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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and TMf JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 41 Number 9
Miami, Florida, Friday, March 1, 1968
Two Sections Price 20c
MEW ATTACKS
Terrorism Up Despite
King Hussein's Pledge
Samuel Rothberg (right), National Campaign Chairman
of the Israel Bond Oiganizaiion, is shown receiving a plague
cuing him for twenty-five yeai i of outstanding leadership
in American Jewish programs of aid to Israel and overseas
Jewry. Mr. Rothberg. a founder cf the Israel Boid program,
was honored this week crt a dinner held in conjunction
with the Inernationr! Inaugural Conference for Israel
Bonds, of which he is chairman. Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz,
vice president of the Israel Bend Organization, is shown
presenting the plague to Mr. Rothberg.
Bond Inaugural Gets
Campaign Underway
TEL AVIV (W'NS) Belief that
King Hussein of Jordan may be j
weakening in his ban on terrorist
elements that have been conduct-
mi; forays against Israel, or that
he may nave been forced by politi-
:ii and military elements in his
country to reverse himself, was
voiced here in informed circles
this week.
Lending credence to that view
were a sen,.- oi terrorist assaults
on Israel and mounting press
oressure in Jordan against the
King's position. i
_ Also, it appears that when the
King announced his planned cur-
tailment on raids on Israel from
ins country, he was acting on the
advice if no! with the consent of
i'res'.deni Nasser of Egypt. Later
reports, however, indicated that
: wants the terrorist raids on
Isr el to go .hi since "il is the only
language Israel knows."
Confirmation of a change of
stand cy King Hussein came also
in a report in the London Times
Envoy Rejects Charges;
Says It's 'Stale BorshV
The attention of American and
Canadian'Jewry will he focused on
Iiami Beach this weekend as Vice
resident Hubert H. Humphrey
ind Gen. Itzhak Rabin, Israel's
^ew Ambassador to the United
States, take part in the launching
)f the 1968 campaign to speed the
{rowth of Israel's economy through
|h- sale of State ot Israel Bonds.
Although he will appear at the
Israel Bond Inaugural Dinner on
Saturday evening at the Fontaine-
Meau Hotel in his role as Israel's
ief diplomatic spokesman in
Washington, the presence of Gen.
tabin. who served as Chief of Staff
Israel's Defense Forces during
lie Six-Day War, will provide a
Iramatic reminder of the many
problems still facing Israel in her
truggle to \\ in the DeaCe.
More than 3000 delegates from
le United States and Canada will
lare in welcoming Gen. Rabin as
trael's new envoy and in launch-
ig the 1968 Israel Bond cam-
paign to expand industrial produc-
i, increase her export trade and
Inance irrigation and housing con-
struction, and to develop harbor
ind railway transportation.
Samuel Rothberg, chairman of
the Inaugural Conference, empha-
s'/ed that the greatly increased
demands on Israel's economic re-
sources in the wake of the hostili-
ties of last summer made it im-
perative for Israel Bonds to supply
the major share of the country's
S28ft.000.0O0 Development Budget
for this year
The four day Israel Bond confer
ence was due to open with the
world premiere of the lPfc'8 All-
Israel Fashion Show on Thursday
inhering in 'he start of the 1968
UNITED NATIONS. NY. (JTA)
Israel rejected this week as
"stale Russian Borsht" a series of
charges by the Soviet representative
in the United Nations Human
Rights Commission against Israel,
including "inhuman treatment" of
I the Arab population in the occupi-
ed areas; abandonment of "hundr-
eds of thousands" of persons in the
Sinai desert, resulting in "great
loss of life:" the alleged bombard
ment of refugee camps and evic-
tion of Arab civilians from their
homes.
Platin D. Morozov. the Soviet
delegate, used most of his hour-
long diatribe in denouncing Israel
and "the ruling circles in Tel Aviv."
He asked the commission to con-
demn the alleged Israeli Declaration
on Human Rights.
Ambassador Shabtai Rosenne,
Hie Israsli representative, exercis-
ed his right of reply and declared
that the Soviet concern for human
richts might have carried more
weight if the Soviet Union had
voted for the Universal Declara-
tion.
He denied that any recognized
rights ot Arabs in Israel-held terri-
tory had been deliberately violated.
He said the "people left to their
death in the desert" were soldiers,
part ol an "aggressive force" built
up in the area by Egypt and
"abandoned to their fate by their
officers" in the June war. He said
that while Israel had not been
bound to help the stranded troops.
Israeli authorities had arranged
for their succor and helped them
to return to Egypt.
drive of the Women's Division
Israel Bonds.
ol
In addition such widely known
American Jewish figures as Abra-
ham Feinberg. president of the
Israel Bond Organization; I.ouis H.
Boyar. chairman of the Board of
Governors and Dr. Joseph J.
Schwartz, vice president, will play
ieading roles in the deliberations
and decisions of the Conference.
The Conference will review the
economic achievements of Israel
on the occasion of its twentieth
anniversary, as well as study the
development needs of the coming
decade in which Israel expects to
full,11 its hopes for a high degree
if economic independence,
Morris B. Abram Is
Named Brandeis Head
By Special Report
WALTHAM, MASS. Morris
Abram. president of the American
Jewish Committee has been named
the president of Brandeis Univer-
sity.
Mr Abram an attorney who has
also served as senior advisor to
the United States Mission to the
United Nations will succeed Dr.
Abram Sachar. president oi Bran
Dayan Sets Occupation Cost
ARAB JUDGES
BAR ISRAELIS
JKRUSA1.E.M. I JTA) Two
West Bank judges who were
appointed to the bench by
the Israeli military govern
ment. have barred Israeli
lawyers from appearing in the
courts of Hebron and Beth
lehem. it was reported this
week The lawyers may ap-
peal to a higher court, but
the military government is
not interfering.
JERUSALEM (JTA) The ad-
ministration of the .occupied West
Bank is costing Israeli taxpayers
100 million pounds (S28.5 million)
,i year, Defense Minister Moshe
Dayan told local Arab leaders dur-
tng a visit to the West Bank town
ol Jenin this week
He said that Israel would be
willing to turn over local govern-
ment on the West Bank entirely
to the Arabs provided they were
willing to accept the responsibility
and conditions were ripe for the
transfer.
The Defense Minister said that
until a peace treaty was signed, at
least wilh Jordan or with a "Pal-
estinian" state, Israeli authorities
constituted the government on the
West Bank and were running all
the services that were previously
the responsibility of Jordan
He said the main burden falling
on Israel's taxpayers was the sal-
aries paid to municipal employees
and teachers on the West Bank. In
addition, he noted. Israel recently
i provided 2,000 blankets for needy
\ West Bankers and gave nine kilo-
grams of Hour per person in the
Continued en Page 11-A
deis since its founding in 1948. who
will become Chancellor of the
University
Mr. Abram will assume the pres-
idency during the forthcoming
academic year at a date to be de-
termined.
A member of the New York law
firm of Paul, Weiss. Rifklnd, Whar-
ton and Garrison, he is also U.S.
Representative to the United Na-
tions Commission on Human Rights.
He gained national prominence
when he successfully argued the
constitutionality of Georgia's coun-
ty election rule before the United
States Supreme Court, which in
1963 declared the county unit
unconstitutional. The decision has
since played a vital role in re-
apportionment decisions affecting
Congress and Legislatures across
the country.
Mr. Abram's appointment was
announced by Lawrence A. Wein
of New York, chairman of the
Brandeis Board of Trustees. The
announcement came six months
after Dr. Sachar advised the Trus
Continued on Page 9-A
from its correspondent in Jordan.
According to the report the King
was compelled to reverse himself
by public opinion.
New terrorist incidents occ
in the Golan Heights, the Dea I &
area and the Gaza Strip.
At the Golan Hei jhts an .,.
Kibbutz Nalu! Golan, a 19-year-
old girl in the Israel service losl
ner leg wiien a bjzi oi a shell ex-
ploded in the kibbutz kitchen.
In the Dead Sea area, the in-
truders blasted and destroyed a
number ol fuel barrels and a water
pumping station.
In the Gaza Strip, the raiders
lama I an Is: aeli truck.
Later in the week, Israeli forces
opened fire across the Jordan Riv-
sr at marauders retreating to Jor-
danian bases and five Arab terror-
ists were killed in a clash with an
Israeli patrol north cf the Alienby
Stidge near Jericho. No Israeli
casualties were reported in either
incursion.
The attack on Masada kibbutz,
southeast of the southern tip of
Lake Tiberias, began with firing
of 60-mm mortars. Several of the
.shells'fell within the kibbutz hous-
' ing perimeter. One exploded near
an infants home where many ba-
bies were asleep. None did any sig-
nificant damage.
Watchmen later said they heard
machinegun bursts from a dis-
tance aimed at the kibbutz area,
but could not pinpoint the loca-
tion.
In the Jericho incident, the pa-
trol intercepted the terrorists on
the west bank of the Jordan River
about four miles north of the
[ bridge, an army spokesman said.
Two Russian-made assault guns, a
Communist Chinese machinegun
and explosives were found on the
' oodies of the slain intruders.
The intrusions confirmed a
warning bv Mai,. Gen. Chaim Bar-
lev. Israel's Chief of Staff, who
visited the Jordan and Bcisan Val-
leys to inform settlers that the
Israeli army was taking all neces-
sary steps to assure continuation
ol norm JI life in the affected set-
tlements He said then that the
"current lull" in terrorist activi-
ties was deceptive because Israel
could not accept King Hussein's
assurances that he would stop in-
trusions from Jordan.
MORRIS B. ABRAM


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Friday. March i m

Dr. Eisendrath Calls For
Increased Peace Efforts
Dr. Maurice Eisendrath, presi-
denl of the Union of American
Hebrew Congregations, this week
called for stepped up efforts for
peace on the part of Jewish lead-
ers throughout the country,
Addressing a gathering of Re-
form Jewish leaders at Temple
Beth Sholom. Miami Beach, Dr.
Eisendrath said that "the quest
fi peace is the one injunction for
which Jews are not permitted to
v;iit."
He renewed his call on the John-
son Administration to halt the
bombing of North Vietnam "as a
firs! step to negotiations, which
United Nations Secretary-General
I Thant now says would take place
v. ithin days, rather than weeks, of
.-uch a cessation."
Dr. Mcmr'co Eh-n-'-atri, at a
recent pravcr for peace ser-
vice at Arlinqlon National
Cemetery.
In a heated qucstion-and-answer
period which followed the LAHC
president's address, he answered
several questions resarding his
lailure to cite atrocities of the Viet
Cong and North Vietnamese with
the retort: "Are we Jews to justify
ihe committing of atrocities by the
South Vietnamese by pointing to
those of their opponents in the
civil strife0 1 do not condone their
atrocities. I condemn them. But
we, who must still point out to our
Christian friends that we do not
lollow the eye for an eye, tooth
lor a tooth" rule cannot ue such
justification."
Dr. Eisendrath reported on his
recent 22-day mission for peace
around the world during a program
which co-featured a cantonal con-
cert by Cantor., Jacob Bornstein
of Temple Israel. David Conviser
of Temple Both Sholom and Mi-
chael Kyrr of Temple Beth Am.
Dr. Joseph R. Narot of Temple
l&riel presided, after welcoming
remarks by Dr. Leon Kronish of
Temple Beth Sholom and James
Albert, president of the South Flor-
ida Federation of the UAHC.
Several meetings were held dur-
ing the week with local and na-
tional leaders of the Reform Jew-
Sfa Appeal, which sent the RJA
' nore than 40 percent ahead ol its
' t!)67 pace. Tie HJA supports ac-
! tivities of the I AHC and ol I
'Hebrew Union College-Jewish In
; stitute of Religion.
Dr. Nelson Glueck, president of
I he IH'C JIR. was guest of h
ii three cocktai; receptions hosted
by ofl cera of UAHC member con-
in ..ati ins. He noted thai the I-
! programs of the Reform Move-
Pnem have continued to increase
:n the months since the June war
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(;o Id in an n: Only Zionist Movement
Can Attract Western Immigration
JERUSALEM, (JTA) Dr.
\ahum Goldmann, president of the
World Zionist Organization, warned
nere this week that it was a deli-
cate and almost insuperable task
o presuade young or adult Jews
:n Western Europe or the United
Slates to give up the political and
<-conomic benefits they enjoy and
come to settle in Israel.
i
The Zionist leader said that this
was a task that required the educa-1
tion of Jews in the Western world
to understand Israel's vital need
for aliyah (immigration so that
it becomes part of their conscious- j
ness as Jews. Such a task, he de-
clared, could be accomplished only
by a strong, vital Zionist movement
but in no case by any governmental
body
Pi Goldmann spoke at the con-
sultative assembly of the World
Zionist Organization attended by
100 Z;onist leaders from Israel and
ibroa Present at the opening were
President Zalman Shazar of Israel,
Prime Minister Levi Eshkol, mi m
ii h Cabinet and the Jewish
New Jersey Rabbi
In Sunday Talk On
'Reform Judaism'
"Reform Judaism in Israel" will
be analyzed by Rabbi Herbert
Weiner at 10 a.m. Sunday, for the
Greenfield Adult Institute of Tem-
ple Israel of Greater Miami.
Spiritual leader of Temple Israel
of the Oranges in New Jersey,
Rabbi Weiner served as the first
administrator of the Hebrew Union
College in Jerusalem in 1962 and
spent last year on sabbatical leave
in Israel, bringing his material on
Reform Judaism in the Holy Land
UP to date.
Rabbi Weiner has earned a na-
tional reputation as an author and
scholar and is known for his writ-
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Speaking in the same vain, Aryeh
Pincus, chairman of tha Jewish
Agancy, said that tha test of tha
Zionist movement abroad would
oa whether it succeeded or failed to
ftimulata a large scale aliyah. He
decried those in the Government
and the Israeli press who, he said,
were belittling the Zionist move-
ment, thus creating an atmosphere
ihat mad.j it impossible to launch
jold undertakings.
Dr. Goldmann also said that the
Zionist movement was trying to
10 two contradictory things to
Oecome a representative body em-
bracing a majority of Jews while
.it the .same time trying to revive
its Classical nature as a lighting.
auical and revolutionary move
men! in Jewish lite. It has failed
in the former and should there-
.ore concentrate on the latter en-
leavor, lie declan d
Hi' listed three basic tasks thai
ace Zionism: to secure Jewish
olidaritj with Israel under all
circumstances; to stimula i con
inued lai ge si ale immigration to
israel and to take care of Jewish
ducation in the diaspora.
To think that the Zionist move-
-nent could be liquidated and the
israel Government take over these
asks is not only unrealistic but
'nonsensical," Dr. Go.dmann said.
,io government in the present
structure of the world can even
dream of undertaking such tasks
di the education of Jews in diaspora
or organizing aliyah. If they tried,
he warned, they would create per-
manent difficulties and provoke
legal measures against their acti-
vities.
Dr. (loldmann advocated the cre-
ation of a movement of "magshi-
mim" people who make a per-
sonal commitment to aliyah. to be
a part of the Zionist movement,
"a core." he .said, but not a separate
entity. He also urged the unifica-
tion oi the various Zionist factions
into a central body
Mr Pincus also said he favored
establishment of a movement of
people committed to aliyah and to
make its creation binding on all
sections of the Zionist movement
He reported on efforts to .stream-
line the Jewish Agency and coordi-
nate its activities with those of the
Government. He noted that a joint
authority had been set up by the
Jewish Agency and the Israel
Government for aliyah and absorp-
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Agency "coordinating com-
mittee" meeting here this
week at which Jewish Agency
leaders demanded that cer-
tain government spokesmen
and agencies stop trying to
undermine the Jewish Agen-
cy's existence. They referred
specifically to press reports
of requests by the Finance
Ministry and the Ministry of
Agriculture that the Jewish
Agency's settlement depart-
ment be liquidated and its
functions transferred to the
-in ernmenl.
tion. But. he added, it should be
understood that the Jewish Agency
nit nues to bear responsibility
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reeds tar fbe cnnucl Incuau.-=: Ccr.-
:e.-ence ia pmporatioa for the 1968
rrrrjpcicr. one oi the most crucial
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be .ev..;h Stale.
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American Jewry to stand behind Is-
rael al a critical turning point in ts
hiotary.
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the gathering will aroduce a demon-
stration of solidarity that will prove
mghly encouraging to the people of
... Israel, in view of the participation in
the conclave of Vice President Hubert
Humphrey and of Gen. Itzhai Rabin
wno combines m his own person the
triumph of Israel aims in the recent
past and the hopes of the Jewish
btate for peace in the immediate
future.
Last year, the sale of Israel
bonds reached an all-time high in
f^riber. P^Pan* d the level of
purchases to bolster Israeli, economy in a
period of grave crisis.
tW ^^ !?n mU* *" ex,eaded to maintain
mat level during the campaign this year so
mat the economy may continue to function and
develop despite the commitment of almost all
oi Israels own resources to the struggle for
n .hPi* 5?5 ]h0t WhQt ^PP^s this year
-n the Israel Bond campaign will have a direct
and decisive eHect on what happens in Israel
tn terms of making uD for lost time in the in-
terrupted tasks of development and in initiatina
new projects to meet new problems.
Israel's course of economic growth is out
SSoSxoo.1968 develoPmen, budaet WoHng
Whether the major part oi these develop-
ment funds will be available, depends to a
large degree on whether we can maintain the
momentum of last year's Bond camoaign
While in the past. Israel bond receipts
accounted for one-third of the nation's annual
aevelopment budg-t. the Bond drive is now
expected to provide more than half of this
years funds for development.
Development needs are increasing, not
declining.
Israel will need an accelerated flow ofr
funds to construct more water projects. o=n-
rate more electricity, grow more food and in-
dustrial crops, build more housing as well as
roads and railway lines and intensify the ex-
ploration and processina of mineral resources.
A larger oil DiDeline must also b structed to carrv increased amounts of oil from
tankers berthed at pw rt the southern tin of
Israel to Ashdod and Haifa, the country's main
Mediterranean ports.
These and other imoortant projects are on
Israel's 1968 develooment noenda and every
purchase of an Israel Bond will help to move
that aaenda forward.
Durina most of toad's two decades of
existence, the Israel Bond D'oorTm hns 'orvo-l
as an ever-expandi^ channel of funds for
-growth and production.
Israel has maHe exemolarv use o* thes
vital resources and her enormous strides in
economic proaress amolv testify to that fact.
Durina the r-nmi"o var the '"c'e of de-
velopment u-h^ch ho"~n with *mel Binds mu*t
be widened even farther to brina more econo-
mic strength to ever" CTl'e' of Isra'- to everv
citv and townr t^ vrv f-fctorv and form, as
the nation faces this crucial turnina point in its
existence.
There is every reason to hope that the
Inaugural Conference taking place in Miami
Beach this weekend will be of decisive impor-
tance in helping to achieve this objective.
-----------------------
Htstadrut's Role In Israel
The outpouring of supDort for the Hisiad-
rut's educational, welfare and cultural pro-
jects which was shown at last weekend's third
annual Midwinter Conference of the American
H'sfodrut Development Foundation was further
evidence of the solidarity of American Jewrv
with Israel.
A cross-section of Americans at the Histad-
rut events in Miami Beach contributed SI.000.
000 to the Foundation, bringing its total past the
S 10700.000 mark in wills, bequests, annu.ty
and income funds.
Over the veers. Hi=tadrut has arown in
importance as the orincinal source of vo-c'ional
and medical services for Israelis and the labor
federation's role as an emolover and as a force
for unifying Jewish ~nd Arab workers has
prov-n ma'T]}v si~nifiront.
The conierence also called attention to
the increasing importance in American Jewish
philanthropy of annu'tv D-arams. wills and
beauests a- we'l as othor !pw,rv an-roarh
^ a tvne of aiving that is particularly suited
tor meehna lona-term needs.
It was here in Greater Miami that the
Histadnit Foundation wn brouaht into beinq'
some six years ago and its value to the growth
and development of Israel has amolv i-H*J
the nationwide efforts expended on its behalf.
As Israel enters its third decade this year.
he work of the His.adrut is certain to continue
d0evPePmeJ,,al ** ** ^--onomic
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little attention has been
paid to what ii happenina. be-
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show anj > ob\.ous and
neat link. i p^rt of the
pattern is the effort by the Stu-
dent Nonviolent Co-ordinating
Committee and one of two other
ultramilitant groups to recruit of-
and troops in h:gh schools
and Negro college! right across
tn. countn
Violenrr
The result ha been sporadic
violence, like the school troubles
in Philadelphia and the shocking
business al South Carolina State
College, which was so horribly
mishandled that three students
wen lulled With results that for-
tunately ha\e not been compar
able with those at Orangeburg.
almost equallv critical situations
have arisen in a cod half-dozen
other i llegi ol the same sort.
and in at least a score of hi-h
schools, right across the country,
and all in the last s:x months.
This is only one a-pect of the
matter, however. The second and
more serious aspect is the direct-
action campaign -o seize the
schools themselvef. Here in
Washington, the leader is Stokely
Cfrmichael, Pointing out that the
primary and elementijry schools
in Washington are now "93 per-
cent black: he has announced
the goal in plain terms.'
'we intend b) any means nec-
essary ft. take over the school
system so thai it will respond to
bltejl peopl, s needs." -
Mool lake-over
The campaign already has
scored soi* success in New
York, where the establishment of
experiment*!, qu-si-mdependent
school district, has given a useful
opportunity ,o the black power
xtrenmts. Two of the three
school districts are now under
black power control, because of
the operation of the simple rule
ht orgnniied minorities aluays
aefeat unaroused majorities.
I the third local school dis-
net, there i. bitter trouble be-
*-nthe black p,er jicople and
wl \ i",,, P,'rr, ""*
10 hjv'' r"slt>" black power
,akt'Ver > *t the two dis-
tr.cts where tb< i .- ..v.
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tern
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duerder and th.
educational breal
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word for this at IS201
Serins Dilemma
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ma here Control
by the parents .- .
American principli
ly enshrined in McGi
ay's report on th< New Vork
school system. Yel situation
at IS201 is q_ -, ir,
sequence ol the New \ k expen
ment. sponsored by Bundy'j own
Kord Foundativr. *itl
trol of schools by pan
The worm in th,
particular apple, of ( :< .-the
ability of organized minorities to
defeat unaroused majorities, One
may assume trut irn vast major-
ity of tsegro parents in the 16 201
scnool district do not. the situ-
ation ths-re any betti -:;.r
parents wuuin But Fei^lJOD'l
supporters noneth.<-- captured
control of the I
scnool board.
Consequeiin'
No one with a tr:
cality can douo: thai
l.on a; IS 201 is
ii.any other ghett vbieta
is Lenniehael -
torn, t.iree COO ts *ill fol-
low inc schoo.s wilJ Dt .ised to
teach racism, no) three R'
Congress uill thcrr .p>r.: irtusc
lederal aid to schools in poverty
llClgilOOillOOds And a |O0d, iOflg
step will be taken tojrJ trie
apartheid which the black racist;
aie. in tact. prea<
These are point- : the ~'&>
mass of sensible N< Ant:
cans to reflect upo:. M'.-anwaaY
the white majorit) >h Id ref*
long and wlemnl) n arotlr
point
This desperately dangerous sit-
uation has arisen because th*
ghetto schools do not in fad,
Rive ghetto children a iccent ed-
ucation. And we shall sniely have
apartheid in America, one day.
unless the white majority joins
in supporting a massive, general.
very radical and very costlj
nationwide program ol 8neno
school improvement
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fJewisfi noridiain
Page 5-A
$1 Million Is Raised
At Histadrut Events
Con :uding its seventh year at the
I site o: its inception. Miami Beach,
tin American Histadrut Develop-
ment Foundation was enriched by
more -Jian Sl.000.000 through the
[third annual Midwinter Confer-
ence of the organization at the
IFontiviebleau Hotel last weekend.
Sore $618,000 was added to the
[Ilistuurut Annuity, the Histadrut
Ijiuon.e Fund, trust funds and be-
|que |v hit r. Honored Frank Sinatra.
Mr Sinatra, ill with pneumonia,
[wa- unable to attend and his at-
Itornej Milton Rudin of Los An-
Chairmen Named
[To JWV Conclave
To Be Held Here
U;,.:.n Rosofsky will serve as
Itii.i an of the convention com-
i when the Jewish War Vet-
brans .mil Auxiliary holds their
lani.i state conclave at the Bar-
i Hotel. June 21 to 23.
Mi Meyer Cohen will be co-
c ;. .in of the event with Ralph
Grossman serving as treasurer
[aiii. Arthur Lee as secretary.
Mo. than 500 delegates and
Hheir ramifies are expected to at-
Qnd. Highlights of the three-day
Iconve ;ion will be the command-
IfiN banquet'for James Stern and
[the president's luncheon for Mrs.
|i\at i. own
Otntr committee appointments
Include: Irving Cooperman. Mr.
[and Mrs. Michael Schechter. jour-
Inal: Daniel Meal Heller, Arthur
fcelevi i, banquet and program;
Mrs "ax Kern, luncheon: Ainslee
IK. F< -lie. M Jay Berliner, Peter
Blue-.-n. Sam Krivitt and Char-
llott. 1 eal, publicity.
Urges Travel Curb Exemptions
gelea, received the Histadrut Medal
of Honor in behalf of the veteran i
performer.
Israel's Minister Plenipotentiary '
to the United States. Ephraim
Evron, lauded Histadrut's role in
meeting Israel's pressing educa-
tion, welfare and cultural budgets i
but concentrated his remarks on
the need for the world Jewry to
remain united behind his nation's I
stand in the continuing Middle East I
crisis.
Dr. Leon Kronish of Tempi* Bath I
Sholom, national vice president of
HistacVut, performed ceremonies
which consecrated Hie Frank Sina-
tra International Youth Center in
Nazareth, Israel Mr. Sinatra con
tributed $100,000 to the center.
William H. Sylk presided at the
dinner and at a Friday seminar
m estate planning which opened
the two-day conclave attended by
t total of 8V0 American and Cana-
dian Jewish leaders. Dr. Sol Stein
of New York was elevated to the
post of executive vice chairman of
the Foundation at Friday's meet-
ing. Mr. Sylk continues as national
chairman.
Jacob Rifkin of Miami Beach.
Florida Histadrut chairman, re-
ported the Greater Miami Anial
Technical High School at Ramleh.
1 Israel, has opened under Histadrut
auspices; with the local community
two-thirds ol the way towards a
S500.000 goal.
The contributions received
through the conference scut the
Foundation's seven year total well
1 past the S10.000.0CO mark. Mr.
Sylk. a Philadelphia communal
leader, announced.
JERUSALEM (JTA) Proposed
restrictions by the United States on
travel abroad to stem the outflow
of dollars was challenged here this
week by Israel's Minister of Tour-
ism, who argued that tourists com-
ing to Israel should be exempted
because their trips were, in es-
sence, religious pilgrimages.
Moshe Kol. addressing the world
conference of Jewish journalists
here, said that the exemption
should apply to Christian as well
as Jewish visitors to Israel. He
said he hoped the American au
thorities would not place restric-
tions on people traveling for re-
ligious purposes.
The 75 Jewish newsmen from
13 countries heard appeals for
increased aliyah (immigration)
from Labor Minister Yigal Allon,
Leon Dulczin, of the Jewish
Agency's immigration depart-
ment and Moshe Rivlin, director
jeneral of the Agency. They
were also addressed by Israel's
Chief of Start, ma|. Gen. Chaim
Bar Lev, who said that despite
the heavy influx of Russian arms
to the Arab countries. Israel still
enjoys military superiority and
has a much shorter frontier to
defend.
Aryeh Pincus, chairman of the
Jewish Agency executive, told the
'journalists that the World Zionist
Organization may propose that the
mobilization of world Jewish opin-
ion be included in its tasks.
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Friday. March 1. 1968
CJA-IEF Campaign Nears Halfway Mark
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Greater Miami's 1PS8 Combined
.'(wish Appeal-Israel Emergency
1-und joint drive this week moved
jnto its most intensive campaign
pi-riod with mixed reports of op-
timism and concern.
The CJA division of the twin
campaign reached the 45 per-
UJDl mark this week, general
chairman Norton S. l'allot report-
ed, b'.it pledge cards covered to
flate "are barely holding at the
20 p reent increase necessary to
attain our goal of Sl.991.200 ""
.Mr. Pallot pointed out that the
same enthusiasm mounted in last
manner's historic IEF drive is
" an absolute necessity if we are
to achieve our aim of getting the
maximum tunds for the Israel
Kmergency Fund and surpassing
our (MA target."
He rminded leaders of Dade
County synagogues and temples
that the Rabbinical Association
ol dealer Miami "has unani-
mMUly >M porting continued complete CO- ,
operation b\ congregations with
the CJA-IEF. But the resolution
will L>c meaningless unless trans-
lated into concrete action by each
and .-very synagogue and tem-
ple.."
A team of national leaders of '
the United Jewish Appeal leaders
l>r. Wolf.son's Talk
Roa The Women s league for Israel.
Lincoln-Miami Beach Chapter, was
to hold a regular meeting at 12:30
p.m. Feb. 29. at the 100 Lincoln
Road Club Room.
Dr. Abraham Wolfson. historian
and founder of the Spinoza Forum,
was slated as guest speaker. His
subject is "The Koad to Health and
Happier Living."
The program also includes a
travelogue on Israel and musical
numbers by the president of the
chapter. Mrs Rose Dcllerson, ac-
companied on the violin by Jack
Besser.
who flew into Greater Mtami as
| part of the L'JA's "Oiuration
! Jet" program of moving key
teams from city to city "reignitc-d
'he campaign," associate chair-
men Shepaid Broad asserted.
The visiting leaders, whose
own gifts to their home com-
munity s CJA-IEF drives repre-
sented increases over their com-
bined regular and emergency
separate drives of 1987, "set a pace
which we can and will match.*'
Robert Russell, another associate
chairman, said.
The month of March will be
proclaimed as CJA month in al-
most every Dade County munici-
pality and in the county as de-
tails of the drive, are mapped by
the campaign cabinet.
A major event in CJA month
will be a musical extravaganza to
| be staged in Miami Beach on
March 18, with the Miami Beach
Community Singers, under the
i direction of Ben Yomen. aiding
the campaign.
More than 3.000 persons are
expected at the Miami Beach
Auditorium. 17th Street and
; Washington Avenue, to hear the
Miami Beach Community Singers j
give a musical salute to the land \
of Israel.
An added feature of the show
Will be an address by Dr. Irving
Lehrman, rabbi of Temple
Emanu-EI. Dr. Lehrman is the
past general campaign chairman
of the CJA. serving in that ca-
pacity lor two years, 1964 and
1965.
He was recently appointed
chairman, for the second con-
secutive year, of the United Jew-
ish Appeal's Rabbinical Advisory
Council.
The Mercantile Division of the Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund pre-
sented three awards last weekend at the
unit's annual luncheon. Shown followinq
the presentation are 'from left): Louis I.
Davis, cochairman. Mercantile Division;
Mrs. Byron Topol. who accepted an award
on bahalf of her late husband for his out-
standing service and suoport to the Com-
kjpp-} Towi*^ A-.t*vt1, Hprman Hamper,
cochairman. Meicantile Division, Major Shu-
lamit Legum, Israel Army Corps, quest
speaker. Harry Miziach, chairman of the Ap-
parel Group and recipient of a special award;
Mrs. Harold B. Bosworth, who presented
the Harold B. Bosworth Memorial Award;
William Ruben, who accepted the Bosworth
Award on behalf of Robert Macht, chairman
of the board. Jordan Marsh Florida; and
Norton S. Pallot, 1968 Combined Jewish
ApoeaMsrael Emergency Fund joint cam-
Food Unit Lunch Set For Friday
Herbert Paige, chairman of the
Food and Allied Trades Division.
Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund joint campaign,
will host the annual division lunch-
eon scheduled for the Pepsi Cola
Bottling Plant-Rotunda Building
Friday.
Guest speaker at the affair is
Benad Avital, first secretary of the
Embassy of Israel in Washington.
D.C
Mr. Avital, with his wife settled
in Israel after serving in the British
Army during World War II. In
1954 he resumed a film-making
career, which he had begun in
England, where he was born. He
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lioni 1983 until his appointment a.
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Cochairmen of the Food and Al-
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Joseph Cohen and Leo Finkelstein
Jerry Blank is honorary chairman
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+Jewist Hk>rid/an
Cuban Unit Results Show
Sharp Increase This Year
The Hebrew Cuban Committee
for the 1968 Combined Jewish
Appeal Israel Emergency Fund
joint campaign, showed large in-
creases in both divisions at the
Committee's annual dinner last
week.
With more than 200 people in
attendance, increases of 65 per-
cent were gained for the Combin-
-d Jewish Appeal, along with 35
percent increases for the Israel
Emergency Fund, according to co-
.'hairmen Rabbi Dov Rozencwaig,
Morris Gimelstein and Miguel
Urazlawsky.
Guest speaker at the affair
which marked the 20th anniver-
sarj ot Israel was Zvi Kolitz Mr.
Kolitz, unowned Israeli author,
journalist and playwright, spoke of
the continuing emergency in Is-
rael on the eve of her 20 year an-
niversary. The dinner was" held at
Temple Beth Sholom.
Special awards were presented
to outstanding supporters of hte
CJA-IEF during the program. Re-
ceiving awards were the Cuban-
Hebrew Congregation of Miami,
the Cuban David Bliss Branch of
Farband-Labor Zionist Organiza-
tion of America for their outstand-
ing leadership for the CJA and
IEF last year, and Rabbi Rozenc-
waig for his role as chairman dur-
ing the June, 1967 Israel Emergen-
cy Fund drive.
B'nai B'rith Dial-A-Thon
The B'nai B'rith Council of South
Florida Lodges announced plans
'd intensify the Combined Jewish
Appeal larael Emergency Fund
"Dial-a-Thon" Mondaj to Thurs-
day. 7 p.m. 9 p.m., al the offices
.it the Great \t M ami J< wis i Fed-
eral on 1317 Biscayne Blvd Mark
R Rubin president of the Council,
said the telephone marathon '.'.ill
be the greatest in Florida B'nai
B'rith history.
The mine than 20 B'nai B'rith
lodges in Greater Miami will pro
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each niuht of the "Dial-a thon."
Lodges participating include Sho
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Harmony, Coral Gables, North
jhorc and Miami Beach.
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.< o ig to Norton S Pallot, 1968
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Greater Miami Jewish commun tj
p isil thi camj
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Friday. March 1. 1988

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Hi Rise Division To
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e
Identity Crisis
For my latest identity crisis I I
have been playing with words :
like "naive," "unsophisticated," '
and infantilist," but the decision
I have made is that what I really
am is an anachronism. It's been
difficult dating myself back .
chronologically, for the self-dis-1
covery is based on my recent in-
ability to relate to much of my
own generation, let alone my
children's.
Readers of these comments'
must have the impressionfrom
methat 1 am pragmatic, sophis-
ticated and a destroyer of myths.
On a recent weekend, which
found me backed to the wall of
reality by some dinner partners
and Rabbi Richard Rubenstein
on successive days, I learned to
my dismay that Don Quixote
wasn't the only Man from La
Slancha. I'm from there, too.
Rabbi Rubenstein is greatly in
demand as a lecturer, particular-
ly among Christians, for his can-
did presentations of a modern
Jewish noint of view the view
being that the God of the Old
Testament is dead if one believes ;
in an omnipotent God w ho re- ,
wards and punishes. After Ausch- i
witz. which is the title of his best-
seller, who could possibly believe
in such a God?
Actually, he feels, the Jews lost
that God and their power in the
year 70. and from this point of
view he believes that the "lib-
eral" (Jewish) position on civil
rights and the Negroes. Vietnam,
and Israel is wrong. N'ot only
wTOng but ultimately subversive
of Jewish life.
"Anyone who thinks he has
something to teach the world is
booking to be hated" and "Jews
have made a terrible mistake in
trying to teach others" so that
any idea that we are a "light to .
the nations'" is a dangerous one.
"The first mission of the Jew
is to stay alive," according to
Rabbi Rubenstein, but the Amer-
ican Jewish community is not
getting the message. In view of .
its real powerlessness as a minor- '
ity living by sufferance of the
majority, the Jewish people had i
better not challenge the power |
structure to the point where its
own existence could be endan-
gered.
Religion is defined by him as
the way we share the crises of
life (bar mitzvah. marriage and
death) and the times and seasons
of life within the inherited tradi-
tions of our religious communi-
ties. Since we live in barbarous
times, the Jews would seem to be
wise if they didn't disturb any
thing for, he asks, "isn't living-
existenceenough?"
I must admit that disturbing as
Rabbi Rubenstein's theme was to
me on a Sunday morning, it would
have been worse had I not been
benumbed from the night before.
Although I have written in recent
months of Jewish attitudes on
Vietname, poverty, civil rights
and found them not so liberal as
they were once believed to be. I
secretly believed or hoped with
those few of my readers that it
was not as bad as I had written.
But. like me. they talk only to
their bleeding-heart kind and see
the Jewish world in their own lib-
eral imaee. A this dinner party, i
from cocktails to dessert, I found >
myself alone in defending what I I
thought were the Jewish posi-
tions on these issues of the day.
There wasn't one dove in the
covey, little sympathy for the
poor, no understanding of the
civil rights issues and less of
America's historic stance in the
world. If this seems harsh in
writing, let me assure you that
1 was no less polemical before
and after an excellent dinner.
The shock of the found week-
end was that 1 realized what I
have suspected all along: that the
old values are disintegrating; the
old virtues are disappearing.
Among so many of our people
there are to be found no socially
redeeming qualities. There was a
time when I believed that the
United States was dedicated to
the proposition it could be better
than other countries and thus set
a standard changing human his-
tory, but we seem to be eager
to lower our standards on the
grounds that this is the easier
way to play the game.
I could never believe that Jew-
ish concern was only tribal, but
why not? The Flemings and the
Walloons are at each other's
throats in Belgium, the French
want to go their own way in
Canada, and we won't even men-
tion the African chaos. So goes
the one world, the Fatherhood of
God and the Brotherhood of Man.
N'ot to speak of the myth of the
Jewish mission "'to be a light
unto the nations."
As it does to all people, it has
come to me. 1 am too old to give
up my optimism, to stop my
"bleeding heart" and I shall con-
tinue to act as if I never went
to dinner nor heard Rabbi Ru-
benstein. When you get to be an
anachronism you get awfully
stubborn.
March meetings in the High Rise
and Residents Division will inten-
sify the joint campaign of the
ned Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund as it moves clos-
er to the half-way mark, according
to Ben Essen, division chairman.
Opening the March drive is a
breakfast meeting for Plaza 800
residents on Sunday in the build-
ing's recreation room at 10 a.m.
Mr. Essen is slated to speak be-
fore the group that is led by Abe
Lewis, chairman.
Committee members from Plaza
800 include Abe Dipkin, Mr. and
Mrs. Murray Firman, David Kov-
nat, Moises Levin, Mrs. Abe Lewis
and Bert Menachof.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Wexler,
long active members of the Miami
Jewish community, will host a cof-
iee meeting of the Brickell Town
House residents on Sunday, March
10 at 10:30 a.m.
Mrs. Wexler is the secretary of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion Speakers Bureau and has been
chairman of the leadership train-
ing institute of the Federation of
Jewish Women, served on the ad-
visory board of the Federation of
Jewish Women, and is a past presi-
dent of the Coral Division-National
Council of Jewish Women, Greater ',
Miami Section.
Mr. Wexler has served on the
budget committee of the Federa-
tion and is a past president of the
Miami Beach Exchange Club and
past president of the West Miami
Jewish Center.
Speaker at the Brickell Town
House affair is Harry B. Smith, as-
sociate treasurer of the Federa-
'The Jew in Florida' Topic
At T Session on Jewry
The second session ot the series
entitled "We. The Jewry," at the
YM-YWHA of Greater Miami was
held Sunday. The theme was "The
Jew in Florida What Are the
Dangers Created by Extremist
Croups in this State?"
Moderating the discussion was
Arthur Teitelbaum. regional direc-
tor of the Anti-Defamation League.
Edward Lustig of the YMHA Cul-
tural Arts Committee was the dis-
cussion leader.
tion. Mr. Smith is also vice chair
I man of the Federation budget
'-committee, a recipient ol the Fed- '
(.ration's Presidents' Leadership
Award in 19t>6. has been a co-
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+Jewisti fk-ricfia/n
Paqe 9-A
Sen. Kennedy Lauds
Efforts Of Seminary
Si : Edward M. Kennedy Hiis
x \ landed the Jewish Theo- |
Seminary of America as
I the lirst institutions to
n Itself with human rights
all nunil.iiul.
Sen Kennedy was the recipient
0l an honorary doctor of laws de-
t conferred by Dr. Louis Fink-
elslein, chancellor of the Seminary,
at a special convocation at Temple
Emami-El. Miami Beach.
In his address at the convoca-
tion dinner, Sen. Kennedy urged
"a peaceful settlement of the Viet-
nam war, in negotiations in which
each side gives something to the
otlur and if. negotiations cannot
be Jin in the near future, we should
moderate our' military activity to
where the destruction of the Viet-
namese, people and our own sol-
diers is reduced."
He cited his visit to Vietnam
las) month and observed that "no
conflict ever posed more poignant-
ly the question of the morality and
efficacy of war. Four years after
we, escalated our effort to bring
our foes to their knees, we are
more deeply involved than ever
and we-are taking actions that lay
Abram Will
tie Head Of
Brandeis U.
heavily upon our conscience."
Other speakers at the dinner in-
cluded Dr. Finkslstein, Seminary
president Dr. Bernard Mandel-
taom and Samuel Friedland of
Miami Beach.
Harry Sirkin of Miami Beach
was the recipient of the Semi-
nary's Community Service Award
which was also presented to: ller-
schel Blumberg, Washington, DC;
Jack A. Goldfarb, New York City;
Mayer Kaplan, Chicago; Louis
Kasle, Flint. Mich.; and posthum-
ously to Paul Himmelfarb, Wash-
Ington, D.c.
At the CorivtjcaiRen, Prof. Sey- '
; mour Siegel, associate professor
i of theology at the Seminary, de-
livered the ninth annual Samuel
j Friedland Lecture: "Judaism and
j the New Morality." Others partici-
| pating in the Convocation included
Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Rabbi
i Mayer Abramowitz.
Henny Younqman. entertain-
ment personalty, will be a
star altrcction at the Morton
Towers-Israel Dinner of State,
Saturday eveninq. March 9.
at the Fontainebleau Hotel,
where Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel
Mentz will be honored for
their service throuqh the
7A"" to tno S^tp of Israel.
Bond Lunch
On Tuesday
Plans for the second Annual
dinner on behalf of Israel Bonds
by residents of Forte Towers and
tl eir neighbors will be initiated at
a luncheon meeting for members
of the Committee of Patron-Hosts
fuesuay, at twelve noon, in the
One Thousand Boom of the Forte
Towers South Building.
Mr. and Mis Harry Stern, veter-
an leaders on behalf of the State
jf Israel, have been named chair-
men of the Patron-Host Committee
and will host the meeting. Cantor
Saul Breeh will serve as dinner
| chairman, with Louis Askwyth,
I Paul Kesser and Harry Rosenthal
serving as cochairmen.
The Forte Towers dinner will
I take place on Saturday, March 23,
at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Members of the committee meet-
ing at the luncheon next Thursday
1 will formulate plans for a gala
! event featuring outstanding enter-
| tainment and a leading Israeli fig-
ure as guest speaker.

Continued from Pag* 1-A
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(Faculty, which also were charged
rith evaluating nominations sub
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Jf**isti tBerikMOun
Friday, March 1. 1968
Religious Zionists Event
To Fete Israel's 20th
The Greater Miami Region of
the Religious Zionists of America
will celebrate Israel's 20th anni-
versary at its annual dinner to be .
hold Sunday evening March 24, at ,
Beth Israel Synagogue, it was an- '
nounced by Sherwin Stauber, new- '
]y elected president of the organi-
zation.
The program will also feature
the formal installation of Mr. Stau-
ber and the other officers.
Guest Speaker,
Dance On Tap
For Sophisticates
"Self-Awareness" was discussed
by Dr, Tod Aidman ;it a meeting
ol the "Young Sophisticates" Club
at the YM-YWHA of Greater Mi-
ami last Thursday,
Dr Aidman i> chairman of the
Division ol' Psych therapy Work-
shop oi the American Psychologi-
cal Association. He has taught at
Ohio State, (Jniversitj of Wiscon-
sin. University of .Miami and has
been in private practice in Miami
since 1961.
A big event for the Young So-
phisticates was io be a "Sadie
Hawkins Switcheroo" clance on
Thursday night. ;it the Central Y.
The club is open io single men
and women between the ages of
18 and 28.
Little-Read Bible Books
"Little-Read Books of the Bible"'
will be the title of the adult educa-
tion course starting Sunday eve-
ning at Temple Sinai. Rabbi Ralph
P Kingsley will conduct the series
which will begin with the study
of the Book of Ecclesiastes.
Herman Eisenberg has been
named chairman of the event.
Mr. Staubvr called for increased
support for the Jewish State,
stressing that "Israel still looks to
us for help in stabilizing her econ-
omy which has been ar.d still is
badly dislocated as she continues
!o face aggression."
Other officers to be installed at
the dinner include: Rev. Joseph
Krantz, honorary president; Rev.
Solomon Cooper and Dr. Isaac Un-
terman, vice presidents; Samuel
Schachno, treasurer; Rev. Jacob
D. Katz, recording secretary; J.
Jerry Schechter, financial secre-
tary; Jacob C. Cohen and Max Co-
hen, honorary life members; and
Rabbi Jonah E Caplan, executive
vice president.
Hyman IvlKo will be installed
..- chairman of thu board of direc-
tors nthcr members ol Hie board
ire:
Abe Aranoff. Abe Barbakoll Zvi
:. Muriaj BerkowatK Jerome
Bieiienfald, Morns BiertfAffeld. Ily-
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Temple Menorah
T 'mnl red ;i
Back i S ho I N W
day tor parents
Hebrew School students Rgbbi
Mayer Abramowitz, spiritual lead-
er of Menorah ;i Idrcsscd them on
the subject "Thou Shalt Love Thy
School As Thy Home."
Ronald A Holler, principal of
Menorah Religious School, out-
lined the new form of instruction
for the coming year. Based on the
principles of linguistics which
teaches Hebrew as a living lan-
gltagc, this method was taught to
the teachers under the aegis of the
Bureau of Jewish Education.
Parents met with teachers and
the principal to discuss persona!
problems of their children.
Rabin Meels
With Kusk
WASHINGTON i.JTAi Ambas-
sador Itzhak Rabin ol Israel paid |
Dia I rst call on Secretary ol State
Dean Rusk this week and was wel-
comed by Mr. Rusk on behalf of
the United States government. The i
meeting was described as a cour-
esy call in keeping with diplo- .
malic formalities.
Gen. Rabin, who arrived here
last week, told reporters he was ,
-;!ad to have been appointed am- '
oassador to this country and saw
his new duties as "a heavy respon-
sibility."
Th<- former chief of staff of the
Israeli forces said that no partial
ar significance should be attached
in connection with his appoint-
ment to the fact that he was a
soldier. Almost every Israeli, he
noted, had military experience
lie sjsd i: was not necessary to
stress (he importance Israel at-
* idied to the "warm n I frii ndly
reial w hich now exist" be-
tween id this i
ie would i
make Israel
nilita I; but in all
lie i in. rked that in
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his primary miss pen to
prevent war, bul when this could
no) lie a< ;i >hi d, his miss on
had been to win the war He I liled
in the first, he said, but won in
the second.
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k-Hislhfkiriidrfoin
Paqe !1-A
Dayan Sets Occupation Cost Satatai League Dinner On Sunday
To Benefit Variety Children's Hospital
Continued from Page 1-A
nin region. The funds were pro-
led by Israel's Ministry of So-
ul Welfare.
Gen. Dayan also announced
asures to strengthen the defens-
of settlements in the Jordan
Hey from attacks by infiltrators.
told Parliament that more
ards, lighting and shelters would
provided to such settlements,
rticularly in the Beisan area, a
jor target of both infiltrator
|jds and Jordanian shelling.
Israel's Trpaurv has made 'ts
first payment to settlements inlhc"
Jordan Valley to cover damage in-
flicted by Jordanian artillery inn-
ing last week's clashes, it was an-
nounced this week. Under Israeli
law. frontier settlements are en-
titled to full indemnification from
the government for damage siif-
fered as a result oi enemy action.
The dania.'e is estimated at more
than $100,000.
Meanwhile, the family reunion
| plan to allow refugees who fled
fiom the West Bank during the
, Six-Day War to return was rosnm-
> hio .i-r.nl- for Iho fir-ct r'mo '"
three) weefcl without supervision by
the International Red Cross.
Two Red Cross supervisors had
been wounded dur ng a clash the Allenby Bridge between Israeli
a.d J .(Lilian eOiili.is. Following
the incident, the Red Cross an
nounced. that it would not resume
supervision of the bridge cross-
ings because safety ol its person-
nel lid i nut been assured b> both
sides.
' i > 1 then nrceeeded alone and
contacted Jordanian authorities
directly to arrange lor rcsu.nption
South Dade civic leaders Mr,, riety and work as volunteer.-, at
Albert Morrison, Jr.. and Mrs. the hospital.
Alan Sobel have been named co-
chairmen of the annual Suburban Mrs Rosen also named Mrs
League dinner dance to be held ,,ac,t '-anger as chairman of host
Sunday at the Hilton Plaza Hotel. tsse^ Mrs. Sam Berkowitz and
Mrs. Larry Albert, reservations;
President Mrs. Alvin Rosen an- Mrs. Richard Schulman. favors
nounced that the black-tie affair
vi!l be a benefit for Variety Chil- Mrs R>c"arri Brickman is in
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Friday, March 1, 1968
!
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Building A Sanctuary
No Relief In Soviet Jews' Plight
Rabbi Carmi
By RABBI RALPH Y. CARMI
Tempi* Tifereth Israel
The portions of Scripture for the
next five Sabbaths deal chietly
with the construction of the Sanc-
tuary and the Tabernacle which
were to accom-
pany the chil-
dren of Israel
during their
years of wan-
dering in the
wilderness. Ev-
eryone was ex-
pected to make
a gift according
to his means.
"And this is the
offering which
ye shall take
of them, gold
and silver and
brass. Let them make a sanctuary
thai I may dwell among them."
In our day that appeal is heard
with great urgency. We are not
iskeI to give our gold and silver
and brass towards the construc-
tion of a sanctuary, but for the
task of upholding the hands of our
brethren in Israel and the holy
unified city of Jerusalem.
This last week of February
marked the climax of the month
which was proclaimed at the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal as Israel
Emergency Fund Month.
The Israel Emergency Fund is
a crash program to provide vitally
needed lunds to enable Israel to
withstand the tremendous eco-
nomic burdens which have been
brought on as a result of the re-
cent hostilities in the Middle East.
: Since the crises continue unabat-
; ed. the need for full support of the
! Israel Emergency Fund remains
a prime responsibility.
To succeed in our campaign we
i shall have to involve those who
; up to now have not carried their
I weight in community life. You
. and I know men and women who
j drive the most powerful car, re-
side in spacious homes, vacation
| in the most luxurious resorts, and
| spend lavishly on entertainment.
.yet when it comes to discharging
| their responsibilities towards their
] fellow Jews in distress and danger,
contribute pitifully little, and yet
; they want to be considered as hon-
oraole people and good Jews.
Our Torah instructs us that we
should contribute gold and silver
and brass. Those who can give
gold must not resort to silver,
and those who can give silver
, must not substitute brass. It each
', of us places himself honestly in
I the category ol giving in which he
| belongs, we can raise the sum so
desperately needed.
Albert Einstein wrote in "Mein
, Weltbild" in 1934. and before Pal-
I estine became Israel? "The best in
man can only ti.>un-h when he
, Io-.es himself in a community
1 A revival of Jewish national life,
(such as the last generation could
I never have dreamed o!. has begun
I. Palestine will be a center of
| culture for all Jews, a refuge for
I the most grievously oppressed, a
j field of action for the best among
us. a unifying ideal and a means of
| attaining inward health for the
Jews of the whole world."

FKabhinical cvision
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roarams
>d
Mar. 3 Ch. 10. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour.
Host: Rabbi David Shapiro. Temple Sinai. Hollywood.
Mar. 3 Ch. 7, 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice.
Host: Louis Schwartzman.
Topic: Bureau of Jewish Education.
Guest: Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz. Beth Torah Con-
gregation.
Mar. 5 Ch. 2.9:30-10:30 p.m. Man to Man
Topic: The Book of Esther.
Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Pierce.
Participants: Rabbi Irving Lehrman. Temple Kmanu-
El; Dr. I. Calvin Rose; Father James Bnggs.

. .
NEW YORK (JTA>A Columbia
[University expert predicted here
this week that the Soviet govern-
ment would continue to "'muddle
through" with its present policy
towaid Russian Jews of oscillating
narrowly between improved and
repiessive local conditions. That
policy was described as reflecting
a basic contradiction between the ;
Soviet government's wish to assim-
ilate its Jews and its insistence on !
identifying them ethnically in all
its dealings with them, a "sell- '
defeating" effort.
The analysis was made by Zvi i
Gitelman of Columbia University, \
a member of the research insti-
tute on Communist affairs in the :
university's school of international j
affairs. His views were reported
U) a special issue of Problems of
Communism, published by the U.S. i
Information Agency, devoted to
nationalities and nationalism in
the Soviet Union.
The current policy, he added,
singles out the Jews as a special
national group with potential sub-
Soviets Pay
Tribute To
War Dead
LONDON (.JTAl The Soviet
government has suddenly begun a
campaign of tributes to Jewish
war heroes of the Russian revolu:
lion and World War II. according
to information reaching here. Most
of the recipients are now dead
and the rest are living in obscure
retirement.
Observers here viewed, the cam-
paign as a Soviet reaction to grow-
ing worldwide protests against the
repression of Jewish cultural and
religious life in the USSR and the
blatantly anti-Semitic, anti-Israel
propaganda campaign which the
Soviet government has supported
and indulged in since last June's
Middle East war. They see, how-
ever, no change in the basic Soviet
attitude towards Jews.
Nevertheless, the Soviet public is
now beng made aware of the role
of Jews in Russia's struggle against
counter-revolulknaiy forces after
World War I and against the Nazi
invaders in Wor'd War II.
SOVIET UNION
IS ON TRIAL'
WASHINGTON (JTA>The
Soviet Union was charged
this week with "deliberate
cultural genocide" against
the Russian Jewish commu-
nity at the so-called "Court
of World Public Opinion"
now holding a "trial" of in-
ternational Communism at
Georgetown University here
under auspices of anti-
Communist groups.
versive interests allegedly nurtur-
ed by foreign Jewish forces, un-
acceptable loyalty to Israel, and a
rel;.-|ion which, if revived and
strengthened, would be antipathetic
to Soviet nationalism.
Mr. Gitelman. who is also an
associate in the Government De-
partment of Columbia University,
U currently studying the work of
the Jewish sections of the Soviet
Communist Party from 1917 to
1940.
Noting that the Soviet govern-
inent has allowed most of its non-
territorial minorities, such as the
Germans, to have such cultural ia.
cilities as schools, newspapers and
social organizations, he added that
such privileges have generally
oetn denied to Soviet Jews.
By repressing Jewish activities.
he declared, the Soviet govern-
ment in effect gives the Jews a
rallying point and strengthen- the
Jewish cultural and ethnic fiber
He added that if and when there
is a change, it will probably be de-
termined by "the nature and di-
rection of the political evolution
If the USSR"
At present, when fundamental
decisions as to the future of the
Soviet system "are being post-
poned," the party is pursuing "the
same kind of temporizing policy
in regard to Jewish culture and
the Jewish people as it is in other
areas." he declared.
The policy of "muddling through"
may be no more than inconvenient
for the regime but "it is tragic
lor the nearly 3.000.000 Jewish
citizens of the USSR."
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Terumah
The Tent of Meeting.
"Moreover thou shalt make the tabernacle with ten curtains"
(Exod. 26.1).
"And thou shalt hang up the veil under the tfasps. and shnlt
bring in thither within the veil of the ark of the testimonv
(26.33).
TERUMAH The children of Israel were asked' for nn
offering toward the construction of the Tabernacle and iT
vessels: "Gold, and silver, and brass; and blue, and purple, a:: I
scarlet, and fine linen, and goats' hair: and rams' skins dyed re
and sealskins, and acacia wood: oil for the light, spices for t.
anointing oil and for the sweet incense; anyx stones, and Stones
to be set. for the ephod. and for the brestplatc" (Exodus 25.3-7
The ark was to be made of acacia-wood, covered inside and
out with gold. The table too was to he made of acacia wood
There were to be a golden candelabra, a tent of curtains and
boards, outer curtains and inner curtains, and an altar i
acacia-wood, covered with copper Finally, the construction pi
the courtyard of the Tabernacle was described.
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is extracted
and based upon "The Graphic History of th Jewish Heritage,"
edited by P Wollman-Tsamir, $15. Publisher is Shengold. and the
volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President
of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang.
-' ui r. mwfSV I
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morris Birr.
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pskowitz.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 8:*."' a.m.
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dall Dr., S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
Friday 7:30 p.m. Family services.
Sermon: '"Did the Red Sea Really
Part?" Hebrew School students will
participate in services. Saturday 11:15
a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Mark, son of Mrs.
I.jnn Silver.
/veliaioits *^5k
l9
cry ices
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
BETH DAVID. 2S2S SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor Wiliram W. Lipson.
Friday 5:30 and 7:30 p.m. Family
ervlce. Sermon: Mill. I First Cen-
tury Sas' '." Saturday 9 am Sermon:
Torah lesson." Bar Mitzvah: Robert.
<-ot of Mr. *nd Mrs. I^eonard Wolf.
Mincha 5:30j>.m.
Franklin Rooaevelt While Six .Millio.i
Died?"
ISRAELITE CENTER, St7S SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Orazin. Cantor Nathan .Parnats.
Friday 5:45 and 8:15 p.m. Sermon:
"Are We Entitled to Good Qovern-
ment." Saturday 8:45 a.m. Sermon:
"Portion of the Week." j-
shah Rabin Saturday 10:45 a m Bin
.Mitzvah: Robert .son of .Mi. and Mrs.
Arthur A. Meltzer.
500 SW 17th Avenue
Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
p.m. Saturday 1' a.-h>. Ser-
f-Sacrifice Min.h'a 5:45
ft
SW
MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional Cantor
Louis Cohen.
OR OLOM (TEMPLE). Conservative
S755 SW 16th St. Miami. Rabbi
Ralph Z. Glixman. Cantor Benjamin
Ben Ari.
Friday 8 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m. Bar
Mitzvah: John, son of air. and Mrs.
Joseph Mallah. Minrha C p.m.
------s<------
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. Cantor Albert Glantz.
BETH TFILAH. 936 Euclid Ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
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CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Dow Rosencwaig.
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EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Ziv Adler.
Friday 5 and 8:30 p.m Guest speaker.
Jacques Torczyner. national president.
Zionist Organization of America, who
has just returned from Israel. Sat-
urday a.m. Bar Mitzvah. Arthur, son
of Mr. and Mrs Alex Weiss. Junior
congregation 10:30 a.m.
HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Altxandar S.
Gross.
ADATH VESHURUN (TEMPLE).
Conservative. 1025 NE 183rd. St..
Miami Gardens Rd. Rabbi Milton
'Cchhnsky. Cantor Harry Sterling.
Friday 8:15 p.m Sermon: "The True
Tet-t of Leadership Saturday s:l5
mi Junior "iiKTegatiuii [>:4:, :, ,n
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BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer.
Friday 6:13 and 8:15 p.m. Sermon:
''Knowledge, For what"' Saturday
8:3u a.m. liar Mitzvah: Irving, son
Of Cantor anil Mrs. Jacob J. Kenzer.
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
136 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Ben
Friday si:, p.m Quest speaker. I>r.
Ted Aldman. payclioligist. Topi,
"Happiness Sisterhood w ill host the
Oneg Shabbat. futurday 8:45 am
Sermon: "PortlonW the Week."
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd 8t.
Conservative. Rabbi Charles M. Ru
bel. Cantor Jack Lerner.
Jriday 8:13 p.m, Bertnen: "The (lod of
Israel is Not Dead." Saturday 9 a.m.
Har Mitzvah: Stuart, son of Mr. and
Mrs Hy Rubin.
11:1". a in Bar B0SVf>i; Micha<
of Mr and Mrs. JUlieSt S. I(*!*I
ZAMORA (TEMPLE). 44 Zamora Avf
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger
Friday B:1S p.m. Sermon: "A J-
View of Creed." Baiurdaj I I
Sermon: "Scriptural Lesson."
FT. LAUDERDALE
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 547 E.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Philip
Chaiton Canter Theodore Mindich.
Friday 8:15 p.m. The temple > uth
group will participate in the servirt
and sponsor the. yueg Staabba S..t-
urday 8 a.m.
EMANU-EL. ISO* S. Andrews Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Lsviton.
Cantor Jerome Ktement.
HALLAWDALE
HALLANOALE JEWISH CENTER,
126 E. HaUendats Beach Blvd.
HOLLYWOOD
f Ave.
BETH hjfJjDESH 1101 SW IJSjh*
Model-* ^Traditional. Rabbfl "Max
Shapiro. Canter Ben Dickson.
Friday 8:18 p.m. Sermon: "Human
Sacrifices Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stone
will host the Oneg Shahhat in honor
of his birthday. Saturday 8:45 am
Sermon: "The Altar of San*)* !<'""
:' p m. "Once Again."
BETH SOLOMON. SO NW 5
Conserve1
TIFERETH JACOB (TEMPLE). 951 E.
4th Ave., Hialeah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
Friday 8:15 p.m Sermon: The Role of
the Rabbi and His purpose in the
; Pulpit." Saturday 8:45 a.m.
(tbM&T
Friday :10 and 8:15 p.m On
tint hosted by Mr. and Mrs
in honor of their aon Daniel's birth-
la y.' Saturday 9 a.m. Minolta 5:3n
i> ii>.
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BETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW 8th
*.. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Quest speaker. I. M.
Jaffe, an Israeli. Topic: "Israel's
I'nmtinn in the Middle Kast Oneg
Shabbat hosted by Hebrew and Bun-
day School students. Saturday ( a.m.
Rnr .Mitzvah: Mark, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Daniel Flnkelstedn.
B'NAI SHOLOM (Temple). 275 NW
leoth Street. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham M. Casual.
ISRAEL (TEMPLE). OF GREATER
MIAMI. 187 NE Itth St. Reform
Rabbi Joseph R. Naret.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Where was
ZION (TEMPtti 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
Friday 7:11' pm Sermon: "Modern
I'.eflc. tinnsi'f the Holv Temple" Sat-
urday 9 ajfci. liar Mitzvah: William.
' son of Mr^jMii' Mrs David lloldberg.
miami'beach
AGUDATHWSRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
770 40th Street,
rel Wein.
BETH JACOB. 801 Washington Ave.,
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahw T.
Swiraky. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1S4S
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 1444
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Lean
Kronnh. Cantor David Cenviaer.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "We Wel-
come Israel's New Ambassador. Tlt-
I JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rsbbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel.
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Self.
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz. Cantor Nico Feldman.
Friday 1:16 p.m. Sermon: "The Spirit
of Rebellion." Saturday 1* am. Ser-
1 mon: "Portion of the Law,"
SINAI (TEMPLE). OF NORTH DADE
Temporary office, 18801 NE 22nd
Ays. Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kingsley.
(riday s: 1 r. pin Sermon: "Have We
Made Monkeys of our Children? Re-
flections after Seeing The Graduate'."
Saturday 11 a.m. Children with birth-
days in March will be honored
All services held at Washington Feder-
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Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
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Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m.
Bar Mitzvah: Jay. son of Mr. and
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man
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
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Caplan.
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Saturday am Sermon: "The Pri-
macy of the Synagogue." Bar Mitzvah:
Men, son of Mr. and Mrs. Moses IJeb-
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SH.K- '.? .?? i71,t St" Orthodox.
Rabbi Naftah Porush.
Friday # p.m Saturday 9 am. Ser-
mon: Hardest Workers." Mincha
p.m.
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Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbi
Morton Malavsky Cantor Philip
Lutman.
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraon.
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Morn. Sv?im Fttcu',,y numbers, Mrs.
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of Helping Otbera.". Saturday 9.U
a.m.
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d and colorful illustrations
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la re bewitched by Dobos.'iova, the
jii-y witch and her husband. Lap-
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Ban. Leibel, a cabala student, is
lore oi the luckless young men
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is, however, primarily a book of
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agi seven to ten.
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History is an endless tapestry.
Interspersed in its design are col-
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mixed with placid, almost dull,
drab threads of every day life.
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special one. and not every human
being makes his mark in the
events of histoiy. But some do,
in their own unique way.
Mornii.-, Stars, by Zalman Sha-
zar. Jewish Publication Society,
Philadelphia. $4.50. Translated by
Shulamith Schwartz Nardi.
An unusual and instructive
booic. which is as much an auto-
biography of the third president
of the State of Israel as it is the
history of East European Jewry
from the last decade of the lth
century to the First World War.
Changes in the traditional way of
liie and thought in the small
Lithuanian shtetl of Steibtz be-
come more and more apparent j
as Zalman Shazar and his con- |
temporaries turn from the old
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horizons. Shazar becomes a stu- i
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By BORIS SMOLAR
Professionals In Jewish Field Are Hard To Find
^RGANIZED Jewish community life
^^ in this country is undergoing a
change following the retirement of a
growing list of leading professional vet-
erans of Jewish communal work.
The change is unnoticed yet. but will
inevitably be felt as time marches on.
This is because the retiring men of the
'"'old guard" in the field of Jewish social
work has each left his own mark in this field while the
younger elements who are coming in as successors will
talk their own way and make their own impact.
In tribute to the "old guard" it must be emphasized
that each of them played a tremendous role in deepening
the interest of the American-born generation of Jews in
Jewish communal activities and in bringing these activi-
ties to an unprecedented height.
Organized American communal life is. however, bound
to undergo changes; especially since the number of retir-
ing "old guard" executives will inevitably grow larger.
This raises the very serious problem oi finding the
proper persons to take their places. As matters stand to
day. there is a general shortage in experienced social
workers in the United States and an even greater short i
ot social workers experienced in Jewish organisation?
In the Jewish field it is more difficult to find tn
proper men for higher positions because a good execute
in Jewish communal work must not only be a good drJ
fessional but also must have a solid amount of Jew,* I
knowledge, not to mention a deep interest in matters
Jewish. Such people are not easy to find now among thj
younger generation of social workers, the result being that I
one Jewish organization acquires" the attentive of an.
other by paying more or offering other inducement!

Israel Newsletter By ELIAHU SALPETER
wi
is*
Love And Politics Make
Jerusalem
FTER MORE than six months
** of on-again off-again nego-
tiations, the merger of Israel's
three main labor parties Mapai.
Achdut Avodah and Rafi has be-
come a reality. Practically every-
one called it a marriage of con-
venience, rather than a marriage
of love.
To pursue the allegory further, one may add that
it was a marriage of convenience (bigamistic, at
that> of parties that once before lived in matrimony
if not bliss, but were divorced. Achdut Avodah di-
vorced Mapai in her younger years, while Rafi left
Mapai only about three years ago. Achdut Avodah
tried a new romance with Hashomor llatzair. the
leftist Mapam party, but broke off several years
and two elections ago. Rafi flirted brieflybut not
seriouslywith the Liberal Party on the chance "f
forming an opposition bloc to Mapai (aligned with
Highlights In Sports
JESSE SILVER
Ed Rubinoff
lull AMI'S Ed Rubinoff reveals that he has two
" tennis ambitions left. Now 32 years old. Ed
is a full time attorney and a part time tennis player.
He wants to win the City of Miami Invitation tour-
nament for a third time, and he wants to represent
the United States at the Maccabiah Game* in Israel.
Both goals will have to wait until next year.
Kubinoft was eliminated in the third round of the
Miami Invitation this year, and the Maccabiah
Games won't be held until next year.
"1 was chosen for the 1965 Maccabiah Games,"
he said, "but a week belore it was time to leave. 1
got sick and couldn't go."
Robert E. Rosenberg, Manhasset, NY., has been
elected president of the United States Committee
Sports for Israel, the group that sponsors U.S. par-
ticipation in the World Maccabiah games, succeed-
ing Haskell Cohen, who has served a double two-
year term. An executive vice president of the
Franklin National Bank. Rosenberg graduated from
Columbia University in 1927. He ran on the track
and cross country teams, and the year he graduated
managed the IC4-A indoor track and field champion-
ships. He has served as an AAU track official and
in 1964 received the Columbia Alumni Medal, award-
ed for "conspicuous Columbia alumni service."
Center Howie Small of Rhode Island was the
No. 12 pick of the Minnesota Vikings in the recent
pro football draft. Small, 6-3, 240, from Brooklyn,
was named to the All-Yankee Conference first team.
Fullback Brent Kaufman, also from Brooklyn and
Rhode Island was named to the first team also by a
vote of the coaches of the six New England univer-
sities. Kaufman, a junior, gained 590 yards and tied
for second in scoring with 48 points.
Football players Alan Pepper, guard, Missouri:
Bruce Weinstein. end. Yale, and Al Bersin, guard.
Harvard, were all given honorable mention All-
America fur their efforts in 1967 Bcrnie Yaffa,
assistant coach at his alma mater, the University of
Miami, may take a similar post at Tampa U.
Ray Baer, 62. one of the great linemen of the
1920s died in January. A guard on the 1925 Big Ten
championship squad that Fielding Yost called his
best team, Baer was named to the 1927 All-America
second team, and competed in the 1928 East-West
game. He became a coach in his home town of
Louisville. Ky after be graduated from Michigan,
and was named head coach at St. Xavier, a Catholic
high school, in 1946. He resigned in 1951 when mul-
tiple sclerosis forced him into a wheelchair. In 1966
he was selected to the Kentucky Athletic Hall of
Fame. Hall of Famer Benny Friedman, who had
played with him at Michigan in 1925 said, "Ray
was the best college lineman I ever saw the
fastest man on the squad, he was smart, he was
quick, he was very aggressive, and had great desire.
He was wonderful on both offense and defense."
\ Merger In Israel
Achdut Avodah belore the merger). But nothing
came ol it.
Mapai and Achdut Avodah's relationships were
determined, largely, by common memories of youth:
the emotional affinity between the two was pri-
r irilj on the leadership level with little ii any,
enthusiasm among the rank an i file
As for Mapai and Rafi, the top leadership ol each
cannot stand the sight of the other. Rafi leader
Moshe D::' Minister of Defense, publiclj
dc lared just before the merger thai its purpose
was to replace Mr. Eshkol as Prime Minister I i
- meb dj Raii i >n lei mi re suitable It wa Hi middle-echelon leadership in Mapai that
forced Eshkol and Party Secretary-General
Meir to hand over t!ie Ministry ol Di
to Mr, Dayan on the eve of the Six-Day War This
same Mapai leadership forced Mapai'- top leaders
to implement the merger with Rafi simultaneously
with the merger with Achdut Avodah. They feared
that a union between Mapai and Achdut Avodah
would give preponderance of power to the old guard.
encumbered as it is by memories ot the socialist
ideology Oi the '20s. but divorced from the realities
ol the 60s.
The extent of the ideological gap between the
old guard and the electorate was indicated by re-
cent studies. A pair of researchers from the Jerusa-
lem and the Tel Aviv universities, found that while
two thirds of the Knesset membership holds leftist
views, these views are shared by only one third of
the electorate which they represent.
The ideological disparity was further under-
scored in a study by Dr. Arian of Tel Aviv Univer-
sity. A sampling of 233 top civil servants, business
men, graduate and post-graduate students showed
that only 27 percent held leftist views, while 64.3
percent (practically two-thirds) held middle-ground
or liberal views, close to 50 percent of the Knesset
thought agriculture more important than manufac-
turing. Only 2.7 percent of the civil-servants and
businessmen, and none of the students a reed.
The younger leadership of Mapai hopes to correct
this ideological imbalance with the help of Had in
the newly unified Israel Labor Party.
Our Film folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
Kirk Douglas
Holly wo
pHOSEN by the Board ol dire*
** tors of the Hollywood Fore .
Press Aassociation as the l!H>8 n
cipient ol the much coveted Cecil
B DeMille Award, was actor K pk
Douglas. A Bingular honor
stowed sin< e its inception it
outstanding contributioi
tne motion picture industrj and the world at
ii pi >ented annually at the Golden Globe \w
: anquet. Douglas has distinguished himself in
ol motion pictures since he ros to stardom l<
years ago in Stanley Kramer'.- "The Chami
Douglas recently returned from Italy where hi
plel 'd the contemporary drama "The Brotherhood
with Alex Cord, Irene Papas, Luther Adlei
Susan Strasberg under Martin Ritt's direction
The Hollywood Foreign Press Aasn hoi
Douglas as a good American who has undertake!
numerous trips abroad as an "image-maker' [i -
our government
The actor tells us that the late President Ken
nedy inspired him to become our ambassadoi si
large in cultural affairs, a job he has been doing for
five years, as a free agent paying his own expenses
under the auspices of the State Department but
not as an employee. Kirk Douglas believes that we
live in an era where we as citizens must speak up
and take an interest in the world around us and in
our relationship to the world at large. He is not
politically inclined and wouldn't think of running
for any public office, but has done a great deal for
humanitarian causes and is a constant inspiration in
fund raising activities for the Jewish peopli
and in the State of Israel.
Stubby Kaye, veteran stage actor and -
comedian, has been lured back from London bj
producer Robert Arthur to play the dancehall boa
with a heart of gold in "Sweet Charity," CO starring
with Shirley MacLlaine.
Sherrill C. Corwin, veteran movie exhibitor and
theatre chain owner, has been honou'd by the Va-
rietj Club of Southern California for Ins philan-
thropies within the film industry and the comn
at large at a testimonial luncheon.
Capital Spotlight
By Milton Friedman
Far East Events Affect Israel
Washington
INTENSIFIED United States in-
volvement in the Far East has
serious implications for Israel.
The new U.S. Secretary of De-
fense, Clark Clifford, has indicated
to the Senate that the top priori-
ties are in the Kar East, not the
Middle East.
This thinking reflected the emerging Adminis-
tration policy. Preoccupied with Vietnam and Ko-
rea, policy makers are quietly disengaging from
involvement in the Israel-Arab issue. The word has
gone out to refer problems affecting Israel to the
United Nations. United States security interests are
considered compromised by friendship with Israel
because hopes are still held for regaining Arab
favor.
The United States wants no linkage with Israel
that would "polarize" American diplomacy. While
crucial struggles are taking place in the Far East,
the Administration wants to avert a confrontation
with the Russians in the Mediterraneanespecially
one that might involve an American-Israeli alliance.
Exploiting the previous level of U.S. preoccupa-
tion with Vietnam, the Soviet Union last year press-
ed into the Mediterranean and Middle East. The
Six-Day War resulted. Although Israel defeated the
Arabs, a power vacuum resulted. France sided with
the Arabs. Britain withdrew from security commit-
ments east of Suez. The Russians poured into the
vacuum. Soviet naval power, including amphibious
forces, is now a match for the U.S. Mediterranean
Fleet. The Arabs have been resupplied with arms
even more modern than those lost. Moscow broke
relations with Israel and strengthened tics with '.he
Arabs. But the United States grew more cautious
NATO strategists were concerned lest the alii
ance be called upon to bolster the new threats to the
security of Italy, Greece and Turkey. Washington
officials were not looking for another commitment,
the Israelis noted.
Mr Clifford made clear to the Senate after the
Pueblo affair that the United States does not plan to
fill the void in the Middle East security caused by
the death of the old tripartite concept. U.S. forces
are already spread too thin. There were limits
The hard truth is that the Administration con
siders Vietnam more important than Israel to the
national security interests of the United States.
It appears that Washington is trying to narrow
rather than expand American obligations abroad
The ultimate weapons would be tested on an Issue
carefully observed by the Arabs and Russians as 8
barometer of American intentions and priorities
That issue is the delivery of the Douglas Skyhawk
Jet fighter-bombers sold to Israel two years >
and the current negotiations for 50 Phantom jets
Although the Skyhawks were sold long before
the Soviet escalation in the Middle Eastand paid
forthe Administration has a grudging attitude to-
ward deliverysolemnly promised for 1967. A few
Skyhawks were shipped in December, to "keep" this
Pledge The State Department still hopes France
will relent and resume her role as jet supplier
Expanded warfare in the Far East could mean
suspen-ion of even the piecemeal shipment of the
Skyhawks in order to meet U.S. priorities.
nnitnry, wm
saiuraar rrlday p.m. Saturday t a.m.


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irini Seder Set For March 17th
full course Kosher lunch will Joseph Hepner. Benjamin D. Wil
jrvod at the Jacob C. Cohen sn. Sol Kre\at. Mrs. Kate Zim-
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succeeds Aaron Farr, travel exec-
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G >\ i rnors appointed to the board
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'e!i;o.i. Baker, Charles (ioldberg
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Friday, Ma_rch \ ,
The Israel Bond Organization is Happy to Announce that
The Hon. HUBERT H. HUMPHREY
Vice President of the United States
Gen. ITZHASC RABIN
Newly Appointed Ambassador ot the State of Israel
Will Be the Guests of Honor at
THE 1968 INTERNATIONAL INAUGURAL DINNER
Saturday Evening, March 2nd at 7:30 P.M. at the
Fontainebleau Hotel, Miami Beach
Musical Program-. REGINA RESNIK of ,he Me,roPolitan Pera
Conference Chairmen
Louis H Boyar Samuel Rothberg
Co-Chairmen
Max Abrams Leonard Goldfme
Jacob M. Arvey Ira Guilden
Morris VV. Berinstein D. Lou Harris
Abraham Feinberg Lawrence G. laskey
Joseph J. Schwartz
ISRAEL INAUGURAL CONFERENCE COMMITTEE
Barcelona Hotel 43rd Street and Collins Avenue
Telephone JE 4-8201


Jewish IHLoridian
Projected Exchange Program Would
Link Tel Aviv And Miami Universities
^
Mksni, Florida, Friday, March 1, 1968
Victor Borge To Be
Honored At Luncheon
Section B
r Borge, famed pianist and. Nazi occupation of World War II.
| comedian, will be guest of honor
luncheon on behalf of the
I Thanks U> Scandinavia Foundation
Id be held at the Diplomat Hotel,
[Hollywood, at noon Thursday,
l.v rch 7
Irving Cowan, president and gen-
eral manager of the Diplomat, is
host for the luncheon.
Mr Borge is national chairman
foundation which provides
Scholarships for Scandinavian stu- ,
I, in appreciation for the aid
Irendered by the people of Den-
n ark and other Scandinavian
I, tries to the Jews during the
VICTOR BORGC
The scholarship program brings
to the United States students from
Denmark. Finland. Norway and
Sweden. Special prelerence is giv-
er, to those applicants for graduate
schools, particularly in courses of i
study which are not available in
Iheir own countries and where
trjining in such areas is of Im-
portance to the nations themselves.
The United States government,
includir.-j its embassies in Den-
mark, Finland, Norway and Swe-
c'.n, the American Jewish Commit-
tee, the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, numerous individ-
ual congregations, leading jurists
and other persons in the profes-
sional world havs supported the
program of Thanks to Scandinavia.
The national committee in-
cludes, in addition to Mr. Borge,
such notables as Senator Jacob
JavitS, Senator Abraham Ribicolf.
Richard Kodgers. Leonard Bern-
stein. Mrs. Herbert Lehman. Col-
onel Henry Crown. Harry Golden
and Judge Stanley M. Mosk.
A citation honorinq Judqe
Jason M. Berkman (left), as
"Man of the Year" is read
bv Rabbi Phineas Weberman
of Ohev Shalom Conareaa-
tion at its fifth annual dinner.
Judqe Berkman was honored
for his lorn service to many
of Miami B?ach's civic, re-
liai'-us cni charitable orqani-
zations.
Talk on Purim Scheduled
The I. L PeretZ Culture Group
ol The Workmen's Circle will meet
Friday at 130 p.m. at the Wash
ington Federal. 1234 Washington
Ave. Max Gleiberman will speak
>n "Purim" and will read from the
works o! Sholem Aleichem on the
holiday,
Tel Aviv University has begun
talks with the University of Miami
on arrangements for an exchange
program under which U-M stu-
dents would receive crpdit for the
freshman or junior vear spent at
the Tel Aviv institution.
Rahbi Mayer Abramowitz, spir-
itual leader of Temple Menorah
and recently named vice president
of the Academic Council of Tel
Aviv University, announced plans
for the exchange program which
is aireadv in elfect with some 30
American universities and colleges.
Dr. Zvi Yavetz. director of the
Foreign Student Program at Tel
Aviv I' recently visited the Great-
er Miami area and met with Dr.
Memy King Stanlord. president of
the University of Miami, to discuss
details of the program.
He also addressed students at
local high schools.
The language of instruction for
the freshman year will be English.
Under the supervision of the Uni-
versity, students will spend from
July to October in an Ulpan. a
language orientation program,
where they will pick up sufficient
knowledge of Hebrew to enable
: them to converse with Israeli stu-
! dents and to read the local news-
papers.
Application forms and additional
information on the program may
lie obtained Irom Rabbi Abramo-
witz.
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
Jewish Music Is
Speakers Topic
Ezra Finegold, president of the
Brandeis Zionis: District, win (".-
duct a membership meeting Mon-
day evening at the Washington
Federal 1133 Normandy Dr.
Abraham Krashinsky, choir di-
rector of Temple Raphael, will give
a talk on "Jewish Music." Also or.
I he program will be a review of.
, news from the State of Israel by
Leon Segal.
lebrew Academy
:athers Club To
iuide Students
The Hebrew Academy of Greater
liami has established a Fathers'
liib aimed at instituting programs
ri extra-curricular activities.
Rabbi Alexander Cross, print i
lal of the day school, said that the
leu group would recruit fathers
} the Academy student body who
lave special skills such as photog-
raphy, arts, crafts or sports who
Kill be asked to sponsor evening
Jroups where the students will be
tught these skills.
The purpose of the program, he
laid, was to broaden the range of
tie students' skills and to strength-
en the bonds between parents and
Children.
The first major activity spun-
lored by the new group will be a
pie-Punm Seudah (party! Tuesday
Kening. March 12, at the Acad-
emy.
The Seudah will open with din-
er at 6 p.m. and will feature a
(ramatic presentation by the
Uadciny students and an address
t>.v a guest speaker.
Arrangements for the event are
tieing made l>\ Saul M. Zabel, ex-
icutlve director 0i the Academy.
B U R D I N E
^ViV1*^
Iholei Torah Eyent
Slated For Sunday
The first annual dinner of the
holei Torah School will V held
ttnday evening at the Fontaine-
lean Hotel
Mrs. Mildre i Keller will be guest
|f honor at the dinner which is
Bider the chairman hip ol Harry
f Mm ray Rosen!
Mrs Keller will he cited for her
Mpport of the day school since its
ptablishment.
[HE UNITED NATIONS AssOC'a-
Ion will hold its installation ban
|uet on Saturday, March 10. with
locktails at 7 p.m. preceding the
tinner.
ALAN KING
Alan King Starred
At Jewish Home
5th Horizon Dinner
The Jewish Convalescent Home
of South Florida announced this
week that the internationally fa-
mous comedian. Alan King, will
headline the all-star entertainment
at the community-supported insti-
tution's f.fth annual New Horizons
dinner on Sunday. March 10.
The popular entertainer will ap-
pear on stage in the Grand Ball-
room of the Fontaincbleaii Hotel
before a crowd estimated to ex-
ceed 1.000 persons this year. He
will present his full night club
show as seen in leading supper
clubs throughout the nation.
This year's New Horizon dinner
will mark the Bar Mitzvah Year
o! the Convalescent Home's found-
: Mrs Sarah Keiser is president
,), -lie Home which recently moved
into new and modern quarters at
320 Collins Ave. In addition to
celebrating this event, the guests
gathered at the Fontainebleau on
Sunday will witness the awarding
>l the Homes annual "Man "f the
Year" -commendation to Seymour
Friend.
Executive chairman of this
year's dinner is Leonard Zilbert,
with Mr. and Mrs. Abe C. Fine
serving as honorary chairmen.
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April 6 Dinner Will
Honor Sen. Smathers
A dinner honoring IS Senator
Geatga A. Umathen for his 25
years of ser\ice to his country will
be hold the evening of April 6 at
the Fo.itaineblcau Hotel. President
Lyndon B. Johnson. Vice President
Hubert H. Humphrey, members of
'he United States Senate. House of
Representatives, the Cabinet. Flor-
ida State Cabinet officers and
many other dignitaries, both na-
'.onal and from Florida, have been
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invited to participate in the anni-
versary tribute.
The dinner has been designated
as a statewide testimonial to Sen.
Smathers" long career of public
service, according to Bill Colson.
general chairman of the event. Co-
.-ha;rmen are W. Sloan McCrea
and R. B. Gautier. Jr.
Sen. Smathers' governmental ca-
reer dates from his appointment
*% assistant United States District
Attorney, through his service in the
U.S. Marine Corps during World
War II; service as special assistant
to the Attorney General; his elec-
tion as a member of the House,
and subsequent election to the
United States Senate, where he has
served since 1950.
Mr. Colson said that Sen. Smath-
iuished himself dur-
mg h..- service as ranking member
thi Senate Finance Committee:
airman of the Select Commit-
Snull Business; as minority
whip o: the Senate under the
......- ip of then-Sen. Lyndon P>.
Johnson, a::: on the Special Com-
..::. :: Aging.
"Sen Smathers has long stood
.in in our government as a man
Dvictioii who was willing to
back hi] judgment with effort."'
Mr Colson added "Many of us
fell lor seme time that his
imminent retirement from bis Sen-
aU should be marked by
a statewide tribute to his dedi-
cated tan ;ce to Florida, and to
lit nai
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David Davis In
Race for Seat On
Surfside Council
David Dave Da-, is a S.-:'-. .
for 14 years
.-ounced his can.!, lacj
the T
lect
D- .-. -IT c:<.-- .-- b -
a --.; ind varied
: 1 pal .
and business
A veteaaa of w. rid War II .
ma > .. -. h- was
had Plying 'ross Davis
ha.- been in the life insurance
K far over 10 years and is
no* the Genera] igent for P.,:-.
American Life Insurance Company
of New Orleans with <>:.
A lay Building in Miami.
lie was a charter member of the
side Volunteer Fire Depart
rcent. a member of the Surfside
;ng and Zoning Board, past
president. SLrfside-Bay Harbor Op-
I Club, president of the Surf-
side Junior Chamber of Commerce,
n.ember Surfside Lodge F & AM
1 nber of building committee of
remple Beth Sholom. member of
board uf directors of Hope School.
member of Mt. Sinai Hospital
' Raising Committee.
He and his wife. Minerva, have
een retried 22 years and have
ers. Debbie, 17. a senior
a Miar-.i Beach High and Candy.
IS. an eighth grader at Nautilus
Junier High They reside at 8834
Carijrig Ave
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Recent 2Cth cmniversary celebration of the
B nai B'rith Miami Br>ach Lcelqe Luncheon.
Club meetings. Stem Linq Mt to right: Ger-
shon Miller, chairman; Malcolm H. From-
here r*regld*n*-l*',t- Sittui*,1 Pa.=coo, lodoft
president; Dr. Lrvinq Lehrmar., Templi
Emanu-El. who spoke at the annual celebra-
tion; Mrs. Jeanette Miller, Dr. Abraham Wolf.
son, founder of the Spinoza Forum, and Ir-
ving Schatzmcm. honorary piesidenl
Israel Consul, Richard Gerstein To
Speak At Temple Menorah Events
r. Consu
New York, will N tl
tui er ..' n nple M< d i ah -
if the le tun -.- rhtirs-
lay, March ". at B 30 p.i
tempi*......
1 ;- Zohar's lecture, cv 1 I
the International Fam-
ily." will be an analysis of the im-
e Six Day War on Israel's
relations with thi United Nations
and her alliances with other for-
1 rs
Mr Zohar. prior to his appoint-
f Israel served
.- Director of 'ho Government
Press Offici an of-
c held for ah le. Ii
pos has b mt in-


5 a res
r lenoi
Attorney I
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1 ..,:. st
- 1
ind PTA < Me
b at 10 a. 1 lay
Mr Gersteii topic w
"Whose Sid< Are V Oi He
will discuss the steps taken to
checi the incn asing rat< : crime
in Dur area and will analyze the
situation leadmu to the crime rate
increase and its effect upon the
teenage population of the city
Mr Gerstein will explain hi.-
stand on the approach tafcen by
Police Chief H( idle) .. -.,.
gained national pub
The three preside its )t the parti-
cipating or lanizations, Urs Elsi
Belsky of S sterl :. Mrs Sheldon
PTA and Iruin Levin
HAIM ZOHAa
: Men s 1 t as
irs ii akfasl
VI ti .,
ntroduci Mr
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U^ong. Chapter;)
To Meet Thursday
The p > a~ re-
1 v -. n 1 reeant
k iraa to be
: b Ral
' 'en :>ie Is-
it a ;
,f Ui'1 : n pier, Ameri-
an Jewish ... rhursday at
11:30 a m in the A u Hotel

Vietnam A Moral and Re-
ligious Dilemma *,,~ to be the
topic discussed by Rev, Tom Obe-
nauer at an Coral (..:'v>le, Miami Chapter.
AJCong., Thurv.la^ noon at the
Park : am Cafett ria
Also on the nroiram will he a
report on international problems
relat r.g to American Jewish Con-
gress h> Mr. Ben amin Ramen
Mrv Samuel Rosenstein is
uii; chairman
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collection of leather coats and
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only at JM! Discover the excitement
of maxi coats, pantsuits, knicker
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vJewisti fk>ridHar
Friday, Mcrch 1, '.3S8
Mrs. Itzhak Rabin Is
Guest At Bond Event
Morton Lee Perry In Breakfast Talk On 'Citizens, Crime'
PIU! lUlI LCC I til J Anti- Miami Police Academy in 1M
Mrs. Itzhak Rabuj^e wife of
Israels new Ambassador to tiie
United Stales, was due to be the
guest of honor Thursday at the
premiere of the 1968 Israel Bond
Fashion Show, opening this week-
end's International Inaugural Con-
ference for Israel Bonds at the
Fontainebleau.
The premiere of the Fashion
Show, which presents the work of
Israel's leading designers and cu-
t-is. is under the chairman-hip
of Mrs. Jan Peerce, chairman of
National Women's Division of
Israel Bonds.
Mis. Rabin, whose husband was
Israel's Chief ot Staff during last
year's Six Day War. had been iden-
tified with Israels defense even
before she married Gen. Rabin in
1S48 when she was twenty years
old. Before Israel became a state,
she was a member of Haganah.
I was on one occasion arrested
by the British for her activities.
A school teache- for a time after
her marriage, Mrs. Rabin has
more recently remained at home
with her two children, a girl of 17
i'ud a boy of 12. She has been
active in work with those injured
during the recent hostilities, and
is a leader in Moetzet Hapoalot,
the Council of Working Women.
Mrs. Rabin came to Israel in 1933
as a young child, brought from
Germany by her parents.
The Fashion Show program fea-
M*S. ITZHAK RABIN
tures an array of haute couture
and ready-to-wear items, which
are available in department stores
and specialty shops in cities
throughout the United States and
Canada.
The show, which is the thir-
i teenth annual presentation of this
I kind sponsored by Israel Bonds, is
! scheduled to visit seventy North
i American cities in behalf of the
Bond drive.
As in past years, the world pre
i miere in Miami Beach was staged
( and accessorized by Jordan Marsh
I of Florida.
Desiqned for paople on the
qo, the pink knit one-piece
dress (above) features a petal
skirt over brown knit short
pants. The Beqed-Or creation
(at riqht) has a blue leather
jacket with off-white slacks in
creamy doeskin. These and
other Israeli fashions were to
be shown at an Israel Bond
luncheon Thursday at the
Fontainebleau Hotel.
Assistant State Attorney Morton
i Lee Perry, Chief of the Rackets
I and Frauds Division- <4 the. Ollice
;of State Attorney Richard E. Ger-
stein, will speak before the Bran-
deis J Crime and the Citizen" at a
breakfast meeting to be held at the
Point East Apartments Sunday at
10 a.m.
Mr. Perry, a member of the Re-
Musical Brothers
In Israeli Songs
The Amranim Brothers, intern*-
tionally famous musical duo from
! Israel." will make their initial ap-
pearanee in South Florida March
4. 5 and 6, through the efforts of
th:' YM-YWHA of Greater Miami.
the Israel Tourisl Office and the
American Jewish Congress.
The lirsl performance will be at
Beth To.a!i Congregation Monday,
me second at the YM-YWHA ol
Greater Miami on Tuesday; the
final showing will be on Wednes-
day at Temple Beth Sholom. All
performances will begin at 8 p.m.
onaioiu and Barak Amranim are
third generation Israelis of Yeme-
nite descent and have performed
throughout Israel and in various
j.ner countries.
The special talents of the Am-
> ranun Brothers is communicating
the excitement and spontaneous
teelings present in Israeli folk
music.
Both of the brothers are mem-
bers of the Israel Army Reserve
and served in line units during the
Six-Day War.
Added to the program of the
three appearances will be a film
recently taken in Israel.
nal Advisory Hoard of the Anti- Miami Police Academy in 1*60.
League and a past
gio
Defamation
president <1 K'nai B nth. will dis-
cuss the role played bj the API.
Florida Regional Off.ce and Miami
Police CUicf Walter H&Wlfcy in the
introduction of the law enforce-
ment manual. 'With Justice for
All." into the curriculum of the
Mr. Perry has directed the ma-
jor fraud prosecutions and Invest*
Rations initiated in the eajminal
courts since his appointment as
Chief 61 the Rackets and F
Division in 1964 and is a founding
director of the Florida Coun
Commercial Frauds.
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Academy PTA To
Hear Psychiatrist
i The Parent Teacher Association
of the Hebrew Academy will pre-
sent a discussion on "The Chil-
| uren's Communication Crisis" by
l)r Stephen C. Wright, noted child
' psychiatrist.
Dr. Wright has been associated
with the Variety Children's Hos-
I pital and has served on the teach-
ins staff of the University of Miami
j Medical School. He al an advisory or consultative ca-
pacity with a number of child
oriented organizations.
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All OF THI USUAl CAMPING ACTIVITIES INCLUDING EUll
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PLUS FEATURE Unione Progrom of Dynamic Jewish living
Jewish Culture Heritaoe and the Spirit of Israel Strotsed
Dietary laws Observed
Once Again Specially Chosen Delegates of the Israeli Scouts will
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"Jewish Floridian
Friday, March 1. 1968
Paqs 5-B
CJA Women Report
25 Percent Increase
Seeing the pace for all units of
the C jmbined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund, the women's di-
vision this ueek reported contribu-
tions received to date are averag-
ing r:,ore than 25 percent greater
INovel Reviewed
By Rabhi Labovitz
Raobi Eugene Labovitz will re-
view Our Crowd" by Stephen Bir-
mingham at 10 a.m. Tuesday at
Temi..e N'er Tamid. Proceeds from
the program, held in conjunction
with :he temple Sisterhood, will go
towards the maintenance of the
temp> library.
Th book review will be followed
by lunch. Mrs. Mollie Fabric is
chair-nan and Mrs. t'arlton Blake
is Si-erhood president.
Hadassah President Is
Injured In Accident
JERUSALEM (HNS) Mrs.
Charl'.tte Jacobson. national pres-
ident A Hadassah, was injured in
a bu- accident near Tel Aviv and
taker, to the Hadassah Hospital.
She -..ffered a broken collarbone.
Th< accident occurred as Mrs.
Jacot^on was returning from a
tour jf the Golan Heights with a
group of women who attended Ha-
dassah's midwinter conference
here, the first major conclave of
the o-ganization ih Israel. She was
injurt i when she was hurled to
the ground from the front seat of
the bus. There were no other in-
juries reported.
(than the record CJA drive of 1967.
News of the stepped up pace was
, disclosed by Mrs. Henry Weiss,
chairman of the annual Spring
Dinner Dance of the Young Wo-
men's Division, as the distaff com-
mittee's newest unit announced
plans to further accelerate the in-
crease.
The Annual Dinner Dance will
be held on March 9 at the West-
view Country Club. 2601 NW 119th
Street, starting with cocktails at
7:30 p.m. Music for the dance will
be provided by the band of Danny
Gay.
Designated as the principal
function of the year by the Young
Women's Division, a minimum
donation to the 1868 campaign of
$50 is required ot each woman at-
tending, said Mrs. Robert Shapiro,
president.
The Young Women's Division's
top leaders are talcing an active
role to assure the success of the
program. The area chairmen help-
ing in the arrangements are Mrs.
Lloyd Ruskin. Mrs. Harold Brooks.
Mrs. Albert Weintraub, Mrs. Daniel
Franco. Mrs. Philip Bloom and
Mrs. Thomas Reach.
Campaign vice presidents. Young
Women's Division, are Mrs. Myron
J. Singer, pacesetters division;
Mrs, Robert Traurig. leading ladies
division: and Mrs. Harold Gaffin.
no minimum division. Special gifts
chairman is Mrs. Lewis Silberman.
Discussing plans for the Temple Israel Sister-
hood Annual Donor Luncheon to be held
March 20, are (from left) Standing: Mrs.
Barbara Rado, committee secretary; Mrs.
Use Simonhoff, treasurer; and Mrs. Georqe A.
Graham, publicity. S?ated are the two co-
chairmen. Mrs. Joseph Bulbin and Mrs. Julius
Rosenberg.
Israel Sisterhood Donor Luncheon Set For March 20
The Sisterhood of Temple Israel i existing N'E 19th Street Religious | Mrs. Jerome Rado is the vice
of Greater Miami will hold its an- complex. president of Administration,
nual donor luncheon. "Expo 63" Mrs. Clifford Newmark is the Tickets are on sale at the Terr.-
on Wednesday. March 20. at the president of the Sisterhood and pie office.
Hilton Plaza Hotel. .------------------------------ -----------
Mrs. Joseph Bulbin and Mrs. Ju-
lius Rosenberg, luncheon cochair-
men. have announced that a fash-
ion show \\ ill be presented.
Entertainment will include the
Opera Guild-sponsored coloratura.
Ruth Raffo- and basso Louis Pi-
chardo.
Door prizes, favors and souve-
nirs have been donated, along with
sensational centerpieces, so that
the entire proceeds of this very
special luncheon will go towards
the Sisterhood's pledge to the
Temple to help pay for the new
chapel now being added to the
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Tit Mrs. Jarrett
Mrs. Donald Jarrett will be in-
stalled as president of Freedom
Chapter of B'nai B'rlth Women, at
a noon luncheon Thursday. March
"th. in the Hilton Plaza Hotel.
The entertainment was arranged
by program
chairman Mrs.
Samuel Epstein
and will feature
songs by Mrs.
Chet Gale, ac-
companied by
Mrs. Sally Kay.
Mrs. Nat Levy,
national repre?
sentative, w h o
organized the
Mrs. Donald Jarrett Mothers March
of Dimes on
Polio in Washington, D.C., will be
installing officer.
Other officers on the 193 slate
include Mrs. Soloman Watsley, Mrs.
Samuel Epstein and Mrs. Mellon Jj
| Levenson, vice presidents; Mrs. ; |
David Cohen, treasurer: Mrs. Fred
Berger, Mrs. Rosa Spiro and Mrs.
Samuel Abrams, secretaries: Mrs.
Robert Litt. consultant: Mrs. Ber- |
nard Austein, councilor.
Trustees are Mrs. Howard Dut-
kin. Mrs. Nat Levy, Mrs. Harold
Rosen. Mrs. Faye Greenwald, Mrsi
Max Mogil. Mrs. Samuel Abrams,
Mrs. William Oleck, Mrs. Harry
Rosen and Mrs. Ann Beckerman.
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includes a review of the book,
"Tongue of the Prophets," given
by Mrs. Morris Danzig. Mrs. Hy-
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+Jti** nuiMart
Fridnv Mnrrh 1 tacq
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)i Jerusalem-Boston.
With ISABEL GROVE
City News Editor
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Housogucsting it the North Ba>
BOOle Ol the Howard Grovs
- Mrs. Bernard Kar-
an, New York attorney, who taw
l
"LUSl i X., IJ :i\ Ol Mi-
though
' hundreds ol < xtra mill -
time and rerouting with .1
v. u Orleans Family
ie enied
Sally and Herman Mack. Ol '.343
\ Ave celebrating their
BOlh redding anniversary, were
eti reception hut Saturday
light hosted hj their two sons
and their wives Family Includes
Roy Mack and spouse Sue, who
thl < spring Ronald
Steven and Jeffrey, and Marvin
Elaine Mack and Iheil tWO
Barry .,-,.-. Nadin*. All il\t
Miami Residents here for 48
i senior Macks were
- nbt rs : ;;-1
: No. retin
Isabel Grove
. i m cerj
- -- : H
, Hi Vacks. the
k i ..
\
. ; .
Rabi Max Sbap.ro.
Eetyn a Beo Clean.
. \'.j :o: i
. v lean I an ling I
- ras astead Umj could at
I theil Hnl sTafad-
n LiflW Sert RkHar* hsra ha
BetoCy Judy Ck*in
lid sastei Joy. who s easer
x i o taha care of
Otters .tie happy
......
Al ir.c Rate Hn tti
Barbara ar.d Sa#>
Missni asa Metataalaad
Carol Clexn. F MM M
$i i hrasad ne
at tS7! SI IMtl > these
:
c- BaM hers<-:f
tnr age a* 10.
- mkaag forward to aawel ag
Mrs. Kit Marks Galdfcn
and Mrs. Sadie Clein.
In the midst of moi ins to the
1 wers Bea (Mrs. Mike)
Mersel dropped everything and
flew north to bo ith her mother
her dad was confined to a
Brooklyn hospital She's finding
Hie weather "very, verj cold and
ptionaJly windy ith mow
always .< possibihty." Plans to
return to th Beach in about two
weeks when her dad will be CO*-
valescing at home, and is looking
I m aid to "all that beautiful Mi-
ami sunshine "

It was a happj Soth anniver
| at Chandler's for **r. and
Mrv Nathan Keusch o: Vest Mi-
ami '.'< part} as fives by
ihter Beverlye. Also in the
part> a- MM Russell ar.,i his
fiancei Ann Gail Cohen.
students or, the secoi
-
xv ill benefit from the eminently
successful art .. bj Mrs.
Mitchell (Frances Wolfson It -
Mayfair Tbeatn m Bdscayne
:..;,- paintings have
-een sold, with all
I into the Frances w
\ Scholarship Fund The
{s a ere or. display until the
show closed on Thursday The
rip Fund nroridea I
ctal assistance to high scho
Bach county, at
art I
and south campusi- si
Miami-Dade Junior College, and
the Ashei ege
AsheviBi N v"

ah -
arrar_
:- Art Show a: Tf -.
M-v Akander
V.-;i- -<- Mrv
A L Glickman. Mrv
Louis G ism- Mrs.
Sam tuby. Jr_ preview and
Mrs Haro+d J B-oo*s (I
Ths
psjsjreaK pMnRii recep-

with 1
art shoii at < that e^ aaj The
r^f '- -'s?-a> _^r;;
\,<:k- St ndaj- thresjgjk
- >- : -- ? : I the after
aanaj isd from S to Id a the
"-. -i> .-: jrs arc
10 ~ ~
Outer osairiRor. are Mrv Isasl
Morton >.> ; cu:t- Mrv Ajv
dre Biaiohtna:i aad Mrv Rtchard
c-'s Mrs S.
rnaur Aitrwan a->.: Mrv Charies
Rosens at ehflfm > *r SI
Mi. Be Eaten
hwawju coaMB^e* TV ex-
sr the I re the
cahectiBW of the Safra. A-
Making her fourth trip to I
Mrs. Gerald P. Soltx, Imme-
diate j ..- pri sident of the Flor-
ida Region of Hadassah and a
member of its national service
committee. .ll lead some 38 per-
sons on the Florida-Israel F-urim
Tour departing New York March
7th. return on the 17th In Jeru-
salem March 16. Mr and Mrs.
Solt? will Bar Mitxvah their son.
Howard Scott, at Har El Syna-
< In the group arc Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Stern, Mr. and Mrv
Jack Sills, Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Fine, Mr. and Mrv Harold Berke,
Mr and Mrs. Moie Tendrich,
Mrs. Sidney Stigliti and Miss
Margie Stigliti, Mr. Bernard Sup-
worth and Miss Susan Supworth,
and Mr. and Mrv Alvin Wank.
PTA Games Nigh!
On Saturday At*TT
The Parent Teacher- Association
of the YMH.V- Early Childhood
Department conduct a game*
night Satui la; start ng at 8
p m Mi .'.. H M is PT v-
idenl
a:: proceeds will g th< Nurs-
I K rgi Is ol
the YMHA I i '.-. branch
( rmen committee
arc Mrs ::feld and
Mr- Robert Dia Other mem-
,>er- are Mrs. J irrett. Mrs
Mr- Eugene
Mr- Herman Ber
.;: Mrs Ms nan, Mrs
Mr> Ro> Kaplan.
Mrs Robert 1 Mrs Cal-
, r K.
HUarv Mindlin (center;, writer and educator addressed
a meetina of the Alpha Epsilon Alumnae Association of
Greater M.am: on Saturday at the Otto G Richter Library
Lecture Hall at the University of Miami. Shown with Mrs
Mindlin are Mrs. Martin Spector Heft), chairman, and Mrs.
Burton Levey, president of the Association.
Wr Taini Plan (art! Party
SatunL Men's Club

9 ar Audito-
: v. j Leshi km
B -:'
R< Scb rici n
at th<
- H Kletnberg -
i Men*- C
Teenager Named
Marli Fen Jaj i senior at
Miami Bcsjien -: School, has
beer, earned the outstai .
:r Dade Count; of
r.-. r :-..:.- ,:nder-
aod schoiar
bj '. Bucaj -
Ptasa lants Ass oatMo
Dwu;-:;: :: Mr and Mrs Abe
."*: M 7S23 Buccaneer Ave 17
ywar-oU V;:.i -- i straight A
average at Be-ch High and has
taker, pi any activities She
-"..- : :Se Dade Count)
Roc Or as and holds
:h same pas
Misses : has
wcrkec" a: ti.. eat Um
Rev nasa shelters
Joseph Cohen Gets
Bank Directorship
J seph Cohen has been eli
to the board of directors of the
InterAmcrican National Bank
he ha- served tor the past
two years a- a member of the
sory board
Cohen ha- been a resilient ol
r Miami for more thai 22
soar< and has been in business in
this an as i arrh ing from the
North
Pres '" : i Federal Pack
:: ileah, he is also Jew-
- \ a! Fund Council pre-i-
dent. and has served a president
ol the Bureau of Jewish Education
of Greater Miami Fit the
ten years he has been i
. i\ mpl< Emanu El
lei activ<
-: if C immerce and in
civil tjanizational w >rk
Hi Mas i and Shriner of the
Man Temple
Outstanding Girl
-
i r school activities include
isiness manager of the
tie and circulation manager
Of Hi Tide, the yearbook She plans
to major in English at the I'nivei
sit} fFl r:-'..:
10SIPH COHtH
High schoolers
Capture Prizes
I.mda English. Gloria Levin anii
I ricksou took first, second
and third piace in a Brotherhood
ster contest sponsored by the
North Dade Chapter of B'nai B"rith
Women, with Chase Federal Sav
ings and Loan Association donat
he cash prizes
Honorable mention went to Don
r.a Hamilton. Christine Sturu and
ine R >se
DEAUVILLE
' 7?f Tie '-
TemJ firfiW Z^f&ff
. Trte most eiegaru isjotx.^n& *.lr. tr ultimate m persona* :. ce.
. suoe^ cuis *^e. jr^nous surrounrj
. tor groups : I s i2es ... a stand;
excellence mat is unique to the Oeauwrile'
'lewrj iarws stnetty obseivt.
CONFMrhUTtONS RECtPTIOHS
WCIMMN6S MNQUFTS MEETthCS
ARTES tor ue to 3.S08 fwesrs j
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Fridcrv. March 1. 1968
vJewisti FkrSdifaiin
Paqe 7-B
Florida Department JWY Auxiliaries
List Meetings, Elections Through June
Mrs. Nat Brown, Department
president, announces that the next
quarterly meeting of the Depart-
ment of Florida Ladies Auxiliary,
Jewish War Veterans, will take
place at 9:30 a.m. Sunday. March
17. at Unified Hall, 2300 XE 171st
St. Members of Auxiliary 682 will
he hostesses. Mrs. Meyer Cohen,
Department senior vice president,
will report on the annual Depart-
ment convention to be held here
June 21, 22 and 23 at the Bar-
celona Hotel.
o a o
Norman Bruce Brown Auxiliary
will elect officers for 1968-1969 at
a meeting at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at
Pythian Hall, 4600 W. Flagler St.
Mrs. Mae Schreiber is chairman of
the Treasure Dig" to be held on
Tuesday, March 19. at 8:30 p.m. in
Pythian Hall. This is the annual
fund raising project lor veteran
and welfare work. Mrs. Belle
Swartz is'Auxiliary president.
West Miami Auxiliary will elect
ne officers a) a meeting Thurs-
day, March ". 8::io p.m. at Temple
Ahavat Sholom. Mrs James Stern,
presentl) serring as Auxiliary sen-
"i vice president, and wife ol the
Florida Department Commander,
i\\\. will speak on her recent trip
:<> Israel. -Mis epn Achtman is
chairman of the annual donor din-
in to be held Saturday, March23,
<) p.m. at tin' Carillon Hotel. Posl
nii Auxiliary installation of offi-
cers is -liiteel for Saturday. March
30. 8 p.m. at Temple Or Olom.
Mrs Norman Burman is Auxiliary
president.
* *
Murray Solomon Auxiliary will
hold elections at a meeting Thurs-
day. March 7. 8:30 p.m. at Za-
niora Center Mrs. Meyer Cohen is
chairman of the donor affair, a
Nite Club Tour" set for Saturday,
March 9. Installation of officers
will take place at 8 p.m. Sunday,
March 24, at Zamora. Center. Mrs.
.lean Kaufman is Auxiliary presi-
dent.
Miami Beach Auxiliary will hold
Burdine's Shows
JVarl Collection
February marks the 75th anni-
versary of the discovery of the
pearl-growing process by Kokichi
Mikimoto, the Pearl King. Bur-
dine"- celebrated the occasion
with a display of S25O.00O worth
of pearls, along with personal ap-
pearances by Hiroyuki Kato. an
executive of the Mikimoto cultured
pearl company, who visited each
of the Burdine*s stores in South
Florida.
regular meetings Thursday. March
7th. and Thursday. March 21st. at
8:30 p.m. in American Legion Hall.
Miami B"ach. Mrs. Bessie Gibber
is Auxiliary president.
a a
Four Freedoms Auxiliary will
hold a card party Tuesday noon at
the Roney Plaza, proceeds to go to
community projects. Regular meet-
ing will be held at 8 p.m. Tuesday,
March 26. at Four Freedoms Bldg.
.Mrs. Ann Brodoff is Auxiliary
president.
>
Victor B. Freed-nan Auxiliary
will have election of officers at an
8 p.m. meeting Wednesday. March
20. at Temple Beth Fl. Hollywood.
Mrs. Sam Perry is Auxiliary pres-
ident.
North Shore Auxiliary will have
:i regular meeting at 8:15 p.m. on
Wednesday at (base Federal. Nor-
mandy Isle. Joint installation ot
Post and Auxiliary officers will
take place at 8 p.m. Saturday.
March !). :it Miami Peach Federal,
755 Washington Ave. Annual donor
d nner will he held at the Carillon
l Saturday, March 2:< Re uilar
meeting at 8:15 p.m. Wednesday.
March 27. :it Chase Federal, will
'aiure the pre icntation of the
Traveling Friendship Gavel. Mrs.
Da\ 'il > obden is Auxiliary presi
dent.
Hialeah-Mi.imi Springs Auxiliary
will have ;i regular meeting at 9:30
a.m. Sunday ;it Park Pane Cafe-
teria. Hialeah. Auxiliarj an.I Posl
installation will be held at 8 pin.
Saturday, March 23. at Temple Tif-
reth Jacob. Hialeah Mr- Bernard
Levitch is Auxiliary president.
Abe Horrowitz Auxiliary will hold
elect ions at 8:30 p.m. Thursday.
March 14. at Unified Hall in North
.Miami Beach. Installation of offi-
cers will be at 8 p.m. Thursday,
March 21. at Unified Hall, and the
following Thursdav. March 28. the
auxiliary will hold a social evening
honoring outgoing president. Mr-.
Herman (Jromet
Harry H. Cohen Auxiliary will
hold installation ot officers at Surf-
side Center at 8 p.m. Wednesday.
March 13. Mrs. Sadye Reiner is
chairman of the 10th anniversary
donor dinner at the Carillon Hotel
Saturday. March 16. Mrs Sidnej
IYagash is Auxiliary president.
Col. David Marcus Auxiliary will
hold elections at an 8:15 p.m. meet
ing Tuesday, March 19. at Park
way General Hospital. Mres. Leon
, Voile is Auxiliary president.
MOTOR!: o GUIDE
TO ISRAEL
A limited number of ad-
ditional copies of the Israel
Mutorinc Guide which was
included in last week's Jew-
ish Floridian Special Israel
Supplement, are still avail-
able at the Floridian office.
Readers may write for cop-
ies of the Guide by sending
a self-addressed, stamped en-
velope for each copy. Write
to: MAP. The Jewish Flor-
idian. P.O. Box 2973. Miami,
Florida 33101.
Psychiatrist On T Program
Dr. Arthur Stillman was to dis-
cus- The Kmotional Needs of Par
ents and Pie-School Age Children"
for the PTA of the North County
YMIIA Nursery and Kindergarten
Schools on Thursday. Feb. 29. at
Schools ill 8 p.m. Thursday, at the
home ol Dr and Mrs. Jack Aron.
1811) NE 197th Ter.
Dr. Stillman, a psychiatrist, is a
il director oi the South Flor-
ida State Hospital in Hollywood,
Some things
are hardly
worthwhile
worrying about
...unless its a
little thing like
your daughters
wedding

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Jane! Barbara Marks and Rich-
ard Dav'd Berg wore married Sat-
urday. Feb 24. at the YMHA of
Miami with Rabbi Ralph Glixman
official
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Mich I el R Marks. 6416 S\V
14th St.. graduated from Cora! Ga-
bles Senior High and attended
M nmi-Dade Junior College.
The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs
Max Berg. Brooklyn. N.Y., served
(our year- in the U.S. Navy's sub-
marine service, attended Brooklyn
i' and is now attending RCA
Institute.
After a weddin;: trip to Miami
Beach, the couple will live in
Brooklyn.
Ricki Marks served as her sis-
ter's maid of honor. Bridesmaids
were Linda Edwards and Susan
Z. ger, junior bridesmaids. Cheryl
and Bonnie Berg.
Leonard Berg served as best
man for his brother. Ushers were
Victor Katz and Daniel Green-
house.
The bride wore a floor length
candlelight gown of bridal satin
ivith re-embroidered Alencon lace
lesigned with scoop neckline and
short sleeves, the lavishly trimmed
Vane skirt enhancing the Watteau
iiain. Tiers of illusion net adorned
: the crown of peau de soie trimmed
with openwork petals of pearls
and crystals. The bride carried a
bouquet ot white orchids and steph-
anotis.
Martin Aruitov
MRS. RICHARD BERG
Lillian Kahn Wed
To Harry Coplan
Mrs. Bernard (Lillian) Kahn ex-
changed vows with Harry Coplan
of Charleston. S.C.. on Sunday.
Feb. 25. Rabbi Leon Kronish con-
ducted the ceremony, and a lunch-
eon followed at The Seasons.
Mrs. Kahn. a resident of Miami
Beach for many years, is the
widow ot Mr. Kahn. who was asso-
ciated with the Saxony Hotel, and
;.a- a vice president of the Ex-
change National Bank in Ch
For th > Iwo years Mrs. Kahn
has been associated with South-
gate Towers Apartments.
Guests at the wedding included
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert J. Altheimer,
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Altheimer. Mr.
md Mr- h Wasserman, Mr.
I Mrs Gi irge D. Sax. Chicago;
Mr. ai Louis Coplan. Co-
I, S.C.: David Solomon. Mr.
and Mrs. Danny Hirsch. Charles-
ton. S.C.: Mrs. Ruth Paul, New
York Citj.
The couple will live at Ashley
House in Charleston, where Mr.
Coplan is in business.
Ellen Leienson
Is Bride-to-Be
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin H. I.evenson
of 8610 S\V 20th St.. announce the
betrothal of their daughter, Ellen
Lee, to Allan Sandelstein. The
bridegroom-to-be is the son of Mrs.
Anna Sandelstein, of Erie, Pa.
The bride-elect i< the grand-
daughter of Mrs. Yetta Waldman
and the late Rabbi Joseph Wald-
man. who developed the Waldman
Hotel chain. Paternal grandmother
is Mrs. Annie I.evenson of Coral
Gables.
Miss I.evenson is a legal secre-
tary. Her fiance has served in the
U.S Air Force, and is at present
continuing his education in Miami
in the field of law and psychology.
An engagement partv w ill be
given in honor of the young couple
by the future bride's parents on
Sunday. March 10. in their home.
The wedding date is June 23.
al Waldman s Hotel.
Golfing Added
At Camp Oeala
Camp Ocala. which will begin
its 14th summer camping season
June 24 in the heart of the Ocala
National Forest, will introduce pro-
fessional gtilf as another innova-
tion for its 300 youngsters.
The unique golfing program,
which is under the direction of
Major Leonard Wollman. one of
'.'amp Ocala's directors and a prin-
cipal in the Dade County School
"i. will include daily instruc-
tion by a golf professional. The
Of woods, irons and
putters will be taught to the boys
and girls, and then they'll enjoy
play Oil a nearby 18-holde
golf course. Clubs and golf balls
will b? provided by the Camp for
all instruction periods.
Camp Ocala. which is the home
of the American Red Cross Aquatic
School, has its own driving range
and practice putting greens.
Camp Ocala also features daily
horseback riding, daily waterskiing
on Lake Sellers, tennis, sailing,
scuba, a special teen program, and
arts and crafts.
The Camp has its own Ketch-Up
Klinic, which offers individualtized
instruction in modern math, read-
ing, musical training, and Bar
Mitzvah preparation.
Other directors of the Camp are
Dr. Theodore Stmhl, Robert Woll-
man, and Frankie and Ben Miller.
Auction. Music On
Hadassah Agenda
A- auction sponsored by the
ah Group ol the Miami Chap-
ter of Hadassah is sla'ed for ?::'()
p.m. Saturdav, at Hillel House
1100 Miller Dr.
\ : lioneer Leonard S stern will
officiate at the fund-raising event,
and proceeds will go toward the
rehabilitation of Hadassah s Mt.
Scopus project in Israel.
Mrs. Larry Scherr is auction
chairman, and Mrs. William Wein
cr, auction vice chairman
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A program of Israeli songs will
highlight the general meeting of
the Chaim Weizmann Group on
Monday at Carpenters Hall. 151
NW 37th Ave. Vocalists Mrs. Irv-
ing Hugel and Mrs. George Mey-
ers will be accompanied by Mrs.
Stewart Botwinik.
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Miami National Council Jewish Women
Greater Miami Section. National
Council of Jewish Women will hold
its annual Angel Luncheon at noon
an Friday al the Fontainebleau
Hole!. Mrs. Morton Stubins is An-
.:el Luncheon chairman Those en-
itled to attend are Council mem-
bers who have contributed over
UK) hours in service to any of the
three Thrift Shops, or donated $100
worth ol merchandise, or a com-
oination oi both. Profits Irom the
S'C.IW Thrift Shops go to support
.he local and overseas community-
service projects.
A special fashion presentation
.ill be given by Burdine's Depart-
ment store; guest moderator will
>e Miss Betty Sherwin. Coordinat-
ed with the fashions will be an
exhibit >f original paintings com-
missioned by Lentheric 12.
Chairmen for the Angel Lunch-
on: Mrs Mark Roth, fashions:
Mrs. Melvyne Sommers. decora-
lions: Mr-. Hyman Mintz and Mrs.
flora Price, hostesses: Mrs. Mot'
Schatzman and Mrs. David Ray-
vis, seating; Mrs. Henry Schwartz-
man and Mrs. Harry Schoss.
prizes; Mrs. Allan Appelstein, in-
vitation-; Mrs. Louis Adler, gilts.
A diversity of programing will
mark the Section member>lup
meetings, Wednesday, March 6.
Bay Division will meet at 11 al
the Normandy Isle Washil
Federal. Miami Beach Police
Rocky Pomerance. State Attorney
Kiehard Gerstein. Metro ( ;\ ,|
iJourt Judge Milton Friedman anil
American t'.vii Ubertii i
lorncy Tobias Simon will f<
panel to discuss "Out
and Order."
Cot al Division ill ;, arn
Problems Facing Dade i v
School-." at 10 a.m. at Hillel
from a supervisor of social
for Dade County School Sysi
Indian Creek Division ui
the chorale group from D
Gardens Home for the Asje< ,
I hey com one at noon at I <
Isle Hotel.
>
Lincoln Division will more of the future plan?
Women's Division of Fed
from Mrs. Robert Shapiro
dent oi the Young Women'-
sion. at the Algiers Hotel al 2 I
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Shorts Division will have
it From Sheila MacRac"
noon meeting at Westview I
Club.
a
South Dade Division's 9
meeting at the Sweden llou
tures Dr. David Lehman ai
discussion of "Te ..
Abuse: A Shocking Probleir
Mizrachi Women's Organization Groups
Chapters of Mizrachi Women's
Organization of America have
planned varied programs and
events for their March meetings.
Hatikvah Chapter 10 a m board
meeting on Thursday, March 7.
.vill be held at the Jacob C Cohen
Community Synagogue. A Purhn
luncheon and card party will be
held at Kneseth Israel Congrega
(ion Thursday. March 21 Mrs. Hy-
man Kolko is president;
Kinneret Chapter will have its
;en< ral meeting at 8:30 p
Wednesday. The program will fea-
ure a panel discus io i ith Jack
Rubin, Donald Schrager, and il
torney Morton Zemel A I
oarty has I een planned b;
Bernard Gelbert. preside)
Monday. March 11. 830 p.]
drawing of the Tombola wil
place that evening. B< ..
oe at Temple Samara, on s
March 31. the annual aucti
lake place at Temple Or
S77~> SW 16th St.
Aviva Chapter wi
Purlin card party at I
lay. at the homi Mrs
April. 6281 SW 4th St A 2 I
meeting on Monday Mar
will he conducted by M -
president, at the Co
eral, 2301 Ponce d I -
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Jhc KjTebrew of Greater Mian
'ends its Sincerest Wishes
of
B'jcha and Mazel
to its Member and Treasurer
Sarah Wein berg
jpon her marriage to
Mr. Charles Posner
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Friday. March 1, 1968
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
"All wo talk about is cln'hos. clothes, clothes." were
the opening remarks of Jeanne (Mrs. Peter I Woll as -he
was the commmtator for Fashionplare f>8. the style show
aiven by C.J.A. at their Inital Gifts Luncheon.
In her short black and wh;te
mini outfit, upturned red Breton
hat framing her port saucy face
you wondered if all she did her-
self was talk about clothes, clothes,
clothes. She looked as if she didn't
have a care in the world and
nothing to do but enjoy herself
every minute.
Woll. you sure can't tell a book
by it's cover. Jeanne was born in
New York but came to Miami Beach
as a baby with her parents, Joe
JIANNf an(j B{,lle Har, shc wpnt ,0 No|.,h
Beach Elementary and to Beach High School until the
llt.i grade when -he went to North Western to college.
I elementary school she was known as a brain but in nigh
school and college she became active in just about every-
thing, excelling and adoring air-thing that had to do with
rama. Shc still likes school. In fact she got her Masters
in Drama alter she was married.
She met Peter at a parly. The party was outside in a
huge tent. Everyone could see through the big glass picture
v ndow. Peter and Jeanne sitting on the porch talking
and talking She had a TV show called Tiny Town. It was a
children's program that ran for three years. The last hour
long special was one week before their first child was
born. There are four children, all with the first name
starting with M and the second that starts with .1. They are
all M.J.W. so they can borrow each other's handkerchiefs.
The children are Michael. Matthew. Marshall and Madeline.
Jeanne taught and acted in Shakepcrian plays as well
as directed a summer program of Shakespearean plays at
the University. She was doing a dueling scene just before
Matthew was born, did a Sinclair Oil commercial six
month- after Mai-hall was born and was in Romeo and
two weeks a.tor Madeline was born Jeanne ha- done
a lot of commercial work including work for 7-11. Hertz.
modeling for Life Magazine among others. The most
- one you have all seen She is Mary in the Play-
;< \ Living Stretch Bra commercial who is washing her
ashing machine for the millionoth time That
'.,- the mosl exciting commercial to do. then' were bras
where i; ... was done :-. Coral Gables and the
., -t :i, Nev York,
Present!) she is Program Chief in charge of the Auc-
n to be held on Channel 2. She believe- m Channel 2 and
. b. en in there pitching from the time that it was just
.i -ii'.ill studio Now according to Joanne it is the second
most viewed T.V. station in the U.S. She does all of their
notional TV spots.
But Jeanne's main concern i;- hor family. They all are
interested in her varied activities. They are proud of the
fact that shc can organize her household errands so well.
She always has time to be a mother and a PTA-er. The
Wolfs have Philharmonic tickets, belong to Lowes Gallery
and the Musuem. Joanne is a vibrant enthusiastic person
who enjoys everything, even taking the children on a straw-
berry picking jaunt.
She has spoiled Peter as far as cooking is concerned.
She's a gourmet cook and he's gotten so used to every-
thing fancy with interesting exciting food and candles and
1 lowers that he expects it every night, company or no com-
pany. He sets it!
The two of them like to travel. But their trips are
always short, oven to Kuropo. With a stockbroker husband
who is so used to long distance calls they keep in constant
touch with what is going on at home.
A-ked about her theory about bringing up children.
1: anne says that they change from day to day. whenever
she gets another exciting idea or if occasion warrants it.
In the meantime the children all have a sense of belonging,
a feeling of security and a strong family pull. Besides they
have a lot of fun. Everything they do is a little different
and a little bit more fun. Instead of piano lessons they take
recorder lessons which is like a Elizabethan flute. It is a
good foundation for music. They are teaching Jeanne. A
vivid imaginative person who likes to challenge and to be
challenged is Jeanne the diminuitive adorable Mrs. Peter
Wolf.
, '
Purim Observance
In Chapter Plans
Of Pioneer Women
The Kadimah Chapter of Pio-
ncer Women will have a white ele-
phant sale on Tuesday at 8 p.m.
tiie Coral Gables Federal. 2501
Ponce de Leon Blvd. A business
m.....',1 deal with the March
17 donor luncheon. Mrs. Lillie Co-
hen is chapter president.
The Beba ld?lson Chapter will
have a Purim festival at 8 p.m.
March 13. in the Algiers Hotel.
Queen for the evening will be Mrs.
rillie Rosen. Mrs. Esther Wein-
-tein will recite the megillah. The
program will include a piano re-
nt, il by Mrs. Rose Tucker and Mrs.
Irene Dorfman, vocal selections by
Mrs. Mollie Nashkin, and a mono-
logue by Philip Nashkin. Mrs. !
Michl Gibson, president of the
chapter, will act as chairman for ;
die evening.
o
Club 1 will have a Purim party
it 7 p.m. Sunday, March 10. at
842 Washington Ave. Mrs. Jennie
Seitlin will be chairman. Joseph
Krantz and Dr. Simon Wilcnsky
will be guest speakers. Mrs. Esther
Weinstein will sing Purim songs.
Mrs. Robert Garber is Club presi-
dent.
FOR LIVE IN DOMESTICS
CALL MR. UtSH
NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT PHONE: 379-8443
Completing plans lor the "Babes in Toylcr.d" bruncheon
and lashion show sponsored by the Pinetree Chapter
Women's American Ort to be held Wednesday at the Deau-
ville Hotel, are (from left): Mrs. R. Frank, Mr--. L. Glassman
bruncheon chairman. Mrs. B. Black end 'standing) Mrs. D.
Serns, presirjpnt.
Purim Musicale For Child Rescue
U-M's John Bethea
On Dinner Agenda
John Bethea. of the University
ol Miami School of Government.
will bo gue.-t speaker at the 10th
anniversary dinner dance of the
National Jewish Civil Service Em-
ployee- of Miami on Saturday at
Unified Hall. His topic will be
"What You Should Expect from
Your County Government."
Committee members include
Leon I.aim. Leon and Pauline Sil-
\er. Hank Groenberg. Nat Taksier.
Dora Hill and I.on Abramson.
Eilat Chapter of Pioneer Wom-
en will present its Purim concert
at 8 p.m. Saturday at the Miami
Beach Federal, 755 Washington
Ave.
Featured on the musical pro-
i;ram will be the Shalom Quintet
and folk singers Ida Kovalsky,
Frieda Levitan, Regina Balin and
Abe Rappaport.
Mrs. Paye Brucker will serve as
master ol ceremonies.
In charge of tickets are Mrs.
Goldio Rubinstein and Mrs. Edith
Newman.
All proceeds are earmarked for
Child Rescue work in Israel.
Musical Program at Brunch
Shalom Chapter of Mizrachi
Women held a brunch on Tuesdaj
at the home of Mrs Jay Dernier
2525 Flamingo Dr. A two hour
musical program followed, spon
sored by Mr and Mrs. Sol G.
Trachtenberg in honor of their
49th anniversary.
Purim Festival On
League Agenda
The regular meeting of the
Florida Chapter. Women's League
for Israel, will be at 12:30 p.m.
Wednesdaj a) the Forte Towers
North.
Mrs. Edward Von Fragateln, a
member of the Florida chapter.
will speak on the Purim Festival
and the new book, "Fighting He-
roes of Israel.''
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HEARTS AND FLOWERS
It was the annual Valentino Luncheon and
Style Show at Westview Country Club. As the
guests came into the lobby it was impossible to
tell if they were just coming to the luncheon or
if they were models. Everyone looked gorgeous,
lots of high boots and fancy stockings. One
young thing was in maternity rompers and looked
adorable. Inside the dining room everything
was heart and flowers The runway was all in
red and the models pranced up and down to the
most divine music.
There were several large tables, Mrs. Charles
B. Solomon and Mrs. Abe Sloan were at one. Mrs.
E. Albert Pallot. Mrs. William Segal and Mrs.
James 11 Meyers at another while Mrs. Louis
Koppy and Mrs. David Tann were at still another
Also seen were Mrs. Lawrence Markman. all in
black and white. Mrs Arnold Straus. Mrs. Ernest
M. Halpryn. Mrs Barrj Prusin, Mrs. Sidney Lef-
couit. Mrs Clunles (.Jans. Mrs. Stanley Tate.
SHE KNEW
Howard (Hap) Levy wanted everyone to know
ilia! they had an addition to their family. So
the streamer that flew from the plane all around
said. "Davids Had a Hoy." Davida knew, she
didn'l have t'> he told The newest hoys name
is David Jonathan The ones at home watching
the streamer flying in the sky wen1. Lisa, Joel
and Hobby.
THEY WRAPPED THE PATIO IN PLASTIC
David ..ml Elinor Catsman wrapped their
screened in patio in plastic, covered the pool
over and dan- : the elements to creep in. Nothing
crept in but the people whom the\ had invited
lor a cocktail buffet lo meet their daughter Ellen
and her husband Philip Freidin who had come
a \witin.u The) had their friends who hadn't
been able to meet them in the late summer when
they were married
Amohg the quests were Dr and Mrs. Harold
Rand. Colonel and Mrs W. .1 Harris. Mr. and
Mrs B .1 Harris (from Palm Reach and it was
cold there, too). Mr and Mrs. Cason Ives. Mr. and
Mrs Jules Ahramson. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jatnin-
son. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wcinkle. Judge and Mrs.
aces .
Milton Friedman, Mr and Mrs. 1-ou Zorn. Mr.
and Mrs. Morton Stein and Mr. and M*?- Van
Myers
LEAVE THE DRIVING TO US
That was some bus load of beauti.'ul people
(black tie) en route to Palm Beach to a dinner
party in the Celebrity Room. The Room is fan-
tastic, overlooking the water. All done up for
Valentine's Day. it was gorgeous. The party wis
given by Mr. and Mrs. Henry' (called Harry)
Kischbach of Palm Beach in honor of Dr. and
Mrs. Morris Zimmerman's 40th anniversary The
bus driver never had such a good time. Every
once in a while he would call out "Is there a
doctor in the bus?" He would get a very good
response. Alex and Carolyn Manson were on the
bus. Alex was doing a very good job of dishing
it out as his wife put it ".'outing would be more
the word.
Others included Mr and Mrs Max Orovitz.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Halperin. Mr. and Mrs
Harry Fine. Mrs. Jack Sarnoff. Dr. and Mrs
Richard Fleming Mr and Mrs Leonard Abess.
Mr. and Mrs Daniel Ruskin. Dr. and Mrs Stanley
Frehling. Mrs. Jack Ahlin and Mr and Mrs. Joel
Shonker. Stella Fischbach's sister, Midgie Henna
hum who lives in Paris Hew in from New York
for the affair. Senator Abraham Rilncolf was
there too. Ruth and Whites Bloom and Lois and
Herb Mat he- did their own driving. As the guests
entered the Celebritj Room their pictures were
taken which should be a nice memento of a lovelj
ing for everyone
DINNER FOR TWELVE
Dr and Mrs Vlexander Bobbins had a dinner
party It was to honor Eddie Loeb win is marrying
Melinda Rampone on March 10 Eddie's father
and mother. Lou and Sally Loeb were included
in the li>t of young guests
Lddie was best man when Dr Richard Hob-
bins married his Lois SO it i> turn about now and
Richard will be the besl man for Eddie. Ruthie
Robbins is a mighty good cook. She tried out a
couple of new recipes and a good time was had
by all.
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Harold Shapiro, prominent
attorney and former Mayor
ol Miami Beach, will be nam-
ed "Father of the Year" by
Temple Beth Raphael, at the
late Friday eveninq services
this weekend.
The Teenager and Drugs
The Brotherhood ol Temple
Beth El, Hollywood, presented a
.in mi -Ihe Teenager and
Hallucinatory Drugs" on Wednes-
da>
Hi- Richard I> Shafron ol Brow-
ard t ountj Medit ;i! Ass ciation's
"Tcenag Alert." was guesl -
or and illustrated hi- talk with
slides
Miami Beach Chapter Hadassah Units
Slate Luncheons, Meetings in March
Units of Miami Beach Chapter Appelrouth. Jewish Education
of Hadassah plan meetings and
luncheons for March.
* *
The I. R. Goodman group will
celebrate a Mt. Scopus affair at
the Normandy Isle Washington
Federal Sunday at noon Mrs Jean
Frankel is fund-raising vice presi-
dent and Miss Lillian C.oodman,
program chairman. Mrs. Evelyn
Decky is president
The Kadimah group will hold its
luncheon meeting at noon Monday
in the Singapore Hotel Revy Wink-
ler and Peg Savage C.reg will re-
view their book. "Sex and the
Senior Citizen." Mrs. Meyer
Schneider is president.
The Sovthgata group will hold
an open meeting Monday at 1 p.m.
in the Terrace Room. It will fea-
ture a Furim party, and a musical
program. Mrs. Henry Schwartz is
chairman of the day. and Mrs. Max
Cohen, president of the group.
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The Stephen S. Wi* group will
hold its meeting Monday noon at
the Algiers rt\tel. Luncheon and a
program is- oriMhc agenda. Mrs.
Abraham MagM is president.
The Israeli group will hold its
meeting Monday. March 11, at the
Algiers Hotel at noon. Mrs. Jot.eph
Meyer is president of the group.
The Louis D. BrarwUis group will
hold its luncheon meeting Monday.
March 11, at the Fontainebleau
Hotel Mrs. Sam Ruban is presi-
dent of the group,
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The Emma Lazarvs group will
hold its meeting at noon Monday.
March 11, at the Algiers Hotel.
Mrs Henrietta Fine is president of
the group.
The Hanna Sooasch group will
hold its noon meeting on Monday
at the Algiers Hotel. A snack
luncheon will be served followed by
current events and musical selec-
tions by Sita Swee Mrs Jennie
'The Nature of the Mind'
Dr. Abraham Wolfson will speak
on "The Origin and Nature of the
Mind" at the Spinoza Forum for
Adult Education Thursday morn-
ing at II). in the Washington Fed
chairman, will speak on Purim eral. 1234 Washington Ave
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SHOPPING AROUND
Fifth Annual Miami Poetry Competition..
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students and the adult
The fifth annual Greater Miami univerMty
Poetry Festival will be held Satur- BTOiiP- -.,_-, Bnnd wi|l be
day evening. Apr* 6 at the Bay- |* S25 UAfaVMfi Bond j ill ot
font Auditorium, the Laramore- given as first J*^ erttl
Rader Poetry Croup, which spon- cates of Mer.rto he runners u|
sors the even,, announced this JJhrUj. UjJ-JJ .Jf^
WThe program of the festival will of the Barry College Award o, Ex-
include the winning entries in the cellence. wil
SUNSWEET PRUNES FOR
PURIM HAMANTASCHEN
With Purim approaching, and
with the children soon practicing
the clatter of groggcrs and other
noisemakers at the mention of
tlaman's name, mothers know
that the Hamantaschen season is
here. And with that, Sunsweet
Cooked Prunes immediately come
to mind.
Jewish housewives for years
have used Sunsweet Prunes for
their holiday Hamantaschen. They
know Sunsweet prunes add partic-
ular flavor to Hamantaschen and
the whole family loves them best
made with Sunsweet. It's the eas-
iest way to make Hamantaschen.
Sunsweet cooks the tender prunes
for you. packs them in glass, ready-
to use.
Mothers and grandmothers make
Hamantaschen with special pleas-
ure for still another reasonwith
Sunsweet Prunes on hand, the fill-
ing almost prepares itself. The
prunes are ready to use, cooked to
plump tenderness right in the jar.
Making Hamantaschen with Sun-
sweet Prunes has become tradi-
tional with Jewish families. Try
the following recipe for your tasty
Purim Sunsweet Prunes Haman-
taschen. The whole family, espe-
cially your children, will love
them.
Sunsweet Prone Hamantaschen
COOKIE DOUGH
% cup sugar
2 cups flour
IM teaspoons baking powder
V* teaspoon salt
! \ cup pareve margarine
1 egg, beaten
2 tablespoons orange juice
Sift sugar, flour, baking powder
and salt into mixing bowl. Work in
margarine with fingertips (or use
a pastry blender or two knives).
Combine egg and orange juice, stir
in to make a firm dough. Chill
well before rolling out. Roll dough
in a lightly floured board, inch
thick. Cut out 3-inch rounds. Put a
teaspoon of Sunsweet Prune Fill-
ing (below) in the center of each
round. Bring edges together to
form a triangle, pinching them to
seal. Leave a small opening in the
center or at each corner. Bake on
greased baking sheet in a hot oven
(400 degrees) about 12 minutes,
until golden brown. Makes 2 dozen.
PILLING
1 jar (15 oz.) Sunsweet Cooked
Prunes, drained
to cup honey
2 tablespoons lemon juice
Grated rind of 1 lemon
Vi cup ground almonds
this Purim and use them through
out the year for delicious family
treats.
FLEISCHMANN'S
MARGARINE
When cooking for Purim, what
i better way is there to gain the \
\ admiration of your family than by
treating them to a special dairy
dish; and when selecting the in-
gredients for this dish. Jewish
housewives look to Fleischmann's
Margarine to assure that favorite
recipe treats are extra good.
Fleischmann's brings out the fla-
vor of any dairy meal. Delicately-
delicious Fleischmann's Marga-
rine delivers country fresh golden
goodness to your table. It's the
margarine that comes from sun-
ripened corn fields and is made
Lorn 100 percent pure corn oil.
The versatility of Fleischmann's
Marsarine makes it adaptable to
any dairy eating occasion, and re-
member it's certified Kosher Be
sure to buy Fleischmann's Mar-
garine and use it for your favorite
dairy recipes.
PLANTERS
PEANUT OIL
One product you can reach for
with confidence is Planters Pea
I nut Oil. and with Purim at hand
I smart Jewish housewives will be
i reaching for it again and again.
Housewives reach for Planters
! Peanut Oil when they are making
salads because Planters is light
and tasty, and it mixes well with
all other ingredients. Guod cooks
reach for Planters when baking,
whether they have a new cookie
recipe or Mom's favorite old recipe
for homemade bread, and natural
ly smart gals reach for Planters
Peanut Oil lor all their trying
annual poetry competition.
The deadline for entries in the
competition is midnight, Monday,
March 11.
The poems must be original, on
anv subject, in any style or form
with a maximum of 20 lines. They
must be typewritten with the
name, address and classification
at the bottom of the page, and only
one entry is permitted from each
contestant.
There will be five categories for
the awards: grade school children.
junior high school students, senior
1 high school students, college and
from her new
book. -Ode to Life."
The Poetry Festival was created
and originated by Jordan David-
son retired realtor whose hobby is
poetrv. Mrs. Rader has been i lor-
ida's Poet Laureate since 1931 and
Mr. Davidson is president of the
Poetrv Society of Florida and is
chairman of the Greater Miami
Poetry Festival.
Last year. Patricia (Trish) Marks.
16 of North Miami High School,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul H
Marks of Miami Shores, not only
won the outstanding poem award
of the 23 Senior High Schools, but
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her poem was the only
' received "A-plus" from
judges.
Poems should be sent to: Mr
Jordan Davidson, chairman. 9200
West Bav Harbor Dr.. Bay Harbor
Islands. Florida 33154.
To make Sunsweet Prune Fill-
ing: Pit prunes, chop, and put into
small saucepan with honey and
lemon juice. (The prune syrup is
a delicious addition to an apple
juice drink.) Bring to a boil and
simmer, stirring often, until mix-
ture is thick. Remove from",J*at.
Stir in U?mn rind and nut*. Cool
Frying with Planters Oil gives you
the crispiest fried foods you ever
tasted.
Planters Oil is the premium
quality polyiinsa'uratc. and lab-
oratory tests have shown Planters
is so light that it floats on other
oils.
Look for Planters, the 100 per-
I cent vegetable oil. in the new
handy-grip bottle. Planters Oil is
1 certified Kosher and Parve for all
I your cooking needs.
PHILADELPHIA
CREAM CHEESE
The name of Kraft stands for !
good foods and good food ideas I
I and one product that has no
i trouble living up to this premise is J
! Philadelphia Brand Cream Cheese.
This taste treat is delicious on its
own and also lends itself to a va-
. riety of serving ideas.
This Purim, make the whole day
a festive one by catering to the
holiday appetites of your family.
What better way to start the holi-
day than with a hearty combina
tion like cream cheese and lox on
a fresh bagel.
For lunch TeT the kids and Dad
make their own favorite sand
guests an extra measure of pleas-
ure by serving them Yuban Cof-
fee, tlie premium coffee of General
Foods.
As you might expect. Yuban
1 costs a little more than regular
coffee but the difference in taste
is more than worth the difference
in cost. The taste tells you that
here is a coffee made from the
pick of the coffee beans, aged care-
fully, deep roasted, and blended
artfully to give you a flavor that
can't be matched.
Your company will ask you for
i second and third cups when you
serve Yuban colfee. so be sure to
make enough for all those colfee
; lovers in the crowd.
Yuban is available in regular
and instant. Try both and you'll
quickly realize that you can't make
or serve a better cup of coffee.
Holiday time or any time.
TETLEY TEA
Year after year. Tetley Tea has
! been the traditional favorite in
.lomes. Those who regularly enjoy
i the full, wonderful "tiny tea leaf
flavor" of Tetley are never sur-
prised to find that it heads the
list among families everywhere.
I hose who have yet to savor the
special goodness of Tetley Tea.
I have a fine treat in store lor them.
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JMitzvah
Arthur Weiss
Robert Wolf
JUf Pe-rlmon
With Purim soon upon us and
all the entertaining that you will
be doing, why not add Tetley Tea
j to your shopping list? Then you'll
be sure that you are serving your
friends and family the best.
Tetley is available in tea bags
or in the new instant tea. The in-
stant tea makes delicious hot tea.
and also makes great iced tea.
instantly, with tap water. Tea bag
or instant, served in a cup or a
glass, you'll never find a more en-
joyable tea than Tetley.
WHITE HORSE SCOTCH
GOOD GUYS GLASSES
Jay Pearlman
Saturday morning, March 2. in
the main sanctuary of Temple Ner
Tan-id. Jay Steven, son of Mr and
Mrs. Samuel B. Pearlman of 1260
Daytonia Rd.. will observe his Bar
Mitzvah.
Jay is a student at Nautilus
Junior High and Ner Tarn id Re-
ligious School. He plays clarinet
and drums.
Winner of the presidential award
for outstanding scholarship, the
American Legion award for out-
standing scholarship and athletics,
he received a trophy for the nio-t
valuable player of 1967 N.S. Opti-
mist Little League, and is a mem-
ber ot the "Elements," musical
group.
A Kiddush will follow the serv-
ice, and a reception and dinner
tendered in Jay's honor will be
{held at the l)eau\ ille Hotel Sun-
day evening.
John Mallah
Saturday morning. March 2. John
David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Mallah, 1972 SW 82nd Ct.. will be-
come Bar Mitzvah at Temple Or
Olom.
services and a reception at hom-
Saturday evening in honor ot th-
celebrant.
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Robert Wolf
Robert Michael, son of Mr an"
Mrs Leonard Wolf. 5630 Granada
Blvd.. will 'become Bar Mitzvah
Saturday, March 2, at Beth Dav:
Congregation.
A seventh grade student
Ponce de Leon Junior High, whei
he is in the school band. Rober
plays piano and drums.
A reception in his honor will b
held at the Four Ambassador
Among guests at the celebratioi
will be his grandmother. Mrs Mi
dred Wolf, of Long Island. NY
.
Mark Finktlstein
Mark Steven, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Daniel Finkeistcin, 444 M
101st St. Miami Shores, will be
come Bar Mitzvah on Saturda>
March 2, at Temple Beth, Tov
Mark is an eighth grade studeii
. at Miami Shores Junior High.
Dr. and Mrs, Finkelstvin uii
host the Kiddush following the
services in honor of their son-
Bar Mitzvah. .
I
before unfl to fill Hamantaseben. j with, starting with Philadelphia
Cream Cheese of course. It's great
You can use the Sunsweet Prune
Filling to make Hamantaschen
with other kinds of doughrtoo
Your favorite pie crust makes fine
Hamantaschen; so does sweet
yeast dough. And if you're really
in a hurry, fill the pockets ff% the
with jelly of olives or tomato
slices or any: one of a dozen ways.
For dinner Mother can use cream
; cheese i* \ Variety/af canapes or
for a spepial occasion, such as
Purim, she" can make a rich,
creamy cqetiae cake. For these and
vi -,.o I 'ner recipe? look on the back of
Hamantaschen with a whole prune, i ^ PhiUjdeH,hia Cream Cheese
In more and more Jewish homes
today when friends arrive for a
dinner or party, you'll usually hear
one of the guests say "Oh.
you've got a set of the Good Guys
Glasses too." Yes, the word is out.
The White Horse Good Guys Glass-
es are really catching on all over
town. So is the Scotch and for
good reasons. It's the perfect
Scotch that has a taste you just
can't argue about: either you like
it or you absolutely bless the day
I you first tasted it. And of course it
i tastes best in Good Guys Glasses.
Handsomely adorned with the
White Horse symbol, these glasses
provide the right mood to toast a he D plaza g
warm, congenial get-together with .
friends. Why not order a set and
treat your guests the White Horse
way?
John is a seventh grade honor
student at West Miami Junior
High. A former Khoury League
state champion baseball player, he
is a former all-star baseball player
and winner of two trophies for
baseball.
Among guests will be John's pa-
ternal grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
Isidore Petz, and maternal grand-
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Edmond H.
Klein.
Mr and Mrs. Mallah will host
| the Oneg Shabbat following the
t Friday night services as well as
the Kiddush following Saturday
| mowing's ceremony. A reception-
luncheon honoring the celebrant
Will be held Saturday afternoon at
pitted and stuffed with a walnut
half, for a change.
Remember, Sunsweet Prunes
are packed by Duffy Mott, the
iame people who bring you Mott's
Apple Sauce and Apple Juice,
products that have been traditional
in Jewish homes for years. Try
all of the fine Duffy Mott products
package. Naturally, you should
look on tny'rrOnt of the package
first and make sure you see the
red circle. That tells you it's from
Kraft.
YUBAN
A PREMIUM COFFEE
Purim is a merry holiday and a
good time to offer your family and
To get a set of six Good Guy
Glasses, send a $5.00 check or
money order to: White Horse,
Dept. 7C, Box 16F, Mt. Vernon,
N.Y. 10559.
Show the symbol, and treat your
guests to the best tasting Scotch
around. You'll taste why The
Good Guys are always on the
White Horse.
*
William Goldberg
.\ViUjam, son of Mr. and Mrs.
David Goldberg, will observe his
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Zion Sat-
urday morning, March 2.
-A seventh grade honor student
at Glades Junior High, William has
attended Temple Zion Religious
School for the past four years.
Mr. and Mrs. Goldberg will host
the luncheon-Kiddush following the
Irving Renxer
Irving, son of Cantor and Mr
Jacob J. Renzer. 1079 NE 1651
Tor.. North Miami Beach, will ol
serve his Bar Torah Congregation March 2 a i
8:30 a.m.
The celebramY-ttho attends '"
Hebrew Academy, v. as elect-
president of his class He whs al*j
awarded a trophy by the Miam
Beach Elks for tlia.;'American-'
Essay Contest rW will COtMh'
services and read the weekly I
portion.
Cantor ancF^Mrs. Reir/.r M
| sponsor the Ooeg Shabbat.
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Arthur VNiss
Arthur David,, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Alex Weiss, win become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday, March 2.
Temple Emanu-El.
Artnur attends the seventh grad*
at Nautilus Junior High, plays ba><
in the orchestra and baritone II
the band.
The celebrant will be honored at
a luncheon in his home following
the service.
Mrs. Augusta Gottlieb and Mr|
Esther Weiss, Arthur's grandmotft
ers, will attend the evenL
.


Friday. March 1, 1968
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Share the joy of PASSOVER .
with those you love in Israel. through

Dear Friend of CARE
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fJewisJh ncrk/ian
Friday. March 1. 1968
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Memorial Service
For Rabbi Silver
A memorial "service for Rabbi
Eliezer^ftver of Cincinnati, who
died recently at the age of 87. was
held at the Jacob C. Cohen Com-
munity Synagogue with rabbis of
various congregations and Jewish
leaders taking part.
The services were conducted by
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern and Cantor
Meyer Engel.
The participating rabbis who
eulogized Rabbi Silver included:
Rabbi Mordechai Shulman. dean
of Slobodka Yeshiva in Israel:
Rabbi Elieser Levine. Agudath Is-
rael. Detroit. Mich.: Rabbi Mena-
chim B. Sachs, Chicago. III.: Rabbi
Abraham Weinschneider; Rabbi
Shimon Vinograd, Rabbi Noach
Chodosh, New York: Rabbi Alex-
ander S. Gross and Rabbi Beryl
Wei ii.
Other rabbis attending included
Rabbi M. Kohler. Rabbi J. Sperka.
Rabbi S. Kupinetz. Rabbi A. Zu-
kenick. Rabbi S. Groner. Rabbi A.
Simon and Rabbi A. Schulman.
representing the Mesivta of Mi-
ami: Rabbi A. Grossberg. Rabbi R.
Slein. Rabbi 1.. Cyviack. Rabbi P.
Briskinan. Rabbi A. J. Safra and
Chaplain A. Levazar.
KRAVIT
Krnnk H 77. n retired Insurance ex-
. on\ n( '.::':: "Urns Ave, died
V h IS He had lived hi pe ".r the
pasl "> years anil was known for
hln philnntnmpli a' s. >|al u-ork
,., ally He was a f mber of the
Stulional Membership Advisor) Board
I R'iihI R'rltn, Miami Beach: memb-
er of Ihe Jewish War Veteran* surf-
- rli I ....Ik. : a director of the IRnO
Mi n's fiuii an.I ..f Hi.- Oliver House
Social Club. II. belonged to Temple
Knmnu-El and the Covenant 'lui>
..I" Chicago.
A veteran of World War I. he was
decorated by the King of Italy fur
heroism during the Messina earth-
quake of 1914. He is survived by
iiis wife Ruth: two sons, Jack and
Hlrsh, i...th of Milwaukee; a daught-
er, Mrs Joyce Wolf ..f M R : two
Klgtera, Mrs Mae Karper of Chicago
and Mrs Helen Oooddman of Kansas
City, aini 11 grandchildren.
Services were held K.I. IA Hi River-
side Normandy Isle Chapel.
ARGINTAR
v. 7t, of L'lli North Plngler Dr.,
West Palm Reach, .li.-.l Peb. 28, al
si Mary's Hospital where he had
hi. n .. path nl for the pas' two
weeks He as |iH"t president
and honorary life president ..f Tem-
ple Israel, West Palm Reach: n
member of Ihe Paim Reach Jury
Commission until last year and n
member of the Salval on Armv Ad-
visory Roard of West Palm Reach
Survivors Include liis wife, Virginia:
daughters, Mrs Richard Krause;
son, Elliott; 3 granddaughters, all !
West Pnlm Reai I.. sisters, Mrs
Reva Sllverman, Ki Lauderdnle,
Mild Mrs. Pauline Blsensteln. I>s
Angeles: and n brother, Oscar of
Miami Service* scheduled for Thur-
sday al T. mple Israel. \\ esl Palm
Rea ii
KESSLER
Dr Franklin, '".7. ..f Peeksklll. NY..
li.-.l there P. b. 12. A physician for
l" years, Dr. Keaeler hail speclaJiiad
in psychiatry. He had served as
secretary of Ihe medh-al board of
the Peekaklll Hosnlta] and as presi-
dent ..f the City Roard >.f Bducatlon
until he entered military service as
a captain In th. Medical Porua. A
past |.r. sident of the First Hebrew
<"..ilKr.-Balii.il. he was a trust.-.- ..f
the Field Library, supervising psy-
chiatrist at VrsstfleM State Partn,
Redford, and a member of the local,
county, state and national medical
societies. He was a Dlulomal "f the
American Board f Neurology and
Psychiatry Surviving an- his wife
Charlotte; f"ur brothers, Kenneth
..f Miami. Si.l. Kmanual and Jules;
a son, Dr, William Keasler of Weston,
Conn.; daughters, Mrs. David Dinn-
er, Mrs Martin COhn anil Mrs
Ronald Weiss; two sisters. Miss
Esther Keaeler and Miss Oladys
Kessli r: an-1 eight grandchildren
Serviced were held In Peeksklll on
Peb. 14.
Services For
Mrs. Rosenberg
Mrs. Murray D. (Ruth) Rosen-
berg, counseling psychologist for
the Jewish Vocational Service, died
Sunday, Feb. 25.
Mrs. Rosenberg had been the
senior staff member of the JVS
and had been a member of the
agency when it was part of the
It-wish Family and Children's
Service. She received her bache-
lor's degree from Hunter College
and her master's from Columbia
University. She came to Miami
from New York City 15 years ago.
A widely known and highly re-
spected member of the profes- i
sional field of psychology. Mrs. ]
Rosenberg was a member of the
Florida and American Psycholog-
ical Associations, the American
Personnel and Guidance Associa-
tion, and a professional member
ol the National Vocational Guid-
ance Association. She held mem-
ber-hip in Division 17. the Coun-
seling Psychological Division of
the American Psychological Assn.
[n recent years Mrs. Rosenberg
was responsible for the educa-
tional vocational guidance and
counseling department of the Jew-
ish Vocational Service. In addition,
she had been a consultant for the
Social Security Administration lor
the pasf six years.
Survivors include her husband.
Murray 1).: two sons. Howard and
Richard and one sister. Mrs Sylvia
Rosenberg, all of Miami.
Services were held at Gordon
Funeral home, with interment in
the Star of David Memorial Park.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICt
llnv-
Said
First
the 1st
XK 123rd St. Riverside chapel
SCHNEIDER, Many. '.'J. of *O0 King*
Point Dr. Riverside Chapel
SOKOLOFF Max, 78, Ml San T.nid-
er Ave Riverside Chapel.
SOLMON, Han.1.1. i".4. of 550 NK !74lh
St. Riverside Chapel
STROMBERG. Charles, 7::. of H""
West Ave, Riverside Chattel
OSTRINSKY, Mrs Velta. TT.. of '"M
i'..llins A\.-. Riverside Chapel
SCHNITZLER. Julius. 4. ..r :ti" Col-
lins Ave. Riverside Chapel
SILVERMAN, Mis Bessie, m>. of 16901
\K nth Ave. Riverside Chanel.
Interment Mt. Nel.o
STEWART. .Tohtl I... Ts. of '.s SK 2nd
si. Riverside ChapaL
SUYDAM. Mrs. Harriet, s::. .,i Miami
Riverside Chapel.
FRYKMAN. Conrad, 79. of 1384 San
Itemo Neyman Chapel
COHEN. Itynian. 72, of 8850 SW :.:!r.l
Ave Gordon Chapel
FRYEL. John M 7'.. ol 22 SK 7th
s* Newman Chapel
GRAIS. Mrs Rose, 8, of IJ" Mh St
New man I 'hap. I
GREENBLUM, Max. 63 :-" -
St Newman Chapel
KWORT. Sam 77 of '.14 E.-uhd Ave
Rlnsberg Chapel.
LAXER. Mr Mary Jane B3, '' -'-"
SW !lsl Ter Rlvi rside Chapel In-
terment Ml N.'l....
PERLMAN. .1.....ph, 67. "I 1298 SF.
Iv'n.l Si Riverside Chanel
RIEGER. Dnniel, 74. of 769 Cnrlyle
Vve Riverside Chapel.
SMOLIN. Mrs Vila R "" ""' ::"";
ii dian Creek Dr. Riverside Chain I
STEIR. Mrs. Augusts M 86, 1626
Hie Mil Ave. Riverside Chapel
TASMA. \|ose, '. of 74'. Meridian
Ave Riverside Chapel.
BANNER. .1:.....I.. BO, ..f 301 Oeeau Dr.
Riverside Chapel.
Cohen. Abraham, 84, of ::--"i <'..ihns
Ave. Rlnsbenr Chanel.
DONNER. Philip. >. Of 13!.......an
In- Riverside Chapel
FEIDON, Jacob, 73. of ISOO Pennsyl-
vania Ave Blaaberg Chapel.
FIRESTONE. 11. 'an. 6*. of 101* Euclid
Ave tlnrdnn chapel.
GOLDSTEIN. Abe Max. 71. of 833
nth si. Newman Chapel
KOSLOW. BVld, sfi. of 1717 i'..llins
Ave. Riverside Chapel.
ROSENHAUS. Mrs Sarah of IT N.
Hibiscus Mr. Riverside Chapel In-
terment Ml. N.-ls.
BRETBFELDER. Karl II. 76, of 1598
NE ITSrd St. Riverside Chapel
COHENV Harry. B9, of 51st) Collins
Ave Blvfrslde Chapel
GERSTEN-. Mr- Sarah. MJ, "f 1144
Collins Avr. Rlasberg Chapel,
GOLDBERG. Mrs Jennie u. 7" "i
349 W >'< h Si Rlasberg Chapel
GREENFIELD. Mrs Diana, i.a. of MO
West A"v*. Rlasberg Chapel Inter-
nn "t Ml. Nsbo.
KRAUSS. Murray. 74. of IS..... Hay Rd.
Rlasberg < "Impel.
LEVINE. Barney. 73. ..f 31* .....an
Mr Riverside Chapel
LOTKA. Mr- Sarah. 76. of 17*1 '""I
Una avi Gordon ChapeL Interment
Mi Keho
PLATT. Mrs- Ida, 76, Of \W SV. 180th
St. Riverside Chapel
SCHAUNBERG. Robert Pradertek, lfi.
of B470 SW .'.-ml St. Riverside Chapel
sidelman. Samuel, 83. "f I8M West
Ave Riverside Chapel
BENJAMIN. Bamuel, 65, of 1777 Col-
lins Ave. Newman Chapst,
farber. Isidore. 7". of tM Meridian
Aye Riverside Chapel.
GOLDSPIEL, l>.uls. :,l .of 1411 SW
14th Ter. Riverside Chapel-
IMERSHEIN. Moe. XS. of 1M0 Hay-
shore Mr. Newman i'Impel.
LOCHNER. F.dsar M 63, of tttO NR
105th St Riverside Chapel.
rs Mary, 83, of 0
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 78148-B
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RR: Batate ..f
JACK ROTH.
Deceased
To All Creililors ami All Persons
Having claims or Demands
Against Saiil Ksiaii
v..u an- hereby not'fled and required
ii. nresenl any i-lalms and demnnds
wl.ii h vim may have against the es-
tate of JACK ROTH, deceased late of
Dade County. Florida, to Ihe Counts
Judges of Dade County, and file the
same in duplicate mid an provided In
Section 733.10, Florida Statutes, In
il i offices in the Count> Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within si*
calendar m..inh- from Ihe llmi ..f Ihe
first publication hereof, or the same
will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, ll
day of March A i> I9B
l.AWKl'.NCi: C PORTER
v- Administrator
First pablleatlnn ..f this notice on
the i day of March, 1968
MYERS, KAIM.AN g, PORTER
Attorney fur A.lni'iiisirat.'r
iISO s w 1st Street
Miami. Florida J71130
3 1 --!-.--_
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 47019-C
In I'F,: Ks'tate of
JOSE GONZALEZ
Mil easy.!.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
big claims i.r Demands Against
Estate: ^~" '
\'ou are hereby notified and renolr-
.d to present any claims and demands
which yon may have aKninst the
estate of JOSE OONZAIdSZ deceased
late of Dade County. Florida to the
County Judges of Made County, and
fib- the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
..r the same will be barred.
Mated at Miami. Florida, this *
day of February. AD. 1968
A. JAY CRISTOl.
,\s Administrator
liuhlicatlon of this noli......i
.lay of March. lai'.S.
\ I \ V CRISTOL
Attorney for Administrator
:-l \ I-: First Av.nue.
Miami. Florida
:i 1-8-15-3!
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-3041
K m:i:.\ w i 'ps.
Plaintiff,
MICHAEL DENNIS Wiml'S
11. fcndaiit
Tl I SI' MICHAEL M W i >DS
i:.\ iTToRKht
M I: i ii. 1st CM TN66P i Al"
Pi I Hiss. T.xas
You. MICHAEL DENNIS WOODS,
ai. hereby notified that a Hill ol Com-
lainl for DR...... has bei n Hied .
you. ami ><>u are required t" serve >
copy of your Answer or Pleading lo
the I'.ili oi i'..nn.laint on thi Plaintiff's
Htlomey, KENNETH V. HEVAN,
265" Rlscayne Roulevard, Miami. Flo-
rida 33137 and file thi ..Menial Answer
or Pleading in the offi<.....f the Clerk
ol the Circuit Court on or before Ihe
1st daj "'' April, 1968 If you fail to
.I., s,,. Judgment b> ill ftiull will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded ... the Hill of Complaint
This notice shall be published once
each weed for four consecutive weeks
in THF< JEWISH Fl ORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami,
Florida, this 86th day of February
A M 1968.
i; ll I.BATHERMAN, Clerk
circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
It) V P 11 PBLAND
Deputy Clerk
ii 'Ireuil "ourl Si al)
KENNETH V REVAN
8650 Rlscni in- Boulevard
Miami, l'loi Ida
;: 1-8-15-82
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-3045
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
\ i \ \ W II.i.1AM LAC,
Plaintiff,
JEANNE ELIZABETH LAP.
Defendant
in MRS JEANNE ELIZABETH LAI"
1422 i.1 Strei t. \ W
W.isllilielon. D.C
Y n JEANNE ELIZABETH LAI*.
are h.iel.\ notified thai a Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce I a- hi n filed
I > mi, and > ou an.....ulrcd ti
...\. :i .-..|.> .f your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
Flaiiitiff's attorney, KENNETH V.
HEVAN, 2650 Rlscayne Boulevnra,
Miami. Florida 33137 an.I file the
original Answer or Pleading 111 the
office of Ihe clerk of ih. Circuit
Court on or before the 1st iiay of
April, lai'.v If y..u fail t" do so,
judgment by .l.-fault will Ihp taken
against you for Ihe relief demanded
in the Hill ..f Complaint.
This notice shall I" published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
m TIIF JEWISH Fl."HI I'IAN.
MOM-: AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this :'.;th day of February
A D. 1968
i: H IJ3ATHBRMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: C P *'< '1'F.l AND
I iaputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal!
KENNETH V BEVAN
2650 ltis.ayiic Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33137
Attorney for Plaintiff
:i 1-8-15-22
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File NO. 67A669
NOTICE IS HERERY tilVEN thai
HEN' ROSK1N holder of County Tax
Sale Certificate No. 8930 Issued the
1st day of June. AM 1965, has rHed
same In mv office, and has made
application li.r a tax deed to he issued
thereon. Said Certificate embraces the
following described property in the
fount) of Maile. Stale of Fluriila. to
lx>t 1 Block 2. Sunny Slope Park,
Plat nook IB Page n In the County
of Ma.le, Stale of Florida.
The assessment of saiil pro|.elt\
under the said certificate was in the
name Of: SARAH A BRADUBY
I'nleaa said certificate shall be r--
.1, i-m.d a......rdinE to law. the pro-
perty described herein will be sold
to the highest bidder at the Court-
house door on the first Monday in the
month of April. 1961, which is the
1st day of April, 19431
Mated this :7th day of February.
1968
I-: It LEATUERMAN.
Clerk ..f Circuit Court,
Made County, Florida
By' IV F lil'l DSTRAND
i iaputy Clerk
ii 'in-uit Court Seali
, a l-B-15-38
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 7800*. B
In BE: Estate of
FRANK Hl'NNlNtillAKB
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All realtors-an ing Clull or Demands AflMlusI Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands w-hlch you may have against
be .stale of FRANK HCNNINOHAKH
.1. .eased late of Made County. Flo-
rida, 10 the County Judges ..1 Made
County, anil file the same in duntuato
and a.s provided iu Section 7:::l.lt>,
Florida Siaiutej;. in their offices in
the County Courthouse in Dade
County. Florida, within six calendar
ni>nulls from the time of tlo- first
pul.lication hereof, op the same w ill i.ti
barred.
Mai.-.l at Miami. Florida, this 'Otri
day of February. AD. l!n>>v
ANN M. HL'NNINUHAKE, k.a
ANNA MARY lU'N'NlNGHAKF.
As I''.xei-Utrlx
First publication of this notice on
the iSrd day of February. I***
MYERS, KAl'I.AN *: PORTER
Attorney foe Ex.. utrlx ,
1156 B.W 1st Street
Miami. Plot Ida
: :j ; i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEX thai
the undersigned, desiring to engugi
in business under the fictitious name
of MR .III.ES OF MIAMI at 1244
N K 2nd Av.nue. Miami Intel
register said name with the Clerk ol
the Circuit Courl of Dade County.
Florida ,. ,
\Al.l.AMARKS FASHIONS, IM
:: 1-8-15-82
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBREin illVEX that
the undersigned, desiring to engai
In business under the flctttioui me
.a DADE PLASTERINti '"' it 1185
S W IHtlt Street intend t.
said name w ith the Cleri
i 'ir.uit Court of I i.i.I. i 'ouutj
DAVID MEI.TZER
SAM I I.I MAI'l.nl'l-'
SAMI'BL At ;': INI 'W
Altorne) lot Applicants
HII5 His. ayne lluil.lini;

if
I'l.
the
Ida
lOlttl St River
IWilTtHiK, *4
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersiKned. desiring lo engage
in business under the fictitious name
of INTERNATIONAL LAMPS at 3560
\ IV !-Sih Street. Miami intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida
RORERTO VAI.I.s. sole owner
1 I'8-15-82
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
viiticf is HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of ROYAL KMHASSY AI'TS. at 5750
Collins Avenue. Miami 11.-a. Ii. intend
in register -aid name with the clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Florida.
JOSEPH KRACAl'ER
Cl'.i iROE (I< 'l.l 'III IM
EMANl'EL 5DEL8TEIN
:i l-v-i-,--_
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY FLORIDA.
No. 68-3184
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
HEI EN R DARCEY
Plaintiff
FRANK H DARCEY, JR
I i. i.iidaiit
TO: FRANK H DARCEY, .11:
13113 Twlnbrook Parkway,
Apl 304
I'.., I,-ill... M.l 20851
Mir ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
.i r-omnlalnl for divorce has been filed
against you, and you : Rerve a copy of your answer or plead-
ings to tli,. Comnlslnt on Plaintiff's
attorney. JOSEPH 11 VOI'NO, '7'.
Hlltmnre Way. Coral Qables, Florida.
and fill- tlo- original answer or plead-
ing in the ..ffi.-e of tin- Clerk of the
above styled Court on or before T,
April lS;s. In default of Which Com-
plaint will be taken as i-oiifes-cd
against you.
MATEM this :8th dav of February.
I Ml
E IV LEATUERMAN
i "lerk of the Circuit <"nurt
Made i ounty, Florida .
By I. s D. I METRO
Deputy Clerk
.!. 1-8 -15-I8
a
1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No. 68-2532
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
RICHARD Allied FAi illA '
Plaintiff
.n .AN i: FACCHIANO
I >. I.ml.mt
l'i': .I' IAN E FACCHIANt'
..... Frankfort A* i nue
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Y< 'l arc hereb) notified that .. m-
plain for Divorce has he. ii filed against
you and you are required lo nerve a
cop) of your Answer or pleading on
Plaintiffs attorney, Joseph ll Young,
475 Riltmore Way, Coral Cables, Flo-
rida, and file the original Bliswel or
pleading In the office of the Clerk
..I tin nlwve styled Court on or be-
fore April I, 1968, In default ol which
I., 'omphtinl ill bi t ikeii as i
......I against you
DATED ilns da) of Februar)
E It I.EATHERM VN
i i.i k of the Cln tin i "tli'
I ..ol.- i 'ounl). Florlila
II) I. S Mel'll'.l'K"
3 1-8-15-88
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77339
In RE: Estate ..'
YF.SII.i: SI 'lt< 'I'll AK
11. eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons II.n
Ing claims or Demandi Against Said
Estate:
l"ou nre hereb) notified and re-
quired to present an) claims and di
man.Is which you may have against
j the .stat. of V'ESILIE SROT4AK
deceased late of Mad. County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Mad- County,
and file the same in duplicate atld as
provided In Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes .in th.n ..ffi.es in the County
Courthouse ill Ma.le Cunty. Florida.
Within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
..r the same will be barred,
Mated at Miami. Florida, this Snl
day of January, A M 1968
ANNA SO KOCH A K
As Administratrix
First publication >.f this nolle......
ihe 1st day of March, 1968
BERNARD I. JAFFB
Attorney for Estate of
YKSII.i: SOROCHAK
19 \Y. Plajrler street
.Miami. Florida
.. 1-8-13-22
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 67.14413
ci.AI'Vs MERLINO,
Plaintiff
Vs
FRANK s MERLINO,
Defendant
Tic FRANK S MERLINO
1110 Wolf Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
YOI*. FRANK s MERLINO, are
hereby notified that an Amended
Complain I for Divorce has been filed
agalnsl you. and you are required to
serve a i opy of your Answi r or Plead
iiik lo the Amended Complaint f..r
Dlvoroi on the Plaintiff s Altoi n< |.
BENJAMIN AtlRONOW
cayne Hulldlng, in w Flagler Street,
Miami. Florida 33131 Phone: 378-2851
and file the Original Answer .n Plead-
ing iii the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on .n before the 1st .lav
of April, ll.ljs If y,,u fall to do so,
ludgmi nt b) default win be taken
agalnsl you for the relief demanded
in the Amended Complaint for Divorce.
This Notice shall be published on, e
e.n h week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FMiRIDlAN
DONE AND ORDERED, at Miami.
Florida, this 26th day of Fehruury.
B H UCAXHBR1CAN,
Clerk. Circuit Court.
Made County, FlnCida
It): C P, COPBLAND
I). Mty Ci.rk
tcircuit Court .Scajj
:: l-t-15-22
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
No. 68-:'781
CIVIL ACTION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
SARA J< iFFRB a k h SARA
de U-V tLETTK,
Plainmi.
vs
i.i is de i... vai.i:ti i:.
11. len.lant
l'i i I.I IS de I.*-V AI.ETTi:
s Mori IU-..... I II
Ossining.N'ew 'im;,
YOU ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
that .. coiupliilnl tor divorre lias i
filed agalnsl you. and you are requ red
I,, serve a .- it> ol your Answer >>
the : 11.... -1 ii i on the plaintiff's ti
loin.;.. MRH'EL A Sl'AKEZ, li'O
i:,s. a) ne Tower Suit* 611, l"" 11
. a)ne Rivil Miami. Florida u
;i.....iglnal Answer in the offic,
the Clerk ihe Circuit Court oi
before Ihe 2" da) March. I'".-
you fall to do -... .. dofault wll
entered agalnsl you fot Ihi relict
in..inte'l in tin- complaint.
DATED at Miami. Florida ti
dit) of February. 1961
i: it LBATHERMAN
ci.rk. Circuit Courl
l lad.- County, Florid
It) K M I.VMAN
Deputy cieri;
,i 'ir. in! i "ourl Seal i
,\ll< IF El. A SI" A HE/.
Attot ne) for Plait lfi
i His. ayne Tow r Suite ..l:
Miami, Florida
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR D*|JE
COUNTY. IN CHANCEERY
No 68-2706
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
RAYM< >N IV 'MAN.
Plaintiff,
\ s
I'l: \ \ci:s la '.MAN.
I lefendant
ii MBS FRANCES ROMAN
.', i 'oale Al' iu.
Slalen Island. New York
You FRANCES BOWMAN
hi reli) notified thai a Hill o|
plain for Mixor.e has be
against you .and you at-.- required
-. : \. a cop) "f your Answer or l'l> n
Ing to the Hill of Complain! on ih<
Plaintiff's alloci. > I'l NN and li'HN
SON, 41 < Blwayni. Building 19 Wi
Flaglet Sin et, Miami, Plot I la
and file the original Answer or IV
ing in the office of the Clerk "'
. "It i uu i '.-in t on or befot e ti.,-
day ..( Mar. h. 1968 If you fall '
ludgment by default will be tak.
against you for th- relief demand, !
in the Rill ol Coinidaint
This notie, -hall be published
each w.....k for four consecutive w.. -
in TUB JEWISH FI/IRID1AN
DONE AND ORDERED at .Mian
Florida, this 80Ul day of Fehru.. '
AM l6.
K B DEATHERMAN, Clerk
t'ir*-uit Court. Made t'ounty, Flivi.l i
lTv: K M I.Y.M.V.N
Deput) Clerk
ii 'ir.-uil 'ourt S.-ali
MINN and JOHNSON
116 His. ayne Building
Miami. Fla "SIS"
\ttorn, vs for H.W MON ROM \s
S il r

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I
fill
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-2710
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Ti IR \ Si H.VIK.
Plnlntlff.
Vs
i.ARS Si H.VIK.
I lefendant
To. Ml: I.ARS SOI.\ IK
its Penu Avenue
Stal.-ii Island, N.-w- York
You. LARS SOLVIK. an
notified that a Rill of Complai
-1
s
of
Mi
*
, of
Kill
Divorce has barn filed against j
you arc required to serve a cot
>..ur Ausw.r or Pleading to thi
of Complaint on the Plalntlfl
toroey, minn and Johnson
Rlscayne liuihling. 19 West
Street, Miami. Florid.. 43J30 and III*
the original Answer or I'l' '
the office of Uic Clerk of ill- '' ;.
c..urt on or before ihe ^">
March. 1M8 If fOU fail to do
Judgment by default will '
against you for the relief aemu '
. in the Bill of Complaint
This notice shall be publish. e.-i.h week for four consecutive vn
in THE JEWISH Fl.ORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Mian*
Florida .this 20 day of February A f
E B LEATUERMAN. <'h;j"k
Circuit Court, Made County. I
By; K l LYMAN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Ooutl Seal)
MINN nd JOHNSON
- 41 V.: :n in- Hulldlng
. Miami, llii :i313/i
Attorneys for.TOR-\ SQLVHt ^
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idcy, March 1, 1968
+Je*isHFh>ridliic>r)
Page I5-B
LEGAL NOTICE
l|N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
1 ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNT*.
FLORIDA
No. 7-1t1U
KB? Adoption Petition of
JULIAN TAYUYK and
Ji >.SIE TAYU'lt. husband
and wife
NOTICE OF ADOPTION
PROCEEDINGS
II. >IIERT LK I'OJIPTK
.ml HHKNDA DAVIS
I.HCOMPTE
KSe Ni.nh 52nd Street
East Saint louts. Illinois
if ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED thai
L- above namwl Petitioner* JI'UAN
L| JOSIH TAYliOR. hnve filed a
|titmn in the above styled Court fur
adoption of the minor rhIUI namci)
lerein and you are required to
..u raufi' why the same should not
granted by servlns; a copy
your written defense. If
n\ upon OKORGK NIOKH.AH. Al-
ii, y for Petitioners. RI2 X \v. 12th
pnue, Miami, Florida, and l>y flllnir
original thrrrof with the Clerk
ft said Court, on or hrfarc the 2"th
-r Mar. h MM, otherwise a de-
J. .iII will be en'ered against you.
ITNESS mv hand arid seal of said
J' n- al Miami. Klorlda. this 14th day
. f. l.-uarv IPS"
I. R I i:\tiikkman Clerk.
If ri ui' Court. Onde County. Florida
By: P COPBLAND
r>eput> Clerk
Peal)
t/K-tl :: i -J
||N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
Case No. 63-2151
NOTICE OF SUIT
FOR DIVORCE
L\l;"I. DII.UNC.HAM.
I r intlff
va
Lm:y KEITH DILI.INCH am.
lant
GARY KEITH DILLINGHAM
713 State Line
Kansas City, Missouri .Mil
YOP, OAKY KEITH DII.I.IVUIIAM.
I. rebj ii 'I that a Conmlalnf
lr Dlvorei nun been filed against
su. and you an required to serve .i
|P) your \ war nr Pleading tn
i in;.I: Dlvr. on 111.
lait.iiff ittoroey. RONALD I..
VVIS, Km. 417 Bisoaine Butldtng-
W Flagler Street, Miami. Florida
|w- Ptw ne: ST9-2MI. and file th.-
rial At HWOr or Pleading in the
of the Clerk of the Circuit
burt on r before the lath day if
[a1-, h, 1968, If you fail to rlo s".
W-mctit hy default will ho taken
|ninat you for the relief demanded
the Complaint for Divorce.
rhiH notice shall he published onre
|i h week for four consecutive weeks
TMK .IKWISH FI/iRIDI.W
1MB AND ORDEHED, at Miami.
i!a. tlii-. (til day ..f February,
E II I.K'-HKIiMAN.
i 'I, r- nil '\,u->
Dadi Florida
By; c P COPBLAND
Deputy t 'lank
r nil 'ourt Beali
2'l-?;i 3 l-s
Ithe county judges COURT
Pin AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77876
ti: .' latent
It. II1'RWITZ,
..... d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
, Alt Creditor* and All Person*
rinn ftaiaaa or Demands Against
rX.it. .
hereby notified and re-
ed to present any claim* and de.
i which you nuiv have against
lest..!. ..f ANNIE HI'KIVITZ, de-
i '.,i. of Dade County. Florida,
he County Judges of Dade County.
Lflle-the siune in dupli'ate and a*;
ftde.l ,i, s.-. lion 733 I"-., Florida
mi-s. In their office* in the County i
|thoui*< In Dade Couatty. Florida,
|li six ale'tular months from the
of the first publication hereof,
* same will '' barred,
"d at Miami. Florida, thl* 1st .
[of February. A.D 1S.
KDWAKI) N. MOORE
Ah Exerutor
et publication of this notice on
[IS day f February, 19418.
TTERS. MOORE 4k
TANZO
trthur D Dc< kelman
ey for p.-titlnner
Ainsley Bid*;., Miami. Fla.
2/1C-23 S/l-8
NOTICE TINDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ITICE is HEREBY c.iven that
I uti.i. n Igm d, desiring to engage
Vrines* under the fictitious name i
I'm iarkino at 2?r. Veal Flakier ,
It int. nd to resdster said, name .
the Clerk of the Circuit Court
ad.- County. Florida
HE-V.TAMrN AOHONOW
MilJ5RED AOROVOW
2/lt-C3 3/!-*
-MyNU
BY HENRY LEONARD
$AM My
"With your 25 Honorary Chairmen, there's
no room c-i it for the nsw Temple President."
Cesr. 1968, Davcnu Predudion
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77458-A
In KB: v.- i;ii.- of
WII.I.IAM ARTIlfR TtlRUYVII.I.I'..
Doceaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn All Creditors and All Persona
Haviue Claims or Demands Ajfalnal
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the eatate of WII.I.IAM ARTIIfli
TITUYVII.IJ5. de.eased late of Dade
County. Florida, to the County Judges
of Dade County, and file the same in
dupliruti- and us provided in Section
733.16. Florida Statutes, in their of-
fi.ea in the County Courthouse in
Dade County, Florida, within six
.il.-ndar months from the time of
the first publication hereof, or the
same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida .this .11
day of January. A.D. 196X.
CAROLYN FRY I.OTT
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the 9 day of I'.hruarv, 1968,
DUNN and JOHNSON
Attorney* for Etatate
418 Blsrayne Building;, Miami
2/18-23 3 l-s
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN ATvO FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-2418
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JIMMY STKl'TO,
Plaintiff
JOYCE STEPTO,
Defendant
You. JOYCE STEPTO, are h. r. -
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Dlvon has been filed an ilnal you,
and you are required to serve copy
of your Answer or PleadlnK to the
PHI of Complaint on the I'laintiffs
attorney. BNQEL. AND I'< I.I_\<'K.
I7iin N VV, 7th Street. .Miami. Florida
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of th.
Circuit Court on or before the 26th day
of March, I!";* If you fail to do so
judum.-nt by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
ill the Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall he published oni
each weuk for four consecutive week*
i THE JEWISH PlomiilAN
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN I it
the undersigned, desiring to i
In business irndnr the fictitious name
of FMiRIDA YACHT BASIN at '".-.
N W :'4tli Avenue Miami. I
intend, to register said name with
he clerk '.f the Circuit Courl ol i... i
County, Florida
BAP-IE ENTERPRISES, INC
a Florida corporation
HY: Ellas A Stifle
Pn *idt nl
Sole Owner
MYERS K.M'i.AN A PORTER
Attorneys for
Safie Enterprise*, Inc.
1150 s W im Strt i
Miami, Florida
; '9-lt!-;:-. 3 1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77988
In RE: Estate of
PAY H KAI'KFMAN
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person*
Having Claims or Demands Againal
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any laims and demands
which you may have against the
a',- of PAY II KAt'PPMAN de-
i ased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judge* of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided In s. tlon 7:::' 16, Florida
Statutes, in their office* In the County
I Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within -;v calendar months from the
; time :" the first publication hereof,
or the same will !" bnrred.
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 20th
da) 01 '' -lar. A Ii 1868
JACOB fl KAPFFMAN
a- Executor
First publication of iiiis notice on
the 23 day of February, ll'fiS.
BARNBTT ROBINSON, JR.
I'n Concord Building
Attorney for Executor
Miami, Florida
_'... l-s-l".
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
vJewisHlcridliairi
solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
lHnl 373-4605
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
UO.NE AMi ORDERED at Miami.
Florida .this lath da. of February
A.D. 19K8.
i: B LEATHBRMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade C< ut t\ Fit rida
By C P COPBI-AND
Deputy Clerk
(C P U'l Court Si .i I
ENOEL AND |t>l.IJVCK
170(1 N W 7th Street
Miami, I'lorida
^'^1 3, l-S-IS
NOTICE UNDEH
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
th.- nuderslgned,, desiring to engage
.n businasB under the fictitious name
of IMPERIAL MEN'8 WEAR at 210
N F, ls-i Avenue Intends t) register
said n.ino' with the Clerk 01 th,- Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County. Florida,
JOSE SClII.ESINtlER.
Sole Owner
I 9-16-23 :l'l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEKEFIY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the .fictitious name
of MISS & MR. IATfN TELEVISION;
MI8B A MR. LATIN TV. at 290 S W.
Xth Street, Miami intends to register
aid name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
T.V. OlIIDE IN SPANISH
MAGAZINE, INC
L 9-16-28 .1/1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
OTItl! IS REREBY GIVEN that
the unders4imext. desirinej to enKaite
l mrsrrM-ss uid- the fictitious name
f '1HDVE GITTAR SHOP at 3418
Jn'lliKhway. C>>cnut drove Intends
Jri'riKter sanl name -u-ith the Clerk
{the Circuit Court of Dade County,
rida.
BOB A SUES CORP.
2/M-23 3/1-8
THE CIRCUIT COURT Of THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
rN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. CIVIL ACTION
No. 68-2038
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IY ANN VERNIE,
laintiff.
vs.
\*;k s v
tfendant
)II. FRANK B VERNIH -
UllUllou u*e COQUinsd to s^rv-e
Oy of your a ..-. i the Com-
t tor Divnr.->. ,,.. DAVID M GON-
BC, Atti..... p IM
I. 7th strt. M am Florida 13
file orlgii >. -v .-. tbi ofl "
he Clerk
before the m uctt,
r a Default will be entered I
net mu.
1TKD, this S'.h day of February. I
E, Lt LBA3 rEESMAM
Clerk, Clrouii
Dade i lour y Flor I k
By: V A HEWPrTT
Deuu'-v Clerk
. ... | -~i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the underslKneil. desiring to cnRaKe
i'n business unit.r the fictitious name
of C.CY CASK EH RAMIHaEK COM-
PANY at 2W45 S. Federal Highway,
Homestead. Klorlda. intends to reglat-
nr said name with the Clerk of the
Ciretitt Court of Dade County.
Florida.
CASKEY and EDWARDS COMPANY.
a Florida corporation,
sole owners
J DAVID MERMAN
Attorneys for Applicant
600 Lincoln R.>ad
Suite 21'.
Miami Beach. Florida 33119
2/9-16-81 :i'i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the under* gned, desiring to engage
hi business under the fictltlou* name
of MIAMI YACHT CENTER u
\ W :'lih Avenue. Miami. Florida in-
tends to register said name with th*
Clerk of the Circuit Court oi Dadi
County. Florida
SAFIE ENTERPRISES, INC
.. F Ida corporation,
BY Ella* V Safie
Pre* 'i' nl
S le ''" io r .
MYERS, KAIMAN & PORTI
Alien eys fi r
>..:. Enterprises, inc.
K ',.- iv, street
rids
I 9-16-!
CIRCUIT COURT. ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 68-2482
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
OS'f K FTNLAYSON,
Plaintiff.
vs.
DEI ORES FINLAYSON,
Defendant
Yoiv HBLORB8 FINLAYSON are
notified to serve a copy of your
answer to Divorce Complaint filed
apainst you on Plaintiffs attorney.
GEORGE NICHOI.AS. 613 N.W. 12th
Ave Miami. Fla., and file original
with Clerk of this Court on or he-
fore Mareh L'6, 1968, otherwise com-
plaint will lie eonfessed by you.
Da'ed February 15. 1988.
E. B I.EATHERMAN. Clerk
By: N A HBWETT
Deputy Clerk
2/23 3/1-8-1".
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of NOTTINGHILL SHIRTS. Ltd., at
3ITS S W. 25th Terrace, Miami intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Countv, Florida.
St'SAN A ROBERT RAI'CHMAN.
Owners
2/16-23 3/1-8
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No. 68-2737
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
CONRAD THOMAS GUMP,
Plaintiff,
vs
JERRY GUMP,
l lefendant
TO: JERRY ni'Jip
Route No. ti
Chilli, othe. Ohio
YOP, JERRY GUMP, are hereby
notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has been filed agalnsl you,
and you are required to serve a
1 of your Answer or Pleading to the
I Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney. ENOEL A: POLLACK,
N VS'. T:h sir. i t, Miami. Florida, ti I -
phi le 373-0801 and fib- the original
An tver or Pleading In the office of
Hi. ci.rk of ti..- Circuit Courl on ar
b< ire II 27 day ol March, 1968. If
j. a fail to do so, Jud i I hy default
will be taken agalnsl you for the re-
lief demanded In thi Bill of Com-
p
DONE AND ORDERED :it Miami,
Florida this 21 tlaj of February, 1968,
i: II LEATHER.M w. Clerk
i in uit i 'ourt. I lade <' n > Florida
By K M I.YMA.V
I put} Clerk
ENOEL AND l'i H.l.V-|<
Attnrne) for thi I".
1700 N \V. Ttli Sue. t
.Miami. Florida
2 ::: :: <--:
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77825-A
In UK Estate of
MIKE i ASSATLY
l ased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All lYedltor* and All Person*
Having Claim* or Demand* Against
Said Estate
You an hereby notified and required
to present any claim* and demands
which '.en may have Bgain*! the
nl M l K E CA8S ITLY deci
late Dade County, Florida, to the
I 'out I* I Of I lade .' lUIII '
file the i ame In duplli
\ |di I .-. ctIon 1.1 16 Pint In
Statutes in Ihelr offices in thi
Courthott tn Dade County, Florida,
montl ni the
tune tl flrsl pul lit atl. hen i f.
or th. Ram* x* :tl !;. bai rt
Dated ut Miami, Florida, thi* 15th
da) of 1 in ''.-
JOSEPH CASSATl.Y
A.s E\eeUtor
First nublli atton of this nol
the i rl v of February,
Attorney for Executor
LB< N \RD I KAI.IRH
1629 i Pont Bldi.- Miami, Fl
I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 7772g.A
In RE: Estate of
JACOB KACFMAN
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AJJ Creditors ... d All P -- '< -
ir.g Claim*, or 'Demands Aga i1^ Said
Estate:
You ar.- herebj notified ..nd -eouir-
't bo :......nt an> claims and de-
mandi srhlch you itia\ have against
th- estate ol JACOB KAl'FMAM d--
fiansntl late ol Dadi .'-: Florida,.
to th.- Count) Judg. f Dude I
i ,1 i" th. -ana- In dupllcii and as I
111
Statute ti..... 'fl the County
'
lar Monti .m the .
.- flrsl 'jl.;' .' Ion hereof.
or the I bs red
Dated I M imi, Florida -his 2 day
liruary, A D. l^>68.
>RIA MARTIN
As Executrix
'i -ti of tins notlcsj on
. las February, -
- -. HAYS d rmtlNDWERQ
a tton utrlx
> ey Bldg.. Miami
I I-16-I3 3 l
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION
No. 68-1764
SANDRA KERNENE
Plaintiff
DONAuTc. KERNENE.
Defendant
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: DONALD C KEKNENE
Residen.-e I'nkimwn
Vfif ARK HEREBY NOTIPTETJ
that an action for divorce ha.- b.....
filed against yog in th* above st) '.
court, and Lb .' >'"U are require,! to
serve a cop) y 'u: Answer cr I
ings if any, fo it. on the P'ainfiff's
atbomej PA1 KVvTTXEY, 680 Un-
it h, Florida tnd
ins Ith the Clerk of the
.lli. ... -j-: ,..-. ,.e before I -
r" ,j ,, -. i ^y.-ru. i w ..
i ah i nst
you for the
ComH
'
i
l:
Di
(Circuit Court s
PAUL KWITWI \
4:0 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
1 for Plalntff
1 1
IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77636-C
in RE: Estate of
HENRY ROSEN
Deceased
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE OF saIIi DE-
CEDENT.
You are berehy. notified lhat a
written Instrument purporting to be
the last will and testament id
decedent has been admitted
bate in said Court. You ..r. hereb)
commanded with.:, >.x calendar month"
from the date of the first publlcatioa
of this notice to appear in -aid Courl
and show .ause. If any you uai *hy
the action of said Court In sdnutting
said will to probate should nol land
unre yoked.
Kirst nul'tieation of this notice on
the 23rd day of February. I!>fi8.
GEORGE T. ci^VRK
County Ju.lir--
lt> MKI.BA C DICK
Clerk
IRVING CYPEN LAW OFFICES
Attorney
82f. Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach. Florida 3P.140
I 23 3,'1-8-ir,
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
Fi-ORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-2746
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
REMII.DA YARBER.
Plaintiff
LBROY 1 VRUER,
dan I
T LFRi IY V MtllKl:
Rt sldem e L'nknown
> 1 u. I,BRt iY 1 Al.l'.i'.i:. are hereby
lifted thai 1 I :iil 1 1 'omplahit for
1 1 /on h Is 1 11 fill tl igu n*l you.
and \"u .,: retiu r< tl set 11 a copy
of your I'h the
Lhi I'laintiffs
. IN STi IN I".. ESQ .
etiUf, Miami Flo-
rida and fill lh< tnswer or
Pleading 11 tin clerk
rculi 'oui' or lu-fi
27th da) of Mai 11 fail
;,. |o .. ludp menl will I
tuken again.' 1 you foi ih> r. Mi I c. -
numded In th. 1
Thia notice : ...I 1 pul II lied 1 1
. illSei'Uth '.'
111 THE JEW ISH I 1/iRIDIAN
* D >N E AND OBI lEREI' il Miam .
Florida, this day of i'. I ru iry,
A li I"'-
K li LEATHERMAN, I I
tit. mi 1 in 1. I tad I'oui I
H. 1 p 1 IPEL LND
1.. nut) Clerk
. 1: Court
2/23 3 1-8-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
i'n undersigned, desiring to engai
in business under the fictitious names
of MENTAL HEALTH IN8T1TCTI
PSYCHOI/lOICAL INI'"K.MATI' N
CENTER al N'.E 6th Street,
Miami ntend on gister said 1
with the Clerk of hi Circuit Court
of Dad.- !ounty, Fl'
' K >NAHD !' \ HER
SYVII- M.Mtol IT
VHTHl'R STILl.M.W
I i.j
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN ll
the undersigned, desiring t.> .
In business un.l.r the minion- ni
of ATMORH APARTMENTS at 7
Harding Avenue, Miami Reach Int.id
to register said name wKh tin 'ierk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
EL! RREHER 1 nd
T IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 77620-C
In RE: Estate of
CLARENCE I. BAHTHOIJ'T
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and AH Persons
ECavlnj Claims or Demut.ds Asa.
s.i.d Estate:
Vim are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
u'Hnh von mav have anaitist the
estate of CI.ARENCE L. BAKTHoI.DT
ksed late of Dade County, Plo-
ruiu. '." the County Jadgee of Dade
dsanty, at d file the same in duplicate
and a* provided In B01
Fl irldj, SI btutee n ihelr offli es In th-
Countj C urtnoose is Dade County,
..:... \ .-.,:. ,i.l..T montl -
me ot Ho- firs! publlcntli/ii
.. aie will be bai red
..1 Miami. Florida, this !l
. D I9H8
A Admlnlst rator
tameiito Annex
' this nntl.....11
... Fehruar). I9*s
PON v FRIEDM w
administrator
ding
IN THE COUNTY JUDGA'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 77409-B
III RE. Estate of
FREDERIC B, METZ
l>eceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claim- or Demands Against Said
Estate.
You are hereb) notified ind re
quired to present any claim* u i de-
mands which ^ou may have agalnsl
th.- sstate of FRJ DBR
deceased late of D lorida,
to th*- Count) .Tu'ls- 1 County,
and file the same m duplicate and aH
provldi in s-. tio I Florida
Stai utes, In then off 1 I lunty
within si! tha fr im tho
Courthousi In Dade
1 in-. .'' it h reofi
.. the same ... 1
I ..i', .!..:'. iridi, this 21sl
Fehruari
I .....
As Adm
\ e on
the
MORRIS '
11 tort
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