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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
May 24, 1968

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of South Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of North Broward
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Jewish Floridian of South County
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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TeJewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JtWISH WEEKLY
, a:ume 41 iSumoer 11
Miami. Florida. May 24 1368
Two Sections Price 20c
STIU SHORT OF GOAl
CJA Announces
Record Amount
For Campaign
Israelis Curtail Plans
For Reunification Fete
A record peacetime total for the
t9<>8 Combined Jewish Appeal
campaign was announced by Nor-
ton S. Pallot. campaign chairman,
it the 30th annual meeting of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
Leon Kaplan was unanimously
reflected president of the Federa-
tion at the meetin9 which also
paid tribute to the founders.
In his report to the meeting.
Mr. Pallot noted that, while the
$1.300.000 raised in the campaign
was short of the $1,991,200 goal, it
represented a twelve and a half
percent increase over the CJA
total last year.
Mr. Pallot said that he would
continue to work toward the goal
and called on all campaign work-
ers to persist in their efforts.
He also reported that by last
week's meeting, more than
$900,000 had been raised for the
Israel Emergency Fund portion of
the campaign, for a total year's
production of some $2,700,000 in
both portions of the drive.
Describing the report as an "in-
terim'' one. Mr. Pallot predicted.
"We are going to get a lot closer
to our goal before this campaign
end>."
The campaign chairman ex-
pressed disappointment at what he
described as "the apathy of so
many of our Jews in South Florida
to the Israel Emergency Fund
campaign."
"Many who gave last June." he I
declared, "feel that the emergency
is over forever. But those of us
who read the papers and who re-
ceive material from Israel know
that the Jews of Israel are still
very much at war. and that they
have suffered greatly since the
Six-Day Warthey have suffered
hall again as many casualties as
they suffered during that war."
In his message to the annual
meeting. Mr. Kaplan announced
the appointment ol a committee
charged with the development of
Continued on Page 8-A
JERUSALEM (JTA) Celebra-
tions of the lirst anniversary of
the reunification of East and West
Jerusalem, which falls on Sunday
according to the Hebrew calendar,
will be low-keyed generally as a
gesture of conciliation to the Arab
population of East Jerusalem, it
was indicated here this week.
The Cabinet decided that only
schools will take official notice of
the event.
The only other official observ-
ance will be the recitation of a
"thanksgiving prayer," authored
1 by the Chief Rabbinate, which will
take place at the West Wall.
Celebrations planned by various
non-governmental bodies are being
screened by a special cabinet com-
mittee which will pass on their
fitness for the occasion. All pa-
rades and outdoor meetings re-
quire a police license. Police are
insisting on detailed parade routes
and time-tables for each event.
One event will be the convention
of the rightist llerut Party, sched-
uled to open Sunday outside the
Zion Gate, one of the entrances to
Ihe old walled city. The site was
chosen to dramatize the reunifica-
tion of Jerusalem.
Party leader Menachem Beigin
will deliver the keynote address.
Among other items on its agenda.
: Herut will discuss whether to con-
j tinue its participation in the Esh-
: kol coalition government in which
Mr. Beigin holds the post of min-
ister without portfolio. Herut advo-
cates Israel's permanent retention
of all occupied Arab territories
New Agency Recruits
For Communal Service
Czechs Reverse Ban
on Jewish Celebration
NEW YORK (JTA) The first
Central organization for recruiting
and training personnel for Jewish
communal service, the Bureau for
Careers in Jewish Service, has
been created by 30 major national
agencies in the United States and
Canada to overcome a critical
shortage Of professional personnel
aflecting all of the major Jewish
services.
NEW YORK. (JTA) The new
Czech Government has reversed
th policy of the former Prague
regime with respect to the official
celebration of the 1.000th anni-
versary of the Jewish community
in Czechoslovakia.
The event, scheduled to take
place tins spring, was virtually can-
celled in the aftermath of last
J ine's Arab Israel war. But it has
now been rescheduled for June 5-8.
1989, and will be greatly expanded
il -cope.
The new plans were announced
u< a press conference here by Karel
, North American director of
l". lok, the Czechoslovakia:! travel
u. The new arrangements, he
said, will reopen the celebrations
I i lews from abroad. He said they
were formulated by the Jewish
community in Prague which ex-
pects to receive formal approval
shortly from the Ministry of Cul-
ture, which it has asked for financi-
al support.
Czechoslovakian authorities had
originally planned an elaborate
celebration of the Jewish Mil-
lenium for which funds were au-
thorized. Following the Arab-Israel
i ar and the severance ol diploma-
tic relations with Israel, the funds
were withdrawn and the Czech
Government denied thai it had
ever intended to Sponsor the event.
Cedok, nevertheless announced
a program of tours last tall in con-
nection with the celebration. Cor.
tacted b> the Jewish Telegraphic
Continued on Page 2-A
MANHEIM S. SHAPIRO
The organization was established
this week with the naming of tem-
porary officers and a permanent
executive director at the lirst
meeting of the board of directors.
Acting officers are Howard Ru-
bin, of Boston, president: David
Weingard.'ol TJew York, treasurer, i
and Philip Bernstein, of New York.
secretary.
Manheim S. Shapiro, for 17 years
an executive of the American Jew-
ish Committee, was named execu-
tive director.
The new Bureau will be housed
in the offices of the Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds, the central organization for
222 Jewish communities in the
United States and Canada, provid-
ing service and consultation on
community planning, fund raising
and welfare.
The new agency will be con-
cerned with the total field of Jew-
ish service, including all types of
i social services and fund-raising.
Jewish scholarship and research.
the rabbinate and administrative
and other professional personnel
of synagogues, community rela-
tions. Jewish education and Jew-
ish journalism.
Lebanon Is
Accused Of
Terror Role
UNITED NATIONS. N.Y. tJTA)
Israel accused Lebanon this
week in a letter to the Security
Council of having joined the rest
of the hostile Arab bloc in aidi:!,1}
and encouraging Arab sabota^
n-ide Israel.
Ambassador Yosef Tekoah of Is-
rael told Lord Caradon. president
of the Security Council, that the
government of Lebanon had open-
ed a recruiting office in Beirut for
the enrollment of Arab terrorist*
and had established a training
center "for Lebanese young men
for joining the Fedayeen move-
ment." The training center, ac-
cording to Mr. Tekoah. is in tha
Lebanese town of Sidon.
Ambassador Tekoah's letter was
in reply to one earlier this week
by the Lebanese Charge d'Affaires,
who complained that Israel ha J
shelled a Lebanese village near
the Israeli border, inflicting al
least three civilian casualties.
i Mr. Tekoah charged that Leo*
non's Prime Minister had "puo-
licly pledged support to warfart
by terror. He encoura.-jed Leba-
nese nationals to join organiza-
tions conducting such warfare and
promised them arms to fight Is-
rael "
Regarding the shelling of the
Lebanese village, which Mr. Td-
koah said occurred as a result >f
the shelling of an Israeli village
from the Lebanese side. Mr. Te-
koah said. "It is regrettable tha>
Arab regular and irregular forces
frequently choose to emplace their
tiring positions within or adjacent,
lo inhabited points, thus exposi |
the local civilian population to
hazards of Arab aggression."
Mr. Tekoah accused Lebanon )f
violating the cease-fire agreement
and stated: "Israel has respected
and will continue to respect thi
cease-fire with Lebanon on a basis
ol reciprocitx. As long as no at-
tacks are carried out from 1 el
nese territory, tranqiulity pre*
in the Israel-Lebanon sector'"
IN WAKE OF ELECTION SUCCESS
West German Leaders Mull Steps to Cope With NPD
NEW YORK (JTA) West Ger-
many's Parliamentary leaders are
considering three steps to prevent
the extremist National Democra-
tic Party (NPD) from entering the
Bundestag, the lower house ol Par-
liament, when national elections
are held in the fall of 1969, the
American Jewish Committee re
ported last week on the basis ol
information from its European
l : ce.
One if the measures would be
.. ,: on ; the current ruling
. ,- | the i hi i unocra-
t : J-lion 1 ;:"---.- "'-'-"
cratic Party in the hope that one
of the two major parties would then
be able to attract votes of mal-
contents now veering toward the
neo-Nazi NPD. A second proposal
sails for adopting election rules to
bar smaller parties from the Bun-
destag. The third would be outlaw-
ing the NPD.
The AJC report commented on
the election in Baden-Wuertember
m which the NPD collected almost
ten percent o: the vote, its largest
, in a -cries ol provincial
elections, and said there was "no
the results h. -
"the confidence of West German
political leadership "
Meanwhile, many Germans re-
acted angrily this week to the
award ol the S2.500 Konrad
Adenauer journalism prize to an
extreme right-wing writer whose
articles attacking Israel have been
published in the anti-Semilic news-
paper. Deutsche National und
Soldaten Zeitung.
The award was made by the Ger-
man Foundation to 67-year-old
F.nv.l Franzel. a Sudeten German
free-lance journalist.
The Foundation was established
in 1966 to encourage "national
self confidence" and improve the
"German spirit." It persuaded
former Chancellor Konrad Adenau-
er, then 90 vears old, to lend his
name to its prizes. The Foundation
has been described here as "ultra-
conservative" and a conduit for
Nazi ideas.
Franzel wrote anti-Israel tracts
during last June's Arab Israel war
which appeared in the Soldaten
Zeitung.
In or* of them Ger-
man leftists of not loving the Ger-
man Fatherland but Israel and not
caring tor the rights Of 12 mil
Germans driven from their homes
but tor the rights of Israelis.
Several months ago. he wrote
about students who demonstrate I
.gainst the conservative West Get
man publisher. Axel Springer, i I
terms thai suggested the applica-
tion of Hitler's "final solution"
against the .lews. "Vermin i
exterminated only with SU
mechanical and chemical means
and not persuasive talks." Fr u
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Czech Paper Raps
Polish Anti-Semitism
LONDON A Czechoslo-
\ atain trade unior newspaper has
published an appeal by three Czech
rten urging Pohifc leaders "to
ar. end to the sha:*eiul anti-
Semto5xn threatening to stain the
toir.-no.-. f:rht of the Poles and the
- fate* Hitler's fascism." it
*as reported here this week from
Prasue-
The appeal. by Pavel Kohout.
- Prtrchazka ar.d Arr.ost Lustig.
-. a- earned by 'Trace." The three
sa:d Itaal tht Hbamtton" in Po-
- lr. 1&96 inftaenced the cur-
ii Czechosio-
i)c:a. The th.-<~ *m|< :- s-ked the
uika regime not to confute
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ism of tin generation.
i hostile a not to
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Dctkms 1 that at

Di*pattHe* from Warvaw roport-
d ?hat ft* d-s-ntw o* the art,
Ban Lifted
On Jewish
Celebration
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event would
< hut that Mr. Masek
', Pragui irificatioc "
It was obvious however *ha* offi
I endorse^r.'-. U b"ing with-
I Under -nuances the
Jewish coir- decided to
rganize z small c lebration
A r.tv official attitude toward
he Jewitfa eonunui t> was further
vjdenced by ji exhibition on the
contribution of Czech Jews to the
culture of Pra^u^ and of all Europe
which opened tl the Jewish Stato
Museum in Prague last week with
official blessings. Mr liases; de-
icffbed the exhibit a.' offering "the
richest asserriblaji <.f lavish re-
artifact! I i existence "
Certificate Reminder
Dado Cocr'y's Health Depart-
ment has issued a reminder to
parents whose childr-rt will enter
the county school lyatem for th<
first time thai fall to get the chil-
dren's birth certificates as soon as
possible The certificates may be
obtained from the Health Depart-
ment if the child is Florida-born,
otherwise they may be obtained
from the home state.
literary and production directors
of noht film units was recom-
mended at a recent Communist
Party mating at Film PoIsM, the
state film monopoly. A majority of
those affected by the recommenda-
tion, which is tantamount to an
order, r% Jews, as r a majority
of the Poles ousted from Party
lobs in the last two months.
The Polish Press Agency TAPi '
reported earlier the dismissal from
the Communist Party of Aleksan-
der Ford, a 60-year-old Jewish di-
rector who waj often called "the
father of Polish cinema." Ford was
criticized for his contacts with Ar-
thur Brauner. a Polish-born film
producer in West Germany who
a as described by PAP as an ar-
" According to informed
tnother Jew and long-time
film maker Jerzy Bossak. has
- ed as head of the
Documentary Film Studio in
w arsaw.
Repur* "< from Mos-
quoted the newspaper. Piavda
(Jkraiay'i announcement that an
pup of Soviet writei
had cir.demr.ed Zionism a- an
tion. A n
the Kiev board
rine W rit ra Union said.
- arc the
as of bo na-
power chauvinism
ism," the paper said.
Another dispatch from Warsaw
rted the firing of a Jewish elec-
trician from a power plant for
holding Zionist" view- The vic-
tim was Szymon Szymor.'wcz. who
m of having become an
"aggressive Zionist" after return-
in.' from a visit to h:- son in Is-
rael according to the newspaper.
Gazeta Robotnicaz of Wroclaw
57yrr.r!wcz was accused of hiving '
Draught home a map showing Is-
rael's new borders ar: of having
depiated Israel's "bruta iggit*-]
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Tariff Reprisals Are Urged Against Poland
become "frightened and confused "
and "who have suffered and who
lace the loss of their business.
WASHINTON, (JTA) B/na,i
B'rith proposed this W^ek that Ihe
United States recind Poland's most-
favored-nation tariff privilege in
protest against the Polish regime's
turrent policy of 'promoting anti-
Semitism and hostility to the
West."
The organization's board of gov-
ernors, concluding a two-day meet-
ing, declared that the conditions
which led to this preferential status
no longer held for Poland, whose
Government "has responded with
brutal force and shameful fabrica-
tions, combining police clubs and
political anti-Semitism to defeat
freedom."
The mo^-favdred -bend's is pro-
vide for exports from specific
ountries to enter the United States
iiTffler the lowest possible tariff
,1uties. In 1958. Congress authoriz-
ed the President to extend the ad-
vantages to Yugoslavia and Poland
the only East European nations
so favored in recognition of
their efforts to move away from
Soviet domination and seek closer
lies with the West.
concern over the growing "atmos-
phere of lawlessness," and warned
mat continuing disregard for law
and order could further polarize
white-N'egro animosity.
Dr. William A. Wexler. president
of B'nai B'rith. said that "racial in-
minori-
an ap-
and other disadvantaged
lies but coupled it with
peal for prudent action to avoid
any excess that could lead to "re
ver-e discrimination." The board
also voted support of programs "for
the reconstruction, rehabilitation
dignities are not going to cvapo- | r relocation" of white merchants
rate in riots" and warned that ex-
tremism is likely to be encouraged
"if the national mood is to stress
efforts to suppress riots over build-
, ing the kind of society that is our
Th* board said rh Polish Gov- only saiVation." The board deplor-
in ghetto neighborhoods who have
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Carlos L. Israels was reelect-
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Hias Service, the worldwide
miqration aqency, recently
at a meetinq of the organiza-
tion's Board of Directors.
trnmant, "borrowing from the no-
torious tactic of the Russian Czars,
Has played on anti-Semitic pre-
judices and scapegoated the Jew
to deflect attention from its own
offenses." It declared that "no one
is deceived" by Poland's claim that
its target was Zionist, not Jews,
and characterized the regime as
one of the "dwindling number" in
Eastern Europe "that slavishly
follows Moscow's lead."
At a session exploring ways to .
involve B'nai B'rith'-: 21 local units
| in the urban crisis, the board vot-
ed to canvass its 500.000 members
10 promote summer and appren-
tice jobs lor ghetto youth and to
help potential Negro small busi-
nessmen gain financing and mana-
| gerial know-how. It also expressed
Red Cross Cites Lehrman
Dr. Irving Lehrman of Temple
Rmanu-El. Miami Beach, was pre-
sented with a 20-Year Pin by Un-
American Red Cross. Dade County
Chapter, at a luncheon meeting of
the group.
ed Negro anti-Semitism and Black
Power that "is used for an anti-
white separatist black philosophy."
but said it was sympathetic to
Black Power when it is meant
"to appeal to the development of
black dignity of a strong black
community or of an effective
political voice."
The board accepted the principle
of "preferential treatment" in em-
ployment opportunities for Negroes
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FLYIMQ WQH...
The Meo-Mazi Trend? S^LSLS^ |r y
-* ^ck: evenm s.:rress at
ne "*"est Germm rrte :: ocder-
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tr then cverrre :~_c r: ner-Nrr-s
--rmeved m rmmmc ten rerrer.- :
e vr* m ; ssrrte thrt *C5 the leer
;rcre ;- mscst tendenr.es
"'~'. e expres;:rc r. or: err. eve:
e res\il-3 rmd emcecr otc V.'er

I JEWISH
PRESSAS8K
:r.ros;t:cr_ :ould r
c 1 :v stiooort of 0
The S?D succt
armrmec
sounded
me
r.yj-tf the rise ci neo-Jiczrsaa rrmin to sic
tcck the pages of Gemscn history 10 what
-ey ac only 0Mm as the cSorsous rest ct
r.e Kfeier veers.
.Sow that 6e shadow cc the Sar era bc>
s^ewtd to what wa the mart abera! Dorr of
tne Federci I>nrn*Jir ooe ran ocrr door*,
whether there b eaouah 3 c deraocrztrc *e-
serv-.or m '3er=.z=T :c rc-e --rr: *J: rse at c
M faicis; nseaoce which ecu ooce ocrxj: e>
~i rvr* ztjc -
Taere ere aiwers oe who choose ie
cstrsch-Eke posh rcse oreier to beHere the: s:e sn:cii size of
.ae NPD Toto is 110 ceuse zx cicrm-
They rtost be .-;uded "be: e See: portv
cjo leceired "ochr" lee sercect of the tow
^st three Tecrs betore Hiiiej s rse to oower e
le-relopmenl That btoooht aria to Eorooe end
.e sysaeeac exieiutnctaoa of 6.00CO0C Jews.
For a whiie "iiere wes hoce 0: c genuine de-
s^e on the pert of the 'A'es: Gennen GoTem-
ert end oeocie :o mcice c_eitd for the nest
end to anslea: in their scci c dsmocrctc wer
cr rie-
Perbcpe sach desire stll exists bu: de-
-eioptae=ts in recerr weeks cJeerh- aiirtr*
act cnempts cl env reel ji.ou.ess IBd
lemocrecv were c ciisrac: fenure.
More importont however will re -.te Bt-
^~ine of the Government end z&erle of Wer
*aoT in the ten and aojw ebeon.
ii ;w !mj> wrthin the borders ct he Fed^nl
Hepcbfie rnririnmn to iocas eoorte on tvt--c
to cooTtzjee the world the: ao reo! rror-le^
exs;Ts. the cbazjces for c reverscl of d-e rend
"owcrd neo-Nax2sm w-^I he shrc ^ce&d.
A nwr'ner of Gennen lecders here necrosed
neps to deci wah the sst-xai-xi- These tadadl
tne adooteo. or eiecaoo ru-^as that ?.'! e
sent sruoC oenies fmr e^ier-o the Bandeswc
rx outhjw'aq of the VPD ddrec-'v
Bcsjec:- -_he Gerrxm Gc-remm-nt ~-z
:*ooe must nor srr-t-.x trom exro^-^i-r I =
fc-nce wr_e ;: stiI : do r~r*------
papers ".re act
aenve wirniiM to momentous
tb M of car neooie.
rorerrsost emcac Tnftae events wes the
flfcia of rhe Sfcte of Isrcel
I>urb=q the ocst two secedes, the cction's
A-.lkvjewah weeklies oocajneiaed the birth
omd tne arowfc of the fledrrfinc state end pro-
vided en rrrncmni source of informntjon on
isreel csd the Ntdeie Enst -bet could not be
obtemec crrrwhere else. The-,- else served cs
as hnocreni factor ^: mobilize sunoort for the
Ie*"-* Seate m me most cmcici thoe of its
Tse papers clso conr-nued :o picv c steccirv
mcrecsinc role m the arcirs end orowth ot
*nerr own corrm--Trae cd h?ceme i-d^rr.'-
pie the heehhrr deveksnment or Americas
fwish wee>':es hf-
oi
.
Mast of nil e.e An:
r=fleced "he c;? h;=tlr trends
Vwish netcr_-nd reno-tnc end iMrHiy
me sacniheenr events :r*r m r Jswish Lie r
rins rocntrr. thev bore rnmirsaed end arc-moteH
tne m-jenre thct re'"m.ous sccic; cr.d rj-r:
-n^rv-n= ere h-rrir- :- the r_ru: :;_:s= of
our asicr.-.
=e ;ew^.- .-.rr.nm
:t--K ect
"r^-ce tor weed >swrv.
otze: ess:r-
h Press Assoc.-r.cr.
ts icwerc c nrich^er
Tenple Beth Sboioo
,***Eerm ths cx*e or .ts 25th
B-= on naocrtonr milestone in
------------ n oc rienb.
-f>zr. ."rc-ns:. ;cr necrlT r_ ~ .-= 25 .=. -
to me XC-mernhi"\-cn~ec-c^cne j
The Anglo-Jewish Press
This week bes mr\:r -he 2: z. ?=??
of the Americr-n Je-;- Pr?=; As^-r.--------
ciLxaair; ,'twii of s*" r*,":rrr''~ ~c~ z~~-
to the se*r,e of |rM------ --:.-- -----
Ah aafiOB in their Titod raie c: n~-_
daoarasa aad cxkuiuDr ^infiT^^r-^ Amer
rrr c^d world Jew *.
Ib the period of as ertw^L-.e the
m servmc tne r*_r.- .5 zxeds or its merrc
^: -*'' --r.coi has n'c-ed n motor
r=**ns >-i_ormc c -*-ruire concern -or r"
eners cntecr_r.-c wc-lf V;t md --------''-
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r-noamnr & 3*tr- of

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cc Jews
JOSEPH IILSDP
AtSOP
Kennedy On The Stami
>
Tht- youthful .'..-'
(Jo'.2 into th* '><:<':
rium with tht ^i.-n.- "jd.y miftiieM of novemem that
marked h! br'/'h-: pabUc *^
p^arances
"1 I : ; .;' tail -
both nary and nostalgicall) oi
stber hard race tl
pnma.-.t; that now mi to b<-
ij a -
.".: yean a.'.
Th* :, .
ing over an Dour
tenetienee Cor Uh *e -o~-
verj warm. At a .-..-. 1
yojng peo^-1 '-
crowd begii ng ng cam-
paign Df shich > a r< ited
Got! .-: Thh
[1 V ..- Land
This ::.n ithey -".
an.
man :? mj man.
forn.'a to 1 See
"1 .-- :- and,
F m the red F< n iti 1
- Golf stream Aater<
They seem to mean ever] word
01 :t. and despite -o< p>eudo-
I ii Li tomeboe rather stir
--- Then tht re are the oiual
mtroduetiOM: and finally --k
cardrdate moves to the micro-
phone, looking strangely young
despite the deep lists that have
nwadai his face. ith the fa.T.o>.
'ock of hair, now grown longer
again, hanging lankly down over
his for*ed
Efffttivf Campai^nrr
Ke befias achtrj. with small
jokes: and he ta an even greattr
kaaek of wry humor tha- h -
brother hid
I>eri. ^hen the la^t laugr. d:e
a*ay. a DOtC Of seriousp<-s.- aad
_-.--.-> :r-.ades h:.- somewhat
harsh but pteatant voice <
Degas h:s recitation of iimrilca'i
t'.. :oo-nuraerous pnildaaii
I say that's not acctptabt.
: w-factory So ne
ISes each successive prob-
- right nand. hard.
dewi bta his left hard's palm
for extra emphasi- Sonaeiimes
r^ adds, with malice. "That's, not
the politics of j;y and happir.t?-
Aad at tht tnd he gets a bij
r.ar.d when he lams 1:1 elect*
ed Pres-den; o: tie failed States,
1 .ntead to do something about
all tries* -natters'"
For the poiitkai hand:cappers.
- penersaaace > ttrikiasli in-
-<..-. s:ing. The sty;,. Ls M ther ek-
** mm aattahad: the staremen;s
re n-.ad* ataeaata, and tberv are
frtoaect repti.-.ron?. ret what
. ~ s mrea(a most str. njjb; is 1
seaaa ral deep artd tru concern.
a :ee!ir:g tha: th:s -an genuinely
earl) about "taeaa
en Aad it ii > tnat
- Robert F Ktr.nedy ,
rr.^hty e::ect:vt ca:-..pa.vrer
Nt Radinl
I Am taa y*t tc>r-.
- -: -> s* :r
-
You keep *.-:-. t- -i
>:--"* t ?er-
s-r-s >cnpo :ti- :>- -ar -xears
rwLcal horns and a New Left
tail Taat .a- c*r.nr}\ -.he lm-
oa he managed to convey
a taa rraael e vacehti before
r- -:uncia-
thing of that
in that be says -.
Even m ,- -. -ere,
ith erap
orabl*'; aad ha adds rea
"Mavhc m .a- gel u
aah peace, hoi : ..-
-
Ac 1 :r. --a- krt c.
"' :i:- prahiems and
aanict ai |
eraaaaat, about pseertj ai
ream h '-ere .s aetainz thai
.- t to alarm or disturb any
reasonable rcaa or woi
Dhpaiitv
Saeh a- Baaag :-. when
.-.t *as coetmg Soata Dai
-.r.a.. ,j.:.~ ia a ..-..:.
i I l*yi a: -.. -- tad bun
-a- ^r< OB tht
.'. U
oe. a 3n. -. and Caii-
: .. --a
watek -.- 1 act
rr.ar.rer. .t I yon
; \he-
-'.rzr.^t c.spar-y Between the
-an and tne "imafe c: himself
that :. project
He :s supae-ed tc r>e a rnthlesi
a- d calc^latnifc- poLttcun. as well
a* aaaeag spatcrtr o: the- Nee
Lett. He is. in tact, a romantic
aaaatekaa, tar too t;veo to taking
dares aad m^ct too willing tc
BsMa to the siren-socs' Tat
warm!:, raaaaaatoa audietK-t 1 a]
ways sing.
These hwtaataaad eharactcris-
: -> !d lurn peruouily dose, in
tfie last two years, to accept.ng
tne role oi aero Qt* a m
.---w-.c-o ;s alwa>? i*^- ia
.\mer.can pcl.tjc*.
One can even date toe begin
- ot tac process, in th> -
light of a glonous day. with 1
BBH ndidhr young, and hopt:
dience. m tac Greek The^
berse ^a-se he went tar '
tevotning a cuit-hero. hi
now mate extra efforts to appeal
:v the Arner.can ceater
UiaS^VSMMlf
That :s ore stie >- 1 ne other is the Mppostd
rjthU.ssne*s and ealculatior.. The
Oath ..- taat u he hac been iruly
ruthless and caku-at:r.g he Id
r-t .n an lamacasuiabfy
pu:tiun at tais motnett. He ".->
taatHl aot-biooded. eeaabative
*nd cospasaieaate He still is;
ana waa is a political can
tion tnat is ortea aaanjen
politician himsetf.
1! yaw know ;*.:* man at all
wUi. you can have no aouht about
'aTge BTarfednesv. his depth
of feeling, his attachment to
America You can have no doubt.
either, abojt his remarkable
eaa ,-: w:th all the
grim :ntrr-al probJem- thai 00*
.'ace America
Tha trouble !.- hawewar, dad
, > tea few who know
a; all well.
i'i i. 1C. Tt Wfcfcs^te
PWM t> t>. Irwaaaaaa


Friday. May 24, 1963
* Jenisii fhridtHar
Paqe 5-fi
AJCongress Urges Abolition Of Chaplaincy
A resolution calling for the re-
placement or ail military chap-
bins in the United States armed
forces with civilian religious
counselors v-earing no uniforms
and not subject to military disci-
pline was adopted at the national
biennial convention of the Ameri-
can Jewish Congress that conclud-
ed here this week.
Same 500delegates from all parts
of the United States attended the
jix-day conclave of the AJCon-
ireu.
"Increasingly today," the reso-
lution noted, "many chaplains be-
lieve that they cannot in consci-
ence support rhe war their govern-
ment is engaged in and at the
ame time cannot in conscience
!eny to the soldier access to the
religious guidance and help they
-o often desperately need."
The resolution added: "Religion
must always remain the guardian
it the nation's conscience and the
moral judge of its actions. It can-
not fulfill that sacred responsibili-
ty if it is at the same time the
handmaiden of government."
The resc-'ution *aid military
chaplaincies raise "serious consti-
tutional questions" under the pro-
vision of the First Amendment
guaranteeing the separation of
church and state.
"But completely independent of
constitutionality," the resolution
'eclared. "we believe the present
ractice under which chaplains in
the aimed forces are paid by the
government, bear military rank
and are subject to military obliga-
tions and discipline to be not mere-
ly unwise but fundamentally in-
compatible with the faithful per-
formance of their sacred mission."
At an earlier session, Israel was
llveo an obvious hint that the U.S.
government wanted her to show
more flexibility" in response to
United Nations peace efforts. The
suggestion was contained in an
iddress by Lucius D. Battle, As-
istant Secretary of State for Near
Eastern Affairs.
Mr. Battle reiterated the U.S.
position that it does not accept
sraeli sovereignty over Jerusa-
lem, and called on Israel to permit
return of Arabs "to their normal
lives in the occupied territories."
Mr. Battle commended the offi-
, ci.il Jordanian policy and said that
the best efforts of the Jordanian
,overnment are often frustrated
by the unsettled conditions in Jor-
dan and the strong feeling of seg-
ments of the population that the
occupied territories must be re-
gained by any means. Terrorism
breeds reprisal raids which breed
more terrorism which breeds more
reprisal raids. The cycle can be
unending."
The United States, he said, sought
. ;o inject "reason" by urging both
sides to end hostile actions. He ex-
pressed regret that neither Israel
nor Jordan would accept UN. mili-
:ary observers along the cease-fire
lines
Rabbi Leon Kronish of Temple
JEWISH MERCHANTS of Se- Beth Sholom. Miami Beach, in an-
phardic origin appeared in New other address to the same session,
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with the Arab states for face-to- deprivation and despair
ace peace talks.
We must understand the young
"Israel has not only stated its
readiness to talk peace." Rabbi
Kronish declared, "but has also
agreed to abide by the terms of
'he UN. resolution setting up Am-
oassador Jarrings peace mission.
people on university campuses in
Paris. Warsaw and New York who
seek to play a role in the quality
and direction of their education.
"All these are evidence of a
and to attend negotiations called human refusal to be pawns whose
by hlm' I destinies are decided by others.
"The Arab states- refusal to I._________________ _
come to the peace table is an-
other manifestation of their hos- V^tofflS'
tility to Israel and their continued
rejection of the idea of Israel's
legitimacy as a state.
"Until the Arab world concedes
Israel's right to live, there can be
no peace in the Middle Eastand
Israel will continue to need the
kind of military aid from the U.S.
that will serve as a deterrent to
any renewed Arab aggression."
Rabbi Arthur Lelyveld, presi-
dent of the Congress, called on his
organization to support non-violent
poor power, black power and stu-
dent power as "part of a ,-jreat
democratic movement of people
who want to help decide their own
fate."
This insistence is at the very heirl
of the democratic ideal. Wherever
possible, within a framework if
r.on violence, we must extend our
nands and hearts in support of
their effort."
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Rabbi I.elyveld told the dele-
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"We must welcome the rising
voices of the poor who want to
help decide the kind of assistance
they need
"We must join our strength with
those Negroes determined to lilt
themselves from the ghettoes of
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Friday. Mav 24, 1

Emil Cohen
Slated For
Sholotn Fete
Emil Cohen, humorist, racon-
teur and vocalist, will be the fea-
tured entertainer at Temple Beth
Sholiuii's 25th Anniversary Dinner-
Dance at the Hilton Plaza Motel
at 8 p.m. Satur-
day, according
to an announce-
ment by Louis
V. Snetman. the
temple presi-
dent. The din-
ner will follow
a special llav-
dalah (end of
Sabbath) serv-
ice which will
start at 6 p.m.
in the temple
and a cocktail
party in the
968
[mil Cohen
temple auditorium.
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Cooper and
Mr. and Mrs Harold Zinn are
chairmen of the dinner-dance, the
theme of which is "Look for the
Silver Lining."
The temple's Cantor David Con-
viser and choir soloist Salwa Mer-
rige will render a selection of
- mgg that have been written over
the iast several years lor various
milestone occasions in the life of
Beth Sholom, by its spiritual lead-
11. Dr. Leon Kronish. A ceremony
honoring Beth Sholom leaders will
accompany the lighting of a huge
anniversarj cake
Chairmen of arrangements for
the celebration are Mr and Mrs.
Discussinq plans for Beth Sholom's 25th anniversary cele-
bration this weekend are (seated) Dr. Leon Kronish (left)
spiritual leader, Louis F. Snetman. president; (standinq),
James S. Knooke (left), president of Brotherhood and Marvin
Cooper, the Temple's Financial SecrPtorv.
Rabbi Lev. A. Olan
Js Guest Speaker
Rabbi Lovi A. Olan, spiritual
I. ader of Temple Emanu-EI. Dal-
las, Tex., and president of the
Central Conference of American
Rabbis, will be the guest speaker
ai Friday evening services of
Temple Beth Sholom. Miami
Beach, at 8:15 p.m. Friday.
.lames S. Knopke. with a commit*
tee of Temple leaders including
Mr. and .Mrs. Louis Snetman. Mr.
and Mrs. Marvin Steiner. Mr and
Mrs. Philip Postelnek. Mrs. Ethel
Shapiro. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Shawmut, Mrs. Samuel Drecksler,
Mr. and Mrs Philip Davis. Mrs.
Syd Levy. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Rockwell. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sha-
piro. Dr. and Mrs. M. Milstein.
Miss Miriam Vernick. Mrs. Trudy
llamerschlag.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin. Phil-
ip Rosenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Leon
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I Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Hammer.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Fink. Mr.
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i Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Mandell.
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Jo JLjo to ail those who have defended our beloved America,
and in humble gratitude to commemorate the patriot
valor and sacrifice of our heroic dead
will be held
SUNDAY, MAY 26th, J968
at 11:00 A.M.
AT
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The graves of those known to us to be War Veti
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Please be on hand not later than 10 45 a.m
FLAGS WILL BE AVAILABLE
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Elect JOHNL
HICKEY
SCHOOL
BOARD
Group 2
At Large '
Democrat
County Wide Election
JOHN L. HICKEY has served as:
Member, Dade County Quality Education Com-
mittee (1961-1967)
Member, Florida Committee on Quality Educa-
tion (1966)
Member, Planning and Administrative Services
Panel, United Fund (1966-1968)
Trustee and Secretary-Treasurer, South Florida
Carpenters Labor-Management Joint Appren-
ticeship and Training Program (1967-1968)
Secretary, Bishop Carroll's Labor Day Observ-
ance Committee (1960-1968)
Member, Israel Histadrut Committee (1968)
JOHN L. HICKEY, an appointee of former
School Board Chairman JANE ROBERTS to
the original Dade County Quality Educa-
tion Committee, successfully fought the
people's battle to keep Channel 2 publicly
owned. He has offered himself as a candi-
date for the School Board, confident that
his seven years experience on the Quality
Education Committee eminently qualifies
him to help administer the affairs of our
school system. For a man you will be
proud to have voted for .
LEVER
ELECT
JOHN L.
HICKEY


Friday. May 24. 1968
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Dr. Solomon I.ichter. principal
01 the Miami Beach Hisih School.
v.ill extend areetincs to the 1968
iraduatinc class at the annual
liaeealanroale service at Temple
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The service will he conducted by
Dr. Irving l.ehrman.
Participating in the service will
be Maria Jay. daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Abe Jay; Tom Korrn, son of
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Steven Unaer, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Harold linger.
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C/4 Announces Record Amount
l.entinued horn Page I A
a U'KMry mikI andowmenl program
for I hv Federation
He alto announced that plant
would be flnalltod during ilir com-
ing year for a "modarn community
building to home tha Fadaration
and mm of our agenda*-tome-
thing long ovardua."
Mr. K.ipi.in preaanted young
leadership awardl to Mrs Milton
s. (iri'i-ii, viir prnldenl <>f Um
Federation ol .lewr.h Women, Md
to I. .lull's \i kiii chairman ol tha
C'JA Lawyer'i Dtvli.....
Mr I'ullol paid Inlnilr ;il the
iiu'iiiiii: to Mrs Bldnaj Bchwarts,
i h.hi in.in of Ihr Wiiiiicii's Dlvl-
lion. Ken h!-sen. rli.iirmiin of Ilir
Hllli RbM Mivisiiin. Bhepard Broad
unit Robert Ruaaall, aaaoclata cam
|'.iii:n chairmen, li.iiiicl Ncal llrl
Icr, chairman ol Tradti and Pro
faaaiona; and Mrs Dorothy Pallcfc,
who is retiring as executive direc-
tor of thr Woman' DJvlaion. Mrs.
Sol (ioiiisii'iti, praitdcnl ol the
Puferation of Jewtah Women, nada
an award pcaaantallon to Mrs
Km lick
Four founders of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation were
present to receive Kidduth cup*
a a token of the pioneering serv-
ice. Robert Russell, chairman for
tha evening, presented the cupi to
Sam Blank, Joseph M. Lipton,
Stanley C. Myers and Max Oro-
vitz.
Tha entire si;iie prevented hy
the nominating committee beaded
hy Mr Mailer area unanimoutlj
elected at the meeting.
Samuel N Prledland i. honorary
prenidcnl and .losepli Upton is im
mediate paal preaident
Officer! who will serve with Mi
Kaplan during the coming year
include David P Cataman, Dr.
Irvinn Li'lirnian. Norton S I'allot,
Robert iiusseii and Milton weiae,
vice presidents; Harry II Smilh
treasurer; Daniel Ncal Heller, as
social c Irea.surer; Mendoll M Sc-
lig, secretary and Marshall S.
Harris, aaaociate aaeretary
Pait presuienis ni the Pedera
tion are Sam Wank. A -I Han is,
Sain J. Hainan* Howard Kane,
Aaron II, Kanner, Sidney Lcfcuurt,
Stanley C. Myera, Max Orovitz,
Dan II Ruakin Jacob Shcr, Wil
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in;: .11 Ihe Kovcrnmcnt will
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Fridav, May 24
'368
NCCJ Sponsors
Police-Community
Relations Institute
Fourteen Floridians from law-
enforcement agencies and com-
munity and religious groups were
institute delegates to the National
Institute on Police-Community Re-
lations at Michigan State Univer-
sity, held this week in East Lan-
sing. Mich The delegates attended
the institute on scholarships pro-
vided by the National Conference
of Christians and Jews
The NCCJ is sponsoring the 14th
annual institute at Michigan State
University, with the International
Chiefs of Police Association and
other law-enforcement groups.
Three hundred law-enforcement
and community relations execu-
tives from the I'nited States and
several foreign countries partici-
pated in the week-long institute
Participants from Florida in the
national institute included one
sheriff, two police captains, a cler-
gyman, several agency executives
and MV6ra] law enforcement offi-
cers involved in community rela-
tions programs for their municipal
departments.
Frank J Magrath. regional di-
rector for the Florida Region of
NCCJ. and a workshop leader at
Michigan State University, headed
the group.
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'Aliyah' Group Will Aid Americans
pi
NEW YORK < JTAI Formation of
an American-based aliyah organi-
zation, with 200 founding mem-
i bers. the .Association of Americans
and Canadians for Aliyah. was an-
nounced here this week.
Dr. Norman Schanin. chairman,
said membership was open to all
American Jews planning to settle
in Israel within three years.
The new group is affiliated with
'he Zionist Council and the Associ-
ation of Americans and Canadians
n Israel.
"As an American membership
organization." Dr. Schanin said.
"W can be effective in providing
,>ur members with information and
assistance related to their transfer
and settlement in Israel."
He nfid the association would
seek to act as "a pressure group"
on Israeli officials to help would-
be settlers find proper jobs and
housing. All association members
plan to Mttle in Israel. He added
that the AACA. in cooperation with
the Israel Aliyah Center here,
would regularly inform members
of jobs open in Israel and provide
related information from Israeli
government ministries, industry,
and educational institutions.
He said the organization would
also sponsor viaita by members to
l.-raei to find job and housing op-
portunities. He added th;,
views have already been
for members with Israe
Welfare Ministry officials
Dr. Schanin plans to go
in Jill) to become princip,
; Bet Hakarem Teachers Col
> Jerusalem. He said Birr)
i assistant principal of the
i Hills Jewish Center, am
Bruckenstein. educational
i of Congregation Adas I-
Washington. D.C.. visit,
last November Seeking
fur themselves and 19 oth -
tial American settlers,
the idea of AACA Steml
their visit.
inter-
ranged
Social
Israel
)f the
ege in
'haian,
Forest
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rector
i il m
Israel
"ions
iten-
that
from
Tifereth Jacob
New President
Fred Rapps will be installed as
president of Temple Tifereth Ja-
cob. Hialeah. at 8 p.m. Saturday at
the temple.
Taking office with Mr. Rapps
will be Frank Kershner and Mar-
vin Reichenthaler, vice presidents:
Mrs. Inez Schultzer, secretary and
Mrs. Kay Lingaton, treasurer.
Members of the governing board
are Harold Zagon. Jules Briklod.
Max Stein, Mrs. Anne Greenberg,
Ted Lingaton. Marvin Klein and
Oscar Mescon. Mrs. Yetta Gelvan
is trustee.
Jerry Garfinkle, president of
the new Israel Lodqe, B'nai
B'rilh, Miami Beach, visits
Variety Children's Hospital,
where members of the qroup
toured the hospital, and pre- ,
sented a check for S250 to
purchase a Sprinafield bed
which protects infants dur-
inn convalescence.
25,000 Immigrants Expected
By Israel This Year
NEW YORK (JTA) Israel is
expecting 25.000 to 30.000 new im-
migrants from various countries
this year, according to Aryeh L.
Pincus. chairman of the Jewish
Agency, in a report he gave at the
30th annual conference of the coun-
cil of organizations of the United
Jewish Appeal of New York.
Mr. Pincus said that the new j
arrivals will include many large I
families and many who have been j
stripped of all their possessions.
Could you keep up those
"easy" monthly payments
if your pay stopped?
What would happen to you and your famil> if suddenly
your regular pay check was cut off because of a serious
accident or an illness? You, like most families, are
probably making payments on your house, your car
and other things that bring you a comfortable and en-
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adjustment in your living standards?
Manufacturers Life can't guarantee that you'll always
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fndav. Mov Zl 1968 > Pni*l' KkriidliirKif Pac?e n"A
EARL FAIRCLOTH
HAS TAKEN A FIRM, POSITIVE STAND
FOR LAW AND ORDER.

EARL FAIRCLOTH
HAS A DEEP CONCERN
FOR THE ELIMINATION OF
THE ROOT PROBLEMS
OF URBAN CRISES.
r i
EARL FAIRCLOTH
HAS DECLARED, TROUBLEMAKERS
LIKE GAMEL ABDEL NASSER
MUST BE TAUGHT THAT
LOUDMOUTHED THREATS AND INSULTS
AGAINST OTHER NATIONS CANNOT
BE UTTERED WITH IMPUNITY.
ISRAEL MUST BE SUPPORTED
AGAINST HER ENEMIES."
We Proudly Endorse Dade County's Own
EARL FAIRCLOTH
for United States Senator
MALENGLANDER
SIDNEY ARONOVITZ
E. ALBERT PALLOT
PAULFASKE
JUDGE MILTON FELLER
MILTON M. GAYNOR
PHILLIP SCHIFF
BENGILLER
SHEPARD BROAD
TED SAKOWITZ,
Campaign Manager,
Dade County.
pd. pol. adv.
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Paqe 12-A
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Friday. May 24 1993
Bureau Graduation
Is Set For Monday
The 18th annual community
graduation exercises of the Bureau
of Jewish Educaiion will be held ]
at 7:30 p.m Monday at Beth David .
Congregation, according to an an- .
nouncement made by Albert E. >
Ossip. president of the Bureau.
Taking part in the exercises will ;
be graduates of the Bureau's Cen-
tral Hebrew High School and junior i
Hebrew high school departments
of nine Congregational schools.
The program of the evening will .
salute the 20th anniversary of the
State of Israel Zeev Boneh. Is-
rael's consul general, will address
the graduates.
The program will also feature a
musical interlude by a choir of
Israeli Hebrew teacher*, the pres-
entation of diplomas by rabbis, di-
rectors and teachers of the junior
high school departments and by
Herbert Zvi Berger. director of
the Central Hebrew High School.
The Jacob and Adele Kaplan
Prize will again be presented by
ZtlV BONfH
Construction Slated
On Negev Pipeline
TEL AVIV (JTA>Coi
- expected to begin -
>il pipeline from Eilat on
the port of A
'he Mediterranean, accordi
Tahal. Israel's water
ompanj C instruction -t- are
estimated at Sl!3 mill
Tahal rei
a survey for the 12
shorten th
east of S
pean p irti ; som 12 :
- transportii g oil 1
Previous!) with the 3
the R ; Sea to European p
were required to round the
continent via th.' Cape of Go-d
Hope, a journey ot c! : _2.000
miles with thi new
ever, the trip tan be cut down to
hout 9.500 miles.
In its first stage of cor
turn, estimated at an ir.vi si rd co-t
of SOU million, the pipeline would
be able to carry 20 million tons
of oil per year^However. when the
accessories are installed, including
pressure equipment and a pumping
station, the tans-Xegev pipeline
will be able to pump three times
as much to the Mediterranean
port. According to Tahal. the open-
ing of the 3fez Canal, if and
when that occars. would not pre-
clude the use sf the new pipeline.
since the cans is considered too
narrow and shallow for big oil
tankers.
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. newly elected
president of the Greater Miami
Rabbinical As?ociation
Other pr.zes to oe awarded in-
.lude the Itatr.er Famil> Award,
the Israel Shapoff Award, the Jo-
seph Cohen Ptitt. and the Hebrew
Educators Alliance Award, to the
jutstanding students of the Cen-
tral Hebrew High School and the
junior bigb school departments.
Greetings will oe extended by
Mr. Ossip and Louis Schwartzman.
executive director of the Bureau.
*il! chair the program.
IBEW HIOH BCH< [. .i 11
late:
Lawrence J Arena. Metro Aaulay,
. Blict. Chadl <: Daum, Edwin
P Parber Tobl Flrtel. Miriam Greei .
berg K- i neth Hilton. Z\ I
Steve urnal. Mitchell KoUner, Laura
Leva Cheryl Ram. Al .-i Row
Rlu :: Jud> i:u. Mai h
mat David .- David
S Swli eTj I T} -
Shimon
.\zui..>. Rabbi Samuel P Mandelcon
i! : i:..i bl s:.,' lej B ^ -.--. are
lui te inotrot tor.
BETH DAt : CONGREGATION
h .11 prradua
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i teborah Con doi Ra nd)
: Farrow. Carol Sac Felnbeif
Barrj Fellmai Rachel H.....Iwh
Barbara K rsner, MiuM Arm Lubiti
Joj Ponn. Michelle Racl
:... belle Rachllne. Jill AlUso Rap-
.rt. su:in Rodman Ron ild Rubin
I lei Sh irtir Jona than SI a
i In, Barb.-.. A Short Jaj M
Spi. I.-' j;..l La, ,j.,u |, :;.,..:. g ,|
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Laaar Michael Wewinayi Fred Pot -
Erl .. Reive Ellen s. hlnaek
Ui da Silvern i
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BACK TOGETHER TO SERVE THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
Cantar Emanuel Mandel
AND
Hirry W. Beyer
I BET YOU
DIDNT KNOW
By FRED SANDIER
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and won *n Academy
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. Remember movie star
Victor Mclaglen? Most
people don't know that in
the early 1900s he was a
top boxer and had a bout
against Jack Johnson,
heavyweight champion of
the world Then, Mc-
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won the Academy Award
for the Best Actor in 1935
for his performance in "The
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How long does it take
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your car? Did you know
that during the Indianapolis
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n trained to change all
four tires on a car in the
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hand pitcher in baseball is
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Ball parks are usually laid
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sou* end of ball parks
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... A left-hand pitcher s
throwing hand is on the
first base side of tne dia-
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fridcv. May 24. J968
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st> if in our f. lithnifiiT
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OUT OF THE WHIRLWIND
A TREASURE FCS MY DAUGHTER
A. "Readr of Holocaust Litcra-
:. t" il ?he sub-:it!e of Out of the
Vknir.'wind. compiled by Albert H.
F letflaBrter Doubleday & Co..
s It is a massive book of
538 pages tOTirrising an anthol-
rJ poems, tssajs and stories
i ch givei maay-faeeted view
i; what his come to be known
, the Holocoiis"..
\ prologue by F.lie Wiesol pre-
e.des the .- N- ctioni of the book
.: aft entitled: The Geogra-
r c-' Hi}]; The De-cent: The
I a .ding of Europe: The Great
t -i-: The Kcao Back; and
C. estiont Alter the Storm.
(elections *re necessarily
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Wiesel. Salo W*. Baron.
Bettlehelm, Leo Baeck,
..-- Bemporad, Primo Levi.
. F^ckenhalm, Rolf Hochhuth
< many other*.
Vtu book it a soul-searing body
teraturi that has arisen out
c ;. bolocauil
Hadasaab, :.. women's Israel-
t ied organization, ?ponsors
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. by Bessif W, Batist (Haw-
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The beck a,..- compiled by sev-
eral women if Hada-sah-Wizo of
Montreal Canada.
Tne style is condescending and
son.fw.ia! superficial but the ma-
terial is basic. Ail of the Jewish
boly days are explained by means
i artificially contrived conversa-
dons betwetr a mythical mother
: : i auf Tht daughter is
become i bride and the
conversations are intended to
l ear to be a Jewish wife.
Inez arr(. housekeeper.
.* addition to the explanation
Oi the history of all the- holy
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and recipes. The Jewish laws of
"nidah," "nikveh," mourning,
marriage kashrutin fit; the
entin gamut of the aspects of
Ji* lift vhicb are of impor-
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Despite ita style, tht book
. repriate and useful
[.:: for prospective brides, wives
nc adolescenl daughter-.
Among those who took part in the proqram
of the recent senior citizens conference
soonsored by the YM-YWHA of Greater
Miami were (from J?ft): Howard Faber.
fi ropetin": Dade Courrtv
Commissioner Harold Greene; U.S. Rep.
Claude Pepper: Efraim H. Gale, executive
director of the Y; and Jack Calchman, presi-
dent of the Y's senior citizens group.
Miami Youth Elected At USY Convention
Comedy To Be Presented
"The Stuck Pot." a three-act
comedy, wiD be presented by the
Temple Ada'h Yeshurun Youth
Pif.y.r Saturday a: 8:30 p.m. and
Surica;. V. 7:30 p.m. in tht Temple
Social Hall, 1(25 N.E. Miami Gar-
ni-?: 7 North Mismi Beach
Mark Hadciad of the Beth Torah
| group of United Synagogue Youth
I was elected president of the South-
' east Region at the organization's
recently concluded 17th annual
convention.
Others who were elected from
South Florida include: Judy Ma- ,
: lavsky of the Beth Shalom USY |
group in Hollywood, vice- presi-
dent: Janie Hirschberg of Beth
Torah. corresponding secretary:
i and Eric T.iretsky of the Beth
j David group, treasurer.
Bary Arena "f Conere?a'k>n
B'nai Raphael and Larry Burrows
of Beth Torah received partial
scholarship; to the National USY
Camp in Glen Spey. N.Y.. ?: the
same convention.
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Friday, May 24. 1%8
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Social Justice
By RABBI DAVID SHAPIRO
Temple Sinai, Hollywood
The emphasis in this week's
portion of the Torah is on social
legislation.
The Sabbatical year not only
gave the land
an opportunity
for renewal, but
also gave food
to the needy
The Jubilee
year returned
"every man un-
to his posses-
sion. And ye
shall hallow the
fiftieth y e ;i r
am? proclaim
liberty through-
out the land,
abbi Shapiro unto all the in-
habitants thereof."
The Torah reading continues,
"And it thy brother become pour,
and his means fail, thou shall up-
hold him."
No one who reads these verses
can fail to understand the social
and economic implications of .Ju-
daism. If our faith in Cod does not
result in doing justly and loving
mercy, we are of little faith.
If we fail to implement our love
ol Cod by service to our fellow
men. we do not really love God.
Judaism teaches that we are
stewards of what God has given
us, and that it is our obligation
to use our substance, not only for
our own good, but for the good of
others as well.
This should be one of the em-
phases of the synagogue of today.
We should supplement divine sense
with human service, and worship
of God with social action.
Judaism is not merely what one
does in solitude. Judaism is two-
dimensional, bidding us lift our
hearts to <"lod in aspiration, and ex-
tend helping hands in cooperation.
El Fatah Leaders
Given Life Terms
TEL AVIV iJTA) Two El
Fatah leaders convicted of murder
during a terrorist sabotage raid
last March were sentenced to life
imprisonment by a military tri-
bunal in Lydda this week. The two
are Kammal Nammer, 2t>. an en
gineer, who headed the gang, and
William Naguib Nassar, -2. a
chemist, who was his deputy,
The court decided against the
death sentence because both de-
fendants cooperated with Israel
authorities in rounding up other
El Fatah members.
The pair was arrested following
an El Fatah raid on the Mekorot
water company's equipment stor-
age depot at Abu (Josh, near Jeru-
salem The Druze watchman was
murdered.
Both Nammar and Nassar are
the ~ons of Jewish mothers who
married Arabs.
= Speaker Schedule Announced By B.B.
g Samuel I'ascoe. president of the David Lehrfield. spiritual leader of
South Florida Council of B'nai
: B'rith Lodges, will deliver a report
Ion the recent statewide convention
at a meeting of the Miami Beach
B'nai B'rith Lodge at 12:30 p.m.
Tuesday at the DiLido Hotel.
Kneseth Israel
June 25.
Congregati
Malcolm H. Fromberg is ,.,;
dent of the lodjje and GeraC
Miller is luncheon chairman
Srherhter Registration
Registration for the Sol
lonion
uo tost. in.

rCabbinicat *Jefevision ^i
Rose Is Reelected
President Of Home
I.eo Rose. Jr., Miami Beach at-
torney, was elected thi- week lor
a third term as president of the
Jewish Home for the Aged of
(neater Miami at an election meet-
ing of the Home's board of di-
rectors.
Otners elected with Mr Rose
include Mrs. Fay Ablin. Louis Bus.
ler. David B. Fleeman. Aaaron
Kravitz and Jack S. Popick. vice
presidents: Stanley M Beckerman.
treasurer: Sam Resnick, financial
secretary; Mrs limn .1. Berger,
corresponding secretary and Mrs.
Lawrence Silverman, recording
secret a rv
Founder ol the .IMA is Mrs. Isi-
dor Cohen: Judge Irving C'ypen is
honorary president and Judge Har-
old B. Spaet is immediate past
president. Honorary vice presi-
dents are Col. Jacob If. Arvej
and Baron dr Hirsch Meyer
roaratng
May 26 Ch io 0 3o am The Jewish Worship Hour,
Host: Rabbi Milton Schlinsky,
Temple Adath Yeshurun. North Miami Beach
May 26 Ch 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice.
Hosl Rabbi Irving Lehrman,
Temple Emanu-El, Miami Beach.
May 28Ch 2, 9:30 to 10:30 p.m. Man to Man.
Topic Is War M
M i lerator: Rev Luther C Pierce
Participants: Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, Temple Beth
Am: Rev. Albert R, Schmidt. Grace Lutheran
Church; Msgr Joseph O'Shea SI Joseph Catholic
Church.
Man to Man will !* rebroadcasl each Sunday at 3 p.m.

'Housing Crises' Is Topic
The Miami-Coral G ibles Chapt-
er of the United Nations Associa
> ill sponsor a forum on "Hous-
' ses in Dadc Count)" at 7 IS
urn Wednesday at the Robert
High Towers Senior Center
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CAVDISLIGHTING TIME
26 1YAR 7:45
<
Irving Schatzman. honorary
president and treasurer aNo an
nounced the schedule of speakers Schechter Day School of Te
for the next four meetings of the KmanuEI. Miami Beach 25
group, all of which are at 12:30 departments of iPSLjR f
p.m. at the DiL.do. |igious schoo, has lflJJJt*yj
Slated to address the meetings to Judge Frederick N Hani
are Ronald I. Strauss, an attorney, chairman of the Board ol Edu
.on June 4: Dr. Donald Michelson. ; tion Registration will be hell
' Hillel director al the University of daily from 10 a.m. to noon tad
Miami, on June 11: Melvin Rich- from 2 to 4 p.m in both school
ard. former mayor of Miami offices at 77th St. and Dickens
Bech, on June 18: and Rabbi I Ave.. and at 1701 Washington Ave
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Behar
Fields lie fallow each seventh year Shofar procla ms
year as Jubilee.
The seventh year shall be a sabbath neither -
Held (Lev. 25:4). hallow the fiftieth year ai
claim liberty throughout the land" l.rv 25 10)
BEHAR"And the l.onl spoke unto Moses in Mounl S
saying When ye come into the land which i give yo
shall the land keep a sabbath unto the Lord in the:
y< ar -hall be a sa')bath ol solemn rest tor the land sna||
neither sow thy field, nor prune thy vineyard And thi -
bath produce of the land shall be lor food'for you: lor tin,
lor thy servant and lor thy maid, and lor thy hired servani and
lor tiie settler by tin side who sojourn with Hue: and for thy
cattle, and lor the beasts that are in thy land. (Leviticus 29 l 7i
Following seven sabbatical years, the 50th year is to be
Observed as a jubilee That which groweth ol itself ol th
vest thou shalt not reap" tLeviticus 25:5). Scripture then si
"And >< shall hallow the fiftieth year, and proclaim
throughout the land unto all the inhabitants thereof; it shall be
a jubilee unto you Ye shall return every man unto In-
possession" (Leviticus 25:10-11)
The tame laws pertaining to the sabbatical year holi
of the jubilee. In addition, .ill fields return :<>
owners; every Hebrew -lave is tree to return io his hoi
Hebrew slave can .iUwi>~ be redeemed: ii he is nol n i
he gi i' fn e :n 'lie jubilee j ear
And n thy brother be waxen poor and li meat fail with
"in-. then thou shall uphold him: ;i- a stranger and :i
siiail he live with thee Take thou no interest of him or in.
but fear thy God; that thy brothei may live with thee
shall nol give him thv money upon interest, not
victuals tor increase." (Leviticus 25:35-37
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is extracted
and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Herit i
edited by P Wollman-Tsamir, $15. Publisher is Shengold, and th.
volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President
of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang.
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA
TION. 985 SW 67th Aye. Orthodox.
Cantor Morns Barr.
ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 19th Ave.
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dall Dr., S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
Krida) *:S0 p.m Service will In- read
by membera ol (hi lleth Am Federa-
ii......i' Temple Vnuth Salurda) 11:15
.. m Itnr Mitivah: Paul, win >( Mr
.hkI Mr* Seymour Aliramann.
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipion.
I'l i l.i 7 !.". p in ..ml s l.\ p ni Bel
r i Sdufalinn gal -
Tl Toi. 1, \a----1' Bai
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Max i' "i
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BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Avenue
Orthodox, Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
BETH KOD6SH 1101 SW '2th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Oickson.
-in Sm urdaj s i
Sermon: .Icru-nl. m l:- ui
Ul i I 'I' I' '
. p,m. Sei in...
Mountain Top."
r^eliqious <^c
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8755 SW 16th St. Miami. Rabbi
Ralph Z. Glixman. Cantor Benjamin
Ben Ari.
hYlday v p.m Saturday s r. .i in Rar
Mltxviih: Steven vv ils..n. -..i, nl Mr
and Mr- Donald Bchnnrtx Slialiwli
Seudoii :. p.ni
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. Cartor Albert Glantz.
TIFERETH JACOB iTEMP! E F
4th Ave. Hi.-.ieah. Conser.
Rabbi Mauric- Klein.
Friday N I.", p m I'.
Urdu;
vah: Kline, -on ..i Mr, ... .1 vii -
l;......rtn Mayii
mon Tnrnli In Life Siilurdai :
a.m. Annual Hai alauri ate Sei \ i.-.
Sermoii: Thi >\.. kl> r..,,,..,, ,,,..
Ulble Itar MiUi ..Ii Si Hi. a......I Mr
and Mm Mui i ai ll.....i in and r.arrv.
-"" of Mr and Mr- Samuel Goldberg
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of .Mr. and Mr- I, \ lug
1 It .iii.I Mr.
I 'rennian
HEBREW ACADEMY 2400 P.netree
Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross.
BETH SOLOMON 50 NW 5'st Place.
Conservative.
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BETH TOV (TEMPLE! 6433 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rahbi Simon April.
13 p.m. Inm
,. .. i-1,, i. Pollovvi (I by (knw -
B'NAI SHOLOM iT-mple). 275 NW
'9th Street. Conservat.ve. Rabbi
Abraham M. Cassel.
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) OF GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform
Rahbi Joseph R. Narot
Friday N !" i rn Si i
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ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 'Stri
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnass.
i. in Sitturday
S. I HI..n "I'll. T 1 :i ll I.....KS .VI
P.....!>."
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MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional Cantor
Louis Cohen.
ZION iTEMPLEi 8000 Miller Rd Con
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman
miami'beach
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AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 C.i> t Av<
Orthodox. Rabbi Is.iac Ev-r
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th Street
Orthodox. Rabbi Berel We.n.
BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave .
Orthodox. Rabb. Bhmaryanu t
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamches
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BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE
Jeffrsc.n Ave. Conservative
David Raab Cantor Saul H. Breb
JACOB C COHEN COMViM';
SYNAGOGLE 1?32 Washmoton Av-
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H
Cantor Meyer Er.gel.
KNESETH ISRAFL 1415 E: u ..I A v-
Ortnodox Rail, D.vid L.-hrleld
Cantor Abraham Seif.
MENORAH TEMPLE) 620 '
"'"' Rabbi M.i>. r a
' :; Cantor N
Sen

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BETH TORAH 164th St aid NE 11th
Ave. Conservative R.u i Max L.p-
schiti Cantor Jacob Renzer
l-'ri.l.i> i. p in .in,i s.r. ,. m .
ri II .lu.l.i -m i
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"i vi, ml Mi- |>lv Vlti-i i
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Mitzviih ':, mrH
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BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13500 W. Dixie Hwy ConMrvat ve
Rabin David Tosenleld Cantor Ben
Z'On Kirschenhaum
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e -AI RAPHAEL 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative Rabbi Charles M. R.
' -I Cantor J.ick L-rn-r
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OR OLOM (TEMPLE). Conservative
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPlI
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Con^
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I..M A
MitCVah :i ,u
VI i Hi
i.. n Kara
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
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CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Roxenrwaig
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EMANU EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash.
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman Cantor Zvi Adler.
Friday 5 ':' pin and s :> p.m .-. r-
NFR tamid ITEMPlEj
'atum .. i erwa> M......n
t.onai Ral-bi Eugene L.ibov.tz Can-
Edward Ki-,n
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Eon.ta Drive
Orthr.dox. Hi Phineas
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FDIC JfcwTsH" CENTER 645
Collins Ave. Ram,, s.i II N.n i
: Snturd.i
Heavenl; Pi
SINM .TEVPLEi OF NORTH DDE
T-mnor.iry offire. '8801 NE
Ave Reform Rahbi Rvph Kingsley.
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BFACH
D- "Washington Ave Rabbi A.
Bin Hillel.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE)
Conservative. 1025 NE 183rd. St.
SKY LAKfc SYNAGOGl F I8'51 NE
19'h Ave Orthodox. -., E
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATFP VI.
AML 90 NE 1/1st St. Orthodox.
Rahln Naftali Porush
i,
mon ''IreaklnK '1,.. ,
mith
Saiunlaj i p m
CORAL GABLES
JL'Df* (TEMPLE* 5500Granda Blvd
Reform. Rabbi Morns Kipper.
ZAMORA (TEMPLE 44 Z.v
Conservative Rabb. M.i.-.
Cantor Hirsh March.
I'. Idnj So p m Siitunl
Si i mon s. rlnturn \
FT. LAUDERDALE
BETH ISRAEL iTEMPLE t
Oakland Park Blvd R.i
Chaiton Cantor Theodore M
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l.-.|.|i i-ondell
Sliabli t. Satu
E MANUEL. 1801 S A-
Reform. Rabb
Cantor Jerome K -
HALLANDALE
HALLANDALE .EWISH
126 E. Halland.. r Btach B .
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (TEMPLE S 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabb. S..-"UH I I
VV i unl .1-1 s
v.,'
Man '
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BETH SHALOM iTEMI
Monroe St Conserve
Morton Malnvsky.
SINAI (TEMPc t 1201 J *
Conservat.ve Raid D.i -
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraui
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL ITEMPlf: J800 '
W.i Conserval ve. R n
Cutler.
POMPANC BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE.. 132 S .V I Ih
Ave. Coaaarvaiiv*. *b' Morrn
A Skop Cantc [
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SURFSID6
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
Surfside Commcir.ty Center. 9301
Collins Ava." Orthodox. Rabbi Isaio
D. Vine.


Fridav, May 24. 1968
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EDWARD COHEN
UMiwn-ai
Vote If You Want To
It's back to the polls next
Tuesday. I shall be there when
they open, a practice I began as
a youthful political pro, the rule
being that during a long day of
o|K-rations it often happened that
o.io failed to vote at all unless
il was early.
1 don't believe I have ever
i ssed an election, primary or
general, since I became eligible
f, r that privilege 'and maybe
i ten before, sine* the highly po-
1 tical atmosphere in which 1 was
brought up got me thoroughly in-
voived be for. 1 w 21).
the war years
hen setting. .serviceman's bal-
I wa- o nor chore and vot-
i a tn it ball I onee received was
- eroingly unimportant to most
, the 6I*
On the ion that the
ns has run its
< luree. I c n ci i h is now 'hat in
] 144 n > insh top sergeant and 1
. ab il 1" ballots which
the fellows in our outtit overseas
, i,i n fused to pick up. in favor
.,: Franklin Roosevelt What's a
buddy for, anyhow?
This is not divulged with the
intent of proving my good citizen-
ship i* contrast to the pathetic
voting record of a large percent-
age of Americans.
I have b^en reading the post-
mortem s about the reasons for
the lack of voting in our first
primary several weeks ago and
must confess to some slight
.iinusemrnt. Too many elections,
complicated and lengthy ballots,
t uiled ;i(> machines and even the
lack of symbols like donkeys and
i ephants to help the illiterate
find then party, all are cited as
problems tor us to attack in order
to attract B larger vote.
1 have til DbjeottoO to simpler
procedure; for votings certainly.
clarity u desirable. But I confess
I take .in elitist view of govern-
ment-and look wtth suspicion on
any mevemenl ehich would bring
out the IdiOti a Ml the unconcern-
ed to vote on -sues and men
about which they know othing
or very little.
I see no democratic principle
at stake in. the faet that people
aren't registered to vote or, once
registered, fail ti vote (depriving
the Negro of these rights, of
course, is a different issue), and
bach In J952 I incurred the wrath
of the league of Women Voters
and other nice pimple by trying
to abort the "kct out the vote"
campaign which, jn my opinion,
helped bring ii' Eisenhower.
Although 1 'ray be disappoint
ed or disagree with a particular
election result, if the vote is man-
ageable enough I am usually sat-
isfied that at Least the issues and
men were understood by those
who voted, even if my superior
candidate did lose.
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winners and good government
subverted in many instances, in-
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In summary', then, I am against
extraordinary efforts to induce
people to vote against their nat-
ural inclination to leave it to
those who know what they're
doing.
Having said that, it would be
sad if anyone who knows the
issues al slake in the election of
-iles to the Democratic Na-
tional Convention would ignore
.;ie opportunity next Tuesday to
make a choice between George
iers' tired political hacks
and Eugene McCarthy's bright-
idealists.
Despite a similarity in low-
level campaigning in the appeal
i the state's more conservative
i li ments, an intelligent Ameri-
can can easily distinguish be-
een the pork-clmp retrogres-
sion of Earl Faircloth and the
ban concern of LeRoy Collins
at a moment in our history when
who we in Florida send to Wash-
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course of our nation.
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if you're concerned as well as in- I
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you II join me at the polls next
Tuesday. But If you don't. I'm
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people who don't care really
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^Jewish Floridian
Miami, Florida, May 24, 1968
or. 3
24 Miami Students Enroll In
Tel Aviv U. Exchange Program
Norton S. Pallot (left). Combined Iswish Appeal campaiqn
chairman, pays tribute to associate chairmen Shepard
Broad (center) and Robert Russell at the recent annual
meeting dinner dance cf the Jewish Federation of Greater
Miami.
JWV Schedules Local
Memorial Day Services
The Department of Florida,
Jewtstl War Veterans of the United
States, will commemorate Memo-
rial Day Sunday by holding two
services to honor the memory of
all deceased veterans, it was an-
jounced by Bernard Massarsky of
North Miami Beach, chaplain.
The regular annual memorial
service will be held at 11 a.m.,
at Mount Neho Cemetery. 5505
NW 3rd St.. led by James Stern.
Commander of the Department.
Rabbi Alfred Waxman of Temple
Zion, will conduct the services.
Additional services will be held
at 2:30 p.m. the same day at the
Jewish War Veterans section of
Rabbi Waxman To
Conduct Services
At JWV Convention
Rabbi Alfred Waxman. spiritual
eader of Temple Zion, will con
duct Friday evening services at
he annual convention of the Jew-
>h War Veterans and Auxiliary,
Department of Florida, to be held
"due 21-23 at the Barcelona Hotel
n Miami Beach.
Following the services, official
Maeli war films will be shown.
depicting the Six-Day War between
srael and its neighbors last June
Mrs Keba Brown, the president
if the state auxiliary, will be hon-
>red with a luncheon on June 22.
The Commander's Banquet and
ocktail party, to be held on the
-ame day. will honor James Stern.
The JWV convention will con-
.lude with business sessions on
June 23.
; Vista Memorial Gardens Ceme-
tery, 14200 NW 57th Ave.. under
, the direction of Ralph Lampert of
! North Miami Beach. Other serv-
| ces will be held at 12:30 p.m. the
same day by Murray Solomon
Post No. 243 at the Star of David
Cemetery and by Abe Horrowitz
\ Poit No. 682 at Mt. Sinai Cemetery.
Larry King, TV commentator
and columnist, will be the guest
speaker at services to be held by '
; the West Miami Post No. 223 at
! 11 a.m. Thursday at the West Mi-
, ami Town Hall.
Father William Sweeney, CM, of
St. Vincent de Paul's Rectory, will
give the invocation at the service.
Rabbi Ralph Glixman of Temple
Or Olom will conduct the memo-
rial services, and Rev. R. Stanley
Hendricks. chaplain of Jackson
Memorial Hospital will give the
benediction.
The services will be preceded by
a parade sponsored by the city of
West Miami to start at the Syl-
vania Heights School at 9:30 a.m.
Lt. Col. E. H. Kirkland, MOWW
1 and Past Post Commander Nor-
man Burman are parade marshals.
Among the units will be the Vol-
Teens, Official Ambassadors of
Dade County as appointed by May-
ior Chuck Hall; The Silhouettes
Band and Marching Unit of the
Woodmen of the World; The Great-
er Miami String Band "Mum-
mers." Homestead Air Force Base
Color Guard; Department of Flor-
ida, Jewish War Veterans Color
Guard and Honor Guard; Boy
Scouts and Girl Scouts of Dade
County, American Legion Post 300
and Auxiliary; Senior Citizens of
West Miami and school units from
the area.
Twenty-four students from the
Greater Miami area were accepted
this week by Tel Aviv University
lor the coming academic year. Dr.
George S. Wise, university presi-
dent, announced.
At a special orientation with Dr.
I Yehuda Shragai, the university's
coordinator on the Overseas Stu-
dent Program, local students were
given their final travel instruc-
tions and matriculation informa-
, tion.
Most of the students will be
. studying at the Tel Aviv University
as part of its Freshman Year
I Project launched at the beginning
of this year.
Under the program an American
j high school graduate will pursue
regular freshman year studies at
the Tel Aviv University and will
1 return to the university of his
choice in America as a fully ac-
' credited sophomore, since Ameri-
This summer
an adult cabana club.
Sorry, you must be 18 years old
or over to enjoy the facilities
of a leased cabana at the Doral.
No exceptions, even for guests
of the lessee. Now to October 31
occupancy for up to six persons.
The rentals are $500, $575, $650.
Wm ON THE-OCEAN
Call Loretta White, Cabana Ortke, 532-3600
X
can universities will give recipro-
cal accreditation to courses stud-
ied at Tel Aviv University.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz. vice
president of the Academic Council
of Tel Aviv University, enrolled
the record number of students by
personal visitation to the various
high schools in the area where he
explained the program to educa-
tors and students alike. He indi-
cated that, in all probability, the
number next vear will be consider-
ably larger.
The present group from South
Florida will join with about 200
other American students from oth-
er cities and will leave for Israel
during the first week of July.
The Tel Aviv University year of
study is divided into two phases.
During the first four months, stu-
dents will be enrolled in an Ulpan
during which time they will be
taught basic Hebrew, sufficient to
understand conversation which
they can carry on with their fellow-
students at the Tel Aviv Univer-
sity. The second phase, the aca-
demic studies, will begin during
the month of October, and con-
tinue through June. 1969.
Most of the group from South
Florida are enrolling as Freshman
Ye.ir students. Among the excep-
tions is Albert Sadowsky. newly
graduated from the University of
Miami as a pre-medical student,
who will pursue his studies at Tel
Aviv University's Institute of Mu-
sic where, during the first year he
will master the Hebrew language
so that he can subsequently regis-
ter at Tel Aviv University Medical
School.
Thomas Seaton will be taking
his Senior year at Tel Aviv Univer-
sity and will return to Antioch
College for graduation.


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^pal of tfce Hebrt w Academy of
Greater Miami, and southeast re-
gional vice president of the Na
tional Conference of Yeshiva Prin-
cipals, will address the 19th annual
convention of the organization to
Be held thi* meekead in Green-
f^ld Park, N Y
Rabbi Gros* "!! report to the
convention on the progress at the
Day School movement in the
Southeast. He ill al>o participate
in a special session on "Day
School Enrollment Trends "
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a- a:::..:: of To rah Tmesorah
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People Cham;* Religions?' will be
'i:scused and debated in the find
four-part weekl> ^r;,s (mmj.
mem on Camou-. -ponsorec
Y5I YWHA of Greater Mum,
7:30 p.m Monday at the Y
Rabbi Robert Frazin. director
of the Southeast Region of \
t.onal Federation of Templt
Youth, will be the discussion lead-
er. Louis Schwartrman. executive
'lirector of the Bareau of rewia)
Education of Greater Mian ml
Ira Stetnmetz. program dir>- tor of
the Y. will moderate the
ion
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THE JEWISH NATIONAL FIND FAMILY
OF GREATER MIAMI
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Paqe 3-B
Golden Is Reelected By Beth Torah
JOSEPH GOLDEN
Anti-Semitism and Children
Is Y Topic on Sunday
v Semitlsm and the Young
Child' a ill be ilu' topic of a meet-
in i' i'ly sponsored by the YM
V\\li\ m| Greater Miami and the
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai
B it! 8 p.m. Sunday at the Y.
Disc i~sion leaders will be Ar-
thur Teitelbaum, ADI. Florida Re-
gional director, and Ed Luttig, a
member of the board of directors
of ilu Y.
Joseph Golden will be installed
as president of Beth Torah Con-
gregation in ceremonies Sunday.
June 2. at Shavuol services at
8:30 a.m.
Taking office with Mr. Golden
will be Milton llornstein. execu-
tive vice president: Julius Gordon,
religious vice president: Matthew
Bttinger, ways and means vice
president: llyman KatZ, member-
ship vice president; George Katz-
man, education vice president;
Judge Arthur Winton. youth vice
president; Neil Shteir. house vice
president: Seymour Rosen, treas-
urer: Benjamin Karp. financial
secretary; Mrs. Frank llornstein.
recording secretary; Mrs. Carl
Zwerner, corresponding secretary.
Members ol the board of trus-
tees include Samuel Fox. Max
I Breslow, Saul Schreiber, William
itone, Mrs. Stanley Stem. Nathan
' strov, Dave Mlsonznick, Dr Jack
, .Voile. Gene Schwartzberg, Na(
j ichwalb, Max Silver. Frank Burg.
Aaron Einleger, Irving Kuttler,
I Ray Bookman, Charles Schlak-
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Slates Israel Tribute
Sky Lake Synagogue will hold
special services to be followed by
a breakfast at 9 a.m. Sunday to
commemorate the first anniver-
sary of Israel's victory in the Six-
Day War and the reunification of
1 Jerusalem.
Cantor Abraham Seif of Kneseth
I Israel Congregation will chant the
liturgy.
Rabbi Jonah Caplan, spiritual
leader of Sky Lake Synagogue,
will deliver the message on "Jeru-
salemUnited Forever."
Final week campaign strategy in Florida's Democratic senatorial primary is mapped by (left to
right) Ted Sakowitz, Attorney General Earl Faircloth's campaign manager for Dade County; Attorney
General Faircloth, Dade's own candidate in the runoff Tuesday; and State Sen. Tom Spencer, cam-
paign chairman for Faircloth in Dade. Sakowitz, a pioneer Greater Miami Jewish community leader,
and Sen. Spencer reported "increasing sentiment for Earl Faircloth" throughout the state.
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Friday. May 24

~>. Peter IX-cracridoi^-Io*,
iean at facuitv snd c'tn-tiiunn
ac the Depcrtmem cf Phi-
.osociv -n rrrri^e^
_.
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Memorial Meeting For Israeli Heroes Slated By J.N.F.
V ..- i. r-.-i'.\r.z for lsrae ?
.a,ad mri~ oi last June s S*vDay
C be held by the Jewish
1 of Greater Miami
a: 8 ; Thiirsday. June ft. at the
_. HoL :*. Wtt an-
neaaced by Joseph Cohen, local
Bast the Six-Day War
a the live* of 896 Israelis with
mousands more wouxdec. Mr. Co-
nes said that the meeting would
pay tribute to toe fallen heroes
wbo?e supreme sacrifice :
with li'n acce.---
the n 'lies: rites row in Jew
ifl 2.CKAJ
'Las; June's historic achieve-
meet."' Mr .Cohen declared, -gave
state of Urael and its people
a Wtm feeling of confider.ee and
provided the opportunity for world
Jewry to demonstrate deep rooted
identification with the people of
Jsrael."
The meeti ""-
Baan '***
: B Spa ; *.
.;.., leader of Temple
Bead) u I Babbi Mayer
Abramowi'z. >'. Temple Ml-r.orah
Miami Beach May t>i Jas Dermer
will greet the gathering on behalf
of the city and Cantor .Saul Breeh
and Shmuel F'-rshko will be in
charge oJ the musical portion of
:oe program.
Temple Sinai To Install Officers Friday Evening
sxr ""_'. ~dz:ess a y^int
eeti" o: "_ie Brrr.^eis U
:?rs rv Me-s ar.z Voraer.'s
rhibs H G:-~e: Mi=n; 3^ 8
: M::d:v -he Ak
Hotd -? t-:- wif '- = =-:-
Dr Stanford B Coot* wul be
formally installed for the coming
year as president of Temple Sinai
at North Dade at 8:15 p.m. serv-
ices Friday at the North Miami
Beach Civic Center Auditor
17017 NE 19th Ave.. North Miami
Beach.
Other officers to be installed
with Dr Cooke are Sam Bioom.
5a- Lubell. Norman Klein and
Irwin Suskin. vice president-: Hy
Bournstein. financial secretary:
Ralph Hollander, corresponding
aacntary; Maurice Suift. treasur-
er and Ann Kaufman, recording
secretary
Sisterhood officers include Mn
Maorice Tob^ck. preaidenl
Alan (Told and Mn Edward '
e president Mrs Eat
Borrok. treasurer: Mrs William
Robert f.na-.cial secretary Mr-
Minna Opper.heim. recording sec-
retary Mrs. Laurence Miller, cor-
responding secretary and Mrs Da-
vid Crowell. parl.amentanan.
Brotherhood officer- arc Lloyd
B Jaye. president: Abe Frank and
ea, rice | *nd
Da eas i
Knopke Reelertutl
By Beth Shalom
Brotherhood
J a rr
Turd Unit preside:!' Brotherhood of Teatf
lorn this +--.
Other ofl
elected to
with Mr K- ,
ke include Jack
Shapiro, h
ar>
Joseph i
president
Aaron Farr.
Harold Gra
Sidney R
Martin Steir.er.
John Berman
and Walter I
o>itr. vice : -. ..
identl Prank Hepp-. honorarv .
L'nger. treas in
Stanton Halpert recording secre-
tary and Irwin Teplis. corre-p
ecretarj.
James (Mpt*
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iLSW.
oman s
"World
Mrs. Weitzner Is
Mew President Of
Jewish Floridian Park!nson **
rridcv, Mav 2 Pea- -
Mrs, Ettinger Is
Vetv Head Of
R.T. Sisterhood
Mrs Matthew Ettingrr was in-
lalleri this week as the new n.o-i-
lent of tie Mo'lie Kabaner SWer
iood of Beth Torah Congregation,
North Miami B-aeh. She succeed-
ed Mrs. George Goodman, who
served two years in the post.
Taking office with Mrs Ettinger
vere Mr<. Edwin Alter, ways and
leans iffce president; Mrs. R y
Vfarbin, membership vice presi-
ent: Mrs. Nathan Glazier, vice
resident at large; Mrs. Jo-eph
-c-opp. CEAC vice president: Mrs.
Nat Seisser. youth vice president:
Mrs. Ben Z.on Kirschenbaum. c:r-
esponding secretary: Mrs. Mart 1
Walfish. recording secretary: Mr
William Beck, financial secretary.
Mrs. Ernie Herman, social secre
ary and Mrs. Martin En^ler.
reasurer.
Women's Unit
Of AJCongress
To Install Slate
Mrs. Irving B. Kanlan will be
nstalled for a second term as
president, Florida Women's Divi-
sion. American Jewish Congress,
at a 11:30 a.m. bruncheon Wednes :
day at the Algiers Hote'.
Rabbi Leon Kronish. national
vice president and president of the
South Florida Council. American
Jewish Congress, will install the j
officers and board members of the '
Florida Women's Division and the
newly chartered Herri Chapter.
Mar-Len Chapter and Point East
Chapter.
Mrs. Georoe Goodman, presi-
dent of 3 fi Torah's Mol'ie
Kahnrter S^terhood. turns
over t'ip envoi to her sucrss-
srt. Mrs. M-tth-w Ettina=r,
..V.,-----,. ...... 11^ .v.;. ,e,l,
Ariuth Yeshurun Sels
Sisterhood Installation
Mrs. Harry I. Cohen will be in-
italled s president of the Sister-
;ood of Temple Adath Yeshurun.
Orth Miami Beach, during serv-
;ces at 8:15 p.m. Friday. Ra'obi
rlilton Schlinsky will off-ciate.
Other officers to be installed in-
-lude Mrs, Kenneth Calmemon.
Mrs. Morris Cohen. Mrs. Ben Falk
and Mrs. Murray Skup. vice presi-
Ients; Mrs. Morris Rat:, recording
secretary: Mrs. Erwin Herman,
rorresponding secretary: Mrs. Da-
vid Levine, treasurer; Mrs Stanley
Golden, parliamentarian.
\. v ( lected ofiicers of the
Florida Women's Division of the
Nat o ;.! Parkinson Foundation
were installed this week by Miami
B :i. h Mayor Jay Dermer
Mr. Je- '- >-.... f. ,nder 0f
;'" y undation and chairman of
ttonal board ol directors, was
princHal speaker a: the in-
stallation.
Mrs. J. H. We'trner tonk over as
new presid nt of the Women's Di-
-"M. succeeding Mrs Murray
Frey.
Oth new officer- installed were
Mrs. Louis Glick.nan. vice presi-
dent and ways and means chair-
man: Mrs. Joseph Schwartz, vice
president and donor chairman;
Miss Sylvia Ross, vice president
and program and publicity chair-
man: Mrs. Murray Smith, vice
president and membership chair-
man; Mr. Ira Robinson, vice pres-
ident and life membership chair-
man.
Mrs. Harry Myers, financial sec-
retary; Mrs. Hilary Coleman, re-
cording secretary: Miss Paul Har-
ris, treasurer; Mrs. Nat Fineman,
corresponding secretary; Mrs. Al-
; bert E. Gill, social secretary: Mrs.
Frey. chaiplain: Mrs. Irving Katz,
guide, and Mrs. Helene Stern, par-
liamentarian.
Entertainment for the afternoon
rill be provided by Michael Loren.
ilk singer.
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TO
VOTE
: Tuesday, May 28 j
'Snowmobile' Opera
Set For Thursday
Ifetropol'tan Dade County's first
"Showmobile ODera." nostwined
las) Monday because of inclement
weather, lias been rescheduled for
Memorial Day. Thursday. May 30.
it Olinda Paik. NW 22nd Ave. and
31st Ter., starting at 7:45 p.m.
Scene; from Die Fledermaus
The Batt. Johann Strauss' oper-
etta, will be presented by the
Opera Guild of Greater Miami in
cooperation with Mayor Chuck
Hall and the Dade County Park
r.'d Recreat'on Department.
A mobile sta"e unit will be
used for t!ie program, which is
""en to the public free of charce.
Emmo Lazarus Installation
Mrs. Ruth Barson will be in-
tailed 3i the new president of
'he Emma Lazarus Business and
Professional Chapter. B'nai B'ritfa
Women, at 11 a.m. Sunday brunch
at the Biscayne Terrace Hotel.
Mrs. Joseph Morgan, president of
he Broward North Dade B'nai
B'rith Women's Council, will be
the Installing officer. Chairmen of
'he event are Edith Simmons and
Mrs. Henry Steinhauscr.
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at the 30th anniversary dinner meeting on the occasion of
her retirement. Shown with Mrs. Falick is Mrs. Sol Goic-
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vJenist fkrkU&n
Friday. May 24 .368
Mrs. Formaii Is
Given Award By
m
Or (Mom Ladies
Mrs. Max Forroan km cited
a <5itr ..< Hie Year at a re-
cent annual do-
B( neon ol
To m p 1 e Or
Olom
.
pie Or
- chi rman,
. ;air-
Mrs. Mi Ff*M on per-
-.an.
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st year*. She sei
t\. Zionist Or-
\ ca in Miami
_ gional
- '..-
etiv in l
Or 01
Sister ".

of this VIrs. Wil
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Israelite Center Sisterhood
Stein S
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... ntitled : Ia| pen -
Sirkus
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MRS. AlltN ABILSON
Lorber Unit Installs
Mrs, A. Abelson
Mi \ len Abelson Hill take the
holm of the Lorber Chapter. Chil-
dren's Asthma Research Institute
and Hospital at a lui
' the Florida
: '.. .. Springs Villas
Mrs. Anna 1 N> will bo
11 r
kith Mrs
,i i. Julius Seid
Mrs S Harris Mrs Sol
'.
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Mrs
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and Mrs. Stui
- '.'.: Vale M isk, treasur-
Gerald Stein, auditor
Highlig it I the afternoon will
o a --.;.. H. : C imes the Ju
by Mrs Anshel Rackoft and Mrs
John Green, which will he per-
onncd b> outgoing officers.
Lorber Chapter has given -0
yean of service to the Children's
Asthma Research Institute and
Hospital, the only institute of its
Kind devoted to intractable asth-
matics, and research of allied al
lergic diseases.
Hebrew Academy
Girls High School
To Graduate Eight
The second annual graduation of
the Olga and Margaret Weishaus
High School for (iirls of the He-
brew Academy of Greater Miami
will be held Wednesday, June 5.
at the school's Ida Appel Audi-
torium
This year's graduates will be
Esther Malca Babouri. Gila Ber-
jer, Esther Enid Hora. Marlene
Susan Krovetz, Shelley Esther
Landesman, Melinda Joan Phillips.
Susan Joyce Ro'.h and Diane Ruth
Salt 7
Seven of the graduates will re-
ceive a Junior Teacher's Certifi-
cate, which represents a year of
courses in Teachers training. The
courses arc supervised by Z\i Ber-
ber, associate director of the Bu-
reau ot Jewish Education, and
educational consultant to the He
, .v Academy.
Accrediti State!
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Rabbi Bernard Goldenberg, di-
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Friday. May 24. 1968
*Je*isMcridliaiti
Page 7-B
J)r. Haimiirarcl Is
Winner In Miami
iUAi Tournament
Rabbi Herbert Baum^ard of
Temple Beth Am captured the
Third Fli|?ht championship in a
sudden death play-off in the Great-
er Miami Clergymen's Golf Tourna-
nu-ni lasl week.
Dr. Baumgard
had been dead-
locked at 197
strokes with the
Rev. W. B. Ca-
sey of West i
Flankr Baptisl
C h u rch a nd
Father Xavier
Mori as. Sacred :
Heart Catholic
Church. Home- i
stead, after the
regulation 36
holes, played at
Or. Boomgard the City of Mi-
ami's LeJeune Course.
The noted rabbi dropped a one-
foo: putt for a par on the tirst hole
for his win. after reaching the
green in regulation and missing a
20 footer for a birdie.
The clergymen's event, in its
fourth year, attracted 91 entries
from six South Florida counties,
..in! Irom as far away as Atlanta,
(la and Memphis. Term. The tour-
nej is sponsored by the City of
Miami, and played each year at
the city's LeJeune Course
Jim lea Sisterhood Installs Officers
Mrs.
stalled
Richard
rcentlv
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Mrs. R. Norwich
Y High School
Events Scheduled
For Next Week
Two special programs for junior
high sc'.ool an.l >enior high school
student! will be held bv the YM
YWHA of Greater Miami this com.
ing week at the Y. 8500 S\V 8th St.
The second annual Junior Hiyh
Conclave will take place Sunday
ai 1 p.m. The theme of the pro-
pram will be The In-Be-Tween
Years." At that time parents and
their Junior High sons and daugh-
ters will participate in round table
discussion on subjects concerning
i heir present problems and future
involvements. Dr. Joel Heyman
will be the coordinator of the
i vent.
The Senior Wish Annual Awards
Breakfast will be held Thursday.
May 30. from 10 am to noon at
I i>' Y. Coordinator for this event
v ill be Marvin Sieijel.
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Ilorv. ich was in
for 'ici second
term as presi-
dent of the
t ittipla .ludoa,
Sisterhood.
She has been
active in tem-
ple and commu-
nity affairs lor
the la si is years
and she and her
husband recent-
ly were honored
by the temple
as the Couple ol
the Year
Kichard Horuich. the installing I
officer, also inducted Mrs, Julius I
Bearman, executive vice president;
Mrs Leon Henry. Mrs. Charles So-
kol, Mrs. Harold Jaffer and Mrs.
Fred August, vlca presidents: Mrs.
Eugene Komrad. recording secre-
tary: Mrs. Sol Schreiber, financial
secretary; Mrs. Fred witkoff. cor-
responding secretary: Mrs. Ber-
nard Yesner, treasurer: Mrs. Al-
HubinoH Named
By Maccabiah
Ed Rubinoff has been appointed
tournament director of tennis for
the state of Florida by Isadore
Wasserman. regional director of
the United States Maccabiah
(lames Committee. Mr. Rubinoff
Will also develop a fund-raising
program to insure strong repre-
sentation in the Eighth World Mac-
cabiah (lames to be held July 21-
30. 1969 in Israel
Mr. Rubinoff is associated with
the law firm of Preddy. Harldad.
Kutner and Hardy. While attend-
ing Miami Beach High School he
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Friday. May 24. 1363

iVei Kabl
mis. ivan turn AM
Kathy A. Serbia
Is Married To
Ivan D. Herman
Mr. jnd Mrs Ivan Donald Ber-
man are off to a honeymoon in
N.i>sau after their wedding Sunday.
May 19. in the chapel of Temple
Btth Sliolom, Miami Beach, where
R. ?bi Leon Kronlah officiated.
"Tie bride is the former Kathy
Asa Serbin, daughter jf Mr. and
Mr-. Lewis Irwta Serbin. 500 West
DiLido Dr.. Miami Beach.
The new Mrs. Berman is a grad-
ual of Miami Beach Senior High
Sciool and of the University of
Miami as a speech therapist. She
wt ~ a member of Sigma Delta Tau
Srrority.
Mr. Berman. the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ephriam Berman of Atlanta.
Ga is a graduate of Grady High
:k..ool and Massey Junior College
i= Atlanta.
Linda Rokeach was maid of
honor at the ceremony and the
.. .-om s father. Ephriam Berman.
;7ved as best man.
TTie couple will take up resi-
;t.-.ce in Fayetteville, Tenn.
July Nuptials For
Barbara Nadler.
Howard Goren
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Nadler
announce the engagement of their
daughter. Barbara Lynne. to How-
ard Jay Goren. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Goren of Miami.
Tin' future bride is the grand-
daughter of Mrs. Rose Lobel and
the late Solomon Lobel. who was
one of the founders of the Hebrew
Academy of Greater Miami and
Beth Israel Synagogue.
Mis* Nadler. who graduated
from Miami Beach High School
and the University of Miami, is a
member of the English faculty of
the Hebrew Academy.
The future bridegroom gradu-
ated from Miami Senior High
School and is attending the Uni-
versity of Miami.
The couple plans to be married
on July 7.
Wm. Oppenheims
Are Married At
Randolph A.F.B.
It was a military wedding in
the chapel of Randolph Air Force
Base. Tex., on Saturday. May 18.
for Mr. and Mrs. William A. Op-
penheim.
The bride is the former Barbara
Jean Graver, daughter of Mayor
and Mrs. Earl G. Graver of Uni-
versal City. Tex.
An Airman First Class at Ran-
dolph A.F.B.. William is the son
of ?.linna B. Oppenheim of North
Miami Beach, and the late Louis
R. Oppenheim.
Regency Club Party
The Regency Club, a Miami
rr.ich singles group, will hold a
cocktail party and dance at 9 p.m.
Friday. May 31. in the Cotillion
pjcom of the Eden Roc Hotel.
Lebediker Farband
The name of the entertainment
chairman of the Lebediker Far-
band Branch was erroneously
printed as Oscar Tetenbaum in the
issue of May 17th. Mr. Oscar Sha-
piro fills that position for the
Branch, which is planning a cele-
bration in honor of Joseph P.
Zuckerman on May 25. on the oc-
casion of his leaving for Jerusalem
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Suzanne Ptdlot
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Mrs. Charles B. Wigderson. 6015
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announce the engagement of their
daughter, Suzanne Pallot. to Arvin
Peltz. son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Peltz of Milwaukee. Wis.
Suzanne is a student at the Uni-
versity of Wisconsin, and plans a
career in social work. Arvin at-
tends the university as a law stu-
dent.
The wedding is planned for this
summer. The young couple visited
Miami Beach during spring vaca-
tion, at which time Suzanne intro-
duced Arvin to family and friends.
Miss Kligerman
Is Fiancee Of
Michael Beigel
Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Kligerman,
527 Savona Ave.. Coral Gables, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Willa Sue. to Michael
Lee Beigel.
The bride-to-be graduated from
Coral Gables Senior High School
and is attending Boston Univer-
sity.
Her fiance is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jerome Beigel. 7734 Haw
thorne Ave.. Miami Beach He is
a graduate of Miami Beach Senior
High School and is currently at
tending the Massachusetts Insti-
tute of Technology, where he is a
member of Tau Fpsilon Phi Fra-
ternity. He will graduate next
June with a double decree in Elec-
trical Engineering and Humani-
ties.
The couple is planning to marry
in July.
Neivbergers To
Mark Fiftieth
Mr. and Mrs. Max S. Ncwberger
will celebrate their 50th wedding
anniversary on Saturdav at Beth
Kodesh Congregation, where they
will be honored by Rabbi Max Sha-
piro. Sam Schulwolf. president of
the congregation, and Sisterhood
pre-ident Mrs. Jack Stone.
A Kiddush will be held in their
honor following the services.
MISS MARSHA TANNIN
Marsh ft T aim en
Is Engaged To
Charles Dolsak
Mr and Mrs. Harold Tarnv
announce the engagement i i
'laughter. Marsha rrfcon, t>
Charles Will;am Dolsak. son of Mr
md Mrs. Edward Dolsak of Mac
Donald. Ohio.
Marsha, who attended Southwes'
I Senior High School. \v:II jradl .'
I from Oberlin College in June
Mr. Dolsak is also a student -.
Oberlin.
The couple v. ill be married 01
June 12 at the home of the parents
if the bride-elect.
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MS. / VD MRS. ARTHUR SUCH
Srigels Mark
Golden Wedding
Mr an Mrs. Arthur J. Seigel,
29-J5 Wes: Dr.. Miami Beach, will
mark tbt..- 50th wedding anniver-
sary on Sunday.
In ad( on to local celebrations
if the event, the Seigels will be
feted b> Their daughter and son-in-
law, Mr and Mrs. Leonard Sharpc.
it their I im( in Pittsburgh. Pa.
It's 50 Years
For Schultzes
Mr. and Mrs. Israel Schultz. 2814 !
Collins Ave., will celebrate their !
50th wedding anniversary Satur
day.
There will be a dinner party in
the Bon Vivant Room of the Fon-
tainebieau Hotel with 60 friends
and relatives from the area and
from out of town, followed by a
gathering of the group at Harbor
Lounge.
The Schultzes. who were mar-
ried in New York, have three
daughters who are Miami Reach
residents Mrs. Herbert Login,
Mrs. Herbert Scott Young and
Mrs. David Krevat.
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Mrs. Adler To
Head PTA Of
Hebrew Academy
Mrs. Leonard Adler will be in-
stilled ;.- the new president of the
Parent-Teacher Association of He-
brew Academy of Greater Miami
It 8 p.n Tuesday in the Academy
ludftor; ni. She succeeds Mrs.
Harry F.rsenberg.
Other officers who will be for-
mally inducted include Mrs. Jacob
Rower, Mrs. Simon Simkovic. Mrs.
Morris WaMman and Mrs. Gerald
Grecnlx-sf, vice presidents: Mrs.
lr*n Ltchowitz. recording secre-
responding secretary: Mrs. Gilbert
Green, social secretary: Mrs. Sam
Roiner, treasurer; Mrs. Jack
Oreenfrer^. waft and means; and
Mm Harry Kosetiberg and Mrs.
He#el Wtin, program chairmen.
Mrs Eugene Labovitz is chair-
man of the nomirating committee.
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Most of the crack greyhounds in
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Miami's pioneer track to battle for
the more than $800,000 which will
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Some of the highlights of the
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installed terraced table seating. A
new stand-up Players Bar has been
built near the Coral Terrace Res-
taurant, famous for its gourmet
dining. The Cafe Caribe offers food
at moderate prices on the main
floor.
Estelle Hoberraan Exhibit
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Federal Savings and Loan Assn.,
9564 Harding Ave., Surfsidc. The
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"Oh. my man, I love him so he'll never
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38 years that we were married did he tail to tell
me he loved me. Not once in all of those years
coining home from a party did he fail to tell me
that I was the prettiest, the smartest, the best
dressed woman there. 1 always read my column
to him and he would laugh and say it was the
greatest So don't (eel sorry for me. I have had
something that only a few women have had.
Somewhere he is waiting for me. reading my
column and saying, "That's the best one yet.
Frances."
A LITTLE LATE,
BUT WAS YOU THERE, CHARLIE?
The Louis Philipe Room at the Fontaine-
bleau was "in the pink'' when Mrs. Edward
Cowen entertained at a luncheon honoring her
daughter*tO-be Dianne Selditch. who will wed
Richard Cowen on June 23.
The long U-shaped table was done in pink
and white lace with cherubs filled with pink
carnations and baby's breath. Miniature doves,
hearts and cupids were scattered between the
flowers. Brandied fruit champagne served from
a huge bowl started the luncheon and rolling
carts of French pastries and fancy fruit flown
in from California topped off the delighttul repast.
Among the guests were Mrs. Samuel Gertner,
Mrs. Stewart Eben, Mrs. Nathan Gumenick, Mrs
Albert Barmack, Mrs. Maurice Seidling, Mrs.
Moe Star, Mrs. Louis Bielor, Mrs. Edward
Glickstein, Mrs. Alexander Libow, Mrs. Lester
Hart. Mrs. Robert Hart, Mrs. Yale Levinson.
Mrs. Maury Kern, Mrs. Abe Fine, Mrs. Max
Kesselman, Mrs. Jack Greenberg. Mrs. Daniel
Kushner, Mrs. Arnold Seeder. Mrs. Ben Hartley,
Mrs. Maurice Koven. Mrs. Phil Schatz and, of
course, Mrs. Nathan F. Selditch. mother of the
bride-to-be
The phone lines were kept busy that night
when Richard's girl and Richard's mother called
him at school in Gainesville to tell him all about
the party.
SHE'S HOME ALREADY
A card from Paris came, saying. "Bon Jour.
J'ai perdue, blank, coeur a Paris."
I figured that one out myself. It came from
Del Rubin and she likes Pa;is. Her son. Hailan.
who is a professor there, gave her the red carpet
treatment. She will ne\er be the same. She
wrote that she has already collected beaucoup
de recipes. Her hu-band. Raymond, fortunately
likes all of the exotic things that she makes.
NO PETS ALLOWED
That's what the sign says on the door at the
North Shore Branch ot the Miami Beach Public
Library. But they'll let one little pet in that
everyone w ill want to see.
When Esta (Mrs. AI) Bialos left her job in
the library to have her baby, all of the library
patrons kept besieging librarian Marilyn Malter
for news. She began to say automatically, "No
baby, yet" the minute anyone looked at her.
Finally the great day came. Marilyn put up
a pink streamer and sign, "Jennifer Bialos, 6
pounds."
They say that Jennifer looks just like her
daddy, who is a teacher at Ida M. Fisher. How
in the world can it be possible to tell that a six-
pound baby is tall and thin? Grandparents are
Mrs. Rose Woloson and Mr. and Mrs. Al Bialos.
Frances Ithmoa
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pool, natural beauty pond for fin !
and feathered friends. Over $300 |
monthly income from 3 other 2*
bedroom 1 bath homes. 10 acres j
completely fenced *53.O0O. Call '
Lydia Vihlem Knox 238-5948 I
Associate of i
VELMA S. GRAY, REALTOR j
Phone 247-0857 |
257 N. Kronie Ave. Homestead |
ONE ACRE
TOWN AND RANCH AREA
ON TROPICAL WAV
(S.W. 60th Ct.)
Near Rolling Road Drive
Phone 448-2588 or 443-0966
OR WRITE OWNER ...
MRS. D. B. GRINES
2958 BIRO AVENUE
SPACIOUS
1'' Acres to roam and play. Close
to Palmetto Schools, lovely 3 Bed-
room, 2 Bath Pool home. Spacious
patio. 2 Car Garage on salt
$32,000. Cull Helen Chiviagton.
JERRY D. STARR, Realtor
10535 S. Dixie Highway
Phone 665 1161
CORAL GABLES HOME
GARDENER'S DELIGHT
ATTRACTIVE
Central air cond. 3 bedroom. 21 2
bath, near golf, tennis Fenced.
Fully sprinklerod carden, pool,
dance patio.
$10,000 DOWN
OWNER 443-4677
CORAL WAY
COMMERCIAL LOT
Frontage of 100 feet and Total ol
18,700 sq. feet, priced at only $2.33
per sq. ft. East of 2960 Coral Way.
Call John Shea. 665-4974.
J. Allen Brown, Realtor
Phono: 446-7616
HIGH PINE
3.5 ACRES
Located East of U.S. 1. and only 3
minute* from Cutler Ridge shop-
ping Center: Total price only (11.000
with $3,000 cash and balance $100
month!!!
MERRILL, EASTERLIN
Realtor
So. Miami Federal Building
Sumland Shopping Center
Phone: 233-0231
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Jack Thomas Inc. Realtors
379-1631
LOVELY LARGE HOME
Situated on 4 Acres, 12 miles East
of Asheville, N.C., Route 70. 1ft
floor finished in wormy chestnut.
2nd floor notty white pine, 3rd
floor used as studio. Panoramic
view of Blue Ridge Mountains, to
settle estate. 751-8756.
LOCAL OWNER
MRS. D. ROEDEl
22 N.W. 105 Street, Miami
SOUTH MIAMI
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NEW ON MARKET
7301 S.W. 136th Street
Spacious home for large family. 4
bedroom, 2 bath, pool, patio, eat-in
kitchen, family room with built-in
bar. 2 car side entrance garage.
Walk to Houard Elementary and
Palmetto schools. All the extras
$37,500. Call owner 235 1140.
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Miami. Florida
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1801 Fairhaven Place I
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I
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Phone 377-4531
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nation's most progressive and fast
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an ombitious man an opportunity
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You will be your own boss. As your
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For complete details call Jerry
Morey 445-3591.
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LEIA B. REED, Realtor
575 N.E. 125th Street
North Miami, Florida
Phone 751-1688
COIN LAUNDRY
ma vt M : distributor offi i
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-II oervlre laMllldrieavX. Minn
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bUnlneM July. $13,...... C'ush .
required
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54 N.E 181 Street. Miami
"hone 624-3655
NOW
20,000 SQ. FT.
2,100 FT. OFFICE
Brand new ready to move in. 18'
ceiling, choice corner, Dade's best
location.
Industrial Sites
Sale lease or Build
MIAMI DADE INDUSTRIAL PARK Inc.
4450 N.W. 135 St.
685 5191
FOR SALE
200 ACRES ON
HOLLYWOOD BOULEVARD
8o LEASE BACK
FOR FIVE YEARS
Wl 5-5932
Glades Rock Corporation
12u NET
PLUS AMORTIZATION
$100,000 CASH
MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL BUILDING
Prestige Area fully Leased
HOWARD KOWIT at 3772029
GEORGE A. SIMON
Realtor
1177 BRICKEU AVE.
MONEY WANTED
$25,000 2nd 10"", $400 month Oi
beautiful 30 unit apt house
$12,500 1st 10<", on 3 Bedroom CBS
home, fenced, awnings, sprinkler 2
blocks from large shopping center
$14,500 2nd 10"c 3 years on oft ce
building. Cost $40,000. balance Ol
1st mortgage $9,000.
$2500, 10", 2nd $64 Mo on beaut 'u'
home Loaded with equity.
$45,000 1st H>%, $570 Mo. Dow-
town income property.
CALL MEL HABER 37-> I
Guardian Mtg. 119 E Flagier
GOLDEN HILLS
TURF & COUNTRY
CLUB
Very Large Corner Lots.
Near Club House $8500
Near Polo Fields $8000
CALL tUIN PRICE
(After 5:30 p.m.)
681-5859
HUNTING AND FISHING LODGE
LOCATION AND VALUE CANNOT BE DUPLICATED
Ideal for Corporation, Private Club, active business. Potential unlimited.
Completely equipped Motel, Apartments, large boat house, trailer pork,
camp sites. 10 acres, beautiful land for exoansion. Recent appraised
value $95,000. Priced to sell for only $87,000. Attractive terms to qualified
buyer, for Information.
P. R. GREENWOOD
899 Lobe Drive, Miami Springs, florUa
Phone Miami Area SM-113S Saraseta Area 955 3040


Friday. May 24. 1968
ft+ |#> frrdHhtn
Paqe ll-B
1
Kadimah Chapter,
Pioneer Women
Mrs. Lillian Cohen will bo in
stalled for her second term as
president of thr k 7'ioni'or Women, Wednesday eve-
ning at Sambo's Restaurant, Mir-
acle Mile. Coral Cables. Mrs. Leo
iloldman will be installing officer,
"Taking Office With Mrs, Cohen
will be Mrs William Sokolof, vice
resident; Mis .lacob Weiss, treas.
irer; Mrs. Els.i Kreutzer. financial
secretary; .Mrs. Ceil Segal, record-
llg secretary: Mrs. Henrietta Speir.
Orresponding secretary and Mrs.
eah Friedaon, Moetzct Hapoalot.
Musical portion of the evening
will be presented by Mrs. Hersch
Berntan.
Mrs. Fred Sandier, installation
hairman. is in charge of reserva-
ions,
Sophie Tucker Unit
Installs New Slate
Mrs Martin llarnick has been
installed as president of the Sophie
Tucker Croup of ll.idas-ah of
Coastal Towers, she succeeds Mrs.
Edward Rothstein. Mrs. Florence
Bard, a past president of the
Miami Beach chapter of Hadaaaah
and an original sponsor of the
Sophie Tucker Croup, was the in-
stalling officer.
Other officers installed were
Mrs. Rose Sobel and Mrs. Morris
: Margolin, vice presidents: Mrs.
Samuel Lcftofi and Mrs. Syd
Schwartz, fund raising and donor
I chairmen: Mrs. Loon Plainer, cor
responding secretary; Mrs Moses
Sfcolnick, treasurer: Mrs. Edward
Rothstein. financial secretary: and
Mrs. Robert Levin. parliamen-
! tarian.
ocT"'EFN 20.IMM) and 30.000
Jews are estimated to have settled
18 ll to 1880.
the period before the First Aliyah.
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Fridav, May 24 1959
Matt Blum
Mart Paryi. -on ol Mr and Mrs
Michael Blum. 1111 V 4:h Ave .
ivwood. will ceiebrste bia Bar
M.izvah ilurnu services at Temple
Beth Shaljm. Hollywood, on .-..
jrday, May 25. Rabbi Morton Ma-
. vsky will officiate.
Matt, who is a seventh grade
at Olson Junior High
School. i> j membei of the Na-
tional Junior Honor Societj and is
on the school track and tennis
ca:ns.
A reception in Mat-'.- honor will
i held Sunday evening at the Se-
ttle Hotel.
Man's grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Blum, of Miami Beach.
fill attend. Amon? the out of town
guests expected, all from Chicago,
: his aunt. Thelma Tash. and her
children, Sharron and Eli-e. and
Iris aunt. Gen White, and her chil-
dren. Dana and Andrea.
Anita Alter
Anita, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Edwin Alter, of North Miami
Beach, will observe her Bas Mitz-
vah Friday evening. May 24. at
Beth Torah Synagogue.
Anita is in the seventh grade
st John F. Kennedy Junior High
School, and a member of the
Torah class at Harold Wolk Re-
.igious School. She will enter the
Jonfirmation class of 1969.
*
Barry Brimanson
Barry Robert, son of Mr. and
Mrs Nat Briman-or.. will become
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. May 25.
: Beth Moshe Congregation.
Barry will conduct the tradi-
tional service and chant the Haf-
arah.
An Oneg Shabba; Friday eve-
Hrat\ Schniodoski Sttytn Stupp
ling and a Kiddush on Saturday in
3arry"s honor will be sponsored by
n:s parents in Popiel Social Hall,
"ollowing the services.
A -:urient of the Beth Mo-he
teligioas School. Barry i> a sev-
I ,rade student at Westview
jr High School.
Amcrig the relat:\v? ce'.ebra'/ig
:he occasion will be his grand-
.ather. Nathan Abraham of Miami,
and hi< cousin. Mitchell Lombard.
'. Mousey, NY., who attends Mi-
ami Military Academy
Barry's brother Jeffrey is serv-
ng in the Navy in Iceland.
*
Owen Band
Owen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alan
3and. will observe his Bar Mitzvah
Saturday morning. May 25, at
Beth Torah Synagogue.
Owen is in the fifth year in the
Harold Wolk Religious School and
will become a member of the Con-
firmation class of 1969
*
Defer. Fredwl
Debra. daughter of Mrs Ade'.e
?redel of Treasure Isle. Miami
Beach, will become Bas Mitzvah
at Temple Menorah Friday eve-
: ing. May 24.
Debra is a student of the Re-
'.:- School and attends Nauti-
li- Junior High School, when
- the tlute in the concert band.
A supper dance will be held
May 26. to honor the cele-
brant
*
Scott Furman
Scott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan-
iel Forman. of North Miami Beach,
will obser\e his Bar Mitzvah Sat-
urday morning. May 25. at Beth
Torah Synagogue.
Scott is a student in the Mitzvah
class of the Harold Wolk Religious
School and will become a member
of the Confirmation class of 1969.

Barry Goldberg
Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Samuel Goldberg, will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday. May 25. at
Temple Emanu-El.
Barry is on the football and
baseball teams in school and has
won achievement awards for run-
ning the 50 and 220-yard dash in
the Junior Olympics.
The celebrant will be honored at
a reception Saturday at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel.
Mrs. M. Fichenholtz. Mrs. G.
Chason and J. Goldberg. Barry's
grandparents, will attend the
event.
* *
Aubrey J after
Aubrey G.. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Harold G. Jaffer. will become Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Judea. Coral
Gables Saturday morning. May 25,
at 11:15.
Aubrey is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Shenandoah Junior High
School, where he plays trumpet in
the school concert band. He will
graduate from Temple Judea He-
brew School in early June, and
will continue his religious educa-
tion to Confirmation.
His maternal grandmother. Mrs.
. Straus Alexander, of Rich-
mond. Va.. will be here to help
Aubrey celebrate, and his parents
will host a luncheon at toe temple
in his honor.
*.
Richard Levy
Richard Adam, son of Mr. and
Mrs Irvil : Levy, will become Bar
Mitzvah at the Mincha service on
Saturday. May 25. a: Temple
Emanu-El.
Richard attends Nautilus Junior
High School w here he is in the
sevei le, and is on the Honor
Roll He attended Alexander Gra-
ham Bell School in New York City
- was in a special class for
gifted children.
Th< celebrant will be honored
at a luncheon Sunday at the Al-
. I rs Hotel.
Mrs Fanny Levy and Mr. and
Mrs. Sol Schneider. Richard's
grandparents, will attend the event.
Eli* Maya
On Saturday. May 25. at 8:45
a.m.. Elias. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Roberto Maya. 3735 W. 6th Ln..
Hialeah. will become Bar Mitzvah
at Temple Tifereth Jacob.
Elias will conduct the Sabbath
' morning service in iu entirely and
deliver a lecture explaining the
meaning of the Torah portion for
I this service.
Elias. a seventh grade student at
, Henry Filer School, is a member
of the percussion band, in which
he plays drums.
A reception will be held in the
social hall following the ceremony.
Out of town guests will include
paternal grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs Ysaac Maya of New York.
MATT DARYL BLUM
Eric Michaelson
On Saturday. May 25. at 7 p.m..
Eric Joel Michaelson. son of Mr.
and Mrs. Jerome Michaelson. 685
84th St.. Miami Beach, will be Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Ner Tavnid.
Eric is a student of Temple Ner
Tamid Religious School and at-
tends Nautilus Junior High School.
where he is a member of the
Science Ch'b and participates in
the school band.
A reception at the Surfside Com-
munity Center in the evening will
bf held in honor of the celebrant.
Eric's grandmother. Mrs. Fannie
Michaelson. Miami Beach, and his
godfather. Morris Chanin. of New
York, will be present.
*
Barry Press
Barry-, son of Mr. and Mrs. Her-
man Press, will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah at the 11 a.m. services of
Temple Sinai of North Dade at the
Washington Federal Auditorium.
699 NE 167th St.. North Miami
Beach, on Saturday. May 25.
Barry' is in the eighth grade at
Thomas Jefferson Junior High
School, where he is in the Inter-
mediate Band, and attends Temple
Sinai Religious School, where is a
member of the B'nai Mitzvah
group
Among the relatives in attend-
ance at Barry'' Bar Mitzvah will
be his sister, Mrs Michael Schles-
inger. of Birkenfeld. Germany: Mr.
and Mrs. Sydney Press of Atlantic
City, N.J.. and Mr. and Mrs Irving
Packer, of Haddonfield. N.J.
Daniel Schwartz
Daniel, son of Mr. and Mrs
Howard Schwartz will observe his
Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning.
May 25. at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion.
Daniel is a student at John F.
Kennedy Junior H:^h School and
will become a member of the Con-
firmation c!a.-< of 1969.
A reception ... his honor will be
'ieiJ a: hie #almoral Hotel on
Sunday. May 26

Israel Schniadeski
Isra^i >on : Mr. and Mrs. Julo
Schniadoski. 7805 Crespi Blvd.
Miami ftjeach. will become Bar
Mitzvah a: Temple Menorah Satur-
iay n '1 did :. May 25.
I-r.iel attendee Temple Menorah
Religion- Schoofjor several years
and Is now an eighth grade honor
student at the Hebrew Academy.
A Kiddush v. 11 follow service in
Temple Mei r Social Hall.
The celebrant will be honored
by a dinner-reception a; the Diplo-
mat Country Chib on May 26 for
the immediate members of the
family, and also a dinner party
| for his friends, which will be h"ld
I Saturday June 8. in Temple Me
norah's Social HjII

Steven Stupp
Steven Samuel, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Max Stupp. 3361 SW 7th St.
will become Bar Mitzvah at Bi-th
David Congregation on Saturday.
Mav 25.
i *
Steven is in the seventh grade
at the Hebrew Academy.
A reception in his honor will be
held at the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
Steven
Steven Michael
Mi. and Mr- D
.111 SW 8:h PI..
Mitzvah Satis:
f!30 a.m. k .
olom.
Steven is i
dent at Rockwa
School, and ria-
Wilson
Wilson,
onald Scl
be< i
M*y 2
Ten,,
I gr-
J\::
played
rj" Lea.
Mr and Mr* Sen :. Ms
the Oneg Shabba: Fi
following the services and J
dush following Saturday -
Steven will entertain hi-
at his home S I ev<
in f
Bar
.
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Fridav, May 24. 1068
* knifUFikridfftTrr
Paqe 13-B
Participants in a recent Leadinq Ladies Luncheon of the
CJA-IEF Young Women's Division included (from left): Mrs.
Macey Keyes, Mis. Michael Lipsky, Mrs. David Serns and
Mrs. Michael Smith.
Deaths In Greater Miami
SHELDON
Riverside, I6MQ N.E. l?th Ave, with
Interment In Mi. Blnal Cemetery
r
.in 80, ':" IS." Shore Dr. w Bay
IffM* pilN-.-i aV I) M:l> 15. Hi'
i i ade iii- home here for the
-i 44 yean eoinfne from N.YO
a iir--- manufacturer. Mr.
v. .1* ;i i -rater f 'he B'' I
., lift n i: ..... :' N'AWCAS,
T< l le i 1ub and .-i> >
i .>f Southern Anoarel Ex-
nlt< He wax the beloved hui--
n.i i f the late Rosalind K. Bheldon
,i urvh "I hj daughter* Mr.*
iv l^evlnaon, Mr* Eleanor Hlrach;
ir. ... nlMre I (real grandrhlld-
n Rervlcca we held ;*i Qordon
urn Horn-
LEVJNE
I ,i of 6 9W l R St, nai tl
.i\ May IB til had made her
h me in Mrnm1 I r tl pant IT yean
,-. ii | from V V' fthe survived
i. Xormai ai d daughter Flora
I .. 4 bnitti lr\ "K. MorHa,
S nun I iiinl Bert ilriff: 2 Krunil-
el Idret Service? were held it Oor-
it :i Funeral Home, with entomb*
n nt Mt N-'i-.. Mauooleum
DECKER. Sam, II, 1-.".'"' SB Miami
1*1 LithKOW Chapel. Interment Mt.
Sin:'.
JACOBS. Herman, 77. 44 Adams Ave.
Riverside ClUMjMl, Interment Mt.
N'ebo.
NEWMAN. Mr*. Jeanette. 79. 124."
p......sylvania Ave. Riverside Chapel.
PROBINSKV. Kmhryn. 78, SS Cala-
bria ''i Riverside Chapel. Inter-
ment st.ir of David,
SACKS. Abe.. (Sakowskyi, M, 550
15th st Riverside Chapel.
altman. Abraham, 81, 1558 Meri-
dian Ave Newman Chapel
FREED. Miss Marl...... Si), ...... West
1 >r lordon <'li tl
GREEN. Harry. 78, HO Second St
Riverside Chapel.
KARGER. Saunder I>.. 77. 7.77.". Col-
tins Ave Riverside Chanel. Inter-
ment Mt. NelV
KATZ
Mrs. fall! B N E. 5J SI
i ,--, ,i a i> Ma> 18 Came t"
N M.B M year .-: from Brooklyn.
N V 'A a.- a member Of the National
Children! Cardiac Foundation, Jaw-
i*l War Veteran Auxiliary, and Ileth
Mi she SyiiHKOCUe Survived by her
hu--Lund Lnaua, son irwln of Miami.
iiiutti'T Mr- S ~li:i Sow ell and.
-i. r Mrs Ann Rhrllch of Miami.
brother '".enrge Sklar of N.V.. and
franddtuflhtar I aura of Miami
pSinenU sajrvice* were held at Th*
Mrs. Levinson Addresses
Hospital Auxiliary Conclave
Mrs. Yale N\ Levinson. honorary
president of the Auxiliary of
Mount Sinai Hospital, this week
addressed the South District Con-
ference of the Association of Flor-
ida Hospital Auxiliaries in Fort
Latiderdale.
The conference was also at-
tended by Mrs. Murray Kern.
Mount Sinai Auxiliary" president,
and other officers.
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Paqe 14-B
fJenisti f/rricfiw
Friday. May 24, 1963
Political Briefi
EARL FAIRCLOTH
Atlorney (ii'iieral Karl Faircloth
lighly praised the state of Israel
Ins week in a speech before an
nfhicntial gathering of civic and
Misiness leaders.
"The Slate of Israel." Mr Pair
loth said, "did more for the cause
if world peaee in six days last
lune. than the United Nations has
lone in more than 20 years."
Mr Faircloth again stressed this
requenl theme in his campaign
for the United States Senate: thai
lie courage and ten..city of the
- ill it 11 country in the Middle Easl
"ias served as an example for all
he people of the free world.
Phe main point of the senatorial
candidate's address to the Tigei
Bay Political Club of Miami Tues.
lay, was to encourage Floridians
"o take part in what he called
'the hope ol all Americans to keep
the linht ol liberty blight and
inning."'
Alter explaining to the capacity
crowd that the next decade will
x> the mosi critical period in
American historywhen decisions
will be made as to which way this
country will ultimately turn. Mr
i'aircloth directed his talk once
.gain to the people of Israel.
"For six days and six nights the
Israelis fought the combined pow-
er of the Arab world. Because of
their conviction in their way of
life, and their determination that
it would continue, they emerged
triumphant ayainst truly unbeliev-
able odds."
In a recent speech io an over-
flow crowd of supporters in Broiv-
ard County, Mr. Faircloth said
that most of the nations of the
world have not done for world
peace what Israel did in six days.
As the only Western oriented na-
tion in the Middle East, its sur-
he has taken an active role in
projects aiding roads, transporta-
tion, communications and other
public services throughout Dad,
County
An atlorney and active in sev-
eral bar associations, Mr Greene
has gained the endorsement of the
Miami Herald, The Miami New-
and almost every other newspaper
in Dade County He led the field
ij a wide margin in the first pri-
mary, narrowly missing a runofi
in the nonpar!isasi election.
JOHN V. FERGUSON
John V. Ferguson, Democratic
candidate for Dade County's new
juvenile Judgeship, this week add-
ed five mor< newspaper endorse-
nents for Tuesday's second pri
nary t.i that ol the Miami Herald.
vhich supported Mr, Ferguson in
Kitii primaries
Mr Ferguson, former assistant
State attorney, has 28 years of
j legal experience in Dade County.
) and is a past president of Kiwanis
mil a former director of the Chil-
dren's Center of Miami.
An active worker in the guber-
natorial campaign of the late
Robert King High. Mr. Ferguson
is a graduate of the University of
Miami Law School and a veteran
of the l.S. Navv during World
War II.
A graduate of the public school
system in South Florida. Mr Fer- '
guson was an active member of
the Dade County Young Demo-
crats and the Miami Jaycees. His ;
vote in the first primary was 45
percent of the four man field, and
ho led in all but eight of the more ',
than 300 precincts in Dade County
JOHN L HICKEY
.lohn I.. Rickey, candidate for
the Democratic nomination lor the
ever selected to win the national
Brotherhood award of the National
Conleience of Christians and Jews,
and also was a recipient of the
Silver Medallion of the Florida Re-
gion of the NCC.I
An early ancl "forthright cham
pion oi the State of Israel. Gov
. Collins has been identified with
progressive legislation and liberal
causes throughout his long career
>t Fedeial and state service, his
supporters point out.
With the runoff campaign gen-
erally regarded a- a tossup race,
, i;ov. Collins renewed his person-
o-person eltort which won him
Florida's Democratic nomination
.:- governor without a runoff, the
list time in modern political his
lory that the gubernatorial race
. was decided in the firs! primary.
Judge Irving Cypen. long-time
| eader of Collins supporters here,
said, "South Floridians have an
pporttinity to send a Democrat in
the tradition of Roosevelt. Truman
mil Kenned) to Washington as our
United States Senator if they turn
nit Tuesday We are contident that
this knowledge will send Collins
.oters to the polls regardless of
veather conditions."
pgai noticf
vival must be guaranteed by the Dade School Board in Group 2. is
I'nited States. Theirs is a story a long-time supporter of the State
to inspire all Americans." he con-
cluded.
ELTON GISSENDANNER
Dr. Elton Gissendanner. Demo
cratic candidate for Congress in
Tuesday's 10th District runoff pri- aVi^IO convention, and plaved a
mary. is former mayor of the City key role in
"I North Miami and a veteran
ol Israel and in 1368 served as an
active member of the Israel His-
ladrut Committee
Mr. Hickey was among leaders
of organized labor who welcomed
Aharom Becker. Histadrut leader.
to Greater Miami at the national
member of the Florida State House
' Representatives.
Rep GissendMner, who handily
led all candidates m Dade County
in the first primary, has been ac-
tive in community affairs and has
ardently supported the establish
ment of a new North County YM
VVVHA
The North Dade Democrat, who
has won the endorsement of al-
most everv newspaper in Greater
.Miami, appealed to hi.- supporters
lor "a massive turnout at the
polls Tuesday. Dade can have an-
other vote in Washington it we all
work together "
HAROLD A. GREENE
County Commissioner Harold A
Greene reminded voters this week
that Tuesday's runoff for the Metro
Commission District 1 seat now-
held by him is open to all regis-
securing Israel an
emergency Sio.ooo.oo loan imme-
diately after last summer's Six-
Day War.
Mr. Hickey served as a member
>l the Dade County Quality F.ciuca-
t.on Com 111 it'0l. for six years, on
the Klonda Committee on Quality
Education in 1966. was active in
the I'nited Fund drive and was
secretary <>' Archbishop Coleman
F. Carroll's Labor Day Observance
Committee tor six years
LEROY COLLINS
Former Gov. I.cRoy Collins,
who missed a clear majority over
his opponent by less than 1 pel-
cent of the votes in the first Demo-
cratic primary, pushed his cam
paign in South Florida this week
a- Tuesday's runofi for the Senate
seat being vacated by George A.
Smathers approached.
Supporters of Gov. Collins, for-
mer i'nited States Undersecretary
tered voters. Democrats, Republi ol Commerce, noted that only a
cans and Independents
A past president of Temple Si-
nai and of the North Dade Lod-e
of B'nai B'rith. Mr. Greene is a
member of the board of the YM-
YWHA of dealer Miami, of the
Anti-Defamation League, and serv-
ed as vice chairman of the I'nited
Fund of Dade County for two
years.
One of the most active student
leaders at the University of Miami.
higher percentage of registered
voters easting their ballots |n Flor-
ida's "porkehop counties" forced
the runoff
Collins backers noted their can-
didate's historic service as the
first national director of the Com
miinity Relations Service "is be-
ing used against Collins in north
Florida, and is never mentioned
in South Florida."
Gov. Collins is the onlv Floridian
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 79120-C
dl RE: BsRtate i.l
lii III".: Estate '!
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To .Ml Creditor* it net All Person* Huv
Inn Claims "r Demand* Ajrnfnst Raid
Estate:
v..ii are ii. r, iiy not I fled and requir-
ed 10 nreaent any claim- and demand*
ivhleh you may have ntrulnut the estate
of BTURL 8HOCHET ileeeased late
of Dade County. Florida, to thl
County Judges of Dade County, and
fil. (Ii, name in dupllcati and us r*ro-
. |d< .1 In Section TM 16, Florida Btn -
tlltes. in their offir-.s In id,- Conn IJ
Courthouse in Dade County. Ploi In
vwiliin nix rnlendnr months fr..m thi
time of Hi.- first publication hereof,
>r the si to- will he barred
Dated nl Miami, Florida, thi- iTtli '
of May, a r. IMS
FREDK BHOCHRT
V- F.\e, M|..r
Find publication <( tins nntlie on
iti. jiii, fin, of May. IMS
MYERS, KAl'l v\ A PORTER
Attorney* f..r Rxocutnr
I '" S VV l-t Sir. .1
Miami, Florida SSlsn
.". L't-:.l ft, 7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 79049.A
In KB Rstnte ..f
l( IP.RV 'i-i- \ \ i-i:s
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AH i .in..i- nnri I II P< ru> Huv-
i.l- Claim* i Demand* Ae*nin*1 Said
r .
v .hi iir> herehi n
e I- j .ii may havi the
ol HARIil TT1 v v i:i:s .1. -
'I I.....' I <.<< Count} Florida Io
lh i -'.imi \ Judge* ol I < i, Countv
I in. in dutllli'lltl ., !
provideil Si n i :... .1.,
Statulei 'i in ili< i"out
oui I ii I Bide Couiu i Florida,
uithln li Ii ilai ii..' I from il
lime of Mi.- find nuhllci lloi ln-n
..i- ill.- name ill he hnrri rl
l led n I vii,. n>; Florida 'in- .1.1 \
"i Ma} A I I9ISS
- HBI BN II Ti: WBRS
v- Executrix
First nni.ii. .
the 24th day of May. I MM
I VERS K v |M v \ > p. iHTRIt
' M Cinshur*?, K-n
\ttorne\ for Rxccutrix
II So 8. IV I el Street
Miami, Floi
___________________-i II i : 14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Vi.TK'i: l< HRRRin lilVEN Hi.i
" n ill -inn.-,i .l.-uii l- In IKIIKI
in huslni uniler Ihi u
' A A- vi mi.vim; f'OMPANl
\ vv jut, Avenui Miami I'l- i i|
mi. nil" to r.i" lei -ahi ii..
ihi ('.....i ihe i 'In uli 'oui i of
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7-14
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Caie No. 68-7757
NOTICE OF SUIT
FOR FORECLOSURE
ri.Aiil.Ki: vi. .i: i (iAflR CO., n
Florida Vt poratlon, a -.
Plaintiff
i DOR i i:i .i i| .win. si! and
i ; vi:.\ vi vi: i ii k iDWI.V, in- >> lf<
Jl iHN QCINT vs i..... -
c.ii iN'r.vs. in.- wife, ii married,
I lefenduntM
rn Jl'lMlR F (tOODWIN. Sit and
i'I.aiia vi \K GOODWIN,
In- wife
K*'-i.l'll'. t'liknnw II
VOV, JI'IXJK F. (JoomviX si:
an.I t'l.AKV MAC ROODWIX. Ill"
Wife, are herehj notified thai n Coro-
liinini for i-i.r.-. ii.-in.' ol Mortmure
..i. Hi.- lollowlna .I.--. iii-a property,
to vvli:
l^.l I". in Mock I, "i CASTLE
ROTATES ., Hubdivlaion nl Dadi
County. Florida, arconliiiR i" Ihe
Plal thereof recorded in Ptal
Nook 6.1 al Ptuci 29 i i th< I'ul.li.
l:.'...r.l- of Dade County, Florida
h.i- been filed :i>:;iiii-t >..u. and you
are required to nervi i etipy of your j
Answer oi Pleading to the Complain)
to pturevl..... MorlitaKi un ihe Plaln-
liff.- an. i m Ronald I. I >:n Ik, K-i .
417 r.i-. }in Ruildlnc. 18 VV Plauler
Street, Miami, Florida SSI30, phone:
S79-28S1, and file Ihi .num..I Annwei
or PI. thi of ill. 'lerk
1 ..i thi Cin-uil I '..ui i on "' hefon
the 2*1 h day of Juni I !>( II you
fall i" .1" no, juilmni ui bj defaull
will be taken agalnel you for the
relief demanded In Ihe Complaint i<
Roreeloee Mol it;iL-.-
'I'lii- N'otlci Bhall lie publi*hed om
each week for four il> i-onaeeutivi
u..l,s in Till' JRWI8H FLORIDIAN
l'.VK AND ORDERRD. : i Miami.
Florida, Ihi* 16th da} of May. IM*
K l: I.RATHRRMA.N
Clerk, Circuit Court
Dade County. Florida
By: S A HKUKTT
Deputy Cli 11.
(Circuit i'..url Seall I
5/24-ni ii 7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78543-A
in RR: Relate of
U'llS I'ltlKli.MAV
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To aii Creditor* an.I All Penmnn
Having- Claims or Demand* Against
Said EVtate:
^-".^^ nr.- hereby notified and re-
quired t" jir.sent any olaim* ami .1.'-
iniin.l- uhlrh you may have again*!
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Thp
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCm-
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAtU
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No 68-7629
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
DAVID I.A.VK.
Plaintiff,
i-:i: I.AM
Intic
MAXINR i id ii iv 1:1: i..\ \ |
I lefendanl
ii i MAXINR >!l!i a >v
i ,. |RI ii i\ El<
Koute I, liox i
i i.liiiii Oeorgl*
; Von. MAXINR (1RCIIRII
are herebj notified thai n |i
plaint foi Divorce ha i., ,
agalnal you, ...... you are i,
nerve H i-..|.v ..f >ou x
Pleading lu the Bill of r,,,,,,,
th.- Plnentlfr* nttoi lie. (. N
i:\cki.. Bngel and Poita'.i, '.
Tlh Street, .Miaou. Plorldu
: file ill. original vnt wei i
I in thi nffln ol ihi I .
Circuit Court .rn ..r befi .
da} "i June, IMS If you i.,
iudam i b) defaull ill i,
' you for the r. Id i
Bill of Complain!
Till in.ii.-. nhnll I.. |iul
week foi '..in conw
in THE .IKWISII Fl.oitlDlvv
IMIN'K VXD >RDRIEi:|i
Plnridn, Un- l.".lh tlat
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IHipUlt i
H -unit i "out i S. .1.
MAX P i:m:i:i.
i:m;i:i. and Pollack
i In \ vv Till Si i eel
Miami, l-'l.'fi'i.i
AM..i ne} f.n I'l.....i.ii
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i. earat* ..i l.oi'ls FRIEDMAN de-
Ul.
I late ..! Dade County. Florida,
lo the County Judge* of Dade County,
ami nu- the name hi duplicate and a*
provided in Section 7:::; 16, Florida
Statute*, in th,-ir nffi.'r* in th, County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within -iv calendar month* from the
nm. of the fir.-i publication hereof,
or ihe same will he barred
Dated :ii Miami, Florida, tin- IMh
day ..f May, A D. IMI
MILTON V FRIEDMAN
v- Co-Executor
First publication ..f lhl notlci on
Hi. 24th day ..f May, IM
vi.vl.iiil.vi H FRIEDMAN
v i lonii \ for i'"- Executor*
-_: s i: Finn Street, Miami Florida
.'. _'4-::l : 7-14
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
Cue No. 68-7744
NOTICE OF SUIT
I; v'/i:i ,||'NE I iNNELIA
r Miiff.
\ -
Ii ill \ VV II.I IA.VI I .NNKI.I.Y
TO J( >IIX VV II.I.l \M DoNNEI I.l
Ri Ii ri known
V.. ii ...
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you .un! '"ii i Hired lo
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Baysbore l>i Suite s:i .vi. mi
Florid .,n.l til. ill. original
nli Ihe Clerk .! the ahovi ntvled
"ourl ......r hi fon Ihi 27th dii) of
'uni IM* m ;- .. Judgmi I ma)
lie .hi. red i*i >..u for Ihi r. lie)
leniiiii.l.-.l In ihe Complaint or pell-
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUITCOURT OF TH =
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUI-"
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERs
No. 68-7410
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
lAMKS I'KKAI'l.T.
Plaintiff
Defendant
Tn: l.ll.l.l.w PBRAI'LT
l.II.I.l \v PERAfr.T.
Residence Cnknowti
V ii. t.H.I.IA.V PERACI.1
l.y notified thai Bin ol t!om
f..r Divorce has been filed
you, ami y-ii in.- required
n ..|.\ ..i your Answer or Pli
the Bill "i Comptalnl ..n the r
i ttorney. mahsiiai.I. l: i-'isiir.i:
i:s..| 79SS 8. VV ln4ili Street k
Florida SS156 anil fil. the
Answer or Pleading in Ihe
the Clerk of the i-ri.uii Cnurl
bi-fore (he 21st day of .lie
you full lo do so, Ju.lirm.-iit by default
will be taken agamsi you for .
li.-r .1. innn.l. This notice shall b.' publl*hi
each week '..r f..uv nmaecutlvi v...k-
In THE JEWISH F1 I iRIDl v\
DONE AND ORDERED nl
Floi Ida, thl* i"ih day r.l vi .. \ i-
i -..-
i: B I.EATHERM \s
i 'ircuil i 'ourt, Dade Couni i I
By: K M I.VM vs
I i.-iillt}' Clerk
iCIl un ('"iiri S. nl i
vi vi-iiai i. it fishei: i:si..
7S22 s vv lotlh Street
Kendall Plot i.
Attorne; foi Plalnjjjfl
17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
M 'Tli i; IS II RRKBl IJIVI
I tile uil(ler*lg n.-'l. deslt nt lii
liu ii ii..... Ihe riellliou
P v \ AMRRK "AX N.WH '
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M nut Intend i -:
1 h il.. Clerk ui tin i H.iih .-,.ii tj Florii AI.BRRTI i A.I Bl .- Uwnet
: .1
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vv ITNR8S mj hand and Ihi al of
said I'..un rn. the ICth dav ol M ,
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i: B i,i:.vriii:i:\ian
Clerk of th. i i, un i 'ourl
ami '... i tad* i 'ounly. Plorida
B> K VI I.V.VIAN
Depul} Clerk
-. i ; T 11
iimam
LUJEAN APTS TAMCO HOUSE
1600 N.W. 7th Ct. 1545 N.W. 8th Ave.
Designed for the convenience of Medical and Professional Clientele
One and two bedroom furnished apartments
Individual air-conditioning and heating
All electric utilities
Swimming Pool Pofio laundry facilities
Walking distance to Jackson Memorial, Veterans
and Cedor ol Lebanon Hospitals
A.plyr MANAGER, TAMCO HOUSE, Apt 111
or phene fur further information
374-1473
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIRRRIIY CIVBX I tin I
the iiinl. rslaned, desii Inp lo ei
bu*.....** under Ihe flctlttou* nun.....I
l.i:i:s FASHIONS al ; i Wa imu-
inii A vi mi. .v........ Beni-h Plot '
lends i.. r.ui-i.i' *aii| nnmi with the
( lerk of Hi.- Circuit Court ..i 11 i.
'ounty, Fl.....l:i
I.EK Fl >.\. Sole ( n. i
,_____________ !t-l 8 7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVBN Hi il
Ihe undi r-iuiiiil. deslritiR to enttnite
in buslnes* under the flctltlou* tiami
of I.A CtTORRA al sa s vv Dth
Street, Miami Intend* i" reaister wild
nani. with ih.- i'l, rk ,,f ,|i, ii, ii i
Courl ..f Dade County, Roridn
l-|-.'|\l|.i:s MARTINEZ
_______________________Vl'4-:ii : 7-11
NOTICE UNOER_
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY IHVRN iliai I
the uti.l.rsiKii.d. deslritui to ennun
in buMness under the fhtlti..us nami
ii UiBATd.V at Jim S.W. 8th Street I
.Vlmml Intends to rerisit. r laid name
with the Clerk ..f the Circuit Court .f
Ihide County. Florida.
LEONIDBB MARTINEZ
6/24-SI li 7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
VOTB'R is HRRBBV OIVRN
ih. undi i -Ijfiied, .1. ulrlnt! t
111 hUHilless ui ,|e| .1 fil tillOU* llalll-
..I UBASSKRS I RON ISA al 1242 \ R
Ui liitetub in ,.,.'., ..,..,
I Ihe Clerk of -l i ("In mi
' 'U l of I iail. County, Florida
v A Li. AD vi:i:s PASHIONS
5' 17-24-31 6 7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 78263-B
In RE: Ksinie of
VV II.I.IA.VI NEMSER
I leceuved
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'" v!' Iredltor. and All Perwrn. Hni
ii u- i ininis or Demaiid* Aualnsi Said
I'.slli f
You in- hereby nmifi.-d ami renutr.
"' ',' '"ii nn) i.iiin- Bnd di .
in.ii .i- arnica v, lv ,, iVl. .,,..,1,^,
>h< estate of VV 11.LI AM NEMSER .!,-
i-i'. ; Dade CAunly. Florid i
In 'he Coj,,,, JU,|K,,8 ,,r ,,.,, ,.
ami rile Oi- same iii dunli,..... ,,n,| .,. !
l"'"v:'!"' I" Section 7:::: u; Pl.irlda
Slatutes. in their office* m the County
Courthoupe in Dade County Fkiridii
h'"" .V'^. ";:,!'1'"' month* from Ih
nm.- ..t ti,,. f,rs, publication
r ih.- sain.- win be barred
Dated hi Miami, Florldt
da} ,.f May. A 11 IMS
h >si:i'll SRMSBR
_, a- Bxecutor
First puhlii-atlon of this nolle
.. J-l4l,'d''> "r M-'V. IMS
ARTHCR S-RM8ER
Attorney
4131 Meridian Avenue
Miami l'.eurb. Florid*
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CiRCl "
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR D-vPt
COUNTY IN CHANCER-
No b8-17627
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
K VTIII.RRN MEHSIRR
Plaintiff
\ -
l.i-'-ls kIRSSIER
11. fi ndunl
|i' vi i: i mis .vn:ssir :
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thai :. Kill "i l -
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ih ,i I v W" 7ih Sir. el Mi.un I '
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in Hi. n.....r the i'l. rk id ihi
('"-.ii i ....... bi fore ihe 21*1 d )
: it'iti li hi fall to do no 'ii
n i ^ ill be ink. ..ii
for ii.....li. i ill maitded In ihi
i'..iiinl nl
TI ':. shall be publish.
.. I for four .-'i-i" ii''
I in THE JEWISH I'l' >KIDI v >
done iND ordf:i;ei
Florida, ihi* 15th da) of M
I'IKK
K i: LEATHRRM v\ i
Cir. un Court, Dade 'ount) Florid
B) K vi LTMAN
Depul) Clerk
(I'm un Courl s.ih
ENIIEL VND P< 'I I Ai'K
17"i n v\ 7tlt Street
Miami, Ki..ri.i:i
Attorne) for Plaintiff
i'17-24-::
hereof,
thl* L'n
3/24-fit 6/7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\i i'I'hi: is HEREbl Oil i
the uinl.T-ii:n.'.l. .l.-irm* <
in l.usiness under the flctltlou* "'"'_
ol I'.VI: M'HKKN'AI.IA al numli.i
Miracle Mil.- in the City ol '
I (tallies, Florida Intend* to i.-s-i--
I said name wiili the Clerk >'f Ihe "
'cull Court oi Dade County. Fiori
Dated at Miami. Florida, thl* ""
day ..f May lM
I.ID41 1'KliDCCTS. IN<
By:JERRYSTRACS
Jerry Straus. I'resideni
MYERS. KAPLAN & PORTBK
11S0 8.W. First Street
Miami, l-'loridn
Attorne) rorA.pplica,,t r/:4ji(;i7H


Friday. May 24. 1968
* '*.(f nrrtdii^n
Paae 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
iN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 79007-C (Clark)
i, KB: Batata "i
.1 UK l> KI'SHELL
| leciiised.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* ana All Person* Hav-
ing claims or is-mands Against Bald
Estate:
V..u are hereby notified iiml reqntr-
etl i" present an> claims and desuanda
which \->a m> have Hgainsl the
estate of Jl'I.IK I' KCSHELI. eased late of I hide County. Florida.
in ihe Counts Judge* of I >;.ilt County
i.nd file the name la duplicate and as
|ii..viiind in Si.lien MS.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the
Cunty Cnurthoum.. in Ikndc County.
I- ..rnla. within six calendar months
from the rime of the first publn alii'n
hereof, or the same will he hnrreil.
11.iied at New York. N Y.. this 80th
d...\ of April. A D. lfttiS
SOPHIE ARK1N
EDWARD A. COHEN
A* fn-Exi outers
First publication of this Notice on
the loth day f May. l!i6k
xiithi'I'. d deckelman
a Homey for Co-Bxedujtor-S
98 \in"ley Building.
.Miami. Florida
B/10-17-1M-S1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEUEItY OIVEN that
undersigned desiring to engage
husjtneas under the fictitious name
ART WINDOW SHAPES :.i 1M4
v K 163rd Street, Miami intends in
i giSler said name with the Clerk of
lie Cireuif Court of Paile County,
'lorlda,
LOON DROTZER,
Sole (>WI1CI
A MIX FAHHR
utorney for Applicant
12 Alnsley lluildiiiK
II ami. Kloriiln
:. 10-17-24-81
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BY HENRY LEONARD
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Cepr. 1968. Diy rtorfuctiaa*
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
4 THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78839-A
b KB: Estate of
II >\ WATSON
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn All Credliora and All Persona
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Bat ate:
Viiu are hereby notified and requlr-
.1 to present any elaims ami demands t
which you may have agalnsl the1
i -late of IDA WATSON deceased
late ;f Dade county, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
fill the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 786.16, Florida
statutes, in their offices in the County
'ourtbouse in Dade Counly. Florida.
Aithtn six eulendar month* from the
line of the first publioafinii hereof.
r tile name will lie barred.
Haled at .Miami. Florida, thin 2nd
day of May. A.D. lSBX.
MORRIS J WATSKY
A a KxecWor
First publii'ation of this notiee on
he 10th day of May. 1968-
MOIIUtS J WATSKY
Mtorney for Executor
I nth Floor Dade Federal Building
Miami. Florida 33131
6.10-17-14-81
IN T44E COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FO" DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 7BM8-A
In HE: Bstate of
V AIU' WHITE
1 N-coOfccd.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T. All CredKora and All Persons Haw-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
E tote:
Vou are hereby nolified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which vou nuv have against the
entale of I>. WARD WHITE deceased
late of ii.i.i.. founiy. Florida, to the
County Judges of nude County, and
file the Kitne in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.lt>. Florida sta-
tutes. In their offices in the County
c. urthouse in Dade County, Florida,
* Uiin six enlendur months from the
time of the first publication hereof, or
tin same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 3rd
duj of May. A.D. 1968.
AONBS I.. WHITE
ROBERT E WHITE
As Executors
l-'irst publication of this notice on
tin loth day of May. 1S68.
H HIM AN and CHART
B} Eugene C. Heimun
Attorneys for Executors
Suite Ml BMvi ii Fifty llldg.
1180 B.W. First Street
Miami. Florida 33130
5/10-17-24-31
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Ne. 67-1S012
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
VMiNNK I,. MIKO
Plaintiff
vs.
UtTlTRO M. MHO
Defendant
To: ARTHI'H M M1RO
"nil Manor
Detroit. Michigan
YOU. AHTDHO M. MIKO. are
hi rebj notified that an Amended Com-
plain! for Divorce and that the Plain-
tiff is seeking all right, lille and In-
terest thereto in the property legally
described as:
l-'l 13. Block 15, COKAI. W 11
\ II.I.ACE SECTION "A", 1'AltT
S, according tu the Plat thereof,
recorded in Plat Hook :.:. at Pan
"".. of the puhlie Records of Dade
County. Florida:
has been filed against you. and you
are required to serve a copy i.t your
xiiawer or nl-aillngs to the Plaintiffs
"'..rue, JOSEPH II VlH'XIi. 47.-.
l-ilttnore Way. Coral (tables, Florida.
''id file the original thereof, with the
' lerk of the Circuit Court In nnd for
Dade County, Florida on or before
14th day Of June lUtiK. otherwise
CIRCUIT COURT. ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 68-2353
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
YIHGII, 1.. MIDI.EH
Plaintiff,
vs
KAMONA MILDER.
1 iifendant.
YOU, KAMONA Mil.I.EH. an noli-
fied to serve a copy of your answer bo
Divorce complaint filed avahast you
m I'lamliff's attorney. UBOROE
NICHOLAS, '111' N \\' l-'th Avenue.
Miami. Florida, and file oriainal with
clerk of ilns Court on or before June
7. I9iix .otherwise complaint will he
confessed by you.
DATED April J'.'. 1961
i: II I.EATIIEKMAN. Clerk
By: K M I.Y.MAN.
Deput) Clerk
S/1-10-17-M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tirVBN that
the an.i. i -imied. desiring to encage In
buslnt as under the fictitious name
of EAST WIND APARTMENTS at
1446 N E. 1st Avenue. Miami. Florida
intends to toirlstei said name with
the Clerk oi the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
WI1J.IAM It KRESS
Sole Owner
ri/3-1'1-17-24
Mi..
1 Default will he entered against vou.
DATED, at Miami, Florida, this fi
"'> of May. 13CR.
E R I.EATHEKMAN
Clerk nf the Circuit Court
Dade County, Florida
By: L. 8. DePIETKO
B/10-lT-t4-tl
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OWEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of AJAX Rl'O CDEANEK8 at 12701
NE. 0th Avenue, North Miami. Flo-
rida Intends to retrister xaid name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
W1IJ1UR KOHN
Sole < iwner
SEYMOCR I/INDON
Attorney for
WIIJJIR KOHN
5/17-J4-31 6,7
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
MAirniA ann vENTri:i:i.u\,
Plaintiff
vs.
<: VSPBR ANTHONY VENT! C.Kl.I.A.
Defendant
TO CASPER ANTHONY
VI'.NTI liEI.I.A
S61-70 Langston Avenue
lien Oaks
Queena, Vew York
Vou, CASPER ANTHONY YEN
TriiiM.i.A. are hereby notified thai
a Hill of Complaint for Divorce has
l.....n filed against you. ami you art
required lo eerv* !>> of your
Answer or Pleading t" the Hill of
Complain! on the Plaintiffs attorney,
NEI.AN SWEET. 4-'t l.iinr.ln ltd .
Miami Beach, and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office
of the Clerk of the Cirruit Court on
>r before th,- :. day <>f June, i!"'.* if
yon fall to tin ho. judgment by default
will he taken against yon for the
relief demanded In the Bill of com-
plaint.
This notiee shall hi1 published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FliORIDIAN.
DONB AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 30 day of April. A.D.
I (Mill
E. B I.EATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: L. SNEEDEN, Deputy Clark
icirruit Court Seal)
NELAN BWEET
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
G '3-10-17-24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78842-C
In RE: Estate of
YKT'I A kl.KHUKIt.
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the
estate of YHTTA KI.HE<;ER deceas-
ed late of Ihide Comity, Florida, to
'he County Judges .if Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.1(1. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dude County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, this 28th day of
April, A D 1968
S'RHOINA KI.EEOER BUSH
A Executrix
First publication of this notiee on the
17th day of May. 1*6*.
WALTERS. MOORE A COSTANZO
By: Arthur D. Deckelman
Attorney for Bxecutrlx
M6t Ahisley Illdg.. Miami. Florida
5'17-24-31 H 7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN iliat
iii. nndersigned, desiring to engage
in bustnesa under the flctltloua names
..f COSMOPOLITAN HOMES, o iS-
MOPOMTAN HOMES AT POTNT
HOYAI.E. iiml COSMOPOLITAN
HOMES al HOI'TH MIAMI HEIOHTS,
all at Miami, Florida inti nds to regist-
er said uaini s with the Clerk of the
circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
THE I 'A K LAND IN St M.IDATEI >
CORPORATION, a Michigan
corporation.
HARRIS AND SHtKIN
Attorneys for Applicant
12th Floor Dade Fulcra I Bldg.
Miami. Florida 33111
:. 10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage in
business under th.- fictitious name oi
CORAL CJ.EANERS at number 2121
Coral Way, in Ihe City of Miami,
Florida, intends to register the said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court Of IHld. County, Florida.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 30day
of April, 1966
coral r.-Hoil! CLEANERS, INC.
HARNETT ROBINSON, JR.
Attorney fur Applicant
41H Com-ortl I holding
i W Flagler Si 11 i
Miami. Florida 33130
.'. 3-1.1-17-24
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTH'K IS HEHEHY OfVRN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the flcitiinus name of
HOWARD DRIVE PROPERTIES at
5931 Pine Tree Drive. Miami Beach,
Florida Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court nf
Dade County, Florida
IHTRTON ENTERPRISES. INC.
IRVlNt: CYPEN LAW OFFICES
Attorneys for
Burton Enterprises. Inc.
825 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach, Florida
5,17-24-31 fi 7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEHEHY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
hi business under the fictitious name
of ALMACBNES CACHA RITA at
217", S W 1st Street. Miami. Florida
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade County. Florida.
A & H CLEANING, INC
MAM'OI.M H FRIEDMAN
Attorney for
A R Cleaning. Inc.
Ml B K First Street, Miami. Florida
5,10-17-24-31
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 76072-C
In RE: Estate of
ADOLF1 WOLF.
Decease!
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and AH Persons Hav-
ing Claims ur Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
!.. pr.scm ;,11y claims and demands
which you may have against the
estate of A1K)LP W01.F deceased
late of New YorR County. New York,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and
as provided hi Section 733.Ifi. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County-
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred
Dated al Miami, Florida .this 13th
day of May, A.D. 1B08.
.1CLIETTE WOLF
As Ancillary Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 17th da\ of May, 1968,
simon. hays & GRUNDWERG
Attorneys for Estate
3"i Alnsley Kuildlng
Miami. Florida 33132
.-. 17-24-31 6 7
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
HANNBIiORE HARVBY
Plaintiff
va
THEODOREW HARVBY
11. fendani
TO: THEODORE W HARVEY
Residence rnknown
YOU, THEODORE W. H MtVEY. are
hereby imtifled that a Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Complaint i'>r Divorce an the Plain-
attorney, Ranald L Davis, Esq.
417 Blacayne HuiMing-n< w. Flagler
Street, Miami. Florida 11180, Phone
375 -851, and file the original Answer
..r PI.....ling iii the office of the clerk
Of '1 Circuit Court "ti or before the
14th day ..f June, 1968, II you fail to
d..... iiiilLin.nl l.v default will be
: taken agalnsl vnu for the relief de-
| nutnded Itt itn i\imnlaim t'.n Divorce
THIS NOTICE shall be published
l oni each a'eel for four iimaecullve
nil In TH K .1 EWrSH ri iRIDIAN
BONE VND ORDERED nl Miami.
Florida, tin- will .lav of May, 1966,
E B. l.i: \TH i:i!M \N Clerk
Circuit "ourl
Dade County, Florida
By: N. A HEWETT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit tout i Seal)
I 17-24 ,11 C 7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77987-C
In HE Estate ,.f
SYLVIA B. GEORGB
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person- Hav-
ing claims or Demands Agalnsl Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present anj olalma and demands
which you inn) have against the es-
tate of SYLVIA II. GEORGE deceas-
ed late of Dade County. Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro.
vided m Section 7:::: |6, Florida Sta-
tutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in i lade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will I..- barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 16th
day of April. AD 1968.
JBANNETTE H. ROBIN,
As Administrator
Cum Testament,! Annexe
Fust publication of this notice on
the 3rd day of Ma v. 1968
LEWIS F < oil EN. Esq.
At tome) for Administrator C T \
256 N E 17th T( mice
Miami. Florida
S 3-10-17-14
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 08-6601
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IS 'HIS LIMA SCARES,
Plaintiff,
vs
MARCOS ANTONIO SCAHEZ.
Defendant
TO: MAItcos antonio BCAREZ
< i. Winstoon Mills
Hackensack, S'pv Jersey
You. MARCOS ANTONIO BCAREZ
are hereby notlfleu that a Hill of Com-
plain I for Divorce has been file)
against you, and you are required !
aerve a copy of your Answer or Plead
ing to the Hill of Complaint on tlti
Plaintiffs attorney, irwin ; Chri-
stie. 2650 Blacayne Boulevard, Miami
Florida 8*137 and file the origins
Answer or Pleading in the office .
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on Oi
before the Jrd day of June, lnr.s. I
you fail lo do so, judgment by de-
fault will be taken against you fo
Hi. relief demanded in the Bill ol
Complaint.
This notice Shall be published op.-
sach we.-K f'-r four conseoutlve week*
in THE JEWISH FIXVRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami
Florida, this 26th day of April A.D
1968.
Circuit four-. Dade County, Florida
E B I.EATHERMAN Clerk
Bj K M LYM \\
Deputy i "lerk
fCircult Court Si nl)
IRWIN : CHRISTIE
Attornej at Lbw
26.">n Blsi u> in' Boulevard
Miami. Florida 17
Attorne) for Plaintiff
:. 3-10-17-24
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 72714-A
IN HE Estate of
NINA B. OOTTI.IEH a K/a
NINA BAKER GOTTLIEB
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
VOTICK |a hereby (riven that we
have filed our Final Report and Peti-
tion for Distribution and Final Dis-
charge as Executor of the estate of
NINA It. GOTTMEB aka NINA
RARER GOTTLIEB, deceased: and
that on the 27th day of May, 1968 will
apply to the Honorable County Judges
of Dade County. Floriilu. for approval
of said Final It. port and for distribu-
tion and final discharge as Ex. cmor
of the estate of the nbovn-nsmed
decedent. Thi- .1th day of April. 1968
MIAMI BEACH
FIRST NATIONAL HANK
PETER A ISAIA
Trust Officer
RPARBER AND ROSKIN
Attorneys
100 No. Biscaync Boulevard
Miami, Florida SS182
.1 1-10-17-74
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Caie No 68-6936
JASHA BACIIMAN.
Plaintiff,
vs
MARIA HACHMAN.
Defendant.
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: MARIA BACIIMAN. Defendant
Residence unknown
You. MARIA BACHMAN, are here-
bv notified that a Complain! for Di-
vorce has been filed against you. and
you are required to serve a cany Of
your Answer or Pleading to the Com-
plaint on the Plaintiff's attorneys,
Si'IILIsskl. SCHER & GROSS, 668
Ijitcoln Road, Miami Bench, Florida.
33138. and file the original Answer of
Pleading in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or befori the 12
day of June, i!"is. if you fall to do
so. Judgment h> Default will be taken
against you for tin relief demanded
hi the Complaint for Divorce
This notice shall be published once
each w.ik for four <4i consecutive
weeks m Tin" .liwish Floridian.
DONE and ORDERED at Miami, Flo-
rida .this 2nd day or May, 1966.
i: 11 I.EATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade Countv. Florida
By: I. SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
RCHI.ISSKU SCHLIt \ GROS8
Attorneys for Plaintiff
iii>5 Lincoln Road
Miami Beai h, Florida 3:tlS9
By: JERRY A 0RO88
5 in-17-24-31
NOTICE BY 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
I |R" "THY M BROWN
Plaintiff.
S. T. BROWN,
Defendant
To s T. BROWN
Residence Unknown
You s. T. BROWN are hereby notifi-
ed that a Bill of Complaint for Divon
has In en fibd against you. and you
are required to si i Aniuw or Pleading to the Bill of
Complaint on the plaintiffs Attorney
C. FREDERIC BROWN, BSQUIRK
807 Alfred I. duPoiit Building. Miami
Florida. 38131 and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 3rd day of June, 1908. If
vou fall to do so. Judgment by de-
fault will 1"- taken against you for
tlii- relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint
DONB AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 2.i'h day of April. A.D.
ltn'.H.
E II I.EATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dad.-County. Florida
llv: C. L ALEXANDER
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court SeD
C FREDERIC BROWN, ESQUIRE
607 Alfred I duPont Building
Miami, Florida S8181
Attorney for Plaintiff
r,'3-10-17-24
CIRCUIT COURT. ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY
COUNTY.FLORIDA
No. 68-7009
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
El.lo CAIJSADILiLA,
Plaintiff.
HOSE MARIE CAI.7.ADILLA.
Defendapt
VOD, H< IRE MARIE CAI.Z \Dll.L\
44'v Sanford Street, Rover, Ni w
I Jernej arc notiflnd to serve a oapy of
your answer hied against you on Plaintiff's attor-
lii.y. GEORGE NICHOLAS. 611 NW
' iL'ih Am-.. Miami. Fla., and file origi-
nal wilb Clerk of this Court on or
before June 18, 1668, otherwise com-
plaint will be rtmfeMed by vou.
Dnted. May ::. Hnix
E It I.EATHERMAN. Clerk
By: K M I.YMAN
Dnputy Clerk
5/10-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY QIVBN thai
the undi rsigned, desiring to engug>
in business under the fictitious nam<
of MARIOS JEWELRY at Hi:i4 SW
8th street, Miami, intend to registei
said name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade Counly. Florida.
JORGE M BSPINOSA
MARIO DEL M \/.o
__________.1 17-24-^1 7 _
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Norn K is HEHEHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagt
in business under the fictitious namt
.I" ART WINDOW DECOR at 1934
NE. 163rd Street. Miami intends to
regisi. r said name with Ihe Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
LEON DROTZER
Sole Owner
MARX FABER
Attorney for Applicant
101! Alnsley Building
Miami, Florida
_________ 5 17-24-31 6 7_
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT*
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 75937-C
IN RE: Bstatl of
MIRIAM RATSHIN
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
Notice is herebj given that I
have filed the Final Report and Peti-
tion for Distribution and Final Dis-
charge as Executrix of the estati i f
MIRIAM RATSHIN, deceased: 1
that on tb. 27 da) of May. 1168, will
apply to tin Ronorabh County Judges
of Dad. County, Florida, for appr i
of said Final Retain and for distribu-
tion ami final dfsohargi as Bsecutt *
of tin estate of iht above-named
d.......n Thi. Mth day of April, l< .
ELEANOR NORTt >N,
Bxecutrlx
JERRY \ GROSS
sciii.issKi. BCRBR ^ GROSS
Attorneys
MS Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida
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