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The Jewish Floridian
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Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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

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"(Jewish Flondian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
rolume 41 Number 14
Miami. Florida, Friday, April 5, 1968
Three Sections Price I Jo
WESTERN HEMISPHERE PRECEDENT
Panama Leader
Is First Jewish
Head Of Nation
Johnson Is Urged To
Mediate Mideast Crisis
By Special Report
By HINDI DIAMOND
The latest violence and political
krest in Panama has produced,
lesides a government torn apart
\\ dissension, the first Jewish
.si.lent in the history of Latin
America.
lie is Max
Delvalle, whoso
parents were
Sephardic Jews
that emigrated
to Panama at
the turn of the
century from
the island of Cu-
racao in the Ca-
ribbean, where
the oldest syn-
agogue ol the
kmericas still stands
Max Delvalle
The 57 year old Delvalle, a hand-
Some portly man, was thrown into
the political fire when President
Marco Hobles. whom his party sup-
peached last week by the National
Assembly.
As first vice president, named by
Roblea himself, Delvalle stepped
' into the top spot of the country.
although legally, the issue is still
being debated.
Some consider him a figurehead
for the powerful Arnuifo Arias,
twice-deposed Panamenista leader
who is again making his bid lor tin'
Presidency come May 12. should
elections be held as scheduled.
Arias, a Harvard-trained medical
doctor, was accused ol having pro-
Nazi sympath.es when he was de-
ported until recently, was im-
posed as President in 1941.
His followers now claim that he
has changed, Arias came out of
political retirement a few years
ago to run against Marco Robles,
Continued on Page 12-A
NEW YORK President John-
son was urged this week to invite
King Hussein of Jordan and Prime
Minister Levi Eshkol of Israel to
meet with him aboard the flagship
of the U.S. Sixth Fleet in the
Mediterranean Sea to discuss a
permanent peace between the two
countries
because the President is personal-
ly friendly with both King Hussein
and Prime Minister Eshkol."
The American Jewish Congress
Statement said there were success-
ful precedents" for intervention by
a major power in helping settle the
disputes ol other countries
It cited the roie of Soviet Pre-
mier Kosygin in calling together
The proposal was made here by | the leaders ol Pakistan and India
the National Governing Council of
Eshkol Again
Warns Of
Retaliation
the American Jewish Congress,
Council cba;rman Shad Polier
presided at the meeting.
The suggestion thai President
lohnson intervene directly to help
bring about a Middle East settle-
ment, it was noted, was made "in
light ol the fact that the United
States is the only country that has
consistently maintained close re-
lations with Israel and Jordan and
to meet with him in Tashkent in
November. 1966 to work out a set-
tlement Of the bonier dispute be-
tween the two countries that had
erupted into hitter fighting.
The resolution also recalled the
initiative taken by President Theo-
dore Roosevelt in bringing Russia
and Japan to the peace table at
Portsmouth, Nil., in 1905 to end
tlu- war between those two conn
trie-.
New 'Buffer State' Seen
Ruling Over East Bank
Harman Elected New
Hebrew U. President
JERUSALEM (JTA) Avrahnm
larman, former Israeli ambassa-
lo the United States, was
elected this week to a four year
term as Ihe fourth president of
Hebrew University. He succeeded
Eliahu Elath. who held the position
for six years.
JERUSALEM (JTAl Observ-
ers suggested here this week that
a deiacto -buffer state" was being
created along the East Bank of the
Jordan by El Fatah terrorists who
recognize neither the cease-fire
agreement between Israel and Jor-
dan nor. apparently, the authority
of King Hussein and his govern-
ment.
of
AVRAHAM HARMAN
The Board of Governors also
elected unanimously Samuel Roth-
berg of Peoria, III., president
Ihe American Friends of th
versity. as chairman of the board.
succeeding Judge Louis E. Levin-
thai, of Philadelphia, who held that
Olfice lor six years. Judge Levin-
thal was elected honorary board
chairman lor three years.
After 'be election, a board dele-
gation headed by Or. Elath called
on Mr. Harman and accompanied
him and Mrs. Harman to the Sen
ate Room ol the university. The
Continued on Page 13-A
That was the picture that emerg-
ed from the accounts of West Bank
residents who returned from Jor-
dan, telling of the mass exodus of
villagers from the border areas
into the hinterland, who are rapid-
unT !lv being replaced bv guerrilla units
and saboteurs who have set up
their own administration in many
places
ISRAEL MAY USE
GUERRILLA TACTICS
LONDON (JTA) Israeli
leaders are considering a
switch to guerrilla tactics
against the El Fatah gangs
operating Iron) Jordan, the
London Daily Telegraph re-
ported in a dispatch from
Tel Aviv this week. The rea-
son is the build-up of El Fa-
tah strength and the reper-
cussions caused by the Mar.
21 military operation against
terrorist bases in Jordan for
which Israel was condemned
by the UN Security Council,
the Telegraph said.
Jordanian Army units are still |
stationed on the main highways
j-uarcMng the approaches to Am-
man and remain in a few places
in the northern Jordan Valley. But
otherwise, they too have disap-
peared, leaving the terrain to the
irregulars, the returning West
Bankers said.
According to reports from Am-
man, King Hussein said this week
he would welcome official co-
operation by his government with
the El Fatah commandos, but that
lie could not permit them to be-
come a 'state within a stale."
JERUSALEM (JTA) Prime
Minister l.evi Eshkol reiterated
this week at the regular Cabinet
neeting Israel's determination >
continue its duty of guarding the
securit) ol border settlements in i
statement regarded a- anothi
v arnine to Jordan to halt all .-'.
tacks whether by terrorist infiltn
lion or by shooting across ". ;
cease-fire lines.
The Prime Minister's warning
was contained in a report to tin
Cal inel on the incidents last week
ami on the deliberations of I
United Nations Security Council,
which was called into urgent sea
sion for the second time on com-
plaints by both Israel and Jordan,
Despite the warnings, guerrillas
slipped into Hebron and killed an
Israeli Druze border policema i
and injured a companion. A He-
bron resident was killed and a
child injured in the same attack
because they were in the line of
fire The intruders opened fire on
Ihe police in a Hebron market
The injured policeman ran for re-
inforcements while the other one
chased the intruders, who killeJ
him and made off. A curfew was
imposed on the area while a search
for the marauders was started
Israeli casualties in last week's
fighting were one soldier killeii,
three seriously wounded and five
slightly wounded. An Israeli jet
was hit by anti-aircraft fire over
Karameh but managed to return
to Israeli territory where the pilot
bailed out safely.
Damage on the Israeli side "
the demarcation line was confined
to civilian installations in a chai i
of agricultural settlements extend-
ing from the Sea of Galilee in the
North to Jericho on the shores if
the Dead Sea. These came under-
heavy Jordanian artillery and
small arm- tire intermittent '
throughout the day
CAPTURED SABOTEUR REVEALS TERROR PLANS
Israel Hospital, Knesset Building Were El Fatah Parget
By Special Report
JERUSALEM Three ol the
Bain targets singled out by th.' El
faiah Commando group were the
|nesset in Jeru.-alem. civilian
tinmunication centers and the
Idassah Hospital on Mt Scopus,
u as revealed this week in an
Hlcrview with one ol the U}8 pris-
Hiei.s captured during the recent
H.il on Karameh.
Blhe prisoner was identified as
B-vear-old Hassan Zubeth. born in
Beppo. but who had lived most of
He lite in Damascus. He had been
Htrking as a building carpenter,
H told authorities alter his cap-
Hire, and was approached by a
friend to join the El Fatah.
"1 was attracted by the money,"
aid the youth, who could pass as
an Israeli in any crowd. He is
lighllv colored, reports said, with
straight dark hair, and was still
wearing the khaki Fatah uniform
ami sand colored commando boots
(' hen captured.
Prime Minister Levi Eshkol last
week told the Cabinet that infor-
mation obtained as a result of last
week's thrust into terrorist bases
in Jordan had made it more ob-
vious than ever that the Com-
mando group had been planning
widespread terrorism.
HASSAN ZUBFTH
This was substantiated by infor-
mation released this week in Is-
rael. Over 1,000 men were forcibly
recruited and brought to Karameh,
Jordan, the main Fatah center
from which the saboteurs operate.
Some cf these units wsre to have
kidnaped Israeli citizens to be held
as hostages against the return of
El Fatah prisoners in Israel.
The interview with Zubeth re-
vealed '.hat the men were trained
in a camp near Damascus. Syria.
lor seven days, in groups of 40
each, and the flown to Egypt in
an Egyptian military plane which
had first unloaded arms in Da-
mascus.
They were taken to a camp in
Egypl belonging to the intelligence
corps "t th;' Egyptian Army Zu-
beth added tint they were trained
for three different assignments: in-
telligence, commando operations
tips was ihe group he belonged to)
and the last in marine commando
tasks The course lasted about two
months.
"Our instructors were all high-
ranking Egyptian officers," the
raptured commando added.
Zubeth said that they were told
the group which had been trained
in marine commando tasks cla
Continued on Page 6-A


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Conservative Rabbis To
Suspend Chaplain Draft
KIAMESHA LAKE, NY. (JTA>
The Rabbinical Assembly, the or-
ganization of Conservative rabbis,
has voted to suspend participation
in the draft of newly ordained
rabbis for the military chaplaincy.
The action, approved at the close
of the 68th annual Assembly con-
vention here, called for coopera-
tion of all Jewish theological sem-
inaries and rabbinical organiza-
tions to evolve a new voluntary
system which will increase the
number of spiritual advisers to
men in the armed forces.
The resolution, offered by Rabbi
Ralph Simon of Chicago. Assembly
vice president, instructed the or-
ganization ""to seek, in cooperation
with the seminaries, rabbinical or-
ganizations and the National Jew-
ish Welfare Board, which adminis-
ters the chaplaincy program, to
develop suppl mentary resources
jor serving our military person-
nel," to ni employment of
ivilian chaplains "on a full time
or pan time basis."
Last month. YeshlvB University
.lisclosed that "if. had suspend) d
articipal its Rabbi Isaac
Elchanan Semin iry in the military
chaplainc; has been per-
mitting its -; a ting students to
oJunteer sim e January in a one-
CROSS BURNED
AT HOME OF
FL0RID1AN EDITOR
Police this week were in-
vestigating an incident in
which a cross was burned at
the home of Jacob L. Cher-
nofsky. managing editor of
The Jewish Floridian.
The cross was set ablaze
by unknown vandals on the
front lawn of the North Mi-
ami Beach home while a
baby sitter. Jackie Kirschen-
baum. was caring for the
Chernofsky children Mr and
Mrs. Chernofsky were out
for the evening
A neighbor. Dr. Sol Nut*
baum. extinguished the fire.
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Rabbi .Max J. Routtenberg of
Rockville Center, L.I.. chaplaincy
committee chairman whose report
formed the basis for the Rabbini-
cal Assembly vote, said that for a
number of years there had been
"growing dissatisfaction in rabbin-
ical circles" over the compulsory
draft of chaplains and that there
had been "many inequities growing
:>ut of the draft system, climaxed
b) a request of the graduating class
of the Jewish Theological Semi-
iary.'" the Conservative school.
that the draft be dropped and re-
placed by a voluntary system.
He added that the four-hour de-
bate at the convention 'revealed
ihe growing crisis of conscience
among both seminarians and rab-
bis arising out of the Viet Nam
war" but that the "overwhelm-
ing sentiment" was that ""the needs
if the men in service for moral
and spiritual guidance must be
met" and thai the semin.,
''ave been urged "to respond to
this call lor service on a voluntary
basis
Delegates also called on the
United States government to rec-
ognize "selective conscientious ob-
jection" objection to a particu-
lar war as a val>H rpnn tor
exemption from military duty.
The resolution noted that the
United Stales "has been a pioneer
in absolving religious pacifists
from war duty." But it pointed out
that "the war in Viet Nam has
created a new dilemma. Some men
who are not total pacifists do ob-
ject to serving in Viet Nam be-
cause they regard that war and
service as repugnant to their con-
science." The resolution therefore
urged the government to "continue
its pioneering in matter of con-
science with respect to war by
recognizing selective conscientious
objection in the same way that
total conscientious objection has
been recognized."
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. CJA Chairman Calls For 'Urgent Reassessmentf
NORTON PALLOT
Trades Division To
Meet On Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Falk will play
host lo group and division chair-
men of the Trades and Industries
Division of the Combined Jewish
Appeal Israel Emergency Fund
Sunday at their Coral Gables home.
The 3 to 5 p.m. reception will
enable key leaders of the various
divisions to meet socially, together
with their wives, according to Mr.
Falk who is cochairman of the divi-
sion headed by Daniel Neal Heller.
A long-time leader of the YM-
YWHA of Greater Miami and of
the Jewish Family and Children's
Service. Mr. Falk is active in sev-
eral committees of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and
heads Metropolitan Mortgage Co.
End of Season Affair
Planned By Pinski Club
An end of season Oneg Shabbat
is planned by the David Pinski
Club at 8 p.m. Friday at 832 Wash-
ington Ave., Miami Beach.
Actor Michl Gibson has prepared
a special program of dramatic
readings and L. Lasavin will speak
about the famous Yiddish writer.
Abraham Reizen. Ben Yomen will
entertain with Yiddish and He-
brew .songs and lead the audience
in communal singing.
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Most amazing of all results
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The secret is a new healing sub-
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This substance is now available
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under the name Preparation H".
Greater Miami Jewry was urged
this week to "make an urgent re-
assessment of the continuing and |
increasing emergency confronting '
Israel" by Norton S. Pallot, gen-
eral chairman of the ions Com-
bined Jewish Appeal Israel Emer-
gency Fund joint campaign in
Dade County.
With contributions to the twin
drive now past the si.soo.ouomark,
Mr. Pallot noted that "apathy and
complacency are the two greatest ,
enemies ol the Jewish people to- j
d iv in their effort and responsi-
bility to face new dangers side by
side with the gallant people of
Israel-
He noted that new reports from
the scenes of recent fighting be- i
tween Israel and both Jordanian |
army forces and Arab terrorists ,
! "confirm that the worst may be ;
I let to come.
"It is frightening." Mr. Pallot
declared, "to read reports from Is-
Record Response
By CJA Doctors Unit
Continuing the overwhelming re-
sponse evidenced in last summer's
historic Israel Emergency Fund
campaign. Greater Miami physi-
cians and surgeons are shattering
all records in the 1968 CJA-IEF
joint drive, according to Dr. Mau-
rice Rich, chairman of the Miami
doctors division.
Similar reports of increases were
turned in this week by Dr. Lester
Russin, chairman of Miami Beach
doctors; Dr. Arnold Oper, chair-
man of North Dade doctors: and
by Dr. Morton Terry, chairman of
osteopaths.
An important segment of the
trades and industries division
headed by Daniel Neal Heller, the
four divisions of physicians and
! surgeons are seeking to complete
| their assignments prior to the Hay
i 16 annual meeting of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation.
raal that the bolder hospitals are
unable to cope with the steady
stream ol casualties because of a
shortage of doctors and equipment.
The number ol Israelis killed or
wounded in fighting since the Six
Da) War began is now very close
to the 4.000 mark." Mr. Pallot
noted.
He pointed out thai nearly 400
net* immigrants From undisclosed
countries of origin entered Israel
within the last week of .March.
"And Israel depends entirely on
proceeds of the Israel Emergency
Fund and oi the regular campaign
Ol the United Jewish Appeal to
meet the total needs ol immigra-
tion, absorption, education and
j welfare." he noted.
Mayor Shepard Broad of Bay
Harbor Islands, associate chair-
: man. pointed to the "tragicrevival
of anti-Semitism in the satellite
countries of Eastern Europe, even
a- I hey seemingly attempt to free
hem-elves from total domination
of the Soviet Union."
Mayor Broad said the situation
in Poland, in particular, "warrants
i second long, hard look by the
Jews <>i the free world." He said
that high government officials
"openly call on any Polish Jews
who 'Ion"t like the current situa-
tion to go to Israel at once, even
though only some 20.000 remain
of the original 3.000,000 Jews In
5re-World War II Poland."
Renewed activity by volunteers
in all divisions of the CJA-IEF
this week followed the continua-
tion of fighting along the Jordan-
ian border in the wake of the
United Nations censure of Israel s
limited invasion to wip.....1 ti -
roiist bases.
"Once again" Mr Pallol
"Greater Miami Jewry notes that
Israel's only certain ally in the
entire world is the Jewish people.
We must stand united, as we did
last June, lo assure Israel thai It
need not wait for blood to flo 1
in the streets of her cities for our
answer to he given. I am confi-
dent that by the May 16 annual
meeting ol Federation, our ( IA-
IFF drive will be Hearing the goal
in both divisions."
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YM-YWHA Activities
To Be In Spotlight
Sunday evening the YM-YWHA
:: Greater Miami will hold its an-
nual meetinq. en even: that will
.-.ecessarily focus widespread c::er.-
tion on the responsibilities, functions
end proqrams o: this agency.
This attention will be parficu
;:qnificant in view of the fact that
the Y is the local recipient o: the
::r^est allocation of funds cominq
om the Combined Jewish Appeal.
In a period when maximum ef-
fort is urgently needed to help Israel
cope with the qrowinq threats to its
security, a local caencv must earn
ne support of Greater Miami Jewrv
;v virtue of the value of its oroqram
rnd achievements and its plans for
the years ahead.
Over the years, as pooulalion
shifts have brouqht about changes
jr. the distribution of the Jewish oop-
slation of Greater Miami, the Y has
sought to keeo in Bteo and in some
rases to anticiDate the needs of a
changing world.
The North Dcde Jewish conim i-
-.:ty, which hes qrewn numerically
raster than other sections c: the county, has
sparked a fund-raisina effart for a new Y in
-_-.e North Miami Beach area.
The success of the North Dade camoaiqn
has underscored one of th^ or*^e f*",'*,*'*ui
cf a Yto provide leadership for the total Jew-
ish community. The same North Dade lecdr-
s'nip has qiven of its efforts in helpinq to estab-
lish a Combined Jewish Apoeal Israel Emer-
gency Fund drive for the area.
While other institutions develop into neiah-
borhood centers in their own particular iields
of endeavor, it is the function of the Y to co-
ordinate cultural, social, educational and re-
iiqious efforts for the qreatest qood of the over-
cll community.
As broader issues of national and interna-
tional import continue to play an increasinq'v
greater role in our daily lives, the proqrams of
c Y have to reflect this need.
In recent months, the Y has developed its
proqraminq in such areas as orqanizinq Brde
County's first Jewish Youth Council, intensifv-
mq various relationships with the State of Is-
rael, staginq a Jewish music festival, holdina
numerous panel discussions en topics of broad
nterest and cooperatina with other aqencies
such as the Bureau of Jewish education and
The Jewish Vocational Service in still other
projects.
Not to be overlooked i the athletic program
sponsored by the YM-YWHA, particularly in
its modern plant in Southwest Dade County.
The Y has also intensified programs for
senior citizens, an especially important aspect
of its program in a state that leads the nation
;n the proportion of its senior citizens.
Durinq the meetinq Sundcv, the Y will oiv
Tribute to Paul Fa'ke. retirinq Dresident, for
his three years of service.
The real test of the Y in its role as a pillar
of communal life, is still ahead.
If the YM-YWHA will ser'e to contribute to
and augment those efforts aimed at strenqth-
eninq and consolidatnq the Jewish community
as a meaninqful entity in all areas, it will jus-
tify the faith and expectations that have been
c part of its growth and development.
Jewish Home For The Aged
The Jewish Home for the Aqed of Greuter
Miami will hold its annual meetinq on Sunday.
In servinq our community for more th>-,n
two decades, the Jewish Home has had to
contend with the problems of a rapidly qrow-
inq population of senior citizens whose day-to-
day needs have become a challenqe to family',
as well as communal life.
Established in 1945, the home has been
at its present seven-acre site for the past 17
years and serves elderly men and women who
have need for and can benefit from the special
care and sheltered environment offered
The home provides a wide ranqe of services
and faculties to meet the physical, social and
emotional needs of the residents.
Since its establishment, the home has!
sought to bring meaninq and satisfaction
to its aqinq citizens.
I
Alon care of the aged, the Jewish Home function111
in an area in which virtually all members of I
the community ultimately become involved in
one form or another.
The steady qrowth of the Home is under-
scored by the dedication ot the Sundav meet-
inq of the Sam and Etta Ruby Auditorium, a
facility that will serve as n cultural c-d ro-r-
ational center not only for residents of the
Home, but for the entire community.
The continuing success of the Jewish Horn"
will reflect to the credit of Miami Jewry in
providing for the needs of the aqed in our
midst.
The Right To Vote
While most of s have s-vn* political viewe j
a qood many of us content ourselves with:
tallrinq about politics once in a whi' ard
keepinq to the sidelines when it comes time to
vote.
With issues continuously qrowinq in their
impact on our lives. tMs form of nofticj' twi.
thv is detrimental to the best tradition of our
nation as well as to our cwn best interest-.
This weekend the books c'oce fcr the regi'-
trction for the May primaries.
Failure to reqister means the loss of a riqht
to vote.
Let's make sure eorV> of us has th's v-ilu-
able riaht to cost a ballot next mo-th whe-
the candidates for some important offices ar
chosen.
JOSEPH ALSOP
ALSOP
If We Should Lose
WASHINGTON In the pre-
vailing fog of gloom and uncrr-
tainty. there ar only two 1
that can be said with perfect
certainty about the war in Viet
nam, The first is bleaklj sim] li
There is in fact no comforta-
able, easy halfway house between
de.'eat and victory.
No one who ha- studied North
Vietnamese policy, labored to
read the captured documents
followed on tin -p.it the develop-
ment of Hanoi's war plans, tac-
tics and strategy believes fnr one
moment that such a halfway
house exists today, or will ever
exist in the future.
The well-intentioned people who
offer theoretical blueprints for
such halfway houses are as
ant of the realities as the people
who used to peddle the view that
Josef Stalin was really a nice guy
at heart.
. Huge losses
The North Vietnamese leai
are men with tenacity and cour-
age that seem all the more ad-
mirable in the present climate
in Washington.
They are also men endowed
with the mo-t steely ruthlessness.
In February they expended
their troops at a rate of more
than 10.000 men a week and in
the week of March 2-9. they were
still expending troops so lavish-
ly that their losses exceeded
6.700 men and this is without
counting their wounded:
Take as their population base
the 16.5 million people of North
Vietnam, plus the 5 million plus
or minus under Viet Cong control
in the South. Make the appropri-
ate conversion and you find that
the Hanoi leaders are in fact ac-
cepting losses which, if accented
by the United States, would run
from 60.000 to 100.000 men a
week in killed-in-action alone.
They are accepting these quite
unprecedented rates of lossten
times as high as the average in
the recent past because they
are going for broke. They arc
going for broke trying to win
the war in a short timebecause
they know they cannot stand the
strain of a greatly prolonged war.
And they arc ready to make such
appalling sacrifices because they
want to get their grip on South
Vietnam.
Hanoi Takeover
To get their grip on South
Vietnam at cheaper cost, the
Hanoi leaders might well accept
one or another of the crazier
halfway house solutions that
have been proposed in this
country. But if that is ever per-
mitted to happen. Saigon will be
ruled from Hanoi in a very short
space of time.
All the millions of Vietnamese
who have put their faith in the
Lnited States will then suffer
cruelly for this misplaced faith
Tne United States will also
have experienced its first defeat
in war since this republic was
established.
And that leads to the second
certainty m the present situation
which is also bleak and simple-'
defeat in Vietnam will poison
American political life for a gen-
eration or more.
The circumtant es that pr
ed Me McCarthytiaii
right tri il compare
to the hideous circumstances that
confront this country aftei
> .-.: in Vietnam
resulting outcry about
"stabs in the back." the search
for scipegoa'.s and the ;>.
tions oi disloyalty and worse
in truth be expected to make the
McCarthy-time seem downrigl i
cozy in retrospect.
Considering how obvious this
u to be. one is all but drivi
to conclude that the America-,
left has gone collectively ins;.:
\- anyone should be able
see. there is already an acu'i
danger of the most fright
sort of a turn to the right in th -
country. The extreme postures
the Negro racists and the troubli
:n the cities are quite enough to
provoke such a rightward turn
The Pre riot con.
was nn more than realistu
when it warned of the possibility
of American apartheid.
Th..: risk, G d knows, will tx
hard enough to circumvent, an.i
that problem will be hard enough
to solve, without the added poi
sons that are -ure to be en-
gendered by the first defeat in
war in American history.
Add these other po.sons to the
present mix. and the American
future hardly bears contempla-
tion!
Safe Course
Without regard to the wisdom
or unwisdom of past decisions,
there is therefore only one safe
course to take. That course is to
make the needed effort to win
the war. Winning does not mean
crushing North Vietnam, and it
does not demand the measures
proposed by men like Gen. Curtis
LeMay. Winning means no more
than forcing the Hanoi leaders to
call home their troops and to
cease threatening their neighbors
in Laos and South Vietnam.
As a.:y rational man should be
able to see from the loss rates
and population figures cited
hove, the Hanoi leaders cannot
imaginably sustain the kind of
effort they are now making for a
very long time.
If you go for broke and fail, the
failure leaves you broken. Hence,
there is nothing hopeless in the
present situation: but because of
the American advocates of defeat
at any price, there is a profound
danger for the American future
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Friday, April 5, 1968
f.kwist fhrkHoa)
Paqe S-fl.
J.H.A. To Dedicate Auditorium
The dedication of the new Ruby
Auditorium of the Jewish Home
1. r t!je Aged of Greater Miami
,., be the highlight of a Sunday
afternoon program starting at 2:30.
Guest speaker at the dedication
ceremony will be Gov. Otto Kerner
of Illinois, chairman of the Presi-
dent's National Advisory Commis-
sion on Civil Di orders.
If0 KOSt, in.
Leo Rose. Jr.. president of the
Home, announced this week that
the new Ruby Auditorium "will
serve as a cultural and recreational
center, not only tor JHA residents,
but tor the entire community.
"Not only does this beautiful fa-
cility, costing almost $200,000. rep-
resent the largest single contribu-
tion ever given to the Home, but
it is a mark of progress for our
entire community,"' the Miami
Beach attorney added.
He said that the donors of the
structure. Sam and Etta Ruby, of
Miami Beach and Chicago, had cut
no costs in their etforts to insure
that the Jewish Home for the Aged
will have one of the finest build-
ings of its type to serve its needs.
A slate of 17 community leaders
have been recommended by the
Nominating Committee for elec-
tion to vacancies on the Board of
Directors.
Those recommended by the JHA
Nominating Committee for elec-
tion to the 50-member Board for
three-year terms are: Col. Jacob
M. Arvey. Stanley M. Beckerman,
Mrs. Ruth J. Berger, Louis Bresler,
S. Robert Cooper. Judge Irving
Cypen. Mrs. J. Entine, Abraham
Hirsch. Irvin Korach, Aaron Kor-
envaes. Dr. Irving Lehrman, Mrs.
Jesse LeVine. Mrs. Anna B. Mey-
ers. Sam Resnick. Mrs. Sam Serv-
er. Mrs Sol Silverman and Mr.
William A. Weintraub.
LETTERS TO THE EDITuK
Urges Greater Efforts
Weizmann Branch
Of Farband Makes
Drive For CJA-IEF
Under the chairmanship of Moe
Levin, the Weizmann Branch of
Farband-Labor Zionist Order has
raised more than $6,000 to date
towards its goal of $8,000 for the
1968 Combined Jewish Appeal-
; Israel Emergency Fund
The Weizmann Branch organiz-
i ed a special CJA-IEF committee
at a meeting held at Mr. Levin's
home. The chairman is president
of the Israel Histadrut Committee
I of Greater Miami and a director
j of the Mercantile National Bank.
Among those serving on the
committee are Mrs. Levin, Mr. and
Mrs. Aaron Katz. Mr. and Mrs.
David Freed, Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Caller. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Samet.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hayet, Jacob
Fishman. Mrs. Dora Ofenenden,
Mrs. Anna Rosmarin and Mrs.
Celia Ackerman.
Mr. Levin and Mr. Hayet are
spearheading an effort to enroll
every member of the branch as a
contributor to the CJA-IEF.
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EDITOR, Th Jewish Floridian:
There are in Greater Miami,
150,000 Jews (God bless them). Yet
only 10.000 of them give to the
Combined Jewish Appeal. Where
are the others? Don't they know
that the Combined Jewish Appeal
takes care of 30 agencies here and
in Israel0 Fifty percent of the
proceeds go to Israel.
I would like to mention a lev. of
the beneficiary agencies, such as
the Jewish Home for the Aged. Mt
Sinai Hospital. YM-YWHA, Jewish
Family and Children's Service.
Bureau of Jewish Education, and
so on.
Our great-grandparents in the
old country gave pennies for the
settlement ot the country that is
now Israel The very first pioneers
came to the wasteland with the
idea of building a Jewish home.
Hundreds gave their lives to build
for all the Jews who were not
. wanted in countries all over the
I worlda country that we call 1s-
i rael now.
Now Israel is a proud nation. Its
I Arab neighbors want to destroy it
and it is up to us to save it.
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world to come and live there if
they wanted to.
What is a child's (or anyone's)
life worth? No money in the world
can "buy it. Yet when we ask you
: to save them by giving to the
| United Jewish Appeal, and the
Combined Jewish Appeal, not ten
percent of the Jews of Greater
j Miami are giving.
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I now. By helping Israel, you help
! yourself.
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Arab Tells Of
Terror Plans
Of El Fatah
Continued from Page 1-A
e Israels southernmost port.
But we know that this isn't
true he said mournfully The .
commanders make a lot of propa-
ganda till their bank accounts and
mi n armchairs while we face
either death or captivity. '
The Jordanian army helped the
Fatah, he added They informed
them of the whereabouts of Israeli
patrols and advised them where to
cross the Jordan River.

Hi- said that he personally knew
Ot six squads which had infiltrated '
into Israel a few days before the
action took place. One was sent to
the Hebron area, another to Gaza.
Throe more squads were to have
CfOWed over the night before the
ction took place.
There were hardly any civilians
left in Karameh because the gangs
had taken over the town, he said.
Beferring to the two command-
ers Abu Amar and Abu Ali. be
They fled immediately.
'We were issued new arms
which were still covered with
jnd when the tanks came
> did not know that they were
Israeli tanks," Zubeth recalled He
I one of the Fatah com
n inders handling a 50-caliber ma-
n did not know how to use
i a d ordered him to do so
v. hen I n Fuse I, he cocl ed his
ad aimed at me. so I fired
a bursl from my Kalatchikov rifle
a' his egi threw down my weapon
and surrendered."
Later, he said, he helped the Is-
raeli soldier- by taking them to
the iinis cache- and hideouts in
Karameh and its surroundings.
When asked why he did not
Kl Fatah belore, if he did
not believe in them, he replied:
1 would have been treated as a
nil shot
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Covenant Wines are full bodied,
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These wines have been widely ac-
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Products under the Covenant
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All Covenant products meet the
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OFFICERS
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Hpnorary President
Past President
Honorary Vice Presidents
Vice Presidents
Treasurer
Financial Secretary
Corresponding Secretary
Recording Secretary;
President, Greater Miami Auxiliary
President, Hollywood Auxiliary
President, Junior Auxiliary
President, No. Miami Beach Auxiliary
President, Men's Club
Executive Director
Associate Director '
Leo Rose, Jr.
Mrs Isidor Cohen
Judge Irving Cypen
Judge Harold B. Spaet
Col. Jacob M. Arvey
Baron de Hirsch Meyer
Mrs. Fay Ablin
Louis Bresler
David B. Fleeman
Aaron Kravitz
Jack S. Popick
Stanley M. Beckerman
Sam Resnick
Mrs. Ruth J. Berger
Mrs. Lawrence Silverman
Mrs. Stanley M. Beckerman
Mrs. Joseph Namm
Mrs. Meyer Gordon
William A. Weintraub
Maurice Pearlstein
Arthur Kalish
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Friday. April 5. 1968
-Jenisfi fUridttar
Page 7-A
Popick-Miami Unit Is
Started At Hebrew U.
m*
By Special Report
JERUSALEM Groundbreaking
ceremonies for the Ruth and .lack
Popick Miami Humanities Build-
ing were held on the campus of
the Hebrew University here on
March 25. Among those attending
the ceremony were Minister of Fi-
nance Pinhas Sapir. Pierson M.
Hall. U.S. Consul, members of the
University's Board of Governors
and friends from America. Includ-
ing Mr. and Mrs. Popick, active in
Greater Miami Jewish affairs.
In extending the thanks of the
university. President Eliahu Elath
stated that additional accommoda-
tion for the humanities had be-
come urgent in the last few years
in view of the expansion of the
humanities disciplines on the one
hand and the growth of the stu-
dent body on the other.
Members of the International
Board of Governors of the Hebrew
University were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Popick for a luncheon
following the groundbreaking cere-
monies Representatives of more
Joseph J. Drucker
Is Elected To Head
Miami Beach Elks
Joseph .1. Drucker. Miami Beach
jeweler and active in veterans
circles, was unanimously elected
as exalted ruler of the Miami
Beach Elks Lodge lor i<68-89.
others elected are: Maurice Gil-
man, leading knight; Larrj S \
mom Kimmel. loyal knight; Andre
Bialolenki, lecturing knight; Ed-
ward Shapiro, secretary; Ted E.
Cohen, treasurer; David Drucker.
Esquire; living Firtel, Chaplain:
Gerald K. Schwartz, inner guard:
Joseph Schmier, Justice of the Sub-
ordinate Forum: Jack Duffy, tiler:
and Jules Taylor, organist.
PER Judge Milton Feller was
chosen chairman of the board of
trustees: P.E.R. Vincent Toscano.
vice chairman of the board: Jack
Bernard, secretary: P.E.R. Mayor
Jay Dermer and Harry Kleinman.
trustees.
The Miami Beach Lodge has
over I7(X) members and is the
largest Elks Lodge in the state.
Zev W. Kogan is the outgoing
exalted ruler.
than thirty-five countries were in-
cluded among the guests.
Among the other Miamians and
winter residents present were Mr.
and .Mrs. Harry H. Frankel. Leon-
ard Ratner and Mr. and Mrs. Abra-
ham F Wechsler.
The Dean of the Faculty of the
Humanities, Prof. R. J. Z. Wer-
blowsky, expressed his gratifica-
tion that in a world which was
"almost science obsessed," Mr.
Popick and the Miami Friends
whom he headed had appreciated
the need to assist humanistic stud-
ies at the university. Nathaniel L.
Goldstein, president of the Ameri-
can Friends, also paid tribute to
the donors for their generosity and
their understanding of the funda-
mental truth that both science and
the humanities had to have a place
in our lives.
The Popick Miami Humanities
Building represents the combined
gift of several hundred South Flor.
idians who raised more than
$300,000 for the structure.
One of the lecture halls in the
building is the gift of the Greater
Miami Women's Division, and the
entrance-way of the building is the
gift of Mrs. Carrie Rosen in mem
lory of Nathan Rosen.
Among those who have present-
ed rooms in the building are Mr.
and Mrs Sidney D. Ansin, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Charcowsky, Nathan-
. iel Cohen and Irving Kirshbaum,
Mrs. Sara Czech, Mr. and Mrs.
Leon J. Ell, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Friedland, Mr. and Mrs Meyer
Harris, Dr. and Mrs. Ralph E.
Kirsch in memory of Mrs. Anna
Kirsch, Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel .1.
Klein. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A.
Post. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard H.
Pallant, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lach-
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Rabbi Baumgard In
Chautauqua Talk
Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgard of
Temple Beth Am will represent the
Jewish Chautauqua Society n- lec-
turer at Florida Presbyterian Col-
lege in St. Petersburg on Wednes-
day. The Rabbi will speak in as-
sembly at 10:30 am on the subject,
"The Evolution Irom Priestij io
Prophetic Religion."
Dr. Baumgard lectures on col-
lege campuses under the auspices
of the Jewish Chautauqua Society,
an organization which seeks to
create better understanding of
Jews and Judaism through educa-
tion. The Jewish Chautauqua So-
ciety is sponsored by the National
Federation of Temple Brother-
hoods.
Israel Finance Minister Pinhas Sapir (left) cements the
cornerstone at groundbreakinq ceremonies for the Ruth and
Jack Popick Miami Humanities Buildinq at the Hebrew
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Arthur Lee has been installed as
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Kaplan is the new president of the
Ladies Auxiliary No 677.
James Stern. Department com*
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was the installing officer. Mrs.
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Telling It Like It Is
Now that Spring is here, can
the summer riots be far behind?
In the opinion of community
leaders, they're not.
Last week, the religious spokes-
men were asked to take a hand
in preventing what is now an
annual eventsomething like the
Fourth of July. The police arc
prepared, the Red Cross has a
disaster plan, but have you?
Before we can "tell it like it
is," it might be wise to try to
discover what really is. Some of
the good church people who were
being asked to use their spiritual
leadership in the prevention of
trouble have to be among those
"most American church members
(who) are prejudiced, racially and
religiously," according to two
University of California sociolo-
gists who have been doing re-
search for the Rockefeller Foun-
dation and the Anti-Defamation
League.
Despite the official position
taken by most churches, nearly
one-third of the clergy hold prej-
udices, the report states. Hut, the
appeal to the local church and
synagogue leaders may not be far
off base, if the view of the re-
searchers is correct.
"Because of their past fail-
ures," the churches may be in
the best potential position to
make deep inroads on contempo-
rary prejudices, in the opinion of
the study.
In a scries of lectures recent-
ly, Supreme Court Justice Hugo
Black expressed his fear that the
"domestic tranquility" desired by
the writers of our Constitution
was being undercut by street and
campus demonstrations.
"Our laws," he said, "do not
provide that elected officials will
act in response to peremptory
demands of the leaders ol tram
pling, singing shouting, anj>rj
croups ,"
newspaper which was barred
from the Miami-Dadc Junior Col-
lege campus. All under the weight
of local laws which in one way
or another have been declared
unconstitutional during Justice
Black's long and distinguished
term on the Supreme Court, but
which the police must uphold be-
cause that's the way the local
establishments want it.
These are little things, surely
not enough for a big-time riot. At
this gathering of local religious
leaders, one asked an expert in
police public relations if the
minions of the law might not be
so strict in their intepretations
when strictness could lead to riot
(as it did in Watts. Detroit and
Newark.) If it's the law, was the
answer, it has to be enforced.
Good. But if he were "telling
it like it is," he would have to
say that not all long-haired boys
are jailed and not all publications
arc barred from the Coral Gables
streets or the Junior College cam-
pus. And, the sensitive young-
black and whiteseem to sub-
scribe more to Allen Ginsberg's
cry that "I saw the best minds of
my generation destroyed by mad-
ness, starving, hysterical, naked
dragging themselves through
the Negro streets at dawn look
ing for any angry fix." than to
Justice Black's plea to realize
that "What we have in this coun-
try is a government of laws, de-
signed to achieve justice to all.
in the most orderly fashion pos-
sible, and without leaving behind
a deluge of hate-breeding divi-
sions and dangerous riots."
It is nol pleasant tO view the
American scene from our com
for table pews. There is hope ex-
pressed that the campaigns of
Kennedy and McCarthy, involv-
ing so many college students, will
cisc some of the pressure, but
those involved are also ol the
ist abli hmcnl w l" < hnw
eagerly to the wish thn
Ruby Fogel Wins
Top Poetry Prize
Ruby Fpgel (Mrs. I. 1 Levkoff)
of Miami Beach, has won the
lames Joyce Award, one of the
top prizes of the Poetry Society ol
America
The award will be presented at
the annual banquet of the Poetry
Society at the Plaza Hotel in New
York on April 11.
Mrs. Levkoffs poetry has been
published in some outstanding na-
tional periodicals, and her first
book of poems. "Of Apes and
Angels," is in its second printing.
RUBY FOGEL
Voters, Inc., Unit
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Voters, Incorporated, will con
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Washington Federal Building, 1234
Washington Ave Miami Beach.
Harry Levy, president of Voters.
Incorporated, will serve as moder-
ator.
Appearing as guests will be:
Judge Milton A. Friedman, Judge
Morris Wolfe, Constable Murray S.
Meyerson, Dave Forman, DonStef-
fin, Anna Brenner Meyers. Ted E.
Cohen. Ellis Rubin, Karl Carroll,
Judge Philip Chafetz, and others.
Gorinstein Joins Bioren
Joseph B Gorinstein, long a re
spected figure in (Jreater Miami
Financial* circles, has been named
resident manager ol the new
Bioren and Co. office on Miami
Beach. The Philadelphia-based se-
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Itcasonablc. You must have
read about the young man who
was sentenced to 60 days in a
Miami jail on a vagrancy charge
unless he got his long hair cut.
And about the young people and
teachers who were arrested for
distributing literature on a Coral
Gables street, or the student
wnilc rstahlishmciil uli>
eagerly "> 'lie wish thm*?>
singer .loan Baez has said the
word:
"Non-violence is a hi:: flop.
The only worse flop is violence."
But Baez is while and reason-
able, and when Rap Brown speaks
on the subject he makes it plain
that "the whole non-violence
thing was nothing but a prepara-
wirnin nnr \v-l',ri! !!!i'i'!i m -.>
destroj ing it.
I don't know what can prevent
a riot this summer or slop it after
it has begun. But l do know that
il we won't begin to translate all
these reports, studies and lectures
into action, we will continue to
live in fear and danger, and
there's little doubl that this, at
least, is "telling it like it is."
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Friday, April 5. 1968
Dedication ceremonies for a room at the Asthmatic Chil-
dren's Foundation Residential Center, North Miami Beach,
in memory of Miss Molly Boqdish, are attended by Israel
Friedman (left), secretary of the Foundation and Mr. and
Mrs. Herman E. Boqdish of Miami Beach.
Chairmen Named For
CJA-IEF Drive Units
Third Federation Israel
Mission Is Announced
Third annual survey mission to
Israel and Europe oT tne* Greater
Miami Jewish Federation will be
made in July, under the personal
our direction of executive direc-
tor Arthur S. Rosichan, it was an-
nounced by Federation president
Leon Kaplan.
The Israel portion of the 1968
mission will be conducted by the
United Jewish Appeal, and only 15
Greater Miamians may participate.
Contributors to the Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency
Fund here are eligible, and in-
quiries may be made at the Fed-
eration offices.
This year's tour will include de-
tailed studies of the life-saving
missions of the Joint Distribution
Max Gleiberman has accepted
the post of chairman of the Work-
men's Circle committee for the
1968 CJA-IEF joint campaign, it
was announced this week by asso-
ciate chairman Robert Russell.
Estelle R. Stein is secretary of
the new committee, which will
hold special meetings for every
branch of Workmen's Circle.
Committee members enrolled for
the intensive Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund so-
licitation include Isldor Cohen.
Metropolitan Opera star Jan
Peerce will, for the fourth con-
secutive year, conduct the
Passover seder services on
April 12 and 13 in the Napo-
leon Room of the Deauv'lle
Hotel. Tha accompanyinq
choir will be directed by Eli
Samuels.
Jack Gebaide. Ethel Gitlin, Mur-
ray Gold, Sarah Gold, Annie Goon,
1 Nathan Goon, Bertha Green, Max
Greenberg. Max Haskell. Samuel
Horowitz. Anne Kalmanson, Max
Kleinot. Sarah I-evine. Abraham
Manes. Monroe Nelson, A. Harry
Stlntldiner, Ben Swire. Katie Tisch-
' ler. Sarah Weincr, Sam Wiener
and Max Zimmerman.
Members of Workmen's Circle
in other cities who now live in
Florida. as well as all Greater
Miami members of the Arbeiter
Ring arc urged to take part in this
ear'- drive, Mr Gleiberman said.
Sender Kaplan, former consul of
Fsrael n Coba, has been designated
coordinator of the new committee.
Jerrj Cavell, president of the
I'nited Syna'jo-iue of America
Men's 'lull Federation of Florida.
bas been named chairman of a
North Dade DialA-Thon for the
Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund.
Mr. Cavell's acceptance was an-
nounced this week by Dr. Max Lip-
schitz. rabbi of Beth Torah and
North Dade chairman ol the CJA-
IFF campaign.
Men's clubs and brotherhoods of
North Dade synagogues and tem-
1 pies are joining with other Jewish
i organizations in the North County
area, including several units of
B'nai B'rith and the Jewish War
Veterans to man the telephones in
a marathon solicitation drive.
Dr. Lipschitz said the goal of
S100.000 for North Dade's initial
community campaign "definitely
is attainable if we maintain the
enthusiasm demonstrated in the
opening weeks of the drive."
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Joseph Cohen Is Elected New
President Of Temple Emanu-El
.1 M ph Cohen. Miami Beach
business executive and philan-
thropist, has b.'cn elected president
o! Temple Emanu-El, the largest
Conservative congregation in the
Southeastern United States.
Tht election took place during
the Miami Beach congregation's
semiannual dinner dance in the
new Temple Enunu-El Social Hall-
Schoo! Building.
Mr. Cohen, president of the Jew-
ish National Fund Council of
honorary life president of the con-
gregation in recognition of the dis
rir.-uishd service and dedicated
leax'.irship, according to Samuel N.
Fricdiand, who was reelected as
chairman of the board.
Mr. Boderman joins Mayer II.
Fiankel. Joseph M. Lipton. Jo-
seph Rose and Harry Sirkin as
honorary life presidents. Elected
as honorary vice presidents were
B. I. Binder. Dr. Stanley Frehling.
Charles Fruchtmun and Harry
Pearlman.
New v'ce presidents are Jack
Carner. Judge Irving Cypen. Sam-
uel J. Halpcrin. A. J. Molasky.
Emil Morton. Alexander Mus>.
Jack S. l'opick and George J. Tal-
ianoff. Harry Rott was elected sec-
retary and Abe Green was voted in
as financial secretary.
Other officers include Dr. Her-
man R. Mechlowitz. recording sec-
retary: Samuel Lipton. treasurer:
Joseph Hoffman. Harry Millman
and Judge Herbert S. Shapiro, as-
sociate financial secretaries: Dr.
Jack J. Falk. Dr. Sherman R. Kap-
lan and Harry A. Levy, associate
secretaries: and Sydney Cans and
Jack Taylor, associate treasurers.
Mr. Cohen moved up to his new
MAX BODtKMAN
post alter several years as a vice
president. He will be installed dur-
ing late Friday services at Temple
Em:inu-KI this week, beginning at
8:30 p.m.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. rabbi of Ihe
congregation at 1701 Washington
Ave., will preach on "Your Syna-
gogue and You." Cantor Zvi Adler
will chant.
josira com n
Ceremonies Mark Groundbreaking
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JERUSALEM UTA) Former
I President Hairy S. Truman, in a
h read here Shis week, called
on all nations, "especially those
i thai tend toward belligerency" t"
"iorsake the primitive folly of the
battlefield for the sane, sensible
and civilized waj ol the confer-
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disputes.
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Slates the first nation to recognize I
new-born Israel, were read by his
personal friend and representative.
David Noyes, at groundbreaking
ceremonies lor ilie Harry S. Tru-
man Center for the Advancement
Ol Peace to be buiit on Mount
Scopus
The ceremonies, held indoors be-
cause of ram. were attended by
I s Ambassador Walworth Bar-
bour, members ol the Cabinet and
founding members ol the Center
which is made up ol American-.
Canadians and subscribers from
South America and other pails of
the world.
To date, more than $4 million
has been raised toward construe
tion of the Truman Center, to be
primarily a research institute
working with I'nKed Nations agen-
cies concerned with problems of
daily life such as health, food,
shelter, soil conservation and Irri-
gation.
President Truman declared in
his speech that he urged all na-
tions to eschew war because "all
wars, no matter how fierce or
savage, must come to an end and
terminate at the conference table."
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Friday, April 5, 196-
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
The Great Sabbath
By RABBI MAURICE KLEIN
Temple Tifereth Jacob
On the Sabb3th before Pa.--
*e read in the synagogue a spe-
cial haftorah from the prophet
Malachi due to the following mes-
sage by this
prophet:
"Behold. I will
send you Elijah
the prophet be-
fore the coming
of the great and
awe inspiring
day of the Lord.
And he shall
turn the hearts
of the fathers
unto the chil-
dren and the
hearts of the
children unto
oMi Kleia their fathers''
One of the explanations of the
Talmud why this Sabbath, usher-
ing in the holiday of Passover has
been designated as the Great
Sabbath" is because of the great
miracle which took place on the
Sabbath prior to the redemption
from slavery.
Talmudic legend relates that
each Jewish family was enjoined
to take a sheep and sacrifice it for
a Pasca even though the
sheep was worshiped by the Egyp-
tians.
The god of Egvpt was now
slaughtered before their eyes with-
out fear That was a signal that
the great redemption of freedom
is truly at hand.
More than three thousand years
later, in June. 1967. Egvpt con-
temptuously looked upon Israel as
the vulnerable sheep which will
easiiv he slaughtered, especially
with the help o.' the big "bear."
But the miracle of the lamb
vanquishing a mightier beast in
spite of its boastfulness of the "di-
v.ne guicance" of a mighty foreign
power wai a historic event that we
beheld with our own eyes and the
entire world saw it with us.
This was no more a speculation
of the credibility in old biblical
stories.
The prophet's sublime vision of
children's hearts returning to their
fathers and fathers to their chil-
dren is now a living reality.
Hundreds of thousands, young
and old. are now flocking to the
holiest shrine of our people, the
Western Wall in the city of Jeru-
PRESIDENT SHAZAR
ttr REEIECTED
JERUSALEM iJTA>Zal-
man Shazar. Israel's 73-year.
o!d President, was elected to
a sjconi five-year term by
the Kresset thi; weak. Of the
110 Knesset members. 86
voted for Mr. Shazar. the
only candidate, while 24 cast
birnk ballots.
Knesset speaker Kadish
Luz. accompanied by Prime
Minister Eshkol. visited the
President at his home to in-
form him officially of his re-
e'ection and to offer congrat
illations.
fKabbirtical J eh
evtsion
v.
roarams
APR. 7h. 10. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Uour.
Host: Rabbi Morion Malavsky. Temple Beth Shalom.
Hollywood
APR. 7-Ch. 7. 10:00 a.m. The Still Small Voice.
Host: Rabbi Alexander Gross. Principal of the
Hebrew Academy.
Topic: Hebrew Academy.
APR. 9Ch. 2. 9:30-10:30 p.m. Man to Man.
Topic: Passover and Easter
Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Pierce.
Participants: Dr. Joseph R. Xarot, Rabbi. Temple
Israel of Greater Miami: Rev. Albert R. Schmidt
Grace Lutheran Church of Miami Springs: Rev.
Rev. James Briggs, St Mary's Cathedral.
salem for the first time in two
thou.-and years.
This "Gre.it Sabbath" of 1968.
ushering in the twentieth anniver-
sary of the independent free State
ol Israel, is no more biblical poetry
but it is the answer of the two
thousand year stubborn cry of our
fathers and grandfathers who nev-
er gave up the hope that we now
live to see.
Indeed history shows that the
Jewish people emerged from all
onslaughts against them, ever
stronger and more determined.
Persecution kept our people more
united, forced them to close ranks
jnd bolstered their morale.
As we celebrate the "Great Sab-
bath." let us a?semble in the syna-
1 gogue to demonstrate as never be-
fore that the hearts of the children
and fathers are beating in com-
plete harmony in anticipation of
1 the great Passover and final peace
and freedom are sure to follow.
Shmurah Matzoh
Rabbi Abraham Korf. regional
director of the Merkos LTnyonei
I Chtnuch Lubavitctter movement.
?is- again announced that the or-
,-anizatiort was distributing more
than 400 packages of Shmurah
Matzoh to members of the Greater
Miami Jewish community.
Panama's President
Confirmed from Page 1-A
He stiil claims he lost the 1964
elections because of a tiaud.
Today Arias headi Panama's
largest political party, the Pana-
mas, and is running tor Pre-'
deni ur.der a coalition called the
Nationai Union ot Parties to which
Delvalle has thrown the support
of his Kepublican Par>
It is ironic that e/vring trie past
two week* since Delvalle has been
the titular head of the country,
opposit'on forces have already
la'ched onto the fact of his Jewish
birth, and published slandering re-
marks to the effect that he should
"go back to Curacao." Delvalle
was born in Panama.
Delvalle has gained much sym-
pathy among the Jewish members
jl the Panama community. He has
appeared frequently at Jewish
functions, often as representative
oi the government. Panama i- :
lively free of anti-Semitism, al-
though it has flared up violent!)
on several occasions in the last
decade The local B'nai B'rith
chapter and prominent .1 .
Businessmen in Panacoe ha\
ways acted "promptly to ste
flow.
Delvalle is known to be a si:
cere, dedicated businessman -
i. with an amiable dispos
t:on He said he plans to i
from Dublic !;:e after the II;
elections.
Delvalle's wife. Yvonne, ais^
Sephardic Jew. has been active a
her lite in community ser\:
.anizations. Daughter Yvonne
married and has three children
Nol an aggressive politician. Do
valle more or less fell into the jo
by dint of a situation which devei
oped within the last two weeks o
.Outical crisis that threaten :.
be the worst in Panama's ofter
stormy. 63-year history. His will
probably be a short tenure of of-
fice in a jcb he did not seek
Max Delvalle has chalked up 3
sp ctacular first, quite without try-
ing. He might be called a victim
ot circumtancethe first Jewish
President of a Latin American
country.
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Tzav
ISRAEL'S national folk dance,
the Hora. originated in the Bal-
kans.
Moses anoints Aaron and his sons as priests.
"And he poured of the anointing oil upon Aaron's head, and
anointed him. to sanctify him." (Lev. 8:12).
TZAVAn elaboration of the sacrificial laws: the burnt-
offering, the meal ottering, the sin-offering, guilt-oftering and
peace-offering.
Moses consecrated Aaron and his sons for the priesthood: he
made their offerings of con-ecration. sprinkled them with the
oil of anointment and taught them the order of sacrifice. "And
at the door of the tent of meeting shall ye abide day and night
seven days, and keep the charge of the Lord, that ye die not:
for so I am commanded" ILeviticus 8:35).
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is extracted
and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage."
edited by P Wollman-Tsamir, $15. Publisher is ShengoM, and the
volume is available at 27 William St.. New York 5, N.Y. President
of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang.
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AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA
TION. 98S SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morris Barr.
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N Ken.
dall Dr.. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
'rlday ?::;" pm Sermon: "What the
Matron Said to the shall.ih Sixth
trade r.-iicU'U.- school children will
participate
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BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William W. Lipson.
Yulsiy anil K:l.~. p m Sirmon: "The
I'ros and Cons of tin- Military Chap-
lain." Oneg shaiiiiat iponaored b\
hildrcn 'if Harry Billions on tile
Kianlon .f his !inth tiirthilay Satur-
lay 9 am Sermon: The Torah t^-oson
far Mltzvah: Ste\.n. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Sidney Silvertnan Mincha p.m
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Avenue.
Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
-'rlday i>:.'tn p.m. Saturday 1* a.m. Ber-
mon: "The Great Sabbath CUtaa
*.'45 p.m. Mincha 6tlS p.m.
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12tn Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Caettw- Ben Dickton.
Saturday 8:4." am Sermon: "Requi-
dtes for Peaer." Portion of the Law
.:3n p.m Sermon: Prepare for Pre*-
lom" #i p.m.
BETH SOLOMON. 50 NW 51st Place.
Conservative,
i-'riday 6 and 8:15 p.m. Oneg Shabbal
iponaored bj .Mr. and Mrs I
joldenberaj In honor of their anniver-
- and Mr. Oofdenbersj'a birthday
Saturday 9 a qv^Mlncha 5:20 p m
3ETM TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW 8*h
St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Yiday I:1S p.m Quest speaker, Moms
Harris. Topi. "Reviewing :" years
>f Miami Jewish Life Mi and lira
loxeph Kaufman will host the 0
ihabbal In honor of 'hen new irraSnl-
lauchter. Saturday 8 m S< rmrs
i 'ortlon of the \V I
B'NAI SHOLOM (Temple). 275 *Iw
199th Street. Conservative Rapbi
Abraham M. Casael
-
Trm page it prepared in
cooperation U'tth the Greater
Mini Rabbinical AssocidtfOtl.
Coordinator of the features
appearing here is
DR. MAX LIPSCHITZ
Spiritual Leader of
Beth Torah CONGMOATION
of North Miami Beach
rCcliqioiis <^<
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crviccs
ISRAEL (TEMPLE). OF GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19tn St. Reform
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot.
Frlda> 8:1.1 p m Sermon: "if Ood
Determines I 'u: Destiny, What Can
,. Do
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW SStrl
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avroin L.
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnass.
Friday ,;.:.'" p.m. Saturday *" n
Sermon: "*Tfie Amencai Rabbi
I -t-i .- -1 ..r Pll phet "
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MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE 3737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional Cantor
Lotos Cohen.
OR OLOM (TEMf-'-E). Conservative
8755 SW 16th St. Miami. Rabbi
Ralph Z. Glixman. Cantor 8:njamin
Ben Ari
Friday ":''," p.m. i nieK Shabbal 0 -
sored by Nursery anil Kinder*.
School Saturda) 8:4H a m. Bur Mlts-
vah: Gary son, of Mr and Mrs
Morton Parber and Graham, -
Mr ami Mr- Jerome Martin S oel
Seudos .'. p m
TIFERETH ISRAEL 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. (..*-or Albert Qtantz
Friday 8:1.1 p.m Sermon "The D------
Ings of Peaci Saturday m Ber-
mo The VVeeklj Portion Bar Mits-
v.ih; Harry Jay, soti ol Mr- Purah
Slslclnd ami th. late Sydne) Shsklnd
TIFERETH JACOB (TEMPLE). 951 E.
4th Ave., H'.-ieah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
Frldaj 8 is p.m Sermoi "Th* I
- rj E\ er Ever 'i .- lurday
- I." ,i m
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kromsh Cantor Oav Prlda; 8:13 p.m Sermoi "Hoa Can
Israel Relj on the l \ ?' Saturday
'" Mltst an i louarlas, son
of Mr. and Mr- Hi r and
David, son of Mr- Jan Hoffman ami
d :.| ((-.:.!
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BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E Rackovsky.
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig.
EMANUEL (TEMPLE) 1701 Wash-
mgon Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler
Frnia; n:.l ^..':' p m. Sei*m>n: "Your
Synagogue and You" Annual Installa-
tloi of Officers Saturday a m Ser-
mon: Th- lYeekl; i' rl Albert,
?on of Mrs Hemiette M ed Roth and
Mr Walter Roth; and David H rs-e:
ii, :....: .-... p |.3o
an! Mluoha !::n Ml EMuard
Wolff, son i I .\;: Henr -'-. Mi ed
!: tl a id Mr V Iter R< th: and
Michai '
In
-e-
llexander
HEBREW ACADEMV
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi
Gross
2430 Pmetree
Alexander S
ZION 'TEMPLE; 8X0 Miller R-. Con.
sruative. Rabbi Al'-ed Waxman.
- Sabbath.
(he ;-.:,! Saturda} t i m Bar
Mltzvah: M.i-K. n I >: and Mrs
-
MIAMI BEACH
Bar
AGUOATH ISR4EL. 7^01 C..iyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever
1 ; i s tturda) ."' m
p m. followed bj .-
.-. U'l".-
NER TAMiO (TEMOlEi S0:h St and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can.
tor Edward Klein
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40'h Street.
Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
1.1.....
ir;...iii.i.i-:... ...... u .-
BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave..
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Swiriky. Cantor Maurice Mamches
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BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1546
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
1542..H Washington Ave Raooi A
Ben.M llel
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. :532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Enge:
KNESETH ISRAEL. 14-5 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox Rabbi Davd Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Se f
MENORA" TEMPLE 620 75th St
Conservative Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz. Cantor N>co Feldman
:.,\ 8:13 i Thi
.- iu
ttoi
IsMltsval M r and Mm
Jn\ .-u--.'
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN itEVPlE.-.
Conservative. 1025 N= -'^rd St.
M.ami Gardens Rd.. Ribo M-lton
Schimsky Cantor Harry Sterling
r '.". p in Sei i.in u *
v\'e Need Most, Meeeai or A
S.,;u: i lam
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BETM TORAH. 164th St a-d NE ntn
Ave Conservative RabO' Max Lip-
schtz. Cantor Jacob Reoze'
PriUaj ." "" and Sri" p m Bar Mil
vah: Amy, daughter of Dr .,: Mr*
I Ha kmj er; and i !li d} dauaTh
.. B !
t~i ol .'; id Mrs 1 rd km..
St( V< SOI .,! :.:,Ll Ml .. |
......>:. Ad Haul -. Mr and
MrM. .\>
Mitz: Perlma
and M'- Martin Blumeni
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BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
13600 w. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabb' David Roaenfcld. Cantor Ben
Zion KirscHfnbaum.
Frfdaj !' pTm Sermon: "Pre-Paea-
oveT Service.' Onea Shabb
ed b> Sisterhood Saturtta] i
Sermon: Portion of t. \. ,
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles M Ru.
bet Cantor jack Lerner.
Frldaj vl'. ij m "Ask the
..-.>;, on Laws and Cusl
over s iturda; a m Bar tllu\ah
Alyn. son ol Mr :. id Mr* Harold i< i.
SINAI TEMPLE) OF NOR-H OADE
Temporary off.ee. 1380' NE 22nd
Ave Reform Rabbi Ralpn Kmgsley
- |i m ..: v. ashlnjrt' n
! eder \ riui N'E 167 Si
N Thai
m Saturi
Bar .'' "...' Btui I
Mr. l: -,in2
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE -3-51 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox Raoo. Jjnah E
Caplan.
m Saturday .. m
mon des and ..
11. Bar M -
"f Mr and Mrs Bi 0 -
Mincha 6 10 n m. Maarit ?:io p.m
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml.
AMI 90 NE ,71st St Orthodox.
Raooi Naftah Porush
j OHEV SHALOM. 7011 Bonita Dr..
Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeas Weber-
man.
Batnrdi :i m Sermon: -The
|<:-eat Snhhath." Bible Claaa S p.m.
. Mincha 1:11 p.m.
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias.
Friday .':"n p.m Saturday 8:3" n.m.
Sermon: "The Meaning of Shabbal
Hag-adol."
CORAL GABLES
JLiPEA (TEMPLE). 5500 Granda Blvd
Referm Rabbi Morris Kipper.
Prlda} pm. Saturday 11:!:. :, m Bin
Mitsvah: Iiebor.ih Faith, daughter .."
Mr aid Mr- Harold Barkmi Itr.
ZAMORA (TEMPL*B). 44 Zsmora Ave
Conservative Rabbi Maxwell Berger
Cantor Seymour Hinkes.
Friday 8:18 p.m Sermon: -In the Midi-t
of Freedom An u PreeT Satu
da) 8:4S am i... Scrl u
Bar Mltzvah: Brace
'1' .i d In- I'.elllai-d Hen,.
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FT. LAUDERDALE
BETH ISRAEL i TEMPLE. H'
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabb. ^n '. i
Cnaiton. Cantor Trreodor* Mind c
' -l". p m s itunta; > n r:
Mltzxah: Mar, ..< .\tr and -
Kornfivlil
EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrews A.-
Reform Rabbi Richard M. Lev -.;
Cantor Jerome Klament
HALLANOALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENT"?
126 E. Hallandals' Beach Blvd.
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (TEMPLE). S 14th A-
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
8:15 p.m Si-rm.n: The Kt- n
al Message of Passover .-. ;u-Li;
11 a in Mar Mltsvahs V\ illi.un. -
Mr and Mr- Sheldon B
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE). '721
Monroe St. Conservative. Ratjo
Morton Malavsky. Cantor P-iho
Lutman.
SINAI (TEMPI E 120' Johnson St
Conservative. Raooi David Sf.tc M
Cantor Yehud.in Heilbraun.
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEVPLE~35O0 SW
Way Conservative. Rabbi I
Cutler
POMPANC BEACH
59t-
rw-r
SHOLOM (TEMPLE" '32 SW
Ave Conservative. Rabbi v
A Skop. Cantor L-on Sega'
S:1S |. in Sermon: "The
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SURFSIOE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
Surfside Community Center. W
Collins Ave. Orthoesx Rabo Isaa:
D Vine.
Fr
p m Saturday I aJsv
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
7 NISAN 8:20


1
Friday, April 5, 1968
*-/f H#$l? FhrUdfitr
Paqe 13-A
liar man At H.L. Helm
Continued tiom Page l-A
d welcomed th? new president
chairman. lauding them and
: Blath and Judge Levlnthal.
Among the new board members
re Chief Rabbi Moses Rosen ot
Rumania, who sent written consent
.., the board. Other new board
n.ember8 included Victor Carter of
- ..". teles, Prof. William Ilaber
of Lansing. Mich.; Robert Wish-
rt'-ck o1 NVa V >rk: Louis Lefohn of
Canada. Rodger Levi of Belgium
six Israelis.
\\w honorary governors includ-
- | Dr Seymour Alpert of Washing*
D (' : Prof. Oscar Janowsky of
in, Dr. Joseph Kaplan of Los
isles. Jakob Michael of New
*i rk. Judge Edward Silver of
lyn, Dr. Joseph Schwartz of
N, a York, and Admiral U
- ss of New York Justice Haim
[ the 1 a :: Supreme I
ce chairman of the
itive council for another year.
boar .- approved the uni-
b for th? coming year
p n : r -'ore university
uildinis of Mount Scopus on the
merly isolated enclave restored
:o Israeli control by the June war.
Mr. Rothberg announced a sur-
ise aift oi ^1 million to the
University from Max M. Low a
\>w York industrialist and philan-
throplst. The sum will go toward a
new research laboratory and a gar-
den to be named for the bene-
factor's parents. Mr. Low. who
lives in ?\Iamaroneck, N.Y.. has
been active in many charities, par-
ticularly those connected with
..< lical research.
The university conferred honor-
ary doctorate- on two Americans,
in Italian and two Israelis for out-
stan n.: work in their fields The
recipients were Prof. Albeit Neu-
ber er of the United S'ates. cited
foi h'; work in biology: Dr. Joseph
.iriz. cited for his work as
i executive vice chairman of the
Israel Bond Organization; Dr. Au-
Levv. of Italy, tor his work
! in uniting the Jewish community
. V rid War II: Prof.
"':!' ii S! en of Israel, for his
tribut'oi .-.: making Ka-
... .. recognized disci-
Luz. Speaker of
red for conduct-
ng !:> assen
with w'.i :: and understan
Attending the ceremonies as a
special ii -". as M-yi-ar-old Jo-
seph Levy. :: New York clothing
anufa:turer who was present at
he Hebrew University opening on
Mount Scopus 43 years ago.
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Friday. April 3 1968


Y Annual Meeting Sunday to Honor Paul Faske
ALBERT EINSTEIN donated his
original Theory of Relativity man-
uscripts to the Hebrew Unit in .
in Jerusalem,
Kej leaders of the Jewish and
community are expected
to be on hand at the annual meet-
ing of the YM-YWHA of Greater
Miami Sunday evening in tribute
to retiring president Paul Faske.
the April in
Miami Ball." will pay ho.nage to
Mr Faske for his three vears of
ser\ ice in the post.
The Ball will also feature the
-.on of a new president, of-
ficers and board of directors for
the Y\ Leon Kapljn. president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fedcra-
tion. will be the installing officer.
Officials o! the United Fund of
Dade County and other dignitaries
will deliver the community tribute
to Mr. Faske.
Ball chairman is Norton S. Pal-
llot, vice president of the YM-
YWRA. Honorary chairman is Jo-
seph M. Lipton, past president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion.
Nominated for the "Y' presiden-
cy is Sam Seitlin. Miami insurance
executive and active in Greater
Miami communal affairs. Jack
Schenkman, nominating commit-
tee chairman, announced the fol-
lowing officers on the new slate:
Vice presidents: Lionel Bosem.
Matthew Ettinger. Mrs. Jack Katz-
man and Norton Pa Hot; treasurer,
James Bre-low: associate treasur-
er. Jack Schenkman: recording
secretary. Leon Epstein: corre-
sponding secretary. Irving Wexler:
financial secretary. Milton Balsam.
Nomineo for YM YWIIA board
ol directors. 1:>63 1970: Richard
Abel Fred August, Milton Balsam.
Mrs. Raj ::< rein, Lionel Bosem. A.
Budd Culler. Leon A. EpMein. Paul
Faske. Samuel Fox. Mrs. Louis
Glasser. Allan Gluckstern. Dr. Jo-
seph Harris, Marshall S. Harris.
e Herskowitz. Morton Hill.
Milton Jasper. Leon Kaplan. Jack
Lanutr. Morris D. Levitt, Edward
Lustig, Joseph Mallah. Herbert G.
Paige. Norton Pallot. Clifford
i'eiiman. Lou Poller. Mrs. Arthur
Roth. William S. Ruben. Isidore B.
Simkowitz. Mrs Milton Sirkin and
Eli Timoner.
Nominees for one-year board
term (1968-19691 include: Irwin G.
Christie. Dr. Morris S. Fox, Alfred
B. Kane. Alan B. Kessler, Joseph
Nevel. David Schultz. Frank Solo-
mon.
Previously elected board mem-
bers whose terms expire in 1969
are: Rabbi Herbert Baumgard,
James Breslow. Max Brown, Rabbi
Jonah E. Caplan. Dr. Sol Center,
Matthew Ettinger. Morton R. Fell-
man. Marvin H. Gillman, Arthur
D. Horwitz. Jacob Katznun. Mrs.
Jacob Katzman. Calvin Kovens,
Harry Mizrach. Evan Olster, Don-
ald J. Reiff. O. J. Rosenstrauch.
YMHA leaders discuss final details of the tribute dinner
honoring Paul Faske of the YM-YWHA of Greater Miami.
Shown (from left) are YMHA board member Morton Fell-
man, executive director Efraim H. Gale, vice president Sarn
Seitlin and board member Leon Kaplan.
Michael H. Salmon. Dr. Philip
I Samct. Jack Schenkman. Sam Seit-
I lin. Clifford L. Suchman. Robert
E. Sussman. Irving L. Wexler,
I Martin Yelen.
A champagne cocktail party will
: srecede the business portion of the
| evening. Dancing and dessert sup-
i per will follow.
A feature of this year's event
| will be the opening of the Pre-
i miere Art Exhibit featuring orig-
i inals of world famous artists pro
I vided through the courtesy of the
Gloria Luna Gallery. All the works
of art will be for sale.
Included will be the works of
Dali. Picasso. Chagall. Calder.
I Roualt, Kossonogi. Reuben Rubin.
1 Blasnavski and Gross.
The exhibit will remain open to
the public, at no charge, through
Wednesday. April 10. The hours
will be 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The YM-YWHA of Greater Mi-
ami is a beneficiary agency of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and the United Fund.
Y Third Seder
The Senior Citizens of the South-
west Branch of the YM-YWHA of
Greater Miami will sponsor a
"Third Seder" Luncheon at noon
Wednesday. April 17.
Cochairmen arc Mrs. Max Drosd
and Mrs. Gertrude Konigsberg.
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Friday. April 5. 1968
*ki Paae 15-A
Ritual Notes Soviet Jewish Plight
Jack Monahan (right) executive director ul thl rioada Hos-
pital Association, was honored at a recent luncheon by
Mount Sinai Hospital for 15 years of service. Shown at the
presentation of a plaque by the hospital are Baron de Hirsch
Meyer (left Mount Shiai president; and S.-.muel Gertner,
administrator of the hospital.

Leon Ell Is Named
Florida Delegate To
Republican Meet
i. n J. Eor many <
in J affairs in Great* r
ai half of Israel, has
..I pami a member oi the
Florida St; i delegation to the
Republican National Convention
vhich will :i et here next summer.
A retired lawyer, author and
world travelei Mr. Ell served un-
der President Kisenhower as a
member of the White House Con-
ference on Refugees and he repre-
sented the United States at a con-
ference on European migration
held in Geneva in 1958.
He has been active on behalf of
the Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
ation, the Jewish National Fund,
the American Friends, of the He-
brew University and has served on
the board of directors of the Union
oi American Hebrew Congrega-
The South Florida Conference on
Soviet Jewry has called on Jews
m the Greater Miami area to in-
clude in the regular seder services
a prayer on behalf of Jews of the
Soviet Union who have been vic-
tims of oppression and bias.
Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple
Beth Sholom, is chairman of the
Conference.
The special addition to the seder
ceremony calls for setting aside of
one matzoh as a "Matzoh of Hope'*
and reciting the following prayer:
"This matzoh. which we set aside
as a symbol of hope for the three
Hunter Alumni To Hear
Address On 'Hematoloqv'
The South Florida Chapter of j
the Hunter College Alumni Assn
will hear Mis. Betsie Berger, chief
technician in the Department of ,
Hematology at Mt. Sinai Hospital,
liscuss "Hematology in Mi
Medicine" al a luncheon meeting
S iturday in the Biscayne
afetei il was announced by
Mrs. M. Jay Berliner, vice presi-
dent of the association.
Mrs Shores is president.
million Jews of the Soviet Union,
reminds us of the indestructible
link that exists between us.
"As we observe this festival of
freedom, we know that Soviet Jews
are not free to learn of their Jew-
ish past, to hand it down to their
children. They cannot learn the
languages of their fathers. They
cannot teach their children to be
the teachers, the rabbis of future
generations.
"They can only sit in silence
and become invisible. We shall be
their voice, and our voices shall
be joined by thousands of men of
conscience aroused by the wrongs
suffered by Soviet Jews. Then shall
they know that they have not been
forgotten, and they that sit in
darkness shall yet see a light."
In Memory of
HARRY SPIVACK
my Beloved and
Wonderful Dad
"gone but never forgotten"
who passed away on
April 6th, 1962
From His Daughter
EVELYN DECKY
IEON ILL
lions and as a trustee of Hebrew
I niea (ollege-Jewish Institute of
Religion.
He is a past president and hon-
orarj life president of Temple
Beth Sholom, Miami Beach.
Poetry Festival Slated For Saturday
The Fifth-Annual Greater Miami
Poetry Festival will take place at
8 15 p.m. Saturday, at Bayfront
Auditorium; Biscayne Blvd. at 5th
^' M and
So mi 1700 POCSM were submit-
ted to Jordan Davidson, chairman
oi tin Poetiy Festival, who is also
president of UM Association of
Florid.. Poetl
The contest judges are the Poet
Laureate of Florida, Mis. Vi\ian
Laramore Rader, Mrs. Harriet
Gray Blackwell, Mrs. Phyllis Flaig
and Mrr. Lillian Gr<*/it.
There wilj be an award giver, to
ejeh winner and a Certim.
Merit to the runniT-up in each of
the following categories; elemen-
taiy school children, junior high
school student*, senior high school
. ..:>, college and university
at8, and other residents oi
!reater Miami.
.-- Marietta R. Clarke, inter.
, ,ially known poet from New
York City, will attend the Festival
.uhI read from her famous books.
Miss Clarke enjoys wide recogni-
tion as a poet, critic, lecturer and
. amatist as well as columnist.
Mr. Davidson has arranged for
:u famous "Little Tama" to sing
of the songs she has sung
during her appearances on the Ed
Sullivan and John Gary TV shows.
rania 10, lives in Miami Beach.
Mrs. Kader will read from her
book, "Od to Ufa." Mrs.
Radar has served as chairman of
Poetry for the National League of
American Pen Women and is the
author of many books of poetry.
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Morn in 18o7, Lillian decided early in
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ing. Appalled by the dreadful conditions
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bewildered and friendless came streams
of immigrants. To the children she was
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social activities and education.
Lillian Wald's advocacy resulted in the
creation of the Federal Children's Bureau
in 1912, a landmark in social service. Her
70th birthday was celebrated nationally
Her death, in 1940, evoked tributes from
the leading figures in the United States.
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"eJewish Floridian
Miami, Florida, Friday. April 5. 1968
Section B
Dr. Baum Gets Top
R. I. University Post
Third Seder To Hear
Cantor, Mrs. Feldman
By Special Report
PROVIDENCE. R.I. A former
vice president of the University
of Miami will become the first
Jewish president of the University
of Rhode Island next September.
Dr. Werner A. Baum, who served
from 1963 to 1965 as vice presi-
dent for academic affairs and dean
of the faculties of the University
of Miami, was named to the p at a meeting here of the Rhode
Island Board of Trustees of State
Colleges.
For the past year. Dr. Baum,
an internationally prominent me-
teorologist, has served as deputy
administrator of the Environ-
mental Services Administration of
the United States Department oi
Commerce.
Before coming to the University
oi Miami, he held successive ad-
ministrative positions al Florida
State University as head ol the
Department of Meteorology, direc
tor of University Research, dean
of the Graduate School and dean
ol the faculties.
While living in Miami. Dr Baum
ii Sisterhood affairs. Their two
daughters, Janice Michelle and
Sandra Roslyn, attended the Belli
\m religion- school.
JOHN OF CAPISTRANO, an Ital-
ian Francican preacher, was di-
and his family belonged to Temple (.i:i> ,,.,;,....,;, for ,he burning
Beth Am where his wife, the foi Jews in Breslau in 1453 and for
mer Shirlev Bowman, was active many oilier persecutions.
Malcolm Fromberg
To Be Installed As
B.B. Lodge Head
Malcolm H. Fromberg will be
installed as president of the Miami
Beach B'nai B'rith Lodge at a
dinner at 7 p.m. Saturday in the
Seville Hotel.
Mr. Fromberg. an attorney, suc-
ceeds Samuel Pascoe, who is com-
pleting his second year as presi-
dent of the oldest lodge in Miami
Beach.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader of Temple Emanu-El. will
be guest speaker at the dinner.
Which will feature the presenta-
tion of the organization's Presi-
dents Award by Irving Schatzman
George .1. Talianoff will be the
installing officer and will serve as
master of ceremonies.
other officers to be installed at
the dinner are: Lawrence II Shu-
man. president-elect: Joseph Bern-
stein, .lack August. Milton Kahn,
and Leo RutStein, vice presidents:
Jack Kahn. recording secretary;
Samuel Weiner. financial secre-
tary: Philip Cantor, corresponding
secretary; Irving Schatzman. treas-
urer; Samuel Pascoe. monitor; Irv-
ing Schenker, guardian: Ben Le-
vine, asislant guardian: Adolph
I ang, warden; Dr. Abraham Wolf-
son, historian and newscaster and
Gershon S Miller, luncheon chair-
man
Cantor and Mrs. Nico Feldman
will headline the entertainment
program for the community-wide
Third Seder at the Fontainebleau
Hotel April 14. Jacob Rifkin. chair-
man, announced this week.
Cantor Feldman. who serves at
Temple Menorah in Miami Beach,
and his wife are noted as singers
of Israeli and Jewish music, and
will present a special program
dedicated to the spirit of the Pass-
over of Israel's 20th anniversary
icar. Mr. Rifkin asserted.
Dr. Leon Kronish, national vice
president of HistacVut, will make a
special report on Israel's political,
economic and military positions as
the Third Seder launches a month-
long celebration of Israel's birth-
day in Jewish communities around
the world.
Named as members of a torn-
i mittee of sponsors for the dinner
are Mrs. Rose Aberly. Mrs. Else
Bonem. Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Bur-
stein. Mr. and Mrs Morris Cooper.
Mrs. Beulah Davis. Mr. and Mrs
Archie Dickstein, Mr and Mrs.
flyman Dubowy, Mr. Samuel El-
man, Mr. and Mrs. A. FilOSOf, Mr
and Mrs. Sam Feinstein, Mr Maj
shie Friedberg, Mr. and Mrs. A.
I Fraidlin, Mr. and Mrs Robert
Garber, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gal-
I fand, Mr. and Mrs. David Good-
man. Miss Ester Goodman, Mr.
and Mrs Abraham Grunhut, Mr.
and Mrs. Max Hecht. Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Honigbaum, Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Katz. Mr and Mrs Aaron
Katz. Mr. and Mrs Morris Kogan,
i Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kuluva;
Also Mr. and Mrs. I. l.cdcrman.
Mr. and Mrs. David Matanky. Mrs.
Kate Meidenberg. Mrs. Anna New
mark. Mrs. Leah Notkin. Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Packer. Mr. Joseph Ra-
bin. Mr. and Mrs. A. Rappaport,
Mrs. Sonia Robhins. Mr. and Mi-
Leonard Rosen, Mr. and Mrs. Max
Rosen. Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Ro-
vinsky. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schac
lei. Mr. Alex Silverstein. Dr. and
Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff. Dr. Michael
Sossin, Mr. and Mrs. J. Stadlan,
Dr. and Mrs. Isaac Unterman. Dr.
and Mrs. Simon Wilensky and Mr.
and Mrs. Sander Wolson.
Israeli Consul General Avraham
Avidar will be principal speaker at
the dinner, which will honor Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Newmark. The
Newmarks will receive the State of
Israel-IIistadrut Pioneer.s Award at
the function, cosponsored by the
Israel Histadrut Committee of
Greater Miami and by the South
Florida Council for Medical Serv-
ices and Vocational Training In
i Israel,
Jack S. Popick and Moe Levin
j are cochairmen. and reservations
may he obtained at the Histadrut
office.
Mayor Kail To Address
Fight For Sight Lunch
Rhoda M Levine will be in-
stalled for the 13th time as presi-
dent of the Rhoda M. Levine Chap-
ter ol Fighl lor Sight of Greati i
Miami, at an installation luncheon
on Tuesday at the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
Metro Mayor Chuck Hall will be
;uesl speaker and Miami Beach
Councilman Leonard Weinsteill
will be installing officer.
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Seder Services
Are Announced
Beth David Congregation will
hold a public- seder at 7 p.m. Sat-
urday. April 13 at the synagogue.
The seder will be led by Rabbi !
Sol Landau, spiritual leader of the i
congregation, and Cantor William
Lip.son.
Plans for a public seder were
also announced by the Morton
Towers Men's Social Club which
will hold the event on Fridav eve-
ning, April 12. in the Rubaiyat
Room of the Algiers Hotel. Rabbi
Marius Hanson will conduct the
seder, assisted by Miss Salwa Mer-
rige. opera and concert artist.
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Channel 2 TV Auction
The annual television auction
for the benefit of Community Tele-
vision Channel 2 will be presented
this year on April 22.
Planning for the Annual Meetinq ol the YM-YWHA of
Greater Miami are Mrs. Sam Seitlin, (left), wife of the
newly nominated president, and Mrs. Paul Faske, wife of
the outgoing president, who will be honored for his three
years of dedicated service.
ZOA To Present
Concert Featuring
Roberta Peters
An "Evening With Roberta
Peters," featuring the noted sing-
ing star, will be presented by the
South Florida Districts of the Zi-
onist Organization of America at
the Miami Beach Auditorium at
8:30 p.m. Saturday. April 20.
The proceeds of the 10th annual
popular priced concert will again
h earmarked lor the Israel youth
projects of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America.
Tickets for the concert are on
sale at the Miami Beach Audito-
rium Box Office, the ZOA Office,
and other locations.
ROBERTA PfTKS
, ZOA Office 2200 Park Ave.. Miami
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Commemo'j'M with Reverence
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THE 25th MEMORIAL
THE WARSAW GHETTO
UPRISING
THIS SUNDAY, APRIL 7th at 8 P.M.
GUEST SPEAKER
MR. DANIEL
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PARTICIPANTS: RABBI DAVID RAAB; CANTOR SAUL H BREEH
Choir Under Direction of Mr. Abram Krashinsky
The Public it Inv *ed
TEMPLE NER TAMID
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l*th ANNUM PASSOVER
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Conducted by
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April 12th and April 13th, 1968
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April Meetings
Tne Forte Towers group of the
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'. iii hold a regular monthly meet-
:r.? Monde;, at 12:30 p.rr. in Ibc
North Building Aaditorium. Sam-
uel A. Reiser will review the book
"Between Hummer and Sickle" by
Ben Ami.
Mrs Frances M Sass ii
dent and Mrs Ida S. Klite. p:o-
sram chairman.
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The Bay Harbor group uii] hold
its luncheon meeting at 11:30 am.
Monday at the Balmoral Hotel
Guest speaker will be Mrs. Doro-
thy K. Fink. Chapter Parliamen- |
Urian. who will talk on current
topics, followed by audience par
t.cipation.
Mrs. Benjamin Stcinmuller is
president of the group.
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The Esther group will meet on
Monday at the Washington Str-
ings' and Loan. 1133 Normandy Dr.
Mrs. Michael Feinstein is presi- '
dent of the group.
Hemophilia Group Lunch
The Delia Delancy Hemophilia
Society was scheduled to sponsor
a luncheon and games party Thurs-
day at the Be! Aire Hotel" Miami
Beach. Leah Udell is president
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Barton's Viennese krunch candy,
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Barton's nuts and fruits, 1 lb. box, 2.69
Bartonettes, 1 lb. box, 2.69
Barton's cookie assortment, 13 oz. box, 2.49
Sarton's after Seder mints, 9 oz box, 1.45
Doron golden fruit assortment, 1 lb. box, 1.25
ines Muring the happy days ahead,
eompiement every Passover yatherinal
Holy Land souvenir tin of assorted chocolates
and candies 2.00
Carmel dinner wines from Israel: Concord,
Malaga, Sacramental grape, chateau
richon, hock, rose, i.tl9
Carmel dessert wines from Israel: black-
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Friday. April 5, 196?
Women's Leasue Board Meeting Concludes Season
The linal board meeting of the
season ol the National Vtomei, I
League. United Synagogue of
America. Florida Branch, was to
oe held at 11 a.m. Thursday at
Temple Israel. 3500 SW 69th Way,
' Miramar.
Brunch hostesses are members
.)) the Temple I.-rael Sisterhood.
.f which Mrs Allen Abrams is
president.
The program was to include
second nominations, a report on
, current activities and full
ol the Eighth Annual Spring I i
foresee.
Mrs Arthur .1 Brown was I
pre? ide.
Checking Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund
joint campaign assignments are leaders oi the Paint,
Chemical and Plastics Division at their kickoff breakfast
held '.his week. From left are Milton Margulis and Jay
Bearmaji. cochairmen, and James Aberm-tan, chairman.
Opti-Mrs. Club To Hear Producer
North Shore Auxiliary
Slates April .Meeting
A meeting of the Jewish War
Veterans, North Shore Ladies Aux-
iliary No 677 will be held Wednes-
daj evening at 7:30. in the Wash-
ington Federal. 1234 Washington
Ave. A second meeting this month
will be held at 7:30 p.m. Wednes-
day. April 24. at the Washington
Federal. 1133 Normandy Dr.
The Auxiliary will hold a card
r-arty in the Carillon Hotel Coffee
Shop at noon Monday. April 29.
Ruth Foreman. North Miami
Playhouse producer, will be the
gliesl speaker at the Opti-Mrs. Club
ol Miami Beach luncheon meeting
at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday in the Al-
gier- Hotel, when she will present
"Improvisations, with members of
the Opti-Mrs. Club as participants.
Mrj Laurence A Weston is pro-
gram chairman.
Tl:<- business agenda, with Mrs
Goodman, chairman, will
inch de a report on the coming
A Daj at the Races," to be
im Race Track on
Parkinson Group
Meets Thursday
\ meeting of 'he Florida
Division of the National
.- son Foundation was to be
a'. 1 p.m. T lUrsdaj at the
home : y omen's Division vice
Sui nj Rosa, 8326
>ick< : Ave S irfsidi Mi -. Flora
dent.
Scheduled to precede the gen-
mi : at Miss Roes' home
a board meeting at 11:30 a.m.
The entertainment was to be
ed by Miss Ross, a dramatic
rano opera and concert singer.
every j
type
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Phone: 271-5521
Cancer League Auction
The Biscay ne Cancer Lea sue of
the American Medical Center will
hold an auction at 8 p.m. Saturday
at the Civic Center. 17011 NE 19th
Ave., North Miami Beach
Mrs. Frank Nankin is president A proceeds are for cancer re-
Tuesday. April 16. and a rep .rt
from the nominating committee
of the club.
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Friday. April 5. 1968
l ffnisti Meridian
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Hi-Rise Division Raises
25 Percent Of Funds
i
In its filth year of operation,
the llijiii Rise and Residents Divi-
ion of the Combined Jewish I
Appeal Israel Emergency Fund!
has become one of the major units
of Greater Miami's most intensive
fund raisins campaign in the 30-
year history of the organized Jew-
ish community of Dade County,
according to Leon Kaplan, presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
Under the general chairmanship
of Ben Essen, the High Rise and
Residents Division has accounted
for more than one quarter of the
funds received thus far in the
CJA-IEF joint campaign, Mr. Kap-
lan pointed out.
This Sunday, two more break-
fast sessions of the division are
scheduled, with Mr. Essen speak-
ing at a 10 a.m. meeting open to
all residents of Normandy Isles and
Normandy Shores, fast-growing
sections of Miami Beach. Location
is the Washington Federal Savings
and Loan Association Auditorium
at 1133 Normandy Dr.
Another breakfast meeting is
slated at the same time, with resi-
dents of the Corinthian Apartments
gathering in their restaurant to
hear Daniel Neal Heller, chairman
ot the Trades and Industries Divi-
sion of the CJA-IEF.
Even as new buildings are add-
ed to the rolls, volunteer workers
are proceeding floor by floor in
individual solicitations of high
rises where campaign meetings
were held earlier this year.
MAYFAJR f twin 2
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|'A.fiA",'Jii.Tl / AWARD
NOMINATIONS
16th VvtIK
GRADUATE
TtrHNICOlOR"
Mountain Lake Tells
Staff Structure
Registration for Camp Mountain
Lake in Hendersonville, N.C., is
in progress, according to owners
Alvin and Nanette Savage, Miami
Beach civic and business leaders.
The camp's unusual setting, sur-
rounded by the Smokies and the
Blue Ridge Mountains, highlights
a private, 55-acre lake. The camp
will be open from June 20 through
Aug. 16. with openings available
for either full or half sessions.
Marvin Nockow is 'he new camp j
director, bringing to the assign- I
ment 13 years experience as head |
counselor and program director in I
North Carolina camping. He is a i
guidance counselor at Miami Beach
Senior High School and is a gradu- i
ate of New York University and |
of Western Carolina University.
Lillian Smith returns as head of
Girls Hill, and Michael Waxman
returns as head ol Boys Hill. Ed-
ward Newkirk returns .is over
ni hi supervisor alter a two-year
absence I le eteran ol the I f.S
! in si Service.
Other tafl members will in-
clude Dee Stribling, tennis coun
selor, Shel Ion Tictzer, arts and
crafts counselor, Woody Wilner
and Ricky Prince, ski instructors.
Scholarship NightBarry College
and Others All net proceeds from tonight's
receipts will be donated by Miami Jai-Alai to the
scholarship fund of Barry College and other institutions
to be founded!
Auto-racing is a drag...
Nightly, except Sunday, at 7:30 Dinners from S2.45
Adm;ssion from 50c (State Law--no minors.)
N.W. 36th Street at 36th Avenue Res. 633-9661
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"An Evening With Roberta Pelers*
THE ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA
proudly presents
IN PERSON
FOR ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY
ROBERTA
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one of America's most beloved singing stars, out-
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the foremost coloratura soprano's of the world.
LEO ROSTAL
internationally famous cellist for 14 years solo
celist on N. B. C.
PROCEEDS ISRAEL
YOUTH PROJECTS
No Speeches! No Appeals! No Solicitations!
Miami Beach Auditorium
SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 20th 8:30
,*
PRICE SCALE:
Orchevra: $5.00. 7.50, 10.00
Dress Circle $5.00. 7.50
Balcony $2.50, 3.50
Tickets on Sale:
Miami Beach Auditorium
1700 Washington Ave.
Sherman's Luggage
1655 Collins Ave., M. B.
Z. O. A. Office
2200 Park Ave., MB.
Please send me the following tickets:
Orchestra: $.500, 7 50, 10.00
Dress Circle: $5.00, 7 50
Balcony: $2.50, 3.50
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Claim Wide Support For Racism
Temple Beth Am held its
Cotillion Ball for the young la-
dies and gentlemen in junior high
school. The Cotillion, which is
-under the direction of Mr. H.
Robert Mandell. invited parents
to join the party which was held
in the Temple Social Hall this
past Sunday evening.
Among the young ladies was
Miss Mona Altman. who wore a
white sheer shift with an over-
all lace pattern, the silhouette
featuring a high yoke. Miss Sally
Tanner was in a gold ribbed shift
with white lace trim, and Miss
Margo Lindau's brown cotton
featured a white ruffled jabot
and white ruffles trimming the
cuffs of her long sleeves. Black
and white was the color com-
bination choice of Miss Elizabeth
Blocker. A black ribbon defined
the long torso line, and the dirndl
HELP WANTED
for
SUMMER CO-ED CAMP
In Central Florida
CAMP DIRECTOR
Also College Boys and Girls
on Swimming, Golf and Tennis
Teams, as Counselors. Also
Kitchen Help Wanted.
This is really a Hotel run as a
Country Club for Teen-agers.
Write H. S., Box 2973, Miami,
Florida 33101
CANTOR-TEACHER
G'eat cultured voice, qualified, experienc-
td choir director (adults or youth), expert
Ear Mlitzvah tutor, perfect Baal Kore.
harmonious personality, convincing re-
ferences. Write. G. G.. Box 2973, Miami,
florida 33101.
CONGENIAL LADY, PLEASANT
Disposition, Good Home-Maker,
59 years of age, would like to
r-.eet gentleman between 60-70.
Write Mrs. A. B., Box "2973,
Miami, Florida 33101.
FOR SALE
SEVEN LOTS
Jewish Section Woodlawn Park
Cemetery. $175 each, sold singly.
JE 1-7108 FR 4-5409
skirt was split in the pants dress
style.
Miss Liz Pervin chose a yellow
cotton in the shift silhouette.
White lace was inserted down the
front of her dress and in the
center of her long sleeves. Miss
Joanne Goldstein combined a
white embossed sheer bodice
with a mint green voile skirt,
the waist shaping created with a
pink fitted belt. White on white
was worn by Miss Laura Kindler,
whose long sleeved dress fea-
tured miniature rhinestone but-
tons down the front.
The ice-pink ribbed voile worn
by Miss Roslyn Krebs had floral
appliques creating a square-neck
effect. Miss Melissa Berman's
pale yellow shift teatured white
satin coin dots, and had a white
satin bow on the bodice. Miss
Nina Klare's white lace shift fea-
tured blue cotton collar and cuffs.
The white embroidered batiste
shift worn by Miss Janis King
had a high neckline trimmed
with a small lace ruffle, and
Miss Jeri Tilzer's white embroid-
ered lace shilt featured the soft,
ruffled, feminine look.
.Mhs Jan Sobel wore a white
Clooney lace shift, its long sleeves
ending in a fitted cuff. Seen on
Miss Phyllis Smith was the long
torso line, her bodice white, the
skirt a light green. Miss Donna
Garvett's light pink batiste shift
featured a square, lace-trimmed
neckline. Lime green voile, white
polka dots woven into the fabric,
and white lace trimming the
dress front and sleeves, was worn
by Miss Shelly Goobcrman. Miss
Randy Swerdlin's white pique had
a ruffled jabot, and ruffled cuffs
on the long sleeves.
The waistline was defined on
Miss Lisa Tumarkin's dress with
a white belt. Her sheer white
bodice was ruffled, and her blue
and white polka dotted skirt was
bouffant. Mi-s Amy Ellins chose
a multi-color abstract print with
a bow and modified panniers in
back. White pique, with a touch
of white lace at the waistline,
was the choice of Miss Susan
Goldstein. Miss Gail Stein's white
lace had the popular long sleeves,
and was banded at the hipline in
powder blue. Miss Marsha Serkin
wore a white lace in a modified
shirtwaist style, her dress front
featuring the scalloped lace pat-
torn, and soft ruffles trimming
her long sleeves.
BERKELEY, Calif. (JTA) A
claim that over 40 percent of white
Americans approve of the racist
views of third party presidential
candidate George Wallace was
made here by Prof. Seymour N.
Lipset, a Harvard political scien-
tist participating in a University of
California centennial symposium
on the patterns of American prej-
udice.
The forum was based on the
findings of a five-year research
orogram conducted by the univer-
sity's survey research center under
a half million dollar grant from
the Ami Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith.
Prof. Lipset said white Anglo-
Saxon Protestants in American
rural areas and small towns are
today a cultural-religious minority
"that is out of step with the ma-
jority and represent a frustrated
group in the changing racial pic-
ture." He warned, "The more viru-
lent backers of racism have united
behind the candidacy of George
! Wallace."
The symposium was also ad-
dressed by Undersecretary of
Commerce Howard J. Samuels,
who said that American industry
had greater possibilities for im-
mediate and rignifkanl action in
breaking down the walls of preju-
dice and discrimination than any
Dtner aspect of society.
Two University of California so-
ciologists reported a! the sympos-
ium that a majority of the church
and synagogue attending laity re-
ject the virtually unanimous stand
taken by official church bodies
...! religious and racial prcju-
dice. hi. Charles Y. Glock and
!....(> Stark, both participants in
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.-: I : prejudice."
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donor luncheon. From left are: Mrs. Jerome
Rado, executive vice cresid*nt: Mrs. Joseph
Buibin. luncheon c:chairman; Dr. Joseph R.
Narct. Rabbi of Temple Israel; Mrs. Clifford
Newmark, Sisterhood president; and Mrs.
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Polish Envoy Denies Anti-Semitism
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against Zionists with an assertion
that Polish Communist Party boss
Wladyalaw Gomulka was a foe of
anti-Semitism,
The Polish diplomat made the
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hour meeting with Rabbi Herschel
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ican Jewish Organizations. In his
:alks with the Polish Ambassador.
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the alleged instigators of stu-
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adopted a resolution noting
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camoaign of defamation
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Friday. April 5, 1968
JOAN
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Joan (Mrs. Marvin) Schcro has talent.
She's a charming, devoted wife, a loving mother, a
togetherness person with all her relatives and friends, and
a painter.
Joan's parents, the late Jack
Ablin and his wife Fay (who still
participates in community affairs
to a great degree) were well known
community leaders in both Chi-
cago and Miami, dividing their
time between the two cities.
She attended the 41st Street
School when she first came to
Miami Beach, going on to Lear
School, where she was involved in
I the yearbook's art work (she was
taking drawing lessons.) Active in
sports, especially swimming, she
participated in all of the water sports at the Roney Plaza
Hotel. (Remember when water ballet was all the rage?)
Joan was a darling little girl, modest and thoughtful.
On her 16th birthday when her father gave her a fur jacket
to wear to parties, she .-aid. "Oh. Daddy. 1 love it. but how
can I wear it when all of the other girls wear their sports
coats?" That little uirl grew up to become the same kind
of compassionate, modest, thoughtful woman.
Before Joan wen! to Sullins Junior College, an all-girl
college on the border of Virginia, she had met Marvin, at
the Ravisloe Club's swimming pool on the South Side of
Chicago With u smile, she said it was just like the words
of the so el ni nted Evening." But they waited
until ait !ge to ;nany. Their first home was in Chi-
i' they lived for a year and a half. Their first-
born, Howard, was six weeks old when they moved to Coral
Caliics Th j have added to their house as they have added
to their family, which now includes Jack. Michael and Judy.
Three boys ami a girl are just right for a family, she thinks.
Imt sometimes the boy8 wish Judy was another boy.
With four children. l'TA was and is a must. Joan has
done her share, along with belonging to Temple Beth Am
and Hadassah. for which she does an occasional spot job.
Joan prefers donating to being on committees. (There has
to be followers as well as leaders in any organization.)
Three years ago. when the children were old enough to
be self-sufficient, Joan went back to her first love. art.
taking lessons from James Crompton in Ft. Lauderdale.
She has painted with oils, using a palette, knife and brush.
She hasn't decided yet what medium she prefers, or if she
likes landscapes, children or florals best. But she is having
a marvelous time. Her work is delicate and has the same
charm as she herself has, She once had a little room of
her own as a studio, hut the family has apropriated it for
use as a darkroomphotography being the family's interest
for the present. So she paints wherever she finds a place
and whenever she finds the time.
Joan says they lead an ordinary life. She plays tennis
at Kings Bay Club three or four times a week, and they
have a full and wonderful home life. Marvin, the ideal
father, according to Joan, is always ready for basketball,
football and fishing, but delights in being home. They try-
to teach their children what is right, hoping they them-
selves are right. Joan says she cooks seven nights a week
for her meat, vegetable and potato eating family, and so far
has had no complaints.
For several years they have had a tent-trailer-camper.
At first they made "dry runs" through the available Florida
camps, then ventured further from hometo the Carolinas.
It was wonderful to get away from the crazy hubbub of
today's modern worldwith Marvin doing the cooking and
Joan doing the laundry in the rivers. Sitting around the
campfirc under the stars, singing and telling ghost stories,
can't be beat for family-togetherness memories.
Grandmother Fay also has an unforgettable memory.
Soon alter she moved from her big house to the Imperial
House Apartments, she opened her door to find all four
grandchildren, each with a sleeping bag. come over to spend
the weekend!
It seems to me that the adventures of the Schcro
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MRS. LEWIS B. CHAtKOSICr
Miss Wirtschafter
Is Married To
Lewis Charkosky
A Saturday evening ceremony at
the YM-YWHA united in marriage
the former Alana Faith Wirtschaf-
ter and Lewis B. Charkosky. Rabbi
Alfred Waxman. spiritual leader of
Temple Zion. officiated at the
ceremony.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Wirtschafter. 1401 SW
00th Ave.. the bride attended
Miami Coral Park Senior High
School and MiamiDade Junior
College, South Campus.
Mr Charkosky. son of Mr. and
Mrs Ben Charkosky, 5800 SW 89th
Ct., attended Southwest Miami
Senior High and Miami-Dade Jun-
ior I loll e, South Campus.
Maid ol honor was Ronye Krei-
The bride's cousin. Nancy
u irtschafter, Harriet Genandes and
Nancy Fingerhut served as brides-
maids, flower girls were \ey-a
Ann Wirtschafter. the bride's sis-
ter, and her cousin. Holli Ann
Schachter. Her cousins Marlenc
Wirtschafter and Scott Schachter.
were ring bearers.
The groom's brother. Sol Char-
; kosky, was best man. Ushers in-
cluded his twin brother. Stuart and
another brother. Ira Charkosky.
and their cousin, Michael Asko-
witz.
The bride wore a floor-length
gown of Chantilly lace with three-
quarter length bell sleeves, a Sa-
brina neckline and a chapel train.
Her veil was an original creation,
hand made by her maternal grand-
mother, and her bouquet includ-
ed white roses and orchids with
streamers of white and yellow with
Bavardias.
After a honeymoon at Paradise
Island in the Bahamas, the couple
will make their home at 3900 SW
88th PI.
Donna Lehman Is
Now Mrs. Isroff
Donna Beverly Lehman and
Ronald H. Isroff were married Sat-
urday, March 30 in an evening
ceremony at the Deauville Hotel.
Rabbi Robert Frazin officiated.
The new Mrs. Isroff, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lehman, 1811
SW 8th St., graduated from Miami
Senior High. MiamiDade Junior
College and the Ohio State Univer-
sity School of Education.
Mr. hfuff, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Isroff of Canton. Ohio, is
an attornev in Cleveland. He at-
tended Boston University and the
Ohio State College of Law where
he was an officer in Tau Epsilon
Rho lx?gal Fraternity and the Stu-
dent Bar Association.
Bridesmaids at the ceremony
were Miss Naomi Waksberg and
Miss Ilona Kopp. Thos R. Isroff.
the groom's cousin, was best man.
and Capt. Edward Sokoloff. Stuart
Schneck and Melvin Bernheimer
served as ushers.
' The bride chose for her wedding
a candlelight gown of pure silk
peau de soie with reembroidered
Alencon lace with pearls and an
Worm
MRS. RON AID H. ISltOf-
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the shoulders. The head pie
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MISS PEGGV RABINOVIJI
Miss Rabinovitz.
Martin Madorsky
Are Engaged
Y and Mrs. Raymond Rabino-
vilz 19030 NE 20th Ct.. North
Mi.. Beach, announce the en-
gaa-rient of their daughter. Peggy
Dei to Marlin Lewis Madorsky.
'[" bride-elect, an honor gradu-
ate Miami Norland Hijjh School,
is senior at the University of
Floi a, and plans to attend the
Grac ate School of Business at the
University of Florida. She is a
mi < r of Delta Phi Epsilon so-
rori" past president of Alpha
Lair la Delta honorary, Mortar
B Savanl I'K honorary, and
commander of the Army ROTC
v arts.
M-' Madorsky, the son of Mr.
ai rs. Max Madorsky, 1115 Bel
Ah ... Daytona Beach
atei from Kenyon Colh e with
hun and was a member of Alpha
i I 0 a fraternity He is
y in his sophomore year
at University ol Florida Med-
hool.
\ ptember wedding is planned.
Alignsl Nuptials
For Carol Bloom
Mr. and Mrs William L. Bloom.
f)021 Kendale Blvd.. Miami, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Carol, to .loel A. Katz.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Katz.
i ishing, New York.
Miss Bloom, a graduate of Coral
Gables Senior High and a past
president ol Zakkai B'nai B'rith
Girls, is presently a junior at the
University of Tennessee, where
she is majoring in Physical Edu-
cation.
Mr. Katz. a graduate of Hunter
College ot City University ot New
York, is presently a senior at the
University of Tennessee College of
Law. A member ot Alpha Epsilon
Pi fraternity and a charter mem-
ber of the John Cation Senate of
Delta Theta Phi Law fraternity,
he was alio the editor of the Gen
eral Issue.
The wedding is planned lor
Aug. 17.
i.HSS CAROL BLOOM
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For Miss flritlixtmtn
Mrs Carmen Bridjji tan. ol 2950
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son ol Mr, and
3921 SW 4th St.,
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the children ot English-speaking
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Ellen D. Vigntan
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Ronald Speyer
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Speyer has been announced by her
parent-. Mr. and Mrs. Seymour
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Air. Vigman is president of J. C.
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prospective bride is the grand-
daughter of Esther Diamond and
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son ol Mrs. Albert Cannstatl and
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many, and the late Mr. and Mrs.
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The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Am will sponsor a smorgasbord
dinner and auction at 7:30 p.m.
Saturday in the Temples Social
Hall, it was announced by Mrs.
Alan Kessler. Sisterhood president.
Exotic dishes from famous in-
ternational recipes will be served.
Proceeds of the auction will go
toward the refurbishing of the
Temple kitchen
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JRar JWitzvah
I
Michael Alexander
Michael, son of Dr Carl Al-
exander, will become Bar Mitzvah
at the Mincha Service. Saturda>.
April 6. at Temple Emanu-El.
Michael, who plays the trumpet,
attends the seventh grade at Rich-
field West Junior High School in
Minneapolis-St. Paul. Mir.n.
Mrs. Anna Alexander. Michael's
'iandmother. will attend the eventT
*
Deborah Barkowitx
Deborah, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Barkowitz. 4151 Se-
govia. Coral Gables, will become
Bas Mitzvah at Temple Judea a:
11:15 a.m. Saturday. April 6
A seventh grade student at Ponce
Junior High School, she plays the
flute in the school band and is a
uast member of the Girl Scouts.
Debbie's grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs. Max Drosd of Miami, and
Mrs. Annie Barkowitz. of Charles-
ton. S.C.. will help her celebrate
the occasion.
Her parents will host the Oneg
Shabbat in her honor.
*
Stuart Cohen
Stuart Edward son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Cohen, ol -
Bar Mitzvah at Beth Torali -
40gue on Saturday March 30
Attending were _:a
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Appel and Mrs.
Dora Cohen, his great-grandfather,
Sam Cohen: uncle and aunts. Dr.
and Mrs. Harry Cohen. Mrs. Joyce
Hochman and Mis; Min Cohen, to
well as a great-uncle and aunt. Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Weinstein. who
a ere visiting from out of town.
An Oneg Shabbat following the
services was sponsored by hi- par-
entf and a reception and dinner in
it the Algiers Hotel that evening
wag held in his honor
Gary Farber
Saturday morning. April 6. at
he 8:30 a.m sen ices Gars
o: Mr. i Mrs. 1 Farter,
1710 SI BBod P called
to ah and become Bar
Mitzvah m.
Garj i -
-.
pla; -
and .- afa
i .!! be
present are Garj prai iparents.
Mr ar.d Mrs. Emanuel Farber and
Mr ar.d Mrs William Kro'.ar.d: his
gi a:-;rea: aunt from New York
City, Mrs Mollie Greengiass. and
Mrs. Pauline Krug. a great aunt.
also fiom New York.
Gary's parents nil] host the Kid-
dush following Saturday morning
service* and a reception and din-
T.er in his honor Sunday afternoon
at the Waldman Hotel
Scott Lee Gans
Scott Lee. son of Mr. and Mrs
Benjamin Gans. will observe his
Bar Mitzvah at the 9 a.m. services
at Sky Lake Synagogue on Satur-
day. April 6
Scott will graduate in June from
Greyr.okls Park Elementary
Guests attending the Bar Mitz-
vah will include Mr. and Mrs
Mil Plotkin. Mr and Mr- Ar-
n Jti Mrs Izzabele Le-
vir. and Mrs Hy Feld-
man
A reception luncheon following
ser .' I be held at 'he Club
Restaurant in North Miami
Beach.
Jerry Gelb
At 845 a.m. Saturday morning,
April 6. in the Main Sanctuary of
Temple Ner Tamid. Jerry, son of
Mr and Mrs. Sidney Gelb. 7513
Mutiny Ave Miami Beach, will be
Bar Mitzvah.
A lent al Na .- Junior
High School and Ner Tamid Re-
ligious School. Jerr> is member
il the Ner Tamid Junior Choir and
:- president oi the Student Bjdy
A Kiddush will follou the serv-
duak' ii^ it a
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honor at the Algiers Hotel
Steven Goldberg
Steven, son of Mr and Mrs.
Leonard Goldberg, 17840 NE 9th
Pi., will obseive his Bar Mitzvah
Saturday morning. April 6. at Beth
Torah Synagogue
A seventh grade student at John
F. Kennedy Junior High. Steven is
a student of the Torah class and
will be a member o! the confirma-
tion class of 1969,
Attending the Bar Mitzvah will
be Mr and Mrs. S. Marx of North
Miami Beach, former residents 0f
v .. Jersey, and Mr. and Mrs A
Goldberg from Jersey City, N.I.
Steven's grandparents
A party will be held in his honor
on Sunday at the Eden Roc 1! itel
Mitchel Gold-nan
Satl : lay. April 6. a-. 8 4," .. m
Mitch-.-; Paul, son ol Mr ar.d Mrs
Arnold Goldman. 1030 S. Shore
Dr.. Miami Beach, will be Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Ner Tamid
Mitchel. who plays guitar, is a
student at Nautilus Junior High
ar.d Ner Tamid Religious School.
A Kiddush will follow the serv-
- ard a reception in Mitch
honor will be held at the Golrima".
Saturday evei
Mitchel is the grandson of Mr
and Mrs Frank Goldman and Mr.
and Mrs. Philip Freedman. of
Beach.
of-town juest? will in<
h.- aunts and uncles, Mi ai
Save and Mi ind Mrs The dore
iman. ol Ball Mr.
Mi M irton Tuck i
Mrs. A rt Fi Phil
-: : P nd Mr:
.:. S'ev N
Sterhen Goldstein
. '.
ird stein, w il ob-
. his Car Mitzvah Saturd
..ji ..
Congre .> i Rabbi Max Shai
will officiate.
Stephen is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Wesl Miami J.mior High
iooI.
Mr. and Mrs. Goldstein will host
a Kiddush-luncheon in his honor
immediately following services, in
the auditorium of the coungrega-
tion.
* j*
Amy Hackmyer
Amy, daughter of Dr and_ Mrs.
Frank Hackmyer. 1025 NE 179th
Ter.. will observe her Bas Mitz-
vah Friday evening. April 5. at
Beth Torah Synagogue.
A'student of the Mitzvah class.
Amy will become a member of the
confirmation class of 1969.
Followir.g the services an Oneg i
Shabbat will be sponsored by her [
parents.
c
Sidney Heilbraun
Sidney, son of Cantor and Mrs.
Yehuda L. Heilbraun of Hollywood.
Fla.. will become Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday. April 6. at Temple Sinai.
Hollywood.
c t t.
Alyn Kay
Alyn Daryl, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harold Kay. 2300 NE 211th St..
North Miami Beach, will observe
his Bar Mitzvah Saturday morn-
ing. April 6. at Congregation B'nai |
Raphael.
In the seventh grade at John F. |
Kennedy Junior High. Alyn has
completed four years of Hebrew
education at B'nai Raphael and
will attend confirmation classes
next year.
Alyn's grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Yusba. from New York. I
will attend. Other guests from out \
of town will include Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Kay, Mr. and Mrs. Mer-
. wyn Matin, and Alyn's sister and
brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Ken-
I neth Halpern.
A luncheon will follow immedi-
ately after the services at B'nai
j Raphael and a reception at the
i Hollywood Beach Hotel v.'.i
1 held Saturday evening.
Cindy Kaye
Cindy, daughter of Mr and Mrs.
1 Leonar I Kave. 1<*U \F. 19*>--
| will observe her Bas Mitzvah at
n Synaao.ue Fiida;
. A| i! 5
is a student of the
year class and w:ll be a mem
ol the Confirmation class Of 19b
Mr. and Mr- Kay, iil spon.-
the Ones Sbabbai in her hon.
th -
Graham Vartin
Graham, son u: Mr :
Jerry A. Martin, 8571 SW 29l -
i e i
8:30 a.m. services a: '!
Olom. Saturday. April 6
in the seventh (trade
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outstanding athlete, plaj -
ball and football u \\ .
fhester Optimists.
Among guests expected ai
Bar Mitzvah are
grandmother, Mrs. P. Joseph. hij
grandfather. Mr. M. Mart:
grandparents Dr. and Mrs. J
man. of New York City.
G aham's parents will hosl I
Kiddush following the servk -
a recention and luncheon honor:: .
the celebrant at the Flame R. -
aurant Saturday afternoon
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Solomon Post
lies Dinner Dance
lurray Solomon Post and Auxil-
of Coral Gables. Jewish War
l< reins, will hold an anniversary
|ner-.lance at the Saxony Hotel.
mi Beach, on .May 18.
Leo Plotkin. po;t commander
Id chairman of the dinner-dance
Immittee. announces that pro-
^eds from the affair will be used
support the post building fund.
Other member; of the commit-
ee are Mrs. Tanya Levin. Mrs.
Icnnie Golub-. Howard Melnick.
Michael Schechter. and U. Jay
lerliner,
Miami Hadassah's Torah Group To Hear Psychologist
Dr. Eva McXxnamcy will ad-
dress the Torah Group of the
.'.liar.-. Chapter of Hada^ah at a
luncheon meeting Monday at
Pythian Hall. 4301 W. Flagl'er St.
The noted psychologist, herself
will speak to the group at
eting se; aside to raise funds
MARION L. MISCH, a civic
.vo.-ktr who died in 1941. organiz-
ed the firs; Jewish Sabbath school
in Pittsfield, Mass.. when she was
only 14 year; '.ii.
lor Hadassah s program combat-
]- eye disea.-e.
Mrs. Albert Friedman is chair-
I Man of the event.
The Chai Group will honor Life
Members ut its general meeting
Monday at the home of Mrs. Julius
I Kaplan, 1911 NE 187th Dr.
Cbai's anual auction will take
place at Washington Federal Audi-
torium. 699 NE 167th St.. Satur-
day at 8 p.m. Proceeds irom the
| saie. chaired by Mrs. Milton Swer-
*kj. '.ill ko to Hadassah's medical
program in Israel.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz will re-
view the book. "The Chosen.'" by
Chaim Potok at the general meet-
ing of the Naomi Group.
The Rabbi, who is spiritual lead-
er of Temple Ner Tamid. will
speak at the 8:15 p.m. meeting at
the YM YWHA, 8500 SW 8th St.
^ it '
The Young Judea Dahalia Danc-
ers were featured at the meeting
of the Chaim Weizmann Group on
Monday.
.Mrs. Edytfa Geiger
Is ORT Speaker
The Greater Miami Men's Chap
ter of the American ORT Federa
tion will hold its next regular
meeting at 8 p.m. Thursday, April
11th in the Chase Federal Bank
Bldg.. 425 41st St., Miami Beach.
Gue-t speaker at the meeting
will be Mrs. Edyth Geiger, region-
al director of the Southeastern Di
vision of the American Friends of
the Hebrew University.
Paul B. Taylor is president.
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+Jewisti Hcricfiatr
Friday. April 5.
^
J^ar sjftitz Mitchel Perl-nan Sinai of North Dade in services
.Mitchel Dran l'eiinian, son of, Saturday, April 6. at Washington
Mr. and "vfrs. Martin Blumenthal. Federal Auditorium.
JB477 NE 3f4h Ave.. will observe
his Bar Mitzvah Saturday morn-
ing. April 6. at Beth Torah Syna-
gogue.
Mitchel is a student of the fourth
year class in Hebrew school and
will become a member of the Con-
firmation class of 1969.
Kiddush following the services Sat-
urday. Open house for relatives
and friends will follow. Attending
v. ill be Harry's grandparents. Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Strouch; Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Siskind oi Bay City.
Mich.: Mrs. Max Altman of Minne
apolis, Minn.; Mr. Sam Shargaa.
of Houston. Tex.; Mr. and .Mrs. Ir-
uin Shargaa and Mr. and Mrs. !
Julie Bloom of Orlando.; and Mr.
nd Mrs. Eveland of Eustis. Fla. '
Michael Strahm
Saturday morning. March
30.
In the seventh grade at Norland
Junior High, where he is on the
Student Council. Stuart is in the
Temple Sinai Religious School and
is a member of the Youth Group.
B'nai Mitzvah.
Among the out of town guests
attending Stuart's Bar Mitzvah Michael Harris, son of Mrs. Bar
Attending the Bar Mitzvah will ; will be his grandparents. Mr. and I bara Strahm. 934 79th Ter., became
be his grandparents, Mrs. Irving Mrs. William Reshefsky. of Ports- I Bar Mitzvah at Temple Ner Tamid.
Greenfield of Chicago; Mr. and mouth. Va.. and his great aunt and | Miami Beach.
Mrs. Joseph Backman. formerly of uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Singer.
Toronto. Canada, and Mr. and Mrs. Irom Norfolk, Va.
Leo Blumenthal. formerly of Long e
Beach. N.Y.. all of whom now Mark Sidle
make Miami their home. Mark Ted, son of Mr and Mrs
* __ Merle I. Sidle. 5245 SW 64th Ct.,
Mark WNpl will be calkd (0 ,he Torah as a
Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bar Mjt2,vah (hlring thc morning
R.egelhaupt. 608 82nd St Miami Sl.rviccs of Saturday. April 6, at
Beach, and grandson of Mr. and Temple Zion
Mrs. David Kiken. will become Bar Mark< whoplay, gllitar is in tne
Mitzvah at Agudath Israel Hebrew sevonth grade South Miamj Jun.
ior High, where he is active in all
school sports activities.
Mark will chant the Kiddush at
leader, will conduct the 8:30 a.m. lht. late Friday evening services
liturgical services and deliver the and Mr. and Mrs. Sidle will host
... seiMiis. miy win aiso nost a urdav morning. April 6. Rabbi
reception and dinner at the Diplo- Mayer Abramowitz will officiate.
A seventh grade student at Nau- mat Country flub in honor of I A reception and dinner will be
inter- their son. j held to honor the celebrant Satur-
Mark is the grandson <>f Mr and day evening al the Carillon Hotel.
Institute. Miami Beach, on Satur
day. April 6.
Dr. Isaac Hirsh Ever, spiritual
day.'
A student at Nautilus Junior
High, and Ner Tamid Religious
School. Michael is the recipient of
the Science Achievement Award,
and is a member of the Ner Tamid
Junior Choir.
A Kiddush followed the services,
and a dinner was held in honor of
'he celebrant at the Sterling Hotel
Sunday evening, March 31.
Michael is the grandson of Mrs.
Ray Goldsmith of Miami Beach.
* a
Lester Sussman
Lester, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jer-
ry Sussman, 1576 Daytonia Rd.,
Miami Beach, will become Bar
tilui
ested in art.
A reception in honor of the cele-
brant will be given by his parents
immediately alter the services,
and will hold "open house" Satur-
evening. Mark's uncle, Jonas
Kiken. is coming from Denver.
Colo., to share in the festivities.
Albert M. Roth
Albert Moed. son of Mrs Henri-
ette Moed Roth and Mr. Walter
Roth, will become Bar Mitzvah at
Temple Emanu-F.l Saturday, April
6th.
Albert attends eighth grade at
Nautilus .Junior High School and
is an active member of Temple Sidle of Miam
Emanu-Els I'.S.Y. group. He will
attend their Regional Convention
in April.
The celebrant will be honored
at a dinner Saturday evening at
Michel's restaurant.
Mrs. Betty Roth and Mrs. Anna
Moed. Albert's grandmothers, will
attend the even*
a
.1 T. .
Mitchel Per/man
Mark Riegelhaupt
Albert M. Roth
Mrs. Harrv Kotkin and .Mrs. Sam
David H. Siegel
David Harvey, son ol Mr.
and
Podiatrists To Meet
Dr. Samuel Moskow. noted podi-
atrist from Washington. D.C.. will
be featured speaker at the April
Edward W. Roth
Edward Wolff, son of Mrs. Hen-
Mrs. Paul Siegel, will become Bar seminar of the Dade County Podia-
Mitzvah on Saturday. April 6, at try Association.
Temple Emanu-El. Highlighting the 'Practice of
David is in the seventh grade at Podiatry." the seminar will be
Nautilus Junior High School. held Saturday and Sunday at the
The celebrant will be honored i Carillon Hotel, Miami Beach
Saturday at a reception in the '
Marco Polo Hotel.
Mrs. Lillian Somerfield and Mrs.
riette Moed Roth and Mr. Walter 1 Elsie Tanenbaum. David's grand-
Roth, will become Bar Mitzvah at' mothers, will attend the event,
the Mincha Service Saturday, April '
6. at Temple Emanu-El.
Edward is in the eighth grade
at the Lake Bluff. 111., Junior High
School, and has been attending re-
ligious services at the Great Lakes
Naval Training Base near bis
school.
The celebrant will be honored at
a dinner Saturday evening at
Michel's restaurant.
Mrs. Betty Roth and Mrs. Anna
Moed. Edward's grandmothers,
will attend the event.
a *
Paul Roth
Paul, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mark
Roth. 1860 NE 197th Ter., will
observe his Bar Mitzvah Saturday
morning. April 6. at Beth Torah
Synagogue
Paul is a student of the Mitzvah
class and wii) become a member
of the Confirmation class of 1969.
Following the services, an Oneg
Shabbat will be sponsored by his
parents.
* ft
Stuart Sanz
Stuart, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Sanz. will be called to the
Torah as a Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Steven Silverman
Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Silverman, 11730 SW 72nd
A,ve.. will become Bar Mitzvah at
Beth David Congregation on Sat-
urday, April 6.
Steven is in the eighth grade at
Palmetto Junior High and plays
trumpet in the school band.
His parents will host the Oneg
Shabbat and the Kiddush Saturday
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Florida
MIW MARVIN I WIENER. I -
Utot in
MM'ii \i:i. K< H'lJi'HE, dba
Caret f!
1212 Ainsley Rulldli u II ami. !
:i r, :
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S C .
IN AND FUR DADE COUN"
FLOrtlDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78529- B
In RE: IM.it,' of
vrtiii'R DKEVICH
i.....
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i 'i editor* und All Persot
iK Claim I > maud* Altai
E ui.'
V'n ;!,. I,.,.!,y notified ;,,,,) -.
to present any claim* and rti
>ou may have attain-'
estate ,.i AltTHrH HREVICH it,
late Dade I'ounty, !'
Oi, i '..uniy Judges ,,| Dade I
and rili Hi.- name in duplicate and
in-ii\ -nli-il in Section 733.16, I-', on
Statutes, in Hi.-ii- .ill,, in il,,
Courthouse in Dade County, F
'\iilii'i -i\ i-niendar monlha fm
lime ,.f iln- firm publication
,,i ill.- wime in I., barn ,i
Unliil I ii. .....la, Ilu- .- .1 -
of March, A l> 1968
8\ LVIA DRBVICH
As Executrix
I'ii-i publication .,i this n..
I" 'li dnj ..f April, I96R.
SHEVI.V. DfMlDMAN A IIOl.TZ I '\
A*lorney for Executrix
24li..-,n s.yl..,|,| UulldiilR
Mi,.lin. I'|,.i i,la
4/3-12-
Robbi Rnlph Carmi. spiritual
leader of Temple Tifaieth Is-
rael, was unanimously re-
elecied to the pu!p:t by the
conqreqa'ion. The rabbi was
! qiven a thi Services Held For
Hassidic Leader
NEW SQCARE. \.Y. (JTA) -
More than lo.ooo Hassidic Jews
\ inarched thi. week in a funeral
i procession here for Grand Rabbi
Jacob Twersky. known as the
Skvira Rebbe lor the Ukrainian
town where he was born, who died
at the aye of B8.
He founded the New Square
Hassidic Village after leading his
followers Trom Brooklyn's Wil-
liamsburgh section where the sect
felt a more pious life could be led
; away Irom urban temptations. The
Village was incorporated in 1961
after a lengthy struggle with Ra-
mapo town olficials.
r.i
morning. A reception in his honor I PJtfTKlN^torSh''P*';
will be held at thc Doral Hotel.
Among guests attending the cel-
ebration will be Steven's grand-
sarents. Mr. and Mrs. William Ack-
erman, Brooklyn, N.Y., and Mrs.
Bessie Silverman.
* *
Harry J. Siskind
Harry Jay, son of Mrs. Sarah
Siskind and the late Sydney Sis-
kind. will become Bar Mitzvah at f"ieman. Mm. i
'".III SI. Itix.-lsi
jwle, 77. nmi CoHlnn
A\e. I.'.,!.i,I, I'hlipel
BLUM ix-ul!-. K7. SS1 SW nth 81
'oriloii ( Impel.
FI.E.LDS' l-"uir'- '. "I"! '-oIIIiik Ave.
BlaHOerg i'liapi-l.
GILLMAN. Bo), 7. 6890 Abbotl Ave
Rlveralde ChapeL
REISCH, Mm. i;.-riru,l,. (, lAfl \F
ii.lsi SI Rlveralde Chapel.
ROSENFELD. Robert, v. 771:, Hani-
...,mJ-fty* Klveraide ChapeL
CURTIS. MeL U, 8301 \i-: .mi, Ave
Rlveralde Chapel
FRIEDMAN. Mm Pranced, 88, 167 XE
Newman Chapel.
ule, 84, 1255 .N'R
Temple Tifereth Israel Saturday j^SbJlsf Ha'Jry^^^nard nr
morning. April 6'. Blaxben Chapel.
In the eighth grade at Thomas K^^\^:^Z^;- ,:"" '"",-
Jefferson Junior High. Harry re- lirstein. aii> Sarah, 78, 15785 \ |-
ceived honorable mention at the sobelman.'%x'r7 tiiXFn, eia ,:
Science Fair.
Mrs. Siskind will sponsor the
Oneg Shabbat Friday night and the bernstein.'.mimY.'i'".i". i; Mn VK
IBstli si. Rlveralde Chapel, Inter-
-Ji'L Av' Blaabem ChapeL
iRG, Mm. Camllle, 75, i...... w,
Rlveralde ChapeL
Av.
mark Sidle
rn.nl Ml Wl..
FRIEDMAN I. in 79 550 9th SI l:.\
Interment, Star of
I fen Id
DELMAN. Phillip J., 49, 8457 SW 16th
81 Rlveralde ChapeL
KLEIN. Joseph A.. 1)5, 6O0 w |-.iii
si. Rlveralde Chanel
LIPKINS. Mra Cella, 2. 7940 Weal
i>r Rlveralde rhapel
SCHWARTZAPFEL. Harry, 71. 1070
N't: 161th si. Rlveralde i "I nnel
TAYLOR, Alfred, ',:,. 1481 \ !'. Mhimi
'l .i.i.-us in-. Rlveralde >Tiaoel
WALLENSTEIN. John, 79, 151 SV.
..-ml si. ; ,i iIi.ii I'h.ip.l
BURSTEIN, Morris, 88, i,,,-i \\- r>|s|C
Muy. Rlveralde ('impel, Interment
Ml Who.
FINEBERG, Abraham. ". I9i;u Biar-
ritz Or. Ilivi-rsi.il> Chapel.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
1.7 rSfofl 'V''1 "am' "'"' >" -l.rk
Florida. ,l" "" "' """" ''"U1">'
TA.mmv BXTBRPRJ8B8, INC.
Florida Corporation
PAm.KwrTNBW'ner
SN.VKKSTK.X.kw.TNKV,.....
Al lorn.-vs f ..... 7-m\iv i-:\T|.:i:i-i:isi-:s. in,-
4l' [Jneom Road
-Miami Reach, Florida
____ 5-18-19-28
'N ,lH^iJy EDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE '
i .,,. ,. No' '8183-C
In MO: Batate ,,f
IRVIXd LKUNKR,
IKVINfl H I.BR.NKR,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'" All I rtMlltom and All Perron*
V''V'IB '''......'' Hemanda
v ^Kiilnxl Said Batati
hereby notirteil und n ,.,, ,i
'l"i* i........-mandH
" '' >-ou ma) have i.l...m he
ale of IRVIN-n I BBNBH .. k n-\
'; M. I-ERXER, .1,-,,-. ... Kite of
[^ Cirnnly, l-'i..,...... ,,,., ,,unty
"|,k" '", ""'- County, and m. .
10 preHeni any
iii.li
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";..;f..'.-s i therou.uy r.....thoui"
"', 55*' '"'"' PI......a, wlthli
"'""i-" in.iiili- from the Urn.
nrai publication hereof, .- n,
will be barred.
il ;,( Miami, Florida
daj of Man li, a i i |..r.>
DOLLY i.i:i;\i:i:
... Aj Admlnlatratrlx
Attorney for Administratrix
120 I.in...In Road,
Miami Il.ri.li, Florida
1 '.-i2-id-;
I M\
f the
Hame
thlH ltt t ll
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COL*T
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTv,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78534-A
In RE: BiHate ..f
MIl.Ti IN VVBIMUBItn
Deceaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Peraoi :..
llIK Cliiims ..r Demands Agaln-i Said
Ejatate:
V,n are hereby notified and rrquir-
. .1 to preaenl any rlaims und .Uiraiml-
wiiiib you limy have nandnt-t ih.-
ostaU i-.asi-il |a>te ..f liaile County. FloridH,
to the County Jadjcen ..f Hade Count:
ana file ihe aaine in duplicate .. id i
provided in Se.tion 783,16, Floridii
Statutea, in th.-lr offlcea In Ihe Count*
Courtliouae In Dade County, Florldi
ivlthln six iiil.n.lar months from tin
inn. of tin- first tmlili, aii.Mi I
ir lb. same will In- burre.l
Dated al .Miami. Florida, ihis
>f March, A l> IMS
As Executrix
Fust publication >,f this nU
the .Hi day ..r April. 1968
MARX FARER
Attnrnej r..t Bxecutrix
1012 Ainsl.-v llilililinn
Miami. Florhla
4 :,-Il'
: i.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S CO ; *
IN AND FOR DADE COUNT
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 7852
in RE: Estate of
MARY II \ v.;
I >. ceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor! and All Peraoi
OK Clall.....i I,.mail.I- Agal
Batate:
You are hi reBj not Ifled and -
i .i to in-, -,-.,i mi] laima and ,' i
1 > ..a may ha' asti i '' '
1 "late of M v RV mam: di ce.iei I i
of Ha,I, Couniy, Fli rlda,
County JudKoa ,,i Lfetde Cou
i'1 i lie si ... in dunllcate and -
v nd .1 in Section 788 '>:. Kloi
" '. ii I It -il offll in III, '
Courthouse in Dade County, r"
within si\ calendar month* fi
III.....'i Ihe ii.-.i publication
or the same w ill be barred.
Dated .-i Miami, Florida, ii "
ilaj ,.r Murch, ah r ,.-
BAIBRY .1. POLCZBR
As Bxecutor
Flral publication of ibis not
Hi- th day of Am-ii. id**
MAI.ci.|..\, ii FRIEDMAN
mi.,i ii,-y (or Bxecutor
tn a i: i-ir-.-i street
Miami, Florida
4 :]:-: i M


iay. April 5. 1968
+Je*lsli ncrkUan
Page 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
No. 68-4956
lY SANS. previously known ns
VINO 8CHAENMAX.
plaintiff
VS
IKIE HEIJiNE SANS, previously
Inuii as
LWIIE HELBNH SCHABNMAN.
I: MARIK HELENB SANS
previously known as
MARIK HKLENK SCHAENMAN
830 Shore Avenue. Apt. No. L-4
I sing Beach, Ix>iik Island
NowTTork
fVim, MARIE HKI.ENB SANK, are
Mvhy notified thHl a 1*111 of Complaint
br Divorce has been filed nirainst you.
[ii'l you are required in .serve a copy
I your Answer or PleariinK to the
Jill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
|ttnr-iey. I'AT'I. KWITNEYj 4M Lin-
ciln Koad, .Miami [leach, Florida and
llli' th.- original Answer or Pleading in
ie offtae of the Clerk of the Circuit
i.urt on "i before the Rth day of
play. 1988 If you fall to do so, Juda-
t nt by defaull will be taken agalnsl
on for iln relief demanded In the
D i i tint
Tl notii i ill he published once
lael w pi K "i- four consecutive week*
In Tin: jew rsH 'i.omniAN
DONE AND ORDERED nt Miami.
Florida, thin 28th day of March A.D
1
: WEATHERMAN, ('] rk
Circuit Cnui I ide < \ unt) Florida
SNI EDEN,
u % Clei k
>!i
I. I
I KWI r.XEY
mini llStf
I m< I
| II I ri i i. I; i

LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 78453-CCIark
In RE: Estate of
ADBLAIDA B. .IEWETT.
Dei-eased.
NOTftE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having claims or Demanda
Against Said Estate;
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of adelaida H. jewett, de-
ceased late of li.i.le County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County.
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes. In their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of ihe Ural publication hereof,
or the same will be barred,
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 29th
day of March, A I) 1968
First publication of this notice on
the .".til day of April, 1968
ALFRED E. JEWETT
As Executor
HARRIS ami SIRKIN
Attorney* for Executor
IZth Floor, Dade Federal bide
M no, Floi id., 33131
4 '5-12-19-26
IN THE COI I DOE'S COURT
IN AND 'OK DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
Nc 78398-B
E
I :i 1:1:
NCT'CE TO CREDITORS
Ml i 'ill All I'. rsoi I'.iv-
[. ("lam.- l mandi Against Bald
i
I u notlfii pr- si aillls and lien,.in,!-
Lin. I. ti i have agalnsl the
Mat. SAI BL KRI'EOER de-
i lati "i I lade County, Florida.
the ie Judges "f 1 lade County.
nd fill tin sami in duplicate and as
livldod In Si lion 788.16, Florida
katuli htlr i ffloefl in the County
tourthousi Hade County, Florida.
fithin \ : r months from the
pine ol the flrsl publication hereof,
thi sami II he barred.
Dated ,,i Mlani Florida, this 29th
lay ol Ml I A.D, 1*H.
ISA DOK KRI'EOER
Executor
I'irs- publication of this notice on
he sth day of March, 1968
IYER.- KAPI AN PORTER
!>< nard 11 Epert
Ittorn. y U r Cxecutor
Ir.n s w ;-t S'reet
liam.. ;:!130
4/5-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW .
NOTICE IS HEREBY OtVEN thai
ihe nii'i' g tl is irlng to ei u^ic, |n
business Uiider ihe fictitious name of
SYBIL'S, al 20 VVest Flagler Street,
M ami, F i Ida, Intend to n r ild
-.in, w -li ihe Clerk of the Cfri Ull
ut t ul l lade 'ounty, Florida
MAX \\ UITZ
SYBIL V. EITZ
ROBERT W B1TZ
SOL COHEN
MYERS, KA "I AN S PORTER
Attorn ipllcants
Suit) M, i.'.i vi 1'nii'. Bids.
S v. Kir Strei
-IS
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
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
EIX'.AR WILLIAMS
Plaintiff
LIZZIE MAE WILLIAMS
Defendant
TO: LIZZIE MAE WILLIAMS
Daw son, Georgia
You IJZZIE MAE WILLIAMS are
hereby notified that a Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead- j
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's Attorney. THEODORE M.
TRI'SHIN". 420 Lincoln Road. Miami
Beach, Florida. Suite K01 and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the IT day of
April, 1968) If you fail to do so. judg-
ment by default will lie taken against
you for the relief demanded in the
Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at .Miami.
Florida, this 11th day of March, A.D.
1968,
i: li LEATHBRMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: I. SNEEDEN
i teputy ''i' rk
ICIRCIilT Cl "CRT BE A LI
'HI i:i il'i IRE M TRIT8H IN
1x0 Lincoln Road
] Miami Beach, Florida
Attorn, y for Plaintiff
a '15-22-29 4 .".
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
Hie undersigned, desiring to encase
in business under the fictitious name
of GEORGETOWN at 9171 South
liixie Highway. Kendall. Florida In.
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of l>ade
County, Florida.
GEORGETOWN MANOR, INC.
a Florida corporation
Ily: PAUL R. BI.AI'
President
Attest:
ISABELLB BLAU
Secretary
TAI.IANOFF. WALLER ft
MERGER
Attorneys for ____
GEORGETOWN MANOR. INf ^ ^
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
M iTIi F IS II Hl'.i.r-' GIVEN thi
gncd, desii Ins. to eni
, ihe 1 11 :
PEMME. i 26 S.E First Street
ml, Floi Ida, inn nd to n gister said
i. with the I li Ihe circuit
: Dad '! '
M A X V. !
S VIII I. WEITZ
Ri iBBRT V\ R TZ
SOL ci ill ION
\. BR8, KAPLAN A: PORTER
\ : lorneys for applicants
-n te :t"4. Eleven Fift) BUIg.
.' S W. First Sir. t
Miami, Florida
4/8-12-19-26
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage
businosi n der the fictitious name
EDWIN I G ARSON PRODUC-
ING al liSkl Indian Creek Drive
ami Beach Fli rlda. Int. ndcsi to
1st) r said i with the clerk of
1 ''it. u Courl it' Dade County.
t>rida-
HDW1N H GAHSON
kl.IAM.il' WALLER* BEROLBR
toi i fni klwln H Carson
li
iimi Hi 1 .da
4/5-12-19-26
PRE-iV-NABY CERTIFICATE
OF CORFOfiATE DISSOLUTION
n thi and by the authority
the Ktati .1 loii.i.i to ail to whom
so pi -. its ball come, greetings:
Wher. .
'RON CHKRKA8, Miami. Florida
IV J SWEET, Miami Beach, Florida
iWAIlli GRAD, Miami. Florida
\C MKlt.MEI.' Miami, Florida
IBBRT r KOHLER
North Hay Village. Florida
;YE1. I CHBRKA8,
*.i inn Hcai'h, I-'loruia
IBEKT c SCHWARTZ.
Miami, Florida
II wrilHUN, Miami. Florida
'GH I. WOODS. Miami, Florida
>L ENT1N, Miami Beach, Florida
CHAHH Tl CO. Miami. Florida
ANIJ5Y H. VVASSER,
Coral Gables, Florida
ALBERT MOSEIt, Miami, Florida
RNHARD SPIK/IEL, Miami, Florida
1WARI1 A. ItirrSTEIN.
Miami Beach, Florida
OOflNI E. SOROSKY,
Miami. Florida
ACK GLASS. Miami Beach, Florida
RVINt; SILVER.
Miami Deach, Florida
.ARHY R BLLKNTCCK.
Miami Heach, Florida
.'OILMAN I. MA DAN, Miami. Florida
OIX)MON CRAMER.
Coral Gables, Florida
BRAHAM St HATZBERG.
Coral Gables. Florida
IIRRAY SALZMAN,
Miami Beach, Florida
1J1ERT H LEVINE,
coral Oables, Plorids
d on tl. Jjod day of PERRD RY
D., 19',2. cause *o be incorporated
id.-r the laws of the State of Florida
NAVERAL CAPITAL CORPORA-
ON a cort.i.ratt ... with its princl-
1 plnec of l.usine-.- at MIAMI. DADE
H'NTY. in the BUte of Florida, and
lerras such COrnoration did on t1'"
th day of MARCH A I). 1968, cause
be filed i" 1 ii 9
ry of St:'!. .-Mi. i I I'
do. tin.-t : -' mth iritj r .i i
d.r s... t|oi IS Plorlda Statutes
OWlllK til,
ration
Nov. therefor I hi Set retarj i '
an. do. p hereb) certlf> lo thi
fan and that h, In satisfied thai the
quireinciits of the law have been
mphed with
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I
^reunto >, t my hand :.t"i hav
xed the i In at Seal the State
lorlda, at the C
Hi- l.ltb Baj ol march. A D
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 68-5124
NOTICE OF SUIT
c VPITAli FILM LAISOKATt IRIES
INC a Delaware corporation.
Plaintiff,
vs
IVIB MASTERS. INC a Florida
corporation, WILLIAM J. JUQO
idually, A <' SS- IAFFNBY,
INC., a New York corporation,
I i.f-ndants.
TO Rt IS8-OAFFNBY. INC.
21 West 46th Street
Manhattan. New York.
New York
YOU AND EACH i P YOU ARE
HEREBY NOTIFIED that a suit lias
been brn I i agn -: yi n by CAPITA L
FILM LABORATORIES, INC a Dela-
ware, corporation, plaintiff, to fore-
. .. -i ertaln Si urity Agrei mem
(Chattel Mortgage) more particuUrl]
ci. Hcrlb. d In the mplalnt fllea in
I ., .. -..-Hi >, Hecurlt) Agreement
(Cimtti Mortgagi encumbars the
ril..! property, to wit:
lure-li ngth '. mm.
lure i ntltled "' lavllan"'
; but not limiU d to all original
rlu fine cram
work prims.
... ... prints, and all
. ,Ui j ti (opt al and magnetic)
iry material upon
wl ieh tl photoplay In based (i
all .,u-i< .ti.d lyrics synchronisea wl
iti |.i.i. i .1 all rights to the
title. "GaviUvn"
and for other relief, and you are re-
nt, .! to file vi ir answ-r to s.ud
Complaint, with the Clerk Of the
i.i.i.v. styled court and to .serve a
.oi.v thereof on plaintiff's attorney,
\\ \i.-l Kits. MOORE COSTANZO
. Building, Miami. Florida.
the ; day of May, 1968.
. t; ult of which -.id Complaint
wjll i ; i sn as confessed by ypu
DATED at Miami. Florida, this 2nd
i rll 19' i
;: H F.-BATHERMAN
. Hi rk of the Ciri ui' Ci Bri
Bv KM. I.VMAN
Deputy ci'irk
4/:.-!:'. 9-SI
TOM M > M s
State
'
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IM THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
No. 68-4930
. (NANDO RALDOMBRO.
i latntiff,
VIVIAN BALDOMBRO,
I n femlant
TO VIVIAN BALDOMERO
>9 Van Waganen Avenue
Jersey City. New Jersey
You. VIVIAN BALDOMERO, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divor.- has been filed agairwt
you and vnu are r.-o|uire . ., of .our Vnawer or Pl-.idinir to
..... i i n'l'f's
,. HR RI i' IBRS
Miami Fl iri t i
|
the ci.-rk of
'.. i-i in rr before the 7
,i |o
will be
. f demanded
. -. 'nmplaint.
i
reek for ( usutlve weeks
., THE II- ISH Fl ORIDIAN
I VND ORDERED at '
id ... -X day Of March. A l>
' i.-, li tiBATHBRMAN, '
cm- -nit i lurt, lade I tounl
Hv h M LVMAN. Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
' BSTBR BOOBRS, ESQ.
Hill N.W. I4t.h S'ri
"""" r"' .-19-26
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 68-3892
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
PETER v CIOLINO
Plaintiff
vs
.\t \ I iEI.INE cii ii .i '. i
11, fendant
VDBLINE CIOLINO
136 II........ Vvenue
u
N. n I. -ey
Vou, M \DELINE CIOLINO, are
hi ri by not Ifled ths I n Hill of Com-
plaint for l ia.... .i> I n fih d
against you. and \<-u are required to
-. rve ;i copy l your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill .a' Complain! on the
Plaintiff's attorney, SIDNEY BFRON-
son. 612 Alnsley Building, 14 N.E.
1st Avenue. Mimai. Florida 33181 and
file the original Answer or Pleading
in the office of th- Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the 17th
day Of April. 196S. If you fail to do
so. Judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published nn.e
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami
this 12th day of March AD I9
E B. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By: c i> ci .|'i:i..\N|i
Depuo Clerk
(Cireuit Court Seal I
SIDNEY EFRONSON
Attorney for Plaintiff
61S Alnsley Building
Miami, Florida S3132 .
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 68-3495
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JO i.yn'ni: HENDERSON,
Plaintiff,
STEVEN JOHN HENDERSON
Defendant.
TO STEVEN JOHN HENDERSON
nils North Orient Stn I '
Fairmont, Minnesota .....
You, STEVEN JOHN HENDERSON,
are hereby notified that a Hill of
I Complain) for Divorce has been filed
I against you, and you are required to
s, rv- B copy "1" your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney. SEYMOUR l/)N-
IMiN. 71") N.W. M Street, Miami,
Florida and file the original Answer
or Pleading in the office of th- Clerk
Of the Circuit four- on or before the
1!) day of April. 19** If >'"U fall to
do so, judgment bv default will be
taken against you "" relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
This ootlci shall published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI/MMDIAN
DONE \N|i ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this llth dn> of March A.D.
1,1 B B LEATHERMAN, Clerk
circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
ny: lC M. LYMAN
Hi nuty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
SEYMOUR I.ONDON, ESQ.
79D N.W. ii4 Street
Miami. Florida 33127
Attorney for Plaintiff |/lf>iM| 4/-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77893-A
in RE: Estate of
HANNAH NBUHAUS
""NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate: ,
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any olalms ai il demands
which m.u may have against the
.state of HANNAH NEUHAI'S de-
er ,.. ,i lati of Miami, Dade I i unty
Florida Ci unty Judgi P
County, and file the same in duplicate
and as provided In Section 733.16,
Florlds Sti tutei In their ofl
thnusi in Dade i
Florida, will i Is. calendar n
from ihi Hi "f 'he first put I
...... ime will hi Levied
Dated I la, this 111
,, \T> 1968.
i K Ni:rii.\rs
\- Kxei utoi
.-..., Hoi lice or
m h,
in l\\ ARD R HIRSCH
\ti I .....tor
Vlnl nis J Ull 'id,
i, rr F
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-4156
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ci.airi', M PBNNIMAN
Plaintiff.
; MERTO.N A. PBNNIMAN,
Defendant
TO; MBRTON A. PBNNIMAN
c o Blackwell & Reynolds
76 Summer Street
Fitchburg, Masmu'hus. is 12'
You, MERTON A. PBNNIMAN ire
hereby notified thai n Bill ol '"-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you, and you lire required to
serve a copy of your \n- r r Pieaa-
Ing to the Bill of Conmh
Pllintlfrs attorney, SB} MOl R 1.<>N..
nflN 790 N.W. 54 Btreet, Miami.
Florida 33187 and file tl original
Answer or Pleading In thi office of
the Clerk of the Circuit urt op or
before the 2; day of Apr! 1963
m.u fail to do so. Judgment by default
W|U be taken against you 1 the
r.li-f demanded in the B1U 1 I 0111-
notlce shall be published once
each week for four eon-..... weeks
| THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED I Miami,
Florida, tins 15th day of Mi n A.D.
1; i- LBATHERJI \ S
Circuit Court, Dadi Com rlda
Bj K M LYMAN
Deputy Clerk
(Cm Ull Cut' S. all
SEY.MOIK I.0M.1 IN
7...11 N \'. I Si. t
Miami. Florida '^-'
Attorn. > for Plaintiff r.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77473-B (Dowling)
In RE: Estate of
HOSE L VOOEU
Deceased. _____
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demand- Against Said
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the
estate of ROSE L. VOCEL. deceased
late of Miami, Dade County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In dupllcati fl
as provided In Si 733.16 Florida
tuti In ti" r offl.....Ihe County
,,.,. in 1 lade 1' maty. Florida,
" from the
of the first
I he h rn 1
Dated .it M I" ""
.. v 1. .
v \T' >NM BANK.....
Fl i '.
r .- >t
ROSE 1 Dill
bj I" iY A ''': '"
Trust
pul -
the '".tii da 1 il M
BANFORD M 8WERDUN
Attorney for all next of kin
74S Seybold Building.
Miami, Florida .1:11:12
3. 1.-.-22-29 4/5
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 68113
IN HE- Estate ol
IRVING L STRICKLE!'.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that we
have filed our Final Report and Peti-
tion for Distribution and hrnal Dis-
charge as Successor Executor of the
estate of Irving I. Strickler, deceas-
ed: and than on the -"th day of
Anril. 19KS, will apply to the Honorable
County .ludg-s of Dade County. Fto-
rida. for approval of said Final Be-
|K>rt and for distribution and final
discharge as Successor Executor of
the estate of the above-named dece-
dent. This isth day of March, MM.
UNITED NATIONAL HANK
By: Dennis P. cium
Dennis p. Clum, Benlor Vice
President and Trust Officer
Successor Executor
MYERS. KAPLAN & PORTER
Attorneys
llf.11 S.W. Is' Street
Miami. Florida 3/22.2!l 4/5-12
lh
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78297-B
In RE: Estate of
WILLIAM J PANCOB
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credit ir.- and All Person- Hav-
ing claim- or Demands Against Bald
' Vou are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present > ) 1 tm.s and re-
mands which vou mas I
the estate V UAN I "
decease.I Int. of '.. i Untj '
to the Cotmtj .'
and fit. th. ate and is
provldi 1 li
s. ,,,, '. Hie Count}
. II I I
within sill
. [on ii-1
rred.
rlda, thi
March \ ''
R 1.....PANCOB
U ITT
itors
i- -.- pul n of this notice
M Il 1968,
MKB8
Vttorne) f r Executor*
ISO Lit
Miami Bea. h. Florida,
3/22-29 4/5-1
on
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY
No. 68-4266
JAMES CRAWFORD,
Plaintiff,
vs.'
INEZ ciiawi-ohd.
I >< :. lidai t
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: INEZ 1 'RAWFIIRD
1 lalhi un St reel
Bamlx 1 nth Cat Una
you, INEZ "RA \'. Fl IRI 1 are
by notlfii .1 that a Bill of Comi
for Dh 1 .. filed n .
you. a ml you ai e requiri
copy of your Ansv er or Plei
the Bill 1 'nmplaint on thi P
\ O'Bl
123 N K 79th Strei I, Miami, Florida
I Answer or Pli
Ing In th. offl, of the 1 l. rk
1 or In o.t. .,
lay of April, I9l II nu I
so, ,111.i: taken
again u I rel 1 ef den 1
thi II i I
This nollci published 0
ach week for fou.....11
111 THE JEW ISH I'l.nklHlAN
DONE AND ORDERED at M iml,
Florida, tin- 18th day of Mar. h ,\ D.
circuit Curt. Hade County, Fl
1: 1: LEATHERMAN. Clerk,
By: C P, ci ICELAND
Deputj Clerk
11 'Ircull Court Seal)
i;i:i IROE \ I'BRIEN, ESQ.
122 N E Tloh street
Miami. Florida 331S8
Attorney for Plaintiff
2/22-39 4/.--12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'SCOURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78399-C
III RE: Estate of
.NATHAN A HELM AN
I ... .ased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having; Claims or Demands Against
Bald Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and requir-
ed t.. present any claims and demands
which you may have against th.)
estate of NATHAN ADBLMAN de-
ceased late of Dade county. Florida!
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and fill :lo same in duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the County
Courthouse in Dole Cufitv. Fl>n. Ir,,
within six calendar months from the
rime of the first publloaUon hereof,
or the sami ill 1 < barred
Dated at m ami, Florida ,thla 18
.La of Man h, \ 1.....18.
CH.Ml I.l'.s ADBLMAN
II) ',! ( N COVBRMAN
1: utors
First publication of this notlci n
Ihe 32i .1 ilnj of March, 1988,
A COM IVITZ A SILVER
Attorneys :. r Kxei utoi B
607 Alnsley Build
Miami, Florida
:: 32-59 I : -11:
NOTICE TO DEFEND
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION No. 68-3824
DIVORCE SUIT
PI'RA AURORA MOLISANA,
Plaintiff,
CORRADO MOLISANA,
Defendant.
Vou. CORRADO MOLISANA. Via
Oenova No i".'.. Pescara, Italy Kr.ioo,
are hereby required to serve a. copy of
your Answer or Pleading to the Divorce
Complaint filed againel you. upon
JOSEPH c LAU8SBL, -IJ Hiscavne
Bldg., Miami. Florida. SS1S0, Plain-
tiff's attorney, and file the oriRinal
Answer or Pleading in the office of the
Clerk of the. Circuit Court on or before
the 19th day of April. |968. If you
fail to do so. anlirm. in by default will
be taken against you.
DATED: 11 March 19K8.
E B LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By: C. P. (X)PEI.AND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
_____________________________8/15-22-29 4'5
IN THte COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78192-C
In RE: Estate of
EDWARD J. I'HEIJVN
1 leceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All creditor.- ami ah Persons Hav-
ing claim.- or Demands Aui.nst Said
Estate
Vou are hereb) titled .1 1 required
to present iaims a 1 lentands
whl h you may hi\e agalnsl tin-
estate of edward j PHR ,AN Ie
. rlda,
to th- Count) ludge M County,
: r- n 1 'I
- provl I P ''! .
unty
Courthouse 111 Dadi Cou Florida,
Within six calendar monthf from 'ho
: me if the first publication hereof,
or the same w ill l>t ban
1 al Miami, P 1
:' March, a l> I
EDGAR T PARKER
As Executor
First publication of this notl '" an
the 15th day of Marcl
\ &
PACZDBR
Attorneys for Bxecuti
-
Miami, FlOl 1 1
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eFewish Floridian
Rep. Kenneth Myers
Is Senate Candidate
liami, Florida, Friday, April 5, 1968
Section C
CRITICIZES CHURCH LEADERS
aps New Stand on Homosexuality
NEW YORK (JTA) A leading they should be judged "by the
Irthodox rabbinical scholar has
larged that contemporary Chris-
lanity "is reverting to its pre-
fudaic roots" and showing signs of
"resurrection of a long-repressed
^agan past" in the growing ques-
joning by church leaders of the
Indent Judaeo-Christian doctrine
lat homosexuality is morally
irong.
The charge was made by Kabbi
Jorman Lamm of New York, pro-
fssor of philosophy at Yeshiva
l'niversity.
Writing in the current issue of
["Jewish Life," a publication of the
,'nion of Orthodox Jewish Congre-
gations of America. Kabbi Lannn
Cited the recent report on homo
sexuality io the British Council of
same criterion as a heterosexual
marriagewhether it is intended
to foster a permanent relation of
love" and that such acts are
"morally neutral" and even, at
limes, "a good thing."
Judaism, Rabbi Lamm said,
condemns homosexuality as an
abomination and the Torah legis-
lates on it in the context of other
sexual vices, such as adultery,
incest and bestiality. Capital
punishment is ordained in Le-
viticus for such acts.
Homosexuality, whether male or
female, "can never be legitimized
in the eyes of Judaism." he Stress-
ed, This does not mean, the rab-
binical scholar emphasized, that
Churches, a meeting on the prob- Jews who live by Judaism" lack
m in New York last Nov 28. at- 'compassion for the person trapped
(ended by 90 Episcopalian bishops, jby "this dreadful disease" or that
|nd a variety of similar pronounce- a case cannot be made, within a
"iiriits by Swedish and German | Jewish religious context, for treat-
ing homosexuals as sick, rather
than evil, but authentic Judaism
can never agree "to the current
campaign in h i .-> country and In
Europe to declare homosexuality a
matter of persi ual taste within the
range of normality."
"this new tendency in Christianity
with dismay and profound regret."
adding that "this change in direc-
tion in Christian opinion" would
"undoubtedly have its effect on
non-Christian citizens as well."
State Rep. Kenneth M Myers
has qualified for the State Senate,
District 43, the seal being vacated
by retiring Sen. Tom Spencer,
Rep Myers, voted by his fellow
legislators as the most outstanding
second term member ol the House,
has served two successive terms
in the Florida
sentatives.
House of Repre-
ihurch spokesmen.
Rabbi Lamm summarized the
"new thinking" on the Christian
new on homosexuality, as express-
ed in those reports, as holding thai
Such acts should not De dismissed
wrong, per se. that when per-
formed by "consenting adults,"
lie warned thai Jews must view
Author of the bill in the 1967
| session to establish a State Mental
| Health Center in Dade County, he
I also introduced House Bill No. 1,
| providing for a revision of the
! state's gas tax distribution for-
mula, resulting in an additional
four million dollars a year for
road building in Dade County.
Rep. Myers was selected in the
St. Petersburg Times' press poll as
one of the 10 most valuable mem-
bers of the House, and he was
| named by the Florida Jaycees as ence are needed in the legislator*
one of the five Outstanding Young j during these crucial years of crisis
REP. KENNETH MYERS
Men cf Florida.
Myers serves a- a member of
Ihe Board Of Directors of Amen
can Jewish Committee, is a mem-
ber oi the Hoard of Governors of
and change in Florida. What we dj
in state government during tb-*
next few years will shape the des
tiny of Florida for many years *i
come," Rep. Myers said.
A practicing attorney, agi
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.! Rep. Myers is a native Mian
His service in the House has
eluded active work on the educa-
tion, finance and taxation, an
health and welfare committee-
[Jewish Chaplains Group Opposes
{['Selective Objection' To Viet Nam
NEW YORK (JTA) The exec-
utive committee of the Association
of Jewish Chaplains of the Armed
Forces was disclosed this week to
have taken a stand of strong oppo-
sition to refusal by an) rabbi to
serve as a military chaplain in the
Vietnam war on grounds of "selec-
tive conscientious objection."
That stand was revealed by
Rabbi Bertram W. Korn. a Naval
Reserve chaplain and association
president, in a letter to present
or future" colleagues
Rabbi Korn said the statement
w.i- sent to association members,
to presidents of the cooperating
Jewish seminaries, to heads of
their student groups, and to the
presidents of the rabbinic organi-
zations. These are the Reform He-
brew Union College Jewish Insti-
tute of Religion and the Central
Conference of American Rabbis:
the Conservative Jewish Theologi-
cal Seminary of America and the
Rabbinical Assembly: and Yeshiva
University and the Rabbinical i
Council of America
Yeshiva l'niversity reported re-
cently that it had chopped its par-
ticipation in the military chaplain-
cy draft, as of last January, and
was permitting its graduating stu-
dent rabbis in the Rabbi Klchanon
Rabbinical Seminary to volunteer
in a one year experiment. The
Jewish Theological Seminary dis-
closed recently that it had estab-
lished last year the category of
Conscientious objector in its par-
ticipation in Ihe drafl program
Kabbi Korn declined, in hi
ter, that the association had been
informed that "at some of the sem-
inaries and in some of the national
rabbinic organizations, there are
those who feel that a rabbi who is
opposed to our present military in
volvement in Vietnam should re-
fuse to serve as a military chap-
lain in the ground of selective
conscientious objection.' "
He added that the Jewish mili-
tary chaplains, attending a recent | the Rabbinical Assembly, proposed
meeting of the executive commit- i this week that chaplains of all
tee and representing all three faiths cease to be part Of the
branches of Judaism, had agreed i military establishment so that they
that because many soldiers might can counsel servicemen according
te f'-.ihting in Vietnam for a cause to conscience, not military rules
He said thai as part oi the mili-
tary, the chaplain was "unable to
question the premises on which
the war is fought." adding "what
is he to say to a pilot or bom-
which they either did not under-
stand or opposed, the military
chaplain was particularly needed.
Asserting that the chaplains at
the meeting constituted a group
which, "militarily, knows whereof hardier who tells him he has been
it speaks." he reported also that 'ordered to drop bombs in an area
Ihej had agreed thai "any clergy- where he knows that women and
man who uses 'selective conscien- children" will be killed.
tious Objection' as a reason for ; ^ (.h;m,,jni, n;ltlir(, (ll Wil lu.
avoiding service as a militan ,,,.,. ,,,,.,, has ma chaplain doe- not understand the ,.|h;i| v (, rabbja j,,;,, wjtn our
counterparts in other faiths" to re-
examine the role of the clergy in
relation to the military. He stress-
ed that he did not oppose sending
spiritual advisors to the men in
service, asserting that fighting
men must he served whether or
not one believes in the war they
are fighting.
essential nature of the military
L-haplaincy, which is that the mili-
tary chaplain's task is to give
spiritual solace and religious guid-
ance to troubled human beings, not
to act a- a special pleader for any
particular ideology or course of po-
litical action."
Rabbi Eli Bohnen, president of
and ha- served on the Budget Com
mittee Of Federation.
In qualifying, Myersstated, "The
most urgent challenge of our time
n state government is the crisis oi
mi cities. We must act boldly and
imaginatively to find solutions to
the problems of increasing traffic
congestion, air and water pollu-
tion, adequate criminal law en-
forcement, needed expanded edu-
sei vices, and all the other areas re-
late! to finding a meaningful and
productive life for our citizens in
the cities.
"Vigorous leadership and experi-
U.S. Will Rush
Arms To Jordan
Despite Tensions
WASHINGTON (JTA) A State
Department spokesman announced
I this week that negotiations had
been concluded in Amman for the
shipment oi U.S. arms to Jordan.
Arrangements were made for
early shipments despite the pres-
ent tense situation along the Israel-
Jordan cease-lire lines.
Goldmann Warns Of
Fading Settlement
Hopes For Mideast
NEW YORK (WNS1 A war:-
j ins that hopes for an early Israe
(Arab settlement of their dispute,
,vere fading was sounded here by
Dr. Nahum Goldmann. president
of the World Jewish Congress.
"In view of that situation." D..
Goldmann continued, "world Jew
rj must remain mobilized in the
face of an international political
situation fraught with difficult
.for Israel."
At the same lime he asserted
i.that little improvement can be en
pected in the Jewish situation in
j the Soviet Cnion as long as Mo8
cow's relations with Israel remain
;unchanged.
lb also denounced the ant
| Semitic propaganda drive in Po-
I land, declaring that protests must
go on even though the danger
I physical attacks on the small Je
j ish communities in Poland was
1 now minimal.
He was also apprehensive of the
political gains in Western Ge
many of the neo-Nazi Natio- I
01 the, Jordanian-American arms Democratic Party, adding howevet
agreement announced by the State I that those gains were "a greater
Department on Feb. 14. danger to German democracy and
the Western alliance than to the
It is understood that the (leal u,w|>|| C()mmllnjI> because the
includes jet planes, tanks, artillery remaining number of German Jews
Ol various types and other arms. I is so small "
The spokesman said the negotia-
tions represented implementation
Temple Ner Tamid celebrates mortqaqe-burninq at the syn-
agogue's recent dinner. From left are Michael Glazier, past
president and cochaiiman ol the Mortaaqe Redemption
Committee Murray A. Shaw, chairman of the board Herman
L. Shaw, vice president Solomon Sieqel. Rabbi Euqene
Labovitz, Mrs. Sadie Trosky. vice president Louis Cohen,
past president Col. William J. Harris. Mortgaqe Redemp-
tion campaign chairman and vice president Isidor Deemar.
vice president Morris Coh^n, I"l Ner Tamid president Charles Goldstein.


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PASSOVER TO FREEDOM, by
Lenore Cohen. Illustrated by Lu-
cille Brown Greene Wrd Ritchie
Press. S3.9I. 90 pagss ineluoNn-j
notes and bibliography.
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WHOEVER
HEARD
PASSOVER BA.RTONETTES-
BARTWfS new sculptured, multitah;
ctrocoutes. Each tiny piece filled
wtth nets, fruits, cordials or cremes,
A colorfui painting of Jerusalem
decorates the box cover. 1 lb. $2.69
PASSOVER NUTS AND FRUITS
Includes taagy fruits like apricots,
raspberries, pineapple and orange.
And crunchy pecans, almonds,
cashews and filberts. All chocolate
covered. 1 lb. $2.69
PASSOVER COOKIES-luscious
after-Seder desserts made from
cherished Old World
recipes. Parve.
*2.49
PASSOVER
VIENNESE KRUNCH-
Brittle nut-crunch centers, covered with
chocolate and chopped nuts. Just one
cf EARTON'S six new Kosher For Passover selections at $1.45 each.
noab ilud
(KOSHER FOR PASSOVER)
And don't forget BARTON'S other delicious
Passover selections, including
Chocolate Matzos, Passover Almond
Kisses. TV Munch, Marshmallor/ Fluffs,
After Seder Mints and lots more.
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BARTON BONBONNIERE
211 E c ag er S"ee- Miarr
BARTON BONBONNIERE
22 Lincom Rd., W.ia>ri Beach
BARTON BONBONNIERE
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BARTON BONBONNIERE
c507 Ha'd ng Ave^je, Miami Beac-i
BARTON BONBONNIERE
Holywood Mail, Hollywood
BARTON BONBONNIERE
212 ArAiracle Miie. Coral Gabes
BARTON BONBONNIcKE
:63rd Street Shopping Center
ARTON BONBONNIERE
Presidential Towers Hotel, Hailandaie Beach
L W. BREEDINGS DRUG
6661 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
BftOADMOOR PHARMACY
E7CO N.W. 32nd Avenue. Miami
CRAWFORbS PHARMACY
9400 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach
CAST HIAIEAH PHARMACY
1001 E. 25th Street. Hialeah
FRANJO PHARMACY
?715 E. Hibiscus Street. Perrine
GAILOWAY PHARMACY
7035 S.W. 87rh Avenue. Miami
INTERNATIONAL PHARMACY INC.
Miami International Airport
KINGS PHARMACY
">2451 S. Dixie Hwy.. Miami
LAWRENCE DRUGS
2698 Coral Way, Miami
LEE^S PRES. SHOPS INC.
5898 Sunset Dnve Miami
LEES PRES. SHOPS INC.
7880 Coral Way. Miami
MOTH PHARMACY
17200 Collins Avenue. Miami Beach
NORTHWOOO DRUG
-' North wood Rd Wes' Palm Beach
OLYMPIA HEIGHTS
9884 Bird Read, Miami
PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY
601 W. 49th Street. H.aleah
PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY
595 E. 25th Street, Hialeah
PARKWAY PHARMACY
'299 S.W. 22nd Street, Miami
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TARASCH PHARMACY
8315 NW7th Avenue. North Miami
TARTAK'S DRUGS INC.
400 Opa-locka Blvd., Ooa-Locka
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7941 N.E. 5th Avenue. Miami
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* Jen Isi) fhc /r Sdliir
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lAJltat s v'oohin
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By ROSALIND S. ZUNSER
Or.ze again, as it has been for four thousand years, the
Passover is upon us. and it behooves the Jewish housewife to
outdo herself in the preparation of a memorable Seder dinner.
To be sure, certain ingredients are prescribed by law. There
can be no deviation from matzoh, haroset. bitter herbs and the
like. These are musts. There are others, however, not ordained
by law. such as gefilte fish, that tradition has sanctified.
But beyond this, the housewife can use her ingenuity and
imagir.a'ion to prepare menus for this gala festival when the
whole family is gathered around the table with candles lit. a
dazzlir..* white cloth and shimmering red wine.
SEDER MENU
Gefilte Fish with Beet Horseradish Chicken Soup with Knaidlach
Roast Chicken
Brocoli with Slivered Almonds Matzoh Shalet with Prune Sauce
Lettuce and Tomato Salad, French Dressing
Sponge Cake Tea and Lemon
6 :'i.i'zohs
t' _:= separated
2 -i-poon salt
1 apple, grated
MATZOH SHALET
1 2 cup sugar
Grated rind 1 lemon
Juice 1 lemon
3 tablespoons melted chicken fat
Soak matzohs in cold water. Beat egg yolks and sugar until
thick 3rd lemon colored, add matzohs which have been com-
pletely drained, grated apple, grated lemon rind and juice and
salt: mix well. Fold in egg whites beaten stiff but not dry. Bake
at 375 Jegrees F. about 45 minutes until brown or done.
1 lb prunes
Su^ar. to taste
PRUNE SAUCE
Juice of 1 orange
Boil prunes until very soft, remove pits. Mash prunes thor
oughly. sweeten to taste, add juice of one orange.
If I judge my correspondents correctly, many of them now
feel themselves confident to try baking something more ambi-
tious. I have therefore chosen for this column a cheese cake
made with cottage cheese. Of the many varieties of cheesecake.
this is one of the simplest to prepare and should take only about
45 minutes to finish.
Bottom: 1 tablespoon 1 tablespoon 1 eii butter sugar CHEESE CAKE 1 tablespoon milk 1 cup flour 1 teaspoon baking powder
Mix bottom ciough using ingredients :' 10-inch spring form. .; in order and spread evenly ov
Filling: sepai a ted) Grated rind o! one lemon
1 cup 1 teas 2 lbs sugar poon vanilla ig< cheese '2 pint sweet cream 3 tablespoons top milk 3 tablespoons Hour
_; yolk*, until lemon colored, add sugar,.gradually
while ..:ii4 yolks until mixture forms ribbons -wheji bea:er is
Lifted: add vanilla and lemon rind to mixture Strain cheese
lii ough a sieve and add lo eug mixture Whip cream and add to
mixture folding in well. Beal egg whites stiff "and fold into mix-
ture. At the end add milk and flour. Pour into form and bake 45
minutes in 350 degree oven.
A great favorite with my family and friends is Hazel Nut
Torte to finish off a good dinner.'
HAZEL NUT TORTE
8 eggs separated 1<* cups -uaar
1 cup orange juice to pound ground*hazelnuts
l teasp ion vanilla tablespoons breadcrumbs
1 tablespoon rum flavor 1 teaspoon baking powder
Beat egg yolks with sugar until thick and lemon colored, add
vaniha. uange juice and rum flavoring and continue beating a
few minutes. Add nuts mixed with breadcrumbs and baking pow-
der. Beat egg whites stiff but not dry and fold into mixture. Bake
45 minutes in a 9-inch spring form which has been buttered and
floured. * *
Aunt Mary, who has been gone these many years, is re-
membered and revered by a filled cake or "shtrudel" she used
to bake I am sure this cake must have had a more formal name
but to me it has always been Aunt Mary's cake, a tribute to the
memory of a most beloved relative and an excellent baker.
AUNT MARY'S CAKE
Dough:
1 4 lb. butter
3 eggs
3 8 cup milk
3 cups flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 4 teaspoon salt
1 2 cup sugar
Sift flour, salt and baking powder together. Add butter, cut
into smail pieces and rub into Hour with fingertips. Add sugar,
and milk. (Dough should be -cut. add more milk if necessary.)
Divide dough into three parts. Roll each third thin, fill Bl
together like jelly roll, pressing down stuffing. Roll should
one-halt inch wide. Bake at 350 degrees F. until brown. S
into one-inch widths before completely cool.
Filling:
1 4 lb. butter 1 teaspoon cinnamon
1 cup bread crumbs 3 4 cup sugar .
1 4 II). raisins
1 lb. walnuts rolled out fine or ground
Juice and grated rind of one lemon
Melt the butter in a skillet, add the bread crumbs and brown
the mixture lightly. Add rest of ingredients.
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*iw #"$#? HrridHan
Neutrality' Is The Prime Objective Of
British Government In The Middle East
Paqe 7-C
LONDON (JTA) The British Arab neighbors."
| government must remain neutral
in the Arab-Israel dispute if it is
[to be of any help in reaching a
solution to that conflict, a govern-
ment spokesman said in the House
of Commons this week.
Moshe Dayan Has A 'Lucky' Day
Goronwy Roberts, Minister of
State for foreign affairs, spoke in
reply to Labor MP Raymond
Fletcher, who had declared that he
"found it totally impossible to
adopt a neutral attitude regarding
the Middle East, where we have
the only democracy, and the only
social democracy as well, sur-
rounded on all sides by hostile
Postage Vending
Machines Slated
For Miami Area
Postmaster E. M. Dunlap has
announced that around-the-clock
mail service from vending ma-
chines is slated for the near future
for the Greater Miami area.
This is one of the most popular
ot recent postal innovations. Pres-
ently, there are two self-service
units of this type located in shop-
ping centers.
Mr. Dunlap said the around-the-
| dock service is a new dimension
|jn postal convenience in keeping
ivith President Johnson's order to
mprove the quality of public serv-
ce and to bring government serv-
ice to the American people.
While self-service units cannot
irovide all services that a regu
ark manned post office can. Mr.
Dunlap said thej have on major
advantage: i mtmual service. The
mils are always open, daj and
night, Sundays and holidays. 365
laj a year
Mr Dunlap said thai a walk-up
unit is scheduled to be in opera
lion on the Lincoln Road Mall on
Miami Beach sometime this
month. Lobby units at both the
Main Post Office in Miami and the :
Miami Beach Post Office at 1300 j
Washington Ave. are slated to be |
installed during 1968
Mr. Roberts replied, "In a situa-
tion like this, where passions arc
inflamed, no outside crountry will
be able to do very much to help
resolve the conflict if it is con-
sidered to be partisan to one side
or the other."
Stressing the government's view
that a Middle East settlement can
be achieved only by the intcrna-
in the interests of peace, he said,
tional community -icting together
"It is for this reason that the gov-
ernment has, since the Six-Day
War, laid so much importance on
working through the United Na-
tions."
Mr. Fletcher, charging that Arab
propagandists, many of them ex-
Nazi Germans, have made clear
their intention not only to destroy
the state of Israel, but to liquidate
its people, said, "I can't be neutral
in any kind of conflict between the
state of Israel and the Arab states
which seem to have taken upon
theii shoulders the mantle of the
late Dr. Goebbels."
By MARIAN SNEIDER
Jewith Ploridian Staff Writer
As the first news report battered my brain, I
thought, "No, it can't be!" My heart sank with
a sense ol personal tragedy.
"Moshe Dayan has been critically injured in
an archeological cave in," the reporter said.
By the next day the world knew that Dayan
would live and I breathed a sigh of relief in
chorus with millions of others who cared.
Then the question popped into my brain. The
question that comes like flashing lights behind
my eyes when life deals this kind of blow.
Was this man lucky or unlucky?
Belore I answer, I thought back to noon of
that Sunday a lew weeks before. Stan, my hus-
band, had left to pick up the children at Sunday-
School and I stayed home to make sandwiches.
Whn I expected them to walk through the
door, the phone rang. It was Stan.
"Marian, our car was hit." His voice vibrated
with shock.
"Is everyone all right?" I asked.
"1 haven't picked up the children yet. A man
ran a stop sign and ploughed into me. My knees
are shaking, but I wasn't hurt."
I went to get the children and we stopped at
the accident.
The side ot our station wagon, the driver's
side, was green aluminum foil that had been
squeezed into a ball and opened. The front of
the other man's car was a discarded accordion.
A narrow escape for both men.
That night at dinner when the events of the
lay were beginning to fade, Suzy, one of our six
year-old twins, dropped a bottle of ketchup on
the glass topped table. The glass cracked, splin
tared and landed in Stan's lap. He was startled
but uncut.
"I think I'll go to bed and get this day over
with," he said almost hysterically. "I can't stand
another drop of bad luck today."
"Listen, Stan. I think today has been a fan-
tastically lucky day for you. Look what's hap-
pened and you're still here to be miserable about
it. You're O.K. and that's what matters."
We looked at the four children and we all
knew it was right. A very lucky day.
So, when I heard that the Israeli general
would live, it didn't take long for me to know
that the day Moshe Dayan was buried by the
cave-in was one of his luckier days.
Luck is life.
PESACHDIK
PARVE
POLYUNSATURATED
Your matzo
never had i
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Breakstone
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When you sit down to enjoy a crisp matzo,
it's nice to know that Breakstone won't
break up a good thing.
So this Passover, butter your matzo,
cottage-cheese it, slather it with sour cream, or
make it more tempting with Temp-Tee
whipped cream cheese.
Then, go right on spreading Breakstone
throughout the year. (Not to mention mixing,
scooping and dipping.)
Kosher for Passover: Creamed Cottage Cheese, California
Style Cottage Cheese, Tiny Soft Curd Cottage Cheese.
Pot Style Cottage Cheese, Farmer Cheese, Temp-Tee
Whipped Cream Cheese, Sour Cream, Sweet Whipped t
Sweet Print Butter. Certified by Rabbi Jace* Ceben,
SpringVaHey, N.V.


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Friday Acril 5 1968
Beth Raphael Holds Memorial Services
\ V serial Service marking Beth Raphael
rv of the hero;'.-
Warsaw Ghetto Uprising will be Daniel Sea; Belief former Na
held at 8 p.m. Sonday at Temple tional Commander of the Jewish -."inky
War Veterans, will be ".-.
-peaker Others on the pr-1
.-.ill l.-.clude Rabbi David
'.a.-.:or Saul H. Breen and tbe
the direction of A bra- K
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acaoapl pfca :"~ '-" oata d Oaa fay ?'- M~x Di-is-?-.
Hi -_-.e racanl Arnhrenarv Ltmcbec- c: \-.e SL^erhcod of
7wph fccrr.-j E: V t-.. Beach
i.W.V. Post Wins 2 National Honors
Tae ;^e Post No 7H
F the J fai -as
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ARIH Dinner
Dance Theme
Bi the thei
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intractable asth
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chaii...... ent ire Mrs.
Harold Kjfeld and Mrs En
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Florida, and also because their
198 membership exceeded that of
teal year, he said
The* will ">c awarded the covet-
M Ribbon for their increased
membership.
The post meets tbe second Mon-
aco month ;r. the audito-
.' the I>ads Federai Savings
tad Loan Aaan Bidg at 103rd St.
- Dixie Hv.-v
Asthmatic Children
Unit Elects Board
Board
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Incl lied -: -: '. Greater
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Friedman. Cap! Lee Gardner. Ben
Z Mrs. Wiliiam C.
Hanfor. Alheii Hochber?. Lee
Howard. Edwa.-.j Laasman. Ed-
MeinJker. Judge Theodore
Samuel L. Seltzer. Judge
.' 8. Shapiro and Richard
C Talton
Reelected member: of the Med-
Board were Drs.
Morton L. Hammond. Meyer B.
James H. Putnam and Kel-
son Ziviti
MIDTOWN CLUB BEVERAGES
GINGER ALE CLUB SODA
TRU-FRUIT (Black Cherry, Black Raspberry & Orange)
Kosher for i'anHovvr
UNCE = 5UPEI Of
Rabbi Dr. Tiboi H. Stern
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FOOD FAIR STORES
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FAVORED IN JEWISH
HOMES SINCE 1875
Passover calls for the best and Tetey is tea at its best Serve your family
fc'ight cheering Tetley Tea *ith the tiny little tea ieaf f'avor. Tetley Tea
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Have a joyous Passover
Enjoy cheering
Maxwell House
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through the land, its cheering ta'am is
as constant and unchanging as the joy
of Pesach itself.
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National Women's League for Israel cele-
brated its 40th anniversary at a donor din-
ner of the organization's Lincoln Miami
Beach Chanter. From left are, in front row:
Mesdames either Tyson, Viola Minkoff, Har-
ry Kapell, Alexander Dellerson, president;
Jay Dermer, Emma Rattner, Rose Hochstim
and Tanya Wolshin. Behind them are quest
speaker Rcbbi Ralph Kinqsley and concert
artist Alexander J. DsUereon.
Annual Report Of Florida Power Co. Promotes State
An inviting view of Florida is
being carried to some 50,000 per-
sons throughout the nation and in
many foreign countries by a new
publication just off the press.
Florida Power and Ufbt Com-
pany's 1967 Annual Reportwhich
doubles as a colorful Florida pro-
motion pieceis now in the mail
to bankers, brokers, and all stock-
holders of the company.
The report beckons the reader to
"Explore Florida whether the
quest is for lun in the sun. busi-
ness and career opportunities, or
Enlarged Directory
Lists Passover
Kosher Products
NK.\ YORK \ ed n ol
the Ortl :'
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i ec l illy < erti
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of A
Copies "I the 32- > ige direi
in;i> beobtained without chargt bj
bending ;i self-a Idressed, stamped
envelope to: Orthodox Union. 84
Fifth Avenue. New York. N.Y.
10011
Nearly 700 Kosher for Passover
products are now available with
Orthodox Union ra'.ibinical en-
dorsement, according to Nathan K.
Gross of New York. L'OJCA na-
lional vice president and chairman
of the organization's -Joint Com-
mission for Kosher Certification.
He also reported that, because
of a record addition of more than
100 Kosher foi-Passover products
this year, it was necessary to en-
large the director^''
just the joy of living in a land of
uarmth and natural beauty."
Geared to FPL's year-round pro-
pram of boosting the Sunshine
State, the publication is illustrated
>tn full-color nhotos and more
closely resembles a popular pic-
ture magazine than a corporation
report.
It spotlights the State's solid
growth and exciting progress in
1967rapid population gain, an
all-time high for tourism, and
sie'irw-d-iip industrial expansion.
"Assuring plenty of power for
V.A. Benefits Are
Nat Limited To
J iet !Sam Vets
The Veterans Administration
lh 5 la r<"~>in'l--r thai
Kpnefits of the new G.I. Bill are
m limit! I to \ < I Na n .' wet-
ins, but apiilv equally to veter-
ans who served in the Armed
i i an) time after Jan. 31.
Mr. c. V. Henry, manager, -aid
ial \i 'i.ir- wbo had at least 181
lays active duty service, any part
: which occurred aUor .Ian. 31,
1959, are eligible for these G.I. Bill
benefits
Kducational assistance, high
school, apprenticeship or other on-
thc-job training, farm cooperative
training, vocational flight training.
G.I loans, medical care, and an
allowance of $1,600 toward pur-
chase of specially-equipped auto-
mobiles for veterans with certain
severe disabilities suffered while
in service.
AARON outlived his brother,
Hoses, by three years. He died at
the age of 123 on Mount Hor on
the border of Edom. Like his
brother, he was not privileged to
enter Canaan.
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under the supervision ol Rabbi Mendel Chodrow
and Rabbi Alter Silverman.
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Isrcel Defense Minister Moshe Dayan is shown testinq at
Tel Hashcmer Hospital neai Tel Aviv after his dramatic
rescue from an archeoloqical cove-in. The rescue was car-
ried out by Mogen David Adorn, Israels emergency first
aid service.
J.W.B. Prepares
Program Alaiiual
For Passover
NKW-YOKK A new 68-page
Passover Program Manual has
Keen publisher! bv the National
.Jewish Welfare Board in time for
iilannin i oropra is i r the Festh al
of Freedom, which this year be-
;it's al sundown Friday, \pril 12.
Prenared y Norman Linzer, in-
structor al >h V/i'nweiler School
of Social Work of Yesh'va Univer-
sity who h is ha I extensive experi-
:i :< a soc'al worker at a num-
ber ol .lewi h Community Centers, i
'he new Passover Program Man-
al includes tes'erl Passover ;>ro-
| (trams for all age groups, other
*U88' sted program ideas, a Sample
Thinl Seder Service, an article on
Passover music by Leah Jaffa Ro-
unbluth, pames. gongs and poetry
'or Passovr and im-to-date select-
ed lists of basic Passover hooks. '
Passover plays, musir, arts and
trail panics and audio-visual aids. I
Rabbi Isaac Siegal (center) of Jersey City, presents cer-
tificate of kashruth for lie B. Manis-hewitz Company to
Bernard Manischewitz d'.ght), president. Looking on are
(from left): D. Bsryl Manischewitz, chairman of the board;
Rabh; Chaim Karl'n^kv; and WiiM-im B. Manischewitz.
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From a people who can make oranges grow in the desert.
Sabra, The Liqueur of Israel.
A joyous blend of Jaffa orange with a shade of chocolate.
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Why h the naming o* a boy
delayed until the circumcision
takes place'
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anc beta m the .ie'.
fed If- down at t!'-
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proje..... argument %< 'Lcjr.j ir anciflBl text
reflects r- .- ..- isht of part* wtth the holy Sab
H bboumI '* painted .- that roughoutth* Bless- hath, now fee!? encouraged y tl
there areaaasetiaaes cirewwiatancei meant thai approach of a new Sabbath b>
t.a- *> ut the people vf the AJ name '. aa- thai repre- "hereby a baj -. be) the thai jOO rules and watche? over rieving -.he Moor Ita -.
-uight} They serve to convince s> rpressior mear.:-g "pur- t.rcjrr.t.^i'.' takes plate, e? the world. Tne reason the Moon sheds optimism on the ob-er\e:
-.o see our Teflllifl that we pit dye" Apparently the Canaan- ''- '' ..... .s.or. has to be w- chosen over another heavenly and optimism is heighten--:
;e Hm attijliili o> serving as itaa had become known as woo: Belayed because of the heabh of bod> is because iu path across the one is ir. a festive m;>o6.
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Why is it tKat ta "Tetilltn"
mt Mi* em h cMapo*d o* m
boa hm#i oo see" ,rl f' *>iit
h* "TcetttMt" p4c*d tt W
K**d >t campetad hn*r art
<*ynt cMnptrtmeWi each arrth
an wdiytdual tcrofl (i.*., tovr
tcrotli M all).?
baaii-aliy aha Bahlif al te*' speaks
on the arm in the
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peak- of the Tefiilin oi
a-; ;,. ,.-i. frOBl
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Bible
nt oi
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m : ipoo a '' b
merchants *T)0 discovered I
were proficient in the method of
idreiajg wooi into a purpliafc ceior.
b ^u*ieujg to oote that in the
aiea of the Ancient North Syrian
i ejty o.' L gaiT laoar known as
Respect Soamrah} archeologica:
[aceavatan have foiuid trace.- of
rtahapi for making purple dye
Why It nH adewe aaci^o
the Sabbath mcn.r.-j prayert
calld "Mutaf?
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Friday. April 5. 1968
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Paqe 13-C
ciiticai Briefs Jewish Education Cost
$100 Million A Year
Richard H. Cooper
Circuit Judge Richard H. Cooper j
: Orlando qualified this week as
candidate for the Florida Su-
preme Court. Group One. to sue-
Itved Justice Elwyn Thomas. "Ex-
[. erience as a trial judge, practic-
Itorney and citizen impels me
beiic\e that our courts are
;ublic domain," the Democratic
; ..ndidate said.
Carl Singleton
- i Singleton has
nnonnced for reelection as n
Democrat in I) strict 103, which
icludes A\ of Dade County.
i:. I ling :i qualifying papers.
the Coral Gables businessman
>inted o:t. "When I ran in 1966.
pledged a mature and busin -
ke approach to the problems of
ati overnment. I've kept those
r- My main concern was to
:r.prove the educational system in
ur state, and provide a better ed-
. cation for students in Florida
- hools.
$
John Cavalier
Miami Springs Mayor John Cav-
alier qualified for County Com-
mission Group 3 this week.
Mayor Cavalier has called the
county's traffic tie-up "a tragedy."
ie stated, "The great blockade at
-eJeune Rd. and 36th St. has re-
-named that way ever since World
iVar II."
He was first elected to Mir.mi
>prings City Council in 1962.
4 4 H
Stephen H. Butter
Stephen II. Butter, a practicing
/ttorney and author of the book
Legal Rights ol Women in Flor-
da "has announced his candidacy
'or the Florida House of Repre-
sentatives. Mr. Butter was the
iirst candidate to qualify for House
seat No. 99.
A member of the American Bar
As-;i Dade County Bar Assn.. and
the Florida Bar As*n.. he earned
iis Bachelor of Business Adminis-
tration degree from the University
of Miami. He was also graduated
from the University of Miami's
chool of Law.
INDIANAPOLIS (JTA) The i
annual cost of Jewish education {
for about 550.000 children in the i
United Stal as I een t -:mated i
at SlO.'i ml Isaac To
executive director of the Ameri-
can Association for Jewish I
tion. The fa< this ed-
ucation totals sonic 17.000 teach-
ers. I .:t many i *m are par'.-
' iime and : ared for such
1 lion x] ert s > ucation at
| the monthly meet rig ol the young
ship c n<.. J< wish
Welfare Federal n f Indiai .
Ii- He called Jewish education the
i large- n prisi of the
Vmei -.. i immunity and
one thai suffered from lack of
fund-, stafi .. id gt neral interest.
"At its sev rest best." he told
the 50young Jewish leaders. 'Jew-
ish education leaves much to be
desire:1. We do r-.ot give it enough
time. If we think that something
tan be accomplished two and a
I half hours a week for five years,
we give the schools an impossible
task.'
Gefiltefish
like mother
used to make.
Only if your
mother made
great gefilte
lIQfl Mother j Gefilt*
llwlla fish Tradition*!
Old-Fashioned: Whitefih and Yel-
low Pike; or All Whitetish. In jars
or cans. For low sodium diets-
Mother's New UnsatUd Geliltt
Fish, Unsalted Borscht. and Un
salted Soft or Stick Margarine. All
Pareve and Kosher (or Passove-.
ATTENTION!
Jewish Home for the Aged
. THRIFT SHOP
NEEDS YOUR DONATION
NOW!
" "FURNITURE"-"APPUANCES"
"CL6THING"-"JtWElRY," etc.
"All Items Tax Deductible"
CALL 696-2101
Parents most sh.ulder much of
he blame, ho declared, partly for
their lack of intrrsst in Jewish
dccatien and partly because their
ho,,ie life contains Mr ie that is
Jewish. At the ame time, he said,
,-n3:iy adults who observe very lit-
lie ihat is Jewish, are active in
Jewi-.h cor.-monity affairs.
He reporti I that 4.000 teachers
ach ::i Jewish ed-
!K ati in bul that I re wi re : ss
100 principals licensed to su-
per*.; e then H noted that thei i
only 11 : >:.:< d Hebrew
Is ::i the United
inly ;i "trickle"
of the teachers needed. At the
i.,i nl ratd attr iio.i. he re-
d 500 or mure new
[i hi a year."
To close '.!:-. ^ap. at least partly.
60-65 Israeli? are pressed into serv-
ice in American Jewish schools
through an annual exchange pro-
gram. He said other Israelis who
i are here for study programs are
also employed, if only to teach He-
brew, but many of them are not
suited for general teaching. He
said, however, that if the Israelis
were not available, some Hebrew
schools would have to shut down.
He also reported that the em-
phasis now in Jewish education is
I on secondary, rather than on ele-
mentary courses. He also cited a
new tievelpment summer camp-
ing programs, comoined with in-
i -ive Jewish education.
He indicated hopes for creation
I of a national board of Jewish edu-
cation to raise academic standards
I and variety programing. He said
many efforts were being made to
modify the curricula, from Bible
reading to history to Jewish values.
' in an effort to "find out what is
wrong with Jewish education."
:
Participating in the annual pre-Passover ritual, rabbis from
the Metropolitan New York area supervise the bakinq of
Shmurah Matzoh at the bakeries oi A. Goodman and Sons.
Specially prepared flour wn uti'ized in thj process.
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Joy, April 5. 19G8
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Paqe 15-C
LEGAL NOTICE
THE COUN rV JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 63038
BE Bl( '
kll.N RRE.N K I ii i. a
Hl.N BRANCA -
. ..I
FOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
[PPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
OTICE l hereby given lhal I have
. p Distribution ami Final Discharge
Administrator C T A of the estate
JOHN BRBNKAC8 a.'k/a JOHN
Irkncas. .........ised and thai on the
tiili day of \v II, IMS. "ill apply to
Honorable County Judges <>f Dade
Bounty, Florida! for approval of said
Report and for distribution and
lhal discharge aa Administrate!
T A of Hi" estate of the above
limed decedenl Thl Bth day of Mar, Ii
IHfl
MALCOLM H FRIEDMAN
lALCOLM H PRIEDMAN
fi nej
13 s !: PIi i Stn t,
Ida
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
iTI< 'K I- IIKHKUV OIVEN I
und. i ned. di
sn, tin
,, N s nl l4fl N Kei
wil 'lerl i....."in uil
ounty, P!i
'- RASKIN, Trust. -
3 15-22-29 l S
-. riOE OF SUIT
OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
CF FLOPIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 68-4886
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MERCEDES LESMEZ,
i it iff.
VI
IMANUBL LESMEZ,
I ;, ndani
IT" MANITBL LESMEZ
.ifiOi J*th Street, E-4
Astoria, N< w York
you ari hereby notified lhal a Bill
pf Complain) for Divorce I.....n
filed against you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your A'tswer
I or Pleading to the Hill of Complaint
Ion the Plain I IT* Attorney, Al.HBRT
vvii.ensky. M-11H Blacayne Hidg..
(Miami. Florida, and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
Hi. Clerk of ihe Circuit Court on or
(before the -', day of April. IMS, If you
[fail to do ho. judgment by default will
I be taken against you for Iho relief
I demanded in the Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published one*
[each week for four conserutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.OHIDIAN.
PONE ASM ORDERED al Miami.
[Florida, this 1:7 day of March, A.D.
[948
B. B. I.EATHEHMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court,
pad. County, Florida
Bj K M. I.Y.MAN".
I puty Clerk
(Circuit I 'our! Seal!
il.HK.RT VVIL.BNSKT.B8Q.
Id-UH Biscay lie Hldg.
W. Fli.gh r St., .Miami. Fla.
I 29 4 r,.12-19

LEGAL NOTICE
LfcGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES CCLRT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 77921.A
In RE E*tat< of
181 DORK K".- riNBR
Di eased
NOTICE TOCREDITOFS
To All Creditors and VII I...... May-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Bstali
You are hereby notifb d and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
whi>-li you may huve against ihe
estate of ISIDORE KOSTINER de-
ceased latt of Dade County, Florida,
to th* County Judges of Dade county,
and file the name in duplicate ami as
provided in Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof.
or 'he same will he barred.
Dab d al XI iaml, Plorida, this 4th day
of March. AH 1968.
BBATRICB MAROARBT KOSTINER
\s Executrix
First publication of this notiri on
the lath day of March. RitiX.
OOLDMAN, GOLDSTEIN &
PAC7.lp.lt
Attorn, y for Bxi i utnx
;4"1 \\ .si Flagler Street
1/15-28-29 4 ',
LCOAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
VOTlCE IS HEI I IIVBN that
undersigned esirlng lo ngagi
in business under Ihe I ill ous name
of TWIN MANOR VPART." ENT8 al
.-,- ....,a I'ausi-w.ty, North Miami.
t-'U.riil ,,,' ,i ', <,,-isl.,r sa.cl n'.Iile
Florida, intend
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME I AW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage
business under the fictitious me*
ACTION PRINT. ACTION PRESS
li'TION DUPLICATING.
ili av. ii ail ah, Fla hi-,' rid > '
jgiater said names with th< Clerk of
r Cln int i' tif of Dade < u
;. ipysi R> 'BOF iHM.i H INC
site <"
I 12-19
In THE COUNTV JUDC.E S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV,
FLOPIDA. IN PRODATE
Mr. 76673-B
RE Rstat. of
El 1 SHAi AN
Deci ,1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
lo All and All !' i Hav-
fu Claim." i DafWandu AgainM Said
E
You an "n !>y notified and rc'iulr-
Ut to pi eseni my PJMnu or ili
fhi.-h you may have against the estate
VETTA sil ATTAN deceased late
If Hade County, Florida, to In, i
fudges of l.a.i, County, and file Ihe
june in duplicate and as provided in
lection 133 16, Florida Statutes in their
Lfficea In the county Courthouse In
Jade County, Plorida, within six
nl.-nri.-ir months from the time Of
[he first nulh, atton hereof, or the
ame will be barred.
Dat.d al Miami. Florida, this 7th
Jay of o. toner, A.D. IMS
SHIRLEY Wooi.F
K \ihur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33140
VI Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
i day of October, A.D. 1D67.
BHIRLEY WOOI.F
Attorney For Estate
B K-i Arthur (lodfrey Road
Miami Heach, Florida
3/29 4/5-12-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS >i Klir.f.i UlvEN tha
the underslgnod, desiring to engagi
in business under the flctltioui
of ATjBRT PEST CONTROL, INC. a
4ti0 S.V\ "Mh Avenue. Miami. Florid:
intend> to reglstei said n rrs '
the Cler of the Jlrcull Court 1
, ,,. v Florida
VI,EH I I3ST CONTROL, '
|y SAMPEI. m >SS Pr. Id. I
. iSBNTHAD, Secretary
INI IIM
1
N'TKOL. INC
S/2J 1. 12-1
egister said name
.,.,............1 ih. Cli up 1 'ourt <.f
I lad. 'ounty, Florida
ii VRRV KOPUN
SUSAN i:i.s,'N
Petii I >.rs
IIF.I.V VN ANI. I'KAR .
By: l."u,> Heiman
At torn, v.s 1 for Pttil 1 Hi Tt
1/22-29 4 5-12
NOTICE NDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKIUSB1 t'.IVBN that
thu undersigned, de-iring to nyage in
busin. m under the fictitious -,mc of
TARA CRBATIONH at 10336 S.W.
200th Street, Miami, Klor.da 33161
Intend lo register said name wl'h the
Clerk of the '"ir.-uit Court ol Dads
Coui Florida
JEAN DIOH
and
MARLBNE M, HOTt 'I I
dba Tan 1 'reatlons
10336 S \\ 200th Sir.
Miami. FI01 Ida 33167
MIW MARVIN I. WIBNBR, K-'..'
A1 torney for
11|. ., d Mat 1 pp
. nsley Bldg.
Miami, Florida
22-29 4/5-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
.NVTICK is HERKiiY OIVEN thai
ihe undersigned, ileBlrlag to engagi
In business under ihe fictitious nam,
of NAPPY'S PIZZA PARLOR AND
FAMIDY PI" I' al lUtG '' Street,
North .Miami Beach, Florida intends
t., register said name with the Clerk
,,f th. circuit Court of Da.le County,
Florida
8 M S ENTERPRISES, INC., a
Florida Corporation
Sole Iwner
PAII, KWTTNEY of
Sll.\ ERSTEIN, KWITNBY and
.;. II'DISS
1 Attorneys for
S M S ENTERPRISES, INC.
! 4^1. Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
:; 29 I 5-12-19
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 78495-A
in RE: Estate of
MINNIE PASTBRNAI "K
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ims or Deraandfi Againsl SuUl
Ei Late
1 are herebs notified nd requlr-
, -i to present any
. til. you may h t> ; th.
: UNNIE PASTBRNACK. de-
le of Dade C.
l. thi Counts Judges of D
and fill the same in dupll. al. and
.1 ; id. d In S. 16, I'lorid.i
Statutes, In 1 sin tie Count}
< 'our' I "ic Drill Cou IJ Fl irlda
within six calendar monthf from thi
1 the first public nl I. a hi n of, or
ll 1 name will hi arn d
I lat.-d al Minn F rl la, 'his 22
da) 1 I Man h, AD '
LEONARD El 'WARD ABEL
MCRUA V VVOSKI l\V
A Executor*
! publication of this notice "n
the 29th day of Man h, 1968,
1.1:. >\.\ HD BDVVA KD .\ BEL
,.\ mrney for I '1 Ex. utors
420 Lincoln Road
.Miami Beach, Florida
3 ::. 4 ".-12-19
IN THE COUNTV .'L'DGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO 78448
In RE: F.state of
WILLIAM PBR1.BBRO
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor- <' Vll Pi n Hav-
ing Claims or Denial ds Againsl Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present : I) laima a"d o riand-
which vou maj ha 1 against the
estate of WILLIAM PERLBER1 de-
ceased late of I'...! County, Florida,
to the County Judg* Hade .'ounty,
and file the -. n.....lupllcate and as
provided in lloi 733.16, Florida
Statutes, hi Iheli offl ei In th. County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within six < .,! ndar months from the
. of th firs! pul II. atlon hereof,
, the s.-ip., Ill barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, tills 22
day of March V.D
FANNY PERLBERO
As Bxeoutm
. pul ihis itlce on
th. 29th d. ol Mai I 9C.
FHIKHM N a BIN
Attorn. : Executrix
4J" Lie I
"
. I -.-12-19
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATEt
No. 78420-A
In RE 1:
.Vis >LPH IP 'Rl iVITZ
1 a-*i*s All. .I.I'll HORVITZ
VDOI.PH III Uil iVITZ
D. 1 .-as. d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Personi Hav-
ing claims or Demandi Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to presenl an) claims and demand'.
which vou may have against tho
estate of ADOI.PH HOItoVIT/. a k ..
AIMU.PM HORVITZ deceased lati f
Hade County, Florida, to the County
Judges of Dade County, and file tho
same in duplicate and as provided In
Bee ll. 133.16, Florida Statut. s, In
Ihelr offiee. In the Count] Courthouse
in lad< County, Florida, within si\
calendar months from thi lime of
the flrsl publication hereof, or the
nrred.
Dated al Miami. Florida, this U-'.'ll
dal ill March, A.D 196s
IIKKMINA II......VITZ
.11 1SBPH HARVEST
Ah Ex. uton
Fh ml 1 n of this noli. on
y ,,f March, 191 8.
II ENRY N"i iRTI >N
Attorney for Exe. ul 1 -
, BiKcayni Building
Miami, Florida ^ ^ ]g
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78146
Sn RE: Estate of
I JULIET IIARTMAN Hl'RK
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I To All Creditors and Ml Pe
limr claims or Demandi Against Ba '
Estate:
Vou an- hereby notified and -
I 10 pr--, tit ..' l.of.s ., I '
I which you maj have
esial.....' Jl'LIKT IIART.V '^
d. ed lati '- ide I 'our P U
to the Count) .': : ',,r '
and file the lu 'Ii. ind as
provided in S a 733 It
Statutes, in their ffioei the County
Courthouse In Dadi Cou
Ithln si\ calendar month
I time of the Hrsl lublloa on hereof
[or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 26th
I day of March. All 19*8
e/MORRIS S. HtlKK
As Executor
First publication of this ,,,>
.the 29th day of March, 1931
HAROLD 7.INN
' ttomey for
ORRIS S HHRK
19 Dade Federal Huildlng
1/29 4/5-I2-I*
11.\
AH
H"
.1,9
IN THE C ,'UNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND F01 DADE COUNTY.
FLORIOA. IN PROBATE
No. 78309-C
In 1:1:
SA 1,1.1 r MA N
NOI ICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cn dlt. rs and Ml Persons Hav
Ing 1 'li Ims or 1 lei lands Vguiusi ~ tid
Vou are herel nol : led antl re.
to present an) claln Id. maml.-
which u may havi ttgnlnsl the
SVI.I .'. QUTTM V.\ dei eased
late 1 I 1 id. County. Florida ,1
1,, ." 1. .a,- .' unl >. and
file the same it. duplicate and as
. ,.........;. i... Florida
i,,.,,- .'.,,- in the County ,
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida. I
H ,,,n ., calendar months from the I
time of the first publication h,r. of.
or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this ,th
day of March. A IV 1963
TOHA lil'TTMAN Ql Al.
As Administratrix
First pul.Iication of this notice on
the P.th day "f March. IMS
ARONOV1TZ AND SILVER
Attorneys for Administratrix
607 Alnsley lluilding
Miami, Florida 331112 >n
IN THI COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78191 -B
in UK: Estate of
JBNNIB SHAI.ETT,
in-reisell
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
'' .
You are h r-Uy notified and requir-
ed to prase ii any claims and demands
gyhich you iiiiiv have against the
estate of lENNIE 8HALBTT, deceas-
ed la.....I D ide P nt) Florida, to
the County Judg. Dade C ui I
and file the same in dupll atl
provided In Section 7 13 l>',.
Statutes, m their offices in the Coui tj
Courthouse In Dade Count) >'
within sis calendar months from the
time of me first publl atloi .1
ime will be barred
Dated at Mlxml, Plorldi this 7 ii
day of y
vbra icoBKOvrrz
publication of ,l- notl. on
the 15 day of March. 198*.
C.OI.DMAN. i:OU>STETN A:
PACZIBR
Atton ajrs for Executrix
2*01 w Flagler Street
Miajtii. Florida
3 I-.-2S-29 4 '.
IN THE COUNTY JLDGE'SCOURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 73003 C
IN RE .
li KI I -" '
i 1. ,1
NOI'CE OF INTENT 'ON TO "1AKE
APPLICATION fun DISTKI60T ION
AND FINAL D'SCKARGE
NOTICE is hi n b) | thai 1
lied my Final Rep. 1 1 '
bul il 1 '- -
Executoi ol ate of
: 1 si :ssma: .
1
to the unt)
I ,,,: I tin; } FI01 Ida, for
: I lal k.....11 id for
... h.trge as
f th.....of th.
edenl 1 his : 1 > of
> h, 196H
SOI. SUSSMA.N
ARTHI'R I. Mll.l.i:U
Vttot
a 17th Terrai
Miami, Florida
3/32-29 I 5-12
NTHE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 780'.8-B
In RE: Estate of
ETHELPANCOB
1 Ve' eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hay-
11 m Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed tr. present any .laims and demands
which you may have against the
estate of ETHEL PANCOB deceased
late of Oade County. Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the sam. in duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes. In their offices In the County
Courthouse in Da.lc County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof, or
the same will he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 18th
day of March, A. D. 1968.
ROBERTPANCOB
ADA ARHOTT
A.-- Administrators
de Bonts Non
First publl if this -e on
_ .... .f Mar >h I Ml
ABBOTT AND PR
Atton s for
4j I. dn Road
h, Flori 1 1
1 1 :
NO- CB UNOCR
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
NOT'CK IS k N thai
th. n lersts k1 desir to t
I, ,u--- '- us ime
,,i i:ll.l. 13701
\ w .: 1 1
intend- c- ud
Cl,r .. <
'ounty, Florida
W'M.I VM1 > S
HERBERT HBIK
I 1 ,1 .
ii,,' v nslej BuBdtng
Miami, Florida
1/tS-IS-M 4 -,
IN THE COl'I'Y .liDC.E S COURT
IN AND FOR C < DE COUNTV,
FLORiD* IN CBOEA-E
nc -ty.<-:
In Rl Estati f
P
i us. '
NOT ICETC C REDITORS
To All Credit I'1
laims or Dei gaii
Vou lifted and
. .1 !'. 1
1 hav.
el'
la< 1 1 id. I.'.
Coun '
1
I
'

or the sami rred
Dated it Miami li -
da\ of Mar. h
BUOEIS
\s Exe 'Utor
First publ I
thi 39th di 'i March .' -
BERNSTEIN A MILLER
Attorne) s fm i-> 1
1!) West Flnglei .-
Ml ll, Flol Ida
3/29 4
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIICUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-4636
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
CONRAD PICCIANO,
Plaintiff,
BARBARA A. PICCIANO.
Defendant.
TO: MRS. HARHARA A. PICCIANO
80 Boaraton street
Rochester. New York
You. HARHARA A. PICCIANO. are
hereby -notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce 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. DI'N.N AND
johnson, 416 Blscayne Building, 19
West Flagler Street, Miami. Florida
3:1130 and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of Ihe Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the 1st
day of May, 1968, If you fall to do so,
judgment by default will I"' taken
against you for the relief demanded
in Ihe Bill of Complaint
This notice shall he published
ea.ii weak for four conse. utive weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl/HtllHAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this lir.th day of March. A D.
1983
B P. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
( ircuit Court, Dude County. FI
By: C. P. COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
r. uit Court Seal)
iiunn and JOHNSON
4!C itianayne Building
Miami, Florida 33130
AMorneys for Plaintiff
CONRAD PICCIANO
3/29 4,'5-i:-lJ
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIOA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY
Civil Actiin No 6">-3?91
NOTICE OF SUIT
OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
EPNICE VV. BPRliKII
Plaii
vs
ItOHKRT \ Bl ItfiER,
I), fondant
IH, Robert \ ci i:.;i:i:
Itei id. lire I 'llkllOV I
Y. u Rl IBERT ', Bl RliEli are here-
by notified lhal 11 Bill of 1 'on
for Divorce has been filed against
you, and you are lo serve a cop) of
your Answer or Pleading to the Hill
,-i Complaint on the Putlntlfra At-
torney, Dl'NX and JOHNSON', 41
Blscayn. Building, 19 West Flagler
Street. Miami. Florida 33180, and
ihe "i iL'inal Answer or Pleading In
the office of ihe Clerk of the Clrcu '
Court on or I,, lore the .'tr.l day of
May, 19K8, If you fail to do so, iudg-
m, in b) default will be taken ngalnt
y,,u for th- relief demanded in the
Rill of Complaint.
This notice Shall be published once
each w.ek for four 1.....secutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PIXHtlDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, Ibis ::,lli day of March, 1968.
E. B. I.EATIIEUMAN
Clprk, 'ircuit 'otirl.
Dade County, Florida
By: MARQI'BRlTB KENT
Iieputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
DUNN and JOHNSON
4i: Blscayne Huildi*ng
Miami. Florida 33130
Attorneys for Plaintiff
3/29 4 T.-12-19
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-4680
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
M VX1NE MARIE COOKERI.Y,
Plaintiff
DANIEL RAT COOKBRLT,
Di-fi ndanl
TO: DANIEL RAY COOKBRL.Y
1 o 1 teneral Dellvi ry
R.dwo.,,1 City, r illfornln
v, ii, DANIEL IIA1 ......KERDY,
. -. hereby nollfled lhal a Bill of Cnm-
1 Ivor. b. en filed
n. 11 ml you are r. quired to
o| 'iii Vll r 01 I".. ;<<-
111; thi Bill of Compl the
Plaii 11 Itorney, (SRI IVBR CI-
MENT SSTE1N S ST VI'BER,
1.. Bend FIo-
Ihe Clerk
!'in uit Coui r b. 1 Ihe
VI ) I9 ou
uila..... I del all nlll l>. 1
a ,..- lit, r. lief ded
Bill ot Complaint.
nnic. shall !, publish, d ......
an ,n-, ii: ive w eeka
THE .1 EWI8H FI/IRID1 VN
DONE AND ORDERED at M
_' ih day of Mar, ll A D.
B 1: LEATHERMAN, CTerk
a 1 m I .,:. ic I %. Florida
ByC P COPBIjAND
l ., only Clerk
I uil .'.cm Si Bl) ^
SHERVV IN STAPBER, ES.
Attorn. \ for Plaintiff
S/ I -,-12-19
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No. 68-4711
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I.. iltOTHY ANN ORIBBBN.
Plaintiff
RICHARD RAYMOND ORIBBBN,
Defendant ,
TO: RICHARD RAYMOND ORIHItEN
731 River Mount Drive
Apartment 8C
Pittsburgh 7, Pennsylvania
V,u RICHARD RAYMOND ORIB-
BBN are hereby notified that a Com-
, plaint for Divorce has been filed
against lu, aid you are required to
serve .1 1 >f your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Complarnt for Divorce on
the Plaintiff's attorney. RONALD L.
DAVIS, ESQ II" Blscayne Bulldlng-
10 W Flagler Street, Miami. Florida
--am. and fill tho
original Answer or Pleading In tho
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court
on or rd day of May, 1981
if y,,u fa Judgment by de-
fault will '. taki '
the relief demanded in the Complaint
for Dlvor
THIS NOTICE shall I" pul
..... I a- 11 -' -utive
THE IFU ISH FLORIDIAM.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
laj ol March, 1988.
f. li. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: MARGUERITE KENT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
3/29 4/5-12-19



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