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The Jewish Floridian
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Began in 1927?
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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~<3ewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 41 Number 12
Miami. Florida Friday. March 22. 1968
Two Sections Price 2Qc
Concern Grows Over Purge In Poland
Protests Are
Voiced By
Congressmen
NEW YORK (JTA) Sharp
protests were made this week by
Jewish leaders and congressmen
against the Polish Communist gov-
ernment's efforts to link student
unrest with a purported "Zionist"
plot to overthrow the government.
Congressional critics included
Edward J. Derwinski, an Illinois
Republican of Polish descent: Rep.
Seymour Halpern, New York Re-
publican, and Rep. Leonard Farb
stein, New York Democrat.
Rep. Derwinski expressed the
belief, in a Mouse speech, that the
Polish people would see through
"the shabby propaganda" of the
"Stalinism maintained by the Po-
lish puppet government that has
adapted itself to Moscow's anti-
Jewish and anti-Israel line."
He and Rep. Halpern noted the
ironic coincidence of the anti-
Semitic campaign and the coming
25th anniversary of the Warsaw
Ghetto uprising. Rep. Farbstcin
linked the Polish campaign to the
pogroms of the past in Poland.
The American Jewish Commit
tee. the American Jewish Congress,
the B'nai B'rith and the Jewish
Labor Committee were among or-
ganizations blasting the Polish
government.
Bert rand H. Cold, the Commit-
tee executive director, equated the
campaign with the "anti-Semitic
Stalinist purges" of the 1950s.
Dr. Joachim Prinz. chairman of
the Congress international affairs
committee, demanded that the Po-
lish government halt its "scurri-
lous and racist appeals to latent
anti-Semitism."
Dr. William A. Wexler, B'nai
B'rith president, accused the Po-
lish government of tactics similar
to those of Czarist Russia when
that regime "was confronted with
a popular upsurge for freedom and
democracy."

W. J. C. Denounces
Polish Campaign
LONDON Britain's
Communist party newspaper.
London Morning Star, pub-
lished this week the World
Jewish Congress statement,
issued in Geneva by Presi-
dent Nahum Goldmann, de-
nouncing the Communist Po-
lish government's campaign
to make Jews the scapegoats
for student protests in Po-
land The Star is the only
British newspaper freely cir-
culated in the Soviet Union
and Eastern European Com-
munist bloc countries
Calling the campaign "the
greatest calumny against the
small Jewish community of
20.1100 souls, the remnant of
three million citizens" mur-
dered by the Nazis." the
WJC statement said it was
"unthinkable" that the Po-
lish government would allow
Jews "to be exploited as a
scapegoat" for present in-
ternal problems and that it
had failed to "denounce this
attempt to revive the tradi-
tional anti Semitism of for-
mer reactionary forces in
Poland."
The statement said Jews
everywhere were deeply dis-
turbed because of the possi-
ble effects on Jews in Poland
and the "encouragement it
must give to anti-Semitic el-
ements in other countries."
Anti-Semitism Mounts
In Wake Of Student
Drives For Freedom
First School Founded
To Train 'Mohels'
By Special Report
NEW YORK The first formal
school in the United States for the
training of the practitioner of
ritual circumcision (mohel) was
opened here this week under the
sponsorship of the Brith Milah
RABBI If 0 JUNG
Beard and New York's Mount Sinai
I Hospital.
The school, to be known as the
Brith Milah School Conducted At
Mount Sinai Hospital, will use the
facilities of the hospital and will
cooperate with other hospitals.
Rabbi Leo Jung, president of
the Brith Milah Board, and Dr.
Martin R. Steinberg, director of
Mount Sinai Hospital, who an-
nounced details of the new institu-
tion, noted that until now. the
training of the mohel has been
achieved exclusively through the
apprenticeship system.
A two-year course of instruction
will be offered to be followed by
I year of internship.
The goal of the school is to pro-
vide students with a solid back-
ground in the religious and modi-
j cal aspects of ritual circumcision,
: and to develop practitioners train-
I ed in Jewish law and in accord-
i ance with the highest scientific
standards.
Ritual circumcision, as a basic
Continued on Page 8-A
LONDON (JTA) The Polish
| Communist regime, struggling
| against university student demon-
strations for greater freedom, this
week pushed a campaign to link
the student unrest to an "interna-
i tional Zionist conspiracy." The
' drive evoked student demands
that the government-controlled ra-
dio, television and press stop lying.
Eight thousand students packed
the auditorium of the Warsaw Po-
lytechnic School to demand that
the controlled media report the
"due version" of the mounting
protests. They loudly rejected
"official lies" that their protest
against Communist party controls
was "an effort by the Zionist
movement" to overthrow the gov-
ernment.
The student protests in several
Polish cities reflected the growing
ferment in the Communist world
for greater intellectual and cul-
tural freedoms. In Poland, the
government response yti to re-
vive latent anti-Semitism in one
of the most anti-Semitic countries
in Europe to stem the unrest.
Edward Gierek. the Communist
party leader for Silesia, spelled out
the anti-Zionist tactic in an ad-
dress to 100.000 persons in the
main square of Katowice.
A member of the ruling Polish
Politburo, he denied as "a bas-?
lie" that the party's policies were
anti-Semitic. He then proceeded :>
denounce the Jewish poet. Antoni.
Slonimski. saying he was one of
the Poles guilty of "pitting youth
against Poland, against the work-
ers."' He assailed Roman Zaifl
browski, a former Stalinist poli:
l.uro member, now in disgrace,
and Stefan Staszewski, a forme-
Stalinist party secretary for War
saw. Both are .lews. He said Zior
ists were responsible for Poland's
pasl economic troubles and im-
plied they might be to blame for
future difficulties.
The demand for "purging the
party, administration and univer-
sities of Zionists" heightened fears
among Polish Jews and liberals
that they would be eliminated as i
result of political maneuvering
within the party leadership.
The Jews and Liberals have bee:i
worried over the party's drive t)
! obtain full acceptance of the an:
Israel line announced soon af'.e
Continued on Page 13-A
6Gas Chamber' Slur
Touched Off Clash
TORONTO (JTA) Clarence
Campbell, president of the Na-
tional Hockey League, said this
week that he would go ahead with
on investigation of the clash be-
tueen I.any Zeidel, the only Jew-

ish player in the league, and a
member of the Boston Bruins here
last week which Zeidel said was
provoked by anti-Semitic slurs
from the Bruins.
One remark reportedly involved
SOCIOLOGIST VIEWS JEWISH PARENTS
Sees Children As 'Naches Machines'
DAYTON. Ohio (JTA) Amer-
ican Jewish parents tend to look
upon their children as "naches-
producing machines" to whom the
parents give the "best hours, wages
and fringe benefits" to keep them
pioduting, according to a leading
authority on the Jewish family in
20th-century United States.
- Df Marshall Sklare. a member
ol the faculty of Yeshiva Univer-
sity, made this, observation as a
Scholar-in Residence at Temple Is-
rael here. This arrangement, he
said, was part of a parent-child re-
lationship which differs greatly
from the general American pat-
tern.
There is no dividing line be-
tween the American Jewish parent
and child; the Jewish child is an
extension ol the parent and what
the child does or does not accom-
plish is because ol the parents and
the parents eventually come to
depend on the child for their
"naches" (satisfaction or gratifica-
tion). This is part of the reason.
Dr. Sklare remarked, why non-
Jews consider their Jewish neigh-
bors as "over-indulgent" parents.
Related to this is another signifi-
cant difference between the mod-
ern American parent and his Euro-
pean ancestors. The siie of the
American Jewish family is much
smaller. Specifically, he contend-
ed, "a Jewish family with two
children means that the parent
loves himself. He is interested in
having children only to bring hon-
or to himself."
The sociologist also asserted
that "Jews are in the vanguard of
the psychiatric industry, both as
producers and consumers." But
the psychiatrist's professional ob-
jectivity does not extend to his
role as father. At home, he follows
the special Jewish pattern of de-
pendence on his children for
"naches. "
Another contrast with the past
involves the role of the Jewish
mother as the central figure in the
family. She is portrayed as domi-
nant, strong, competent and man-
aging, in the Jewish ideology of
the European scene. The father is
the opposite, a "nebechel." weak.
In past Jewish middle and up-
per-class Jewish life, the father
was related to the "higher things"
of life, the spiritual. The Jewish
woman was related to life itself.
In the American Jewish communi-
ty, said Dr. Sklare. the Jewish
woman has taken on the male role
in the spiritual sphere as well.
a reference to the "gas chambers.
Campbell said that he felt the
investigation was necessary be-
cause the incident had brought a
"slur" against professional hockey.
Zeidel said this week he con
gidered the matter closed. He and
Eddie Shack of the Bruins were
given penalty suspensions after a
brawl in the Maple Leaf Gardens
during a Flyer-Bruin game.
Initially. Zeidel said he would
protest the four-game suspension
penalty he received. Shack was
given a three-game suspension.
Zeidel said after the incident
that he had gone out of his way
all season "to turn the other
cheek" but that the anti-Semitic
slurs had finally provoked him be-
yond control.
"When they say 'Jew boy' and
'You're next for the gas ovens.'
they're on sensitive grounds," Hie
19-year hockey veteran said, dis-
closing that his grandparents had
been murdered in Naxi deatt*
camps.
Declaring that "1 can't live With
myself listening to that abuse."
Zeidel reported that several Bruins
had taunted him during the gam?
last week but he emphasized thai"
Shack was not one of them. Ht?
Continued on Page 13-A


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Fridav, March 22. 1963
Paul Faske
Honored At
Paul Faske, retiring president
ol the YM-YWHA of Greater Mi-
ami, will be honored for his three
years of service at the Y's annual
meeting which will be an "April in
Miami Ball" Sunday evening.
April 7. in the main ball of the Y.
8500 SW 8th St.
Norton S. Pallot. vice president
of the Y and chairman of the Ball,
hailed Mr. Faske for his achieve-
ments during his term of office.
Joseph M. Lipton. past president
ot the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration, is honorary chairman of
the event.
Sam Seitlin. prominent Miami
insurance executive, has been
nominated to succeed Mr. Faske.
Also to be honored at the Ball
will be the members of the So-
ciety of Founders and Builders
who have made substantial con-
trfbtitioiu to the Y Development
Fund Campaign and the presidents
of the organisations within the Y
1 lame work.
l'lans for the coming year will
i' announced at the meeting which
will also include installation cere- .
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the board of directors.
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Policy Groupl SCA Calls For Action On Civil Disorders
Urges Direct
Negotiations
By Special Report
WASHINGTONAmerican Jew- ;
jsh leaders, meeting here in the j
ninth annual policy conference of !
the American Israel Public Affairs
Committee, urged world powers to
insist on direct negotiations to end
the Arab-Israel conflict.
The conference adopted a state-
ment of policy which urged the
I'.S. government to:
e Insist that the Arab govern-
ments negotiate a peace settlement
with Israel;
Provide arms to Israel to off-
set those which the Arab states
are acquiring (from the Soviet
Union) to attack her;
Provide economic aid to Is-
rael to facilitate her water desalt-
ing program;
Continue aid to Arab countries
which will be used to raise living
standards and to withhold aid used
to finance aggression;
Promote the resettlement of
Arab refugees in lands where there
In room and opportunity for them,
and to adopt measures for the or-
derly liquidation of the U.N. Relief
and Works Agency;
Resist Arab boycott practices.
By Special Report
I
NEW YORK In an unprece
j dented action, synagogues across
; the country were urged to make
j known to Congressmen "their en-
| dorscment of higher taxes, if nec-
' essary" to finance the implemen-
I tation of the recommendations that
j were made by the President's Na-
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; Civil Disorders.
The action was taken in a reso-
lution adopted unanimously by the
! general board of the Synagogue
Council of America, the national
coordinating agency for Con-
servative, Orthodox and Reform
Judaism.
The Synagogue Council resolu-
tion expressed unqualified endorse-
ment of the Commission's findings
and pledged the Council "to a con-
tinuing program of education and
social action to remove whatever
racism may exist in our com-
munities."
Rabbi Henry Siegman, executive
vice president of the Council, stat-
ed that his organization's board
has authorized a number of con-
crete steps to implement the res-
olution.
These steps include the Coun-
cil's financial and programmatic
participation in the newly-formed
Urban Coalition, a program of ed-
ucation and social action in sup-
port of legislative proposals made
by the President's Commission,
and an invitation to Protestant
and Catholic church bodies and
other interested organizations to
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The Council's statement also en-
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Volume 41
Friday. March 7.2. 1968
22 ADAR
Number 12
An Ugly Heritage
Still Stalks Poland
For those who had nurtured the
hope thai the lesson of the Nazi
holocaust had eifected some sort of
c chanqe in Poland's tradition of
cnti-Semitism, the events of the past
veek have proved to be c traqic
disillusionment.
For centuries, that East European
.-.ation periodically souqht to blame
:ts political and economic troubles on
tne Jews livinq within its chanqinq
borders.
Aside from the direct effect this
has had on Jewish life, the main
consequence of this pattern has been
the creation of a breedinq qround
for anti-Semitism that has qiven the
Poles the welleamed reputation of
violent biqotry that has plaqued
Generations of Polish Jews.
With the mass slauqhter of most
of the prewar Jewish population of
3,500,000 in Poland, one would have
expected that the remaininq tens of
thousands of Jews who found them-
selves under the postwar Communist
regime would have no further wor-
ries on this score.
Some of them managed to inteqrene mto
the new order of things and Jews were to be
found in some influentiai positions in public
life.
But last week, a semi-dormant hatred of
Jews again came out into the ooen, this time
under the not-so-subtle quise of "anti-Zionism."
The Communist reqime. struqqlinq to sup-
press a qrowinq demand for qreater liberty of
thouqht and expression by the nation's intellect-
uals and especially by its students, resorted
to the ways of the prewar Fascist reqimes and
put the blame on the Jews in an open appeal
to virulent anti-Semitism that has never been
far below the surface.
While Polish Interior Minister Moczar has
been denouncinq his country's Jews a* 'un-
|patriotic" ever since the outbreak of the Middle
East War last June, other Government or Govern-
mentinspired quarters have raised the cry of
."international Zionism" and have demanded
"exemplary punishment for the "Zionist in-
stigators'' of the recent student protests.
These are charges that sound perilously
close to slogans out of the 1930's on which
Adolf Hitler fueled his rise to power.
For Poles steeped in centuries of anti-Semi-
tism, the messaqe about "international Zionist
plots" are unmistakable in spite of Communist
Party leader disclaimers of anti-Semitism.
Experience has shown that such attempts by
governmental authorities to divert attention
irom their economic and political problems by
singling out Jews as scrapeqoats will not suc-
>eed in suppressinq a true desire for freedom.
In Poland, however, the traqic history of
reliqious hatred can and will be revived if the
Polish Government does not take immediate
action to repudiate these efforts that have, in
the past, taken a monstrous toll in Jewish lives.
If no such action is forthcominq. the few
thousand who survived the Nazi holocaust
will again find themselves the victims of Nazi-
type outrages and a repetition of one of the
blackest pages in human .listory will aqain
confront not only Poland but the entire world.
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V TH6 5A6rreu^
* mo sports world that attracted considerable
attention.
The incident was durinq a hockey aame
between the Toronto Flyers and the Boston
Bruins when Flyer veteran Larry Zeidel, the
only Jewirh player in the National Hockey
Leaque. was involved in a brawl with a mem-
ber of the other team.
Both plovers received suspsnsions because
of the brawl.
In view of the fact 'hat professional hoc''ev
is orobablv the rouqhest aame in the sports
world, clashes between oppo-inq players erf
not uncommon.
Z>idel was the tarat dnrna the qame o'.
anti-Semitic slurs bv several Bruin plovers.
What made this incident oaTtioilnrlv into1-'-
aWe was the fact t*-at the B^iin o'overs m-id'
reference to "qas chambers" in their taunts o*
Zeidel.
The fact that ZeicM's own a"*rirl~TreTits K'--11
been murdered in Nazi qas chambers nnr>* j
the incident all the more serious and the fiqbt,
ensued.
In and o--t of th-> c-o't-r- world. Jews have
learned to take anti-Semitic remarks more m
less in stride.
But no member of our qeneration or nnv !
subsequent aenerr';on. can be evn-ctod to
turn the other cheek when an anti-Semite re
sorts to reference to the qas chambers.
Those responsible for the vicious aH-c- ;
must be made to realize the aravitv of 'heV i
acts.
In Our Own Backyard
The danqer of latent anti-Semitism that can
come to the surface at any time with or with-
out provocation was brought home to us last
Week right in our own backyard in an incident
Council Of Jewish Women
Delegates from eiaht states are due to partici-
pate next week in the first southern district
convention of the National Council of Jewish
Women at the Americana Hotel.
Among the issues en the aaendrr of Ihi
conclave will be plans for new convnuuitv
services for youth, the aain-r and tie handi-
capped which has di=tinq'iish?d the orasniza-
tion for their efforts through manv decades.
In their home communities, the de!eqjt2
have plaved a maior role in settina uo and
maintaininq recreation and social cent3rs for
senior citizens, faci'it;es for the DhvnicaUy
handicapped and c'Mld nsvehiatric clinics a-
well as other proorams for children.
The forthcominq convention in Greater
Miami is slated to further dsve'oD and troaden
the sphere of interest of the National Council
which already includes s"ch d;vrs< f^'ds a
human rights, urban develooment. health ond
welfare, public education, immigration and
naturalization and Israel.
JOSEPH ALSO)
AL50P
A Dangerous Game
WASHINGTONIn the difficult
matter of tax increases, the real
heat on .he all-powerful chair-
man of the House Ways and
Means Committee comes from a
quarter that few persons suspect.
Rightly or wronglyand al-
most certainly wronglyWilbur
Mills began by setting his face
against tax increases at this time.
Chairman Mills has recked little
of the President talking about
fiscal responsibility." of the
leaden Ot the Treasury and
Federal Reserve warning of "in-
flation." and of the business lead-
ers saying all the same things.
But when danger to the dollar
is mentioned, a serious quicken-
ing of the chairman's pulse is
now visibly detectable.
This latter is becoming a more
and more serious subject. Last
week, sparked as usual by French-
planted rumors of a future change
in the S35 gold price, another
brisk run on gold began.
Momentarily, the pound ster-
ling fell slightly below its pegged
value. The dollar itself was under
heavy pressure. Active (and ex-
pensive) measures had to be tak-
en to restore order to the money
markets.
Fiscal Rfspt.sibil.fy
Repeatedly, moreover. Chair-
man Mills has been warned that
much worse may come later on.
unless the United States "demon-
strates fiscal responsibility by
passing the tax bill." His standard
reply has always been that it is
up to the President to demon-
strate fiscal responsibility by
cutting spending.
But that does not get around
the fact and Mills reluctantly
admits thisthat the tax bill has
acquired a near-dire symbolic
significance to the people in the
world and banking community
who worry about the dollar.
The news to this effect, con-
stantly relayed to Mills by
Secretary of the Treasury Henry
H. Fowler, at first tended to be
dismissed as scare-uu"f. But the
chairman, one of the two or three
ablest men in the whole Congress
is also a careful man. given to
checking the facts, and with
plenty of friends of his own in
the world's financial and banking
community.
All the great men of money
that Mills has consulted in New
York and overseas have bluntly
told him the same thing: the non-
passage of the tax bill will risk
and may even invite, the kind of
pressure on the dollar that would
break the international gold pool,
and would thereby break the gold
price. This could imaginably
happen this year.
Best Action
There are lots of other things
that need doing to put the dollar
beyond danger for the long pull.
But for the short pull, the best
single defensive action that can
be taken is to get a tax increase
through Congress. And since
Chairman Mills most emphati-
cally wants no trouble for the dol-
lar, and certainly does not want
to be blamed for such trouble,
.m_ am -. e
the foregoing far- v
exert powerful pressure on him.
Recently, therefore,
shown signs ot budging
former adamant positi-
publicly, and very sensiblj |
tha: a tax inertase would h.
absolutely essential if Vietnam
spending should riseas
most likely to do.
He has also begun, in private,
to say that more should be dona
to make his colleagues sc Ihl
importance of the dollar problem.
With all the facts and most of
the business community on their
side. Chairman Mills and the Ad-
ministration together could at
most certainly shove a ta\ in-
crease through this pigheaded and
shortsighted Congress. But with-
out Chairman Mills, the Adminis-
tration is powerless.
Main Danger
Meanwhile, it must be under-
stood that the main danger is not
a mere failure to defend gold's
official $35 price. The main
danger is the massive chain reac-
tion that such a failure would ail
off.
To begin with, the U.S. econ-
omy is simply too big, nowa-
days, to bring off a British-style
devaluation. In the British case,
an increase of the total devalua-
tion of the pound by one-tenth of
1 cent would have caused im-
mediate French devaluation of
the franc, which his monetary
advisers actually pressed upon
Gen. de Gaulle.
In the case of the gold price
being broken, all other major
currencies would be competi-
tively devalued, in parallel with
the dollar's devaluation. The con-
sequence would, in fact, be a:i
automatic worldwide monetary
game of beggar thy neighbor
Furthermore, such a game of bey-
gar-thy-neighbor would not end
with mere chaos in the money
markets.
It would spread outward, down*
ward and upward, into all the
activities of every trading nation
causing an acute world recessi
if not a serious world depression.
The amount of political and et
nomic damage that would then re-
sult is impossible to estimate .
almost too terrible to contem-
plate. Such are the stakes in Ihil
game.
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CJA Drive Tops $1,000,000 Mark
Greatei Miami's i!M>8 Combined
Jewish Appeal thli week paased
Ihe ^l.lXwi.CHM) mark, according to
Norton S. Pallot, general chair-
man of the drive
H* noted that well over half a
million dollars" also has been
raised to date lor the Israel Emer-
genc-v Fund here No specific tar-
get has been set for the 1EF di-
vision, which last year produced
som.- $3,135,000 immediately after
the Six-Day War began June 5.
Mort than 2,000 persons attended
a musical salute to Israel staged
in the Miami Beach Auditorium
this week by the Miami Beach
Community Singers, with Dr. Irv-
ing Lehrman as principal speaker.
The audience responded to an
appeal by the president of the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Associ-
' ation with checks and pledges to-
\ t.iling more than $5,000. Other
speakers included Mr. Pallot and
Miami Beach Mayor Jay Dermer.
Over the weekend, appeals were
made at Temple Menorah by Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz. at Temple
New UJA Films Are
Available At Federation
Two new motion pictures pro
duced by the United Jewish Appeal
and in the State of Israel, are now
available for showing by Jewish
oiganizations in Greater Miami
Without charge.
The lilms. "Target Peace." a
UJA production, and "Beit Shean"
a 12 minute newsreel on last
months heavy fighting between
Jordanian and Israeli armed forces
may be obtained from the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
On television this weekend, the
Larry King show will broadcast
interviews with Israel Labor Min-
ister Yigal Allon on WTVJ, Ch. 4's
news program, "News Weekend"
at 6 and 11 p.m. on both Saturday
and Sunday.
The interviews were taped while
Gen Allon was in Greater Miami
for the kickotf leadership dinner
of the Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund campaign.
Emanu-El by Dr. Lehrman. and at
the Sky Lake Synagogue by Rabbi
Jonah Caplan. The CJA-IEF bene-
fited by more than $45,000 in addi-
tional gifts pledged by congregants
at the three synagogues.
The congregational successes
followed a pattern for Friday night
pulpit appeals initiated this year
by Rabbi Max Lipschitz of Beth
Torah. chairman of the North
Dade CJA-IEF campaign.
Congregational drives in Tem-
j pie Beth Am and Temple Judea
also are in progress, with William
J. Baros and Richard Horwich
serving as their temple's chair-
men, respectively
Trades and industries chairman
| Daniel Neal Heller reported a se-
| lies of meetings and receptions is
I being held in the next several
weeks as the most intensive pe-
riod of the campaign is staged be-
tween now and Passover.
The high rise division, under
the leadership of Ben Essen, is
running follow-up solicitations in
those buildings which already have
held CJA-IEF meetings, and is set-
ting up new meetings for apart-
ment houses completed during the
past year.
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Delmonico Unit Is First
Under the leadership of Mrs. Ce-
lia Ackerman, the Senior Citizens
Club of the Delmonico Hotel has
contributed more than S2.500 to
the 1968 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund campaign.
The figure put the group in first
place in unofficial competition
among Miami Beach organizations
aiding the CJA-IEF campaign, ac-
cording to Sender Kaplan, former
Israel consul in Cuba, coordinating
the effort by more than 30 clubs.
Other units are striving to ex-
ceed the pattern set by the Del-
nionico's club, Mr. Kaplan assert-
ed, as both the South Shore and
the Cuban-Hebrew division- of the
joint campaign accelerate their
pace.
Jewish religious concep-
tions and practices influenced the
rise of Islam.
More than 200 persons attended a CJA-
IEF breakfast a; Skv Lake Gardens this
week as Dade County Mayor Chuck Hall
presented proc'nmaticn de iqnclir.q Morch
as CJA-IEF Month to lsadets of the North
Dade campaign. Shown (from left) ara
Harry Shuch and Jack Rosenberq, Cochairm-
men; Mayor Hall; Arthur S. Rosichan, ex-
ecutive director of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation; Charles Garlen, cochairmai;
and Col. Morris Gallen, chairman.
J. D. C. Official Will
Speak In ^North Dad<
Moses Le> ni director oi the
lint Distribution < i in
Riitnania, u ill sp ak a Noi Hi Dade
Count)' communitj Ide m el
m behalf ol the Combined Jewish
Appeal Israel Emergency Fund
ai 4 p.m. Sunday al Beth Torah
Congregation, according to Dr.
Max Lipschitz, rabbi of the host
synagogue and North Dad< chair-
man ol the CJA-IEF joint cam-
paign
The North Dade el fort this week
Free Loan Society
The Free Loan Society, sponsor-
ed by Merkos L'Inyonei Chinuch.
the educational arm of the Luba-
vitcher movement, has launched a
membership campaign to mark
the fifth anniversary of its found-
ing, it was announced by Rabbi
Abraham Korf? regional director.
Since its establishment, the Soci-
ety has extended loans totaling
more than $9,000 to needy per-
sons in the Greater Miami area.
PORTUGAL expelled all its Jews
in 1497, at which time .lews be
gan a mass migration to Turkey.
assed th (60,000 mark towards
I of $100,000 for th:' divi
'M. a kej unit oi the Greater
J) i\ e, il was announced by
Norton S. Pallot, LJA-IEF general
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a breakfast session this week at
Sky Lake Gardens, where Metro
Mayor Chuck Hall and Arthur S.
Rosichan, executive director of the
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welfare assistance to aged and
needy Jews in Rumania. He has
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EDWARD COHEN
Judge Friedman Circuit Court Candidate
.Indue Milton A. Friedman, for
ten years Municipal Judge for the
City of Miami, and its Senior Judge
for four of those years, has an-
A Very Rough Sport
Mnemonics is a tricky thing.
Last week I was attracted to
a headline on the sports page of
the Miami Herald which remind-
ed me of a gruesome joke in the
late '30s, before the martyrdom
of the six million became a
reality.
"Hitler," some one said, "is
killing all the Jews and bicycle
riders." And the kicker was,
"What's he got against bicycle
riders?"
The headline: "Anti-Semitic
Feeling Strong in NHL" was
placed over a short piece which
said that the president of the Na-
tional Hockey League is investi-
gating "charges launched by the
American Jewish Committee"
that a battle between Larry Zci-
dcl, the only Jewish player in the
hockey majors, and a Boston ri-
val was begun because of anti-
Semitic remarks by several Bos-
ton players during a game.
According to the story. Zeidcl
claimed to have been heckled
by the opposition about being
Jewish.
Without any more evidence
than that, the headline seemed a
little strong and the protest a
little strange for the size of the
incident in a sport which is no-
torious for its roughness in play
and, no doubt, the crudity of the
players who have always seemed
more the Neanderthal type than
most.
Sticks and stones may break
our bones (and both Zeidel and
Boston player Ed Shack required
stitches after their brawl), but
names have always been a part
of the game in the slant-headed
sports.
Of greater concern although
again it seems to be based on
slight evidence as this is written
Is the charge of anti-Semitism
in Poland as a result at the rr
cent student demonstrations.
only earlier assaults on them by
Polish. Russian and German so-
cialists who saw their revolution
in terms of national liberation.
In particular, Rosa Luxemburg
was so dedicated to an interna-
tional view that she very nearly
destroyed the party she had cre-
ated in Poland almost single
handed and, according to one
account, "drove the less reputable
elements into paroxysms of anti-
Semitic fury" (George Licht-
hcim). Apparently, the memory
of "dcr heure Rosa" still lingers
in post-Stalinist Poland.
Although it may seem wildly
irrational for the anti-Semites to
charge the Jews on the one hand
with being international bankers
and, on the other, with being in-
ternational revolutionaries, the
truth of the matter is that the
Jew is and has been both, and
that for most Jews narrow na-
tionalism has been unacceptable
as the way to a better life on
earth.
Whether we arc atheistic revo-
lutionaries who deny God, or
pious pillars of society, I have a
feeling all of us Jews carry the
burden in whichever direction we
go. For we are taught at an early
age about the Fatherhood of God
and the Brotherhood of Man and
many believe it enough to act it
out in their own ways.
And for hockey players. Com
munist.s. Fascists and the other
barbarians, this is too much to
bear.
JUDGt FRIEDMAN
nounced that be will be a candi-
date for the Circuit Court During
his servile, the court was awarded
plaques as the most outstanding
among 5,000 courts in the United
States and Canada for rehabilita-
Boyd To Serve As
Honorary Chairman
Of Smathers' Fete
tion of alcoholics.
Judge Friedman was invited by
the Bahamian government last No-
vember to help change its laws
affecting alcoholism and was one
ol 44 judges invited by President
Johnson to a conference with De
partment of Health, Education and
Welfare officials regarding the
courts and the treatment of alco-
holics.
A practicing attorney in Dade
County for 32 years. Judge Fried
man has been I nominee for out-
standing citizen of the county, was
a member of the Crime Control
Committee of the Dade County Bar
Association, and has been on the
Speaker's Bureau of the United
Fund of Dade County.
He was selected as the "Man of
Achievement" for 1968 by the
Shaken Lodge of B'nal B'rith of
Dade County. He is a past vice
president of Belh David Congrcga
tion, a national Youth Comfflis
sioner for six years, and is a past
president of Sholem Lodge of B'nai1
B'rith.
He is a member of the Florida
ol
Alan Boyd. U.S Secretary
Transportation, baa agreed
honorary chairman of fjti
\<
serve as
.linniT iii honor renr-
'Voices Of Brotherhood'
;:., -.- .. ,-nf i:ri!!lM'IWw..l
Children's Committee, past prest-
dent of the Coral Way Elementary
School "Daddies" Association, and
is past president of the National
Children's Cardiac Hospital. He
has also served as a trustee of the
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital and
has been active in numerous civic
and charitable organizations.
Judge Friedman, a resident of
Southwest Miami, is married to
the former Sylvia Stern and has
three children. Ronald. Kenneth,
and Judith.
First School Founded
To Train 'Mohcb'
Miami Area Delegates Attend Conclave
Of B'nai B'rith Women In Washington
Continued from Page 1 A
tenet of the Jewish tradition, ae
cording to Dr Jung, is to be per-
formed only by a in a hi'I who is an
obscrvrnt Jew. Its procedure has
been recognised by medical sci-
ence as prophylactic and promo
tive of health.
The faculty will include incr
who arc leaders in their respective
fields, including mohelim, physi-
cians on the Mount Sinai Hospital
staff, rabbis and scientists.
LOCAL AUTHORS will be on
band to discuss their works and
sign autographs at the Annual
Book Fair of the YMYWHA of
Greater Miami on Sundav. March
31st.
Four Greater Miami residents
are delegates to I he triennial con-
vention of B'nal B'rith Women
Opening Sunday in Washington.
DC.
Mrs. Lyndon I! Johnson ami
Vice President Hubert II 11nTil
phrcy are among the principal
speakers at the international meet-
ing.
The Miami area delegates are:
Mrs. Arthur Horwitz, 1141 NK
175th St.. fourth vice president of
B'nai B'rith Women District 5. en
compasslng six southeastern stales
and the District of Columbia; Mrs.
Newton llofstadter. 18800 NW 11th
Ct., a member of the District 5
executive committee; Mrs Zelda
Ahramson, 670 NE 175lh St., prcs
I ident of B'nai B'rith Women North
Dade Chapter; and Mrs. Arthur
Bassman, 9591 SW 52nd Ter.
Mr- Johnson will participate in
a Salute to Youth" session that
will focus on' B'nai B'rith's teen
aye and college youth programs.
TIRES!
B.E Goodrich
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crnt sturlenl rlrmoitftrations.
But there is justification, his-
torically, at least, for th fears
that deep-rooted Polish hostility
to tlie Jew in the da>s of the
Czars and right-wing govern-
menls is surfacing as the reac
tionafy Communist regimes of
Eastern Europe are beginning to
crack up.
The Jewish intellectual was a
major revolutionary force in
Eastern Europe from the late
1800's to World War II, and as
such was feared and hated by Uie
power structurc.
But. despite thfir influence In
the Socialist movement, and later
as leading Communists, many of
them were just as feared and
hated by their "comrades." pre
cisely because Uiej weir .lews.
Mm like Trotsky and rare
women like Rosa Luxemburg, at-
Cording to their biographers, had
the naive assumption that the
moral ami intellectual standards
of the Jewish intelligentsia were
natural also to the uneducated
proletarians they presumed to
lead.
When Stalin charged the Jew
ish leaders he purged with "cos
mopolitanism" be was echoing
serve aa honorary rhairman "f aLi
testimonial dinner Hi honor nm j
in U.S. Sen. George A. Smathcrs
at the Eontaincblcau Hotel April o\
Many other top Washinglon
names will attend. tCCMtUpfl '"
Bill Colson. general chairman for
the event, including the Secretary
of the Tj/easury. Henry II. Fowler,
and the new Secretary ol Defense.
Jlark Clifford.
Sen. Mike Mansfield. Montana
Democrat, majority leader of the
U.S. Senate, also informed the din-
ner committee that he will attend.
other of Ben. Smathers' cot
leagues wh have accepted invita
tions include Sen. Harrison A Wil-
liams, of New Jersey: Sen. Jen- J
nmu- Randolph, Ol West Virginia;
Sen. K Vance llartke. of Indiana: |
Sen. James ) Kastland, of Missis |
sippi; anil Sen. Robert C. Byrd. of
Vest Virginia
State officials also will join in
honoring Sen. Smathers for his '-.r>
years oi government service. The
entire Florida cabinet will serve
as honorary vice chairmen. Mr.
(.Olson stated.
The "v rrrnrnTn/-riwi. proffram, -m Iftalh chedulcd i"i
March II and postponed because
ol the education crisis, v ill be
held al '! D.m Wednesdaj in ihel
North .Miami Beach Auditorium,]
featuring the voice of HfiO highj
school students of this area.
Sales Manager
BIRNH BERKOW says:
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yet she can do more with one
touch than the "giants" with
all their armies of commercial
chefs. If that isn't super soup,
what is? Onion, Mushroom.
Tomato, Vegetable. Cabbage,
Potato, and New England Fish
Chowder. All super. All Kosher
for Passover.
rafi tn
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Pjtoffsfi ftcridicir
Friday, March 12, :%t

Program Benefits Cystic Fibrosis
The Greater Miami Alumnae Committee members for ,i
Association of Delta Phi Epsilon illcluded Mcsdames Ahi "
ur.ht-ld ts aniiua luncheon and .. _., _. '" Bla^
'fashion show Friday noon at the > I,onaW SH. Robert Bur,,, J
Carillon Hotel. The function ben- | chael Silow, Martin Galant. Melyrl
efited the National Foundation of : Aigenshtat. David Arnold ^4
Cystic Fibrotis. __________ ward Pactroff.
HER TOUCH
MAKES THE DIFFERENCE
Plan*: for thp nr.ninl dinner dance of the
Brandeis District, Zionist Organization of
Ameiica. 10 be held April 4 at the Deau-
ville Hotel, are discussed bv members of
the committee. Shown (from left) are: Max
Raskin, Abraham Grossman, Ezra Fine-
aold. Isidore R'flcin and Meyer Sieqal.
Standing are (from left) Herman Frank. Al-
bert Grossman, Clem Lipman and Ccntor
Saul Breeh.
Brandeis District To Hold Dinner-Dance On April 4
The Miami Beach Brandeis Dis-
trict oi the Zionist Organization of
America will hold its annual din-
ner dance on Thursday evening,
April 4. in the Nai Room of
the Deauville Hotel.
!".- .. Fine pr< .- lent of the
1 sti ha anil in ce : the ap-
pointment of Isidore Rifkin as
chairman of the event which will
also mark the district's celobra-
:''on of the 20th anniversary of the
5'ate of Israel
Ticket? for the dinner d
be obtained from any ol
mittee members of the H:
deis District as well as the South-
east Region office of ihe Zionist
Organization of America. 2200
Park Ave M ami Beach
JOHN MILTON, the great Eng-
lish poet, learned Hebrew because
he initially intended to become a
clergyman.
""EADLERS
QEFfLTE FISH
No one makes gefilte
fish so light and fluffy
. as Mrs. Ad Ier!
ey' d I 1 rent! nw -r:
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Condom iniwm
I nits Join In
CJA Campaign
More than 40 condominiums in
the South Shore urea have en-
rolled in the 1968 CJA-IEF cam
paign. according to Mayshie Fried-
berg and the Rev. Max Weiss,
eochairmen of the recently formed
division.
Among the building? whose res-
idents already have held meetings
.and collected funds for the joint
drive are the Jefferson. Twin Tow-
ers. Terrace East and Equality
MAYSMt fRItDBlKC
House Condominiums, the Arcadia
and Penn Eleven Cooperatives and
a few smaller apartment houses.
Mr. Friedberg and Mr. Weiss
urged additional condominiums in
the fast-growing Miami Beach sec-
tion to organize now for the an-
nual campaign.
Sender Kaplan, former Israeli
consul in Cuba, is coordinator of
the division.
Mr. Friedberg. long a leader in
the Combinedl Jewish Appeal, was
praised this week by Leon Kaplan,
president of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, "for his un-
tiring efforts and leadership in
establishing this new and impor-
tant division."
David Pinski Club
The David Pinski Club will hold
its literarv and musical program
at 8 p in. Friday, at 832 Washing-
ton Ave.. Miami Beach. Michl Gib-
son has prepared a dramatic pro-
gram: the subject of L. Lasavin's
t;ilk is Peretz Hirshbein, famous
Yiddish novelist and playwright.
Esther Weinstein. soprano, will
offer Yiddish and Hebrew songs
and Ben Yomen will conduct the
communal singing.
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Bagels... and Good Coffee
No taste in the world satisfies like a bakery fresh
bagel... and a cheering cup of Maxwell House
coffee. Both are constant, unchanging and match-
less in the joy they giveeach in its own, a tradi-
tional favorite in Jewish homes.
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+Jenist fhridRaun
Paqe 1I-A
60V. OTTO KCKNf*
Illinois Governor Otto Kerner Will
Dedicate J.H.A.'s Ruby Auditorium
Gov. Otlo Kerner of Illinois. Gardens facility at 151 NE 52nd
chairman of the President's Na- St.
tional Advisory Commission to
Study Civil Disorders, will be the The f'rci"lar Ruby Auditorium is
principal speaker at the 22nd An ,)oin Presented to Douglas Car
nual Meeting of the Jewish Homo llt'ns b>' Ml" aml MM- Samuel D.
for the Aged. Sunday afternoon, Ru,)> of Chicago and Miami Beach
April 7. in memory of their parents.
Miami Beach attorney Leo Rose. Vlr K,lll>- 73-year-old president
Jr., who is president of the JHA, 0| ,ht' Rubv CorP-i nas made a
announced that Gov. Kerner will li,l'j contribution in advance of
dedicate the new $200,000 Ruby -WMWO to cover the cost of the
Auditorium located in the south- All<,,,oi" and his close friends
east corner of the Home's Douglas ,,ax(' contributed towards the bal-
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Temple Menorah Banquet To Close
Eighteenth Anniversary Celebrations
He is a member of the Board
Oi the JHA in Miami.
Col. Jacob Arvey of Miami
Beach, is honorary vice president
oi the home.
DUMAS
MILNER
March Only
CHEVROLET
4181 S.W. 8th ST.
Phone 444-3566
T-Tiple Menorah will hold its
annual Celebration Banquet at the
Kdc Roc Hotel Sunday evening.
March 31. according to Leonard
[tost president.
1 banquet, representing the
, .,., of the Temple's 18th Anni-
versary celebrations, will honor
vetc .in and new members who
have made possible the successful
ling o( the mortgage burning
campaign.
Th< Temple's Children's Choir
will be presented in a specially
nritten cantata entitled "We Lift
our Voice in Prayer." The Choir
\ as : repared by Cantor Nico Feld
TEMPLE BETH AM
FORUM
MONDAY, APRIL 1st
8:30 P.M.
DR. HAMGINOTT
Child Psychologist
Author of
BETWEEN PARENT
AND CHILD"
Recently Interviewed
on National TV Shows

Tickets 666-2536
TEMPLE BETH AM
5950 N. Kendall Drive
(S.W. 88th Street)
Gc South on U.S. 1 or on
Pa:-.erto Expressway to N.
Kendall Drive then East to
Ter-.ple.
man and Itonald Heller, principal
of Temple Menorah's Religious
School.
Receiving the Temple's mort-
gage burning awards will be: Mr.
and Mrs. Isidore Drell. Leonard
Rosen, Robert Sicgel. Joseph
Mansbach. Max Krauss. Joseph
Rubin. Harry Knight. Charles Som-
mer, Sam Schitfman. Ben War-
shauer. Sam Harris. Irwin Zucker-
inan. Morris Black.
Joseph Bregman. Morris C. Ber-
ber. A. Max Axelrod, Sam Leifman.
Max C. Priedberg, A. I. Islander.
i Uberto Orvieto, Jack Tatelman,
[Joseph Denmark. Nathan Askow.
[Joseph SaSSOOn, Abe Appel. Email-
] ael Lcbowitz, David Carter. Jack
j Burstem. .Nathan Roth. Sam Ma-
| low, Jack Fopick, Max Krieger,
Myer Harris, Morris Crist. Aaron
Harris, Dave Alper,
1. Wally Sig.il. Sam Fuchs. J.M.
Lande. Sam B. Miller. Abe Scle-
colf. Sol Bragar. David Wolowitz,
Kmanuel Silverstcin, Joseph Wald-
horn. Oscar Hecker. Joseph Josel-
son. Louis Wertlieb. Capel Aschcr.
Sanford Jacobson. Isidor Wcin-
stein. Max Zausner, Abe Towbin.
Jacob (ilushakow.
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Greenfield,
i Sigmund Klein. Louis DeCoveny,
', Irving Billig. Otto Diamond. Mey-
er Kaplan. Aaron Berger. Mrs. Rae
Brandwen. Maurice Weil, and Riv-
< erside Chapel.
Cantor Gelb at Waldman's
Cantor Victor Celb has been en-
gaged by the Waldman's Family
Hotels to officiate during the com-
ing Passover holidays.
Cantor Gelb has appeared on
television and radio, and has won
, many honors, not only for his sing-
ing, but for his original composi-
tions.
Waldman's Hotel is located at
i 43rd Street on the ocean, Miami
: Beach.
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Judge Snowden To
Try For Reelection
Judge Charles H. Snowden an-
nounced his candidacy for reelec-
tion as Justice of the Peace, Dis-
trict No. 1.
Judge Snowden served as a
judge for the City of Miami and
the Metro Courts for almost ten
years. He was a judge of the Metro
Court from its inception and later
sat as senior judge. He was elected
fifteen months ago in a special
election to fill the unexpired term
ol the Justice ol the Peace Court.
District No 1 is one of the larg-
est in the country In 1967. 16.4ti4
cases were heard.
Judge Snowden has lived in
Dade County most of his forty-five
years. He graduated from Miami
Edison High and attended the Uni-
versity of Tennessee and Univer-
sity of Miami, receiving his law
degree from the latter.
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MIAMI BEACH FEDERAL
has funds for qualified borrowers
for residential & commercial building
and land development loans.
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e APARTMENT BUILDINGS
e HOTELS e MOTELS
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+Jew/sl> far id for
Friday, March 22
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Bluprint For Holiness
*y RABBI ROBERT FRAZIN
Southeast Regional Director,
Union of
American Hebrew Cor.-jregations
The Torah portion for this Sab-
bath, Vayakhel, beginning in the
wisdom and understanding, to
know how to work ail the work for
the service of the sanctuary
It is within the context ol these
words that not only is it the wise-
expressions while being clothed in
20th century garb."
What our young people seem to
forget is that prayer is more than
meditation or a mere verbaliza-
tion of our hopes and dreams.
Prayer demands action if it is to
be considered worthwhile.
We hear our youth constantly
crying out against the inequities
of our society. Their cries are
Temple Her Tamid Banquet Sunday
Will Mark Payment Of The Mortgage
odus, relates to
the reader the
actual construc-
tion of the sanc-
tuary by the
Children of Is-
rael in their
-~~.w. tuai i,ut vuij 3 ai uic wise- "* "* wiKt/. ijic-ii cnoa axe
hearted that constructs the physi- j justified, but what have they done
1 about them? It is with a complete
understanding of the meaning and
wisdom of prayer that they can
cal edifice of prayer, but it is the
35th Chapter of on* ""ed with wisdom that brings
the Book of Ex- n's spiritual being into the walls of
God's house.
More than the
mere mention
of a Divine
Rabbi fmim command is set
forth in our
Biblical text. Every detail of the
"Blueprint for Holiness" is de-
scribed and executed faithfully
and lovingly.
The workmanship of Bezalel and
.Oholiab is set forth as an expres-
sion of the heart, a heart filled
with wisdom.
Wisdom of the heart is the key-
to the aesthetic beauty manifest in
the sanctuary of God, as the text
states: "And Bezalel and Oholiab
shall work, and every wise-hearted
man. in whom the Lord hath put
How does one come to the mo-
ment of prayer? In my travels i
throughout the states of Florida. I
Georgia. Alabama. South Carolina
and eastern Tennessee, I have had
numerous discussions with Jewish '
E^dSSf.iJS'"^ andronT s,udents'
about the meaning of prayer in !
their lives.
act out their ideas and ideals for
the world in which we live.
Voter Registration
Is Now Open At
Six Locations
Temple Ner Tamid this weeK
paid oft a S275.G0O mortgage, pro-
viding the 10-year jld Miami Beach
synagogue with a debt-free physi-
cal plant valued a: more than
Sl.000.000. according to Charles
Goldstein, president.
The congregation will hold mort-
gage burning ceremonies Sunday-
evening during a banquet at the
Deauville Hotel honoring Era Ro-
senfeld and Mrs. Carlton Blake.
In its first decade. Temple Ner
Tamid has grown from a small
founding group to 500 families,
with a plant consisting of a sanc-
tuary, auditorium, library, chapel,
youth lounge and 12 classroom;.
Chairman of the mortgage re-
demption committee is [sidor Dee-
mar, with past president Murray
A. Shaw as cochairman.
The question is often asked, ; Metro Dade County residents
"How does one pray?" We find to- wishing to register to vote can do
day that many of our young people \ so through April 6 at six locations riinn!r m ,ce,ermonie5cfor lh"
have found svnthetir" mn< t throughout th ar* ?,nner Ml11 be Irvme SP*- a
CJMftlfS GOIDSWN
have found "synthetic" means to
stimulate a profound spiritual ex-
perience because they find they
are able to create a more meaning-
ful prayer-filled atmosphere than
is prepared for them in the con-
fines of the sanctuary.
Those with whom I have spoken
have told me that they have found
worship in our temples and syna-
gogues to be quite "antiquated"
throughout the area.
According to county elections
supervisor Martin Braterman, the
offices will be open Mondays.
Wednesdays. Fridays and Satur-
days. 9 a.m.-5 p.m., and Tuesdays
and Thursdays. 9 a.m.-9 p.m.
The six locations are the main
office In the Metro Justice Blria..
1351 NW 12th St.; Hialeah City
Hall. 501 Palm Ave.: North Miami
former Florida governor of Opti-
mist International and past presi-
dent of the North Shore Lodge of
B'nal B'rith.
BABYLONIA probably had the
majority of Jews in the world in
the 7th and 8th centuries.
'Y" Friendship Club
A "Get Acquainted" meeting f<
Junior High boys and girls
ested in joining a Friendship Chi
at the YMHA will be held Sunday
at 10 a.m. at the Central Y\ 850-
SW 8th St.
because, as they state, "our forms City Hall, 776 NE 125th St.; North
of prayer are outmoded and lead
nowhere." They "cannot waste
their time praying ancient archaic
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iKabbinical *J cU
.

evision
V.
roqrantg
Mar. 24Ch. 10, 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour.
Host: Rabbi Samuel Jaifc, Tempi*-. Beth El. Holly-
wood
Mar. 24Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Alfred Waxman, Temple Zion.
Topic: The Jewish Concept of Man.
Guest: Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Beth El Congrega-
tion.
Mar. 26Ch. 2, 9:30-10:30 p.m. Man to Man.
Topic: Current Issues
Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Pierce.
Participants: Rabbi Max A Lipschitz. Beth Torah
Congregation. North Miami Beach; Rev. Albert
R. Schmidt. Grace Lutheran Church of Miami
Springs; and Father R. Gracida.
Miami Beach City Hall. 17001 NE
19th Ave.: Miami Beach City Hall.
1130 Washington Ave.; and Coral
Gables City Hall. 401 Biltmore
Way.
Additional information may be
^obtained by calling the Elections
1 Division office, 377-7501.
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Vayakhel
Memorial Service For
Maurice Zaretsky
A memorial service will be held
at Temple Beth Raphael. 1545 Jef-
ferson Ave.. Miami Beach, on Sun-
day for the late Maurice Zaretsky.
who lived in Miami Beach for the
last 22 years.
Mr. Zaretsky. a prominent at-
torney, was a Zionist leader. He
I !. .-.4.
I was among the organizers of Tern
MtBMaMw pie Ner Tamid.
The people bring a profusion of gifts for the tabernacle
until they are told to cease
"And they came, both men and women, as manv as were
willing-hearted, and brought ... all jewels of gold" cExod. 33.22).
VAYAKHELMoses gathered the people together and in-
structed them in the holiness of the Sabbath. He also instructed
them in how to build the Tabernacle and its vessels.
Bezalel and Oholiab headed the skilled craftsmen working
on the Tabernacle The people save liberajlv toward the sane
tuaryso liberally, in fact, that it was necessarv to ask them to
stop.
Once again, the details of the Tabernacle and its vessel-
are given, at the end of this portion.
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is extracted
VI based upon "The Graphic History of rho Jewish Heritage,"
dited by P. WeUman-Tsamir. $15. Publisher is ShonooM. and the
volume is available at 27 William St.. Now York 5. N.Y. President
Of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schl.ng.

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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.
Friday 8:3" p.m Sermon: "Viet N'am
- a Reappraisal." Saturday 11:18 am
Bar Mitzvah: Gary, win or Mr. and
Mr*. Arthur Jacowitz; Allan, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert .Mini/.
SB
r^eliaioMS <3<
]ersncQS
Orazln. Cantor Nathan Parnata.
MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE 3737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional Cantor
Louu Cohan.
Friday :,:3" p.m. and UU p.m. .Ser-
------m------ rmon: "The Greatness of A Nation."
BBTH DAVID. 22 SW 3rd Ave. I Saturday 8:4". am
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau, i -----------
Cantor William W. Lipson. OR OLOM (TEMPLE). Conservative
KYIday 5:50 and 8:13 p.m. Sermon: | 8755 SW 16th St. Miami. Rabbi
The Obituary of MarriageA Re- ; Ralph Z. Glixman. Cantor Benjamin
aotion." Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: | Ben Ari.
'The Torah Lesson." Bar Mitzvah: | ------a
BETH TORAH. 164th St and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitx. Cantor Jacob Renter
Friday 5:15 p.m. and 1:16 p.m. Bas
Mitzvah: Wendy, daughter of Mr ., .t
Mrs. Sidney Halm Saturday v:..
a.m. Bar Mitzvah: David (on of Mr
and Mr-. Eli Breger: Jeffrey, -
Mr. and Mr.- Myron Corak.
EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrews Au
Reform. Rabbi Richard M. LovitSR
Cantor Jerome Klement.
.... ....si, i,i-ai?'>ii. wi Diil.tiiii,
Wan. win of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gal-
mt. Mineha 5:50 p.m.
---------
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Avenue.
Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Friday 6:15 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: "The Law Strengthens." Class
5:30 p.m. Mineha 6 p.m.
BETH KOOESH 1101 _
Modem Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickaon.
*''riday 8:1S. jj. m Quest speaker. State's
Attorney Kit-hard E. Gerstein, will
liscau* -'The Crime Wave in Our
Midst." Bills rd Sedon will host Ones
-ihabliat nf nor,
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. Car tor Albert Glantz
Friday 8 p.m. Bos Mitzvah- Karen,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lntvs Fine
Saturday S:4.1 a.m. Bar Mltavah Brie,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Cat*
Shalos Seudns 5 p.m. Mineha ti p.m.
o------
SW 12tn Ave. TIFERETH JACOB (TEMPLE). 951 E.
4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Right
10 Assemble." Saturday 1:45 a.m.
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler
Friday r, p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Sermon-
..How !> Inu Face a Crisis? A
Message for Our Time." Saturdav i
a.m. Sermon: The Weekly Portion
Bar Mitzvah: Richard, son of .Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Kramer: Sheree Jay. i ,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Myer Silver.: Mr* Burto" Strait
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi David Rosenfeld Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaunv
Friday s,:ij .m jjermor.- "Oeanllnatjj)
Next t.i Godliness." Saturday 8:43 a.m.
Bar MUzvaJj:MaSvld, wjp of* Mr and
HALLANDALE
HALLANOALE JEWISH CENTER
1M E. Hallandale Beach BlvJ
man.
HOLLYWOOD
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander s.
Gross.
S'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Charles M. Ru-
bel. Cantor Jack Lerner.
Knapp
: -onnr of Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Savtvrday 8:45 a.m. Sermon.
h
The Art offurlfying." Portion of of
ms* ap~pmm s"rmnn: "Puri-; sa* :?.,
Murra; Mantell.
stlon. 5:45 p.m
ZION (TEMPLE) 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
Friday 8:15 p.m.. Sermon: "The Lows
Purification." Saturday 9 a.m. Bar
JAcw SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Avs.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Self. -----*------
MENORAM (tcmdi en t~ ,.,. .. "5V LAKB SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
Is???*?HS&S&mSLS: I JEMS* rtttoaoH *">" Jon*h E
SINAI (TEMPLE). OF NORTH DADE
Temporary office. 18801 NE 22nd
Ave. Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kinoeley
Friday 1:18 p.m. at Washington p ier-
al Auditorium. 699 N.E 187th St.
Sermmv: "Old Morality or New Mor-
alitySex is Here to Stay." Onaa
Shabbat following se-vi,-- Saturday
11 a.m.
ETH EL (TEMPLE). S. 14th Av.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe
rn.iay i:ts p.m. Sermon.: -Eli. EJi-
t- ^"ui Music of our People" t.
honor'Of Jewish Musi. MoDlb.) Satu--
Oaj 11 am. Bar Mitzvah: Richard,
>n Ol Mr. and Mrs Harold We.-t
---------
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE). 17:i
Monroe St. Conservative. RaBD
Morton Malavaky. Canter P-
Lutman.
BETH SOLOMON. 50 NW 51at Place.
Conservative.
Friday 6:20 p.m and 8:16 p.m Onag
Shabbat sponnoreil by Mr and Mrs
*ten Jones in honor of birthdays of
-raiidilauKhiey'" Madelyn and "li.
Saturday 9 a fh. Mineha 5:30 p.m.
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISREL, 7801 Ca.iyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
ETH ISRAEL.
Orthodox. Rabbi
770 40th Street,
Berel Wein.
witz. Cantor Nico Feldman.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Ser-
mon: Portion of the Law.
NER TAMIO (TEMPLE). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi.
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
---------
OHIV SHALOM, 7011 Bonita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man.
Saturday 8:30 am Sermon: "Th
Month of Nissan.- Bible Claaa i p.m
Mineha ;:!" p m.
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson Sr
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiri
Cantor Yehwdah Heilbraun.
MIRAMAR
Prida> B p.m. a.il 8:ir. pm Sermon:
"The Great Debate ar. i Public Senti- ,
ment i.-.inoludinit i ):.^ Shibbat of I
hosted by Mrs P.,,-e N'udel-
man. Saturday 9 a.m Sermon- -Th-
Flrst Month of the Year" Mineha S
p.m
YOUNG ISRAEL OF CREATER Ml.
AMI. 90 NE ,Mat St. Orthodox.
Rabb< Naftali Porush
,S5A6L (TEMPLE). 3500 SW Set"
Way. Conservative. Rabbi If*'
Cutler.
POMPANO BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 132 SW 11th
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Morris
'-'ric'.in I", p.m Saturdaj im A Skop. Cantor Leon Segal.
moh: "Lets Not Stand On Ceremoin Fridaj 8:15 p.m Sermon: "Birthda-y
Miitehn 6:15 pctn, foiloiv-,i t.v m ,;,. ue Jewish PeopleChosen pr
Seudos --iiik Saturdaa 9 a m
BETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conaervative. Rabbi Simon April. BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
'rlday 8:16 p.m Mizrachi Sabhath
iueat speaker. Mrs Simon April,
'president Aviva Chapter. Mizrachi
tVomen. Oneg Shabbnt following ser-
vice. Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon: Portion
f the Week.
B'NAI SHOLOM (Temple). 275 NW : BETH SHOLOM '(TEMPLE). 4144
19tth Street. Conservative. Rabbi Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Abraham M. Cassel. Kronish. Cantor Oavid Conviaer.
------O------ Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "While Six
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamches-
I I------e------
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1S4S
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
4144
>n
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias.
Friday .',
Sermon
Example.
CORAL GABLES
' p.m. Saturday 8:Rrt a.m.
I-eaders Must Set the
JUDEA (TEMPLE). 5500 Granda Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper
! Frld.iv vir, p.m
ISRAEL (TEMPLE). OF GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform
Rabbi Joseph R Narot.
'riday 8:15 p.m. Sermon. Babbl Steven
H. Jaeoba, assistant rabbi, will discuss
'The Oraduate."
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
Million Died." Saturday 10:43 a.m.
BETH TPILAH. 3S Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencveaig.
YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
1542.44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A.
Ben-Hillel.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
1AELITE CENTER. 3175 SW Z5th ------#------
t. Conservative Rabbi Avrom L. EMANU-BL (TKMPTEy. 17*1 Vv*ash-
AOATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE).
Conservative, 1025 NE 183rd. St.,
Miami Gardens Rd. Rabbi Milten
Schlinsky. Cantor Harry Starling.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Abllitv
to Understand. Bas Mitzvah: Jilt.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bel-
off. Saturday 8:45 a.m.
ZAMORA (TEMPLE). 44 Zamor. av
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Bergsr
Friday 3:ir, p.m. tiuest speaker. All.s-
lee R. Ferdle. "Personal Adventures
In Israel." Saturday 8:45 am Ser-
mon: Scriptural Lesson.
FT. LAUOERDALE
ETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 47 E.
OaMand Park Blvd. Rabbi Philip
Chaiton. Cantor Theodore Mindich
Friday 8:1.-. p.m. Guest rabbi. Rabbi
i^rald Kaplan. Oneg Sbabbat sponsor-
Kl ^ ?" "i Hn- *4*>* Rogoff In
fti>nor of chfldrens btothdays. Satur-
day 8 a.m followed by klddush
SURFSIOE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
Surfside Community Center. 930:
Collins Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac
O. Vine.
Friday 6:IS p.m. Saturday t a.m. I
1
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
22 ADAR 6:13


March 22. 1963
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6Gas Chamber* Slur
Touched Off Clash
THIS LAND OF ISRAEL
By ANDREI SEDYCH
People travel for many rea-
son*. They fhirst to see places
hey've dreamt about all their
;:ve> They long to visit treasures.
a know other people, or simpiy
- i touch ?. clifierent world. Most
travelers 'o Israel are motivated
by emotional lies. This was true
:Dr AndVel Sedych.
In This Land of Israel, by And-
re: Sedych, Trans, by Elizabeth
Rt> nolds Hapgood (The Macinil-
jan (.">> S5.95C the author recalls
Seder in his father's house in
,i wh.en he was a boy. He
- : me nbew his thoughts when
his father spo'cc the words.
Next year in Jerusalem." As
:;h so many others. Jerusalem
: _a:i to seem like another home.
It must be a wondrous place
:nis. Jerusalem," the young
Sedych thought. "That great land
. Palestine must be the largest
country in the world."
The Seder services in his
father's house soon ended and
the Russian Revolution drove the
author from his native country
forever.
He says it took Hitler and the
martyrdom of six million Jews
:o make him acutely aware that
he belonged to the Jewish people.
And so. eighteen years after
Israel was founded. Sedych decid-
ed to "rid myself of a feeling of
-tiilt toward my past and my
v-tople" and travel to Israel.
The result is a concise, warm
account of his impressions. In
dear, narrative style we see both
side* of the time coin. Biblical
history i9 fused with modern life
as we travel the 280 miles trom
North to South.
From Haifa to Eilat we know
:he deserts, fertile valleys and
.ong roads that are dear to the
hearts of Christians and Jews
ilike. Along the way the trip is
punctuated with humorous anec-
dotes.
In Tel Aviv we meet Ben-
Gurion's brother who operates a
kiosk where sodas and nuts are
sold When people ask him why
he sells soda when he has such
iamous brother, he delights in
telling them. Don't pay atten-
tion to what people say. Back in
Pionsk everyone thought I was
the bright-one, not my brother."
The reader understands better
tne significance of the kibbutz.
:he importance of education and
:he scattered backgrounds of
these people we call Israelis.
Whatever is lacking in descrip-
tive detail is partly compensated
for by picture s
with the text
usefully fused
Because of the simplicity of
language, the book make- One
travel reading .or anyone plan-
ring a trip tc Israel. To read it
is to feel :.-. oi contact and
concern witli the pa>t. present
and future of this tiny-big na-
tion.
Continued From Page 1-A
=aid ho had been told by some
former Bruin players that a num-
i?er ol Bruin players were "out to
get him."
In earlier incidents, he man-
L'Chaim B.B. Unit
To Install Officers
Thl L'Chaim Lodge of B'nai
S'rith \>.:. its second annual
installation banquet and show Sat-
urday. March ;>o. at tne Carillon
Hotel, with Miami Beach Mayor
Jay Dormer as guest speaker.
Installing officer will be Alfred
Golden, a national figure in B'nai
B'rith.
Barry Kutan will be installed as
president lor the coming year with
Harold Braxton taking over the
position of president-elect. Vice
president? to be installed include
Martin Dtrnis. Gary Selkowitz.
Murray Rubtn and Paul Ruthfield.
The Lodge meets regularly at
the Howard Johnson Lodge on the
East end of Julia Turtle Causeway,
Miami Beach Headquarters of the
Lodge are at 514 Dupo.it Plaza
Center. Miami.
Anti-Semitism Up
In Wake Of Poles'
Drive For Freedom
Continued from Page 1-A
the Six-Day War by party leader
A'ladyslaw Gomulka. who warned
then aga.nst Zionist "fifth colum-
nists."
aged to hold his temper, he said.
"All the time I told myself that I
! have to keep cool," he said, "but
when Shack kept running at me.
the Bruin bench would say, "Shove j
it down the Jew boy's throat,' and
Jew boy we're going to put you
in the gas chambers.' I didn't want
to get into any trouble but it just ;
.vent too far."
In New York, the American Jew-
ish Committee called for apologies
to Zeidel. Acknowledging that "we
don't expect Garden Club language
at a hockey game," Nathan Perl-
mutter, the committee's director
of domestic affairs, added that a
"full apology to Zeidel and to the
millions of Jews and non-Jews who
were brutally murdered by the
Nazis is in order."
'Worldwide Anti-Semitism'
"Worldwide .Anti-SemitismHow
Hoes It Affect American Jewry?" !
will be the subject of the third
session in the series entitled "We,
The Jewry" at the YM-YWHA of
Greater Miami. 8500 SW 8th St.,
at 8 p.m. Sunday. The series is a
', joint venture of the YMHA and
j the Anti Defamation League of
I B'nai B'rith.
A leading spokesman for the
conservative forces is Interior
Minister Mieczyslaw Moczar. who
has been denouncing Polish Jews
as "unpatriotic" since the June
war. The newspaper Zbowid. organ
oi the Moczar-led Polish war vet-
erans organization. repeatedly
linked the student demonstrations
with "international Zionism" and
"imperialist and revisionist cen-
ters in the United States and
Germany."
Counter-demonstrators appeared
in Warsaw streets with banners
demanding "Clean the Party of
Zionists" and "Away With the New
Fifth Column." Resolutions at
party-sponsored rallies demanded
"exemplary punishment" for "Zi-
! onist instigators" of the student
\ protests.
A resolution adopted by workers
at the Foreign Trade Ministry,
which employs a large number of |
Jews, called lor an end to "tolera-
tion" by Polish authorities of ac-
tivities of "reactionary Zionist ele-
ments in the political, economic,
cultural and social life of our
country."
In response to an invitation
from Toronto Telegram Sports col-
umnist Bob Pennington, two per-
sons in Toronto oifered direct evi-
dence that some Bruin players
made anti-Semitic taunts against
Zeidel.
Mary Patterson. 22. who sat near
the Boston bench during the game.
i said she heard two Bruins voice
anti-Semitic obscenities repeated-
ly. Mike Mead named the same
Bruins and confirmed the taunts.
Their -tatements were sent to
Campbell.
PLEASE MENTION THIS
PUBLICATION WHEN YOU
SEND FOR YOUR FREE
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24-YEAR HEBREW-
ENGLISH CALENOAR
We have arranged with
the Heinz people to send
to our readers on request
arr extremely useful book-
let that should be in every
Jewish home. Within the
32 pages of the 24-Year
Hebrew English Calendar
are all the Hebrew dates
and days of the week along
-vith their equivalent "Eng-
lish" dates from Rosh
Hashanah. 1943 to the day
before Rosh Hashanah.
1970. With this calendar,
you can find Yahrzeit dates
at a glance.
You can get your free
copy sinfply by writing a
post card or a letter to:
H. J. Heinz Co., Dept. J2.
Box 57, Pitts.. Pa. 15230.
COMMUNITY WIDE MEMORIAL SERVICE
TO THE LATE RELIGIOUS AND CIVIC LEADER
Mr. Maurice Zaretsky
WIU BE HELD
SUNDAY, MARCH 24th, 11:00 A.M.
at
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL
1545 JEFFERSON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
FRIENDS AND REPRESENTATIVES OF ORGANIZATIONS
ARE ASKED TO ATTEND.
HAVE A DELICIOUS
Manischewitz
PASSOVER ~
Jewish Folk Hour
WITH
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3-4 P.M.
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Je*isfi fhrkHan
Friday, March 22. '.gee
Between You and Me:
By BORIS SMOLAR
U.S. Payments Problem Won't Affect Israel
I HAVE been
asked from
various quar-
ters whether
Israel will be
a dversely
affected
by President
-Johnson's bal-
ance of payment program aimed
at curtailing the outflow of
American dollars.
The answer is "no."
Economic experts in Wash-
ington, after studying the new
federal policies and measures
implementing the President's
program, have concluded that
American investment projects
in Israel are fully consistent
with these policies.
They also established that con-
tributions to the United Jewish
Appeal and purchases of State
of Israel Bonds which play
vital roles in the development
of Israel's economy are also
consistent with the President's
program.
The President's policy, they
emphasize, is aimed at reduc-
ing the flow of American capi-
tal to the developed countries of
Western Europe; it is not in-
tended to hinder the economic
growth of less developed coun-
tries the category in which
Israel falls.
Israel is officially listed in
Washington as an "economic-
ally less developed country" in
connection with the exemption
of Israel Bonds from the In-
terest Equalization Tax of 1964.
It is therefore one of the
countries which President John-
son had in mind when he an-
nounced in his message to the
nation in January, that his bal-
ance of payments program will
allow the U.S. to meet its obli-
gations for "encouraging eco-
nomic growth in the developing
countries."
The specific terms of the
guidelines and regulations of
the Federal Reserve Board and
the Department of Commerce-
revised now in light of the Pres-
ident's programare not desig-
nated to endanger the supply
capital to developing eountri..
like Israel. And the represent
tives of these countries, inclu |
ing Israel, have been so in-
formed by the U.S. governnu
They have been assured that
the regulations will be imp!--.
mented in a flexible and sym-
pathetic way to secure both the
completion of all U.S. invest-
ment projects under way in
their countries and the imp',
mentation of new projects it-.
portant to the economies of the
developing countries.
Capital Spotlight
By Milton Friedman
Election Battle Due Over Middle East
EARLY TRENDS in the 1968 election campaign
indicate that the Johnson administration will be
pressed on issues of Jewish interest mainly involv-
ing Israel.
Traditional Jewish attitudes on domestic pro-
blems are changing. Many Jewish supporters of
civil rights are now eager for firm measures to con-
trol riots, crime, and violence. White merchants in
Negro "ghettoes" are terrified. Leaders of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women have revealed that
volunteers are becoming frightened to enter slums
to aid in the war against poverty.
Negro extremists have not helped matters by
injecting anti-Semitism into their "Black Power"
philosophy.
Nevertheless, the major Jewish groups endorsed
the constructive recommendations of the Presi-
dent's Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders.
Although deeply troubled by the Negro population,
most Jews still advocate open housing and bold
anti-poverty programs. This is in line with the moral
leadership of the nation's leading rabbis.
Problems concerning Jewish organizations include
not only domestic racial strife but also administra-
tion policies in the Middle East and Viet Nam. All
are campaign issues. To this list. House Republican

Israel Newsletter By ELIAHU SALPETER
New School System Is More Flexible
QNE OF THE MOST comfroting con-
" sequences of Israel's victory last
June was the lesson it taught about the
fighting quality of the Arab, particularly
the Egyptian soldier and officer. From
encounters on the battlefield and later
in Prisoner of War Camps in Israel, it
became obvious that the quality gap
between the Israeli and the Egyptian
soldier widened significantly since their previous en-
counter in the Sinai Campaign of 1956.
This was so despite the much publicizedand not so
necessarily untrueefforts of Nasser's regime to raise
the educational and health levels of the Egyptian popula-
tion and their general standard of living.
It became clear that as warfare becomes more tech-
nological and mobility of mind as well as movement be-
comes more and more essential on the battlefield, the
advantage lies with the better educated and more sophi-
sticated Israeli soldier.
Needless to say, this knowledge gives an added boost
if such was neededto the importance Israelis attach
to the kind and quality of schools their children attend.
It was no surprise therefore when the Knesset Educa-
tion Committee finally approved the long debated School
Reform bill.
Some years ago Zalman Aranne, the Minister of Educa-
tion, appointed a committee of experts headed by Pro-
fessor Prawer of the Hebrew University, to study the
school system and recommended reforms.
The committee found that the present school system
was far from being best to prepare young Israelis for the
challenges of the rapidly changing society and technology
ol the last third of the Twentieth Century-
Educators say the new system should solve, to a great
extent, the problem of "lowest common denominator,"
whereby an excellent pupil can advance now only at the
pace of the averagewhich must take into account the
slowest pupil.
Under the new system .the present eight primary
and four year high school division will be replaced by a
six-and-six division.
The first six years of education will be in the primary
or basic school which is compulsory.
The next six years will be in the secondary or high
school, but only the first three of those years will be
compulsory. This will, however, bring the compulsory
school age to 15 years instead of the present 14.
Highlights In Sports
JESSE SILVER
Neal Walk-Basketball All-American
|^|IAMI BEACH'S Neal Walk was named to the
" Associated Press second team All-American
basketball team, and the the United Press Intel-
national's third team.
Walk became the first player to make All-
America at Florida in the school's 55-year basket-
ball history. He was a unanimous All-Southeastern
Conference choice.
A 6-10, 225-pound junior center. Walk led the
nation in rebounding, and established 12 new in-
lividual season records at Florida as well as two
Southeastern Conference marks.
His Florida records include: most points, 663:
highest scoring average, 26.5; most rebounds, 494;
best rebound average, 19.8 and most rebounds, 31
against Alabama. Florida ended the season with a
15-10 mark, with good wins over Kentucky, Tennes-
see and Vanderbilt twice.
Following the Kentucky victory, the Wildcats-
coach Rupp said: "We didn't have a man who could
handle him, not even two who could handle him. I
think Walk could give Lew Aloindor a good battle."
Vanderbilt's coach said: "He's the best big man in
the Southeastern Conference. He's real strong, quick,
and a splendid team player.' Only 19 years old Walk
had a 11.5 scoring average and a 8.2 rebound mark
as a sophmore. "I've never seen a player improve
so much from one year to the next," commented
the Alabama coach. "He's the best I've seen in years
and there's no telling what his potential might be.
Walk attributes his improvement to a summer
at Kutcher's camp in the Catskills. He worked as a
counselor, and played basketball against top college
players at every opportunity. "It gave me confi-
dence .said Neal, helped my speed and I put on
weight"
A southpaw, Walk has a fine shooting touch. He
hooks well from in close and has a good shot from
outside. Eager to play pro ball, he could be one
ol" the best in five years.
Invited to participate in the Olympic trials.
Walk, a business major, reluctantly declined. "One
of the finest honors an athlete can have is to re-
present his country in the Olympic Games," Walk
said. "I am extremely disappointed that, after talk-
ing to my professors and counselors, I must decline
this invitation. My schedule of courses in business
will be such that I could not miss two weeks in the
spring and over a month in the fall quarter and
Mill make normal progress toward a degree."
Dave Newmark of Columbia also received end-
of-scason recognition. The Sporting News named
the seven-footer to its All- American honorable
mention list. Newmark was one of the main reasons
Columbia gained its first Ivy league in 17 years.
Newmark suffered a bad ankle sprain at season's
end, and Princeton almost took the crown. However.
Newmark returned for the playoff game and made
the difference.
leader Gerald R. Ford has added
the plight of Russian Jewry.
But it can be safely predicted
that pursuit of the socalled Jewish vote will involve
Israel. The Democrats will extol current policies
while Republicians urge alternatives.
Republician National Chairman Ray C. Bliss
recently announced in Washington that his party
would make unprecedented efforts to win more
Jewish votes He said that the Republicians receive
only about 12 percent of the Jewish vote. So there
is considerable room for improvement, as he sees it.
Last June, during the Six-Day War, many Re
publicians rallied to the Israeli causein some
cases more affirmatively than Democrats. Minority
leader Ford proclaimed that Israel's victory' "was
the only reassuring triumph of free men against
Communism and aggression in a long time."
The President has not implemented promises to
finance a joint U.S.Israel nuclear desalination
venture much discussed during the 1964 campaign.
There arc other weak points on which the Rcpubli
cans will hammer.
But the Republicans have a tremendous liability.
It is the blunder of President Eisenhower in Saving
Nasser in 1956 during the Sinai-Suez war. There are
also memories of how a Republican Secretarv of
State, John Foster Dulles, pressured Israel by with
holding aid.
The Republicans will seek to answer by reference
to the newly-exposed shortcomings of the Roosevelt
Administration in failing to rescue Jews who could
have been saved from Nazi genocide.
Today's Thought:
By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Alfred Segal
ALFRED SEGAL died.
One of the finest journalists of
our century, Alfred Segal was one of
the sweetest of men.
In the 85 years of his lifetime he
wrote hundred of thousands of words.
If these words, skillfully written by
a master craftsman, could be transform-
ed into one image, that image would be
a hand on the back of mankind, assuring us that we can
be more decent, more considerate, and more creative
than we are.
Alfred Segal began his career back in 1904. serving
the readers of the Cinninnati Post as a cub reports
Ultimately he became the most popular feature write!
or his city He was known as "Cincinnatus."
As such he was the conscience of that communitv
and he helped lift Cincinnati from corruption to line
government.
And who does not remember "Plain Talk." the weekh
column which year after year Alfred Segal wrote for tin
Seven Arts Syndicate?
Segal sought to convey to the non-Jewish reader the
rruitage of Hebraic idealism in his writings for the dailv
press.
In his Jewish column, he never stopped pleading with
Jews to build bridges of understanding with their Chris-
tian neighbors.
So Alfred Segal begun his career by reporting what
was going on in the world outside. But the essence of his
lUes work was to report to us what was going on in the
world outside, inside of his sensitive soul.
And the Segal soul was sensitized not onlv bv what
' saw in ( incmnati. what he saw as a World War I re-
porter in France, not only by what he saw in the Jewish
world, but also by what he absorbed at the rabbinical
seminary in Cincinnati.
lie was a student at the Hebrew Union College.
Although he did not complete his studies, he came
into contact with Isaac Wise and the Wisoan stamp stayed
on him.
Alfred Segal died.
But we can keep his soul marching on if we too strive
to adopt the Jewish outlook and adapt it to the enrich-
ment of our milieu.


ndcnr. March 22. 1968
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Paae 15-A
Ren, Robert Shevin To Address J.W.V.
installation Meeting On Sunday
Sen. Robert L. Shevin of
Marie County will be the guest
speaker at the joint installation of
officers of Mur-
ray Solomon
Post and Auxil
iary, Jewish
War Veterans,
at 8 p.m. Sun-
day, at Temple
Zamora. Coral
Gables.
James Stern,
commander of
JVVVs Depart-
ment of Florida,
will install Leo
Plotkin as com-
Leo Plot kin
the auxiliary. She will be installed
by Mrs. Rcba Brown, president of
Ihe state auxiliary.
Sen, Shevin is chairman of both
the legislative Interim and Select
Investigative Committees on Or-
ganized Crime and Law Enforce-
ment, as well as the Interim Com-
mittee on Urban Affairs. He will
discuss the work of the crime com-
mittees.
A member of the legislature
since 1965 when he was selected
as one of the ten most valuable
members of that body by the Flor-
ida newspaper editors and won
the Allen Morris award as the out-
mander of the standing first term legislator. Mr.
Ipost, succeeding M. Jay Berliner. Shevin is also a Miami attorney
Mrs. Evelyn Ferdie will succeed
\Ir>. Jean Kaufman as president of
He is a member of the regional
board of the Anti Defamation
-' and serves on the board
of directors <>i Beth David Con-
gregation.
Other- Posl IDJfieesc tl ^6 in-
stalled are Ira Blitt. senior vice
commander; Ben s. slutsky. junior
vice commander; Stuart Botwinik,
quartermaster: If. Jay Berliner,
judge advocate; Harvey Ostrow,
officer-of-the-day; Harry Valko-
witz. chaplain; and Murray Val-
kowitz, trustee.
Auxiliary officers to be installed
arc Mrs. I.enore Lehman, senior
vice president: Mrs. Rose Schech-
ter. junior vice president; Mrs.
Jean Kaufman, treasurer; Mrs.
Lillian Sutta, chaplain; Mrs. Dian
Steiner. historian; Mrs. Sylvia
Weinman, conductress; Mrs. Helen
Herman, patriotic instructor; Mrs.
Sadie Clark, guard; and Mrs. Lena
Cohen. Mrs. Jennie Golub, and
Mrs. Tanya Levine, trustees.
John Hickey Tries For School Board
j A,.M|rine Cprps veteaan <
second World War. Mr. Kckc
Jo'nuj L. Hickey, member of Dade
County's Qualify Education: Com-
mittee, has announced his candi-
dacy as a Democrat for School
Board Member at Large of the
Dade County Board of Public In-
struction. This is his first try for
public office.
in of the
toy has
. iji
served in many civic organiza-
tions and is currently secretary
treasurer of the Carpenters Dis-
trict Council. He resides at 4940
SW 87th Ct.. Miami.
The success of the donor luncheon of the
Temple Israel Sisterhood held Wednesday
at the Hilton Plaza Hotel are discussed by
members cf the committee. Shown (stand-
ing from letf ere Mrs. Herbert Fcdcje,
hostess chairman; Mrs. Louis Feqe'man,
ratfle tickets chairman) Mrs. S Ronald Pallot
and Mrs. Marshall Stein, ticket distribution
cochairmen; and seated, Mrs. Louis Gor-
fine, general ticket chairman; and Mrs.
Julius Rcsenbera, who, alone with Mrs.
Joseph Bulbin, was cochairnu >f the
event.
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March :;
Mrs, Pearl Willen,
NXJ.W. Leader,
Dies In Kenya
NEW YORK tWNSMrs Pearl
Aillen. immediate past president
! the National Council of Jewish
Women and a leading figure in the
truggle for human and civil rights,
lied at the age of 64 in an auto-
nobile accident in Kenya, it was
announced here by organization
fficials who said they had no de-
vailed information about the aeci-
ent.
Mrs. Willen served as president
>i the organization from 1963 to
'967 and as president of the Inter-
ational Council of Jewish Women
rom 1964 to 1957.
Prior to leaving for Kenya. Mts.
Willen and her husband. Joseph.
i si ted Israel for several days.
Fashion Tour Of
Europe Planned
By Miami -Dade
A three-week whirl of Europe's
union centers this summer will
ive fashion modeling students of j
^iami-Dade Junior College North '
i first-hand look at the new fall
nd winter collections
Visits to fashion houses, work- ,
hops and retail outlets will be ;
'iade in Paris. London. Florence.
Home and Madrid The July 8 29
'>ur also will include stops in Lu- !
erne, Venice, Milan and Geneva. !
Students may earn three college
redit* in Fashion Modeling upon
ompletion of a satisfactory writ
tea report following the tour.
Those interested may contact
Kdith Zipp at M-D.If North for fur
her information.
Com an Chairman Of Emanii-El Fete
NrVIHCCOWAM
Mt. Scoprus Dormitory
NEW YORK (WNSi The plan-
ned construction of a dormitory
for girls on the Mt. Scopus campus
of the Hebrew University in Jeru-
salem was announced here by the
Women's League for Israel on the
occasion of its observance of the
fortieth year of its founding.
Irving Cow an. president of the
Diplomat Resort and Country Club.
has been named general chairman
of the first annual dinner-dance
in behalf of the Solomon Schechter
Day School of Temple Emanu-EI.
Announcement of Mr. Cowan's
acceptance was made by Max Bo-
derman. president of the Miami
Beach synagogue, who said the af-
fair will be held in the grand ball-
room of the new Social Hall
April 21.
Mr. Cowan and his wife. Mar-
jorie. have long been active lead- J
ers for Temple Emanu-EI. He is'
a pioneer developer and builder in I
Broward County, a part owner of
two high rise apartment buildings
the Diplomat Towers and the
Presidential Towers in that area
Brandeis Women Convene
Mrs. Ruth Schuldiner. president,
presided at a meeting of the Louis
D. Brandeis Women's Club for
Variety Children's Hospital on
Monday.
as will as president of the new
$100 million community. Rayal
Palm Beach Colony. Inc.. in Wesl
Palm Beach, and president of In-
dian Trail Grove*, one of the na
tion'. largest orange groves. He
has been active in behalf of the
Jewish Theological Seminary of
America, the United Jewish .Appeal
i and numerous other philanthropic
agencies.
"Jewish education deserves top
priority on the part ol our growing
! community, and the Solomon
i Schechter Day School now serves
! a true cross-section of the com-
munity." Mr. Cowan said. He ex-
| plained that the dinner-dance is
, priced at $136 a couple, so that the
i congregation's Hebrew day school I
i can net the full $160 a couple re-
quired to oft set their operating .
deficit.
Dr. Irving Lehrman, rabbi of j
Temple Emanu-EI. personally su-
pervises the educational and re
ligious training programs at the
Solomon Schechter Day School.
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Miami, Florida, Friday, March 22, 1968
Temple Judea To Honor
Mr. and Mrs. Horwich
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Horwich
have been selected as Temple Ju-
dea's "Couple of the Year" and
will be honored at the Coral Ga-
bles congregations second annual
dinner-dance March 30 in the new
Temple Judea Social Hall.
Announcement of the selection
of Mr. and Mrs. Horwich was made
by Joseph H. Krefetz. Mr. Krefetz.
president of the synagogue, was
himself honored at last year's in-
augural event.
Proceeds from the $100 acouple
dinner-dance are used to offset the
operating deficit of the congrega-
tion, and to implement the educa-
tional, youth and cultural phases
of Temple Judea's program
Mrs. Horwich is now serving as
president of the Temple Judea Sis
terhood. Formerly vice president
of the women's auxiliary, she
served as cochairman in 1966 of
the congregation's membership
campaign. Mr. Horwich was co-
chairman.
Mrs. Horwich. a product of Mi-
I ami High and the University of
i Miami, is an active member of
Hadassah. and is former vice pres-
ident ot the Naomi Group of the
Miami Chapter. She also is an ac-
tive member of the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women and of the
TechniOII Women's Division.
Mr. Horwich. who is treasurer of
I Temple Judea. formerly served the
i congregation as secretary An at-
I torney, he is a part-time lecturer
| in law at the University of Miami
I.aw School, from which he was
Avidar Is Speaker Al
Histadrul Third Seder
graduated.
A member of the Board of Gov-
ernors of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation. Mr. Horwich is
chairman of its Public Affairs com-
mittee, and serves on several
budget committees, the Jewish ed-
ucation survey committee, the
YM YWIIA survey committee, and
on the campaign cabinet of the
'JJA-IF.F.
Mr Horwich recently assumed I
the chairmanship of the Combined I
.'(wish Appeal Israel Kmergency !
Fund joint drive for Temple Ju- '
dea, and was a leader in the con-
gregation's IFF campaign initial- '
ed during last summer's Six-Day
War
Col. \ arom To Speak
At Israel Bond Event
Col. Yuri Yarom, one of Israel's
outstanding military heroes now
serving his country as Air Attache
in Washington, will be guest speak-
er at the Forte Towers Israel
Dinner of State at 7 p.m. Saturday
in the Fontainebleau Hotel.
During the Six-Day War, Col.
Yarom headed Israel's helicopter
forces which played a major role
in the capture of the Golan Heights,
the old city ol Jerusalem and other
key areas.
Col. Yarom has had a distin-
guished career in Israel's armed
lorces since the establishment of
the State. During the War of In-
dependence he was a fighter pilot
and then became chief of the train-
ing command of the Air Force and
was wounded in action.
Before Israel became a State, hi
was a member of the Haganah, the ; be honored at the dinner as recip-
Jewish defense force under the icn|s o| the jsraei Service Award.
COL. YURI YAKOM
British Mandate He played an im
portant role in the organization of
the so-called "illegal" immigration
to Palestine.
The dinner chairman is Cantor
Saul Breeh. Chairmen of the Corpi
of Patron-Hosts are Mr. and Mrs
Harry Stern.
The Forte Towers- Israel Dinner--------------------------------------
of State will be the second annual ,
dinner sponsored by the residents THE CONQUEST of Pa estin*
of Forte Towers and their neigh- by the Crusaders in the 12th een-
bors on behalf of State of Israel tury reduced the Jewish popula-
Bonds tion but new immigration sel
after the Mohammedans recover
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Holt/, will ed the country in the 13th century
Avraham Avidar, Israel Consul
General to the Midwestern United
States, will be the principal speak
er at the annual Third Seder Cele-
bration of Greater Miami sched-
uled April 14 at the Fontainebleau
Hotel
The traditional dinner is co-
sponsored by the Greater Miami
Israel Histadrul Committee and
by the South Florida Council for
Medical Services and Vocational
Training in Israel.
Announcement ol the Third Se-
der was made by the presidents
ol the two groups. Moe Levin and
Jacob Hilkm. respectively.
This year's event will launch a
month long celebration of the 20th
anniversary of the independence
ol the State of Israel, with final
festivities scheduled throughout
Dade County May 14. the exact
English-calendar dale of the anni-
versary.
Mr. Riikin will serve as general
chairman of the Third Seder, a
special celebration during the Pass-
over initiated by the late Isaac
II millii and observed by Histadrul
committees throughout the world.
Consul General Avidar. one ol
his country's senior statesmen in
the Western Hemisphere, assumed
his present post after service as
Consul of Israel in New York, in
AVRAHAM AVIDAR
charge of Political Affairs. He is
now stationed in Chicago, and is
a former coordinator of the United
States desk of the Israel Foreign
.Ministry, and was once official
spokesman for the ministry.
Reservations for the Third So
j der may be made at the Florida
office of the Histadrut, One Lin-
coln Road Bldg.. Miami Beach.
Moshe Berman, regional direc-
tor, is coordinator of the com-
munity-wide celebration, expected
to attract a record attendance of
more than 500 persons
our greatest savings
event of the season
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B'nai Zion Meeting
Miami Beach Chapter No. 106 of
B'nai Zion will meet at 8 p.m.
Thursday at Washington Federal.
1234 Washington Ave.. Miami
Beach.
Hyman c. Fliegel will talk on
! Jewish music; Benjamin Ka-dtsky
I will speak on Passover; Joseph
| Berber's subject will be the Bar
Mitzvah. and Bernard Silver will
present a biographical sketch and
selections from the Hebrew poet
Tchernichovsky.
Dr. Sherwin Staub3r, Miami
Beach attorney, will be in-
stalled as oresidant of Ihe
Greater Miami Reqion, Re-
liqious Zionists of Ameri-a.
at the orqanir.ation's dinner
at 6 p.m. Sunday at Beth Is-
rael Synaqoque.
Beth David Nursery School
The new nursery school of Beth
David Congregation will open next
fall in the Beth David South Build-
ing, according to an announce-
ment by Mrs. Edward Kravitz.
chairman of the school.
Mrs Arthur Golden, who has
been a nursery school director in
Miami for the past 13 years, will
head the Beth David school.
Registration has already begun.
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Friday, March 2:
South Florida B'nai B'rith Council
To Install Samuel Pascoe Sunday
The B'nai Brith Council of South
Florida Lodges will install Samuel
Pascoe as its president at 10 a.m.
Sunday at a Brunch at the Caril
Ion Hotel.
Mr. Pascoe succeeds Mark Ru
bin, who served as president dur-
ing the past year. Mr. Pascoe is
concluding his second term as pres-
ident of the Miami Beach Lodge,
the oldest on the Beach, now in its
23rd year.
Program highlights at the In-
-tallation Breakfast include a talk
on leadership by Paul Seiderman.
first vice president of District
Five. B'nai Brith. comprising the
states of Maryland. Virginia. North
and South Carolina. Georgia. Flor-
da. and the District of Columbia,
fudge Milton A. Friedman will act
.is Master of Ceremonies.
The South Florida Council is the
-oordinatiny body for some 30
B'nai B rith Lodges in Dade and
3roward Counties. Five additional
Lodges are now in formation, ac-
cording to Jack Kirschbium.
Charles Kossove and Jack Click
' the Committee on new Lodges A
decade or more ago there n
only seven Lodges in this area.
Other officers of the Council are
president-elect Jack Rosenberg:
vice presidents. Bernard Potlock.
Jerry Newcorn, Arnold Fein and
Jerry Miller: treasurer. Moe Fine-
gold: secretary, Richard Marks of
Hollywood. Honorary trustees are
Arthur Horwitz. Eli Hurwitz. Jack
Kirschbaum. Mark Rubin. Sam
Nieberg. Jack M. Fink and Joseph
Gorinstein.
Trustees include Robert Grover.
Bernard Langberg. Herman Mudel-
man. Irving Schatzman, William
Sheade. William Thompson. Sidney
Kates. Charles Kossove. Noah
Smyler and Bernard Austein.
gn 22, 196a
Richard Sneider Honored
hard M Bnekfcr re, ..om,
bve o the Zotti Iniitram
150 SK 2nd Ave.. h
crt member.-hip in the Gold Shin
Oub of the Legion of Honor
Maccabees Mutual Life I,;,llrance
Co.. it was announced by F.mi|e
A Haar. president of the Detroit
company.
Ml
about
WIN
Lawrence Wiener has been
appointed vice president and
trust officer of the Jefferson
National Bank of Miami
Beach, according to an an-
nouncement by Thomas Mo:-
tola. president.
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NCJW Convention
To Open Sunday
Community-award winning sec-
tions from 35 areas in eight south-
ern states will send their repre-
sentatives to the National Council
of Jewish Women's Southern Dis
trict Convention Sunday in Miami
Beach.
The NCJW delegates will discuss
and develop new community serv-
ices for youth, aging and handi
rapped, as a result of the con-
vention education and training.
Also on the agenda will be a
review of public affairs programs
for informed citizen action, and
services to Jewish communities
abroad.
Mis. Mildred Keller is honored at the annual banquet of the
Oholei Torah School for her support of the institution since
its foundinq two years aqo. Rabbi Berel Wein of Beth Israal
Synaqoque made the presentation of a plaque.
BB Women's Luncheon lnoon Tuesday in the Napoleon
The Anne Frank Chapter *1042. I Room f ,hL' Dl'auville Hotel.
B'nai B'rith Women, will hold its Judge Milton A. Friedman will
ninth annual donor luncheon at be guest of honor.
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MARK MATTHEWS
Belli Am Women
To Diseuss Book
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Am will present 'Ideas Through
Books" at !):30 a.m. Thursday in
the homo of Mrs. Marshall Feuer.
filOO Killian Dr.
Mrs. .Julian Pearson and Mrs.
Victor Eskenas will lead a discus-
sion of "Bull From the Sea," by
famed historical novelist Mary
Renault.
Mrs. Alan Kesslcr is president of
the group.
City Of Hope To
Honor Matthews
Mark Matthews, of North Mi-
ami, will be honored Sunday eve-
ning, March 31, as "Man of the
Year" by the Miami Beach Chap-
ter of the City of Hope, it was an-
nounced this week by Mrs. Sy
I'lasky. president of the Miami
Beach Chapter,
Mr. Matthews will be honored
at the gala dinner dance to be
held at the Deauville Hotel, for
his benevolence and contributions
to civic, charitable and social func-
tions in the Miami area.
Chairman of the affair is Mrs.
Benjamin Unde, Miami Beach.
Mrs. Max Amhowitz is cochair-
man. Leonard E. Trcister. promi-
nent Miami attorney, is banquet
chairman, assisted by cochairman
Mrs. Julius Rosenberg.
The City of Hope, Miami Beach
Chapter supports the Pilot Medical
Center in Duartc. Calif., specializ-
ing in research, treatment and
medical education in cancer, leu-
kemia and maladies of the heart
where care is free, national and
non-sectarian.
Starts Anti-French Drive
Irving N. Chayken. a Hammond.
Ind.. jewelry executive currently
vacationing in Miami Beach with
his wife, announced this week he
plans to tour the United States in
an effort to promote a boycott of
French products, because of the
anti-American position of France's
government.
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Green Agency To
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Florida Attomey General Earl
Faircloth, candidate for the Demo-
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Senate, announced this week the
appointment of the A. F. Green
Advertising Agency of Miami to
handle his entire statewide adver-
tising program.
Miami attorney John F. Christie
nd businessman Dick Clark have ;
been named to head the Faircloth :
campaign in Dade County.
Gordon Will Not
Seek Reeleetion
To School Board
Jack D. Gordon has announced
that he will not seek reelection to
the Dade County School Board on
which he has served for the past
eight years.
In announcing his decision, Mr.
Gordon stressed the importance of
the School Board election and the
need for broader community rep-
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The Sisterhood of Temple I?roel Of Greater
Miami this week pledqed a $50,000 contribu-
tion to the Reform conqreqation's develop-
ment proqram, brinqinq to SI40.000 the total
the ladies have provided in capital funds
over the last decade, in addition to their on-
going proqram. Mrs. Clifford Newmark.
Sisterhood President, is shown aivinq the
pledge to Campaiqn Chairman Joseph A.
Garfield. Lookinq on, (from l<*ft) are: Temple
president Elliott D. Blumenthal, Mrs. Jerome
Rado, Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Rhea Glad-
win, Mrs. Howard Novell and Mrs. Howard
Ullman.
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Savage's Mountain
Lake Camp Will
Open June 20th
AMb and Nanette Savage have
announced \~a1 RMJl are v* --.
sole owners and operators of Sav-
age's Mountain Lake Camp in
eadetiMM :.'U. N.c.
The camp will be :n session
from June 20 to Aug IS. for boys
and girls between the ages of five
and 16 A complete staff of pro-
fessionai supervisors has been en-
caged to plan and supervise camp
programs.
Marvin Noekow has oeeu named
director He has taught in Dade
County schools for the past 11
years and is presently Guidance
Counselor at Miami Beach Senior
High School. He is a graduate of
New York University and has over
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Sbolem Secunda will again con-
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over Seders and services at the
Concord Hotel. Kiamesha Lake.
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The eminent composer and con-
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new critical acclaim for his stir-
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Fashions Will Highlight
CJA Women's Luncheon
V 3?autiful People'.'"
if tins theme tor the April 2 Young
Won n's Division Luncheon and
Fasl >n Sho ot the Combined
Je i App Israel Emergency
Fun' scheduled for the new Shera-
ton Four Ambassadors Hotel in
Mian..
N ied i- '.'.incheon chairmen
are 'Irs '.: Flothfield and Mrs.
Eu.-.e Blo n who will serve
wil Sirs inert Traurig, cam-
pi -irient for the Lead-
in. ^...diei D.: :sion.
T? r appointments were an-
nounc 'd this :?ek by Mrs. Robert
Shap o. president of the Young
Woi n's Division of the CJA-IEF.
Four area chairmen also were
designated They are the Mes-
dam-:- Mac-.. Keyes, Michael Lip
sky. David Sams and Michael
Smith.
A minimum donation of S20 to
:h; CJA-IEF, i;i addition to a S4.50
charge (or the luncheon, is re-
quired. Reservations are available
a' the offices of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation. 1317 Biscayne
Blvd.
Sara Fredericks will present the
fashion show. as the women's di
vision continues to press its cam-
paign at a rate more than 25 per-
cent ahead of its record-shattering
1967 drive tor the CJA.
THE AVIV Chapter of the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress will hold a
"Night at the Races" on Saturday
it Pompano Race Track. Mrs. Jer-
ry Zeltzer. president, is in charge
of tickets.
Shown ". the annual Spring Ball of the Ycuna Women's
Division oi the Combined Jewish Appeal-'?reel Emerqency
Fund held crt Westview Country Club are, if: :m left): Mr. and
Mrs. Alca 3. Kessler. The Lurios and Keesl-ns are also are
active Ie::iers cf the Temple Beth Am CJA IFF drive, with
Mr. Kess'.e. servinq as president of the congregation.
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Mrs. Leon Kronish was honor-
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versarv luncheon of the
Sisterhood cf Temple Beth
Sholom for her "outstanding
service to the Sisterhood."
Torah Luncheon
is Annual Affair
The Mollie Kahanei Sisterhood
of Beth Torah Congregation will
hold its annual Toran Fund Lunch-
eon on benali of the Jewish Theo-
uwicHi Seminary of America at 11
a.m. Tuesday, in the Social Hall
Larry King will he special ^uest.
Tiie Sisterhood campaign is part
o[ a national eifort oi the National
! Womei te to raise 5l.ooo.ooo
i for the Seminary's Ic pro-
gram and tor construction of the
Mathilde Schechter Residence Hall
| for Women students.
Mrs Ernie Herman is in charge
oi reservations and Mrs. Stanley
Stein is Torah Fund chairman.
Mrs. George Goodman is Sister-
hood president.
T Donor Luncheon
Set For Wednesday
The Y' Women of the YM-
YWHA oi Greater Miami will hold
their first annual Donor Luncheon
Wednesday at th.' Ledges Restau-
rant in Coral Gables, it was an-
nounced by Y' Women president.
Mrs. Sidney Rudgin. Mrs. Harold
Flaum is the chairman for the
event.
The "Y* Women will present a
3pring Fashion Show on Wednes-
day, April 24 in the .Main Bali-
loom of the Y.MHA. 8500 SW 8th
St
'Chagall Windows' Is Topic
The North Dade Chapter of B'nai |
B'rith Women will hold its regular j
meeting at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at
the Washington Federal Audito-
rium. 699 NE 167th St.. North :
Miami Beach.
Guest speaker will be Leonard
Kimball. a prominent attorney, i
who will speak on the Marc Cha-
'-iall Windows in Israel. Mr. Kim-
ball will illustrate his talk with
i slide pictures.
Mrs. Joseph Shcpiro will be
honored as the "Woman o:
Valor" at the Hebrew Aca-
demy Women's Supper Sat-
urday eveninq at the Decu-
ville Hotel.
Senior Citizens Club Meets
The Florida Senior Citizens Club
No*. 2 will hold a membership :
meeting at 1:30 p.m. Monday at
Washington Federal. 1234 Wash
ington Ave.. Miami Beach
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Friday, Match 22. 1963
ORT Women Professionals nual Gamt!' Xi*ht at 8 Dm Thurs
. and Profession*] 'iay March 28 in ,he Ptaut,
ttorai: ipter of Women's ::"m of the <-"' Federal Bans
can ORT will bold their an- Buildstw. 4? A-Hwrafedfrey Rd
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Compering notes r.n the success of the musi-
ccl salute to Israel held at the Miami Beach
Auditorium in connection wi h the Combined
Jewish Appeal-Israel Emerqencv Fund cam
paiqn are 'from left): Norton S. Pallot. gener-
al campaign chairman; Miami Beach Mayor
Jay Dermer; Dr. Irvinq Lehiman. spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-E1, who addressed
the qatherinq; and Elton Kerness of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Additional Youth Aliyah Events Set For
Miami Beach Chapter Hadassah Groups
Groups of the Miami Beach
Chapter of HadaneJi scheduled ad-
ditional events thi- month in cele-
bration of Youth Aliyah. the inter-
national child welfare movement.
The Bay Harbor group will
hold its luncheon Monday at
noon in the Fontainebleau Hotel
Mrs Benjamin Steinmuller is the
presi lent Mi- Joseph -Shapiro the
Youth Aliyah chairman.

The Southgat* roup will hold
its luncheon at the Algiers Hotel
at noon Tuesday Professional en-
tertainment has been arranged for
the afternoon's program. Mrs.
Max Cohen is president. Chairman
of the day is Mrs Joseph Rosen
hers
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The Emma Lazarus group will
celebrate Youth Aliyah with a
theatre party at the Coconut
Grove Theatre Wednesday at
2 pin "Is the Real You Really
You' will be the attraction for
the afternoon. Mrs Henrietta Fine
L-. president ot the group and Mrs
L*-e l-'inkel is chairman of the dav.
The Esther group will hold its
luncheon at the Deauville Hotel at
noon Monday. Mrs. Harry Kastan
will be the guest speaker. Presi-
dent of the group is Mrs. Michael
Feinstein.
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The Harcl group has scheduled
its March meeting for Monday
ai noon in the Algiers Hotel
Mrs. Henry B. Werniek. president
of Miami Beach Chapter, will be
the guest speaker Also scheduled
is a bazaar, proceeds for Youth
Aliyah. The Youth Aliyah lunch-
eon will be held at noon Monday,
April l. at the Imperial House.
5255 Collins Ave Entertainment is
planned for the afternoon. Mrs
Milton Weinberg is president. Mrs.
Leo Chaikin and Mrs. Aaron Cour-
shon are chairmen of the day.
The Shalom* group luncheon
is scheduled for noon on Monday
at the Carillon Hotel. Guest
speaker will be Dr. Jonah Kaplan,
and a variety show has been plan-
ned for the afternoon. Mrs. Irwin
Shapiro is president and Mrs. Jo-
seph Rappaport is program chair-
man.
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The Henrietta Szold group will
have its luncheon at 12:30 p.m.
on Monday at the Algiers Hotel.
A program of professional enter-
tainment is on the agenda. Mrs.
Sol Greenberg is president of the
group

, The Israeli group will hold its
noon luncheon Monday at the Al-
! tiers Hotel. Mrs. Joseph Meyer is
> president.

The Miami Beach Chapter was
to hold the last book review of its
. series at 1:30 p.m. Thursday in the
\ Algiers Hotel. Rabbi Stephen Ja-
cobs, of Temple Israel, was slated
, to review "The Jews of Silence,"
| by Elie Wiesel, recipient of the
Hadassah Myrtle Wreath Award
for his outstanding contributions
to the field of literature.
The Morton Towers group will
hold its Youth Aliyah luncheon at
noon Monday. April 1. in the Algiers
Hotel The Imas (mothers) and the
Abbas (fathers) for children in Is-
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Groups In Greater Miami Continue
Observance Of ORT Day -1968
Womens' American ORT Chap
ters in the Greater Miami area are
continuing their activities this
month with special ORT Day pro-
grams.
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Treasure Island Chapter's Tues-
day luncheon is at 12:30 p.m. in the
Card Room of the Treasure House
North. A documentary film, "Come
With Me, My Brother," will be
shown. Mrs. Bessie Wachs is presi-
dent, and Mrs. Philip Goldberg is
membership vice president,
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FUmingo Chapter has sched-
uled a noon luncheon Wednesday
at the Eleven Hundred Restau-
rant. 1100 West Ave. Mrs. Flor-
rnce Kupperman will be the guest
speaker. Mrs. Harry Kaufman is
president and Mrs. Lillian Kriegel
is membership vice president.

Graynolds Park Chapter is hav
ing an ORT Day Coffee at 8 p.m.
Thursday. March 28. at the home
Jl Mrs. Sam Rosenkranz. 2045 NE
198th Ter. Mellah Mother film will
be shown and there will also be a
fashion show. President is Mrs.
Arthur Ecoff; Mrs. Nathan Adel-
man is membership vice president.
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The 100 Lincoln Road Chapter
is planning an ORT Day Coffee at
noon, March 28, in the Algiers Ho-
tel, 2555 Collins Ave. Mellah Moth-
er film will be shown. President
pro-tem is Florence Powers and
sponsor is Mrs. Sam Avrach.
3 S *
Ocean Harbor Chapter held its
.uncheon Wednesday. Mrs. David
Sashion, national program chair-
man, was guest speaker. Chairman
it the day was Mrs. Betty Block,
and Mrs. Molly Segal was lunch-
eon chairman.
Mr*. Florence Blass was host-
ess at a recent luncheon of
of the Eddie Cantor Group of
Hadassah. honorinq the mem-
ber* for their work on behalf
of Hadassah.
Auxiliary Slates
'Friendship Tea9
The Department of Florida La-
dies' Auxiliary, Jewish War Vet-
erans of the United Stales, will
ponsor its annual Friendship Tea
Sunday at the Algiers Hotel, Mi-
:mi Beach. Mrs. Nat Brown. De-
Oartment president, will receive at
1 p.m.
Representatives of veterans' and
women's organizations have been
invited to bring greetings and en-
joy the afternoon.
The highlight of the Tea will be
a presentation of a "Good Citizen-
' ship'' award to Mrs. Charles II.
| (Audrey) Finkehtein, well known
i in the Greater Miami area for
her humanitarian and community
service activities.
Entertainment will be provided
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Duke Kanter, luncheon chairman. More than 1,000 attended
the event which was held to benefit the Leukemia Winq of
the Citv of Hrpe Medical Center.
Or Olom Sisterhood
Plans Dinner-Dance
The Sisterhood of Temple Or
Olom is planning a yala dinner-
dance in celebration of the tem-
ple's 12th anniversary. The festiv-
ities are planned for 9 p.m. Satur-
day. March 23. in the Temple Au-
ditorium.
Mrs. Richard Behren, ways and
means vice president, announced
that music will be by Bob Parent
and his orchestra.
Committee members are Mis.
Paul Berger, Mrs. Sam Birnhaum.
Mrs. Max Forman, Mrs. Arthur
Goldberg. Mrs. Chick Goodman.
Mrs. Martin Hirsch, Mrs. Lawrence
Kaplan. Mrs. Murray Kaye, Mrs.
Eli Kaufman and Mrs. Gerald
Schwartz. Sisterhood president is
Mrs. Joseph Rothman.
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Periodic rebellions by the Jewish
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full-scale revolt raged on for 4 years.
The Roman General, Titus, finally
conquered Jerusalem, but one Jew-
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Masada.
For three more indescribably dif-
ficult years atop Masada, the Jew ish
Zealots withstood ceaseless attacks
by legion upon legion of Romans.
Finally, the Romans pierced the
defensive wall of Masada and there
was no escape for the gallant peo-
ple who had held off the Romans so
heroically. Thus, 960 Jewish men,
women and children died at their
own hands rather than to submit
to a life of slavery. Upon entering
Masada, the conquering Romans
could only marvel at (heir courage.
The recent archeological excava-
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
It was during the flapper era that Adelaide (Mrs.
Sidney) Raffel grew up in Philadelphia. Dancing, piano
and elocution lessons were very much a part of education
then. She attended William Penn High School (an all girl
school) where she took part in
every drama performance that the
school put on.
In her junior and senior years
through her social service club,
she spent a lot of time working at
the Settlement House. She grew up
with the drive to help others be-
cause that was the example her
parents set in her home.
Her father and mother. Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Rose, were one
of the twelve couples who formed
^ the Northeastern Hebrew Orphans'
L'^P Home. Their house was always the
center for fund-raising activities,
and for interviewing of doctors,
nurses, teachers, and the children
ADELAIDE
themselves.
She attended Philadelphia Normal School, but did not
finish, deciding to marry instead. She has two sons. Carl E.
and Mark. Carl and his wife. Dorothy, are proud parents of
three sons. Mark remains a bachelor.
During the war, Adelaide was a Gray Lady with the
Red Cross in Philadelphia, worked at the hospital and in
the Temple, was active in the League of Women Voters,
and all the other organizations that are a part of one's life
if one is a club womanand Adelaide was and is.
Two years after she was widowed. Adelaide met Sidney
through mutual friends. They will soon celebrate their 19th
anniversary. For most of those 19 years, they were in a
lovely home on Alton Road, only just recently moving to
the Corinthian Apartments. Adelaide says it takes some
doing to get used to apartment living after all these years
in a house, but if she ever finds a place for all their pos-
sessions, she thinks she will like it.
Fortunately for Miami, Adelaide bumped into two ac-
tive Miami Beach clubwomen while still on her honey-
moon. Sally Krone and Irene Krensky saw to it that she
got involved in everything. She became a part of the first
sewing group of Mt. Sinai Hospital Auxiliary. Not-so-good
at sewing, she became the official baster. She wore out
many uniforms working in snack bar, gift shop and library.
She and Sidney joined Temple Israel and over the
years have done well the many jobs assigned to them. In
the early *50s, she was cochairman of the Heart Drive.
About this time her mother died of cancer, and she be-
came active in the Shore Unit of the Cancer Society which
had just been formed. A dedicated worker, she has held
many positions. For two years she was president of the
Women's Corps of Papanicolaou Cancer Research. During
her presidency, she moderated some of the TV panel shows
that were the forerunners of the talk shows of today. Under
her leadership it grew to 14 units. She is secretary of the
Board of the Cancer Institute, and on the Board of the
Women's Corps as well as that of the Dads County Ameri-
can Cancer Society.
She is a most conscientious and dedicated person and
is noted for her ability to organize. However, she is not
one for the kitchen. She feels that you cannot excel in
something you do not enjoy doing. Cooking does not appeal
to herbut traveling does. She and her husband are ex-
cellent travelers, and have had many exciting and unusual
journeys. Their trip to Russia convinced them that it was
not as communistic as they had been led to believe. In
Beirut. Lebanon, they did some shoppingan unusual ac-
tivity for them, for they devote most of their traveling
time to sightseeing. They both like music and go to all the
operas and have tickets for all of the concerts. Adelaide
also finds time for canasta and mah jongg.
Interested in the proposed Miami Beach Cultural Cen-
ter, she says she would like to see the face of Miami Beach
changed to include a place where the many different forms
of culture could be displayed with proper seating and
acoustics. These lorms of art are important to a young city
growing up.
A gentle person with a sweet smile that starts in her
eyes, Adelaide makes you feel that she is really glad to
see you, and is really interested when she says, "Hello,
how are you?"
Wedding Plans
Announced For
Rona E. Miller
The engagement of Rona Flaine
Miller to Scott Fredrick Barnett
Vai announced this week by Miss
Miller's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Miller, 330 84th St.. Miami
Beach.
Mi Barnett is the son of Mr
and Mrs. Paul Barnett, 611 NE
52nd Ter
A graduate of Miami Beach High
School. Miss Miller is now attend-
ing the University of South Florida.
Her fiance graduated from Edi-
son High School and is also cur-
rently studying at the University
of South Florida where he is presi-
dent of the student body He plans
to attend the University of Miami
Law School.
The wedding is planned for June
of next year
Helene Tendrich.
Leon >/. Firtel
Are Betrothed
Dr and Mrs. Max Tendrich.
1030 S Greenway Dr.. Coral Ga-
bles, announce the engagement of
their daughter, Helene Sandra, to
loon M. Firte!
Mr. Firtel is the son of Mr. and
Mrs Irving Firtel of Miami Beach.
Miss Tendrich attended (orai
Gables Senior High School and the
University of Miami and is a grad
uate of Northwestern University
School of Dental Hygiene.
Mr. Firtel attended Miami Beach
Senior High School and was grad-
uated from the University of Flor-
ida. He was a member of the Pi
Lambda Phi Fraternity.
A June wedding is planned.
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Jon ire Fleischer
Engaged To Wed
Stephen Stepner
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Fleischer
of Charlotte. N.C.. and formerly of
Miami, announce the engagement
of their daughter. Janice, to
Stephen Stepner. son of Mrs Sara
Jane Stepner. 2421 North Bay Rd
Miami Beach, and the late Dr. A.
Lester Stepner.
Miss Fleischer attended Miami
Beach Senior High School and is
a sophomore at the University of
North Carolina.
Mr S'epner. also an alumnus of
Miami Beach Senior High School,
attended the Pennsylvania School
of Textiles and Science.
The wedding is planned for No-
vember in Charlotte.
Werner Kalin
MISS CATHY SANDIER
August .\uptwls
Announced For
Cathy Sandier
Mr and Mrs. Sol Sandier "I
18705 NE 21st Ave North Miami
Beach, announce the engagement
of their daughter. Cathy Ellen, to
Richard II Mason, sen of Mr. and
Mrs. PhilliD Mason of 6108 Ro! in-
wood Rd.. Bethesda. Md.
Miss Sandier attends the Univer-
sity of Maryland where she is a
sociology major.
Mr. Mason attended the Univer-
sity of Maryland, v. here he ma-
jored in business.
An August wedding i| planned.
Technion Study Group
The Technion Study Group,
which was to have met Friday,
March 15. will hold its meeting at
10:30 a.m. Friday. March 29. at
the home of Mrs. Morton Fellman.
12835 SW 75th Ave.
Sandra Agronow Is Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Agro-
now, 3969 S W2nd St, announce
the engagement o: their daughter,
Sandra, to Arthur Louis Bland
Mr. Bland is the ;on of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack P. Bland, 2355 N"W B'li
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Francine Vratn
Is Engaged To
Bernard Silver
Mrs. Beatrice Gerson Dash of
Miami Beach and Philadelphia
has announced the engagement of I
her daughter, Francine Gerson
Uram. to Bernard C. Silver.
Mr. Silver is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Leon Silver of North Miami
Beach and New York.
Miss Uram is the granddaughter
oi the late Sam Gerson of Phila-
delphia and Miami Beach.
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Ellen Stosser Is
The Bride Of
Joel Rosenblatt
Mr. and Mrs. Joel D. Rosenblatt
...re off on a Jamaica honeymoon
- week after their wedding Sat-
riav evening, March 16. at Beth
avid Synagogue.
Kabbi Sol Landau officiated at
She ceremony.
The bride is the former Ellen
c arol Stosser. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs William Stosser. 9005 SW
45th Ter.
The groom is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Rosenblatt. 1358 Penn-
sylvania Ave.. Miami Beach.
Beth Stosser was maid of honor.
Mrs David Boas, matron of honor.
and bridesmaids were Ellen Rosen-
blatt and Sandra Chaykin.
The groom was attended by Ar-
r Rosenblatt, best man. and
ushers Charles Koch. Marshall
Vexler and Alan Dolinsky.
rhe new Mrs. Rosenblatt chose a
. un of white peau de soie. Chan-
lj lace with pearls and a cathe
ral length train, a bouffant veil
i-:th a crown of pearls and rhine-
j:ones.
A graduate of Southwest Hiuh
School and the University of Flor-
a. the bride is currently major-
l in speech pathology at the
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University of Florida Graduate
School, where she is affiliated with
Sigma Alpha Eta.
Mr Rosenblatt is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School and the
University of Florida and is cur-
rently attending the University of
Florida I.aw School. His fraterni-
it are Alpha Kapa Psi (National
Business l'raternit\) and Delta
Pi (National law Frater-
, nity).
The couple will make their
home in Gainesville.
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A Sunday afternoon ceremony on
March 17 at Beth Torah Congre-
gation united Miss Roberta Band,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chan-
non Band. 820 NE 178th Ter.,
North Miami Beach, with Barry
Stephen Diamond, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Diamond, 411 NE 164th
St.. North Miami Beach.
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz offici
ated at the ceremony.
Mrs. Phillip Blecker was matron
of honor for her sister, and Miss
Cecelia Davidson was maid of hon-
or. Mrs. Marshall Shcinblatt. the
bride's cousin, and Miss Honey
Rose served as bridesmaids.
Bill Diamond was best man for
his brother; Marvin Buchner. Phil
Up Blecker. Carl Carillo and Holdt
Carver served as ushers.
The bride chose an all lace gown
with a wedding ring collar. long
pointed sleeves, an empire waist on
ar, Aline skirt with scalloped hem-
line and Alencon lace- appliqued
train. Her bouquet was a white
orchid surrounded by white roses.
A graduate of Miami Norland
Senior High, the new Mrs. Dia-
mond attended the University of
Miami and plans to attend the
University of Indiana in June.
Her husband is a graduate of
North Miami Senior High and will
graduate this June from Knox Col-
lege, Galesburg. III. He plans to
attend graduate school at the Uni-
versity of Indiana.
After a honeymoon in Nassau,
the couple plans to live in Gales-
burg. 111.
One of 'Top Ten Women'
Miss Agnes B. Barber, president
ol the Peoples First National Bank
oi Miami Shores, and a member of
the Miami Charter Chapter of the
American Business Women's Asso-
ciation, was selected as one of the
Top Ten Women of the Year-' at
the Association's national conven-
tion in Las Vegas.
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An entertainment program will
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Luncheon of the National Parkin
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Division to be held at noon on
Wednesday.
Mrs. Ethel Toll is in charge oi
ticket sales for the event, whir .
will be held in the Red Carpel
Room of Harbour House SoutK
10295 Collins Ave.. Bal Harbour
Featured on the program of en
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will present several acts, am1
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TRUE OR FALSE?
Carlos Corelli. the tenor, and his wife, live in
my building. All of my life I have heard that
tenors sing in the shower Although I creep
around and nonchalantly listen outside their
windows I've never heard one sound! Check it off.
false. Tenors do not sing in the shower.
IT WAS A DAPPLE GRAY HORSE
But it wasn't a hobby horse. It was a great
big live one that I.ady Godiva rode in the floor
show at the Carillon Hotel. Everyone seemed to
be having iun. Chuck Schlakman and his Joann
were at the same table with Richard Gerstein and
Carol, and David and Alice Goodheart.
Myra and Aaron Karr saw Ken Myers. But
although they looked in front of him, behind him
and beside him they did not see a date. Mayor
and Mrs. Jay Dermer and the Jason Berkmans
were also seen. Mayor Chuck Hall was there alone,
his wife was still going through customs on her
way back from Nassau.
A REAL BRICK
It was in June 1967 motoring to camp with
their grandchild that Judge Charles and Hilda
Gerller went off the road in a freak accident thai
landed Hilda in a Georgia Hospital for two weeks
and then h; me to bed. It was a fracture of the
Vertebra which sounds a little better than a
broken back. It was ju>t recently that Hilda was
allowed up and it will be at least another nine
months until she will be able to assume at least
part of her normal wa> of life.
Hilda is cheenul with her family, on the
phone and with visitors." I'm grateful, she says.
"It could have been worse." There is nothing
she can do but talk, read or watch TV. She
sa>s her husband has been teriffic. they know
exactly,what four walls look like Her reading
habits have changed. Instead of fiction she now
reads histories and biographies; learning books
now appeal to her. The TV however doesn't go
on til the news at night. Soap box operas are
not for her. She is living one. She's a real brick.
IT DOESN'T SEEM POSSIBLE
I read in the paper that Stanley Tate is
running for reelection to the Bay Harbor Islands
Town Council, a seat that he has held for twelve
years. How many years have passed, nearly
twenty ot them since I first met him when he
married Joni Greenwood.
They had their first dinner party in their
honeymoon apartment. Our Jere was on leave
from the navy in the tightest whitest uniform
they had Joni wouldn't let anyone go into the
kitchen or help. Everytime she took the dishes
off the table or brought in the next course she
was gone for ages. At last the five hour dinner
was over and we sat with our coffee. "Now." we
said, "we'll do the dishes and you rest." With
much surprise Joni said. There aren't any dishes.
Everytime I went into the kitchen I did them."
Remember that dinner, Stanley and Joni?
A JUST-TO-BE Happy PARTY
Richard and Edythe Block had a real Go Go
party. All black and white. The patio was black
and white, the tent white, the dance floor cover-
ing the pool had a white skirt. Even the Go Go
girl* .vnre in black and white cages.
Edythe in a black and white Paris outfit with
a 1o..k wnitc cigaret holder and a black cigaret
stood with Richard at the door (he looked
Humphrey Bogartish) in a black shirt and white
tie. All the guests came in black and white. No
exception. Everyone felt good. They danced and
drank till well past three. They walked in but
flew out. Edythe's brother Philip H. Weinbcrg
flew in for the evening from Albany.
Amonk the guests were Mr and Mrs. Jerry
Stern. Milton H. Bernstein. Mr. and Mrs. Ted
Arenson. Mr. and Mrs Irving Schwartz, Dr. and
Mrs. Stanley Dick, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Thai. Mr.
and Mrs Mitchell Fried. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Cas-
man. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Frohman. Mr. and
Mrs Fred Warren. Mr. and Mrs. Si Keith and
Mr. and Mrs Harold Feinberg. Senator and Mrs
Milford Hull were there Irom New York. Mr.
Hull is the grandson of Cordell Hull, former
Secretary of state.
THEY CAN COOK WHEN THEY WANT TO
Lottie (Mrs. Emil) Morton had a fine idea.
She invited some of her friends for lunch. There
was one requisite. Each one had to bring a
favorite recipe. The tables were set up all over
the house, all yellow and white with glittering
decorative cook books flanking the floral center-
pieces. They all read their recipes which were
discussed and copied. Lottie gave her one for
stuffed cabbage and lemon garlic dressing. Ruth
(Mrs. Leo) Kupper at Lottie's request brought her
baked fruit with macaroons recipe. I've been
using Ruth's recipe for cheesecake for years. It's
wonderful.
Bill Singers's wife, Ida brought her recipe for
a carrot mold and Belle (Mrs. Irving) Lehrman
one for braised ribs. The delicious lunch, music
and champagne made it a very glamorous
occasion. Other guests were Mrs. Bert Parks (she
had a short-cut recipe for a curry soup), Mrs.
William Wickman. Mrs. Sam Luby Jr., and Mrs.
Max Boderman.
Jeffrey B. Koch Is
Air Force Officer
SAN ANTONIO. Tex Jeffrey
B. Koch, son of Mrs. Sylvia R.
Koch, of 809 South Ocean Dr..
Hollywood, has
been commis-
sioned a second
lieutenant
in the U.S. Air
Force upon his
graduation
from OTS (Of-
ficer Training
School) at Lack-
land AFB, Tex.
Lt. Koch, se-
lected for OTS
through compet-
itive examination, is being assign-
ed to Keesler AFB, Miss., for train-
ing as a communications officer
The lieutenant, a graduate of
South Broward High, earned his
A.S. degree from the Junior Col-
lege of Broward County in Fort
Lauderdale. and his B.S.B.A. de-
gree from the University of Flor-
ida, where he is a member of Tau
Epsilon Phi.
His wife. Sharon, is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Krovetz
of 275 Falrwaj Dr., Miami Beach
Fla
Jeffrey Kcfc
New Lake Park
Condominium Is
Being Constructed
The Lake Park Condominium
I Apartment-Residences, a planned
community within a con- Jnitv
are well under constructor it Skv
Lake North.
Designed to meet the r. ,j for
privacy and outdoor rec.re-.in jn
this era of ever-shrinking living
space, the new community |j |0.
cated on a 35-acre lake shore site
: near Interstate-95 on NT 1990,
Street at NE 10th Avenue. ,hort
drive from Miami Beach
The new community is being de-
veloped by the Radice Rea^v'and
Construction Corp.. which : wide-
I ly known from New York Flor-
ida for its distinctive design and
overall planning to meet the
changing needs of mod, day
living.
Frances lehmon
t
-
Asthmatic Children's Unit
The Crystal Chapter of the Asth
matic Children's Foundation will
hold its fourth annual luncheon on
Wednesday at the Doral Hotel.
Luncheon chairman is Mrs. Hen-
r\ Gewitz; ticket chairman is Mrs
Rose Kushner.
Manischewitz To Use Masada Story
As Its Passover Advertising Theme
The B. Manischewitz Co., the
world's largest producer of tradi-
tional Passover foods, has chosen
an institutional theme for its Pass-
over advertising.
The only non-fat
milk that tastes
fattening.

T.M.

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Instant Non Fat Dry Milk
%
That's one of the special things about ALBA. It
tastes so rich and fresh you'd swear it's fattening.
But it's not! It's got all of the whole milk B Vitamins,
proteins, calcium and mineralswithout the calo-
ries. (Only 62 or so per 6 oz. glass.) Another thing is
the low cost. About 110 a quart.
Certified KOSHER by the Union of Orthodox Jewith
Congregation! of America
In place of specific food product
advertising. Bernard Manische-
witz, president, has revealed that
the bulk of print and broadcast
advertising will carry the story
of Masada.
Mr. Manischewitz noted, "The
Masada epic is one that carries a
very special message for Jewish
people the world over. In view of
Israel's unyielding fight for exist-
ence, we feel impelled to retell the
2.000-year-old story of Masada that
has only recently come alive for
all people who would live free in
thought, deed and worship."
Manischewitz will unfold the
story of Masada in more than 80
regional and national Anglo-Jewish
publications and in Look. Life, and
the New York Times, as well as
major radio outlets.
To further dramatize the mean-
ing of Masada for young people.
Manischewitz offers in each ad au-
thentic reproductions of a shekel
and half shekel, coins used at the
time of Masada. beautifully bur-
nished and antique in appearance.
The coins may be obtained by
writing to Manischewitz Masada
Coins, P.O. Box 46, Newark, N.J.
07101 and enclosing 50 cents to
cover the cost of handling and
postage.
B'nai B'rith Women
The regular meeting of the Mi-
ami Beach B'nai B'rith Women's
Chapter No. 519 will be held at
the Deauville Hotel at noon Thurs-
day. March 28.
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earliest Jewish settlers of Philadel-
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Lancaster, where he died in 1733.
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Frier-/. March 22. 1968
^
fJenist Mnridtor
Paqe 11-B
Bill Flynn In Bid
For House Seat
Bill Flvnn. South Darie restau-
rant cwner and civic leader, has
announced that he will be a can-
didate for the state legislature in
the May Democratic primary. Mr.
Flynn said he would seek the Dis-
trict S3 open seat, formerly held
by Rtp. Louis Wolfson. Wolfson
has said he will run in District 111
which covers both Dade and Mon-
roe Counties.
Mr Flynn for the past two years
has .-rved on the Dade County
Water and Sewer Board. He is past
director of the Hope Mentally Re-
tarded Children's Home, is a com-
mittee member of the North-South
Shrini Charity Football Came,
and is active in the Mahi Shrine.
He is currently campaign district
major for the Boy Scouts of Amer-
ica.
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Family, Friends
When friends and family gather
in a Jewish home, a "L'Chayim"
is traditionally in order. A toast to
health and prosperity always adds
flavor when a congenial group of
people meet. The one drink that
adds particular flavor to a "L'-
Chayim** is Sanka Coffee.
Sanka. as you may know, is the
97 percent caffein free coffee. It
tastes as good as or better than
your usual col fee. and it lends
flavor to a toast because It's full
ot 100 percent real coffee flavor.
Only the catfein has been remov-
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coffee enjoyment for any occasion.
After your hearty dinner party
or any time you feel like having a
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* U~Ut fUrHictr
Friri Mr*i ?">
JSar FIRST OHGANIZ'iD 11
effort desfgrred to jtl
::: Ill 1858 in H
David Bre$>r
David, son c! Mr an<1 Mr* E!i
Breger, 17101 NE 11th Ct, M< rth
Miami Beach, will observe i.
Mitzvah Saturday morning. !
23. at Beth Torah Congregation.
A fourth year student of the
Harold Wolk Religious s
David will be a member of the
onfirmaticn class of 1969.
Mr. and Mrs. Breger w II spin
sor the Oneg Shabbat following
the services.

Eric Catz
Saturday morning. March 23.
Eric, son of Mr and Mrs Jerome
Alan Colbuf
Richard Kramer
West Miami Junior
>). .*
A..: rig out< (f-tOWO guests
en's uncle. Michael
an, Philadelphia, and her
mcle and iunt from Daytona
Beach. Mr. and Mrs Arthur R.
I Schwartz.
Fo'Iowing the services, her par-
.it- will host the Oneg Shabbat.
Alan Galbut
A!an Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Paul Galbut. will become Bar Mitz-
vah at Beth David Synagogue Sat-
jrday morning, March 23.
Alan, an honor student at Shen-
andoah Junior High, is the grand-
son of the late Mayor of South
Beach. A! Galbut, and the nephew
.1 Hyman Galbut. former Miami
3each Councilman.
A Kiddush hosted by his parents
will follow the services, and a re-
ception and dinner in his honor
a;II be held Sundav at the Algiers
Hotel.
Guests from New Jersey. New
York. Oklahoma and California
are expected to attend.
s
Nehenvah, internationally famous wood scu'ptor, explains
his art objects, bc3ed on Jewish themes, to Stephen Fleish-
man and Doiis Faro, students, as a session of ihe Hebrew
High School ci the Bureau of Jewish Education.
MIAMI PMIRACIE
\ ""*" r 1 c
163-St. IFAIM SPRINGS
Mitzvah Saturday. March 23 at ANTIPATRIS was 3 fortified city
[*1iM'
Catz. 2103 Country Club Prado.
Coral Gables, will become Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Or Olom.
Eric is an eighth grade student
at Ponce de Leon Junior High.
Among the guests expected are
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Novick. Lin-
den. N.J., Erics maternal grand-
parents: Mrs. Sally Catz. of Phila-
lelphia. his paternal grandmother,
and his godmother. Mrs. Gertrude
Weisman. of Plainfield. N.J.
Mr. and Mrs. Catz will host the
Kiddush following the services -nd
a luncheon will be held Saturday
afternoon at the Yorkshire Inn
honoring the celebrant
Jaffrey Corak
Jeffrey, son of Mr. and Mrs. My-
ron Corak. 1S960 Highland Lakes
Blvd., will observe his Bar Mitz
van Saturday morning. March 23.
at Beth Torah Congregation
A student of the Mitzvah class.
Jeffrey will be a member of the
ronfirmation class of 1969.
Following the services. Mr. and
Mrs. Corak will sponsor the Oneg
Shabbat in his honor.
* <
Karen Fin
On Friday. March 22. Karen, the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
Fine. 6016 SW 13th Ter.. will be-
come Bas Mitzvah at the 8:15 p.m.
1 Tvices at Temple Or Olom.
Karen is a seventh grade honor
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Michael Gross
Michael, son of Mr, and Mrs.
Marvin Gross. 19527 NE 22nd Aye.,
North Miami Beach, will observe
in Judea. built by Herod in
First Century, 3CE. and named
Jtrilynm Reviti Sheree Silverman
iris Bar Mitzvah Saturday morn-
ng. March 23. at the Chizuk
Amuno Synagogue-in Baltimore.
Aid., the same synagogue where
lis grandttther and great-grand-
ather were Bar Mitzvah.
Michael, vice president of the
larold Wolk Religious School, will
ontinuewith his education at Beth
Torah Hebrew School upon his re-
turn.
Attending the Bar Mitzvah will
ie his grandparents, Mr and Mrs.
v Manford Uobinson, as well as
ris great grandmother. Mrs Maur
ce Robinson.
Wendy Hahn
Wendy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
tidney Hahn. 17745 NE 9th PI..
North Miami Beach, will observe
ier Bas Mitzvah Friday evening.
March 22. at Beth Torah Congre-
gation.
A student of the Pre-Confirma-
tion class. Wendy will be a mem-
ier or the Confirmation class of
1969.
Mr. and Mrs. Hahn will sponsor
'he Oneg Shabbat In her honor,
following the services
Richard Kramer
Richard Warren, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Kramer, will become
' : Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-EI
Saturday, March 23.
iard is in the seventh grade
I ince de I eon Junior High.
he an A student
The 1 will be honored at
reception in Sirkin Hall imrne-
(he worship
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Fisher and
Gertrude Kramer, Richard's
grandparents, will attend.
Jrhn Mantell
in of Mr. and Mrs Mur-
ray Mantell, will observe hi.- Bar
Temple Zion.
A seventh grade pupil at Ri-
viera Junior High, and a member
of the school band. John also plays alter tne kin?'s fa,hei- Antipatei
the piano He is a member of Boy JEWS first arrived in Brit-
Scout Troop No. 4. I lumb'a on the west coast o. Can-
Mr. and Mrs. Mantell will host ada during the gold rush of 1858
a reception Saturday evening in ,,, p_ ... ,.
the Social Hall of Temple Zion ,n '" ***** Rlver V"le>-
honor of the celebrant.

Jerilynn Revitz
Friday evening. March 22, at
the 8:15 p.m. services in the main
sanctuary of Temple Ner Tamid.
Jerilynn, daughter of Mr. and Mr-
Robert Revitz. 9418 W. Broadview
Dr.. Bay Harbor Islands, will be
Bas Mitzvah.
Jerilynn. a student at Nautilus
Junior High and Temple NY:
Tamid Religious School, is a mem- i
ber of the Science Club and is in [
the school orchestra.
An Oneg Shabbat in her honor
will be hosted by Jerilynn's par-
ents.
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Sheree Silverman
Sheree Joy. daughter of Mr and .
Mrs Myer Silverman. will become
Baj Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-EI
Saturday, March 23.
A seventh grade student at Nau-
tilus Junior High. Sheree plays the
violin and collects stamps.
The celebrant will be honored
it a Kiddush in the Mural Room
mmedialely following the worship
service.
Sheree's grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs. A. Sinister of Canada, will
attend the event.
David Streit
David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bur-
'on Streit. will become Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday. March 23. at Beth
Moshe Congregation, conducting
the traditional services and chant-
ing the Haftorah. Rabbi David Ro-
senfeld and Cantor Ben Zion Kir-
schenbaum will also officiate.
David's parents will sponsor an
Oneg Shabbat Friday evening and
a Kiddush following services Sat-
urday in Popiel Social Hall in his
honor.
David is a student of Ihe Beth
Moshe Religious School and North
Miami Junior High School.
Among relatives celebrating the
occasion will be David's grand-
mother, Mrs. Helen Kay. of Miami,
and his aunt and uncle. Helen and
Warren Barr. of New Jersey.
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by TERENCE FRISBY
>
OPENING TUES..
Tho Dvid M.mck Production
Prior to Broodwap
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REALLY YOUr
by JOHN TOBIAS
COMEDY OF LOVE ANO UAWA0E
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Tridov, March 22. 1968
+Jcnisfi fkuridliain
Page 13-B
Samuel L Seltzer
Is Executive V.P.
C f Garner Bask
L 5 z r, a former'
Beach ba A cial, has re-
[hi B ach as i xecutive
the Carrier Rank
\ Bi as ai noui
: '. i : chairma
Wh t of the Beach.
- : .. pery acth
k-h frartemaJ it jnic and :.
.. -. ":. is
his bank t! I
..: Lai his 2 -
-
\ atio: .;. and a [ra luate of
Ha I of Banki
r ': isconsin, Mr.
fw< :. Ro ;er and
' iated with the
UStl '. WO id. C l]
marri daughti r,
Ho Iiv New York.
Mr. Settler's banking career be-
in 1S>2S when, at 20 years of
.. he was vice president, trust
B< r and house counsel with the
Wesl Side Trust and Savings Bank
(:" Chicago. If the ensuing years
he served as vice president and
s.i :.n rzirz:x
officei ii ther C
,. i' -, lenl ol
nks and one in Florida.
s previous years in Mi-
ch. 1 i ma e chairman
... Florida Bankers Association
Group 8 (which is comprised of
ive South Florida counties).
He is a member in good stand-
I ing of the Chicago. Illinois, and
American Bar Associations.
JHA Auxiliary Schedules
Donor Book Project Event
Greater Miami Women's Auxil-
iary. Jewish Home for th < ,'.
'.'ill hold its annual Donor Book
presentation at a
'' wn m .uescia.v in the Ru-
; 8 v ,! i' '" ol the Algiers Hotel.
I'll.' :n. e will be
pre. dent. Mrs.
i Silverman.
s 1 lonor
.- .. man
'Heart Cf A Jew' Is
Israelite Sisterhood Topic
i Ji wi :. Music
' ;' Avrom L. Dram.
" Israelite
' r, am Cantor Nathan Par-
nass. will pre- progr m en-
titled "Tl H ol a Jew." at
the r eting of the Dora
I ai the Temple at
8 p.m Tuesday Sisterhood ;
lenl s Mrs. Sol Koenigsbei j; Mrs.
Avrom Diazin is program chair-
man,
Comparing notes on the Annual Beih Sholom Sister-
hood Luncheon, Wednesday at the Don! Beach Hotel
Starlight Room, ere (frcm left! Mrs. Robert Jaife, Mrs. Sarah
Frishmcn and Mis. Marvin Cocper.
Fourteenth Season For Camp Ocala
A 250-acre funin-the-sun setting movies ... or wiener roasts. Reg-
in the heart of the beautiful Ocala ular side-trips are taken by the
National Forest is the home of Campers to such north central
Camp Ocala. recognized as one of Florida attractions as Six Gun
the nation's leading summer camps Territory and Cape Kennedy's
ior bovs and girls. Space Port.
Starncs Will Seek
Metro Reelection
County Commissioner Earl M.
Starnes has announced that he
will seek reelection to a second
term. Mr. Starnes. 41. represents
With its 14th summer season
just a couple of months away.
Camp Ocala has already sched-
uled a full list of activities for the
300 happy youngsters who will ar-
rive at Camp on June 24th.
Magnificent trees and rolling
hills lead right to the edge of
spring-fed Lake Sellers. Here, boys
and girls ages 5-16 will enjoy daily-
swimming and water-skiing, daily
horseback riding, boating and sail-
ing, riflery, archery, volleyball,
tennis, scuba diving, trampoline
instruction, and lots more.
For the first time. Camp Ocala
youngsters will enjoy daily golfing
.nstruction this summera first in
the state of Florida. They'll enjoy
a private pitch-n-putt course right
on the Camp grounds and regular
play on a nearby professional golf
course.
Campers also learn dramatics,
creative arts and crafts, wood-
working, ceramics and dancing. In
the evening, there arc campfires
and studies of Indian lore ... or
The serious side to camping also
includes Camp Ocala's unique
Ketch-Up Klinicdaily individu-
alized instruction for the young-
sters in reading, math, musical in-
struments and Bar Mitzvah in-
struction. For parents who want to
have their children use the sum-
, mer to brush up on school subjects,
the Ketch-Up Klinic provides the
perfect solution.
I
From water safety classes to
Friday Sabbath Services, Camp
; Ocala offers youngsters a full
range of activities, classes and
naining.
The Camp, which maintains
year-round offices at 1451 N. Bay-
shore Dr.. Miami, is the home of
the American Red Cross Aquatic
School.
Camp directors are Theodore R.
Struhl, M.D., resident physician at
Camp Ocala: Major Leonard Woll-
man and his brother, Root it H.
v\ oilman, both of whom are prin-
cipals in the Dade Countv public
school system: and longtime di-
rectors Frankie and Ben Miller.
District 7 in Dade County's south-
west section. He was elected to the
Commission in 1964.
An architect, and former presi- j
dent of the Florida South Chapter
of the American Institute of Archi-
tects. Mr. Starnes fought success-
fully for the reorganization of key
city and county agencies into the
Metropolitan Dade Housing and .
Urban Development Department
to speed new housing and redevel- ,
opment for the area.
He has played a leading role in
attempts to locate a state mental
health facility in Dade County. ,
Produced under strict Rabbinical supervision Ceitilicajj^on request
Deaths In Greater Miami
Mrs. Louis Glasser. chairman of the Greater Miami Jewish
Welfare Board's Armed Services Committee, receives a
special plaque honoring her long and devoted service in
helping Jewish men and women in uniioim. The honor
was bestowed at a Board of Directors Meeting of the YM-
YWHA oi Greater Miami. Makim the presentation are:
Paul Faske. president of the YMHA (left! and Benjamin
Sternberg. director of the National JWB Armed Services
Division.
Valenti's Known For
Its Italian Cuisine
A multiplicity of aromas will
tantalize your "scent-ses" upon en-
tering Valenti's and no wonder.
A sextet of chefs (four cooks, a
salad man and a baker) masters of
their trades, are busily engaged
from morning until night whipping
up the specialties for which the
fine establishment is noted.
Valenti's Restaurant. 1300 NW
7th Ave is Miami's home of "Ital-
; ian cuisine par excellence."
Proprietor Charles Valenti es-
tablished his Italy Valenti's in the
heart of downtown Miami in 1939.
Since then Valenti's has expanded
to meet the dining needs of an
ever growing city.
Following up his excellent din-
ner-time trade. Charlie opened his
restaurant to luncheon business
just one year ago. and has fast
become host to one of the most
popular dining places in Miami for
downtowners at noon-time.
Valenti's caters to club meetings
(having exceptionally fine facili-
ties for group gatherings), bridal
showers, wedding parties even
Bar Mltzvahs, Chef Rinaldo La-
monti can cook up any dish you
request tor a gathering of up to
100 people.
Among the delicacies made
"right on the spot" are lasagna.
ravioli, bread sticks that melt in
your mouth, fettuccine. and for
- rt, cannolli (pastry stuffed
with cheese, powdered sugar, fruit
and chocolate).
The recipe for fettuccine. by the
way, was given to Charlie Valenti
by the famed "Alfredo of Rome."
To start off a perfect meal, bar-
tender Tony Verdoni has his own
favoritebourbon liqueur. Italian
vermouth, and a twist of lemon.
A troupe of musicians entertain
each evening, when Valenti's takes
on a very European atmosphere,
from the contagious Sicilian grin
ol host Charlie Valenti (who will
greet you personally at the door)
to the delicious cuisinejust like
Mama Mia used to make. ST
HOROVIT2. Adolph. 79. of 1868 SW
17 St. Riverside Chapel.
JOFFE, Samuel, >:7. of 28*9 Collma
Ave. Riverside Chap I.
KAT2. Mrs. Fannie. 7". of s30 NEE 159
gt. MlllgnW Chapel.
katz. j..s Rlvt rslde Chapel.
KATZ. Max H 7". of IW Day Rd.
Rivt rsldc Chapel.
KELINSON, Sam L, 62, of /-> Bay
Rd. Riverside Chap klein. uw E.. 7';. of 958 Colllna
Avi. Riverside Chapel.
KURT. Joseph. 73. of 538 "..an Dr.
Riverside Chapel.
lapin. Abraham, 77 ,of MM Colllna
Ave. Riverside Chapel.
LEVINE. Jack E.. 78, of Sid Collins
Av. Riverside.
LEVITAN. Paul. .'.:.. of 1280 Marseille
Dr. Newman Chapel.
ORLEVITZ. Mrs. Mabel, 77. of 1040
i; St. Newman chapel.
ARNSTEIN, Mrs. Annie, 84, Of MO
Colllna Av**. Riverside Chapel.
OSHEROFF. Mrs. Ilussie. 74. of S4
Miller Dr. Riverside.
ROSENBLUM, David, 65, of 5<'8 8.
Itis.-ayne Dr. Riverside Chapel.
SAXE. Abraham. 7. of 4385 Colllna
Avi liivi ralde chap, I.
SELIGSON. Miss Hannah. 77. of Miami
Beai-h, Riverside Chapel
VOGEL. Mrs. Sarah. 7::. of -.''. -'.'. St.
Gordon Chapel.
WEBER, John H.. 67, of 14" NE 1 St
Qordon chapel .
WEINBERG. Milton, 9. of 9373
Carlysle Ave. Riverside Chapel.
WEINER. Mrs Dora, 73. of 744 Euclid
Ave. River* Ide Chap* I
WEINGARTEN. Molli.. 71, of 1111"
N\v 58 Ave Hlaleah. Gordon Chapi I
BEAUCAIRE. Jacques, ->. ".4" Weal
Av.- Gordon Chape'
KATZ. Max H 70, 1300 Bay Rd. Rlv-
erelde Chapel.
KELINSON. Sam I... 62, I..... I'- > Rd
Riverside Chapel.
klein. Leon E 76, 933 Collins Ave.
Riverside Chapel
levine. Jack EC 78. 5161 Collins
Ave Riverside Chapel
SELIGSON. Miss Hannah, 77. l Mi-
ami Beach. Riverside Chapel
WEINER. Mrs Dora, 73. 744 Euclid
Ave Riverside Chapel
WEINGARTEN. Molli.-. 71. 11110 NW
58th Ave. Qordon Chapel
BERIG. Mr- Hay. 78, ">4 Ocean Dr.
N, \\ man Chapel.
BRUCKNER. Richard, 71, *- Collins
Ave Newman Chanel
FRANKEl. Leopold, 95, 959 Wesl Ave
Gordon Chanel Interment Ml Xebo
Goldman. Samuel, 62, 5211 Colllni
Ave H W Beyer Chapi I
greenwalo. Bertha, >. 270 SW
25th Rd. Cot.I.hi Chap, I
KARPELES, Adolph, 68, 1071 NK l< !rd
SI I lor.ion 'lap. I
KLEEGGER. Mrs V. Its 12350 SW
-ih St. Riverside Chapel
LEVY. William. 68, 7305 Harding Ave
Rlv. ."-M. Chapel.
ORING. ESdv nrd, 63,
Rfversldi Chapel
RIT2ENBERG. Mi- T. ,. :-
l \,vt Rivet 1" I.
BLUM. Morn-. 73, S540 SW '7th Ave
covi.....*hanel.
HANDELSMAN. Jan:.-. 1101 V W
I 1th SI <;...!.'> I "I-:.o. '
|.,.h:.| | u.o |..; i.;t ||->1
FRIEDMAN. Morris, |S, S43 Ni:
' an-* Riverside <'hani I
GOLDBERG. Samuel, 7". 40 Belli Isle
Riverside Chanel
GOLDMAN. Philip .1. 81. -"!r. SW
19th St. Cordon Chanel.
KNOPFER. Morris. 7". 7::4n c
Avi Blasberg >'i an, |
levy. Manny li o, I SW 7.;ih
St, Riverside Chapel.
MARANER. William. 71. 511 7:.ih SI
Riverside chapel.
MAYER. Mrs. Anna. 70, 441 Colllni
Ave Hiverside Chanel
NATHAN. Sydney. 1865 79th St CaUSI
way. n,a-!berK Chapel.
SCHLOSSMAN. Mrs Rosa, S3. 1506
tv "' Riverside Chapel Interment
Mt. Nebo.
SCMOLL. Ja.V E. '*.. J9M Gary Ave.
Riverside Chapel.
SOLOVSSKY, Mrs. Leah, BS, 6320 Al-
hyman. Georce M.< 70, 93n e. Ba>
Harlx-r Dr. Riverside Chapel.
KATZ, Jostph. 7'1. HK1 NE l9th SI.
Riverside Chapel.
LANDMAN, Harry v.. 73, 155 Ocean
Dr. Newman Chapel.
LEVITAN. Paul, ".. IStO Marseille Dr.
Newman Chapel.
loveman. Mrs. Bather, 70, 7901 SW
.'.3rd C't. Cordon Chapel.
PATIGALLO, Seymour, 46, 119H0 NE
lth Dr. Riverside Chapel. Interment
Mt. Nebo
ROSENSTOCK, Mrs. Esther, 74. 1901
Colllna Ave. Riverside Chapel.
WARSHAUER, Mrs. Rose, 71, 1228
Euolid Ave. Riverside Chapel.
BATOZECH, Mrs. Carrie. 65, 16125 NE
19th Cl. Riverside Chapel.
BUCK, Norman, 79. 2940 Collins Ave.
Riverside Chapel.
DILWORTH. Mrs. (Jerlrude Ray, 70
728 Alton Rd. Blaahert Chapel.
HAMMERMAN. .Mrs. Rebecca, 78. 7970
Hawthorne Ave. Newman Chapel.
SHAPIRO. Abraham. 7S, 31 Euclid
Ave. Riverside Chapel.
STEINER. Wolf, 77. 151 NE 52nd SI.
Riverside Chapel.
STOLLER. Leon, J8, 446 14lh St. Riv-
. ralde 'hap, I,
COHEN. Samuel. 70. 370 SW 1st St.
Gordon Chapel.
CRANE. Ben, ''.7. 7315 Carlyle Ave.
Riverside Chapel.
GELI.ER. Louis, 74, 860 Ocean Dr.
Newman chapel.
jacobs. Mrs Jennie cold. so. mm
Ba> Harbor Ter. Riverside chapel.
LACKRITZ. Harry I!. 68, IMM Bis-
cayne Blvd. Riverside chapel.
PRESS, ill- Bertha Kay. 64, 800
Wesl Av. Riverside Chapel.
ROGOFF. Samuel. 72, 1226 Drexel Ave
Riverside Chapel
SALTZMAN. Hymaii. 78, 1433 Collins
Av. Blasberg Chapel,
WEINER, Sam. vi. 6043 SW 7lh St
Gordon chapel.
WENECK. Mrs Kannie, ,17. xo8 Col-
lins Ave Riverside chapel
BREAN. Walter I... 7l'. 721 15th Si
Rlv< i -;! "hanel,
COHEN. Jack, 69, 1949 NB 172nd si
River-ill- Chan.-I.
COHEN. Samuel, 77. 128 44th St Rlv
. rslde Chapel.
finn. Beatrice, 56, 1051 w (6th si
Riverside t 'liap. I
FRIEDMAN. Mr- Katie. '.>. 17"1 James
\ve. il w. Beyer Chapel.
GARD. Mrs. I ena, 63, 10275 Colllm
Av, Riverside chapel.
GOOOKOWSKY. Oeorare. 74. 877H
Chne Ave Riverside Chapel.
ROSENBAUM, Joseph, *. 17811 NB
2nd .\v. Newman Chapel.
SIEDLE. Harry. ". 6560 W 12th Ave
Gordon chattel.
wilde. Bolomon. 76, T.11 Byron Ave
Ri,.!>;.!. i'hapi l
GOLDBERG Mrs Bslher. JS5, 1329 Bu
. ii.1 Ave Rlv< i dde TOpel.
KASOiN. Isidore. 78, 7:..i Bounty Ave
in..-i.. it Chapel
LEVITT. J.ieob, ".:'. 354 Washington
%v< R' rslde Chapel
reiman. Sam. 72, i"" Lincoln Rd
Rlvers'el 'haot 1
SPtELMAN. Sam. 59, 163 N I". ".Mb St
Riverside Chapel.
GINDOLD, Mr* Hi rtetta, 11, 680
Collli A< River il de I Impel,
KIRSCHENBAUM .Mr-. Sarah. 79
,.i ,-,,11, ia Avi Riverside Chapel
kisner Oscar, 7:'. 1160 Collins Ave
Gordon Chapel
leiner. Louis, 79, 660 Ocean 1>i
c.-ri.-o.ii Cham I
prageo Julius. 67, 2880 Flamingo
pr Rlversul.- Chapel Interment.
Mt. Nebo
ROSENTHAL. Harry. 81, HS'.'O s
169th St. Blasberg Chapel.
SCHWARTZ, Joseph. 78. IMS "9lh SI
Causeway. Riverside chapel.
SHAPIRO. Jacob Jerome, 71. 3801 S.
Orean Dr. Riverside Chapel.
BERNER. Mrs. Sophie, 79, 4144 Col-
liini Ave. Blasberg Chapel.
CENTER, Abraham, 77. 942 Pennsyl-
vania Ave. Newman Chapel.
COTLER. Mrs. Mary. 95. 624 90th St
H. w Beyer Chapel,
EISENSTADT. Paul. 75, 7231 Wayne
Ave. Riverside Chapel.


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LEGAL NOTICE

LEGAL NOTICE
AUXANDtK S. G6*D0N
Alexander Gordon
In Reelection Bid
Alexander S. Gordon, a member
oi the Metro Commission since it
was organized in 1958. has an-
nounced his campaign for reelec-
tion to his present District Five
seat.
A Miami Beach attorney, Mr.
Gordon is a former FBI Special
Agent and has served as judge of
the Miami Shores Municipal Court.
He currently holds the post of vice
mayor of the county and twice was
the chairman of the Metro gov-
erning body before the office of
mayor was established.
Commissioner Gordon's district
includes all of Miami Beach, the
communities to the north and east
of the bay and part of the main-
land. Like all Metro commission-
ers, he is subject to county-wide
election.
In announcing his candidacy,
Mr. Gordon said he felt that his
experience and capabilities will be
vitally needed for the term ahead
in connection with present pro-
grams for the development and ex-
pansion of expressways, airport,
water, sewer and land planning ef-
forts and urban redevelopment.
LEGALNOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVBN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage, in
business under the fictitious mime of
TARA CREATIONS at 10386 s w
Moth Street, Miami. Florida 81187
Intend to register said name with the
Clerk of iin Circuit Court of Dade
i'..uiiiv. Florida
JEAN DICE
ami
-MAIM.KNK M. He 1T1 IPP
dba Tarn Creations
1031!) S.W :'""ih Street
Miami, Florida 88187
MIW: MARVIN I WIENER, B8Q
AI torney for
.1. an l >Ice and Marlene M Hoioim
i-i. Ainsley Bldg.
.Miami. Florida
__________________________9/88-89 l B-ia
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JU DICIA L CIRCUIT
OF FLORIOA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-4156
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
CIA IRE M PENNIMAN
I'lai.ltiff.
vs
MERTON A PENNIMAN.
I lefendanl
TO: MERTON A. PENNIMAN
..... Blackwell & Reynolds
76 Summer street
Pltchburg, Massachusetts 01420
You, MERTON A. PENNIMAN, are
hereby notified that a Hill o( Com-
plaint fur Divorce has been fileil
against you, and you are required to
serve a ropy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Hill of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs attorney, SEYMOUR LON
DON, ;:" N.W r,4 Street, Miami.
Florida mil ami file Hie original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
ilie Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the SI day of April, 18(8, If
you fall to do ho, juilKment by default
win be taken against you for the
relief demanded In the mil of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once,
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THH JEWISH FUUIIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami.
Florida, tills 15th day of March A.D.
ISM,
E. B. LEATHBRMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: K. M. LYMA.N
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
SEYMOUR LONDON
7'."i N.W. ,'i4 Street
Miami. Florida 88127
Attorney for Plaintiff
3 22-29 4/6-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in buelneaa under Ihe fictitious name
if GEORGETOWN at i'171 South
Dixie Highway. Kendall. Florida In.
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the ClrcUll Court of Dade
County, Florida.
GEORGETOWN MANOR, l.\C
a Florida corporal ion
Bj I'M'I. 1! KI.AC
President
Attest
isareli.e RIAL'
Becretary
TAL.IANOFF. WALLER *.-
BEROER
Attorneys for
GEORGETOWN MANOR. INC
:i 22-2:1 4 5-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 77339
in RE: Estate of
VKSll.K si IRI tCHAK
I teceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified ami re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of vesii.ie SOROCHAK
deceased late of Dade County. Florida,
to Hie County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided In Section 713.16, Florida
Statutes ,in their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 3rd
day of January, AD. 1969.
ANNASOROCHAK
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the 1st day of March, IMS
BERNARD L.JAFFE
Attorni v for Estate of
vesile sonocHAK
ir< w. Flagler street
Miami, Florida
:t I-1-1S-12
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 77931 -B
In RE: Estate of
Rl >V M. LIMBER"!
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
1 Iiik Claims or Demands Against said
Estate:
You ar.- hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which \ou may have again si the
..state of ROY M. LIMBEKG 'I......-
.-.i late of l>ade County, Florida, to
the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the sain.- ill duplicate and a-
urovlded in Section 783.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offli '' '" ">' County
Courthouse In Pane County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
I time of ihe first publication hereof,
1 or the same will !< barred,
Haled at Miami. Florida, this Mb
da] Of Manb. A IV 1968
s JEAN MuRTON l.l.MF.ERG
\* Execui I*
First publii .HIon of ti li notloi.....
the 8th day of March, 1968.
w vi.i.A.-i-: n ;.: \,:i:
Attorne) for Executrix
4ns Rlacayne Bldg.
Miami, Florida
: D-15-22-29
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES C3liaVI
IN AND FOR DADE COUN-v"1'
FLORIDA. IN PROBA-r
No. 47019-C
in RE: Estate of
JOSE Gonzalez
I le. eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All I'.,. .,
tag Claims ..r Demands Ann J
Estate
^ ou are hereby notified
ed to present any claims ai
which you may juivi
estate of ,i< I8E k. >NZA i.i :/
late Of Hade County. K;
County Judges or Dade i
file the sams In duplleut.
provided In Section 7
statutes, in their offices In i
Courthouse in Had.- Count)
within six calendar month
i inie ..f the first publlcatli
or the same a ill he barreij
Dated at Miann. Florida,
day ..f February, A.D. :
A JAY CRISTOl.
As Administ rator
First puhllcatl......I
the 1st day of March, 1988
A JAY CRISTOL
Attorney for Admlnlstratoi
21 N !:. Firs! Avenue,
Miami. Florida
i
I '.tllilv
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of TWIN MANOR APARTMENTS at
its:. Broad Causeway, North Miami.
Florida, intend to register -aid name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
HARRY KOPMN
SUSAN BLSON
Petitioners
HEIMAN AND CRARY
By: Louis Heiman
Attorney(s) for Petitioners
3/22-29 4/3-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 73003-C
IN RE Estai. ,,f
BERTHA SUS8MAN
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that I
have filed my Final Report and Peti-
tion for Distribution and Final Dis-
charge as Executor of the estate of
bertha srss.MA.v deceased: and
that on the 22nd day of April. I'm;-,
will apply to the Honorable County
Judges of Dade County, Florida, for
approval of said Final Report ami for
distribution and final discharge as
Executor of ihe estate of the above-
named, decedent. This nth day "f
March. 1"
SOt, SUSSMAN
AHTIM'R L. MILLER
Attorney
gfil.1 H W. 17th Terrace
.Miami, Florida 13165
3 22-2S 4 5-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 68113
IN RE: Estate of
IRVING I.. STR1CKLER
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that we
have filed our Final Report ami Peti-
tion for Distribution and Final Dis-
charge as Successor Executor of the
estate of Irvine L. Strtrkler, deceas-
ed: and than on the 3th day of
April, 1!;. will anply to the Honorable
County Judges of Dad.- County, Flo.
rida. for approval of said Final Re-
port ami for distribution ami filial
utsjcharge as Successor Executor of
the estate of ihe above-named dece-
dent. This 15th day of March, 1968
UNITED NATIONAL HANK
By: s Dennis P. Clum
Dennis I*. Clum, Senior Vice
President .and Trust Officer
Successor Executor
MYER8, KAPLAN & PORTER
, Attorneys
ll-.a S.W. 1st Street
Miami, Florida
8/22-2J 478-12
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
No. 68-3184
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
HELEN B. DARCEY
Plaintiff
VH
FRANK II. DARCEY, JR.
I lefendant
TO: FRANK B. DARCEY, JR.
13113 Twinbrook Parkway,
Apt. 304
Hockville. Md. 20831
YOtJ ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that
a complaint for divorce has been fib1*!
agulnst you, and you aro required to
serve a copy of your answer or plead-
ings to the Complaint on Plaintiff's
attorney, Joseph h. YOUNG, 475
Hlltmore Way. Coral Gables, Florida,
and file the original answer or plead-
ing in ihe office of the Clerk of the
above styled Court tin or before 5
April 1968, in default of which Com-
plaint will be taken as confessed
against you
DATED this 28th day of February,
1968.
E. It LEATHBRMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
i lade county. Florida
By: I. S DePIETRO
Deputy cicrk
:; 1-8-18-tt
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under ihe fictitious name
of HILL'S THRIFT CITY at 1.17"1
N.W. 27th Avenue. Miami. Florida
intends to register said name with the
Cb-rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
WILLIAM J. ITIIIUN
HERBERT L. IIEIKKN
Attorney for Applicant
110.1 Ainsley Building
Miami, Florida
S/is-22-29 4 :.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78192-C
In RE: Estate of
EDWARD J. PHKL.VN
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present a'ny claims ami demands
which you may have against the
.slate of KDUARD J. PIIELAN. de-
ceased late of Dnde County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County.
ami file the same in duplicate and
as provided In Section 783.16, Florida
Statutes, In their offices In the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
Within six calendar in..nibs from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the sam will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this >>h
day of March. A.D. 1988
EDGAR T. PARKER
As Executor
First publication of this not I......n
the 15th dav of March, 19f.X.
OOIDMAN, GOLDSTEIN sV
PACZIER
Attorneys for Executor
2491 West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida
1/16-22-29 4 a
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of DADE PLASTERING CO. at 1425
s.w. isth Street Intend lo register
said name with the Clerk of ihe
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
DAVID MELTZEK
SAMUEL MATIjOPF
BENJAMIN AGRONOW
Attorn.> for Applicants
905 Btscayne Building
3 1-8-15-22
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78158-A
In RE: Estate of
SAMUEL BRENNER, sometimes
known as SAM BRENNER,
SAMUEL E. BRENNER And
SAMIEL A BRENNER.
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the estate
of SAMI'EI. BRENNER sometimes
known as SAM BRENNER, SAMUEL
K BRENNER and SAMl'Kl, A BREN-
NER deceased late or Dade County.
Florida, to the County Judges of
Dade County, ami file the same hi
duplicate and ns provided in Section
733.16. Florida Statutes, in their offices
in the County Courthouse in Dade
County. Florida, within six calendar
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 27th
day of February, A.D. 19CR.
EDWARD BRENNER
STELLA BRENNER
\s Co-Executors
First pulilicatioii of this notice on
the 8th of March, 191
MYERS, KAPLAN & PORTER
Attorneys for Co-Bxecutora
1180 S.W 1st Street. Miami
3 8-1B-22-M
. IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78399-C
, In RE: Esta.....f
I NATHAN AHEI.MAN
1 leased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person.
| Having Claims or Demands AguWt
I Said Eslate:
You are hereby notified and reqair-
ed to present any claims and demand*
1 which y..u may have against fhp
esta.....f NATHAN ADELMAX lie-
ceased late of Dnde County, Florida
to Hi, County Judges of Dade Count
: and fib- the same In duplicate
provided in Section 733 18, Florida
! Statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from tli*
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida
day of Mnrch. A.D 1988,
CHARLES AUKI.MAN
HTMAN COVRRMAN
As Bsecutors
First publication of this not I
the 22nd day of March, 1988
ARONOVITZ SILVER
Attorneys for Executors
607 Ainsley Building
Miami. Florida
8/S
.this
I
I!
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious, name
Of INTERNATIONAL LAMPS at 1560
N.W. 99th Street. Miami Intends to
register Raid name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dad.- County,
Florida
ROBERTO VALL8, sole owner
3.1-9-15-22
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78297-B
In RE Esti le of
\\ II.I.IAM I PANC" m
I leceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Agalnsl Bi Id
Bstati :
v- n are hereby notified and requlr-
ed to present anj claims and de-
mands which you ma} have agalnsl
the estate ..f WILLIAM .1. PANCOE
deceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County.
and file the same In duplicate and as
provided In Section 788.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dads County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
lime of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this lftth
day of March. A I> 1968.
ROBERT PANCi IB
A MA ABBOTT
As Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 1"_- day of March. 19fiS.
ABBOTT AND FRCMKES
Attorney for Executors
4L' Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida.
. 3/2S-29 4/5-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78018- B
in i:k Estate of
ETHEL P VNCOB
i nsed,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
i :- .!.
You are hi reby notified and requir-
ed to presenl any claims and demands
which you may have agalnsl ihe
estaw- ot ETHEL PANCOE deceased
late of ii.ith County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Hade Count] i d
rile tin- same in duplicate and n-
provMed in Bectlon 781 16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the. Count)
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from-the
linn- of the first publication hereof, or
tin, same will be barred
Hated al Miami. Florida, tins 18th
dav of March, A. D. 19.
Hi 'BERT PAN! i IE
aha ABBOTT
As Administrators
de Ronls Non
I'irst publication of this 'notice on
the 2?nd day of March, 1968.
ABBOTT AND FRCMKES
Attorneys for
Ron
420 l.in.oln Road
Miami Reach, Plorida
3/2J'-2S 4V&-12
NOTICE TO DEFEND
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION No. 68-3824
DIVORCE SUIT
P1RA AURORA MOMBASA,
Plainllff,
CORRADO MOLIfiANA,
Defendant.
You. coRRADO MOLISANA, Via
Oenova No. 105. Pescara. Italy r.r.inn.
are hereby required to serve a copy of
your Answer or Pleading to the Divorce
Complalnl filed against you, upon
Joseph c. LAI'SSEU 212 Biscaync
Bldg., Miami. Florida. 3313". Plain-
tiffs attorney, and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of the
cb-rk of the circuit Court on or before
the 19th day of April. 1968. If you
fall to do so. judgment by default will
be taken against you.
DATED: 11 Mar.-h 1968
H i: LEATHBRMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: C P Ci IPBLAND
Deput) Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
:: 15-22-29 I 5
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 77893-A
lu RE: Eslate ..f
HANNAH NET HAT'S
I eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pi i On I HaV-
I lims or Demands Again t Said
Estate:
You arc hereby notified and requir-
ed to present ;my claims ami demands
nrbich you may have agalnsl the
estate oj HANNAH NEDHAI'S de-
ceased late of Miami, Dade County
Florida to id,- County Judges of Dade
County, ami file the same m duplicate
and as provided in Section 788.16,
Plorida staiutes, in their offioes In
th< County Courthouse In Dade County.
Florida, within six calendar months
from the lime of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be hart,.I
Hated al Miami. Florida, this 11th
day of March, AD 19US.
HERMAN K. NBUHAUS
As Executor
First publication of this notloa on
the If.th day of March. 196S.
HOWARD It HIHKCH
Attorney for Executor
1*101 Risrnyne lloub-vard.
Miami, Florida 33138
.3/15-22-29 4/8
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 63038
IN RE: Estate of
JOHN BRBNKACS a k a
JOHN HRANCAS
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE Is hereby given that 1 have
filed my Final Report and Petition
for Distribution and Final Discharge
as Administrator C. T. A. of the estate
of JOHN BRENKACS a k a JOHN
BRENCAS. licensed: and that on the
27th day of March, 1968, will apply to
the Honorable County Judges of Dado
County. Florida, for approval of said
Final Report and for distribution and
final discharge as Administrator
c T A. of the estate of the above-
named decedent, This 6th dav of March,
1961
MALCOLM H FRIEDMAN
MA1.COLM H FRIEDMAN '
Attorney
288 S, K l-'irst Street,
Miami. Florida
- ir..L'2-29
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-3045
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ALAN WILLIAM LAU,
Plaintiff,
vs
JEANNE ELIZABETH LAI'.
Defendant
TO: MRS. JEANNE ELIZABETH I.MI
4422 y Street, N.W.
Washington. D.C
You. JEANNE ELIZABETH U\l\
are hereby notified that a Bill ol i
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are requir. to
s.-rve a cony of your Answer or IV .cl-
ing to the pin of Complain I on the
Plaintiff's attorney, KENNETH V.
BEVAN, 2686 Blscayne Boulevard.
Miami, Florida 89187 and file Ihe
original Answer or Pleading In tin*
offl......f the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 1st da> ol
April, 1968. If you fail to do
judgment by default will be
against you for the relief in the itiii of Complaint.
This notice shall be published
each w.-ek for four consecutive t
in THE JEWISH KI.OKID1AN
DONE AND ORDERED at Mium
Florida, this L'Ulh day of Februai
A D, 1968,
E. 11. LEATHKILMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, F|nrid:t
Hy: C. P. COPKIAND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
KENNETH V BEVAN
265H Biscaym Boulevard
Miami. Florida 33137
Attorney for Plaintiff
2/l*8-l5-22

, ,-
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77409- B
In RE Estate of
FREDERIC E METZ
I lee. |
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cri dltort and Ml Pen Hav
lug Claims or Demand- Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
thi estate of FREDERIC i: METZ
deceased late of Dade County, Florida
to Ihe County Judges ,,t Dade County,
and file Ihe same in duplicate anil as
provided in Section ;:;;; Florida
statutes, in their offices in the County
within six calendar months from the
Courthouse in Dade Count v. Florida.
time "f the first publication hereof,
Of the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this Hal
day of February. A.D. 1WH8.
morris COHEN
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
the 1st day of March, 1968,
MORRIS COHEN
Attorney for Estate of
FREDKRW K. METZ
10i>9 Ponce De I*on Blvd.
Coral Gables Fla. 33134
3/1-8-H-22
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERRRT GIVEN thai
the undersigned, doslrrng to pngagi
in business under the fictitious name
of ROYAL EMBASSY APTS at 575"
Collins Avenue. Miami Bench. Intend
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JOSEPH KRACAI'ER
' :Ki IRGE liol.DBI '^
EMANUEL EDELSTE1N
______ 8/1-8-15 --'
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY
No. 68-4266
JAMBS CRAWF1IRD,
Plaintiff.
\ s
INEZ CRAWFt IRI
Defendant
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: INEZ CRAWKi RD
512 > 'alhoun Street
Rnmbi i:. South (Carolina
You. INEZ CRAVi Fl RD, are here-
by notified thai a Kill of Cora
for i tivorce has been filed
you, and yotl are r. otiir.-d to serve a
I copy of your Answer or Pleading to
Ihe Kill of Complalnl on the Plalnl
attorney, George v. O'Brien, Esq.,
129 N.E. 79th Street, Miami. Plorida
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the Office of the Clerk of the
1 Circuit Court on or before tin 26th
day of April, 1968, If you fail lo do
so. judgment by defaull will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
! in the Bill of Complaint
This notice shall be published once
-ach week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl-oRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this isth day of March AH.
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
E. B. LEATHEKMAN. Clerk.
By: C P COPBLAND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Heal)
GEORGE A O'BRIEN. ESQ.
123 N.E. Tilth Street
Miami, Florida 33138
Attorney for Plaintiff
3/22-23 4;".-1 ,


Frid..-, March 22, 1968
fJenist fhrkKan
Page 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
IN "HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IS AND FOR DACE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CASE NQ. 67-14413
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR DIVORCE
(AMENDED COMPLAINT
FOR DIVORCE)
Gl VDYS MHRLINO.
plaintiff
KUANKS. MEP.L1.no.
i lefeadant
TO; FRANK S. MERLINO
121(1 Wolf Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
TOO", FRANK 8, MERLINO. are
hereby notified that an Amended
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you an- required to
~-ivi a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Amended Complaint for
Divorce on the Plaintiff's Attorney,
ItliNALD I... DAVIS, ESQ., 417 BIs-
cayne Building, 19'W. Flintier Street,
Miami, Florida 3313" Phone: 379-3851
hihI file the original Answer or Plead-
ing i'n the oft'iee of the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 1st day
of April, 1!>y If you fall to do so,
Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Amended Complaint for Divorce.
This Notice Khali be published once
eaeh week for four consecutive weeks
in THK JEWISH FI.ORID1A.N.
DONE AND ORDERED, at Miami.
Florida, this lY.th day of Fcbruurv,
|tl .
e. is i.i:athkrma\,
Clerk. Circuit Court
Dadi County. Florida
B) C P cope l.AND
! imiy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
3/l-8-ir,-22
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. ,8309-C
In RE: I,-;..to of
BALLY OUT* n \N.
I). .<..- d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All r. ii d All Persons Hav
Ing Claims >i Demands Agalnal Said
Estate:
You a < ( kOtlfJed anil renuir, il
to pre. lalini and demand*
whleh you nrty iiave against the
estate of SALLY filJTTMAjN deceased
late ol D County, Florida .to ihi
County Judges of Dade County, and
trie tni Name In duplicate and .-.-
provided Section 733.n;, Florida
Statute: I .. if flees In the County
Courttiouxi n Datfi county, Florida,
within -:\ calendar months from the
tune ,, the first publication t'
or ihi : .. iii bi barred
Dated ;.t Miami, Florida, thi- Itl
day of March, AD. I"6S.
THHA Gl'TTMAN Ql'AL
As Administratrix
Firs! pulfnnitlnn of this noti- '
the IBth day of March, 19SB.
ARONovTZ *ND SILVER
Attorney* foi administratrix
807 Ar.-i' y Huilii Ing
Miami. Fli ; -
3/11-23-19 i R
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 78161 -B
h RE : tati of
JENNIE SHALBTT,
11. ,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'111 "r, dltort i : All !' rson I'
i e c- rns or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
v,,u fled and requir-
ed to pri -en; any I nos and d, mauds
i:i h u i.i ... have against the
SIB RH/ I ktt '! ceas-
ed |ati l>1 Dad' ttnty, Florida, to
the Count) Judges of Dade County,
and fio !. name in dupii ate and a*
d in Si ctlon 73:: 16, Florida
statut. lh Ir i ffloes In the Count)
Court! n- Dade County, Florida,
dor months from the
time 01 tht flrsl publication hereof.
or tht muni nil be barred
listed ..' Miami, Florida, th JUl
d.,> ol M b, a :> l8
UOBKOVITZ
a-> Executrix
Firs' publication of this notice on
the ir. day f March, !MI
GOLDMAN, ; PACZ1EB
Attorneys for "'xecutrix
2401 W. Ptagler Street
Miami, riorWa .....
2/16-22-29 4/5

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKIIY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
ii business under the fictitious name
of ACME HOME SUPPLIES at P.O.
Box 1257, South Miami intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
minna burns, sole owner
S/8-15-22-M
mmo
LEGAL NOTICE
BY HENRY LEONARD
"No, Irving's not pulling a
'Ben Gurion'. He feels the world
makes more sense to him that way."
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN' that
tic undersigned, desiring to engngi
n business under the fictitious name
f I.AHIT SALES COMPANY at M
W Hlth Court, Miami Intend! to
legister said name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County
Florida.
IJ" RRY BOfJNER, sole owner
i/s-m-m-s*
in the county judge's court
in and for dade county,
florida, in probate
No. 78148-B
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
RE: Kfltate of
JACK BOTH.
Deceased.
All Creditors nd All Persons
Having Claims or Demands
.Against Said Estate:
fou are hereby notified and required
[present any claims and demands
ch you may have against the ee-
of JACK ROTH, deceased late of
. County, Florida, to the County
jes of Dade County, and file the
in duplicate and as provided in
lion 7.1:1.16. Ftori.'.i Statutes, in
offices in the county Courthou-e
. County F' "Ida. within six
Mar months f-orn the time of the
publication hereof, or the same
be barred.
fid at Mian Florida, this 1st
_iof March, A I' I;
... UWREWT C. PORTBR
As Administrator
Bt publica.tio'1 t>r thi.- notice on
day of March. l""
s. KAPWN PORTE.",
uy for Adnit.istratur
LW 1st Stre-t
I Florulu. 33130
l/1-t-lS-SI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 68-2532
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
RICHARD Alfred FACCHIANO
Plaintiff
JOAN E FACCHIANO
i 'i 'indant
Tl i JOAN' B. FACCHIANO
310S Frankfort Avenue
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
YOU are hereby notified that a enm-
planl for Divorce has been filed against
you and you are required to serve a
copy of your Answer or pleading on
Plaintiffs attorney. Joseph H. Young.
175 Hiltmore Way. Coral Cables, Fln-
rida, and file the original answer or
pleading in the office of the Clerk
tin above styled Court on or be-
fore April 1, 1H6S. In default of which
the Complaint Will be taken as con-
1.....1 against you.
HATED this 26 day of February,
1968
E. B. I.BATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
I lade Cnunty. Florida
By: L. S. DtPIETRO
3/1-s-' 22
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
i'n business under the fictitious name
Of LIONS DEN at 8040 N Kendall
Drive. Miami intends to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida
IRWIN RASKIN. Trust) i
1 16-22-29 4/B
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
No. 68-3800
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
BDOAR WILLIAMS
Plaintiff
vs
LIZZIE MAE WILLIAMS
Defendant
TO: LIZZIE MAE WILLIAMS
Dawson, Georgia
You LIZZIE MAE WILLIAMS are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plain! for DlVOrce has been filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a Copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's Attorney, TIIEODOUE M.
TKl'SIMN, 4211 Lincoln Road, Miami
Beach, Florida. Suite Kill and file Un-
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of Ihe Circuit
Court on or before the 17 day of
April. 1968. if you fail to do so. judg-
ment by default will be taken against
you for the relief demanded In the
Bill of Complaint
Thi.- notice shall be published nine
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORID1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 11th day of March, AD.
1W68.
E B I.BATMERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: LSNEEDEN
I icputy i 'lerk
(CIRI TIT COURT SEAI.i
THBOD* 'RE M. TKCSIIIN
4-1' Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
3/13-22-29 4/:.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is HEREBY GIVEN that
thi undersigned, desiring to engage
111 business tinder the fictitious name
. f MR. JULES OF MIAMI at 1244
N B -nd Avenue, Miami intends to
ter said name with the Clerk of
i Circuit court of Dade County,
Florid..
VALLA DARES FASHIONS. INC.
J/I-8-16-2J
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File No. 67A669
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
BEN BOSKLN holder of County Tax
.Sale Certificate No. (930 issued the
1st day of June, AD 1965, has filed
same in my office, and has made
application for a tax deed to be Issued
thereon. Said certificate embrace* thi
following described property in tht
County Of Dade, State of Florida, to-
wit:
Ix>t 19 Block 2, Sunny Slope Park,
Plat Book 15 Page 11 in the County
of Dade, State of Florida.
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate was in the
name of: SARAH A BRADLEY.
Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law. the pro-
perty described herein will be sold
to the highest bidder at the Court-
house door on the first Monday In the
month of April. 19S. which la "
1st day of April, 1968.
Dated this 27th day of Feb-.i. '
1968.
E II I.EATHEHMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Hade County. Florida
By' r F OULDSTRAND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit OourtlSffi >/8..M.M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is HEREBY GIVEN that
th undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of PRECISION MACHINING
S.W. 87th Avenue. Miami, Florida in-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ANTHONY E. PALI.
2750 S.W. 27th Avenue
Miami. Florida
GOLDMAN. GOLDSTEIN
& FACZIKR
Attorneys for Registrant
2401 West Fla>r Street
Miami, F'irida S/.lB.M-M
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
MAROARITA NOBO,
Plaintiff,
FERNANDO NOBO,
Defendant
TO: FERNANDO NOBO
112 Thirty-fifth Street
Union city. New- Jersey
You. FERNANDO NOI'.o. are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you, and you are required to Bervi
copy of your Answer or Pit adlng to
the Bill of Complaint mi ihe Plaintiff's
attorney, ENUEI. ,v POLLACK, lTnfl
N.W. 7th Street, Miami. Florida and
file the original Answer or Pleading
In the office of the Clerk ol the Or u I
Court on or before the 9th day of
April. 1968. If you tail to do so, ludg-
meni by default will be taken .,
VOU nr tin- relief demanded in the
Bill of Complaint,
This notice snail be publ
each week for four consecutive weeiu
in THE JEWISH FIjORIDIAK
DONE AND ORDERED at "
Florida, this 89th day of February
A D. 1968
E H LBATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: K. M i.v.man
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
BVflBt. AND POI.I.ACK
1700 N W 7th Street.
Miami. Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
3/8-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious 'name
of WAI.BI'RNE HOTEL at 125 Ocean
Drive. Miami Beach. Florida intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MAX FETOBLES. President
MAC ABE CORP
a Florida corporation
THEODORE M. TRU8HIN
Attorney for MacAbe Cor].
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
3/8-15-22-29
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN th.it
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under th,- fictitious name
of AT.MORE APARTMENTS at 7:115
I Harding Avenue. Miami Beach intend
' to register said name with the Clerk
Of the Circuit Court Of Dade County.
Florida
ELI BRF.OER and
TOBY BREOKR. sole owners
:i l-S-15-22
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigred. desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
ol CARBL CM.l.BRY at J47 Lincoln
Road, Miai Florida intends
said name with the Clerk
Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
MICHEL KOOTJCHB.
itn i c.ire! Gallery
947 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach,
1" >-ida
M1W: MARVIN I WIENER. ESQ.
Attorni-y.i i-
HfOHABL KOULTOHE, dba.
Carel Gallery .
I all Ainsley-Building. Miami, Fla
3/15-22-29 4/C
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77921-A
In RE: Estate of
ISIDORE K08TINBR
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor.* ar.d All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against s, i
Estate
You are hereby notified and r. 'u r-
ed to present my claim- and demand'
whieh you may have against th-
state of ISIDORE KOSTINER de-
ceased late of Dade County. F'orid.i.
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provld.d in Section 13316, Florida
statutes, in their officer In the Count}
Courthouse In Dade c Winty Florida.
within six calendar month- from the
time of the first publnatinii herwo:'
or the name mil be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this II
of March. AH 196S
BEATRICE MAft'lARET K 1ST
As Fntecutrix
First publication of thi- notice Ml
the Ifith day of Max.->\ :>(.
OOIJ3MAN. OOLDSThilN *
PACZIER
Attorney for rSieeutrls
3401 WeHt glacier Street
3/1S-22-29 4/6
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-3892
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
PETER A. CIOIJNl '
Plaintiff
MADELINE CIOLINO
Defendant
TO: MADELINE CIOLINO
131'. Roosevelt Avenue
Haabrouck Height-.
New Jersey
You. MADELINE CIOLINO, are
hereby notified that b Rill of Com-
plaint for Divorce lias I.. .11 filed
against you. and you are re<|Uln I to
serve a copy of your Answi r nr Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complain' on the
Plaintiffs attorney, SIDNEY BFRON-
BON, RI2 Ainslc> Building, II N.E.
1st Avenue. Mlmai. Florida 331SS n"d
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the office of the Clerk of 'he
Circuit Court on or before the 17th
dav of April, 1968, If you fail to do
so, judgment by default will he taken
against you for the relief di maniled
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall lie published C
each week for four mnserutlvi weekt
in THE JEWISH FLOR1D1 \N
HONE AND I IRDEREI ii
this 12th day of March A f I9i
E. B LEATHERM \N Cl
Circuit Coin'. I lade County. F
By: c p, ci IPELAND
Deputy '1- rk
(Circuit Court Si all
SIDNEY EFRONSON
Attorney for plaintiff
612 Ainsley Building
Miami, Florida 33132
i .. I i
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCU'T
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DACE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 68-3495
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JO LYNNH HENDERSON,
Plaintiff,
STEVEN JOHN HBNDBRS S
Defendant.
TO STEVEN JOHN HENDERSON
1019 North I Irh 'ii Street
Fairmont, Mlnneiotn
You. STEVEN JOHN HE>
are hereby notified thai n I
Complaint for Dlvorci has bei
against you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your 'newer i r I'Lad-
ini: to the Bill of Comtilalnt on the
Plaintiff's attorney, SEYMOCR LON-
DON 79" N.W, M Street, Miami,
Florida and file Hi.....-iginal Answer
or Pleading in the office of the i'I. rk
of the Circuit dun on or hi foi tl
1<> dav of April. 1968 If you fall to
do so', judgment b> default will be
taken against you foi tl "
nianded in the Bill of Complaint.
This -notice shall be published once
each week for four co -. u weeks
In THE JEWISH PI pRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this nth day of March A.D.
E B LBATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: K M. LYMAN
Denuty clerk
(Circuit Court Seal!
SEYMOUR IjONDON, ESQ.
790 N A "i Strei
Miami, Florid'
Attorney for Plaintiff
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
th-* undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of 1/iRBER REALTY ASSOCIATES
at I938 Garland Avenue, Surfside,
Florida Intend to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
HENRIETTA LORBER
EZRA I/iRBER
JOYCE SCHI'I.MAN
.H'DY C.OLDR1CH
PEARL RERCSTEIN
RICHARD A: NELSON
Attorney for
1/iRBER REALTY ASSOCIATES
J/8-18-22-29
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77473-B (Dowling)
I.. RE: Estate of
ROUE L. VOOBL,
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which vou may have against the
estate of ROSE L VotlEI.. deceased
late of Miami. Dad.- County, Florida
to the County Judges of Dad.- County,
and file the same in dnolnai. i
as provided In Section T8S.K, Florida
Statutes, In their offices in the Count)
Courthou-e in Dade County, Florida.
Within -ix calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or rbe sains srlll be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 7th
dav of March. A. D. 19W
C'TY NATION U. BANK OF Ml \Ml.
Florida as Administrator 1 the
Estate ol
p.osE l. VOGEL deceased
by: ROY A. PERRY,
Trust Officer
First puhli.-ation of this notice on
da vof March UM
SANFl ??D M. SWERD1.IN
Aftorncry for al' next of kin
7t2 Seybotd Building.
M-.uDi. Flor '
3/15-22-29 4/G
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
No. 68-3442
WILLIAM JABBA,
Plaintiff,
vs
N1DIA PELAEZ JABBA,
Defendant.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
TO: NIDIA PELAEZ JABBA
Resldenci I rnl nown
c/o Arthur B. Colwin, Esq.
113 Wesi 42nd Street
New York, New York innafi
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED
'hat a Divorce Complalnl has been
filed against you and you are here-
by required to serve a copy of your
answer thereto on Plaintiff's attorney,
who-e address In Suite Ural Concord
Building, '' West Flimler, Miami,
Florida :13':11. and file the original
with the Clerk of the above styled
Court on or hefori April 12 1968:
otherwise a judgment may be entered
. gainst you for the relief demanded
in the eomplnint.
WITNESS my hand and the seal
I -aid Court ,.., 4 day of March. 1968.
E P. LBATHERMAN
Clerk of thi Circuit Court
By: MARtil'ERITE KENT
I puty Cl.rk

. .'Alt A WHITE
Iff
-mi. 100 Concord Kuilding
Miami, Floi Ida 3
.: 8-15-32-M
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE~
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No. 68-76
IRVING PIVNICK,
Plaintiff,
vs,
M m: "'Kii: mc-- dngle woman.
I.. fi ndanl
NOTICE OF SUIT
IN MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE
TO: ARLTNOTt IN M< 188
s u M" Street
VVashh gti .i.e.
YOC, ARLINOTo.N MOSS, an here-
i\ notified thai .. Complalnl to fore-
. rertaln mortgages on the follow-
ing described proiwrty, to-wft:
I..I ',. Block ." I LINCOLN CITY,
Section O, aecordlng to Ihe plat
thereof, recorded in I'lai Book 4S.
nag.- 75, of thi Public Records of
Dade County, Florida; including
the buildings and appurtenaiices
located thereon,
has been iil.d agaii -t you and you are
required to servi a copy of your An-
swer or Pleading to the Cumplnint on
the Plaintiffs attorney, SCIU.ISSEL,
SCHER aV GROSS, BOB Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida, and file the
original Answer or pleading ha the
office of the Clerk of the circuit
Court on or before the fdh day of
April. I96N If you fall to do -<>. Judge-
ment by Defaull will l taken against
you for thi relief demanded in the
Complaint.
This no;... shall be published once
each week i... foul '41 consecutive.
weeks In th< JEWISH FLoItUHAN.
DONE and ORDERED at Miami,
Dole County. Florida, this Tth day of
March. 1968
E It LBATHERMAN, Clerk
of the Circuit Court
By: I. SNEEDEN
I leputy Clerk
SCIU.ISSEL. SCIII-.II ,v Clti iSS
Attorneys for Plaintiff
HO". Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
By: JERRY A. GROSS
1 R-16-32-29
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78185-C
In RE- Estate of
CHARLES H. WILLER,
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Slid
Estate;
You are hereh Vi'r.-
ed to present iny cla ms ind demands
winch you maj have kgainst the
estate of CHARLES H WTf.LER do-
eeasad late o| Dade County, Florida^
to the County Judges of inty,
and file the same m dui '-
provided in Section 733 l, Florida
Statute "' Ciuniy
Courthouse In Dade Count) Florida^
within six calendar RiomUM From the
time oi publl hereof,
or the same will he hr>rrpd
Dated at Miami, Flor d i mis 2ttth
day of February, A D li6
LEON A BPST1
As Admtnistrnror
Flrst publication of this notico on
the 8th day of March. 1968.
LEON A. EPSTETN
Attorney (or AdminiHt,ra'or
420 Lincoln Roi1
Miami, Beach, Florida
3/8-li.-22-2


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