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The Jewish Floridian
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Began in 1927?
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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'Jewish Flaridiaii
j'urr.e 41 Number 16
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida, Fridcy, April 19, 1968
Two Sections Price 20c
Jewish Groups Urge Crash Poverty Program
NEW YORK (WNS) A call for
comprehensive Federal program
i "banish inequality, injustice and
poverty" from the land was sound-
td litre by the National Communi-
ty Relations Advisory Council in a
Resolution which said that its nine
affiliated major national Jewish
tgencies and their members were
arepared "willingiy to assume
whatever share" of the economic
costs the program may entail.
Adopted by the NCRAC execu-
tive committee and transmitted to
President Johnson, the resolution
pointed out that this country "has
the resources to provide all our
people with the essentials of a de-
cent, dignified human life, while
meeting our obligations abroad."
. Failure to use those resources, the
I resolution continued, "is as im-
| moral as it is indefensible," since
! "there can be no higher priority
,for the nation."
The proposed program, which the
i council urged on President John-
; son and the Congress, calls for de-
j cent jobs for all who are or who
can be made employable, incomes
sufficient to provide all others with
the essentials for civilized living,
decent housing, medical care for
all. education to the limits of each
person's capacity and elimination
of all forms of discrimination and
segregation from the American
pattern of life.
The urgency of decisive action
now, the resolution went on, has
State Dept.
fas Faith In
ing Hussein
WASHINGTON (WNS) The
- at Department, in reply to a
about the government de-
to supply Jordan with U.S.
was revealed to have as-
e I there was "every reason to
re" that King Hussein ol Jor-
| "is sincere in his determina-
n to control terrorism" against
llsrael.
The State Department's expres-
on of belief in the sincerity of
IKiiig Hussein's commitment came
hgainsi a background of reports
If om Amman, and statements by
(Jordanian representatives at tb.e
(recent session of the United Na-
Itions Security Council, that Jordan
Icannot and will not stop private
|citizens from their patriotic effort
|o reclaim the lost territory.
In recent weeks neither King
lussein nor members of his gov-
ernment tried to conceal the fact
lhat the Jordan-based terrorists
ten operating under official um-
brella.
The State Department's views
ere disclosed in a letter from
ssistaht Secretary of State Wil-
am B. MaeComber. Jr.. to Rep.
tichard s. Schweiker, of Pennsyl-
vania. The Pennsylvania Republi-
can, a member of the House Arm-
ed Services Committee, had writ-
t< n to the State Department inquir-
ing the reason for the decision to
ive arms to Jordan and asking
r a list of the arms approved.
Also in Washington, the Repub-
lan Rouse Coordinating Commit
' has urged that Israel be sup-
ith supersonic military jets
> way of offsetting the latest jets
' were being provided by the
et Union to the Arab coun-
I es. The statement said that, m
(he absence of any big power
I ireement to limit arms shipments
o the Middle East, Israel was
-hiiiilly entitled to American
irms "to maintain the balance of
ower and to serve as a deterrent
lo renewed open warfare."
been tragically accentuated by the
death of Dr. Martin Luther King
and the wave of emotion it gen-
erated throughout the country.
Although Hie council announced
its move this week. Hie resolution
and the basic proposals were in
preparatory stag* at least two
Continued on Page 2-A
ISRAEL CHANGES STRATEGY
New Tactic
Fights Terror
In a new technique adopted by Israel as a countc-rmeasure
to El Fatah terrorism, Israeli paratroopers and commando
units are flown across the border in "hot pursuit" of the
terrorists. The pa'ctrocp^ri arc shown p-eo3rina to aPciTk
a terrorist encampment where they later blew up a house
and killed several members cf the El Fatah nanq.
Soviet Bloc Troubles
Affect Plight of Jews
NEW YORK (JTAj A sym-
posium sponsored here recently by
the American Jewish Conference
on Soviet Jewry was told that the
political unrest in the Soviet bloc
would probably harden Soviet re
Sistance to demands lor ameliora-
tion of the suppression of Russian
Jewish cultural and religious life.
Some 300 leaders, representing
25 major American Jewish organi-
zations, attended the biennial.
Delegates from Greater Miami
included Dr. Leon Kronish, spir-
itual leader of Temple Beth Sho-
lom, Miami Beach; Joseph Yanich,
Southeast Regional director of the
American Jewish Congress; and
Mrs. Larry Friedman, represent-
ing the American Jewish Com-
mittee.
Among those from the Miami
area who attended a youth work-
shop al the conference were Bruce
Singer and Mona Reis, of the Unit-
ed Synagogue Youth groups at i
Temple Emanu-El and Beth Torah.
respectively.
The symposium was addressed
by Prol Erich Goidhagen, director
.1 the Institute ol East European
Jewry at Brandeis University;
Maurice Freidberg, director of the
Russian Research ('enter at Indi-
ana University: and Abraham
Brumberg, editor oi "Problems ol
Communism."
Prof. Goldhagen said, "The So-
viets fear that the disruptive forces
coursing through Eastern Europe !
mighl penetrate into their domain.
ihis climate ol political vigilance
and anxiety," he said, "is inhospit-
able to the demands that Jewish
cultural institutions be recon-
structed, because in the eyes of the I
Continued on Page 11-A
TEL AVIV (JTA) The Chief ol
Stall ol Israel's armed forces indi-
I here this week that I
may employ special "counter-
terrorist" measures to combat the
incursions of Arab marauders
aaainst its territory.
Addressing the nation over Kol
Israel Radio. Maj. Gen. Chaim
Bar-Lev said. "Israel has other
means in its possession to fight El
Fatah besides the conventional
methods used hitherto."'
He warned, however, that the
struggle against terrorists and
saboteurs will not be easy and
that counter-terrorist methods do
not offer "a magic formula to
solve the problem."
(Jen. Bar-Lev spoke of using
minefields and electrified fences to
stop the infiltration by marauders.
Mines and fences are reported to
be already in place along some
stretches of the Israel-Jordan de-
marcation line.
Amman asserted that three Jor-
danian soldiers had been killed
when their vehicle struck a mine
said to have been laid by Israelis
on Jordanian territory south of the
Dead Sea.
The question of combating ter-
rorism with the same methods
used by terrorists has been de-
bated in the Cabinet and among
Israeli publ'c. li has apparent-
Is found increasing favor since
'hi large-s ale military operation
a ainsl Arab terrorist bases in
' irdanon March 21 which had only
I mited success and resulted in a
censure of Israel by the U.N. Se-
curity Council.
Labor Minister Yigal Allon told
a Labor Party meeting in Haifa
that Israel cannot consider a re-
turn to the old armistice borders
that existed before last June's war.
Gen. Allon said that the Arabs are
; incapable of waging conventional
,war against Israel and that ter-
rorist activities remain their only
weapon. Israel has no alternative
but to fight it, even if it means
crossin.-j the border, he declared.
Referring to the political conse-
quences of such a policy, particu-
larly as they might affect King
Hussein of Jordan, the Labor Min-
ister said Israel has no special
interest in bringing about Hus-
sein's downfall, but when security
i 's involved, "nothing can prevent
ii- from doing what we think is es-
sential even if it endangers Hus-
sein's throne."
(El Fatah saboteurs and terror-
- "in many ways now call the
tune in the Middle Fast crisis''
Continued en Page 11-A
Setter At Soviet I/Q
Is Call For Freedom
NEW YORK (JTA) A tradi-
tional seller, the least celebrating
the liberation ol Israelites from
siavi ry in Egypt, 4.000 years ago,
was held on a sidewalk in mid-
Manhattan in a symbolic demand
SUCCEEDS RABBI KRONISH
Albert Named New Bond Chairman
JAMES ill. AIBIKT
James M Albert, prominent Mi-
ami business and civic leader, has
been named chairman of the
Greater Miami Israel Bond Or-
ganization, to succeed Rabbi I.eon
Kronish who has served in the
nosl for the past three years.
Mr. Albert, who has served on
the executive board of the Israel
Bond Organization since 1861, will
officially assume hii role as Israel
Bond chairman at the communal
Independence Day dinner celebrat-
ing Israel's twentieth anniversary
, on May
I Hotel.
2 at the Fontainebleau
A long-time resident of Greater
Miami and a leading south Florida
builder. Mr. Albert is a past presi-
dent of Temple Beth Sholom and
1 lias been prominently identified
| with the leadership of the Reform
j movement for many years. He is
a past president of the south Flor-
ida Federation of the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations
: and is a member of the national
Board of Trustees of the UAHC.
In 1962 he was the recipient of
the State of Israel Service Award
in recognition of his outstanding
role of leadership on behalf of
Israel.
Mr. Albert is a past president of
i the Florida Home Builder's Asso-
Ciation and of the Builder's Associ-
ation ol South Florida. He i- .in
Honorars Lite National Director of
I the National Association of Home
1 Builders,
He has held high office in many
Continued on Page 10-A
For freedom for Soviet .lews to
pi actice their faith and lead a cul-
tural life according to their tenets
' ul official repression.
The seder, for which a police
permit was obtained, was held near
the building occupied by the Soviet
:> to the United Nations.
Organized bj the New York Jew-
ish ('immunity Relations Council
Coordinating Committee for Soviet
Jewry, it was a Mended by 40 presi.
dents and officers of major Jewish
organizations in the New York
metropolitan area.
The seder was conducted by
Rabbi Jacob Goldberg of the Fort
Tryon Jewish (enter, chairman of
the Committee. He said, "Through
! tins public seder, performed freely
an.I proudly on the streets of New
York before the Soviet Mission
: u Iding, the three million Jews of
New York appeal to the makers of
Russian policy let the Jews in
Russia express their Jewishness
freely, let then: have their books
and cultural institutions, let them
Continued on Page 10-A


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mssell is Chairman of CJA Event
toberl Russell. Miami business
communal leadej. has been
id chairman of the 30th an-
il meeting and dinner of the
eater Miami Jewish Federation,
lull has been scheduled for May
ill tin Deauville Hotel.
Mi Ri -sell's acceptance was an-
\Heavy Toll
Jfits Jews In
\ecent Riots
l\\ \.- INGTON (WNS) The
(break of rioting following the
feassination Of Dr. Martin Luther
|nu. .1 is believed by Jewish
rce to have brought many Jew-
essmen in the stricken
ties the brink of economic
lin.
[Although anti-Semitic motiva-
)ii wai completely lacking in the
uro outbreaks in the cities of
linerii. Jews were hit the hard- ;
St became of the fact that they
re conducting business in the
fry hearts of the Negro ghettos.
I'hat happens to the Jewish owned
|orei ir.at have been looted here.
Chicago, Detroit. Kansas City.
lewarl and in a score of other
(ties of rioting is now problemati-
lal. tin e there is no complete esti-
liiie ol 'he extent of the damage
Some Jewish merchants said
ley would reopen their stores and
lontinue business, particularly if a
iv 11' ..(I be found to have them
mi red against future losses. Oth-
s said they would rather go out
ii business than face another out-
break of rioting.
Many Jewish storekeepers told
kewsmen they were especially dis-
turbed since it was common knowi-
ng* in the areas they operated in
iiut Umj were employing a high
iroportion of Negroes who would
^ow be unemployed.
Full detail! of the extent of clam-
Re to Jewish merchants will not
e available to central agencies
mlil tii< local groups send in re-
ports, which may take weeks.
nounced by Leon Kaplan, presi-
dent of the Federation, which was
established in 1938 as the central
planning and fund raising organi-
zation for the Jewish community
oi Dade County.
Currently associate chairman of
the Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Emergency Fund joint campaign,
Mr. Russell served last year as
vice chairman of the highly suc-
cessful IEF drive mounted within
hours of the outbreak of the Six-
Day War
President and chairman of the
board of Russell Aluminum Corp..
he is a trustee of Cedars of Leba-
non Hospital and of Temple Israel
ol dealer Miami. Mr. Russell
serves as a member of the execu
live committee of the Federation,
and in 1!)6'7 was cochairman of the
key Trades and Professions divi-
sion of the CJA.
Active in the United Fund and in
the Miami-Dade and Hialeah-
Miami Springs Chambers of Com- I
merce. Mr. Russell was awarded |
the 1961 Certificate of Merit of \
Federation, the 1962 Leadership
Award of the CJA. and has been
recognized by numerous other
philanthropic organizations for his
communal leadership.
Emphasis at the annual meeting
and dinner will be on celebration
and relaxation. Mr. Russell stated
in accepting his position.
"We hope to be in the final
stages of this year's CJA-IEF cam-
paign by May 16. and I call on
ROBERT Rt/SSEU
every volunteer worker to cover
his cards and complete all assign-
ments in the next few weeks so
that our 30th annual meeting can
be a true victory dinner." Mr.
Kaplan said.
Hundreds of CJA-IEF worker
pressed their joint drive this week,
with latest figures showing the
campaign past the $1,250,000 mark
towards a CJA goal of $1,991,200
and with IEF donations approach
ing the $660,000 mark.
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Friday. April 19. 1968
21 NISAN
Volume 41
Number 16
A Historic Struggle
For Spiritual Survival
A quarter of a century has now
passed since that decisive sprinq in
Poland when a beleaquered remnant
o: the systematic Nazi annihiliation
o: Polish Jewry succeeded in writ-
r.:g one of the most memorable
c.-.apters in the history of our people.
Durinq the cominq week, Jews
l-youqhout the world will mark the
25th anniversary of the Warsaw
Gnetto uprisinq.
The past 25 years have been an
eventful period in our history, but
v.ith all our preoccupations, diffi-
culties, joys, sorrows and achieve-
ments, we have manaqed to pause
in each one of those years to pay
tribute to the couraqe, spirit and
sacrifices of those who resisted
cgainsi the unbelievable odds of
the Nazi war machine.
The story of their bravery in
those crucial weeks of 1943 is by
r.ow a familiar one.
Ratner than submit to death at
the hands of the Nazis, the Jews of
the Warsaw Ghetto set out to make
en example of their very lives. An
example that would remind the Nazis that
systematic murder would be achieved only at
the cost of their own lives.
Those who carried out the Ghetto revolt
c.so sought to focus the attention of the world
en the shocking events that had been allowed
to pass with little protest from world opinion.
Aside from these broader motivations, the
various accounts of the revolt also indicate a
strong drive for survival. But it was certainly
not raw physical survival that was the domi-
nating motivation of the Ghetto heroes.
Our greatest debt to the Jews of the War-
saw Ghetto was their overridina concern for
the spiritual survival of the Jewish people.
This concern did not arise with the decision
to fight back. It was evident durina the entire
period of the Nazi occupation and it succeeded
in making the subsequent revolt a meaningful
event tor all time.
The heroism then, was not restricted to
the actual battles with the Nazi hordes. It was
reflected in the means used bv the a'letto
leadershio in caring for and feedino the h-!o-
less; in :he school classes and veshiva" con-
ducted in secret for the th-Jus'?pr'<: of chiM-en
classes that renvnded the children of tHojr
heritage and nave them the faith to carry on
in the face of despair.
The heroism was reflected in the hundreds
of synagogues that were organized under the
very noses of the Gestcor in the culb'ral
programs that served to unite a Deoole facing
death with each new day; the illeaal libraries,
choral grouos and even theatrical perfor-
mances: the books and periodicals that meant
the difference between extinction and the life
of a people.
It was the achievement of this spiritual
survival that projected the grim events of the
spring of 1943 into our lives today.
Few nations in the world com produce a
record of resistance and heroism as did the
Jews under Nazi Europe and i: ia clear that the
full extent of their bravery has not yet been
brought to light.
The Prelude To Israel
It is a basic truth in history that every
generation owes its existence to the qeneration
that preceded it.
In this sense, the areatest achievement of
Jewish heroism cgainst Nazi ODorescioi as
the spirit and ooort-initv 'hat it orovided for
the establishment of the State of Israel a few
short years later.
It is particularly significant this year, there-
fore that the commemoration of the Warsaw
Ghetto uprising is followed less than two weeks
later by the celebration of Israel's 20th anni-
versary.
Many of those who secured Israel's inde-1
pendence in 1948 were the actual survivors of;
the Nazi holocaust and even those who were'
net, had inherited the spirit and courage of,
Jewish resistance. Israel's War of Liberation;
and even the Six Day War were in fact, sequel's
of the bravery that began in the narrow streets
of Warsaw, Vilna, Bialystok and other familiar'
names.
There can be, after all, no isolated phenom-
enon in the life of a nation and no generation'
can be ignored in the writina of history.
All manifestations cf heroism stem from the
same root and the sons and dauqhters of bras1
who shed their b'ocd at Latrun and en
Gclan Heights in Svria icck their cDurc-re from
the Jew* who resolved that Aus-hwitz and
Dachau would never parpen aaain.
The terrible exnrienre of the Dttst has
served to -unite the Jewish oroole and ha- be-
come a source of strength to individual Je
the world over.
Although the struggle cf the Warsaw Ghetto
was for physical survival, it meant the spiritual
existence of the Jewish pec pie down to our
own dcy.

A New Battle Begins
This year's commemoration of the Warsaw
Gnetto uprisings he; another special meaninq
for the Jews of Poland today.
In the course of a campaign cf revived cnt:-
Semitism initiated bv the Polish authorities
',, e sought to rcwri:e th~ hi8tory cf the
1943 revolt m a callous effort to downqi
the meaning end significance of the aqony of
Jewish resistance.
Inchoos.ng ft s method jfc
struagle against Polish ]:-:
use aoxuW'asa set:, .,
difficulties, the Pol^ have .- ,;-,, ,
same techniques the Nnzis used 25 v=ars aqo
This was not the first time 'ha- the Pale
have a.tied themselves in soirit aid deed
the Nazis and th-ir transparent efforts will I
su-ceed.
In a world that has todct" hopefully become'
fhTe9nPnnTre ser,Ti!iv= lo cve^ oorression
the 20.000 Jews remaining fa Poland must i
emulate the couraqe of their fathers.
Fac-d with firm resistance o- the n-~t *
Poish Jewry the opo^essors of todav will have
httle choice but to abandon this latest attemot
Ol oppression.
JMatKr of JOSEPH ALSOP
ALSOP
The Old Crocodile'
Hl'E-PHUBAI. South Vietnam
In the wholly new circumstances
created by President Johnson's
memorable and superb act of
self-abnegation, a short memo-
randum for his chief peace nego-
tiator. W. Averell Harriman. may
perhaps be in order. It follows:
Dear Governor:
In the first month of the gold-
en Kennedy years I had to tell
one of the impatient new young
men. who did not remember the
heroic past, that you were a bit
like an old crocodile I explained
that you were quiescent-looking.
even somnolent-seeming until the
dictates of common sense or the
great interests of the United
States were attackedwhereupon
the great jaws opened, and an-
other fool found that he was fig-
uratively missing a leg.
Remarkable Qualities
Mac Bundy liked and popular-
ized the nickname, and I am
afraid it stucK. And if Hanoi re-
sponds to the President's invita-
tion to send someone to talk
peace with you. the remarkable
qualities of "The Old Crocodile
will oe more than ever needed.
It should not be necessary to
remind you of what you once
said President Kennedy told you
concerning Laosthat any kind
of patchup would do there for the
time being, since Vietnam was
the main theater, and the future
of Laos and ot all Asia would be
settled by the outcome of the
struggle in Vietnam.
That outcome cannot be anoth-
er paichup, however, unless you
wish the sacrifices of hundreds
o. thousands of young Americans
to turn to dust and ashes in your
hand
There is no question, either, of
"winning" or "losing" in Viet-
nam .' have never sougnl any-
inc. d finable as victory" over
North Vietnamese. Ue have
n i* desired their subjugation, nor
- igbt to change their ruthless
and dogmatic government, nor
invade their territory.
We have merelj mght to halt
their inva ion ot their neighbor
to the south, as they wholly false-
ly promised to halt their in\as:on
of Laos in the agreement that
they signed with you.
New Freedom
In this respect, the magnifi-
cent patriotism and disinterested-
ness the President has displaye :
... you wonderful freedom of
iver. V. u do not need to
worry about your chiefs elec-
il prospect- and I have just
heard lrom home that you had
decid i to stick with him despite
r attachment to Sea, Hubert
edj .
: do not need to accept fa] e
ne .>.... ng currency because it
'n o to look like the real
-t the convention or for a
while thereafter. You do not need
to heed the counsel of the defeat-
it any-price crowd who will urge
you to believe in promises that
will never be kept Above all. you
do not need to tolerate the end-
--> reiterated North Vietnam
ese program of fighting while ne-
gotiating.
If we accept fighting while ne-
gotiating, it will be 10 times. N
times worse than it was in Korea
and there we suffered more than
90.000 casualties after the talks
began. But there, at least, we did
not lose the war. whereas here
acceptance of anything of that
sort will lead to sure defeat 1)6
cause of the war's infinitely more
complex and interpenetrating pit.
tern which lends itself >., perfect-
ly to Communist treachery.
Clear Issue
The issue here is crystal clear.
It the North Vietnamese go home.
bag and baggage, and if they
cease to support domestic sub-
version in South Viet nan
sacrifices will turn out to be
worthwhile.
They can take home v ith then
those of the Viet Cong who have
stained their hands with murder
any thev are many jm uj
others who may wish to ,o The
people of South Vietnam will the:
be quite capable of settling their
own affairs, and since the) are a
hrave and intelligent people,
with an immensely rich country,
they should have a won >rfu!!y
prosperous future.
In weighing this issue, there
are two things to bear in mind:
First, sickness in our e >ur,try
in which it is th.iught wonderful-
Iv laughable to deny that Ameri-
can force- in the field haw suf-
fered heavy defeat. In certain
circles, in Washington and New
York particularly, the notion of
American success is thought
downright ludicrous. One maybe
certain that this singular view is
not shared bv average Ameri-
cans.
I"t a- bear in mind that if
Hanoi had believed its men could
win the prior war of attrition.the
war of attrition would ha'
tinued And if any Amerii gen-
eral Tied anything like I
investing com]
r 'sources, suffering camparible
: ises and failing to attain all his
stated objectives, h woul
".!-' relieved lie w :
lynched.
Bombing Effects
Second, please bear in mind
that anr.o-t all Washington dis-
- of the norther-
..- !'ith illogical and Ill-informed-
The plain facts are that Hanoi's
greatest deficiency is manpower,
and the bombing has been tyW
up something like 800,000 men in
the tasks of air defense, transport
and general repair.
The great danger is that Hanoi
will take advantage of a I >mbing
pause to pour much of this hug*
and last-remaining manpower
poo! into the southern wi
Before the President act. I the
war was already a: its c mM
h self abnegation has untied
your hands, and. above all. it has
untied his hands. Speakins for
him. therefore, you can say. Take
it or leave if with high confi-
dence. And if they do not take it.
we can go in to win.
Good luck from an old friend-
Owmrrtgkt isfft, tiif WMhlnftg
Po Ok Distributed by Lo Ang*
Times Syndicate.


Friday, April 19. 1968
-Jewisti fkridHain
Pace 5-A
Academy to Dedicate
Merwitzer Building
Dedication certftnocic-s will be
held a! 11 a.m. Sunday far the new
I.otu. and" Ke&eeca Meewitzer Ad-
ministration Building of the He-
brew Academy. The ceremonies
will take place under the pel;
the new building at the Academy,
LOUIS MIKWITZtR
German Official
Admits Sentences
Are Too 'Lenient'
BONN' (JTA)Twenty thousand
investigations of suspected Nazi
activities arc still pcndini* in Ger-
many the Minister of Justice in
North Rhine-Westphalia, Dr. .lo-
se ph Neuberger, told a group of
German judses th>s week.
Dr. Nei'Verper revealed that up
to Jan. 1. 1967. 6.179 persons had
been found guilty by the courts
and 47.000 others were eilher ac-
quitted or had died.
Of those found guilty prior to
1949. 12 were sentenced to death.
Vp to January 1967. 85 others
were sentenced to life imprison-
ment and 5.957 were given lesser
prison terms. The death sentence
was abolished in Germany in 1949.
The minister said there was no
denying that lenient sentences had
been imposed in a number of
Nazi trials and sa:d that the rea-
sons advanced for these easy sen-
tences were unacceptable.
INFORMING on a fellow Jew to
secular authorities was considered
one of the vilest transgressions in
periods of exilic repressions.
FOR A FULL TIME
& EXPERIENCED
Pioneer
Women To Mark
Ghetto Observance
The Farband Labor Zionist Or-
ganization and Pioneer Women
! will jointly sponsor a commemora-
ition meeting marking the 25th an-
niversary of the Warsaw Ghetto
uprising at 7 p.m. Monday at the
Di Lido Hotel.
Guest speakers at the meeting
will be Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz.
spiritual leader of Temple Meno-
rah: Prof Jack Aaron, and Mrs.
Harriet Green, president of the
Pioneer Women's Council.
Joseph P. Zuckerman, president
of the Lebediker Branch, will serve
as chairman of the event.
The program will include the
lighting of six candles for the six-
million martyrs who perished in
the Nazi holocaust, the chanting
of the traditional El Mole Raha-
mim memorial prayers by Cantor
Mordechai Yardeini. Cantor Saul
Barondes will present a selection
of ghetto songs with music by Is-
raeli composer Shmuel Fershko.
Selections of poetry will be re-
cited by Sam Neshkin and Pessie
Pomeranc-Honigbaum.
The coordinating committee for
the event includes Mrs. Green,
Morris Honigbaum. president of
the Bialik Branch: Abraham Filo-
sof. president of the Ben-Gurion
Branch: Samuel Galfond of the
David Bliss Branch and Israel
Finkel and Sender Wolson.
,2400 Pine Tree Dr.. Miami Beach, i
In addition to Mr. Merwitzer. '
those attending, will include the '
Merwitzer children of Miami
Beach, and Mrs. Isidore Abrams
oi Pi
Mr, -Merwitzer. a resident of I
Miami Beach for 29 years and a :
member of the Academy's pre- .
sidium, has served as president of]
the Hebrew Day School for seven !
wars and has been chairman of
the Academy's building fund cam- i
paign. Active on behalf of the '
Combined Jewish Appeal. Israel
Bends, the Jewish National Fund
and the Greater Miami Free Loan <
i Society, he has also served as I
i treasurer of Beth Tfilah Congrega- !
tion.
, The Mesivta of Greater Miami '
bear the name Louis Merwitzer
High School.
The late Mrs. Merwitzer was a '
, life member of the Hebrew Acad-
I emy Women, an Academy trustee
j and was active in Beth Tfilah on-
; sregation. Hadassah and Mizrachi
; Women.
Leonard Rosen is chairman of
the dedication ceremonies. Among
those serving on the committee
are: Jacob Rifkin. Harry Genet.
B. I. Binder. Charles Kalb, George
Kimmel, Sam Reinhard, Oscar
Mamber, Oscar Schapiro, Joseph
Cohen. Irving Firtel, Irwin Chris-
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EDWARD COHEN

Military Chaplaincy
The divisive effect of the Viet
Nam war on o.t nation is beine
Illustrated in a minor but dra-
mntic manner bv the ferment
wilhin our rabbinical organi/a
tions over the military chap
laincy.
Iloth Orthodox and Conserva-
tive sources already have taken
po-itions of non-support of an
agreement whereby newly or-
d.iined seminar) graduates would
make themselves available for
military duty prior to assuming;
pulpit-. And the Central Confer-
ence of American Rabbis, the Re-
form organization, which does not
meet until .lure, is certain to
have the issile before it
If only in -elf-protection or.
more accurately, to give its
young rabbis equality of oppor
' ': will have to
to the problem.
While the Yeshiva University
lOX) and the
Ji i h 'I'!' fical Seminary
i Tvativi nlj recentlj have
made public their new course, it
has been no secret thai for a
ler in years no the over-
whelming maioTlty of Jewish
chaplain vacancies have been
filled by Her rm graduates
The result has been quiet con-
flict and resentment of the avoid-
ance of "doty" by the others
among the jflMMifl Reform rab-
binate who. no doubt, are pleased
thai now the issue will be joined
jflirectly.
It is one of the ironies of the
situation that opposition to United
States involvement m Viet Nam
ha- been particularly sharp in
Reform Judaism, among both
the clergy and laity, while Or-
thodox and Conservative leader-
ship has ranged from openlj
hawkish to mild dovish.
But it is apparent that the hos-
tility of the-student bodies to Viet
Nam, and their demands for the
right of selective conscientious
objection, are having an effect
on the more traditional bodies
which have SOUgttl to avoid in-
volvement in issues which bring
them into conflict with govern-
ment policy.
Below the surface of the pres-
ent issue of military chaplaincy
service would seem to be the long-
standing question of the role of
the American rabbi in a modern
society.
The Reform rabbinate has
viewed that rule as being more
than a teacher and spiritual lead-
er, extending their functions to
being pastors, counselors, spokes-
men for the Jewish community
and activists in the social Strug-
gles of the day.
While this is somewhat true of
many Conservative rabbis, many
arc not comfortable in this new
role and are more inclined to
agree with their Orthodox breth-
ren that their major function is
that of teacher and interpreter
of halachah.
In our own community, as in :
most others through the nation,
the differences are clear.
Thus, when it comes to the
question of young rabbis serving
for two years with the armed
forces, the Reform leadership
finds no ambivalence in opposing
the war, supporting those who
will not serve because of consci-
entious objection, and yet insist-
ing that their young graduates
ci .nmit themselves to that serv-
ice For, as pastors and counsel-
ors, it is obvious that they should
be with the young Jewish nun
who are in danger, confused and
in need of the spiritual solace
and religious guidance a self-
respecting rabbi can provide
A favorite pastime of rabbis
and Jewish writers and the
basis for untold seminars and
studies is our youth and their
alienation from the synagogue
and .Iei>h life, in general.
Strong criticism many times
unfair, it must be said has
been voiced by our youth about
the middle-class standards and
dollar values which seem to be
emphasized by the Jewish com-
munity They decry the non-
involvement of their rabbis and
synagogues in the social strug-
gles oi the day and. to me. this
attitude seems to begin early in
some of the seminaries
The avoidance of chaplaincy
service ot sharing with young
Jews their danger and their prob-
lems under strange and difficult
conditions is s.vmptomatic of
what ails not only Jewish society, ;
but American society as well.
There are many good jobs
waiting for young rabbis today
not always necessarily in the pul-
pit and their devotion to what
is of ultimate importance, as for
the rest of us, becomes all too
obvious when they avoid involve-
ment in the world.
Dr. Hyman Rosenkranz. Miami Beach Chiropractic Physi-
cian, is sworn in as president of the Senior Citizens Asso-
ciation of Miami Beach by Metro Mayor Chuck Hall, left.
Dr. Rosenkranz is flanked by Mrs. Lena Mintzes and Miami
Beach Mayor Jay Dermer.
Channel 2 \nction
To Open Monday
Home decorators seeking orig-
inal art will have a broad selec-
tion during the Channel 2 on-the
air auction beginning Monday.
Artists and sculptors arc re-
sponding generously to appeals
from Helen Merkle and Freda
Kruse, Miami cochairmen for art
donations.
Private collectors are also do-
nating art. An attorney has con-
tributed six prints, appraised at
SI. 100. from the walls of his office
Donors may take a tax deduc-
tion for their gifts. Channel 2 uses
the proceeds from the auction to
up r.ide the after-5 programing.
25th ANNIVERSARY Of THE
WARSAW GHETTO UPRISING
YIZKOR
Sponsored by Farband
L.Z.O. and Pioneer Women
Monday April 22nd, 7 p.m.
at Di Lido Hotel
155 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
In grateful remembrance of our Jewish fighters and martyrs
we are calling every Jew to attend this memorial and partake
in Yizkor. Prominent speakers will eulogize Rabbi Mayer
Abramowitz will be guest speaker.
Artists of the Jewish cultural world will participate: Shmuel
Fershko, Mordechai Yardeini, Sol Barondes, Pessie Pomeranc-
Honigbaum and Sam Neshkin.
Contribution 25e
"An Evening With
Roberta Peters"
THE ZIONIST ORGANIZATION
OF AMERICA
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IN PERSON
FOR ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY
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one of America's most beloved sing,
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Rabbi Da :! Raab, spiritual
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Miami Bi ach, announces thai he
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pj Israel with an itin-
cij- thai will include Europe.
Leaving from New York June 9
for three \\ leks, the pilgrimage
Will st^rl in Jerusalem where
Ra.....i.'l Mrs Uaab will present
to chill Kabbi Isser Yehuda Un-
terman a specially designed ring.
I aab said that the pres-
entation v. ill be made in apprecia-
tion ol the rael that the Chief
Rabbi had officiated at their wed-
ding 18 years ago in Tel Aviv and
also to commemorate the 20th
anniversary ol the state of Israel.
The tour will include visits to
the Western Wall and other sites
in Eastern Jerusalem, Tel Aviv,
Haifa and other places of interest.
The European portion of the
trip will include visits to Athens,
Rome. Madrid and London.
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Friday. April 18. 1968
J.W.V. National
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James Albert Named
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Capt. Samuel Sobe', USN, executive director cf the Armed
Forces Chaplains Board, ramoles a "Solo Seder" distrib-
uted by the B'nai B'rih throvcrb the Notional Jewish Wel-
iare Board, and served by Mrs. Mortimer F'-iqenbaum of the
B'nai B'rith staff in Wnshmqton. Chaplain Sobel directed
Passover supply shipments.
Soviet Bloc Troubles
Affect Plight of Jews
Continued from Page 1-A
Soviet leaders, a revival of Je\vi>h
culture would be tantamount to
rpeninjj a window to the West, De-
tails*- such a culture would, of
necessity, be linked, at least in
spirit, to the Jewish communities
abroad."
Prof. Goldhagen added, "The
more insecure the Soviet govern-
ment feels itself and the more fear-
lul it is of Western influence, the
greater its suspicion of the .lews
and the greater its reluctance
lo permit recreation of the institu-
tions that would foster the ethos
cf Jewish culture."
Mr. Friedberg noted. "A signifi-
cant segment of the Soviet Union's
younger intellectuals continues the
noble traditions of the old Russian
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intelligentsia the traditions of
exposing hypocrisy, of defending
the underdog, of refusing to be si-
lent in the lace of injustice. Their
! preoccupation with the plight of
Russian Jews may have no imme-
diate practical effects on the Soviet
j establishment's policies, but never-
theless, it reminds the Soviet Jews
themselves that not all of their
i neighbors are either hostile or In-
; ditferent to their fate."'
Mr. Brumberg said it would be a
' mistake to see the ferment in Rus-
| sia and throughout Eastern Europe
as a reaction to mistreatment of
Jews. "What we are seeing is,
1 basically, a power struggle with
Jews cast in the traditional role of
! scapegoats. In a way." hi? said, "a
I peculiar brand of fascism has now
joined forces with a peculiar brand
oi communism, but," he asserted.
"it will not prevail.
"Revulsion against racism and
anti-Semitism is the other side of
the coin of 20th century nation-
alism and this revolution is as
widespread among the best ele-
ments in non-communist as in com-
munistic societies and. indeed,
among non-communists and those
communists that wish to redeem
what they consider the ideals of
I socialism." he declared.
CAESAREA, the Mediterranean
city of ancient ruins and plush re-
sorts in Israel, was given by Rom-
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city with a safe harbor.
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Page 11 -A
New Israel Tactic Fights Terror.
Continued from Page 1-A
and King Hu>scin-s days would be
numbered if he attempted to con-
tain them, the London Daily Mail
reported in a dispalch from Am
.-.-.an. According to the paper, the
Israelis no longer look on Hussein
as the one moderate voice in a
babble of Arab extreinis.ii. The
activities of El Fatah have con-
verted Hussein into Israel's Pu
lic Enemy No. 1 The pa,)cr took
a dim view of Hussein's future.
"ilis position seems impossible
'Third Seller" Event
The Miami Friendly Social Club
will sponsor a Third Seder" event
al 2 p.m. Sunday at the Israelite
(entei. :jl7f> S\V 25th St. The pro-
gram will feature traditional Pass-
over songs by Cantor Nathan
Parnass ol the Israelite Center.
On Sunday, May 5. Judge Milton
Friedman will address a 2 p.m.
meeting ni the club.
icven by Arab Standards," the dis-
patch said.)
Earlier in the week airborne
Israeli troops entered Jordan south
of the Dead Sea in a runnir.-j bat-
tle with a band of El Fatah ter-
j rorists who were spotted on Israeli
soil near Ein Yahav in the Araba
district. The clash began when hel-
icopter units of the Israel army
gave chas- to the terrorists.
The spokesman described the ac-
! iicn as a "very limited one" in
! which "several score" Israeli sol-
diers took part. No casualties were
I reported in the action. Three Is-
raeli soldiers were killed Jusl be-
fore the lighting started, however,
when their vehicle struck a mine
near the Danuyah Bridge.
ed Klachnikov assault guns, which
j are the El Fatah's favorite arms.
The Jordanian radio in Amman
. reported that Israeli forces aided
bj helicopter- and lighter plane
icover crossed ihe armistice line
south ol lh,. Dead Sea It quoted ..
Jordanian spokesman as saying
j that units of the Jordanian Army
engaged the Israelis in conib.it.
The broadcast claimed that the Is-
j raelis used armored units but did
nol specify the size of the lore.
According to reports here, the
Israeli forces killed a number of
El Fatah marauders and bleu up
an El Fatah base alter seizing doc-
uments Weapons captured inclucl-
Weizmann Farband Unit
The Chaim Weizmann Branch
of the Faiband-Labor Zionist Or-
der ill hold a general meeting at
7:30 p.m. Sunday at the Washing-
ton Federal Auditorium. 1234
| Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Moe Levin, chairman of the group,
will address the meeting on "Is*
' rael's Unstable Neighbor."
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MrM fkricfisr
Friday. Arm! 19. 1968
THE RANI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Passover and Civil Right:
tap* Swrrjky
By RABBI S. T. StVlRSKY
Co- -rea/arion Beth Jacob
On '
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bent upon as,
and
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take -ear
tbe rompeBitvg '---.- : tbese
Bveatj ia order :o S>ebold toe sea-
shore? of tomorrow A em-
ory is a rare prophyiavs tr.i ?ur
ccur:ry : bl great B I [I today.
The Pestiral if Passover baa for
.;; central theme Release" On
:he asaaaaal cycle, it marks the
release of the earth from the r.??
of winter, on the historical level,
it commemorates our exodus, out
release from Egypt: while on the
broad human plane. :t observes
the emergence, the release from
bondage and idolatry.
This Festival celebrates not only
the renewal of nature's life but it
also records a struggle of people
to liberate themselves from servil-
ity and reaeh ont for the benign
rays of liberty. This Festival is a
perennial reminder to the denizens
f darkness tbat even as nature
is free so ought all human beiags
The Passe : at
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tea.
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is trans
tern:

Ten-
I I tsed

eye art
beaTeni far boom d
.
D.P. Depri
| nil to
.-.'. .- tat nessage of Passover
tctei u
lifting in Epiril
la -. .. r. -.
U Di r tad the .:'.'- :: 2 God
eapoosea the eaaM
trodden slave.-. '' r.K conspires
ii.-.-: tyrants ir.z ppressions.
Who :s a harfcir.irr '- freedom.
Who will cause the itaaiinina 9*
iniquity to perish.
Wherever men aaateata a sword
and don battle armor :r. tht r.a-e
of equality, they are recaaerJag
the thrilling nuance; baa the
Haggadah. namely, that tie world
:> riled by a Sovereign Power
Who is not only the Lcrd of Hosts,
but also the God of Freedom Who
demands emancipator, for all man-
bad, if only because they are
created in His image.
In a broader sense, all of Atr.er
'ica was made to eat the bread of
afllietioB' amid fires of bigotry,
only a week ago. How mear.ir.gful
? is the story of oar Exodus After
a servility at four centartes dur
ins which e were exposed t: the
Tfeii r-^cr fttaaawd as
M -: :-. I ..* GllBM!* I
MbM RaUaUcd A taskmaster's las
C. tf :'*-: jttxmttt
*?ra- I I -
DR MAX LIPSCHITZ
S ..' 1 : .-
pfth r ;.h Cos". s
of N Ml oil Bl
which our children wen
into the seetfa -: Eaten rinj
which aaaaj wen UmaMsrec
i
Dent f Exoda-
.
rr.a~ rah I t Israel.tes did not
IS pillaging, plunder, ri-
otou tea
Instead of flawies e there burned an!.- the candle of
- There was
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toric pher
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.a be-
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*rath
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cans
ad .: chanting ''. i

.-r; with d .: ;
This, and -r.ore! Tht
rated in the P-s-s-
:. r Festival is a freedom of a
Ur modern concept
ol rreedom is a confusion of sev-
eral strands of thought, namely,
national independence, democratic
government and personal liberty.
Strange and most meaningful that
thew aspects do not enter into
the Passover ideals. In Jewish life
and tradition and it is well that
those who clamor for civil rights
should learn that freedom sim-
ply means "'Dedication.-' to break
the shackles of men by spiritual
involvement with God and His dis-
c.pl.nes.
Judaism says that man assumes
freedom only under the yoke of
the Torah: that true independence
s achieved only by the apprehen-
sion of God In Jewish tradition,
the deliverance from Egypt is im-
portant or.ly because it paved the
way :nto Sinai: Israel became free
ad) by voluntarily accepting a
Darin* mission.
The men and women uho will be
rrr.orialized at Yizkor represent
the inspired legion of our people
moved progressively from
darkness to light and urged man-
to shun the ignorance of
toy and be conscious of the
iaeffi of walking in the
the Prophets along
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tive m .ement in th<
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Samuel Friedland and Harry
Pearlmar. ire serving with Mr
Cowan in their roles as honorary-
chairmen Mr. Friedland and Mr
Pearlman were to host a plenary
session of Temple Emanu-El
Thursday afternoon in the congre-
gation's new board room.
Ellison Kosoff. Milton Sirkin.
Benjamin Kline. Harry A. Levy
and Harry Koretzky are cochair-
men of the $136-acouple function,
which is open to all members of
the community.
"Because the Solomon Schechter
Day School of Temple Emanu-El
D*. mvtHG tlHJVi.',
serves youngsters Eron
out Dade County. e fed
in asking for supptr iron-,
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aity, Mr. Pearbnan assert
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be
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major Temple Emanu-El ev<
cier the new admini-tratior
by Joseph Cohen, president
Mr. Cohen said. "Nothing is
more fundamental to the succeii
of our synagogue than the con-
tinued growth and development of
our outstanding educational pro-
gram."
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v.
roqrams
April 21, Ch. 710 am The Still Small Voice
Host: Rabbi Tibor Stern. Jacob C Cohen Comrr..:rlitj
Synagogue. Miami Beach.
Guests: Rabbi Morton Malavsky. Temple Btth
Shalom. Hollywood; Rabbi Ralph K:c;-
Temple Sinai of No Miami Beach
Therre: Akiba and Bar Kochba The Modem
Implications Religiou-i>
April 21, Ch. 10 9:30 am. The Jewish Worship H
Host Rabbi Samuei Z Jaffe. Temple Beth F
Hollywood
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* l&visti Meridian
Paqe !3-A
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
calls Heroism of Ghetto Fighters
rOR, The Jewish Floridian: roic Jewish resistance. Some S.S.
a. I generals complained that it was
enty-five years ago. on the ; harder to conquer the Jewish
night of Passover, the Jews | Ghetto ,han ,he we fortified Po.
lish capital of Warsaw.
The Germans then decided on
incineration. From burning houses
the Jews fought to the last man,
and leaped from the upper stories
with gasoline bottles in their hands
thus making of themselves hu-
man incendiaries.
tie Warsaw Ghetto got word
Ithe final hour had struck. The
|s were ready to complete their
annihilation of the surviving
s. The Jewish people could not
fooled or deceived any more
thinking that they were being
^ported to work camps, after
heard the reports from the
aped grave-diggers about the
rders that were being carried
[ by gas. scalding, electric shock
actually being buried alive.
py finally learned the truth of
disappearance of their beloved
les.
;The shocking realization of the
pjesome truth about Treblinka
iepared the Jews for a final
land. Their reaction to the mass
lurder by the German beasts had
find a channel of expression,
he last group of Jews standing
|n fie ruins of life, on the thres-
hold of destruction, facing the gi-
jantic German war machine, the
tkrainian murderers and the Po-
Jsh police, decided to fight. Half
Barved Jews and even children. |
>ak and sick, now offered physi-
cal resistance, and were stirred to
perform heroic exploits.
The decision of the Jews was to
Ittack the enemy with whatever
kcapons were available. The nec-
fssary unity was forged among the
ews with raisr-d spirit. The Jewish
Jewish agony was indescribable,
but Jewish heroism will remain in
history along with that of the
Maccabees.
Close to 60.000 Jews perished in
the final battle, but the Nazis paid
for their victory with thousands of
dead and wounded of their own,
and it was revealed to the entire
civilized world.
The long tradition of Jewish
martyrdom produced the heroic
struggle of the Warsaw Ghetto,
which was not the first resistance
that Jews otfered against the Nazi
persecutor. The Jews had demon-
strated various means of resist-
ance. The long and cruel decep-
tion practiced by the Nazis had
been their weakness. They had be-
lieved that the same thing was
happening as in World War I. when
Jews were sent to Germany to
work and had returned safely.
When the facts of complete anni-
hilation were established, the fight
was to the finish. Some Jews who
wonder Poland could give birth to
j Gomulka?
The watchword of the Jews
throughout the world was to live
with honor and die with honor.
The echo lingers on in every de-
cent person's ear. The struggle
was not in vain. It served the Jew
?nd the humanitarian as a remind-
er that the democratic world turn-
ed a deaf ear to its most earnest
defenders of democracy.
The symbol of Jewish determin-
ation created a new cultural con-
sciousness of great spirit. The
world shall never forget.
The strength of the Jews
throughout the world is now em-
bodied in the great defenders of
democratic Israel. The holocaust
of six million Jews and their mar-
tyrdom will be remembered by un-
told generations to come. The
memory of those who perished will
I Oe kept alive forever in holiness.
JOSEPH P. ZUCKERMAN
<
| EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
The article "Moshe Dayan's
Lucky Day" was a refreshing sur-
prise. The subject was presentel
very lightly but in a most sensitive
manner. ** M
Although I don't mean to be
wishing Mrs. Snyder's husband
or Moshe Dayan, for that matter
any bad luck, I hope to see more
of Mrs. Snyder's work on your
pages.
MRS. IRWIN LISS
'Care Of Children'
Is Lecture Topic
"The Care of Children in Amer-
icaIts Future" will be the topic
of Dr. Carroll B. Larsdn, professor
of orthopedic surgery at the Uni-
versity of Iowa, in the 12th annual
Arthur H. Weiland Lecture at Va-
riety Children's Hospital at 7:30
p.m. Monday.
The lecture will be preceded by
a social hour and buffet supper,
according to Gerard W. Frawiey,
hospital executive director.
I Perry To Address
Miami Beach Elks
Sponder Unveiling
The dedication of a
monument to the memory
of the late
EVE SPONDER
will take place Sunday,
April 21st at 10:30 a.m.
ar M;. Nebo Cemetery.
Friends and relatives
ore asked to attend
Morton L. Perry, chief of the
Rackets and Frauds Bureau of the
State Attorney's office, will be the
principal speaker at the Miami
Beach Elks Lodge at 8 p.m. Thurs-
day. April 25.
Mr. Perry is the guest lecturer
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ighter organization reacted swift- nad escaped through the flames
i. "No submission: was the Jew- ..... ,_... .
Every threshold in the Jlncd Partisans to f.ght in the
hh cry.
'.hetto was converted into a fort-
ss. The-young and the sick fought
iavely against the German artil-
ry. Machine guns that were cap-
ered from the S.S. were turned
gainst the Germans. The cry rang
|gicallv loud: "We shall avenge
crimes committed, in Ausch-
lz. Treblinka. Belshetz and Mai-
nek."
he Jews knew that they were
^tined to die. They knew it was
ossible to continue a winning
|tle without weapons, without
world's support and without
|ad. In their brave stand, they
ed hundreds of German soi-
l's.
["he S.S. generals after a 25-day
etto battle realized that the
i's could no longer be deceived
led to the slaughter. They had
|pt.-d a new strategy. They now
nSered up to the high places
concealed themselves amidst
nibble. From there they am-
tied Germans with grenades
gasoline bottles. The Germans
Ikly decided that with all their
|ern weapons it would be no
matter to overcome the he-
wcods. The majority of the re-
maining fighters eventually per-
ished and the Warsaw uprising
came to an end. Where the Ghetto
buildings had stood now was only
a ragged heap of rubble.
The Polish population witnessed
the martyrdom of those whose
blood soaked the Polish earth. As
they watched, hundreds of people
committed suicide by jumping
from burning buildings. They saw
babies sucking the breasts of their
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Friday. April 19, iggg
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
An Important Change Affects The Jewish Image
BASSING A NEWSSTAND where for-
eign paper- were on sale recently,
it was interesting to note that whether
they were printed in London. Paris.
Rome or Hamburg, on page one was
headlined the story of Moshe Dayan't
... i irient.
I'robabl> no Jew has been a> famou.-
a the days ol the Bible Perhaps
the one exception was Albert Einstein, and he was
fined to the inside pages. Einstein was an enigma to
con
the
world. It was puzzled by him.
Just a lew ,i,i>- belore the l)a>an accident, the Lon-
don Times polled the students of an English military
school to get their opinions of the ten top military com
manderi 01 the 20th century Dayan was ranked seventh.
PC Gen VacArthur. which is rank enough for a man
coming from a country with a total population less than
a quarter ol that of the city of London.
.lews had always associated themselves and Israel in
ticular, with peace Israelite prophet> had prophesied
a world in which there would be no soldiers All the arms-
producing companies would be turning out plowshares
and school books.
The Jew was not only thought non-military, bl
condemned and ridiculed for his alleged lack of the ability
to fight. Today, the Jewish image has changed.
In the past, when Jews were attacked. Jewish or
zations would adopt resolutions condemning the brutality
but the fighting of Israel has done more to raise
for the Jew than all the resolutions combined
OH t/iA Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
The Strong of
oice or The Strong of Heart
THERE IS turmoil and confusion
in the world these days, and
because there is a dearth of men
with sufficient vision to elad us
from the wilderness, our genera-
tion is facing a future that is too
bleak to contemplate even amidst
the current reprieve from the path
of no return.
Common man everywhere is looking forward to
peace, to an era of tranquility in which he can till
his soil in serenity and prayer, when he can break
his bread in dignity and barter his labor for secur-
ity. yet the shadows of war are crossing his path,
piercing his hope and wrecking his faith only be-
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAl
Justice Or Oil
VOU GET the word from a lot of
* 'important" people these days.
The word is that the United State.-
had better put economics first and
humanitariani-m last on its prior-
ity list wherein the Middle East is
concerned
Here it is from George T. Pier
cy. vice president of Standard Oil
Di nrt ji'Ijtj and that company's director pri-
marily concerned with Middle East affairs: "In the
past, economic realities have ultimately prevailed
over political considerations, and there i< reason to
expect that they will in the future. We need the
Middle East, and the Middle East needs us"
You get it from Eugene R Black, former presi-
dent of the World Bank and a current financial ad-
vi-or to the Emir of Kuwait, the little seven-year-old
Arab nation afloat on a sea of oil: "The Arab world
is far too important for the United States to neglect
. They believe the United States is too preoccu-
pied with the Far East crisis to do anything con-
structive about the Middle East The United
States is in real trouble in the Arab world The
Arab elite are deeply resentful of the United States
. What really disturbs me is that leaders of Arab
opinion feel that we are really the friends of the
Israelis and unfriendly to the Arabs."
You get it from Richard H. Nolte. who was tag-
ged to be U.S. Ambassador to the United Arab Re-
public but was called off the field by the June mili-
tary operations, so disastrous to the (JAR. Back in
September, he made a large splash in the news by
recommending that Washington adopt a hands-oft
policy in the Middle Easl He called for "non-inter-
vention'' and said that while he would favor allowing
private citizens to send funds to individual countries
in the Middle Ea-t. he would have tax exemptions
apply only lor strictly humanitarian donatio:
A number of State Department career men have
clearly advocated that we jettison our humanitarian
concerns in favor of oil considerations ever since the
State of Israel was born
Myer Feldman. who .-erved as special counsel to
both Presidents Kennedy and Johnson, warned wa)
back in November that pressures for appeasement of
the Arabs were emerging in the U.S. government
He called the turn thus: "The argument is being
advanced that the Arab states and their votes at the
I'nited Nations are more important to this country
than Israel is "
In a world in which young soldiers have become
expendable by the thousands and young nations ap-
pear expendable regardless of the Tightness of their
cause, one must go on hoping that this old republic
with a remarkably honorable history will not now
abandon its birthrightwill not drown its instinct
for justice in a sea of oil.
cause the men at the helm of world leadership are
lost in the woods.
So-called realistic men may seek the root of the
trouble elsewhere. But who will gainsay the facti
that our generation, our century, may be paying the
penalty for worshiping false idols, for relegating the
prophet and the visionary' to the garret of discard
and paying homage to the strong of voice instead of
the strong of heart?
By a stroke of divine fortune the world has been
given a reprieve from thermonuclear destruction,
and in the capitals of the world statesmen are now
groping for a formula to avert catastrophe. But the
very negative character of their task shows the
depth of the world's despair The negative approach
to human problems, world problems, can at best
lead only to temporary ameliorates
What the world needs, if it is to be saved, is a
transvaluation of values, the emergence of a concept
which would preclude the hates, the discords, the
cynicism and the godlessness on which the termites
'i evil spawn.
What we need is a philosophy of living that is
grounded in the faith that man does not aspire to
bread alone.
Our ancient Hebrew prophets had that faith The
survival of their word through the ages is testament
to their vision. If a prophet of their stature were to
rise now. he would be heard.
No one with a sense of history can fail to detect
these days the nocturnal shadows that are upon the
world If there is to be radiance, its bearers will not
be the carriers of sword.
The so-called diploma's and statesmen have
failed us in our tragic age. It might be well if they
vacated their seats, turning over their chancellories
to wiser, to stiller voices
Highlights In Sports
JESSE SILVER
Biased Clubs
r
meet. Sports Illustrated Magazine conducted ,i
survey of the ranking athletic clubs in 20 ma'or
cities in the United States, and found "the c.
the New York Athletic Club and it< discriminatory
membership policies i> neither isolated nor un-
usual."
Most clubs were discovered to have only a token
number of Jews. "Where the attitude towards Jews
is a little more liberal, there is a feeling that they
should not get out <>t proportion." One midwestcrn
club admits Jew- only if they join a Prote>t.mt
church. In Salt Lake City much Jewish acceptance
is based on economics. Clubs have found their Jew-
ish members spend more money on the premises
than other members. The NYAC. boycotted and un-
der siege, may be getting the headlines," Sports
Illustrated concluded, "but its policies are hardly
unique."
Steve Cohen of I'enn State, the 1967 NCAA all-
around gymnastic champion, was named the best
individual athlete by the Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity
Runners-up: Michael Goldman. Miami. Ohio: Joe
Lidtke. Louisville; Norman Early. American U; Mir
tan Glanz. Western Reserve, Bruce Kaplan. NYU
Israel defeated Switzerland. 2-1. in a soccer match
played before 12.000 fans in Tel Aviv. Both Israeli
goals were scored by Mordechai Spiegler. It was the
first victory tor the Israelis over the Swiss in three
meetings. However, five days later, fielding the
same team. Israel lost 3 0 to Sweden.
The Larry Zeidel case may have been ofticialh
closed. Ed Snider, chairman of the board of the Phil-
adelphia Flyers hockey team issued a statement
that it was "rough, bard-hitting hockey play" that
set off the stick fight between Zeidel and E
Shack of the Boston Bruins
"It appears that in the heat of battle during an
important game Larrj might have struck the first
blow." said Snider, who is Jewish "Shack had noth-
ing to do with an> vicious name calling and the
reports ol competitive baiting were blown far out ol
proportion." The Canadian Jewish Congress has
called lor a full investigation, however
Israel Newsletter By ELIAHU SALPETER
Pampering Nasser Will \ot Help
Jerusalem
IJ E PORTS coming from the State
Department late!) sound aw-
fully familiar Nasser is seen as
contrite, a man who has suffered
for his sins and i> now in dire
reed. If help from the West does
nut come fast, he and Egypt ma>
soon be taken over by the Rus
- Yet everything can still be saved Nasser has
retracted his charge, made last June, that America:-,
and British planes joined the Israelis in dealing the
.ating blow to his Russian-supplied air force
Now. happily, the way may be cleared for the re-
sumption of diplomatic relations between Was
ton and Cairo, broken off by the latter after tha-.
false allegation.
King Hussein of Jordan has already admitted
during his visit in London that the story of British
and American intervention was an Arab fabrication
However. Nasser did not have that much courage,
he still pretends that at that time he believed his
allegation and now tries to shift the blame on King
Hussein. Moreover, he does not have the guts to
admit this falsified version: he does it but half
heartedly. only in an interview by an American
correspondent.
It is no surprise to political observers here. Is
raeli or American, that the Middle East "experts"
at the State Department should seize on this semi-
admission as an indication that the clouds over
American-Egyptian relations are lifting It has be-
come almost a matter of record that whenever Nas-
ser does something nasty to the U.S.. the Middle
East experts search with a microscope for re:,-..' -
to forgive him.
This time, however, things are different !
\: erican diplomats reel thai Washington should
exact a much higher puce from Nasser than a
hearted retraction of an allegation that led Egyp
turn mobs to burn and loot American and Bl
consulates. It is obvious that Nasser wants not onb.
the presence ol an American Ambassador in I
ut also American food and general economic aid
He also seems to have come to the conclu.-io:
thai getting Israel out of Sinai without peace nego
tiations could be best done through V/ashingtoi
Moscow has failed so far to budge Israel from i '
June 9th armistice lines
Israelis look upon the State Department swallow
ing the Egyptian bait more in sorrow than in anger
They see that the officials of a great, friendly coun
try have learned little from past experience! Isra<
does not object to a renewal of American diplomatic
relations with the Arabs What it laments is thai
the experts again completely misjudge the situation
Obsrvers here doubt that it is mere coincident,
that Nasser's open refusal to cooperate with UN
Special Envoy Gunnar Jarring comes at a time ot
impending renewal of U.S. Egvptian ties. It seem-
too probable that Nasser hopes that he would b
able to get more from American pressure on Israel
than from cooperation with Jarring.
Thus. Washington's soft talk with Nasser has al
ready jeopardized peace even before diplomatic re
lations are resumed.


r. April 19, 1968
Jenisti thurldian
Paae 15A
;. Anna Brenner Meyers Is Candidate
Reelection To Dade School Board
Is. Anna Brenner Meyers has
Vneed her candidacy for re-
in to the Dade County School
from District 5.
Vs. Meyers, a graduate of Co-
|ia University Teachers Col-
has been on the school board
|he past 15 years and has been
radioing attorney in Dade
Ity since 1936.
ttive in the county, state and
irican bar associations, Mrs.
fers organized the Florida
nen Lawyers Association and
its first president. She also
[ed as treasurer of the National
ociation of Women Lawyers
as vice president of the Inter-
nal Federation of Women
fifties. She is a member of the
perican Judicatory Society and
a delegate to World Peace
Iroush Law and on the Commit-
to Revise the Charter of the
hited Nations.
Irs. Meyers is a member of the
jited Nations Association, the
from National Association of Busi-
ness and Professional Women, Zeta
Sorority's Woman of the Year
award, Eleanor Roosevelt Award
from the State of Israel, and the
State of Israel Medallion which
she and her husband, Ben Meyers,
received for outstanding service to
the State of Israel.
Charles Whited Is Named
Variety Club Prizewinner
Charles Whited, columnist and
feature writer of the Miami Her-
ald, has been named as the winner
of the top award in the third an-
nual Variety Clubs International
Awards Plan for the Communica-
tions Media.
Mr. Whited was named as the
winner for his articles on the
"Save Variety Children's Hospital"
campaign last year.
Cedars Of Lebanon Honors Volunteers
The Cedars Auxiliary has pledg-
ed $100,000 to aid the hospital,
and has already donated more than
$80,000 towards this amount.
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital vol-
unteers will receive service awards
at a special luncheon ceremony
May 7 at the Four Ambassadors
Hotel.
Mrs. Ted Lotterman. president,
announced this week that the an-
nual event will honor Auxiliary
members who have served 500 and
1,000 hours in the past year.
Volunteers work in the Gift Shop
as clerks, also as information aides,
laboratory assistants, and library
cart operators. Their latest project
is raising funds to purchase two
Cardiac Pacemakers for the hos-
pital.
NIKS. ANNA BRENNER MEYERS
ited Fund Women's Council, the
Hare Planning Council of Dade
,unty and the board of the Flor-
School Board Association.
>he represented Dade County on
Large Cities Council of the
Itioital School Board Association
was recently appointed chair-
In to arrange for the 1969 Na-
pal School Board convention to
[hold in Miami Beach.
Mrs. Meyers initiated and worked
1 the establishment of the Miami-
pe Junior College System. Chan-
2 Educational Television Can-
Community Television Foun-
bon of South Florida, and the
Llity Education Committee.
|hc was legislative chairman of
Dade County Federation of
men's Clubs and has been a
ber of the Miami and Florida
eration of Business and Profes-
al Women's Clubs.
firs. Meyers is a founder mem-
of the Greater Miami Jewish
iteration and the United Jewish
eal campaign ami has served
trustee of the Miami Beach
lie Library as well as the City
Miami Beach Development
imittee. She is a member of
Iple Emanu-El, Miami Beach.
|nd of Hadassah, B'nai B'rith.
American Technion Society, Amer-
pan Friends of the Hebrew Uni-
?rsity, state chairman for State
If Israel Bonds, Bay Oaks Sorop-
imi.st, Home for the Aged and
)ouglas Gardens.
Among the awards Mrs. Meyers
las received are: Outstanding
H'oinan Citizen of Dade County, an
Iward from Florida Region, Na-
tional Conference of Christians and
lews, an honorary doctor of laws
pom Bethunc-Cookman College,
ie Woman of Achievement award
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arewisfti Floridian 'CS?!?M?.?' "7 Ma'
Florida, April 19, 1968
Geva Reports to CJA
Leaders On Crisis
Egypt remains the principal mil-
lary threat to the State of Israel
lore than 10 months after the end
the Six-Day War. Israel's chief
ilitary attache in the Western
|emisphere told a Miami news
inference this week.
Addressing meetings in behalf of
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel
Imergency Fund here. Gen. Jo-
pph Geva said, "Only Egypt has
,-ader strong enough to muster
eal support for another round
pth Israel. But then Egypt can
start more wars; it cannot
?in them.'"
The onetime commander of all
Iraell forces in Jerusalem. Tel
i:\ and along the Jordanian bor-
- spoke to CJA-IEF gathering!
Temple Beth Sholom, Temple
Emanu El and at the offices of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
He told newsmen that funds
realized from the CJA-IEF cam-
paign do not go "directly or even
indirectly to Israel's defense ef-
forts. We carry the burden of mo-
bilization and war alone. But we
look to world Jewry for support
in the critical fields of immigra-
tion, absorption, welfare and de-
velopment."
Geil (leva noted that Israel's
I current budget allocates an even
higher percentage for defense than
the United Slates He said his na-
; tion still hopes to get delivery on
: 50 jet fighter planes from France.
land looks to the United States for
future military purchases.
i the American Friends of the He-
ssbbrbs Ibrew University will celebrate 1s-
Section B rael's 20th anniversary at ail
- independence Daj gathering at 8
p.m. Wednesday, May 1, at the
! home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Robin-
son, 4430 Pine Tree Drive, Miami
Beach.
The program of the meeting will
' include a report on the progress
ol the University during the past
year as well as a tribute to the
achievements of the State ol 1m ae]
Participating in the program
will be Jack S. Popick, who just
returned with Mrs. Popick from
Israel and the groundbreaking
ceremonies of the Ruth and Jack
Popick Miami Humanities Build-
ing to be erected on the campus
ol the Hebrew University in Jeru-
salem.
GIN. I0SCPH GtVA
lop Sports Figures To
Be Honored By YMHA
Concert Will Feature
Israeli Folk Singer
Chayele Grober, Habimah ac-
tress and Israeli folk singer, will
present a concert of sonu. drama
and humor at 8 p.m. Tuesday.
April 30 at the Algiers Hotel.
Miami Beach. She will be accom-
panied by Aida Yaslo at the piano.
I. Lasavin, novelist and educat-
or, will review Chayele Grober's
latest book, "My Journey Alone"
Mr. Popick attended the Board
of Governors meeting of the He-
brew University and also was a
delegate to the Economic Confer
ence of the state of Israel attended
by some 500 Jewish business lead-
ers, from all parts of the world.
among them 21b' Americans, and a
like number of Israeli businessmen
and industrialists.
The Greater Miami Women's Di-
vision of the American Friends
will join in the May 1 gathering,
according to Mrs. Carrie Rosen,
president.
MR. AND MRS. IfO ROBINSON
Bay front Park
Concert May I
To Salute Israel
The City of Miami Recreation
division will present a concert ded-
I icated to the 20th anniversary of
the State of Israel at 7:45 p.m.
Wednesday. May I, at the Bay-
I front Park Bandshell in downtown
Miami.
The concert will feature Caesar
LaMonaca and his band. Guest
conductor will be Shmuel Fershko.
ANo appearing will be Gordon
Shaw and Mrs Zelda Thau as
narrator.-: Lydia King, soprano,
and tenoi Carlo Corelli.
Morris Epstein and Judge Henry
L. Balaban are serving as co-
chairmen of the event.
v
The annual Athletic Awards Din-
er of the YM-YWHA on Sunday.
|ay 5, will be highlighted by the
fesentation of special awards to
pair of Miami's top athletes
[>b Griese of the Miami Dolphins
nd Ted Hendricks of the Univer-
|ty of Miami, Sam Seitlin, presi
ent of the YM-YWHA of Greater
|iann. has announced.
Griese. Miami Dolphin quarter-
kck and member of the American
ootball League All Star Team.
}ill receive an award for being
Miami's Professional Athlete of
ke Year."
Hendricks. All America Defen
|\e End for the University of
\irthday Party For
residents Of Home
Mrs Trudy Hamerschlag will
|ii- the monthly birthday party
bonsored by the Greater Miami
omen's Auxiliary i>t the Jewish
I >r the Aged to be held at
Sunday in the Horn.''- new
[1 md Sam Ruby Auditoi mm
ii cic will present a pro-
of s mgs at the partj which
residents whose birthdays
Iccii this month.
Miami Hurricanes, will be simi-
larly honored for being '"Miami's
Amateur Athlete of the Year."
On hand to make the special pre-
sentations will be George Wilson. ;
Head Football Coach of the Miami :
Dolphins.
Master of Ceremonies for the
occasion will be Bob Gallagher,
sports commentator for WTYJ-TV
(Channel 4) of Miami.
The Awards Dinner will be held
at 5:30 p.m. in the "Y's" Alain
Ballroom.
Hundreds of YMHA participants
will be attending the event which
annually honors the recipients of
awards for athletic achievement in
"Y" .supervised program-.
Awards will be presented in the
following categories: tennis, hand-
ball, paddleball, basketball, judo.
* mming, touch football, softball,
volleyball, wrestling, trampoline,
tumbling and physical education.
\wards will be presented in I
various age groups ranging from
the pre schooler to adul -
Dr. A
ol Health and Phj sit al 1 ici
loi the YMHA
B U R D I N E 'S
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of
Israel XS&fiSU

)r. Morton Siegel To Address First
leeting Held To Plan New Day School
lir Morton Siegel, national di-
tor of the United Synagogue
Commission on Jewish Education,
M. MORTON SICGtl
will be the principal speaker a,t a
meeting al 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at
Temple /.ion. called to discuss
plans for the establishment ol a
new South Dade Solomon Schech-
ter Day School, it was announced
by Rabbi Allen Itutchik. director
of the Southeast Region of the
United Synagogue.
Dr. Siegel will meet with inter
ested parents to explore the goals
and techniques involved in a Jew-
ish day school and to discuss the
role of the day school in the psy-
chological and moral development
of the child.
A graduate of Yeshiva Univer- j
s.ty. Dr. Siegel holds a Ph.D. de-
gree from Columbia University
and has served for many yen- as
national director of the United
Synagogue Youth, the teenage arm
of the Conservative movement,
Rabbi Sol Landau of Beth David
Congregation. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man of Temple Zion. Ralph Fistel
of Temple Or Olom and Rabbi
Rutchik are cochairmen of the
sponsoring committee of the new
day school.
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lr. William A. Wexler To Address
lorida Convention Of B'nai B'rith
)r. William A. Wexler. interna-
|nal president of B'nai B'rith,
address the opening session
' the annual convention of the
orida State Association of B'nai
rith Lodges and Chapters April
to 29 at the Marco Polo Hotel.
)r. VS ed with B'nai B'rith for 30 years,
Ids major leadership posts in
wish communal life.
He is cochairman of the World
Conference of -Jewish- Organiza-
tions: a member of the executive
committee of the Memorial Foun-
dation for Jewish Culture and a
member of the World Council on
Jewish Education.
Another featured speaker at the
three-day conclave will be Don
Shoemaker, editor of the Miami
Herald.
)0 From The Miami Area Will Attend
ISY Southeast Regional Convention
resented will be Temple Emanu-El.
Temple Menorah, Miami Beach:
Beth Torah Congregation. North
Miami Beach: Congregation B'nai
Raphael. Temple Zion. Temple Or
Olom. Beth David Congregation.
Miami: Temple Beth Shalom.
Temple Sinai. Hollywood.
League Of Women Voters Sponsors Public Rallies
The League of Women Voters of munity Center in the Cutler
Metropolitan Dade County will Shupping Center
sponsor three rallies in the next | -
tvo weeks to enable the public to
meet the candidates who have
qualified for the County Commis-
sion race.
The rallies will be held at 8 p.m.
Monday at Liberty Square Audito-
1 num. 6306 NW 14th Ave.: at 8p.m.
| Wednesday at Culmer Center. 490
NW 11th St.; and at 8 p.m. Tues-
day. April 30 at Cutler Ridge Com-
DR. WILLIAM WfXtER
wore than 200 United Synagogue
^uth members and accompany-
; adults will leave South Florida
midnight Thursday. April 25.
a trip to Jacksonville, where
ey will meet an additional 200
lited Synagogue Youth members
| the George Washington Hotel.
the 17th annual convention of
Southeast Region of the United
fnagogue Youth. April 26-28.
Theme of the convention will be
analysis of the Book of Job, and
iiscussion of the problem of good
|d evil. A special faculty has been
signed to teach a series of class-
based on the Book of Job, and
discussion will culminate in a
fsentation of the play MB." by
chibald McLeish.
South Florida congregations rep-
The South Florida delegation
will be headed by David Winton.
national first vice president. Beth
Torah Congregation; Judy Malav-
sky. regional recording secretary.
Temple Beth Shalom, Hollywood;
David Mandel, South Florida pres-
ident. Beth Torah Congregation;
Mark Haddad. South Florida vice
president, Beth Torah Congrega-
tion: and Bonita Blumstein. South
Florida recording secretary. Tem-
ple Sinai. Hollywood.
Also accompanying the group
will be Joseph Golden, chairman of
I the Southeast Region, United Syn-
1 agogue Youth Commission, who
will install the new officers follow-
ing the election which will take
place on Saturday night of the con-
vention.
A highlight of the convention
! will be the awarding of the annual
\ scholarships to Israel, the national
. United Synagogue Youth Camp
I and the USY on Wheels tour of
America. Six USY'ers will be the
lucky recipients of these scholar-
i ships in each category.
The convention will be under
the direction of Rabbi Allen Rut-
chik. director of United Synagogue
of America. Southeast Region.
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Hadassah Luncheon
To Benefit Hospital
Mrs Leonard Rosen
-is :it .1 I'inclieon for
of th>' Miami Bench
Hadassah at their 10010
ii m m Bay Harbor
loon Thui sday, April 25.
mnced bj Mr-. A. Win-
rman o\ the function.
|rs Henry B Wernick is presi-
i the chapter
dward Lewis, national
. :ig chairman of the Ha-
inn Medical Organization, will
it speaker at the luncheon
r mark the participation
i pier member- in the new
l|\. to "Restore. Rebuild and
|;il> .'..ite'" the Hadassah Ilos-
Mount Scopus.
60-b< Rehabilitation Pavilion
lused in the remodeled
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wilding. New quarter!
eated in the former Ha-
^.ih School of Nursing for the
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lassah Youth Center.
- at the luncheon will lx>
| with an exact replica of
that opened the door of
the hospital, given to Hadassah's
nal anal president. Mrs. Charlotte
Jacobson on June 9. when the Six-
Da) War had brought about the
reunion 0f Jerusalem, and the re-
turn to Hadassah oi this hospital.

The Herzl group will hold its
regular monthly meeting at 11:30
a.m. .Monday at the Algiers for
brunch. A cantata -The Seven
Golden Buttons" will be presented
bj Mr-. Lee Coldman. with Olga
1 Bibor Stern at the piano.
Mrs. Milton Weinberg is presi-
dent of the group.
The Stephen S. Wise group will
have its installation luncheon at
11:30 a.m. Monday at the Algiers
Hotel. The event is the annual
tribute to past president- Sam
Reiser will install the officers for
1968-ra. Entertainment will be
provided by Mr.-. Betty Randall,
vocalist.
Mrs. Manning Mintus is chair-
man ot the day and serving as co
chairman is Mrs. Peggy Weiss.
Mrs. Leonard Rosen (seated), who will be the hostess at a
luncheon at her home at noon, Thursday, April 25, of the
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah, is shown with Mrs. A.
Winarick (standing, left), chairman of the event, and Mrs.
Henry B. Wernick, president of the Hadassah ChcDter.
'Y' Fashion Show Is Annual Even!
Pence Corps Is
Topic Of B.B.
Women's Group
Melissa Williams, former Peace
Corps worker who spent 21 months
in Malaysia, will be the guest
sneaker at the revulnr mon'My
meeting of the North Dade Chap-
ter. B'nai B'rith Women at 8:30
p.m. Tuesday at the Washington
Federal Auditorium. 699 NF. lfiT'h
SI North Miami Beach. Mi-- tVil-
j Hams will show a film depicting
'.he work of the Peace Corp-.
The Menorah Chapter of B'nai
B'rith Women will hold a card and
games narty al noon Mondaj at
Freedom House, 3800 Collins Ave
Miami Beach.
The mono will also hold a meet-
ing at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Washington Federal Auditorium.
1234 Washington Ave.. Miami
Beach.
The Y' Women's annual Spring
Fashion Show will be held at noon
Wednesday in the Main Ballroom
of the YM-YWHA of Greater Mi-

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Mrs. Sam Kurland, president of
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I'll will be installed for a second
rear at 8 p.m. Thursday, April 25.
at the Itillel House on the Univer-
sity of Miami campus. 1100 Miller
Dr.. Coral Cables
Installing officer will be Mrs. i
Paul l.ipkin. president of B'nai
B'rith Women District 5. of Nor
folk, Va. Other guests at the in-
ftallation will be Mrs. Maurice
Goldberg, director. B'nai B'rith
Women District 5. and Mrs. Arthur |
Horwitz, fourth vice president.
B'nai B'rith Women District 5.
Other officers to be installed are
Mrs. Arthur Bassman. leadership '
vice president; Mrs. Otto Haehgel. ;
Jund raising vice president: Mrs. \
David Hess, membership vice pres-
ident: Mrs. Robert Gross, treasur-
er: Miss Elise Factor, recording
secretary; Miss Mae 11. Blum, cor-1
responding secretary: Mrs. Moe
Miller, historian: Mrs. Harold Feld- i
man, counsellor; and Mrs. David |
Sachs and Miss Edith Simmons,
trustees.
Academy Women
And FT A Slate
Joint Meeting
The annual joint meeting of He-
brew Academy Women and PTA
will take place at 1 p.m. Wednes-
day at the Hebrew Academy. 2400
Pine Tree Dr.. Miami Beach, it
was announced bv Mrs Samuel
Rosner ami Mrs Harry Rosenberg,
presidents ol the two groups,
Mrs. .Jacob D. Katz is chairman
and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard is hon-
orary life chairman of the project.
Hosting and helping with the
afternoon's activities are Mr-
Leonard Rosen, chairman of the
board; Mrs. Jack Berger, Mrs.
Carl Brandes, Mrs Morris Dubler.
Mrs. Rose Bhrenreich, Mrs. Sam
Farber. Mrs. Joseph Halfon. Mrs.
Oscar Hecker, Mrs. Sue llermon.
Mr-. Rachel Katz Laufer. Mrs.
Murray Gilman. Mrs Joseph Sha-
piro. Mrs. Isidore Spolter and Mrs.
S. Stausholm
. ami. 8500 SW 8th St.
The Y' women will model the
latest fashions to be displayed dur-
ing the show, according to Mrs
I Sandy Bochner. chairman of the
! event.
The models are Esta Halberg.
Eunice Spector, Isabelle Gonshak,
Ruth Aronoff, Lucille Meyers,
Alma Sarnolf. Dottie Pasternak,
Dottie Huntman, Sylvia Slatfa and
Bobbie Symons The pianist will
be .Mrs. Pauline Engel
B'NAI B'RITH Social Singles
will hold a dance at 9 p.m. Satur-
day at the Shelbourne Hotel. 1801
Collins Ave., Miami Beach.
Cancer League
Musical Program
The annual installation of the
Tropical Cancer League will be
held at a luncheon meeting of the
group at noon Friday at the Deau-
ville Hotel.
The highlight of the luncheon
will be a musical program written
and directed by Mrs. Frank Cut-
ler. Mrs. Sanford Kim ball is chor-
eographer for the program.
The cast includes Mrs Edward
Kessler, Mrs. Sanford Kimball.
! Mrs. Ira Kodish. Mrs. Jerry
Schwartz and Mrs. Jerome Silvers,
with Mrs. Harry Bernard at the
piano and narration by Mrs. David
S. Cohen.
Mrs. Joseph Richman and Mrs.
Sidney Burger are in charge of
reservations.
Beth Raphael Sisterhood
The regular monthly meeting of
the Temple Beth Raphael Sister-
hood at the Temple at 8 p.m.
Thursday. April 25. will feature a
presentation entitled "Dedication
to Israel"' by Mrs. Isadore Rosen-
berg. A film. "Children of the K\
odus" will al*o be shown. Mr-.
Hyman .1. Berber is president of
the sroup.
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Friday. April 19, 1968
-Je^istfhrHiar)
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joan brazer
THE VILLAGE BUILDER
Today Israel Is a dream come
true A promised land that is no
long) promised. Palestine is
ours the homeland of the Jews
of tht world.
Bui it was not always like this.
Onci Palestine was jusl a dream
to n thai dedicated their lives
to making that dream a reality.
One oi those men was Abraham
Harzfi Id.
Simon Kushnir in The Village
Builchsr (flerzl Press, $5 95) has
written a tribute to one of the
men whose goal was to establish
agricu tural bases first in the
Jewish Community in Palestine
and then in the New State of
Israel
Through the author's words we
sec Harzfeld emerge as a young
buy living in a I'krainian settle-
m. : during the 1880's. We see
the v armth of a Jewish house-
hold, the exchanging ol gilts on
Purim. the Passover seder and
the bl ntzes eaten on Shavuot to
recall the forgotten land of milk
and h >ney. We see a young boy
slowly become a man.
As the pages of his life turn.
11.11/:, i goes to Yeshiva in Ber-
ditchev and Telz to study. Here
there is a new spirit evolving as
a result of the Russian Revolt in
1905 i nd as a result of the po-
grom.-.
Harzfeld was expelled from
Telz and went on to Vilna, "the
Jerusalem of Lithuanian Jewry."
Her. he became a revolution-
ary by joining the Zionist party.
He was jailed tor confiscating
"illegal" reading matter and
after .. year was given a trial
and exiled to Siberia.
Harzfeld was not just an ordi-
nary man. Kushner tells us; he
could have escaped on his way
into exile but stayed instead to
help fellow prisoners who were
sick and ailing. In Siberia he
helped the Jewish National Fund
and set up an organization for
political exiles. He was always
setting up organizations wher-
ever he went to improve condi-
tions and help those in need.
In 1913 when political amnesty
was extended to all but Jewish
prisoners, Harzfeld escaped and
went to Jaffa. From then on Pal-
estine was hi.s country and he was
dedicated to the Cause o! its sur-
vival.
Harzfeld played a key role in
"Operation Stockade and Tower"
which was aimed at the establish-
ment of Jewish settlements at
strategic points and of penetra-
tion and settlement in areas once
forbidden to Jewish settlements.
One of the most important set-
tlements was at Hanita in West-
ern Galilee. Its occupation was
dramatic and it- survival signifi-
cant,
At the first seder in Hanita,
Harzfeld raised his cup of wine
and said. "This is the first time
that we gather at this place to
recall the Exodus from Egypt,
the move from slavery into free-
dom and independence. We are
only at the start of our journey.
We are still in the wilderness."
In parts the book reads too
much like a text, but it still re-
mains an interesting account of
one of the men who helped build
Israel.
Passover ssder services were held at the
Pavilion for the Aqed of the Jewish Con-
valescent Home of South Florida. Rabbi
Dow Rozencwaiq, spiritual leader of the
Cuban Hebrew Conqreaation and on the
S'aff of the Home, officiated at the services.
New Appointments Are Announced By North Broward
The North Broward Jewish
Federation has organized it- first
divisions to aid in the current cam-
paign on behalf of the United Jew
Ish Appeal and other agencies, it
was announced this week by Lud-
wik Brodzki. Federation president.
Joel Miller, an attorney, has
been named chairman of the Legal
and Accounting Division, with
Carl Schuster, also an attorney.
serving as cochairman.
Ben Salter, a prominent attor-
ney and civic leader, was guest
speaker at the division's first
meeting.
George Bursak has been named
chairman of the Hi Rise and Apart-
ment Division, with E Louis Free-
man. Leo Feldman and Joseph
, Storch serving a> cochairmen.
More than 125 ladies attend,
the first annual luncheon of the
1 Federation's Women's Division.
I Hr a jree-lance write) whose feature
.,,: book and poems have appeared
in .. pub.'.... i u ..- flit Miami \<-u tht
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Young Sophisticate
Club Slates Events
The Young Sophisticates Club of
the YMYWI1A of Greater Miami
'will hold a "Freudian Fling" a
psychological games night, at the
Y' on Thursday. April 25. Danc-
I ing will follow the games.
The special admission for this
night only will be paperback books
which will be shipped to our serv-
; ice men in Viet Nam. An extra
special prize will be made to the
person woo brings the most paper-
back books.
The tirst semi-formal dance of
! die year tor the Young Sophisti-
cates, a social club for single
adults 18 to 28 years of age. will
oe held Saturday. April 27. En-
titled "Some Enchanted Evening."
,t will feature a live band and re-
freshments.
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Mi; Beach hotelman Morris
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leading ravel i ents to a "Miami
Bead rravel Agents Showcase
68" fr< May 1 to 5.
This the third consecutive
yeai \ i Lansbui his co-
hosts ha e invited agents to Miami
B'ncii Zion Chapter
The Miami Beach Chapter 106
of B'nai Zion will meet Thursday
evening April 25. at Washington
federal Auditorium, 1234 Wash-
ington Ave., Miami Beach. Jack
Alexander will be guest speaker
and Bernard Silver will be news
commentator.
Beach on a familiarizati
Lasl year attendance ex. i
2.750 N- ol the agen -
this year have visit
. within the i ast I
Mr. Lansburgh, owner-opi
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oceanfront room- in seven Miami
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Sherry Frontenac, Casablanca,
Crown, Eden Roc, Versailles and
Saxony The Sans Souci and Cad-
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visiting agents.
New Y Group Formed
A new YMHA group for young
married couples under 28 year- oi
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Jj To Hold Kites For Holocaust Victims
The Haccabee Lodge of B'nai Sol Kcnner. I. Victor Amenl n;i]
B'rith will present a memorial vey Riehman and Sam s
service for the six million Jews vice presidents; Raymond Bi ,
who lost their lives at the hands recording secretary; Louis
of the Nazis at 8 p.m Tuesday in son. financial secretary
the Forte Towers North Building, ('.racer, corresponding -, A
1200 West Ave Herman Auerbach. treasi
Tin- service will be conducted "" Zcker chaplait
by Rabbi Max Zukorand cantorial Kosenb''rti- wanl'"
arrangements l>\ Saul Breeh,
Guesl speaker for the evening
u ill he '/.r\ Kogan, who will dis-
cuss "Thai Great Tragedy and
The Living Memorial."
Joseph R Mondres was installed
ecently as president >> t Maccabee
Lodge L'.^Tf B'nai B'rith. for a
second term
Other officers installed included:
Gerstein Is Speaker
State Attorney Richard f <,,.,..
stein will address thi
meeting of Kodcsh Lodgi
B'rith to be held at 8 p n
day, April 25. a! the YV.
Greater Miami. B600 SW ;: s>
Leaders of the Miami Beach Zionist Lunch-
eon Club concluded their :fr.al meetinq of
the season with discussion of plans for the
"Evening with Roberta Peters" to be pre-
sented bv the South Florida Districts of the
ZOA at 8:30 p.m. Saturday at the Mianv
Beach Auditorium. Shown -seated (from left)
are: Cantor Saul Breeh, club chairman;
Jacob C. Fishman; Tillie Fierman and Fannie
Neidoff. Standing (from left1 are: Joseph
Alter, treasurer- Mortimer Mav, Dast na-
tional ZOA president; Sidney Ravmond,
national vice president; Gil RaDpaport,
Southeast Region director and Max Fierman.
corresponding secretary.
Roberta Peters To Feature Renditions Of Israeli Favorites
' Jerusalem of Gold." Naomi tion of America Also included in Mis? Peters'
S lemer's ballad inspired by Is- The concert. "An Evening with program will be selections by Han
rael's Six-Day War. will be in Roberta Peters." will be presented del. Balfe. Verdi. Bellini. Dor.i/etti.
i tided in the repertoire of Roberta at 8:30 Saturday evening at the Flotow and other classical, semi-
leters in the concert starring the Miami Beach Auditorium. classical and popular favorites
i.med coloratura soprano and Sharing the program with Miss The entire proceeds from the
- HMisored by the South Florida Peters will be the noted cellist, concert have been earmarked for
! istricts ot the Zionist Organiza- Leo Rostal. Israel youth projects
^ar Steve.i Rosenberg School. He is a member of the
Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs. j Temple youth group. B'nai Mitz
1 urray Rosenberg, will be called van, plays accordion, draws, and is
l p for his Bar Mitzvah on Satur- interested in sports.
day, April 20. at Beth Israel Con- im .., f.
negation. Miami Beach ,, R^v R mV'"^" "', "'k'"
| mg Bairv s Bar Mitzvah will be
A student at the Hebrew Acad- his grandparent-. Mr and Mrs.
< n.\. Steven plans to continue his Herman Stein: Mr. and Mrs. Dan
- udies at the Mesivta High School I Stein and cousins Alan and Mindy
c Greater Miami. i Stein.

He is a member of the Beth Is- ., ...
i el Choir. c, **" Le,dner
i Steven Jeffrey, son of Dr. and
A champagne reception and Mrs. Ralph Leidner. will become
): wn party will be held in his ] Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. April 20,
fa mor on Sunday. April 21 at Temple Beth Am.
Steven is in the seventh grade
at Palmetto Junior High.
The celebrant will be honored at
a party in his home Saturday eve
nins. Helning him celebrate his
Bar Mitzvah will be his maternal
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. I. B.
Asadow. of Cleveland. Ohio.

Sheldon Eryjler
Sheldon, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Martin Engler. 880 NE 178th St.,
will observe his Bar Mitzvah at
Beth Torah Congregation Saturday
morning. April 20
An eighth grade student at John
F. Kennedy Junior High. Sheldon
is a fifth year student at Harold
Wolk Religious School, rabbi of
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James Alan Green
James Alan, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Sanfbrd M Green, will celebrate
h;s Bar Mitzvah Saturday, April
2'). at Temple Israel of Greater
jiliami. with Dr. Joseph Narot.
; uritual leader, officiating.
A reception will be held in
3 intes' honor Saturday evening at
the Green home. 12220 NE Miami
v North Miami.
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Ann Gordon
Ann. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
1 alph Gordon. 2100 NE 197th Ter..
\ ill observe her Bas Milzvah at
leth Torah Congregation Friday
< ening. April IS.
Steven leidner Steven Rosenberg
tail party honoring the celebrant
at the Benjamin Waldman Hall of
Temple Or Oloin Sunday after-
noon.
Among the guests present will
be Mark's maternal grandmother.
Mrs. Sarah Chapmick. of Pater-
1 son. N.J.. and a number of others
, from out of town.
Ann is a student of Harold Wolk 'be Student Congregation, and will
be a member of the Confirmation
class of 1969
A reception and dinner will be
given in his honor at the Biscayne
Terrace Hotel Sunday evening
Religious School and will become
a member of the Confirmation
i ass of 1969.
*
Barry Pasco
Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
l.am Pasco. will be called to the
Torah as a Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
(ay. April 20. at 11 a.m. services
of Temple Sinai of North Dade. to
be held at Washington Federal Au-
< itorium. 699 NE 167th St.
Ronnie Schorehart
Ronnie Mae. daughter of Mr
and Mrs. Lawrence Schorehart.
19881 NE 24fh Ave.. will observe
| her Bas Mitzvah at Beth Torah
Congregation Friday. April 19.
Barry is in the seventh grade at Ronnie Mae is a student of the
.l.ihn F Kennedy Junior High, and fifth year in Harold Wolk Religious
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Mark Ginsberg
On Saturday. April 20. at the
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Olom, Mark, son of Mr. and Mrs
Paul Ginsberg. 8030 SW 17th St..
will become Bar Mitzvah.
A seventh grade honor student
at West Miami Junior High. Mark
was the recipient of a cash prize as
well as winning a blue ribbon for
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Mr. and Mrs. Ginsberg will host
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New Cargo Vessel
To Start Weekly
Run To Jamaica
Dade County officials will join
with representatives of the Ja-
maican government here Saturday
at the unveiling of a new SI.500.000
cargo ship which will immediately
heuin regular weekly runs between"
Jacksonville, Miami and Kingston.
The ship, owned by Narwhal
Lines. Ltd.. is the ".Jamaican Pro-
vider"a 300 foot freighter of a
radical new design to provide for
simplified roll-on roll-off dispatch
of cargo.
Narwhal Lines is jointly owned
by Sir Roland Symonette of the
Bahamas and Eagle. Inc., pioneer
Miami-based transportation firm.
"This ship will open up a new
trade between tho United States
and Jamaica," said Joe Teitel-
baum. executive vice president of
Eagle, Inc. "It will mean that
cargo between Florida and Ja-
maica can be moved by sea in 44
hours or less and from Miami and
Jacksonville by rail and truck
throughout the nation."
sot nntiBAUM
Free Loan Group Meets
The Greater Miami Hebrew Free
Loan Assn. will hold a meeting at
8 p.m. Sunday at the Miami Beach
Federal Savings Auditorium. Isa-
dora Schwartz, president, will give
a mid-year report to the member
ship and plans will lie discussed
for a membership drive.
EDDIE CANTOR, the late come-
dian, was president of the Jewish
Theatrical Guild.
Religious School At
Sky Lake Named For
Wm. & Sarah Udell
The Religious School of Sky
Lake Synagogue will be named
after William and Sarah Udell,
parents of Lawrence and Flmer
Udell anil Reba Linetsky. who,
! along with Mrs. Elmer Udell and
Harry Linetsky, will he guests of
honor at the congregation's annual
dinner Saturday evening. April 27
at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel
Abe Panior, recently elected
! president of Sky Lake Synagogue,
who announced the memorial trib-
ute to William and Sarah Udell,
said that the Udell family was bc-
! ing honored for their service and
I support of Orthodox Judaism.
Members of the dinner arrange-
, p,..fS committee are Mr. and Mrs.
Julius Kaplan and Mr. and Mrs.
Russell Scherfer.
The dinner committee includes
.Mrs. Brucbe Rosen, chairman, Mr.
and Airs. Ben Barg. Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Efros, Louis .1. Grossman.
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kestin. Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Lieberman. Mr.
and Mrs. Leo Nelson and Mr. and
Mrs. I. Al Spector.
Sam Cohodas of Sarasota
was honored recently at an
Israel Bond dinner which
raised S300.000 in bonds. Mr.
Cohodas was cited for his
many
Israel.
years of service to
Hudson County Club
The Hudson County Club will
hold a meeting and spring festival
with entertainment and refrcsh-
i ments at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the
auditorium of the Washington Fed-
i eral Bldg.. 1234 Washington Ave..
1 Miami Beach.
Miami Delegates
To Attend National
JWB Convention
Four leaders of the YM-YWI \
"of Greater Miami will attend the
1968 Biennial Convenlion of tIn-
National Jewish Welfaie Board to
be held from April 24 to April 28
in San Francisco.
The official delegates from t ie
Miami area are: Mr. and Mrs,
Paul Faske. Leon Kaplan and Ef
raim 11. Gale. Mr. Faske. honorary
president of the YM-YWHA of
Greater Miami, this month re-
tired after 3 years of dedicated
' service as president of the YMHA.
Mr. Kaplan, a past president of
: the Miami YMHA, is presently a
. "Y" board member. Mr. Gale is
j the executive director of the YM-
YWHA of Greater Miami.
The convention will launch JWB
i on its second half-century of serv-
ice as the national association of
[Jewish Community Centers and
YM-YWHAs and the Department
1 of Defense-accredited agency 'o
meet the religious, welfare and
morale needs of Jewish military
personnel, their families, and hos-
pitalized veterans.
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LEGAL NOTICE
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78534-A
Ki lali !'
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,e.-l-oil
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
II Creditors mid All Persons Hnv-
'latlBS "i* Itcmauds Against Bald
,11 are hereby notified and requlr-
i >< any claims and demands
I, vou may have against the
I:,!,, of MILTON WEHNBERO, de-
[i-i.l late of I >:!- County, Florida,
'ounty Judges of Dude County.
,,i hi,- the name In duplicate and on
tided In Section 733.16, Florida
tin* --. In their offices in the County
nihouse in bade County. Klorida.
; iii : t\ ralendar months from the
, i.i i ho first publication hereof.
ihe wiljv will be barred.
Dated a| Miami. Klorida. this 29 day
Mania. A.I). I96
jean weinkkr";
Am Executrix
Ik'-i-l publication of this notice on
I, Mil da] of April. I9W.
i.m:x kaiier
Iii,.i nr-\ for Ex. I'utrix
V- Amsley Building
linml, Florid*
4/..-12-I9-26
in THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78529-B
HE: Estate of
IITIH'K DKKVICH
11,-coaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
AH Creditor! and All Persons Ilav-
i- Claim* or Demand! Against Said
|:- le
You are hereby notified and required
present any claims and demands
ii,i. n mil nuiy have against the
U of ARTHUR DREVICH de-
. -,-d late of Dade County, Florida,
I he County Judges of Dade County,
ml filo (he Kame In duplicate and aa
rovkled in Section 711-18, Florida
-..lutes, in their offioea In the County
.urt house in Dado County, Florida,
in -i\ >tiP n.liir months from the
mi, of ttio first publication hureof,
. same will he barred.
I.ited at Miami, Florida, this N day
March, AD. l68
SYLVIA DREVICH
As Kxr. -ulrix
t publication ,,f this noilee on
' Hi da, of April. I96S
IIKVTN, OOODMAN HOLTZMAN
.......v for Executrix
n s. ybold Building
.in,. Klorida
___________i. 5-18-19-26
N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 78398-B
UK: Estate "f
|ls W'.KL KHi'EKER
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
If,, aii creditors and All Parsons Hav-
iiK Claims or Demands Against Said
I
You are hereby notified and required
present any claims and demands
i tiu-h you may have against the
late of ISAHKI, KRHEGER de-
-,-d late of Dade County. Florida,
,i the County Judged of Dade County,
ml file the same in duplicate and as.
I provided In Section 783.16. Klorida
[statutes, in their offh-es in tin County
iiurtlwiise ii) Dade County. Klorida.
ithin tdx ralendar months from the
line ef the first publication hereof,
r the aume will he barred.
I>at>*i at Miami. Klorida, this 29th
.v of March. AD. 1968.
is m x>it kiii'i>;i-:it
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
he Rtfi day of .March, 1968.
YBRK. KAPI-AN A PORTER
I rtfliml O. Egcrt
\itrony for Executor
|l is s.W. 1st Street
ami. Florida 33131)
4 'ji-lg.lt-U
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 76673-B
In RE: Batate of
1'KTTA BHATTAN
Doceaeed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
AU Creditors and AU Persons Hav-
ing Claim* or In mand Against Said
)-.IkU-:
Vou are hereby notified and requir-
pd to present any claims or demand.-.
*hich you may have against the estate
if YKTTA SHATTAN deceased late
I- f Dado County, Klorida. to the County
[Judges of Dade County, and file ihe
.ine in duplicate and an provided fu
[.-'"-Ham 7:13.16, Klorida Statutes in their
nfflcae in the County Courthouse in
[P .'V County, Klorida, within six
.U-odar month* from the time of
the Unit publication hereof, or the
I same will bo barred.
Dated ut Miami, Klorida, this 7th
day of October, AD, 196fc
SHIRLEY WOOLK
^r, Arthur Oodfrey Road
Miami Beach. Klonda 33140
Aa Administratrix
Kirst publication of this notice on
Uuj of Oitober. AD. 1967.
sillltl.KY WOOI.F
Mlorney Kor Kstate
>-< Arthur (Jodfrey lload
Miami Itoach, Klorida
3/^9 6/5-U-19
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
, Np. 78146
In RH: Kstate of
ni.lKT HARTMAN BURR
1 It-,-,-a- ,|
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All I', r-ons llav-
Ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Kstate:
You are hereby notified and requll"-
' d lo preaent any claims and dfinands
-vlin-h you may haw against the
estate of JULIET HARTMAN HI'ltK
leceased late of Dade County. Florida.
to the County .in,In of Dade County.
md ill,' the same in duplicate and as
provided In Beotlon 711.16, Florida
Statutes, in their office* in the County
i ourthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within m\ calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will he barred.
, Dated at Miami. Klorida. this ^liih
'ay of March, a D lsiiS.
s/MOIUtIS S. UI'RR
As Executor
1 nt publication of ibis notice on
i.".'.;';''.n ''-,v '"' learch, IMS
11 Mtoi.l) ZINN
Mtorney for
MORRIS 8. Hl'RK
519 Dade Federal Building
J/r!9 4/r.-l-19
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LEGAL NOTICE
BY HENRY LEONARD
rv\ECTlH6
T0N1TE
SELECTION \ i \
fc-\ L/
"Then it is agreed that above all else ... our new
Rabbi should play golf in the low 70's!"
Copr 196), Dlyanu Pioductmnt
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78429-A
In RE: Estati (
aim 'leu mi u:i ivrra
a k a AH' il.l'l! Hi IKVITZ
AImh.imi HOUOVITZ
i llfCtSI--. NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing claims or Demands' agalna! Said
Kstate:
You are heroby noflfl, d and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
; which you may have agalnut the
slat,- of ADul.l'll Hi id ,\ I'l /. a/k/ii
Mini.I-U HoRVITZ d......a.-e.l late of
n.oie County, Florida, to the County
JUdgel of Dad, County, and file the
same in duplicate and as iirovlded In
Se.iion 7SS.lt, Klorj.ia Statutes, ill
their offices in ih, County Courthouse
i in n.ole Cuniy, Klorida. within -ix
calendar month* from the time of
the first publication hereof, or the
same will be bailed.
Dated at .Mixmi. Klorida. this -' .ih
dal of March, AD. IMS.
HKK1II.VA HOUOVITZ
JOSEPH HARVEST
As i-:xe,-mors
First publication of this notice on
i the 88th day of Mar-h, \'J6n.
HENRY N'< UtTON
Attorney for Bxeoutora
1406 Blscayne Building
Miami, Klorida
3 1'9 4 -.-1U'-19
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
KOTICB IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in bUsilles* I11,,J,-r- Ih,. fli-tllious nalll.
LEGAL NOTICE
Of ACTION I'ltINT, ACTION I'liKSS. I MARY HAA
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 7*52
In RE: Kstate of
ACTION Dl'PMCATINO, at 916 i:
8th Aye., Hlaleah, Put., Inteud(s) to
register said names with ihe cierh i
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Klorida
COPY SERVICE OF HIAI.KAH, INC.
A Florida Corp,
3/29 4 5-12-11
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NOTICE OF SUIT
OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 68-4886
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MERCEDES I.KSMKZ,
Plaintiff,
vs.
MANI'KI. I.KS.MKZ,
Defendant.
TO: MANI'KI. I.KSMKZ
3506 29th Street, E-4
Astoria, New York
You are hereby notified that a Hill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed .ikainM you, and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your A'nswcr
or Pleading to the Bill of Complaint
on the Plaintiff's Attorney. AIJ1KKT
Wll.rTNSKY. M-118 Hiscayiic lildg..
Miami, Klorida. and file the original
Answer or Pleading iu the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 26 day of April, 1968. If you
fall to do so. judgmeut by default will
be taken against you for the relief
demanded In the Hill of Complarnt.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FliOKIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Klorida, this 27 day of March. A.D.
1968.
K B. WEATHERMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court,
Dade County, Kkirida
By K. M. LYMAN,
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal 1
AIJIERT WII.ENSKY.ESQ.
M-MX Blscayne Bldg.
19 W. Flagler St., Miami. Kin.
i:
sell.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Agalnsl Said
Estate:
You are hen by notified and requir-
ed lo pros,-ill any claim* anil ,1, inands
which you may have against the
estati ol mauy HAAO deceased late
of Dade County, Florida, to the
Count) Judge* of Dade County, and
file the same In duplicate and as pro-
vided In Section 7X3.16, Florida Stat-
uies, in their office in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Klorida,
within six ralendar months from the
lime of the first publication hereof.
or the same will lie barred.
Hilled at Miami, Klorida, this 2Mb
day oi March, A.D, 1968.
HMK'tY J POUZKIl
As Executor
Kirst publication of this noli
the 5th diiv of April. 1968.
M.\l.cof.M H. FRIEDMAN
attorney for Executor
223 S. E. First Street
Miami, Klorida
t .',-12-19-26
on
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERHIIY OIVEN that
tho undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the. fictitious name
of NAPPY'S PIZZA PARUm AND
KAillDY PCH at 35 N.K. 167 Street,
North Miami Beach. Klorida intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
TAMMY ENTERPRISES. INC,
Klorida Corporation
Sole Owner
PAl'I. KWITNBY of
SII-VERSTEIN. KWITNBY and
UOUDI88
Attorneys for
TAMMY ENTERPRISES, INC
420 I Jacob) Road
Miami Beach. Florida
4 .1-12-19-26
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 63038
IN KB: Kstate of
JOHN HltKNKACS a/k/a
JOHN BRANCAS
Doceaeed
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my FinaJ Report and Petition
for Distribution imd Final Discharge
as Administrator C. T. A. of the estate
of JOHN BHENKAfS a/k/a JOHN
BRKNCAS. deceased: and that on the
;nth day of April. 1968, will apply to
the Honorable County Judges of Dade
County, Florida, for approval of said
Final Report and for distribution and
flnul discharge as Administrator
t*. T. A. of the estate of the above-
named decedent. This 5th day of March.
MAIjCOI-M h. krikdman
/M A l 19 MAI/.-OI.M H. FRIEDMAN
aus 4 '"'-'" I Attorney
I?3 S. E. First Street,
Mioini, Florida
3 29 4/5-13-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
Civil Action No. 68-3291
NOTICE OF SUIT
OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
KCNICK \v. lU'ROER
Plaintiff.
YS
ItoiiK.ItT A BCROER,
Ii, I, n.lam
TO: MR. ROBERT A. BI'ROER
Residence Pnknown
Y.-u, HUBERT A Bl'RGEB are here-
by notified thai a Kill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed agalnal
you, and you are to serve a copy of
your Answer or Pleading to the Bill
of Complaint on the Plaintiff* At-
torney; DI'NN and JOHNSON. 41fi
Blscayne Building, 19 West Flagler
Street, Miami. Floridu 33130, and tile
the original Answer or Pleading In
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Courl on or before the 3rd day ,,f
May, 1968. If you fall to do so, Judg-
ment by default will be taken agalnsl
vou for the relief demanded in the
mil of Complaint
This notice shall be published once
each week for four i-onsecullve weeks
in THE JEWISH Kl.< HtlDIA N.
DONE AND OHDKIJKI) at Miami.
Klorida, this 2",th day of March, 1968
i: H I.EATHEKMAN
Clerk, i 'Ircull Court.
Had, County, Klorida
By: MAIdil'KIHTK KENT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit <'"urt Seal)
DI'NN and JOHNSON
4111 Blscuj lie Building
Miami. Florida 331S0
Attorneys for Plaintiff
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERV
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
No. 68-4930
FERNANDO HAI.Im i.vikro.
Plaintiff,
VIVIAN ItAI.DOMKltO.
Del, iidiinl
TO VIVIAN BALDOMERO
'.i:, Van vVaganen Avenue
Jersey city, New Jersey
You. VIVIAN BAI.IsiMERO. :,i *
hereby notified that a BUI of Complali :
for Divorce has been filed again*
you. and you are reojuired to serv
a copy ,,f your Answer or Pleading '
the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff I
attorney. I.KSTKIl ROOERB, EStJ
MS N.W. 14ib Street, .Miami. Florid
I 38186, and file the original Answer o
Pleading in Ihe offli.....f the Clerk
tin' circuit Court on or before the X
day of May. 1968. If you fail to do si
Judgment by default will be take
Bgainai \ou for the relief demand,
in the BUI of Complaint.
This notii Bhall be published m
each week for four consecutive weel *
in THE JEWISH Kl.ouil ilAN
DONE WD ORDERED at Mlnm
Florida, this ;x day of Mareh. A I
i'ii,-
B i: WEATHERMAN, Clerk .
Circuit Court. Dade County.F......
By: K. M l.YM.w Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seali
LESTER RtMl KRS, ESQ
999 N W 14th Street
Miami, Klonda SSI36
4 5-12-19-26
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 78189-C
In RE: Estate of
IKVINC l.KKNKR.
u/k/a IB VINO H. LERNER,
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All ("reditors and All Persons
llaviiig claims or Demands
Against Said Kstate:
Vou ar. hi reby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which vou may have against the pa-
late Of 1RVINH I.EBNEB :i k a 1BV-
IMi II I.KItNKl:, d, ceased late of
Dude County. Florida, to ih,- County
Judges of Dad,- County, and file the
-nine in duplicate .md as provided In
Section 788.16, Florida Statutes. In
their offices iii the County Courthouse
ill Dade County, Klorida, within six
calendar months from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the -......
will be barred. .....
Dated at Miami. Klorida, this L.m
daj of March, A i>. I968.
DOI.l.Y I.KItNKK
As Administratrix
Kirst iiublicntiou of this notice on
the Mb day of April. 1968
Ko.MMKI.. KOI iKits. I.ORBER
& SHKNKMAN
Attorney for Administratrix
4:0 IJncoln Rond,
Miami Beach, Florida ( ,.,,.,.,
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 68-5124
NOTICE OF SUIT
CAPITA!. FILM I.AROHATORIE8
INC.. a Delaware eorporation,
Plaintiff.
vs.
MOVIE MASTERS, INC.. a Florida
corporation. WII.UAM J. JIIOO.
individually, and ItoSS-i: AKI'N'EV.
INC.. a New York corporation,
Defendants.
TO: ROSS-CAKKNEy. INC.
21 West 46th Street
Manhattan. Now York,
New York .
YOU AND EACH OF VHP ARE
HEREBY NOTIFIED that a suit has
been brought against you by CAPITAL
FILM LABORATORIES, INC. u Dela-
ware corporation, plaintiff, to fore-
,-i..... i, certain S (Chattel Mortgage) more particularly
described iii the Complaint filed in
this suit, which Security Agreement
(Chattel Mortgage! encumbers the
following described property, to wit:
That certain feature-length 35 mm.
color motion picture entitled "Oavilan"
Including but not limited to all original
negatives, dupe negatives, fine grain
masters, stock shots, work prints.
answer prints, release prints, md all
sound tracks (optical and magioti')
all rights to thi literary material upon
which tin photoplay In based (script),
all music and lyrics synchronised wiih
ih, phoi..i,i;,y and all rights to ihe
title. "Cavilno"
ami f..r oib.r rnllef, and you are re-
rjulred lo file your answer i" said
Coini.laini. with the Cl> rk of the
above -i- Ii d '" and lo servt :i
, ,,, : hi >-,..,' on nlalnilfl aim ii. \.
ITALTRRS ".iiii'I-: t i.,s'-v\yn
[Oi v,,,.'. pi'Ming Miami Floridn,
not Imi.i- Ihnn 'l ; dn.v of May, ''."''s
in default "i- v i,i.i, -i, .i Cnmiilalni
w;n he laki n ismfi ii rt bj < "ii
DATED at M'nml, I'loriila. this Snd
day of Anrll. 1968.
E r. LEATHEBMAN
Clerk of the Circuit Court
By KM. LYMAN
Deputy Clerk
l B-1S-19-M
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERV
No. 68-4680
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MAX1NB MARIE COOKERLY.
I'laiutiff
DANIEL BAY COOKEKLY,
Defendant
TO: DANIEL KAY COOKEKLY
O/o Oenoral Delivery
Redwood City, California
You. DANIEL KAY OOOKEItLV.
are hereby notified that a Bin ol Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are re.tuind to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney, orover C8-
MENT WEINSTE1N & STACKER.
420 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach. Flo-
rida and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
Srd day of May. 1968. If you fail to do
bo, judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Hill Of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
ill THE JEWISH KM1RIDIAN.
DONE) AND ORDERED at Miami.
Klorida, this 86th day of March A.D.
1968
E. It. I.KATHKRMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County. Klonda
By: C. 1*. 1.TOPBI.AND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal!
SHKRW1N STAI'BBR. ESQ.
Attorney for Plaintiff ^ 4/J.M.M
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No. 68-4713
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR DIVORCE
DOROTHY ANN ORIBIIEN.
Plaintiff
RICHARD RAYMOND C.RIBBKN.
Defendant
TO: RICHARD RAYMOND C.RIBBKN
791 River .Mount Drive
Apartment 1C
Pittsburgh 7. Pennsylvania
You, RICHARD RAYMOND ORIB-
IIEN. are hereby notified that a Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and >,,u are rcjulreil to
serve ii copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing lo ihe Complaint for l'i>>.......n
the Plaintiff's attorney, Ronald l,
DAVIS, ESQ., 417 Blscayne Building-
19 \v. Flagler Street, Miami, Florida
SS130 Phone: 879-2851, and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the ci,ik of the Circuit Oourl
on or before the Srd da) of May. 1968
If vou fail to do -n. judgment by de-
fault "ill be taken against you for
the relief demanded In the Complaint
for Divorce
rills NOTICE shall be published
......a,h week for four consecutive
weeks III THE JEWISH KUlKll'IAN
IKtXE AVI) ORDEKHT* iit Miami.
Florida, ibis -" day of March. 1968
i: i: LEATHEBMAN, clerk
Circuit Courl
Dade County. Florida
By: .M AKCI'EKITE KKNT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Curt Seul)
i. 29 4,3-12-19
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
No. 68-4956
KAY SANS, previous!) known as
lit VINO 8CHAENMAN,
PlalTftlff
MARIE HELENE sans, previously
known as
M Mill-: HELENE SCUAKN.MAN.
TO: MARIE HELENS SANS
previously known as
MARIE HBLEXE SCHAENMA:
kail Shore Avenue. Apt. No. 1.-4
Ling Beach, Long Island
New York
You, MARIE HELENS SANS, ar
hereby notified that a Bill of Complau -
for Divorce has been filed against you
and you are required to serve a cop.
of your A nswer or Pleading to fh-
Dilf of Complaint on the Plaintiff-
attorney, PAl'I. KWITNKY. 420 Lin-
coln Road. Miami IJeach, Klorida ano.
file the original Answer or Pleading ii
the office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the Sth day o'
May. 1968. If you fall to do so. judg
men! by default will be taken again-'
you for the relief demanded in th
Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published one
each week for four consecutive week-
in THE JEWISH FliOKIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED nt Miami
Klorida, this 28th rtav of March A.D
1968.
B. B. I.KATHKRMAN. Clerk
Circuit court. Dade County, Klorida.
By: L SNKKDKN.
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
PAVI. KWITNBY of
SI1.VEI1STEIN. KWITNKY
& OOt'DISS
ISO Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Klorida
4/3-12-19-:'
Iri THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78453-C-Clark
In RK: Estate of
ADEI.A1DA B. JEWETT.
1 locea-ed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demands
Against Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and. requirer
to present any claims and demands
which vou may have against the es-
tate of ADELAIDA B. JEWETT, do-
ceased late f Dade County. Klorida
io the County Judges ol Dade County
and file the same In duplicate and as
provided in Section 78.1.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida
within sis calendar months from tin-
time of the first puhli.titioii hereof
or the name will he barred.
Dai.,1 iu Miami. Florida, this 29lh
day of March. A.D. 1968.
first publication of this
the
notice on
Mb diiv of April. 1!>68.
ALFRED K JEWETT
\- Executor
HARRIS AND S1RKIN
Attorm j for Executor
12th Floor. Dade Federal Bldg.
Miami. Florida 88181
4 5-12-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY OIVEN '
the undi rsigii.d. desiring t" engag, in
business under the fictitious iiain. "t
SYBIL'S, at M West Flagler Street
Miami. Florida, intend lo register -. d
name with the Clerk ol the Circuit
Conn of Dade County, Florida
M W VVKTTZ
SYBIL Wl'.iry.
ROBERT WEITZ
sol. COHEN
MYERS. KAPLAN ,v PORTER
Attorneys for applicants
Suite ::4, KI, veil Flifty Bldg.
1 ISO S.W First Street
Miami, Florida 3:1 RIO
4 .-,-12-19:6


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