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The Jewish Floridian
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
v'olume 41 Number 28
Miami, Florida. Friday, July 12, 1968
Two Sections
Survey Probes Extent Of Campus 'Apostasy9
By Special Report
NEW YORK Thirteen percent
of Jewish students in American
colleges reject their ties to the
Jewish community by their senior
year, but almost half of them re-
turn to the Jewish fold within
three years after college gradua-
tion.
This is a major conclusion of a
preliminary report on the first
large-scale nationwide study ever
made of apostasy among college
students. (An apostate is defined
as one who identifies himself as
having "no religion" after having
been brought up within a faith.)
The report, prepared for the
American Jewish Committee over
the last year, is the work of David
Caplovitz, Paul Ritterband. and
Fred Sherrow. three sociologists i
from Columbia University's Bu- |
reau of Applied Social Research.
These preliminary findings, re- :
ported by Bertram H. Gold, AJ-
Committee executive director, re- '
vealed that apostasy was about as '
frequent among Jews as among
! Protestants but was almost twice
' as frequent as among Catholics.
The d*f, originally collected in
KISSINGER CLAIM
.4. /. C. Raps
German Plea
Of Ignorance
NEW YORK (JTAi The Amer-
ican Jewish Congress has con-
demned as "astonishing and shock-
ing" the testimony by West Ger-
man Chancellor Kurt Georg Kie-
singer that he did not realize until
World War II was nearly over that
"something ugly was happening to
the Jews of Europe."
Mr Kiesinger was "either blind
to what was happening around him
or deliberately closed his eyes."
l)r Joachim Prinz, chairman of the
AJCongress' Commission on Inter,
national Affairs, said in a telegram
to the West German Chancellor.
Dr. Prinz of Newark. N.J a
ner rabbi of Berlin who was ex-
i from Germany in 1<>J7 for
bis repeated public criticism of the
Hitler regime, noted that Mr. Kie-
r had been a member of the
N izi Party before and during the
war and said it was "inconceiv-
able" that he could have not seen
or known that "something ugly"
was happening to the Jews of Ger-
many starting in 1933, and to the
Jens of Nazi-occupied Europe be-
ginning in 1941.
Mr Kiesinger's testimony was
given last week a> a defense wit-
ness in a war-crimes trial for a
man accused of complicity in the
murder of over 30,000 Bulgarian
and Greek Jews during 1942-43.
During the war years, the Chancel-
lor was deputy leader of the radio
monitoring department of the Nazi
Foreign Ministry. Observers at the
trial had the impression that Mr.
Kiesinger seemed to be defending
his own past as much as testifying
for the defense.
1961 by the National Opinion Re-
search C*ntr of the Ur-iverjiry of
Chicago, embraced 34,000 college
students. Of this number, 3,632, or
II percent, said they had been
raised as Jews. Tht original group
was re-surveyed in 1962, 1963 and
1964.
Apostates numbered 13 percent
of the Jews and 12 percent of the
Protestants, but onlv 7 percent of
OFFICIAL ISRAELI REACTION
the Catholics. The authors explain
that apostasy means different
things to the different faiths. Th
Protestant or Catholic apostate re
jects only his religion, the Jewish
apostate both his religion and the
ties to his community. However,
the authors add that the forces
making for the weakening of Jew
Continued on Pag* 8-A
Missiles No Substitute
For Supersonic Planes
CHANCCU0R KIlSINGtB
JERUSALEM iJTA)A Foreign
j Ministry spokesman said here this
week that the supply of an addi-
i tional quantity of H a w k anti-
\ aircraft missiles by the United
States "had no bearing" on the
main problems of Israel's deter-
WORLD UNION PARLEY
Reform 'Recognition'
Demanded In Israel
JERUSALEM CWNS) The
World Union for Progressive Ju-
daism, at its iir tion in Israel, sounded a call for
full recognition of the Reform
movement and its rabbinate.
The call was sounded by the
I'nion president. Rabbi Jacob K
Sliankman of the United States at
the opening session of the parley
before an audience of some 500
delegates, including Premier Levi
Eshkol and Mayor Teddy Kollek
of Jerusalem. Rabbi Shankman
urged recognition of the right of
Reform rabbis to perform wedding
ceremonies, wider participation of
the liberal religious movement in
the religious affairs of the country
and the same financial help to Re-
form synagogues as is given to
other congregations.
Prior to the official opening of
the convention. Rabbi Shankman
conferred with Premier Levi Esh-
kol and informed him of the
Union's decision to abandon plans
rent and defensive power. He said
the central problem facing Israel
is the growing gap. since the June.
1967 Six-Day War. in the number
and quality of supersonic planes
possessed and bein^ acquired by
Egypt and Syria and the number
and quality of such planes existing
in Israel adding that it would be
wrong to see any connection with
Israel's central problem in the sup-
ply of the Hawk missiles, which
had been agreed upon for some
time,
"Nevertheless," he commented,
"the arrangement to supply Israel
with the Hawks on credit was re-
ceived with satisfaction "
These remark- were the first of-
ficial comment by Israel on the
sale 'it the American surface-to-air
missile, which was announced in
Washington. Israelis -me I divid-
ed on how to regai I that an-
nouncement, some seeing it a. an
I oblique warning to the Arabs and
Soviet Russia that the U.S. inten '...
to bolster Israel's defenses in vie*'
of the massive rearming of her
Arab foes, and others taking the
view that the missile sale was a sop
to Israelis and to public opinion it
home while the Administration
C intinues to delay action on
rael'S request for 50 F-4 super
sonic Phantom jets, America n
id\ a need military plane
The dim view was report*a'<
shared in Israeli defense cire'es,
where the U.S. was charged wi-H
"avoiding the real issue." Accor**
ing to one informant, "The Hawx*
are a good antiaircraft defer.a,
but the Phantoms are what Isri*'
really needs."
The United States agreed to i
Hawks to Israel in 1!K>2 to offset
weapons acquired by the Arab
states from the Soviet bloc En .-,
missiles to form a battalion were
Continued on Page ISA
U.S. Says No Change
In Status Of Phantoms
MABBI SHANKMAN
to hold a mixed pilgrimage of
prayer to the West Wall in defi-
ance of a ban by the Ministry for
Religious Affairs, backed by the
Knesset Interior Committee. The
Reform Jewish leader told Mr.
Eshkol the decision was made with
a view to eliminating strife among
Jews.
WASHINGTON (JTAi Official
U.S. government sources said this
week the decision to sell Israel
additional Hawk antiaircraft mis-
siles did not indicate a change in
the status of Israel's application to
purchase 50 F-4 supersonic Phan-
tom jet fighter-bombers. The Is-
raeli request made officially by
Prime Minister Levi Eshkol last
January "remains under active
study." an official said.
The comment on the Hawk sale
announced by the Pentagon came
INDEPENDENT MOVE DISCLOSED
West Bank Arabs Call Halt To Peace Efforts
JERUSALEM iJTA) Arab
leaders of the West Bank have
called a halt, at least temporarily.
to activities directed toward possi-
ble separate peace talks with Is-
rael, it was learned from reliable
sources here. The disclosure that
Arab leaders had discussed some
of their peace plans with British.
American and other foreign con-
sular officials in Jerusalem appar-
ently embarrassed the governments
involved. It was explained that con-
i u officials were not trying to
pressure or influence anyone but
sought merely to find out what kind
of plan might be acceptable.
The acting Consul General of
Great Britain told the Israeli For-
eign Mini-try that no initiative
had been taken by legation officials
to propagate a plan discussed by
various groups of West Bank lead-
ers to request a United Nations
mandate f >r the West Bank for
five years. The British offic al said
he called on the Foreign Mini try
on his own Initiative after reading
press reports ll a meeting i.f Arab
notables m Nablus, where a British
vice-consul was said to have ex-
plained the plan.
According to the acting Consul
General, a vice-consul who attend-
ed the Nablus meeting in the course
of his normal duties was asked
about a plan, apparently of Tunis-
ian origin, that had appeared in
the London Times. The British of-
ficial said the vice consul did not
initiate the conversation nor in any
way advance or propagate the plan.
He added that the British Consulate
! -tot engage in political activt-
1 ties among the people of Israeli-
j occupied territories.
The West Bank Arabs have de-
cided to leave peace efforts, for
! the time being, to the Arab gov-
ernments and the Big Powers. They
were said to be waiting to see the
outcome of President Nasser >
' visit to Moscow before the) move
any further on their own. They
lave also rued that so far Israel
has not been willing to commit
Itself to in) plan until peace talks
. under lywith the Arab states.
i as persons in Congress and othi?r
quarters speculated on whether thfi
I Administration considered the mis-
siles a substitute for the Phantoms.
| A State Department source said
1 the Hawk sale was justifiable be-
; cause it involved "purely defensive
' arms" while a Phantom transac
tion would be "controversial in
that this i> an attack aircraft that
| has an aggressive potential."
Rep. William Broomfield (R-
Mich.i. a member of the House
Foreign .Affairs Committee, d
clared that Congress must contin
to press for action on Israel's re
quest tor the supersonic Phantoms,
Additional Hawk missiles sold to
Israel "would do nothing to en-
hance her strike capacity, the key
to her ability to deter ressi >n "
he said, adding that advocates if
the long-pending Phantom applica-
tion "must not be confused into
misguided conclusion that Israel's
defense requirements have been
met
"Arab airfields are jammed with
the latest Soviet jet fighters and
bombers," Rep. Broomfield pointed
out. "but not a single super.-onic
Met lost by Israel in the SixDiy
War or subsequently has been
placed


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+Jeni Friday. July 12.
Data Finds Shortage
Of Jewish Chaplains
NEW YORK (JTA) Data from seminary school for chaplains,
the Commission on Jewish Chap- starting in the fali, in a program
laincy indicate there is now a in which all rabbinic candidates
shortage of 16 Jewish military must choose either military chap-
chapUins, relative to an agreed- laincy duty or civilian chaplaincy
upon quota of 80 such chaplains, | assignments,
and that the shortage will increase
to 20 by the end of the year, it j Accrding to the Commission
was learned here this week. idata- ther* ar* nw Jewish
According to
data, there are .
, military chaplains on duty. 16 short
The commission, an affiliate of of the 80-man quota, and 14 will
the National Jewish Welfare Board,
is the official Jewish liaison or-
ganization for certifying Jewish
chaplains for military service.
The data were made available
as members of the commission
met this wek to hear a report
from Rabbi Aryeh Lev. director,
on th* problems developing from
the decision of the Yeshiva Uni-
versity (Orthodox) and the Jewish
Theological Seminary (Conserva-
tive) to drop their participation in
the military chaplaincy draft.

He warned that the decrease in
the number of chaplains would
result in an increase in intermar-
riages among Jews in the armed
services.
He said that the "general stu
Yeshiva University's Rabbi Isaac dent spirit of revolt" had affected
Elchanan Theological Seminary the rabbinical schools and that the
suspended participation in the chaplaincy -has apparently been
draft, effective last Jan. 1. in favor one of the first casualties of this
of a one-year test of volunteering revolution."
be released this year after their
! iwo-year tours of duty.
Four Reform, on* Conservative
and five Orthodox rabbinic afca.
feaftl are now being process** for
service, for a total of M) now mili-
tary chaplains to replace th* 14
who will be discharged.
Rabbi Lev told the meeting that
li'spite the difficulties attending
the draft program since us incep-
tion in 1950. he felt it would not
have been dropped by the Ortho-
dox and Conservative groups while
three million men are in the armed
forces, were it not for the political
and moral problems raised by the
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Moscow Chief Rabbi Yehuda Leib Levin is shown address-
ing a special meelinq of the New York Board of Rabbis
durinq his recent visit to the United States and Canada.
EBAN TELLS CABINET
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On Nazi Holocaust Era
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Education for pupils in Jewish high
schools, it was disclosed this week.
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murder of the six million Euro
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Is Propaganda Effort
SALEM (JTA) Foreign i oresidenl ol the Southern Yemen
\ iba S Kb.m this week
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by Egypt, an alleged develop
men! that made headlines around
the world during the past few days.
Mr. Eban, in a report to the Cabi-
nel on the current international po-
itical situation, said all available
nee indicated thai E pt's
stand was as intransigent a> ever
In Moscow, Communist Party
boss Leonid Brezhnev linked Israeli
. gression" in the Middle Bast
with American "aggression" in
Viel Nam and West Herman "re-
vanehism" and told graduates of
Soviet military academies, "All
this demands thai we retain vigi-
lance and raise in every way the
combat readiness of our troops "
lie urged "peaceful settlement of
ripe international problems" such
a- the Arab-Israeli dispute.
Italy's new Premier, Senator
Giovanni Leone, outlining his pro-
gram in a speech to the Italian
Parliament in Koine, said Italy
would continue to support the
Noi 22, ISMi? U.N. resolution in
the Middle East.
Mi Eban based his negative as-
sessment on three recent develop
menu which appear to have been
overshadowed by the "peace offen-
sive reports in the press One, he
-.ik. w.i- Egyptian President Nas-
ser's bellicose speeches in Moscow
where he was feted by Kremlin
leaders, Mr. Nasser used aggres-
sue phrases. Mr. Khan asserted,
ami declared that 'every inch of
v.ib soil must be liberated." An-
other development, which he -aid
was largely overlooked by the
world press, was the joint state-
ment issued by Mr. Nasser and the
tepublic on July 2. which desi no-
il the liquidation of the conse-
< -" of the June, 1967 Arab-
' srael war ;;- only a first phase,
ifter which would come the "liber-
ition m' Palestine," Mr. Khan said
Finally, there was the official de-
nial in Cairo of a remark attrib:
jted to the Egyptian Foreign Min-
ster, Mahmoud Riad, that Egypt
"recognized the reality" of Israel's
existence. The latter remark, re-
portedly made by Mr Riad at a
press conference in Copenhagen,
w.i- originally reported by only
one of the journalists present, the
Reuters correspondent. The re-
porter ha- since backed down, say-
ing he was 'not sure" that Mr.
Riad had actually made the state-
ment.
In view of these factors. Mr.
Eban said it is obvious that Egypt
does not. at present, want to firing
its 20-year-old dispute with Israel
to iin end. Israel, he said, will
make these points Clear before in-
ternational bodies and in world
capitals. Israel will also reiterate
Us readiness to meet with Egyp-
tian representatives in order to try
to change their negative policies,
he Foreign Minister said lie re-
ported further that Israel continues
it- willingness to cooperate with
the United Nations peace envoy,
Ambassador Gunnar \. Jarring, in
his efforts to bring permanent
peace to the Middle East.

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Hebrew Congregations published
last January an anthology for use
as a textbook in Reform Hebrew
high school departments. It is en-
titled "Out ol the Whirl i ind: A
Reader on Holocaust Literature."
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titled, it is expected to be pub-
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mission, who. with Dr. Danie
Greenberg 01 Sudbury, Mass. is
writing the textbook.
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Communist Leader
Raps Anti-Semitism
In Soviet Union
LOS ANGELES (WNS) Doro-
thy Healy, head of the Communist
Party in California, has come out
with a sharp attack on Soviet anti-
Semitism in the current issue of
"Party Affair," Communist Party
monthly. This is believed to be the
first time that a non-Jewish Amer-
ican Communist has spoken out on
the subject.
She was particularly critical of
an article that had been published
in a Soviet youth paper which had
isserted that between 20.000,000
i.l 25,000,000 Zionist supporters
were in control of the American
economy, dominating close to 60
percent of the enterprises, 80 per-
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Israel Announces
Changes In Staff
Officers9 Posts
TEL AVIV The Israeli
Army headquarters announced a
number of appointment changes
for its higher command officers.
Brig. Gen. Rehavam Zeevi will
take over the cen'ral command
from Brig Gen. Uzzi Narkis. who
headed the operation against Jor-
dan in the Six-Day War, including
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.iliyah (immigration) department
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post as assistant chief of the gen-
eral headquarters department.
Lithuanian born Col. Yitzhak
Arad, who was a partisan in World
War II and joined the Palmach. the
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jfter coming to Israel, was ap-
pointed Army chief education offi-
cer, replacing Col. Mordechai Bar-
On. who will head the youth and
halutz department of the Jewish
Agency.
Jerusalem-born Brig.-Gen. Amos
\orev, former Army deputy chief
scientist, has been appointed head
of ordnance development at gen-
eral headquarters, replacing Brig.
Gen. Matityahu Pelled. Gen. Pel-
led will continue his higher studies
ind eventually join the academic
itaff at Tel Aviv University.
Rabbi Berger Quits
Council For Judaism
NEW YORK UTA) Officials
of the American Council for Juda-
ism have confirmed that Rabbi
Elmer Berger, its executive vice
president and principal spokesman
since 1943. has severed his con-
nection with the anti-Zionist or-
ganization, but they declined to
discuss the circumstances.
Rabbi Berger, 68. a bitter foe
of the State of Israel and of the
Zionist Movement, submitted his
resignation to the Council Board
last week. According to Clarence
L. Coleman. board chairman, it
was accepted "with regret."
Council officials termed "pre-
posterous" reports that Rabbi
Berger's resignation had been pre-
cipitated by adverse publicity in
connection with the visit here of
Rabbi Yehuda Leib I-evin of Mos-
cow at the Council's invitation.
Rabbi Berger's resignation fol-
lowed by a matter of weeks the
resignation of the Council's execu-
tive director and another staff
member. In a statement made fol-
lowing his resignation as executive
director, Dr. Morton Mezvirvsky
charged that Rabbi Berger had
given speech writing assistance to
the Syrian Ambassador to the
United Nations.
United Synagogue
Condemns State
Lottery Programs
NEW YORK (JTA>The United
Synagogue of America, the congre-
gational body of Conservative Ju-
daism, has sharply condemned
state lotteries. An editorial in the
religious body's quarterly, the
United Synagogue Review, charged
that lotteries such as those in New
York and New Hampshire which
resort to gambling to help support
community institutions and educa-
tion were "transferring the burden
of the cost of government from
those who can afford it to those
who can afford it least."
The editorial pointed out that
since 1957. the United Synagogue
has maintained "a strict standard
for synagogue practices" which re-
jects gambling for fund raising and
that a number of Conservative con-
gregaions have been expelled for
refusing to eliminate their bingo
james. The United Synagogue code
calls for fund raising which must
have "spirituality in the Jewish
I tradition." the Review said,
i
It cited the failure of the New
' York and New Hampshire lotteries
j to produce revenues anywhere near
original estimates as proof that
I "the grass roots of our states are
I not quite the suckers that their leg-
islators made them out to be."
servative Temple throughout the
years, has been unanimously elect-
ed to a fourth consecutive term as
president of the temple.
Elected with Mr. Rosen to serve
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Drell. Dr. Samuel Greenfield, Rob-
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Other officers are Jerry Lelchuk.
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Sussman and Irwin Zuckerman
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LEVIN REPORTS
ON U.S. TRIP
LONDON (JTA) Rabbi
Yehuda Leib Levin, who re-
turned to Moscow from the
United States last week, told
his congregation at Moscow's
Choral Synagogue, "Ameri-
can Jews have the most dis-
torted and utterly incorrect
notions about Jewish life in
the Soviet Union." But he
said his trip had been "useful
In dispelling some of their
misconceptions." The rabbi
reported that during his U.S.
visit with Cantor David Stis-
kin. of Leningrad, they had
to explain on many occasions
that all Soviet people had
equal rights whatever their
nationality or denomination.
Tull Support' Urged
For Negro Business
Mil in in ii i ii Drive
Nets Funds For
Variety Hospital
The City of Miami Beautifica-
lion Committee has been awarded
national recognition for its cam-
paign to rid South Florida road-
sides, beaches and recreation of
scrap metal. Ladybird Johnson
presented the award to the com-
mittee for the program which not
only beautifies the area, but also
provides revenue for Variety Ch'l-
dren's Hospital and working mate-
rial for handicapped workers at
Goodwill Industries.
An appeal Issued this week by
the committee urged organizations
an num scrap TV dinner trays.
cheese-dip containers, foil and bev.
erage cansat the many Goodwill
deposit bins in Dade and Broward
counties.
SAN FRANCISCO (JTA) The
i National Community Relations Ad-
I visory Council concluding its four-
\ day plenary session here, issued a
: declaration on "equal opportunity"
1 which urged "full support by Jew-
i ish groups to urban coalitions and
1 other anti-poverty efforts" and en-
dorsed aid lo the establishment of
' Negro-owned businesses in ghetto
1 areas.
At the tame tint*, the Council
recommended that the Jewish com- I
munitv assist Jewish merrhts
who have suffered from ghetto ;
! riots and want to relocate.
Other policy declarations adopt- i
ed by the 230 specialists in inter-
group relations supported the "pro- |
priety" of non-violent civil dis-
obedience as a force for social I
i hange but condemned "'violence in j
any form" as a threat to traditional '
American civil liberties. The dele-
gates representing nine national
organizations and 81 local commu-
nity relations councils, reaffirmed ,
the NCRAC's traditional opposition .
to the use of public funds to assist
sectarian schools.
Representatives of the Union of
Orthodox Jewish Congregations
dissented, however.
The NCRAC also warned against
"too much reliance" on a commer-
cial industrial approach to ghetto
problems. While it recognized the
contributions of jobs, housing and
oilier resources that business and
industry, subsidized by government
fends, could make to the urban
crisis, it saw that approach as ere
on economic validity rather than
social need."
In its statements on violence and
non-violence, the NCRAC said that
non-violent action "to provoke
change through judicial review or
orderly political action," even
when unlawful, "may serve the
profoundest interests of a democ-
racy" by correcting injustices. But
it foresaw "danger of a progressive
impairment of orderly democratic
procedures by groups using vio-
lence who not only undermine
democratic processes themselves
but also invite the political repres-
sion of civil liberties."
An advocate of Black separatism
who addressed the sessions de-
scribed integration as a threat to
the Negro's cultural identity and
argued before 250 Jewish commu-
nity relations leaders for partition-
ing an independent Negro "home-
land" ir, the United States where
blacks could create a "majority
culture." His separatist arguments
ran contrary to the views of the
agencies comprising the National
Community Relations Council, re-
iectin/j "separate but equal" as
"equally fallacious, whether ad-
vanced by white segregationists or
Negro separatists."
Prof. Robert S. Browne of Fair
leigh Dickinson University, a lead-
er in the Black Power Conference,
told the NCRAC plenary session
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mean full assimilationa loss of
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eaders in which high level strate
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Officially, the absence of Dcpu-
'.) \\ ilhelm .hitman has been ex
plaim d by the fact thai he is In
In hospital, it was reliablj re
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on in the party counsels would
embarrass NPD chairman Adolph
Von Thadden, who i- trying to rid
the party Image of the taint ol
extremism.
Jut man. who served a long pris-
on-sentence beginning in 1947, has
been accused of taking part in the
notorious "crystal night'" of No-
vember 1938. when synagogues
were burned and Jewish business
establishments were wrecked all
over Germany,
Von Thadden announced at a
press conference that the NPD
will spend between nine and ten
million marks (more than $2 mil-
lion) in its campaign for seats in
the Bundestag, West Germany's
lower house.
Bayard Rustin, the Negro civil
rights leader who debated the issue
with Prof. Browne before the gath-
ering, rejected separatism as "to-
tally unrealistic." The Negro com-
munity lacks economic, political
and sociological elements for a
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Bonn (JTA) West Germany's
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pressed surprise this week that he
was selected for the post but said
he was "very keen to go to Israel"
as a result of many meetings with
Israeli colleagues.
Karl Herman Knoke, who is pres-
ently Bonn's Ambassador to the
Netherlands, in an interview with
German newspapers, added, "One
should not forget what crimes the
Germans committed against the
Jewish people and this is a burden
which is upon us."
The party, which has been
cribed here and abroad as
Nazi," holds seats in seven of the
country's ll provincial legisla-
'utes. Its electoral progress has
been viewed with growing alarm.
Hopes entertained h> the NPD
ihat a new election would have to
v called in Baden-Wurrtemberg,
scene ol the party's greatest elec-
"!\i! triumph. Acre apparent!)
sipated when it was disclosed
li.ii the Social Democratic Party
voted, I .i large majority, to
continue its coalition with the
Christian Democratic Union in the
state.
The neo-Nazi party won 9.8 per-
cent of the -eats m the state legis-
lature April 28. mainly at the ex-
pense of the Social Democrats.
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crats from the coalition would have
made new elections necessary
since the Christian Democrats did
not have a majority by themselves
and the only other party with
whom they could enter a coalition,
the Free Democrats, refused to
join them.
Meanwhile, Franz Josef Strauss,
the Federal Finance Minister and
chairman of the Christian Social
Union Party, has spoken out against
the continued prosecution of Naii
war criminals beyond the end of
next year.
He told a CSU youth group, "the
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that way." He said the time had
come to call a halt.
Three years ago, the Bundestag
voted to extend the 20 year statute
i of limitations for war crimes un-
jtil Jan. 1. 1970.
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Judaism For All Jews
As a religious liberal. 1 am
somewhat dismayed by recent
statements of my Orthodox Jew-
ish brethren in Israel, Fallsburg,
N.Y.. and Miami which would in-
dicate that my use of the word
"brother" would be offensive to
them since they have some doubts
about my Jewishness.
Although he is an Orthodox
leader. Rabbi Emanuel Rackman
was frank enough in an appear-
ance before Reform rabbis at the
recent CCAR convention to warn
that there were strong elements
within his ranks who wish to re-
ject and refuse to recognixe mar-
riages performed by non-Orthodox
rabbis.
"We need," he said, "more of
the dialogue which took place in
June of 1967 when the Israel
crisis brought us together, and
we need religious school curricu-
lum which would stress intra-
faith relations as much as inter-
faith study."
But Rabbi Rackman would ap-
pear to stand almost alone among
the Orthodox in his implied rec-
ognition of the other branches of
Judaism, Reform or Conserva-
tive.
In an article in The Jewish
Floridian two weeks ago. Rabbi
Berel Wein wrote on the "Prob-
lem of Conversion" in a manner
which indicated not only a strong
difference on the subjectwhich
certainly is his privilege and
dutybut a contempt for the
non-Orthodox rabbinate.
"Encouraged by liberal cler
gy," he wrote, "(many of whom
take themselves seriously as be-
ing a 'light unto the nations'),
theae people (converts) are duped
into believing that by saying 'I
am a Jew." one becomes a Jew."
Now. ii is true that conversion
Jew on the basis of accident of
birth alone but will reject those
converts or children who have
accepted Judaism on the basis of
a religious education which far
too many "born Jews" have not
received or have refused.
And, in Israel, where mother-
hood won the battle several years
ago in a debate over "Who is a
Jew?" the Orthodox leaders of
that nation last week denied
mothers of a liberal religious per-
suasion the right to worship with
their men at the Wailing Wall.
Delegates to the World Union
for Progressive Judaism, meeting
in Jerusalem, challenged the de-
cision of the Religious Affairs
Ministry that the sexes should be
separated in prayer.
Rabbi Maurice Eisendrath. who
heads the Reform movement in
this country, pointed out, "The
Kote! (Western Wall) is not the
possession of one segment, but
belongs to all Jews."
It seems to me that this, really,
is the point. That just as modern
orthodoxy, in spite of its claim
to pristine purity, has chosen
what it wishes from Jewish tradi-
tion, so have Reform and Con-
servative Judaism. History will
decide who are the Pharisees or
Sadducees of our time and, in
the meantime, we ought to go on
with the business of living with
each other, because Judaism "be-
longs to all Jews."
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Survey Probes Extent
Of Campus 'Apostasy'
Continued tr.m Page I-A
ish identity, of which religion is
only one element, also contributed
to the erosion of religious commit
ment among Christians.
Addressing themselves to Hie
question of how durable or tempo-
rary a phenomenon was apostasy
whether, for example, ii was part
of "a general adolescent syn-
drome"the authors examined re-
sponses gathered three years after
the original data. Shifts were un-
covered among both apostates and
persons retaining their Jewish
identity, but "the shifts that did
occur indicate that apostasy is a
much more unstable position than
is identification."
Slightly fewer than 5 percent of
those who identified themselves as
Jews in the initial study subse-
quently shifted to apostasy, where-
as 46 percent of the earlier apos-
tates moved back to the position of
Jewish identity, the authors rp-
vealed.
The research team concluded
that the forces making tor apos-
tasy during the formative, e-pc
cially college, years tend to abate
during the postgraduate years.
They added:
"The fact that almost half of the
nginal group of apostates had re-
affirmed their Jewish identity
three years later shows that apos-
tasy is for many a tentative, ex-
perimental stance rather than a
' firm conviction. The forces mak-
ing fin the reintegration of apos-
tates seems to be much more
powerful than those generating
new apostasy."
The three authors plan to pre
pare a fuller monograph on their
j findings by the end of 1968. This
monograph will cover a number of
topics not dealt with in the pre-
' liminary report, including the
qualities that make for apostasy
among Christian students, the col-
leges that seem to be breeding
grounds for apostas) and the de-
terminants of intermarriage.
The preliminary findings in large
part focused on the factors making
for apostasy among the Jewish
students. Among the findings were
these:
Even though girls are tradi-
tionally closer to the family set
ting, where religious and other
basic identifications are learned,
Jewish girl students showed al-
Knesset Rejects Bid For Upper Chamber
JERUSALEM (JTA-The Knes In Avneri. an independent mem-
set has rejected a private mem- f "" sai" ,ht' PurP*e "
advance senior members of the
ber's bill to establish an upper Kn(.vS(.( ;in upper house to en-
hou.se in the Israeli Parliament. BDje the inflow of "fresh blood"
The bill had been introduced by into the existing house.
A MISS AGE FROM \ >
^ THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED
Empress Farah of Iran qreets a younq patient durinq a
tour of the Jewish Communal Hospital in Tehran followinq
the dedication of a new surqical winq. The hospital is part
the Joint Distribution Committee with United Jewish Appeal
funds. ^__________________________
most as high an apostasy rate as in small towns and cities were
boys: ii percent against 14 per somewhat more likely to retain
,.,.j,l their Jewish identity than those
The family's socio-economic who grew up in large cities or in
status had little bearing on the |the suburbs of such large cities,
apostasy rate. j hut here too the differences were
College students who grew up quite small.
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Now. it is true that conversion .
iracttces of Reform and Consen I if YOU
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vert" thai after attending a few
instructional classes at a local
temple he felt that "changing re-
ligions was easier and less tech-
nical than changing party affilia-
tions for the primaries" is to dis-
play a bias and an ignorance of
the subject that doesn't square
with what we have felt about
Rabbi Wein, a man whose re-
ligious approach we respect even
if we don't agree with it.
But it comes as no surprise.
The traditional Jew has no diffi-
culty in defining a Jew in the
simplest terms: one who is born
of a Jewish mother.
Thus, it was easy for Rabbi
Pesach Levovitz, speaking to the
Rabbinical Council of America
(Orthodox) at its Fallsburg con-
vention, to condemn the Recon-
structionist movement of Morde-
cai Kaplan, one of the great Jew-
ish thinkers of modern times, for
suggesting otherwise.
The Reconstructionists will ac-
cept as Jews children of a Jewish
father and a non converted wom-
an provided that they have been
brought up as Jews, been educat-
ed religiously and confirmed (bar
and bas mitzvah).
To a liberal Jew, this makes
more sense than the quasi racist
stand which is willing to accept
the uncommitted and ignorant
r Let dim of ear
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Sen. Griffin
Denies He's
Anti-Semitic
WASHINGTON (JTAI Sen.
Robert P. Griffin, the Michigan
Republican who Is spearheading
the fight against the confirmation
of Associate Justice Abe Fort as as
Chief Justice of the United States,
complajned this week that he was
being subjected to heavy pressure
which, he hinted, was being gener-
ated by the White House, and was
being accused of anti-Semitism.
He was quoted as having told a
Republican policy committee meet-
ing that reports his opposition to
the Fortas appointment was due
to anti-Semitism were false.
White House and Senate mail
has revealed that the religion of
Justice Fortas has been the reason
for much of the opposition to his
appointment. Peter Liaagor, Wash-
ington correspondent of the Chi-
cago Daily News, reported.
Mr. Liaagor described the stand
taken by B'nai B'rith International
President William Wexler. support-
ing the Fortas appointment and
opposing the filibuster threatened
toy Sen. Griffin. He quoted a B'nai
B'rith official as stating that a
campaign like the one against Jus-
tice Fortas. even under respectable
auspices, "brings the bigots o,it of
the woodwork."
The B'nai B'rith told the Chicago
new-paper. "It would be bad for
the status of all minority groups if
the move against Fortas were al-
lowed to succeed."'
Arabs Take To Hebrew StLVJr
Councilman Ed Bramson of
the City of South Miami has
been named treasurer of the
Dade County Leaque of Muni-
i cipalities. A Certified Public
I Accountant. Mr. Bramson re-
sides with his wife and child-
ren in the Twin Lakes area
of South Miami.
School Reform Bill
Sent To Knesset
JERUSALEM (JTA) The Cab-
inet this week approved and for-
warded to the Knesset (Parlia-
ment! a plan to reform the Israel
school system, basing it on three
educational stages of six. three and
three years instead of the present
eight and four year steps. One of
the recommendations adopted by
.1 divided Cabinet calls for raising
compulsory and free schooling to
nine years instead of the present
eight while an alternate draft pro-
posed to raise it to 10 years.
Klementary school teachers re-
cently held a one-day strike in
protest against the expected immi-
nent approval of the plan which
was worked out by a Parliamen-
tary committee. Proposals of Prof.
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advisory council on education to
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JERUSALEMSome 625 Arabs
in East Jerusalem and in the West
Bank cities of Hebron. Bethlehem.
Ramallah and Nablus are now
studying Hebrew, or are about to
take up such studies, at special
; courses initiated by the Adult Ed-
ucation Center of the Hebrew I'm-
, varsity of Jerusalem.
At the same time, more than 100
residents of West Jerusalem are
attending Arabic language courses.
also sponsored by the Hebrew Uni-
versity.
In the wake af these endeavors
to learn one another's language,
1 several cultural encounters and
social people-to-people meetings
are now taking place between
, Arabs and Jews from both sides
of the formerly divided city.
The start was modest. In early
, September last year, a Hebrew
! language class for 16 young Arabs
was opened, at their request, at
the Al RaibJdiya High School near
the Rockefeller Museum in East
Jerusalem. Despite the fact that
this Hebrew ulpan was not adver-
tised, the project snowballed and
within a few months a total of .'(no
Arab pupils were enrolled at He-
brew language afternoon and eve-
ning courses al the high school.
The students, most of them
Moslems in their 20's, will gradu-
ate from the course fully convers-
ant in Hebrew.
Because of the similarities be-
tween Arabic and Hebrew, they
have caught on quick!) to the new
language, pronouncing its gutteral
sounds in a way which many new
immigrants to Israel might envy. (
Their teachers are Israelis, Arabs
as well as .lews, on the staff of the
university's adult education center,
Parallel to this course, another
Hebrew language Ulpan for some
150 Arabs (mainly Christians) was
opened last fall at the Ecce Homo
Convent of the Roman Catholic
Order of the Sisters of our Lady
ol Zion, on Via Dolorosa in the old
City,
The convent also is host to some
100 Jews from West Jerusalem
who are learning Arabic at courses
given by Arabic-language teachers
ol the Hebrew University.
Among the Arab students is a
Christian monk who, after having
attended his Hebrew lesson, goes to
the adjoinirg class roomto be-
come a teacher in Arabic for Jew-
ish pupils.
For Arab and Jew alike, the
history 11 the Ecce Homo Convent
has much emotional impact as
they learn side by side on a site
which was ihe last Jewish strong- .
hold (the Portress of Antonio) in
biblical Jerusalem through which
Titus entered the Temple yard dur-
ing the Roman conquest.
Apart from these language teach.
ing projects in the eastern part of
the city, the center is holding
courses in Arabic for West Jem- I
' salemites at Bet Hillel. Some 20 '
Israelis have studied Arabic there
.since last September
Meanwhile, the Hebrew Ian- ,
'< guage courses are spreading all I
over the Western Bank of the .lor- \
dan at the request ol local Arab ;
residents.
Several months alter the open-
Seven Jews Elected
To Canadian House
MONTREAL (JTA)-Scven Jews
will hold seats in the new Canadian
Parliament, four of them members
of Prime Minister Pierre Elliott
Trudeau's Liberal Partv and three
representing the New Democratic
Party.
Montreal, with the largest Jewish
community in the country, lost the
Jewish representation it had had
continuously in the House since
1917. owing to a redistribution
which left Milton Klein, former in-
cumbent, without a constituency.
in^ of the ulpan in the Old City, a
delegation of Arabs from Hebron
went to Jerusalem to ask Kalman
I Yaron. director of the university's
i adult education center and the
driving force behind the language
. study projects, to set up classes
I also in their city. Within a few
months, some 100 Hcbronitcs in a
total of 4 classes were learning
Hebrew.
In Bethlehem, aO Arabs in three
classes are attending university-
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Israel Policies Worry
Tews In South Africa
IWESBURG UTA) Is-
bind in the United Nations
south Alrican policies was
iliis week lo be the cause
iderablc uneasiness among
frican Jews whe fear ;i (Ic-
on in relations between
^untry and Israel.
fears were increased last
hen the South African For-
pister, Hileard Muller. pub
pticized Israel's Ansbassa
f-.ic in.. Yosef Tekoah.
ekoah had declared, in the
|of a General Assembly de-
the future status of South
frica, that the Republic ot
rica forfeited its mandate
i territory because it vio-
aims ol the trust placed
the mandatory power. Dr.
accused Ambassador Te'
trying to win the favor "of
by hostile utterances" on
rican affairs, a procedure
aid was not likely to win
rican friendship.
African Jewish leaders
cted adversely to the Te-
>ah" ^atement. Maurice Porter,
i of the Sooth African
oard of Deputies, said at
thly metir.3 here that
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Sooth African Jews read Mr. Te-
koah's speech with surprise and
i egret."
Noting that the South African
Jewish community was anxious for
improved relations between the
Republic and Israel and welcomed
; 11ends in that direction in recent
months, he said he understood the
special problems Israel faced in
the UN. but deplored any state-
ments which might impede the
restoration of harmonious relations
between the two countries.
Muller's remarks were made in
reply to an appeal in Parliament
I by Etiennc Malan for South Afri-
can diplomatic representation in
Israel. Dr. Muller said that matter
ol such representation was "being
considered." He observed that Is-
rael harl a legation in South Af-
ica but that lor some years it had
icl appointed a minister and the
legation was directed by charge
I'affaires.
Two members of the Knesset
who arriveH here last week on a
icodwill visit, deplored Israel's at-
tacks on South Africa in the United
Nations and said they would form
n Israel-South Africa Friendship
League to work for a change in
Israel's attitude.
The MKs air Shmucl Tamil" and
Bliezer Sho-tak of the Free Center
Party. The Free Center consists of
three members who broke awaj
from the rightist Herat Party
They told the Jewish Tele
.laphic Agency that South Africa
bail shown friendship and given
valuable assistance to Israel from
the time that Gen. Jan Christian
I Smuts helped secure the Balfoiu
Declaration. They noted that for-
mer Prime Minister Dr. Daniel
Malan had been the first foreign
Chief of State to visit Israel and
that the present Prime Minister.
John Vorster. had permitted aid
' to flow from South Africa to Israel
j during last June's Six-Day War.
But instead of reciprocating such
; friendship. Israel has attacked
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rael Miller, chairman of the Amer-
ican Zioni-t Council, told a special
meeting Ol the Council that "thi'
future hopes ot our movement" la)
in the establishmenl ol a single
territorial Zionist movement, so
tiiat it becomes an effective Instru-
mentality in order for us "> imple-
ment our tasks and meet the new
Zionist Challenges." The meeting
was held to consider decisions tak-
en by the recently concluded World
Zionist Congress in Jerusalem.
Rabbi Miller told representatives
of the Council's nine constituent
national Zionist organizations that
the Congress offered American Zi-
onists "an unprecedented and much
needed opportunity to restructure
itself into a unified movement.
Since the American Zionist organi-
zations overwhelmingly supported
: the proposals. I am hopeful that
they are now prepared to move
ahead in the spirit of the decisions
made at the Zionist Congress." he
,said.
LONDON iJTA' Non-Jewish
Czech youths staged a pro-Israel
demonstration in downtown Prague
without official interference, it was
reported here this week. The
youngsters urged passersby to sign
petitions demanding the resump-
tion ol diplomatic relations with
Israel. Many people signed and
there was no intervention by po-
lice, according to the report.
In Tel Aviv, the Czech writer
Ladislav Mnacko predicted that it
would be a matter of only a few
months until the new regime in
Prague moved to renew diplomatic
relations with Israel which were
severed in the aftermath of last
June's Arab-Israel war. Mr. Mnacko
! came to Israel last year in self-
imposed exile because of his gov-
ernment's hostile attitude toward
l.-iael. Alter the liberalization in
Czechoslovakia he went back to
Prague but returned here last
week on a visit. Mr. Mnacko said
that the new regime has much to
do and its relations with Israel
Have not been given first priority.
A three vear diarj ol event- in
'the Jcv '-li ghetto of Olomuntz in
Moravia during World War II will
be published in Prague shortly in
ihe original Hebrew in which it
was written and in Czech transit
lion The diary, consisting of three
pocket size books tilled with en-
Mies in a tiny Hebrew script, was
discovered by workers rebuilding
a house on the site of the Theresi-
enstadt concentration camp. It was
packed in a leather case and was
,n good condition when curators at
the Jewish Museum here deci-
phered the writing and identified
the diary as the property of Egon
Redlif of Olomuntz.
It was also reported here that a
document was discovered in the
Czech national archives that re-
vealed the existence in 1942 of
Jewish resistance groups in Czech'
'Slovakia which sabotaged German
war-production plants. According
to the document, ever) member of
the group was caught in an act of
sabotage and executed b) the c.es
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FridaV- Ilv 12, 1963
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Cardinal Virtues
OlllZ BOX SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
By RABBI MURRAY ALSTET
The assassination of Dr. Martin
Luther King and Sen. Robert F.
Kennedy in a
period of two
months has so
stunned Ameri-
can people that
they are asking
in indignation
and condemna-
tion. "What is
wrong with our
Great Society?
b it sick? And
if so. what is
the remedy"
Our doctors of
aebi Afifet humanity and
social scientists have tried to diag-
nose the malady: Mhy the break-
down of law and order? Why is
'.here a wave of crime in the land,
an increase in robberies and hold-
ups and people in the big cities
afraid to walk alone in the streets?
Various theories have been ad-
vanced by these diagnosticians:
Some blame it on the ruthless
killing of the young Americans in
the Viet Nam War:
Some blame it on the race
riots in the big cities raging with
impunity for two years, except for
a few token arrests and overnight
jail sentences ;
Others point to present weak
ijun laws;
Still others blame TV and
movies that feed viewers with
murder and other crime stories.
Again, characters like the assas-
sins of King and Kennedy are
mentally sick. They have warped
minds that nurture grievances and
grudges in general: they have bit-
i terness in the hearts against po-
, litical figures, or they have mad
ambitions to get rich quick, and
if unsuccessful, will in desperation
shoot and kill to get it by hook or
: crook: or they may suffer from
| other frustrations in life.
Most of the remedies are in the
i main, palliatives. For a real cure
I of our social ills. I bid the doctors
I of humanities to listen to the
Voice of Religion, especially that
| of Judaism, which speaks to us in
this week's prophetic portion (Haf-
tarahi taken from Micah: "He hath
told thee, O man. what is good
and what the Lord requires of thee
i but to do justice, to love mercy and
! walk humbly with thy God."
To justiceIn a true democ-
I racy, every person regardless of
| race, color and national origin, has
the inalienable right to equal op-
; portunity to earn his livelihood
! through a job or position, doing an
j honest day's work in dignity with-
out expecting a handout.
To lovo mercyThis would im-
i ply acts of loving kindness through
I personal service, such as nursing
' the sick, helping the aged and
handicapped and comforting those
in sorrow.
Walk humbly with GodWe are
! expected to carry on our activities
! and successes in life without osten-
i tation. for self gain, vain glory.
1 publicity, influence and power in
the community, but rather do the
good deeds in a spirit of modesty.
In other words, the cardinal vir-
tues of the good life are four-square
Justice, Mercy, Humility and
Morality. They alone can restore
1 American life to sanity, amity,
unity and humanity.
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July 14 Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice.
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Guest: Rabbi Ralph P Kingsley. Temple Sinai of
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July 16 Ch. 2. 9:30 to 10:30 p.m. Man to Man
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Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
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By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is it required to refer to the
Exodus from Egypt every morn-
ing and every evening in the
prayers?
The Talmud (Berachot) bases
this on the Biblical command
which states "that thou mayest re-
member the day when thou earnest
forth out of the land of Egypt all
[he days of thy life" (Deuteronomy
16:3). claiming that this infers thai
one should bring to mind the Kx-
odus from Egypt day and night.
As was >iie case with many other
things the Rabbis cast this per-
formance into the framework of
the daily prayers. Thus the Jew
automatically fulfills this require-
ment in the course of his daily
morning and evening prayers.
Basically, of course, remember-
ing the Exodus from Egypt la a
very important cornerstone of the
Jewish faith. The Ten Command-
ments wihch spell out the basic
tenets of the faith begin with estab-
lishing the relationship between
God and Israel, casting God in the
role of ever reminding His people
"I am the Lord thy God who
brought thee out of the land of
Egypt, out of the House of Bond-
age" (Exodus 20:2).
Some moralists claim that the
whole Jewish religion both in be-
lief and practice centers around a
feeling of gratefulness on our part
for the deliverance from Egypt
which is the motivating factor be-
hind our obedience and desire to
please God.
Why ore the Rabbis insistent
that the passages through which
the Jew expresses his mindful
re* of the ancient Exodus from
Egypt bo connected with the
main body of prayer (the eigh-
teen benedictions) without inter-
ruption?
In the first place, this reminder
of the Exodus gives us our faith
that the Almighty listens to prayer
as He did to the cries of our an-
cestors in Egypt when he redeemed
them.
Secondly, some claim that this
gives us the key to the redemption
which all the world looks for in the
future. There is no redemption,
nor is there any salvation, without
prayer. Prayer is thus an indispen-
Balak
Balaam views the tents of Israel and predicts 3 h: .
future.
And Balaam saw Israel and said: How goodb
are thy tents. O Jacob, thy dwellings, O Israel" (Num. 24 2 5
BALAK Hearing of the Israelites' victory over the \ >
rites, Balak. king of Moab. became frightened.
Jointly with the elders of Midian. he sent messenger. >
Balaam, the son of Beor, urging him to curse Israel.
Balaam was both a soothsayer and a prophet, and it
believed that his curse would lead to the defeat of the Israel
But Balaam, hearkening to the voice of God. twice refused
to accompany Balak's messengers on the hostile mission.
Finally God said to Balaam: "Go with the men; but onl> tot
word that I shall speak unto thee, that thou shalt speak" (Num-
bers 22 35
En route to Balak. an angel warned Balaam. When he am..
ed. he had Balak build seven altars and make appropiate sac-
rificial offerings preliminary to Balaam's cursing Israel. B.t
when the time came. Balaam gave the Israelites his blessing
stead of his curse This reversal was repeated three times.
Moabite and Midianite women seduced some of the Israeli' -.
persuading them to worship the idol Baal of Peor. As a result,
a plague broke out in the Israelite camp The plague ceased or v
when Phineas stabbed an Israelite man to death for consort:';
with a Midianite woman.
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is attracted
and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage."
edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15. Publisher is S hen go Id. and the
volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President
of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang.
sible tool for the achievement of
redemption. The praying Jew i>
thus reminded that the redemption
he so eagerly looks forward to in
the future is inextricably bound up
with prayer which will eventually
lead to it, provided the prayers are
properly offered and given with
concentration and faith.
In the sequence of prayer, the
Jew thus proclaims his faith in God
by pronouncing the Shema i "Hear
O Israel, the Lord our God, the
Lord is One"), reminds himself of
what the Almighty did for him by
redeeming his ancestors from
Egypt and then immediately be-
seeches God to continue to bestow
His favor upon him by granting
him his requests for himself and
for all the people of Israel.
Why is it that the firstborn
son does not undergo the re-
demption ceremony (Pidyon
Hater) until he has passed the
30th day of his life?
Basically this is the requirement
stipulated in the Bible "from a
month old shalt thou redeem them"
(Numbers 18:16: Numbers 3:43).
Some claim that this is becj u*
a child of less than thirty da> is
not considered assured of beir.; j
full normal healthy child. Out
would only redeem a child one ls
reasonably sure would survive
In the Bible the assessment- of
valuation for individuals star- tf
the age of thirty days (Lev:- m
27:6). An interesting explan.r
has been offered by more n
writers, who claim that every p
ing unit of time in the child -
is dedicated with some cerert
of thanksgiving to the Almig
Thus after the first cycle of '
(i.e.. a week) has passed, a tv. a
circumcised on the eighth dj. i
his life. .After the second eye
passed (a month), the redemp:>-
ceremony of Pidyon Haben taktJ
place
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This serves as a form of r
nition that whatever time tui
brought us is something actual!)
granted to us by the Almight> :
whom we should show our giul
tude in recognizing that He is -
source of all life and the owner i
everything.
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AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA
TION. 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morris Barr.
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
BETH AM (TEMPLE) 5950 N. Ken.
dall Dr., S. Miami. Reform Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
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BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lioson.
) riday f, p.m Saturday : a m Sermon:
luest Speaker: Norman Upaon "The
Torah Leeaon." Bar Mltavah: Clifford,
'n of Mr am! Mr.*- Norman Miller.
Mincha 7:45 p.m.
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BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Avenue.
Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
Friday 7:3" p m Saturday a.m Ser-
mon: "Can KlKhteouaneaa Prevail?"
Study Class 7:15 p.m. MliK-ha 7 .'.
). m
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OETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12tn Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Canter Ben DiC*son.
Kriday at sunset. Saturday ":4r. a.m.
Sermon: "An Era of Curses'" 7 p.m.
The Portion o fthe Law 7:3" p.m. "An
Km of Bleaalnar."
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BETH SOLOMON. 50 NW 51t Place.
Conservative.
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RGTH TOV (TEMPLE). 6*38 SW 8*h
St. Conservative Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Seymour Hinkes.
Kriday at sunset. Saturday < a.m. Ser-
mon: Portion of the Week.
mon: "The Man Who
! Love Mincha 7 :.
u ,, I
t99th Strett. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham M. Cassel.
ISRAEL (TEMPLE). OF GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St Reform
Rahbi Joseph R. Narot.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 8175 Sw 5th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avro n L.
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Pimni
Prtday 6:80 p.m. Saturdaj 18 .i m
Sermon: "Domeatlc Privaoy The
Forajotten Bleaalng "
MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
OR OLOM (TEMPLE1,. Conservative
8755 SW 16th St. Miami. Rabbi
Ralph Z. Glixman. Cantor Benjamin
Ben Ari
Friday p.m. Saturday l:tf am Bar
aUtsrah Gary, eon of Dr. and Mm.
i Hyman Heoht, and Martin, son of
l/'Uis Zeicer
B'NAI 6HOLOM (Temple) 275 NW
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TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. Cantor Albert Glantz.
TIFERETH JACOB (TEMPLE). 951 E.
4th Ave.. Htalaah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
Friday 7pm Saturday ; am.
ZION (TEMPLE) 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
MIAMI BEACH
David Raab. Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser.
BETH TFILAH. 9*5 Euclid Ave Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig.
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
Friday K p.m. Saturday .. a.m.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Or. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
JA=1uB.^S^ COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Starn
Cantor Meyer Engel.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 820 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
wita. Cantor Nico Feldman.
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NER TAMID (TEMPLE,. 80th St. and !
ratum Waterway. Modern Tradl. :
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitx. Can- I
tor Edward Klein.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE)
Conservative. 1025 NE 11r<1 S' .
Frldaj I SO p.m Baturda) I 15 am
Mincha 7:15 p m.
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BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renier
Frlda) p m Baturda) 10 in
Mini ho 7 4.". |i m
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative. ,
Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum
Prlda} 1:15 p.m Oueal Speaker:
Stanle) Roaenatraurh Ones Shabbal
following Baturda) 1:48 i> m
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B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles M. Ru-
bel. Cantor Jack Lerner.
Prides' 7 p.m
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi f> 3
Chaiton. Cantor Theodore Mmj :-
Prlda) 8:15 p.m Oueal Spe.....r R
Sheldon Rdw-arda "f Calsrary .
baturda.) :, m
1
EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrewt <
Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Lev I-.
Cantor Jerome Klement.
HALLANDALE
MA1-l-ANDALE JEWISH CEN'E*.
126 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (TEMPLET. S. 14t -
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe-
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE) 'II
Monroe St. Conservative. Ri'J
Morton Malavsky.
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson 3t
Conservative. Rabbi Oavid Snai.
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun.
SINAI (TEMPLE). OF NORTH DADE
Temporary office. 18801 NE 22nd
Ave Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kingsley
Friili > :16 p.m. at Waahlnfton Feder-
al Auditorium. !! SB 167tfl St Queet
Speaker: Dr. Lee IHiffner. Saturday
11 a.m.
MIRAMAR
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan.
YOUNO ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml.
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodon
Rabbi Naftali Porush.
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CORAL GABLES
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Ca.iyla Ava.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th Street,
Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ava.,
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamchaa.
ETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1548
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Drive.
Orthodox. Rab^i Phinaaa Weber-
man.
Frl mon: -The Tents of Jacob." Mincha
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 843
Coiims Ava. Rabbi Sadi Nahmiaa.
JUDEA (TEMPLE). 5500 Granda Blvd
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper.
Friday < p m I'.uest Speaker Dr Fred
J Uithoff Sermon: "Brother!......I
By All Means!"
YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
1542-44 Waahington Ava. Rabbi A.
Ben H illel.
Friday 7:45 p.m. Saturday 9 a_m. Ser-
ZAMORA (TEMPLE). 44 Zamora Ava.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger
Cantor Hirsh March.
Friday p.m. Saturday K:4.'. am. Ser-
mon: "S.-rlptural Lesson "
FT. LAUDERDALI
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 847 E
ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 8500 SW '
Way Conservativf RabOi I--''
Cutler.
POMPANO BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 132 SW "*
Ave.. Conservative. Rabbi MoI
A. Skop. Canter Leon Segal
SURFSIDS
MOOAN DAVID CONGREGAT O*
Surfside Community Center. M
Collins Ava. Orthodox. Rabbi naa
O. Vina.
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
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AN ANXIOUS mOJHWS QUESTION
ill It Ever Be Any Different?
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By MARIAN SNEIDER
(wasn't very long ago in lime
I could see Andy off lo
with the gentle sadness of
Ing him and only mild con-
which disappeared with his
first happy
letter. But that
was years ago
last summei
when Andy
was eight.
When he got
home eight
weeks later he
was taller, sun
tanned and
in need of a haircut. He
[his duffle bag over his shoul-
j:iii walked with the proud
teer of a kid who'd won
Try and swimming ribbons
l en captain of the baseball
through the ensuing months.
was full of stories about
and campouts, his friends
cabin and his counselors
fc*. all the time his conversa-
*>as a blue and white lanyard
rst retched from the end of
la-t year to the day he'd
laving this year. He couldn't
I and by the time I'd finished
[ig up holes in old shirts and
that were "lucky clothes"
tewing name tapes in others
(packing the trunk and an-
ting almost hourly. "Mow
more days?" I couldn't
either.
h. n the time finally arrived,
kie had already left and writ
Ihat she was happy. So Stan
|l weren't worried about her.
we knew that after Andy
, the twins would be here
There would still be whoops
hollers and an occasional
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As we waited at the terminal
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Friday, Julv U
Off the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
Anti-Semitism Evident In Intensified >egro Drh
IN RECENT WEEKS I have received I
number of disturbing letters from
readers in the south, almost all of them
indicating anxietj over the possible re-
percussions of the intensified Negro
drive and its possible effect on popular
attitudes toward- Jews,
Oddly enough, my correspondents
in most part find fault among Negroes
and white supremacists alike.
One correspondentand this is typicalsays
I've
en up hope for the south, it will never grow up, or
become civilized. Von only read reports of what happens
You don't read the letters to the editor down here, or see
what the southerners are thinking, They still won't admit
thej lost the Civ i 1 War. In lact they wont even admit
it's over.
'This place almost seems ripe for another Civil War
Talk about decadence. This place just seethes with hatred
and anti-Semitism. The most popular epithet in our neigh-
borhood as well as everywhere else is 'Jew boy'which
thej call everyone they're annoyed with Mao, of
they call everyone nujcr' too. though that appeli
somev h.it diminishing "
Another letter writer inform- me that a N<
she interviewed for a i"b turned down an opport
employment when she learned the household was
She would not work for a 'white Jew'' was her i
[or turning down the job.
Jews in the south, as in other parts of the
when racism is rampant, must make important
when the right decision is not the convenient 01
racists, white or black, will never be satisfied, h
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The
Between You and Me:
By BORIS SMOLAR
Israel Needs 'Brain Aid* To Solve Problems
AMERICAN Jewish leadi
^* now begil in
- of providing I- Mi a
n oi aid, in ad lition to
philanthropic assists n< e II will be
known as consultative, or "I
Israel has reached a point In e
it must '.ike a _mid look into its
ru Is. it must plan meet those nei is for
the next ten years. Thi- n eans expert planning in
the fields of welfare, health, education, unemploy-
ment, housing and related rue.)-. Such planning
cannot be done effectively without "brain aid" from
the United states, where ,leui>h communal life is
well organized and conducted by expert- in every
field of social work.
Israel faces urgent problems in its welfare work.
.'. rusalem i- an example. The city has a large but
mostly poor population. It is not a business city like
Israel Newsletter By ELIAHU SALPETER
Western Aliyah
Jerusalem
THERE ARE SOME newsmen
among us who still remember
covering the firs', Zionist Congress
in Jerusalem, held shortly after the
establishment of Israel. It was. un-
questionably, considered the most
important event, if not of the year,
at least nt the season.
But now. the 27th World Zionist Congress has
just ended in Jerusalem. Some of Israel's leading
papers did not even consider it newsworthy enough
to print on the front page. The few commentators
who consequently devoted their attention to the
Congress, found little progress to report A leading
columnist on Israel's big est evening paper head-
lined his think piece The Last Chance.'' He left
little doubt of his belief 'hat the Zionist movement
had failed to seize thi- chance.
Both tin1 obvious apathy and the resigned
bitterness displayed by Israelis toward the Zionist
Congress and implicitly to the Zionist movement
had a lot to do with unfulfilled hopes and ex-
pectations. There was little done in this Congress
to overcome those sentiments. Nor did the Israelis,
by the way. take the tiouble to ask themselves
whether they did not bear some of the responsibi-
lity for the present state of the Zionist movement.
Their fundamental disappointment with the World
Zionist organization stems from the absence of any
large-scale immigration lrom the West. This has
alvvavs been 'he situation, but as long as tens of
hundreds of thousands &f immigrants came from
lands of physical or national persecution, the absence
of Western aliyah was not a major issue. The clos-
ing of the gates of Kastern Europe and the drying
out of the rcsevoirs of Jewry in Moslem countries
focused attention on the West, .More and more the
idea was accepted that if Israel wanted to build
both a modern societj and a modern economy, it
needed engineers, scientists and other professional
people with the required -kills and also the experi-
ence of living in a Western democratic society.
Victory in the Six-Day War last June which in
the absence of Arab willingness to talk peace
obliges Israel to hold huge areas of occupied terri-
tories, only underscored the need for Jewish im-
migrants.
The Zionist Congress talked and talked about
the need for immigration, but to many of those
listening there appeared to be few new concepts or
plans. Nine days of debates and committee meetings
did not produce a new and dramatic program. True,
the Jewish Agency Executive was finally stream-
lined from 25 seats to twelve, but observers here
noted that there were few new faces among them.
Tel Vviv or a ci It has
rrom municipal taxes It is the
-. i and govcrnmei
' ons ices Its m inj reli
the Hebi ew I'niversit}. the
Jewish National Fund, the Jewish Apencj head
arters, the Keren Hayesod, but ..11 ol ihem i
x exi mpt, H has a multitude of institutions, like
the Hadassah Hospital, the National Museum, the
Yad Vashem, but none of them is a source of in-
come to the municipality.
But Jerusalem has more helpless aged blitt I, and
orphan- than any other city it! Israel. All of them
need municipal assistance, but few are lucky enough
to gel it. The city has no fund- to cover the wide
needs of RlOSt ol its needy population. It can hardly
cover the basic municipal needs with the meager
income it derives from taxes,
The Situation became more complicated .
the Six Day War When the Arab populated Old City
was incorporated into Jerusalem proper, all of its
residents became Israeli citizens entitled to the same
welfare aid as the Jewish citizens ol Jerusalem. The
number of sick, aged, blind and crippled is quite
lai te among the Arabs in the old City. When it was
under Jordanian rule, no one bothered about them
But now the Jerusalem municipality mu-t carry the
burden of providing them with necessary aid.
Urgent problems are cropping up in other towns
new immigrants bring new social problems. Israel
needs the guidance and assistance of experienced
American Jewish social workers and the benefit of
the experience of the American Jewish community.
American Jewry is ready to give Israel the re-
quested "brain .m\." Dr. Leon Richman, who has
taught social work at University of Chicago, will
help Jerusalem's Mayor Teddv Kollek review all
welfare problems; Sidney Vincent, of the Cleveland
Jewish Federation, another welfare work expert, is
ng to Israel for a lengthy stay; Brandeis Univer-
sity faculty member Dr. ArnoldGurin will soon go to
Israel His object: to Strength the social welfare woik
training programs there. Dr. Meyer Schwartz, assis-
tant dtan of the Graduate School of Social Work,
University of Pittsburgh, was scut by United Nations
to study the needs in development towns there.
Highlights In Sports
JESSE SILVER
Dave Newmark
rusi when p iple at Columbia i nivi l
** in nkit worse. Dai i
A set e B
\ ha I led the ns to the I v i
I iqua! that 'hi- c<
Bull ol the NB v howe\ ei p i -
oundi r I give up his last >, ar of c
v< he B ill tl h
Dav e. .i i of the winning 1965 Maci
Games basketball team, won't be the first Ji
B klvii to plaj pro basketball in Chu
Max Zaslofsky, present coach and general ma
of the New Jersey Ameiicatis of the ABA. |
with the Chicago Stags tor four years, made
all star learn each time and led the league in sc
m 1948
N'ewmark's attorney at the contract negotiat
Mai Mflitzok, is a iormer Hofstra and (
player and an old pro. Militzok was a member
N.V. Knickerbockers In l!>4ii47
lake last summer. Neal Walk is working
playing basketball at Kutcher's Sports ("amp in "
Catskills. Walk went on to gain All-America hoi -
at Florida and hopes to do as well this season
has been working with weights and is up to -
pouii"' The new Miami ABA club should go bi_
the Miami Beach star.
Barry Leibowitz, former LIU star, must Ik.- II i
most traveled man in the ABA The ABA beg
operations last year and Leihowito has already he,:'
with three different teams A recent live-man tradi
will have him open the season with a fourth tl
New Orleans, A backcourt man, he started i
season with Pittsburgh, moved to New Jersev i
closed the year with a 10.9 scoring average at 0
land
Larry Brown, a 5-10 play maker, will sin
Oakland. Brown, who played his college ball
North Carolina and was a member of the 1961 l -
Maccabiah Games team, was named the most val
able player at the aha all-star game and led U
league m assists.
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Jews Who Served On High Court
IN ALL, including the new Chief
Justice designate. Abe Fort as. fT}
there have been only five .lews on t
thi Supreme Court bench.
There might have been one
more, but Sen. Judah P. Benjamin
Ol Louisiana in the very early days
of the country was offered a teal
by President Franklin Pierce buul
turned it down
In Tali's administration, many urged the ap-
pointment Of Judge Mayer Sulzberger of Philadel-
phia. He was one of the great jurists of the country,
a scholar and a man respected by alllew and non-
Jew. He was a good man personally, too For in-
stance, although he was not a Zionist, he kept the
author of Hatikvah. Naphtali llerz. from starving.
Despite his qualifications, Taft turned down the idea
,av n. accrdin to storv. How would it look lor a
man on the Supreme Court to have a name like
.-,..i.>i iget.'"
Tifi h- m remembered, "as a well-educated man
who was friendly to Jews. The Tafts lived Just around
me conner trom the great Reform rabbi. Isaac M.
Wise ol Cincinnati and the families often visited
each other, yet Taft could not reconcile him-elf to
B man with the name Sulzberger on the Supreme
i '.ut bench. If his name was Wintoi bottom or
Throgmorton, would his decision be more just?
Taft did oiler Sullbetger the appointment of Am-
bassador to Turkey. In those day8, every President
was always offering some Jew the ambassadorship
to Turkey. Oscar Straus was named Ambassador to
Turkey, Morgenthau was Ambassador to Turke;
Sol so that some ol the Jewish leaders were afr
to visit the white House for fear ol becoming \
bassa "'i to Turkej.
The first Jew actually to gel a Supreme Coi
appointment was Louis D. Brandeis. He had K.
one o| President Wilson's chiel advisers on financi
legislation Brandeis knew the corporate structure
lew did. lie was ihe author ol a little book <
"Other People's Money" in winch he showed
some ol the financial doings were not always koshi r
As soon .,s Wilson announced his appointment, thi
was alarm, especially in Boston, where according
Josephus Daniels' book on the Wils.ni Adminis
lion, "the Tory Brahmins were up in arms again-
Hebrew who had exposed some ol then doings. I
organized opposition was under the leadership
Harvard's president, Abbot Lawrence Lowell and .1
port on ol the Boston bar which was tor the bI i<
quo. a former president of Harvard, Charii -
I >l however, was one of Hiandcis' strongest -
port, i -. Wilson was worried whether the S< I
Judicial committee would confirm the appointnv
but the chairman of the committee, adamant at fit
ended up insisting that everyone vote to confirm
Benjamin \ Cardoio was appointed by Presl
Hoover at the behest ol Sen. Borah, when Print
D Roosevelt appointed Felix Frankfurter, Harvai
president voiced no opposition. Maybe he had le
ed something in the intervening years. The appoint
men; of Goldberg by President Kennedy didn't causi
a ripple, even though Goldberg is a mere lev
name than Sulzberger. As Galileo said, the world
does move.


July 12. 1968
\
*Jewisi)'AmMm
Paqe 15-A
BOOK RWHW
svymnnr b. livhtnan
LIGHT OH ISRAEL
By Maurice Sltnvtl
> %!
lie illustrious English histo-
B. H. Carr, wrote that a
s like a sack A sack- cannot
up unless you put some-
into il and likewise with
[facts of history. They are
Ininjjless unless they are
d into the context of time
world events and are prop-
inurpreted.
ke Li/jhr on Israel by Maurice
uel Alfred A Knopf. S4.95)
far the best and most read-
account of the history of
tl covering the past eighty
> .^ unencumbered by dry
si and names. The story
Biled with :erse limpidity. It
history written by a literary
It i hen ire few historians
the equal of Maurice
(n< is the master of the fe-
rn phrasi .
. i >unt the momentous
bjective a> can be
|cted of any knowledgeable
eath the carefully
I ords is fell the author's
! nse to this his
in of Jewish l<:
a > i ] am not writini to
THE TOWER OF THRIFT
PAYS HIGH DIVIDENDS!
rnmon Market
Vwm m l> t xtension
F*r is rat I Part
3USSEL The Coun-
[ I nisti r? thi Eui
im c Comi *:>- decid< .
tofc''i'.i f"- "> period of on<
yeat irv rr! = :ction of
castor' items
impor
staMe i
'ant i.
anteK .1;
Isffa
ssoeji. '
oms
iate
n at t-
'rafti nations
or in the marki t 1
ieeiff' the difficult
irO^B'iis i.(i ii;' : thi six mem-
>ersi cording to
'en Mar"-'' sources, i^ the
easfT Isi vas unilaterally
;rant'<: a oni year fxtension on
:usH)T dut> reduction this week.
TV customs reductions, which
apply i.nly to a small number of
conyi '11 ... ,,s granted to Is-
rael b, i'i. igreement that was
tons', run fur three years, [t was
extAnd.l for a year in 1967 and
now for another vear.
persuade or convince anyone: I
am writing out of an irresistible
impulse to testify."
Christians and Arabs would
gain valuable insights from this
book. It is unfortunate that few of
either group will read it, and
those few will likely read it with-
out sympathy.
A broad brush approach is used
in discussing the myriad prob-
lems of Israel. The Six-Day War
is mentioned but not described
and the minutiae of history are
omitted.
One is tempted to paraphrase
u ba's dictum and say. "This is
the gamut of the Jewish rights
to a viable Jewish homeland and
1 Ise is commentary."
Mr. Samuel discusses the ->rob-
>f assimilation and Israel,
:hi Diaspora of the West, Russia
nd I-rael. arm-chair diplomats,
rial problems arising from
rse citizenry and the futun
;' ,-raeli-Arab rela' ".-s
last and very brief chap
The Lung View," Is the
.. akest of the bool< 11 I dest
-. ading and ~tuiiy I .. 11,
Missiles Are
Not Enough
Continued from Pace 1A
. to Israel In I
illion
ion norma. ;. I a: a ti tal
-. missile launchi 1 eacl
earinj U ee missili m
!.; t.i thi I "'...
\litional batteries \
six launchers ai 1! 18
Tnt HawkHoming All-
. ercan destroy air-
titudes as low as 100
]., is hi h as sa.ooo feet,
red "medium" al-
mdon Telegraph has re-
rted from Amman that th>- V s.
completed an unpublicized
iu Jordan of arms and
equipment. Heavy equip-
ncluding dozens of Patton
tanks, artillery and anti-tank guns
,,r.. -.. ,ng sent by sea and are ex-
ected it Akaba later this month.
I the paper said. According to the
I Telegraph, the shipments were not
1 announced, apparently at the re-
i quest of American authorities who
j are sensitive about reentering the
! Middle Fast arms race and are
worried about the reaction of the
I Zionist lobby."
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~eJfew5s]liFloridliain % '* w** />/*/,-/,/
Friday. July 12. 1968
Section B
Elgart Named To Mt. Sinai Post
Saul S. Elgart of Boston. Mass..
Las been appointed director of de- \
telopment of Mount Sinai Hospital,*)
Recording to an announcement this |
keek by Baron de Hirsch Meyer. |
president of the hospital.
Mr. Elgart, who has already as-
sumed the post, has been principal
\i the firm of Saul S. Elgart Asso- ,
iates, philanthropic consultants. !
[>r the past ten years.
Prior to that, Mr. Elgart was
Ihe director of development at
Brandeis University from its es-
[ablishment in 1948 until 1958.
hiring his tenure Brandeis Uni-
fersity grew from a small, new
tollege io a university of first rank
Mature and in the same decade fi-
nancial support increased from
(200.000 in 1947-48 to over $8 mil-
lion annually in the 1958 academic
tear.
In 1952-53. Mr. Elgart. on leave
bf absence from Brandeis, inaugu-
rated the new campus campaign of
he Hebrew University at Jcru-
tfem and in that post worked
closely with one of its prime spon-
fors, the late Dr. Albert Einstein.
During the ten years Saul S. El-
gart Associates has been active.
Mr. Elgart personally supervised
rampaigns representing almost
flOO million in monies raised for
local, national and international
institutions. These include the S60
million development fund of Bos-
ton University and the Boston Uni-
versity Medical Center; the College
of the Virgin Islands, St. Thomas;
the Jewish Family and Child Serv-
ice of Boston; and the Newton Col-
lege of the Sacred Heart, Newton,
Mass.
Mr. Elgart's firm also served as
fund-raising counsel or as consult-
ants for a wide spectrum of char-
itable, medical, educational and
religious institutions throughout
the United States. He recently
completed an in-depth survey for
the Massachusetts Historical So-
ciety, the oldest such group in the
United States and served as devel-
opment consultant for Touro Syna
gogue, a national monument in
Newport, R.I., the oldest synagogue
on the North American continent.
During World War II Mr. Elgart
served as Senior Field Representa-
tive for the American Jewish Dis-
tribution Committee in France.
Belgium, Holland and Germany
and was a part of the life-saving
program which began with the re-
lease of thousands of Jews from
I the concentration camps of the
j Hitler era. By virtue of his affilia-
tion with AJDC he was a senior
| representative for UNRA for this
period.
He is a graduate of Tufts Uni-
SAUL S. IIGART
versity. Medford. Mass.. the Jew-
ish Theological Seminary of Amer-
ica, and has done graduate work
at both the New York School of
Social Work and Southern Metho-
dist University.
Miami Beach civic leader Paul
Seiderman has l>e< n elected to the
post of president-elect of B'nai
B'rltta District 5. a regional group
embracing the organization's 120
lodges in the coastal states from
Maryland to Florida, which cele-
brated its lot-t anniversary dur-
ing its annual convention in Holly-
wood.
A Miami Bead) City Councilman
and former King.-. County, Brook-
lyn, NY., prosecutor, he has been
active in civic religious and com-
munity affairs for more than 25
years, including service as chair-
man of the Miami Beach Personnel
Board
A Florida resident since 1948.
Mr. Seiderman served as a member
of the Board of Governors of the
Greater Miami Jewish Welfare
Federation and is a member and
trustee of both the Miami Beach
Lodge and Gold Coast Lodge of
B'nai B'rith. He was selected as
outstanding citizen of Miami Beach
in 1965.
Within B'nai B'rith. Mr Seider-
man has served as first vice presi-
dent of District 5. chairman ot the
Board of Trustees of the Florida Re-
gional Board of the Anti-Defama-
tion League, past chairman of the
Florida Regional Board and mem-
ber of the National Commission of
PAUl SEIDfftAUh-
the Anti-Defamation It;..
other District 5 B'nai B'ritl '
ficers elected were Erie v,, (
Washington, D.C., president Her-
man Koplen. of Danville, Va FU t
vice president and Jay Markov* U,
Miami, second vice president
BEN W. ABRAHAM ol V *
has been appointed dev< i.t
director for the B'nai I' I
Foundations.
United Fund '68 Goal
Is Set At $4,450,000
B TJ
noun macht
Miami Teens Tour
Israel With USY
Eight Greater Miami teenagers
are among the 231 youths visiting
Israel with the 13th annual pil-
grimage ol young men and women
of the Un'ted Synagogue's Depart-
ment of Youth.
David Abelow, Sandra Stein and
Bruce Singer of Miami Beach, and
Linda Levine. James Schiff, Alan
Levine. Rita Rosinek and Eric Tu-
retsky of Miami are part of the
group which left the United States
July 2.
The youths will spend seven
weeks touring the state, attending
classes in archeology, education
and politics and participating in a
special archeological project to ex-
cavate the ruins of an ancient
synagogue. Israeli youngsters will
join their American counterparts
f USY at a series of discussions
relating to the similarities and dif-
ferences of their representative
I Jewish communities.
The visitors will soend at least
one w -kend as guests of an Israeli
family so that they can experience
Ithe day-to-day activities of Israeli
citizens.
The United Fund of Dade County
baa set a goal of $4,453,900 for the
1968 campaign which is scheduled
to get underway in early Septem-
ber and run through November, it
was announced this week by Rob-
:; Macht. campaign chairman for
the Fund
Noting that the dollar goal was
Ihe highest yet for Dade County,
Mr Machl said that it represented
an increase of 4.3 percent over the
results ol last year's campaign.
Included in the list of more than
4ii United Fund beneficiary agen-
cies arc the Jewish Family and
Children's Service, the Jewish Vo-
cational Service, the Jewish Home
for the Aged and the VM-YWHA
of Greater Miami
Recently added to the list of
beneficiary agencies of the Fund
are the Greater Miami Coalition.
a newly formed urban problem-
solving agency, and the entire op ;
eration of Goodwill Industries.
Other changes in the roster of I
United Fund agencies include the ;
merger of the Homemaker Service |
with the Visiting Nurse Associa- |
tion and the merger of the Robert ,
, Knight Training Center, a work- |
shop for the retarded, with the !
Sheltered Workshop of Goodwill
Industries.
As campaign chairman, Mr.
Macht will guide the thousands of I
volunteers who will solicit funds
from local residents and businesses j
to continue the activities of the I
beneficiary agencies.
In announcing the goal. Mr.
Macht sa'd that it represented "an
investment in this community and
H, people" and that it gives the
community "the onnortunity for '
exercising its belief in unity "
THE FINAL deadline for World
War II elegibility for G.I guaran-
teed or insured loans is July 25.
i 1970. according to C. W. Boggs.
i officer in charge of the Miami
Veterans Administration office
summer stock-up!
famous makers' pants
in menswear patterns
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wear stripes, plaids, checks; 8 to 14 in group.
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Rabbi Steinberg Joins
Temple Beth Am Staff
Temple Beth Am has appointed
il'bi Arthur 7. Stt-inbrrg as an
jdition to its rabbinical staff, it
was announced
this week by
George Malta,
president of the
congregation.
Rabbi Herbert
Baumgard is the
spiritual lender
of Temple Beth
Am.
In adtlition to
iabbi .Steinberg his spiritual du
Rabbi Steinberg, who is 80,
ith David Offers
inday School For
in dicapped Kids
Sunday school class for men
\\ retarded and orthopedic-ally
dicapped children will begin
li September at Beth David
^rogation, 2625 S\V 3rd Ave.
The clasa will be held along with
ilar Sunday school classes and
opening is slated to coincide
|h the new school year.
The nrogram will include Jew-
religious instruction and is
fn to children who are presently
oiled in special education class-
lin elementary school.
The instructor will be Mrs. Ar-
le Shr.fton. who has a Bachelor
Education degree from the Uni-
r-ity )f Miami and is presently
rking towards her Master's de-
te ai the university. She has
>rked with both mentally retard-
ed and orthopedically handicapped
childrer and in September will be
fWehing primary orthopedically
rndicapDed children at Amelia
irhart Elementary
will concentrate on the temple's
youth activities and religious school
program.
Born in Baltimore. Md.. Rabbi
Steinberg received his early secu-
lar and spiritual education in that
city. He was active on local and
regional boards of the National
Federation of Temple Youth, and
a- a staff worker at various sum-
mer camps.
After graduation from the Uni-
versity of Maryland, he became a
student at the Hebrew Union Col-
lege Jewish Institute of Religion
in Cincinnati. Ohio. As a student.
he served congregations in Con-
tralto, III., and Middletown. ().. and
was ordained a rabbi in June l!ltif>
Rabbi Steinberg served as the
Jewish chaplain of the Fifth Naval
I) strict and was stationed in Nor-
folk. Va. There he served the con-
gregation of the Commodore Uriah
I'. Levy Chapel, the Navys first
permanent Jewish chapel, which
was named for the first Jewish
otficer to attain flag rank in the
Navy.
A member of the Central Con-
ference of American Rabbis. Rabbi
Steinberg has always been inter-
ested in the field of intergroup re-
lationships.
He is married to the former F.
Roberta Krakower of Ft. Wayne,
Ind.. a graduate of the University
of Michigan. They are the parents
of two daughters. Jennifer and
Jill.
Elks Golf Tourney
Set This Weekend
The annual Miami Beach Elks
golf tournament will be held at the
Diplomat Country Club Saturday
and Sunday with more than 150
golfers expected to compete.
THE LKBIDIKER BRANCH KAMI AM) LZO
is featuring a "Welcome Home"
at the Algiers Hotel,
Saturday, at 8 p.m.
to
MR. AM) MRS. JOSEPH P. Zl CkERMAS
who have just returned from Israel,
where Mr. Zuckerman was a representative
from the Farband
'o the 27th World Zionist Congress in Jerusalem
l report illustrated with films taken in Israel will be given.
S'mul Fershko, Israeli Composer, will furnish the Musical portion
i the evenings festivities, together with other outstanding
cinists. Refreshments will be served. Contribution $1.50.
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HISTADRUT
Mid-Summer Rally
The Israel Histadrut
cordially invites you to a Farewell Reception
on Sunday, July 14th, at 8 p.m.
at the Fontainebleau Hotel
honoring the
GREATER MIAMI MEMBERS OF THE
ISRAEL HISTADRUT DELEGATION
for a
STUDY MISSION TO ISRAEL
GUEST SPEAKER JUDGE FREDERICK N. BARAD
Who will discuss the Role of Histadrut in
Maintaining a Strong Israel
Entertainment by the noted Coloratura Soprano
MISS JOYCE FARBER
Delegates to be Honored Include:
Mr. and Mr*. Moe Levin. Mr. and Mrs. Mortis Newmork, Judge and
Mr*. Herbert S. Shapiro, the Misses Lillian and
Esther Goodman, and Jack A. Filosof.
MCMBEM AND FRIENDS ARE INVITED
Y And JVS Start Career Series
A special educational guidance
and counseling service to help teen-
agers plan their futures is being
conductecf this summer at the YM-
YWHA of Greater Miami. 8500 SW
8th St., in conjunction with the
Jewish Vocational Service, it was
announced jointly by Sam Seitlin.
Y president, and Charle-. HertZOff,
president of the .JVS.
The new counseling service is an
outgrowth of previous cooperative
venture- by the YM1IA with the
Jewish Vocational Service and
spurred by many requests of the
teens themselves seeing educa-
tional guidance.
Bernard Yoffee, director "t edu-
cation and vocational guidance for
the JVS, will handle the counsel-
ing session- at the Y each Wednes-
day at 7:30 p.m. The program be-
gan July 10 and will continue
through the summer. Mr. Yoffee
meets with individuals and -roup-
to discuss and evaluate pertinent
problems concerning their present
school set-up. suggested courses,
and selection of careers and col-
lege.-. Aptitude tests are also given.
The experimental program deals
with many questions confronting
young people today, particularly
those mow in senior high school.
Included are such problems as:
taking the right courses, discover-
ing interests and abilities concern-
ing a career, selecting a college
and preparing for college entrance
examinations.
In the past two years the Y and
JVS have combined for several
series of discussion sessions and
seminars for senior high school stu-
i dents. The various dialogues were
designed not only to aid teen- ents in bridging the generation
agers, but also to assist their par- gap,
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Local Women To Attend
Convention In Israel
Nine local women will journey
jo Jerusalem to represent their
Chapters of Mizraehi Women at the
3rd annual convention of the Miz-
raehi Women's Organization of
America, Aug. 5. The women, along
with delegates from 350 chapters
pf the organization from all over
he United States, will study Is-
?ae!"s social welfare needs and
Hew the work of Mizraehi Women.
Mrs. Alfred Stone, Florida co-
inator of Miirachi Women, will
Attend the meeting, as will Mrs.
lyman Kolko, HatikvaS Chapter
elriates chairmar; Mrs. Hannah
lerger, Mrs. Soe Hermon, Mrs.
,x-I)rug Addict
ilated To Speak
fo Singles Group
The young men and women of
|( th Aid's Singles group will hear
former drug addict tell of her
uperiences while "hooked" and of
pr successful return to society.
Florrie Fisher, the guest speak-
r. has dedicated herself to making
Dung people aware of the dangers
drug addiction. She will talk to
he singles group at 8 p.m. Sunday,
fuly 21. in the temple's Youth
Diinge. 5950 N. Kendall Dr.
Human Re la I ions Seminar
Scheduled Bv NCJW
The Greater Miami Section of
Rational Council of Jewish Women
iil conduct a six-weeK seminar
in human relations beginning OD
ednesday and continuing each
- .lay through Auj; 21. it was
nounced this week by Mrs. Nor
;-.:i II. Cohan, public affairs vice
it of the section.
Mrs Cohan will chair the work-
h.'p along with Mrs. Edwin Op-
nheim. immediate past president
the Greater Miami Section.
CJW.
The purpose of the seminar, ac-
[ rban Violence
8 Talk Topic
l'hil Johnston, Neighborhood
rvices Coordinator of the Dade
ounty Economic Opportunity
rogram. will discuss "How Urban
iolence Can He Prevented" at an
pen meeting of the North Dade
nierk-an .leu i>h Congress Couples
roup Sunday at the home of Mr.
n E Miami Ct., North Miami.
A Fen Openings At Y Day Camp
Only i fev. openings are avail- largest swimming pool in Dade
able for the second session of the! County, softball diamonds. 'hery
YM VU.MA of Miami Summer Su-
percamps, which runs from July
22 to Aug. 16. according to Mr.
and Mrs Joseph Mallah,
committet men.
i Mrs. Re* Rei-nan, Mrs. Shirley
, -evy of the Shalom Chapter and
' An. Helen Bond Miller, Dov
Chapter.
Zalman Shazar. Israel's Presi-
dent, will address the group at the
opening meeting of the convention
: to be held at Binyanei Ha'umah.
Jerusalem's largest meeting audi-
torium. The two country conven-
: tion will close six weeks after its
, Aug. 5 opening at New York's Wal-
dorf Astoria Hotel.
Seven touring study gro-jps will
come to/jeBwr for a major session
on Youth Aliyah at the Bessie Gots-
feld Children's Village, KfarBatya,
in Ramans, Israel and a session
' on trends in vocational education
. at the Beth Zeirot Mizraehi, Jeru-
I salem, the first vocational high
school for girls established in Pal-
! ostine.
Working sessions and seminars
are scheduled also in Tel Aviv,
( Haifa. Beersheba, Petach Tikvah
and other communities in which
American Mizraehi Women's proj.
ects are located.
The convention will hold its Jew
| ish National Fund session on the
top of Mt. Gilboa, where the or-
ganization has recently completed
a major road building, land recla-
mation and aforestation project
through the JNF.
Mrs. A. Henry Kaufiman was
recently installed as the Com-
mander ci the First District,
Disabled Amr::can Veterans
Auxiliary in the State of Flo-
rida. Mr-=. Kaufman has been
active for many years help-
inq veterans and their
? -rni,;rr
li'tuti lirith Women
To Howl Saturday
B'nai B'rith Women, North Dade
Chapter 809 will sponsor an eve-
ning o bow!TigScotch Doubles
at 8 p.m. Saturday at Imperial
Bowling Lanes. 15950 W. Dixie
Hwy. A buffet supper will follow
the games,
Mrs. lionald Jay is in charge
if reservations for the evening.
i cording to Mrs. Cohan, is "to give
j more meaning to National Colin-
, cil's programing on pertinent >o-
, cial issues in the field of human
' relations."
1
Am "i- the topics to be discussed
will be violence in our society.
welfare and the guaranteed in-
come, interreligious cooperation.
identity and assimilation of minor-
ity groups in a pluralistic society.
Black power, and the (eport of the
National Commission on Civil Dis-
orders.
The seminar. Mrs. Cohan said,
"will allow for the greatest partici-
pation of the members and will
be an experience in working to
gether."
The workshop is an outgrowth
of the 1SK>8 Washington Institute
, held in February. Delegates at-
tending the Institute in Washing-
| ton. D.C., from Greater Miami Sec-
; tion were Mrs. Bernard Abel. Mrs.
| Florence Alberts. Mrs Philip
I Bloom. Mrs. Cohan. Mrs. Oppen-
Iheim. Mrs. Charles Rosenberg and
1 Mrs. Irving Wexler.
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Friday. July 12
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. WHAT A BLAST
It was quite a party at Westview Country
club given by Mattie and Bernard Wall and
Annamae and Laurence Levenson. Dinner. Italian
style it could have been called. If there was any-
thing missing from the huge table of antipasto
no one knew what it could possibly be.
The tables for ten had carafes of wine and
fruit and cheese for centerpieces. A huge candle
formed the background for the sign, each table
a different city in Italy. Baggage checks given
to each couple told them in which city they were
to eat. Alitalia airline menus also showed them
what they were eating. Huge posters decorated
the room. If you didn't like Italian music you
were doomed because Italian music was what you
heard all during dinner. After dinner it was
plain American card playing.
Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. S. T.
Taylor. Dr. and Mrs. Charles Werblow. Dr. and
Mrs. F. H. Kauders. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Bergcr.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wolfson II. Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur England. Jr., Mrs. Herbert Tenenbon, Mr.
and Mrs. David Fireman, Dr. and Mis. U'slcr
Rusmii. Mrs Sidnrv Meyer. Mrs. Ben Harrow. Mr
and Mrs. Bernard Km marsky. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Lefcourt, Mr and Mrs. B. B. Goldstein. Mr. and
Mrs. Waller La Vine. Mr- Larry Rosenberg, and
Mr and Mrs. James Barr from Sarasotta, Florida,
also Janice Wall and Rick Beckman and Dr. and
Mrs Jerome Moskowitz.
WILLOW, WILLOW
The ninth anniversary i.- a willow one. Hope
that Peter and June Wolf got a weeping willow
becau-e it was iheir ninth wedding anniversary.
They took the family to Casa Santino for dinner.
Then back to their house for a fancy anniversary
cake and coffee. Iheir four children were having
the most fun. Michael. Matthew. Marshall and
Madeline had company too. Their month old
cousin David, was visiting while his folks. Mr. and
Mi- Jerry Hart went to the dinner.
Other gue.sts were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hart.
Mrs. Ann Herschman. Ada Wo'.f. Mrs. Renee
Simon. Dr. and Mrs. George Jacobson. June can
hardly wait to see herself in "Lady in Cement."
"She said acting in the movie was like being in
fairyland. A whole other world She did a scene
with Frank Sinatra. He*s great.
WHAT A JUNE
Some hectic month for Frances and Louis
Makovsky. First their daughter Rose Marie Chalek
was recovering from surgery. Second Iheir grand-
son Richard Chalek came a visiting from Basic
Navy Training at Great Lakes. Then they went to
Memphis. Tennessee to attend the wedding of
their nephew Dr. Gary Shanker to Ann Jagen-
dorf. The wedding was in the Forrest Room of
the Sheraton Peabody Hotel. A chartered bus
brought all of the relatives from St. Louis. Frances
aces
and Louis went back with them to St. l.ouis on
the bus. It was a live and a half hour trip that
was fun all the way.
Then to finish it off family and friends helped
the Makovskys celebrate their 45th wedding
anniversary. So now they are back in Miami Beach
where Frances is busy with the Jewish Home
for the Aged Auxiliary and Louis is president
of the new Ohev Shalom Congregation
KEEP IT UNDER YOUR HAT
Everybody invited by Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Schwartz to the surprise 25th wedding anniver-
sary dinner party for Dr. and Mrs. Sherman
Kaplan did keep it a secret. Jack and Pauline
Schwartz got all of the guests eating the hors
d'ouvres and drinking and then they went out-
side the Crystal House to wait for Pauline's
brother Sherman and his wife Mary Rose who
thought that they were being taken out ior
dinner on their anniversary. Sherman came driv-
ing up in his new Mercedes Benz just like a kid
with a new toy. When they got back to the dining
room and everyone yelled Happy Anniversary,
well it was a revelation to watch their faces Sher
man cried through two haiidkerciefs.
Who was there? Their dear friends Robert
and Dolly Greengoss flew in from Chicago, and
the Kaplans daughter Barbara and her husband
Dr. Sam Foster. Hi- parents Mr anil Mrs, I/iu
Foster came in from Manchester (Cnn and had
to remain incognito until the appointed time.
Among the Others were Judge and Mrs In
ing Cypen, Dr and Mrs. Larrj Schine, Mr and
Mrs. Ben Meyers Anna Brenner), Dr. and M -
Donald M. Michnoff, Mrs. Sol Wolf, Dr. and Mrs.
Paul Furlong, Mrs Murray Ferber, Dr and Mrs.
Robert Jaffee. Rabbi and Mrs. Irving Lchrman,
Mr. and Mrs Sheldon Aberman. Arthur Sater.
Mr. and Mrs Donald Kaplan. Mrs. Ralph Kaplan
and Mr. and Mrs Morris K-kind. They are Mary
Hoses folks and they were celebrating then 50th
wedding anniversary,
The Kaplan children were there too to help
their lolks celebrate. Michael who is m his 3rd
year of medical school. Steven who starts medical
school in the fall, and Helen. I don't think that
Helen is going to he a doctor but she s smart too.
This summer she is going to Andover School for
Boys which is a coed school in the summer for
exceptional children. The entertainer was the
best yet. He played and sang and got everyone
into the act. It was a happy and unexpected
anniversary party for Sherman and his southern
belle.
CELIA ISN'T CELIA
Jerome Dreyfuss is married to Elsie Ken
neth's mother's name is Elsie. Betty Dreyfuss'
daughter-in-law is Elsie. Ask me why" I put Celia
instead of Elsie in a recent column when I don't
even know a Celia.
Frances lehmon

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GREATER MIAMI PHILHARMONIC SOCIETY
Group Plans Boat Ride
The Chai Chapter. B'nai B'rith
Women will sponsor a boat ride to
Fort Lauderdale Sunday. Depar-
ture lime for the Dreamboat.
which docks at Pier 5, is 10 a.m.
Mrs. J. Zebitz is ways and means
vice president of the group.
North Africans In France Are Slated Far Aliyah
PARIS (JTA Some 800 North
African Jews who took refuge in
France, may soon emigrate to Is
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preparatory work and study here
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'ii'inn'
Israeli authorities and the I
North African Jevi
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other French cities with leaden2
the North Africa communities ay
discTBStd the needs of the prospijl
live settlers and their pros|
Israel A delegation member srf,d
the results of the mission
(ceded expectations
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Starr-Pollen
[ito-alind Ann Pollen, daughter
V and Mrs. Sol Pollen. 7590
jiitii Ter.. became the wife of
A.i !* Starr, son of Mr. and Mr-,
flyc. .V.trr. Mattapan. Mass. on
fin: lay. July 7. at Temple Or
Ion Rabbi Ralph Glixman offi-
ciated
The bride'is a graduate of South-
i-st High School and Charron Wil-
ling Commercial College. Her
kband graduated from Boston
igllsh High Sch.Mil. He is a sec-
class petty officer with the
5. Navy stationed in Homestead.
Mrs. Starr wore a C'hantilly lace
length bridal sown with a
or neckline, fitted bodice and
|l sleeves. Her crown was of
and seed pearls with tiers of
enrh illusion veiling. She car-
a bridal bouquet of orchids
a traditional Bible.
Linda Beth Starr was maid of
hor; bridesmaids were Renee
Chman and Arlene Carol Starr
St man was Howard Pollen:
*nk Bortunk and Jay Pollen
ered.
he couple will live in Coral
ble.s after a wedding trip to
imi Beach
Brause-Oboler
i Betty Oboier and Steven
irge Brause were married at the
n Hoc Hotel Thursday. July 4.
ceremonj performed bj Rabbi
Lehrman.
bride, daughter of Mr, and
Alfred Oboler. 5055 Collins
Miami Beach, graduated
mi Miami Beach High School
li Universit) of Texas Her
ban i. son ol Mr. and Mrs. Her-
i B ause of New York, gradu
id fr mi Long Island Universit}
Irs, Richard Vlhadeff was ma
n of honor Jaj I'.rau-e served
his brother's best man. while
Iffrej and .lame- Selevan were
Aftei a honeymoon in Nassau.
Ic C" pie will live in New York.
Chahoff-BUm
Honeymooning in Jamaica are
lr. and Mrs Howard Elliot Cha I
toff, who were married Thursday. ,
fuly 4, by Rabbi Joseph R. Narot
t the Sheraton Four Ambassadors
Intel.
Mrs Chakoff. the former Jane
Barole Blau. is the daughter of Dr.
Dd Mrs. Morris H. Blau. 2727
rlilola St. She attended the I'ui-
irersitv ->f Miami, where she was a
member of Sigma Delta Tau So-
ority.
The groom, son of Joseph Cha
koil, 3807 Granada. Coral Gables.
ind the late Mrs Chakoff. is a
enior at the University of Flor-
da's school of Nuclear Engineer-
ng. The couple will live in Caines-
ille until his graduation.
The bride, who wore a full length
own of imported Brussels net ac- I
anted with embroidered bands of
isies, was attended by Barbara
lau, maid of honor, and Helene
hakoff and Kathy Blau, brides-
maids. Ushers were Joseph Ross
and Elliot Prenner.
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We
the
Women
MEWWY
-OMAN OF THE WEEK
Nine years a^o when Henny and Harold Schneider
their two sons, Robert and Eric, moved to Miami, a
new vista opened (or them. They loved the sun. the
Log -kie-. the blue waters and the lush green foliage
There was no problem of adjust-
ing. They were here, this was their
home and they quickh became in-
volved in the social, cultural, re
ligious and organizational life of
the community. Previously unable
to take part in organization work.
Henny now became active in them.
filling what she felt to be a void
in her life.
She believes that every person
must have a goal, ani that they
,-hould not be categorized, but
must find the area into which they
fit and belong.
She found her areashe became
completely dedicated to Women's
American ORT. starting as found-
. president of the Greynolds Park Chapter. From there
she went on in the Southeast Region in many capacities.
ag just finished two years as president of the Region
Her interest in the work has not diminished; on the con-
trary, it is greater than ever before
Knowledgable about international affairsORT is. after
-presented in 22 countriesHenny is presently on the
National Board and knows what is going on in every one
o' the 22.
Harold and Henny are both interested in Civil Rights
-id other facets of the American political scene. Soon she
will begin campaigning for her choice in the coining presi-
dential elections. It figures that she is active in the League
of Women Voters.
The whole family, which believes in "seeing America
fi^t" have toured the wild West, camping in national parks.
m that they have seen America. Henny feels a deep de-
sirealmost a compulsionto visit Israel. She can hardly
- ait, and has prepared herself by committing to memory
- ;eography. the places of interest and the roads She is
ire that even without a map she would be able to find her
ly from city to city and ORT school to ORT school
Henny says that she is glad that the youth of today are
15 vocal as they are. However, it is difficult to separate
those who demonstrate out of honest conviction from those
v. i ate merely taking advantage of the public to get into
imelight for their own purposes, whatever they are.
; f and Harold have tried to teach their sons to accept
other people as they are. and allow them to grow up as
viduals.
A good cook. Henny enjoys cooking, especially new
quickie" recipes. She has 20 years of recipes saved up.
acd hopes someday when the time is ripe (meaning when
there's lots of left-over time) to compile a cookbook.
Another of her hobbies is antiquing She has a great
;,Machment for the past, and a nostalgia for Victorian things
with a radical twist. She is sentimental about some of her
five leaves and seats 18 personsbut she realizes that it is
not the table so much as the memories attached to it that
make it important. Her husband says he is fortunate in that
be does more browsing than buying.
Strictly "at homers."' Henny and her husband are a
''uly unit first and always, and proud of being Jewish.
Titty belong to Temple Beth Torah. Henny feels that strong
Jewish communities should be built in the diasporain
Miami. Casablanca. Paris or Bombay. For together they
^.ild not only for themselves but for Israel as well.
In her reading Henny is methodical, prefering to read
about one subject at a time or all of one author. She likes
^rious music, not "pop" stuff. Although she likes to play
cards, she has a faint idea that her friends are not too
. -^ious to play with her, for as soon as she gets cards in
her hands she thinks of a million things to talk about. She
has about decided to leave card playing until she gets old.
Soft spoken, considerate and kind. Henny at a very'
early age decided on the twin theme of her lifeindividual-
ity and commitment It has been her philosophy of life and
she has lived by it.
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MRS. HOWARD KOSINBLOOM
Rosenbloom-Fox
Roberta Ellen Fox became Mrs.
Howard I. Rosenbloom in wedding
ceremonies performed by Rabbi
Robert Frazin Sunday, July 7. at
the Dupont Plaza Hotel
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Fox. 43
Majorca. Coral Gables, are the
parents of the bride, who is:.
uate of the University of Miami
School of Education. The groom,
an engineering graduate of the
University of Miami. Is the son of
Mrs. David Rosenbloom. 95 Edge-
water Dr.. Coral Gables, and the
late David Rosenbloom.
The couple, who are honeymoon-
ing in Puerto Rico, were attended
by Carol Monchek. maid of honor
and Michael Coverman. best man.
Barbara Lavietes and Mariann
i Bournstein were bridesmaids and
, Richard Fox and Michael Bosh-
nack ushered.
Goren-Madler
Barbara Lynne Nadler and How-
ard Jay Goren became husband
and wife Sunday. July 77. at the
Fontainebleau Hotel when Rabbi
Berel Wein performed the tradi-
tional wedding ceremony
Mrs Goran, the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles F. Nadler. 2851
Prairie Ave.. is a graduate of
Miami Beach High School and
thi I niversitj Of Miami.
Her husband, son of Mr. and Mrs
Goran, 400 sw 47th Ave .
graduated from Miami Senior High
School and attends the University
.if Miami.
The bride's aunt. Mrs. Maurice
, Goldberg, was her niece's matron
I of honor. Bridesmaids were Vikki
Goren. Gerri Goren. Janet Lobel
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MRS. NOW AM COtfN
and Bonnie Friedman Martin
Weinman was best man and Robert
Nadler. Paul Gordon. David Ne-
meth. Lawrence Nadler and Steven
Nadler were ushers. Sanford Nad-
ler was a junior usher.
For her wedding. Mrs Goren
cho>e an Aline gown of French
lace with a matching headpiece
After a wedding trip to Key
West, the Gorens will live at 345
42nd St.. Miami Beach
Firu- Ar-
MRS. M. ALUM SAfT
Saft-l sherson
Honeymooning in Jamaica after
an Independence Day wedding are
Mr. and Mrs II. Allen Saft. who
were married Thursda>. July 4, at
'. the Biscayne Terrace Hotel.
The bride, who is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Usherson.
10900 SW 62nd Ave.. is a graduate
of the University of South Florida.
: where she was a founder of the
\ new colony of Alpha Epsilon Phi
Sorority.
The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs
I George Saft. 1663 SW 20th St.. is
a graduate of the University of
j Florida Engineering School, where
he was a member of Alpha Epsilon
Pi Fraternity.
Mr. and Mrs. Saft will live in
Tampa
Betsy Cohn And
Ensign Carter
Plan To Marry
Mr and Mrs Rudy Cohn. 2144
SW 24th St.. Miami, announce the
engagement of their daughter.
Betsy, to Ensign Malcolm N Car-
ter of Washington. DC. son of
Mrs. Amo Lamm. Sharon. Va-
and Paul Carter. Bellevue. Wash.
Miss Cohn earned a B.A degree
in English from the University of
Michigan, where she was senior
editor of the campus paper. She
is an editorial assistant at McGraw-
Hill in New York.
Mr Carter earned his R A de-
gree in English from Trinity Col-
lege in Hartford. Conn., where he
was editor in chief of the student
paper. He received his M.A decree
, in Journalism from Stanford Uni-
versity in California, and was for
some time the San Franci.-co cor-
respondent for Time Magazine. He
is at present assigned to the office
of the Secretary of the Navy in
the Pentagon.
An Oct. 5 wedding is planned.
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Mt5. MARK TRAVIS
Travis-Rose
Mark Robert Travi< took S
Renee Rose as his bride S
July 7. at Temple Emanu-El
Rabbi Irving l,ehrman peri
the traditional marriage <
mony
The new Mrs Travis, da
of Dr. and Mrs. Erwin J l;
1230 100th St. Bay Harbour I
i> a graduate of Miami Be
Hmh School and attended the I
versity of Georgia where sin w..
a member of Delta Phi Ep;
Sorority.
The bride chose as mail
matron of honor Marilyn Franc i
and Mrs. Aaron Goldsmith Bri les
maids were Sheryi Hagle. Mar-hj
Kadish. Randee Weissman and Pat
Case. Jodie Travis was flower
Mr Travis, son of Mrs S
Travis. 1300 NW 191st St.. an: the
late W. William Travis, graduated
from Miami Norland Senior High
School and Miami Dade Junior I o
, lege. His best man was I
Travis; Aaron Goldsmith. S
Hoffman. Curtiss Gunn. R
Rose and John Reineke ush.- I
Junior ushers were Ronnie K--
and Reid Travis. David Travis w
ring bearer.
After a honeymoon in Jan
the new !\ weds will live in N
Miami
Weiss, Meyers
Engagement Told
The engagement of SharonW
to Jared Jay Meyers has b--
nounced by the parent" of th
bride to-be. Mr and Mrs S W> -
of Tucson. Ariz.
Mr. Meyers is the son of M
and Mrs. Samuel B. Meyer-. 827
SW 30th St.. Miami.
A December wedding in Tuc>i
is planned
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of Alpha Omega Dental Fraternity
and on the executive council of
the Student Senate.
Dr. Allan Herskowitz was best
man. Ushers included Dr. Michael
Scharf, Dr. Val Ferraris, Dr. Rob-
ert Pollara, Fred Berlowe. Allan
Perry ai.d Neil Perry.
After a wedding trip to Puerto
Rico and the Virgin Islands, the
couple will live in Cleveland,
where Dr. Satz will .serve a dental
.nternship at St. Luke'.- Hospital
/ eder-Cipollit
ibrielle Cipolla became the
of Richard Feder Sunday,
i. a: the Marco Polo Hotel.
Sbmaryahu Swlrsky offici-
at the ceremony.
fce neu Mrs. Feder. daughter of
|>h Cipolla, 1211 Marseille Dr.,
ii Btach, and the late Mrs.
11 i': a graduate of Miami
th High School and attended
Jni\- rsity of Miami. She plans
omplete her undergraduate
at Wayne University in De-
Mich.
ke groom, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Teder. 2051 N. Bay Rd.. Miami
bh, al'O graduated from Miami
Ch High School. He attended
|University of Florida and now
ads the University of Detroit's
tal School, where he is a mem-
of Aipha Omega Honorary
hai Fraternity,
fhe bride was attended by Mad-
ly* Levi'.-. maid of honor: Mrs.
Jwly W<: Iberg. matron of honor
aad bridesmaids Madelaine Edel-
teiu. HeU-ne Edelstein. Ronnie
Boks and Sharon Rapaport. Larry
Grobarm, was best man. and
9tv*rt Ftfier, Ira Feder. Joseph
Wlfselbei,:. Barry Rosenbleith and
Stain Murmelli ushered.
(Earner K:ihr
MkS. RICHARD LAIBSON
Ct. She is a graduate of Miami
Senior High School and the Florida
Atlantic University where she
graduated cum laude. She now
I teaches in the Dade County school
[ system.
Mr. Laibson, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Irving Laibson, 8230 Hawthorne
Aii'. Miami Beach, is a graduate
of Miami Beach High School and
Florida Atlantic University. He is
a practicing accountant.
Mrs. Rhona Herrman was the
matron of honor. Bridesmaids
were Marjorie Gorodko. Susan
Hein and Mrs. Pat Laibson. Alan
Laibson was his brother's best man
and Cliff Herrman, Jeff Laibson
and Bill Gaddoni were ushers.
After a honeymoon to Jamaica,
the couple will reside at 390 NE
125th St.
'.
lAiibson-Levy
krbara Joan Levy and Rich-
a| Mar- Laibson were married
rday July 6. at the Algiers
el. v.n^ Rabbi Irwin Cutler
ttrmir,t the rites
He at < Mrs. Laibson. who wore
rida: town of white organza
Alencon lace, is the daughter
Irs. AdeltuLevy. 1976 SW 17th
Satz-Perry
Sondra Lynne Perry and Dr.
Harvey Stephan Satz were married
June 9 in Silver Spring, Md., at
Shaare Tefila Congregation.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Perry of Silver
Spring. She is a graduate of the
University of Maryland and is
i working toward a Master's degree
and a dietetic internship at Case
Western Reserve University and
Mt Sinai Hospital of Cleveland. 0.
The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs.
| Frank Satz. 1884 SW 15th St..
Miami, was graduated from the
University of Florida, where he
was a member of Pi Lambda Phi
fraternity. He is a recent graduate
of the Dental School, University of
Maryland, where he was a member
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town's most talked
about woman's world at
Penthouse Coiffures
9950 S. Dixie Highway
South Miami 666-6142
W 3M_S.W. 73rd Si.. S. Miami. FU.
Pho 445-7371
1413 NE. 143rd St.. N.M.I, Ha.
KeltertrAssael
Carol Kay Assacl. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jacques Assael. 281
NE 170th St.. and Robert Alexan-
ler Kellert. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Andor Kellert, 830 NE 173rd Ter..
were married Thursday. July 4, at
he Seville Hotel. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitl performed the ceremony.
The new Mrs. Kellert is a gradu-
Sturman-Wuxman
In a Saturday night. July 6,
ceremony held at Temple Zion.
Faith Waxman. daughter of Rabbi
and Mrs. Alfred Waxman. was
married to Philip Sturman. son of
lira Ruth Sturman and the late
Coleman H. Sturman
The father of the bride was
jo;ned by his colleagues, Rabbis
Simon April, [rving Lehrman. Jo-
seph Narol and Solomon Schiff in
performing the marriage cere-
monies
The bride la i graduate of Coral
Cable- High School and attended
the University of Miami and St.
Helens College, Liverpool. Kn._
'and. Mr. Sturman graduated from
Florida Atlantic University and la
now completing post-graduate work
there in political science.
Bridal attendants were Martha
! Waxman. the bride's sister; Anita
Sturman. the groom's sister, and
the groom's cousin, Sandra Mora.
Mrs. Sturman chose a bridal
sown of Alencon lace on peau de
soie decorated with seed pearls.
She carried a cascade style bou-
Valerie Bell. Maiyiou Nichols.
Anita Steinberg. Bobbi Wiand and
Pat Miltimore Best man was
George Kellert. Jay Wucher, Neil
Linden. Bobby Schwartzberg. Billy
Heckerman, Peter Kamenesh and
Joel Golub were ushers.
The Kellerts are honeymooning
in Jamaica.
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MRS. PHILIP STURMAN
quet of white orchids on a prayer
book that has been in her father'*
family for many venerations. Th-
engraved silver Kiddush Cup used
during the ceremony was present-
ed to the couple.
After a short Florida honey-
moon. Mr. and Mrs. Sturman will
make their home in Miami.
Werner-Kahn
MKS. ROBIRT KlLlfRT
ate of Miami Norland High School
and plans to attend Santa Fe Jun-
ior College, Gainesville. Mr. Kel-
lert is a senior at the University of
Florida, where he is a member of
Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity.
Bridal attendants were Mrs. De-
nise Nickerson. matron of honor
and bridesmaids Maddy Miller,
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Friday. July 12. 1968
*/*istrkridir>n
Paqe 11-B
HIGH POINT
FREEPORT
Lovely large Residential Lot
On CUL-DE-SAC. Water, Sewers,
and Electric to Lot.
CALL OWNER OR TOUR BROKER
Phone 751 0293 or
758-8480
SOUTH MIAMI
SUBURBAN
DISTINCTIVE TRI LEVEL
NEAR King's bay. 4 bedroom, 3
both pool home, professionally land-
scaped and decorated. Carpeting
and drapes $46,900.
Call Owner 235-2154
.
KEY'S A POPPING
MOIILE HOMES
1967 CENTRAL air-4 lots SI 5 000
1965 10'xSS' PIUS 10'x55 concrete
"patio $MOO.
1960 WATERFRONT, really complete
$13,500.
LOTS available ocean or bayside.
JOSEPH T. LANCE, REALTOR
Key Largo
852-5239 Miami 247-7108
COUNTRY HOME
Unusual Floor Plan
iecluded 5 Bedroom, 3 Both Pool
[rlo.ne. Oil and Heat and Central
[Air. S53,000.
Phone 235-0108
WANTED
20 TO 50
OR MORE acres toned for mobile
homo park at dote in location to
any major metropolitan area.
Phone 361-1293
Or Writ* J. P10N
216 Wrstwood Drive
Miami, Florida 33149
SOUTH MIAMI
SUBURBAN HOME
Country Club Living
M lienutlful King I t.t >. :: Bedroom
is|.Jn i 2 11.ttti. i .i > ..it. PrMil Hume,
J \..iv- new, i-etitral air. RpHi'loux
foyer. eat-In kitchen. *'*,',' mtfce.
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Itexldei B8R-543S
KEYES CO. 43rd Year
Kendall
Realtor
667.5603
BISCAYNE GARDENS
TEXAS SIZE
WATERFRONT HOME
3 EXTRA large I drooms. 2 bathe,
king iize eat-m kitchen, beautiful
front porch across entire width of
house, screened pool ind patio,
lovely neighborhood $35,500. Call
Ruth Tartaolia, Call residence
757-0816.
KEYES CO. 43rd Year
1705 NE 123rd St.. Realtors 754 6667
OWNER SAYS "SELL"
60 UNIT HOTEL near Flagler, under
$2,000 per unit. Bricked area hotel,
under $2,500 per unit, could be
converted to Doctor's Clinic.
FOREMOST REALTORS
Call 379-2390
THE PINE'S FINEST
3 Bedroom 3 bath, pool home. This
gracious well kept home is offered
forn. or unfurn. with loads of
extras' $'1 0"^0 unfurn $17 ionth.
BETTER THAN NEW
ln}*iaculate and spacious 4 bed-
room 2 bath home with fenced
yird. wall to wall carpet, stove,
refrigerator, air cond. units. $120
month p4v ill
COUNTRY CLUB
Deliqht. Just right for entertaining
this 3 bedroom 2 bath, central
air cond. pool home is loanVri with
extras, drapes, carpets, refrigerator.
stove and marv r*>^-..
JEWEL
2 Bedroom 1 bath lovely with car-
pets, drapes, hurrirane -awnings
$91 month r*aw all
POOL HOME
1 Year now 3 bedroom 2 bath, cen-
tral air and heat home has eat-
in kitchen corner lot near school!
CLIFF MENDIES0N
235-9241 Realtor* 24 Hours
ETHEL SNYDER IS THE SPECIALIST
For OCEANFRONT WATERFRONT
Miami Beach and Golden Beach
HOMES FOR SALE With Such Goodies As
1. OCEANFRONT Modern 3 Bedroom 2 bath with Servants quarters
2. GOLDEN BEACH 5 Bedroom 4 bath with Heated POOL
3. WATERFRONT Close to Lincoln Road, Modern "RANCHER"
4. GOLDEN BEACH Waterfront Modern 3 Bedroom 3 bath
PLUS MANY OTHERS .. WHY NOT CALL ETHEL SNYDER at
GENt SNYDER, REALTOR 947-3566
229 SUNNY ISLES BLVD., MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
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
FSATERNAl
LIFE INSURANCE
Let Us Help You Plan
For:
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MRS. EMMA R. WYNN
i Local Raprt < ntatlvi i
430 N.W. 116 Street
Miami, Flo. 33168
PHONE: 688-6879
ROYAL NEIGHBORS
OF AMERICA
Ruprenti Office:
Hook Inland, Illinois
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A SIGHT
TO SEE
BEAUTIFUL scenic view of the
Atlantic. Canal lot. 70x115'. Paid
S2.500. Sacrifice S1.800-S500 cash
balance will finance. 947-8228. Call
riy time.
LEASE 9000 SQ. FT.
NEW-ZONED 141-1
Center-Dade County
Prime Industrial Location
Easy Access
City Water-Good Parking
DIRECT FROM BUILDER
Phone 759-9019
2000 ACRES
CATTLE FARM
IN COSTA RICA
SALE OR PARTNERSHIP
ROLLING HILLS, ABUNDANT WATER
CLEAR TITLE $60,000
Call 667-8317
SALE
BUSINESS PROPERTY
Black Caesar's Forge
GOURMET rrst.iur.int. 38 year old
tradition .new management could
hit jackpot. If you are experienced
in restaurant operation and have
substantial financial backing, this
is your opportunity to get in it
big. Call Col. Shivers.
KEYES CO. 43rd Year
Realtors
Kendall
667-5603
BEAUTIFUL OAKS
And lush tropical plantings frame
this gorgeous modern home with 3
bedrooms. 3 baths, powder room,
paneled den, 2-car garage, real
J 1 ily room, and 20 x 45' pool.
There's a handsome foyer, entry,
formal dining room, wood burning
fireplace, central heat and air. Big
lot with sprinkler system. At the
new price (in the $70's) this ex-
citingly different home is one of
Gables best offerings.
FRANK KERDYK. REALTOR
2631 Ponce de Leon 446-2586
LOVELY NORTHEAST
MIAMI HOME
St. Rose of Lima across the street
from 515 N.E. 107 St. County taxes
only. Large 4 bedroom. 5 bath on
lot 1O0'x187' a den ,20'x21' with
front st. entrance which can be
used as professional office. Extra
large screened patio, laundry room
16'x1V Fla. room 18'x12' Hot water
heat oil fired boiler. Chilled writer
air conditioner system, carpeted,
natural birch trim throughout.
Closets galore, sprinkler system,
fenced and many more features,
$50,000 firm. Owner can arrange
$40,000 first mortgage.
JACK KNAP 757-2774
Shown By Appointment Only
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SUBURBAN
MIAMI
HOME
Sacrifice-By owner. Overgrown
rooms, acre, 4 bedrooms, 3
baths, foyer entrance, large kitchen,
family room many closets, central
air and pool. Appraisal $46,500 -
Now $39,900. No qualifying. 6' .
$6,000 Dawn.
7260 S. W. 135th Terrace
Phone 233-0386
Courteous Complete
24 Hour Service
LELA B. REED, Realtor
575 N.E. 125th Street
North Miami, Florida
Phone 751-1688
FOR SALE
BEAUTIFUL
CHILDREN'S SHOP
CALL 887-1214
FROM 9 A.M. to 6 P.M.
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DECORATORS DREAM I
NORTH MIAMI BEACH I
1 3 BEDROOM 2 bath, central air, |
I completely carpeted 30' pool and |
| screened potio; 2 cor gorage, many i
other extras, 1 block to Oak
' Grove school, sj9,900. Call Jonas I
' Engei. I
! KEYES CO. 43rd YEAR
I
REALTORS
1705NE 123rd St.
754-6667
BY OWNER
Sky Lake Custom built for lorge
family. 6 bdrms, 4 baths, oversized
screened pool and patio. Immediate
occupancy. Near bus, schools and
shopping. Call 949-4915.
FOUR BEDROOM
POOL HOME
Excellent location in Hollywood Hills
Includes c ltral air and heat -
foyer entrance Florida room -
garage large bedrooms and
beautiful screened potio. Excellent
financing only $32,900.
Call Pauline or Norman Platt eve-
nings or weekends 989-2643 Days
- Brownrd 927-1616 or Dade -
9495100.
BRAND-M30RE REALTY CORP.
2515 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood
WANT TO BE NEAREST THE
COURTHOUSE?
We're right across the street
1 or 2 man offices available in
the 97e occupied
CONCORD BUILDING I
CALL !
Bertram Goldsmith, Jr. 379-1054 I
WALTER ETLING COMPANY |
REALTOR .
10% RETURN
TO INVESTORS
S4.000 lO'o 2nd Mtge $60 Mo.
$45,000 1st l0o $570 Mo.
S14,500-2nd 10*o S150 Mo.
We have mr.ny 1st and 2nd Mtges.
Yeilding 10*o
SI,000 to $200,000. Call Mel Haber
Phone 374-1761
to discuss wour investment needs.
GUARDIAN MTG.
Security Trust Bfdg.
FOR SALE
12 DUPLEXES
1-4 UNIT
221-3621
High Pinclcnd near Dade's new
Jetport Impact area. Have your
own weekend cottage near th
best hunting, fresh and salt water
fishing in South Florida. $995, fell
price. $25 down. $25 month. Less
for cash.
5 ACRES
NOAH HUE, BROKER
696-6631 Anytime
Coral Gables
South Miami I
Suburban South Miami
We have a selection of anything ,
you need. 3, 4, 5 bedroom homes
... the hottest buys in town!
CALL JrOSf MADtl
STEVE HESSEN, REALTOR
7390 Rod Road, 5. Miami
Phone 661 1623
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.
NOW LEASING
FURN. UNFURN.
1 or 2 Bedrooms. Spacious, modern
apts Swimming pool, tennis court,
putting green, shuffle board, boat
dock. 10 minutes to downtown.
BAY PARK TOWERS
Phone: 373-3104
2 ACRE RANCHER
SUPERB 4 bedroom 3 both, De-
luxe Rancher on 2 acre estate,
near University of Miami. Price
$55,000. Dcn't miss this beoury!
For details call Mr. Crocker. Res
887-8430.
KEYES CO. 43rd YEAR
REALTORS
357 Mirncle Mile 443-7423
MIAMI SHORES
HOME
EXECUTIVE Home. 4 large bed- ,
rooms. 3 baths. 16 closets. 2 built- |
in ovens. Upright freezer, upright j
refrigerator freezer comb, dish-f
washer garbage disposal, central |
heat and air 2 car garage with i
electric eye. Enclosed pool 32'x18' .-' I
yard completely fenced. Priced in |
low $50's. Call for appointment, j
PL 1.O061.
BEAT INFLATION
80 Acres Includes 10 Acre
Producing Lime Grove
Near Homestead Airport
$1650 PER ACRE
Good Terms
EDR1S BREAUX, BROKER
65 N.W. 9 St., Homestead
247-1781 or 247-5959


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July 1, the clob -': bold a roller
lii-.-.jr najfet i: 8 p.m at Sunliod
Er/:#r k:nk or. B..-^ p.d A '>-'.:
I on the ureooc* problenu of
dka orM afl -.-* tatarad on
Tborvlay July 25 at the Y with
taadai Mi .'oUow.
Senior Citizen Unit
To Honor Founder
The 1 of Lena
tin -.

'' -' ip a: a 'lifjO-r at
'* :'' Batlll July 20. at
n Avc
lad Con or Chuck Hall
rill tei ','. < erenoi ie and
II be Miami Beach
or -l ij In : mi-: and StaU Sen
tone
Harold C. '-...-, commander
aled of the Robert Kinq H.ch
PoM Mo. 13, American Vete-
rans cf World War II. was re-
cently elected as judqe ad-
vocate of the oraan zation's
Detxirtment of Florida.
Dm in-w ottCM o( the Gulf-itream Chapter,
Ameru 'in Woman'l ORT ara ahown at a re-
cent lnMallntion of the iroup. They are
UMOMad, from 1'ftr Mr. 1>1 ward Levinson,
rxit preHidenl; Mra. Gary Selkowitz. corres-
poniiiiiq MCraiary; Mrs. Jerome Greenbaum.
education vice president; Mrs. Robert Good-
man, proqrnm vice president; Mrn. Melvin
Sofra, special projects vice president; and
Mrs. Jerome Silvers, parlunentarian; (stand-
inq from left;: Mrs. Gerald Schwartz, reqion
treasurer; Mrs. Jerry Stein, treasurer; Mrs.
Michael Lipsky, honor roll vice president;
Mrs. Harry Bernard, president; Mrs. Peter
Scbel. recordinq secretary; Mrs. Sanford Kim-
ball, reqion proqram chairman. Not pictured
are: Mrs. Martin Dernis, membership vice
president; Mrs. Ira Selwyn, membership dues
secretary and Mrs. Steven Hertz, financial
secretary.
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Three Nazis Given
Life Sentences For
Murder Of Jews
s' JTA The six-month
..-.*. of memben of Adolf Hitler's
. lard ^r.ded in Osnabmeck
sack with sentences of life
imprisoomeot at hard labor im-
posed oa three of the defendants
eeavicted of murdenns Jeu- la
Dorthern Italy in the autumn of
1?**3 Two other defendant* re-
ceived three year lentaneca.
The life sentencei were pro-
nounced on Ham Krjrer. 57. Haas
Rwr.wer. 56. a.'.d Ht-rbert Schnel-
!er. 56. *ho were f'iund guilty of
Iowa a: lea.t 22 Jew; at
Lake Mageiore. Ludwig Leithe. 47,
and Oscar Schulz, i5. go- -. light
t-r teatei for siding in the mur-
i in you
DIDN'T KNOW
By FRED SANDtCT

Why tt* Isssjaaf
Mrk n tUt4 m kmtkfm?
* tfce SM SOr*. S.H
k*m TtMKi. C*., a*t
as^awsMtai tk f*<
iii
cMeatless!
yet so !
IT STICKS TO THE '
SPAGHETTI !
NEW THICK
HOME STYLE
SAUCE FROM
Chef Boy-Ar-Dee
Your family will love itso thick
ft sticks to the spaghetti, .lever
sinks to a pool on your plate.
Every bit of its real Italian ta'am
gets into your mouth. Choice of
three meatless sauces: Meatless,
Mushroom, Marinara. Keep all
three on hand for tempting
variety.
NAVE SOME SOON!
or*4 Hi* ccvatry mmi Ut
* their ii< were tecctte!
w fhe r** i rfct rk wheft
relief pitth*rt rats' Bf .
Tkot r*c t*p t m tw*U4 th*
"Mll>*". c- if see* tfce*
e*r sinc.
Has in oFjin >ft :v
to b in kcti Mil i Hall et Nm?
. Trier* hove bee* t*> .
One is Bill Kl* wfce. wnirei
in Hie Notionol leae for mmny
yeorj and th< H>er l| Tow
Connolly who nos on anifire
for meny yori in Hie A-r-rUon
League.
Here'* on cdolty T-trt it
only one ployer ia major la*e
baseball leocy h* has nit aver
.300 in the bi* leafaes every
year since 1960. Can you
guess who be is? Ansvrer it
Roberta Clemente af the Pirates.
I BET YOU NDN7 KNOW
You can live tetter with *n
Annuity. Why live on in-
terest alone, only to have
your Heirs enjoy the Princi-
pal.
Mail for FRIf Booklet The
Annuity Tcdays Gc.Mtest
Bargain. '
Nome
Aa-dress
Phone
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FRED A. SANDIER
METRCr-Ot'TAN INSURANCE
CONSUITAUT SINCE Ml
Member Notienol Asiocis' >i of
life Underwriters.
595 BHtSBSrs Way. Coral liable*
Phone. 44-710T
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May. July 12. 1963
vJcnisti FhrhHan
Paqe 13-B
FISH
W teaspoon pepper
2 tablespoons flour
2 egg yolks
2 table-noors butter
margarine
EGG BARLEY (Farfel)
Egg barley can be made at home or bought in the superm-
arket For homemade variety, add 1 cup flour to 1 egg beaten
ith teaspoon salt until mixture forms a stiff ball. Cover and
I nst about Vt hour. Either grate on a coarse grater or chop
a woojen bowl. Either dry on board several hours or dry in a-
O0-degrec oven. Store in a covered jar. Can be added to boiling
oup and boiied for 15 minutes as egg barley soup or cooked as a
ide dish, cooked in boiling salted water for 15 minutes, drained
nd served with suiar and cinnamon or just butter or some kind
f gravy added, or baked as below.
BAKED EGG BARLEY
Saute xi cup minced onions in chicken or vegetable fat until
translucent: add 2 cups egg barley and fry until both onion and
barlej are slightly brown. Put in a sasserole and add 3 cup< of
chicken stock or hot water which has been salted to fnste. Bake
Covered in a 350 decree oven until egg barley is tender and water
- absorbed, about 1 hour. Serve as ;i si le dish. Good with gravy.
Blessed as America is with an abundant supply of water
rest) a?- well as -altit is no wonder that the number of fi-h
Overs is growing by leaps and bounds. If you family can be
tun ted among the fish devotees, here is a recipe for "Scharfe
ish" which combines the best of American seafood with real
Hamele's taam." When followed by a good yeast Coffee Cake.
can make a satisfying meal.
SCHARFE
8 two inch slices pike
1 onion, diced
1 carrot, diced
'v cup diced celery 2 table-noors butter or
5 cups water
2 tablespoons vinegar
Salt the fish and refrigerate for 1 hour. Let water, vinegar,
iced onion, carrot, celery and pepper come to a boil, reduce
eat and simmer 15 minutes. Wash the fish and let it come to a
loll, reduce heat and simmer about one half hour, adding salt if
necessary. Transfer fish to a platter, strain and keep the liquid
|or sauce, pour sauce over the fish and serve hot or cold.
Sauce for Above:
Melt butter in a saucepan, add flour, mix and brown slightly.
Add 2 cups of fish stock and cook until smooth. Off the fire, beat
egg yolks well and add boiling fish stock, stirring constantly.
Pour sauce over the fish.
YEAST COFFEE CAKE
1 envelope yeast 1 cup sugar
1 cup lukewarm water V* lb. butter
3Mi cups sifted flour 4 eggs
Dissolve yeast in one cup warm water, add one cup sifted
flour. Cover and let rise in a warm place free from drafts until
light. Cream butter and sugar until light, add eggs, one at a
time, beating well until well incorporated. Add this mixture to
the sponge and blend in the rest of the flour to form a smooth
dough. Mutter a 10-inch tube pan and place the dough in the pan.
J.et it rise until double in bulk and bake in a 350 degree oven
or 34 to 1 hour, or until it pulls away from sides of pan and is
olden brown. Remuie cake from the pan and cool on a cake
ack.
The wise mother, whose children constantly tell others what
n excellent baker Momma is. will always keep a "magic cookie
ar" well-replenished It will add to the joys of li\ing for the
^hildrenand for Poppa too.
STUFFED DUTCH MONKEYS
Plough:
K lb butter (Ua -ticks) lb teaspoon cinnamon
1 cup light brown sugar 1 egg
(tightly packed i 2 cups flour
1'inch of salt
Cream butter, sugar, salt and cinnamon. When well creamed,
fcdd egg and 2 cups flour. Make a dough and refrigerate 2 hours.
In the meantime, make the filling.
Fillino:
Mix together Divide dough in half, roll half on a well-
flourul board about 9Vi x 9vi. Place in a lightly buttered 9-inch
Square pan, and spread filling over it. Cover with second half
rolled out as above. Prick well and bake in a 375 degree oven
about 30 minutes. Cool in pan. When cool, cut into square-
BOHEMIAN COOKIES
': lb. citron, finely chopped '4 teaspoon vanilla
'4 lb. walnuts, ground 1 egg
IMi teaspoons butter
Put hard boiled yolks through a sieve. Cream butter and
sugar well, add hard-boiled egg yolks, add rest of ingredients
and mix well. Roll 1 '8 inch thick and cut with cookie form.
Rake in lightly greased pan in 375 degree oven about 15 minutes.
For a light, refreshing and cooling repast during these humid
of Cottage Cheese Pancakes. Both are nourishing dishes and not
July days, I suggest Sour Cherry Soup to be followed by a dish
too filling, and not too fussy in their preparation.
SOUR CHERRY SOUP
1 can pitted sour cherries Vi teaspoon salt
5 cups water 1 tablespoon cornstarch
2 tablespoons sugar or flour
In a pot boil to minutes cherries, water, sugar and salt. Make
a paste of the corn>tarch or flour and a little cold water. Grad-
ually add to soup and boil five minutes more. Serve with blobs
of sour cream.
COTTAGE CHEESE PANCAKES
1 cup flour 2 cups cottage cheese
1 teaspoon baking powder 4 eggs, separated
t* teaspoon salt 4 tablespoons sour cream
Cream cottage cheese, add four egg yolks, add the flour.
baking powder and salt, sieved together, and the sour cream.
Fold in egg whites beaten stiff but not dry. Fry pancakes in hot
butter or margarine.
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Paqe 14-B
9>Jmi9ti FkrHiairi
Friday. July 12, 1968
Electricity Turns On' Young Musicians
As Teen Combos Win New Popularity
LEGAL NOTICE
Electricity is literally what turns
on today's turnecl-on young genera-
tion as everything "electric" has
become "the thing" of many a
younger musician.
The "Electric Circus" in New
York has become one of the na-
Grape." "Mothers of Invention."
"Group Therapy." and the "Grate-
ful Dead."
The teen combos usually have
four to six members and their in-
struments are electric guitars, or-
gan-, pianos and accordions. Hut
tion's most popular youth attrac- the sound that comes out can be
lions while Chicago has an "Elec-
tric Theater" and the newest of
the rock groups calls itself the
"Electric Flag."
Not only i- just about every in-
strument from the guitar to the
organ booming with the electric
power of amplifiers, but the sound
of music is now accompanied by
almost anything, thanks to gadgets
that can make any instrument
sound like any otheror no instru-
ment formerly known to man
"These sound changing accesso-
ries have their place in serious
music, too Mr. Tibaldeo pointed
out. "A high school orchestra that
can't afford a bassoon, for in-
the sights of eye-blinding flashing stance, can convert another horn
ALFRID KASKll
Alfred Kaskel, 69.
Miami Golf Patron
And Philanthropist
Alfred L. Kaskel. founder and
sponsor of the Doral S100.000 Open
golf tournament, died in Miami
early Saturday morning. He was
6!) years old.
Mr. Kaskel was the builder and
owner of the Doral Country Club
in Miami, and the Doral Beach and
Carillon hotels in Miami Beach.
As head of New York's Carol
Management Corp.. he had created
one of the nation's larger real es-
tate holdings, with extensive prop-
erties in New York that included
more than 20.000 apartment units.
Famed as an innovator and a
perfectionist, he personally con-
ceived, built and operated his ho-
tels, apartment buildings and office
buildings, among which are New
York's Kennedy House. Newport
East and 90 Park Avenue, in addi-
tion to the Florida hotels.
Mr. Kaskel came to this country
from Poland in 1920 at the age of
2t. and was reputed to have been
worth a million dollars by the age
of 30. He was active to the end.
with additional new building in
process at the Doral Country Club,
and two new high rise apartments
fur Miami Beach on the drawing
boards.
His interests ranged beyond just
business. His love of golf prompted
him to bring PGA tournament golf
to Miami with the annual Doral
Open. His admiration of the arts
caused him to amass a major an-
tique collection for the Dorals, and
t> present the Greater Miami Phil-
harmonic in concerts for his guests.
He contributed heavily to chari-
ties, and was particularly inter-
ested in the Variety Children's
Hospital here in Miami
Surviving are his wife Doris, of
Miami: his son Howard and daugh-
ters Mrs. Alvin Schragis and Mrs.
Morton Blum of New York: broth-
er- Herman and David of Miami
and Irving of New York: and his
sister. Mrs. Irving Silverman, of
Miami.
Services were held Monday at
Riverside Memorial Chapel in
Manhattan.
strobe lights, blinking spotlights
and motion pictures projected on
walls and ceilings.
"Electric is the big thing in
music today and no self-respecting
music group can get along without
it." says Victor Tibaldeo of Victor
Pianos and Organs, 300 NW 54th
St.
"The whole trend toward the
new sound-and-sight has been
building up over the past several livery of the new developments in
years and Is bound to become sights ami sounds. Already perfect-
even stronger under the influence ed are strobe lights that can be
, of the hundreds of thousands of synchronized with the musical in-
teen-age combos across the coun- i struments. This enables the player
try."
into an 'instant' bassoon "
But the entire music industry
has lympathj with the parents and
apartment house neighbors <>( inn
sicians who want to practice full
volume any time of the day or
night. Headphones confine the
ampi'fied sound to the music-
maker so only he knows what's
happening
Victor Tibaldeo expects early de-
to increase or decrease the num-
ber of flashes in time with the
tempo. There may be as few as 70
flashes per minute or as many as
1.200so fast that if you blink your
eyes you'll miss an entire se-
quence. And one master light is
| enough to set off any number of
Among the customers for the "lave" units around the room,
new sounds-and-sights when they
Mr. Tibaldeo. who returned re-
cently from the annual music show
' in Chicago's Conrad Hilton Hotel,
said that the entire music industry
is looking forward to the electric
trend
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 79405-B
In RE f>t a I* uf
SAC.Ml BERNSTEIN
Dei rased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ing Claim* "i Demand* Attain*! Bald
Batati
Veil an hereb) notified and requir-
ed i" prevent an} claim* and demai rl*
wliii-li you ma} have iigaln*! the
estate ol > IH Ml BERNSTEIN d. -
,,.,-,.1 lull ol Dude County, Florida,
to the Count) Judges "i Dadi County,
and fll the name In duplicate mid a*
pro> Ided in s-. lion 733 16, Florida
Statutes, it. their offices In the Count)
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar month* from Ihi
tin.....i the find publication'hereol
..i he -.i in- a ill l" burred
Dated Rl Miami, Florida, Ihl* 20th
iln\ of June, A I' !!"
Rl iSAI.IK HOWARDS
A* Executrix
Find publication of thi.....Ik on
the 2lh dnj "f June, >'"-
'LAI in: I. RICHEI.
All.,|-ii.> foi Kx< Uti in
111 We*l Flligh -"'
Miami r
,. '.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\. iTICK is HEREBY tilVBN I
the, undersigned, desiring I" engngi
in business under the I cl tiou* liann
.1 KltiHT HAI.I. Ull.1.1 A III 'S
s \\ 27lh Avenue, Miami, Klorida h
lend* to register said nume with the
Clerk "i ihi Clivu.ll Coun Padi
County, Florida
[>KKK> s PASTRIES. IXC
Sole i lw m :
HERMAN l'KKIO Pn ldi nl
HKXKY Nl iKTON
Attorne) for Applicant
1(00 Bis. n> ii. Building
Miami, Floi i.in
: \.-[-:<
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK is HEREBY U1VKX thai
the undersigned, dealrlng i" engagi
in business under th- fictitious name
of TIKI BAR u !1J N W Seventh
Avenue, Miami, Florida Intends te
register wild name with thi Clerk of
th- Circuit Court ..f Dade County,
Florida
CARMEN S c'KSiM
Sole Iwiler
SIDNEY RFRON8) IN
Attorney f..r Applicant
613 Alnaley Building
Miami, Florida HIS!
7 13-19-211 :
LEGAL NOTICK
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALF
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVBN
b) virtue of <'li..iii. i .,:-
statutes Ann..Int..I (1X411 ..
housemen and War. In.u, i
wherein ABB VAN UNES ,
coi poratlon b] \ li m. ,,r it. M


lien has In it- possession th
di ri bed propert)
I'sed Housi hold Q.....Is as thi ut
of MRS JEANBTTE BEI.I
whose last kn..n local aildn
in.',: N \\ M si Miami, !":
thai on III. Hth da.) of Jul)
lui ng Hi. legal hour* ..f mI<
beta n 11 mi forenoon and
the aften.....n al 21S0 N \\ ;i
nue, Miami, Florida, the und<
hall offer f..r sale to the
hlddi i for .ash in hand thi
.1. sciibi .1 propert) ..f MRS
NBTTB BEI.L.AMI
Dated al Miami, Florida, tl
da) of July, il
' reach the music stores later this.
.year are the thousands of amateur
music groups that teenagers have
put together. Most of them play
not only for their own amusement
but for local school and community
affairs. Some go on to fame and
fortune
"When the lights are teamed up
with moving pictures and slides
projected on the walls and ceiling
and everything is in vivid color,
you know what psychedelic' is all
abOHt," Mr. Tibaldeo said.
Fortunately for parents of teen-
NOTICE UNDEER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIKRKMV OLVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
In buslneas under the fictitious name
.if THK VELVET it v i.i.i -N :.t
SMS S W ::-.Hi Avenue, Miami, Florida,
Intend t.. register aald name with
th.- Clerk .f tin Circuit Court ..f Dade
County, Florida
RICH M(|i .1 C1BRSTRIN
MBRL.E HERSTBIN
I.K' IN'ARD SKI.KnU IT/.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEX
ili.- undi i Igni d, di -ii-ii g In
In business undi Ihi fli lltlou
of DADE TITLE AND l.li
SCRANCE AOENCY at \-
tvetiui i : i; bli l-'l.....I.,
xaiil i
'\< rk "i" ihi i '.i. in i i '.ui i i
Cou Flu
DADE i mi: r.sri: iNCF.
USENCY, INC
ll \l:i:\ i: 1 HIEX Pn d. m
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUR'
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 75494-C
IN RK Batati of
AiilSTIN \l IRTIXEZ
|i, ...... ,t
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
DISTRIBUTION AND
FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE i- hereb) given thai
havi file.i :, Final Reporl and Pi
lion for Distribution and Final in-
. Ii.irce as RxecUtiil ..f the eatat.
.if M'i:isti\ MARTINEZ,
ed and thai on the Mth da)
July. IHM, will apply ti. the Honor
able County Judges ..t Dade Count)
Florida. f..i approval ..f aald v**
Reporl and for distribution an.l
final discharge a* Executrix of th.
estate >>f the above-named decedi
Tin- Itth day ..f June. 19(11
ANCIELJNA MARTINEZ
Bxecutrix
FAI'NCK. KINK FORM W
Attorm >-
I.-102 Congress Bidg
Mil...... Florida 3
r. :i-i* 7 B-i:
fortune via the recording route agen, however, he doesn't expect I Attorney for
with imaginative names like the the family room to become an merVe (iVrbtrVn B'N ""d
"Strawberry Alarm Clock." "Blue electric happeningunless there's 7 12-18 86-8 .
Magoos." "Auto Salvage." "Moby an electrician in the family.
Facts Book Issued VaBda,$ Attack syn99ues
. wv.v trvvn IJJUVH MELBOURNE, Australia (JTA
By Beach Chamber
The KIRS' Miami Reach Chamber
of Commerce Facts Book is ofl
the press with new Facts and Pig.
ures and a new cover.
The local economic survey lists
the Dade delegation to the Florida
Legislature, who's who in the Mi-
ami Beach City Council, who is
major of Hade's municipalities,
and the vital statistics of Miami
Beach.
Included in the 40 pages are
such facts and figures as elec-
tricity, gas and water COnsump-
j tion. number of telephones, health
and recreation facilities and pop-
ulation.
A spokesman for the Victoria
Jewish Board of Deputies warned
here this week that the Jewish
community may be forced to mount
guards al its synagogues because
of a wave of vandalism
The Carlton Hebrew Congrega-
tion here was broken into twice
within a week. The latest act of
vandalism caused an estimated
, $3,000 in damages. I: occurred just
alter the congregation finished
cleaning up and repairing the dam
| age done in an earlier break-in
LEGAL NOTICE
I NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
I IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Or THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 68-10376
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I'Ai'i.INK A UiWRY \VITZ1,BBE.N
Plaintiff
FRBOBRK K .I WITZI.ERBN
To Pfc FREDERICK ,l U ITZI.BBEN
II II i' ; 11> .;. neral Spl In
Ai> >. Seattle, Washington, Stsftii
You. FREDERICK .I \\ I'i'/.l ,BBI : v
! an : bj notified thai ;. BUI ..f
Complaint for Divorce ha* been filed
nil iin-i you, and ) i.......iuli in
nerve .i iHipj of your Answer or Plead-
ing to ihi Bill "i Ciimpliiinl on the
Pliilnl ut atloi ney, Ji >SEPH II
YoCNU, ITS Blltmore M u) Corai
(laldi Fl i i'l.i and file the niiginnl
An-u. r or PI. ading In thi
if thi Clerk the flreull i'..urt
..i- or before the th ilu> ol Vugu I
If you fail t.. .1.. ho ludg-menl
bj default u in be luki n ugaii I you
t..r the r. Hi l ,|, mundeil m the BUI ..f
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 68-9752
SUIT
MAROIK ISCEVARA LAW.-. .\ ,
Plaintiffs,
< aim.h.s u i;ii:\ ai: \
Di ;!,.I..ut
Ti>: CARU >H W IH'BV VI: \
l'i' Rhine Road
H iii.n Mill. i'i Bragi
North i 'arollna
Si rnil N'n I758175M
You CARI/)8 \\ tll'EVARA
hJ notified thai a Kill of Complaii I
ha* been filed against you. and you
:"' '' 'lUll l.....i. :, upj ,,( yOU|
' wel or Pleadii r t.. thi Bill
'''}':- : the Plaintiff's att..rn. .
y!M IN ,:......MAN ,v HIH.T-/.M \N
,~''" Hey bold Building, Mlam
Morlda. 33 US and file Ihi
x '-r or plead ng in the ofl of tl
V1' ,K "' the Circuit Court on ..r befon
Jhe 31si daj of July. IHCt it you I i
o, ludgmenl b> .I. fault will hi
'" Bgalt I you I lh. relief d<
i "i i mi
rnlf /lotlci hull be pul.lii.hed ... i .
"*'' ur i eeutlv. ureekt
In I Mi: JEWISH i'i.. .,:,| ,
l"'M. AXIl ORDERED at Mlam
'a. this Mth daj ... Jum A D
. R B I.EATHKRMAN, Clerk
' ir. uit Court. Dade i 'ounn pint ,.|
B) : K M. I.VM \N
Deput) fl. rk
ill t oun Seal i
SHBVIN, 111 ii i|,\i \\
Scholarships To
Aid Area Police
A new scholarship fund estab-
lished by the Dade County As-
sneiation of Chiefs of Police will
provide tuition for two police
science students at Miami Dade
Junior College this year.
Miami Beach Police Chief Rocky
Pomerance, president of the Asso-
ciation, said that the scholarships
of $250 each will be awarded to
full-time police officers Winner-
will be selected by a committee
from the Association in time to
enter Miami-Oade for the fall term
beginning Aug. 26. They will at-
tend classes on a part-time basis
while continuing to work.
Dim Ills In
Greater Miami
POLLACK
Mn- Marcella. 41, of *::. Michigan
Avi Miami Beach, .li.-.l ThUrsdus
Jul) I She had lived hi Dade Coun-
'> fr 20 years after romlng fn.m
BnK.klyn, N^ Mrs I'..II:,. k was a
m. ml i ... Temple Bmanu-BI Bis-
''',......I. the Hebrew Acadi my, Ha-
'l h. Mi Hlnal Hospital Auxiliary,
Mi/.r.i.l.i. the Miami Reach Chaptei
of i irt and a- u paal chiilrmmt of
1 ed Cerebral Pals) Bui vivors in-
clude her husband, Inlng, twodaugh
' i iarr) li and I 'ai In : b son, Josh
ua: I., r mothi r, Mm Mlrinm TnTr-
' no hei sister, Jai qui line .lu-
' N. Vork Riverside Chapel
handled arrangements
i.la
use
How -
is:
Collins i'i .
B( ,
ABRAHAM. Oeorg
Rh i-nl.- Chapi i
BATURIN. Murray, ESS W r.lsi
-iL'ii Entombed in Ml N.i...
BKROER!. Bldne, li ;,, ,-.; Collins
-i-Li,-L.' N'""ian Funeral II..m.
BERENSON. I:, i lamin. n ISM 71st
_* (l RIvepBlde Chanel
BRANDEIS. I.... |. do ,.;, B,
M' .v!i!,V''''""1" ,'1''11"1- '"'rm.-iil
bush. Irving U. 1501
M i*
coc i oroff. BamueL M, MO Merid-
ian A vi mi:. Newman Chapel
DALE. Hasel Mae Newby h:, :";
Monegro. Riverside I'haPel
OUBROWSKV, Mr, ,, Bnv
Lr MB, Riverside Chapel.
Michigan A>.
NOTICE OF
M>TI< K is HERBMY UIVE.N that
b) virtu, of Chapter 1.7- .,, ,.-| .
statutes Annotated (1U). Wre"
housemen ami Warehouse Recelut*
wherein ABE VAN links ii n.
i-orporutlon by virtue ..r it- n-arel
ten has In its possession the f.
iiil- I .1 Household Hood* ns the prop, ...
ol Mrs JAMES HINKK1. whose l.,.-t
known ...;,i address mu Ms Bust man
...... Rlngaport. Tenn and thai ,.n
n. .ml day of August, l6. during
the legal hours ..f sale, mainly be.
tween 11:00 forei....... and 2:00 In the
i afteniooi, at 2186 N.W. Mth Avenue.
Miami, hlorlda, the undersigned -hall
offer f..r sale lo the highest bidder for
"sh in hand the above described
Property ..f MRS JAMES HINKE1
Dated at Miami. Florida, this sth
daj of July. 196s
7 12-7 10
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE '
No. 72410-A
in RE: Estate ..f
II STINK W L'MALI'IN
Itecensed
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
, ,N'PT"' h.....bj civ. ,. ii,.,, i have
nli-l my Final Reporl uml Petition for
ll trlbution und Final Dls.-harg< I
Administrator, C T A of the estate of
.11 S-l'INi: w CHALFIN a. used
and thai on the letii day ..f Augu I
''"-. ill appl) In il,.' Honorable
Count) Judges of Dad. County Flor-
id i for approval ..r snid Final I:.:.. -.-1
and f.a- distribution and final dig-
ehargi as Administrator i'T \ ..f
th- estate of the above-named dec<
dent Tie- i-iii day ..t July i--.\
SA.MI'KI, T. BAP1RO,
Administrator, c T V
MYBR8, KAPl.V.N PORTER
Attorney
11.'." s w Firai Street
Miami. Florida tSUO (S7l-!">ii)
7 I2-10-80 tr.
Complaint Hiil.TZMAN, Esgs
--------Tin- shall be publl hed ...... :;,': '">'>'.....I Rulldt .
inil.'. hed
| each week f..i tour ininsi 'Utlvi v i
in THE JEW ISM FUlKIIMAN
IMINE AN 11 i HU>BRBn nl \li im
Fli rlda, thi- stl, da) of .In!. A l>
r.ni-
R B IJ3ATHBRM VN Clerk
Circuit i 'ourt, l i.i.l. Count > Plot Ida
B) i: k sin: \
I .....Ill v I 'I. Ik
H 'il.llil I '.in t s, ,,| i
JOSEPH II VOCNU
47". Blltmore \\ a)
oral Qables, Plot id i
Attorne) for Plaintiff
7 IL' I9-2C-S I
NOTICE OF SALE OF ONE (1)
LOCKHEED CONSTELLATION.
Miami Kloridn
Attorneys foi Plaintiff
... 7 ,
___NOTICE OF SUIT OR
!N TMrD^r,,2F PUBLICATION
c, Cwe5lRCU,T COURT OF THE
n> c, ^.IH JUD'CIAL CIRCUIT
FJrR,DA' 'N AND FOR OAOE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. S8-8749
1 i-.-.i ,^UIT FOR DIVORCE
I.t M.I.K BHELTON
Plaintiff,
.ti
in.
here-
estmenti.
Ml. I Hal ii
-. for cash
I....U... I
i" ; Dai
lock A M
ay -f July.
nil Cod .
by given by Aviation
Inc., .1 i. a Air Internatl
will sell ai public auctl
lo iii- highest bidder, oi
Const. Ilutiot Model No
"I in,nula. tin .
No 71'. 254, as Is, at In
(E.D.B T i on the i-tli .
I08K, in iii- main hangar ..f Aviation
Investments, I no .1 I. :, \,,- Inter-
national al Miami International Air-
port, I i.i.i- County, Florida, to satisfy
;i wat housema Hi n for i toragi
charges The Successful bidder shall
Bssumi th. responslbllit) fur and shall
pays all costs ..f effecting transfer of
title ..i registration, and shall removi
the aircraft from the premises within
t-n (im days from date ..f sale
Inspection ..f tli- described aircraft
ma) be madt ai the time and place
f sale, .. b) prior appointment with
Jack Btavig telephone s-t jssi
AVIATION l\VKSTMi:\TS INC
d'h a
All: INTERNATIONAL
T/U-lt
August, IMT. Serial | i;.,v lf ,.., fa||
Barrett Chri.il, '* B^pard^'eM AJn
rM' :,;;:
< th day ..f August
" Judgment b)
iV,""".". '%'" .'" <'"' uaralnst ..u foi
:':;,:,;;;,: dMn-nd*..... >
,Jll"l, ""l'"<" yl"'n '"' Published ...-
each week for fout ., u,|v, ,.,.k
In Th. Jewish Floridlan
..,",">'l': AND ORDERED al Miami
ll-n.la this 1st ila> ,.f ,|U|, A |,
!: B LEATHERMAN
Clerk, circuit < '..itrt
I lade i 'oun I) Florida
B) : K M LYMAN
i i. iput) Clerk
11 'ii, uit Court Seal I
J< >HN V CHRISTIE ESQ
BARRETT. CHRISTIE & BHEPARD
Attorne) for Plaintiff
(08 Mnsle) Building',
Miami, Florida
7/5-U-lf-H


*day. July 12, 1968
*. kwirt Fk>rSdliat7
Paae 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
fiTK'H IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
' unilei IgllWl. desiring to engage
business under the fictitious name
.YltOPK. JONAS ami KVANS at
i-Ti.-i street, Miami Pan oh. Florida
hi d to register said name with
[ dark of the circuit OoajM of
A, i 'ounty. Florida.
Its TROPE, JONAS and EVANS
Professional Association
LrBBR and ROSKIN
-orneys for applicants
IN Blscayne Blvd.
uni, Florida
6/21-28 7, ..-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
gtre.t. Miami, Florida intends to
raffs', r said name with the i Merit of
^circuit Court of Dade County,
^Eda
jklen rkal'shamp darcet
Ikph h vuu.vg
Irney for
l.EN Iikaivhamp DARCET
fu BAIL/8 COIN WASH
6/21-28 T/B-1J
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
VTICB 18 HEREBY GIVEN thai
[undersigned, desiring to cngagi in
In."1- under the fictitious names of
ENBOGBN and BARENESS at
Normandy Drive, Miami Beach,
Briu. intends to register saul names
the Clerk of tha Circuit Court
ofXh.dc County, Florida.
fjl.l cM'J m;KN and BARENESS
Professional A>mhi;iiion
SHARPER Ac ROSKIN
\ttorn.ys for applicant
IDCK Bis.-.iviif Boulevard
MuUli, Florida
6 21-2S 7 r,-12
I NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ILEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66.6601
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
DORIS LIMA SI'A P.I-:/..
Hainiifr.
MAltcos ANTONIO SCAKKZ.
Defendant.
TO: M Alt' "OS ANTONIO SCARES
M i0 Baxter Avenue
New York, New York
Tou. MARCOS ANTONIO SUAREZ,
ar herein notified iliat a Kill of Com-
plaint for Divorce lias been filed
Rgai: t you. and you are required
to serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleadn g to the Bill of < '..inplaii.t on
the Plaintiffs attorney. IRWIN O.
CHRIST IK, 2650 Hlscuyne Blvd.. Miami.
Florida 33137 and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the < 'lerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 26th day of July. 196 If
you fall to do so. Judgment by de-
fault w.il In- taken against you for
the relief demanded in the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this ltlth day of June A l
1968
H B. I.EATHKRMAN. Clerk,
Circuit t'ourt, Dade County. Florida
By: C. P. COPELAND
Deputy > 'lerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
6/21-2H 7/5-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-9299
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IIAYMOND Mr KNKiHT
Plaintiff,
vs
Dorothy mc knkiht
D' fondant.
TO: DoltoTHY Mc KNIGHT
Andrews. South Carolina
Tou. DOROTHY Mc KNIGHT, are
hereby notified that a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ig to the Bill of Conipluint on the
Plaintiff's attorney, HOWARD J.
ROSEN, 999 N.W. Ulh Street, Miami.
Florida, 331(6 ami file the original
Mwwer or Pleading In the offli.....f
[he Clerk of the Circuit Court on oi-
lier..!, the Mth -lay of July. 19611. If
miu fall to do so, judgment bj default
Will he take,i against you for the le-
ief demanded In the Bill of Complaint
This notice shall he published once
Bach week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 17th day of June A |i
19CV
E H. I.EATHEKMAN. clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: K M. LYMAN
Deputy Clerk
iCircuit Court Seal)
HOWARD J. ROSEN. ESQ.
\ttorus) for Plaintiff
MS N W 14th Street
Miami, Florida, 33136
6/21-28 7 '5-12
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 68-9631
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ARTHI'R ALLEN,
Plaintiff,
vs
KITH ALLEN,
1 "efemlant.
lo PITH ALLEN
2481 W. Central Avenue. Apt A
Toledo Ohio
you ARE HEREBY notified thai
a complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you, and vni are here-
by required to serve a copj "f your
answer or other pleading to the Com-
plain! on the Plaintiffs attorney,
LESTER ROOER8, Whose address is
(99 N W. Mth street. Miami, Florida
S3136, and file the original with the
Clerk of the above Styled Curl. .11
or before the 91 day of July, I968, oi
a D. fault will be entered against
you.
DATKD THIS .'"111 day of June. 19KS.
E It LKATHHKMAN
Clerk of the Circuit "ourt
By: K. M. LYMAN
6/2* 7/5-12-19
MYEMU
BY HENRY LEONARD
[j. "What you say about me, Molly, hurts so much
If ... it must be true. Thank you ever so much for
your criticism!"
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
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
MKI.VIN GEDNBT
I'lallitlll,
va
EVELYN F. OEDNET
1 icfendaiit.
TO: EVELYN P. OEDNET
4H Park Circle South
E Famingdale, lng Island,
New York 11735
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against you. and you are re-
quired to serve a copy of your Answer
or I'ltading to the Pill of Complaint
on the Plaintiff's Attorney, CROVEH
oi.MBNT WBINSTEIN & STAIBER.
420 Lincidn Road. Miami Beach,
Florida and file the original Answer
or Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
29th day of July, 19'".8. If you fall
to do so, judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 20th day of June. AD.
196M
K, B IJSATIIEIIMAN.
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
By: L SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ISROVER, CIMKNT. WBINSTEIN
& STACBER
Attorneys for Plaintiff
by SHKRWIN STAC HER
420 I-ii" oln Road,
Miami Beach, Florida
6 M 7/5-lt-ll
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOVICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigii.i.1, desiring t engage
in business under the fictitious name
of BRASSIERS I.EONISA at 1343 N" E.
2nd Avenue int.-mis to register said
name With the Clerk of the Clrcull
Court of Dade County, Florida
VA1.LADAKES FASHIONS
.; ji-js 7 5-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS IIEREBI IllVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engi i
;-, business under the fictitious name
..f SANS SOUCI ASSOCIATES al
sim Blsoayne Boulevard, .Miami.
Florida intends to register -aid name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Courl
of Dade County, Florida
TIBOR 1IOI.I.O
KINK & JACOBS) >N
Attorneys for Applicant
6 21-2H 7 :.-!2
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of HOLIDAY FABRICS at 490 W. 29
Street. Hialeah intends to register
said name with the cierk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
BERNABE RAMIREZ,
Sole Owner
6,21 7/S-12-1*
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
I he undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious names
of BAHAMA CRUISES; BAHAMAS
CKIISKS AND TOURS; BAHAMAS
CRUISES AND Tiicus CENTER;
BAHAMAS CRI'ISKS AND TOPRS
BOOKING OFFICE! BAHAMAS
CRIISES AND TiHPS RESERVA-
TIONS; BAHAMAS CRI'ISKS AND
TOURS SALES; HAH A MAS CRI'ISKS
WD TOPRS SERVICE; IUI1AMAS
CRUISES AND TOPRS CONSUL-
TANTS CRUISE RESERVATIONS
SERVICE: FRBBPORT CBI'I S B 8
AND TOURS at S90I Collins Avenue,
Miami Beach, Florida intend to re-
gister said names with th>' C|,rk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Count>.
Florida,
JEROME J GRANGER
Sole Owner
MAC M EH M EDI.
Attorney for Applicant
1900 S.W. Third Avenue
Miami. Florida :I31X9
.J8 I/S-U-ll
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
No. 68-9924
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
SYLVIA KINHOKN
Plaintiff,
vs
MOSES E1NHORN,
Defendant.
TO: MOSES KINHOKN
2319 Ditmars Boulevard
Astoria, N.-w York lll".r.
You, MOSES KINHOKN, are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for DlVOrCl has I.....n filed against you,
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
attorney, JOSH RKPHCN, 1370 Wash-
ington Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida,
3:1139 and file the original Answer or
Pleading 111 the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the 6th
day of August, IM8. If you fall to do
so, judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI/iRIDlAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this L'7th day of June A.D.
1968.
K. B. LEATHEKMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, I>ade County. Florida
By: ALVIN IKIKMAN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
JOSH RKPHCN
1370 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida 331.19
Attorney for Plaintiff
75-12-19-26
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 79436-C
in UK: Estate of
HARRY KATZBN
De<-eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors- and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims ,,r Demands Against Said
Estate:
\ ou are hereby notified and requir-
ed-to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the
-Mat.- of HARRY KATZBN deceased
lat. ..f Dade County, Klorida, to the
County Judges of Dad.- County, and
file the same In duplicate and as pro-
M.led in Section 733.16, Florida Sta-
tutes, ill their offices in the County
Courthouse in Bade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
inn. of ihe firs! publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 24th
day of June, AD 1961
ROSE KATZBN,
^ Executrix
Klrst publication of this notice On
iii. 38th day of June, 191 -
HAROLD /.INN. ESQUIRE
Attorney for Rom* Katsen
319 Dads i.d. ral Kidg.
.; 28 7 :,-':'-i9
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVBN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage
ill business under the fictitious names
of FEI.TMAN and WORTON; FELT-
M \N and WORTON P. A. al 1321 N W.
14th strut. .Miami. Florida Intends
lo I'cKisler said names i\ith the Clark
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
FEI.TMAN and UOKTON
PROFESSIONAL aSSOCI \ TIO.N
Sole WHer
SPARHKRand ROSKIN
Attorneys for Applicant
100 N Blscayne Roulevard
Miami. Florida .__
7 5-12-U-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS IIKKKHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
hi business under the fictitious name
of TED'S COTTAGE 1AM NOE ai
1661 s.U 27th tvenue, Miami Florida
-. r said name xv Ith
the ci.rk of the Clrcull Cow I of I Midi
County. Florida.
THE" 'DORK J GILLESK1
Soli i m |i< P
KKSSLEK. MASSE) A
BBCKEKMvn
Attorneys for Applicant
49.". Blltmon w a)
Coral Cables. Florida
7 :.-12-19 26
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERBBT GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring lo engage
in business under the fictitious name
of RADIO COMMUNICATIONS cum',
at number 211 Roper Building. 20
Southeast Third Avenue, in Hi. City
"f Miami, Florida, intends to register
the said 'name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dole County, Florida.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this Sth
Day of January, 196H.
THOMAS J. BRENNAN
i, i| T .-.-12-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK is HEREBY GIVEN thai
lb.- undersigned, d. siring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of ADAM N EVE at number >4M
Harding A VS., in Ihe City ..f Surfside.
Florida, Intends to regiater the s..i.i
name with Ih. Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 2nd
day ..f July, 1968
BARBARA STRICKLER'S
SH( IWCA8E
NUMBER TWO. INCORPORATED
MORTIMER S. COHEN
Attorney for Applicant
1400 Ainsley Building
Miami, Florida
7/5-12-19-M
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
In RE: Estate of
No. 79067
MARC, A RET LEAHY
Deceas.il
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or D. mauds Against Said
Estate:
Y..u are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and dl mauds
which you may have against the es-
tate ,.f MARGARET LEAHY de-
ceased late of Dad.- County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file ih. same In dupllcata and as
provided In Bectton 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their .ff ic.s in tic County
Courthouse hi Dads County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
tune ..f the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, 'I.'.- 2nd
day of July, A I > 1968
MAURI! i: u:i'ci .i;
As Administrator
First publication of this notice ->ti
the .-,11, day of July, 1968
ESSEN ESSEN
Attorney for Administrator
120s Ainsley Building
Miami, Florida
___________________________7-r
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
in business under the fictltioui ...in.
..f PALMETTO PAR at 7391 West
Fiagicr Street, Miami, Florida mien.Is
to register said name with ih. Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
ROBERTM SHKPARD
Sob- i iwiu-r
KESSI.ER. MASSKY .v
BECKERMAN
Attorneys for Applicant
496 Hiltmore Way
Coral Gables, Florida
7 5-12-19 St
ATTENTION
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engai;
in business under the fictitious nanv
Of WINSLOW, SNEIDER. PRYOI.
and CAPLAN at B9O0 N Kendall
Drive. Miami. Florida, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Clrcull Curt ,.f fade County, Florida,
WINSLOW. SNEIDER. PRYOR
and CAPI.AN RADIol/ hHi'IaX,
ASSi .(MATES P. A.
8PARBER and ROSKIN
Attorn, vs for Applicant
loo N Blscayne Boulevard
Miami. Florida
7/12-1K-26 8/2
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
in business under the fictitious nam.
of BEZALEL'S ISRAELI CJIFT SHOD
and NATIONAL HEBREW BOOK
STORE al '..4I. Washington Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida intend to re-
gister said name with the Clerk of
Ihe Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
SAMUEL H 8ILVERMAN
DIANA BFLVERM \N
si.Mi.N mays & GRUNDWERG
Attorneys for Applicants
301 Ainsley Building
Miami. Florida 13131
I 31-28 7 5-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of SMITH. KoRAi'll. 11AYKT. LIP-
PACK. HAYNIE & ASSOCIATES at
721 N.W. 21st Court. Miami. Florida
Intends to register said name with
the ci.rk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
1RVIN KORACH
LEONARD HA YET
ARl'llt H LIl'l'ACK
WILLIAM HAYNIE
DAVID P. CATSMAN
Attorney for Applicant
150 S.B. Second Avenue
Miami, Florida
7 :.-U'-l'-'-S6
"NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring lo i llgage
in business under the fictitious name
of Bl/X'll. COOKE and SUSSMAN
at 12.-.7" N.E Seventh Avenue, North
Miami. Florida ml. nds lo register
said name with the Clerk of Ihi Clrcull
Court of Dade County, Florid...
DPS Bl.1 if II. fi HIKE
and SUSSMAN
Professional Association
SPARBERft Koskin
Attorneys for Applicunl
100 N BiscayiK Boule> ard
Miami, Florida 12-19-26 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
ihe undersigned, desiring to
III business Ulldel- ill.- fictitious :.illo
of INVESTMENTS I NI.IMITFD at
708 City Notional Bank Building,
Miami. Florida Intend to re-
gister said name iih the Clerk ..t
the Circuit Courl of Dad- County,
Florida
HOWARD .1 Hol.l.ANDKR
BERNARD 0 I'ESTCOK
.. 28 : 5 12-19
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 79655-A
In HE Estate of
S>L LEI KEN
Dei ased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and Ml Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Again I Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any i la,ins and demands
which you may have against Uw i
tat.- of SOL LEIKEN deceased late
of Da.i. County, Florida, to tin County
Judges of Dad. County, and file the
-.nil.- in ilupllcati and as provided In
Section 733.16, Florida Statutet In
ih.-ir offi.es iii th. County Courthouse
in Dad. County, Florida, wil v
calendar months from Ihi llmi of the
first publicat Ion hereof, or ihi i
Will bl I..11 led.
Dated ill Miami. Florida ,thli I daj
..i Juni \ 11 1968
RKPA SANDIER
\- r.\..mi-ix
First publication of this notice on
th.- ,,ib da) t .luiv. ".,..
SPARBER and ROSKIN
Attorne) i for Bxet uti-ix
I (HI N... Mi Pis. ..\ n. Blvd.
Miami. Florida : SI3I
7/5-12-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78685-B
In UK Estate of
REGINA FERGANG
1 !ec< ased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Per.-..ns Hav-
ing claims- ..r Demands Against Said
K. lati
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and dema
v In. b y..u in:.v have against (io
estat. of REGINA FERGANG decea-.-
d lat.- of In .le County. Florida, to
ihe County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and
as provided In Section 7:i:t.l6. Florida
Statutes. iii their offices In the
County Courthouse in Dnde County.
Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or the same will he barred.
Dated at Miami, this 13th day of
June, A.D. 1961.
JERRY S. MINTZBR
MARTIN WACMAN
As Co-Executors
First publication of this notice on
the -i.-t day of June, 1968.
KURT WEI.LISCH
Attorney for Estate of
REGINA FERGANG
167 Almerla Avenue,
Coral Gables, Florida
6.21-2 7/5-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 79484-A
In RE: Estate of
11 i:i.i:n hi.att
11. ceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims ..i- Demands Against ga 1
, Bstate
> ..ii are hereby notified and reojulr-
led to pr.-.iit any claims and demai
which you may have against the
estate "f HELEN hi.att deceased
late of Dad. County, Florida, to the
Counts Judges of Dade County, d
file the same In duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16, Florida s .
tutes, in their offices In the Cou
Courthouse in Dads County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the name will be barred.
i. d at Miami, Florida, this 17th
da] "i June, v l> 1968
JACK H HI.ATT
At Executor
Fit'-i publication of this no-,ice on
the .isi da) of June. 1968.
SPARBER AND ROSKIN
Attorneys for Executor
101 Soi ih Biecayne Hl\.|.
Mi.inn. Fieri.la .
6/21-28 7 .--12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 79334-C
in RE: Bstate of
MAX .1 SCHWARTZ
De, ,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Rav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Sa 1
Estate:
You arc hereby notified and requir-
ed to presem any claims and demands.
A'hlch you may have against the
estate of MAX .1 SCHWARTZ de-
ceased late of Dade County. Finn
to the Counts Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and I
provided h Section 7SS.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the County
Courthouse ii. Dad,- County, Florida,
within six calendar months from
time Of the first publican.mi li.i-
or ihe same xx 111 be barred.
I int. .1 -H Miami. Florida, this It d
of June, A D 1968
KPTH BANGER
\s Executrix
Fit -t publli aliou of this nol .- I
d ij ..f June, lues.
SCII I" I. MAN SMITH
A RICHMAN
m ii.i neya foi Executrix
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Miami Reach. Florida 33139
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Full Text
lay. July 12. 1968
*lewi*tinurkUan
Paqe 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
DTICB IS HEREBY GIVEN that
undersigned, desiring to engage
histnesa under the fictitious name
1'ROl'E. JONAS and KVA.NH at
-Ti.st street, Miami Baaoa, Florida
Bldl i" register said name with
Clerk of the Circuit Court of
1. County. Florida.
|IS TROPE, JONAS and EVANS
Professional Association
LRHEH and ROSKIN
rneys for applicants
ft. Blscayna Blvd.
ml. Florida
6/21 -28 7/5-M
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
pTH'B IS HEKKiiY undersigned, desiring to engage
Bstneaa under the fictitious natoe
IAII/S COIN WASH at 8591 S W
(treat, Miami, Florida intend* to
er saild dame with the Clerk of
Circuit Court of Dade County,
Ma.
Iki.e.n BBAUSHAMP DAJlCnTT
BPH H VOU.NO
frney for
&EN IIKACCHAMP DAIi'KY
' IAII.S COIN WASH
6/21-28 7/6-12
r My mo
BY HENRY LEONARD

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
)TICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
nderalgned, desiring to engage in
aess under the fictitious names of
ENBOGBN and HARKNESS at
iNormandi I>rlve, Miami Baaoh,
da. Intends to register said nam. s
the Clerk of the Circuit Court
lade County, Florida.
I.I ENBOOSN and HARKNB8S
Professional Association
tBKR & ROSKIN
rneys f,.r applicant
I, Blacayne Boulevard
lli. Florida
21-L'S 7 r.-12
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
rTHE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
.EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
tOE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. B-6601
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IS LIMA Sl'ARE'/i.
fintiff,
COS ANTONIO SCAREZ.
fondant.
M \ic< i is ANTONIO 8UAREZ
6060 Baxter Avenue
N.w York, New York
Bu. MARCOS ANTONIO SCARE/..
lereb) notified tliat a Hill of Com-
"lit tor Divorce luu been filed
list you. and you are required
erve a copy of your Answer or
_ i. .: to the Bill of C.uiiulailit on
the l'lainliff^ attorney. IRWIN G.
CHRISTIE, :'6iO Hlacayne Blvd.. Miami.
Ida Mill and file the original
K'-r or Pleading in the office of
Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
r. the :6th .lay of July. "'"'' If
fail to do so. Judgment by de-
It w.il lie taken against you for
r. lief demanded in the Bill of
Iplalnt.
Ills notice shall he puhlislo'd once
umh for four consecutive w ,-.ks
in THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN.
DCNE AMI ORDERED at Miami,
narida, this 18th day of Jane A B.
1966
B B. I.EATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Hade County. Florida
By c p COPKUND
Deputy Clerk
(Cbvurt Court Seal)
6/21-28 7,.1-12
r r
!t "What you say about me, Molly, hurts so much
I ... it must be true. Thank you ever so much for
your criticism!"
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in bualneaa under the fictitious name
of RADIO COMMUNICATIONS CORP,
at number 211 Roper Building, 20
Southeast Third Avenue, in tin City
of Miami, Klotida, intends to register
the said name with the Clerk Of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
Haled at Miami. Florida, this 8th
day of January, 168.
THOMAS J. BHENNAN
I _h 7 '.-12-19
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. W-9299
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IIAYMOM, Mr KNIOHT
1>I.....ff.
1> 'Ml ITHY M. KM'iHT
rfeudanl
re): m>nuTHT Mc KM'IHT
V.di.w-. South I'amliii.i
torn. OOROTHT Mc KMOIIT, are
aa>'.> ......fi-d that a Hill of Com-
Divorce luui bean filed
ni you. and you are required to
re h >.|.\ ..f \ mr Answer or Plead-
. iiiii ..f Coiuulalnl .mi 'li.-
attorney, Howard I
-i V ...... V W 14th Street. Miami.
. aw ..fa. 13126 and file the origjnal
a.< i.i Pleading m ike office ..f
He i. i i I,. uii Ciuri on or
acton Mth daj ..f July. l8. If
aMdCBMBl bj default
...u f. i the i. -
i* .' I 'In Hill ..( ..iin.laint
.ill !> i>ul.h-he.l once
s h > maaruilve weeks
NI IKWIHH FI/'RIDIVN
I i N|i "KKKItEH :.i Miami.
Kla.i.U Ihla 17th du> of June A.D
\ DIEKM \N. Clerk
... i ..i. '..iini >. i-i..i Ida
H> K U I.YMAN"
I" put] Cfa-rk
Ml ui I Shi||
ltl> J ROSEN, FScJ.
I ... I. tiff
69 N U I44h HI
da. 31IJ
6/21-26 7 i-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No MM21
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
" ( M.I.MN.
..'ff.
vu
Ml Til \l '
I U.I.FN
< I \.. ii. \ |. I \
II ii i:ki:hv notified that
Dtvori has I-- en
) u .ili.l i ..ii .i I
*% I. >,u.. ..... opj of J "111
I lil.MlllliK to th< < .111-
ri I'l.iu.tiif aliomey,
It KiMIKI lr<
Miami, Florida
K< .1 mill Hie
. art, on
P '-'.' the .1 .U> .f Jill
a i.....uit w -....I., galnal
i ... i June, I'.".-
I II I.EATHEUM \N
i. i i nil I '-"urt
K N I.VMAN
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
MEL.VLN OBDNBY
l'lan.tiff.
va
i:\EI.YN F 'lEDNEY
Defendant
TO: EVELYN F OEDNEY
48 l'ark Circle South
E. Kamlngdale. Ixinn Island,
New York 11735
You are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
filed agajnst you, and you are re-
quired b3 serve a copy of your Answer
or Pleading to the I till of Complaint
on the Plaintiffs Attorney, c,rover
iIMKNT WBINSTE1N & STACBER,
120 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach,
Florida and file the original Answer
or PleadiiiK in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit L'ourt on or before Uie
2th day of July. 1*68. li you fall
to do so, judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH FI-ORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDBRED at Miami,
Florida, this 20th day of June. A.D.
I Bag
B. B. U3ATHEHMAN,
Clerk, Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida.
By: I. SNEEDEN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
<.ROVER. CIMENT. WEIN8TELN
&. STAI'BBR
Attorneys for Plaintiff
by SHERWIN 8TA1 HER
420 I.in. cIn Road,
Miami Beach. Florida
6 28 7/5-12-10
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
..f HOLIDAY FABRICS at 400 W. 29
Street. Hialeah Intends to register
-sii id name with the Clerk of Hie
Circuit Court of Had.' County, Flot-Ida.
BERN ABE RAMIREZ,
Sole Owner
6,20 7 .'.-12-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious names
.,f BAHAMA CRCIISES; BAHAMAS
criises ami TOURS; Bahamas
CRUISES AND TOI'RS CENTER;
BAHAMAS CRIISES AND T'TKS
BOOKINtl OFFICE- BAHAMAS
CRCI8BS AM) TOURS RESERVA-
TIONS; BAHAMAS 'KI'ISKS AND
Tol'ILS SALES. BAHAMAS CRITISKS
\M> TOURS SERVICE; HMIAMAS
CRUISES AND TOURS CONSUL-
TANTS; CRUISE RESERVATIONS
SERVICE; FREEl-oRT OB.UI8KS
AND TOURB at 2001 Collins Avenue,
Miami Beach, Florida intend to re-
gister said names with the i'brk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Count>.
Florida.
JEROME J c.RANOER
Sole Owner
MAi" MERMRI.I.
Mtornei tor Applicant
1900 S.W. Third Avenue
Miaiui. Fk.rida H3129
,28 7/5-12-19
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
No. 68-9924
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
SYLVIA EINHOILN
Plata tiff,
vs
M"SES El.N'HORN,
1 '.-fendant.
TO: MOSES EINHORN
2319 I'itmars Boulevard
Astoria, New York Uln5
You, MOSE8 BINHORN, are here-
by notified h..i a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has been tile.i afulnat you.
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
attorney, JOSH RBPHUN, 1270 Wash-
ington Avenue. Miami Beach, Florida,
33139 and file the original Answer or
Pleading in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court .n or before llie 6th
day of August, 1S68. If you fail to do
so. judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall b. published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FUlRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 27th day of June A.D.
19*8.
E. It. I.EATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dude County. Florida
By: AI.VIN ikiKMAN
Deputy Clerk
i circuit Court Seal)
JOSH RBPHUN
1370 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Attorney for Plaintiff
7 .-.-12-19-20
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 79436-C
In RE: Estate of
I HARRY KATZE.N
i De<-eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All l'.-rs.ms Hav-
ing Claim- or Demands Against Said
Estate:
iou are hereby notified and requir-
ed -to preaenl . claims and demanda
which you may have afalnat the
ostale of HARRY KATZE.N deceased
late of Dade County, Ptoridu, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file tile same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.1S. Florida Sta-
tutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse In l >.ul. County, Florida,
within all calendar months from the
lime of the iirst publicin.in hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 24th
daj ..i June. A 1> 1068
ROSE KATZEN.
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
tin js'li day of June. 1988.
HAROLD /.INN. ESQUIRE
Attorney i..r li>." K..i/. n
519 D.nle F.-d.ral Bldg.
rt 22 7 .'.-'2-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the underaisnad, desiring t engage
in business under the fictitious name
of BBaBHlBHH l.BONISA al 1242 N B.
2nd Avenue intends to regiater said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Curl of Dade County, Florida.
\ \i.i.ah\i:i:s fvshions
G 21 2S 7 '6-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious names
of FIJI.TM AN and NORTON: FEET-
MAN and WORTON P. A. at 1321 N W.
14Ul Street. Miami, Florida intends
to register said names with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of I'ade County.
Florida.
FEI.TMAN and WORTON
PROFE88K i.NAl, ASSOCIATION
Sola i iwiwr
SPARBER and RoSKIN
Attorneys for Applicant
ioo N Blacayne Boulevard
.Miami. Florida
: :,-i:'-rj-26
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, deairlng to eni
In bualneaa undei the fictitious name
I of SANS S''lil ASSOCIATES .'
vim Blaca) ne Bouli ai d, Miami,
Florida intenda to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
Of I'ad. County. Florida
TIROK HoI.IA)
FINE JACOBS! 'N
Attorney! for Applicant
1/21-21 7. .-.-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN that
the undersigned, deairlng to engagi
in business under the fictitious name
of TED'S CtiTTAOB LOUNOE at
ii.i.i s.W -Till \v.iiii.. Miami, Florida
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS BEREBY HIVEN that
llo- undersigned, d. ailing to engage
in bualneaa under the fictitious name
of ADAM N EVE at number MM
Harding Ave in the City ..f Surfside,
Florida, intends to regist.r the aald
name with the Clerk ..f tin Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 2nd
day of July, 191 -
BARBARA STR1CKI.ERS
SHOWCASE
NUMBER TWO. INCORPORATED
MORTIMER S. coiiEN
Attorney for Applicant
1400 Ain.-b-y Building
Miami, Florida
7 S-12-19-M
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
In RE: Estate .,f
No. 79067
MAR< i A RET LEAHY
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demanda Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate ..f MARGARET LEAHY de-
ceased late of Had.- County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in dupllcati and as
provided in Election 722.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in th. Count)
Courthouse m Dade county. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated al Miami, Florida, this 2nd
day of July, A I' 1988
MAURICE l.i:i'ini:
As Administrator
First publication of tins notice "li
the :,i|, day of July -
ESSEN ESSEN
Attorney for Administrator
1208 Ainsl.y Building
Miami. Florida
7 5-12-19-26
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'.TICE IS HEREBY OIVEN tha
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious nam
of WIN8LOW, SNEIDER. PRTOR
and CAPLiAN at Muni N. Kendall
Drive, Miami. Florida, intends to reg-
ister said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Florida,
WI.NSI.ow. SNEIDER, PRYOR
and CAPI.AN KADIoIa'HICIAXi
ASSOCIATES P. A.
BPARBER and ROSKIN
Attorn, vs for Applicant
Icon Blacayne Boulevard
Miami, Florida
7/12-1K-26 8/2
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thar
the undersigned, desiring to eagjagi
in business under the fictitious nann
of hkzai hi, s ISRAELI GIFT SHOP
and NATION AI, HEBREW BOOK
STORE at :.4:' Washington Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida intend to re-
giater said name with the Clerk Of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
SAMUEL H. S1I.VERMAN
DIANA BILVERM \N
SIMON, hays x- ORUNDWERQ
Attorneys for Applicants
101 Aiiisl.y Building
Miami. Florida 33132
6/21-2R 7/5-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business und.r the fictltiou inv
of PALMETTO BAR at "391 West
Flagler Street. Miami. Florida intends
U> register said name with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dad. County,
Florida.
ROBERT M SHEPARD
Bole I Iwner
KESSI.ER. MASSEY &
BECKERMAN
Attorneys for Applicant
4D Biltinore Way
Coral (Sables, Florida
7 5-12-19-26
inlends i.. i me with
the 1 '1. rl, 1 lh. i n .nil "ou i ..i lade
County, l'i. 11. I.I
THEl DORK i ''.11,1.1 Sole iw lier SKI
KESSI.ER. V1ASSE1 &
REOKF.KM \N
\ i tovneys t. r Applicant
4'.'.'. Blltmon w ay
Coral Sable , Florida
7/5 12-19 26
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of SMITH, KORACH, HAYET, LIP-
PACK, IIAYNIE & ASSOCIATES at
721 N.W. 21st Court, Miami. Florida
Intends to register said name with
the clerk ,.f ti.e Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
IRVIN KORACH
LEONARD HAYET
Alll'lil R l.ll'I'ACK
WILLIAM IIAYNIE
DAVID P. CAT8MAN
Attorney for Applicant
ISO S.K. Second Avenue
Miami, Florida
__________ : 19-26
~ NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY UTVEN thai
the undersigned, deairlng <> ngage
in business under thi fictitious name
of BliOCH. CiioKE and SU8SMAN
at 12370 NE. Se\.nth Avenue. North
Miami. Florida intends I" regialei
said name with the Clerk '( Ihe circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
DBS. HI-' "II. CI 'OKI;
and SfSSMAN
Profi sslonal Association
SPARBKR ft R< 'SKIN
Attorneys for Applicant
106 N Bi.-.avn. Boulevard
Miami, Florida I2-19-2H 2
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY HIVEN 'hat
the undersigned, desiring l.....igagt
in bualneaa under Ihe fictitious nami
of INVESTMENTS I 'VLIMITED at
796 City National Bank Building.
Miami. Florida 22120 Intend to re-
gist.r said nam. with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court ..f Hade County,
Florida
HOWARD .1 HOLLANDER
BERNARD C PBSTCi IK
.. g 7-6-12-19
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 79655 A
In RE: Es'.it- of
SOI. LEI KEN
i.....lased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Again-' Said
Estate:
You are herebj notified and requir-
ed '.. preaenl any claims and demands
which you may have against the s-
tate of Sol. I.F.IKEN deceased late
of Dad, County, Florida, to lh< County
Judges of Dad. County, and file the
same in dupllcati and as provided in
Section 732.16, Florida Btatutea, in
their offices iii the County Courthouse
in Dadi County, Florida, within six
calendar months from il" tlmi ol tin
flrsl publication hereof, or thi ami
will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida .iliis _'.; day
nl June, \ D ISM
REBA SANDI.ER
\- I '.\e. utrix
i-'ii-t publication of this nonce on
the .Hi daj i I July, 1268
HPARHEK and Ri >8K IN
Attorneys for i:\eculrix
it.i. v,,, -1, i:is, .,\ ne Blvd.
Miami, Florida J2122
7 5-12-19-26
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78685-B
In RE: Estate ..f
REOINA FERGANQ
1.....ased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing claims or Demanda Against Sa'
Bstati
Y..u are hereby notified and requlr-
eil i.. present any claims and demands
which you may have against the
estate of BEQINA REROANQ deceas-
ed late of Dade County. Florida, to
the County Judges of Dade County.
and file the same in duplicate and
as provided in Section 722.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the
Count) Courthouse in Dade County.
Florida, within six calendar months
froni the tun. ..f the first puldicatior.
hereof, or the same Will be barred.
Dated at Miami, this 13th day of
June, A.D. ISf.s.
JERRY S. MINTZEH
MARTIN WAOMAN
As Co-Executors
First publication of this notice on
the 21st iImv of June. 1968.
KURT WEI.I.1SCH
Attorney for Estate of
REOINA FERGANQ
167 Almena Avenue.
Coral Oubles. Florida
'. 21-2* 7/6-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 794S4-A
In RE: Estate of
II Hl.FN HI.ATT
11...., pod
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To aii Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing claims .1- Demands Against Said
!
You are hereby notified and requir-
' e.i to present any olalms and dams
which inu may nave against Uie
estate ..f HELEN HI.ATT deceased
late ..f Dadi County. Florida, to the
Count) Judges "f Dade County, .. 1
file tie same in duplicate and as aro-
vided In Bectlon 722 16, Florida Sta-
tutes, in their ..ffn-.s in the County
.'..in ill..use iii Dade County, Florida.
within six ralendar months from the
of the first publication here.!.
or the same will bi laired.
Dai..I at Miami. Florida, tliis 17th
daj of June. \ l> 1968
JACK I! BI.ATT
v Executor
First publication of this notice on
ih. Slat da] "f June. 1968.
SFARBER AND RoSKIN
nays for Executor
100 n..i ih Biscayne Blvd.
Miami. Florida
C ^--:^ 7 5-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 79334-C
IN RE: Bats of
\l \\ I SCHWARTZ
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To mi Creditors and All Persons H
ing Claims or Demands Against Sa 1
Estate:
\..u arc hereby notified and requlr-
ed to preseni any claims and deraai
which you may have against t'.e
estate of max J SCHWARTZ de-
eased late of 1'ade County. Florida,
to the Count] Judges ..i Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and I I
provided ii Section 733.10. Florida
Statutes, in thi ir offli es In the County
c,.uriii'iis, in Dade County, Plorlt
within six calendar months from the
urn., of tin- first publication hereof,
or the -atn. a ill be barred,
I ,:. .1 al \1 .mi. Florida, this 19 I
of June, A i' 1968.
nr in SANG-ER
is Executrix
First publication of this notice I
1st da> of June, 19CS.
SCHULMAN, SMITH
* R1CIIMAN
attorneys for Bhtecutrtx
Suite 616
- Meridiai \ venue
Miami Beach, Florida 3J139
6/^1-28 7/5-13


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Electricity Turns On' Young Musicians
As Teen Combos Win New Popularity
Electricity Is literally what turns
on today's turned-on young genera-
tion as everything electric" has
become "the thing' of many a
younger musician
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York h;i- |SSMM MM of the na-
tion mn>i popular vouth attrac-
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drape." "Mothers of Invention."
"Group Therapy," and the "Grate-
'til Dead "
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four to six members and their in-
strument- are electric guitars, or-
gans, pianos and accordions. But
the sound that comes out can be
almost anything, thanks to gadgets
that can make any instrument
sound like an) otheror no instru-
ment formcrh known to man.
rhese sound changing accesso
have the r place in serious
mu- i Mr Tibaldeo pointed
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEOAL NOTICt
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 79405 B
In RE: Rotate of
SARAH BERNSTEIN
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SAL f
NOTICE IS HEHKtn UIVr'N
by \ Irtue "f Chaptei S7s ,,, ,
statute* Annotated (MM
housemen .mil \\:u. |i,,u
wherein ADB VAN LINES ,',
corporation by virtue ..f its
Hen haa In Its possession n>.
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of MRS JEANBTTE ii,
how laal known local ail 1052 N \\ M 81 Miami, Florid
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To All Creditor* and All Person* Hav- Hen haa in It pa session In,
Ing Claims "t Demand* Agalnel Bald bin described property:
Eiatati
Ifou an hereby notified and requir-
ed i" present an) claim* and demand*
which you ma) have Hgalnal the
estate ..i SARAH BERNSTEIN di
ceased late of Dude County, Florida,
i to the Count) .lu.Ige* < Dadi County, between 11:00 forenoor and
:ind nie the iame In duplicate and :- '
provided In Section 7S3 IS, Florida
Statutes, > r. their office* In thi Count)
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar month* from the
lime "i be first publii Htlou *hereol
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mi. Miami, Florida, the undi
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