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

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

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"Jewish Floridlian
. iiume 41 NumJoer 24
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida, Friday, June 14, 1968
Two Sections J".
20.
American Jews Join Kennedy Tribute
U.S. Seeks
To Play Down
Arab Links
WASHINGTON Efforts were
derway here this week to head
a growing wave of anti-Arab
itiment among the American
ople resulting from the identifi
iion of the suspect held in the
jrder of Sen. Robert F Kennedy
a former Jordanian national.
Officials here, including con-
. essmen. said it appeared Mr.
Kennedy' assassination was a po-
ical one motivated by Arab fa-
(icism. but they said instructions
d been issued at top government
> -"els to help spare the Arabs, par-
ularly Jordan, from any outburst
American public opinion against
the Arab peoples.
Th administration was reported
c be deeply concerned lest the
-utder affect United State* reU-
ion with the presumably pro-
Western regimes of Jordan, Tu-
nisia, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia and
Kuweit.
Efforts are being made at the
.;ghest levels to protect Arab dip-
omate from possible reprisals and
to play down the apparent fact
iat the killing was linked with the
1 rab-UraeLconllict. A top official
aid. "We cannot permit a wave of
, nti-Arab sentiment among the
imerican public at a time when
*e are trying to restore good re-
gions with our friends in the Arab
iroiid.M
The theory was advanced that
trie slaying served the interests of
El Fatah and other Arab extremist
.roups in that it could undermine
lordanian King Hussein if the
I'nited States was forced to stop
, rmi shipments and other forms of
.d to Jordan because of outrage
, inong American citizens.
At the United Nations, New York
City and U.N. police were placed
cr> security alert after telephone
*hreats against Jordanian, Syrian
rid Algerian ambassadors.
Some legal authorities in Wash-
-iton predicted that Sirhan would
rj to turn his trial into an anti-
rael propaganda show, a forum
r diatribes against Israel encom-
,.>sing the Arab refugee problem.
1 u- West Bank, Jerusalem and
Gaza occupation anil the whole
' .rime of Palestine."
M. T Mehdi, secretary of the
Coil nurd on Page S-A

Israel Asked For Data
On Ties With El Fatah
JERUSALEM Israeli in
telligence and police authori-
ties were reported this week
to be preparing a dossier for
the FBI following a request
by the I'nited States Embas-
sy in Tel Aviv for any infor.
mation available about Sir
han B. Sirhan. the accused
assassin of Sen. Robert F
Kennedy. The dossier may
include information on pos-
sible El Fatah involvement
in the assassination. Sirhan,
born in East Jerusalem in
1944 when Palestine was
under the British Mandate
rule, moved to the United
States with his family in
1957 His father still lives in
the West Bank town of Al
Tabiyeh.
The Israel government this
week was angered by an ed-
itorial appearing in the Paris
newspaper I.e Monde which
seemed to excuse Sirhan be-
cause as "one of hundreds of
thousands of Palestinians who
had been forced .to leave
their homes and find refuge
in a strange land" he was in-
censed by the late senator's
friendly attitude toward Is-
rael. Foreign Minister Abba
Eban said that the Le Monde
editorial was the "most
shocking literature of incite-
ment." Replying to questions
at a press conference, Mr.
Eban said that the basis of
the Le Monde editorial is
appalling." The paper had
claimed that the Kennedy
murder by a Palestinian na-
tionalist had a "symbolic
value" one year after Israel's
victory and 20 years after its
establishment.
Shock Is Expressed
By Jewish Groups
In U.S. And Abroad
NEW YORKMillions Of Amer-
ican Jews reacted with profound
grief and shock to the death of
Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, who was
struck down by an assassin's bullet
in Los Angeles, joining with all
other Americans and with count-
less millions of people abroad in
mourning the young New York
senator who was in the vanguard
of efforts to better the lives of de-
prived and underprivileged people
j and nations everywhere.
The sentiments of American
I Jewry were expressed in scores of
messages of condolence sent to the
| Kennedy family by the leaders of
Jewish civil, religious, philan-
thropic and service organizations.
The burden of sorrow was also
shared by the people of Israel
whose Prime Minister, Levi Esh-
kol, ar.d Ambassador to the United
States, Maj. Gen. Yitzhak Rabin,
added theirs to the messages sent
the senator's widow.
The Jewish National Fund an-
nounced this week that it would
plant a forest in Israel in memory'
of the slain senator. Herman 1.
Weisman, national president of the
IJNF. said that the forest will be
JERUSALEM (JTA) The 27th Present Zalman Shazar of Israel located witnin the COIlfines o{ the
World Zionist Congress was told delivered the opening addresses I John F. Kennedv Peace Forest in
by Dr. Nahum Goldmann this week ) before some 3,000 delegates to the I .*,,*,
hat "Zionism will have to learn a j Congress and their guests from all
new intellectual and spiritual Ian-j over the world in a hall decorated
guage if it wants to appeal to 20th i with Zionist banners dating from
century young minds."
Dr. Goldmann, president of the
World Zionist Organization, and
New Approach Urged
At Zionist Congress
UN. itoeatT muHin
the Judean mountains toott of the
city of Jerusalem.
Typical of the expressions of
grief and prayer was a statement
issued by Rabbi Jacot P Rudin.
I president of the Synagogue COUM 1
Continued on P.c IS-*
*
DR. NAHUM GOIDMAHH
the flag designed by Theodor Herzl
in 1897.
Dr Goldmanr.'s theme was that
70 years after the first World Zi-
onist Congress in Basle, the focus
of the movement is not the crea-
tion of a Jewish national homeland
but assembling the Jewish people
in the Jewish state founded 20
years ago. This, he said, is the fun-
damental taskthe Zionist move-
ment will stand or fall on what
happens with aliyah (immigration).
"This will become the great his-
torical test for the survival of Zi-
onism. It is a crucial test," Dr.
Goldmann continued. "because
many progressive and left-wing
elements, not to mention the Com- pressed condolences to the family
immists. are today anti-Zionist, on the tragic loss
Young Jews and other vouths who Ki
The message, signed by Rabbi
Samuel Z. Jaffe. president of the
Special Services Held
In Miami Synagogues
association, and Rabt) Solomcn
Schiff. executive vice pre* dent, <'
dared:
Greater Miami Jewry joined
with the millions throughout the
nation in mourning the tragic
death of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy. "May the expression! oj ; Synagogues throughout the area s0na| loss fe|, Dv ^ mir> oy ,
held special memorial services ,he wor|d he|p in b0m( waj
last weekend with prayers directed
toward an end to the violence that
has repeatedly plagued the coun-
try in recent years.
In a telegram sent to the widow
of the late senator, the Rabbinical
Association of Greater Miami ex
Continued on Page 11-A
RIGHT TO COURT CHALLENGE GRANTED
Court Backs Sectarian School Aid
AASHINGTON (JTA) The
ited States Supreme Court, in a
x-to-three decision this week, up-
'tid a New York State law that
equires public school systems to
lend textbooks to students in paro-
L-nial and other private schools.
. ut in another ruling, the Court
ecided eight-to-one that taxpayer
".'its may be brought challenging
federal aid to parochial schools.
.' he latter decision reversed a 1923
*Triing by the Supreme Court that
individual taxpayers lacked stand-
ing in such cases because their in-
dividual tax payments were too
small to prove adequate personal
involvement. It cleared the way
for a suit by seven New York resi-
dents who contend that Federal
aid to pupils in church-related
schools violates the Constitution.
The American Jewish Congress,
one of several organizations spon-
soring the New Yorkers' test case,
hailed the Supreme Court's ruling
as a "landmark decision which
gives new life to the First Amend-
j ment and marks the end of the
! anomalous situation under which
violations of the principle of sepa-
j ration of church and state through
. use of public funds for parochial
schools have been immune from
challenge in the courts."
Howard M. Squadron, chairman
of the AJCongress' commission on
law and social action, said, "We
| are now prepared to proceed with
| our suit to bring to a halt the
i use of Federal funds under the
i Elementary and Secondary Edu-
cation Act (of 1965i to provide
teachers and equipment for sec-
tarian schools."
The case for reversal of the 1923
j ruling was argued before the Su-
| preme Court last March by I^eo
i I'feffer, special counsel to the AJ-
Congress, who was joined before
the bench by Sen. Sam J. Ervin.
Democrat of North Carolina. The
AJCongress' position was upheld
in briefs filed by the National Coun-
cil of Churches, the Council of
Continued on Page 10 A
lighten the heavy burdtr. wl I
you and your family r;\t Niii
made to bear."
Leon Kaplan, president of thfi
Greater Miami Jewish Federate n,
declared in a statemtr: voicing
the grief Of the Jewish K-mmur.il/
"We prayerfully hope *.ha: U
brutal act will unite i o) < j
country in a resolve ; ; u1 :m i '
to violence as a means ol setl
tht differences that e>.i-: ;<;< i
us. Each hi us must now bend out
will to the task of bringing an tin
'o the social and economic ir.",i
tiees that have stilled and de
formed the spirit of tht deprived
peoples among us."
A special memorial prcorarr. hi
tribute to the late Ser. Keor.<'y
was held at the YM-YWrHcV -
Greater Miami this wth. RUfi
Schiff officiated at rh trie* ct-
monies.
Hundreds of YMHA famine! at
tended the tribute program f" Id
in the Main Ballroom Mrs. Bessie Aranoff, honorarj
president of the Senioi Citizens
Friendship Club, addxested the
group.



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Polish Government
Seizes Warsaw's
Yiddish Newspaper
LONDON (JTAPolish author-
ities have in effect taken over con-
trol of the Warsaw Yiddish paper,
Polkstimme, which has been with-
out an editor since the official anti-
Jewish campaign began in Poland
several months ago. it was learned
here th.s week.
According to reports from War-
saw. th< Folkstimme's editor,
llersh Smolar. was removed from
liis post by the Jewish Social and
Cultural Association, which pub-
lishes t.t'- paper, on orders from
.iiithoritii s.
But tl Association was unable
In find new editor Two staff
niemlx who were offered the job
decline) and the paper is now be-
g run collectively by the staff
th "g dance" frum higher up.
'i H- "g lance" consists of filling
in columns with communiques of
le official Polish Press Agenc)
iPAP) which are translated into
Yiddish But there is no editorial
comment and the paper's stand-
rds have declined appreciably.
'cordinf to the reports.
It was also reported that the
Kolkstimme has stopped printing
news from Israel and other Jewish
communities abroad, which it had
been doing for 20 years. The only
JewM MWS appearing now covers
activities of Communist front
groups
Arrangements for summer camp
for Jewis.i children in Poland were
not made this year after the Polish
Kducation Ministry withdrew ap-
proval for such camps. In prior
years, the summer period was used
for rest, recreation and instruction
in Jewish history and other fields
to till gaps in the regular school
programs. The Education Ministry
reportedly asserted that the camp
program* "fostered affinities with
foreign countries and alien ideas."
1. WltS ARKIN
Herut Convention Votes
To Stay in Government
JERUSALEM (JTAi-The right-
wing Herut party ended its ninth
national convention thi> week with
an overwhelming vote to remain in
Prime Minister Iv-bkol's coalition
government.
Herut, aligned with some mem-
bers of the Liberal party, com-
prises the Gahal faction in that
government. Menachem Beigin.
the Herut party's vetaran leader.
was reelected party chairman.
Herut has differed sharply with
the government over the strategies
used to seek a peace settlement
with the Arabs
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JERUSALEM fWNS) East Je-
rusalem will soon have a new
Arab-Ian. age daily, to be edited
li\ a forr.er member of the Arabic
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Arkin To Head Budget Committee
Attorney and Jewish communal
leader L Jules Arkin has been ap-
pointed chairman of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's 1968-69
Budget Committee. Leon Kaplan.
Federation president, who made
the announcement, also named
Walter S. Falk as vice chairman.
Mr. Arkin will direct the alloca-
tion of over S2.000.000 in 1969 to
44 local, national and overseas
agencies. These funds come main-
ly from the Combined Jewish Ap-
peal and the United Fund
A Miami Beach resident. Mr.
Arkin came up through the ranks
and was vice chairman of the com-
mittee this past year, serving un-
ier Harry B. Smith, chairman. Mr.
Arkin was the recipient of the
Presidents' Leader-hip Award foi
1967 for outstanding service. He
has also been a member of the
Federation's Executive Committee,
chairman Of the Combined Jewish
Appeal Lawyers Division, and is a
oast president ol the Miami Beach
Kiwanis Club
He is a director ol the Sustaining
Board of Fellows of Mount Sinai
Hospital, vice president and mem-
ber of the Board of Governors of
the Miami Beach Chamber of Com-
merce.
The vice chairman, Walter S.
Falk, was recently appointed to
he Executive Committee of the
Jewish Federation and is the in-
coming president of the Jewish
Family and Children's Service. He
is also chairman of the Community
Chaplaincy Service advisory com-
mittee, and president of the South
Florida Mortgage Brokers Associa
tion.
Members of the important Budg-
et Committee analyze the financial
needs of the beneficiary agencies
after exhaustive studies of each.
Last year's budget committee allo-
cated $2,134,000. Individual alloca-
tions for 1968 will be announced
shortly by the Federation's 44
agencies.
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Volume 41
Friday, June 14, 1968
18 SFVAN
Number 24
Despite Tragedy The
Cause Must Not Fail
Once aqain our nation has suffer-
ed a traqic and irreparable loss as
mother of our finest younq leaders
' CM Cat down by an assassin's bullet.
In his strivinq for a better future
::r all mankind. Sen. Robert F. Ken
r.edv devoted his efforts toward deal-
er, q with the ills that plaque our na-
tion acd the world.
He was one of the nation's lead-
.r.g advocates of a just civil riqhts
rrograrr. and he did not hesitate to
soea-c out on any issue affectinq
reopie cf all races and creeds.
His sincere concern for the under-
rrivileied people or nations was well
-mown and his strivinq for peace in
" iet Nam as well as in other parts
;: the world was motivated bv his
renuine compassion for humanity.
He was, above all, a champion of
raual ;ustice and opportunity for all.
Man.v of Sen. Kennedy's views on
:.ie Middle East have become widely
.:nowr. in recent months when he was
;ctivelv seekinq the Democratic JW\r
nomination for the presidency.
Most recently he stressed the United States
rommitrr.ent to Israel and called for the Ameri-
can government to furnish Israel with the 50
e-ts needed to balance Communist arms ship
ents to the Arabs.
"Our Country," he declared in a major state-
ment on the Middle East, "must make our policy
c.ear. We have in the past and must continue
to insist that Israel's existence is secure, that
she will not die, that she will not be conquered,
that the United States will take whatever steos
ere necessary to preserve her existence. We
believe without question or qualification in Is-
rael 3 riqht to live and we must support that
relief."
But his interest in Israel did not beqin with
the needs of the political campaian. As early
cs 194"7. a year before the State of Israel was
established. Sen. Kennedy visited Palestine as
c reporter for the Boston Post and hied stories
that were favorable to the lewish struqqle for
independence.
As a Cabinet member under his brother.
President John F. Kennedy, he played a key
role in the President's policies towaid Israel
policies in which personal appeals were direct-
ed to Arab leaders to neqotiate a permanent
ceace settlement with Israel, and which result-
ed in the shipment to Israel of Hawk anti-air-
craft Missiles, radar and other military aid. It
was also durinq this period that development
assistance to Israel increased to record levels.
Nor did his sincere friendship toward Israel
prevent him from recoqnizinq the true needs of
the Arab peoples.
Durinq the Middle East crisis last June he
declared: "Let us also hold out our hand of
friendship to the Arab peoples, so lonq livinq in
poverty and disease and misery, so lonq the
tools of irresponsible propaqanda, so lonq the
qreatest losers from the military adventures of
their leaders."
Apparently it was because of his outspoken
support of justice and human riqhts that Robert
F. Kennedy was shot down so early in a pro-
misinq ccreer of leadership.
But while the assassin's bullet succeeded in
puttinq a cruel end to the life of one of the
most couraneous and imaqinative men of our
time, the principles and ideals he valued will
never be forqotten
e
Advocates Of Terror
The suspect in custody in a Los Anqeles jail,
charqed with the brutal murder of Sen. Robert
F. Kennedy, has been described as a Jerusalem-
bom Jordanian who had been active in the
Organization of Arab Students at Pasadena
State Colleqe in California.
Under our American system of justice, th
suspectSirhan Bishara Sirhanis presumec
innocent until proven quilty with a court ant
jury to decide on the facts of the case.
Any conclusions based on the backqroun
and character of the suspect, therefore, woulc
not be valid until the courts decide on Sirhan'^
quilt or innocence.
In the aftermath of the shootinq, however,
the destructive role of the Arab propaqandist.
in this country has become clear indeed.
On leaminq that the suspect was a nativ
of Jordan, M. T. Mehdi. secretary qeneral of th'
Action Committee on American-Arab relation
and the leadinq Arab propaqandist in th:
country, lost no time in "exolainina" the shoo:
inq as stemminq from "the frustration of man
Arabs with American politicians who have sol-
the Arab rxsople of Palestine to the Zionist Jew-
ish voters."
Mr. Mehdi. who has been allowed to o
about his vindictive wirk in this comtrv f"
many years, could not condemn what h* calle-
"the act of Mr. Sirhan" without eaua'lv con
demnhv "the fact that Sen. Kennedv he--
cewtowed to the Zionist Dressure to the detriment
of America interest in the Middle East."
In spite of the fact that Mehdi crefaced hi
views by declarinq that he was "appalled" a
the murder and that he cculd not condon- i
he proceeded to expound the doctrine of ven
aence and bloodshed that has aiiided the E
Fatch terrorists since the early days of Israel
statehood.
His statement exposes the Orqanizfirjn r
Arab Students for what it reallv is an Am-r-
Zn STCi 2f ?\D Fa,ah ,3rrori3, orqmiio
tion dedicated to the aospel of violence.
Accordinq to information comn'ied by the
Anti-Defamcion Leaoue of B'nai B'rith tW
are some 8,000 Arab students in this coun.r"
orqanized in mo th"-, 100 h'-----ho, on ,..,<
leae campuses. At their disposal is an annual
budqet of S100.000 used main'v for ItaJSta
ticn of orcpaqanda materials.
For years, the Arab students have been
accepting the hospi.alitv of our shores onl^E
embark on an oraanized or^ram of defama-
tion^ insult and incitement which could have nc
other result than outriqht violence.
ImlKjUt SVS,ema,ic ha,d aimed at
Israe and Zionists, an'i Semitism is the rule
At a time when our entire nation is struqa'^
SL^SS! WlU\ ,ence venerated from our
2 ?: th! ,mPrted H Fatah variety
cannot be tolerated. '
J\LtUr of \f*ct ly
JOSEPH ALSOP
A New Beginning
WASHINGTON The muffled
drums, the solemn, irrevocable
words, the mourning throng, the
house high upon the slope from
where Robert E. Lee went off to
lead the South, the grave below
where lies the older brother, al-
ready a world-myththese were
enough to make all feeling men
think long and hard about begin-
nings and about endings.
Two endings, two tragic, hardly
bearable ends wrought by mind-
less, hateful violence, inevitably
filled the forefront of the mind.
John F. Kennedy and Robert F.
Kennedy had stood together, in a
brighter time, for an America
higher in purpose, richer in good-
ness, purged of injustice and dark
error. And then, for a little while.
Robert Kennedy had stood alone.
Horribly Wrong
Thinking of these endings that
have impoverished our poor
America, remembering the bright
promises so cruelly aborted, re-
flecting on where we might now
be if these two were still stand-
ing together in our forefront, the
first impulse, in truth, was to con-
clude that something had gone so
fatally, finally, horribly wrong
with our country that no remedy
would serve.
But thy, they more than any
others would never have accept-
ed that conclusion.' Their patriot-
ism was fervent and inspiring;
and it was a practical patriotism.
For rhemt, hope had to be trans-
muted into action: for thaen, as-
piration always led to deeds. And
above all, they were never, ever,
ready to accept defeat.
So on that crowded hillside,
populated by so many noble
ghost*, the mind shifted to begin-
ningsto the beginning, more
particularly, that we now ought
to make in America in order to
cure our nation's ills before it is
too late. That is what, that is all
Ihty would have been thinking
about, had they been spared to
us. So let the beginning now be
made, if you like, in memory of
with compassion, is where *|
Americans must make thi> -ie
beginning, and on it. one can
have no doubt, the future heaiu
of our America depends.
Stress On School
s
He did well to put such .
sis on the matter of the schools;
for it is just this matter that
caused all the efforts, all the
intentions, all the heav> o
of these last 10 years to go .,
for nothing, like water po
upon the desert's thirsty sands
All Americans, and perhaps
above all. the sensible black
Americans, must realize that
there can never be a successful
new beginning while Mgregal it
by deficient education is added
to the handicap of segregation by
race.
Any effort, any outlay, any -,,c-
rifice will be mere bread upon the
national waterswill be repaid 10
times, nay 20 times overif :he
children of the ghettos, both ;:
ban and rural, can only begin to
be educated as other American
children are educated.
Rare Problem
There is no doubt where we
should begin. In California and in
Oregon, in the little Nebraska
towns that have hardly heard of
the race problem, in South Da-
kota, with no black face visible
among the comfortable faces of
the farming people in the crowds.
Robert Kennedy stressed the
same theme with a passion that
can never be forgotten.
In the ghettos." he would cry,
"only three in 10 graduate from
high school; and those who do
graduate are on average still
reading at eighth-grade level."
Then he would cite other grim
statistics, on jobs, on health and
the like. And then, punching one
hand into the other for emphasis,
he would say: "I don't think that's
acceptable; I don't think that's
satisfactory; and if I'm elected
President I'm going to do some-
thing about it!"
There, right there, at the very
point he stressed so heavily in
that rough, flat voice vibrating
And while we make these effon-
and these outlays io rear the ne
seed corn of a truly integrated
America, we must also do ah
those other things that need do-
ing, to create jobs, to provide
housing, to replace the sordid
welfare system, that were other
main themes of Robert Kennedy's
last campaign.
Cause Of Violence
There was no need for Presi-
dent Johnson to appoint his com-
mission to inquire into violence
in this country, as an unhappy
and sincere response to Robert
Kennedy's death. The cause of
violence in America can be stated
in one word: race that word
which now gives rise to so much
injustice and discrimination and
black ani*cr and sheer, hysterical
follj. Wipe out the racial differ-
ences which now tear at our vital!
and the violence will be wiped out
as well.
So let "something be done
about it." as Robert Kenned;
kept repeating. Let there be no
half-measures and no quarter-
measures. Lg| the new beginning
be both bold and practical, !>oth
grandly conceived and pragmat-
ically directed. If that much can
be managed. Robert Kennedy will
not have died in vain.
Copyrttrh. <<> 17. Tfie Wasl-l':'
P..si (',, r-.strlbuted b> l- A.f\-


Friday. June 14. 1968
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lEnERS TO THE EDITok
Lauds Israel Position
U.S. Seeks To Plav Down Arab Links
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
It is easy to understand the re-
cent Arab protest against Israel's
Independence Day Parade. How in
*Jif.. world can President Nasser
watch a nation whom he promised
complete extermination now pa-
rading victoriously and displaying
all the captured weapons?
It is rebia&able how Nasser all
of a sudden is defending the honor
of the United Nations. His outrage
Jews And Moslems
Battle In Paris
PARIS UTA) Jews and Mos-
lems battled each other with pav-
,ng stones, bottles and fists in the
Belleville quarter of Paris this
week. Police arrest "d 14 persons.
An undetermined number were in-
jured and at least 12 stores and
raids in the neighborhood were
iked. Some were plundered.
The strife erupted suddenly in a
cafe where Jews and Moslems were
playing cards. A Moslem crowd
.-mashed the front door of a syna-
gogue and tried to burn the build-
ing but were prevented by police,
who said there was no previous
record of violence between Jews
and and Moslems in Paris. They
attributed the fighting to the idle-
ness and unre.-t stemming from
the two-week-old general strike in
France.
I: is believed that most or all
cf he Jews involved were jmmi-
rraits from North Africa, some of
whom lived in Israel before mov-
;ng to France. Some 15.000 Tu-
-i-ian Jews live in Belleville.
Bor lion Increases Budget
TEL AVIV (WNS) Bar Ilan
University, anticipating an enroll-
ment of 1.000 additional students,
chiefly from abroad, has adopted a
aecial S847.000 building budget in
addition to the regular budget of
$0,974,000. it was announced this
week following a meeting of the
institution's board of trustees.
The total university building
btii'iret is S4.640.000.

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I over Israel nil heeding fhe advice
of the UN. is indescribable.
True, he no longer speaks of
Israel's complete annihilation, but
| the words he ocd a year ago are
-till ringing in his ears.
Israel remembers well all the
I empty promises when the United
Nations partitioned Israel and the
British Mandate came to an end;
| five Arab nations chose that time
to viciously attack the Jewish
state.
Israel remembers well the 1956
Sinai campaign which could have
-topped Nasser's dreams forever,
and cannot forget the help Nasser
received from the so-called peace
loving nations.
Israel remembers well Jaffe and
Hebron, and the innocent children
who were torn to pieces by bombs
planted in school buses by the
Arabs. She is well aware of some
high ranking foreign advisers of
friendly governments who are im-
bued with anti-Semitic feelings,
and are willing to forget Nassers
burning of an American library,
and his public invitation to Amer-
ica, who had just sent him millions
of dollars worth of supplies, to
jump into the sea!
Every peace move of Israel gave
the shrewd and tricky Nasser
nore courage to prepare the prom-
ised grave\ard. Twenty years of
existence proved to the honest
world that Israel could change the
Middle East into a blooming gar-
den of plenty for everybody. Is-
rael's twenty years of open doors
for sick, poor and unskilled Jews
has transformed a land of malaria
and cholera into a haven for the
less fortunate Jews from all parts
of the world.
Scrutinizing all the facts, Israel
; came to the conclusion it should
j try hard for peace but be ready for
; all contingencies: they would cry
i over their dead but celebrate their
victories with the confidence that
! Israel was here to stay and will
1 pursue peace and culture in the
Middle East.
JOSEPH P. ZUCKERMAN
Continued from Page 1-A
Action Committee on American-
Arab relations, an Arab propa-
ganda iroup, told the press that
the shooting "reflects the frustra-
tions cf mar/ Arabs with Ameri-
can politicians who have sold the
Arabs of Palestine to the American
Jewish voters" and that Sirhan
'may have been inflamed" by
trongly pro-Israel statements Sen.
Kennedy made or June 1 in a tele-
vision debate with Sen. Eugene
McCarthy, the Minnesota Democrat
who competed in the California
primary, when Sen. Kennedy urged
that the United States send 50
Phantom jets to Israel.
Dr. Mehdi said such "disrespect
for the Arab person brings about
this violence.'' He added. "We con-
demn the fact that Sen. Kennedy
Kowtowed to Zionist pressure to
:he detriment of American inter-
ests in the Middle East, as we
condemn the act of Mr. Sirhan."
Press comment in the Arab
states was varied, some expressing
regret over the murder. Al Kifah, a
Beirut newspaper, expressed the
view that the slaying was a "Jew-
ish plot" designed to prevent Sen.
. Kennedy from reaching the White
j House where he would allegedly
have discovered that "the Jews"
were responsible for the murder
of his brother. President John F.
Kennedy.
Israelis, who were stunned by
lews of the shooting of Sen. Ken-
nedy, reacted with profound sor-
row this week as they learned of
the senator's death. News of the
assassination attempt, and identifi-
cation of the accused gunman as a
Palestinian Arab from what was
formerly the Jordanian sector of
Jerusalem, made banner headlines
and crowded virtually all other
news off the front pages.
Classes in Israeli schools were
I interrupted by the news. Teachers
1 set aside the day's lessons and
; gave their pupils impromptu talks
.on Sen. Kennedy and his family.
Prime Minister Levi Eshkol. who
had cabled Israel's wishei fw t
senator's recovery to the KenneC
family and President Jo,-..- st
la message of condolence. fray*/?
were said in synagogue- throuf
out the country tor the senator a
his family.
In Los Angeles, the '.-.:-:<
Jerusalem-born Arab stutitnl
han Bishara Sirhan, i> : rM
as the assailant. He w..- rein
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to his love for the people of Israel and the land of Isrie *nd
WHEREAS the Baal Shem Tov Forest is under the spcrscship
of the Baal Shem Tov Forest Honorary World Chairman, HSe
Hon. Zalman Shazar, President of the State of Israel and,
WHEREAS Greater Miami is privileged to have in !t r-Sdst
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Afeu? 'Tzedakah Fund'Is
Launched By Federation
EDWARD CO HEW

Psychic Rigor Mortis
ii ; don't understand Marshall
1 ,i : ban fully, at least he pro
led some insights into what the
ci mmunications technology
ii ant i" our lives.
-The price of eternal vigi-
he h.t> written, is indiffer
over the last weekend it
n uncd to me that we have l
i a nation served by profes
. rial mourners.
\t the old Jewish ccmpteriev
paid mourner took care ol
m imental grief; surely, radio
. id television provided us with
- convenient service
\t ?merid l>^ the technical
II oi the modern media, we
- n forgot what we came for
drama as all.
Ve "f the TV age are cool.'
- HcLuhan, and a goo I thi
- "For in. nj people, this cool
-\ stem bi rigs on a lifelong
le ol psychic rigor morn-, oi
mnabulism, particularly ob-
i \ bis in pet iods ol new tech
\": othersise, ere we to
p| fully e\( ry -hock to our
vi i ii- structures of awareness
m would be nervous wrecks, do-
ng double takes and pressing
buttons every minute.
without understanding all that
\cl.uhan is trying to say. in sim-
ple terms it is that human be-
havior is altered by the techno-
logical advances that extend
man's power
Who can -a> that in an age of
advertising, of direct mail acces-
sibility, that the opportunity and
power to kill are given everyone
i 'h the ambition to send an
i r blank in an envelope and
thus become part Of the ynn
technology?
Those who are unable to un
i -land the kind oi world we now
e ii help to doom us old Spes
-iid L. Holland, one ol our IS
senators, i- a fair example of the
generation gap which finds.
Ig other things, rural Anier
in conflict with our highlj
lanized societj with predict
e reaction occasioned by the
i htening ne technology
sychic rigor mortis, or of som-
nabulism, particularly obser\
able."
No, said Holland alter the death
of Iti berl Kennedy, there is no
reason to change my mind on gun
legislation (which he opposed).
The da> before the death ol the
man who sought so well to inter
pret the meaning ol our times.
lhe Congressional Record pub-
lished a speech made bj Holland
in Georgia, in which he attacked
"the huge burden of domestic
welfare programs, many of them
socialistic the mass of ill
considered civil rights legislation
. relating to schools, so-called
fair employment controls, anti-
discrimination voting controls"
bj the Federal government. Not
to say his continued opposition
to the principle ol one-man. one
vote and the Uth Amendment
\. one can challenge Lyndon
Johnson's sincerity in decrying
'he spirit oi violence which i-
abroad in the nation, nor in his
appointment oi another commis
-ion ti studj the problem
In our "rational" way. many of
ii- would saj simply to him,
"Stop our own violence against
the people Ol Viet Nam and set
an example for the country and
the wen id. be a light unto the na
tions." But in a new book, called
The Violent Peace." it appears
to be the nature oi a human being
to turn on his fellow creature,
and the authors show that while
no single war has been declared
in the last 20 years, there has
been no peace, either
Violence." wrote Ibn Gabirol.
breeds violent succession."
It is painful to think about, but
can anyone doubt that it was the
Middle East conflict that spawned
the hate-filled youth who killed
Koberl Kennedy" Can anyone
doubt that it is the continued sale
ol guns, the buildup of fear, that
breeds the daily list ol gun-deaths
to the benefit of onlj the prof-
iteer.- in human lives''
Lasl week, a 17 year old whom
we wuild describe as a dropout
from societj made n plain to us
that he fell no special concern
for the death of Robert Kennedy
because thai very day. in Viet
Nam and other places, many
The executive board of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
has voted to set up a special
Tzedakah Fund" to cover the
many special needs not now taken
are ol by the Combined Jewish
Vppeal and the Israel Bmergencj
Fund.
The board will determine which
it the needs, such as scholarships,
-peeiai equipment for the handi-
appecl, etc., will benefit from the
mone) collected in the fund,
Emphasis will be on a person-to-
person type of aid which will spe-
cifically help deserving individ-
uals who cannot otherwise receive
assistance.
Contributions to the new Fund
will he accepted from those who
. ish 10 -;ive in honor of a joyous
Occasion such a- a liar Mitzvah. or
to memorialize one who has made
an outstanding contribution to his
other men were dying violently.
His way of litea Jewish way,
he said, based on brotherhood.
peace and justice taught in Re-
11 [ious Schoolamounted to with-
drawal, like Spessard Holland,
into ;i past which is no longer
possible for mosl of us.
"Psychic rigor mortis." equally
as paralyzing as know-nothing
conservatism, would seem to be
the way out for most of us. Hyp-
notized by the television produc
tions of war and death, stunned
by the speeded uj) impact of
events through the wonder of
electronic-, we fail to hear the
bells that toll.
community or country. The fund
may also be used to honor the
memory of a deceased person.
When a gilt is made, a card with
the name of the donor is sent to
the person or family ol those hon-
ored. It is planned that the names
ii those making gifts to the Tze-
dakah Fund, as well as those in
tvhose name the gift is made, will
be publicized at a later date bj
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On Problems Of Urban Crisis
Delegate* representing Creator
Miami Jewiab Federation will join
with representatives of Jawlah fed-
erations throughout the country in
a meeting Friday in New York
aimed at dealing with problems of
the nation's urban eriaii
to grapple "actively with th prob-
lem of povsrty," to work in clota
cooperation with other Jewish and
non-tectarian organizations and
with urban coalitions, to bring to
responsible officials of government
the depth of support for the needed
measures, and to promote specific
projects using the expertise of Fed-
The special conference is spon-
sored by the Council of Jewish Fed- rations and their agencies
orations and Welfare Funds, the
national body ol 222 central Jewish
community organizations in the
United States and Canada.
Taking part on behalf of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
will be Robert Russell, a Federa-
tion vice president, and Arthur S.
Rosicharv executive director.
The delegates will pool their ex-
perience and plans in an effort to
develop the most effective means
Jewish federal ions, agencies and
organizations can use in dealing
with the urban crisis
The results of the meeting will
be reported to the Council Board
of Directors at its meeting on Sun-
day and will then be made avail-
able to all communities for their
local use.
At its last meeting, the executive
committee of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation endorsed the
position of the CJFVVF board in
support of the report and recom-
mendations of the President's Com-
mission op Civil Disorders.
The report stressed thai than
exists an "unparalleled opportuni-
ty" not only to avoid violence, but
to "make possible a far too-long-
delayed reconstruction of our de-
caying central cities because
of the Report'! specific programs
in education, welfare, employment
and housing."
The Board called on all commu-
nities to "respond constructively
, to the reporl-because our tradi-
tion of social justice demands it,
because the integrity and well-
being of Jewiab communal life re-
quires a just American society, and
because we must continue to be
fully involved with others in
strengthening democratic rights."
The Council asked Federations
Israt-I Honors Two
l"'or Saving .!>*!
Federation! will bring to the
national planning inciting their ex
perience with I varied and in-
creasing number of actions on the
urban crisis, in close cooperation
with their functional agencies and
with their community relations
councils and committees:
e Philadelphia'! Federation of
Jewish Agencies tias committed
$150,000 for three years to help
deal with inner-city needs A full-
time staff person has been ap-
pointed and a top level committee
lias been organized to guide the
program The Young Men's Serv-
ice Committee will undertake spe-
cial projects, such as business
loans, job finding and counseling
e The Cleveland Jewish Commu-
nity Federation provides $25,000
yearly from the endowment fund
for a three-year program. The new
Negro Community Federation is
patterned in part after the Jewish
Federation. Concentration is on ed-
ucational and vocational counsel-
ing of over 1.000 high school stu-
dents, tutoring, physical training,
government-financed Neighborhood
Youth Corps jobs at Jewish Bgen
cies, study-hall help, and Junior
Achievement groups. Volunteers
i-dine from the gamut of groups in
the Jewish and Negro communi-
ties.
The Pittsburgh Federation
Board has made a first appropri-
ation of $25.(KM) from endowment
or campaign funds: $10,000 will
rehabilitate i Federation owned
building to be furnished rent-free
to an OKT-type vocational project
Another $15,000 will help Involve
Jewish and non-Jewish agencies in
special Inner-city program!
e Detroit has earmarked 15,000
for part time staff to develop Inner
city programs Projects currently
planned will i> provide scholar-
ships to inner city residents select
,'d by Jewish communit) agencies;
2) move 25 families from the inner
city at I three to four year cost ol
$25,000 and :t> Initiate an apart
men! house project for 200 oldei
people of limited Income.
e The Combined Jewish Philan
thropies of Boston has donated to
the Negro community two build
ings. valued at $1,125,000, lor cul
tural and educational development
e The Buffalo United Kedera
tion leaders have joined church.
synagogue and run groups in ex
panalon of housing opportunities
through person to person and oilier
contacts. A housing development
corporation is being formed
under similar sponsorship, includ
ing business with Federation lo
furnish part of the $250,000 need
money envisioned
A number of Federation pro
grams are in the planning la ic
dealing with actions to blip io
strengthening the local I rban Co
alitions, specific project and aid
in organizing and li......ng a ilafl
D0GMCIHG
POST TIME B.OOPM
aarueoav matini* mo cm
Miami Beach lt.lt.
Slates Patriotic Rally
Diacuaainq plans for the patriotic tallv to bo aponsoioci by
the Miami Peach B'nai B'nth Lodqo at 7:30 p.m.. July 3 at
the Miami Beach Aiuiitoiium ar<> itiom ln): Geotqo W
Valntina>, rally sponsor; Councilman Paul BwidTman. rally
chairman; Malcolm Fiomboiq. picsuloiit. Miami B B'nai B'rith l.odqe, and Samuel Pascoo. piesulont ol the
B'nai B'rith Council ol South Florida Uxlqen.
Construction Starts On Negev Pipeline
TEL AVIV (JTA1 The Mckorot
Water to has won a contract to
construct I 42 inch pipeline that
.-.ill carry oil from Bllal on the
Huh oi Vkaba to Aahdod on the
Mediterranean coast
Construction costs are estimated
at about $12 million apart from
materials The contract stipulates
thai the work must be completed
within eight months and to days.
.nut construction is expected In
.In I ill two M rilis
The pi|ieline will bypass the
The annual Patriotic Itallx >>l
Miami Beach B'nai B'rtlB I ndge
No 151)1 Will be held tins vcai it
the 7 SO i> m Wednesday July 5,
in I he Miami Beach Auditorium
Admission to the Independence
Da> celebration is free
Sponsored s a communit) ef\
ice l>\ Chase Federal Savings and
loan Association, the rallj will he
addressed by Rep Panic Faseell
The musical program will In
elude an orchestral concert under
the direction of R.irnelt Brccskm
and vocal selection! by Judith Rob
inaOD, Joan Slorr and '
laaacs, accompanied bj I Ins Mad
daford
Presentation ol colors ill In
I dude the Jewish w.u Veterans and
Miami Beach Vice Mayor Joseph
Malek singing the star Spangled
Banner
Following the Invocation i>\ Ret
It Wiley Scott, pastor of Miami
Beach Community Church, Miaou
Beach Mayor.lav Dcrmcr will give
the welcoming address
A Prayer for Peace will be re
cited i>\ Father David l! Russell,
pastor ol si Francis De Sale-
Sue/ Canal and will avoid the long '
tanker voyage around Africa. Is-
raeli official! said in Jerusalem
Mi.it the two West German steel
firms that contracted to supply the
pipe tor the Bllal Ashdod line -
Thysscn and Mannesman have so
fur failed to give a satisfactory
repl) concerning then- alleged wr
render to the Aral) boycott of Is
rail The two firms wen- reported
to have advised the Arab boycott
office in tteirut thai Ihej would
make no future business deals with (hurch. and the benediction at the
Israel close of the program will be given
h> Rabbi David Raab ol Beth
Raphael nni ri si Ion
t ,Mm.iiin.m Paul Setderman the
no idem de.: .t Dlstrli t (trend
i odge \o .^ ii M.H B'rith di be
chairman .>t Ihe evening rhe pro
n .mi ,i .lev eloped bj i commit
lee headed h\ Samuel Pi ne
pii-.iiii'ui oi R'nal ii nib Council of
smith Florida i odges Malcolm
i i omhei ii, pi I'si.irni oi Miami
llraeh H net B'rith t od i No I Ol
ii ,i I,, i i go \\ Valentine vice
prealdi nl nl l has,- Fedei si Sat
in--, and I nan v ot lal Ion
,|W \ Rettohitioiiii
(arotiu To Report
Reaolutionn oo law and order,
\inei i. .m suppoi i nl 1st ael, ea
ii mil .t i iniiiiii : ioi public office,
,m.i combat paj for Ihe aimed
forces will be among those lo !
present) Department ol Florida, Jewish
\\ .ii \ .-til .ins opening June II it
iin- Rareelona Hotel. Miaou Beach
\m-.ii, K peidie member ol Ihe
i\\\ national executive commit
lee, i in ii in .i ii ol tin Department
nl Kim uli.....mint Ions rommlttee
l It he i I'liniinillee members In
. In.I. Col \itbiii Conn. Ralph
i ;i osi in.in I .on I' it Mill, i and
h v in Sli'inhet
Record Enrollment
Is Predicted For
Hebrew Academy
\ record enjrollmenl in the lie
l.i.H \cademy of tlresler Miami
wai predicted Ihla week for the
iPMt-tw s.hooi year bj Rabbi AIM
hi.in s Sragg, prineipal ot th#
la) aehool which was eatahUahed
i'ii years l|B Will d> *tuilenl
Current enrollment I" W '" IB*
nursery, elementary and Junior
in ii s.hooi dlvlatona
Rabbi QrOM SiW that rel I ion tor the coining year hM al
read) bpen stalled and will eon
llnue Ihiough June
I .mis Merwltiei. prenidrnt of
Hi,- \i ..d.niv. saM the sakgajl'i
in.mi problem was in fmd spaee for
ill,' additional itudenta -irking to
iilii lie announced plans lo reno-
vals the Olga sod Margaret We|a
haui l tilth School for 'in U during
the summer month* Thirty aeven
nis are currently enrolled In the
high school
The Academy malnlalM a fleat
ot I.' btaei t" tiansport ntudeaU
11oni all part* Of Dade County, snd
mim's lunchaj daily.
Three parallel claatsa are malo-
I.lined lor all six elementary
iradei with the noaalbuit| of a
i,miiHi lust grade tligg opening
next fall ii enrollmeal should war-
i ant
Rabbi Qroea said that the chool
is also iiiiisiilerlng the opi'iilng of
a lull da) nursery
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One family who aided Jews durin
Hie .N.i/i mrcupation cij iijiv mi
1943 and 1944. were awarded gold
medals bv Ambassador Ehud Av-
riel of Israel.
The recipients were Armin Wag.
ner, who helped many Jews es-
cape the deportation roundups,
and Mario Elina Santorini. of
Florence, whose family protected
Jews in hiding. Mr. Santorini said
he always considered his family's
actions as normal behavior. Mr
Wagner, in a brief emotional re-
sponse, said he could not accept
thanks because it was he himself
who should be thankful to the
Jews.
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Friday. June 14. 1968
High Court Backs Sectarian School Aid
HOBH
Mr. and Mrs. Ben-hard r:,ecmon comp.ete payment for a
grove of 1.000 trees in the Jewish National Fund's Baal Shem
Tov Forest, by ruining over a SI,000 Israel 3ond to Bernard
Silver (right who init.ated the project.
JMF Starts Drive For Israel Forest
:;.ted near Salad, Israel
Mr. Silver has personally paid
for the planting of 25.000 trees in
th< fi rest ami has raised contribu-
tions fur an additional 200.000
rees
The .INK has called on Miatnians
i" plant live- in the Baal Shem
est t" mark special oeca-
sions, particularly during the
month of June.
The Jewish National Fund of
Greater Miami has launched an
tensn e can paign during the
nth of June in support of its
Bjecl aimed at planting 1.000.000
- in the Baal Shem Tot Fi
i Israel. The drive marks the
^ ahrzett of the founder of Hassidic
a ism in Eastern Europe. The
il Shem Tot Forest project
il a ted bj Bi rnard S'lver. a sixth
I 'neration descendant of the lias-
leader.
Israel President Zalman sfiazar
: honorary world chairman of the
project for the forest which is lo-
Million In 'Tefillin' D.ive
NEW YORK i.ITA-Nearly one
ion Jews around the world have
een given "the opportunity to ob-
rve the mitzvah of tefillin."
i tany of them for the first time,
. a result of the campaign in-
8d by Rubbi Menuilu-m M
Scheerson. the Lubavitcher Rebbe.
' n the eve of the Six-Day Wa.V The
campaign was conducted by the
1 ubavitch Youth Organisation.
any Jews pul on tefillin at the
urn Wall at the youth organi-
/ ition's tefillin booth."
Israel Trade Deficit Is Up
JERUSALEM (ZINSiIn the fir-t
i iur months of 1968 Israel's- trade
< licit mounted to SI 14.000.000
< >mpared to S47.000.000 on the
- ime cutoff date last year, an in-
ease of 143 percent, the central
office ol statistics reported.
Progressive Convention To
Consider Israel Program
NEW YORK (WNS1 Th.- 15th
International Conference of the
World Union tor Progressive Juda-
ism will convene in Jerusalem on
July 3 for a four-da> session, the
chief agenda item of which i cop
cerned with projecting Liberal al-
ternatives to Orthodoxy in Israel.
Announcement of the parley, the
fir>-t of its kind to be held in Israel
in the 42-year history of the or
gaaisatfan, was made by Rabbi
Jacob K. Shankman. president,
who said the conference will also
deal with the relation of the Pro-
gressive movement to the Jewish
State.
The sessions will be held at the
Hebrew University, the Hebrew-
Union College and the Har El Syn-
agogue, with Prime Minister Levi
! Eshkol and other Israeli dignitaries
slated to address the 200 delegates.
The World Union fosters the
growth of Reform and Liberal Ju-
daism.
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Registration will be taken for the Fall term
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Rsftt School officers and all of the
national member agencies of the
Vational Community Relations .-vi-
rigors Council except the Union of
jnhodox Jewish Congregations
The decision on the New York
Slat, textbook law involved a lest
ease brought by two local schools,
bne In the Albanj area and the
>;her on Long Island. The -
had argued that the 1963
Saw promoted compulsory taxation
support religious training.
Justice B -for the six-man majority in the de-
cision said. "We cannot aqree ...
'hat all teaching in sectarian
schools is rsl'.iious or that the
processes of secular or religious
training are so intertwined that
textbooks furnished by the public
are in fact ir-.trumental in the
teaching of religion." He noted that
such services as fire and police
protection and sewage systems are
of value to parochial schools but
do not amount to support of re-
ligion in violation of the Constitu-
tion.
Justice White added that the
Supreme Court "ha-; long recog
nixed that private education has
played and is playing a significant
role in raising national levels of
knowledge, competence and expe
rience "
arate dissents were written
by Justices Abe Portas, Hugo Black
and William 0. Douglas
The Federal government spends
S41!> million a year under the 1965
i i mentary and Secondary School
Education Act to provide special
education programs for student.- in
parochial schools.
Edwin .1 Lukas, general counsel
of the American Jewish Commit-
tee, commenting on the textbook
case. said. "We cannot conceal our
disappointment over the decision
upholding the constitutionality of
the New York law which requires
the loan of secular textbooks to re-
ligious school pupils. In our view.
it may be a serious blow to those
Biscayne Track To
Feature All-Florida
Championship Race
^ Interest is growing in the All-
Florida Championshipfirst of the
rich stakes on the Biscayne Dog
T. ack schedule
For this 26th running of the All-
Florida, the purse value will reach
a new high ol close to $40,000. In
addition, the winner will run
against the best dog from Wonder-
land Park in a SIO.OOO winner-take-
all match race and the first four'
finishers will compete against a
tram of Irish greyhounds in the
S25.UOO added lush American
Championship.
First eliminations will bo run
June 21 and June 22 with the
semifinals on June 26 and the final
on June 29.
who believe church and state must
remain separate This decision
could open the floodgates to addi-
tional substantial public assistance
to sectarian schools."
Tin AJComniittee was one of
the ot ns which filed a
friend ol the-court brie! in th< i
The Nation il Jew lh Commis-
sion on Law ai I Publii Affairs, an
Orthodox organization winch tub
mitted a brie! favoring the law,
said it was ighted with the de-
cision
Tin is a "major \ ictor)
in the struggle to win fair treat
menl school children
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New Approach Urged
At Zionist Congress
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do not feel any loyalty to their
iwn countries can only with difli-
. ulty be brought to the quest for
-i If-rcalization as Jews. Zionism
*ill have to learn a new intellec-
tual and spiritual language if it
wants to appeal to the 20th century
jroung minds. All the discussions
.!i who should handle immigration
or absorption do not even begin to
touch the real problem involved in
aliyab which are the consequences
i| the revolutionary character of
period." Dr. Goldmann said.
The Zionist leader's reference
>., to debates and arguments dur-
ing the months preceding the Con-
gress' opening about the future role
: the Jewish Agency in immigra-
i and the absorption Of new
ners
Only this week, the Cabinet an-
nounced that it had decided to
i tablish an absorption ministry to
.idle that aspect of aliyah. A
^cvernment spokesman said that
-he government and the Jewish
ncy would work out joirly the
ni listry will function.
lewish Agency leaders have in
eel on a formula wherebj the
\ ncy would retain responsibility
ii the initial stages oi absorption
h ch they said, could no1 be di-
"iceil from the process of immi-
gration. The latter would remain a
l( i>h Agency task. The question
>< .wuked out jointly with the
government is where to draw the
me between initial and later ab-
'iiption.
Immigration and absorption are
he principal items on the Congress
lenda, along with a proposal to
rastically reorganize and stream-
line the Jewish Agency so that it
in more efficiently handle its
'.isks. one aspect of the program
- reduction of the number of de-
pa tiuents in Israel In nine and in
In United Stales in five with a
'esultant reduction in the number
" members of the Executive.
One veteran member, Mrs. Rose
Haiprin, of New York, who is chair-
man of the American Section of
"He Jewish Agency, has already
asked to be relieved of her post,
ne Jewish Telegraphic Agency
*arned from a reliable source.
A possible successor, sponsored
i the World Confederation ol
eneral Zionists, i- Mrs. Mortimer
icobson, president of Hadassah, a
'i held by Mrs. Halprin before
she joined the Jewish Agency Ex-
ecutive more than 20 years ami.
Another question expected to be
i hotly debated at the Congress is a
proposal to abolish the office oi
president of the World Zionist Or-
ganization in favor of a form of
collective leadership. Dr. Gold-
mann announced some months ago
that he does not intend to stand
for reelection.
Martyred German Hero
Honored By Berlin Jews
BERLIN The Jewish com
munity ni West Berlin has awarded
posthumously its annual Heinrich
Stahl Pr'te to a former German
irmy sergeant. Anton Schmidt,
.vho served in the Second World
War.
Hi' was ex -cuted in 1942 for .it
empting to s.n,. Jewish lives.
Laiij; Is Named
As Firs! V.P.
At Carner ISnnk
R< I >rl l' Lanj a 30 year vet-
eran -ii the bankin \ bu iness, h is
been appointed first vice presi-
dent ol the Carner Bank of Miami
Beach, according :> an announce-
ment by Stephen Carner, president.
Mr Lang has been associated
with the Carner Bank where he
began as an assistant vice presi-
dent more than 10 years ago. lie
has been ;, resident ot South I-'lnr-
ida since the early twcnt.es.
Mr Carner also announced the
promotion of Richard IV Dillman
from collection teller to assistant
cashier, and of Margaret Carson
from head bookkeeper to assistant
cashier.
Sedlik Family To
Mark Three
Graduations
The Sedlik family are celebrat-
ing triple scholastic achievements
this month a- Jay, Karl and Barry
Sedlik mark their graduations.
The hovs' lalher. Nat Sedlik.
president of Beth Solomon Congre-
gation who has been associated
with Mt .Who Cemeterv for the
past lR years, and his wife. Fan-
nie, are proud of their boys.
(apt. Jay Sedlik. who is now
'caching at the Air Force Acad-
emy, will receive his PhD. from
ihe University of Southern Cali-
fornia.
Karl Sedlik. an engineer, gets
h's MBA. from Harvard Univer-
il\ before taking an executive
post with Baker Corp.. New York.
Barry Sedlik is graduating from
Coral Park Senior High School.
and will enter tin- Universit) of
Florida next fall.
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Fridov. June 14, 19gg
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Tolerance And Anger
By RABBI P. A. WEBERMAN
Ohcv Shalom Cor->r*sgation
Miami Beach
And the man Moses was meek
above all men on the face of the
earth" (Num-
bers 12:3).
In this verse
found in this
week's To r a h
portion, the
Torah relates to
u- the humble-
ness of Moses.
V.'e find this
Sirne character
trait revealed in
numerous other
places (See Ex-
CK'us 3:11-16:7-
32:32: Numbers
11:14-11:29).
*oi rVeaerman
Other stories concerning Moses
place him In a different light, such
as: "And Mosei' anger waxed hot"
Exodus 32:19: "And Moses an-
gered with the officer* of the
army, which come from the battle"
Numbers 31:14); "And he was an-
gry with Eleazar and Ithamar"
Leviticus 10:16)
The conflicting testimony about
:he character of Moses requires
explanation.
In the Book of Deuteronomy
21:19) the Torah ompares Man
o the tree of the field, meaning
hat man should take a firm stand.
The Talmud, on the other hand.
.-ays: "A person ihou'd be soft as a
reed and should not be hard as a
cedar.*' Here again we meet with
contradictory statements.
To answer this we must realize
that the human nature with which
.vere born can be utilized for
either beneficial or detrimental
purpose depending upon the par-
ticular time, place, and circ
stances. No one character trait i-
.'ompletely good nor can any one
be considered totally evil
This applies especial!) i
blenesa and aggr -.. is
nece-sary to stand hard ai
-ometimes act *> *h wrath Hi rder
o maintain our Torah way ol
.Ve must remain unyieldir
stea.ifa^t when upholding tr ith
3ni morality.
When it comes to personal
rs, we mu-' -. ne an enti
different attitude Here bun
and tolerance become ..-
a-sets. For this we must be "soft
as a reed."
Too many people, willingly or
unwillingly, assume the wrong at-
titude at the wrong time.
When it comes to religious mat-
ters, they are ever ready to com-
promise and to yield to the sli.ht-
est pressure. They are content to
nourish their souls with a bare
subsistence diet.
But when their personal pride or
material comforts are threatened,
humility and tolerance cease to
exist within them. With a firm
stand they demand their due and,
more often than not, they insist
on a great deal more than what is
coming to them.
Mces showed us the correct
way. He was humble ar.d meek
when his personal pride was touch-
ed. But he was very assertive in
carrying out Gods will.

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June 16 Ch. 10. 9:30 am The Jewish Worship Hour.
Host: Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz, Beth Torah Con-
gregation. North Miami Beach.
Jon* 16 Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice.
Host: Rabbi Morris A Kipper, Temple Judea. Coral
Gables
June 18 Ch. 2. 9:30 to 10:30 p.m. Man To Man.
Topic: The Sacredness Of Marriage.
Moderator: Rev. Luther C Pierce
Participants: Rabhi Solomon Schiff, Beth El Con-
gregation; Bishop James Duncan.
> II .1: K- ;.. ...
Quiz Box
What it the basis for ob-
serving the Yahrzeit, the anni-
versary of the death of one'
parent?
Some attempt to f:nd the basis
of this custom in the Talmudic
Kiddushin 31b> which
States that a- much as it is re-
quired to honor one's father and
her during their lifetime, so
- it a requirement to honor them
r they have passed away. Ob-
..:._ the Yahrzeit is thus a
means of honoring one's parents
I have passed on
Maimonidei in his commentary
: the Tractate Avot 'otherwise
.; the Ethics of the Fath<, -
: a- laying "The one who
loves doesn't forget and the one
who forsets does not love." Re-
membering one's parents every
year on the anniversary of their
death wouid be a means of ex-
ing our love in the sense
thai we demonstrate the fact that
we indeed have not forgotten them
remembering even the regret-
;able day of their demise.
The Talmud iBerachot 58bi
states that the deceased is not for-
gotten until twelve months have
passed and from that time he be-
gins to be forgotten. This opinion
i; based on a passage in the Book
ot Psalms which says: "I am for-
gotten as a dead man out of the
heart: I am become like a perish
able vessel" (Psalms 31:18). Some
commentaries translate the latter
phrase to be a "lost vessel." On
this basis the halachic principle of
the Talmud is recalled which
states that after twelve months
nave passed the owner of a lost
article may be considered to have
given up any hope of ever finding
it and thus renounced his owner-
ship to ail intents and purposes.
Remembering one's parent by-
observing the anniversary of his
ikat.'i. is thus a means of demon-
strating that even though twelve
months have passed from the
death or from the last anniver-
sary, he has indeed not been for-
gotten.
Why does the text of prayer
offered for a sick person ask
for a recovery to be sent to
him from Heaven?
Basically, man realizes that only
God in Heaven can lend His heal-
ing grace to the afflicted. Thus,
man expresses his utter helpless-
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Behalotecha
The Menorah with its seven flames converging toward the :
center
When thou lightest the lamp-, the seven lamps shall
light in front of the candlestick" (Num. 8.2).
BEHALOTECHA "And the Lord spoke unto Ifosi say
igl 'Speak unto Aaron, and say unto him: When thou Ughe lamp*, the seven lamps shall give lirht in front of the
-t.ck And this was the work of the candlestick, beater; work
J: unto the baset thereof, and unto the flowers thi
was beaten work; according unto the pattern which thi
had shown Moses, so he made the candlestick" 'Num. 8 14
After the Levites had been puriiied. they who were between
the:r twenty-fifth 'N'um 824 and their fifieth years, came '
tent of meeting to take the place of the first bom in th ho!) >
vice
!n the second year after the Israelites hid departe I
K:. thi observed th" Passover festival on the 14'h if
the first month. Nissan Those who having touched a corp- were
deemed impure, were required" to wait a month to observi
festival.
On the 20th day of the second month, the cloud rose from
the tabernacle, and the children of Israel journeyed from Mount
Sinai, each tribe grouped around its standard, three daj
tance behind the Ark
At this time, the Israelites bezan burdening Moses with '
complaints To ease the burden. 70 elders, on whom Moses'
rested, were delegated to serve under him.
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law it extracted
and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage,"
edited by P Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher is Shengold, and the
volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President
of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Sehlarg.
ness in pleading for a recovery to
be sent from Heaven.
Furthermore, some have said
that heaven represents a sense of
peace and harmony between two
conflicting elementsi.e.. fire and
water. The human body may be
said to be diseased when its ele-
ments are out of balance and not
.n harmony with each other. The
prayer for the ill thus asks the
Almighty to restore the balance
and harmony between the elements
>i the human body just as He bal-
ances the opposing elements in
the skies to bring peace into the
Heavens.
Why are the mirrors covered
in a house of mourning?
Various reasons are offered to
explain this practice. Some base
it on the mystical explanation that
this prevents the soul of the de-
parted from being reflected in the
glass and thus allows the soul to
rest in peaci. Others claim that
this is. done to prevent the mourn-
er from looking at himself in a
state of grief and despair.
Also, it is claimed that a mourn-
er rather "lose himself" in a univer-
sal atmosphere. In addition to this,
a mirror is an object which in luces
vanity in a person. Mournii
condition where vanity i- cerl
ly proved void.
Some offer a very practu .\
:>lanation ol thi- custom. I
illy, there are prayer service-held
in a house of mourning. It is for
bidden to have mirrors in a room
where services are being held so
that the possible impression of
praying to finite beings (such a,
oien. idols, figures, etc.) i- pre
vented from being projected
There are some who say that the
mirrors are covered becau-. tbc
soul of man is the "image of the
rCreator." Dt ?th simply mean- that
the Divine Ruler has "resnoyi
image" from this body. Thus, lh
mirror- are covered to i:
that as a re-ult of the death which
has taken place we can no longer
see tKe ri flection of the imagi
the Creator in the countenance of
this particular person who passed
away.

AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 985 SW 67m Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Mcrrn Ba-'.
ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 19th Ave.
BETH AM (TEMPLS). 5950 N. Ken.
Oatl Dr.. S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert B>um;ird. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
rCc liefio its <^4
'9
ervices
Saturday 1:80 am Bar Mitsvah:
Bradley, now ol Mr and .Mrs Eugene
Marshall; and Mark, eon of Mr and
Mra Harold Relafield
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi P".1>C
Chuton Cantor Theodore M nj.cn
EETH DAVIO. 26?o SW 3rd Ave
Conservative. Raboi 6ol Landau.
Cantor William w Lipson.
i tj I i.i.n Saturday : :i m Bar-
's. I. s... t> or Sick Indivi-
dual-"" liar Mitsvah: Steven, eon of
Mr. anil Mrs Milto- Qarron Mineha
V C<> p.m.
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BETH EL. BOO ; .V 17th Avenue.
Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
I liday ":'." p m Sa; .rday '' a m Ser-
mon: "Klnejllnn Religion's Flam.- "
Mim-ha 7 '41 p m.
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ETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson.
Ylday at vuiik' | K.-turday V4." a.m.
Kermon: "Let Thl-ie Knemles Be
eat tared." Helen day 6:45 p.m The
Portkm of I-aw 7 IS p m. Sermon:
'We Ixw>k Forward!"
8755 SW 16th St. Miami. Rabbi
Ralph Z. Glixman. Cantor Benjamin
Ben Ari
PYldaj fm Saturday I a.m Bai
Mitsvah: Howard Mullen and Kenm
Wlniik.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. M ami
Ave. Conservative. Rabt" Ralph
Carmi. Cartor Albert Glantz.
ir.. i: Uant.d-A It. affirmation ..f
'' In- Comment On ihe Mood of
"ur Times." liar Milzvah: Arthur
Ol of Mr. and Mrs. Jack S.-harf.
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HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gron.
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 W. Dixie Hvy. Conservative.
Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum.
Krida\ 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Dedicated
Mei Installation of 4 ifflcern folli w< l
bj Onea Shabbai Baturda) v IS ;. m
Sermon: The Portion of th. U .
EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrews Ave
Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Lev Ur>
Cantor Jerome Klement.
HALLANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
126 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd.
BETH SOLOMON. 50 NW 51st Place.
Conservative.
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BETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Seymour Hinkes.
riday 6:!Wi p m Saturday 9 am. Ser-
mon: Portion of the Week.
NAI 8HOLOM (Temple). 275 NW
-99th Street. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham M. Casael.
TIFERETH JACOB (TEMPLE). 951 E.
4th Ave., Hialeah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
Friday 7 pm Saturday a.m.
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ZION (TEMPLE) 8000 Miller Rd Con.
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
MIAMI BEACH
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tGUOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Ca.iyle Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th Street.
Orthodox. Rabbi Bercl Wein.
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.,
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Swiraky. Cantor Maurice Mamchea.
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1548
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel.
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! KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
I MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz. Cantor Nico Frldman.
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NER TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St. and
ratum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
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|OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Drive,
Orthodox. Rab":' Phineas Weber-
man.
Friday 7:30 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m.
Sermon: '"Endurance."
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles M. Ru-
bel. Cantor Jack Lerner.
Friday B":15 p.m Sermon: "ReflecUont
on the Jewish Arab Problem in Ihe
Wake of the Kt nedy Muni. r.
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (TEMPLE). S. 1th *
Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffa
laj Gut -t speaaar: Mortui L
a 1.1 am
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) OF GREATER BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
tahbi Joseph R. Karot. Kroniah. Cantor David Convlaer.
I6RAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th ; BEJ'j TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or.
8t. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L. ) thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovaky.
Drazin. Cantor Mathan Parnass- ------)-------
V^n'^r^r^Z ll^ous CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
Activism l242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozancwaig.
MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional Cantor EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
Louis Cohen ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
OH OLOM (TEMPLE). Conservative Friday 6 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Ber-
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias.
YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
1542-44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A
Ben-Hillel.
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NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE).
Conservative, 1025 NE 183rd. St.,
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BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Max Llp-
achitz. Cantor Jacob Ranzer.
Friday 6:<>0 p.m. and 8:15 p.m. Bas
Mltzvah: Caren, daughter of Mr. and
Mra. Bernard Bebchuek: and llelaine
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Flrte]
SINAI (TEMPLE). OF NORTH DADE
Temporary office. 18801 NE 22nd
Ave. Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kingsley.
Friday 8:18 p.m at Washington Feder-
al Auditorium. 699 N K ISTth S: Queat
speaker: Sam Bloom. Sermon: "Planet
Of the Apesls-".V" Saturday 11 a.m
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan.
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER ML
AMI. 90 NE 1/1at St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Naftali Porvah.
Friday 7:43 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m Ser-
mon: "What You Don't Sav." Bar
Mitzvah: Daniel Weintraub. Saturday
7:45 p.m
CORAL GABLES
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE). 1^
Monroe St. Conservative. Ract"
Morton Malavaky.
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SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St
Conservative. Rabbi David S1- "
Cantor Yehudah He.lbraun
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 3500 SW 6t"
Way. Conservative. Rabbi Irwm
Cutler.
POMPANC BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 132 SW "th
Ave., Conservative. Rabbi Momi
A. Skop. Cantor Leon Segal.
Friday S:ir. pm Sermon: "assessed -
ihe Match." Saturday am
SURFSIDE
JUDEA (TEMPLE). 5500 Granda Blvd
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper.
Friday s p.m. Guert speaker: Dr.
Howard Segal. Saturday Bar Mitsvah:
Jeffrey Robert, son of Mr. and airs
Donald j. Murray.
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ZAMORA (TEMPLE). 44 Zamora Ava
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Beroer
Cantor Hirah March.
Friday 6 pm Saturday 8:45 a.m.
Sermon: Scriptural Lesson.
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FT. LAUDERDALE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
Surfside Community Canter. 9i
Collins Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi !
O. Vina.
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 647 E
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BOOK REVIEW //'
hu inurimi snvidvr
SEARCH THE SCRIPTURES
By ROBERT B. GREENBLATT.
I1/
'narrzj
Through the ?.?es scholars have
analyzed (he Bible from many
angles. The great literary work
has been approached psycholog-
ically, philosophically and his-
torically.
In his book Search mo .Scrip-
hue* (J- B. Lippiocott Co.), Reb-
tx: Greenblatt. M.D.. Professor
and Chairman of the Department
of F.ndocrinology at the Medical
College of Georgia, has come up
with a new view. He looks at the
Bible through a glandular per-
..;>. itive.
And Jacob sod (boiled) pot-
t.... and Esau came from the
field and he was faint:
\nd Esau said to Jacob. Feed
mi I pray thee, with that same
xi pottage; for I am faint .
And Jacob said. Sell me this
da> thy birthright.
And Esau said. Behold. I am
a: 'he point to die: and what
profH shall thi birthright do to
. And he sold his birth-
r:-ht unto Jacob."
This passage from Genesis
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ir. recent times: hvpoglycemia.
or low blood sugar."'
Dr. Greenblatt says that be-
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not because of moral reasons. He
asserts that Joseph was sexually
retarded, even effeminate.
"This is my covenant, which
ye shall keep, between me and
you and thy seed after thee:
Every man child among you shall
be circumcised."
Dr. Greenblatt is impressed
with the idea that the ancient
rite of circumcision is recognized
today a- a public health measure.
He includes a discussion of the
lower incidence of certain types
Of cancer among circumcised |
males.
The first mention of fasting in
the Bible concerns Moses on Mt.
Sinai. Again an ancient rite is ;
contemporary and therapeutic.
"Fasting can be beneficial even
when an obese person lasts from
ten to fourteen days." says Dr.
Greenblatt. and it is not con-
sidered "archaic or barbaric."
"What is man that thou art
mindful of him?"
This is one of the few passages
that appears word for word in the
Old and in the New Testament.
For the er.docrinologist. glands
are what separates men from
women. The author is impressed
that some Hebrew writers de-
scribe Adam as hermaphroditic
(both sexes) because of the way
they interpret the first chapters
of Genesis.
And on and on the glandular
references go. Included are a dis-
cussion of undeveloped mammary
glands and transvestism ("The
woman shall not wear that which
pertaineth unto a man, neither
shall a man put on a woman's
garment: for all that do so are
abomination unto the Lord thy
God.")
Dr. Greenblatt's observations
are indeed unusual as he tries to
link biblical times with modern
science. However, the theme that
emerges is that biblical people
had glandular functions like 20th
century people.
A valid point, but who would
have thought otherwise."
Asthma Chapter
Has JSetv Proxy
Mrs. Herbert Aumont beeame
the president of the Breath of Life
Chapter of the Children's Asthma
Research Institute and Hospital at
an installation last week.
Mrs. Aumont, who is a past vice
president of the organization, will
represent the group at the Na-
tional Convention in Denver, Colo.,
in July, when she will present the
Institute with the chapter's largest
contribution of $30,000.
Mrs. Marvin Sokolow, a past
president of Breath of Life, offici-
ated at the installation ceremonies.
Mrs. Sidney Lebowitz and Mrs.
Benjamin Frank chaired the event.
Temple Israel Exhibits Pali's Works
First Wedding At Etzion
JERUSALEM (WNS) The first
Jewish bride to be married in the
Etzion settlement near Bethlehem
in 20 years was a Jewish girl from
Los Angeles. Dandy Sussman. The
groom was Avinoam Haimovitz.
son of a local national religious
party leader. Etzion was recap-
tured in the Six-Day War after
being in Jordan's hands since 1948.
Twenty one of the 25 lithographs
reproduced from Salvador Dali's
water colors on the rebirth of Is-
rael went on exhibition this week i
in the Community House of Tern- '
pie Israel of Greater Miami, 137
N'E 19th St., where they will be
shown from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. each
weekday until June 24.
The showing at Temple Israel is
: the first in this country outside of
j New York, following the world pre-
| miere at the Gallery of Modern
' Art in April, where the original
paintings were critically reviewed
: as among the best works of the
famed surrealist painter. In Israel,
| former Prime Minister David Ben-
Gurion hailed Dali's epic work in
j this way:
"The great painter has succeed-
| ed. with the strength of his in-
: spired art. in conveying through
paintings the miracle of the Aliyah.
which brought to \\i& a renewed
nation, a renewed land, a renewed
and renewing state."
Three years ago. Dali was com-
missionedat an estimated fee of
$150.000to portray "Aliyah: The
Rebirth of Israel," utilizing the
background of 2,000 years of Jew-
ish history.
In his 25 paintings, Dali has por-
trayed tbis two millenia history in
a variety of ways, ranging from
the agony of "Bereavement" to the
of the Horah (dance> around the
menorah, the traditional religious
candelabrum.
The watercolors have been re-
produced by Mourlot's. in France,
one of the world's finest lithogra-
phers, who have yet to complete
the four missing from the set on
exhibition at Temple Israel.

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Friday. June 14. 1968
Befween You and Me:
By BORIS SMOLAR
'Things To Come' In American Jewish Life
UOW WILL Jewish life in the
United States look in the next
decade? Jewish federations and
welfare funds are now studying
this question in order to plan and
implement whatever new programs
they may need to respond to
changing conditions.
Predictions ot 'things to come"
in American Jewish life during the next decade are
being discussed and examined. It is assumed that
leaders in Jewish communal affairs will increasing
be offered leadership positions in the general com
munityand Jewish organizations and institutions
will encounter more competition for the time and at-
tention of the outstanding individuals.
Increased federal funds\ia Social Security pay
merits. Medicare and Medicaidwill make it possi
ble tor a number of Jewish hospitals to receive full
payment for patient services and they will not have
operating deficits The Federal government will
also increase the amount of money available for
grants to voluntary agencies for research and dem
onstration projects in fields served by Jewish health
and welfare agencies.
Jewish communities will be more concerned with
matters of Jewish identification. Jewish commit
ment and with intermarriage. Jews will be predomi
nantly native-born, university-educated, economic-
ally middle-class and affluentbut not without poor
The total number of Jews mav not change, but
As We Were Saving:
By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Crisis In The Little Rock Social Set
ePRING HAS COME to Little Rock and
thawed not only the ground but the
hearts of some of the more daring citi-
zens. Nor is this an account of attitudes
regarding color: this time it has to do
with the Junior Leagues regard of Jew
l-h women proposed for membership.
You will need to know, first of all.
that ten members of the Junior League
of Little Rock resigned this spring in piuutoi against
what they consider 'the League's unwritten policy of
including Jewish women." Waterloo for the Little Rock
Junior League came alter Mrs. Arthur N. Phillips Jr..
wife of the vice president of M M. Cohn Co., was duly
proposed for membership and thrice turned down by a
>ecret Admissions Committee.
Mrs. Phillips was so highly regarded by the city's
power structure that she headed the Metropolitan Divi-
sion of the United Fund last year. Extremely active in
the Sisterhood of Temple Bnai Israel and chairman of her
public school PTA. she managed also to find time to serve
as chairman of the Ways and Means Committee of the
Board of the Arkansas Children's Hospital and to play a
Panorama.
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Menahem Beigin
A MERICA has a very welcome
^* visitor Menahem Beigin.
The world knows him as one of .
the "founding fathers" of Israel
Now Americans will learn that he
is also an excellent orator. He will
tour the country for Israel Bonds.
Twenty-five years ago, Bcu.:n
was probably the best known Jew
in the world, outside of Einstein.
Einstein had discovered relativity and the British
police were trying to discover Beigin. He was the
man most wanted by the British police.
Everyone was following the story in the news-
papers. He was reported to be living right around
the British police station. At one time, the police
searched room by room, the holel in which he lived
Where didn't the police search''
The police finally concluded that he had his
face surgically changed There were all kinds Ol
stories about his disguises.
. The trouble with the British police is that the)
don't go to "shool "
If they had gone to the synagogue, they would
have noticed a man with a long beard. It wasn't the
rabbi. It was Beigin. The only disguise he had was
a beard.
In his book about the Jewish Revolt. Beigin
says he thinks the British never really intended to
establish a Jewish Homeland as the Balfour Declara-
tion promised. Anyway, when the need was greatest.
they put up the sign NO JEWS ADMITTED.
The SUuma came with 1.000 Jews from the
concentration camps and was turned back and the
refugees found their Promised Land in the watery
deeps, as the boat sank
The Irgum lacked arms. So one day they raided
the best stocked British barracks. Everything was
rehearsed in advance, even to the British accent.
The raiding party was led by a young man known
as "Giddy." who entered, dressed as a British
captain, accompanied by others in British officers
uniforms. The English soldiers saluted. "Giddy
whipped out his revolver.
"I am no bloody Englishman. I am an Irgun
terrorist." He ordered the British to load all of the
arms in the cars and the Irgunists rode off.
This "Giddy," according to Beigin, was some-
thing of a genius. He was the inventor of the "davi-
dka" gun, which was the chief reliance of the Is-
raelis in their war for independence.
When the Irgun lacked money, it held up a
British railroad train. The British learned to re-
spect the Jews.
prominent role with the Arkansas Arts (enter and the
Girl Scout Council An All America volunteer
But that tight little admissions core in the Junioi
League didn't want her. The president of the Junioi
League, sharply stung by the walk out of ten members,
made noises to the eifect that there were or had been
three Jewish members in the Little Rock League. But one
of the ladies resigning nailed that one fast with the re
velation that the three token leaguers may have been
married to Jews or have had other Jewish relatives but
were in fact themselves "not fully Jewish:" and she didn't
mean gastronomieally.
In Little Rock, after Mrs. Phillips had first been re
fused membership. 26 disturbed members signed a round
robin, asking whether it was appropriate to continue be-
longing to a service-social organization known in the com
munity as anti-Semitic and wondering aloud why the
"straw ballot can be used sometimes and ignored others."
The second time Mrs. Phillips was turned down, one
member resigned on principle: the third time around, as
stated, ten members gave up the League, and not just
for Lent, leaving the President to declare publicly she
was upset, but that it was all just an "internal thing."
In recent years, social clubs have been stirred by pro
tests charging the existence of anti-Semitic admissions
policies. Kansas City has perhaps the most interesting
case history: the Kansas City Club (largest of the down
town business clubs) finally changed it pro Nordic policy
and admitted five Jews after the National Catholic Re
porter made a public issue of the disgrace
Two years ago. the back of prejudice was broken in the
Madison (Wisconsin) Club. im|>ortant because Madison is
a college town
Within a few years, any metropolitan social club ex-
pecting to continue restrictive policies will find heavj
I \ colls mounted h\ citizens asked to hold civic affair-
in the clubs.
This may not cause the clubs to admit Jews, but i!
will at lease make them squirm And a bit of squirming
is needed, else America will have learned nothing from
the exposure of old wives' tales alxiut Nordic Supermacj
and Aryan preference
the age distribution of the Jewish population will
show some marked change-. There will be a huh.
proportion of older persons. In some communitic-
the proportion of Jews 65 years of age and older
will move from 10 percent to 15 percent. The com
munities will begin to differentiate between the
"younger aged" of under 80 and the "older aged
of those over 80
Jewish adults will have more time for leisure
activities and will have more money to spend on
leisure activities. Some will show greater interest
in Jewish activities which reflect higher levels of
cultural and spiritual expression They will be dis-
satisfied with existing leisure time opportunitic-
Some will show willingness to participate in activi-
ties conducted under non-sectarian auspice-
Parents will increasingly want to have their
children participate in two kinds of activities l
those conducted under non-sectarian auspices in
which children of all faiths and races could "live ;
gether harmoniously;" 2) activities under Jewish
sponsorship, with participants drawn primarilj
the Jewish community so th.it adolescents cc-
more dating within the Jewish group.
Highlights In Sports
JESSE SILVER
Sporting Romance )
i
IT APPEARS that Cadet Richard Abramson of the
Air Force Academy and Jamaica Estates. NY
was the biggest winner at the 1965 World Maccabiah
Games in Israel. A swimmer. Abramson failed to
win any medals, but he did win himself a bride. An
announcement in the New York Times discloses that
Richard and South Africa's Lorraine Lotzoff will
be married in Johannesburg in June.
Miss lotzoff more than made up for Richard s
failure at garnering medals in 1965. She collected
three gold medals with victories in the 100. 200 and
400-meter runs Richard, however, isn't without
Maccabiah medals himself as he won a gold and
silver medal at the 1961 (James
Lorraine is marrying into a Maccabiah Games
family Richard's father. Jack, is Sports Committee
co chairman of the 1969 U.S. Maccabiah Games Team:
mother Ruth was the official girls- chaperon in
1961 and brothers Alan and Dave gained swimming
gold medals at the 1957 and 1961 Games
Rolicrt Rosenberg. Sports Committee co-chair
man of the U.S. squad, expects the 1MB Maccabiah
Games Will be the largest ever, and mav include
Germany and Spain. It would be a first showing
ior Spain. Rosenberg also revealed that the I'.S
squad might not be as large as the 201 member
1965 team
Two more committee chairmen have been select
ed for the IS Maccabiah Games learn Sol I.eiber
will be basketball chairman, and Charles I^jmbur was
renamed the judo chairman. Other members of the
basketball committee arc Ro\ Rubin, coach of LIU;
Nat Holinan. former CCNY coach; (lair Bee. form
e. i.ll each: Dr. Sid Licht. Brooklyn, N Y Al
Scheiber, Brooklyn, NY. Ralph Dolgoff, Fast afea
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Capitol Spotlight
By Milton Friedman
Grim 'Concentration Camp' Threat

Washington -
AMERICAN Jewrj is troubled by Negro
** extremism but may be even more
concerned by the advocacy of concen-
tration camps as a remedy. The cure
urged by the House Committee on Un-
American Activities could prove worse
than the sickness
An official report by HUAC depicted
America as on the brink of "guerrilla warfare" Com
munist collaboration with Negro violence wai alleged
The Committee did not recommend measures to ad
vance education, housing, or other asoects of the war
against poverty. It did envisage a Negro uprising requir-
ing that "most civil liberties would have to be suspended
HUAC also urged that people be exhorted to report to the
police on "any suspicious activity" by neighlvirs
But the real solution of the crisis was seen in "deten
tion centers." HUAC concluded that "the MeCanan Act
provides for various detention centers to be operated
throughout the county and these might well be utilized
for the temporary imprisonment of warring guerrillas."
IIUAC's review of guerrilla movements in recent
history referred negatively to Titos anti-Nazi struggle in
Yugoslavia, to Americans who fought with the Loyalists
in Spain against Fascism, and to current underground
activities in the Union of South Africa. HUAC appeared
far more concerned about Communism than the right-
wing oppression that generates radical responses.
Although HUAC noted, in passing, Nassers trainu
of Algerian terrorists, the many pages of fine print In
eluded about the Communist-backed drive against Israe
involving the El Fatah and Arab liberation" gucrrilla-
Anti Israel guerrillas were apparently of no' interesl
to the Committee. It was the anti apartheid. anti-Franco
and anti-Nazi leftists who concerned the experts on un
Americanism Endorsement of the HUAC report can..
from the remnants of the late George Rockwells Nazi
party. They offered to provide stormtroopers and Jim-
to shoot the Black rabble" in the nation's streets
Negro fears ()f "genocide" appeared justified to some
who saw in the HUAC report the extremes reached b)
white racism and the anti-Negro backlash.
The US. Department of Justice rejected HUAC s re
commendations for establishment of "detention centers '
for "guerrillas." Attorney General Ramsey Clark com
mented that "there are no plans to prepare any concen-
tration camps in this country. No concentration camps
are needed in this country. We have not had a situation
in all the difficulties that we have faced through these
last years From the standpoint of riots and disturb
ances which has indicated a need for any mass deten
tion facilities for American citizens. I see no such need
now."


Friday. June 14, 1968
* Jen isli Fkrid/jann
Paqe 15-A
Shock Is Expressed
By Jewish Groups
In U.S. And Abroad
Continued from Pag* 1 A
of America, central coordinating
agency for the congregational bod-
ies of Conservative, Reform and
Orthodox Jewry. The Council's
statement said: "We express our
profound sympathies to Mrs. Rob-
ert Kennedy and to the family of
Sen. Robert Kennedy. The nation
has lost a man who was admired
as a great American, a genuine
friend of the Jewish people and of
the State of Israel and a standard-
bearer of a vision for a better to-
morrow. The graves of the Ken-
nedy brothers, lying side by side in
the national cemetery, will be an !
everlasting memorial to a nation's
grief. Today, the flame that burns
jn Arlington symbolizes a scar on
the soul and conscience of a society j
BO wracked by division and vio- '
lence that its bravest and most
promising sons are struck down.
We pray that this flame, and the
two tragic graves over which it
will keep its vigil will come to
>ymbolize healing and conciliation,
an end to violence, and a new dedi-
cation to the vision of America
that was the dream of Robert
Kennedy."
The National Community Rela-
tions Advisory Council declared in
a statement: "The shock and hor-
ror that the assassination of Sen.
Kennedy evokinl in all of us is i
paralleled by the sympathy we
have for his widow and children.
We share their bereavement, for
lhis wanton murder has deprived
the nation and the world of a cour-
,i ecus, compassionate and imag-
inative man to whom many looked
with hope and trust."
Dr. Samuel BeJkin, president of
Yeshiva University, said, "The fact ,
and manner of Robert Kennedy's
death shocked all of us who be-
lieve in the sanctity of life and the
democratic institutions of our be-
loved country. The Yeshiva Uni-
versity family shares the grief of
the nation stunned by still another
tragic act of violence against a
man ard therefore against God."
Samuel Samuels, national com-
mander of the Jewish War Vet-
rans. expressed grief on behalf of
the organization and described the
late senator as a "truly great
American, devoted and dedicated
to our country's finest ideals Mis
dynamic, imaginative, courageous
.ind compassionate leadership is ir-
replaceable," he said.
In a telegram to Mrs. Robert
Kennedy, lly Faine, president of
the Labor Zionist Organization of
AmericaI'oale Zion, said. "The
tragic death of Robert Kennedy
comes at a time when this nation
can ill spare such vital leadership.
His passing has deprived us of an
exciting glimpse of light in the
gloom of today's a flairs. The man-
ner of his passing fills US with
shock, dismay and horror."
A statement issued by the Jewish
Labor Committee declared: The
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loss of this dynamic, idealistic
leader, assassinated at the promis-
ing start of his most productive j Mercedes Osberger, Sharon Capra,
Judge Friedman At
CARIH Installation
Judge Milton A. Friedman in-
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The installation was followed
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Mary E. Collier, Marsha Niles,
years, is a grievous blow to the I
country and to the world. Victims, i
too, of this despicable act were !
the causes of social-economic jus- ]
tice for all peoples, viable demo- I
cratic government and the just |
hopes and desires of minorities, all
so fervently championed by Sen.
Kennedy and long espoused by the '
Jewish Labor Committee."
Jacques Torczyner, president of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica, declared in a statement: "Sen.
Robert F. Kennedy fell as a martyr
of his noble passion for justice and
his fearless struggle for the heal-
ing of America. He was a friend of
nations and individuals alike who
are victims of prejudice, hostility
and hatred. He fought these evil
forces tirelessly. Sen. Kennedy
never avoided danger or risk in the
pursuit of his ideals and America's
true objectives."
Dr. William A. Wexler. interna-
tional president of B'nai B'rith. de-
clared in a statement that Sen.
Kennedy "had resisted with cour-
age and purpose the growing ele-
ments of hate and violence which
can mean an ero>ion of our na-
tional life. His efforts must now be
ours."
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Davis was registration chairman.
Young Israel Graduation
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annual commencement exercises
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Graduates included Shepherd
Ellis. Joseph Gotlieb. Matthew
Levin and Steven Melnick. An
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Do you know what kind of
start Sandy had when he
first came to the big
leagues? Most fans
don't remember it today,
but Sandy actually lost more
games than he won during
his early years in the majors
... He joined the Dodgers
in 1955 and between then
and the end of the 1960
season, he had won a total
of 36 gamesbut he had
lost a total of 40 games!
. Nobody knew at that
time that Sandy Koufax
would go on to become one
of the greatest pitchers of
all-time.
Who was the youngest man
ever to manage a big
league baseball team? .. .
The answer is Roger Peck-
inpugh, who was only 23
when he was picked as
manager of the Yankees in
1914 Lou Boudreau is
the second youngest man-
ager in major league history
. Lou was only 24 when
he was named pilot of the
Indians in 1942.
We've all looked at a base-
ball home plate hundreds
of timesbut most people,
for some reason, miss this
question Can you re-
member if the point of
home plate faces the pitch-
er or the catcher? The
point faces the catcher.
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Elton J Kerness has been ap-
inted executive director of the
- deration of Jewish Women, sue-
-eding Mrs Samuel Falick. who
retiring from the post
In his new position. Mr Kerness.
-;. will work with both the Federa-
n of Jewish Women and the
ung Women's Division of the
-eater Miami Jewish Federation.
He will continue hit work with
--ie Le-jarcy and Endowment pro-
-.'*m, a new endeavor now in the
rtvelopment stages under the
.-^airmanship of Sidney Lefcourt.
Mr. Kerness will also direct the
esdertbip and Development pro-
am which is geared to introduce
6 younger people in Miami to
rvice in the Jewish community.
A former executive director of
e Knoxville Jewish Community
enter and Welfare Fund, Mr. Ker-
s^ was also the youth activity di-
ctor tor the Memphis Jewish
immunity Center. He has a Mas-
r's degree in social work from
delphi University in Garden City,
I NY., and received the South'
n Section Fellowship for Gradu-
Memorial Panel Dedicated
A memorial panel and a Yad
>shem lamp to commemorate the
x million Jews killed in the Nazi
olocaust was dedicated this week
: Congregation B'nai Raphael
i'th the panel and the lamp were
ntributed bv Mr. and Mrs. Eman
iI Rosenberg.
Miami. Florida. June 14
1968
FORMER FtORIDA DIRECTOR
Samet To Head AJC Department
U10N 1. KHNfSS
ate Study in Social Work
His Youth Corps program, which
he pioneered and developed while
in Memphis, has been used as a
blueprint lor the same type of pro-
gram in 12 other Jewish Commu-
nity Centers in the Cnited States.
L'nder this program. 13, 14 and 15
year olds move into trouble areas
in the community and work with
agencies during the summer. The
plan is expected to be implement-
ed soon in the Miami area.
Mr. Kerness, who has been work-
ing in all divisions as an adminis-
trative assistant during the recent
Combined Jewish Appeal and Is-
rael Emergency fund raising drive,
is married to the former Bonnie
Oav I lllger Ol New York They
are parents of three children.
By Special Report
NEW YORK Seymour Samet,
former Florida regional director of
the American Jewish Committee.
has been appointed national direc-
tor of the A.IC's newly organized
Department of Intergroup Rela-
tions and Social Action, it was an-
nounced this week by Bertram H.
Cold, executive vice president of
the organization.
For the past four years. Mr.
Samet has been serving as director
.if program evaluation and develop-
ment in the Community Relations
Service of the Cnited States De-
partment of Justice.
Mr. Samet. who was named ex-
ecutive director of the Greater
Miami Chapter of the American
Jewish Committee in 1952. served
in that post for 12 years.
He was an organizer and the
first executive director of the
Dade County Community Relations
Board.
In his new post. Mr Samet will
lie responsible for the supervision
and coordination of the American
Jewish Committee's work in civil
lights, intergroup and community
relation*, education, youth, labor.
race relations, urban affairs, and
business and social discrimination
programs
While director of the American
Jewish Committees Southeast Area
Region. Mr. Samet was given ..
leave to serve on the White House
Task Force which designed the
-tructure of the Community Rela
lions Service.
When Gov. I.eRoy Collins be
came its first director in 1964. Mr.
Samet became his special assistant.
He served in that same capacity
with Roger Wilkins. who succeeded
Mr. Collins, and later was chief
intergroup relations officer of the
CRS, Office of Community Action.
In addition to supervising the
program, planning and budget sys-
tem for the Community Relations
Service. Mr. Samet was responsible
lor the evaluation of trends in
American life affecting the condi-
tion of minority groups; activities
if the CRS: program development
to respond to changing conditions
in the national and local arenas:
.raining of the professional staff
plus training consultation for other
private and public agencies: and
liaison with the academic comnui-
Sf YMOUR SAMll
nit) concerned with community re-
lations.
In i:w>5. in recognition of his out-
standing pioneering leadership, a
citizens' committee funded and es-
tablished the Seymour Samet Hu-
man Relations Library as a sec
tion ot the professional library of
the Dade County school system.
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Chapmi
lan To Head Greater Miami Commerce Chamber
A newspaper executive who led
-i study committee that completely
refashioned the Miami Dade
Chamber of Commerce, was this
week elected president of the new
Greater Miami Chamber of Com-
merce
Alvah 11. Chapman Jr.. vice
president and general manager <>!
the Miami Herald, was selected for
'he post at the last official met
tng ot the Miami Dade Chamber
board of directors at the Columbus
Hotel
Park
way Genera] Needs Volunteers
At v.e recent dinner dance at the Hilton Plaza Hotel cele-
bra".-ig Beth Sholom's 25th anniversary vcir, M<"*vor Jav
Derrr.er presented the key to the city of Miami Beach to
the .emple's spiritual leader, Dr. Leon Kronish.
Arabs Say German Firms Join Boycott
IKK SALEM iJTAiThe I-rael rael by providing Hie balance of
government has rejected as unsat ; he pipe lor which they received
isfactorj statements issued by two orders.
West ii'crman firms explaining
their position on the Arab boycott
il Israt and will continue efforts
(. obtain clarification from the
West 'ii.hi Foreign Ministry
and f firms themselves, it was
disclosi .1 here this week.
The Paik\va> General Hospital
Auxiliary this week issued an ur-
gent appeal for volunteers to man
its Gift Shop and Cart.
The Gift Shop. locatd in the
lobby of the hospital as a con-
venience for the person comini" to
visit a patient, carries small gift
items and manazinev The Gift
Cart serves to bring to the patient,
at his bedside, various personal
items he maj desire during his
-lay
In addition to providing a serv-
ice to the patient, the (Jilt Shop
supports the Auxiliary's Scholar-
ship Fund. The scholarship is
awarded each year to a member
of the Auxiliary's Candy Striper
group to be used to further her
education in the Health Careers
field.
Mrs. Carl T Erickson. member,
ship vice president, also appealed
for people having clerical skills to
serve as volunteers.
Samuel A. Reiser On
Bnai Zion Unit
Samuel A. Reiser, of 626 Ocean
Dr.. Miami Beach, is serving as a
member of the general convention
committee for the 59th annual con-
vention of Bnai Zion. the American
Fraternal Zionist Organization, to
be held this weekend at Kutsher's
Country Club. Monticello. N.Y.
Mr. Reiser also serves on the
National Executive Board of Bnai
Zion. which has a coast-to-coast
membership. Theme of this con-
vention will be "The Furtherance
of America-Israel Friendship."
The 46-vear-old native of Colum-
bus. Ga.. also serves as executive
vice president and on the board
and executive committee of Knight
Newspapers. Inc.
Mr. Chapman, a vice president
of the Miami Dade Chamber, will
assume his new duties July 1. He
1 succeeds Lawrence B. Sheffey. vice
president of Southern Bell Tele-
phone Co.
Joining him as officers of the
new Chamber will be six leading
businessmen who also served on
the Study Committee during its in-
tensive reorganization efforts. They
are John R. Ring, presidentelect;
Frank J. Callahan. William S.
Frates and David Blumbcrg. vice
presidents: Jules Phoenix, vice
president treasurer, and Lester
Freeman, assistant to the vice
president. South Florida area of
Southern Bell Telephone Co.. who
will terminate a 16-year career
with the utility to become execu-
tive director of the Greater Miami
Chamber of Commerce.
THE
ol the Bureau
tion will close
Friday.
CENTRAL Jewish Library
of Jewish Educa-
tor the season on
The firmstwo of West Ger-
man) greatest industrial enter-
prises rhyssen and Mannesmann
had vuntracted to supply Israel
with t>< steel pipe required for
construction of the Eilat-Ashdodoil
pipeline An Arab Boycott Office
announcement said that the two
firms had agreed to comply with
the bo;.cott.
Director-General Gideon Rafael
ot the Nrael Foreign Ministry rais-
with Dr. Rolf Pauls, the West Ger-
man A- bassador. Israel is seeking
.i clear-cut statement from the two
linns {bat they will not yield to the
Arab boycott ami will discharge
their contractural obligations to is
'Summer Send-Off Party
Tin membership committee of
Beth David Congregation will hold
;, "Summer Send Off" party an.I
dance at l> p.m Saturdaj ;>t the
congregation's South Dade build-
7500 SW 120th St In char ic
o ii-' ,.!;cii- .iie Mrs Jr.iii Tan-
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At Sossin Gardens Opening On Sunday
Isade Cocar. % Hjor Casek neBfi ceatart aid aa of
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Friday, June 14. 1968
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ORT Groups Exceed
Fund Raising Goals
The Southeastern Florida Re-
gion of Women's American ORT
held th- ir annual planning confer.
ence and installation of officers
"his week at the Everglades Hotel.
Mrs. Theodore Zalles was in
tailed as president of the region
which has 3.350 members. The na-
lionai member-hip is 7.200 and the
.'ocal group attributes part of its
growth to the leadership of Nathan
Gould, the national executive di-
rector.
Mr. Gould was the guest speaker
t the luncheon and he stressed
:he importance of the ORT pro-
gram as the largest overseas voca-
tional training agency.
He explained that many of the
European ghettos are due to eco-
Alumnae Install Officers
Sharon Gross has assumed the
I residency of the Greater Miami
chapter of the Sij;ma Delta Tau
Alumnae League for 1968-196!)
Also installed by Mrs. Donald
Broudy. past president, were Mrs.
epta Fisher, Mrs. Jerome Shev-
i ami Mrs. Miriam Grant, vice
presidents; Mrs. Charles Stuzin. re
eording secretary; Mrs. Lawrence
Lap.n. corresponding secretary and
Mrs Richard Miller, treasurer
factors and that OUT pro-
vide.-, the needed .short-term e
tional situations and on-the job
training that will enable the young
troubled generation to better itself
Mrs. Zalles said. "We expect to
go full steam ahead, and that all
projects wil] be incorporated into
the present ORT workshops
"The morning workshops which
were held will provide insight into
the new plan-." Mrs. Zalles added,
"and their recommendations will
be reviewed and implemented."
The annual planning conference
was the Bas Mitzvah year celebra-
tion and in honor of it. the chap-
ters not only met their overseas
project assignments but raised a
large sum of money in oversub-
scriptions.
1 i.- in tailed officer^ of the Great 21
-. ': C"V"-r. Brandefcs University Nation-
al Women's Committee, are (from lefO: Mrs.
W'H'am Smith, vie? president; Mrs. Edward
Lifshin, recording secretary; Mrs. Harold
Dorfman cri Mr*. Brherl Grossman, financi-
er 9cretTies" M""*. M. Hot" Kan'r-n vic
President; Mrs. Benjamin Kresbera. crest-
dent; Mrs. Rhea Goldf-rrb, vice president;
Mrs. Ethel Naqler and Mrs. Ir-vinq Blasberq
corresponding secretaries; and Mrs. Morton
Schwartz, treasurer. Not shown is Mrs Leo
Berman, vice president.
Mrs. Green Will Man Airport's Interfaith Chapel
Mrs Milton Green will represent
'he National Council of Jewish
Women in the administration of a
new program at the Interfaith
Hadassah Unit Installation
Sid Dulberfe and Evelyn Decky
will be installed as members of the
presidium oi the 1. R. Goodman
JXoup of Hada.s-ah at noon Sunday
at the Atlantic Hotel. Metro Com-
missioner Alex Gordon will be the
installing officer.
Chapel of the Miami International
Airport.
members of the Protestant
Catholic religions.
;-
Mrs. Green will head vohiBteers
from Council who will represent
the Jewish faith at the chi |
Located opposite South Con-
course No. 1 at the airport, the
1 Interfaith Chapel is a cooperative
1 endeavor of the Jewish. Catholic
jand Protestant faiths. It will be City Of Hope Chapter
I open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. daily j The S(ar chap,cr cjt> (i, H(p,
for all who desire to stop in for scheduled t0 meet w B00B 0
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Friday. June 14
1968
Senesch Hadassah Group 2:3oPm Thursday. jm ._
the Fourth Floor Audit,. .m nf
Tin- Hanna SeneteR (.roup of Jordan Marsh. 1801 Biscayne BlJ
Hada Shewn cit the lecent installation of the Sun-
coast Chapter, Southeast Florida Region.
Women's American ORT. are thorn left, too
row): Mrs. PhiHo Stark, reqion vice president;
M:s. Joserh Strauss: Mr?. Abrcham Krut-
man. president; Mrs. Moe Gardner oroaram
chairman; Mrs. Myron Cohen trice presi-
dent; Mrs. Florencs Kupoennan
Mrs Lou Ta Center i >w
left): Mrs. Nathan Pickens. treasurer: Mrs.
William Rice, vice president; Mrs. hvinq
Sherman corresrondim secretary: Mrs.
Meyer Goldberq. vie? presid"rt; Mrs. Sindor
Graubard Seated h >m lefft Mrs. "- i
Leeks. Mrs. Nathan Aaionson and Mrs.
' DvHn, secretaries; and Mrs. Ruth
Kushnei rice i
This summer
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Three Mianiians Receive Degrees Prom \eshiva I .
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I luation exen ses were hold
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.- mi Beach
irman. spiritual
lea l< ress I the gi idui
Barad. chairman of the u
ol Education, and Hyer Sal
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Graduates included Julie Ben-
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Barbara Hir-ihfield. Jeffrey Knau-
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Sy",MM^'''*.......'* inches included $400.00 schoo' ,eor
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[Friday. June 14, 1968
+Jmlsl>nor*Mam

Paqe 7-3
4Lut V'opL aj y>u. .
Off \fclTH THE OLD, ON WITH THE NEW
U was Um 4tflh Anniversary dinner of (be
Miami Beach chamber of Commerce at the
lion llou. .i-riy Sussman received the gavel
as incoming president. Aaron Fair received a
plaque g outgoing president. Their respective
wives. Esther and Myra. watched-one with an
ticipaUon. the other with vu sav the word
the evening wont f with great dispatch, fun
an things and danoing. The audience enjoyed
hearing Roger Mudd, cbs reporter and ews
analyst. Rm contajiMu was that he is much bet
tcr looking in person than on TV.
Among those present (and there really was a
big mob. were Mr. ami Mr. Sam Simonorf, Mr
and Mrs. Sidnej Scbwartc, Mr and Mrs loe
Malak, Mrs. Irene Parr. Mr. and Mrs. Harold
rurk. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin. Mr and Mrs
Jerrj Schlakman, Mr. and Mrs. George lli.-ch
Mr and Mrs Jack Wucher. Mr. Barry Ressler and
Mr and Mrs. Leonard Glasser
THE LAST OF THE SEASON
It was the last matinee at the drove Play,
house. The plaj was good. -The Little Foxes'
(.. odbyea were said till next season. It's been fun
so.-ng the same faces in the audience time after
lime. Among the theatergoers were Mrs Sol
Wolf. Mrs a I Barmaek, Mrs. Jeanette Shotz.Mrs
Rutn Guthmann, Mrs Sam Pollock. Mrs M,ttie
Uuer. Mrs. Rose Harris and Mrs Leonard Ea-
ger!
ROUND AND ROUND SHE DROVE
Ruthie Rabbins went oat t.. the airport to pick
up her husband. Alex It was pouring and there
was no place to park. So around and around she
di ire in the rain until she saw him come tramp
m- down. He had been to the 35th reunion of his
school, New York Medical School On.....wtor
even came in from Nova Scotia
WHAT A PRETTY SHOWER!
All of the flowers were yellow and white and
the silver service shone when Mrs Norman Hoi
lai I and Mrs Fred Sheldon gave a bridal lunch
' n in honor oi Susan Stamler. win. is to wed
Robert Reiner, in the Bacus Lounge ol the Eden
i: Hotel All of the shower g'fts were arranged
on a table under a lovely white parasol decorated
with yellow rosebuds and yellow ribbons,
The hostesses gave the first toasts, then each
guest gave a toast, describing what they thou in
was the most important thing in their own
marriage. That was a lot of champagne!
Among the guests were Mrs. Norman Stamler
(mother of the bride). Mrs. Murray Kern. Mr-
Martin Kurzweil. Mrs. Charles Cordon. Mrs Mar-
vl Jacker. Mrs. William Miranda, Mrs. Irving
Rl bin, Mrs Frank Nankin. Mrs. Hud Levin. Mrs
Sisterhood Honors
Wife Of Rabbi
Mrs. Jonah K (apian, wife of
e spiritual leader of Sky Lake
nagogue, was honored at the
Luncheon "i the Sisterhood
week for her "untiring el
: in organizing and nurturing
the Sisterhood until it has
come a self sustaining arm ol
-\ nagogue "
Rabbi Alexander Cross, princi
of the Hebrew Academj of
ireater Miami, ol which Mrs, Cap
n is a past I'TA president, was
t speaker at the luncheon
Rabbi Caplan was present to
itness his wife's honor and to re
cw thi progress of the Sisterhood
the past year. Cantor Mor
Sj Howard. M,s Dave Davis, Mrs Nate Green-
house and tin Al Kluvnian
ABOUT TOWN
Seen at theatre, enjoying -The Little Poxes"
wee Mr. ami Mrs. S,dc> late. Mr and Mrs.
Ferd S. Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. James ll Mayer Mr
r'C f8S"nour s<,""-'<*tom. Mr. and Mrs
Badiard Wolfaon and Dr. and Mrs Richard E
Deutch,
Mr. and Mrs Herbert Mathea and Mr. and
nirs, Leonard Wein entertained al Westview
ountry club in honor o, Stefcmie Prebling whose
marriage to Alan Deutch took place on June 4
The dinner portj was in the Little Club and
was for the youngor set. The room is so pretty
in red and white and youth also is so attractive
so it was a nice party,
Among those attending were Alan and Bar
Dara Sharkey from New York. Jimmy Frehling
I. ibert Mathes, Diane Sanders. Linda Morris
| fol and Leonard Wein, Jr.. and Nancy and
Robert Frehling,
A JUNE SHOWER FOR A JUNE BRIDE
Peggj Jill Zeeman and John I. Cordon whose
wedding was on the ninth of June, are going to
have a yellow kitchen in their new home
Mrs Sidney Lewis. Mrs. Theodore Chertok
and Mrs. William I Brenner had a bridal luncheon
Tor Peggy Jill. It was at Jamaica Inn in the pri-
vate room with the big fireplace. They did not
need a fire in the fireplace' Everything was in
yellow at the big U shaped table. Florence Pick
Graham made the decorations including the hand-
made place cards.
All of the guests had put their gifts under an
umbrella on a small table. Everything for the
kitchen in cheery yellow Pamela Byrne handed
the presents to the bride to open. Shirley Chertok
Heeled the ribbons as they came off the pack
ages and made a bouquet It is traditional to use
this ribbon bouquet at the wedding rehearsal
There was a very touching moment when Mrs.
Stuart Gordon mother of the groom presented
Peggy Jill with a kiddush cup that had been given
to Johns grandmother. Mrs. Monte Selig in I!i4tl
by the Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Among the guests wen- the bride's mother
and grandmother, Mrs. Harold Zeeman and Mrs.
Florence Burger, Mrs. Reuben Rochkind. Mrs
Norman Tatar. Mrs. Nathan Machtev, Mrs Her-
man Meyer. Mrs. Si Mendelson, Mrs. Hvnian
Kaplan. Mrs. Edward Klein. Mrs. Jerome Freeh
ling. Mrs. William Altman, Mrs James Lewis.
Mrs. J Harry Hirsch. Mrs Alfred Cerd and Mrs
Samuel linger.
Frances Ichman
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riFIEDKcattehft PARVE
Saundra Kaplan, CPA
Heads Women's Group
Saundra Kaplan. CPA. was In-
stalled as president of the Miami
Chapter No. 775 of the American
I Society of Women Accountants
Tuesday evening at the Columbus
Hotel Sen. Robert L. Shevin ad
essed the group.
Mrs Mary E, Collier. CPA and
National Director oi ASWA. also
installed Juanita Lynakey and
Emilj Fisher, vice presidents:
sh:iron Capra. recording secre-
tary; Ruby Zaek. corresponding
secretary; and Blanca Santiago.
treasurer. Paula Orlik, Rebecca
lohnson and Irene Alcorn are di-
rectors,
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Frances eJL^en

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jf ttt fartae? r>>g^t dkaf
-*** J :-re --ii= >r--paper ?rx_ she too* i job
- i*ett-K* i Nh4m Her oa-Oe-joo framing sooo
~- '-- :"- t ^ ;-.*ru rz =-i*r i tcpartaMO*
liar-vse iad met aer haasaail in L. jast before ae eat
ea- =-.-.-... inerd ha: pre- != her phone Baa her.
.-: ---iMja she Ada : outran!; gc jc __j; si-.e? la*
o war bur a^ler a fcog te.-epoooe cot
be is ii boliJ. **e sa ae r.esr aboot
-ae paper, aad rtaxmtei*; v*at a eace hoy he a
-at n vsajt. ae eaiae-i her. aac oa taesr laud da:e
poppal to -r^tr-M* They mzmari a aaaats later Sae
M?i ae i-e sever besi ra arihaa clothes, bar i
* oaesc : make :ne eaaa. ae Batter what tae bo*ks
-.. Charlotte f ski i* teaks great te eittaer.
They ease to Mia an oa their boatj bh>ju and got
*ii -= th*_- sj~* A paae _a:er. ia the a As. of a ion-
-hey car-* *o _** .i Mtaa:. ^t their Srrt-oorr:.
- v il Daofhter Sczaa^e was bora here- Tbey uzk
- MM I Ml I tftaff Aeu foa. Tacu boBMN is sboe<
_-; >? ----- i x* : -: ; ; ;4 ; .- MM >_-
- *.-Jser a sae 1 or a tzze 14 shoe:
--' ^oe ten eaataaatr. cbe would jas freeze ap
T -. ::-.: -- -.. if.tr
tr 12 a year. She t- te i*x:
- i-~ r ijor. does the ..
.
xt ii do uaae.
Caark>' ".do aae> Uuafs bea they first
lecaled M :-e a hox-
treet neigthor." Soe Satacai
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Hadassafe as cot a ae* name to her She
j;.--,,..
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er orgacuxatK'.'
to ooe- aac Ihm
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Mtaaralv the* Chapter p
I as pr> rideat
ih She is excited aboat
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feeds that she caa oalj
2araa herself boh, htaiie*
Hadassah does.
She has ao special hobbies bat ntes a Bttk I aer
-j-r- :..::ui. >:::.: ;;:
--.--?^ She Lkes to piay brid{e. attend concert but not
r "- and an avid reader. Her way of
-. to say the least Sse reads to books
: tatddUereet types of stones for different tua
1*9
other, she thinks her ciiudrec are pr
The four in this famiiy. all with the same easy-
leaaaecaoaeaS, e.i3y each other? company, takir.;
aaeaOaai a- a family because Hhrj ::ke to be together
^--: >ear the twred Mexico: this year they plan a trip to
-ii:
Charlotte insists she is in that nebulous category calkd
average She is. however, far above average Her leader
^ I ? ability is evidenced by ber coming up through the Ha-
I rank? to her present offiee. and she :s a bright
er. extremely witty young woman with a flair for
ng in the Dorothy Parker style. She isin todav's
con with it."
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Hot*: S 8. *
l-awrcr<* CiOen. son of Mr aad
Mrs. B*- u taaetl
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The new Mr- Cahec sm
Ja=.;a rLii Behool : Nr-
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versrry of Miaou.
The trjce-groom t w.i
from -^* [ .*. States
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ior C4>;t
Arvr a aooe- a Paradsse
li-iztz Nissau. rtahaa-.as Xc
ca^p ott re*de ^ Corai ClMoi
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Mr. a Mrs Ja;- Da?.- er- -
a hos>eyaOE Sar. Franc.sco
Bever1;- H;!_i aai Las vegas aft^r
they ere aaamed or Thi--sday.
Jose ?. at the Foouin-cbjerc HoteL
Rahb I--'; Lcr.r-in. sc .-...:
. r- ::' l-rz-t I~i-.il. M
.-. Beach, officxa'.ed at the eore-
moo>
The laroaer Shirley Fox
-- V M: i-; vr^ so: Fox. 2S01
?..-* Tree Dr M:i-. 5-
r.ew Mr? Dock .- gradoate of
kompanek-Winkoff
- jp'.i-i i' -- : :r- Boi
;: to) m ;.at ? -:.:*d the faroMt
k Mjstoff aad Raaotah w
Boa aaool
The ;i.. Mr?
Leo Mmkof.' 1130 Ma*041 Ave.
Cora: Gables the br It a grado-
ite of Cora. Gabees H:gr. School
a=d v. t.r Lriverr.:-. af Florida
-
aurs. tvooiMi tommttt
She received her mast
: m the Ci "- I V.i~
Tbe hndegroom is the -
Mr ana Mrs. Badorpr.
'. Caoshortu .. yc :-.
z.-.-.r .'. -be Iniverv
rgtou .-: c roi
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Friday Tune 14, 1968
+ k*ist FkrHirir
Patfe 9-B
WeM^ ,11, nein9 rjor cjLsc jHne gr.Jes
Shaflt: aughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Stacfer, 20 Island Ave.. at-
endec e University of Miami,
wher. belonged to Sigma Delta
Tau.
The join, tbe son of Mr and
Mra H j Kotkin. 2451 Brickell
Ave., If graduate ot the I'niver-
slt) i' ami.
< *
h uher-hnminsky
i Emano-EI was the set-
ring to: le wediing ceremony of
Mr ar,. Irs, Howard Lewis Kuker
in Sur ay, June 9. with Rabbi
Irving i-.irman. spiritual leader of
the ten -.-. officiating.
Th
lauuh;-
Kamin-,
.imi Bet
)f cat
beadin,
Hers. He
Kuker .
Carolt
maid-
Gary F
usbered
rmer Diane Kaminsky,
f Mr. and Mrs. Herman
-.7111 Hue Bordeaux, Mi-
i. the bride chose a gown
light satin with pearl
n the bodice and shoul-
maid of honor was Karen
id Barbara Resnick and
arber served a- brides-
?-t man was Alan Kuker;
sch acd Sheldon Lowe
Tht rw Mrs. Kuker plans to
teach it :he fall. She received her
degret Education from the Uni-
versity .f Mia.ni where she be-
lonzec. \> Delta Phi Epsilon. Kappa
Delta i ;. and Phi Kappa Phi
Th< videgroom. whose parents
ire M: and Mrs Max Kuker, of
Asbury ark, N.J.. received his de-
cree D Accounting from the Uni-
versity f Miami and is currently
sttendjn^ the University of Miami
Law Sf-Dol. where he is treasurer
of Phi I-rlta Phi legal fraternity.
After honeymoon in Cape Cod,
Mr. an< Mrs. Kuker plan to live at
7713 N th Kendall Dr.

Levin-\lirman
Dav.u. Beth Mirnvan and Jona-
than i an Levin were married
Thurxi,,. evening. June 6. at
Tenipit Israel of Greater Miami.
Rabb, seph Narot performed the
cerenu: y.
The Vide, the daughter of Mr.
and Mr Edward S. Mirman. 650
Coral Way, Coral Gables, gradu-
ated frr--i Southwe-t Miami Senior
High School and Sophie Newcomb
Collet n New Orleans. La
Th< : ridegroom. son of Mr. and
Mrs Z0 ./man L leans aduatcd cum laude from
Tulant- .niversry. He was r.amed
to I'h : eta Kappa and is a mem-
ber oi Pfli Mu Epsilon and Phi Eta
Sigma vjnorary Fratemiti--.
tending the graduate school of
Washington University.
Runyan-Budner
Mr and Mrs. Glenn Martin Riin-
an were married on Sunday, June
3. at the Algiers Hotel
I'd" : i i- the Former Sharon
Joy Budner, daughter ol Mr and
Mrs, Murraj Budner, 204n s\v 20th
St. A :::, luate of Coral Gables
r Huii School. he attended
Sophie Newcomb College, New Or-
leans. L;i.. and will ura luate next
January from the University of
Miami.
The ^roorn. son of Mrs, Margaret
ifunyan of Westmont. 111., received
his B.A, degree from the Univer-
sity uf Wisconsin and his MA. from
Tulane University, New Orleans.
He is currently employed by the
Dade County Board of Public In-
struction.
After a honeymoon in Jamaica,
the couple will live in West Miami.
*
Samuels-Segal
A wedding ceremony at Temple
Beth El. Hollywood, on Friday,
June 7, united the former Susan
Segal and John Samuels. Rabbi
Samuel Jaffe officiated. A recep-
tion followed at the Eden Roc
Hotel.
Dadughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
iam Segal. 6440 N. Bay Rd.. Miami
Beach, the bride attended the Uni-
versity cf Wisconsin and plans to
continue her -studies at the Univer-
-----------------------------------\------------
Vrrier Katin
MRS. 41 AN SANDU
! sity of Illinois in Chicago.
The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs.
iJudson Samuels. 2465 Monroe St.
i Hollywood, is an honors graduate
of Vanderbilt University, where he
| was a member of the Chancellor's
Advisory Board and the National
I Leadership honorary- He is cur-
I rently completing his last year of
! law school at the University of
Chicago on a full tuition scholar
| *hip.
After a honeymoon in Jamaica
' the couple will live in Chicago.
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of Chicago, III., was maid of honor.
Mrs. David S. Levin of St. Louis
was bridesmaid. Best man was
Eliot Levin of New Orleans, and
the ushers included the groom's
twin brother, David S. Levin, and
the bride's brother. Charles B.
Mirman.
The bride wore an imported linen
gown with heavy V'enise lace trim-
. ming the neckline, cap sleeves and
! hem. The chapel-length train was
I bordered in matching lace and a
. Venisc lace cap held the shoulder-
length veil. Site carried a cascade
i of white marguerite daisies and
white roses. Her attendants wore
yellow gowns trimmed with Venise
lace and cairied bouquets ot white
and yellow daisies.
Tht. .ides rousin, Diane Leaf. The mother of the bride wore a
Paul S.r..'1-T i
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mint green silk gown with match-
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chose a gown of emerald green .
atin and chiffon.
Out-of-town guests included Mrs. '
, Herman Rothenberg, Mr. and Mrs. '
Harry Novick, Mr. and Mrs. Sidney ,
Mirman, Mrs. Morton Waters and
daughter. Donna, of New York; Mr.
and Mrs. Michael Mirman of Ra-
leigh. N.C.: Mrs. Sam Leaf of Chi-
cago. III.; Mr. and Mrs. Louis ,
Luuler. Ben Blumberg. Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Kohlman. Mr. and
Mrs. Leon Levin and the Misses
Rhonda and Debra Udin. of New
Orleans.
After a weeding trip through the
Southeastern United States, the
couple wiil live in St. Louis. Mo.,
a here the hrideuroom will be at-
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^Jknist Hcradictr
Friday. June 14, 1%q
*""'v''w'',^''w'w'-''^'''^^
Caren Bebchuck
Caren. daughter of Mr and Mrs.
nnanl Bebchuck. will observe
iW Has Mitzvah Friday evening.
ime 14 at Beth Torah Synagogue.
A seventh grade student at John
F. Kennedy Junior High School,
Caren Is In the filth year ol He-
new School and will continue her
-tudies. entering the Confirmation
1#S8 ot 1969.
Barry Cooper
Barry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
in Cooper. 5000 N. Bay Rd.. Miami
leach, will become Bar Mitzvah
t 10:45 a.m. Saturda.v. June 15. at
emple Beth Sholom.
Barry is a student of Beth Sho-
tin's Confirmation Class of 5731
Mis mother is a vice president of
he temple's Sisterhood and his
father is financial secretarj of the
temple.
*
Helaine Firtel
Helaine. daughter of Mr. and
Mrt. Milton Firtel. will observe
cr Bas Mitzvah Fridax evening.
une 14. at Beth Torah Synagogue.
A seventh grade student at John
Kennedy Junior High School.
lelaine is in the fourth year in
Hebrew School and will become a
member of the Confirmation class
l 1969.
Richard Kadin
Saturday morning. June 15. at
AS a.m. in the Main Sanctuary of
Temple Ner Tamid. Richard How-
id. son of Mr. and Mrs. So! Kadin
il 965 79th Ter. Miami Beach.
vill be Bar Mitzvah.
Richard is a student at Nautilus
Junior High School and Ner Tamid
Religious School.
A reception in Richard's honor
ill be held Sunday evening at the
.litz Plaza Hotel.
Out-of-town guests include his '
grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. J. Ka-
lin, of New York; an aunt. Mrs.
P. Marks, from Texas: and his aunt
nd uncle. Mr. and Mrs Sam Ros- .
nstein, from New York
Gary Kaplan
Gary, son of Mr. and Mrs Julius
Kaplan, 1911 NK 187th Dr., North
Miami Beach, will be Bar Mitzvah
Saturdaj morning, June 15 in Sky
,ake Synagogue at the 9 a.m.
* n Ice
Gary, who is a student at John
V Kenned} Junior High School.
.ill conduct the entire service..
eading a portion of the Torah as
ell bs the Haftarah.
Mrs. Benjamin Bernard. Clary's
grandmother, and her sons have
arrived from London. England, to
ittend the Bar Mitzvah Gary's pa-
ternal grandparents are Mr. and
li- Jack Kaplan of North Miami
leach.
A Kiddush reception after the
ervices Will be hold at the home
I his parents and a formal dinner
HU*ty will be given in his honor
Sunday evening at Temple Emanu-
El Hall in Miami Beach.
studies, becoming a member of the
Confirmation class of 1969
Howard Muller
Howard, son ot Mr. and Mrs
Norman Mullen. 1714 SW 100th
\vr.. will be called to the Torah at
Temple Or Olora at the 8:30 a.m.
services Saturday. June 18, when
he will become Bar Mitzvah.
Howard is a seventh grade stu
lent at Rockwaj Junior High
-School.
Among the out-of-town guests
expected to be present will be Mr.
and Mrs. Calvin Mullen and family
from Culver City. Calif. Howard's
; maternal grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Schonberger. from Miami
are also expected to attend
Mr. and Mrs. Mullen will co host
! the Oneg Shabbat following the
Friday night services and also the
Kiddush following Saturday morn-
ing's services.
A reception-luncheon will be held
Saturda.v afternoon at W'aldman
Hall. Temple Or Olom.
Jeffrey Murray
Jeffrey Robert, son of Mr and
Mrs. Donald J. Murray. 920 Alava
Ave., Coral Gables, will become
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Judea of
Coral Gables at 11:15 a.m. Satur-
: day. June 15.
Jeffrey is a seventh grade stu-
dent at Ponce de Leon Junior High
School, where he plays the bass in
the school orchestra.
A reception and luncheon will be-
held in his honor, following the
Bar Mitzvah service.
Attending the event will be his
grandparents. Mrs Pearl Wapner
and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Murray,
local residents. Out-of-town guests
are expected from Michigan. New
York. New Jersey and Pennsyl-
vania,
*
Mark Reisfeld
Mark Reisfeld. son of Mr and
Mrs. Harold Reisfeld. will observe
his Bar Mitzvah Saturday morn
Ing, June 15. at Beth Torah Syna-
gogue.
Mark attends John F. Kennedy
Junior High School, where he is in
the seventh grade, and is a student
of the MitZVah class at Hebrew
School. He will enter the Confirma-
tion class ot 1069
Arthur Scharf
Arthur Leonard, son of Mr. and
Mrs Jack Scharf. will become Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Emanu El on
Saturda.v. June 15.
Arthur, who has completed the
eighth grade at Nautilus Junior
High School, is vice president of
Temple Emanu-EI Junior United
Synagogue Youth
The celebrant will be honored at
a Kiddush in Sirkin Hall immedi-
ately following the worship service
and at a reception in the evening
al the Lucerne Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave I'.randman
and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Scharf. Ar-
thur's grandparents, will attend
the event.
Arthur Landers
Arthur, son of Mr. and Mrs Bar
ley Landers, will bo called to the
orah as a Bar Mitzvah Saturday
norning, June 15, at Temple Zion.
Arthur is an eighth grade stu-
i t al West Miami Junior High
School and plays trumpet in the
i.....>l band.
Mr. and Mrs. Landers will host
he Kiddush following the services
a reception dinner at the
YMII.A Saturday night in honor of
he celebrant with guests from out-
Mown expected to attend.
* *
Bradley Marshall
Bradlev. sun of Mr. and Mrs.
;ene Marshall, will observe his
Mitzvah Saturday morning.
i 15 at Beth Toi ah Sj nagogue,
A seventh grade student at John
Kenned) Junior High School.
Bradley is in the fifth veai of He
irew School and will continue his
Kenneth Winick
Saturday, June 15. at the 8:30
a.m. services at Temple Or Olom,
Kenneth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al-
exander Winick. 7915 SW 23rd St.,
will become Bar Mitzvah
A seventh grade student at West
Miami Junior High School, Kenneth
plays trumpet in the school band
and also plays the electric guitar.
Among the guests expected to
attend Kenneth's Bar Mitzvah are
his maternal grandparents, Mr
and Mrs. l Lerner, of Bed Bank.
\.J. and Mr. and Mrs Ben Winick
from Miami. Other guests are ex-
pected from New York. Oklahoma
and Silver Spring. Md
Mr. and Mrs. Winick will CO hosl
the Oneg Shabbal following Friday
night services as well as the Kid-
lush following Saturday morning
services. A reception and dinner
honoring the celebrant will be held
Saturday night at the Algiers Hotel
Sorry Cooper
Jeffrey Murray
tcK
o n
Gary Kaplan
J 1
Arthur Scharf
o w n
MAZEL TOV: Harry (Pop) Si-
mons was honored on his 90th
birthdaj b) the library commit
tee ot Beth David Congregation.
Present at the celebration at the
Cafe of the Ambassadors at the
Sheraton Four Ambassadors were
Mrs. Ted Sandier, Mrs. Murray
Turelsky, Mrs. Frank Rose, Mrs.
Lawrence Scherr, Mrs. Albert
Beer, Mrs. Manuel Lubel, Mrs.
Harold Berke, Mrs. Melvin Ros
enbaum and Mrs. Henry Kamen.
Mr. Simons is the donor of the
Harry Simons Library at Beth
David Bertha and Charles
Dernis ot Miami Beach celebrated
their 35th wedding anniversary
at a surprise party given by their
children. Martin and Belle Dernis
and Elaine and Morton Laufer.
Sixty-live guests were on hand to
share the joy of the occasion.
Among those present were Mrs
Dernis' mother. Mrs. K. Becker-
man and the Dernis' three grand
children.
DOUBLE VISION: Movie itai
Polly Bergen, a recent guest at
Ihe Fontaincblcau. has a "dou
ble" here. She's nationally known
interior designer Geraldine Farm-
er (Mrs. Sidney Alterman) of I'... .
Point. Geraldine. who didn't take-
up interior design until she was
40seven years agois a former
model, singer and actress. She
co-starred with Dan Duryea in
live episodes of the old "China
Smith" television series.
MUCHAS NACHAS: Arvin Jer-
emy Jaffe, who recently won the
Oratorical Contest sponsored by
the North Shore Optimist Club.
was runner-up in the zone Orator
leal Contest for Dade County He
i- the son of Rabbi and Mrs.
Samuel Z. Jaffe of Hollywood-
Temple Beth El Mrs. Dorothy
Sanders was elected to the office
of Grand Guard at the Jackson-
ville state convention of 32 Pyth-
CORAL CABLES HOME
BY OWNER
OLD CUTLER HI).
S E CORNER, fenced, custom
built. 690 Calatrava Ave 3 bed.
rooms 4 baths, master bedroom
27x15 walkin closet, built-in vanity
same in bath rooms, large living
room, also formal dining room,
large play and breakfast room. Also
large kitchen, all electric has every,
thing. Formica cabinets, 55' x 25'
screened patio. 33'x 16' heited pool
Large yard, beautifully landscaped.
2 car garage with utility room .
bath, sprinkler system. Many other
extras, shown by appointment only
For information rail 665-5071.
ian Sister Temples of Florida.
Mrs Sander-, .i depart men) store
executive, will preside at the 1973
state convention Sidney Pert-
noy, son of the Earl Pertnoys ot
Miami Beach, will attend the
Wharton School of Finance at the
Universit) of Pennsylvania. He
recently graduated from Phillips
Academy in Andovor. Mass .
Mrs. Ella Borok o| Naranja has
been awarded an Experienced
Teacher Fellowship to the Uni-
versity of Miami. She was chosen
from a group Of 200 applicants
throughout the state to study Ed-
ucational Administration, t'pon
completion of the course, she will
receive a Master's Degree in Ed-
ucation. Her husband. Arnold, is
also working for a Master s De-
gree, in Administration, at the
university.
DINING OUT: Old friends Dr.
and Mrs. Alex Mintzer ol Holly-
wood and Mr. .md Mrs. Phil El-
son ot Triton Towers. Miami
Beach, met at Chandler's for an
evening of good food and fun
alter a long separation Also
seen at Chandler's: Mr. and Mrs.
Allen Berk ol Smith Miami and
their family. The Berks were cel-
ebrating his recent acquisition of
the Waterway Inn on Chase Ave.
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Tennis Courts,
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Repairs Only Small Jobs
A Specialty Reasonable Prices
Phone: 444-3415 or 448-5946
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REDUCED $20,900!
Spicioos. Qracioua, Immaculate
Air Cond Huge 3 bedroom. 2
Equipped kitchen an-i Florida room
Gorgeous carpeting and drapes
Foyer entrance. Fireplace. too
Owner leaving must assume
loan $122 Day, aM ,,-, ,erriflc
See now
Angela Dairy. Realtor
713 N.E. 125th Street 757-2559
MR. EXECUTIVE
OPEN from 2 5. 6960 Glen Eagle
Dr. Loch lomand, Miami Lakes. The
last word in executive living.
Magnificent family room, 4 Bed
rooms, 3 both, 2-car garage, on 2
acre. Central heat, air-cond., mony
extras.
HENRY VAL0EZ, BROKER
Phone 822-1322 or 821-2334
BARBER SHOP
For Sale
Beautiful Mem Hairstyling Salon
CO0O LOCATION
PARTNER OR BUY
Small Down Payment
Butinesi Will Pay Balance
Call: LARRY
SOUTH WEST
MIAMI HOME
Pool, central air, 3 or 4 bedroom.
Florida room and extras too
numerous to miss.
$30 000 try 10 down.
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Phone 226-1311
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SOUTH WEST
MIAMI HOME
FINE FLOOR PLAN
3 BEDROOMS 2 bath, garage, word
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fenced, custom drapes, new carpet
extras. Good area 2 years old 5
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Phone 271-5033
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Minimum Investment 518,500
with potential return
$34,000 or Better
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Miami, Florida 33101
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room, garage, fenced yard, new
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corner lot Modern built in k
Carpeting, drapes, refngerat r,
waslier. Assume 5 ir', mortqage
$3,700 Down.
To see call
MRS. BURT 821-140'
Vivian G. LeDuc
?43-753*
BROKER
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Friday. June 14. 1968
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0737 S.W. 98th St. 271-2075
LOVELY NORTHEAST
M'AMI HOME
St Rose of Lima across the street
from 515 N.E. 107 St County taxes
only. Large 4 bedroom. 5 bath on
lot 100'x187- a den 20'x21' with
front st. entrance which can be
used as professional office. Extra
i.irge screened patio, laundry room
16'xll1 Fla. room. 18'x12' Hot water
neat oil fired boiler. Chilled water
.nr conditioner system, carpeted.
-ur.il b'rrh trim ,,,,,,,,.
Closets galore, sprinkler system,
frnced an.1 many more fea ures.
$50,000 firm. Owner can arrange
$40,000 first mortgage.
JACK KNAP 757-2774
Shown By Appointment Only
* knit! fhraclimr
Paqe 11-3
NOW LEASING
FURN UNFURN.
' or r Bedrooms. Spacious, modern
* Swimming oool, tennis court.
u*T ng green, shuffle board, boat
to k 10 minutes to downtown
BAY PARK TOWERS
Phone: 373-3104
CC2NER
8 UNIT MOTEL
Modern on S.W. 8th Street with
Owners Apt. Priced to Sell.
Excellent Return. Good Terim
C. G. PARIS, REALTOR
Phone 443 5288
SOOTH WEST
MIAMI HOMES
Extra large modern L shaped homo.
i Bedioi.m. 2 bath, rocfed and
screened patio. 2 car garage. Cen.
tral gas hr.it. Oversized corner I -
lire S'4.9C0.
North fac'ng hc.ited pool home on
rnor a^re plus 3 bedroom 2 bath,
.lining roon\, 2 car | d<
I nee garage. Oversized pool and
- reered patto. Fine prolessmnal
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KENDALL DRIVE
""he only corner available m the
enter of the activity' Off-r*
feet of frontage with high
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cation] Priced at only $135 a
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Realtor
So Miami Federal Bui'dmg
Sun land Shopping Center
Phone: 233-0231
GOLDEN BEACH
HOME
$29,500- '4 CASH DOWN
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REALTORS
260-96th Street
Miami Beach
Phone 866-9755
CORAL GABLES HOME
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The most lushly landscaped 2> 2
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overlooking t he 25' x 50' filtered
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.-61 Alhambra Circle 446-1696
80 ACRES
Near Homestead Airport
$1,750 per acre
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EDRIS BREAUX, BROKER
65 N.W. 9 St., Homestead
247-1781 or 247-5959
DIRECT FROM OWNER
6545 S.W. 128 Street
Beautiful wooded acre Custom
built 4 bedroom. 3 tiled bath.. Car.
peted. centr.il air. Filtered pool,
over 800 sq ft. covered patio with
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Schools $54,900. Appointment only
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Jack Thomas Inc. Realtors
3791631
HOMES FOR SALE
2370 N.W. 175 ST.
Immaculate 3 bedroom I _. bath.
e.it-.n kitchen, patio, fenced rear
yar,i. nicely landscaped Leaving
some appliances. carpet.ng Ask ng
$16,000.
2110 N.W. 188 TER.
Z Bedroom. 2 bath Florida room
eat-in kitchen, carport, fenced rear
yard, sprinklers. Assume '>'t mort-
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occupancy.
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1555 N E 164 St 949-8144
AVTO
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SOUTH MIAMI SUBURBAN
LIVE ON A LAKE
WITH A SANDY BEACH FOR
SWIMMING 4 BEDROOM
2 BATH, 2 CAR GARAGE
POOL CENTRAL A'R-HEAT
UPPER S30.S
Good S Mortgage
CRONAN REALTY, REALTOR
Phone: 665-7822
584? SUNSET DRIVE
SOUTH MIAMI. FLORIDA
SALE OR LEASE
THE TIMES BUILDING
364 SEVILLA, Coral Gables
Central Air Conditioned, alley de-
livery, unmetered parking, in the
heart ol the Gables. 24x95. Sole
$35,000, generous Terms.
See Alan Cross
1702 Ponce de Leon
445-2539, or your Broker
SURFSIDE
LOW RATES
1 and 2 BEDROOM
ALSO EFFCYS. $40 WEEK UP
9316 Collins Ave. 865-5444
CORAL CABLES HOME
DECORATORS DREAM
LUXURIOUSLY NEW
Home in very de.rable location 3
Large bedrooms. 2 beautiful wall
papered baths. Huge separate liv-
mg and Florida rooms formal din.
ing room and 2 car garage. Dual
system. Central air and heat.
Charles De Camps Res. 443-8813.
J ALLEN BROWN. REALTOR
Phone: 446-7616
Business Oportunity
Beautifully Decorated
COCKTA'L LOUNGE
LIQUOR BAR
DOWNTOWN MIAMI
S7.00C HANDLES
374-9173 After 3 p.m.
NEW LISTING
This Charming 4 bedroom 2 bath rancher is the ideal home. Traffic free living room, large dining room. family Kitchen. 2 car garage, cen-tril air and heat, oversized screen, ed family area. What a lovely neighborhood. CALL NOW $31,900
PALMETTO PROPERTIES
REALTOR
14331 S. Dixie Highway
Phone 235-7321
SOUTHWEST
MIAMI HOMES
Beautiful duplex 21.000. 1 acre
horse country with custom home
540,000. 2 CBS homes on 1 lot.
$16,090. 4 bedroom, 2 bath. Furn.
S23.800.
Wayne Realty, Broker
10700 Coral Way Phone 221 3494
jIfEfHJHf&fHfEL,
DEPARTMENT STORE
13995 N.W 7 Ave North Miami
m.is Available ,1 few choice loca-
tions for rent.
Grocery, Produce. Butcher. Baker.
Delicatessen. Housewares. Paints.
Hardware. Lidies-Childrens Wear.
Beauty Aids. Supplies. Liquors
Call: 685-0931
Eves. 532-4947
SIERRA MIRADA
By Original Owner
Deluxe custom built 3 bedroom 2
bath plus den Cathedral ceiling,
fireplace, centeral heat and air.
Well. pump, and sprinkler seystenv
Ltrge permanent roofed screen
room, double car port with straight
and circular curbed dr.veway
Newly landacaped. Extra large lot.
Price. $20,500. Assume first mort.
balanea o' $11,500 at 4 ,
Open Sat and Sun 696-8100 days
621-6132 nights.
123 DOUGLAS ROAD
DOCTORS SPACE
Available 5 Room Suite
AIR CONDITIONED
GOOD LEASE
PARKING FACILITIES
Phone: UN 6-4474
NEW LISTING
18 New Pool Apts.
20% NET SUIT YOU?
All FURN. 1 BEDROOM
FREEMAN CORP.
REALTORS
5807 SUNSET D8IVE
Phone: 661-1644
24 HOURS
WAY-LO HOME REPAIRS
FROM ROOF TO FOUNDATION
Also Wood and Asphalt Shingles
Phone: CA 1 6372
SOUTHWEST
DUPLEX APT.
FOR RENT
6 Lovely Rooms. 2 Bedrooms,
1 Bath. Adults. No Pets
SI 50 Month Rent
Call Owner
448-7562
Miami Beach Homes
Reduced To $26,000
114 VENETIAN WAY
OILIDO ISLE -OPEN 11-4
3 Bedroom 2 bath, Florida room,
central air, garage, freshly painted.
A Real buy! Bring your checkbook
Waronker Realtor
6871 BIRD ROAD
667-1911 or 667-5681
LEMAR HOTEL
Large, Air Cond. or Fan.
Cook, Block Beach, Low Rates
$10 Week and Up
239 9th Street, Miami Beach
Phone 534-4744
Courteous Complete
24 Hour Service
LELA B. REED, Realtor
575 N.E. 125th Street
North Miami, Florida
Phone 751-1688
N. KENDALL &
SOUTH DIXIE
THE KENDIX BLDG. OFFERS
Choice Business or
Professional Office Space
Available Now
Call Owner 666-2526
RIVIERA CHARMER
V/' II Lccoted 3 bedrooms 2 boths.
23x10 pool. Martjcge placel
Reduced 53,000. Walk to Ponce Jr.,
Sunset Elementary. Call Vicki Adair.
Helen R. Stratt, Realtor
Phone 667-:;638
Southwest Miami
POOL DREAM HOME
2 Bedroom. 2 l*ith. Large corner .
fenced. Beautiful pool patio. Air-
Cond. central h-*at 2 car garage
No qualifying or clcs.ng costs. As
SUmc mortgage. Only $?3.5D0 Low
down payment. Call Leon M. New
man. Realtor. 1S09 Ponce. Gables.
4-11.1681 or 448-8284 anytime Alsc
many other good listings.
FREEPORT
[ Waterfront Unit or Apt.
SITES
From SI 9,000. Also Single Family
2 to 4 Plex's From $4,095.
All Utilities, Terms Immediate
Or Futu'e
Build. Call Mr. Jacwin
ROEIN REALTY INVESTMENT COUP.
I Americana Hotel 866-5776;
WANTED!!!
ISLAND LIVING
Executive type furn.
1 Bedroom Apt. from now to Dec. \
Picture Windows ^
Over-look Biscayne Bay
Pool and Oockage
Sunmmer Rates
405 N. Hibiscus Drive
Hibiscus Island
Phone: 5380230
INVESTOR
Owner Transferred
$23,500 WILL BUY THIS LOVELY
3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH POOL PATIO
HOME. LIVING ROOM, KITCHEN &
MASTER BEDROOM OPEN TO POOL
AREA.
LOCATED IN WHISPERING PINES.
CALL LAURA SHOUSE
JERRY D. STARR, Realtor
10535 S. Dixie Highway
Phone 665 1161
IN THE
Q BRACKET...
"A LAND INVESTMENT WORTH YOUR WHILE"
Minimum cash investment SI 50.000
Interest & taxes write off S80.C00 per year
No principal payments for 7 years then .
EXCELLENT terms on balance
2 mile on 4-laned hiway
1 Mile on proposed 100' street
"PRIME SOUTH-DADE & CLOSE-IN"
There is not another investment like this any-
where in South Dade .
For Information & Appointment
SAM B. NEVEL, REALTOR
Rosenfeld & Nevel Realtors
220-71 Street, Suite 213 Miami Beach, Fla.
Phone: 305-865-8575
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MRS. SAMUEL SKOKNICKI
Snndler-Hamersm ith
An afternoon wedding ceremony
on Sunday June 9. at the Eden
Roc Hot!-) joined the former Susan
Faith Hamers.-nith and Alan Mi-
chael Sandier
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard Ham< rsraith, 2756 Trade
Ave.. attended Miami Senior High
School and is a graduate of the
University of Miami.
The groom attended Coral Ga-
nsfns
every)
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MKS. ALAN WOLfE
ble- High School and graduated
irom the University of Miami. His
parents are Mr and Mrs. 0>car
Sandier. 509 Miller Rd.. Coral
Gables.
After a honeymoon in Jamaica,
the couple will live in Coral
Gables
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Skornicki-Brrgrin
The wedding of Paula Sheila
Bergrin. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
H. ft Carver, 92fl SW 58th Ter.
and Samuel Skornicki. son of Mr.
and Mrs. A. Skornicki. Passaic.
N.J.. was held at the Israelite Cen-
ter on June 8. Reception followed
in the temple's banquet hall.
The bride, who graduated from
Southwest Miami Senior High
School, also attended Undse; Hop-
kins. \. here she obtained her Den-
tal Assistant certification.
Mr Skornicki was graduated
from Yavneh Academy and F.a-t
Side High School. Peterson. N.J.
He is now a senior at Rutgers Col-
leize of Pharmacy i" New Jersey.
The newly weds will make their
home in Passaic.
Sockloff-Adams
Susan Carol Adams, daughter of
Mrs. Lawrence Jor.es of Atlanta
and the late Mr. Adams, was mar-
ried on June 7 to Alan Leonard
Sockloff, >on of Mr. and Mrs Max
Sockloff, 411 Malaga Ave Coral
Gables
The ceremony and reception
were held in A'lanta. The bride at-
tended Murphy High School in
Atlanta and is a senior, majoring
in psychology at Emory Univer-
sity.
Mr Sockloff graduated from
MftS. JOHN SAMUELS
Coral Gables High School and
Emory University, where he re-
ceived his M A. in psychology. He
will be receiving his Ph.D. in Ex-
perimental Psychology in the near
future.

IT olfe-Schulman
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Edward Wolfe
are on a honeymoon in the Ba-
hama- after their wedding cere-
mony on Sunday. June 9. at Temple
Gold Room
Brauty Salon
WELCOMES THE
Customers and friends of
Becky's Beauty Salon and
Velma's Beauty Salon and
assures them of the finest in
hair styles and service
YOUK BIAU1Y IS OUR BUSINESS"
14620 N.W. 7th Ave. 685-2711
10204 N.W. 7th Ave. 758-9996
MRS. ALAN SOCHLOrf
Or Olom with Rabbi Ralph Glix-
man officiating.
.Nancy Mahoney was ''i-id of
honor. The other attendant! i
Iel< ne Stales and Mrs. Ph>
Carpenter. Steven L. Wolfe served
is best man
A graduate of Miami Senior Hirh
School and of Jackson Memorial
Hospital School of Nursing, the
former Margaret Leah Schulman
is the daughter of Mrs. Bettv Schul.
man, 444 SW 25th Rd.
The bridegroom, the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Sigmund E. Wolfe. 730
N'W 30th Ct is a graduate of Mi-
ami Senior High School and of the
University of Miami School of
Music. He is the band director of
Citrus Grove Junior High School.
Mr- Theodore Zalles was in-
dent of the South-
a Region ol Wom-
en's American ORT during its
annual ing conference held
- Evi rglades Hotel this w < k
Mrs Zalles chose a white on
white In silk illusion w th
scroll embroidery. Her A-line
ner featured the double
breasted with ball-shaped jet
buttons and a touch of black vel-
vet ruffled bracelet-length
sleeves. Aiter she a3 installed
she received a dozen long stem-
med American Beauty roses from
her husband.
Outgoing presidenl Mrs Harold
Schneider vvore dre-s and match
ing coat ensemble in a powder
blue ribbed knit fabric. A toast
colored chiffon scarf was at her
neckline. Mrs Louis Baron's
black ribbed cotton was trimmed
with triple jeweled buttons on
her sleeves
Yellow and white was the color
combination of the 3-piece knit
mble worn by Mr- Leonard
":' : .k Mrs. Harry Rosen-
blatt's 3-piece beigi kn;t featured
hand crocheted pockets on the
jack
Mr-. Samuel Press was in a
pink and white p:que which was
printed in abstract block form.
A floral print suit with a mo-s
. blou-e was the choice of
!' rlyn Mr-. Eli Kahn
a- :n a biaik sleeveless dress
with a large white collar. Mrs
Non ..:. M rris's white knit en-
semble featured a charcoal and
i pebble effect on her jacket
The tailored look was seen in
Mrs, Abraham Krutman's pin
str pe dress !n gold, navy and
white, it was long sli i ved, belted.
tad button-trimmed pocket-.
low at 'he hipline
Mrs. Florence Kupperman wore
k and white silk pa
print skimmer with bracelet-
h sleeves. Mrs. Mike Rosen-
thai was in a lime green sleeve
less skimmer. Mrs, Max Horn's
U >n white featured the dou-
ble breasted look with gold but-
loi A yellow kr.:; v.i-
pr:nt ascot at the neck
th" cho.ee of Mi Bess
.': Irving Tillis select
reen ribbed km-
cowl neckline
Hy Rottenberg
black and white diaraon
ed woven fabric" with a ,r
at the neckline antf f'
trim. Mr-. Ben Gutstei
semble began with a fores-
moygashel linen skirt
continued into a mint _
lero jacket, pink was the
her long-sleeved blouse ir .
cummerbund encircled he
Ombrcd green coil) dots oi
of white silk was the c
Mrs Ann Berger Mrs
Gutsteln chose an emera
silk knit with band-*creen<
flowers cascad.n*; down it-
An abstract pr;n; in r.
and white was tiorn
Harry Bernard. Her tailoi
sli i ved >!;< si fe-:,ired
pel-. Mr-. Morns Apnei
navy, gold and white
zontal :: ipes Mr-. Solo?-
gel's : ack skimmer jumi
worn with a whiU '
blouse. Mrs Lo Jacobs*
a black moygashel linen
wh;te silk ..r-.anza bow
neckline. Gold buttons c;
double-breated effect.
I Mlk
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a fo-
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tton
en-
^reen
linen
n bo-
tor of
a red
waist.
I field
ice of
Sophie
^reen
green
front.
red.
Mrs.
long-
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Into t-e Social Swt tor t*-f
sommtr seaion. jc>n the r-
Beach Swimm-ng S-nglei C .
30 to 65 Memttrihipi lo
a yeftr. Call Oich for in'.
UN SOO'O. from 11 am. to
n
Ages
.. $10
ition.
MISS MENDEZ
BEAUTY SALON
IS NOW KNOWN AS
ALHAMBRA BEAUTY SUON
New Mdressi
166 AlHAMMA CHKL:
COtAl GABIES
Open Evenmgj E< Appor t
Some Phone-448-22 Tl
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Puihua
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(Z^lizabctn s
Ctoirol
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$3.00 up
THE SISTERHOOD of Congre-
gation B'nai Raphael will hold its
annual bowling banquet at 9 p.m.
Saturday at the synagogue. Tro-
phies and prizes will be awarded.
BEAUTY SALON
MR. RENE & MISS NENA
Shampoo & Sets $1.75 Manicure $1.25
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outstandtr.q honor in the advertising jro'ess'on, a cer-
[t: .e of msmbe'-hio in the Ameri'-'i Asso-iation of
| A ertisina aoenci~s cs p'^sen'M H Richard E. Hc-Hes,
eft), of P?~n*a to Edward I. Scherf'^r. oresH-=>nt of E. J.
- offer and Assocates Advertisinq Aq>ncy, Inc.
J. Scheaffer Is Named To A.A.A.A.
. rd J Scheaffer. president
E. J. Scheaffer and Associ
lertis'ng Agency. Inc., at
SE 79th St.. was recently
to memberh'n in the
ian Association of Advertis-
. i ncies.
stance to this exclusive or-
ion is ba-ed upon a thor
.amination of a firm's pro-
'. ability, financial integrity
-;ness ethics. Only one other
dent firm in the Greater
..rea has atttained A.A.A.A.
r-hip.
presentation was made at
vilphur Springs. W. Va.. by
d E. Hodges, Jr.. of Atlanta.
.in of the board of governors
South Eastern Council of
fill member.-hip in this select
tn nation, the Scheatfer Agency
i able to offer clients addi-
i xpanded services in media
arketing research through
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DAVID ROSNER'S .^.
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: tiary Laws Strictly Observed
I REE T.V.-RA0I0IN EACH ROOM
Cn the Ocean at 67th Street
Miami Beach, Fla. 33141
866-8831
:C-."ANT RAIIINICU SUPERVISION
'iMGIACH ON MIMIS11
the A.A.A A. business counseling
divisions.
E J Scheaffer and Associates
Advertising Agency, Inc.. founded
in 1956. has become one of the
largest in the city.
Mr. Scheaffer. chairman of the
Advertising and Public Relations
Committee ot the Builder's Associ-
ation of South Florida, has been
selected by Life Magazine as a
member of the Life Home Build-
ing Marketing Council.
He serves or. the board of direc-
tors of the Jewish Family and
Childrer/s Service, one of the
agencies supported by the Greater
Miami Jewish Eederation. A mem-
uer of the board of directors of
Temple Menorah. he i- chairman
of the Advertising Division of tue
I'nited Jewish Appeal and the Is-
rael Emergency Fund.
A current member of the board
oi governors of Bon Vtvants, he
has been named an 'Honorary
Conch" by Mayor Gerald Saunders
>f Monroe County for his contribu-
tion to the growth of the Florida
Keys.
J.W.V. Auxiliary Sponsors
National Essay Competition
Mrs. Max Kern of Miami Beach,
national patriotism instructor and
Americanism chairman of the Jew-
ish War Veterans Auxiliary, an-
nounced this week that Julj 20 has
been set a- the final date for en-
h es in the Auxiliary's national
essay contest on the subject. Ful-
filling America's Promise \ S100
United States Savings Bond will be
awarded for the winning essay.
Mrs Kern lid thai essaj must
no) exceed 750 words
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For Something New and Different in Our Miami Area
2340 S.W. 32nd Ave. 443-2536
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MORRIS & RUTH LERNER
HARRY ZUCKERMAN
Catering for All Occasions
Established in I94S
UtfWBEl
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Prime Sirloin St**tt .
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Exciting}
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FOR RESERVATIONS CALL YOUR HOSf "JANKELE" ARNOLD
8301 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD 7^7-71*^
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Phone 379-7661
Visit Our New Cocktail lounge
EL HATM'SUIO SPANISH RESTAURANT
Specialty of the House "PAELLA VALENCIANA"
Open 11:30 A.M. Til 11 P.M. Daily
2322 N.W. 7th STREET, MIAMI Phone NE 3-9496
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"ALL YOU CAtf TO^BAT'
FATHER'S DAY I
Served 11:30 A.M. to 9 P.M
Roast Round of Western Beef ao Jus
Roast Loin of Pork
Barbecued Short Ribs of Beef
Turkey and Broccoli au Gratin
Golden Fried Chicken, our way!
Curry of Shrimp with Rice
Authentic Swedish Meatballs
Baked Danish Codfish, Lemon Butter
String Beans, Almandine
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Deaths In
Greater Miami
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Beth David Names
Education Director
N.iihan Greene <>t Passaic. X.I.,
h.i- been appointed tin- now educa.
tional director ol Reth David Con-
-VC-MtllMI
Mr Greene holds decrees from
the Teachers Institute of the .lew
i-.i. mi-, i : ih. veteran* ,-i i -" rheological Seminary, Brook
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JACOBS
l>n Collage and the l'e;uhei> Col-
lege of Columbia Univertitj
He served m the l.S Army dur-
lag woihi w.u- n
Since IMS, he ha* been lerving
as principal in schools in Brook-
lyn, NY. Middlctoun. N.Y., and
Passaic. N J
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 79171.C
In RE Eel
CARRIE BELLE Rl 'PER
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T.. All i -i-i..lii.-i and All P< r* Hav
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provided In Section : II Florida
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKliKIIV lilVKN thai
undersigned, desiring i" engage
business under the fii-1 iI! -n>- name
i l>tBATOK .11 .:'< a \Y Mb street.
Miami intends la register Haiti name
*lth the Clerk. ..f the i*lii'ull Court of
I Hide County. Florida
I.BONIDES MARTINEZ
o/84-3l < 7-14
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Si iTK'K IS HEREBY OIVEN that
die Undenlg lied, desiring to engage
I business under the fictitious names
i l'.ESlNKKS SERVICES OF FI/iR-
ll>A; BUSINESS SERVICES at 7719
North. Kendall I>rlve, Miami, Florida
mend* lo rrglxter wild names with
>i Clerk of Ufa Circuit Curt of Dade
. ..unty, Florida.
RUDOLPH o. HGT2
Sole Owner
\ \N HI'HEN VICKBRY
\ii<-rne\ for Applicant
t ltlsoaync Kulldiug
mi..mi Florida
I SI 8/7-14-S1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
.- ir.idcrslgnod. desiring I*. engage
business under the fictitious ti. m -
KH'HAItH ROAD PROPERTIES
I "00 S.W. Third Avenue. Miami.
lorida intends to reitlst. r said name
v ill the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
lude I'ollnly, Klorldu.
RICHARD UNI)
IXVI'.ST.MKNT <'<>1(P
a Florida I U>tp,
\> \c MRRMEI.I.
vi.irnvy for Applloanl
I s W Third Avenue
Miami, Florida
:. .11 ti : I4-S1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'OTICB IS HEREBY CIVEN that
1. undersigned, desiring to ngage
business under the fictitious name
u.E'S COTTAGE al number 1661
- W 37th Avenue. In the City of
Miami, Florida, intends to register I
he Raid name with lh< Clerk of the I
reuit Court -if Dad* County, Florida
Dated at Miami, Florida, IhU 58th
\ of M\, IH>iS
THEODORE .1 OILLHSKI
Sole t Iwner
kl'SSLER, MA8BEY A:
I E'KEItMAN
Ittiinwyn Mr Applicant
i Kilt more Way
iral OaMee, Florida
.".'31 ; 7-14-81
LEGAL NOTICE
BY HENRY LEONARD
635"
"And that's only part of my troubles,
Mrs. Gordon ... at our next
session, I'll tell you the rest."
LEGAL NOTICE
N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 56006-B
IN RE: Batata of
-M'l.l. LBSOW) iDBR,
Deoaaaed
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
Ml 'TICK i~ hereby Riven that we
\i tiled a Final HejM.rt and Petition
* Diatrfhution and Kmal Discharge
CO-EXECUTORS of the estate ..f
:P1KI. LBSOWODBR, deceased: ami
i ,t on the lt day of July. 1968, mil
. plj to the Honorable Count) judges
i':. -aid Final Report and for distribu-
i,n hihI final discharge us CO-
EXECUTORS "f the estate '.f the
.\e-naned decedent This S7th day
May, in
ANNA CORNFIELD.
Co-Executor
KI'IIT WEI.1.1SCH.
Go- Executor
KITRT WELL1SCH
\ torney
7 Almeria Avenue
I :d <;..i.I. s. Florida
5 11 ; 7-14-31
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is HKitKity i;i\ i-:\ thai
Tli. uini. ralgned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious nama
I PARAPHERNALIA ai number li>7
Miracle Mile In the city of Coral
tables. Florida intends to register
said nani. with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade t'ounty, Florida.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 14th
da] Of May 1968.
J.IImi I'KOIH'fTS. INC.
By: JKURV STRAUS
Jerry Straus. President
MYERS, KAPLAN A.- PORTER
II"." B.W. Kirst Street
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Applicant
:, S4-31 s 7-14
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 68-8721
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ANDREW J. Mt'RPHT,
Plaintiff,
VS
ANNIE I.. MURPHY,
Defendant
TO: ANNIE 1, MURPHY
Residence I'nknown
Vou. ANNIE i. murphy, are here-
by notified that a Complaint for Dl-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DAOE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Cae No. 68-7757
NOTICE OF SUIT
FOR FORECLOSURE
M.A'II.KR MORTGAGE CO., a
Florida t'orp'.ration.
Plaintiff
vs
Ml;i; K. GOODWIN, si! an.l
'I..\i:a MAE GOODWIN, his wife,
JOHNQUINTA8 and-----------------
UUINTAS, his wile, if married.
Defendants
Tt II'IMJE P. GOODWIN, SI! and
t'liHA MAE aOODWIN,
his wife
Realdencc I'nknown
rOU, JUDGE F. GOODWIN Sll
and CI.ARA MAB GOODWIN, hla
wife. ar. hereby notified that a Com-
plaint for Foreclosure of Mortgage
on the following described property
to wit:
I.ot 10. in llloek I, of CASTLE
ESTATES, a subdivision of Dado
'otrnty. Florida, according to the
Plat thereof recorded in Plal
it.-.k '".o at Pan- :s of the Public
Records of Iiade County, l'lorida
has been filed against you, and you
are required to aerve a ropy of your
An-uvr or Pleading to the Complaint
to Fore.ii.se Mortgage on th.- Plain-
tin's attorney, Ronald I.. Davis, Esq..
417 Hlacayne HuildiiiK, 19 \v Flagler
Street. Miami. Florida 33130. Phone:
679-fnl, and file the original Answer
or Heading In the office of the flerk
of the Circull Court on or before
the ilMili day of June. K..:. |f vmi
fail to do so, jodgmenl by default
will be tak.n againat you for the
relief demand, d in the Complaint to
Koreelose Mortgage.
This Notice sball be published once
each week for four Mi conaecutivt
weeks iii THE JEWISH PliORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED, al Miami.
Florida, this IOth day of May, 1!"'."
E B. I.i: VrilEltMAN.
i Merit, Circull Court
Made County. Florida
By: \" A. HEWBTT
Deputy Clerk
(Circull I "ourt S.al)
:, S4-31 .; 7-i4
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78543-A
In RE: Estate of
LOUIS FRIEDMAN
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona
Having claims or Demands Against
Said Estat.
You are her. bv notified and re-
vorce has been filed against you, and quired to present an) claims and de-
vou ar.- required to serve a copy oflmanda which \..u may have ugalnsl
your Answer or Pleading lo the Com- the estate of UH1S FRIEDMAN de-
iN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
NO. 79006
RE Batalt of
I.IIIRY ZOROFF
1....._u.. d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i Ml Creditors and All PeTsoifs Hav-
*: t.'luinis or Danuuidfl Againat Said
ate:
Vou are hereby notified and requir-
' to present any claims and de-
fnanda whb-h you may have agamst
.-tate of i.iiiiiy BOROPF, da-
s.sd late of Dude t'ounty. Florida.
the County Judgex of Dade t'ounty,
.1 tile the same ill duplb'Ute and as
. -ovidcd in Seetlon 733.16. Florida
s.iiutes. in their offices In the County
urthouse In Dado County, Florida.
:Tbin six calendar months from the
' me of the ftrat publication hereof.
' the same will be barred.
Hated at Miami. Florida, ibis .:ir.l
..f May. A.I> P.'f.tt
SAM T. FRANK
As Bxaratur
First ptlblleation of this notice on
1st day of May, 19
SIMON. MAYS A ORUNDW BRO
Utornejm for Ihe
'' tat.-of i.ibliy jtnroff, deceased
Ail.- 1, \ llii.liliiiK
Miami, Florida S3IS3
531 C 7-14-51
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78279
In RE: Estate of
BEATRICE OSTERMAN.
Deceaai d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All P< rsona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate of HKATRH'K OSTERMAN
deceased lute of Dad. County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided In Bectlon 733 16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within siv calendar months from the
time of the first publication her. of.
or the same will be barred,
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 31st
day of May. A 11. IMS.
WAI.tei: B OBTBRMAN
Ai Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 7th day ..f June, IMI
SIMON. HAYS
tk ORUNDWBRfJ
Attorney for Executor
301 Alnslt S Pudding.
Miami, Florida 33132
ti 7-14-;i-28
Plaint on th.
SA11I. T. VON
E SMITH. 117
Miami. Florida
original Anaw.
Plaintiff's attorney;
ZAMFT & SAMUEL
N.K. First Avenue,
33132 and file the
or Pleading in the
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 79161-B
In RE: Estat. of
M" >RRI8 FRIEDMAN
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Ha\
mg claims ..r Demands Against Sal
Estate:
You are hereby notified and r.-quir-
ed io pri s.nt any claim* and demand
whieh you may have against th
.-tat- of MORRIS FRIEDMAN d<
ceased late of Dade County, Flortds
io the County ludg.-s of Dade founts
and fib- the same in duplicate and a
provided in Seetion 73:: 16, Florid:
Statutes, in their offices In the CoUYlt:
Courthouse In Dad- County, Florida
within six calendar months from th
time of the first publication hereof
or ihe same will he barred,
Dated at Miami. Florida, this t3r
day of April, ad. iocs.
Fl.oitEVCF. FRIEDMAN
As Executrix
Firs! publication of 'Mis notice on
th. 35th day of May, 1968.
l'Ml. KW1TNBT of"
SI IA' E11 STEl N. K VVITN E Y
A OOI1DI8S
Attorney for Executrix
ISO [Jncoltl Road.
Miami Beach, Florida
.". 31 .', 7-14-L'l
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 790*9-A
In RE: Estate of
HARRY TRAVF.RS
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Per-on- Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate
You ar.- hereby notified and regulr-
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the 10th dav of
July, 1961 If you fail to do -, judg-
ment by default will he taken against
"io for the relief demanded in the
mil of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FIXMMDIAN
DONE AND oRDKRED at Miami.
Florida, this Mh day of June \ |i
196*.
E H I.EATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: C. P COPEIiAND
ii. puty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
SAUL T VON ZAMFT &
SAMUEL B SMITH
Attorneys for Plaintiff
117 N E Fir.-t Avenue
Miami, Florida 33133
t> 7-14-21-33
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78899-B
In RE: Estat. of
SARAH LEVY,
Ii. .as.d
ceased late of Hade County. Florida, NOTICE TO CREDITORS
to the County Judges of Dade County. To All Creditors arid All I'. I
and file the same in duplicate and ns Having Claims or Demands Again- .
provided in Section 733.10. Florida I Said Batata:
Statutes. In their offices in the t'ounty j You are hereby notified and requir-
Courihouaa In Dade t'ounty, Florida, I
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred
Dat-d at Miami. Florida, this 15th
Iday of May. A I). 1968.
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
As Exi utor
First publication Of 'bis notice on
the 34th dav of May, i:!8.
MAI.C01.M H. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Co-Executora
333 8.E Flral Street, Miami. Florida
5/24-31 6 7-14
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-8643
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
PETTY SEE GREEN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
.'I ARENCE GREEN,
Defendant.
TO: CLARENCE 0RBBN
Residence I'nknown
You. CLARENCE GREEN, are here-
by notified that a Mil! of Complaint
iN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 79187-C
RE: Estate of
H MIRY MARCUS
I >>. eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
r.. All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
t'lalnis or l>. in.i mis Against Said
III
^ 'v notified and te.iuir-
l '.. present any claim :i<"\ .1. niand-
l.i. Ii you may have against Ihe
of HARRY MARCUS dec. .- d
ie of Dade County, Florida, to the
unl) Judge.- of IVide County, and
' !t Ihe sain.- in dupllcati and as pro-
vided ill gfc'1..... 7::t.H'.. Florida Sta-
in th.it offices m the County
1 urthouae in Dad. Counts. Florida.
Within six calendar months from Ihe
1.....f the fust publication hereof,
Ihe sann will he barrel
Pitted at Miami. Florida, tin I '
'' <> of May, K.t>. 1968.
ANNA MARCU8
Aa Executrix
' publication of this notice on
.... '-' da> ..f May. 1968,
' MIS, KAPLAN A PORTER
!" I for Executrix
s w |Hi Street
ed to present any claims and demands for rMvorco has been filed against you.
which you may have against the, anfl you ar r^u,,.,,,, M,rv a copv
of your An-wer or Pleading to the
Hill of Complaint on the I'larntifPs
attorney, law firm OF RNOEL &
1H)I.1.ACK, 170fl N.W. 7th Street.
Miami. Floritla and file the Original
Answer or I'l. ading in the office of
the Clerk of Ihe Circuit Court on or
before the 5th day of July, 1968. If
you fail to do so. judgment by default
will be taken against vou for the re-
lief demanded in the Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH F1HIHIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami
Florida, this 4lh day of Julie. AD.
lStlS.
E B I.EATHERMAN. Clerk
Circull Court. Dade County, Florida
By: MARGPERITE KENT
Deputy Clerk
I (Circuit Conn Seal)
. RNGEL A PI 'I.LACK
I 17.ul N W 7th Street
Miami, Florida
Attornt i > i'oi plaintiff
I 7 14-21-28
estate of HARRY TRAVERS deoeaa-
ed late "f Dude County. Florida, to
ihe County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided In Section 733 16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices m the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within six .-hi- ndar months from the
time ..f the first publication hereof,
or the sain.- will be barred.
Dale.I at Miami. Florida, ibis 21 day
of May. A I> ln<8. .
s HELEN H TRAVER8
\- Executrix
First publication of *hi" notice on
the 24th day of May. 1968.
MYERS K Ml AN PORTER
Edwin M Glnaburg, Ban.
Attorn. \.-. tor Executrix
1150 S W 1st Street
Miami. Florida
'ill I '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No. 68-7744
NOTICE OF SUIT
HAZEL JUNE DONNELLY.
Plaintiff,
JOHN WILLIAM DONNELLY.
Defendant
TO: John William DONNELLY
Residence Pnknou n
You are hereby notified that an
action for divorce has been filed
against you and you are required to
serve a COP) Of your written de-
fenses, if any, to it on HYZER.
KNIGHT & I.INl'. attorneys for
Plaintiff, whose address is 3701 S.
Bayahore Drive, Suit.- 3II3. Miami.
Florida 88133, and file the original
with the Clerk of the above styled
* 'ourt on or before the 87th day of
June. 1968; otherwise a Judgment may
he entered ogalnai you for the relief
demanded In the Complaint or peti-
tion
WITNESS i'ix hand and the seal of
said Court on the 16th day of May,
1908.
K II. I.EATHERMAN.
'l.-rk of th- Circuit Court
mil for Dade County, Florida
By: K. M. I.Y.MAN
Deputy Cbrk
j'24-31 '7-14
ed io preai nt any claims an.l demand-
which y..u may have against th'
state of SARAH LEVY, d.ceas.
late of Cook County. Illinois, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
fib- the sain, in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 7::3.!:. Florid..
Statutes, in their offices m tlie County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar monihs from th
time of the first publication hereof.
..r the sain.- will be barred
Dated al Miami, Florida, this 22n .
dav of May, A D. 1968
-.1 SAM LEVY
As Executor
First publication of this notice- on the
31sl da) of May, 196s.
Tlll-'.i i|x (RE J SARI IWITZ
ah..i n. > for Executor
14":: Ainaley Building
Miami, Florida
.-. 31 .; 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersign, d. desiring to cngau-
m business under the fictitious Han-
oi' FORTY- FIRST STREET JOINT
VENTURE at 3S4" N.W 41st Street
Miami. Florida intend to register s:> r
nami with the Clerk of the circuit
Court of Dado County. Florida.
LEWIS I. SERHIN
N. J' 'UN SERHIN
Jwies MALONB
MURIEL I. RYAN
Petitioners
LOT IS II ELM AN
OF HEIMAN AND CHART
Attorneys for Petitioners
S 31 6 7-14-21
;-m
Miami, Plot Ida
I 31 .. 7-14-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 79120-C
In RE Estate of
ethel shochbt
"'''notice to creditors
To All Creditors and All Peraona II.IV
lug Claims or Demands Against Said
You* ir- hen by notified and requlr-
, ,i to preset)i tiny clalma and .1. mand
Which y..u ma> have asaiinal th< '
of ETHEL SH'H'HEI deceased late
,,,- Dad. County. Florida, to the
Count) Judges of Dad- County, nd
file the sain, m -lupin at. and as pro-
vided in Se. lion 733 18 "'da Sta-
tutes, hi tb'it offlcea In the *""">
Courthouse in Dad. I ounty. Florida,
within -iv ali ndar month; front me
lime of the first publl. lion hereol
or the name a di be barn d,
Dat.d it Miami, Florida, toll
.1 .\ of May, A D 1968
FREI-N SllocilKT
As Executor
l'.r-t publication of this notice 01
(be 34th da) of May, IJ6J.
MYERS, KAPLAN* PORTER
Attorneys for Executor
11-11 S W lal SHeet
Miami. Florida 13130 fl _^.,x
17lb
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION
OF PARTNERSHIP
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the partnership heretofore existing
between JOSEPH ROSENBERG nnil
NAOMI S. ROSENHERC, and doing
business- under tin fictitious nann of
JOSEPH ROSENtJERO ASSOCIATES
is now dissolved by mutual consent
Naomi s R0KENKEKO has with-
drawn from and has conned to be
.,.....-Inted in the currt ng ......I said
i.nni, ... and JOSEPH ROSENBBRfl
xl-u hen itfb r calTj on aid buslnesp
..ml is .milled to all of the 1181 eti ol
-aid bn il have assumed and
,il |..,\ all .-iii.i.ui.lii.v bualm
obllgatl.....' JDSEPII IM1SENI1EIM1
, -si ii '1 \'i'i:< h. '. infor. -i here-
aft. r in. I.....I
Said partnet ship i- dlson d as id
lh, |ei da; '"' v '
JOSEPH RtiKBNHEIWI
N IOMI S R* 'SENllEllfl
KATES AND RESS
Attorneys
17i..i Sans Shi, : BnUll t al.l
North Miami. Florida
. 14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 78263-B
In RE: Batata of
WILLIAM NE.MSER
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing ciaini- or Demands \;;.iiii-i Said
Estate:
You are hereb) notified and requir-
ed to present 'i>> claims and de-
manda which you may have ogalnai
ihe .stale of WILLIAM NE.MSER de-
ceased late ." Dade c.Tunty. Florid.1.
to the County Judges ,,f Dade County,
and fib- the muni In duplicate and as
provided In Section 788.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offi.es in the County
Counhoiis. Iii Dad. County. Florida,
within sis calendar months from the
time of the flrsl publication hereof,
01 the >ame \oii i> barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, ibis (!
dav of May. AD 1968
.11 isEI'H MAISI'U
\- Exi utor
First publication of ihl* notl......1
lb, i-lil, da) of May. 1968.
UtTHUR NEMSER.
Attorney
1129 Mi rldlnn Vvi u<
Miami Beach, Florida ,..-.,
-, :'i :M t 7-16
NOTICE UNDEK
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
th.- und. rsigned. desiring to engage
in business und-r the fictitious name-
of HARRODS CRYSTAL HOUSE at
303" N.W Blsl Terra.-.-, Miami, Florid;
Intends to register said name with
; the Cl.-rk of the Circuit Court of Dad-
1 'ounty, Florida.
LAW RENCE D. HARROD
! HEIMAN AND CRARY
Suite .' 2-Eli veil Fifty liuilding
I ir." s \V 1st street
Miami. Florida 33130
S 81 : 7-l4-:'l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in busilll -s under the fictitious n:"-
of A \- M MOVING COMPANY at
21 I N \\ 24th Avenue, Miami. Flbrida
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the circuit court of
Dade COUnty, Florida
MAN HOLLBTT
Sole I Iwner
r. L't-si .', 7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK is HEREHY OIVEN thai
Hi. undersigned, desiring to engage
in busi'n. ss undo Ihe fictitious nun.
f HL col-EY al 396 S.W. Rlh Rlrei 1.
Miami Intends lo reglater sold nann
with the cbrk of the Circuit Court
uf i>a i. Count). Florida.
USONIDBS MARTINEZ.
oil owner
i 31 i. 7-14-31
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN that
tin undersigned, desiring t.. engage m
business under the fictitious name of
LEE'S FASHIONS al 651 Washing-
ton Avenue Miami Beach, Florida
lends to register Bald name with he
Clerk of ihe Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
lei: fox. Sola Owner
5 24-31 6 7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIYEN that
Hi. undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under ib. fictitious
of LA COTORRA 1 290 S.W, I b
Miami ini. nds to register 1
nann with '.be Clerk of ihe Circuit
Court of Dad.- County. Florida.
LEi IN 'I IBS MARTINEZ
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