
The NCCJ furthers the ideals and
practices of brotherhood through
t>5 regional offices throughout the
country. Brotherhood Week, cele-
brated this year the week of Feb.
1825. is the focal-point of the year-
round effort. This year. Jackie
Robinson is serving as the na-
tional Brotherhood Week chair
11.m
The SlOO-a-plate formal dinner
on Feb. 20 at the Fontainebleau
Hotel is the principal means of
support for the continued educa-
tional efforts of the Florida Region
01 NCCJ.
President Lyndon B. Johnson
called on the American people this
week to join the National Confer
ence of Christians and Jews not
only in the observance of Brother-
hood Week but also "in the sup-
port of its intensive year-round ed-
ucational program in behalf of
national unity."
In hi annual Brotherhood Week
message, the President declared:
"During the past year our nation
has been rocked by a series of riots
and racial violence such as we
have never before experienced.
There can be no justification for
QCh breakdowns in law and order
and wanton killing and looting. The
law of the land must at all times
prevail and be respected and
obeyed or the causes of free-
dom, equality, and national unity
are lost.
'"Yet the causes of freedom,
equality, and national unity might
equally well be lost if the evils of
poverty, apathy, ignorance and
bigotry were allowed to prevail
"One hundred and ninety-one
years ago our Declaration of In-
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ple that all men were created
equal, and that they were endowed
by their Creator with certain in-
alienable rights. These rights were
later explicitly guaranteed in our
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must live up to that guarantee and
make these rights a reality for
every American citizen.
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ance of Brotherhood Week. 1968.
and in the support of its intensive
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1963
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Friday. February 16. 1968
17 SHEVAT
Volume 41 Number 7
Main CJA Campaign
Effort Still Ahead
The most intensive fund drive in
the 30-year history of the organized
Greater Miumi Jewish community
has gotten off to a good start with
ine 1968 Combined Jewish Appeal
past the one-third mark towards its
goal of $1,991,200 and the initial
rledges in the Israel Emergency
Fund drive which has no set goal.
Recent events at the Suez Canal
end along Israel's borders have
emphasized the continuing emer-
gency confronting the Jewish State
end increases by those who hove
already anncunced their gifts are
running ahead of the 21 percent im-
provement necessary to achieve the
CJA goal.
But the picture from a fund-rais-
ing .standpoint is not overly bright.
r.xperience has shown that the first
money in a campaign is the easiest
to obtain and levels attained at pace-
setting and ini.ial gifts figures are
subject to falling off.
Greater Miami Jewry rose to the
occasion during and after the Six-
->ay Wcr last June and it can do no
-ess now when the dangers confronting Israel
ere even greater then they were last year
Less dramatic, but equally pressing are the
-ncreased needs of such local agencies as the
Jewish Family and Children's Service and the
..ewish Home for the Aged. The JFCS cannot
provide help for many in critical need because
of inadequate funds and the Home, in soite of
toe completion of major expansion, again has
a waiting list of nearly a year.
The inflationary process alone accounts for
more than the additional S50.000 budgeted for
expanded programs of education and culture
SSarWn,- BlVeau of Jewish Education, the
-'M-XyVHA and other Federation agencies.
Preliminary figures indicate that at least
lb percent more individuals utilized the ser-
vices of such agencies as the Jewish Vocational
^ervice. Mount Sinai Hospital, the Community
Chaplaincy Service and the immigration acti-
vities of the National Council of Jewish Women
curing the year just past.
Some of these have been long-time resi-
dents others were among the thousands of
new families who have moved here on a per-
manent basis in the past two vears and still
others are so-called winter residents who now
must utilize such services as Mount Hospital
during stays here of six months or more. '
Many in these categories came forward
voluntarily during the 1967 Israel Emergency
Fund, h is essential that they now give their
complete support to the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal-Israel Emergency Fund effort.
And. finally, a word far the women who
come to their annual Fashionplate initial gifts
luncheon next week with good prospects. The
Women's Division leaders merit the support of
all the women of Greater Miami Jewry.
It is clear that the pace must guicken in
every division if we are again to go over the
top in 1968.
JOSEPH flLSOP
ALS0P
Vietnam Crisis
which disfigure and distort religious, business
social and political relations," NCCJ's program
has dealt with some major problems confront-
ing our nation.
Through its nationwide network of offices,
its staff of professional and technical personnel,
its hundreds of thousands of volunteer leaders
in all parts of the country, the NCCJ is playing
a significant role in our drive for religious and
racial equality and full achievement of our,
goal of "one notion under God. indivisible with
liberty and justice for all."
The organization's program is educational!
and follows a multiple approach at various'
levels to the intergroup situation in the com-1
mumty. It reaches millions of American, an-
nually by conducting proa-ams with and
through existing institutions oi society.
While the purposes and goals of the NCCJ
program certainly aim at improving intergroup ;
relations the year round, Biotheihood Week
should serve as a useful opportunity for sell
evaluation and resolution to subscribe to the'
practice of brotherhood every hour of every
day. '
NCCJ Marks 40th Year
Next week, the Florida Region of the Na-
tional Conference of Christians and Jews will
mark the 40th anniversary of the founding of
the organization with its annual dinner in ob-
servance of Brotherhood Week.
Selected to be honored at the event are
four prominent citizens of our area Dr. Henry
King Stanford, president of the University of
Miami; John R. Ring; Jay I. Kislak; and Henry
Reeves.
In line with the mandate Hven the NtH-wiI
Conference of CbrivffCns and Jews four decades
ago in its original bv'aws "to analvze, moderate
and finally eliminate intergroup prejudices
A Community Come Of Age
Over the years. Greater Miami has acquir-
ed the reputation of being the unofficial winter
capital of American Jewry.
The pattern of national organizations hold-
ing major gatherings here was begun in ear-
Aooeol and. m 1952. State of Isra3l Bonds be-
gan the first of its inaugural conferences in
Miami Beach.
tH! 7earS Since ,hen- ,he Pa"* was
continued by such organizations as the Union
CM American Hebrew Congregations. Yeshiva
University the Jewish Theological Seminary of!
America, the American Hi ladrut rWel'-m-ien'
foundation American Friends of the Hebrew'
University and many other institutions and
groups that are active in suoport of education
and welfare.
While the organizations arranging gather
inns here obvWv benefit from the concen-
tration of philanthropic p'rsonaliti-s in o-.r
midst during the winter season, the corf-r-n-o-
a'so benefit our own communitv m ,h-t the-
bnno down on imoress-ve orrav of \n**rnn
tiorat'v krown fi-uv- *o rannot fail to have-
on influence on our local citizens.
AH in all. 1968 will Ko Q blv ear h,ra
morkinrr o8 it do-s 9nW riversr-rv of ,.
*.* '"'te^d-nce and the 30th a^iversarv
of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
WASHINGTON In any war.
when one side hazards a high
proportion of lone-hoarded near-
irreplaceable resources and suf-
fers fearful losses as the main re-
ward, the result must be account-
ed a serious defeat.
That rather basic rule of war-
fare needs to be recalled now.
simply because so many normally
sensible people appear to have
forgotten it. They have forgotten
it. in turn, because they have
formed the habit of focusing ex-
clusively on our own problems in
Vietnam, which are very painful
indeed, without paying any atten-
tion to the enemy's problems.
which are much more painful.
Yet the only way to make a
balanced assessment of the enor-
mously important recent develop-
ments in Vietnam is. rather obvi-
ously, to look at both sides of the
balance slue! Enough solid facts
are at last in hand to permit a
tentative assessment.
Attacks On Cities
Since the damage done in the
cities has received all the em-
phasis to date, it is best to begin
the assessment with the other
side Of the coin. What. then, was
the aim o( this ambitiously plan-
ned attack on South Vietnam'
cities and towns? What did it
cost.' And what did it achieve'.'
As to its aim. the captured doc-
uments and prisoner interroga-
tion! leave little room for doubt
that a general uprising'" was
confidently counted upon, at any
rate in a considerable area or
areas of South Vietnam. In all
cases, the enemy troop units
were sent into the towns and
cities with no plans whatever to
cover the contingency of severe
setbacks.
In at least one province. Chau
Doc. the units engaged were sim-
ply told that they were to cele-
brate the new year with the
townspeople, who were waiting to
welteme them The need to fight
was a rude surprise.
In almost all cases, again, the
enemy units sent into the towns
and cities had only a few days'
supplies. And in some cases, they
had almost no supplies at ail. be-
ing promised instead that thev
would get all they needed from
Viet Cong sympathizers in the
urban populations
Deception
In a considerable measure of
course, morale problems necessi-
tated this deception of Viet Cong
troop units Gen. Vo Nguyen Giap
could hardly have hoped for a
countrywide "general uprising."
Instead. Giap'i aim ^^ to
have been to establish full Viet
Cong control in one or more
large areas-the delta and parts
of I Corps being the most likely
candidates. If ,ha, had happened
the turmoil m the rest of the
country would have fatally ham-
pored any roll-back effort It was
notajoo,,sh.im,butitwas^
To,attain this aim. meanwhile.
J cost was incurred that is still
hard to calculate exactly. It was
certainly an enormous oost, how-
ever. Except in the most norther-
Iv Provinces, very fcw North
V.etnamcse troops were used
.Most of the attacking troops were
true Viet Cong in the old sense-
local units composed of southi
ers. that will have lost most r,,
their effectiveness, even if they
are later reconstituted with
northern replacements.
Local Manpower
Because of the .'harp drop,,if
in recruiting in the South, man-
power of local origin is the \ ,
Cong's most precious single
source. This reseource was ex-
pended with a lavish hand, as
can be seen from the current .
timate that enemy losses in ,
and prisoners of war will reach
20.000 men
Worse still were the losses in
men of highest quality and
strongest motivation. The sappci
units, used for blowing bfldl
mortaring air fields and the liki
have always been a special
within the Viet Cong. The gn
majority of the sapper units has
now been expended to the last
man. And again, although dra-
gooned young boys were used as
infantry fillers, the spcarh.
outfits in the ordinary infantry
were necessarily composed of the
flower of the Viet Cong.
To these rather dire sacrifices,
one must add two other items to
complete the account. The Viet
Cong used and lost just about all
members of the underground net-
work which has always been
their principal hidden asset in the
towns. And they also surfaced
and expended their clandestine!)
acquired assets in the South Viet-
namese army, which proved lo bi
trifling indeed.
Desiruclion Achieved
Such, then, were the aim and
the cost. As to what the Viet Con.
achieved, that is pretty obvious
Pacification has been sharply so)
back Great destruction has beei
wrought in some cities. Con:.
dence has been shaken. "
Much now depends. therefor,
on three things: whether the South
Vietnamese government njovc-
successfully to restore services
and confidence; whether the n
maining urban pockets of Viet
Cong resistance are quickly liq
dated, and whether a sec
wave of urban attacks is succ< -
fully thrown back, if it material
l*es as some fear.
Reasonable success oh the*
three vital fronts is now predict
cd- If that is the outcome, th.
final balance sheet will be most
unfavorable to Gen. Giap. But
that leaves the question why on
earth Giap ordered this vast and
costly general assault on th.
cities and towns.
Copyright 16',, tim WaaMnginn
Post c Distributed brjr Loa Angel.--
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Fridav, February 16 19G8
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Reform Leaders Arrive
For U.A.H.C. Meeting
(dors of ft'.'form Judaism be*
Srriiifig' In Greater Miami
ihis week fan the Feb. 25 meeting
executive committee of the
ol Trustees of the I'nion of
rican Hebrew Congregations
the Fo'.tainebleau Hotel.
Earl Morse of New York, chair-
ol the board of the UAHC.
>.. I informal sessions of executive
committee members will begin a
week in advance of the all day
ssesion, first formal meeting of
the national body ever held in the
South.
Dr. Nelson Glueck. president of
the Hebrew Union College-Jewish
Institute of Religion, will arrive
here Monday and Dr. Maurice Eis-
i drath. president of the UAHC,
will come a day later, Mr. Morse
said.
other leaders expected to be here
a Ivance of the board session
i lude Judge Emil Nathaniel
Barr of New York City; S. L. Ko-
pald, .Jr.. of Memphis, board chair
man of the Hl'C-JIR; and Harold
W. Dubmsky of St. Louis, honorary
president for life of both the Jew-
ish Chautauqua Society and of the
National Federation of Temple
brotherhoods.
A series of pulpit exchanges on
Feb. 23 will highlight Reform Juda-
ism Week in South Florida, being
held to coincide with the national
visitations, according to Chaim
Friend, executive vice chairman of
the Reform Jewish Appeal. Mr.
Fiiend is coordinating the confer-
ence, assisted by H. G. Rossman,
HJA regional director.
Mr. Morse will be guest speaker
at Temple Beth Am of South Mi-
ami Feb. 23. which will be observ-
ed as RJA Sabbath by the eight
Reform congregations of South
Florida.
Dr. Eisendrath will occupy the
l ulpit at Temple Israel of Miami
on the same night, and also will
in the guest at a series of recep-
tions, board meetings and private
parties in the area from Palm
Ueach to South Dade.
Judge Barr will speak at Temple
Beth-El in Hollywood Feb. 23. and
will be sjuest of honor at a special
Oneg Shabbat following. Mr. Du-
binsky will speak on the same eve-
ning at Temple Israel in West Palm
Beach.
Rabbi Alexander M. Schindler. |
vice president o fthe UAHC. will
speak at Temple Judea Feb. 23,
City of Nope Tag Days
Feb. 16, 17 and 18 have been
proclaimed City of Hope Days and
the Robyn Tubin Chapter will par-
ticipate in the fund raising drive
which contributes to research for
cures of cancer, leukemia and
heart disease. Mrs. Genevieve Wag-
ner is chapter president, and Mrs.
Henrietta Sheade is tag day chair- (
and will work with Mr Morse and
Mr Friend in setting up the con-
clave here.
Dr. Glueck will be guest of
honor at receptions sponsored by
several of the member congrega-
tions of the UAHC. The renowned
archeologist and educator also will
meet individually wflh top national
and local leaders of the Reform
movement.
Climax of Reform Judaism Week
in South Florida will be a national
"Evening with Reform Judaism"
at Temple Beth Sholom, 4144
Chase Ave., Miami Beach. Feb. 25.
The Sunday evening program,
slated to begin at 8 p.m.. will fea-
ture a talk by Dr. Eisendrath and
an original musical concert by
four oi the country's foremost
cantors.
Dr. Eisendrath will report on
his recently concluded 22-day
peace mission around the world
and share the platform with Mr.
Morse and other members of the
executive committee of the board
of the UAHC in South Florida for
a national meeting.
Participating in the cantorial
conceit will be Cantors Jacob Born-
stein of Temple Israel. Miami;
David Conviser of Temple Beth
Sholom, Miami Beach; Michael
Kyrr of Temple Beth Am, South
' Miami and Jerome Klement of
i Temple Emanu-El, Ft. Lauderdale.
I Liturgical, Israeli and modern
songs will be featured.
Arrangements for the special
program Feb. 25, which is free
I and open to the public with re-
| served seats obtainable from any
I Reform synagogue, have been
' made by the South Florida Feder-
iation of the UAHC. James Albert.
! president, and Rabbi Robert P.
! Frazin. regional -director, have co-
ordinated plans for the meeting
with rabbis and officers of all Re-
form congregations in the area.
Each of the congregations will
devote part or all of their services
Feb. 23 to RJA Sabbath, in support
of the Reform Jewish Appeal, cen-
tral fund raising organization for
the UAHC and for the Hebrew
I Union College-Jewish Institute of
! Religion.
\\ orldwide Conference On
.-
Intermarriage Is Lrged
should include representatives I
ail segments of the Jewish com
m unity.
The conference also urged 0\9
nation's two major political partic.
and their potential presidenUil
candidates not to permit preocci:
pation with the Viet Nam war >
quash debate on other problems >f
American li.e. Rabbi Israel Kb
van. Council executive vice pre*
dent, listed these problems as pov-
erty, the urban crisis, civil rights,
black power, the crisis in educj
tion. crime, the treatment of the
aged and the alienation of the
younger generation.
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Eshkol Warns
On Retaliation
Continued from Page 1 A
rorists. Israeli patrols killed eight
of the intruders. One patrol killed
three terrorists after the guerrillas
attacked Kibbutz Yad Hanna with
mortar and bazooka shells. Two of
the dead intruders were known to
have taken part in previous El
Fatah attacks. In a previous clash,
an Israeli patrol fought with a
group of seven terrorists north of
Jericho, killing five. One Israeli
soldier was killed and three were
wounded in the encounter.
At the United Nations, Israel
filed three protests over the con-
tinuing guerrilla intrusions from
Jordan and warned that Jordan
would be held responsible for the
"unprovoked attacks."
UTKRS TO THE EDITOR
; EDITOR, The Jewish Flofidian:
I should like, on their behalf, to
express the profound thanks of the
' Beta-Israel Schools for the very
! fine article that appeared in your
i edition of Dec. 22. concerning the
history and current plight of the
Falasha schools in Ethiopia.
It is indeed a source ot comfort
and encouragement that the Jews
of Greater Miami at your initiative
have taken note of this ancient
and far-away community.
JED H. ABRAHAM,
Peace Corps Volunteer
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
LAKEWOOD. N..I. (JTA) The
( hie! Rabbi of the British Com-
monwealth called this week for an
immediate meeting of Jewish lead-
en and educators in the free world
to deal with "the critical problem
of intermarriage" through adop
tion of a comprehensive program
of Jewish education. Addressing
the mid-winter conference of the
Rabbinical Council of America at
the Brunswick Hotel. Dr. Imman-
uel Jacobovitz characterized as "of
catastrophic proportions" the in-
crease in intermarriage among
Jewish college youth in this coun-
try and Great Britain. He said it
imounted "to over 30 percent of
marriages of all Jews."
Rabbi Jacobovitz recommended
an Anglo-American exchange pro-
gram of rabbis, educators and lay
leaders to "pool and enrich their
experiences by regular exchange
visits between the two countries.'"
I He said he was currently discuss-
j ing with two prominent American
Jewish educators, organization on
j a wide scale in Britain of Jewish
; educational projects along Ameri-
can lines.
Rabbi Pesach Z. Levovitz, presi
dent of the Orthodox group, called
for a national conference between
the opponents and proponents,
within the Jewish community of
2ovemment aid to religious educa-
tion. He told the delegates that
such a conference should explore
all aspects of the problem and
"seek a mutually acceptable for-
mula that will move the problem
from debate and bitterness to har
mony and implementation." Rabbi
Levovitz said that the conferees
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ts.
EDWARD COHEN
Resistance To The Draft
l; >sistance to the drafting of
men for military service is as old
. Many of the Puritans who left
England for Holland to escape re-
ligious persecution cast their lot
with the wilderness of new Amer-
ica when the Dutch began to im-
press their men into the armed
services. GOV. Horatio Seymour
of New York denounced conscrip-
tion as "un-American" during the
Civil War. and in 1863 lour days
i riotins in New York City in
opposition t0 t|u. draft was final-
)> ended by Federal troops
To paraphrase Stokely C'armi-
rhael, dodyin.u the draft is as
American as cherry pie. It hasn't
been much of a factor in Jewish
life during World War I the
claims of the few Jewish consci-
entious objectors were denied on
the grounds that their religion
wasn't a pacifist one and while
>\ World War II there had devel-
oped a larger group opposed to
ail wars, the hostility of the Jew
isb community toward those who
would not fight even against a
Hitler wa> enough to keep the
movement a tiny one.
This is not to say that we were
free of any of the all-American
nails Some of our fathers and
many more of our grandfathers
arrived here on the escape rout**
from the Russian army in the
late 1800s and the first part of
this century, but with the excep-
tion of those dedicated Socialists
who opposed a!l imperialist wars,
the. Jewish Americans drew an
understandably sharp distinction
between Czarist Russia and dem-
ocratic America.
Ii is not surprising then, that
> recent days I have known
little or nothing about the Jewish
Pea < Fellowship, organized in
'H41 to establish the rights of
Jews to be recognized as consci-
ntious objectors
D.'spite the profound and grow
inn opposition to the war In Viet-
n partly reflected in resist-
ance to the draft. I would say
!h.it >till very few in this area
know about the Jewish Peace
Fellowship which held a well
publicized meeting here last
week Little more than thirty
personsabout half of them boys
of draft ageturned out to hear
Rabbi Michael Robinson, chair-
man of the organization, speak
and answer questions. I made a
noteI don't believe it's a quote
that "peace is not popular." but
that could very well be unfair
comment based on attendance.
The lack of audience, either adult
or youth, could just as well have
been caused by fear ol exposure
by some unknown agency of the
government. (As I wrote that I
think I felt extra secure in the
fact that someone noted my pres-
ence publicly as a "columnist for
the Floridian A columnist fol-
lows the news wherever it is. you
know .i
Basically, the JPF is organized
to educate lor peace and to coun-
sel and encourage young people
to be conscientious objectors
within a Jewish framework From
the Prophets through the Talmud.
Hillel. Leo Baeck and Martin Bu
ber the sources are ample to
prove the pacifist teachings of
the fathers. It may sound cynical.
but a good Jewish education
could begin to have even greater
value than those of us who advo-
cate more emphasis on that edu-
cation, would suspect. Religious
grounds are still the strongest for
CO status, although the lines are
not as clear as they used to be
and several pending court cases
may add more confusion.
The dilemma for most of us
Jews who have survived the war
with Hitler and the Israel battles
for independence and viability is
that we cannot accept an idealis
tic stance which seems to equate
the war in Vietnam with Israel's
defense of its life last June. When
it was suggested during the ques-
tion period that leaving this
country tor Canada or Israel was
one way of avoiding the draft, it
was asked whether it was possi-
ble to be a conscientious objector
under the conditions existing in
Israel?
The answer was. "At least you
will be in a Jewish prison with
Jewish jailers''
The tragedy for those of us
Arab Communist Walkout In Delhi
Continued from Page 1-A
Pakistan. Afghanistan and some
members of the Indian delegation.
The demonstration, with its
clearly political motive, injected
an unsavory note into what all
of the delegates agree, at least
officially, is a non-political par-
ley. UNCTAD was convened to
devise .-jlofcal strategy toward
helping underdeveloped nations
advance in areas of trade and
commerce.
Mr. Sharel was apparently un-
aware ol the walk-out when he de-
livered his speech and was inl-
and our youth who see the Viet-
nam war as a moral morass
which seems to be destroying the
best of American life is that we
find ourselves unable to maintain
the high ideals to lift us out of
the mud. Before he went to jail
for 10 years for obstructing con-
scription in World War I. Eugene
V. Debs pleaded that we "culti-
vate the arts of peace and hu
manize humanity, civilize civili-
zation." Apply this to Capt. Eddie
Rickenbacker's statement as pub
lished recently bv the Miami
Herald:
"Peace demonstrators are a
bunch of bums you're not
fighting human beings over there
(Vietnam) you're just fighting
two-legged animals That's all
war is for is to kill and win. to
destroy, to defeat the population
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Paqe 7-A

Israel Women's Army
Officer Due for CJA
One of the Israel Women's Army
i orps senior officers, Maj. Shu-
Limit Legum, Will be the principal
speaker Feb. 23 at the annual
lunch* on of the Mercantile Divi-
sion of the Combined Jewish
Appeal Israel Emergency Fund.
The [unction, scheduled it the Du-
pont Plaza Hotel at 12:30 p.m.,
will feature the presentation of
ihe Harold B. Bosworth Memorial
Award
A record attendance is expected,
according to Herman Hammer and
Louis I Davis, cocbairmen of the
division and the luncheon. The
function attracts hundreds of Dade
County's mercantile leaders, with
ihe presentation of the award con-
sidered the highest honor afforded
by the industry in Florida
Maj Legum is former Deputy
Director of the Israel Defense
Forces' powerful radio station.
- v I as adjutant to the com-
mander of Chen, the Women's
Ann) of Israel, during the L9S6
. .iinpaiu".
Shi i- now on leave from the
to le with her husband, a
lellOW at the Albert Einstein Col-
lege of Medicine of Yeshiva Uni-
versity. They have three sons, the
youngest born June 6. 1967. the day
the Israelis liberated the former
Jordanian sector of the capital.
The Bosworth Award was initi-
ated by the Mercantile Division of
the CJA. It is presented annually
"to an individual in the Greater
; Miami community who exemplifies
the principles, beliefs and humani-
tarian concepts of the late Harold
Bosworth. which have contributed
to the betterment of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and for
; the community in general."
Previous recipients were John
N. Serbin, Jay I. Kislak and Jacob
Rabinowilz. In earlier years, win-
ners were announced in advance
of the luncheon
Harry Mizrach, chairman of the
Mercantile Division's Apparel
Group, will receive a special aw aid
at the meeting for his service in
behalf f the CJA and last year's
Israel Emergency Fund.
11"-:- for the luncheon arc Amer
ii ana Knitting Mills > Foursome Tops Federation Golf
The team of Dr Mike Gilbert,
Julian Rickles, Sidney Rudolph
and Saul J. Morgan won first place
in the shot-gun, low ball golf tour-
nament held during Westvicw-
Federation Day at the Westview
Country Club.
With a score of 56, this team
topped the field by two strokes in '
spirited competition during a cool
snap. A score of 58. made by the
, team of Mel Chasen. Benjamin Ko- ,
i ven, Richard Wolfson and Hap
j Levy, took second place honors.
There was a four-way tie for
: third place two strokes back at 60.
! Members of the four teams were:
(1st teami Dr, Max Pepper, Sidney
Walzer, Morris Markowitz ai
Harry Markowitz; (2nd team Hi
bert Buckwald. Ferd S Meyer, Dr.
Norman Jaffe and Mark Matthews;
(3rd team) Nathan Ringler. Sam
Resnick. Maurice Levinson and
Julius Friedman; (4th team) Mar-
tin Blumenthal. Samuel Robinson.
Robert Russell and Arthur I.aru
sam.
Atid Host to Pre Schoolers
Beth David Atid, a college a-.
group of Jewish youth, gave >
party for migrant workers' pre
schoolers. 3 to 5 years old, at Bull-
Camp in Princeton, Fla.. on Sun-
day.
Yariv To Address 3
Gen Aharon Yariv. chief ol mil
tary intelligence for the Israel
\rmy. will be the principal speak
, i at three of the five meetings
held lor the High Rise and Resi-
lents Division of the Combined
lewish Appetl Israel Emergency
Fund joint campaign, according to
Ben Essen, chairman of the divi-
sion.
Gen. Yariv. in his key post, pro-
vided the detailed information be
fore and during the Six Day War
which proved to be the decisive
factor in the swiftness of the June
\ ictory.
He Will be speaking at the break-
Belarsky to Sing in Israel
Yiddish concert singer Sldor Be-
Icj has been hundred with an
nvitation from Israel's president
!o be his personal guesl In Israel
ii recognition of your greal eon
on to Jewish culture, music
i ii
Belarsky will be appearing in
Miami Beach before going to Is-
Hi cal concert is slate I '
hi Id March 7 at the Miami
h Hi ;h School,
AN ISRAELI ARCHITECT, D
. ;., awarded first
in a competition for thi
i a new school in Newport,
nmouthshire, England
fast meeting of the Harbour House
Frida>. and the Imperial House
cocktail party also on Friday. Sat-
urday he will attend a cocktail
party at the Seacoast Towers build-
ings.
On Sunday. Southgate Towers
residents will hear, at their break
fast meeting, Zvi Kolitz, leading
Israeli author and journalist, and
' Rabbi David Raab. spiritual leader
of Temple Beth Raphael.
Also holding a breakfast nice!
ing Sunday morning are Terrace
' Towers and Belle Plaza in a joint
aflair. This function was organized
by William Agranove of Terrace
Towers and Nat Wolf of Belle
Plaza David Smith, a local attor-
MAi. SNVUMIT If CUM
Arco Notion & Trimming Co.. Bur-
dine's Department Stores. Charles
of Miami. Jack Diamond. Irving
Getz, Jackson Byron's, Jordan
Marsh Florida. Maggie, Inc., Mar-
cus Brothers, Miami Diamond Cen-
ter, Harry Mizrach. Robinson In-
dustries, Serbin. Inc.. and Vogue
Originals.
Reservations may be made ai
the Fedeialion "Hue.
Meetings
ncy, will address the meeting,
Three highly successful meetings
were held in the Division during
the past week with E. Z'ev Sufotl
and Daniel Neal Heller speaking
before the groups
Coastal Towers and Camelol Hall
held their meetings Sunday in their
respective buildings with Mr. Sufott
at Camelot Hall and Mr. Heller at
Coastal Towers
Crystal House also heard Mr
Sufott speak on problems ol Israel
which have been multiplied by
the Russian aid to the Arab na-
tions. This meeting was under the
direction of Louis Harris. CJA co-
chairman of the High Rise and
Residents Division, and Max Mitch
ell, chairman of the building.
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. *o< yr
Israel's beautifully designed set
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February 20, only Each set c
tains six coins issued by the
Bank of Israel and encased in a
special 20th Anniversary folde-
that friends and collectors will
treasure. Price is $3.50 per set.
which includes 50 per set han-
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Paqe 9-A
Discussing plans for the annual Hebrew-
Cuban dinner Feb. 18 at Temple Beth Sholom
for the Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund joint campaign are mem-
bers of the committee. They are (seated
from left): Gershon Kriger, vice chairman;
Samuel Galfond. honorary clnirman; Rabbi
Dow Rosencwaig. coc'^airman; Isaac Yaqod-
nik, executive committee member; and Sam-
uel Brazlawsky. (Standing from left): Jamie
Wenquer financial secretary; Julio Lipsicas.
vice-chairmnn; Abraham Fish, executive
committee member; Sender Wolson. secre-
tary; Arcn Kelton, secretary; Sender M. Kap-
lan, coordinator; and oenjamin Tomer, ex-
ecutive committee member.
CJA-IEF Leadership Cabinet Appointed;
More Than 150 To Direct Campaign
More than 150 Dade County busl
ncss, civic and religious leaders
were named this week to the l!lfi8
campaign cahinet for the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal -Israel Knur
gency Fund of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation.
Announcement of the cabinet
which will coordinate activities of
some 4.000 volunteer Markers in .'
the Jewish community's moat in- i
tensive fund raising drive ever
was made by Norton I'allot. CIA
IEF general chairman, and Leon
Kaplan, Federation president.
Mayor Shepard Broad of Bay
Harbor Islands, Lou Poller and
Robert Russell are serving as as-
sociate chairmen, with Samuel
N. Friedland honorary chairman.
Honorary associate chairmen are
Jay I. Kislak, Dr. Irving Lehrman
and Milton Weiss, who served as
general chairmen of the successful
CJA drives of 1964, 1965, 1966 and
1967.
Daniel Neal Heller is chairman
Of the growing trades and profes-
sions division, with Walter Falk as

meste
yX.-.
associate chairman.
Hen Essen is chairman of the
high rise and residents division,
with Louis Harris as cochairman.
Mrs Sidney M. Schwartz is chair-
man of the women's division, and
Federation executive director Ar-
thur S, Rosichan is serving as di-
rector of the twin campaign.
The goal has been set at $1,-
991,200 for the CJA division, with
an unlimited and unspecified tar-
-let lor the IEF.
Mr. Kaplan lauded Mr. Pallol
"and his team for their splendid
Start," and expressed confidence
that "the community will not he
lacking in their total support dur-
ing the hard weeks of campaign
mg ahead."
The campaign cabinet includes:
Harold Abbott, Mm Beatrice Abel,
R i bard Abel, Leonard Abe*a, Rabbi
Mayer Abramowlls, Sidney \> Anxin
K U iiiianm Apt< I. Jute* Arkln.
Si,In, \ Aronoviti, Col Jneoh M Arve;
luibeii I :..k, i in.,- David i: Kaloajn,
.1 William ItHme, Jr rbtbiil Herbert
M. I'.icuniii.ii'l. I r .Mi lvin I. Becker.
Kdward Herman, Jerome Blank Hnm
Blank, Roliert D. Blum, Jr., Harry
I '.iiiiiiih M it'll- I I'i
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Jacob Itnblnowlts, MorriH Rablnowlta,
Samuel Rappaport, Victor Hell it. In
Maurice Hi, h. Herbert Koblnx, Samuel
It Itnbhwon. .1.....nfa M Roue, I....
Rorc, ,li Arnold P Rouen, l^onard
Itonen, In Morton Rrmenbluth. Rabbi
[>>v Roaencwalff, William H Ruben,
Irvlna Rubin, Seymour I'.ubin
AlrJ Gordon Soobel, Norton Segal,
William W. s< i--.il. M. n,h,ll M Sell*.
John V Serbln, Fred K. Shochet,
Robert I. si.|f'l. Morton Bilberman,
Oavld Silver, Larry BHverman, A
Kklward Slrkm, Harrj Slrkin, Harrj
l> Smith, l.'iins k Bnetman, neora*c
I. S'.kk. Sanford Sprints. Morton
Stein, Arnold .1 Stern, Stewart Sun-
neas, (Jeorjre .1 Taliannff, Harold
I Thuriiiiiii. Robert II Triiunir, Jeromi
Iffn, ,-
Ab ''.ii! H einkle, VVIIIInm W) In-
' ub, Mil \u. II II VVelablatt. Max
Well)!, Irvlna Wexlci \ II Welner,
llernard Vaffe. Ktirton VouilR and
loaeph V Zui-kerman
ADDITIONAL APPOINTMENTS
Several new appointments were
made this past week for leadership
roles in the Combined Jewish
Appeal Israel Emergency Fund
joint campaign, according to Mr.
Pallot.
Those accepting cochairmanship
positions during the 1968 campaign
are: Hcrschel Itoscnthal. Flaglcr
Federal Savings & Loan Assn.. and
Ronald Lipton. Dade Federal Sav-
ings & Loan rVssn. (Banks, Savings
& I oan Association Division); Al-
llirseh. Sun Beaut) Supplies
..........u Sor\ icca Diviaiuu).
Mi'lvln 1 1,.. ..,. Av<- SiiK'Hi ViihIiii^
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Hebrew Cuban Unit Dinner Set For Sunday
The Hebrew Cuban Committee
will hold their annual Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency
Fund joint campaign dinner Sun-
day in the auditorium of Temple
Beth Sholom, Miami Beach.
The dinner will also mark the
20th anniversary of the State of
Israel, the 30th anniversary of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and the 30th anniversary of the
United Jewish Appeal.
Zvi Kolitz, Israel's foremost au-
thor, journalist and playwright,
is tl.e ,1 n, which will also highlvjht
ral oulstanding musical se-
lections.
( ochairmen of the Hebrew Cuban
Committee are Rabbi Dow Ro-.-
encwaig, Morris Gimelstein and
li i l Brazlawsky. Vice chairmen
are Joct bo Caridy, Gershon Kriger,
Julio Lipsica Naum Rosencwaig.
Honorary chairmen for the pro-
gram are Abraham Zacroisky,
Samuel G.illond. Herman Heisler.
Adollo K;Me ami Moiscs Levin
Other offict i ol the group are
Aron Kelton, Dr. Gedalio Felden-
kreis, Dr. Bernardo Benes and
-in Icr WoI-.mii. secretaries; Isidoro
Li rman, Jai lie Wenguer and Dr.
Albert Mechulan, financial secre-
taries.
The members of the executive
committee arc Albert Barrocas,
Morris Bt r--nili.il. Salvador Binun,
Isholem Epelbaum, Abraham Fish,
Dr. A i i Gui Mercno
1 iii. I!ei ry Kaufman, Jas Knop-
ka, llafael Kravec, Alberto o in.
Dr. ! :: Reylcr, I eon Suckman,
Benjamin Terner, Louis Topp, Dr.
' r A, ttlu i ... I ,i IC Y;.
. iInik.
B'NAl B'RITH Social Singles is
holding ;i dance i n Saturday nigh)
it the Casablanca Hotel Tickets
maj be purchased ,'i the door and
include ;i ni ;hl club h o w and
dancing to :i live band.
Zantora Turns
To (iav Nineties
tj
Temple Zamora Sisterhood and
Brotherhood have planned a Gay
(s affair in the temple social
hall for Saturday night.
Mrs Stanley Silvern is serving
chairman for the Sislerhood.
with Mrs. Joseph Maisel and Mrs.
Louis Charter, cochairmen, and
Nate Friedman is chairman of the
event for the Brotherhood.
The evening will include danc-
i ntertainment and refresh-
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JThe Fine Arts of Bc'h Da '
Hunched Ihe second semester tl
its children 'asl
week Henri Gordon, ceramist and
sculptor, will direct the program
as wpII as teach one ol the courses.
Sessions are scheduled a I Beth
David Coral Way from 11:06 a.m.
to 12:30 p.m. on Sunday-, with re-
freshments served to the students.
At Beth David South, classes ar.
held on Wednesdays from 3:30 to
5 p.m.
Courses given include the re-
corder. Israeli folk dancing and
photography. Sessions will con-
clude at the end of March
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Fridav. February 16, '.958
^0 BOOK MV.EW g^^^
by mar in it sn eider
Chicago Seminary Event
Set For February 25lh
How T Enjoy This Moment
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There are, however, some tempo-
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and most people arc happier than
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is often a matter of discovering
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theme of the book. If one is to be
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thoughts and ideas that Rabbi
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He *ays that no two definitions
of happiness are any more alike
than any two people. It is a pri-
vate thing which each person
must define. No matter what the
definition is, there is enough wis-
dom in the book to touch prac-
tically everyone.
Self punishment. unhappy
memories and reliving of guilt,
according to Rabbi Silver, result
in fear of the future. Though the
past may be a place where un-
happy memories are stored, it is
also the place where the happy
ones are. It is these happy memo-
ries that must be taken out. dust-
ed, polished and relived. They are
the one that have the power to
propel us through the loneliness
of today toward a more comfort-
able tomorrow. How to remember
the positive aspects of life is the
first pillar of the book.
When thoughts are straight and
memory looks back in the right
direction, happiness then leans on
a second pillarinvolvement. In-
volvement with people, with life
in general and most of all, with a
cause greater than oneself.
Involvement mav be hanging a
painting that gives pleasure.
"Beauty." said Disraeli, "can in-
spire miralces." Or it may be
conversation instead of televi-
sion, or the lilt of a wng or a
million other things that lift the
spirit.
Even misfortune when used
wisely can make life happier ac-
cording to Rabbi Silver. "Life is
an eye-opening process." says
the author. A child can be pro-
tected like a germ-free body in a
contaminated world. But medi-
cine teaches that the germ-free
body is most susceptible to infec-
tion. Hard knocks make us har-
dier and misfortune, after we've
struggled through it. becomes a
point of reference
To feel good, do good. Wonder
and explore. Make a new friend.
Write a letter. Learn a new skill.
Exercise. Give blood. Enjoy your
work or change it. Study humor.
Live one day at a time. Seek
variety. Give help to children.
Pursue happiness. These are the
things life is all about, in the
author's view.
The annual dinner of the Hebrew
Theological College of Chicago will
be held Sunday evening, Feb. 25,
at the Fontainebleau Hotel, it was
announced by Rabbi David Lehr-
field, spiritual leader of Kneseth
Israel Congregation, who is serving
as chairman of the event.
Guest of honor at the dinner
vv ill be Mrs. Roberta Zaager, promi-
nent philanthropist who is active in
I support of leading Jewish causes.
The Chicago institution trains
' rabbis and prepares other Jewish
religious leaders for the Jewish
community. The Hebrew Theologi-
cal College comprises a rabbinical
school, a junior liberal arts col-
lege, a graduate school, a college
oi advanced Hebrew studies, a high
school and a preparatory school
with divisions in various parts of
Chicago.
day schools, military posts and
Jewish communal organizations
throughout the United States and
in other parts of the world are
being served by rabbis, chaplains,
teachers and communal leaders
who are graduates or former stu-
dents of the College.
Five of the alumni serve con-
' gregations in the Greater Miami
area. They are: Rabbi Avrom Dra-
! zin of the Israelite Center, Rabbi
I Naftali Porush of the Young Israel
of Greater Miami. Rabbi Shraary-
iahu Swirsky of Congregation Beth
Jacob. Rabbi Berel Wein of Beth
Israel Congregation, and Rabbi
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* Jenist Ftrridiann
Pace 11-A
Mr. And Mrs. Meritz
Receive Freedom Award
\l. and Mrs. Enmniiel Mont/.
prominent In communal and pbil
anthrupic affairs, have been named
its of the Hrael Freedom
. i. in be conferred upon them
'.,, (hi annual Morton Towers
\. M Dinner of State, to take place
sjaiui |aj evening, March 9. at the
Fontainebleau Hotel.
.in, _, Frederick N. Barad. bon-
, an dinner chairman, noted that
,l,e Morton Towers dinner on be
Israel Bonds was the first
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C AND MRS. IMANUU MtHTZ
Israel Bars
I VR Monev
In Gaza Strip
Continued from P9 1-A
char who do business in the
West Hank of the Jordan River
hav< been selling their products
for Jordanian dinars but pay their
workers in Egyptian currency at
one third below the exchange rate
on the West Bank. ?
Tin Arab peasants have also
i paid in single-pound Egyptian
note* which are worthless on the
ational market. The spokes-
man -aid this was creating unrest
the Arabs.
The spokesman stressed thai the
mm < should not be interpreted as
i toward annexation of the
t>azi Strip but was aimed .it fore-
- political agitation.
such event to be initiated hv resi-
dents of high-rise apartment build-
ings and has now become a tradi-
tion in the community as well as
the forerunner of similar events
sponsored by many other high-rise
apartments in Miami and through
out the land.
Heading the committee with
Judge Barad are Morris Mmov.
who has been selected as dinner
chairman; Mrs. Sam Rudenberg
and Abe Solosko. cochairmen; and
An and Mrs. Samuel Goldberg,
chairmen of the Patron Most Com-
mittee.
Mr and Mrs. Menu have been
Miami Beach residents since 1961.
coming here Irom Monroe, NY. In
Miami Beach they have continued
their manifold civic, philanthropic
and synagogue activities
The) have long been active both
in Monroe and. prior to that, in
Richmond Hill, Long Island. He
had been president of Congrega-
tion Beth Israel in Richmond Hill.
as well as president oi the Men's
Club. He was treasurer of the Mon-
roe Temple of Liberal Judaism. In
Monroe he also served as chairman
of the community's Heart Fund
His Miami Beach activities In-
clude Service Fund Chairman for
five years of the Hatikvah Lodge,
B'nai B'nth. as well as vice presi-
dent and president-elect of the
lodge. He is now serving his third
term as president of the Morton
Towers Men's Club He is a mem
her of the Mayor's Safety Com-
mittee.
Mrs Merit/ known best to her
friends as "Gus" is serving her
lourth year a- president ot the
Morton TowetS Group of Hadas-
sah. She is fund raising vice presi-
dent ol the Hatikvah Chapter of
B'nai B'rith. She headed last year's
Israel Emergency Drive and this
year's CIA luncheon at Morton
Towers. She is a life member and
on the board of Temple Fmanu-F.l
Sisterhood. She is active in the Bis-
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Sight and Brandels, and on the
board of the Women's Social Clubs
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lecturer to address the Torah
Thoughts Lecture Series of Beth
Israel Congregation at 8:30 p.m.
Tuesday, Feb. 27 in the syna-
gogue's Harry N Schwartz Audi-
torium.
Rabbi Sherer, who gained na-
tional prominence for his outspok-
en support of government aid to
parochial school children, vvill
speak on "Orthodoxy's New Role
in Political Action.'
Yosef Almogi, one of Israel's
leading military heroes and states-
men, will come to Miami to appear
at the Labor Zionist-Farband and
Pioneer Women Israel's 20th An-
niversary Dinner Sunday evening
at the Fontainebleau Hotel. For-
mer Minister ot Development ami
Housing of the State of Israel. Mr.
Almogi is a member of Israel's
Knesset and was tor two years
General Secretary ot the Mapai
party, a post now held by Mrs.
Golda Mot.
An annual event on behalf of
Israel Bonds sponsored by the La-
bor Zionist movement of Greater
Miami, two leaders of the move-
ment, Mayshie Friedberg and Mrs.
Harriet Green will he honored at
this dinner. Mr. Friedberg vvill be
the recipient of the Israel Freedom
Award and Mrs. Green vvill receive
the coveted Woman of Valor
Award.
The dinner committee is headed
by Dr. Leon Kronish. honorary
chairman: Morris New mark, din-
ner chairman, and Jack Filosof.
chairman of the Committee of Pa-
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Entertainment vvill be offered
by -Ian and Lillian Bart, stars of
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Yosef Almogi emigrated to Pal-
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a period ol intensive training, he
was promoted to the Haganah
Command, the general stall of the
defense unit.
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In Europe, he joined the Jewish
Brigade of the British Army as an
officer and fought against Ger-
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war in ltt-t.i. as the Allies advanced
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Friday, February 16, 1963
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
The Sin&iM Fathers
Quiz Cox
..ji

By RABBI RALPH P. KINGSLEY
Temple Sinai of North Dade
"Thou shalt have no other Gods
before Me for I. the Lord, am a
lealous God, visiting the guilt of
the fathers upon the children unto
the third and fourth generations
The second of the "ten com-
mandments'" which are read on
this Sabbath
contains a verse
which has
troubled many
sensitive indi-
viduals. W h y
should God
"visit" the guilt
of the fathers
and the fourth
and fourth gen-
eration? Why
should children
be made to suf-
Kabbi Kingsley fer for the sins
of their parents?
The question is a fair one, espe-
cially since we have been taught
that every man is responsible for
his own deeds and misdeeds. We
prefer Ezekiel's formulation:
'Shall the fathers eat sour grapes
and the children's teeth be set on
edge?"
Yet, if we are honest, the truth
}f the second commandments
viewpoint will become very clear.
This generation of children are
pawns in the teacher taxpayer
struggle that evolves before us,
because their fathers and grand-
fathers "sinned" in paying too little
altemion to our educational sys-
tem. This generation of young peo-
ple is dying in Vietnam because
their fathers blundered politically.
We ourselves are victimized by
riots and racial disturbances be-
cause our forefathers "sinned" in
.their treatment of the American
Negro.
The point is that our actions
for good or for i'.lhave effects
j which go considerably beyond our-
1 selves. In a very real sense, "the
sins of parents" whose value* are
false, or who are overly indulgent
in giving in to their child's every
whim, are "visited" upon their
"innocent" children who. at a later
time, display anti-social behavior,
or even break the law. In a like
manner, the political and moral
sins of one generation will have
their effect long after that genera-
tion has ceased to be. sometimes
well beyond the third and fourth
generation.
The challenge: To live with the
knowledge that what we do today
, will be felt tomorrow; to "consider
our deeds" so that we haven't
cause tomorrow to regret what we
! did today.
; RABBI SOL LANDAU his been
| elected vice chairman of the South
! Dade .Mental Health Foundation.
j Inc. Rabbi Landau, spiritual lead-
i er of Beth David Congregation, is
also on the board of the Mental
j Health Association of Dade Coun-
; ty. Inc.
* *
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Tr
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>9
' Fob. II Ch. 10, 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour.
Host: Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz, Temple Menorah.
Miami Beach.
#=6. II Ch. 7, 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice.
Host: Rabbi Irvine Lehrman, Temple Emanu-El,
Miami Beach.
Feb. 20 Ch. 2, 9:30-10:20 p.m. Man to Man.
Topic: The Limits of Brotherhood.
Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Piecrce.
Participants: Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Temple Emanu-
El, Miami Beach; Msgr. Joseph O'Shca; Dr. J.
Calvin Rose, Miami Shores Presbyterian Church.
Whv is the Jewish prayerbooK
so replete with refsrences to tha
reinsti-ution of animal sacrifices
in the Mess anlc era?
Basically, according to some
Talmudic authorities, the prayers
were in themselves a form of sac-
rifice. They ivptesented the sacri
fices as a type of substitute.
Furthermore, even the rational
thinkers among the medieval Jewi h
authorities explicitly state that it is
expected that animal sacrifices
wouid be re-instituted whenever
the temple would be rebuilt. To
understand the basis for this pos-
tulate, one must understand that
the Jewish people do not allow
animal sacrifices in the era of
Diaspora because of the lack of
complete moral purity, under-
standing and dedication in current
times. It takes a high degree ot
dedication both on the part of the
individual and society to be able
to reach the state of being able to
otfer an animal sacrifice. Indeed
we do take the lives of animals
for food today but we fall short
of being able to consider this an
act of sacrifice to the Divine as it
was in the days of our temple.
The act of sacrifice seemed to be
tied up with man's complete aware-
ness of the Almighty. In sacrific-
ing an animal we should be
symbolizing our unqualified sub-
mission to the discipline of Divine
commands, something which re-
quires a very hish state of moral
conditioning. In the meal offering,
it has been said, man symbolizes
"he dedication of all his property
to the Almighty. In the burnt of-
fering, where a whole animal is
burnt and sacrificed, man signi
lies that life itself belongs to the
Almighty in total. The peace of
fering, where some of the animal
is retained for the consumption of
man himself, indicates that a mea
sure of peace has been reached
between man and the Almighty
i.e., that man and the Almighty
share this world, so to speak to-
gether, by the Grace of the Heaven
ly Creator.
ro
: n of the Law on Mount Sinai.
And it came to pass on the third day, when it was nierninc
that there were thunders ami lightnings and a thick cloud iiiv.n
the mount, and the voice of a horn exceeding loud (Exod. 19:le>.
YITIIItO Word reached Jethro, Moses' father-in law, and a
priest of Midian. cf what God had done for the Israelites He
west to meet Mo-ies in the desert. Jethro advised Moses to ap-
point judges, in order to ease the burden of his sole leadership:
Moses should confine himself to the most difficult questions.
In the third month, the children of Israel heard the Ten
Commandments at Mount Sinai: God's voice declared: "I am the
Lord thy God Thou shalt have no other gods before Me.
Thou shalt not make unto thee a graven image Thou shalt not
take the name of the Lord thy God in vain Remember the
Sabbath day, to keep it holy Honor thy father and thy
mother Thou shalt not murder Thou shalt not commit
adultery Thou shalt not steal Thou shalt not bear false
witne s against thy neighbor Thou shalt not covet thy neigh-
bor's house wife nor any thing that is thy neighbor's
(Exodus 20:2 14).
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is extracted
and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage,"
edited by P Wollman-Ttamir, $15. Publisher it Shengold, and the
volume is available at 27 William St., New York S, N.Y. President
of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang.
when properly performed, was
symbolic of the lofty moral posi-
tion of society a well as the indivi-
dual a condition which is very
remote in our day and age. The
reinstitution ot animal sacrifices
would therefore symbolize the
near-perfection of the moral stat
us of man and his neighbors a
condition certainly much to be de-
sired especially in our times.
While it is true, from a practi
cal standpoint, the modern man,
under existing conditions, could
not accept nor comprehend the 1 which we know is only for a week
considered relatively permanent
Therefore one does not require a
Mezuzah in a Succah where he
spends only seven or eight days
and which he does not consider a
permanent dwelling.
When one buys his own home,
he must put up the Mezuzah run-
away (i.e., without waiting for a
thirty-day period) because the fact
that he owns his home makes it a
dwelling of permanence, there be-
ing no reason to believe that it is
only temporary (like the Succa':
existence of animal sacrifice in our
times, it is likewise true that Jew-
ish law would prohibit man from
engaging in animal sacrifices to-
day precisely because his spiritual
duration by its veiy nature).
When one rents a place to live
in Israel, one likewise must put up
a Mezuzah right away, since Israel
is considered our permanent horn.
level and his moral comprehension land. The thirty-day period applies
-
n
cannot rise to the height of under-
standing the meaning and virtue
of animal sacrifice.
Why is it that one does not
have to put a Mexuiah on a
dwelling in which he has not
lived 30 days? *
A Mezuzah is required on the
only to one who rents a dwelling
place outside Israel. In such a
case one is excused from putting
up the Mezuzahs for thirty da>-
since it is considered a temporary
dwelling until thirty days have
passed to give it the air of perm.i
nence (Talmud Bavll. Menachot
44a; Shulchan Aruch Yoreh De'ah
The act of animal sacrifice, door-posts of dwellings which are 286:22).
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA
TION. 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morris Barr.
ANSHE EMES. 2S33 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 8:4,". a.m.
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dall Dr., S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
Friday 8:3" p.m. Interracial Sabbath.
Panel discUHHion by Dr. Baumgard
and Father Theodore Gibson, pastor
>f the Christ Episcopal Church in
'oconut fSrove. During the sen-ice a
Million- in the sanctuary will be derti-
-ated in memory of Mrs. Esther
.Singer. The temple Boy Scout Troop
.vill )#* ho'nored. Saturday 11:1.*, p.m
Bar Mitzvah: Daniel, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard Goodman; Edward, son
f Dr. and Mrs. Simon Markovicy.
rCcliaious **^<
id
erviccs
1542.44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A.
Ben-Hillel.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
199th Street. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham M. Cassel.
ISRAEL (TEMPLE). OF GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Friday vis p.m Rabin Steven B
Jacob! will deliver ii sermon on "The
Religious Community and the Homo-
sexual."
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
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BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1546
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
BETH DAVID. 262* SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William w Lipson.
Friday S:B'H S:1S p.m Sermon:
"New Guide Unes In Jewish Educa-
loji Baa .^liiiyah: Ruth, daughter
A Mrs. AdelcNlelson. Saturday 9
i.m Serm7>n: "The Torah Lesson."
Bar Mitzvah: Itoger. ......f Mr and
Mrs. .loaetfhr {Shapiro. Minolta 5:30
p.m. 7 p.m Baa Mitzvah: Qlorida,
daughter of iMr,>Hn Lenhoff.
ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnass.
Friday .".:!< and K:13 pm Sermon:
"Is Brotherhood a Hoax"' Saturday
S:4", a iii Sermon: "Portion of the
Week."
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 1444
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Can the
Religious Forces Stop ih.- Slaughter in
Southeast Asia Saturday 10:45 :, ni
Bar Mllavah: Mitchell, son of Mr and
Mrs Saul VVeltaman.
MINVONAIRES SYNAGOOUe 3737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional Cantor
Louis Cohen.
BfTHi TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
SH,A* HEBREW*CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Dow Rosencwaig
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Av*"ue.
Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Friday tt-p.iif. Saturda> 9 am Ser-
mon: "The i 'ommaitdnifiiis of Life."
Mmcha 5:45 p.m.
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BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapire.'$antor Ben Dickson.
Friday 8:lo p.m. Brotherhood w. I;
Services. Quaal speaker, Vt*( '
Stephen P Clark Topi. "BrothaTlnbd
Lot I'h Keason Together" .Men's
'lub will participate In tli. Berjj'lces
and host the Ones Bhabbal s
4" a m Sermon: "A New I... .\
. If p.m. "A l-aw for Freedom."
OR OLOM (TEMPLE). Conservative
8755 SW 16th St. Miami. Rabbi
Ralph Z. Glixman. Cantor Benjamin
Ben Ari
Frldaj > p.m Baturda) 8-45 am Bar
Mitzvah: .l.ffry, son ,,f Mr and Mrs
Albert nielberman '. p.m Bar Mitz-
vah: Robert, son of Mr and Mrs
Irving Bromley. MIncha 8 p.m
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. Cantor Albert Glantz.
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash,
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Ziv Adler.
Frldaj II and 8:3n p.m Sermon "The
Hippies, Maharlahl and our Restless
$&? ', Bturd.a ' "i Sermon
W eeklj Pon.......f the R'ble Rar
Mltavah <:... Slrota ll. .iu,,i..,
' o-ngregation I0:S0 -., m
ADATH YESHURN (TEMPLE). Con-
servative. 1025 NE 18Srd St., Miami.
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Milton Schlinsky.
Cantor Harry Sterling.
Friday Bile pm Sermon: "A Jew-
ish Valentine. I>oes Love .Make the
World o> Round?" Baturda) 8:46
am Junior congregation v4.', ;, ni
BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer.
Friday 5:18 and 8:15 pm Has Mitz-
vah: Dora, daughter of Mr and Mrs
Molseti Behar BaQirdai l:Sfi a m Bar
Mitzvah: Amim ami Benjamin llaum.
I sons of Mr. and Mrs living Lerner
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
136 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi David Roaenfeld. Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum.
Kriii:,\ \ ]-, ni,. Sermon: "A I'nlted
Brotherhood." Blaterhood will host n,,.
tnieg Shabbal Saturday 8:45 a m Ser-
mon "Portl......f the Week "
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles M. Ru-
bel. Cantor Jack Lerner.
Scriptural Laaaon." Bar Mitzvah
Roy, son ot Mr and Mr* Zoltai
Llpner
-----a-----
FT. LAUDERDALE
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 547 E
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Phil >
Otiaiton. Cantor Theodore Mindic*
Friday 8:18 p.m The temple you I
group will participate in services ai
host the Oneg shabbat Saturday
a m
EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrews Avt
Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Lev.ton
Cantor Jerome Klen-ient.
HALLANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
126 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd.
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (TEMPLE). "S. 14th Ave
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffc
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BETH SHALOM (TCMFLE). '">
Monroe St. Conservative. Rar =
Morton Malavsky. Cantor Ph I
Lutman.
HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Ral.bi Alexander S
Gross.
SINAI (TEMPLE). OF NORTH DADE
Temporary office. 18801 NE 22nd
Ave. Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kmgsley.
Frldaj > I", p.m Sermon: "Question*
Saturday n a m Sermon:
f the \\...i, am service*
held .,; Washington Federal .;. \f
i- Tih stn i
SINAI (TEMPLE): 1201 Johnson S:
Conservative. Rabbi David Ship '
Cantor Yehudah Hei|braun. .
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 3500 SW f: "
Way. Conservative. .Rabbi Irv. "
Cutler.
BETH SOLOMON. 50 NW 51st Place.
Conservative.
Friday 5:30 and 8:18 p.m tm,g Bhabbal
hosted by Mr. ami .Mr- H-njamin
loaaa in honor of granddaughter
Elizabeth Jonas who is celebrating
her birthday. Saturday :i a m Minolta
r.:30 p.m.
TIFERETH JACOB (TEMPI E> OM E
I 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
1 8:15 p in Bmthi -li.....I Week
; ,;".....I Clrcull .in.',....
y; llliam \ I Topi. -The
Rellgli, H, i 'rimi IV. \
Baturdaj 15 .. m Bar M t ih
louis. son ..f Mi i il Mis Morris
(ire. berg
ZION (TEMPLE) 8000 Miller Rd. Con.
servative Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
Fridas >-r. p m Students from the
,tli and nth grade* arm preeenl a
.inta.a. Trees." in honor of Tu
n siievm.
t.onor the Senior Group.
B'NAI SHOLoVTr^p..). 275 NW i 0^0^,%.^, ^".Ch/'T.'
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Or'.hodox Rabbi T.bor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel.
KNESETH ISRAFL. 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrf.eld
Cantor Abraham Seif.
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
' Cantor Nico Feldman.
NER TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional Rabbi Eugene Labovitz Can.
tor Edward Klein.
OHEV SHALOM.* 7011 Bonita Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber.'
man.
fii"Un.1:o, *'"" '"" ^rmon: "Stand-
ing at Sinai." MIncha fi p.m.
S r^H|-R5'C tfK'.,H CENTER 645
wSSSPl Ave" eR,bbi sdi N""*a*.
Iridaj B p.m Saturdav R:30 am Ser-
mon: "The Pledge at Sinai" 8"
YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
SKoY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
"> h Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan.
l-'iioai 5 and 8:15 pm Sermon: "l.
' "' nreateal Need on hei.....ih
Annlversarj Oneg Shabbal l ,
n> Mr and Mrs Bldney Ooldman
satur.laj 9 a m Sermon: !-,.. i ~
Critical Hour." MIncha 5 15 p.m.
V<^NG ,SRAEL OF~GREATER Ml.
AMI. 90 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftah Porush.
POMPANO 8EACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE)., 132 SW. VW
Ave., Conservative. Rabbi 'MJrr
A. Skop. Cantor Leon Segal.
Frldaj B:lfi p m nwiisum a.i%.-*- a.
1'nss.nt. Reflections on In-Law*
i illl I... w Saturday : ., i: SntU
daj 8 a m
SURFSIDE
CORAL GABLES
JUDEA (TEMPLE). 5500 Granda Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper
Fridav S:l5 pm R!ll Kipper will
conduct an "Ask the Rabbi" session
[lng serv-ices. Saturdav H:ir.
Mr ..^rtr^""!^,V -Ml"'1'<"'l A son of
Mr. and Mrs Robert Rosen.
ZAMORA ITEMPlV. 44 Zamora Ave
er. Cantor Seymour Hinket.
Friday 8:11 p.m. Sermon: Inner
BpaC* F.xlstence In the Out Spa. e
Age." Saturday 8:15 a.m. Serm".'
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
Surfside Community Center* Q3
Collins Ave. Orthodox: Rsbb. Isa-i"
D. Vina.
Friday .-.::ill p.m S..tgrjl..y 9 a.m..
CANDLELIGHT1NG TIME
17 SHEVAT 5:55


.. lav.
February 16 1968
*tfi^istfk)rkUan
Paqe 13-A
NCCJ Education And Persuasion
Aims At Equal Rights For All
By STERLING W .BROWN
Presidsnt, National Conferanca
of Christians nA Jaws
When thoughtful and concerned
\ ; nans formed the NCCJ in j
l ... wave of anti-Catholicism which
erupted in the campaign of Alfred
E Smith for the Presidency. Since I
then, 'he NCCJ has carried on a
linuing educational program to
combat bigotry, strengthen na-
tlonal unity and bui!d interreligious
i i racial understanding.
slants, Catholics. Orthodox
Jew) banded together har-
ily in the NCCJ have blunt-
force of anti-Catholicism
Minitism in the last forty
Interreligious harmony is
.. a reality. Thus, NCCJ'a
..-:ul programs involving
teachers, clergy, police and
and business leaders have
i rhe value of its educational
: to ro.it out the prejudices
..de Americans.
1 ver, at this fortieth anni-
!\ we must do more than
. ite the past. We must face the
.( of the future. The cen-
fact of the contemporary
i- civic disruption as citizens
_..:> demand equal opportunity
ill.
lii is not a Negro problem
- is not a white problem. This
.- ,i human relations problem. B;it
anno! be ..solved by riots and
i ng, the un-American and un-
acceptable form of protest! Cath-
olics, Protestants and Jews must
bring to hear with even greater
vigor all Of the educational mcth
el- availableteaching, dialogue.
P< i-on to person communication
:>'' reasoned confrontation to
America truly "one nation
under God. indivisible, with liberty
and justice for all."
The challenge to NCCJ in the
future lies in assisting every Amer-
ican. regardless of creed or color.
lire through peaceful social
change, equal opportunity in
merit, in education, in hous-
! in public accommodation.
M upon all Americans to join
observance of Brotherhood
Brotherhood Greetinqs
*
S. ROSS CO.
DECORATORS
4115 PRAIRIE AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Brotherhood Gre*>tinos
To Oor Jewish Friends
and Customers
ARCHIE'S
Standard Oil Service
Station
9001 S.W 152nd STREET
235-9672
Ro*d Service Auto Repairs
>c!he!hood Greetinqs To our
ewish Friends & Customers
CAMPBELL'S
ATLANTIC SERVICE
2390 S.W. 57tfi AVENUE
Phon A67-9267
DEMOCRACY
AT WORK
Nathmui Courtmn if Cmtsria*s m Jiws

.4// Americans Must
Share In Brotherhood
By JACKIE ROBINSON, Chairman
National Brotherhood Week
Brotherhood is a togetherness, a
common interest with your fellow
man Children without prejudice
.n-i -- pi n s Go given concept. But
-.i m the) art unwisely taught
riminate The National Con-
. n nee o! Christiana and Jews has
for tne pa-.t forty year- sought to
counter this ignorance and preju-
dice through reason and appeal. It
was therefore a great honor for me
to accept the role as Chairman of
the National Brotherhood cam-
paign in 168 and to be part of
this effort to educate the public.
I am proud of our American her-
itage. And I sec promise in its fu-
ture. Because 1 have witnessed
brotherhood in every phase of
American lifein school, in sports.
in business, I wish to share this
feeling with others. Sadly enough,
only a few know its rewardsthis
feeling of comradeship, helping
vour neighborno matter what re-
ligion, race or color. We must ex-
tend these rewards to all Ameri-
Weck. a time for rededication to year, let us through education and
the values of the Judeo-Christian persuasion provide for others the
tradition. rights and dignities we desire for
Working together throughout the ourselves.
Brotherhood Greetinqs to the
Jewish Community
JOHN'S ATLANTIC
SERVICE STATION
10291 N.W. 27th Avenue
Phone 691-9900
Bioiheihood Greetinqs
To The Jewish Community
WHITEY'S
TEXACO SERVICE
4190 W. FLAGLER STREET
Phone 443-9198
JIM CRUMBO, Owner
Brotherhood Greetinos
To Our Jewish Fmnds
and Customers
BILL'S EXPRESSWAY
ATLANTIC SERVICE
10260 N.W. 7th Avenue
Phone 754-8321
WM. BILL A. SLAPPEY
Owner
Brotherhood Greetinqs
MIAMI MARINE
ENGINEERS, INC.
418 S.W 2nd AVENUE
Brotherhood Grsetinqs
CLARENCE'S
ATLANTIC
Service Station
Complete Auto Repairs
Free Pickup and Delivery
1200 N.W. 119th Street
Phone 688-3386
Brotherhood Greetinqs
WHITT'S ATLANTIC
SERVICE STATION
8695 BIRD ROAD
221-2637-221-9026
Pickup Delivery Road Service
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL. .
BETTER VACUUM SERVICE CO.
Sales and Service All Makes
SMALL APPLIANCE REPAIRS-PARTS 4 SERVICE
12327 NE 6th AVE., No. Miami. Fla. PI !
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL. .
Complete Marine Electrical Service
Marine
Electrical Service, Inc.
MIAML FLORIDA
1480 N.W. 22nd COURT
PHONE NE 5-6531
Brotherhood Greetings To Entire Jew^h Community
NATIONAL
TITLE
COMPANY
ABSTRACTS TITLE INSURANCE MORTGAGES
MAIN OFFICE
151 SW 27th AVE. Ph. 444-1601
Branches:
luntmgtcn Medical Bldg.
Fort Laudeidale
Brotherhood Greetings To Entire Jewish Community
THE TOWN RESTAURANT
153 N.E. 1st Street
lREAKFAST LUNCHEON DINNER
Viusi Air Conditioned 7 A.M. to 2 A.NL
Closed Sunday
Phone FR 4-4733
Brotherhood Greetings To Entire Jewish Community
C. L CLEMENTS INSURANCE CO.
1143 KANE CONCOURSE
'" BAY HARBOR ISLAND
MR. BELL
Phone 945-6563
Brotherhood Greetinqs To Entire Jewish Community
RAYMOND'S Famous Steak House
and Cocktail Lounge
ONE AND ONLY LOCATION
16410 BISCAYNE BLVD. Ph. 945-$294
Brotherhood Greetings To Entire Jewish Community
. IA\ A WOODM V\
REALTOR
88 Merrick Wcry Phone HI 3-2534
Brotheihood Greetings to our Jewish Frier.ds and Clients
DEL FORK
PAINTING DECORATING
1658 N.W. 19th STREET Phone NE 5-8912
-:- YOUR INCOME TAX -:-
J. E. MARQUA, CO.
Federal Tax Consultant Since 1933 MIAMI'S TAX FRIEND
Here All Year, Same Location
14560 N.W. 27th Ave. Opa Locka Ph. 681-7051


Page 14-A
vjmisti norfdKart
Friday, February 16, '.368
How Does Bigotry
Affect The Bigot?
Almost invariably when we think
of the victims of prejudice, we
think of the persons receiving the
slur or acts of intolerance. Just for
a change, however, we miyht con-
sider the effects of bigotry upon
the person who does the insulting.
and upon all of us.
First of all, we might weigh the
moral implications of prejudice.
The great Christian commandment
is to love your neighbor, not hate
him. All religious communities
within the Judaeo-Christian tradi-
tion subscribe to this. It has be-
come so much a Western way of
life that we don't even question its
validity any more. Can any civi-
lized person believe that man was
created to hate?
Second, we can use the insights
which modern psychology has giv-
en us into the emotion of hate.
Certainly, hate is not a healthy in-
dicator. It does not speak much for
the inner security and tranqtiility
of a person who cannot be at peace
with his neighbor. Momentary-
anger is understandable and nor-
mal; but lingering hate is certainly
not the best sign of sound mental
health
Lastly, we might consider preju-
dice from what can be called the
hard, commen sense approach.
Prejudice costs moneyeveryone's
moneyat least 13 billion dollars of
3rotherhood Greetinqs From
VENETIAN NURSING ft
CONVALESCENT HOME
fOR All TTPf CASK
1330 NE Bay shore Dr.
Miami 379-7649
MR. AND MRS.
NATHAN K. SPECTOI
Directors
Dorothy A. Wicks, R N.
Director of Nursing
it a year, according to a recent gov-
ernment report. That's what this
country wastes annually in fail-
ing to develop all potential skills
within our entire labor force, white
and non-white; in higher wages
which these trained workers might
have earned and pumped back into
our economy; in the terrible prop-
erty depreciation which occurs in
slums. The cost in human values
of all this, of course, cannot be
calculated.
It makes U8 wonder just who gets
hurt the most by prejudice.
Thirty-five years ago. the year
Brotherhood Week started, a com-
mon word of caution at every rail-
road crossing in America read:
"Stop, Look and Listen."' Today
these signs are rarely seen, having
been replaced by electronically op-
erated bells or gates, by under-
passes or bridges.
The road is well marked. Man-
kind, in his race to reach the stars,
, to explore the outer reaches of
space, is driving ahead. Thirty-live
years have passed. Those old rail
road signs might well read now
"Brotherhood Week." For Brother
hood Week is a time to stop, to
look at ourselves and to listen lor
the indications of injustice, divi-
siveness and bigotry which mar
our democracy.
Brotherhood
Some Rules
What are the general rules for
the observance of "Brotherhood
Week and of Brotherhood as
a concept 365 days a year? None
except:
Brotherhood does not mean we
have to love everyone. It means we
should give ourselves the chance
to understand people of every
race, creed, and nationality as
individuals and then decide.
Accept or reject a person
strictly on his own merits as a
human being and not because he
happens to be different.
Don't think that Brotherhood
is easy and can be accomplished in
a day or week through a simple
switch in mental attitude.
Brotherhood has to be prac-
ticed every minute of every day as
any major accomplishment must
be practiced.
Rememberit takes a long
time and many mistakes to learn
the simplest arithmetic. Brother-
hood takes practice, too.
Brotherhood is like climbing a
mountain. We must start at the
bottom.
Don't try to tackle too great a
difference in understanding. Start
simply in your own home and fam-
ily and work out to ever more
difficult self-assignments in Broth-
erhood.
Find someone among your
acquaintances who has a greater
understanding of his fellow man.
Cultivate his friendship and dis-
cuss your problems and doubts.
He will appreciate your need and
bo glad to share his experience.
You will be the beneficiary.
Remember as you grow in
your knowledge and understanding
of Brotherhood, you become an
example for others to follow.
Don't be afraid to talk to
strangers, but be prepared to listen
as well.
Don't be afraid to be an indi-
vidual and have ideas, when you
know in your heart that you are
right. The damnation of our so-
ciety is its conformity and fear to
stand up and be counted.
Brotherhood Greetinqs
to our Jewish friends
and Customers
BILL HEYDEN'S
TEXACO SERVICE
25C1 GALIANO
CORAL GABLES
Phone 443-4977
Brotherhood Greetinqs
to the Jewish Community
BAILEY'S
Laundry and
Dry Cleaning
2455 N.W. 54hS STREET
Phone 635-5428
3rotherhood Greetinqs From
LEE'S TACKLE.
Inc.
Established 1920
324 NE. 13th STREET
Ph. 371-7804
MANUFACTURERS
RETAIL
Fishing Tackle Repairing
Marine Equipment
Brotherhood Greetinqs
TO THE ENTIRE
JEWISH COMMUNITY
LASSETER'S
Texaco Service Station
290 N.I. 167th ST.
Dial 945-9160
Brotherhood Greetinqs
To Our Friends and Patrons
Jim Wood
Land Clearing
3085 N.W. 54th STREET
Ph. 635-6102
Brotherhood Greetinqs
TO EVERYONE
from
MANNY MARCUS
RADIO TOWER
TV
822 5th St., Miami Beach
Phone JE 8-2231
Brotherhood Greetinqs
TO OUR FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS
NEILS
Atlantic Service
9798 Bird Road
DIAL 221-9992
Brotherhood Greetinqs From
J. & W. PLUMBING
SERVICE, INC.
1222 NW 29th STREET
Phone NE 5-4435
Tom JayJim Washington
MIAMI, FLORIDA
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL. .
LAMSON & TYRE
ELECTRIC CO.. INC.
ELECTRIC CONTRACTORS
COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL
MAINTENANCE REPAIRS
Ph. 667-1688 5523 S.W. 8th ST.
Brotherhood Greetings
To The Entire
Jewish Community
M. B. GARRIS
CIVIL AND CONSULTING ENGINEERS
622 S.W. 27th Avenue Phone HI 6-0836
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO All. .
STANDARD OFFICE SYSTEMS
OF MIAMI, INC.
"Photo Copy Machines of All Types"
1930 N.E. 151st STREET
Ph. 945-8721
Brotherhood Greetings To Entire Jewish Community
MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER
V\r. and Mrs. Jacob Rabinowitz
W. and Mrs. David Rabinowitz
M*. and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz
hAr. and Mrs. Sol Goldstein

3400 N.W. 31st Street
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL. .
ATLAS ROOFING CO., INC.
All Types of Residential & Industrial Roofs
* WE ARE EXPERTS in LARGE and SMALL LEAKS *
122 W. 23rd STREET Hialeah
Ph. 885-1641
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL
WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC CORPORATION
mivisioN Division
634-5461
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL. .
w. < \mtoi i it *i so Y
Real Estate Appraiser Member, American Institute Appraiser
15450 N.W. 27th AVENUE
Ph. 685-2962
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL. .
HOME LUMBER & Industrial Supply Corp.
1050 E. 25th Street Hialeah, Fla. Phone 691-8515
Hank Penchanslcy
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS TO ALL
ZELICKS TOBACCO
326 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 538-1544
BROTHERHOOD GREETINGS
SEARLE & MORRIS INSURANCE, INC.
411 FORMS OF INSURANCE
113 AIMERIA AVENUE cotM 6ABlf$

Phone 443-2553


FnccyJ'ebruary 16,. 1968
vJknist: n&rtdKan
Page 15-A
Seek Out Innocence In Others
Thi, is a fundamental tenet of-dencr admissible. Hearsay evidence with our fellow man'
. |aW of our land. A man stands la stricken from the record. Every-
2ore the bar of iujrtice, innocent | thinK is done to protect the rights ; Thr"gn Brotherhood Week spoil-
intil in the minds of a jury, he|Of the individual. sored by the National Council of
,, Keen proven guilty. Christians and Jews in February.
iab I Wn>' ls thls- d<> >'ou suppose? we symbolize the ideal toward
The defense and prosecuting at- The law will make every effort to which we all must devote our ef-
tornfys examine A juror for establish innocence before it con- forts during the remaining days of
evidence of sympathy or prejudice. demns for the simple reason that
It cither is detected the juror is we believe in human worth and
dismissed In the conduct of a trial the rights of the individual
the year as well.
established fact is the only evi-
Dinner To Feature
[nterfaith Panel
Herbert L. Dubbin, president of
B ft Am s Brotherhood, announces
ninth annual Interfaith
*ill take place Tuesday
evening in the -ocial ha'.l.
The Brotherhood will act as host
lo the leadership of four South
Dado n oils groups St. Louis
Cathoiu Church, Christ the King
Lutheran Church. Coral Gables
Congregational Church, and Pine-
Presbyterian Church.
The 6:30 p.m. dinner will be fol
lowed by a pane! discussion.
Racial Problems
To Be Discussed
The Coral Gables B'nai B'rith
r will observe Brotherhood
., its monthly meeting Tues-
diy, 8 30 p.m.. at the Hillel Foun-
dation on the University of Miami
Campus, 1100 Miller Dr.
Harold Dole, host of a radio pro-
gram, will give a talk on racial
probh ms and progress in the com-
munity
ASSER LEVY was the first Amer
iean Jewish citizen and a cham-
Dior. of civil and religious liberty
This is a great principle of
democracy and brotherhood.
Now let us examine our practice
in human relations in the day-to-
day interrelationship of American
citizens. Does the same rule apply?
The answer is a tragic "no.'" re-
suiting in the conviction and sen-
tence of millions of our fellow
citizens to a prison of prejudice.
The very word prejudice means to
prejudge. Those of us who practice
ii are accepting hearsay evidence.
We do not search for the truth. We
are. in fact, false jurors We will
not grant to our fellow human be-
ings the rights we reserve for hard-
ened criminals.
The ideals of Brotherhood are
those of democracy and the law
I Brotherhood asks us not to pre
'judge other human beings, or to
accept hearsay evidence. It asks us
to accept our fellow beings as in-
. dividuals. not as members of dif
ferent groups. It asks us to get to
know one another for our strength
as well a- weaknessesto establish
the facts in each individual case
! and to make a decision only after
careful and considered judgment.
Brotherhood does not mean that
we have to like everyoneonly
' that we have reason for our judg-
\ merit
I,et us remember these rules of
brotherhood, democracy and the
law during this observance of
5'o'Herhood Greetings
Your FIGURE Problem
Is NO PROBLEAA to the
PERFECT
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1755 SW 8th STREET
Miami, Florida
FR 9-9837
UCAirlY IARPIT Af
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.t>r HOTEL-MOTEL
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CARPET YOUR ROOM
for only $40.00*
'20 sq. yds. limit
PAUL'S CARPET
WAREHOUSE
31 N.W. 23rd STREET
Phone FR 4-8435
3rotherhooci Greennqs From
Sol MogdVll
REALTOR
605 LINCOLN ROAD
Phone IE 8-8551
Brotherhood Greetinqs From
THE HACK FAMILY
MIAMI FOOD STORE
b5 N. E. 14th Street
Phone FR 3-2038
Visit Our Store on U.S. 1.
Plantation Key. Florida
"Keys Paylair"
Brotherhood Greetings To
The Community
B. W. THACKER
AGENCY
TYPEWRITERS
Adding Machines
Check Writers
SOLD RENTED
MEPA1RED
339 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
Brotherhood Greetings From
from
YOCXG
AGES
604 LINCOLN ROAD
ELI LINIADO
3rotherhood Greetings From
ioii\ L.
POWERS
ROOFING
RE-ROOFING REPAIRS
Ph 531-3018
Licensed a
' '. -
1616 ALTON ROAD
Miami Beach
brotherhood Greetinqs Fiom
BALDWIN
Mortgage Co.
BALDWIN
Insurance Agency, IlK.
PHONt FR 4 8111
340 B"iscayne Blvd.. Miami
amor.- early settler* in New York Brotherhood Week and carry them
Cit, He died in 1681. i with us always in our dealings
Brotherhood Greetings From
CARPET MART
970 S.W. 8th Street
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Friday. February 16, 1968

Hebrew Language Group Honors William Agranove
William Agranove, president of meeting Wednesday at Templi
the Moadon Hahistadiuth Haivrith. Beth Sholom, Miami Beach Speak
H >brew language and culture club, ers included habbi Shimon Azulax
was honored bv the group on the a past president, who tddressi
occasion of his 80th birthday at a the group on "The New Israel
--------- and Leon Segal, who spoke on I i
Beth Moshe Sisterhood B Shevat
u. t .u Zevi Perach presented a trihir-
Rev. Theodore R Oltaonoffee J ,llu|J^(,
Chrisl Episcopal Church. Coconut Yosef Jjmue.
Grove, addressed the regular meet- viq1 ent^ealMl"
of the Beth Moshe Sisterhood """"
in-
Monday on the occasion of Broth-
erhood Week. Mrs p.avid Rosen-
eld spoke on Tu B'Shevat and
kfrs -lack Lampert gave a report
on social action. Mrs. Sidney I..
Sihoen. president, presided at the
meeting.
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SUCCESS OF THE recent Lawyers Divi-
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Emergency Fund dinner is discussed by left
to right, host Arthur H. Courshon, cochairmaa
Miss Shirley Joins Staff
Of Ivanhoe Dinner Service
Miss Shirley, a 20-year veterin
in the food handling and party-
catering business, has joined Ivan-
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party catering In addit;on to plan-
ning and supervising the food serv-
ice. Miss Shirley, upon request, will
arrange details necessary to a suc-
cessful party.
Miss Shirley is a member of the
Food Executives Club, American
Businesswomen Association and
has been active in various local
charitable organizations.
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Miami, Florida. Friday 16, 1968
lion 5
DISCUSSING THE PROGRAM for ihe Lcbar Zicnist-Farband
ar.c Pioneer Women Dinner to ce!"b'at head's ?rth Ann:
versary Sunday evening at the Fontaineoleau Hotel, are
i chairman Morris Ncwmc.k .riq'it), Dr. Simsn Wilen-
skv left) and Dr. Isaac Unterman. 'center) honorary co-
chc.rmen.
Sen. Edward Kennedy
Is Seminary Speaker
Rabbi Reines At
Temple Israel
Rabbi Alvin .1 Reines, professor
of Jewish Philosophy at the He-
brew Union College in Cincinnati,
will be Sunday's guest lecturer at
the Greenfield
Adult Institute
of Temple Is-
rael of Greater
Miami.
"Reform Ju-
daism as a Lib-
eral Religion"
will be his sub-
let.
Rabbi Reines
is a graduate of
the Hebrew
Union College-
of Religion and
Rabbi Reines
Jewish Institute
Si Kdwaril M Kennedy will
deliver the principal address at
tin ninth annual Convocation Din
i oi the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America on Monday.
Feb 26, at Temple Kmanu-EI,
Miami Beach, it was announced
thi> week by Dr. Louis Finkelstein.
( ncellor of the Seminary.
Rarlier in the day. Dr. Finkel-
stein will confer the honorary de-
gree of Doctor of Laws upon the
S tin- from Massachusetts at a
special Convocation at the Temple.
1701 Washington Ave.
Sen. Kennedy is being cited as
an "unstinting champion of the
di-advantaged of the world: con-
stant seeker after creative solu-
t uis to the perplexing problems of
our times; devoted public servant,
and an outstanding exemplary of
the highest traditions of our na-
tion"
hoi.I- a Ph.D. degree from Harvard
University, He has served as a
visiting lecturer at a number of
colleges, and has written on me-
dieval philosophy, the philosophy
ol Reiorm Judaism and on liberal
religion.
Rcbbi David Lthrfield, spiri-
tual leuder o! Kneieth Israel
Ccnqieqation, will be the
quest speaker at the annual
dinner of Mesivta Tonh
Vodaath to be held Sunday
eveninq at Ihe Fontainebleau
Hotel.
Shepard Bread,
Morton Silberman
UJA-IEF Speakers
Mayor Shepard Broad of Bay
Harbor Village, will be keynote
speaker when the North Broward
Jewish Federation launches the
pacesetters division of the 1968
United Jewish Appeal and Israel
Emergencv Fund drive on Thurs-
day. Feb. 22.
The evening meeting will be
held at the home of Ralph Marks.
2824 NE 25th Ct.
Civic leader Morton Silberman
will be the guest speaker Sunday
evening. Feb. 25. at the home of
Ira Boris. 2269 NE 31st St.. for the
initial gifts meeting of the 1968
combined campaign.
President of the North Broward
' Jewish Federation is Ludwik
Brodzki.
UN. iDWAKD KtHNlDY
the Miami Beach Civic League He
was president of Temple Emanu
El for many years and \ now its
A member of the Massachusetts
Bar since 1959. he was elected to honorary lite president
:: United States Senate Nov. 6,
IM>2 to fill the unexpired term of
h.* late brother and was reeleeted
to a lull term in 1964
Miklos Sperling, prominent in-
(i ,-lriaiist. will serve as dinner
man.
\ highlight of the Convocation
D i ner will be the presentation to
Harrj Sirkin. a pioneer in the de-
ipment of Miami Beach and
minent in many facets ol Jew
i-h community Hie. ol one of the
highest awards of the Conserva-
Movement. He will receive
the Seminary's National Commu-
nit> Service Award.
Mr Sirkin came to Miami Beach
. nost four decades ago and was
I rominent in the founding of Tem-
ple Emanu-Kl. Mount Sirai Hos-
pital, the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, the Jewish Home for
the Aged of Greater Miami, and
He has also played a leading
role in institutions serving the
sick, the aged, and the youth. Mr.
Sirkin has been honored by the
Israel Bond Organization. Temple
Emanu-El. Miami Beach Civic
League, the Zionist Organization of
America, and a score of others
Dr. Finkelstein will present the
award to Mr. Sirkin citing him for
"dedication to the high principles
of Judaism, selfless support of the
programs of the Jewish Theologi-
cal Seminary of America and ex
emplary leadership in endeavors
to enrich the spiritual life ol the
community."
Other recipients ol the bronze
plaque award wifc> be: Herschel
Blumberg. Washington. DC: Jack
A.Goldfa.l). New York City. Mayer
Kaplan. Chicago, 111 ; Louis Kasle,
Flint. Mich : and Leo A Lippman,
Indianapolis, Ind.
Maccabiah Eyes
Miami Feneers
Seven Miami area fencers are
being "seriously considered" as
candidates to compete in the
Eighth Annual Maccabiah Games
next June in Israel, according to
Isadore Wasserman of North Mi-
ami Beach. U S Committee chair-
man
Mi Wasserman said the only
woman in the group, members ol
U- Gold Coast Division of the
___________ Amateur Fencers League ol Amer-
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Lati sa^ T^\^ I *'t' '"lk'''1 (""" ,,f lhe '"p
aaW^-^kl I women fence.-, in the country, he
E M- 11 said. Male hopefuls include Manny
W ^k I I porest, [)ean Alcxandei S\ Eisen
*"i feld. Fred Scharfatein, Dr. A! Gard-
ner and Jerry Halpem
The fencers are members of a
local group which will conduct five
tournaments during the Miami In-
ternational Sport, Vacation and
Palace Playhouse at 8 p.m. Key Auditorium.
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Arnold Forster, qenoral coun-
sel of Anti-Defamation Leaque
l B'nai B'rith, will dfocUM
*he Middle East cr^is at the
Feb. 19th annual ADL meet-
"nq of Gold Coast Lodq at


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Mt. Sinai Hospital Plays Host Here
To Leadership Institute For Auxiliary
fKANK SIS AT It A
IPHRA1M EVRON
CONRAD rtlTlU
Evron, Teitell To Address Histadrut
Conclave Honoring Frank Sinatra
Frank Sinatra will receive his
second international award in the
field of youth work Feb. 24 when
!he Israel American Histadrut
Development Foundation and the
State of Israel honor him at a ti -
timonial dinner.
The banquet at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel will conclude the third
annual Mid-Winter Conference of
the Histadrut Foundation, which
opens Thursday night. Feb. 23.
with a reception honoring mem-
bers of the National Advisory
Board of the Foundation Jt the
Bay Harbor Islands home of Mr.
and Mrs. Lou Poller.
Mr. Sinatra will receive the cov-
eted international Histradut Medal
of Honor at the Miami Beach
Proceeds From
Art Showing Go
To Torah School
A one-man showing by Israeli
artist Zvi Raphaeli will be held at
the Forte Towers South Auditori-
um. 1000 West Avc. on Sundav,
Feb. 25.
The show, which wil' be opened
at 2 p.m. by Mrs, Jay Dernier,
herself a native Israeli, will r-jn
until 10 p.m.
All paintings will be for sale.
with proceeds soina to the Oholei
Torah School, whose Women's
Committee is sponsoring the show-
ing.
Raphaeli. born in Egypt in 1924.
went to what then was Palestine
in 140 He studied in Paris at the
L'Ecole des Beaux Arts, under
Jean Souverbie. In the past 10
years, he has had one-man show-
ings in Jerusa'em, and has par-
ticipated in group exhibitions in
Montreal. Toronto and Ottawa.
Canada: in Washington. DC, Chi-
cago. Baltimore, Detroit ar.d New
York.
His paintings han- In numerous
private collections and also at the
Princeton University Art Gallery
in New Jersey and the Beaver
brook Art Gal>rj ir. Mo-treal
banquet on the occasion of the
consecration of the Frank Sinatra
International Youth Center in Naz-
areth. Israel. Mr, Sinatra's own
gilt of S100.000 sparked the suc-
cessful effort to build the youth
center, which serves youngsters of
all faiths, in the historic Israeli
city.
William H. Sylk. who will arrive
here next week to confer with local
and national officers planing the
conference, is himself extremely
active in youth work He is chair-
man of the board of the Governor
Laurence Youth Center in Israel
and serves on the board of direc-
tors of Technion and of the Allied
Jewish Appeal of Philadelphia.
Chairman of the board of Mai-
monides Hospital in Philadelphia.
he is the former president of the
Foundation of the Jewish National
Fund of the Seaboard Region and
is an officer of Har Zion Temple,
largest Conservative congregation
in Pennsylvania, the auditorium of
which bears his name.
Ephraim Evron. Israel's Minis-
ter Plenipotentiary to the United
States, and Dr. Sol Stein, national
executvie director of the Histadrut
Foundation, will take par. in an
afternoon-lone seminar en "Bene-
fifting the People of Israel and
Yourself."
Conrad Teitel'.. one of the na-
tion's leading experts on the tax
aspects of estate planning, wil! be
the principal speaker Friday. Feo.
Zi. at 1:30 p.m. at the opening
session of the Conference
Mr Teitell is editor of "Taxwise
Giving." a monthly philanthropic
tax guide, a consultant to the Com-
m.ttee on Taxation and Philan-
thropy of the American College
Public Relations Association, a
member of the National Associa-
tion of College and University
Attorneys and an arbitrator for the
American Arbitration Association.
Mr. Evron. who served as Is-
rael's second-ranking representa-
tive in the United States during
last year's Six-Day War. will report
on continuing economic problems
confronting Israel more than eight
months after her decisive military
\ ictory.
Dr. Stein, a prominent economist
in Belgium, Israel and the United
States, also directs the S5.000.000
annual Histadrut campaign which
will be launched this weekend at a
New York national rollcall confer-
ence. He will outline future plans
of the Foundation.
The Feb. 23 afternoon session is
open, without any charge or regis-
tration fee. to all persons inter-
e.-ted in estate planning, Israel,
new methods of charitable giving
and to lawyers, trust officers, ac-
countants and stock brokers.
BERNIE BEKKOW Sales Manager
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Hospital Auxiliaries from the
-outh District attended a leader-
ship institute at Mount Sinai Hos-
ital this weekend
Mount Sinai Auxiliary members
>articipating were: Mrs. Leonard
. Wien. moderator: panelists Mrs.
Martin Kurzweil, Mrs. Raymond
.:. Feiner. Mrs. Alexander Libow.
Sculptor Mark
To Talk On Art
Nehemiah Mark, well known
wood sculptor, will speak at the
fourth session of the seminar for
Hebrew Teachers Friday at the
Offices of the Bureau of Jewish
1 Education.
Mr. Mark will discuss -Art as
an Aid in the Teaching of Hu
mash." Zvi Rosenkranz, Instructor
at Beth David Religious School.
and Mrs. jo er at Temple Israel, will act as
discussants.
The seminar is sponsored by the
Bureau of Jewish Education, un-
der the direction of Dr. Nathaniel
Soroff. consultant.
Nehemiah Mark was born in
Lithuania and studied in the fa-
mous Yeshiva at Slnhodka. He
came to the United Slates over 50
years ago.
He sculpts ideas, personalities,
legends, and Bible quotations.
Mrs. Norman Holland and Mrs
Murray Kern.
Assisting in the day's program
were registrars, Mrs. Lester Rat
sky and Mrs. Bertram Thorpe; hos
pitality. Mrs. Sidney Gruber and
Mrs Sherman R. Kaplan: publici-
ty, Mrs. Arthur Burrell. Kits were
prepared by Mrs. James Ruby and
Mrs. Sam Wiesen.
Participating in the sessions were
representatives from various hos-
pitals in the South District of the
State of Florida. Serving as mod-
erator was Mrs. David Coay, Me-
morial Hospital. Hollywood, and
panelists Mrs Fay Carpenter |
Bethesda Memorial Hospital, Boyn-
ton Beach; Mrs. Ted Lotterni.ui.
Miami's Cedars of Lebanon Ho..
I> t.il; anil Mrs Sam Holding, rep-
resenting Holy Cross Hospital in
Ft. I.auderdale.
Presiding was Mrs Yale N Lev
iion. president of Mount Sinai
Hospital Auxiliary and first vie,
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Friday, February 16 1968
* Jenisti Fkricfirmn
Paqe 3-B
Seymour Friend Cited By
Jewish Convalescent Home
Seymour Friend has been se-
lected to receive the 1968 "Man of
The Year Award" of the Jewish
Convalescent Home of South Flor-
ida, it "as announced this week.
The award will be presented at
the community-supported Home's
Hebrew Free Loan
Installation Slated
For February 25th
The Greater Miami Hebrew Free
Loan Association will hold its an-
nual installation dinner at 6 p.m.
Sunday. Feb. 25 in the Deauville
Hotel. Earl Faircioth. Attorney
General of the State of Florida.
will serve as Installing officer, and
the invocation will be given by
Rabbi Solomon Schiil of Beth El
Congregation.
Officers to be installed for 1!>li8
are Isadore Schwartz, president:
Franklin D. Kreutzer. executive
vice president; Mrs. Rose Siegel,
program vice president; Mrs. Clara
Eokhaus, membership vice presi-
dent; Mrs. Bessie Rappaport, treas-
urer; Zelda Kunst, recording sec-
retary: Harry Gitlin. correspond-
ing secretary; Fred Ocns, financial
secretary.
The installation will mark the
18th or Chai term as president for
Isadore Schwartz, communal lead-
er and cofounder of the Hebrew
Free Loan. Mr. Schwartz is active
in the Jewish community and is a
past president of the Beth El So-
cial Club, and vice president of
Congregation Beth El.
He is president of Chescd Shel
Ernes of Greater Miami and serves
on the board of directors or the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and Bikur Cholim of Miami Beach
and is chairman of the Chevra Ka-
disha 01 Greater Miami. He is also
a member of the Knights of Pyth-
ias, <) Order.
Mr. Kreutzer. unanimously elect-
ed to the newly created position of
executive vice president, will also
serve as general counsel and legal
advisor to the association. Mr.
Kreutzer is active in Jewish and
communal activities and serves as
attorney for the D.ide County Dem-
ocratic Executive Committee and
is the chairman of the City of
Miami Charter Review Board. Ib-
is a former religious school super-
visor and administrator.
Another innovation for the asso-
ciation will be an advisory board
on matters of membership and
fund raising. To be installed on
the first advisory board are Judge
Meyer M. Brilliant. Judge Irving
Cypen, Mayor Jay Dcrmer, Hon.
Joe Nevel. Judge William Pallot,
Rabbi Solomon Schiff and Judge
Sam Silver.
The Hebrew Free Ixian Associa-
tion is devoted to making interest-
free loans to needy individuals in
the community. The organization
has assets of $30,000 and 375
members.
Music for the dinner will be pro-
vided by Irving I'ietrack and his
orchestra.
annual New Horizons Dinner
Dance at the Fontainebleau Hotel
March 10. This year's dinner will
mark the 'bar mitzvah" anniver-
laf) ol the Home.
Mr. Friend, a resident of the
Greater Miami area for the past
21 years, resides with his wife
Shirley and teen age sons Richard
and Michael, in Coral Gables.
Well known for civic and charita-
ble work, Mr. Friend is an active
participant in many local organi-
zations. He is currently treasurer
and a member of the Board of Di
rectors of Beth David Synagogue,
a member of the Elks Club, and
and officer of the Hibiscus Masonic
Lodge. He serves on the board of
directors of Abbey Hospital and
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion, and was recently chairman of
Beth David's Israel Bond Drive
Dinner Dance.
The Jewish Convalescent Home's
annual award is made to the per-
son who, in the opinion of the board
01 directors, has made significant
contributions to the welfare of the
Jewish community as a whole. Pre-
vious recipients of the award in-
clude Margaret and Abe C. Fine.
Jack Stein. Michael Forte, and
Leonard Zilbert. Mr. Zilbert will
serve as executive chairman of
this year's Bar Mitzvah Dinner.
Man To Man Panel On Zamora Forum
Sf r/MOt/ff FRIEND
Candidate For National Award
State Rep. Kenneth M. Myers,
who has been named by the Flor-
ida Jaycees as one of the "Five
outstanding Young Men" in Flor-
ida, will now automatically be con-
sidered by the National Jaycees
organization for the nomination as
one of the 10 outstanding young
men in the country
Gump Judaea
Reunion Held
The annual Camp Judaea re-
union for campers, parents aid
friends was held Sunday afternoon
at Temple Beth Moshe, Attending
the affair was Frank Farbenbloom
oi Atlanta, camp director.
Camp Judaea is located in the
Blue Ridge Mountains at Mender
sonville. \.C. Now in its 15th year.
the camp oilers a program com-
bining all of the normal activities
of a summer camp with a unique
program ol dynamic Jewish living.
Although campers are primarily
drawn from the Southeastern Unit-
ed States, among the more than
sixty communities represented last
year were campers from Los An-
geles. New York. Chicago. Israel
and other non-Southern areas.
Further information on Camp
Judaea may be obtained Irom Roy
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in Miami.
The monthly Temple Zamora
Congregational Forum will feature
the panel of the "Man to Man"'
television program Wednesday at
8:30 p.m. in the Temple audito-
rium. The forum is sponsored by
the Men's Club and the Sisterhood
of the temple. Men's Club presi-
dent is Herman Douglass. Mrs.
Jerome I.ieber.nan and Mrs. Leah
Friedson are vice presidents of
Sisterhood.
Theme of the discussion will be
"Brotherhood as a Gut Issue." The
panel will consist of hte Rev. Lu-
ther Pierce, pastor of the Congre-
gational Church of Hallandale and
producer and moderator of the
Man to Man program on Ch. 2;
Father Frederick Wass of the St.
Louis Catholic Church of South
Miami: Dr. Ronald Zeenker, pro-
fessor of Religion at the University
of Miami, and Rabbi Maxwell Ber-
ger. spiritual leader of Zamora.
Julius I'ropp is chairman of the
program committee and Mrs. Stan-
ley Silvern is circle chairman for
Youth Council CJA Concert
A concert featuring singer Shlo-
mo Carlebach, plus the talents ol
the Young Judaea Dance Group.
will highlight the youth kickofl ol
Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fuhd on Saturday at
Temple Israel. The musical pro-
gram is being presented by the
newly formed Greater Miami Jew-
ish Youth Council. Ira Steinmetz
is staff consultant and coordinator
for the Council.
Sisterhood.
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SENIOR CITIZEN Clubs cf the YM-YWHA of
Greater Miami installed their presidents at
special ceremonies at the "Y." Pictured are
(from lefO: Faul Faske, president of the
Greater Micmi YMHA; Mrs. Florence Ros-
enbaum, president of Social Seniors; Jack
Calchman, president, Golden Aqe Friend-
ship Club; Mrs. Bessie Aronoff, honorary
president of Gclden Age Club; ani Efraim
H. Gale, executive director of the YMHA.
Yivo Sunday Dinner Marks Climax Of Membership Drive
The membership drive of the
Yivo Committee of Greater Miami
will be climaxed with a dinner
Sunday evening at the Barcelona
Hotel. Featured speaker will be
Animal Bazaar
, Sunday, Monday
The annual Temple Ner Tamid
bazaar, sponsored by the Sister-
hood for the benefit of the Re-
ligious School, will be held Sunday
from 1 p.m., and Monday, starting
at 10 a.m.
On both days a wide assortment
of merchandise and food items
will be available.
Mrs. Mildred Blake is president
of the Sisterhood. Mrs. Ida Dwork
is chairlady. and Mrs. Alice Begun
is cochairman of the bazaar com-
mittee. .
Dr. Shlonio Bike!, journalist, who
will explore the significance of
Yivo and its impact on American
Jewish cultural life.
Added attraction will be Cantor
Zvi Adler, who will offer a group
of Yiddish folk songs.
Yivo was founded in Vilna and
moved to New York to escape the
Nazi holocaust. The organization
is dedicated to the collection, prev
ervation and perpetuation of all
documentarv material pertaining
to Jewish life.
Yivo maintains a library of some
400.000 volumes an Yiddish and
j Hebrew as well as other languages,
and close to 2.000.000 archive let-
ter-, photographs and manuscripts
At the forum's regular Saturday
! evening meeting at Temple Beth
Sholom. Dr. Solomon Simon, au-
thor, will speak on "The Bible for
Believers and Unbelievers."
Associate professor of Bible and
literature at the Jewish Teachers
Seminary, Dr. Simon has been a
stalf number of the Jewish Day
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Program will include a talk by
R.ti)!>i David Raab, spiritual leader
ol Temple Beth Raphael, musical
selections by Mrs. Fannie Margin-
stein and Abraham Fraidlin.
Liebman Named Consultant
By Tel Aviv University
Seymour B. Liebman, author of
"The Enlightened," published re-
cently by the University of Miami
Press, and specialist on Jewish
communities in Latin America,
has been appointed a consultant on
I Latin America for the House of
World Jewish Communities to be
built at the University of Tel Aviv.
Mr. Liebman is conducting a
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Fashions On Monday
A ii. terin;> array of the latest
fashions will (>e displayed Monday
during "Fashioriplate '68." the
fashio~ highlight of the year pre-
sentee .y the Women's Division of
the Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Km.ri-ncy Fund joint campaign,
according to Mrs. A. L. Glickman,
cha rn an for 'Fashionplate '68."
The p-)gram will be kicked off
with uncheon starting at noon.
SVI leading stores will display
creati' s of feminine beauty at the
Fonta: eb'.eau Hotel with models
com in; both from the stores and
from fte ranks of the CJA Wom-
en's L vision. Taking part in the
prograr. this year are Elizabeth
Arden Jabs. Sara Fredericks, Deb-
orah Regal, Martha's. Saks Fifth
Avenu- and Sapphires.
Principal speaker will be Zvi Ko-
iitz. r- ed Israeli playwright.
Mr.> Jerry Blank, fashion co-
ordina:r for "Fashionplate '68"
annour.ed the models who will be
t;ikinv part in the program. A line-
up of 1J will parade down the aisle,
Tuesday Snack Luncheon
Tht inalom Group of Hadassah
has ."C edulec* a snack luncheon
for TVf.sday noon at the Algiers
Hotel'Afternoon program will fea-
ture. < talk by Mrs. Florence
Barth. oast president of chapter.
Mrs. 1; .in Shapiro is president and
Mrs. Raupaport is program
chairtrin.
showing the styles expected to
dominie the fashion scene this
year.
Mccols r* Mr*. Robert Blum,
Mrs. James Furlong, Mrs. Rob-
ert Jaffe, Mrs. Harry L. Lewis,
Mrs. Morris Lomaskin, Mrs.
Sam Luby, Jr., Mrs. Harry Muf-
son, Mrs. Robert Rautbord, Mrs.
Julius Rosenberg, Mrs. Myron J.
Singer, Mrs. Harry B. Smith,
Mrs. France* Waxenberg and
Mrs. Milton Weiss.
Commentator for "Fashionplate
68" is Mrs. Peter Wolf and the
Fashion Show Committee includes
Mrs. E. E. Bloom, Mrs. Stanley
Frehling, Mrs. S. J. Halperin and
Mrs. Herbert Tenebom.
"Fashionplate "68," according to
Mis. Sidney M. Schwartz, cam-
paign chairman, is the top social
event of the year for the cam-
paign. Aiding the committee for
the program are the group chair-
men from the Women's Division,
including Mrs. Jack A. Ablin. spe-
cial gifts chairman; Mrs. Aaron
Farr. initial gifts chairman; Mrs.
Jean C. Lehman, honorary chair-
man; and Mrs. Julius Rosenberg,
benefactors chairman.
Program chairman for "Fashion-
plate '68" is Mrs. A. Herbert
1 Maihe-, and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers
is the hostess chairman. Handling
the reservations for the affair are
Mrs. William Brenner, Mrs. Leo
Chaikin. Mrs. Albert Levin and
! Mrs. Carl Susskind.
A record number of Benefactors
1 women who have contributed
{$1,000 or more to this year's cam-
paign have been enrolled in
preparation for the luncheon, ac-
cording to Mrs. Rosenberg, chair-
man of the Benefactors. Mrs. Ro-
DISCUSSING PLANS for "Fashionplate '68." an Initial Gifts
affair held annually by the Women's Division of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund, are (from lef):
Mi 3. Acron Farr, chairman of initial gifls. Mrs. Sidney M.
Schwartz, campaiqn chairman, and Mrs. A. L. Glickman,
chairman cf "Fashionrjlate '68." The luncheon this year will
be held Monday cl the Fcntainebleau Hotel.
senberg pointed out that gifts from
these women reflect an increase in
donations over last year in excess
of 25 percent
Andrew Blass, Mrs. Harry Blum.
Mrs, Louis Bresler. Mrs. Abe L
Cassett. Mrs. Louis Davidson, Mrs.
Joseph Davidson, Mrs. Jacob En
fine. Mrs Nathan Feinstein, Mrs.
Charles Fruchtman. Mrs. Donald
Gache, Mrs. Mac Gache. Mrs.
Harry Galperin, Mrs. Abe Gevirtz.
Mrs. A. L. Glickman. Mrs. Edward
Glickstein. Mrs. Robert Z. Greene.
Mrs. Jean Greenspan, Mrs. Nathan
Snore Cancer Unit Luncheon s. Gumenick.
These women are: Mrs. Bernard
Abel. Mrs. C. G. Algase, Mrs. Sam-
uel Beckerman, Miss Ann Berko-
witz. Miss Sue Berkowitz, Mrs.
RuthBerger. Mrs. Sam Blank. Mrs.
Mrs. New mark
Vi oman Of Valor
Mrs Ben Newmark: v lb
henoree at the Mollie Kali
SUterhq of Beth Toi
'??on- Woman f \
Tuesday, Feb 27. in th -
An 11 a.m. cocktail
irecede the lunch -on and the af-
in program will feature Mi -
Rose Steinsnyder and Cantor Ja-
cob J. Renzer in a skit, "Sadii -
Our Lady."
Mrs. Newmark and her husband.
3en. have been members of Beth
Torah for 13 years. She has be
a Sisterhood board member for 10
years, serving as Religious vice
1 president and as Kiddush and Oneg
Shabbat chairman.
The Newmarks were honored
this year on the occasion of their
Golden Wedding Anniversary and
are the parents of three children
and grandparents of three.
Mrs. Nathan Glazier is chair-
man of the day. Mrs. George Good-
man is Sisterhood president.
The Shore Unit of the Papanico-
laou Cancer Research Institute at
Miami will have a luncheon and
fashion show on Tuesday, Feb. 27,
at the Hilton Plaza Hotel. Mrs.
Herman Stein is serving as chair-
man of the affair. Mrs. Sidney
Blum is president of the group.
Dessert Lunch, Games
Miami Beach Women's Chapter
of B'nai B'rith will have a noon
dessert luncheon followed by
games on Tuesday at the Deau-
viHe Hotel. Mrs. Samuel Baum is
president.
STATE HISTORIAN of the Associa-
tion of Florida Hospital Auxiliaries
for 1968 is Mrs Ted Lotterman of
Coral Gables, president of Cedars
of Lebanon Hospital Auxiliary.
Also. Mrs. Mark L. Harris. Mrs.
Sara Harris. Mrs. Joseph Hart.
Mrs. Morton Hill, Mrs. Philip S.
Isaacs. Mrs. Jerome Kandell. Mrs.
Samuel Kann, Mrs. Perry Kaye,
Mrs. Walter Kirschner. Mrs. Inez
Krensky. Mrs. Morris Lansburgh.
Mrs. Alfred Lewison, Mrs. Hyman
Lieber. Mrs. Joseph M. Lipton,
Mrs. Morris Lomaskin. Mrs. Sam
Lr.by, Sr_ Mrs. Alex Manson. Mrs.
Harry May. Mrs. Baron de Hirsch
Meyer, Mis. Sidney Meyer, Mrs.
Lester Mishcon, Mrs. Alexander
Muss. Mrs. Albert Nadler. Mrs. Max
(Jrovitz, Mrs. Sam Pollock. Mrs.
Leonard Rosen. Mrs. Julius Rosen-
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B. Buskin, Mrs. Dora P. Schonthal.
Mrs. Samuel Segal. Jr.. Mrs. Mor-
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Mrs. Matilda Washton, Mrs. Arthur
Winarick and Mrs. Harry Yagle.
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The Sisterhool of Beth Kodesh
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friend. Mrs. Abram Lurie and Mrs.
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Happy family group last week
around a d'nner table at Julius
La Rosa's Restaurant in Holly-
wood as Dr. Meyer Eggiati blew
out the 61 birthday candles on
his cake to the delight of his six
grandchildren, in the festive
group was Hie honoree's spouse.
Rena, their son, Dr. Lee Eggnatz
and his Marian plus their round
hall dozen offspring. In order of
age, they are Susan, who cele-
brated her 11th birthday just the
Isabel Grove
week before: Steven, 9'j. Marcie,
S. another recent birthday girl:
Michael, 5: Richard, 3: dnd
Laurie, noi quite 2. Earlier in the
evening. Susan had serenaded
her grandfather with "Happy
Birthday," first on the piano and
then on the clarinet.
Mr. an I Mrs. Harry Klein, resi-
dents of Sabal Palm AplS., will be
in the spotlighl Wednesday when
members and friends of Col. Har-
i\ Cutler Post, Jewish War Vet-
erans of the United States, host
a luncheon in their honor at the
ilgiers Hotel.
Prances and Harry Klein have
spent many years bringing cheer
to hospitalized veterans and or-
phans, as representatives of the
JWV and the Military Order of
the Purple Heart. Harry is past
commander of both organizations
and life member and nast chan-
cellor Of the Order of the Knights
of Pvthias. Frances is past presi-
dent of the Ladies Auxiliary of
Hi" Purple Heart. Both are active
Officers of District 1 of the Con-
gress of Senior Citizens, and on
the adv'so-v hoard of volunteers
at the Coral Gables VA Hosnltal.
renresentina the Military Order
of the Purple Heart.
ftmnno, sliest* will be Max
Friedson, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Le-
bow, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Block,
William Samet and Mrs. Cath-
erine Koppel.
Estelle Melnick (Mrs. Lou's)
Cole, one of the founders of Phi
S'""ia Sigma Sorority, was guest
of honor at the sorority's recent
Founder's Day luncheon held in
Miami bv the Beta Theta Chap-
ter of Phi Sitima Sigma at the
University of Miami and the Phi
Stem* Sigma Alumnae of Greater
Miami.
O'her guests inc'uded Mrs.
Robert Rosen, grand archon. and
Mesdamei Mildred Weisset and
Alexander Koqan. patronesses of
the Beta Theta chapter, and Mrs.
Richard Bernard, archon of the
Miami alumnae chapter.
Awards were presented bv Miss
Barbara Resnick, Beta Theta ar-
chon. to Barbara Wolin, for the
highest scholastic average as a
pledge: to Carol Rush and Bar-
bara Wolin for the highest big
and little sister scholastic aver-
ge: and to Nancy Levitt, the
best spring pledge.
Mist Rita Pollack, first vice
archon of the Miami Alumnae
chapter, was mistress of cere-
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Only two prerequisites tor the
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City News Editor |
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annual installation luncheon in
the Spring. If you: 1) have talent,
and 21 are a member of the hos-
pital auxiliary, register for the
tryouta to be held Monday. Feb
2Pth. at 10 a.m.. in the Louis E.
Wolfson Auditorium of the hos-
pital.
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Jennie and Adolf Blank of 1776
James Ave.. will have their chil-
dren and grandchildren here this
weekend to help them celebrate
their 50th wedding anniversary.
From Great Neck. NY.. Dr. Har-
old Blank will bring his wife Ruth
and their two sons. Ronald and
Terry; and Muriel and Edwin
Hirsch of New Hyde Park. N.Y .
Will add their two. Kenny and
Bob. Former New Yorkers, the
Blanks have been here for 16
years and are well known for
their communal activities locally
and for their philanthropic and
religious endeavors here and in Is
rael. They will Ik> guests of honor
at the annual banquet of MeslvtS
Torah Vodaath Sunday evening
at the Fontainebleau Hotel
Abe Friedman ot Liberty, N V .
has launched a one-man campaign
to name a part of Route 17 in New
York. "The Jennie Orossiraer
Quickway" as a salute "to this
noble ladv who has done more to
nut the Catskill vacation land on
the man than any other individ-
ual." Jennie's ninny staunch
friends in the Miami area will an-
plaud enthusiastically Mr. Fried-
man's determination to bring
about "some suitable permanent
recognition to a great ladv." and
will follow his efforts with the
greatest interest
Putting problems of the courts
and public relations aside for the
moment were Municipal Judge
Murray Goor'tian and at another
table publicist Hank Meyer, din-
ing in the relaxing elegance of
Chandler's
Noted jewelers Sidney de Jong
of New York, and localite Alan
Riehter, enjoyed a gem of a roast
beef meal at Caesar's Forum.
Werner Kahn, well-known pho-
tographer of the younger set of
the Miami area, just returned
from Gainesville, where he pho-
tographed more than 600 girls of
eight sororities. Mr. Kahn had
been invited to do their 1968
composite pictures.
Among the sororities photo-
graphed were Delta Phi Epsilon.
Alpha Epsilon Phi and Phi Sigma
Sigma.
o
E. Albert Pallot, Miami attor-
ney and civic leader, will head
up the delegation going to Wash-
ington, DC. Feb 18 to receive a
trophy citing Miami as second
cleanest town in the nation.
The National Clean-Up. Paint-
Up. Fix-Up Bureau notified Pallot i
this week that Miami was chosen
for the award from a category of
cities with populations of over
250.000.
Miami's entry consisted of two
books, tlie second one dealing
with the aluminum scrap collee
tion inaugurated by the Beaetifi-
cation Committee.
On Feb. 19. Pallot will partici-
pate in an educational forum and
will explain the details to 30
other prize-winning cities. On the
following daj Pallot will receive
the engraved trophy for Miami,
to be handed to him by Stewart L.
Udall, Secretary of the Interior.
Members of the delegation in-
clude Mrs. Pallot, Mrs. Lizabeth
Martell, Charles R. Jacobson and
Grady Phelps. All sessions will be
held at the Statler Hilton Hotel.
Judge and Mrs. Jason Berk-
man entertained Barbara's .noth-
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Boston, at Chandler's Restaurant.
The Berkmans have finally set-
tled in their new Pine Tree Drive
home. Chandler's owner. Bill Sa-
tian, presented Mrs. Kessel with
a cheese cake packaged for Hy-
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Sgt. Steven E. Bernstein, son
of Mrs. Gertrude Bernstein, 13625
NE 6th Ave.. North Miami, has
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Air Station, in Canada. He pre-
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The sergeant, a graduate of
North Miami High School, at-
tended Miami-Dadc Junior Col-
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Ellis and Irene Rubin hosted a
dinner party at Caesar's Forum.
The list of guests included Capt.
Richard Stacer, Judge Advocate
General from Washington. Prof,
and Mrs. Ralph Bower of the Uni-
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Miami Beach B'nai b rdii Wcr.n Units
Plan February Brother!:::: Observances
Mrs. Mildred Keller, a leading
supporter of the Oholei Torah
School, will be quest of honor
at the annual scholarship
dinner of the day school to
be held on Sunday evenina.
March 3 at the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
Garden Party Is
Annual Affair
The Greater Miami Cancer
League of the American Medical
Center will hold its annual garden
party on Sunday at the Venetian
Arms Apis., starting ai 12:30 p.m.
The afternoon will include a
poolside i \ luncheon, a bazaar, a
fashion show and entertainment
l>> Peppy Fields, who will serve
a- master <>f ceremonies
Ticket chairman is Mrs Lillian
Gross
Ye Olde Tyme Nile'
The Men's Club of Temple Za
mora. assisted by the Sisterhood,
is sponsoring a "Ye Olde Tyme
Nite" Saturday with gay nineties
costumes, dancing, entertainment
and refreshments. The gala will be
held in the social hall.
M imi Beach B'nai B'rith Wom-
en Chapters plan varied programs
for the February meetings with
several units highlighting Brother-
hood Week
Chai Chapter will meet Tuesday
evening at the Deauville Hotol.
Mrs. Doris Laschow is president
and Mrs. Jack Zebitz is program
vice president.
o
Freedom Chapter was to pre-
cede its regular noon meeting on
Thursday with a board meeting at
Harbor House South. Mrs. Bernard
Austein. president, will conduct
the meeting which will be follow-
ed by a card party.
Hirmony Chapter has scheduled
its next regular meeting for Tues-
day at 7:30 p.m. at Chase Federal.
41st St. Mrs. George Ginsberg is
president
Hatikvah Chapter will have an
11:30 luncheon meeting at Foile
lowers Restaurant Tuesday. Mrs.
Joseph Krnstorff. API- chairman,
will introduce George Bernstein.
who will conduct a rumor clinic.
Mr;. Mina Glick.nan is chapter
president and Mrs. A. William
Gerstman is program vice presi-
lent
Maccabee Chapter will hold a
regular meeting Thursday. Feb. 29,
at 7:30 p.m. in the Forte Towers.
Mrs. Morris Danzig, program vice
president, will conduct a Brother-
hood program Mrs. Herman Auer-
, bach is president.
*
Menonh Chapter will have its
'. regular meeting at Washington
l Federal, 1234 Washington Ave.,
Tuesday, Feb. 27, at 12:30 p.m.
Mrs Berths Woskoff is president
and Mrs. Jack Kevoe is ways and
means \ ice president.
Miami Beach Chapter has slated I
its regular meeting for Tuesday, I
12:30 p.m.. at the Deauville Hotel. !
Mrs. Samuel Baum is president.
North Shore Chapter, Mrs. Eddy
Newmark, president, will dedicate .
its meeting at the Deauville Hotel
on Monday at 1 p.m. to Brother-
hood Week. Mrs. Harry Dickert, '
ADL chairman, will be in charge
ol the program.
Lincoln Chapter will meet on
Wcdne.-day. Feb. 28. at 12:30 p.m., ',
in the Lincoln Club Room, 100 !
Lincoln Rd. A film. "Let My Peo-
ple Go." will be presented. Mrs.
Lillian Sands is chapter president.
Marian Sncider, who wrote tht!
wee\'i Dct'l^ Review column, has
written rolumtu and feature urn-
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A j.irmfr teacher, Mr, Snetderhaj
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*. /fwlsti tk^radiiain
Fridiv, Febniarv 16, 1968
nan
and L^roo5 CLVxCM
Lola Ann School
Betrothal Told
Mayor and Mrs. Pan! School of
7508 Bounty Ave.. North Bay Yil-
lage, announce the engagement
and forthcoming marriage of their
bier i o'.a Ann to Martin Roy
Weiss.
The bridegroom-to-be is the son
ol .in. and Mrs. Sanford Weiss.
1135 NE 173rd St.
The couple plans to be married
3n April is8.
MiSS PIGGY ZIEMAN
Peggy Zee man
Is Engaged To
Jon Gordon
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Zeeman
n mce the engagement of their
daughter. Pesgv Jill, to Jon Irwin
in, son ol' Mr. and Mrs. Stuart
.Ion.
Th bride-elect is a senior at
Vanderbilt University and will
craduate in June with a B.S. de-
. ree in nursing. She was a gradu-
ate of Coral Gables High School
The future brideeroom gradu-
ated from Miami Edison High and
received a B.A. in business admin-
istration from Vanderbilt Univer-
sity, where he was a member of
Zt-ta Beta Tati Fraternity. He now
attends the University of Florida
Law School, where he is a mem-
ber cf the J->hn Marshall Bar As-
sociation and a junior candidate
for Law Review.
Aug. 25 is the wedding date.
Brandeis Women Convene
Louis D. Brandeis Women's
Club for Variety Children's Hos-
pital will convene on Monday at
11:30 p.m. at Washington Federal
1234 Washington Ave. Mrs. Ruth
Schuldiner is president.
I'aui Bander Si id
MISS LOU SCHOOL
Church and Temple Choirs
Blend for Annual Musicale
Beth Am Sisterhood will spon-
sor Us second annual interfaith
-nusical Tuesday evening. Feb. 27,
n the temple sanctuary.
For the evening of music, the
temple choir and the choirs of five
churches will combine in group
singing as well as give individual
performances.
The finale using all the voices
will be under the direction of
Cantor Michael Kyrr of Beth Am.
Churches participating include
Epiphany Catholic Church, Kendall
Methodist Church. First Baptist
Church of South Miami, Riviera
Presbyterian and St. Thomas Epis-
copal Church.
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Evelyn Gabe,
Steven Gross
Exchange Vows
Pensacola will be the I
home of the former Evelyn Gabe
and Steven Gross, who exchanged
vows on Sunday, Feb. II. at Tem-
ple Judea. Rabbi Morris Kipper
oerformed th1 6 p.m. ceremony
which was followed by a reception
at the temple.
Parents of the newlyweds are
Mrs. Samuel Gabe. 3704 And', i in
Rd.. and Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
Gross, 1420 Trillo Ave
Matrcn of honor to the bride
was Mrs. Stanley Mcndclblatt
Bridesmaids included Laura Gabe,
Nancy Gross and Gail Simon.
Serving as ')est man was Am ild
Fiankel. with Fred Pollack, Boo
Fursl and Stanley Mendelulatt as
ushers.
New Mr. and Mrs. Gross both
a'tended the University of Miami.
The bridegroom is serving in the
United States Navy. The couple
honeymooned in Jamaica.
Weinsteins Mark
60th Anniversary
Mr. an Mr<. Horry Weinstein '
il 50 i V. Hi St., their
BOth wedding anniversary, will be
feted by their children at a dinner
Sunday evening al thi
Motel. Marred in Chicago in 1908,
the Weinsteins have been residents
here for the past 10 years.
The Weinstein daughters and
their husban Is inclu i and
rr. LouU Paddpn of the Forte
Towers. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rosen
i d Mr. and Mrs Leo Disten-
ield, all ol < hicago, who are jet-
ting down f; r the occasion.
Other Chicagoan* who will he
here for the festivities are the
seven grandchildren a*d their
mates: Mr and Mrs. Philip Pad-
ten, Mr. and Mrs Lester Abrams,
Mr. and Mr*. Gerald Gordon, Mr.
and Mrs. Michael Kleiman. Mr.
nd Mrs Stuart Duhl, Mrs, Rich
ard Nelson, and Ira Distenfield
Also coming from Chicag i re Mr
and Mrs. Nathan Rosenberg, Mr.
and Mrs David Kleiman, an I Mr
MR. A'10 tokS. HAkRr V/tiNSiUtl
m I Mrs. Sam Pa Oi .; school
pr vents 14 greal an Ichildren
from attending.
A: 'i .ill the way from San Fran-
si .i will come relatives Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Chaban
To add to the pleasure of the
party, Mrs. Padden ;- planning .i
musical program assist) d al the
piano by Mrs. Betty DeWitt.
Mrs. Nathan Lurie, president
c! Terr.p.e Beih Tov Sis)
hood, was emenq tho3e p
tic putinq in th? Jubilee T
buie Day to Sisierho:
fitialcd with Crn*srv3tLv3 Ju-
daism held in Nw Yor: C ty
re en !v.
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A '< ioS review i m
Saturday i' thi a.i\ ill- II i
sponsor! d I hi
Pai i nts \-~ i al
Mi S 5 ii
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raised wdl I the
buil ; !.. ol ,i wo: k lop att! S mth
Dadi i S
Mis. Fra c .s Al i aw give
ins rei iew Mrs Be:. ard B.
Fo is president.
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AT THE N(W MOTfl
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Vincent Price, celebrated star
of stage, screen and television, is
scheduled to speak Sunday eve
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series. In addition to his work as
a performer, Mr. Price is an art
consultant, critic and collector
Sinai Sisterhood
Wednesday Meet
An 11:30 a.m. luncheon at the
Stage Coach Inn Will precede the
Temple Sinai Sisterhood regular
meeting on Wednesday
The afternoon program will fea-
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We
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
What i:- a teacher? \:i (hi times mi!- wonders v I i,
what and why is a teaeru'r Marilyn Cohen is the lo-
cation of thi> word teacher. Marilyn was a precocious little
dickens born and raised in Detroit. Mich. She did all kinds
of arty, crafty things as well as
being a cood athlete Many arc the
blue ribbons that she cot for h< l-o!- back riding But the ribbons
are packed away and the horse-
bark ridinp is packed in. too.
She and her brother Seymour
were very ll" e even ii they did
sc:.i]> a lot. Sy felt that Marilyn
was : i boss] She no
doubt was practicing in school-
th.it desire was al-
ler mind.
VI : in from hish
scho .:" Detroit the Cohen family
mo\ i to Miami Beach Marilyn
the University ol Miami
;n all of the cam-
pus activities She rdent member of Alpha Epsiion
- : irity. In fact -he has never stopped being one She
- always there when she is needed either in the active
chapter or the Alumnae yroup
During the summers Marilyn worked for the Miami
Teach Recrea*ion Department supervision the yo'.inger
children's activities in the parks. Marilyn's kindness, her
generous heart, her real concern not only for children but
for people makes a broad base for her profession.
After yraduatinfj from the University of Miami with a
B.E.. she taueht four years a: Gladeview Elementary. Then
she wont to Germany to Boeblinjin in the Black Forest
Here she taught in the Occupational Forces School. This
school served the 7th Army and 7th Corp. It was a wonder-
ful experience, besides the teaching part. She and her three
room-mates, a_gjrl from Mew York, one from Pa. and one
from Virginia? not to really travel about Europe. One
summer they rented a house on the Mediterranean in
Spain. The next summer they drove through all of the
Eiord countries, riding the mailboats everywhere. On
Christmas they went to Yugoslavia and drove through
Greece. They went everyplace in this little bitzy ear.
Marilyn brought it back to the United States with her and
it was only last month that she got a new car. The girls
still correspond with each other and get together when-
ever possible. It was a wonderful experience that brought
them together and will keep them together as friends
always.
When Marilyn returned to the States she went to
Miami Shores Elementary. She started taking extra courses
and became a special reading teacher. Teaching reading is
a soul satisfving experience, says Marilyn. The children
struggle and "struggle learning to read. Then all of a sudden
vou can see from their expression that there is a break
through. Through the written word all at once the whole
world is opening to them. To take a child, to make him use
his ability, to seek out his potentials and develop them, to
see that the child is able to meet his own individual needs,
is a tremendous challenge. There must be created around
the child a feeling of security in his environment so that
there can be a greater degree of security in his learning
processes. Anything new to read in the education field,
child guidance and psychology is a must to Marilyn. Fiction
falls by the wayside. She belong* to all of the organizations
that the teachers belong to including Alpha Helta Kappa
and the International Headinc Association There's plenty
to do for the Alpha Delta Kappa project at the South
Florida Mental Hospital. Her brown eyes flash as she talks
about "my children.-' She likes to talk to the mothers and
fathers, too. She is PTA representative and believes strong-
ly in PTA. Notirng is to., big an effort for her. While 1
dialed and dialed her number she was busy trying to set
PTA'ers to pick up the new furniture for the teach-,:-'
lounge.
But Marilyn is a well rounded person. She likes to go
to theatre, concerts and opera. She is interested in art and
has started a nice little collection of her own. She also
is an antique fan and is collecting ramekins Painting greet-
ing cards is another of her hobbies. An avid collector of
recipes in her travels she tries them all when she enter
tains She has dozens of recipes and all of the cooking
paraphernalia that goes with them
Her mother. Mrs. Elsie Cohen, thinks >er daughter is
a fabulous cook and is more than satisfied for her to cook
whenever the fancy strikes her. Marilyn likes bridge and
is a pretty good player. She tries to go riding on her toto-
bike as much as possible. That my dear friends is a collapsi
We bicycle. The spark that drives Marilyn in her teaching
career is th* will and the power to help a child. What is
a tetcher? A teacher is Marilyn Cohen.
The Udell Family
Presents Torab
To Sky Lake
Habbi Jonah E ("apian will con- ,
'net tlir d dication of a Torah at
Sky Lake Synagogue on Sunday.
The '.'. p.m. ceremony will be pre-
ceded by a procession starting at
'- 'in fn m ih. corner of 175th St.
an I NE !!) '.; Ave. to the synagogue,
The new Torah, in memory of
W M. ;n and Sarah Udell, is a gift
from their children. Lawrence
Udell, Mr and Mr-. Elmer Udell
and Mr md Mrs. Harry Line t sky,
.no is the second Torah in one
n uted by the Udell family
to the congregation.
Students of the Sky Lake He-
1 n U School who are in the John F.
Kennedy school band will lead the
'narch. and participating in the
service will be Cantor Jacob Ren-
zer, who will chant the liturgy,
and Rabbi Morris Fruchter, who
will inscribe the concluding letters
ot the Torah. The I dell family
wi'l host a collation.
Members of the dedication com-
'.ill. e are Mr an I Mi Ralph
D 'i'-. h, ; i sident of the congre-
gation and sisterhood respectively,
Mr. anl Mrs. Julius Kaplan, Mrs,
Bl he Rosen, Mrs Stanley KeS
in. Louis J. i',-, -man. Norman
Lieb rman, Lei S in and I. Al
Spector
Wilton Elected USY Veep
David Winton. 17. a member of
Beth Torah Congregation, was
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Bliezer Kroll, Israeli youth lead-
er, will speak on "Juvenile Delin-
quency in Israel," al the Hillel
Foundation. 1100 Miller Dr., Sun-
day morning al 11 a.m. Mr. Kroll
was appointed to the staff of the
Israel Aliyah Center in New York
City and is one of the founder- of
the American-Canadian Housing
Project in Jerusalem.
NATIONAL PRESIDENT of the American
Jewish Congress, Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld.
meets with members of the Aviv chapter of
the organization during his recent visit to
Miami. Shewn with Rabbi Lelyveld are (from
left): Mesdames Joel Schcrffer, Mel Adler,
Robert Goodman. Philip Sinqer, Jerry Zeltz-
er, president; Marvin Weinstein, Harvey
Hartman and Jack Rosenthal.
Items Of Interest
Harry J. Sonz has been installed as president of the Miami Beach
Board of Realtors John P. Solomon has joined the administrative
staff of Mount Sin.ii Hospital to serve his administrative residency .
Dr. Joe Hall, who has retired as superintendent of the Board of Public
Instruction, was guest of honor at a luncheon recently, attended by
school principals and PTA presidents.
Nal R. Sonnet has been named assistant United States Attorney
for the Southern District of Florida Walter P. Davidson qas been
named Chairman oi the February Heart Campaign in South Florida
Miami-Dade Junior College, South Campus, has been accepted tor
membership in the Association of University Evening Colleges
Marty Rcsen has been named director of the City of Coral Gables
Community Development Department Geralc" A. Lewis and Janet
Reno have formed the law partnership of Lewis and Reno Mel
Klein has been named assistant to the director of public alfairs lor
Wometco Enterprises.
Mac Seligman, regional sales manager for Hertz Rent A-Cai. has
been named president of the Seventh Inter-American Travel Seminar
to be held next November in Washington ... A. I. (Bud) Saltzman has
been presented with the -Service 610 Award" by radio station WIOD
. Melvm N. Greenberg, of Coral Gables, has been named to the
board of directors of Tech-Aeroloam Products, Inc.
Mrs. Robert King High, widow of the late Miami Mayor, is honorary
chairman of the Heart Fund Sunday drive this month William
Simon, administrator of North Miami General Hospital, has been ap-
pointed chairman of the Florida Hospital Association's Third Party
Payment Council.
State Sen. Lee Weissenborn of Miami has been named to head a
special interim legislative committee that will examine in depth Flor-
ida s migrant labor problems Bernard B. Fow has been reelected
president of the Air Conditioning. Refrigeration, Heating and Pioing
Association Howard Klein has been appointed director of devel-
opment of the United Cerebral Palsy Association of Miami.
State Rep. Richard A. Pettigrew has been named to the Govern-
mental Reorganization and Efficiency Committee, it was announced
by Rep. Phil Ashler, chairman Mrs. Jeanne Levey, chairman and
founder of the National Parkinson Foundation, announced that the
organization's ninth annual dinner honoring Bob Hope will be held
Feb. 27 at the Fontainebleau Hotel ... A. "Barney" Barnett has been
elected president of the Miami Independent Automobile Dealers Asso
ciation.
Cantor Manny Mandel of Riverside Memorial Chap. Is n as recently
P.ese,. en with an appreciation plaque by the Hallandale Jewish Cen-
ter or services to the congregation Loui. R. Far,e. ha? bSSn
appointed executive director of the Haven School for the MenUUv
JSKfth P *?*! .te^a00nal 0rehid tti" "' Wd f .
23 2b at the ISaynont Auditorium.
Herbert G. Paige, prominent in Jewish communal affairs and vice
president and general manager of the Pepsi-Cola Bottlers of Miami
% h?JK'C,n ms,alk'(l 'he new president of the Miami Association
of rood Trades Bernard Resnick, president of the Shower of Stars
Hotel group and Dan Glaubman, executive director, have been hon-
ored by the South Florida Chapter. Disabled Officers Association
The South Florida Crippled Children's Clinic, under the direction of
Dr. Alex Kushner, meets every first and third Tuesday of the month
at 1 p.m. at Miami Elks Lodge No. 948 to serve children from birth
to 16 yeagt.of age.
, H"!,ffterdir*or of the City of Miami Beach's news, promotion
and publicity department, has been appointed bv City Manager J C
Duffield as .the City's coordinator for the forthcoming Republican Na-
tional Convention Northeast Airlines has established a new station
record bycarrvin- 75 percent more passengers in and out of Miami
in JanuaiTTnaTi it did during the same month last year, according to
E. H. Bishop, southern region., vice president.
Jack Oonner has been named music director of the show "Beau
James." the S*ry of Jimmy Walker, to be presented on Broadwav
next fall The first supermarket to be operated by Food. Fair
Stores. Inc., outside the United States, opened recently in Freeport
the Bahamas David Stuzin, president of Citizens Federal Savings
and Loan .Association of Hialeah, will be the speaker at the 12:15 p.m
meeting Tuesday of the Hialeah Miami Springs Board of Realtors
ZUm Students Present Cantata
Cheri Nathan. David Turt'.etaub.
Toby Wolf, David Matlin, Shara
Lee Cawn, Heidi Greene, David
Harrison. Terri Infold, Lillie Kap-
lan, Suzanne Kay, Carrie Koppel,
Lynn Magolnfck, Adrienne Matlin.
Martha Rubinstein, Shery! Sloe-
singer, Sheila Steinberg, Rhonda
Weiner. Barry Weiss, Debra C.las-
ser, and Brian Matlin.
Dr. Arzt Guests
At Sunday Forum
The second breakfast forum will
be held in the new Temple Emanu-
El Auditorium Sunday at 10:30.
fir .Max Arzt. vice chancellor of
the Jewish Theological Seminary.
wil' he guest speaker.
Dr. Arzt is the author of a com-
pletelj revised English translation
of the Holy Scriptures, and the
Five Books ol Moses which have
already been published, He is i i
tributing editor of "Judaism." and
recently had published "Justice
and Mercj." a book i n the origin
and contemporary meaning of the
High Holy Day liturgy.
Dr. Arzt was recently honored
by the Seminary faculty on the
occasion of his 45th year in the
rabbinate and 25 years in the Sem-
inary. His friends contributed a
chair in his honor.
Joseph M. Lipton and Mrs.
George Goldberg arc cochairmen '
of the adult education program of
the temple.
HAIFA, Israel's main port and in-
dustrial center, has a current pop-
ulation of more than 200.000.
Judy Drucker, soprano, will
be amonq featured artist, at
the Gecrqe Gershwin niqht
on Saturday c! Temple Beth
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Mitchell Kotem
George Sirota
Paul fryi
George StrCJtl, II
George, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Benjamin Sirota. will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday, Feb. 17, at
Temple Emanu-El.
George is an eighth grade honor
student at Nautilus Junior High.
He plays the guitar.
The celebrant will be honored
at a luncheon following the serv-
ice at the Eden Roc Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. George Sirota and
Mrs. Ruth E. Clements, grandpar
ents of George, will attend the
event.
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Gloria Ler.'ioff
Gloria Merle, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Howard Lenhoff, 832 Ma-
jorca Ave., will become Bas Mitz-
vah Saturday, Feb. 17. at 7 p.m.
The celebrant will be honored
at a reception at Beth David.
Among guests will be her grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Len-
hoff, and Mrs. Hyman Grossman
of North Adams, Mass.
Gloria plays piano and accor-
dion and is a voice student.
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Dora Behar
Dora, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Moises Behar, 1061 NE 178th Ter.,
will observe her Bas Mitzvah Fri-
day evening, Feb. 16, at Beth
Torah Congregation.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Green-
berg, 2596 W. 9th Ct.. Hialeah.
will become Bar Mitzvah.
Louis is a student at Filer Junior
High School and a member of
Youn' ludaea.
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs
Joseph Nodelman of Miami Beach,
and Mrs. Anne Greenberg of New
Haven, Conn.
A reception will be held in the
social hall at the temple at 7 p.m.
t a
Mitchell Rosen
Mitchell Aaron Rosen will be-
come Bar Mitzvah at Temple Ju-
dea of Coral Gables on Saturday.
Feb. 17.
Mitchell is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Kooert Rosen, 3201 S\V 18th
St. He is an eighth grade honor
student at Shenando.h Junior
High, and is an accomplished ma-
gician. He will continue his re-
ligious education at Judea.
Grandmothers Mrs Louis Vic-
torhaus and Mrs. Nathan Rosen,
both of Miami Beach, will help
Mitchell celebrate.
The celebrant's parents will hon-
or him at the Kiddush following
his Bar Mitzvah. and a reception
Saturday evening.
Robert Bromley
Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irv-
EVERYBODY LIKED EVERYBODY
Beth and Harold Zeeman had a lam
men) paity on the Starliehl Rool \< om of the
Doral Beach Hotel so that their famih and Ihe
Stuari Gordon Eanvly could gel to kno*.i each
other. Peggy Jill Zeeman is engaged to Jon Gor
don They played together as children and at-
tended high school together Then at their con-
firmation dance at Temple Israel, their real
courtship started. The night of the party, it was
first to the Gordons for cocktails, then to the
Doial for dinner. If the biide and sreoin-to-be
continue to be as satisfied with each other as
the'r relatives are. all will be happy ever a.ter.
Among the. relations were Sam and Adeline
Levenson, Jacob and Mary Sher, Jay Gordon.
Larry and Anne Levenson. Dick and Tes Berger
from Detroit Mich, and their children Mel and
Maxine Winer from N.J They were all vacation-
ing here just at the right time Then there was
Judy and Monte Gordon and grandmother Mrs.
Florence Berger.
SHE WON AT MAH JONG
Mikki (Mrs. Morris) Futernick won at mah
jong in the afternoon. Then she went straight to
the hospital and won again. This time she won a
boy, Jeffrey Alan. The other two boys Frank and
Lee and papa were delighted. But sister Cathie
cried. She wanted a sister. However once she
held the new brother in her arms she was satis-
fied. Better luck next time. Cathie.
THE REDCOATS ARE COMING
But it wasn't the Redcoats at all' It seemed
that everyone who lived in Canada arrived at
Mrs. Arthur Flanders cocktail party They live
here part time so that their home seems a ren-
dezvous for all of the people who come from
i
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irder. c hi< aj \ n y
ej Auttal a wen epresented as well. \
those from Miami were Mr. and Mra. I
B .i t< ii. Mrs. I. Brock, Mi. ard Mrs T. I
and Mr and Mrs Mickey Somherg.
HOW TRUE
Fiances iMrs. Jjck) Katzman is one of the
faithful Women's Division C.J.A. workers iin-
year right at this crucial times Fiances and her
hisband are taking a cruise. They're entitled
This morning a card came from her saying. "Were
I to be banished from Miami Beach tor deserting
the C.J.A. campaign I would like to be sent to
this picturesque spot. St. Helena Island, the
scene of Napoleans banishment." Double work
when you come home. Fiances, not banishment
SHE REALLY ISN'T A TEENAGER!
George and Flora Rosen moved into the Four
Ambassodars. Last week they went down for
lunch and sat next to Maureen O' Sullivan and
Jose Ferrer They were talking about their new
play but included the Rosens in the conserva
tion. George talked but Flora sat with her mouth
open and couldn't say a word. Flora recovered
her voice quickly enough when she met her
friends. She >aid the two, Jose and Maureen are
the most.
WHERE THE HOLLYWOOD WEINSTEINS
When Dr. Philip Weinstein and Ronnie
Escoll were married, all of their children were
at the wedding and dinner. The little typesetter
gremlins left out Dr. Weinstein's favorite and
only son. Dr. Philip Weinstein. Jr.. his favorite
daughter-in-law. Dorothy and favorite three
grandch ldren of Hollywood, Fla. It wouldn't have
been o.ficial without them.
Frances Lehman
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Faith in Yiddish Theatre Pays Off
Dora is a student of the Mitzvah !"* BromJey' 79 SWcllth Sl- wil1
become Bar Mitzvah Saturday af-
ternoon, Feb. 17. at Temple Or
uiom.
class and will be a member of the
confirmation class of 1969.
Mr. and Mrs. Behar will sponsor
the Oneg Shabbat in her honor
following the services.
Jeffrey Gleiberman
On Saturday, Feb. 17. Jeffrey
Gleiberman will be called to the
Torah at the 8:30 a.m. services at
Temple Or Olom when he will be-
come Bar Mitzvah.
Jeffrey is the son of Mr. and
Robert, a seventh grade student
at West Miami Junior High, plays
trumpet in the school band, lie
plays baseball at Flagami Khoury
League.
A reception honoring the cele-
brant wiil take place Saturday
night at the Holiday Inn.
Avrum and Benjamin Baum
Avium and Benjamin, sons of
Mrs. Albert Gleiberman, 2101 SW Mr. and Mrs Irving Baum. 775
82nd PI., and is an eighth grade NE 160th St., will become Bar
student at West Miami Junior High
School.
Mr. and Mrs. Gleiberman will
Mitzvah at Beth Torah Congrega
tion Saturday morning. Feb. 17.
The celebrants are students of
host the Oneg Shabbat Friday the fifth year graduating Hebrew
night and the Kiddush following class and will be members of the
Saturday morning services. A re- confirmation class of 1969.
ception dinner is planned for the Mr. and Mrs. Baum will sponsor >
celebrant Saturday night at Or | the Oneg Shabbat in their honor
Olom. lollowing the services.
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Paul Fryd
Pan! Arie. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Isaac Frvd, 1366 S Biscavne Point I
Rd.. will become a Bar Mitzvah at
Temple Menorah Saturday nuirn-
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Richard Kram
Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Murray Kram of 10315 SW 91st St.,
will be called to the Torah as a
Bar Mitzvah during morning serv
ices Saturday, Feb. 17 at Temple ing. Feb 17.
zion- 'aul is a student of the religious I
Richard is an eighth grade pupil ; at Glades Junior High and is a JU"ior H.gh where he plays the,
member of the student council. CJar;net ln the symphony band. He
Mr. and Mrs. Kram will host the '.s, also an actlve member of Young
Judea.
Kiddush following the services.
The celebrant is the grandson of
Mr. and Mrs. Max Kram of Miami
Beach, and Mr. and Mrs Clifford
Mall of Pittsburgh.

Randy Rubin
Saturday morning. Feb. 17. in
the main sanctuary of Temple V r
Tamid. Randy Z.. son of Mr. and
A reception honoring the cele-
brant wili be held at the Imperial
House Saturday evening
Israeli Teaching Hebrew
A native Israeli. Moss Kedmy,
will begin adu'' classes this week
in Krench and Hebrew, Monday
and Friday, 3:30 to 430 p.m. anil
A tall, stately gray-haired man
stands near the box office of the
Cinema Theatre on Washington
Avenue, with a broad smile, as
crowds of pushing, shoving pedes-
trians flow to one side and an-
other, in front of the theatre.
Leon Schachter is watching the
revival of Yiddish theatre. Twen-
ty years ago. people had warned
him that Yiddish would die.
The demise of Yiddish, as a
spoken and literary language has
been predicted by many, and be-
moaned by others for decades.
vVhile Yiddish admittedly is sick.
it is not dying. It is estimated that
>ne quarter of the American Jew-
ish population can understand it
Schachter had turned to vaude-
ville. He felt that this format of
Yiddish American entertainment,
in order to succeed, had to appeal
to young and old. and in order to
interest the young, it must be
sprinkled with English dialogue.
Yiddish is a polyglot language.
Germanic in sound, structure and
origin. It is written, however, in
Hebrew characters. It was a unifv
ing force among the masses of
Jews, streaming into the U.S. in
the nineteenth and twentieth cen-
turies. It had been the language of
the Jewish masses, for hundreds of
years. Hundreds of books, news
papers and plays were produced in
Yiddish, and it became the second
language of immigrant Jews in this
country.
As the children of the first gen-
eration began growing up, ihe>
LiON SCHACHTtK
began slowly to abandon the Yid-
dish language.
In the last few years, however
an amazing phenomenon has tak-
en place. Here and there, on col-
lege campuses, and in comfortable
suburban towns, a new interest in
Yiddish manifested itself. Whether
I was beeau>e of the establish-
ment of the State of Israel, and
the need for identification, or be-
cause of its witty and romantic
dialogue-whatever the reason-all
over this country and in many for-
eign countries, a new interest In
Yiddish has been aroused. Even in
Israel, with its educational system
geared to the study of Hebrew.
Yiddish is still the second la:
' guage.
"You don't have to be Jewish
, said Schachter. "to understand
and enjoy Jewish theatre. Too.,
audiences are sprinkled with man]
young persons, who thoroughly .
joy these shows."
Leon Schacter ha, a long bark
ground of Jewish theatre. He h..*
played with Maurice Schwartz
Menashe Skuinick. Molly Pico:.
3oris Thomashefsky, and man
other greats of the Yiddish theatre
Some of the plays in which h
'ook a leading part were "Goo
Man and the Devil." "Yoshe Kalb.
"Tevya and His Daughters" ar.
"Shulaniith."
Looking at the audiences, or
would never know it is a foreigi
language theatre. Standing roo
only is a regular event at tl-
Cinema.
"Give it time, and Yiddish w
emerge as one of the great ente
talnment media* of our time." M
Schachter predicts.
Group Seeks Seventh Bank
A seventh bank will be added I
the Peoples National Group sen
ing North Dade County if an ap;'.
.cation filed with the U.S. Corns
trailer of Currency is granted T
application to organize a nation
bank in Hialeah was submitted b
Leonard L'sina. board chairman
I the six existing banks in the Nor
Dade group, and his associates
Mrs. Herbert Rubin.of 7334 Gary 1 ,0 8 D\m- at *e Ma M, Fisher
Ave.. will be Bar Mitzvah.
Randy is a student at Nautilus
Junior High and Temple Ner Tam-
id Religious School, and plays the
guitar.
A Kiddush will follow the serv-
ices. A dinner at the Diplomat
Community School Mr, Kedmy
teaches Hebrew at Te.nple Emanii-
BfJi
Teen Personality Sought
Two teenajers will be crowned
Mr. and Miss Teenage Personalitv
Country Club Saturday evening at the annua, f ^J'J
will honor Randy. Temple B'nai Sholom Saturday
evening, Feb. 24. The Inspirations
Lewis Greenberg Combo will play for dancing. Mrs
On Feb. 17 at 8:45 a.m. at Tern- 5efan Mord" and Mrs Stanl*y
Pie Tifereth Jacob. Louis Daniel, ttr formation6. """ **
SOME 100 PERSONS attended the seventh
SSS wromers con}mittee lunche" 2h
Amonn I** u"1 ChUdn' Service.
wH? 2-u Wh. P^iPotod were (from
left): Mrs. Arthur Apple. Mrs. Maxwell WeuT


Febrvarv 16 1963
** '** nNrfrifon
Paqe 13-B
Mrs. Gerald Lewis has beon
pointed by Secretary of
E ite Tim Adams to the Citi-
. ns Committee for the state
theatre of the psilorminq ans.
The citizens group works to
-;i the Asolo Theatie
veil in S^rasota.
Sisterhood Plans
Tor ah Fund Day
h Israel 'Sisterhood T o r a h
heon is slated for i
: lay, Feb. 27. jt Waldman's
H lei.
Irs Peart Kolioo, president, will
ide souvenirs for the guests.
entertainment will highlight
:n and Lisa, fcraeii singers.
Mrs. Chaha Geller is serving as
irman of the day
Morton Perry On
JWY Post Agenda
Assistant St > Attornej Morti n
;
M S i '' Post, .ic 'ish War
at 8 p.m. Tuesday in
/. imora, Coral Gables. M
Fa' Berliner is post commander
Mr. Perry, chief of the rackets
and fraud divis'oi, will discuss A
Citizen's Responsibility in Lav, En-
:it."
A member of the regional advis-
ory board of the Anti-Defamation
League, -Mr. Perry has been citsd
for legal services rendered by four
of the last five Hade County grand
jurii -. A paM president of the
Isaac Levin B'nai BVith Lodge, he
i- also a guest lecturer at the Mi-
ami Police Academy.
v- a found.nj director of the
Florida Council on Co.mnercial
Frauds. Mr. Perry will be the key-
note speaker at the Councils state
meeting at Tampa in April.
Young Married* Breakfast
Michael Clein, chairman of the
': ng Marrieds Couples Club at
.'" mple Beth Am. announces a
akfast to be held in the youth
inge on Sunday. Feb. 25 at 10
. i). Reservations may be made
i\ contacting Mrs. Michael Clein,
Mrs Harold Malin or Mrs. Mark
!>( mskv.
into Show Set
For Six Days
In Miami Beach
The 10th annual Greater Miami
International Ah to Show onens Fri
' at Miami Beach Convention
Hall for a six-day run through
Feb 21st.
Manny Sherman, managing di-
rector of the show, said the 1968
luction will be one of the best
i-vei seen in th* South. This i> the
' me the show has been stage I
' i invention Ha!l where nearl)
times the floor space is avail-
al i for displays, compared with
D ei Key Auditorium where the
previous nine -hows were held.
Emanu-EI Players
Set Hew Comedy
The Temple Emanu-El Players
are putting on a three-act corned)
Saturday and Sunday at the tem-
pi) new auditorium, 170] Wash-
ington Ave. Tiie show will be di-
rected by Trixie Levin, assist* I
by Barbara Bessey.
Those in the cast arc Charles
Rosenblatt, Elliott Harris, Jimmy
Rosenstra ch. lack Scharf, Debbi
Malnik and Moree Tendler. Jack
Birnbaum is business and promo-
te n manager ol the play tor the
temple. The public is invited.
'Israel Scene'
To Be Discussed
Under the auspices of the Miami
Gables Zionist Diilrict. the "Israel
Seen" Today'" will be discussed at
a gathering Thursday. Feb. 22. at
8:15 p.m. at the Israelite Center.
Guest speakers will be Rabbi
Avrom L. Drazin. spiritual leader
ol the Israelite Center, whose topic
will be "The Role of Religion in
Israel," and Mrs. Milton Green,
president, Greater Miami Council
if Pioneer Women, who will re-
port on the Nraeli emergency as
it appears today.
In charge ot arrangements are
Fred Haas, Moe Meyer. Mrs. David
Shubow and Mrs. Morns Simon.
Tenth Annual Heart Forum;
Heart Sunday February 25
rheme of this year's Heart For-
ill be -How To Avoid Heart
Ti ible -At Any Age." It will be
thi tenth year that the forum has
bi n jointly sponsored as a com-
' J -crvice by Miami Beach
F ieral Savings and Loan Assn.
snd the Miami Beach Daily Sun.
"Jogging" as a means of reduc-
ing heart ailments will be a fea-
ture of the forum, scheduled for
Monday evening at Miami Beach
Auditorium.
The appointment of Mrs. Chester
I.citer as Heart Sunday chairman
for the 1968 Heart Fund campaign
ot the Heart Association of Greater
Miami for the seventh consecutive
year has been announced by Wal-
ter P. Davidson, general campaign
chairman.
Star Lakes Estates
To Add Auditorium
T le auditorium at Star Lakes
Estates, Inc., will be open -non.
i4 additioinal recreational
facilities to residents in the
lyi condominiums.
Already available to owners ol
the condominiums are sauna baths,
steam rooms, exercise rooms, card
room;, library and hobbj rooms,
billiard room, banquet size kitchen.
stage, dressing rooms and a large
swimming pool.
In addition, there arc two large
spring-led lakes lor fishing, boal
Ing and swimming.
star Lakes Estates now has tun
new additions for sale, a three
Storv clevatored building and
bachelor and bachelorette apart
ments.
Heading sales personnel is Har-
old Cohen, and bus service is avail-
able to anyone interested in visit-
ing the complex.
Juvenile Delinquency Topic For Pane!
Hosted By Temple Judea Affiliates
Or. Michcel Sossin Benjamin Shulman
Shulman. Sossin
Named To Board
Of Carner Bank
Increased resources of close to j
S6.000.n/;o and appointment of two
new directors were announced by
Stephen Carner. President of the
Carner Bank of Miami Beach.
Mr Carner introduced Benjamin
I. Shulman distinguished attorney.
and Dr. M'eha"! Soin to fellow
members of the Board at the i
annual meetine held in the Board
R"om o'" the Carner Bank at 930
Washington Avenue.
In th" Statement of Condition
he r-nirtort total resources of
?2P5 62435 as of December ?Q.
1967 in comparison to $16.83'!
421.26 for the same date in 1966.
Resources amounted to S12.759.-
585.59 when 'he new ownership
started June 17. 1966.
Members of the Board were
welcomed bv .lack Carner. chair-
man, who indicated a "record of
growth" nod na-d tribute to the
cooperation of th" B->.-,rd for mak-
iii" th- new hqnir hu'Minc nossihle.
Officers of the Bank include:
.lack Carner. chairman ol the
hoard; Steohen Carner. president:
vice presidents: Robert D. Lang.
D. L>e Powell. .1 W Sclvise). Mae
uel Alvarez, and R. Leslie Schoolcy:
Assistant Vice Presidents: David
Kuritz and James M. Coelianese:
and Auditor: Gladys Kelley.
Art Exhibit At
Annual Luncheon
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
\m is holding its annual luncheon
in behalf of the Religious School
Wednesday at 11:30 a.m.. at the
Sheraton Four Ambassadors Ho-
tel. Mrs Joseph So'omon and Mrs
John Weil are cochairmen.
Highlight of the afternoon will
be an art exhibit by local artists.
Chairman in char e of the exhibit
is artist Mrs Eleanor Greenstein,
known professionally as Ronnie
Bogaev.
Mrs Alan Kessler is Sisterhood
president.
Bi otherhttod and Sis^erti >od o
Temple Judea wiH host a panel
j"n on juvenile delinquency
1 i h lay e\ ening in the social
ball.
Panelists will include the Rev.
Theodore R. Gibson; Dade County
Sheriff K. Wilson Purdy; Mrs. M.
\thalie Range. Miami city commis-
sioner and recent winner of the
Anti-Defamation League of B"nai
B'rith's Human Relations Award
lor 1968: Dr. Walter E Dippy, a
psychiatrist; and Rabbi Morris A.
tipper, spiritual leader of Temple
Judea.
Leo Mindlin. columnist for the
Miami Herald and former execu-
te editor of The Jewish Floridian.
> attorney Norman A. Rutkin and
Mrs. Harold Jaffer are program
chairmen. Mrs Richard Horwch i-
Sisterhood pres.jjnt, ano Or, Fred
Vitkofi is president of the Brother
hood.
Subjects include: "The Ro'e ol
he Home in Guiding Children":
"Problem ChildrenHome Grown
Variety": "Are You a Good Par-
ent?" and "Panffttl Are Usuall.1
Wroii
M nbers of the committee aid
ing in the program include Dr.
Howard I Segal. Charles Ro
oerg, Irving Newmark, Leon Henrj
and Marvin Pearl.nan.
Mrs. Paul Kdlow is chairman of
the refreshments committee, aided
by cochairman Mrs. Hyman Belkin
and Mrs. Frank Toback. Mrs. Sid
ley Schwartz and Mrs. Philip Ahel
"l I.. ., i
-.oiwrt '** V
jpSEMC IEV1NE
MIKE NiCHOLS
LAWRENCE TURMAN
THE
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STARRING MICHAEL NESTOR
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Continuous From 1 p.m. to Midnight Many Stars of The
YIDDISH AND AMERICAN THEATRE
COMEDY SINGING MUSIC DANCING
NEW SHOW NEW STARS EVERY WEEK
Also A Feature Film
GEORGE GERSHWIN'S GREAT MUSICAL
'American in Paris" Academy Award Winner
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Jewish Home (or the Aged
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"FURNITURE "-' APPLIANCES'
CLOTHING''- JEWELRY, etc.
"All items Tax Deduct,ble"
CALL 696-2101
Saturday Auction
To Benefit Tots
Lorber Chapter of the Children's
Asthma Research Institute and
Hospital will sponsor an evening
auction on Saturday. Feb 24 at
'hp Forte Towers North Building
Auditorium.
Auctioneer She'don Nidet/ will
conduct the bidding, and funds
raised will benefit the youngsters
presently being treated at the hos-
pital.
Reservations may be obtained
from Mrs. Sam (Ireenled.r. chair
man. or Mrs. Arnold Grossman,
cochairman.
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Announcing Our New
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Friday. February 16. '.368
INSTALLED AS president of the Lincoln
Chapter, B'nai B'rith Women was Mrs. Mil-
ton Sands (seeled, second from riqhl). Other
officers installed included (;eated. fiom lefi):
Mrs. Morris Reiffen, wavs and means vice
president; Mrs. Sam Hcrcwitz, president-
elect; (standinq, from left): MesHames Bea-
trice Skolnick, Lena Younq and Emanuel
Selznick, vice presidents; Mrs. Sam Wrubel,
recording secretary; Mrs. Lillian Berqer. cor-
respondinq secretary; Mrs. Nat Friedman,
financial secretary; and Mrs. Lillian Rosoff,
historian. Mrs. Arthur Hurwitz (seated riqht),
vice president of Dist. 5, installed the officers.
GATHERED TO HONOR Mrs. David Kle-n.
patron cf the Truman Center for the Ad-
vancement of Peace, on the occasion of h3r
birthday, wc3 the Greater Miami Women's
Division American Friends of the Hebrew
University. Shown (fr^m MM r*re: MdTms
Oscar He;ker, Rose Hochstim, Emmci Rattner,
Clara Tcger, Trudy Hamerschlcq, Carrie
Rosen, president; David Klein, Jacob Rfkin,
Philip F. Thau, Miriam Pres\ Samue! Simcn-
hoff Edyth H. Geiqer, reqional director, and
M3. Leon Krorish. h^stpes rf the event.
Eliezer Silver, 87,
Dies In Cincinnati
CINCINNATI (JTA) Rabbi
Eliczer Sliver, former president of
the Union of Orthodox Rabbis of
the United Stales and Canada, and
one of the founders of Agudath
Israel, died here this week at the
age ot 87.
During World War II. Rabbi Sil-
ver organized rescue efforts for
Jews in Europe and helped to save
many of them from the .Nazi death
camps. He helped many to escape
to the west after the war to avoid
living behind the Iron Curtain.
In 1943. Rabbi Silver led a dele-
gation of several hundred rabbis
to Washington to petition then
Vice President Henry A. Wallace
to open Palestine and other na-
tions to the "remnants of the peo-
ple of the Book.'' Later, he pre-
sented the same petition at the
White House. He had been rabbi of
Congregation Kneseth Israel here
(or almost 40 years.
Deaths In
Greater Miami
ADELBERG
LEGAL NOTICE
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ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIR
IN AND F'-~ "ne COUN--.
FLORIDA
No. u*.li 108
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and JOSIK TAYI...I!. have flirtVS
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the adoption of th.. minor i.m.i ".
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tomcy for PetiUoaera, a \ .. ,.\'
Avenue Miami Florida, and bj rm,5
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NOTICE OF SUIT
FOR DIVORCE
DII.1.INUHAM.
Annual Auction Scheduled
The Sisterhood of Congregation
B'nai Raphael will hold its annual
auction on Sunday. Feb. 25 at 8:30
p.m. at the temple.
David Blum Named
To Seagram Post
David Blum has been named di-
rector of marketing for Seagram
Distillers Company. The appoint-
ment was announced by the com-
pany's president. Bernard Tabbat.
Mr. Blum first served with the
Seagram organization as a budget
analyst for Joseph E. Seagram &
Sons. Inc.. from 1957 to 1960. Be-
fore rejoining the parent company
last summer as marketing consult-
ant, he had held several mana-
gerial positions wilh the General
Foods Corp. over a 6-year period,
ultimately serving as associate
product manager. Prior to rejoin
ing Seagram, he was an associate
consultant lor A. T. Kearney Co..
a management consulting organi-
sation.
A native New Yorker. Mr. Blum
attended Union College in Schenec-
tady. N.Y., and received his bach-
elor's degree from Brooklyn Col-
lege. He holds the M.B.A. from
New York University's Graduate
School of Business.
Mr. Blum is a veteran of two
years' service as a statistical serv-
ice officer at the U.S. Air Force's
Aberdeen Proving Ground; a mem-
ber of Phi Sigma Delta fraternity;
a member of the Masons; and a
past president of the Men's Club
of the Shaary Tfiloh Temple in
Spring Valley, N.Y.
Youth. Religion
Is Panel Subject
The Mc-Ami Lodge of B'nai
B'rith. in conjunction with the
Community School Program un-
der the direction of Albert Sim-
mons, is sponsoring an interfaith
panel discussion Tuesday evening
in hte auditorium of the John F.
Kennedy Junior High School.
Theme of the evening, which
celebrates Brotherhood Week, will
be "What is Religion Doing for
Its Youth: What is Youth Doing
With Religion?"
Panelists will be Rev, Arne S.
Ar.dell. Bethany Lutheran Church;
Rabbi Steven Jacobs. Temple Is-
rael, and Father John A. Kennedy,
Visitation Church.
Two Mayors on Program
Miami Beach Mayor Jay De-
nier and Metro Mayor "Chuck "
Hall will be guest speakers at the
regular meeting of the Senior Citi-
zen Association of Miami Beach,
to be held Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at
the Washington Federal. 1234
Washington Ave.
Mnriciir< t, nf :'"' v\\ | --.n, si
died Peh '. she unit' here -.'. yearn
ago from Krookl) 11 Shi 1- nui lived
hj her liuvl.iimi |>:tv .1 parent: Mr
and Mrs Ix.uls IChrllili ,,1 \ Miami;
brother Kmunuel and -ii.-r Mm
''.....ib llarkun. both of Miami Her-
ricei. were held In Un.okl.vn with
Kivemldi Memorial ('Impel in charge
if I'n-.il ; rraiigemctitx
New Cinema Theatre Show
To Feature Alan Chester
Akin Chester, internationally
recognized singing star who re
cently toured the countrv with
Richard Tucker, will be featured
in the new show which opens Fri-
day at the Cinema Theatre, ac-
cording to Leon Schachter. direc-
tor of the theatre.
Also featured in the new pro-
gram will be Fay Reid, Henrietta
and Julius Jacobson. popular Yid-
dish actors, and Leon Schachter
and Gitel Stein, in a Yiddish com-
edy skit.
Veterans Aided By 52 Party
The 52 Association of Greater
Miami is holding its annual games
party Tuesday evening in the Al-
giers Hotel. Funds will be used to
Provide entertainment for hospital-
ized veterans and welfare assist-
ance to their families.
Kadassah Sponsors
Tour For Teenagers
NEW YORKNearly 150 young
boys and girls between the ages of
15 and IH are expected to partici-
pate in the Israel Tour for Teen-
agers sponsored by the Hadassah
Zionist Yoeth Commission, accord-
ng to Bernard Weisberg, national
director.
Last year Gale Plotkin of Mi-
ami Beach was one of the 100
youngsters taking part in the tour.
The program includes tours and
travel throughout Israel for seven
weeks. Among the sites to be vis-
ited by the students "ho come
from all over the I'nited Slates are
the Western Wall and other new-
areas open to tourists,
i
Included in the travel and study
program will be lectures by top
Israeli government officials and
academic leaders. A special study
program will take place in Jeru-
salem.
Biblical landmarks and holy
places of many faiths will be vis- ,
ited by the young people. Field
trips to archeological sites also are
included. A work period on a kib-
butz where the young people will
help bring in the harvest js also
planned in the Israel Tour for
Teenagers.
BMHHHHajiMiiMib
DAVID BLUM
Banks Offer Israeli Coins
Feb. 20 has been designated as
the official day of issue for the
government of Israel's 1968 speci-
">''" sets. Joseoh Milo, Assistant
trade Commissioner. Government
of Israel, announced this week
Featuring the 20th anniversary of
he State and the Holv City of
Jerusalem, each set contains six
coins.
Local banks which will distrib-
ute the Israeli coins are Carner
Rank of .Mi.-uni Beach. Perrine-
Cutler Ridge Bank and Hollywood
Bank and Trust Company.
National Figure Is Speaker
Workmen's Circle Branch 692
will hear a talk by K. H. Goldberg
member of the national executive
hoard, at a 7 p.m. meeting on
Sunday at the Lyceum. 25 Wash-
ington Ave.
BOSWORTH. Jack, ... BM ,.,x
Ave Ui\. rxide 'Impel
FAUST. Juiteph. v. id 3-1 (bean I >.
I Hauberk Chapel
GOLDSTEIN. William, 7::. ... :::] Rgrd
HI l!i\. ruble Chapel
hansell, Mm, Itevn. v. ,.f 1;-,-,
N Treasure in- Rlvemlde Chi.....1
KELLER, William, ?, ... |IS3 Mar-
aellle tor IIUxberR Chapel
LEV IN E. -Mrs y,,,.,. 7.;.',., .;.
81 lUvemlde Chapel
LUKEMAN. Minnie, i. of ::|.. .\.||is
Ave Klv< ndi|n Chapel
LIEBERMAN. ..|,- C|anl 77 ,,r .,,,;
It>nni Ave l;n.r.-..i. Chiuw-I
Ur,ANFF' "*-. < >:!. Unit.
Dr Klvemide Chanel
GOLDBERG. Max, 7o. of ..|i. M|,
Klvemide Chapel
GUTN.CK. Joseph, ::. ,,. Au
Ud Ka.-M,l,. 1 (,;,>.1
PAZER. Irvliijt, ,,: ,,: :,;: |.,, |.;.,M
in- Hive mlfle i-....... ;
PODOROFSKV. Mm Anna, Kn ,,f |5]
N I-. ...1..1 SI 1 li.nb.n Chanel
POVILL. Mrs Sarah M ',., ., .,
minMK. %,vMe Chapel .nter-
ROTHMAN. Mm V. ii., ;-, ,.f |gj,
V iIKi.l. |ir It I vi i.l,- Chapel
RUTENBERG. Mm Maria M -I nf
roONKEL. Solomon I' .. ,,(
N|,; IT2til Ti r Kivi Mile 1 ii inel "
WELT2ER. Wfred, 7.. of '.' LHM
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TO: OAKY KKITH DIMJNGH \m
171.1 Suit. Line
Kaiinan City, Mlnaourl iliiii
l'. OAin KKITll I.ii.i.imih \m
are lor. i,> nollfled ;l,,,i B Comploi'ni
''' I*.....- luw hen Hied uiu
you, and >..u am rciulred ,,. ... .,
i..pj i>f your AnHWi r or Pleading 1,
the 1 ompbilni f..r Itlvnree
I'lalnlifra attorney, ltONAI.ll 1
I'-W""'.-^"1- 4,: ,:i-'>'- Buiidn:
1 V\ Plavler Sire. 1. Miami, r
' Phone S7H-2XS1, and
nfiii.il Anawer or PhMtding In t...
"."! f Hi.' inerh of th< fin u
1 ..un on before lha Kth das
.M.i r.h. |;in 11 x,,,, ra|| ,,, ,.
ju.lu-m.iu by .l.fnuli (rill b<
.it.i".-i >..u for Hi.- 1. in f .i.l,..,
in in.- Compbilni for Invoroi
Thn. not lee (hall be publlahed
eaeh week for four !--.. i 1 \. .
in THK JKWISH Kl.i n:l|il \\
PONE ami OUItKKBIt, ;ii \ii-,.
Kbirida. thin th day ..( Pebruar>
I9SS,
K Ii I.BATHEKMAX,
Clerk, cir.uii t'oari
Ha.l.' i'.iu'iiv. Klorlda
lly c i- c..|-i:i.AM,
Deputy C|.rk
i'-ir. uit Cowl MAl 1
'_____ 1 :: .'
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77876
In Itr IM:ili- .,f
\\.\11: 111 i:w itz.
I'.. l-ll-.-ll
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All 1 'redilo, > .mil All I -.-.
llavliiH Claim, or Ii.im.ih.Is 1
So I.l gatnte
Voti an hrreh) 1......1, .1 and n
iiiii. -I '" preai 1.t ..on lalnw h -.1
in. ,.1- u In, 1, v ,.i, mat |..i\.- ..Mi-
ll..- .-hit.- of AN'.NIK 111 IIWIIZ. lb
. ..i~.il late ol 11,1,1,- Counts Kin
' [he 1 -..hum Iu-Il-. i.l 1.. ib 1 ,.,,!,
and Hi.- ih,. sunn m dtuillcate and 11
I" Ided in Sim lion 7.:.: IS, Kloi III
Slalutea, In I hi h office* In the I' ui
Courthoum In Uadc Cimnt) FTorl.h
within s,s i-aiamlar montha from lh<
'"", < Ihi flml publiii....... Ii.t..
" ill.- rnime w ill be barred
Haled ;it Miami, Plorida, thin 1 1
da) of Pi liruar). AD i'">
i:i.\\ a 1:1 > \ \|. 11 irr
As K\. eutor
I'it 'I publication ..1 ibis nol In,
Hi.- 15 das "' !' I.ru.-.rv, lib -
WAI.TEKM, Ml KIKE
ci ISTANZ) .
Hj trthur p Deokelman
Vttorney f.,r 1: UUoner
! Alnalcsj Kl.la., .Miami. Kin
1____________! !-:'.-.
M'Tui: r\ni:it
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
Ho- underais-ned, dealrlnK to
111 bURinaaa uml.r the fictltlnuo
"f 7A" PARKING at US Weal f
Street Intend lo rsaiater Kald
wnh ih.- cierk of the Circuit
..f I>ade County, Klorida.
BENJ WIIV AOHI INOW
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t/l.23 3
Ih. '
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11:111''
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ikini.
Coui'
STATE ATTORNEY Richard E.
liersiein will be guest speaker at
a meeting of the Greater .Miami
Lodge No. 208 ol the Free Sons of
Israel to be held at 8:30 p m on
Thursday. Feb. 22 at Washington
Federal Auditorium. 1133 Norman-
dy Dr., Miami Beach. The open
meeting will be moderated by kanuscherV ^
Harry Levy, district deputy for '"* nr. Rlvemlde Chapel. E
".E,R;,,,."',,:r,-,,,-v'""''"- ^v.
COHEN, Mr, i ,, .., [u M.
GRossVMir1,,:. ,:.' -4
-' nordon^Chapei "fM "'
David Pinsky Oneg Shabbat
Michl Gibson, of the Yiddish
stage, will be guest ai the Oneg
Shabbal of the Oavid Pinsky Club
Friday evening at 832 Washington
Ave. Moishe Leib Halperin," Yid-
dish poet, will be (he subject of a
talk bv L. Lasavin. Ben Yomen
will offer a program of Yiddish
end Hebrew songs.
KURIMAN J ,i ,, ,,,
O-SHANSKV.',,,^,,,^,,,,,,,,,
".'1 -AM- ItiVi-rKlil, Cll:,,,|.|
Intermenl \lt N,.|, l|"'
I II
NOTICE UNDER
M FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBUEJJV GIVEN n- -'
the un.l.-isiKM.-.l. dealrlng to anrnt.
in buaniaaa un.i.-r the flctltioun nun-
of OltOVB Ol'ITAR 8HOP al I
Main Highway, c.......,i drove Int.
lo register Bald name with th.- Cb-n
of Hi. circuit Curl of I ..i.l. C.-u
Florida
BOB 4 SUES CORP
_________ it-tS :: I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. CIVIL ACTION
No. 68-2038
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
MAR1 ANN VERNIE,
Plaintiff,
PRANKS VERNIB,
I ,.'f- iiil.int
V.r. KRANK B VERNIE
.'. ii. unknown, are required to er>
i i "PJ "i your Am an r i" lha Con
Hi!'!','1' Divorce on DAVID U UO.N
"1*1*. Attorney for Plaintiff, Hi'
> w .Hi Ktreet, Miami, Florid -
.i.i.ii me nrlKiii ,i Anmvar in Hi.....I -
of ih, Cleri of the Clreull Court
'," '''<> Hi.- imii day ..r Mar
lasH, ,,,- a Defaull will be enter, i
aaalnal m
l8IgATB"< ""s v"' .b'.v Of K.l.ijHi
K n i.i:atiii:km \\
Clerk, Clreull < lourl
Dade i iounl \, Flerida
B> N A liKWKTT
Deput) i
/! 1/1-4


February 16, 1968
*Jt nisi* fhridlian
Paqe 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\irriCK IS IIKKKr.V OIVEN thai
lei lgned, desiring to engage
,. business under the fictitious numr
,, I'LuUIKA YACHT UASIN ;ii IS*.'.
\ v, Sttn Ave nuu, Miami, Florida
i. -: er sail! nun, with
iim Clerk of the Circuit Court Mf Dadi
i unis Florida.
.- \FIE ENTERPRISE*?, INC.
,i Florida corporation
IIY: Ella* A. Sufi.
President
Sole i twni-r
Ml EliS. KAPLAN A. l'OKTKi:
\ .. r r i > for
- Bnt< rprlw -. Inc.
.- w 1st Street
M ami, Florida
z 1-16-M I i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77440-A
In ItK Estate of
.,.\\ AXBLROP, k/a
MORRIS AXELROD
|> eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
' dll r HI All Persons ll.iv
... or Demand* Against Said

s.-u arc hereby notified and requlr*
......rnt any claim* and demands
you may have against the
: MURRAY AXBLROP .1 I, ..
. H AXELROD deceased late of
an y, Florida, i" the County
|g of Dade County, nnil file the
- : in 'in' 1 ite ind at pro*tded In
n t:1" );, Florida Statutes, m
ffloes In *:i<- County C^ourthouse
;>.,.i. County. Florida, within six
:.,r month* from the iim. of the
publication hereof, or th. nine
:.. barred
.1 .11 M mil FlnrMa .this lth
lanuary, A r> 19*11
GBRTRCDE AXELROD
Ka Buueeutris
publ cation nf this notice on
h day of .T.tnunrv. IS6S
V r. I ESSXE
' 11 .v for Exo. utriv
lth< Bat Sixth" Street
rt t.iudcrdale. Pirn.In 13301
1/26 2,:-9-16
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77S63-B
Estate of
' I. ISAACS.
|.. ..-..-..I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
"" All Creditors ami All Persons II.iv-
1 x laisns or Peman.lH Against Said
Estate:
YOU are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
ft-hii h you m:iy have aeumst the
11 of 1RV1N<; I. ISAACS, deeeaa-
~d late of Daile County. Florida, to
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77570
I- RE: Estate of
MATH PA vVlNKLBR
Dei eaw 'I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Againat
sani Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mand! which you may have againat
th. estate of math.pa winkeer
deceased late of pade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 73.1.16. Florida
statutes, in their offices In the County
Courthouse in bade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
tlm Of tbe first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated :u Miami. Florida, this 23
day ol January, A P 1888
BEPLAH FADER
As Executrix
Firsl publication of this notice on
the imd day of February. 1968.
BARNETT ROBINSON, .11:
Attorney for Executrix
410 Ci ncord Building.
Miami. Florida.
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+Jenisti thrktteu)
solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial 373-46*5
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
"And when you return to New Ycrk, give my
best regards to my cousins, the Cohen's. They
live somewhere in Flatbush."
. .?** t H^J 1 lv.i
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to 1 hkhko
in business ulidi r the fictitious name
of Sl'N DECK APARTMENT HOTEL
at 333 !7th Street, Miami Beach In-
lands to register said name with the
Clerk of the Cir. uit Court Of Pade
County. Florida
Sl'N PECK APARTMENT
HOTEL INC
By JOYCE FRIEDLANDER,
pr. idenl
MICHAEL COI/ipN V
Attorney for applicani
t:.'" 1.1 li.-r.ln Uo.id
1 -;R --fi-1fi
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
m business under ihe fictitious nam*'
of Miss *: MR I A : IN TELEVISION;
MISS ft MR '.ATIN T V at 2!V0 S W
xth Btreet, tends to register
said n.ime v th 'he Clerk of the Cir-
uit Cou'l ol Pade County. Florida.
T V fil'IDE IN SPANISH
MAi 1AZ N E INC
2 -l IS 3 1
NOTICE UNDEH
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, it, string to engage
I In business und.r 'he fi tltiou- name
Ihi 1 ..in.ty Judges "f Onde County. 1 f WK S,T BBTTBR (IP SOITH
DADE at 8721 S W l'" is
aid file the same in duplicate anil
u.- provided in Seetlon 74*. IK. Florida
lutes, in their offices in the County
i"' tirthouse in Pade County, Florida,
bin e.i* calendar months from the
"..": of the first publication hereof,
1he s-ame will be bnrred.
Pit.d .it Miami. Florida, this
1} of January. \ P 1?C8
/.FI.I>A P ISAACS
As r^xecutrix
First puMiifttion of this notice 0
I H day 'f .lanuary. 1S88
.l.V/N KCKNKI.l'.M
Korf f fcr
i-W.a P 1-.: s. Exeentrlx
s !; second AvetiUi
1 :& I
Miami, Pade County Intends to regist-
er s.ud name with Ihi Clorfc of the
Circuit Court oflhide County, Florida
TOt'TH SERVICES OF
DAOBCOPNT1 INC
MARSHALL B. FISHER
Attorney for Applicant
7SS3 S W 104th Street
Kendall, Fla. J!'' 6
l/::h I/-9- I*
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I IN The COUNTY JUDGE'.S COURT
\*. AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 7763.C
RP Estate of
i-*H\ HOalHH
I>ecr.. il
NOT+CK TO CREDITORS
id AH'"Traitor* ...,d All I'-mmn H.iv
1 1- iv;. : m-tiids AgaWurt Sa.il
r.'-.ii.
You ..' herth> notified a*>d requir-
I to pi n| btffnH at il ib-maiids
V* i .* aaVe againat the
I--I.1. I HENRY R'lSivN I'..'! c. littty. Florida, to the
ur.t- uIl. of Pade County, and
lile th, :ii duplicate anil s
lltrrMed Section T83.ll, Florida
aiu'e> 11, ihi ir 1 Hires in the County
nurlhnUsi n P.,.I,. County, Florid*.
M'hin -i> iMjeiular p-M.ntbs from the
of th ftrit |.iSIlcti r lb* itunu will be hi.rr, .1
Dat"! ai Mi..mi. PT.m-i.Iu. Hum Itth
' nuary, A.n. 'iSRs
RICTTY F.I F.I.ANT
' F^teeutrt^
pubii. at ion <>f ttii notice on
- 1 January. IMS
RVTKu I'YPRN LAW OFFICES
Ion" y f. i-lxecutrlx
1 Ar-'.ii- 1:. dfrey Road.
Florida 38140
1 .t. r^D-o-is
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
NO. t>8-'?-8
NOTICE OF DIVORCE
WALTER I.. VTt s
Ptalntsff,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBREBT OIVEN that
11 in it on. ., engage
i'n bus'..'- under the fictitious name
of Oi'Y rWKKKY ItAMBIJCR COM-
PANY at 29645 S Federal Highway.
1...in. 1. ..ii. rioridH, intends to regist-
er said :..!.. .:th :h. Plerli of the
Circuit POUTI of Pade County.
Flor- I
CASKEV and B] RDS COMPANY,
a Ke idu rpi 1 illon,
'.' ii'tierf
J P.W I r.TKHMAf
\ .' 1. : .,-
i>6 Ian-
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18-38 3/1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77477-A
in RE Estate of
OEORRE II KOHN
Deceasi d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person*
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Botate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands Which V"ii may have against
th. .state of GEOROE II KOHN
di eased late of Pad.- County, Florida.
to the COUnty fudges Of Pade County,
and file the same In duplicate and as
provided in Section 73" IS, Florida
Statutea, In their offices In the County
Courthouse In. Pade county, Florida,
within .fri\ calendar months from the
tint" of the f!r--t publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Pated at Miami Florida .this 30th
day of January, \ P IflM
papi.im: I) KOHN
As i:> "eutrlx
First publlcati 11 of -his -ntice on
the 2nd dav of r-b'uary. "T.S
SIMON, HAYS ft .;t:i'\p\\ KRfl
Attorneys for Exi utrix
3i alnsley Bldg
'. J-n-1fi-23
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagt
in bu-ines.v under tin- fictitious name
..f NiiTTI.V'lHII.I. SHIRTS, Ltd., at
I :H7h S W J."!h Terrace. Miami intend
I to register said name with the Clerk
! of the Clerk of the circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida
SI SAN A: ROBERT RAl'CHMAN,
1 iwn.-rs
8 lfi.ga a 1-8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77458-A
In RE: Estate ol
\\ II-LIAM ARTHUR TPRBYVILLE,
Dei eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors arid All Persona
Having claims or Demands An I
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you mav have against
the .stale of WILLIAM ARTHPK
TPRBYVILLE. deceased late Of Pade
County. Florida, to the County Judges
of 1 Mile County, and file the sain- in
duplicate and as provided in Si m
. Florida Statutes,
.- in 1I1. Count) '
Pade County, Florida,
calendar months from
11
in 1)1
ourthnus.
within
the tim.
hereof, or
....
.
NANCY WMfipt VI r
Defendant
TO: NANCY WOODRTFF V'"K
Residence and a 1 I ki wn
You are required to aerri U M > '
your Answer t" thi tTomplatsI f"f
Divorce on 1..... Attorney,
WALTER B IJSBOWITZ, KSQ 7" .
First Street, Miami Bi ion, Florida I
..no Bte 'be original n hi nffli of
the cl.rk of the Or. u ['"" '< j
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IP HEREBY OIVEN' that
the undersign*** desiring i gage
In bu -- under Ui< > .1- n.une
of VICTORS REPAIR? ul i:i< N w
U'lith Street, Mluml Intt 1- to r.'tris-tcr
siuil name trith the ClerH of the
"ireuit Court f I lb .' 1. *>TidH
KUAS vii It'll
SIDNEY BFRONSON
Attorn y for AppHoant
1.1.: \ n U-> UuiiditiK
: 'a-p-M-'sa
or before the XIUl da> ol February,
I'w.n, or the Cotnplalni will l taken
as confessed
pated this :4th day of lanuary,
IMS.
E H LBATHBRMAN.
pisrh of Oroii!' 1 "nun
Hv: < r CdPKI-ANP
Deputy eh rs
WALTER B. LBBOWITZ, BSW.
Attorney for Plaintiff
"mi Firs! Street
Miami Reach, Plot da
''"- *-774 |/MM..M
MOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOT.1 s HEREBY OIVEN that
and. c..^di desiring to engage
1 ''I1 '.he fictitious names
SIIKI,.- JAV RICHARDS.
I ARC BTEVENS at 1100 NK ItBUl
I II iml, Fla. Intend to re-
"- mes v Itti Ins Oerk of the
' I ..I. fount*. Florida.
HV RKDRTN
RONALD BWiRIN
I,-'.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
P>"TIci: is iikhkIIY GIVEN that
, u'"1' i".| desiring to i-ngnre
I '""' under the fictitious Ul
I Wp I .,t 7M Arthur
'.'lami Beach, Florid .
u resrister said
th.
HOI -
rn-
th 'he
oi Pad-
1 am
I'lU'I
i,r\
olll
ON
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Florida
: ESION8 INC
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"ICE UNDER
l,,Ti, NAME LAW
bu,,., engige
fBrK 1 fictitious
:'
1 -~g ter
1
' 1 1
x I
1.-1 .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in buetneas undei 11 "}!?" JSPt
of RL'BINDALE K'SilEK MEAT
I AND POULTRY MARKET af
1 iim er..! Way, M iml FKtrl
t.nd to regtsti r said 1 ime
Clerk of the r -. uit '"urt
'T^'vtlKOV' Par
oeorok Ki.EiN Partner
OOI.PMAN. GOLDSTEIN &
PAC'/.IEK
Attorneys for Reglstrs
24ffl West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida S3135 ......
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 7732S-B
In '!E Estate I
AETIPP. OELLER
""'NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ali I ind All P
ng Claims ; -; x-
.a n
- Hus
-
IN THE CO'JNTY JUDGE'S COURT
N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 77728-A
JAO H -, ;'' IN
as.d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
7-.. ,\ I Credit .rs 1 I A'l I".....a-
,. 1. i.r i ntids Againat Said-
Bet, '
\. u are r< bj '1 and r'tuir-
, d to i rest .: ins and de-
mand Meh u .. have agalnet
Ihe of J.\ HU II'FMAN de-
ceased late County, Florida,
I to the County ludges of Pade County,
and file tbe -, m. duollcate and as
provided in S-"" i 713 IR. Florida
Statutes. In their offices in the County
Courthouse in Pade County. Florida,
within -Ix calendar months from the
time ot ihe first publication hereof,
or the -ame will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 1 day
01 February. A P ISM
OL" R1 v MARTIN
As Executrix
First publication nf this notice on
the day of February, ""
SIMON, HAYS A :i!l M'WFRf;
ttornev for Bxe iiti i
ii \,:. Miami
j o. i 5. *j:'
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION
No "1764
SANDRA KEI'.N'KNE
V.....
DON xLDC KEItNENE.
^'""'"notice of suit
to donaldc kbrnene
I-,..... fnki
tmripiBD
, dlvor fhuj
llt., , i, thi above rti
. n reou
\i ner or Pleao
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IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLRIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77657-B
' In RE: Eefate of
A' EX RACHL1N
I >:Lsed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ..ml All r -- -
Having Claim* or [lemaudr tgan
Saul Estate:
You are hi i.. tilled '
' e.l to present anj claims and de-
m i"ds whii-h >"U may hnv.
: the estate ALEX HACHI.in de-
-, i ed late I 'ad. Count) '
to the Count) Judgei Dade
County, anil file the, -am- [l Cll.t' ''
a'id as provided I'n S.n I hoi if ""
rjiU Statutes.'th the r ... "j .1
fouiiiv CourihouHi In Dide r>jiit>
Flol Mi w Ithjn si* a!> rtfti '
(rom the tlfh' uf Um >-'
hereof, or .the -:.me will Iisrred
II ted .' ': athi, I nt Ida thi
tt..\ of January, A u I9W<
K/CEI.r.\ -RACHLIN
As y.yseutftx
Kir--, nubli' itth '. M Ihi* I f
the :''h dav if.', ruiary, 1 :
H : FABER
, Attni ',,y f< W\. cuM n
I1J a :-.;. Bulldhig
Miami. Florida FR I-&6X7
'...'.. .
the firsl publication
same will be barred,
ii .ie.i ,ii Miam Fli rlda
lay of January. A P IMS
CAROLYN PRY U'TT
As Admli stn rlx
First publication of Ibis i
thi '.' day of February, I MM.
PI N V and IHNSON
Attorneys for Estate
416 Bisvayne Ituildiug. Mlnml
: I6-J3 -.
of
the
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N"i>Tb'i; is HEREBY LIVEN thai
tlcralgned, n< string to engaib
in I ti-.'.- s under lh fb*l I ic
ti'MK qPAl.lTY PAINT STol'.E
gl \ w J6th 811 et, .M'aini. Flo-
rida Intends lo register said nanu
he i 'l.-rk of he 'In uit I
Of f' -on- tj p
K< iBRRT II u KTMl >RE
da: sattn
\ for Robfr Wetntore
P21 f > v.itlonal Ba'i ^ Hull I
Flor da "-
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from '!"
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ihi
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1MAN

IN THE COUNTV JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77665-A
fti i R i:- late i f
DAV 13 ai.NKIN
...-<'
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i. All Croditii- and All !' '" ilia '
injr Claims or In ii,,,mis Againel Said
F.'..:.
',*, ,i are hereby noufievl and i/u '
ed to itrtMw nt any claims and demands
wbii b vnu mns have against the
estate of PAVE ZINKIN di ...-.d
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
Coui ty Judges ol Dade County, and
file t1 sarn" In duplicate and .is |iro-
vided i" Sc'iou 733.16, Florida Sta-
Ste- ill Ilieir offices In IPI '', ,i tj
ui ..! in Lade County, Florida,
w ihin n\y calendar months
time "f the first publicst
ur the -.'inc will be be/red
Da'ed al Miami. Florida,
da, .'.i luaryi i 1'
ISRAEL ZINKIN
MA IAIN' BNOLANDK
As i 'o-Esecutors
Fir-t pubii alien of this notice on
Ihi d dav "f February, 1961
BHEV IN, OOODM iN &
}W :'.m w
\" rneys for Ei Utors
346 ... ,!. Id Build ng
: 1-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVES' that
the underslg.....I, desiring i igage
business Undei Ihe fictitious name
ol Ml \MI YACHT CENTER al
NW 84th Avenue, Miam Florida In-
tends to register said i ime with the
.. ,.i tbe Cir.uit Court
ENTERPRISES
1
; V Sal
S I A -
- \ PORTER
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NOTICE UNDER
S NAME L^ '
i'l!N I

ins i
. -'
-i

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. 3/1
if Dadi
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IV THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT .
OF FLORIDA N AND FOR OAD
COUNTV. IN CHANCERY,
No. 68-1337
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
v RTH \ Ri HillKSf iN
! ... :.!
,IB OEORGE IH iHERSON,
I '. .dan:
T' i- WILLIE OEi 'K' :' R' IWRK
i Spr I lardi Street
Apt No. 1 I
Philadelphia, IV nnsylvanla
You, WILLIE '> iR!E KOBBRS Nl
r. by Ifli d thnl a Rill of
i mplainl for Hlvi has n. i n fllofl
agivinsl you. and s "U are required
to -.rve a cop} nl "ur Answir or
Pleading to the Mill of Complaint on
r ii. Plaintiff's attorney, ENOBL A
P<||.LACK. 1700 N VV Tth Sir. ;.
Miami Dade County, Flonds ..'id
file the original Vnswer or Pleading
in the offlt.....f the Cl.rk nf the Ctr-
i i ..ii. or.- the 4th dag
..f March. 19*18. Il you fail to do s.,.
Udgmetit by default will be
..: .1 -,-i you for thi relief demanded
In il lini of Complaint.
. -h.dl be puhllshi d
,.., week fi fi Qi secutlvi w.cks
THE JEWISH FIXIRIPIAN
:.i c.'E ND ttRDERKU Mil mi.
Florida, this S6th daj of .1.
A.D. I6J
E B IJCATHERM \N. Clerk,
Circuit Curt. Daili '.unty. Flor i
By: '" P ll '' VXD
Deputy Clerk
(CI mi Court Si
KNci-.i, & POLLACK
ITi' N W 7'b Street
Miami. Florida f^i-sj.,.,,
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77799-C
In I'.E: Bsl it. ol
PHILIP HERNSTEIN
Pe.'eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T" All Credltort and An Persons
Having Claim- or Demands Against
- id Estate:
\ -u are hereby notlfh il and re-
, u .. d to presei v 'ami- .i' ':.-
,i- u he l you mas has
Ihe estate of PHILIP BERNSTEIN
Ic a-. I lati Dade fount) l
I 'ounl i Judges I ide Cou ty,
., ,d fill HI lupllcate and
i, pros led In 8
In the
i. Dade 1
ilendar I
the firsl imhll I
,| v m n _.'ili
Jnnu
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FEATURES EFFECTIVE THRU SATURDAY AT ALL FOOD FAIR AND FREDERICKS STORES
Excluding Kother Mktli
U.S. GOV'T. GRADE A -U.S. GOV'T. INSPECTED-OUICK FROZEN
U.S. GOV'T. GRADED AND U.S. GOV'T. INSPECTED
TOP U.S. CHOICE-WESTERN BEEF
CHUCK STEAKS center cuts......lb
JUICY RIB STEAKS
CLUB STEAKS
RIB ROASTS
CALIFORNIA ROASTS
BONELESS CHUCK 5
SHOULDER STEAK ,-
GROUND CHUCK
SHORT CUT
WELL TRIMMED. .LB
A REAL TREAT!........LB
SHORT CUT
CENTER CUTS...........LB
OR BONELESS
STEW BEEF LEAN LB.
59
99
$|19
99
79
79
99
79


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GARDEN FRESH
SNO-WHITE
CauUffoum
FOOD
FAIR
K'-ISAVE MERCHANTS GREEN STAMP>
7 YOURS WITH" EVERY PURCHASE
CfttCM *I*MPS
TOP U.S. CHOICE
CORNED
BEEF
BONELESS BRISKET
69
LB.
49 VALUE ESKIMO PIE
SHERBET 4
6-OZ.
CUPS
SECOND
CUTS
29
SI.05 VALUE
15'j-OZ. BTL. "W Of
LOVOriS MOUTHWASH .# 0
Serwicc ^cUcAtc&te*
AVAILABLE WHERE THERE ARE SERVICE COUNTERS
ALL CHEESE AND LUNCH MEATS ARE SLICED
TO YOUR ORDER.
LEAN COOKED SLICEO
CORNED BEEF
%-LB
SAVE
C 40C-LB.
SAVE 39< LB.-FRESHLY SMOKED
IMPORTED NECTARINES 49
D'ANJOU PEARS wAun 2 49
MdNTOSH APPLES ouA% 3BB 49^ Mun-Chee Cheese b 79
Boby Whitefish,cu.s,....Ll,991'
WISCONSIN FINEST SWEET
BONUS SPECIAL
BONUS SPECIAL
BONUS SPECIAL
SAVE UP TO 30C-FYNE TASTE
SAVE UP TO 20c
SAVE UP TO I2C
4
4
\
4
i
ALL
PURPOSE
GRIND
C00DFAI LlMS
I-LB. CAN '
LIMIT ONE CAN. EITHER BRAND. PLEASE.
mm OTHER PURCHASES OF $6.98 OR MORE
FLO-SUN PURE
'THE REAL THING
FROM
ORANGE
JUICE
FOOD FAIR CREAMED
COTTAGE
CHEESE ...
OT.
CONT.
'-4.8.
.CUP
29
29
Miracle Whip
SALAD DRESSING
FYNE TASTE -QT. JAR
Salad Dressing 29c
LIMIT ONE JAR, EITHER BRAND. PLEASE
WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF $5 OR MORE'
GENUINE BOSTON
HADDOCK
FILLETS
LB.
79
FRESH CUT
SKINLESS
AND
BONELESS
PILLSBURY
Plain or Self-Rising FLOUR
BAG
FOOD FAIR PLAIN OR m ^
SELF -LB. ^O
RISING SbACvT
LIMIT ONE BAG. EITHER BRAND. PLEASE.
WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF $5 OR MORE
kVE 20- AMERICAN KOSHER
FRANKS or
KNOCKS .
ALL FLAVORS
MASTER'S 2
TOGURT '--
*-**? VOCURT-U-OZ. CUP 25
69
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