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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
July 5, 1968

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Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
July 5, 1968

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Preceded by:
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"eJewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
lume 41 Number 27
Miami. Florida, Friday. July 5, 1968
Two Sections Ptic? 2 Jc
NEWX.t.A.HEAD
Rabbi Segal
sores
Arab
i
ate Activity
.LLSBURG. NY (JTA) -
. ab students on American col-
e campuses are engaging in a
ious campaign of defamation
liriNt American Jews and are
ting aspersions in their loyalty.
egritj and le\ itl 'n to the ideals
America." Rabbi Zev Segal of
wark. N I the newly elected.
sident of I ibblnical Coun-
of America, iecUred here this
ek.
Speaking at the 32nd annual eon-
tion of the association of Or
dox rabbis. Rabin Segal blamed
se Arab students "for causing
recent assassination of Sen
ert F. Kennedy due to their In-
minatory, irr.it inal and brazen i
te activities "
tn hi* acceptance speech before
0 delegates, Rabbi Segal appeal-
te Attorney General Ramsey
jr1< to "undertake an intensive
vestigatior. of the nature of Arab
opaganda and action on the cam-
/ses and to suppress ary manifes-
tions, illegality, abuse and vio-
nce which are being indulged in
' these Arab student organiia-
>n.
"It is absurd." he said, to per-
.t these students to castigate the ;
p.erican government which is ex-
nding to them extraordinary op-
)rtunities for study, learning and
JveL They are abusing the hospi-
!ity and generosity of the Amer-
10 taxpayer nb I is detraym | the
its of their length) stay in the
tiU I States"
Rabbi Segal also called upon the
ite Department "to revoke the
aolarships if :.-. 7,000 Arab
uients who are not adhering to
requirements il the moral and
gal cade which is in the grant Of
uncial assistance. The Arab stu-
nts are collaborating actively
i'h a variety >f subversive ele-
ieats such as the Communists and
e Black Nationalists in a delin-
eate effort to damage and under-
line the security of the United
tates."
Yitzhak Rabin, the Israeli Am-
jssador. told the rabbi-. "Israel
i capable of holding on to won
rritory 10. 15 or even 20 years,
re will hold it until the Arabs are
ady to negotiate."
Rabbi Levin Honored
At Farewell Dinner
RABBI ZV StCAL
NEW YORK Rabbi Yehuda
I.eib Levin of Moscow, who began
his two week visit to the United
States with an appearance before
a hostile audience, ended his stay
in this country this week as the
guest of honor at a dinner here at
which American Jewish leaders
paid him warm tribute and ex
pressed the hope that the \i-:t
would initiate improved ties be-
tween Jews in both countries.
Rabbi Levin and Cantor David
Stiskin of Leningrad, who accom-
panied the Moscow Chief Rabbi,
stopped in Canada tor brief visits
to Jewish communities in that
country enroutc home to Russia.
During his stay In the I
States, Rabbi Levin met the facul
ty and students of Ye-hi\a I Diver
sity and spoke in Yiddish with i:.
president, Dr. Samuel Belkin \:
terwards the students, man)
them rabbinical candidates,
up for his autograph. He later went
Dr. Neumann Is Named
Agency Executive Head
JERUSALEM (JTA)Dr. Enian-
uel Neumann, of New York, was
unanimously elected chairman of
the American Section of the Jew
ish Agency executive at a plenary
meeting of the executive here tin-
week. I)r Neumann, who heads the
World Union of General Zionists,
will succeed Mrs. Rose L Halprin.
of the World Confederation of Gen-
eral Zionists, who did not join the
new executive. Mrs. Halprin's -eat
has been given to Mrs Mortimer
Jacobson, president of Hadassah.
The Jewish Agency also named
it-; reoresentatives to the joint
government-agency committee that
will work out a division of respon-
sibilities between the government
and the Jewish Agency in the field
if immigrant absorption. They are
Aryeh I- Pincus, chairman of the
Jewish Agency and head of it- im-
migration department: A. L. Dult-
zin, the new treasurer, and Avra-
ham Cygiel, who was deputized by
Mr Pincus to run the unified im-
migration and absorption depart-
ment of the Jewish Agency until a
[division of it< functions with the
' gcrr^nrrrnrnt la worked out.
M. MAHUtl HtUMAHH
Police Action Thwarts Attempt To
Launch New Anti-Semitic Violence
MERIDIAN, Miss. A pot
wave ot anti-Semitic underground
ictivit) was brought to an end
here this week when a former
Miami woman was killed and her
accomplice wounded after an
tempt to place a dynamite time
bomb at the home of a prominent
Jewish businessman. The woman.
Kathy Capomacchia Ainsworth.
was a member of two Ku Klux
Klan groups
Thoma- A. Tarrants III. a 22
year-old man who in his own words
has committed himself to "defeat-
Ing the Communist-Jew conspiracy
which tin eaten- our country" by
any means necessary, was wounded
when he was caught unaware b) a
police stake-out at the spot w
[he and Mrs. Ainsworth intended to
leave the explosives He has been
charged with attempted murder
Further arrests were contem-
plated by Meridian police chief
Roy Gurm due to a recent series of
anti-Semitic and anti-Negro bomb-
ings preceding the Sunday attempt.
Some 10 members of the Ameri-
cana for Preservation of the White
Race, a Jackson. Miss., based mili-
tant se-tre- it- - ation
have been indicted for bombing in-
cidents m that area, 90 miles from
Meridian. A formal statement from
that group, to which Mr? Ains-
worth belonged, cal e hei
derful Christian patriot
Mrs. Ainsworth, who grew up in
Miami at 2820 SV\ 33rd Ct.. attend
ed Dade County schools and was
an honor graduate of Coral Cables
High School. She received her col-
lege degree from Mississippi Col-
lege and was a fifth grade teacher
in Jackson for five years.
i j Sephardic synagogue in Brook-
lyn and spoke there to 1.300 Stu
: -. an of Torah Umesorah,
Hebrew day school movement
Next he went to an Orthodox -
school next door, being mob I
on rout.- de-pite a heavy p'
guard.
Rabbi 1-evin attended the 32 J
inention of the R I
cal Council of America in Fa
i : NY. where lie w .- v
greeted and heard an appeal
R ibbi Pesai h Levovitz, the
ing president, to the Soviet Ui
M allow Jew isb religious lea leri
to i-it the United States
Leaders of the Orthodox rabbini-
cal group called Rabbi Levin *
visit "a majer breakthrough." In i
brief talk to the Orthodox ra&* i.
Rabbi Levin praised the American
Jewish community for bui!a -1
Jewish culture and religious i-s--
tut'ons ard lauded Jewish mcrf,
for -living their children Iradit ; i
Jewish education.
Rabbi Levin also attended i "-
ception in New York given b) i
Appeal of Conscience Foundat
which was attended by lea
Catholic. Protestant and Greek
thodox clergymen. He told the 40
Christian leaders that he cor- I-
ered hi- American visit an in
tant step in the "growing contact
I between the major religious fa
| in the United States."
He said religion must era!
rty. sickne--. hate and strife
The audience in< luded rabbi- in l
I a sh laymen lie said he h i
been convinced b) hi- interfa m
contacts her" that "religi is
exten Is be) m boun
As u iual he ; ke in Y i
; and his rem
... ed into English b) -
Schneier, president of the four I;

In a related development Rath
Gerald R. Ford, Republican Ho<,*
Minority Leader, leveled a blister
ing attack on the Johnson Admin
istration for its allied failure to
speak out against anti-Semitism
Soviet Russia and Polard.
Rep. Ford challenged the I
| ministration to counter the Sot
manipulation of worlj opinion"
Continued on Pag* 7-A
OPPOSITION MOTIVES CHALLENGED
Fortas Nomination Faces Senate Test
'

i*J
BONN NAMES NEW
ENVOY FOR ISRAEL
BONN [JT \ Karl Her
mann Knocks Will be We-t
Germany's new Ambassador
to Israel, succeeding Dr. Rolf
Pauls. The Israeli govern-
ment has conveyed its ac-
ceptance of Mr. Knocke to
the West German Foreign
Office. He wilt take up his
new post in August Mr
Knocke Is at present Ambas-
sador to The Netherlands.
He was an officer in the Ger-
man Army during World War
II, but informed sources lay
he was never a Nazi Party
member.
-,' ........ iiti.....
WASHINGTON Concern was
.-owing here this week that the
campaign launched against theap-
pointment of Abe Fortas as Chief
Justice of the United States, may
rive rise to a strong undercurrent
of anti-Semitism under cover of
political opposition.
A fi;ht in the Senate over con-
firmation of the nomination was
expected in view of the opposition
of some Republican ard Demo-
cratic senators to what they regar I
us a ame luck" appointment by
President J hns in,
Sen B bert P. Gr ffin. Michi-
gan '-' ,Se ,te
- confirmation.
He -a I he h ill- MS
natures >.-.- rti ; '
vent a lame duck" presidential
lifetime appointment. He said that
such an appointtmenl should be
made by Preaident Johnson's suc-
cessor in January. Senate Republi-
can leader Everett Dirksen of Uli- j
nois supports the appointment.
Justice Fortas was nominated to
succeed Earl Warren, who re-
signed. Mr. Fortas, 58, who was
named an Associate Justice i*
June, 1966, is the fifth Jew to serve
on the Supreme Court and the
tirst Jew in U.S. history to be nomi-
nated for the post of Chief Justice.
The Jews who preceded him on
he High Court were Louis D
Brandeis, Benjamin Cardosa, Felix
Frankfurter and Arthur J. Gold-
Mr. Fortas was named to fill
the vacancy created when Mr.
Goldberg resigned at the request
f President Johnson, to be U.S.
Vmbassador to the United Nations.
Mr. Fortas. who was a promt-
i nent Washington lawyer before hi<
I Court appointment, told the Jewish
{ legraphic Agency at the time
;hat he considered himself to be
lewlsh. He said this is to clarify
his conception of his religi us iden-
tity in view of his lack of formal
affiliation with Jewish institutions
ir organizations. Although he was
.-.ot formally affiliated with any
lewish group, he was a eontribu-
or t > the United Jew ish Appeal in
Washington. He has appeare
speaker several I tnes befon
Continued an Page 15 A
JUSTfC Ml rMTAS


Page 2-A
vJenisfi ftoridiar
Friday. July 5. 196;
Perlmutter Is Named
AJC Associate Head
By Special Report
NEW YORK Nathan Perl-
mutter, former Florida regional
director of the Ann Defamation
League of Bnai B'rith, has been
named national as.soeiate director
of the American Jewish Commit-
tee, according to an announcement
made this week by Bertram H.
Gold, executive vice president of
the human relations agency,
For the past three years. Mr.
Perlmutter has been serving as
director of the American Jewish
Committee's Office of Domestic
Vffairs.
A resident of Greater M'ami for
eight years, Mr. Perlmutter was
named ADL Florida d.ractor in
1956 and served in that post until
he was appointed director of the
ADL office in New York in 1964.
Prior to his arrival in Miami,
Mr. Perlmutter held executive po-
sitions with the ADL in New Jer-
sey, Detroit and Denver.
In September 1963. he spent a
month in West Germany as a guest
>f the Bonn government to study
the Federal Republic'.- program
against anti-Semitism.
Mr. Perlmutter left his post as
New York ADL director in l!tti5 to
join the staff of the American Jew-
ish Committee.
He is the author of man> articles
in such leading magazines as Com- '
mentary and New Leader.
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FRANKFURT i.ITAi Th
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Convicted Murderer Is
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STUTTGART (WNS) Edgar
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July 5. 1968
fJewist Fh)ridian
Paqe 3-A
lanians Cancel
ns To Defend
cused Assassin
M>oN (JTAi Four Jordan-
lawyers designated to come to
L'nited Slates to defend Sirhan
Bra Sirhan. accused slayer of
. Robert F Kennedy, canceled
Hb* proposed trip this week
8Jti< matter had lieen discussed
^^R diplomatic contacts between
^frf.in and the Uniti d States, it
reported in Washington. No
nation was _:i\en for the can-
lalion when it was announced
Amman following a meeting
h involved Premier Bahjat al-
Ihouni.
statement --.liil thai "after
faulting some fellow lawyer.- in
i. ,\iall countries who
undertake to defend Sirhan on
a;t 'it the \i ''> l awyers F\ I r
)n." the decision was taken for
Jordanians to drop out "i the
le
icanwhile, Sirhan's lather. I'.i
ii., Salameh Sirhan, went to
Iman t<> draw funds from his
Ik account for his pr ijecti d
to Los An [eles and held a
s- conference in which he ap-
Ped to Pope Paul VI and "the
faience ol the world" t" secui e
nr trial I'll" his son.
the elder Sirhan, according to
jjnian dispatches, told the new s-
that he rej retted the death "f
kinedy the human being" but
t ;he Senator's "unbalanced"
^^jxTt of Israel in his presidential
paign statements provoked the
itlve feelings <>f Sirhan, who
| suffered much from the Jews."
lather of the alleged assas
dwelt at length on what he
tied were his son's "painful
lories" of the Hi4fi Palestine
FROM TAX ANALYSIS
Synagogue Property Listed At $7 Billion
sbec Will Pay Costs
Of Jewish Day Schools
^ONTHKAI. (JTA) The gOV-
ermeiit of (Quebec has approved
ajleementv between eight Jewish
schools and the Protestant
ol Hoard of Greater Montreal
h call for the payment by the
ol board of $300 per child at
in.: Jewish day schools to cov-
^^th. general studies program,
cu-ts of the Hebrew program
be borne by parents and the
unity,
NEW YORK (JTA) Jewish
religiously used property in the
I'nited States was listed on a na-
tionwide television report, "The
Business of Religion," as having
|an estimated value of $7 billion.
The CBS report cited a study
made by Dr. Martin A. Larson,
who was commissioned by the
Americans I'nited for Separation
of Church and Stale to make a
Study of property owned by church-
es and synagogues. The data was
derived from analysis of tax rolls
in major cities. Dr. Larson esti-
Hebrew University
Plans Construction
Of Scopus Facility
MEW YORK WNSi Wraham
liarman, former Israeli Ambassa-
to the l ates and now
president of the Hebrew I niver-
sitj in Jerusalem, told an au lience
here that construction would be-
. n next month on a complex of
. rmitories <>n Mt. Scopus, origi-
al site oi the university, to house
2.500 students.
Mr Harm an made the disclos-
ire al the annual dinner oi the
American Friends of the Hebrew
University. The former Ambassa-
lor told tin' gathering that the
university, which he called a school
no longer in exile, had a registra-
tion of 12.000 students. 1,500 of
whom, many non-Jews, were from
iverseas, At the same time. Mr.
ilarman called on the friends of
the university to assist the dormi-
tory construction program, which
is ultimately to accommodate
10,(KM) students, and to provide
scholarship funds for the needy
students.
The other dinner speaker. Am-
bassador Yitzhak Itabin. Israel's
former Chief of Staff, told the din-
ner guests that the .'nine victory
prevented a massacre of .lews in
lerusalem.
mated the value of Protestant re-
ligiously used property at $28 bil-
lion and that of Catholic exempt
real estate holdings used for re-
ligious purposes at S45 billion.
The term "religiously used" re-
ferred to the distinction between
property used for religious activi-
ties and other property of religious
institutions, such as business enter-
prises they either own or control.
The point was raised in connec-
tion with a report during the pro
gram On a CBS survey of opinion
on whether religious institutions
should be required to report all
their property and income. Affirm-
ative answers were given by the
general public68 percent: Con-
gress b) 65 percent, and clergy-
men 53 percent. Rabbis approved
the proposal l>> ra percent and
Protestant ministers bj 56 percent.
Catholic clergj opposed the idea
by 65 pi rcent.
Rabbi Jacob Rudin, president oi
the Synagogue Council ol America,
was interviewed on the program.
He expressed the view that reluc-
tance bj religious institutions to
publish financial statements stem-
med from tears that requests for
such information was a first step
along the road to total taxation"
and that "the church has had free-
dom much too long to be willing
to give it up without a fight."
Rabbi Rudin also expressed the
opinion that it would be a good
idea lor religious institutions to
indicate that they had a responsi-
bility in regard to their tree
from taxation and should do it
"without waiting for someone to
twist their elbow."
Another report on the program
concerned a CBS survey finding
that the general public Congress
and clergymen generally approved
the idea that religious institutions
should make voluntary contribu-
tion < in lieu of taxes.
That proposal was endorsed this
week at the 7itth annual conven-
tion of the Central Conference of
American Rabbis in Boston. The
Reform rabbinical body called on
its 675 Reform synagogues to make
such contributions to local govern-
ments. Such contributions, the del-
egates agreed, should be made for
such services as sanitation, police
and lire protection and use ol
water
Rabbi Levi A, Olan oi Dalla*.
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Friday. Julv 5. 1968
9 TAMUZ
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Number 27
French Jews See
Cause For Concern
This week's victory crt the polls by
"rench President Charles de Gaulle
may we!! serve to restore a measure
c: stability to that nation but in the
weeks and months precedina the
?Sections. French Jewry, the fourth
.crqest Jewish communit" in the
world, had ample cause for concern
ever the anti-Semitic tendencies that
were brought out into the open.
Not unlike an uncomfortably
similar trend in Poland, the Gaul-
iists souefht to make a Jewish issue
cut of the French student demonstra-
tions, using as their taraet Daniel
Cohn-Sendit, the "Jewish" student
leader.
In actual fact Cohn-Sendit is of
Jewish parentaae but he never con-
sidered himself a Jew.
If the anti-Semitic manifestations
during the student demonstrations
were isolated instances, they could
possibly be dismissed without caus-
ing alarm.
But they occured against a dis-
turbing background of developments
thai were not confined to the Govern-
ment's latest foreign policy shift that placed
France in a pro-Arab posture.
Last year, Jews throughout the world were
shocked by President de Gaulle's remarks al
a Dress conference describing Jews as a "domi-
nating elite." A poll of the French public found
44 percent in agreement with their President
in this view.
An earlier poll had found the French anti-
Semitic to a serious degree.
Some months aao, the French intelliaence
service was reported to have compiled a list of
Jews occupyinq kev positions in French industry
and defense establishments and Paris was also
found to be investiqatinq what it claimed was
undue Jewish influence in public affairs.
In view of the fact that French history has
not been free of deeply rooted anti-Semitism at
all levels of society, it would do well for the
de Gaulle administration to undertake a serious
self-appraisal in this area.
French Jewry is fortunatelv not the type to
sit idly by while they are made scapeqoats for
national problems.
It is also forunate that the French have a
tradition of openly recoqnizinq anti-Semitism
when it occurs.
Should such biqotry arow in scope or in-
tensity, it must be forthriahtly rejected by a
French public that has had amole opportunity
to acquaint itself with its potential danqers.
Nomination Of Abe Fortas
Last week, the 58-year-old son of Jewish
immicrrants was nominated to what is consider-
ed to be the second hiqhest office in the land.
President Johnson's appointment of Associ-
ate Justice Abe Fortas to succeed Chief Justice
Earl Warren marked the first time a Jew has
been nomincled for the post of Chief Justice of
the United States.
The fif h Jew to have served on the Supreme
Court of the United States. Justice Fortas like
each of his predecessors Brandeis, Cardoae,
Frankfurter and Goldberq has followed an
independent line of thouaht and has almost
always been found on the liberal side.
A Yale Law School and a teacher of lrrw
there, Abe Fortas was one of the bri'Mant "ouna
men drawn to Washinqton by Franklin D.
Roosevelt's New Deal.
He later set uo p-iv^te law Tactile in Wash-
ington and one of the friendships he developed
in those days was with Rep. Lyndon B. Johnson
Of Texas. Over the years he remained one of;
Mr. Johnson's closest and most trusted advisers
Althouqh he has not had formal affiliation
with Jewish institutions and orqanizations, Jus-
tice Fortas always reqarded himself as a Jow.
He has had close and friendly relations with
a number of Jewish orqanizations and has con-1
sistently manifested a warm and friendly at
titude toward Israel.
Like another historic appointment to the!
Supreme Court in 1916 when President Wilson
named Louis D. Brandeis as Associate Justice,
the Fortas nomination today faces opposition
in the Senate which must confirm the appoint-
ment.
But at least part of the opposition to Brandeis
in 1916 was due to the fact that he was a Jew.
In the half century that has passed since the
our nation has matured to the point that any
Brandeis appointment, it is to be hoped that
opposition to the Fortas nomination which may
develop over the "lame duck" aspect of the
issue will not be motivated by anti-Semitism
as it was to a or eat extent in 1916.
U.S. Ban On Ethrogim
The work of the United States Department
of Agriculture is urobably the last precinct of
Government in which one would expect to
find a potential threat to the free exercise of
reliqion as quaranteed by our Constitution.
Yet in its recent rulinq banninq the import
of the Israeli-grown ethroa or citron used bv
Jews throuqhout the world in the celebration of
the holidav of Succot, the Derxirtment has
caused widespread concern amonq Jewish re-
liqious circles.
The motivations of the Department are the
best to protect the American citrus industrv
from possible infestation by the Mediterranean
fruit fly. We in South Florida can be Particularly
appreciative of the importance of such a mea-
sure.
In recoanilion of the need to protect Ameri-
can citrus from any possibility of damaqe. the
Israel Government has offered to pay for U S
Aqriculture Department offcials who would in-
spect and supervise all oackino and shippino
operations which would be ample assurance of
a healthy cron of ethroaim reachinq Jewish
consumers in this country.
Suoh cooperation between Israeli and U S
authonties could further demonstrate the suc-
cess of relationshins at an international level
that foster qoodwill and amity between their
peoples.
*_/ Hatter of ^acf but
JOSEPH ALSOP
ALSOP
Humphrey's Vietnam Stand
WASH1N ITON- In Pn sident
i n i res di i I John-
rded as coi
t'onalh priate. In i II the

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he firmly refuse I express n
indep lent
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1 agrei the 1
At first, Mr J sup* r
caution somewhat ai n j I I n si-
dent Kennedy. Then he saw .the
point, which was that Lyndon
John-on wanted lo avoid the
slightest rumor of disagreement
between the Vic* President and
the President. Thereafter, when
he thought it necessary. President
Kennedy consulted his Vice Presi-
dent entirely privatelyand he
pot a frank opinion.
Own Opinion
Vice President Hubert Hum-
phrey, more ebullient and less
cautious than his predecessor in
office, has followed a quite dif-
ferent course in the Johnson Ad-
ministration. At meetings of the
Security Council, and whenever
other opportnnitie.N offered, he
has expressed himself frankly
whenever his opinion was called
for.
Thus, it is easily possible, for
the few who know the record, to
define the exact -hade of differ-
ence between the policy advocat-
ed by Humphrey and the policy
adopted by the President. If you
consult these few about Hum-
phrey s record on Viet Nam. you
discover that the -hade of differ-
ence has been significant Al-
though not perhaps enormously
deep.
Where Humphrey'- opinion was
rejected was mainly in the matter
of the bombing of North Viet
Nam. He did not oppose the
bombing of the north in toto and
on principle. But. a- will be re-
membered, the bombing began
in a small way, and was grad-
ually extended until it included
targets within the great populated
areas, especially Hanoi and Hai-
phong.
Voiced Concern
When it was merely a question
of adding further line-of-commu-
nication targets, Humphrey went
along. But he consistently op;ned
against bombing extensions into
heavily populated areas, especial-
ly Hanoi, Haiphong and their sub-
urbs.
He feared that even the great-
est care to hit only military tar-
gets could not prevent some loss
of innocent civilian life in these
areas.
He further believed that the
gain of taking out the military
targets would not counterbalance
the losses, because of shockeJ
public opinion and in other ways.
Sought Diplomacy
In addition. Humphrey used
what influence he had to pro-
mote exploration of more efficient
ways to take out straight line-of-
communicatiori target*in par
into r tlii Itary pressuri
for widei I ne point
.-< I for an inquiry
into the of causinj
major lai It in the ma^r
V'ieti nese transport bot
lleneck, the Mu Ghia Pa-- Bi I
this i > be done, unfor
tunately, wit
Finally, Humphrey always pregi
ed for tireli rsuM of a dip! matic solution, ven when th>
prospi cts f at ythlacj of thai
sort seemed most hopeless,
Such, then, is 'he record. It may
have considi future impor
tancc because if the North Viet
name-. r pens) to President
Johnson- voluntary bombing re
striction.
Invasion
The response has been a great
ly intensified invasion of South
Vietnam, a sharp intensification
of the war in general, and what
amounts to the population bomb-
ing of Saigon, where innocent ci
viliana have be tims of the enemy's rocket and
other attack-
In the Paris talks, the North
Vietnamese have also plainly
shown that they believe Presi
dent Johnson'- renunciation of
candidacy was made because he
was hogtied and paralyzed,
whereas the Pre-ident made his
renunciation to free his own
hands. For political as well as
military reasons, the President
may therefore be driven, at some
moment in the future, to order a
renewed extension of the northern
bombing More than once, he has
nearly done so already.
New Basis
If this happens, the difference
between what was actually done
in the past, and what the Vice
President personally advised do-
ing, will give Humphrey a basis
on which to respond to the Presi-
dent's new decision. Nor can the
President complain, now that
Humphrey is a candidate for the
highest office, if a difference that
was private becomes open and
public.
On the other hand, it can b
stated on the highest possible au
thority that Hubert Humphrey is
made, and will continue to be
made, deeply indignant by the
repeated suggestions of pretend-
ed friends that he was insincere
in what he said about Viet Nam
in the past, nor does he like the
suggestions, as in the case of Bill
D. Moyers. that he is about to re-
pudiate what he formerly said for
campaign purposes.
He holds that old-fashioned
view that intelligence is damned
important, but. in public life, in-
tegrity i> even more important
than intelligence." If he had not
believed what he said, he would
not have said it.
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Rabbis Start
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Program
NEW YORK (JTA) At least
four Reform student rabbis will
live and work in the slums of
major cities this summer in the
second year of the Rabbinic In-
ternship in Urban Allans pro-
gram. Rabbi Baltour Brickner re-
ported this week.
The project is sponsored by the
Commission on Interlaith Activi-
ties of the Union of Amrican He-
brew Congregations, the Central
Conference of American Rabbis,
and the Jewish Chautauqua So-
ciety, all institutions of Reform
Judaism.
Trie Protestant and Catholic
churches have sponsored such ac-
tivities widely for several years,
but the Reform program is the
first under Jewish religious spon-
sorship, according to Rabbi Brick-
ner, director of th<; commission.
He explained that effort* were
continuing to arrange for more
such placements for student rab-
bis this summer.
The rabbinic intern works with
Protestant and Catholic urban min-
isters to study at first hand the
yroblems of the urban poor, to pro-
vide help in specific anti-poverty
efforts, to probe the tensions be-
tween whites and Negroes, evalu-
ate the response of public and
private agencies to the problems
of the inner cities, and examine
the attitudes of the Jewish com-
munity toward the urban crisis.
He is also expected to make pro-
posals on action programs the
Jewish community might under-
take for the urban poor. Rabbi
Brickner said
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reception for the Greater Miami
members of the Israel Histadrut
delegation which will depart for Is-
rael for a study mission in Israel
on July 21. The reception will be
held on Sunday. July 14, at the
Fontainebleau Hotel, at 8 p.m.
Members of the study mission
include: Mr. and Mrs. Moe Levin.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Newmark.
Judge and Mis. Herbert S. Sha-
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Goodman and Jack A. Kilosof. Mr
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tee, and Mr. Newmark is treasurer
of the organization.
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the legal committee of the local
unit of the American Israel His-
tadrut Foundation. Miss Lillian
Goodman is chairman of the worn-
men's division of the South Florida
Council for Medical Services and
Vocational Training in Israel. Mr.
Filosof is immediate past presi-
dent of the Poale Zion in Greater
Miami.
Judge Barad will discuss the role
of Hi-t.i Irut in maintaining a
strong Israel.
Judge Barad is active on behalf
of many community and national
organizations. He is a member of
the Board of Governors of the
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ucation of Temple Emanu-El; hon-
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of Jewish Education; past presi-
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United States, and a member of
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lintish command.
Following World War II, he
came to the United Statos and
served in the U.S. Army, where he
was attached to the Economic Mis-
, sion of the U.S. government in
Seoul. Korea.
Upon discharge from the U.S.
Army, he attended C.C.N Y.. and
; came to Miami in September.
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Miami. While still a student in law-
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Israel Pays Full Claim Rabbi Levin Honored At Dinner
On Damage To 'Liberty
Continued trvm Pg l-A
WASHINGTON (JTA) State
Department spokesman Robert Mc-
Closkey announced this week that
the government of Israel had paid
the full amount claimed by the
U.S. government on behalf of the
families of the 34 Americans killed
in the June 8, 1967 attack on the
VSS Liberty. The intelligence ship
was accidentally attacked last
June 8. The compensation paid to
the U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv came
to a total of $3,323,500.
The State Department is prepar-
ing other categories of claims
against Israel, including claims on
behalf of men injured in the inci-
dent and a bill for damages to the
ship. Now being computed by the
U.S. government, this bill will com-
pensate the 171 men wounded in
the incident. Israel expressed re-
gret last June and said it was '"pre-
pared to make amends for the
tragic loss of life and material
da in age."'
The Johnson Administration.
meanwhile, was accused of mis-
leading the American public on
the facts of the accidental Israeli
attack on the U8S Liberty. The
charges were contained in a book.
"Anything But The Truth." offered
as an expose of "The Credibility
Cap.' by white House correspond-
ents William McGaffin and Krwin
Knell.
According to the writer-. "When
Congressmen, responding to letters
from relatives of the dead sailors,
demanded to know why the ship
had been go close to the Israeli
shore, the Pentagon offered an ex-
planation .. nothing short of ludi-
crous. It said the position was re-
quired so that the Liberty could
use the moon as a passive reflector
for its communications One
Defense Department official, who
winced at his Department's claim,
quipped that the Libertyto keep
up with the changing position of
the moonwould have had to sail
right across the sands of Sinai."
McGaffin and Knoll said, "The
truth, which leaked out soon
enough, was that the ship was a
spy vessel, equipped with elaborate
electronic surveillance gear and
assigned by the National Security
Agency, which specializes in break-
ing the military codes of other na-
tions. Presumably, the Liberty was
monitoring Israeli and Arab com-
munications."
The Liberty was hit by jets and
torpedo boats while in international
waters 15.S nautical miles off HSe
Sinai coast. Israel explained later
that the attack resulted from the
mistaken belief that the ship was
Egyptian.
The l>ook asserted that when the
crisis grew worse last spring, Pres-
ident Johnson "issued a flat direc-
tive to all members Of his Admin-
istration to discuss no aspect of the
situation with the press Amer-
icans were left in the dark on the
President's thinking and the gov-
ernment's plans."
When reporters disclosed that
the United States had no real in-
tention of keeping commitments to
Israel on the Tiran Straits block-
ade, "the President grew an^ry
.. but no eflort was made to set
the record straight or to furnish a
basis for accurate reports." the
book asserted.
Egypt Reported Baek
To Prewar Strength
JERUSALEM tJTA) Defense
linister Moshe Dayan told the
tnesset this week thai the Egyp
|an Army had been restored to Its
pe-June 1987 strength as a result
re equipment by the Soviet
Union.
Gen Day.in spoke in reply to a
estion from Shmuel Tamir, ot
he Kne Center faction Dayan dis-
posed that 17 recently captured
ral> saboteurs confessed to mem-
Irahip in Iraqi commando bat-
ilions made up of Palestinian
ugees.
I The Soviet rearmament of Egypt,
lng a matter of concern in Israel,
apparently not limited to equip-
ment but includes military person-
al. Observers here said that some
S00 Soviet officers and non-
imissioned officers have been
tailed to the Egyptian Army
ice last June's Six-Day War and
ir number is increasing.
[As a result, the Egyptian Army
i- growing ever more dependent
in liiis.-i.ui support in all echelons,
hi y said, According to these ob-
servers, Russia's heavy military
investment in Egypt and it.- some-
what lesser investments in Syria
are part of a long term strategic
novc to assume the predominant
role in the Middle Fast once played
>y Britain.
They noted that it has ben ,.
dream since Czar is) times to estab-
lish a Russian presence in the
Mediterranean. The large Soviet
naval fleet in the inland sea has
already accomplished this but the
fleet must be supported by an air
force and. the observers think, the
I0O Russian pilots flying under
Egyptian colors may be the back-
bone of such a force.
with a sweeping exposure of the
! "growing anti-Semitism of the So-
viet government." He suggested
that any further East-West trade
j agreements be predicated on the
j stand that America cannot do busi-
I ness with foreign governments that
practice discrimination. He eluded
the Administration for permitting
the sale of strategic goods to Po-
land while "a wave of anti-
i Semitism sweeps that country un-
I der the guise of anti-Zionism."
Congressman Ford, who is chair- i
| man of the Republican National j
i Convention, delivered his remarks
| here at ceremonies dedicating the
j new Center for Russian Jewry. The
: Harry Frankel Is
Named A Director
Of II.U. Friends
Harry H Frankel of 5151 Col-
lins Ave.. Miami Reach, has been
elected to the Hoard of Directors
of the American Friends of the
Hebrew University.
An economist and lecturer prom-
inently identified with humanitar-
ian causes. Mi- Frankel is a mem-
ber of the National Board of Gov-
ernors of the Israel Bond Organisa-
tion, a vice president and governor
of the Wcizmann Institute of Sci-
ence and officer and director of
the Israel Investors Corporation.
Mr Frankel and his wife are
founders of the Harry S Truman
Center for the Advancement of
Peace and Mr. Frankel was also a
founder of the American Jewish
League for Israel.
Mr. Frankel is a director of the
Cadot Chemical and Tankers Co.,
and chairman of the board of Ju-
dith Muller Ltd., "Bathsbeba Per-
fumes," both located in Haifa.
Israel.
The American Friends of the He
brew University fosters the teach
ing and research programs of the
Hebrew Universitj of Jerusalem.
Center, according to its vice presi-
dent, Jacob Birnbaum, is a pri-
vately financed organization with
a program to stimulate public opin-
ion on behalf of Soviet Jews.
Rep. Ford said the Kremlin was
aware of its vulnerability and for
that reason sent Rabbi Levin and
Cantor Stiskin here "for propagan-
da purposes, to deceive Ameri-
cans."
He suggested that the Russians
refused exit visas to two other
Jewish leaders who were original-
ly supposed to accompany Rabbi
Levin because they might have
seized the opportunity "to ask for
sanctuary in a free nation and tell
the truth."
Rabbi Israel Miller, chairman of
the American Jewish Conference
on Soviet Jewry, called "regret-
table" the "discourtesy" shown
Rabbi Levin during his Hunter Col-
lege address the previous week.
Citing a New York Times edi-
torial to the same effect. Rabbi
Miller wrote-in a letter to the
Time"We must recognize that
he must make, as the editorial
pointed out, a ritualistic defense"
of the Soviet policy toward the
Jews, even as we understand the
impatience and anguish manifest-
ed by some members of the audi-
ence." He added that such feelings
were "exacerbated" by the fact
'hat the meetingas well as Rabbi
Levin's visitwas sponsored by the
anti-Zionist American Council for
Judaism.
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125 Americans Aliyah Bound
Fund-Raising Ethics
My overall impression of the
recent CHS special report on the
"Business of Religion" was that
it proved again how far ahead
America's religious leaders arc
of the public and government.
It seemed to me that the pro
gram was weak in its exposure
of abuses by religious institutions
in property and commercial hold-
ings and that most of the church
and synagogue spokesmen were
anxious to sec them cured.
On the other hand, the public
and congressional polls on a num-
ber of questions revealed less
desire for reform. They're afraid
of "religious controversy," or
have an attitude about the sacred
status of religious institutions
which is not expressed, of course,
in their personal lives
It is a somewhat similar atti-
tude they take with the prayer-
in school issue. While most major
religious denominations have ex-
pressed themselves against an
amendment which would permit
prayer, a substantial group in the
Congress and the public favor it,
so much so that approval of such
an amendment still is possible.
Nevertheless, as the television
program indicated, pressure for a
change is growing. As the polls
have shown, few people except
atheists propose repeal of all
church exemptions. Tax favors
for religion are as old as taxation
itself and. spiritual considerations
aside, it's generally agreed that
such favors are in many ways off
set by the benefits churches pro-
vide our society.
The issue isn't so much proper
try which is occupied and used
solely for church purposes, but
the many properties and com-
mercial activities from which
lh< inlltution profit and, mii
than Las Vegas itself The Chris-
tian Century has written, "The
practice of wringing 'advertising'
dollars from merchants to finance
bulletins, journals and dedication
books is also ripe for reform.
Let's call it what it is: extortion."
The Union of American Hebrew
Congregations dropped a Long
Island congregation which per
sisted in conducting a World Sc-
ries Pool and United Synagogue
has taken similar action against
several of its members which
were captured by bingo racke-
teers. But for too many neither
laws nor ethical codes seem to
have any meaning. It seems to
me a pretty poor excuse to per-
petuate these practices in the
name of religion.
I agree with the "Century" in
its contention that if reforms in
fund raising practices should oc-
cur, "churches (read synagogues)
would not go underand if any
did, they would deserve to .
the giving motive would rise as
the profit motive disappears
Many serious people, repelled by
the pathetic attempt to make
commercial activities seem in-
tegral to the religious program
might be attracted."
As a synagogue administrator
in real life, I live daily with the
problem of adequate support for
that synagogue and I would not
deny for one moment the great
problems all synagogues face in
getting even minimal support.
But I contend that the religious
institution's approach to fund
raising must be as ethical, as
moral and as much in the pro-
phetic tradition of Judaism as its
outlook to society on all other
m'Hin>ns m wlu-h ii s Involved
nkw Yohk fJTA) A farewell
reception wai held here this week
for 125 young American adults,
members of three Zionist youth
movements, who are leaving with j
in the next three months to settle ,
permanently in Israel. The recep- !
lion was given by the American
Zionist Youth Foundation, the
American Zionist Council and the
American Zionist Youth Council.
include wcial workers, psycholo-
gists, teachers, chemists and bus!
lessmen.
Members of Westview Country Club dedi-
cate a patient'3 room at Variety Children's
Hospital in memory of Sidney Meyer, a
former trustee. Participating in the cere-
monies are (from left): E. A. Evans, presi-
dent of the hospital; Bernard Waqner, Mrs.
Meyer. William A. Scully, qolf tournament
chairman, and Gerard W. Frnwley. execu-
tive director.
Fascell Is Sponsor Of Legislation To Help Handicapped
The House of Representatives
gave its unanimous approval to
legislation co sponsored by Con
grcssman Dante B. Fascell, Florida
Democrat, which would require all
federal buildings and all buildings
intended for use by the general
public and constructed with fed-
eral funds be designed and con
structed so as to be accessible to
the physically handicapped.
More than 80,000,000 Americans
whose handicaps make il difficult
lor them to gel in and out of con-
ventional buildings would benefit
from this measure
While praising past achievements
in aiding the handicapped. Hep
Fascell said, "There is still one
area of great importance to the
handicapped which has been neg-
lected. Fifteen to 20 percent of
Americans are directly affected by
architectural harriers which make
it impossible or extremely difficult
for the handicapped to use most
public buildings."
Drug Addictioa Is Topic
FIoiii Fisher, prominent lectur-
er on the problem of drug addic-
tion, will speak at the next general
meeting of Young Israel of Greater
Miami at 9 p.m. Wednesday in the
| social ball "f the synagogue, 900
NF. 17tst St. North Miami Beach
The settlers arc members of
I'.nei Akiva. Hashomer llatzairand
Ichud llabonim. Many are parents
of infant children. About two-thirds
ot the group, ranging in age from
18 to 40. will go to kibbutzim. A
large contingent from Ichud Ha
bonim will establish an urban col-
lective in Carmiel, a development
town. A Bnei Akiva group will set-
tle in Kvutzat Yavne and another
is going to Kvutzat Lavie. Hasho-
mer llatzair members are bound
for Kibbutz Galon. There are also
individuals going as professionals
and technicians.
The Ichud llabonim group of 30
plans to create a new experience
in urban collective living, officials
said. All salaries and other sources
of money will be pooled and re-
distributed among the new settlers
in Carmiel on the basis of member
family size and needs. The settlers
The American Zionist Vouth
Foundation announced that more
ihan 1,500 high school and college
students will participate this sum-
mer in program* In Itrael. Accord-
ing to i harlc Bick, chairman, the
Summer Kit.but/. In Israel pro
gram has tripled its enroll .....I
this year with 190 participant He
credited the increased interest in
Israel among college students and
the work of local Israel programs
committees for the record enroll-
ment.
The Sherut La'am (National
Service) which is the American
title for "shnat Sherut" will send
150 volunteers to Israel this year.
Other American youth will partlcl
pate in the Israel Summer In-
stitute.
In Haifa, meanwhile, the Greek
liner, Queen Anna Maria, arrived
and disembarked 98 immigrants
from the United States, most of
them professionals who have jobs
waiting for them in Israel.
Ninety-one of the newcomers
were given temporary residents
status but seven received new im
migrant status after waiving all
rights oi loreign citizens. Ten
young people in the group will Join
kibbutzim. Part of the group went
directly to apartments they had
acquired in advance of their ar-
rival
The newcomers represent a fair
cross- action of immigration from
Ii- United States. Abraham Chus-
lid, who arrived with his wife and
our children, was a salesman in
the I'uiteil States but will try klb-
hutz lie hire Prof. Franklin Vo-
(elai n will leach sociology at Haifa
University. Mo.-he Sapirstein will
teach English at the American Col-
lege, a new institution for foreign
students that will open in Jerusa-
lem next fall.
(Government Requests
Rank of Israel Loan
JERUSALEM (JTA) The Cab-
inet has asked the Bank of Israel
for a loan of $37 million for the
purchase of civilian aircraft and
other civilian outlays. A Treasury
sjKikesman explained that the loan
request stemmed from the fact that
under a tightening of United States
credits, the Export-Import Bank no
longer loans as large a proportion
as before for aircraft purchases la
the United States.
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S*v?raT yrars
ago, the Wall
Street Journal did one of its com-
prehensive studies on church busi-
nesses and the results were, to
me at least, appalling.
One religious group owned the
land occupied by Yankee Stadium.
Publishing companies, hotels, res-
taurants, radio and TV stations,
insurance companies, supermar-
kets and a steel tube mill were
among their holdings, while oth- |
ers manufactured products rang-
ing from food and wine to cinder
blocks. Many have been involved
in questionable deals, such as
lease-backs in which the transac-
tions are known to be only legal
fictions. And. while most often
the properties are taxed for real
estate purposes, the income isn't,
since it presumably goes to (he
church and comes under that
blanket exemption.
Few of the synagogues we know
about would be in this picture,
probably only because the Jewish
philanthropist has put the syna-
gogue last on his list of philan-
thropies, preferring other chan-
ties. But the synagogue, along
with its Protestant and Catholic
counterparts, is part of another
commercial story, ignored by
CBS. which bears some soul-
searching.
Bazaars, carnivals, raffles,
bingo, "Las Vegas Nights." are
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Egypt Blocks Probe Of
! Its Treatment Of Jews
IN. African Jewries Face Extinction
JERUSALEM Egyptian
refusal to agree to permit a United
Nations envoy to investigate the
treatment of the remaining Jews in
Egypt is the reason for Secretary-
General UThant's delay in naming
a special representative to report
on the situation of the civilian pop-
ulation in the areas held by Israel
after the Six Day War, it has been
learned here The appointment was
to have been made under a Secur-
ity Council resolution. Israel had
agreed to give the U.N. repre-
sentative facilities to study the
situation in the occupied areas on
the understanding that the envoy
would al of the Jewi-h minorities in the
Arab lands involved in the war.
Egypt, according to information
hero, has refused to give the pro-
sosed U.N. envoy means to make
a first-hand study. Syria, it was
(earned, did not even answer the
United Nations request. Mr. Thar*
rnounced his intention to nomi-
nate a special represenative almost
on the eve of the reconvening of
the General Assembly last spring.
He has not. however, announced
the appointment.
I; was recalled that a special en-
i vuy representing the Secretary-
| General, Nils Goren-Gussing, who
I had been similarly charged, com-
pleted his mission last December
! w.ihout having been permitted by
I either Egypt or Syria to study the
Jewi-h situation in those countries.
i According to a report in Paris,
he Egyptian. Syrian and Jordan-
ian g6vernment> have also refused
:o allow Karl Brunnel, a Swiss,
pecial representative of UNESCO,
to inspect cultural properties be-
1 longing to the Jew s now seques-
tered in these states. The Israel
_ nernment had asked UNESCO to
inspect 97 such properties in these
states and in Lebanon, but only
Lebanon permitted the UNESCO
delegate to make an inspection.
The other three governments re-
fund to give him access to the
properties, Mr. Brunnel disclosed.
Justice Department to
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WASHINGTON JTA The De-
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that it will remain alert to opera
tions of the Organizations of Arab
student? while the investigation of
SirhanSirhan ar.d all ramifications
of the Robert F Kennedy a-sas
Mt. Sinai Names
Radiology Director
The appointment of Dr. Manuel
Viamor.Te. .lr :.- director of the
De; >f Radiology of Mount
Sin.. 1. was announced "his
week b> Banm dellirsch Meyer.
president.
Dr. Yiamonte
will assume the
cost on July 1
Mr. Meyer
also announced
that the bospi-
tal's Board of
Trustees [* com
pleting plans
for an addition
to Mount Sinai
o house a new
Or. Viamente adiology and
emergency facility. Completion of
this addition i- scheduled for 1969.
Dr. Viamon'e is currently pro-
fessor of Radiology of the Univer-
sity of Miami School of Medicine,
where ho bean as an instructor in
Radiology in I960. He is a gradu-
ate of the Havana Medical School,
where he received 33 awards dur-
ing his medical .-chool education.
He has a master's dc-rec in lied-
ical Science from the University of
Pennsylvania, was a fellow in Ra-
diology at the Univer-ity of Penn-
sylvania; the Children- Hospital
in Philadelphia: the Registry of
Radiological Pathology of the
Armed Forces Institute of Pathol-
ogy. Washington. DC. the Ameri-
can Cancer Society, and the James
Picker Foundation.
ation is continuing. This disclos-
ure wa- made by J. Walter Yeag-
ey. As i letter to Rep. Joel T. Broyhill.
/irginia Republican. Mr Broxhill
had asked the department to in-
vestigate Arab extremist activities
, iii this country and possible Com-
:nunist links with them
The department >aid that on the
- of information so far avail-
able to the government, "it does
ioi appear that the Organization of
Arab Students ha- incurred an ob-
ion to register under the For-
ign Vgents Registration Act at
;.:;,< While the organization
lot-- eive some funds from o.'fi-
- i: foreign governments, the
unt :s not sufficient to warrant
I conclusion that it is acting within
United States at the direction
or control of a foreign government
I so as to create the requisite agency
I relationship necessary to require
registration."
Arab-American businessmen in
I o.s Angeles are spreading a story
that Sirhan Sirhan. alleged assas-
-in of Sen. Robert F. Kennedy, was
a secret agent paid by the Zion-
sts' to blacken the name of the
\rab world," it was reported here
by the Washington Post.
In a related development, the
\rah Higher Committee for Pales-
' tine, in Beirut, has instructed its
' New York office to offer "all pos-
tible assistance" to Sirhan. The
x>mmittee*s spokesman, former
Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Haj
\:nin el-Husseini. who visited Ber-
lin during World War II and col-
laborated with Hitler, said it had
instructed its New York repre-
-cntatives to legally defend Sirhan
as iar as United States law will
permit The committee is known in
New York as the Palestine Arab
Delegation. It- New York repre-
. ves are Is.-a Nakleh and
Dmar Azzouni. both attorneys
LONDON iJTA>The once large
! and flourishing Jewish communi-
ties of North Africa have been
. drastically reduced in numbers
since the beginning of the decade
' and, in some cases, are near the
vanishing point, according to a re-
port published here by the Central
' British Fund for Jewish Relief and
Rehabilitation.
The largest North African Jew-
, ish community, that of Morocco,
, numbers 50,000 today compared to
, 200.000 in 1960. according to the I
report. The second largest, in Tu- ;
nisia, has been reduced from 61,000
in I960 to 16.000 today. There are
only 3.000 Jews left in Algeria out
of 130.000 in 1960. 1.600 left in
I Egypt and 200 in Libya. Aden, in
southwest Arabia, which had 500
Jews in 1964. has none today.
A contention by the Lebanese
Ambassador to Britain that all is
well with Jews in Arab countries
was disputed by J. I. Linton, con-
sultant on international affairs to
the -World Jewish Congress, in a
letter published in the London
Times. The Lebanese envoy had
made his claim in response to a
statement by Lord Arthur Balfour
on the plight of Jews in Arab lands
Mr Linton -aid the Ambassador
had probably based hi- informa-
tion on his own country's un-oostile
attitude toward its Jewi-h minor-
ity. Lebanon is the onlj Christian
Arab Mate.
Mr Linton noted that in the 20
/years from 1947 to 1967. nearly
! 800,000 Jews left the Arab coun-
; tries of the Middle East and North
Africa, the majority of them find-
ing refuge in Israel. Those Jews
' who remained were subjected to s
storm of violence and hostility in
the aftermath of last June's Arab
1 Israeli war. Mr. Linton said.
While authorities in Morocco and
Tunisia took steps to protect their
i Jewish citizens from mob violence,
', those in Egypt. Syria and Iraq not
only left their Jews unprotected
lnit subjected them to official mal-
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mass arrests, he said. Many hun-
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In Syria and Iraq Je-s were ar-
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THIS IS ISRAEL
By HERB RAU
What is Israel today? It is
man> things to many people. It
is the ingenuity, humor, perse
(C courage, freedom and
above all. the pritle of the people
in their country
So veteran travel editor who has
jus) published a 96 page book
called "This Is Israel," illustrat-
ed with color photos he took on
his recent nip there
Because Ran seeks to answer
questions, it is much more tl an
a travel book. For it probes deep
into the heart of the people S rl
ol ai Israeli Ernie Pyle, lf:m
talk- to people lie doesn't just
k i sights.
Hi poses the question "Whi I -
Isi today?" wherever he {Oes;
to hi* guide, to the pretty Sabra
whi :- nexl to him in a night
clu lo a university professor, to
a r peddler, to a -tripper, a
kib tznik, a hotel owner Rau
talks lo people. And he gets an
su The kind that make for
inti rting reading.
n was a whole new feel
ii the countrj since the Six
l> : War,' says Rau, who had
m .. iv ing through Israel on
tv, revioua occasions. "But now
I a great feeling ol unitj
m I had not seen before.'
hi ds.
i;. said the Israelis feel thej
hav< gained a tremendous a.nount
Ol n -;>ect since the war, and are
I now than ever before to
thi ivrj of the world.
R an experienced traveler,
who in a decade of peregrina-
tion? has chalked up millions <>f
air tiles, said he was so im-
pressed during this Israeli
that the words just flowed
hail ot started out with the
of writing a book. But after
trip
He
idea
each
day's journeying, no matter how-
late the hour, he sat down to
write, and from these notes
evolved the idea for the lxK,k
Bi ing a photographer (bj ne-
'" : he says) also helped.
"Thi- is Israel." hot off the Post
I'u' shing Co press, is generous.
I> inkled with beautiful color
Shot- and is ;| graphic delight,
both :o read and to keep for lu
tun eference.
T re was one thing that rlis-
turbi him. though, and Rau,
an itspoken writer who never
minces words, includes an inci-
dei ai the Wailing Wall, where
he accosted by three young
m. i sho offered to take his pic-
ture at this sacred site In fact.
Rau later reported ii to tin Is-
raeli Tourism Director who was
horrified, and assured Rau that
the men would be harshly repri-
manded
Quite by accident, he says, he
stumbled on the settlement of
Mei Ami built by generous con-
tributions of people in this area.
Located a few miles off the main
h ghwav, it is on the roail be-
tween Tel Aviv and Nazareth.
' I i fact, on a clear day you
can see Nazareth," he adds
The curious note about this
it/ i- that there are very
! h Israelis there. Most of the
young men and women workina
there were culled from South
America Brazil and Argentina,
mainly. And the) all speak Span
ih. Recently a pretty young
Sabra girl was senl there lo start
teachi ... I hem Hebrew.
Jewish contributions from the
area served a dual pur-
pose The) were used to help
! .i roa I from Tel A\i\ to
Nazareth, and for forestation ol
that section
Plaques thai dot the road in-
dicate the names of the donors,"
R n K| lained. "mostly from
Miami Beach and Coral Gables."
illIme- ol Miami seemed to
iw him w heret ei he went.
He came across a young hitch-
hiker on a back country road
("We wire always picking them
up"), who said she would lik. to
find her relative.- in Florida.
Freda Adler, an attractive "in-
dependence baby" just 20 years
old, told Ran that her family, by
the name ol Miller, were Mianv
i..n- in the sweater business, but
the) hadn't written for a long
time
So if there arc an) "Millers"
to whom thi- has a familiar ring,
they can contact Rau tor her
address Shalom'
Herb Rau (If ft) presents the first autoaraohed copv of his
new book, "This Is Israel." to William Ruben, nresident of
Jordan Marsh, at the autoqraph party held at the store last
weekend.
Air Force Schedules
Torah Convocations
N EW V' )H K Tor ih convoca
ons for Jewish military personne
n dutv with the r.s Air Force ii
the f ar Easl Hawaii, Guam, the
Philippines, Taiwan. Okinawa and
Japan -will be conducted from
July 11 to Aug. 4 by Rabbi S
Gershon Levi, vice president ol the
Rabbinical Assembly, it was an
nounced by Rabbi Selwyn I). Rus
lander, chairman of the National
Jewish Welfare Board Commission
on Jewish Chaplaincy.
The spiritual leader Of the Ja
maiea, NY. Jewish Center. Rabbi
Lev! ha- visited a number of U.S.
military installations over the
years a- a member of the jwb
Commission on Jewish Chaplaincy
During World War II, he was the
senior Jewish chaplain in the Ca
nadian Armed Forces, in recognl
tion of his service, he received a
British Empire decoration.
Torah convocations (the counter-
parts of Christian preaching mis
sions) are part ot the Air Force
program t" provide spiritual uplift
.or its personnel.
Liberia To Move
Envoy To Jerusalem
JERUSALEM (JTA) The Li
b rian gi \ ernmenl will disregard
the refusal of mosl countries to
recognize Jerusalem a- Israel's
capital and will move its Embas-y
from Tel A\ i\ t'> ,i< rusajem so in,
:t was learne I Tin- Liberian am-
bassador, who i- dean o! the diplo-
matic corps, recently returned after
-even months at home.
Liberia original!) had it- mis-
sion in Jerusalem hut moved it to
Tel Aviv under pressure from the
Western power- who insist that Je-
rusalem, under a United Nations
decision, must be international-
ized, and do not recognize Israel's
sovereignty there.
Venezuela, The Netherlands.
some other Western countries and
a number of African states have
their legations in Jerusalem, but
the United States. Britain. France
and the Soviet Union have main-
tained theirs in Tel Aviv.
Dr Goldmann Urges Israel To State
Terms Of Peace Settlement Now
TEL AVIV (JTA i Dr. N'ahum
Goldmann, who said that one of
his main reasons for declining re-
election to another term as presi-
dent of the World Zionist Organi-
zation was to be free to speak his
mind, exercised that freedom at a
press conference here this week.
The 74-year-Old world Jewish
leader voiced some sharp criticism
of Israeli foreign policy. He also
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the Zionist movement which he had
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Dr. Goldmann urged the Israel
government to state its proposals
for a peace settlement with the
Arabs now, even if that meant
wreckip.i the national coalition
government that Prime Minister
Levi Eshkol put together during
the war crisis of May, 1967.
Dr. Goldmann, who spoke at the
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Mapam. said that American diplo-
mats with whom he was in touch
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insistence that she would reveal
her peace plans only at the nego-
tiating table with the Arabs. He
told questioners that he was con-
vinced that the road to Middle Fast
peace passes through Moscow and
that he would continue to maintain
his contacts with Soviet bloc dip-
lomats.
Dr. Goldmann said he doubted
whether the Zionist movement
could be revived, though In' would -
do his best to help his "good
friend" Aryeh I.. I'incus. chairman
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THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
The Red Heifer
MM I -1
0|J|2 l)OX SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
By RABBI SAOI NAHMIAS
Seprardic Jewish Center,
Miami Beach
The law of the red heifer is a
mysterv in that its ashes cleanse
the unclean, and
cause the clean
to become un-
clean.
The Genocide
Convention
became inter-
national 1 a vv
in 1951. Even
the Bonn gov-
ernment was
among the na-
tions who rati-
fied the Gen-
ocide Conven-
tion
to.biNahmios How unfortu-
nate, then, that the United States
government has permitted itself to
be pressured by some influent a!
people, into withholding its ratifi-
cation of a law which in the post
Hitler era constitutes indeed an
extension of the Commandment
Thou Shalt Not Kill."
As it now stands we are facing
a mysterywhich is the clean and
which is the unclean?
Again it happened, when the
men behind the scenes of the State
Department declared that in spite
of their threats, the Arabs were
clean, and the self-defending Is-
raelis were unclean, as the aggres-
sors.
Furthermore, the Bonn govern-
ment saw fit to appoint as its first
Ambassador to the State of Israel.
a German officer t{ the Wehr
macht. Was not here an attempt
to cleanse the unclean* Was not
the entire German armv in the
service of the arch-eneim of the
Jewish people?
To understand the bitter con-
clusion, does not the appearance
of a Hitler officer in Israel bring
dishonor to the soil of the Holy
Land, and contaminate the souls of
six million martyrs?
Indeed. Jewish history in the
Diaspora may be a study in the
mystery which plagued our people
in many lands
The Dreyfus scandal stands out
as an example of such a ritual, and
many similar cases caused to our
people pain and bloodshed
Bomb Damages
Hebrew College
SKOKIE. 111. tJTAi Police in
his Chicago suburb were hunting
this week for persons who threw
a black powder bomb near a
synagogue-study building of the
Hebrew Theological College here.
The blast shattered six large win-
dows but caused no injuries.
Police said the bomb had been
made from pipe and apparently
was thrown at a window but fell
short and exploded about five feet
outside the Anna Sarah Katz Syna-
gogue, which also is a study hall,
press services reported
Rabbi Melvin Goodman, the
schools administrator, was quoted
as saying, "I have no idea why
anyone would do such a thing. As
tar as I know, the school has no
enemies who would commit such
an act."
r^abbinical J els
evtsion
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July 7Ch. 10. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Hot: Rabbi Avrom Drazin. Israelite Center.
July 7Ch 7. 10 a.m., The Still Small Voice
Host: Rsbbi Sol Landau. Beth David C>n^re^a:bn
Guests: Rabbi Maxwell Berger. Temple Zamora. Coral
Gables and Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Temple Adath
Yeshurun, N >rth Miami Beach
Topic: Discussion on Religion During the Summer
July 9Ch. 2. 9 30 to 10:30 p.m. Man To Man
Topic- ReligionMolding or Moldy?
Moderator Re\ Luther C Pierce
Participants: Rabbi Samuel Z Jaffe, Temple Beth El
of Hollywood; Bishop James L Duncan
What is the reason for erectirvi a
monument over the grave of tSe
deceased?
Placing a monument over the
grave of a deceased person seems
' to be of ancient origin The Bible
relates that Jacob set up a pillar
o\er the grave of his beloved wife
Rachel (Genesis 85:20). In Biblical
literature we read that either
stones were piled up over the grave
or a distinctive sign was made at
the site of the grave (Etekiel 39:15:
;2 Kings 23:17. 2 Samuel 18:17k
There seems to have been a
number of reasons for this. One is
that placing stones over the grave
p/as a means of protecting the re-
: mains from animals that might
dig it up. Another is that the
tombstone serves as a reminder to
passersby that a corpse is buried
here and that one who goes near
the grave would become impuri-
fied. Thus, a Kohen (from the
priestly family of Aaron1 would
take care not to go near the grave.
Furthermore, it is pointed
that as was the case in the grave
jof Rachel, the tombstone served
i as a marker to identify the gTj\e
: so that the descendants of the de-
| ceased would know where to come
! to pray at the grave when they
faced danger or despair.
Why is it customary to wait a
year before dedicating the tomb-
stone?
According to some, the reason
\ for erecting the tombstone is to
offer an act of remembrance for
the dead Therefore erecting it be-
fore the year is over is an insult
to the deceased because it indi-
cats that a physical act or marker
! is necessary to remember him and
that otherwise he would be for-
gotten. The Jewish tradition states
: that a deceased person is not for-
I gotten for at least a year.
It is also possible that the en-
tire process of "dedicating" a
tombstone (i.e.. gathering at the
grave for a ceremonyas distin-
guished from the physical act of
placing the marker over the grave i
may have developed out of the
practice of visiting the grave at
the Yahrzeit (i.e.. the anniversary
of the date of death on the He-
brew Calendar' to offer prayers
Since the first Yahrzeit is a year
after death, the stone was dedicat-
e : and then possibly from this de-
veloped our modern practice of
dedicating tombstones .n some
ceremonial fashion.
Why is the Kiddush not
Hukkat
Mo And Moses smote the rock with his rod twice; and water
came forth abundantly" (Num. 20:11).
HUKKAT The portion begins with "the statute of the law"
of the red heifer, whose ashes "shall be kept for the congregation
Of Israel as a water of sprinkling a purification from sin"
N imbars 19.-9).
At the outsat Of their fortieth year in the wilderness, the
children of Israel reached the desert of Zin and halted at Kadesh
There Miriam died
When the water gave out. God instructed Moses and Aaron
to gather the Israelites before a rock: Moses was to speak to the
rock, and it would gush water. But Moses, irritated at the peo-
ple's complaints, struck the rock with his rod. For this lack of
faith in the divine power. Moses and Aaron were punished with
never beir.^ able to enter the Promised Land.
From Kadesh the children of Israel moved on to Mount Hor.
where Aaron died. Thence they circled the land of Edom, aH
arrived at Transjor.lan from the east, defeating the forces of
StskHL King of the Amorites. and Og, King of Bashan.
This recounting of the Weekiy Portion of the Law is extracted
and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage,**
edited by P Wollman-Tsamir. $15. Publisher is Shengold. and the-
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of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang.
chanted in synagogues in Is-
rael on Friday nights?
The synagogues of Israel elim-
inated the Kiddush from the Fri-
day evening service quite some
time ago. The reason has to do
*ith the basic reason for which
the Kiddush was originallv chanted
in the synagogue.
Basically, the Kiddush belongs
to the meal. Its use on Friday
night is to dedicate and consecrate
the meal as a Sabta'h meal thus
making it different from an ordi-
nary meal. It had no place in the
synagogue. However, since the
synagogue was the plj.ee where
tiaveling strangers would have
their meal on Friday night, the
Kiddush was chanted for their ben-
efit for the purpose of dedicating
and consecrating the Friday eve-
ning meal of the strangers who
happened to be eating there, as a
Sabbath meaL
In ree;-:-t times this practice of
having the wayfarers eat in the
-yr-.a.: igue Seems to have >vjs-:i
and thus the Kiddush on Friday
night in the synagogue became su-
perfluous anid was therefore elim-
inated. There are a number of
synagogues in America which have
also eliminated the Friday evening
Kiddush f r the same reason.
Those who have retained it have
done so either because of the habit
of custom or because of the small
children who are present in the
synagogue on Friday evenings.
Somehow, the drinking of the wine
from the Friday evening Kiddush
is supposed to be of great spiritual
benefit to the children (Or Zarua.
Laws of Erev Shabbos, 20).
Why does the congregation
walk out into the courtyard of
the syna.gogue in Israel when
the hymn "Lecho Dodi" i*
chanted?
The hymn Lecho Dodi consti-
tutes the act of welcoming the
Sabbath into the community. It is
the climax of the part of the serv-
ices called "Kaballas Shabbos" (re-
ceiving the Sabbathi.
The Talmud mentions that among
Mime it was a practice to actually
walk outside the city gates in-)
the fields as a gesture of welcom-
ing the Sabbath into the city Just
as one would welcome an im-
portant guest. The Sabbath is re-
ferred to as a queen that comes
to visit.
Therefore, in the synagogues
Israel, the people trail '.;t int >
the courtyard in a s.vrr.'ioiic ges-
ture of welcoming :n the Sabba'.'i
which is just about to enter
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA
TION. 985 SW 6"th Ave. Orthodox
Cantor Morris Ba-r
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BETH AM (TEMPLE' M N K-n.
dall Dr.. S. Miami. Reform Si~-i
Herbert Baurrgard. Canur Michael
Kyrr.
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Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
i m Saturday i
iker Lewis >:-' -
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BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Av-oe
Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Prldaj I pen Baturdaj
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Modern Traditional. Rabtx Ma*
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Conservative.
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St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Seymour Hmkes.
V'n.Uy t sunset S.i-uril.i; I a m rVr-
f the Wi n
B'NAI SHOLOM (Temple). 275 NW
M:.:mi Rabbinical A-
. if of :'-:
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SfMnrujl L.'jJfr of
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o* North Mivmi Beach
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St Conservat ve. Rro Avno.n L.
Draa'n. Cantor Nathan Par-ss
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- I' ; m Saturda i
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8755 SW '6th St. Miami Rabbi
Ra'ph 2 Glixman Cantor Benjamin
Ben Ari.
m ^.iiu:' 1y I 4' m B ir
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K- '. | F p.B 9 9 m
Carm, Cantor Albert Gtantr
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4th Ave H aleah Conservative.
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ZION TEMPLE' 8000 M Hjr Rd Con.
aervative Rabbi Ai'red waxman.
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AGLDArM ISRAEL. 7301 Ca iyie Ave.
Ortno1o Rabb Isaac Ever
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BETH ISRAEL. 770 40-.h Street.
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BETH JACOB 3J* Wash.njton Ave..
Orthodox Rabbi Shma'vau T
Sv. r, Cantor Maur :e Mamchea.
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Je**eron Ave Coneervitive Rabbi
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave Or.
tnodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rac*ovsy.
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
'-'- VVashngton Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Roiencwd.j.
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Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
Fr:.1*o 6 p m SatBrdas : .. m Sermon:
x A Nee Ann nC mmitt-
\ v urth ,f juiv Meessufc."
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Dr Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Cross
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel.
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 14'5 Euclid Ave.
Ortr-odox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
VEN-lRAH (TEMPLEI. KO 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
> t& Cantor Nico Feldman.
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NER tamio iTEMPlEi. 80th St and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tionai Raobi Eugene Labovitx. Can.
tor Edward Klein.
OHEV, SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Drive.
O-t-jdox Rab^i Phmeas Weber-
man

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\ j- Lao
1542.44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A.
Ben.Hillel.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Oakland Park B'vd Riobi Pmlip
Chaiton. Cantor Theodore Mmdeh.
iy S:1S p.m Ou -i
>( ....... Saturdaj ml
I lui-h
BETH TORAH 164th St a.'d NE 11th
A.- Conservative Rji>-. %tj, i_ 0.
BChita. Cantor Ja.-3h Renzar
' m Satu -
iii Miiu I ii
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
'3600 W D.xie Hwy Conservative
Raob Oavid Rosenfeid Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum
; m 'lu- -; .
"I Am t
Saturdaj 3:45 a.m
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 133rd St
Conservative Rabbi Charles M. Ru-
bel Cantor jack Lerner.
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 45
- Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahrmaa.
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ZAMORA TEMPLE. *4 2i-i-i Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger
Cantor Hirsh March
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FT. LAUDERDALE
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLEi
Conservative, 1025 NE 'S.lrd St.
EMANU-EL. 1801 S A-dr-ws Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Richard M Lavtan.
Cantor Jerome Kiement.
HALLANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWS- CSS--I*,
124 E. Hallandale 3ei:i B vj
SINAI JtWPLEl. OF NORTH OADE
Temoorary office. 13801 NE 2-nd
Ave. Reform. Rabbi RalDh Kmgtley
Prldaj S \s .-: Incl Reder-
al Auditorium CM m: '.itth Street
Sermon 'Aspects -f Kef .>rm Jui i
What Will Tom. .. ( i Satur-
day 11 : m Unr M:;> il
>f Mr and Mr- Mun.i> Bifltil
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 1815' NE
'9th Ave. Orthodox Rabo. Jonah E
Caplan
HOLLYWOOD
B|TH EL (TEMPLE S -*tn Ave.
Reform Rabbi Samuel Ja'fj.
Prtdai p m
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE' 17CJ
Monroe St. Conservative Rabo
Morton Malavsky
SINAI (TEMPLEI* 1201 Johnson St
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehudah Heiiuraun.
MIR AM A
YOUNG ISRAEL OF CREATE* Ml
AMI. 90 NE -st St Dt-'in
- turd iy '
moi
Ben 'i
CORALGA8LES
ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 3500 SW Set*
Way. Conservative. Rabbi Irwin
Cutler.
POMPANO BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLEi '32 SW 11th
Ave.. Conservative. Rabbi Mjrrie
A. Skop. Cantor Leon Segal.
SURFS IDE
VOGAN OAVID CONGREGATION
Su-fS'de Community Ceite-. 930*
Colims Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi laaao
D Vine.
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
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Friday. July 5. 1968
+Jewisti /kri/inn
Paqe 13-A
Dr. Samuel Belkin Is Honored On
25th Anniversary At Helm Of Yeshiva
NEW YORK Dr. Samuel Bel-
jr.. crlcbratint; his 25th year a> ,
j -e-idcnt of Y .-.hiva Univer-ity.
predicted at a dinner in his honor
i,: the New Yor Hilton Hotel that
the next 25 years will see funda-
mental changes in the structure;
and attitudes of universities.
"I don't believe universities can
:( run by students." he asserted
: 1 am convinced they must be
for students."
;>r. Beikin. whose administra- i
I brought a vast expansion !
Ye*hh>a University's physical
. .: academic scope, said
. | .>:, such expansion will con-
: i "more streaa must be placed
i the March for excellence rather
: ess."
issinj bis aspirations and
r lh< I :iin\ he said. "I
..- in America will remem.
, y. shiva University can
. bt.ng thn ..-h the effort.- I :
r&and that those who havi
rom a hei tage of being dls-
advj ?ed will U am to care mi r
for the di.-advan!. i
... n America now."
B'nai Raphael
Confirms Five
I ., young men and women have
been confirmed at Congregation
1 i a Ra| hael, with Rabbi Charles
Rube] and Cantor Jack Lerner of-
Eclating. They are Mark, -on of
.:.- v.: Wilensky; Rayna.
, ol Mr. and Mrs. Harry
1 an; ''. r< ia, daughter o! Mr.
. : Mrs B< n Shapiro; Seth. son of
Mr and Mrs. Kmanuel Brown, and
l arry. son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley
L<
Be said also that he hoped Ye-
hiva University would remain "a
private institution" which would
continue to emphasize "the cen-
trality of Torah learning and He-
.rew culture, while at the same
.ime advancing its efforts to serve
'he needs of the entire American
community."
Dr. Belkin was hailed at the din-
ner by an honorary anniversary
committee that included 23 Nobel
aureates. 15 university presi-
lents and distinguished artists.
writers, u enlists and government
Speakers included author
1 i ner, Nobel Laureate
Dr. Selman A Wak ucation Commission-
Lllen.
Beth David Group To Picnic Sunday
A family picnic, sponsored by
the Young Couples Club of Beth
David Congregation, is slated for
12:30 p.m. Sunday at Pit 1. Mathe-
son Hammock. Jeff Fine, chair
man of the event, has announced
that organized activities are plan-
ned for the entire family.
Tha Young Couples Club, which
is open to young marrieds under
! the age of 33. meets each month at
Beth David. Tiie next meeting of
! the group is planned for Thursday.
July 11 at 8:15 p.m. at Beth David
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Levy Named New
Public Affairs Head
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NEW YORK The nationwide
iiti I Jewish Appeal has i a at I
Raphael Levy as its director for
public affairs. I'JA is the major
merican agency providing funds
for immigrants to Israel and .)> tit
n need overseas.
In h;s new pi st. Mr. Levy, who
wa- UJA director of public rcla-
; rio.li s nee 1951, will assume spe-
.i.il responsibilities in matters re-
lated to I'JA'.- national leader-hip
and communication-.
Prior to joining I'JA. Mr. Levy
served a- publicity director of the
Joint Distribution Committee, and
earlier of the National Refugee
S rvice, both I'JA beneficiary or-
ganizations. During World War II
le was managing editor of the
Master Radio Desk of the Oifice
, of War Information.
As UJA director of public rela-
; tions. he directed the agency's
I advertising and audiovisual pro-
grams, and much of its news-
; publicity. He was in charge of
1 publicity for nine UJA Leadership
| Study Missions to Europe and 1s-
, rael.
An authority on refugee assist-
ance, and the problems facing Is-
rael's immigrants. Mr. Lev) has
produced or written some 20 films
| on these topics for I'JA and other
organization-. In 1P65. and anain
in 1968. films which he produced
were awarded first prize by the
National Council of Jewish Audio-
Visual Materials, as the "best film
of Jewish interest of the year."
Defendant's Illness
Halts Trial Of Nazi
FRANKFURT (JTAi The trial
Ldoll Beckerle, Nazi minister in
Sofia, Bulgaria, during World War
il. wa- suspended this week be-
cause the defendant is sick in the
hospital. Beckerle was charged
w.th participation in the mass de-
portations of Bulgarian Jews.
Also deferred was the testimorn
of West German Chancellor Kurt
Georg Kiesinger. who was called
as a defense witness. Mr. Kiesing- :
1 er. an army officer at the time, is
alleged to have had contacts with
; Beckerle.
Whether the trial will resume or
a new trial will be ordered depends ;
on the length of Beckerle's illness.
| According to German procedure, if
1 there is more than a 10-day gap in |
' the proceeings, the trial must be-
. gin anew.
A sentence of life imprisonment
1 was imposed in Cologne on Kurt I
; Wiese. a former SS officer charged
i with participation in the wartime
i shooting of 177 Jewish men, worn- i
! en and children in the Grodno
ghetto in occupied Poland, between
| 1941 and 1943 The trial opened
last March 11.
Another defendant and former I
'. SS officer. Heinz Eirelis. 55. of
Bochum. was acquitted for lack of
proof. He had been sentenced in
1967 to six and a half years im- '
prisonment at hard labor but the
sentence wa- never carried out be- .
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Paqe 14-A
* # Friday. July 5 1968
Off fhe Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
LSD Or Hassid ismHippies Asked To Choose
\
A RECENT feature story in the
^^ New York Times depicts a
Lubavitcher Hassid standing sur-
rounded by hippies in Washington
Square Park in the heart of Green
wich Village and offering them re-
demption from their troubles
through the expedient of putting
on tefillin.
Furthering the mitxvah campaign was a placard
bearing the motto 'Tefillin on the spot for people
on the go."
And one of the leaders of the Lubavitcher move-
ment, a rabbi, went even further with his blandish-
ments. He was reported to have told the young men
who "are searching for mystic experiences" in LSD
and pot that the Lubavitcher offered them mys-
m instead.
1 am reluctant to comment on the prop >
litj of prom i fillin in the way of the
hankers, but 1 cannot resist reacting to the Ral
formulation
No one can accuse this
to Hassidism. His record on that is an open
j he a d.
Hassid c rabbis in the but his n in
a way is one oi the Lubavitcher Hassidim, having
made a number of nocturnal pilgrii 3 to the
Lubavitcher's abode and having cultivated
the young tx arded as his close frier
That Is why this writer was shocked at the
attempt to seemingly equate the effectiveness of
Israel Newsletter
By ELIAHU SALPETER
Population Problems
Jerusalem
^F THE HUNDREDS of publications
^^ put out by various government
agencies here each month, population
statistics are considered by many to be
the most importantand the most de-
pressing. As one Israeli statistician said
the other day: "Why should the Arabs
start a new war" With a little patience
they can defeat us in the maternity wards."
Concern over the Jewish population growth vis-a-vis
the Arab- is only part of the problem that has worried
Jewish demographers since World War II. But Israel-
victory in last June's Six-Day War and its demographic
result has focused new attention on the problem.
Population statistics cover the ratios between .lews
and Arabs inside Israel proper and the ratios when the
Arab population of the occupied territories is aided. They
also show the proportion inside Israel between Jew- of
European origin and Jews of Oriental descent, and indi-
cate the trends and reservoirs of immigration to Israel
and population statistic- of Jewish communities abroad.
This adds up to a tragic but vital question: Is the Jewish
people facing gradual extinction?
This problem has been ob-cured for more than two
decades. The destruction of one-third oj the Jewish people
in the Nazi holocaust was seen as a horrible demographic
wound but one which will gradually heal. But the magni-
tude of the disaster overshadowed other aspects of the
problem. Then came the mass migration to the newly-
established State of Israel, creating a fleeting impression
(to the general observer) of seemingly vast reservoirs of
Jewish population, mainly in Oriental countries. The
young image of Israel, with so many healthy little Sabras
beaming from every leaflet, newsreel and picture album
also tended to obscure the demographic realities.
The implications of a huge Arab population with a
very high birth-rate became more obvious as prospects
for peace receded. Population ratios moved from the
realm of statistical abstractions to the sphere of prac-
tical politic-.
In 1965. the annual net population increase among
non-Jews, i.e.. Arabs in Israel, reached 45.8 per thous.in I,
compared to 16.1 per thousand among Jews, the latter
only through Oriental immigrant- who had a 27 per
thousand birthrate compared to 5.8 per thousand among
Jews of European origin. However, the statistics showed
that even among Oriental Jews, the birth-rate was de-
clining each year
Despite a higher birth rate, natural increase an
Ara: ipied territories is somewhat lower than the
Israeli Arab average because Of better health ami social
conditions in Israel But Israel rule will reduce infant
mortality among Arabs of occupied territories. The reser-
voir- of Jewish population growth (and of aliyahi outside
Israel are in the I'nited States and the Soviet Union, Not
only have mx million European Jews died, but the war.
migrations and diseases have distorted the demographic
pattern of the surviving Jewish population in Europe.
All of this is now gaining attention in Israel Th"
government wants to do something but is bogged down in
bureaucratic paper-pushing The awareness of the demo-
graphic danger is becoming increasingly common among
better off younger families. Some optimists hope that this
may yet become the source of a demographic revolution
in Israel.
Hassidism. Jewish mysticism. witrP'such external
stimuli a- ISD and pot as elements in the quest for
mystic experiences.
Hippies who were in Washington Square Park
told me if the Jewish mysticism they were being
Offered was a substitute for the mystic experience
thej were seeking in drugs, it only confirmed the
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Fourth Of July fs
Another Passover
1W
L/HEN THE delegates to the
ntim ntal Congress
I in 1776. the entire population
13 around
n, not much m<
S of
srael.
Isri el I ' 'the slow gro\th ol it- po
Probablj none of the deleg tes al I liladelphia ever
anticipated that the new nation they were founding
would grow to two hundred million.
Who can look into the future and foresee the
iss ie ol events' The dele-ate- hail too many imme-
diate problems. They were concerned about the
large armj of German mercenaries the British had
hired to i:ght them. And there was the weather to
w ii rv about. It was very hot that morning in Phila-
delphia and they didn't have any air conditioning
But they did a great job.
There is only one thing wrong with the Fourth.
The Continental Congress should have passed a law
providing for the eating of mat/oh on the Fourth.
Franklin at the Continental Congress did suggi -:
that the seal of the newborn United States should
be an engraving of the Israelites fleeing from
Pharaoh. II, recognized the basic similarities of the
Fourth with Passover,
In the Hagadah, we are enjoined not to think
that the Lord only delivered our ancestors. We too
were delivered since if they had not been freed, we
Should not be free. Mankind, however, tends to for-
get this, so it becomes necessary to have other
Passovers.
The one at Philadelphia was a momentous one.
not only for the I'nited States, but in a great meas-
ure, in an indirect way. for the entire world
The Liberty Bell, on which was written the words
of 'he Torah. -Proclaim Liberty unto all the land"
rang out. Since Ben-Gurion was not there, the dele
gate- went :o Ben Franklin's home and made Kid-
du-h.
Jews in America then numbered about 3.IKK) al
< ther. and in proportion to their number- "en-
joyed" the same "pleasures" the others did in the
troubled days >>f war
In Philadelphia. Haym Salomon, who helped
Robert Morris sell the American war bonds, was
captured by the British. In Westche.-ter. the Haves
home was set afire by the British. In Georgia. David
Emanuel and a fellow Georgian were captured and
ordered shot, but managed to escape. The first to
die in the Revolution from South Carolina was
Francis Salvador, who had been a member of the
Provincial Congress
So. while we are celebrating the Fourth, let us
be joyful. But remember also that freedom is ex-
pensive, and we must work hard to keep it.
Between You and Me:
-ameness ol purpose in both media. However, one
confided he wa- prepared to accept the rabbi's offer
only because "it seems to presuppose that religion
is a happeningand we hippies proliferate in hap-
penings."
Another hippie told me what the rabbi said was
only witness to the hippie thesis that the use of drugs
was a religious experience. "What happens," he
asked, "if a Hassidic cat fails to reach in and out in
a moment of religious ecstasy? Should he then take
pot?"
A third one told me that hippies basically were
religious!} motivated and if he thought the rabbi's
offer of mysticism held the key to his reaching out
In' would trj it. A fourth fell into the atheistic chant
that religion was an opiate, but that he preferred
the real thin- to thai substitute
It is obvious, of course, that is not what the
Lubaviti ckesman meant when he offered one
form of mysticism for another. In fact, Hassidism
equi ih; ;
-'-. i ...
especially b) the -..j;'. the dangerous equation pro-
r that ii
what it wa-. could do m ire harm than good.
Wl ii these cl to reality, n
.mre ol life. I heir n
is ti rnal dn nil w hat they need is n vak
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d Foreign Pre-- Association She
si ce completed in Pan- and Bins-. -
"In Soir. In Train." directed bj And t
Deivaux; aim in Rome, The Appointment." the latter
English-language film directed by our own Sidnej Lunur
with Omar Sharif co-ta; ring.
We met Miss Aimee in i%7 when she came to us a
her husband. Pierre Barouh, the bearded actor-songwriter
who not onlv played her spouse in A Man and a Woman
but al-o wrote the lyrics, and finally wed his leading lad}
in a Pan- Sephardic synagogue in truly romantic fash!
Anouk Aimee is now in town to begin her role m
Columbia film. "The Mode! Shop." her very first Ho
wood picture in which she costars with Gary Lockw
and Alexandra Haythe l!*68 Miss Golden Globe
HFI'A. Director ol the new movie which deals with I
milieu oi a "renta-girl" for amateur photographers -
Jacques Demy, the boyish Frenchman who came to i
attention of America with his musical epic. "The I
brella ol Cherbourg." aftei he ha l guided Anouk Ail
in his very first film. -Lola." a poetic yam Of love's
and heartbreak. -The Model shop ,- an ingeniously
vised sequel to -Lola." in which we find the heroine I
the French movie as a divorcee on the West Coast It
deal- with the rears ol today's younger generation .
is. according to Mr. Demy. ., universal anti war statenx I
without accusing anyone or any country specifically
Mis- Aimee is an exotic beauty with dark eve- hol-
lowed cheeks and a profusion of chestnut hair parted in
the middle, an apparition from "1001 Nights."
Jacques Demy, who is married to the equally talei I
female film director. Agnes Varda. of "Le Bonbeur
scribes hi- ,.,,.,., m(ivi(. for Coh|mbia b0,h as an art
and commercial venture, a wclldev eloped straight -t
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Christian Schools Study Judaism
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J-he number f universities
and non-Jewish theological
seminaries in (he I'nited States
inaugurating programs in Ju laism
i- continuing to -row American
institutions of higher learning, es-
pecially Catholic universities, are
beginning to complain that they
cannot find Jewish teachers for
ins.
Tlie growing interest in Judaism is due in part
to the expanding ecumenical movi ment in this coun-
try. Chnst:an scholars are beginning to appreciate
more the Judaic origins of Christianity and to dis-
play greater understanding of what Judaism has to
teach. Christian theological seminaries, where Ju-
daism was taught bj Christian scholars in courses
of comparative religion, are now convinced that the
teaching of Jewish subjects in their institutions
would be done better by Jewish scholars
Programs on Judaism will be given this fall to

nearly 3.000 teachers in New York Catholic schools
-Now being taped, they will be presented over.
Circuit television. Eventually, the material on the
l ipes will be included in the curriculum of the New
York Catholic parochial schools, attended bv -,,,
than 290.000 pupils and subsequently to Catholic
school systems throughout the country
Parallel to the growing interest in Judaism n
aiso me interest in studying Hebrew in the Ameri-
can schools o. higher education. There are todai
about 800 colleges and universities accepting He
brew as fulfilling entrance language requirements
More than 20O institutions or higher learning
teach Hebrew either as Semitic or modern language
These Institutions include more than 60 universities.
about 60 colleges and 90 theological schools. Some
universities have chairs of Hebrew culture while
others have departments of Hebrew culture and
education.


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Paqe 15-A
Israel Sets Army Plans
Leadeis cf the YMHA discuss plans for
the new Y facility to servo the North Dade
( :. Shewn at work are 'from left): Arthur
Horwitz; Sam Seitlin. Y t"es:dmt; Paul
Faske, honorary president: Alan G'uckst^rn
and Matthew Ettinqer. The nt-w YHMA will
be situated en a 10-acre location al NW 161
St and 5 Ave., near the Golden Glades
Interchange.
Figlit Looms On Fort as Nomination
Continued from Page 1-A
iih r since becoming a
jusi s consistent!) mani-
fest' aid friendly .,"
tudi srael.
ji was born in Mem-
phis, ne 19, 11!>. and
was S parents to study
first : stern Unit
and 1 where be w as
for a tin r essor of law He
came A; ton to work as an
atton | ies ol Presi lent
Roost Deal Administra-
tion, rsonal friend of
pi. n, Mr Fortas
servi i nts Room elt
and I lei secretary
tho ;. as a member oi
the >mil ittei
Bqi n the Ai
For i member o the
Na1 mitt
Coi
Vwai I of :<< American Jewish
ess ip. 1366. he ha- heen a
national advisory
ttei of the Congress' Com
i on Law and ... u-tiun.
Apn! Mr 1" -...-. who is
for hi< liberal vi ws, ad-
. an \mer can -. Com
dinner honoring iustave
i i chairman of the Ni w V'ork
Exchange At tnai I ne he
.lews must join Ni roes in
truggle for m ... rights
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Desalination Plant
Slated For Sinai
wiv TTA water de-
plant will start operations
s y at Mahal Yam, a paia-
scttlemi nt establ tied on
n rthern Sinai i ar the
m. The sett > are
i
lev '<;' emenf
nent ordered coi .
p nit to provide the settle-
fresh water for domes-
es ind irritation. T*-- plant
perate on the principle in-
by x inder Zarchin, a
;i Israeli engineer who
more than ?0 patents for the
en of -en water.
Vc;m- b th minority groups are
rying to achieve the same -oals."
[i ir thai Negro extremist*
ire trj ... .....n the Ne r<
igainsl tl Jew.
Mr -..- .. arcd twice
B'nai rith iriti-D< famation
League ni lal i tings ind
among lose wh iccepted invita-
tions to 'tend a Israeli Embassy
farewell n ptio '' ashi
for Ministi Ephi i E\ -on. He
served a* a user to thu I S d< le-
gation to the Nat
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TEL AVIV (JTA) Israeli army
planning for the current year is
>ased on the assumption that the
inny will remain on present cease-
fire lines which will require an
increased use of troops. Brig. Ezer
v'eizmann. chief of army head-
iuarters branch, reported this
week.
He said the planning will take
nto account the lessons of last
lime's Six-Day War and will in-
clude an increase in armor and
reorganization of artillery which
.ill incorporate a "significant"'
amount of war booty. Israel seized
cores of tanks, guns and other
equipment in its -smash through
he Sinai Desert.
He reported that American Sky-
hawk fighter-bombers and Bell-250
helicopters would be used in ex-
pansion of the Air Force but he
fresed that the army will always
be ready to absorb the French-
w ade Mirage-V supersonic jet
p anes if and when France ends
Its embargo on their shipment to
Israel,
Military sources said here that
..in technicians, advisors and
nstructors are functioning in all
I gypt's armed forces, They in-
ated that Soviet penetration and
presence wias never sironger in
- pt than it is now.
- riming up Israel's security po-
. a spokesman said that while
countries h.ol rehabilitated
.irmies since their defeat last
'i<, Israel had also strengthen-
forces, including her air
, force, and today w a* stronger than
I before the Six-Day War.
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Friday, Tulv 5. 1363
U.S. Origins Quota System Now Past History
By GAYO* I JACOSSON
In the annals of American his-
tory. July 1. 1>38 will be a mo-
D that date
aft< r 44 J
qaoU ijratea wai tbolisbed what
-.... tbc OS. I" La* be
like now*
There will be a numerical ceil-
ing of 170.000 immigrant
available for p- from the
Ki-:ern Hemisphere :'
their country of birth: and 120.OX)
immigrant visas available for na-
ivef of We-tern Hemisphere
c ou.it r.e-
No one coontrj in :':
Hemisphere .-than
Massachusetts Club Will
Meet Next Thursday
The monthly meeting f the
Massachusetts Club of Greater Mi-
trill be held Thur
It -he Be! A:re Hotel 8515 I
Ave.. Miami Beach. P.dr.- I ir I
8:15 p.m. meeting include panel
discussion moderated by FI
Boyer. zroup president, and the
pre-entation of > re.
20.000 numfK-r- \- ret there has
Testers Hemi-
even-
tually be placed ..mber
The n numbers a* a
to the Ed-'em ." re will be
ted on the bai d prefer^
- :
n iti. i :
permanent resident aliens, or be-
-.uns and -...-
eeded in I ted States
It is estimated thjt there *
very few. if any. non;
numbers lilable under the law
The 170.000 numbers are expected
to be by the i i
preference cati
. ru there *:.: -
large number of pel
for p:- have
been died Priorities within the
imbers a-, rilable will
based i] in the da: >: filii the
.-. each preference
irjr. There is
- .: the Western Hemi-
sphere
Exci parents and
child.-- U.S :itiiens or perma-
nent r itives of the
v. ... qualify
for ii jrat the lasis >f
lal >r ..'..'
-rtain orefer- -dories
tje a lor |
s.ninz v.-a; because M the de-
pa.-ticularly in
race category which
- I brothers and listen
- third preference
- -- of profes-
tth preference
I r skilled or unskilled
led in the United
It is ei I -hat for
three categories alone, by
the end of the fiscal year 1969.
nere will be a backlog of 336.000
number- awaiting .
changeover :r. the law will
j change in the pattern
A immigration to the Lnited
State*
Before the I int to the
3 1965.
ireat Britain I Ger-
t using l
larg in her I Immigrant risai
It is esti it for the fiscal
I960. I largest nun
users : -.: igrani \ .-..-
Italy Gn-ece. Portugal
China and -he Ph.iippines The rea-
-on for this is that niotas for
it 3r:-3in. Ireland and Ger-
many were always available and
t i need 11 file petitions.
since applicants from
countries must nceforth
compete for the 170 I imbers,
they in I i i > mlj the basi*
>f a pr ritj est the fil-
ing of a petition. For Italy. Greece.
I'ortu-a China and the PhiMp
pines, petitions have been on file
for many years and the applicant,
from those countries will therefore
enjoy the advantage.
What is the effect of the el
aver in the law on Jewish immi-
gration'.'
Until July 1. the quotas to which
most Jewish applicants are cha
ableCzechoslovakia. Latvia. L
uania. I'oland and the USSR-were
available. The problem in these
countries had been the difficulty
' in obtaining passports Neverthe-
, p< rsons had been able
to overcome this obstacle.
For the past several years,
immigration to the Unil I
-- had been mainly under the
refugee provision of the law. That
provision allowed persons who
I from Communist or Ml
East ntries I transit < i inti -
such a-- Italy an I Frani
admitted to the United States is
: ants, and '
per:- II residence after t I
years That aspect of the Ian
not change on July 1 1'er- ins
manage to leave a Commun:-" r
Mi country f ir a i i
in Eui ipe :an il 11 be
i for US. imn
It United WAS Service hi- in-
tlcipate I the cl i
>n .,--.-
as for their
in the Eastern Hemisphere Tha
agency has also been atating
i,ib finding for applicants wh> .,
immigrate only under the La
Certification Program
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cJewish Floridian
Friday. July 5. 1968
Section 3
Feldmans To Appear In Rumania
Cantor Nico Fcldman of Temple I ances in Rumania al the invita-
' Menorah, Miami Beach, left with j tion of the Rumanian government.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry De Jur of Miami and New York partici-
pate in the cornerstone layina ceremony on the Haifa cam-
pus of the Technion-lsiaal Institute of Technoloqy of a new
student dormitory to be named in memory of their son,
Jerome. Mr. De Jur contributed S250.000 toward the construc-
tion of the new facility.
Mrs. Feldman this week for a se-
ries of concert and opera appear-
Earl I Carroll To
Address Y Seniors
i
Beth David Offers Classes
Classes for children in living
Hebrew have begun at Beth David
South, 7500 SW 120th St.. Held on
Monday and Thursday mornings. I f^'brew" progra
with Zvi Rnscnkranz as instructor,
the classes are still open for addi-
tional registration.
A native of Rumania, Cantor
Fcldman was an operatic tenor in
Israel lor many years before com-
ing to this country. His wife. Nora,
was an operatic soprano in Europe
and Israel where she sang under
the name of Nora Zahavi.
Metro Commissioner Earl J. Car- During their visit to Rumania,
roll will be the guest speaker at Cantor and Mrs Feldman will
the Golden Age Friendship Club of make a half hour television ap-
I the YM-YWHA of Greater Miami. pearance on the national Rumanian
8500 SW 8th St.. Sunday at 1:30 network and have scheduled two
p.m.. it was announced by Jack appearances in Rumanian nation;,!
IC'alchman, president of the Senior Opera houses in the cities of Bra-ov
I Citizens group at the Y. and Mamaia, as well as several
This will be the first in a two- concerts in the capital. Bucharest.
1 part series, "Meet Your New Com-' an missioners," enabling golden agers country
of the Y to better understand their They are a|so doe appear
under the sponsorship of tue Ru-
Sheppard. is tentatively scheduled I manian Jewish community in pro-
for July 18 at the V grams of Israeli and Yiddish folk
The Golden Age Friendship Club songs.
also announced that it will spon-
Students of superior achievement >or a "Summer Brunch" at noon
will be accelerated according to Sunday. July 14.
their abilities. Habbi Gross said.
Hebrew Academy To
Expand H.S. Studies
The Hebrew Academy will ex- els who have had a limited back
and its educational facilities with ground and training in Hebrew
He opening of a special Hebrew studies.
tudies junior high school and ...
i Vi ...,. f- The courses to be offered wi
unior hii:h school program for *...__.
the fall term Rabbi Alexander S. n tn" **" program of posifions and inMS 11u. other new.
Gross Principal, announced this the Hebrew Academy and w,llm ,y ,,u,l,u.d commissioner. Ben
elude Mishna. Talmud. Bible. CUS- sheppard. is tentatively scheduled
toms and Ceremonies and Jewish
The classes, he noted, are de- History. All the subjects will bi
igned tor new students entering taught in the Hebrew language,
le Academy on the junior high
school and senior high school lev
CANTOR AND Ml NICO FEIDMAN
country assured Cantor and Mr-
Feldman that they would be in-
to meet with people in all part- I
Rumania.
As thej return to the Unit* .
States next month, the Feldman*
will stop in Paris, where thej will
participate in the Draveil Sumnn
Before their departure, the Ru-1 Music Festival held annually on
.nanian cultural attache in this che outskirts of the French capital
The special programs are being
made available at the request of
many students in our community
who desire a more concentrated
m and a greater
knowledge of their past," he de-
clared.
The requirements for entrance
are ability to read and write He-
brew and good to superior stand-
ing in academic studies.
Louis Merwitzer. president, said
Under the auspices of Beth Da-
vid Fine Arts, classes in rug weav-
ing and oil and watercolor painting
era being conducted Tuesday eve
nings at Beth David (oral Way
,nd Wednesday evenings at Beth the Hebrew Academy is a com
David South Wednesday evenings munity school and "it is our desire
at Beth David South, the Brother- to make our unique educational
hood also sponsors a family night program available t all students
when men's snorts are held. who seek admission to our .chool."
]\ew JWV Commander
Sets Convention Plans
U R D I N\ IE
A*U*f
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Michael Schechter. newly elected on behalf >f post members
tate commander of the Jewish
War Veterans, uili represent the
Department o| Florida at JWV'S
national convention at the Diplo-
ma) Hotel in Hollywod, Aug 18-25.
Mr. Schechter j> installed at
The recent stale convention in
Miami Beach. Irving Cooperman,
national executive committeeman
and past commander of the Depart
Hint of Florida, idmitrstered the
oath ol i ffice to Mr Schechter
Alter being sworn into office.
Mr. Schechter received his state
commander's hat from Murray
Solomon 1'ost ef Coral Gables,
where he is ;i pas| commander.
The presentation was made by
i^eo Plotkin, post commander, and
Ira Blitt. senior vice commander.
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The new state commander eon
gratulated Leon Glassman ol Abe
Ader Post on receiving the Harry
II Cohen memorial award, pre-
sented by Miami Beach Post, for
five years of outstanding service
to his post. Norman Bruce Brown
Post gave the Julius Deutschaward
to Harold Roussman of Harvey Al
bertson Posl as the "outstanding
Jewish war veteran of the year."
Born in Russia in 1912, Mr
Schechter came to this country in
1023 lie attended public schools
in Albany. N.Y., moving later with
his fa mil j to Newark. N.J.
The JWV state leader served in
the l.'.S. Army from 1944 to l-4 in the field artillery branch. Upon
being honorably discharged, he
joined the Jewish War Veterans
Post in Newark.
Since coming to Miami in 1948.
Mr. Schechter has remained active
in Jewish War Veterans' programs.
Within the Department of Florida
he has served as chief of staff,
trustee, first junior vice command-
er, and senior vice commander. He
is currently JWV national deputy
memorial officer.
Commander Schechter was non-
ore I by the Military Order of
Purp'e Heart in February at its
quarterly meeting for outstanding
ervice to all veterans' organiza-
tions. For the past year he has been
a delegate to the Department Com-
manders' Conference of Florida
The new commander resides at
1732 SW 82nd Ct. with his wife.
Rose.
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*Jeni$t Florid/tern
Page 3-B
'onth Symphony
iistalls President,
Presents Awards
Mrs. Lillian Chasin was installed
r a second term as president of
Bie South Florida Youth Symphonv
t the group's annual awards ban
net held recently at the Miami
akes Inn and Country Club
Mr-. Chasin. a vice president of
he Peonies National Bank of
Jorth Miami, heads the group
hich honored orchestra leader
incent Lopez with a certificate of
ppreciation. Mr. Lopei was the
ier* speaker at the awards ban
no, and recently was guest con-
uctor of the orchestra in a concert
the North Miami Beach Audi
Hum.
Also presented that evenin; were
rion music award- to two mem
is of the Youth Symphory, Lynn
abold of 1!N>0 \\V IStitl. St., and
andy Mauldin of 360 NW 194th
r. The Arion awards are given
tionally in recognition of mu-
ral merit hy schools and societies
Ion gins to the National Arion
aid Foundation.
Two Miami Boys Touring Israel
With National Bar Mitzvah Club
jddqe J. W. Blunton (center), turns over his S3,283 surplus
campaiqn funds from the recent primary to Variety Child-
ren's Hospital. Stevie Suchman, a patient, and Gerald W.
Frawley, executive director, accept the qift on behalf of
the hospital.
Rumania Praised For
Policy Toward Jews
Two Miami teenagers arc among
75 boys and girls touring Israel
with the third annual nip of the
\alional Bar Mitzvah Club.
Michael Friedman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. II. A Friedman, and Peter
Luria. ton ol Mr and Mrs. Leon-
ard Luiia. left this week for a
seven-week tour which includes
travel throughout the Jewish state.
vi-it- to the newly-acquired terri-
tory, seminars by outstanding lec-
turers and two weeks ol living and
working on a kibbutz.
The National Bar Mitzvah Club,
in organization which enables Mil-
lent- to spend summers in Israel
through its membership due- plan.
is headed bj Rabbi Many Halpern,
chairman ol the board of trustees.
Boys and girls throughout the na
'ion are enrolled at the age ol 13
and accumulate membership dues
of $850 over a three-year period,
enabling them to make the pil
grimage when they arc sixteen
. ears old.
In 19br>. the first group initiated
ihe National Bar Mitzvah Club
grove oi trees in the Jewish Na
tional Fund- John F. Kennedy
Pores) on the outskirts ol Jerusa-
lem. This year, participants will
each plant a tree in tin- grove
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Bl'CHARKST (JTA) Chief
Rabbi Moses Rosen of Rumania
Ihi.s week praised the Rumanian
government for it.- support in help-
ing to rebuild the war-ravaged
Jewish community of this country
after World War II. At the same
time, he reaffirmed Rumanian
Jewry's spiritual ties with Israel.
Sp-akini; from the pulpit of the
Choral Synagogue where he was
feted on the 20th anniversary of
his accession to the office of Chief
Rabbi. Rabbi Rosen declared that
his experience in the past 20 years
proved that Jews can create a
viable existence under either cap-
ital's! or socialist forms ol govern-
ment. He cited the participation of
Rumanian Jewry in the creation
of a Socialist state in this country,
Rabbi Rosen received the per-
sonal felicitations of Jewish and
non Jewi-h religious leaders and
from representatives of Jewish
communities and organizations in
the United States. Israel and other
part- of the world.
Among the religious dignitaries
present were the Patriarch Justin-
ian of the Rumanian Orthodox
church, the Moslem Mufti and
Archbishop Augustin of the Roman
Catholic Church. Rabbi Yitzhak
Nissim. the Sephardic Chief Rabbi
Ol Israel, headed a list Of rabbinical
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service work, unanimously agreed
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leaders from five other countries, I
among them Chief Rabbi emeritus
if Great Britain, Dr. Israel Brodie
Greetings ..ere received from
,'hief Rabbi Yehuda Ix-ib Levin of
Moscow, who was concluding his
visit to the I'nited State-.
Ameiican Jewish leaders who at-
tended the ceremonies at the Bu-
charest synagogue, the first event
of its kind ever held in Rumania,
included Rabbi Max Nussbaum of
Hollywood. Calif., president of the
American section of the World
Jewish Congress, and Phillip E.
Hoffman of Newark. N.J.. chair-
man of the board of governors of
(he American Jewish Committee
Louis D Horowitz of the Joint
Distribution Committee in Geneva
headed a JDC delegation. Israel
was represented by Maurice Yaffe
>' Jerusalem, president of the
I'nion oi Israeli Synagogues, and
I Zalman Shragai, a leader of the
I Mizrachi Hapoel Hamizracht, the
I religious Zionist party. Also pres-
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Slovakia, as well a- representa-
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Canada, Argentina, Prance and
Yugoslavia. But neither delegates
nor message- were received from
Poland or from neighboring Bul-
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Friday, July 5,
THEY WERE EATING LUNCH
Lunching in elegant splendor at the Cafe of
the Four Ambassadors were Mrs Boh Loring.
Mrs Marshall C.oldblatt. Mrs Merrill Taub and
Mrs Andrew Geller. At a table for two were Mrs
Jerome Rado and Mrs. Joseph Strauss. Mrs. Jesse
Rose and Mrs. Donald Rubin both looked very
sunny despite the pouring rain outside. Once a
nk at least. Howard Ayares comes home to
take his pretty wife. Marilyn, and their cute baby.
Allison, out for lunch. This was the day! And the
baby was as good as gold
THE RAINS CAME
They certainly came on the wrong day, ac-
cording to Mrs Larry Rosenberg, chairman of
the (\o\( Committee for the ladies at Wesiview
Country Club. Rut Mrs Carl Susskind assured us
that everything turned out all right Almost all
of the Miami golf clubs were represented at the
tournament. They were only able to play nine
holes, but it was fun. and having lunch at the
club was fun. too.
Mrs Henry D. Williams announced the win-
ners. There was a two-way tie among Westview
members Mrs Ed Caller and Mrs David Cats
man. with Mrs. Herbert Tenenbom in second
place anil Mrs. Larry Marks in third The guests
who tied for first place wore Mrs 1. Kuider ami
Mrs D McCarty. In a three-way tie for second
place were Mrs. S. Rennett. Mrs R. Marks and
Mrs J Kaufman. Other golfers seen on the
course were Mrs Lester Russin. Mrs Stanley
Segal. Mrs. Howard Kane. Mrs Richard Waxen-
berg. Mrs. Aaron Kanner and Mrs. James Cohen
HE LEAPED IN THE AIR
Jacques d' Amboise and Melissa Hayden. stars
of American ballet, gave pleasure as usual to the
audience at the Summer Pops." Rarnett Brees-
kin. conductor of the Miami Beach Symphony,
said that D" Amboise was dancing in spite of a
sprained ligament in his leg. but it wasn't no-
ticeable
When the dancer came here last year, he
brought his baby twins along and his mother
came to babysit with them. This trip was a
quickie, though, so all four kids were left at
home Was he ever lonesome!
Dave Balogh's friends love to watch him play
in the orchestra, where he is tirst tint >t As bu>>
a- he is. he manages to space ail his buying trips
so that he is at home when it is concert time
In the audience were Miss Sue Berkowitz. Mr
and Mrs. James Albert .Mrs. Fannie Bread. Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Upton, Irving Saal. Mr. and
Mrs. George Goldberg. Mrs Michael Mersel.
Mana-Zucca and Mrs. Elyse Adams
PINK AND WHITECOLORS FOR THE BRIDE
The Emil Gould's lovely home set in a garden
lends itself to many different kinds of parties
But the luncheon that Estelle Gould ga\.' last
week was a most special one. It was (or her
friends to meet her daughter in law-to-be. Carol
Lynn Blum, whose marriage to Dennis Gould
will take place in the middle of August
Carol, the daughter of Col. and Mrs. Milton
Blum, her mother. Estelle Gould, and Estelle's
mother. Mrs Fthel Goldstein, greeted guests a-
they entered. A 200-year old lace bell hung over
the charming buffet table The centerpiece, a
coach made of a pineapple and filled with dainty
flowers, was backed by a fairy castle Estelle s
fingers have magic in them. The crusty breads
baked and served in red flower pots were a con-
versation piece.
Among the guests were Mrs. George Carlisle,
who was Dennis' first grade teacher, and Carol's
aunt from Palm Beach. Mrs Albert Gasper, who
will be matron of honor. Mrs. Hartley Mann and
Mrs. Henry Blum.
Others were Mrs. Hyman Kaplan and her two
daughters. Phyliss Kaplan and Mrs Howard Mar
goluis. Mrs. Raymond Rubin. Mrs. Paul Barnett.
Mrs. William Singer. Mrs Herman Wepman.
Marie Volpe. Mrs. Stuart Gordon. Mrs. Sidney
Gorchov. Mrs. Stanley Wolff. Mrs Newton Levin-
son. Mrs. Elry Stone. Mrs Henry Gewitz. Mrs
Aaron Farr, Mrs. Richard Stone. Mrs. Edward
Roth. Mrs. Burghart Steiner. Mrs. Albert Green
and Mrs Morris Burk
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Irish-American Event
The most unique stake in grey-
hound racing the Tth annual
S3.000-added Irish-American Tri-
Distance Championship w ill start
at Biscayne Dog Track Saturday
There are no entry fees or quali-
fy .ng heats for the Irish-American,
thus making it the richest race
ever presented with an eight dog
field.
Series For Women Is Launched By Y
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held at the YM YWHA of Greater
Miami. 8500 SW 8th St.. starting
Monday. Well known specialists in
the various fields being discussed
will be on hand to lead the ses-
sions.
The first meeting will be en
titled "Antiques in Your Home''
and w ill be devoted to an artistic
approach of decorating a home
with the appropriate antiques in
good taste
The second session on July 15
will delve into "Promiscuity Among
our Teens" This subject has be-
rome openly discussed in recent
\er.rs and has received much at-
tention not only in the communica-
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Dr. and Mi=. Richard Helfman (left* celebrcted their 12th
weddinq anniversary at the recent "Get Acquainted Dance"
of the Kincs Bay Yacht and Countrv Club, alcnq wi'h Dr
Helfman s sister and brother-in-law. Dr. Mac&v Keyes. Some
300 members cf the club were on hand for the dininq, danc-
inn and pntertcinment which is slated to b an annual
affair. Phil Revitz, Lectiard Putterman, Johnny Gale and To
Kinq were in charae of arranqements.
Jordan Already Has
Supply Of U.S. Arms
tions media but also in private
talks in the home.
The third. "To Cook or Not to
Cook." reviewing the culinary
problems of women in today's busy
modern society, will take place on
July 23
The final session. t- be held
July 29. will concern itself with the
controversial subject "How High
Pot? Can You Recognise the
Signs"'' Parents arc vitally inter-
ested in coping with this particular
problem uhich has been plaguing
the community and can only be
solved with the cooperation and
understanding of all segments of
society
WASHINGTON tJTA) State
Department sources said this week
that most of the arms and muni-
"ii- which the I'nited States last
March agreed to provide to Jordan
had alreadv been delivered. Offi-
cials insisted that the Israel gov-
ernment had been informed in
advance and had made no protest
against the shipments, which, they
said, were continuing.
The equipment delivered to Jor-
dan included artillery and ammu-
nition and there was (peculation
here mat torn* of the long-range
juns pounding Israeli settlements
in the Jordan Valley and some of
the shells dropping on them were
of American origin.
Rep. William S. Broomfield. (It-
Mich, i. a member of the House
Foreign Affairs Committee, urged
the adminstration to halt immedi-
ately shipment of artillery and
munitions to Jordan.
The congressman claimed there
was evidence of "irresponsible"
use of American arm; by Jordan.
and st. 1 shipments should be sus-
pended "while the matter is pi..
under thorough review."
H? said the U.S. should not per-
mit a situation in which American
ammunition hills and maims Is-
raeli farmers and villagers."
President Johnson deplored the
renewed fighting in the Middl-
East and called for a peaceful set-
tlement of Arab-Israel different i
which the nations of the region
themselves should reach.*"
State Department experts ww>
closely follow developments along
the Jordan-Israel cease-fire line re
ported that the action appeared I
be a "limited retaliation" along
the lines of the Israeli reprisal raid
last March
Shortly before news of the new
outbreaks was received here. Am-
bassador Yitihak Rabin, who had
ju-t returned from a two-week
visit in Israel, conferred with high
St3te Department officials. He mi
understood to have reviewed the
general situation with special r.:'
erence to the problem of Jordar
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A group of single adults will
swim and dance at the YM YWHA
of Greater Miami Monday night
when the Social Singles Cub spon-
sors it- pool partv and dance at
, 8 30 p.m.
The dub, which is for -
adults of 28 to 50 years old. has
also set Saturday. July 20 a< the
date for a dance in the Burgundy
Room of the Carillon Hotel. Pro-
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applied to the YMHA ScsMtUn
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Jewish Floridian
Pridav. lulv 5. 196"
To'
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Women's Federation
Presidents To Meet
A series of coffees for the presi
rnts of all Jewish women's org-
anizations in the Greater Miami
tea was announced this week by
|rs. Sol Goldstein, president of the
cderation of Jewish Women.
Mrs. Edwin Oppenheim is ierv-
M as chairman oi the series. Tak-
|g place in the Board Room of the
reater Miami Jewish 'Federation,
ke coffees will interpret to the
\es dents the role of Federation
i! concerns their organization
^Federation'srole in fund raisins,
allocation of monies to their
janizations' national and local
bliates, the role that these or-
biizations can play in our local
^mnaign and how policies will be
TH^#
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formulated on a community level
with the cooperation of the Fed
eration will be explored.
The coffee* will also give the
presidents an opportunity to d:s-
cuss the formal structure of the
local Federation and how it oper-
ates a* an umbrella organization
for all Jewish affairs.
The first coffee was held 'lues
Jay. Four more will follow on al-
ternating Mondays and Tuesdays.
Invited to these 10 a m. coffees are
the women's group presidents of
the following organization-.: B'nai
B'nth. Hadassah, National Council
of Jewish Women. Pioneer Wom-
n. Mizrachi. Jewish Home for the
Aged, YM-YWHA of Greater Mi-
ami Jewish Vocational Service.
Bureau of Jewish Education, Mount
Snai Hospital Volunteers, Jewish
Family and Children's Service,
American Friends of the Hebrew
University, American Jewish Con-
gress. American Jewish Committee,
Brandeis University. United Syna-
gogue of America. Children's Asth-
matic Institute. Technion. Temple
and Synagogue Sisterhoods. OKT,
and the Women's Cancer League
of Miami Beach.
The final coffee will be held on
Tuesday. July 16

MRS. DW'V OPPENHEIM
Frances Lehman
Named Chairman
Frances R. I ehman. who writes
a weekly column for The Jewish
Floridian, has been named chair-
man of the Underprivileged Chil-
dren's Activities Committee of the
Haulover Shark and Tarpon club
01 \ rth Miami Beach
Diana Marks of Miami Beach, a volunteer spendinq the
summer in Israel, clears the neqlected landscape at the
Hadassah Hospital on Mount Scopus. Diana, who lives at
1881 Washinqton Ave., is one of 60 volunteers contributed
Theii services to Hadassah projects.
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Newly elected oflicrrs of the Southeastern
Florida Region cf Women's American ORT
were re~entlv nstalled i^r the cominq year.
Shown (standini f cm left) are: Mrs. Ronald
Yarmaik. Mts. Edward Levinson, Mrs. Harry
Kaiiim-" M- f! -r-"-} c-'-wartz, Mrs. MoTis
Greenbeiq, Mrs. Edward Liqht, Mrs Norman
Morris, Mrs. Ira Kodish, Mrs. Leonard Pecha-
nik. Seated (from left): Mrs Harold Schneid-
er, immediate past president, Mrs. Theodore
Zallas, president, and Mrs. Lou Jacobson.
executive committ*> chairman.
Hadassah Group To Hear Talk By Policewoman
How Women Can Protect and Cral meeting of the Naomi Group
Defend Themselves" will be the : of ,he Mjami Ch of Hadassan
topic of di-Til-;-ion at the Julv sen-
Monday. July 8.
Mrs. Ruth Pitts, a policewoman
with the Miami homicide depart-
ment, will address the group at
8:15 n.m. at the YM-YWHA of
dealer Miami. 8500 SW 8th St.
The group, led by Mrs. Jack
Cohen, president, also plans an
evening of games Thursday. July
18. at the home of Mrs. Robert
Newman, 14520 SW 79th Ave.
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The Menorah Group will sponsor
a games night Tuesday. July 16 at
8 p.m. at Holsum Bakery, 576;
Sunset Dr.
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Mrs. Lena Cc'irn was elected
the n^w resident of the Jew-
ish War Veterans Depart-
ment of Florida Auxiliary at
the organization's recent con-
vention.
Work Of Beach
Poet Printed In
Chicago Tribune
The work of Ruby Fogel, Miami
Beach poet, was included in an
article featuring six outstanding
American poets in a rec< nt Sunday
issue <>f the Chicago Tribune. The
te published her p.....n, "For
Lives That Grow Twisti d "
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North Shore Ladies Auxiliary
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July 28, at Washington Federal
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Annie and Louis Baida are cn-
loying a visit from their son,
Marvin, who is an account execu-
tive with Colpitts Travel Service
i: Philadelphia and who is here
til ;i much-needed vacation. Their
other son, Ted, is home for the
dimmer from the University of
Florida.
*
Janet Schwartz and Monroe
(apian were married last week
[ml in Short Hills, N.J.. with
Monroe's family making the trip
lor the event. Among those at-
lending were Monroe's mother.
iert, Diane and Seymour Gins-
erg Shirley and Sam Greenberg,
Mivia and Jeff Hallet, as well as
jroiher Marshall and Judge and
\rs. Philip Sch'issel Monroe's
lather could not attend because
li. was recuperating in Cedars of
Lebanon Hospital.
*
Rabbi Jonah Caplan, spiritual
ader Of Sky Lake Synagogue,
orth Miami Beach, and execu-
ve VIC* president of the Re-
gions Zionists of Greater Miami.
fft for Israel with Mrs. Caplan
D make an extensive tour of Mi/
chl institutions in the Jewish
late
*
Rabbi and Mrs. David Raab,
fth>> are currently leading a
roup ni Miamians in a tour of
rail and Europe, report all of
ie participants are having
i ighly enjoyable visit to the
(Wish Stale.
\ -u \ isiting Israel for a well-
Billed \acation are Rabbi Her-
ert Baumgard ol Temple Beth
m. and Mrs. Baumgard, who
ere given a farewell reception
j the congregation before their
. ture
\ ither Miamian making the
ip lo Israel is Morris Yanowiti,
ho is being accompanied by
acob Greenstein. While in Israel.
Air Yanowltz will \isit his sister.
achel Peckelman, whom he has
nt -ecu tor 4K years The re-
Dion will be doubly rewarding
i view .>f the wedding this sum-
lei of Mrs. Peckelman's grand-
au .liter. Jennina.
*
Mr. and Mrs. Adolphe Statner
f Miami Beach, are leaving for
IWO month tour of Israel F.n
b) i and I lanada.
Mrs. Ida Spivack .if Miami
leach has also joined the ranks
il pilgrims in the Jewish
and will visit Atlanta and
'hiladelphia on her return from
Ben and Evelyn ciein recently
isited the American Museum of
it. nic Energy in Oak Ridge,
* *
I Judge and Mrs. Milton A. Fried-
lan just returned from a Carlo-
ean cruise on the S S Leonardo
iaVinci. Tiny were celebrating
li. ir 28th wedding anniversarj
tend in addition, the Judge's vic-
tory in the May Democratic Pri-
mary for mc circuit Court judge
ship On the cruise with them,
and also celebrating their 28th
anniversary were Dr. and Mrs.
Harold Rand. When the ship dock
ed at San Juan, the Friedmans
were met by Dr. and Mrs. Charles
Mutter of Miami and Mr. and
Mrs. Max Cole, who were guests
of the Friedmans for dinner on
the ship.
* *
It's a daughter. Kim Nanette,
for the Burton Cooks of 9845 SW
83rd St. The baby weighed in at
Doctor's Hospital, Coral Gables,
at 7 pounds, 5 ounces. Grandpar-
ents are Mr. and Mrs. Nate Cook
of 1515 San Remo. and Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Kandel, 5827 SW 2nd
Ter
*
Fred L. Cohen, son of Mrs.
Jacques Cohen, Sunset Island No.
4. Miami Beach, received his
M.D. degree from the University
of Miami. He will interne at
Michael Reese Hospital in Chi-
cago.
* *
Norma and Harold Abbott re-
cently attended the graduation
of their son. Edward, who was
awarded a Juris Doctor degree
from George Washington I'niver.
jity. Another son. Miles, begins
training at the University of Mi-
ami Medical School, and their
youngest son. Barry, who is pres-
ident of the Student Council at
Miami Palmetto Senior High, has
been accepted at Dartmouth as a
prelaw student.
Joyce Naness, daughter ot Mr.
and Mrs Albert Naness, 103(1 Col
lins Ave., Miami Beach, gradu-
ated with high honors from the
University Ol Florida and will
enter the Universitj of Miami
School ot Medicine in the fall
A recent graduate of Pennsyl-
vania State University is Karena
Fi'hbein, dan .liter cf Dr. and
Mrs. Leo Fishbein 2535 Pine Tree
Dr. Miami Beach She was elect
ed to Phi Beta Kappa and is a
member of the Phi Kappa Phi
honor society
* *
Richard F. Cromer. son Of Mr.
and Mrs. Jasper Cromer and a
graduate Of Miami High School
and Tulane University, received
his Ph D. degree from Harvard.
Nexl fall he will join the faculty
ol the University of London
*
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Kasow
recently returned from Athens,
C.i where the) had attended the
graduation Of their son. Harvey
David, who received his masters
il ree in education and is cur-
rently working towards his doc
torate
* *
Ronald Kronish, son of Rabbi
and Mrs. Leon Kronish, received
a bachelor of arts degree cum
laude from Brandeis University
Also graduating Brandeis were
Stever Edelheit, sun of Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley Edelheit, of Miami
Beach, who received a master of
arts degree, and Leslie Stein,
daughter Of Mr. and Mrs Herman
Stein, of North Miami Beach, who
was awarded a bachelor of arts
degree,
* *
Joel Kornreich, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ben Kornreich, of Miami
Beach, received a bachelor of
science degree in physics from
New York University. Joel is
managing editor of the monthly
magazine. "Jewish Youth." pub-
lished by the National Conference
of Synagogue Youth.
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Robin Zclkowitz, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Zclkowitz,
has been appointed to the dean's
list at New York I'nivers'ty
where she just completed her
freshman year. She is a graduate
of the Hebrew Academy.
Madg* anil Melvin Roserbaum
were honored at a family dinner
at the Carillon Hotel recently in
celebration of their silver wed-
ding anniversary Those present
included their son. Steven, who
recently graduated from Miami-
Dade Junior College and will con-
tinue h;s studies at the Univer-
sity of Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Davidowitz
scheduled a cruise aboard the
Jamaica Queen to celebrate their
44th wedding anniversary. Ac- '
companying the couple are their
children and grandchildren, in-
cluding Rhoda Davidowitz, Mar-
ion and Murray Dronsky, Debra,
Robin and Ricky Dronsky.
* *
A cocktail party was held re-
cently in the home of Drs. Joan
and Joseph Harris of Miami
Beach in honor of Miss Esther
Mashiach, Joan's relative, who is
returning to Israel after a year
of study in Miami.
t *
Miami insurance executive Dan-
iel Cravittof the Cravitt-Kahn
Insurance Agency-will be spend-
ing several week- this summer
around the Mediterranean, where
he is expected to discuss interna-
tional insurance with consultants
from other nations He and his
charming wife, Gloria, will visit
Israel during their overseas busi-
ness trip.
Cindy Blitt, daughter of Judy
and Ira Blitt, 1777 SW 12th St., is
walking on Cloud !> these days.
She is the proud owner of a new
l!H>8 Oldsmobilc Cutlass Supreme
Holiday Coupea uift from dot
iru grandfather. William White-
hornupon her graduation as
Valedictorian from the Hebrew
High School of the Bureau of Jew
ish Education. She also won the
Matilda Ratner Award for the
outstanding student in the class.

The 29'ers, the famed group of
affluent bachelors, will be al Mt
Sinai Hospital July H when they
will be guests of the Ml Sinai
nurse- at a pizza patio party.
Before the Ben Cleins left for
Atlanta for their annual Jacobs
family reunion, they had quite a
familj reunion ol their own here
in Miami Their daughter, Judi
Styron, and husband. David, have
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Gibber-Slay
Lesley Slay and Harold Gibber
were married by Rabbi Joseph
Narot Sunday. June 30. at the
1 Eden Roc Hotel.
The new Mrs. (Jibber is a gradu-
ate of Miami Beach High bCDOol
and Miami Da li- Junior College.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
' Gottlieb, 5055 Collins Ave., Miami
; Beach, and Sidney Slay. St. Lous.
Mo., she al-o attended Park Col-
lege Parkvillc. Mo and the Uni-
versity of Miami.
Mr. Gibber, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Marvin Gibber of Huntington
Station. L.I N.Y., is a gia mate
of Florida Atlantic University and
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Mehlman-Gordon
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Harris Mehl
lan were married Saturday, June
p. at the Diplomat Country Club
Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz.
[Thi' former Deena Lynn Gordon.
Irs. Mehlman is the daughter of
|r. and Mrs. Julius Gordon, 75
174th Dr. She is a graduate of
orth Miami High School and the
Diversity of Miami. She plans to
ach school in the fall.
[The groom, son of Dr. and Mrs.
fcseph Mehlman of Miami Beach
d Brooklyn, N.Y., is also a grad-
ate of the University of Miami.
chose Gary Mehlman as his
st man; ushers were David Gor-
pn. Larry Seigel and Tony Bon-
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[The bride wore a gown of peau
soie and Alencon lace with an
fhne skirt and a cathedral train
Smmed with lace and pearl ap-
lique-. She carried a nosegay of
hite roses and phalaenopsis or-
hids. She chose her sister. Harriet
ordon. as maid of honor. Brides-
maids included Ronnie Kouchel.
ynthia Garber. Margi Colen and
leryl Bonell.
After a trip to Mexico, the Mehl
tans will live at 1865 79th St.
wy Miami Beach.
WeriiiT-Knhn
Mm. MMtIO KOSlSfUD
and Mrs Morris Rosenfeld. 1662
Lincoln Ct.. Miami Beach, also
graduated from Miami Beach High
School and attends Miami Dade
Junior College.
Mrs. Zenaida Habif was matron
of honor to the bride, who wore a
candlelight cage style gown of
English net and reembroidered
Alencon lace and carried a colonial
style bouquet of sweetheart roses,
lily-of-the-valley and carnations.
Bridesmaids were Belle Zclonker.
Mary Niven, Aida Prashnik. Nancy
Gorodesky. Guilda Rubenstein and
Mrs. Diana Egozi.
Best man was Alex Gimelstein,
while Louis Stabinsky. John Niven.
John Vasherstein, Abe Tuchman,
Isaac Blank and Louis Egozi were
ushers. Junior bridesmaid was Amy
Kleinman; Samuel Olchyk was
junior usher and Marvin Finkel-
,-tein was ring bearer.
Rosenfeld-Gimelstein
Selma Gimelstein and Mario
>senfeld were married Sunday.
ne! 0 a: Temple Emanu El. with
ibbi Irving 1 ehrman conducting
i' rit. The newly weds are honey-
Doning in New York and Puerto
ico.
Mr and Mis Zelick Gimelstein,
1 16th St.. Miami Beach, are the
Irent- of the bride, who graduate I
m Miami Beach High School
fc'l attends Miami-Dade Junior
)lle.< The groom, the son cl Mr
Elinore Feldman
Is Engaged To
Stepheti Penner
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Feldman,
7327 East Dr.. Harbor Island, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Elinore Anne, to Stephen
M Penner, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Myron Penner of Youngstown, O.
Miss Feldman. a graduate of
Miami Beach High School and of
Sophie Neweomb College in New
Orleans, spent her junior year at
the University of Madrid. Spain.
Mr. Penner. who is an alumnus
of Miami University, Oxford, O..
and received an MBA. decree
from <>hio State University, is a
securities analyst. He was a lieu-
tenant in the U.S. Marine Corps
\ September wedding is being
ned
Werner Kalii
MM. HAROLD GIBBIK
attended Penn State University.
He is presently a teacher-counselor
for the Dade County school system, i
Tne brides old-fashioned bridal
gown was egg-shell color and she '
carried three sterling roses with I
purple ribbon streamers. Attend- I
ing her sister during the ceremony >
was Mrs. Michael Orgel. matron
of honor. Bridesmaids included
Heidi Morse. Patty Boren. Bonnie
Cypen and Lauren Gibber. Best
man was Michael Duckman; Eddie
Reisman, Frank Hanley, Wilber
Hansei and Steve Cassel ushered.
Rflffly
Time
Wm Rent
Chairs Chinaware
Tables Silverware
linens Glassware
Bars Tents
Dance Floors
MIAMI'S MIGEST SUPMl*
or pmty [QuirmiNT
complete
rtntal and salts
service
I have received questions run-
ning the full gamut Of fa ihion
from several ol mj rt aders.
Mis. A David Shapiro heard
about a new silk-like synthetic
fabric. We checked it out and
found it was developed by duPont
but they arc maintaining a "no
comment"' policy until they are
ready to make their own an-
nouncement, probably thi- fall.
The fabric is a nvlon with silk-
like properties and is supposed
to be as near as po-sible to the
real thing. Paris couture houses
are currently experimenting with
it and the Italian couturiers are
next in line for delivery of >am-
ples. Most of the designers who
have used it feel it has great
value.
Another important fabric note
is the use of synthetic leather-
like fabrics. Mrs. Shapiro asked
why they have suddenly become
so popular. It is because supplies
of the genuine article are tight,
prices are going up. and some
of the synthetics are SO good they
really challenge leather in looks.
They can be cut like ordinary
fabrics, upkeep costs are low, and
the nrice is lower than leather.
These new fabrics are light in
weight, and feature a dull, an-
tique finish.
Mrs. JcAnn Long's inquiry was
about the colored moisturizing
bases. Mauve, apricot, and green
tints are now on the cosmetic
counters. The theory behind the
tinted moisturizer is that it can
neutralize your skin tone so you
can have greater flexibility in se-
lecting a colored base. The mint
green is to tone down ruddiness,
the apricot brightens drabness.
and 'he mam is to warm up
sallow complexion
Mrs Long asked if these
would show 'hrough 'he skin t^n-
base. According to the manufac-
turer they do not produce green,
apricot or mauve face-, but In
create a different base tone I i
variety in make-up selection if,
thii nrotective lotion is appliel
before any of the other cosmetic
preparations.
Mrs. Dodie Brice was concern
ed about Balenciaga closing his
couture house in Paris. Every
major designer in the world, er
cept Chanel, wa- influenced bv
Balenciaga and some of the most
important have copied him Mr,
Brice couldn't understand why
his business deteriorated to the
point of closing.
Balenciaga alienated the press
. and this cost him many
clients His great contribution hi
fashion was that he knew how fr>
streamline women over 40. How
ever, in the past few years hs
clothes have been too reserved,
too studied, too middle aged, and
too constructed. His perfume
business is still making money,
but at the age of 73 he decided
he was losing too much money
in his couture house. Mrs. Brio:-
was consoled by the fact that his
silhouettes and perfection of con-
struction may be carried on by
Ramon Esparza. the young Span
i-h assistant who has the bles.v
ingl of Balenciaga in starting bis
own house.
After our European Fashi't
Tour is completed there will be
many more items of fashion im-
portance to relay to you.
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Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bernard
Levinson are honeymooning in
Mexico following their marriage
ceremony Sunday. June 30, at the
Dupont Pla/a Hotel. Rabbi Alfrci
Waxman officiated.
The bride, the former Gail Ann
i Lebar. is the daughter of Mr. and
, Mrs. Morton Lebar. 231 S\V 63rd
Ct. She is a graduate of Miami
1 Dade Junior College, where she
! was a member of Kappa Omega
j Social Sorority.
Mr. and Mrs. Courtney Levinson.
I 1029 Obispo Ave., Coral Gables.
are the parents of the groom, who
I graduated cum laude fro.n the
University of Miami. He was a
member of Zeta Beta Tau Social
Fraternity and Phi Eta Sigma and
Beta Gama Sigma Honoraries.
The new Mrs. Levinson. who was
wearing a cage gown of clipped
' lace with a reembroidered beaded
bodice and sleeves, was attended
by her sister, Michelle Lebar, maid
of honor, and bridesmaid- Mr-
Frank Adam-. Olivia Hall. Eileen
Schulman, Nancy Emerson and
Mrs. Bruce Class
Richard Grundstein served as his
I brother-in-law's best man. while
Neal Lebar, David Hoffman, Bruce
Class. Burton Leibowitz and Stevi
I Brody ushered.
PLANNING THAT SPECIAL EVENT?
your choice of music may be the determining
factor in contributing to its success.
Accepting a limited number of engagements
WILLIAM "BILLY" BELLACK
and
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+Je*ist rhrkJiairi
Friday. July 5. 1968
Recently installed new officers of the Crystal
Chapter. Asthmatic Children's Foundation of
Florida, are 'seated lft to riaht): Mrs. Bettv
Harr. vice president; Mrs. Albert Hochberq.
president; Mrs. Joseph Win'telman, outqoina
president; Mrs. Israel Friedman, financial
secretarv; Mrs. Sidnev Gntber. vice Dresi-
dent. Standinq (left to riqht' are board memb-
ers Mrs. Anne Golub and Mrs. Barnev
Brainum; Mrs. Michael Stecklofi. corresoond-
irq secretarv; Mrs. Svlvan Lazarus, hospi-
tality chairman; Mrs. I. Wallv S;aal. board
member; and Mrs. Herman Oberman. social
secretarv.
Items Of Interest
Rabbi Isaac Hirsh Ever, spiritual leader of the Agudath Israel
Hebrew Institute. ha> been listed in the Royal Blue Book published in
London, international register of contemporary society Dr. Albert
Schwartz, of the Miami-Dade Junior College biology faculty, ha- been
named a research associate in the section of Amphibians and Reptiles
of the Carnegie Museum Or, Herbert Kati, Hialeah demist, has
been named "Outstanding Denti>t of the Year"' by the Florida State
Dental Society.
Bernard Resnick. president of the Shower of Stars hoel sroup
and Arthur Bant of the Sea I-le Hotel have been awarded the Certificate
of Appreciation for Patriotic Civilian Service by the U.S. Army .
L. A Baker, g.neral manager of the Miami Beach Chamber of Com-
merce, has been named president-elect of the Florida Chamoer of
Commerce Executives Raymond J. Blair ha> been appointed di-
rector of public relations of National Airline-
Sam "Rosie" Rosenthal of Miami Beach has joined the executive
staff of Rive:- M mortal Chapels A former New Yorker, ho 1- the
brother of the late Charles Rosenthal, who founded the funeral home
i -anization ... Art (Villasi Brurs 1- franchising a Japanese Svak
House operation in Los Angeles Robert B. Martin has been ap-
pointed vice pre-ident and station manager for WVCG and WYOR-FM.
Harold Zeeman, president of the Pan American Hospitality Kxpn
- two, has announced that thi- year's Expo will he held Oct. 6-8 at the
Miami Beach Convention Hall Gene R. LaNier, former Boy Scout
executive. ha> joined the Coral Gables public relations firm of Everett
A. Clay and As-ociates Milton Gaynor, -enior vice president of
Washington Federal Savings and Loan Association, has been appointed
to the Small Bu-iness Advisory Council of Miami L. B. Maytag,
pre-ident of National An lines, has been elected a director of the
Chamber of Commerce of the United States.
Penny Jane Bruns, daughter of Art Brons of Miami Spn:
i* planning a fall marriaae with Alan Bartol of Coconut Grove Penny.
- with National Airlines, and Alan, a pilot with NAL, have
: for the pa-t two year- Beverlye Keusch has
beer. r< i lected chairman of the City of Miami Beach Public Relations
Advis 'p. i'. iard.
Samuel B. Shapiro of M:ami Beach has been appointed regional
rman of the International Conference on General Semantic- to !><
hold at Dei\. I 5-9 Michael Cowan, n gistered representative
with Hirsch and Co., is stock market analy.-t for WOCN Radio
Wolf Muller, owner and operator of the Shore Club Hotel of Miami
Be..ch. ha- been named chairman of the Shower of Star- hotel gro ip
Larry J. Paskow, chairman of the board r.f the Miami National
Bank, ami Rubin Zerlin, president, have announo- -he appointment o!
Robert J. Grazier a- -on;or vice president and cashier Milton
Margulis o< 'ho Allen Chemical Compaiu Miami, attended the Inter-
national Sanitary Sapply Associations board of directors meetin" in
Chicago George Vickery Associates has been chosen to implement
a. public relation- program for the Southern Florida Hotel and Motel
Association
Fidelity and Guarant} Life In-urance Company has conferred upon
Albert H. Kahn ol C'ravif-Kahn Insurance Agency. Miami, the hon-
orary designation of -group millionaire" Jack F. May ha- been
appointed Customer Relation- Officer of the County National Bank of
North Miami Beach, according to an announcement t C. Edward
Kettle, president Mrs. Carl Lile Beeber, a vice president of Atico
Financial Corporation, is the new president of the Mortgage Bankers
Association of Greater Miami.
El Baturro, the Spanish restaurant popular with both the American
and Latin dining public, has opened its new cocktail lounge. Situated
at 2322 NYV 7th St.. the ro-taurant is open daily from 11 30 a m. to
11 p.m with "paella valenciana" as the specialty of the house .
The Dade Paper Company ha- been appointed a distibutor for EltCO
Packaging, a division of Ekco Products. Inc.. which offers disposable
pan pack- for volume institutional feeding
LLJEAN AI1S TAMCO BOUSE
1600 N.W. 7th Ct. 1545 N.W. 8th Ave.
Designed for the convenience of Medical and Professional Clientele
One and two bedroom furnished apartments
Individual air-conditioning and heating
All electric utilities
Swimming fool Patio Laundry Facilities
Walking distance to Jackson Memorial Veterans
and Cedar of Lebanon Hospitals
Apply: MANAGER, TAMCO HOUSE, Apt. Ill
er phone for further information
374-1473
Deauville Offers
Broadway Shows
The Cavalcade of Broadway mu-
sical comedies currently being pre-
sented in the Ca-anova Room of the
Deauville Hotel, features "'Sweet
Charity" and "Funny Girl'" being
shown in alternate weeks.
Each show runs from Saturday
"hrough Thursday with "Sweet
Charity" starting its weeklong runs
on July 6 and 20. and Aug. 3.
17 and 31. '"Funny Girl"' is starting
it- weeklong performances on July
13 and 27. and Aug. 10 and 24.
Curtain time is 8 p.m. except
'or Saturdav-. when the curtain
> up at 8:30 p.m Both shows
are open to the public as dinner
shows with dinner Starting at
tS 99
Alan B. Kessler of Miami,
president of the nationwide
Dutch Inns of America motel
chain, has been named "Man
cf the Year" bv Hospitality
Maaczine, hotelmctel trade
rv'b'i.-rrtion.
Graphic Advertising
Names Senior V.P.
F.dward Einhorn. a Palm Island
resident, has been named senior
vice president
and plans board
member of
Graphic Adver-
tising. Inc.. it
was announced
by the agency's
president. Sey-
mour Gerber.
Mr Einhorn
his adver-
tising career at
t h e Worthing-
Corp. He subse-
quently headed
hi- own 1 ir.n for 10 year- and hold
executive posts with several 4A
agencies. His last po-ition in Now
York was vice president of Friend
Itoi-s Advertising. He attended and
taught advertising and public re-
lations at Queens College. N.Y.
His wife. Joan, is a former con-
cert pianist. Thev have six chil-
dren and four grandchildren
Idward tinhorn
HERBERT ROTHENBERG has
been elected president of the Na-
tional Federation of Jewish Men's
Clubs.
E0P Official Is Speaker
"How Urban Violence Can Be
Prevented" will be the topic dis-
cussed by Phil Johnson, Neighbor
hood Services Coordinator of the
Dade County Economic Opportu
nitjr Program al an open meeting
of the newiy organised North Dado
American Jewish Congress Couples
Group, which will take place at H
pm. Sunda\. at the homo of Mr
and Mrs. Joseph I. Yanich. 12680
\K Miami Ct., North Miami.
Jan Peerce To
Head Program
Motropolitan Opor star Jan
Peerce will head the program of
the fourth "Pop-' concert of the
Miami Beach Symphouj Orchestra
at 8:15 p.m. Sunday at the Miami
Beach auditorium
Barnett Breeskin. conductor of
the orchestra i- also bringing Miss
Rose Byrum, internationally knm> n
soprano, who will sing several
duets with Mr. Peerce.
Tots To Toddle
Tots and toddlen to the auo Ol
six will strut their charms and
dimples at the annual Babv Pa
rado at 1 p m. Saturday, at Lin-
coln Road Mall and Euclid Ave.
Open to the public, the free
event i- sponsored by the Lincoln
Road Merchant'- Guild in associa-
tion with the Miami Beach Tourist
Development Authority's "lied.
White and Blue Weekend" bright-
eninu the .lu'y 4th festivities,
Rabbi Alexcnder S. Gross,
principal of the Hebrew Aca-
demy cf Gerater Miami, has
been elected South Atlcntic
States Reaicnal chairman of
the National Conference of
Voch'VT P'in-~icals.
THE LiMON TREE
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Phone: 446-3927
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Pace 11-B
PORT
ST. .IOII\
2 LOTS
Free and Clear Valued at
$3,600
will take
$2,000 CASH
Phone 624-0243
1305 N W. 182nd St.,.Miami. Fla.
WAVT TO BE NEAREST THE
COURTHOUSE? i
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We're right across the street
1 or 2 man offices available in
the 97% occupied
CONCORD BUILDING I
CALL
Bertram Goldsmith, Jr. 379-1054 I
WALTER ETUNG COMPANY {
REALTOR
A BEAUTY
SUPERB 4 bedroom 3 bath, De-
luxe Rancher on 2 acre estate,
near University of Miami. Price
$55,000. Don't miss this beauty!
For details call Mr. Crocker. Res.
887-8430.
KEYES CO.-43rd YEAR
REALTORS
357 Miracle Mile 443-7423
FLORIDA
COAST
WEST
. 2 WATERFRONT LOTS IN BEAUTIFUL
WOODLAND ESTATES
CRYSTAL R'VER, FLORIDA
. r
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" Suitable for permanent or vacation
I home $2,500 each or both for)
{$4,S00. After 5 p.m. phone Miami I
271-8090.
I !
LUCAYA-FREEPORT
GRAND BAHAMA ISLAND
A Golden Investment opportunity!
V.I.P. land Inspection tour. 2 days
1 Nite $60 a Couple.
See For Yourself
TROPIC PROPERTIES,
Realtor
157 GIRAIDA
Phone 444-7429
.\ I ?-.-. !.;.. is SO 5.1 i
.
INVESTORS
For Golf Course To Be Built
IN NORTH DADE
A1S0
COMMERCIALLY ZONED HIGHWAY
FRONTAGE LESS THAN PRICE OF
LOT. NEAR U.S. 1 N. DADE
SASLAW REALTOR
Phone 949-9336
30 Unit Resort Motel
Prime location on the Gold Coast -
close to all shopping & Recreational
Activities.
Cash flow before depreciation
shows 35% on $50,000 investment.
Owner financing available. This
property merits your immediate
consideration.
CALL J. A. GORDON
565 9303, EVES 941-4033
IRELAND REALTY, INC. REALTORS
3032 E. COMMERCIAL BLVD.
FT. LAUDEitDALE
NOW LEASING
FURN UNFURN.
1 or 2 Bedrooms. Spacious, modern
apts. Swimminq pool, tennis court,
putting arson, shuffle board, boat
dock. 10 minutes to downtown.
BAY PARK TOWERS
Phone: 373-3104
High Pinelond near Dade's new
Jetport Impact area. Have your
own weekend cottage neor the
best hunting, fresh and salt water
fishing in South Florida. $995, full
price. $25 month.
5 ACRES
NOAH HUE, BROKER
696-6631 Anytime
SKYLAKE
WATERFRONT POOL
ACCESS TO OCEAN
3 Bedroom, 2 Bath. 2 Car Carport
Open Florida Living
Walk to St. Lawrence Church,
School and Temple.
VIOLET COLE
REALTY, REALTOR
1555 N.E. 164th St.
North Miami Beach
Phone 949-8144
Northwest Miami Home
HUGE STONE FIREPLACE
1 3 Bedroom 2 Bath CBS arranged
around interior garden room, large
screened patio, 2 car garage, lush
1 tropical qordon, sprinkling system.
1 S71 500. FHA: $3400 Down. Owner
1 No agents.
Phone 621-7832
87 ACRES
WITH over 3,000' of lake frontage
in Polk County. Suitable for camp-
site or mobile homes. 1,320' front-
age on US 27.
SYDNIE EDER, REALTOR
Phone 688-8841
INVEST IN FLORIDA LAND
DIVERSIFY YOUR HOLDINGS
NOW
FREE BROCHURE
80 Acres Bordering Everglades
National Park. Strategic location.
S300 An Acre. Tot.il Price $24,000
Lots in North florida on
County Road. S500 Each.
TOM MURRAY, BROKER
1888 S.W. 1st Street
Phone 371-3779
WE NEED
I DOCTORS, DENTISTS, SPECIALISTS,;
l EXECS for rapid growth area.
YOU NEED
|Thc Westland Professional Bldg.1
.30,000 sq ft. of new, modern office!
'Space. Tenant designed. East ofj
'Burdine's Wcstland 1490 W. 49 PI.
(Salesman on premises Tues. Thurs.j
j3 to 7 p.m. Wed., Fri. 2 to 6 p.m.
KEYES CO 43rd YEAR
860 E. 25 ST. Realtors 691 4820'
HIALEAH LAKEFRONT
CUSTOM built 1-year new, lovely
spacious 3 bedroom, 2 oaths, formal
dining room, family room 32'
screened porch, garage, air. cond.,
heat, carpeting. Substantial cash
equity and assume 6'''- mortgage
with about S220 monthly.
SARAH PEARSON, Broker
Phone 821-0322
BRFFZE
swept
180 N.E. 132nd TERRACE
Choice, spacious 3 Bedroom 2 Bath,
Eat-in Kitchen, Carage, Vacant.
Asking i22,000
VIOLET COLE
REALTY, REALTOR
1 535 N.E. 164th STREET
NORTH MIAM< BEACH
Phone 949-8144
SO UNIT MOTEL
ON MAIN HIGHWAY
ONLY $80,000 DOWN
Owner will take 1st mortgage
GROSSES $75,000 YEARLY
WM. B. RUSSELL,
REALTOR
Phone 443-6010
MIAMI SHORES
HOME
EXECUTIVE Home. 4 larg- bed-J
I rooms. 3 baths. 16 closets, 2 built- i
I in ovens. Upright freezer, upright "
I refrigerator freezer comb. dish-|
I washer garbage disposal, central i
j heat and air. 2 car garage with :
electric eye. Enclosed pool 32"x18' j" I
| yard completely frnced. Priced in|
ow $50's. Call for appointment. |
IIOVI
PL
B. WISE
76 APTS.
S200,000 DOWN
19% CASH
B. WISE REALTY
1220 S. MIAM1 AVENUE
Phone 305 371-6795
1-9051.
BEAT INFLATION
80 ACRES
Near Homestead Airport
$1650 PER ACRE
Good Terms
EDRIS BREAUX, BROKER
65 N.W. 9 St., Hor.estead
247-1781 or 247-5959
Ro-Mont Gardens
Condominium
15 N.W. 204 Street
Miami, Florida
BEAUTIFUL 2 bedroom 1 bath 2nd
floor Apt. Windows on 3 sides,
walk-in closets, completely carpet-
ed and draped. Directly across from
pool and recreation area, 7 months
old. $14,500. 621-3088, Apt. 28.
INVESTMENT ACREAGE
NEAR DISNEYLAND
tASY ACCUS
GOOD DRAINAGE
PRIVATE OWNER
Phone 944-2585
Coraf Gables
South Miami &
Suburban South Miami
We hove a selection of anything
you need. 3, 4, 5 bedroom homes
... the hottest buys in town!
CALL ROSE NADU
STEVE HESSEN, REALTOR
7390 Red Road, S. Miami
Phone 661-1623
'r&fEjfP/TzjTifTzr........................
SOUTH MIAMI
SUBURBAN
BY OWNER $29,000 Screened Pool
covered patio, eastern exposure. 3
bedroom 2 bath, huge 24x24 family
room, built-ins, Air-cond. acre
lot, trees, carpeting plantation
shutters. Available mid July. 15615
SW 85 Ave. Please call owner, at
238-1524
BRAND NEW BEAUTY
8620 S.W. 103 STREET
CONTEMPORARY split bedroom ar-
rangement. I 2 Acre, central air-
heat, 2,500 Sq. Ft., foyer entrance,
huge family room. Best buy in
Dadeland, under $30,000. S3500
Down. Owner broker 693-2631.
MONTICELLO, NEW YORK
BUNGALOW COLONY
$140,000 EQUITY
SEASONAL INCOME
$35,000. WANT UNITS IN FLORIDA
STAR REAITY, RFALTOR
2416 N.W. 79h STREET
Phone 691-5093
FOR SALE
12 DUPLEXES
1-4 UNIT
221-3621
1 ACRE 5 MILES NORTH
OF HOMESTEAD
$50 DOWN & $50 MONTH
TOTAL PRICE $2 750
MILDRED COX, BROKER
CALL 271-0569
LAKE PLACID
LAKEVIEW or waterfront lots at
Lake Placid, Fla. No qualifying $20
down, $20 month. Invest or build.
Daily and week-end trips to lake.
GULFSTREAM PROPERTIES
947-4460 Dade or
943-6050 Broward.
10% RETURN
TO INVESTORS
$4,000 10. 2nd Mtge $60 Mo.
S45.000 1st 10o $570 Mo.
$14,500-2nd 10*. $150 Mo.
We have many 1st and 2nd Mtges.
Yeilding 10%
SI,000 to $200,000. Cal Mel Haber
to discuss your investment needs.
GUARDIAN MTG.
Phone 374-1761
Security Trust Bldg.
Do you own property that can be developed for High-
Rise or Multi-Complex Apartments, Commercial or In-
dustrial Buildings? Our firm will design, engineer,
build and manage your properties. We will also design,
engineer, build and lease back buildings for approved
clients. Mortgage money is available. Deal with a firm
that has experience in turn-key operations.
CONTACT -
George Wuagneux
Hollywood, Florida
927-9722
FOR SALE
FT. LAUDERDALE
MODERN OFFICE BLDG.
9 '/2% PLUS
AMORTIZATION
Return Potential Upwards 25'
$55,000 Cash Required
23 Offices, 4 Stores
Off Street Parking
Walking Distance To Court House
E. ANDERMANN ASSOC.
Eves. 923-5684
TOWN & SHORE
PROPERTIES, REALTOR
2119 Hollywood Blvd.
Phone 923-2417
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
BEAUTY SALON
RETIR'NG
Established 15 Years
3 OPERATORS
Near Coral Gables
Call HI 6 1039
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Friday, July 5, 19
J^ar JHitzvalt
Harry Gutfreurvd
Harry Herman, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Fritz Gutfreund. will become
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. July 6.
al Temple Emanu-El.
Harry has completed the sev-
i "ih grade of school. He is an out-
standing painter and wood-carver
;md a good all around student.
The celebrant will be honored
" I reception in the Ballroom of
the Temple immediately following
the worship service.
*
Elliot Rifkin
Elliot, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mur-
ray Rifkin, will be called to the
Torah as a Bar Mitzvah at the 11
:i m. services on Saturday. July 6.
;d Temple Sinai of North Dade at
Washington Federal Auditorium.
t-99 NE 167th St., North Miami
Beach.
Elliot is entering the eighth
^rade at John F. Kennedy Junior
"High School, where he plays clari-
net in the school band, and is a
-ludent at Temple Sinai Religious
School.
A reception in hi? honor will be
tfiven bv his parents at the Algiers
Hotel.

Robert Shayman
Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs
Thillip Shayman, will be called
to the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah Sat-
urday morning. Julv 6. at Temple
Zton.
Robert is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Glades Junior High School
and a member of the school band.
He has been a student in the Tem-
ple Zion Religious School for the
past four years.
Mr. and Mrs. Shayman will host
the Kiddush following the services
ind a reception and dinner at the
Seville Hotel, with guests from
New York and Georgia, in honor
if the celebrant.
Robert is the grandson of Mr.
and Mrs. H. Shayman of New-
York.
Steven Scherker
On Saturday. July 6. Steven, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Leo* Scherker.
1815 S\V 85th Ave.. will become
Bar Mitzvah at the 8:30 am. serv-
ices at Temple Or Olom.
Steven is an eighth grade stu-
dent at West Miami Junior High
School, where he plays clarinet in
the school concert band. He also
plays the piano. He is a member
of the Temple choir and is pledge
master of Phi Pi at the YMHA.
Among the guests expected are
the celebrant's maternal grand-
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Sholin.
his paternal grandmother, Mrs.
Rose Scherker. and his great aunt
and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Sol Scher-
ker. ail of New York City; and an-
other great aunt and uncle, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Scherker of Ft. Lee. N ,1
Steven's parents will host the
Oneg Shabbat immediately follow-
ing the Friday night services and
the Kiddush following the Satur-
day morning services. A reception
will be held after the Saturday
morning services in the Benjamin
Waldman Hall. Temple Or Olom.
6=
Mr$. Abramt
Goodwill Industries Is
Cited For Achievement
Goodwill Industries of South
Florida has received an award pre-
sented by Goodwill Industries of
America for outstanding achieve-
ment. The Miami organization ac-
cepted the honor at the national
assembly of the group in Denver.
Colo.
The award was given in recog-
nition of ^n 111 percent gain in
service to handicapped people dur-
ing 1967 made bv the local plant,
200 S. Miami Ave. Achievement
awards are presented annually.
Mrs. Abrams Is
With Keyes Realty
Mrs. Abba Abrams. formerly of
New York, is now associated i*h
the Keyes Co,
Realtors, in the
Miami Beach
Office at 11)7
Lincoln Rd.
Mrs. Abrams
was associated
; David
Sarnoff when he
was president of
Radio Corpora-
tion of Amer-
ica. She also
conducted a ra-
dio program in
New York City as a featured news
commentator and analyst on world
affairs.
Known throughout the country as
a national speaker for the I'nited
Jewish Appeal, she has appeared
in some 300 cities on behalf of
rescue and rehabilitation of Euro-
pean and African Jewry.
Mrs. Abrams has addressed a
number of groups in the Miami
area, including Miami Beach. Hol-
lywood and Coral Gables. She was
the guest speaker at the special
function honoring Jennie Gros-
singer in "This is Your Life" pro-
gram.
Financiers Group
Elects Officers
Lee B. Sorgie has I.....n eh 11 I
president of the South Fiords So
ciety of Controllers an I F nancial
Officers of Savings Institutions,
Mr. Sorgie, ;>n attorney and vet-
eran officer i>t the savin and
man industry, is treasurer of Flag-
ler Federal Savings and Loan As-
sociation.
.\l-.i elected at the S< i '. ri
cent meeting in Fre< ;
Clara Day of Home Federal Sav-
ings and Loan Association of Holly-
wood, vice president; << Marshall
Labuzan, Jr., of Greater Miami
Federal Savings and Loan \- oci-
ation, secretary; and Joseph 0,
Tubb of Citizens Federal S
and Loan Association of Hiali il
treasurer.
MARTIN EDELSTON. general
manager of Commentary ma 'a7;ne.
has been elected president Of the
Association of Jewish Book I'ub-
lishers.
COtONEl SHOTSY'S
ISRAELI
FRIED CHICKEN
FtI CHICKEN SOW
(IT CO'JLDN T HURT
Eat and Enjoy
2nd St. and Collins Ave.
Open 10:30 a.m. ta 9:00 a.m.
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PAELLA ARROZ CON POLLO FLAN
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\ ets Eligible For
Aid UnderG.1.BM
Florida veterans who havi
pted for college- this fal
v immediately to the \ .
Administration Office at "
l-t Ave.. to make arrangement)
for benefits available to !,,.,
under the G.I. Bill, accord i
i" W Bogga, officer in char n(
the Miami VA Office
Mr Boggl points out that vet-
eran! with more than 180 cla\.(,,n.
t minus military service, with any
part of the time after Jan. 31. I
are eligible for monthly allow!
ances of SKiO or more.
1 1 BET YOU
1 1 DIDN'T KNOW
1 By FRED SANDIER
mays j
BRING THIS AD AND RECEIVE A
COMPLIMENTARY GLASS OF WINE
JULY 4th 5th & 6th
IMPORTED BEER
COMPLETE WINE CELLAR
OPEN DAILY 11:30 A.M. TIL MIDNIGHT
SUNDAY 12:00 NOON TIL 9 P.M.
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have itnt fun with How
can a team f et three triples end
three singlet in ene inning, end
still not scare run? Answ-
er: First two men trifle and are
out et Hie plate trying Hr an
inside rhe-pork homer Neit
man triples end stays at third
. hVxt rare me* get infield
singles with the runner heMing
third Lost own smocks a
around ball that hits renner
geing from first ta second .
Batter gets credit far a hit, but
runner is out, making three
triples, three singles, three outs
. and no runs!
Did you know there used to be
big league baseball teams with
the nicknames of "Spiders".
"Bees" and "Blue Joys" .
Do you know which teams had
these names? "Spiders" was
the early nickname lor Cleve-
land's team The Braves
were known as "Bees" in the
1930s ... And the Phillies
changed their name to "Blue
Jays" at one time in the 1940s.
Do you have ony idea what was
the smallest city ever to hove
a big league baseball team?
. Answer is Troy, N. 1.
. Troy was in the Notional
league from 1179 to 1882.
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METROPOUTAN INSURANCE
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Friday. Julv 5, 1968
vJeHisli noridfiair
Paqe 13-B
\AJhctt s \mm*ookin
9
By ROSALIND S. ZUNSER
New York's Lower East Side is where most Jewish emi-
grants were herded during the eighties and nineties of the last
century. It is adioined on the west by Little Italy and on the
south, by Chinatown, Once the feeling of living among strangers
was overcome, our resourcesful mothers began to borrow culi-
nary ideas from those neighbors as well as from the German
and Hungarian enclaves which likewise bordered their domain.
To be sure, these neighbors inturn borrowed some of ours in
fair exchange. Those which we took were, of course, adapted to
a Kosher cuisine. One such dish, at first approached with trepi-
dationChicken Chow Meinbecame a favorite. Now there is
even a Chinese Kosher Cookbook on the market.
CHICKEN CHOW MEIN
2 cups chicken soup
2 table poons cornstarch
3 tablespoons soy sauce
1 teaspoon paprika
1 can chow mein noodles
crisped in oven (optional!
1 lb rice, boiled
Toasted almonds (optional)
1 +5 lb. chicken, Gtewed
2 uble-poons oil or
chicken fat
|l'. cups sliced onions
2 cups sliced celery
'. lb. mushrooms, sliced
!. cup minced seallions
(optional)
1 can hean sprouts (optional)
Saute vegetables except bean sprouts lightly in oil about two
nutes. Dilute cornstarch in 2 cup- of chicken stock, add to
b ive and cook until it thickens. Add 2 lower quarters and 1
pper quarter of chicken cut into one-inch cubes, soy sauce and
can sprouts and cook for one minute. Stir thoroughly and serve
ver hoi boiled rice. Garnish with the white meat of the fourth
uarter of chicken cut into strips, crisp fried noodles and chopped
asted blanched almonds.
In Vienna where veal is extensively used, a veal cutlet is
onsidered a super-dish. In choosing a cut of meat for this dish.
(lease remember that the whiteness of veal Is considered a
ign of good quality. Do not camouflage the delicate taste of
eal with strong flavored vegetables. Use asparagus, green
mas. peas, lettuce or new potatoes.
BREADED VEAL CUTLETS
3 lbs. veal cutlets
Flour
3 eggs
h teaspoon salt
Breadcrumbs
Fat or margarine or oil
for frying
* lbs. fresh green peas
ft: lbs. new potatoes
Water to cover
Salt and pepper to taste
1 4 lb. pullet
cup flour
A teaspoon salt
2 teaspoons paprika (sweet)
2 onions, minced
HAROLD PONT and IRVIN GORDON
GOKIIOX and I'OVI
KOSHER CATERERS
from hore d'oeuvree to a complete buffot
170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 4-2455
Under the itrlct eupervieion of the Uniteo Kaeh, ua Aaaocation af
Greater MiamiSupervielng Rabbi: Rabbi Abraham J Safra.
OPEN HOUSE WEDDINGS BAK HIT1VAHS RlCfPTIONS
"liSaks, Goldberg; Represent Dade Pharmacists Unit
Ben Saks, president of the South- Phi International Pharmaceutical nity, following recent action in
east Florida Pharmaceutical As- Fraternity at the organization's chartering the newest chapter in.
. ... Wth annual convention Juh 14 to San Juan. Puerto Rico
sociation. and I-adore Goldberg of 19 at Grossinge|. N y
Hollywood will represent the South Sessions will be conducted by
Delegations will discuss further Ascher B. Kauftman of I'hiladel-
Flonda Alumni Chapter of Rho Pi internationalization of the frater- I phia, supreme councillor.
In a paper bag put one cup flour, ls teaspoon salt and li tea-
poon garlic powder Add l cutlet at a time, close the bag and
ihiike. Combine eggs with Mi teaspoon salt and beat well. Dip
utlets (one at a time* in well-beaten eggs, then in breadcrumbs
r matzoh meal. Refrigerate Hi hour before frying. Put waxed
aper between layers of cutlets. Brown on both sides. Do not
rowd pan. Put in slow oven until all done. Serve with lemon
edges and parsley.
GREEN PEAS AND NEW POTATOES
Combine fresh shelled green peas with potatoes, salt and
pper and water to cover. Cover pot and boil over a low flame
bout 35 minutes.
Chicken, in the old Shtetl of East European Jewry was a
(are delicacy in which only the rich could indulge There are
IMtless Yiddish folk sayings to illustrate this point. With that
ignant yet rich irony which was characteristic of the Glhetto.
was said: "When a poor man eats chicken, one of them is sick
ither the poor man or the chicken.'"
Only on festive occasions, a holiday, or when a dear one
as desperately ill, was chicken served. This accounts for the
Mindless faith Jewish mothers had in its cure-all qualities Be-
w is one way to prepare it.
CHICKEN PAPRIKASH
1 fresh tomato or
1 tablespoon tomato sauce
1 cup hot water or
chicken soup
3 tablespoons or more
chicken or vegetable fat
Cut the pullet into serving pieces. Put the flour and salt in
I paper bag. add one piece at a time and shake well. Brown the
hicken in the fat. Remove and add onions and paprika and fry
i few minutes. Add chicken and rest of ingredients, cover and
ook over low heat l'u hours or until chicken is tender. If more
rater is required, add a small amount at a time.
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kni\l Fkrili.ir
Friday. July 5, 1968
her father, Thom.i- H j -
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LEGAL NOTICE
SCHOENER

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Was a life
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mid Alar,
w > i agu.
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m. mb. City of
I of
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'ii' l: i ill Sur\i\ -
' u- Harry B.; tun
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"Intel i \l ..tin
Arnink-.-iii.-ir- handled bj Riverside
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY lilVEN thai
the undl 'i '. -i* B !" engage
undei the flol itl' ii- '...in.
: a...... >MMI'NICATH >NS 11 'UP
.ti Dumber 211 Roper Building
\ \. i hi [hi
,.....i- r. sister
'! -.ii.I name with the Clerk of the
un I ..!- 'ount>. Florida.
i ..i Miami. Florida, ll '
\ Januai
THOMAS BRBNNAN
2* i
ABRAMSON. i.. -
SI 1! pel, I > -
Sinai
APPLEFIELD. Il | Itl Si
Ml .'" Bend i hapel Intel -
men I Ml Nebo
adin. Samu. 114 XE 7th Si n
Hey el '"'...' Interment Mi.
gagi
BERNSTEIN. i ..
King* Polnl 1 Ml
R \ erslde In: 1 \. ..v
DR. MORTON BOBBINS
Morton J. Robbins,
Active With ZOA
NEW YORK Dr. Morton .1
Robbins, honorary vice president of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica and a frequent Miami Beach
visitor, died in Israel June 21 while
attending the World Zionist Con-
great. A resident of Brookline.
Mass.. he was 70 years old.
Voicing his and the ZOA's pro-
found sorrow at the passing of Dr.
Robbins, ZOA President Jacques
Torczyner said. 'Dr Robbins will
be missed by all those who believed
in Zion restored and by those who
supported and enhanced the State
of Israel, among who.n he was one
of the pre-eminent builders of
Zion."
The well-known Zionist leader
was a vice chairman of the ZOA's
National Executive Committee. He
served as national chairman of it-
Youth Commission and was a past
chairman of the American Zionist
Fund
A member of the World Zionist
Actions Committee and the Mac
cabi World Executive Committee.
Dr Robbins was also founder and
president of Ca.np Young Judaea
in Amherst. N.H.. founder and hon-
orary president of the New Hamp
shire State Zionist Federation anJ
past president and honorary presi
dent of the New England Zionist
Region.
He had been a member of the
national council of the United Pal
estine Appeal, a governor of the
Jewish National Fund and a direc-
tor of Keren Hayesod, which was
the land acquisition arm of the
Jewish Agency.
Surviving are hi.- widow, the
former Claire Yochpa, and a
brother. Aaron J Robbins of
Springfield. N.J
GOLD
Lena B. 71, of -:: Meridian v.
MR. passed awaj Prida) She hai
made her hojne here f..r th. pas
13 yeara confine here (or tfcu p
13 fear* coming from Brockton
Maai She is survived by her hu-
band Maurice; I rone., Leonard nm
Stank*) Melvin <;.!.! of Miami. Her
bert Oold of Brockton M in
daughters, Mr- Anita Hlrochhori
and Mrs Rosamond Fletchi r .
Miam Mi Mar) Mellln
N.Y.C Irei
Sen were held sun
\ M al fiord Punet nl Home
with |i lermenl In Star .(
Memorial Park Donations In m ro-
il-) ma) be made to Ml Slnal Hospi.
tal Intensive Care I'nli
BRAVERMAN
Mr. |N,r;,. :- ..i Bailey Avi ue,
Hillside Ni passed swa)
rum tS ii..in ii Rui ... shi cum to
L'nlted States In 11..... and settled In
Newark. Ni ,w Jerse) IVae past presl-
Ilerdlchel r I
Survivors Include son I ir l. "
Brs Herman ol M laugh I ei Mr
Ethel Goldman of Hlllald. 2 broth
era u llllam Rosi erg ol i
N. V. and l>r Abraham Rosenberg
of ih- Bronx, .v v and B grand-
children. ServV held June
31 in Haplewood, New Jerse)
GOLDE
David, Tl ..( MS BW 8th m i......I
away June : He had made his
home in M.ini fur u yeara, com-
ing from N'.u Yi.rk ii. ..
...i 'irv olaanar and a member of the
Masons Mr Oolde la ourvh -.1 by
nil sister, Bayde 0 Rose of llami
Bervlcea wore held Friday, June 23
at Qordon Funeral Home
SPEAR
Elva B St, of Its* Atlantic Shores
Hlv.i.. Hallandale, died June S3 Mrs
Spear is survived by her husband, |
Sammy well kimwn hiirnrtldnr: 8
sons. Leigh ami Qeorga r.f Miami
Beach and Miami, and arthur, Flush-
ing, N.Y.; a daughter, Mrs. Norma
CHERRY. Reba,
Dr.. M h. Rli erslde Impel,
Interment Ml Nebo
COHEN. Harn SI i NE 14th Avi
Kiverslde Chapel, Intermeni New
v
; CZAKL. I.. 14. 1 W Stillwater It .
1 hap. i Inti mi.-in New
York.
EPSTEIN. Mrs I..'.;. 7*01 Byron
Avi Miami Beach Blasberg Chapel.
Intermeni Ni n .;. i i
falk. Mrs Ei ; noi \i: I71t
Bl Riverside "hapel
FERTIG. Fa) Am '. N\V 1
Ai. Riverside Chapel, Intermeni
Mi Slnal
GOLOBART. David *8, 13...... NIC 18
1 PL Riverside Chapel.
i GOOSE. Joseph, 75. 4"l Collins Avi
Miami Beach, Riverside Chapel, ln-
termenl Toronto, Canada
Harris. Prank. 68, 1-.-.1 NE 167th
SI Blasberg Chapel, Intermeni New
York
harlig. Max. 73, I7M Pine Tree I"
Miami Beach, Newman Chapel, In-
termeni New York
KUNEN. Mrs Hanah, !;. 315 NE 173rd
LESSMAN. Max, -. :':: Byron Surf-
slde, N .1 King Chape], Intermeni
New Jerse)
MOSKOWITZ. Abraham, 7, I8JS0 NE
- list Ave,, Miami Beach, RJversldi
Chapel, Intermeni New York.
Peyton. Lillian, 51, 7". Leonx Avi
Miami Beach, Newman Chapel, In-
terment Mi Nebo
ROONICK. Abrah m, Tl IB54 Drexel
Ave., Miami Beach, Rlversldi Chapel
SOUTH, Mel \ .... ISO NE ISM si Si
Riverside Chai
RUBIN. Louis, Tl v." NF, 168th Si
RJversldi Chapel
SAZINSKY. Mr- I ll||< 78, :.i:- Meri-
dian Ave Miami Beach, Riverside
Chapel
SCHOENER. Mr. \;----- w ..- 7<0
\v Bay Harbor Dr.. Miami Beach,
!: eralde Chapel, Interment. New
l"..rl.
SPEAR, Elva, 58. m:." Atlantic
Shores Blvd., Hallendale, Blasberg
Chapel
STELE. David, s: -,|,, vraal .\\. .
Miami Beach, Riverside Chapel
TERRY. David, Tl. SSI Madiera, Coral
Oables, Riverside Chapel. Intermeni
Mew V..rk
YUNES. Prank Oeorge, 82, 7555 SW
-ml Ave Riverside Chapi I, Inti i -
mem Siar ..f I lav Id
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Si iTICK IS HEREBY i ilVEN
il.. u desiring
i, busli ess u
of ADAM N EVE al num
I \ v. i It. Clt) of Sui
... (he said
nam< il Clerk .>f thi Circalt
' mi of l 'ad. i 'ounty. Florida
l ... i li.rida. tl
u
BARB \l:.\ STKICKI.ER S
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Ml iKTIMEH s .'I IHBN
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
In Rll
No. 79067
MARUARET LEAHY
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
.' dltors and mi r Ha
ing Claims oi Demands Aga -' Said
Estati
"i <-u are hereby notified ami requir-
ed to presenl an) claims and demands
which you ma) have against thi es-
tate of MARfl \I:i:T I i:\IIY de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida,
thi Count) Judges ol Dadi County,
and fit-- the same In duplicati and as
provided in Bectli T.^" 16, Plorids
Statutes, in their offices iii ih.- tViunty
Courthouse ii Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar mi.nth.- from the
time of ih.- flrsl publication hereof,
r ih<- sami will I..- barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, th1! 2nd
da) .f .iul>. A P r."-
MAURICE LBPOOE
As Administrator
I'li.-i publication of this n.........n
ill. "ih day "f .lull. 186*
ESSEN .v ESSEN
Attorne) f'.r Administrator
lint Alnsle) Building
Miami l-'li.riila
7 5-lJ-18-:
LEGAL NOTICE
"|N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 79436-C
Ii. RE Estate of
II \i:i:\ K VTZEN
I.....as< .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pi Hnv-
Inii Claims ni Demandr Agalnsl Said
Estate
You are hereb) notified and requir-
ed i<> |.i. -. id a ii) claims and del
H i ii ^ ou in.' i ha v agalnsl ill.
. -.,.. n( ii \i:i;VKAT/K\ .i------1-. .1
ol l '."! 'ounty. Fieri.la, to the
Com l) Judgi ..I I lade i 'oinit). and
. same in duplicate and as pro-
vided In Si mi 7 PI.....In Stn -
tui "i thi ii nffli es in the i 'ount)
u Da
  • i.iidni in... from Hi-
    in,, of il first publication hen I
    or the same w ill be ban d
    Dated al Miami, Florida, ilii- U4th
    da) .In: i I'
    I|| igE k'ATJCEN
    \ Executrix
    publical!*.ii .-f Ihii
    il,. "Sih da) of June. 181 -
    HAUi n.n ZINN i;si.'iiiii;
    Alloiiu-y f.ir II pK
    51!
    LEGAL NOTICE
    n
    NOTICE OF
    WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
    Ni 'Tui: is ii i;i:i;m i ;i\ |.;\
    b) iirlu- ..f Chapter *'.7s ..f pic ,
    statutes A notated HMD, u
    1 us. ii.....iii.I w'arehouai !;.. .
    wherein \i:i: VAN I inks pi,,,
    i-orpoi .I..... b) virtue ..' its wareh.-U'
    lien has in ii- posseaalo-n the folli.v
    -. -i j.......
    I-..I Household :.....I- as the prooeri
    of MRS JEANBTTE I'.KI.i.vm
    whose last known local address s.
    N U ... SI Miami. Florida, ...
    11..11 on thi i. day >.f Jut>
    during ih. legal hours "f -..i. n
    i" iwei ii i i "" forei.....n and :'.....
    'i. i.... ..I _' 21 N \\ 34 th \\.
    mi-. Miami. Florida the undersign,
    shall offer for sale to the
    i.
    ' .. ii in
    l.....l.i
    1...1
    KETTE BBI UM1
    Dated .. Mi..on.
    l.i v ..f July, 1868
    hand the
    f MRS
    abo\,
    .ii: v
    i'..
    M.1.1 this !
    J'5-7'1
    lade I
    i.

    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    Ni 'Till-: IS HEREBY illYE.N II
    thi ir.' lo engagi
    in hush > -- undi i ill. fictitious inn
    ..i TED'S i'i iTTAtIB I >l M!E al
    - i\ -Till Avenue, Miami. Florida
    In Kiel saiil in* with
    (hi t'lerl ......u in : .'f I i.i.l.
    County, Florldti
    THBOIM "RE .1 llll.I.ESKI
    Sole ii.-r
    K EKSI ER, M \ssi:\ A
    H El'HERMAN
    Attot eys foi \pplicaiil
    185 Klltmore w ,\
    ' '..I nl Cubit*, Plm da
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HBHEin tilVEN il
    hi ui di rslgm .1 di ling l .
    in liuslm ss undei u
    of DADE TITLE AND LIKE IN
    SI II \M'i: v;i:\i-\ al 331 tragi
    v ui rnl I tables Ploi id
    u
    i'
    . lo register ai.l i ..lll- with
    ..( Hi- I'ir. Ull I' lll Of 1
    11 1 lorl In
    I \ i: i IIT ENl IN81 Y. IN i i'i:
    II \ Itl i\ i i a HEN. Pret
    28 7 '
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY 11IVEN thai
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    in business under the fictitious name
    ..f PALMETTO BAR at 7381 Weal
    Plaglar Street, Miami. Florida
    to register aald nami with th. Clerk
    of th.- Circuit I'.'un of Dade County
    Florida,
    Rl IBBRT M SHEPARII
    Bole > Iwner
    KESSLER, MASSEY &
    BECKERMAN
    Attoi oeya f..r Applicant
    485 Blltmore Wa)
    Coral riablea, Florida
    :.".-!.-'
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    Nl 'II K 16 HEREBY iil\ EN
    the undersigned, desiring to .
    in business under the fictitious
    of SMITH. KOKACH. HAYET
    here-
    ' >liipi.. i r i r
    'OU.
    >py
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY ISIVEN thai
    he undi Hlgm .1 Ing to -......u-.
    in business under thi fli til u
    f WIN8LOW, SNEIDEH, PRY'OR
    ' \ I'I A V RA1 III 'I H ;0 'Al. \s
    Si 'ii \'l K.s .,. v..... v Kendall Drive,
    v in Florida Intends !- regisi r
    aid i mi I the i "lerk ..f thi Clr-
    . uii Court "i I ;'. .. i i" i ,
    W1N8LOW, SNEIDER, PRYOR
    M||
    Dadi
    and CAPI AN i:a l Hi il.i ;
    \ BPARBER and Rl I8KIN
    \ i ...... \ ,
    !" N Blscaj' Bouli rard
    Miami. Kl.-ri.la
    K'l \l.
    thai
    igagi
    ii.'in.
    PACK, HAYNIE .- ASStlCIATES ui
    .L'l N.W -1st Court, Miami. Florida
    Intends i" register said name
    the Clerk <>f the Clrcuil Courl "t
    Count) Florida
    IRV1N KORACH
    I i:i i.N'ARD HA VET
    AltTHI'i: I.ICC \i'K
    U'M I.I AM HAYNIE
    DAVID C CATSM IN
    \ i"i in for Applii i
    ISO S.E Second Avenue
    Miami. Florida
    7 '.-I.'- 18
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
    Hie undi rslgned, desiring to
    i.ii under the fictitious name
    f BUM'H, I'i'i'KK an.I Bl'SSMAN
    at IS570 N" !: Seventh Avenue, North
    Miami Florida intends to register
    -..nl name nh the Clerk ..f the in ull
    Court of Dade County, l'l.., da
    DBS BIjOCH. COOKE SI'SSMAN
    Profi ssional v--..,-.t.- ,
    SPARRER \- ROSKIN
    Attorne) f..r Applicant
    '" N Bisi .n ne llouli vard
    Miami. Florida
    ____________ 7 5-12-18-26
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
    the undersigned, desiring to i
    In l.u- ness under il fiel in........
    ol INVESTJIE.NTS CNI.IMITBD al
    Clt) National Bank Building
    Florida 33130 i.....ml to re-
    fflaler said name iili the Clerk ol
    Circuit Courl ..f Dude County,
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY.
    No. 68-9924
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    SYLVIA E1NRI 'I'.N
    Pis illff,
    v -
    Mi ISBS EINH' IRN
    l f. ndant
    Tl MUSKS EI.N'HORN
    I Htmai Boulei ard
    \-i"i la, Ni w York 11 lo."
    I u. MOSES EINHOHN
    bj notified thai a Hill ..f i
    foi DI von hi- been filed agalnsi
    and >"ii .:r. required t.> serve i
    of your Answer or Pleading to th.
    Dill of Compluinl on the Clainnff-
    irm j .Ii ISH KKI'HI'N, 1370 Wash-
    ington Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida
    : ..'..I iii. iiir original Answi r or
    Pl< idi .; m the office of thi Clerk ..f
    the Circuit Courl on ..r before thi
    da) ol August, 1968 If you fail to do
    so. ludgmenl by default will I., taken
    Hgainsi you for the relief demand, d
    in the Hill ..f Complaint
    This notice shall be published i
    each week foi four consecutlvi weeks
    In THK JBWISH FLORIDIAN
    ..,"">K ;x" ORDERED al Miami,
    I- lorlda this :'7ili day of .lum \ 11
    1968
    K R LEATHERMAN Clerk
    i ir.nil Court, Dade County, Florida
    B) A I.YIN" Hi IRMAN
    I put) i I. rl,
    It Ii mi Courl Seali
    JOSH I: I: i 111" x
    13*0 Washington \\enue
    Miami c...,. h, Florida 3:
    > for Plaintiff
    7 5-12-18
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR-
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 75494.C
    IN RE Estate ..f
    v;i STIN M IKTINBZ
    De. .-.,-..I
    NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
    MAKE APPLICATION FOR
    DISTRIBUTION AND
    FINAL DISCHARGE
    Nl 'Th "(: hi b) gll en tl
    have filed Final Ri port and p<
    i"ii foi Dlstrlbuiion and Final D
    charge a- Executrix the estai.
    "f Al'tll'STIN MARTINEZ, decea
    ed and thai on thi _-.11. day .
    .iul>. 1968, will apply to the Honor
    al.|. Count) Judges : Dade Count)
    Florida, fur approval of said Pin
    Ri porl an i : r distribution
    final dlschargi .- Exei-utrii of th-
    estate ..f the ah. \. named di. edi I
    Tin- I2th da) of .in.....
    ANUEIJNA MARTINEZ,
    l'.\-. utrlx
    IWlNii:. fink 4 PURM \N
    Attorneys
    ' 'ongn -- Bldg
    Miami. Florida :
    i 21-23 7 5-1!
    that
    ngage
    ii- num
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HERERY l!l\ EN
    thi undersigned, desiring i
    of l.l'.ll I HALL BILLIARriS nl "7M
    2ri Avi u. Miam Flm

    Clerk ni thi
    County. Florid
    PERRY'S PASTRIES INC
    Sole iw n. :
    HERM N PERRY, Presldi m
    HENRY NORTON
    An.it iiey foi Vppllcnni
    i 106 Kiscayne Building
    Miami, Florida
    said
    I Ull
    nami
    i '"iiri
    with ih.
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY
    No 68-975C
    SUIT
    MARlilE J1CB\ ARA LAM SON I .
    Plaintiffs.
    \ -
    CARU '.~ i\ ill i:\ \it.\
    !'. ndant
    Tl I CARLOS W llt'EV m: \
    til i Rhli Ri .,,i
    II mini, i, Hill, I'i Bragg
    North Cat
    Serial No 17 ,: ...4
    . *u. CARI .'S w i;n:\ utA
    ' ''' '' nmil ..i thai .. cm of Compla
    t you and .
    are required lo serve u cnni ,.i v
    X II .- ,.. ,),;. ,;,|i
    .,;;. p un .ni.....
    SUM \ tits >DMAN a.- HoLTZM *
    ' ""''" Si .1.. Id Building. Mian
    lrig
    ...
    rcu '.un on i ,
    a I -. u
    u l| n enl l.i ...
    he rellel
    '"i""1' Complaint
    DUl .
    week fm .i WH-utlvi we<
    ':' JEWISH FMlRIUIAN
    i'"\i: AND ORDERED ..i Mian
    ' da)
    , B I.C\ illKKMAN C
    ' ull Cnun i mdi i,
    U) K M
    Ih |iUl)
    11 'ii' ir i i 'ouri S<
    SHEVIN, UOOD.M \N
    ^ HoLTZMAN BROS
    I) S. ybold Bulldrng
    Ml un Flol Ida
    An..i ne) for Plaini Iff
    A
    1.1 .11 1\
    fieri
    lerk
    Florl
    i
    .. .
    1-1! "
    Wtleom* Wagon International, with
    over 5,000 nostesaos, ha* more
    than thirty yoari axpaiienc* i*
    foataring good will In business ang
    community lift. For mor* ir/jfrna-
    twa about...
    YklcomtjM^Nagoii
    \jtf^, rS*Vnaiia**d
    443256
    Florida
    gr.
    iscwcoiifni

    J Please have the Welcome Wage*
    Heiteit call m.
    1 I would like to lubscribt to
    the Jewish Floridian.
    ill out coupon anil mall to
    Circklotion Daft.,
    JLPO oo> 2973, Mio.i, Flu.
    Mi |\\ \ RD .1 lie ILL \ \'l 'II;
    BERNARD C PESTllip,
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 796S5-A
    in RE i: tat. of
    SI 'I i EIR'EN
    I >......
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    i i" Yedltors nnd All Pi I sons II i
    Ing Claim- or Demands Agalnsl Said
    Vnu are hi reb) notlfii .1 ami requir-
    ed to presenl ,,;..v clalnu and dem d
    which you ma) have agalnsl thi i
    of SOL LEI KEN dec. ised
    i Dade County, Florida, to the Count)
    Judges ol Dade County, a.id fil. the
    le in duplicate an.I as proi Ided In
    Se. ii..n ::::: i, Florida Statutes, in
    [h. H offh in the Couni > Com thous.
    In Bade County, Florida, within si\
    . n.iar months from the time ol ih.
    flrsi oubll.aH.in hereof, or the same
    " mi be barred,
    i mi. .1 al Miami, l-'im Ida .tin- it day
    of June. A 11 1961
    REB \ B wni.Kit
    1- Executrix
    Flrol publication ..f tins
    ii" 5th day >.f Julv, !';
    SPARBER in.I ROSKIN
    Attorneys for Executrix
    . mn North Biaca) ne Blvd
    ! Miami, Florida ^S1S2
    1 7/5-12-19-:6
    ... ml-
    reg sier said num. with the Cl, rk
    K / """' Courl of Dad. County,
    FEI.TMAN and in (RToN
    PR' 'FESSIONAL ASSi K'lATION
    Sole i >u ner
    SPARRER and ROSKIN
    ' *- for Appll, am
    l"" N c,-,ai ne Boulevard
    Miami. Florida

    IN
    THE COUNTY JUDGE'S rniiBT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    i. i.i- .. No 79-05-B
    In HE Estate ..f
    SARAH IIERNSTEIN
    .1
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    .'" V, I redllor. and All person,.
    Estate* '" "'"'"",- x
    1 "it an hen bj
    ed I., presenl an)
    11 1 Ii ;...,| ,,,
    '' of SARA
    ise.l late of I'
    IELTON,
    . 'ompla
    agalnsl > ou
    servi i i
    II. i
    Said
    notified an.I requli -
    demands
    havi again i
    BERNSTEIN de-
    - -de '..uiiii. pi,
    h* fount) Judges .. Dadi ?,,,
    til.- the -am. in duplicate o Id .-
    ,,s"'..... "S.16, Florida
    Heir offi. In the Count)
    m Dade County, Florida '
    alendar months from the
    flrol publication hi n
    il be barred
    notice on
    |.t-i Idi 'i
    Statutes, in
    Courthouae
    -IX ci
    time of the
    or tin- game
    Dated al Miami. Florldt
    da) of June. A 11 !.,.
    R08ALIE I: I W ARDS
    As Executrix
    First publication of this
    the !Sth day of June, IMS
    Cl Aim: U EH'HEI.
    Attorney for Executrix
    II Weal Plaglar Street
    Miami, Florida
    iin- 2oih
    nolle.
    6/28 iyt.ta.ig
    ___NOTICE OF SUIT OR
    im -r^P^" OF PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    -ECLCE/ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY CIVIL ACTION
    No 68-8749
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    LI I M.l.i: SHF.l.Tl .\
    Plaintiff,
    11
    J' 'HN SMITH SMEI Tl i\
    Defei i.ii
    Tl J( HIN SMITH SHELTON
    R. i nknow
    1"ii JOHN SMITH SH
    hereb) ilfu i
    Divorce I
    >ou an
    \ "'. v "i Pleading t.. th.
    ','' ""'i.ii in .... th Plaintiffs
    '>HN V CHRISTIE, C
    .v Shei nrd I
    ,,"1 I m '' N.E I-i Ai.
    ni.
    ' r PI iding i"
    ' rk of the Clrcuil i
    '......', h das of Augu-
    "" i-.i fall i. .1.. .... ju.it,,
    n uli mil be .,,,. ,, agalnsl you
    ' d. in.,- ded in the 11
    omplalnl
    This : ',.... Rhall b.
    each e.k f,.r four
    Ii Th. J. Ish Floridian
    DONE IN'll i iRDERED al Ml
    I"-nia. ii,,- u, day of July, v
    11(1
    i: B LEATHER* n
    "lerk, inuii Court,
    Dade Count). Florida
    i'i K M LTMAN
    Deput) Clerk
    (i Ircult Court s.al i
    JOHN V CHRISTIE. ESQ.
    BARRETT, CHRISTIE A BHEPAK1'
    Attorney for ciainiiff
    80s AInoley Building.
    Miami, Florida
    7/8-12-li'--'
    publ h.
    ...-.-' Uli\'e


    iday. July 5. 1968
    LEGAL NOTICE
    * If i<* Mrrid/fan
    Pace 15-B
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY (5IVEN thai
    . undersigned, desiring to eugagc
    business under the fictitious name
    HOTEL BAVOY PLAZA al 4::.
    an Drive, Miami Beach, Florida
    ends iii register said name with the
    irk ,.f the circuit Court of bade
    piiiit.ii. Florida.
    HLEI HtiTKI, ooBl'ORATION
    Sole Owner
    Lbertj zbmlock
    Roraey for Applicant
    l> Blscayne Building
    p till. Florida
    _______ 14-81-28 7 5
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    KOTICE ts HEREBY GIVEN llial
    .aderslgncd. desiring to engage
    business under the flcUtlOUa name
    HAMPTON BMOKE SHOP al M7
    oln Road, Miami Beach, Florida
    nl- to register said name with the
    fcrk of the Circuit Court ..f bade
    linty. Florida
    PRANK FREEDMAN
    1>RGE GILBERT
    ey fur Applicant
    - .'29
    j Lincoln Road Building
    imi Beach, Florida
    6/14-21-28 : 5
    r Dmm
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    !>T1CE is HEREBY GIVEN that
    undersigned, desiring to engsge
    business under the fictitious name
    ("ROPE, JONAS nnd KVANS at
    7ist Street, Miami Beach, Florida
    gfld* to register said name with
    Clerk of the Circuit Court of
    County, Florida.
    Its TROPE JONAS and EVANS
    Pi ofi sslonal Association
    1RBBH .m.I ROSKIN
    B- m for applicants
    Rises i ne Blvd.
    i. Florida
    21-28 T 5-1J
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    1'ini: is HEREBY tirVEN thai
    undersigned, desiring to engage
    tu undei id. fictitious name
    |AIL'8 111 IN WASH at 85*1 s.W,
    t Miami, Florid., intend.- to
    -.mi name with the Clerk of
    'ii. uit court of Dade County,
    J.l.i
    lEl.BN RBAl'SHAMP DARCBY
    T-:i'ii ii y. M \c,
    B i
    Len KBACCHAMP DARCEY
    I'll ISA! I. s ''. UN \\ ASM
    4/21-28 7 5-12
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    PTICE IS HEREBY UIVBN that
    :i. .1. di -iring to engage in
    ui tii p the rirtitioui nami ..f
    IBNRi IEN II \ RK Vh*S .,
    INormandj Drive, Miami Beach,
    da, intends t.. re| lei I names
    ihe Clerk ..r th. Circuit Court
    . ide County, Florida
    I.I .':\'l!i IGBN and HARKNBR8
    Professional Association
    InnKRK ROSKIN
    rneya for applicant
    ." Biscnyne Boulevard
    ni, Florida
    21-28 7 5-12
    NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
    J THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ILEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
    \DE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No 48.6601
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    08 I.IMA SCARE/.,
    kin tiff,
    VS
    JCOS antonio SUARBZ,
    fendant.
    [MARCOS ANTONIO SCARF/.
    18H.il Baxter Avenue
    [New York. New York
    Ju. MARCt.S ANTONIO SUARBZ,
    Mreby notified that a Bill of Corn-
    It for Divorce has been filed
    nst you, and you are required
    live copy of your Answer or
    ling to the Bill of Complaint on
    I lalntlfrs attorney, IKWIN USTIE. 2650 Hiscayti. Hlvd Miami.
    7 and file the original
    or Pit ading in the office of
    I .'i o| ,h. circuit Court on or
    r. the 26th day of July, 1968 If
    I rail lo do BO, hi.', in. by de-
    .n I" taken against you for
    I t. Inf demanded In the Bill of
    Dial ni
    pis notice .shall be published once
    ___'" '"' 'our consecutive weeks
    riiK JEN ISM FI.OIMD1AN
    NE AND ORDERED al Miami.
    this 1 "Hi day of June A 1)
    BY HENRY LEONARD
    flE? mow
    "And to think that only last year he painted
    them for Jewish delicatessens!"
    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 68-8999
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    BESSIE LEE WILLIAMS,
    Plain I Iff
    vs
    FREDDIE WM.l.iAMs
    TO: PREDDIE WILLIAMS
    Laal known addres -:
    3.", C.nt.r Plai -. Yonkerti N Y
    You, PREDDIE u II.1.1 ams. ii.
    hereb) notified thai .. Bill of Com-
    plaint for Divorce has been flleil
    agalnsl you. and you are required to
    serve .. t-op) of your Answer or Plead-
    ing t.. th. Bill of Complain! on Ihe
    Plaintiffs attorney, ALBERT WILES'-
    SKY. M 118 Blscayne lildg., Miami.
    Florida and file th.....Iglnal Answer
    r Pleading in the off......| ihi clerk
    f the cin tut Court ..ii or before Ihe
    18th day ,.f July, 1968. If >..u fall to
    d" Judgment bj default "ill be
    taken agalnsl you for the relief de-
    manded m the mil of Complaint
    Tins .....ice shall be published once
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    in THE JBWI8H FI.oKII.IAX
    DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
    Florida, this lllh day ..f Jun. A 11.
    ls.'.S
    K. B. LEATHBRMAN. Clerk.
    Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
    By: C P. COPBLAND
    Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    ALBERT W1I.ENS4 Attorney for Plaintiff
    M 118 Blscayne Bldg
    19 West I'1.1nl. i Street
    Miami, Florida
    6, 1 4-21 -^8 7'5
    LEGAL NOTICE
    9A
    IK. H LEATHBRMAN, Clerk,
    uii Court. Dade County, Florida
    By c P COPBLAND
    Deputy cierk
    Ult I oui t S. ..1|
    8 il-fg 7 5-18
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    >V..E-CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    eX!:* JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 68-9799
    m.,^.UIT FOR DIVORCE
    MOND Mc KNIMIIT
    llllllff,
    vs
    'ROTIITMC KNIGHT
    iiondant
    DOROTHY Mc KNIOHT
    An.lr. ws, South Carolina
    U ".R.iTUY Mc KNKM1T. are
    "y notified that a Bill of Cm
    ii t.r Divorce ha., been filed
    you, ami you are required to
    eopy of y.,ur Answer oi Plead*.
    me Bill of Complaint on the
    v "',":""> 'I' WA UI i I
    i.i m,N %v 14lh Street. Miami,
    sw or ?.'! a!!d '!' "'- original
    ci,,l 'v-"1""-' In th. offlc. of
    1. r- "1 'be circuit coun on or
    *' a ."" ,""' '''>' "f ''">. 19*8 If
    an to do --.,. judgment by defnult
    ! '"Ken against you for the re-
    < ni.d in th. Bin ,,f Complaint
    "ii..- shall be publish,,! once
    ni- i,',';.,f"."r '""secutlve weeks
    L V- : iSR'SH PLORIDIAN
    ''. 'bis nth day of June AD.
    far ',", ,';' KATIIKI'AN, Clerk
    "'";:''" "^'"'y. Florida
    By: K M. LYMAN
    IV ,o, ,. "-I'Uty Clerk
    r. nit ,,,., s, .U)
    -VAI1I'J ROSEN, ESQ
    K"''.y f"r Plaintiff w"
    K-W Uth Street
    W">, rlorida, 33136
    6/21-28 7/5-12
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
    No. 68-9521
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    ARTHCIt ALLEN,
    Plaintiff,
    vs
    RUTH ALLEN,
    Defendant.
    TO: RUTH ALLEN
    343:' W Central Avenue, Apt
    Toledo Ohio
    YOU ARE HEREBY notified that
    a complaint for Divorce has been
    tiled ..,'..! s- you, and you are here-
    by required to serve a copy of your
    answer or other pleading to the Com-
    | plaint on the Plaintiff! attorney,
    LESTER ROGERS, Whose address is
    .'Kit NW 14th Street. Miami, Florida
    | 33136. and file the original with the
    Clerk of Ihe above styled Court, on
    or before the 31 day of July, 1968. or
    a Default win in- entered against
    you
    DATED TIMS 10th day of June. 1968.
    E 11 LEATHBRMAN
    Clerk of the Circuit Court
    By: K. M. LYMAN
    6.28 7.5-12-19
    NOTICE OF SUIT
    OR
    ORDER OF PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
    DADE COUNTY
    No. 68-9512
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    MELVI.N UEDNEY
    Plaintiff,
    EVELYN F. OEDNBY
    I 'ef.n.lant.
    TO: EVELYN F UEDNEY
    48 Park Circle South
    E. Pamlngdale, l-oiiu- Island,
    N< w York ll7.tr.
    You aie hereb) notified that a It II
    of t omplalnl for Divorce has been
    filed against you, and i..u are re-
    quired ervi opj of your Answi r
    or Pleading In the Bill of Complaint
    on ih- Plaintiff's Attorney, flROVER
    CIMBNT WEINSTE1N At STAUBER,
    JS Lincoln Road. Miami Beach,
    Florida ,,n,i rile the original Answer
    or Pleading in the office of ihe Clerk
    of the Circuit Cuit ......r before th.-
    89th day of July, 1968. If you fail
    to do s,,. Judgmenl bj default will bi
    tak-n agalnsl you for the relief de-
    manded in Ihe Bill of Complaint.
    This notice shall be publish,,I once
    each week for four consecutive weeks
    in THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN
    DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
    Florida, this 2i>lh day of Jun- AD
    1968.
    B B LEATHBRMAN,
    Clerk, Circuit Court,
    Dade County. Florida
    By: L BNEBDEN
    Deputy Clerk
    (Circuit Court Seal)
    OROVER, CIMBNT, WBTN8TEIN
    * STAUBER
    Attorneys for Plaintiff
    by SHERWIN STAUBER
    42" Lincoln Road,
    .Miami Be.oh. Florida
    6,28 7 5-12-19
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVBN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    in business under the fictitious name
    of HOLIDAY FABRICS al 490 W, 29
    street. Hialeah intends to register
    said name with ill- Clerk of the '
    ''"' U" IS^iS^SSSSSt. "** K^"SS-ih. Florida
    Sole Owner
    ii/28 7/5-12-19
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 78678-B
    In RE: Estate of
    PANNIE OOLDBERQ, '
    Deceased.
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
    ing Claims or I n in.. :..i.. Against Said
    i: late:
    You are hereby notified and requir-
    ed to present any claims and demands
    which you may have agamst the, es-
    tate Of FANNIE OOLDBERQ de-
    ceased late of Dade County, Florida.
    to the County Judges Of Dade County,
    anil file the same in duplicate anil as
    provided in Section 793.16, Florida
    Statutes, In their offices In the County
    Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
    within six calendar months from the
    time of the first publication hereof,
    or the same will be barrel
    Dated at Miami. Florida, thin Mill
    day of June. A D 1968.
    I.ENORA RDRSTEIN
    BERNARD EASTERSI N
    E8TBLLE DIAMOND
    As Executors
    First publication of this notice on
    the uth day of Jun-. 1968
    TALIANOPP, WALLER & BEROER
    Attorneys for Executors
    4-.'" Lincoln R..ad
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    Notice is HEREBY filVBN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    In business under the fictitious names
    of BAHAMA CRUISES. B Ml A.MAS
    CRUISES AND TOURS; BAHAMAS
    CRUISES AND TOURS CENTER;
    BAHAMAS CRUISES AND TOURS
    BOOKING OFFICE; BAHAMAS
    CRUISES AND Tin US RESERVA-
    TIONS; BAHAMAS CRUISES AND
    TOURS BALES; BAHAMAS CRUISES
    AND TOURS SERVICE; BAHAMAS
    CRUISES AND Torus CONSUL-
    TANTS; CRUISE RESERVATIONS
    SERVICE: PREEPORT C RU IS B 8
    AND TOURS at 8901 Oolllni Vvenue,
    Miami Beach. Florida intend lo re-
    gister said names with the Clerk of
    the Circuit Court of Dade County,
    Florida
    JEROME .1 GRANGER
    s..ic t iwner
    MAC MERMELL
    Attorney for Applicant
    1900 s \V Third Avenue
    Miami. Florida 33129
    6 11 7/5-12-19
    6 14-21-28 7 5
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
    AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
    No. 68-8872
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    OLIIRIA WEBB.
    Plaintiff,
    \ 1
    Wll.l.l \.M II WEBB
    l tefendant
    Tu: WILLIAM II \\ EBB
    R. sidellco 1 TI k r Vs n
    YOU m:k HEREBY notified thai
    a Complaint for divorce has been
    filed agalnsl you. atid you are hereby
    required lo serve copy of your
    answer ..r other pleading lo the Com-
    plaint ..a ih. I'laintiiis attorney,
    ARTHUR \\ KARLICK, whosi ad
    .ii. 999 N W Mih siri. Miami
    Florida 83136, and file the original
    with the Clerk ..f the above styled
    curt, on ,,i before the I9lh daj of
    July. I9fi. ..r a Defaull will be enter-
    ed against you.
    Dated this 7th day of June 1968.
    K it LEATHBRMAN, Clerk
    of the Circuit Court
    By: K M LYMAN
    Deputy Clerk
    6/14-21-28 7/5
    LEGAL NOTICE
    tin
    -of.
    6 th
    oil
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 79171-C
    In RE: Eslate of
    CARRIE BELLE ROPER
    . < east -I
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To am Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing claims or Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and requlr-
    '' "' present any claims and .1. mands
    winch you may have again t the
    estate of CARRIE BELLE ROPER
    deceased late ol Dad- County, Florida
    to the County Judges of Had. County
    and fib the same in duplicate and as
    prot idi .1 in Bectlon 733 16 I
    Statutes, iii their offices in the County
    Courthouse in Dade County, Plorids
    within six calendar months from the
    time of the first publication h
    r the same Will be barred
    Dated at Miami, Florida,
    da] of June, A D 1968
    SELENA JACKSON
    As Administratrix
    First publication of this not I
    the 14th day of June, i!ig.
    MnRRIS COHEN
    Attorney for Estate of
    CARRIE BELLE Ri >1>KR
    1099 Bonce lie I.,.,a Blvd.
    Coral Oables, Fla. 33134
    _________________ 6/14-31-28 7 5
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    , No. 79376-B
    In l!E: Estate of
    HERBERT COHN,
    I >-. ,-as, il
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To ah Creditors and All Person.- Hav-
    ing Claims and d. man.Is which you
    may have agalnsl th. .state of HER-
    BERT COHN, deceased late of Dade
    < ounty, Florida, to th- County Judges
    ;f Dad- County, and file the same in
    duplicate and as provided ill Section
    131 16, Plorids Statutes, In their offices
    in the County Courthouse In Dade
    County, Florida, within six ralendar
    months from the time of t|. first
    PUbltcatiim hereof, or the same will
    be barred
    D al Miami. Florida, this 7th
    day of June. ..\ 11 1968
    ROSE 8CHREIDELL
    1239 S W. 23rd Street
    Miami. Florida 33145
    As Executrix
    Plrsl publication .,f this noli
    the 14th day of June, 1968
    KURT WBLLISCH
    Attorn, y for Eslate of
    HERBERT -. ih.N
    1 67 Aim. ri.i A v. i ii-
    < 'oral Oables, Ploi Ida 33134
    : 14-21 -28
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    LEGAL NOTICE
    C1-^TICE UNDER
    ,. FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    ."'', undersigned, desiring to eJa,-.
    -cu A ,NAT '"A THOLIC
    -' HOOL at Dade County Flnri.H
    ' nd.i to rwlste. ^SSl-^Si
    .oun,yfF!,h;;,1;:ir"UI1 <" -' Dade
    REINaijx) F ALONSO
    S< le Kvnnr
    SIDNEY BPRONSON
    Attorney for Applicant
    612 Afnsle) Bii.:.iiug
    .Miami. Florida
    1/14-21-28 7/5
    ....
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    In business under th. fictitious cm.
    f ORBEN BRIAR NURSING CENT-
    ER at ills Alegriano Avenue, Coral
    Uables, Florida, intends to reg
    said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
    cuit Court of Dad. County, Florida
    MAX MINSKY
    FINE A JACOB80N
    Attorneys for Applicant
    6/14-21-28 : ".
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    Notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    th. undersigned, desiring to engage
    in business under th. fictitious name
    of BRAS8IBR8 LEONI8A at 1142 NE.
    2nd Avenue Intends to register said
    name with the Clerk of th. Circuit
    Court of Dad. Counlv, Florida
    VALLADARB8 fashions
    6 21-28 7/5-12
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring t.. engage
    in business under the fictitious iiatn.
    of SANS BOUCI ASSOCIATES at
    8101 Blscayne Boulevard, Miami.
    Florida intends to ref-ister said name
    with ihe Clerk of the Circuit Court
    of Dade County. Florida
    TIBoR HOLIA)
    FINE & JACOB80N
    Attorneys for Applicant
    H IM-'.'X 7 G-12
    C1^TNTICE UNDER
    \:.t, l.9.Tl.TIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GD/EN thit
    >" undersigned, desiring to ,
    BMrATifnftSsJfc "'"' '--'-
    Of BEZALEL'S ISRAELI c,IFT SHOP
    i'r .i.iATIONAL "EBRBW Book
    M .,h,.'" i?49JV52h,nton Avetvue:
    Miami Beach, Florida Intend lo rc-
    Ki.-'-r said name with the Clerk of
    Florida ""r' f ,""'" ,'"u""'
    SAMUEL H. 8ILVERMAN
    DIAN \ 8ILVERM w
    SIMON. HAYS AORCNDWERa
    Attorneys r,,r Applicants
    ..i" Ainsli y Building
    SI ami, Florida 33132
    ______^^_ 6/21-28 7/6-1 ]
    'N ,LHf Jr?U^JV JUDGE'S COURT_
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    , ...... No. 78685-B
    In RE: Estate of
    REGINA PERGANG
    Decea NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    T" Al ',-.i ,- BIld All Person, Hav.
    Rig t lain oi Di mands Agalnsl Ba d
    You are hen by notified and requlr-
    -.1 to presi nl any claims and d< mands
    V ,'", V',".,.'.'Vsv' tave Btrolnsl the
    estate i > RBGINA PERGANG deceas-
    ea i.ii- of Dade County, Florida,
    th. t ounty Judges of Dade Counts
    ""' 'de th. sain- in dui.....at. an'd
    as provided In Bectlon 733 16, Florida
    Statutes, in their offices in the
    ount> Courthouse In Dad- County
    Morirt., within six calendar months
    from the time of the first publication
    hereof, or the same will be barn d
    Dated at Miami, this i:ith day of
    June, AD. 1968.
    JERRY s. MINTZER
    MARTIN YVAMMAN
    As Co-Kx,., utors
    Elrsl publication of this notice on
    the jist day of Jun., 1968,
    KURT WELLI8CH
    Attorney for Estate ,,f
    REGINA FERMANt;
    K7 Almeris Avenue,
    Coral Gables, Florida
    8 21-28 7 5-18
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
    No. 68-90C8
    SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    HETTY JEAN BROWN,
    Plaintiff
    vs
    II \ROLD BROWN,
    Defendant
    To: HAROLD Bid i\\ N
    You. HAROLD BRoun. are here-
    by notified that a Bill of Complaint
    for Divorce has been filed agalnsl
    you, and you arc required to serve
    a cpy of your Answer or Pleading to
    the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
    attornej main GOODMAN, shevin
    noodman \- HOLTZMAN, .146 Beybold
    Building, Miami. Florida and file the
    original Answer or Pleading in the
    office of the Clerk of the Circuit
    Courl on ..r before th- 1Mb das of
    .lul>. 1'."'.!. If >o|| fail to do so. JudK-
    iii. in by default will be taken against
    you for the r. in f demanded In the
    Mill of Complaint.
    This notice shall be publish-.1 on, -
    ca.h week for four consecutive weeks
    ill THE JEWISH Fl.olilDIAN.
    Done AND ORDERED at Miami,
    Florida, this lllh day of Jun. \ D
    l:.i;
    K B II-: ITHERMAN, clerk
    Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
    By : C P Cl IPBLAND
    11. put) i 'i. rk
    (Circuit court s. al I
    MAIN GOODMAN
    KHEVIN, '.< iHM AN
    aV HOLTZMAN
    Attorneys for Plaintiff
    S46 8i ybold Building,
    -Miami. Florida
    6 14-21-18 7 5
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 79484.A
    In RE: Eslate of
    HELEN BLATT
    Deceased
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To ah Creditors and All Persons llnv-
    Ing claims or I .-man.is Agalnsl Bald
    Estate:
    You an hereby notified and requir-
    ed to pies, iii any claims and demands
    which you may have against tho
    .state of HELEN BLATT deceased
    late of Dadl County, Florida, to the
    County Judges of Dad, County, and
    file the same In duplicate and as pro-
    vided in Bectlon 733.16, Florida sta-
    tutes, in their offlci a In the County
    Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
    within six calendar months from Ihe
    time Of the first publication hereof,
    or the same will be hair. .1
    Dated at .Miami. Florida, this 17th
    da) of Jun. AH. 1968
    J a. k I! BLATT
    \s Executor
    First puhii. all..ii of this notice 00
    th. :4..t da) of June. 1968
    SPARSER \N|. R08KIN
    Attorni) foi Exei utor
    100 North Bis. ayni Blvd.
    Miami. Florida 33132
    8 21-28 7 '.-12
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HEREBY Gl\ EN thai
    tin undersigned, desiring to
    In business under the fictitious name
    oi VI2BCAYA associates at 8101
    Blscayne Boulevard, Miami, Florida,
    Intends to register said name with
    the Clerk of thi Cln ult Court of Dads
    i'ounty, Florida
    Tlltoli HOLLO
    KINK .1 \coi:s< IN
    Attorneys for Applicant
    6/14-21-28 7 .'.
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 79334.C
    IN RE: Estate of
    MAX J SCHWARTZ
    Di ceased
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and aii Persona Hav-
    Ing Claims or D. man.Is Against Said
    Estate:
    You ne hereby notified and reiiulr-
    ' to present any claims and demands
    h you may have against the
    slate ,.f MAX J SCHWARTZ de-
    ceased lal..... Dad.- County, Florida,
    to the Count) Judges of Dad. County,
    and file the same in duplicate and as
    provided in Bectlon 783 16, Florida
    statin, s, in th. ir offices In the County
    Courthouse In Da.i- County, Florida".
    within six calendar months from the
    time of the firs! publi.ati.il hereof,
    or the s.iin. a 111 be barred
    Dated al Miami Florida, this 19 day
    of Jun., A l> 1968
    RUTH BANGER
    \ 1 :\. 1 utrix
    Fust publication of this notice on
    the :.'isi da) of June, 1968.
    SCIHI.MAN. SMITH
    It RICHMAN
    Attorneys for Executrix
    Suit, .".in
    1688 Meridian Avenue
    Miami Beach, Florida 33139
    1. 21-21 7 5-11
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