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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( 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).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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"Jewish Florxdian
Combining TH JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
te 41 Number 18
Miami, Florida, Friday, May 3,
1968
Three Sections Price 20c
hetto Rites Speakers Protest Polish Policies
YORK (JTA) Thousands
Yorkers attended an open
Jl> in Times Square this
honoring the 25th anniver-
the Warsaw Ghetto up-
tssage from the State De-
nt, delivered on behalf of
tnt Johnson, condemned the
ol anti-Semitism in Poland
tierever it occurs. A tele-
rum Vice President Hubert
iphre> acknowledging that
IMMITTEE FORMED
\andeis U.
>ls Plans
\r Negroes
By Special Report
?HAM, Mass. Brandeis
|it> announced this week
has established a perma-
prisory committee to formu-
-range, substantative plans
Bve the position of Negro
on campus. The commit-
be known as tin- Univer-
Hsory Committee on Afro-
In Aftairs.
lecisidn to create the per-
120-member advisory com-
|scven of whom are Negro
-grew out of a series of
Bcussions between repre-
ss ol Biandeis' 47 Negro
and Brandeis President
Saehar following the as
|o!i ol Dr. Martin Luther
|ition to the seven Negro
the newly-formed advis-
mmittee includes three
adents. five faculty mem
live kev administrators.
Jilting on the new com-
President Saehar observed
fcmbers ol the joint com-
lei there is a great need
Ining and implementing
programs which will get
We ol the problems con-
legTO students and staff,
|eis intends to put the full
its resources into sup
iich programs." Dr. Sa-
pred. As a matter of
Educational
? is now con
of a new study concen-
African Studies."
"the frightening disease" of anti-
; Semitism had not been eliminated
! from the world was also read.
The memorial rally was organ-
ized and sponsored by 55 national
Jewish organizations.
A resounding condemnation of
Polish anti-Semitism was voiced
DJ Sen. Jacob K. JaviU, New York
Republican, who addressed the
limes Square rally.
"I believe it is essential." he de-
timed, "lor the United States to
express its deep concern to the
Polish government regarding the
mounting number of incidents of
anti-Semitism in that country and
their dire implications for the fu-
ture Warsaw's reaction to popular
demands for freedom." he said.
"is sadly reminiscent of the tactics
of Czarist limes when the Imperial
Russian government blamed Jews
for its woes."
At the same time Sen. Javits
noted that "there are manifesta-
tions in the United States of vocal
anti-Semitism by certain Negro
extremists as a component of 'hate
Whitey' racism. It indicates." the
Senator said, "how extremist dan-
gers are bred in social turmoil."
The State Department's message
was read at the rally by Abram
Salomon, chairman of the Warsaw
1 Ghetto Uprising Anniversary Com-
| mittee. It said: "In connection
with your understandable concern
about the current situation in Po-
land. I do not need to tell you that
the United States condemns antJ-
Semitism wherever it occurs. The
President has asked that I thar-fi
you for inviting him to address I ie
Warsaw Ghetto Day Rally in New
York City. He regrets he can", it
accept but he is fully with you in
spirit.''
The American Jewish Congrtis
challenged the Warsaw regime's
Continued on Page 8-A
DAY AN WARNING
War Will Be Fought
'On Jordanian Soil'
TEL AVIV (JTA) Defense
Minister Moslie Dayan has warned
Ionian thai if it continued to wage
"a war of terror" against Israel,
the war would pass t,j Jordanian
.-oil and be decided there.
phasized that Israel would not
accept .i cease-fire agreement that
was not applied to terrorist activi-
ties and under which terrorist or-
ganizations were permitted to
wage war on Israel's side of the
V.OSHE DAYAN
tlements in the Israeli side of the
.Ionian Vallev. Gen. Davan em-
Soviet Embassy Says
Prayerbook Is Ready
WASHINGTON, DC. (JTA)The "After this come morning pray
Soviet Embassy's Information De- ers. There are also special prayers
partment announced this week that for Saturdays, big autumn holi-
t new Hebrew prayer book has I days, Passover and other religious
been published in Moscow where holidays." the report declared.
the first copies have been deliv- Th(, Novostl wrlter said he had
ered to the choral Synagogue. asked RaDDi Ll,vin explain the
According to the report by No- differences between the new prayer
vosti, the official Soviet propa- book and one issued several years
Thant May
Send New
Mission
UNITED NATIONS, N.Y iJTA)
Jordan tries to do what Egypt i Diplomatic sources noted tfa B
stopped doing after it evacuated week that the exchange of cot"
residents ol cities and towns along respondents between Secreta.--
the Suez Canal, then Jordan will\ General U Thant and Israel and'
Speaking at a meeting of the I cease-fire line. This "unilateral
regional council at Samakh. at-1 right" is not for the Arabs alone,
tended by representatives of set- he warned.
"II Jordan wants to become the
sword of the Arab countries and if
ganda agency disseminating news
abroad, the new prayer book was
edited by Chief Rabbi Yehuda l.eib
Levin, of Moscow, and was "pub
[ished in an edition of 11).000"
copies
The Novosti report, by Samoel
Rozin, described the prayer book
ago. The rabbi was quoted as say-
ing: "At the request of the com-
munity we have included a number
ol additional prayer- It is
somewhat smaller than the former
one. making it much more con-
venient to hold during prayers
iandi our new prayer book is bet-
the
also have to pay lor it." Gen.
Dayan declared.
He warned that the entire Jor-
dan Valley would become a battle-
field with no place for civilian life
because families and livestock can
not "live under the same roof with
acts ol war."
He told the settlers that while
some 70.000 Jordanians had left
.lord.in Valley settlements as refu-
gees in Jordan, there had been in
creased recruiting of Israeli civil-
ians and youth for border settle-
ments
the Arab States, cited in his report
on plans to send a new mission t >
the Middle East to study treat-
ment of civilians and prisoners if
war. revealed an intensive effort
by Israel to ensure United Nations
examination of the treatment il
the Jewish minorities in the Arab
countries
The resolutions adopted
year by the Security Council
Continued on Page 11-A
it
tad
Survey Shows Growth
Of W. German Nazis
al Policies ias having been "printed on high P together. I am sure the
sidering the | qua|ily paper by the best printing I People *! be very pleased with
Itfiv ruiiii'll .!-... !_ hA^mmmmH m*J *-..lrl it wfAialfl 1'*
immer. Dr. Saehar also
id. the university will con-
Jtorial program for the
lal number of "high-risk
LONDON (JTA) A survey by
the West German Ministry of In-
shop in Moscow" and said it would | (erjo|. 0 the development of right-
soon qo on sale. The attention given the new wjn;, Bjrijremjgm anj anti-Semitic
The book contains about 300 prayer book by the Soviet propa- tendencies in the Federal Republic
which "the Hebrew alpha- i ganda agency was apparently in- in 1967 showed that the neo-Nazi
National Democratic Party is at-
years that Soviet Jews suffer from
pages in
bet Is given in printed and written j ,en,|e(< t0 refute reports over the
letters at the beginning fol-
udents who have been ac- i lowed by a section on early morn
the university for admis- ing prayers to be recited on a
(September.
trading more extremists to its
wak- |a severe shortage of religious sup- ranks, it was reported here this
ening." the Novosti report said. plies. week. The survey was the subject
MB RESOLUTION
tal Involvement' Urged For Needs Of Poor
Francisco (jta> Total
lent in community pro-
|o alleviate the urban crisis
helping to provide jobs.
Ion and better housing for
Jtes and other deprived
Ian.- was urged on Jewish
pity centers in a series of
foils adopted at the Na-
Jewish Welfare Board's
i. convention here this
h ". :. solutli "- noted that,
fc -. .:. activities, the JM B's
450 affiliated community centers
and Ys. and their 739.000 mem-
bers, would be fulfilling their "Ju-
daic commitments."
Also adopted were resolutions
i calling for a.d to Jewish merchants
i who were victims of recent racial
disorders and urging Congress to
: give priority to legislation to aid
. the hard core unemployed and
needy.
On the international scene, the
coavenuon called on the United
i Stales government to protest the
| anti-Jewish campaign in Poland
: and protested the Soviet Union's
i continued repression of Jewish
cultural and religious life. The
JWB saluted Israel on its 20th an-
niversary and gave its support to
I the principle of direct Israel-Arab
negotiations to achieve a secure
peace in the Middle East.
I.ouis Stern, of South Orange.
N.J.. was reelected to a two-year
term as president of the JWB. Mrs
Hugo Dalsheimer, B Baltimore
Jewish community leader, was
elected president of the World
Federation of YMIIAs and Jewish
Community Centers.
Leon Kaplan, president of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
was elected to the board of direc-
tors of the organization
In a resolution on the Viet Nam
war. the delegates urged the gov-
Continued on Page 12-A
of a background paper prepared
by the Institute of Jewish Aftairs
According to the survey, the
NPD has a membership of 28.0\K>
today, compared to 14.190 at the
end ol 1965. Most of its members
come from those parts of Ger-
many where the Nazis made their
biggest gains in 1932. Membership
in the party's most extreme wing
has been increasing steadily and
there has been a coi responding de-
crease in its more moderate wing,
the survey said. The average agd
of party members is 42. Young
people appear to shun it.
The survey noted that up to the
end of 1965 the NPD did not ha\*
access to the national press. T )-
day. it< activities are widely re-
ported owing to its successes in
various state elections and the ex-
treme right-wing, nationalistic pro-
nouncements of its leader. Adolf
Von Thadden.
Returns from the Parliamentary
election in Baden Wuerttemberg
this week indicated that the NPD
won around 10 percent of the total
'vote at the expense of the majoi
Christian Democratic a;:.: Social
Democratic parties


Page 2-A
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Friday, May 3, 1968
fc-
Judaism Council \5 on t
Identify Soviet Mission
MNP YORK tJT.V> A spokes-
nan for the anti-Zionist American
Vouncil for Judaism said this wee*
that the organization had been
lllim of the identity of the mem-
bers of the proposed Soviet Jewish
religious delegation to this coun-
try *a& *s satisfied that the four
men named were responsible Jew
i
ss representatives of the Soviet
Jewish community.
Tfco spokesman said that it was
possible that Chief Rabbi YehvcU
Leib Levin of Moscow wooM bo
U.S. Agreement
Reported On Entry
Of Polish Jews
LONDON WNS The V '.
-..:,< ;s prepared t.^ admit Polish
Jews tarring That courftry because
>f !he recent aati-'ewish cam-
_-. it was dist tt b> Ow
Su x v.os -.r. a repor w
said tta Stan DcptrfaMal m ad-
si\J. Sw Rahcti Kewdj m re-
nsi to a tetter tl inquirj
\v. -- i S rimes.
he State De| '* *es tk*
tnti >* naitk cam
mi itadwal .. point where it is
irofKf I stater with sympa-
thy" ap '' Jewi
risk te emanate Eroaa Polar.,-:
able to mole* tho journoy and hood
the delegation. Ho declined to
identify tho other delegation mem.
bors at this time.
The delegationthe first Jewish
religious group to receive permis-
sion from the Soviet authorities to
leave Russia to establish direct
contact with Jews abroadwill
come here at the invitation of the
Council for Judaism which had
originally invited Chief Rabbi Le-
vin to address its convention in
May. The convention was post-
poned until the fall and the Coun-
cil is now discussing a date for
the visit with the delegation in
Moscow, the spokesman said.
He reported that the Council will
:t the hosts of the Soviet Jewish
itaoa at one meeting but will
r.o: be sponsoring the delegation
or arranging for a tour of the
country or for other meet;:.-
The original disclosure that a
Soviet Jewish delegation would
. the United States under the
- ... met with an
ingrj art a Tho Ami
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rj leaeoBced the prorairtfrra visit
as a eyakeal atterr.pt to perpe-
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Rabbi Jaffe Heads Rabbinical Assn.
Rabbi Samuel Z. Jaffe. spiritual
of Temple Beth El, Holly
doll, was elected president ol the
tabbinical Association of (ireater
Miami, at its regular meeting on
-. dnesday.
Other officers elected included
tabbi .loseph Narot. Temple Israel.
e president; Rabbi Sol Landau.
Beth David Congregation, secre-
ary; Rabbi Eugene Labovitz.
rempie Ner Tamid, Miami Beach.
treasurer.
The executive vice president of
he Association is Rabbi Solomon
i)iiit ol Congregation Beth El.
Rabbi Irving Lehrman of Temple
Emanu-EI, Miami Beach, outgoing
president, was commenced "for
he outstanding leadership and di-
-ection which he exhibited during
nis term in office."
Rabbi Richard M. Leviton of
ipie Emanu-EI in Ft. l.auder-
lale is the outgoing treasurer of
lie Association.
Rabbi Jaffe, who has occupied
- pulpit .since 1958 and has been
inled life tenure, was ordained
,t the Hebrew Union College-
lewish Institute of Religion in
n-W. where he received his M.H.L.
degree. A graduate of Yeshiva I'ni-
usity and the Teachers Institute
ii the Klchanan Theological Semi- '
tary, he earned his .VI.A. Irom
Teachers College. Columbia Uni-
versity. Rabbi Jalle holds a Doctor
.1 Theoldgy degree from Burton ;
'Diversity.
Dr Jaffe has served on the exec-
Hive hoard of the Central Confer-
ence ot American Kabbis, the na- |
tional Reform rabbinic organiza-
lion. A lounder and president ol
lie (ireater Hollywood Qergj
nen's Fellowship, he served as
treasurer ot the Rabbinical Associ-
ation in 1964-1967 and vice presi-
dent in 1967-1968. He was chair- ,
nan of the Broward County Unit |
if the American Jewish Commit- j
lee and served as president of the I
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Leaders of the Srohardic Jewish Center
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year's Combined Jewish Aopeal-Israel Emer-
qencv Fund campaiqn. Shown (from left)
are: Sam Gorman, chairman of the reliaious
ccmmi-tee; Isaac Sa'*ah, DresiH^n* of the
-"Tr*<-Ttion; Sender Kaplan of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation; Rabbi Sadi Nah-
mias, spiritual leader; Albert Rosa, second
------.^r.^ nnfj I=aac Russo, treasurer.
Zvi Kolitz To Address CJA Meeting
The first all-out effort of the en-
tire community of Bay Harbor
[sands tor the Combined Jewish
Appeal Israel Emergency Fund
will be addressed by Zvi Kolitz,
author, motion picture and theatri-
cs' producer a; an 8 p m. cocktail
arty Wednesday at Tony Sweets
Restaurant, Bay harbor.
Mr. and Mrs. So! Goldstein and
Councilman and .Mrs Stanley Tate
are h sts t r the event which will
be attend id by some 300 residents
o! H -.y Kerb r l-.:i ids.
Mr. Kolitz was the coproducer
ol the controversial play. "The
Deputy." He was also the author
and executive producer of Israel's
first major r-iotion picture. "Hill
24 Dosn't Answer.'' and is cur-
rently preparing the Broadway
production of the musical comedy.
"King Solomon and the Cobbler."
i .. .lost committee for the event
on Wednesday includes:
Mr rid Mi- i..... Alior', Mr nnd
Mm EHis Amdur, Mr and Mr* N'or-
man rkin. Mr, and .Mrs. M. G I'.^l-
lows, Mr and Mr- Charles Block,
Mr. and .Mr* Bam Botway, Mr and
Mrs Ml :. Brl [hi. Mr. Morris Broad.
Mnj >r ltd Mi 81 imrd Broad Mr
;i"'l Mrs iei Bui M m Mr-
.':iltl''s "'oh--1 >ll ',.',1 i-i |):i\ (I* .
Mr and M Edward Denlson, Mr
und Mr* I Hi Ismati
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iv ......I '!!" M Bol ; ., .
I cr. Mr and Mr*, Sol nnldsteli -i-
| ,i Mr k">ei l Hai i :-. Mi and Mr*
\ hui H mi Mr md M A>>i ihum
H'rsoh. Mr .i >,..'. .,......
Dr and Mr*. Norman s Jaffe Mr
y.- \i.,r-!. Kleh mnn, Mr i nd
Mrs Isadora Kravlti Mr and Mr*
Tom Kravltv
Mr and Mrs. jerry Lelchuk Mr
and Mrs Howard Milter, Mr
.Mrs S:iul Morgan. Mr and M
Michael Orovlta. Mr and Mr*. Lou
Puller. Mr. and Mrs. Isaar Knbkin
Mr. ;tml .Mrs Milton Rlchter, Mr
.Mis Adolph Root, Mr and Mrs
I.....iiiir 1 Kosett. Mr and Mr* Mori -
Roswii Mr and Mrs Uoyd Rusk
Mr and Mr-- Bernard Levlnxohn, Mr
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Mr Philip Saks, Dr, and Mr* C P
Srhoenfletd. Mr and Mr* Larr>
Sllverman. Mr and .Mrs o.....g< Sogrg
Mr and Mrs l.,.u'- S|i Her, Mr an
Mr* Victor Sussherir. Couneiln
Mrs stanlej Tate, Mr. and Mr* n
!. Mr. and Mr* Prvsion A Tl
Mr, ai I Mr* Daniel I'del, Mr
Mrs Kurl W llai li. :ii"l Mr and Mr*
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Or. \orot Takes Helm
Of AJCommittee Unit
Dr Joseph K Narot spiritual
it ol Temple Israel of Greater
Miami was this week named the
' .u preci.;i-: of the Greater Mi
..in Chapter American Jewish
Committee
r>r Marl Im> u.t- elected to
the poat at the organization's an-
nual meeting, succeeds Alfred
Boa* whe ..> named honorary
prei dent
Guest apeafeer at the event was
Bert am H Gold, national execu-
v, director of the AJC. who
warned of the possibility of a
-:. i !> increase ia violence around
the eOMBJtfj if immediate steps
wen not taken to deal with the
m al] f not in\ '.'. em< :.;" in
Items c (he ittsadt antaj
Human relations awards were
presented to CKarles B Potter,
vice president of Burdine's and
chairman of the Equal Employ-
ment Opportunity Task Force of
the Metro Community Relations
Boa-d and to Robert V. Walker,
pre* dent cf the First Federal Sav-
ir>9s and Loan Association.
I- hi report to the meet.:-;
Mi -.--. haptor men
a eflarta
MJNTOve B Mil M
areas the struggle
discrimination of Jean on
both the executive suite and so-
cial levels, have taken appropriate
action where the interests of fel-
low .lews throvajhuul the world
have been concerned, have pro-
moted interfaith dialogues and
have created areas for self study
as Jews
AJC Presidents Awards were
piesented to Mrs Alfred Boas.
Mrs Charles Finkelstein. Mr. and
Mrs Bohert Shapiro. Herbert So-
be! and Sidney Lefcourt. Mr Lef-
court w as not present at the
meeting.
Other officers elected with Dr
Narot included: Alvin CasseL Oer
aid Katcher. Robert I. Shapiro
and Barton S Udell, vice in-
dents: Herbert L. Sobel. secretary:
Aaron A Foosaner. financial sec-
retary: R w Apre. treasure:
Mrs Leonard M Siherman ..--
data treasurer.
Members of the executive board
are:
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GENEVA A court in
Lausanne is weighing a bid by the
Jewish community in Switzerland
to ban an anti-Semitic book which
ai been roundly denounced not
only bv Jews but by the Swiss
pten and a wide ranjje of liberal
opinion in this country.
Defending the author. Dr. Ma-
' thez of Vevej wa the Swiss jurist
Maitre Comment of Berne. The
i defen.-e contention was that the
j book raised ideological questions
I and that the author had a right to
publish it as an exercist in free
dam of press The jurist howe
lissociated himself from the book
K-hleh mouths the notorious Prot0l
cob of the Elders of Zion
The court action was brought b
the Swiss Federation of JewU
Communities.
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Friday, May 3, 1968
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Dr. Eugene Labovitz (left), spiritual leader of Temple Ner
Tamid. Miami Beach, conqratulates the new ieadership of
the Temple and its affiliates. Shown with fcabbi Labovitz
(from left) are: Louis Suchman, Men's Club president-
Mrs Herman Feldman. Sisterhood president; and Charles
Goldstein, president of the conqreqation.
Temple Ner Tamid To Install Officers
Charles Goldstein will be in-
Mailed as president of Temple Ner
Tumid in ceremonies in the tem-
ple'l Sklar Auditorium Sunday
norning.
Taking office with Mr. Goldstein
i ill be Louis Cohen, executive vice
Yad Vashem Hall
Honor* Victims
JERUSALEM (JTA) A hall
rontaininji the names of some 1.5
million victims of the Nazi holo-
caust was opened here this week
in the Yad Vashem. the memorial
archives, in the presence of mem-
bers of the government and a
large assembly. The names of the
victims of Nazism had been sub-
mitted by their surviving relatives.
Speaking on the occasion, Mena-
hem Beigin. Minister Without
Portfolio, branded as falsehoods
as*ertions by the Polish Commu-
nists that the Poles had helped
*ave the Jews from slaughter at
"he hands of the Nazis. "What was
lone to us will be remembered
town to the last generation," he
- xclaiined.
president: Morris Cohen, Isidor
Deeraar and Solomon Sicgel, vice
presidents; Era Rosenfeld. treas-
urer: Norman Superstein, financial
secretary: Joseph Kahn, assistant
financial secretary; Carlton Blake,
recording secretary: Paul H. Press,
corresponding secretary; and Mrs.
Mollie Fabric, librarian.
Morris Kleinman and Alvin Sav-
age arc honorary vice presidents.
I
Members of the board of trus-
Iccs include:
All'X KlfcT. I f > 111;* 11 I :i-..nl>;i|iri(. A.it.'ii
kim nMrin Sol Kruiikil, Harry K fHai-
, n. UlrhuH filmier, Adnlph ir. iilmum
, Siimiu I uir/.. S:iiiiu,'I JlMfiliif, Louis H. Kiipliin.
' l.ouis H, KI.-inh'TK. I'uni'il .\1 kron-
er, Mi\i* l.i-slicu. 1 liit-1-> Uebernian,
Morrif Miretsky, Judge Theodore K.
NelHnn.
Clifford l'. Tim.iii. Ilymiui POtrner,
Phllln Itundmnn, Max RsHkln, Jay
I lleehtwlharfer. D. pale rUgent, Julius
I Remilck, Al.xiindir Kent, Alhtfl V
Roiwiibent, Mm. Rita Salomon, Rarr}
IV Schooner. Jaok I.. Shaw. Herman
IL sh;i Harry Sherman, Jom. Bllver-
; man. Judge Louii- II Stallmuii, l-oui-
1 Sue linian. Mrs Sadie Trosky. .1.....ph
I Z- num.
I.if.- iruateeti are: I/miI" I'ohpn, Barn
Kin. c.. 111. I.'iiis .1 i;.i|"l. I'ul. Wm. .1.
HurrlH, Nathan It.m.-nli. ik. Jacob
Saiiii'Mi in. Kuir.-n. .1. S.liwariz. Mur-
raj A Shaw. Kuiinie Sklar.
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BORN 1923 DIED, MAY 2, 1947
DEAREST SISTER CHILD and FRIEND
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SEYMOUR B lltBMAN. Chairman
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and
REPORT OF NOMINATING COMMITTEE
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE BY-LAWS, THE NOMINATING COMMITTEE IS PLEASED TO
ANNOUNCE THAT THE FOLLOWING NOMINEES FOR OFFICERS AND GOVERNORS WILL BE
PRESENTED FOR ELECTION AT THE FORTHCOMING ANNUAL MEETING OF THE GREATER
MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION. SUCH ANNUAL MEETING WILL BE HELD ON THURSDAY, MAY
16th AT 8 P.M. AT THE DEAUVILLE HOTEL.
HONORARY PRESIDENT:
IMMEDIATE PAST PRESIDENT:
PRESIDENT:
VICE PRESIDENTS:
TREASURER:
ASSOCIATE TREASURER: '
SECRETARY:
ASSOCIATE SECRETARY:
SAM BLANK
A. J. HARRIS
SAM J. HEIMAN
HOWARD KANE
OFFICERS
SAMUEL N. FRIEDLAND
JOSEPH LIPTON
LEON KAPLAN
DAVID P. CATSMAN. DR IRVING LEHRMAN. NORTON S PALLOT
ROBERT RUSSELL. MILTON WEISS
HARRY B. SMITH
DANIEL NEAL HELLER
MENDELL M. SELIG
MARSHALL S. HAKRIS
PAST PRESIDENTS
AARON M. KANNER
SIDNEY LEFCOURT
STANLEY C MYERS
MAX OROVITZ
DAN B. RUSKIN
JACOB SHER
WILLIAM D. SINGER
CARL WEINKLE
SAM BLANK. Chairman
LEONARD L. ABESS
SHEPARD BROAD
LEO A. CHAIKIN
NATHAN DARSKY
HAROLD ABBOTT
RICHARD ABEL
MAURICE ABELSON
MRS. JACK ABLIN
WILLIAM AGRANOVE
A. J. ALEXANDER
SIDNEY D ANSIN
R. WMS. APTE
L. JULES ARKIN
STANLEL ARKIN
SIDNEY ARONOVITZ
COL. JACOB M. ARVEY
MEYER BASKIN
J. WILLIAM BAROS. JR.
JEROME BLANK
ROBERT D. BLUM JR.
MARVIN BRANSDORF
MRS. WILLIAM BRENNER
RICHARD BRICKMAN
MRS. RICHARD BRICKMAN
JACK CARNER
ALVIN CASSEL
DR. SOL CENTER
MAX V. COGEN
JAMES COHEN
MARVIN M. COOPER
DANIEL CRAVITT
BENJAMIN CUTLER
JUDGE IRVING CYPEN
JOSEPH DALLETT
MRS. JOSEPH DUNTOV
LEO EISENSTEIN
LEON J. ELL
MRS. FRANCES ENTINE
BEN ESSEN
PAUL FASKE
MARION FELDSTEIN
A. C. FINE
MARTIN FINE
MRS. DOROTHY K. FINK
JACOB C. FISHMAN
DAVID B. FLEEMAN
SAMUEL FOX
IRVING FRANKEL
SOL FRANKEL
MAYSHIE FRIEDBERG
MRS. LARRY FRIELDAND
JUDGE MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
SYDNEY GANS
JOSEPH GARDNER
JOSEPH GAflFIELD
JOSEPH GASSEN
HARRY GENET
RICHARD GERSTEIN
DR. ARTHUR GILBERT
MRS. LOUIS GLf.SSER
GEORGE GOLDBERG
TRUSTEES
SAM A. GOLDSTEIN
ERNEST JANIS
SAMUEL KIPNIS
BARON de HIRSCH MEYER
BEN MEYERS
GOVERNORS AT LARGE
HAROLD GOLDFARB
LOUIS E. GOLDMAN
MARVIN GOLDMAN
SAM GOLDMAN
MRS. BURTON B GOLDSTEIN
MRS. SOL GOLDSTEIN
DR. ELLIOT GORDON
DR. PHILIP GOTLIEB
DR. CEORGE GRAHAM
NATHAN S. GUMENICK
MAURICE GUSMAN
MRS. TRUDY HAIViERSCHLAG
DR. JOSEPH HARRIS
LOUIS HARRIS
MORTON HILL
ALBERT J. HIRSCH
RICHARD HORWICH
DR. NORMAN S. JAFFEE
DONALD A. KAPLAN
IRVING KAPLAN
MRS. JACK KATZMAN
MORRIS KAUFFMAN
LOUIS KENIN
HARRY KIMBALL
DR. DAVID KIRSH
JAY I. KISLAK
MAX KOLKER
M. J. KOPELOWITZ
SAMUEL KOSMAN
CAL KOVENS
AARON KRAVITZ
MRS. INEZ KRENSKY
ROBERT KRINZMAN
MRS. JEAN C. LEHMAN
MRS. IRVING LEHRMAN
J. M. LELCHUK
SANFORD LEVKOFF
HARRY A. LEVY
MRS. SIDNEY LEWIS
HERBERT LOGIN
SAM LUBY. JR.
NATHAN MANILOW
OSCAR MAMBER
MORTON MARCUS
MAX MEISEL
DAVE MELIN
ROBERT MILLER
MRS. ANNA B. MEYERS
MORRIS MINOV
HARRY MIZRACH
SAUL MORGAN
SAM MUFSON
ALEXANDER MUSS
STEPHEN MUSS
KENNETH M. MYERS
MRS. STANLEY C MYERS
E. ALBERT PALLOT
CLIFFORD PERLMAN
MRS. HARRY PLATOFF
ORGANIZATIONAL DELEGATES
A. J. MOLASKY
JOSEPH M. ROSE
MRS. SAMUEL SlMONHOFF
HARRY SIRKIN
MRS CARL WEINKLE
LOUIS POLLER
RICHARD POLLOCK
JOSEPH A. POST
JACOB RABINOWITZ
MORRIS RABINOWITZ
WILLIAM RAFKIND
MRS. MATILDA RATNER
SY REESE
LEO ROBINSON
COL. NATHAN B ROOD
LEONARD ROSEN
HERSCHEL ROSENTHAL
WILLIAM S RUBEN
IRVING RUBIN
MORTON RUSSACK
DR. LESTER RUSSIN
SAMUEL T SHAPIRO
MRS. HOWARD R. SCHARLIN
ARNOLD SEEDER
MRS. HENRY SEITLIN
SAM SEITLIN
JOHN N. SERBIN
MRS ROBERT SHAPIRO
FRED K. SHOCHET
MORTON SILBERMAN
SAUL SILBERMAN
MRS. BENEDICT SILVERMAN
MRS SOL SILVERMAN
MRS. HARRY SIMONHOFF
MILTON SIRKIN
MRS. MILTON SIRKIN
MRS. HARRY B. SMITH
LOUIS F. SNETMAN
GEORGE SOC.G
ABE SOLOSKO
JUDGE HAROLD B SPAET
DAVID STUZIN
ARNOLD STERN
MICHAEL SUDAKOW
MICHAEL A SUMBERG
STEWART SUNNESS
CARL SUSSKIND
JE.RRY SUSSMAN
EDWARD SWERDLIN
HAROLD THURMAN
ELI TIMONER
ROBERT H. TRAURIG
MRS. HOWARD TRINZ
STANLEY S WATTS
JULIAN WEINKLE
JOSEPH WEINTRAUB
WILLIAM WEINTRAUB
MAX WEITZ
IRVING WEXLER
A. B WIENER
DR. EARL L. WIENER
OSCAR ZELTZER
MRS. OSCAR ZELTZER
HARRY ZUKERNICK
i subject to change pending new appointments)
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
MRS. FLORENCE ALBERTS
JAMES M. ALBERT
MRS. MORRIS ALPERT
RABBI SHIMON AZULAY
MILTON BALSAM
M. A. BASKIN
RABBI DR. H. M. BAUMGARD
ALBERT BEER
MYRON M. BEHRMAN
MRS. RUTH BERGER
PHILIP BERKOWITZ
MOSHE BERMAN
THEODORE BERMAN
ELLIOT D. BLUMENTHAL
ALFRED BOAS
MAX BODERMAN
LIONEL BOSEM
LOUIS BRESLER
JAMES BRESLOW
HYMAN CHABNER
BYRON S. SHERKAS
ISIDOR A: COHEN
JOSEPH COHEN
IRVING M COOPERMAN
HYMAN DAVIES
MRS. JACK DIAMOND
ISAAC DONEN
LOUIS EASTON
LEON A. EPSTEIN
WALTER S. FALK
MRS. AARON FARR
MRS. HAROLD FELDMAN
AINSLEE R. FERDIE
JACK M. FINK
LEON D. FISHER
EFRAIM H. GALE
ANDREW A. GELLER
ARTHUR GELLER
MRS LEO GELVAN
SAMUEL GERTNER
BEN GILLER
MAX GLEIBERMAN
CHARLES GOLDSTEIN
DR. MICHAEL GOODMAN
JACK GORDON
1317 Biscciyne Boulevard, Miami
MRS. MILTON S GREEN
RABBI ALEXANDER S. GROSS
ABRAHAM GRUNHUT
MRS. BENJAMIN HAMMERMAN
MRS. MARSHALL S. HARRIS
DANIEL NEAL HELLER
MRS. DANIEL NEAL HELLER
MORRIS HONIGBAUM
ARTHUR D. HORWITZ
ELI HURWITZ
MRS. GEORGE ISRAEL
IRVING JACOBSON
JACK KATZMAN
MRS. MAX KERN
ALAN KESSLER
RABBI MORRIS KIPPER
MRS. IRVING KAPLAN
ISIDOR H. KRAMER
FRANKLIN D. KREUTZER
RABBI LEON KRONISH
MRS. FLORENCE KUPPERMAN
RABBI SOL LANDAU
MORRIS LEVITT
DR. MAX A LIPSCHITZ
LEONARD LURIA
GEORGE MALIN
BERNARD S. MANDLER
MRS. MOSES MEYER
MRS. LILLIAN NAMM
DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT
MORRIS NEWMARK
JOSEPH NEVEL
SAM NIEBERG
MRS. EDWIN OPPENHEIM
ALBERT E. OSSIP
GEORGE OSSIP
COL. SIDNEY H. PALMER
MAX A. PARNESS
SAMUEL PASCOE
MAURICE PEARLSTEIN
RESPECTFULLY SUBMITTED
LEO EISENSTEIN, Secretary
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION
EMANUEL POLLACK
JACK S POPICK
RABBI JOSEPH RACKOVSKY
GIL RAPPAPORT
SIDNEY RAYMOND
JACOB RIFKIN
MRS. CARRIE ROSEN
MRS. CHARLES ROSENBERG
RALPH ROSOFSKY
STUART ROTHCHILD
MRS. DONALD RUBIN
MARK R. RUBIN
IRVING SAAL
MICHAEL SALMON
MRS. SAMUEL Z. SAKRAIS
IRVING SCHATZMAN
JACK SCHENKMAN
IRVING R. SCHWARTZ
MRS. SIDNEY M. SCHWARTZ
LOUIS SCHWARTZMAN
MRS. LOUIS SCHWARTZMAN
PAUL SEIDERMAN
MRS JOSEPH SHAPIRO
MRS. LAWRENCE SILVERMAN
MORRIS SIMON
EDWARD STERN
RABBI TIBOR H. STERN
JOSHUA Z. STADLAN
HAROLD STRUMPF
CILFFORD SUCHMAN
MRS. CARL SUSSKIND
GEORGE J TALIANOFF
MRS. ANNE TANNENBAUM
ARTHUR N. TEITELBAUM
BARTON UDELL
SAMUEL WEINER
MRS IRVING WEXLER
DR. SIMON WILENSKY
HENRY E WOLFF
JOSEPH YANICH
DR WALTER P ZAND
SlOMUND Zli-BER
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how tin' Jews havi 'i -'I i.'.liii'.il
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mi mill laijfi'af itala Jewlah pop
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ioom'1 vmIivi> political aiemeal
..iii'.ii,' lawi durlni Iba '"I1 paH
nl tin 20th ii'iilniv wmi the "'
Ihodoa Vlddlah prase and this had
very iiiH'- Influence compared
i i'i. ,i Roclallal orlantad publli "
lion iik'- iin "Forward "
However, ii bai ini-n apparent
Ini iilni'nl l-.vii ili-mili-i, now llinl
li-wn.li -.ill inl'-i'-l in bei-nming
more and more Monomh i Mf
fiui-iii i- iota in .ii 'ill levela, and
tli.it only wlii'ii Un- imiii'h un-
. loarh in iin- Jewish "tradition"
i|iii tin- .li'Winli vnli- iImii'I oul
i um- .mil again itatlatlci Iimvi-
proved that toi uppor middle claa*
Jewish districts, Un- conservative
tandldatai will (" elected, while
un refcieridiirn 'ini- .linn-. invnlv
ii Ii thiiig* aa lull '-in|il"v
in-it in.ii in' npen housing and
iin- lika, Um affluent Im ra
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iiin from "in religious
hTll i no in.iM'-i li"W inurh
EXPERIENCE
INTEGRITY
PROVEN ABILITY
M limy diplora Hi' |"1' ''
knowledge oi Ihi avi rag* mod
km Jaw
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system, f'i 'iu.iiny education
iiiiiiin fniiii "in devotion in
forth laarnini Otn vlewol wal
Liu- mill loclal hiatlca develop* d
in mil iimiIU-'iI li.inii".: """ '"
in/ I/iiImhmIi un.I il iii" lull""
m,l in charily I>iil i mill''""
limn Anil "in iill'l"'!'- toward
ntlii'i mlnorlllai i reflection
nut mily "I ""I "w" italu
IhrOUgh II"' mill'iii'' '"il in "ill
prayers ni brotherhood
I Iimv no (llllllll Hi'il I'winli
"names" win ba marked |ual be
iuii.i- iii thai iiii'iiiifiniii"" m-ni
Tueaday Hoi I 'i'"" ""
doubt Hull '" ""i'i1"- I'loii'ini
lion of pragmatlam and Idaallam
wlilrli Iimvi- iiim'Ii' miinv IU
thontlc Jewitii candidataa atand
iiii'.vi- UmIi oppemnta will ba tba j
inn.t Important factm In lha i
laetloiu lha iiiI"ii'v oi '" will J
maka
Ghetto Kites Speakers
Protest Polish Polieies
Coiiiinw"! from v*u* l A i In- Itabblnkal Council "f Anwi-
,. .i ;ui organization of Orthodox
claim Htal Ita cwrranl aiWI-ZionlM ,, u,,,,.,j ii,c United StatM-
Mrnpalgn -. not anH-Samil n and ,,.,,,,,,., cootlnua i" rcfUn*
(lemandid th-l .t "v.-. if\ alt-ckv |CC^, Willow as the nife for
an Polih Jew* "who r- guilty of ,, ,,..| ,.;.,. ta||, with Vict-
r.o oflenta other thn membei-.hip | lM |,(|,. organisation said that to
in tht Jtwih people." ,.),.,, vv;nsaw for UM talks would,
in .i telegram lo Jrz> Micha ;-'- '" '"ipl* pndoi emenl by'both
lowaki, Poland' a,,;!.., adoi In Wa%hintoB pod Hanoi of UM aJlU-
th< i nited itati Kabbi Arthui .1 Semitic campaign beio| waged in
!..!..'! i i re idcnl "I Uk- A.l' Mid Poland.
"AttemptR '" diaguiao the mount "To aaiect the capital of Potaagi,
1 I Poland Ji i hich b. engaged In a hateful cim-
being agalnil 'Zlonlal in no paign of anti-Semitiam that Is fda>
Rabbi I'limli Caplan (c;ii"n. i.iiiniunl lundm
..I Sky Lake BynacfOQuo. proaamts a apwdal
(jwikI lolliii li'lnll I'liiiily ill lli'i nyii'iqfj(|ii')'n
annual dlnnoi Bho^n wr'i nabbl Caplan
art 'li'iin kin Mr. and Mi>. Blrnei Udr-ll
and Mr. and Mr.. Hnny I.'iui k y Law
i'ii''- iJ'l<-ji /.' honored In absentia
ni'MMir'- conceal i il anti Semitic
nature 'l i"' telegi im noted that
"no other participanl In tin- cm
rani Polish demonstrations hava
been identified in terms "I their
| religious or ethnic affiliation
i.i i iiit oi Npziam and Stalinium
is 1" in i'ii the meetings to a
handicap which cannot be over-
"iini RabM Peaaeh z. Levovitz.
mil nl ihi- Council, declared.
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COHceiifi iilecJ in mi.
publican party, historians relate,
because Ibc GOP was identified
mill Uie fighl for civil liberties
beginning wiih the slavery i lue
The evidence is strong thai
Jews all over the world, not just
in tliis country, have related
strongly lo those parties which
stood for the rights of man and,
more particularly, the Jew,
It was the leftwing parties in
Europe (a strange thought, i in
view of what is taking place un-
der Communism in Russia and
Poland today) which challenged
the anti-Semitism "t the ruling
classes and attracted bo man)
Jew to Socialism and Cominu
nism in Europe. Many of those
leftist oriented Jews came to New
York in the late 19th and early
20ih centuries and were responsi
ble for the election of Socialist
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Mi
MARTIN P.
SHACHAT
TO THE
DADE COUNTY
SMALL CLAIMS COURT
On May 7, 1968
In 1964, more than 75,000
voter* expressed their confi-
dence in Judge Shachat.
9 years experience as a
judge.
Has heard mow 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.
PULL LEVER 17-D
ELECT
BUILDER-BUSINESSMAN
GEORGE I.
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STATE
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COUNTY-WIDE
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IM P..I Adv.
OF WHITEWALL TIRES!
4-Pt.V NYLON TUBELESS WHITEWALL
si/r PRICE FED. EXCISE TAX
600 x 13 13.95 1.59
560x15 <2-ply) 15.95 1.53
685/735 x15 15.95 2.04
650/700 x 13 (2-Ply) 15.95 1.78
775 x 14 17.95 2.19
775 X 15 17.95 2.21
825 x 14 19.95 2.35
815x15 19.95 2.36
855 x 14 21.95 2.56
845 x 15 21.95 2.54
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900 x 15 24.95 2.78
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May 3, 19P*>
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Paqe 11 A


Dade County Voters U I haul May Send New Mission
Go To Polls Tuesday
Dado County voters will
to the polls Tuesday to
t eel a mayor and nine com-
-sioners on a non-partisan
,asis, and registered Demo-
i .its and Republicans will
choose their party nominees
contested primaries.
Mayor Chuck Hall and
t. mmissioner Thomas D.
Mallcy drew no opposi-
>n. but there are contested
races in seven districts.
I 11s will be open from 7
: n until 7 p.m.
Statewide competition for
the United States Senate seal
beina vacated by George
Smathers brings together
two Republicans and four
Democrats.
Former Gov, LeRoy Col-
lins and Florida Attorney
General Earl Faircloth seek
the Democratic nomination
along with Sam Foor and
Richard F.afferty. Rep. Ed-
ward .1. Gurney opposes
former St. Petersburg Mayor
Herman W. Goldner in the
GOP primary.
Continued tiom Page 1-A
the General Assembly on the hu-
manitarian questions did not spe-
cifically mention the Jewish mi-'
norities and when the Secretary-
General's special envoy. Nils-Goren
Gussing, tried to make a firsthand
study of their situation in Egypt
and Syria, he was blocked by the
authorities ol those countries.
in s letter to the Secretary-
General reaffirming Israel's wil-
lingness to cooperate with a new
U \ representative to stud) the
situation ol the civilian population '
in the areas occupied by Israel in i
the June war. Ambassador Yosef
Tekoah pointed out. "The govern-
ment of Israel has taken note of
the Secretary -General's assurance
that his representative will look
I into and report to the Secretary-
! General on the situation of the
| Jewish communities in the Arab
j countries situated in the area of
I conflict, who were aflectcd in the
wake hi the June l(M>" hostilities."
In his reply to this letter. Than!
lid not confirm this understanding
in so many words but reiterated
the original terms of reference
ol the new mission which made
no reference to the Jewish minor-
ities in the Arab lands and cited
"the scrupulous respect of the hu
manitarian principles governing
... the protection of civilian per-
sons in time of war" as specified
in the Geneva Conventions.
Zionist Council To Fete Israel's 20th
i.
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II
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No
liSr
s 20th anniversary will be
by the Zionist Council of
Florida at a celebration to
at 8:30 p.m. Saturday at
. mi Beach Auditorium.
speakers at the event will
i Ben-Arie. director of the
ivernment Tourist Office
- .i America, and Don Shoe-
editor Of the Miami Herald.
V-< featured on the program
| b< the Amranaim Duo. two
ins Israeli artists, who will pre-
II a program of Israeli folk
Itic
Hetr Vice-Mayor Alex s. Gor-
ivill bring greetings from the
idr county community and Dr.
Inn Lehrman, rabbi of Temple
Emanu-El, will deliver the invoca-
tion.
Presentation of colors will be by
the Honor Guard of the Florida
Department of the Jewish War
Veterans. Cantor Nathan Parness
Ol Israelite Jewish Center will
jpen the celebration by singing
Matikvah and the Star Spangled
I Banner.
Seymour B I.iebman is presi-
dent ol the Zionist Council.
Philatelists To View
Independence Stamps
A special slide show depicting
Israel's Independence Day stamps
for the past 19 years will be pre-
sented at the regular monthly
meetlng of the Miami Chapter. So-
ciety ol Israel Philatelists at 8:15
p.m. Wednesday in the Community
Room of the Plagler Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Association. 570
\K 81st St.
Joseph I Yanich is president of
the chapter
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JWB Urges ""Total Involvement'
DR. HOWARD SEGAL
Dr. Howard Segal
To Head Temple
Judea Brotherhood
Dr. Howard Segal. Coral Gablei
lentist. has been elected president
if the Temple Judea Brotherhood
He succeeds Dr Fred Witkoff as
head of the men's club of the
'.'tables congregation at 550J Gra- !
lada Blvd.
Dr. Segal moved up from the
Hist of vice president. He was an
ictive member of the synagogue's
successful membership campaigns
n 1966 and 1967
Four new vice presidents v. ere
lecte-d. Thev are Dr ftfacey Keyes.
.eon Henry. Norman Rutkin ana j
iulian Goldstein Bernard Wolfson
'S the new treasurer with Da\id
Joodman chosen as secretary.
Elected as members of the board
f trustees are ttyles Eaton. Ber-
nard Michelson. Mickey Zuckei
nan. Irv Newmark. Dick Bernard.
Or. Cliff Marks. Stanley Zeskind.
"irnest Andich. Al Jacobson. Dr
Vitkoff. Ernest Rosenkrar.tz. Jay
'-iarrison. Dr Gene Konrad. Paul
llau. Charles Rosenberg and Fred
VULIUSt.
Continued from Fag* 1-A
eminent to intensif) effort* to ob-
it :: a negotiated -ettle.iient and
irged -o encourage "full free-
dom of dUaent" on tha: issue
While express: \ concern about
'the use of ii! > reg-
ster such the dele]
reiterated that "free and open de-
bate" wti essentla :o "our demo-
cratic socle 'gates ilso
leclared tha: the war bad required
slon of large rational ex-
penditures" which would otherwise
have beer, available "tor r.eeded
oe.al a::-.: e rograms."
Sanford Solender. executive vice
-ent of the JWB. expanded
on the theme of the convention's
major resolutions. He tald the 800
delegates that the social responsi-
oilities implicit in the values of
he Jewish people .and in the
democratic commitments ot every
community agencj demanded that
Jewish communities and Vs con-
tribute to the common effort to
better the lot of the Negroes and
the poor and to improve the inner
cities.
The Jewish community Renter.
he said. car. "g;\e Jewishness relc
vance to content porarj social at-
tain" and can make an impor-
tant contribution to solving the
i erTsis because "it has the
and competency ir.
'Commitment On Campus'
The first of a four-part weekly
series. "Commitment on Campus"
sponsored by the VM-YWHA of
Greater Miami. wiJ held at tne
"Y" at 7:30 p m. Monday Marilyn
Herman, a senior at the Univer-
sity of Miami. :'.! be disc -
leader for the session which will
deal with the question What
i 1 it Mean to be a Jew
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Mr. Solender stressed the
need tor unity and 'o:r.' eifort by
all institutions on the American
Jewish scene "Organ
.-: tal sec nd place
to cooperative actioti ill of
:;-e whale com nun.;. Interest."he
-..' !'.. grave uns rob-
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r.o less than a pooling )! knowl-
skill, organizational and
even material res irees in the
p .:- :tiors "
Among several Ifrfjsnt recom-
mendations submitted to the con-
vention bv Hie JWB s Manpower
Commission was the creation of a
National Training Bureau to pro-
vide qualified professional person- '
nel to work with Jewish centers
The commission also propo-ed |
the establishment ot a JWB Na-
tional Scholarship and Fellowship
Foundation fir students preparing
for employment in and Vs
!t recommended eat liza-
'. i of women professional work-
ers an a part-time a.- full-time
basis and inters.; at a"of the
Jewis entation among JCC
staffs
The Manpower (.
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ta0i .orar.ehes. and
i ass the country. There
arj presently !.' professionals
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- survive persists
:i.~< when physical
It is then man
itk with himself.
survived the Nazi
a well ;he struggle for
...-y of his dreams
vis his reason
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Rlnehart and Win-
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. straggle.
reader feeli Rubi is
fe H will fighl
a hack Rubi is. in a sense.
-ho have ever mourned. He is
living who remain after
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-olocaust but the
i d precious was chop-
. blossom from its
through an unnamed
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t. :he> ?.t: nowhere, while
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:dt- action except that
., nd Mordi dies. But
. it s on in the minds and
the men.
With the skill of a weaver of
i -.ik. Gouri blends memories,
. and realitiei as he bril-
,- present! the aftermath of
;htmaM awake.
Rubi tries to live again, to
away from the past that
his world into a place
i even the song of a bird
seem to you complicity in a
i. where >pring rains are an
: ration ol traces and the
tntow a bad joke .'. where
walk is taken as a vicious
w
|t has fantasies which he un-
isciously hopes will get him
r in life once more. All the
? r Morx though, survival re- .
revenue and he is .ncap-
. I i : this kind of action. He is
; poel ant lis poet's mind he
><' revenge s a fake because it '
- 'imposi :o atone in one '
moment fcr the big cr;.nc against' _'
What to Kubi is i pee-
, protest wttwn tft limits of Yanicn To Speak
- ;apabl]]ty, .s for Moro: i. ter- ;
Dedication ceremonies were held by Temple Beth Raphael.
Miarhj Beach, in which c monument on the synaqoque's
outside wall to the Jewish martyrs ci the Nazi holocaust,
was unveiled. Among those takinq part in the ceremonies
were (from left): Isador Deemar, c leadinq beneiactor of
the congregation: Rabbi David Raab, spiritual leader: Mrs.
Peefar: '-.d Ccmtor Sou! H. Breeh.
Mem) er:
Nation:.. K. Dl ral
Dirtcurt Atsn.
Florida Funeral
Directors Ak-h.
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On Soviet Jewry
Joseph Yanich, Southeast Re-
gional director of the American
Jewish Congress, will address a
meeting of the Senior Citizens
Friendship Club of the North Coun-
!> YMHA devoted to the plight of
. Soviet Jewry. The meeting will be
held at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday at the
Y'. 16951 NE 4th Ave. Also on
Nor can Mordi accept the :dea
being :rr.portant enough to
sun "1 am only alive."
- ys, "because they didn't see
H will not take life this
way.
-I have no strength to refute
this alienatit n The toy of dream-
I n< longer mine. I have no [he ^^ ^ bp g R]m ?he
*-re- Price of Silence." narrated by Ed-
Mordi fadef away. H ii dead, ward G. Robinson.
R-.ibi dn ami of the day he will
RABBI
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community
Seeks Perl or Full-Time
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Exoerienced in all phases of
Congregational Activities.
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Write: Rabbi, 22 W. Son Marine
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Miomi Beach.
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have enough money to set up a
tombstone on his friend's grave
a beautiful one dark brown, en-
graved with gold letters. He-
brew."
A part oj Rubi died with his
friend and perhaps he. too. would
On May 14. the club will sponsor
a Mother's Day dinner and cele-
bration a: which time '"The Mother
ot the Year" will be named irom
the club's membership roll.
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,uthe Contest Winner
The eternal life force of the
Jewish peopit propels him on
This short, powerful book writ-
ten in prose, rings with the im-
agery, rhythm and beautiful fab
ric of poetry.
Gouri does not deal directly
with tiK r.oiocaust. yet with
poipnance and sensitivity he
shows what thai hell was. He
shows it in tne jruts of men.
where it matters most of all.
Reginald Whitehead, 14540 Polk
St., was the winner of the annual
Coral Gables Optimist boy's ora-
I tory contest, according to Ainslee
JR. Ferdie. chairman of the event.
Judges for thi6 year's Coral Ga-
bles Optimist contest were: Cir-
cuit Judge Ray Nathan: Jerome
Tai't. West Miami Councilman: and
Harold Btrcida. journalist. Club
president is Joe Teitelbaum and
president-elect is Barry Liebowitz.


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Pace 15-A
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
The Power Of Speech
Br RABBI DAVID RAAB
P> Beth Raphael Miami Baach
entire Biblical Book in
liih the portions of Tazria and
eizora are to be found is known j
as Leviticus.
This book
deals primarily
with the lawS
and regulations
jRajt |E* relating to the
High Priest and
h i s associates'.
The emphasis
has been and
continues to be
upon the" idea of
holiness; "Holy
shall ye be. for
God, am Holy."
|ln line with this central theme.
ysic.il cleanliness and purity arc
I (1. We read that "when a
n shall have in the skin of his
.. rising, a scab, and it be in
flesh lifct- -he affliction of le>
ihen ip shall be brought to
Huh Priest; who in turn was
u rmirie vie extent of the dis-
, -id :t! contagiousness. To
led the reW of the people, an
ivid.al -.iffering from leprosy
ti b( pTaced outside of the
nri quarantined.
deti of progress has
'( in th field of this dis-
c. i I it is no longer the dread
fc asi :! i-nee was. But our
Ibbit n'rrpreted the Hebrew
Lnl f :zor:.." or "afflicted with
to mean "motre shem
ra" or "one who fabricates a bad
name or reputation against some-
one." The Talmud further states
that "whoever spreads gossip, will
be stricken with the disease."
What insight into human nature!
What a way to come to the core of
human behavior, and relations be-
tween peoples and nations. It is
still a Rabbinical truism that "life
arid death are in the hands of the
tongue (speech)."
Last week the Torah admonish-
ed us: "Be careful what you eat!"
This week the ethical interpreta-
tion is: "Be careful what you say!"
Your words may assassinate char-
acter.
Careless speech' may still cause
our misguided young people to
burn draft cards and trample upon
Old Glory."
np>mh-ching the good name of
rJUr" country and the ;.'oofl name of
onr leaders has become a popular
p.i-rl-ne of many of :he clergy of
.Mir land.
A little bit of patriotism1 and
1 a iittle bit of loyalty are needed
iri our land of the free and ^ome
of the brave.
The message to us is therefore
clear. Speak softly and kindly
Stay your words from rwcominp
aimless arrows thai l'ly toward :.
triples- soul. Morality, fctodnew,
gentleness, dignity, nelpfulness.
,-i \ crence. respect and >e).'re*pect
are -till ideals to be i-berihed
Practice, therefore, purity of spirit
and purity of mind. Where there
is hatred, sow love. Where there
is distrust, plant understanding.
The lesson to us is to "keep our
tongues from evil and our lips
from speaking guile." Let us give
of ourselves. Let us become truly
human. For "as a man thinketh,
so he is," and "it isn't what you
THINK you are, but what you
think you ARE!"
Thus we shall come to know
and understand the ways of the
Almighty; we shall overcome our
selfishness and prejudice's; and
finally become priests at the altar
of a better society and a better
tomorrow.
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May
Key
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109:30 a.m.The Jewish Worship Hour
Temple Emanu E> Ft. Lauderdale.
-Oh 710 a.m.The Still Small Voice
Boat: Rabbi Mayer Abrtr^owitz,
Temple Menoran, Miami Beach
Theme: Cantata on 20 yWars of Israel's Independence,
Junior Choir of Temple Menorah participating.
Oh 29:30 to 10:30 p ti Man to Man
Topic: Contemporary Atheism
Moderator: Rev. Lather C. Pierre
Participants: Dr Joseph Varot; Temple Israe! of
Greater Miami; Rv. Edward Graham. Mt. Zion
BsptM Chun*' Rev David Russell. Bishop's
Representative. The Voice:

Israel Envoy Says
U.S. Remains Key
To Mideast Peace
NEW YORK (JTA) Ambassa-
dor Yosef Tekoah. Israel perma-
nent representative to the United
Nations, told American Jewish
i leaders this week that "the key to
.i Middle East peace is in Wash-
ington," as it had been since early
June.
He declared that Israel's pri-
mary objective was to secure a
permanent Middle East peace set-
ticment. "All those who share this
,- hicctive." he said, "should en-
ige Israel to remain steadfast
and uncompromising towards that
end."
In his first appearance before
the Conference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish Organiza-
tions. I he envoy declared that Is-
rael and other Middle East coun-
tries were passing through "the
most crucial period since 1948."
What Israel and its neighbors do,
arid, "will determine whether
there will be peace between Israel
and the Arab tiations tomorrow.
Every step, attitude and policy
adopted by Israel, or urged by her
friend*, therefore, must be apprais- '
ed in the light of whether it will '
bring us closer to our fundamental
aim."
Mr. Tekoah cautioned against
"wishful thinking" in giving cre-
dence to vague news dispatches
emanating from Arab capitals in
recent days. He stressed that the
fundamental Arab attitude towards
.i peace settlement remained hos-
tile and negative
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SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Tazria And Metzora
A woman with new-born child offers a sacrifice.
"And if her means suffice not for a lamb, then she shall
take two turtle-doves, or two young pigeons" (Lev. 12.8).
TAZRIA Cleanliness and uncleanliness are further defined,
here in relation to childbirth and leprosy. "If a woman be de-
livered, and bear a man-child, then she shall be unclean seven
days And she shall continue in the blood of purification
three and thirty days But if she bear a maid-child, then she
shall be unclean two weeks and she shall continue in the
blood of purification threescore and six days. And when the days
of her purification are fulfilled ... she shall bring a lamb of the
first year for a burnt-offering, and a young pigeon, or a turtle-
dove, for a sin-offering, unto the door of the tent of meeting,
unto the priest" (Leviticus 12:2-6).
Suspected lepers are to be brought to the priest, who quar-
antines the case for seven days. A careful description of the
varieties of leprosy is followed by rules for the leper's identifi-
cation and isloation. "And the leper in whom the plague is, his
clothes shall be rent, and the hair of his head shall go loose,
and he shall cover his upper lip, and shall cry: 'Unclean, un-
clean.' All the days wherein the plague is in him he shall be un-
clean; he is unclean, he shall dwell alone; without the camp shall
his dwelling be" (Leviticus 13:45-46).
* *
A leper is brought before the priest.
"And the priest -hall look, and. behold, if the plague of
leprosy be healed in the leper" (Lev. 13:3>.
METZORA- This portion describes the laws ttft 'he purifi-
cation of the lcrer after he is healed.
"Then shall the priest command to take : ir I -v. that is to
be cleansed two livini' clean birds, and cedar-w. od and scarlet,
and hyssop. And the priest shall command to kill one of the birds
in an earthen vessel over running water. As for the living bird,
he shall take it. and the cedar-wood, and the scarlet, and the
hyssop, and shall dip them and the living bird in the blood of the
bird that was killed over 'he running water And he shall
prinkle upon him that is to be cleansed from the ieprosy seven
times, and shall pronounce him clean, and shall le1 o the living
bird into the open field And he that is to be cleansed shall wash
I clothes, and shave off all his hair, and hathe himself in water,
and he shall be clean: ;>iri after that he may o the can i>,
but shall dwell outside-tvi' tent seven days. And it shall be on the
seventh day. that he shall shave all his hair off hh> head and
beard and his eyebrow; and he shall bathe his flesh in
ater, and he shall be clean" Leviticus 14!6*)7.
Finally, after bringing *n offering to the priest on the eighth
diy, the former ieper shtafl be formally cie
Leprosy was understood to affect objects as well as pen; le.
The portion describe the various cases of leprosy and prescri
their treatment: "This is the law for all manner of plague of
ieprosy, and for a scale and for the leprosy jajft, and for
a house, and for a rising, and for a scab a bright spot;
o teach when it is UflrteWl, and when It .- .. this is the iaw
"f leprosy" (LeVitku* 14,54-5T).
This recounting of the Weekly Portion o* th* Lew is extracted
and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage,"
edited by P. Wollmen-Tsamir, $15. Publisher is ShertgoM, and tha
volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5 N.Y. President
of th* society distributing the volume is Joseph Srhlang.
HAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION 988 SW o7th Avt Orthodox
Canter Morris Barr.
.SHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave
TH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
Oa'l Dr., S. Miami. Reform Rabbi
Hrri.it B.iumnjrd. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
1 n m "KillK Out mi
v rvlce Batui vtltsvah: Jesaa, aon of M
Shepherd Pstber ;and Wayne
and Mrs. Sam Koscn.
#vc/icrioMs **^<
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crvices
in.
'
i
Mi
if
ETH CAVID. 2826 SW 3rd Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
Canter Wi'ham W. Lipson.
lay I 16 p in unit HIS l m B( -
ni, y.mx* Israel Reborn
Tr r>u Baa Mitavah: Betty,
tilth t i>r a,i Mm Billot Gor-
".., !> a.m. Barman: The
OR OLOM 'TEMPLE). Conservative
875b SW 16th St. Miami. Rabbi
Ralph Z. C "man. Cantor Benjamin
Ben Arj.
i Saturday 8:46 am. Bar
. sun i.f Mr and Mrs
> in Bhaloah Baudot r.

son of Judge and Mrs. [rvtni Cypen,
10:30 a.m.
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
HEBREW ACADEMY.
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi
Gross.
2400 Pinetree
Alexander S.
r.ih
ol !
Bar Mitavah: Mark,
'' Mrs. Isadora Coulton.
p m
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. Car tor Albert Glantz.
TIFERETH JACOB (TEMPLE). 951 E
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel.
Saturd v B.JO am. Bermon; "Israel
BETH TORAH. 184th St and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitx. Cantor Jacob Renier.
Friday 6 p.m. and B.1B p.tn Sernvm
"What larael Meaus To Mi I ..-
Mitavah Sharyn, ilam oi Mr and
Mrs. Michael Ross; Ellen, daughter l
Mr. and Mr- Joseph Kothstoln Sat-
ur.lav S::i a.m. Bar Neil,
on of Mr and Mr* Arthur
David, son of Mr. and Sirs Meh
7ai> kerman.
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative
Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Ben
Zion Ktrschenbaum.
Friday 8:16 l> m Bermon "What
Oo.-k Shabbal upoi m d I !
M and Mrs. Jerorin k.......iff Sat-
urday S:4r. am Bat.....
i" Mr. and Mrs. .1. run e Hi
ZAMORA (TEMPLE1 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berber
Cantor Hirsh March.
Friday s |g p.m sermon: 'If The
Lord Should Mak< W Indown Hea-
\. n." SatunUi> 8 40 n.in. S
Scriptural I* Hhon.
FT. LAUDERDALE
------a-------
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 547 E.
I Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Philip
Chaiton. Canter Tneodore Mindich.
i .: i) m owed b> men
shalihal Si lurdi a m i
hi kldduHh,
EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrews Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Levitor.
Cantor Jerome Klement.
HALLANDALE
TH EL 500 SW 17th Avenue.
i in Rabbi Solomon Scruff.
4th Ave., Hialeah.
Ral.bi Maurfce Klein.
i! pm Bermon: "T
ImudAt Twenty fi
Conservative. I Tndny and Forover."
a.hniK
r 1'ur-
rH KODESH. 1101 SW 12tn Ave. ZION (TEMPLE) ^,J*:"tr*',-J~f"-
Max i servative. Rabbi Alfrtd waxman.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson.
it unset. Saturday S:*8 urn
ii "We Are !' filed Baturdas
n m Portlcai of the l-i" I '. i
Sermon: "'Cleanliness '-' Holi-
=TH SOLOMON.
Conservative.
50 NW 51st Place
:JH TOV (TEMPLE) 6439 SW V-
Conservative Rabbi Simon Aor'i
i in -i u.
.I i One :
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL, 7801 Ca. iyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
BETH ISRAEL. 770
Orthodox. Rabbi Bere
40th
Wein
Street.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
MENORAH (TEMPLEI. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz. Cantor Nico Feldman.
Frlilnv 8:18 p.m Sermon: "Spiritual
Security Pad With Israel." Saturday
9 a.m. Sermnn: Portion of the lw
Si -nil.
--
i>f the
Inai SHOLOM (Temple) rr~> NW
l"Jth Street. Conservative Rabbi
|Abraham M. Cassel.
UEL (TEMPLE) OF GREATER
SiAMi 137 ne 19th St. Reform
'ahbi Joseph R. N'arot.
i p m. Sermoi I teou*
i '
BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave..
Ortnoao* Raboi Shmarjranu T
Swirsk/ Cintor Maurice Mamcnes
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|CTH PHEL (TEMPLE 1546
Je"ron Ave Conservative R.iat>i
Dv 1 Raab Cantor Saul H. Breeh
NER TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi.
tlonal. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
,. p m S-rn
-..) '
BETH SHOLOV (TEMPLE'
r |M avt L'neral Rioo
Kron-sh. Cantbr David Convner
4'Jl
Leon
OHEV SHALOM, 701 t Bn>t.l Or
Ort^oaox. Rab1?1 Phineas Weotr-
m 11
SEP-ip^C JEWISH CENTER 645
Cji: ni A i.. m i m.

B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Charles M. Ru-
bel. Cantor Jack Lerner.
Fi Iday 8:1B p.m >'<> s- -i I
Hi berl Bill e. Saturd
Mltsvah: Jeffn > m>n i Ml '' '
Stuart Kai
SINAI (TEMPLEI. OF NORTH DADE
Temporary office. 18801 NE 22nd
Ave. Reform. Rabbi Ralph Klngsley.
Fridav B:16 p.m at WahliiBton I""1',
.i Audllorlum, 699 NH l1 81 North
Miami Beach. Bpeclal untata cow-
Ultia Israel's ISOtl iinnWsrsary,
followed r> Oneg Bhabhal Saturday
11 B rn.
------s-----
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Cjp'an.________
YOUNG ISRAE.- OF GREATER MI-
AMI 90 NE 171st St. Orthodox
R.iobi Naftali Porush.
CORAL GABLES
JUDEA (TEMPLE' 6500 On->i Blvd
Refjrm RjbOi Mjrris Kiooe-
Friday B p
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER,
126 E. Halland.ile Beach Blvd.
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (TEMPLE). S. 14th Av.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel .laffe
s p m Bermon: "Israel -
Achii .'s and Challenges
Saturday : : .. m Bar MHsvnh: William,
-......f Dr and Mrs David Kramer
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE). 1715
Monroe St. Conservative. Rabui
Morton Malavsky. Cantor Philip
Lutman.
SINAI (TEMPI El. 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapro.
Cantor Yenudah Heilbraun
ISRAEL
Way
Cutler.
MIRAMAR
(TEMPLE'. 3500
Conservative.
SW 69th
Rabti Irw.n
POMPANC BEACH
AELITE CENTER. 3'75 S
Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L
Jraj n Cantor Nathan Parnass.
'0NAIRES SYfMAGOOUE 3"37
, ] Rd. Modern Traditional CMtPf
I Lous Cohan
BETH TFtLAH 935 Euclid Ave Or.
tltodox. Rabb Joseph E Raokavaky.
CUBAN HEBREW CONOREC' '-
1248 Washington Ave OrtroJj*
Raobi Oow Roxsncveaig
YCUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
i;4^.H W i in nqton Ave. R.iobi A
Ban-Hillal.
NORTH /MIAMI 3SACH
AOATH YESHURUN (TSMRCyi
Conservative. 1025 NE 1MM. S"
K:i:. ii.hi. Bermon: I
.mi nan Mit.'.vaii Penny, da .,.
i-r nf Mr and Mm Harold Hershoff,
Saturday t:4C a m.
SHOLOM (TEMPLE 13: SW 11th
Ave. Conservat ve Rabb Morrla
A. Skop. Cantor Leon Segal
Frldaj s 13 p
About Jewlal
.1 in
m
-i:-.. i B
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVIO CONQR1QATION
Surfside Community Center. 9301
Collins Ave. O-thu30< RiUbi Isaso
D Vine
Friday : Satui u
. ^


*oge 16-A
vitf-flrrfVir
Fr.-z:
He has a safe deposit box, ample savings, is fully insured, and his estate is in good order
Bat he is threatening his family's security.
He UJ r.o: >e: Blade > :emeur> arrangements. Like other
niportant obligations, these arrangements must not be over-
looked If left unattended. the> could cause >our famil> unneces-
sary er.o:ior.a' I ti I M mu B> planning ahead, these
Arri;;e-.v :> can be Bade vfea i minimum of ptcanrc Plica
and Krvkes can be compared in a calm, rational manner A a
difficult decisions ill not be left tor the famih to make atea I e
are least prepared, financial!) and emouonalK If >ou haw
>et made >our cemeten arrangements, *e urge >ou to Jo so
Your famil> is certain to benerit
iv s ^^s-


3fewish Floridian
:mi
, Florida. May 3. 1968
Section E
Outstanding Dade Citizens Named
Mrs. Louis Glasser. active in a
i, iad range of Jewish communal
and civic affairs, and Charles B.
Potter, a leader in civil rights and
in the field of equal job opportu-
nity, have been chosen as the re-
cipients of the Dade County Out-
standing Citizens Award for 1967.
The announcement of the names
ol the winners was made at the
annual awards luncheon Wednes-
da> at the Dupont IMaza Hotel.
The luncheon was addressed by
Arthur H. Motley, president of Pa
rade Publications and former pres-
ident and chairman of the board
,.l the United States Chamber of
Commerce.
The Outstanding Citizens Award
'.. presented annually to one Dade
< ninty man and one woman who.
in the opinion of the judges, have
performed an outstanding single
function for the good and welfare
ol Dade County during the pre-
V Will Display
Israeli Products
\ display and sale ol products
in Israel will bo held at the
' \l YVVIIA of Greater Miami on
day from 1 to 5 p.m.
one teature will be a special
Iisplay and sale of Israeli coins
and stamps. Another outstanding
exhibit will be of Israeli gift items.
'lous year
Chairman of the Armed Serv-
ices Committee of the YM-YWHA
)f Greater Miami. Mrs. Glas.ser
was responsible for initiating and
tlacing into operation a low cost
housing project tor low income
families in Greater Miami.
She has been active on behalf
of the I'nited Fund, the Urban
League, the American Technion
Society. Israel Bonds, the Greater
Miami .Jewish Federation, and has
served as president of the Mount
Sinai Hospital Auxiliary and chair-
man of the Women's Divison. Ce-
rebral Palsy.
Mrs. Glasser has also been ac-
tive in support of the Miami Beach
Women's Cancer Drive, the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress, the Albert
Einstein Medical School of Ye-
shiva University and the Truman
Library. Her other affiliations in-
clude tin' National Conference of
Christians and Jews. B'nai B'rith
..nil the Florida State Welfare
Hoard.
Mr Potter, vice president of
Burdine's, has served as chairman
of the Dade County Equal Oppor
(unity Task Force, with his efforts
contribuitng to the absence of seri-
ous racial strife in this area last
summer.
He is a board member of the
South Florida Council. Boy Scouts
ol America and of the Greater
Miami Urban League.
His additional activities in the
general lield of human relations
have included membership on the
board of directors of the Center
for Advanced Administrative Re-
search, the regional board and na-
tional panel of arbitrators. Ameri- i
can Arbitration Association and
'In- Dade County Community Re-
lations Board.
Mr Potter is also serving as job ,
development manager for both the
Mayor's Youth Opportunity Coun-
cil and the National Alliance of
Businessmen.
The Award luncheon was spon-
sored by Sholem Lodge 1024. B'nai
B'rith and a large number of local
civic and service organizations.
Patron of the Award is Joseph
M. I.ipton. president of Dade Fed-
eral Savings and Loan Association
of Miami
Sanford Swerdlin directed and
. supervised the handling of the
nominations.
The permanent judges for the
award are George Beebe. mana-
I ing editor ol the Miami Herald;
. Ralph Renick. vice president of
WTV.I: and Fred K. Shochet. ed
I itor and publisher of The Jewish
1 Floridian.
MRS. LOUIS GlASStS
CHARltS B. POTTER
JWV To Hold National
Convention In Hollywood
Gen. Yitzhak Rabin. Israel's
Ambassador to the United States,
will make his second visit to South
Florida in late August to address
the 73rd annual convention of the
Jewish War Veterans Oi the United
States
The JWV conclave is slated for
Aug 1825 at the Diplomat Hotel
in Hollywood, with Gen. Rabin as
the principal speaker
Israel's cliiet envoy to this coun-
try, who was commander -in-chief
>r the Israeli Defense Forc< In
last June's Six Da> War. made his
initial appearance here last March
during the International Inaugural
Conference of Israel Bonds.
The Jewish War Veterans last
convened in Florida four years
' ago.
AMBASSADOR RABIN
burdine's
salutes
the aallant people of
on the global eelebration
ol' their 29th Annirersaru of independence
Modern Israel re-born and built
on the ruins of the past, symbolizes
the hope of free men everywhere
for enduring peaee.
1948-1968
SHALOM!
U R D I N E


^aae 2-B
+.Jeni*t thriller
F"'-' Mav

20th V\M\KRS\m IK\TIRK

Israel Two Decades In -Review
By BEN G. FRANK
They dance in the streets They
atch the military parade* all
Mr the country The recall the
undreds who died in the wars
Many are veterans of four wars:
Aorld War II. the I?rael War of
Independence, the Sinai Campaign
: 1956 and the Six-Pay War of
.'une. 1967 Others are young boys
and girls ::i their late teettf who
iever have known anything but an
.^dependent Israel.
There are the stories of the
-ar!\ ,ia>- They remember those
who have pasted away, the .
el members and president!
And all these happy and joyous
elis have one thing in com-
v.: like Jews all over the world.
'hey are celebrating the 20th ar.m-
ersnry of Israel.
As Israel celebrates these 20
ears. oae*s atfe)
> focuses on what proeabi] was
"he greatest battle ami ficton ::'
'ewish history and it .-*- acbii
th raj irf 1~
. -
For ur. the Six-Dai
simp] -"
lews. Christ
- even to "he Araha thai Is
-----
tj -
- cistence as a si
. table.
The military victory x I
:e\\ short days in June : M
i hanged Israel's ecnritj and Hi
ternatinaaJ positiaa but placed b as
the moat powerful :.-- force
in the Middle East and per man
Twenty years after the -
of Israel's P : lepeo-
D May 15. l!*4c in Tel
Aviv. Israel exists i> aric-
tnd deuMemtk
From, a population of I
In 1948. : has lathered .- the
exiles from Morocco and L
from Algeria and Yemen froB
We* Foster:: Boropi
from N rth and South America I
a nati hi if an ft nd i
.
Th growth
can e seen i
tenl and tin hut cities -.- -
Maal ar i i
' -
-
It's all :ht ft Tw
- -
the
(tens
line.
Certainly Um stable >*\
-
the stre.-;-es ami I
strains al inter ami ;nsraart>
rivalries. Israel's coalition govern-
ment is the envy of many parlia-
ary democracies
On this the 20th anniversary.
the people of IsraeJ live better
than ever before, almost to the
slogan of "a chicken in every' pot.''
True, the so-called luxury items of
America do not abound, but la-
's standard of living compares
favorably with many Western Eu-
ropean countries and It's getting
better
And >et. there is a lon^ way to
20 economically. The building of
too much housing and a high
, amount of import goods brought
into the country created an eco-
nomic recession which, in effect,
eventually put the country' on
- and economic keel.
The irive for new industries
which will put more people to
- in ;ro.it need Bui the
greater r.eed today is tor mai
le ar.i experts in soiling
cia! aciv;-
- nen and especiallj
Americas businessnSla who ^re
willin; to eo to Israel and bec^
parti r- rlth Israelis For in 2
' ^ar- I-r^tr: ha- turned -
doa Jew To
-" ran for its soldiers and
metand not for its business
...
ition, too. has tapered
tt and on its 20th birthda)
lei again pleads for Weal
aliyal I take its place in a de\j.
atkw In private. Israelis
real U thai with a million ar.: ^
half Arabs now living in the >. .
tOriet arc wRh '-.; -
Arab birthrate the Jew;;- Stat
new unmigrat Because
the I >SR forbids emigrati
States is the only hope
Bui problems an tt
. and ever, social -
might DOS be to much concern
U (aak ;- --..: i to oh
the Middle E;=-
there an
the tl at this -
ra< know 3nd realiae that -.he
wholi an has beet
are ; iring intc ::. li ah -
su< experts
lie -
to M percent of their arms
wart -: .-. ;h S \-P> >\.ir B^t
- trees ha-
spite De Gaulle. The United
State* Is supplying and probably
will continue to supply the Jewish
State with needed arms
Israelis go on living with 'self-
defer, -e" aa their motto. Young
and middle aged men still get call-
ed up to the Reserve, and every-
one goes into the Army at age 18.
and girls too But Israelis stand
close to Cairo and the Egyptians
are relatively far from Tel Aviv.
There is free and innocent pas-
through the Gulf of Aqaba.
but not the Suez Canal: the latter
is still an unfinished item on the
asenda.
But above all. Israel is the keep
er over the City of David. Jeru-
salem. And when the historians
write about the first 20 years, the
one item that probably will stand
out is that Jerusalem was reunited
and a Jew can go and pray at the
WT stern Wall
"he peace i? complicated by
Aral) ::. I and Arab failure and
the United Nations has not helped
much, to say the least The Arab
refug pawn Desp te la-
ss to make a contri-
n ctive solution
.rled there is
a gem .-. ;reement and
the Arabs I town and negotiate,
there is Aral rel -A to reach
agre*
Certainly any comment on the
first 20 \turs f Israel's statehood
mu_-t note that throughout this
period American Jewry- stood be-
I Israel in a solidarity that
w-.th each oa*sing year and
rr.!:.-.i-.-: -.-- : support last
remains today. Be-
ai ar.d public support.
American Jews visit Israel and
the" ind daughti rs
-"-': there Moreover.
re are American Jews who
an wHl go tn live in
'' SI ::>.;. the
Americas leu walks taller' be-
- _: an independent State of
.. th next 20 years
ring peace
- rrittei -
nee
ears ag
In l
:. I*
-. {their splr I .
"
raeL they an
rsal import
: *^- Harry C. Smith
I f-Tp FORMAN
Sa^s
fo- Co-s'jb'e
FUU T|Vi MOST QUAiJFlLj
*

*
CLUB PARTY TIME
is H09 a: the
Wot. -'-::: if I or.'i of
BANQUETS PARTIES
LUNCHEONS
MEETINGS
"..' '. Dining Facffiftea
Pr. Z J.r.s
Ar otoeoae
111 7:~:s
- Saw
\m:mm\
=----; --..-.
A montaqe depidinq both Old and New Jerusalem, along
with a portrait of Theodor Herzl. the founder of political
Zionism, has been reproduced on a paster issued by the
Jewish Agency to mark the celebration of Israel's 2 Jon.
Anniversary.
Katzman To Report
To Bureau On Trip
Jack Katzman. secretary of the
Bureau of Jewish Education who
has just returned from a three-
month trip to Africa and South
America, will report on hi- obser-
vations of those areas at th
ular meetin.2 of the bureau's board
of directors which will be held at
the offices of the bureau. f40 Lin-
coln Road, at 8:15 p.m. Thursday.
May o
The agenda of the meetin.
elude election of officers for
the board ol I ^rs tor th-
1968-1969. election of new board
membi tcussion of the forth-
; membership campaign and
the Community 'irad;:a-:on Exer-
cises to May 27
The cars of the bu-
reau bert E Oasip, pres-
ident: Gilbert. Mendell.M.
Selig Melvyn 3 Frumkes =*nd
Leon Ell. i presidents; Jack
Katz- ary: Oscar Mam-
ber ueasurer and Joseph Cohen,
hono-
Rf-ftKT
Anna
Brenner
MEYERS
TO DADE COUNTY
SCHOOL BOARD ON HER
RECORD OF 15 YEA9S
OF SERVICE WORKING
FOR EXCELLENCE IN
EDUCATION FOR ThE
SCHOOL SYSTEM
PULL LEVER 20-P
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+Jmii>t fltrkftor
Page 3-B
The workir.q committee responsible for the
success of the recent breakfast on behalf of
Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emerqency
Fund joint COtnpaiqn at the Moorinqs Apart-
ment are from, left': Srm Scisorek. A ho vn>>.
$10,000 Goal Set
By Moorings Unit
Residents Of the Moorings Apart
in the Sk\ Lake area of
North Dade. have raised 30 per-
: -heir $10,000 goal for the
i med Jewish Appeal Israel
I ncy Fund Announcement
n de a* j breakfast on Sun-
Idressed by Arthur Rosichan.
executive director of the Greater
M nl Jewish Federation.
Irving Levy ot Bldg C is chair
man of the CJA unit, with cam-
n leadership posts held by Al i
De Bears of Bid*. A. Mrs. Stanley
B nan of Bldg. B. Jack Ziegel ;
0i Hid;. D. Lou Bonchick of |
B F and Paul Kanis of Bldg. G. '
Also participating in the pro- I
Of the breakfast meeting
were Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz. CJA
N rth Dade Area chairman, and
Al Lipman.
ts at the event included Sam ,
irek, Abe Koleman. Robert
Burns, Sam Sklair. Jack Carmen.
Ralph Benson. Dr Louis Rogan,
Jerrj Garfinkel and Sam Zemsky.
man. Robert Bums. Sam Sklair. Jack Gar-
man, and Ralph Benson. Not available at
picture taking time, bat workir.q just as hard,
were Dr. Louis Roqan, Jerry Garf nkel and
Temple Tifereth Jacob
Election of officers will be held
al a genera: reeling of Temple
Tifereth Jacob >n Monday. May
13 al 8 p.m.
MRS. NOff/nA RuuiMOWITZ
Y* Women Will
Sponsor Brunch
The 'Y' Women of the YM-YWHA
I of Greater Miami will sponsor a
paid-up membership brunch at 10
l ^.m. Wednesda) at the Central Y.'
I 8500 SW 8th St
Mrs. Ben Brandt is the member
I ship chairman.
The Y' Women also announced
a "May Time Dance" on Satur-
i day. May 18 in the main ballroom
i of the Y.' Mrs Ben Stone is the
I chairman
Temple Menorah
To Honor Teacher
At 'Orchid' Lunch
Mrs Xorma Robinowitz will be
honored by Temple Menorah at
an Orchid Luncheon for her seven-
teen years of service as a teacher
in the temple's religion- school.
The luncheon will be held at the
Carillon Hotel on Thursday. May
9. Mrs Sheldon Lelchuk. PTA
president, announced.
Mrs. Robinowitz joined the tem-
ple's facultv in 1951 and taught
every grade in the Hebrew School
with the exception of the gradu-
ating class. She has also taught
conversational Hebrew in the
Adult Education Department of
he temple. Mrs Robinowitz holds
unique position in the faculty of
he Religious School, taking a lead-
in.; role in the school's special
projects, such as assembly pro-
grams and interfaculty seminars.
Louis Schwartzman, executive
lirector of the Bureau of Jewish
Education, will present Mrs. Ro-
binowitz with a special citation
honoruu her, at the luncheon.
This summer
an adult cabana club.
Sorry, you must be 18 years old
or over to enjoy the facilities
of a leased cabana at the Dora!.
No exceptions, even for guests
of the lessee. Now to October 31
occupancy for up to six persons.
The rentals are S500, S575, S650.
l^imQNTHE-OGEAN
Call Loretta White, Cabana Office. 532-3600
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ELECT
DAVE JAC0BS0N
CONSTABLE DISTRICT 3
LEVER 29-C
DADE COUNTY RESIDENT 22 YEARS
MARRIED TO SELMA, 4 CHILDREN
DISABLED WORLD WAR II VETERAN
FORMER INVESTIGATOR, FLORIDA INDUSTRIAL COMAMSSiON
FO*MR CHIEF DEPUTY CONSTABLE, DISTRICT 3
PAST COMMANDER, DISABLED AMERICAN VETERANS
ACTIVE IN VETERANS, FRATERNAL, RELIGIOUS AND CIVIC AFFAIRS
MEMBCt, NATIONAL SHERIFF'S ASSOCIATION
WORKED FOR U.J.A. and JEWISH WAR VETERANS
ONf OF FOUNDERS OF TEMPLE JUDEA
PLATFORM
CREATE CIVIL SERVICE STATUS FOR ALL EMPLOYEES
EQUAL ENFORCEMENT OF All IAWS FOR All CITIZENS
ESTABLISH 24 HOUR PATROL SERVICE OF ENTIRE DISTRICT
DEVOTE FULL TIME TO THE OFFICE OF CONSTABLE
P.I p..|. A.U
Leukemia Society Benefit
The West Dade Jaycee Auxiliary
will sponsor a fashion show for
the benefit of the leukemia So-
ciety of Dade County on May 11
al the South Miami Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Association's Sunni-
land ofiice. 10301 S. Dixie Hwy.
SUMMER CABANA RENTAL
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Friday. May 3 ;ggg
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Hebrew Academy Slates Weeklong Open House Visits
TV Hebrew Academy of Great cording to an announcement by w.ll be or. di-play dur
KhafeM an Ope km chairman of the pre- 0iKKi ..,,
11 v i. v. j Rabbi Aiexan-it-i
H.vii.- Week h**finn!nr JJOOQiv >:diUBt .
^- -.,ning Thrt^k Fridav ZZ*L"J1
nservaoce "Her- a con>pie>-
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irk the school's 20th
tea and the s-vih,
year at e*BM location k
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n .. May 9 according to
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the school progrua in both H
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Parent-Teach --
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cfctoa from mantry ttai
grade with wparati
for bo>s and 2
The academ> s three n
mgs house air-cor.
rooms, a chapel, a dm:r._
auditorium and executive
OUR YOUTH DESERVE
Justice.
Mercv and
\^ isdoin
ON TUESDAY
PUU LEVER
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JOHN V.
ENDORSED BY THE
MIAMI HERALD
FERGUSON
JUVENILE JLDGE

NEW FACES GOOD FACES NEW FACES
DADE COUNTY CITIZEN'S ASSOCIATION
Recommends For Your Consideration These New \ames
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Crazy-Quilt Zoning?
Garbage Trash Water and Sewer Service?
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Jewislhi Floridian
fndav. Miv 3. 1968
:n
Paqe 5-B
MKS. DAVID A. MESS
Mrs. B. D. Kaplan
Heads Emami-EI
Sisterhood Group
Mrs. Bernard D. Kaplun was in-
stalled recently as the new pre-i-
dent of tlie Temple Bmanu-EI Sis-
terhood,
Installed with Mrs. Kaplan wen-
Mr- Irving I-ehrman. honorary
.ice president; Mrs. Andre Bialo-
lenki, Mrs. Henry (lewitz. Mrs
Stanley Grauer, Mrs. Jacob Katz-
man and Mrs Mum Maisel. vice
presidents; Mrs. Sam Wiesen. ex-
ecutive treasurer: Mrs. Charles
Rosengarten, treasurer: Mrs. Mi-
chael Sossin. reeordins secretary:
Mrs. Mario Stone, correspondina
secretary; Mrs Max Dinisman.
membership financial secretary:
Mrs Harold .1. Segal, life member-
ship financial secretary; Mrs. F'aul
Kracbmer, social secretary: Mrs
Elttol Harris, historian: and Mrs
ill Vbramson, chaplain.
Mrs. Sol Goldstein, past presi-
lent, was the installing officer and
Mrs Sherman K Kaplan was chair-
nan (it the day.
Mrs. David A. Hess
Is Named Chairman
Of CedarsLuncheon
Mrs. David A. Hess, noted music
teacher and local civic leader, has
been named chairman of the An-
nual Awards Luncheon honorins
volunteers of Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital Auxiliary.
The s-ala "Spring Fantasia"
event will be held Tuesday at the
Four Ambassadors Hotel, with
more than 500 members and
gUBSts expected.
"Cedars Today and Tomorrow"
will be the topic of an address by
S. K. Bronstrin. executive vice
president of the hospital, at the
luncheon.
He will outline some of the criti-
cal needs of the hospital and dis-
cuss further expansion of their
physical plant.
A program highlight will be the
awarding oi 2,000-hour service pins
to Mrs. Max EJolsberg and Mrs
Rae Berman for their volunteer
work in the Lobby Gift Shop, the
laboratory and in other patient
related services.
Members of the Awards Lunch
eon Committee appointed to serve
with Mrs. Hess are Mrs. Leonard
Steiner, cochairman; Mrs Byron
Sparber, Mrs. Benjamin Oren,
Mrs. Lawrence Adler. Mrs Morris
Blau, Mrs Frederick Schild. Mrs.
Leonard Brodsky, Mrs. Frank Perl-
man. Mrs. Leon Kaplan. Mrs. Do-
run Zinner, Mrs. Xorman Elson.
Mrs. Nathaniel Levin, -Mrs. Joe
Barchan, Mrs. Edward Cutler. Mrs.
Nathan Glover. Mrs. Mitchell Gold-
man. Mrs. Abe Katz and Mrs.
Prank Rose.
Mrs. Ted Lotterman is president.
National Women's League Florida Unit
To Open Spring Conference May 13
Parkinson Women's Unit
The Florida Women's Division
ot the National Parkinson Foun-
dation was scheduled to hold elec-
tions at its general meeting at 1
p.m. Thursday in the Aladdin
Room of the Algiers Hotel.
The eighth annual spring con-
ference of the National Women's
League of the United Synagogue
of America, Florida Branch, will
be held May 13 15 at the Carillon
Hotel.
Delegates from Dade County
area Conservative Sisterhoods and
from throughout Florida and
Puerto Rico are expected to at-
tend.
Mrs. Arthur .1. Brown, a past
president of Beth Moshe Sister-
hood, is president of the Florida
Branch. Mrs. Irving Furman. Beth
Torah Congregation, is the confer-
ence chairman. Vice chairman is
Mrs. Murray Kay.
Mrs. Rudolph Astor. national
leadership training chairman, will
be the consultant to the confer-
ence, which will have as its slogan.
"Joy in Performance."
i
Workshops will Ik- conducted by
the various officers and chairmen
and the conference will culminate
with the closing banquet and in-
stallation of the new officers.
The National Women's League -
purpose is to inculcate into the
home and everyday life of its Sis-
terhoods and their members, the
high ethical and religious ideals
ol Judaism.
It seeks to focus attention oa
the ethical teachings of the Jewish
religion as they apply to our go\
eminent policies on the local, m-
tional and international scenes
The organization backs construc-
tive programs for peace and hu-
man welfare throughout the Unit-
Id Nations.
3B Women's Chai Unit
The Chai Chapter. B'nai B'rith
Women, will hold its "Gold Honor
Membership" card party at 8 p.m.
Tuesday at Sambos HiXM) Collins
Ave., Miami Beach. Mrs Doris
i.aschow is president of the group,
with Mrs. Flora H. Sinick. Mr-
Paul Gaier and Mrs. Philip Wol-
mer in charge of the event.
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SUMMER
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ACCREDITED BY Florida State Deportment of Education
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CLASSWORK MAT BE INTERRELATED WITH CAMP PROGRAM
ELEMENTARY REVIEW OF ALL SUBJECTS
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Under CASIMIR SINKIEWICZ reading associates inc.
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Swimming Beating Miciy Aril 4 Croitt Incursion*
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Thursday. Friday and Saturday iMav 2. 3, 4
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14th Summer Season!
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"Nome of the American Red Cross Aquatic School"
A CAMP1SG PARADISE IN THE HEART
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waterskiing and riding daily
pro golf and tennis arts and crafts
sailing 'n scuba all land and water sports
trips By canoe, horse and station wagon
special teen program reading ami math clinics
Friday eve Sabbath Services
M.D. and 3 R.N.'s staif our modern infirmary at all timei.
For 14 years, under the personal ownership
and direction of:
Theodore R. Struhl, M D. Frankie I Ben Miller
Major Leonard Wollman Robert H. Wollman
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Fridcr. May 3. 1%P

mtn. iufmh ooirufi
Rochelle Lerner
And Alan Lewis
Are Engaged
The engagement of Miss Ro-
oelle Jmct Lerrw r la Alan Lewis
has been announced by Miss Iy>r-
r.er's parents, Mr and Mrs Harry
i'mcr. 1170 NV." 87lh St
The bride elect, a graduate of
Central Hiuh School, will receive
bef B.A. decree in English at the
L diversity of Florida this June.
She is a member of the Student
F:orida Education Association and
'.:.< Childhood Evocation Associa-
t.on
Mr Lewis, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. William L. Lewis of Holly-
wood, graduated from South Brow-
arri High School and will graduate
from the Univerfity of Florida in
Jam. He is a member of Kappa
Kappa Pti honorary band frater-
rity and also of the Pre-Vet Club.
He will do graduate work in ani-
mal nutrition.
Donna Hochstadt.
Stephen Gottlieb
Exchange Votes
An evenrm? ceremony :r. Temple
Jud Rabbi Morris Kipper -rxating.
joined Do-ma Hoch-tadt and Ste-
phen Gottlieb
Maid of honor at the ceremony
was Diane Storti with Mrs Gloria
--er of the bride, and
Mn Dark Hochstadt. a sister-in-
law, as matrons Junior brides
maids were Phyllis Gottlieb, the
groom's sister and Karan Siege!, a
niece of the bride. Carrie Hoch-
stadt. HMtbeT niece. *i< flower
girl.
David Hochstadt. brother of the
bride. wa= best man. Ushers in-
cluded Albert Hochstadt. brother
of the bride, brother-in-law Jerry
Siegel. and Jeffrey Bertsch. The
bride's nephew. Michael Siegel.
served as junior usher
The neu Mrs. Gottlieb, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs Max Hochstadt.
2621 Lincoln Ave.. attended Miami
Senior High School and Miami-
Dade Junior College.
The bridegroom, son of Mr. and
Mrs Mac Gottlieb. 7331 W. Pana-
! ma St.. attended McArthor Senior
High School and Miami-Dade Jun
_ ior College.
After a honeymoon at Stone
, Mountain. Ga.. the couple will live
in Miami.
Otto Mays On
Honeymoon In
Virgin Islands
Mr and Mr- to May left for
a honevmoon in the Virgin Islam's
this week after the> were married
Sunday. April 28. at the Algiers
Hotel.
The new Mrs Mav :s the former
Carole Conn, daughter of Mrs.
Marie Conn. 1244 Marseille Dr.
Miami Beach
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr and Mrs Ottfl May. 3433
Garden Ave.. Miami Beach
The couple w;lJ
Beach
live in Miami
mm.ot.omat
mss KocHiui unto
Southgate Group
Installs Officers
Mrs. Max Cohen will be installed j
j as president of the southgate
i Group of Hadassah at 7:30 p.m..
Thursday. May 16 in the Southgate
Terrace Room. Mrs. Joseph Rosen-
berg is honorary vice president.
Other officers to be installed
with Mrs. Cohen include: Mrs
Tillie Schwartz. Mrs. Felice Her-
man. Mrs. Henry Schwartz. Mrs.
Irving Scheer and Mrs. Pearl El-
kin, vice presidents; Mrs. Edward
Lifshin. treasurer; Mr*. Abe Mer-
ar. financial secretary; Mrs. Mur-
ray Levine. recording secretary;
Mrs. Ida Kaswell. corresponding
secretary; Mrs Isaac Weinstein,
social secretary; and Mrs. Beatrice
Goldberg, parliamentarian.
Paul Seiderman will be the in-
stalling officer and Mrs. Lifshin is
chairman.
C .u; 8an4#r
MIS. MATT IN WffSS
Lola School Is
Married To
Martin R. Weiss
Mr and Mrs. Martin Roy Weiss
were married Sunday. April 28 at
the Algiers Hotel.
The bride is the former Lola
Ann School, daughter of Mr and
Mrs. Paul School. 7508 Bounty
Ave.. North Bay Village. She is a
graduate of Miami Beach Senior
High School and attended Miami-
Dade Junior College.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Weiss. 1135
j NE 173rd St.. North Miami Beach.
; He is a graduate of North Miami
Senior High School and attended
Bay. Jamaka. the couple will live
Miami-Dade Junior College.
I After a honeymoon in Mont ego
I in West Palm Beach, where they
; will attend the University of Palm
Beach
MM. tm*FI flrf f MAM
Miss Fern Ellis
Is The Bride Of
Jeffrey Freeman
Afternoon nuptials united F- n>
Ellis and Jeffrey Freeman :n the
Seville Hotel Sunday. April 2
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Ellis. 665 NE 173rd TVr..
i North Miami Beach, the !nde
a graduated from Norland Seniof
High School and attended Mien*
I gan State University
The bridegroom, son of Mr and
i Mrs. Eli Freeman of Detroit, crad-
._< uatcd from Wayne State Univer
: lit* and is currently attending De-
troit College of Law.
The couple will live in Detroit
Betty Wood Is
Engaged To Wed
Mr. and Mrs. R. Edward Wood.
700 San Esteban. Coral Gables, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Bettv. to Seth Lukah
Miss Wood, a graduate of Coral
Gables Senior High, is presently
attending The American Univer
sity. where she is majoring in soci-
ology. She is a member of Alpha
Epsilon Phi.
Mr. Lukash. of New York City.
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin
Lukash of West Hartford, Conn.
He L a graduate of the University
of Miami.
An August wedding is planned.
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Harrv Miners To
Mark 50 Years
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Miner, of
Seacoast Towers South. Miami
Beach, will celebrate their 50th
wedding anniversary with a formal
dinner and dance at the Seville
Hotel Saturday evening. May 11.
They were married in Newark,
N.J.. and came here after Mr.
Miner's retirement from the Econ-
omy Faucet Co. nearly 23 years
ago.
They have one daughter. Mrs
Sidney D Ross, and two grand-
children, Mrs. Paul Fruitman and
Scott E. Ross, all of Miami Beach
Dr. Kronish To Review
'Gates of the Foresf
Dr. Leon Kronish. spiritual lead-
er of Temple Beth Sholom. Miami
Beach, will review the novel, i
"Gates of the Forest." by Elie
Wiesel. at a 10:30 am breakfast '
at the temple. 4144 Chase Ave..
according to an announcement by
Mrs. Seymour Silverman. presi-
dent of the temple's Sisterhood.
The review is sponsored by the
Beth Sholom Festival of the Arts
which is conducted by the Sister-
hood of the temple.
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-fcrns* Fkfidhfon
?aq 7-B
liarvninal\j
dLJit/t Zi
u women in our Greater
v ami area are quite social
(led. The constant round of
tiesfrom the small socials
. ,ci in private homes to the large
public events held in our town's
\ ballroom*represent quite
bit of planning on the part of
-t hostesses. We asked several
:" our readers what they, as
tuests, noticed in particular
hbout these affairs.
Mrs. Albert Dubbin rotteei all the small details that
CO into successful party planning.
Ine flowers, the decorations, and
re food. She said that when
something was extra-special. > puld use the idea when she had
t party to plan. It is a compli-
r enl to vour hostess when you
l!k( her plans well enough to re-
produce them in your setting.
One of the floral arrangements
that Mrs. Dubbin particularly
l.ked was centerpieces hung from
tne ceiling. They didn't obstruct
.ft view of the others at the
r :nner table, nor did they Inter-
fere with the conversation.
Mrs. Arthur Willcns is of the
opinion that the invitations set
r.e mood for any occasion. The
..ffair doesn't have to be elab-
. rate to send invitations that
elp set the thjfcme and that
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Communications
Gap Forum Topic
A concerted community effort to
bridge the communications gap,
'tween teens and their parents
V^k. *f / Sm will be made at the YM-YWHA of
Greater Miami Wednesday at
7:30 p.m
The dialogue, entitled "Parents '
and Youth at the Crossroads I
Communication or Chaos." will be
.i joint effort of the Jewish Voca-
tional Service. Jewish Family and I
Children's Service, and the YM-
YWHA of Greater Miami
Panelists who will serve as r-pre-ent the personality of the cuiion leaders are: Louis Bern- \
hostess. stein, social worker at the Jewish j
Family and Children's Service; i
She next notices table appoint- | Bernard Yoffee. director of educa- I
nients. and the coordination of j tional and vocational guidance at
color When it comes to food she j'he Jewish Vocational Service: and !
likes things that are different in j Dr Ronald Shellow. Miami child
taste and of good quality instead i psychiatrist,
of a hodge-podge of bits and | Martin Yelen. councilman of
PF
MISS MARILYN SlIDMAN
I\ ew A p poi n tmente
Are Announced
New appointments to leadersftr-
posts of the 1968 Combined JewUi
Appeal Israel Emergency Fund
joint campaign have been an
nounced.
Herschel Rosenthal and Ronald
I.ipton will head up the Banking
and Savings and Loan Association
Division
David Muskal was appointed ci-
chairman of the Miami Beach Rea
Estate Division, and Jerome Hers
kowitz and Irving Berlin have at
cepled positions as cochairmen oi
the Cleaners and Laundry Div>
sion.
pieces of different foods.
Instead of flowers she prefers
the satin, velvet, or moire table
appointments. Mrs. Willens feels
that these items help coordinate
the color scheme of the party
with the colors in the particular
room.
West Miami and a member of the
YM1IA Board of Directors, will be
the moderator.
Flowers are the' first thing no-
ticed by Mrs. Emanuel Pushkin.
She has just completed a flower
arranging course and notices the
flowers and plants whether they
are important centerpieces or on
an end table.
Life Members To
Be Honored By
Academy Women
The annual Life Member
"Inima" luncheon of the Hebrew
Academy Women will be held on
Wednesday at the home of Rabbi
and Mrs Alexander S. Gross. 3542
Flamingo Dr.. Miami Beach. Rab-
bi and Mrs. Gross are serving as
The next things to catch her j hosts for the fourth consecutive
eye are works of art, especially j year.
in a home that she is visiting for i A feature of the luncheon will
the first time. She also likes to | be the conferring of the title
see what the other women are "Imma" (the Hebrew word for
wearing and where the hemlines j mother) on Life Members who
are. i participate in the Academy's
' Scholarship Fund.
Mrs. Pushkin prefers people to | Mrs Leonard Rosen is honorary
food, but is impressed with home- president and chairman of the
made dishes. Conversation about j^ard of the organization.
current topics of interest are '____________________
next on her list, with topics like BrmM,eis HodflSSOh PoTty
he recent school crisis and the '
current political races her choice. Benefits Orphans, WlOOWS
She dislikes talking about people. ^ Loujs D BraDdeis Group of
If you are planning a party in Hadassah will sponsor a card party
the near future sou would do at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. May 9. at
well to follow the advice of all the Algiers Hotel for the benefit of
those interviewed. Send invita- widows and orphans of Israelis
tions to set vour theme, compro- "ho fell during and since the Six-
mise with flowers and table ap- Day War. The funds will be dis-
pointments in the new attractive Iributed through Youth Aliyah.
paper line, cook something spe- : Chairman for the event are Mrs.
cial for vour guests, and choose Ben Lippy. Mrs. Sam Lichtenstein
and Mrs. A. J. Molasky. Mrs. Sam-
Rabbi Wein To Address
Brandeis Zionist District
engagement i Old \ Rabbi BePe] Wein, spiritual lead
. er of Beth Israel Congregation
Miami Beach, will be guest speak
er at a meeting of the Brandei'
Zionist District to be held at 8p.ir
; Monday at Washington Federa
I Auditorium, 1133 Normandy Di
Miami Beach, it was announced
The bride-elect, a graduate of { by Ezra Kinegold. president of th-
District.
Rabbi Wcin's topic will be "The
20th Anniversary of a Millenial-Ohi
CountryIsrael."
Leon Segal will present a sum
rr.ary of Israel news.
Miss Seid man's
aagement Told
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Seidman.
155 SW 51st Ave.. announce the
engagement of their daughter,
Marilyn, to Milton Klompus, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Klompus.
8911 Garland Ave.. Surfside.
Coral Gables Senior High, will
graduate in August from the Uni-
versity of Miami, where she is
majoring in education. She was
vice president of her high school
sorority. Delta Psi Gamma, and
is a former Sweetheart of Sigma
Phi Fraternity.
Mr. Klompus holds a Bachelor
of Science degree in Journalism
from the University of Florida,
where he was a member of Alpha
Epsilon Pi fraternity. He is pres-
ently working with Yale Ogron
Manufacturing Co. and is in the
Naval Reserve.
Scholarship Concert
The Society tor Young Perform-
ers will hold a scholarship concert
at 4 p.m. Sunday, May 12 at the
Musicians Club of America, 307
Minorca Ave.. Coral Gables. Ruth
Brotman is president and founder
! of the society.
Cedars To Fete
Employes Sunday
The annual "Thank You" picnic
for employes of Cedars of Lebano/
Hospital and their families will b*
held at Crandon Park on Sunday
Mrs. Jackie Dale, chairman, said
that more than 1400 meals wer
served at last year's picnic.
The celebration is the Board of
Trustees' way of showing appreci
ation to the personnel at Cedar*
of Lebanon for their year-round
excellence on the job, according to
Sanford K. Bronstein. executive
vice president.
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President of the group is Mrs.
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Friday May
Beach Hadassah To Close Season With Installation Meets
Croups composing the Miami man of the day and Mrs. Benja- Alvarez, accordionist and accom-
Ifcach Chapter of Hadassah will nlin Wolff, cochairman. panist.
Close ihe current season with in *
stalJations of new officers. The Morton Towers group was The Kadimah group will hold its
to hold its installation luncheon at meeting at the Singapore Hotel on
The Hanna Senesch group will noon Thursday, in the Algiers Ho- Monday, with luncheon served at
hold its installation Monday noon tel. Mrs. Emanuel Mentz was to noon.
at the Algiers Hotel. Installing of- he installing officer. Marjon s an(| Este H().
ficer will be Rabbi David Raalx Mrs. Battle Wagner program berman will entertain.
The program will be music and ; vice president, was slated to pre-
Bong by Sima Swee. sent a musical program, with An- Mrs. Meyer Schneider is presi-
Mr>. George Ginsberg is chair- tonia Curbelo. singer and Maria dent of the group.
Pioneer Women's Unit To Fete Israel
The Plaia 800 group will hold
its installation at the Algiers Hotel
Tuesday at noon, with luncheon
Pioneer Women Clubl will spon- raeli songs will be sung bv Regina served,
sor an Israel independence Brunch Balin. Mrs Doro,h K Fink ^ ^
Chairman lor the luncheon will the installing officer. The program
Wednesday.
Chairman for the afternoon will
be Mrs. Joseph Krantz. Club pres
ident is Mrs. Robert Garber.
The Beba Idelson chapter will
hold a brunch meeting at noon
Wednesday at the Washington
Federal, 1133 Normandy Dr.
Mrs. Michl Gibson is Chapter
president
Pioneer Women Club 2 will hold
a luncheon honoring their presi-
dent. Mrs. Ida liftman, at noon
Sunday in the Raleigh Hotel.
Guest speaker will be Mrs. Mil-
ton Green, Southeastern Regional
Chairman of Pioneer Women. Is-
Sport Fans!
I BET YOU
DIDN'T KNOW
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I
, Here's one of those sports
oddities that's hard to be-
lieve but it's true .
The horse that won the
1 Kentucky Derby of 1933,
Brokers Tip, strangely
I enough, had never won a
I race previous to the Derby,
I and never won a race after
I that!
I Here's an amazing fact
about Stan Musial I bet you
didn't know ... In all his
years in big league base-
| ball, Musial was NEVER
I thrown out of a game for
. arguing with umpires .
That record is remarkable
when you consider that
Stan played in 3,026 dif-
' ferent games over a period
of 22 years!
I Whafs the farthest any
I man has ever hit a golf
I ball? Most golf experts be-
I lieve the record is held by
- golf pro George Bayer .
Bayer is reported to have
once driven a ball 500 yds.
1 I bet you didn't know that
Fred Sandier hat been with
I Metropolitan Life for 40 years
... tke past 23 years here in
Miami. A Life Member of the
' Metropolitan Lift Millionaires
I Club proves conclusively that he
I is qualified to handle your In-
surance Estate!
) FRED A. SANDLER
METROPOLITAN INSURANCE CO.
595 Biltmore Way, Coral Cables
I Phone: 444-7101
! O
Metropolitan Life
I
Ih' Mrs. Abraham Shedroff.
The regular meeting of Kadima
chapter will be held at 8 p.m.
Tuesday at Coral Gables Federal
Savings and Loan. 2501 Ponce de
Leon Blvd.
Dr. Joseph Fogel, a practicing
clinical psychologist with the Dade
County Board of Public Instruc-
tion will be guest speaker. Dr.
Fogel recently returned from a
year's tour of parts of
was in Israel at the
Six-Day War. His talk on life in
Israel will be illustrated with
slides.
Mrs. Fred Sandier is program
chairman; Mrs. LHlie Cohen is
chapter president.
A luncheon will he held at noon
Wednesday. May 15. at the home
of Mrs. Israel Breakstone. 2250
SW 25th St. Cohostess is Mrs.
Louis Robbins. Proceeds will be
for Child Rescue work in Israel.
will feature musical selections by
Joyce Farber.
The Bay Harbor group will hold
its installation on Monday at the
Balmoral Hotel. Luncheon will
be served at noon.
Stanley Tate will be the install-
ing officer. Entertainment will be
by Marsh and Mann, rendering
musical selections.
Europe He Hullkltlll Lodge
time of the _. w c-
IDstiilhilion is Set
Massachusetts Club
The Massachusetts Club of
Greater Miami will hold its regu-
lar monthly meeting on Thursday.
Hay 9. at 8:30 p.m in the Bel
Aire Hotel. Miami Beach.
Minna Glickman will be in-
stalled as president of the Hatik-
vah Lodge. B'nai B'rith Women at
the Forte Towers Restaurant at
noon Tuesday.
Other oflicers to be installed
include Ruth Steiner and Suzanne
Esformes. vice presidents; Flo Hei-
man. treasurer: Adele Rolnick. fi-
nancial secretary: Thelma Scheck-
tor. recording secretary; Mary
London, corresponding secretary:
and Mrs. Elsie Miller, consultant.
Rose Litt. Cecile Kluger and
Gertrude Solomon are trustees
Mrs Kluger will be chairman of
the day and Mrs. Litt will be the
installing officer.

MILTON SIRKIN
I'M For Dave
FORMAN
Says:
for Constable
FULL TIME MOST QUALIFIED
IM. I-..1. Ai
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Shalom!
From
FRANCES KENNEDY
BUCKLEY
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR CONGRESS,
10th DISTRICT, (NORTH DADE, SOUTH
BROWARD, CENTRAL BROWARD)
GRADUATE HARVARD LAW SCHOOL
VETERAN, U.S. NAVY 1942-1945
FORMER CITY ATTORNEY OF FORT LAUOERDALE
FORMER ACTING REGIONAL PRICE ATTORNEY,
SOUTHEASTERN U.S., OFFICE Of PRICE ADMINISTRATION
NEW YORK LAW REVISION COMMISSION SERV'CE
GENERAL PRACTICE OF LAW, BROWARD COUNTY, FOR
23 YEARS. FOR LAST 9 YEARS HAVE HELD HIGHEST
MARTINDALE RATING FOR ABILITY AND REPUTATION.
In 1965 bod pleasure of personally driving a rtntti car throughout
most of Israel. Became aware of the tremendous advances made in
many areas of economic, agricultural Development. / was accompanied
on this trip by my eldest son, then a regularly enrolled student at
Hebrew t/aiversify in Jerusalem and a llutnt conversationalist in Hebrew
and he acted at my guide.
VOTE MAY 7th FOR
FRANCES K. BUCKLEY
Pull Lever 2-C
Pd Pol. Adv.
Aaron Farr
Well known, long time resident of Miami bcach
and D. Lee Powell
ENDORSE AND
URGE YOUR SUPPORT OF
E. H. GRIFFITHS
for District 3 Dade County Board of Public Instrucri
on
A Mature, experienced busings
executive who is needed on -tia
Dade County School board
Pull Lever 19-D
County-Wide
Democratic Election
TUESDAY, MAY 7
A
NEW FACE
that will make
METRO
MOVE!
ELECT "MR. ACTION'
EIDEL
COUNTY COMMISSIONER 7
# i*i/
Education
becomes the
first work
of our times
JOHN L. HICKEY is the ruggedly independent
member of Dade County's Quality Education Com-
mittee, who recently fought the people's battle
to keep Channel 2 publicly owned. He has offeree
himself as a candidate for the SCHOOL BOARD
believing that forceful and positive leadership is
needed to help manage the essential affairs of
our education system. For a man you will be
proud to have voted for .
Uect JOHNL.
HICKEY
SCHOOL BOARD
County-wide
Go. 2
LEVER 26-D
JOHN L. HICKEY hat served at:
Member, Dade County Quality Education Com-
mittee (1961-1967)
Member, Florida Committee on Quality Educa-
tion (1966)
Member, Planning and Administrative Sendee*
Panel, United Fund (1966-1968)
Trustee and Secretary-Treaurer, South Florida
Carpenters Labor-Management Joint Appren-
ticeship and Training Program (1967-1968)
Secretory, Bishop Carroll'* Labor Day Obeefv-
ance Committee (1960-1968)
Member, Israel Histodrut Committee (19* I'll Pol >


May 3. 1960
Political Briefs
Morton L Perry
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Kill .
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Miami civic leader Morton
i> a candidate for the
c nomination for Judge
-nail Claims Court. Croup
-day's countywide voting.
: itier a'-sistant state ador-
ed the rackets and frauds
and was commended by
le County grand juries for
:rom 1963 through 1967.
: president of his B'nai
dge. Mr. Perry serves on
riial advisory board of tha
.imation League, is a Ma-
has been a resident here
. ars.
. a guest lecturer in hu-
. tions at the Miami Police
. for seven years and is a
of the National Associa-
jistrict Attorneys.
*
Elton Gissendanner
Rep. Elton Gissendanner
. n endorsement from the
ierald this week for Tuos-
i-mocratic primary in the
iiigressional District.
North Dade civic leader
p new support for his bid
the House of Represents-
-ed on his experience as
the City of North Miami
Florida legislator.
North Dade's most active
it) leader-, he played a
ile in the rapid expansion
Miami into one ol Flor-
_cst eiiies. his supporters
years. Mr. Cristol is an honor grad-
uate of the University oi Miami.
Harold A. Greene
Harold A Greene, seeking re-
election in District 1 on the Metro
Commission, this week piled up an .
impressive list of endorsements. '
including those ol the Miami Her-
ald and The Miami News
The North Dade civic and re
ligious leader, who ha- played an
active role in community affairs
since he was an undergraduate
student leader at the University of
Miami, pointed out that Tuesday's
balloting in his race is countywide
and non partisan.
Mr. Greene has been a leader in
the campaign to build a new YM-
YWHA in North Dade County, and
has been in the forefront of numer-
ous other Jewish and non-sectar-
ian philanthropic efforts.
He has taken an active role in
projects aiding transportation,
roads, communications and other
public services throughout Dade
County,
Joe Boyd
iissendanner also has. ac-
to his campaign commit-
greatest experience in
flice "which ibould serve
: in Washington."
Judge Milton Friedman
A i dorsement by the Miami
trail :his week aided the cam-
BBUn : Judge Milton Friedman
hi- race for the Democratic
mm. '.on to the Circuit Court of
v-ounty in Tuesday's pri-
Jud.t Friedman, former Dis-
ci Five president of B'nai B'rith,
senior judge of the City of
lams'- municipal court prior to
k bi< for the Circuit Court in
t co.-itywide campaign.
A i oi mar chairman of the Metro-
litar Division of the Combined
n-isl Appeal, Judge Friedman
ves a National Commissioner
the nti-Defamation League of
iai E rith.
\ pait president of Sholem
tut e advanced through every
air to head B'nai B'rith for all
Sou*.hern states, and was a del-
ti- the Triennial Convention
l-r. last year.
Joe Boyd, a candidate for the
Florida Supreme Court, Group l.
feels that in a judicial race there
can be no campaign issues In the
normal sense The integrity, edu-
cation and ability of a person
. seeking a judicial office is the only
criteria of importance, Mr. Boyd
asserts.
From 1951 to 1958. when he was
elected to the Dade County Com-
mission, Joe Boyd served as the
Hialeah City Attorney, during
which time the population grew
from 20.000 to 60.000, and he was
unanimously appointed by the
Mayor and City Council on four
occasions during this time.
JWV Auxiliary Sets
Two Meeting Dates
The North Shore Ladies Auxil-
iary No. 677, Jewish War Veterans,
will hold its next meeting at 7:30
p.m. Wednesday at the Washington
Federal Auditorium. 1234 Wash-
ington Ave.. Miami Beach.
The second meeting of the
I month will be held at 7:30 p.m.
| Wednesday, May 22 at Washington
i Federal. 1133 Normandy Dr.
FLORIDA NEEDS
FURLONG!
Dai
Jate
co
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ek.
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111!
foi
A V
A. Jay Cristol
C ounty school board can-
:.. Jay Cristol accelerated
tywide race for the Group
viatic nomination this
mmunity service record
service on the City of
Poach Convention Bureau
- Board, life membership
Royal Palm Chapter of
-; nai B'rith youth group.
position of special assis-
rney general of Florida
i legislative sessions.
iii Beach resident for 29
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Jewish ncr/aHar>
Fridav
Mother's Day Marked at
JWV Auxiliary Meeting
A .special Mother's Day pro-
jyam was scheduled to be featured
t the meeting of the Jewish War
Veterans Auxiliary No. 223 at
Temple Ahavat Sbolom. 985 SW
67th Ave. The Auxiliary includes
13 mother and daughter combina-
tions in its membership.
The meeting was also to feature
the presentation to the group of
the "Traveling Friendship Gavel"
by the Four Freedoms Auxiliary
No. 402
Mrs. James Stern was to pre-
side at the meeting with Mrs. Jack
Pales serving as hostess.
Hc-ry H. Cohen Auxiliary
A regular meeting of the Jew-
ish War Veterans Harry H. Cohen
Auxiliary- No. 723 will be held at
8 p.m. Wednesday at the Surfside
Community Center. Surfside Sarah
Gardner is president of the group.
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Musical Production To Highlight ORT Luncheon Program
Students of the Barry College Schneider, reg.or.al president M
Drama Department will present the organization.
a musical production. "Golden B y., OI. a true epji0de in the
Laces." a; the annual Honor Roll lj(e a {orrner student at an ORT
Luncheon of Women's American

; schuo;. the production is under the
direction of Pauline Hawthorne
ORT to be held at the Seville t
Hotel on Wednesday, it was an- ; and supervised by P. Minnav.ah of
nounced this week bv Mrs. Harold the Barry College Drama Depart
tnent. The musical s
in "Fiddler on the
Over 1.000 mei-i > .
pected to attend the
inn to Mrs Morris W
Honor Roll vice pr -
chairman of the da\
.
m. miuon sitKiN
Mrs. Sirkin Is
Named To Key
Rod Cross Post
Mrs. Milton Sirkin. ho for
many years has played a major
role in community betterment in
Dade County, has accepted the as-
signment of publicity chairman for
the Miami Beach branch office.
Dade County Red Cross
In accepting the post. Mrs. Sir
kin lauded the Red Cross as an
organization that "cuts across, or
is interwoven in" every worth-
while activity-
Mrs. Sirkin is the president of
the Women's Division. Miami
Beach Chapter, of the American
Technion Society, and a member
of the National Board
She has worked with United
Fund since its beginning, is the
only woman past president of the
Greater Miami YM VWHA. the
only woman who has served as
president of the 11-state Southeast-
ern Region. National Jewish Wel-
fare Board, a member of the Dade
County Citizens Safety Council,
and a former member of the Mi-
ami Beach Social Service Board.
Beth Am Sisterhood Slates
Mother's Day Luncheon
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Am will host a hot catered Mother's
Day luncheon in the social hall of
the temple at 11:30 a.m. Wednes-
day. May 15 Cantor Michael Kyrr
will present a special musical pro-
gram for the e\en:
In charge of reservations are
Mrs Bernard Mandler and Mrs
Edward Rubin
Special prises will be awarded
to the youngest grandmother, the
: grandmother with the most grand-
children, the eldest mother, and to
the five best dressed ladies of the
day
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Temple Israe-
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Time For A Change
ELECT
Joseph D.
VENTURA
FOR
CONSTABLE DIST 1
ENDORSED BY CONGRESS OF SENIOR CITIZENi
The base of our Democracy in our Public School system. Ou-
Negro community needs representation on the School Board
ZEKE BURROWS would give it to them without forgetting the
whole Community.
I have observed ZEKE BURROWS at Urban League Board meet-
ings. He listens, takes notes and when Zeke has something to
say, he speaks calmly and concisely plus he makes sense! ZEKE
BURROWS would make a good School Board Member and de-
serves your support.
Shalom
MOYSHE ZILBER
ELECT
BURROWS
SCHOOL BOARD
GROUP 2
PERSONAL
* Native Miemian aye 33
Married; 3 children
Recipient Iota Fhi lamba "Man of the Tear IH?
* 3 year Prudential life Iniurance Million Dollar
Round Table Quelifer
CHURCH
Member Church of the Oo'n Door LlntM
Cor>9'#gjtionl Church of Chnst
EDUCATIONAL
Graduate of Dade County school >*re
Graduate ol Florida AiM Um.trvt,
Attended Univerwty of Miami for graduate tvd
Graduate Armor Officer* Training School
Received eitentive advance training in feilej
life Inwrence
MILITARY
Caplan, U S Army (serve
BUSINESS
Agent Prvdantial Irfe Insurance Co of Ame- ;i
Oade County School Teacher. I 9*0 eJ
Aist rVmcrpal enf Community School Direct*-
Oade County School System
COMMUNITY SERVICE
Board of Oirc-ctor Welfare Planning Council
3nd Vice Pretident Greater Miami Urban laaj.-
Board of Director* YMCA. Carver Branch
Member Big Brother* of America
Member Miem* Aitociation of Irfe Underwntr i
Vice "reident. Rattier* inc of Mami Florda
Member. Young Democratic Club of Dade Ceu .
Agency Operation Committee. United fund
Agency Operation Committee. United Fund
Northwest Junior Chamber of Commerce
and other civk group*
Cha.rman Dade County Educational N W Advue
Group
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Mav 3, 1968
+Jewi$tfk>rkfibr
Page 11-B
William Kramer
Neil Siegel
Myles Cypen
Boa Mii^tfoJt
Mrs. Movers In
School Board
Kceieotion Bcf! *
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, a
mernVr of'The" 'Dado County
School Board since November,
1953. is a candidate for the School
Board from District 5. and is run-
ning on her record of 30 years of
service to this community 15
years of which have been served
in the Dade County school system.
Mrs. Meyers has been a resident '
of Dade County for 34 years. She '
is an attorney and practiced law '
in New York State prior to moving '
to Dade County and has practiced ;
law in Dade County since 1936.
Mrs\ Meyers was educated in the
public schools in the state of Con- j
necticut. She attended Teacher's
College. Columbia University,
graduated from Brooklyn Jewish
Hospital as a registered nurse: got
her law degree from St. Lawrence '
University of Brooklyn Law
School.
Included in Mrs. Meyers" activi-
ties have been civic, philanthropic
and concerned leadership to im-
prove the welfare of all people.
Mrs. Norman Brown has been
tapped as an honorary mem-
ber of Rho Lambda Sorority,
the women's honorary orqa-
nization established at the
University of Miami in 1957.
Mark Cxilton
"- :. ?on nt Mr. and Mrs
William plavs the clarinet in the
school band.
A reception in William's honor
will be held Saturday evening at
his home
Attending the event will be his
.' Coulton. 1424 SW 17th
.. become Bar Mitzvah at
: Con 4 relation Satur-
Maj 4.
\ -. den'1 .T Shenandoah Junior grandparents. Mrs. Lillie Kramer,
A | ,.ys the drums in the Mr. Julius Kramer, and Mr. and
' Mrs Morris Malmud: his uncle and
aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kra-
mer, of New York.
>n:id >!c attends Beth Da-
Ki ligioua School, and is a
ember Of the United States Naval
lets.
pption and dinner will be
la at Um Algiers Hotel in his
lnor on Sunday.
Amonc the guests attending the
iebrrition will be Mrs. Eva Taiib
Susan Lee
Susan Lois, daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Bennett Lee. 4584 Meridian
Ave Miami Beach, will celebrate
her Bas Mitzvah at 10:45 a.m. Sat-
d Mr and Mrs Abraham Cohen, I urday. May 4. at Temple Beth
gri ('i..rents. Sholom. Rabbi Leon Kronish will
* officiate.
Myles Cyp*n Susan is a student of Beth Sho
Myles !;..r> son of Judge and lomV Confirmation ("lass of 5~30.
ir\inp v ypen, will Decoriie ,
Mitivah on Saturday, May 4,
Tetiplc Ln>anu-El.
David luck er man Eliiabeth Gordon
urday evening at the F.B.A. Club
in Miami.
* *
Mark Rosokoff
Mark Craig, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jerome Rosokoff, will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday. May 4, at Beth
Moshe Congregation, when he will
conduct the traditional services
and chant the Haftarah.
An Oneg Shabbat' Friday eve-
ning and a Kiddush Saturday will
follow the services in Popiel Social
Hall, sponsored by Mark's parents,
who will also host a dinner in his
honor Saturday evening.
The grandson of the late Alfred
H. Predinger, Mark is a student of
;he Beth Moshe Religious School
and attend- Thomas Jefferson Jun-
ior High School.
Among the relatives coming for
the oeea.-io'i will be his aunt and
uncle. Dr. and Mrs. L. S. Augustine,
of Tampa his grandfather, Louis
Rosokoff. of Buffalo, NY., as well j Mrs. Charles Festiii.tr
as Mr. and Mrs. Sam Yogel, Mr. charge of reservations
and Mrs Herman Goldstein and "-----------------------~
Mr. and Mrs David Sade, all from BB \^ OllU'Il Install '
Sirina Delta Tau
To Install Slate
Sharon dross will be in -stalled as
the new presiden of Si>;ma Delta
Tau Alumnae League at the or-
ganization's annual Mothers Day
Luncheon at noon Saturday at the
Miami Lakes Country Club.
Other officers to be installed in-
clude Mrs. Jerome Shevin and '
Mrs. Joseph Fisher, vice presi-
dents; Mrs. Lawrence Lapin. corre-
sponding secretary: Mrs. Charles
Stuzin. recording set rr'ary; and j
Mrs. Richard Miller, treasurer.
is in l
Arts Supervisor
Is Ncmwfl By June Fried ha> been appointed
the Cultural Arts Supervisor of
the YM-YWHA of Greater Miami,
it was announced this week by
Sam Seitlin, pre-ident of the 'Y'.
Mrs. Fried i- .1 graduate of the
American School of Design and
Pratt Institute. She also attended
Hunter Coll. ge, the American
Handicraft School and school- in
classical ballet, and modern and
interpretative dancing.
She is a member of the National
Ait Association and of the J<'ish
Center Workers.
'
Ellen Rot-s.tein
:. daughter of Mr. and "rs
An v-.ghth rrade. student at Ida ; Jf^ h &ot|&Mn of N^ Miami
I Pis-ier unior High School
he on rhe year book staff,
ru-rrober of the National
I iO] Society, recipient oi
?pi si Award for Outstand-
Citizensfcip, and is an Honor
aduate of the Bureau of Jewish
tittcation lit attends the Honor
|ontin nation Class at the temple.
' will be honored at
-e Mural Room of
temple immediately following
Philadelphia
Neil Siege! and David Zuckerman
m-
Mrs. Jack August will be
stalled as the new president of
'he Miami Beach Women's Chap-
THE CONGRESS of Vienna a
conference in 1814 and 1*15 tc re-
organize Europe after the Napole-
onic wars, was the first such
sembly to consider the ,i< i h.
problem as a separate entity, .''t w-
ish observer-; were invited to "he
Congress to watch out for J h
interests.
LEGAL NOTICE
ship service and at a re- ~2
daj in the -' ".....';'me B
Beach, will observe her Bas Mitz-
vah I rniaj evening May 3, at
Beth Torah Congregation.
| .ident at the Harold
- School and "ill
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thi ,- !
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On J "
:, m, m rvii ; Mr.
D15
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pie Or Olorn
enth grade student
at V est Miam: Junior High, and
pli p uitar,
Out-of-town guests ire expected
from New V{': New Jersey and
ill ho.-t the
Shabbat foilov ing Friday
as the
Kiddmh & tu
II Beth David Con- cepl m and d also b(
Son
i sevi nth gradi I Biscayne Ter-
i ioi High, i re
I inor Roll.
Her i II tender an Om
Hall her
ts at the i
grand
Neil, sen of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur | ter. B'nai B'rith 519. at the Algiers
and David, son of Mr. and | Hotel at noon Thursday, May 9.
Mrs. Samuel Baum is outgoing
pre-ident. Featured in the pro-
gram will be vocalist Joyce Farber.
Mrs. Ann Kaufman i: program
I urman. .
Beth Torch Congregation
Beth Torah Congregation will
Id its annual meeting for elec-
tion of officers at 8:30 p.m. Tues-
day, May 14. A program f/- cele-
bn te the 20th anniversi ry of Is-
rael will be presented bj Rabbi
L-ipschlti spiritual leader.
..- d Cantor J !< nzi r, II be pre-
sented after the business meeting.
Max Cypen, grand;
Myles, will attend
* i-
Eiictfh Gordon
Louise, daughti ol
liotl Gordon 6850
i Coral Gables, will
u : i Mitzvah Friday eve-
Law.-erce Kalusin
1 enci
i. i '.
r Mitzt ly, May 4.
'lem ... reatei M
awrence is in tl el 11
\ Miami Junior High
* rei oner il! be
:i in his honor ai the Seville
Miami Beach
Sharyn Ross
M' and
N rtl '
B.i aeh, v her Bas Mitz-
vah Pi "- Maj
T
!,. :
:'me a r.
Joseph Mora
.i.VHl
. 10
i a Bar M morn-
Mrs. Mel Zuiktrman, will observe
tjjeir Bar Mitavahj at Beth Torah
Cengregatiot Saturday morning.
May 4
David and Nni who are cousins,
,,n in < seventh grade at John
F Kennedy Junior Higll S hool
the grat, lal I i .it tin
' '- i ligious School.
pi nd dinner will lx
honor Saturday eve-
ftillion Ro ol '!it
, *
Jonathan Zabel
son of Mr i
'.' Zabel will bi ,. lied to
. ,. Bai Mitzval ai the
J a.in es at Km ssel
i ontu"! gati Miami Beach, on |
Saturday, May 4
Jonat tan stud I He- |
brew ...... of Greati: Miami
Ann iut-01 town tin -is al-
har Mitz\. ebra
; : idpar-
.I Mrs. I Zabel of "" Gordon Funeral H .
Moi lr< Rabbi Sydn. bor oi Miller die:! I daj
ere. L.I., Mi i nativ< oi N( Mrs.
-. and Miller 1 vi 24 S th St.
Id ti n oi New She was a B'rith.
York, and Sh< Idi i loldstein of Survivors in hi isband,
New York. r; two d. Mrs
Befnice Gi Mrs, M. S.
Cone, bo"' of
grandchild,
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Florida's Workingest Judge
LEVER 14C
FLORIDA'S
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tNOOtSED tT THl
MIAMI MRALD. MIAMI KACH TVMtt
Art-ClO. CO MJAMJ KACH At ASSOClATK>N
In the 50 years that Judge Bianton has served as ;
judge, he has become ore of Florida's most d;s: -
guished jurists. His record on appeal of his rulings
to higher courts is considered by the legal profess an
as one of the best of any judge in the state.
Reelection of Judge Bianton. Florida's most expe-i
enced and qualified county judge, will assure
continued
Competent consideration of estates filed for pro
bate, as well as estates of minors and incompetents.
Courteous, understanding handling of competency
hearings.
Efficient administration of the public's business
by the county judge s court.
Native Floridian. graduate of Miami High School, grad
uate of Washington & Lee University, admitted to Bar
in 1911, County Judge for 50 years
Former president of Florida County Judges' Assn.
member of Shenandoah Presbyterian Church. Kiwanian.
Elk. Mason. Past Potentate of Mahi Shrine.
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1,000 Due To Attend
20th Anniversary Fete
Miami, Florida. Mav 3. 1968
Section C
Nearly l.uoo community leaders
v ere lo gather Thursday night .ii
the Israel Independence Day din-
ner In the Grand Uallruoni of the
Pontainebleau Hotel to join in the
worldwide celebration ol Israel's
20th anniversary
The local festivities, sponsored
by the Greater Miami Israel Bond
organization, were geared to co-
incide with the celebration in Is-
rael and in the major communities
of the world.
The ceremonies were to be high-
lighted by the presentation of the
Israel Prime Minister's Award to
Dr. Leon Kronish, stepping down
as chairman of the local Israel
Bond organization after three
years Oi service. His successor.
.lames M. Albert, was to officially
assume the chairmanship and Di-
li ving I.ehrman was to be installed
as chairman of the Board of Gov-
ernors
Twenty South Florida leaders
who have been at the forefront of
service to Israel in its first 20
years of statehood were to be re-
cipients of the Jerusalem Libera-
tion Award. They include James
M. Albert. Sidney P. Ansin. Sami'-I
Blank. Shenard Broad. Jonas J.
Brotman, A. C. Fine. Harry Fran-
kel. Samuel Friedland. Isadore
Ilecht. Samuel Kipnis. Davi
Light, Mrs Anna Brenner Meyers,
A. .1. Molasky, Alexander Mus-J,
.Max Orovitz, Jack S Popick. Jac) >
Rifkin, Leonard Rosen, Harry S
kin and Carl Weinkie.
Slated as guest ol honor was
Joseph .1. Schwartz, worldwide
head ol the Israel Bond organizi
lion. In a statement on the ce
bration ol Israel's 20th anniver
sary. Dr. Schwartz noted thai the
occasion will initiate an intense s
period ol campaigning for tin -
i| Israel Bonds.
Calling attention ro the fact tha-
w'thin recent days the govern-
ment of Israel was compelled to re-
duce its development expenditure-:
by $50,000,000 for the current yea,-
in order to meet increased defens*
needs, Dr. Schwartz stressed tha
urgent need of Israel Bond fund,
to make up this deficit in th
country's development bud/jet.
A dramatic highlight of the pro-
gram was to be the pageant. "The
Saga oi Israel," featuring the M
I ami Beach Symphony Orchestl
' under the direction of Barne'l
Breeskin; the Cantorial Chorus,
cinder the direction of David Cor
viser; the Hora Festival Dancers,
and narrators Arnold Warren a:-.'
Ken Taylor
Israel Gets French Jets In Name Only
The Hora Festival Dancers were to be fea-
tured in the celebration cf Israel's 20th
anniversary sponsored bv the I-rael Bond
Organization on Thursday eveninq at the
Fontainebleau Hotel. Miami Baach's sym-
phenv orchestro is a}*o on the Droqram.
Jews Active In Australian Life
By EDGAR BERNSTEIN
The Australian Jewish commu-
nity already more substantial
than most Jews outside Australia
realize is laying foundations
tor a position of growing import-
ance.
Partly, this is because Australia
i~ cast for a significant role in
tomorrow's world. It holds a
unique position among the conti-
nents the only one that is a
single State and not a congeries
Ol separate, independent and often
conflicting countries.
Basically Anglo-Saxon, it has a
homogeneous population into
which immigrants from various
lands have fitted and adapted cum
tably.
Australia is a vasl country,
roughly the same size as the I S A
hough a large portion ol it is
i ert, it has rich mineral re-
i Air transport and mo.leu:
linoloi > have combined i<> over
e the problems and the diffi-
ol exploiting the contim
lural ivealth. World War II put
>ti alia on the map as a b, -'
West in the Pacific Since
tin n its strategic importance has
increased. There are growing as-
ins M.'h the lulled Stali.
itarily, economically and cul-
' it a Ij The old ties with Britain,
while still import.int. are slacken
The Jewish community is only
' '7 percent of the Australian pop
niation roughlv 70.000 out ol
almost 12.000.000 inhabitants
hut it is a community that is well
integrated into the developing
structure of Australian lile. It
makes valuable contributions to
the national welfare but at the
same time, feeds and fosters us
Judaism,
This was not always the case
The me World War II community
- lhan half the size of Aus
tralian Jewry todav played a
role ni comparative Insignificance.
fhere were a few Jews who at-
I prominence in Australian
life men like Sir Isaac Isaacs,
il"' first Australian-born Governor-
General, and Sir John Monash. the
great Australian military leader of
World War I. But they were few
nd far between The small com-
munity, descended from Anglo-
Jewish settlers, had become in-
creasingly assimilated. Jewish ed-
ucation was backward and the rate
ol intermarriage was growing. A
handful of Rabbis and ministers
Struggled to maintain Jewish spir-
itual life against creeping erosion.
World War II changed all that.
The impact of Nazism brought a
new sense of Jewish responsibility.
Australian Jews suddenly realized
the importance of strengthening
the Jewish communal structure
and the need lo extend its commit-
ments to Israel.
The new Australian immigration
policy helped the Jewish commu- '
nity. Of more than 2.000.000 Immi-
grants in the past 20 years, over
30,000 have been Jewish In large
measure, the newcomers were
Jews who had learned the grim
lesson nt the holocaust and were
mniitted to Jewish survival. This
represented a greal accession of
ngth to Australian Jewry.
The newcomers adapted well to
country and community Some of
Ihcm soon made themselves felt
in the local Jewish leadership. I
was told that they helped to di
minish the assimilalionist trends
that wfre causing concern in the
older-established community. They
took a more outspoken attitude in
fighting such marginal anti-Semi-
lism as manifested itself in Aus-
tralia. They nave valuable rein-
forcement to Australian Zionism.
SELF-CONTAINED
Ninety percent Ol Australian
Jewry is concentrated in Sydney
and Melbourne. Distances between
the main communities are consid-
erable: Brisbane, Sydney. Mel-
bourne, Adelaide are roughly 500
miles from each other: Perth,
which has Australia's third largest
community, is nearly 2,00(1 miles
away, at the other side of the
continent. A similar distance has
to be traversed to reach the hand-
fnl ol Jewish families in the North-
n Territories; and several hun-
dred miles acrOSI the sea. tO reach
the small Jewish community in
Tasmania.
As .1 result the local communi-
are forced to become self-
i 1 no problem i lies
containe
Melbourne, with 33.000 Jews, or
Sydney with 28.000; it is more dif-
ficult in Perth with 3,000. Bris-
bane with 1.500. Adelaide with
1.200. Nevertheless, they are meas-
uring up responsibly to the task
not only of maintaining congrega-
tional life and Jewish education,
but also ol providing comprehen-
sive welfare services and a diversi-
fied cultural program.
Among the happiest signs of
Australian Jewish progress in the
last 20 years, are the greal strides
made in the field of Jewish educa-
tion.
The Jewish Day School Move-
ment has become firmly rooted.
In Melbourne, almost 35 percent
Of the Jewish children of school
age receive their education in the j
city's seven Jewish day schools
Scopus College, with 1.500 pupils,
hold? pride Ol place and has earn
ed a reputation as one of the best
Jewish daj schools in the world.
The character ol Melbourne Jew-
ry, where the Eastern European
(particularly Polish) influence pre
ales, has helped this cultural
trend. Sydney, where the Anglo-
Jewish influence predominates, is
quite a way behind. There, the ,
Jewish daj school movement is :
newer and has not yet caught the
public- imagination. It is making
progi ess, n>'\ ertheless.
Jews take an active parl in all
branches of public life. Sydnej and
j Melbourne have Jewish mayors
. Ernes) Marks in the former, and
Sir Benjamin Benjamin in the lat-
ter. There are several Jewish par-
; liamentarians Sydney Einfeld,
j Asher Joel. Mrs Margaret Davis.
I Senator Sam Cohen.
There are four Jews on the Aus-
' tralian Bench, while several Jews
hold positions as professors or lec-
terers at Australian universities.
In the past two decades, Jews
have also made an increasing con-
tribution to the arts in Australia.
Painters ol eminence include Prof.
Maximilian Feurring. who came
to Australia from Poland, and
native-born Joe Rose. Judy Cas-
sab. and Sali Herrinan I was told
thai among writers. Harry Marks.
Judah Wotten and Max Gordon
have also made contributions of
value to Australian letter.
PARIS (JTAI Twenty-five ot
the 50 Mirage-V jet planes orderei'
by Israel have been transferred tc
Israeli ownershio but are being
held in storage in France pending
the lifting of the French govern-
ment's embargo on military plane
for Israel, it was reported here thi:
week.
The technical delivery" of the
jets was arranged by agreement
between Israeli military represen-
tatives and the Dassault Co.. man-
ufacturers of the supersonic air
craft. The agreement stipulated
that as each plane was completed
to Israeli specifications, it would
be transferred to Israeli owner-
ship.
Foreign Minister Maurice Couve
:de Murville. however, informed
I the parliamentary committee 0:1
I foreign alfairs that the embarg)
on military planes to belligerents
* in last June's Middle East war will
'be maintained. He confirmed that
: Iraq had ordered 54 Mirage jets
1 and would receive them within
IWO or three years.
Israel made tinal payment on
April 15. the due date, for the 5-1
1 Mirage-V jets it ordered from
1 France two years ago. Sources
1 here and abroad noted that Israel
l was now in a position to bring
I legal action against France for
, nondelivery of the planes.
RECORD ECONOMIC GAINS MARK
ISRAEL'S FIRST TWO DECADES
POPULATION
m
i4i 800.000
f7
2,800,000
SCHOOCS
1948 1,350
m, 4,980
IMMIOTION
Ml
fMa-MWf ro
rm M.OOO
fSI-.r B.OOO
IHMHt TB.OOO
INMHI IOI.7JO
'! mmm7 taa.soo*
TIACHIIS
m
19*8 5,900
HJ n" 38.381
TOIAC IMPIOYMINT
1948 400,000
1987
950.000
IXPOKTS
1948
828.000.000
1967
940.000.000
AOIIICUITUHAI WODUCTION
I 1949 S75.O00.00O
T9S7
$533,000,000
UlCraiCAL CAPACITY
1948 70.000 kilowatts
.000.000 kilowatt,
INDUJTHIAl IMPIOTMINT
1948 70.000
j- 1967
^m 250.000
;- >948 8250.000.000
967
$1,355,000,000
INMISTIIAl PtODUl riON
tfrSj '" 8225.000.000
$2,330,000,000
NUMiit or touiiiiti
1948 1.500
1947
300.000
The development ol major bretnehest of isioel's economy
with the aid of Israel Bonds has helped the country make
remcikable progress during the past two decades, cs in-
dicated in the above chart. Industrial and agricultural
production have increased dramatically, export trade has
risen more than thirty-fold, lcrqe numbers of immigrants
have been absorbed, and educational facilities have been,
greatly expcv.-.iei.


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Friday, May 3
Cr
LiJIiat s Km^oonin
3
By ROSALIND S. ZUNSER
On delving into my files of old and tried recipes I found
a creamed fish that has been a favorite since I was a child.
CREAMED FISH
2 lbs. of any fleshy fat fish 1 cup milk
1 onion, sliced 2 tablespoons flour
1 carrot, sliced 4
2 stalks celery, sliced
1 bay leaf 2
6 peppercorns 3
1 tablespoon lemon juice
tablespoons butter
Cracker crumbs
bard boiled eggs
cups water (about)
teaspoons salt
Put the fish head, sliced onions, carrots and celery in a pot
with the water and let boil 10 minutes: add salt. fish, lemon
juice, peppercorn? and bay leaf Heat slowly over moderate
flame, and simmer about half an hour Remove fish and strain
S3uce. Make a cream sauce by melting two tablespoons of butter,
adding two tablespoons of flour, stirring continuously: add 1 cup
of fish sauce and one cup of milk ar.d cook until thickened.
Chop fish 'removing bone?) and hard boiled e2?s: add to cream
sauce Put into shells or casserole, topping with cracker crumbs.
Add butter and broil until browr.
Devotees o: Jewish conking have often eaten soup with
mandelen but not many know the delights of soup with al.tiond
balls It is different and worth trying.
For the children in your family. a;ed eight to eighty, brown
sugar spice cakes should be a tr-at. -,-rved with a meal or in-
between nosh, to celebrate the -:"d :-f a harsh winter and the
beginn:-^ of a bright spring.
ALMOND BALLS
24 blanched almonds: ground 1 teaspoon salt
1 cup stale breadcrumb* ground 2 eeg whites
Mix 31! of the above together make small balls
mixture and boil in soup until .rey rise to the top.
BROWN SUGAR SPICE SLICES
from the
'h lb. currants
1 teaspoon baking soda
2 tablespoons hot water
^2 lb. butter
3 cups flour
3 eggs (separated)
1'2 c.ip- brown sugar
1 teaspoon ground cloves
1 teaspoon ground allspice
1 teaspoon ground cinnamon
'. lb almonds cut in pieces
Dissolve soda in hot water. Crear: butter and sugar, add egg
yolks, spices, currants and almond, soda and whites of eggs
(beaten stiff 1 and flour. If accessary, add more flour. Make
loaves like for mandelbrodt Bake in oven at 350 degrees F. until
brown. Cut into portions after cakes are removed from oven.
Long before our mothers heard of Southern Fried Chicker
they used to fry chicken in oil as a welcome change from po'
tirlg, roasting, bakirg or boiling. Followed by a noodle pudding,
it could make a nourishing repay*
FRIED CHICKER
Cut a fryer weighing from 2 to 3 pounds into eighths R
fctol teaspoon salt and U teaspoon pepper into chicken. Slice
1 or ion and peel 1 clove garlic Coj- the chicken with about -.
cup flour. !n a deejrpan put abr.u cup oil or chicken fat and
when hot add chicken, onion and garlic. Brown on all sides Re-
move onion and garlic. Cover and fry over low heat about 3:
minutes or until almost tender Uncover to crisp ar.d fry- 10 to IS
minutes more until tender.
In -.he meantirre boil gible"s (not the liver) and add onion,
celery, carrot and greens to Make chicken broth. Use 1 cup >-'
this broth and add to pan in Which chicken was fried, add 1
tablespoon of sherry, sal*, and pepper if necessary and make
gravy Serve hot in separate bowl.
NOODLE PL'DDING
M "b fine DOoSes boiled in
salted water according
to directions on package,
and drained
3 eggs, sepai
5 tablespoons sugar
Add egg yolks, cinnamon,
fat to boiled noodles, beat egg
gradually, continue to beat unf
pud-, 3 375 degree over
"2 'easpoon cinnamon
2 apples, grated on iarj^
grater
2 'ablespoons raisins
W cup melted chicker. fat.
oil or margarine
.- ted apples ..: I raisin!
wh -..- until frothy a-:
but no! drj and f Id In!
3 minutes or until W
Youth Aliyah luncheon committee of the Louis D. Brandeis
Group of Hadassah included (from left): Mrs. Sam Lichten-
stein. chairman: Mrs. Bernard Lipson. entertainment; Mrs.
Sam Ruban. president; Mrs. Ben Lippy; and Mrs. Herman
Shaw, cochairman.
Here... And There...
An impressive view of the Miami
skyline is afforded from the upper i
deck Roman Gardens, recently
opened by Caeser"s Forum, unique
restaurant which floats on Miami
Beach's Indian Creek.
i
Banquet facilities for organiza-
tions and private parties are of-
fered by Caesar's Forum, which
features prime ribs, .-teaks and
broiled fish on a diversified menu
Chandler's Restaurant, located
just off Collins Avenue on 21st
Street in Miami Beach, presents a
tradition of fine food and oustand-
ing service.
The refurbished Chandler's has
, an attractive decor which enhances
the atmosphere for relaxed dining
' with prime steaks a specialty.

Judy Gore, a native Floridian
who earned her master's degree in
education, has been held over for
four weeks at Miami Springs Vil-
l.s The attractive vocalist, who
; combines folk singing with a va-
riety ot popular tunes, srecialized
, in teaching exceptional children.

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* Jen 1st ttortdRBMi
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Political Briefs
Michael A. Khoury quarters. 1T37 Coral Way. that
Michael A Khoury is a candi- ?he nl0!" of our campaign
date for the School Board. Group
2. rur.nin? it large in Tuesday's
primary. He graduated in 192?
from Georgia Tech, and did two
year- of postgraduate study at
Cornell University.
Mr. Khoury retired to Dade
County in 1963 and lives in Miami
Shore'. He .- i member of the
Miami Shores Presbyterian Church
and the Miami Civitan Club, and
is treasurer ol :he Mental Health
Association >:' Dade County.
lias 2aiced steadily, and will car-
ry iu ahead on Tuesday."'
Gov. LeRoy Collins
wit!: almost every major daily
newspaper in Florida endorsing '
his candidacy in Tuesday's Demo-
cratic primary for United States
Senator, former Gov. LeRoy Col-
lins this week pushed his campaign
into high jear in vote-rich South
Florida.
Seeking the seat being vacated
bv Sen. Georie Smathers. Gov.
Collins pointed to his long record
of public service on local, state
and national levels.
Francis K. Buckley
Francis K. Buckley of Ft. Laud-
erdale. a South Florida resident
since 1940. is a candidate for the
I Democratic nomination to the
, House 0: Representatives in the
10th Congressional District, which
includes North Dade County.
In 1965. Mr. Buckley and his
, son. then attending the Hebrew
University of Jerusalem as a regu-
| lar student, drove throughout Is-
rael on a survey mission.
Jewish War Veterans in Coral Ga-
bles. Dave Jacobson is a candi-
date for constable in District 3.
subject to Tuesday's Democratic
primary.
A resident of Dade County for 22
years, he [3 former chief deputy
constable of the district and is a
past commander of the Disabled
American Veterans and a member
ot the National Sheriff's Assn.
Mr. Jacobson and his wife.
Selma. have four children. He is a
I former investigator for the Florida
Industrial Commission and is run-
' ning on a piat.orm calling for
' l- \ 11 service status for all em-
1 yloyees of the coualaole's oiiice.
Jules R. Israel
Jules R. Israel. Miami attorney
and North Dade civic leader, has
The candidate, an attorney in qualified as a candidate in the
Ft. Lauderdale and a veteran of
the U.S. Navy in World War II. has
traveled extensively in Jordan and
the United Arab Republic as well.
Mr. Buckley was president of
the Broward County Bar Assn. in
1953. served as city attorney of Ft.
I.auderda'.e and was chairman of
the city's library board for 15
years.
His supporters pointed to Gov.' Hii "" **** UC**y'
Collins impressive service as Un- jfter more than 12 months at He"
dersecretary 9t Commerce and as
the first national director of the
Community Relations Service.
Gov. Collins, who broke all vote-
getting records in earlier primary
and general election campaigns
for governor, was termed "the
best candidate the Democratic
party can p>.;: forward to lead the
ticket in N imber" bv members
of hi- Dade campaign cabinet.
Wi ler ilmosl every major
award ot Ife Anti-Defamation
Leagui o: 5 :-ai B'rith. Gov. Col-
lins .- th? onlj Ploridian ever to
receive :h nal Brotherhood
award of the National Conference
of Christians and Jews. He also
earned th 5i : Medallion ol the
Florida Ret on ol the NCCJ.
Leo Furlong
Former Stite Rep. Leo Furlong
brings a Length) record of legis-
lative and business experience to 1
his candidacy tor return to the
Florida House in Tuesdays Demo-
cratic primary
Long a director of the National
Conference y. Christians and Jews,
Mr. Furlonj '. an acreage and
vacant land consultant for the firm
of Robert E Marx. Inc. He was
real estate manager for Maule In
dustries and has been vice presi-
dent of three local banks.
Judge Meyer M. Brilliant
Judge Meyer M. Brilliant this
week pressed his countywide race
for Countv Jud'e throughout Dade
stressing h;- lifelong activities in
behalf of the Democratic party.
Judge Brilliant noted that hi-
wife also has been a state leader
in Democratic activities, and has
been in the forefront of organiz- l
ing women's political clubs in
Dade Countv.
He told a mass meeting ot work
era and supporters at his head-
brew University, went on to be-
Mine a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford
University.
Dave Jacobson
A founding member of Temple
Judea and an earlv leader of the
school board race, group 1.
Mr Israel graduated from Uni-
versity of Maryland Law School
and has practiced law in Florida
for 11 years.
A former president of a Lions
Club and B'nai B'rith lodge, he is
currently serving as president of
the Crestview Elementary School
PTA and as vice president of the
North Dade Council of the Miami-
Dade County Chamber of Com-
merce.
Dave Forman
1
Former chief deputy constable
I Dave Forman stepped up his drive
I for the Democratic nomination as
I constable in the fifth district this
week
His lifetime's experience as a
police officer and investigator,
coupled with extensive activity in
communal organizations, were
cited by his supporters
Serving in top positions during
the administrations of former con-
stables Leonard Weinstein and Ja-
son Berkman. Mr. Forman bring-
to his candidacy the background
necessary for the position, his ad-
vocates note.
Judge Martin P. Shachat
Judge Martin F. _iiachafs bid
I for reelection to the Small Claims
Court won endorsements this week
from the Miami Herald and The
Miami News.
A founding member of the North
Miami Beach Jaycees. Judge Sha-
i chat was active in the Miami
Beach Junior Chamber of Com-
merce before moving to North
Dade.
Since taking office in the Group
12 position. Judge Shachat has
: heard thousands of cases annual-
. ly. for which his supporters afford
him the title of "Dade's working-
I est judge."
He has been active in numerous
organizations, including the Com-
bined Jewish Appeal and United
Fund of Dade County, throughout
his legal and judicial career.
Alex Gordon
Alex Gordon's campaign for re-
i election to the Metro Commission
in District 5 received powerful
support this week when the Mia
' Herald. Miami News and Miami
E^-ach Daily Sun all endorsed Oil
candidacy.
The former FBI agent and attor
1 who once served as chairrr.a 1
: of the Dude County Commission,
. and has been Vice Mayor of Metro,
is running at large in the ndft
?artisan election Tuesday
Mr. Gordon an active member
Ol Temple Emanu-EI. ha* taker, ta
1 active role in public and civic al
fairs throughout his career.
Earl M. Starnes
An endorsement by the Miami
Herald this week was added to an
impressive countywide array of
support for County Commissioner
Ear! H. Starnes.
Representing Dade County's
southwest section but subject *.>
countywide voting in Tuesday's
I non-partisan election. Mr. Starne;
1 is a former president of the Sout:
Florida Chapter of the American
Institute of Architects.
His leadership role in the esta>
' lishment of the Metropolitan Dade
; Housing and Urban Development
l Department has won him acclaim
I throughout the South, according to
j his supporters
Mr. Starnes led the fight for th*
:eorganization of key county ani
city agencies into the department
which is speeding, redevelopment
and new housing projects for Dad *
Countv.
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CIVIC LEADER
a Appointed Miami Beach Constable, 1967
Special Assistant Attorney General. State of Florida
Director ol Juvenile Bureau, Dade County
Sheriff's Office
Member. Criminal Law Committee. Dade County
Bar Association .
Past President, Miami Police Athletic League
Past President, Fraternal Order ol Police Associates
Past Chairman, State Police Conference, 1956
Co-ordmator, I9S6 Golden Gloves
Florida State Co-ordinator. Fraternal Order
ol Police Associates
Past Chairman ol Americanism Committee,
Miami Junior Chamber of Commerce
EOUCATOR
Professor ol Criminal Law and Procedure,
Oade County Junior Collet.e
Taught World History. American History and American
Government at Miami Edison High School
Director ol the Educational Relations Bureau,
Oade County Sheriff's Office
Instructor of Criminology at Oade County
Police Academy
EDUCATION
Attended the Dade County Public School System an.
the university of Florida and the University of Miaim,
receiving a Bachelor of Education Oagree and
Bachelor of Law Oagree
VETERAN
Served with the United Nations Command Military
Armistice Commission at Freedom Village, Korea
Member of Veterans ol *&*"* ....
Member of Amvets (American Veterans of wwii t
and Korea)
ORGANIZATIONS
American Bar Assoc.
Florida Bar Assoc.
American Trial Lawyer s
Assoc.
Federal Bar Assoc.
Miami Junior Chamber
of commerce
Police Athletic League
a Fraternal Order of Polica
a Fraternal Order ot Elks
a Knights of Pythias
Admitted to practice
before the United State*
Supreme Court
District 5 extends from Government Cut to
the Broward County Line and includes Miami
Beach, Surfside, North Bay Village, Bay
Harbor Island, Sunny Isles, Bal Harbour,
Golden Beach, Indian Creek Village, and
Golden Shores.
AVwmAMmaqi
"I grew up in this area, attended our public
schools, and graduated from the University of
Miami School of Education and School of Law.
This area has been good to me, allowing me to
go to school, practice law, and in the duties
of the Constable's Office, to serve our com-
munity from day to day.
"I believe it is important that the Office of
Constableto be effectiveto be completely
free of political interference. Every individual
must receive the same treatment under the
raw. It is also important that a Constable
should not only be on hand to serve the papers
which are needed for your protectionbut to
be constantly aware of violations of state laws
and crimes...and to take action to protect our
citizens.
"I have made no promises or commitments
beyond my pledge of public service to you, your
family and your friends. Your vote on election
day will be appreciated with conscientious de-
votion to this office."
SINCERELY,
Murray Meyerson
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Elects Staff* **
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Mas -I: L Cowec
Jose^e M Ltztoa and Leonard A
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era: Leonard L.
Sam A GoMateaa, Nathan
.S G m tad Dan B Ruckin.
- otbei Jacob
M Arvaj Harr. Blum. Samuel
laad. Mac Gache. Abraham
Ceedmaa Morru Goodman. M.D..
Paol B GordOD. Mr- S Harvey
Gil* llipaa. Samuel Kann. Leon
Low u. Myari Max
OfOi -z. Jacob Sher. William D
r. Harry Sirkin. Joseph R.
Stein, Arthur A L'ngar. Abe W.
Wr'azeabarg. Look E Wolf son and
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nal membe-- of the ,
board iadade: James M. Albert.
k Bea Bfaai Shepard
lack Cai'uai, A. J Harris.
muel J Heiman. '
rrai Kern 'present of the
H ipital AaadMai
G KHac, Mrs A. Her-
Hank Meyer. Benja
mm Mayan A J Moiaakir, Joseph
M f:;<*. lu and Carl Weinkle
Samue! Gertner ii executive vice
!<-nt
Over 700 Attend
Donor Luncheon
More than 700 women attended
:onor luncheon of the Miami
Chapter of Hadaaaah this week
Fi-aMired speaker was Mrs. Leon
V. Bur son. a member of Hadas-
ah' National Board
Mr- Burson who .- a former
Dresi lent of Hadassah. was recent-
ly named to the Cabinet of her
BOOK date, Tennessee She will aid
Go* Bitforn BDiagtM ai Commis-
fcmer of Employment Security.
Mrs. Samuel Steinberg la the
Dg president of the Chapter
which includes a membership of
27IK. aomcn in the Miami area.
ATTENTION!
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THRIFT SHOP
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A pomp ot nowiy reeleoec MaaaaJ StBOi Hospital ofhcers
and em z~:i :: :.-.% locrd ai trustees are shewn at the
a-.-._a. maaaYma Seated -ircm left, are: A. J. Harris. Ben-
(ODjmfi Meyers. Samuel C. Lever.scn. Julius M. Rosenberq.
Edward L Coves Jasech M. L:pcr. Samuel I. He-man and
Samuel Kann. Standinq irom ieii.: Max V. Cocen L^
L. Abess. I Gerald Lew-.s. Jaccb Sher. James A'bert. Baron
deHirsch Meyer 'president;. A. C. Fine. Mrs. Murray Kerr.
auxiliary cresidenti. Shepard Broad. Max Orovitz chairmen
cf the board and Aoror. M. Kanner.
Are Good Guy Glasses
So long as you drink only White Horse
Scotch from them, you should worry. And,
honestly, people who would drink any other
Scotch in a Good Guys glass don't have sechel.
It's such a nice htunusche Scotch. Has a taste you
just can't argue about: either you like it or you
absolutely bless the day you first tasted it. And
you must believe this: it tastes best in Good Guys
Glasses. Order a set. Maybe two you never
know when some nice couple might get married.
The Good Guys are always
on the White Horse.
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fJenisti Ik-rictSctn
Paqe 5-C
Political Briefs
Dr. Ben J. Sheppord
Dr. Ben J. Sheppard, physician,
attorney and former Juvenile
Court judge, is a candidate in
(iroup 1 for the Dade County
School Board in Tuesday's Demo-
cratic primary. He helped to start
ihe Children's Center of Miami
and has lived here for 22 years.
*
E. B. BEESE
Immediate development of a
mass transit systeminstead of
continuous talks was the pledge
made this week b\ E. B. "Gene"
lU-ese. who is .tinning in District 3
lo fill the county commission seat
.acated by Commissioner .loo
Boyd.
"We've had enough discussion
iiid preliminary planning," said
\lr. Bccse. "Now. let's put these
(leas and plans together and pro-
ide Dade County with a first-
,!ass mass transit system."
A Dade resident for the past 22
\ears, Mr. Beese is an insurance
executive with an extensive back-
.round of civic duty. He is a
member of the county's Aviation
and Space Council and holds the
lop 10 Award as Aviation Man of
ihe Year.
A founder and past president of
the Kiwanis Club of Miami Inter-
national Airport. Mr. Beese also
m rved as lieutenant governor of
the Florida District. A Mason and
Shriller, he is a past president of
Ihe South Florida Hemophilia
Foundation and served as chair-
nan of the Boystown South Flor-
cla Air Show.
He wa< also instrumental in the
establishment of the Inter-Faith
Chapel at Miami International Air-
port.
Judge Jack M. Turner
Judge Jack M. Turner, senior
judge of the Criminal Court, is
nearing conclusion of his cam-
paign for reelection.
Judge Turner, who has tried
more than 12,000 cases during his
17 years on the bench and had
less than one percent reversed by
higher courts, is a life-long South
Floridian.
Judge Turner was elected to the
Criminal Cuurl in i:;k.v i i ic>r to
that he was senior judge of the
Aiciro Coun iroiii loo to 19o.i.
jiiu earner was a city judge in
domes lead.
Mrs. Ethel Beckhom
Mr.-,. EiUtui oeuuiaui, uivie lead-
er and mother of three, is seeking
election to the District 3 seat on
the Dade County School Board in
the county-wide primary Tuesday.
A resident of Dade County tor
44 year, Mrs. Beckham is the wife
of Walter K. Beckham, a praetic-
i ing attorney and professor ol law
at the University of Miami.
Mrs. Beckham advocates a com-
plete reevaluation of the educa-
tional program and fiscal opera-
tions ol the Dade County s.n > I
system, to assure that every avail-
able doilar appropriated lor educa-
tion is being properly utilized.
Mrs. Beckham. who attended
Dade schools, as did her children,
was educated at the University of
Miami and the University of Ken
lucky.
Judge Charles A. Carroll
Former Judge Mallory Horton
has been named finance manager
for Judge Charles A. Carroll, seek-
ing reelection as Judge of the Dis-
trict Court of Appeal, District 3.
Judge Horton is a long-time asso-
ciate ol Judge Carroll, who served
on the local bench with him in
1957. along with Judge Tillman
Pearson. Also a former assistant
attorney general, the former judge
ifi now a partner in the law firm
of Morton and Schwartz.
Harold Solomon
Former Assistant State Attorney
Harold Solomon is a candidate for
Ihe post of State Attorney in Tues j
day's Democratic primary. Mr
Solomon is a University of Georgia
graduate, and has practiced law
here since 1953. He is a member
of the Miami Bavside Kiwanis
Club.
, must rely on experience to make
sure that you are making the prop-
er decision as a judge," the incum
bent asserted.
During the nearly five decades.
Dade has consistently rated among
the top five counties in the United
States in population growth, "and
our courts have kept pace," Judge
Blanton's supporters note.
"I have spent five decades of my
with anyone," the Judge said.
His experience won his endorse-
ment this week by the Miami Her-
ald as Judge Blanton pointed to
the dramatic increase in Dade's
judicial system during his tenure
A native Floridian. Judge Blan-
ton was admitted to the Bar in
1911. He has served as president
of the Florida County Judge's As-
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"ewish Education and the Zionist Di~'ric!s
;: South Floridrc were awnrdeci recently ct
"emp'e Emanu-E! Auditorium, Miami Bxich.
Shown 'back row. from lefi' are: Albert E.
Ossio, Louis Schwar""P--n Jack Alex""'1"';
~idd!e row: Yael Yanich, Lynne Miller,
Eilen Macht. Frcnci Talbot; front row: Dr.
S'gmund Foqle:. Laura Levene, Madeline
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Israel Sells More,
Buys Less In Its
Trade With U.S.
TEI, AVIV (JTA) Israel sold
ire and bought lest in the United
ftates in 1967 than it did in 1966.
1 was announeed here this week.
The country'! export* to the U.S.
minted to S89.9 million last
tar compared to S77.4 million the
previous year while imports from
America totaled S195.6 million in
IW>7 against S221.6 million in 1966.
>rael's Unfavorable trade balance
ItD the United States thus was
Itcreased by S38 million.
The figures were disclosed in
I i'.nncction with an announcement
> l\S. Ambassador Walworth Bar-
hour that 53 American manufac-
turers will exhibit their products
a: the Tel Aviv International Trade
air that opens here on June 4. At
Embassy press conference the
Ambassador said that SI 6 million
'" orders for American products
was expected as a result of his
II untry's participation in the Trade
Fair. The figure was a projection
I.. -I'd on orders arising from the
last trade fair here in 1966.
Most of the American equip-
r ent and goods lor display at the
Fair will be landed in Haifa on
Wednesday by the nuclear-powered
cargo ship Savannah, which will
t making her first call at an
srael port. The exhibit items fall
to three categories and were se-
1 cted tn meet the requirements of
th Israeli market and this coun-
hry's economic development plans.
nbassador Bjrbour said, [nclud-
are an electronic welder for
errous and non-ferrous metals.
iter-controlled machine tools
food processing and packaging
jipment.
Rightwing Catholics In
Argentina Back Hussein
BUEN'OSAIRES i.lTAiA right-
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tina." placed wall posters here
"his week which aopealed for a
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strengthening of his forces to "lib-
rate the holy places from infidel
lands." The posters showed a pho-
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Paul.
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"Homage and gratitude to his \
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and Palestine, protector of holy
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Political Briefs
Richard Gerstein
Noting that Dade State Attorney
Richard E. Gerstein. up for re-
nomination in Tuesday's primary.
IiM been ew the job for 12 yean,
his campaign bulletin this week
said. ""There's no substitute lor
the kind of experience Dick Ger
stein has."
It recalled Mr Gerstein > pur
"i the bombing gang, headed
by Donald Branch, that invaded
Dade County several years a20.
a plot to kill two new ;paper
eiitor* and at least two public
sals the borhbers regarded as
libarafa
Dick Gerstein was on their
trail when police uncovered a plot
to assassinate him. He could have
moved in quickly on the gang- but
in order to get complete evidence
on which to convict them. Mr
G( rste n i-c.it.nued his investiga-
tion for more than two moBth
under the constant threat of sud-
den death from an assassin's bul-
let. When he sot the evidence he
needed, he aahbed the Nazi sup-
porters and succssf .illy proseewt-
ed them, his supporter; noted.
Most biff city district and state
attorney never 20 into court.
Dick Gerstein does in addition to
sending the Branch aang to prison.
Mr. Gerstein zot the death pen-
alty for mass murderer Dennis
Whitney and for policeman-killer
Norman Mackie- icz On another
capita! case he Drosecuted per-
. y he secured a life sentence
for James Ki-h. head of the rob-
bery-'orture g^ns.'" the campaign
aper pointed out.
In an entirely different field, it
was noted. State Attorney Ger-
led the probe of the Dade
Tax A-sessnr's office which un-
covered evidence of fraud. The
State .Vornev's work in this ca*e
brought his special commendation
ftom the Spring of 1967 Dade
CoantJ Grand Jur>
"Richard E Gerstein, the State
Attorney for Dade County, has
rendered us his services in a
most conscientious, efficient and
praiseworthy manner. We have
confidence in the integrity and
ability of Mr. Gerstein and his
staff, and th*v deserve and re-
ceive our appreciation. Without
Mr. Gerstein's diligent efforts,
this Jury could not have made
the inroads it has mad* against
bolita, loan-sharking, and fraud
in connection with tax assess-
ments."
Nineteen previous Grand Juries
similarly commended the work of
Mr. Gerstein.
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Herb Seidel. candidate for the
Metro Commission in District 7
points out that all voting in his
race Tuesday is non-partisan as
well as county-wide.
Mr. Seidel's platform empha
sites improvements in Dade Coun-
t> s rmbiic transportation system
and county-wide support for all law
______+Je*ist rkrklian
t nforcement agencies.
He also calls for redistribution
of tax dollars and decisive leader-
ship to excite new industry into
locating in Greater Miami. "We
must erase the tctivitv gap." Mr.
Seidel asserted at a campaign
meeting in Miami Beach "his
1 .veek.
Judge Richard H. Cooper
State Suprem Court candidate.
Judge Richard H. Cooper said this
*eek that Americans must put
Friday, May 3,
iheir faith in the proven value of
the American experience. We must
build and rebuild a society in
which law-abiding and decent citi-
zens may fulfill their finest aspira-
tions."
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Jiss Yarborough
State Ren Jess Yarborough. a
former member of the Dade Coun-
ty Commission, is a candidate to
fill the seat of Ed Mason, who is
retiring this year from the Florida
Public Service Commit
?ion.
Long the head footbail cach .
Miami Senior High. ,; ,"
the Stingarce teams of ,;,e"S
to three national eha
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DISCOVER
AMERICA
Sitcever the Aateriea ef
history that Europeans
discovered and settled
100 years Defer*
Plymouth Rock.
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Dli*vr the America (
Cortez and Moctezuma.
titcaver the America of
the Aztecs, whose capital
has become the twelfth
largest city in the world
so far.
Ditcaver the America !
the Mayans and see '.he
ruins that recall
their incredible past.
Ditcaver the America f
exciting Acapulco.
(The iet set discovered
it long ago.)
Dircavet the America (
gay mariachis who'll
serenade you with their
wonderful Mexican music.
Discover the America f
China Poblana. the bright
and colorful type of dress
that was inspired by a
Chinese princess.
aSacaver fire America (
Maximillian and Cariota,
and visit their castle
on Chapultepec Hill.
It's as European as
the Palace ot Versailles.
Dirr the America
silver by Pineda and
paintings by Cuevas and
ceramics by Wilmot, and
arts and crafts by
hundreds of other equally
renowned artists who are
waiting for you to discover them.
Discover the Anterica
modern museums and
striking new architecture
where magnificent
presentations preserve
history within the shape
of the future.
Discover the America more tourists from other parts of
North America visit every year; and Discover Aeronaves de
Mexico. It's as American as enchiladas and tamales, and as
modern as the big Super DC-8C fan jets that fly non-stop
from and to more places in Mexico than any other airline.
isccver the America .f the United fftatet *f Meilca
daa't need a canaaait *r a sealant ( find Mexico all
? Discover what we mean by our 'Welcome, amigo!" serv-
ice. Discover what we mean by Mexican hospitality. ? Dis-
cover what we mean by gourmet meals. ? Discover what
thousands and thousands of your countrymen have already
discovered about our country.
yean? travel aaeat haawt and hat visited it. Van
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the beat quite ia the warld. If > daa't have ash a friend wha came bach fram a "dream vacatiaa"
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Present policies of the Veterans
at ion require Ihiii inl >r
about veterans' tx nel
able 10 members of the
trees even before they are
from service.
The Miami VA Office is doing it >
In help spread the informa-
i Each second Tuesday, contact
i S'i) Herzfeld goes to Home-
mil Air Force Base to meet with
i,' men who are being separated
nun service.
On the third Thursday of each
jonth, he again visits Homestead
,FB. this time to counsel with
men who are being retired
ler serving 20 or more years of
live duty.
Mr Herzfeld. who now lives in
ami Beach, transferred to the
ami VA Office from the Re
onal Office in Brooklyn. N.Y.
service to the Navy installations
Key West includes two visits
eh month. Miami's contact rep-
tentative Maurice Poole makes
le visil to conduct an orientation
-cuv-ion with servicemen about
he separated. His second month-
visil is to the Navy Hospital.
I ere nun slated for separation
realise of service-incurred dis-
$01 HERZFELD
abilities are assisted with disabili-
ty claims, applications lor voca-
tional rehabilitation and insurance,
and information as to their other
rights and benefits as civilians.
Meanwhile, arrangements have
been completed for the outdoor
ceremonies at 2 p.m. Sunday, offi-
cially dedicating the new S22.5
million Miami Veterans Adminis-
tration Hospital for the care of
Florida's veterans of all wars.
Blase Destroys
Plywood Factory
TEL AVIV (JTA. ExpciV- in
vestigated this week a fire that
le i pan oi the
plyv at Afikim in the
n \ alley south of Lake Ti
.c ias,
The blaze, which lasted ;i full
day, did an estimated 5 million
pounds SI 4 millioni damage and
paralyzed production tor al leasl
cm r 1 moinths. The governmenl
has promised to provide all neces
jar) assistance to start the factory
producing again.
Afikim was damaged by Jordan-
ian shells several weeks ago. Its
plywood factory, the largest in Is
rael. produces mainly for export
It was one of the first kibbutzim
to establish an export industry
when, in Ihe early 1950s it began
importing tropical logs from West
Africa.
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Optometrists Cite Wexler
Dr. William Wexler. interna-
tional president of B'nai B'rithand
an optometrist for 30 years, was
honored this week by the Dade
County Optometric Association "in
recognition ni his achievements in
promoting peace and understand-
ing among nun." Dr. Wexler Has
iii Miami Beach to address the
COIIVcntion of the Florida Slate As-
sociation of B'nai B'rith Lodges,
Picket U.S. Embassy
TEL AVIV (JTA)Twenty to 30
Communists, waving red flags and
anti-Vietnam war posters, demon-
strated here this week opposite the
United States Embassy. The plac-
ards read "Americans go home"
and "Vietnamese will decide for
themselves the regime they want'"
The demonstrators were joined
by a score nl onlookers who chain-
ed in unison 'Yankees go home."
Reinforced police guards kept the
demonstrators to the pavement op
posite the Embassy building. No
.raffic disturbances were reported.
Planning ior summer events al the YM-YWHA of Greater
Miami are three ladies represen'inq qrcups participating in
'Y' activities and programs. Shown (from left) are: Mrs.
Sidney Rudgin, president of ilie 'Y' Women; Mrs. Jack
Baum. chairman of the YMHA Senior Hiqh Committee, and
Mrs. Howard Faber, board member of the YMHA Golden
Age Friendship Club.
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Jewish Quiz Box
Who is the author of the hymn
"Adon OUm?"
It does not seem to be conclu-
sively clear exactly uho is the
author of this hymn. Some have
ascribed its authorship to the
Spanish Jewish poet philosopher
Solomon lbn Gabirol (1021 IOTOl
Others have ascribed the author
*hip to Rav Hai Gaon. Still others
ascribe the poem to Rav Sharira
Gaon Some ascribe it to an even
earlier author. Generally it see.us
'.o have been agreed that the poem
is one that was put into shape
luring the Gaonic period.
What if the object and basis of
this hymn?
Many have considered this to
;ave originally been some sort of
night prayer."' In some liturgies
he only occasions on which this
hymn is used are .special evenings
^uch as the Eve of the Sabbath
tnd the Eve of the Day of Atone-
nent. Many chant the hymn just
before retiring at night. It is per-
Maps the last stanza that must have
nade some believe that it was
-uch a night prayer This stanza
eads "Into His hand I commit
ny soul, when I sleep The
>x>rd is with me I will not fear."
Some are known to have used
his hymn on the death bed of a
-lying man In Morocco this hymn
.i-as used before leading the bride
"o the marriage canopy Apparent-
y it was a hymn used on imp-.-r
int occa^ons
Generally speaking this hymn
- a proclamation of the faith. It
affirms our belief both in the
ninence of the Creator a> well a?
n his transcendental aspec:. He is
> he great power and creator of
he universe who rises way above
he level of mortal man and yet
He is the ever-present watchman
f every human being ever con-
erned with the welfare of each
iidividual
It was for th.s reason tha: this
ymn came to be used as a pre-
..de to the morning prayers. Some-
ow. the rabbis felt that it was
mportant for a Jew to profess his
31th every morning It seemed
hat Juda:.-m was being challenged
> other competing religions.
phich confused Jewish believers.
ecause these other faiths had
!ogmas and philosophical phrases
chile Judaism was thought to be
rimarily a practical religion In
rder to remind the Jew that he
- have a very logical and philo-
ophical system of dogmas and
^ipie-. hymns such as "Adon
lam" were composed
While basically. Judaism is a
; practical religion whose aim?
ire generally behavioristic. i e to
ffect the proper behavior of man
hi) relationship both to God
nd to his fellow man as well, it
< f postulates and principles which
an be and are conceived by the
nost rational minds
A later tradition arose to have
tt "Adon Olam" hymn recited at
ne close of the prayer service
This had the effect of reminding
he Jew that basically he can
ever really "finish" praying
At the end of the prayer service
t is incumbent upon a Jew to
idmit that if his intention was to
ufly express his praise, his thanks
nd his subservience to the Ai-
inighty, be can barely scratch the
urface with what is available to
im as a human being in the tools
>f speech and song.
Also, the practice of ending the
errice with the singing of "Adon
lam" serves to re-arm the Jew
vith his faith before he sets foot
nto the secular world. A Jew is
hus armed with faith as he ap-
>roached the Almighty at the be
.inning of his prayer service and
igala armed with this same fai'h
- he sets out to face the world of
MBt9 and every-day affair-
What special holiday do the
last two days o* Passover
commemorate?
While the fir-' com-
it-morate the actual exod
Kgypt. the last two days are felt
co com-nemorate th< miraculous
occasion on which the Hebrews
. crossed the Red Sea in their flight
from the pursuing Egyptians. One
source ,Seder Olam Rabbah. Chap
ter 5" considers this event to have
taken puce on the last day of the
i Passover.
Rashi Talmud Bavli. Megillah
31ai contends that the reason we
read the Song of Moses from the
To rah or. the seventh day of Pass-
over is because it was on this day
that the song was chanted by the
Israelites, who crossed over the
sea safely.
Another source (Pesikta Cha-
data. Beth Hamidrash. ed Jellenik.
Vol vi. p 37' claims that this
event took place on the Sabbath
which corresponded to the Seventh
Day of the Passover. Since it was
the Sabba:h. the Israelites were
helpless until the Almighty or-
dered them to go ahead through
the sea to escape the pursuing
Egyptians.
According to Josephus (Antiqui-
ties 5:1:5). the city of Jericho fell
to the Israelites on the day that
corresponds to the Seventh Day of
Passover.
Tradition also claims that on
the Seventh Day of Passover, the
baby Moses was placed in a basket
on the Nile
Why do some continue the fes-
tive mood after Passover for
the rest of the month Nisan?
This festive mood is manifest in
..' lea si two forms One i? the ac-
: practice of imitting
- iy< fr inn th
servic nail ler : san. 1 ind is 'he practice
that existed in some comnv..
of not accepting the Seflrah period
":! the en I I N -
'\- io no: observe this
J '
The reasoi that Jewish "
tion was inclined to a eepl i -nth
j unit if- ifai is moods are
cancernei In the case of the
month of Nisan. most of its
were festive days The first twelve
.'.. : c immemorative of the
dedication of the Sanc-
tuary in the wilderness which was
observed with much ceremony and
rejoicing. The day before Passovei
was the occasion of the slaughter
jf the Paschal Lamb, which was
certainly a happy day The eight
days 0! Passover were certainly
happy occasions There was always
a tradition of allowing the joy of
a holiday to spill over into an ex
tra day following the close of the
holiday dsru Chagi. Since most of
the month is observed in gaiety,
the month itself is festive, mak-
ing the lays after Pa-sover festive
as well
Furthermore. Nisan was hailed
a? the month in which redemption
would come to Israel and the
world and so it was a month filled
with expectation of good tidings.
Why does Jewish tradition ask
one to confess his sins before
death?
The Talmud iTractate Shabbos
i2a- cites this requirement by say-
ing When a man is sick and
near unto death they say to him
Make a confession.'
The Scriptures tell us "He who
confesses and forsakes his sins
will obtain mercy" (Proverbs 28:
13>. Confession, of course, is the
, means of repentance, and repent-
i ance brings forgiveness.
The primary example of confes-
sion before death is the confession
of a prisoner condemned to die.
This was the case of Achan in the
time of Joshua (Joshua 7:19) who
was asked to confess his sin before
he was put to death The Talmud
to prove that his confession
brought him Divine atonement for
his sin Semachot 2 10> by showing
that he was still included among
the sons of his father as an indi-
cation tha- he will have a share
in to come (I Chronicles
J 6
The v.-hnah cites a form of
< part of one who
bj having him ash
M.-. i be an atonement
for ai tips" i.Mishnah San-
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Eliahu Elath. a former Am-
bassador of Israel to Wash-
ington, and, until recently,
president of the Hebrew Uni-
versity, has been named by
President Zalman Shazar as
president cf the Maqen David
Adorn, Israel's national emer-
qencv first aid service.
hedrin 6:2).
Another Tar.aaitic source tells
us that "All who die expiate their
offenses by death" (Siphra 33a
The form of confession which we
use is basically that which was re-
corded by Nachmanides in medie-
val times a> having already existed
by that time : ir man) years
Nachi Torat Ha-Adam
Basicallv thi

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il who is
on his Ii al It ilso brin -- I
min if 1
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Sa ibos 55a nehow Indi-
es to both th and the
surviving that death finds every-
one bearing some sin for which he
had best confess in order to clear
I .- waj to the salvation of the
world to come
Why c'oes the dying man pro-
claim the message of the faith
by saying "Hear O' Israel, the
Lord our God. the Lord is
One" before passing away?
Vkiba .- said to have
passed a martyr's death after re-
ng this declaration (Berachot,
61b The patriarch Jacob is said
to ha\e done likewise.
Generally speaking, it behooves
a man to express his faith and to.
so to speak, reassure himself by
using this declaration in times of
r sis as well a.- in times of change.
Thus, we declare these words each
morning in testimony of the change
from night to day as we do con-
tra: y.v.se. every evening.
It is uttered in times of our
greatest change and crisis l\e
hour of death Perhaps the true
test of a mans faith is for him to
express his belief in God when God
is taking from him his very life.
What do the different names
mean which aro assigned to
this date?
Our popular colloquial term is '
"Yahrzeit." which means "a year's
! time The reason for this name
j is obvious and requires no ex-
; planation.
In older sources this date was
called "Yom Hamisah which
means "the day of death "
What is interesting is the more
recent term used by people in Is-
rael. "Yom Hashkavah." This
could technically mean the "day
of lying down." or in a more so-
' phisticated translation "the day of
rest Some trace this to the at-
tempt of the Talmud iBaba Bathra
116a I to see the expression of
"rest" in reference to one's death
. a> a ..vmbol of honor and distinc-
ere is a verse in the Bible
1 Kings 11:21) which speaks of
David a< having been placed at
rest while Joab is referred to
simply as having died.
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e-UIT COURT. ELEVENTH
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No. 88-5373
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,;,. 0r before May is. T9W.
1,1,,.,-u -. complaint wlH be confessed
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4/12-19-2H 5 3
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SUIT FOR OIVOBCf
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HE JEWISH Ff.< >K1DIA.'
'.K. AND ORDERED at M
'.ida. Ihl 5th-day of Apr.! A!'
K II I.HAT1IBRMAN. C'
i uii Court, Dade County. '':. tidu.
By: V A HKWBTT
" nutv Clerk
('in u:t < 'our! Seal)
. STER ROGERS, ESQ.
:. w I Ith Street
fei ,mi. Florida 3:11.16
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF-THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
No. 68-6258
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
D"I.DRES CAMPBELL*
Plaintiff
ROOER DA1.F. CAMPBELL
I left ndant.
To: ROGER DAI B CA1CIPBBS.L
it. -i.i.: < unknown
You. RXKSBR DALE CAMPBELL,
..r. hereby notified thai a Hill of Com-
i for I liVOfXH been filed
galnal uu r yon re required to
xervi a ..!. f your At swer or Plead-
ing to th< Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff** attorney, PAUL KWIT-
NKV. 420 l......oln Road. Miami Beach,
Florida and file the orta-mal Answer
PleadltlB in '.be off: e of the Cl.rk
'. Circuit conn on or before tbe
da) "i May, IMS If you fall to do
no, judtjn.eiit by default will be taken
attain*! f demanded
the Bill Complaint.
Tbta notlc Bhall bl published once
.h week tor ;..ur onsecutive weeks
TI1K .JEWISH F1/)RIDIAN.
|ki\k AVT> ORDTIRED at Miami,
[ni Idi ......nd day of April A.D.
E i- LBATHEK&fAN. Clerk,
cir. uit court. Dade tTounty, Florida
Itv I, SNEBDEN
I.. nuty Cle-k
(Cirruit Court s. ;,| ,
PAUL KWITNBT of
S'lA'BBSTBIN KWITNBT &
flo-UD'SS
430 Din. oln Road
l(each. Florida
Vttorn. vs for Vlaintiff
4 '29 E '3-M-M
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S CCU'BT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 782M-C
RK Estate of
.'. IE iOLDBBRO, a/k/a
HIIS SAMUEL OOLDBBRO,
|..-,
CIRCUIT COURT. ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NO. 68-5383
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
M ^Dfll.lNH NEWTON,
1'ialnt'ff.
ROTUB NHWTON'.
tiefendant. _
,OU, ROV1.IB NEWTON. Resi-
deiii Unknown, are notified to serve
copy of your answer to Divorce
Complaint filed tKalnst vou on Plaln-
tffs attorney. GBOB43E NICHOLAS.
i.l' N'W l?'h Ave. Miami. Honda.
and file original with Clerk of this
Court on or before May 15th, JSBS.
i' .iwise complah-.t will be eonfeaeed
I voll.
DATED April 4th 1!>8.
F H LBATHBRMAN. Clerk
By C P COPBLAND
Deputy Clerk
1/12.19-26 '
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 70648-C
in RE: Batati of
ARTHUR MITCHELL,
Decen e
NOTICE OK INTENTION To MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FIN 11. DISCHAROE
NOTICE hi reby given that I have
filed a 1' Report and Petition for
Distril.il- und Final Discharge as
Adminii of the estate of
AKTIU'li MITC HELL, deceased: and
thai on -<: day of May. 1!'\ Will
apply rable County Judgev
Of Dad- ly, Florida, for approval
Of Bald I nl Ri port and for distribu-
tion and discharge as Admini-
stratrix slate of tile al'ov. -
named d< : This 22nd da) "t
April. I! .-
LA t \K TAYLOR
DUNN MSON
Attornt >
(18 it;- rig
Miam; 30
4/;< B/3-10-17
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORID* IN AND FOB DADE
ceUNTY. IN CHANetRV
No. 68-5613
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ALBERTA RROWNLEE.
Plaintiff.
HERMAN I UROWNLFi:
Defendant
TO: HERMAN J. BROWN1.EE
Residence Unknown
You. HERMAN J BROWNLEE, are
hereby notified that a Rill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required
10 serve a copy of your Answ.-r or
Pleading to the Hill of Complaint on
the Plaintiff* attorney. ENGBL &
Ifil.LACK. 17'in N W, 7lh Slreet.
Miami. Florida. 378-0801, and fife tbe
Original Answer or Pleading in the |
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before ihe 15th daj ol
May, 1968. If you fail to do no, juiIk-
ni- nt by default will be takn. .iKaiiist
you for the relief demanded in the
Rill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for foul* consecutive weeks
ill THE JEWISH FI.'.l'.lDIAV
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
I". rlda, tins liMh day of April A.D.
1868
E 11 LBATHBRMAN, Clerk
Circuit curt, Dade Courtly. Elorida
By: c P coPELAND
Deputy Clerk
(Cir.-uit Court Seal)
ENOEL& POLLACK
17" N.W. 7th Street
Miami, Florida
4/12-19-26 S 3
LEGAL. NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 7S46S-C
In RE: Estate of
JOSEPH WACIIH
Daceaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and AH Persons H;iv-
itig Claims or liemnnds Against Saul
Entnte:
You are hereby-notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and dema'nds
which vou may have against the
estate of JOSEPH WACHS deceased
late of Dad.- County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dad.- Cunty. and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided In Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes. In their offices In the County
Courthouse In DtvM County, Florida,
v/lthin six calendar moaibs from the
mpi.- of ihe first publication hereof,
or the same will be barrel.
Dated ai Miami Florida, this U3r day of April. A ii 1988
DANTBiVO SATIN
As- Kfeciil..-
l-ii-si publication "f this notice on
thi J'dli day of Aoril. 1968.
DANIEL SATIN
Attorney for Ekeeulnf
12! city National Hank Hide.
Miami, Florida
4/26-B/I-10-17
IN THE CIRCv^iT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH joOICiAt. CIRCUIT
IN AND ?'OS DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
Sic. 68^6054
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
LEON \T<1 "'UN
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VTROIN
It.
TO VII '' lJOHN
Resldi i i';iK'.own
TOII, VIROINIA VAUOHN, are
herebv :' file your answer
to thl- .- with 'he (Yairt's clerk.
and mail I' Plaintiffs under-
signed attorney r before the 29th
day ol "". 968 ilse complaint will
be ta- iBft i "d.
ri .. M -:' Florida, this 18th
day ol m '.'6K
.' TRBRMAN, Clerk
' uit Court
p-j UP COPELAND
wiry Clerk
LACK
- e Plaintiff
i7nn n w street
Mlaw I. 1 .. ..... _
4':'6 .' n-io-17
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
\!i Ci and ah Pereonn Hay-
Claim* ; Demands Against Bald
i .-ii ar.....by notified and r. oc
I pres< my claltna and demnnds
.I. h rne f i:a\- agalnsi ihe !
ol JENNIE OOIJIBBRO. k
j US SA ,1 Bl. OOLDBBRO, d.-.- n
H l it. I lade County, Plot i
unly Judges of Dade < !oi
1 file the name in duolloate und as
.i Keetlon 733 16, c
'nelr offices In the I
iui thou n, !.- County, Flor I
ihln rIx ..leniiar months from the
f -r. firat publication hi
the sa> .. lit be bai red.
I' ed al Miami, F! rlda, Ihl
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M illfi ARET 11 R< .'"'I
I. FREDERICK 11' L1 >RBR'!
BANFQRD II OOLDBER I
As I'' v utora
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NOTICE UNOEP
FICTITIOUS NWE LAW
h'oTlci-; IS HBB t* HIVBN thai
undersigned
in id, ss under u num,
IQI'BBN O L.RTMBNTS .
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notice bv publication
in the circuit court of the
Eleventh judicial circuit
of flor'oa in and for
? =>-> county. in chancery
No. 68-6385
SUIT FOR OIVORCE
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T (/MS HO-17
IN The COUNTV JUDGES COURT
iN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 7370-2A
In I- H Bail i
FH INK 1.URA M1TH a'k/a
L.URA W r
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor! and All Persons
!l Demands Against
Raid :
You an '..... ..olifled and requlr-
.,1 || presi .aims and demands
which vi u 'nay tiave against the
estate of FRANK LUHA SMITH
!."! v FRANK SMITH de-
i eased I Dade County. Florida.
to the Coll U'll "' of Dade County,
and hie th. name in duplicate and
u ,| :..... ill Section TS3. IR.
pHonda SI '.. -. in their offices In
Ihe County Courthouse In Dade County
i.-i,,,-,,i; vUntn six calendar months
. ihe first publication
,,,.,, tn, .. me will be barred.
i. .. ii i mi ml Florida, this 12th
the '...... April I
IIAR1 VMAE SMITH
AdmlnlslratrlK
i .. lion of thi- notice oti
f April
ARTHUR K MM." 'K
I \dmlnlsl ratris
. reel
rlda
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOtCIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORVOA IN ANt3 FOR
LADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-5614
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
AON'ES TATE,
Plaintiff.
vs
PERCIVAL TATE.
Defendant.
TO: PUnriVAL TATE
Re.-i.iencc Unknown
You. PERCIVAL TATE ire hereby
notified that a Hill of Corap! tint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Hill of Complaint on the plaintiff's
ktforney. f.noel & pollack.
17dft N W. 7th Slreet. Miami. Florida.
373-0801. and file the original Answer
or Pleading in the office of the Clerk
pf Ibr Clrcu.fi Court on or before the
Sth day of May. 199H. If you fall to
do so. u.Icim-nt by default will he
laken against you for the relief de-
nial.!. 1 in the Rill of Complaint.
Tbe notice' shall he published onee
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FLORTDIAN
DON'S AND ORDERED at Miami.
Floral;, .this 10th day of April A.D
11(8
K II l.UXTHEKMAN. Clerk
Cir. in' Com-., ihide County, Florida
By: c P. COPEI.AND
1 ..'puly clerk
(Circuit Couc S<.nl>
PTJH !!> S COD] .IV
BNOE1. X- POLLACK
1700 N.W. "th Str.i.t. Aflaml Florida
4.'ic-;o-:6 r,<3
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
i-LORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 788U-B
In RE: Estate of
KSTHER KOJINSKY
k/a ESTHER E KOJINSKY
.....rased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To \n Creditors and Ml Persons Hav-
ing. Claims or Demands Against Said
'.
Vou are herebv notified and reqioe-
ed ... present any claims and demands
uhldh vou mav have against the
. are ,1 ESTHER Ko.HNSKV a a
KsTHRR h KO.HNSKV deceased
late ..I Dade *nunty, Florida, to the
C..UHIV JuUan- ..f lurde County, and
fib. ibe same duplicate and a- pro-
vided -' 781 ni. Florida
Bl lutes ihelr offices In the County
Courthouse Dade County, Florida,
wiihin -i\ e'riar months from the
time "' thi first Dubllcatlon hereof,
or the same wll' be barred.
Dated al Mian Florida, this L'4th
t \..r.'. I D I9*.
'- \f FNK
a- dmiaiatrator
l-lrsi puiilb on .f ibis notice on
no 2CI* day ol r..'. lt6H
M'l-:. I" "-- .'.. ''OPM AN
mi ys for ilnlsiralor
..'.<_' iVngi '-p
-1..inn. ]";. Ii
*>:( 3-10.17
CIRCUIT 0OURT, ECEV SNTM
. D CIAL CIPCUIT, OAOE
COUN rV -"LOI'OA
No 88-621 I
NOT :S BY PUB .iCATION
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Dated April in. INS.
a ^ LBATHBRMAN,
By baitb kbi
i>-.iuty Qlerk
i/y.\, !,/.l-lt-l"
IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PPOBATE
N. 78809-A
In RE Estate of
I fDWIC. VOC.T
Decei ...i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Perso-s
Having Clalmi oi Dematidi Again '
Sr.iii Estate:
Vou are herel y notified and requir-
ed fo pr* set I I: 'ms and demand-
ii i alnsl tl
...... f i | iwiO voct deceased
I Dade i ouuty, Florida, to th-
County Judgei Dade County, an.:
file Ihe sami n duplli ate nd a
vided In Si. : 733 16, F' rids Btal
utes, in their i rfh ea In ihs County
..use hi 0 le County. Florida
within six calendar months from the
time of the flrsl publlcarion hereof, or
,m.. will le barred
i mi, F'nr la. this 1Sth
day of April, \.T>
Ki'lIT WELLIRCH
Bl rA AVENUE
CORAL G A HI BS, Fl ORIDA I
As Executi r
First publication of this notict
lb- 26th day of Aoril I II
KURT Wl-'LLISCH
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iN-AMOrOP'OAWCOUNTY,
FLORC''"'M PROBATE
Mc T8J93-A
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NOT1CCTO CREDITORS
To All f....... ndVMl Persons 11 \
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ENtaie:
,, ,.-. -.. I I. ':. .1 and -,ll I
to i.r.-sent any ilaiim and demai -
vhich ) ..ii hav< aaainsl
,...ii, of HOWARD MACK .!....- I
. : of Berg) i unty, Ne Jer v
to ti Counts Judge* of Dad. i'.ii
:>, .... in duplloati
nroviilc.i in 733.16, Flor i
statuu their ol hi the 'ou /
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVB.>
thi n
In Iui-.. under (he ficllliou* name
Of N MM'V s PIJ5Z \ PAR1J >R AND
\ i: n : sti '
N'..rtli Mil ni Re loll Pit rid
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N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
iN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 78398-B
ll RE Estati
ISABEL KRUEOER
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cri Hav-
ing i ; -1 -. ~ or D :
V u are hereby '
.. i demands
. i .
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: : ..
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ivided
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within six dends ",f
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Harctl ID 1968

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