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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
May 10, 1968

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
May 10, 1968

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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"dTewisHi Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
me 41 Number 19
Miami. Florida. Friday. Mav 10. 1968
Two Sections Price 20c
AJCongress To
Open Convention
Here On Tuesday
S me 500 delegates from cities
-- the country are expected to
.ml the 50th anniversary na-
biennial convention of the
i an Jewish Congress which
pi ns Tuesday at the Doral Coun-
. Club.
rhe convention, which will con-
i e through Sunday, May 19, will
rtth a broad range of issues
..:_ American Jewry including
Bstion of Jewish support for
ro rights in the lace of wide*
1 looting and rioting, the Mid-
East conflict, Viet Nam, public
1 of sectarian schools and
ilerns affecting the younger
ci-ation of American Jewry,
gathering will mark the
i jubilee of the organization,
i nded in 1918 by Louis Brandeis,
- phen S. Wise and other Ameri-
Jews.
Howard M. Metzenbaum of Cleve
Miami Beach, heads the Greater
Miami American Jewish Congress
welcoming committee.
Among the national prominent
personalities who will address the
sessions are:
Rabbi Arthur J. Lelyveld of
Cleveland, president of the Con-
Continued on Page 12-A
VP JELLS BOND CONCLAVE
LBJ Pledge
Reiterated
By Humphrey
RABBI ARTHUR UlrVElD
\
Independence Parade
May Be The Last
JKKUSAI.EM Israel's latest
Independence Day parade, the
largest and most successful in the
nation's history, may be the last
of its kind, according to reports
: .iere that leading government and
Ben-Gurion's world-famous white
mane was missing from the re- : candidacy
is convention chairman, with military o ficials were giving sen-
Stanley Kreutzer of Great Neck,
S Y and Theodore R. Mann of
-iladelphia, serving as eochair-
< .n
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
eider of Temple Beth Sholom,
Israel Gives
Formal OK
To Resolution
MTED NATIONS, N.Y. (JTA)
iel made a categorical dec-
itiOI) to tlie Security Council
week that it accepted the
1> Nov. '22 resolution "for
promotion ol agreement on the
lishmenl of a just and durable
The declaration was made
Ambassador Yosef Tekoah. re- '
.: to :< challenge from the
lanian envoy. Muhammcd El-
I i put Israel on the record. |
Ambassador Tekoah told the
'. ir.cil, "I am also authorized to
-affirm that we are willing to
-.eek agreament with each Arab
tate in all matters includsd in
resolution."
\:.i .,ncl Soviet envoys have
tl !!y charged larael with fail-
Continued on Page 5-A
ous consideration to dropping the
annual event.
The question has been raised in
the Knesset. Israel's Parliament,
and in Israeli newspapers, asking
whether such parades were not
largely a relic of the past, held
now mainly in Communist coun-
tries and military dictatorships.
More than half a million Israeli
Jews about percent of the pop-
ulationwatched as Israel's armed
forces staqed its 20th anniversary
ir dependence Day parade which
evoked an unprecedented degree of
attention from the United Nations
Security Council, as well as inter-
national controversy.
The parade, held in reunited Je-
rusalem while units of Israel's air
force staged a spectacular display
.>; power and maneuver overhead,
took phce without incident, de-
spite fears lhal Arab sal
would find so large a target irre-
sistible and despite many warn-
II :l ainsl it and a unanimous
viewing stand for the first time in
20 years. He attended the parade
but sat in the public stands at his
iwn request. .Missing loo were dip-
lomatic representatives of coun-
tries which do not recognize Jeru-
salem's status as Israels capital.
East Jerusalem's Arab residents
had been warned, apparently in
leaflets originating in Jordan, to
stay indoors, but many could be
seen watching the show from bal-
conies.
A contingent from the armored
CHICAGO (JTA) Vice Presi-
lent Hubert H. Humphrey, address-
ing an Israel Bond meeting cele-
brating Israel's 20th anniversary,
said here this week. "'America is
not going to permit Israel to stand
defenseless against any who would
destroy her." and reasserted the
basic Middle East position of the
Johnson Administration.
In his first statement on Middle
East policy since he announced his
for the Democratic
'
Continued on Page 11-A
Presidential nomination, the Vice
President declared, "The five prin-
ciples on which a durable peace in
the Middle East can be built are
still the same, we believe, as when
they were stated by President
Johnson last June 19."
Declaring that the greatest con-
tribution to Middle East peace
would be an agreement with the
Soviet Union to curtail the arms
race there he stated, "Meanwhile,
however, because of what we all so
deeply believe, let this be clear:
America is not qoing to permit Is-
rael to stand defenseless a-jainst
HIAS Offers To Aid
Polish Jews' Migration
NEW YORK (JTA) Jews who
leave Poland for resettlement in
\\e~tein countries can turn to
United MAS Service for financial
and technical assistance, Gaynorl.
Jacobson, it- executive vice presi-
dent said this week.
lie announced thai United 1IIAS
Security (oun.il resolution asking was prepared to assume, it neces-
sary, responsibility tor travel ar-
rangements, processing expenses
Israd to cancel the event.
Israeli forces organized elabo-
rate securitj precautions. The en-
tire para le route, pan of which
,sas in Easl Jerusalem, was guard-
ed ;,> armed troops on rooftops
and patrolled by helicopters
President Shazar, Prime Minis
ter Kshkol and Defense Minister
Moshi Dayan occupied the review-
ind. Former Premier David
and auxiliary costs for Polish Jew-
ish families who wish to rejoin
their relatives in the United states.
Canada, Brazil, Australia or other
Western countries.
Many of the M.000 Jews left in
Polandthe pitiful remnant ol the
pre war Jewish community of 3.5
millionwant desperately to he re-
united with their families. We trust
that the Polish government will
allow them to leave. Mr J-aCOb
son said.
He pointed out that if a Polish
applicant is able to obtain a travel
document and exit permit, then
imnv.-iration io the United States
is possible.
"United HIAS urgi I .S rela-
tives ol lews in Poland to commu-
immediately either with our
office or with one oi our coopei
mg resettlement agencies lo dis-
cuss immigration plans and obtain
essary technical assistance.
Relativesmainly in the United
Statesol about 1,500 Jews in Po-
land have already turned to United
Continued on Page 8-A
VICt PRtilbttiT HUMPHKtr
any who would destroy her. Rea-
son must prevail over force. Ac-
ceptance of nationhood must pre-
vail over prejudice."
He added. "As President John-
son indicated in the communique
issued in January after his meet-
ing with Prime Minister Eshkol,
the United States will keep Israel's
military defense capability under
active and sympathetic examina-
tion and review in the light of all
r< levant factors, including the
shipment of military equipment by-
others to the area."
Others who i ddressed the event
included Lt. Go* Samuel H Sha-
piro of Illinois, and Col Jacob
\rvey, honorary chairman of the
Greater Chicago Committee for Is-
rael lion,Is. 1 he Vice President
-; of honor at a privati
er reception sponsored by the
Israel Bond Organization. A sub-
stantial amount ol Israel Bonds
were sold. Col Arvey and Mar-
K shak i hicago city treas-
urer, were cochairmen for the
ent.
The Vice President previously
ittended an Israel Embassj week-
end reception in Washington and
lated Gen. Yitzhak Rabin
Israel's Ambassador, on the anni-
versarj
MIAMI BEACH CONVENTION PLEDGE
Republicans To Snub Clubs Practicing Bias
MNK SCNAtr
By Special Report
NEW YORK Social clubs in
the Miami Beach area which dis-
criminate on racial or religious
grounds are being bypassed for
events connected with the Repub-
lican National Convention therein
August, it was reported this week
by Dore Senary, national chairman
of the Anti-Defamation I-eague of
B'nai B'rith.
Mr. Scharv. presiding at the an-
nual meeting ol the League, made
public a letter from GOP National
Chairman Kay C. Bliss in which
Mr Bliss promised "every effort
to select only those that are open
to all people regardless of race,
creed or ethnic background."
The Bliss letter was in response
; to one from Mr. Senary calling the
i Republican leader's attention to
I discriminatory policies practiced
I by some social clubs in Miami
! Beach and offering the League's
assistance in pinpointing the spe-
cific clubs.
The ADL conducts an ongoing
survey of discrimination in such
I facilities nationwide.
Mr. Senary said he had not writ-
ten t Democratic National Chair-
man John C Bailey because a
parallel situation does not exist in
Chicago, where the Democratic
National Convention will be held,
also in August.
In a related report. Eugene L.
Sugarman. chairman of the ADL
national discrimination committee.
announced the results of a just
completed ADL survey of discrim-
inatory practices by 38 athletic
clubs in key cities of the United
States.
Only three of the 38. he said.
maintain religiously and raeialh
I open membership policies, while
1 apparently admit Jews but bar
\ roes and 14 either prohibit
Jewish and Negro membership or
impose quotas.
The League set out to examine
the membership practices with re
pi Cl to Jews and Negroes of the
Single most important athletic club
in each of the 130 cities in the
United States with a population of
| over 100.000 according to the 1960
census.
Ninety-two cities had no such
clubs, biit 38 had athletic clubs "of
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52 Association Installs
Tin' B2 Auoelatlon ol Greater
Miami, which provide! entertain
mini tor hospitalized veterans and
Rep. Imanuel Celler (left) dean of the House
of Representatives, and Rabbi Jay Kaufman,
executive vice-president of B'nai B'rith, view
a grim photo from an exhibit commemorat-
mq ::.e 25th anniversary of the Warsaw
Ghe' : uprising. B'nai B'rith and YIVO In-
xte for Jewish Rest o atly .-.jor-
sorinq the exhibit of ISO cocuments and
photos unearthed in the Ghetto ruina or
confiscated from Naz. records afier World
War II.
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lister L< Eshkol told a press
Iconferencc here this week that he
Id.d not rtjjard United Nations Am-
bassador Gunnar Jarring"s mission
bavins brought peace nearer
liit that he believed, in general.
I: it "t are probably nearer
IS'-ace now than we have been at
ny tim since the Six Day War."
The Prune Minister chided U.K.
ficeretary-Generai 0 Thant. who i-
|r id n sible by many here for
couraginj Jordan to bring its
unplaint agamst Israel's Lnd<
Day parade in Jeru .i
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IS'a'es. adding, "Of course, we can
r0' see eve to eye on every issue.
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the United States is supplying. Mr
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ferred to receive ls:ael"s entire
arder in one shipment or at least
in laraer monthly deliveries But.
ie -aid. he understood that the
is Air Force was alao pn
jor deliveries
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Friday. Mav 10, 1963
12 IYAR
Volume 41
Federation Marks Its
Thirtieth Anniversary
The Greater Miami Jewish Fed
erction will mark its 30th anniversary
next week at its annual meetinq and
c.r.ner-dance at which the founders
cs well as those currently active will
r-e honored.
In 1939. when the Federation was
: =t established, there were those
who were aware of the traqsdv thai
'.reatened to enqulf European Jewry
r_t the world had not vet witnessed
the qrim reality of mankind's worst
.-. ilocaust
Here and there, a voice was rais-
e- in desperate warning, but qene-
~.'.v the cries wnt unheeded.
The initial efforts of the Greater
!!.-mi Jewish Federation were aimed
c. alleviatinq the sufferinc of Jews
c erseas and subseauentlv the set-
i.ement in Palestrae of those refuqees
,-.o monaaed to escape the con-
sreuences of Hitler's final solution.'
Born out of a sense of commit-
ment toward helpir.q Jews in their
t;me of need, the Federation served
tc eliminate indiscriminate qirina of funds tc
overlapping aqencies. duplication of efforts and
t.'.e constant appeals to residents and visitors
to Greater Miami to contribute to charities that
were sometimes non-existent.
But oversees needs alone were not the onlv
motivation for the establishment of the Federa-
te-in.
In the three decades that followed its found-
ir.q, the Federation has played a key role in
the efforts of local aqencies that could never
have achieved as much as they did in pro-
rr.otinq the welfare of our communitv if it were
r.ot for the quidance and support of a central
cqency.
Onlv one of the Jewish social aqencies
existed prior to the foundinq of the Federation.
The Jewish Family and Children's Service was
established some 20 years before the Federa-
tion.
In the early 1940s, the Jewish Home for the
Aged was founded and in the years that follow-
ed, the Bureau of Jewish Education and the
Jewish Vocational Service were formed within
the Federation framework.
Following the Second World War. funds
ere raised to build the Greater Miami Jewish
Commuity Center and qvmnasium In Miami
end the Beach Branch of the "Y" was con-
structed.
Mount Sinai Hospitcl 'formerly the Alton
Road Hosoital) was reco?n-.'d with funds rais-
ed throuqh the Combined Jewish AppBcd in
1949.
Throuqhout its three decades, the Great31
Miami Jewish Federation has consistently sup
rorted aqencies thct serve the needs cf people
seekinq help locally, nationally end overseas.
Throuqhout the period cf its existence, the
tasks of the Federation In servinq Greater
Miami Jewry have not vet be=n easy nor have
they been free of problems.
Back in 1938. less than 25 Dercent of the Jew-
ish residents in the Miami area had been con-
tributinq to Jewish causes.
Throuqh the years, the Federation has
souqht to appeal to the conscience of Greater
Miami Jewry to face up to the obliqation of
broad based communal support of the annual
campaiqns.
Its chief aim in these endeavors has been
to make possible an equitable distribution of
funds to these aqencies supported by qifts
from the Jewish communitv.
In a period that has been dominated by
the continuinq threat to the security of the
State of Israel, the Federation can be justifiably
proud of its achievements in qcininq the sup-
port of Greater Miami Jewry, particularly in
times of paak crisis such as the year of Israel's'
foundinq 1948 and la3t year durinq the Six
Day War.
It is ironic that today 30 years later in;
spite of the harsh indoctrination of experience,
the annihilation of European Jewry and krter
the repeated Arab threats of qenocide against!
the Jewish State. American Jews still need con- j
vincinq that the threats are real.
At the same time, it is fortunate that the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation is here to re-1
mind us of our obligations and, as in the oast, |
the Jewish communitv can be expected to rise
to the occasion.
Two Outstanding Citizens '
The desiqnertien las" week of two leadinc
Greater Miami personalities for the Dade Countv
Outstandinq Citizens Award for 1967 was
another major milestone in fie life of our corn
munity.
Chosen horn a list cf dUtinaui-hed Baure*
nominated bv major oroTnlxations in the area
the awardees reflect the hiahest idea's in com-
munal service with the emphasis on major
achievement last year.
Mrs. Louis Glasser. nominated by the YM-
YWHA cf Greater M-ami. has be a brood ranae of civic and Jewish communal
cctivities with her recent efforts focused on the
improvement of hou'ina conditions for low in
come fami'ies. a fie'.d umversallv recoqnized as
vital to the alleviation of many ills Li an urban i
society.
Charles B. Pofer was fecTiixed for hii
achievements in th~ f:*'d of ea-ial *ob oooor
t"nity, c task to which he contributed ui -. '-'
skill and determination in another vital ohas<=!
cf America's struga'- to cope with the ds:.
encies of our way of life.
The personalities chosen for the award anf
th achievements for whi'h thev were re-orniz-!
ed carry a particular messaqe for us all.
Their efforts must serv> as en qyt->V t
all Dade citizens to envlote in deo'in~ < th
the problems affectina thousands of famil'<>s.
problems that must be solved if we are all to
live in reasonable comfort and security.
By applyinq on a broad scale the will end
determination and skill that th Out'tandina
Citizens have shown in the>r efforts th"r^> is
no reason whv Greater Miami cannot serv-> a a model for the nation in the f;"ht r"*ain3t
poverty, discrimination, crime and injuries.
- ALS0P --.
JMattm, of 'Jmet /.
JOSEPH ULSOP
March To Power
HONG KOXG What was all
the fighting about? Indeed, what
is all the fighting about?
For fighting still continues on
a major scale in China's richest
province. Szechuan: there are
current outbreaks in three other
key provinces, and trouble can
all too easily begin in almost any
of China's provinces that are sup-
posedly returning to calm.
Now that the true facts are be-
ginning to be known, it is im-
possible to exaggerate the lurid-
ness of the local civil wars that
have been going on in Mao Tse-
tung*s China.
Yunnan in the far southwest,
for instance, is by no means a
major province. Yet in Yunnan
the loose factional coalitions call-
ins themselves the "Artillery
Group" and the "823 Group "quite
literally deployed manv tent of
thousands of men in their long
struggle.
Pitched Bailies
Both groups used artillery and
other heavy weapons in big.
pitched battles meaning that
each have had support from dif-
ferent factions of the Yunnan
army garrison. And their fight-
ing reduced the province capital.
Kunming, to rubble and ruins be-
fore an uneasy truce was reached.
Refugee and defector reports
have at last clarified the central
mystery behind the episodes of
this sort, which were Chinawide.
In brief, when Mao Tse-tung
took the mad step of calling
out his Red Guard- to attack his
own government and party, this
constituted a license f> all and
sundry to form "mass organiza-
tions."
Whereupon, paramilitary mass
organizations were promptly
formed by evervone who had a
grievance, everyone who wanted
a larger share of the pie and
everyone who wanted to defend
the share he had already And
was no Children's Crusade,
either, as has been suggested in
previous discussions of the Red
Guards.
Students' Role
Students played their part
otien a very violent part but
countless other classes played a
part as well, ranging from rail-
way workers and state f ictory
worker* to party cadres and large
nu.nber* of former exiles to the
corr.trycide who had illegal:-, re
turned to the cities
In Kwangtung province, for ex-
ample, the two main coalitions
went under the names of Red
Flag and East Wind. The Red
F'a.: coalition comprised no less
than 10 groups of various types
and in general represented the
province's have-nots. The East
Wind coalition had seven groups,
but it was more numerous, since
its unknown chieftains managed
to secure the support of the pro-
vince's several hundred thousand
village militiamen.
Looking at a specimen group
in one of the coalitions, makes
the picture even more astonish-
ing.
Consider, for example, the "Au-
gust 1st Fighting Corps' oj the
Red Flag group. This tingle .- m
was composed of at lea-
tens of thousands of de.r
soldiers, dissatisfied workers
young students One esti
probably exaggerated. g-.\.
corps a strength of 160.000 in all
(hang Kun
It coalesced in two short r.
in the troubled autumn of : 166
under the leadership of *
ticularly talented dem >b
soldier named Chang Ts'ui
rapidly acquired a complex staff
including finance, props i
a^d other departments: an
orate communication- i
including lia:-
groups o K
a smoothly working clandesttne
s> -' -.-.; of organizati
l ?.:r.- In the bitter battles in Kwai .
tung East Wind sraj finallj tri-
umphant over Red Fla*;. hence,
one cannot say what is now bap
pening to the "August 1st Fight-
in' COP*." In view o! t';.
talent for clandestinity. it pro-
badly still exists, though it- mem-
ben have hidden their arn
the moment.
Array Weapon
s
Their arms, highly significant-
ly, along with the amp!- arma-
ment of the other Reg I if
groups, were provided b) the
Chinese army's provincial
quarters, while the nearer army
headquarters of the southeastern
region supplied weapons I
Ea-t Wind fighting men.
Equally significantly, -.
tcth groups shouted coverup Mao
slogans, nobody in either -
except for a few students
:ng for anyrh I
terial -.air. and future power.
V Itiply the situation it- K
tung many times over Im
China today with bun li
perhaps many hundred-
tions like the Augus! '
Fi hting Corps" Above all
der the curious figure, the U1
Obscure organizer of the "A
1st Fighting Corps." the >K
lized soldier. Chang Ts'un.
Nightmare
Then remember that th<
Ming Emperor began his march
to power in a time of troub
an itinerant monk turned I
ing man at the head o; a ba
a hundred or so men. Remember,
too. that the nightmare oi
central government since (
began has been the format:
independent, clandestine or -
clandestine .'na-s organizati' i
Bear in mind, finally.
Chang Ts'un and all the other
leaders like him must eurrei
be seeking to gain recruits to
form alliances with other leader*
and to make linkups with ele-
ment! in the army. One can then
see what kind of genie Mao-T-e-
tung has called forth from the
bottle.
Copyright (c) 1V. 1t Waatfilnfcton
Poal Co Distributed br Loa Anfela*
Timca Syndicata.
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Friday. May 10. 1968
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Federation To Mark 30th Anniversary
WaWk
Th- Greater Miami Jewish Fed- oration."
erati n will hold its 30th annual
meeting a id dinner dance Thurs-
day evening, May 16, at th
" ii(.:e!. Norton S. Pallot.
P i '' i rmaa i, r 1C68. has an- I
nounc
NORTON S. PALLOT
Israel Gives
Formal OK \
To Resolution
Continued from Page 1-A
ure to state positively that it ac- |
cepted th? Nov. 22 resolution but i
in Jerusalem. Gideon Rafael, the (
drector-general of the Foreign,
Ministry and former head of the
I-raeli delegation to the UN., said
categorically he had made such a .
declaration to the Security Council '
and that Israeli acceptance of that '
resolution had been affirmed by '
Prime Minister Eshkel on Dec. 1 .
and in "various classification-" to
Ambas>ador Gunnar Jarring, the '
l'..\. special envoy in the Middle I
East.
Ambassador Tekoah pointed out
to the Council. "Mon- recently, we
have accepted the proposal of Am-
bassador Jarring to bring about a j
meeting between Israel and each
c.f its neighbor- under his auspices
n :uliiUment o. his mandate for
:he purpose of reaching a peaceful
and accepted settlement No Arab
state has yet accepted this pro-
; isal."
The Israeli envoy clashed sharp-
ly a^ain this week with Soviet
Ambassador Yacov Malik, who ac-
, .el I.-....1 oi \d'r.. -- a "cynical"
; -::iin which failed to accept
IN resolutions.
The Soviet envoy did .not follow
the .'ordanian's proposal that mill-
Arrangements for the dinner
dance are under the direction of
Mr- Soi Goldstein, chairman of
(he committee, and Mrs. Edwin
Oppenheim, chairman of attend-
ance. Committee members include
Mrs. Robert Shapiro, Mrs. Sydney
M. Schwartz and Mrs. Jack Katz-
.Tian.
Daniel Neal Heller, chairman of
the nominating committee, will
pres nt to the meeting a report
outlining the proposed slate for
1969.
Founders who will be recognized
will be:
Nathan Adelman. R. R. Adler.
Day J. Apte. Abe Aronovitz. Mrs
Leo Axelrod. Paul Barnett. J. Wil-
liam Baros. Sam Blank. Ixwis O.
Blocmfield, Benjamin Bronston.
Mrs. Ida Buckstein. George Cheren,
Mrs. Isadore Cohen. Dr. Frank
Coret, Mrs. Max Dobrin. Leo Eis-
enstein, Leon Elkin. Mrs. Leon
Elkin, Herbert U.Feibelman, M.B.
Frank, Milton A. Friedman, Sol S.
' ( Goldstrom. Mrs. Maurice Jacobs,
,a;y intervention be taken against i M. J. Kopelowitz, Mrs. Moses
Israel by the U.N. but did state ; Krieger.
The gala event will climax the
' ambined .)^\j^ri Appeal
campaign e inuu^i-to/date.
"By the end of April." Mr Pal-
lot reported, "more than n.300
gifts had been received in the
campaign, with pledges totaling
$l,48J.C.'j. The Israel Emergency
Fund." he noted, "had received
gi.U totaling $780,000."
Final figures for the campaign
will be announced at the meeting.
Revert Russell, who will serve
as cha.rman of the annual meet-
ma. said that a feature of the event
will be the honoring of the foun-
ders of the Federation, who. he
-.aid. "wore far-sighted enough to
envision the potential growth of
our community and who laid the
groundwork lor the present Fed-
; Me-chelcff. Baron dellirsch Mey-
er. Stanley ('. Myers. I. L. Mintzer.
Mrs. Ralph Neufeld. Mrs. Harry
Oliphant, Mrs. Ida Optner. Max
Orovitz. Sidney H. Palmer. Mrs.
Morris Plant, Dr. A. E. Rosenthal.
Dr. Milton S.i-lau. Mrs. Meyer
Schwartz. Sidney L. Sega!!. Mrs,
Jennie Seitlin. Jacob Sher. Mrs.
Samuel Shindell. J. Louis Shochet.
Mr- Bernard Simon. Harry Simon-
no::. Harry Sirkin, Elry Stone.
William Taradash. Nathan Zalka
and Louis Zeientz.
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that the Soviet Union would ap-
prove "any measures" to curb
.chat he called "Israel's aggres-
sion."
Ambassador Tekoah told the ;
Council that Israel would listen to
the Soviet Union's statement here
carefully if it were cased on
"equality of treatment and lair
ness."
He noted that there was a time
in the United Nations when the
Soviet Union opposed. Arab hostili-
ties and declared "the Soviet
Union's subsequent change of pol-,
icy does not atfect the truth of
the situation."
U.S. Ambassador Arthur J. Gold-
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ahead, instead, toward full support
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Fridav. Mav
% 1,230,000 In Sales Launches
1968 Israel Bond Campaign
Passing the qcvel of office is Dr. Lecn Kronish (left), chair-
man of the Israel Bond Organization, to James M. Albert,
nis successor, as Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz worldwide head
of the Israel Bond Organization conqratuia'es Mr. Albert
end Dr. Irvinq Lehrman 'right), incominq chairman of the
Israel Bonds Board cf Governors.
Republicans Bar Bias
Continued ttom Page 1-A
''immunity significance
'-.-.nan said.
A1 an earlier -cssion of the ;ne.
j.-_. Arnold Foster. ADL general
-!. charged that the .lapa-
r.--< government had failed to pro-
tect Japanese industry from Arab
preamm and had thus helped the
Arab boycott anainst Israel achieve
it~ greatest success to date
Among major Japanese firms
that flatly refuse to do business
with Israel because of Arab pres-
ture. Mr Forster listed Toyota.
Suzuki. Sumitomo. Mitsubishi. Ma-
r:ubeni and Mit'ui. firms that
make automobile- appliances, ma-
chinery, footwear and many other
prodMtl
II' Mid the ADL had mi' -
eral time~ over a two year period
with members of the Japanese
Embassy and consulates in the
( nit. 'I Stales and with Chamber of
Commerce officials without >atis-
faetor) response.
However, direct meetings with
officials of some of the firms led
to their abandonment of boycott
practices. Among those firms Mr.
Forster mentioned the Matsushita
, Electric Corp., which announced
i it would not allow any of its 40
affiliates to yield to the Arab boy-
cott office, the Fuji Photo Film
Co.. Nisaei Sangyo. a subsidiary of
j the Hitachi Corp. and the Kawa-
saki Dockyards.
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THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED
The Thrift Shop is a vital financial supporting arm of the
Jewish Home for the Aged of Greater Miami, which is a
beneficiary agency of the Jewish Federation and United
Fund. Almost 85% (188 out of the Home's 222 residents) are
recipients of public welfare. The 222 residents and their
relatives provide only 45% of the Home's total income.
Without the financial support of the THRIFT SHOP, the Home
would be in desperate financial straits. The Thrift Shop must
increase its allocation to the Home this year because of
steeply rising costs. I therefore urge all friends of the Home
to immediately contribute furniture, furnishings, appliances,
clothing etc. to the Thrift Shop.
All Contributions are tax deductible.
Please phone the Thrift Shop at 696-2101 Our truck will
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Israel Independence Day din-
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launched the 1968 Israel Bond
drive by purchasing Sl.230.000 in
response to an address by Dr Jo-
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Eichmann Aide Is
Given Five Years
For Mass Murder
BONN (JTAi Sixty two year
old Franz Rademacher. a former
aide to Adolf Eichmann. was sen-
tenced to five \ears in prison at
hard labor by a Bamberg court
this wreek after being convicted of
participating in the murder of at
least 1.300 Serbian Jews in 1941
and organizing the deportation of
tome 2.000 Rumanian Jews from
France in 1942.
Rademacher'> sentence was lent
porarily -u-pended for reason of
health and his attorney will enter
an appeal
The prosecution had asked for a
15-year prison term for the defend-
ant who was head of the section
for Jewisn affairs in the Nazi for-
eign office from 1938 to 1943. Dur-
ing that time, he made a number
of trips to Belgrade to assist Eich-
mann in organizing the deporta-
tion of Jews to concentration
camps. In 1942, he did the same
, in France where Jews who fled
Rumania were rounded up for de-
portation.
The sentence was the second to
be pronounced on Rademacher.
The first was in 1952 when he fled
the country He was found and
arrested in 1966.
The West German Supreme Court
has ordered a retrial of 65 year-old
Hans Joachim Rehse. a former
Nazi judge who was sentenced to
five years at hard labor last year
for abetting murder in passing il-
legal death sentences under the
Nazi regime.
The new trial will determine
whether former Nazi judges who
passed death sentences in Nazi
courts can legally be tried for
, murder.
! of the Israel Bond organize
Stream", the urgent need of Is-
rael Bond fund* for Israel's eco-
nomic security, Dr Schwartz said.
"As Israel enters its third decade.
the attainment of its economic ob-
jective- represents an indispcn-:-
ole factor in Israel's struggle for
permanent peace. The necessary-
economic advances will depend in
^r ed from Israel Bond<
"Israel." he noted, "has ju-t
passed through the greatest crisis
] in its history, and the dangers it
faced a year ago are by no means
eliminated yet Because a ^reat
proportion of Israel's resources
must In- concentrated on defense
needs, the country must rely on
i us to a greater extent than ever
to finance its economic develop-
ment."
James M. Albert was installed
as chairman of the Greater Miami
Israel Bond organization, succeed-
ing Dr. Leon Kronish, who was the
recipient of the Israel Prime Min-
ister's Medallion for his outstand-
ing leadership during his three-
year tenure as chairman. Dr. Irv-
ing Lehrman was inducted as
chairman of the Board of Gover-
nors.
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Rabbi Dr. and Mrs. Herbert M. Baumgard
Mr. and Mrs. Shepard Broad
Mr. and Mrs. James Cohen
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Darsky
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Essen
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Janis
Samuel Kipnrs
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Korach
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Macht
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Molasky
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Narot
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ossip
Mr. and Mrs. E. Albert Pallot
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rose
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Simonhoff
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sirkin
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Urge Investigation Of Anti Semitism In Nation's Capital
VS] iGTQK. D.C. (JTA) -
Rep Joel T. Broyiii'.l. Virginia Re-
publica jnaowed U> a House
.it he lias asked
mi. pi General to In-
. and .. M&ute any con
spicafi) by Black Power advocates
lo harass Jewish and non-Jewish
whitj minorities in the District o|
Columbia.
Rep Brovlull. a key member of
the House Committee on District
Affairs, charged that business life
here "is under a pall of fear be-
cause oi li todlumism aud racial
chauvinism somewhat similar to
that advanced by the Nazis in the
Germam d! tin- 1930s."
He chained specifically that the
Black Power militant* were trying
to harass local Jewish merchants
out ol business by accusing them
of running Jew stores.
"Black Power has unleashed a
segregationist, racist, discrimina-
1 torv and even anti-ScmittP cam-
paign against individuals in the
District of Columbia solely because
Ol I heir race or religion." Rep.
Broyhill said. He added. "There ii
evidence of coercive and conspir-
atorial activity to deprive white
businessmen of the right to ei
;n legitimate and tree trade "
The people of Israel
feed
louse immigrants anymore
They ha ve their hands full
protecting themselves.
There'? no time to beat
around the bush.
Look at today's head-
lines.
The story has not
changed since last June.
That desperate fight
for existence saved Israel
from obliteration but
drained her funds. In the
meantime, thousands of
} nation and they're strug-
gling to keep it from be-
ing torn down.
The Six-Day War is
over. But the emergency
is not.
These immigrants But now, in the after- Yes, we know you gave
have escaped from perse- math of war, the people generously before. But
cution and deprivation of Israel can no longer the need is greater than
for a new life in Israel, help provide everything ever.
Thev need food, shelter, necessary. And the immigrants
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Synagogue Architecture
The synagogue as an active
patron Of the arts is a new phe-
nomenon in Jewish history. It is
of special interest in the Greater
Miami area, therefore, that two
Of the twelve religious structures
honored with awards at the re-
cent National Conference- on Re-
ligious Architecture are local
synagogues.
The designs for Temple Sinai of
North Dadea complex of build-
inns created by Russell Mellon
Associate-.-and Temple Israel of
GreatW Miami's new chapel by
Kenneth Treister were selected
from among several hundred en-
tered in the competition. Both
are Reform congregations and, in
the statement accompanying Si-
nai's entry, it was emphasized
that the designs flowed from the
architect's concept of liberal Ju-
da ism.
Living with the Temple Israel
chapel since its design was first
presented. I can attest to the fact
that it meets all the criteria out-
lined by speakers at the confer- (
ence for "creating conflict."
Kxcept for its unique, sculp-
tured stained glass windows,
the outer structure of the building
also a unique, sculptured form
may now be viewed by archi-
tectural afficionados in its com-
pleted state and their own critical
tastes measured up against the
professional experts
Dr. Arthur M. Cohen, director
of the Communication and Group
Processes Laboratory at Georgia
State College, told the hundreds
of church and synagogue archi-
tects present at the conference
that thi' avoidance of conflict in
building is "self-defeating" and
that religious institutions plan-
ning :i build ii !.....lit be less
pa sis. e ii iieceptiii ( :i leadership
v in patlci i
insignificance'of individual man
as he.relates to a much larger
and endless environment, as re-
flected in the soaring height of
the concrete ceiling; the gran
deur of God, as one sees the dif-
fused, multi-colored light as it
filters through the stained glass
windows and into the sculptural
space that envelops the congre
gation."
Obviously, the artists' .search
for meaningful theology and ap
propriate symbols is not an easy
one. yet without that search how
can the artist translate ab.slract
ideas into beautiful concrete
forms?
The possibilities for a creative
and living Judaism are great and
in the works of Treister and
Russell-Mellon Associates we in
Greater Miami are privileged to
have men who are striving to
ward that goal.
There would be no conflict if
these architects had been con-
tent to sacrifice expression to
function and served the status
quo by meeting only the opera
tional needs of their congrega-
tions. They have done this, ac-
cording to a jury of their peers,
but have gone beyond to convey
a sense of the cultural and re-
ligious meaning of Judaism in an
idiom modern man can under-
stand.
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Australian Nazis
Provoke Clashes
SYDNEY UTA) Supportei tol
the Australian Nazi Party clashed
with local Jews tins week in a
melee that broke up a public meet
lug held by the Nazis to "explain
their policie! Polici reinforce
merits wetp called in and at i U !
i\ persons on charges ol assault
and using indecent languor
A jeering erowd oi about l1"!
wai mi hand as the local Nazis
Inn led a swastika Mag A spec
latin grabbed one ol the jack
booted Nazis and punched him in
Ihe face, touching nil a general
brawl
The in.in wlm was punched was
dentified as Eric Wenberg, leader
.if the Australian Na/i Party He
received a similar beating two
weeks ago when he tried to hulil
.i meeting in a park here Police
j had to extricate him and Ins lol
' lowers Irom the crowd.
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MAS Offers To Aid
Polish Jews9 Migration
( i.nil mi .! fioni Page 1 A
ill as in .i .i .i in effecting I imily
i eunion," Mr Jacobson snid
Meanv, bile, del unciation "I the
I'oli li regime's an) i Semi I ic poll
cies v. .i Milled in all parts ol the
Liorld as ceremonies marking the
'.tii anniversarj "f the Warsaw
Ihetto >ii>i ising continued
Fiom Paris JTA reported that
Gen. Pierre Koeniq, French hero
and former Minister of Defense,
urged the oress to give the public
' full information on the situation of
!he Jews in Eastern Europe. He
! condemned the renewal of anti-
I Seniifism in Poland.
In Teheran, where an interns-
11.hi a I human rights assembly is in
.mi, two leading Iranian news-
napeis ilenlored the existence of
uiii Semitisin in the Soviet Union
ami Poland.
In Itamc, some 150 members of
hi extreme leftwing youth group
demonstrated In front of the Po-
lish Eitbaasy with placards read-
ing 'True Socialists Are Not Anti-
Semites.'' and similar expressions.
In Bucharest, an anniversary
gathering in the Great Synagogue
heard Chief Rabbi Moshe Hosen
extol the heroes of the Ghetto fight-
ing lie made no reference to the
presenl situation in Poland.
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"Most building committees,"
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The question, of course, is what
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The great Frank Lloyd Wright,
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Sinai would best embody the
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Lewis Mumford. critic and phi-
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loseph P. Zuckerman left, chainnan of the
local Farband-Labor Zionist Order, pre-
sents the Order's award for excellence in
Hebrew to Mary L. Fiksel. University of
Miami freshman. Looking on (from left) are:
Greqory Z. Rosner. Hebrew instructor at the
University; and Dt. Robert Kirsner. chairman
of the department of foreian languaaes.
Goldmann Predicts Soviet Intervention In New Conflict
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I >n he had received from Eastern
\x-an lea'ler-
It was his judgment, he said.
that the Israeli leader?, who are
)f the belief that the Soviet Union
.-.ill not intervene more actively
in such an eventuality, were not
relyint; on the same information
he had.
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Independence Parade
May Be The Last
anniversary
set "an ou
how people
as a slate that has backgrounds tan achieve a thriv- | will work toward a just peace ac-
tstjnding example o(, \ ma deniocralie nation.- He also i ceptable to itself and its neig
Ol widely disparate | expressed confidence that Israel | bors.
Continued from Page 1-A
irigade that seized east Jerusalem
last June led a column ol captured
Arab equipment, most of it Soviet-
made. On display tor the Hrsl time
> ore eight United States A 4 Sky
hawks and a lone MIG21 th.it was
landed in Israel in lacti by a de
feeling Iraqi pilot.
The dav before Independence
Day, in accordance with long-
established custom, Israel observed
ts annual Memorial Day to mourn
ts war dead.
Vgain in accordance with cus-
tom, the memorials embraced also
the six million .lews murdered b\
the Nazis and particularly the War-
saw Ghetto lighters whose revolt
.ua.n.-i German military might 25
years ago marked the first in-
stance oi organized Jewish resist-
ance in the Nazi genocide plan.
The foreign diplomatic corps as
: sembled at President Shazar's
home to convey good wishes on
ihe occasion of the anniversary.
In a message to President Sha-
zar, President Johnson hailed Is
' rael on the occasion of its 20th
Camp Ocala Opens Season June 24
Several hundred youngsters are
already counting the days tor the
summer of camping tun to begin
al tamp Ocala in the Ocala Na
lional Forest, which opens its 14th
season on June 24.
The campers al the 250 acre fun-
n-the-sun setting will enjoy such
special features as daily golf, in-
luding regular play on a cham-
pionship 18-hold course, as well as
daily horseback riding,
The camp also features swim
mirm in beautiful Lake Sellers, plus
daily scuba diving, boating, fish-
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For land-lubbers, there are plen-
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riding oaths. Campers also enjoy
riflery. volleyball, tennis, fencing,
and arts and crafts.
Even youngsters who couldn't
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gymnastics.
In the pollen-free locale in north-
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wanted the fun of camp but
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Camp Ocala's unique 'Ketch-Up
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A University of Miami basket-
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Camp Ocala this summer and will
also conduct a special basketball
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"We've gol so many things plan
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I What was the most excit-
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Here's a real oddity .
There hasn't been an un-
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but in 1927, there were
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. Jim Cooney pulled an
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1 May 30, 1967 and John
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I And there hasn't been one
I since!
I Everybody always associ-
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beside the Yanks Answ-
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Friday, May 10, igca
Congress Goals Keep
Pace With The Times
Wished in 1918 a- I
porary body to formulate views
and represent a umiied position
of leading American Jews at the
Versailles Pecce Conference, the
American Jewish Congress has
ee developed into a permanent
membership organization seeding
strengthen Jewish life at home
and abroad and to promote human
rights, church-state separation and
the cause of peace.
In working toward the establish-
ment of the organization, Dr. Ste-
phen S Wise, one of the pioneers
who sought unity en the American
Jewish scene, envisioned "he Con-
irgan. through which,
ration an I -:on,
.. could express ;heir convic-
tions "touching the need: and de-
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Broadcasting Co. for The Eternal
light." which was cited for educa-
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He sum-mad up hi* formula as:
Not relief but redress: not pallia-
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out justice: not "tzedakah' but
- the frfy {irosrain
worthy of a great -nd proud
people
Th Conjress p'aytd a key r" during tne 1930s in mobiliiing
American public opinion against
the Hitler regime. It launched
work' boycott of Mail goods and
serv ces in 1*33 and rosk the lead
in o -aniiinq the World Jewish
Congress in 1936 as an instrument
for united action against Nazi per-
secution.
During World War II. the Con-
gress called oa President Roose-
. and other world leader^ to
nai" the Nazi extermination of Eu-
ropean Jewry. These pleas led ulti-
matelyalthough too lateto the
toriration of the U.S. War Refugee
8,ari. which managed to save
some Jewish lives in Nazi-occupied
Europe.
Rabbi Wise and other Congress
leaders al-o demanded public
declarations by the Allied govern-
ments that the Nazis would be
neld accountable for their crimes
a-ain^t the Jews.
Long active in advancing the
cause of a Jewish state as an ex-
pression of its commitment to the
idea of Jewish peoplehood. the
American Jewish Congress organ-
| ized mass demonstrations for open-
ing the feates to Palestine and, at
rVorid War Us end. participated
in the negotiations that led to the
I'.N. Palestine Partition Plan and
U.S. recognition of Israel.
As a pioneer in advocating the
use of law as a weapon in the fight
j^aiii-t anti-Semitism and other
:01ms of racism, the American
Jewish Congress has been a na-
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tional leader in opposing discrim-
ination on ground.- of race, religion
and rational origin.
New York's fair education law, !
[he first in the nation aimed at
outlawing the vicious quota system
' at colleges and universities, was
drifted by the American Jewish
Congress.
The Con-tress has also brought
numerous court actions to defend
the rights and freedoms guaran-
teed by tho constitution, with spe-
cial emphasis on religious freedom
and separation of church and
I state.
Over the years, it has become a
national leader in taking test cases
to court on such issues as religion
i :n the schools, restrictive Sunday-
.' closing laws and the use of public
funds to support parochial schools.
Over the past five years the
1 Congress has launched a variety
o! programs to help solve the na-
j tion's urban crisis, including the
establishment of the Interracial
1 Council for Business Opportunity
i counseling program for would-be
Negro businessmen- and a unique
job-tinding service for ghetto
j youths launched in New York City
in cooperation with Mayor Lind-
-a; s office.
Continued from Page 1-A
ern*s who will deliver the opening
addn -
The Ftev Andrew Young, ex-
eeutive i.rutor of th Southern
Christian' Leadership Conference:
Rabbi Ira Eisenstein, oresi-
denl ; the Jewish Reconstruction-
ist Foundation;
Gen. Yitzhak Rabin. Israel's
Ambassador to the United States:
Dr. Joachim Prinz of Newark.
N.J.. pail president of the Con-
gress:
Judge Justine Wise Po'.ier of
the NVw York State Family Court,
honorary president of the Con-
grass1 national Women's Division;
Will Ma slow, executive direc-
tor of the Congress;
Leo Pfeffer. special counsel of
[he Congress and a leading expert
I on church-state relations.
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will be the banquet session Satur-
day evening. May 16, honoring
Ambassador Rabin, who will de-
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event which is ooen to all mem-
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community as well as to conven-
tion delegates.
Julius Schatz, convention co-
ordinator, is in charge of reserva-
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start at 7:30 p.m. at the Doral
Country Club.
Also open to participation by
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Pane '3-A
BOOK REVIEW
scijmitur b. Uvbman
MY FATHER, SHOLOM ALSICHEM
and
CORE AND IGOR

Simon & Schuster published the
two books named above. In He-
brew, one says I'havdil to indicate
a separation between the sacred
and the profane if a comparison
is made.
MY FATHER, SHOLOM ALEI-
CHEM $7.50) is the biography of
the Yiddish Mark Twain written
bv his daughter who is now the
wife of the renowned Yiddish
journalist B. Z. Goldberg.
Sholom Aleichem. nee Rabino-
uitz. has never had a full-length
biography written about him and
his biographv. which he had com-
menced writing, only covered the
span of his youth.
This memorable, heart-warm-
ing book is a most welcome addi-
tion to the biographies and auto-
biographies of the Jewish leaders
o' thought, literature and Zionism
\ hich have been appearing on
publishers' lists within the past
year.
They add to our know ledge and
awareness of the lives of these
men and their colleagues and the
environment in which they lived.
As we read about these gifted
and inspired ones who lived at
the end of the last and the begin-
ning of this century, we realize
that we are presently beset with
a paucity, if not bankruptcy, of ,
leadership in all phases of our I
lives as Jews and why so few of
the present-day masses exult in
their Judaism.
Sholom Aleichem was born in
the Ukraine in 1859. He invented
Tevye and brought immortality
to Kasrilevka. the fictitious name
for the town in which he spent
his early youth. The name came
from kasriel. meaning a man who
is poor but proud, a man who can
laugh at his own misfortunes and
keep his own self-respect.
In his last will, he directed that
the anniversary of his death be
celebrated bv "the reading of one
of the very merry" of his stories
so that his name might be recall-
ed with laughter. The incompar-
able author had the gift of mak- ,
ing his readers smile through
their tears. From the section re-
served for Jews in the Valhalla of
literary giants. Sholom Rabino-
witz must look down and see the |
distress of his people and wonder ;
how long they shall be denied
"sholom." peace.
L'HAVDIL
Once upon the time there was ,
an able writer named Meyer
Levin. There was art in his lite- !
rary effusions and creditable pur-
pose in his writings. Poor or im- .
poverished. he is not.
It is within the realm of cred.
bility that he desired great wealth
or that he envied Henry Miller o.
others of his ilk who achieved
wide publicity by the use of
four letter words that once were
not condoned in polite society
and not used even among literate
men unless they were in their
cups.
If you have yet to see these
words in print, read Meyer
Levin's Gore and Igore ($5.95).
If you delight in sadism and see-
ing how the mighty have fallen,
or reading the evidence of the
prostitution of their art. read
the book. It is tawdry filth and
bilge.
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pt cf the Jewish War Veterans, met with
Metro Mayor Chuck Hall durinq Mr.
Samuel's recent visit here. Also shown
(from left) are: Vice Mayor Alex S. Gordon;
James Stern, JWV Department of Florida
commander; and M. Jay Berliner, Depart-
ment of Florida insoector.
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i'nee both countries agreed to ex-
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Friday May 10,
Between You and Me:
By BORIS SMOLAR
Jews 'Forgotten' In Urban Poverty Program
THE Ameri-
can Jewish
Committee i>
now taking a
new look at the
anti poverty
program. Like
all other major
Jewish organi-
zations, it ii active in sup;>ort-
tbe war on poverty. How-
ever, it has established that poor
Jews are often the -forgotten
men" in urban anti-povert) pro-
grams and are frequently skip
ped in these program-
Contrary to the prevailing
opinion thai there are no Jews
in this country in need of anti
poverty aid. many will be sur-
prised to learn there are still far
more poor Jews in America
than one might think.
A sample study by the U.S.
Census Bureau in 1957 estab-
lished that about 8 percent of
urban Jewish families had an-
nual incomes under s2.ih>0 .,-
compared with 10 percent
amoni all urban fa mi I > -
i j the American Jewish
Committee believes there are in
New York City alone, some
50.000 to 100.000 Jews whose
income, by one yardstick or an-
other, puts them among the
poor. In the Williamsburg sec-
tion of Brooklyna jumble of
crumbling tenements and public
bousing barracks, where the
Jewish residents are mostly
Ilassidinithe Jews do figure
in anti-poverty programs. But
not in the rest of the city.
Leaders ol the American .leu
ish Committee wonder whether
some of the approaches to the
war on poverty do not need to
be reexamined. That war. ffiej
point out. was originally con-
ceived not merely to lower tem-
peratures inside the black ghet
toes, but to bring aid to all the
poor. They recognise the fact
th.it the plight oi the Negro
I.....r i- the most acute and must
remain the lust priority, but
they also insist that a wav must
be found to meet the needs of
poor Negroes without neglect
ing other ethnic groups
In New York, for example.
neighborhood poverty or non-
poverty status depends on the
number of welfare recipii
babies born in charity hospitals
delinquent youngsters, ami per-
sons taking drugs, And dm.
diction and delinquenc) an
characteristics of Jewish pi
The American Jewish C
mittee has submitted its views
to the Office of Economic
portunity and there are em
aging signs that guideline
be clarified, anti new and h
(native approaches initiate,,
reach the poor of all .
group-
VIEW FROM ROME
By: Julio Dresner
Yugosla via 98 Bias Block's Mideast Role
Rome
YUGOSLAVIA, the perrenial maverick of the Com
munist world. Is trying to chart a course of
neutrality and leadership ior itself in the narrow.
currently stormy water of the Mediterranean.
Its ultimate goal, a sensible, even noble one.
envisions the nations of the Mediterranean basin
living peacefully together, free from the influences
of outside big powers that have plagued the inland
sea almost since the fall of Rome.
But one of those nations is Israel And on that
small but hard rock. Belgrade's self appointed role
of neutralist leader has foundered. The trouble
Marshal Tito- compass which always point*
to the crescent noon and away from the six-pointed
star. For that reason, the true north of bona fide
neutrality has eluded him.
Yugoslavia's difficulties were illustrated at the
conference of so-called Progressive forces of the
Mediterranean region which convened in Rome re-
cently. It was sponsored by the Moscow-directed
Communist parties of France and Italy and its stated
purpose was to find a formula for Mediterranean
peace and prosperity
What the conference sought and found was not
formulae but just another fonn to castigate the
Overseas Newsletter By Samuel Goldsmith
Britain Now Has Three 'Chief Rabbis'
London -
SO NOW WE HAVE three chief rabbis
he.e
First, the Chief Rabbi o, the United
Hebrew Congregations of the British
Commonwealth, Dr. Imroanuel Jakobo
Second the Rav Rashi of the Federa
tion of Synagogues Third, the chairman
of the Joint Council oi the Liberal and
hi. foi m Synagogues
Each of them is the religious head of a synagogue
up
However. Dr Jakobovits i- acknowledged in all the
- of Britain as the religious spokesman for British
Jewry vis-a-vis the outside world This makes him the
Chief Rabbi with a capital C and a capital li His office
i- maintained by the largest and wealthiest synagogue
up, the United Synagogue But the Federation of s\ n
g sues another orthodox synagogue group, more attuned
t" Eastern Europe traditions (piety as such cannot, of
course, he measured), maintains its own Beth Din of
which the Rav Rashi, Dr. BUezer W Kirzner. is the head
He does not presume to represent British Jews outwardly,
but in Halaehic matters he is ihe final authority as far as
liis synagogue group is concerned.
The Liberal and Reform groups, jointly referred to as
the Progressives, never had a religious head. In fact, they
never had a joint council until the week of Pesach. But
they have now elected one. with Rabbi Dr. Van der Zyl
as its chairman They have announced that he. too. would
not presume to represent British Jews outwardly: but he.
too would be the final religious authority as far as their
group was concerned.
Tins does not undermine the status and dignity of Dr
Jakobovits. It was always understood that neither the
Federation of Synagogues nor the Progressives accept
his authority in matters religious.
As far as the outside world is concerned, it is Dr
Jakobovits who gets invited to Buckingham Palace func-
tions, and meets on equal terms with the Archbishop of
Canterbury and the Cardinal Archbishop of Westminster
The novelty of the situation is that the British Pro
gressives have, for the first time, asserted their religious
presence Thej say they had to do it because of "a lac'-,
of the spirit of ecumenism on the part of the other
religio .;,>- Outside theology, all three groups are
dedicated to Israel and accept the centrality of the Jewish
Slate in Jewish life
While we are on religious issues. I am obliged to
report a revolt or rabbis within the United Synagogue
Hie Council of Rabbis held a meeting and announced
objections to what is known as 'The Chief Rabbi's Cabinet
(I would prefer to call it the "Chief Rabbi's Panel") This
is a new body of six rabbis, nominated by the Chief Rabbi
to advise htm on religious policy (but not on Halachali)
There is alwat/s a personal side to this sort of argument
But the objectors point out that the Council of Rabbis of
the I'mted'Synagogue was "not consulted about the norm
nations, nor about the principle." (I am quoting; far be
it from me to get involved.i
Israel Newsletter
By ELIAHU SALPETER
Six-Dav War Solved One Problem
Jerusalem
As JUNE APPROACHES. Israelis
are asking themselves more
often than usual, what the net
balance is of the Six Day War ol
June. 1967.
But there is another item sel-
dom remembered when the "asset
side of the balance sheet is added
up. That is thachange in the inter-community rela
tions inside Israel which occured in those six days
last June
As late as April 19(57 few Israelis worried abput
the basic security of the country. Everybody said
the big tests ol the coming decade would be an
economic one. Immigration diminished and building
and other investments slowed down Cnemployment
reached grave proportions Particularly unsettling
was the fact that the jobless were not evenly dis-
tributed throughout the nation.
The problem of unemployment created a chasm
between the native-born Ktiropean Jews and the
"Oriental" communities Unemployment at times
ran as high as 30 percent in the "Oriental" com
munities. In the Ashkenazi communities, however,
most people held their jobs or had sufficient finnan
cial reserves ti> tide them over during the recession.
Naturaly. this situation bred resentment
While such feelings were voiced more openly in
the Immigrant towns of Dimona and Kiryat Shmona.
Ofakim and Chatzor. there was a persistent uneasi-
ness among the better off veterans in the residential
sections of Tel Aviv. Haifa and Rehovot "What
kind of soldiers will the "Oriental" Jews be if it
ever comes to a real fight with the Arabs'" Will they
be like the Ashkenazi Jews or more lige the Arabs
among whom they or their fathers grew up"" Such
bothersome questions were being asked
Then, in late May 1967. all these barriers and
suspicions suddenly collapsed. The common danger
made everyone feel first of all a Jew. whose very
life is threatened.
Out of this crucible came a new appreciation of
the Oriental Jew among the Ashkenazim. But. more
important, there emerged a new self respect and
feeling of equality among the "Oriental" Jews. The
chips were off their shoulders.
One may ask how lasting these effects will be.
But one thing is certain the question whether
one is Ashkenazi or Oriental has become irrelevant
in Israel
"imperialists," meaning the United states .,
putative agent' Israel.
Yugoslavia tried hard to steer the gathering
from a wholly doctrinaire, and consequently a -
course. It proposed that invitations be sent to
democratic groups, and individuals, on the ground
that they too may have something to contilhuw-
toward peace. It would have even included the lif-i-t
parties of Israel. But the conference was having none
of that. A Yugoslav dra.t resolution was not even
11-cussed, thouuh it was finally appended to the
acts."
That draft was an example of the ambiguities ol
Yugoslav policy It opened with a loud demand for
the "full and just liguidation of the COnseqt
of Israels "aggression" against the Arabs, the Ian
guage used I* Arab diplomats meaning, help us get
the Israelis out. It went on, however, to talk about
security, collaboration and peace for all Mediter-
ranean countries The presence of US forces in the
Mediterranean was duly denounced.
The snub given the Yugaslav draft was later used
as grounds for Yugoslav's abstention when the
majority resolution of the conference came to a
vote. That document, which has so far not been
published in full, hut only summarized, was a clear
attempt to mobilize a "progressive" or popular
against the United States in the area. For this
l>ose. the Arabs were touted as the victims ol A
can imperialism, working not only through I-
buf thiough Cyprus. Greece, and Portuga
prive the Arab States Of their "political a: .
nomic independence and their 'natural reso
Israel was. ot course, the mam villain, a "mercei
of the ISA
The Yugoslavians regarded the resolution
negative and Inflammatory document and -.,
The French Socialist Union adjured in a mon
served fashion Even the militant Algerian I
ion Front was less than enthusiastic
Highlights In Sports
JESSE SILVER
No Boycott
I^O OLYMPIC BOYCOTT for Israel The Israelis have
accepted the International Olympic Committee -
sion to readmit South Africa, and will send a team to
Mexico City. The International Olympic Committee aW -
backed Israel at international sports events when she
was discriminated against for political reasons, and now
the Israelis feel they should stand by the IOC.
Israel has established difficult standards
who hone to make it to Mexico City. A compel '
equal the time, or number of points, achieved bj
sixth place athlete at the 1964 Olympic Games. Thi -
squad is set. hut not many others will make it.
Amnon Krausz hopes to gain the Israeli Olympic -
ining team from Deerfield Academy in Massachusi
Krausz. 17. is Israel's national junior champion ii the
200 meter free-Style and the 200 meter individual me
Amnon's coach at Deerfield has been asked to set
times to Israel to determine if they meet the requ
standards. Krausz' father is a tennis professional ill
Aviv.
Amnon is studying and swimming in Massachusetts
because of the late Bob Kiphuth. who coached at Ya e
Dn a visit to Israel with the l.S Maccabiah Game- team
in 1961. Kiphuth suggested that Amnon receive a- e
lion at Deerfield. After Kiphuth died. Phil Moi
present Yale and 1965 Maccabiah Games swimming I
made certain Kiphuth's suggestion was earned out.
Iran did not boycott the Olympic soccer elimi'
tournament in Israel because o. political reasons, as had
been supposed. Iran's soccer has become professional and
is no longer eligible for the Olympic Games. However,
India. Burma and probably North Korea stayed away for
political reasons
The Louisville. Ky.. Jewish Community Center won the
National Jewish Welfare Board i.IWB) Seventeenth An
nual National Basketball Championship by defeating Brigh
ton Beach. NY., in the title game. Eight teams competed in
the final round of the largest amateur basketball tourna-
ment under Jewish auspices played on the courts of the
Jewish Community Center, Allentown. Pa.




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THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Strange Fires
By RABBI TIBOR H. STERN
Jacob C. Cohen
Community Synagogue
It seemi that the youth of the
Bible has shown a pattern so fami-
liar to our generation that is con-
fusing.
The saga of
the sons of
Aaron and their
tragic fate boils
down to the pre-
sent scene as a
rebellion against
the yesterday,
a rejection by
the youth on
anything their
elders stand for.
disregarding the
cons equences
that their fiery
zeal is only self
consuming.
A strange fire indeed is sweep-
ing the world. A fire that con-
Mimes only the soul and leaves the
body intact. It is a burning bush
that leaps visciously to inflame all
thai is edible and living, and when
all is reduced to ashes, realize
thai "the thorns were not consum-
The youth has a right to make
hanges, it has the duty to make
RnbbiSttrn
them. The youth has the right to
express originality and creativity
to mold their tomorrow. It has a
duty to do so. but they have no
right to destroy before the new
is built. They have no right to up-
root before the new is planted.
Furthermore they have no right
to capitalize on the materialistic
acquisitions of the past generation
without also adopting their moral
legacy.
It is with apathy that I look upon
some of our so called spiritual
! leaders who fall prey to this new
morality and new concept of
ethics, new approach to patriotic
duty, and new emphasis on free-
dom, made only synonymous with
total mental vagrancy, and de-
i humanization of our species.
If God is dead then man is surely
dead because God lives in man.
If morals were only fear or
shame, but neither love nor faith,
, then man was surely a deceitful
animal.
If life consists only of today,
'then this generation has no inten-
tion of handing down a legacy
j for a tomorrow that does not exist.
Furthermore it is determined to
consume all nature's resources to-
: day. because to them it is the first
| and the last generation.
Naturally, just as Aaron for-
tunately had two other sons who
did not olfcr these strange -elf
consuming fires, so does our gene-
, ration have another type of youth.
i and in particular our Jewish gene-
ration has another type of youth,
a Torah youth, a moral youth, an
ethical youth, a faithful youth.
Spiritual leaders, too, are of
another nature, leaders who do not
condone or encourage moral laxity
that borders on promiscuity.
But with the very exsistence of
the similarity that exists between
the strange fires of yesteryear and
those of today, the Rabbis have de-
creed to read the weekly portion
of "Ahare" once more, and on no
other day than on the day of Atone-
ment, on Yom Kippur.
We surely need atonement to
bring to a halt the strange fires
that consume the Garden of Man-
kind.
JPS Reelects President
PHILADELPHIA (JTA>Joseph
M. First was reelected to his third
term as president of the Jewish
Publication Society of America at
the society's annual meeting here.
Mr. First is vice president, secre-
tary and general counsel of the
Philadelphia Inquirer and Triangle
Publications, Inc. The society is
the world's leading publisher of
books on Jewish subjects in the
English language.
Dr. Chaim Potok was renamed
editor of the JPS and Lesser Zuss-
man was reelected executive di-
rector for his nineteenth term.
i
IQoliinhal ^Jelevision "Programs
May 12 Ch. 10, 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour.
Host: Rabbi Morris A. Skop, Temple Sholom, Pom-
pano Beach.
May 12 Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice.
Host: Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz. Beth Torah Con-
gregation, North Miami Beach.
Topic: The Role of the Jewish Woman Today.
Guests: Mrs. George Goodman, president of the
Mollie Kahaner Sisterhood of Beth Torah; Mrs.
Matthew Ettinger, incoming president of the
Sisterhood; Mrs. Adolph Berger. chairman,
North Dade Association of the United Nations;
Mrs Philip Bloom, state legislative representa-
tive, National Council of Jewish Women.
May 14 Ch. 2. 9:30-10:30 p.m. Man to Man.
Topic: What is a Congregation?
Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Pierce.
Participants: Rabbi Irving I^hrman. Temple Emanu-
El Miami Beach; Rev. Edward Graham, Mt.
Zion Baptist Church. Rev. Rene Gracida, Nativity
Catholic Church.
Not*: Starting Sunday, May 12. "Man to Man" will be
rebroadcast each week at 3 p.m., Sundays.
HI
.

Dr. Joseph B. Pomeronce,
president of the staff of Abbey
Hospital and Medical Center,
has been named the recipient
of the honors achievement
award of the Anqioloqy Re-
search Foundation, for his
research contributions in the
field.
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Ahare Mot And Kedoshim
The High Priest on the Day of Atonement chooses by lot
a goat and scapegoat.
"And Aaron shall cast lots upon the two goats; one lot for
the Lord, and the other lot for Azazcl" (Lev. 16.8).
AHARE MOT After the death of Aaron's two sons, God
said to Moses: "Speak unto Aaron thy brother, that he come
not at all times into the holy place within the veil, before the
ark-cover which is upon the ark; that he die not; for I appear
in the cloud upon the ark-cover" (Leviticus 16,2).
Only on the Day of Atonement, "the tenth day of the seventh
month" may Aaron enter the Holy of Holies, entirely alone, to
"make atonement for the holy place, because of the unclean-
nesses of the children of Israel."
Aaron was to bring a bullock as a sin-offering and a ram as
a burnt-offering. He was to accept from the children of Israel
two he-goats for a sin-offering and a ram for a burnt-offering.
One of the goats was to be chosen bylot as a sin-offering to God;
the other was to be dispatched to the desert, (to Azazel), a scape-
goat carrying the sins of the children of Israel.
The portion enumerates the laws prohibiting the consum-
ing of blood. It concludes with regulations pertaining to sexual
morality.
*
The Jew views the giving of alms as one aspect of social
justice.
"Ye shall do no unrighteouness in judgment, in metcyard, in
weight, or in measure. Just balances, just weights shall ye
have" (Lev. 19 35-36).
KEDOSHIM"Ye shall be holy; for the Lord your God am
holy. Ye shall fear every man his mother, and his father, and
ye shall keep My sabbaths Turn ye not unto the idols .
And when ye reap the harvest of your land, thou shalt not
wholly reap the corner of thy field neither shall thou gather
the fallen fruit of thy vineyard; thou shalt leave them for the
poor and the stranger ... Ye shall not steal; neither shall ye
deal falsely, nor lie one to another. And ye shall not swear by
My name falsely ..
Thou shalt not oppress thy neighbor, nor rob him: the wages
of a hired servant shall not abide with thee all night until
morning. Thou shalt not curse the deaf, nor put a stumbling-
block before the blind ... Ye shall do no unrighteousness in
judgment Thou shalt not go up and down as a talebearer
neither shall ihou stand idly by the blood of thy neighbor
. Thou shalt love thy neighbor as thyself" (Leviticus 19.2-21).
"Ye shall be holy unto Me: for I the Lord am holy, and have
set you apart from the peoples, that ye should be Mine" (Leviticus
20 26).
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is extracted
and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage,"
edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15. Publisher is Shengold, and the
volume is available at 27 William St., Now York 5, N.Y. President
of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang.
Rev. Minich To Speak
I mitment on Campus"' to be spon-
, sored by the YM-YWHA of Greater
Rev. Henry N. F. Minich. chap- j Miami at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the
lain of the Episcopal Church Cen- ; y Th 2L ul .,uhc^niV"SI,^,irMthe be "What Does The Non-Jew Think
will be the discussion leader at tne
second of the weekly scries "Com- I of the Jew?________________
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morris Barr.
ANSHE EMES. 2533 "sW 19th Ave.
BETH AM (TEMPLE) 5950 N. Ken.
dan Dr., s. Miami "<2rmMEil2
Herbert Baumoard. Cantor M.chael
Friday'8:80 p.m. Sermon: "Do Moth-
Have An> RlghtsT"
rCcliciious *-3<
'd
ervices
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
Friday 7:15 p.m. Bml 8:15 p.m. Sermon.
K.I..-1.N WIOl A Call--. >< '',
MHsvah: Hall, daughter Mr. "
Hersrhel Rosenthal. Saturday.
ii m Sermon: The Torah Lesson, hbi
Mii/.vi.h: Jeffrey, aon .-f Mr. ana .mi-
Burton Vagoda. Minolta 7:80 '"
Ibeth EL. 500~*SW 17th Avenue.
Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiti.
Ibeth kodesh. *ioi sw 12th Ave.
| Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
I Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson.
Friday al muni Saturday s:*" nm-
Bi-rmon: "Death Conquers All. >"-
Vday <*: p.m. Portion "f the l4w.
[:15 p.m. Sermon: "Always our Sacred
Ralph Z. Glixman. Cantor Benjamin
Ben Ari
Friday s p.m. Saturday 8:45 a m. Bar
Mitsvah: Norman, son of Mr ana
Mrs, Herman Bchloasberg. Bhalosll !
Seudo* 5 pin ^^
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave Conservative Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. Cartor Albert Glantz.
TIFERETH JACOB* (TEMPLE). 951 E.
4th Ave., Hi.-.ieah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
Fridni 8:15 p.m, Quest speaker: Theo-
dore Klein, Saturday 8:45 am.
ZION (TEMPLE) 8000 Miller Rd. Con.
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
Frida) sir. pin Sermon: int.-rw ia
ilniis of timer Counting." Baa Mlts-
vali- Bheree, (laughter of Mr. and Mrs
vrthur Stern. Baturdaj liar Mitsvah:
Stephen, son of Mr and Mr* Bernard
Cold.
mon: "Tin- crisis of Identity a
Commentary On Intermarriage and
conversion." Saturday 9 a.m. Sermon:
The Crisis of family and Homo A
Commentary On Mother's Day.' Bar
Mltivah: Marshall, sun of Mr,
Mrs. Ben Kannor.
ami
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
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|ETH SOLOMON. 50 NW 51st Place.
Conservative.
lETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW 8th
1st. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Inciav 8:15 p.m Combined services ai
T. n.pi. Solomon, .(> N.W. '.' Place
rrmon: "Who is A <".....l Jew? Foi-
h\.-il by on.tr Bhabhat. Baturdaj '
bn. Bar Mitsvah: Ricky Fein.
|NAI SHOLOM (Temple). 275 NW
Tl99th Street. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham M. Cassel.
1AEL (TEMPLE). OF GREATER
IIIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform
'lahbi Joseph R. Narot.
day s:ir, p.m. Sermon: "Change.
Kor Parents: llliml Pate."
'AELITE CENTER. S175 SW 25th
pt. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Draiin. Cantor Nathan Parnass.
INYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Tint Rd. Modern Traditional Cantor
Louis Cohen.
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL, 7801 Ca, .yle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th Street.
Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
BETH JACOB~3oT Washington Ave..
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
BETH RAPHAEL* (TEMPLJ).
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Habbl
David Raab. Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 41*4
Chase Ave. Liberal Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser.
BETH TFILAH. 935 EuclicJAjJfc Or- ,SRAEL O
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. HacKovsny. 154244 WasrMngt<
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Roxencwaig.
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel.
Frldas :'"" I'"1- Saturday 8:30 am
Sermon: "The Extinct Jewish MoUier."
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz. Cantor Nico Feldman.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Jewish
Issues mi ill. BJoctlons." Slslerti.....1
Installation. Saturdays nm. Sermon:
The Portion of the Uw,
NER TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St. and
ratum Waterway. Modern "radi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
OHEV SHALOM. 7011 Bonita Dr.,
Orthodox. Rab1?' Phineas Weber-
man.
Frldaj 7:'." p.m Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: "Be Holy"
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias.
Pridaj n 15 p.m Saturday S:M a.m
Sermon: "The flood l.ifc
Mitsvah: Howard, son of Mr and Mrs.
Morris Rich. ^_^_
BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renter.
Friday 6 p"> and mi."- p.m. Baa Mits-
vah: Su-aii. daughter "i" Mr. and Mrs.
Saul Ncufeld: Marilyn, daughter "i
Mr and Mrs. stanlej Btone. Batur-
dav v ::o a.m. Bar Mitsvah: Howard.
s,.m of Mr. and M.s Jack Malnmud: ,
Kenneth, son of Judge and Mrs. Arthui
Bnyder ____ ____
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATipN
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum.
Fridiis >! p.". Sermon: The Portion
nf the Week. Oneg Shabbol sponsored
by Sisterhood. Saturday 8:45 a m
B'NAI RAPHAeTuO! NW 1"r0B^
Conservative. Rabbi Charles M. Ku-
bel. Cantor Jack Lerner.
Prlday 8:15 p.Yn Sermon '^'.,.l"r'
l>-,v Prom Hi- Jewish Polnl ol \ ;;
Saturday 9 a.m.. Bar Mitsvah: Fred,
So" of Mr and Mrs. Mclvyn Stern-
bach._________
SINAI (TEMPLE.I.'OF NORTH DADE
Temporary office. 18801 NE 22nd
Ave Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kmgsley.
Frldnj 8:15 p.m al Washington Feder-
al Auditorium. 899 N B. 17 St.. Xorth
Miami Beach. Sisterhood Sabbath Ser-
vices. ____ ____
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caolan.
Pridaj r. p.m. Saturday 9 n m Sermon.
-Political Defamation of Hiaracter, is
ii Proper?" Mini ha I 80 p.m. Maarn
8:30 p.m. ____
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 90 NE 1/lst St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Naftali Porush.
Friday 74.-. p.m Saturday M a.m. ser-
mon: <'' v..ur Monej s Worth.
Saturday 7:45 p.m.
CORAL GABLES
JUDEA iTEMPLE). 5500 Granda Blvi.
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper.
Frldas 8:15 p.m.
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ZAMORA (TEMPLE). 44 Zamora Avt.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berg--
Cantor Hirsh March.
Frldas 5:80 p.m. Baturdaj 8:45 .. i
Sermon: Scriptural Leaeon,
FT. LAUDERDALE
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 547 E
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Philio
Chaiton. Cantor Theodore Mindich.
EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrews Av-.
Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton.
Cantor Jerome Klement.
HALLANDALE
HALLANDAIE JEWISH CENTER.
126 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd.
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL ITEMPLE). S. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa
i' 8:1.1 p.m, Serihnn: "The Essi -
Hal Qual.....s of leadership For Our
Times." Saturday n a.m. Bur Mits-
vah: Louis, m"i "f Mr. and Mrs. Irwiu
.1. Sherwln.
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BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE), 1725
Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbi
Morton Malavsky.
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun.
MIRAMAR
Ben-Hillel.
F MIAMI BEACH
gton Ave. Rabbi A
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
OLOM (TEMPLE). Conservative
155 SW 16th St. Miami. Rabbi
. ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE).
' Friday~8:lB p.m Sermon: "We Learn,
ErnaNo^EALv.,TECMon.Lerva1ive1 VSSS ,
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
Pridaj 5:80 P-m- al"' v,!" p,m-
Si-r-I Kor What" Saturday :4.". a.m. bar
CANDIELIGHTING TIME
12 IYAR 7:37 p.m.
ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 350O SW 69th
Way. Conservative. Rabbi Irwin
Cutler.
POMPANC BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 132 SW "lh
Ave.. Conservative. Rabbi Morris
A. Skop. Cantor Leon Segal.
Friday 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Plghtlng
For Freedom!" Saturday 8 a.m.
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
Surfside Community Center, 9301
Collins Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Itaao
D. Vine.


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Miami U. Biologist Will
Receive Weiztnann Grant
Miami, Florida. Mav 10, 1968
Section t
ZOA To Honor Nathan H. Darsky
Nathan H. Darsky, communal i
leader and active Zionist worker,
will be the recipient of the 14th
annual "Service to Israel" award
oi the Zionist Organization of
America.
The award will be presented to
Mr Darsky at a dinner-dance cele-
brating the 20 years of Israel's
independence Sunday evening.
May 19- at the new ballroom of
Temple Emanu-El. 1701 Washing-
ton Ave., Miami Beach, according
tu Sidney Raymond, national vice-
pi, -ident of the Zionist Organiza- ]
lion of America.
The celebration will start with a
cocktail party at 5:30 and dinner
ai 6:30. Champagne toasts to Is-
rael and the United States have
been planned as well as continuous
dancing. In announcing the selec-
tion of Mr. Darsky for this years
award, the ZOA Committee com-
mended his many years of leader-
ship in the Miami Beach Zionist
District, and previously in the
Youngstown, Ohio Zionist District.
Mr. Darsky for the past 50 years
has been active in every phase of
the work on behalf of the Jewish
State and of the Jewish people.
Well known throughout the Unit-
ed States as a pioneer in the suit
drink bottling business, Mr. Dar-
sky came to Youngstown, O.. in
1911 from the Russian Ukraine.
Besides his manv activities in
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica. Mr. Darsky was instrumental
in establishing the Temple Emanu-
El Congregation in Youngstown.
and also the Hebrew Institute
there.
He is active in the Kiwanis Club
International, and is former presi-
dent oi the Youngstown Bottlers
Assn. and is a member of the
board ol directors of the Youngs-
town Federation of Charities.
He has been active locally on
the board of directors of the Miami
National Bank and the Bank of
Miami Beach, the board of direc-
tors of Temple Emanu-El. Miami
Beach, the Greater Miami Hebrew
Academy, and is a 32nd degree
Mason and Shriner. a trustee of
the Greater Miami Israel Bond
Committee and a trustee of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Past recipients from Greater
Miami of the annual "Service to
Israel" award include Rabbi Irv-
ing l.ehrman. Dr. Morris Good
man. Harry Sirkin. Raymond Ru-
bin. Jennie Crossinger. Ben Ciller.
Rep. Claude Pepper, Gabriel Heat-
ter. Ben Tobin and Abraham Good-
man
Greenberg Poale Zion Unit
To Meet On Wednesday
The final meeting for the season
of the Haim Greenberg branch of
Poale Zion of Greater Miami will
be held at 8 p.m. Wednesday at
Washington Federal Auditorium.
1234 Washington Ave. Miami
Beach.
Bernard Fur man will review the
progress and accomplishments of
Israel in the 20 years of its exist-
ence, and Mrs. Rose Bailin will
entertain with a selection of songs.
Dr. Simon Wilensky is president
of the group.
A University of Miami biologist
has been named to receive a post-
| doctoral Weizmann Institute award
granted for a year of research be-
I ginning next September.
Dr. Howard M. Lenhoff. director
ol the University of Miami Lab-
oratory for Quantitative Biology,
will work at the Weizmann Insti-
tute in RehOVOt, Israel, with Dr.
Aharon Katchalsky-Katzir. head of
polymer research at the Israel sci-
entific center. Dr. Lenholf said he
was attracted to the Weizmann In-
stitute by Dr. Kati-h.ilsky-Katzir's
pioneering work in mechano-
chemical conversion The Israeli's
mechano-chemical engine for
which he and three associates have
been granted a U.S. patent dup-
licates human muscle contraction
synthetically, converting chemical
energy directly into mechanical
energy. It can maintain this proc-
ess indefinitely and automatically.
Or. Lenhoff's work is supported
by a U.S. Public Health Service
research career development
award.
Dr. Lenhoff and his family.
members ol Beth David Congre-
gation, will leave for Isr.iel at the
end of Augu-t.
During the last month or so of
| his stay in Israel. Dr. Lenholl plans
[ to pursue marine biological re-
i search at Eilat on the Gulf of
Akaba at the southern end of the
Negev Desert. He has also been
: invited to lecture and give a
1 course at the Hebrew University
in Jerusalem.
0. HOWARD M. UNHOFf
Miamians To Be Honored
! At National Convention
Two members of the local Work
men's Circle Branch 1059. Harry
j Mildner and Murray Gold, will be
I honored at the national conven-
i tion of the Workmen's Circle sched
uled for this weekend at Kiamesha
Lake. NY. They will be cited for
their effort- in the organizations
recent membership drive.
Delegates and guests from the
i Greater Miami area will include:
i Max Gleiberman, Mr. and Mrs.
Max Greenberg, Mr. and Mrs. H>
j man Goldberg, Mr. and Mrs. Philip
I Parkes and Mr and Mrs. Leonard
Zilbert

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Friday. May 1C
'."-3
Athletes Have Their Day At Y
Mrs. Byron Topol presents the first ByTcn Topol Memorial
Award for outstandino sportsmanship to 12-year-old Abe
ETrin at the annual Athletic Awards Dinner of the YM-
YWHA of Greater Miami. Lookina on aoprovinqly is Bob
Griese, quarterback of the Miami Dolphins, who also re-
ceived en award at the Y.
Dr. Wolfe Is New
President Of State
Optometric Group
Dr Jack B Wolfe rifl
Ikd u pre ice r: of th<
ptometrk a--- in OriaE Sat-
it ?. iber: Me>< r Hotel
Dr Err... h P _--::. of Mi-
ami, bsra
FOA. will be installing officer
oastmaster Dr. Bichard Dugan of
Clear-water is outgoing president
Dr Wolfe, who lives at 2020 NE
197th Ter.. North Miami Beach. :.-
<^n the board of director? of Beth
Torah Congregation.
Born in Philadelphia. Pa., in
1925. Dr Wolfe :> a graduate of
Penn S-ate College of Optometrj
He has practiced in Florida since
1950
He ha? beer, secretary of FOA.
and served as vice pre>:
three years. He was president of
the Dade County Optometric Aasi
for two vears (1961-1963). and
served as chairman of the DGO.A
B ene Fair Committee since its
inception four years ^
v. bis \>:fe. Butli an.-,
chile S iron, 18. ai
Dr. Wolfe has mad* le in
the North Miami Be...
ty for mar.v .
M. JACK I. WOLH
City College Alumni Group
Sen. Robert Haverfiel
the next meeting
. ye of New York Sooth F.
r Alurr.ni at 8 p rr Tuesda)
it the Carillon Koto!, it was 9
-1 bv Harry ZolsRIlick
the O ipter.
Nearly 700 young people jammed
the Main Ballroom of the YM
VWHA of Greater Miami to par-
ticipate in the Annual Athletic
Awards Dinner, to receive recogni-
tion for achievement and to honor
sports stars of the Miami area.
George Wilson. Miami Dolphins
coach, presented special awards to
Bob Griese of the Dolphins and to
Ted Hendricks of the University of
Miami foottal! team for being the
orofess'ona! and collegiate ath-
letes of the vear in the Miami area.
Bob Gallagher, spertscaster for
WTVJ-TY (Channel 4>. was master
of ceremonies.
The fir-t Bjfta Topol Memorial
Award was presented to the young-
ster who exemplified the spirit, de-
termination and good sportsman-
ship competing in YMHA activi-
:ies. The winner was 12-year-old
Abe Elkir.. who also received sev-
eral other trophies for athletic
achievement
Presenting *hr award '0 Elklr.
was Mrs. Byron Topol whose late
fa -band saa .) member of the
YMHA's r ard of Directors and
Cha...... : It 1 mmit-
tee. a former -tar athlete, and a
lal activil -
such a* Greater Miami Jewish
Civic League To
Install Officers
The Cfvu ague of Miami
Beach will I its 34tn annual in-
eers at > dinner
party S n *he Deauville
Hotel
Cocktailt I be served from 5
to 6 p.m. ::i Napoleon Room No. 1.
The -- ?.:id dinner par';.
will be in the Casanova Room.
starting at 6 -
Members will sec -he Pro.-.-
10 entitled. Stop th< World. I
it To Get Off Appi \ ately
2'>3 persors are expecte I at I
party, according to Di ner,
ic L*-a^ue affitnt
Federation and I'nited Fund.
Byron Topol was recognized last
year at the Awards Dinner for hi-
accompii-hments as organizer of
.he Greater Miami Temple and
Synaeogue Basketball League.
Efraim H Gale, executive direc-
tor of the Y." introduced Mr-.
Topol and her children, who have
attended the functions each year
at the *Y."
Dr. Alexander Tudor, director of
Health and Physical Education for
the YM-YWHA. and Milton Jasper,
chairman pro tern of the Y's Ath-
letic Committee, handed out the
trophies and cert :
Hundreds who had .
award, for their ad
during the past year
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Bishop Pike Climaxes
Temple Juclea Series
Bishop James A. Pike will speak
at Temple Judea Saturday at 8
p.m. as the Coral Gables conre-
gation rounds out its second an
nual cultural series at the new
Temple Judea Social Hall, 5500
Granada Blvd.
The retired Bishop of the Epis-
copal Diocese of California will be
making his second visit to South
Florida in IS months having also
spoken at Temple Judea during
ihe congregation's first annual se-
ries. Reserved seat and general
SEW. HARRY P. CA'V
admission tickets are available al
the temple office, according to
chairman Milton (ioldberg.
Now a staff member of the Cen-
ter for the Study of Democratic
Institutions at Santa Barbara.
Calif., Bishop I'ike has written
iwo books since his 1967 appear-
ance here. They are "If This Be
Heresy" and "You and the New
Morality."
Sen. Harry P. Cain, former U.S.
Senator from the state of Wash-
ington, will introduce Bishop Pike
answer period that will follow.
Sen. Cain, chairman of the Dadc
County Community Relations
Board, is a member of the national
board of the National Conference
of Christians and Jews and former
campaign chairman of the United
Fund of Dade County.
The 55 year-old Bishop Pike was
exonerated of heresy charges by
nis church last year. Prior to his
1958-(i(i tenure as Bishop of Califor-
nia, he was for six years Dean of
the Cathedral of St. John the Di-
vine in New York City, the nation's
largest church.
Bishop Pike has been awarded
'he Medallion of Valor of the State
j| Israel, Is chairman of the Cali-
fornia Advisory Committee to the
United States Commission of Civil
Rights, and is a member of the
Ooard Of the National Planned
Parenthood Federation.
Special Summer Rates
Furn. Effcy Apts. S60 Month
841 West Avenue Apartments
849 Bay Court Apartments
Call 532-6558
Oholei Torah Opens
Registration For
Fall Semester
The Oholei Torah School has be
gun registration of pupils lor the
1968-69 school year, according to
an announcement by Rabbi Abra-
ham Korf. principal.
Noting thai the day school's
rapid acceptance by the Greater
Miami Jewish community has re-
sulted In "phenomenal growth,"
Rabbi Kori said thai the student
enrollment Is expected to double
its current size in a shorl time.
He said that the school has at-
tained a reputation for excellence
in both secular and religious
studies,
Currently offering nursery, kin-
dergarten, first and second grade
classes, the school will have addi-
tional grades next fall.
Rabbi Korf stressed that the low
tuition was aimed at "maintaining
the Jewish tradition of making
available to all those who are in-
terested, the chance to learn about
heir Jewish heritage."
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CJA 'TELETHON'
RAISES S10,000
The second "Telethon" on
behalf of the Combined Jew-
ish Appeal-Israel Emergency
Fund was to take place on
Thursday with key campaign
leaders manning the phones
for the effort.
Arthur S. Rosichan. execu-
tive director of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation,
announced that a total of
S10.000 was raised at the
first "Telethon"' last Thurs-
day. Among the community-
leaders taking part in the
"Telethon" were: Norton S.
Pallot, campaign chairman;
Jules Arkin. Harry' Mizrach,
Abraham Grunhut. Irving
Rubin and Joseph I.ipton.
Library Announces
Summer Closing
The Central Jewish Library of
the Bureau of Jewish Education
will close for the summer on Fri-
day. June 15, and reopen the first
weak in September, according to
an announcement by Mrs. Joseph
Duntov, chairman of the library
committee.
Mrs. Duntov also announced re-
cent gifts to the library from
Mendell M.Selig. Nathan Brilliant,
and Ben Zion Ginsburg.
With a current circulation of
8,000 volumes a year, the library
now has more than 13.000 volumes
of Hebraica and Judaica as well as
records, film strips and films for
general circulation.
Mrs. Anna Sintow is the librar-
ian, and the library committee
also includes: Louis Heiman, co-
chairman; Mrs. Joseph Abelow,
Dr. Sigmund Fogler. Dr. Philip
Gotlieb, Monis Honlgbaum, Rabbi
Sol Landau. Max Meisel. Mis.
David Muskat. and Dr. Isaac In-
term an.
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Horses boarded, bought and sold.
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4,000 SQ. FT. $200
6,000 SQ. FT. $300
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63rd and Collins 866-4641.
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.n .1 Walk in iunlor and eli men-
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pit) water, newer* plut -n pump
nml Hininkler ytem Many worth
while 1 xlrur hicludinv .3 reverw
iiir piinditliinerx, heHUtlful
In.....-. Et< Eti
WILLIAM BREST, Realtor
Phone 685-3566
14647 N.W 7th Avenue
SALE
3 STORES
S.W. 8th STREET
$12,000 DOWN
KLEINMAN REALTY, BROKER
Phone: 221-5314
5 ACRES $995
FULL PRICE
$20 Down $20 Month
Near Oade's New Jet Port
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696-6631 Anytime
RESTAURANT
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PR/ME LOCATION, GOOD TERMS
125 Seats Completely Equipped
Call Mr. Nagy or Mr. Roth
From 11:30 A.M. to 6 P.M.
Phone: 448-9421
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Area of South Miami Hospital
Baptist Hospital, Doctors
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PAUL MOWREY, REALTOR
9301 N.E. 6th Ave., Miami
Phone 751-6291
NOW
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ceiling, choice corner, Dade's best
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Industrial Sites
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4450 N.W. 135 St.
685-5191
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1518 Ponce, Coral Gables
Phone 448-6549
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$35,000 to S500.000.
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At Beth Stolon
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: roup CaeaiMBMJ United States Naval Reserve, .s
bo* a: ?ere>moni5rs lest week rotsrriemo-'rr.r.s L^-*- Day
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---------------------------------------------- Celebrates Israel s
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Friacv, Mov
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Paqs 5-B
Dr. Miriam Freuncl
Is Hadassah Speaker
Dr. Miriam K. Freund. member
of the National Executive Board
and former national president of
Hadassah. will *> the guest speak-
er at the Mian;: Beach Chapter of
Hadassah Donor Luncheons to be
held on Mo::lay and Tuesday at
the Carillon Hotel.
Mr?. Fround assumed the post of
national bond chairman for Ha-
dassah and chairman of the Cha-
gall exhibit Siie was national
Youth Aliyah chairman for Hadas-
sah and now represents Hadassah
in the President's Club and is
national secretary of the American
Zionist Counc.
Mr?. Samuel S. Goldberg, pro-
gram chairman, has arranged for
the afternoon's entertainment, a
n.usical medley, featuring musical
director Dr. Paul Csonka. in a
''Medley o: Continental Music."
Joseph Papa tenor, Ariane Moore,
soprano and Effie Zamanes, mezzo
soprano will participate.
Ar. estimated attendance of 700
members o: the ;roups are expect-
ed a", each )f the luncheons, that
will c!o>e the 1967-68 year.
The Henrietta Srold group of
Hada-sah will .-. \; its Instillation
Luncheon Moodav noon at the Al-
giers Hole'.
Installing officer will be Nor
man Cimer.v councilman. Enter-
tainment by Joyce Farber. accom-
panied by Olga Bibor Stern.
DR. MIRIAM K. FRIUHD
Ave., at noon Thursday. May 17.
Mrs. Harry Platoff will be the
installing officer.
The Sriiloma group v ill have its
Installation Luncheon on Tuesday.
May 21si at noon in the Algiers
Hotel.
Installing officer will be Mrs
Milton Sirkin.
Mrs Joseph RapoapOrt is chair-
man of the da..
The Emma Laxarus group will
hold its Installation Luncheon at
noon Wednesday- at the Algiers
Hotel
The North Dado Eleanor Roose-
velt Chapter. American Jewish
Congress, was to hold a special
meeting in celebration of Israel's
-10th anniversary at the home of
Mrs. Ros,> K Hacher. 2163 NE
j 173rd St.. North Miami Beach at
p.m. Thursday.
i
j Guest speaker was slated to be
j Joseph I. Yanich. Southeastern Re-
j gjiona] Director, American Jewish
| Congress, who was to talk on
Twenty Years of Progress In Is-
l raelWhat Is The Future?"
The premier installation banquet
I dinner for officers of the Aviv
| Chapter. Florida Women's Divi-
; sion, American Jewish Congress,
| will take place at Wild Bill's Steak
House Saturday evening at 8.
Officers to be installed include:
, Mrs. J. Jerry Zeltzer. president;
I Mrs. Robert Goodman, vice presi-
lent; Mrs. Jack Rosenthal. secre-
tar.\: Mrs. Gary Carvin. treasurer:
Airs. Philip Singer, program chair-
man: Airs Paul Slovin. communi-
cations chairman.
.Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan, national
vice president. Women's Division.
and president of the Florida Wom-
en's Division. American Jewish
Congress, will be the installing
officer.
_. The Southgate group will have
The Itther jroup will hold its lfJ Instauatlon i.UIK.heon at the
nstallation Luncheon at the Forte Algiers Hotel at noon Monday.
Towers Ren rant, 1100 West .May 27
THE FAMILY OF THE LATE
ETHEL SHOCHET
: ifti :.-.eir deepest qratitude lor tha mar.v _kifta
exptts.s.onsj of sympathy end acts 6f kinjpAkc
i'arinq their recent bereavement.
Fred K. Shochet
Ray Birder
Esther Gardner
Leaders of the Temple Israel Sisterhood moonlight cruise
to be held Saturday evening, inspect the facilities of the
"Biscayne Belle." the vessel to be charted for the evenina.
Shown (form left) are: Mrs. 3er.jamin Gladwin, Mrs. Jack
Schillinger and Mrs. Howard Ulirr.ar.. The cruise will depart
from Jordan Mais.i Decks at 7:20 p.m. and will return abou"
midniaht.
Opti-Mrs. Club Will Hear Frank Branca
Frank R Branca, executive di-
rector ci the Children's Center for
Emotionally Disturbed Children
will be the guest speaker at the
regular general meeting of the
Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach at
11:30 a m. Tuesday at the Algiers
Hotel.
Mr. Branca was a professor at
Miami-Dade Junior College for two
years ana he will speak to
group about the problems andcara
>. the emotionally disturbed
and answer peri I
illow.
B'NAI B'RITH Social Si
will hoi I a dance at 9 p.m. Satur-
day at the Carillon Hotel. Miami
Women98 Group
Of Oholei Tor ah
Sponsors Picnic
Trip "onien's Organization of
the Ohol?i Torah School will spon-
sor a Lag B'Omer picnic from 11
a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, May 19. on
the school srotfds at 153t: Bay
Rd.. Miami Beach.
The event will celebrate the Lag
B'Omer holiday which marks the
end of the traditional period of
semi-mourning observed each year
after Passover.
Entertainment at the picnic will
I be provided by Jero Magon. pup-
i peteer. who will perform at 1 p.m.
Proceeds from the function will
j aid the Oholei Torah Scholarship
I Fund
Members of the arrangements
committee include: Airs. Abraham
Blesofsky Airs. Abner Esterman.
i Mrs. Michael Jacobovits. Mrs.
; Abraham Korf. Airs. Sholom Lif-
chetz. Airs. Morton Alayberg. Mrs.
Sam Nadler. Mrs. Gimple Orim-
land. Airs. Ruth Pollane. Mrs. Phil-
ip Rantz. Mrs. Charles Resnick.
Mrs. Abraham Safra. Airs. Sam
Sctaachno and Mrs. Berel Wein.
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 Doral.
No exceptions, even for guests
of the lessee. Now to October 31
occupancy for up to six persons.
The rentals are S500, $575, S650.
ISX)RAL0NlrIE-0GEW
Call Loretta White. Cabana Office, 532-3600
.4
Women Accountants Meet
Miami Chanter No.-" 75 of the
American gocietv of Women Ac-
countants will hold its monthly
meeting at 6:30 p.m Tuesday at
the Columbus Hotel. The meeting
will include election of officers
and a technical discussion of ac-
counting problems bv a panel of
the chapter members. Airs. Marie
Wallace is president.
>.>

The Students. Faculty and Officers
of the
GREATER MIAMI HEBREW ACADEMY
deeply mourn the passing 0/ 1 -
beloved founder and dedicated .
AARON S. LAIER
' tear 1 -e and clnlaVn be comforted ; scWerementi
."itioii to out institution 0...... ihimsJ
nurtured for the past nre.....<-'
"ABB- ALEXANOER S. GROSS MRS. SAM ROSNER
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Mrs. Wolpe Is Installed As President
Of Florida State Region Of Hadassah
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about
gathered for you
Miriam Beld
7 -vent'
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unread
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* .-tterHMnm ne -pernr- < mbout
I am try
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ornu by which m\ l/ft tl
I e sense of tto >i ipline
% rtablr "a* n? actompliih I did
tf .. (n < r- ft -,r
roe 'Tarnation *.m* their* Van I
Wtclrtude refresmn* '
V > MM \DNOOni. \1 SOO. Mk MM
snnafcnm. vvooM I Ml M for the*.
OAfc !> mni. nn -"SoDoid
Ii for the cnilo. the lens-aaa-eol
-hH -bo had betrated him and 3.000
ea>r\ na *f the ro>al father's anwanaL Peipat
* of toBaV* alienated vonta a* if
tarnation were a ne pnoaoawnoa. Bat
he proMeni K^oMismaa ik(u
~ veH ao>rrcn""? i \n>a>. I do not
strat that oar bo> and jir h are alien-
i*d- fo ate fhrv seem e\aberaMl> ae-
i >rJ ioniami)ir> minded.anare.Wasn't
reassuring fo watch the wa> die> re-
acted in Israel's hour of need? From the
want els cotk-ctinu nicVef- and dimes to
-tmoV-u- solunteering to ieo net*, our
cmfrnthMI undtdntthhrrohedmmne-
i >e eaaaatny. Snth commitment augurs
HI for tamorion .
/fir heart* art in the rtelit plate."
- ?<>; of AVmni kool'- reply, then
uktd "hy he did not cen'nre the irreli-
.- \ount pioneers *ho uert rebuild-
Hoh Land in the /VjT/'j. -Their
u M ore pure, idealiuic. They art
H. :; Jet Medly for the henefit of the
wmwmdtf. in the i oust of uttiai iuttite.
In good time they ill turely return to
h of their lather- "
Afmtm hile. let us return to the prob-
of ttnt mothers. Todav's with-it
mom can hriiiee the "generalion gap"
ease b i Bods hcr*e:
'..ng with the vocilerous pre.m-
. ce&o I VeaetableEaten Sohere
. onvfi-Masonc oos.
E66HEA0 S EGSPtAUT
1 can MVounee) teat* sauce
: i 3>awg -ushfoors shced
'jeopenoapec omon
1 clove ttriic. c-.s
1 tscs salt '. t ciiii
candaf. c-js"e . large egtp'an:. pa-ed and cut in
- -nch slices
Flour Planters Oil
Ih s; iKTpjn combine tomato s^uce. muh-
r...mis. oaioA. drlc and seasnnines. Bring
tn a nufl: cuter and simmer If minutes.
irrinji occatsionallt. I ncoser and simmer
5 m< ioal eKKP'ant slices ilh Hour and siu'i-
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cr bottom of skillet, adding oil as
r., d d. Drain ua paper tus>eK \rranee
i. ill egi-planl in a |i. auart baking
dish, lup with lulf of sauce. Repeal nilh
rest ,A eggplant and sauce. Bake in mod-
erate men 1350 F.i for 30 minutes. For
at* of eight eager eaters.
POTATO POWEI
w cup Planters 0
4 rnedium potatoes, pared anc '
I meduiir. omons. peeled and tlua.. sucad
p Planters Blanched Umonds
1 tsp. chopped pimiento
't tsp chili ponder
< isp. crushed red peppr '2 tsp sait
Hi-ai Planters Oil in large hean skillet,
add aotalucs. onions. Planters \htrmns
nd remaining ingredients. (oer: camfe
a*er medium heal, siarriae nceaslnnalii.
mmI 2nmmiMes.or until done. Ser>es six.
hUNNA ABOUT TMM
IS A STAHDABO BRANDS EXClUSIrE
uauavar for thc
IR1CHT YOUWfi Im-fJIMER
'of the
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j member>n:p of
11 455 womer.
AJao .r:stalled at the conference
v a? Miamian Mr< Josepii M.
- lent and Mrs Samuel
berg as trea.surcr Mrs. Stein-
; pre-ident of
the Miami Chapter
Seventy-five women of the Miami
attended the three-day
conference which had a central
BM o: The Wonderful World of
ssaJ Mrs A Arthur Pel
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the Cha,
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8 p.m Friday a- Washii .
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Mrs. Astor To Be
Women's League
Speaker Consultant
national
r,a::or.al speaker 1
-.'' ia) Spring
r'erence of the Florida Branch
National Women- Le;.
the l'n:ted Synagogue of Amer-
ica. >hich i* being held at the
^'ar:!!on Hotel Monday through
Vednesday.
Mrs Astor is a graduate of Bos-
ton University, and is currently
taking a course at the Boston L'ni-
Ci'altf Human Relations Center
in Training Groups.
She has been an examiner with
the Ma-sathusetts Civil Service
Division.
Local speakers to address the
conference will include Rabbi Da
id Rosenfeld of Congregation Beth
Moshe. and Rabbi Max A. Lip
scbit2 of Beth Torah. who will be
the guest speaker at Tuesday's
luncheon.
Race Riot Prevention
Is Discussion Topic
A panel discussion on "How Can
We Prevent Race Riots in Miami1 "
will be held at 8:30 p.m. Thursday.
May 16. in the Plaza Room North
of the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
Taking part in the discussion
will be: Dr. Philip Hauser. a Uni-
versity of Chicago sociologist: Sen.
Harry P. Cain, chairman of the
Community Relations Board of
Dade County: Howard Dixon. di-
rector of EOPI legal services: and
Lt. Harold Barney, former assist-
ant to the Dade County^ director of
public safety.
Dr. Ted Aidman will moderate
the discussion which is under the
joint sponsorship of the American
Civil Liberties Union. Miami Chap
ter: the Dade County Community
Relations Board and the Univer-
sity of Chicago Alumnae Club.

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Friday. Mnv 10. 1968
** fewfsJb HoridSan
?aqe 7-B
There Are Ways Of
Bridging The Gaps
By MARIAN SNEIDER
ill.' idaa world swirls and
tumbles like a jigsaw puzzlo
dropped in space. Behavior pat-
terns shift as fast as moving
lights on a screen and the pace
sets "P a ladder of generation
gaps. But the frustrations are
tolerable because there are
bridges.
My husband's grandmother
lived in her native Poland until
Hitler forced her to leave. Her
husband was dead and three of
her six children had already
come to America. She followed
Them to safety. The ones who
stayed behind were soon gone
forever, along with the life she
had always known.
Bubble was a tiny, wrinkled,
lovable old lady who spoke only
Yiddish. I loved her and it was
terrible for me not to be able
to talk to her. Whenever she
saw me, she smiled, hugged me
and held my face in her hands.
But we were worlds apart. How
could I know how she felt? I
could only imagine.
One day after she knew that
Stan and I were getting mar-
ried, she look the gold wedding
band off her linger, put it in m\
hand and closed my fingers
around it. She had tears in her
cms as she put her arms around
ns
As much as 1 loved the worn
an. this was the first time there
was a bridge between us. We
both knew what love fell like and
all the words in the worldin
any languagecouldn't have pro
duced greater understanding in
that moment.
Another gip was the one be-
tween my parents and myself.
My mother believed that little
girls should grow up in pink pina-
fores from DePinna's. lake music
lessons at Juilliard and keep
quiet.
It was a shock when my par-
ents found themselves with a
teenauer who lived in torn sneak-
ers, couldn't play a nole on the
piano, went gooey over uuilar
strings and had a big mouth. We
didn't understand each other.
But there was a bridge when
Debbie, our first child, was horn.
When my parents came to the
hospital wc shared the feeling of
joy of a ver\ precious tune. All
the dirty, old sneakers in the
world couldn't cover that solid,
broad bridge of understanding.
Debbie put me on the Other
side of a generation gap. She's
12 now and we don't always un-
derstand each other or like the
same things either. So. it was
with sonic reservation that 1
thought of getting two matinee
tickets to Irving Berlin's "Call
Me Madam' when Ethel Mer-
man came here with the show. I
was tempted lo take Debbie be-
cause the first musical I'd ever
seen starred Merman and was
written by Berlin aid I've never
gotten over 'lit thrill of it.
Bui times ..re different now,
Debbie digs the Beatles and the
Monkees. She doesn't walk, -he
gyrates. She makes me and bob-
b) socks and Sinatra .seem like-
well, seem like tuned out. I gol
the tickets anyway.
Halfwjy into ;he first act Mer-
man got to Debbie. She leaned
over to me.
'She's a blast. Ma." 1 didn't
say anything.
During the big duet in the sec-
ond act I heard Debbie mutter
under her breath. "Cool!"
When we got outside, I said,
"Well, how'd >ou like it?"
"I loved it." Debbie said. '"I'm
glad you're not square, Mom. I'm
glad you're tuned in to modern
stuff."
Another bridge.
JHA Schedules
Mother's Day
Party Sunday
Mrs. Jennie Gros^in-ier Will host
the a-inual Mother's Day partj ol
" Greater Miami Women's tUix-
iliary, Jewish Home for the Aged,
to be held at 2 p.m.. Sunday ui
the Home's Ruby Auditorium.
Mrs I.awrencc Silverman, pres-
ident of the Auxiliary, will deliver
a message of welcome, and Mrs.
Sol Silverman. life honorary pseei-
I dent, will bring greetings to the
residents.
Mrs Louis Makovsky is pro-
gram chairman for the event
which will feature Bert Duckman
as master of ceremonies.
Beth Solomon Confirmation
Beth Solomon Congregation will
hold confirmation ceremonies for
its ninth grade class at 7:30 p.m.
Sunday. May 26. at the synagogue.
The confirmands are Jae Cohen,
Scott H. Demsky. Dana Mark Gold,
Kenneth B. Golen. Donna P. Karo.
Krancine Kavenoff, Barbara G.
Matloff and Jennene Phillips.
Pioneer Women's ^
Unit Schedules
Birthday Brunch
The Golda Meir Chapter of Pio-
neer Women will hold a brunch in
honor of the 20th anniversary of
Israel's independence and the 20th
irthdav of the Chapter which was
organized almost simultaneously
\ith the state.
The brunch will be held at noon
Monday in the Algiers Hotel.
Mrs. Oscar Zeltzer will be the
hairman for the afternoon Re-
ina Balin will be the guest soloist.
Mrs. Isaac Pi:-hkin will be hon-
ired lor her twenty years of serv-
ce to the Chapter.
Mrs. Abraham Seltzer is the.
Chapter president.
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The twentieth anniversary of
i State ui is: iel was celebrated
..-: weekeDd at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel. Champagne cock-
tails preceded the dinner which
' as held in the Grand Ballroom.
The af/air was sponsored by the
Greater Miami Commtitee for
ihe State of Israel Bonds.
Among the guests was Mrs. Jay
Leshvtw, who wore a black iri-
descent metallic iabric skimmer.
". was sleeveless and had a
scooped neckline. Mrs. Shepard
Broad was in a black sequined
town with a decollete V neck-
Lne. Rabbi Herbert Baumgard's
-lie topped her ice pink satin
Fikirt with a sequin encrusted
fcheJ). Mrs.. Sam Silver's turquoise
tnilfon featured an empire waist-
tine detailed in the same white
fc.lk used in her coat, which fol-
lowed the skirt hemline to the
f.osr.
Mrs. Benjamin (Anna Brenner)
Meyer*, who gave the toast to
Israel, wore an iridescent se-
i.tiim-d jade green gown with
light pink sequined ilowers scat-
tered over-all.
Mrs. M-axi Weitz chose a Paris
fink and gold brocade gown. Her
matching cape was fastened with
f ne large button. Mrs. Jacob Rif-
kin made the silver knit ensemble
rbe was wearing. Her skimmer
was topped with a stole in a lace-
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Berti Am Youth To OHer
Original Musical Comedy
The Temple Beth Am Youth
Group, an affiliate of the National
, Federation of Temple Youth, will
U an original musical com-
Iv robot entitled. The Gradu-
ate."- at 8 p.m. Sunday. May 26.
Thirty-five teenagers will he tea-
I in the play, which was writ-
ten and is being directed by Joan
Schwartzman. Jerome Robinson, .
youth group director, announced
''' all proi e Is go towards youth
. tjects
like pattern. Mrs Saul Schekman
eh it an emb issed porcelain blue
silk crepe with a scooped, draped
neckline. Mrs. Benjamin Boskin's
blue floral print voile was worn
over satin in a repeat print.
Hot pink satin with floral ap-
pliques in caviar beads, sequins
and seed pearls was worn by
Mrs. Charles Leshaw. The fabric
was from Hawaii, but she had
the gown made here.
Mrs Harold Shapiro was in a
black and white floral print voile.
Her dress featured a high ruf-
fled neckline, and ruffles cascad-
ed down the front and around
the bracelet length sleeves. Can-
tor Nico Feldman's wife wore a
powder blue silk brocade gown
with a narrow band of rhine-
stones at the scooped neckline.
Ice blue with a waistline accent
in deep blue was worn by Mrs.
Sidney Ansin.
Mrs. Sophia 1'lotkin wore navy-
silk organza over lace. Mrs. Jack
Katzman chose a floor length
shocking pink silk gown, jewel
encrusted at the high neck and
at the hem.
White Chantilly lace over gold
satin was the fabric and color
combination in Mrs. Milton Sir-
kin's gown. Mrs. Effic Platoff's
gown was a silk brocade which
combined blues and greens. Mrs.
Nan Cohen was in a white and
silver knit ensemble. The high
neckline of the coat was cut to
expose the high cowl neckline of
[be dress.
Mrs. Miiton Green wore a silver
Silk skimmer. Her white chiffon
>oke was embroidered with iri-
descent sequins and silver caviar
sift uiajjed gutjripBJ em speq
Peshkin Donor Luncheon
The Peshkin Chapter of Chil-
dren's Asthma Research Institute
and Hospital will hold a donor
luncheon at the Hollywood Beach
Hotel on Thursday. May 16. to
honor the women of the Chapter
for their efforts against the dis-
ase. Mrs. Leo Frank is entertain-
ment chairman lor the event.
Head Start Art Exhibit
The Dade County Head Start
program will sponsor its second
annual exhibit of children's crafts-
manship on Saturday. May 18. at
the Northsidc Shopping Center and
in Saturday. June 1. at Homestead
Plaza in Homestead, from 10 a.m.
to 5 p.m. on both days.
Anna Quaker chose a shocking
pink silk and worsted ensemble.
The buttons on her coat were
rhinestone studded.
Mrs. Robert Weitz's white Swiss
organza was embroidered in a
geometric pattern with yellow
coin dots. The ruffled treatment
was at the neck and cuffs of her
long sleeves. Mrs. Morris Rabino-
witz combined white and yellow
silk crepe. Her skimmer was in
yellow and the open coat was in
white. The bodice of her coat was
embroidered with white and yel-
low beads. Mrs. James Albert
trimmed her white silk mohair
gown with white mink.
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Engaged To Wed
Mr. and Mrs Henrv H. Bear of
the. Strath. Haven Hotel. Miami
Beach, have announced the engage-
ment of their daughter. Rohan,
to Irving Granoff.
Mr. Granoff is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin Granoff. 1524
Meridian Ave.. Miami Beach.
A graduate of Miami Beach
Senior High School. Miss Bear at-
tended Miami-Dade Junior College
and is currently studying at the
Florida College of Medical Tech-
nology.
Mr. Granoff is a graduate of
Miami Beach Senior High School
and Miami-Dade Junior College
and is now attending the Univer-
sity of Miami.
Mayor Dermer Is
Speaker At B.B.<
Women Installation
Miami Beach Mayor Jay Dermer
will be gucsl speaker at installa
tion ceremonies of the Miami
Beach Council of B'nai B'rith
Women to be held at 8 p.m. Tues-
day, at the Algiers Hotel.
Mrs. Flo ,i s nick mill be in-
stalled as president by Judge Mil
ton Friedman.
Others who will be formally In-
stalled include: Mrs Anne Bauin
ways and means vice president
Mrs. Bernard Austein, member
hip vice president; Mrs. John
Benjamin, treasurer; Mrs. George
'Ginsberg, recording secretary
! Mrs. Eddy New-mark, correspond-
ing secretary: Mrs. Robert Litt.
j counselor; Mrs. Elsie Ledwitz.
founder-president. Mrs. Max Kern.
'parliamentarian, will be chairman
of the day.
* *
Mrs. Sinick will be chairman f
the day at the installation cere-
monies of the Chai Chapter, at 8
p.m. Tuesday, May 21, also at the
Algiers Hotel, when Mrs. Elsie
Givner will take office as presi-
j dent of that group.
Others of the Chai Chapter to
! be installed include: Mrs. Jack Ze-
j bitz, ways and means vice presi-
| dent: Miss Rae Mayo, membership
vice president; Mrs. Sally Simon,
program vice president; Mrs. Helen
Lcvine, treasurer; Mrs. Manny
Siegel. financial secretary; Mrs
Nat Katz, corresponding secretary
and Mrs. Ben L. Laschow, coun-
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Recently installed officers of. the Mount Sinai
Hospital Auxiliary are 'seated, from lef* :
Mtb. Norman Holland. Mrs. Martin Kurzweil.
hrx presidents; Mrs. Murray Kern, presi-
dent; and TiCe presidents: Mrs. Edward L.
Cowen and Mrs. Alexander Libaw. Stond-
mq 'JTom leftr. Mr. Sherman R. Kaplan,
.-man nomine-.:.- -ommittee; Mrs. Sam-
uel "A'.esen. treasurer; Mrs. Bertram J.
Thorpe. Lr.ancial secretary: Mrs. Lester
Ratsky. Correspondinq secretary: Outqoina
President. Mrs. Yale N. Levinson; Mrs. James
H. Ruby, assistant financial secretary; Mrs.
Raymond Feiner. ^arliamentcrian; and
Mrs. Bernard J. Spsctor recording secTetary.
Mrs. Goldberg Is Installed By Asthma Group
Gcrl Ze)n:ck Tni- .< -he only facility of it kind
The Miami Beach Chapter helps n 'he entire Southeastern part of
maintain the ptaBaBtbrepic. boo- he United States providing lonz-
s*t'nan Residential Treatment tern li patient care for -everely in-
Center in North Miami B'-a'h ^rtht# a^hmatic children
Mr-. Sidnev (j'Mb-rn was in
staiied tbi* '-*: I president of
the Miami Beach Chapter at -he
Asthmatic Cbiklren > F"o'jnda*:oa
of HorStU The ..illation wa
a" the home of Miami Beach
Mayor and Mrs Jav Denier.
U bee of&ei : .- ed- Mrv Mil'or. Koch honorary
Ethel Goldman.
Mr !'c .. Y. i I .oner and Ida Han-
let Mi Mac
lack Rosenblatt.
Mr Mr- Joe Gotd-
Mm San Darlt Mrs Max
).':'.: Edna Fin-
-r Mr MfltOI Fried-
i In Fein-
. trar
Board leaben installed were
Frank Dufine, Mn Harrj
i. man Mr and Mr- Izzj Karp.
Mr- Leonard Sholkin, Mn Isaac
sid< Mn Lillian Strauw, Goldie
Inj'it. Mn Irvin Weil man and
Arthur Teichner Is
Hew Marco Polo
Catering Manager
Daniel and Bennett Lifter, co-
owners of the Marco Polo Hotel,
have announced the appointment
of Arthur Teichner a- Catering
Hani bi
Mr Teicl.....r. uith more than
(went) eai .....i ience in the
i .,- ring field locally, wai also
active in capacity in n
eral European resort hotels He has
been executive -'""I consultant to
th' Miss 1 \ ind Miss I':.ivei m
beaut) en yean,
d instructor in food at
Mian i ij'!i J inior I
Mr. Daniel Lifter in announcing
the appointment, itated, -Our ca-
tering facilities for -.* ban-
quet i/ [unction" and the
like, are unanrpaMablc and with
Ml Teichner joining our staff, we
hope to have many more South
Ploridians avail (hemseives ol our
through his direction, Mr
Teichner wrill be available for pea
sonal consultation at any time, day
or niyht. to arrant- tor Large or
mall function! to your personal
ipei ifications."
Kern's Lumber Bloveg
Kern's Lumber, after 23 years
at it1- old address, has moved to n
new location across the street at
8575 NW 25th St. The fum pc
cializes in boxes, crates, pallet-.
construction studs, dag houses
and play bouses
Kosher Camp To
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tor of thi
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Among the many fac.iities at
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The camp i' staffed with ex-
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A well rounded athletic pro-
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rider.- May 10, 1968
+Jenist fk>ridli&n
prf,o 11-B
lew Boys Club To
'rovide Recreation
:or Underprivileged
Plai for the establishment of .i
|1mi>- club to provide recreational
|;nni educational activities for boys
I in underprivileged areas ol Dado
I County are beina studied by tin
Dade C immunity Relations Board,
|i; was wealed tins week.
The udy stems irom a proposal
made by Leonard Usina, board
i.iin .in of the Peoples Group of
National Banks, thai a club be
rounded to provide service in un-
derprh legeel areas similar to thai
currenl v provided by the two units
of the Boys Club of Miami. Inc
The Northwest unit is located at
1 Oil 15 N\V 14th Ave.. while the
Southwest unit is at 2805 SW 32nd
Ave. B ;h units are completely in-
tegrati d, according to Director
F. M Kline, and both provide or-
ganized programs for boys from
six thr- .igh 16.
I'sir. made his proposal to Rob-
ert S Miiis. executive director.
Comm lity Relations Board, with
an offer of a financial contribu-
tion to el the project started. The
North I ada banker indicated that
furthei funds could be provided
ater
Usina, head ol the Peoples Group
'if bar-- serving the northern sec-
tion oJ the county, has been \\
member from the start of the Boys
Club I undation. which owns the
proper-;, on which the Southwest
Boys -ib unit is located.
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Sunset Dr.
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Friday. May IC
Bga, Mrfyucdt
Susan Nevfeld
Susan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Saul Neufeld. of North Miami
Beach, will observe her Bas Mitt-
vah Friday evening. May 10. at
Beth Torah Synagogue.
Susan is a student of the Beth .
Torah Hebrew School and will be-
?ome a member of the confirma-
tion class of 1969

Stephen Gold
Stephen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Gold, will observe his Bar
Mitzvah Saturdav morning. May
11. at Temple Zion.
Stephen is a seventh grade pupil
at Glades Junior High School and
has been a pupil a; Temple Zion
Religious School for four years.
Mr and Mrs. Gold will host the
Kiddush following the services and
* dinner reception at Famous Res-
'aurant with guests from Califor-
nia. Illinois ar.d New York at-
endins.

Marshall Kinntr
Marshall Neil, son of Mr and
Mrs Ben Kanner. will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday, May 11 at
Temple Emanu-EI
Marshall is in the seventh grade
at Ida M. Fisher Junior High
School. He has won many awards
snd ribbons for swimming and
'rack.
The celebrant will be honored
it a reception in his home on
Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kanner and
Mr and Mrs. Albert N'aness. Mar-
shall's grandparents, will attend
he event.
Albert Levin
Albert, son of Dr. and Mrs. Leo
Levin. 825 Fairway Dr.. Miami
Beach, will observe his Bar Mitz-
/ah Saturdav morning. May 11. at
10:45 a.m. at Temple Beth Sholom.
Rabbi Leon Kronish will officiate.
Albert is a student of Beth Sho-
iom's Confirmation Class of 5730.
? *
Kenneth Snyder
Kenneth, son of Mr and Mrs.
\rthur Snyder. resident of North
Miami Beach, will observe his Bar
Mitzvah Saturdav morning. May
:i. at Beth Torah Synagogue.
Kenneth is in the fifth grade in
Hebrew School and will become a
Tiember of the Confirmation class
it 1969 His father, former mayor
f North Miami Beach, chanted
,he same Haftarah for his Bar
Mitzvah 33 years ago.
: A seventh grade honor'student
ft John F. Kennedy Junior High
!. Kenneth plays the drum
in the school band and orchestra.
A branch on Sunda> at the Eden
Roc Ho:e! will be given in his
honor.
Howard Malamud
Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs
Jack Malamud. residents of North
Miami Beach, will observe his Bar
Mitzvah Saturday morning. May
11, at Beth Torah Synagogue.
Howard is a student at John F
Kennedy Junior High School and
is a fourth year student in Hebrew
schoDl and a member of the TNT
club.
Following the services at Beth
Torah. a reception will be held in
his honor at the Barcelona Hotel
on Miami Beach.
Randy Nicholson
Saturday morning. Maj 11. at
8:45 services in the Main Sanctu-
ary of Temple Ner Tamid. Randy,
son ot Mr. and Mr- Eugene Nich-
olson jf 711 81st St.. Miami Beach.
will be Bar Mitzvah.
Randy is a student of Nautilus
Junior Hi2h School, and Ner
Tamid Religious School.
Gail Rosenthal
Gail, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Hersche! Rosentha!. 500 SW 23rd
Ave., will become Bas Mitzvah at
Beth David Congregation Friday
evening. May 10 Gail is a seventh
grade student at Shenandoah Jun-
ior High School.
An Oneg Shabbat in her honor
will be tendered by her parents at
Beth David.
Among the guests at the celebra-
tion wal be Gail's zrandparents.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Miller, and Mr.
and Mrs. Edward Rosenthal from
Boynton Beach.
*
Norman Schlossberg
Norman, son of Mr. and Mrs
Herman Schlossberg. 1432 SW 85th
I Ave.. will become Bar Mitzvah at
Temple Or Olom a: 8:30 Saturday
morning, May 11.
Norman i< a seventh grad.' stu-
dent a: West Miami Junior High
School. He plays baseball with the
Fiagami Khoury League.
Present among the out-of-town
guests, will be Norman's paternal
grandfather. Louis Schlossberg.
and his maternal grandmother.
Mrs Molly Zitolsky. both from
New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Schlo-sber^ will
host the kiddush Saturday, follow-
ing the services, and a reception
Howard Mofamvd Ceil unfh.l
Alfcerf lerin
Marshall Kanner
Kenneth Snyde-
honori-.z Norman will be held at
h.? home Saturday night
a e a
Marilyn Stone
Marilyn, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Stanley Stone of North Miami
Beach, w ill observe her Bas Mitz-
vah Friday evening. May 10. at
Beth Torah Synagogue.
Marilyn ii a student >f the Mitz-
Don Baker In
Organ Recital
The noted organist. Don Baker,
appeared in an organ concert Sun-
day sponsored by Victor Pianos
and Organs, local Conn organ deal-
; er. at 294 NW 54th S'
In his most recent album.
. "Curtain Time With Don Baker,"
Baker plays the new Conn Theatre
model organ, a modif:ed electronic
version of the huge instruments on
which Baker won his early laurels.
The Conn T.< atre model was
among the instruments played by
Baker during his concert.
vah class and will become a mem-
ber of the Confirmation clas- i
1969.
Shore* Stern
Sheree. daughter of Mr and
Mrs. Arthur Stern, will observe
her Bas Mitzvah during the Friday
evening services of May 10 at
Temple Zion.
Sheree is a seventh grade honor
student at West Miami Junior High
School and plays the (lute
school orchestra.
She will assist Rabbi Waxmaa
in conducting the evening
Mr. and Mrs. Stern will host
Oneg Shabbat following the
ices and a buffet dinner Sal
evening at the YMHA. with ml .
own meats attending in h
the celebration.
Sheree is the grandaughter
Mr. and Mrs Joe Roth and Mn
t'.esma Stern.
Winners To Appear
W men in Tuesday's primaries,
including runoff candidates are ex-
1 pectea to appear at an open meet-
ing at 8:15 p.m. Tuesday at Wash-
ington Federal Auditorium. 1234
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach
Harry Levy president of Voters.
Inc.. sponsors of the meeting, will
, be node: ator.
Mrs. Max Dinismcn (right' v;as the recipient of the
man of the Year award of Temple Emanu-Ei Sisterho:
a recent tea. Mrs. Leonard A.bromason, OUtCJOir.q -
dent, made the presentation.
wo-
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Fridav, Mov IP, 1S68
+Jml$i\ nririrtiicir
Page 13-B
Local, State Candidates
Start Runoff Campaigns
rur._:.
- race fo; I lie ] i
c n iminai! >n for the I nited
- Senate : m et Gov. Lt-
. : Attornej G
,: jUi. C iMfis had a small
.: a
i primary election re-
: in a nuirSer of runoff de-
ieions n key state races.
lie Tenth District race for
b< U.S. Hotue oi Representative -
31ton Gissendanner led Francis
3uckley but a runotf will decide
hat nomination.
In the races for Florida Su-
;Yeiii?'Coiir:. Joe Boyd and Rich-
art Cooper will go into a runoff
*>hile James Adkins and Vassar
."arlton won the nominations. Jess
j"a:bo;-ouj!h was the winner of the
Democratic Public Service Com-
nission ncmination.
Metro Mayor Chuck Hall and
>iirict 4 Commissioner Thomas
Olalley had no opposition in their
eelection bid-. Hardy Mathcson
>lames won reelection outright to
"he Metro Commission without re-
quiring runoffs. Ben Shepard was
I lected to the District 2 seat.
Forced into runoffs were Earl
Carroll and opponent R. B. For-
yce and Harold Greene and Dan
aniels.
Winners of State House nomina-
"ions were Dick Renick and Dick
lark with Stephen Butter and
oe Kershaw. and George Baum-
partner and Leo Furlong forced
ito runoffs.
State Attorney Richard Gerstein
-on in his bid for renomination.
In the School Board balloting.
Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers won
.ltright while mnoffs will decide
:he nominations for Ethel Beck-
Sam and Gene Davidson. Dr. Ben
Sheppard and W. Rolle. and
.rutcher Harrison and John
Mickey.
Appeals I ourt. and
liltoa : dman n in the
ourt race W. F. Blanton
.nation lor County
Ith John Ferguson
Dominic K- o forced into ;.
Lour: Judge.
Morton Perry won the nomina-
1 lion foi Small Claims Conn judge
.ind Jack Turner for Criminal
( ." judge
kVinnei in the Justice of the
Peace races ivere Charles Snow-
den. Ruth Sutton and Sylvester
Adair.
John Gilbert. Jay Kendrick and
Murray Meyerson won Outright in
the constable races with a runolf
lacing Ray Bradley and Harry
! Lima.
Rabbi Jacobs To Address
Lorber CARIH Chapter
Lorber Chapter of the Children's
i Asthma Research Institute and
Hospital at Denver will conclude
its season of regular meetings
with luncheon at 11:30 a.m. Tues-
day at Captain's Cache. 7400 Bird
Rd
The president and vice presi-
dents will present their annual re-
ports in the form of a skit.
Rabbi Steven B. Jacobs of Tem-
ple Israel will review "While Six
i Million Jews Died." by Arthur
1 Morse, and will also discuss the
Kerner Report.
'Dance Under The Stars'
A "Dance Under the Star-'' will
be sponsored by the Social Singles
Club at 8:30 p.m. Monday on the
pool deck oi the YMYWHA of
Greater Miami. 8500 SW 8th St.
The V Women will sponsor a I
"May Time Dance" from 9 p.m.
*o 1 a.m. in the Main Ballroom of I
the Y on Saturday. May 18.
Piano Is Still Most Popular Instrument
If you count the production of
rianos. the world's most popular
musical instrument, the United
Mates is the worlds most musical
country.
No other nation produces as
-lany pianos annually as the U.S..
ind nowhere do as many people
ay the piano as in America, re-
tons Victor Pianos and Organs.
300 NW 54th St.. on the occasion
(f National Music Week. May 5-12.
Here in Miami as throughout the
nation, the piano still is the most
played instrument, despite the
rapid growth of guitar interest in
recent years due to the surge of
rock 'n' roll, folk and country
music.
"The piano still remains the
most basic of music instruments
ind more than one out of every
fix U.S. homes has a piano." notes
Victor Piano and Organs. "More
than one out of every ten Ameri-
cans Dlays the piano, compared to
f-ne out of every 20 who play the
guitar.
"Despite the feeling that Eu-
rope is more cultured than Amer-
ica, the facts are that far more
pianos are manufactured and
sought in the United States than
My other nation on earth. And
f-ddly, the No. 2 producer of pi-
snos i; not Europe, but rather is
;apan."
Last vear estimates are that the
United States, for the seventh year
n a row. produced more than
200.000 pianos Japan was up to
'.JM.OOO pianos, more than half of
them sold in the United States.
Actually. Japan's piano production
has tripled in the last five years as
Part of a music teaching boom in
Japan, where music is a required
inject in ail elementary schools.
"The bulk of the world's pianos
're made by the United States and
Japan," according to Victor Pianos
nd Organs. "Oire American firm
ttakes more pianos than all the
'utput of European countries com-
I nned.
. In a sense it is strange That
|he piano has become the most-
P'ayed music instrument since it
. ,..-.-ii-i
is the largest and one of the most j
expensive. Perhaps the public's
passion for the piano is an Ameri-
CM tradition, since the piano as a !
symbol of aftluence, as well as of |
culture, dates back more than a
century." notes Victor Tibaldeo.
"As America has prospered, the
number of homes with pianos has
grown apace. Today the well-
furnished living room in a typical
home would be as incomplete with-
out a piano as without a sofa or
rugs on the floor. The piano is ac-
cepted as part of gracious living."'
While the number of guitars in
use has grown phenomenally in
the past several years due to the
rock 'n' roll boom, the piano
branch of the music industry re-
mains far and away the biggest in
terms of annual dollar volume.
About one out of every five dollars
spent for music instruments is ex-
pended on pianos.
Leon J. Eil (second from left), chairman of the
accreditation committee of the Bureau of
Jewish Education of Greater Miami, presents
the Bureau's accreditation certificate to the
religious school of Temple Sinai of Holly-
wood, which has aareed to ncceDt the
Bureau's education standards. Others takinq
part in the presentation are (iicm left): Rabbi
David Shapiro, sc ri.ual leader: Mrs.
Miriam P. Schmerler, educational director;
Jacob Mxrilowitz, imricdia'a Dait president;
end Sidney Key, rel'qious school committee
ccchcirmcn.
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1968
Jean C. Lehman
Succumbs At 63
.lean C Lehman, a Miami Beach
rvsident for 30 years active in the
real estate business, died Monday
at the age of 63. Formerly of
Cleveland, he lived at 51 N Shore
Drive.
Mr Lehman'$ wife. Mrs Frances
Lehman, is a feature writer on
The Jewish Floridian staff and has
been active in many organizations
including the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation and the Combined
Jewish Appeal.
Other survivors include a son.
Jere. of Miami.
Funeral services were held Tues-
day at Blasberg Funeral Chapel.
if AN UNMAM
Deaths In Greater Miami
ANAPOLSKY. IT,UI H 77th
Riven le hapel
BAER. Abraham, -; last lath 81
Lflaaberg Chapnl
BROOKS. Morrla. "I All Rd
.. abera hapi !
EDELL. luliu- A. i" 7!.....*n Dr
Rlveraide Chapel
LEONBEL. Mrs Roae. 77 S225 '"!-
- Av* Riveraldt ChapeL
WEINTRAUB. .Mr- Dora, >T
X Ba) ahore I i ; .rd. n Cl
WISHNER. Joaeph. 77. 7414 Byron
R apaL
alton, Daniel :. NE II Si
;-.t-.ti Chapel Interment mi Binal
KLEIN. Mr.- A.1.1.. S 7441 W
I I: I 1
LOSMEN. Hyman : 1741 .
Xvm ; -1
LOVS. Mm Mar "' ''- En Ave
;...|
MELSENER.
li ...I H
"EVER. ..;- Berl
-
POLON, Samu.
i: n
ROSENTHAL SXX
I Si
- II Oci
KAPLAN. 1, u -

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1 !n.|. I
KHASBNEH <' Ulna
.
KRIPPLE Mr. I... B 7J, sx\
1 H i i Interim Ml
LAPIOLS.
, -I .
ADEFF. \ .
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FEINSTEIN. I.
Av. Rlvi
LAMBERT. ... I 745 NE I*."
-
LUTKOWITZ. let.....!7 TI ". Byron |
A Bl abera ("hi
VARMORSTON.
. ..
shear ,y|. ;
RIvel

TmORNER. Mr* Fay. t
\ I: i era d< I
ARK IN.
li,.-1
HILLMAN
GERSTEIN, Ml -
KARBER M i.
1
LERNER
r, <1
LONINGER.
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SPIELMAN. .li- y. :.' .:: .. \ u

wit'E'i 731 Jam. -
\\.
Bartm. n ColllnH
At
KESSELMAN. H ii.'l-l R -1
Polni i;..-- i >r H \\" is. I r Chapel
RESNICK. Cl : Burlld
\\. Riveralde Chapel Interim
Ml Nebo
SCHOMER. Mr* Ida, Tj. 1300 Weal
A\.- Kis eraidi hapel
weiss. Jack li. 70, SMS Point Baal
Dr H \x\ Beyer '"hais 1
vanofsky. Samuel, BS, !M1 Poml
!:.,- Dr il x\ Beyer Chapel
BERMAN. Loula, 72. 1240 gtlllwater
I >r Rlveraide Chapel lnt.-rni.-nt Mi
Who
EISENBERC. Mia* Lillian M '' 76
K jl Si Rlvi raide Chapel
finger. Mm Man S. 7*20 Caralle
Ave BlaatM r^ hapel.
GOULD. I>.ui>. 75, >il" Ninth Bl
MaaberaT Chapel Interment Ml Nebo
MELINEK. Maurice, 77, -'....."olllna
A.< Ri\'eralde Chapel
RUBIN. Ml A I. II, '' > '
Ave Rlvei : I
TOWBIN. Samuel. M D.. 700 Villa I
Ave Rivera de Chapel Interment
M' N
EDWARDS. David M I Rd
Bla berg I 'I, |>el
FREEDMAN. In In* I -". 100, i.
. .In Rd Rlvei Id) i 'hapi '
FRIEDER Alei 74. 12)10 Bay Dr
Riveralde Chapel
GERMAIN, Mm Beatrice, 7! 1925
. 'alali Dr Rlv> raid) I 'li ipi
kanz. VVIIHam, 7'.. T7"7 Hawthorn
A v,. \. \\ rn:i i i 'hapi I
moore. Mra i..n." 71 -M n w ::i
81 H.,. i di I hnp< I Inl. im M
v. bo.
SMITH, Mra Roae, KO, ISJ.1 Pehnayl-
vanla. Ave. Riveralde Chapel
zakutinsky. Max
\ -. Rlvi ralde "hi
WEINSTEIN. Max, 70 ."..' Collina
Ave. Bla ibera I hap. I
WARSOWE. .Mr- Jennie R S9, 1200
Weal Ave. Newman Chanel.
KOPPEL, Ai. 86. isoo ColllnH \
x.w man !bap< I.
LANDAU. Albert K 67, 1013 S.W II
St. Nam man < hapel,
PIMS. Herman -Mr 71. 101 Ocean Dr
Riveralde Chapel. Interment .Mi.
Nebo,
ROSENGARTEN. Mra. I'm;.. 48. 111::
l*.mi-\l\...mi Ave Newman Chapel.
SCHNIEDMAN, Charles. 74. MC Col-
Una Ave. Rlvaraide Qiapel,
Shaffer. Mr-. Annie, 83, w;:i Col-
Una Ava, Riveralde I'liauvl.
ABRAMS. Ramnel, I SOI N \v
K'ch'li Av) Rlveraide rhapel
DANZIG. ', :.r. 19, :.:,.i Ninth 81
Rl\.-i-i"i.. ."ht
ENGLANDER Mm Tlllle, 71, 7441
VVaym \\-- Riveralde Chapel
GOLDSTEIN. Oeorari 00.5225 Collina
A\.- I'.i\ rrald) < hapi !
GREIER. Samuel I MIC Urn- Ave
i '.!..-';. m "hapeL
GUSTAFFON. \| -- I..-. |
Weal Ave Riverald) I fa
HERTZIG. 11 ,!-. -4. 171" e-ollim
a- !: i de l "hai
LIEBOWITZ. Samuel D 290a Col-
line Ave there < "haiiel
ROSENBERG. Mm Minnie W 79,
i I7.ri.. ., Ave Riverald. I hapel
SINGER. Adam, 2, 1*40 N.W
Ti r Kit ei xld) ham I Intel m> nt Ml
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SPECTOR. s muel, 7" I
A I: i-:.;, I *V
STONE. Mn Ulliar 7:
Ave I llaabei k- ha ;
STEIN. > i
Rlvi pel
VENZER. Herbert D. 44.
A VI Hi
ZAVON. Mr> Ruth ". 7.
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FOERSTER. Allen ; -
81 Rlvei
FUHRER. S \\ >7
Ter Rlverride Chapel lnt.rm.nl Ml
Nebo
GOLDBERG. I -..
GREENSTEIN. ...
\ Blai -
K ARDEN Bd
pel.
SIEGEL." si
I:! b) ru hap>
WINER. t. 4475 M
Second Ave. ...
GOLDSTEIN. Emanuel I -
Parl a Ulhtrow Ch
HORWITZ. a .
Wa
KUSHIN. : | .,.
Dr. Rivi
CO"EN I An
Bla :.|
KUNSTLER. i:u, i,.i

OPPENHEIN. M
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PALAV
VOLNGFIELD.
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Stai
FRANKI. Mra. II
\\. i: ..-..!
LEITER. -. .-..iin,- ,\%.
v.-w man hap. 1
MERTENS. Mm Hanna. '..' 7.. \......
Rd Rivemlde Chapel.
MESSINGER, Max, IV. Inland
V\.- Riveralde Chapel,
BARSKY. Meyer 7". 2115 IVaahlnRton
Ave, ) .onion Chapel.
BERGER. Mis- Cecilia, HI 9S40 Col-
Una Ave Riverald) ChapeL
FRIEDLANDER. Ramuel, 90, ITI'l"
N.E 10 Avenue, Rlveraide Chanel
LiNDENBAUM, Henry. M, li" list
Riveralde ChapeL
LINDENFELD. Mi>- Ann.-. .,:. River-
*-i.l^ CTiapal,
SLATER, fjeonre. 7' :-.' I....nar.|
Dr.vNew York City, Riveralde Chapel
TUMARKIN. Bllla, -:. :-.....*. .Ilin-
Av.v lordon 'Itapi I
Wtl.EN, Prank, i). i!". s Treaaure Dr
Uthffoti Chapel.
BILLIG. Samuel .1 7.'. :: 1 Collina
v Rlt -r-I.I.- "ham I
COHN. I n Mai A 71 I..-.. \ K |9|
SI Rlveraide Chapel
GURKIN. I'll.In.. Kt. I** 8 W 111 Si
Rivem d. .'m:.t.. i
lutsky. David M. 19, 1211 Alton
K'l Riveralde rtiapel.
VENDELSEN. Kin.- l \.hl:.|..l
1*1 Blaahem Chanel
PETT. Mrs. Ida, 77. 1*01 Ehrhth \>.
\ 'li.- I '|i:,i.. |
RASKIN. Nathan .1 72, M"! Cnlllna
\ i Chapel Inlermi
Nebo
WEISS, Hum 1021 Pennaylvanla
Ave. Rivem.....hapel,
ADEL. Paul i. 85. "v-i K Bay Har-
hor I Rivemidi "In. '
BERNSTEIN. Harrj 7-. :.:, Collim.
Av.- \'.in .r-.l.-l hap. i
FLEISCHER. Mra, Jennie, 71, IS45
i it. xel Ave ) lordon > hapi i Inter-
im 'ii Mi Nebo,
KAHAN. Ml Sonhle. 7 I, 1901 Collina
\ New man Chapel
TAICH. I.. la, 63, -"> H uhlan.I
i i:,\ eralde Chapel.
WINNER. I. in. S. ... 2295 V E 122
St. Nearmnn Chapel
ZOROFF. Mra. l.ii.i.v. 77. 20011 latbert)
Ave Riveralde Chattel
FREEDMAN, Jacoli, 77 I7M N W
i^* si RB eralde hapel.
hoffman. Mi- Oarrrnde K ME
I4S Si IJtbROW fhap.-l
KLEINMAN, Joe, 82, 2l S W ::.;
Avo Riverald. i hane|
PARIS. Morton .1 ':!. 20 Venetlon
W'.v v. ivmii ii hapel
ABRAMSON. Mra Soohln, R7, 238 18th
St. Riveralde t^hapel, Inlermanl Ml.
Nebo
ARMSTRONG. Pranola Thomaa, 19,
i". '. 'olllna Ave Gordon Chapel,
BRICKEL, Mra KMi. I. 7.1, E8SS Leon-
ard Dr. Rlveraide Ch>pol.
Aaron Lauer. 56,
Was A Founder Of
Hebrew Academy
Aaron S. Lauer. of 2865 Fa.r-
areen Dr.. Miami Kcach. a founder
and original charter member of
the Hebrew Academy in 1948. died
Thursday. May 2. at lit Sinai Hos-
pital He was 56.
A son of the well known Cantor
i Joseph Lauer of New York's Lower
| East Side, he settled here with his
amily 24 years ago.
Concerned with the future of
Jewish Education, he convened the
. iirst meeting in 1947 to discuss
and formulate plans for the estab-
lishment of the Hebrew Academy.
When the school opened its
floors in January 1948, Mr. Lauer
' became the Academy's supervisor,
a position he held until his death.
Mr. Lauer was also a founder of
the Mesivta Senior High School
and tile Hebrew Academy Mar-
garet and Olga Waiahaiu Girl's
in-h School.
He is survived b> hi> wife. Rose,
sons Joseph of Brooklyn. N Y .
liabbi Nathaniel of Cleveland, and
Howard of Miami and five grand-
children.
Funeral arrangements were
handled by Riverside, with inter
ment in Flushing. L.I,
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 79007-C Clark,
RE: Km.,I- ..f
Jt'lJE l> KISHKI.l.
11. ..,-. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Peraona Hav-
I inie t*la ma or Uemanda Atralnal H d
El -nt.-:
Y..u ..r. hereb) notifled and r. i ., preaent anj clalma afnd demanda
which v..u may have aantlnal ih^
tale .-f .in.IK D KISHKI.l. 'I- -
reaaed late ol Dade County, Florida,
to th. County .luiiir*'. l Dane County
..nil ill.- ii.. name in dupUVate and aa
provided In s.-. lion 7'.:; IS, Florida
staiui.-. in their offlcaa In the
t'ouiiiy t'ourthouae In Dade County.
I'|.,ii.1:i within !>i\ ralondar m-.iiths
i'r..m I he time >( ih. ftr.-i publloatlon
hereof, or the Ham. will barred
Dated ii >' V.irk. N. V. ilii> :"'h
da) at April. A l> 194*
SOPHIE ARKIS
KDWAKD A COHEN
Aa Oo-Kxerutora
Finn puMieutlon HiK N.........i
I ih.- l"th day "f Maj. 198
ARTHt'K l> l'i:.'Ki:i.M.\N
\ ttorne> for Co-Bjce. utorv
1 !"" Alnal) \ BuildinaT.
Miami. aTorlda
.". I A. 17-14-Jl
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'nTICE IS HKREBY HIVEN thai
It.- mideralmied dealrlnaj i> i
. Iiualneaa uml. r iha flctltloua num.
f ART WINDOW SH \l'l> ill IM4
\* 17. i..:r-.l Rtaeat Miami Intenda '.
..ml name wltlt the Clerk ol
i 'it n i '' ui' l lade "ounly,
Florida
1.17'..v DHOTZER,
tvnli Owner
MARX KAUEH
Mti.rn. \ i... Applicant
I I lluildlnit
xi nml. Florida
I :|
Sam Schulefand.
Was Founder Of
Temple Judea
Sam Schulef.md. of 2851 SW :!7th
Ave., a founder of Temple Judea
and a resident of Miami for 23
- died Sunday at the age ol
80.
one of the organizers of the
Coral Gables temple. Mr Schule-
land donated the first Torah to
the congregation and served on
the board oi directors,
li.' is survived by his wife, Anna.
two brothers, two sisters, a grand-
child and twogreal grandchildren,
Services were held at Temple
' ith Gordon Funeral Home
ii i nts,
ISAKBKR
HERMAN '
.
H.
....
I .
. if. \|t It. liarhei
- Mr Shin. Hoffmi.....i
' I -i. itduu [hi. Mra
Arthur l and ..i Rlanton, x i. ,,|.,, .;
ant ml. hll.ln .. rreal tr.....l.-hil-
dren Mr, I.:..-i.._- raa :. member nt
Maaonlc l^..lu-. ... is >( sianlon
!-.. the Ki'i'A Shrin. I...,li:,
..f Richmond, v.. and R'nal l*"t ih
I >>. 1 l.-- s. rvi....s were held al Xew-
man Kun.n.i ||.in.- Intennent Mi
\"..|.
NOTICE UNDER" -----"
FICTITIOUS NAME Li .
M.TDK | HEREHY t;i
'I'- u- d> raig-ned, ,!.-,,, I
under (he Hi th ""t"
i s.\,..|i .i.it.w H.
ROY ALE. and ixJsmi
H"xii:s..i Rt>LTH MM,!*
an ;.i Miami, Florida
er >;...! naatea um, ,|,,. ...
Circuit Court ..f i..,.i, .
TIIKiiAKU.Mnn.v;,
COHPiiRATIO.N xi u'
hami8andSiiik"i,n,,:
An..in. ya Li A|.|.|,, .;,,
'U'th Floor Dade Federal in,.
Miami, K!.....la :i:;i:ii
!HTs,

ID. .,
NOTICE UNDER
v f'CJITIOUSNAMEUA
SOTJCK is 1IKKKI.,- ..,,'\ ,
[he uudaraucned, dealrlna
buaim aa under the fi. imu
CORAL. fl.K.WKIts
al nun
Mum,
IXC
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 78839-A
RK Bal
IRA XX XTS. i\
I......
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
W\ 4 "red Ml Pel
ii i n i n xi

x'..u are hi bj otifh il
I I n -
; v..ii in.. \ havi unainal the
'. .f II (A \X ATS. '\
nil .'"u-.tx-. Klorlda, I.
I u ij.ii:.- i.f I ....I. "oil
i,l. me in dupll
Florida
th. 'ii
t'r.urthoU) Con
thin ah r i a from th.

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Mas x i.
MORRIS .1 .x ITSKY
x- Exe. aior
Piratpuldhni 'i i.f 11 .....
lay of V
Mi iRRIS I xx xtsk v
i:\- -u'.ii
imh i-i,. i. ... iiu
I
:
(oral Way, in th.- city
Florida, Intenda to reaiatci
in.in. with th^ Clerk ..f ii,
'..ui-. of Dade County pi. -"
Dated :.i Miami. Florida
of April. IKS
fi'it.xi. .-ii..in cu&akr .
BAHNBTT ROBINSON 11
Attorney f..r Appll.-ani
41" Concord Duil.lii.e
' XX Flaaler Htreel
Miami. Florida Jinn
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S :0l bt
IN AND FOR DADE C00NTN
FLORIDA. IN PROBA-;
No. 77987. C
Il RK i: late of
SYI.X IA i: IE) iRijk
I.........I
- 1NOTICETOCREDIT0--..
I All i i. .III. i .....; \]| p. .
ins clalma ..r i.. ,,i.....i v ;
i:- .,!.
You are hereb) notified hi .,...
"' ": Preaeu" an} lalma
iv huh x..u mn) hat. aa i
late ..f syi.x ia li ski iK)
I) .' !:,.!. .'. i P|,
' .uii'x .luilaea ..t |..,,|, ,
nie th. aamt In........
xi.l.-.l lii Keel..... 7:::
lilt) i III -I .., ..r .
Ill ;i |>ad. f um
v. 11 In i i lendar i
me of- th. i
.' the aame ,i ill I.....
I '.ii. n Mil mi i
' i i I'
IBANNBTTE H Ri
\. X.lln .-,'.'
1 'in: '.' '........ X
Pli uublioatloi r il |
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i.kxx is i" i". .iikx, i:-,|
x I \ \
S.-i v i; |7th Tet
Mlani i
EISEN. Mr. Ki.m.i.. |89 Ruclld X'.
Riveralde Chapel. Intermi'nl Ml
fried. Mra Ada, 65, SM s W \
Rlvi raid* Chan) I
HERTZ. Mr- Bather, 78. Ml N XX
'' Ave riiirdnii Cliapel. Interment
Ml \.i...
KARCHMER N'nthan K 88. i.;t; i,.i
lin^ Ave, ,\.\Mlli... l"h:.....1
LENOBEL. Mra, I..... 77 522.1 Col-
lina xv.. Rlvi raid) Chapel.
MILLER. Kitty, 7_'. 18X8 s XX' 2Ulh Si
rjordnn Chanel Interment Ml N.l...
RAPKIN. Mi- Benhii, 7-. 14", j.i-
ferann Ava Riveralde Chapel
RUBIN. Joaenh. B. 151 \ I: ._ >.
Oordnn Chap. I
SURKIN. Mra. Etta '! 7:-. 8t"! .'..|-
lin- Ave liln-i it Chntiel
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE C-UNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 789S8-A
i RK- I
|i WARD M 11 IT I:
.....:.-..!
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
. II
r .' i.. I .- :i.,
Sou an llfied
. il t> |...... I."Illl- li'l ..
v. In. h j "ii mil i li v* .li .i ih-
eatate i l> WARD \VH ITK di
I......i I lade oui 11 Phil Ida. to lite
ii Judaea f I lade CoUl ; x .-, nd
file the aome In duplivati and ... pro-
vlded In Section iUl, Plorlda ata-
Ultea, in iheir offleea In the Count)
t'ourthouae in Dade County, Florida,
within .|\ calendar montha from ihe
imi. ..f ilir first publleatlon hereof, ..r
' name xx hi i... bam Dated ..i Miami, Plorlda, 'hi. Srd
da) "i May, A.D. 1888,
AI1NKH I. WIIITK
ROBERT 1'. WHITE
As Executor*
Plrai iiuiill>iiti..n >>f thia not......n
ih.' loth day of Mux. I*f
HEIMAN and I'RARY
lix : Eugene i* 11. nil:.ii
Ait.'i-n. x i'..i Exi Ulora
Suite 101 Kleven Kitix Cl.lu-
ll -. S.W Flrai Street
xii.mi,. Plorlda 3SIS8
:. |o-i7 -i-ti
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S 'Tl.Rr
IN AND FOR DADE CO.
FLORIDA INPROBA-:
No. 73714.A
IN RE K
\'\ \ ;: .-. iTTI.IRIl ., k n
NINA HAK'KR .; iTTI.IKH
NOTICE OF INTENTION T r
APPLICATION FOR DISTHI3 TlON
AND FINAL DISCH
XI 'TICK hi rel all
It.'IM.I
.
IIAKKIt IJOTTI-1KII d.
thai 7th of )|
i .in I>-. 1
.i
ih.- of ..|
This ".i
ill X XII III" v. M
PIHST V x-'-n \ > '
PER ISAIA
I-,,,. .
SPARIIKR x \i, [{OSKIN
'
Miami Pa
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
VOT1CE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
ii underaianed, ileafrltia to -
i huaineaa under il fictltioua nami
of A I..XI A<-i:\KS .Al-IIA RITA ;,.
173 s XX' 1.1 stt.. I, Miami, I
Intenda in reflet ei aald nam.
th.' Clerk ..f ihe "'ir. tut Court ..r
Dade County, Florid
x R i-i i:a\'i\'i : inc
II xi .-. .| \i ii FRIEDMAN
x' tort.....
lii: (Weaninu, In.
_. s i: F .- Minml F
8-17-24-81
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HBRKKBY HIVEN i
:|.|.l.'l>IU.|l. .1. ,|.-'l |t|H .. iim
ii. i.umii. ... un.i. r ih. f.. i i" I.
of DRAGON LADY rOTPrTKEH
2018 \ K 144th Sir.-, i. North Mil
lleai h Intenda i" reaiater ai.l na
w-lih the Clerk of the Circuit '
of Dade Counts. Plorlda
HOCH-OIRONTIA, INC
n Win ROEMER
v iih-.ii> for Applicant
.... xv Plaaler Street
4 iv-m :. ^-1
hat
llL'.'
III."
lll
Illl
me
tn i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No 6718012
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
X X ONNE I. MHO
Plaintiff
x -
MlTl'R). M MIRi'
I.. f) ndant
Tl MtTHCR M .illl.< .
8401 xi. .1 or
I II..,!. Mil IHlMIl
Y) M ARTI Rl. M MIRi I
hi i eh) ii.! ui. .1 thai x i i 'om-
i for Divorci and that the Plain-
tiff .. heeklllff all riL'lil, lit!, and In-
lit Ihe i'i.'1-in I.-ki.IIx
.1. il.. ,1 .,.
lot II, Block 13, CORAL WAY
vii i.\i-,i: si:, ph .\ x HART
according to Ihe I'lal
i nrded In Plal It ok 7 al Paare
'.".. ."' the publi. Ri .'.i. ,.( |ii,,i,.
,'..ii in Plorlda
i". '..... filed im.....at \ -ii. and x >.ii
are r.-.iuii. .1 to serve .i op) ..r v our
Atisxv. "i ni. lulu,ii. to the Plaintlfra
ittorney, Ji IREPH ll Y) ii Si: 17'.
l-.iliin.ii. \\ ,.\. .....,. i; i.i,... plorlda.
and file the origrtnal thereof, with Ihe
Clerk of the Clrcuil IViurl > and for
Dade County, Pkirlda on or before
Ihi 1 I'h day ..f .Inn. 1968, nth) r -.
.. Defaull x\ ill I... tntered aualnal x-,.u
DATED, at Miami. ll..ii.in, ihi. ;
day ..f Max. IM8
K. B I.BATH ERM X \
Clerk <>f th. i 'ircuit < -.ui 1
Dade County. Kl.tri.l;.
IK I. S DePfETRO
8417-24-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT C "HE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY, F'_?=>ID*
Case No 68-6936
IASIIA IA.IIMAV
Plaintiff.
x-.
MARIA RACHMAN.
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: MARIA RACHMAN. !'
Residence unkimwn
You. MARIA BACHMAN,
bv notlflad that a Complaii 1
\..i, ii.,. been filed aifalnal
\..ii art required i" aerve .. W
x..nr Anawer or Pteadins to i,:
plaint -ii the Plaintlfra
s.'ll I issci.. gCHER fIRi --
U11...I11 Rood, Miami llea
..n.l fik the nrlKinal Al
I'h'a.lliiit In Hi. off a of th.
the 'in mi '"ini .1 ... bi f. 1
day "f .Ui".'. 1988 it you
.... Judicmi "i h) 1.. fauli .
x ..ii ...r the relief d. I
. Complaint for Dis 1
Thia shall be put
. a.'ll v. .-li f,.r four 1I1
u .-.k. 111 The l.x\ 1 h l'"i '
is INK nnd IIR1 lERED .11 M
rida .thia -1 ti da) | xi 1
1: i- 1 K xtiii:i:xi \\
U|| ,-.,,1 rtadi Coui
R) I. SNEKDKN
I l.-PUIX 1 'I. '
s. 111 1 ss 1:1 Kt'HKH ft '
\. PI
...-. Mncoli It d
Miami ii- '1 Florid
U) IERR1 x a ROSS
CIRCUIT COURT. ELEVC'.'H
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT DADE
COUNTY. FLORID-1
No. 68-7009
NOTICE BY PUBLICA
i:i.l. 1 A I ZA1 'II.I.A
Plaintiff.
\ .
Rl IRE xi UtIE 'Al XXI ill.I.A
I lefendanl
VI il' Rl >SB MARIB CA1J5
t4i.. si,.if,.;.1 Street,
!. H) :,r, 11.'Ill,, il 1.. -' H '
kour anawer to Dlvon;.
filed airalnHt you on Pbuntli ..
x. CBOltnE Nl.-H.il.xs '
llth Ave Miami. Phi and :
mil xxilh Clerk ..f this t "Ur
before June IS, I9W. """
i.iniiii .11 1.......nfeaaed by vu
Dated, Max- S, IMS .. .
E I! I.BATHKRMAV '
l!v K M l.YMA-x
Oeputx Oark .. ( ,
I x
.


May 13. 1968
+Jen1ti fhrkHav
Page 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY.
No. 63-^.00
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
,! u.i.KTTKH HARM GARCIA,
Plaintiff
HHISTOBAL GARCIA,
. m CHRI8TOBAL GARCIA
Box H29
Crystal Hay. Nevada
y.,U OHRISTORAI. C.AROIA. are
bj notified Hi it a Mill of Com-
t for 1 livor... hns been filed
you. and you are required to
,er\e a copy of your Answer or Plcad-
ii; to the Bill of i omplnint on the
Plaintiff* attorney, PAfl, KwrTNKY.
I.,, ijncoln Road. Miami [teach, Florida
.i(i file the original Answer it Plend-
. it in the office of the Clerk of the
On-all <*ourt on or before the 2:'nd day
r.i May, 19**. If you fail I" do no
ni.lenient hy default will be taken
Kg ,:m>i you for Hi- relief demanded
in ill" Rill of Complaint.
Tnifl notice shall be published once
,,(l(i week for four consecutive weeks
In THK JEWISH KliORIDIAN.
[MINE AND ORDERED at Miami,
oi da, this 12th day of May A.D.
K. R. LEA TURKMAN. Clerk
c n uit Court. Dade County. Florida
Hy: I. 8N KKUEN
Di imty Clerk
p.\i I. KWITNKY of
BII.\ I3RSTBTN. KV, ITNEY &
l II PISS
' i'ii Beach, FtorMa
:' Lincoln Ron11
4 U'-l'K :, :i-m
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-5855
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I'.TO GARCIA,
r lintlff,
\NA RUIZ MtCIA,
i.iMi
DIANA HI S (MKCIA
Playa Bl o -- \
i i ralillo, i...s \
Cuba
Y'u. IHAN \ RUIZ GARCIA are
ttj i.otifi. .1 thai .i Bill of Com-
,mi for Divorce haa been filed
.must you, and you are required to
.. ,,py i.ur Anawer or Plead-
u to (he Bill "f Complaint on the
Plaintiffs at .1 >. LESTER ROG-
ERS, ESQ., :"- N.W. Mtli Street.
Miami, Florid; II1M and file the
icnial Anewei or Pleading in the
flea of tin Clerk of the Cirauil
Court on or before the 22nd day of
Bay, 196k. If you fall t" do bo, judg-
t.-nt by default will be taken against
u for the n lief demanded In the
i of Compli i
This notice Khali be published once
I ii v,i- i, for four conaecutive weeks
THE IKWISH FI.OKIDIAN.
DON! ND ORDERED at Miami.
lu, tin- 15th day of April, A.D.
MVBHU
LEGAL NOTICE
BY HENRY LEONARD
"Regarding ihe world, Max, I d 'airier
be wrong about my optimism than
oh; with your cynicis1
Ccr" ir?8 Doyenu Pr .tiom
LEGAL NOTICE
I
N
:-
r>i
E 1. I.BATHBRMAN, Clerk
milt Court, Dade County, Florida
n> N K. HEWETT
l>< nuty Clerk
uit i urt SeaT)
-THK RUGEK8, BSQ.
W |th Street
,ml, Florida SI! 6
4-ls-2i> r,/3-10
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND "OR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 7F266-C
Bstati
REKO, a 1. 'a
Srt.MII'l tIDl.DBERG,
. d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
' dllOl UMi All !' i-..-. H i\
alms ii Demands Ateal inl Said
u are hereby notified tnd renuir-
ar< al nis and di
h yen ma] have against the
- ot JEN Nil- III 'i.PHKItt I a k a
S.\MI Kl. i.i HJDBBRG di
I ita of Dade Bounty Worlda,
Count) Judg.....t Dade i aunt)
! I. the sain- in ilunlii; and a*
.1 ,i, s.-i linn 183 IS, Kloridn
p ill, ir offices In 'hi i lount
..... id Ii.ni' I '"'iM v. Florida,
i. ..ii iiicMihv In m the
of the first publication horeol
Bami 111 l barred
'. rtl, A l> IMI
MARGARET G ROTH
1. FREDERICK Gf>I.DUEI
SAN FORD II (JOLDBB1
As I'v; ''i'
RLKOWIT2, rORRIOAN
'ROMBERG, FROMHBJRG &
tOTH
iori'c\ < u r Bxei ninrs
IVesl Fl igler sti. .-t.
It Plot Mia
4'li-.'
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
CF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY
No. 68-6258
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ORES i 'A.\in:Kl.l..
Plaintiff
vs
ROGER I >.\ I .!: CAMPBELL
I lefenda-nl
TO: ROGER DAI K CAMPBELL
Hesiii, nee Cnknown
You. ROGER DALE CAMPBELL,
are hereby notified that a Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce ha been filed
against yotl, and you are required to
aervi a ropy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Hill of Complaint on the
Plaintiffs attorney. PAUL KWIT-
NKY. 4^0 Lincoln Road, Miami Reach,
Florida and file the original Answer
or Pleading In the office of the Clerk
of Ihe Circuit Court on or before the
29th day of May. l!iKS If you fall to do
so. judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Hill of Complaint,
This notice shall he published once
each week for four eon-e. lit iv,- weeks
In THK JEWISH FLORIHIAN
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami
Florida, Una ilSnd da} of April A.D
1961
F H I.KAT!li:itM.\N
Clr uil Court, Dade County Florida
Bj l. 8NBED '
l leput) Clerk
. t t 'tit Court S-all
PAUL K\\ ITNEV of
SILVERSTEIN, KWITNEY &
flOl T'lSS
110 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida
\t;.n ;i.a h for Plaintiff
I I 10-17
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COI.NTV JUDC-E'S COURT
IN AND f OR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 706-18.C
IN RE '. -
ARTHI II HELL,
lie. e.....;
j NOTICE I 'i' INTENTH IN O MAKE
APPLICATION FOR !..- IBUTION
AN|> FIN \l I' -II
NOTICI her h that I hnv
I
filed a Fll i1 "
Diatrlbutloi .': Fll
Administratrix oi tin
ARTHUR MITCHELL. !.-
that on tin 24th day of \i
apply lo tin i lonorabli i "m
if Dadi < ".'tint.'., Florida, I
"Inal Report i"i I
final dlsi In.lit'
Of -ai.
tion ntn
Htratrix
named
the '-UH'
lie..-d. III. TlllK
April. Is.is
KI'LA M \i V! OR
DUNN ai d JOHNS* '-'
Attorney
418 Bin iyt Build g
Miami. I ridl
tltlon for
hare,. ,,.
state of
nod: and
l!S8, will
ity JudgAn
approval
dlstribu-
Admini-
e above-
'1 day of
.3-10-1"
NOTICE UNDER
FIC ITIOUS NAME LAW
notici, i< HEREBY GIVEN Ihut
le underslgnod, desiring lo engage
butrinet* under the fictitious nuim
QUEEN cole APARTMKNTs: al
1 tnd in 'r.i: Drive. M'.iini Beach
lals te register said imni" wi'li the
rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
inly, Florida.
JtlLBS M, KAY
MOle owner
ll.RERT .1 ZEMLOCR
orney foi Applicant
Rlscaym Huilding
- 'ii i. Florida
4/2-5/3-10
CIRCUIT COURT. ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIR: JIT DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
No 88-jJ'O
NOTICE BV o.SLICATION
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Plaii
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 78593-A
Betati
Hi WARD MACK
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
. Yedltni rt Ml ;. r-. i Hav-
ing Claim' '. Dim: idi Agalnxl Bald
i luti
U are hereb] lifted nd required
. '..I di
v..n ma) igali
ol ni IWARD MAI "K di
I,,!.- ,.! He; I'l I III! New l.'l-.'V
-,, i i unty Judg. ..I >ade t'.'.iiii\.
and till the sum In duplii iti
lirnvided In 16. Florida
statutes in their offire hi Ihi ounly
i !! iiouaa In i lade I 'ou Plot Ida,
within -ix calendar tnonthH fri the
ol .ii.- Inri publicalIon hi i>of,
ui Hi, name will bi bai red
. i ,< Miami, Floridu
duy of April, A n :
PBTBR RSCHAR] I M A< K
As An, ill..i v I IXI Utl i
I' rsi inihlnati. on
";. 26th day ol I
MYERS, KAPLAN I IIT1 U
Attorney lor
;>. utor
i ir,fl s -.\ lei
i Florida, 38130
I
: RCUIT COURT ELEVENTH
. UDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
Ne. 68-2353
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
l, l.. MILLER
tiff.
IO uNA MILLER,
Defendai ___
ViT RAMONA MILLER, are potr-
rii d to eer r your answer to
. c impUInt I ,ln??U,
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IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 68-bOM
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
LEI INARD VAUOHN
Plaint II
vs
VIHHI.NIA V MX .111
Defendant
TO: VIROIN I \ VAUfJHN
Renldi -1'iwn
YOC, "IRC.INIA VAUOHN, are
hereby notified lo fill your anawer
to thin dlvon with the Court's Clerli
I mall ii ipy lo I'l. nl :'; innlir-
-._ .i : i ''. -.' the 29th
lay of M mplalnt will
bi taki .1
Dated Miami Floi 'bi-; mih
day of Vpril IINM
B 1 LBATHKRMAN.
Ctn mi i
Hi c. p c
i mnuty Clerk
'...... 'ii.i.,M;-
Attoi ne.'' for 'he Plaintiff
t',110 N \V "
Mi.mi.. Floi Ida
A 7
NOTICE. BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CiPCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV
No. IJ8-6775
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARTI '. BNT1 rRK A,
1 lal
i: \si m ANTHl EW L.LA.
I'ef.i .1 '
TO OA8PBR *N1 HI
VKV BL1 v
i.ii'C-ii'ii Inn
i: t)aJtn
Ojleene, N"". Vorl-
Tou, flASPBR anthi ^ WEN
TURETjLA. are hereby notified thai
a Hill of Complaint for D has
i, en flli .1 against you and u art
required t.. nerve a copy t your
Answer oi Pleading Ii Ihi Kill of
Complaii ."I tin- I'l.i" Hfl (torney,
Nl'.l..\\ s\\ BET, 11 I Rd
Miami Bi in h, and file i iglnal
Answer .. Pleading In II office
f the k or the Circuit Court on
,,,- befon the B day i I June, h>G8. if
you fall to do -'. judgmei l hy default
Will be taken against you for the
relief demanded m tha Hill of Com-
Thl notice -h..n bi puMmhed once
u h wee* for four eonaeentlve weeks
i THE JEWISH FIORIUIAN
DONE *ND ORDERED nl Ml il '
.,. this 30 day Of April, A.D
B B LBATHIIRMAN <'<,-'k
IrCUII c.-l-t fa..... 'i' tj I
ut\ Clerk
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NE1 AN SW ''*
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
N. 78809-A
In RE: Batale of
Ll'DWia VOOT
lie. .;,-..I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person*
Having Claims or Demands Against
s..ai Estate
Vou are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the
state ol l.riiWKi VOQT deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.Hi. Klorida Stat-
utes. In their offices in the County
Courthouse rn Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof, or
the name will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 18th
day of April. A.D. IM8,
KURT WKLI.ISCH
HIT AI.MKHIA AVENUE
CORALQABLBS, FI/lRIDA 331:14
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
tlie 26th day of April. 1*68.
KURT WKLI.ISCH
Attorney for Estate of
LCDWIC, voc.T. lie, eased
187 Almerla Avenue, Coral Oablea,
Florida.
4 M 3 "I-HI-IT
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 08-6601
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
DORIS LIMA SUAREZ.
Plaintiff.
MARC08 ANTONIO SUARBZ,
I .eleilllaill
TO: MARCOS ANTONIO SUAREZ
. ., Winsiooii Mills
I i.i. !..!! a. I;. N'ew Jet -
you, MARCOS ANTONIO SUAREZ.
. !.. i. i in I tie. lull il Bill of Com-
plaii t f..r I ilvori ha- I"', n filed
agulnat \"ii and you are required to
i. : .; o|.\ of yi r Plead-
ing to the Bill : ilalnl on the
Plnlntlffi ati.'tn.: I,win i : CHRI-
STIE, -"' IHacayi I ;. evartl, Miami.
Florida Sam and (Hi ihe original
r or I'lea.ii h ff..... of
the Cl.rk of the un nn or
i" the 3rd da: mi MS Ii
you tall i" do .. ; h> de-
fault will be taki u for
the relli t demot U the BUI of
t tompialnt.
This notice sh. blished once
each, week for fnu i ...'.. iveekB
in THK JEWISH i.'ililTilAN
DONE AND ORDER] I at Miami.
Florida, this 2Kth .. ;. of April A.D.
Is 88
Circuit Court, Dadi lounty, Florida
B B. LEATHBRMAN, Ilerh
By: I-' M .VMAN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit <'<:::' Seall
IKW IN 'I CHRISTIE
Attorney at Law
_r,i, nisi ;o in- Houl nd
Miami. Klorida r..-..-.~
Attorney for Plalni _
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
+Jew isti IfhjricOiiair
solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial 373-4605
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 78465-C
In RE: Estate of
JOSEPH VVACH8
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
KMato:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and deina'nils
which you may have against the
estate of JOSEPH WACHS deceased
lale of Dade County. Florida, to thn
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Sertion 789.16. Klorida
statutes, iii their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade county. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
tin. of the fir-t publication hereof,
.a I he sain,- u ::l be barred,
Dated al M m Klorida, this 23rd
day of April, A >
DANIR1 ; SATIN
,\. I'm i utor
Kind publli .. i ibis notice on
ih. 2th .lav rtl, IMS.
DANIEL SATIN
Al lorney for I '.> -
::! 'ity Natioi -;k Bldg,
Miami. Klorida
4 2ii-' :!-1-17
NOTICE BV PL'BLCAT ION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
Or FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. K
SUIT FOP C VORCi
VALERK'BBREZ
Plaintiff
i.....M.INA HKi: .. I | REZ,
I lefendant
CATALINA HF.1C. iNDBZ PEREZ
11. 11 I
V ii. .'ATM IEI Nl .'.
PE1 re he. > o. notified thai
of mplalnt for DI' ....
. I | tlKt you, '.;
... youi er or Pie;
Ing in ihe Bill ol ...
: fs ntloi I '
1-1 i| ACK IT." W 'Hi -"
Mian Florida d I
: il Answel ...a-
off i nl ihe ciei. iiein' Court
00 fore Ihe 2
! '. you fall lo do o lui 8
.1. n di be
Ihe Ilef den:;,..'.' -1 ii Lhi I
POmi aint.
'i i, notice Khali I I ublb I i
each week for foui Itive weeki
in THE JEWISH Fl ,ORIDI
l)i' ME A ND ORDFHE1
1 ii, B in of April
'.'.I '
i U I.EATHERM VN. Cli
Clr. in Court, I
By: C. 1
Ii. inn-. '
(CM '< a Seal)
Me : I di
Attorn. for '
171 W 7th H
Mi. no Kli '*
4 .,.
IN THE COIN" .'. DGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR CADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. "o8-M-B
In RE: Eftati ol
ESTHER Kl l.IINS
a/k/a ESTHER J1NSKT ___,
I ie,-eased
NOTICE TC CREDITORS
To All Creditor* 11 ii Ml I'enmne H
Ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Batata:
You are herein lifted and requir-
ed 10 present any !. mis and demands
which you ma; ave ucninst the
estate of BBTHEH xo.iinsky a/k/a
ESTHER B. KOJINRKY deceaaed
late of Dade County. Klorida, to the
Countv Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro.
vided In Section 733.Hi. Fiorina
Statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida.
within si* calendar months ftnii the
lime of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barrel
Dated at Miami. Florida, this U4'h
r.av I April, A D. ''*.
JACK M l-TNK
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
1 rn : th day of April 196*
p v Xi 1: PINK KORMAN
\ '.'. \ for Administrator
iso; 1 -i-nci 1 -- Building
Miami. Florida ,.
4'j S'3-lfl-17
n yr :e UNoen
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCU'T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OT FLORIDA IN AND *CR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-6i77
SUIT FOR DIVOFCE
DOROTHY M llllu N
Plaintiff,
vs
S. T. BROWN,
Defendant.
TO! B T BROW N
Kesid. nee t'n." .vn
You S T BROWN ire hereby notili-
. 1 thai Bill of Complaint for Divorce
hai b filed against you .-id you
. uired to scr*e a co|
idlng 1
Ml
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ind I
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BSQllIBB
i-iig
ilorlda '
1. foi Plaintiff
B/3-10-11-14
NOTICE BV r.BLICATION
IN THE CIRCL-'-T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV IN CHANCERY
Nc 6F-63E5
SUIT COS DIVORCE
HIKE BPPS,
tiff.
vs
HAROLD \V Kl -
1 >.-i. ndant.
-, ij c. 11 Ri D \V EPPS
1 71 _
|T. 8. NA\ 'I.ITY
|.' l> 1 1 \ v 1
Tou. HAitoi.i .'.- BPPS, an ha -
by notified thai 1 :'iii of Cnmple
fi i- 1 ilvorce ha> be< 11 led agnlt u
and you an reqult ed in s. n 11
... your Answ.. I'lea.ii k to Un
Hill of Comnlal lhi Plnintll
rney, IRWIN (I CHRISTIE. SI 1
vne Itouli vnrd, Mian- KI01 1 1
T and file original I or
. ..,, B 1.1 thi ol Ii of ihi Clerli ol
he en-, uit Court n or hi 11 e
.-1 ,i:,\ ,.i \i.. IN you fall to "1
.... ktdgmeni nil will bi Ii 1
..en- -1 you for b. reHof demanded
Bin 01 'ami Inl
Thi- in tlei ; I i"- iiuhllsb. d -
. ... h 0 ei 1 foi 1 -.. ni. weel
,1 THE JEW IRH i IRTP1 \.N.
Di ivi-: \\|. 1 IRDERED nl M
. tliis 34th daj of April
'" 1: It 1 BATHERSM n. clerk,
1 'In uu 1 ';> Di i' I'rni 1'
Bj i' P 1-''.H.A.Nll
11.
11 Mrcull 'out t Si
IRVi in .; CHRISTIE
Attorney al I-"
1650 Riacayni i<- uli vardl
Miami. Klorid
*/2li
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 75937-C
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-- be OF INTENTION TO MAK
APPLICATION "OO OiS-RIBU^ION
AMO FIN > 0 ;:-lRGE
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