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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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' ^Jewish FlorMiani
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
:!ume 41 Number 20
Miami, Florida, Friday, May 17, 1968
Permissive Jewish Parents Drive Kids To Drugs
fflV YORK (ITil__ BmoSuI.. >u. ..... _. .. (-7
NEW YORK (JTA) Permissive
attitudes toward children among
Jewish parents and pressure by-
such parents on their children to
e\cell scholastically and socially
were cited this week by three au-
thorities on narcotics addiction as
factor! in the growing narcotics
.ibuse among Jews. The charges
were made at a conference on the
problem sponsored by the Federa-
tion of Jewish Philanthropies of
New York.
The three critics were Meyer
j Diskind. commissioner of com-
I munity based services of the New
: York State Narcotics Addicts Con-
trol Commission; Adolph Wasser.
executive director of the East New
York YM & YW-MA. a federation
agency; and Rabbi Richard I. Scha-
chet. formerly with the Samaritan
Halfway Society, a private narco-
tics treatment center in New York.
More than 100 physicans. govern-
| ment officials, social workers, rab-
bis and others concerned with the
problem attended the one-day con-
i ference.
Mr. Diskind assorted that "the
i pl'.-jue of addiction has unfortuna-
tely begun to affect the lives of a
significant number of Jewish
pie." He proposed that a Jewish-
sponsored agency be set up to treat
the "growing number" of Jewish
addicts, adding that "it is time for
the Jewish community to abandon
the ostrich-in-the-sand attitude and
involve itself more directly in a
solution to the problem."
He stressed the need for psycho-
therapy for the Jewish addict who.
he said, tends to fall into the cate-
gory of the "psychological" as w-
posed to the 'sociological addict."
He explained that the psychological
addict "has deep-seated personality
conflicts and a poor emotional
equilibrium" and that drugs serve
him "as an adjustive mechaanism
to resolve inner conflicts and eaae
tensions."
In many cases, he declared, such
Continued on Page 13- A
Eban Is Target Of
Leftist Demonstration
Stockholm. tJTA) Israel's
Foreign Minister Abba Kban. who
ivas the target of left-wing anti-
Israel student demonstrations when
! lectured at Oslo University,
l in into more of the same when
he arrived in Stockholm this week,
t le second capital to be visited on
I is Scandinavian tour.
An anonymous tip to Stockholm
police that there was a bomb on
Mr. Eban's plane turned out to be
talse.
But when the Israeli diplomat
stepped out of the plane at the air-
port, there were some 40 young
demonstrators waiting for him,
waving placards with such slo.-jans
as "El Fatah will win," "Go
Home!" "Freedom for Palestine"
and "Vietnam and Palestine, Vic-
tims of Imperialism."
Mr. Eban was greeted at the air-
port by Swedish Foreign Minister
Torsten Nilssen who ordered the
ottical motorcade to take a route
out of the airport that avoided the
demonstrators.
However, the Communist-domi-
rated leftist Student Federation re-
ceived police permission to
organize a protest march to the
Israel Embassy here.
Before leaving Oslo Mr. F.ban
Rights Unit
Conference
Raps Israel
I EHERAN, IRAN (JTA) A
resolution accusing Israel of vio
li ing human rights in the Arab
ii itories it occupied In last June's
was adopted by a 42 to five
at the International Con-
ference on Human Rights.
rhe resolution was sponsored by
Saudi Arabia, Spain and Sudan and
amended by 12 Arab states. It car-
i led the full weight oi the Soviet
1 I Vrab blocs and their support-
er among Asian and African coun-
The United States, Israel, Bel-
gium, Costa Rica and Uruguay wot-
d against the resolution and 24
countries abstained.
Ambassador Comay. chief ol the
Israeli delegation assailed the re-
solution and declared that Israel
"will not pay it respect or any
serious attention."
Rejected by a 33 to 28 vote, with
' absententions, was a draft re-
solution sponsored by The Nether-
i i- and Uruguay which would
have had the conference study the
- oi civilians in areas ot eon
1 -M and occupied territories but
Continued on Page 5 A
said Israel was anxious for the
Scandinavian foreign ministers to
In Well informed on Israel's view-
point on the Middle East situation,
particularly because the Scandi-
navian countries have compara-
tively close relations with the
countries ol Eastern Europe.
While Mr. Eban spoke at Oslo
University, a group of about 50
youngsters unfurled anti Israel
placards outside and scuffled with
police.
JARRING MISSION
Talks Shifted
To New York
Sep
m3
ABBA FBAM
UNITED NATIONS. N.Y, (JTA)
Egypt reportedly agreed this
A-eek to a shift in locale from the
Middle East to New York for the
peace-seeking efforts of special
United Nations Mideast envoy
Ounnar Jarring. Israel and Jordan
Jordan's complaint against the
holding ot the Israel Independent
Day parade in Jerusalem and as
Israel and Jordan traded charges
af aggression. The exchange of
complaints was initiated by Egypt
.vhich announced, in a letter to the
reportedly were agreeable to the Security Council, its support of the
friiardic Chief llabbi
Says Israel Can't Yield
NEW YORK The Sephardic
Chief Rabbi of Israel, Yitzhak
Nissim. declared here this week
that no one. the Israeli Govern-
ment included, had the right to
return an inch ol territory captur
every Jew the world over and it
would be contrary to religious law
to give away something that be-
longed to another Jew.
Speaking at the annual dinner
of the Union of Orthodox Jewish
ed in the Six-Day War because Congregations, the Chief Rabbi also
that land belonged to each and | called upon the American Jewish
community to insist that the gra-
duates ol its rabbinic seminaries
undergo a period of Torah study
in Israel as a condition of their
ordination and of their occupying
a pulpit.
"No community, large or small.
which neglects the nurturing of its
spiritual ties with the Holy Land."
he stated, "can be sure of spiritual
continuity, It will fall prey to the
temptations of assimilation which
prevail especially in America due
to the very freedom the Jewish
community enjoys here."
"Immigration from the west and
especially ol the highly skilled
American Jews is one of Israel's
greatest needs." he declared "It
is this need which compelled un-
to come to America for the first
time, We need your youth to help
us settle the newly acquired lands
of Israel.V
plan.
The report was received here
from Cairo after Dr. Jarring had
a two-hour meeting there with
Egyptian Minister Mahmoud Riad
Dr. Jarring was understood to have
proposed that the scene of his ef
forts be moved to New York.
Dr. Jarring has made 41 visits
to Amman, Cairo and Jerusalem
since he undertook his UN assign-
ment.
A Foreign Ministry spokesman
in Cairo made it plain that the
Egyptian agreement to the change
in locale did not mean Egyptian
agreement to face-to-face talks with
Israel.
The new development came as
the Security Council resumed dis-
cussion on the status of Jerusalem
in a continuation of the debate on
Palestinians "exercising their in-
herent right to resist the foreign
occupation imposed on them" by
Israeli aggression; accused Israel
of perpetrating Nazi-type horrors
and .of pursuing "an aggressive and
expansionist policy."
Ambassador Yosef Tckoah, in .-
Jetailed and documented reply for
Israel, carried the attack to Egypt
starting with its invasion of Israel
in 1948 and with its massing of
troops on the Israeli border in May,
1967. which precipitated the Six-
Day War.
Algeria circulated a draft re-
solution which would order Israel
to revoke its "administrative ord-
ers regarding annexation of Jen
salem" within two Weeks under
Continued on Page 8-A
Rabbi Levin Is Urged
To Broaden U.S. Visit
CHIEF RABBI NISSIM
NEW YORK, (JTA) Assurances
wire cabled this week to Rabbi
Yehuda Lieb Levin ol Moscow, thai
the major American Jewish organi-
zations were ready to introduce him
"to all the varied manifestations
and institutions of American Jew-
ish life and to the leadership of
the American Jewish community"
during his forthcoming visit here.
Rabbi Levin is expected to ar-
DEMOCRATIC CONTENDERS URGE
Stronger U. S. Backing Of Israel
NEW YORK. (JTA) Two con-
tenders for the Democratic Party's
Presidential nomination came out
this week with strong declarations
of support for Israel.
Sen. Robert F. Kennedy of New
York said the United States had a
'deep moral responsibility" for
the security of Israel and should
sell to Israel the 50 Phantom super-
sonic jet planes it has requested,
In Omaha. Neb. Sen Eugene
.McCarthy called on the Govern-
ment to "r affirm its moral and
political t ?mmlnr.enl to the p -
tinued existence and independence
of the State of Israel by military
assistance if necessary." He said
that "a clear statement at this
time of our unwavering commit-
ment to the preservation of the
State of Israel may well deter
another outbreak of war."
Sen. Kennedy met with the board
of directors of the Synagogue
Council of America in New York.
He told the assembly that the jet
planes were needed to assure a
balance of arms in the Middle
Eisf, in the absence of an agree-
ment with Moscow to limit major
arms shipments to the region.
Citing the "massive Soviet ship-
ments to Arab states. "Sen. Ken-
nedy said we should continue to
work for an arms curtailment
agreement with the Kremlin. The
New Yorker told the Synagogue
Council that diplomats should be
'bending every effort" to prevent
another Middle East war instead
of accepting one as "inevitable "
He said the I" S. had a "deep re-
Continued on Page 12-A
rive in this country within the nex-
few weeks with a Soviet relnjloua
delegation, on the invitation of tht
anti-Zionist American Council fo-
Judaism.
The cable signed by Rabbi Jacob
P. Rudin, chairman of the syn-
agouge Council ol America: Rabbi
Herschel Schacter, chairman ot the
Conferences of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organizations,
and Jordan C. Band, chairman of
the National Community Relations
Advisory Council, was dispatched
in the name ol 25 national Jewish
organizations.
It reminded the Moscow rabbi
that in the past several leading
American Jewish organizations had
invited him to come here. It point
ed out that the three signatories
were the coordinating agencies "for
virtually every single Jewish
organization."
The three signatories said that
American Jews had repeatedly ex-
pressed the desire to have contact
with Soviet Jewry hoping to estab-
lish "a genuine communication be
tween the two largest Jewish popu-
lations In the world."
They voiced, the hope that Riaiai
Continued on Page 13 X


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Israel \^ arns Lebanon
On Terrorist Attacks

TEL AVIV. JTA Israel has
rficatly warned Lebanon not to
permit its territory to be used as
o base for terrorist attacks, the
Jewish Telegraphic Agencv learn-
ed.
The second mortar attack in five
- 'ays from Lebanese soil developed
This week and Israeli forces, for
the first time, returned the fire.
Accordi-g to a military- spokes-
man, three shells exploded harm-
lessly in a field belor.ginb to trie
northern Galilee settlement of Mar-
?a!iot.
An investuatior confirmed that
he fire originated across the Le-
banese border
A Lebanei report ia Bei-
Maimed that Israeli motar fire
had ki.Ied a a man and a cl
and fd or dar eral
bonsai ..-. the border village of
HouMb
(Labaaoc prot the Secu-

nvd
r a
week to "continued threats and
open provocations.'" The Lebanese
complaint denied that guerrilla?
had used Lebanese territory as the
jase for attacks against Israel. A
UN spokesman said that members
it the United Nations Truce Super
vision Organization the exis-
tence of which Israel no longer re-
cognizes were investigating the
border incident
Mortar fire from across the Leb '
anese border mt Kibbutz Manera .
in northwest Galilee last week It
wai the first shooting incident
along tne Israel-Lebanese frontier
in almost a year Lebanese authori-
ties denied that the fire had come
:rom their territory but an investi-
gation by Israeli units confirmed .
that it had.
Observer- here expressed the j
el Ei Fatah terrorists were try-
ing to establish a Lebanese front '
r.cursions against I-rael partly
cecause they are suffering in-
creasingi) heavier losses in their
maraud::
Jordan.
Jewish Group Seeks To
Resettle Hebron Area
JERUSALEM, JTA A f
of reiig:' ant to re-
-tabiish the Jewish coma
Hebron, arts pro- a Cabi-
net minister thi- peek that the
Govern ent I I n them
to i'-a.- the West Bank town even
though the M ernor has
forbidden then to bag property
there.
Th. -
in Hebrot and Dr Zerata Wu
tig., bGi i Affairs
and a membc Re-
ligiou.- Party, told them that at
worst, the Cabinet would allow -e
present with-
out givir.i' Formal I "heir
plans. Th- r ha b n '+:.
tommuni'y In Hebron lince 1938,
The upaaade iuch>
problem for the Government at
bomi
abroad. Or. the
has ma'.'< I clear that it will retain
iirm control >eer the occupied
Arab terril until a peace
settlesaeBt has be ived with
the Arab States But -iie Govern-
ment wanti ) avoid actions that
might fjvc credence to .Arab com-
plaints in the United Nations and
elsewhT- thatit is annexing the
occupied regions. Pressure has
\ up in the Cabinet where
Labor Minister Yigal Allon has
>tated his support for the would-be
sett!er< in Hebron. They are also
-d by Menachem Beigin,
I .eader of the Herut Party and Min-
ster Without Portfolio in the coali-
j tion government, who advocates
Israel's permanent retention of the
occupied lands.
A spokesman for the Hebron
group told newsmen that they are
in contact with Mr Allon and Mr.
. Beigin who have been "very help
ful."
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J. F. C S. In Appeal For Foster Parents
An appeal for foster homes to
care for babies awaiting adoption,
was issued this week by the Jewish
Family and Children's Service.
Leon D. Fisher, executive director
of the JFCS," said that the agency-
is interested in receiving applica-
tions from two-parent families or
one parent families where the
mother has had child-rearing ex-
perience.
He said foster parents need not
be of the Jewish faith and that
the agency reimburses the full
costs of fostering a child.
JFCS also announced publication
of a new brochure designed to I
answer some of the questions which
frequently arise about foster home
care. Free copies are available
upon request to the agency.
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qet Studv Committee on Leisure Time and
Health Serbices, is shown reviewinq the
aqencies assiqned to his committee for al-
locations in 1968. Discussing the motter with
him are (from left): Sam Luby, Jr., Sam
Rabin, Marvin Bransdort and Morton Silber-
man.
Budget Unit Speeds Up Hearings
With the Combined Jewish Ap-
ical campaign approaching its
.Umax, the 1968 Budget Committee
if the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation stepped up its efforts
his week to complete work on its
learinga and recommendations due
)> the end of this month and in-
volving allocations totaling about
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smith, committee chairman.
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he United Func* with the remaind-
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vhich has a $1,991,200 goal.
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mittee this year was faced with
requests for $330,000 more than it
allocated la-t year to agencies
ither than the United Jewish Ap
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most difficult task facing the com-
mittee this year was to "pare down
these requests in order to allocate
any new money available in terms
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Volume 41
Friday. May 17, 1968
19 IYAR
Arms For The Arabs
- While Israel Waits
One of the most important factors
ranninq the flames o: Arab hos-
tiily aqainst Israel TfUgbeen the
ready flow of arnrtTaPthe Arab
ticrres. t
I: was actually c miscalculation
by Eqypt of the relative strengths
c: Isrcel and her neiqhbors then made
; rssible the events thct led ud to
icst June's Six-Day War.
The principal offenders in main-
mrunq the flow of arms to the Arabs
bad been the Soviet Union and other
Communist nations follcwina the lead
c> Moscow. Now. however. France
res joined the club with its insistence
en maintainina an embargo aqainst
?sxael while selling 54 Miraqe super-
sonic jet fiqhters to Irag.
The French excuse that the Iraq
ccrr mitment is not scheduled for
early delivery in no wav eases the
erect that the sale has in promoting
rirab intransiqence and their warlike
f-osture aqainst Israel.
As for the very real threat of arms
balance, the soberinq fad is that
-.e Arabs, who before they suffered
iheir disastrous defeat of June 1967. bad a three-
'.c-one air superiority over Israel, now have a
rour-toone superiority, after Russia's steady re-
armament of Israel's enemies.
While it may take another year or so until
'.he Egyptians. Syrians and Iraqis are sufficient-
ly trained to handle their new weapons, the
threat is very real today since there is no
guarantee that pilots of other nationality will
not be used.
Israel's only possible source for the suner
sonic planes it needs as a deterrent is the United
States, since French President de Gaulle has
civen no indication of reicxinc the ohm em-
ccrqo that prevents delivery of the Miraqe jets
-hct Israel has aheadv paid for and owns.
Thus far. the U. S. Adrninistratian has given
_r.;e hope that the Phantom jets Israel needs
would be made available in the near future.
The apparent motivation for U. S. determination
to withhold the jets is that the State Department
hopes to negotiate an aqreement with the Soviet
Union on the limitation of arms to the Middle
East.
If and when such an agreement is neqotict-
ed. it will obviously come when the Arabs
nre armed to the teeth and Israel is still waitinq
for delivery.
In initiating a game at which the Krem'in is
rxrrticularry adept, the Soviet Union has beaun
o create an impression that such arms limitation
talks micrht be in the offing.
The Soviet aoal. of course, is to orevent an
early decision by Washington to sell Phantom
rets to Israel.
The Soviet maneuver seems calculated t-
coincide with a soeamc Deriod. from now until
:ne November election, while the Administration
-s deliberating on Israel's reguest.
By danqhno the uossibilitv of arms limitation
talks in front of an all-too-eaaer State Deocpt-
mertt. the Russians me acining time to fain
the Arabs to use their new'v acauired ainerfl
end. at the same time, to crevent env American
-ecision favorable to Isrcel in a neriod they
consider most likelv for such n develoDmenl.
Knowing that the United States is eoae'- f-^r
Soviet cooperation in seeking rjenc0 for Vit
Nam durin^ the current Ptvs talks, the Russian*
ere o-nemDtirt^ t consolidate their position in
-e Middle Fast inH. n the same time, to iso'cte
Israel from the United Stales cs en ow sout;<>.
Moscow, then, has altered *ts Middl Et=*
policy from or th.fi wis ?eerim a Do,;t:nl
solution of the Arab-Isne! dispute to one involv-
ino more warlike motives.
By plavina Russir'e acm the A^o^r-'.
Government is nromotino a ci*ucfon t^ot wi'l
aaai" find Israel the vicfrr, of 'mb attnc'' "':,h
.nsufficient means to fight off the inevitable
aggression.
Israel has many outspoken friends among
cur nation's political leadership, comprisinq an!
almost unanimous consensus of determination!
that the Jewish State must not be abandoned in
the face of Arab warlike intentions
What is urqently needed, however, is anj
immediate decision in Washinqioo that this |
nation's repeated comnvtments will be honored.;
e
AJCongress Convention
The national biennial convention of the
American Jewish Conqress now in procress at
the Doral Country Club marks the 50th anni-
versary of an orqanization that has since rts
founding, souqht to promote the riqhts of Jews
in this country and throuqhout the world, and
human riqhts everywhere.
Never hesitatinq to involve itself in any issue
meritinq the humanitarian concern of American
Jewry, the Conaress ha inevitably found itself
in the heart of controversy both within and out-
side the Jewish community.
This, however, merely attests to the readi-
ness of the orqanization to sneak ot't on rmv
auestion concerning the rights and welfare
of Jews and others fn anv part of the world.
In the course of its five decades of activity,
the American Jewish Conaress has taken forth-
right and outspoken posftons on the th'^-ts t-
lsrael by her Arab neighbors, the plight of
Soviet Jewrv and the more recent epidemic of
anti-Semitism in Poland, the resuraence of
Nazism in Germany and the anti-Semitic over-
tone* oi the Oberammeraau Pasrion Pkiv.
America's involvement in the Viet Nam wot.
urban problems and the p'iqht of the Neqrc
and vital issues in public education.
One outstanding factor thai has marked
the role of the American Jewish Conqress in the
life of our nation has been the continous efforts
cf the organization to adapt itself and its policies
to the needs of the time.
Founded onoinally to help formulate en
American Jewish position at the Versail'es
Peace Conference after the First World War
and to mobilize American Jewish cction in the
wake of the ooportrnities niesented b- th
Balfour DeclaTcticn in estab'ishina a Jewish
national home in Palestine, the Cona's^s ha*
throuqh the years tciie.n a stand on all invari-
ant issues.
Durinq its current biennial convention, the
readiness oi the ConaTess to examine its lonq-
slandinq position on public support of sectarian
schools, support for Neoro rights in the fee? of
widespread riotina and the orob'ems affcclina
the vounger aeneration. are all further evidence
of the determination of the oraanizati^n to ssrve
the chanaina neds and interests of Jewish life
and human rights.
aW ^k ALSOP
JOSEPH ALSOP
Candidates And Rollers
WASHINGTON It is about
time to face a rather novel,
slightly distasttfu! fact of Amer-
ican political lile. With each suc-
cessive national election, the
polls and pollers are assuming
more and more imDortance. Rich-
ard Scaramon. of the Elections
Research Center, has recently re-
marked:
"This could well be remem-
bered as the HarrisGallup year."
Neither newspapermen nor pol-
iticians much like th.i intrusion
into their antique preerves: yet
Scammon. perhaps the ablest of
aJ! the professional political an-
alysts, is quite obviously right
To begin with. Gov. Nelson
Rockefeller's entire electoral
strategy depends directly irtth
the pollers.
Rorkeffllfr s Hopr
The New York governor's one
hope of overtaking former Vice
Pre-ident Richard Nixon rests on
the fait that the- Republicans
passionately hanker for a winner
this year. And Louis Harris and
Dr. George Gailup are. in fact,
the men the governor is reiyirj
on to warn the Nixon leaving
delegates that they must choose
betweca "Loser Nixon" and
"Winner Rockefeller."
Rockefeller is the first major
candidate in American political
history to give the polkrs this
key role. Its importance in his
eyes is illustrated by the real
reason for his renunciation of
candidacy, after Sen. Robert Ken-
nedy's announcement, which he
had not expected, and prior to
President Johnson's v.ithdrawal.
v-hich he had not expected, either.
When it appeared that the
Democratic Party would be littr
ally torn to piece- by a Johnson-
Konnedy contest, the New York
governor figured that it would
therefore be "Winner RockefeJ-
ler" against "Winner Nixon." H
that was going to be- the choice,
moreover, he sensibly foresaw
that the Republicans would cer-
tainly prefer "Winner Nixon."
Then Mr. Johnson's withdrawal
made those calculation* obsolete,
and Rockefeller became a candi-
date after all.
Harris Survfv
The thing does not end there,
either. As the.e words arc writ-
ten, the voters are only just get-
ting ready to cast their ballots in
Indiana But even u Sen. Kennedy
wins comfortably in the Indiana
primary, it can too easily turn
out that the already published
Louis Harris Survey will affect
his fortunes even more than the
outcome of the primary he has
fought so hard to win
The new Harris Survey, for
those who may have missed it.
all too dramatically pointed up
Kennedy's trouble with the mid-
dling group of voters, which has
so obviously begun to worry him
and his strategics. It showed
both Vice President Hubert Hum
phrey and Sen. Eugene McCarthy
beating Nixon by narrow but per-
ceptible margins, while it showed
Kennedy losing to Nixon by 38 to
0 percent.
This was with George Wallace
in the race, and w::h i:. -m
portantly lower miirrber of -not
sure ," than in the tests for
McCarthy and Humphrey With
Wallace once aj:ain in ;,, raw
Harris further found that both
Humphrey and McCarh\ vvouM
give Gov. Rockefeller a hard run
for his money, bein? only 2
points behind him. whiie K r.nctij
trailed Rockcleiier ;;. le
than 8 points.
Dramafir ffcingf
This was an .:i ;. aBa
dramatic charge ?:r. Harris"
March poll, which showed Kea-
r.edy comfortably ahead oi N;\on
To be sure, a sin. e lei :r.:-
is not going to have much impact.
Harris will have to go on find-
ing the same probler.- I Ken-
nedy, and the inquiring '. IV
Gallup will have to begin .'mding
he -a.i;c thin, rns: :: ,,
just found, before the effect oa
Kennedy's fortunes begins to be
really painful. And tnere arc all
sorts of thing;, including the In-
diana results, that mt:
the trend of future polls
Warning Signal
Nonetheless, the warning Mgnal
sounded by this Harris Survey is
very loud and clear. The differ
ence between Harris' March re-
sults and May results means.
eruite simply, that Kennedy's
emotion-charged and extreme
speeches prior to the President's
withdrawal both alarmed and re-
pealed great numbers of those
middling voters whom he- has be-
latedly begun to ce>ur:.
Tt.e trouble is that once this
kind erf self-damage has been
done, it is exceedingly hard to
unoo. Hence, the biggest question
for Robert Kenneeiy may well
prove to be not whether he can
win all the primaries he is sched-
uled to enter, but whether the
polls that have begun to tun
against him will come around
again in the end.
The fact of th* matter is 'hat
even the most impres> \t
of primary victories may nol he
enough to put Kennedy over the
top. if the polls are meanwhile
saying that the senator undoubt-
edly evokes passionate enthu*
iasm among certain groups of
Democratic voters, but that he is
nonetheless incapable of com-
manding a national majority
Copjria-hC M*. tr.a Washir.rtna
Po.l Co D-.XrltatMd br L* An*'n


Friday. May. 17. 1968
v-Jmistnerlcffor
Pa-je S-A
MICH All COM AY
Severe Economic
Restrictions Placed
On Iraq's Jews
NEW YORK. (JTA) The Iraqi
Government has embarked on a
policy of economic strangulation
of the 2.500 Jews who have re-
mained In that country since last
'line's Arab-Israel war. the Ameri-
can Jewish Committee reported
sre this week.
According to information receiv-
il by the AJC's office in Paris.
'he new measures adopted in Bagh-
i ad deprive Jews of all rights oi
control over their own property.
eeze all debts to lews and place
. poverty level ceiling on salaries
'hat may be paid to Jews.
B> these measures, the AJC de-
clared, 'he Iraqi Government has
dropped all pretense of being ""anti-
Zionist" but not ""anti-Jewish."
One new amendment to Iraqi
law forbids Jews (0 sell or other-
wise diapese it-art) immovable pro-
perty or tr> try to iet a mortgage.
lean, or lease on it without prior
permission :': rn the Minister of
Inter1 of.
Another provision orders Govern-
ment offices and private businesses
not to pay out any sums "due to
the Jews'' but to notify the Minist-
er instead. Jewish salaries are ex-
empted but a ceiling of 100 dinars
($280) per month has been placed
on them.
The AJC pointed out that this
i- about the salary paid a beginner
clerk in inflation-plagued Iraq and
i- insufficient to support a family
Moreover, very few Iraqi Jews
^qv.uy salaried posts today, the
majority of them have been fired
luring the pas; year.
The new anti-Jewish measures
were pubii-h-d In the Official
i :zctte of Iraq, copies of which have
on obtained by the AJC office
Paris.
Rights Unit
Conference
Raps Israel
Continued from Page 1-A
on a bioad basis without singling
out any country or region for cen-
sure. Israel voted for the draft.
1 be Soviet Government's reneg-
ing on its promise to permit Rus-
sia.! Jews to emigrate tor the pur-
pose of reuniting families was as-
sailed by an Israeli delegate.
Judge Zeev Zel'ner, who noted that
Soviet Premier Kosygin declared
in P.iris on Dec. 23. 1966 that Jews
would be allowed to leave the
country tor family reunification. A
few hundreJ emigration certifi-
cates were granted, but after last
June's Six Day War the practice
came to an abrupt halt. Zeltner
said.
r'amily reunification is a hu-
manitarian action outside the scope
of politics." he continued. "It lias
nothing to do with whether Israel
was an aggressor, which it was not
or j victor, which it was. Are old
! people, infants or invalids capable
of contributing to Israel's war ef-
fort'.'"
At another session, angry clashes
erupted between the Soviet and Is-
raeli delegates. At one point the
session was interrupted for ten
minutes in order to reach an agree-
ment en whether Israel had the
rvjht to refer ',o the Soviet Uni\-i
by name in the d's'ussien of a
resolution on the protection of
minorities. Israel won-the right by
a vote of 26 to 16 w'th 18 absten-
tions.
During i. dUcussion of human
rights in occupied territories, the
Soviet delegate Vakov Lev. de-
livered a tirade against Israel
1 which he charged, was worse than
the Nazis in its treatment of Arabs.
"While the Nazis were shooting
people and killing them by poison
; gas. Israel tries to save the cost
i ,)f bullets ar.d lets -Arabs die of
hunger and thirst.in the desert."
he said.

He as ansv JCCtj immediately by
Ambassa Coma> who said it
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
iVsks Fair Treatment For Jews
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian: million Jews in Israel.
Those of us who lived through
World War II can remember the
feeling of numbness, the feeling of
helplessness when we learned of
the Nazi death camps. What could
we do? Surely the great nations
would not allow this to happen.
| But they did.
Of late there has been a rash of
criticism. Criticism of the Pope,
criticism of Roosevelt, criticism of
Christianity, criticism of our own
leaders for not doing something
to save Jewish lives.
Now history is repeating itself
Again Jews are threatened with
annihilation. One hundred million
1 Arabs, backed by Russia, China.
| India and a few other nations are
openly vowing to wipe out two
The great Christian nations are
again doing nothing
The United States is shipping
the latest and best planes and
tanks to Jordan to be used to kill
Jews. Our State Department is
spending our money to train Arab
; fliers so that they may kill Jews
: more efficiently.
Our Jewish organizations are
occupied with civil rights for Ne-
ll i Our-leaders are busy pac I
ln^ to demand that Negroet
l03t ana burn without bein^
Curbed. Our pulpits resound with
excuses for black anti-Semitism.
Haj I ask. why do we not march
to demand fair treatment for L>-
rael? Why do we not tell the
[icians that we will use our votes
to protect Jewish lives'.' Are Ne-
{roes more important?
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was disturbing to see that, in ad-
dition to the 50 million Arabs who
strove for Israel's extermination,
"a nation of 200 million has join-
ed the attack on Israel.
Comay read into the record ex-
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Rev. Martin Luther King. Jr. wrote
to the Human Rights Commission
at its meeting in New York last
year, dealing with the repression
of Jews in Russia.
Ambassador Comay also refer-
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Stalin era and said the Soviet Union
would do better to put its own
house in order before attacking
other.-. Mr. Comay was interrupted
repeatedly by the Soviet delegate.
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Edward M. Varan nam-
.chairman of She Coral Gables
and West M:jit.. ar-a of the divi-
Mr Waronker is a relator-
iopr.
Manuel Z Flashman ha been
r.amed cochairman of the South
Miami area division of the group.
Mil Klashman ;> a relator and in-
s'lrance aaent.
Da\.d Z Sokol. vice president
K i is overall chairman
CJA Real Estate Division
fdword Waronker Mono*! fIttiitiM
Congressional Unit
Hears Three-Faith
Appeal On Poverty
WASHINGTON. fJTAJ Res-
poiuiing to the human needs arlvo-
catad in the Poor Peoples March
<>n Washington, spokesmen for the
Jewish. Catholic and Protestant
faith* joined this week in urging
Congress to adopt a guaranteed
employment act to provide one mil-
lion government jobs for the un-
unern ployed.
The appeal was made before a
rToaae Labor Subcommittee in joint
testimony offered by Rabbi Richard
G. Hirsch, director of the Religious
Action Center. Union of American
Hebrew Congregations: Father
John McCarthy, assistant director
of the U.S. Catholic Conference
Social Action Department, and Dr.
Graver Baghy. for the Department
ol Social Justice. National Council
<>i Churches.
Their joint statement said that
opposition to poverty was "deeply
rooted in our Judeo-Christian heri-
tasst which affirms that obedience
to the will of God demands that
the hungry be fed. the naked be
ciethed and justice be established
in the land."
b-essing Government responsi-
bility in providing employment, the
clergymen said that "involuntary
povt ity. especially in a society of
aifh'encc. undermines human dig
iiity To sanction or allow the con-
tinuation of such indignity is to
diminish man's stature and to dese-
crate the image of God
CJA Issues Call For Volunteers
Norton S PaHol l'*w ean
'
Appe?! Israel Emergency Fur.rt.
in appeal th> week for ad
,ia! volunteer telephone sol
>r- to aid in the drive to reach
this ram goal.
still have man) outstand-
ing pledge cards.'' Mr Pallot said,
urging all qualified volunteers to
help collect the gifts.
He said that those resident* who
have actively participated in tele-
phone solicitations in their former
Shown taking part in the recent Telethons on behalf of
the Combined Jewish Appeal-Israel Emeraencv Fund
are Saniord Sprintz left and Norton S. Pallot. campaiqn
chairman.
Sidney Langer Elected President
Of Temple Judea; Suceeds Krefetz
S:dne> L:n^cr South Florida
vie and communal
er. has been elect- sol il
: Judpa of Cora! Gabie- He
succeeds Joseph Krefetz
Mr Langer a founder-member
: Temple Judea and a member
}f its board of dirt!" rs an
honorary chairman of the develop-
ment campaign of the Greater
Miami YM1IA He was honored b>
V last December when it
Lanser Field athletic facility v. a*
heated. Other officers elected to
e durina the coming year m-
Richard Horwich. Albert
Jacobson. Jack Langer. and
Marvin Levin, vice presidents:
Frank Seiden. treasurer: Charles
Betel, secretary: and Nard Helman.
financial secretary.
Elected to the board of trustees
were: Harry Aizenshtat. Morris
Bernhard. Edward Blackman. Max
Deakter. Milton Goldberg. Mar-
shall Harris. Harold Jaffer. Mich-
ael Kramer. Mr. Krefetz. Albert
Kronowitz. Moe Langer. Lee Lebow
Dr. Clifford Marks, David Pullman.
Victor Reiter. Dr. Charles Ro-en-
feld. Sol Schreiber. Irving Sch-
wartz. Philip Stoller, Jerome Weiss
and Dr Fred Witkoff
Workmen's Cricle Convention Backs
Johnson's Viet Nam Peace Efforts
KIAMESHA LAKE. (JTA) The
Workmen's Circle, world's largest
Jewish labor fraternal order, en-
dorsed at its biennial convention
here this week. President John-
I son's peace efforts in Viet Nam.
! condemned Soviet repression of
Russian Jewry and warned against ;
the rise of neo-Nazism in West Get*
many.
Israel Breslow. president, told
the 800 delegates that "we are
united in support of President
Johnson's efforts to achieve a dur-
able peace, a peace without vic-
tories or vanquished. Let us hope
that the peace conference in Paris
will achieve its objective.
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era their horn
He urged pi
otacj Irving Kalm.:
fliee of the Great)
Federation.
THE PEEL COMMISSION ,
-od> dispatc.'ad by the B:
1936 to study Palestine's pr.
Beat for accepting a con-'.
It recommended that the r,
oe partitioned into a Jewish state,
an Arab state and a sm^:. British
mandate area.
Mr. Breslow said that the Jew-
ish people, having lost six million
ot their brethren to inhuman hat-
reds, "cannot now close our eyes
to those hatreds, whether they are
directed against Jews in Poland
and Russia or against minorities
in our own country."
Benjamin A. Gcbiner. Workman's
Circle executive secretary, said
"we are dismayed at the event* in
West Germany where the neo-
Nazis have succeeded in gaining
electoral strength. We do not view
the rise of neo-Nazism as an in-
ternal West German problem any
more than we view Russian or
Polish anti-Semitism as an intern-
al problem of these countries.
Mr Gebiner said that represen-
tations to Secretary of State Dean
Rusk by the Workmen's Circle were
responsible for preventing a visit
to this country last year of Adolf
von Thadden. leader of the neo-
Nazi N.D.P. in West Germany. He
cancelled his trip when it became
evident to him that he would not
be welcomed.
Federation Of Jewish Women
BALLOT 1968-1969
fKUDlNJ MtS. SOI GOLDSTEIN
VlCf-PSfUDENTS MRS. SIDNEY M. SCHWARTZ
CAMPAIGN CHAIRMAN
MRS. MILTON GREEN
MRS. JACK KATZMAN
MRS. FLORENCE KUPfERMAN
MRS. EDWIN 0PPENHEIM
RfCORD.'NG SKRtTAKY
CORRESPONDING SECRETARr
PARI/AMENTARIaa
NOMINATING COMMITTEE
CHAIRMAN
MRS. LARRY FRIEDLAND
MRS LARRY SILVERMAN
MRS. DOROTHY KRIEGER FINK
MRS. IRVING WEXLER
NOMINATING COMMITTEE
MRS. LOUIS BARON
MRS. WILLIAM I. BRENNER
MRS. TRUDY HAMCRSCHLAG
MtS. ROBERT SHAPIRO
MRS. HENRY SEITLIN
MRS. NATHAN G. SPIEGELMAN
MRS. PHILIP THAU
ALTERNATES
MRS. SHERMAN KAPLAN MRS. SIDNEY LEWIS MRS. HARRY ROSENBLATT
SUBMITTED BY: MRS. AARON FARt
Cboirmon Nominating Committee
MRS. MEYER RASKIN
MRS. FRED BLANK
MtS. RXHAR9 BRICK MAN
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MRS. SAMUEL Z. SAKRAIS
MRS. HAROLD SCHNSOfS
MRS. SIDNEY M. SCHWARTZ
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ARTICLE 4, SECTION 1.
There shall h () Viee-rVetidents. roar of these Vice-*resio'ents shell
carry major portfolios tl the yeor round octfvifres of the federation
of Jewish Women; these portfolios to he dttitnmieo' by the President.
One Vice President shall he the Campaign Chairmen of the Women's
Division of Combined Jewish Appeal. On* Vice-President shall be the
President of the Toung Woman's Division of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation.
ARTICLE Section C
Additional nomination may he modt only by petition carrying fiffeea
or mar* signatures of members in good standing, provided consent
of nominee has been obtained in advance. These petitions mast reach
the chairman of the Nominating Committee not Imlti than fourteen
(14) days offer the slate has been presented.
Notice Of Annual Meeting
JEWISH VOCATIONAL SERVICE
and
REPORT OF NOMINATING COMMITTEE
In accordance with the Bylaws, the Nominating Committee is pleased
* nnimico that the following nominees tor officers and Board of
Directors wilt ha presented tor election at the forthcoming Annual
Meeting of the Jewish Vocational Service. Such Annual Meeting will
ha hold on Thursaoy, Jane 13th, at 6 p.m. in the Day Car* Room of
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OFFICERS
PRESIDENT
HONORARV PRESIDENT
VICE PRESIDENTS
CHARLES HERTZOFF. CPA
SAM J. HEIMAN
WILLIAM J. BAROS. JR
ANDREW A. CILLER. CLO
ABEL HOLTZ
S RONALD PALLOT
TREASURER STUART ROTHCHILO. CPA
ASSISTANT TREASURER ALLAN P. WILSON. CPA
SECRETARY RONALD L. ALBERT
ASSISTANT SECRETARY MRS. ALAN (Marion LINOFF
BOARD OF DIRECTORS (3 Year Terms)
BARNEY BERNSTEIN. CPA JUDGE SIDNEY EFRONSON
MARSHALL S. HARRIS CHARLES HERTZOFF. CPA
MARVIN G. ISAACSON. MO MRS. SIDNEY (Florence) LEWIS
SAMLUBY. JR. SAM STARK
ALLAN P. WILSON. CPA
(1 Yer L'nepired Vacnncin)
TOO* BtRANOEIS STEVEN CARNER
CHARLES CANS DAVID SILVER
Submitted by th Nominating Committee
S. RONALD PALLOT. Chairman ALBERT J. HIRSCH
BARNEY BERNSTEIN ABEL HOLTZ
MRS. CHARLES P. FEINBEPtG LLOYD L. RUSKIN
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Friday. May. 17. 1968
Jenlstifhridrtor)
Paqe 7-A
Hollywood Rabbi Tells
Of Anti-Semitic Abuse
Howard Faber (right) Chairman of the Scuih Florida Senior
Citizens Conference to be held at the YM-YWHA of Greater
Miami en Sunday, checks the program with Y staff member
Herb Rubin. Guest soeakers will be Congressman Claude
Pepper and Dade Mavor Chuck Hall.
Inter-Professional Group
The South Broward Jewish com-
munity was hit recently by a series
of incidents of anti-Semitic abuse
tanging from outspoken refusals
to rent to .lews to repeated harass-
ment of a local rabbi.
The major target of the inci-
dents, most of which occurred dur-
ing the past two months, was Rabbi
Irwin Cutler, spiritual leader of
Temple Israel of Miramar.
Rabbi Cutler informed The Jew-
ish Floridian that his home had
been vandalized with garbage
ihrown on his front lawn and his
car has been pelted with eggs dur-
ing the night.
lie said he has also heard anti-
Semitic epithets shouted at him or
his children from passing curs.
During the same period Rabbi
Cutler .-aid. students at the Tem-
ple's Hebrew school have been
beaten up and their Hebrew hooks
thrown about.
In another incident, elderly Jews
who asked to inspect a model
apartment in a building being
erected for senior citizens at Lau-
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the renting agent that "we have
been instructed that these apart-
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Dr. Irving Lehinwn. spiritual
leader ol Temple Emanu-El. Miami
Beach, and William I.. Pallot. at-
torney and Jewish communal lead-
er, will join with a Catholic clergy-
man and a lav leader in a dialogue
Warns Against
Forgetting Nazi
Wartime Crimes
SALONIKA. (JTA) The Nazi
crimes against humanity must be
xempt from the injuction to "for-
give and forget." a leader of the
Greek Jewish community declared
in an address at a memorial meet-
ing here honoring those who peri
shed in the Nazi holocaust.
Prof. C. Azarias. of the Univer-
sity of Salonika said "of course we
must forget and forgive and try
to eradicate hatred from our
hearty. But there are some events,
like the crimes of the Nazi era. the
memory of which must be kept un-
di mined throughout the ages.
"1 Ml must be done as a sacred
duty lo the memory of the victims
and to mankind as a whole. We
must remember and remind future
generations so that they are fore
v.inied against a repetition of such
crimes against any group of ex-
posed human beings." he declared.
in Tuesday sponsored by the South
Florida Inter-Professional Council.
Taking part in the conference,
which will be held at the Columbus
Hotel, will be The Most Rev. Cole-
man P. Carrol, Archbishop of the
Diocese of Miami, and Judge C.
i Clyde Atkins. United States Dis-
trict Court Judge l"i" the Southern
District of Florida and a prominent
Catholic lay leader.
All four of the participants took
| part in a similar dialogue held at
1 Barry College a year and a half
ago.
The South Florida Inter-Profes-
sional Council is made up of the
members of each of 10 professional
.irganizations active in Dade
County.
These include the Dade County
Medical Association; I>ade County
j Bar Association. East Coast Dental
| Society, Florida South Chapter of
the American Institute of Archi-
UMte, Dade County Chapter of the
Florida Institute of Certified Pub-
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. hapter of the American Institute
A Iteal Estate Appraisers. Miami
Chapter of the American Society of
Chartered I-ife Underwriters.
Miami Chapter of the Florida
Engineering Society. South Florida
I Veterinary Association, and the
Dade Optometric Association.
Beth Moshe Congregation will
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Friday. Mr/, 17. I'M
rriel 17. r/I'iy 17, ]')'.'/
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Pag* 9 *r
Communal Responsibility
You may recall from your
study of American history that
one of the bad countries justified
beginning a war toy calling a
treaty not to make war "just a
scrap of paper".
I bring it up only because I
just read another resolution about
our responsibility to the por and
oppressed, and it occurred to mc
that here may be another "scrap
of paper."
The recent convention of I he
National Jewish Welfare Board
joined the list by approving a
statement which called for total
involvement in community pro-
grams to alleviate the urban
crisis through helping to pro-
vide jobs, education and better
housing opportunities for non-
whites and other deprived Ameri-
cans. Participation in such ef-
forts, the resolution said, would
be in fulfillment of "Judaic com
mitments ".
Since the death of Martin Luth-
er King we have heard from such
prestigious organizations as ihr
Synagogue Council of American.
the National Conference of Catho
lie Bishops, the National Council
of Churchesyou name it. there's
a resolution. There is purpose and
sincerity in all these statements
in which Jewish organizations
participate but, seemingly, little
action.
While a good many individuals
are involved in meeting the pro-
blems which have been well-pub-
licized for several yearsin the
EOFI structure, as an example-
there is little institutional partici-
pation and no Jewish community
Involvement at all on an official
basis.
Some of this has to do with the
fragmented nature of Greater
Miami's community but more, it
seems to mc. with the failure ol
leadership to assert ttsell in an
:ir<- wiirrr concern has been ex- \
cord of our people when it comes
to Israel, our hospitals, our syn-
agogues and our agencies but not
a few are questioning our com-
mitment to the total American
community as a body. Explaining
that there is no Jewish commu-
nity in the same sense as the
Catholics, Methodists, Baptists
and others view their religious
groupings, docs not answer the
questions they seem to be ask-
ing today. Why not?
If we must continue to act nnn-
collcctivcly in this crisis, liar
Sinai, a Reform congregation in
Baltimore, points to "A Program
of Positive Action" which many
of our institutions might consid-
er:
Job Opportunity liar Sinai,
through its members, will offer
part-time work for young adults
of ages 14 to 18. and has establi-
shed machinery to this end
Recreation Adults and teen
age volunteers will help staff two
high schools for a program of
organized recreational activities
in cooperation with the city of
Baltimore on a six dayawrk
basis.
Educational nd Cultural
The tcmDlc's facilities will be
used to permit tutorial aid. arts
and crafts, dramatic workshops
and folk music and. again, tem-
ple volunteers will be utilized to
staff the programs.
Implicit in all this, of course,
are our own attitudes concerning
not so much individual commit-
ment as institutional involvement
The dilemma, it seems to mc.
is not that many of us are not
participating u people, but that
obviously we arc not acting as
"a people".
PMHTIMG
Talks Shift To UN Headquarters
Continued tiom Pago 1-A
penally of sanctions. Including
military measures.
Ambassador Arthur .1. Goldberg.
speaking in the Council, indicated
that the United States would not
support such a course. He stated
firmly that the United States did
not recognize "unilateral actions"
altering the status of Jerusalem
and could not consider them as
other than "interim and provision-
al." But he made a plea to the
Council not to try to tackle the
problem of Middle East peace by
"attempting to deal separately with
individual aspects." He called for
action to "promote an agreed
peaceful and accepted solution em-
bracing all the aspects of the com-
plex and multi-faceted Middle East
problem comprehended in our re-
solution of Nov.22."
The envoy then proposed that
"we promptly find a means to
make clear this Council's con-
linous united will to promote the
cause ol price in the Middle East
by supporting Ambassador Jarr-
mg's efforts in pursuit of his man-
dale."
An impassioned plea to the
Security Council to act to halt Arab
warfare, particularly Jordanian,
against Israel, was made in the
Security Council by Ambassador
Tekoah. Tekoah told the Council
that in the last three weeks, Jor-
danian military positions had at-
tacked Israeli villages and Israeli
forces with artillery and motar
fire "no less than 25 times." He
said that "Israel comes before the
Security Council in plea not to
allow this warfare to continue." He
detailed recent attacks by Jor-
danian army regulars and by com-
mando units, some of whom have
Egyptian army uniforms ami jome
who had crossed into Israel from
Jordan alter coming I" .Ionian
irom Syria.
Tekoah rejected everyone of
Jordan's charges of persecution
and harrassment of the Arabs in
Jerusalem. He cited the reaction
of Jerusalem Arabs including some
of the most prominent Arab fami-
lies in the city, as being extremely
cooperative with the lsiael Govern-
ment authorities and appreciative
of Israel's extreme care given to
all holy places, including Moslem
and Christian shrines and institu-
tions.
Tifereth Jacob Installation
Temple Tifereth Jacob will hold
a combined installation of officers
of the Temple, Sisterhood and
Men's Club at 8 p.m. Saturday. May
15 at the Temple.
Mrs. Frank Milman of Lexinqton. Mas
Sanka Cotfee Israel Sweepstakes, is sho
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local Negro community are well
aware of the potential for trouble
which fortunately has escaped us
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No one is more conscious of
this than those Negro leaders-
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continue to maintain contact with
Uie religious leaders of our town,
seeing in them the last hope for
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In recent talks, they have ap
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Friday. Max 17. 1967
Stern To Address Solomon Post Fete
James Stem. Commander of the
Department of Florida. Jewish
War Veterans. wi >peak at the
Murray Solomon Po.t 18th Auxili-
ary 16th Anniversary Dinner
Dance at the Saxony Hotel. Miami
Beach on Saturday evening.
Mr- Reba Brown, state auxili-
ary prcMdcnt of JWV. will also at
'.end :he affair.
of tht D iner-Dante
I coaaimiUre lacittu- tUin,
,K)st commaadei Fer-
Jie. auxiliaa> pr*w: | wilt
Michael Scfcechter la ierlin-
r. Mrs Jennie Goiub. iowari
Mtlnick and Mr- Tanya cviw
Proceed* from -
se used to provide ,. bom
Coral Gables po.: ..
Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Deemar iriqht) are honor-
ed by Temple Ner Tamid. Miami Beach, foi
their role in the conareqatian's recent
mortqaae camoaion. Shown with the Dee-
mars are (from left;: Murray A. Shaw, co-
chairman of the campaign: Mrs. Shaw,
and Rabbi Euaene Labovitz, Spiritual leader.
Rabbi Levin Is Urged
To Broaden L\S. Visit
Continued from Page 1-A
Levin's schodulad visit "may ini-
tiate a process that will lead to
this kind of genuine and meanir.-j-
'ul dialogue and relationships with
Soviet Jews."
They pointed out. however, that
there cannot be today any offioal
representative of Soviet Jewry,
since no religious or communal in-
stitutions exist in the Soviet I'nion
..hereby the Jews of that country
could authorize null a visit.'"
Tbej noted that all the recogniz-
ed denominations in the Soviet
U&ioa, except the Jews, 'are per-
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milted some Iorrr> of central struc-
tural organization for congrega-
tions and clergy
The last semblance of a central
coordinating structure, they said,
"as in 1926 when a conference of
rabbis of the Soviet Union met for
the last time
The three -pokesmen for the
Jewish community ?aid that "we
hope that the anticipated arrival of
Rabbi Levin may signal a change
in the Soviet Government's policy
of gradual attrition of Jewish lift-
in the Soviet Union."
Chief Rabbi Levin has informed
th* Council for Judaism that he is
prepared to bring a Russian Jew-
ish religious delegation to this
, country before the middle of June.
In a cable received by ;he anti-
,Zionist organization this week. Dr.
Levin indicated that the state of
his health precluded a visit at any
I other season. A Council spokesman
LaU this eek that orisinal plans
| to have Dr. Levin address its COB-
. vention had had to be chanaed and
that the Council would set up a
special conference with the visit-
ing delegation.
Rabbi Levin presumably will be
_ accompained by three others whom
J hi:, cables named and identified as
Rabbi Israel Berkovitch Schwart-
zblatt, described as rabbi of the
Odessa syi David M
vitch Stiskin cantor of !he I
-ran sj and Rabbi Israel
i il Bronfn id, dea
the Derbenta syn
ie
Il was indicated thai if Dr Levin,
for reasons of health, is unable to
ak. the trip to New York, the re
mainiri rs pi the delegation
will come in any case
Sidney Pollock Head*
Balkin B.B. Lodge
Sidney Potlock has been elected
presidenl of the oilben J Balkin
Lodge of B'nai B'rith.
Other officers elected with Mr
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Barry- Potlock. recording secretary :
Ira Segal, eorrespondine secretary;
and Morris Gateman. warden.
The new slate will be installed
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Castaways, North Miami Beach.
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Paqe !i-A
adcmic Meet Baeks Soviet Jews
YORK .n \ A concerj
io mobilize academic sup-
irts lo ease the plight of
v was launched here
. k by the newly formed
i- Committee on Soviet
|;.i;nt action program which
I i to brins the weight of
\: 'a academic community to
|r the Soviet regime to re-
's "irrational and cruel"
ward the Jews, was adopt-
two-day conference attend-
|- ore than 200 delegates re-
ng 86 college campuses,
rogram was submitted by
Herbert H. Paper, of the
.ty of Michigan. He report-
some 1.175 faculty memb-
53 American college cam-
I so far pledged their sup-
ine committees efforts,
fid W. Weiss, former pro-
bacteriology at the I'ni-
' of California, was eon-
chairman.
The :onferenee was addressed by
a soec a list on Soviet affairs, Prof.
Leone c Schapiro of the London
Schco of Economics. The confer-
nee ;'so heard Dr. Binyamin
Elidv. of Jerusalem, Israel's lead-
ing a."noritv on Soviet affairs.
Tin inference adopted the text
>f a "national academic appeal."
introduced bj Prof, [rene Bberl oi
Whittier College, which called on
the Soviel Government to end its
"systematic anti-Jewish propa .
janda assault," restore the cultural
and educational facilities and
secure for the Jewish religious
community "the same kinds of in-
stitutions and prerogatives accord-
ed all other religions" and to
open the door to emigration for
tho-e Jews who wish to be re-
united with their families abroad
as well as lor those Soviet Jews
>vho wish to live in Israel."
The action program adopted by
the conference includes sponsor-
ship ol research projects and simi-
ar studies, distribution of new
published materials and a "sys-
ematic attempt to develop and in-
reduce appropriate scholarly ar-
iclcs and studies into the relevant
irofessional journals that will
each libraries, scholars and slu-
lents in the C.s.s.K."
Prof Schapiro said that Soviel
authorities had imposed "a blan-
ket of silence" on the fact that the
Jewish population loss during
Vorld War 11 was proportionate!}
.'our times as severe as that of the
Adopt New Stand
>n Mixed Couples
NECK. (JTAi The Re-
Ptionist movement and its
fed synagogues will reeog-
Jewish. children of mixed
i;es where the mother is not
and did not convert to
prior to the child's birth,
announced by the Federa-
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and Fellowships at its ninth
iia conference here.
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fie cuncea.'d thai interest in re-
gion had declined among Soviet
Jews as a result of intermarriage,
assimilation and other factors.
"But the drastic nature of the re-
strictions a.-jainst Jewish religious
life, as compared with other de-
nominations, makes it certain be-
yond doobf that the decline has
beeti artifically forced by Soviet
authorities," he said.
Dr. Eliav said that the Soviet
regime was not insensitive to in-
ternational opinion. "Soviet lead- j
cis are aware that any anti-Semi- |
lie excesses in the U.S.S.R.such
as are now taking place in Poland I
would greatly damage the pro-
spects of a future Soviet rapproche-
ment with the West. What happens
to the Jews of the U.S.S.K.. there-
fore is of international importance
not only to Jews abroad seeking
to ameliorate the plight of their
fellow Jews in the Soviet Union
but also to Communist supporters
in the West who are embarrassed
by any anti-Semitism in the Soviet
i loc." it;-. Eliav said
have to demonstrate, their inten-
tion of raising their children as
Jews, the announcement said.
According to Jewish law. child-
ren of mixed marriages are not re-
;,arded as Jews if the mother is not
Jewish since the mother's faith is
decisive.
The children, to attain Jewish
status in many parts of the world,
have to undergo traditional forms
of conversion which include ritual
immersion and circumcision.
The Reconstructionists will con-
sider these children Jewish, if. by
parental decision, they have been
circumcized, will receive a Jewish
education and will fulfill the re-
quirements of bar mitzvah or con-
urniation.
The conference adopted a resolu-
tion callinq on the Reconstruction-
ist movement "to study the ap-
ropriateness of traditional Jewish
norms in confronting problems of
sexual morality that challenge us
today.
Rabbi Arthur Gilbert, assistant to
the president of the Foundation,
who proposed the resolution, point-
| ed out that traditional Jewish law
on sexual morality is more rest-
rictive with regard to the use of
birth control devices and abortion
than the current Jewish practices.
The conference adopted by ac-
, clamation a resolution supporting
[the report of the President's Com-
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Frdav. Mav 17
AntiSazi Group Tftrget Of Abuse
BONN'. (JTAj A V:
tralrfa, Democratic rtctftfe
\.i...- \eo Njj:.ti and Fn
which va set. up it January ah
headquarters in Munich has been
objected since its inception to a
torrent of letters and telephone
calls, most of them anti-Serr.--.:
and many threatening rtotencf
Frank Arnau. a writer, its chalr-
rr.a.i. rec i\ert 51 call? and 54 lett-
ers in the four days after the
organization held its first rail;, .r.
Januarj .n Munich, he repirtej
Typical of the epithet? have beer.
Jewish swine" and Je:-
dltd -Go to Te! Av;\ got \
vitz :> iar but Dachau :-
Arnau also ia-aaaaU
German Language r,-s-
German Leauge of Ria
Ben Yomen iseccr.d from right, conductor
of the Miami Beach Community Singers,
is honored bv the Greater Miami Tewiri
Federation ofr his recent concert "Israel
Lives.' Others ioir.ina in the oraser.t-rtion
were ;frcm left : Philip Kftzr.. Murio) Same-
sen, Sender Kaplan ot the Federation. Mrs.
Ros A'-e's and *br. -
i BET YOU
DIONT KNOW
By FRED SANDIER
Whenever you think about
men overcoming handicaps,
did you know that men
with only one arm have
played big league baseball,
and big-rime football, too!
. Back in 1945, outfielder
Pete Gray, who had only
one arm, played in 77
American League games
for the St. Louis Browns. .
Arid, Guard Ellis Jones, who
had only one arm, was a
star on the highly ranked
Telse football teams of the
early 1940*s and in fact,
played in three bowl
games, the Sugar Bowls of
1943-44 and the Orange
.1 of 1945!
Ever wonder how many
golf courses there *r no*
in the U.S.' Answer is
approximately 10 000 .
And there are now about
10-million people who p iv
golf So *htt figures ou'
to an average of about one
golf course for every 1 000
golfers in America today
Whats the record for a big
league baseball team win-
ning the most games in a
row' The Giants set
that mark in 1916 when
they won 26 straight .
Oddly enough they dad
I ~
i tn too Dtwrr know
fear BeaRd fcaaeea] is
RED A. SANDlfJt
KTOMkaO*. "* 'HS-=a>.;e
CONH.LT*lT S.NC *
11 i- :- : "
MetrcpotenUfe
! Urge Stronger L.S.
Backing For Israel
Continued ''on Page 1 A that tempts the Arabs to aoeres-
-ponsibility to assure the existence
jf Israel." saying the world com
munity was morally delinquent in
the 1930s in failing to save Jews
from Nazi extermination.
Sen. Kennedy said the survivors
of the holocaust must never be
threatened with destruction again.
He added that Israel's role as a
democracy and a friend of the
L.S. as well as the respect that
nations everywhere have for Is-
rael as a "symbol and teacher of
democratic self-development." re-
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Sources close to Sen. McCarthy
aid he was moved to take his
position on Israel because he fert
there was vacillation in US Mid-
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to be that any confusion as to
U.S. intentions causes a vacuum
Reference was made to a pre-
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March 20. in which he said "we
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on every count. We are
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clearer commitment than anything
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He
( I'i as wel .-. Russ -.r
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of Israel i i mewhat ne-
Eed Lb the recent .
tr.at polic} u not beiag worried
Mil rerj effective!'
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at '.east
Conservative Body
Calls For Povfirl^
Legislation, Action
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1 uiSTORY OF JEWISH COS
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t man 300 black and white
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it this fascinating book
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- : the Jews throughout the
The book is divided into
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"--. mode of dress was a "ba-
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.'i -. since for much of Jewish
;ry disiinctiveness of costume
- :rced upon the Jews as a
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ol the:r Christian neighbors, they
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It is interesting to note, how-
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This book is not a children's
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MARC CHAGALL. By Howard
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The many facets of Chagall's
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conflicts arise in a family which j
has an absent or weak father and
a domineering and extremely pro-
tective mother. He adder that while '
this situation characterizes "the
lives of most addicts, it assumes !
more pathological proportions with
the families of Jewish addicts.
Ar. Waster Mid the p r o b I e m
was growing among Jewish young
people because Jewish parents tend
to bo overly permissive and fail to ;
exorcise adequate "parent power." j
He added that Jewish parents tend
to reflect the general tendency of j
Jews to be liberal and permissive i
: and that as a result, there is less
assertion of parental authority
among Jews than Protestant and
Catholic parents at the same soci-
econimic level.
In the third indictment at the
conference against Jewish parents,
Kabbi Schachet cited the pressures
many apply on their children to
achieve scholastic and social suc-
cess. He told the conference that
the new status symbol has be-
come our children and our child-
ren's grades.''
This pressure on Jewish young-
sters to exceed their educational or
emotional abilities is so intense in
some cases, he said, that they re-
spond by seeking escape through
narcotics use.
Both Rabbi Schachet and Com-
missioner Diskind said their ex-
periences indicated a low rate of
addiction among Jews who had a
well-rounded Jewish education.
The commissioner emphasized
that he did not wish to convey the
impression that Jewish education
alone is responsible for successful
1 social adjustment.
The cohesive Jewish family
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Friday. May '." !?67
As We Were Saying:
By ROBERT E. SEGAl
Should Church, Synagogue Property Be Taxed?
N1
|EWS OUT OF Montpelier is
that the Vermont legislators
are noving towards a decision to
tax all property except federally
owned land-, and highway rights
of way
Before the year is over. Ver-
mont may thus be the fir-t Mate
to put a tax on church property
- uie law would apply to so-called -glebe
lands" that on which the churches themselves are lo-
caSedi.
This may be a faint, advance bugle call in a
protracted battle to tax not only property owned by
churches and -ynauogues. but the houses of prayer
also Before the flak of acrimony falls, it is worth
taking a look at the pros and cons.
One may start with Ezra 7:24: 'Also we certify
you. that touching any of the priests and Levitt".
singers, porter-. Netbininu, or ministers of this
house Of God, it shall not be lawful to impose toll.
tribute or custom upon them."
And so down through the centuries, church-states
and nations determined to keep church and state
separate have -pared the churches and propertj
acquired by churches the burden of taxation
Indeed, ever since 1950, our Federal government
has exempted from taxation all income (whether
related or unrelated business income) of churches
and conventions of churches. And income received
by churches is tax tree.
A comprehensive study. The Question of Tax
Exemption for Churches." published by the National
THE AMERICAN SCENE
By: BEN GALLOB
Sex Crime Study
New York
A MASSIVE STUDY of sex offenders, published by the
Kinsev In-titute of Sex Research, credil> elements
in the Jewish culture and family life" for the fact that
.lews are rarely involved in such Offenses, just as they are
seldom involved in crime generally.
The study, which analyzed 'iata collected over S
period of some 20 years in various parts of the Unite id
States, concluded that "there are simply tar too few Jews
in our prison and sex offender groups to be explained in
ny other way."
Six Offenders," published by Harper and Row. 1-
basecl on a -ample, which the researchers considei
quate, of 1.346' white males convicted of one or more sex
offenses. The basis Oi the defination of a sex offender is
thai it means an individual who has been arrested, tried
and convicted for a specific sex act legally forbidden a
criminal activity. Data on two other groups were devel-
oped lor purposes of comparison.
The study found that in only one category of sex
offenders, that of homosexuals, did the .lews constitute
as much as two percent and the authors commented that
This could have been anticipated "for it is only in this
realm of behavior that no one can find a legal sexual
outlet.*'
In presenting data on types of sex offenses, the re
searchers broke down the religious classifications by de-
gree of piety: inactive, moderate and devout. The offenses
for which the subjects went to jail were listed in cate-
gories of heterosexual offenders, heterosexual aggressors,
homosexual offenders, incest offenders, peepers and ex-
hibitionists. The offenders and aggressors' criminal sexual
acts were broken down into three sub-categoriesagainst
children, minors and adults.
There were no Jewish sex offenders in the incest,
peepers and exhibitionist categories. The percentage of
Jews among heterosexual offenders again.-t children wa
one half percent for inactively religious Jews, 15 percent
for moderately religious Jews ami none for devout .1
No Jewish heterosexual offenders against either minors
or adults were among the convicted men.
In the category of heterosexual aggressors, there were
no Jewish offenders against children ir minors. Tl
were tin) Dumber of web Jewish ainst
adults14 percent inactive, and 0 7 percent each for I
moderate and devout Jew-, among such offenders.
The largest category of convicted Jewish sex offend-
was thai of homosexual offenders against adults24
rcenl among : inactive J -
Among moderate and Jews, there
offenders in this category. Jewish homosexual offen
a-t children included 2 1 percent for religiously in-
active Jews, none among moderately religious Jewish sex
offenders and one percent among the devoul Homosexual
offenders against minors totaled 0.7 percent religiously in-
active Jews, and lo moderately religions Jew-.
No devout Jews were included among such sex offender-
While the number of Jews among convicted sex of-
fenders in this sample is minimal and general conclusions
about the impact of piety are hence dubious, the data ap
parentlly indicate that the more devout the Jewish -ex
offender, the less likely wa, he to become involved in any-
large variety of indictable sex offense- and that, to the
minimal extent to which Jews are involved in such of-
fenses altogether, the "largest" percentages are in cate-
gories of religiously inactive Jews. The authors stress that
in this area, as elsewhere, Jews are rarely criminals.
Oonferenoa of Christian- and Jews, examines this
itsae calmly and objectively and offers a number of
examples of church ownership of valuable property:
The Temple Baptist Church in Los Angeles owns
all stock of the Auditorium Office Building: First
Methodist Church, Chicago, own-, a downtown office
building; the Mormon church owns several mercan-
Copital Spotlight By /Milton friedman
Israel's Troubles-
A Generation Gap
Washington
?HE SYMPATHY of many young
' liberals for Israel last liaj
has turned into apathy and even
hostility. Israel no longer appeals
to the "in" crowd of intellectuals
who dream ot universal social
change.
The main reason Israel de-
scended SO abruptly from the crest of popularity is
that -he dared to win the war. Youth identifies with
the victims of the world, it would appear.
According to the graduates of the finest univer-
sities, Israel i- actually pan of "the establishment."
The bright young men of both worlds, the govern
ment and the dissenters, are bored by Israel. Israel,
they say, is based on "archaic traditionS, old leader
hip. an ancient religious dogma, militarism and 8
neocolonialism concept called Zionism."
In the thinking of the campus revolution. Israel
is old and therefore bad. The Arab liberation"
movement is new and therefore must necessarily
be good. A naive concept of the new left is that
Communist and leftist nations and movements may
not be perfect but must be excused and supported
because they are headed in the proper direction
Israel is seen as the product oi an older genera-
lion, a part of the stupid world created by parents
Young Jews are saturated with Israel. "We have
heard too much bragging by pompous rabbis and
have been dragged to too many posh and smug
dinner-
The New Lett would quickly deny it. but the Old
Lett has subtly insinuated the party line. New Lett-
ers ai irrassed to denounce Israel outright be-
caum Vnn Prank is still a beautiful person" But
they are read) to assail Israel on an "intellectual"
To some extent. Israel i- suffering from the gen-
eration gap. over hall the population ol the I nited
siate- ..- now under 25. They do not remembei the
lish Ol the 1930s and 1940s. Their political orien-
tation began alter the era of Sen. Joseph McCarthy
whose excesses made anti-Communism a "cult" to
be scorned. Thej matured with Castro a.- their hero
The United Fruit Co., the Establishment, and Ba-
tista, the militarist, were the villain.-. Then Ho Chi
Minh emerged as the "good guy," Premier Kj was
the "fink," the U.S. forces were the fascists, the
Viet Cong the freedom-fighters.
The spring madness is confusing to many It is
especially annoying to the harassed Israelis II they
are stooges of the Washington warlords, why can't
they buy the Phantom jets they need.' If they are
neo-colonialists and militarists, why do the Arabs
become immune from criticism for the very same
tendencies? Why arc Nasser and Hussein pitied
while Ehkol and Dayan are ridiculed? 11 the Russian
role in the Middle East is not that of a militarist,
colonialist and imperialist, what in heaven's name
is?
tile and banking units a- well as farms. The
long
Strong arguments can be made for not taxing
church and synagogue property: the religiou-
tution- raise the moral and cultural standai Is
society. Thej do fine charitable work. The power
to tax remains the power to destroy. Nevertheless.
concerned citizen- still may reasonably ask: "Why
-hould the fire department protect churches and
synagogues without charge when I have to pay for
like protection for my hou-e? Why should police
piotection and other city services be provided free
to religious institutions, thu.-< requiring usthrough
tax paymentto help maintain institutions whose
pieachmcnts I do not share?"
The sober observation of Dr Eugene Carson
Blake, former president of the National Council ol
Churches, is worth repeating: "In view of their fa-
vored 'ax po-ition. with reasonably prudent .Man-
agement America'- churches ought to be able
to control the whole economy of the nation within
the predictable future 100 years from no-
present pattern ol religious tax exemption bj fed
eral. state and municipal authorities, if continued,
max pre sen I the state with problem- ol -uch magni-
I ide thai their onlj solution will be revoluti
expropriation ol church properties
Highlights In Sports
JESSE SILVER
Red Holzman
pED HOLZMAN will be back as coach ol the N York
* Knickerbockers next season. A former scout v
York. Holzman is believed to have signed a
winch will paj him the highest salary ever given k
coach. The estimates run from S30.000 to C3&0I
according lo Red, nothing would have induct
sign it Selma, his wife, hadn't okayed the deal.
Holzman guided the Knicks to third plat
MBA's eastern division and a spot in the p
had a 28-10 regular season record.
For one reason or another, many of the lop w.-h
tennis players were out of tournament eompetit
past year or two. The Netherlands' Tom Okker v. q
in the Army, Julie Heldman didn't play for about
and Allen Fox was concentrating on hi.- studies
All are back now. and Okker and Heldman In
than i
Okker, the Maccabiah Games champion, capl
South African championship, and defeated two t .. Enter-
ic, ns in Ihe process He stopped Graebner in I
finals, 4-6, 6-4. m. 5-7 6-3, beat Riessen in I
12-10, 8-1, t>4. then combined with Riessen to
rown.
Earlier, on the Caribbean circuit. Okker ;
successful lie won the singles at Kingston, Jan i
Barranquilla. Colombia He :l>o captured the &
mixed doubles in Colombia, and the double- ii
and Curacao Nol as successful in the United SI e
did, however, gain a -hare of the National Indooi s
title.
Miss Heldman also played the Caribbean cil s '
won the .-ingles in Mexico City, and reached the '
Caracas. Her victory in Mexico was by default. she
did defeat France's No. 1. Francoise Durr. twice I had
another big win at Madison Square Garden.
stopped Rosie Casals. 3-6. 7-5, 6-1.
Fox. 28. who now has a doctor's degree in ps
and pilots his own plane, reached the finals at S '""
Puerto Rico.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
How About An 'Uncle's Day"?
UkfE HAVE just gotten through
observing Mother's Daj
When will we have an Uncle's
Mother. iil i0UI -e :- full;
rving of the honor It i- enough
i ash win re would we be without
[other?
The v isesl thing Adam did was
to many fcve and make her a mother Of course
Adam didn't have any alternative Eve said to
Adam. "It's me or nobody. There's no other girl
on the block "
Okay." said Adam, "I'll go down to City Hall
this morning and get a license."
Mother has her day. There i- also Father's Da]
Every dag has his day. But not Uncle.
Think how much time uncles spend raising their
nieces and nephews and what do they gel out of It?
Cousins are a dime a dozen.
When Jefferson bough) the Lo
for filteen million dollars, hi- opponent- said,
a ine what a b.g steeple it would maki
would pile that many dollars one on top Ol
other."
Bui the cousin pile would be ex en greater
Ei i n Jefferson and John Marshall, the i
Justice ol the Supreme Court, were cousins
they foughl one another like cat and do
A person should not ignore his relatives '
Granl saved the Union but also saved his rel
When he became President, he invited bis
in-law to live with him in the White House. He -
other relatives jobs. When he ran for a second ter
his supporters said, "In the second term, he
make a good President, because he is ah
through placing his relatives in jobs."
People tell yeu to practice brotherly love
that's where the danger lies. We will never
with brotherly love. Brothers are always mixing
into each other's business and that causes wars



Friday. May. 17. IP68
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
A Full Jewish Life
+Jewlstl tforrictictr
Paae 15-A
By RABBI CHARLES M. RUBEL
Congregation B'nai Raphael
In this week's portion of the
Torah reading, we' have the story
of an Israelite, who in the course
of a quarrel with another Israelite,
expressed him-
self in a disre-
spectful manner
about God. He
blasphemed Uie
Holy Name.
This was re-
ported to Moses
who immediate-
ly plated the of-
fender in pris-
on, to wait until
the Lord would
advise Moses of
the proper pro-
cedure in the
case. The next
day. Moses re-
*cd word l'rom God that the
man was to be punished as a
capital offender, and the commu-
nity wa< to witness his punish-
' m i public square. This was
tample to all .lews never to
, at such a serious offense. (Le-
ys 24.10-16'.
In reading the trial record of
;wn:iiit blasphemer, it occurs
to me "hat there i- a very im-
portanl lesson we Jews in modern
Jays can learn from this tragic
i< lent :n the desert.
rabbis tell us that this man
|lio cursed God's name was not a
Ihill Hedged Jew, but a member of
[the Ere* Rav, the mixed multitude
Exodus 12 38) who attached them- :
lves to the Jewish people on the
[taj out from Egypt, because they
Rabb! Rubel
feared God's vengeance. (Compare
with Hertz commentary on Leviti-
cus 24:10. p. 526). These were the
people who joined the freed Jew-
ish people, hoping to escape the
Lord's punishment against the
Egyptian slave drivers.
They were then not whole heart -
j ed Jews with a great loyalty to the
I God of Israel and to the Jewish
; people. They were, so to speak.
half-baked Jews, being unable to
[ decide between God and Baal.
whether they really wanted to be
good Jews or not. It was only such
divided loyalty that could give rise
I to a blasphemer.
Alas! How many of our Ameri-
can Jews are half-baked Jews. Yes.
they are all good Jews, but only
ai heart"I am a good Jew at
1 heart." And we have all heard the
famous expression "cardiac Jews "
But as to observances, the old
mitzvasleave them alone.
They have no time for services,
fo:' synagogue activities, for Kash-
ruth. Two attendance- during the
yearone day of Ro ithe second day is too burden-
sjr.ie). and Yom Kippurthat is
dent.
lei us realize that this type
li yishness is in the category of
a hvided loyalty, of half-baked
Yid li-hkeit."
Hr'i must aspire even under mod
: usiness pressures to reach
m. \ mum attachment to the Jew-
ish way of life, which includes
max "ium observance of our Jew-
sh y of life in all possible facets.
( by striving for the full Jew-
fe, can we be a pride and
- good American Jews, to
is and to our children.

SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Emor
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l\.oboinical television, ft
Joseph Zuckerman
To Attend World
Zionist Congress
The I.ebediker Branch of the
FarbandLabor Zionist Order will
honor it- president. Joseph Zucker-
man at ,i reception on Saturday,
May 25 bi fore their departure for
Israel v hen Mr. Zuckerman will
repre-< organization as a
delegate lo the 27th World Zionist
Congress in J rusalem.
A veteran .':oni-t. Mr. Zucker-
man was associated with Israel
President Zalman Shazar when
they both wen staff writers for
the "Yiddishe llundsau" published
in Berlin before the rise of the
Nazi regime.
Mr. Zuckerman also serves as
the Farband representative for the
Southern Region and is chairman
-if the organization's efforts on
behalf of the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal and the Jewish National Fund.
roqrants
><7
May >Ch. 109:30 a m. The Jewish Worship Hour.
Host: Rabbi Sol Landau, Beth David Congregation.
May 19Ch. "-10 a.m. Th< Still .Small Voice.
Ho-- Rabbi Leon Kronish Temple Beth Sholom.
ami Bead
Ma. 214 9 M to 10 30 p.n Van to Man.
Topn Current Issues
Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Pierce.
I articipants: I); Ma> A Lipschitz, Rabbi, Beth
ngregal i irth Miami Beach; Rev.
ward Grahi Zion Baptist Church: Rev.
Cathedral,
lo V I] be nl.ro.. :,. si eacl Sunday at 3 p.m.
FLAVIUS JOSEPHUS is consid-
ered to be the most authoritative
historian of the Jews in the first
century, the period in which the
Second Temple was destroyed.
-
Tlii page is prepared m
ion iciih the Greater
Miami KabbiMioul iStsoeiation.
tutor of the features
-.ere is
DR MAX LIPSCHITZ
Spiritual Leader of
BlTII ToRMl OoNORRGATION
ul Nos Ml V Ml Bl vOH
Festival symbols: Matzoh. Lulav, Etrog. Shofar, Book of
Remembrance.
"Seven days ye shall eat unleavened bread" (Lev. 23:6).
"... a memorial blast of horns ." (23:23). ". the
fruit of goodly trees" (23:40).
EMOR "And the Lord said unto Moses: Speak unto the
priests, the sons of Aaron, and say unto them: There shall none
defile himself for the dead among his people: except for his kin
that is near unto him, for his mother, anr for his father, anr for
his son, and for his daughter, and for his brother; and for his
sister a virgin They shall not take a woman that is a harlot,
or profaned; neither shall they take a woman put away from
her husband" (Leviticus 21:1-7).
The high priest "shall take a wife in her virginity. A widow,
or one divorced, or a profaned woman, or a harlot, these shall he
not take" (Leviticus 21:13-14).
No priest with a blemish might approach the altar to offer
a sacrificethe impure priest might not even approach the holy
food nor eat it. No animal with a blemish might be an offering.
The seasons of the holy convocations are then described:
"The seventh day is a sabbath of solemn rest ... ye idiall do
no manner of work ... In the first month, on the fourteenth day
... at dusk, is the Lord's Passover ... on the fifteenth day of
the same month is the Feast of Unleavened Bread seven
days ye shall eat unleavened bread" (Leviticus 23:3-6). The Fes-
tival of the First Fruits (Shavuot) occurs on the fiftieth day
after the first day of Passover. "In the seventh month, in the
first day of the month. s1_,.i'I he a solemn rest unto you. a memo-
rial proclaimed with th< Mast if horns, a holy convocation. Ye
shall do no manner i I rvitl work Howbeit on the tenth day
rf this seventh montl Daj of Atonement and ye shall
afflict your souls And y< >ha!l do no manner of work in that
-:ime dav; for it is a Di; Monement, to make at inement for
you before the Lord id On the fifteenth day of this
seventh month is th ast of rabernacles for seven days
the Lord"' (Leviticus 23:24 "
"And ye shall take you on the first daj tht fruil ol goo
trees, branches of pall trees and boughs ol thick trees,
willows of the brook and < shall rejoice before the Lord your
God ... it is a statuu for ever in your gem rat ons rind
Moses declared un:, th( < lildren of Israel the appointed seasons
of the Lord" (Levitici 4041, 44).
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., New York 5, N.Y. President
of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang.

. PIT, imSf
Austria Probing Charges Of Aid To Nazi Criminals
VIENNA (JTA) A man who
has dedicated his life to tracking
down Nazi war crimina..- charged
here this week that the Aus
Red Cross was aiding Nazi fugi-
tives to escape justice.
Simon Weisenthal, director of
the Jewish Document Center here,
submitted to Minister of Justice
Klecatsky information th;,! 'lie
\ustrian Red Cro-s was
it.-- position by warning '".. still
at large that they wer
wanted lists.
The Austrian Attorni
immediately ordered an investiga-
tion of Mr. Wiesenthal's charge
that the Red Cross was publishing
lists of wanted Nazis in news-
papers nor:- read by the fugi-
tives.
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
19 IYAR 7:41
S.HAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA
TiON. 9fc5 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Morris Barr.
kNSHE EMES. 2553 SW 19th Ave.
----------
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken
dill Or.. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
:. .i> I |i p m Hern* i.....- '''
Hal Utahi Havi Ai /thing New To
T-a h v-- Saturday 9:30 am Bar
,i s, ii and Elisabeth, child-
-n .f Mr ,iinl Mm Richard Perwln
-aurday 11 :B0 a.m Bar Mlttvah:
Uonard, won ol Mr. and Mrs Kuri
Uindlln
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
Friday 7 If, pin and 8:18 l> m. Bor-
aion "8el Mi Por .i s. ,il UUrm ~n>
HeartlTm Song of Songs" SMur-
d iv 9 am Th.- Ti.mh Uaaaon Bar
dltivah: Heward. son of Or
Lawn a K berg. Mini tut
iKelicrious <^<
'9
ervices
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th gn < :- .Mr. anil Mrs. Jack Salup
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnass.
. ,.i. i.i n m Saturday X:4F. am
"H It h Fit Judaism
Ti Survive?"
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
MINVONA1RES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional Cantor
Louis Cohen. "
OR OLOM (TEMPLE). Conservative
8755 SW 16th St. Miami. Rabbi
Ralph Z. Glixman. Cantor Benjamin
Ben Ari _
Friday x nni Saturday 11:45 am liar
Mitavah: Robert, son ol Mr and MM
David Siege!. Bhalosh BMdos B p m
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Avenue
Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff
Friday 7 3ft pin Saturday 9 a.m Sat
r ..n- "Israel Revisited "
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Av-
Modern Traditional. Rabb< Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson.
'inlay at ."unset. Batordas I
ermon: "A War To Be Wfcn' sat
t 'la\ i*.:4r, p.m Th
Itf p in Sermon rhi Tn
T ,|,|
BETH SOLOMON. 50 NW 5'st Pli:'
Conservative.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. Cartor Albert Glantx.
TIFERETH JACOB (TEMPLE). 951 E.
4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative.
Rabbi Mauric* Klein.
Friday 15 p.m BSrmon: -What noes
Lag B'omer Mean To l's Tt-i..y?
S.iiu- ... II a.ni.
ZION iTEMPLEl 8000 Miller Rd Con-
ervatlve. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
miamTbeach
aGOOATh ISAEL. 780T Ca.iyle Ave.
Orthodox Rabbi Isaac Ever
BETH TOV (TEMP'.e. 6*13 SW Str
St. Conservative. Rabb. Simon Apr'
I Idas H:i;, p.rr ip 11 >r Mr
' Slachter X !1 i hy Qneg Bhab-
' Saturday I i n Bar M
.-mi ol Mr and Mrs. Allan
BETH ISRAEL
Ortnodox Rabb'
770 *0th Street.
Berel Wem.
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig.
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE) 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Contor Zvi Aciler
PYMay BISO p in. and :3ft p.ni DlBdloa-
tlon liislallatinn Servl***' Sermon:
"Religion i" '"risis Saturday 9 i.m
':' / Pnrtlbn, Hur Mitavah: Richard
-i.ii i Mr and Mr- Dove .May.
1542-44 Washington Ave. Rabti A.
Ben-Hillel.
J". p m > ..
.....ii. "Knnwledg*

NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN ,TEMPLE).
Conservative. 1025 NE 183rd. St..
p m S mon "V.
i t \ alor .-.-:' oi
Snturda y 8:45 a.m i i -
tlon *'> a.tti
CORAL GABLES
JUDEA iTEMPLE) 5500Granna Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper.
Slli I' '
ZAMORA (TEMPLE). 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berqer
Cantor Hirsh March.
n p.m Saturdaj i.
Svrmo s pti i,.v.:,.
FT. LAUDERDALE
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Avi-
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Ab'amo-
wti. Cantor Nico Feldman
iv. lay 8 n m. S rrmon: "The 8 '
f n 3u.turd.aj I in
s.-mi. i of the L*tw Bar
Miuvah David, -on ol vir and I '
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BNAI SHOLOM (Temple). 275 NW
199th Street. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham M. Casael.
'S'AEL (TEMPLE). OF GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th SI. Roform
*i'*bi Joseph R. Narot.
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Li- ittle Be- oana Battl rfla 1 '
BETH JACOB 50- Washington Ave..
Orthodox R-iob' snmary(-,,h" h.
Swirsky Cantor Maurice Mamches.
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BETH RAPHAEL (TMLB). 1JM
Jefferson Ave eanaarvativt. "abb
Oavid Raab Cantor Siul H Breeh
BETH SHOLOM (TEMP.El 4144
Chase Ave. Ubral: bbi Lton
Kronish. Cantor Oavd Convser
R-ln r m. Oue ~ L'"
... ,.. .. -,.. daj IS a-m.
and Mrs. Herbert Ett; I *Jn,
NER TAMIO 'TgPi.S,. SOttt St. and
ratu Vi'-'iy Vl.dern Triil!-
tionai aa LJbovit^. C tor Edward ki n.
OHEV SHALOM, 70'I Bomia O' .
Ort >doa rtab1?' Phmeis vVabar
10 l in
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SEPHAROIC JEWISH CENTER Gil,
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmiaa.
YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
BETH TORAH. 164th St and NE nth
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
uchitz Cantor Jacob Renzer.
DTiday *> p.m. and R:I5 p m
ih: Ml.-hell.-, daogl Mr.
and Mrs Stanley Palke mil 1
daughter of Mr. and Mt
'/. har Saturrlay BSIO i i
vahl Jaok ,.son of \:
Kenneth chaitman; and i.<-
r [r and Mrs. Btantay edtnan
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 547 E.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Philip
Chaiton. Cantor Theodore Mindich.
EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrews Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton.
Cantor Jerome Klement.
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum.
!' iv v.ir. p.m Sermon: "American
Jewten Omgreas.1 Oneg Bhftbha!
Bponaored by Sisterhood. Baturday
8-4.r a.m. Sermon: Th.- PortU.....f Ihe
Weak.
HALLANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER,
126 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd.
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (TEMPLE). S. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel .laffe
-, i. er: Rabbl
1 '"i '. i.i -. in. Har
mii "f I and Mrs.
Norman Atkln
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles M. Ru-
bel. Cantor Jack Lerner
SINAI (TEMPLE). OcNOR'H 30E
Temporary office. 13801 N Una
Ave. Reform. Rabb' Ralph Kingslev
liYldiiv 8:1!, p m V Wejdll -
lI Auditorium 899 I 17th St
^ riii Miami Pea'h Sermor a--
pftols of lteform J an -:
linn nf l.rn' I' wed
Sh ibbal Baturday ii i m Bar M
v.h- Jaremy, son of Mr i d Mrs
i
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE). 172S
Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbi
Morton Malavsky.
SINAI (TEMPLEl. 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi Dav d Shapiro.
Cantor Vehudan Heilbraun.
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL ITEMPLEl. 3500 SW 69th
Way Conservative. Raooi Irwm
Cutler.
POMPANC BEACH
SKY LAKE SVNAGOCLE. 18181 Ni
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan,
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 90 NE 1/lst St. Orthodox
Rabbi N.iti.ih Porualt.
iiVidnv 7;4i> p.m ,sii.iird.y i Bjan. Sar-
ni.in Timer As An Altitude -
dy 7:4f. pm
SHOLOM iTEVPLE 132 BW nth
Ave Conservative Rans Morris
A Skoo Cantor Leon Sega1
- |. in Serin ii the
Jew -h Hall ol h'ume Satui I
a.m.
SURFSIDE
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Surfs'de Community Cente'. 9301
Collins Ave. Orthodox. Rabb. Isaao
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Friday. Mcv
Chaim Grade Wins Top JWB Fiction Award For 1967
NE A YORKThe award (or out
-i*r.d:r. English language work
f flcliwi of ir- puWi-
->ed m the United BMea dunr.*
967 will be given to Chaim Grade
,'. New Y \r\ Ifcl
--'. Jewish Publication S
I Philadelphia at the
of the Nati
Aeifare Board Jewish Book
Council of America. Sunda>
The MOO Harry and Eihei Daroff
Memorial Award which Mr. Grade
will rec< one of the four
prizes totalling $1,550 : j b<
>er:ed at the Councils annual
meeting The other awaaria are for
1967 best bcjks on the Nazi Hclo
cau-;. Jewish thought, and Yid-
dish poetry
The 5500 Leon Jolson Award for
the be*: book or. the Nazi Holo-
caust will go to Dr Jacoo Robin-
son of Xew York for And the
Crooked Shall Be Made Straight
Th-.- Macmillan Co New York I
Dr Michael A Meyer of Cin-
cinnati will receive the Frank and
Ethe! S Cohen Award of $400 for
the best hook on Jewish that
a- the author of The Origin-
Mocern Jew u
University Press. I)-
Tne Harry and F! offcj
MTnona! Aari of &S
lih poetry will go ,
i tin of New York for L
Hurban un Lider fun (
Poem, of the Holoc,
Poems of Faith'i 'Work:
Uoa of Bergen Bel>*n A-

The 6-Day War
was just a short
interruption
in Israel's struggle
to survive.
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Do not misunderstand.
The 6-Day War was a
bloody, desperate strug-
gle for survival.
But the people of Isra-
el have been struggling
to survive for 2000 years. ____________
Today, in the after- Israel have been building ing in from all over the
math of one war, they are a nation for 20 years. world,
still in the midst of the While for 20yearsoth- These immigrants
other one. ere have been trying to have escaped persecution
Constantly short of tear it down. and deprivation to come
money and equipment Meanwhile, thousands to Israel for a new life
and water, the people of of immigrants are flood- But the people of Isra-
Israel Emergency Fund of the
Combined Jewish Appeal
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el no longer have enough
money to help give these
immigrants what they
need: food, shelter, cloth-
ing, medicine, education,
rehabilitation.
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immigrants.
The 6-Dav War is over.
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Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida. May 17, 1968
Sectior. r
Ossip Is Reelected By Bureau
Aaron Kahan (left), executive director of the Greater Miami
Israel Bond organization, discusses plans for the Miami
Oleh Reqel pilqrimaqe with Abbie Ben Ari. head of Israel's
Tourism Department in the United Stctes.
First Group Leaves
On Oleh Regel Tour
Forty residents of the Greater
^ .inn area left this week aboard
t liner S S Queen Anna Maria
... tin- first contingent ol the Oleh
! egel pilgrimage to Israel -p in-
sored by the Israel Bond Organiza-
in. Tiny will be joined by 150
..UTs who will have via El Al
'.line* on .lime 4 lo begin the
I Igrimage the follow ng day in
.i rusalem,
Di Aaron Kahan. executive di
i i tor of the Israel Bond Organize
t hi. left this week by air for
Israel to make advance arrange-
ments for the tour which will he
h ghlighted by the pilgrimage on
fool from Mount Zion to the Wesl
cm Wall. Jewry's most sacred
.-Imne in the Holj Land.
The arrival in Jerusalem ol the
Miami travelers on June 5 will be
marked with ih celebration ol the
first anniversary ol the liberation
>f the city and will be climaxed
with the Oleg Regel procession
In Jerusalem and in other parts
I the country, the group will meet
n private sessions with top gov-
ernment officials and the leading
representatives ol the business and
cultural life ol Israel.
On his advance trip to Israel
this week, Dr. Kahan will meet
with Israel government, business.
cultural and military leaders.
many ol whom will be guests of
the Miami group at a series of
luncheons, dinners and other oc-
casions as they journey throughout
Israel. He is expected to meel
with Prime Minister Levi F.shkol.
Defense Minister Moshe Dayan,
former Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion, Finance Minister Pinhaa
Sapir and Mayor Teddy Kollek of
Jerusalem and many other leaders.
Albert E. Ossip has been elected
for a third term as president of the
Bureau of Jewish Education.
Other officers elected were:
Leonard Zilbert. Mendell M. Selig,
Melvyn B. Frumkes. and Leon J.
Ell. vice presidents; Jack Katz-
man. secretary; Oscar Maniber.
treasurer, and Joseph Cohen, hono-
rary president.
The Board of Directors elected
'lie lollowing new board members
lo serve tor the year. 19(18-1909:
Daniel Neal Heller, Abraham A.
Grunhut, Irving B. Kaplan. Victor
Reiter, Jerry Sussman, and Mrs.
Henry B, W rnick.
The Board also heard a travel
Weizmann Farband Unit
i he Chaim Weizmann Branch of
the Farband-Labor Zionist Order
will hold a symposium on "Zionism
and Its Achievements" at 7:30 p.m.
Sunday at the Washington Federal
Auditorium. \Z'A Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach. Moe Levin is chair-
man of the branch.
i report by Jack Katzman in which
j he described Jewish life in many
'countries ol South Africa and South
America.
The Bureau will hold community-
wide graduation exercises on May
27 at 7:30 o.m. at Beth David
Congregation.
The Exercises will salute the
20th Anniversary of the Stale of
Israel and Zeev Boneh. Consul
General of Israel, will address the
graduates of the Central Hebrew
Huh School and graduates of the
Hebrew departments of nine reli
jjious schools hi the Greater Miami
I area
The Florida District winners in
the .National Bible Contest were
ii d. lii. y arc. Sharon
Carmi, advanced Hebrew Division;
Steven M. LeVine a.id Paul Rich
ard Bennei' oi si Petersburg, and
Jody Bl'anse and Steve Berlin o!
Hollywood, all winners i:i the com-
prehensive English division. Thej
will represent Florida in the Na-
tional Bible Contest to take place
in New York on Sundav.
Announcement was made ol the
annual testing program by the
Bureau, which includes 10.000 tests
:n eight subject areas now bein^
administered in all Jewish schools.
AlBfRT OSSIP
Dr. Michelson Is Feted
For 25 Years At Hi I lei
A testimonial dinner honorina i
Hr. Donald D Michelson, director
n! the B'nai B'rith llillel Founda-
t. in at the University of Miami
will be held at the Duponl Plaza
li del in the Encore Room Sunday
a' 7 p.m.
Dr Henry Kiim Stanford, presi-
dent of the university, will be the
i itured speaker lor the occasion
Prof. W. Fred Shaw, academic
dean at the Miami-Dade Junior
College South Campus, will give a
rief address
Members of the B'nai B'rith llil
i Advisory Board, joint sponsors
o: the aftair with President Stan
f d. will be present to honor the
r tiring llillel director.
Dr. Michelson, who is complet-
ing twenty years of ssrvice as
di-ector of the Hillel Foundation
at the university, recently an-
nounced his resignation from that
post to accept an appointment ai
director of the Humanities Divi-
sion at the Miami-Dade Junior Col-
lege South Campus
Since Dr. Michelson's arrival in
Miami in 1948. hf has presided
over the affairs of the Hillel Foun-
dation and was instrumental in the
expansion of its services Irom 1600
to 3500 Jewish college students
He helped design the present
llillel building and spearheaded
he drive for its construction. He
iias taught courses in Jewish his
ory, culture and religion, and has
counseled thousands ol students
luring his 20-year tenure.
Dr. Michelson received his early
secular and religious education in
laltimore, Md, lie graduated from
Eastern Kentucky University and
hen pursued graduate study at
ieorge Peabody College and Van-
lerbilt University, from which in-
ititutions he earned his Masters
and Doctor of Philosophy degrees.
The Miami University religious
eader was a professor of history
.,t George Peabody College, at the
Tennessee State College, and was
,i professional religious educator
teiore coming to Miami
Since 1949. he served on the fac-
Ity oi the University of Miami
n the departments of Historv and
Humanities. He has been active in
community aiiairs. particularly in
the areas ol human relations and
youth leadership.
He was invited by 1'resident
Eisenhower in ii*<> t> preside over
a discussion group at the White
House Conference on Youth. He is
author ol a biography of William
Franklin Phelps, and has written
extensive!) in professional jour-
nals
0*. DON AID 0. M1CMEIS0N
Israel Is Y Campus Topic
ti. v \i v w 11 a of Greater
Miami will present the tlvrd in its
four-part vvcekh series, Commit-
ment on Campus- at 7:30 p.m.
Monday at the Y.
Is Israel's Problem Our Pro-
blem?" will he the topic of the dis-
cussion which will be lead by Gale
Marantz. youth director and Sun-
; day school teacher at Temple Or
Olorn.
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Fridiv. May 17 \y^
Spaniards Hold Ma.-* For Hitler
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Hitler" and the Nazi "Hortf Wes \
se!" song sounded outside a Ro- '
Mn Catholic church here Jhis
weekend where >>me 300 Spa-
Nazi >>mpath:zers attended a ma-
'or Adolf Hitler on the 23rd anni
vc.-ary of his death.
The demonstrators were extreme
right-wing Spaniards, including
veterans of the Blue Division which
fought alongside the Germans on
the Russian front during World
War II.
The mass was arrayed private-
ly with no advance public:-)
members of the West German Err,
beapy here- who learned tha:
w^uld take j. ted the Span-
ish Foreign Ministry and Arch."
prevent it from
ng into a poi:ticai demonstra-
tion Such a -ration, they
pointed out. could have adv
effect* on a visit
b by 1
.*r rimX Kiesi'
Z.crust leaders Zjicr imc! Letaii" c: the an-
I Slake "* '.sicfl Auuiewsarv Cetei
BH itaasm -:' -he Soatfa r.orida D:s-
:.-- Zioa -: Oiaanii to b?
today ereninq at ."---:- Emanu-EL
'' ca SI 3wn from efl are: Sidnev
Raymond. Gil Rrri-xiDcrt. Ben Giiler, Na-
than K. Darskv. i;"5 recipient c: die Service
for Israel Award, Julius J. Rosenstein and
Dr. Irvlr.q Lehrmar..
Cantata To Highlight ZOA Dinner
A i ai tata inspired by Isi
irj .a- Juni Six-Day v. ai
... he presented .Uoimah
a! the annual Israel anni-
-el'-bration dinner dance
aponsored by the South Florida
District* of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America at 6:30 p.m. Sun-
day at Temple Emanu-E'.. Miami
Beach The dinner dance will be
preceded by a cocktail party at
5:30.
Nathan H. Dardcy will receive
the ZOA's Service to Israel Award
in ceremonies at the dinner with
Dr. Irving Lehrman, spiritual
leader : T-mpie Emanu-El, autk-
:n-j, the presentatien.
the ZOA Southeast Region, will
" as toastmaster for the eve-
ning.
Julius J. Rosenstein is chairman
of the event with Mortimer May.
.lick S Popick. Sidney Raymond.
Jacob Rifkin and Leonard Rosen
serving as honorary- chairmen.
Cochairmen are: Joseph Cohen.
Isaac Donen. Ezra Finegold. Ben
GiUer. Abraham Gmnhut. Bernard
IKaU. Morris Minov. Albert E. Os-
sip. Max Parness. Sam J. Perry,
Leo Robinson, Sam Reinhard and
Morris Simon.
Gil Rappaport. executive direc-
ts r of the ZOA Southeast Region.
is -erving as coordinator.
Rabbi David Shapiro, president < The cantata, written by Mrs Ar-
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Emanu-El Day Camp
To Open June 17
TeffiQlc Emeu :-ZVs Summer
, Day Camp will open on June 17
. for its 11th consecutive year. Mil
j ton Feinstein. director, announced.
The Camp is under the personal
1 supervision and guidance of Dr
I Irving Lehrman Two four week
j sessions will be held June 17-
July 12 and July 15-August 9 The
Camp is held at the North Branch
Building, a completely air-con-
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.Street and Dickens Avenue. Miami
' Beach.
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Beth Torah Cites
Participants In Its
Education Program
Beth Torah CongreKation con-
cluded its Adult Education Insti-
tute academic year with a lunch-
eon at which certificates were
presented to 69 participants in the
ionises.
The luncheon was addressed by
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, princi-
pal of the Hebrew Academy of
Greater Miami, and Mrs. Adolph
Berger, chairman of the congrega-
tion's Adult Education Committee.
The Committee also included Mrs.
Stanley Cohen, Mrs. David Egozi.
Mrs. Morris Cruenberg and Mrs.
Richard Sneider.
Under the guidance of Dr. Max
A l.ipschitz. spiritual leader of
Beth Torah and Abraham .1. Gittel-
gon, educational director, ten
ourses were offered over a twenty-
five week period during the aca-
demic year.
Dr. Lipschitz taught one course
n 'the basic beliefs and practices
of Hasaidism and conducted a
uncheon study group In text study
if the Guide to the Perplexed"
> Moses Mainionides.
Mr. Gittelson taught a course in
Jewish history and Mrs. Irving
Seidel conducted a Bible text class
.n the study of Genesis.
Hebrew classes were conducted
by Mr. Gittelson. Mrs. Seidel, Mrs.
Morris Levin and Mrs. Benjamin
Mtshulcr Mrs. Gittelson and Mrs
Max Steinlink taught a Yiddish
course.
Jewish Home Schedules Elections
The Board of Directors of the
.Jewish Home lor the Aged will
hold its final meeting at 10:30 a.m.
Sunday in the Home's Ruby Audi-
torium.
The meeting, which will feature
a buffet luncheon, will include the
election of new officers for the
coming year.
The nominating committee,
headed by Circuit Judge Harold
B. Spaet, includes: Mrs. Dorothy
Kink, M. J. Kopelowitz, Irvin Kor-
ach, Joseph A. Post and William
A. Weintraub.
Mr. Weintraub who also serves
as president of the JHA Men's
Club, announced that his organiza-
tion has raised almost S15.000 to
cover the cost of new furniture to
be purchased for use in first lloor
rooms at the Douglas Gardens
facility.
A final drive to top the $15,000
goal within the next few weeks
was agreed upon at a recent brunch
meeting of the Men's Club at which
Arthur Kalish, associate director
of the Home, showed color slides
ol the JHA buildings and grounds
and discussed future programs.
Leo Rose, Jr., Miami Beach at-
| torney, is president of the Home
Workmen's Circle Slates Israel Fete
The Meyer London Branch 28 of
The Workmen's Circle will cele-
brate the 20th anniversary of the
State of Israel Friday evening, at
8 p.m. at Miami Beach Federal, 755
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach.
Sender Kaplan of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation, who
was formerly editor of Jewish
Life" newspaper in Havana, and
honorary' consul from I srael to
Cuba, will speak on the 20th anni-
versary of the State of Israel. Two
short films "Target Peace" and
! "News Release" will be shown, as
' well as a colored film Children
ol the Exodus" narrated by Zero
I Mostel.
lUDGt HAROLD SPAfT
Judea Slates Film Show
Temple Judea will present a
showing of the lull-length Israeli
film. "Sallah, following services
on Friday evening. The Coral
Gables congregation will also open
he same evening, an exhibition of
water colors by the Israeli artist.
Igal Geyral. The exhibit will con-
tinue through Sunday morning.
Temple Sinai Picnic
The annual picnic and field day
of the religious school of Temple
Sinai of North Dade will be held
starting at 10:30 a.m. Sunday at
Greynolds Park East.
THE MENORAH has seven
Stems. It illuminated the taber-
nacle and temple and hangs from
synagogue ceilings as the 'eternal
light." The eight-stemmed meno-
rah is for Chanukah, commemorat-
ng the eight days ol the Chanukah
miracle.
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"World
0ewii]ti Ploridian
Fzidery Mav. 17. 1C68
Paqe 5-B
Mrs. Philip Thau Is Installed By
Miami Beach Chapter Of Hadassah
Mrs. Philip Thau was installed
this week a> the new president of
(he Miami Beach Chapter of Ha-
dassah at the organization's an-
nual donor luncheon.
Mrs. Thau, who succeeds Mrs.
Henry B. Wernick as head of the
ti.OOO-member chapter, is a former
president of the Brandeis group
ol Hadassah and former program
vice president and administrative
vice president of the chapter.
She is honorary president and
former president and national vice
president of the American Tech-
nion Society Women's Division; is
an immediate oast president of the
Greater Miami Women's Division
o! the American Friends of the
Hebrew University and has been
active in the Temple Emanu El
Sisterhood and other organizations.
Other officers who were installed
M*%. rHIUP f. THAU
. with Mrs. Thau include:
Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Mrs. Samuel
Z. Sakrais. Mrs. Oscar Sindell. Mrs.
Joseph Shapiio. Mrs. Fred Jonas.
Miss Lillian Goodman. Mrs. Nat
Barth and Mis. Henry B. Wernick.
I honorary vice piesidents; Mrs.
iJen Zeigmund, Mrs. Sherman
[Fait, Mrs. .\ornian Meyers, Mrs.
j Barnett Beckerman. Mrs. Samuel
| S. Gjldberg, Mrs. Emanuel Ifentz
and Mrs. Sylvia Kurland. vice
presidents
Alsj .,11 s Joseph Rosenberg, cor-
resp mdi.ig secretary: Mrs. Eliza-
beth Krivitzin. financial secretary;
Mrs. Benjamin Linde. recording
.-ecretary; Mrs. Joseph Sugerman.
I honorary treasurer; Mrs. Manning
Mintus. treasurer: Mrs. Harry
' .Jlatoif. auditor and Mrs. Dorothy
; Trustees are Mrs. Morris Alpert,
Mrs Jack Katzman, Mrs. Harry
tCastan, Mrs. Edward Ltfshin, Mrs.
.ia.oId Melnick and Mrs. Irving
vvestin.
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The Lincoln group of the Miami
Beach Chapter will hold its instal-
lation in the Starlight Roam of
'he Shelbourne Hctel at noon Mon-
day Mrs. Flrrence Goldtarb is
chairman of the day with Mrs.
Rose L Brown, program chairman.
Mrs Thau, newly elected presi-
dent of the chapter will be the
it-stalling officer.
Mrs. Hattie Wagner will enter-
tain with songs. Her accompanist
w !1 be Aida Yaslo.
The Kadimah group had its in-
stallation last ueeK with Mrs. Bar-
nett Beckerman as the installing
of:icer. En'.ertainment was fur-
nished by Marion Spears and Es-
teile Hoberman.
Lebediker Farband Branch
To our Beloved President
JOSEPH P. ZUCKERMAN
known in all circles as J. P. 1-,
ard his charming wife, our Sylvia:
We are proud that J. P. Z. has been chosen as our
representative and delegate to the
27-^ WORLD ZIONIST CONGRESS IN JERUSALEM.
We esteem your priceless ability to have increased our
n-n-Sership from 31 to close to 500: for keeping our
r-embetshipwoll informed and devoted to Israel,
culturally and financially.
THEREFORE, We the Members and Officers, are preparing
an outstanding celebration in your honor on May 25th.
Musical arrannments bv the Israeli Composer,
SAMUEL L. FERSHKO
THE OFFICERS
MAlWt NNM Vheoretiaent
SOLOMON rAKtitSS, fin. Sec.
LCOH OfSSTtlN, Treasurer
JACOB FRAYOMAN ** Sec.
HANNAH fltliW, Archive Sec.
OSCAK TtTtNBAUM,
Entertainment Chairmon
SIMON TtltNBAUM, Membership Chairman

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Cool & Scenic
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FINEST JEWISH-AMERICAN CUISINE
Swimming Pool Golf Horseback Rid.ng
Supervised Children's Program Informal
SEASON
Mis. Richc :d Stone (riqht) newly elected
president of Younq Patronesses of the Opera,
takes the gavel at the installation cere-
monies of the orqanization. Also shown (from
left) are: Mrs. Richard Elias, correspond-
inq secretary: Mrs. James Anqleton, re-
cordinq secretary; Mrs. Richard Brockhouse
treasurer; and Mrs. James Robertson, vice
president.
Mrs. Solomon Is Mrs. Jack Stone Heads Beth Kodesh Sisterhood
New President Of
Menorah Ladies
Mrs, Irvine Solomon was in-
stalled as president of the Temple
Menorah Sisterhood with Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz. spiritual lead- i
er of the con
'."legation, d e-
voting his
sermon to the
occasion at Fri-
day evening
services.
Mrs. Solomon
succeeds Mrs.
Elsie Belsky in
he post. Other
Sliterhood offi-
cers installed
include: Mrs.
Lillian Roths-
child and Mrs.
president-, ways
Sam Schiff.nan.
Mrs. Jack Stone will be installed
as president of the Sisterhood of
Beth Kodesh Congregation at a
luncheon at noon Wednesday with
Rabbi Max Shapiro serving as in-
stalling officer. Chairman of the
event is Mrs. Gussie Jacobskind
Others who will take office in-
Mrs. Irving Solomon
Radio Show Gets Award
NEW YORK Adventures Ir.
Judaism.'' weekly radio show of
the Union of American Hebrew
Congregations, has won the 1968
Faith and Freedom Award for I '
standing achievement in the
munication of religious values. Th*
award was announced by Lisle M
Ramsey, president of Religious
Heritage >f America. Inc., sponsor-
ing organization for the award.
dude: Mrs. Sam Portin. Mrs.
Charles Poweis and Mrs. Leai
Kleber. vice presidents: Mrs. Sari
Cohen, treasurer: Mrs. Fay Wein
traub, financial secretary; Mr*.
Sadie R. Schucart. social secr^
tary: Mrs. Max S Xewberger. cor
responding secretarv: Mrs. Lout',
Stone, recording secretary: Mrs
Sam Schulwolf. chaplain: Mrs
Max Shapiro, honorary chaptair;
and Mrs. Fay Weintraub. par!.)
mentarian.
North Dade BB Women
:,hs [i vl lg I. -- was ii stalle'l
as president of the North Dada
Chapter. B'nai B'rith Women. i>
tup's do lor dinner Tu< sda
al the Miami Lakes Inn and .
trj Club. Mrs. Arthur Horwitz w i
the installing officer.
Essie Wolf,
and means:
vice
Mrs
vice president, membership: Mrs.
Alex B. r^ei ard Mrs Harold Dorf-
man. vice presidents, program:
Mrs. Sheldon Lelchuk. vice presi-
dent, youth: Mrs. Lee Gottlieb,cor-
responding secretary; Mrs. Jack
Sperans, recording secretary; Mrs.
Jack latelnian. treasurer; Mrs.
Gertrude Bergad. financial secre-
tary: Mrs. Margaret Blistein and
Mrs. Rose Berlin; Mrs. Morris Pol-
lack, parliamentarian and Mrs. Kl-
sie Belsky. chaplain.
THE BROWARD Jewish Singles
will h' !d a cocktail party from 7
p.m to midnight. Saturday, May
25, al the Ft Lauderdale Jaycee
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Friday. May P
Miami Chapter Of Hadassah To Install
Officers; Mrs. Weisberg Is President
BROAD IS
TO UJA
NAMED
UNIT
v .-..-r, -
ideacy of th< 2.701
ipter of Hadss-

ha| IW and the 15
--- at 7 30 p.m.
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I pa* vie*
V -: Chapter.
- Mrs Sam tktn
Mr- Steiaberf *:'.. pre*nt her
ir iD-re iesi "i^k at the
iti d at I
*ed b> a pro
HS. MIXVIIU Vff$BG
Brunch Set By
Teehnioo ^ omen
I )f Miami Beach
Mian rVarh Chaoter of
Aaericai Technion Soc
- Dhjiiaa mill hold its final
BiecUaa of the *ason on Thur--
. Mar 23. at the Algiers Hotel.
*. branch startinst at 11:30 am..
acaonfiaf to an announcement by
Mm Milton Srk.r. prescient of
the ;roup
Mr M:-\ Kerr viea president.
. :i be chairman of the day
Or. Um BMetlnS a2enda will be
--or. membership, life mero-
beribip and sponsorships to be
*he Te-chr.ion in Haifa. Mr'.
S 'V B will pv a comprehensive
r* : her (ear raan as presi-
Elccttoni for the coming year
N be held at the meeting.
it+i will feature entertainment
Helena Koretsky. vocalist
% and danc- dated
the ever..-
The aewry luiiaud Eia Karem
Group will join the fourteen other
officers in-
Mr- Gerald Soltt. in-
:cer
New Chapter officers are Mr-
Maur..- SJamant, adainustraUvc
vice president Mr- Ralph Hankin.
organization v:ce president. Mrs.
;edman. membership vice
leaf: Mr? Morn- Herman.
:und raising vice president: Mrs
Stanley Buibir. education vice
itrt and Mr* David Seithn.
it-nt.
Mr^ Henry Paul is the new
Ifn Morris Lauritz. fi-
nar.< i tarj Mn Jala Free-
n;-mbership due- secretary:
Mr- Bernard Mandler recor:.
M Burger.
Mrs A
at
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Mrs
N.
, I tin.
K
b: Mr-
Mr- Abraham
Mi s pus Mn -lack Co-
Benjamin La-
Ramah Mrs lack Sills. El
nor Roosevelt Mr- Albert Sus>-
man and Mrs Joseph Nachman.
Shalom; Mn Joseph Sandweis. T:k-
rab: Mrs Sidney Slights. Torah:
Mias Haze! Markov. Chain Weiz-
mann
Mr- Ralph Deutsch is chairman
if the evening.
Mayor Shepard Broad of
Bay Harbor Wand has been
named to the National ("a-h
Committee of the United
Jewish Appeal The Com-
mittee, comprising commun-
al leaders from all parts of
the nation, will seek to re-
deeai by June 30 the pledges
made earlier through the
hundreds of local community
campaigns. Mr Broad is a
member.- of the UJA National
Cabinet
Temple Or Olom Procession Sunday
Will Mark Dedication Of New Torah
Arabs Say Auto
Firm Yields To
Boycott Of Israel
LONDON .ITAEgvpt announc-
ed this week that a five-year Arab
boycott of the American Studebak-
er automobile firm had been ended
.. iring the compans's pledge to
- all licensing and dis-
tion arrangements ritl K ill
er-Fi azer "f Israel Ltd
A
capitalal
Aral I
tafa Halim. Egyptian regional
lirector. He said the IS.
company had submitted documents
proving that agreements involving
the State of Israel had been liqui-
Israeli sources disclosed that the
Kai-ei Frazer operation in Israel
:n which Studebaker Larks were
built there under Studebaker
lioaaac was suspended two years
ago when the Israeli-American firm
li-continued building the Stude-
baker vehicle, i
Temple Or Olom will dedicate a
new Torah on Sunday, the gift of .
Mr and Mrs Henrv Paul. Cora!
Gables, members of the temple
Herbert Paul their son. will be
ting Miami from New York for
the dedication
Ralph Fiste!. chairman of the
event, announced that the tradi
tional proce-sion will start at th<
Zaire Shopping Center. Coral Way
and Southwest 87th Ave at 9 30
am. and will proceed north on
87th Ave led by Rabbi Ralph Z
Glixman and a Jewish War Vet-
erans color guard, and members
of the congregation, to the temple
grounds at 8755 SW 16th St
At the tempi*. Rabbi Glixman
will o*rf-onn th traditional "mar-
riage" of rhe new Torah to those
now in the Temple Ark. Rabbi
David Lehrfteld of Kneseth Israel
Congregation will participate in
the dedication ceremonies, and de-
liver the principal address.
A B ok of Lif< *ill
-
ielp member* make
n the crolI will eon
eremor.
Proceeds of dona .; j*
sed for the kick o : [the drivt
->r a new educational win; foi
he Hebrew School. a>.
\rthur Roth, temple pre-;
Refreshment- will be servi I b--
the Sisterhood, head.
dent Jean Kaplan
Or Olom Sisterhood
Slates Games Brunch
The Temple Or Olom Sisterhood
will ponsor a aame- brunch from
10 am. to 12:30 p.m an I xUj
May 28. in the temple audit I iun
Mrs. Gilbert Diamond is hair-
man of the day with Mrs Albert
Rosen ailing a- eocl
Thl committee inc!:; Ii Mrs
Max F'umar. Mr- lack St nail
Mr- Paul Zuekennan M Sol
Beni Mrs la I L
Mrs. La i renci Kaplan
and a tra ToraL Scribe I

B'nai Raphael Sistertwod
The 11th annual donor luncheon
of the Bnai Raphael Sisterhood
will be held on Sunday. May 2*. at
the Seville Hotel. Miami Beach.
Mrs. Irving Furman. vice presi-
dent of the Florida Branch of the
National Women's League will be
\ guest speaker at the event Mrs.
Arnold Miller is donor chairman
B. B. Menoroh Women
The Menorah Chapter. B'nai
B'rith Women, will install officers
and board members at a snack
luncheon at 12:30 p.m. Monday at
the Algiers Hotel. Miami Beach
The group will also meet at 12:30
p.m. Tuesday. May 28. at Washing-
ton Federal. 1234 Washington Ave.
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the congregation's Sisterhood to
be held at 8 p.m. Thursday. May
23. at the Temple Mrs Hyman J
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* Ifni+t rkrMiar
7-B
Adventures With Eye Makeup
By MARIAN SNEIDER
Eye makeup has never been
my shtHt.
But one day I walked into a
dress shop looking for something
to wear to a cocktail party. With-
in five minutes I unmet it (amaz-
ing timing). It was black silk \
taffeta with long sleeves that had
the right amount of lace at the
ends and an equally modest bit of
lace at the neck. It fit perfectly.
"You look great." the salesgirl
said. "That dress is you."
"I love it but 1 don't usually
wear black. Doesn't it make my
face look like Crayola lime?"
"Absolutely not." she said.
"You just need eye makeup, my
dear. Look at your eyesthey're
naked."
"Naked?" I uttered as I clutch-
ed my eyes in embarrassment.
"Yeah, honey, naked!"
She proceeded to instruct me
in eye shadow, mascara and eye
liner, told me how to put it on. :
take it off and even offered to !
Mrs. Henry Gewitz (left), chairman of the recent installation
luncheon of the Island View HosDital Women's Commitlee,
presenis a plaaue to Mr. Harold Giunoff on the occasion of
the latter's completion of her first vear as the Women's
Committee founder president.
Beth David Installs Sisterhood Officers
Mrs. Nathan Spiegelman will be
installed as president of the Sister-
hood of Beth David Consregation
at a luncheon at noon Wednesday
in the congregation's Spector Hall.
The installing officer will be
Mrs. Harold Reinhard. past presi-
dent of the Sisterhood and of the
Florida Branch of the National
\\ omen's League.
Mrs. Max Jacobson. also a past
i'aidant <>f the Sisterhood, will
serve as chairman of the day.
Other officers to be installed in-
clude: Mrs. Norman Sholk. Mrs
Kichard Bailey. Mrs. .lack Greene
and Mrs. Arnold Mickelson. vice
presidents: Mrs. Herman Alexan-
der, recording secretary: Mrs. Bon-
nie Savitz, corresponding secre-
tary; Mrs. Theodore Gordon, treas-
urer: Mrs. Manuel Lubel. associate
treasurer; Mrs Marvin Rosenberg,
membership secretary; and Mrs.
i.eon Braverman, parliamentarian.
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starting at 4 p.m. at the home of
Mr and Mrs. Daniel Neal Heller.
30 Wesl DiLido Drive, Dil.ido Is-
land. Miami Beach.
Paul M. Taylor is president of
the group.
Dermers Entertain Moms
Miami Beach Mayor and Mrs.
Jay Dermer held open house for
Miami Beach mothers on Mother's
Day, Sunday, at their home.
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give me a lesson in the whole
">mg a I'd buy the stuff and
bring it in.
By the time the dress was
wrapped up, I was too. I went to
the drug store and bought the
whole shmear. I couldn't wait to
get home and try it.. It was late
in the afternoon and 1 was glad
Stan would be home soon so I
could test it out on htm.
When 1 put the stuff on, it felt
like I'd borrowed somebody else's
eyelids. "But better heavy than
naked," I thought.
Stan came home and I batted
my lashes as I told him the stew
was almost ready and blink,
blink did he have a good day
and blink what's new?
"Yes. it was a good day." he
said. "Say, how come you got
dirty eyes?"
Crash! The sound of my eye-
lids slamming shut reverberated
throughout the kitchen. I dashed
into the bathroom to get the stuff
off. Then my eyes burned. I look-
ed around for some ointment I'd
seen. Ophthalmic ointment, it
said on the tube. I put some in \
each eye Everything became1
blurry.
.Must have gotten some mas-
cara in them." I thought. I put
some more ointment in. Blurrier.
Stan walked in and wondered
what I was doing. I told him I'd
gotten something in my eye and
that I was fixing it up with this
Stuff, He looked at the tube.
"No, oh no!" he said. "This di-
lates the pupils. You won't be
able to see well until it wears
off."
"It'll take about two weeks to
wear off, Mrs. Sneider." the eye
doctor said the next day.
I stumbled through the follow
ing weeks looking like a Lexing-
ton dropout, but now all is clear
again. Such a happy sight, these
naked eyes!
No. eye makeup is definitely
not my shtik.
I THE BENEFACTION of Baron
Maurice de Hirsch, a 19th century
banker, exceeded S100 million,
most of which went toward colo-
nization of Jews on the land.
I, RAY GROSSBARD (formerly
RAYA ROSENFELO NEE AVER-
BUCH, AM LOOKING FOR
WITNESSES who have per-
sonally known my Daughter
HELENE ROSENFELD from Lem-
berg, Poland, and who have
witnessed the mass murder of
17,000 Jews in Sosanki-Rowno
on November 6, 1941. Among
these victims, who were shot
and buried in 14 graves, were
my Daughter Helene Rosen-
fled and my parents, Lea and
David AVERBUCH,
Please contact me at 700 -14
Street, Miami Beach, Florida,
Telephone: 534-1693.
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Engagement Told
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Mr. K of Mr
Mrs. Joseph Kn 47 (5 Or-
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Miss aber is .
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5ch< Nursing
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Stacy Paul yon-
Mrs. L. Termo
Mrs Leon ird Tcrmo
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after
May
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Mr. and Mrs
Surfs
s:ty. Mrs.
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I is a mac
m:ss hiKV cUBff
Suburban League
1 o Toast Variety
Hospital Backers
Sparkbag Jewels" w-.ll be the
' ~- of the aaaaal Suburban
Lagw doaar award! ntechttn
-:-'i\ a: the Four Ambassj,
I
Mrs Alv.r Beasa ,re-.:-:. ta>
teed mat Mr* Haro:d Taylor
I Mrs Davj Seaaater will be
this years chairman tad caeaair-
rean o: the e\e--t
Sabarbaa League ratses funds
I -.;..-- H the Oacatoo Pro-
gram a: Varietj Cattdrea'i H-
t... arc. members work as \olun-
teers tad i tea a: the hospital
Gaesl i\ tbc Icaeoa
be Mrs Edward W. Broad] I
Temple Zion Confirmation
Scheduled For June 2
""'"-- 23 till bold confinna-
tioa rereasaaiee on Soaday. June 2.
a: 8 p a: the syaagogae.
Rabbi AL'red Waxanaa. spiritual
leader of the congregation.^ will
The coniirmands are: Michael
BemfeW. David Brown. Lews Fo
Barbara Furman. Roberta
Gatesaaa, Bochelle Giant*. Wendy
Grata, Juke Haber. Joyce Kaplan.
E:n Ij Kati. Sue Ellen Kogan.
S ri Kufeld. Saadra Mara. Wendy
Rohhini, David Stakoler, Martha
"in *^ life ..-...-tee of the Varietj
ttee, who endowed the na-
non "WaD af Faith"
noral a: the k
The Newi In Fine Gift?
AW Of c flint Accessaries
ANN TEAKS. INC
7400 Rec Road South MaaaJ j
ft Tfce VwttiJ TW MbMMIn
Co ne and Brow -::-.- 5 :; \
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FLOWERS
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MISS MARDAH f ASTIR
Secret Anti-Jewish Group
Uncovered In South Africa
JOHANNESBURG JT.V A
-- I h anti-
Jew v _ro and opposes the
So :-. \:: gime be-
cause it is "too liberal'" :< operat-
ing underground, according to a
report in the lea ins. Afrikaaaer
Uy. Dasbreek"
The croup ea!!> itself Die Nuwe
lerwag' The Nea Mounted
Guard) and has pro.*esionals.
wealthy farmers and some e
servants am ng .:- estimated IJOO
membc. -
Soul K. Bre-?i. ccr.tor of Tem-
ple Beth Rtro'r. a e'. pfiami
Beech ben baen opoointed
rboinaon t the now Hiqh
Rise Diristoa c: the iewish
Ncttiooa] Fund of Greater
Mirrr.. ^-:rri:r;c: :o en an-
- MiDcameol bv roaepfa Cohen
INF Dieaidenf
ANDERSON S
OfFICE SUPPLY CO INC.
Cmpittt tin* cf Htmt
$tti*r> Art S^li Pruitiiij 0*tkf Cbturs rlWt
A>ytk 9 Pe/irereW Amrmtttrt frtt'
T2fJI UV. 7 Arc. Mmrlh Miami
n**tn-$4it
Mardnn Faster
Is Fiancee Of
Lloyd C. 7 a ml
V.r and Mis Daniel Fasti r df
Cincinnati have announo-d the
1 '- ir daughter,
Mardan J nne to Lloj d r
Zar. Mr- Walter
'/..<' 1 A North !'...
from

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mond. 1:
Mr. Zand gradual I /
raits I : h James
Scholar He ua- afi with
Zeta Beta Tau Fraternity. He is
eurrentlj finish:.-.
at the Chicago Medical School and
- lip year
a: the University of Mil
Hospitals m surgery
The couple will be wed June 9
in Temple Sholom. t'hica .0.
(lamp Judaea To
Combine Athletics,
Jewish Livbig
Sunday. July 14. anr) Sunday.
*-us. 11. have been announced a
the open house dates at Camo Ju-
daea, located in the Blue !;;d;r
Mountains at Hendersonville, NT.
In addition to the regular camp.
I"- sessions, Camp Judaea will
host the Southern Region Se
Juiaean Convention in early i .
phu a unique Chug Chahitzi
neer. camp be.'ore the regular sea-
son opens
limited to a little more than 200
boys and girls from 8 to 14 years
of age in each four week si
Camp Judaea continues its own
unique'y differenl pro-ram Camp-
ers enjoy all of the normal camp-
ing activities, combined with an
nmsual concept of dynamic Jew-
ish Irving.
MISS MARSHA MGRMSOi
Miss Morrison
Is Engaged To
Charles Dolsak
. Mr *"* Mr< "a Tannen
announced 1 ,.men,
of their daughter Mi M0rrl
son. to Charles '.'.
-on nf Mr and Mn
>ak of MacDonald. I
Marsha attended s ,; ^n
ior High School and .radu-
ated from Oberlin C .June
Mr Do!-ak is tlsi lent at
01 rlln.
The couple will be wi june
12 at the home of th< a{
tht bride elect.
Mrs. Bsni-mir. Ste nmuJkr,
ore-ident of the Bav HarbM
GrouD of Hado=*crh rer^ives
the cavel at rnstcilr.tior. cere
monies from Stanlev T~te in-
sta'Mna r> DRAPERY DISCOUNT
wrr 13 rrari
$28.80
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v Cedars of Lebanon llospit-
Auxiliary held their "Spring
va" awards luncheon this
..: Tuesday afternoon at the
- teraton Four Ambassadors
tel.
hairman of the even! was Mrs.
. , n blue silk skimmer with self-
,bric floral appligues scattered
era!!, and the dress featured a
l-up neckline.
Mis. Ted Lotterman, president
the Auxiliary, was in a black
. r.d white striped knit. Her dress
as trimmed with jet buttons
( own the front.
Mrs. Doran Zinner was in an
-eO pink linen ensemble. A gold
;d white knit was the choice of
Irs, Nathaniel Levin. Miss
klene, Bivoire's white knit dress
i .id coat were trimmed with nar-
ow bands of interwoven gold
'..me. Mrs. Sam Seitlin was in a
white three piece ensemble. Her
iirt and jacket were in a lace-
kc weave with black banding.
;-;< r skirt and jacket were in a
lace-like weave, with black band-
ing. Moygashel linen in burgandy
with an inverted V bodice in pink
was the choice of Mrs. Norman
Eicon.
Muted gold linen was worn by
Mrs. Carrie Rosen. Her skimmer
ureas and matching coat had a
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Ft
cowl neckline. Mrs Mer-
man Paul was m an avacado knit
with bone and turquoise inserts
at the bodice. A gold and while
Oriental silk brocade was worn
by Mrs Milton Weiner. Her hand
embroidered handbag was from
Hong Kong. A long sleeved ivory
lace was the choice of Mrs. Ber-
nice Saphin. Bone colored silk
organza ruffles trimmed the neck-
line and cuffs.
Composer Mana-Zucca chose a
shocking pink silk brocade en-
semble. The fabric was inter-
woven with gold lame. Miss Flo-
rence Kutzen's emerald green
silk worsted dress had its own
matching coat. Mrs. Rosa Chan-
tin was in a three piece knit
with gold, brown, and white hori-
zontal stripes. A yellow and white
polka dotted silk was worn by
Mrs. William Sagman. Her long
torso line was banded in white
End the skirt was pleated. A gold
siik brocade ensemble was the
choice of Mrs. Abe Katz. Mrs.
Meyer Brilliant wore a coral
lace sheath with a square neck-
line.
Mrs. Sam Badancs wore a
turquoise and white basket weave
skimmer. An Italian bone knit en-
semble was seen on Mrs. Jennie
Gordon. Her bodice was boldly
striped in orange, bone, and
black A tangerine linen ensemble
was worn by Mrs. Fred Schild.
Mr?. Herman Alexander's navy
and yellow knit featured a high
neckline. Kit bed navy knit band-
ed in white was worn by Mrs.
Harold Reinhard. Bone linen was
Markinq "Happy Babv Week" with a qiit
of hundreds of layette items for mothers
at Jackson Hospital who need them are:
Mrs. Sam Kurland, reoresentinq the women's
auxiliary of B'nai B'rith, who assembled
the items as a project; Mrs. Ira Reamer, co-
ordinator for the Dade County Chapter. Na-
tional Foundation-March of Dimes, of "Opera-
tion Stork," title of the project; and Mrs.
Tracy Here, of Volunteer Services at the
hospital, who received the qifts. "Healthy
Baby Week" is sponsored each year by the
March of Dimes, which fiqhts Birth De-
fects.
Freeman Named To C of (] Post
A prominent local executive will ( Commerce,
terminate a 16-year career with
Southern Bell Telephone Co. to
serve as executive director of the
new Greater Miami Chamber of
ISRAELI
entitled to
elections.
citizens over 18 arf
vote in the national
the choice of Mrs. Frank Rose.
Mrs. George Lister"s three piece
turquoise knit ensemble was hand
made. Shocking pink crepe with
a yoke of satin was seen on Mrs.
Joe Baschan. Mrs. Eugene Kom-
rad added a sunburst pin in
ombred shades of pink to her
pink silk challis dress.
Lester Freeman, assistant to
vice president. South Florida area
ol Southern Bell Telephone Co.. will
assume his duties with the newly-
constituted organization on July 1.
according to Chamber President
Lawrence B. Sheffey.
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The Israel Students Group at the
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showings of the Israeli motion pic-
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again at 9:30 p.m. Saturday in
Room 170 of the Learning and In-
structional Resources Center of the
: main campus.
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Friday, Mcv .7
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a the donor games Lunciveon at Temote
'rntto In J are 'Iram left: Mix. SaHy Krken. Mrs.
Dora \jt%uii. Mrs. Liber Husoes rtunnncs. and Mrs. Harry
Cesses. The hmrheon will be bald on Tuesday.
Israei To Mark Return Of Ok) City
JEELSALEM JTA The ftr*
hiti>i-> of the resuiiiieatxm erf
wtiihw ;,I e* celebrated oe
May S rhe -ia;. ictorthn? to
the Jew** eaieadar when la
troops reacaed Use weal *s.: lest
Menorah Film Showing
I
Greater
a* 2 p.m. in
hool
an The
proceed* from tbi the
: Me-
V
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;>- in I-.
to western Jerusalem under an
pHMI berween Ma or Teddy
Ko.'lek mi rj councillors
Me>or Ko!>k explained :hat the
ever- | for
Ea rr. Arab* and the ct*>
"
which they could not join so -
Dai
Parade.
500 Participate
In Mount Sinai
Annual Seminar
More than 900 physicians from
various parts of the United State*
have registered for the 18th an-
nual postgraduate seminar of the
Mount Sinai Hospital Medical Staff
which was due to open Thursday
and continue through Saturday
Dr Robert J. Trope is chair-
roan of the seminar which will
tear seven faculty members of
-jutstanding universities and medi-
cal schools discuss "Emergencies
-Medical and Surgical .'"
In Marvin L Meitus is serving
program chairmaa
Thirty-six national pharmaceu-
cal hoases *nM be represented
*ith technical exhibr- on the
tatesl in medications and equip-
nent
Assisting Dr Trope and Dr.
Menu' 'who is Chairman-elect for
sex- Seminar arc trK- fol-
na:rmen Jerome G Block
Warren A Jacobs, put>-
-;. Alexai .*. banquet.
1 Rj i lin, arrangi menu
I"
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I to Foreign Minister
Utba Eban :*- eeek ib'i
apposition to the celebration of
conquest ' i .'. i h t i
"on da)
bj stead Mayor
be one of nternal celebral
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+Jewish ttorldinr
Miami Beach Bond Election Is Set
Paqe 11-B
M nj Bi-ach property owners
ite May 28 on 10 proposals
ihich. if adogtcd, wilj enable the
, ij to proceed on a number of
,.,( projects.
Tht proposals, involving a total
(Hi (if S9.745.000. will permit the
flt) 10 carry out improvements in
t Ids ol sewage disposal, fire
protection, street lighting and im-
provements, water supply, storm
:i age, recreation and educa
Ban,
Ti 10 proposals have been
icaled down from a list of projects
psi rig more th;>n S20 million. It
i< the second phase in a program
thai was launched two years ago
i i et the needs of the growing
population of Miami Beach, and
ilace worn-out facilities orig-
tall: installed in the 1920s and
[:ii
eriy owner) la eligible to vote in
the May 28 bond election. This In-
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cooperative apartments.
MAVFAIRD PARKWAY
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iMmitti HrrtdUrtr
Fridav
May li
lion Mdfuak
Jeremy Botway
Jeremy, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Botway. will be called to
the Torah for his Bar Mitzvah at
he 11 a.m. services Saturday.
May 18. at Temple Sinai of North
Dade. which will be held at Wash-
ington Federal Auditorium. 699
ME 167th St., North Miami Beach.
Jeremy is in the seventh grade
it John F. Kennedy Junior High
School and is in the Temple Sinai
Religious School, where he is a
member of the B'nai Mitzvah
Uroup and of the Lyric Theatre of
Miami.
Out of town relatives who will
ittend Jeremy"s Bar Mitzvah will
include Dr. and Mrs. M. J. Hal-
>erin of Flushing, N.Y., Mrs. Irv-
ng Halperin of Los Angeles. Mr.
md Mrs. Jack Sittenreich of Jer-
sey City. N.J., and Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard J. Smith of Rutherford.
N.J
* *
Jack Chaitman
Jack, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ken-
leth Chaitman. will observe his
-lar Mitzvah Saturday morning.
May 18. at Beth Torah Congrega
ion.
Jack is a student at John F.
it the Harold Wolk Religious
tendered by his parent* in Spector
Mall of Beth David.
Among the guest- at the celebra
tion will be Mrs Rose Feinberg.
and Mr and Mrs. Morris Silbei-
man. Howard's grandparents.
^ s
Deborah Kurman
Deborah, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Miii-: in Kurman, will cele-
brate her Bas Mitzvah and will
assist Rabbi Alfred Waxman in
Howard Vogel
Richard May
School of Beth Torah Congrega-
ion. He will become a member of
he Confirmation class of 1969.
A reception in Jack's honor will
ake place at the Harbor House.
iis maternal grandmother. Mrs.
uina Morris, and his paternal
irandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Irving
haitman of Miami Beach, will
ittend. In addition, out-of-town rel-
itives, including Jack's uncle. Sol
tlorria from Indianapolis, and Mr.
ind Mrs. Al Morris will be coming
n for the occasion.
Alan Greenber.9
Alan Greenberg, grandson of Mr
nd Mrs. Jack Salup. 5005 Collins
Xvenue. Miami Beach, will cele-
>rate his Bar Mitzvah at 10:45 a.m.
Saturday. May 18. at Temple Beth
iholom with Rabbi Leon Kronish
fficiating.
Alan is a student of Beth Sho-
>m'.- ( onfirniation Class of 5731.
Michelle Falke
Michelle, daughter of Mr. and
Irs Stanley Falke. of 711 NE
69th St.. North Miami Beach, will
bserve her Bas Mitzvah Friday
veiling, May 17, at Beth Torah
Synagogue.
Michelle is a student of the
>urth year and will become a
.nember of the Confirmation class
t 1969

Howard Feinberg
Howard Steven, son of Dr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Feinberg, 2000 SW
:8th St., will become Bar Mitzvah
it Beth Davit! Congregation Satur-
day morning",' May 18.
Howard is a seventh grade stu-
school, and is a member of the
7.S. Navy League Cadet Corps.
A reception in his honor wifl he
Jack Chaitman Deborah Kurman
conducting the evening services
Friday. May 17, at Temple Zion.
Deborah, a seventh grade honor
student at Glades Junior High,
plays the flute in the school band.
She has been a pupil at Temple
Zion Religious School for the past
four years.
Mr. and Mrs. Kurman will host
the Oneg Shabbat following the
services and a reception at home
in honor of the celebrant
Lee Friedman
Lee. son of Mr and Mrs. Stanley
Friedman, will observe his Bar
Mitzvah Saturday morning. May
18. at Beth Torah Synaaogue.
Lee is a seventh grade student
at John F. Kennedy Junior High
School and has attended the Har-
old Wolk Religious School of Beth
Torah since nursery school days.
Attending the reception to be
held at the Eden Roc in his honor
Saturday evening, will be his ma-
ternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Ed Linderman. and paternal grand-
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund
Snyder. of Miami Beach. Stanley
Friedman. Lee's father, has served
as executive vice president of the
Beth Torah Congregation and is
presently serving as a member of
the board of directors of Beth
Torah

Richard May
Richard J.. son ol Mr and Mrs.
Dave May. will become Bar Mitz-
Alan Greenberg Howard Feinberg
vah Saturday, May 18. at Temple
Emanu-EI.
Richard is in the seventh grade
at Ida M Fish, r Junior High
School and plays cello in the school
band.
The celebrant Will be honored
at a reception Saturday evening in
the temple ballroom. Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Berick and Mr. and Mrs.
Leon May. Richard's grandpar-
ents, will attend the event.
Robert Siegel
On Saturday. May 18. at the
8 30 am services. Robert, son of I
SW 15th St.. will become Bar Mitz- i
vah at Temple Or Olom
Robert is in the seventh grade at
Rockway Junior High School.
Mr and Mrs. Siegel will host the
Temple Emanu-EI Holds Dedication
For New Officers Of Affiliate Groups
Jeremy Botway
Lee friedman
David Simian
The annual dedication service for
the incoming officer.- and directors
of the Sisterhood, the Brotherhood
and the Parent-Teacher Association
of Temple Emanu-EI will be held
at 8:30 p.m. this Friday. Mr. Jo-
>e"h Cohen. Temple president, an-
nounced.
Dr. Irving Lehrman will greet
the new officers and officially in-
duct them into office.
The newly elected Sisterhood of-
ficers led by Mrs. Bernard D Kap-
lan, president, are: Mrs. Irving
Lehrman. honorary vice president;
Mrs. Andre Bialolenki. Mrs. Henry
Gewitz. Mrs. Jacob Katzman. Mrs.
Murry Maisel, Mrs. Raymond Mai
schick and Mrs. Ellen Barrist. vice
presidents: Mrs. Sam Wiesen. ex-
ecutive treasurer: Mrs. Charles
Rosengarten. treasurer: Mrs. Mi-
chael Sossin. recording secretary:
Mrs. Mario Stone, corresponding
secretary: Mrs. Max Dinisman.
membership financial secretary:
Mrs. Harold J Segal, life member-
ship financial secretary: Mis. Paul
Krachmer. social secretary; Mrs.
Elliott Harris, historian: Mrs.
Leonard Abramson. chaplain
Sisterhood Board of Directors in-
clude:
Mesdatnes Joseph Abelou, Zvi Ad-
', ', "' A.....|,;,u"1 Lou'*
Baron. Max Bauer, William Bersmn
Kae Barman, Jack Blrnbaum, Milton
r.luni Max l:.. Harold j Brook* Herberl BuchunM
Jful*._A Bunlm. lul.- i- >
Herberl Cohen, Benjamin Cypen
''..... -\ i--i.st.-in. George Feuer Irving
Flrtel. Morrli Fl.her. Jack i--.. i;i.
en i: Frank. Samuel Freeman Leon-
ard Frledland, Samuel Friedland
Maurice Gang, Ban Zlnn Glnnhun
Units Gleaner, Jacob Qlaesmaii Fred-
erlck L Ooldberf, Mist Esthei ;.....|.
-""'] O........mil. Miss Lillian
i'Kniman, Raymond Goodman, Uii-
1..T11 h Gordon, Stanle) Grauer hbt
' I i.inn.' i ireene \ H
Hankoff. Louie Hauser Harold Hlr I;
f,HU- *......1 Hochbera Joaeph Hoff-
man S.>| Irvl.n Myron ivler, Ham
M Kaplai Baul H Kaplan, S .
Kati. Perrj Kaye, Murraj A Kern
Abe I. Kiuk. Donald Keren, ll...
knretsky. Murrj Knrjltky, Vai [ ;,'-
Turnie, Alben s Lnufer, Harold \
U\vy Trlxle Levin. Willard J Lewln
Joseph M Lipion, Samuel Upton, l>-
..... Lorber, Sam Lubj Jr .
M-v- B Marks. Herman MeAilo-
w-lu. Emanuel Menu. Morrln Mlistone
v ... ?in,S?Jty' ?" Morton.
Jeuwlrth, Edward T Xewman, I .
Al Podvln, Jack S Popl, k, Ham
K OP. William PUe. Paul Plotklri,
Mr and Mrs. David Siegel. 9410
Oneg Shabbat following the Friday
night services and also the kiddush
following Saturday morning serv-
ices A reception honoring the
celebrant will be held at his home
Saturday evening
David Simson
David Merrill, son of Mr and
Mrs IrvingA Simson. will become
i Bar Mitzvah at Temple Menorah
Saturday. May 18. at 9:30 a.m.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will of-
ficiate.
a seventh grade student at Nau
tilus Junior High School. David it-
tends the Religious School at Tern-
pie Menorah.
Following services a luncheon in
David's honor will be held at the
Seville Hotel.
Among the guests will be grand-
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Julius
Lamken of Miami Beach and Mr.
and Mrs Abraham Simson of New
York.
a>
Howard Vogel
On Saturday morning. May 18.
Howard, son of Mr. and Mrs Joei
Vogel. will be called to the Torah
as a Bar Mitzvah at Temple Zion
A seventh grade pupil at South
Miami Junior High School. How-
ard plays the saxophone in tin-
school band.
Mr and Mrs. Vogel will host the
Kiddush following the services and
a luncheon at the Doral Countrv
Club with many out-of-town guests
attending on Sunday afternoon
Phyllis Zohar
Phyllis, daughter of Mr and
Mrs Abraham Zohar. of 16810 NE
9th Ave.. North Miami Beach will
observe her Bas Mitzvah Fridav
evening. May 17. at Beth Torah
Synagogue.
Phyllis is a student of the Mitz-
vah class and will become a mem-
ber of the Confirmation class of '
1969 |
l'i.;/.l. i;. ..in.- U Hand l-eonard
lli.-li.-l-i-ri. Nallian R-----' V.-tl
kranti. Simon E Rubin Marvin A.
Sackner, Mortimer Schaffer. Fi
Schneider. Murra; Bcuwartsmai s..|
C Shaye Jack Btlveman Sol Sllver-
M-lT'.n Slrtcln. Martin A Smith.
Kenneth Sokolslcy, Alfred Stone, T -
I..re it Strtlhl, Kre.la K Subin. Tobias
Su-^n\ar. NVI-.n Sv'-'-i. M-.-t-ael
Talnas. Joseph Teichman. Israel
Telteh, Philip F Thau.
Trushln. Han.1.1 M t'nger, Robert
U'eilz. The...Inre A Z.'l.
Daniel Neal Heller will be in-
stalled as president of the Brother-
hiod. Serving with him are: Jud:e
Frederick N Barad. Bob Bezark.
Benjamin Cypen. Irving Firtel.
Donald Korea. Charles Rosenblatt.
0. J. Rosenstrauch and Leonard
Zilbert. vice presidents; Samuel
txatz and Al Zablo. honorary vice
)residents; Andre Bialolenki. sec-
retary: Herbert Buchwald. treas-
uier; Jack Birnbaum. financial
secretar>: Judge Herbert S. Sha-
piro, chaplain
Elected t.. 111 Board
<>l Brocherh.....I are: Leonard Ai.rani-
|. Seymoui Altermar Louis
Baron <"... -> it -:^ Blum, Max Bodee- ,
man. Norman Chussltt, Joseph Co.
hen, Te.l Cohen. Mayor Jai Dermer,
Leon A. Epstein, lien Essen, .lu.i-:-
Milton F.-u.-r. -N..I, Flelsher, .:......rl
U Prank. Norman Glue?, Ben Zion
Glnsbura. Geora"* Q*ldberg Harvej
s Goldstein, Sol Goldstein, H-t. Al-
inder Gordon, Samuel .t Halperin,
Howard HlrschHeld Elliott Harris.
Peter E Heller Dr Sherman R Kap-
lan, Alexander Koaai Dr Eei W
Ki>ki i Al Kutasli Alfred !.> I
Harrj A Levy, Joseph M Upton
Sam Lubj .ir Emanuel Mentx Murn
Maisel Raymond Mir--.n;
Juliu-- Nachman Dr David N
ml T S'ew-mni lien E i .--..
K i'-i s-.i- \ Ra> mot .' M--l-
vli :. '. Rose v
1 i Ro I I rwl I ubl l SI moi E
-' [-, ;-.u- s- h
m Frsnk .-'- Benjamii s
s.-hw arts t ..(. silverm
Smith Mil!...-, sm.tlv Fred St >- -
.-... pi i .,.; B St'H Nelan
Mi. tuu I ''.-. ; ra J T '
I .\ Hi VVeinl Is Fu i .- !u
\'- -- I..... VI ell H M
-! v. si Marl \\
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The newly-elected F'TA officers
are Mrs F.llis M. Barri-i. presi
dent. Mrs. Itmiij lehrman. hon-
orary vice president: Mrs. Richard
Schwarz. Mrs Irvine Cowan. M-
Gene Brodie. Mrs. Pan! M Kasden.
Mrs. Irwin Cutler and Mrs. Jack
Scharf. vice presidents: Mrs Mor-
ris Bick\. corresnondinj secretary: '
Mrs. Eugene Hatfield. recording
secretary: Mrs. Rouer Sjbastier.
Social secretary; Mrs. Ted Hollo,
historian: Mr>. Harold J. Brooks,
chaplain
El*, ted i.. ll..- PTA Board
tors were M.--.l.,m. J i .
Harold Vbram- Harvej S Abramson,
Z> \ i'- r Ronald I
I -in- Baron, Ida Benrei
ii : Bin .:
Blasbenr, N'orman Blum. Lionel Bo-
sem I Brni dels Philip Brooki-
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h-.day. May. 17. 1968
*JtisMcricfiar
Page 13-B
[Mrs. Eva Shapiro (center), charier member ol the Ocean
[ Hcrbor Chapter oi Women's American ORT Southeast Flor-
ida Reqion. receives the orqanization's award for eotitin-
jous honor roll achievement at a recent honor roll luncheon.
| Shown with Mrs. Shapiro are Mrs. Hc/o'd Schneider (left),
president of the reqion. and Mrs. Morris W. Greenbera. vice
Coresident.
000 On Hand
lor ORT Honor
ol! Celebration
[More than 1.000 members of the
mtheast Florir'a Region, Worn-
I's American ORT. were on hand
;he organization's recent Honor
r 1 luncheon when achievements
outstanding members were rcc-
kr.izod with the presentation of
cards.
[Mrs. Harold Schneider, region
ftsident. addressed the gathering
th Mrs. Lou Jacobson. chairman
the executive committee, deliv-
ling the invocation.
Awards were presented to Mrs.
L ore Karp for highest Honor
\(". achievement and to Mrs. Eva
ipiro for continuous Honor Roll
ood Fair Opens A
ew Supermarket
t Grove Gate
An ultra-modern 21.500-square
: Food Fair supermarket has
ci opened in Grove Gate Shop-
(enter, at the southwest cor-
: of I'.S 1 and SW 32nd Ave.
F >o;l Fair joined a Zayre De-
rtment Store in the new shop-
. center, whose buildings are
signed with handsome brick and
lural shingle exteriors to har-
(Riize with the architecture of
surrounding Coconut Grove
munity.
I eo Kinkelstein. general man-
er of the South Florida Division
rood Fair, announced that more
a-i 9.000 food and household
ins are available in the new
ire's lo.lGO-squaie foot sales
pnally known brands as well as a
mplete line of Food Fair's pri-
ll label*.
Tie Grove Gate supermarket
Mains a gourmet foods depart-
ent, a wine section, and a com-
He service seafood and appetizer
p.irtment. Pies and barbecued
eats are cooked on the prem-
and displayed in warming
ens, ready to serve. The store
lures a full-view meat depart-
nt, with a service section for ;
sh meat and poultry.
SKVLAKE BUY:
SKI! BOAT! SWIM!
LAKEFR0NT-$27,500
Large 3 bedroom 2 bath.
Family Room with brick fireplace.
Eat-m kitchen.
Overlooking Large, air-cond .
lenced. mnny extras, immediate
occupancy. Best Boy!
UNBEATABLE!
ROSE AND ROSE INC.
REALTORS
1981 N E '63rd STREET
PHNE 9*9-2181
Executive Home On Acre
5 Bedrooms. 4 Paths divided with
3-2 in South wing and 2-2 m North
wing. Modern kitchen with built in
appliances. 55' Florida room with
BBO. opens to screened pool and
patio. Central heat & AC. Over-
sued 2' 2 car garage. Near all
Palmetto schools.
MRS. O. B. CLINE. JR
2700 S.W. 67th Avenue
Phcne 235-5094
ariefy Hospital Doctor
Honored By Peru
1 Agustin Castellanos. a pedia-
an at Variety Children's Hos-
I and an international au-
ty on heart conditions of
iren, has received a medal
I the government of Peru for
pioneer work in the field of
lology.
IT INSTITUTE of Miami, a
bofit organization, will begin
frier classes in fine art and
[nercial design on June 24.
MONEY WANTED
$25,000 2nd 101 S-00 month. On
beautiful 30 unit apt. house.
$12,500 1st ion en 3 Bedroom CBS
home, fenced, awnings, sprinkler. 2
blocks from large shopping center.
$14,500 2nd 10<"r 3 years on office
building. Cost $40,000, balance of
1st mortgage $9,000.
$2500. 10r 2nd $54 Mo. on beautiful
home. Loaded with equity.
$45,000 1st 10"-,. $570 Mo. Down
town income property.
CALL MEL HABER 374-1761
Guardian Mtg. 119 E. Flagler
Hanks Take Part In Home Show
'ehievement. Certificates were
^resented to Mrs Donald Carlin.
ir=. Tessie Kaye, Mr. Mae Shu-
ack and Mrs. Paul Taylor.
Among others honored were:
Mrs. Louis Baron. Mrs. Jack Breit-
''art. Mrs. Rose Brickman, Mrs.
Lester Brazilian, Mrs. Myron Co-
hen. Mrs. Maxwell Dauer. Mrs.
Morris \V. Greerberg. Mrs. Jennie
Grossinger. Mrs. Sally Helier. Mrs.
Florence Kupperman. Mr?. Morris
Lipp. Mrs. Leonard Oken. Mrs.
Russell Paul. Mrs. Jack Vivian.
Mrs. Irwin Weinberg, Mrs. Faye
Weiner and Mrs. Ronald Yarmark.
Past presidents who were hon-
ored included Mrs. Irving Sup ;man,
Mrs. Estelle Tischler. Mrs. Joseph
Wilkes, Mrs. Harry Rosenblatt.
Mrs. Louis Baron. Mrs. Florence
Kupperman and current region
president. Mrs. Harold Schneider.
Two North Miami banks will
bring the world of finance to
housewives and-homeowners when
he North .Miami Home Show is
itaged Thursday through Sunday,
May 23-28.
They are Peoples American Na-
tional and the Peoples Liberty Na-
tional, which will sponsor jointly
nne of the booths at the big com-
munity display.
The four-day home show will be
iresented in the North Miami Ar-
mory. 13250 NE 8th Ave.. under
he genera! chairmanship of Mrs.
KADESH BARNEA is one of a
score of oases in the Sinai wilder-
ness. It was a camping site for the
Israelites on their journey from
Egypt. Now Bedouin tribes make
use of the spring waters there.
NOW READ THIS
14 So. Miami units (1965)
S3CC00 down nets $7,727
Impressive Gables 17 (1965)
S35.0OO down nets $9,502
Big 30 near airport (1965)
575,000 down nets $17,502
QUINN PROPERTIES
1704 Ponce Realtors 443-4603
CORAL GABLES HOME
NEW LUXURY
Home >n very desirable location
3 Large bedrooms. 2 beautiful wall
papered baths. Huge separate
living and Florida rooms.
Formal dining room and 2 car
garage Dual system central
A>r and Heat.
OPEN 2-5
4206 Monserrate St.
J. ALLEN BROWN. REALTOR
Phone; *4t-7616
12= NET
PLUS AMORTIZATION
SI 00,000 CASH
MEDICAL-PROFESS'ONAL BUILDING
Prestige Areo fully leased
HOWARD KOWIT at 377-2029
GEORGE A. SIMON
Realtor
1177 BRICKEll AVE.
INVESTMENT
OPPORTUNITY
Heavy Construction Company seeks
loan secured by mortgage on
machinery. Potential yield better
than S6.00 lor each one dollar
loaned on conversion rights alone.
Minimum loan accepted $2,000
PHONE: 758-4771
HOME ON l'i ACRES
Improvements, locations. Country
living. 3 Bedrooms, 2 Bath. Rooted
Recr Porch. Open Pool. Bock
Property is completely Fenced.
JERRY D. STARR, REALTOR
10535 S. Dixie Hwy. 665-1161
COIN LAUNDRY
MAYTAG <1i*trlbiitor offers : nevi
Highlander Centera-the title*! In
self oervlce taundrle-N. Miami ami
Hyw.i Shopping Centero-ready for
buslneaa July. 115,...... Cash down
required.
LAUNDRY EQUIPMENT CO.
54 NE. 181 Street. Miami
Phone 624-3655
28 DELUXE UNITS, POOL
(OFF 79 ST. CAUSEWAY)
Terrific Volue. like new. Top
location. Income $49,000.
Only S47.5O0 down.
20'> cosh flow on investment
CARMINE BRAVO, Realtor
940 NE. 79th STREET
Phone 754-4731
Mary Carr. real estate and insur-
ance execul
$100,000
CASH AVAILABLE
TO
BE APPLIED ON PURCHASE OF GOOD
APARTMENT OR COMMERCIAL
BUILDING. ALSO HAVE BUYERS FOR
BROWARD COUNTY ACREAGE.
DONALD J. SHARPE
1400 N.E. North Miami BUI.
Dial 864 0834
Or Kenilworth House UN 6-2711.
PURE OIL BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITY
THE Pure Oil Company, one of the
nation's most progressive ond lost
growing oil companies, now offers
an ambitious mon on oopori-n:tv
to establish himself as o successful,
independent businessman.
You will be your own boss. As your
business grows, so will your earn-
ings.
for complete details coll Jerry
Morey 445-359?.
8.8 Acres In
Rapid Growth Area
Near Dadeland Shopping
612 Ft. frontage
on S.W. 87th Ave.
Zoned RU 1
Price $54,000
Property No. T0760
ARV1DA
REALTY SAIES, INC.
Write ARVIDA, Box 2973
Miomi, Forida 33101.
; ATTENTION BUILDERS J
?
t 6 TO 18 DEVELOPED IOTS ,

J READY TO BUILD ON J
? 20co Down EZ Terms
? 4
S.W. 92 Ave., Sunset Drive
? 4
\ ElllOTT ROSEN REALTOR *
Phone 667-8988 j
'
DISCOUNT CITY
A Money nuking opportunity to
00 intc Pusiness. N. Miami's
largest discount Market
low leasing Snaee tor the following
BUTCHER
GROCERY AND DAIRY
FRUIT AND VEGETABLE AREA
BAKERY
HARDWARE AND HOUSEWARES
PAINTS
AUTO SUPPLIES
CLOTHING, ANY LINE
SHOE REPAIR
APPL'ANCES
MUSIC SHOP
GOOD DRUG DEPT.
PACKAGE LIQUORS
GIFTS AND TOYS
JEWELRY
RUGS AND FLOOR TILES
STATIONERY AND CARDS
WIGS & BEAUTY SUPPLIES
Dczens cf other opportunitiea
This will be a 5 day a week
store. See for yourself and pick
your choice location. Or call
6S5-0931 or 13995 N.W. 7th Ave.
Evenings 532-4947.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
, SPECIALTY RESTAURANT
Nctionolty known with Lounge.
Seats 350. Business Building 8,
Grounds. $100,000. $25,000 Cash.
Contact MR. ANTON
Phone 377-4531
FOREST HILL LODGE
EAISAM, NORTH CAROLINA
Picturesquely Located on 40 Acres.
Near all Attractions. Golf Courses,
Etc.
For Information Call:
444-0669
VIRGINIA
MOTEL and Restaurant. Dance
Hall and Garage. Will sell or
trade for Motel or Apt. house
within 50 miles of Miami.
Phone 754-9575
GOLDEN HILLS
TURF 8, COUNTRY
CLUB
Very Large Corner Lots.
Near Club House $8500
Near Polo Fields S8000
CALL EllfN PRICE
759-2494 OFFICE
681-5989 HOME (after 5:30 p.
NOW
20,000 SO. FT.
2,100 FT. OFFICE
Brand new ready to move in. 18'
ceiling, choice corner, Dode's best
location.
Industrial Sites
Safe lease or Build
MIAMI DADE INDUSTRIAL PARK Inc.
4450 N.W. 135 St.
485-5191
WALK TO WORK
LIVE in inexpensive elegance in the
newly redecorated TAJ APART-
MENTS. A luxury high rise one
block from Courthouse and Federal
Bldg. Furnished rentals of $125 to
SI55 a month include utilities. Wall
to woll carpets, Modern kitchen,
pool and lounge. Linens and maid
service ovoilable. Moderate weekly
rates.
33 S.W. 2nd Avenue
Phone: 379-7664
Courteous Complete
24 Hour Service
If I a B. RUD, Realtor
575 M.I, 125th Street
North Miami, Florida
Phone 751-1688
HUNTING AND FISHING LODGE
LOCATION AND VALUE CANNOT BE DUPLICATED
Ideal for Corporation, Privote Club, ective business. Potential unlimited.
Completely equipped Motel, Aportments, large boot house, trailer park,
comp sites. 10 ocres, beautiful lend for exoansion. Recent appraised
lue $95,000. Prfced to sell lor only $87,000. Attractive terms to qualified
vn
buyer, for information.
P. R. GREENWOOD
899 loke Drive, Miomi Springs, Florida
Phone Miomi Areo 8881135 Sorosoto Areo 955-3060
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Page 14-B
*"Jer*ist FBankMBf)
Friday. Mav 17, -.-
Hyman Jacobs, 88,
Atlanta, Ga.r Leader
Hyman Jacobs, a prominent
leader of the Atlanta. Ga.. Jewish
community and well known in the
Greater Miami area, died recently
in Atlanta He was 88.
He was a former president of
Ahavaih Achim Synagogue and
was a past president of District 5,
Grand Lodge. Bnai B'rith. He
served as a voluntary lay chaplain
to Jewish prisoners at the Federal
Penitentiary in Atlanta and was a
leading supporter of various schol-
arship projects enabling needy
Ji wish \ouths to acquire a college
education.
Among his survivors are his
wife, the former Sayde Saul: a
daughter. Mrs. Leonard A. Bagen:
and two sisters. Mrs. Becky Clein
of Miami and Mrs. Minnie Hosier
of Atlanta.
GERARD
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
l.\ nit K -
Ua) \i.-w Lane, X Miami, passed
Ma) 12th Ca m< i rom < "
m< in M iami I ; attend*
- hit- Newcomb College and
L'nlvi rsltj !' M i
i an She was .. member of Tern-
i:. :i, sholom .it .i in ati r Miami
l- edi -.in..ii. it..).-, i Hope
,\i; Sc.ii Hospital Auxiliary. Sur-
. ivied b) husbat Thomas H of N.
Miami; z sons .lam-- an.I John
- ] /. M Krensk) and ih*-
late Lotus i Krensky, al I'. : sister
Hairy I; Smith, a brother
Herbert K Krensky, Miami: matern-
al graJMlinather Mrs Rose Messe
. were held al TH r. Klte.li-
SIDE 1MB Alton Kd. Char* I Inter-
ni. .,( .Ml N.I... i '. in. i. i j
HERTZ
.1 1 > .lr M T I..... T- I .1
SWB) Ma> : II. *\ as 'I.....II
..f ih. owner ..i the Hi rti Rein -a-
Car Co Member nl the l.,.ius Wings
and paal president of the March of
Dime* .-f New York Citj Ha Ik
survived by In- sister, Mrs. Paul 1..
Hexter Services were held a' I:
-aI. All..Ii Itoad Chapel.
ROSEN
.1... s i..>. ..f :::.: Cnlversity ln
Coral Oablea, passed awn) May v
He li.i.l made Ins home here for th.-
i>a-i II yean coming from Chicago,
ill II.- i- survived by Ms wife K.lna.
a ra.n Alfred Rosen an.I flaUgllter-
ln-law Mrs. Joy Roaen "f Mllwi
.. daughter Mrs. Sa'ndra Mesh ami
n-law Howard Mesh of Miami.
. Iher Meyer Rosen ..' Cl rngn
2 brothers Albert ami Philip ami a
-i-i. r. Mr- Sarah Tunli-k, allot Mi-
ami; Iren, Ronna ami
s...: i Mesh and Robs '
..i : iKI ii iv Ki'
\ KM \ i. Hi IMK iih mi. i ment In
Mt. Ni i." i'i ii. ii r>
PEISER
Mr- i "arolj n 64, of Sons i "oil vi
passed awa) Ma) a Came lo M B
!.....m Philadelphia \^ .
. Ife of the late Kurt Pi Iser.
Survived by brother Henry Tlefen-
l.r.inner of Chh an.. Funeral -- i
were held at 'nil-: RIVERSIDE, IgSn
N.-rmainlx Drive
KAMM
Marie Bater, &, of :::> S\V It St.,
paaaed away Ma) B sin- had made
her home in Miami for in.' paal 29
'-.it- romlng fr .Mrs. Kainin is survived by her
daughter Mr- Clara S. liair.T: a
grandchild Donald Schrager and 8
great grandchildren Joseph Mark
ami Joshua Paul Sehrager. Services
Were bald DON FUNERAL HOME,
with Interment In tne family plot
in Woodlawn i .in. i. rj
COHEN. Irving .1.. U, ISIS I.in...In
si Hollywood. tVndlington Chapel
Interment -Ml. Sinai
DRI'CKER. Sidney I,, v is. 57, 79 s W
Thinl Si. Van tirade! Chapel Inter-
ment Mi N'.lin
the Jewish brigade, estab-
lished in 1944. during World War
II. was first headquartered
Kgypt.
in
Three
easy ways
to get YOUR
Zip
Codeyl
Ask your postman.
ti Look at the Zip Nf.ip in
the business juyes of your
phone book.
BJ ( all your post office.
Always include your Zip
Code in your return address
so others can easily Zip mail
to you.
Published it I public service In coeo-
ratiun with Tne Advertising Council
GERMANS SOUGHT
TO FIGHT ISRAEL
BONN iJTAiA self-styled
Arab Aid"' organization is
recruiting West Germans to
fight against Israel through
Nazi. anti-Semitic newspaper
Deutsche National und Sol-
datenzeituns;. it was reported
in a television broadcast
here. The ads appeal to
"home loving" German
youth to help the Arabs.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. SB-17627
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
In \THI.KKN MESSIER.
Plaintiff
\ s
I.'his MK8SIBR
l >. fendanl
1.1 HR l.oits MESSIER
L'74 Roreapond Road
M;i.ll~..|l. Connecticut
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No. 68-7428
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR DIVORCE
OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
HANNBIJ RE HARVEY
Plaintiff
HARVEY
to 1 A I.K. an.I Clips ,, ,
HOMES al SIXTH Ml ijfl .
all at Miami. Kl..r,.la ,,,,,',, ".''''"'Ts.
- Hi Hi. ,.,'
I.a.1.. .-..
I ""IN.-...I. ,
l"V u i, -I'
r -anl nam.s ii|, iii, ,.. r* .
ir.ull f..un ..f l.a.l. ,-.,,.
TIIKMAKI.IXI) CIINKiil i
CORPORAT
nmnitinn.
THBUKiHK \\
1'. f.miaul
TO: THEODORE W HARVEY
Realdt nee t?nknowu
V-.u. UOl'ltj MEK8IER, ar. hereby I YOU, THEODORE W. HARVEY, are HARRIS AND 8IRKIN
notified that a Rill ..f Complalni f..r hereby notified that a. Complaint for I Attorney* for Applicant
Dlvoroa ha* been filed asaJnat you. I Dtimrca has been filed asainal yom. l-ili floor Dade Petlerai ni,|
anil >>u are roquirod to Kerve a npy and yr>u ar- r.qulr.-il i. serve a oopy Miami. Florida. 3S1S]
of your An-.r or Pleadlnj t.. ih- of your Answer Pleading to the -, ,,,,. .
Hill ( Complaint on Ihr riamlifl- i-..ni|.lanii for liivi.r.i mi llu Plain--------------------------------------------------L
attorney. KNURL \ POI.l-ACK. !?I tlfta Attorney, Ronald I. Davia, Baq., | _._J!2Ti?.i UNDER
i.miilaint.
Tliis not|
Quiz Box
Why it it custom to pour
water in an arta where some-
one dies?
The Code of Jewish Law men-
tions this as a custom tShulchan
Aruch. Yoreh Deah. 339:5). This
refers to the water that had al-
ready been drawn and was lodged
in vessels at the time of the death.
Some hold that this relates to .l'?mi- K,,,ri'1 ,.
,. v ,, ,. .. Attorney* for Plalntlfl
the Kabb.ilislic contention that the
angel of death cleanses his knife in -
whatever water is left drawn and
uncovered at the time of death.
Others see in the practice the
implication that death constitutes
the "pouring out of the soul" be-
siiall t- pabllahed once ni
nun utainal row. f..r ilu- relief de- "' nn Hi- Clerk r.f n ,-"
Banded in the Complaint f-.r Divorce, iCotjrj jl Dade County, |-,..... "
.a.li ..k f..r four ronaecntlv* week* Tins NOTICE shall l- puhlishi-.l ,' ''',',"' "lami, Florida, th
in THE JEWISH FliORIDIAN. ,....... each week f..r four i.....aecutlve 'LAPP.1, .'*.?.. .
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami. I weeks in THE JEW18H FIjORIDIAN. I S:iSAii. i.w.V. !l .c'-EA.\KI:s
Florida, this l.'.th day ..f May A.D DONE AND ORDERED al Miami. ''I ROBINSON JH
I9 Florida, 'his lih 'lay of May, lS | A"";".> nr Appllrunt
R B I.BATHERMAN, Clerk E B LBATHERMAN. Clerk .,'.'",':,"" BUfMliMI
I i; I.BATHERMAN, Clerk
Cir.uit Court. Dade County, 1'l.ri.
Bj K. M I.YMAV
li.i.uiy Clerk
11 ':i .-nil i 'miri Heal i
ENt iEl. am )' 'l.I.aim;
v w Tih Street
". IT-24-31 .
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 79072-C
in RE: Estate
A I IIJ* \\"i 11. K.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I.EATHERM \N, Cli
Circuit Court
li.i.l. Counts. Florida
Bj v A HEWETT
I i.-nin \ Clerk
n 'ir mi i 'ourt Seal'
. I7-24-J1 :
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-7629
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
DAVID I.ANi:.
Plaint
vs
. m \.\i\,: tiRi over i ant:.
I lefendant.
tt" <"....."i'i Bulldlnii
IV Flaaier Su.. i
Miami. Plot nil.
' '.
IN THE COUNTY J U DGE S COLBT
IN AND FOR DADE CO, '
FLORIDA. IN PROBAT =
No. 77987. C
hint lit, ,,f
svi.via i: 'ii:. iimie
D,....... i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ti. All Creditors ..ml All !
-' "i- ot I m.....I- i.
You are hen bj notlfii.:
'J "' i'" sent anj i-laim
fore the Almighty, thus releasing | t.. aii >, .in,.,- a,,.i All Person* Hav. T,, maxix'k oroovhr I wi-
the sou! contained in the body to ','"',.,',.'""" '" """'""'" Aaalnst Said tJRooVKi:
return to its natural base V-u'ar. hereby notified and required. '{dSm.'oeorala
Many have seen this custom to
be a means of announcing that a
death has occurred without mak-
ing people become the bearers of
bad news by having to relate the
present an; claims and demands
which you may have airalnsl the
estate '.f A1MH.I-- urn.I' decei I
tat.- ..f New York County. N. u fork,
to tin- County .luilf.s of Dade County.
and file th.- same in .In;.Ii. ate ami
a provided in Section 7M IS. Florida
Statutes, in ih. ir offices in the County
r.ews overtly. It thus served notice Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
on the surrounding community to ^'"of^rhrrTrsl^puTXaUon^rS!f.
lake cire of seeing that the mourn- or the same iii be barred
'I ai Miami. Florida .this 13th
f May, A l' i'...-
JCI.IBTTK wi'l.l-
As Ancillary Bxecuti in
l'ir-i pul.li. ation ..i 'in- not
the 17th .lax ..f Mav, ISiUI
l>:
day
:..| Am-!.-\ RuildlnR
I V I II
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\' TICK IS HEKKLIY 'll\ i:\ II I
Hi. mi.I. rsiamed, .1. sirlna lo i
I ni l.u-.'i. u'..I. r il.. fl, ii ..i
if (Jl BEN '' H.i: APARTMENTS ..'
1 7I2U Indian Crei I ... Ml* n
,
thi j Court Dadi
' ". ii 11 t \ Floi
JIM.ES M KAY
-..1. .
\l IIERT I /.I-. .11.' "'In
V I. ...... \ .
I IIS Iti-, .ii... I :,i
Mi..mi. Floi
>
ers are attended to.
Some like to draw the practice
from ihe passage in the Biblical
Book of Psalms which reads: "I
am poured out like water" (Psalms 5lMON "ays* tiRCNDWERfi
2p-i^| Attorneys f,.r Estate
Others claim lhat the custom re-
fers to what Ihe sai.',.s 0f the Tal-
mud inferred as being the condi-
tion of the Israelites al ihe doalh
of Miriam of which the Bible
writes: -And Miriam died and
there was no water" (Numbers
20:l-2i.
Why does tradition require
the mourner to tear his gar-
ment?
Most draw this requirement
from the commandment in the
Bible which forbade the priests
irom tearing their garments after
the death of Nadab and Abihu (Le-
vhicus io:6i. indicating that nor-
mally mourners 'in tear their gar
nunts.
There are several occasions in
the Bible when tearing clothes is
symbolized as a sign of grief. When
Jacob beheld the torn coat of his
beloved son Joseph, he tore his
garments (Gen. 37:34). When Da-
vid heard of the death of Saul he
tore his garments as did all who
were with him (2 Samuel 1:10).
It has been suggested by ration-
alists that tearing the garment
takes the place of the barbaric
practice of others who used to
tear their flesh. It also indicates
that death merely destroys the
outer garment ol life while pre-
' mum. ... i K
Vi u. maxim: i:i:i r.Ki: i.ank.
are hereb) notified that ii Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. ami n.-it an required lo
serve a cop) .-' n.-iii .\ iswet or
i nit to the I till .'J '..i ipla
ih. Plaintiffs attorney, MAX iv
i:\'ii:i.. Knirel nnd Poll k, I7'HI \ W
Tih Street, Miami. Florida 13123 and
Hie the original tnawi r Pleading
In ha off .a the "lerk "i the
I'l-iiii Court "ii or befon the 21st
da; '' June, l!>i! II you fall lo .1" so,
judgment b) default w ill In
ngnlnst you i""i the relief ilemiinded
in ihe Rill ..f Complaint
Tin- ii. ii.-. shall I"- published once
.... Ii week for four ..n-. .-m ....
In THE JEWISH Fl ORIDIAN
D>NE ND itRDERED at Miami.
Florid i, thi* I '.ih da> of Mn) A H
R R I RATHBR.M VS" Clei
. nit c mrt I. .... Florida
l!v In" M t.VMAN
in put] Clerk
ii' i in' "i in i Seal i
M \\ P BNOBI.
KNtil'l. VN'll '' I.A' In
I7"il \ W TUi Si--.
M Floi
\ i i
i '
wbli-h you ma) havi
tat.- of svi.Vi.v II ciEiilii
i l lade County, F i ii
"..univ Judges i.
file the sun. in dun
d late .. ,

an.I
i'l.-d in S. .Ii..i 7 |-i, ,
lutes, In iii. ir offli ... n .
''urilinus.- iii Dndi I"
.il
Bl i\
within -iN ealendai m
lime "f the first publi,
or the nay u ill i.. i....: ,i
Dated .. i >| lami, Fli do ii
da) of xi.i il A I> !.
JBANNETTK H HOBI
As \.li-i .
'urn Test a mi mo \
l-'irsi nul'l
the ;r.i ilnj of Mn)
LEWIS F '. IHKN, I:
Attorne) for Adm tr:i
-"." \ i: i"th Ti .1 .
Miami, Floi


NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\. H E is HBItKIIY i IIVEN that
the uml.i-iri.'l. ileslrltlll l-> .tu;.^. i
busim-.ss under thi flrtil loun nnmi ol
IKi\\ ARD DRIVE PRtiPEItTIES .
'."'.! Pine Tn i I" .>, Miami Hi ach,
nils i" i egisti i < ..I name
nli the 'I. rk .n thi I 'in-uil 'ourt <
1 hide County, Florida
KCRTON BNTBRPRISES. IXC
IRVIN'l CVPEN LAW IPKICES
Attorneys f'.r
Burton Bnterpiisea, In,'.
s.'.". Arthur i ii.-lfr, > Itoad
Miami Reach, Florida
:. 17-24-31 '. 7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY H1VEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring i" engage
in business umb-r ihe fictitious name
,.f A.IAX l!l<: l i.i: AN KltS al 13701
\ B 6th Avenue, North Miami. Flo-
rida intends i" register said name with
ih,- Clerk "1 ih. Circuit Court -.f Dade
County, Plorlila.
wn.iii: K' ni\
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH J U DICI A L C I RCLiT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-7410
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JAMBS PBRACI-T,
;
\ -
I..'.
Ti i: III I.I A \ PBR Ul.T
I.II.I IAN PERAI'l.T.
. i
VoU, I.II.I.IAN PERAI'1.1
bj m i;. .1 ih.. i ii Hill of i 'nmplninl
for Divorce has been fileil against
you, and -u an required to -.n.
a up) of your An-.! i mi ii.. .1 ...
ih. Hill of i 'omplainl ..n Ihe Plnlntifrs
rttomey, MARSHALL r. FISHER,
KSy 7922 S IV. mitli Street, Kendall.
' Florida ::::!.'.. and file Ih" original
i Answer or Pleading in il"- offli i of
| tin- i'i. rk ,,f Dip Cricull Court on or
I before Ihe :i-i day ..r June, l88 If
i you fall i" do s,,. judgment by default
will be taken against you for th re-
lief demanded In Ihe Hill ,.f Complahil ,
This notice shall he published once
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S C" Rr
IN AND FOR DADE CO. \~
FLORIDA. IN PROBATrr
No. 72714 A
IN HE Estate of
vina it rjOTTi.iEU a
VINA 11 IKBII -.' n-T| IKI!
I..... -, .1
I NOTICE OF INTENTION TO -.';-E
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBU-ON
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
v ICE i- hen bj
llerl Ml ,1 l..
' Distribution an.
. ..- r...,r ir ni
MX A II flOTTI Hi: v ,
IIAKEK riOTTLlBH
ih >i ..,, ih,
. In rl'.lim
'f Dud i'ihi i Plot
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FIRST \ VTII i\ \ I
PETER \ -
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si' KRIIBR \\n Ri >SK
- nis, as r.l
M i.urn. Florida
,-n..i. i ii. r
SEY.Mi HI! I.i iXlii IN
Attorney for
gervug the inner being of the soul. u lll;l l: KOHN
Psychologically, tearing the gar-
ment allows one a relied ol his
feelings without injuring his bodj
in any way.
LEGAL IMOTlCfc
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78842. C
in RE i:- tate ..i
Yi; l T.\ KLEEOER,
I teci
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml i i-. .In. 11, | i Ha,
Ing i iailn- ni I i. in ,i,.|. \_. i
"> 'i' are hereb) ri i|uin .1
in present an) claims and di n
lm Ii you tna) h..\. against the
estate of t ETTA K I.KBl !ER ill
-I late of 11.ni.- ''. nil io
the i '"uniy Judge .....'ount) .
and fill Lhi in.....i dunlicati m
pro, i.i, ,| in Section 7.::: Ifi, Floi Ida
Statutes. In 11...... ,i,, i,
Courl Dade I 'nuntj Florida,
wiiinii six calendar month) from the
in. ..i Hi. first pul.li.an..11 ii.
Hi.
I7-L'4-::| .. 7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XI ITII I-: IS IIBRBHY 'il\ EN 111 H
ihi undersigned, i -..n.. 11
n undei the fid m i*.u- nnmi of
I' \ \ n.MBII '' \ \ NAVK1 \ii' >N
-' 'Hi 'I. nl .1 s IV ::..l i'. rraci
lids i" register saiil im
ii th< i 'lerk nl thi Circuil C >ut I
of 11.i.i. 'ount) I'i.
ALUKRTO v liBRTI
Soli Iv ... r
:. 17-24 : :
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
'i "K is HE fllVEN that
Ihe ui di signed, iii sli Inn to i
In hu ...
of MARH s .1 KM li.f I6.it H W
-ih S'i ntend to re tei
i im with thi i if it:, i iivull
1 "ourt ol I' ..I. ,'..iii.u Florida
Jl Hi : i: M BSPINt ISA
MARK DEI- MA/...
i i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is IIKUKin divkx that
the im.I. i Igiit-d. dexirina
in buslni ss iin.l. r Ihe r in u,
,-"'"" :l '" barred \i:t \VINIX)\| DECOR n im-i
Dated at Miami, this 2th da) ol \i: ,.:::., street, Miami litends to
' 'ount v.
each week f'.r four ......secutive weeks
In THE JEWISH PI ORIDIAN
H"XI', AND i IRDERBD al Miami.
Florida, this i"ili .lav ..f Ma) A l>
...
i: Ii LEATHERMAN Clerk
i 'ircull 'iiii. I Mide i 'ounl >. Florida
U) K M I.Y.MAN
I ii put) ''!. rk
ull '..in i St al
. MARSH VI.L I) FISH Bit, ESJ
- IV I'-tili Strei
I i dall Florid i
' Attorn. \ for Plaintiff
r,-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Vt 'ii'i: is HEREBY tin KN that
Mi. undersigi I ih rina lo ei .
imdi thi flctll ioui name
' Ull VSSIERS I.i:' INISE nl
'..... ntei ds to r, gister d
me Mill. iii. f|erk of n,. ,i,, ,, t
i .
\ ILLADARES F v.- Hit .vs
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT or TMI
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRClITIN
AND FOR DADE COUNTv. FLORIDA
Case No. 6R-636
I ISM \ II M il.MAX
Plaintiff,
vs
MARIA I'.Al'IIMAV.
I lefendanl
NOTICE OF SUIT
i"'| MARIA BACHMAN, I'1- !
Residence unknown
> ..u. MARIA B \'"UM VN, ar.

. bv notified thai a Ctimnlaini I)
vorce has been filed against s a "
S-.ii are required hi servi
v.ur \ii-u er '.r ii. ndiim
plain! "ii ih- li.iii.in i -
St III ISSKI,. st il ER A
..in iti .a, I. M...11 linn.
M1S9. and file Ihe original ti '
Plearlini In Ihi offli i n
i the i 'Ii ii i Ci art ....... i
lay ..f Jum ff ) "li
so, Judgmi i.i I I iefauli
.,i ihe C implainl for 11
iiotl, si, ,|| | pul
. each m -k for four 14)
\v eks in The .1. wlsl I'
1 >N E and 'I.i iBRED M
i Ida ih- Sml ds > ol VI
i: Il IJSATHERM \v
. mi 'ourt, l' !. '' "
B) I. SNEBI
I'. ..ir .'
St il I ISSEL, SCHBI! .n
Mi..i nej for Plait I
"". Lincoln Itoi [loach, Fl irld
I!
1
\|.ii. All. l!i6S,
s l:i:i;l\A KLEEOER BI'SH
As Executrix
Flrsl publication of this notice on the
Kill da) of Mas. 191 -
H ALTERS, Ml KIRK k- COSTANZO
Mi v i, hur 11 l reckelman
A noi n..y f.,r Bxecutrlx
loos Alinuey uuiu Miami, Florida
S/ir-84-31 ~
regisii r laid name with th
Ihe i ir. ull "..ui i ..i 11.,,I,
i-i.....la
i.i:. in DROTZER
Dole i' ner
M IRX FABEH
\ 11..1 ii. > i.,i Applicant
1012 Am.-i, \ Building
.Miami, Florida
." 17 14-SI ', 7
CIRCUIT COURT. ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 68-6210
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
PABLO SOSA RIOS.
Plnlntlfl
\ -
DELKINA MORALES
SI ISA RK i>
I'.i. n
, YOC DELFINA MORALES SOS \
RJOS, Kesldem l*nl noun ar.
'I '" serve a pop) of your am
fjlvnri t omplainl filed against you on
Plaintiff ? attorney, IIBORUB NIC-
WOLAS. B12 N W 12th Ave Mi. ml,
''!.....'a. and rile original \< Ith Clerk
"' 'his Court mi rn before M., |
'. ",v piherwls.....mplalni will I......n-
-I h) \ -ii
Dated April 19, I9a
E l: I.F.Aiili:i!.vlAX. ii. ,1,
B) MARCI-ERITE KENT
Deputy Clerk
i M :. 1-10-17
B) JERRY A DROSS
'
CIRCUIT COURT. ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COLNi y
COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 68-7009
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
KI......\\y. A I ill. I. A.
Plaintiff,
vs
111 ISE MARIE i' V MSADILI
I '.I. n.la i, I .
V. .1 Rl ISE MARIB CAI
ll;,. Sanfnrd Street, I
I. rs..y are notified Jo se,
N. W
f
rlgi-
your answer to Dlvorc
filed ngnlnal you "n Plali "
ney, DBORGE NICHOI-AS.
12th Ave Miami. I-i.' Bl
nal with i ink "I 'hi- ''"'ll '
before June 18, lM. otherwin
plaint will In- confi -' b>' >""
Dated, Ma) S, l68 _.
1-; n LEATHERM \N '
B, K M I.VMAN


Friday. Mav, 17. 1S68
Jen 1st mhrfdU.nr
LEGAL NOTICE
"in --e county judges court
n and for dade county.
florida. in probate
No. 79C07-C (Clark)
i i; Estate ..f
O. KUSHELL
D .. -i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.i All Cradltora and All Persona Hav-
| g ci.nms or Demands Against Bald

v ii are hereby notified and reouir-
,.i in |.r.-.Mi ant claims and demand*
rli.ii you may have against the
rst.it* of Jt'LTE D Kl'sillF.I.I. di -
...., ..i late of Dad* County, Florida,
I., ii..- County Judges of Dm Counts
and file ihf same in duplicate and an
presided in Bectton T.n.ii;. PlorMa
Statutes, In tl.cir offices In the
County Courthouse In Dade County.
Florida, within .-ix calendar month*
-.ii the time of the first pubUcatiitti
ill, f, or the name will be barred
|. .-I at New York, X V thll SO*
la] April. All. ItM
SOPHIE ARKIN
EDWARD A. COHBN
As Co liMM-utors
r -I publication of this Motli -
in "ill ii;, i oi May. IMS
Alt' inn n PECKELMAN
ney foi Co-Ex< uioi h
l.\ ICuil-Ullg,
la Florida
5 10-17-24-81
Page 15-B
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LEGAL NOTICE
BY HENRY LEONARD
31

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
rtOE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
I .I. siring to < i .
jslnes- under the flctitioui
RT WINDOW SHADES al 1834
Street, Miami Intend* to
aid lame with the Clerk of
rcu '.urt ..f ] lade 'ountj.
I
IN DROTZER,
Sol< iwner
X FAUKR
rnej '.oi.ii. ant
\in-i. \ Building
F la
5 I0-17-SJ-31
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
lN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOR'DA. IN PROBATE
No. 78839-A
- of
HA \\ ATM >\
I..,-,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cr< ora and All Persons
i- i\!i i' i la or Demands Against
,-nl K-
Vou , . la pn m nt any claims and demands
uhl.-h you may have against the
-air of IDA watson deceased
l- -I. County. Florida, to the
i unly Judg of Dade County, and
file the name in duplicate and as
provided Section 733 1. Florida
Sututi s, ll tm i" offices In the County
CntlTthoUse In Dade County, Florida,
thin six i- r.dar months from the
.- ol thi flral publication hereof,
-- th- r tm ^ ill be barred.
: .i -i ..t Mkimi. Florida, this -1 d
tty Of Ml v. A I'. 19KS.
M< RRlfl J. WATSKY
\- Ox.cuter
! ir.-' publication of this noti.....
I lay of Mav. 1!>68
IfORRIS W \ TSKY
/ lor- -v for i K1 -it tor
1 th Floor Hade Fi deral Building
Uiam I Ii rlda 33131
f./lo-'.T: l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78988-A
: RE l--.sta.te of
li WARD WHITE
..ii- d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
7 All Creditors and All IVrsont- II. s
. ^ Claims or liemauda Against -s...'!
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and rctjuir-
ol to in.-, i.i any claims and demands
which you may have against the
Mtttte of 1> WARD WHITE di.-i-.i-. il
lit* of Dade County. Florida, to the
1'ivnty .'udsree of Dade County, and
lile the same In duplicate and a* pro-
vided in Section 733.16. Florida sta-
tutes. In tbeir offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
ithln si* calendar month* from the
time of the first publication hereof, or
tin same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, thia 3rd
lay of May, A.I>. 1968.
AONHS I.. WHITE
ROBERT E WHITE
Aa Enecutors
First publication of this notice on
tli- 10th day of May. -1968.
Hl-IIMAN and OR ARY
Bv: Eugene C. Heiman
Attorneys for Executors
Suite 302- Eleven Fifty Bidg.
os.w. First Street
Miami. Florida 33130
r./io-i7-:i-3i
"It's true our initiation fee is $25,000 ... but
then we don't discriminate against anyone."
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
No. 68-6258
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
DOLORES CAMPBELL
Plaintiff
va
ROGER DALE CAMPBELL
D< fondant,
TO: ROOBR DAI I: CAMPBELL
Residence Unknown
You. ROGER DALE CAMPBELL,
are hereby notified that s mil of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required to
aerve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Hill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney, paim. kwit-
NEV. 0 Lincoln Load. Miami Beach,
Florida and file the original Answer
or Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
29th day of May. lv.iS. If you fail to do
-o. judgment l.y d. fault will he taken
againat you t.,r the relief demanded
in the Rill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four conaei ntive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this H-nd day of April A D
IBM
B H LEATHBRMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court. Iiade Countv. Florida
By I. SNBBDEN
Deputy Clerk
'Circuit Court Seal)
PAUL KWITNEY of
BILVBRSTBTN KWITNEY A
OOUD1SS
120 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
Attorneys for Plu.nitiff
4 it : 1-10-17
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
NO. 67-18012
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
I'ONNE U MIKO
Plaintiff
KTTJROla. MIRO
Defendant
l: ARTHUR M. MIKO
9401 Manor
Detroit. MIchiKan
VOU. ARTURO M. MIRO. are
reby notified that an Amended Com-
iuint for Divorce and that the Plain*
t is seeking all right, title and m-
rest thereto In the property legally
-orlbed as
lot 12. Block If.. CORAL WAY
"II.I.aci; SECTION "A'. CART
. according to the Flat thereof,
.-corded in Plat Book f>7. at Page
.. of tli- nul,: Records of Dade
'ounty. Florida;
been filed againat you. and you
required to serve a copy of your
iwer or pleadings to tire Plaintiff's
prney, JOSEPH II YOUNO. 475
Dior* Way. Coral Oables. Plotida,
file the original thereof, with Th
is of the .1 lilt i' in I n hi
- Coiintv. Florid i ..'i or be
Uth day of June IH-i-l. otherwise
"fault will he entered against you.
aTED, at Miami. Florida. U
I May. 198.
E. B. U-WTHF1RMAN
Cli rk of tl Or luit Court
pads i !ounty Pi -rida
lly I.. S. DoPrBTRO
9 17-^4-31
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 78593-A
IN HE: Estate ol
HOWARD MACK
11.-. cased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and a I Pi rsi Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are her-liv notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the
estate of HOWARD MACK d.-cased
late of Bergen County, New Jersey
to the County Judges of Dads County,
a"nd file the same -n duplicate and as
provided in Section 7:i3.l6, Florida
Statutes In their offices in the County
Courthouae In 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, thia 23ra
day of April. AD. 1968.
PETER RICHARD MACK
Aa Ancillary Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 26th day of April. i"M.
MYERS. KAPI.AN A PORTER
Attorney for
Ancillary Executor
1150 S.W 1st Street.
Miami, Florida 3313"
4,26 5/3-10-17
CIRCUIT COURT. ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 68-2353
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
VIRGIL I- MILLER
Plaintiff.
vs
RAMONA MILLER.
Defendant.
YOU, RAMONA MILLER, are noti-
fied to serve a copy of your answer to
Dieoeos complaint filed against you
PtahStlfTs attorney. CEORGE
NICHOLAS. 112 I* vV 12th Avenue,
i,. and lile o'isir.u: itti
Clerk of this Court on or before .Time
; i .otherwise cow will be
- i by you.
vTKI. Ann! ''..
1 C IJCATHBRMAN. Clerk
B\ K M IVMW
[i.-outv Clerk
5 S-10-17-84
NOTICE UNOER
FICTITIOUS NAME Ll\W
; is HEREBY GIVEN UlS
ige In
i name
of BAST WIND M'AR "' NTS ll
I440N.B. ISt A\ M U l''!r"la
with
lit Court 01 I"
S'" OwnWo/8.l0.17-l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 70648-C
IN RE Estate of
ARTHl'R MITCHELL,
I leceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION To MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed a Final K-port and Petition for
Distribution and Final Discharge as
Administratrix of the estate of
ARTHUR MITCHELL, deceased: and
that on the 24th day of May. 1968, will
apply to the Honorable County Judges
of Dade County. Florida, for approval
of said Final Report and for distribu-
tion and final discharge us Admini-
stratrix of the estate of thr above-
named d.....dent This 82nd day of
April. 196S.
BULA MAE TAYLOR
DUNN and JOHNSON
Attorney
41K His, nvii, Ituilding
Miami. Florida 33180
_______ 4/26 5/3-10-17
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 68-6054
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
LEONARD VAUGHN
Plaintiff,
vs
VIRGINIA VAUGHN
Defendant
TO: VIRGINIA VAUGHN
Residence Cnknown
YOU. VIRC.tnth VAUGHN, are
hereby notifod to file your answer
to this divorce with the Court's Clerk.
and mall opy to Pat.....Iff'S under-
signed attorney, on or before the 29th
day of May, 1968 ,elsa oomplaint will
he 'alien as en(,-.-ed.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 18th
day of Vprll, ia
E H LEATHBRMAN, "i --k
Circuit Court
Ry C. P. OOP-ELAND
Deputy Clerk
BNOBL POLLACK
Attorney for the. Plaintiff
l?no V w 7Hi Street
Miami. Florida
4/26 r. 3-10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
N. 78809-A
in RB: Estate of
LUDWIU V< >;'['
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having claims or Demands Againat
Bald Batata i
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have Rgalnsl the
estate of LUDWIG VOGT deceased
late of Dads County. Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, nnd
file the sum. in duplicate and as pro.
vlded in Section 733.16, Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida.
within six calendar months from tin-
time of the first publication hereof, or
the same will l.e barred,
Dated ,-,t Miami. Florida, this ISlh
day of April. AD. 1968
Kl'RT WELL18CH
17 ALMERIA AVENUE
CORAL CAULKS. FLORIDA 33134
As Executor
First publication .-f this notice on
the 26th day of April. 1968,
KURT WELLISCH
Attiirnej for Estate of
LUDWIC VOGT. Deceased
167 Aim. ria Avenue, Coral Cables,
Florida.
4'26 r. :i-m-i7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. C8-6601
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
1" IRIS LIMA SUAREZ,
Plaintiff.
vs
MARcos ANTONIO SUAREZ,
I .!'.-ndant
TO: MARCOS ANTONIO SUAREZ
c/o rVlnstoon Mills
11;- nsack, Ni \s Jersey
Vou. MARCOS ANTONIO SUAREZ
are hereby notified n al a Bill of i lorn-
f<>r Divorc- has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Rill of Complain) on the
Plaintiffs attorney, IRWIN O. CHRI-
STIE. 2650 Biscay.-.- Boulevard, Miami,
Florida 11.17 and file the original
Answer or PI. idmg in the office of
the Clerk of ''Hit Court on or
before the 3r-: daj of June, 1968 if
you fail to ii -.,. judgment by de-
fault w-ill be taken agalnsl you for
the relief demanded In the Hill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED ill Miami.
Florida, this ;.;th day of April A.D.
198
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
E. B. LEATHBRMAN, Clerk
By: K. M 1.YMA.N
Drputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
IRWIN c. CHRISTIE
Attorney at lav
2650 Blscayne Roulevard
Miami. Flnrvda S3f37
Attorney for Plaintiff
-. Ml). :-: I
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 78465-C
in RE: Estate of
JOSEPH VVACHS
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Sad
Estate:
Y-.u are hereby notified and requir-
ed to presenl any claims and demm ds
which you may have against the
of J( ISBPH \\ .\. 'Hs deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the.
County Judges of Dud- County, and
fit- the Rams In duplicate and as pi
vided in S. rtlon 733 16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Coui v
Courthouse in Dad.- County, Florida,
sis calendar mi nths from ili-
um. of the first publication hereof,
or th- sain- ill be barred,
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 23rd
dai i I April, a l. 1968
DANIEL O SATIN
As Executor
First publication .-t this notice on
the 26th day of April. 1968
DANIEL SATIN
Attorney for Executor
:'-\ City National Bank Bidg,
Miami, Florida
I -". --tft-17
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
No. 68-6775
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARTHA ANN VI6NTUREI ,I.A .
Plaintiff
GASPER ANTHONY VENTFREI.IA.
Defendant
TO: GASI'ER ANTHONY
VENTURBLLJ
261-70 Lir.gston Avenue
Glen OaS
Queens. New York
You. CASPER ANTHONY VEN-
TUREI.LA. are hereby notified that
a Bill of Complaint for Divorce haf
been filed ggainss you. and you are
required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to the Itill of
Complaint on the Plaintiff's attorney.
NBLAN S1V BET. 420 Lincoln Rd .
Miami Beach, and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the 5 day of June, 1968. If
you fail to do so. judgment by default
will be taken against you for the
relief demanded in the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI,ORriIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 30 day of April, A D.
' E. B TWEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade Courty. FI i I
By: U SNF.EDEN, Deputy Clerlt
fClrcu-t Court Baal)
NBLAN BWBBT
.....In Road
-." iml Beneh. Florida
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NOTICS UNOEf
FICTITIOUS MaME LAW
. |. IH I lERFTBY IT\ I
the ii iders g isd, da rt '.....n u
.71 business under ihe fictitious nam
of V'.M ":.'- C*
- .
Intend < to register said name n I -
the Clark of the I Ir .,' I url of
Dade I'null v. Florid i
A ft Cl 11 '
MALCOLM H. FRIBVM -
a ttorney for
A rt. Cleaning, inc
-:. First Street, Miami, Flor la
5/10-17-14 II
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-6055
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
VALERIO PEREZ,
Plaintiff
\ H
CATAIJNA HERN LNDBZ PI REZ,
Defendant
TO:
CATALINA HE1LVANDEZ PEREZ
Residen*. Unknown
You. CATALINA HERNANDEZ
PEREZ ar. h. n by i stifled tiia-i a Bill
of Complaint loi Divorce has been fil-
ed against you, and you are required to
nerve a oopy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Rill of. iXimplaint >n the
Plaintiffs attorney, BNGEL and
POLI-ACK I7UC N W. 7th Street.
Miami, Florida 3S12R and file the
oripinal Answer or Pleading in the
office of *h- tl-Tk ..f ihe Circuit Court
o-ii or !'.: Hi.. :".ili day of May.
1968. if you fall to do so, judgment l.y
default will b taken against you for
the reliel demanded in the Mill of
Complaint
This notloa shall b- published one-
each week for four consecutive, weeks
In THE JEWISH FI/ "RIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDKRKD at Miami,
Honda, this 18tli day of April,' A.11.
1968.
B R. LEATHKR.MAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. I>nde County. Florida
By: C. P. COPELAND
Deputy ci-rk
(i "ircuit Court Seal)
Max p. Bnajel
Attorney for Plaintiff
1790 M.W. 7th Str-et
Miami, Floiida 33126
4/2f. 5/3-10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78814-B
In RE: Estate of
ESTHER KO.ILVSKV
a k a ESTHER E. KOJINSKY
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I To All Creditors and All Persons Hiv-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You iir. hereby notified and requn -
..1 to in.-cut mil claims and demands
which you may have against the.
estate of ESTHER KOJINSKY a's a
ESTHER B. Kii.lTNSKY deceased
late of Dad- County, Florida, to the
...unly Judges of Dnde County, and
file the sain- in duplicate and us pro-
vided In Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes, In their offices in the County
Courthouse In I i- County, Florida,
within -i\ call months fr.m the
. time ..f Ihe first publication hereof,
-r tin -am- will bi barred.
Dated ai Mian,.. Florida, this : Ii
. day of April. \ c
JACK M FINK
As Administrator
First nui.li. ai ion o( this notli I
Ihe 36th dav of April, W.K.
FAUNCE. FINK A FORMAN
Attorni for Vi m nlstrator
I.",rt2 Ccsiojress Building
M .,i,,:. Florida
4'26 5/3-10-17
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-6477
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
DOROTHY M BROWN
Plaintiff.
vs
a T. BROW N,
Defendant
TO: S. T BROWN
Residence Cnknown
You S. T. BROWN are hereby notifi-
ed that a Bill of Oomplaint for Divorce
has been filed against you. and you
are required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to the Bill of
Complaint on the plaintiff's Attornev.
C FREDERIC BROWN. ESQUIRE,
807 Alfrnd I. duPont Building. Miami,
Florida 33131 and file the original
Annwer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 3rd day of June. 1968
vou fail to do so judgment by de-
fault will he tn -t you for
ir.- relief demanded In the Bill of
G .mi.lnint
' iRPORED at Miami
ii llns 2iitr d ly of April. A D
1969
' i: iBM BRMAN. Clerk
Circuit Ooupt, BadeCourty, Florida
p.y C A eX VKDER
i l 'in r 9fl
I I MORN 3 !8Q1 IIRE
107 :: -o Iv
lorida
Attorney ,o, PhUi I
5/3-10-17-24
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-S385
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
EL.LDUI6E BPPS,
Plaintiff.
HAROLD W". EP1 fl
I i. ii.I.mt
TO: H F. c. HARnl.D W. BPPS
:i4K-74-:'!'
17. S. NAVAL FACILITY
f. p. O, N-w York.N. Y.
You. HAROLD w BPPS, are here-
by notified that a Hill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed agalnsl you,
and you are re.iuir.d to serve a copy
of your Answ-r ..r Pleading to t1u
Bill of ComplaliM on 'h.- Plaintiff's
attorney. IRWIN O. CWRISTIH, .
Blscayne Bnul.'vurd. Miami. Florida,
33137 and file th- original Anannsi
Pleading m th- office of the t'lork or
ilu- circuit court on or h-f-re the
nist day of -May. 1968; if you fall to do
so. judgment Isy default vs ill be taken
.igainsf vou for the relief d-mandod
a the Hill of Complaint
This notice shall I"- published once
ach week for four consecutive weeks
in Till-: JEWISH 1I.ORID1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 2 !Jfi8.
B H LEATHBRMAN. Clerk*
Circuit Court, Dad- County, Florida
By: C. P, copf,I_\ND
D. puty CU rk
ft 'Ircull < '..urt s- all
IRWIN fl. CHRISTIE
Attorney at Law
156 Bis. ..* o. Hous-vard
Miami, Florida 33137
4 H 5 3-10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 75937-C
IN RB: F.state of
MIRIAM RATSHIN
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKri
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I
have filed the Fit al Rsp iri ind Pell
tion for Distribution and Final Di -
charg" i- Baecutriz of th- .-slate of
MIRIAM RATSHIN deceased: and
tl in the 27 dai Ma t, i nr.8. will
;..,. Honorable County Judges
of d.i- i- -OH. for approval
port and for dlateibu
Hoi 1 final di* ..-. BxocMtrig
of the estate if th. above-named
decedent This .'fill, day of April, 19*8,
!:. :-:anor Norton.
ilri
JERRI I
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