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The Jewish Floridian ( March 15, 1968 )

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FVH-- March 15. 1968
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
The Golden Calf
Gen. Marshall Is Judea Speaker

By RABBI IRWIN CUTLER
Temple Israel, Miramar
In our day. the emphasis is upon
security first. We feel that convic-
tions are admirable but they must
not stand in the way of success.
We offer "prac-
tical" advice
to each other
"Don't stick
your neck out."
. "Don't be-
come involved."
A man who
I risks his posi-
tion because of
his ideals is
categorized as
a foolish idealist
and thought to
be impractical.
A great num-
ber of the leaders of our day feel
it is better to be safe and silent
than to speak up candidly and
courageously.
People forfeit their convictions
and beliefs rather than risk their
positions.
It is one thing to affirm these
principles as a personal creed of
faith, and another to threaten our
status quo security.
In the Scriptural portion of this
week, we read the story of the
"golden calf." The people demand
Rabbi Cutler
of Aaron that he mak-? for them
a god "who shall ; before us"
(Exodus 32 l And Aaron made a
; sta'ue Ol n calf, which the
people pronounced to be the God
of Israel
When Moses, the uncompromis-
ing leader of Israel, came down
irom Mt. Sinai and discovered the
"golden calf." he said to Aaron:
"What did this people unto thee,
that thou hast brought a great sin
upon them"'' (Exodus 32:21).
If we have survived as Jews, it
is to the credit of the courageous
and uncompromising way in which
Moses did not yield to the de-
mands of the people. Of course.
| Aaron was forgiven, because he
I was a peacemaker and stalled for
time, believing Moses would re-
i turn presently.
Today, more than ever before.
! we need leaders like Mosesmen
who have courage to live in ac-
cordance with their convictions.
Only then will Judaism once again
become "the tree of life for all
those who take hold of it."
' Gen S. I. A. Marshall, one o: skill. N.V in I'Hw and wWdk-
ica's foremost .mjiiyry ana- cated al Text* College ui-.v
i ...____...in ...!. ., .i... i-..:..____.... _. i.
6EN. S. 1. A. MARSHALL
Judge Berkman is Speaker
Judge Jason Berkman was the
guest speaker at the luncheon
meeting of the Opti-Mrs. Club of
Miami Beach Tuesday in the Al-
giers Hotel. Mrs. Lawrence Weston
was program chairman. Club pres-
ident is Mrs. Frank Nankin.
Dialogue To View
Passover, Easter
The fourth in a series of monthly-
dialogues will be held in the Sklar
Auditorium of Temple Ner Tamid.
Miami Beach, at 8 p.m. Wednes-
day.
The subject of the symposium
for the evening will be "Jews and
Christians Look at Passover and
Easter."
Participating in the program
will be Dr. Charles G. McClure.
oastor of the First Presbyterian
Church of Miami Beach; Father
James Briggs. assistant pastor of
St. Mary's Cathedral; and Dr. Eu-
gene Labovitz. rabbi of Temple
Ner Tamid. who will act as mod-
erator and participate in the dis-
cussion.
,\ -> and war historians will
at 8 p in. 1 uej la; Temple Ju-
dea. Joseph Krefetz. preside
le has announced.
The occasion the fifth pro-
gram in the Temple Judea Cultural
Series, "Perspectives liW8."
winch will conclude Ma) 11 with
a talk by Bishop James A. Pike California.
Samuel Lyman Atwood Marshall.
whose topic will be 'War Today."
served in World War I. World War
II and in Korea. A former consult-
ant to Secretary of War Henry
Stimson, Chief Historian of the
European Theater and member of
many advisory commissions, he
currently is serving on the Air
Force Advisory Committee.
Gen. Marshall was born in Cat-
now the University ol Texas
married CateFinnerty ofSai
He is Honorary Fellow, Bar Man
.University of Israel and has re
ceived several decorations includ-
ing ths Legion of Merit, the Croi,
de Guerre and Legion of Hone
(France) and the Medallion o;
Valor (Israel).
Gen. Marshall has covered f:,.-
hand the recent wars in the Mi
East and Southeast Asia, and ;.
considered an authority on the Is
rael Army and on the militai
situation in Vietnam.
Cochairman of the cultural -
ries are Milton Goldberg and Mr-
George Baum.
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Ki Tissa
rCaboinical U eh
evision
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rocyranii
Mar. 17Ch 10, 9:30 a_m. The Jewish Worship Hour.
Host: Rabbi Max A. Lipsehitz, Beth Torah Con-
gregation, North Miami Beach
-Mar. 17Ch. 7, 10 ajn. The Still Small Voice
Rabbi Daniel Franzel, Temple Beth Sholom. Miami
Beach.
Topic: Purim.
Mar. 19Ch. 2. 9:30-10:30 p.m. Man to Man.
Topic: The Theology of Superstition.
Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Pierce.
Participants: Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Temple Beth
Am; Rev. David G. Russell. Bishop's Represen-
tative, The Voice: and Rev. Albert R. Schmidt.
Grace Lutheran Church of Miami Springs.
-:. 'i.i.
.
Israel Attorney To
; Speak At Hillel
Leon Fine. Israeli attorney and
i lecturer, will speak at the Hillel
I House. Sunday at 11 a.m.
Mr. Fine is now on a tour of
American and Canadian universi-
ties, lecturing on behalf of the
United Jewish Appeal. His topic
at the Hillel House will be "Ameri-
cans in Israel: What Are Their
Problems. Challenges and Suc-
cesses?"
Mr. Fine will also address the
International Law Society at the
University of Miami School of Law
on Monday.
When Moses beholds the people worshiping the golden call.
he shatters the Tablets of Law.
"As soon as ... he saw the calf and the dancing ... Moses'
anger waxed hot. and he cast the tables out of his hands"
(Exod. 32:19i
KI TISSA The children of Israel were counted and each
man over 20 years of age contributed half a shekel as "ransom "
Bezalel, son of Uri. and Oholiab. son of Ahisamach. were ap-
pointed to head the artisans who made the Tabernacle and its
vessels. The Israelites were warned not to violate the Sabbath
day.
God gave Moses two tablets of stone containing the Ten
Commandments, written "with the finger of God." However, to
the impatient Israelites. Moses seemed to be tarrying too long on
the mountain.
They made a golden calf which Moses found them worship
ing. In his fury, he broke the two tablets of the Law. The idola-
ters were killed by the members of the loyal tribe of Lew
Moses prayed successfully to God to spare the children of
Israel despite their backsliding. He ascended Mount Sinai again.
and there received a new set of stone tablets. When he descend
ed. "The skin of Moses' face sent forth beamc: and Moses put
the veil back upon his face, until he went to speak with Him."
(Exodus 34:351.
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of tha Law is extracted
nd based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage,"
edited by P Wollman-Tsamir, $15. Publisher is ShengoW, and the
volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President
of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang.
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AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA
TION. 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morris Barr.
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dall Dr., S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
i-'rlday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "What's
Next In the School Crisis-?" Saturday
11:15 a.m. Bar Mitzvah. David, son
if Mr. and Mrs. Harry Robs; Jeffrey,
son of Dr. and Mrs. William Silver.
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ervices
MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional Cantor
Louis Cohen.
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
-'riday 5:30 and B:M p.m. I'SY Bab-
bath. Sermon: "Youth Speaks Oat."
Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "The Torah
i OR OLOM (TEMPLE). Conservative
8755 SW 16th St. Miami. Rabbi
Ralph Z. Glixman. Cantor Benjamin
Ben Ari.
1 Fridn> H p.m. Saturday B:4f a.m. Bar
Mitzvah: Ht-nry, son of Mr. and Mrs.
William Herzl.run. Mincha p.m.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Avenue.
Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Friday 6:15 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Number* that Count." Miiu-ha
'. p.m.
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BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson.
H'riday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Count
Vour Hlessinife." Sisterhood will be
honored with .Mrs. Jack Stone. presi-
dent, extendlng^l-eetings. Oneg Shal>-
tiat Hosted bywoYigregation president,
-iam Sohulwolf and Mrs. Schulwolf.
Saturday 8:45 A,m. Sermon: "Lift
4'our Head huff|V 5:45 p.m. "A True
I'ount."
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BETH SOLOMjBN. 50 NW 51st Place.
Conservative; I
riday 6:15 *no" 8:15 p.m Orreg Shah-
Oat sponsored by Mrs. Esther Kleder
*nd Mr. and Mrs. Alter Plsetzer. Sat.
urday 9 a.m. Mlm-ha 5:3" p.m
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BETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April,
l-'rlday 8.15 p.jti Sisterhood Sabbath.
luest speaker, Mrs. Xat l.urie. Sister-
hood president. The temnle choir end
'antor Fein will he honored. Saturday
* a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Philip, win of
Mr. and Mrs. Eli Schlazar
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. Cartor Albert Glantz.
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig,
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EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Ava. Conservative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
Friday 5 and :3 p.m. Sermon: "While
i Six Million Died' Another Remind,
er and a New Challenge. Saturday 9
a.m. Sermon: "Weekly Portion of the
| Bible." Bar Mitzvah: Alan, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Singer.
, HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetrse
Or. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer
Frldaj 5:1! and 1:15 p.m. Purim ser-
vice Sermon: "Did Mordecal I'se
Xon-Vlolenl Resistance end Is li
i Eteall) Successful Today?" Ban Mlts-
i van: Claudia, daughter of Mr. and
.Mis Nathan Sliu.-terniaii Baturda}
t S:3 a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Jeffrey, son
of Mr ami Mrs Edwin Golsteln; Ronl,
' son of Mr anil Mrs George Laskln
Fridaj S.-1J p.m. Sermon: "Matzos,
Hamantashen and Hitler Halavah "
Saturday 9a. m
BNAI SHOLOM (Temple). 275 NW
1#Oth Street. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham M. Cassel.
ISRAEL (TEMPLE). OF GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 1th St. Reform
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Our Choice
- Vietnam or America."
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnaas.
'Friday 5:45 and 8:15 p.m Sermon:
"How Do You Count a People?" Sat-
urday 8:45 a.m. Sermon: "Portion of
the Week."
TIFERETH JACOB (TEMPLE) 951 E-
4th Ave., Hialeah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m.
Bar Mitzvah: Morey. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Spitalmck
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ZION (TEMPLE) 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Alfred yVaxman.
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MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL, 7801 Cs.iyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi taaac Ever.
Friday 6:30 p.m Saturday 8:45 a.m.
Sermon by Rnhhi Shalom Nochum
Ever on "Historical or Traditional
Judaism Which?" Samuel Hersh-
kowits will host The Oneg Shahhat
Minclm 6:15 p.m. Host will he Philip
Yasser
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrficld.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
wltz. Cantor Nico Feldman.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The
Righteous Christian Saturday 9
a.m. Sermon: "Portion of the Law."
NER TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St. and
r.itum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th Street,
Orthodox. Rabbi 8erel Wein.
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave..
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
OHEV SHALOM. 7011 Bonita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man.
[Saturday 8:30 a.m. Sermon: "Ideals
and Idols." Mlncha 6 p.m.
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias.
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1546
Jefferson Ava. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon. "The Clergy'*
Preoccupation with Viet Nm."
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BETH SHOLOM '(TEMPLE). 144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Is Ha-
m.-mi-m the Basic Cause of Negro
I'nrest?" Saturday 10:45 a.m. Baa
Mitzvah: Pamela, daughter of Mrs.
Pat Leslie and Harry Legrle.
YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
1542-44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A.
Ben-Hillel.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE).
Conservative, 1025 NE 183rd St.,
Miami Gardens Rd. Rabbi Milton
Schlinsky. Cantor Harry Sterling.
Friday .8:15 .p.m. Sermon: "Where are
the Esthers of Today?" Saturdav
8:45 a.m. Junior congregation at 9:15
a.m.
BETM. TFiLAH-.MS Euclld Av- r- BBTM TORAH. 1*4th Bt. and NE 11th
thodox. Rabbi Joseph C. Rackoveky. Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
:i in Sermon: "Bi......u.il Lesson
FT. LAUDERDALE
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 547 E
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Phil =
Chaiton. Cantor Theodore Mindic-
Frida) B:16 p.m. Ronald Hlshkrn w'
conduct services <>ne Bhabbai bosi
ed by Mr and Mrs. Alvin Slegel
honor ( their isth anniversary S t-
urdaj I a m
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative
Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum.
Frida] 1:15 p.m. Sermon: "For a
Brighter Future." Young Judeans win
conduct the service Sisterhood will
host the Oneg Shahhat. Saturday 8:45
n.m. Sermon: "Portion of (he Week "
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Charles M Ru-
bel. Cantor Jack Lerner.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Yielding
to Popular Demand." Baturda) 9
a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Jeffrey, son of Mr
and Mrs Benjamin Freimark
SINAI (TEMPLE). OF NORTH DADE
Temporary office, 18801 NE 22nd
Ave. Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kingtley
Friday 1:16 p.m. Services at Washing-
ton Federal, 99 XK lTUl St. Sermon:
"Aspects of Reform Judaism: Chang-
ing Definitions Are Jews a people
or a Religion?" Saturday 11 a.m. Bus
Mitzvah: Patricia, daughter of Mi-
ami Mrs. Martin Kahn
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan.
Frldny 6 and *:18 p.m! Hebrew School
i students will present a program "f
I song and dialogue on Purim I >ne
Shabbal hosts will he Mr. and Mrs
Julius Kaplan. Mr.'ami Mrs. Norman
Kobelln and Mrs Bruche Rosen Sat-
urday a.m Sermon: "The Golden
Calf ha Never Left Is Mr. ami Mrs
Philip K.fr,..- win* hosl She Kiddush
In honor of Mr ami Nfr* Hen Jacob-
son.
EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrews Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton.
Cantor Jerome Klement.
HALLANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
126 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd.
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (TEMPLE). S. 14th Ave
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "While Si'
Million Died." Saturday If am iu
Mitzvah: l.nuv. son of Mr. and Mrs
Gerald W. Taines. -
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE). 1725
Monroe St Conservative. Rao'-i
Morton Malavaky. Cantor Pn.: o
Lutman.
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson S:
Conservative. Rabbi Oavid Shjo
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun.
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 3500 SW 69tr
Way. Conservative. Rabbi lrw>r-
Cutler.
POMPANO BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 132 SW 1111
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Mom
A. Skop. Cantor Leon Segal.
SURFS IDE
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SRAEL OF GREATER Ml M2GAN DAVID CONGREGATION
NE 171st St. Orthodox' 5Ur',,d Community .-Center. 93V
YOUNG
AMI 90
Rabbi Naftali Porush
Friday 6:16 p.m. Saturday n.m Ser.
Alnu'tiu 6:1., p.m
lion.
CORAL GABLES
JSSfotmTSMKKL^ ^ Crnd Blvd.
r.7?,0rm/ R,b,>l M<>rris Kipper
Friday 8:1.. p.m. Rahhi Kipper will
conduct on "Ask the Rahhl-^ssm-'
ZrMJ2RA.(.TE'^Ei-44 *smor. Ave
Conservative. Rabbi 'Maxwell BeVger
55*^b.*:M pm Sermon: "Riding on
the win*, of Time" Saturday's^:,
Collins Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaa:
_ O Vine.
Friday 6 p.nt Saturday 9 a.m.
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
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Page 13-A
BOOK REVIEW
JfZJcUcUi-y
scymour b. Uvbtnan Ir^lrLL
Jordan Desecrations Are
Documented For L. V.
THE WAR AGAINST THE JEWS
By Dagobert Runes
>bcrt Runes is the publisher
i he Philosophical Library
: has issued his book The
War /.lain** the Jews (S6.00).
Emotionally, most Jews will find
e in another righteous at-
tack on the past perfidy of the
-Man churches in their treat-
'>t the Jews throughout the
This beautifully printed
- Rawed, however, by scv-
liistorical errors and a lack
iginality,
following are a few of the
rs which cause one to doubt
. ccuracy of other statements.
quote the section on Peru:
In 1639 twelve Portuguese Jews
burned at the stake by the
-ition." Peru was a colony
S ain until the late 1820s. The
: iquisition there was a branch of
e Holy Office of the Spanish In-
is :ion as were the branches in
Mexico City. Cartagena, Santiago
ii Buenos Aires. There were
ii 60 Jews in the 1639 auto
da fe in Lima.
A multiplicity of errors appear
rider Mexico (New Spain until
1821). The first auto da fe was
n 1523. not '1536."' The use of
quotation marks around the word
confessed'- implies that the con-
fissions were false. They were
not Francisca de Carvajal (not
Carabajal) was not in a dungeon
for over three years"; she was
tortured only once: she was not
burned alive Feb. 24, 1590, since
she appeared in the auto da fe of
Dec. 8, 1596. Runes would profit
from a reading of Tto Enlioht-
ened by Seymour B. Liebman (U.
of Miami Press, 1967).
For the current period be could
easily have learned that the sub-
sidies for the printing of anti-
Semitic literature in Mexico ema-
nate from the Egyptian Embassy
and the Arab Information Office
and not from "mysterious"
sources. Under "Oaths," Runes
writes that the judicial attitude
ended with the American and
French Revolutions. This is obvi-
ously incorrect, since Jews were
not able to testify in the courts
of several of the new American
states until the 19th centurv un-
less they took the oath on the
New Testament, which thev re-
fused to do.
The fecund Runes has append-
ed to his brief polemics, a dic-
tionary of words which consti-
tutes the ma.'or portion of his
book. Mako'm Hay > Europe and
tHe Jews mow in paperback. Bea-
con Press, treats the same mat-
ters m re authoritatively. Roth's
Hir'cry of the Marranos, from
which Rur.es drew, contains manv
errors which Roth copied from
earlier writers in the field. It
appears that Runes is not only
perpetuating others' errors, but
.- also compounding them with
his own.
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Continued from Page 1-A
rael was destroying the character
i! Arab Jerusalem" and was sul-
lying Moslem holy places by its
clearing operations and archeolog-
lcal excavations in the vicinity of
the West Wall.
Ambassador Tekoah accompanied
his documents with a S4-page book
containing scores of photographs
of Jewish homes, synagogues and
cemeteries willfully damaged or
destroyed by the Jordanians.
"With regard to the West Wall."
Ambassador Tekoah wrote, "it is
THE FIRST Jewish organization
in Minneapolis was the Montefiore
Burial Association, formed in 1876.
Eban Raps
Nasser Over
Peace Talks
Continued From Page 1-A
dressed to the foreign minister of
another country.
The spokesman asserted that the
United States had repeatedly
stressed that it favored a solution
to the Middle East dispute based
on an agreement and obtained
through negotiations. The United
States has also made it clear, he
added, that it was vital to start the
negotiations as soon as possible.
He noted that the United States
reiterated at every opportunity
American adherence to President
Johnson's five-point program for
settlement of the Arab-Israeli dis-
pute.
Other sources stressed that both
the United States and Britain fa-
vored roundtable talks between Is-
rael and the Arabs under the chair-
manship of Jarring, and not in-
direct talks conducted by each side
separately with him.
Foreign Ministry officials said
this week that the interview with
President Nasser published in the
current issue of Look Magazine
proved the Egyptian leader to be
a "brazen liar."
to be observed that it is the most
Holy Place of all to Judaism." He
said that archeological excavations
near the West Wall and the Temple
Mount area, had always taken
place "during the period of
the Mandate and during the Jor- I
danian occupation Approval
has been granted for the continu-
ation of these excavations, outside
the area of the Temple Mount, that
is outside the walls surrounding
the Hafam esh-Sharif."
The Israeli envoy noted further
that "a clear distinction exists be-
tween the Haram esh-Sharif and
the Western Wall which were rec-
ognized as two >i parate Holy
Places," by the United Nations.
Concerning Israeli slum clear-
ance operations in the Mughrabl
quarter of the Old City, a Jewish
quarter. Ambassador Tekoah point-
ed out that though it faces the
West wall it is not a holy place
but secular property.
"No modern civilized govern-
ment or municipal administration
would have tolerated the slum con-
ditions which the Jordanian gov-
ernment created in this quarter,"
he said.
Noting that the Jordanian repre-
sentative complained about plans
I to construct new housing in the
modern part of Jerusalem, includ-
ing the former "no man's-land"
I and areas occupied by Jordan in
1948. Ambassador Tekoah wrote
that "this complaint refers to va
cant land of which about two-thirds
is public domain or belongs to
Jewish private pefs'ons or institu-
tions. Only one-third is owned by
private Arab landlords. No person
at all is being evicted and none of
the land in question belongs to any
ecclesiastical institution or is Waqf
lArab foundation for the adminis-
tration of Moslem holy places)
property."'
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Among the participants in a recent work-
shop coeponsored by the Council of Con-
gregational Preschool Teachers of Greater
Miami and the Bureau of Jewish Education,
were (from left*: Dr. Zev Kogan. director of
the lewnh National Fund Council of Great-
er Miami, who addressed the qrouo; Mrs.
Nathan Stern, recording secretary of the
teachers Council; Mrs. Leo Brandeis, Coun-
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
ume
41 Number 11
West Warned Not
To Compete For
Egyptian Favors
Miam'- Florida. Friday. March 15. 1968
Three Sections Price 20<-
InF.W YORK (JTA) Ambassa-
Yosef Tekoah, Israel's perma-
Ul representative to the United
ions, charged here this week
at the Western nations were try-
II to compete with the Soviet
lion for the favor of Egypt's
psident Nasser and warned that
eh a policy would not work.
The Israel envoy spoke at a spe-
al aliyah (immigration) confer
ee ol the Zionist Organization of
terica, attended by 400 persons.
Vnbassador Tekoah said that the
Oil adopted by the Arab heads
State at Khartoum last summer
the effect that there must be no
ice with Israel still dominated
,ib policy and that recent state-
Is by Nasser and other Egyp-
i rnmeUl spokesmen did not
igur well for a peaceful settle-
He rejected as "unfounded and
iningless" reports in the last
i'u days from Cairo and other
mces suggesting that Egypt had
leceptod the Security Council's
lov. 22. 1967 resolution. "What
fgypl has accepted is her own in-
t'rpretation of the resolution." he
lid. "an interpretation that has
een rejected by the Security
juncil itself."
ranee Says
o To New
\Bid For Jets
PARIS (WNS) Israel's bid for
lelivery of contracted 50 Mirage
let planes was believed thwarted
inew this week by the French gov-
ernment in talks between the
French Minister of Defense Pierre
Messmer and Gen. Zvi Tsur, Is-
rael's deputy Minister of Defense.
The embargo on the jets, for
which Israel has already paid a
substantial sum, was imposed by
President de Gaulle last June.
It is believed Gen. Tsur has been
lit.formed that the planes might be
[delivered when substantive prog-
[ress has been made toward settle-
hnent of the Middle East situation.
Ambassador Tekoah said that
the Soviet Union, by the very na-
ture of its policy, has always
proved itself capable of outbidding
its competitors in the Middle East.
"Therefore Western competition in
seeking Nasser's favors and cater-
ing to his whims has been an utter
failure."
EBAN TELLS KNESSET
Nasser Stand
Blocks Peace
For Mideast
YOSEF TEKOAH
Reveal Soviet Arrests
After Six-Day War
LONDON (WNS) A British
traveler who recently returned
from a visit to the Soviet Union
has reported that a number ol
Jews were arrested there in the |
wake of last June's Six-Day War
and that their families to this day
have not been told the reason for
their arrests.
The unidentified traveler said
the arrests were preceded by house
searches.
On* of the arrests occurred in
Vilna. capital of the Soviet Re-
public of Lithuania, where a Jew
by the name of Israel Leites was
arrested after a house search that
was said not to have produced a
single incriminating bit of evidence
against the man.
His family, the traveler said,
does not know to this day where
Mr. Leites is being held. The only
possible crime of the Leites fam-
ily, he noted, was the fact it had
an exit permit for Israel it obtain-
ed from the Vilna immigration of-
fice in conformity with Soviet reg-
ulations.
Another arrest took place in
Moscow. The detained Jew was
Valentin Frumakov. a young man
who lived with his mother. A
search of his home uncovered a
booklet of Jewish national songs.
He was arrested last year and
nothing has been heard from him
since.
Similar post-June 1967 arrests
were reported in other Soviet
areas.
The Jewish situation in the So-
viet Union also erupted into debate
on the floor of the House of Com-
mons and at a "teach in" on the
plight of Soviet Jewry under the
aegis of the Inter-University Jew-
ish Federation and the youth sec-
tion of the Jewish National Fund.
In the House of Commons, Prime
Minister Harold Wilson declared
in reply to an inquiry that he did
not "think there would be any ad-
Continued on Page 3-A
JERUSALEM (JTA) Foreign
Minister Abba S. Eban said this
week that if the Arabs were really
willing to negotiate a peace settle-
ment a formula could be found.
In a speech summing up a for-
eign affairs debate in the Knesset,
Mr. Eban said it was Israel's aim
to limit the Arab options to two:
maintenance ol the present cease-
fire agreements or their conver-
sion into peace treaties.
The Foreign .Minister said Israel
would be satisfied with nothing
less than a contractural peace
agreement which would include
the practical steps for its imple-
mentation. He said that this will
continue to be Israel's stand when
talks are resumed with Ambassa-
dor Gunnar V. Jarring, the United
Nations special envoy in the Mid-
dle East.
Mr. Eban referred to the speech
Jordan Desecrations Are
Documented For U. N.
UNITED NATIONS. NY. (JTA)
Israel presented to Secretary-
General UThant this week docu-
mentary and photographic evi-
dence of 20 years of destruction,
desecration and vandalism by Jor-
dan against Jewish property and
holy places in Old Jerusalem and
surrounding areas which it occu-
pied in the 1948 war against Israel.
The evidence, submitted by Am-
bassador Yosef Tekoah. Israel's
permanent representative to the
United Nations, was accompanied
by a letter challenging Jordan's
right to complain about Israel's
efforts to clear slums in the area
and erect modern housing for Jews
and Arabs alike.
Ambassador Tekoah's presenta-
tion was in direct reply to letters
and documents submitted by Mu-
hammed H. El-Farra. representa-
tive of Jordan, to the Secretary-
KNESSET PONDERS
STATUS OF WALL
JERUSALEM (JTA)-The
internal affairs committee of
the Knesset visited the West
Wall in Old Jerusalem this
week to determine the future
status of the site, a question
over which the Municipality
and archeologists differ
sharply with the Chief Rab-
binate. The problem before
the committee is to decide
whether the West Wall is to
be treated as primarily a
holy place or an historical
site.
General on Feb. 23 and Feb. 28.
The Jordanians charged that Is-
Continued on Page 13-A
ABBA EBAN
at Helwan by President Nasser if
Egypt threatening renewal of ttf
war to reclaim the territories occu-
pied by Israel after the June war
and said that Israel had noted th*
threats and would draw its cor-
elusions.
He said President Nasser's ""un-
mitigated belligerency" threaten-
ed the door to peace that was Is-
rael's only chance of leaving be-
hind it the nightmare of the situ>
tion that prevailed last June.
Meanwhile an Israeli Foreigi
Office spokesman categorically de-
nied a report from Cairo to the
New York Times alleging that Sec
retary of State Dean Rusk haJ
sent Mr. Eban a note pressing
him to accept demands by Egypt
for indirect negotiations for a Mid-
dle East settlement. Israel has in-
sisted on face-to-face talks.
The spokesman said in response
to questions, that there had bee i
: no pressure of any kind from the
United States in regard to th-j
form the negotiations with tin
j Arabs should take. The spokesman
i said a "continuous exchange of
views" is taking place between
Washington and Jerusalem but. he
said, it was "unthinkable" that the
State Department would divulge
the content of the messages a)
Continued on Page 13-A
ENLISTMENTS UP
Yeshiva Suspends Draft Of Chaplains
D*. EMANUU IACXMAN
NEW YORK (JTA) The one-
year experiment in voluntary re-
cruitment of military chaplains
for rabbinic students at the Rabbi
Isaac Elchanan Theological Semi-
nary of Yeshiva University, insti-
tuted last January, has resulted
thus far in a 50 percent increase
in the number of such students
who will enter military service,
an official of the university re-
ported this week.
The voluntary approach replaced
a self-imposed draft system initiat-
ed by the three major Jewish
seminaries during the Korean War.
according to Dr. Emanuel Rack-
man, assistant to the president for
Yeshiva University affairs. The
other two are the Conservative
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America and the Reform Hebrew
Union College-Jewish Institute of
Religion.
Ordained clergymen are exempt
; from the draft. Dr Rackman said
that the students at the Yeshiva
j University Seminary had long felt
I that as volunteers they were bet-
ter able to serve the spiritual
needs of Jewish servicemen and
that the draft system was a less
effective means of recruitment
than a voluntary approach.
The Jewish Theological Semi-
nary reported, in a statement, that
Rabbi Eli Bohnen, president of the
Rabbinical Assembly, the associa-
tion of Conservative rabbis, named
a special commission earlier this
year to re-study the Conservative
policy on the chaplaincy draft and
to make recommendations for fu-
ture procedures to the executive
committee of the Rabbinical As-
sembly at the organization s next
annual convention on March 25.
The Seminary said that, during
this period, the faculty and admin-
istration of the Seminary, under the
direction of Rabbi David C. Kogen.
administrative vice-chancellor, had
been exploring with members o*
the Seminary's junior and senior
classes the feelings of the rabbin
ical students about chaplaincy
service, with a view toward cot-
firming or modifying present pro-
cedures after the Rabbinical *.*
Continued on Pag* 2-A
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JERUSALEM fJTAl F!a?
flev. at half rr.ast throughout Israel
tbn week following a nationally
broa-.cast statement by Defense
Minister Moshe Dayan officially
declaring as lo>t the missing sub-
marine Dakar, which disappeared
in January" with, ber 09 officers and
crew
The Knes?et held a special
mournin? session attended by
Pre?tdent Z-iman Shazar while, at
a specia! ---.jr. of the Cabir.
Prime Minister E-hkc! issued
..knee to the fam.
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Halls Draft
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Continued from Pg 1-A
sernbly acts upon Hie report of its
committee, which has not yet been
submitted.
Under the draft system, ordained
k.-nts were requ.red to take a
-ical examination for possible
i haplaincy duty before they could
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Physically fit students are avail-
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Jewish Welfare Boards Cams
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tarj
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5 fmMi Fkrkttan
Paqe 3-A
Rabin Presents His Credentials
WASHINGTON (JTA>-President
Johnson and Maj. Gen. Yitzhak
Rabin. Israel's new Ambassador to
the United States, exchanged
warm, though formal, messages of
greetings this week when Gen.
Rabin appeared at the White House
to present his credentials to the
President.
Mr Johnson said the United
Staler was 'deeply concerned at
the continuing tension and repeat-
ed conflicts between Israel and its
neighbors," He agreed with Gen.
Rabin that there was, "tor the
first time in two decades, a realis-
tic opportunity for the peaceful
settlement the people of Israel and
other lands in the Near East so
supremely deserve" and that this
opportunity "must not be lost."
The messages were written.
Gen. Rabin, appearing the next
djy at the National Press Club,
AMBASSADOR KABIN
said that Israel could control the
occupied Arab areas for 20 years
if M had to as long as there was
no real settlement with the Arab
countries.
The envoy, who was Chief of
Staff during the six-day war last
June, received a warm greeting
from the journalists who jammed
the auditorium to hear his first
address. He said Israel urgently
wanted a permanent "contract-
ural" peace with the Arabs and
that the only way to get it and
bring about Israeli withdrawal
from occupied territories was by
face-to-face negotiations with the
Arabs.
Because President Johnson had
a heavy schedule, he did not meet
privately with Gen. Rabin but re-
ceived him jointly with newly ar-
rived envoys from Somalia, India.
Nigeria and Panama, who also pre-
sented their credentials.
In his message to the President,
Gen. Rabin said the people of Is-
rael "know and appreciate your
personal interest" in Israel's wel-
fare and that they were "mindful
of the effort and sacrifice" the
United States was making for in-
ternational peace. He also said
that the 20 years since Israel's
founding had been years of "con-
stant friendship, understanding
and mutual respect for Israel." He
called the occasion "an hour of
opportunity" for Israelis and Arabs
"to end the scourge of war and in- ,
augurate an era of peace and re-
sponsibility."
President Johnson's message
stated in part: "In this the 20th
year of Israel's independence it is
timely that we review the cordial
relations and progressively strong-
er ties which bind our two coun-
tries together. With our own his-
tory in mind, we in the United
States have watched with compre-
hension and sympathy as Israel
hOI accommodated within its bor- !
ders a population from many lands
and constructed for them, through
the application of science and un-
remitting effort, a productive and |
prospering community. We have
admired the generosity and skill
with which Israel has contributed
to the development of other na-
tions."
Reveal Russ
Arrests Over
Six-Day War
Continued from Pege 1-A
vantage in making further repre-
sentations at present" to Premier
Kosygin of the Soviet Union on the
treatment Of Jews in Russia.
The Prime Minister had spoken
to Mr. Kosygin on the Jewish situ-
ation when he visited the Soviet
Union in January. On his return,
he indicated that Soviet leaders
were adamant in their refusal to
permit Jews to leave the country
At the teach in, where a number
of prominent lay and religious
leaders participated, a member of
the British Communist Party ad-
mitted under pressure that ex-
cerpts from the official Soviet press
were so shockingly anti-Semitic as
to be reminiscent of the infamous
Protocols of the Klders of Zion.
Speakers who said they had hith-
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"anti-Semitic" with respect to the
Soviet were now of the opinion
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Volume 41
Fritiav March 15, 1968
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One Aspect Of Soviet
Culture Discrimination
The Historical Contribution of
P-s,5;an Jewry to Jewish Music" has
teen chosen as the theme of the 24th
t Banal Jewish Music Festival month
sponsored by the National. Jewish
' --tare Board.
The observance, which begins
L-._s week and continues through
RpriJ 12. is in recognition of the fact
L-.trt the liturgical music and folk art
t c-r.gs created by Russian Jews over
L-.e years, have been a source of in-
tegration, pride and expression to the
Cewish people and music lovers
everywhere.
The heritage of Russian Jewish
mature has also :nfluenced the style
cri music in Israel.
Those familiar with Russian Cul-
f_-e are deeply concerned over the
net that the works, constituting a rich
-eritage are unknown to large num-
bers of contemporary Jews and they
f.-are the deep-seated convictions
hat a heavy obligation hangs over
he Jewish community and the Jew-
ish musicians of our generation to
:*cu* this heritage from extinction.
The nationwide observance of Jewish Music
restnral therefore, will have as its main objec-
t-veto bring the treasure of Jewish musical
varies composed by Russian Jews to the atten-
ton at a generation which should be aware of
mis cultural endowment and nurture it and
ranch it
Of equal importance is the opportunity that
---e observance will offer to preserve the creative
effort, of Russian Jews who. in the Soviet Union
today are denied opooTtunities for the hall
lowering of their Jewish culture.
The recognition given in this country to
--.is important part of the Russian Jewish cul-
_-cl Heritage will not fail to come to the atten-
tion of Soviet Jewry and they will have further
Evidence that they aze not alcne in their strug-
c.e for survival.
A large and increasing role in the demons-
-rauon of concern over the stifling of Jewish
trectvity m the Soviet Union lies within the
rrcvince of public affairs and community reia-
'-ons.
Than is a vital ro'e imo'icit in the theme o'
ewjsm Music Festival which summons mem-
rers of the American Jewish community to
rersor.al involvement and participation in the
more than 2.000 nroarcmss. to be Dresented dur-
..-.= the course of the festival in celebration of
the event
in the armed forces above the dissension over
the Viet Nam involvement.
The books thai will be collected will be of
all types.
But whatever the subject, it will mcke it
possible for the man, who is exposed ever/
day to the growing statistics of death, to open
a book and read about something of value.
He will know that it came from a civilian
at home and that the civilian was thinking of
him in humen terms. '
Tne meaning of the gesture is sure to create
warmth in the American serviceman.
Perhaps the embers of that moment will
spark in him a constructive hope that will
brighten his life ct a time when he needs it
desperctely.
For the American Serviceman
The B'nai B'nth recently announced Dlans
to sponsor a campaian to collect 1.000.000 soft-
ccvered books for A-nfnccn servicemen
In the midst of all the domestic and inter-
.-.ational turmoil that plagues our olanet today,
-t is sionificanl that n Jeadina J-wih oraanita-
t:on such as B'nai B'rith should embark on a
arive of this nature.
During the First and Second World Wars,
when he had almost total supnort on the part
of the nation, the American serviceman was
tne center of nationwide attention.
The fact that a relatively larae prooortion of
the male copulation was in uniform was only
partially the reason for t*>o widsr>rKTd suDoort.
The men in the armed forces had widespread
support also because there was little difference
of opinion over the cause.
Todav. however, because of differences over
-he'war in Viet Nam. the American soldier is
the forgotten man.
"Bv sr-arheodina the drive for books, the
B'nai B'rith is placing the welfare of the men
ORT Day' in Greater Miami
m^nnV" COming week' Miami will ;o:r. with chapters in all parts of
the country to -ark On Day 1968 when -he
organization strives to promote its cause" end
to increase :;s membership.
The mayors o: various municipalities
area have announced plans to designate March
20 as Ort Day 1S68" m their con f
aJL*0l ge f turaaoU 0:ld confusion, few
n^H VI Cle?er *"* the iac! Peop.e
crwh^eTK:vememberso,,he--
Since the latter part of the nineteenth cen-
tiuy the Organization for Rehabilitation through
training has dedicated itself ,o providmq vot
K'T"? for]ai^ ^sses o. the depnvea
nlSS,Ced I"d ** V"**** to orde7?o
enable them to become .dependent and dign
1 00?S -rsonT f/he Pr0gram' more *cn
L Crt peTSOJiS n fave continents have been
laught the trades which enabled ih!f u
stitute freedom and secu^y S -vJrty o^
hopelessness. poverty and
Ort's vocational network of 600 srk^i,
3d lands and foster worldwide coope^on
3 People-to-people manner.
It is a program that deserves widespread
mpport for its humanitaries goals.
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McNamara's Record
M ^SHINGTOS Now that
S McNsraan ."..- ".aid
b< lining burden
nobly and for
Mil ord is in
nj to be laid
: j -.": I leed
McXi mar a McG< n Bundy
chief
pressed
President Johi n Uu eed
entei th( war :n \ :etnam. in
taster ;n Asia
I >< tfic. Contrary to
- report, he does \oT re-
gret that i day. He ii
'. .need, in (act,
that it was the ri^ht advice.
A different impression has been
; ed. mainly by far-from-
- rested persons, but also for
c. reason rooted :n Mc.N'amara's
complex and wholly admirable
- mal character. He is .-up
posed to be an arrogant man. and
when be is dealing with statis-
tical tabitv o: which he is such
a master, be is perhaps arrogant.
But :n the ma:n. he is bumble
and quick to admit his own mis-
takes.
His Misiakrs
He has talked rather freely, in
pmate conversations which have
been repeated with additions and
distortions, of the mistakes be
has made during th war in Viet
natn. These niistakes have had
nothing to do with the need to
fight the war. in order to avert a
much larger disaster that might
well have ltd to a third world
war
The* have instead had to do
with McNaniara's curious way of
looking j; all processes, including
war. in terms of exact measure-
ments At the outset, in :act. hi
) thought of the war as
- ik( I computerized
- game, :n which a given
numbi ces could be ex-
iven result
a: the t:id of number of
B ce thi "wars in lace ruf-
thai i irred but onl>
nes occurred in the
' > turies. no ma-
has ever resembled a
ga ix Ail have leer, slug'
t( i m which the best
waj to win has always been to
: -:X,': our input, and to keep
m maxii ring ; ur input, until
ihei side gave up.
(onslanlly Inhappy
Being a man who has spent his
whole lite thinking in terms of
carefully calculated inputs pro-
Gucing exactlj calculable out-
puts. McNamara as War M.mster
has been a very difrerent man
from McNamara as Doiense Min-
ister. Me has been conataotly un-
bappy, in tact, because this'kind
01 exact calculation does not
WWt in wars And from time to
time, he has been downright mis-
erable because the progress of
the war- as in ]| ars has
never been statisticallv measur
able; and Statistics are the only
measurements he regard, ,s
valid
Because of this, the wars bur-
den for McNainara. which would
hvebeen horribly heavy in an,
'^-forhe,sadwply-huinMe
* hasbeei nv^J
has indeed ., n,S(,
takes, thougl k..\* I
quite difiert I
the mistal
cahiculat
him.
bm b
-r tna
He ha-
\,D res fierce pro
urea for ,r froi
people of :ht : Gen q^
tis LeMay Hi lead nght
too. and damn .... wefl"^
insist upon a ;.-. i : ^a^u,^
pressure- at thi ning ofth
war. The po!;- .nients fir
this approach : :act.
answerable.
But in the light (bight,,,
was wrong not 1 :he ?na.
dent to order i : aid maybt
even mobilization ome time ago
He was wrong not to urge bor
troops for Gt Williaua West
moreland. insttad of scrutiniaiBg
every troop request with t it*
ti>tically susp,c:ous ye. He vat
wrong, in fact, not to go on tin
principle, which is basic, that the
wider the margin, the soorieM
war is always over.
Afkinfd Miracles
l
With a differer.- sort of war
leader in the Mntc House, these
errors of temperamental bits
w-juld have mattered "t a whit
In the larger bttanct sin et more-
over, their importance is nuga-
tory The plain fact oi the matter
is that Robert UcXamara is de
monstrabry the greatest public
servant to enter the executiw
branch of thi l*.S povernmetl
since this republic be.:an.
In the war years nth the re*
ervations above-noUc. ..< has ac-
complished miracles Maybe tht>
were almost exce&sivi mira
for he has managed to run I verj
big war. with cvi rj n har.:
in tiaie and in goo
such a way that tin averagt
American with no it the
front has htrdlj : s r "
Dg on. But all this
miraculous, no:
St.11 more sgiracul) us
reform and mode:
\...-t Defense Departmci! -that
overgrown, bureaucr..'
eased monstrosit) i
ed to be beyond refoi '''d 'n
capable of modernizai hei
he boldly undertook the :
task He has made a record,
truth, surpassing any otl cr com-
parable record one can think of.
And long after the carp.-- of,he
Fulbrights is utterly U I -.'"'n
Uatory wlfl always rentemlei
this record of McNa:
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The Brotherhood of Tempi*
Am will sponsor a blood bank
drive on Sunday from 9 a.m. until
noon. Harold Halin is blood bank
chairma Breakfast will be sei .<- i
to all donor.-.
Tuesday at 8 p.m. the Senior
idship Circle will present an
evening oi music, featuring Mrs.
Paul Drazier at the piano with
selections of folk and Israeli music.
Mrs. Rita Trilling, religious
school dance instructor, will pie-
sent her third grade troupe in Is-
ra< li daneii Stories ol
will b<- given b) Hand Sat I
Mrs Aian Kessler, pres >'
:iie Sisterhood, a
h j meeting will be hel m
Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. Men
Blanch. Brass and Helaine i
sky will review the best -
"Michel, Michel." A buffet .
eon will be served.
The meeting will be held the
social hall of the Temple
Members of the Corps of Patron-Hosts for the
Forte Tov.-ers-Israel Dinner of State to be
held on Sert,""''r eveninq, March 23, at
the Fontairt'b'-"' tt-*-l. r-w'fd oreoara-
tions for the event at a luncheon meetinq.
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umorist at Forte Towers Dinner
Holtz. to be honored at the dinner; and Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Stern, chairmen of the corns
of Patron-Hosts; standinq: Louis Askwyth,
Cantor and Mrs. Saul Brseh and Rabbi
David Raab.
WE CARSHW
Joey Russell, a leading enter-
tainer, will present a special pro
tram of humor and music at the
Forte Towers Israel Dinner of \
State, Saturday
evening. March
23, at the Fon-
tainebleau Ho
tel.
It will be at'
this occasion, to
be held on be-
half of Israel
Bonds. that
Mr and Mrs.
Charles Hottz
will be honored
as recipients of
the Israel Serv-
ice Award.
f The committee In charge of the
RABBI SOL LANDAU, spiritual
Sder of Beth David Congregation.
A] address the Murray Solomon
Bst, Jewish War Veterans, at 8
Tuesday in Temple Zamora.
feral Gables. His topic will be
The America:-. Jew in the Armed
rces."
preparations is headed by Cantor
Saul Breeh. chairman: Louis Ask-
wyth. Paul Kesser and Harry Ros-
enthal. cochairmen and Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Stern, chairmen of the
corps of Patron-Hosts.
Russell recently returned from
a fact-finding tour of Israel, where
he met the leaders and people of
the country and witnessed at first
hand the progress being made
with Israel Bond dollars.
Russell has starred in numerous
night clubs and hotels throughout
the country-, and has appeared in
stage shows with such leading
show business personalities as
Victor Borge and Arthur Godfrey.
He is a popular master of cere-
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Fndo" March 15. 1988
Studying record number of requests from
beneficiary agencies of the Combined
Jewish Appeal annual campaign are these
members of the Budqet Committee of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation. They are
from left) Hairy B. Smith, chairman of the
Committee; Stuart Rothchild, L. Jules Arkin,
committee vice chairman; Robert P. Forman,
(standing); associate director of Federation;
and Richard Horwich. Mr. Rothchild and Mr.
Horwich head two of the budget study com-
mittees.
Budget Unit Faces Record Needs
Calling attention to requests for
highest allocations in its hi>-
j Harry B. Smith, chairman of
the Greater Miami Jewish Kedera-
- 1968 Budget Committee,
Strea ed the importance of the
Combined Jewish Appeal meeting
ils goal in the first meeting of the
leadership of the committee
In reviewing the size of the re
quests, -Mr. Smith observed that.
out of necessity, most of the Fed-
eration's beneliciaries have had to
maintain status quo operations in
the past few years.
B'nai B'rith Sponsors
Voices of Brotherhood
The "Voices of Brotherhood '
program, sponsored by the North
>iian.i Beach Cultural Committee
in cooperation with Harmony
Lodge No. 2463 of B'nai B'rith
Was to be held at 8 p.m. Thursday.
i the North Miami Beach Audi-
ts rium.
Students from area high schools.
3'K) voices in all were scheduled to
- TO the concert.
Jerome Neiman is brotherhood
chairman of the lodge
The minimal
were granted, he
ly met increased
for expansion of
tions to program
documented by v
the community,
or delayed.
increases which
pointed out. bare-
costs and requests
services or addi-
all of which were
alid requests from
had to be shelved
This was the reason Federa-
i tion's Executive Committee and
Board of Governors set the cur-
rent campaign goal at $200,000
,over the minimum amount re-
' quired, he said.
Mr. Smith noted that the United
Jewish Appeal, which receives all
? the proceeds from the concurrent
i Israel Emergency Fund, would also
receive one-half of any increased
sum raised by CJA.
He observed that the extra
8100,000 remaining would permit
the Budget Committee to allow
implementation of several badlv
needed programs in 1968. all of
which have been postponed for a
number of years.
L. Jules Arkin, vice chairman of
the Budget Committee, announced
that the following have been ap-
pointed chairmen of the several I
budget study committees: Richard
Horwich, Stuart Rothchild, Walter
Falk, and Robert Traurig.
I Tin' study committees meet with
representatives of all the agencies
at hearings, evaluate their budget '
requests, and then recommend dol-
1 lar amounts to the Federation's
Executive Committee and Board.
It is anticipated that the hear-
ings this year will be conducted in
April and early May. and that the
. recommendations will be acted
upon by the end of May.
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Halfway To
It's Target
North Dade's campaign for the
!968 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund of Greater
Miami will highlight a breakfast
Sunday in the Sky Lake Gardens
Auditorium with Metro Mayor
Chuck Hall at principal speaker.
Mayor Hall, a champion of the
State of Israel since its inception
and actively identified with the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
program for some years, recently
proclaimed March a-i CJA-IEF
Month in Dade County.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. executive
vice president of the Rabbinical
Association of Greater Miami, will
share speaking honors with the
county's mayor.
Rabbi Schiff. spiritual leader of
Beth El Congregation and head of
the community's Chaplaincy Serv-
ice, played a major role in last
year's successful I El' drive.
Residents of Sky Lake Garden-,
led by a committee comprised of
Col. Morris Gallen, Charles Garlen
and Jack Rosenberg, are working
to ensure a record turnout for the
breakfast at 10 a.m. Sunday
North Dade has set a goal of
S100.000 for this year's drive, and
tlii~ week passed 'he hall-way mark
towards the target of the growing
suburban area A Friday night ap-
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man ol the North Dade committee.
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Among those attending a Temple Beth Am reception on
behalf oi the Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emerqency
Fund were (top photo, from left) Mr. and Mrs. J. William
Baros. and Mr. and Mrs. Norton S. Pallol. Middle photo
shows (from left) Dr. Max Lipschifc. soiritual leader of Beth
Torah and North Dade Campaign chairman; Sam Kirsch-
baum, Marlen Gardens chairman; and Benjy Liebowitz,
who attended a meeting of the Marlen Gardens unit. Amonq
the participants in a meeting at the Four Winds Apartment
were (bottom photo, from left): Max Kolker. Abraham
Harris and lack A. Burstein. _______^
Sophisticates Games Night
A gala Purim games night was
to be conducted by the Young So-
phisticates Club of the YM-YVVUA
oi GreaterMiami at 8:15 p.m.
Thursday. Club president is Cookie
lanosi
Chairman is Marlene Gonchar
' if Members of the committee
are Shelly Weiss, Cindj !;
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The Combined Jewish Appeal di- with a successful pacesetters" re the meeting, along with Dr. Her-
vision of Greater Miami's 1968 j ception for Temple Beth Am. an- bert Baumgard, rabbi. Mr. Baros,
CJA IEF drive neared the other series of productive meet- cor.-jregational chairman, said vol-
$1,000,000 mark thi- week as an inss of high rise residents in onteers now will solicit all other
army of some 4.000 volunteers Miami Beach. Miami and North members of Temple Beth Am.
stepped up individual solicitations Dade. and steady progress in the i Mr. Heller said organisation oi
in Dade County's most intensive trades and industries division Ithe trades and industries divisions
I fund-raising effort staged by its headed by Daniel Neal Heller. I is now "virtually complete, and we
j Jewish population. Tl)e Betn Am meeting, at the can press forward with the impor-
Nearly 3.000 persons are expect- home of Mr. and Mrs. J. William j tant element of person-to-person
led to gather in the Miami Beach ( Baros. produced increases in the solicitation, the key to another
i Auditorium Monday at 8 p.m. to CJA division averaging well over successful drive."
salute the State of Israel -on the tno 21 percent figure necessary to .
eve of it; 20th anniversary and aid achieve the o-il of SI 991 200 Mr Associate campaign chairmen
the Israel Emergency Fund and i>u|]ot reported. Lou PoUer- n"b'^ Russell and
CJA campaign. Shepard Broad praised the won
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The Miami Beach Community congregation, Mr. Pallot spoke at new SchwartT
Singers, under the direction of con-
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'.Musical Salute to the Land of Is-
rael." with three talented perform-
ers heading a large cast.
Pianist Kay Sestok. tenor Louis
Danto and soprano Barbara Glad-
sen have the leads in the program,
for which tickets arc on sale at
the offices of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, the YM-YWHA
i ater M ia ni Tern tie Emanu-
El and regular ticket agencies
i ml the county.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, national
rabbinic chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal, will be the prinei-
nal speaker. The spiritual leader of
Temple Emanu-EI visited the Mid-
dle East following last summer's
Six-Day War and is a former chair-
man of the CJA drive here.
Campaign chairman Norton S.
Pallot noted the momentum of the
campaign picked up this week
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Friday. Mntr.1i R. 1468
*tei*litk*ll EDWARD COHEN
Hn.r Synagogue Affiliation
One of the things wc Jews do
so well is complain. Whether it
was their hard life with the Phar-
aohs or the softness of modern
suburban living, the Jews have
managed to be dissatisfied with
their condition Maybe this is the
secret of survival everyone has
been seeking .
Just a few months ago, Baron
Alain de Rothschild, head of the
French Jewish community, was
in New York looking for Ameri-
can "know-how in solving our
problems" (of a rapidly expand-
ing Jewish population largely as
a result of the influx of Algerian
Jews). According to the prestig-
ious Rothschild, "In the United
States if you are not religiously
affiliated, people look at you
oddly."
This will come as news to the
leaders of American synagogues
which enjoy the affiliation of
possibly one-third of the known
Jews and constantly despair of the
quality of that affiliation. For in-
stance, a recent survey by the Con-
servative movement's National
Association of Synagogue Admin-
istrators showed that young mar
ried couples in the 20 to 30 age
group had little desire to join
a synagogue and those who do
are motivated mainly by the ne-
cessity to enroll their children
in religious school.
To the despair of the adminis-
trators, the practice of giving
young marrieds a free member-
ship for a year in the synagogues
does not seem sufficient induce-
ment for them to remain affili-
ated only about 10 percent
accepting even a reduced dues
obligation Although the opinion
ol the administrators is that the
question of dues was not "realis
tically :i poverty concern," money
did show up significantly as a
factor m Um survey.
ArnoiiK the m-v.-i. ....... .-...
.. me ethical dissolves the pa
rochial. and takes away from
individuals that need for the par
tieular identification which sin-
gles them out and shapes their
community in distinctive terms:
terms which make possible a spe-
cial sense of belonging shared Ly
a group." No. even if the colle-
giate view were a majority one
among Jews, in or out of the syna-
gogue, it would not be enough for
Jewish identification.
The complaints about monrv
ire superficially accurate;
have written and spoken on man)
occasions of the financial inhibi-
tions to synagogue membership.
Many times we seem to sec our
Jewish goals only in terms of
money for Bonds, for CJA, foi
building funds and not what thai
money will purchase and provide
for the builders of Israel, thf
poor Jews of many lands, aid to
our youth, education of our peo
pie and the support of social
action programs, among other de
sir able ends.
While the older generation un-
doubtedly was concerned with
material things, it cannot be de
nied that it shared its wealth
with the Jewish community, often
in magnificent response to the
needs The younger generation,
more affluent in general, has yet
to prove that its materialistic out
look is softened by the same gen-
erosity which distinguished their
fathers. Wc have looked upon giv-
ing as an expression of our sup
port of a cause. It may be that
our young people's money is still
in search of that cause, and it
also may be that money is not at
the root of all Jewish problems.
If anything is obvious, it is that
synagogue administrator! as "*ell
as other Jewish community lead
era have to learn to bvKin asking
the riht .ii">iis
I wp fontiniM* t" ,.,,%
V ...^ ~m- '""1 _junL-ii'
I answers.
Winners Named
In Book Contest
Marilyn Greene of Beth David
Religious School, and Jody Mi-
chael Branse of Temple Sinai Re-
ligious School, took fusts in the
annual book review contest spon-
sored by the Bureau of Jewish
Education.
In the same divisions, Marc Ro-
senblum and Mitchell Horwich
were second.
Prizes also went to Richard
Kat/.man, Janet Rachman. Lesley
Tragcr. Noah Eliczcr Vanich, Car-
in D. Litman. Debra Cowan and
Rhonda Pike.
Stanley Tut*
()I|HT*IM
Hook Review AI
Poale Zion Meet
A regular meeting of the Chaim
Greenbcrg 'Branch of Poale Zion
will take place at 8 p.m. Wednes-
day, at Washington Federal, 1234
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach.
Mrs. Edith Jacobson will review
the latest book by Gerald Green,
"To Bro'.klvn With Love."
Dr. Simon Wilcnsky is president
and Mrs. Fannie Sorof is cultural
chairman.
A musical program will be ren-
dered by Mrs. Esther Weinstein.
JIIA Residents Install Leaders
Newly elected officers and mem
hers of the Residents Council at
the Jewish Home for the Aged
were installed recently by Leo
Rose Jr., Home president.
Serving with new president Mrs
Meyer Lebb are Adolph Gutstein,
vice president; Mrs. Lilly Lichtcn-
s'cin. secretary; Joseph Feldhcim.
treasurer: Max Mcndclson. hono-
rary president.
Committee chairmen include
Max Mendelson, welcoming; Louis
lacobs, lour; Mrs Sadie Snoll, rec-
reation; Mrs. Clara Ratines, vis-
+Je*t&fMdgMri f'li.lny, Mnicli T-. I'
Shazar Formally Nominated
JERUSALEM (JTA)Presidenl
Zalman Shazar was officially nom-
inated this week for a second term
in office.
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iling; Mrs. Dora Sonis. serving;
Abe Shulinan. library; Harry
H/eissman, synagogue; Miss Irene
Kramer, sunshine.
Also serving on the Council are
David Palmer, Mrs. Nadja Pcrchi-
koff. Mrs. Lillic Ravitch, Joseph
Taub. Mrs. Minnie Berliner, Mrs.
Sarah Banks, Hyman Davis, Mrs.
Sarah Cossik and Saul Goldberg.
Program for the afternoon was
headed by Rabbi Solomon Schiff
with the Beth Torah Children's
Choir presenting musical selec-
tions.
His nomination was tinned by
35 members of the Knesset (Par
(lament) representing all parties
except the New Communists and
the one-man Haolam llazeh fac-
tion.
The Gahal (llcrut-Lihcral align
ment) decided to support a second
term after some hesitation over
what they said was the question of
making the Israeli presidency a
political office.
Tecluiioii Study
I Course Scheduled
i A Technion study group ionise
will be given for the American
Society for Technion. South Dade
Chapter Women's Division, Friday,
at 10:30 a.m. in the home of Mrs
Morton Fellman. 12835 SW 75th
Ave.
Instructor! will be Mrs Joel Be
lov. who will speak on "Building
in Israel," and Miss Antoinette
Hoilman, who will cover "Tech-
nion Aid to foreign Countries."
Mrs. H. Franklin Williams, pres-
idenl, will lead the discussion.
.
hwelry Fashion Show
The Daughters of Israel noon
luncheon on Monday at the Carib-
bean Hotel featured a jewelry
fashion show and prizes. Presid-
ium which heads the group in-
cludes Mrs. Louis Pollack. Mrs
Samuel Nadler and Mrs. Samuel
Waldman.
Councilman Tate
Seeks Reelection1
In Bay Harbor
Veteran Hay Harbor Islands
Councilman and civic leader Stan
Icy Tate has filed for reelection to
the Council seat he has held for j
12 years.
Assistant Mayor of the Town ;
for three terms. Incumbent Tate
:s a member of the Planning and j
Zoning Board
anil of the Bay
Harbor Islands
Volunteer Fire
Department.
He as a co-
sponsor of the
Town's Recre-
ation Depart
men I and pre
school program
and served as
chairman of the
Public Works
Committee during the planning
and construction of the Town's
sanitary sewer system.
In 1959. the Town's citizens ten-
dered him a testimonial dinner for
his "outstanding and devoted pub-
.ic service."
Tate is a member ol the Bay
Harbor Islands Civic Association.
past treasurer and member "I the
Board of Directors ol the Naiiun.il
. hildi in s ardiac Hospital ol M i
.um and 11 i-.i-.ui ii and n.enibei ol
Board ol Dirccloi ol tie- < :hil
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"pconomic, rather spend on ma-
terial things, and the synagogue
stress on finances and fund-
raising as an alienating factor"
which, translated, really means
that some of the other reasons
are not surprisingly more im-
portant, such as "synagogue re-
ligion not meaningful."
What the young marrieds would
consider a "meaningful" syna-
gogue experience is not spelled
out in this survey, but not too
long ago Conservative collegians
provided their formula. The ali-
enation of the current generation
from Jewish cultural and spiritual
life was ascribed to the failure of
the synagogue to deal with such
social issues as poverty, civil
rights and peace. Jews who want
to be involved in programs of
social action, we are told, turn to
community organizations rather
than the synagogue.
And they, too, joined the chor-
us of complaint against so much
emphasis being placed on dollar
values by Jewish institutions.
1 am not disposed to argue
with the younger generation's
view of Jewish life in 1968 for
my own inclination is to be sym-
pathetic to it, but only to point up
its simplisticand youthfulex-
position.,
Sociologist Daniel Bell says,
"Theologically, there is no more
justification for a special Jewish
ethic than for a Unitarian one
EM. t. -1
answers.
Mike Thompson
Contests U.S. Seat
Mike Thompson, who recently
resigned as the State of Florida's
first federal affairs coordinator in
Washington, is seeking the South
Dade Monroe County scat in the
U.S. Congress.
Prior to going to Washington, he
served the Governor's administra-
tion as a special assistant in the
War on Crime, specializing in the
mobilization of crime-prevention
activities through citizen organiza-
tions.
Thompson, now vice president of
! Long Advertising Agency, Inc., is
I a former journalist who worked
i for The Miami News for nine
years. He resigned as its Sunday
magazine editor when he was nom
I inated in 1966 as the Republican
candidate for U.S. Congress, 12th
i District of Florida. Although he
did not win, he did receive 46.3
i percent of the vote.
Thompson, a native Miamian.
graduated from the University of
Miami in 1901 with a degree in
history.
He has received awards from
! the American Newspaper Guild,
', the American Legion, the Elks,
Alpha Delta Sigma advertising fra-
ternity and Daughters of the Amer-
ican Colonists.
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Friday, Mcrch 15, 1968
Monday Night At Auditorium
Miami Beach Community
Singers Set Salute To Israel;
Dr. Lehrman To Speak
Associate Chairmen Stress
Mounting Needs Abroad
CR. IRVING LEHRMAN
An estimated 3,000 Greater
Miamians will gather at the Miami
Beach Auditorium Monday night at
8 p.m. to salute the State of Israel
on the eve oi its 20th anniversary
of Independence, according to CJA-
1EF campaign chairman Norton S.
Pallot.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, rabbi of
Temple Emanu-EI and national
leader of the United Jewish Appeal,
will be principal speaker at the
musical tribute to the land and
people of Israel.
The Miami Beach Community
Singers have made possible the
community-wide effort in behalf
of the Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency F'und during their
colorful extravaganza. Tickets,
priced from $1.50. are on sale
throughout Greater Miami and at
the Auditorium box office.
Dr. Lehrman, president of the
Rabbinical Association of Greater
Miami, was twice general chairmen
of successful CJA drives here. This
year he was reelecred national
chairman of the rabbinic cabinet
of the UJA, and he has played key
roles for State of Israel Bonds,
Jewish National Fund and other
efforts aiding Israel since the Jew-
ish state's rebirth in 1948.
Additional information and tic-
kets may be secured at the offices
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fede-
ration, or by telephoning 373-0411.
The Greater Miami Jewish Fede-
ration has announced that it will
conduct an "urgent and extraordi-
nary" drive here as part of a
nationwide campaign to help the
United Jewish Appeal raise money
for its continuing Emergency Fund
on behali oi the war-strick< n people
well a destitute Jews
in othi world
Not ton s. Pall I i:'
\
i i ( '
di ive. lo carry out I ro-pi
campaign to l cai i I i
million urn
whom we helped the UJA bi
Israel, and toward wiiom we have
,i greater responsibility than ever.
and 2.) to give relief and hope to
another 350.000 destitute Jews
throughout the world.
Lou Poller, associate chair-
man, pointed out that the Six Day
War in Israel has heaped huge
costs on an already overburdened
economy, so that the tax-paying
citizens of that country con no
longer afford to match every dollar
we donate for immigrant integra-
tion and rehabilitation with two
dollars of their own, as they had
been doing heretofore.
"It is up to us. now." said Mr
roller, to increase our contribu-
te ns to meet the human needs of
(hose who should be the last lo
from the aftermath of war.
1 mean the sick and aged, the bandi-
ed, tl iloyed on relief,
el ren, Ihe immigrants who
l\ at .on and
i find themselves
i I of their lives
'Ol ;hcpard Broad, an as-
sociate chairman, stated that most
of th&se unabsorbfd immigrants
n underdeveloped lands
and are members of the non-
Western group who now make up
half of the country's total popula-
tion.
"Bringing the newcomers up to
an acceptable standard of life, to
cultural and economic parity with
the rest of Israel's citizens is
crucial to the county's fate and
future.' Mr Robert Russell, associ-
ate chairman, continued. "It is this
group which contains the largest
families, the fewest wage earners,
because so many of the adults are
illiterate and untrained, and the
highest percentage or aged, sick
and handicapped."
Col. Avraham Mendler of the Israel Army was guest
speaker at Pacesetters' Dinner hosted by Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Friedland, at the Diplomat Hotel. Mr.
Friedland, chairman of the board of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, again heads Pacesetters
Division for the CJA-IEF.
Westview-Federation Day was, as usual, a key
event in early stages of this year's record setting
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
Principals, left to right, include Dr. Richard Dr uteh,
YM-YVVHA Development Fund chairman C
Perlman, Lawrence F. Porter, and Mark Matthewe
Leon Kaplan W arns
Of Emergency
Annual Harold B. Bosworth Award to Jordan Marsh-
Florida chairman Robert Macht highlighted this
year's Mercantile Division luncheon. Shown, left to
right, are co-chairman Louis I. Davis, Mrs. Bvron J.
Topol, William S. Ruben and co-chairman Herman
Hammer. Mrs. Topol received a Distinguished Ser-
vice Award in recognition of her late husband's out-
standing CJA efforts. Mr. Ruben, a YM-YWHA vice
president, accepted award in behalf of Mr. Macht.
Harry Mizrach received the Special Award at the
affair.
Volunteers
Urged For
Campaign
More volunteers are urgently
needed for this year's historic Com-
bined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emer-
gency Fund campaign in Greater
Miami.
Mrs. Sidney Schwartz, women's
division chairman, joined with
Robert Russell, associate chairman,
in issuing a renewed call for help.
"We need individuals both to
man the telephones in the nightly
Dial-A-Thon effort from the offices
of Federation, and for personal
solicitation of the thousands of
new contributors who stepped for-
ward in last years IEF drive." Mrs.
Schwart said.
Volunteers may enroll at the
CJA-IEF headquarters at 1317
Biscayne Boulevard. Miami, or by
telephoning 373-0411.
Outstanding leader- in Jewish
communit) affairs here have accept-
ed Itej posts in the it.oii I i.v-lcr
Drue supporting the nationwide
United Jewish /vppeal emergent)}
campaign on behalf of the war-
tricken people of Israel and for
fewish need! elsewhere throughout
'he world The announcement came
from Mr Leon Kaplan, president
of the Greater Miami Jewish Fede-
ration, sponsors of the annual fund-
raising effort.
"These dedicated men and wo-
men have accepted responsibilities
that rank first in the minds and
hearts of all Jews today." said Mr.
Kaplan. "It is gratifying to be able
to announce committee aids of such
Ivgh caliber. Their leadership
should assure the success of the
most important campaign ever
undertaken for the CJA-IEF."
v hope [or a community re-
sponse as meat, if not greater,
Mian was et idence i last summei
al the bej inning of the crisis In
Israel," said Mr, Kaplan, "when
Miami people of all faiths COntribut
ed with heart-warming generosity
to relieve the plight of half a
million Jewish immigrants living
in a war-torn country that had not
the wherewithal to care for these
pitiful newcombers It was up to
the UJA then to take up this
humanitarian burden, and it is still
up to the UJA, because events
have shown that the emergency is
by no means over. If anything, the
crisis is intensified during this
lo p riod of tiir.i wl
neac -ettleiuent i- beiog -
Israel's economy ha- suffered from
the war and her taxpayers i no
longer afford to shan in the care
of the 500.000 unabr-urbed immi-
grants who still nei-c; help
kinds, desperately ami immed itely.
"Additionally, seme 250,000 Jews
living in dire want in Europe,
North Africa and the Middl* East
require UJA Funds to maintain
and even save thei rlives," Mr.
Kaplan continued. "Many thousands
are still fleeing countries *nere
it is not safe to be a Jew, and these
require transportation aid to ^srael
and other free havens in the world.
For those who cannot emigr.ite at
'his time, medical and welfare re-
lief of all kinds is sorely needed."
1 United Jewish *.pp<
the major Americai
rants to Israi i In
and ili-t: I ->e'l Jew -
world: Through its member
eies The United Israel \
Inc., which transmit- funds tu Ihe
Jewish Agency for Israel in Jeru-
salem; the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee, which aids .lews in 30
countries, and the New York As-
sociation for New Americans, which
assists Jewish refugees to the Unit-
ed States, funds ra.-ed bj the
LJ As annual nationwide campaigns
provide humanitarian and re ***'
tativo services to nearly 850,000
Jews
Standout bu.lding among the High Rise and Resi-
dence Division is 100 Lincoln Road, sparked by
chcmmQn Joseph Bernstein. Shown here are. from
"^airmen Sam Horowitz. Samuel Pascoe and
Nat Friedman, and division chairman Ben Essen.
*
"


Friday. March 15. 1968
""Jcnisfi fhricfiatn
Paqe 11-A
Israel Fighting For Its Very Life,
CJA-IEF Chairman Pallot Tells Miami
JDC Increases
Help To Aged
T" Joint Distribution Commit
lee wiil increase expenditures for
its Malben program in Israel by
more than S857.000 this year, ac-
cording to Harold Trobe. .IDC
Director for Israel, who reviewed
the agency's plans tor the present
year at a press conierence in Tel
Aviv his week. The total JDC Is-
rael oudget for this year will be
$6,500 000.
St-1 55 per ctnt of the budget
will re devoted to the care of 3,000
aged immigrants in eleven JDC-
Malben old age homes while the re-
mainder will be spent on programs
aimed at assisting Israel's aged as
a whole, old timers and new im-
migrants alike, and for new pro-
grams on behalf of the chronically
ill and the handicapped. Malben
is the JDC welfare program on be-
half of aged, ill and hanidcapped
immigrants, maintained in Israel,
with Combined Jewish Appeal
funds.
The most important of the new
programs tor 1968. Mr. Trobe said,
is the "Fund for the Aged" for
which JDC Malben will allot close
to S430.000 this year. "This pro-
gram." he explained, "is intended
to alleviate the serious shortage of
facilities for the aged, whose mini-
J\o Peace In Mideast;
Costs Mount Steadily
Maxwell H. Weisblatt, left, and
Hyman Ltpzm take time out for
lunch after plcvinq kev roles
in success of annual Mercan-
tile Division meetina.
bers have increased during the past
ten years from 4.5 to 6.4 per cent
Of the population. This shortage.
especially for aged who are chroni-
cally ill. borders on the catastrop-
hic." Mr. Trobe said.
Morton Towers luncheon was a pacesetter for the CJA-IEF campaign. Respon-
sible, in great measure, for success were, left to right, co-chairman Morris
Minov, co-chairman Samuel Norkeen, Alice Freeman, luncheon chairmen
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Mentz and co-chairman Abe Solosko.
Be Sure
To See
'Children
Of The
Exodus'
Sunday
At 3 p.m.
On WCKT
Channel 7
Leadership dinner chat brought together, left to right,
national UJA chairman Paul Zuckerman of Detroit
an Bav Harbor Islands, associate CJA-IEF chairman
Lou Poller, and Gen. Yigal Allon, probable future
prime minister of Israel.
BY NORTON S. PALLOT
CJA-IEF Campaign Chairman
There is no peace in the Middle
East.
There has been no real cease to
the "cease-fire" of June 10. There
has not been a negotiating meeting
between Israel and the Arabs.
Guerilla war has replaced conven-
tional war. Israel is invaded almost
dailyinvaded by soboteurs who
bomb and kill. Sine* June it has
captured, killed, or wounded over
i 700.
Fighting continues to erupt along
the Sue/ and the Jordan. This
smoldering conflict is so serious
that recently Defense Minister
| Moshe Dayan cancelled his schedul-
ed conferences with high officials
. of our government because he
needed to be on the scene.
Israel is still fighting for its very
life. In a military way, the time
since the June war has served Is-
rael's enemies well. They have
more than replaced in quantity and
quality what they lost during those
six devastating days. But Israel has
not.
There was little jubilation in Is-
rael after June 10. There is even
less now. People understand the
somber reality. They know that
difficult times are ahead.
They are making every sacrifice
they canthe dislocation of their
economy, the heavy taxes they are
paying for the armaments that eat
up most of the government budget,
their voluntary loans to the govern-
ment on top of their taxes.
The costs are tremendous. The
facts on these hundreds of millions
of dollars have been shared with
leaders of the Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Funds and
the United Jewish Appeal. They are
mountainous costs for their own
survival, which only the people of
Israel can carryfor armaments,
shelters, widows and their families,
the properties damaged, and for
services in Sinai, Gaza, the Golan
Heights and the West Bank.
Every one of these costs must be
at the expense of someone's educa-
tion, someone's welfare, someone's
health. Before the war. Israelis
were paying $188 million for wel-
fare services annually, $206 million
for care of the sick. $365 million
for education. $48 million for,
education. $48 million for agricul-
tural settlement, and $105 million
for housing. Israel's people, with
the most burdensome of taxes and
massive debts, cannot carry the
responsibilities for both defense
and welfare by themselves.
In June, they turned to us and to
our fellow Jews throughout the
world to carry part of the burden
0 (the dependent, the sick, the un-
educated, the handicapped, the
aged We and our fellow Jews In
other lands responded as never
before.
The need continues more urgent-
ly now. Jews throughout the world
are responding generously now.
They understand that the Middle
East is out of the headlines but
now out of the crisis. The effects
of the war continue.
Jews are still being rescued from
the jails of Egypt into which they
were thrown in June. The thou-
sands who evacuated Libya ar.
being maintained in Italy and
moved to Israel; more than 15,000
Who poured into France leaving
everything behind in North Africa,
are getting our help; others con-
tinue to move to freedom because
we make it possible.
Those of our community leaders
who saw the situation at first hand
on the UJA Mission in Israel last
fall expressed their conviction in
the most eloquent terms anyone
could. They, who had given $5,260.-
000 for the Israel Emergency needs
last year, increased that to $6,160,-
000 this year. And that was in ad-
dition to their increase from S2.-
502.000 for regular needs at home
and abroad to S2.840.000 this year.
What these leaders demonstrated
by their actions in Israel has con-
tinued in our local community
campaigns. Most people are in-
creasing their regular gifts. Many
are increasing their Emergency
Fund gifts even beyond the con-
tributions made last summer. Many
are maintaining their Emergency
gil'as at the 1967 level. A few who
gave to such an extent from capit-
al that the capital is no longer
there, are still making generous
gifts to their utmost capacity
and working as never before to
mobilize the greatest support their
communities ever poured out.
What is happening in community
campaigns is magnificent beyond
words. What remains is to assure
that this understanding will be as
great among everyonethat every
possible contributor will be given
the opportunity to help in the same
measure by being contacted per-
sonally. Everyone must be reached
by individuals whose own actions
make clear that this is not a solici-
tation but an historic mission, who
understand fully their role in des-
tinyand who will bring that
sense of opportunity and responsi-
bility and destiny to everyone.
Leonard Rosen, right, makes a point as Norton S.
Pallot and Col. Avraham Mendler of the Israel Army
listen to the general chairman of 1967's historic Is-
rael Emergency Fund. Under Mr. Rosen's dynamic
leadership record $3,135,000 was raised by IEF last
summer. Mr. Pallot heads the 1968 joint campaign
of the Combined Jewish Appeal and the Israel Emer-
gency Fund.
Among the key leaders of this year's CJA-IEF joint campaign who greeted
Israel's Minister of Labor, Gen. Yigal Allon, at airport arrival were, from left,
Jack S. Popick; associate campaign chairman Robert Russell; Gen. Allon;
chairman Norton S. Pallot; restaurant division leader Irving Rubin; Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Essen.


Paqe 12-A
vJenisf Fkrtafiitr
FrH- M-rch 15, 1953
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
The Golden Call
Gen. Marshall Is Judea Speaker
.
By RABBI IRVVIN CUTLER
Temple Israel, Miramar
In our day. the era upon
security first. We feel that convic-
tions are admirable but they must
not stand in the way of success.
We offer prac-
tical" advice
to each other:
"Don"t stick
your neck out.'"
. "Don't be-
come involved."
A man who
I risks his posi-
tion because of
his ideals is
categorized as
a foolish idealist
and thought to
be impractical.
A great num-
ber of the leaders of our day feel
it is better to be safe and silent
than to speak up candidly and
courageously.
People forfeit their convictions
and beliefs rather than risk their
positions.
It is one thing to affirm these
principles as a personal creed of
faith, and another to threaten our
-tatus quo security.
In the Scriptural portion of this
Week, we read the story of the
"golden calf." The people demand
Rabbi Cutler
: :. that he ir them
ire us"
- 1 Vnd \ iron made a
statue of .1 golden calf, which the
peopi to be the God
of Isr
When Moses, the uncompromis-
ing lea ler 01 Israel, came down
Horn Mt. Sinai and discovered the
ii calf," he said to Aaron:
What did this people unto thee,
that thou hast brought a great sin
upon them'.''" (Exodus 32:21).
If we have survived as Jews, it
is to the credit of the courageous
and uncompromising way in which
Moses did not yield to the de-
mands of the people. Of course,
Aaron was forgiven, because he
was a peacemaker and stalled for
time, believing Moses would re-
turn presently.
GCN. S. I. A. MARSHALL
Today, more than ever before.
i we need leaders like Mosesmen
who have courage to live in ac-
cordance with their convictions.
Only then will Judaism once again
become "the tree of life for all
1 those who take hold of it."
Judge Berkman is Speaker
Judge Jason Berkman was the
guest speaker at the luncheon
meeting of the Opti-Mrs. Club of
Miami Beach Tuesday in the Al-
giers Hotel. Mrs. Lawrence Weston
, was program chairman. Club pres-
ident is Mrs. Frank Nankin.
Dialogue To View
Passover, Easter
The fourth in a series of monthly
dialogues will be held in the Sklar
' Auditorium of Temple Ner Tamid.
Miami Beach, at 8 p.m. Wednes-
: day.
The subject of the symposium
, for the evening will be "Jews and
I Christians Look at Passover and
! Easter."
Participating in the program
will be Dr. Charles G. McClure,
; oastor of the First Presbyterian
; Church of Miami Beach: Father
James Briggs, assistant pastor of
St. Mary's Cathedral: and Dr. Eu-
gene Labovitz, rabbi of Temple
; Ner Tamid, who will act as mod-
erator and participate in the dis-
cussion.
' Gen. S. L. A. Marshall. 0
rica's foremcjl nv"tart ana-
Is -:- and hist 1
at 3 1 sda temple Ju-
dea, : iseph Krefetz. president if
le has announced.
The 1. the liftli pro-
the ["emple Judea Cultural
Series, "Perspectives 1968.*"
which will conclude Mas 11 with
a t::lk by Bishop James A. Pike of
California.
Samuel Lyman Atwood Marshall
whose topic ili be "War Today."
served in World War I. World War
II and in Korea. A former consult-
ant to Secretary of War He-try
Stimson. Chief Historian of the
European Theater and member of
many advisory commissions, he
currently is serving on the Air
Force Advisory Committee.
Gen. Marshall was born in Cat-
>k.li. N'.Y. in H^oo and WH eu -
cafed a. TexM College ... v
new the Univers >j T< xa -
married CateFi ,; Sara*
He is Honorary Fellow, Bar llan
.University of Israel and has re
ce'ved several decorations includ
ing th Legion of Merit, the Croi*
de Gusrre and Legion of Honor
(France) and th Medallion 0;
Valor (Israel).
Gen. Marshall has covered first
hand the recent wars in the Midi
East and Southeast Asia, an I ..
considered an authority on the Is
rael Army and on the militar)
situation in Vietnam.
Cochairman of the cultural se<
ries are Milton Goldberg and Mrs
George Baum.
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Ki Tissa
WUU It*. >rW*W!lahllin.ttmSIIWlUM1iM!h V IIW' 1 -
rCabDinical U eh
eviston
v.
roarai
mm
Mar. 17Ch. 10, 9:30 a_m. The Jewish Worship Hour.
Host: Rabbi Max A. lipschitz. Beth Torah Con
gresjation. North Miami Beach.
Mar. 17Ch. 7, 10 ajn. The Still Small Voice.
Rabbi Daniel Franzel. Temple Beth Sholom. Miami
Beach.
Topic: Purim.
Mar. 19Ch. 2, 9:30-10:30 p.m. Man to Man.
Topic: The Theology of Superstition.
Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Pierce.
Participants: Rabbi Herbert Baumgard. Temple Beth
Am; Rev. David G. Russell. Bishop's Represen-
tative, The Voice; and Rev. Albert R. Schmidt.
Grace Lutheran Church of Miami SDrings

Israel Attorney To
Speak At Hillel
Leon Fine. Israeli attorney and
lecturer, will speak at the Hillel
House. Sunday at 11 a.m.
Mr. Fine is now on a tour of
American and Canadian universi-
1 ties, lecturing on behalf of the
United Jewish Appeal. His topic
at the Hillel House will be "Ameri-
cans in Israel: What Are Their
Problems. Challenges and Suc-
cesses?"
Mr. Fine will also address the
International Law Society at the
University of Miami School of Law
on Mondav.
When Moses beholds the people worshiping the golden calf,
he shatters the Tablets of Law.
"As soon as .. he saw the calf and the dancing .. Moses'
anger waxed hot. and he cast the tables out of his hands"
(Exod. 32:191
KI TISSA The children of Israel were counted and each
man over 20 years of age contributed half a shekel as "ransom "
Bezalel, son of Uri. and Oholiab, son of Ahisamach. were ap-
pointed to head the artisans who made the Tabernacle and its
vessels. The Israelites were warned not to violate the Sabbath
day.
God gave Moses two tablets of stone containing the Ten
Commandments, written "with the finger of God." However, to
the impatient Israelites, Moses seemed to be tarrying too long on
the mountain.
They made a golden calf which Moses found them worship
ing. In his fury, he broke the two tablets of the Law. The idola-
ters were killed by the members of the loyal tribe of Levi.
Moses prayed successfully to God to spare the children of
Israel despite their backsliding. He ascended Mount Sinai again,
and there received a new set of stone tablets. When he descend
ed. "The skin of Moses' face sent forth beamc: and Moses put
the veil back upon his face, until he went to speak with Him."
lExodus 34:35i.
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of tha Law is extracted
and based upon "The Graphic History of tha Jewish Heritage,"
edited by P Wollman-Tsamir, $15. Publisher is Shengotct, and the
volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President
of tha society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang.
AHAVAT SHALOM CONCREGA
TION. 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morris Barr.
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dall Dr., S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
''rlday 8:30 p.m. Sermon: "What's
Next In the School Crisis?" (Saturday
11:15 a.m. Bar Mltsvah: David, eon
if Mr. and Mrs. Harry BOM; Jeffrey!
-on of Dr. and Mrs. William Silver.
r^clicfious **^<
id
crviccs
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
-Viday 5:30 and 8:15 p.m. I'SV Sab-
hath. Sermon: "Youth Speaks Out."
Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: "The Torab
t.esson." Mincha 5:30 p.m.
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BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Avenue.
Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Friday 6:15 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "Number* that Count." Mincha
6 p.m.
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BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ban Dickson.
e*riday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Count
v'our r.l' smiii;*." Sisterhood will be
bonored with Mrs. Jack Stone, presl-
lent, extendliig^arreetings. i < r Shah-
hat HoBted bjaravmgregatinn president.
Sam Schulwolf and Mrs. Schulwolf.
Saturday 8:4." JLm. Sermon "lift
lour Head lurt1' 5:4." p.m. "A True
Court."
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BETH SOLOMjBN. 50 NW 51st Place.
Conservative'. '
Friday 6:15 *nn'8:ir. p.m One* Shnb-
Oat sponsored by Mrs. Esther BledeT
ind Mr. and Mrs. Alter Pisetzer. Sat.
urday 9 a.m. Mincha 5:80 p.m.
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BETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Friday 8:15 p.Jli. Sisterhood Sahbatn
!u< -' speaker Mrs Nat Ltuie, Blster-
hood president. The temole choir and
I'antor train will be honored Saturday
* a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Philip, son of
Mr and Mrs. Eli Schlasar,
MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737 CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional Cantor j 1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Louis Cohen. Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig.
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EMANUEL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
Friday ."> and 8:80 p.m. Sermon: 'While
I Six Million Died' Another Remind.
er and a New Challenge. Saturday 9
a.m. Sermon: "Weekly Portion of the
Bible." Bar Mitzvah: Alan, son of .Mr.
1 and Mrs. Joseph Sinner.
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renter.
l"iIda; '5 and 8:15 |. in Putin
> i Sermon: "Did Mordecal 1'--
N'on-Vlolent Resistance and in Ii
Reatl; Successful Today?" Ba
vah: Claudia, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs, Nathan Bhusternurn Saturday
- 10 m Bar Mltsvah: Jeffrej *
of .Mr and Mrs Ed In I ::-:.>li ': .
yon of Mr and .Mi.- Oeorge La
Friday 8:13 p.m. Sermon: "Matso*,
Hamantashen and Hitler Hal
Saturday Ham
- in S.rril. n : S.......u.,l I..------1
FT. LAUOEROALE
OR OLOM (TEMPLE). Conservative
8755 SW 16th St. Miami. Rabbi
Ralph Z. Glixman. Cantor Benjamin
Ben Ari,
Fridnv 8 p.m. Saturday 8:45 a.m. Bar
Mltsvah: Henry, eon of Mr. and Mrs.
William Herzbruti. Mincha K p.m.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. Car-tor Albert Giantz.
TIFERETH JACOB (TEMPLE). 951 E.
4th Ave., Hialeah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday Bt4S a.m.
Bar Mltsvah: Moray, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Spitalmek.
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ZION (TEMPLE) 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Alfred yvaxman.
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MIAMI BEACH
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
AGUDATH ISRAEL, 7801 Ca.iyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
Friday 8:80 p.m Saturday 8:45 a.m.
Sermon by Rflhhi Shalom N'ochum
Ever on "Historical or Traditional
Judaism Which?" Samuel Hersh-
kowitz will host the Onejr Shahhat.
Mincha 8:15 p.m. Host will be Philip
Taseer.
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel.
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz. Cantor Nico Feldman.
1 Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The
I Righteous Christian." Saturday 9
jam. Sermon: "Portion of the Law."
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative
Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum.
Friday 8:1J p.m. Sermon: "For a
Brighter Future." Young Judeaiu- Hill
conduct the service. Sisterh.....I u 111
host the Oneg Shahhat. Saturday > r
a.m. Sermon: "Portion the Wee
BNAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Charles M Ru-
bel. Cantor Jack Lerner.
Friday 1:15 p.m. Sermon: Yielding
to Popular Demand Baturda) :
a.m. Bar Mitzvah: Jeffrey, son of Mr
IMld Mrs Benjamin Freimark
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 547 E
Oat ana Park Blvd. Rabbi Phil a
Chaiton. Cantor Theodore Mindicr.
Fridaj 8:15 p.m Ronald Mlshkln w
conduct services, (meg Shabbai host-
ed by .Mr and Mrs. Alvill Blegel
"......'" "f their lsih annlTersan B
urd .\ 8 a m.
EMANUEL. 1801 S Andrews Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton.
Cantor Jerome Klement.
hallaVidale
hallandale jewish center.
126 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd.
HOLLYWOOD
SINAI (TEMPLE). OF NORTH DADE
Temporary office. 18801 NE 22nd
Ave. Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kingslev
Frtdaj 8:16 p.m. Service* at Washing-
ton Federal, 8M NE li'.Tth St Serm.n
Aspect* of Reform Judaism: Chang-
ing Definitions Kn Jem* a i.......le
or Religion?" Baturday n a m Bus
Mltsvah: Patricia, daughter ..f Mi-
ami Mrs, Martin Kahn
BETH EL (TEMPLE). S. 14th A..
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
Friday s:r, v ni Sermon: "While Sit
Million Died." Saturday It a.m. IU-
Mitzvah: Uince, son of Mr. and Mrs
Qerald W. Talnea -
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE). 172!
Monroe St Conservative. Rat>3
Morton Malavaky. Cantor P
Lutman.
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson S:
Conservative. Rabbi David Sh.ii>-.
Cantor Yehudah Hailbraun.
BETH ISRABL. 770 40th Street.
Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
BNAI SHOLOM (Temple). 275 NW
19th Street. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham M. Cassel.
ISRAEL (TEMPLE). OF GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Friday 8:16 p.m. Sermon: "Our Choice
- Vietnam or America."
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drum. Canter Nathan Parnasa.
Friday 5:45 and 8:15 p.m. Sermon:
How Do You Count a People?" Sat-
urday 8:45 a.m. Sermon: "Portion of
ihe Week."
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.,
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1546
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
Friday 8:16 p.m. Sermon: "The Clergy's
Preo. i-upntlon with Viet Nam."
BETH SHOLOM '(TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kroniah. Cantor David Convisee.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Is Ha-
manlsm the pa-dc Cause of Negro
V'nrest?" Saturday 10:45 a.m. Bas
Mitzvah: Pamela, daughter of Mr*.
Pat Leslie and Harrv Leslie.
NER TAMID (TEMPLEi. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
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OHEV SHALOM. 7011 Bonita Dr ,
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber,
man.
Baturday B:80 a.m. Bermon: "Ideali
and Idols." Mincha 6 p.m.
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahnnas.
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan.
Friday :. and I:1B p.m! Hebrew Sol.....I
student* will present a program .>f
I song and dialogue on Purim < meg
Shabbat hosts will be Mr. and Mr-
Julius Kaplan. Mr "ami Mrs Xormatl
kobelln and Mrs Bruche Rouen s.it-
unla> n in Sermon: "The i;..|,i...
5iLhB4.S'eve^ u*fl l'",,Mr. ami Mr*
I Philip r.fros wtlT host Klddu-h
m honor of Mr an,I JBnl |:.. ,
on.
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 3500 SW 89tr
Way. Conservative. Rabbi Irwir
Cutler.
POMPANO BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 132 SW 1" *
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Mo"
A. Skop. Cantor Leon Segal
SURFSIDE
YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
1542-44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A.
Ben H illel.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
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ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE)
Conservative, 1025 NE 183rd. St
Miami Gardens Rd. Rabbi Milton
Schlin.ky. Cantor Harry Sterling.
Friday 8:1.. j).m. Sermon: "Where are
the Esthers of Today?" Saturdav
8.4.> a.m. Junior congregation at j-i;
a.m.
BETH TFILAH. 835 Euclid Ave. Or- BETH TORAH 184th St anrt Mc ,1.1.
thados. R.bb. Joseph C. -..ckc^aky. *Aw.. C^M^.tiv. R^bi M LiP^
VAM|Ci?R,!IL,?F GREATER Ml.
SSL K.aHS !" St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Naftab Porush
^:ay'hn J1,-1 Saturday ( .-,, 8er-
M.;VchI.Ti,:,i.-.l;:,m-_^A-m' >.
CORAL GABLES
JURefo'rmT|i,hK^EJ- 2^ Grnd '<
rteform. Rabbi Morns Kipper
Friday 8:15 p.m. Rabbi KlpneV will
conduct an "Ask the RabbF^TastoS
ZAMORA (TEMPL*E). 44 Zamora Ave
the Win." "i^S'^non: "Riding o-
the Wings of Time." Saturday 8:4."
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
Surfside Community -Center 9:JI
Collins Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaa:
O Vine.
Fridaj t) pin Baturdaor v am
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
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Documented For i. ,V.
THE WAR AGAINST THE JEWS
By Dagobe-rt Runes
Dagobcrt Runes is the publisher
of the Philosophical Library
which has issued his book The
War A-iaintt th Jews (S6.00).
FmotionaUy. moat Jews will find
solace in another righteous at-
tack on the past perfidy of the
Christian churches in their treat-
"lent of the Jew* throughout the
This beautifully printed
ik is flawed, however, by sev-
eral historical errors and a lack
f originality.
The following are a few of the
errors which cause one to doubt
the accuracy of other statements.
quote the section on Peru:
[p. 1639 twelve Portuguese Jews
re burned at the stake by the
inquisition." Peru was a colony
I Spain until the late 1820s. The
Inquisition there was a branch of
the Holy Office of the Spanish In-
quisition as were the branches in
Mexico City. Cartagena, Santiago
and Buenos Aires. There were
over 60 Jews in the 1639 auto
(ia fe in Lima.
not able to testify in the courts
of several of the new American
States until the 19th centurv un-
less they took the oaih on the
New Testament, which thev re-
fused to do.
The fecund Runes has append-
ed to his brief polemics, a die-
lonary of words which consti-
tutes the major portion of his
book Malcolm Hays Europe and
the Jews mow in paperback. Bea-
con Pressi treats the ters mi re authoritatively, Roth's
Hifcry of the Marranos, from
which Runes drew, contains manv
errors which Roth copied from
earlier writers in the field. It
appears that Runes is not only
perpetuating others' errors, but
is also compounding them with
his own.
Continued from Page 1-A
rael was destroying the character
Dl Arab Jerusalem'' and was sul- i
lying Moslem holy places by its '
clearing operations and archeolog- i
ical excavations in the vicinity of i
the West Wall.
Ambassador Tekoah accompanied
his documents with a 54-page book
containing scores of photographs
of Jewish homes, synagogues and
cemeteries willfully damaged or
destroyed by the Jordanians.
"With regard to the West Wall."
Ambassador Tekoah wrote, "it is
Seagram's V.O.
For Finest Hours
A multiplicity of errors appear
under Mexico (New Spain until
Life is filled with many fine
hours, both in the course of an
average day. and on special occa-
1821). The first auto da fe was S? &?$* Bar. Mi,z"
n ism n^t '-ivjc" tk- .. r ns. Bnths. and the many lovous
confessed- implies that the con- ~Ja5 off^'vo T fr eTdfan
no, Frannf f *r ^ ^^ 3nd Sea*rams V.O s the
not. Francisca de Carvajal (not Wrfect answer.
Carabajal) was not in a dungeon
"for over three years"; she was Seagram's V.O., Canadian whis-
tortured only once: she was not *>>' at its very finest, has just the
burned alive Feb. 24, 1590, since r'Knt combination of flavor and
she appeared in the auto da fe of aroma with a color and clarity
Dec. 8, 1596. Runes would profit fhat is most pleasing to the eye. It
from a reading of Tha Enlight- is these qualities that have made
oed by Seymour B. Liebman (U. Seagram's V.O. cherished by
of Miami Press, 1967). ; "mayvinim" all over the world.
For the current period be could For. Purim gift giving, nothing
easily have learned that the sub- w?'j **ve more pleasure to the re-
sidies for the printing of anti- ciP'ent than a bottle of Seagram's
Semitic literature in Mexico ema- vo Your siting it marks you as
nate from the Egyptian Embassy
and the Arab Information Office
someone who appreciates the finer
things in life. You're in good com-
and not from "mysterious" ; pany with Seagram's V.O, which
r1J'oCfSthlJ,n writes that the judicial attitude
ended with the American and ', THE FIRST Jewish organization
French Revolutions. This is obvi- in Minneapolis was the Montefiore
ously incorrect, since Jews were Burial Association, formed in 1876.
Eban Raps
Nasser Over
Peace Talks
Continued From Page 1-A
dressed to the foreign minister of
another country.
The spokesman asserted that the
L'nited States had repeatedly
stressed that it favored a solution
to the Middle East dispute based
on an agreement and obtained
through negotiations. The United
States has also made it clear, he
added, that it was vital to start the
negotiations as soon as possible.
He noted that the United States
reiterated at every opportunity
American adherence to President
Johnson's five-point program for
settlement of the Arab-Israeli dis-
pute.
Other sources stressed that both
the United States and Britain fa-
vored roundtable talks between Is-
rael and the Arabs under the chair-
manship of Jarring, and not in-
direct talks conducted by each side
separately with him.
Foreign Ministry officials said
this week that the interview with
President Nasser published in the
current issue of Look Magazine
proved the Egyptian leader to be
a "brazen liar."
to be observed that it is the most
Holy Place of all to Judaism." He
said that archeological excavations
near the West Wall and the Temple
Mount area, had always taken
place "during the period of
the Mandate and during the Jor- I
danian occupation Approval i
has been granted for the continu-
ation of these excavations, outside
the area of the Temple Mount, that
is outside the walls surrounding
the Hafam esh-Sharif."
The Israeli envoy noted further
that "a clear distinction exists be-
tween the Haram esh-Sharif and
the Western Wall which were rec-
ognized as two Holy
Places," by the United Nations.
Concerning Israeli slum clear-
ance operations in the Mughrabi
quarter of the Old City, a Jewish
quarter. Ambassador Tekoah point-
ed out that though it faces the
I West Wall it is not a holy place
but secular property.
"No modern civilized govern-
ment or municipal administration
would have tolerated the slum con-
ditions which the Jordanian gov-
ernment created in this quarter,"
he said.
Noting that the Jordanian repre-
sentative complained about plans
to construct new housing in the
modern part of Jerusalem, includ-
ing the former "no man's-land"
and areas occupied by Jordan in
15)48. Ambassador Tekoah wrote
that "this complaint refers to va
cant land of which about two-thirds
is public domain or belongs to
Jewish private pefstons or institu-
tions. Only one-third is owned by
private Arab landlords. No person
at all is being evicted and none of
the land in question belongs to any
ecclesiastical institution or is Waqf
lArab foundation for the adminis-
tration of Moslem holy places)
property."
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Friday. March 15, 1968

' .
Our Film Folk:
By HERBERT 6. LUFT
'The Graduate9 Gets
Golden Globe Honors
Hollywood
RECEIVING top honors from
the Hollywood Foreign Press
Association with a total of five
Golden Globe Awards at the Silver
Anniversary Show was "The Grad-
uate." Mike Nichols, who was in
New York busy with his stage
production of "Plaza Suite," re-
ceived nis Giooe as "Best Director" in absentia,
with Joe Levine accepting for him. But Dustin Hoff-
man, "The Graduate" himself, was at hand and re-
ceived a tremendous ovation for his witty remarks
and fine performance. Meantime, Nichols was also
honored by the Directors Guild for "The Graduate."
*
Danny Kaye portrays one of the key characters,
the "junkman." in Warner-Seven Arts production of
"The Madwoman of Chaillot." opposite Katharine
Hepburn. The cast includes Simone Signoret. Yul
Brynner. Donald Pleasence. Paul Henreid. Charles
Boyer. John Gavin. Miss Signoret's daughter. Cath-
erine Allegret, and Giulietta Masina. wife of Fed-
erico Fellini. Filming is in Nice, France.
* *
Producer Sam Spiegel and director George
Stevens are joining forces for "Nicolas and Alex-
andra." from the novel by Robert K. Massie. deal-
ing with the private lives of the last Russian Czar
and Czarina, and the role played by Rasputin in the
events of 1910-17. Spiegel has flown to Russia to
scout locations, including the castles of the Roma-
noffs in St. Petersburg, now Leningrad.
* *
Otto Preminger is producing and directing for
Paramount release, "Skidoo,'' a comedy starring
Jackie Gleason and Carol Channing, dealing with
the confrontation of today's "hippies" with the "es-
tablishment" represented by organized gangsters.
*
Martin Ritt has completed "The Brotherhood."
starring Kirk Douglas. Alex Cord, Luther Adlcr,
Irene Papas and Susan Stasberg. which has a Mafia
background. Ritt's next will be "The Molly Mc-
Guires", dealing with the bitter coal mining strikes
in Pennsylvania in the 1870's.
*
Peter Sellers, in an outrageous hippie costume
with long hair and spectacles, stood on a traffic
island on Sunset Boulevard in Hollywood selling
copies of the "Free Press," the underground news-
paper of the beatniks, while hidden cameras filmed
the scene for the new comedy, "I Love You, Alice
B. Toklas!" When it was over, Sellers happily dis-
closed to the director. Hy Averback, that he had
actually sold three copies of the paper and had the
money to prove it.
Highlights In Sports

JESSE SILVER
Don Aronow
DOWERBOAT DRIVERS Don Aronow and Milton Hor-
witx have been elected to the Gulf Marine Racing
Hall of Fame. Aronow, a boat-builder from Miami, Fla.,
was also presented with the Sam Griffith Memorial Tro-
phy at the recent New York Yacht Club luncheon. The
trophy is emblematic of world supremacy in offshore
powerboat racing.
Aronow, 40. recently set a world's speed record for
diesel powered boats, and brought the record back to the
United State. A Swede held the previous mark. He hit a
speed of 64.466 miles per hour in a 21-foot boat powered
by a single 320 horse-power Daytona Diesel engine.
Horwitz. a Chicago food processor, won the 1967 na-
tional predicted-log cruiser competition. He swept all five
of the American Power Boat Association's major national
trophies. He took the high-point trophy, the A.P.B.A.
Trophy, the Codrington Trophy, the Stone Trophy and
the Martini and Rossi Trophy. The cruiser competition
is decided on navigational skill rather than speed.
Another Horwitz, Dr. Irving Horwitz (no relation to
Milton) of I-os Angeles, Calif., was runner-up in the
cruiser competition.
*
A squad of amateur boxers from Israel invaded
I-ondon recently and came away with a 4-4 draw. British
promoter Jack Solomon helped arrange the bouts. Many
notables were present, including Aharon Remez, the Is-
raeli ambassador to Great Britain.
Israeli winners were Avraham Tsour, flyweight; Eli
Avitan, lightweight; Itzhak Grimberg, light welterweight
.and Haim Shafir, welterweight. Shimshon Amshalem, the
Israeli coach was disappointed. "I was sure we were
going to win," he said.
Britain's only Jewish professional boxer has retired
for the third time. Bernie Sutton, 23, a light heavyweight,
is to be married and is giving up the fight game. Sutton
has won all but one of his 16 pro bouts. He bf gan boxing
as an amateur at 15, and won 20 of 25 fights. Ho retired
for the first time in 1964, then again in 1965. He is still
regarded as a fine prospect.
Overseas Newsletter By Samuel Goldsmith
England's New Anti-Bias Legislation
THE GOVERNMENT'S proposals
for the extension of the Race
Relations Act have now been made
public. They are designed to make
the Act an instrument for the pre-
vention of racial discrimination.
In its present form it is only an
instrument for the prevention of
race riots and not much more.
There is. of course, the Race Relations Board,
but it is only a conciliation body. Education was
supposed to do the rest. Well, it didn't.
So now the Actthere is always a government
majority for new legislationwill provide relief for
victims of discrimination. But only in civil courts.
There will be no prosecution of racial offenders.
The victims of discrimination will be able to sue
for damages.
The Act will cover employment, housing, in-
surance, shops and public service establishments.
But few people have the energy and the means to
start a civil action for damages even though legal
aid is provided for the poor.
Also, owner-occupiers who sell their houses are
excluded from the Act Thus, a wide area of dis-
crimination and I don't have to labor this poi
for American readers remains unaffected. This
is not because the government or the oppositi -
are reluctant to have teeth put into the old Act. !f
is the British habit to favor complete pcrsoi j:
choice, even if it involves a risk of discrimination.
We shall have about a million colored people
twice as many as Jews in these isles by 1975
They may have to amend the Race Relations A;-.
again.
British Jews are involved in such legislate in
naturally, but to a lesser degree than the Negroe>.
Most British Jews are by now second-generatio'..
some are third, fourth, fifth and sixth generation.
They are white.
The colored people are newcomers in the w
of the dissolution of the Empire. And they .,
black. It is mainly for their benefit that the Act v u
passed in the first place There is very little an-
Jewish discrimination in employment here, mucn
less than in the States. This does not mean thai
there is no anti-Semitism. There is. But n<*Act will
eradicate it. Israel has done a great deal to reduce
it. and the rest must be left to time.
European Newsletter By Alfred Wolfmann
A New Champion Of The Arab Cause
Bonn
THE EXTREME RIGHT WING and the extreme left in
Germany, though mortal enemies on most issues,
find a common ground when it comes to Israel. Indeed,
their polemics against the Jewish State are so much alike
in content and tone that they appear to have been writ-
ten by the same hand.
That such may be the case was demonstrated re-
cently when correspondents of the Soviet Tass news
agency, Radio Moscow and East. Germany's ADN news
service dutifully took down the words of one Gerhard
Frey. owner, publisher and editor-in-chief of West Ger-
many's most rabid neo-Nazi journal, the Deutsche Na-
tionalzeitung und Soldatenzeitung.
The scene was, of all places, Baghdad, capital of
Iraq, where Dr. Frey was visiting at the personal invita-
tion of President Abdel Rahman Arif. The occasion was
a televised press conference starring Dr. Frey who in-
dulged not only in the usual denunciation of Israeli "ag-
gression" against the Arabs but staunchly defended West
Germany's extreme right-wing National Democratic Par-
ty (NPD).
The nature of the NPD can be gauged from the
fact that the 1938 Munich pact and "anschluss" with
Austria are planks in its platlorm. Little wonder that it
has been the subject of bitter notes from Moscow accusing
the Bonn government of abetting the rise of neo-Nazism.
But in Baghdad, Soviet and East German newsmen lis-
tened politely while a neo-Nazi publisher praised the
NPD as "truly democratic" before an audience of an
estimated million Iraqi TV watchers. More astounding,
they quietly accepted a left-handed compliment from the
right-wing Frey who averred that the "so-called govern-
ment of the Soviet zone (meaning East Germany) has
taken a good stand on the Israel question."
The monumental cynicism of the Russians and their
East German satellites was probably lost on most of the
"",.. ,
Iraqi TV audience. They had found in Frey a knunt in
shining armor from the West. He told them that
entire German people supported the Arab cause against
Israel. Perhaps more important for the Arabs, who com-
plain that most Western journalists are biased in favor
of Israel. Dr. Frey brought to West Germany's newsstands
the remarks on Israel of President Arif, uncensorvi and
unexpurgated.
One quoie from his lengthy interview with the Iraqi
chief of state gol banner headlines in the NationaUeitun-
und Soldatenzeitung "Israel Has Not Long To Live."' Read
"Jews" for "Israel" and one can see how the headline
might titillate Germans of a certain turn of mind. Dr.
Frey has a sharp eye for circulation values.
Frey added a sub-head to the effect that "Germany
is Financing Israel's Crimes" against the Arabs, meant
apparently for the benefit of NPD stalwarts who regu-
larly denounce Bonn's diplomatic and trade relations
with Israel.
But the rest of his interview with President Arif was
news of the dog-bites-man variety. That an Arab leader
reviles Israel, says there will never be peace with it and
that it will soon cease lo exist is hardly world--hjkin.;
these (lavs.
It should also be remembered that while Arif gen!
Iraqi troops to the banks of the Jordan during last Junes
war they didn't get their toes wet, let alone 'meet ::; Tel
Aviv" as he had enjoined them to do.
But Arils shaky prestige was bolstered consiri-rabK
when he was greeted in Paris by Gen. de Gaulle last
month with all the pomp and flourish of a great diplo-
matic event. De Gaulle may not be loved, bill he is noi
unadmired in Germany. To some Germans, especialIj
those who privately agree with the De Gaulle version oi
Jewish history, the VIP treatment accorded Arif in Pari>
rubbed off on the shoulders of Dr. Frev who wa- feted
in Baghdad.
Capital Spotlight By Milton Friedman
S. S. Exodus Hits Another Blockade
Washington
A NEW BLOCKADE has been
imposed on the famous refugee
ship, S'S Exodus, 20 years after
the establishment of Israel. This
time it is not the British Royal
Navy but a minor functionary of
the U.S. National Museum of His-
tory and Technology.
Melvin H. Jackson, the Museums curator of
marine transportation, has objected to the wordin
on a olaque commemorating the American illegal"
ships and volunteers of the Jewish freedom strug-
gle Americans of all faiths served on the vessels
that helped Jews escape Irom the scene of Nazi
genocide to the promised land.
These are the words the curator finds objec-
tionable: "On her final voyage in July. 1947. with
4.550 refugees aboard. Exodus was attacked and
captured by British naval units. In the battle her
American first mate, William Bernstein, was killed."
Jackson tended to justify the British action
against the 'illegal" ship. Hence, in his view, no
real "battle" took place. Apparently, it was just
some disorderly, emotional Jews fighting with their
bare hands against the Royal Navy to find freedom
in their own land. They resisted shipment back to
detention camps in Germany a resistance that
Smithsonian does not seem to want to record for
history.
Chief Mate Bernstein died in the battle at sea.
But Curator Jackson insists that it is "inapproor.
ate to memorialize Bernstein. His death is deemed
of no historic interest in the annals of America
marine lore.
The agreement made by the Smithsonian with
the survivors of the ships covered inclusion of the
names of the lew other vessels on which America
sailed fro,,, the United States such historic ship,
as the Haganah, Ben Hecht. Ilalikva. Paducah
JadMB now insists that these ships cannot be
nicioned because they are not "relevant." In fact
u has deeded to minimize as much as possible
tZSS*?"" "" '" S '" ---^a.
w*J2l fni,lKi,, i",itude bv J<*n baffles the
3? i,M 8,umm ey stood in a beautiful re-
nd for the people of the United States bv the.r
K ,Hn" wr a"d 0,her Americans who died -.
fieedom could live in a distant land
for .T','1'"' ,Johnson has voiced great friendship
conccTv,:', Americ/n-l"eli cooperation as a
have .J ,U Smgle federal eraPy* PPers to
have achieved something the Arabs would went -
he aT'".? oab.?,age of a litt,e P|a1"e enshrin.n,
the Ahyah Bet" in U.S. history.
tinn --P ffens,ive" P'^ue would oear the inscrip-
Americ.n v .l'd.t0 ,hSnirt>sonian Institution by the
their mission and the courage of their passengers '
".. >. v.-MfcM mat )lfcMfc*lfc I rimiMHIIM


. March 15, 1968
*Jf *#*/: UnridHrir
Paae 15-A
Pioneer Miamian Hecalls The Rugged Early Days
By MARIAN SNEIDER
LulRS. ISIDOR COHEN and the City of
*" Miami have qiven each other
many years of sunshine.
"Mr. Cohen and I came here on our
honeymoon 65 years aqo and we stay-
d says 90-year-old Ida Cohen.
"I came from little New York," she
lays with a nod of her head, that even
now is not completely qray.
Is those days there were very few
s l;v :.n here. There was a ha".d-
. :! odists, some Catholics, Bap-
I Indians and the two of us.
V ie the only Jewish Daople here.
| :nv son Eddie, who passed away
r:c;c. was Iho first Jewish baby
LiamL"
! that "the buas an I
bad vw could hardly
v rds. Some honeymoon,"
- ..lii. a and shakinq her
id this t
of the climate."
a < la
tier Stre
i '
veil was a
. 1 i .
Ie i an urns
was a qreal ol nti-
elinq it the time but nr-
i toward us. We
.-ell f ... into the small rom-
. \- .
As beqan to crow, Mrs.
Cohen became an ardent community
crqanizer. Amonq the many institutions
and orqamzations which she helped
launch are Beth David which Ls
Miami's fir;t synaqoque. The Jewish
Home for the Aaed, Red Cress. National
Council of Jewish Women, and
Hadassah.
Mrs. Cohen talks with areat Dride
f a rule she set down foj the Home
or the Aqad.
One role stil] exists, my rule," she
ays proudly. I said thai when sick
ople come and canno! pav they must
tcKen care c' without charae Tl
home, that now takes care of 235 people
admits a qood number of them free.
That's my rule," she repeats, and she
underscores her pride by qentiy hittina
her fist on the table.
"I also remember when we started
the Woman's Club of Miami. My friend
and I went to Palm Beach to visit Mr.
Flaqler, that wonderful man. We told
him we wanted to start the club but we
had no buildinq. He just qave ..
land."
Mrs. Cohen has always been c :
er and i etv she i; ptill fiahtinq. But
invited my husband to give a sermon
one Sunday niqht. He* preached so
beautifully that the minister said:
Brother Cohen, I see that my quests
enjoyed you as much as I did. Thank
you a million times. But I'm not qoinq
to ask you to speak aqain. You are so
wonderful that I am afraid we will all
become Jews.
"It was this qentle qood humor that we
all enjoyed so much," savs Mrs. Cohen.
Isidor Cohen died in 1951 after what
his widow describes as 49 wonderful
years toqether.
"The secret of a happy marriaqe,"
is understandinq. There will be arqu-
ments and fustrations but when you
understand, you overlook thinqs. If
there is love at all it must nevr be
disturbed by a lack of understandinq.
Recallinq the early vears, Mrs.
Cc^en told of th time she came home
and said "Papa, I donated 25 dollars to
the i todav."
"Oh that's nice", he said. "I'm q'.ad
yo'i did."
Mrs that.....a the b
ng o* her denatinn career. "Some-
i as a hundred
. what ar; you do: in to
me?"
smile.
"There must be unit i family if
children "py people.
You have qot to cere.'
The Cohen's other two children are
Mrs. Sidney Weintraub, and Murrey
Cnh"n.
Mrs. Cohen can't aet out of the house
much anymore. She likes to watch
television. "Perry Mason," she says,
"how I love his face."
She also has a steady stream of rela-
and friends who come to visit
and she shruqs her shoulders and and enjoy chattinq with her as much
raises hei eyebrows. "So what can you as she enjoys them.
do?" The pain has not dimmed her love
Bir Mr? Cohen prefers not to dwell of life and people. And thouqh her
[ort She likes to look finqers are qnarled and bent when she
rs. shakes vonr hand vou feel her heart.
We used to live across the street and it's the sunniest handshake in
from the Methodist church. The minister town.
with a
Cohi :;?d three cH'dren.
in a different way. She has to wrestle
almost constantly with severe arthritic
pain that has recced and twisted her
tiny frame.
"With me it's always somethinq. If
the shoulder c;ts oetter the leq starts," tives
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! Miami, Florida, Friday, March 15, 1968
;e .c: :
Morton Towers Residents
Raise $183,500 In Bonds
More than 500 resident? of Mor- versa:y was t'.ie kindling of the
ton Towers joined in honoring Mr. Israel Menorah of Statehood, con-
and Mrs. Emanuel Mentz Satur- j ducted by Kahan.
day night at the Morton Towers-
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz (right), spiritual leader of Temple
Ner Tamid, is shown with Mrs. Carlton Blake, president
of the Sisterhood, and Era Rosenfeld, treasurer of the
congregation, who will be honored at the synaqogue's
10th annual banquet March 24 at the Deauville Hotel.
Israel Dinner of State and pur-
chased S183.500 in Israel Bonds.
They responded to addresses by
Col. Dov Tamari, Israeli hero of the
The torch bearers were Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Rudenberg and the pilot
was held by Maurice L. Kutz.
Candle lighters included Mr. and
! Six-Day War; Dr. Aaron Kahan, Mrs-. G1eor Manischewitz. Mr. and Mrs. Harry
executive director of the Greater
Miami Israel Bond Organization,
and Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-El.
[Era Rosenfeld, Mrs. Carlton Blake To Be
le Ner Tamid 'Man. Woman of Year'
Other program participants were
Rabbi David Raab, Morris Minov,
|Temp!e Ner Tamid 'Man, Woman of Year' SSlTS!
Temple Ner Tamid. Miami Beach, Era Rosenfeld, treasurer of the Harrison. George Mildwoff, and
Samuel Goldberg, chairman of the
hold its 10th annual banquet
j B] evening, March 24. at the
iDeauville Hotel.
G testa of honor at the dinner
congregation, who was chosen as
Man of the Year."
A highlight of the affair will be
a mortgage redemption ceremony
..ill be Sisterhood president, Mrs. honoring those men and women
arlton
".;imed
Blake, who has been
Woman of the Year," and
Dr. Bettelheim Is
Guest Lecturer
[At Temple Israel ;
Dr. Bruno Bettelheim, promi- j
Inent psychiatrist and educator, ,
|will be the guest lecturer at the
Jreenfield Adult Institute of Tern- j
jle Israel of Greater Miami Sun- :
day at 10 a.m.
He will speak
on "The Indi-
vidual in Mass
Society."
Professor of
psychiatry, psy-
chology and ed-
ucation at the
U n i versity
of Chicago, Dr
Bettelheim is
director of
Dr. Bettelheim the Oi thogenic
ISchool. the university's residential
treatment center for emotionally
disturbed children.
His books, "The Empty For-
Itress" and "Truants from Life" de-
pcribe the work of the Orthogenic
[School. Others deal with problems
lot social psychology and related
tissues.
Horn in Vienna, Dr Bettelheim
[received his Ph.D. in psychology
[and philosophy from the Univer-
sity of Vienna and has been in
[this country since 1939. He is a
[fellow and diplomate of the Ameri-
can Psychological Association and
feliow of the Orthopsychiatric
[Association.
who made possible the burning of
a S275.000 mortgage.
Members of the sponsors com-
mittee for the banquet include: Mr.
and Mrs Nathan Ascher. Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Cohen. Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Cohen, Mr. and Mrs. Isidor
Deemar. Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Eis-
enbaum. Mr. and Mrs. David Fel-
lerman, Mr. and Mrs. Sol Frankel,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Glazer. Mr.
and Mrs. Michael Glazier, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Goldstein, Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel L. Greenfield. Col.
and Mrs. William J. Harris.
Mr. and Mrs. David Krause. Har-
ry Lieberman. Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Miretzky, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Newman, Mr. and Mrs. Philip
liandman, Mr. and Mrs. .lay Recht-
schaffer, Mr. and Mrs. D. Dale Re-
gent. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Rest, Mr.
and Mrs. Julius Resnick, Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Rosen, Mr. and Mrs.
Albert V. Rosenberg. Mr. and Mrs.
Era Rosenfeld. Mrs. Rita Salomon,
Mr. and Mrs Isidor Schaehter.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman L. Shaw,
I Mr. and Mrs. Murray A. Shaw. Mr.
1 and Mrs. Harry Sherman, Mr. and
i Mrs. Solomon Siegel. Mr. and Mrs.
i Joseph Silverman, Mrs. Fannie
Sklar, Mr. and Mrs. Irvine C.
Spear, Mr. and Mrs. Adolphe Statt-
ner, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Suchman.
Mrs. Sadie Trosky, Mrs. Rose War-
ner and Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Zalis.
corps of Patron-Hosts. Entertainer
was stage and television star
llenny Youngman.
Highlighting the festivities in
celebration of Israel's 20th Anni-
Broff, Mrs. Lillian Manes, Mr. and
Mn. Morris Radman, Ann Gar- |
finkel, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nusi-
now, Lillian and Esther Goodman,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Frohman. Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Kaplan. Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Goldman, Mrs. Celia
Rosenblatt, Dr. and Mrs. Isaac Un-
terman, Mrs Alice Freeman, Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Sichel, Mrs. Toby
Schaehter. Mrs. Freida Tobey and
Col. and Mrs. Tamari.
THE JUDAH AZA B'nai B'rith
youth group will meet at 8 p.m.
Tuesday at the B'nai B'rith Youth
Center in North Miami Beach.
Isadore Schwartz (left) is pre-
sented a olaque for 18 yec.s
of devoted service as presi-
dent of the Greater Miami He-
brew Free Loan Association
by Franklin D. Kreutzer. 3X-
ecutive vice president.
Nature Of Emotions'
The 10 a.m. meeting on Thurs-
day of the Spinoza Forum tor
Adult Education will hear a talk
on "The Origin and Nature ol I
Emotions" by Dr. Abraham Wolf-
son. The session will be held at
Washington Federal, 1234 Wash-
ington Ave.
Beth Kodesh Sisterhood
Beth Kodesh Sisterhood will
hold its monthly luncheon at noon
Wednesday. The hostesses are Mrs.
Bertha Halpern, Mrs. Milton Wein-
er and Mrs. Louis Zimmerman.
Mrs. Jack Stone, president of Sis-
terhood, will preside.
Young Israel To Install New Officers
Finest Field will be installed as
Ithe new president of the Young
Israel of Greater Miami Saturday
levelling during formal ceremonies
IKNIST HUD
in the Social Hall of the North
Miami Beach synagogue.
Rabbi Naftali Porush, spiritual
leader of the congregation, will in-
stall Mr. Field and the other newly
elected officers.
Rabbi Shmaryami T. Swirsky,
spiritual leader of Congregation
Beth Jacob. Miami Beach, will be
guest speaker at the event.
The program will also include
messages by Emanuel I'ngar, out-
going president: Mrs. Libby Sider-
sky, president of the Sisterhood;
and songs by Manny Mandel who
will also serve as master of cere-
monies.
Other officers who will be in-
stalled include: Milton Gottlieb
and Herbert Hochfelsen. vice pres-
idents; Arthur Weingarten. finan-
cial secretary: Rita Saslaw, re-
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The Monday evening lecture
will be followed b> a question-and-
an-uer period.
Leo Mindlin. well known writer columnist for the Miami Herald.
a"i educator, will be the guest
l<- "Eoic of the lim" lecture Ml
at 8:30 Monday evening at the
Itmpie.
With Israel Strives for Political
Re-form" as his topic. Mr. Mind
lin's lecture at the Miami Beach
congregation will analyze the in
ner structure of Israel's political
party system which has undergone
considerable change since the es-
tablishment of the State.
The former executive editor of
The Jewish Floridian. Mr Mindlin
currently teaches English litera-
ture and philosophy at Miami-Dade
Junior College and is a regular
Education Bureau
To Offer A Course
In Group Dynamics
A course in group dynamics, the
attempt to gain maximum partici-
pation of students in classroom
presentations, will be offered for
Hebrew teachers of the Greater
Miami area by the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education, according to Albert
E. Ossip. president of the Bureau.
The course, under the direction
of Dr Stephen M Corey. Professor
of Education. University of Miami,
is being offered in two sections,
one for professional Hebrew teach-
ers and the other for oneday-a-
week Sunday School teachers.
Selected teachers for the two
clashes will meet Monday to deter-
mine the details of procedure of
the course.
The planning committee consists
of Abraham J Gittelson. educa-
tional director of Beth Torah Con-
gregation: Cantor Jacob Bomstein,
educational director of Temple Is-
rael: Herbert Zvi Berger. associ-
ate director of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education: Dr. Nathaniel Sor-
off. Bureau consultant: and Louis
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soonsored ioinllv bv the South Florida Dis-
tricts. Zionist Orqanization of America and
the Greater Miami Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, are discussed by the members of the
committee. Shown (standinq from left) are
Morris Simon, Isaac Donen a'.d Jack Alex-
ander. Standina (from left) are Morris Kristol
and Louis Schwartzman. executive director
of the Bureau.
Burnett Roth To
Address Beach
B'nai B'rith Unit
Burnett Roth, national Anti-
Defamation League Commissioner,
who has just returned from a
meeting of the B'nai B'rith Na-
tional Executive Board, held in ;
Washington, will address the Mi-
ami Beech B'nai B'rith Lodge at
its monthly meeting at the Algiers
Hotel at 8 p.m. Wednesday.
He will sneak on "The Crisis in
the Anti-Defamation League and
in Our Countrv.''
Mr. Roth will present the issues
faced by the ADL and discuss fully
their implications for the citizen
and the community. Jack M. Fink '
will introduce Mr. Roth.
Entertainment will be provided
by the Cantor of Temple Emanu-
El. Zvi Adler. who will present a
selection of Yiddish. Hebrew and
English songs. Cantor Adler makes .
an annual appearance at the Mi- 1
ami Beach Lodje monthly meet- 1
insg.
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The weekly meeting of the Mi
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p.m. Wednesday at the Ritz Plaza 1
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Mt. Sinai To Participate In Nationwide
'Project Heart' Coronary Drug Research
Mount Sinai Hospital announced fatty substances can improve long
_3muel I. Silver, past presi-
dent of the Dade County Bar
Association, headed the spe-
Icial committee representing
[the Florida Bar at a recent
I conference of leaders of all
| bar associations in the state
I held irj Tampa.
lags For New Citizens
The South Florida Council of
n.ii B'rifh Lodges will distribute
American flag* to newly inducted
ituens Friday at the Main Post
Dllice. Irving Matlin and Manny
inman will make the presents-
ions in two ceremonies, at 9:30
i m and at 1:30 p.m.
plans this week to participate in a
j nationwide program aimed at ex-
pending the lives of heart attack
: victims.
Along with three other hospitals
! in this areaMiami Heart Insti-
| tute. Veterans Administration Hos-
i pltal and Jackson Memorial Hos-
i pitalMt. Sinai will take part in
"Project Heart" as part of a na-
tional coronary drug project. The
local hospitals will accommodate
. as many as 500 men in the Greater
' Miami area.
The Mount Sinai phase of the
project will be under the direction
ot Dr. William Bernstein.
The goal of the national project
is to evaluate five drugs on 8.500
patients over a five year period.
This is the largest field trial
j ever undertaken for treatment of
the nation's No. 1 killerheart at-
; tack It is designed to determine
whether drugs that lower blood
' levels of cholesterol and other
term survival of heart attack vie- i
tims by protecting them against
recurrent heart attacks and other
complications of coronary disease.
Persons eligible to participate in
"Project Heart" are men. aged 30 ,
through 64. who have had one or
more documented heart attacks.
Patients must be referred by their
personal physician or should ob-
tain his consent. The volunteer re-
mains under the care of his physi-
cian throughout participation in
the study, and the physician is
kept informed of his patient's prog-
ress in the study.
Specifically excluded from this
study are female patients, diabetic j
patients requiring insulin therapy
and patients currently receiving
anticoagulant therapy.
Sammy Spear (riqht) will nar-
rate "Jewish Music Then and
Now," written by Cantor David
Conviser (left) of Temple Beth
Sholom at the fourth annual
choral concert at 4 p.m. Sun-
dav in the Tomole Sanctuary.
Ferdie To Address
JWV Solomon Post
Ainslee R. Ferdie will be the
guest speaker at a membership
breakfast of Murray Solomon Post
243 of Coral Gables. Jewish War
Veterans Sunday at Glorified Res-
taurant. 2133 Coral Way. His topic
will be "The Military Situation in
the Near East.'"
Mr. Ferdie. a member of JWV'i
national executive committee, has
just returned from a convocation
of that group in Tel Aviv. While
there, he and other JWV officers
uttencled briefing sessions by Is-
raeli government officials.
JEWS contributed greatly to the
economic and cultural growth of
Milwaukee and were among the
founders of that city's industrial
establishments.
DR. OWEN P. MACKEN
and
DR. DAVID A. STONE
announce their association and
partnership in the practice
of podiatry at
9553 Harding Avenue
Surfside, Florida
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Friday. March 15, 1968
* ariety Hospital Sets Career Dav
The Candy Stripers of Variety
lldren s Hospital and the Ho-
al Women'$,Committee will co-
f.jnsor a Health Career Day Sat-
lay. 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Variety
m spital.
Theme of the program is "Ac-
n I- Where Youth Is." General
: Jirman is Mrs. Edward Mel-
' men's organization.
Periodic tours of the hospital will
be held.
Tb.Career Day nwetins is open
to all junior and senior high school
students and reservations may be
made with Mrs.-o*na Brown at
Variety Children's Hospital.
6T Festival Will
Feature Russian
workshops will be Jewish MllSlC
healtn career spe- ,
Esther Stern, star of the Miami
production of "Fiddler on the
Roof.'- will be featured in the Jew-
ish Music Festival to be presented
at the YM-YWHA of Greater Mi-
ami at 8 p.m. Saturday.
She will present a dramatic in-
terpretation of Sholem Aleichem's
lyric written for a Russ'an lullaby.
The music festival will be a trib-
ute to the contribution of Russian
Jewry to Jewish music and will be
part of worldwide efforts to protest
the plight of the oppressed Jews
of the Soviet Union.
A highlight of the Festival will
be the Shalom Trio of Israel, who
will sing international favorites as
well as Israeli music. The trio
Zemach Yariv, Dalia Dinur and
Arie Kadurihave just completed
a Latin American tour and were
top performers at the Sabra in
Mexico City.
The Dahlia Dancers will per-
form Israeli folk dances and Gene
j Bass will present a series of folk
. songs from all countriesinclud-
I ing internationally beloved Jewish
melodies.
The recently formed YMHA
Choraliers under the direction of
Mrs. Paul Drazier. will sing and
[ will provide a musical background
I for the Dahlia Dancers.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Nashkin,
' former stars of the Yiddish Thea-
j tre in New York, have prepared a
j special act. Mrs. Nashkin perform-
1 ed under the stage name of Molly
; Rose.
Progressive
: lducted by
lists, and a film will be shown
e titled "Helping Hands for Julie."
Leonard Frischman
On Barry Faculty
Leonard S. Frischman. of Surf-
' i culty as a lecturer in the Edu-
ion Department.
Mr. Frischman has taught on
junior high and secondary level
addition to serving as assistant
ncipal for curriculum at Palm
j ring Junior High for two years.
was also a member of the staff
at developed the Dade County
"_ nguage Development Test.
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Planning the installation banquet of B'nai
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Hotel, Sunday, are (from left): E. Albert
Pallot, international vice-Dres. of B'nai
Brith, and Gold Coast board member:
George Kronenqold, president, Paul Seid-
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NCJW Region Conclave
Due Here March 24
Delegates from eight states will
participate in the first Southern
District Convention of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women,
led for March 24-27 at the
Americana Hotel.
Toe conclave follows the reor-
ganization of the NCJW into major
regional districts, according to
Mrs. Charles Marcus of Dallas,
Southern District president.
Mrs. Betty S. Fleischaker of
Louisville, national vice president.
mrs. irrrr fie isch are r
heads a list of prominent NCJW
leaders who will take part in the
four-day conference. Mrs. Hannah
Slrin. national executive director,
also will address the convention.
The Greater Miami Section will
play host to the Southern dele-
gates, with Mrs. William I. Bren-
ner and Mrs. Sidney Lewis desig-
nated as convention cochairmen.
The theme of the gathering is
"Step Up To Tomorrow," with dis-
cussions of growing crises in the
areas of urban planning, education,
'he war on poverty and family
stab'lity sharing attention with
Jewish affairs and NCJW-supported
overseas projects.
Mrs. Marcu will deliver the key-
note address March 24, with Mrs.
Fleischaker speaking on "Women
Who Care" March 27. Miss Stein
will speak on "Dimension. Deci-
sion and Development" at the
convention banquet March 27.
Registration will begin at 9 a.m.
Sunday, March 24, with Mrs. Flei-
schaker briefing workshop leaders
and recorders at a 2 to 4 p.m.
session on the opening date.
Mrs. Aaron Farr of Miami Beach,
a national vice president, will brief
women who are delegates for the
first time at a 4 to 5 p.m. meeting,
preceding a buffet supper.
Mrs. Fleischaker is a well-known
civic leader and crusader for
equal opportunity.
Plans for the 18th anniversary dinner dance
oi Temple Zion, to be held at the Temple at
8:30 p.m., Saturday, March 30, are discuss-
ed by members of the arrangements com-
mittee. Shown (from left) are: Mrs. William
Sturman, Mrs. Essie Greenberq, Mrs. Jan
Jacobi, Mrs. Stanley Alperin, Mrs. Seymoa.
Beiser, Mrs. Gerald Wernick, Mrs. Mem.
Taub and Mrs. Albert Green. Not shown ar ?
Mrs. David Goldberg, chairman; and con.
mittee members Mrs. Morris Gateman, Mrs
Gerald Enerfeld, and Mrs. Herman Teetle
Temple Zion Plans Chai Anniversary With Dinner-Dance
ate of the Liverpool Theological
Seminary and the University Col-
lege of South Wales, joined the
The affair will start with cocktails \ congregation in 1951 and has serv-
ed as spiritual leader since then.
Temple Zion will hold its 18th
anniversary Chai' dinner dance at
the temple Saturday, March 30.1
.
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942 CihfcOLN RD., COR. OF MICHIGAN AVE., MIAMI B1ACH
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at 8 p.m.
Entertainment will star come-
dian Eddie Schaeffer with music
throughout the evening provided
by Ralph Correnty.
The receiving line will be head-
ed by Mrs. Alfred Waxman, hon-
orary chairman, and a hostess
committee.
Temple Zion is a conservative
congregation which was founded
18 years ago and known, until
1954, as the West Miami Jewish
Center. Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Teit-
ler held classes on their porch for
' the children of the families which
organized the temple.
Rabbi Alfred Waxman, a gradu-
Hebrew Academy
Women To Hear
Book Review
A book review meeting will be
held by the Hebrew Academy
Women at 1 p.m. Monday, at the
! Academy, 2400 Pine Tree Dr.,
Miami Beach, it was announced
; by Mrs. Samuel Rosner, president.
Edyth Geiger, regional director
ol the Southeast area for the Amer-
ican Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
versity, will review the best seller
Christopher and Father." by
' Huns Hani.
According to Mrs. Leonard Ro-
sen, chairman of the Board and
Journal, and .Mrs. Isadore Spolter,
Journal cochairman, the Journal
Cabinet will be on hand to accept
ads for the Hebrew Academy An-
nual Pictorial Scholarship Journal,
and reservations for the forthcom-
ing 20th Anniversary Supper, hon-
I oring Mrs Joseph Shapiro at the
Deauville Hotel.
Refreshments will be served.
In 1964, the congregation moved
from its original quarters on Red
Road to its present location at
8000 Miller Dr. in a building val-
ued at three quarters of a mill I
dollars. Membership has increar- I
steadily and latest figures sh i
that more than 500 families i i
now affiliated with Temple Zio
Further information on the an -
versary dinner may be obtair -1
from Mrs. Beverly Goldberg >
Mrs. Sandy Alperin.
Potf. Auxiliary
Sponsor Dinner
South Da:le Post No. 778 of the
Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A.
will mark the enrollment of its
50th member with a dinner-dance
at 8 p.m. Saturday evening at the
Officers" Club of Homestead Air
Force Base.
The post auxiliary is cosponsor-
ing the function.
Information may be obtained
from Col. Arthur E. Conn. Col.
Paul B. Barker. Mrs. Maxine Wein-
stiin or Mrs. Reva Dauer.

FIRST SEDER
FRIDAY. APRIL 12-7 P.M.
SOO50 tip and
tax incl.
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SATURDAY, APRIL 13 P.M.
fl T30 tip and
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Children under 8 $10 for each Seder
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JenIsli norkJirtr
F.xHav. March 15.
Or Olom Sisterhood Presents Musical
Lincoln Road Mall trams carry "Join Wo-
men's American ORT" taas to help the
Southeastern Florida Reaion's ORT Day
1968 campaiqn whose qoal is to recruit the
greatest number of memb3rs in it's history.
Shown (from left* ore Mrs. Geora~ Rand.
Atlantic Shores Chapter; Mrs. Theodore
Groups
ORT Day
In Greater Miami To Mark
- 1968 On March 20
Southeast Florida Region mem-
bers of Women's American ORT
will join with 78.000 of their co-
members in 600 chapters through-
out the nation in observing ORT
Day 1968 on Wednesday.
They will hold teas, meetings,
rallies and conduct telethons and
walkathons in order to mobilize
the women of the community for
greater support of their vital pro-
tram of vocational education for
displaced, oppressed and deprived
Jews, which embraces 22 coun-
tries.
Mrs. Harold Schneider, Region
president, noted that Gov. Claude
Kirk. Mayors Chuck Hall, Stephen
Clark, Jay Dermer, Harvey Ruvin,
Shepard Broad, C. L. Dressel and
Louis Stallman. et al, will issue
proclamations citing ORT Day
1968. an official observance in the
Greater Miami area on March 20.
Officers of the Southeast Florida
Region who are playing an active
role in ORT Day -1968 are Mrs.
Phillip Stark, membership vice
president; Mrs. Lou Jacobson, ex-
ecutive committee chairman; Mrs.
Theodore Zalles, education vice
president; Mrs. Florence Kupper-
ilinner at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at
t!ie Black Angus Restaurant. 385
W. 49th St.. Ilialeah. The program
will consist of a fashion show in
which ORT girls will model. Mis.
Hyman Mallinger is president and
Mrs. Howard Korn is membership
vice president.
*
Coral Gables Chapter has sched-
uled a luncheon Wednesday at
noon in the Holiday Inn, 1350 S.
Dixie Hwy.. South Miami. The pro-
gram to be presented is a fur
fashion show, plus a songstress and
a community sing." Guest speak-
er will be Mrs. Florence Kupper-
man. Region public relations di-
rector.
*
Tropical Park Chapter will have
a Coffee at the home of Mrs. Sam-
uel Kornstein, 1801 SW 99th Ave.,
at 8 p.m. Tuesday. Mrs. Harold Si-
monhoff is president, Mrs. Merton
Westein is membership vice pres-
ident.
Svncoast Chapter is planning a
luncheon in the Villa D'Este Room
of the Seacoast Towers East Mon
Zalles, region education vice-president; Mrs.
George Linden, region re.enrollment chair-
man; Mrs. Nathan Blum, Flaminao Chapter
bulletin chairman; Mrs. Robert Goodman,
Gulfstream ChaDter ovb'iHtv chairman; and
Mr. Harvey Hartmen, Gulfstream Chapter
bulletin chairman.
man J. Blum. 8866 Hawthorne
Ave.. Surfside. at 11:30 a.m. Tues-
day. President is Mrs. David Serns
and Mrs. Blum is membership vice
, president.
* Sjii-is..wsrcss
Mrs. George Linden, reenrollment
chairman.
Mrs. Abraham Krutman is presi
dent. Membership vice president
is Mrs. William Rice.

Southwest Chapter is planning a
Tea at the home of Mrs. Myra
Schillemson, 9041 SW 66th Ter. on
Wednesday. Mellah film will be
shown. President is Mrs. Michael
Rosenthal and Mrs. Mort Zigelsky
is membership vice president.
*
Ao ORT Day Coffee is slated for
the Jade Winds Chapter in the rec-
reation room at 1 p.m. Thursday.
Mrs. I. Perlyn is president.
North Miami Chapter is plan-
ning a Coffee at the home of its
. president, Mrs. Selig Weinstein,
program will be presented. Mrs. ; 970 NW 181st St., at 8 p.m. Tues-
Losjh Baron is president and Mrs. j day. March 26. Mrs. Marty Wasser-
Alfred Delson is membership vice man is membership vice president,
president.
Pine Tree Chapter will hold a
luncheon at the home of Mrs. Nor-
Atlantic Shores Chapter will
have an ORT Day champagne j
brunch at the home of Mrs. Sey- '
mour Rubin. 1031 N. Shore Dr., at
11:30 a.m. Wednesday. A fashion !
show will be presented and Mrs. '
Phillip Stark, region membership
vice president will be the guest \
speaker. Mrs. Hy Rottenbcrg is [
president and Mrs. Seymour Rubin
is membership vice president.
Bay Chapter is having a lunch- ,
eon at 11 a.m. Monday at the
home of Mrs. Harold Schofel. 400
S. Shore Dr. Cards and a musical
Cloverleaf Chapter is having a
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Islander Chapter is planning a
i.oon luncheon March 26 at the
home of Mrs. Jean Barr. 2045 NE
202nd St. President is Mrs. Jack
Breitbart, and membership vice
president is .Mrs. Isaclore Grue.
The Sisterhood of Temple Or
Olom will hold its monthly general
meeting at 8 p.m. Thursday. March
21. in the Temple Auditorium.
Mrs. Harry Sarnoff. program
chairman, announced that in hon-
or of Jewish Family Living, the
program will be a musical narra-
tion titled. "The Message of Pe-
sach" narrated by Mrs Bob Parent
and performed by the children's
choir under the direction of Cantor
Benjamin Ben-Ari.
Members ot the choir are Debbie
Lubin. Becky Kurtz. Jennifer
Green. Naomi Fistel. Bryna Suss-
man. Harriet Gold. Susan Fried.
Steven Scherker. Marc Ginsberg.
Alan Schwartz, Larry Rothenberg.
Authors, Parties
On WC Agenda
Revy Wikler and Peg Savage
Grey, co-authors of the book "Sex
and the Senior Citizen." will be
guest speakers at the meeting of
Branch 1050. Workmen's Circle, on
Saturday at 8 p.m. at Washington
Federal, 1133 Normandy Dr.
Women's Club of Branch 692
will have a membership Purim
party-concert al its clubrooms, 25
Washington Ave, Sunday evening
at 8 o'clock.
Branch <>!>(> was lo have a Purim
gathering and entertainment on
Thursday at 6.30 p.m. at its Ly-
ceum. 1545 SW 3rd SI
Hcrschel Gelfand. David Beckctl
man and Jeffrey Glelberman.
Mrs. Jules Goldmark is Jewisk
Family Living chairman, cultural
sice president is Mrs. Walter Seiri.
ler and Sisterhood pre
Mrs. Joseph Rothman.

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Children Of Exodus' 25th Anniversary Luncheon Theme Is 'Years That Were'
To Be Shown Sunday
Hi si Florida showing of "The
Children of the Exodus" will.be
televised by WCKT (Channel 7>
Sunday afternoon from 3 until 3:30
p.m.. according to Sidney Ansin.
president of the Miami'television
Station and a vice president of the
Greater Miami .l.-wish Federation.
V., io Mostel. stag*) screen and
video personality, narrates the
color film, produced by the United
Jewish Appeal. The story deals
Beth David Sisterhood
Betb David Sisterhood will hold
it- Combined Campaign luncheon
meeting at 11 a :n. Wednesday, In
Spector Ball. A workshop on the
Jewish Theological Seminary will
be presented bj Mrs. Arthur .1
Brown, president of the Florida
Branch, National Women's League
. ''.: by Mis Murray Kaye.
vice president ol the League.
Mrs. Nathan Speigleman is Sis-
terhood president.
with the saga of six orphans of
.Nazi concentration camps, who in
1947 emigrated to Palestine.
Twenty years ago the ship Ex-
odus, its decks crammed with a
cargo ot 4.500 death camp refu-
gees, made its storied Might to the
Promised Land.
The tale is now familiar to us
all, Mr. Ansin pointed out. but the
film serves as a pointed reminder
that the mercy ship was turned
back in sight of its goal, with its
forgotten passengers denied entry
into a new homeland.
Their plight, he noted, raised
the cry of world humanity and
came to symbolize the hope of a
new Jewish state.
The documentary traces the
present whereabouts of a small
group ol youngsters photographed
81 the window ol a rail car enroute
to freedom. It is a film. Mr. Ansin
asserted. Of rare drama and poign-
ancy, "a film not to be missed,
l)\ anyone."
The Sisterhood of Temni R*h chael Mersel.
Sholom. Miami Beach, will cele- der, Mrs. Jack
orate its 25th anniversary at its
annual spring luncheon at 11:30
am Wednesday in the Starlight
Boom of the Doral Beach HoteV
Dom DeLuise. well-known stage,
screen and TV entertainer, will be
the featured performer at the
luncheon, and a musical. "Those
WCre the Years That Were." writ-
ten by Mrs. J. Bernard Spector
and Mr?. Aaron M. Beder, will be
presented.
Soloists will be Salwa Merrige.
mezzo soprano, and the temple's
cantor. David Conviser.
The program is coordinated by
Mrs. Elliott Pearl, Other partici-
pants will be Mrs. Dolores Wilson,
Mrs. Joseph Nevel. Mrs. Budolph
Hammer. Mrs. Aaron M. Beder.
Mrs. J. Bernard Spector. Mrs. Nor-
man Arkin and Mrs. Harry B.
Smith.
The luncheon committee consists
of Mrs Meyer Don. chairman.
Mrs. Irving Bern, Mrs. Marvin
Cooper. Mrs Myer Friedman. Mrs.
Sara Frishman. Mrs. Bobert J.
Jaffe. Mrs. James S. Knopke. Mrs.
Morris Lipp. Mrs. Benjamin Man
dell. Mrs Marvin Marx. Mrs. Mi-
Mrs. Aaron M. Be- Seymour SiKerman. Sisterhood
B. Shapiro and Mrs. president.
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Friday. March 15. 1968
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
A woman who is a wife, mother, a grandmother, a
lawyer, a community leader, a woman sufficient unto her
own self is a woman whose price is far above rubies.
This woman is Reba (Mrs. Jack)
Daner. She was born in Key West
where her mother went as a bride.
She came to Miami as a baby. As an
only child she was raised strictly.
She went to school on N.E. 10th
St. called the Second Street School,
then Central Grammar and lastly
Miami High School!
Reba was greatly influenced by
her father, Abram Engler, a won-
derful philanthropist. During the
depression of 1930 he rented a
store, hired a cook and fed hun-
dreds of unemployed people. When
it was discovered what he was doing, the newspapers
clamored for a story but he threatened to close the soup
kitchen if he was not allowed to do his bit of good, un-
heralded and unsung. That was the kind of man he was.
He impressed on Reba that a person must be self sufficient.
It was he who encouraged her to go out for debating in
school. This ability has formed a broad base for every-
thing she has done in her life.
After high school Reba went to Europe with two
companions and a teacher to study art, languages and
architecture. "The grand tour," it used to be called.
She remembers vividly Passover as the holiday when
Grammar school received enough contributions to keep
its doors open. She remembers Yora Kippur in Europe
when she fell in her new high-heeled shoes and broke both
of her ankles. Back to Tallahassee for a semester, then to
the University of Miami.
Tea days after graduation from, the University she
married Leonard Epstein. The Epsteins had two daughters,
Leonette and Ann Engler.
Reba went to law school and was admitted to the bar.
In 1938 she was the only woman Jewish lawyer in the
state. She didn't practice however until her husband died
in 1946 and she took over his practice and office. She:is
still in the office practicing.
The community means many things to many people.
Reba was president of Greater Miami Hadassah. She is a
past president of Temple Israel Sisterhood. She and her
mother were the first mother and daughter team to have
life memberships.
Four years after she was widowed she was on the golf
course when she was almost hit by a golf ball driven by
Jack Daner. He apologized profusely. It was a lucky shot
because a month later Reba and Jack were married. As the
little Daner girls got bigger and older, Reba became more
and more involved in her community. The library' became
one of her prime concerns and still is. She was on the
committee ten years ago which chose the new librarian,
Oscar Everhart and was chairman of the board during the
process of attaining the new Miami Beach library. Reba
is past president of the Florida Library Trustees Associa-
tion and incoming VP of the Southeastern Library Associa-
tion. Reba is active in so many organizations connected
with Library affairs and with Law Committees that it is
impossible to even list them all. Suffice it to say that she
is an important and vital force in all of them.
The Daners have done a lot of traveling. On a trip
around the world they stopped off in Japan so that Reba
could deliver a citation from the American Library Associa-
tion to the Japan Library Association in Osaka. It was a
formal and interesting ceremony. Last fall they went to
Scotland for the Edinburgh Musical Festival where they
heard music every night and played golf every day.
Her hobby is gardening. She took a course in botany
and is firmly convinced that her green thumb is one of the
greenest. Seven and a half years ago, the Daners' lives
changed a great deal when thir grandson, Abram Englander
Anderson came to live with them. Their lives now center
about him. Jack loves being a grandpa.
This year their travel plans are the greatest ever. They
are going to take their grandson to Disneyland.
Jack and Reba are sports enthusisasts. They never
miss a football game. Reba has a most gracious and en-
dearing manner. But behind that charming facade is a
steel determination that is evidenced in the work that
she has accomplished. An iron hand in a velvet glove has
enabled her to finish whatever she has set out to do.
Mrs. urea hsmman
August Nuptials
For Miss Balber
Dr. and Mrs. George Balber an-
inounce the engagement of their
! daughter. Susan Helene. to Andrew
Harvey Weinstein. son of Mr. and
: Mrs. Adolph J Weinstein of Pitts-
| burgh. Pa.
The prospective bride is a grad-
I uate of Coral Gables Senior High
land the University of Miami,
I: where she earned a Bachelor's de-
I gree from the School of Educa-
11 tion. She is currently a third grade
; teacher at Coral Way Elementary.
Mr. Weinstein attended Marietta
College and is a graduate of Du-
quesne University, where he was a
member of Beta Gamma Sigma
and Beta Alpha Phi, honorary busi- j
ness fraternities. Now a senior at VlOUeer WOTtWll
the University of Pittsburgh Law rf^ __. Ql,mtJm'\,tt
School, he will attend New York HOllOr StlPdroff.S
University in the fall to do post
graduate work.
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Felise Eber Is
The Bride Of
Neil J. Fishman
The wedding is planned for
A high noon wedding on Sunday, ; ,,
March 10. united the former Felise ''
Maureen Eber and Neil Jonah
Fishman. The ceremony, conduct-
ed by Rabbi Leon Kronish at
Temple Beth Sholom. was followed
by a reception at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel.
On their return from a honey-
moon trip to California and New
York, the newlyweds Hill live in
North Miami Beach.
Fall Wedding For
Lolli Bessell And
Wesley A. Lauer
Mrs. Ida Liftman, president of
Pioneer Women, Club 2, has an
nounced that a luncheon on Tue-
day at 12:30 p.m., at the Star Res-
taurant, will honor Mr. and Mrs
Abraham Shedroff, who are cele
i brating their wedding anniversary
Mrs. Shedroff serves as club vice
president.
Invocation will be given by tin
Mr. and Mrs. Martin P. Bessell, Sadie Hubert and Mrs. France
310 East Dr., North Miami Beach, j packar will entertain.
announce the engagement of their i____
daughter, Lolli Ann, to Wesley Alan
For the nuptials, the new Mrs. Lauer. son of Mr. and Mrs. Fabian |
Fishman selected a bridal gown Lauer of North Miami Beach and
fashioned of white pleated organza Atlantic City,
chiffon in tiers with long sleeves
and a standup ruffled neckline. A
Miss Bessell graduated from
cascade of loops held the many-
Norland Senior High and is at
tiered French illusion veil which rt*nt* junior at the Univers"y |
was applkjued in silk apple bios- ot *lortaa-
soms. Her fiance graduated from North
Honor attendants to the bride Mi,am! Seni,Kr *** andt **" ^
were her sister Jill Eber and Viv- uate .from the ^ersLty "
ian Bonchick. Serving as best man ida, m *"* "e J* ent..thf
was Scott Eber, the bride's broth- ^"S^V* Fk>nda Law Scbo1'
er. and among ushers were Seth ,n ""
Eber. Eddi Yanowiiz. Larry Lip- An early fall wedding has been
sky. Jack Willner and Norman planned.
Bonchick. _______ v ______
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Massachusetts Club
L. Eber, 4385 Pine Tree Dr., the
bride is a graduate of Miami Beach The regular monthly meeting of
Senior High, where she was a tte Massachusetts Club of Greater
member of the Thespians and Fu- M,aral was.to be held at 8 p.m.
ture Teachers of America, and at- j Thursday, m the Bel Aire Hotel,
tended Miami-Dade Junior Col-
lege.
Her bridegroom is the son of
Jack Fishman, 16 Island Ave., and
Mrs. Rose Fishman, 900 Bay Dr.
He attended Windsor Mountain
School in Lenox. Mass.. and the
University of Miami.
Mr. and. Mis. Samuel Le Sa-
voy of the Oliver House were
feted recently en the occasion
of their 50th weddinq anni-
versary. The celebration was
hosted by (heir son, Teddy
LeSovoy., and attended by
their three grandchildren
friends and relatives.
Anita Satlof Is
Betrothed To
Martin Laivson
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Satlof of
Columbus, Ga have announced
the engagement and future mar-
riage of their daughter. Anita
Faye, to Martin Scott Lawson.
The bridegroom-to-be is the son
of Mrs. Jack Lawson of North
Miami Beach and the late Mr.
Lawson. He has a bachelor's de-
gree from the University of Flor-
ida, where he served as president
of Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity, and
is now a graduate student at He-
brew Union College in Cincinnati,
Ohio.
The bride-elect graduated from
Columbus High and is presently a
senior at the U. of F. Her sorority
is Delta Phi Epsilon.
The wedding will be held on
Aug. 24 at Temple Israel in Co-
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Mr. and Mis. Morris Alpert
at the time of their weddinq
in 1918.
The recent Inaugural Dinner
for Israel Bonds in the Grand
Ballroom of the Fontainebleau
Hotel was attended by over 3,000
delegate* from Hie United States
and Canada.
Guest? of honor were Gen. Hz-
hak RaMn, Israel's new Ambas-
sador t: the United States, and
Vice I'.-sulent Hubert H. Hum-
phrey.
Mrs. Ttahfrn wore an Israeli
couturit r origical gown in sculp-
tured rjatelasse which combined
champagne, gold and silver. A
high yoke bodice was featured
with a double button closing high
in the back. Her gown had its
own matching jacket Mrs. Hum-
phrey chose a brocade gown in
white. i:old and silver. Her scoop-
ed neckline was detailed with
radiating jeweled embroidery.
; elre Mr. Justice Samuel Freed-
." man'., and vMrs. Freedman. She
fhoser a coektail dress with a
blac*f" und white silk print in a
geometric pattern. Her neckline
was a modified bateau in front
and dipped to a decoUette back.
Mrs. Carrie Rosens beige and
gbld sown and matching coat fea-
tured a darS mink collar. Yellow,
blue and white combined in Mrs.
Max Brown's oocktad ensemble.
Her jacket was waist length. Mrs.
Harry Sirkin was in shell pink,
fcer jeweled bodioe cut in the
bateau neeklm* *
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_Mrv>;Benjamin (Anna Brenner)
MU'er?' midnight blue gown Was
covered with hand embroidered
matching colored bugle beads.
Black Chantilly lace, embroider-
ed with silver beads, was worn
by Mr?. David+onve. White peau
de soi<. topped with a green and
pink striped coat, was the choice
of Mrs. Leo Mthdlin. Black Chan-
tilly lace was seen on Mrs. Jack
Popick.
A tri-colored gown, encrusted
with bugle beads in matching
colors, was worn by Mrs. Jan
Peerce. Emerald, coral and ivory
panels were inserted vertically
irom neckline to hemline. Mrs.
Milton Sirkin was in black silk,
with a black and white jeweled
bodice. Mrs. Max Waits wore a
striking violet and silver kaftan
styled gown. Her yoke and cuffs
on the full long sleeves were
embroidered with silver jewels.
Black satin with small rhinestone
buttons was the choice of Mrs.
Arthur Apple. A white gown of
silk worsted with a matching full
length coat was the choice of
Mrs. Gerald Schwartz,, and the
white dress chosen by Mrs. Mil-
dred Steinglass was brocade, em-
broidered with gold brilliants.
Mrs. Shepard Broad's ice pink
chiffon gown was covered with
crystal caviar beads. Mrs. Dora
Kugel chose a grey chiffon with
horizontal bands of iridescent se-
quins. Miss Lillian Goodman's
silver shift sflhouette featured a
black metallic collar and cuffs.
Coral and gold silk chiffon was
combined in Mrs. Edward Green-
field's gown. Mrs. Robert Weitz'
black velvet gown featured a
white keyhole insert in the front
of the bodice which was jewel en-
crusted with satin lined bugle
beads and crystals.
Luncheon Honors
Miami Beach
Technion Women
lite members and fife" trustees
of Miami Beach Chapter, Women's
Division of Tecbnion, were to be
honored at a luncheon meeting on
Thursday at the Algiers Hotel.
Among the honorees are chapter
president, Mrs. Milton Sirkin, a
second generation member of her
family which includes four genera-
tions of Technion life members.
Mrs. Harry .Sirkin and Mrs. Joseph
Sugerman represent the first gen-
eration. Mrs. Joshua Sirkin third,
and Miss Caren Sirkin the fourth
i generation of family members
who have worlced over the years
for the organization responsible
for International Scholarships to
the "MAT." of Israel.
Located at Haifa, Technion Uni-
versity offers degrees in 32 tech-
nical and engineering programs.
The chairman for the day is
Mrs. Trudy Hamerschlag. Mrs.
Nan Cohen is program chairman.
Mrs. Marie Balaban will entertain.
The Alperts celebrate their
50th weddinq anniversary
this month.
Teenage Drug Use
Is Sisterhood Topic
Dr. David J. Lehman, chairman
of the Broward County Medical
Association's special committee on
projects "Teen-
age and Paren-
| tal Alert," will
be guest speak-
er at the next
meeting of the
Mollie Kahaner
Sisterhood
of Beth Torah
Congregation at
8 p.m. Wednes-
day in the so-
Dr. Lhman ciai hau.
Dr. Lehman is a practicing car-
diologist in Hollywood and a Dip
tomate of the American Board of
Internal Medicine.
He has devoted his time and en-
ergies promoting educational pro-
grams for teenagers in the schools,
aimed primarily at recognizing
the early signs and symptoms of
drug usage and dangers involved
in using drugs.
Mrs. Richard Sneider is chair-
man for the evening and Mrs.
George Goodman is Sisterhood
president.
Mr. And Mrs. Morris Alpert Celebrate
Their Golden Wedding Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Alpert, cele- Temple Beth Sholom. During the
brating their 50th wedding anni- war, he was a lieutenant in Civil
versary, will be honored at the Defense and manned an observa-
Oneg Shabbat following Friday tion tower. The Alpert home was
evening services at Temple Beth usecl as a community center for
Sholom on March 22. meetings and musicals, as well as
The Alperts, who came to Miami first aid instruction by the Red
Beach from Springfield, Mass., in i Cross.
1929, have a son, Robert Zane Al- ,,
pert, and three daughters. Frances "S*1** *lso.made ""*>***
Gold of Springfield; Evelyn, wife | contributions to the common, y.
of Milton Nussbaum; and Ruth, T s,ai; *" M.ount 1?,n,al Hosp',al
wife of Robert Merritt, all of Mi- dr,ve' ,hc f!rst 'cock,ai1 par,y {or
. I i-->'H in yipr home. She was on the
They have nine grandchildren 'irst committee to form the Jewish
and four great-grandchildren, with Federation and led the Victory
another expected very soon. Three March for raising the most funds,
married granddaughters who also During the war she was a volun-
live in Miami Beach are Mrs. Nor- teer worker in the OPA (Office of
man Enteen, Mrs. James Goodkin Price Administration), a major in
and Mrs. Charles Leoni. the block service, and had charge
| of a center for distributing ration
Grandson Roger Merritt, a sen- books. She was a red-feather ma-
ior at Emory University, Atlanta, jor in the Community Chest drive,
who is on the Dean's List, is active j Founder-president of the Hanna
as a radio announcer in charge of j Senesch Group of Hadassah, she is
the station. Granddaughter Roz \ at present a trustee in the Miami
Merritt is a sophomore at Sophie \ Beach Chapter of about 6.000
Newcombe College, New Orleans. members, a trustee in the Jewish
They are both flying down to at- j Convalescent Home, on the Board
tend the Golden Wedding. Three of the Jewish Federation, is the
younger grandchildren, David, j Wills and Bequests Coordinator of
Joyce and Brian Alpert, are ex- the Florida Region of Hadassah
pected from Nashville, Tenn. i and has been cited by National
In the early days, Mr. Alpert Hadassah for "outstanding work."
played a big part in building up She has attended Barry College
Miami Beachhotels, apartments, ; and the University of Miami and
stores and homes. He supervised at present is an active member of
the construction of the Hillel House the Laramore-Rader Poetry Group,
on Miami University campus, and She sang in the Women's Choral
was also active in the fund-raising | Group of Temple Beth Sholom and
campaign. He was a member of is a life member of many organi-
the Construction Committee of zations.
GRAND OPENING

Maxim Brodyn, tenor and ac-
tor and ZeMa Zlatin, pianist,
will be the featured perform-
ers at the final meetinq of
the season of the Yivo Forum
series to be held Saturday
eveninq at Temple Beth
Sholom. 4144 Chase Ave.,
Mian-.. Beach.
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Extends heartfelt wishes of Mazel Tov
to its members
MR. and MRS. JACK DIAMOND
upon the wedding of their son
BARRY STEPHEN to ROBERTA BAND.
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THE GABRIEL TABLE
It happened at the Angel Luncheon of the
Greater Miami Section of the National Council
oi Jewish Women. In the grand ballroom of the
Fontainebleau Hotel in the middle of well over
TOO women angels, there was a table of men!
At this Gabriel table were the misters who
belonged to the angels of the same name
William I. Brenner, who gives free legal advice:
Charles Fritz, the only male volunteer in the
downtown llirift Shop; Edwin Oppenheiin. hus-
band ol the Section president (nothing more need
be >aid about himwhat a job the husband of a
president hasli: Jack Friedberg, who is planning
a Men's Advisory Committee: Herman Bergren.
who has driven his wile to the Thrift Shop so
otten that she is the star Thrift Shop volunteer;
Charles Rosenberg, patient and enduring husband
of the Ways and Means V.P.; Stanley Cohen, an-
other Thrill Shop helper, enlisted by his v> ife;
and Morton Stubins, the not-so-patient, not-so-
enduring husband of Chairman of the Day Louise.
(Only his wife could say that, and then a trend
her statement to read that he has really been
wonderful and has now received a week of con-
centrated attention.)
Those at the Gabriel table said they were
going to blow their hornsand did. Then they
sang. "Have You Heard. I Married an Anger.'"
It w;.s adorable, but I doubt if they will get any
stage movie, or TV offers.
THE QUEEN BEE
Bees and honey go together. Honey and Al
(.in ..in;.n had a dinner party that was .. honey.
Honey had all of her homemade hors d'MUVre*
in their upstairs apartment at the Imperial
House. One Oi them was mussakawhatever that
isn ith caviar. The bar in the red and white den
had huge playing cards right in the tloor. There
were turquoise individual tables next to the chairs
(for easier eating) throughout the whole blue and
while apartment.
Dinner proper was served downstairs in the
restaurant. An "E" shaped table was decorated
with everything but the kitchen stove. Hearts,
tall flowers, short flowers, roses, and daisies, all
were just gorgeous. Magnums of champagne
were wheeled about.
To match the gorgeous food, there were gor-
geous people. Honey's mama, (she's a mama's
baby) Mattie Washton. was there. Included in
the guest list were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Blank.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Orovitz, Mr. and Mrs. Julius
Rosenberg. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Manson. Mr. and
Mrs. Emil Morton, Col. and Mrs. Jacob Arvey.
Mrs. Jack Ablin. Mr. and Mrs. Hy Peshkin Mrs.
George Friedland, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kann. Dr.
and Mrs. Stanley Frehling. Mrs. Alexander Muss.
Mr. and Mrs Bert Freedman, Mr. and Mrs. Max
Boderman, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fishbein.
Y'ALL COME
So the 300 who got the invitations to Li'l
Abnar anoVDaisy Msie Lanaburgh's Sadie Hawkins
Day Party in honor of Don Rickles went to Dog-
patch. U.S.A. It was a huge garage on Collins
Avenue transformed into a real Dogpatch, with
marvelous hills and dales and' rocks as well as
bales of hav to sit on. with a few rocking chairs
thrown in for good measure. A mule and some
goats and various other animals mingled with
the guests. Everyone wanted to ride the mule
and leed the chicken. Pictures were taken of the
jail house and the privy.
The vittles. prepared over open grillsstew,
corn on the cob. and fried pieswere passed
around on tin plate. Firewater was poured from
brown jugs. A hillbilly band and square dance
caller kept things on the move. A hen laid an
egg. and Jean said she was going to cook it for
Morris' breakfast, but in the excitement it got
lost.
Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry
Wittels. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kasdin. Mr. and
Mr.-. Daniel Herman, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Blum.
Mr. and Mrs. Jason Berkman. Mr. and Mrs. Ben
Gaines, Mr. and Mrs. Irv Cowan. Dr. and Mrs.
James Furlong, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gidney, Mr.
and Mrs. Sanford Kramer. Dr. and Mrs. Leo
Kuppcr. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sullivan, the Leonard
Friedlands and the Mai Englanders.
SWEET BIRD OF YOUTH
There were four hostesses for the birthday
luncheon given for Babs (Mrs. Leonard) Parker
at the Richard Stone home. Marlene Stone was
one of the four hostesses, the others were Ann
(Mrs. Irving. Jr.) Greenfield, Roz (Mrs. Rich.irdi
Pallot and Beverly (Mrs. Akin) Rosen. The girls
did all the decorations and cooking themselves.
The three "generals" and one "private"
Beverly was the "private" and a darn good sport
bought up all the birds they could find and
made things out of them. Center pieces were
bird cages, the dessert was bird nests of ice
cream, with candy eggs.
After lunch 35-year-old Babs opened her pres-
ents and the young matrons went their respective
ways in their respective car pools to pick up their
respective little darlings.
Among the guests were Mrs. Reva Parker.
Mrs. Irving Greenfield, Mrs Richard Greenfield
and Miss Lola Greenfield (Babs was a Greenfield,
originally.) Also Mrs. Arnold Straus, Mrs. Larry
Markman. Mrs. Ernest Halpryn, Mrs. Richard
Brickman. Mrs. William Leone, Mrs. James Oro-
vitz, Mrs. Daniel Franco. Mrs. Herbert Paige,
Mrs. William Singer. Mrs Elliot Daniels and
Mrs. Stanley Sterling.
Frances lehman
Maccabee Chapter of B'nal B'rith
Women will hold its next meeting
at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. March 28.
in the Forte Towers auditorium.
; The president is Mrs. Herman Dan-
zig. Mrs. Morris Danzig, program
vice pTc'sident. will present the
JWV Auxiliary
Marks Birthday
The Harry If. Cohen Auxiliary.
JWV. will hold a 10th anniversary
affair at the Carillon Hotel on Sat-
urday starting at 7 p.m.
On Wednesday evening, the Aux-
iliary will join with the Post for
installation of new oflicers. The
ceremony will be held at the Surf-
side Center.
Auxiliary president is Mrs. Sara
Gardener, and Sam Frankel is
20st commander.
guest speaker. David Cooper, who
will speak on "The American Pol-
icy Towards Israel."
i a
Hatikvah Chapter will precede
its meeting at p.m. Tuesday m
the Forte Towers Auditorium with
an 11:30 a.m. brunch in the Forte
Towers Restaurant. President is
Mrs. Mina Glickman. Program
vice president, Mrs. A. William
Gerstman. will present Mrs. Jay
Dernier, who will discuss Purim in
Israel, followed by a mandolin pnn
cert by Sam Frishman. Mrs. Wolf
Gewanter and Mrs. Sonia Gross
Pinski Club Will
Hold 1*11 rim Fete
The David Pinski Club will pre-
sent a special program celebrat-
ing Purim at 8 p.m. Friday, at 832
Washington Avc. Miami Beach.
The program will feature Michl
Gibson, talented member of the
Yiddish Theater: Fishl Nashkin.
popular humorist and narrator and
Ben Yomen. who will lead the
gathering in holiday. Yiddish and
Hebrew songs
L. Lasavin will speak on "The
Significance nf Purim in Our
Time."
Refreshments will be served,
featuring the traditional Haman-
taschen.


Miami Beach Chapter Hadassah Groups
Schedule Luncheons For Youth Aliyah
The 21 groups of Miami Beach welfare movement, through which
C hapter of Hadassah have sched- Hadassah conducts child educa-
tiled luncheons in celebration of lion and rehabilitation programs
Youth Aliyah" international child in Israel.
Temple Judea's
Purim Festivities
Set For Sunday
Temple .ludea of Coral Gables
vill stage two Purim carnivals
Sunday, one aimed at youngsters,
the other for adults.
The children's festival is slated
Jcom 10:30 a.m. until 2 p.m. at the
Temple. 5500 Granada Blvd. Prizes
Mil be given for. costumes. On the
agenda are lunch, games, pony
juries, movies, hamantaschen and
ii country store.
Adults will have a Purim carni-
val of their own from 8 p.m. until
midnight, with casual attire the
rider of the day. There will be
food, dancing, prizes and games.
The Temple Sisterhood, with
Irs. Richard Horwich president.
as scheduled a Cook Book lunch-
-on for 11:30 a.m. Wednesday.
lembers and guests are asked to
bring their favorite recipes for in-
Book to be published soon.
Mrs. Hertzl Honor, a member of
'he faculty of the Lindscy Hopkins
Vocational School, will create table
ish holiday;. Each luncheon guest
will design and make her own, to
Jake home with her.
Nominations for 19686!) mem-
bers of the board of directors of
the Temple .ludea Sisterhood will
ha presented at the meeting.
The Louis D. Brandeis group held
a luncheon Monday noon at the
Fontainebleau Hotel. Mrs. Sam
Ruban is president of the group
*
The Lincoln group will hold a
luncheon at noon Monday in the
, Doral Beach Hotel. A musical skit
is on the program. Mrs. Eva M.
Ilium is president and Mrs. Belle
Burack is chairman of the day.
* *
The Hanna Senosch group will
hold its luncheon meeting at noon
Monday in the Algiers Hotel. Guest
speaker will be Mrs. Dorothy Krie-
, ger Fink, and musical entertain-
1 ment by Chet Gale. Mrs. Elsie
Click is president of the group,
Mrs. Sylvia Kurland is chairman,
and Mrs. Ella Feldman. cochair-
man.
*
, The Steven S. Wit* group will
hold its Youth Aliyah luncheon at
the Hilton Plaza Hotel Monday at
noon. Guest speaker will be Rabbi
David Raab, of Temple Beth Ra-
I phael. Mrs. Abraham Magid is
'president of the group and Mrs.
, Morris Lencher is Youth Aliyah
: chairman.
* *
The Fort* Towers group will
j hold its noon luncheon Tuesday,
at the Algiers Hotel. Entertain-
! ment of songs will be provided by
noted night club star, Steve Hill.
Mrs. Frances S. Sass is president.
Brandeis Women
Life Membership
Tea On Thursday
a/
The Brandeis University Na-
tional Women's Committee. Miami
Beach Chapter, was to hold a Life
Membership Tea at the home of
Mrs. Jay Dermer. 2525 Flamingo
PI.. Miami Beach, at 1 p.m. Thurs-
day.
Mrs. Ben Zion Ginsburg. pro-
' 2ram coordinator, was to present
I Mrs. Jesse Rose, soloist, accompa-
| nied by pianist Mrs. Barney Pearl-
| man. Mrs. Rose performed during
j World War II with the Women's
j Officer's Club and has appeared
locally at the Seacoast Towers
Club and the Women's Cancer
League. Mrs. Pearlman is a con-
cert pianist, music critic, lecturer
and teacher.
President of the Miami Beach
Chapter is Mrs. Arthur Jurkowitz.
Membership vice president is Mrs.
Rhea Goldfarb.
Mrs. Herman Leeks, Life Mem-
bership chairman, is in charge of
reservations.
Mizrachi Women's Party
Hatikvah chapter of the Mizrachi
Women of America, will hold their
annual Purim party at noon Thurs-
day, March 21, at Congregation
Knesseth Israel, Miami Beach.
Luncheon will be served and a
card party will follow. Mrs. Hy-
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Jt>lsliFk>rMian
Fr Fri
J\ar JMitzvali
*' .
Alan Singer Israel, on March 16.
Alan Michael, son of Mr. and Howard is in the seventh grade
Mrs. Joseph Singer, will become ai Glades Junior High and has at-
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El. tended Hebrew School at Beth Da-
Miami Beach. Saturday. March 16. vid Congregation.
Alan is in the eighth grade at Upon his return March 23rd, a
Nautilus Junior High. He plays reception in his honor will be held
elarinet in the school orchestra. at his home.
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Singer. Among guests at the celebration
Alan's grandparents, will attend will be Howard's grandmothers.
the event.
The celebrant will be honored
at a reception in the Algiers Hotel
immediately following the worship
service.
Lane* Tain**
The Bar Mitzvah of Lance, son .
of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Taines of Patricia daughter of Mr and Mrs.
Mrs. Frank Worth and Mrs. Mar-
ion Soltz.

Patricia Kahn
Saturday morning service at
Temple Sinai, to be held at Wash-
ington Federal, 699 NE 167th St.,
will include the Bas Mitzvah of
Hallandale, will be celebrated dur-
ing Saturday morning services at
Temple Beth El of Hollywood on
March 16.
Lance is a seventh grader at
Howard Solti
Nova High and plays drums.
Mr. and Mrs. Taines will host
the Oneg Shabbat following Friday
night services and the Kiddush on
Saturday morning. The celebrant
will be honored at a dinner Sun-
day evening at the Diplomat Coun-
try Club.
4
Jeffrey Freimark
Jeffrey Phillip, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Freimark, 19711
NE 10th PI., will observe his Bar
Mitzvah Saturday morning, March
16, at Congregation B'nai Raphael.
The celebrant is a student at the
Hebrew Academy and plays piano.
The Freimarks will host the Kid-
dush following the ceremony and
a reception Saturday evening at
B'nai Raphael.
Among guests will be the Bar
Mitzvah's grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Benny Lifton of Brooklvn.
NY.

Howard Soltz
Howard Scott, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Gerald Soltz. 7890 SW 79th
Ter., will become Bar Mitzvah at
Har El Synagogue in Jerusalem,
Martin Kahn on March 16.
Patricia is in the seventh grade
at North Miami Junior High, where
she is secretary of her home room,
and is in the seventh grade at
Temple Sinai Religious School.
She plays the piano and attends
dancing school.
Guests attending the Bas Mitz-
vah will be grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Rivkees, and Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Kahn, of North Miami
Beach.

Roni Latkin
Roni David, son of Mr. and Mrs.
George Laskin, 350 NE 175th St.,
will celebrate his Bar Mitzvah at
Beth Torah Congregation on Sat-
urday, March 16.
Roni is a member of the fifth
| grade graduating class at Beth
Torah. He began his Hebrew stud-
ies at Beth David Congregation,
where he was a member of the
Junior Choir.
The celebrant is a seventh grade
student at John F. Kennedy Junior
High, where he plays trumpet in
the band. He also plays piano.
The Laskins will honor their son
| at the Kiddush following services
and with a reception at their home
Saturday evening.

Elliott Herzbrun
Henry Elliott, son of Mr. and
1 Mrs. William Herzbrun, 1621 SW
99th PI., will become Bar Mitzvah
Saturday morning, March 16, at
Temple Or Oloni.
Henry is an eighth grade stu-
tlent at Rockway Junior High. He
played football with the Westches-
;er Optimist Football Team.
Attending the celebration will be
; the celebrant's grandmothers. Mrs.
; Jennie Jacobson and Mrs. Rose
Herzbrun.
Mr. and Mrs. William Herzbrun
will host the Oneg Shabbat follow-
ing the Friday night services, and
the Kiddush Saturday morning. A
reception and dinner honoring the
celebrant will take place Saturday
night at the JHscayne Terrace
Hotel.
w iV
Jeffrey Golstein
Jeffrey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
win Golstein, 500 NE 178th St., will
observe his Bar Mitzvah Saturday
morning, March 16. at Beth Torah
Synagogue.
Jeffrey is a student of the Torah
class and will become a member
of the confirmation class of 1969.
Mr. and Mrs. Golstein will sponsor
the Oneg Shabbat in his honor fol-
lowing the services.
* *
Morey Spitalnick
On Saturday, March 16. at Tem-
ple Tifereth Jacob, Morey, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Spitalnick, 3055
NW 84th Ter., will become Bar
Mitzvah. Services begin at 8:45
a.m.
Morey is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Madison Junior High.
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Out-of-town guests will include
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Spitalnick of Bronx, N.Y., and Mr.
and Mrs. Hy Winokuer of Char-
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A reception will be held at the
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Claudia Shusterman
Claudia, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Nat Shusterman, 17810 NE
10th Ave., will observe her Bas
Mitzvah at Beth Torah Synagogue
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Page 13-B
Continental Again
Offers Passover
Take-Out Foods
Emery L. Green, owner of Con-
tinental Caterers of Miami, has an-
nounced that Continental's Kosher
for Passover complete seder menus
as well as individual take-out items
Purim Bazaar Is
Set For Sunday
At Oholei Tor ah
The Oholei Torah Day School
Women's Group will sponsor a
Purim Bazaar at the school. 1536
Bay Rd.. Miami Beach, from 11
a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday. Mrs. Toby
Lifchetz is chairman of the event.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JU DICIAL CIRCU IT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
No. 68-3800
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
EDGAR H IL-L1AM8
Plaintiff
LIZZIE MAE WILLIAMS
Defendant
TO: LIZZIE MAE WILLIAMS
Daw soi leorgla
Y..u LIZZIE MAE WILLIAMS are
hereby notified thai a Hill of '"'-
plaint for Divorce has bean
will again be available for the I Many items will be sold at bar- as^nat ^u. and^u are reaolrod^to
I Lain prices, and a d>ic:>t
lunch will be available.
holiday which begins this year on I >" Pnces- and a delicatessen
Stale Senator Richard Slone heaij about B. F. Goodrich
Tire Company's brand new "second generation" Radial
S9C Passenger tire from W. B. Flora, BFG's General Manaqer-
Deaier Sal3, from Akron, Ohio. Senator Stone aot the
first hand infoimation about the new tire at Norton Tire Co.,
whose stores in Southern Florida are the first in the nation
to market the new tire. __________..
the evening of April 12.
Continental. 8393 Bird Rd., will
provide a wide variety of take-out
foods for Passover with delivery
In time for the holiday for all or-
ders in by April 5. Orders of $25 or
more are delivered free with a
Proceeds of the Bazaar will help
sponsor the Oholei Torah School's
scholarship fund.
Mrs. Michael Jacobovits is pres-
ident of the organization. Cochair-
Mrs. De-mer To Address
Beth Raphael Sisterhood
The Tegular monthly meeting of
the SiNtorhood of Temple Beth Ra-
rhael will be held at 8 p.m. Thurs- i "Israel Lives." a singing testi-
day, March 21, In the Temple. 1545 | monial to the heroes I
Jefferson Ave.
Beach Singers To
Offer Israel Show
$1.50 delivery charge for smaller I men for ,he bazaar are Mrs. Mor-
orders. The orders may also be I ,on Mayberg, Mrs. Philip Rants.
picked up the morning of April 12. Mrs- Gimple Onmland, Mrs. Ruth
Continental will also offer a full Pollane and Mrs' Ab,aham Korf'
] line of Morrison and Schiff meat
1 products packed kosher for Pass-
over under the supervision of
Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik of
Boston, with no increase over the
year-round prices.
Mr. Green announced that, for
the first time this year. Continen-
tal has begun servicing most of
Mi-. Eva Berger. president, will
preside at the business meeting.
Program chairman Mrs. Irene
Wecker will introduce Mrs. Jay
Dormer, who will present a pro-
gram "Purim in Israel."
Entertainment will be a mando-
lin concert given by Mrs. Wolf
Gewanter, Mrs. Martin Gross and
Mr. Sam Fishman.
Boxing Promoter At Y
Chril Dundee, nationally famous
boxing promoter, will address the
boys of the Senior High Clubs at
will be this season's major work the hospitals and homes for the
of the Miami Beach Community a^ed in the Greater Miami area
Singers at 8 p.m. Monday at the ; with kosher dinners and has also
Miami Beach Auditorium. provided daily kosher lunches and
dinner to the Hillel House at the
Conducted and arranged by Ben University of Miami for students
Yomen, the program will feature desiring kosher meals,
soloists Louis Danto. tenor, and so-1
prano Barbara Gladsen, with nar- ,
rators Ada oGrdon and Dr. Morton
Rosenbluth and piano accompani- '
ment by Kay Sestok.
Presented in a two part pro-
gram, the first half will be charac-
terized by the evening's first num-
ber, "Israel Lives." Written by the
New High Rise Is
Planned This Year
For Sunny Isles
Retta Damenstein,
Pioneer Miamian
Retta Damenstein, a pioneer of
the Miami Jewish communitv.
died Sunday at the age of 77. She
resided at 954 SW 2nd St.
A native of Charleston. S.C..
Mrs. Damenstein was a charter
member of Temple Israel and was
the first secretary of the Opti-Mrs.
Club.
She was the widow of Julius
Damenstein and is survived by a
daughter, Harriet.
KUPERSMITH
j internationally renowned Mana-
a special "Open Rush" meeting at zUCCa, the famed composer is ex-
the Central Branch of the YMHA j pected ,0 be present in the audi- I ^uncd plans for the newest lux-
at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. Dundee I ', ence to hear the interpretation of ; ury housing on South Florida's
Arlen Properties, Inc., of New
York, in conjunction with Burk
Builders of Miami, this week an-
[rving, 80, of linn "l si., died Sunday,
I!,- i mi,- here l."> v ars aao from
New York. He was a member of the
Miami Beach K of P. Nil 170. He is
Survived by his wife. Mililred. a
Ron. Arnold of Miami Beach: a
daughter. Iris I.itman of Miami .
Reach: a sister Blanche Fromnu-r >f day of April. IS'.*
to the liill of Complaint on the
Pli.....ff> Attorney, THEODORE M.
TRU8HIN, 420 Lincoln Road Miami
Beach, Florida, Suite :>! and file the
original Answer or Pleading "> 'he
off..... of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the IT day of
April 19*8. If vou fail to do so. Judg-
ment by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded in the
Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in TUB JEWISH Fl.oKIDlAN.
WINK ANIi ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this nth day of March, AD.
K B LE ITHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
Fly I. SXEEDES
Deputy Clerk
,:.,.,..-it C( 'II"1' SE U'
THEODORE M TRCSHIN
420 Lincoln Road
Miami B.....h. Florida
Attorney f,.r Plaintiff f ,_-,..., 4--
^NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
E' FVENTH JUDICIAL CIPCUIT
OF FLORID* IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
N" S8-3892
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
|.!.;t|.;|{ v CIOLTXO
Plaintiff
M i DEI INK CIOLIXO
Defendant
TO: MADBl.INE CIOI.1NO
13 Roosevelt Avenue
Hasbrouck Heights.
You ^MADELINE ClOUNO. are
herebv notified that a Bill of Com-
1 plaint for Divorce has been filed
I against you. and you are required to
serve a enpv of your Answer or Plead-
., -t.. Mill of Comotalnt onthe
Plaintiffs attorney. SIDNEl OTWDN-
BON 612 Alnsley Building. 14 N.B.
1st Avenue. Mlmal, Florida am and
file the original Answer or P^'ding
In the offlN "f he I>rk "I the
Circuit Curt on or before the 1. in
' If you fail to do
talk about the present boxing sit-
uation in the Miami area as well
as the rest of the United States.
who

PHILIP MINIS, who died in
1780. was the first Caucasian child
born ir. Savannah. Qa. He was a
prominent Jewish businessman.
her work.
"Song of the Golden Peacock,"
a musical fantasy with script by
Louis Lasavin and music by Ben
Yomen, will highlight the second
i half.
Miami Beach; a brother Jack and
a grandchild. Services were held
Monday at Riverside Chapel.
Gold Coast.
The project, to be known as
Arlen House, is valued in excess
of $8 million.
According to the announcement,
the 21-story structure will go up in
the area of Sunny Isles at the I
northern end of Miami Beach.
Arlen House represents the most |
luxurious project yet for Morris
Burk of Burk Builders, who also
built the Americana. Island House
and Coastal Towers, as well as the
Paradise Island Hotel, in associa-
tion with C. H. Leavell and Co., i
and others.
The 312-unit apartment will rise
on a five-acre site fronting on the
Intracoastal Waterway on Bayview
Dr. (155th St. off Collins Ave.).
Surrounded by a park-like setting,
it will feature an 80-slip marina,
clubhouse, tennis courts, lavish
dining room, informal coffee shop,
swimming pool, billiard room and
shops.
The high-rise will offer tenants a
convenient, central location, Burk
said, combined with quiet and
privacy.
Access will be available only
through private roads and a pictur-
esque entry gate and gatehouse.
The entrance gate will be control-
' led 24 hours a day for maximum
1 security and will be connected to
the building by closed circuit TV.
Completion of the building has
been set for December, this year.
A special exhibit hall at Collins
Ave. and 155th St. displays apart-
ment models and other features.
Arlen House was designed by
architect Robert Canny West. In-
terior decorator is Jimmy James
and Adam Taylor has been named
sales manager.
SHAPIRO. Mrs. Gertrude Sachs. Si of
son West Ave. Gordon Chapel.
Interment Mt. Nebo.
TUDOR. Herman. 1. of M20 3"rd
St. Gordon Chapel.
Interment Mt. Nebo.
BECKERMAN. Miss Rochelle Oussie.
24. of 7P50 SW 18th Ter. Gordon
Chapel. _
OILMAN. Mrs. Sadie. 79, of 600 Ocean
Dr. Newman Chapel. _
HERBST, Mrs. Rosalie. 73. Of K01
B Treasure Dr. Newman Chapel
HERLANDS, William. ;:'. of 1500 Bay
Rd. Riverside Chapel. _
JACOBS. Reuben. r.s. of I72TS Collins
Ave. New man Chapel. i
KAY, Mr.-. Elisabeth, 72. of 10295 Col-
Una Ave. Riverside Chapel
KESSLER. Alex. "'.4. of J"" Park Axe
Blasberg Chapel.
LIEBERMAN. JullUS, Of I'M 0
Dr. Riverside Chapel.
LOWEN. Isidore, 7'l, of 1SS3 Coll! is
Ave. Riverside Chanel
MERL. Louis, :-'. of US Crespl Blvd.
Riverside Chapel.
ROSENBERG. Mr- kadie, i *-'
Pennsylvania Ave. Riverside Chapel.
SREDNICK. Mr- R----- "", "'" ,,;" ;
Michigan Ave. Rlversidi Chapel
COHEN. Jacob, 75 of Man I
Rd, Riverside Chapel.
COHEN. I oil'-. 7'. of 1683 I i
Av Newman Chapel.
GOLDMAN. Morrll 64. of '
Av.- Newman Chapel,
GORDON. P.eiij.-inrn. -2. "' "41 "1-
lint Ave. Riverside Chanel.
HOFFMAN, l.onis. 71. of IIM SW
53rd Dr Gordon Chapel Ii rmi ni
Mi Nebo.
KLAINER. Harry. M. of S"
Inaton Ave Riverside '"
LANG. EEdward. 80. ni 18*0
18th v ve lordon Tianel.
MONROE. Mrs. Sarah iSaljv}' ';
...... \\ i Ave Riverside I hi.....l
, perris. tsadore, 86, of 28
Vve Gordon Chapel
SMALL. Bi njamin S'
Uns Ave Riverside Chapel
VORZIMER. Cyrus B 86 Ol I
6th Av.-. Rlversidi Chanel.
AVRUNIN. Ilvmaii. 60, of 6iSl I olllns
Av.- Blasberg Chauel
BROWN. Samuel,
| vve V. man chai- I
COHAN. Stenhen J 8. of :
nth pi.. Riverside Chapel
FEUERMAN. Mrs Kate t
Collins Ave Riverside Ch mel
FIESTAL. Harris of '
Vve R t.....di ">el
GOLD. Mrs Rele 11. ni ':" '
nivd Riverside Chanel.
GOLDBERG. Slmo
40 t,..... 1 lordon Chaw I
GOLDSMITH. Mrs BI
West Vve Rlversld
Wash-
Eui lid
4441 Col-
I.
SB
lllns
"of 845 Merldan
SE
,.f 1801
so Judgment by default ill be taken
againstvou for the relief demanded
in the Rill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
|n TUB JEWISH KI/MMDIAN
nOVB AND ORDEltED at Miami.
,h s IStn day of March AD IMS.
E n I.BATHBRMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By: C P. COPBI.AND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seall
SIDNEY BFRONSON
Attorney for Plaintiff
612 Ainslev Rulldlne
Miami. Florida 88182 .,.,-_.._.,,, 4 -
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTV. IN CHANCERY.
No 68-?495
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
J( 1 I.VNN'K HESDERSI IS,
Plaintiff.
STEVES*Ji iHS HESDERSON
TiV's-r'iVv ES JOHN HESDERSON
ni', S'orth Irienl Street
Fairmont. Minnesota _._
YotT STEVES JOHS HESDERSfTS,
,... herebj notified 'hat a Bli
Cnmnlninl for Divorce has been rilea
nKains1 you, and you an |U red to
s,,v, a .....v of your Answer or Plead-
i,,.. to the BUI of Comnlaint on IM
Plaintiffs sttomey. SEYMOUR OS-
DOS 7"" N u :'4 Street, Ml
Florida and file the orlltli .1 Ai
,,r pies.....u the ofl.....I 1
of the Cir.o curt on or l 1..1.
19 day "f Vrll, I9AS H you fail to
do bo, JudKtneiil by defaull u
take' iltali 1 yon for the relief de-
ed in the Rtll of c nv.l
This otlce shall be published once
, 1 for I "i.....'."I tvei
;" -r...':' JEWISH !......Mil VS.
DOSE ASD ORDERED at Miami,
i".....i-,. this 1 nh daj of March A D.
F V- LEATHERMAS. Clerk
Circuit '"'our'. Dade C. untv. Flo
Bj K. M I YM W
I i.'.ll'v Clerk
fClrcn'i Court Bei n
PF.V-Mi .|i; 1 i\l IS, ESQ
796 N \\ 54 Stn ei
Miami, Florida 881: 1
Attorney for Plaintiff ij,
n E m
8, of
4
irillnf
of 587' SW
1520
I'll ',..!
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77473-B (Dowling)
' RE E '......' ,
ROSE I. VOGEI*
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pen
Manhattan
RIVERSIDE
MEMORIAL CHAPEL, INC. FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Fouoded by Charles Rosenthal. 18771966
19th and Alton Road: in the heart of Miami Beach
1250 Normandy Drive: fifteen minutes from Hollywood
JE 1-1151
In Miami: Douglas Rosd st SW. 17th Street
In North Miami Beach: 16660 N.E. 19th Avenue
Far Rockawjy
Westchester Bronx
Brooklyn
To arrange a funeral anywhere in the United States,
call the nearest Riverside Chapel
Beaded Flowers
Workshop Due
At Garden Center
Beaded flowers will be the sub-
ject of the next Tuesday morning
workshop session being conducted
at the Miami Beach Garden Center
and Conservatory. 2000 Garden
Center Dr.. from 10 a.m. to noon.
Mrs. Rose Kelemer and Mrs. E.
Lober will teach the art. Partici-
pants should bring wire clippers
and containers. Other materials
will be available.
a i 'lainu or I lemai di ^ Bald
GOLDSTEIN. Mlil-'M V- '- '" ,:,,,,
,:.... 1 .. Uii-m-uifl. I hull. ).-<'
lins Ave Riverside 01 a|n
GOODMAN. Bam. "' l"lv" '"' !'"'
Ave. Riverside Chapel
Gr>SS. Prank A TV of II I id "'
Creek Dr Riverside Chanel.
HABERMAN. nu'. "'' of MM Byi
Ave. Riverside Chanel
Harris (Herskovltoh). m.-^ -
li-.T'H
v'ou are hi r< by notified at I 1
,.,1 to present any 1 la nis which you may have 15
estate of ROSE L VOGEI.. ''-
late of Miami, Dade Com t> 1 lorlda,
,0 the Counts Judttes of Dade County,
nnd file the same In ......' '' aiid
as nrovldwl In S.....Ion "M 16. Florida
ptntuts, In th*l offices In the County
N.E u Av,- Riverside Chanel. Courthouse Ii Dade County. Florida,
hebr, Mrs ena. T, of 190 Bay Dr.
Blasberg Chapel.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tli,. undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of ATMORE APARTMENTS at 731R
Harding Avenue. Miami Beach intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court nf Dade County.
Florida.
F.l.l BREGER and
TOBY BREGER. sole owners
3/1-8-1 ;.-:-'
7 th
within sis calendar months from the
time of the fi'-st publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
p.-.t..,i :.t Miami, Florida, this
dav of March. A. P l'"'"_.,. ....
CITY NATIOXA1 BANK MTAMI,
Florida as idmlnist'ator ol the
Estate of
rose 1 VOGE'. deceased
by: Roy A PERRY.
Trust Officer
First publication of this notice on
the 16*h na vof March ''"'v
BANFORD M BWERD1 IN'
Attorney for all next of kin
742 Selbnlil Buildlne.
Miami, Florida 33132 .,..,.


Page MB
> k^isUUridlg^r
Fridav, March 15. 1968


LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR CADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PRMATE
i re v.--. u i r
ENNIE SHALETT
1.. i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors :,t..t An P< i Hi
g Claii i- ,:...11.-.t S.ilM

You .. i.- and requir-
BITJ :.<:m and demands
In. n you n..- h.... au..in-t the
JENNIE SHALETT
i la-- Dad) i*untj !"! r.-t.i. to
c u- i 'u:--- of Dade c unty.
nd file th* mine In duplicate :
rovld.-l 733.16. Florida
>'UJult> in t: in t unty
ou-tr.-u-- Iv County, Plot
ithin six calendar rr*.nth.- from the
une f th- first publication hereof,
r the -am- will be barred
D) ; la thi- Tih
4 Mat I AD
VERA M"SKo\ ITZ
A- ESSI utrix:
r pajbllrirtlon of th:-
- IS day of .Mar. h, W
'LLMAN. GOLDSTEIN &
'ACZIER
Vltomeyv for Exe.-utrlx
I*. W. HalT Street
liattti. FT I
a ir.-..-.'' 4 '
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
devil .'it: t> engage
i-in. --. und. r the fictitious name
ICMR ROME STPPLTES Ai I"
Box :_~: South Miami intend* to
rapTtatar Namad i..im- vita the Clerk of
C retail curt of Dadc County.
da
.MINNA BURNS, aale earner
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE US HEREBY fSIVEN Ihat
;i eraarned gatn
in i.u-mess under th* Itetltlnua nam*
< CARJ9L oaij.kkv at Ml Lincoln
Road, Mi:.mi Beach. Florida in'-
to register -aid num.- .vlth the Clerk
, of tht- circuit Court ..f Dfade County.
Florida
MICHEL KOCUCHE.
dba Carel <:*llery
si: Lincoln Road, Miami Hniih.
Florida
fMIVY: MARVIN I WIENER. BfK|
Attorney for
MICHAEL KOCUCHE. dhi.
' 'are! < laller)
ley Buildm*. Miami. Kla
:. li-tt-t* 4 I
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE
OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
INTHE NAMEAND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE OF
FLORIDA
' ALL To WH'i.M THESE PRE-
SENTS SHALL COME;
IVOS:
UEEET- I Miami.
! BBBRT.
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
T-. ALL To WHOM THESE PRE-
SENTS SHALL COME OREETTNOS
Whereas. LEON EPSTEIN. Miami.
Florida; MARIE B KAZMAIER.
Florida ERNESTINE C.
Miami, Florida did on the
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 77931-8
In RE: Estate of
Rl >T M LLMRERi;
I... used
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. All I'rrdili.ni and All Person- IL.
ins Claims or Demands Againat Said
Estate:
You are hereby notMed and ratftured
to prtiaml any clalaaa ami demand*
which you may hav attains! Ihe
estate : ROY M LfMBBRO dweas-
ed i;.t. of iad. County, Florida, to
the County Judge* -.f Had*. Count]
:ti,d file lit*- same in duidicat* and as
provided .! Section 738.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in l>ar:c County, Florida,
within .-\ i .tl. i.dar m..nths from Ihe
tim^ ..f ilit fir-i oul.i.ration hereof,
or ih*- sam- will l.. knarred
l'ai.d at Miami. Florida, this vli
day of March. A.I>. I*ff
s JEAN MonTON LIMBERO
As Krc-utrix
Fin*i iiuldkiition of this notlei on
the Stl, day of March, l!-;
WALLACE N HA i:
Atiovney '.r Execajtrli
*" I'.is.avn.- BldC
WALLACE N. MAER
Miami. Florida
LEGAL NOTICE
R-1S-:s-!9
Whereas, MORRIS KA88EL, Miami 'lmh da) of March, A.D. I94S a<
1 leach. Floi id:.. ki*i:t JAMI, N.-w to be incorpomted under Ihe laws of
York, New York; MARIANNE KA8- | the State of Florida LOANS, IN'', a
-i:l. Mian" Beach. Florida; aiimin corporattoa, e/ith its principal place
;IM"VFELI'. NVw York. N.-w York of bujdneafl .it Miami. Daoc County in
lid on the :7th day of January. A.l> lh. Slat.- of Florida, ami whereas
1H5& i-.iu-.- i" be Inoorporatad und.-r su-h rorporatlou did on the 4th day
li. laws of th.- Stai- of Florida MKJ. i of March, A.D. IWS, Cause to >.- tiled
INC. a corporation, with iis principal in the Office of the Secretary of
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBT GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desirintr to entrain1
in business under the tictitious name
< !>.\lK PLASTERINfl CO. al 141".
B ft. l*th street intend t.. retrlster
said name wiih the Clerk oi lh4
Circuit Court of I lad.- County. Florid..
DAVID mf.ltzei:
SAMUEL MATI/iFF
1 ;l; v.i a M1N AfIRON) >W
Attorney f'.r Appli'-.ani1-
66 Btacayne Building
i i-t-K-n
.i:,,.. of buatneaa al MIAMI beach,
>ADE OOCKTT In th. State of
FlorWbk and uherema su. h oorpora,-
lion did mi the l.iih day of Feliruarj-,
A.D. IMS, a use 10 t.e filed in the
.- of th* Secretary of state of the
State of Florida, th- documentary
oUJLhon'v r..|uir-.l under Section e*.2i
i lorMa Rui ate*, showms Hie dlaaota-
t ,<>ti of aoch corporation
Now. therefore the Secretary of
.- .,... deei hereby certify to the fore-
Siaie of lh. State of Florida. Ihe
documentary authority required under
Bet li.ii CM _T. Florida Statutes, show-
Ina the dissolution of such corpomtlOR.
Now, therefore. Ihe Secretary of
State do.-s h.-r.l.y .rtify to th- fore-
aolns and that h.- is satisfied that
the reiulrments of the law have
I..-, i, complied w ith.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and have
affixed the Or*at $^B| f the Slati
t ine and that he Is satisfied that the [of Florida, at Tullahiissee, the Capital.
the jaw have I.e. n Ihil tlo- Fourth day Of March. A.D.
t-'iuirment of
. mplied w'th.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have
hereunto s-1 my hand and have af- |
tilted the Great Seal of the State of
I'ioridn. at Tallahassee, the Capital |
this the li day of February. A D '
IMS.
TOM ADAMS
Be. retary of State
I'o."
iv of :
TOM ADAMS
Bet retary of State
3/I.V68
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78158-A
In BE: Estate of
samcel HRF.NNEK sometimes
known as SAM BRENNER.
BAMI'EL E BRENNER. And
SAMCEL A BRENNER,
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing- Claims >.r Demand! Aeainst s.ii.i
Estate:
You are hereby notified and reo,ulr- "
ed to present any Halms nnd demands
which you mav have against the estate
of SAMUEL BRENNER, sometimes A-D. I!-**
kn.wn as SAM BRENNER, BAMI'EL I E- F!_IJ'-1
E BRENNER and SAMUEL A BREN- Circuit Court
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIOA IN PROBATE
No 47019-C
In RE; Bstate df
JOSE ':<>NZAi.i:z
11.. aaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person* Hav-
me Claim- ..r liemands Aauinst Said
Bsutte
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which vou may have attains! Oie
estate of .iosk ;oN/.AI.K/. deceasied
late of Uade County, Florida lo th.-
Couniy .ludK.-s .f I lade County, and
file the same in duplicate and a'
provided in Section 7:v l, Florida
Btaurtea, in their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar month- from the
time of the first imblicntlon hereof.
..r the same will be bnrred
Dated at Miami. Florida, thi- L'-.th
lav of February. A I> IMI
A. JAY CRISTOL
\ As Adminislralor
Firs! publication of thi- notice on
the 1st day of March. IMi
A JAY CRISTOL
I Attorney for Administrator
gl N K Flrat Avenue.
Miami. Florida f Lg-JJ-M
""NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-3041
KAREN WOODS,
Platnttff.
MICHAEL DENNIS WOODS
Defendahl
TO: 8P .MICHAEL n WOODS
HA lTTOtissT
D Btn 1st QM TNMP Ft. Bliss. Texas
You. MICHAEL DENNIS WOODS,
j are hereby notified thai a Bill of Coan-
| lain! for Divor. e has been filed aain-t
you. and you are required to usrva a
OOpy of your Answer or IMeadinr lo
I the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff*
I attorney. KENNI-7TH V. HF.VAN,
M50 HiM-ayne r...ulevard. Mi:imi. Flo-
rida tXiTI and file the original Answer
..r riead:.- t in the office of the Clerk
i of the Clrcui! Court n or before the
i 1st day of April. 15>*K. If you fail to
I do so. judtcment by default will be
taken against >..u for the relief de-.
! manded in the Rill of Complaint
This nott.-e shall be published once
| each week for four consecutive weeks i
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this -.^th day of February
LEGAL NOTICE
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIOA. IN PROBATE
No. 78000 B
It. RE Estate of
FRANK HI NNINC.HAKE
I.-< ea-'-'l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ing Claim* or Demands Asuinvl Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified ;,.,,| r, .
quired to present any clmm- and manda which you may hav. attains-
he estate of FRANK Hl'NN l.\): IIAK I-
.1.....a > 'I late of Dade County, Fs
lida. Oi the CoUJIty JuUta ,.[ |.,,,.
County, and file the same in duplleala
and a.i provMed in Section 7.;.; l
Florida Statute*, in their ..ft,.. .
th. County l/ourthouse In I)
County, Florida, within six calendar
'months from tin time ..t th. tir-t
publication hereof, or the mm. will i.
barr .-il.
Dated at Miami, Florida, tin- Is. .
dui of February, A D IMI
ANN" M Hl'NNLNOHAKE, a k .
ANNA MARY HC-.NNLNOIIAKI.
As Exe.-utrix
I'irst publication of this nots .
th.- Z3rd dnv of February, lscs
MYERS. KAI'IAX a PORTER
Attorney for Executrix
II'" B.W. 1st Street
Miami. Florida
i r.: :: I .8-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIOA. IN PROBATE
No. 78309-C
RE: Estate of
.-ALLY C.UTTMAN.
Decea.s.d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All persons Hav.
log Claims f.r Iiemunds Against Said
Estate;
Y'ou are hereby notified and required
t" preeeut any claims and demands
v. Meh you may have against the
estate of SALLY octtman deeeeiaed
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 71192-C
In RE: Estate of
EDWARD J. I'HELAN
I>ec eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav- I
in< Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Y'ou are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands !
which you may have airainftt the
e-tale of EDWARD J. PRELAW, de- '
d late of Da.I.- County. Florida. '
to the County Judges of Dade County. '
and file the same in duplicate and
as provided In Section 73". 1S. Florida '.
Statutes, in their offices in the County .
Courthouse In I>aile County. Florida. I
within six calendar months from the
late of Da.le County. Florida to the ,
County Judges of |ade County, and Umo f tBp pul,iicatlon hereof.
file the same In duplicate and as or MimP wl hf han-.l
provided m Section T...1.K, nonda )>:ed at Miami. Florida, this Sth ,
statutes, in th.ir offices in the county ^ (f Mnrrn A r) J9M
c.mrthou m Dade County,.Florida. | EDGAR T. PARKER
As Executor
publlcatlo'n of this notice on ,
k
E
NER deceased late or Hade County.
Fkiridn. to the County Judare* of
Dade County, and file the same Hi
duplicate and as provided in Section
732.16. Florida Slalules. in their offices
In the County Courthouse In Dade
County. Florida, within six calendar
monlhs from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 'jTth
day of February. AD. 19C8.
EDWARD BRENNER
STELLA BRENNER
As Co-Exeoutors
First publication of this notice on
the sth of March. H>.
MYERS. KAPLAN A PORTER
Attorney* for Co-Executors
llf.ft S.W. 1st Street. Miami
s/8.i.-..-.-j-_t.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ATHERMAN, Clerk
. Dade County. Florida
By C. COPBLAND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
KENNETH V. BEVAN
26M Biscayne B.ulevanl
Miami, Floridti ;.:li:iT
U I-I-1S-3J
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-3045
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ALAN WIUJAM I JVC,
Plaintiff.
Vs
JEANNE ELIZABETH LAI'.
Defendant
TO: MRS. JEANNE ELIZABETH LAV
?f-'L'Q Street. N W.
Washington, D.C.
You. JEANNE ELIZABETH LAC.
are hereby notified that a Bill of I'nm-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIOA
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY
NO. 68-2781
CIVIL ACTION
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
SARA JOFFBE a k a SARA
de La-VALBTTB.
Plaintiff,
HIS de La-VALKTTE,
Defendant
TO: 1.1 IS de 1-a-VAJ.ETTK
it Mornhia-side Iir
i iMninlnar.New York
TOC ARE HEREBY MOTIFIBD
thai complaint for divorce haa be*:
filed againat you. and you are required
to serve a oopy of your Answer t .
th. complaint on the PbUatlffs At-
torney, MIUI'EL A SIAIliZ 1".
Biscayne Tower Suite glj, |rs. Bl
eayne Blvd., Miami PlorMa and fn-
an original Anawer in the office
the Clerk ..f the I'lrcuit Court on of
before the ;7 day ..! March. lss II
VOU tall to do s... a. default will be
enter.-.l againat >->u for the rehef .1^
manded In Ihe complaint.
DATED at Miami. Florida th. J|
day of Fulirustry. 1!>C
E B IJCATHFRMAN
).'lerk, Circuit Court
Dad* County. Florida
By K. M LY.MAN
Deputy Cleft
(Circuit Court Seal)
MIOCBL A SCARE?.
Attorney for Plalntil!
Usl Biscayne Tower Suite 6M
Miami. Florida
- tVMt/l-8-lS
Florida.
. thin six c;ijendar months from the .
i-nv of ih. ftr-t publication hereof.
Or the s.-.nv- will he barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 7th |
day of liar h. A D ir-cs
TOIIA CITTMAN Ql'AL
As Administratrix
First publication of Ihis notice on
the 1th day of March. 1X6*
ARONOVITZ AND SILVER
Aitorners for Administratrix
<;.7 Alnsley Buildinr
Miami. Florida 181R
First
the l.-.th day of March, 1*x
<)l.rM.VN. GOLDSTEIN *
PACZIKIt
Attorneys for Executor
L'4"l Wesl Fin frier Street
Miami. Florida
;; l.-.j-L-;' 4
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77*21.A
1 RE: EsUite of
ISIDORE KOSTINER
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You af* hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims afld demands
which vou mav have ntninst the
int. of ISIDORE KOSTINER de-
<. as.d late ..f Dads County. Florida,
to the Coumv Judges of Hade County,
and file tin same In .lunli. :.' and as
provided In SectMM TSJ 18, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Con-niy
Courthouse in Dade county. Florida,
v ithin si.\ Qjalendar months from lh.-
lime of th- first publication hereol
oi the game will be barred.
Dated al Miami, Florida, tins 4*1. day
of Mnr.-h. A.D I9
BEATRICE M VR'IARET KOSTTNER
As Bxecotrix
First publication of this notice on
the ISth da) Man h IWW
t;. >LDMAN O) ILDS1 BIN &
P \CZIER
Alton 'o. Rxeculrix
2401 Weal Flaglei street
:: I'.-l'j-j'1 4 .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OD/EN thai
in* under* gneid, desiring to
, baalness und.-r tin flctltloua name
..f BILLS THRIFT CITY al 1S7J1
,s w. rTMi Avenue, Miami PI
Intends lo lei;.....r said num. with th
i ., of th* Circuit Cowl ol Dad*
i ouniy. Ki' i
WILLIAM I CTRRAN
HBBBEST l. HE1KEN
Attorney foi Applicant
l Ki2 Ainslev Building
*"*** n'" "" :: H-U-tl I
NOTICE TO DEFEND
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION No. 68-3824
DIVORCE SUIT
1MRA Al'RORA MOLISANA.
Plaintiff.
CORRADO MOLISANA.
Defendant.
Y'ou. CORRADO MOLISANA. Via '
Crenova No. inr.. Pescara. Italy (Slut),
I are hereby lo serve a copy of your
I Answer or Pleading to the Divorce
Complaint filed agalnMl you. upon
JOSEPH C LAVB8EL, 112 Biscayne.
Bldg., Miami. Florida. .131."10. Plain-
tiffs attorney, nnd file the original
Anawer or Plaadiag in the office of the
Clerk of the circuit Court on or befbre
the lsth day of April, H*8 If you
fail to do so, judgm-nt by default will
i.. taken against you.
DATED: ll March lM
R l: l.l'.ATIIKRM.W. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dad. Cunly Florida
B) C P COPELAND
I nut \- i 'l.i k
(Cln un Court s. .1
3 IS-22-t* 4 "
S'!":>! &3a&S-laL* Plain. foVrovorcehaV'been Voed
asaiasl you. and you are required to
serve a ropy of your Answer or Plead- :
ing lo the BH1 of Complaint on the
i Plaintiffs attorney. KENNETH V
BEVAN, 2*15 Wscayne Boulevnrd.
Miami. Fk.rlda .131:17 and file the
' original Answer or Pleading; in the
j office of the Clerti of the Circuit ;
' Court on or before the 1st day of '
' April. 1f8. If you fall to do -...
i Judgment By default will be faked
against you for Ihe relief demanded '
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
I each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FUR1DL\N.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. I
! Florid:!, this IHth day of Pebmarv
I A.D. 1*8.
E. B LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
- By: C. P..COPKI.AND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuil Court Peal i
. KENNETH V. BEVAN
L'6'.n Biscayne Boulevard
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
n INTERNATIONAL I .AMPS at S.'C0
N.W. Jtl-tli Street. Miami intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Count v.
Florida.
ROBERTO VAl.IJS. sole owner
u I-8-1.-.--.-J
IN THE COUNTY JUOGC'S COURT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY.
FLORIOA. IN PROBATE
No. 43038
IN RE: Eetutc of
JOHN BRENKACS a'* a
JOHN BRANCAS
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my Final Report and Petition
for Distribution and Final Discharge
an Administrator C T. A. of the estate
of JOHN BRENKACS a/k'a JOHN,,
BRENCA& deceased: and that on the i V,i ^V "?"',.',,'
2Tlh day of March. 19*is. will apply to ; Attorney for Plalnllff
the Honorable County Judges of Dade _____________^
3 1-8-1.-.-22
County. Florida, for approval of said
Final Report and for distribution nnd
final discharge as Administrator I
C. T A of the estate of the above-
named d<-cedent. This r.th dav of March,
1Mb,
malcolm h friedman
MAMViLM II FRIEDMAN
Al lorney
L'l':: S. EC First Street,
Miami. Florida
.". S-1S.M-M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN lhal
the under- gned, desiring lo engace
hi Isjslness under Ihe fiititious name
of LIONS DEN al sst" N K.n.l.ll
Drive. Miami intends lo register said
name wllh the Cleric of Ihe Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
IK WIN RASKIN. TrusU-e
I/W-2Z-Z* 1 ..
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77893-A
In RE Eeta.....f
HANNAH NEl'HAL'S
|.. i eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All creditors and All Peraoni Hav-
ing claim- ..i Demand! Asalnat Bald
Estate.
You ar.- hereby notified and requlr-
.'l to preaent any elalmi anil .i.-m.in.ls
whlch vou may havi ajralnat the
eaUte of HANNAH NECHAl'S de-
ed late of Miami, Dade County
Florida to the Counts Judges of Dade
County, an.i ru ihe -:.tn- iii duplicate
and a- provided iii Section 733.IB.
Florida Btatutea, m their offlcea In
the Count) courihous. iii Dade County,
Florida, within -*iv ralendar month-
from the tit.ie of the fiist publication
hereof, or the same will be i.arr.-.l
Dated al Miami. Florida, tin- nth
day ..f March, a D
HERMANK NECHAUS
As Executor
First publication of this aotloe on
Ihe l.-.th day of March, lfnik
HOWARD It HIRSCH
Attorney for Exaeajtor
8101 Blsca) ne Boulevard,
Miami. Florida 241*8
I/15-22--2* 4/5
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 77409 B
In RE Estate of
FREDERIC i: METZ
I I.-. .:.-. NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To aii Creditors ai d mi Peraons Ha^ -
lag Claims or Demand- Againat Saul
Balate
V'iu are hereby notified and re-
qulred t" preaent any claims and .1.--
manda which you may h\* against
U a estate of FREDERIC i: METZ
.I.....teed late of Da.le Count) Florida.
to ihe County Judges of Dad. Cunly.
and file Ihe same in duplicate and as
provided hi se.-tion Tn.lC, Florida
S'.atUte.-. Ill their offices ill the County
within si\ calendar months from the
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida.
link of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be haired
lMle.1 ;il Miami. Florida, this :1st
ln> of February. A D 1988
MORRIS COHEN
As Administrator
Flrat publication of this noli..- on
the 1st dav of March. 18
MORRIS COHEN
Attorney fur Estate of
FREDERIC E METZ
I09K Ponce De l-eon Blvd.
Coral Cables Flu. 33124
l/l-g-15-1*
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN Ihat
the undersigned, desirrng to engage
in business under the fictitious na in.-
of ROYAL EMBASSY AITS, at r.Tr.n
Collins Avenue. Miami Reach. Intend
t* register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of liade Count v.
Florida.
JOSEPH KRACAUBR
0BOROE Coi.DIIDioM
OMANVEL Bl iBLSTBIN
I 1 -s-ir.-22
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
No. 68-3184
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
HELEN B DAl'.CEY
Plaintrff
Vs
FRANK B DARCET, .11!
Defendant
Tl PR \NK B DARCET, JR.
lsii.". Twinbr.Hik Parkway,
Apt :."4
Rockvllle, Md. WKl
TOO ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
:i complaint for divorce has be) n filed
against you, and yoivare required to
aerve :. copy of your answer or plead-
ings i. the Complain! on I'laintnfs
attorney, JOSEPH H YOUNG 47".
Biitmore Waj Coral Oablea, Florida. ;
and file the original answer or plead-
ing In the office of the Clerk of the
above styled Court on or before s
Jm ISM, in ilefault Of uhUh Com
plaint will be taken as con leased
against yitu
DATED this 2Sth day ol Februury.
E B LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: 1. S. DePlETRO
Deputy Clerk
8/1-8-15-23
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIOA IN ANO FOB OA>E
COUNTY. IN CHANCEER Y
No. M-270e
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
RAYMON ROMAN.
Plaintiff.
\ .-
FRANCES ROMAN.
Defendant
TO: MRS. FRANCES ROMAN
S Coale Avenue
Staten Island, New York
You. FRANCES BOWMAN, ars
hereby notified that a Bill of Com
plan! for IHvorre has been filed
attains! you .and you ar* required t
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead -
Ing lo the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney, DCN.N and JOHN -
SON. 41 h Biscayne Building. 1 West
Flagler Street, Miami. Florida IS1S0
und file lh* original Answer or Plead-
ing In ihe office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the : i
day of March. 1 so Judgment by default will be lakef
Hguiusl you for Ihe relief dnmunded
in the Bill of Complaint
This notice shall be published one*
each week for four consecutive week-
ill THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Mlam
Florida, this Sth day of Pebruui v
A D. 1!>6
E. B. I.F.ATHERM.VN. Clerk-
Cm uit Court. Dade County. Florida
By: K M LYMAN
Deputy Clerk
I Circuil Cour! BaaJI
IHN'X and JOHNSON
41* Biscayne Building
Miami. Flu. 3313-1
Attorneya for ravmon Roman
; :t. 3 i->-'".
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-2710
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ToRA SOI.VIK.
Plaintiff.
LARS BOLYIK,
Defendant
TO: MR LAR8 BOLVIK
148 I', nn Aii'iiut-
Staten laiand. New York
lou. LARS soi.vik are hereby
notified thai a Bill ..f Complaint for
Dlvon haa been fll.-d agalanl you and
you are required !o serve a ropy of
your Anawer or Pleading to Un Bil
of Complaint on the Plalntlfl
lorney, Dl'NN and JOHNSON. 818
Biscayne Buikling. 19 VPeat Ftagter
s.....' Miami. Fl.rida IS18D and Hie
the original Anawer or Pita fling In
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the ;'.". dav of
March, 1068. if y..u fall to do so.
ludgmi t by default will be lalo-n
aaralnal you for the relief demanded
In the Bin of Complain!
Tins notice shall be published once
each wv.-k for four consecutive, week*
In THE JEWISH FlAJRIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida ,this ^n day of February A.D.
1(68
E B LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By: K M. LYMAN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
DCN.N and JOHNSON
416 Btacayne Building
Miami. Fam. 88480
Attorneys for TORA SOLVIR
t/tZ 8/1-8-1*
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Friday. March 15. 1968
rJenist nrridlirun
Page 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
Tn the county judges court
iN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78185-C
i i:!; F>i;ii- of
,11 mh.MK II WILLER.
i .-.i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ti All Creditors und All Persons Hav-
i hums or Da-mauds Against Bald
i
Vou are ha-ra-by notified unci n-quir-
,,l to pro Will m ny Muni mid demands
ivliiih ou may have against the
,.. uli-of CHARLES II WILLER. ale-
.. ,-,-al l;tt- Of Dude County. Florida,
hi ill.- County Judge* nt iiHd.: County.
and i"il- llw same in duplicate und as
l.r.vlded in Sa-otion 733.1a:. Flairlrta
st itutea, In their nffir*#. in th- County
'. urtlmusc in I hide County. Ftnridii,
wi'liin six cjilanialar months fra.m the
t tiT f 'he find publication hereof,
, 'he Kinii' will he burred.
Paia-d at .Miami, Florida, thin 2Sth
u\.s ol February. A.P. IMs.
LEON A BPBVBIN
Am Administrator
li'-t publication of this notice on
th< Mh day of March. 1968.
I.BON A. EPSTEIN
lltorney for Admini.strntor
4_-' JjTu-oln Road
Miami. Itaach, Florida.
3/8-15-22.29
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No. 68-76
IRVING PIVNICK,
Plaintiff,
vs.
M MtJORIB MOSS, a single woman,
PelVn.lanl
NOTICE OF SUIT
IN MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE
ii \HI..NOTO\ MOSS
3M 8.W. "M" Street
Washington. |>. C.
YD!'. ARLINGTON MOSS, are here-
i.v notified that a Cotnnlaint to fore-
[nee certain mortgages on the follnw-
IligC daacribed property. to-\vit:
1,-t f,. Ul.-k n of IJNCOI.N <'ITY.
Section O, according It. tha- plat
I hereof, recorded In I'lat Honk 48.
I'.i-i' 7r.. of the Public Records of
li.ide County. Florida; including
ihc buildings and appurtenances
located thereon,
ho* l>een filed against you and you are
required to serve a copy of your An-
swer .>r Pl.sading to the Complaint on
the Plaintiff's attorney. SCHI.ISSKI..
SCHBR & GROSS. 60T, IJncoln Road.
Miami lleiu-h. Florida, and file the
-riginnl Answer or pleading m the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 9th duy of
Vprll, 1968. If you fall to do so. Judge-
ment by Default will be-taken aeainst
you for the relief demanded in the
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four (4) consecutive
wax-kK in the JEWISH "PI/tRIDIAN.
HONK and fiHDHIfEn at Miami.
Hade County. Florida, this 5th day of
March, 1*68.
B. B I.EATHERMAN, Clerk
of the Circuit Court
Hy: 1- RNEEDBN
Deputy Clerk
s.-HT.TStsrci.. SCI I EH A- GROSS
Attorneys fair Plaintiff
aatif, 1 jncoTn Road
Miami Iteach. Florida 33139
Its JERRY A GROSS
3/8-15-22-29
rW&W
'It's Ben's way of stopping bigotry.'
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77988
In RB: Ksiaie of
FAY II. KAI I'FMAN
I l...;|M||
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and -Ml Persons
Having Claim- or Demand* Against
Said Rotate:
You are hereby notified and reaiuir-
d to present any claims a ml ilcimin.ls
whi.li you may have against the
slate of FAY H. KAl'1-l'MAN de-
oensed late of Dude County. Florida.
to the County Judges of bade county.
anal file (ha- same in duplicate and as
prnvida-d in Section 733. Hi. Florida
Suiui.s, iii th. ir offices In the County
Courllmuse in Dade County, Florida.
Within six calendar months from the
lima of the first pubiia-atiam hereof,
r Ihe name will be barred.
Data.I at Miami. Florida, this Mth
day of Fchruarv. AD. ItW,
JACOB G KAl'FFMAN
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 23 dav of February, 19(8,
IIAKNETt IIOHINSON. JR.
410 Co-ncorri I:n 11.1 i >_r
Attorney for Executor
Miami, Florida
2 '23 I 1-8-15
ATTENTION
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solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the un in business under the fictitious nunie
of WALBl'RNE IIOTF.I. at 125 Oca-an
Driv to rt-gnrter said name with Ihe Oerk
of the Circuit Court of Dude County.
Florida.
MAX FBIOBI.BH. President
MAC ARE CORP.
a Flairiala cairporallam
THEODORE M. THUKIIIN
Attaime>" for MacAbe Corp.
4Jft l^ncoln Road
Miami It-... ),. Florida
3/8-15-22-29
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
RBMTLDA VAIUIKR,
riaintirr
vs
l.KROY TARRER,
Defendant
TO: l.KROY YAR1IKR
Itassidence Unknown
You. IaKROY YAIIHER. are her-by
notified that a Hill of ComplaMll for
Dlvoroa kau been fibd against you.
;uid ynu are II ipllllll lo sa-rve a OOM
aif your Amwaar or Pla-aallng to the
Hill aif Complaint on tha- Plaintiff's
aitorney. IRWIN J. STONE, KS<}..
1 K rida and file the original Ansvva-r or
PleadiUK In the offi.a- of the iVrk
of ihe Circuit Court on or bafore the
27th day of March, Hl. If you fail
to ,i,i so, judgnH-nt by da-fault will be
taken airainHt yu for ih- r.-ii.-f de-
manded in the Hill of Complaint,
This nolle* shall be published once
t aoh week fair four consecutive wa^>ks
i" THE JKWISM FI/1HID1AN.
IsiNE AN-1) HKDERKD Bl Mi.inir,
FlorKUi. this 21st day of February,
A D. 1968.
K II. I.F.ATHKRMAN. clerk
Circuit Court, Dado County. Florida
Hy: C. P. OOPEI.AND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
2/23 3,1-SIS
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKREHY GIVEN that
the uiida-rsigneal, da*sirliig to a-ngagc
In business under the flagitious nuip.es
t't MENTAL HKAI/TH INSTITCTE.
I'SYCHfilitMllCAIa INKtiUMATIiiN
ri-LNTER at MM N.K. Kill Sir-'1',
fllami mi, mis to register said natm-s
Hth the Clerk of the Circuit Court
kf Dade Countv Florida.
LEONARD HAHF.R
SVVI1.MAIHJIIT
AKTIIIH ST1I.I.MAN
tin 3 1 8-15
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 STEPTO.
Plaintiff
vs.
JOYCE STEPTO,
Defendant
You. JOYCE STEPTO, are here-
by notified that a Rill of Complaint
for Divorce has b-en filed ajtainst you,
and you are reajuira-d to serve a copy
of your Aiiswa-.r or PleadinK to the
Hill of Ci.inpl.ami on the Plaintiff's
attorney. E.VCKI. AND I-OI.I-ACK.
1790 N.W, 7th Street. Miami, Florida
and file tha- orkfinal Ansuar or Plead-
inK in the offla-e of the Clerk of the
Clra-ult Caaurt on or before the 26th day
of Murah, 1968. If you fall to do so,
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the rajlief daimanded
in the Hill of Camiplalnt.
This notice ahaII be publishad once
each week fair four consea-utlve weeks
in TUB JEWISH KIjORUMAN.
DONE AND OUDEHKD at Miami.
Florida .this 15Ui day of February
A.D. 1968
E. H I.EATHEIUIAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
Hy: C. P. COPE1-AND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
BNOBL AND POI.I^ACK
1700 N.W. 7th Street
Miami, Florida
S/23 3/1-8-1B
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 68-2632
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
RICHARD Alfred FACCHIANO
Plaintiff
vs.
JOAN E FACCHIANO
11. f-iidaut
TO: JOAN E. FACCHIANO
ill09 Frankfort Avenue
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Ydl! are hereby notified that a com-
plain for Divorce has bea-n tiled auainst
y>u and vou are ra- copv a>f your Answer or pleading on
Plaintiffs attorney, Joseph H. Young,
475 Blltmore Way. coral Gable*, M"-
rida. anal fila- tha- original answer or
pieadiiiK in the office of tha- Clerk
of the above styled Court on or Wa-
fer. \prll 1. tl. In default of which
th.- Complui-nt will be taken as -on-
ressed against you.
DATBD this 26 day of February,
VMS
K. 11 I.EATHERMAN
Clerk of the CiroUlt Court
Dade County. Floriala
Hy:..S..H-F,E-mOs_]v:2
'jk a,I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HKHKIIY C.IVEN that
the undcrslgna-d. dcsirliiK to engage
In business under the fictitious name
f I.AKIT SA1.MS 1HIMPANY ul 1430
SW. X4th Court, Miami intends to
ister saial name with the Clerk of
Circuit Court of Dade County.
rida.
1.AIIRY HOtiNER, sola-owner
3/8-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C.IVEN that
Hi,- undersitrned, desiring to encage
in business under the fictitious name
of MR JIHaES OF MIAMI at 1244
N E. 2ml Aventt.-. Miami int. mis to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County.
""vALiADARBS FASHIONS. INC.
8/1-8-16-38 _
--------NOTICE 6f~APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Act* of 1941
File No. 67A669
NOTICE IS IIBRBIIY (5IVBN that
HEN HOSKIN hold.r of County TUJ
Hul.- Ca.rtlfi.-ate No. tMO issu.'d the
1st .las a.f June. AD l5, has filed
same In my office, ami has nia-l-
application for a tax de.-.l lobe issua .1
th.reon Said Certificate embraces lh<
followiiiB described Pfoperty in the
County of Dade. State of Florida, to-
W|feol 19 Hlni-k :. sunny Slope Park,
Plat Baiok 16 Page 11 In the County
of DUde, Slat.- of Florida-
The assessma-nt of said properp
under the said oarUflcate irubi the
name of: SARAH A BRADLJ3Y.
1'nless said rlifi.at. shall be re-
deemed i........ding to law. the pro
p.riv described herein will be OW
in the highest bidder at the ."ur'-
house door on the first Monda) In
month of April. 1H. which is
1st day of April. 1988.
bated this 27th day Of .-.brunts.
1968" E. It LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Clr.iilt Court.
Dade Ca.unty, Florida
Hy'P. F. QUUDSTRAND
Deputy Cl. rk
(Circuit Court Seal) .....
3, as-1J-. ---'
CIRCUIT COURT, ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, DADE
COUNTY.-FLORIDA
No. 68-2482
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
OS. Alt FINI.AYSON,
Plaintiff,
DEI/MIES FINUVVSON.
Defendant.
YOU. DE1X.RES FINI.AYSON. are
notified to -orve a copy of your
aii.-wcr to Divorce Complaint filed
against you on Plaintiff's attorney,
GEORGE NICHOLAS, 612 N.W. 12th
Ava-., Miami, Fla., and file original
with Clerk of this Court on or bo-
fa,re March 26, IS6S, a.iherssise com-
plaint will be confaiswd by you.
Dated Fa-bruary 15. 1968.
E. H l.EATHKRMAN, Clerk
Its: N. A. HEWETT
Deputy Clerk
_______I I 1-8-15
IN THE~CIRCUlf COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NO. 67-14413
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR DIVORCE
(AMENDED COMPLAINT
FOR DIVORCE)
OI.ADYS MERI.INO,
Plaintiff
vs
FRANK S. MEUIJNO.
Mfendant
TO: FRANK S. MERI.INO
1210 Wolf Stra-et
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
YOU, PRANK S MERI.INO. are
hereby notified that an Amended
, Complaint for Divorce has been filed
, against you. and you are raqutra>d to
serve a copy of your Answer or Pleud-
Ing to the Amciida-d Complaint for
Divorce on the Plaintiff's Attorney,
RONALD I* DAVIS. ESQ.. 417 BIs-
cayne Hulldlng. 1* W. Flaftler Street.
Miami, Florida 33130 Phone: S79-2I>.',1
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing hi the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 1st day
of April. 196. If you fall to do so.
Judgment hy default will he laken
ugiiinsl you for Ihe relia-f demanded
In the Amenda-d Complaint for Dlvorare.
This Notice shall be published once
each week for four cons.-a-utlve weeks
in THE JEWISH FIJIHIDIA.V.
DONE AND ORDERED, at Miami,
Florida, this 2th day aif February,
MSJJ
E R I.EATHERMAN,
cierk. Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
Hy: 6. P. COPKI.AND
Deputy Cl.-rk
(Circuit Court Seal)
3/1-8-15-22
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77339
In RE. Estate of
\ ESIIJB BOROCHAK
Dccea-asl
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor's and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Batata: .
Yam are herehv notified and re-
quired to preaent any claims and >l<--
man.I- which you may have against
the estate of VB81IJB sohochak
iI.-.eased late of Dade County. Florida,
to the Collins Judges of IV.lde Cnuiity.
and file tha- sam.. in OupUoate Uhd as
provided In BecUon 788.16, Florida
Statuta-s .in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dude County, Florida,
within sis calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will he barred.
Paled at Miami. Florida, this 3rd
il.,v of January. A.D 1969.
ANNA BOROCHAK
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
tin- 1st day of March, i!'68.
RERNARD I.. JAFFE
Mti.rnev for EMaie ol
\ 'ESII.E SOiloaHAK
19 W Flagl. r Street
Miami. Florida
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 7782S-A
In RE: Estate of
MIKE CASSAT1.Y
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and re<|uired
ta> present any claims and demands
Which vou inav have against the
estate of MIKE cassati.y deceased
late Of Dade Count/, Florida, to tha.
county Judges of Dad.- County, and
file the same in duplicate anal as pro-
vi.le.l In Section 738.16. Fla.rlala
siaiut.s In their offices In the county
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
wiihin six calendar months from the
nine of the first publication hereof.
or the same svill he barred.
Dated at Miami. Floriala, this 15th
day of February, A.D. 1968.
JOSEPH CASSATI.Y
As Executor
First puhlientlnn of this nolice on
the 23 day of February. 19ii8.
Attorney for Ex.vniior
LEONARD I. NA1.ISH
1629 duPoiit lildg.. Miami. Fla 33131
2/23 3/1-8-15
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 68-2737
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
CONRAD TlUJMAH GUMP.
Plaintiff, '
JERRY (il'MP,
Defendant
TO: JERRY GUMP
Route No. 6
Clilllleailhe. Ohio
TOII, JERRY fIl'MP. are here) -
notified that a Hill of Complaint f.
Divorce has bean filed against Vou,
and you are required to serve a Copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Pill of Complaint on Ihe Plaintiff -
attorney, ENilEI. POI.I.ACK. 17'
N.W. Tih Street, .Miami. Florida, tel< -
ph.no- 378-0801 and file ihe original
Answer or Pla-ading in the offi 6 I I
the Clark aif the Circuit Court on i r
before ihe -'7 day ol March, inats. if
you fail to do so. judgment by defnu t
will ha- taken against sou for the re-
lief demanded in the Hill of Coir -
plaint
DONE AND ORDERED at Minn- .
Florida Ihis 21 das of February, 196'.
E. H. I.I'.ATHER.MAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dad.- County, Florida
Ily: K. M. I.YMAN
Deputy Clerk
ENGEI. AND Pol,LACK
Attorneys for the Plaintiff
1700 v W, "111 Street
Miami, Florida
2/23 3'1-8-13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 7763C-C
In RE: Estate of
HENRY ROSEN
Deceased
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO AM, PERSONS INTER B8TBD
IN THE ESTATE OK SAID DE-
CEDENT.
You are hereby notified that a
written Instrument purporting to he
'the last svill and testament aif said
decedaiit has been admitted to pro-
bate in saial Court. You are hereby
commandeal within six a*a)endnr months
from the date nf the first publia-atlnn
of this notice to appear In sjii.i Oourl
and show OBUse, if any yarn can. why
the action of said Court In admitting
said will to probate should not stand
unrevoked.
First publication of this notice on
the 23rd dav of Fa-bruary, 19'i8.
GEORGE T. CI.ARK
Countv Judge
By: MEI.HA C. DICK
Clerk
IRVING CYPEN LAW OFFICES
Attorney
82." Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Reach. Florida 33141
2 2.1 3 1-8-15
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 77620-C
In RE: Estate of
CLARENCE I. HARTllOl.DT
Deceaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Batate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
a-al to present any claims ali.l demands
which va.u mas- have ujralnal Ihe
estate of CI.AKKNCE L, HARTIH HUT
deceas.il late ,,f Dade Counly. Flo-
rida, to the County Judges of Dilda-
County, ami file Ihe sam. in duplicate
and as pra.vi.led in Section 7N.16,
Florida Siatuta s. in their offices in tha-
County courthouse in Dade County,
Floriala. within six ak-iidnr months
from the time or th.- first publication
hereof or tha- same will be barr.d.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 21
day of February, A. D. 1968.
As Administrator
Cum T. -.lament.) Annexo
First publlaailon aif this notice on
the 23rd alas- of February. 1968.
.MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Administrator
1111 Ainsley Huilding
Miami, Florida ,,S,1I.8.,5
th
the
n l-H-IS-22
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREHV GIVEN thai
the undersiKned, desiring to engage
In buslne-as under llw fictitious name
a,I PRECISION MACHINING at 8738
B.W. 27th \s.ui-. Miami, Plorlus In-
tends In register said name with Ihe
CVrfc of Mi -ir. uii Court of Dade
Counts. Florida,
WTIH i\'V i: PALI.
:,:, s \\. 27ih Avenue
Miami. Florida
linl.PM \\ OOLDSTEIN
A PAi'/.iKi:
Attorneys for Registrant
"(fii West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida 88186 .. ,..,,.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBREUY GIVEN thi t
Ihc inialerslgned. desiring to a-ngat..
in business unda-r tha- fioUtlOUS nam-
of 1/HIHER REALTY ASSOCIATES
at HH'.s c.arland Avenue, Surfsld.
Florida Inland to register said nam-
with the Clerk of the Circuit Coutc
of Dad.- County, Florida.
HENRIETTA 1 ORDER
EZRA I .ORDER
JOYCE SCIICLMAN
.II'DY GOLDRICH
PEAIU, HERGSTE1N
SAM1EL (1RBENRERG
RICHARD NELSON
Attorney for
1/iRREK IIB.M.TV ASSOCIATES
878-16-88
IN THE CIRCUIT COUHT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
No. 68-3442
WILLIAM JA11IIA,
Plaintiff,
vs
NIDI A PEI.AEZ JARHA.
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: N1DIA PEI.ABZ JAI1BA
Residence Unknown
c/o Arthur 11. Cnlwin, Esq.
113 Wast 42nd 81reel
N.-w York, Nesv York 10M6
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
that a Divorce Complaint has ba-.-i
fila-d against you. and you nre here-
by reOjttlrad to serve a copy of you-
answer thereto ,,n Plaintiff's afiornev
wliosc address is Suite il<" Coneori
Hullditig. liti West Flagler. .Miami
Florida 33130. and file Ihe origin:.
with Ihe Clerk of the above styl-o
Court on air before April 12 1968
otherwise a judgment may be enterea
against yaau fair the relief demand-.:
in the complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the
of -aid Court on 4 day of March.
E. "B. I.EATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By: mahgi'EIMte KENT
Deputy Clerk
/>/
OSCAR A. WHITE
Attorney for Plaintiff
Suit.- 111") Concord Building
Miami. Florida 33130
3 8-15-28
sea.
1968
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78148 B
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RE: Estate of
JACK ROTH.
Deceased.
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims air D.-mands
Against Sahl Batate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
whla-h you may have against the es-
tate of jack ROTH, deceaaed lnte of
Dade County, Florida, to the County
.ludg.-s of Da.le Counly. and file the
siima- in duplicate and as provide.! in
Section 733.16. Florida Statutes. In
their offices in the County Courthouse
in Hade Counly, Florida, ssithin six
calendar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, ss ill be barred.
Rated at Miami. Florida, this 1st
day of March, A.D. 1968.
LAWRENCE c PORTER
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
th, I .lay of March. 1968.
MYERS. KAPLAN & PORTER
Attorney for Administrator
1150 8 w, i-i Street
Miami, Florida 33130
3.1-8-15-22
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-3232
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARGARITA NOllO.
Plaintiff,
vs.
FERNANDO NOllO.
Defendant
TO: FERNANDO NORO
112 Thirty-fifth street
Onion City, Miiw Jersey
You. FERNANDO N'OHO. are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you, anal you are required to serve u
caipy of yamr Answer or Pla-ading to
ihe Bill of Camiplalnt on the Plaintiff's
attorney, BNGEL POU.ACK, BOO
N.W. 7th Street, Miami. Florida and
fila- the original Answer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 9th day a.f
April. 19i:8. If you fail to do so. Judg-
ment by default will be taken against
you for th. relief demanded In the
Rill of Complaint
This police shall he published one-
ilrll svaeK for four collSa?a-UtiVe weeks
In THE JEWISH FIX1RID1AN.
DONS AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 29th day of Fibrunry
A.D. 1968.
E It. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade Counly. Florida
By: K M I.YMAN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court 8a>al)
ENGEI. AND P'H.IJvCK
1700 N.W. "th Street.
Miami. Florida
Attorneys, for Plaintiff
3/8-15-22-29


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