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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
April 26, 1968

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Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
April 26, 1968

Subjects

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:02047

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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Succeeded by:
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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE IEWISH WEEKLY
slume 41 Number 17
Miami. Florida, Friday. April 26. 1968
Two Sections Price 2Gc
'Israel Week' Is
[Proclaimed Here
flRST TIMl IN fAST JCMSAllU
The Rabbinical Associa-
tion of Greater Miami has
proclaimed the week of April
28 May 4 as "Israel Inde-
pendence Week," in honor of
the 20th anniversary of the
Jewish State.
Issued in the name of the
Association by its president.
Dr. Irving Lehrman. the
proclamation called upon all
synagogues and temples to
"mark this historic event
with appropriate festivities
which will highlight the role
which the rebirth of Israel
has played in the life of
world Jewry as well as in
the world community."
Calling for an "all-out ef-
fort for the Combined Jewish
Appeal Israel Emergency
Fund campaign which is
quickly drawing to a close."
the proclamation declared.
"With the precarious posi-
tion in which Israel finds
herself as she embarks on
her third decade, the need
for increased assistance and
concern are most evident.
Through our total efforts to
the CJA-IEF, the humane
and welfare needs of count-
less numbers will be pro-
vided.*'
Israel Rejects Jordan
Protest Over Parade
Soviets Name 'Jewish'
Delegation for U.S. Visit
JERUSALEM (JTA>Israel will
not call off its Independence Day
military parade in Jerusalem on
May 2 despite a Jordanian protest
to the United Nations Security
Council, it was learned here this
week.
B <
It
NEW YORK (JTAtThe Ameri
in Council for Judaism confirmed
jis week that it had invited Chief
(sbbi Yehuda Leib Levin of Mos-
to participate in the 25th
nniversary conference of the anti-
onist organization in May. but
|t dented in a statement that there
pd been any negotiations between
"and any representative ot the
_jviet Union pertaining to the in-
tation to Rabbi Levin or to any
tar matter."
The Council's statement follow-
the disclosure by the Soviet
3,000 IN MOSCOW
ATTEND SERVICES
PARIS (WNS>More than
li.OOO Jews attended Pass-
over eve services in three
Moscow synagogues. Moscow
and its suburbs have an es-
timated Jewish population of
500.000. This was the first
time in many years that
there was no shortage of
matzoh and tens of thou-
<-:< iitls of Jews were able to
conduct the traditional Pass-
over Seder.
I Embassy in Washington that ar
j rangements had been completed |
i for the visit here of a "Jewish re- j
1 ligious delegation" designated by I
the Soviet government in coopera-
lion with the Council.
The Embassy did not identify
the members of the delegation ex-
cept to state that one of the mem-
bers would be a rabbi. The Em-
! bassy said the delegation would
j arrive in Mav and tb*f forums
| had been arranged by the Council
| in cooperation with the Embassy.
The Council said that Rabbi
i Levin had accepted its invitation
on April 5 but asked that "because
>i recent surgery the invitation be
c'Xtended to associates ol his who
would come in his stead." The
statement added that the Council
had. earlier, postponed its confer-
ence and "it is now hoped that
IIan improvement in Rabbi Levin's
I health will enable him to attend
on th.it new date." A Council
I spokesman told JTA the new date
Lould be in the Fall. The Soviet
I Embassy, however, made it clear
Mthat it expected the delegation in
! May, as previously announced.
The Council for Judaism said
Continued on Page 2-A
The parade, marking the 20th
anniversary of Israel's indepen-
dence, is scheduled to begin in
East Jerusalem.
Informed quarters said that Is-
rael would probably withhold its
official reply to the Jordanian
complaint until it was known what
action the Security Council Presi-
dent intends to take. The Council
is headed this month by Yacov
Malik, chief of the Soviet delega-
tion, to whom the protest was
addressed.
It is known here that most U.N.
members disapprove of the parade
being held in Jerusalem, and es-
pecially its routing through the
Old City. Observers recalled that
last year the General Assembly
called on Israel to take no steps
to change the pre-June war status
of the Old City, which Israel has
since united with the rest of Jeru-
salem.
Because of official disapproval.
foreign diplomats have not been
invited to the Jerusalem parade
Military attaches of the various
embassies are expected to attend
since their presence will have no
political signiticance.
Israelis Score Poland
at Ghetto Ceremonies
Jews Under Pressure
Accept Gomulka Bid
LONDON (WNS) The pace of
Jewish emigration from Poland
li. been going on at the rate ot
I)ne hundred per month since Po
Communist Party boss Wlad
law Gomulka asserted that Jews
n Poland wishing to leave the
[country would be free to do so.
[according to reports reaching here
fi om Warsaw,
There was no indication as to
ow many of those Jews ielt for
|srael since the Dutch Embassy,
ihich represents Israel in the ab-
sence of diplomatic ties between
|the two countries, has re I used to
release any figures.
According to unconfirmed re-
Iporrs, some 600 Poland's estimated
[30 COO Jews have already taken
ivontage of Hie Gomulka offer.
|The rate of Jewish exodus trorn
Poland, according to another re-
pert, is twice as high as it was
before the Israel-Arab War of last
June.
- Meanwhile, it appears that the
anti-Jewish campaign in Poland is
gaining greater momentum, now
reaching out to the state-supported
Yiddish Theatre, whose scintillat-
ing star and director. Ida Kamin-
ska. has been the pupil of the eye
among theatre goers in Poland and
.; broad.
The Yiddish Theatre, according
to a leading Polish newspaper, has
committed the crime of failing to
Jenounce Zionism and press re-
oits iii the Western world about
olish anti-Semitism.
In Lublin, meanwhile, five Jews
Continued on Page 3-A
TEL AVIV (JTA) Thousands
of Israelis attended a huge rally
here this week commemorating
the 25th anniversary of the War-
saw Ghetto uprising at which the
Polish Communist regime was as-
sailed for its current anti-Jewish
campaign.
The rally, which was called by
the World Organization ot Polish
Jews, was attended by Prime Min-
ister Levi Eshkol to demonstrate
the government's support of Polish
Jewry though he did not speak.
The principal speaker, Informa-
tion Minister Israel Galilee, de-
scribing the current campaign
against Polish Jewry as "a night-
mare" denounced M. Roicnek, the
Polish Deputy Minister of Culture,
who used the occasion of the ob-
servance of the ghetto revolt anni-
versary in Warsaw to accuse "Zi-
onists' of using Nazi methods
against the Arabs and to char.ge
| ihat world Jewrv had deserted
Polish Jews during the Naii occu-
pation.
Mr. Galilee said. "The spirit and
tenor ol RozCnek's remark- evoke
tones which are sweel to the ears
i of the Nazi SS, and arouse deep
| repugnance in every civilized per
json. particularly if he has not for-
gotten the events of more than 25
years ago which led to the destruc-
tion and enslavement of Poland as
well as the heinous holocaust
wrought on our people."
He declared with bitterness that
Poland, "upon whose soil Jewish
genocide took place, where mil-
lions of our brethren and people of
other nations were slaughtered,
should have been the last country
to fall prey to anti-Semitic propa-
ganda which is now engulfing it."
lie charged that the Polish Corn-
Continued on Page 10-A
SLUM CLEARANCE
Arab Land
In Jerusalem
Expropria ted
JERUSALEM (JTA) The Is
rael government has expropriated
16 acres of land in the Jewish
quarter of East Jerusalem for 3
slum clearance project and also
has taken over a large parcel o?
land in a former Jewish suburb
which was occupied by the Jor-
danians in 1948. The expropria
tion orders were published in the
official gazette this week.
The property in East Jerusalem
includes buildings erected since
1948 which house 600 Arabs stand
ing on the site of scores of syna-
gogues, yeshivas and other schools
torn down by the Jordanians. The
Arabs who are to be dispossessed
will receive compensation, and
will be permitted to go to court
to contest the sums offered them.
Officials explained that the ex
propriation was necessary in order
to re-plan the entire quarter, which
has degenerated into a slum dur-
ing the past 20 years. Much of the
land involved belongs to Jewish in-
stitutions, and none is Moslem re-
Continued on Page 7-A
Ben-Gurion Is Named
to Receive Israel Prize
JERUSALEM (WNS) Israel's
highest honor, the Israel Prize,
will be awarded to former Premier
David Ben-Gurion for his lifetime
work. Presentation of the award
will be made by President Zalman
Shazar at a ceremony marking Is
rael'S observance of Independence
Day.
Recipients of the prize are se-
lected each year by a committee
appointed by the Ministry of Edu-
cation and Culture.
Mr. Ben Gurion was the first
Premier of Israel and one of the
chief architects of the state.
DAVID BEN-GURION
Witnesses Identify Nazi killer
COLOGNE (WNS)An array of
witnesses from the United States
identified Kurt Wieser, principal
defendant on trial here on charges
of complicity and participation in
[he brutal liquidation on Jan. 18.
1943 ol the ghetto in the Lithu-
anian city of Grodno, as the man
who shot down many Jews in cold
blood.
Though the testimony of the wit-
nesses, all of them survivors of
the holocaust, differed in details,
there was complete uniformity in
identifying Wieser as one of the
most brutal killers, a Nazi who
often delighted in killing his vic-
tims with his own hands.
One of the witnesses. Boris Sul-
kies ol New York, told the court he
saw Wieser. wearing white gloves.
I kill two men and hang a Jewish
girl by the name of Lena Bresska.
One ol the nun was accused of
not informing against Miss Bress
, ka. who had made an attempt to
escape. As the Jewish girl was
being led to the noose, he testified,
she spat in Wieser's lace, shouting
defiantly. "Some dav you'll pay tor
this."
Another witness, Sylvia Kersch,
Continued on Page 10-A


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Paqe 3-A
Israel, U.S. Sign
$30 Million Pact
For Surplus Sales (
WASHINGTON (JTAJ Israel
Ambassador Yitzhak Itabin has j
signed an agreement with the
United states government for the
Bale ill S30 4 million in surplus!
foodstuffs to Israel this year. Assis-
tant Secrettrj <>l Slate Lucius I
Battle signed the instrument for j
he United States.
The transacation represented an
increase from the S27 million trans- '
action of last year. Payment v ill
De in dollars over a 20-year period.
Five percent ol the total is to be
paid in cash. Interest rate on the
oalance is 2.5 percent.
The Department ol Agriculture
said in connection with the agree-
ment that, despite progress in Is-
raeli agriculture, the limited water
and land resources necessitated
imports. It was noted that Israel.
through its own efforts, increased
lood production 'oy over 14 percent
in the last year.
Food contained in the agreement
included 300.0CO tons of feed
grains, 150.000 tons of wheat.
15.000 tons of vegetable oil. 200
tons ol tobacco and other goods.
Jordan Coalition Backs Terrorists
LONDON (JTA) A national
political coalition dominated by
left-wing groups and headed by
the anti-Koyalist former Prime
Minister Suleiman Nabulsi. has
emerged in Jordan and is openly-
seeking power despite the ban
placed on political parties by King
Hussein in 1957. the Times report-
ed this week from Amman.
Although the five-party coalition
includes the extreme right wing.
anti-Communist Moslem Brother-
hood, it has taken u sianu against
"American imperialism" and is
urging Jordan to support foreign
"liberation movements." an obvi-
ous reference to the El Fatah and
other guerrilla bands operating
against Israel from Jordanian soil. ,
It also calls on Jordan to "resist
Zionist occupation of (Arab) terri-
tory by all means including
nilitary force and peoples' resist-
ance but not excluding political
ftlon."
The emergence of the political
coalition, despite its technical ille-
[ gality. indicated that the groups
believe the situation was ripe to
i put pressure on King Hussein to
: lift the ban and hold elections, the
I Times said. The coalition lays
] stress on national unity as long as
Israel occupies part of Jordan.
Thus, if King Hussein acts against
I it. he would be open to the charge
| ol wanting to compromise with Is-
' rael. according to the Times. So
far he has not interfered and ap-
parently is trying to give the im-
pression that the coalition is not
unwelcome and is. in fact, co-
operating with him.
Chairman Nabulsi is a former
member ol the left-wing National
Socialist Party. He was dismissed
is Prime Minister by Hussein in
April. 1957. in the midst of violent
anti-Royalist riots. One of Nabulsi's
closest associates in the coalition
is Kamel Nasser, a former Baathist
member of the Jordan House of
Representatives who was deported
by Israel from the West Bank last
December for his subversive ac-
tivities.
OF THE 23,000 immigrants who
entered Israel in the past twelve
months. 2.000 were from the
United States and 2.500 were from
South America.
ATTENTION
Plir.kover Landsleit:
The Pliskover Free Loan
Association of Pittsburgh is
celebrating their 60tr. Anni-
versary May 25th. Would like
to hear from all those born in
Pliskov or descendants of
Pliskover, for an invitation
Please write at once to Ha;ry
P. WEINER, Secretary, Box
8237, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15217
Accept Gomulka Bid
Ghetto Exhibit To
Visit Communities
All Over America
WASHINGTON A traveling
exhibit of more than 100 photo
graphs and documents unearthed
.n (he ruins of the Warsaw Ghetto
or captured from the Nazis alter
the war. is being offered for public-
showing throughout the country as
part of the 25th commemorative
of the Warsaw Ghetto uprising.
The exhibit is jointly sponsored
by VTVO Institute for Jewish Re-
search and the B'nai B'ritb Klutz- j
nick Bxhibil Hall.
The exhibit includes facsimiles
of German directives and rem-
nants ol Jewish recordsdiaries,
communal orders, underground
newspapersas well as dramatic
photo-, depicting ghetto life in the
early war years and atrocities
committed during the Nazi exter-
mination campaign.
Information concerning rental of
the exhibit may be obtained from
the Klutznick Exhibit Hall, B'nai
li'rith Building. 1640 Rhode Island
Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C.
20036.
Continued from Page 1-A
were reported to have been ex-
pelled from the local branch of the
resistance veterans organization
lor alleged pro-Zionist sympathies.
The forced resignation of Hirsch
Smoliar from the editorship of the
Warsaw Yiddish daily, the Folksh-
timme, and the current attack on
the Yiddish Theatre and (by impli-
cation) on Ida Kaminska, in the
opinion of informed Jewish sources
here, presage growirvj pressure to
liquidate both institutions.
Meanwhile the campaign in Po-
land against Jews in government,
education and the military has now
been extended to doctors and an
array of professions in which Jews
are generally prominent.
One of the Polish newspapers,
organ of the armed forces, has
even revived what in Stalin's day
was called "the doctors' plot." ac-
cusing a prominent Jewish physi-
cian of having terrorized Commu-
nist Party boss Wladyslaw Go
mulka and President Marian Spy-
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oned early in the 1950's.
The newspaper charged that Dr.
Anatoli Fejgen. director of a med-
I ical clinic that catered to high
| echelon government officials, "has
: terrorized many respected Party
members." Alter Gomulka's return
! to power in 1956. Dr. Fejgen, who
I then served as departmental direc-
I tor in the Ministry of Security.
I was sentenced to three years in
prison for alleged abuse of au-
thority.
Katricl Katz, former Israeli Min-
ister to Warsaw, has told the
London Times that the recent offer
by Communist Party chief Wladys-
law Gomulka to permit Polish Jews
to emigrate to Israel was "a mere
ruse," since Jews indicating readi-
ness to leave the country would
become marked men.
Many Polish Jews, according to
Mr. Katz. will not brave applying
for exit visas out of fear that they
would be fired immediately from
j 'heir jobs and become 'marked
I men."
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Robert Turchin
[urchin Is Elected
:irs) Chairman Of
;land View Board
Robert L. Turchin. Miami Beach
ktilder and civic leader, has been
leeted first chairman of the Island
few Hospital board of directors.
Mr. Turchin,
46. previously
served as gen-
eral chairman
of the building
fund campaign
of the proposed
300 bed. S14.6
million hospital
to be construct-
ed near the Mi-
mi Beach end
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of the Venetian
Causeway.
A non-profit.
pntmunity ho-pital. Island View
nil offer specialized treatment,
re and research programs for
he five major "killer" diseases
tart. Stroke, high blood pressure,
liabctcs and cancer. An eight-acre
|ite between Purdy Avenue and
Iscayne Ray is now being cleared
t the ultra-modern medical cen-
r.
Mr. Turchin said that appoint-
ents to Island View Hospital's
en board of directors will be an-
ounced shortly, along with com-
littce assignments.
!ourshon Is Named
o National Post
Arthur H. Courshon, chairman
Washington Federal Savings
ind Loan As-ociation of Miami
peach, has been nominated for the
presidency of the National League
Dl Insured Savings Associations for
)!)6f). William .1. McKeevcr. NI.ISA
president, announced this week.
Mr. Courahon is currently serv-
ing] ;i~ vice president of the Na-
tional League, a trade organisa-
tion serving the savings and loan
industry.
The NI.ISA presidential nominee
|s active in savings allairs in Mi-
imi as weft as in national groups.
Ie is a UMblic member of the Ad-
ministrative Conference of the
Inited States, an agency of the
federal government, and serves as
member of the agency for in
i-rnational development. Housing
ind Urbag Development Advisory
Committee.
Pageant To Highlight Bond Dinner
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Arab Land
In Jerusalem
Expropriated
Continued frm Page 1-A
ligious property or that of foreign
institutions, officials said.
The second expropriation order
covers land in Klar Ivri (Neve
Yaaeovi which was officially in-
corporated into the Jerusalem mu-
nicipality last year.
Jews evacuated the suburb when
Jerusalem was under siege in 1948
and it was subsequently occupied
by Jordan. Most of the land now
being taken over by the State was
occupied by an Arab Legion mili-
tary camp. Some of it belongs to
.lows Less than 10 percent be-
longed in Arabs, according to the
officials,
A dramatic pageant. "The Saga e
of Israel." will highlight the cele-
bration of Israel's twentieth anni-
versary at the Independence Day
dinner Thursday evening. May 2,
at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
To be held under the auspices
of the Israel Bond Organization,
the 6:30 dinner will officially
launch the 1968 Israel Bond drive
in Miami.
On this occasion 20 South Flor-
ida leaders will be the recipients
ol the Jerusalem Liberation Award
for their outstanding service to
Israel in its twenty years of state-
hood.
Dr. Leon Kronish. outgoing Is-
rael Bond chairman, will be the
recipient of the Israel Prime Min-
ister's Medallion.
.lames M. Albert, prominent in
;he civic, philanthropic, religious
and business life of the communi-
ty, will be installed as chairman
of the Israel Bond organization,
and Dr. Irving I.ehrman will be
installed as chairman of the Board
of Governors.
Coming to Miami to take part
in the celebration will be Dr. Jo-
seph J. Schwartz, worldwide head
of the Israel Bond Organization.
The "Saga ot Israel." in drama.
I music and dance, dramatically
, presents the high points of Jewish
! history through the centuries. Fea-
tured in the presentation will be
1 Ihe Miami Beach Symphony Or-
i chestra, conducted by Burnett
Breeskin; the Hora Festival Dane-
rs: the Cantorial Choir, directed
by David Conviser. and narration
by Arnold Warren and Ken Taylor.
The program will also feature
Emil Cohen, humorist, raconteur
and vocalist, who has starred in
the major hotels and theatres
throughout the country, as well as
top television programs.
Emil Cohen's program Hods its
origin in both American and Yid-
dish culture. He brings to his per-
formance a wealth of background
in Jewish music, tradition and hu-
mor. He has recently returned
from a visit to Israel.
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LAMED VAV refers to the leg- j
Midary 36 righteous men who live
jn every generation as that re-
deeming factor which keeps the
[world existing.
FLORIDA NEEDS
FURLONG!
Return
LEO
FURLONG
At Your
STATE
REPRESENTATIVE
You've already
planted trees in Israel.
How about sending
flowers?
This May, Israel celebrates its 20th year of
statehood. Why not celebrate by sending flowers
to friends or relatives there? It's so easy.
Just call your FTD-lnterflora florist.
And he delivers. In a hurry. Even to Israel.
This Yom H'atzmaut, say "shalom" with flowers.
Just pick up the phone. And call
your FTD-lnterflora florist.
After all, it isn't every day
that Israel turns twenty.
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Militant Religion
t .pie who l\ ,",; rcllgHMIS 111
stitutions do so ae'vc been told,
because they're nol relevant" in
a modern world
People who ire perl i ligtOUS lite m Ann-, u.i. tin-
lup poll told us in reeenl d.i\s
want their clutches and syna
goguei to avoid involvemajM In
political and social issues in
othei arenli lo be "trrelev anl
The result is and we onlj
have i" look ai the state ol the
nation for proof tti.it preachers
arc speaking t<' people who don't
listen .111,1 .in- shunned by those
who wont Iumi in othii words,
tin- wrong people show up lot
sort ices each a cek
Granted thai many rhurches
and ministers, Ijk>- |H>litlcians,
follow tiic Gallup returns and trj
to avoid involvement in the real
world bj following llieii followers
"the lust dut) Is to CO .Tl fort
tin- individual" and "concentrate
on raising the levels ol religious
bclicl and pi aclicc Ihc facl Is
thai Jewish, I'rotcstanl and Catn
olic clergymen in greatci num
ber Hi,hi cm i iii iiisiiuv are
speaking onl and pai licipnting in
tin [real social and political is
sues "i oui day
And 'In- ev idencc is lear, even ,
without :i Gallup poll thai the '
.shock oi militant religion <>i
the demand '" "practice whal
you preach" is lieyond the i
ability average and intellectual, to bear
Conservative lay i>aeklash in
Protestant and Catholic churches
has made man) headlines and i( j
such .ii'wish battles have nol I
hci'ii reported in the pre n ii is
like!) because the Jewish 1 ;< y
leadei who would disagree with
Ins radlc ,1 i: I I.i doe n I nel iii
VOlVed m inn ii,.,1 lei 14
being; only peripheral InteieHl
.,, ,,.--, -.,,, ii.,. I,., ,, ,.|,i.,.,i
u,.,mv ,,i ii<- > i" ii'y loi i"
l ndci Secretarj ol < mnmerce
raises the questi in as >>i"U ,i> *n>
radical rlorgj man
riu- question la," he said, aw
we going to InsM on more color
i \ sots and electric toothbrushes
oi .in' we going lo insist on better
achoola and housing daj are
centers and health?"
it ,i conscientious clergyman
wou- lo uree with his iompi.nn
mi; congregant sand ronceiilratf
on raising Ihe levels ol religious
beliefs .niii praetiees," he would
Usii oui ag'lost the blatant hiola
trj which our worship oi the ma
torial things ol life "coloi n
sots .mil electric loothbruahes"
represent. To the unchurched
who don't understand the mean
ing ol "Idolatry" he would bo i*
beted "Irreltvanl lo the man
described b) Ihe Nen Vork nines
,is ;i young Upper Weal Side In
tclleetual an Orthodox or Con
scrvativc Jew," it would be an
other situation whore "I net un
i a ij in ihe synagogue whenevei
the rabbi strays tow,ml outside
topics "
I in- trouble ii in- In lie one ol
definitions I'eih.ips that's wh)
Gallup has taken the place ol Un
Bible
Farband to Honor Shapiro
The Lobedikei Branch ol Ihe
Farband-Labor Zionist Order will
sponsor a farewell parts at h p m
Thursday, May 2, at 1234 Washing
ton Ave Miami He.ich. in honor
oi Oscai Shapiro chairman ol the
group's entertainment committee,
Who la leaving toi a visit to is
rgel Mis Tula Shapiro will ex
lulu! some of her paintings at the
gathering
in charge ol arrangements are
Solomon Parnea* Maurice Fore
1., ,.ll I li ii |i in ilOll Sun,,|i I II
baum
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Russian Weapons
To Be Displayed At
Independence Fete
Rt $AI | \; ,. ,, is jn au.iis
'
\ ig the
> \ !>., Wa n >
Russian typ* SA missal* taken
in Ihe Sinai IVarrt will
highlight Im ael itenrc
n iv .......'re on Maj
announced this week
tin- r.u i the ii test in Ihe
iminti > ~ ',' > eai i n mdi,',
mi e' i, hegin in I a*l lei use
!em .Hid end in Weal 'l irsalein
Veeoiilmii lo aentoi ottteeri .>i
miiu.il\ headquarter* S.IMU in
fonti) men and -,i mored alumn*
will participate while Ihe tit
Force wtll i i t llv m rt i hit Ihi
;n l tline ill the sk e ovei Jeln
.ileui
Ail nl Hi id reviewing nt.ind w ill
be sei up nit h.it .1-. lot im 1l\
known ammunition in11 neat
Shoafal hi n,-iih.-.isi .i,Mi .ii, in
tint I \ lliiiii- ..mil seats ill In i
ed lot lout isis and I'J.tMMl >i ill he
reseted lot Ihe lamllles ol laid n
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"liixhtwing Methodists arc a
bigger threat to America than
Communism," and revealed his
growing admiration for Black
Muslims as compared with the
average churchgoer.
A Jewish critic of the Gallup
poll said thai the sample did not
indicate it most of the persons
questioned were Orthodox, Con-
servative or Reform, although
Rabbi Ballour Brickner, a direc-
tor of Reform .social action activ-
ities said he was not altogether
surprised at the high figure the
poll gave tor Jewi h opponents f
secular involveineul ol the clergy.
"II shows how .lews who have
moved mio the affluent middle
daSS begin to reflect the values
of affluence; Ihey are for the
status c|iio."
Another news story which broke
at about the same time may
give a clue to the Gospel accord
ing to Gallup. Approximately $20
billmn i.i the $35 billion in the
real gross national product pre-
dicted for this year is going to
personal consumption And the
ELECT JESS
FLORIDA PUBLIC
SERVICE COMMISSIONER
>A Distinguished Record ol 22 Years Public
Servic*: Stale Representative Bade County
School Board. Dade County Commissioner,
City ot Miami Di'fctor ol PuBlic Welfare.
As Chairman ot Florida H^ .-. LocalfiOV
ernmenl Committee durinj V*iJ session,
YarboroiiBh funded some 1.500 local bills
to help counties and cities.
Past President ot Oranpe Bov;l Commit-
tee. Miami Kiwaois CliO. Florida High
School Coaches Assn. and Florida County
Commissioners Assn.
Born in Chester. S.C. ..Graduated Clem-
son University 4 altendid University ol
Florida...Married to tormer Louise Bland-
er of Barton...Outstanding loot hall coach
at Miami High School lor 10 years.
Decisions of the Public Service Commis-
sion affect Florida's future aod your pock-
etbook. Let Varboroughs eipenence and
leadership work for you.
MAY 7-V0TE |xj JESS
YOUR PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSIONER
DEMOCRAT
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SHACHAT
TO THE
DADE COUNTY
SMALL CLAIMS COURT
On May 7, 1968
In 1964, more than 75,000
voters expressed their confi-
dence in Judge Shachat.
9 years experience as a
judge.
Has heard more than 25,000
cases since 1963.
Municipal Judge, No. Miami
Beach 1953-55 and 1958-60
President, No. Miami Beach
Blood Bank, 1963-64.
President, N M B Optimist
Club 1966-67.
Combat veteran, WW II,
Member J W V, American
Legion, Disabled American
Veterans.
Graduate, University of
Miami, Yaw School, 1951.
Teacher, University of Miami
MemberFlorida, American
Dade County and North
Dade Bar Associations.
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COMMENDED BY FOUR DADE COUNTY GRAND JURIES FOR LEGA1
SERVICES PERFORMED FROM 1963 TO 1967.
STATE^ATTORNEY3' *ACK AN FRAUDS D,VISJON AND ASS4STANT
SSS SSZ ESf^L EXCLUS,VElY "VOTED TO PROTKTKW Of
SENIOR CITIZENS FROM CON MEN AND SWINDLERS
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Arthur Motley To Be Guest Speaker At,
Outstanding Citizen's Award luncheon
Israeli Military Attache. Gen. Joseph Oevo
:::rd from riqht) briefs leaders of the Com-
b.r.ed Jewish Appeal-Israel Enierqency
Fund campaiqn or. Israel's security situa-
licr.. Shown with Gen. Geva are (from
ler. : Leon Kaplan, president of the Great-
er M'am' T^wi-^ F'Hera'ion: Mrs. Jenny
Seitlin, and Mrs. Ruth Berqer, Women's Divi-
sion leaders; Mr?. Sidney Schwartz, chair-
man of the Wom'n'i Division; and Norton
Pallot, general campniqn chairman.
raeli Events Will Be Highlighted
May Schedule Of T Activities
he YM-YWHA of Greater Miami
di -i.unati'd Mav as "Israel In*
ndenee Month" In tribute to
201 I Anniversary of Freedom
thi Jewish State, it was an-
nced by YM1IA president Sam
lir..
S a prelude to the many fes-
ties the "Y" scheduled sev-
I t\ents for the latter part of
hi]
[Thi' iirst of these was April 24.
len two 20-year-old Israelis vis-
Id the YM-YWHA to meet and
Jcus.- varying viewpoints with
yo.ing people of the 'Y\ The
int was titled "Shalom 20."
Sunday there will be the fourth
the series "We, The Jewry," in
njunction with the Anti-Defama-
pn Lf ague of B'nai B'rith. Geared
[parent! of school children, this
Isioi will be labeled "Parents
IntegrationMust Jewish Par-
, Be Educated to Guarantee a
tier Educational System?" The
jblt-ms to be discussed include
Hiadstart Programs, mixing
[youngsters from poverty areas
l the "neighborhood school
Sten
The following weekend. May S,
see "Israel Product* Day" at
'Y. A variety of items from
Me' will be displayed and will
i for sale. The booths will be open
the public and there is no ad-
Issicn charge.
Thi- next evening. May 6. will
|gin ihe first of a four-part week-
series designed to aid Jewish
ili nool students in preparing
I liege career. The series is
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a cooperative venture of the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education and the
YM-YWHA. Subsequent sessions
will be held May 13. 20 and 27.
Continuing emphasis on the
needs of youth in the Miami com- >
munity, the 'Y' will be the scene !
of a special session for teenagers
and their parents on May 8. To be
called "Parents and Youth at the
Crossroads Communication or
Chaos?" the program is a joint
effort of the YMHA, Jewish Voca-
tional Service and the Jewish
Family and Children's Service.
The panelists will be Louis Bern-
stein of the Jewish Family and
Children's Service, Bernard Yoffee
of the Jewish Vocational Service
and Dr. Ronald Shellow. eminent
Miami child psychiatrist. Martin
Yellen. councilman of West Miami
and a member of the YMHA board
ol directors, will be moderator.
Looking into the future of Israeli-
American relationships, the YMHA
will continue its month of tribute
on May 8 with a discussion ses-
sion"Israel and American Jewry
1968 and Beyond." Seymour Lieb-
man will be the discussion leader.
A day of fun and games with
prizes is scheduled for May 19
with a Maccabean and Family
Day. All member of the Y' and
their families will be participating
in the various activities.
The final event on the May
schedule will also be the final ses-
sion in Ihe "We, The Jewry" sc-
ries. On May 26 the topic will be
"Anti-Semitism and the Young
Child." It will deal directly with
parents of young children and will
help provide a more meaningful
Jewish background for those who
cope with the prejudices of life,
especially how they affect young
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New Laboratory
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REHOVOT (JTA) An eight-
story, 55.000-sn.uarc-foot institute
ol exoerimental biolosy was dedi-
cated here this week in the name
of its donor. S'r Isiac Wolfson.
prominent British businessman
and philanthropist.
The structure will be part of the
Wcizmann Institute of Science,
which it will serve as a laboratory
for investi"atin2 the life processes,
the principles of immunology and
cancer research.
The ceremonies were attended
by President Shazar and Finance
Minister Pinhas Sapir. A mezuzah
wa- a'fixed to the door of the
building by S. Y. Aanon, Israel's
Nobel Laureate, and Sir Isaac's
son, Leonard, who attended with
his wife. Meyer Weisgal. president
of the Weizmann Institute, pre-
sided over the dedication.
The department of experimental
biology at the new institute will
be headed by Prof Isaac Baren
blum. one of Israel's leading can-
cer researchers.
Arthur H. "Red" Motley, presi-
dent ol Parade Publications. Inc.,
former president and chairman of
the board of the United Stales
Chamber of Commerce, will be the
featured speaker at the 21st an-
nual Dade County Outstanding
Citizen's Award Luncheon, at noon
Wednesday in the Assembly Room
ol the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
The award is made to one Dade
County man and one woman who.
in the eyes of the judges, have
performed an outstanding single
function for the good and welfare
of Dade County during 19C7. Most
recent nominees include:
Mrs. M. Murray (Joyce) Schech-
ter. nominated by the South Miami
Homeowners Association: Mrs.
James P. Glover, by the National
Foundation March of Dimes. Dade
County Chapter; Harry Levy, by
the Democratic Club of Miami
Beach: Max Friedson, by the Na-
tional Parkinson Foundation and
Herbert Schurowitz. by the Eco-
nomic Opportunity Program. Inc.
Nominated earlier were James
L. Knight, president of The Miami
Herald, nominated by Goodwill In-
dustries of South Florida for work
in that organization and the United
Fund: Mrs. Ellen Wynne, by the
National Hemophilia Association:
ARTHUR H. MOTtEV
Mrs. Chester Leiter. by the Heart
Association of Greater Miami: and
Abe S. Goldman, by Beth Kodesh
Congregation.
The event is sponsored by Sho-
lem Lodge 1024 of B'nai B'rith.
and a large number of local civic
and -ervice organizations. Award
Patron is Joseph M. Lipton. presi-
dent of Dade Federal Savings and
Loan Association of Miami.
FARBAND LEBEDIKER
BRANCH
20th ISRAEL INDEPENDENCE DAY
will be celebrated
May 2nd at 8 P.M. at 1234 Washington Avenue
FINE CONCERT AND LAVISH COLLATION
Chairman of Entertainment
MR OSCAR SHAPIRO
will be honored in recognition of his good
work, with a farewell parry.
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Rabbinical Association's Religion:
!
Calendar Helps Dade Student
The Rabbinic-: Ass:
trcater M:arr,; has issued s calen-
dar of Jew.sh rc'..2ious b?!; I
for 1968-1969 thaw
taft affcc'.r.; school attendance
and actiritiei for :he coming aca
iemic >ear.
Aimed a: pi
between activities and religious
holidays which Jeuish students
and personnel have been facing in
schools and employment, the cal-
endar gives a precise outline of
the observance of the holidays by
he various branches of Judaism.
Among those receiving the Rab-
binical Association Calendar are
officials of the Dade and Brow 3rd
Britain's Liberal.
Reform Groups
Effect Merger
LONDON iWNS> Mer_-- .:
Liberal and Reform rabbi; in tr-.s
country into a single movement to
be known as Progressive; was dis-
closed here in a statement an-
nouncing establishment of a joint
-ouncil that is to coordinate the
ictivities of the two groups
Dr W Van Der Zyl. KDior min
Her of the West London Reform
Synagogue, has been named coun-
cil chairman and Rabbi John D
Raynor of the St. John.- Wood Lib-
-ral Synagogue as vice chairman.
the L'niver-
iftj of Mi-. M i n -Dade J
College and other large ia
: or-
The calendar has also been sent
to all nvjnicipality governments
lor tt-e benetit of their emp-loy-
ment schedules and to all Jewish
organizations to avoid inadvertent
scheduling o* meetings and other
functions on holiday dates.
A better accompan>ing the calen-
dar r.gr.r-j by Rabbi bring Lehr-
man. president of the Association
and chairman of its religion and
school enmmittee, ar.d by Rabbi
Solomon Schiff. executive vice
president, reooest at the ma-
terial b- ted before
jp tne school calendar so as to
eliminate conflicts m exan
tions. gradua:. ins -ports activi-
ties and all other events.
The calendar lists the da: ai
observed by the Orthodox and
Conservative br^ncnes of Judaism
and by the Reform and L.beral
oranches It poir.-, out that the
Saobath begins on Friday at sun-
down and itre..... that the eve-
nings prior to the holidays are-
as sacred a- the lays
Noting that many of the recipi-
ents of the calendar have given u
-jrances tha- I -.iild
be consulted before prepar:-.
schedules. Rabbis Lehnt
Schiff cited insta of coopera-
t.or. during the pa--
Thej pointi eaten-
cbed-
ling of the I ol Miami
tegi -ration dates which had ear-
lier been set for Ro-b Hashonah
Aiso rescheduled by the univer-
sity was a football game with the
University of Florida which had
oeen set for the night of Yom
Kippur.
The boards of public instruction
have circulated the calendar to all
school principals with a memo
from the superintendent that no
major examinations graduations
0. o:h B< th are to be
on religious holiday;
the call
the nical v-
. >n
r^obbinical Jelevision f~*i
ro^raty\~
April 28. Ch. 7 10 a.m., The Still Small Vi
Rabbi Sol Landau. Beth David I .
Topic: AK1BA BAR Kf> Ell \
plication- Efistorieally
Guest,- Rabbi Avrom Drazin I-.-,
Rabbi Jonah '.apian. Sk) Lake Syna
Miami Beach.
April 28, Ch. 10 9:30 a.m. The Jewish
Host: Rabbi Mayer Abramowiu.
Miami Beach.
April 30, Ch. 2 9:30 to 10:30 p HI Ml
Topic: Church. State, and Mont
Moderator: Rev Luther C Pier
Participants: Rabbi Morns Kipr^r T
Coral Gable-: Rev Edwai
Baptist Church Joseph Eitrg
Six-Day War Was
Cause Of Many
'New Left' Losses
NEW YORK JTA Man) of
the A
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ment have so as result ol
the Six-Day War. a
: j: : :-- .: ll; SI :
the V- .
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ted out

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t their news
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Ce'.ecrating the P-sscver hoiiciav with en abbrei
symbolic servi-:? M01 nl Sinai Hosoi'a! n'a-ed '--.- ;o
over ICO ambulatory patients ar.d members of their : :m .?;
Conducting the :errr.~r.ie5 wa Rabbi Solomon Sen r! of
Beth El Ccrtg:ec-t en ~~- ?-rcat=i Miami Jew.s Federa-
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TOHAH PORTION
Shemini
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The- t ol them the camel
the s thej arc unc
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MINI of their conaecral 01
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Thll recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law Is ex-acted
ar-d based upon The G'aphic History of the Jewish Heritage."
dried by P Ws'^a-.Tn-nir SIS. Publisher is Shenoaict and Mm
volume is availab ; a* 27 W !ha- St.. New York S. NY. President
of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang.
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA
TION. 985 SW 67tn Ave Ort-ooox
Cantor Morns Birr
ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 19tr Ave
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BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N K'r.
dall Dr.. S. Miam.. Reform. Raobi
Herbert Baajmgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
,i "in p m Special per
nusical oenpoalUoi i : Cantor i\
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Mant- l.a''lalr. fluti-- aneTrArui I '
oolat Baturdaj 11 IS a n Baa Hits-
.-ah: Iri. dautcht*T of Ir and Mra
loward Roaen ..r>i Dale Sue, I>uirht-
-r of Mr and Mra Phil Kai
3"55 SW "6tn St M ~- Pj-
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BETH DAVID. 2H6 SW 3rd Ave
Contervative. RaOBi Sol Landau
Cantor William W. Lip*on
-"riday |:1S pm arid I:1S r> rn Ser-
mon: "E>ar ICochba Senn <>aalh Uberator." Cmpi-- Club
-a).bath Saturday am CtTWin:
*h I>w"n. Bar Mitzvan Da rid.
-.f I^r and Mr- H#-nr> R
'.llnrha: *:Vi pm
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BETH KL. 500 SW '7th Avenve.
Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Scruff.
BETH KODESH 1101 SW 12tn Ave
Modern Traditional. Raubt Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson
Yiday Ai Sur--i .-. -u-l \ '.- p
Strmon: "A Paax Ambition Pot-
ir.n of th- Law i" \< Bainmi
1^.-. <.f Soul" S p m
BETH SOLOMON. 50 NW 5'.t Place
Contervative.
BETH TOV (TEMPLE) *438 SW th
St. Contervative. Rabbi Simon Aoril
'riday IS p m S--m'.i The World
fid li- Problena Saturd^> *
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B'NAI SHOLOM (Temple) ?75 NW
199th Street. Conservative RabBi
Abraham M. Caeeel.
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) OF GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform
Rahbi Joseph R. Narot.
'nday I IS ;. m Bullion bj R
-t-vi>n F. Jacob* Deu Search for
^ernonal F*r*-*-dom "
I3RAELITE CENTER S'75 SW ?5th
St. Conservative Rabbi Avrom L.
Orazin. Cantor Nathan Parnass
TIFERETH ISRAEL 6500 N V a-"
Ave C"nervai ve RabOi Si'an
Carmi. ba'tor Albert Qlantz
TIFERETH JACOB .TEMPLE
4th Ave.. H.aieah Conse'vatve
RabOi Maurice Klein
ZION (TEMPLE) 8000 M Her Ra Con-
tervative Rabb. Alfred Wunin.
MIAMrBEACH
AGLDATH ISRAEL 780^ Ci. i/ie Ave
Orthodox. Rabb- Isaac Ever
BETH ISRAEL 770 *0th Street
Orthodox. Rabb' Berel Wem
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BETH JACOB 301 Wasn.ngton Ave .
Orthodox Rabbi Snmaryahu T
Swirtky Cantor Miunce Mamche*
BETH RAPHAEL 'TEMPLE. 15*6
Jefferson Ave Conservative Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saui H Breeh.
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BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLEi am
Chase Ave. Liberal Rabbi
"EBREW ACADEV- :i>; P.netree
3r Orthodox Raej A.exanaer S.
GrJSJ
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SVNAGOGOE 1533 Washington Ave
O'thooox Rabb- Tjjr m. Stern
Canto- Meyer Engel
KSESETM ISRAEL. -*-5 Euclid Ave.
O-fadox Rabbi Oav 3 Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif
MENORAH (TEMPLE, 6:0 75th St
Contervative. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witt Cantor Nico Feldman
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NER TAMID (TEMPLE). SOth St and
ratum Waterway. Modern Trad.-
fonai Rabbi Eugene Labov.ti Can.
tor Edward Klein
Bern \\r Mu-t
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OHEV SHALOM. 70" Bsmta Dr
Ortroasx Raor- Ph.neat Weber,
man
s,'u -- Purify
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BE-- MOSHC CONGREOAT os
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Rabo David Rosenf-u Cantor 3?n
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B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1*3' NW -i.'-3 St
Conservat ve Rabbi Cnaries v RU.
bel Cantor Jack Lerner
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C -j ton. Cantor Theod -5 :*
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EM AMI-EL. 1801 S And'ewli .r
Reforn.. Rabbi R.cha.-J '' -'< '-'
Cantor Jerome Klemen:
HALLANDALE
HALLANOALE JEWISH CN*E'
'Co E Hallandale Beic" B.J
HOLLYWOOO
SEPMAROIC JEWISH CEN-ER 6-5
Conns Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahrmas.
',- in Saturday
Hlstl :.
VOKNC ISR*EL F MIAMI BEACH
'5*2-*4 Washington Ave. Rabb. A
Ben.Hillel.
SINAI ,TEMPLEI. OF NORTH OAOE
Temoarary office. 1380' NE 22nd
Ave. Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kingtley
:!.' p,n a .
rederaj Au.in.TJum s .\ r: : >
Srrnaui w hj i i -.,-. iv- ,
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th Ave Orthodox. RabOi jrjnh E
C apian.
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m m .
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YOLNG !SRAEL OF OPE-a
f.W 80 NE Ulat St Orthodox
Ri?3: Naftali Porus-
CORAL GABLES
BETH EL (TEMPLE). S *'" *"*
Reform. Rabbi Samuel J'*e
Frldaj |:U p.n .-
t.i .) th. Holavautl -
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ol Mr and .Mr.- BrneM '
BETH SHALOM iTEMPLE' "'
Monroe St Conservat ve '
Morton Malavaky Cantor Pn i
Lutman.
SINAI (TEMPI E> --' JO'"'1"-1 -'
Conservative. Rabb Dav o Shoe -
Cantor Yehudah He a-.iu-i
MIRAMAR
BETH TFILAH 935 Euclid Ave Or.
thodox Rabbi Joseoh E Rarkovsky
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
'242 Washington Ave Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Rozencwtig
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash,
mgton Ave. Conservative Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler
1 Friday pm asd > ( Btiet
D' Abral ,m t K'atnh

Hebrew I C ite Learnint Satur-
>R OLOM (TEMPLEi. Conservat ve
MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE 3737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional Cantor
Louis Cohen.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
AOATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE)
Conservative. 1025 Nc 18Vd s,
!-. pm NVu- Hortiona Con'.'
urn ,ll be h. Sermon
Hat. B itur las *
Bar Mltl .I '
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BETH TORAH 164th St and NE 11th
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Max Lio.
echitz Cantor Jacob Rr,
JU^OEA .TEMPLE). 55O0Granai B'va
Reform. Rabb. Morris K.Qper
ISRAEL (TEMPLE'. 3500 8W '
Way Conservative. RabOi irv
Cutler.
POMPANO BEACH
CANDLELIGHTiNG TIME
23 NrSAN 6:30 p.m.
SHOLOM (TEMPLEI 132 SW' Vf
Ave.. Contervative Rabb' i
A Skop Cantor Leon Segal
Prldai 1:15 p in Berrrmi -'
S;iiuri1a> 'iam
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SURFSIOE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGAT0
Surftide Community Center, -o.
Collint Ave. Orthodox Rabbi n-
D. Vine.



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Pcce 13-A
BOOK REVIEW
LETTERS TO THE EDIToK
svymour b. liebman
TALCS OF SENDEBA*
Md
A DAY tN REGENSBURG
Praises Lawmaker
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
In the- April 12 issue of The
Jewish Floridian, there was an
item headlined "Republicans Blast
Administration On The U.N. Vote."
This item contained the names of
the Senator; and Congressmen
who took the lloor to denounced
;
,:h of the above books are
ished bv the Jewish Publka-
Society. The society's eclec-
boicc of literature is a boon
cwisb culture, especially lit-
ure. and the J.P.S. is deserv-
of much wider support from
Jewish community.
be Tales of Send*br (S6.00)
edited and translated from
Hebrew version by Prof.
rris Epstein. The Talts were
n the 12th century, or
er. and are in the genre of
Arabian Nights, the Decam
and the Canterbury Tales.
intelligence and taste
by Mr Epstein in the
. -ion of his fascinating text
- i. r hiia the gratitude of
istorians, scholar' in the
i and social studies and
ivciative readers generally.
i text re of the culture
. the Jews m the
Ag< s perhaps siill in the
\_ < \i brilliantly ilium-
in '.hi- scholarly edition of
. fast-moving, bawdy and re-
.- collection of stories.
Opatoshu's collection of
- ri< A Day in Reqens-
rj S4.50). translated from the
ib Sloan, are of an
: Ij different genre. The first
lunge>t story which bears
title of the '>cok is an account
wedding between the chil-
t :i of two wealthy Jews, one
Dm Regen^Durg and the other
m Worms.
The language is stilted and
es not oifer a flavor which is
iquely Jewish. The characters
i no; depicted as those usually
sociated with the Ashkenazi
mmunities of Germany in the
i lieval era Rabbi Moses of
lucj said in the 13th century
a: the Jews of any community
t as moral a; the others of the
ace. However, one chooses to
::ik that while the immorality
kay be on the same scale, the
i di of exhibiting lewdness may
Bve differed because of Jewish
tandards of miblic conduct.
The translation of poetry and
long is the mo-t difficult for
anslators. One must not be lit-
eral and. in order to capture the
Sense and mood, the translator
must b* a traitor to the original.
The usually competent Mr Sloan
has. in this instance, not seen fit
to follov th:; dictum and his
choice was unwise.
The charm o: the book is con-
tained in the introduction by
David Opatoshu. the son of the
author. The warmth and poign-
ai cj v.. in's recollections of
hii :a'h;r contrast sharply with
th< distant style of the vignettes.
Mosonic War Veterans
Vi-,o Mason'e War Veterans of
'.he State Of Florida will hold its
nitta] at 2 p.m. Saturday
a; W ishington Federal Auditorium.
1133 Normandy Dr.. Miami Beach.
THE BURNING of incense ac-
anii t all sacrifice- in
;h Holy Temple Its purpose was
' i spit if th? priests
ind the odors i thi
. rdina to M
Austrian Jews To Replace
Synagogue Razed By Nazis
VIENNA (JTA) The Jewish :
community in Vienna will erect a
new synagogue on the site of the
"Scbiffschule." the pre-war syna-
gogue which was demolished by
the Nazis during the notorious
"Crystal night" in 1938.
The new -;. nagogue will seat 500
persons. It will cost 10 million
chilling; (S400.000). part of which
represents a S120.000 loan granted
the Jewish community by Austria.
CANTOR
Well Experienced, seeks ,-*ar*
round or High Holiday position
Also teacn and prepare
Mitzva. Write Cantor Josef Flak,
Memo Hotel, 116 Collins Ave. or
call JE 8-3969.
RABB
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community
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need in all phases of
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BR.IUAN7 ORATOR ORGANIZER
ifHlCATOK
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Write: Rflbbi, 22 W. Son Marino
Diive, Sen Marino Island,
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Aexs GORDON
County Commissioner
District S
Pull Lever
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the resolution of the U.N. Security
Council. *
I took the time to write each of
the Representatives to thank them
for what they did.
I received a very appreciative
letter from one of them, thanking
me for my card and also saying,
i would appreciate having further
comments in this regard."
1 consider this a great opportu-
nity for your readers and their
friends to write their members of
the Senate and Congress and offer
suggestions.
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]Zkd JUDGE MILTON
Dr. Nathaniel Sorofi (seated third from left),
consultant of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion.was honored recently by students of
his class at the Bureau's Colleqe of Jew-
ish Studies. Shown with Dr. Sorofi are
(seated from left): Mrs. Sanford Jacobson,
Louis SchwaTtzman, executive director of
the Bureau. Mrs. S. T. Brenner. Yosef
Bikel and Mrs. J. Fiksel. Standing (from
left): Mrs. A. William Gerstmah; Mrs. Sidney
Weisman. Mr. Weisman. Mrs. Abraham
Gittelson. Mrs. Deborah E. Katz. Mrs. Na-
thaniel Soroff, Mrs. Leah Naparst, Mrs.
Chayah Porush, Mrs. H.yman Cohen,
Mrs. Edward Kravitz and Mrs. Eliczer Levi.
who was hostess for the event.
Understanding Our Children' Is Theme
Jewish Family Service Meetings
Che Jewisl) Family and Chil-
Service .:; cooperation with
Ian Mar-h is sponsoring two
ily life education meetings on
! of I'nderstand-
Iren in an Age of
Inge
("he meeting! 'ill be held Mon-
eveninfj 'he auditorium of
liar Marsh downtown and on
irsday, ''. -. in the audito-
m of Jordai Marsh Dadeland.
m 7 15 to B 15 p.m.
The important sessions will con-
thi !.-< e with what chil-
i fr< rr: parents, school
synagi -..<. an age of rapid
Cxper:- field of child care
de\ flopmen! will serve as pro-
rm participants. There will be
stion and answer periods with
audience participating.
)r. Meivin L. Becker, president
|the -n Family and Chil-
i's Service >s chairman of the
nda> mei'iiny which will be ad-
^sed by I': Alan A. Lipton, a
chioTr.M
raelistj will include Mrs. Sey-
pr H Liebntan, lecturer in the
artmenl ol Bit mentary Edu
|on of trie Univeratts of Mian
L Sale senior supervisor.
CS: Judg< Donald E Stone
fcf I p>idin stici ->: the Juve-
uIchiu Owner Is
Irrestcd As Nazi
% IS : iRLIN I.ITA* A 63-
ti Berlin saloon-keeper
arr"''*n this week on charges
I- hi responsible for the de
rtatic:. (' f> 000 Jews while work
as an aide to Adolf Eichmann ;
fWor.d War'A.
The charges were brought by the
st Berlin Prosecution Depart-
knt against Richard Hartmann.
f" has been running a s-ioon in
center of Berlin for the pas:
years.
Hartmann is alleged to have
en a high Nazi official assigned
|help implement the "final solu-
the extermination of Euro-
In Jewrv.
nile .iiul Domestic Relations Court;
and Msgr. Bryan O. Walsh, direc-
tor of the Cubin Children's Pro-
gram of the Catholic Welfare Bu-
reau Bill Smith, program director
Ol WKAT, will serve as moderator.
The meeting on Thursday, May
2. will be under the chairmanship
Of 1 eon D. Fisher. JFCS execu-
tive director. Dr. Theodore Wolff
will rv the speaker.
Panelists at that meeting will
include Dr. Murray Heiken, psy-
chologist; Erwin B. Marshall, proj-
ect dir< Cor of the Little School
Program; Dr. Ben Sheppard, a pe-
diatrician who serves as executive
director of the Catholic Welfare
Bureau; and Leon Stanley, JFCS
supervisor. Juanita Greene, urban
- writer of the Miami Herald.
will moderate.
The Jewish Family and Chil-
ice is a member agency
of the I nued Fund of Miami and
.. Greater Miami Jewish Feder-
and provides community
ces in family counseling and
in family life education.
French Unit Is
Set Up To Keep
Watch On Jews
PARIS (ZINS) By decree from
General de Gaulle, a secret bureau
has been created to study the ac-
tivities of Jewish officers in the
French army, reliable sources dis-
closed. It is also gathering dossiers
on high Jewish government offi-
cials, particularly experts in the
ammunition industry.
Other targets of the secret in-
vestigation are Jewish teachers.
journalists, scientists, bankers, and
political figures.
Special files are established on
anyone suspected of having har-
bored, or still entertaining, sym-
pathy for Israel. Heading the in-
vestigation team, is Jacques Foe-
card, one of France's best secret
agents, and confidant of De Gaulle.
To Head M-D Group
Judge Arthur Lee Willner will
be installed as president of the
Muscular Dystrophy Society of
South Florida at 8 p.m. Saturday
at the Shelborne Hotel. Miami
Beach.
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Langberg To Be Installed
At BB Florida Conclave
Imi. Florida, April 26. 1968
Abbie Ben-Ari Will
Address Israel Fete
ibic Ben-Ari, North American
fctor of the Israel Government
Hst Office, will be a guest
ker at the anniversary of Is- '
\s 20th year of independence
sored by the Zionist Council
juth Florida, it was announced
eyniour B. Liebman. president
\e Council and chairman of the
bration which will be held at
p.m. Saturday. May 4. at the
mi BMCh Auditorium. Miami
ilil editor Don Shoemaker will
address the gathering.
| native of Johannesburg. South
ca. Mr. Ben-Ari became a resi-
; of Israel in 1352. He has been
pokesman for the Israel For-
Ministry and has served his
eminent on special missions
)ad and as advisor to many <>l
the newly developing nations. He
has traveled throughout Europe
and the United States as a repre-
sentative of his government and
has lectured extensively at univer-
sities in the U.S. and Canada.
Various community organiza-
tions are participating in the
tribute to Israel.
Serving on the committees, along
with Mr. Liebman are: Manuel
Burstein. eochairman, in charge ot
tickets: Mrs. Harold Greene. Mrs
Alfred Stone and Mrs. Ann Gold-
berg, hospitality; Mrs. Howard
Frinz, publicity: Mrs. David Shu-
bow, secretary; Melvin Frumkes,
American Jewish Committee: Mrs.
Irving Kaplan, American Jewish
Congress
Dr. Abraham I. Katsh
Is Etna nit-El Speaker
Education Conference
A "Joint Conlerence on Educa-
tion" has been organized by the
Committee to Keep Greater Miami
Beach Young to discuss the pro-
posed Miami Beach Educational
Park The conference will be held
at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Miami
Beach Senior High School Audi-
torium.
Bernard Langberg. Miami Beach
accountant, has been elected pres-
ident of the Florida State Associa-
tion of B'nai B'rith Lodges. He
will be installed during the associ-
ation's annual convention, which
opens Saturday at the Marco Polo
Hotel.
For the past year, he was vice
president and membership chair
man. He served as chairman in
1966 of the Institute of Judaism
sponsored by the state group and
was membership vice chairman of
the South Florida Council. He has
served on the small lodge commit-
tee during the past three years.
Dr. William Wexler. internation-
al president of the B'nai B'rith.
and Don Shoemaker, editor of the
Miami Herald, will be guest speak-
ers at the convention.
The state's women's chapters
will hold their annual conclave
concurrently at the hotel, with
Mrs. Lily Edelman. director of
B'nai Bath's Department of Adult
Education, a featured speaker.
Mrs Edelman also serves as ed-
itor of Jewish Heritage. She is a
former executive secretary of the
United Synagogue of America's
National Academy for Adult Jew-
ish Education.
Mrs Ruth Wallace of Daytona
Beach has been elected president
BERNARDlANGBfRC
of the Florida State Association of
B'nai B'rith Chapters.
She has been president of the
B'nai B'rith Women for Daytona
Beach for two years and has serv-
ed as vice president of the stat'i
association for the past year.
JEWS first came to China from
Persia in the year 1(H)0 AD. ~e
ling in Kai Feng Vu They assimi
lated, however, and had virtually
disappeared by th' end ol the 13:
century.

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DR. ABRAHAM KATSH
irriiology Seminar
Tardiac transplants will be one
| the major topics to be discussed
a Postgraduate Seminar on hy-
Irtension and cardiology spon-
red by Cedars of Lebanon Hos
tal Friday and Saturday.
[The two clay meeting is under
direction of Dr. Arthur L.
auliiiaii. chairman of the Depart-
?nt of Medicine at Cedars of
pbanon.
Dr, Abraham I Katsh. president
oi The Dropsie College for Hebrew
and Cognate Learning and one of
the nation's foremost educators,
will be the guesl speaker at Tem-
ple Emanu-El Friday evening dur-
ing Sabbath services scheduled to
begin al 830 p.m.
Dr. Katsh. who became the head
ol one of American Judaism's old-
est educational institutions last
year, also serves as research pro-
fessor of Hebraica at Dropsie Col-
lege in Philadelphia
Professor of Hebrew and Near
Eastern Studies at New York Uni-
versity for 33 years, including five
years as director of the Institute of
Hebrew Studies at N.Y.U., he was
founder and director of N.Y.U.'s
summer professorial workshop in
Israel, in cooperation with the
United States Office of Education,
and guided that program for 18
years For a quarter of a century.
Dr. Katsh was curator of N.Y.U.'s
Library of Judaica and Hebraica.
His major writings include "Ju-
daism in Islam" and "Judaism and
the Koran."
He is editor-in-chief of "Hebrew
Abstracts," publication of the Na-
tional Association of Professors of
Hebrew in America, and in 1933
lie introduced the first course in
Modern Hebrew at an American
university
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Ludwik Brcdzki, president ol the North Broward Jewish
Federation, receives the United Jewish Appeal Community
Award on behalf of ihe Fort Lauderdcl* and Pompano
Beach Jewish cenmumine* at a recent dinner celebratinq
Israel's 20th anniversary. Shown with Mr. Brcdzki are Rina
Schcrfman. Miss Israel; and Shepcri Broad, State UJA chair-
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The new Lcuis and Rebecca Merwitzer
Administration Bui'.dinq of the Hebrew
Academy of Gieatar Miami was dedicated
this weekend in ceremonies attended by
key communal and c>vic leaders. Shown
(from left) are: Rabbi Alexander S. Gross.
principal of the Academy; Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Merwitzer; Louis Merwitzer; Mrs.
isadore Abrams, Mr. Merwitzer's dauqhter,
Mr. Abrams; Miami Beach Mayor Jay
Dermer; and Rabbi Joseph Rackovsky.
Perry To Address Council On Frauds
Morton L. Ferry, former chief of
the Racket! and Frauds Division
(1 the state attorney's office, will
address the Florida Council on
Commercial Frauds at the annual
meeting of the Council to be held
m Tampa on Friday.
A founding director of the stale
wide organization formed two
vears ago for the purpose of com-
batting fraudulent business prac-
liees throughout the state. Mr.
Perry will discuss recently enacted
legislation designed to curb com-
mercial fraud. Judge.-, prosecutors.
Chamber of Commerce officials
and representatives of industry
will represent all .-ections of the
state at the conclave.
Mr. Perry, who resigned his po-
sition as an assistant state attor-
ney to seek the office of Dade
County Small Claims Court judge,
is recognized as an expert in the
field of commercial frauds and in-
creased the case load of fraud in-
vestigations in the state attorney's
office tenfold during his four-year
service as chief of the Rackets and
Frauds division.
lie is a past president of B*nai
| B'rith and a member of the Flor-
1 ida Advisory Board o." the Anti-
Defamation League.
Ainslee R. Ferdie
Is Elected Head Of
J.W.V. Post Unit
Ainslee H. Ferdie. Coral flables
attorney, has been elected presi-
dent of the Murray Solomon Post
Home Corp., Jewish War Veterans.
Other officers elected were M
Jay Berliner, vice president: Mrs.
Rose Schecbter, treasurer; Mrs.
Lena Cohen, recording secretary;
and Mrs. Tanya Levine, cone
-ponding secretary.
Ferdie. president of the Coral
Gables Bar Assn. and a member of
JWV's national executive commit-
tee, announced that the corporation
will sponsor the Post 18th-Auxiliary
16th Anniversary Dinner-Dance at
the Saxony Hotel. Miami Beach.
May 18. Proceeds from the affair
will be used to provide a post
home for the Coral Gables group.
AINSLEl K. URDU
AARON LOPEZ, one of the lead-
ing merchants in New England
prior to the American Revolution,
was believed to be the most suc-
cessful Jewish businessman of his
time in the United States.
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Canadians Supply
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Jews In Cuba
MONTREAL (JTA)-The Cana-
dian Jewish Congress said this
week it had received confirmation
from Havana of the receipt by the
Cuban Jewish community of Pass-
over shipments Including 6.000
pounds of matzoh and 3.000 pounds
of matzoh meal.
The Congress, which has been
sending Passover supplies to Cuba
sinee 1961. said the Passover sup-
plies were received in Havana in
I wood time lor distribution to Cuban
Jewish families. The community
sells the holiday fare t" those
families which can afford to buy
ii ami gives it to the needy.
ZOA Slates Fete
For Israel's 20th
The South Florida district.-of the
Zionist Organization of America
announced plans this week for
their annual Israel Anniversary
celebration. This year's festive din-
ner dance which will celebrate the
20lh year of Israel's statehood will
take place Sunday evening. May
19. in the new social hall of Tern-
nle Emanu-EI. 1701 Washington
Ave., Miami Beach
The program will emphasize en-
tertainment and music, as well as
several special events celebrating
Israel's anniversary.
A cocktail reception at 5:3" p I
will precede the dinner which u. 1
lie served at 6:30.
Golf Tourney To
Benefit Hospital
Variety Children's Hospital will
receive all proceeds from the sixth
annual Pootlighters pro-amateur
benefit golf tournament at Nor-
mandy Shores May 15
A goal of $20,000 has been set
by a committee headed by Art
Nardin. The event raised S7.000
last year
Mayor Jay Dernier of Miami
Beach will drive the firsl ball.
Professionals signed include
Chick llarbert. Charlie DcLucca.
Sonny Rou ! Roush. Chico Maurez, Harold Bick-
ford and Andy Moreno.
Jay {'.. Greenberg la
-\!*sijnMl to Vie! !\am
Airman First Class Jay C. Grei -
berg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Greenberg, 8231 SW 32nd Terl.. is
now a member of the Pacific Air
Forces, assigned to Cam Rauh Bay
Aii- Base, Viet Nam. A jet aircraft
mechanic. Airman Greenberg was
previously at Homestead AFB.
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High School, the airman attended
| Brevard Engineering College in
Melbourne. Fla.. and Miami-Dado
JunioF College
To Discuss Mideast
A discussion of "The Middle
East" will be held bj the Miami
Beach Chapter of the United Na-
j lions Association at 8 p.m. Friday
at the Washington Federal Audi-
torium, 1133 Normandy Dr. Mrs.
Doris Lee Rich will conduct th(
meeting.
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W omen Volunteers to
Be Honored May 16
Volunteer.: and supporters of the
Women's Division of the Combined
Jewish Appeal Israel Emergency
Fund.will be among the communal
leaders who w.il be honored at the
May 26 victory dinner and dance
to be held at :he Deauville Hotel,
Miami Beach.
Tnt Fund-railing efforts of the
Women's Division workers and
Mrs. Spector Heads
AEPHI Miami Unit
Mrs. Martin Spector was in-
stallel as the new president of
the Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae
Association o: Greater Miami at a
brunch on Tuesday at the home of
Mrs Burt Levey, outgoing presi-
dent
The other officers installed in-
cluded Mrs. Steven Tobin, vice
president; Mr* Charles Kruglick.
recording secretary; Mrs. Paul
Marciand. o -.responding secre-
tarv: Mrs Edv ard C.imner. treas-
urer. Mrs 5a Grav, chaplain-
historian: a:-. : Mrs. Jean Lehman.
Mrs. Howard Hirsch and Mrs. Fred
Ober members at large.
contributors were hailed this week
by Mrs. Sidney M. Schwartz, the
division's campaign chairman,
who praised the dedication of the
women.
Mrs. Schwartz lauded the lead-
ership ot Mrs. Sol Goldstein, presi-
dent of the Federation and Jewish
Women, and Mrs. Robert Shapiro,
who heads the Young Women's Di-
vision, for their efforts in training
"workers dedicated to their cause
and understanding the needs of
the local and overseas communi- I
ties." I
Noting that the Divisions Initial
Gifts Luncheon attended by 375
women resulted in a 25 percent in-
crease over last year's figures.
Irs. Schwartz cited the success of
(he Benefactors Tea and the vari-
jus luncheons, teas and receptions
aimed at raising funds for this
year's crucial campaign.
One cf the numbers from the Musical Re-
vue "The Best is Yet to Come" written and
directed by Trixie Levin for Mount Sinai
Hospital Auxiliary Installation Luncheon,
Fridav, at the Fontaineb'.eau Hotel shows in
rehearsal (from left): Amy Serns, Dolores
Wilson, ReLoris Wickman, Lydia Goldrinc
Laurel Kimball, Barbara Bessey, Marilyn
Smith, Marjorie Eisenberg. Terry Blum and
Jill Arkin.
Mrs. Crowell To Head Auxiliary Of Parkway General
Mrs. David L. Crowell was elect- i Mrs. Harold Diamond, financial the Auxiliary's Candy Stripp-
ed president of the Parkway Gen- | secretary, and Mrs. Morris Green- group and service awards to Aux.i

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Maiire d'Hotel'
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MIAMI BEACH
Sun Coast ORT
To Install Slate
Mrs. Abraham Krutman will be
installed as president of the Sun
Coast Chapter. Southeastern Re-
gion. Women's American ORT. at
noon Wednesday in the Bon Vivant
Room o: the Hilton Plaza Hotel.
Mrs. Harold Schneider will be
the Installing officer.
Other officers to bo installed are
Mrs. Myron Cohen. Mrs William
Rice, Mrs. Raymond Polstein, Mrs.
Rutli Kuschner and Mrs. Meyer
Goldberg, vice presidents: Mrs.
Nathan Pickens. treasurer: Mrs.
Rose Leeks, financial secretary;
Mrs. Nathan Aaronson. member-
ship dues secretary; Mrs. Joseph
Dubin, recording secretary; Mrs.
Mollie Schuman, corresponding
secretary: Mrs. Joseph Strauss.
parliamentarian.
Mrs Marie Balaban. wife of Cir-
cuit Court Judge Henry Balaban.
will entertain.
Mrs. Moe Gardner and Mrs.
Myron Cohen are in charge of res-
ervations
Women's League Party
Israel's 20th anniversary will be
:i arked by Lincoln Miami Beach
Chapter ot the Women's League
tor Israel at a card party at 12:30
p.m. Friday. May 3. at the 100
Lincoln Rd Club room.
eral Hospital Auxiliary at its re-
cent general membership meeting.
Other officers for the coming
year are Mrs. Samuel Leb. Mrs.
Carl Erickson, Mrs. Wilbur Blech-
man and Mrs. Norman Fogel. vice
presidents; Mrs. Robert Willner,
recording secretary; Mrs. Albert
Matz. corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Arnold Kaplan, treasurer:
berg, parliamentarian.
The officers will be installed by
Mrs. Yale Levinson. first vice pres-
ident of the Association of Florida
Hospital Auxiliaries and president
of Mount Sinai Hospital Auxiliary,
at a luncheon on Monday in the
Algiers Hotel. Highlight of the
luncheon will be the presentation
of two scholarships to members of
iary members.
The Auxiliary obtains scholar
ship money from its hospital gift
shop.
BETROTHAL, according to Jew
ish law. is that ceremony joinir.;j
the woman to a man. It is actually
the first part of the marriage eera
mony and is distinct from today's
"engagement."
A good suggestion,
straight from the employes' "think box"
Why not print
the word
"VEGETARIAN"
in Red on our label?
Excellent, Miss Golbitz! You arc
really on the ball. You're right
"VEGETARIAN" is a mighty im-
portant part of the name of the
world's most popular vegetarian
beans. You might also have sug-
gested printing the in red; the
seal of the Union of Orthodox
Jewish Congregations of America
is just as important. But, Miss Gol-
bitz, the red type would clash with
the other colors on the label. It
would make the whole thing "too
busy". However, Miss Golbitz,
don't think that we're just going
to file your suggestion away and
forget it. Positively not! We're go-
ing to make you famous (at the
office, at least!) We've decided to
create an ad out of your very orig- \ >
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"Shalom." we began rather hesitantly.
"Shalom," she smiled, "that is very good."
"So's your English," we observed.
"I study English in school," she said, "but I
learn much more since I have been in this country."
"How long do you intend to stay?" we
inquired.
"I have a visa for six months," she said, "I
intend to look for model work here, and if things
jo well we shall see..."
"You are very pretty." we forthrightly volun-
teered.
"Thank you," she said. "I take care of myself.
I watch what I eat
"The very reason we're here," we said. "Are
you familiar with margarine?"
"Oh, yes,' she smiled, "in Israel we have all
the latest things. Even mini-skirts."
"Well, we make a product called Diet Fleisch-
mann's. It looks and tastes like regular margarine,
only it has half the calories and half the fat."
"How do they do that?" she asked.
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the calories go the flavor stays. Would you like to
try a little?"
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piece of diet bread which we had thoughtfully
brought along.
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"It has a very fine flavor."
We smiled, maybe a little overanxiously.
Then would it be all right if we used you in an
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"But, of course," she said. "It is very good.
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IN THE SWINGING APARTMENT
Flora and George Rosen moved into the Four
Ambassadors. They love it. Saturday night they
had guests, first in their swinging joint, as George
calls it. for cocktails. Then down to the Cafe of
the Ambassadors for dinner. Very elegant, all the
guests and the host and hostess agreed. Back up-
stairs for cards.
Among the guests were Rose and Bernic
Beiler. It was his birthday so of course a cup
cake and a candle was found lor him It should
vi been a golf ball, I hear he's a terrific player.
Then theic was Lola and Stu Winston. Since it
wasn't his birthday no one needs to know he's
such a good tennis player. Marian and Richard
rouby, Helen and Sj Somerstein and Sylvia and
Buddy Kramer were there too.
DON'T JOG
. lie Jac ibson used I be a k -' a Si h
!ec .. .1 lo do a tittle jogg ng H< ogj d but his
- lid I approve and so he ha I ;
EVERYBODY IS SICK AT HOME
AND IN THE HOSPITAL
More ople are sick! Bui
i mi out I hope that the> I well
*o I wont tell you who they are An eye opera
tion. a kidney stone, a heart attack, a small
eiation, an accident, the flu. lots of things.
| was nice to see a few people looking well.
l>. b and Bev Schwartz were on the corner by
- office She had the new curley hair-do and it
looked cute.
Saw Judge anil Mrs Milton Friedman, they
were having a lot Co say to each other.
Mildred (Mrs Cappel) A-hcr was marketing.
looking just a~ she looks when >ht goes to a
luncheon. Not so many people look that pretty
m the morning when they go to market. Saw
Mattie Lauer at a party She hadn't changed, cute
as the dickens and she can still talk a blue
streak.
Saw Audrey (Mrs. Charles) Finkelstein on TV.
She looked Just like herself and talked like her-
self. Rea (Mrs Mike) Mersel was shopping on 41
St. She rushed up and hack twice while 1 was
sitting there, scarf (lying, coattails flying Melanie
'Mrs. Harold i Thurman ventured from Coral
Gables to Miami Beach and was chatting with
Ruth (Mrs. Thpodore) Pritikin. They both looked
cond too.
A NEW SHEVIN
The Robert Shevins recently announced a
new addition to the Shevin clan. He's their first
son, Harry Alan, who weighed in at Cedars of
Lebanon Hospital last month at 4 pounds. 14
ounces. His sistersLaura, aged 7. and Hilary,
aged 2are impressed with the new baby.
THE SEVENTEENTH TIME AROUND
Seventeen years ago the Pallots decided that
all branches of the family should observe the
first seder together.
That's just the way that it has been all these
years. It has been held in a hotel, every year
getting bigger and bigger. This year it was at
the Eden Roc Hotel with well over a hundred
Pallots coming from as far away as Massachusetts.
Starting off the Pallot clan were the four
brothers. E. Albert. Louis, Jack and Casper and
S their families and Julia Pallot. wife of Moses.
' I There are two sisters and their families Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Schulman and Mr and Mrs. Milton
Klein. Lots and lots of cousins got to see each
other again. There were in-laws and outlaws and
nieces and nephews unto the third generation.
A Pallot brother-in-law conducted the services.
Mr. Harry Schulman.
WHY IS THIS NIGHT DIFFERENT
FROM ALL OTHER NIGHTS?
At Westview Country Club one of the children
who asked the questions at the Club Seder dinner
was Emory, son of Dr. and Mrs. Norman Jaffe.
Emory is known as the club mascot ever since he
started swimming there when he was 18 months
oid. The grandnieces and grandnephew of Mr. and
Mrs Joe Biinbaum were the other three They
were I arol, Julie and Daniel Sternau It was a
lovely community Seder. Among others attending
with their families were the Mark Matthews, the
I hasei and t!i Ben Kovins. The iwin broth-
ers '- idore and Tom Kravitz were there with their
i es The Carl Weinkle clan, the Harry \Win
si io, had lar; e groups as well as the Arthur
ms
YOU'LL NEVER BELIEVE THIS
I burned my matzoh balls. But I cut off the
l brown spots and sprinkled lots of parsley
I made the Matzoh Shalet from "Whats
iking" in the April 5th Floridian. I served it
time with a different sauce It was terrific.
My matzoh balls that burned are a new kind that
Mrs. Sol Silverman makes. That would never
happen to her.
A SCOOP
Thorough Modern Honey otherwise known as
Mrs. Al Glickman had a secret. It won't be a
secret after today. She and her partner are open-
ing a Boutique in the Carriage House around
holiday time in December. It will include every-
thing from brides to dogs. Honey will soon be
off on a European jaunt which will include a
buying tour It you know Honey as I know Honey,
what she will buy for the Boutique will be in-
credibly, fantastic and in words of one syllable
great'
HAPPY PASSOVER
Milton and Helen Smith had the first seder
at their house. They had all of their families and
a few o! their friends without families. The two
grandchildren. Steven and Bryan, children of
Martin and Judy Smith asked the questions.
Seedless to say Helen thinks her grandchildren
aie the smartest ol all grandchildren.
Other guests included Mr and .Mrs. Sid Levey,
Mr. and Mrs Sam Fine and daughter Mona, Dr.
Am >ld Fine. Mrs. Betty Rose and Mrs. Esther
Bergman. Helen is a mighty lucky girl Her sister
in law Ethel Heller has just moved to Miami
Beach. So the next night she and her husband
Laurence had the second seder. Thirty five people
for seder when you've only been in town for a
few months is doing pretty well:
ASK THE RABBIT
No wonder Marvin Brown was grumpy. He
was in a rush to shave. His wife Barbara was in
one bathroom and he couldn't get in the other.
Daughter Judy had been given a real live white
rabbit and she didn't have anywhere else lo keep
it. As yet it hasn't been named since Judy
doesn't know whether it is a "he" or "she". She
asked Dr. Stanley Wasman how she could tell.
He told her to ask another rabbit.
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Frances Ichman
Women98 Group
Of Island View
Installation Set
The Women's Committee of Is-
land View Hospital will hold its
first installation luncheon at noon
Tuesday at the Sheraton Four Am-
bassadors Hotel.
Miami Beach Mayor Jay Der-
mer will install the officers. The |
Rev. Jonathon B. Coffey. pastor |
of All Saul's Episcopal Church.
Miami Beach, will deliver the in-
vocation.
Officers to be installed include
Mrs. Harold Granolf. president.
' and the following vice presidents
| Mrs Henry GewitZ, Mrs. Stephen
Cogen, Mrs. Paul In 'er. Mrs. Paul
i Bercu, Mrs. Betty Finegold. and
Mrs. Daniel Stone.
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Mizrachi Women's Chapters Schedule ^tZJ
Varied Programs For May Meetings
Greater Miami Chapters of 10*
racB Women's Organization of
America have planned varied pro-
grams and elections of new offi-
urs for their May meetings.
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Aviva Chapter will hold a gen-
ral meeting at 2:15 p.m Monday,
May 20, at the Coral Gables Fed-
*ral. Plans for the installation
Ijncheon will be discussed.
Mrs. Simon April is president of
the group.
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Dov Chapter will hold its gen-
t al meeting at 1 p.m. Thursday.
Their board meeting will be held
noon Wednesday. May 29. Both
meetings will be conducted at the
tome of Mrs. Irene Lesser. 1643
>w 7th St.
Mrs. Louis Tokayer is president.
Dr. Joseph Fogel. a practicing
clinical psychologist with the Dade
County Board of Public Instruc-
tion, was to be the guest speaker
at the monthly meeting of the
Mrs. Hyman Kolko. president of Temple Or Olom
meeting, and election of new offi-
cers is on the agenda.
the Mitik'vah Chapter, is planning
a strawberry festival and election
of officers for noon Thursday. May
9 at Kneseth Israel Congregation.
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Rachel Katz Laufer. president of
the Miami Beach Chapter, will
8:30 p.m. Thursday in the Temple
Auditorium.
Dr. Fogel recently returned
from a year's tour of parts of
Europe. He was in Israel at the
time of the Six-Day War. His talk
on life in Israel was to be lllus-
conduct the 1 V*. meeting and | trated ^h sl.de.
card party of the group Wednes-
day at Kneseth Israel Congrega-
tion.
Refreshments will be served and
farewells will be said to Ethel Cur-
son and Ada Wessel. who are leav-
inc for an extended tour to the
i Holy Land
Mrs. Harry Sarnoff is program
chairman and Mrs. Walter Seidler
is cultural vice president. Sister-
hood president is Mrs. Joseph
Rothman.
Mr* Solomon Trachtcnberg.
V'Mrs6 Charles Simon, president, j Hotel for members
U planning a luncheon for the :nends.
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Mrs. Irving Wexler Takes Helm Renanah Hadassah Fashion Showing To Sponsor Male
Of NCJW Greater Miami Section
Mr*. Irving Utexlcr will be in-
Istai'.t:! as president oi the Greater
|\l,. i Section of the National
Council of Jewish Wornen Wednes-
|('lay at the Eden Roc Hotel.
A unusual Orient-stallation." '
|1:im upon the hobby of the new
president, will be featured as offi-
|( era ; land -< ven divisions are Riven their j
latta!
Arthur S. Rosichan, executive '
kirec'or of the Greater Miami Jew-
|ish I"ederation. will serve as in-
stalling officer.
V -. Wexler is an active leader
lol YM-YWHA of Greater Mi-
JHA Auxiliary
To Install Slate
V Lawrence Silverman will
le -tailed as president for her
one-year term by the Great
ami Women's Auxiliary of
Ihe < wish Home lor the Aged at
lOor Tuesday in the Algiers Hotel.
closing meeting also will
eature the installation of other
s and an entertainment pro-
;rai headed by Mm. Henry Bal-
il).
slate includes Mrs, Sol Sil-
:i. honorary life president:
Mr- Samuel Berman. Mrs. Louis
Via! sky, Mrs. Kosc Roth. Mrs.
Vnr Andrews, Mrs. Yctta Marek
im Irs. Martha Graenhargervice
ii ents; Mrs .lack Kntine. treas-
Mrs. ilenjamin Hammerman,
ing secretary: Mrs. Nathan
"i :: auditor; and Mrs. David
'h. >-. coordinator.
Mrs, Benjamin Hammerman is
cha,man of the day. Mrs. Trudy
lar)'-rsehlag. parliamentarian, is
lo aiva the invocation.
Lr. Rose, president of the Jew-
sli K -me for the Aged, will be the
1st ing oflicer.
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Am in addition to a lengthy record
of service for the National Council
of Jewish Women.
Other Section officers are Mrs.
Charles Rosenberg, vice president
of administration; Mrs. Norman
Cohan, vice president of public
affairs; Mrs. Robert Childs, vice
president of membership; Mrs.
Bernard Abel, vice president of
ways and means; and Mrs. Burton
Goldberg, vice president of com- .
munity services.
Miss Vivian Lloyd, vocalist, will
provide entertainment. Mrs. James ,
Rodenberg. program chairman,
said there will be a surprise pres-
entation and that service volun-
teers will be honored.
Mrs Gerald Kogan is handling
I reservations. Mrs. Melvyn Gresn-
i stein is in charge of arrangemeni-
: and Mrs. Hairy Orleans heads the
hostesses
The Greater Miami Section of
the NCJW will commemorate the
75th anniversary ol Council and
, honor the 70th birthday of Mrs.
Arthur Winarick with a party al
Seacoasl Towers South on May 5.
Committee member.- arranging
| the affair are Mrs. Stanley Myers.
j Mrs. Aaron Fair. Mrs. Charles Ro-
' senberg, Mrs. Bernard Abel and
Mrs Wexler.
Mrs. J. Keiser Is
Renamed Head Of
Convalescent Home
Mrs. Joseph Keiser has been re-
elected president of the Bikur
Cholim Jewish Convalescent Home
of South Florida.
Otbejc officers elected by the
Home' include Mrs. Helen Horn-
stein, ways and means vice presi-
dent: Mrs. Murray Kostoff, mem-
bership vice president; Mrs. Sarah
Levin, life vice president: Mrs.
Anne Reaback. program chairman;
Mrs. Sarah Burkin. hospitality vice
president: Mrs. Nathan Rifkin,
treasurer; Mrs. Abe Singer, finan-
cial and membership secretary:
Mrs. Rae Lieberman. recording
secretary: and Mrs. Anne Blecker
and Mrs. Lillian Townsend. corre-
sponding secretaries.
The new officers will be installed
at noon. Tuesday. April 30. at the
Algiers Hotel by Mrs. Sylvia Kur-
"All Eyes on Guys" is the title
of an all male fashion show that
will be sponsored by the Renanaji
Group of Hadassah at 8:30 p.m.
Saturday at the home of Miami
Beach Mayor and Mrs. Jay Der-
mer. 2525 Flamingo Place
Proceeds from the event will aid
Ihe Hadassah eye bank project and
the project for the cure and treat-
1 ment ol trachoma in the Hadassah
Hospital in Jerusalem.
The male models, whose wives
are members of the group, include
Morris Bicky. Robert Cohen. Sid-
ney Goldberg, Howard Gordon. Dr.
Michael Horwitz, William Click,
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Walter
Lefoowitz, Leslie Prince, Abe Seif
and George Trager.
Mr. Howard Gordon is president
of the group.
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Candidates Step Up Campaigns
IfYER M. BRIL
ILIANT
Meyer M. Brilliant has
fied lor County Judge in the
Democratic primary. This
,hip deals with the probate
Utes and the guardianship of
K'iduaU.
practicing attorney in Dade
ity lor 12 years, and before
in Boston for 10 years. Judge
Jiant is a member of the Flor-
id Massachusetts Bar Associ-
. and the American Trial
ie:- Association. He is a
iber of the Florida Municipal
|es' Association and the North
incan Judges' Association.
Idgi Brilliant has been active
:>mnnmal organizations, serv-
vice president of the Leu-
j.i Society and as a member of
liami Police Benevolent As-
:on and the Heart Associa-
lot Miami.
Itive in the Jewish community,
Brilliant is a member of
[pic Beth Am and Coral Gables
Florida House of Representatives.
District 107. He is a past president
of the Miami Beach Jaycees. a
former director of the Dade County
Young Democrats and is a gradu-
ate of the University of Miami and
Stetson Law School.
ROBERT APFEL
Robert Apfel is a candidate for
Democratic nomination to the
Dade County School Board. Dis-
trict 5. He has a bachelor's and a
master's degree in guidance and
counseling from the University of
Miami. Mr Apfel has been teach-
ing eight years in the public school
systems in Dade County and in
Nassau County, New York.
engi-
Dade
CHASE ADAMS
Chase Adams, registered
neer. has qualified for the
County Commission. District 8.
Voting on the post will be non-
dr^'naii"B~rith"He is also I Partisan and county wide. Mr. Ad-
Ivlsory board of the He- ami holds a master's degree in
Free Loan Association and a public works and served as a con-
treasurer of Flagler-Granada | suant for At)antas rapid Jransit
system.
I Bill FLYNN
Bill Flynn. candidate for the
State Legislature in District 93. I
lias, called for immediate tax re-
vision during the next legislative
session. "We have to take the tax I
burden off the working man. and !
have more equitable taxes." Mr. I
Flynn said.
JUDGE CHARLES A. CARROLL
Judge Charles A. Carroll, who
has opened his campaign for re-
election as Judge of the District
Court of Appeal. Third District, has
served on the District Court of Ap-
peal for the past 11 years. He
served as a Dade County Circuit
Judge for 11 years prior to that.
Born in New Orleans and educated
at the University of Virginia and
Harvard Law School. Judge Car-
| roll was a flying officer in the
1 Army Air Corps during World War
11. and in World War II served as a
lieutenant commander in the Coast
I Guard. He is a member of the
! Dade County. Florida and Ameri-
can Bar Associations and practiced
law in Greater Miami for 20 years
prior to his appo.niment to the
Circuit Court bench here in 1946. j
CARL A. REICHE
Countywide voting will decide
i the candidacy of Carl A. Reiche
inr the Dade School Board. Dis-
trict 3. Mr. Reiche is running on a
platform of reading reform, which
; he terms the key to quality educa-
' tion. He points to 25 years of ex-
I perience in budgets, financial
' statements and management in his
campaign announcement.
HERBERT SEIDEL
Herbert Seidel is running for the
Dade County Commission. District
7. An attorney, he is a graduate
of the University of Miami anj a
member ol the Judicature Society
of America and the Dade County
Young Democrats. He is a former
, public school teacher here, and
, has been active as a builder and
real estate developer.
LEONARD R. MELLON
Leonard R. Mellon, a former as-
si-tant attorney general of Flor
ida, has qualified for Criminal
Court Judge in the May Demo-
cratic primary. He was head of
the law enforcement division under
Attornev General Richard Ervin
A. JAY CRISTOL
A. Jay Cristol, a local resident
for 29 years, has filed for election
to the Dade School Board from
District 2. Voting in the Demo-
cratic primary is countywide. Mr
! Cristol, who attended Miami Beach
1 schools and graduated from the
I University of Miami, has been a
i practicing attorney for 10 years
, and served four sessions in the
! Florida Legislature as a special
assistant attorney general. A com-
I niander in the Naval Air Reserve,
and executive officer of an active
! air transport squadron, he has also
served as assistant city attorney.
City of Opa-locka. and recently
was appointed to the Miami Beach
Convention Bureau advisory board
His activities have included the
Navy League. American Legion
Elks. Masons, Miami Yacht Club.
Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity.
Dade County and Florida Bar As-
s-nations, and Lawyers Title Guar-
anty Fi:nd memberships.
IDGE JACK Af. TURNER
Idge Jack M. Turner, senior
of the Criminal Court, has
more than 12.000 cases. Of
lest than one per cent have
reversed by higher courts,
-upporters for reelection as-
due Turner, a South Florida
e. has been on the bench 17
I- He was sen.or judge of the
Court from 1958 to 1963,
prior to that was a city judge
homestead.
uclge Turner is a World War II
fcran. a 43-year resident of Dade
July, attended Stetson and Duke
BersiUes and was educated in
Pe public schools. He is a mem-
ol the American and Florida
Associations and a member of
American Judicature Society.
ETHEL K. BECKHAM
the! K. Beckham has qualified
)i>trict 3 of the Dade County
rnl board primary. She attend-
ee University of Miami and
graduated from the University
Kentucky, where she earned a
in education in 1943. Mrs.
jknam is on the board of the
fceum of Science and served on
boards at Coral Gables High
I'once de Leon Junior High
bola.

JOHN BETHEA
Hm Bethea. University of Mi-
professor, has qualified for
[ county commission from Dis-
7. He holds a master's degree
public administration from the
Rersity of Florida and has been
khing at the University of Mi-
por the past seven years.
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GENE DAVIDSON
ami realtor Gene Davidson,
[rmer chairman of the Miami
ing and Zoning Board, has
fied for the School Board in
lift 3.
Davidson is a graduate of
Iniversity of Miami, and a
^n of the Marine Corps.
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DAN DANIELS
Daniels i* a candidate for
commission. District 1. A
ivi iile and domestic rela-
letective, he is in the con-
business. Mr. Daniels is a
U of the FBI Law Enforce-
Officers Training School.
Is been North Dade United
pairman. a member of the
Zoning Appeal Board and '
I defense director for North
\UL B. STEINBERG
Steinberg has qualified
pmocratic primary for the
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KAUFMAN. Leslli 7- 77' Dad.
11 -.(..:, i Itapel
levin. Henrj i:u. I l
x. nman '!hap<
MANDELBAUM. Leah, 7, S001
Mrd I'l Gordon C
RAINES. Mm lietl) I-" I"".'
Si Biaaberg Chapel.
RIVKIN. I >r Joseph ; ISKI
Palm A-. .-. Ilia -I..1L- Itapel
SCHOENHOUSE, .Mr- Ida, T. IT-'".
s IV, Wlh Am- Rlvemlde
I'll, nii.-nt. Mt. Xebo
SCHREIBER. Mr* Fai ) N 1
Colllna Ave Rlvemlde i Tiap. .
SHAIMAN. Mm Si...... '-' 1*73 Col-
lin- Ave. BtaKhenc Chapel
SORENSEN. M..rniu- '".. 878S N W
-Uii'l Ave. Gordon Chapel
WEINBERG. Mrs Rom f, 1131 I', ni,-
yfvanla Ave, Riverside Chapel
white, lir Kay, 81, :-" Collma Ave
Rlvendde hai- I.
FELDMAN. Hermai 27oO B.W
;."ih Ave. Lllhjrow Chapel. Inter-
ment Mount Slnal.
FELDMAN. William. ''. I'.-.-, i
Ave Hlvcmld. < "hap. I
GUBERNICK. Myra l: 16, Roalyn
l|. iKhta. N 'i Qordon I "hapel In-
ni Mt Sin..i
HILLER. Beatrice It. 32, 1-..,-, I!.,\ Rd
i t'hapel,
KALIKMAN. Phillip, 7, 1.-..".:. Coll Inn
Ave II IV Heyi r
KRISSELL, Daniel Ii ... 1474 Still-
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MURAVCHICK.
-.- Ave R Chapel
i. rmenl Mt. Nebo
Chimskv. Philip. 72, I7OS0 \ i:
Vvi Rlvemlde Chapel
COHEN. Ir-. IStHI Bi y
ltl\emide li;i|n I intermi
\. Imi
Gabin. Mi-- v..-,. ::. 743 Meridian
Ave Rlvemlde Chapel.
GREENBERG Mm Beaa, 71, 1601 Col-
linn A \'- River tide < *ha|iel.
GREENBLATT. Mm, Fran--. 70, 1......
\\- Itl\ I apel
LEFKOWITZ. Aaron, VS. 10311 l.'.il- 81
RIvel .' I I
MANDELBAUM. ,1
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ABRAMSON. I In-- 19
mi f'l .;.. ; im, i in. ni mi
BARNETT. Abraham, i '.'.
RIvel apel.
COHEN, i, i- i: .\| 73 ISOti Baj Rd
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GOLDBERG. I Mr,i- HI.
-., Byron Avi Riven Ide 'ha|iel.
Ini.-nil,-mi Mt. Sii.ii.
MARKUS, Fredrick A, 78, IS4U Ca-
I Klvemide Itapel
ROSENBERG. Mark, 79. ''-' Colllna
i: t-cmidi Chapel
WEINSTEIN. Samuel Victor,
B !: 7:li Ave Biaaberg Chapel. In-
terment Mi Nebo.
RUBINGTON, Nathan, 1...... S llill-
1,-1 i'i. Hlywd. Riverside Chapel.
LEINWANT, Getxel, 7T. 49 Borden SL,
Toronto. Gordon Chapel.
belzer, Rev, Samuel l>. 88, Son ISth
Si Rlvemlde Chapel.
COHEN, Irvine, MT Slal st Riv-
erside l 'hapel.
DANIELS. Mandel, 7:;. MO Collins Ave.
BlasberK Chapel.
HOUTZ. Phillip. 62, :!7I1 Pine Tr.-e
l r. Newman .'impel.
litner, Benjamin, 84, 87 Colllna
Am Gordon Chapel.
SCHNEIDER. Norman M 36, 960
Pennsylvania Ave. Gordon t'hapel.
Interment lit. Nebo
STERNS, Mr-. Helen <:. 70, :->"l Col-
lins .\v<- Riverside Chapel
VERIN. Leo A vii. 34S Michigan Ave
Riverside Chapel
NEWMAN. Mrs. Sarah 75. Detroit
Gordon Chanel,
ROTH. Mi- Resale S 73, 202H S IV
66th Ave Riverside, t'hapel
VERMETTE. Mrs. Tjielma. 'I.
Marseille Dr BlasherR Chapel
WEBER. Collins Av<
Itlii-i m 111
BLOCH. Mi- Cell, '". 1...... T.. ,v \\,
Rlvemlde Chapel.
SILVERSTEIN, Boris, 71. !'!" Colllni
A \ \< .. in.,ii < *hapel
STEINFELD. Benjamin 7 7743 Hard-
mir Ave Rlversl le 'hapel.
STERN. Mrs. Sopl 1350 N K
l1 si Riversldi Cl
TAICH. i.- Hlahla' "I
, riloaci I:-- i nlde Chapel.
WISOTSKY. Bertha, 71. Oord.....
pel hi, i men I Ml Mebn
CHIZ. Al,ruin,ill. 7_. .!_'. Collln 'Am-
rdon Chapel.
DICK. .1.....1 ....... in
Gordon Chapel.
HERSHMAN. Theodore 77
Carl) I. \. Rlvi -1'!. I 'Ii:m I
KEIL. Rabbi Saul, 7fi, I"" Lincoln
Rlversldi Chapel.
LOVITZ. Mr- Anna, 75. 341 Merl
ilinii An- r.i;i-lH-ru Chapel
SARKADY, Louis I. SI -4L' 4th
si Riverside Chapel
SENTER, George >: -.:;. 640 s w
Both i 'i i: v en Idi Chapel Intel m< nl
Mi Blnal
COHEN. Samuel, 7t, 77H CaHyle Ave
Newman Chapel Interment mi
Nebo.
honig. Mrs. Mollle, 7t, 151 N i: Stnd
St. Gordon Chapel hitermenl Mi.
Nebo,
KAUFMAN Thi-o.lor... 49. .".X.". NWS.
River lir l.iilitou CnapeL
PECHTER, Hurry. 7.'. 3 labMd
itivvrslde Chapel.
Parent wll] be _t-d i
Ki anel Club bol -
of schooling races Friday i
There will l- special entei
m<.-ni and free refreshments
rs on this
nisjhl which track president .lami-
Knight has designated as Miami
Shores Night.
Some 30 to 40 of the training
are scheduled, with the first
post at 6:30 p.m. As usual, there
will be free parking, free admis-
sion and free programs.
Two other nights of schooling
races are slated for Monday and
Thursday. May 2. before the regu-
lar season gets under way Satur-
day night. May 4.
'Cancer Answer7 Project
licians in i "< im er An-
project u ill I e on hand ;it
cance i
373-7347 :^~
BS Gold Honor Event
ital
B'r.ai B'rith Lo Iges
speakc i :i: the annual I
affair of the Brov.ard-.Ni rth Dade
Council. B'nai B'rith Women to Ih1
held at 815 p.m. Thursday. Ma) 2.
at the Hollywood Beach Hotel. Hol-
lywood
Forman Opens
Hcad<|iiartes
Over 100 persons attended the
opening of campaign headquarter-
of the Committee to Elect Dave
Forman. Constable of District 5.
recently at 1706 Alton Rd., Miami
Beach.
Speaking at the ceremonies, in
addition to Forman was Jimmy
I.evenson. campaign chairman, and
Carl Gardner, campaign coordinat-
or. Both Levenson and Gardner
pointed out the need for the serv-
ices of a "full time and experi-
enced man" stating that Forman
had previousl) served as the Chief
Deputy Constable for a peilod ol
ten years under now Chief of Po-
lice Rocky Homerance and under
Councilman Leonard Weuutein
while he was the Constable,
S & L Women To Attend
Luncheon, Theatre Party
Some 325 women represei I
15 savings and loan associations in
Dade Countv will attend the ninth
jnnual ladies luncheon and theater
party sponsored by the American
Savings and Loan Institute or Sal
urday.
Following the luncheon at the
Coral Gables Country Club, the
group will attend the production ol
("all Me Madam" at the Coconut
Grove Playhouse,
LEGAL NOTICE
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA iN PROBATE
NO 78529-B
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Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual
leader of Temple Beth Shol
Miami Beach, will be the guest
speaker at a new membership
luncheon sponsored by the lii-
tadrut Women's Division Council
at 12:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs
Harry Kastan. 9124 Carlyle Ave
Miami Beach. Miss Lillian Good
man is chairman of the Council
Women's 0RT Chapter
The Business and Professional
Chapter of Women's American
ORT was to hold its last regular
meeting of the season at 8 p.m
Thursday in the Hospitality Room
of the Chase Federal Bank. 425
Arthur Godfrey Rd., Miami Beach
THE STAR ChAPTER, Cit} ol
Hope will install its new slate ol
officers at a noon luncheon Satur
da) at Treasure House Smith. 7501
F Treasure Dr., North Baj Vil
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IN AND FOR DADE COL*.-v
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No 70648.c
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Hemophilia Society will hold its
regular luncheon meeting at noon
Thursday. May 2. at the Bel Aire
Hotel. Miami Beach.
ALEXANDER GORDON
Alexander S. Gordon, a meml>ei
of the Metro Commission since it
was organized in 1958. is a candi-
date for reelection to his present
District 5 seat.
A Miami Beach attorney. Mr.
Gordon is a former FBI Special
Agent and has served as Judge
of the Miami Shores Municipal
Court. He currently holds the post
of vice mayor of the county and
twice was the chairman of the
Metro aoverninji body before the
office of mayor was established.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
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SUSSMAN, William, 72, IH v r
Bt Uthfcnu Chapel.
BERG. Abe, 7 1 !.", W 27 81
aide Chanel
BRANDES. Mn Brneatlm im -
In.-x.i Ave Gordon Chapel
HAREN. Mi> Hannah, 7'-.
'I'r. .,-ni | ii B|, i ,,|,. -I,,, i,. i
lev. ii. njamin i' M, '.,,i ,
Klveraldi t'hapel.
NADLER. Mi, i: iher i; 7..
Colllna Ave Rlvemlde i"Ii:iii
SHAPIRO. Milton, .:. 4-:;: Cnlllna
a i, New in.i ii i tin pel,
AMAZON. Hi. Jennie, 7\ :-:.-, BHek-
II Ave Klveraide Chapel
FISHER. Mrs. Ilelln. 85, I ., \|' |i
Bt Rlvendde l^anel,
GERVIS. MICS DOROTHY, R4, Hjnr,
Colllna Ave. RlTeralde CTjapel
GRASIAN. Bam, Kn. 411 s .\v :.i C|
Riverside Chapel
KLASZ, Mrs I'.-nili,,. Xx'U. 75 :\ ]
s W 23 si Rlvemlde Chapel In
termem Mi Nebo
LAChant, Banrael, 78, 125 Ocean Dr
Rlveralde f'hapi I
SILVERMAN, Herman, go, i>i;i n w
Klfrhih Ave (hirdon t'hapel
SILVERMAN. .Mrs Siirnli. gl, m;,
'"ilins .\v.- Dordon Chapel Inter-
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV
eLORIOA. IN PROBATE
No 78814.B
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mini alx calendar mnntha
linn- of il,,- ,i,-s, nubli, .,
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Dated nl Miami, Florida
nay of April, v |, fit
JACK M l-IVK
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[he nth day ,., April, lCR
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Attorne\a for Aitmlniatrntor
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NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No 68 6385
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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Philnliff
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IN THE CIRCUIT COl '-T Of
ELEVENTH JUD'C'A. Cls_-
IN AND FOR DAI.'-
FLORIDA
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Plaintiff,
VIROINIA \ M HHN
11, fendanl
in VIHCIXIA VACHIIN
Ri aid. a I'nkiio'
V.H-. VIROINIA '
hereby notified I"
io ibis dlvorci i'1 i1" '
and in.-,l copy to Pla
algned attorney, ......I '" '
oay ,.f May, l*W """'
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Dated in Miami, Florida
I.,. "I April, <"' _., ... ...
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*Jenit nkridton
Page 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
UIT COURT. ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IDE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 68-5373
JTlCE BY PUBLICATION
'NDBRBt'RK,
mi'
(k Ki\i'i:itn'KK.
MAFDE FINDEKBI i:k.
it,-.- Fnknown are notified in
,,,py of your answer to Divorre
llnl filed against you on Plain-
tttorney. GBBROB Nicholas.
Lgtb Ave., .Miami. Florida,
original iih Clerk of 11ms
on or before Way IS, I MIR
lise complaint will be confessed
ED April 4, ie*.
11 LEATHEICMAN. Clerk
lly: K. M. LYMAN
Deputy Clerk
4'l2-H>-2 I
MVEHO
BY HENRY LEONARD
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAM LAW
flCE IS HEilEltY OIVBN thai
nrtcrstgned. desiring to engage
rsa under tin' fictitious name
(WIN H. GARSON PROtMTO-
at 6SM Indian Creek Drive,
Beach, Florida. Iiilendtsl to
Bald name will th Clerk of
Ircutt Court Of Dade County.
EDWIN H <: A It SON
IN'iKF. WALLER i BEItGLER
tyisl (or Edwin II. Carson
1.1 in Road
Beach, Fltiriila
4/S-12-1&-26
OTICE BY PUBLICATION
[HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
lVENTH JUDICIAL circuit
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
No. 68-6800
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
[I.F.TTBR MARIA GARCIA,
iff
- POH.A OARCIA,
: il. Ill
(HRISTl iBALOARCIA
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;? .. 1.1 .. Nevada
' -III. STOBAJL OARCIA, are
|) not od that a Bill of Com-
fur Divoroa haa bean filed
Ht you. and you are required t"
. copy i your Answer or Plead-
the Bill of Complaint on the
tiff's ale rney. PAt'l. KWITNEY,
ln< oln Road, Miami Beach, Florida
Hie the original Answer or I Mead-
tha office of the Clark of the
|lt COWl on or before tin- L'l'nd day
ly, 1MB. If you fail to do no
.nt bj dcfiult will be taken
1st you for the relief demanded
Bill of Complaint.
noli. -hall be published once
rrek for four consecutive weeks
Nl\ JEWISH FI>>RID1AN.
ME AND imiiKKF.li at Miami.
Sa. this 12th day of May A.D.
LEATHERMAK, Clerk
in I lade County, Florida
I I. SNHEDEN
Deputy Clerk
Ktt ITNETS of
-BIN KWIT.NET ft
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVKN thai
tha undersigned, desiring to engage In
buainaaa nndar the fictitinus nama ol
LANIBR CLINIC FOR CHILDREN
WITH LEARNING DISABILITIES al
717 i ipa Locka Boulevard, Opa Locka,
Intends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
joii.N ski.F. Soi.- Owner
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"In response to our question of 'race',
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LEGAL NOTICE
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4 19-28 5/3-lft
?T CE BY PUBLICATION
r- E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
U IiNTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
1F-(.'RIPAINAND FOR DADE
ICCl'*-v IN CHANCERY
No. 68-5855
- i 1 =OR DIVORCE
|l MtClA.
ill M
IARCTA,
i IZ GARCIA
Ito 22B-A
<' '.as Villas
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I '!.. RTJJS GARCIA are
> It that BID of Com-
(t llvuraa has been filed
l, I nd you are required to
i your Answer or Plead-
i I II of Complaint on the
Ullf. attorney. LESTER ROG-
!>'. 599 N.W. 14th Street.
! lortda SUU and file the
twwar or Pleading In the
of the Clerk of llM ''inuit
on or Itefore the 22nd day of
1968 II you fail to dr. so. judg-
( by ib fuult will he taken aKalnst
th. relief demanded in the
D' Compiam*
uitice shall be published once
t-k for four consecutive weeks
IE JEWISH Fl.oKIDIAN.
AND ORDERED at Miami.
thla Hth day of April, ad
R. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk
it curt. Dada County, Florida
By: N. A HEWETT
1 '-pu:\ Clerk
it Court Seal)
Ell ROGERS, ESQ.
HI 1 lib Stre.-t
Florid
4/19-26 5/S-10
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
'N THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
No. 68-6^58
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I 'LORES CA.Ml'HKI.I..
Plaintiff
ROGER DALE CAMPBELL
Defendant.
TO: ROGER DAI E CAMPBELL
Realdence Unknown
You. ROGER DALE CAMPBELL,
are hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has bean filed
.igainst you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ina; to the BUI of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs attorney. PAUL KWIT-
NEY. 4J'i Lincoln Koad. Miami Beach.
Florida and file the oriental Answer
or Pleading in the office of th.- Clerk
Of the Circuit Court on or before the
29th day of .May. 1968. If you fail to do
so. Judgment by default Will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each weak for four ronaeeiutlv* weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.orioian
DONE AND ORDERED al Mlam
Florida, this 22nd day of April AD.
II".v
K It I.F.ATHF.B.MA.N. Clerk
Circull curt. Daide County, F
By: 1. SNBBDEN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal I
PACE KWITNBY of
BILVBRSTEIN. KUITNKY &
i; iFDISS
l. Lincoln Road
Mi imi Be. h Florida
\m rneys for Plaintiff
i 86 1-10-17
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
tb" uuderedgned, desiring to engage in
liuslness under the fictitious name of
LaFEMME, at 2 B.E. First street.
Miami, Florida, Intend to retfister said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
MAN WEfTZ
SYBIL WB1TZ
ROBERT WEITZ
SOL COHEN
HTBR8, KAPI-A.N & TORTER
Attorneys for applicants
Suite :!"4. Eleven Fifty Bldg.
1110 B.W. First Street
Miami, Florida 3S130
4/5-12-19-28
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of TONY MANNF.KO. MAN NERO
ENTERPRISES at l'"> West Z6th
Street, Hlaleah intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
SAM ROSIOIAN.
Sole Owner
t i2-i9-:a.-. s
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
MMui 373-4605
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 752
In KK: Batate ol
MARY HAAO
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pi raons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Again-' Sniil
Batate:
You are hereby notified and quit-
.-.l .. present anjr i laima find di mande
which you may have agalnsl the
estate of MARY KAAfl dei-taiaed lat-
,,f Dado Oounty, Florldn, lo the
j Couiiiy Judgea "i Dude Counii and
f:i. the mime in dunHuoti and a t>ro-
- id, i In Section 731 16, F l< I Id 8tl -
uN in their office in the County
i .Hi ihouae In Dade County, I !
ti -ix calendar months from 'he
lime Of the fust pnhlic.it..... '.....f,
the same i\ ill be barn !
I lated ai Miami, Fieri' I 'h
daj I March. A D 1968
I.MF.HY 3 I'MI.C/.DIt
1 Bxeoutor
publication of this notice on
1.. r.t'n .l.iv of April. 1 f>v
MALCOLM H FRIEDMAN
, v for Executor
g R l-'nst Street
M.ami, Florida /,...,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREEBV OIVEN that :
the underatgned, dealrlna to engage i
In bualneaa under the fictitious name
"f DRAGON I.ADY COIFFURES at i
L"Hi N.E 164th Street. North Miami T<
Beach int.ii.l- :.< registi-r said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dade County, Florida.
HOCH-CIRONDA, INC.
P WID BOBMER
Attorney for AppHoant
:ii W. Flat S eel
4/19-26 ."./3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in busincs.- under the fictitious name
of NAPPY'S PIZZA PARLOR AND
FAMILY PUB at 35 N. E. 167 Street,
North Miami Beach. Florida intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
TAMMY ENTERPRISES. INC.
Florida Corporation
Sole Owner
PAi'l, KWITNEY of
SILVERBTEIN, KWITNEY and
Q( lUDISS
Attorneys for
TAMMY ENTERPRISES. INC.
426 Lincoln Koad
Heath. Florida
1 .-l^-l!>-;6
HE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 78266-C
i tate of
K tiOLDBERO, u/k/a
AMFEL UOLDBBRO,
d
40TICE TO CREDITORS
ICaadltora md til Peraona Hav-
alnu or Detr inda Agulnul Bald
|ue herebj notified and reiuir-
I--, nt a clalnu and demands
.you ma, have au.iin-i th.
kf JENNIE i:m DHERtl, a k .
lAMI I. ':i il.l iBEKI I, deeens-
nf l> ide County, Fkrl I i
fount) Juilges of Dnde County,
the i. i".' i dunllcii i......i as
hi Section 733 10, Fl
In their ices In the County
Me in Dart* Coun4y, PI I i
ilx alendar monthr from the
\ the t" u hereol
nie w III tie bai red
[al Mlai Fl......u
Iprll, A |i
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pEDERII K (HI I "'
IF. IRD I! OOLDBERQ
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CIRCUIT COURT, ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 68-5383
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
M ADO LINE NEWTON,
|
vs
HI >Y LIB NEWTON,
Defend
YOU, ROYLIE NEWTON, Resl-
dence L'rlknown, are notified to serve
,i copy "i your anawer to Divorce
Coniplainl I ed igainat rou on Plain-
ill's attnmty DBOROE NICHOLAS.
i.t.: N W 12th Ave., Miami. Florida,
and file original with Clerk of this
Court or before May 15th, 19R8.
otherwise "iiiplah-it will be confessed
b\ you.
|> iTI'h \pril 4th 19611.
B I LEATHBRMAN. Clerk
if P. COFKLAND
Deputy Clerk
4712-16-S6 r./3
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-5613
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
VI ilKIITA BROW M.l'.i:.
Plaintiff,
HERMAN .1 BROWNLEB,
I'. fendan I
HERMAN .1 BROWN LEE
llesldei I I 'nknow n
You. HERMAN i BROWNI.E an
hereby notified thai a Bill ''m-
plaint for Divorce haa been filed
against you and i"u are required
to serve .i "p.v of your Knawer or
Pleading tc tin Bill of Complaint on
the Plaintiffs attorney, KNOEL &
POLLACK 1700 N.W, 7th Street,
Miami. Florida. 373-0801, and I
original Answer or Pleading I" the
office of the Clerk of the circuit
Court on or before the 15th
May. 1J6S. If you fail to do I
men! by default iu he taken
you for the relief di manded
Bill ol Complaint.
This notice shall bi published -e
each Week- for four '' 'llsecUl i\ IV eks
In THE JEWISH ri>iRlDl \N
DONE AND ORDERED ul M ami,
Florida, ibis i"th day of Apr.I A.D.
lA8
i: B LE tTHERM VN "
Circuit Court. Dade Count.' r" rlda
Bj c p. cc pPELAND
Deputy Clerk
n 'Inull Com Seal i
KNCBL .< rn'.l.MK
1701) N \Y Till Sin I
Florida
! ". "
:udg-
gainat
:i the
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
NO. 68-4930
FERNANDO HALDOMERO.
Plaintiff,
VIVIAN BALDOMERO,
Defendant
TO: VIVIAN RALDOMERO
!'!i Van Waganen Avenue
Jersey City, New Jersey
Y'ou. VIVIAN BALDOMERO. are
hereby notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce haa been filed against
you. and you are required to serve
a copy of your Answer or Pleading to
the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
attorney, LESTER ROGERS, ESQ.,
H'.iS N.W. 14th Street. Miami, Florida
3BIS6, and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Curt on or before the 7
day of May. ".':- If you fall to do so,
judgment by default will be taken
against you foi relief ib-manded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice i be published ence
each week for our eonaeoutlve weeks
in THE JEWISH Fl ORfDIAN.
DONE AN1 Itl ERED al Miami.
Florida, thla Is8 day of March, A.D.
1968
B. It LEA 'I -:MAN. Clerk
Circull Court Daah County.Florida
By: K m LYMAN, Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court S'-ah
LESTER i:' '-'l!.- ESQ.
>. Miami. Florida I
4/5-12-19-t*
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 78183-C
in RE: Estate "f
IKVlNi; LERNER,
a k a IRVING H LERNER,
Di.....BH< d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T All Creditors and All Persona
Having 'la nis or Demands
Againsl s ild Batata:
.. .,, | ., .. ttfl id i 'i required
to pre..,: my i lalw Una la
. *i n
IKVIN LERNER a/k 'a Hiv -
i, i a 'i i
Judger "' Dad< C an i I file the
same In am ll'"1 '"
s, ii.,: J itO* '"
In Dade Com "'". '-

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K...... LORBBR
S- SHBNKMAN
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OFTHE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 61-5134
NOTICE OF SUIT
CAPITAL FILM LABORATORIES
INC a Delaware corporation.
Plaintiff,
vs.
MOVIE MASTERS. INC a Florida
corporation. WIIOJAM .1 JCOO,
individually, and ROSB-OAPFNBY,
INC., a New Vork corporation.
I i.fenilants.
TO: HUSS-OAFFNEY. INC.
21 West 4Rth Street
Manhattan. New York,
Neu York
YOU AND EACH OF YOF ARE
HEREBY NOTIFIED that a suit haa
bi ,n brought against you by CAPITAL
FILM LABORATORIES INC. a Dela-
ware oorporatlon, plaintiff, to fore-
, |i m i tain Security Agreement
(Chattel Mortgage) more particularly
described in the Complaint filed in
this suit, which Security Agreement
(Chattel Morts-agel encumbers the
following described property, to wit:
That certain feature-length 3r. mm
color motion picture entitled "Oavllan''
including but not limited to all original
negatives, dupe negatives, fine grain
rm, Btoe* shots, amrk
inwwer prints, release grlnl
. I tra
di right!" to 'he literary m
photoplay in baaed I ncrlpl >,
all music .md ivc nynohronlaed with
. i Ioniai all t ^i !"
till*, l v '' '
and for olhi s"11 :""e re-
qulred lo file 5
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v
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..... ater than
f v
will ho taken
n rBD at Mlam
day uf aurtl, l''x
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Cler* if 'h Or
By K M I v-' >\
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COL'RT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
OADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-5614
SU'T FOR DIVORCE
'-
'.iff.
\ s
PERCIA \ i. I ATE.
(>. fendanl
TO: PERCIVAL TATE
Realdence Unknown
You. PERCIVAL TATE, are hereby
notified thai R Bill ol Complaint for
Divorce has been (,'.,! against you,
and you an reojulred nerve
oi your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill ol Complaint on Ihe Plaintiff's
attorney, ENGBL .' POLLACK.
l-nft N.W. 7'h Btreet, M mi, Florida,
.ri.vnxiii. and fill rhi original Anawer
in Pleading In the office of the clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
18th day "i May. 1968 'f you fail to
do SO, Udgl i n' bj default will he
taken againal you foT 'he relief de-
manded in the Bill i t'omnlalnt.
Thla notlci Khali be published once
endP week for four ronaeewtlv* weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORTDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida ibis tntn day ..i April A.D.
'firs
F. B LEATHERN tH Clerk
circuit Court, Dade Cout ly Florida
By: C P Ci IPE1 '.ND
Di uutl 'li rk
IC-, uil C( in- S' all .
PHILIP s ;"l DIN
IGNGEL /C- POLL VCK
i7ii" N w "7 11 Stn M Florida
4 12-19-26 RAJ
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
No 68-4956
RAY SANS, previously known as
IRVING SCHAENM \N.
Plaint iff
vs
MAKlE HELENE '.'>.. previoui ,
known ae
MABIE HELEN E .-. H \ l.\ MAN.
TO: MABIE HELENE S \NS
previously km .vn as
MARIE RELKNE StWABSM -N
880 shore \-.. nu< Apt. No, l.-l
l.oni- i;. t Island
N.w York
Yen. MARIE HELEN SANS
hereby notified that a BUI of Complaint
for Diver. has I lied nc ill Ml,
and you are required to serve .> copy
, : \ nur Answi n Pli nding to the
BIH of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
I PA 1*1. ,\ ITNEY, 420 Lin-
coln Load. Miami > en.*, Florid id
fill I hi original Vi *wer or Plei i
... of th' rk of the "irooit
, m t nn or I on the Sth daj of
May, 1968 If you fu i '" da so, Judg-
ment by default will >' taken age. nal
you for ihe relhrt demanded in the
' Bin of Cnmpta itrt
This not.....ball '" published once
each week for :"ur naecutlve weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
DONE VND ORDERED at Miami,
[Florida. ) of March ad.
' E. B LEATHBRMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
By: I. SNEI'.DEN
Deputy clerk
(Clrcuii Coin" Seali
PAUL KU'ITNEY of
SILVERBTEIN, KWITNEY
ft OODDISS
(l Lincoln P.oad
Miami Beach. Florida
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
N. 78809-A
Estate of
I.TTp-WI'. VI IGT
fVe. I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditort nn.l All Persona
Having claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any oiaittis at d i
which you re ly ha> I the
nscittp of r.IT'Ulc, V- OT
' Dnde Cou li 'In
idges of Dadi i
ii,.,' '.. i ,- pro-
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78453-C-Ciark
In RE: Estate of
ADBLAIDA B JBWBTT,
1 lei e.,-,d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Per
Having 'lalm or I lemanda
Again-' Bald I utati
You an ' by notified and required
i, present claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
latC Of MiFi.AiDA II JBWBTT, de-
ceased late of Did. County, Florida.
to the County Judgea of Had.. County,
and file tl" -Mine In duplicate and as
provided in Section 728.18, Florida
Statui.s. Iii their offices In the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within sis ci lendai .....ha from the
lime of thi flrat cui.li. ation hereof,
or the same will I" barred.
Dated nt Miami. Florida, this 2*th
day of March. AD
First publication of th -
the Sth da) of April
ALFRED E JEW BT*
A- Executor
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Miami. F
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