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The Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY end WE JEWISH WEEKLY
16 41 Number 10
Miami, Florida, Friday, March 8, 1968
Three Sections Price 20 c
W. Z. O. Unit Approves New 'Allyah' Group
JERUSALEM (JTA) The con-
Bltative assembly of the World
lionist Organization wound up
ere this week with a majority of
he delegates supporting the estab-
Ishment of a "Magshimim" move-
nent groups of Zionists who
ersonally pledge to settle in Is-
aol within a given period of time.
The question of aliyah (immi-
rationt, especially from Western
countries, dominated the confer-
ence called to prepare for the
World Zionist Congress here next
i June.
A clo-:e!y linked problem was the
absorption of new settlers. Here
too, a majority of the assembled
Zionist leaders from Israel and
abroad favored retention of that re-
sponsibility by the Jewish Agency.
A large minority, however, call-
ed for the establishment of a joint
Jewish Agency-Israel government
authority to take over the function.
Among the latter was Dr. Nahum
Goldmann. president of the World
Zionist Organization, who said he
favored bringing the government
into absorption matters.
The conference agreed that the
furthering of Zionist education
particularly in the diaspora, was
vital to aliyah and urged the Con-
gress to take into account the im-
portance of education among col-
lege age youth when discussing
organizational matters.
Aryeh L. Pincus, chairman of
he Jewish Agency, told the con-
ference that Zionists in each
country should immediately estab-
lish a "Magshimim" movement
and pledged that the Jewish Agen-
cy will render it the fullest support
whether or not the movement is
part of the World Zionist Organi-
zation.
Referring to critics of the Jewish
Agency within the government and
ir. sections of the Israeli press, Mr.
Continued on Page 15-A
[Black Nazis9
Condemned
For Racism
By Special Report
SI v YORK The American
13, Catholic Inter-
I Council and Protestant
. ol the City of New York
I this week in a statement
kndemning as "black Nazism" an
fticle published in the African-
merican Teachers Association
Forum" charging "anti-black
e'.-" and "black Anglo-Saxons"
|ith "educational perfidy."
The tri-faith statement described
Be article by John F. Hatchett, a
hrmer teacher in Harlem, as "a
aked appeal to racial and re-
|gious hatred."
In his article. Mr. Hatchett said
egro children were "education-
ly castrated" and /mentally poi-
led" by "Jews who dominate
and control the educational bu-
Jjjeaucracy of the New York public
^^hool system and their power-
larved imitators, the black Anglo-
axons."
Spokesmen for the three religious
roups voiced confidence that Mr.
tchett's views would be rejected
by the overwhelming majority of
ke black community of our city."
They also joined in a pledge
lhat this obscene article will not
verve us from the path we have
bosen in consonance with the
piritual imperatives of our relig-
^us heritage: the pursuit of full
)uality in a free society for all
iericans."
The statement was sharply criti-
II 6f the article's "violent tan-
nage and irrational tone, its wild
barges and perversions of fact.
DAYAN IN FRANCE
Tense Mideast
Clashes Mount
Vive President Hubert H. Humphrey qreets Genertl Itzhak
Rabin. Israel's nt;w Ambussauor, at the lnauoural Dinn3r
for Israel Bonds attended by more than 3,000 doloqat^s
from the United States and Canada. The delenates joined in
celebrating Israel's twentieth anniversary and launching
the 1968 camoaian for Israel Bonds with a record-breakinq
sale of S41.272,000.
$41 Million Raised
At Miami Conference
Ambassador Itzhak Rabin, Is-
rael's new envoy to the United
States, confirmed his country's
readiness to withdraw from the
present cease-fire lines, but said
that this could only come about
' on the basis of the recognition
of Israel and the establishment of
peace with us."
In his first major address since
he was named to the Washington
post, Ambassador Rabin told the
Inaugural Conference of the Israel
Bond Organization in Miami Beach
that "one thing is not negotiable
Jerusalem will not be divided
again."
Ambassador Rabin shared the
platlorni at the conference with
Vice President Hubert Humphrey,
who reaffirmed the United States
Middle East policy based on the
five principles enunciated by Pres-
ident Johnson last summer.
The Vice President warned that
"a stable peace cannot be built in
the Middle East simply by recre-
ating the situation thai existed be-
fore hostilities began on June S "
A record-breaking initial sale of
$41,272,000 in State of Israel Bonds
was announced at the Conference
by Samuel Rothberg, national
campaign chairman.
He pointed out that the figure
ol $41,272,000 represented a 37
percent increase over the inaugu-
ral Israel Bond sale of $30,150,000
at the same time last year. No
specific goal was adopted for this
year's campaign. However, the
conference voted to provide the
major Dart of Israel's Develoo-
Continued on Page 16-A
JORDANIAN COMMITTEE
JERUSALEM, IsraelRenewed
machine gun exchanges between
! i.i'ii and Jordanian troops across
the Jordan River were reported
this week as Defense Minister
Moshe Uayan was visiting Paris.
Mr. Dayan reportedly is seeking
to end the French arms embargo
against Israel, in light of the an-
nounced shipment by France of
hundreds of armored cars to both
Iraq and Saudi Arabia.
The former chief of staff of the
Israel Defense Forces also is at-
tempting to win release of some
50 French jet fighter planes or-
dered and paid tor by Israel 18
months ago, long before the out-
break of last summer's Six-Day
War.
In separate actions, the Defense
Ministry announced the capture
(hiring the past two weeks ot 56
additional Arab saboteurs, who
presumably infiltrated into Israeli
territory after announcement by
Jordan's King Hussein that he
would no longer condone such ag-
gression.
Foreign Minister Abba Eban in-
formed the Cabinet that twelve
African governments had publicly
dissociated themselves from a res-
olution attributed to them by the
Organization lor African Unity

CUSTOMS BARRIERS
TO BE REMOVED
JERUSALEM (JTA)The
Military Government has an-
nounced that customs bar-
rier- will soon be removed
between Israel and the West
li a n k. A spokesman said
there was no need to main-
tain the checkpoints because
goods imported to the West
Bank from Jordan are sub-
ject to normal Israeli cus-
toms charges at the Jordan
River crossings.
which demanded unconditional Is-
raeli withdrawal from occupied
Arab territories. Defense Minister
Moshe Dayan. addressing the same
cabinet session, reported on the
security situation, including an El
Fatah attack on a heavy machinery
depot near Jerusalem.
Mr. Eban said that the officially
published resolutions adopted by
the Organization for African Unity
which just ended a conference in
Addis Ababa. Ethiopia, contained
no reference to Israel or the Mid-
dle East.
Direct Negotiations Still
Is The Main Objective
JERUSALEM (JTA)An Israeli face-to-face talks
Foreign Ministry official stressed
this week that Israel would attend
peace meetings with the Arabs
only on assurances that accredited
Irab representatives would attend
Secret Arab Group Seeks Peace
rael'a President Zalman
Shazar has occeDted a Labor
Party offer that he run for a
[second term. The 78-vear-old
; President is exoected to be
ithe rn'v cfid'dat^ vhn t'le
'Knesset. Israel's Parliament.
holds elections on March 26.
TEL AVIV (JTAI West Bank
Arabs returning from business
trips to Jordan have reported the
existence of a clandestine move-
ment for peace with Israel among
Palestinian Arabs in the Hashe-
mite Kingdom.
A Nablus merchant claimed that
he attended a secret meeting with
42 Palestinian Arab leaders "some-
where in Amman."
The group calls itself the "peace
committee" and is urging Pales-
tinian Arabs in Jordan and other
Arab countries to pressure their
respective governments to make
peace with Israel.
The ultimate aim of this group,
according to the Nablus man. is to
establish a Palestinian state on the
West Bank, federated with Israel
Meanwhile, the "peace commit-
, tee" is urging the Jordanian gov-
ernment to take strong measures
against El Fatah terrorists operat-
' ing from Jordan territory, he said.
An Arab journalist who recently
returned to the West Bank from
Jordan said that according to ru-
mors in Amman, the Jordanian
government wants to call a special
convention of the Arab League at
which it would ask Iraq to with-
draw her troops that have been
camping in Jordan since last June.
The Amman government is re-
portedly under pressure to get rid
of the Iraqis who have been aiding
El Fatah terrorists but who proved
themselves useless during the
Jordanian-Israeli clash two weeks
ago.
Gideon Rafael, director-general
ul the Foreign Ministry, also told
newsmen that Israel had no inten-
tion of conducting negotiations
from "separate rooms or at sep-
arate tables. All that had to be
clarified has been clarified and the
time has come to sit down to prac-
tical negotiations."
The key words emerging from
the conversations were "Lau-
sanne" and "Rhodes."
Lausanne was the site of an
abortive UN.sponsored armistice
conference in 1949 where Israel
was confronted by a "committee"
representing all of the Arab states
which sat in a separate room and
refused to have any contact with
the Israelis.
After the collapse of that con-
ference, a series of meetings was
held later that year on the Island
Co"-.t:nued on Page 5-A


Pcge 2-A
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Friday, March 8,
Miami Rabbis Urge
Arbitration Committee
The Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami this week called
lor the appointment of an arbitra-
tion committee comprising "a
cross section of the leadership of
our community" to deal with the
strike of public school teachers
which has kept most of Florida's
Mew Defense Chief
Played Key Role In
Israel's Statehood
JERUSALEM (ZIXS) Clark
Clifford, new Secretary of Defense
of the United States, played a dom-
inant role in persuading President
Truman to recognize the State of
Israel in May, 1948, according to
Eliahu Elath. Israel's first ambas-
sador to Washington.
He relates that General Mar-
shall. Secretary of State, bitterly
opposed a Jewish state, and threat-
ened ot resign if his political line
was rejected. He also said that at
a White House meeting, a sharp
verbal exchange erupted between
Clifford and Marshall, pertaining
to the American government's po-
sition in the Arab-Israel conflict.
On Friday. May 14. 1948. Clif-
ford telephoned Elath and told
him that President Truman had
decided to grant Israel de facto
recognition the moment it pro-
claimed its independence.
"It is imperative." Clifford said,
"that you submit to me as quickly
as possible an official letter ad-
dressed to the State Department,
stating that the State of Israel is
proclaimed, and asking for recog-
nition by the U.S. government."
schoolchildren out of classes for
nearly three weeks.
In a resolution adopted unani-
mously, the Association declared
that it was "greatly disturbed over
the impasse which has developed
as a result of the total collapse of
communication among the parties
concerned in the current educa-
tional crisis."
Noting that the situation "will
undermine the moral foundation
of our society." the Association
urged "the reopening of lines of
communication and the immediate
appointment of an arbitration com-
mittee consisting of a cross sec-
i tion of the leadership of our com-
munity to solve this urgent prob-
lem."
The Association also offered "to
, serve in whatever area called
upon."
New Veterans Post Planned
A Masonic War Veterans Post is
being organized in Dade County
Those eligible to join mav contact
Peter Frazin for further informa-
tion.
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Arrow Named New
Maecabiah Chairman
Norman N. Arrow has been ap-
pointed Florida Gold Coast Divi-
sion chairman of the US. Macca-
biah Games Committee.
Mr Arrow, who accepted the
honor from local committee mem-
bers, immediately pledged to raise
$50,000. S25.000 of which would go
to the Orde Wingate Institute for
Physical Training in Israel for the
purchase of a "modern kitchen."
The remainder would go to the
U.S. Committee Sports for Israel
for activities including the US.
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Friday. March 8, 1968

Mnisti fhridictn
Paqe 3-A
Among those who attended a recent meetinq of the attorneys
division of the American Friends of the Hebrew University
were (standing, from left): Mavor Shepard Broad of Bay
Harbor Islands; Judge Herbert S. Shapiro; Jack S. Popick
president of the South Florida Division of the American
Friends; and (seated from left): Stnnlev C. Mvers; and
Justice Samuel Freedman of Manitopa. Canada, guest
speaker.
Soviet Jewish Youth Are Becoming
Increasingly Defiant Of Government
TORONTO (JTA) A student of
Soviet affairs who has visited the
USSR ten times in recent years,
declared here this week that the
younger generation of Soviet Jews
are becoming increasingly and
openly defiant of a regime that
hibels them Jews but does not
permit them to lead Jewish lives.
Dr. Allen Pollack, a professor of
history at the University of Pitts-
burgh, spoke at a meeting of 400
young people sponsored by the Hil-
lel Foundation at the University of
Toronto.
He likened the temper of Soviet
Jewish youth to the Black Power
movement among Negroes in the
United States.
'One sign of the movement is a
.strong identification with Israel,"
he said. "Artifacts from Israel are
the hottest items in the Soviet
black market." During last June's
Six-Day War. Jews walked the
stjeots muttering "mir. mir." Dr.
i Pollack said. In Russian this means
I 'peace" but in Yiddish it means
we.' "
Or. Pollack said that the forced
identification of Jews as such in
Russia without corresponding cul-
tural rights has made the present
generation of young Soviet .lews
"the most Jewish generation.'"
He said. "Theirs Is a negative
reaction: You tell me I am a Jew.
i All right, I am a Jew and I'm
[ proud of it. I don't know what it
means but I'm going to find out.' "
Dr. Pollack said he didn't think
the Soviet government is dedicated
| to anti-Semitism or that the Jews
in the USSR face physical extinc-
tion.
"The Soviet Union is sensitive
to world opinion." he said, "and
can be pressured to live up to its
JEWS SUFFER
JOB BIAS
NFW YORK (WNS)-Jews
in the Soviet Union "have
been finding it increasingly
difficult to get scientific and
military jobs" since the
Arab Israel war last June,
according to a report in
Newsweek Magazine. The re-
port said that since the Six-
Day War "some young So-
viet scientists who are Jew-
ish have been denied posts
they had been promised"
while "others have been told
their cases must be reexam-
ined."
own laws with regard to minori-
ties."
Urges Teaching Of
Sciences Within
Framework of Faith
NEW YORK (JTA) Four hun-
dred Hebrew d;i\ school teachers '
were t[(| here this week that
neither Jewish history nor the
physical science can he taught as
entities complete!) apart from
luith in God.
Rabbi Mordecai (Jitter, dean of
the Telshe Rabbinical College of
Cleveland, told the annual Teach-
es Conference Day here that "the
Sinai experience is not a mere his-
torical date but rather a new crea- |
tion of a people. And it is within '
thi conceptual frame of reference
thai we can forge Jewish attitudes
and survival potentialities."
The conference was sponsored
by the National Conference ol Ye- '
shiva Principals, an affiliate of
Torah Emesorah, the national so-
ciety of Hebrew day schools.
Use of modern teaching methods
was discussed in a series of work-
shops and seminars, with special
attention given to the problem of
using the new audio-visual tools in
pursuit of religious values.
Speakers demonstrated use of
overhead projectors, teaching ma-
chines and language masters in
the teaching of the Bible. Talmud,
the Hebrew language and Jewish
laws and customs.
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Volume 41
Friday, March 8. 1968
8 ADAR
Number 10
toiwj yoo^wAy!
Greater Miami Jewry
Can Do No Less
Most of us are certainly aware
oy now that we are now in the midst
of a major Combined Jewish Appeal-
-'srael Emergency Fund dual cam,
caign.
But how many of us realize the
:ull significance of this year's drive?
The developments during the
next two months will provide the
answer to this vital guestion. It will
be a p3riod in which the Jewish
community of Greater Miami will be
put to the test.
The results of the CJA-IEF joint
campaign have been good to date,
out they have not yet been good
enough to assure the achievement
of the goals.
The CJA part of the campaian,
seeking SI.991.200 for what still
amounts to absolute minimal needs
is roughly at the halfway mark with
two months of intensive campaiqninq
still ahead.
The results on the Emergency
Fund side of the campaign hav
oeen mixed. There have been both
increases and decreases, the latter
an indication that the full significance of the
;TSoCSer"hiSrr= The Message Of Purim
homo. r\ .
nr_____ .. Unce aaam this week in synagogues and
Fm commun>ly s response to the first Israel Jewish homes throughout the world, the festival
emergency rund. m the dramatic and hectic cf Purim. on* of the merriest on the calendar
r^T5, 7? J^ne' Was the areatest ever de- will be celebrated in feasting, sonq dance'
Sa'e Y GreateruMia r by any other ^ama. pray or serv,ces and the readmq of tho
Jewish community in this part of the country. Mfgflldb the Book of Esther r*c''na
But we cannot rest on our laurels. the grave threats to Jewish existence tha Divine
_e.Can ,wait for ac,ive hostilities to break Intervention prevented from materializina. '
out again before recognizing that the emer-
gency continues.
Volunteer workers must caain take to th
streets. Lay leadership must come forward"
once more as it did so magnificently last J me
The needs overseas are matched by the
^growing demand for services, facilities and D3r-
sonnel in the Federalion-supiort*H aa-ncies
right here at home and in the national causes
aided by the campaian.
Here in Greater Miami, desoite repat^d
expansions over the years, the Jewish Home
for the Aged, Mount Sinai Hospital, the Jew-
ish Family and Children's Service, as well as
all other organizations and institutions affiliat-
ed with the Federation, are operatinq at or be-
yond their limits limits that depend only on
their financial means.
Because there is increased immiqration
frCm j m EurPe and the Moslem lands, the
United Hias Service has new resrx>nibi!ities
end pressures in assisting Jewish immigrants
o find new homes in free countries ether than
Israel.
The New York Association for New Ameri-
:ans, which aids immigrant-; resettlinq in tho
As with other books of of Esther has scanned tho centuries down to
our own dav vith its etantl n=an'
The story of Purim was the first instance in
which it is -hewn tho* r., imiia,;on ,s nj .
isn-e against anti-Somilism.
For the Midrash, the homiletic co.....
tar/ on the Bible, informs us that
Je-^s in Persia in the time of Morde
tsther regardpd themselves as Pere'ans and
gave HtUe acknowledgement to their Jev
ancestry. Yet they no! sa>
aenera! nlnn of extermination d
wicked Haman. .
The *ame n-rte-i was reoeated in later'
Jewish history when Jews were repeated :-i later
expeaed from Fnaland. France and S-cin. '
The most familiar example of this phenome-'
non was. of cour<- the sff-i.,..... with w ^
the Naz.s proceeded to condemn to th de^th
camps ever, those whose ceniretton wih!
Judaism or Jewish life was virtually non-exis-
But the joy of the holiday stems from the
25*22 T.^61 to a1' foes fcmv that taw
-ans, v.nicn a:as immigrants resettling in the ,, u r a foes rf 'owrv 'hat th-y
worlds largest Jewish community; our local ^i m we Very ,raD that thev plan for
office of the National Council of Jewish Women S'
Little did Haman reo'fce whf>n he erct*d a
gallows intended for MoHecoi, that de 1W
himself would be its victim.
Perhors one of the most enduring guaUtiesI
cf the story of Purim is its sim-Mtv in ,
account of the triu-roh cv- tKa ^-..- $
H the classical forms of onti-Semitism are
not aenerally oo-xiren. In o-.r dav, moresonhi
Bheated forms have ta! The open three's b belliaerent Arab *?,,
against the existence of kraal still menace J^w-
ish lives.
which helps Cuban immigrants arriving here;
and overseas agencies such as the Joint
Distribution Committee, are overburdened as
they have never been before.
The welfare and other humanitarian need-?,
formerly financed to the extent of two thirds
of its total contributed by Israel with one third
coming from Jews in other lands, are now
totally the responsibility of the Diaspora-Jewrv.
The vast relief end rehabilitation programs
of the JDC, the extensive network of vocational
training cchools operated by ORT and the
urgent need for new secondary schools in
Israel, all cry out for support.
Gen. Moshe Davan, Israel's Minister of
Defense, has summed uo the uraency of th3
situation in a 'seen', p'edqe to American Jews^
"We ask not for a Finals American son to die
for Israel. But we do ask vo-i to help furnish
the too's so tho' we can The Jews cf Greater Miami can do no less.
ii, | ...I I
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JOSEPH ALSDP
ALSOP
Viet Cong Losses
WASHINGTON The known
price paid by the Viet Cong for
their attacks on the cities has
continued to mount in a grue-
some and almost awe-inspiring
manner
On the military side, the list
alread) comprises at least one
Ninth Vietnamese general offi-
cer: al least two regimental com
m inders, and half a do/en bat-
talion commanders with all their
headquarters' staffs, with at least
one more regimental command'
er and two or three battali in
commanders in the trap at Hue
In addition, the probable North
Vietnamese commanding general
In all of South Vietnam. Tran Do.
may well have fallen In the Sai-
gon fighting, although this is nol
confirmed.
On the civil side, the list al-
ready comprises a full member
of the National Liberation Front's
Central Committee. Phung Van
Cung. who was significantly in
charge of front activities and
was killed in Saigon: the head of
the "troop-proselytizing" staff
section of Military Region IV,
also killed in Sainon. and the ma-
jorities of at least three and
probably four party committees
in various provinces. There are
hints, too. that other party com-
mittees have been decimated.
30.000 Casualties
In addition, without counting
local guerrillas and innocent by-
standi rs, the regular Viet Cong
troop units ihe main and local
forces : appear to have losl
close to 30.000 men. in killed and
POWs, in this single series ol
attack- i iis i- proportionately
equivalent to a loss i I more than
a fifth of Gen. William Westmore-
land's n ire f< rce, or a
I Americans.
N lething alread} has beet
' space abo I ... ludi-
lard by which
;- r : Vietnam is jud ed in
*'1;- l": irj | ai ; afj To .,,.
>' tnilj .. ,. .. V(1U
V to imagine what we
would be sayin here il West-
moreland had incurred compara-
l,u' '...... and had incurred
"'''hl' losses, moreover
wtnoui atta n i his stated goal.
On this last point, t>o. the evi-
''"""' ''....." captured documents
:' dpO inl rrogations also con-
tinues to mount The goal of the
attacks on the cities was to touch
'"ial uprising" and to
cause the collapse of the govern-
ment in Saigon,
IntcffOjSatfon
mJS? lite in the Soviet Umon [* rr.~ttT ^ Uf,%j
death to a community of nearly three million
soii'S. 'J-
In our time of jov in c-lebration of Purim
therefore, let us not Wqst our b^^t
jeonardy in our own dav mH the faith and
dedication that will be needed for their very
survival. '
S
Jto "ic document, and in-
'"rogations, all .sorts of details
factual Viet Cong military plans
sho that the enemy expected Ins
['ees '" "" control of the cities
'"<' 'tering them. Fur exam-
Pie. he 7th North Vietnamese
"-""> and the !>,h Vie. Cong
':;,-wi"i!""......'--IK. ,,,,,.
,"" '" Ui- ack on Saigon; yet
n(' movements of both were ex-
tremely revealing.
The 7th Division undertook ha-
"""wntof our own 1st Division
*, 9th Viet Cong Divldon
; ht,h",, "**N position.
W,,h ,h0 >^ mission of pre-
venting an advance on Saig
the men of the Big Red One [n
the outcome, both enemv dni-
sions suffered severely, ,,
defenders of Saigon need.
help from Big Red One
finally, the clearest evid
that the enemy's plan went
wrong is the known -.
- conspicuous failure
yelop After the "general
ing" in the cities, big units
used in the actual attack
were supposed to "de
from the hills to support thi
eral uprising." This was the
mon enemy formula, and tn,
preparations to act on the I
mula caused the America.'
dit ions of a "second round."
No New Round
There has been no wides:
second round, nor is one con-.
ered likely any longer. There
may be one or two local offer.
sive efforts, particularly in the
most northerly province. Quang
Tn. But that possibility is some-
thing very different from the
original enemy plan.
It must be emphasized that all
this does not mean that every-
thing on our side is just jim-
dandy in South Vietnam. In an\
war. one side can quite easily be
disastrously defeated in a battle
o; a whole campaign, while simu!
taneously inflicting very heavy
losses on the other side. That has
certainly happened, too; ami
much still depends on how the
South Vietnamese government
deals with all the destruction an I
disruption.
War Of Attrition
Y( t what has happened to the
i nemy deseno. stressin :.
ju because it has been so wide-
Ij undi rstressed, but also for a
more profound reason. Gen West-
moreland has always very frank
I) said that he was fighting a
"war of attrition." The premises
of all his planning have now been
upsel by the other side's going
for broke. But his planninf
m ses have plainly been ups< I
a m >st encouraging reasonbe-
cause the Hanoi leaders conclud-
ed 'I', v could not stand unen I
attrition.
Here, again, however, strong
emphasis is" needed for the fact
that this going for broke by the
enemy is exceedingly dangerous
as well as exceedingly encourag
ing. The attack on the cities a^
on balance a disaster, but its se-
quel in the countryside is yet to
be seen. So is the outcome at Khe
Sanh and the demilitarized zone.
concerning which one must pray.
Nonetheless, the defeat-at-any-
price people in this country are
howling about American failure,
when the main failure to date has
been on the other side.
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Friday. March 8. 1968
fJewisti FkridBan
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Direct Negotiations Still Israeli Hero To Address Dinner
Is The Main Objective
Continued from Pago 1-A
oi Rhodes with UN. mediator
Ralph Bum-he directing talks lead-
ing to the 1949 armistice agree-
ments.
Rafael branded as incorrect a
statement attributed to U.N.
spokesman that Dr. Bunche had
said the two sides sat separately
for the 1949 armistice talks. At
the UN., Dr. Bunch said he had
never made any comment for pub-
lication about any aspect of the
armistice talks and did not intend
to do so now, "even to correct
mistakes," because he did not
think "it woulc1 be helpful to do
so" at the present time.
Quoting official U.N. documents.
Capital For Israel
Raises $350,000
At Rabin Luncheon
A total of $354,000 worth of
nock in the Industrial Develop-
ment Bank of Israel, was purchased
by Miamians this week at a lunch-
eon at which Ambassador Itzhak
Rabin was guest of honor, accord-
nn to an announcement by Aaron
Kahan. director of the Greater
Miami Israel Bond Organization.
The Industrial Development Bank
was established through the initia-
tive of the Israel government as
"he major source of long-term loans
for industrial development in Is-
rael and which has been a most
mportant instrument in the fi-
nancing of industrial enterprises
Mnked to the country's develop-
ment program.
The shares are offered by Capi-
tal for Israel. Inc.. through the i
Israel Bond Organization.
Miami residents have been in
he vanguard of subscribers to the
Z.D.B.I, shares, which pay 7V4 per-
cent per year.
Ra'a"! told newsmen that "the Is-
raeli and Egyptian delegates ar-
rived ai Rhodes on Jan. 12. 1949
and the first meeting between the
two delegations was held on Jan.
13 when Dr. Bunche was unani-
mously chose as chairman." Ra-
fael siid this was the type of meet-
ing Israel wanted now and that
Israel had agreed to Jarring's par-
ticipation in them.
Previously Foreign Minister Abba
Eban told Parliament that "by
agreeing to a form of negotiation
which the Arab governments have
utilized in the past, we have made
a maximal contribution toward ad-
vancing "the peace mission ot Dr.
Jarring."
Prime Minister Eshkol, making
a surprise visit to Israeli armored
troops in the Sinai, said, "We are
ready to foroet the past and ready
to meet for a true and honorable
peace."
He also chose the occasion to
deny emphatically rumors that Is-
rael had changed its opposition to
anything but direct talks with the
Arabs. "We shall not go back to
Lausanne and we shall not agree
to prolonged mediation by tele-
phone or through mediation com-
mittees." he said.
He added that "after every war,
both sides have to meet to arrange
a peace settlement. We hope this
will happen. The only question is
when?"
Col. Dov Tamari. commander of
Israeli Paratroopers, whose heroic
efforts led to the capture of 1he
Syrian fortified positions on the
Golan Heights in the Six-Day War,
will be guest speaker at the Mor-
ton Towers Israel Dinner of State
Saturday night at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel.
Currently in the United States
on a special mission. Col. Tamari
will come to Miami especially for I
this occa-ion, where Mr. and Mrs.
Emanuel Mentz will be honored
for their many years of service to
; the State of Israel. They will be
; the recipients of the Israel Free-
dom Award.
Prior to the dinner. Col. Tamari
will be guest at a cocktail recep-
tion to be hosted by Mr. and Mrs.
Mentz at 6:30 for members of the
Committee of Patron-Hosts.
The dinner program will also in-
clude entertainment by Henny
Youngman, celebrated TV and
stage personality. Mr. Youngman
has been highlighted on top tele-
i vision shows and has made numer-
ous appearances with personalities
I such as Ed Sullivan. Jackie Glea-
1 son, Johnny Carson, Joey Bishop
and many others.
The dinner committee is headed
by Morris Minov. chairman, with
Judge Frederick N. Barad am;
Rabbi David Raab, honorary chair-
men; Ethel Rudenberg and Abe
Solosko, cochairmen. and Mr. anr.
Mrs. Samuel Goldberg, chairmen
of the Committee of Patron-Hosts
This year's dinner will be the
fifth annual Morton Towers-Israel
Dinner of State on behalf of Israt.
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Alice In Wonderland
Getting out of bod this past
Sunday morning was oven more-
difficult than usual. There was
the hangover of frustration from
being caught in the traffic jam
around the F'ontainebleau follow-
ing the Israel Bond thingnot a
Miami Beach policeman in sight
Jor all those jam-packed miles.
And there was a peek at the head-
lines of the morning newspaper:
Vietnam, teachers, reports on
riots. All on the first page, with
299 more to go.
If you're old enough, you'll
probably renumber the source
when you read my feeling that I
shoulda stayed in bed. And pulled
Ihe covers over my head.
What remained with me at the
end of the day when I sat down
to do this weekly piece was a
comment by Dr. Kenneth Clark,
the Negro psychiatrist and social
worker, on the report of the Na-
tional Advisory Commission on
Civil Disorders:
"It is a kind of Alice in Won-
derlandwith the same moving
picture reshown over and over
again, the same analysis, the
same recommendations, and the
same inaction."
__ If the educational crisis in
Florida has done nothing else, it
has brought out from under the
covers all the hidden agendas of
our society. Some sociologists
arc. I hope, on the scene studying
the reactions to the teacher walk-
out. The letters to the editors, the
24-hour talkathons on the radio
stations, the editorial comments
written and spoken, the family
divisions, etc. reveal a good deal
about all of us; some stand quite
naked.
The basic issue of whether
American education in the latter
part of the 20th century has been
ignored for the more basic belly
questions disturbing the citizen-
ry Had they (the teachers) lis-
tened as individuals instead of a
manipulated mass, they would
have heard our Gov. Kirk say
thai he needed improvements in
the hierarchy of our educational
s>stcm." writes one lady. 'lie
cited one example where a school
was given a sum of money and
instead of buying a much-needed
map. draperies for the Home Ec
room were provided. Is this a
ay to provide quality educa-
tion.'"
"1 am glad that I do not have
to submit a child of mine to the
influence ot a .,,: j of contract
jumpers."
"The teachers' salaries are not
all that bad. Florida is not known
lor high salaries and even in oth-
er fields many people are accept-
ing lower pay than they feel they
should have."
"The NEA's goal is to get con-
trol of all school organizations.
so that it can dictate to every
school board in the nation what
books are to be used, methods
and standards that everj school
must lollow .
"It is about time that we took
a closer look at all of our teach-
ers to see whether they are quali-
fied to guide our children
"To the individual members of
the CTA and FEA. Do you realize
that you are members of the
NEA and that you will be the
equivalent of the Teamsters
Union?"
And so on and on and on A
substantial number acted out
their beliefs and rushed to the
schools to take over the jobs of '
the resigned teachers. Some wen
parents whose hysteria over the
prospect of their second-grader
losing a week or two of 'educa-
tion" was too much to bear. Oth-
ers were some affluent people
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strike-breaker; they weren't fool-
ed by "resignations" and knew a
strike when they saw it and they'd
always wanted to gel even with
the unions that tormented their
business lives.
It isn't that the teachers are
rightor wrong. Or that Lyndon
Johnson is wrongmaybe right.
Or that violence in the cities is
the fault of white racistsor
black racist- It's that as we look
at the front pagesand beyond,
as some ot us doall we seem to
see are letters to the editor like
this one:
"Some day we niav face a
great emergencyengagement in
all-out war. for examplewhen
our national survival would de-
pend on imports of materials es-
sential for manufacturing tools
ot defense.
"If. then, we had an adequate
supply of gold, these materials
could be bought without question
from friendly or neutral sources
or. indirectly, even from our en-
emies. Without gold, however,
our ability to obtain these neces-
sities would be highly question-
able. Might we not then be faced
with the problem of survival as
a great and free nation?"
Turn to Alice. 'Twas brill
and the slithy toves Did gyre
and gimble in the wabe: All
>j were the borogoves And
the mome raths outgrabe Makes
more sense, doesn't it?
Miami Beach Fire Chief Hubert Albritton (second from nqht1.
receives a citation from Max S. Breslow of the B'nai Britri
Hatikvah Lodge No. 2362 for the "dedicated community
service" of the Miami Beach Rescue Squad. Also shown are
William J Schusel (left), vice president of Corner Bank; and
Lt. A. J. Ridgway.
*Y* Teens Purim
The Junior and .Senior High
clubs of the Central and Miami
Beach branches will hold separate
Purim Carnival-Dances, and both
will feature oooths and games ol
chance.
The Beach carnival will be held
on Sunday. March 10, from "> to
7:30 p.m at 1536 Hay Rd Further
information can be had from Dr.
Carnival-Dances
Joel Heynian at the "Y",
The Central carnival i- sched-
uled for Sunday. March 17
l lo 5 p.m. at 85(H) s\v 8th St. Fur-
ther information can be
Dr. Heyman or Marvin Sicgel
The North County Clubs
join the Central teen holidaj
bration, with Marvin Goldst'i
charge of information

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Friday. March 8.
1965
MORE VOLUNTEERS NEEDED
All Jewish Organizations
Launch 1968 Dialathon
The most intensive Dial-A-Thon
i'i the annals of the Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency
Fund i- underway at the CJA-IEF's
headquarters at the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation building. 1317
Fiscayne Blvd.
Associate campaign chairman
Itobert Russell noted that more or-
ganizations and individuals than
ever before are participating in the
rightly telephone solicitations of
Greater Miami Jewry for the com-
munity's central fund-raising effort
lor 1968.
"Even with a record number of
volunteer workers organized in our
campaign divisions, it is not possi-
ble physically to reach every Jew
in Oade County. Therefore, we are
staging the Dial-A-Thon on a com-
prehensive basis, seeking mix-
mum gifts for both the CJA and
IEF," Mr. Russell asserted.
Among the organizations which
already have taken part in the
telephone marathon arc lodges of
the South Florida Council of B'nai
B'rith, Brotherhood of Temple Beth
Sholom, local posts of the Jewish
War Veterans and board members
and staff of member agencies of
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation.
Representatives of the YM-YWHA
of Greater Miami, including one
of its senior citizen clubs, of the
Bureau of Jewish Education, Jew-
ish Vocational Service, Jewish
Family and Children's Service and
Jewish Home for the Aged were
jmon/j the first to answer the call
to make the calls.
Arthur A. Selcvan. first junior
\ice commander of the JWV De-
partment of Florida, spearheaded
f.n all-out effort by members of
PotS 174. 223. 243. 330, 746, 677
:nd 682.
Sessions at the Federation of-
fices, where a battery of telephones
has been installed for volunteers,
are hold nightly, Monday through
ThurscUy, from 7 to 9 p.m.
The Dial-A-Thon campaign will
< intinue throughout March, and
. dditional organizations and indi-
\ iduals are urgently needed to
tan the telephones, Mr. Selevan
ointed out.
YOUNG LEADERSHIP CABINET
Herbert G. Paige
Gets UJA Post
One hundred forty eight young
Jewish leaders from 74 American
communities were elected to the
Young Leadership Cabinet of the
I'nited Jewish Appeal, it was an-
nounced this week by Herbert J.
Garon of New Orleans, newly-
elected Cabinet Chairman.
Named to serve as Associate
Chairman of the Cabinet for his
second term was Gordon B. Zacks,
of Columbus, O. Both men have
been leaders in the Cabinet since
its inception in December. 1962.
Representing Greater Miami on
the Cabinet is Herbert G. Paige,
who now serves as Chairman of
the Food Trades Division of the
UJA. He is currently a Board
member of the Anti Defamation
League of Florida, Temple Israel
of Miami, Dade County Executive
Board of the Boy Scouts of Amer-
ica, and Cochairman of the Devel-
--n^t FH f the YM-YWHA of
Greater Miami.
He is \ ice president ai
manager of Pepsi-Cola B itl
Miami, Inc.. vice preside nl ol
P( psi-Cola Bottlers Ass
Florida, and an organizer of the
Young Management Committee ol
the Pepsi-Cola Bottlers Association
ol the United states.
Mr. Paige is chairman of the
city's Economic Advisory Board
and vice president of the Miami
; Association of Food Trades, a
member of the Miami-Dade Cham-
ber of Commerce, Rotary Club.
Standard Club and Westview Coun-
try Club.
The Your.-j Leadership Cabinet
is the governing body of the Young
Leadership Council comprising
more than 12,000 men from 25 to
40 years of age who have shown
leadership potential in their home
communities.
. met ecriv to plan their ai
n .: the CJA-IEF. Shown meetinq
[he Greater Miami Jewish F9Jerc! on,
drive, are seated, left to -
on e.....iv director Arth"r P Rosir
B lira Larry Burrows; standinq. left to riqh:
- Bern n Fnlke. David Mandel.
Norton S. Pallot
Cites Emergency
The brave people of Israel, who that an increased allocation coulc
won a war but have not yet won
a peace, are in their most difficult
and dangerous period since 1948,
when their courage won indepen-
dence lor them, Mr. Norton S.
Pallot. Chairman of the Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency
Fund, warned today.
Mr. Pallot called for the "high-
est possible level of support" for
the current drive of the CJA-IEF so
:ktail reception at I e North M


:
Et'.inger got things rolling early in the N'crt!
for this year's historic CJA-IEF. Pictured,
Young, Mr. and Mr.. S< m Fox and '
Ettinger also are North Dade leaders of I
Cuban, South Shore Drives Show W
The Hebrew-Cuban division of
the Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund is running ahead
of its 1967 record-shattering pace
i:i both the CJA and IEF divisions,
Mayor Shepard Broad of Bay Har-
bor Islands announced Wednesday.
Mayor Broad, an associate chair-
nan of the CJA-IEF, said the
Hebrew Cuban cards covered to
< ate reflect increases of nearly 60
ercent for the CJA and approxi-
mately 35 percent for the Israel
Emergency Fund.
"This group of more than 600
families is setting a remarkable
standard for the entire communi-
ty. The Hebrew-Cuban division
raised more than $50,000 a year
ago and hopes to increase that fig-
ure to a truly impressive $75,000,"
Mr. Broad pointed out.
Following a gala inaugural din-
ner of the division Feb. 18 at
Temple Beth Sholom. the unit has
begun individual, card-by-card so-
licitation.
A goal of $100,000 has been set
by the South Shore Division of the
CJA-IEF under the leader-hip of
-\braham Grunhut. South
chairman and vice president of
Washington Federal Savings and
Loan Association.
The revitalized division is
ing meetings in hotels, condoi
ums, apartment houses and among
the numerous organizations which
headquarter in the South
area
Luncheon meeting of North Dade rabbis to plan participation of the area's .,. ^^^^^^
brought together these spiritual leaders. Shown, ettlortght are RabbTlLfRogues and temples
Milton Schlinsky. Ralph^ P ^" Ly^A^^toS^;
Charles M. Rubel, Max A. Lip?chitz,
executive director of the CJA-IEF.
tx made to the nationu ide Mine o:
\ the L:nited Jewish Appeal Enter
gency Fund in behalf of Israel'*
people and the regular l:ni8 U>
campaign to aid destitute J<
30 other countries of the world.
Speaking of the desperate need-
. in Israel, Mr. Pallot said, "It i-
tragic that it takes so much ionge-
to win a peace than a war, but thr
bitter fact remains that the erne!
gency is far from over lor Israe
and her people. The) must carrj
the financial burden not n !\ of .
costly war and its aftermatl '. :
construction, but also ol i-onstair
m curity measures,
"The first to suffer in this crisis
he continued, '"are the half millior
unahsorbed immigrant.- Irom tech
n 'logically and socially !>.,,
countries who have nol j" mad
way to working and I
. par with the longer
Israelis from more d\ ai bad
ii i It
- thi< vulnerable p
mts '.it contains
imilh and the sma
: rage i arnei s, b<
adults .hi
nol j i ; trained in
irk skills It also ini I
ntage of ,i
i licapped pen ns
Is ael's ipen Door'
tion policy
Bringing these 500.(H>"
ers up to an acceptable si
of life, to cultural and
equality with the rest ael'i
citizens. Mr. Lou PoIIer. a
chairman, added, is crucial to Ii
rael's future. "They musl
lat< ing well ahead of the allowed to fall by the ways
""" : the Combined Jewish lack of help." he said, i Isra
and new ould be in danger of becon ing
country divided again-
a democratic state, this is intbink-
i ble '
Mi. PoIIer explained thai
.ii I-rael's taxpayi r
I whom were Immigrai Is their.'
>nlj a few years a.
ol Immigrant a
ai the ratio of two dollar- ,(
ntributed by th<
munities of the United 51 >tes
"They can no longei
.." Mayor Shepard
.:u,' chairman, asserted
Livesprobably the highest in the
worldgo for war debts and -
curity. They ask us in the l nitec
States to continue to meet th;
human needs of 500.000 unabsorb
ed immigrants and of Immigrant!
Still arriving from lands where
is not safe to be a Jew.
ay
Sei
'or c
'irons' .-ireiios are play-
ing an arfive ro'e in the unprece-
dented outpouring of support for
lotal, rational and overseas
cies, Mr. Grunhut stated.
agen-
H" linted out (hat donations to
3
organizations.


Friday, March 8. 1968
*Jfew#*ft fhridicir
Page 9-A
High Rise Division Sets Torrid Pace
As C JA-IEF Campaign Nears 50% Mark
Southgate Apartments, as is traditional, set an. early pace for the 196rf CJA-IEF drive, headed by Norton
S. Kmot. Prmcirais in-l^de. left ti riaht, Ben Gold, 2v>' thact C^-chai'man; H. Jack Chasin, telephone
committee chairman; Emanuel Blum, co-chairmar: Henry Kramer, arrangements chairman; and Rabbi
David Raab, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Raphael. Joseph Budowsky co-chairman, is not pictured
but has played a key role in Southgate's success.
Photos Tell Story As Buildings
Surpass Record Marks Of 1967
Ben Essen
Chairman
Key Unit
I'ndcr the dynamic leadership of
attorney Ben Essen, the High Rise
and Re-idence Division of th
Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund is setting a tor
rid pace for the Greater Miami
community's most important funo
raising effort of 1963.
"With new high rises rapidly
adding to the Jewish population
throughout Dade County, the im
portance of this division cannot b>r
overstated," Daniel Neal Heller,
chairman of trades and industries
for the CJA-IEF asserted.
Mr. Heller and Mr. Essen hav*
ben contributing countless hours
including virtually thtir entire
Sundays, to personally lead th
unusual campaign.
Campaign chairman Norton S
Pallot lauded the efforts of Mr
Essen and Mr. Heller, and noted
that the division has been a major
factor in the success of the las'
several CJA drives.
"Residents of these building*
are longtime Floridians who have
moved from private homes, ano
newcomers to the community wbfl
have moved to Greater Miami to
begin totally new careers," Mr
Pallot noted.

Top leaders of Imperial House took part in this year's rscoption in bshalf of the
Combined Jewish Appaai-Isiael Emergency Fund. Shewn, left to right, are
former CJA chairman Sam 3-cnk, Co!. Jacob Arvey of Chicago and Miami
Eeach, former CJA chairman Carl Wein'.de and Canadian Jewish leader Sam
Pollock.
Crystal House leaders include Lou Harris, left,
receiving a Tribute Award from Phil Lustine. Mr.
Hcrris is co-chairman of the CJA-IEF High Rise and
Residence Division.
,
Camelot Hall meeting for the CJA-IEF is addressed
by Israeli Consul E. Z'ev Suffot as anangements
chairman J. George Kofrnan looks on.
Outstanding is the word for Coastal Towers as its CJA-IEF meeting rolled up a
record increase over last year's successiul campaign. Shown, left to riqht,
are Mr. Ben Essen. Mrs. Essen. Mrs. Harry Kimball and Irving Cypers. Mr.
Essen is chairman of the High Rise and Residence Division of this year's Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund joint campaign.


Page 10-A
* JfH 1st fkrfdfi&r
Friday, March 8, 1963
4.000 Intensify CJA Efforts
basis, with Michael Arnon, Israel s
Con'ul General to the United
States, pointing to the continued
amercjency.
seek a solution to the Kiddle East
crisis only confirm that the dan
, ra confronting Israel are no less
seven than those which existed
With (areti officially n
CJA-IEF Month in Dade '<.mly
tre Mayor Chuck Hall, eome
4.000 volunteer workers "i the
Combined Jewish Ap n al Israel
i mergency Fund this week stepped
up their joint campaign to solicit
i verj Jewish family i:; Greater
Miami tor the community's most
intensive fund-raising drive ever
l out.
activity on the parl "i
such as High Rise and
Xn an I Industr es,
i A'i men's, Cuban, Smith
Dade am! Initial Gifts
-,.:u the i .i \ <:i\ ision of the cam-
l close to cay mark
Incomplete tabulations at the
he*d J. wish Fedsration, which conducts
the annual campaign, show nearly
;;-00,00.) in towards the SI,991,200
oal for the CJA. No specific tar-
e*t has bsen s.-t for the Israel
emergency Fund, which raised an
unpreced-'Xed S3,135,C00 in 1967.
Leon K iplan, Federati m p
dint, -aid that cards covered to
v headed bj gen-
ral chairman Norton S. I'allot
'arc still running very close to the
21 percent increase needed if we
are to me ; li..t figure reflects little more
ban minimal needs of the more
:. an it) overseas, national and lo-
. al agencies which depend on the
Combined Jewish Appeal lor siy-
niiicanl parts of their annual
ets."
s ime 3.000 p sons i re xpected
.o take part in a March 18 Salute
,o Israel at the Miami Beach Mu-
nil | \ presented by
the Mi.mu Heath Communitj Sin-
crs. Dr Irving Lehrman, national
UJA rabbinic committee chair-
man, will speak at the countj wide
rally.
During the pas' week, meetings
such as the annual luncheon ol the
Foovl and Allied Trades Group eon
tinned to -how dramatic increases,
according to Daniel Neal Heller,
chairman ol trades and industries
for CJA-IEF
The meeting, hosted at the Pepsi
Cola Rotunda by group chairman
si] Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund Herbert G. Paige, produced gev-
Month," has been issued by Mayor era| totally new gifts.
Heller noted
-Announcements such ai those pri(ll. to Jimi, 9 ].,<- Amhass
the campaiqn wfte held on a cmiy __________------ --------------- i=S
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IE0N K APIAN
Proclamation
Is Issued On
CJA Month
A proclamation declaring the
mo.ith of March 'Combined Jew-
WHliam McDonald ol Norlh Miami
Beach.
The proclamation, which was
lead at a meeting of the Condo-
minium Unit presidents, called on
North Miami Beach residents to '
"support the local efforts of the |
Israel Emergency Fund and Com- |
bined Jewish Appeal joint cam-
paign under auspices of Greater
.Miami Jewish Federation."
With a goal of $100,000 to be
raised for the Combined Jewish
Appeal in the North Dade area,
leaders, under the direction ol the
chairman. Dr. Max A. Lipschitz.
have rallied to the proclamation
with good prospects of surpassing
the goal.
in accordance with the goal and
proclamation several condomin-
iums and congregations in the
North Dade area have planned
meetings lor the month of March.
On Sunday, the doctors and den-
tists of the area will be meeting
at the home of Dr. Morton Rosen-
bluth; Young Israel of Greater
Miami, under the chairmanship of
Emanuel Ungar. president, will
hold a meeting on March 10; and :
the following day. March 17. the
Skylake Gardens will hold a meet-
ins; for the CJA-IEF campui :n
with cochairmen Col Morris (ial-
len. Charles Garland and Jack
Kosenberg.
North Dade JeM community
leaders will be invited to a cock-
tail party at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion on March 24. Mo.Mie I.evine.
who -ervo; East Europe for the
Joint Distribution Committee, will
be gueet speaker at this affair.
The final meeting of the month
\\,ll be a Star Lakes Condominium
gathering, set lor March 111. Co-
chairmen are Harry Karp. Good-
man .Solomon. Irving Reisch and
k w Halpern.
"And we are getting excellent
response from those firms and in-
dividuals who made their initial
contributions to last year's Israel
Emergency Fund, both for this
year s IEF and lor the CJA," Mr.
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*Jenit ncridfian
Paqe !!-*
High Rise Activities
Are Set For March
More than l.-OOO Creator Miam-
ans have been invited to activities
:if the High Rise and Residence
Division of the C'JAIEFnext week,
according to Ben Essen-, division
chairman, with one meeting a
combination affair for three build-
ings on Miami Beach.
The Surfside, Beekman Towers
and Mayfair Towers will join to-
gether on Sunday for a breakfast
meeting at 10 a.m. in the Malayan
Room of the Singapore Motel, 9601
Collins Ave.
Guest .speaker lor the meeting is
Arthur S. Rosichan. executive di-
rector of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation. Mr. Rosichan. a fre-
quent visitor to Israel, will speak
on "How Miamians Can Help Is-
rael Today."
I'ochaiimcn for the event from
Surfside are Maxwell Spiro and
Dr. II ZuckerbrailB. The Beekman
Towers cochairmen are Joseph
Denmark, Max C. Friedberg and
Nathan S. Mock.
Sam Bass. Albert Baumoel, Bert
Berson, Abe Cohen, Morris Heller.
Sam Greenfield, Mark H. Horo-
witz. Charles Mund and Herman
Sperber are on the committee
from Beekman Towers. The mem-
bers f the committee from the
Mayfair Towers are Morris Ashapa,
Maurice Goldstein and Harry B.
Gore.
The Four Winds residents will
hold a cocktail party Sunda\ at
4.30 p.m. in the card room of the
, building. Mr. Essen will be the
guest speaker at this meeting.
The Four Winds committee in-
cludes Jack A. Burstein, Harry
Goldberg, Abraham Harris. Esther
C. Harris, Dr. Harry K;,>/. Max
Kolker, George Lewis. Frieda Mo-
litz, Ira Olbum, Paula Oltarsh. II.
(.rge Rediker, Max Rosenberg,
Charles Soinmer, Samuel Toll. Al-
len Warshauer, Ceil Yuloff. Mlmi
Zipkin and Moe Zipkin.
Daniel Neal Heller is slated to
speak before the residents of Bay
Terrace en Monday in the Bay Ter-
race Social Hall at a coffee a:id-
danish meeting, scheduled for 7:"0
p.m. Mr. Heller is the chairman
of the C.IA-IEF Trades and Profes-
sions Division and a past national
commander ol the Jewish War Vet-
erans.
David Emmer, Edward Schuch-
n.an and William Taub are the
Hay Terrace cochairmen. Commit-
tee members are Charles F. Ab-
rjmson, Jack Applebaum, Hyman
AronowitZ, Frank Barer. Mario
Colins, Hyman Deutsch, Joseph
Dunn, Edward I. Ellman, Or I,miU
Gelb, Mrs. Louis Gelb, Ida L. Gins-
berg. Samuel Goldstein, Ethyl Gor-
don, Julius Gordon, Hilda (Irani.
Karl llolsiein. Harold V. Jacobs.
B. Jankelowitz, Lillian I!. Kristall,
Jcanette Magid, Jessie 0. Marcus.
Sarah Sacks. Morris Sapir, Philip
Sapir, Louis Schuchman, Victor
Slone, Morris Solomon, Samuel
Solomon. Simon W. Warres and
lio-e Weiss
Marked Increase Noted
In Synagogue Efforts
Participation of Greater Miami
kynagogues and temples in the
p9bti Combined Jewish Appeal-
Jsrael Emergency Fund has in-
creased markedly in recent days,
with a congregational reception of
Temple Beth Am Sunday night
heading next week's activities.
Mr. and Mrs. .1. William Baros
rill host their fellow congregants
Organizations
Join Drive
Mure than HO Greater Miami or-
inizations which participated in
^st year's Israel Emergency Fund
kmpaign have announced they
hll take part in the 1!K>8 Com-
Lied Jewish Appeal-Israel Emer-
picj Fund joint campaign, asso-
Ite chairman Lou 1'olU r said
lednesday.
[Among groups which already
Ive sent in contributions to the
1A IKK are the Chicago Friend-
pip Group. Chevra Fellowship,
Poniinent.il Friendship Group,
Boston Friendship Club, Sen >r
Citizens Club ol Hotel Delmonico,
lGoM, n \.r Friendship Club. Mi-
[ami Friendly Social Club. Minyon
Club ol Temple Adath Ycshurun.
Also Golden Ring Club No 3,
Senior Citizens of Hade County.
Ipaiuhters of Ezra, Golden Ring
plub No. 1, Cleveland Friendship
ub and Paragon Social Group.
at their Kendall home. Charter
members ol Temple Bth Am, Mr.
and Mrs. Baros are native Mi-
amians and have been active in
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion for more than a decade.
Dr. Herbert Baumgard, rabbi of
the South Dade sj nagogue, urged
increased giving bj his congre-
gants.
"We must more than match the
noble response of la->l summer.
Nith to the Israel Emergency Fund
and the Combined Jewish Appeal.
Being a Jew carries much more
responsibility than temple mem-
bership and attendance. The tradi-
tion of helping our fellow Jews at
home and abroad has been a ma-
jor factor in the survival of our
faith through millenia of persecu-
tion and wandering," Dr. Buum-
gard declared.
Heading the Temple Beth Am
effort are a committee headed by
Mr. and Mrs. Baros, Mr. and Mrs.
Saul Genet. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
R. Gilbert, Mr. and Mrs. Alan B
Kessler, Judge and Mrs. .1. David
Liebman, Mr. and Mis. Leonard
Luria ami Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Wexler.
Temple Judea, meanwhile, is
conducting a congregational cam-
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Richard Horwich. Mr. Horwich. an
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Friday. March 8, 19EF
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Knowledge and Ateareness
Purim In Synagogue And Home
By RABBI P. H. WEBERMAN
Congregation hev Shalom
The seventh of Adar is the birth-
Jay and \ahrzeit of the Loyal
Shepherd of Israelthe Teacher of
the TorahMoses. The Kabbalists
tell us that the
spirit of Moses
is "Da'as"
which means
knowledge.
We are con-
stantly engaged
in the acquisi-
tion of matters
which we think
v o u 1 d benefit
us. Too often
knowledge
is omitted from
the long list of
our pursuits.
We are inclined
'o feel that our scope (if knowledge
:s sufficient and we are reluctant
:o admit that our store of informa-
:ion is inadequate.
But this undesirable situation
exists only while we have aban-
doned learning. As soon as we se-
riously embark on a program of
we immediately realize our
intellectual shortcomings and the
flame of desire directs itself to-
ward learning activity.
Yet knowledge alonethe acqui-
sition of informationis not a suf-
ficient description of the spirit of
Moses. We often see people with
Rabbi Weberman
a pmingly wide knowledge of
To'ah who still do not live up to
(hat which they know. Although
baving a knowledge of right from
wrong, they do not apply this
' knowledge as a guide for their
actions.
Da'as means an acute aware-
ness that results in a total emo-
tional involvement in what has
been learned. It means gaining
knowledge and constantly utilizing
this acquisition; it means govern-
ing our lives by it.
How much different our lives
would be if we were to utilize our
knowledge and consistently gov-
ern our actions by it.
Adar is the proper time to ac-
quire the power of the spirit of
Mosesto make our knowledge of
the Torah the guide to our deeds.
Synagogues and temples through! mi.nity in ^^^^**f ",e "ame of Hama". '
out the* Greater Miami area will with extinction by the wicked villain
conduct special, services during
the coming week in celebration of
Purim. one of the merriest of feast
days on the Jewish calendar, start-
ing next Wednesday evening and
continuing through Thursday,
March 14.
be
Ham ail- The latter's downfall was
brought about by the Persian
Queen Esther (who was herself a
Jewess) and her uncle Mordecai.
The festival marks one of the
earliest aoorme attempts at geno-
cide when the ancient Jewish com-
Musical Talent
On Club Agenda
The musical program presented
at the David Pinski Club meeting
Friday evening highlighted the
talents of Israeli folk singer Elick
| Cohen and his guitar, and Rochel
i Raim. New York soprano.
Subject of L. Lasavin's talk was
; the Yiddish novelist Lamed Sha-
piro, and Ben Yomen led a com-
munal sing.
Students Present
Friday Program
The primary department of the
Beth David (oral Way School pre-
sented a program at the Oneg
Shabbat service at Beth David
: Congregation Friday evening.
Students who participated in-
clude Ethel Sholk, Bart Christie.
Dcora Swartz. Sara Gadon. Mara
! Afcdvin, Prances Scheer, Debra
Gordon. Vicki Shiro. Tamara Kirs-
Iner, Morton Bernstein. James
Hodes. Alan Glover. Louis Lubitz.
Jonathan Ring. Gayle Swartz.
Brian Bailey. Joan Labbie. Susan
Bordman. Edward Gordon. Jill
Swartz. Judy Kellner. Tamara Lan-
dau. Carolyn Hipson, Carolyn Hor-
wich.
Mrs. David Parnes directed
; the program assisted by Mrs. John
Lundblad and Mrs. Milton Sadoff,
with Mrs. Samuel Shavin in charge
, of the music.
The main services in observance
' of Purim begin in most synagogues
ion Wednesday evening and are
repeated in most Orthodox and
Conservative congregations on
Thursday morning. A number of
Reform temples have scheduled
special Purim services this Friday
evening or next Tnursoay alici
' noon.
Ths main feature of the service
s the reading of the Megillah, the
, oarchmsnt scroll of the Biblical
3ook of Esther which relates the
entire Purim sto.-y.
"Purim is preceded by the Fast
of s^th-r >n We^-osdav. one of ",.
minor fasts on the religious cal-
endar.
Other synagogue and public ob-
servance* for the Purim hi
include dramatic presentatio
the Purim theme and costumi
ties.
The Purim Seudah, traditi
an elaborate feast, is genei
nigh point of the celebral
the home with a number ol
affairs scheduled by various
tutionj and Organizations
refreshment plays a key role jn
these celebrations.
During the reading, the children
ard other members of the congre-
gation traditionally make use of including the typical "Han
noisemakers to drown out the Uaschen" or three-cornered cakes.
Another traditional custom on
Purim day is "Mishloach Manot,
the exchanging of packa; |
cakes, sweets or fruits,
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Tetzaveh
SI \
rKctDoinical television jr%
rocirams
"9
Mar. 10 Ch. 10. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour.
Host: Rabbi Morton Malavsky, Temple Beth Shalom.
Hollywood
Mar. 10 Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice.
Host: Rabbi Daniel Franzel. Temple Beth Sholom.
Miami Beach
Topic: The Role of the Cantor.
Mar. 12 Ch. 2, 9:30-10:30 p.m Man to Man.
Topic: Art. Obscenity and Your Children.
Moderator; Rev. Luther C. Pierce.
Participants: Rabbi Sol Landau. Beth David Con-
gregation; Dr. J. Calvin Rase. M'ami Shores
Presbyterian Church: Msgr. Joseph O'Shea.

Extravaganza At
Agudath Israel
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute
has slated its annual "Purim Ex-
travaganza" for Monday starting
at 7:30 p.m.
Featured entertainer will be Nat
Xorbet and his puppets. Students
from the Hebrew Day Nursery.
Kindergarten and daily Hebrew
School will participate in a Purim
program with Binah Barnett at
the piano.
Traditional Purim refreshments
will be served.
Aaron in the robes of the High Priest, bearing inccn
menorah in the background.
"And thou shalt make holy garments for Aaron thy broil
for splendor and for beauty" (Exod. 28.2).
TETZAVEH Moses was told: "Thou shalt command the
children of Israel that they bring unto thee pure olive oil In iten
for the light, to cause a lamp to burn continually.
In the tent of meeting, without the veil which is before the
testimony. Aaron and his sons shall set it in order, to bum ;.
evening to morning before the Ix>rd."
For Aaron and his sons were to serve as priests to God
The priestly garments are described in great detail, as well
as the various offerings that the priests were to bring on the day
of their anointment.
This portion concludes with the laws relating to the offer-
ing of incense on the altar.
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is ex'rac'ed
and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage,"
edited by P. Wollman-Ttamir, $15. Publisher is Shengo'd, ,r- rvd the
volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, NY. President
of the society distributin.g the volume is Joseph Srh'.wi.

. T 6 H A L O M CONGREGA.
TICN IS SW 67-.h Ave. Orthodox.
Morrie Barr.
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HE EMES. *533 SW 19th Ave.
c. Cantor Sol Pakowitz.
i in. Saturda} B:4fi a :n
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S Miami. Reform Rabbi
t Eaumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
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EETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Con-^r^.il ,i. Rabbi Sol Landau.
nYilliam W. Lipson.
and 15 p m Si
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Bei mon: "The Torah
Roberl sol nl
I Mi irli Mum. r Mlncha
I .' p.m.
St. Conservative Rabbi Avmm L.
Draz.n. C.in-.or Na-han Parnass.
Fi : i" and i> m B
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EETH EL. 510 SW 17th Avenue.
Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
p m Saturdi m
"Purim Thoughts." Mliu-lia
EETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
piro. Cantor Ben Dickeon.
lay < i.m B ibbath of R< mem-
6M9nn: "l'"v" f '" Rl mi '"''-
j vi ill host Hi- I
i f Mr and Mrs
. |d SORT. Saturda) B:46 ft.m Ser-
mber Amities "
Pori Wed.ni. da> T 30
Reading of the
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EE"H SOCOMON. 50 NW 51st Place.
Cons;rvlt;ve.
1:1 :-.i. m ini g Shah-
r i
nf i- l>;rt!i'l.i\ S -llnlliv
M \ p in li.iv Mlizvah:
: n t .Mr and Mi*- Harry
MINYONAfES SVNAGOGUE. 2737
Bird R1 Modern Traditional Cantor
Louis. Cohen.
OR OLOM (TEMPLE). Conservative
8755 SW 15-h St. M-ami Rabbi
P.alrh Z. Glixi.ian. Cantor Benjamin
Ben Ari
Fridan p m Saturdi a.m
Bar M'txt h- M I. : nd
' Harold d Jrfl I Mr.
and M:~. i. ha I
p.m
T1FERETH ISRAEL. 65X1 N. M-lnv
Ave. Cons-rv-'tive. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. Canter fi 'b"rt Glantz.
TI^FHETH JAC^g ITEVLEI 981 F
4*h Ave.. H-al-nh. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice K'ein.
i'- dnj ..,. .. Mmth
Memorl

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ervative. Rabbi Alfred waxman.
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With" in I i.i i-." Saturd;
Rar >' '" ib .! fin | i nf Mr. and
Ml R ibi rl \\V :.n. in
BETH SHOLOM TEMPLE'. 1444
Chase Av.v Liberal, r-i
Kromsh C.ir'or D ivid Convieer.
Fl Iday > Uui-.-l -i.. .1 .1,1..
Robi-ri I* ; I > lor Sou
t'oumil
,. fid.. I'nioli > li
1 'ongn gal I Topli 'How Un
li.....1 Qoen to College." Saturtlai
:i in

BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Av- O-.
thodox. Rabbi Josoph E. Rackovtky,
CUBAN HEBREW CONGRE r. i.T ION
1243 Wasnington Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi
Dow Rosencw.vg.
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ingion Ave. Crnserva-.v Rabbi
Irv ng Lehrman. Cantor Z v Adler.
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sky ''. : i. :, I'-
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HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 Pinetr"-
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander s
Grots.
i Portion "i ill- l-av,
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NER TAMID (TEMPLE) 80th S1 a" I
Ta-.um Waterway. Mortem Tradi-
tional Rabbi Eu'j "e L lb ivitl. Can-
tor Edward Ki-'n
, \ : .t ii, Ri r Mitzi
Mr and
i"lay 7 |n ol l ui m
u.-hi il ii y- .
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OHEV 8HAI OM 7011 c nita Dr.,
o.-. -dox. i,a: p.....,ik Weber-
man
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SFPHi\ROIC JEW'SH CFNTII 645
Collirs Ave. Rab'n Sadi Nahm .is.
CORAt
JUOFJA (TEVPLI
Reform Rabbi I "n-r
r. in
Involvi t'lf I
h.i Mif:
T ui
p m I 'ii-1,-
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EETH TOV (TEMPLE). K43R'SW P'h
St. Con;ervativ?. Rabbi Sien April.
E NAI s4bLOM iTemple). 275 NW
Street. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham M. Cassel.
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Oneg
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50th wedding
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i|pn nf the Week."
MIAMI BEACH

AGUDATH ISRAEL, 7801 Cirlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
p.m Saturday H:A
ui m i urn
The Fa
of Purim 1 ii will hi ihi
Kldduxh
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Purim Festival ushered In ':
.,1 ihe Meriibib. Thursday, March 14,
x n.m. ReiuSlnai ,,f the Megillah
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Av-
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stem
Cantor Meyer Engel.
1 i m Sei
Ih i J P m Pui Im
* "I 11 Mi gillal "-nil-,I n
J'"r,'.h u i.....
M" Klllah.
YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
154.i 41 wash rgton Ave. Rabbi A.
Ben-Hlllel.
NORTH MIAAM BEACH
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ADATH vESHuc,UN (TEMPLE)
nservstive, I .- F '-.r.i St.,
M-ami Gardens n-i Rabbi M-'-on
S i- intky. Cantor Harry Bte
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BETH TORAH 1641 t. and NE 11th
Av- Conservative Rabbi Max Lip.
hiti Cantor Jacob Rr-nzer.
;' II i Mltcvah,
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f l'ui-im islu Killgloii
I. 7:30 I
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Reform. Rabbi Rirhar.i M Levil
Cantor Jerome Klement.
HALLANDALE
ISRAEL (TEMPLEi. OF GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Friday 8:16 p.m, Sermon' "Where wai
Friday 8:16 p.m, Hr Narot, Cantor
Rornstefn the i'mi>l- choir and Mrs.
Drualnsky, harpist, will pre-
;, mm li ii Interpi station of the
i,nk of Paalms,
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th Street.
Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
SRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave..
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
------e-----
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1646
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
Friday 6:16 p.m. Saturday 6:30 a.m.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Av
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Self.
ray Slssc Iman, Joi i (i i. n
"rayson S'orman Oltliti
in-mi" n Mhi 11;m|, fount) I -
School System Topli Tea
ai I hemseb '' Saturdas II
Mltavah Barry, si n of Mr and Mr
Arnold Portnoy, w.-.ii,, ,i.,v .. ,,,
Purim services All services held m
Washington Federal, 869 nk 167th si
MENORAH (TEMPLEI 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
wltz. Cantor Nieo Feldman. YOUNr in ^^T---
Friday 6:11 p.m s.rm..,, MoraMty ami st ,?i G."E*TE" Ml'
".....-'<'" SsMurdaj t a ... s.r- Rabb, Nfuif nS&, Or,hodo,<-
BETH MOME CONC.fcr-.ATION
136 w. Dixie Hwy Conservative.
D-ivl -n,.nfeir|. Cantor B-n
Zion K rachenbaum.
D.m
1 .1 I .
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Portia* nf nil \\.
B'NAI RAPHAE' "111 NW 1"rd St
Conservative. Rabl Chan,., M. Ku.
I Can-nr j.i-i< Lsrner
S'NAI (TEMP' E- OF NORTH Dr)F
Temoorary of'ir.. i3sr.l N f- ^
Av- Reform Rabbi Ralph Kingsley.
S^yhLa KE SVNa'gogUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
wanian
nd '- ., ,., Swtnon' "The
Halmai Mr. i,,n,., nvis
in iV v Wll host the
Oneg ,-i' bbai Saturday 9 a m Ser-
J1'- PUU ,- is- Min.-ha
HALLANDALE JEW'SH CE1
U'6 E. HaMann.ile Beach Blv-1
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (TEMruti. 6. ;
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Monroe S* Conser*
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Lutman.
SINAI iTFMot F 1201
Conservative. Rabbi I
Cantor Yrhudah He
MIRAMAR
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ISRAEL ITFVP E)
Way. Conservative P'
Cutler.
PUMPANC BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPI F
Ave., Conseivativ .
A Skop. Ca-'or Leon
!. In :, m Ser mo i
Bad Me.....le Baturd
SURFSIDE
Friday 8 p m Baturday 9 > '" x..
day 7 ii m Purim rryli es.
nf th- Megiilnh. Thursday. Mi
ii in Reading ol ih.- McgUiMi
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGA
Surfaide Community Cen'er.
rr.ii-, Ave. Orthodox. Rabb
D. Vine.
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fiday, March 8. 1968
* knistnrridlfon
Page 13-A
By YURI SUHL
THEY FOUGHT BACK
The story of the Jewish Resist-
|nce in Nazi Europe has been
lited and translated by Yuri
fuhl in They Fot/ghr Back (Crown
publishers, S5.95).
The question has been asked
ime and time again, "Why didn't
Ihe Jews fight back? Why did
|hey walk to the gas chambers
jnd other crematoria herded like
sheep, thoir only initiative evi-
denced by singing Ani Mamin'
ii Believe)?"
Some who had the foresight
and opportunity to escape Ger-
lam in the early Hitlerian days
pame to this country. Of these
in. have written psychological
explanations for the "lack of re-
pisl ince" which defamed the
Memory of the six million.
The writings were, at times in
eality, Freudian slips, evidenc-
ing a feeling oi guilt based on the
I.ict that they had escaped or sur-
\ it ed.
A few have tried to exculpate
liemselves from their failure to
} id those they left behind.
Yuri Suhl presents the proof
hat Jewish resistance groups ex-
ited in almost every ghetto and
pin filtration camp. In many in-
lances, these groups carried out
pecessful armed revolts.
For too long, the myth that all
ropean Jews went passively to
eir deaths has gone unchal-
,'ed. Raul Hilberg and Hannah
Sndt, among others have con-
-ibuted to the magnilication of
the myth.
ew know of the "Baum-
Gmppe," an illegal organization
of young Jewish men and women
who conducted anti-Nazi activi-
ties during the War under the
noses of the Gestapo. It comes as
no surprise to read that French
Jem-.- were members of the
Maquis but who knows that there
wa* .in independent underground
M c known as "The Jewish Par-
ti Unit of Paris"?
r. Suhl quotes Elie Wiesel's
OSrvation that "the question is
not why all the Jews did not
fi t. but how so many of them
did. Tormented, beaten, starved,
W re did they find the strength
ipirltual and physical to
I?"
was not solely in the Warsaw
tto that valiant defenders of
their lives are to be found. The
roll call of the fighting ghetto
and resistance groups include Bi-
alystock. I.achiva. Tuczyn. Minsk
Kobryn. Brody. Auschwitz and
many others.
It is tragic that so many died.
;s some consolation to know
that they died not only as mar-
tyrs but also as valiant heroes.
It is foitunate that many lived
to record the events of the re-
volts which have been so ablv
translated and edited by Yuri
Suhl. Ewn those who fought in
vain left letters and other writ-
ings of their noble attempts to
save others and themselves.
The documents which form the
core of the book are perpetual
testimony and memorabilia for
future historians to study and for
Jews of all time to read.
Sammy Spear.
Cantor Conviser
Combine Talents
Simmy Spear, orchestra leader
on the Jackie Glenson TV show.
wHi narrate "Jewish MusicThen
and Now" written by Cantor David
i onviwr, at the iourth annual
j choral concert Sunday, March 17.
it 4 p.m. in the Beth Sholom Sanc-
tuary. The program is sponsored
! by the Beth Sholom Festival of
the Arts.
The musical drama will be per-
formed by a 50-voice children's
; cho.r, a 20-member adult choir,
j and feature soloists Salwa Merrige,
mezzo soprano; Watson Dutton.
, tenor; and instrumentalists William
King, flutist and Earl Greenfield,
cellist. Soloists in the children's
I choir include Laurie Gettis, Laurie
i Fredel, LuAnn Smith. Robert Sher-
I man. Mark Kesselman and Greg-
ory Marx.
Fascell Announces
He !s A Candidate
For Reelection
Dante Fascell has formally an-
nounced his candidacy for reelec-
tion to the United States House of
Representatives from the 12th Dis-
trict here in Florida.
Fascell, who has served in the
Congress for seven terms, recently
declared, "I am proud of my vot-
ing record. I believe that human
values come first in America and
my voting record reflects my deep
concern for the people of this
country and my district. America
is strong and productive because
we do place human values first. I
am confident of our ability to meet
the great challenge; we face at
dome and abroad. 1 am confident
that I will he reelected by the peo-
ple of the 12th Congressional Dis-
trict."
As a member of the House For-
!lgn Affairs Committee. Fascell
has consistently "supported U.S.
commitments to assist South Viet-
nam in halting North Vietnamese
aggressions and has voted for all
' appropriations in support of the .
ivar effort."
In reviewing his stand on perti
; nent topics of the day. Fascell
states. "I was a prime force be-
hind the establishment of the Cu-
ban Refugee program in Miami
and bringing federal assistance to
Miami; I have been active in anti-
riot and riot-prevention measures,
and a strong supporter ot the 13
percent increase in Social Security
payments.
"I have supported measures to
restructure and reorganize poverty
| programs and endorsed and sup-
ported social welfare legislation. I
have sponsored legislation design-
ed to redistribute tax dollars to
state and local government units,
and fought for consumer affairs
, protection in meat inspection and
iruth-:n-lendin'-'."
In concluding. Fascell declared,
"I fully expect the voters of my
district to let me know how they
feel about the way I've been rep-
resenting them in Washington."
,
The Book of Deuteronomy
'hug Ivri, Hebrew speaking
group, met Tuesday in the Temple
Menorah library to hear a talk by
\\a\ Katz on the "Book of Deuter-
onomy."
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+Jenistrk>ridttan
Friday. March 8, 1963
Btween Yon and Me:
By BORIS SMOIAR
>
-
Communists Try To Distort Facts Of Holocaust
QGMETHING must be doneand
"* done effecti\ elyto counteract
oi ian zed efforts now being made
by ihe Soviet 'Union, Poland and
other Communist countries to dis-
:. the historic (acts about the
mass-killing bj !!:>' N.i/.is of ihe
6,000.000 Jews in Europe.
-"'^ Attempt.-, to rc-w.'ite the history
of the Holocaust started during Israel's Six-Day War
when tin Communist countries broke oil diplo-
matic relation- with the Jewish stateand they have
since been escalated in the official press oi Poland.
Czechoslovakia, the Soviet Union and oilier Com-
munist bloc countries.
A point was reached recently when the govern-
ment-controlled press in Poland sought to minimize
Ihe mass-annihilation of Polish Jewry by asserting,
in offensive anti-Jewish articles, that Poles, no less
than Jews, were among the victims of Nazi annihi-
lation camps.
In So\:et Russia the press continues to equate
Israelis with the Nazis. The Soviet government ap-
parently has not seen fit to send witnesses to the
West German trial of a uroup of Nazis accused of
'i ecting and participating in the massacre of tens
oi thousands oi Jews m the notorious Babi Yar ra-
vine in Kiev, where many were buried alive. This
trial, now in its sixth month in a German court in
Darmstadt, might have stirred up renewed world in-
Ierest in the Nazi crimes against Jews, had the
Soviet government sent Jewish, or even non-Jewish
witnesses from Kiev to testify
However, the present political line in the Com
Capita! Spotlight
By Milton Friedman
Riots May Trigger Jewish Backlash
Washington
THE COMING SUMMER WILL tell
whether Jcw~ and Negroes can still
work together for social justice.
President Johnson has made a grim
prediction that more race riots are in-
evitable. The President said, "we can't
..vert it." He explained that the best
would be done with the resources avail-
able, but he did not see that anything could prevent more
trouble in the cities this summer.
Reflecting the mood of the nation, a Jewish backlash
is evident. Behind it lies the fear and hate generated by-
last summer's violence. Aggravating factors were the
new manifestations of Black Power anti-Semitism high-
lighted by a few attacks on Israel. Although the extremist
tringe espousing anti-Semitism spoke only for a tiny
segment, the emotional response among Jews was tre-
mendous.
The depth and intensity of the Jewish backlash can
not yet be assessed. Jewish organizations continue in the
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Sidney Silverman
#*OMETIMES the only way to Fj
** whop a big fellow is by a little
fellow. It's the old David and Go-
liath story. Suppose David had
been a giant like Goliath. The
two would have had the same l
approach. No giant would have I
thought of picking up pebbles am
shooting them at his opponent.'
but David as a little fellow saw its possibilities. He
had his experience in dealing with people who
were bigger.
The late Sidney Silverman. the Labor member
of the British House of Commons, was such a little
tellow. He stood no more than live leet in height,
but there was no member of the Commons he was
afraid to take on. Jews perhaps remember most the
way he dealt with the bellowing heavyweight. Er-
nest Bevin, the Labor party leader and anti-Zionist
at the end of World War II.
More recently Silvcrman's. name was in the press
when England passed the bill abolishing capital
punishment. The 300 members of the House of Com-
mons crowded around him to congratulate him.
They knew he was responsible for the outlawing of
hanging in England. Sidney Silverman was popular
for a change.
Most of the time Silverman was not popular.
Thomasjtfaine once said "the minority is always
right." Q takes time lor the majority to catch up
with ther'thinking minority. It didn't matter to Sil-
verman what others might think. It the minority of
onehimseif thought a thing right, then he would
stand up for it.
So he always championed causes for which few-
would speak. Some Englishman said. "If your party
has turned you down, if your friends won't have
anything to do with you, and even your wife deserts
you, don't give up hope, see Sidney Silverman."
Let him believe your cause was right, and he
would speak. The members of Parliament might
groan and hiss. It didn't matter. It was said of the
American abolitionist Wendell Phillips, that he was
at his best when the audience stormed. That might
have been said of Silverman.
He began the fight against capital punishment
twenty years ago. Silverman was also against war.
He voted against German rearmament. Time after
time, he refused to go along with his party. The
most conspicuous instance was when Bevin, the
British Labor party leader and Foreign Minister,
sealed the gates of Palestine to the inmates of con-
centration camps. When every human instinct dic-
tated some compassion for these unfortunates, the
leader supposedly representing idealistic labor re
vealed a Nazi visage.
forefront of national drives for education, health, open
housing, model cities, and anti-poverty programs. Yet the
gap between Jews and Negroes has widened to a degree
inconceivable in 1963. Jews then assumed a leading role
in the "March on Washington" led by the Rev. Martin
Luther King. Jr.
Rev. King in April will return to Washington with a
massive campaign of non-violent civil disobedience. He
will bring 200 trained organizers from each of 15 cities,
including some that had serious riots last summer. His
avowed aim is to "peacefully paralyze" the national
capital until "economic justice" is rendered.
The thinking of Rev. King is in terms of a multi-
billion dollar crash program by Congress to assure jobs
and a guaranteed annual income. Congress is concerned
about other things anti-riot legislation, crime control
laws, and armored cars.
Rev. King has emphasized to Jewish leaders that the
"poor people's" demonstration for jobs and income is
interiaith and interracial. Jews are invited to pitch tents
under the Washington Monument with underprivileged
American Indians. Puerto Ricans, Mexican-Americans.
Appalachian Whites, and non-violent Negroes
The demonstration is not just for one afternoon. It
is a "stay-in," to go on until Congress relents or the
troops charge with bayonets unsheathed, A follower of
Rev. King said the "stay-in" will separate the parlor
liberals irom the freedom-fighters. This causes a measure
oi consternation among those who want to help the poor
but are not quite ready to stretch out in front of the
tanks.
Against this background with the Black Power ex-
tremists yelling lor the blood of "whitey" will the
scholarly gentlemen of the American Jewish Committee
and the gentle ladies of Hadassah find a place for them-
sel\ es?
Much has happened since the idyllic amity of Jewish
Ne jro brotherhood in 1963 and subsequent freedom
marches. Jews found it almost impossible to identity
with the spearhead of Negro activism Even Negro mode
rates fell by the wayside
An interiaith dialogue still exists among responsible
leaders and intellectuals. There are some contacts in the
narrow confines of the New Left and between Jewish
and Negro hippies. But Jewish-Negro relations, on a
people-to-people basis, have all but collapsed reflecting
the wider cleavage between the nation's white and colored.
Jewish individuals, meanwhile, continue to heed their
Talmud Torah lessons. This is seen in the actions of Jew-
ish congressmen, and at the hearings of the President's
Commission on Civil Disorders
munist countriesincluding Poland where the gas
ovens in which the Jews were incinerated are still
standing 88 mute witnesses to the tragic destruction
of Polish Jewryis to downgrade the Holocaust and
to reduce the importance of the heroic resistance
of the Jews in some of the ghettoes.
Jewish leaders throughout the world arc deeply
disturbed by this policy of the Communist countries
They [ear that it may strengthen the hands of neo-
Nazi elements in Germany and create confusion in
the niituN ot the younger generation.
Vad Yashem has decided to call a world con
vention in Israel of concentration camp inmate- and
Jewish underground fighters
The convention, which will last a week, will bring
to Israel thousands of survivors of the Holocaust.
survivors of the Ghettoes, members of the anti-
Nazi underground, former Jewish partisans and
many who took part in the struggle against the
Nazis
The convention coincides with the 25th anni-
vcrsarj year of the Uprising in the Ghetto of War-
saw and with Ihe 20th anniversary of the establish
nient of the State of Israel.
Yad Vashem, the Martyrs' and Heroes' Memo
rial Authority in Jerusalem, possesses 25 million
documents, in original and in films, on the de-
struction of the Jews in Europe during the Nazi
occupation years, More than 60 scholars and his
toriansmo-t of whom were themselves victims of
the Nazisan- engaged in the Yad Yashem on re-
search and in preparation of publications concern-
ing the systematic slaughter. Yad Yashem is also
arranging a special convention in Israel, in April,
uf scholars and historians from various countries to
mark the 25th anniversary of th<- revolt in the
Warsaw Ghetto.
Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Naming The Baby
lAfHAT SHALL WE name the
" baby
Rabbis are asked this question
constantly.
It is customary to honor the
memory of a deceased relative by
bestowing that name on a new-
born baby.
That custom is relatively re-
cent Back in the days of the Bible, children were
rarely named after other people. Indeed, one of the
mysteries of the Bible is why names are not dupli-
cated more. Why is there only one Isaac or Moses
or Jacob, etc.?
And it comes to some people as a shock to learn
that in Sephardic groups children are often named
alter living lathers To most Jew, there is a taboo
against this, a taboo that has been modified con
siderably in some American-Jewish quarters
Names among American Jews conform to cer-
tain fashions. A few generations ago we had many
Sarahs: then we had Sylvias, then Sandras. Now
we're getting Sarahs again. Some Biblical names
are making a line comeback, especially Joshua
and Adam and, here and there, a Noah, not to men
tion Miriam and Deborah, etc.
Often, ol course, grandparcntal names are pre-
served only with the lust initial. Some try to find
out what the name means and then use an English
equivalent.
Israel Newsletter By ELIAHU SALPETER
A Young Country's Aging Leaders
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Jerusalem
ISRAELIS ARE still very happy when
somebody calls their country "the
youngest democracy" or even "one of
the youngest democracies." But younger
Israelis now say that their country is
becoming one of the oldest democracies
in point of age of most of its leaders.
The issue is not new. It goes back -------
to David Ben-Gurion, whom most Israelis affectionately
cal ed the Old Man" for the past 20 years. The same
nickname is automatically applied to any Israeli leader
with the aura of being "young." Mr. Eshkol, who succeed-
ed Mr. Ben-Gurion in the premiership, is only a few
years younger than B.G. But he became head of the
government at a much more advanced age than Ben-
Gurion twenty years ago.
One commentator here suggested recently half in jest
"MitnIfraC!LVP.lead^.rsLCOuld eslabli!* a distinguished
Nineteenth Century Club." Mr. Eshkol would be a chart-
er member of that club which might include President
Zalman Shazar, Speaker of the Knesset Kadish Luz Dr
Nahum Goldmann, President of the World Zionist Organii
zation. Minister of Education Zalman Arrane, David
Horowitz, director of the Bank of Israel and Mrs Gold*
Meir. Secretary General of the Israel Labor Party. Other
candidates are S. Z. Shragai, head of the Jewish Agency's
Immigration Department and the head of the Agency s
iouth and Halutz Department. Eliahu Dobkin.
There is nothing intrinsically wrong if the president
of a state whose main functions are ceremonial is out
seventy. One can also argue that it is no major handicap
for the head of the nation's bank or the President of
the World Zionist Organization to be advanced in years
Jt is a little absurd, however, when the Minister of Educa
tion or the head of a "Youth Department" are too old
to remember when they were of school age.
Mr. Eshkols age too poses a problem. One can point
to Ben-Gurion or the late Konrad Adenauer of West Ger
many, as examples of aged leaders who were neverthe
ess in office. But they were exceptions. Old age by and
large, reduces one's stamina for the sustained effort re-
quired by long arduous hours of work. It is not conducive
to firm resolution (as apart from stubborness) or to pro-
ducing new. original ideas.
The refusal of old men to relinquish public office
is only part of the problem. While they cling to power
tney prevent potential successors from taking office while
stiU in the prime of life.


Friday, March 8. 19G8
* ImMnrwidton
Paae 15-A
Shown at Mount Sinai Hospital's dedica-
tion ceremonies for the new winq of the
Gloria and Leon Lowenstein Nurses' resi-
dence, are: Leon Lowenstein (center). Hospi-
tal founder and life trustee; Baron deHirsch
Meyer (left), president, and Samuel Gertner,
executive vice president. Over 200 invited
guests honored the Lowenstein's at the after-
noon outdoor celebration.
Talmud Contest
Now KsiaMislicd
The Na'ional Torah Education
Society of America, affiliated with
I ho Religious Zionist Organization
announced in New York tne first
Talmud contest.
National president of the con-
test is Rabbi Tibor 11. Stern, spir-
itual leader of the Jacob C. Cohen
Community Synagogue.
The national contest will take
place in New York on Sept. 20th
with major Rabbinic seminaries
and dav schools in America par-
ticipating.
Honorary chairman of the con-
test is Rabbi Joseph B. Solovcit-
i chik of Boston, Mass.
The minimum standard for a
j prize will be ability to recite 25
, pages of Talmud with all the com-
mentaries. Local Mesivta students
i will be eligible for the contest.
General Zionists Support Changes For Movement
TEL AVIV (JTA) The World
I'nion of General Zionists closed
its conference here with the adop-
tion of a program for aliyah (im-
migration), absorption and the re-
organization of the Zionist move-
ment.
The conference urged the Israel
government to "introduce without
delay' 'a new policy on absorption
that would attract immigrants,
particularly from the West.
It declared, however, that immi-
gration and absorption could not
be separated and that both func-
tions must be left exclusively in
the hands of the Jewish Agency
executive.
The General Zionists also sup-
W.Z.O. Unit Approves
New Aliyah Group
ported the idea of creating "circles
Of olim," Zionists pledged to im-
migrate to Israel, but stipulated
that such groups must be com-
pletely outside the framework of
political pai-fies and should em-
brace a wide variety of diaspora .
Jewry.
The conference urged that the
Zionist program be amended to
place greater emphasis on the
fields of Hebrew education, aliyah
and information. It opposed the
concentration of two departments
in the hands of one person and
proposed the abolition of the
American section of the Jewish
Agency executive.
Hebrew Lectures
Given Weekly
Two Hebrew scholars present
the modern interpretation of the
Bible in free Hebrew lectures spon-
sored bv the Moadon Ivri every
Wednesday. 8 p.m.. at the Bureau
of Jewish Education.
Featured speakers are Z\ i Per-
ach-Kwitney of the Hebrew Acad-
emy, who gives an analysis of the
philosophy and the teachings of the
prophets, and Rabbi A. Ben-Hillel.
spiritual leader of Young Israel.
whose field is the weekly portion
of the Torah and its influence on
the morals and history of the hu-
man race.
JERUSALEM has a current popu-
lation of nearly 265.000.
Cincinnati Resident
Wins Sweepstakes
In Mar-Parv Offer
Mrs. Isaac Wainer of Cincinnati
was named first prize winner in
The .Miami Margarine Companj -
nationwide Mar I'arv Seder Sweep-
stakes which was launched last
month.
Mrs. Wainer. a federal employee
with the Internal Revenue Service
there, won a 40-piece Spode China
service and a decorated Spode Cer-
emonial Seder Plate in its own
presentation case. Second prize, a
Seder Plate and case, went to Mrs
Gerald Arvin, Farmington. Mich.
Additional first and second place
prizes will be awarded each month
with winners selected in a random
drawing conducted by Mr. Morris
Rotbart of the Orthodox Jewish
Congregations of America.
i
The Seder Plate and dinner
service are an integral part of the
Jewish Passover celebration and
are both deeply embedded in the
Jewish religious tradition.
AH users of Mar-Parv kosher
pane margarine are eligible to
enter as many times as they wish
during the month, sending in the
margarine illustration from the
carton or hand-printing the words
"Mar-Parv Kosher Parve Marga-
rine" on a 3" x 5" sheet of paper.
Entries may be mailed to Mar-Parv
Margarine Seder Sweepstakes.
P.O. Box 17095. Cincinnati. Ohio
45217,
Continued from Page 1-A
I'incus said an effort must be
made to change the atmosphere
that surrounds Zionist matters in
Israel and to emphasize the mu-
tual responsibility of Zionists and
the government for relations be-
tween Israel and the diaspora.
Dr. Goldmann said that the im-
portance of aliyah notwithstand-
ing, the success of the Zionist
movement cannot be measured
solely on how many immigrants it
brings to Israel.
Mr*. Golda Meir, secretary-
general of the new Israel Labor
Party, proposed the creation of a
new body to be run exclusively by
Israelis which would incorporate
aliyah and absorption functions of
the Israel government and the
Jewish Agency.
Mrs. Meir. addressing the as
sembly. said such a new body
made sense because the present
Zionist leadership can only tell
Jews abroad "go there" whereas
Israelis can say "come here" and
"this may make all the difference"
with regard to aliyah.
Mrs. Meir. herself a veteran of
the Zionist movement and the for-
mer Foreign Minister of Israel,
took a dim view of the forthcoming
World Zionist Congress as an event
that will in any way affect the
problems of aliyah. Nothing has
changed in the field of immigra-
tion despite the fact that almost a
year has elapsed since last June's
war. she said, so why should any-
one believe there will be changes
after next June, she declared.
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$41 Million Raised
At Miami Conference
Continued from Poe 1-A
merit Budget of S28n.000.000 fur
-.he current year.
Ambassador Rabin, stressing Is-
rael's quest for peace with its
.neighbors, said: "We are anxious
:o make peace, but it must be an
honorable peace. We will not ac-
cept any discrimination. We are
ready to negotiate peace directly
under the chairmanship of the
United Nations representative."
He called for the support of
peace-loving people everywhere
for Israel's efforts toward peace
and development, and stressed the
fact that the Jewish people all
over the world were "the only ally
"hat has never failed us."
Vice President Humphrey de-
clared that the United States had
worked very hard in the United
Nations last fall to create the op-
portunity for a real peace in the
region and that the Administration
was ready to extend further help
to achieve it through guarantees
of political independence a-d ter-
ritorial integrity for a'! States, ju:-
tice for ths refugees, the race/]-
niic-d right to national lif-, inno-
cent maritime passag: that would
open the Suez Canal to Israeli
shipping and the limitation of the
arms race in the reqion.
The extent to which the people
of Israel depend on American Jew-
ry and the Israel Bond campaign
was stresied in a cable to the eon
ference from Prime Minister Levi
Eshkol.
Characterizing 1068 as '"a year
of the greatest challenge to Is-
rael," Mr. Eshkol urged that there
be a greater response to Israel's
needs through the Israel Bond
campaign.
Creetir.is to Hw tfelega'es in be-
half of Greater Miami Jewry were
presented by Rabbi Leon KronUi
of Temnle Beth Sholom, chairman
of the Greater Miami Committee
'or Israel Bond*. D. Lou Harris,
rhairman of the Israel Bond drive
for Canada, voiced, the support of
his fellow countrymen for the ob-
jtetives of the Conference.
The invocation was o'.forrd by
Rabbi Irving Lehman of Temple
Emanu-El. and the benediction was
offered by Rabbi Eugene Labov i:i
of Te-nple Ner Tamid. The singing
of the national anthems of the
United States and Israel was led
by Cantor David Conviser.
Other speakers at the Confer-
ence included Abraham Fein
president of the I si I Bond Or-
ganization: Lou;- H. B yar chair-
m of the Board
snd Dr. Joseph .1 Sch
lent of the l- I Or
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Section B
on He; I
tabbi Rubel Is Named
Chaplaincy Service
Charles M. Rubel has
fled to ih<> staff of the i
xiiiy Chaplaincy Service, it
^pounced this week by Wal-
;, chairman of the service's
Committee. The Chap-
Service is a mem her agency
BG: ater Miami Jewish Fed-
^^^Band is funded by the Com-
Bj>"' ; BB'r'-'''"
Rabbi It.ibel. who joins the
Chapla;
basis, v continue as relig'ous
lea^Bat < o.mregation B'nai Ra-
Hc will join Rabbi Solomon
Schiff, 'hi' Comnvjiitj Chaplaincy
eooflBtni'!'. win) has headed the
progi
Mr. I ubervcd thai tlrs ad-
ditional -l by
FedBat i..ct Committee in
296?,
to Jvr Mount S::;.ii llo<;' !al. St.
Franc- Train >i: School on a more inten-
sive basia.
Jackson Memorial Hospital, Ce-
dars of Lebanon Ho-pital. and Jew-
ish Home for the Ag d will con-
tinue to be served on a re mlar
basis. In addition, the pro ram
serves a number of other pubbc
ind private institutions as needed.
in announcing the selection of
Rabbi Rubel. Mr. Falk noted the
spiritual leader's extensive experi-
ence in the labbinate.
In addition to a number of im-
portant synagogue positions. Rabbi
Rubel served as: chaplain of the
Howard Medical Center and State
Institution in Providence. R.I.; as
Jewish chaplain oi the Providence
i'- lice Department; and as chap-
lain of the Davis Park Veterans
nistration Hospital.
He is .1 graduate ol the City
olle e ol New York ami has a
Master's Bnd a Rabbinical degree
rom the Jewi h Theological Sem-
inary
lost Generation/
Parents Or Teens?
"Lost Gen ration Pai
T( i ns or Both?" will be the theme
discussed by parents and t1
i I the YM-YWHA ol Greater
Miami at 2 p.m. Sunday. Larry
King, TV commentator, will serve
as moderator.
The program is a joint venture
o! the YMHA and the Jewish Vo-
cational Service Mrs. Jack Uauin
is chairman ol the Senior High
School Committee of the "Y".
Teen panelists will be Rita Shaw,
Harold Bluestein and Mike Tand-
lich. Participating parents are Dr.
Stanley H. tider, Bernard Weksler
and Mrs. Ruth F'eldman.
RABBI CH&RUS RJBtl
Rhode Islanders Plan Party
The Rhode Island Club of Great-
er Miami, will hold a regular
monthly meeting on Sunday at 7
p.m., in the Washington Federal,
1234 Washington Ave., with Pres-
i, enl Lew Kerness presiding.
Following the business meeting
a Purim party will be held with
traditional refreshments served.
Chuck Hall To
Seek Reelection
As Metro Mayor
Metro Mayor Chuck Hall this
week annoanced his intention of
seeking reelection to the top Dade
County post.
The announcement was issueb
while Mayor Hail was out of the
country and he said he would Im-
mediately qualify alter returning
to .Miami this w. el,end.
G eat Books Group Meets
Hegel's "Philosophy of History"
will be the subject at the (treat
Books Discussion Group mi tin
-,, t 30 o :i Wednesday at the
Miami Beach Public Library.
MR. AND MKS. CHAKLCS HOITZ
Mr. and Mrs. Holti
To Be Honored At
Israel Bond Dinner
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holtz have
been named for high honors in rec-
ognition of their service on behalf
ol the State of Israel. They will be
the recipients of the Israel Service
\ward at the Forte Towers Israel
Dinner of State to be held Satur-
lay evening, March 23, at the
."ontainebleau Hotel.
The Israel Service Award was
initialled m order to give recogni-
tion to outstanding American men
and women who have been in the
lorefr nt of the effort to aid Israel's
economic development through the
Israel Bund program. Heading the
dinner committee are Cantor Saul
Bi h, chairman; Louis Askwvth,
Paul Kesser and Harry Rosenthal,
COChairmen. The Corps of Patron-
Hosts for the dinner is headed by
M ami Mrs. Harry Stern.
Consul General Opens
Imanu-El Art Festival
Iple rtmanu-EI's 1963 Israeli
Art ^Festival opened this week in j
the Ilia mi Reach synagogue's n-w
Social Hall School Building, with
Michael Arnon. Israel's consul-
general, offiating a; ribbon-cutting
""ttrtMonir* which preceded the
ehampagni ivcep'ion honoring the
congregation's Patrons of the Arts.
A presentation of Sholcm Alei-
chem's famed "Tevya and His
Daughters" was scheduled to be
held Thursday ni.ht at 8 as one of
the special events arranged for the
art fi-.-tival. which features the
works o! t!ir Sa:r.,i Art Calleiy
Of Jei-u.-aleiii.
.Unde; lii-- d.rcc'.ion of Trixie
Levin, 'V .;'< : ...i :u; I'.i l'ia>
era were \-.< Uature a one hour
musi; pro lection which was to
mark the retuin oi Mr.-. Harry A.
Levy. ui:e hi :iu- p.e-ident ol the
Player ii i i iim nyi Rosen
strainh, a past pie-idem, plays the
lead : '1 le\y.,
edne-duy night, also at 8. a
ram entitled "The Jew in
;" will be held in conjunction
h the art festival, which is
n Mi through Thursday
weekly through March 17, from 3
to 5 p.m.. and again from 8 to 10
p.m. Friday houis are 10 a.m.
until noon.
Mr. Arnon. formerly Israel's
chief anvoy to Ghana, shared the
scissor^ with Max Boderman. pres- '
ident of Temple Emanu-El, and
Mrs. Harold J Brooks, festival
chairman.
Mrs. Bernard D. Kaplan was
named chairman of the finance
i committee.
Wednesday's program will fea-
ture Mrs. Emil Morton, chairman
of special events and wife ol the
congregation's vice president, and
Cantor Zvi Adler. A selection of
Israeli, liturgical and modern
music is planned.
Other committee chairmen in-
clude Mrs, A. L. Glickinan, pa-
lions; Mrs Sam Luby, Jr., preview;
.Mrs. I.oh Glasser, publicity; Mrs.
Alexander Kogan and Airs. Ren
Essen, hostess; Mrs, Seymour Al-
iei man ami ... Chat les Rosen-
Matt, children's art show; and Mrs.
Andjje Biaioenki and Mrs Richard
hvi ai.'. ai rangements.
B TJ R ID I 1ST E'S
aniei Neai Heller To Address Dinner
Sunday Q. Jewish Convalescent Home
B).m.e| Neal Heller, former na-
>n.. 1 commander of the Jewish
ir Veterans of the C S.A., will
the featured speaker at the
th annual New Horizons nner
the Jewish Convalescent Home
South Florida, to be held Sui I )
Ening in the Grand Ballroom
the Fontainebleau Hotel, it was
DAMIH H. MUM
announced by Leonard Zilbert,
uiairman ol the gala event.
The dinner will also celebrate
he community supported institu-
.ion's Bar Mitzvah or 13th year of
xisi( nee.
So.ne L.OOO persons will be on
land io celebrate the institution's
bar mitzvah" as well as to com-
memorate the final realization of
pl.in> |o, the new and well equip
,-ed quarters.
Two highlights ot the event will
the awarding ol the l!>8 "Man
;l| the Year" award to Seymour
Friend, and the appearance ol na-
tionally lamed comedian Alan
K.ng ai star of the evening's on-
stage entertainment.
The well known nightclub, stage
and TV star will present his regu-
lar night club act which has re-
ceived critical acclaim in leading
supper clubs throughout the coun-
"rickets tor the New Horizons
Dinner, Still available at the
ilonies main office, are S20 per
person, and include a champagne
reception, lull dinner and show.
Dress is optional with black-tie
suggested.
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Annual Festival Of Jewish Musie At YMH\ M.
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By ROSALIND S. ZUNSER
Purim is the festival celebrated by Jews on the 14th and
15th days of Adar. According to tradition, it commemorates the
deliverance of the Jews by Queen Esther and her uncle Mordccai
from the massacre plotted against thein by Haman. arch anti-
Semite and minister to the Persian King Ahasueros. husband of
Queen Esther and believed to be King Artaxerxes of history.
It is the one holiday in the Jewish calendar in which the
carnival spirit is prevalent. Nowhere is the carnival spirit more
manifest today than in Israel and for understandable reasons.
There, the |>cople feel that through some divine miracle they,
top. were saved from fiendish plottings to exterminate them by
Hitler, the modern Haman.
During the holiday unrestrained hilarity is rampant, with
parades, floats and general conviviality. Since the population in
Israel consists of refugees from nearly eighty countries, children,
and even some adults, dress up in their former national costumes,
which in Oriental and African countries can be very colorful.
Here is a suggestion for the menu to celebrate the gala
occasion:
Chopped Herring
Chicken Soup
Roast Duck
Chick Pea Salad
PURIM MENU
Olives Celery
Fresh Fruit
Pareve Hamantaschen
Carrot Sticks
Noodles
Rice Stuffing
Tea and Lemon
Mohn Strudel
PAREVE HAMANTASCHEN
\i lb. Pareve Margarine or any (
I
vegetable fat
]'- tablespoons white vinegar
It* tablespoons ice water
1 tablespoon grated orange rind
Juice of orange
Juice of '-.' lemon
1 medium apple, peeled and
grated
Dough:
l'a cups flour
14 teaspoon salt
2 egg yolks
Filling:
1 cup water
8* cup sugar
':; lb. ground mohn
1 tablespoon any jelly
Combine 1 cup of the flour, salt and margarine or vegetable
fat and with a pastry blender, blend same until it is like small
pebbles. Mix egg yolks well, add vinegar and water and remain-
ing half cup of flour. Mix together and refrigerate overnight
Next day roll dough a quarter inch thick, cut into 3 inch circles
Place some of the filling on each circle. Pinch edges of circle
together over filling leaving about 1/3 in the middle open Bake
at 400 degrees about 20 minutes.
Cook altogether until light consistency and refrigerate over
night. May add raisins or chopped nuts to the above
MILCHIG HAMANTASCHEN
I
International musical i"
Jewish Music Festival to be held
a| the YM YWIIA hi Greater Mi-
ami at 8 p.m. Saturday. March 16.
cultural arts chairman is Mrs.
Ray Berrin.
The presentation will accent the
contribution of Russian Jewry to
Jewish music and support the pres-
ent efforts to combat suppression
ol cultural and religious activities
under the communist rule.
Highlighting the evening will be
The Shalom Trio, composed ofZe
mach Yariv. Dalia Dinur and Arie
Kaduri, who have just completed
a Latin American tour and were
featured at The Subra in Mexico
City Miss Dinur recently celebrat-
ed her 20th birthday and won sec-
ond place in the Miss Israel com-
petition. Yariv was in the thick ol
the fighting during the "Six Da)
War." The troupe will sing inter-
national favorites.
The Dahlia Dancers will spe-
cialize in Israeli folk dancing, and
Gene Bass will present a serie- of
international folk songs.
The recently formed YMHA
Gola Costume Dance Party
The Senior Citizens Club of the
North County YMHA will celebrate
Purim with a gala costume party
and dance at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday,
at 16951 NK 4th Ave President is
Esther Klein.
The costumes will be of the
"Roaring Twenties" era. and
prizes will be awarded for the best
costumes.
* lfi
rs under the direction of musical background f
Mrs Paul Draiier will present a Dancers """"kdJ
The only non-fat
milk that tastes i
fattening.
Dough:
1 ^ lb. cream cheese
'- lb. butter
2'i cups flour
1 tablespoon sweet cream
Filling:
1 lb. lekvar lb. chopped nuts (optional i
- lb. dried apricots Sugar to taste
Blend above ingredients with a pastrv blender and rcfri-
erate overnight.
Wash and cook apricots in water to cover until it is like jellv
Cook with lekvar (prune jelly) until it is smooth, add chopped
mils if you wish and sugar to your taste.
Roll dough one-fourth inch thick, cut into 3-inch circles
Place edges of circle together over filling leaving about 1/3 in
the middle open. Bake in a 400 degree oven until cakes brown
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Paqe 3-B
Diet Fleischmann's visits Miss Israel
"Shalom," we began ralhcr hesitantly.
"Shalom," she smiled, "that \% very good."
"So's your English," we observed.
"I study English in school," she said, "but I
learn much more since I have been in this country."
"How long do you intend to stay?" we
inquired.
"I have a visa for six months." she said, "1
intend to look for model work here, and if things
go well we shall see..."
"You are very pretty." we forthrightly volun-
teered.
"Thank you." she said. "I take care of myself.
I watch what 1 eat.. ."
"The very reason we're here," we said. "Are
you familiar with margarine?"
"Oh, yes."' she smiled, "in Israel we have all
the latest things. Even mini-skirts."
'"Well, we make a product called Diet Fleisch-
mann's. It looks and tastes like regular margarine,
only it has half the calorics and half the fat."
"How do they do that?" she asked.
"It's very involved." we said, "but the impor-
tant thing is that it's made from corn oil, so while
the calories go the flavor stays. Would you like to
try a little?"
We spread some Diet Fleischmann's on a
piece of diet bread which we nad thoughtfully
brought along.
"Mmmmm...ii is very good." she volunteered.
"It has a very fine flavor."
We smiled, maybe a little ovcranxiously.
"Then would it be all right if we used you in an
advertisement for Diet Fleischmann's?..."
"But, of course." she said. "It is very good.
And it is for dieting? ..."
"For people who are watching what they eat,"'
we explained.
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+Jewlst> thrldi&n
Friday, March R lggg
Women's League Petite Luncheon For Scholarship
The National Women s LeaRiie
of the United Synagogue of Amer-
ica. Florida Branch. Torah Fund
Residence Hall petite luncheon will
be held at noon Thursday. March
21. at Temple Menorah
Guest speaker will be Rabbi wives and benefactors
Mayer Ahramowitz. Eddie Shafer
will entertain.
Mrs. Oscar Sindell,
""<* Torah Fund.Re8Me;i0J*
The luncheon wj(| honor lister- chairman, will chair the lunc|
hood presidents. Torah Fund- Mrs. Arthur J. Brown is Bran'-k
Residence Hall chairmen, rabbi.-' president.
Dr. E. Sterling Nichol (center), founder of ihe Miami Heart
Institute, presents the Institutes Humanitarian Award to
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Weintraub for their civic and philan-
thropic endeavors.
Book Reviewed By Dr. Lehrmaii
The third book review of the
1967-H8 season, sponsored jointly
by the Sisterhood and Parent
Teachers Association of Temple
Emanu-El. will take place at 10
a.m. Wednesday in the ballroom of
the temple.
Dr. Irving I.ehrman will review
the non-liction best seller. "Be-
tween Parent and Child" by Haim
G. Ginott.
Brunch will be served at 10:15
a.m. Reservations for the book re-
view may be made at the temple
Office. Mrs. Henry Gewitz and Mrs.
Joseph A. Rubinstein are cochair-
men.
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this month's Mar-Parv Seder
Sweepstakes Winner! She ii the
delighted first prize winner of a 40-
piece Spode bone china service and
an elegant ceremonial Seder plate.
YOU CAN WIN,TOO!
See Mar-Parv carton for entry
rules or write to: Mar-Parv Mar-
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In convenient foil-wrapped slices and
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Buffet Suggestions
by Esther Feinberg
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The festive holiday of Purim will
soon be celebrated in most of our
homes. Here are some suggestions
to make it even more festive. I'm
sure several of the intriguing buf-
fet-type recipes belov/ will make a
------MEATS------
Glazed Rock Cornish Game Ken
2 tablespoons ketchup
A: 2 teaspoons lemon >u ice
! ,'4 teaspoon basil
'. '8 teaspoon pepper
I,'3cup HEi.LMANNS'VBEST TOODS* Peal
Mayonnaise
6 Rock Cornish game hens,
trussed and stuffed.
Combine first 4 ingredients, then gradually
blend in Real Mayonnaise. Place hens
breast-side down on rack in roasting pan.
Brush with part ol glaze. Roast in 375*F.
;moderate) oven 20 minutes. Turn breast-
r.ide up Brush with remaining glaze. Roast
until tender, about 40 minutes. (You'll find
Hellmann's/Best Foods stay3 creamy ond
smooth, even when heated.)
O-'i
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DAIRY-
Salmon Capsr Souffle Salad
2 cups boiling water
2 3-oz packages lemon llavored Kosher
gelatin
1 cup cold water
1 4 cup vinegaT
1 cup HELIMANN s'/BEST FOODS*
Real Mayonnaise
2 teaspoons salt
3 cups llaked cooked salmon
1 1/2 cups celery
1 /4 cup capers
1 teaspoon minced onion
Pour boiling water over gelatin in bowl Stir
until gelatin is completely dissolved. Add
cold wcter, vinegar, Real Mayonnaise and
salt; blend with rotary beater. Pour into
freezing tray or metal loal pan Chill in
freezing unit about 20-25 minutes or until
lirm about 1" from edge of pan. but still soft
in center. Turn mixture into bowl and whip
with rotary beater until fluffy and thick. Fold
in salmon, celery, capers and onion. Pour
into two-quart mold or individual molds.
Chill in refrigerator (not freezing unit) about
45-60 minutes, or until firm. Unmold. Serve
garnished with salad greens, tomato
wedges and additional Real Mayonnaise,
it desired Makes 8 servings.
Three-Way Cottage Cheese Dip
Basic Dip:
1 pound cottage cheese
2/3 cup hellmann's8/best foods* Peal
Mayonna: le
1/2 teaspoon salt (optional)
1,2 teaspoon Kosher Worcesteri'r.ire scuce
Dash white pepper
Combine cottage cheese, Real Mayonnaise,
rait, Worcestershire sauce and pepper. Di-
vide evenly into 3 bowls. Leave one portion
plain Add a selected variation to each re-
maining portion Makes about 2 cups ba_.3
dip.
To 1 /3 basic dip, add:
1/3 cup raisins and 1 /4 cup grated carrot
OR
1 /4 cup diced celery and 2
tablespoons ketchup
OR
1/4 cup finely chopped radish /
and 1 /4 cup finely chopped I
cucumber
OR
1 tablespoon dried chives
OR
1 teaspoon chopped parsley
and 1 teaspoon chopped
pimiento.
special hit with your guests Also,
since they're quick and easy to
prepare, you'll find them v.elcc: e
during these busy days. Or, :cr
that matter, at any time o: the
year! Happy entertaining!
Party Ribbon Sandwiches
I (8-ounce! package crearr. chee.'S
1 teaspoon chopped chive:.
'. 4 pound Cheddar-type ch< |
about 1 cup)
I 3cup HELLMANN S* PESTiCOCi" ?.: 2.
Mayonnaise
1 pimiento, chopped
Dash cayenne pepper
!6 slices white bread
8 ",lices v.'hole whoat bread
HERMANN'S.BEST IC.2S* Real
Mayonnaise
B!.na cream cheese and chopped
Combine Cheddar cheese, 1,3 c .
Mayonnaise, pimiento and peppe- Set!
Iillings aside
Trim crusts irom breed and flatter
slightly with rolling pin. Spread white r
wMB Real Mayonnaise, then spreao
these xlices with chive mixture. Sp.-e-
whole wheat slices with Checiua- mix! .
Make 8 Macks of 3 layers each, begmnin
with chive layer, then adding Cheddc:
er. then remaining white bread may?: i
side down Chill Cut each ?tacle ii I
strip: -i .-. "ip in hail Makes 60,
-
PARVE

Anchovy Stulfed Eggs
20 anchovy hllets, finely chopped
!/2cup HELLMANN'S1'/BEST FOOCS" Pea!
Mayonnair.e
1/2 teaspoon grated onion
10 hard-cooked eggs, halved lenglhwi ?
Remove yolks from hard cooked eggs
Combinc with anchovy fillets. Real Maycr-
naise and grated onion. Fill egg wh
with mixture. Makes 20 stuffed ha'.v
(Hellmann s/Best Foods is the c:e^ ..
smooth-blending mayonnaise )
Salmon and Cucumber Party
Sandwich Filling
1 cup flaked salmon
1/2 cup choppy I cue imkx r
1/4 CUP HE! MANNS1 BEST FOODS* F ll
Mayonr. i
1 teaspoon lemon juice
Combine all ingied.v:.- "
1 1/2 cups.
Dunker's Salad
1 CUp HELLMANN S-EST FOODS* F.
'' i m
1/4 cup ketchup or chili
2 teaspoons vinegar
1/2 to 1 teaspoon grated onion
Dash sait
* Raw vegetable pieces
B'.end Real Mayonn "
a onion and salt Serv< P
with raw vegetables. Makes al ill
""""} 'Carrot and celery sticks, cuCui
slices and small ch
may be ui

Best Foods
NEUMANNS
Mayonnaise
I Cornucopias
2 slier
lANM'l I
Mayonnai. a
ToothpiL
Trim crusts from bread. '.'
each slice slightly With
pin Brush or spread both
ol each with Real Mayonn
Roll up to lorm cornucopia cr. i
fasten with toothpick. Place en
ungreased baking sheet Bake In
375'F. (moderate) 12 to 15 min-
utes or until lightly browned.
W,0,,heBo^,.H.,lrn(mn-,M0vonnol.,5known QS ^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ ^


A Iti
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UJoM
JewisHi Floridian
:. ups In The Miami Chapter Hadassah
Slate Benefits.. Happenings, Love Ins
Friday. March 8. 1968
Paqe 5-B
CJA-IEF Spring Ball
Will Benefit Campaign
The Hadassah Medical Center
at Em KaTem, Israel, will benefit
from a dinner dance sponsored by
the Aviv* Group of the Miami
Chapter of Hadassah Saturday
March 16. The gala affair will take
place in the ballroom of the Four
Ambassadors. Cochairmen Mrs.
Morris Herman and Mrs. Allen
Michaelson will accept reserva-
tions.
reparations were completed
this week for the Spring Bali of
the Young Women's Division of
the CJA-IEF, to be held Saturday
nmht at W'estview Country Club.
2iidl \'\V 119th St. A cocktail re-
ception at 7:30 p.m. will precede
Ihe gala dinner-dance, scheduled
tn begin at 8:30. according to Mrs.
Ilenr.v Weiss, chairman.
Although there will be no solici-
tation of funds at the ball, a mini-
mum donation of S50 for each
\ uman attending is required. A
limited number of reservations
still ..... available, with a dinner
charge of SI" per couple, in addi-
ti.n to the contributions of those
altendi:
Dress is optional, but black ties
predominate at the annual event,
which has made the Young Wont-
en Division a leading factor in
the Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
[emergency Fund, according to
Mrs. Sidney Schwartz, chairman
of the overall Women's Division.
Mrs. Myron .1. Singer, campaign
vice president and chairman of the
pacesetters division for the Young
Women, said a preliminary tabu-
lation of donations indicates that
contributions are running more
ihan 25 percent ahead of the rec-
ord 1907 CJA pace.
Mrs. Lewis Silberman. special
gifts chairman, is working closely
with Mis. Kobert Shapiro, presi-
dent of the Young Women's Divi-
sion and with two other campaign
vice presidents. Mrs. Kobert Trau-
rig and Mr.-. Harold Gaffin.
Six area chairmen are enrolling
new women contributors from
North Miami Beach to Perrine.
They are the Mesdames Lloyd Rus-
kin. Harold Brooks. Albert Wein-
traub, Daniel Franco, Philip Bloom
ami Thomas Reach
Plans for Saturday night's Spring Ball of the Young
Women's Division of the Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund, which will be held at the Westview
Country Club are discussed by (from left), the Mesdames
Myron J. Singer. Lewis Silberman. Lloyd Ruskin and
Thomas Reach.

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Group at 8 p.m. Thursday. March
14. at the home of Mrs. Leon An-
dreas, 221 4i**caya Ave., Coral Ga-
bles. A bingo night. Saturday.
March 30, at Hillel House will raise
funds for the Alice Seligsberg High
School tor Girls in Jerusalem.
Members of the Chaim Weiimann
Group will present 'The Happen-
ing." a vaudeville show night, at
8 p.m. Sunday, March 17, at Car-
penters Hall, 151 NW 37th Ave.
A noon luncheon meeting is
lated for the Torah Group Mon- ,
day at the Pythian Hall. 4601 West "rs. Ham Kornfield is chairman.
Flagler St. Heading the program
is a review of the Robert Lewis
book. 'Michel. Mchel."
Tcchnion Women
To Hear Editor
Mrs. H. Franklin Williams, pres-
ident of the American Society for
Tcchnion South Dade Chapter
Women's Division, announce^, a
10:30 a.m. meeting Thursday,
March 7. at Temple Israel of
Greater Miami. Guests were to be
members of the League of Women
Voters.
Don Shoemaker, editor of Th
Miami Herald, was to speak on
"Israel. Retrospect and Prospect "
Mrs. Dorothy Krieyer Fink was to
discuss the Tcchnion Women's
role "Helping People to Help
Themselves."
Mrs. Morton Silberman. presi-
ded of the Florida Region of Ha-
dassah. will address the Naomi
Group a I its general meeting Mon- '
day. She has just returned from
Israel and will tell of her recent
travels there The group, which
meets at the YMIIA of Greater
Miami. 8500 SW 8th St.. at 8:15
p.m.. will also see a film. "The
Goal Was Peace.'' a story of the
Six-Day War. Also planned for the
Naomi group is a "Hippie Love-In"
Saturday. March 16. at the home
of Mrs. Alvin Burger. 6161 SW
11th St. Mrs. Bernard Moskowitz
is chairman ol the 8:15 p.m. partv.
:> benefit Hadassah's Medical Cen-
ter.
A Purim skit will be featured at
til-' monthly meeting of the Tikvah
North Dade BB
Fashion Show
The North Dade Chapter of
B'nai B'rith Women will sponsor a
noon luncheon and fashion show
Tuesday at The Embers Restau-
rant.
Proceeds will go toward aiding
the Bellefaire Home for Emotion-
ally Disturbed Children in Cleve-
land. O.. one of the several B'nai
B'rith Women's philanthropies.
Mrs. Charles Winneker is in
charge of tickets.
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Friday, March 8. l%g
Bade Proclaims CJA-IEF Month
Mayor Hall Calls
For More Support
Emergency Fund Effort
Women's Chairman Urges
The continuing emergency in i
Israels people as firmly and gen- |
erously as they did last June, Mrs. |
Sidney Schwartz. Chairman of the i
Women's Division of the Combined |
Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency j
Fund, declared today. In fact, she
Bald, the level of giving was ex-
pected to be even higher since
there had not been time in June
to organize a separate Women's
drive for the Emergency Fund.
This time, the Division started
organizing very early for the 1968
drive, she explained, and has set
up the machinery to reach into
every home with the story of the
Emergency Fund and the general
drive.
"The problem is not so much in
getting the gilts," she added, "but
in getting the whole story across
to everyone. 1 know that any
woman who truly understands
what is at stake in Israel will not
only give, but give more than she
ever has before."
Mrs. Schwartz pointed out that
Libyan Jews
Flee After
June War
GENEVA What may be the
last chapter in the 2.500-year his-
tory of the Libyan Jewish com-
munity is now being enacted in
Italy, Louis D. Horwitz of Geneva,
director-general of the Joint Dis-
tribution Committee tJDCi. declar-
ed last week.
JDC, which is financed through
the annual campaign of the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal in Greater
Miami, is the major agency serv-
ing Jewish needy overseas.
At the beginning of the Six-Day
War in June, there were approxi-
mately 3.100 Jews in Libya. Mr.
Horwitz noted. "Of these. 2.!>00
have thus far left their native land
for Italy, leaving approximately
200 behind." he said. "Further
movement is going on. In all like-
rhe continuing emergency, coupled hhood many or pcrhaps all of these
with an already unbalanced econ- 200 will also be leaving."
jmy and unemployment, made it
S. SCHWARTZ
impossible for the Israelis to con-
tribute directly to immigrant aid
the massive costs of the war and programs as they have in the past.
Mr. Horwitz noted that of the
2,900 who came to Italy only 600
were able to care for themselves.
"At the very beginning of the in-
flux, the Itaiian Jewish communi-
ty, the United Hias Service (the
Am tican Jewish migration s?rv-
Ke for ad countries except Israel)
a\j that eventually served 2,300
men, women and children," he
said. 'Only 4S0 of these are itiil
en our assistance rolls today, the
Others having by this time found
ways to help themselves."
Paving tribute to the United Mayor Hall cited the I \ ...
Jewish Appeal lor its "history ot i major American Jewis
magnificent achievements in sav- | ion rats n:; funds for tl
in"'and rehabilitating millions of tation of Jewish imi
Jewish lives, and particularly for |I-rael and their reset11
its historic aid to the people of and to provide hi
[srael during the Six Day War in to hundreds Of tho -,
June. 1367." Mayor Chuck Hall [ees and distressed '
of bade County has proclaimed women and children
March as Combined Jewish Ap- countries.
ieal Israel Emergency Fund Mayoi Hall point) :
l!>68 the CJA musl
Emergency Fur I ci
long as conditions i
in Israel. The CJA,
assumed fuii resp i
Mime half-a-mill on
whose absorption inl .
cial and economic
otherwise be undul)
post-war factor-.
Th-.' Israeli taxpaj
Already burdened to I
the high cost of the u.
continuous necessity -
purity measures Fui re i
I ;i. r available for s
cial services as the ca
a ,\l an.I sick, the ph)
mentally handicapped
p. ople whose educal
nee I di astic a ssisti i
: i>v v .. i b\ e n il
modern
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and !'.'
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. ti .' s :
n
dt at< nu .
MAYOR CHUCK MAU
month. He urged citizens of a'l
faiths to support Greater Miami's
snd JDC joined in a program of CJA-IEF campaign ill !>ehall
w ide Cnitcd J N |
Emergencj Fui d drive I rhu
tar a.i a a ce the | :
a I ..!..i loi ;. Ji else-
in th ..
In h's o.ficia
One of the most productive m letina Id to dcrte
was a Lawyers Diviei n dinner hosted by Arthur
Courshcn. Loft lo right, are Mr. Coui ihon; S?n.
Wayne Morse, pr'n-p:! spjaksr at the CJA-IEF
function; Leon :' >'.cn p'esident <~[ he Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and L. Jules Aikin, chair-
man of the Lawy trs Division.

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Hiqhly successful camp:
amonq Greater M I
Jewish communi!" ."'
records established durfcia
57 CJA-IEF camp ...- .. G
over details of an inl : i
person-to-person approach
above! left to right, Aron K si
ton, secretary of the Hebrew
Cuban committee; Rabbi Dov
Rozencwaiq, co-chairman: and
Miguel Brazlawskv, co-chair-
man. Not Dictured is co-chair-
man Morris Gimelstein.
The Benefactors V a f01 ih Wcm ns DIvl
nu. Z JJnJSnS FQCe ec;dy IS ,he can
gifts of S10C0 or more to the CJA-IEF toe
House. Mrs. Jules Rosenberg, seated, v .
Tea and serves, standing, left to hi M \' 1
weaker; Mrs Sidney M. Schwartz cfa
ma, t\. l. truckman chairman of ,-
on; an
The Miami Beach Community Sinqers (Dicturprl rhnvol ,.,;n .....
Israel" on Monday. March 18. 8 pT fathe Mami S^Jr A, Musical Salu<* To The Land Of
The program, which will be honoring the^tKL!T2\ jr{Um' 1/lh btr93t a,ld Vvashmgton Ave.
Israel Emergency Fund, will have Tqtst SfelftS "iT" ^^^ IwishAppeal -
The Miami Beach Community Stag*.I^TuSr^^J^itSr^^ '' ^^ ^^'^


Friday. March 8. 1968
*le*isti fhridlian
Page 7-B
YOU KNOW
HOW YOU
LAST
Those hours, and days, and nights huddled by the TV and the bedside radio. The shock of June 5. The relief with news
of victories in the air, in the Sinai, in Jerusalem, against Jordan and Syria. The tragic loss of life and the injuries which
will never heal. The deadlock in the UN which continues.
And the needs at home also have grown as Greater Miami's Jewish community has grown. The youngsters at the YM-
YWKA and the Bureau of Jewish Education, the senior cit zens at the home for the Aged, the Y, the Jewish Vocational
Service. And perhaps you at the Jewish Family and Children's Service, or at Mt. Sinai Hospital, or the Community
Chaplaincy Service. Or was it a friend. Or a relative.
You can help. Telephone 373-0411 and enroll in the CJA-IEF campaign. As a worker. As a contributor. As both. Do it to-
day. You'll be glad you did.
G
grc
Growing children need nutritious fcod that is rarely provided in many Immi-
jrcnt homes in Israel. The most immediate need is for funds enough to provide
hot lunches fcr 50,000 more preschool en i s-hoo! children. This will brinq
number in the school lunch program to 225.000 out of a total of 600,000 eligible
on a nationwide bacis.
They come from
-.. : :.lca.
And ihe a
virt
many with only the
c'othes on their ]...... a reunions
with It mil es. Aim .. fami-
lies who p '--.. But they
have corr.3 home. No 5 live. With your help.
The Ioint Distribution Committee resumed operations in Ruman x in 1967 after a lapse of 18 years. More than 500 attended the
community seder pictured above in tne Choral Synagogue m Bucharest Passover supplies sent ia by the ]uC last year to
Rumania alone included c'ose to 350.000 rx>unds of matzoh; 85.000 pounds of matzoh meal and shmura matzoh, wine and other
supplies. The United Jewish Appeal, largest single beneficiary of the CJA-1EF, supplies all of the IDC's finances. And since last
June, the needs have multiplied.


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Friday, March 8, 19:3
We
the
Women
PRISCILLA
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
"Hello World, this is a new day." And with that Pris-
cilla (Mrs. Morton) Jerry jumps out of bed and starts
her new day.
She was born in Brockton Mass..
her Bostonian roots still show. A
quiet child, whose undergirding of
her secondary school years was
playing in the symphony orchestra,
she had taken violin lessons ever
since the fourth grade. She has a
faint feeling that it was a mediocre
orchestra, but not to her.
Her family moved to Lake
Worth. Florida. There she attended
slate of trauma. With her precise
state of trounia. With her precise
upbringing she couldn't get used
to the idea that most of her school-
mates came to school barefooted
She attended the University of Miami on a scholarship
from B'nai B'rith and in return worked at Hillel House
She also taught Sunday School at Temple Israel.
It was at this lime that she decided much to her chagrin
that the world could well afford to do without her violin
playing
One month after graduation. Priscilla became assistant
director of the Anti-Defamation League. It was as if she
had emerged from a cocoon and unfolded. She feels that at
a certain point in life the individual finds himself in some-
thing that makes him aware of the fullness and vastness
of lite. It was this experience with the ADL. according to
Priscilla that pulled together all of her ideals and crystalli-
zed them. It allowed her a personal meaningful evaluation
and gave her a certain thrust that allowed her full espies
sion.
She met Morton when she was giving a book review and
they were married in 1958. A week befare their first child.
Pamela was born ADL gave a testimonial for her. Anything
after that would be anticlimatic so she stopped working.
Their second child is a boy. Aaron.
Every time she found a bit of time she used it well.
For instance she did the Interreligious Seminar for ADL
at the University of Miami. When the government gave the
University money for Urban problems was called in. Now
she is assistant director of the Urban Affairs Projects. They
are trying to develop meaningwul projects in this area. She is
also teaching a course at the University on human relations,
to juniors and seniors. She finds this most exhilarating.
This new generation is as bright, concerned and ego-
centric as the last one. These young people, according to
Priscilla. won't accept the old middle class way of life. They
are concerned with all the world and are searching as
their predecessors did but not in the name ways.
On Saturday mornings she teaches "Comparative Re-
ligion" to the confirmation class at Temple Israel Priscilla
is always home when the children come home from school
The raising of their two children in the Perry family is
motivated by love. Both children are warm human beings
and decidedly verbal. Well, after all. look at their parents
So a lot of talking at, talking to and talking with goes on in
that family.
Morton has a high sense of public committment. He is
Chief of Rackets and Frauds in the State Attorney's office.
He is out speaking three or four times a week. When
women are included at the meetings Priscilla always goes
along. But when she stays home by herself and the child-
ren are tucked in bed she gets that delicious feeling of
solitude and has time to think.
Priscilla's philosophy is clearly defined. It is to find
meaning in what she is doing and to utilize to the best of
her ability in the time alloted to her.
j; .. 1 ii... ,.,
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MEWS (LIB OF TEMPLE XER IAMID
7902 CARLYLE AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Presents a Gala Concert
"PURIM NIGHT
WITH THE RENOWNED
CANTOR KLEIN"
WEDNESDAY EVENING, MARCH 13th, 1968
8:00 P.M. MAIN SANCTUARY
General Community is cordially invited
Sandra Silver stein to Wed
Melvin Frankel in April
Sandra Silverstein, 2195 Bay
: Dr.. and Melvin F. Frankel will
exchange vows April 7 at Temple
i-'manu-Kl.
The engagement and marriage
plans arc announced by the bride-
elect's mother. Mrs. Tillie Martin.
: 1612 Michigan Ave
The prospective bridegroom is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Frankel. 795 I.akeview Dr. A grad-
; Bate of Miami Beach High, he at-
tended Cornell University and
earned a B.A. degree from the
University of Miami and an L.L.B.
from its law school. He received a
L.L.M. degree in taxation at the
New York University School of
Law and is a former assistant city
attorney for the City of Miami
Beach. He is now in private prac-
tice.
His fiancee, now on the faculty
ol Melrose Elementary School, is
a graduate of Miami High and re-
ceived a degree in education from
the University of Miami.
Women's League For Israel, MB
Plans Anniversary Donor Dinner Dance
The Lincoln Miami Beach Chap
I4 the Women's League for Israel as
well as the 20th anniversary of
the State of Israel with a donor
dinner dance at the Algiers Hotel
i at 6 p.m. Tuesday. March 19.
The Women's League for Israel
has established five homes in var-
ious places in Israel for young
women newcomers, and a training
i center for the blind and handi-
capped in Natanya. The League
also build a Student Center and
You, Your Heart and Food
The Sisterhood of Temple Za-
mora will hold a regular meeting
Wednesday evening in the social
hall.
Highlight of the evening will be
a talk by Mrs. Lucille Goldman on
"You. Your Heart and Food.''
sponsored by the Heart Associa-
tion. Mrs. Ike Gordon is program
chairman.
Dr. Louis Finkelstein (riqht),
chancellor of the Jewish Theo-
loqical Seminary of America,
qreets Dr. Royal W. Puryear,
president of the Florida Me-
morial Colleqe, at a recent
meetinq in Miami Beach.
two dormitories at the Hebrew
University and will build dorm
tories for girls at Mount Scopus"
Mrs. Jay Dermer. program
chairman, has planned the enter
. tainment which will feature Stisai
j Meyerson. soloist, formerly of the
Opera Guild. Miss Meyerson re
cently returned from a two-yea
; concert tour of Europe.
Other performers include Alex
ander Dellerson. baritone, and
Aida Yaslo, concert pianist. Rabin
Ralph Kingsley of Temple Sinai
will be Puest speaker.
In charge of reservations are
.Mrs. Emma Ratner, donor chat
man, and Mrs. Alexander Dell,
son. president. Funds raised u
go to the home in Natanya.
Civic Leader At
Men's ORT Meet
The Greater Miami Men's Ch.,
ter of the American ORT Feeler j
tion will hold its next regula
meeting at 8 p.m. Thursday. Man
14. in the Chase Federal, 425 41-
St.
Gueat speaker will be civi< Ii
el Herbert Magnes, whose subje
will be "Special Interests Whi
Is Miami Beach Going?"
Paul M Taylor is president
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Farbaud Branch Plans 2 Affairs
Chaim Weizmann Branch. Far-
band, will have a general meeting
and Purim party at 7:30 p in Sun
day in the Washington Federal,
1234 Washington Avc.
Guest iirtist will be Cantor Abra-
ham Seif of the Kneseth Israel
Congregation.
Refreshment hosts will be co-
chairmen David Freed and Mrs.
Freed.
The annual dinner of the branch
will take place at 7 p.m. Sunday,
March 24 in the Alamac Hotel.
Dietary laws are observed. Sandra
Caller is in charge of reservations.
Mrs. Leonard Rosen (second from left) has
been named chairman of the 20th anniver-
sary supper of the Hebrew Academy Wom-
en to be held at 8:30 p.m. Saturday. March
23. at the Deauville Hotel. Also shown at a
recent tea to plan the event are (from left):
Mrs. Samuel Rosner, president of the qroup;
Mrs. Isidore Spolter, cochairman of the
event and Mrs. Joseph Shapiro, who will ba
quest of honor.
)inner Fuwls To
]ancer Research
The North Miami Beach Victory
nit Women's Corps of the Papa
.icolaou Cancer Research Institute
till hold its second annual dinner
Sauce in the Cafe Pompeii at The
Eden Hoc Hotel Sunday evening.
A cocktail party at 6:30 p.m. will
be followed by dinner and the reg-
ular nightclub show starring Don
tickles and I.ainie Kazan.
All proceeds of the evening will
kill be donated to the Papanico-
aou Institute for Cancer Research,
charge of reservations are Mrs.
loward Goodstein and Mrs. Justin
pegel.
Students' Parents Sponsor Carnival
The parents of the Religious
School students of Temple Ner
Tamid will sponsor a Purim car-
nival Sunday in the Sklar Audi-
torium, starting at 11 a.m.
Games and prizes will be the
highlight of the day's activities,
and special guest will be Rick
Shaw, disc jockey of Radio Sta-
tion WOAM. who will distribute
prizes to w inners of the dance
contest.
Luncheon will be served and
there will be a white elephant sale.
The committee chairman is Mrs.
S. George Trager. Members of the
committee are educational direc-
tor Bruce Richman. head teacher
Emanuel Fedcr, Mrs. D. Prichason
Alain I-ombard, music director
&f the Greater Miami Philhar-
nonic. will conduct Bizet's "Car-
nen" at the Metropolitan Opera
New York for the second mc
his season on March 8. Featured
the east are mezzo soprano Re-
na Resnick as Carmen, tenor
ames King as Don Jose, soprano
lary Ellen Pracht as Micaela. and
baritone Thomas Stewart as Es-
camillo.
Metropolitan Opera soprano Ei-
leen Farrell will be soloist with the
Greater Miami Philharmonic at
its next pair of concerts on Mon-
day at Dade County Auditorium
and Tuesday at Miami Beach Au-
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Paqe 11-B
lathan Adelman. Longtime Miamian,
i'jccumbs Here Feb. 28th At Age Of 80
Jewish Orthodox Synagogue, now
I Beth Kl. "Mr. Adelman also had
served as president of Sholem
Lodge. B'nai B'rith. He was a life
member of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America and belonged to
the Little River Lions Club.
Survivors include a son. Charles,
a daughter, Mrs. Marcie Cover-
man, and a brother, Jack, all of
Miami: a sister, Rachel Adelman
of Washington. DC. and live
grandchildren.
Mad Hatters Purim Party
Cantor Ben Zion Kirschenbaum
>V)J,| present Jewish, songs, old and.,
new. jn toouor of Jewish Music
Month, at the regular monthly
21st Annual Dade County Outstanding
Citizens Award To Be Presented In April
April 5 has been set as the
meeting bT the Beth Mbsh'e Sister-' 'leadline for nominations lor the
hood Monday evening. There will Dadc ^oua^ Outstanding itizens
also be a Mad Hatters" party for
Purim. and a social hour.
Beth Am Sunday Breakfast
Award which will be presented ,
this year on or about April 18. ac
| cording to an announcement by
iSanford M. Swerdlin, chairman of
the 21st Annual Dade County Out-
. standing Citizens Award Commit-
tee.
The Award is presented each
I year to "that man and that woman
who. in the eyes of the judges,
MILLER
At the monthly Temple Beth Am
breakfast sponsored by the Temple
Brotherhood Sunday at 10 a.m., .
Rabbi Herbert Baumgard will dis- i !,avc Performed the most outstand-
cuss "What Every Jew Shou Id ta* sln? e func/'" f,n' ,he ,d
and welfare of the entire Dade
Nathan Adelman
(athan Adelman, founder-owner
e Adelman Pipe and Steel Co.. ADELMAN,
Feb. 28 at the age of 80.
vices were held March 1 at
don Funeral Home with inter-
nt in Mt. Nebo Cemetery.
Harry A. .;s. ,.f 434(1 Nautilus I>r
died March 3. He .am. here 4i years
ago from Akron. detii of I. and II Miller Co., general
contractors, and an early pkmeer (
.Miami Beach. H is survived by his
wife, Jeanne K. of M.B.: 1 i>r.-.- sons,
Justus .1. ami Daniel of Ml:, ami
Theodore H. of N..M.H.; a daughter,
Mrs. Roslynne Kaplan of Atlanta:
two sisters. Mrs. Frieda UsMi- and
Mrs. Betty Woolfe of M.B., and i"
grandchildren. Services were h.id
March 5 at Tho Riverside Alton it.i.
ChapeL
Know About the Challenge to the !
Jewish Father.'"
County community during the pre-
ceding year (1967).'-
Card Party and Bingo Set
A card party and bingo has been
pr. Adelman, who lived at 9231
66th St., with his son-in-law
daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Hy
jrcrman. came here 43 years ago
m Hagerstown. Md., and found-
his company in 1929.
first president of the Miami
Nathan, 30 of 1*231 SW >;t;ih St., died
February ^s. He came here 43 y.ars
ago from tfageratown, Md., and was
owner Of Adelman Pipe and St. 1
Co. which he founded in I!'"!'. He
was (he first president of the Miami
Jewish Orthodox Synagogue, now
known as Beth BL He was a life
member of the Zionist Organisation i .
of America, a past president of planned by the Menorah Chapter
shoiom u.dg,. ivnai iirith and a of B"nai B'rith Women for 12:30
member of th,. Iji11- Hirer Lions ~ .. ., .
lub. He is survived by son, Charles p.m. Tuesday, at the Jordan Marsh
Ad.iman: a daughter, Mrs. Marcie | Auditorium.
i overman: a brother, Jack Adel- i
man. all of Miami: a slater. Rachel I
Adelman of Washington, D.C.; and
five grandchildren, Bervlces were
held March ^ at Gordon Funeral
Chapel with interment in the family
plot at Mi N'ei.o Cemetery. Dona-
tions in memory may he made to
the Florida Lions Bye Hunk.
Additional Obituaries. Page 10-C
Sinai Students in Purim Play
Temple Sinai Religious School
students in the seventh grade will
, present a Purim play at a special
I assembly to be held on Sunday at
,. the John F. Kennedy Junior High
Nominations may be made onh
by recognized civic, service or so
cial groups.
The patron of the Award is the
Dadc Federal Savings and Loan
Association of Miami. Joseph If.
Upton, president.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 63038
IX MS: Estate of
JOHN BRBNKACS a k a
.!iHN BRANCA8
I.....eased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby Riven that l have
fil. .1 my Final Iteport and Petitioi.
for Distribution anil Final Discharc..
as Administrator C. T. A. of the estat<
of JOHN BRENKAC8 a/k a JOHN
RRENCA8, deceased: and that on th.
:'7th day of March, I98, will apply to
the Honorable County .luilKes of Had.
County, Florida, for approval of said
Final Report and for distribution and
final discharge as Adminlstratoi
C. T. A of the .state of the above
nami d decedent. This sth day of March,
19(18.
MAI.1-IH.M II FRIEDMAN
MALCOLM II FRIEDMAN
Attorney
223 8. E l-'ii'st Street.
. Miami. Florida
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THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78185-C
IE: Estate of
BLED H. wH.I.t;u.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
\11 Creditors and All persons Hav-
Claima or Demands Against Said
lie:
I are hereby notified and requlr-
preH.-nt any claims and demands
rh you may have against the
He of CHAItl.F.S II. WIUJIII, de-
ceased late of Hade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Ihicle County.
file the same in duplicate anil as
sld.-d in Section 733.lt'.. Florida
Rates, In their offices In the County
grthouse in Made. County. Florida.
m\ calendar months from the
f the first publication hereof,
fche same will be barred.
Hod at Miami. Florida, this 28th
i.f February. A P. 196S.
LBON A EPSTEIN
An Administrator
st publication of this notice on
ih day of March, 196S.
>N A BPRTEIN
true) for Administrator
Lincoln Itoad
ni. Reach. Florida
3/8-1C-32-29
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
Case No. 68-76
INfi riVNICK,
aintlff,
vs.
pUOKIE MOSS, a single woman,
etidanl
NOTICE OF SUIT
MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE
ARLINGTON M" 188
: -''I S vV "M" Street
\\ ashlngton. l >. C.
Di", ARLINGTON MOS8, at. here-
ntlfied thai h Complaint lo fore-
certain mortgages on the follow -
described property, to-wlt:
t ... Block 80 of LINCOLN CITY.
ni.,,, c, according to the plat
reof. recorded In I'lai Hook 48,
".. ..I the Public Record* of
idi County, Florida: Including
buildings and appurtenances
cat.,1 thereon.
[been filed agalnsl you and you are
glred to serve a copy of your An- I
Pleading to the Complaint on i
Plaintiff's attorney, 8CHLI88EL
[ER A; (il(t>SS. 605 Lincoln Road,
Beach, Florida, and file the
inal Answer or pleading in the I
of the Clerk of the Circuit .
|rt on mi- before the ftli day of ,
til. 1968. If you fail to do so. Judge-
Ill b) li. fault will be taken agalnsl
for the relief demanded in the
Iplalnl
notice shall be published once
,\... I- for four Mi consecutive
111 the JEWISH FliORIDlAN
PNE and ORDERED at Miami,
le County, Florida, this 5th day of
eh. I'm.'
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Section C
;rael Scores United Nations Vote *
|0n Return Of Mideast Refugees
fITED NATIONS (JTA) The unbalanced version" of Security
General Assembly
sd Nations Human Rights
lission. with Israel not par-
[ting in the vote, adopted this
a modified four-power reso-
which atfirmed 'the right of
e inhabitants who have left
the outbreak of hostilities in
{Middle East to return" and
on "the government con-
ed" (Israel) to "take the nee
ry measures" to facilitate their
rn without delay.
original draft, submitted by
Yugoslavia. Pakistan and
Council and
resolutions.
The Security Council had ad-
dressed its appeal to all govern-
ments in the area. Moreover, there
v.as no justification tor picking out
"a single alleged right" and cast-
ing it in the form in which it ap-
pealed in this draft, he said
The draft, he stated, was harmful
because it ignored the peace ef-
forts of the Secretary-General and
his Special Representative. It was
unjust, he said, because it tailed to
Congo, had referred to inhabi- ,aKe accoun, 0l ,iH. harassment! to
which Israel was subjected by con-
tlnual breaches ol the cease-fire.
""displaced or deported The
|itications were proposed by
Other modifications offered
Prance were not accepted.
Shabtai Rosenne of Israel
'the Commission that he could
agree with the statement of
I sponsors that the proposal re-
led only humanitarian consid-
lions. He asserted that the
tosal "presents a selective and
States said the revised text was an
improvement, although his gov-
ernment did not agree with every
point in it. He said he supported
the draft, on the understanding
that it was designed to cover the
same area and people as the orig-
inal Security Council resolution.
Dr. Maurice L. Perlzweig of the
World Jewish Congress told the
Commission that Jewish minorities
in some Middle Eastern states
were passing through a phase of
utmost difficulty "very close to
the worst which Jews have ex-
perienced up to this time."
Louis Gadon (center), veteran teacher at the Beth David
Congregation Religious School, was honored by the con
gregation recently lor his 30 years ol service with the pre-
sentation foi himsell and his family of a trip to Israe.
Shown presenting Mr. Gadon with a ocrr-hment scrou
listing the names of the participants are Mr. and Mrs
Morris Rabinowitz. ___^__
Dues Reductions Fail To
Attract Young Families
He said there
gent
was need for ur-
with
iza >Ie
a
NEW YORK (JTA) The peren- metropolitan areas
action on the Arab refugee nial problem of enrolling and re- ; Jewish populations reported
average of only 14
year during the past
He said he was keenly aware of problem, but the same applied to taining young married couples in recruitment
the plight 01 the refugees. The Is- ,he Jcwish minoritv. The interna. svnagogues is not 1 i k e 1 y to be couples per
rael delegation, he said, honed
that, with the establishment ol a
just peace, the Arao refugee prob-
lem and all oiher problems would
receive a just solution.
Morns B. Abian. ol the United
tional community had not been
able to take any strong action on
this matter, he pointed out.
solved by' such practices as ex- three years. While 17 percent I
empting them trom synagogue the surveyed congregations ma::
dues during their first year of tain recruiting committees aimel
Marrieds. in only 19
,wer Jewish Volunteers Willing
Work In Negro Ghetto Areas
He asked that persons impris- ^"conservative" congregations,
oned or restricted in these conn
tries should be liberated, and that
those who found it difficult to re-
main should be allowed to go and
their going be facilitated. These
dues .....
membership, according to the at Younj.
views of a group of administrators percent does the rabbi conduJ
special "missionary work" among
unatliliated Young Marrieds.
A majority of such administrat-
ors polled in a new survey, spon-
sored by the National Association
ol Synagogue Administrators, gave
a low rating to the practice. 60 per-
people were defenseless unless the cent reporting that they telt this
fASHINGTON (JTA>A severe
in the number of Jewish vol-
lers for community projects in
jro ghetto areas has occurred
because of tear ot violence, ac-
aarding to a report made this week
Ht a .-tud> conference of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women.
Summarizing the ""consensus of
thinking and feeling" at worK-
shop held bj 300 women from all
rts ol the country. Mrs Herman
lav itch, a member ol the Wash-
Ion subcommittee of the nc.iw
ram, said, "The predominant
iude alienating our white mid-
- class liberals and in turn our
[ear of going
disl11 ssed : ieas
in a dozen local council
iraeli Freighter
Tracked By
i>vict Warship
\il\ (WNS) a Soviet war-
i in ihe Mediterranean trailed
Israeli vessel for several hour-.
|e first incident of its kind since
naval presence of the Soviet
ion in those waters.
Reporting the incident, the mas-
r of the Israeli freighter said he
lane several abortive attempts to
bimunicate with the Russians.
p changed course when the Is-
li seamen radioed Haifa for in-
tructinns.
units from various cities reported
! that they can no longer find Jew-
ish volunteers to work in Negro
areas.
One city had to abandon a day-
care program because oi this. An-
other had 18 resignations because
it was serving Negro areas where
crime rates had risen. Another
section reported that Women in
Community Service (WICS), an in-
terracial group, was "practically
going down the drain" because of
.ack of volunteers
Mrs i: II i\ itch said. "While all
agree we are v alking on thin ii e
nave no bll int to follow,
we must refuse to In intimidated
| In:.I a aj to work with and
i [i r Ihe Negro
h who live in the inner city
bound lo suffer from Negro
anti Semitism, Dr. Paul Phillips
Cooke, presi lenl ol the District of
Columbia Teachers College, told
the conference.
Dr. Cooke said thai as "the vis
ible symbol"' Of money and power
in the ghetto, "the corner mer-
chant is the first one likely to be
Struck in times ol disorder."
international community tried to
help them out of their predica-
ment, he declared.
He .stressed that "the Jcwi-h
stereotype has grown out of
the experiences ol poor Negroes
with merchants who have high
pressured them, who have sold
them shoddy goods, and whose in-
terest rates are high."
The educator reported that anti-
Semitism is alive in the black
ghetto.
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Israelis Growing
Impatient At Arab
Stalling On Talks
LONDON (JTA) The foreign
editor ol Ihe Financial Time-, m-t
returned from a visit to the Middle
East, declared this week that he
!, und in Israel "many alarming
po lar eontempl for
Ihe Arab world, an arrogance
, h coul! become da igi i ous and
foolish as well as distasteful."
Accoi lo J. D. F '
"there is no adequate sign thai Ihe
Arabs will be ready to enter into
the sorl ol negotiations which Ihe
Israelis require" or thai "the Is
raeli governmenl is worried by
whal appears to be a growing dip-
lomatic isolation."
Mr. Jones believed thai unless
the I'.N envoy. Ambassador Gun-
nar Jarring, made some unmistak-
able diplomatic progress very
soon. "Israeli businessmen, diplo-
mats and politicians are going to
have to look into the long term
implications of the occupation of
Arab territories."
With regard to one of those ter-
ritories, Mr. Jones said that Israeli
experts estimate the Sinai penin-
sula to contain sufficient oil to
provide 40 million tons a year. In
addition. Israeli and international
teams which have been "furiously
surveying" the Sinai since last
June's war. have found a profusion
Ol minerals including manganese,
lead and coal.
It was reported from Tel Aviv
that all territories occupied and
administered by Israel since last
June's Six Day War have ceased
to be regarded as "enemy terri-
tory" and will be referred to by
their official geographical names,
week by the Minister of Interior.
according to B directive signed this
The areas are Samaria and Ju-
daea. Wesl Bank; Golan. Syria; the
Gaza region and Sinai. The direc-
tive was promulgated because
procedure had no value in recruit-
ing young married couples and 90
percent that it had no value in re-
taining them.
For the survey. 110 question-
naires were distributed, with 45
administrators responding of which
41 replies were usable. The four
not usable were from congrega-
tions with no married members
under age 31. Young marrieds
were defined in the survey as be-
tween the ages of 20 and 30. There
were 2,388 young married couples
in the 41 responding congrega
lions, averaging 58 young married
couples per sj n
The couples paid an averagi ol
S88 a year in congregation dues,
ly more than hall ol the av-
eragi older I milit -' dues. The
average annual income of the
joung married couples v.
551 000 The survey concluded that,
considering such incomes, the of-
fer ol Iree membership for the firs!
or second year was not realistic
ally a "poverty concern."
The survey found that 57 percent
of the responding syn?.-jogues
maintained nursery-kindergartens
that children of member
Of the average of 42 Younj
Married couples recruited eve:*
three years, or about 14 per year,
losses were about ten couples in
the same period for a general ne-
gain in Young Marrieds of about 10
percent a year for the three years.
The administrators were asked
fo list their views on the reasons
lor the disproportion between the
large potential and the small re-
cruitment and offered 19 respons-
es. The seven main reasons wen:
economic, synagogue not valued,
lather spend on material thing-.
synagogue -tress on finances and
fund-raising was an alienating fac-
tor, presence of too many oi
person.-, synagogue religion not
meaningful and Young Marrie
are nol "religious minded."
administrator- repoi I
thai when Young Marrieds i
moth ated to join, it is generally I >
,:. Idren in re i|
rvey su that,
.! ihis was an accurate assessmi \
i was i ant to find answen
to such questions as why the so
lion ol v arious family developmi
ori blems musl precede affilial i
and why Young Married- do not
assume responsibility for th
own religious commitment "in
: projecting it upon the '
children."
A Jewish militarv chcplain shows pupils of his Hebrew
school a copy oi a Megillah. the scroll read dunnq Purim
services and relating the story o Mordecai and Esther.
and
Young Marrieds in such nursery-
kindergartens averaged 19 per
school, with tuition fees averag-
ing about $240 per child per year.
No special or reduced fees for
Young Marrieds were reported, in-
dicating that the Young Married
parents of the total of 296 children
reported enrolled in synagogue-
operated schools "value this ac-
tivity enough to pay full fees."
Not only are Young Marrieds
lacking in synagogue membership
hut those who are members are
only slightly involved in congrega-
tional activities Relative to the
116 Young Marrieds (58 couples'
in the reporting congregations, the
average number per synagogue on
synagogue boards was 2.6 individ-
uals, seven on synagogue commit-
tees, and practically none in leach
ing or youth leadership.
The administrators were asked
for estimates ol the number of
prospective synagogue members
among Young Marrieds in their
hitherto anyone entering "enemy synagogue neighborhoods The re
territory" was liable to prosecu- 1)lies indicated a range ol 50 to
tion under the anti-infiltration law. 2,000 such couples, with an aver-
Officials stressed that this did not aSe of 200.
reoresent anv change in Israeli .... j
poll v in regard to the occupied However, administrators, v
territories. congregations-meaning those in
JAMES MADISON, fourth presi-
dent ol the United State-, spen
considerable time studying theolo-
gy and Hebrew after he graduated
from college
Rabbi Isaac L. Swift, ol Enqle-
wood. N.J.. will be the featur-
ed speaker at the inauqurai
dinnei meetinq of the Ace
demv Brothers Association,
tc be held at 6:30 p.m.. Tues
day at the Hebrew Academy.


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F"day. March 8,
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^Awbout people and /~#<
OH THOSE POOH HUSBANDS
Erma (Mrs. AD Podvin didn't have a luncheon,
she had a feast! She cooked for three days before
her Italian buffet luncheon. The centerpiece was
a tray piled so high with goodies that it looked
like a bouquet but was really the antipasto. After
the lasagne and the veal not much room was left
for the main course, sliced beefsteak. The Pod-
vins' two dogs, Demi Tasse and Bmtus. had a
feast, too. But how much could Brutus eat. he"s a
toy poodle that fits right into the palm of Erma's
hand. Among the women who certainly weren't
going to feel like cooking dinner for their hus-
bands Uiat night were, Mrs. Norman Kline, Mrs.
Irving Miller, Mrs. Sam Robinson. Mrs. Sidney
Mass, Mrs. Saul Morgan. Mrs. Herman Halpern,
Mrs. Herbert Meyers. Mrs. Sheldon Spector. Mrs.
Ray Jay and Mrs Norman Arkin.
THE BLASBERGS HAVE A NEW HOUSE
Larry and Arlene Blasberg moved to Miami
Beach. They have a lovely home OB Allison Is-
land. The first party they had in their house was
last week. If Arlene could survive tha! one.
nothing will ever bother her. She said "the house
looked like a disaster area" even with the gorgeous
masses of red and while Rowers, Seventy people
were united for a steak dinner. Everything was
set up around the pool area when it started to
rain. So everything had to be moved inside. Larry
is a member of the board 01 Fu"eral Directors
of America. They had as th,-ir guests the board
members from all over the I'nited States and
Canada who were attending a meeting down here.
The Blaabergs hou>e sue-:-.-. Wf ar.d Mrs. Harold
Ciaiiich of New York, and Mrs [ill Blasberp help
ed greet the suests and make 'hem welcome.
ALL TOGETHER AGAIN
Minnette Wolf's apartrnent in the Crystal
House is bursting with happires* Minnttte had
her three sor.s and their families together for
dinner. Bud an guests. They live in Gary. Indiana. They are en-
route to home from a vacation in Mor.tego Bay.
They were joined at dinner by the Abermans who
live in Miami. Jules and Carol. Shell} and Rona.
It was some reunion because the Miami Aber-
mans had ai! of their children with them. Seven
grandchildren for Minnette to spjil!
THERE ARE NOW TWO AND TWO
First there was Mona ar-d Lisa Keller. Then
along came Douglas New to make it even, two
boys and two girls, Bren Lewi- joined the morn-
throng. The baby came before the house that
Daniel Neal Heller and his Diane were updating
was ready --'cme people wait forever i -ell their
house. The Hellers i eirs rig iy and had
to get out. They full} expected to be in thei-
homt.....d sett e the bal ai
Instead they are .-. ., two bedroom apart lent
living out of carton; "..;.- says Brien to
just like Dnr. he looks Just tiki
Dan hut mo g rge wouldn't write
thai
A TOAST TO YOU
Flocerce Ktipp ng as if she had
never been sick a day in her life she had serious
surgery the end at last year) was in a stunning
white dress, with black lace hose ar.d =hoes. every
red haii ir. place. She toasted twr friends and
thanked them for being herfrerds for these many
years. This was c: c kn.'heor: she gave at the
aces .
Holiday Inn. Perky little hats on place cards
showed everyone where to sit at the luncheon
table and where to sit at the canasta tables after-
wards. Among the guests were Mrs. Charles I.y-
man, Mrs. Len Weiss, Mi's. Joseph Swimmer, Mrs.
Sam Grossman, Mrs. Jack Robbins, Miss Marilyn
Babitz. Mrs. Jack Feigenbaum, Mrs. Mike Brenner.
Mrs. Harold Sweet, Mrs. David Marder. Mrs.
Florence Karnal. Mrs. Lawerence Preiss, Mrs. Mike
Albert. Mrs. Selma Gallup. Mrs. Gus Wortsmann.
Mrs. Saul Milberg, Mrs. Josephine Cooperman,
Mrs. Burt Jacobson, Mrs. Harold Cruder.
ONE WHOLE MONTH
Miss Elsie Schwarbe with her brother and
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lester A. Schwarbe.
left on a months trip to Europe. They had heard
so much about Instanbul that they are going there
for a look-see. Rome and Israel are included in
their itinerary' Their last stop is Brussels, then
home.
LADIES AND GENTDEMAN
That's the way that Mrs. Martin Spector
welcomed those who again attended the Alpha
Bpsilon Phi Alumnae Association's Book Scholar-
ship fund raising affair in the University oi Miami
library. The lone man was Ben Horowitz and his
wife is Esther. Along with the large attendance
he was captivated by the speaker. Hilary (Mrs.
Leo) Mindlin. Leo better look to his laurels as
a speaker because Hilary was just great. She
looked stunning in a vivid orange and yellow-
outfit. Even though she was in enemy territory
imOBg tha A E.Phis, Hillary is a Sigma Delta Tail,)
everyone was enchanted. She certcgnly isn't
afraid to give her opinon and that she did on
even tim-.,; from the war in Viet Nam. the
teachers walk-out. literature and art. all the am-
biguities of the present day world Among the
sorors and their guests were Mrs. Elmer Fried-
iran of Chicago, a former national treasurer, stay-
ing the winter at the Imperial House. Mrs. Bart
Cohen. Mrs. Steven Tobin and her mo'.her, Mrs.
Rae Mack, from Hollywood. Fla.. Mrs. Barbara
Rado. Mrs. Spector, Mr<. Norman Brown. Mrs.
Rudolph Singer. Mis. Clara Leonard. Mrs. Alvin
Cael. Mrs. Jeffrey I^icouit. Mrs. Fred Ober.
Mrs. Robert Werner and Mr>. Burton Levey.
SHE SPOILED THE SURPRISE
Eobbie Rothbera had planned a surprise birth-
> for her husband Dr Robert Rothborg.
But her mother Mrs Ethel Stern gave the secret
was .: great pain anyway even if he
rne.v ab-iu: it it was very patriotic, verv Abra-
eoiri-:-.. c,-rge VVashingtonish and Li-
bert} Belli i the kind of decorations for a
1 en to the flags on the big birth-
- _1 layed party games and danced
ll.ey are so new I can I
member this date when
Or ando becat -. his Mi save
him a v itch H m charge of pi .gran
for tn rs ir the physical edueat'on department
at the new university In Orlondo, Florida Teehno-
startii .. next fall. Among th >se at the
party wore Dr. and Mrs. Bob Adler. Mr and Mrs
Saui Cohen, Mr and Mrs. Stanley Bulbir. Mr and
Mrs Clnford Suchman, Mr and Mrs Morns
Levitt. Mr and Mrs. Marty Stern. Dr. and Mrs
Robert Satzrr.an. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Friedman
and Mr. und Mrs. Richard Septlen.
Frances Lehman
V.

Victim Identifies Crimes Suspect
MILAN (WNS) A deposition
Identifying Hans Kruger as the SS
captain who ordered and dirt-cted
the seiiturc cf Jews fron 'heir
homes in a Milan suburt during
the war was giver here by ir.
Italian v.on,an. Mr- En.-; Pe-
pere. who recognize? the iefer.d.-
ant from a photograph
The deposition was taken by a
commission appointed by the court
in Osnabreuck. Girirany. where
Kruger is on trial
Mrs Pepere. whi is th. daugh-
ter of a former uimcr<*it>- profes-
or, told the hearing that or. one
occasion she persona!!} was drag-
ged lor deporta'ior. by Kruger's
men even '.hough sh< protested she
was not Jewish
She alsn witnessed th<- abduction
of one of her Jew ish friends, who
v. as carried off in a truck never to
be heard irnni again.
An.it:.... witness. Stfr. Columella.
former mayor of the resort town
of Baven, on take Locarno, test!
fied that he alerted Jews to im-
pending deportations, but that
many of them were misled by the
deception of the SS men in the
'own. who deliberately displayed
| friendliness toward Jews in order
to trap then into their nets
The Nazis in their deception, he
told the commission, even went so
far as t.;< invite Jews to a celebra-
tion marking the deportations.
On another occasion, they had a
, Jew read letters from a public
square from alleged Jewish de-
portres who said they were being
treated well and that, in apprecia-
tion of the hospitality shown them,
they were sending gifts of money
to the township In fact, the mon-
ey had been looted from them by
the Nazis.
Still another witness, a woman,
testified she saw a woman being
dragged off for deportation desoite
her protestations that she WM not
Jewish. The woman's body was
later found near the scene of the
a I. duct ion.
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Programs Range From Skits To Films
For Miami Beach Hadassah Groups
The* *-Viami Bach Hatesah
[groups have scheduled meetings in i
March which include luncheons,)
Purim skits, musical entertain-
[rnent and the showing of films.
* e
The Eddi* Cantor group an-
nounces the date of Thursday,
I.March 21. for their Youth Aliyah
[function at the Fontainebleau Ho-
Itel at 12 noon. Special entertain-
I merit will be presented by Little
|Tania. child performer. Mrs. Fred
Jonas is president of the group and
|Wrs. Joseph Lessner is program
chairman.
The Fori* Towen group will
bold its meeting Monday at 12:30
i.m in the North Building Audi-
torium. A Purim skit of songs will
be given by Mrs. Sadye Padden
anil Mrs. Jen Rosenberg with Mrs.
Jetty DeWitt at the piano and dia-
siiue by Mrs. Sylvia Danzig. Mrs.
"ranees S. Sass is president and
Mrs. Ida S Klite. program chair-
lan of the group.
< < *
The Shalom* group will hold its
nicheon meeting at noon Tuesday
the Algiers Hotel. The program
rill include the film "The Upward
load," courtesy of Mercantile Na-
(onal Bank Mrs. Manuel Feier-
iecond Jew Named
fo Canadian Senate
OTTAWA iJTA) Lazarus Phil-
ip-, ul Montreal, this week became
second Jew appointed to the
lanadian Senate. He was named
|v Prime Minister Lester B. Pear-
Dii in what was probably his last
Ippointment before retiring as
iailer of the Liberal Party. The
li-t Jew to be named to the Sen-
|te was David A. Croll. in 1955.
Mr. Phillips, a native of Mont
eui. is a director of the Royal
pa:ik of Canada, the Montreal
rust Co and other firms. He is
honorary vice president of the
Canadian Jewish Congress and
>:is ben. active in Jewish cum-
lunity h:e m Canada. Mr. Phillips
72 and expected to serve in
|1." Senate until he reaches the
retirement age oi 75.
man. chairman of Youth Aliyah,
will be guest speaker. The group
will hold its Youth Aliyah lunch-
eon at noon Monday. March 25. at
the Carillon Hotel. (Juest speaker
will be Rabbi Jonah E. Caplan
with the featured entertainment to
be Xorbert's Variety Show. Mrs.
Joseph Rappaport is program
chairman with Mrs. Manuel Feier-
man serving as chairman of the
day. President is Mrs. Irvin Sha-
piro.
*
The Morton Tower* group will
hold its meeting at 11:45a.m. Tues-
day in the new Forte Towers Audi-
torium. Luncheon will be served,
followed by a discussion on "The
New Israel As We Saw It." Panel-
ists include Mesdames Mildred
Feinsilberg. Mary Gerstman. Elsie
Hershman and Rose Markley. Mrs.
Samuel S. Goldberg will be mod-
erator Mrs. Emanuel Mentz is
president and Mrs. flattie Wagner,
program chairman.
On Sunday. March 24. Mr. and
Mrs Charles Nusinow will enter
tain at an I ma and Abba luncheon
at the Forte Towers new ballroom
lor the Morton Towers group. Mrs.
Hattie Wagner will entertain in a
medley of songs, with Fred Zucker
supplying the music. Inia and Abba
chairman is Mrs. Charles Ruden-
berg and Mrs. Beatrice Frohman
i> chairman of Youth Aliyah.
The Bay Harbor group will hold
its regular luncheon meeting at
11:30 am. Monday at the Balmoral
Hotel. Mrs. Debbie Wernick, presi-
dent of Miami Beach Chapter, will
be jtuest speaker. Mrs. Benjamin
Steinmuller is president of the
group.
The Esther group will hold its
luncheon meeiing at noon Monday
at Waldman's Hotel. Mrs. Michael
Feinstein is president, and Mrs".
Isabelle Slavit. program chairman.
The new Triton Tower group will
hold its luncheon meeting at noon
Thursday. March 14. at the Algiers
Hotel The film. "The Upward
Road" will he shown, and Council-
man Joseph Malek will entertain
with -0114- Mrs. Faye B rkeley is
pri sident
I Hemophilia Unit Luncheon
Luncheon meeting of the Delia
Delancv Chapter of U\e^ieuiophrHa
Foundation was slated for noon
Thursday at the Bel Aire Hotel.
^Mrs."t*3h Cdell is chapter presi-
dent.
Pioneer Women
Donor Luncheon
'Salute To Israel9
"Head StartIsraeli Style." an-
nounced by president Mrs. Milton
Green to be the theme of the
j donor luncheon of the Greater Mi-
ami Council of Pioneer Women,
i will be held Sunday. March 17. at
i noon, in the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Highlighted by the appearance
of national president Mrs. Rose
Kaufman, who will be coming to
! the affair from an inspection tour
of Israel, the afternoon will also
: feature a musical "Salute to Is-
' rael" by concert artist Salwa Mer- ,
rige.
Mrs. Kaufman holds executive
offices in a score of international
organizations including the Ameri- I
can Israel Public .Affairs Commit-
tee, the North American Section of
of World Jewish Congress, the
American Zionist Council. Israel
Bonds, the World Zionist Congress
and the Jewish National Fund. She
also holds the distinction of being
Ihe namesake for the Rose Kauf-
man Forest of 10.000 trees in
Israel
At the helm of 1500 members
in Dade County. Council president
Mrs. Green was recently named
the 193 "Woman of Valor" by
; Israel Bonds. She is. also the re-
1 cipient ot the 1968 Young Leaders
Award of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation.
Vice president of the Council is
Mrs. Fred Sandier with Mrs. Moses
Meyer in charge of the journal
More tlian 750 members are ex-
pected to attend the affair.
Mizrachi Women Purim Socials
Chapters of Mizrachi Women's
Organization of 'America have
planned socials and Purim observ-
ances during JIarch.
Dov Chapter will hold a Purim
party Wednesday. March 13. and
a general meeting on Wednesday.
March 27. Both will be held at
noontime in the home of Mrs.
Irene Lesser. 1643 SW 7th St. Mrs.
Louis Tokayer is president.
a o a
Hadar Chapter will hold a gen-
eral meeting on Thursday, March
21, 1 p.m. at the Surfside Com-
munity Center. Mrs. Charles Si-
mem is president, of the group
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Mi*mL\oac>x Chapter has stated
a Purim party for 1 p.m. Tue.
day at Washington Federal, 12tb
St. and Washington Ave. Mrs Ra-
chel Katz Laufer is president.
Shalom Chapter has slated a
general meeting for 1 p.m. Moi
day, March 11, at 100 Lincoln Rd.
Mrs. Solomon Trachtenberg is tiw*
president.
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Deadline For ZOA-Education Bureau
Essay And Art Contest Is March 18th
The deadline for the annual F<-
sy and Art contest ipmwored by
the South Florida Districts of the
Zionist Organization of America
jointly with the Bureau of Jewish
Kducation has been extended this
jretr 1o March 18. it was announc-
ed by Albert Ossip. president of
the Bureau.
The contest is open to all boys
and girls 11 years of tge or over
who .ire enrolled in one of the
daily or Sunday classes of the var-
ious Jewish schools, synagogues or
Hebrew classes in Greater Miami
and Hollywood.
The subject to be submitted by
Students in grades 4 to 7 is "What
1- Happening To the Jews in Rus-
sia'" The topic for students from
grade 8 and up through the high
school level will be "What Effect
Did the Six-Day War Have Upon
American Jewry
The art contest consists of orig-
inal posters, drawings, sculpturing
and art objects related to the
above essay subjects for both age
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At times like that.
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Serving as judges for the essay
content are Dr. Sigmund Fogler
and Jack Alexander, both leaders
in the Zionist Organization of
America, and Louis Schwartzman
and Herbert Berger of the Bureau
ol Jewish Education.
The noted local artists Reyna
Youngerman. Charles Jacobson
and Juanita May will bo the judges
ol the art contest.
The Zionist Organization of
America and the Bureau of Jewish
Kducation provides cash prizes to
the winners as well as other gifts
and certificates.
Serving on the committee are
Morris Simon. Isaac Donen, Jack
Alexander. Morris Kristal. Louis
Schwartzman and Gil Rappaport.
+Jmish FtcrkJiar
Histadrut Warns
Against 'Playing
Nasser's Game"
TEL AVIV (JTAi Hwta'hnt
leaders declared here this week
that they were firmly opposed to
any retrenchment of Israel's tech-
nical assistance, social and educa-
tional programs in black African
states despite an anti-Israel reso-
lution just adopted at a meeting
of the African Unity Organization
in Addis Ababa.
Zeev Haring. head of Histadrut's
international department, warned
that Israel would be playing Nas-
ser's game if it ended its actvities
in Africa.
The Egyptian.-, want to create a
wider rift between Israel and the
African people, he said, and Is
rael's response should be to inten-
sify its activities in Africa.
The recent installation luncheon of the Y Women of the
YM-YWHA of Greater Miami featured (from left): Mrs
Howard Trinz, installing officers; Mrs. Sidney Rudqin.
incoming president; and Mr". Paul Rheingold. outgoing
president, handing over the gavel.
Ellis Rubin Files Youth Members To Model Clothes
For Open Seat On
Supreme Court
Elaine Ehrenkranz, local ar-
tist, whose tecent Daintinqs
will be shown at the Lowe-
Levinson Art Gallerv at Tem-
ple Beth Sholom from March
16 through Apr. 7. A recep-
tion from 8 to 10 D.m. Satur-
day, Mar. 16. will mark the
ooenina of the exhibition
which is sponsored bv the
Beth Sholom Festival of Arts.
The aallerv is open week-
days from 9 to 5 p.m.. Sun-
davs horn 9:30 to 12 noon.
Scholarship Auditions
The Society for Young Perform-
ers organized last year in memory
of the late Anyuta Melicov to pro-
vide scholarships and further the
aims of talented young perform-
ers, will hold the first in a series
ol 1968 audition musicales in Mor-
gan's Piano Auditorium on Bis-
cayne Blvd. at 8:15 p.m. Saturday.
March 30
Applicants should not be over 21
years of age and should have had
two years of study with a reliable
teacher and qualifications for pub-
lic appearances.
Miami Beach attorney Ellis Ru-
bin has declared that he will seek
the Republican nomination for the
Florida Supreme Court.
Rubin. 42. promises:
"This will not be the usual cam-
paign for a Supreme Court seat;
the outlook calls for a dynamic
approach of a man in tune with
the times I will wage the same
vigorous statewide effort that gar-
nered over 548.000 votes in 19W
running for Attorney General of
Florid:.
The mo-t pressing domestic
problem facing our country today
i> crime, which stems from a
bieakdnwn of our moral fabric. I
refer to street riots, organized
crime, assaults and burglaries.
drugs and juvenile delinquency
As a trial specialist in civil and
criminal courts, both state and fed-
eral, and military, over the past
17 years. I will bring to our high
court the practical experience to
"close the loopholes* which have
given tlic criminal element a
phony sanctuary of protection.
"My campaign will be fought
lor the benefit of the law-abiding,
the decent, and the well-meaning
men. women and children of Flor-
ida Nothing will be done or said
to impair public confidence in our
courts. In dispensing equal justice
under law. I shall not substitute
social philosophies for legal judg-
ments. Above all. I will strive to
remember that the courts belong
to the people and that the State
Supreme Court should always re-
main a moral example to our
young people."
The Temple Beth Am Youth
Group, composed of students in
the eighth and ninth grades, was
to present a fashion show at the
temple Thursday evening.
The following are acting :i- mod-
els: Lauren Bams. I.inda Kluger-
man. Jodie I.ubow. Laurie Tanner,
Barbara Spiegel. Susan Josephsor
Sherri Frumkes. Susan Feldman
Karen Bender. Pain Kesslcr. Beth
EIronson. Ilene Schreer. Stacy Ap
pelbaum, Jill Brooks. Barbara
Shields, and Roberta Reisber.
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Beth David Congregation held
its annual Patrons Dinner-Dance
last week in the Grand Ballroom.
Spector Hall.
Guest of honor was Mrs. Gussie
Margtilits. who has served with
the congregation for over thirty
yean. Mrs. Margulies. wearing a
powder pink silk crepe gown with
he neckline and down the front
silver and pearls beaded around
of the dress, was seated in a red
velvet draped chair with a large
heart shaped frame in the back-
ground. She was presented with
a bouquet of red roses before re-
ceiving a gift from the members.
"Gussie," aa she is known to
many members of the communi-
>, has watched many of the
guests grow up from early Sun-
day School days to the evening
when they honored her

Chairmen of the evening were
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Badanes. Mrs.
Badanes chose a black silk crepe
gown with a decollette cowled
back neckline. It had silver pail-
lettes and pearls encrusted on
the high front bateau neckline
and the hemline. Mrs. Isadore
HerskowiU chose a champagne
ribbed silk with a side button
closing. Mrs. I. B. Berke was in
ice lemon silk with a high jewel
encrusted neckline. Mrs. I.eona
August selected a white silk dy-
w
by Mrs. Robert Traurig. Mrs. Ju- I
lius Spector was in a white and
silver brocade theatre ensemble, i
White also was the color choice
of Mrs. Alex Miller. Her white
silk brocade ensemble was worn
with an iridescent sequined shell.
Mrs. Albert Beer's gold silk j
was in the oriental sarj style.
Mrs. Seymour Friend's chiffon
added chocolate brown to the
panniers Of emerald green. Raw
silk was interwoven in the gold
fabric of the gown and matching
full length coat worn by Mrs.
William Weintraub. Aquamarine
chiffon uas worn by Mrs. Joseph
Milton. Her gown featured split
panniers over a sheath which was
heavily handed with lace at the
hemline.
Black silk, in an unusual im-
ported fabric, was worn by Mrs.
Milton Sadoff. Her cocktail en-
semble was trimmed with a white
mink collar. A floor length gown,
heavily beaded, and cut in the
oriental manner, was the choice
ot Mrs. Edward Rosen. Mrs. Sid-
ney Aionovitz wore a cut velvet
gown in ombred tones of honey
and brown. A gold gown with a
gold jeweled neckline was worn
by Mrs. Harry Tavss. Mrs. Charles
Rosenberg's emerald green sheer
wool challis was jeweled at the
bateau neckline and sleeves.
Morris Broad (fourth from left), president of
the American Savinqs and Loan Associa-
tion of Miami Beach, adds his conqratula-
tions to the award certificates received by
seven American Savinqs employees who
completed a course qiven by the American
Rabbi Teitz Starts
Fourteenth Year Of
Talmud Broadcasts
Rabbi I'inchas M. Teitz. of Eliz-
abeth. N.J., for many years a
member of the presidium of the
L'nion of Orthodox Kabbis of the
L'nitcd States and Canada and
dean of the Mesifta of New Jer-
sey, has begun his 14th COnsecu
live annual series of Talmud lec-
lure radio broadcasts in the Great-
er Miami area.
The Talmud lectures, which are
translated and explained by Rabbi
Teitz. are presented every Sunday
it 3:30 p.m. over Station WEDR-
FM (90.1 on the FM dial I.
Rabbi Teitz. a noted authority
: on the Talmud, has broadcast Tal-
mud lectures for many years over
radio stations in New York and
other parts of the country.
Savinqs and Loan Institute. Shown (from left)
are: Jeannine Desaulniers; Tom Brandeis,
assistant vice president; Mercedes Someillan;
Mr. Broad; Grace Iribarren; Rachel Cuccu-
rullo; Philip Bernstein, assistant treasurer;
and Mary Lou Dziekan.
Gulfstream Track Opens This Week
The nation's leading thorough-
breds will be in action as Gulf-
stream Park concludes Florida's
racing season with a 44-day meet
[ng through April 24. Purses in ex-
cess of a S2.000.000 total will be
distributed.
First of six Gulfstream Park
features to be run over the turf
course, the $16,000 Appleton Han-
dicap has drawn 74 nominations.
The mile dash on the grass was
slated to be held this week, the
$100,000 Gulfstream Park Handi-
cap is slated for March 23. and the
track's other S100.000 classic, the
Florida Derby, will be run March
30th.
Two international stakes of in-
creasing prominence on the na-
tional turf course calendar are the
S50.000 Pan American Handicap
April 13 and the $25,000 Cat adian
Turl Handicap March 16.
There will be a daily Paddock
Club panel discussion and ques-
tion-andanswer period starting at
noon and ending in ample time for
the start ol the first race at 1:15
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Silver silk brocade with tur-
quoise was worn by Mrs. Louis
Spector. Her jewel neckline was l?m. I ,| iii Salt's
beaded with crystals. Mrs. Elliot
Gordon chose a lime green lace
for the evening. Turquoise Chan-
tilly lace, with a decollete neck
line, was worn by Mrs. .lack Em-
mer. Sable brown was the color
of the Chantilly lace gown worn
by Mrs Murray Turetsky. Mrs.
Elmer Specter's gown had a deep
square cut neckline featured on
the white peau de soie embroi-
dered bodice. Her empire gown
skirt was in black velvet.
Havana-born Frank Busutil has
been appointed manager in charge
of Latin American sales by North-
east Airlines. E. H. Bishop. South
em Region vice president, an-
nounced this week
Busutil. 42 and an American
citizen, has been a sales repre-
sentative since joining Northeast
here in 1961.
New Men's Beauty Salon
Opening on Miami Beach
A plush new beauty salon, cater-
ing to men only, is opening at
Miami Beach. And to make sure
the busy executive has time to
take advantage of the service, the
shop will remain open until 9 p.m.
The new salon will be operated
by well known hair stylists, Louis
and August. It will "pen Monday
at !)58 Arthur Godfrey Rd.. and
will provide complete -rooming
for male customers. Also available
will be a complete line of men's
cosmetics, sports clothes and ac-
cessories.
an
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Mrs. Robert Sicgel's gown was
in champagne Italian silk with
chartreuse banding at the neck-
line and sleeves. Latticed lace in
champagne and beige and sprin-
kled with rhinestones was worn
In his new post as Manager.
Latin American Sales, Busutil will
be responsible for the implement-
ing of marketing programs in the
Latin American markets of the
Southern region in accordance
with sales management's overall
objective.
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Friday, March 0, 1968
*Jm isli fliittji, nn
fJfmittitfurAMtri friday, March B, lOtifl
Pnqo 7-C
Mrs. Mae Moses (right), president of the
Greater Miami Cancer League of the Ameri-
can Medical Center, this week lauded the
efforts of those responsible for the success
of the group's recent qarden party. Amonq
those who were active in the event wore
(from left): Lillian Gross, P?qqy Goldblum.
Cole Posmanick, 'Adrienne Miller, Nina
Davis. Sadie Isaacson. Sonia Stoller. Ann
Chester. Ruth Miachell. Diaune Harrison
and Mrs. Moses.
Jewish Quiz Box
Why is the Sabbath before
Porim cillid "Parshath Za-
ehor" (eeurrip.q this yr on
Saturday, March 9)?
This is because .1 special pas
sagc from the Bible is added to
the usual reading for this Sabbath
The passage from the Book of Deu-
tcronomy (25:1719) begins with
the word "Zachor" ("remember'')
and spells out the Biblical com
mandment to constantly remem-
ber the fiendish deed of the Am
aickitcs who struck Israel from the
rear during their travels through
the wilderness This practice is
already mentioned in the Tannai-
tic literature and it is assumed
that it was instituted at about the
same time the practice was insti-
tuted to celebrate the festival ol
Purim. or certainly soon there
after.
The Palestinian Talmud (Mogil
lah 3:4) bases this practice on the
verse in the Book of Esther (9:28> ,
which relates that: "These days |
should be remembered and kept
throughout every generation, etc."
It therefore becomes not only nec-
essary to keep the observance of 1
the festival of Purim but to also 1
have some means of remembrance 1
in advance of the festival. This re-
nicmbrancc was made in the form |
of reading the passage asking us
to remember the infamous deed of 1
Amalck. which in turn brings to 1
mind the story of Purim with the |
infamy of Hainan, a descendant ol
Amalek
t'applicd lo musicians because thin
irt was a mere- mockery of the
performance ol the Levitcs in the
I ancient Temple (Schudt, Judischc
Mcrckwerdigkitcn, Vol. IV, p. 200).
It is possible, then, thai the term
let/" winch w.is originally a term
I disfavor, while it was attributed
11 artists or entertainers at first
as a matter Ol ridicule, came to
have 1 significance of worth. Per
'taps the latter phase was brought
about by the many sufferings ol
be Jewish people in the Diaspora
who appreciated a lighter air to
help them overcome the pressure
>i despair in their daily lives by
providing some light relicl on fes
JVC occasions.
Why do some lead the bride
around the groom three times
while others lead the bride
around the groom seven times?
Generally speaking, the custom
if escorting the bride around the
groom under the canopy is said to
rte reflected in the Biblical verse
And a woman shall go aiound a
man" (Jeremiah 31:22). Some take
this to mean that the groom is led
to understand that wherever he
turns he shall always have his
wife in mind, while others say
that a wife shall Irv to lie part ol
her husband's life at every turn.
It is thus generally a symbol ol
total commitment bctweun the
couple.
Rash) CMgttBl ZOnl i-xplatn* .,.
'I he reason tor doing it three
times 1- taken by some '" rein
nil the linn- time
II,.
K|>1 -S*IOIl
I -ll
psychologists as an effective way
Ol releasing one's emotions and al
levialing a slate of tension. Public
weeping helped the mourner to re-
lease Ins emotions and to feel that
he is not alone in his grief.
Some modern funerals among
1 Jews seem to prefer a more sophis-
ticated air. This may be the rea
son. directly or indirectly, for the
decrease in tears shed It is ques-
tionable whether this development
is to he considered a step forward
and progressive. Modern man. who
is trying so hard to demonstrate
that he can control his emotions ;it
funerals, is now beginning to show
his weakness on so many other oc-
casions He seems to be looking
for an escape while, at the same
time, closing his eves to the nor
mal. natural means afforded him
In both nature and tradition by
ucli things as crying at funerals.
.More recent observers have cap-
ably analyzed the situation by say-
ing that nature, through Divine
Providence, has given us many re-
courses with which to face life's j
situations. The ability to cry is one ]
of the tools we are given to help
case the pain of tragedy and suf-
fering Repressing our tears at a
ime when we can well use them
is certainly not the healthiest psy-
chological behavior.
What is the derivation of the
word "Talith"?
The word "Talith" stems from
in .....' 1 allal" uhich means to
'V-r.' 11 1 .. m oril IimiiuI in llir
McGregor Smith Recommends Two For FPL Promotion
Upon recommendation of Mc-
Gregor Smith, board chairman and
chief executive officer of Florida
Power & Light Co., Robert II Kile.
president and general manager,
was named chief executive officer
of the firm at the board of dircc
tors meeting in Miami. Smith will
remain chairman of the board
FPL directors also elected A. M.
Davis, Jr.. as a new vice president
and approved a record $181 million
construction budget for 1968.
Kite, the new chiel executive.
joined the companj in 1926. De-
lias held a number ol position!
with FPL and was named general
manager in 1950, and president In
1954.
A. M "Chick" Davis, Jr., new
vice president for public affairs,
joined FPL in 1963 following a
successful career in the Air Force
From 1955 to 1959, he was dep
ut) chiel "i siaii [or civil engineer-
ing, Air Force Missile Test Center.
al Patrick An Force Base Later.
In- held ;, similar post for the 17th
1
'Iactual An Force in Europe.
The $181 million const ruction
budgel approved by I'TI. directors
1. the biggest annual budgel in the
company's history It is part of the
companj's record expansion pro
lam thai calls lor an estimated
expenditure of n',11 million in Hu-
me year period. 1966 1970.
THE FIRST JEWS to settle in Los
Angeles arrived there in 1849; the
United Stales census of l,ri() 111
I.os Angeles included six Jewish
names
Beth Torah 3-Day Bazaar
the Mollle Kahaner Sisterhood
and Men's Club ol Beth Torah
have planned .1 joint Purim li.i/a.u
mi the synagogue grounds all day
Friday, in the evening on Saturday
and again all daj on Sunday, In
c hided in the three daj gala w ill
be games rides, an auction and a
t-ounln store,
Sister!.ood Purim Dinner
The Sisterhood of Congregation
Beth I'M will hold its annual I'm 1111
dinner at (i p in Sundav. in the
Doia August Auditorium
Judges To SjM'ak
A1 VoU-i* Meet
Voters, Incorporated, will have
,111 open meeting on Tuesday at
8 15 |i m in the Washington Fed
eral. I2M Washington Avc Harry
Levy, president, will moderate the
meeting
Cues! speakers for the evening
will be Senior Criminal Court
Judge .lack If, Turner. Municipal
Judge Arthur E. llultoe, civic lead-
er Earl Carroll. Constable Murray
Meycrson, and Mrs Max Dobrin.
member ol the Miami Beach Pine
Arts Board,
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BMUMWd J | betroth thee I.e.. "And I ^q^"Tl^-lv -: ", JcA^ -
as to brms together thi- Biblical !bc1roth lec ,0 nu. fort.v(.r ...----------.:'.,..--------------,.
Command to "wipe out... Ama j wU, bt.I1,l|h ,hce unl0 |)u, jn ; .nSo^eccnl^TnVnii.
ck with our practice of erasing rfghtcousncssi and j)lslic,.. in iv. ,,;.,V,IU, ,,,,,< thai in early times
ho memory o( llama,, by drown- ing.kindnChS and in compassion, ; m ins the mention of his name with A|M, wj|, |)el|.lh ,h,.,. unt0 mc
no^akers while reading the Me- n faithfll|nt.ss ,Hosca 2:21. 22). I tunic) ami such a cloak (because
gillah. or by rubbing of hu MM U, repeating something three W3S four-cornered) required the
from stones which have been in llmes ives it an air of r'nnan ittachmcnl of fringes fTzizith)
scribed with it. Stamping out Ha ,.,.,. l-iu:,^ir,.
man's name on Purim with noise
or with rubbing thus becomes a ( Those who claim thai Ihe bride
means of observing the Biblical ] should be led around the groom
commandment to eraw the name i jeven times claim that this reprc-
of Amalek Rabbi Hai Gaon ac- sents the seven times in the Bible
tually used to call this Sabbath ] wherein the scripture stales "And
(similar io the Roman "Slola" or
-in each of the four corners in
observance <>f the Biblical com-
mandment of "Tzitlith" (Numbers
15:38).
I'hen a man lakcth a wife "
It would thus indicate that when
me marries one mini have in
,1111.1 all the consequences. Also.
,i course, I lie number seven rep
resents :< complete cycle in Jew-
sh though) (i.c, the seven days ol
hi w K, the seven years ol She-
nitah, the seven circuits of Jen
L-ho, the seven circuita around the
,11.11 ol Sueeot, etc I. Tins would
thus indicate a complete union ol
:nduring devotion
Why is it that modern funerals
re more subdued, while in
former years there was much
crying at funerals?
"Shabbos Amalek."
Why it the day bfore Purim
referred to tht "Fast of
Esther?"
Jewish tradition calls for a fast
day to be observed a day before
Purim. This fast day is actually
not mentioned in either Biblical
or Tahnudie literature. It was first
ordained as such in the Gaonic
period. The Shciltot (VaYakhcl 66)
explains that this last day com-
memorated the assemblies of the
Jews which took place on the thir-
teenth of Adar mentioned in the
Book of Esther (0:2). These assem-
blies were fast days. Some -ay that
this fast day is called the Fast of
Esther because Esther had asked
the Jews to fast for three days
(Esther 4:16). Those three days ac-
tually were dated alter the date of
Purim (actually thev occur during .
Passover,. For this reason some ^"actenzed by describing the tor with a cloak white as snow.
Jewish communities observe three l'us,';",(l co,ming "' "''"" "" ^""S nH ihl wea
j..r r .,...;. ,.___.;m r.- 'Sarah and to weep lor her (Gen. of the Almighty and thus wcais a
tZim !n rL^JT ^ 23:2). In many places in the BiNe Tallin whose color is basically
Purim to commemorate these ... -, I u. ,... i .u ,u .. i,;.
three days. The Day before Purim we f,n*1 "ccpin <" synon- white. Others claim that the white
It was only after the style of
clothing changed to the extent
that four cornered garments are |
not worn by men any more that |
the expression "Talith" came to I
represent the prayer shawl that
is worn during Ihe morning prayer
today (actual!) in earlier limes it ,
was worn Ihe whole day through). !
li was ihis kind of garment that
the Talmud referred to as "11/.-
talith" (Mishna Yoma 7:1; Gittin
7:.r)i or Talith (Baba Mct/.ia. Mish-
na 1:1). The principal connotation. :
hen. is that the Talith represents
a four cornered outer garment.
Why is ht traditional color
ol the Talith basically white?
Some (e.g. Rabbi Joel Sirkes.
It is well to understand that,
actually, Jewish tradition allows a Shulchan Aruch Orach Chayyim ;
tune lor weeping by setting aside 24) claim thai the basis for this
the first three days In the Bible tradition is that the typical figure
we find thai the first Jewish fu- in prayer is the vision of the Al- j
ncral (the death of Sarah) was mighty himself standing as a Can-
mccudjs. in ua uc.orc ur.m mourning (Is. 16:7, of the Talith is representative of
thus is a special fast day instituted .... .. .... ,. ... ui :.. ,u k-.c.,. ,.ir
k .Ko tZZu .....K,..,.i.c c____Jer. 10:o, JobJ0:31). the white which is the basic color
by the Gaonic authorities Some
claim that the fast was instituted
ol the fringes (Tzitzith) which is
The original eulogy was actually ,h(1 m;,in characteristic of the Tal-
to remind us that we have no right employed to encourage the mourr ilh It is maintained (Scfcr ba-
te celebrate our deliverance unless ers Cry. There would even be chinuch, 366) that the T/.i/.ith are
we first last in penance for what- professional wallers who would be I basically white because they rep
ever wrongs were committed to engaged to help people cry. Cry
bring about Ihe crisis in the first j mg i.- considered even by modern
place.
What is a "Leti"?
"Lciz" is a term currently ap-
plied to a "joker." a "comedian"'
or a "merrymaker" In Biblical
literature the term 'I-ctz" referred
to one who "mocked" or "scorn- j
cd." Indeed the very first chapter
of the Psalms found the company
of such people rather undesirable.
(Psalms 1:1).
While this connotation is often
carried over into Talmudic litera-
ture (Sotah 42a). another connota j
tion is developed alongside the un- |
favorable one We find in the Tal-
mud that a. "Ictz" is a name for j
an "entertainer" or "musician-"
(Sanhedrin 101a) and the verb is j
used to signify entertainment rath- ,
er than sheer mockery or scorn. |
(Tosefta Shabbat 6:4). In the Mid- I
die Ages such a person came to j
be hired to provide amusement j
and entertainment at festivities
such as weddings. One author, who
is especially harsh on musicians.
claims that the term "letz" was
resent the body of man which was
formed from the earth which was
in turn formed from the snow
taken from beneath the Divine
throne.
Jack Blatt, prominent Cana-
dian induGlrkilist and philan-
thropist, was honored at a
recent all-Canadian dinner in
Miami Beach, sponsored by
the Israel Bond Orqanization
of Canada
The blue strand which was in-
cluded in the fringes was repre-
sentative of the human soul sym-
bolized by the blue ol heaven. The
Talith thus represents both the
world as a whole (heaven and
earthwhite and blue) as well as
the human being (the micro-
cosmos ihis body and soul.
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Jenisfi tthrkthn
Friday. March 8. 1968
J^ar Michael Cease
Saturday ftlDtning. March 9, at
Temple Or Olom, Michael, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cease. 1710
SW 86th Ave.. will become Bar
Mitzvah.
Michael, a seventh grade student
at West Miami Junior High, plays
the electric bass guitar and be-
longs to the Bits and Pieces Junior
Band. A member of the Tropical
Park Khoury League, he won a
trophy last year for being the best
catcher in Red Barry's Baseball
School. He also plays football for
the W'estchester Optimist Football
League. At the recent Youth Fair.
Michael's prize chickens won a
first and two seconds.
Michael's parents will host the
Oneg Shabbat Friday night, and
the Kiddush following the Saturday
morning services. A reception will
be held Saturday night at the
Centra Vasco Restaurant.
Scott Rubin
On Saturday. March 9. Scott, son
ol Mr. and Mrs. Irwin M. Rubin.
9ti0 79th Tor., will observe his Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Ner Tamid.
Scott is a student at Nautilus
Junior High and NVr Tamid Re-
ligious School.
A Kiddush following the core
mony. and a luncheon at the Hil-
ton Plaza will honor the celebrant.
Pamela Gadinsky
Pamela Beth, daughter of Mrs
Elaine Gadinsky and Edward Ga-
dinsky. will become Bas Mitzvah
on Saturday. March 9, at temple
Emanu-El.
Pamela attends the seventh
grade at Ida M. Fisher Junior
High and is on the honor roll. She
plays flute and has won the Good
Citizenship Award.
The celebrant will be honored
at a reception in her home follow-
ing the service.
Mrs. Ida Gadinsky and Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Weitzman. Pamela's
grandparents, and Charles Singer-
man, her great-grandfather, will
attend the observance.
Jeffrey Wishman
Jeffrey, son of Xtr*. and Mrs.
Robert Wishman. will be called to
the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah Satur-
day morning. March 9. at Temple
Zion.
Jeffrey is a seventh grade pupil
at South Miami Junior High.
Mr. and Mrs. Wishman will host
the Kiddush following the services
and a reCeption-dinner at the Al-
giers Hotel Saturday evening in
honor of the celebrant.
Jeffrey is the grandson of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Wishman and Mr.
and Mrs. Ben Goldin of Wisconsin.
Jeffrey Garetick
Saturday morning, March 9. at
Temple Or Olom. Jeffrey, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gorelick.
10412 SW 50th St.. will be called
to the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah.
Jeffrey is a sixth grade student
at Tropical Elementary School.
Among those who will celebrate
Ihc occasion with Jeffrey are his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Eli
Garefick, Baltimore, and Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis Pass. Miami
Jeffrey's parents will host the
Oneg Shabbat following the Fridaj
nighl services, and the Kiddush
Saturday morning. A dinner hon-
oring the celebrant will be held
Saturday night at Temple Or
Olom.
0
Ethan Robins
Ethan, son of Mr and Mrs Ellis
Robins, will become Bar Mitzvah
on Saturday, March 9. at Temple
Emanu-El.
Ethan is in the eighth grade at
Ponce de Leon Junior High School.
The celebrant will be honored at
;. Kiddush in Sirkin Hall following
the service.
# a
Robert Mutter
Robert Craig, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Charles Mutter, will become
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. March 9.
at Beth David Congregation. Rob-
ert will chant the Haftorah at the
traditional services.
Robert is in the seventh grade
at Palmetto Junior High and is a
talented pianist.
A reception in honor of the cele-
brant will be held at his home,
6975 SW 128th St. Among guests at
the celebration will be grandpar-
ent-. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mutter
and Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Fein-
berg.
SAND-ELL
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Under Rabbinical Supervision
BAR MITZVAHS
WEDDINGS PARTIES
Specializing in Home Catering
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The Only Kosher Caterers
not cfannected with
Restaurant or Delicatessen.
1216 Normandy Dr., MB.
the Confirmation class of 1969
Mr. and Mrs. Bell, 19741 \k
21st Ct, will sponsor the Oneg
Shabbat in his honor follow;;
services.

Rev. Luther C. Pierce, Pastor
of Union Conqreqational
Church in Hallandale, has
been named a orocrram con-
sultant lor the Florida Reqion,
National Conference of Christ-
ians and Jews.
HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON
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OHN HOUSt WfDDINCS BAR MfTZVAHS (CCEPTIONS
GLASS HAT
RESTAURANT
and SEAFOOD HOUSE
!
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Open 7 30 A.M. 930 .M.
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Pamela Gadinsky fthan Robins
Diane Blackman
Diane Faith Blackman will be-
come Bas Mitzvah at Temple Judea
at 11:15 a.m. Saturday, March 9.
Diane is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Blackman. 5741 SW
64th PI. She is a seventh grade
student at South Miami Junior
High, and is graduating Hebrew
School this year. She will continue
ner religious education at Temple
Judea.
Grandparents of the Bas Mitzvah
are Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Blackman
ol Miami Beach.
A luncheon honoring the cele-
brant will follow the Ba^ Mitzvah
service.
*
Eric Tabb
Eric, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Tabb. U8U'> Biscayne Bay Dr.,
will observe his Bar Mitzvah Sat-
urday morning, March (>. at Beth
Torah Congregation.
Eric is n student of the Torah
.:,i-- and will hi' a member of the
Confirmation class of 1969.
Mi and Mrs. Tabb will sponsor
the Oneg Shabbat in his honor fol-
lowing the services. Eric's grand-
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gayer,
will attend the Bar Mitzvah.
Judy Singer
Judy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Singer, 1100 NE 170th St..
will observe her Bas Mitzvah Fri-
day evening. March 8. at Beth
Torah Congregation.
Robert Mutter Diane Blockman
Judy is a student of the fifth
year graduating Hebrew class and
will be a member of the confirma-
tion class of 1969.
Mr. and Mrs. Singer will spon-
sor the Oneg Shabbat in her honor,
following the services.
Richard Bell
Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Bell, will observe his Bar
Mitzvah Saturday morning, March
9. at BetlJ Torah Congregation.
A student of the Torah class.
Richard will become a member of
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+Je*Hhnoridiain
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Page IOC
+Jenist Fkrrtnr
Deaths In
Greater nMiami
BEHRENSr' *'
..,..
Jeorice H 71. Of I4S1 S I4ll A
died k.i. _' An attorney, Mr Be-
hrens moved to Hollywood three
a*'. >(Ur M years n :rogram
director of the Prat tiring uw In-
Mliluic in \rw York City. Befor-
K.jinit Into law, h. mil reporter for
the Baltimore Sun. Philadelphia
Bulletin, ami tdCftlASa Dews editor
of the New Haven Journal Courier
H. ;i. a mfmtifr of the New York
Bar AMsn.. Dan Lx.dge of the Free
Son* of Israel, the Pr*gres*iv.- Syn-
agogue of Brooklyn and Temple Beth
El of Hollywood. Dunn* World War
II he was executive secretary for
Tau Epsilnn Phi He ii- survived by
his wife. Mildred; a ton. Dave Reh-
rens. Herald utaff writer: five
brothers. Al. Frank. Jack, Sam and
Nat: and a Bister. Mrs. Gertrude
Hausfeid.
GOLD, Max, II, of I4.l KB Miami
Qardens Dr. Riverside Chapel .
GREENBERC. M.,\. 73, of 1800 Col-
lins Ave. Riverside Chapel.
HERMAN. Hymle. 7.\ of 8*8 11*1 Bt
Newman Chapel
KRATZER. tin Ir. ,e Ruth. 42. of
l32i> Blscayne Point Rd Rlveralde
/^hapel.
molnar. Felix, 76, of logo u/ashlng-
ton. Ave Riverside Chapel.
RIShtv. Kzr., t: ..i 14*.: Ocean Dr
Riverside Chapel.
ROThbard, Louis, to, of 722 Wash-
ington Ave Riverside Chapel
SHAPIRO. Mrs Becky, -I <.f ::"-.
Point Bast Dr Riverside Chapel
Sperling, Thomas .1 7S, of .-,.. ..,>-
Pino Ci c G. Rlversldi Chapel
teich. Jacob of zvm Point i:..-i
in Riverside Chapel
WOLF. Rudolf, :. of ::."> Abbott Av
Riverside Chapel
ADELBERQ, Mrs .1 Jeannette !:. 81.
f BS8 W, 3lst si Rlversldi Chapel
COHEN, Mrs Pannia. 80, of 141.- I >
Dr Riverside Chapel
CUTLER. Simon J., 78, of 8MI Wash-
ington Ave Riverside Chapel
drevfuss. Ferdinand, 73, of 783S
Harding Ave Rlversldi Chanel
Gottlieb, Abraham, 87, of sin Col-
Una Ave Riverside Chapel
KIRSCH, Charl.-s. 87, "I ISO BE 1st
st Gordon 'h.ipel.
pearlson. Jacob, 77. of 1820 Penn-
sylvania Ave. Riverside Chanel
PERSKY, Louis, 7'.'. of 4'": W. 85th St.
Washer* Chapel
PLANT. Mrs May. g, ,,f j.M, Avlda
Parkway. C. G. Rlversldi Chapel
SCHWARTZ. Max V 7.;. of 177i:
James Ave Riverside Chanel
VARON, Jacob, 77. of -7" S Shore Dr.
Riverside Chapel.
weinstein. Abraham, 74. of i......
Park Ave. \. ...... Chapel
JUFLACHT, Mrs Dorothy. 71. of 11"
2nth st Riverside Chapel,
ABRAMOVITCH. Mrs Bonia, of 550
th St Newman Chapel
GRUSKIN. Nathan. 81, of mi Ocean
Dr. Riverside Chapel
HALPERT, Pin.us. 87, of 1100 Col-
lins Ave Rlveralde ChRpel
ledniczy. Qexa, 88, of Mil Meri-
dian Ave Newman Chapel
PASTERNACK. Mrs Min..... 70, of
1034 Pennsylvania Ave Riverside
Chapel
SACHS, Ml HP Cel 7> .-..
don I llvd Kej I :. \ Rivei
Chanel
STEINFELT. \. .
I o Wu man chai
ABELMAN. PI lllp, i
dls n \ \"< 'mai CI
BURNSTF.IN. Mn .-' C.
>l" ': nd S R
KOENIG. I
Hallamlah Ri




I '
Rlvi
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1442
Col-
:>i .i
LAZARUS. '-' I l
Lnruo I.n Forl
Chanel
NIANDEL. i:.
I7(lth sTi R|
PALMAN. Ml I
A-, Rever i '
RADF-NACHER. I1
Michigan A\
STEIN. .1
Rivei wldi CI
WAXBERG. Ren |an
Falrha\ e*ii l'i i ;<> ,i
AUSLANDER. Ou
Burlld Ave Ki\ eraldi CI apel
BOWER. Mrs Ann II 89 of
Jefferson Ave Rlversldi Chanel
HORVITZ, MorrlK B2, of 6281 Colllni
Ave Rh i i-I,!. (Itapel
LODISH. Mm Becky, R4 of 7.7
lins Ave N< ,' in;, i i
McKIBLE. Joseph 87, of 151 NE
St. Riverside Cham I.
SISKIND. Mrs Badle, 80 of
Indian Creek Dr Rlversldi Ch......'
TUCKER. Simon. 87 .of '::.". Collins
Ave Newman Chapel
wolfe. Isaai 86, of 840 Pennsylvania
Av.- Riverside Chapel.
wolk. Mrs Bertha, 78, of JO0 Wash-
ington Ave. Riverside Chapel '
BRAVERMAN. Mrs Fannie, 88. of
i:'?-. I .-nox Ave. Riverside Chapel
OREVICH. Arthur 84, of |01 BW
Rtnd ci Qordon CI
ciSHBACK. Mftt Elizabeth 75, of
i.'Tfi SVV liith Ter. Riverside Chanel
freeman. Benlamli 7S, o( 1035 NI-:
ittth st Newman Chanel
MISELMAN, \|.r:,l,:,n S8, of SS5 Col-
lins Ave !&vman Chanel
PANCOE. ^"fi'tam 77 ( S780
Chasa v--,' Riverside Chanel
SCHOENBFRC.FO. \(i- Rlnlne. 4*.
of 17"" \K losth Bl Rlversldi Cha-
nel
SEIOENRTEIN. I onl 74 Of IS
11. ... rit i v... .
SIMON. Paul. 71 of 7:::, Merldl i \x,
Riverslrli frianet
smith wiiHam 7" of i""i Coll n>
A ve v'- u ni'in 1'i'tt,, 1
LAWBER. MW I iura, 88, of |R1 I
Collrns *ve STewman Chsnel
molowitz. Albert 7" of 1154 Col-
lins A v.- Blaai e i' -,. i
Pressmen. 7,v| 74, of llj" Ni: 175th
Si Riverside Chanel
BEST, ^lrs Anns R 7' of 14'.'. BW
9th ci Riverside Chanel
CRANE K.'na I ">4. of 8838 Hlawathfl
Ave rtordon Chanel
BERBER, Wra Poea 78. of i W
^(Ith Sl Riverside Ch'o,..|
GLASSNER. Mrs Ida 88, of 1808 NK
l!11l SI Riverside Ch-.nel
KLEEGER. Max, 7. of ItSW BW -'I,
SI Riverside Chanel
KOFF, Mrs Solie 7*. of 4000 Collins
Ave Riverside Ch"l'l
LOWY. lohn J 81. of hVi:- Collins
Ave. Riverside Chanel.
OLSHANSKY, Mrs. Cla'a, r.*. of 47""
Mirhiran Ave. Piverslde Chapel. In-
terment Mt Neho.
WEISMAN, Mrs Ksther. TS, of 5313
Collins Ave. Blaaberg Chapel
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. rSi-PnOBATE
No. 77931- B
I: RK: i:-:u;--
ROT M LIMBEP.n
DeceaseR J
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AH Creditors and All Persons Hav-
C ,.nis or Demi nds A^aip.-: Buld
Estate:
Y"U are herehy notified and r^nuir--,!
to present any dulms and d^mantis
vvhivh you may have against the
estate of ROT M. LIMBER'! deceas-
ed lat^ of Dad- County. Florida, t"
thi Count) Judges ol Dad- County
and file the same in duplicate and as
sided in 3e<- -on 78X14. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in D.- CoUOtv, .
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, tl-. I !
day of March. A.D 1988
.- jean Morton umeero
1301 North Bavuhore Drive,
Miami. Florida
As Exei utrix
First publication of tl notk ':,
the 8th day of March. MM
WALLACE N. MASK
Attr,rne.v for Executrix
4".", Biscayne Ride
S'8-lS-S2-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring t>. eng.iav
in business under the fictitious name
of DADE PLASTER!NO Ci at I4SS
8.W lMh street intend to registei
said name with the Clerl
Circuit Court of Dadi County, Florida,
DAVID MELTZEP.
S IMPEL MATI.i'FF
BENJAMIN AORONOW
Al lot. ej for Applicants
905 Biscayne Ruildins
.", 1--!-..
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN r-flOBATE
No. 78158-A
In RE Estate of
SAMl'EI. BRENNER, sometimes
known as SAM BRENNER
SAMCEL E. BRENNER.
SAMl'EL A BRENNER
Di eased
NOTICE TO CREOITORS
To ah Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Clalrm or Demi ndt Against Bald
Estate:
Tou are hereby notified and n ulr-
ed to present any claims ttnd dell
which you maj \ ave against the ni
of BAMCEL BRENNER, Kometimet
....... u*M RRKNVER S vMPEI,
E. BRENNER and SAMIEI. A RREN-
>EK deceased late Oade Count;
Florida, to the County Judgeii of
!>.nle County, and fii.- rj.- fame i
duplicate and a* provided
783.16, Florida Btatuten .,
in the County Court) ius<
County. Florida, within -:\ calendar
months from th< time of th- first
publication hereof, thi ame vviii
be barred
Dated al Mil ml r .: i
da) of Februarj A.D
EDWARD BRENNER
STELLA BRENNER
As i ..-(:>.. utors
First publii ati< tic*
the Sth nl rcl :
MYERS KAP
'
11 -
N TICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LA .\

lite Ul _
VMPS .,:
-
:
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN,TH.CltiCUIT COURT OF-THE
ElEvEWTp JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA 1M AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 8-3232
SUIT F4H4-WV6RCE
MARGARITA NOW.
, mn iif.
VS.
FERNANDO NOB< '.
Defendant
T": FERNANDO NOBO
IIS ThirtJ -fifth Sir---
l*ni,.,n City, New Jeree)
Tou, FERNANDO KOBO. are here-
in notified that a Bui : luBIJi I
for Divorce bus bei filed again>-t
you, and you ar- required to serve a
f your Ani-wer or Pleadint; to
the Bill of Complaint on the Plainmi s
attorney. ENGEL & Pi>Ll-\CK. I7W
.....>. ,.n a.ie-t. Miami. Floral, and
til.- th- original Answer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
' Court on or ben.r- Ihe Vth da) of
April. 1888. If you fail to d., s... Judg-
ment b) default will he taken against
' \<-u for the relief d-manded in the
' Bill of Cotnpla H
This notice shall h- published once
each vreek for four conaecuifve ft-eek
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this -^th da) of February
A.D. 1988.
E. B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Clli uit Court, Da'le County, Florida
B) K M I.YMAN
I leputy clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
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LEGAL NOTICS
Friday. March 8. 19133
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN t
the undersigned, desli to eng:
huy under the fictii "u- ns
ol PRECISION mack I.NINO at Z
.s w .; Avi ue. ->i ami. Florida
. to reglsti
Clei n| ihe Clrcuil Courl i I
County, Florida.
ANTHi NY E PALL
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Miami, Fl
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& PACZIER
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
No. j.ii:
\v ILLIAM .lACBA

NIDr.x PEI ABZ JA8BA,
Defei
NOTICE BY e>LB'-ICATION
TO NIDI A PELAEZJABBA
!;.-.. [ ..
c o Arthur B. Colwin. Ben
118 V\ i.n-! Slret
V- v 1 \. '.,., '
\RE HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai n Divorce ComplaJnl ha- beei
filed is list yo u i hi
. ul red t< 1 wen e a con)
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IN THE COUNTY JUrfort COURT
__ LN AND FOR DAD| COL Vry.
n.-r/mOA. IN PROBATE -
1 '.-_ No. 47019;e-
Estate ol
JOSE GONZALEZ ,
" "NOTICE TO CREOITORS
To All Creditor- ami All Pers-1 riav-
. >ir Claims or Pemai 1- Agaii -t --j'o:
You are hereb) notM ed i I reculr-
ed 10 present an) claims and leu
which )ou may have agait -
estate of JOBE GONZALEZ de------ed
Lit- Of lead- County, Hor'.d, to f-
County .ludse- of Dad- County, and
file til- Mini- i.i duplwa- ,
ur.>vid-d In Section 738.18.
Statutes, in their offices in the L-unty
Courthouse In Dade Count)
wlthii six calendar months from tne
tirn- of th- first publicaUoi ereor.
or tl MUne will he barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, th ISOl
day Ol Februaj-y. A.D I KW
A. JAY CRISTOL
As Administrator
First publication of this noti -
the 1st day of Mar,!.. '. '
A JAT CRIBTOL
Atiornev for Administrator
Jl N.E First Avenue.
Miami. Florida
3 I-!-. --'-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 68-3341
KAREN WOODS,
P -.tiff.
MICHAEL DENNIE Wf> -
:.. dam
Ti I SP MICHAEL 0 A
r v ::.:
Btn 1-1 fJM TNMP '
Hiss, Te\a
> u MICHAEL DENNIS PS
ereby notified I ':"-
la 1 for DU.......' -
you. ^',i > *u are
: '."Uf Ansui -
the Bill of c..m|
... KENNETH V BEVAN,
.-.".. P \ ne Boulev ird,
r 1 7 '
- i'... ling Ir tin .. the 1
e Circuit < "oun .....-'
I -. : Api ; If II I
lldgn ..... '.:
st you f' 1 a -
Ihe I Con
Thin ', ::-.-
four secutlv.
in THE JEWISH FLORIP1 VN
[>NE and 1 'RDI :'.'.: M rr
FI01 ilus 28th I '-'
A I> '.:
E B LEATHERMAN C
Circuit Court.-Dade County I-'
If. C.JP, > Pi I.VN'-'
Deput) 1
ICircult Court .-' h
KJSNNETH V BEVAN
:4i 1 Bic 1) a- B u
Mi m Florid 17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COLP-~
IN AND FOB OADf COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
n. 7*00*.a
In RE: Estate of
FRANK. HINNLVOHAKE
i>.....^ted '" v i -
NOTICE TO CREOITORS
To All Creditors and All Persoi
ii.k Claims or l.m,r.ls a*:., ,
Estate:
You are hereby notified
quired to present an) claim?.
i in.mils who-li yMi m*y have
he estaie ..I FRANK HUXNLM
d-a-.ised late ol Dade Coun; .
rida. to the County Judget
County, and file the sain- In du i
and as provided in Section
Florida Statutes. In their Offlci
the Couuty Cosnhouse in ;.,,,
Count). Florida, within aU caUnJji
months from the lime of tr...
pubUcallon hereof, op the same
luirred.
Dated at Miami. Florida. Hi ..
dy of Pebnury. A.D. 1888
ANN M. HLNNLN'UHAKE, a .. ,
ANNA MARY HI NNLNUHa ,
A Executrix
Firs! puhllcation of this notice
ihe fSrd day of Februar). 1888
MYERS. KAPLAN a PORTER
Attorney for Kvecutrix
1150 B.W. lt Street
Miami. Florida

NOTICE LNDEP
C'CTITIOl'S NAVE LAW
- HER El!
t h e U n d e i -..
ler I litiou
E SI'PPLIES al P
South
the I
the circuit V>ui I i| I larli i' univ
Flori
-MINNA 111 i:.\.-
: --I".-..-.
TELL
THEM
ABOUT
ELCOME
WAGON
V you know of a family who hag
Kiat arrived In your community, ba
sura to tall them about Waicoma
Wagon. They will be delighted with
the basket of gilts and helpful
Information they will receive from
aur hostess, a symbol of the com-
atunityi traditional hospitality. Or
you may aall *s-:>
443-2524
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nl "TICE is HEREBY OIVBN thai
the undersigned, desiring t......me,
in business under the fictitious name
of LORRER REALTY' ASSOCIATES
ni Rasa Oarland Avenue, Burfside.
Florida Intend to register said nam-
with ih.- Clerk of the Cir-ull Coun
of Dade County, Plorld i
I I K v"' PTT % 'OOI1RP
EZRA IiGKRER
Jfi'i ': sell I i n AN
JI'DY" OOI I >>' t
PEARL BEROSTEIN
SAMl'EL OREENBERO
RIl 'HA i:l> A- NKI.S' N
\ \ foi
LORBER REALTY ASSOCIATES

NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 0r -r-
ELEVENTH JUOIC'AL CIRC'.""
OF FLORIDA IN A\0 FOR 2*3 =
COUNTv |% CHANCE"^
No. t; iC^i
SUIT FOR DIVORC
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JEM ISH F
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Florida, tl
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Circuit Court. P
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KENNETH V i:i:\ I
-.:, Roulev
Mia in I .1 lis;
V H e) 'r i'l.,
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TMg
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCL,-
OF FLORIDA
IN AND FOR DAOE COL'NTv
No. 88-2781
CIVIL ACTION
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
SARA JOFFRE a k a SARA
u.- La-VALETTE,
Plaintiff.
I.CIS de La-VAUETTE,
Defendanl
Tl l.l is .i- La-VAI.ETTE
: Morai .i-;d- I
i t-v;: ins Sea Y<>rk
TOV ARE HEREB1 \
thai i impla l for l rci
against you. and you are
serve a >"ur- a
thi n P iintlfi
i -. MIGI ::.. A si AREZ
Bi* T Suite
Blvd Miami Florid
i :-.^.".,! Ansui ';
I :.:., of [he Cll* uit "Ur-
before Ihe .' da) ol Mar ;..
j u fall l d no .. del iuI
enure I agali u t ir the rell.
Riplalm
DATED ,ii Miami. FWri la. I
d..% of Fubruary, !
E i'. LEATHERMAN
Clerk. Circuit Court
Dade County, Floi
B) K. M I.YMAN
I.....u-v Clerk
(Circuit Coui' ill
MIOVEL \ Bl'AREZ
Attorne) for !',.
I :>. u T .< er SuUi
Mi.,ni Fl r .
amcouf anacoaicasi uss tkis essesa bata bssa r'm Mi Bhae
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IN THE COUNTV JUDGE S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTV.
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No 78148.B
NOTICE TO CREOITORS
in RE: Batata of
JACK Ri iTH.
1 i. ,i
To All Creditors and All Pern -
Having Claims or Demands
Against Said (:
Tou are hereby notified and requ I
to present an) rlaima mid demands
which you may have against th- e--
tata of JACK Roth deceased late of
Dade County. Florid.,, to the count\
Judgee of Dadi County, and fii- th-
same In duplicate and as provided In
Bectlon 788.16, Florida Btatutes, ii
their offices in th- County Courthouse
in Dada County, Florida, within nix
calendar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or ihe same
will be barred.
I >.i led at Miami, Florida, this 1st
day of March. A D 1888
LAWRENCE C PORTER
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the l day of March. 1SS8.
MYERS. KAPIAX & PORTER
Attorney for Administrator
1160 B.W. 1st Street
Miami. Florida 33130
3/1-8-1".. 21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEPFR1 r||\ ,; ,
the undersiened de* rl I
i u ler the fictitious ime
Pi iTAL EMB > -s APTS
i''.'. Avenue, Miai |
re tet .i i imi v. rl he CI. -'.
' the Circuit i- ir p
Fl
Fl >SEPH KP \i' U'ER
"!:i IRCE OOI : iR| .
KM ANl'EL EDEIJtTBIN
_____|______
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTV FLORIDA
No 68-3184
..... NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN B DARCEY
Plali
I S"K B DARCE1
To FRANK B
:' lib .
Api t
. Roi kvllle, Md Sm.r.1
\or ARE HEREBY XOTII
a i omnlaim for divorce ha
you. and you ilred ,
.,,> of your ai nwer
-:- the Cnmnlalnt ,.n p:
attorney. Joseph h YOVUG ir
Biltmore Way, Coral .-.aides. Floridn
and til- ihe original answer ir plead-
''," '' "'- offli.....I the Clerk of the
above styled Courl on or bel
Apr, l!.Kv in def.,U|, p,n|ch ,-. ,.
:;.,';:: "- "" M <--'
DATED tins HMt, day t February.
E R LBATHBRMAM
tlerk of the Circuit Court
Dad- County, Florida
By: L S. DePIRTRO
Deputy Clerk
3/1-8-15-22
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT O- "-
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC. "
OF FLOR'DA IS AND FOR D-l
COUNTY IN CMANCEE"'
N: M-2708
SU" FOR DIVORCE
.
Itiff
>
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I
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lilt Cou
i Mai I
list you for thi eln
i I
. ul
h ....'
THE EW ISH FU >RUHA>
DONE AND UlU'EKEli
la, this 10th !.. "' i
\ : 196*
E B LEATHERMAN I
Clrcuil i'ours !, I- i' u
'. \l l.\ M \N
Depul i C
(Circuit Court Seali
Dl'NN and i 'li VS' 'N
4' i Biaca) ne Building
Miami, Fla 381 0
Attori ays foi RATMON B< M N
2 :::
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF =
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIRCL "
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR O A 3 I
COUNTY. IN CHANCERV
Na 68-2710
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Tl >RA SOLVUS,
Plalntirf,
\ i
LARS BOLVIK,
I .-iii'it
Tl i: MR l.AP.s -' iLVIK
H> l'-ni. Al u-
Blaleti Island >- V'orl
\ ou I-a RS Si iL\ IK ar<
notified thai I'-di of Corap
P iree has been filed against you
you are required to serve .1
your Answer or Pleading 10
of Complaint on the Pla
rney, Dl'NN and Ji iHNSO.v
i: *cayne Bu Idlna 19 i\ e*i
, street, y, m Florida
1 the orlgli .,! Al er or Pi-
ifflce of the Clerk of Ihe cir '
Court on or 1,-r..r.- the 2S ,i..:-
March. 1V0 [f you fall l" '
.ludsmnit b) default will be
against you for the relief demanded
In the Hill of Cofnpiatnl
This notice shall be publish, d
each reek for four consei-utlve -*;
In THE JEWISH Kl.or.llMAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Mlon
Florida .this -20 daj of February A '..'
laaa
E. R LEATHERMAN. Clara
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florid*
By: K M LYMAN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seali
Dl'NN and JOHNSON
41S BiKcayne Building
Miami. Fla 88188
Attorneys for TORA SOLVIK
2 2; S.'I-8-tl


pridav, Muicli 8, 1968
+Jeistfk*kte>n
.Page 11-C
LEGAL NOTICE
I
N THE CIRCUtT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
in AND FOR OAPE COUNTY,
FLORIDA ,
No.7-111*
:E: Adoption "Petition of
J XLIAN TAVM>K ami
.lOSlK TATIjOR. husband
and wrfe
NOTICE OF ADOPTION
PROCEEDINGS
, ROBERT LK COMPTK
and HRK.NDA DAVIH
ljat*>MPTK
XbO-North iJnd Street
East Saint Lout*. Illinois
HI' ARE H BMW Y NOTIFIKD that
,. atiove named Petitioners JULIAN
d JOSIH TAYLOR, have filed a
ution in th above styled Court for
e adoption of ttif minor child named
herein and you arc required to
now cause why the same should not
granted by serving a copy
v..ur written defense, if
> "noon CBORTJE NIC7HOI.AS. At-
nrney fr Petitioners. 612 N.W 12th
venue. Miami. Florida, and by filing
,r original thereof with the Clerk
said Court, on or befare the 2i>ih
of March IMS. otherwise a dc-
,u!t will h." entered against you.
ITNESS my hand and seal of said
urt at Miami, Florida. this I4th day
I'. Irniary 1968
i; H l.EATHERMAN Clerk.
T'-ult Court, Xnde f'nnn'y, Florida
By: C P. COPBLAND
Deputy Clerk
2/16-23 3 l-
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ILEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
>N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No. 68-2151
NOTICE OF SUIT
FOR DIVORCE
\ : M. DILLINOHAM,
I' iiintlff
I VHY KBITH XII.t.lMlMAM,
-ill,ml
i! Mtv KEITH DILLINOHAM
. 713 State Line
Kansas City, Miouri 4ill
nl', GARY KEITH XII.1 INOH \M.
hereby notified that a Comnln nt
Divorce has been filed against
and V"u are required to nary*
[>l,\ .if vour Answer or Pleading '
Complaint foi Divorce on 11
miff's attorney, RONALD I.
f.wis. Bag., 417 Blwayne Ruildtng-
w Flagler Btreet, Miami, P
130 Phone: 378-2S51, and
Nginal Answer or Pleading
|fi. < of the Clerk of Ihe
bun on or before the ISOi
iir. h, 1988. If you fall t"
ilL-rni'nt liv default will b
DAyefiu
BY HENRY LEONARD
. r.t. nu
samtv>* ptACF,0H Lord, Ano Enable Israel To Be
|t fWasscMtUfft unto Thb Peoples op the Earth"
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
fil- tin
hi Ih*
Circuit
day !
do s I,
taker
Unat you for the relief demanded
ihe Complaint for Divorce
iThis notice ehnll be published nnro
ti week for four consecutive weeks
. THF. JEWISH FTORIDIAN.
|X"NE AND OKXEKEX. at Miami.
da, this !'th day of February,
E It IJBATHERMAN,
i ierk. pircnlt fotirt
Dade County, Florida
By: C P copei.a.n'X
Deputy Clerk
reull Court s.;ii)
1/16-23 3/1-8
JN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 77876
RE: Estate i
|W1B HURWITZ
1 Doceai i d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All Creditors and ah )'
vipg Claims or D-mauds AK.un-l ,
-I hist. 'i
\.u :.' hereby notified and re-
ill ,-d to present any claims and de-
ft,.tids. whi' h von may have against
.-state >! annie mmwira. de-
.,>! [ate of Dade County. Florida,
the t^nintv Judges of Bade County,
.1 fiin the Name m duplicate and as
ivhiled in Section 748 16, Florida
lt.,tu.tc.::. in their offii-es In the County
Jt. It'hin six calendar months from the
ie of the first publication hereof,
, 'he si.tin- will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 1st i
a- of Babruary, a.d. i6a.
KXWAItX N. MDOHB
An Executor
First puNir^lioti of thin notice on
IS day of Vebruary, 1968.
M.TflPS. MOOIIK A
STANZU
fV Arthur I/. Drklman
t'orpey forFelitioner
A'nsi.y BIuk., Miami, Fla.
2/I6-83_3/U_
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
iNDTICK. IS HBREBT OIVBN that
e under* -iKi'i-d, desirinfc to enpaire
bufflne-s under the fictitious name
ITA'b PARKING at 235 West Flapler
L""eet ititend 10 register said name
|th "the <"lerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida.
RENJAMIN AdROWlW
MIUIRED acRonow
2/16-23 3/1-8
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Karros is hereby t;ivEN that
U'i'ii i si,;n.-l. d.-sirinf to n n.i.'-
f bwrneaa under the fiititious name
i OH<>VE OXlTAR SHOP at 3418
Lin.Highway. Cihmiui Qrpve Intends
fretister said name with the Clerk
|thp Circuit Court of Dade County,
'"BOB A. SUES CORP.
1/16-23 3/1-8
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ILEVEN.TH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
*N AND COB OAOE COUNTV
FLORIDA. CIVtL ACTION
No. M-2038
.NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
tV ANN VBRVte.
Rhtrn,
v.-
K S. YURNLE.
fnrtani
FRANK ii VEBTNiJC. r-nl-
ulikm.wi ..- -e'4Ulred c sa*vc
of vour Answer to Uie C'-r:
for Divon on f>AVID M OON
. Attornev rtr Plair.t'f* '-*'l~
rtth Street. M-.UBJ. Floiidii 8M2C
f(le Original A'*-wr in th- itl
?e ('|.-rk Of the t'iriult Court '
(fore the 18th day of, Riurch
or a Del iu" w ill b.- SI 1
H I you.
TED. this 8lh day of February
E B LaATKBRUAN
'l-k, CircuH Court
Uade Count.- Florida
By N-. A HEvi*ETT
Deputy Clerk
2/16-23 3/1-8
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-2418
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JIMMY STBPTO,
Plaintiff
Vs
JOYCE STEPTO.
Defendant
You. JOYCE STBPTO, are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed airulnsl you.
.-.-.,I you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Kill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney, BNUEL AND POLLACK,
IffMl N.W 7th Btreet, Miami, Florida
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Cleric of the
Circuit t'ourt on or before the *j*uh day
of March, 1968, If you fall to do .-.>.
jutiKnii-ut by default will be taken
agaTnat you for the relief demanded
in the itiii of Complaint
This notice shall be publlshud once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
I >('NE AND ORDERED ai Miami
Florida .this ISlh day of February
A.D. 196"
F H. I.EATHER.MAV. Clerk
<':r< int Court. Dade County I :
By: C i- COPBLAND
Deputy Clerk
'Cin-u!' 'ourt Real!
ENfiRL AND PDIjLACK
17^0 N.W 7th Street
\ii ml Florida
2/29 1-8 IS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 68-2S32
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
RICHARD Alfred FACCHIANO
Plaintiff
JOAN E FACCHIANO.
Defendant
TO: JOAN K. FACCHIANO
3109 Frankfort Avenue
Philadelphia. Pennsylvania
YOi: are hereby notified that a com-
I'lan: for Divon i- has been filed acainst
yi u and you are required to serve a | iur;i|nst y.,u.
LEGAL NOTICE
CIRCUIT COURT. ELEVENTH
JUDICIA'.. CIRCUIT, DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 68-2482
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
OSCAIt FINLAYSON,
Plaintiff.
vs
Xi:i.nlti:s FINLAYSON,
Defendant
YOU, DELORES FINLAYSON, are
notified to Berve i' copy of your
answer to Divorce Complaint filed
agalnsl you on Plaintiff's attorney,
GBOROE NICHOLAS, BIS N.W 12th
Avs Miami, Fla., and file oriainal
with Clerk of ihis Court on or be-
fore March :.(;. 1968, otherwise com-
plaint will '" confessed by you.
Dated February H., 196S.
E it LBATHBRMAN, Clerk
By: N a HBWETT
Deputy Clerk
2/23 S/l-S-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77468-A
In HE: Estate of
WILLIAM AIITIII-R TCRUYVH.LE,
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having claims or lH-mands Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims- and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of WILLIAM ARTHIK
TI'RHYVTLLB, deceased late of Dade
County. Florida, to the County Jadjccs
of Dade County, and file the same in
duplicate aiid as 'provided in Section
733.16. Florida suiiu'.-.s. in their of-
fices in the Ci-uni v Courthouse in
Dade County,. Florida, within six
calendar months from the time of
the first publication hereof, or the
same will he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida .this 31
day of January. A.D. 19RR.
CAROLYN FRY I.OTT
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the day of February, 1!>68.
Dl'NN and JOHNSON
Attorneys for Estate
416 Biscayne MulldlnK-. Miami
2/16-23 3 1-h
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77988
In RB: Estate of
FAY H KAUFFMAN
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and .mi Persons
Having '"lain,- or Demands Against >
Said Estate:
You ar.- hereby notified and requlr- |
[ ed to present any claims and d< mands
which you may have against the,
ik late of FAY II K ACFFMAN -
eased late of Dade County, Florida.
I to the County Judges of Dade Coui
i and file the same In duplicate nnd a
provided In Section 733 !. Florida
| Statutes, In their offii In the Coui >
[ Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
[ within sis calendar months from the
time "f the first publication hereof,
I or 'he same will be barred
Dated al Miami. Florida, ibis 20th
day "f Pi bruary, A X 1068
JACCrlfi KAPFFMAN
As Executor
First publication of this notice oi
the 23 day of February, i n -
BARNBTT ROBINSON, JR.
410 Concord Building
Attorney for Executor
Miami, Florida
2 23 3 I-8-1E
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
:-- t.ii iness under the fictitious name
of NOTTINOHILL SHIRTS, Ltd., al
...:> B W 2Sth T' race, M iml
said name with the Clerk
nl Hi, Cli rk of Ihe Circuit Court of
Dad- '--ii: tj Fil I Ids
SI'SAN .'.- Ri IHERT RAI'CHMAN,
i >wners
. 8-5 1-8
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 68-2737
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
CON HAD THOMAS (JUMP,
Plaintiff,
vs
JERKY DUMP,
Defendant
TO: JERRY C.I'MP
Route Nil. 6
Chillii-otb,-. Ohio
YOI'. JERKY GUMP, are hereby
notified that a mil of Complaint for
Divorce has been rii. i against you.
and yu are required t" Berve a oops
of your inswer or Pleading to the
Rill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney, ENOEL & poi.l\CK. 1700
N.W, 7th Street, Miami. Florida, tele-
phone 878-0801 and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of th< Clrcuil Court on ar
before the "7 day "t March, I88, If
you fall to 'i" so. ludgmi nl by default
will be :.,!-..'i against you for the re-
lief demanded In ih. Bill of Com-
plaint.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida tins 21 day of February. 1988.
E It LBATHBRMAN, Clerk
Cm mi i u I ladi '' unl v, Florida
By: K M. LTMAN
I put) Clerk
ENOBL AND P< 'I Lack
Attorneys for the Plain.iff
IT;"' N W 7th Street
Miami. Florida
2 23 3/1-8-lfi
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN ANO F^R D*OE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 67-14413
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR DIVORCE
(AMENDED COMPLAINT
FOR DIVORCE)
OLADYS MEI'.I.INo.
Plaintiff
vs
FRANK S M ERLIN".
Defendant
TO: PRANK S MBRUNO
1210 Wolf Street
Philadelphia Pennsylvania
YOU, FRANK S MERLIN" are
hereby notified that an Amended
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
I you are required to
opy of your Answer or pleading on I serve a cony of your Answer or Plead-
Plaintiff's attorney, Joseph H. Young. m)t ),, ,),.. Amended Complaint for
475 Hillmore Way. Coral tlahlrs, Flo- riivoroc on the Plaintiff's Attorney.
rida, and file the original answer or|R,,XA|.i, [ DAVIS, ESQ.. 417 Bie-
pleading In the office of the Clerk
of the above styled Court on or be-
fore April 1. 1968. in default of which
tin- Complaint will be taken as con-
fessed against you.
DATED this 2ti day of February,
1968.
E. Ii LBATHBRMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Courl
Dade County, Florida
By: L 8 xcPIETHO
r--.":
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of MR. JULES OF MIAMI at 1844
N.E. 2nd Avenue. Miami Intends to
register said r.ame with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
Flurida. ... .
VALIJIDARBR FASHIONS. IN>
______________________3/I-8-15--'2
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File NO. 67A669
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
cayne Building, I!' W. Flagl.-r Street.
I Miami. Florida 33130 Phone: 878-28M
anil file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 1st day
of April. 198. If you fail to do so.
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Amended Complaint for Divorce.
This Notice shall be published once.
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI-DRID1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED, at Mian. .
K it :... this 26th day of February.
1968
E B. LBATHBRMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court
Xade County. Florida
F'y: C. P COPEI.AND
!>. puty Clerk
uit Court Seal. ( ,.S-1..-l:
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 77825-A
In RE: Estate of
MIKE CA8SATLY
Dei s< d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor- and All Person j
Having claims .- Demands Against
Said Estate:
Von an- hereby notified and renulred
h present any claims and demands
which you may hnvt agninsi the
.-slate of MIKE CASSATLY deceased
lute of Dade County, Florida, In the
1 udgi of '' le Conn.....I
rile thi me i". duplii ate and -
Ided In Wectii : '' Florii
s--.,- ;-, Ih'
' 'i urr! oust
within -i \ alendat mi ill from Ihe
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated al Miami. Florida
day of February, A X
JOSEPH GASP \TI.Y
As Bxecutor
First pubic at i n of till
the -3 di y Of February. 1968
Attornej fw Executor
LEONARD J K \L1RH
1629 i- ''
2 23 3 -1 '
(C
IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 77339
In RE: Estate of
BEN BOSKLN holder of County Tax VBSILE SOROCHAK
_....-- *?-. eotn i-.'ii- NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Sale Certificate No. 6930 issued the
1st day of June. A.D. 1963. has filed
sn,m in my "office, and his made
application for-a tax deed to be. Issued
;h--,-,o Siud Certificate embraoes the
. i g d.-se.-ibed property in the
Count) -' Dade! ytat of Florida, to-
"*"lot 19 BIOBk :, Sunny Slope Park.
Plat Book S Pae 11 in the County
o' Dade. Stt- of, Fiorlda.
""he a>.-es.sment of said property
u.--- the Mid rtitmSJSS^ff
: .. of: SARAH A BRAJJljEY.
I'nles- said csrUtlaaM shall be re-
deamed aecorditig to law. the pro-
--i-i. described ^e^eitl will be
sold tinv*
To All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate: ', .
You are hereby notified ana re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have wii:n'
the estate of VBSILIE SCtROCHAK
deceased late of Dade County. Florida
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provide': in Section TBStM, Florida
Statute.- ,ln th.-i- of.--- in the County
Counhou..... i'-" ''>' Fiona*.
within six calendar month- trom the
ilr-i nuhllcntlon her...-.
ill be barred
rd
' TSfhTst bidder c the court-. o, M.e -ano- ;w.|.enar,,..,
of Ann!, 1168
. lai ibruarj
LBATHBRMAN
, f OMiit Cour
II.U1-- I iounty, Flor
By' P F QUI/DS
rjepul
(Circuit Court Sean .....
a \dmiuistrntrix
Firm publ -
the Isi da} of March. IMK
BERNARD I. JAFFK
Attorney tor Estati '
VBSILE SORPCHAK
fi W Flllgler Street
Miami, Florida
:: 1-8-13-28
IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 77636-C
In RB: Estate of
HENRY ROSBN
Deceaaed
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED
IN THE ESTATE OF SA1X DE-
CEDENT.
You iire hereb> notified that a
written Instrument purporting :o be
the last will and testament of said
decedent has been admitted to pro-
bate In said Court You are hereby
commanded within six calendar months
from the date of the first publication
of this notiee to appear in said Court
and show cause, if any you can, why
the action Of said Court in admitting
said will to probate -hould not -land
un revoked.
First publication of this not-re on
the 23rd dnv of February, 1968.
OEOROET, CLARK
County Judge
Ily: MEI.HA C DICK
Clerk
IRVINfi CYPEN LAW OFFICES
Attorney
82.'. Arthur Oodfrey Road
Miami Beach, Florida 3:140
8/88 .", 1-8-16
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 77620-C
In RE: Estate of
CLARENCE L HARTHOLDT
Dec eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and AJI Persons
Having Claims or Demand- Against
Said Estate
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to pre<.,;:it any claims and demands
which you may have against the
estate of CLARENCE L. BARTHOLIYr
deceased lale of Dade County, Flo-
rida, to the County Judges Of Xade
Countv iird file the same In duplicate
and a- pmvidol in Se.-ti"n 733.16.
Florid., S.-atutes. in their offices in the
Courtv Courthouse In Dtuie County.
.. within six ealeudar months
- '.....- oi the first puhh-ation
the H me will bo barred.
.i Miami, Florida, this 21
' .bruary, A. D, 1918
vdministratof
i um Testamento Anpexn
in of this no'
l,t ni February, 1868
V IN A PRIBDM
Al -or- -. Adm
llll Ail Uui'ding
I Miami, Florida.
' 2 -:: :: i s
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-2746
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IIF.MII.XA YARBER,
Plaintiff
vs
LBItO^ I BBR,
Defend:
T( i FRi 'V > MISER
l;. -,. il'i nown
Y,,u I -.' llUER, are hereby
i. of Complahit f"r
l, N. I i gainst you,
.md >ou an rt|.....! to i rve n copy
PI, ni m the
Bill i i n thi Plaintiff s
. IIIWIN I STONE,
l-lo-
i th< ".-u.-r or
i I. rk
or thi
27th da) of March !"- if, you fall
to do so, ju.it.....il i d< :ui.i .....
taken ugai l"|,,,f <,,"
manded In Ihi I'll "f Ci mplalnt.
This notice shall bi published on'-e
each w< for fou .-.-.
m Till-: JEWISH FI/miDIAN,
DONE VND OKHBRED Miami,
PI, rida, U ii -'-' daj ol February,
A E*B LBATHBRMAN, Clel
Circuit Court, Dadi IVU ^>. 1 -
By: C P. COPELAND
11,-i'ii> "Ierk
(Circuit court Seal) ......
T- Olliee- lli nil- I'll.
Dade_Counl i I .
of rcult Courl
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is HEREBY OIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious names
of MENTAL HEALTH INSTITUTE;
PSYCHOI.OC.ICAL INFORMATION!
CENTER i' 886 N.E 86th Street,
Miami intends to register said names
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
oi Xade County, Florida
LEONARD HABBR
SYVIL MARQI'lT
ARTHUR STILLMAN
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKEItV GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
Of ATMORE APARTMENTS at 7315
Harding Avenue. Miami Beach intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of L>ade County.
Florida,
ELI HRK'IKK and
TOBY HREtlER. sole owners
j/i-x-ir.-22
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77409-B
In RE: Estate of
FREDERIC E. MET/.
Deceased ___
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AH Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claim- or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mand- which you may have against
the estate of FREXER1C E METifi
deceased late of Xade Count). Florida.
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and fil- the same in duplicate and a.
provided hi Section 733 16. Florida
statutes, in their offices In the County
within s:> calendar months from the
Courthouse in Dole County. Florid i.
time or the fi-s- publication hereof,
or the same will be barred
Dated at Ml .- Fl I -'
day ol Februarj LD '-
MORRIS i H :v-
A- Admints itor
First pub'. on
the let day of Mar '
MORRIS COHEN
Attorney for IS' i'
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