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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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"ejewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 39 Number 35
Miami, Florida. September 9, 1966
Two Seclicr.E Price 2'jS
Red Infiltration Plans for Organizations Told
By Special Report
kjgw YORK The American
was revealed
Communists on what is called "the | tions and has authorized the use
Jewish Question." the AJC's In- of slogans designed to appeal to
formation Service said that theli.^-
Communist Parly was revealed Communist Partv USA. (CPUSA) I Jews
Wednesday hy the American Jew- was ..revcrtinR t0 i(s Wor,d War I
lsh Committee as planning to at |jne .unjted front- and jnfi,
,empt the infiltration of American |ra,ion of communal and ,abor or.
Jewish organizations. ganizations." and that the CPUSA
In a detailed analysis of the lat was "instructing party members
tj.t shift m tactics of the American to .recruit among Jewish organiza-
The AJC report added this
warning: "Those with long mem-
ories will recall that in those
years the Communists had con-
siderable success in infiltrating
labor unions and liberal groups.
Eventually, the Communist pres-
ence threatened the original
purposes and programs of those
groups. This bitter experience
taught them that expelling the
Communists was harder than ad-
mitting them."
CBS GETS PIONEER ADVISORY CONTRACT
Israel Expects TV by '68
JKRUSAI.EM (JTA) A spokesman for
the Israeli Broadcasting Authority said that gen-
eral television will be inaugurated in Israel on
April 1. 1968. His announcement followed ap-
proval by the Cabinet Sunday of an agreement
with the Columbia Broadcasting System, under
which CBS will provide an advisory service in
the creation of television broadcast facilities for
Israel The initial investment for such facilities,
including studios and technical installations, was
estimated at $5,000,000.
The contract with CBS provides for a $100,000
fee for the first six months, and $50,000 for each
subsequent six months. The contract, which is
renewable, becomes effective October 1. Josef
Stern. CBS chief engineer, is expected here this
month to begin consultations with Israeli officials
on procedures for the television system. The tele-
vision service will be started with a daily program
lasting two and a half hours. Two hours will be
in Hebrew, and 30 minutes in Arabic. Content
will be news, public affairs and service programs.
One problem in the projected service is the
small number of sets in Israel, about 30,000,
because of high prices. A typical modern set
costs about $1,000, much of the cost being due
to custom and other taxes. The Cabinet is due
to consider a proposal to reduce the price of
sets to around $700 by cutting taxes on them.
Under popular pressures, the Israel Govern-
ment started a pilot project earlier this year for
educational television. General television has been
widely opposed by officials in Israel. Israelis use
their 30.000 sets to tune in on Arab telecasts,
mostly from Beirut and Cairo.
The new line of the Communists
appears in the August issue of
"Political Affairs," theoretical
journal of the American Commun-
ist Party, in an 11-page article
titled "Draft Resolution on the
Jewish Question," said to be the
first official statement by the!
American Communist Party on
Jewish matters since 1950
The article apparently was writ-
ten in response to a directive from
the party's 19th annual convention.
held last June, that the party call
a national conference "on work
among the Jewish people and the
fight against anti-Semitism." In
preparation for such a conference,
already scheduled for Nov. 12 and
13, the party's National Jewish
Commission was instructed to pre-
pare a draft resolution for discus-
sion prior to the conference.
A major portion of the draft
resolution deals with questions of
the Jewish community and Jewish
identity. "The Communists have
given the Jews special dispensa-
tion," the AJC report sharply ob-
served. "A Communist, if he is a
| Jew, will now be permitted to
take pride in his Jewish group
Continued on Page 5-A
'

LIMING WOUO OmCIAlS TAHl PAK1
New $6 Million Parliament Facility
Dedicated With Pomp in Jerusalem
Restrictions
Aired on Jews
In Banking
JERUSALEM (JTA) Bonfires overseas Parliaments and 47 rep-
blazed throughout Israel this week representatives of Jewish com-
to mark the dedication of the new munities abroad A huge beacon
$6,000,000 home of Israel's Parlia-1 was lighted in front of the massive
red stone building to launch the
inauguration ceremony.
mtnt
The dedication ceremonies were
attended by more than 5.000 per-
sons, including Speakers of 44
Go Home,
Goldmann
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Stickers denouncing Dr. Na-
h:nn Goldmann as a "lackey
"i the Germans" were found
pasted on houses in Jerus
all m this week.
Dr. Goldmann tendered a
luncheon to Dr. Eugen Ger
stenmaier, president of the
Bundestag, the lower house
of the West German Parlia-
ment Dr. Gerstenmaier came
to Israel to participate in the
inauguration of Israel's new
Parliament building.
Police also found writing
on the wall of Dr. Gold-
mann's home here, urging
him to "return to Germany."
When he arrived from Eu-
rope last week. Dr. Goldmann
did not complain about such
activities, but police have
l>ecn quietly guarding him
since.
Baroness James do Roths-
child, widow of the donor of
most of the cost of the structure,
cut a blue and white ribbon
stretched across the huge iron
gates. The two Chief Rabbis, Is-
ser Yehuda Unterman and
Yitzhak Nissim, blessed the
building and affixed mezzuiot to
the doorposts.
Flags of the participating coun-
tries fluttering at the podium did
not include any of the East Eu- ..xuresscd the
NEW YORK (JTA) The
American Jewish Committee
charged this week that discrimina-
tion is virtually excluding qualified
Jews from executive positions in
the nation's leading commercial
banks.
A survey of the 50 largest com-
mercial banks, made public by
President Morris B. Abram, show-
ed that 45 of these banks had no
Jews among their senior officers.
Each of four of the other five
banks had one Jew in such top
their ancestral home." Dr. Nahum posts. The fifth bank has four Jew-
Goldman said that the building, ish senior officers. The total of
I was "a svmbol of solidarity of the eight Jews among 632 bank offi-
I Jewish people whether represented cers represented 1.3 percent,
here or not." a reference to the M|| midd,e.m,nia.ment
Continued on Page 6-A officials executive below the
throng that, within the walls of the
new structure "will be formed the
unity of a people returning to
senior level down through the
vice presidential bracket 32
Jews ware identified, about 0.9
percent. The report noted that
the talent shortage in banking
was so acute that a leading
United States official said it was
forcing some banks to seek to
merge with other banks.
The report noted also that the
federal government has announced
that about 95 percent of the na-
tion's 15,000 commercial banks
would be considered government
contractors effective November
30, because they handle federal
funds. As such, they will be re-
quired to refrain from diseriminat-
Continued on Page 11-A
FERVENT HOPE' VOICED HE'LL CONTINUE
Thant Resignation Regretted
UNITED NATIONS (JTA) didate for a second term. His first he hoped that Thant would delay
dish LUZ had ext
to them.
Levi Eshkol
Premier
told
Urge
U.S.
greatest re- term expires Nov. 3.
an- Michael S. Comay, Israel's per
ncementof Secretarv-Gcncial U manent United Nations reprcsenta
' live, said in the statement that
Israel was among the member
states which originally urged him
to become Dag Hamarskjold's suc-
cessor.
his departure, if he
Continued on Page 3-A
held to his
the Thant that he would not he a can-
Shazar to Help Get
Showing of MIG-21
noted that the Soviet Union dis-
closed this week that North Viet
Nam pilots are being trained in
Russia to fly MIG-21 jets against

WASHINGTON WTA) I*
rael President Z.alman Shazar was
urged this week by member ol _
the US. Congress to use Bis m ^m
fluence to arrange mspect.on and
study In the U.S. Air Force o the
Soviet-built MIG-21 Jet fighter
flown to Israel two weeks ago by
an Iraqi defector.
Rent Thomas C. McCrath Jr.,
New Je^ey Democrat, in an ad
drcl on the floor of the house.
He pointed out that "the MIG-
21 which was flown to Israel is
the only plane of that advanced
model in the free world, and
thus offers the only possibility
Continued on Page 11-A
He added that Israeli leaders
have expressed to him "the fer-
vent hope" that he could con-
tinue to serve in the post he
"has filled with such wisdom, de-
votion and selflessness." Foreign
Minister Abba Eban was one of
many world statesmen who sent
letters to Thant urging him to
remain.
Comay cited the Secretary-Gen-
eral's "ready understanding in all
matters relating to Israel's position
in the Middle East and as a United
Nations member." He added that
SfCRfTARY GFNISAI U THANT


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+Jel$t>ntridUton
Friday. Septembers
1965
Looking over the papers which officially
closed the sale of Temple Judea's former syna-
gogue at 320 Palermo Ave., Coral Gables, to
St. George Syrian Orthodox Church are (left
to right) David Pullman, trustee of Temple
Judea; Charles Salem, attorney; George Elias,
president of St. George Church; William Mc-
Leod, attorney for Florida National Bank at
Coral Gables, which arranged mortgage for
the sale; Joseph Krefetz. president of Temple
Judea; Richard Horwich. secretary and attor-
ney for Temple Judea; and James Peters, sec-
retary of St. George Church.
Temple Judea Dedication
SITt fCATURES MOST MODCRN OF fACIMICS PAGE HM
An activity packed throe day and school building this weekend
program of services and cere- at 5500 Granada Blvd.. across
ironies will mark the official Dixie Hwy. from the University
dedication of Temple Judea's new of Miami.
$750,000 sanctuary, social hall The impressive series of events
5505 NORTHWEST 3rd STREET, MIAMI
invites uou to attend
Special ~ MSrial Services"
Sunday, September 18
eondueted hu
RABBI AARON FEIER
BETH SOLOMON
10:30 A.M.
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
11:00 A.M.
RABBI SOL LANDAU
BETH DAVID
12:00 Noon
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
TEMPLE MENORAH
12:30 P.M.
RABBI MORRIS A. KIPPER
TEMPLE JUDEA
1:30 P.M.
RABBI RALPH Z. GL1XMAN
TEMPLE OR OLOM
2:00 P.M.
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
CONGREGATION BETH KODESH
2:30 P.M.
For Further Information
Call MO 1-7693
will bepin with sen ices at 8 p.m.,
Friday, led by Rabbi Morris A
Kipper. The Temple Judea choir
will participate in the program,
which is open to all temple mem
bers. guests and prospective
members.
immediately following the serv-
ices, and preceding an Oneg
Shabbat in the Social Hall. 8
three-it.. 175-lb. head of .Moses,
sculpted by Mrs. Rose Altennan.
will be unveiled.
On Marble Base
This unusual work of art will
DC mounted in the lobby above
the inner entrance to the sanctu
ary. placed on a marble base
.Members of the Temple Judea
Sisterhood, headed by Mrs. Man
liel Serkin. will act as hostesses
and members of the brotherhood,
headed by Dr. Fred Witkoff. will
serve as ushers.
Saturday night, a social hour,
beginning at 10:30 p.m., will pre-
cede Selichot services.
Immediately following the wor-
ship service, all of the exterior
lights of the new buildings will
be turned on for the first time,
signaling the approach pf the
High Holy Days
Sunday morning, at 11 a.m., of-
ficial dedication ceremonies will
be held. "Speeches will be held
to a minimum." according to pres-
ident, Joseph Krefetz. and Albert
Jacobson, chairman of the Dedi
cation Day ceremonies,
Leaders Take Part
Numerous state and local lead-
ers in government, religion, edu-
cation and business will take part
in the brief program, which will
be followed by refreshments and
guided tours oi the new Temple
Judea
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congregation's religious and Sun-
schools will open the dedi-
cation ceremonies, marching by
the reviewing stand followin a
special assemblj in the new j~
sembly hall a1 1045 a.m.
A membership campaign, un-
der the chairmanship "l Richard
Horwich, continued this week
with a meeting Sundaj bringing
the number >! new families acid
ed by the congregation past the
40 mark.
This weekend's celebration
marks the completion of a 10-
month construction program in
which most of Temple Judea's
300 member families played an
active role far exceeding the tra-
ditional sidewalk superintendent
status.
Organized in 1947 as the Coral
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Dedication Ball
A Dedication Ball in [\.
Temple Social Hall, |
scheduled for Sundaj night -.'
L'o. to climax the scries oi
hi at ions, with Victor l(. |
ing as chairman (if tiie bail
The 428-seat sanctuary mil
opened to the adjoining n
hall for the High Holj ]>, .
viding a capatin of approximi
ly 1.200 persons for Rosh "\
shona and Yom Kippur service
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Friday, September 9, 1966
+Jewisti ncrkJian
Page 3-A
Yemenites Say
Tots Were Stolen
TEL AVIV (WNS) The
fantastic claim that 215 of their
children vere "stolen" from them
when ttiev arrived in the country
was advanced here by several him-
GOP Acts Against
Rat Fink1 Pack
CHICAGO (JTA) The ex-
ecutive committee of the national
Voting Republican Federation vot-
,-! hen t< cleanse itself of the Rat
I inks, a *,.ction of the New Jersej
> .>un : ublicans. The Rat Kinks
h.ui 11 ei accused <>i being anti-
Semiti< B I anti-Negro
in ;-. .Hi: >11 adopted by the
it was decided that
., i, units in the New Jer-
sej organization, allegedly control-
led by th< Hat Finks, nuisl dissoci-
|e (hi mselves from the Rat Finks,
the John Birch Society, the Ex
terminati and all other factional
groups he Exterminators is a
faction fi rmed in the New Jersej
_.i>ii|) lasl year for the purpose of
riddini i organization of Rat
Kinks.
The executive committee also
absolved Richard K. I'lechner.
leader ol the Rat Kinks, of charges
part
"i a compromise, Mr. I'lechner re-
signed his vice chairmanship of
the National Younu Republicans.
dred Yemenite Jews, who called
on the Government and "other in
VOlved institutions" to return the
children.
The Yemenite group, which
formed itself into a "Parents Asso-
ciation." said it had documentary
proof that many of the children
bad been taken away "without
their knowledge and against their
will" and forcibly placed in insti-
tutions or private homes as adop-
tees.
Sonic of the children, leaders of
the group said, mainly newborn
infants, were taken awaj from the
parents under the pretense they
were ill ami needed hospitalization
and nursing. One spokesman for-
the group said "the children were
never returned to us and we were
told they had died in the hospital,
but the bodies were not returned."
The Ministry of Social Welfare
denied knowledge of the affair
Group leaders said Ihej would
picket Parliament when it recon-
venes in the new building, it the
children are not returned
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Continued from Page 1-A
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and that "whenever he leaves, it
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peace."
As An I ssador to the UN. Thant
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Secretary ieneral, he was consid-
ered by I : servers to have been
meticulo ; fair in all Israeli-Arab
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Volume 39 Number 35
Friday, September 9. 1966
23 Elul 5726
Communists Size Us
Up for the Kill
AN APPLE FOUAteACHe^
t.oT>
We welcome the American Jew-
is^ Committee leport on details of
the latest American Communist
Party plan to infiltrate Jewish organ-
izations.
Jews here and throughout the
wc.-.d entertain no illusions abou
Ccmmumsts. !:: -.lie Soviet han.
o; :;s Jewish population; in its o:z
arre diplomatic relations with the
State ot Israel; and in its qene:^
pohiical. social and economic pos-
ture, there can be little misinte:;.:e-
tjt.cn of Communist intentions.
Zhe increasingly difficult battle
aur.ng the pas: decade to encourage
j ...ore humane Soviet Government
-oach to the pligin ot Soviet
Jewry lia^ d< articularly crush-
ing ~iow :j -ions about ::ee-
dom c: th i.vidual beh
lic.-. Cut;
The Ami Jewish Corr.rr.
rer.cn carefully underscores the
U.S, Supreme Court decisia:-. ot
November. 1365, which provides that
ind.viduais may invoke their consti-
tut.cnal privilege against self-incnmination and
refuse to register under the Subversive Activ-
ities Control Act of 1950.
it is this decision, according to the American
Jewish Committee, that is now enabling the
Communist Party to function legally in our
country. Operating from the basis pf this new
immunity, the Communists will be seeking to
infiltrate Jewish organizations for the purpose
of ultimately destroying them.
If doubt still remains about these intentions,
we need look no further than toward the fate
of Soviet Jews, themselves, who are as free
as cny other Communist citizen, provided they
neitner practice the principles of their Jewish
culture and tradition, nor arrange for the train-
ing of rabbis or teachers to assure the survival
of Judaism there.
What better way is there to achieve similar
objectives of Jewish extinction in the U.S. than
to discredit the loyal, patriotic American spirit
in which our Jewish community's manifold
organizations are functioning by fifth-column
inii.tration? The American Jewish Committee
report performs a valuable service in the field
of information and mass communication in
short, in warning us all of these malicious
intentions.
the University of Miami, the new Temple |i
will always be in the public eye. .t .s ori to
an auspicious start toward the continuation ot
the achievement the temple has scorej since
its founding almost two decades ago.
Annual Selichot Service
The High Holy Dav Season pr-: hides this
Saturday with Selichot, the tradition-
midnight penitential prayer service.
At Selichot, we open up the book of our
self-examination, a process generally set aside
during the year as we puisue our va:
interests.
It is in this mood of spiritual introspection
that we prepare ourselves fnr the advent or
Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur. starting or.
Sept. 15 and 16.
The Selichot prayer service hence Lur.
an awesome period in Jewish history :;_: tra-
dition, where the very purpose o:
becomes the object of careful s< .-.
The New Temple Judea
Greater Miami takes this occasion to join
the Coral Gables-South Dade area in formally
welcoming the impressive new physical facil-
ities of Temple Judea.
The growth of the congregation from a hand-
ful of 27 families in 1947 to more than ten times
that number today has been an apt expression
of the temple's steady expansion of its relig-
ious, cultural, educational and social activities.
Temple Judea can look back to a time in
its history when the community which it now
graces and which is so delighted with its exist-
ence in its midst was once inimical to the very
idea of a synagogue. Hence the temple may
well be proud of its leadership in the positive
development of human relations there and
regard with a sense of accomplishment the
valuable religious and civic contribution it has
made to the area as a whole.
Standinq behind Temple Judea's spiritual
leader, Rabbi Morris Kipper, and the temple's
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Careful Eye on Ongania
No sooner did Argentina's new President
Juan Carlos Ongania assure the Jewish
munity that his military regime intends strictly
to respect all minorities and curb extremism,
than he issued a statement that leaves every-
one wondering.
Sr. Ongania last week sugqested that he is
seriously implementing "a system of selective
immigration to Argentina from countries which
have constituted the present reality of our
population by its races and religions."
The President's assurance to the Jewish
community was the second since his ouster
of President Ilia. The first occasion was shortly
after seizing power, when he received a dele-
gation of DAIA, the central representative body
of Argentine Jewry, and voiced his initial prom-
ise to protect minority rights.
But in his most recent statement, Sr. On-
gania talked about these forms of extremism
"which are opposed to the spiritual union of
the population (which) would dis-
sociate u from our historical and cultural
heritage, as well as our Occidental and Chris-
tian system of life."
Linking this monolithic v>ew of Arc:-:
society with his determination to imp
"a system of selective imml rttoi
hen i put to 'eel reassured abo
supposed moderation.
uring the wee
... as i see it
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by LEO MINDLIN

A RIGHT-WINC radio con,
mentator in Miami, who
has always been long on self
righteousness and lacking in
far more worthy areas of nil
man experience, seems once
again to be the source of at"
tack against this newspaper
It is impossible to reason with
the Birchites precisely because
they deal in the slovenly coin
of self-righteousness. What can
one say to the American who sets the standards for just what Amor
icanism is. and then measures the tailuies of others to meet them'
It would be like debating the sentimental sexual Van de Velde view
with the Marquis de Sade.
But it does become increasingly difficult to maintain one's equi
librium in the face of say. the recent Oliver affair, where the Birch
ites show their most profound weakness and still come up making
Samson like threats long after they have been decimated bv reason
no less than fact. Tell a Birchite that Prof. Oliver, of the Liu
oi Illinois faculty, has resigned from the John Birch Society, and he
be sure to reply that he must take your word for it Tell him that
this so-called piece of speculation was reported in one of the
known irgans of public opinion like The New York Time-, and he
be jusl as sine to repeat himself in a kind of psychotu I
musl also take Ihe limes word for it
Vet this is whal Tom Davis, :i top Birchite pi il
*u g radio conn ntator show a week or so
i is listeners have been doing ever since Never
i ......i Si .- .>in ..' ,i Bii
.,:-' Julj In re the Societj founde
. listii guishi d gui Ignore the schism in I
v. g, nei i
AVOIDING THt KtPtATtD BiG Lit
BRETEND THERE IS 'Mom thai the Illinois
i :: tore* foi he Olh
i S while Welch, himself, recogn
. .:.-. -- h< i- pi i d to anti Semil
tes '.;. i o such animal in th Soc et> In fai I
ivei never offered his anti-Semitic tirade at tin \
point l the few is Vmei icanists th
I if 11 non anl i-St
iver and o\ that Oliver's
- : .i- an ten ogical struggle i- i
j wai :
Bi



It's all a left-wing. | peacei
'.' types u ho are to I uo > tu
ine w;.\ avc it I
.' ii h speoiali: ii si msness Another i- I
when .i lire breaks '.it. you've impl)
;, would be those nice men in the whiti
aqua .....e sli i well -- ..... | able ol fittn g .
f oi the lir.-t sij n ". uncontrolli I
ird waj i- to avoid the repea ed bi. lie th -
iper patriot, who sets h ov n rt ...
u plaj avoid I ,t as stea II isi
th \:i Vmei ican Jewi Ii I omm ttee -ye il ess rei
ti m does pn ciselj that
INfSCAPABif LOSG-TISM AIMS OF COMMUNISM
T= REPORT DESCRIBES the crowd the participants I
availabilit) ol anti-Semitic literature, the more
ch and it i-!,, i,i. in sh >rt. I -II
h .i- tin- rimes storv reveals the subs |uer.i
in fron the Birch Societj
ds, however, I u .i subsequent occasion, ;
such .i substantial amount ot it has alread) been
; :! circles .. awai il the prim iples
; thei \: Jewish Committi
' S I artj bi I its latest decisioi I
Jewish o ns as a ns ol disci lil
ing them.
aims il in munism luce no! es
those who were pan
*dve to ti-. s country al the beginnii
i ,; 11 r< afti ever did have anj ;
- i nkii l i the general recognitio il I
there was historical i mditioning with wh
vicious Russian anti-Semitism brought to fever pitch in I
social, religious and economic inequities, ai
' inymit) were ail burdens they and their families had -
The Revolution promised an end to it all.
new Communist vow of war against anti-Semitism
n theory declared any expression of it illegal, was particular!) ei
ing to the tortured souls constituting this wave of newcomei
Lnited States, where Instead of streets paved in gold, the) I
inequities frequently no less difficult to tolerate than those the) left
beh.nd in Czarist Russia.

MAKING IT IAS1 fOB US TO DISCOVtK
gY NOW. the disenchantment is apparent. There are no longer
among us who bear illusions. No one nation controls a mon ipo
on the concepts surrounding social justice Anti-Semitism in the S
m still abounds; while our own country has shown an astonishil
capacity to come to grips with the resolution of human need
Why then, is the new American Jewish Committee reporl
It lies precisely in its effort to shed light on the latest US
Lommunist Party move to call a conference -on work amoi
- -h people and the fight against anti-Semitism." The call
ue0 at the 18th national convention of the party last June 22 to 26
- New vort City Once again, the issue of anti-Semitism arises
It no one any longer entertains illusions about the official
im-Semitism in the Soviet Union. If the latest trend of events
" ''- tntiSemitism to be a, vile and prevalent .. political
weapon as ever the Romanovs made It, I
now del I to agree to sav
for its own h ,.
lal rhe it;;
Radio Mosi .
Continued on Pja 7-A


ruy*
Friday. September 9. 1966
+Jewisii ftcridliaiii
Pag S-A
Reds to Infiltrate U.S. Jewish Groups
Continued from Page 1-A
identity and feel kinship with Jews
throughout the world, without
sacrificing his Communist honor ""
This sentiment, the report added,
jepresents a major shift in the
Communist Party line from its
li53 stand, taken shortly after the
establishment of the Slate of Is-
rael, when the Communists warn-
(d that "the mounting influence
pf pernicious bourgeois national-
>m" was the "main ideological
danger" among Jews. However,
this new attitude toward Jews is
said to have nothing in common
with narrow nationalism" and po-
litical Zionism.
This shift does not mean, the
AJC report continued, that Jew-
ish identity has been placed
above Communism. "The party
mprimatur on Jewish identity,"
the report added, "is just a
strategy to enable Communists
*o infiltrate Jewish organizations
and work among Jewish individ-
uals. It is a hoax on Communist
Party members, as well as on
their intended victims."
In directing Communist Tarty
members to infiltrate the Jewish
tive-born majority and the mass
organizations whose membership
they comprise" the party is said
to be trying to emerge from its
political isolation. The U.S. Su-
preme Couit decision of NOV., 1965.
declaring that individuals may in-
voke their constitutional privilege
against self-incrimination and re-
fuse to register under the Sub-
versive Activities Control Act of
1850. has now enabled the Com
rr.unist Tarty to function legally.
ihe report pointed out.
In other sections of the draft
resolution, the AJC report contin
Rev. Goldberg
At Popiel School
Moshe Congregation an-
. inces that Rev. decree Gold-
11 rg has been named principal of
Tnpiel Hebrew School and
Kindergarten.
], \ Goldberg has served as
teacher, education director and
cantor for a number of congri a
in New Vork ami Miami.
ued. the American Communist
Tarty speaks out on other matters
Of current Jewish concern:
Anti-Semitism: American Com-
munists arc directed to exploit any
manilestations of anti-Semitism in
the U.S. as part of their overall
political program, with the qualifi
The Pot." who said: "I never had
it. and besides it was broken, and
anyway I returned it."
The report added: "The weakest
section in the entire document, it
clearly reflects the CTUSA's em-
barrassment about Soviet anti-
Semitism and the inner conflicts
active in the United
report stated.
States, the
cation that inside the Jewish com-1 of its membership in a complicated
interplay of real (indeed visceral)
feelings and party calculations."
.nimity this problem must he coup
Led with the light a^ain.-t "all
forms of racism and chauvinism
among the Jewish people."
Israel: Although critical of Is-
rael s pro-Western policies, the
CPUSA will tolerate sympathy for
Israel as a haven for homeless
.low- and will defend Israel's right
to existence, but no more.
Zionism: The CPUSA opposes
Zionism, but party members are
advised to proceed with caution in
their propaganda since the party
recognizes that most American
Jew.- support Israel "because ol
feelings ol Jewish solidarity, not
Zionism." The message of the
Communist resolution is that it is
not expedient to alienate pro-
Israel Jews by violent anti-Zionist
propaganda, which may be con-
strued as being anti-Israel, the AJC
report stated
Soviet Anti-Semitism: The
draft resolution labels Soviet ani-
Semitism as "a slander and an
outright fraud, which must be re-
jected and fought." In doing this,
it reaffirms the American Com-
munist Tarty position taken in
1964. which denied the existence
of anti-Semitism, but did acknowl
edge "mistakes." "shortcomings.'
and slowness in repairing the dam
age of the Stalin era. This action
by the American Communist Tarty
followed the exposure by AJC
Tresident Morris B. Abram of an
anti Semitic Soviet publication by
Trofim Kichko. "Judaism Without
Embellishment." a disclosure that
rocked the Communist world and
led to withdrawal of the volume
The current draft resolution re
peats the denial of anti Semitism
in Hussia but looks forward to the
time when the "remnants of anti
Semitism in the I'SSR will be
tural institutions will be restored.
combatted and when Jewish cul-
I'his attitude is likened in the AJC
analysis to the voluble old woman
in Sholem Aleichem's monologue.
The AJC report related the
shift in attitude and strategy to-
ward Jews with the Sino-Soviet
split within the Communist
world. As a pro-Russian party in
this conflict, the CPUSA must
align itself with Russia's ideolog-
ical war on China, and it must
also compete for support with
the pro-Chinese Communists now
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American Communist Party would
succeed in its efforts to work with
Jewish groups. In seeking the an-
swer, the report emphasized that
the Communists know little about
Jewish life in America. As an ex-
ample of this ignorance, it was
recalled that Gus Hall, general
secretary, had recently inveighed
against "widespread" anti-Semit-
ism in the United States.
"Finally," the AJC report con-
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of American Jews about Soviet
anti-Semitism will surely obstruct
the Communist Party. U.S.A.. in
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+J*mist fhrkMam
Friday. Septemh-
Parliament Dedicates New Building
Continued from Page 1 A
East European Jewries, the only
major Jewish group not represent-
ed at the ceremonies,
v President Zalman Shazar also
recalled -all of those not with US
on this day, urea! former com-
munities of Poland and Germany,
and of all the oilier countries
whose Jews Were either destroyed
or prevented from attending."
Dr. Birgir Pinnson, president of
the Iceland Althing, the world's
eldest Parliament, brought "greet-
ings to one ol the newest of the
moi id's democracies
Speaker Luz, in Ills address.
mentioned the name of former
Premier David Ben-Gurion as the
man who declared the independ-
ence "I Israel and was greeted
with wide applause.
The absence of Ben-Gurion
from the ceremony attracted at-
iention. The former Premier
took his seat when the Knesset
xonvened the next day for its
first session in its new home and
declined to reoly to a question
about his absence Members of
his dissident Israel Workers
Party (Rafi) said they did not
know why he had been absent.
It appeared he might have been
offended at not having been in-
vited to kindle the torch of the new
Knesset, his apparent clue as Hie
body's oldest member Though he
is Israel's only living formi i
Catholic \oulh Don't
Learn About Judaism
-"l I'll BEND iJTAl Evi n
- devout Catholic families
in the United Stati fail lo instill
among their children an under-
star ling ol the Jew ish people and
that task maj have ;>i be taken
up by the Catholic schools, it was
stated here in a report on Roman
Catholic education in this country,
issued by the University ol Notre
Dame Press. The report consists
ol a 328-page volume, entitled
'Catholic Schools in Action.'" fi-
nanced by the Carnegie Corpora
tion.
The report stated: 'Selfexam
ination by Catholic schools may
be especially necessary with re-
pec! to anti-Semitism. Catholic
educators may desire to open a
e among Catholic students
that will broaden their understand-
ol the Jewish and other minor!-
! I -
As a test of Catholic student
attitudes toward the Jewish peo-
ple, the volume reported 14,519
students in parochial schools in
13 Catholic dioceses had been
asked to give their reactions to
this statement: "There is some-
thing stranqe and different
about Jews; it is hard to know
w*iat they are thinkinq cr
planning, or what makes ther.i
tick."
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For Selichot
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Miami Beach, will observe it- first j
special ceren
i fore thi s. lichot service
il 10
l' m Daniel P Tunick, president
1 regi ;. annoum
tot i o Urlich, who has
engaged to conduct the -
i the Hi. h Holj Days, will
a liturgical program,
Rabbi Jonah E Caplan, spiritual
lead r ol the congregation, will
! i "ii Orthodoxy A Dynam
ic Religion A question and an-
swei period will follow The Sis-
'.I will serve refreshments.
Sky Lake Synagogue has a daily
Hebrew and Sundaj School with
a registration of 40 students. AJso
l i- a program of adult
Jewish education in Hebrew, his-
tory and religious observances A
discussion, which will meet in
homes ol members every second
Sundaj evening, i- being planned
for the season following the holi-
days. A teen-age group is now
being organized.
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Responding to this statement, it
v as r< poi ted. nearly one-third, or
32 7 percent ol the students
they vere "uncertain"; it' !> per-
cent indicated some degree ol inti-
Jewish bias; and 47 4 percent
showed themselves unprejudiced
regarding .lews
"It seems." the report stated
"that even the most religious fam-
ilies do not instill in their children
an open-minded attitude toward
Jews. Apparently. Catholic school
children do not so much have an
unfavorable image of Jews a- they
have no image at all This ma> bo
accounted for to some extent by
the infrequency of social contacts
between Catholics and Jews."
Premier, he apparently was not
invited to -it with the visiting and
Israeli dignitaries during the in-
auguration.
The Chief Rabbinate complained
that the two Chief Rabbis were not
included among the "distinguished
persons" who were individual!)
announced as they took their
places in the inauguration cere-
moil) In a letter to Speaker LUZ,
the Chief Rabbinate said the omis
Men was a serious insult to the
dignity of the Chiel Rabbis "
The structure includes two kit-
chen-, oik- lor dairy meals and
one for meal meals ;i synagogue.
a large assembly hall, offices, rest-
rooms ior the Premier and Cabinet
Ministers, many committee I
and conference halls and three
restaurants. In contrast to mo-t
Parliamentary buildings, the bar
is a modest one with room for
about on!> a dozen ocodIp
A symbolic session ol Parlia-
menl was held in the new building
ii after il was in
i
dedication were present
ai the first session
i'i in; 'n he session, 'he \ isiting
Speakers were received by Sneak-
er l.u/ in tin' Chagall Hall I >
delegation brought a gift to il, <
Knesset and each in turn was
Kiven a gold medallion marking
the inauguration.
Premier Levi Eshkol intro-
duced bill to regulate the acti-
vities and functions of Israel's
Cabinet. A clause in the bill pro-
vide* for punishment under Is-
rael's criminal law for publica-
cation of reoorts on activities of
the Cabinet and Ministerial
Committees. The clause came
under sharp attack from spo'tes
men for the opposition parties,
including Rafi, the Gahal align-
ment and the Communists
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AJCong. Groups Install New Officers
Mrs. Irving B Kaplan will be
Installed as president of the South
Florida Women's Division, Amer-
ican Jewish Congress, at a lunch-
,.n Tuesday noon. Sept. 20, at the
Sea tele Hotel Rev. John Papan-
drew, state chairman. Florida Civil
Liberties Union, will speak on
"PeaeC in Viet Nam and the World
When?"
RabM I-eon Kronish. national
i ice president, and president of the
Smith Florida Council. American
Jewish Congress, will make a spe-
Hal presentation at the luncheon.
Chairman of the day will be Mrs.
Harvey Kramer. Jjasl president oi
the Women's Division
Officers to be in-tailed are:
Women's Division board: Mes-
dames Irving B. Kaplan, president:
.Alert Against Anti-Semitism
BONN (JTAl Vigilance
B ainst inhuman anti-Semitic
acts" was called for in a pie-New
Vear stat- ment issued here by the
Central Council of Jews in Ger-
many. The Council called on all
to be alert against a new hate
campaign.
Jack Shapiro. Harold Druker. Jos-
eph White, vice presidents; Ben-
jamin Kamen, financial secretary
and treasurer; Gertrude Mogul, re-
cording secretary: Mary S. Cohen,
corresponding secretary; Irving'
Quartin. chairman of commission ;
on law and social action; Eva M.
Blum, chairman commission on '
community interrelations; Mrs
Rose Zeigmund, chairman commis-
sion on Jewish affairs: Louis Co-
hen, membership co-chairman: Sam i
Herder, fund-raising co-chairman.
Eleanor Roosevelt Chapter: Mes-'
dames Albeit Zuckermafl, William
Brown. Abraham Augenstein, Irv-
ing Perlyn, presidium; Selma
Wolfson, membership vice pres-
ident: Irving Perlyn, fund raising'
and donor vice president; Jerry
Du Dell, corresponding secretary;
living Hertz, recording secretary;
Sj Reese, treasurer; Abraham
Augenstein, chairman, commission
on law and social action: Selma
Wolfson. chairman commission on
international affairs; Ben Wein
traub, Leonard Sidersky, repre-
sentatives to division board.
Justine Chapter: Me-dames Syl-
via Silvers, president Maurice
Cahn, Harold Druker, Irving Wes-
tin. vice presidents; Harry Kopcl,
treasurer; Max Applebaum, finan-
cial secretary: Benjamin Mandell,
corresponding secretary; Sam
Rudt. recording secretary; Rose
Zeigmund, chairman commission
on Jewish affairs: Janet L Shaw-
mut. chairman commission on law
and social action.
Miami-Coral Gables Chapter:
Mesdames Jeannctte Stern, pres-
ident: Anne Heidenrich. living
Quartin. Samuel Koscnstein. Rus-
sell Winer, vice presidents; Eld-
ward Goldstein, treasurer: Sam
Penchansky. financial secretary;
Isaac Welnberg. assistant financial
secretary; Victor Reiss. correspond-
ing secretary: David Bress, record-
ing secretary; Leo Steinberg, chair-
man commission on community
interrelations: Jeanette Gold, mem-
bership co-chairman: Fred Weiss.
lund raising co-chairman; Benja-
min Kamen. bulletin editor.
Louis Wise Chapter: Mesdames
Joseph Albuquerque, president;
Mary S. Cohen, Louis Cohen, Sam
Herder and Joseph White, vice
presidents: Isidor Baum. treasurer;
May Grushow. corresponding sec-
retary; Rose Roth, financial secre-
tary; Isabel! B. Slavitt, recording
secretary; Eva M. Blum, chairman
commission on law and social ac-
tion: Nata Utal, chairman commis
sion on community interrelations
and commission on international
affairs; Henry Hersch. Betty Kress
field, and Emma Rattner. repre-
sentatives to division board.
Sunday Classes
Start at Sinai
Temple Sinai of North Dade Re-
ligious School will begin on Sun-
day, with classes to be held at the
John F. Kennedy Junior High. 1075
NE 167th St.
The educational program, under
the direction of Murray Sisselman,
principal, includes 11 grades, kin-
dergarten through confirmation,
as well as five Hebrew classes.
Sessions are held between 9 and
1 p.m. every Sunday.
during the week... as i see it
Continued from Page 4-A
have never changed their primitive propaganda techniques from the
very beginning
They are humorless They are painfully didactic. They are boring
The American social order has changed, and with it the Jewish social
order, whose soft underbelly may continue to be anti-Semitism, but
whose conditioning worts somewhat otherwise than the latest, and
therefore the oldest. CPUSA plan apparently recognizes. Hence, the
corresponding ease with which we can discover both the CPUSA's
motives .ind intentions
FOr more on this and the American Jewish Committee report,
another time
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vJenisti fleric/for
Friday, September 9, 196S
New Temple Judea Will be Dedicated on Sunday r
Site Features
Most Modern
Of Facilities
Temple Judea's new complex.
designed by Miami Beach and
Niv. York architect Morris Imp-
ious, consists of two main struc-
tures joined by a contemplation
garden. The main structure hous-
es the sanctuary, a social hall, a
"rial room, executive offices.
h loard room, the office of the
rabbi, a choir room and a kitchen
tt service the social hall.
The link between the main
building and the school building
if bj means of an arcade looking
into the contemplation garden,
which is dominated by giant oak
trees. The garden may be seen
frcn an all -lass wall at the side
THE NEW TEMPLE JUDEA OF CORAL GABLES ON GRANADA BLVD.
of the social hall and connects
with a garden around which the
10 classrooms of the school are
clustered.
K^fcoJ vXJishes and ^^onaratnlaHons
Temple Judea
Roy L. Willard, Inc,
PLASTERERS
3940 SOUTHWEST 4th ST., MIAMI
Phone 443-6054
C/ooc/ UJishes and C-~ongratn/ation:
Temple Judea
GABLES CUSTOM CABINETS
42IS PONCE DE LEON BLVD., CORAL GABLES
Phone 444-6947
{-food (AJishes and (onyratulation*
C7.
Temple Judea
Kolber Bros., Inc.
STANLEY KOLBER, Pres.
DECORATORS
PERSONALIZED WINDOW DECORATION
2100 N.W. 13th Av.., Miami Phone 635-2521
The children's garden within
the school area was designed to
service the needs of youth, yet
blends in with the contemplation
garden.
The main entrance, which is
located between the sanctuary
and the social hall, is composed
of three unusually formed arches,
each rising 26 feet in height.
These arches are filled with
stained glass, each containing a
symbolic story of Judaism. The
central arch uses as its theme the
Torah. One side has the eternal
light, the other the tablets of
the ten commandments.
The mammoth entrance doors
of red oak have 12 bronze panels
depicting in sculptural form and
colors the 12 tribes of Israel.
Flanking the entrance is a large
bronze menorah. The sculptured
concrete apse is pierced with
small apertures in which are set
colored crystal clear plastic in a
halo of light around the sculp-
tured bronze, free-standing ark.
The brilliant colors in the plastic
range from sunny yellows through
orange, red, purple and blue for
a full spectrum of color radiating
from the ark.
The Temple complex contains
a sanctuary to seat 428 people
with a ceiling height of 19 feet.
An unusual feature of the Sanc-
tuary is the floor itself, which
instead of being flat or descend-
ing towards the pulpit in theater
fashion, rises towards the pulpit
to create an unusual visual Im-
pression.
This upward-sloping floor makes
it possible to open up th. recep
tion foyer and the social hall
during the High Holy days to
create one huge sanctuary The
pulpit is at the highest point <>
that there are excellent sight con
ditions. making it possible for
the person sitting at the rearmost
point of the social hall to .,>
clearly to the pulpit and the Ktk
of the Scrolls of the Law
DEDICATION BALL SEPT. 25
Vice President Reiter
Serving as Chairman
Chairman of the Dedication
Ball Sept. 25 for Temple Judea
is Victor Reiter. vice president
of the Temple.
Reiter served as general chair-
man of the building fund commit
tee for the congregation last year
as some $435,000 was raised to
enable the move into the new
sanctuary, social hall and school
building across Dixie Highway
from the University of Miami
President and chairman of th*
board of I.awnlite Company, a na
tional leader in the aluminum
furniture manufacturing Indus
try. since 1961. Reiter had been
general sales manager for Lawn
lite and a partner from 1948. un
til buying the firm five years ai>o
He served as president of th"
Coral Gables synagogue for two
years and has three years of serv
Continued en Following Pg.
Ct/e C*xtend Kjttr Congratulations to
Temple Judea
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PHONE 373-2171
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Friday. September 9, 19S6
*Jewisti thridlar}
Page9-A
BEGAN WITH HILLEL FOUNDATION
Phenomenal Rise
In Growth Since
Founding in '47
In a period of less than 19 with Mr. Honor as advisor, long
wars. Temple Judea has grown has been outstanding in the area,
from a nucleus of some 27 fam During its 19-year history,
: to a congregation more than "emple Judea and its members
Vice President Reiter
RUHR
RABBI KIPPER
have been in the forefront of
CJA, Israel Bonds and other coni-
munal efforts,
Continued from Preceding Page
ice as vice president. In both
1958 and 1959. Reiter was chosen
Temple .Judea's Man of the Year.
A charter member of the Op-
timist Club of Opa-locka, Reiter
also is a member of the Lions
Club in Arnold. Pa., the Masonic
Lodge in Surfside and Mahi
Shrine.
His list of board memberships
in the past and present includes
such organizations as Cedars of
Lebanon Hospital, National Chil-
li limes that number.
Temple Judea began life as the
Coral Gables Jewish Center, with
the Hillel Foundation at the Uni-
versity of Miami, the Union of
American Hebrew Congregations,
and Rabbi Leon Kronish, of
Temple Beth Sholom, playing
major roles in its initial spiritual
guidance.
Within two years, the congrega
tion pureha>ed the property at
120 Palermo Ave., with ground-
in-caking ceremonies on July 17,
1949. That location served as the
home of Temple Judea until
Aug. 25, 1966. when the congre-
gation moved to its present lo-
cation at 5500 Granada Blvd.
Since itl inception, Temple
Judea has been an active member
in all wings of Reform Judaism,!
including L'AHC, the Central
Conference of American Rabbis,
National Federation of Temple
Youth, and the national Brother-
hood and Sisterhood agencies.
The Temple provides its 300
families it has been built to
accommodate 400 in comfort
with a full range of congrega-
tional services. Herzl W. Honor,
education director, supervises a
comprehensive weekend school
program culminating in confirm-
ation and a five-year midweek
Hebrew program. Brotherhood,
headed by Dr. Fred Witkoff. and
Sisterhood, under the presidency
Jt Mrs. Manuel Serkin, have com-
plete program* of their own.
Temple Judea's youth program.
Spiritual Leader Rabbi Kipper
Spiritual leader of Temple Ju-
dea for the past two years. Rabbi
Morris A. Kipper moved here
from the pulpit of Temple Beth
Sholom in 1'eabody, Mass.
Ordained by the Hebrew Union
College-Jewish Institute of Relig
ion at Cincinnati. Rabbi Kipper
also holds a BS degree in group
education work from George Wil-
liams College in Chicago.
He has served congregations in
Chicago; Portsmouth, O.; Hutch
inson, Kans.; and Gastonia. N.C.
Before leaving Massachusetts,
Rabbi Kipper was nominated by
the Peabody Junior Chamber of
Commerce as Outstanding Man
ol the Year."
He is the author of a text on
Jewish spiritual values, a book
designed for the primary grades.
He and his wife. Lenore. live in
Coral Gables with their two chil-
dren, Avi and Merle.
During a two-year term in the
Armed Forces, Rabbi Kipper of-
ficiated as Acting Jewish Chap-
lain at Ft. Leonard Wood, Wyo.
Before entering Hebrew Union
College. Rabbi Kipper was em-
ployed by the Board of Jewish
Education of Chicago, where he
was director of the Youth and
Extension Department and pro-
gram camp director. In Cincin-
nati, he was a Hebrew school
teacher and principal of the
Bureau of Jewish Education.
dren's Cardiac Hospital. Greater
Miami Manufacturers Association,
National Association of Furniture
Manufacturers. Florida Land De-
velopment and Temple Judea.
Reiter serves as a member of
Draft Board 175. He is a past
president of the National Associ-
ation of Furniture Manufactur-
ers, National Association of Sum-
mer and Casual Furniture Manu-
facturers Association, and Sum-
mer and Casual Furniture Asso-
ciation.
Born in Pittsburgh in 1915,
Reiter has been married for 2S
years and the couple have three
children, two girls and a boy.
He was graduated from the
of Business Administration and
University of Pittsburgh School
pre law studies with a BS degree
in 1938. Reiter is a member of
Sigma Alpha Mu Fraternity. He
took post-graduate courses in
business and production statistics
at Penn State University.
\-jood (A/ishes and ^^-onaratnlati
a
Temple Judea
Harold G. Jaffer, Inc.
ens
2141 SOUTHWEST 3rd ST., MIAMI
Phone 371-1496
LUc (Extend \^Jur C Temple Judea
Polizzi Construction Co
298 GRANELLO AVENUE, CORAL GABLES
M>>>ti Wishes and \~*onaratit(ations
Temple Judea
B. & F. Metal
Products, Inc.
4800 EAST 10th LANE, HIALEAH
Phone 688-2404
114 Extend Our Congratulations to
Temple Judea
m/i
Paul's Carpet Company, Inc
31 NORTHWEST 23rd STREET
PHONE 374-8435
C/COCf LUishes and ^congratulation:
Temple Judea
Sarbey Electronics, Inc.
3473 WEST FLAGLER ST., MIAMI
Phono 445-1491
C^c-cu/ LUishes and ^congratulations
a
Temple Judea
Gerald Schwartz Agency
Public Relations fund Raising
One Lincoln Read Building Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Telephone: 531-1174
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:3ge 10-A
+Jen-lst> neridi&r
Friday, September 9, 1966
BRINGS YOUTHFUL SPIRIT TO HIS MANY ACTIVITIES
Judea 9s PrexyHas Broad Background
MRS.
AUtRMAN
KRlftTZ
Art To
Adorn
Entrance
One 01 the artistic high-
lights of the new homo of
Temple Judea will be un-
veiled during this Friday
night's services starting
point hi Dedication Week
activities
\ head ol Moses, which
has won critical acclaim from
journalists who pret iewed
the on. nal sculpture as
"monumental and spiritual
grandeur" and "dramatically
impressive," will be placed
above the inner entrance to
the sanctuary.
Sculptor of the head of
VlOSeS is Mrs. Rose Alterman.
whose work recently was
shown at the Coconut Grove
Playhouse Art Gallery.
Unveiling of the Moses fig-
ure will take place during
the One. Shahhat immedi-
ately following the 8 p.m.
Fi idaj u rvices, Ith guests
and prospective members
Icome, according to pres-
ident, Joseph Krefetz.
DOG RACING
EVERY Mf
EXCEPT
SUNDAY
NO MINORS
NOW.'
PERFECTAS
ilightly, except Sundays, thru Jan. 2
Enjoy Cafe Carib*.
Moderate Prices.
Admission 50c Parking 50c
Regular & Ample Bus Service
Res. Suggested For
RCSTt. He joined Temple Judea ono
day after his arrival in Coral
Gables in 1955.
That was oeiore entering his
children in public school, and
Joseph KrefetZ has been in the
thick of synagogue activities since
then.
President of the congregation
which dedicates its handsome.
S750.00O facilities Sunday morn-
ing at 11 a.m.. Krefetz has been
on the job at the new synagogue
at 5500 Granada Blvd.. literally
day and night since construction
began last November.
St. Johns Graduate
\ graduate of St. Johns Uni-
versity School of Law he was
a member of the "subway circuit
which attended classes at night
school during the Depression
KrefetZ was no stranger to com-
munity work in Great Neck. I. I .
before moving to Florida 11 years
ago. There, he was treasurer of
the PTA and active in both his
synagogue and brotherhood.
KrefetZ belies his 57 years
During the race to complete the
new Temple Judea in time for its
initial worship services two weeks
ago. he was to be found on the
premises as late as 3:30 a.m.. and
seldom reported for duty after
8:30 a.m.
It was just two years ago that
Krefetz assumed the temple pres-
idency. Together with other lead-
ers of long standing, including
several past presidents. Krefetz
spearheaded a successful fund
raising drive. Major contribu-
tions by such Temple Judea stal-
warts as Sidney [.anger. Victor
Reiter, Max Deakter and Krefetz
set the pace for a campaign that
permitted the modern facility de-
signed by world-renowned archi-
tect Morris Lapidus.
Krefetz practiced law in New
York for 24 years. Admitted to
the bar of the State of New York
at the age of 21. he still is a
member of that bar and of the
Association of Bar of the City ol
New York
Enthusiastic Wife
Krefetz's wife. Phyllis, shares
her husbands enthusiasm for
Temple Judea activities, and is
active in planning highly success
ful social functions. Each of thcii
four boys has been Bar Mitzvah
at Temple Judea.
When Krefetz moved here, he
entered the petroleum busines
and managed to keep up with his
hobbies of golfing and boating
until the Temple Judea pres-
idency became what he terms "a
true full-time job" when the new
building began.
Believes in Action
Now a distributor of Cities
Service Oil Company's CITGO
products. Krefetz conducts board
meetings with dispatch and be-
lieves In committee meetings of
more action and less talk.
Adult Classes
In Varied Courses
Set at Miami T
Registration is now beintr accept
d for three adult classes to bo of
fered by the YWHA of Greater
Miami, in conjunction with the
Dado County School Board.
"Y" members may register fur
basic sewing, which begins Mon
day. Sept. 19th. 9 a.m. to noon
Cooking class begins Thursday,
Sept 22. 9 a.m. to noon.
A course in home decoration
will also be offered. Classes will
be limited to 20 people. In charge
if registration is Miriam Scheitt
hem.
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Bow i.itai Fortj five
gravestones were damaged and 33
daubed with arili Jewish slogans in
the old Jewish cemetery in Lue-
beck, in northern Germany last
weekend. Helmut Lemke, Prime
Minister of Schleswig-Holstein, de-
nounced the desecrations. The
German Trade Unions demanded
severe punishment for the vandals,
and the city of I.uebeck has prom
ised to help the Jewish community
to restore the cemetery,
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Page 11-
Jews Restricted in Banking
I. : sweetness without sorrow, symbolized by the honey
:>e tasted by Esther Meth 7, in this traditional New
lemony at the National Jewish Hospital at Denver.
le pretty Brooklyn qirl is an asthma patient at the tree, non-
in chest disease center.
Contii oed from Page 1-A
in- against emplo es or job appli-
cants for reasons ol race, color.
< rci (i. or national origin.
The study found a "particular^
extreme" situation in New York
1 ty. home ol nine ol the 50
queried banks One Jewish banker
was lound among 173 senior offi
a .i! the nine hanks. This was
tlj er one half of one per
icnt In a community in which il
mosl 25 percent of the population
and half oi the college-graduate
population i Jewish. A 1965 I
mittec studj found lews markedly
mi.lei represented in New Vork
City's 50 mutual savings banks.
I were found to total 2..") pei
< among the more than I I
crs in such bai ks
The report rejected "hiring or
lii : according to a prcdetet
ota but contended thai
(I (oi executive
Arab Status Discussed
HAIFA WNSl The status
"i the Arabs in Israel and their
lo equality with the Ji wish
i opulation in the land was dis-
cussed here at the first convention
ol the Israeli Arab Committee for
Israel.
The Committee said that most
banking officials have a college
background and Jews account
for about eiaht oercent of all
college giaduates un to aie 50
in this country. Ivv League
graduates arc a hi^h ratio of
banking executives and Jews
make uo 25 percent of all Ivy
League college graduates of the
past five or six years and more
than 15 percent of all such
graduates to age 50.
In addition, the report said,
among executives of the 50 leading
hanks. 528 are Harvard Business
School graduates. 44 percent ol
them in top management posts
Banking reportedly is the most
popular career oi such graduate;
.lews make up 12 to 15 percent
all living graduates of thai scho
but fewer than one percent ol on
going into commercial bankii .
from the Harvard Busini u S
are Jew5
j EHR1ICH UNVFIUNC.
17he dedication o f o monument to
the memory of the lute
1 CUMIN EHRUCH
1 will toke place Sunday Septem-
I bcr 11th ot Mt Nebo Cemetery E
1 '" 1 o'clock w tii Rabbi Joseph 1
1 Nor of officiatin 1
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Continued from Page 1-A
I study by our air force ex-
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Congressman voiced disa
' wnil "sentiment \\ilInn
^raeli military to prevent oh-
ol this MIC; 21 by mill-
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He therefore sen! Pres-
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llctirath said 'hat Pres
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| li hi Johnson as a guest
u inn 11 iuse, expressed ad
ir the I nited States
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I lhal President Sh. .
to pro> ide the secrets
JIG 21 to "those fightin .
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Bur Mttzvah: Sanuit-
Mr* Jacob Morjaln.
I, son i if \||
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Selichot will highlight spiritual activities in Greater Miami's houses
of worship this weekend. The penitential prayer service, which falls on
the Sabbath preceding the advent of the High Holy Days, will be held
Saturday at midnight.
Selichot officially launches the High Holy Day season marked by
the arrival of Rosh Hashona, this year slated Wednesday eve. Sept. 14.
followed by services on Thursday and Friday. Sept. 15 and 16.
A.GUDATH ACHIM. LomMrdy Hviel
6305 Collin* Ave. Orthodox.
---- ----
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever
Frldas 6:30 p.m. batucday s ;* '"
Sermon l" L'nitj !.:- the Salvation
of larael. .' p.m. "Blindness In Juda-
ism." Mlncha 6:30 p.m Mldnlghf Seli-
chot aervlces will i cMartted by Can-
i i Pinchoa Kati. Rabbi Eyer'a Bee-
mon will be on "The Significance of
0. Midnight Pardonlna Prayer*
----
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morris Barr.
----
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Emanuel Kushelwitz.
president. Cantor Sol Pakowitz.
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BETH DAVID. 2625 SW 3rd Ave. Con-
servative. Rabbi Sol Landau. Cantor
William W. Lioson.
Prldaj 6 p m Satui day a.m I lai
t\ ,h i:i hard Lawrence, aon ol
u Mi.-. Irving Ullmun Mine ha
, | in Si Ii i. i bi n lei al mid-
i --lit.
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BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Sch'ft
i Ida) I p.m. Saturdas 30 m
e'ermon: "Preparing t"i '<' Future."
M tsvah Kred Robert, -" "' Mr.
Mrs jack Voung.
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[ETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
Friday 6 p m Saturdas a m, 8er-
i n "The Future of Life
----
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamchea.
---- ----
IETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Beniamin Ben-An.
Saturday s:4"' a.m Sermon: "An vV<
i punted 5 p m Poi l on "i Law
i ,. ii. w i M list Stand L'prlghl
rfel supper al 11 p.m will be lol-
i Wed bj S< Id hi lc< > rmon
' A Cry hi the Night.
IETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
'3630 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Cantor Seymour Hinkes.
I ,ia\ S : p m iui bi Bpeak< r, Stan-
I, \ I, i ich. Saiiinl. > S (' a m.
I ,",r Mils van .i.n'r. >. son "i Mr. and
.- ... v i: natrauch.
EETH SOLOMON. 50 NW 51st PI.
Conservative. Rabbi Ah.iron M. Feier.
i da) 8 30 i' m Saturday 9 a m Ser-
rr.on: "Poi I he VV'( !< Mini ha
. ;. -i i '. I I .. I StliC'hl IB
... ,\ ;.., Sel chol
i I's ami Our ('
----
EETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
---
EETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
A*e. Conservative. R.ihbi Max Lip-
Chltl. Cantor Jarnh Rnzer.
i ... x ;-, ., ,|. Rar
Mm ill Mn I .
i
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
23Elul 6:14 p.m.
Mi K nn > M in< hi
*, rvki at mid nil
; ii Ki llchot
Palmer
Memorials
"Miomi's Only
Jewish
Monument
Builders"
LEADERS IN
SERVICE, QUALITY
AND VALUE!
Scheduled Unvcilings
Sundoy, September 11
Loleside Memorial Pork
EUGENE E. SQM.YIERS, 2 p.m.
I I
Mt. Sinai Cemetery
JACK CHE3IN, 11:30 a.m.
' ..' Max Shapiro
PAULINE QUERIDO, 2 p.m.
, Htnr\ B WemicH
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3279 S.W. 8th Street
HI 4-0921 Phones HI 4-0922
3'NAI RAPHAEL "40: NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Harold Richter
Cantor Jack Lerner.
I di v ].". p.m. Sermon: L-lfi Holl-
eal Purpoai 81 I ill da > l.i .< m I: II
M izvah: Joseph, n of Mi and Mrs
Bndre Schneider Mini ha 6 p m Si
. hos Roclal l":::" p m followi 'I bj
Selichot servlci Sermon "Arise, Sin*
Into the Night!"
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CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
OF MIAMI. 1S4S Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Dov Rozencweig.
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FT. LAUDERDALE JEWISH CEN-
TER. 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd
Conservative. D'. Jack L. Morris.
president. Cantor Theodore Min-
dich.
T. LAUDERDALE EMANU-EL. 1801
S. Andrews Ave. Reform. Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton. Cantor Jerome
Klement.
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HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
126 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd. Rev
Paul Deutach.
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HEBREW ACADEMY. 2*00 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Groas.
---- ----
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yehudar
Heilbraon
---- ----
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor William B. Nuasen,
Saturday Sellchol service* at midnight
will in. lu.i. a High Holy Iaj Inetl-
tute. I Hiring 1" p.m aortal hour Rat>-
lil Drasin will answrK qjieatlom on
judalam Cantor Suaaen and hla on*
U 1 .haul the lltui
-
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Pi i.ia\ ; :'. p in Saturday s :' > m
Sermon: "Aa thi v. ar l "epai Sell
chol > : \ ii mldnlghl Seimon:
"Strange bul al Homi ."
-
KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif.

LUBAVITCHER M.NYAN. 800 Wash
logtc.n Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Abra
ham Korf. Cantor Ernest Field.
----
MINYONAIRES CONGREGATION
3"' Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
Cantor Lewis Cohen.
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy D'
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man.
---- ----
6EPHARDIC JEWiSH CENTER. 644
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Saoi Nah
mias.
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
E. Caplan.
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con
aervative. 1025 NE 1P3rd St.. Miami
Gardens Rd. Rabbi Milton Schlmsky.
Cantor Maurice Neu.
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TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 S. Kendall
Dr., So. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
Friday B:30 p.m. Rabbi Baumgard will
answer queatlona on Judalam. Hatur-
,ia\ n 10 am. Baa Mltavah: i.iiin.
daughter ol Mr. and Mra. Phil Kap-
lan Beth, daughter ol Mr and Mra
Bernard Greenfield. Midnight Selichot
service iii in preceded bj a aoclal
atai i Ing at i* p. ni
e --
TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD. 1351 S. 14th Ave. Reform
Rabbi Samuel Jaffe.
Friday B:1S p.m. A service >< music
and prayer in the Penitential mood.
Saturda) ii a.m. Bar Mltsvah David
Hariy, son Mr. and Mra. Allan I.
1 '..% s.
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL. 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Cantor
Saul H. Breeli.
TEMPLE BETH TOV. 6438 SW t,
St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon t,,
--------
TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM. 1680C S .Y
22nd Ave. Conservative. Ca-
Abraham Reiseman.
rv 'Q
.
Ml
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Wa
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler
Kriday fl p.m. Sauirilav :< a.m
niun "The Meaning "f Parem
EMucatlon A Messagt* for 11
Vi-ai." Mlncha p.m. Bar Mil
Qar) Richard, son 1.....nard KriodlHinl. Trailiiii.n.il
chol i-' ii ices at mldnlghl s.
"A Prayer on the Eve ..f in.
Holidays."
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GHEATER Ml.
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Raecl
Jotcph R. Narot.
TEMPLE l&RAfcL OF MIRAVic
SW 69th Way. Conserv.t.,
Tabbi Irwin Cutler
-
TEMPLE JUDEA. 550-5 Granao.-. E t.
Liberal. Reform. Rabbi Morns r, t.
oer
HYIda) v p in Saturday 11 |i n
i t-li.it services preceded t-^ .
social hour.
----
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620
i Conservative. Rabbi Mayer ^*
owiti. Cantor Nico Feldman.
Saturday mldnlghl Selirhoi
s. mon "Meditation u M
Slat* i hood will hosi i
ii.m

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase TEMPLE NER TAmiO 80th
Ave Liberal. Rabbi Leon Kronisn Tati.m Waterway. Modern Trii .
Cantor David Conviser.
'ii'" x I'in Saturda} l" l". a.m. Continued on Following P,n
TEMPLE BETH SHOLEM of Molly
wood. 1725 Monroe St. Conservative
Rabbi Morton Ma4avky. Cantor Er-
neit Sterner.

.

SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION
NITZAVIM VAYELEKH
Moses speaks to all Israel, men and women, from the wood
man lo the drawer of water.
"Ye are standing this day all of you before the I-ord your
God; your heads, your tribes, your elders, and your officers"
((Deut. 29.9).
NITZAVIM "Ye are standing this day all of you before
the Lord your God that thou shouldest enter into the covenant
of the Lord thy God and into His oath which the Lord
thy God maketh with thee this day: that He may establish thee
this day unto Himself for a people, and that He may be unto
thee a God. as He spoke unto thee, and as He swore unto thy
fathers, to Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob. Neither with you
only do I make Ihis covenant and this oath; but with him that
siandclh here with us this dav before the Ix>rd our God. and
also with him that is not here with us this day The secret
things belong unto the Lord our God: but the things that are
revealed belong unto us and to our children for ever, that we
may do all the words of this law" (Deut. 29. 0-28).
"I call heaven and earth to witness against you this day. that
I have set before thee life and death, the blessing and the curse;
therefore choose life, that thou mayest live, thou and thy seed'
(Deut. 30. 19i.
*
Moset writes the sacred Torah.
And Moses wrote this law, and delivered it unto the priests
. and unto all the elders of Israel" (Deut. 31.9i.
VAYELEKH 'And Moses went and spoke these
unto all Israel And he said unto them: 'I am a hundred and
twentj : this day: 1 can no more go out and come in.
and the Lord hath said unto me: Thou shalt not go over this
Jordan .' And Moses called unto Joshua, and said unto him
in the sight of all Israel: "Be strong and of good courage; for
thou shalt go with this people into the land which the Lord hath
sworn unto their lathers to give them; and thou shalt cause them
Ki inherit it .' And Moses wrote this law. and delivered it unlo
the priests the sons of I.evi, that bore the ark of the covenant
of the Lord, and unto all the elders of Israel Now therefore
write ye this song for you, and teach thou it the children of
Israel: put it in their mouths, that this song may be a witni -
for Me against the children of Israel" (Deut. 31, 1 19).
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is ex-
tracted and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher is
Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St., New
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume
is Joseph Schlanp.
I. I ...,L

'
rCctbvinical Jelevision /^-oa
rants
Sept. 11 Ch. 10, 11 a.m., The Jewish Worship Hour
Guest: Rabbi Morton Malavsky
Sept. 11 Ch. 7, 10 a.m.. The Still Small Voice
Rabbi Irving Lehrman and Guests
Sept. 13 Ch. 2, 9:30 p.m., Man to Man
Participants: Dr. Irving Lehrman, Father Donald
Connolly, Rev. Albert Schmidt
Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Topic: "Man and Mankind"
Lakeside Memorial Park
N.W. 25th Street at 103rd Avenue
invites you to attend
Special High Holy Day
Memorial Services
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1966
RABBI IRWIN CUTLER
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIRAMAR
10:00 A.M.
RABBI MILTON SHLINSKY
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN
11:00 A.M.
RABBI SHERWIN STAUBER
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI
11:00 A.M.
RABBI MAX A. LIPSCHITZ
EETH TORAH CONGREGA'ION
12 NOON
RABBI EUGENE LABOVITZ
TEMPLE NER TA1
1:00 P.M.
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
TEMPLE MENCRAH
1:30 P.M.
RABBI MAURICE KLEIN
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB
2:00 P.M.
RABBI SAMUEL APRIL
TEMPLE BETH TOV
2:00 P.M.
RABBI HENRI FRONT
TEMPLE SINAI
3:30 P.M.
For Information or Directions Call TU 5-1689


May. September 9. 1966
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THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Toward Achieving the Good Life
By RABBI BERELWEIN
Beth Israel Congregation
The High Holiday season awak-
< within US the search for mean-
to our lives. Our central goal
[",, be inscribed in the Book of
1[t, Every man reaches forward
h dutch for as If>"g as he can lhe
levins cloud of life. Yet our def-
lition oi in-'
n this country'
( -lit one that
gnnotes ii r e
hjsical exist
rce We yearn
,r tne mul
and are
wtantl>
t io-
.. i- tli..- d
d
is
'
Mm
This page u prepaied in co- |
operation wi:h tne Greater Mi- '
ami Rabbinical Association.
Coordinator of features ap-
pearing here is
DR. MAX LIPSCHITZ
ipfritUdl leader of Beth Torah
I Congregation of North Miami
; Beach.
. mm ii..
Rabbi Wein
color television, a boat, tickets to
Fiddler on the Roof" and marry
Ing off our daughters to handsome
young doctors at weddings that
cost ;it least live figure-
But it also means mental illi
unrest, broken homi ind
an empty feeling of i
existence Judaism i> also
interested in achiev ing the
lifi "chay im t.>-. im Hov
authentic Torah Judaism re'
unique definition of what
UMfs the "good
j5c7/c/io rv/ccr
joC from Preceding Page Orthodox Raoo Sher ---, --
IM Ll '' Can |M n iSRc'_ ~ "' ";
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tali Ponish


- vativa
M i hjuti
The Jewish "good life" contains
within it humility instead of van
ity, refinement instead of gross-
ness, dignified faith instead of
shameful mockery and pseudo-
sophistication. It envisions syna- j
gogues where the opinion of the
Lord matters at least as much as
those of the members and the sis-'
terhood; where the quality of the'
service is as important as the quan-
tity of the attendance and the cost'
of the edifice.
It requires within it a self-disci-!
pline in matters of food and dress1
and morals. Jewish "good life" has j
no room for banquets and lunch-
eons on behalf of. and sponsored
by, Jewish communal organizations
where authentic and proud Jews
are excluded because the "good
life" of America demands shrimp
c icktails and non-kosher meat on
the menu
Neither w. it countenance
.;. litui o Jewish
:"oi .'v and cts and i
i si ition;
: v the "publii hile true
lew .-ii h ses i! < an for
.. .: i''..--
: lir
'i -. I rd.ii erib<
1 iod i ..:< chayim
i nl; p ike il Your
: meani
and not our- I
North Miami High
Adult Education Center
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800 Northeast 137 Street PL 4-4651 Miami, Florida
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American History
American Government
English
General Mathematics
Algebra I
Business Math
General Science
Spanish Beginning
Spanish Advanced
Speed Reading
Remedial R-ead ng
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Modern Math for Parents
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Selection and Care of Clothes
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Clothing Construe' 3 "
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iarvativa. R a b
Cantor Leon
i
MAI OF NORTH MIAMI
rv Mice '1120 \ c. 6-ttfl St
Cantor Chet Gala.
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[ Maurica Klein.
II...!. uh Miami
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in .- i\ lo. nd I.
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itive. R.lObi Maxwell Jer
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onservativa. Ra30i Henry

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-"3 ISRAEL. 990 NE :*-st St
Irs. Dora Cohen
lemorialized
i mg the coming High Holy
- Rabbi Tibor H. Stern will
eciate the Eternal Light at
lacob C. Cohen Community
le in memory of Mrs. Dora
in. late wife of Jacob C. Co-
founder president of the con-
ation.
\ specially-designed bronze orn
ental tablet resting on the face
the Holy Ark has been selected
Mrs. .lack Turkish to perpetu-
her mother's memory.
>edication ceremony will be
Id during Yizkor services on
ni Kippur morning, Saturday.
Pt 24.
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lewish Home for the Aged
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of the A.M. A. that his future tame was
Hays received his B.A. from the Uni-
versity Of Pennsylvania, and within two
years of graduating trom medical college
hewasappoiMU-dtothestafTofthePenn-
Svania Infirmary of the Eye and Ear.
Not ..nly did Dr Hays excel in his
chose, specialty, ne also editecI Hays
journal, oi which it has been said. It
i8 ne Of the few great journals of the
world ..i.d ont from which it is almost
Dossible to write the progress ol Ameri-
can medicine during the past century.
As n advanced in skill
and prestige, the need for a permanent
national organization became evident. In
1^17 Dr. Hays led a medical conference
in Philadelphia and chaired the commit-
tee that presented a series >f ethical
principles for the guidance of the organ-
ization. These rules of conduct were
adapted at the formation of the Ameri-
can Medical Association, and continue
today as the basis of A.M.A. principles.
Dr. Hays'activities were as numerous
as they were varied. In addition to being
an expert oculist, he retained asuc< Ssful
general practice. He found time to serve
on hospital staffs. He conti I edit
and translate medical works, indto pub-
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Friday. September 9. 196
34 SYNAGOGUES TO U INVOLVED
Israel Bond Organization Planning
High Holy Day Effort in Congregations
Thirty-four synagogues and tom-
es will join in launching the an
ual fall drive on behalf of Israel
ionds. commencing on Rosh Ha-
- lona. Thursday and Friday. Sept.
: > and 16.
The number of synagogues par-
: ,'ipaiing in Greater Miami's effort
'is year, either through a pulpit
ipeal during the holidays, or at
nner- sponsored by major congre-
-. itions. will be the largest in the
5-year history of the bond drive,
was noted b} Rabbi l.eon Kron-
li. chairman of the Greater Mi-
. rti Israel Bond Organization.
The 1966 effort coincides with
srael's year of "Chai" its 18th
car of statehood. Rabbi Kronish
noted that 'Chai' has great
-leaning to our program, for Is-
ael Bonds have proved to be
-he life blood in Israel's eco-
nomic development. In this year
:f 'Chai,' the Israel Bond effort
s bringing new life to Israel,
new life to its citizens, new life
o the land, new life to industry,
commerce and agriculture, and
new life to underdeveloped areas
hroughout the world."
Highlighting the Chai" Israel
: >nd program will be a sorio- I
liners under the sponsorship of
ading synagogues and temples.
These include, in the order of their
schedule, Temple Emanu-El, Beth
Torah Congregation. Temple Belh
Sholom, Temple Ner Tamid. Tom-
;. le Beth Am. Temple .ludea. Belli
El Congregation, and others being
.-i heduled.
Two major events which have
iocused national attention upon
Miami since their inception will
U uka Festival, which met with rous-
ing community wide enthusiasm
when il \\a.- initialed last year.
will this year be held on Sund;iy.
Dec 11. at the Miami Beach Audi-
torium. Among those scheduled to
headline the festivities are opera
Star -Ian Pence, noted humorist
Emil Cohen, the Israeli Ballet. Art
( arney, Sheila MacCrea, and the
Anti-Nazi Painter
Dead at Age
University of Miami Symphony
Orchestra and Chorus.
Eligible to receive free reserved
seats for the Chanukah Festival
will be all 1966 purchasers of Israel
Bonds.
Climaxing the year's Israel Bond
1 effort will be the traditional Am-
1 bassador's Ball, to be held this
year on Dec. 26. in the Grand Ball-
room of the Pontainebleau Hotel.
A significant development in
the "Chai'' Israel Bond year is
the role being assumed by high-
rise apartments. This area of
community participation was in-
stituted several years ago by
residents of Morton Towers, who
have since made their Israel
Bond dinner an annual tradi-
tion.
Man) Of these will be scheduled
throughout Hie fall and coining
spring
As in oiher years, the participa-
tion oi every major Jewish organ-
isation provides a community-wide
base for the Israel Bond drive.
Spearheading this sector of events
is the annual Israel Bond dinner
sponsored by the Labor Zionist Or-
ganization of Greater Miami.
Highlighting the Israel Bond ef-
fort on the distaff side is the an-
nual Hadassah Israel Bond lunch-
eon under the auspices of all
groups of the Miami Beach Chap-
ter of Hadassah.
In announcing the launching of,
RABBI UON KRONISH
tin thai" Israel Bond drive, Rabbi
Kronish underscored the tact that
Israel Bond dollars have been a de-
cisive factor in every' important
economic project undertaken bj
Israel.
"As we approach the High
Holidays in this year of 'Chai,'
we must look to the future, to
the new year, to the years that
come after that.
'"We must pledge ourselves to the
cause of Israel and her heroic pio-
neers, and remind ourselves of the
rich heritage we share As we con-
tinue to identify ourselves with
Israel through participation in the
High Holidays Israel Bond effort
and iu the months to follow, we
will strengthen the ties that unite
us with our people and its sacred
traditions."
BETH SOLOMON
CONGREGATION
(Formerly Flagler-Granada Jewish Center)
50 N.W. 51st PLACE
HEBREW SCHOOL STARTS SEPTEMBER 6th
PARENTS OWE THEIR SONS AND DAUGHTERS
A GENUINE HEBRAIC-TORAH EDUCATION.
Registration can be arranged by phoning 444-6547 or 443-0801
Conscientious Instruction and Attention to Each Student
Expert, Authentic Bar Mitivah ad Bas Mitzvah Training
SUNDAY SCHOOL STARTS SEPTEMBER 11th
PRESCHOOL NURSERY STARTS SEPTEMBER 6th
High Holy Day Seat Reservations Available
FAMILY AND INDIVIDUAL MEMBERSHIPS INVITED
NEW YoRK (JTA
ia were held here this
i k for At nold I tollman, a Rus-
I'omi Jewish artisl who i
fame when he tinned from land-
scapes to anti-Nazi themes He died
at 80 after a long illness
One of his paintings, "Civiliia-l
tion, 1940," depicted Jewish men.
women and children being dis-
gorged from cattle cars at the en-
trance to one of the Nazi death
camps.
In 1942. nis large anti-Nazi paint-
ingS were shown and then hung in
Freedom House in New York. A
war poster. "Slave World or Free
World,"" was distributed by the
Office of War Information among
workers in arms factories.
Born in Odessa, he studied at
the School of Beaux Arts there
where he Became a teacher before
he was 20."tle then studied in Ger-
many and came to the United
States in 1910. His work is on dis-
play in many museum* and private
collections.
HI ALE AH MIAMI SPRINGS ONLY
JEWISH HOUSE OF WORSHIP .
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB
Hialeah, Florida
951 E. 4th Avenue
Phone 887-9595
Rabbi Maurice Klein conducting a well-rounded
Religious Education Program for children and
adults. Register your children now.
Rosh Hashona Services begin on
Wednesday, September 14 at 7:00 P.M.
YOUNG ISRAEL of GREATER MIAMI
North East 10th Avenue and 171st Street
North Miami Beach
Cordially Invites You to Our
HIGH HOLY DAYS SERVICES
Rabbi Sherwin Stauber, Officiating
Cantor Pincos Aloof
AUXILIARY SERVICES WILL BE HELD AT
WASHINGTON FEDERAL AUDITORIUM
699 N.E. 167th Street North Miami Beach
REGISTRATON NOW OPEN
for Hebrew and Sunday School
Youth Activities Adult Education
MEMBERSHIP INVITED but NOT REQUIRED
OFFICE OPEN
FOR SEATING
9 A.M. to 5 P.M.
EVES. 7:30 to 10:00
FOR INFORMATION
call Wl 5-3586
THE UNITED SYNAGOGUE OF AMERICA
soi tii i iAmin.\ 4 or mi r
2355 SALZEDO STREET, CORAL GABLES, FLA.
RABBI ALLEN RUTCHIK, Director PHONE 446-6213 MR. SEYMOUR MANN, President
EXTENDS TO ALL OF ITS FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR AND INVITES YOU TO AFFILIATE WITH
AND TO WORSHIP IN, ONE OF ITS CONSERVATIVE SYNAGOGUES IN THE GREATER MIAMI AREA.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
2625 S.W. 3rd Ave., Miami FR 1-1882 FR 1-4795-6
RABBI SOI LANDAU CANTOR WM M LIPSON
MR ALBERT J. BEER, President
TEMPLE ZAMORA
44 Zamora Avenue, Coral Cables HI 8-7132
RABBI MAXWELL BERGER CANTOR BEN 0ICKSON
MR. AINSLEE R. FERDIE, President
1701 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach JE 8-2503
DR IRVING LEHRMAN CANTOR ZVI ADLER
MR. MAX BODERMAN. President
The Minyonaires Synagogue
3737 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI, FLA.
wishes to announce that
Cantor Louis Cohen
WILL CONDUCT SERVICES
FOR THE HIGH HOLY DAYS
"A Modern Traditional Service"
Seats Now Available
Moderately Priced
SIXMOS SERVICES
MIDNIGHT SEPT. 10
Max rV. Temcfcin, Pres.
hador Kessler Kit. Chairman
TEMPLE SINAI JEW,SH community
icmrLC 3HXHI CENTER OF HOLLYWOOD
1201 Johnson St., Hollywood WA 3-1577
RABBI DAVID SHAPIRO CANTOR YEHUOAH HEILBRAUN
MR. I. ABE DURBIN, President
TEMPLE BETH SHALOM HOLLYWOOD
1725 Monroe St., Hollywood WA 3-1573 949-0501
RABBI MORTON MALAVSKY CANTOR ERNEST STEINER
MR. CURT J. SCHLEIMER. President
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13630 W. Dixie Highway, No. Miami 751 7578
RABBI DAVID ROSENFELD CANTOR SEIMOUR HEINKES
MR. MARTY MARTIN. President
BETH TORAH CONGREGATION
1051 NMB Blvd., No. Miami Beach Wl 7 7528
DR. MAX LIPSCHITZ CANTOR JACOB J. RENZER
MR. EWALD ZIFFER. President
TEMPLE MENORAH
Dickens Ave. at 75th St., Miami Beach, UN 6-0221
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ CANTOR NICO FEIDMAN
MR. LEONARD ROSEN, President
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIRAMAR
3500 S.W. 69th Way, Miramar, W. Hollywood 987-9031
RAB8BI IRWIN CUTLER CANTOR EMANUEl MANDEl
MR. NORMAN PRAFIN. President
B'NAI RAPHAEL CONGREGATION
1401 N.W. 183rd St., Miami 624-2621
RABBI HAROLD RICHTER CANTOR JACK LERNER
MR. ALEX JARET, President
TEMPLE ZION
8000 Miller Road, Miami
RABBI ALFRED WAXMAN
MR. SAMUEL WENIG, President
271-2311


Friday. September 9. 1966
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Page ISA
JWV Elects Beachite Steinberg As
i}h Regional Commander at Convention
was past rational commander tor. Post 22:?; Judge Advocate or Herbert Buxbaum, Posl '
' "hi'eM-HeUerD 'S t RaPh Rosofsky; Commander Maur- and Commander Herbert Go]
ice Weinman, Posl 330; Command Posl 746
member of the Miami Beach
Post 330.
lnl ;,. rg was elected 4iii
immander of the Jewish
ns of the ISA. at its
vention on Aug. 28 in
ity, N.J.
S( her. hoads the Southeastern
-,.. tes and has Jurisdiction
er .,... states and the District of
and Puerto Kico. The
.. commander is a combat vet-
rl of VV'orld War II who holds
he Purple Heart. He is an inspoo
,.r uiih the Department of Agri-
,;'lUir, (.1 the State of Florida.
Rabbi Schlinsky
Takes Pulpit At
Adath Yeshurun
Temple Adath Yeshurun an-
nounces the appointment of Rabbi
Milton Schlinsky as its spiritual
leader.
Rabbi Schlinsky. a native of

Steinberg has twice served as
commander of the Abe Horrowitz
Post 6o2, of North Miami Beach,
and is a past Florida command-
er. He has served three years
on the national executive com-
mittee and served a one-year
term on the national policy
committee.
He lias twice been national con-
vention chairman. He i- married
and Uvea in North Miami Beach
with his wife. Ceil, and two daugh-
ters, Anita and Debbie.
Also elected at the regional cau-
cus was Ily Morris for an addition
al term as regional vice command-
er. Morris is a past department
commander and past commander
of the Norman Bruce Brown Post
174. of Miami.
Elected regional quartermaster
was Moe Gromet, of the Abe Hor-
owitz Post 682. of North Miami
Beach.
Koolected as national adjutant
was Ralph Grossman, of the Miami
Beach Post 330 Grossman is an
executive with Florida Power &
Light Co. He is a past department
commander.
Reelected to the national execu-
tive committee as dcleiiale-at-largc
was Coral Gables attorney. Ainslee
R. Fordio. a past department com-
mander and a past commander of
I ho Murray Solomon Posl 243. of
(oral Gables.
Relected to the seven-member
national personnel committee
RABBI MILTON SCHLINSKY
Rochester. NY, is a graduate of
Mesefta Rabbi Chaim Berlin of
Brooklyn, NY., and served Con-
gregation Beth Israel, of Flint,
Mich, for the past five years.
He has held pulpits elsewhere
for the past 13 years.
Rabbi Schlinsky is a former mem-
ber of the Human Relations Com-
mission of the City of Flint and
past president of the Interfaith
Community Council there.
Rabbi Lomnitz
At Beth Raphael
Rabbi Julius Iximnitz. assisted
by Cantor Saul Breoh and the
choir, 'will conduct High Holiday
services at Beth Raphael, it was
announced by Abysch S. Perl,
president of the congregation.
Rabbi I.omnit/ received his or-
dination at the Yeshiva College in
Frankfurt and a PhD in pyschology
and pedagogy at the University of
Wuerzburg.
He has held pulpits in the United
States, and for eight years was di-
rector of the American Jewish
Joint Distribution Committee for^
Latin America.
From 1356 until 1963, Dr. Lom-
nitz v. as professor of psychology
at universities in Basel and Zurich.
Switzerland.
the 16 member na-
tmmiltee was Ains-
lee R. Fei
Rei i L\ behalf of the De
partmenl ol Florida awards pre-
sented were Department Com-
r Irving I oeperman ol Mi-
Beach, immediate past depart
menl commander, .lack Berman, of
HoHywood, and senior vice com-
mander, James Stern, of West Mi-
ami The department was awarded
the National Commander's Citation
"for outstanding service above and
beyond the call of duty" and the
National Blood Donor Trophy.
In addition, the department was
the runner-up for the Wolfson
Traveling Trophy "for outstanding
, community relations."
At the convention, Cooperman
made a presentation to the na-
tional action committee concern-:
ing discrimination in private clubs.
Heller and Berman made a special
presentation to National Com-
mander Milton A. Waldor regard-
ing the Americanism rally held at
the Deauvillc Hotel after the com
mander's return from Viet Nam.
Heller presented the constitu-
tion and by-laws committee re-
ports to the national convention.
Ferdie reported on the national
cemetery situation and veterans'
burial allowances.
Other post commanders and de-
partment officers participating in
the convention were Commander
William Saot. Post 174; Depart-
ment Historian Edwin Feihleman.
Posl 174: Commander I.eo Schlec-
GREATER MIAMI
HEBREW ACADEMY
2400 Pinetree Drive, Miami Beach
is pleased fo announce that
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
will fake place
in its Air Conditioned Auditorium
RABBI ALEXANDER S. GROSS
and MR. MURRAY BERKOWITZ
officiating
Seats are Available in the Academy Office
from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M.
THE UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW CONGREGATIONS
816 CONGRESS BUILDING PHONE 379-4553
Cordially Invites You To Join One Of Its Affiliated
Reform Or Liberal Temples In The Greater Miami Area NOW
Rosh Hashona Begins Wednesday Evening, September 14th
Community Memorial Prayers
STAR OF DAVID
MEMORIAL PARK
Sunday, Sept. 18, 1966
Rabbi Max Shapiro
will be present in the Park to hold
Community Memorial Services.
All of the Jewish Public Are Invited
at 3 p.m.
Temple Memorial Services
Sunday, Sept. 18, 1966
FOR THE FOLLOWING CONGREGATIONS
TEMPLE ZION -
Rabbi Alfred Waxman, 10:30 A.M.
TEMPLE JUDEA -
Rabbi Morris Kipper, 11:00 AM.
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH -
Rabbi Morris Skop, 3 P.M.
LOCATION OF PARK:
5900 S.W. 77th Avenue Tel. 274-064j_
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI
137 N. E. 19th Street
Serving ail of Dade County for 13 yea
DR. JOSEPH R. NAR0T, Rabbi
JACOB G. BORNSTON, Center
Service! vrery Triday evening at 8:15 o'clock
Mid-Week Hebrew Classes: North Miamiat
John F. Kennedy Junior High.
South Miamiat University of Miami
For Temple Affiliation and Religious School Information
Coll 379-1757
TEMPLE SINAI
18S01 N.E. 22nd Ave., North Miami Beach
The only Reform Temple in North Dade
WORSHIP SERVICES Hebrew and Sund.iy
School through Confn mation
High Holy Day Services: North Miami Beach
Auditorium. 17010 N.E. 19 Ave.
For Temple Affiliation and Information
949-3429
\Te,uple J3cff' zd'"
5950 N. Kendall Drive (S.W. 88th St.)
SOUTH MIAMI, FLORIDA
Cordially Invites You to Join Its Congregational
Family. Religious School. Hebrew School.
Nursery School. Adult Education. Ycuth Group.
Phone MO 6-2536
RABBI HERBERT M. BAUMGARD D.H.I.
MICHAEL KYRR, Cantor
Adjacent to Coral Caal-s and Kendall
TEMPLE BETH SH0L0M
"The Liberal Congregation on the Beach"
4144 Chase Avenue, Miami Beach
LEON KRONISH, Rabbi DAVID CONVISER, Cantor
DANIEL FRANZEL, Assisfanf Rabbi
iNursery School through Confirmation)
Rei'g'ous School Registration Now in Progress
Call the Temple Office JE 8-7231
for Information reRardliiK
The Beth Sholom Fair Share Family Plan
TEMPLE JUDEA
A REFORM CONGREGATION
5500 Oranoda Boulevard, Coral Goble$
RABBI MORRIS A. KIPPER
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL SISTERHOOD
ADULT EDUCATION BROTHERHOOD
YOUTH GROUP
Sabbath Services Every Friday 8 00 P.M.
for offiliofion and information, phone 667-5657
' ----- .---------------
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
WILLIAM W. LIPSON, Cantor
SAUL RABIN, tc.t Dir.
SOL LANDAU, Rabbi __..
EDWARD L. KAY. Exec. Dir. ALBERT J BEER. Pres.dent
in its 55th Year as Miami s Pioneer Conservative Congregation
INVITES NEW MEMBERS TO JOIN ITS FAMILY
AND AVAIL THEMSELVES OF ITS RELIGIOUS, CULTURAL,
EDUCATIONAL, SOCIAL AND RECREATIONAL PROGRAMS AND FACILITIES,
for information regarding Membership and High Holy Day tickets, please visit owr Administration office
of SW 3rd Ave. and 27th Road or call 371-4795.
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REGISTRATION IS IN PROGRESS
for NURSERY, KINDERGARTEN
and RELIGIOUS SCHOOL.
Non-Members are welcome.
Please call 371-1882 for information.
BETH DAVID South Dade at 7500
SW 120 Street with facilities for Nurs-
ery, Kindergarten and Religious School
as well as USY, Youth Activities and
Adult Education, Social Cultural Activ-
ities.


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Miami. Florida, September 9, 19GG
Section 3
MIAMI CHAPTER OPENERS DUE ON MONDAY
Hadassah Groups Start Season
Re:h David Fine Arts Committee conducted classes in oil
papier mache, recorder and Israeli dancing through-
summer. Shown here working on a Seder plate are
. Alvin Budner and (right' Mrs. Julius Specter, flanking
fcstructor Gigi Aramesco. The annual Fine Arts Festival at
Beth tvid is planned for Nov. 11 to 13.
Beth David Arts Group
I Back-to-ShuT Reception
Ki>r'ti- start <>f the new season,
K, !., David Fine Arts Commit-
ft, > hosting a "Back-to-Shul" re-
Efe: on Saturday at 8:30 p m
ram will include a display
Bunik- finished during the com
Hriii summer classes, and in-
HaMjtiKi! <>f congregation officers.
Th> evening will conclude with
-mci.i! hour, followed by Selichol
Hrvices
BSfluh'ii services will be held by
It'll David Congregation of Miami
K the Sanctuary at midnight with
Ren:U r- of Jewish War Veterans
p-- 243 actm*g~as special ushers.
The midnight penitential service
will be preceded l>> a social hour
and a stud] session on "The Motifs
of the High Holy Day Liturgy."
Coffee hour will commence at
10:30 pin and the study session
will be conducted by Itabbi Sol
Landau and Cantor William w
I.ipson will officiate assisted by the
Beth David Choir
Beth David South Dade at 750()
SW 12th St.. has facilities for nurs-
ery, kindergarten and Religious
School as well as USY, Youth ac-
tivities and adult education, social
cultural activities
Miami Chapter of Hadassah in-
augurates another season with 13
groups holding opening meetings
mi Monday, Sept 12.
Chai Group will meet at 9:30
a.m., at the home of Mrs. Bernie
Heidt, 1165 NE 177th Ter., No.
Miami Beach, for a program oi
new -
Albert Einstein Group will ho'd
it- opening meeting at 12.30 p.m .
at Washington Federal in No
Miami Beach. Program will high-
light "Hadassah Bonnets on Ta-
rade."
Menorah Group will hold a ttOOB
luncheon at the Coral Gablefl Wom-
en's Club to welcome new mem-
bers. Guest speaker will be Mrs.
Max Swart/., member of Advisory
Council of the Miami Chapter of
Hadassah
*
Mount Scopus Group will hold a
noon membership rally at Temple
Zamojra in Coral Gables,
Naomi Group will meet at 8
p.m at the Miami VM1IA Guest
speaker will be Amos Martin, exe-
cutive director ol the Miami-Dade
Chambei of Commerce
Eleanor Roosevelt Group will
conduct its first meeting of the sea-
son at 1 p.m. in the Mar-l.en Gar-
dens Auditorium. No. Miami
Beach.. Program will feature a
"What's My Line" panel, and a
presentation of the president's pin
Paul, treasurer of the Miami Chap-
ter ot Hadassah.
The New Shalom Group will
meet at 12 noon at Brickell Town
House headquarters, ushering in
the new season with champagne
brunch and entertainment He-1 -.-
oi the da> will be Mrs. Philip
Brostoff.
*
Also observing the beginnin
a new Hadassah year at September
meetings Will be Aviva, Kadimah,
Shoshana, Tikvah, Torah and
Chaim Weiimann Groups of the
Miami Chapter of Hadassah.

Mrs Sam Steinberg, Miami
Chapter president, has reported
that at the national Hadassah con-
vention held Aug. 14 to 17 in Bos-
ton, Miami Chapter won national
awards for fund-raising, member-
ship and life membership.
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by ISABEL GROVE
HUMAN
BINDER
will be a big social thing at
tlir I oral Cables Musicians Club
! n Binders 86th birthday
I. Hosts are Dr. Bertha Poster,
ci. of the U
d i m m u s i c
Bill"'! and the
Bint',! -culptor
ml architect.
l)r I i Inn C.
L i n g, who
I months with
the I a 1 e re-
v Dr. Al-
bert Schweit
' : mi to his
1" away
pi* Africa .'. .
"Please n o
gifts." the in
tation to 150
leads, although
I......a rd Keller, proxy ol the
Miami Beach Realty Board, who'll
pet as master of ceremonies, fully
pxpects a much larger attendance
Last year, on Hi's 85th. they
Invited 60, and the crowd ran to
pearly twice that .
Binder, who has been so ar-
dently involved in so many fine
activities in Miami, and has been
credited with the founding ol
the national Anti Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith. looks for
vard to the arrival here from
hicago of his nephew. Dr. Sam-
el Binder, and the Docs son,
Perry, now entering Northwest
'in U from which his dad mad
uateil as a dentist, and through
huh he worked his way some
Bo years back as an arranger for
be Frankie Masters combo...
Everybody's trying to come.
breaking previous social en > i
merits right and left the invi-
tations arrived at the last possible
moment including I'M I'rexy
Dr. Henry King Stanford and
Mrs Stanford Program will
include Miami s own popular pi-
anist. Michelle U-vin. and Cantor
Jacob Bornstein. of Temple Is-
rael, in a repertoire of songs
Accent, Of course, will be on
cuisine, on* of Hi's special loves.
11 was a gay rehearsal dinner
last Saturday nigbl hosted b> the
prospective bridegroom's parents.
Mr. and Mrs Lawrence Cooper,
ot Memphis. Tenn.....Joseph
Cooper exchanged vows with
Barbara Lynn Burnej In a noon
wedding on Sunday For the
affair at the Delano Hotel, pretty
Barbara, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs George Burney. chose a
fashionable Op Art silk chiffon
l red and pink, while her moth-
er selected green brocade
Out-of-town guests, all sharing
the family name of Cooper, in-
cluded Mr and Mrs. Louis, Mr
and Mrs. Stanley. Mr. and Mrs.
Julian, Mr. and Mrs. Abe. Mr. and
Mrs Harry and Sam Other
relatives, Mr. and Mrs Louts
p)atklni Mr. and Mis Aaron
Weiss. Joe and Bebe Weiss .
Ms,, Mrs Jerry Silve.ste.n. Mrs
Jack Brechncr, Mr. and Mrs Hen
iv Balber
* *
Perennial traveling companions
Miriam and Phil Schiff. R and
Gerry Soltt, plan to rendezvous
In London, where they will spend
the High Holy Days .
Schiffs jetted earlier to Madrid,
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friday, Saturday and monday, too
Just what the old
"pushka" has been waiting
for! Sales, special purchases,
savings like you look
for. The newest in
fashions for the whole
family, great bargains for
your home dozens
and dozens of reasons
to come to Burdine's.
If the cookie jar is a little
low, just bring your
Burdine's credit card along
and say, "charge it." No
down payment is needed and
you can take months to pay.
But whatever you do, don't miss these three
great days of exciting savings!
sunshine fashions
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Friday, September 9,
Back-to-school day ot the Temple Emariu-EI Solomon Schechter
Day School in Miami Beach. Left to riaht are teacher, Dore
Karesh. showing Lor: Hanfl 10, end Jimmy Alterman 7, what
kind ot books they ere going to read during the coming term.
Zim Adds Third Caribbean Cruise
By Special Repor*
Zim Lines announced this week
hat they have added a thil
bbean cruise sailing iron Port
Iverglades, Fla i thi SS SI il m's
90647 w ntei cruise -
The depi I I
ay cruise is Thi I
l*he Shalom reti ns to
Florida port n Sal
ii c 10, Fare? begii ai 5295 I
he cruise w hit h ai
reeport, Bahami -. Mi Baj
Jamaica, San Juai Pui Ric
:id St. Croix, Vir Islands
The additional cruise from
Florida, according to the Zim
Lines, "was scheduled as a result
of heavy publ.c response to two
previously anrourced cruises
H 4LITTLE BIT
OFlSRAEL
COMES TO FLORIDA
'CRUISE TO THE
CARIBBEAN ON.THE
LUXURIOUS
Shalom
Nn* :. .-. j on tne "
luury 'iner ar33: tha ie* :
right frsm Port E.e-; ide
at- ;:p^er: iboard the Sha'oti ii
urque blend :' sras wit i
Caribbean xe tement ar:
visit such p-aces as St Majrten
St Thomas, Stn Itar Gjadeouje
Itave November 17 for 3 days V
Jliuary 6 fcr 7 diys-rese'ij' r;
Ht joir-j fist o hwrj
SAW ROSENKHANZ Pres.
ltO.\ VOYAGE
TRAVEL, I.M.
A wcrUwidt ptnoraliitJ
travel service
1074 North Miami Beach Blvd.
North Miami Beach
Phone 945-7491
MIAOW/ PTERS fOR
SS. SHALOM
CARIBBEAN CRUISES
NOV. 17, '66 JAN, 6, '67
and soiling to Europe and Israel
5 -{presenting offices ir. Israel
SPECUISTS in ISRAEL TO0RJ
BetS Torah Cong-egation
SUMMER CARAVAN to ISRAEL
fcr Members and Friends
leaving June 30, '67 aboard the
fabulous S.S. SHALOM
urrfor the Leadership of
RAE8I DR. MAX UPSCHiTZ
from Port Everglades." These
are a nine-day cruise departing
on Nov. 17, and a seven-day
cruise leaving on Jan. 6, 1967,
The De I cruis from Port
jlades, v.huh tes in
New V'ork So\ 29 will be a
. : Vrrai ements ha\ e
for the use ol
at ever} ; all for
passengers whi wish
pla< Ii addil thi Shi m will
carry a PGA instrucl i
pro* ide a practice dri
while ai sea
Tile Shalom will make a
ol nine Caribtx this sei
son, running from No\ 2
through Feb 28. :: v I -
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Be Hi Torah Plans
Selichot Socials
!
Be
e that

by a 10:31
t-togel
the socii hall
S 0 125 new students have
b added to the 800 students
attending Beth Torah according to
Abraham J Gittelson, education
li rector.
Yaried Programs Start Hadassah New Year Meets
Forte Towers Group will hold its -Hadassah A \\,,., ,,; ,
.r,,!*^: SS3S2 regular monthly meeting on Mon- Emanuel llenU is presiffl "
" day, 7:30 p.m., at the No. Building
Vuditorium of Forte Towers. After
a brief business meeting there will
be community ringing.
meeting on Monday. 11:30 a.m.. at
the Balmoral Hotel Guest speaker
will be Mrs. Maurice Kahn. Mrs.
Joseph Epstein Is president.
Louis D. Brandeis Group will
' have its opening luncheon in the
1 Fontainbleau Hotel, on Monday at
11:30 a.m. Mrs Henry B V\ernick.
president of Miami Beach Chapter
' of Hadassah. will give a report on
the Hadassah National Convention,
held in Boston. Mas-. Mrs. Eliza-
beth 1. Steinbach is president.
* *
Meeting and luncheon of the
Eddie Cantor Group will take pUce
on Wednesday, Sept 21 11:30 a.m.
at the Fontainebleau Hotel Mrs.
Henry B, Wernick president of
Mi imi !,, ich Chapter, will give a
report on the national convention.
Mrs. Fred Jones is pn sidenl
Esther Group will hi '.' its first
meeting on Monday noon, Sept
19, al Waldman's Hot< I Miss 3
lome. soprano of the Miami Civic
Opera Company will entertain
Mrs Hattii Safir is president
Israel Group will meet on Mon-
day, noon, at the Algiers Hotel.;
Games will follow regular business'
meeting. Mrs. Joseph Meyer is
president.
* *
Lazarus Group will hold its first
meeting on Monday, noon, at
Washington Federal. Normandy
Isle, Program will be "Installing
the Board.-" Mrs. Bernard I.achs
will sing Hadassah songs. Mrs.
Harry Kasten will be hostess in
honor Of her mother. Mrs Mary
Miller who will celebrate her 99th
birthday, Mrs Jack Wolfstein is
president.
* *
Morton Towers Group will have
its firs: regular meeting of the
an Mo id ij n at the Sa-
voj Grill of the Mi rton Tov -
Cues! speaker will be Mrs Dorothy
r Fink, whose topic will be
Renanah Group will meM .
Monday. 10 a.m.. at ,hc T *
Mrs. Howard Cordon Past 7J
dent Mrs. Paul Plotkin M*
a report on the National Con,!
tion. Mrs. Walter Jft
president. '>
Southgate Group will have Ik
first meeting of this scason lne
Monday-. 7:30 p.m.. at the W
gate Terrace Room. M,; ,'!'
Rosenbcre. will g|ve a ^J
the National Convention v.'
Joseph Rosenberg is president
Sophie Tucker Group wiU h
its first regular meeting on Von
day, 1 p.m.. at the Coastal!
400 Kings Point Dr Mr. [
Rothstein is president
Stephen Wise Group .'i h,
first regular meeting
11:30 a m at thi :
Lunch will b< rvi .
er will 1).- Rabbi Dai y
who will ilk on the i'ro.-
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B'nai Raphael Classes Begin
Religious School of Congrega-
tion B'nai Raphael began daily in-
struction Tuesday.
The school, whose enrollment
last year approached the 300
mark, has a six-year program of
Hebrew and religious studies lead-
ing to graduation in sixth-year jun-
ior high school as sponsored by the
Bureau of Jewish Education of
Greater Miami.
There are also a Sunday School
program for students ages 6 and
7. an Adventures in Judaism"
class for gills. 10 through 12. and
pre-eonflrmation and confirmation
classes for students ages 12 to 15.
Rabbi Harold Richter, spiritual
leader of Congregation B'nai
Raphael, is the school'-- principal,
and Yuval Kachioll is the school's
new education director. The Staff
also includes Cantor Jack Lerner,
Mrs. Elieaer A. Levi, Mrs. Jack
Lerner, Mrs. Anold Richter and
Rev. David Klein, the Bar and Bus
Mitzvah teacher
Activities ol tin- Religious School
include weeklj Junior Con.
tion services, High Holiday sen
ices, a Talis and Tephillin and
Beryah Club tor Bar and Bas Mitz-
vah ami those in training
Finding Right Mate
"How to Kind the Right Mate"
will be the topic of discussion by
Dr. Stanley Garner ;it a <
Singles monthly meeting Monday,
8:30 p m. at the YMHA, 8500 su
8th St.
Little Douqlas Hertz is the perfect gentleman
as he presents his ice cream cup to Nancy
Mseis 6, a patient at Variety Children's Hos-
pital, at the annual Kiddie Party sponsored
by women of the Suburban League. Over 300
youngsters and their parents overflowed- the
auditorium to see Skipper Chuck and his
gang, watch comic cartoon movies, and eat
all the refreshments they could manage. In
charge of the funfest, seen with Nurse Mrs.
P. Schwab, are (left to right) Mrs. Seymour
Beiser. Mrs. Paul Ruttenberg and Mrs. Harold
Kassewitz Jr.
Remember how good
bread used to taste?
August Bros*
still does!
AUGUST BROS. BAKERY
10777 N.W. 36th AVENUE, MIAMI, FLORIDA
Nicholas Runs
In Court Primary
George Nicholas is a candidate
for Judge of the Juvenile and
Domestic Relations Court. The
PPHMHH | Democratic
J^( mar> set f'"'
^^^^^% next Tuesday,
Nicholas has
been a D a (I c
County resident
for the pa>t 20
years He is a
World War II
veteran, pasl
c o ii n t y com-
mander of the
Nicholas American I e
raduate of the University of
Miami, and listed in "Who's who
in American Universities and Col-
legi -
An attorney for the past 16
years, he is admitted to practice
in all Florida courts, as well as
federal and the United States
Supreme Courts. He is a mem-
ber of the Florida Bar and Amer-
ican Bar Associations, National
Association of Defense Lawyers
in Criminal Cases, and Florida
Criminal Defense Attorneys As-
sociation.
Married and the father of two
children, Nicholas says his plat-
form includes "stopping crime at
its roots, strict supervision of ju-
veniles who break the law, confine-
ment of young hoodlums, treat-
ment and therapy to the end that
crime can be prevented, and close
cooperation with all law enforce-
mnt agencies."
what's LOXury?
luncheon Meeting Scheduled
Mrs. Harold Gardner is in
charge Of reservations for the
Monday noon luncheon meeting at
the Embers Restaurant of the
Women's Committee, Variety Chil-
dren's Hospital.
Torah
Temple
Engaged
REV.
ISRAEL
CANTOR BAAL KORE
for the
HIGH HOLY DAYS
Rabbi Cassel
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Students Report Camp AeKvH
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cement by \\..\ I Bel -oh.
Cantor Dj
Reports on experiences [in communitj singing
this: mer will *e presented | the Sisterht
by Marcia Steiner, president of monthly br...
Be --:* SS* B*2
Ruthl- n< Barbara Lev? ,.re are in cK,
and Allen Breckeier. who all at-, sisterhood v-
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were Mesdair.es
Ager. Dorothy 1 Ida 1
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Vacation Plan
National Airlines is launching a
SI million campaign designed to
stimulate late summer and fa!!
vacation travel and offset the
sharply curtailed tourism due to
the recent airline strike.
Highlight of the program, set to
begii Sept. 1. is the -Steal a Long
Weekend'" vacation intended for
pie who missed a trip to Flor-
ida during the period of interrupt-
-er\ice.
The attractive new weekend va-
cation, which is combined with
excursion fares, should attract late
vacationers and boost tourism, ac
cording to J Dan Brock. Nation-
als vice president for traffic and
sales.
for HOLIDAY
^and Everyday
m perfect Salt
for Koshering
II your meat and fowl
VISIT
TO
;MASSADA
With sheer walls of 1700 feet,
Massada is the almost impreg-
nable fortress of Israel's history,
perched above the Dead Sea 20
miles north of Sodom. First forti-
fied by Jonathan Maccabees and
then by Herod. Massada was the
last refuge for 950 Israelites after
Titus destroyed the Temple. They
held off the Romans for 3 years
before committing mass suicide
rather than surrender.
SIMCHAS
The rich rare taste
of Yuban
Diaauod CrjtfaJ Sak Company
No matter what you do, all a
man is sure to talk about at
mealtime is the coffee. So why
not get the best there is,
Yuban. and get your** II a
compliment. Every cup a
joyous occasion, ev cry sip a
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with ihv ilaror of cnrinvl irinvs
1.551 each
Serve and saver the full-bodied taste of Carmel wines
. trad.t.ona! companions to holiday meals, imporfed
from Israel. Choose Concord Graoe. Malaga, R
Chateau Richon Vin Blanc, Hock and Ador- At : Burgi
JM FINE FOOD, first floor miarr
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Friday. Septembei 3, 12
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United Fund
Women Slate
Installation Here
Dade County's newest women's
organization, the Council of I'nitcd
Fund Women, will install officers
ai i! first general meeting on 9:30
a.m., Thursday. Sept. 14. at the
Ne Everglades Hotel.
Edward F. Swenson Jr.. United
Fund board chairman, will present
the principal address on the wom-
en's role in the community.
Attending the first annual in-
stallation meeting will be I'nited
Kno*i volunteers, representatives
of women's clubs and guests.
'Hie breakfast will include a
t ibute to the presidents of Dade
County Women's Clubs for out-
ran ling service on behalf of
I'nited Fund and its agencies, ac-
r irding to Mrs. Sol Goldstein.
i ouncil president
To be installed with Mrs. Gold-
Stein are Mrs. Charles Finkelstein,
v ce president of education: Mrs
>se| h Pereno Jr., vice president the Council will operate on a year
of programs: Mrs C. Clyde Atkins, around basis to stimulate and as-
ce president and chairman of the sisl the women of Dade County to
I resident's Council: Mrs. .lames I. become involved in community af-
- eller Jr., vice president, chair fairs.
^}ocialif

bu sjsabel C*
if
rove
man of I'nited Fund's Unit R: and
Mrs. Daniel L L'ffner Jr.. secre-
tary.
Organized in March of this year.
Continued from Page IB
Home. Florence and Pans and
will keep their appointment with
the Soltzes who are crossing the
Atlantic in a more leisurely fash
ion on the SS Canberra.
Miami Beachites Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Epstein celebrated their
60th wedding anniversary on
Monday The couple came
here 20 years afio from the Bronx.
N.Y. They have five children.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Perloff. Mr. and
Mrs. N. Mermelstein. Dr. and
Mrs. E. Epstein, all of New York
City. Mr. and Mrs. H. Schuldiner.
Mr. and Mrs. L Epstein. Miami
Beach Also nine grandchil-
dren and seven great-grandchil-
dren.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sedlik an-
nounce the birth of their first
granddaughter, Sheri Beth Sed-
lik Parents are Capt. Jay
and Bernice Sedlik He is an
Air Force motion picture pro
ducer and director, stationed at
Hollywood Hills, Calif. Sheri's
older brothers are Jeffrey Brian
4. and Scott Marshall 2 Mrs.
Vivien Grossman, maternal grand-
mother and native Londoner, is
Staying with the family in Van
\u vs.
Home follow inn a two month
vacation abroad are Dorothy and
Joe Gould, of 7127 Bay Dr. .
For their first European jaunt,
the Goulds crossed on the SS
Shalom and returned on El Al
Airlines, and spent two full
weeks in Israel Trip wasn't
completed until fT5e couple spent
some time in Boston, where they
related their many impressions
to their family, the Dr. George
Waynes and the Dr. Eli Shapiros.
Tom Shapiro, grandson of Di
Abraham Wolfson, returned last
week from a year's travel in Eu-
rope and Israel A scholar-
ship student at Harvard Univer-
sity, Tom spent several weeks
in Jerusalem, and several months
in a Kibbutz Twin brother
Bill, a medical student at Tulanc
i- .
rams
ISTttfl
all good wishes for
a hii|i|ii m-ii year
from the makers of
Chase & Sanborn,the
I gut i omtoi coffee
You'll appreciate the extra richness the
extra flavor of Chase & Sanborn's yomtovdik
blend of the world's finest coffees. It's heftier
coffee, kreftiger' coffee. So enjoy Chase &
Sanborn's gut yomtov coffee now and all year round.
CERTIFIED KOSHER BY RABBI DR J H RALBAG
' Id
University, where he
and Held star. \- as ,. .
the American t.aiK .
group which participated but
year in the international Macca
b ah games in Israel \\'
studying o-i a scholarship the
versatile young man carried of|
three gold medals Third mem
bar of the brilliant trio. Steve
baa a Fellowship at Cornell t
. They are the sons of Herbert
Shapiro, of Spartanbui. g.C
and the late Miriam Wolfson
ANYONE
CAN MAKE THE
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ONLY
GENUINE IMPORTED
SWISS HAS REAL
OF
SWITZERLAND
Look for "Switzerland"
on the package of slices
or chunk you buy. Then
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matchless quality and
nut-like ta'am of genuine
Swiss Cheeseproduced
In Switzerland and no-
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UNDER THE STRICT AND CONSTANT LOCAL RABBINICAL SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIBOR H. STERN
meat and
poultry
Tishri 1-2
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L'SHANA TOVA TIKASEVU VISACHASEMU
Sept. 15-16
1966
our
for tneir patronage, may we wish you and your family
contentment, good health, and the fulfillment of y
deepest wish in life.
*
In Observance of Rosh Hashanah All Food Fair Kosher Markets Will
Be Closed Thursday and Friday, September 15 and 16
WE URGE YOU TO DO YOUR SHOPPING EARLY
SO THAT WE MAY SERVE YOU BETTER
NOW FOUR KOSHER MEAT STORES TO SERVE YOU EVEN BETTER
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Fcge 8-B
Newlyweds Plan
To Teach in Fall
Using her maternal grandmoth-
ers ring. Yelma Schreiber ex-
changed vows with Paul Jay Leon-
ard Papier on Saturday night, Sept.
3. at the Seville Hotel where a
reception followed the nuptials.
For the ceremony conducted by
Rabbi Alfred Uaxman, the bride
chose a gown designed by Murry
llamberger of ivory peau de soie.
The ensemble featured a scoop
neckline trimmed with seed pearls
and a graceful train. A pill box
held the short matching veil and
she carried a bible covered with
white orchids.
Bridal attendants were Jacquiline
Papier, maid of honor. Wendy
Jacobs and Rochelle Greenstein.
Ivan Papier served as best man,
and ushers included William Tell.
David Tell. William Jacobs. War
ren Jacobs, Larry Hantman, Ed-
ward Hollander and Mike McGill.
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Abe J.
Schreiber. 5002 SW 87th PI.. new-
Mrs. Papier is a graduate of South-
west Miami High, Miami-Dade Jun-
ior College and the University of
Miami She will be a member of
the faculty at Air Force Base Ele-
mentary School in Homestead.
A graduate of Southwest Miami i
High. Miami Dado Junior College
and the Florida State UniversitJ.
the bridegroom will teach al Com-
-: ,k Elemental-} School His par-
ts are Mr and Mr- Albert Pa-
5320 SW 89th !'l
; a honeymoon in Mi-
)
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w.rn. i Kahn
MKS. PAUL PAPItK
ami Beach, the newlyweds will live
in Miami.
>ki*>t ncridliar
Sharon Gross
Weds Mark Sabin
In Sept. 2 Rites
Miss Sharon Lynne Gross was
married to Mark Sabin. son of Mrs.
Benjamin Sabin. of Miami Beach,
and the late Mr. Sabin. on Friday.
Sept. 2.
The marriage has been an
nounced bv the brides mother.
Mrs Alfred R. Gross. New York
City.
The bride, daughter also of the
i late Mr. Gross, attended Smith
College and was graduated cum
laude from Barnard College, where
she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa.
She received a Master's degree
with honors from the Columbia
Vniversitv Graduate School of
Journalism A former political aide
to Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller, Mrs.
Sabin is with the National Educa-
tional Television network in New
York.
Her husband, a mem
Florida Bar Association, is an
alumnus of the University School
of Law. Mr. Sabin also attended
New York University School of
Television and Motion Picture
Production and Direction.
Friday. September 3. 1966
MM. MARK SABIN
A lieutenant
Reserve. Mr
in the IS Naval
Sabin formerly
bcr of the served for three years as legal offi-
cer on the Admiral's staff in Cor
pus Chriati, Tex. He is a member
of the buiness and financial man-
agement firm of Martin Bregman.
Inc.. in New York.
Mothers to Meet
School Leaders
- (el
- n .vill hold a mi til for
i)f children in the Beth
Religion' School "ti M
30 am in the Silverman
.mil- School Auditorium.
Rabbi Leon Kronish. spiritual
"leader of Beth Sholom, will in-
troduce Assistant Rabbi Daniel
Franzel and Felix P Bertisch. edu-
cation director of the school, both
recently appointed.
Mrs. Allan Wilson, vice president
in charge of parent-school rela-
tions, is in charge of the function.
V Library Now Open
The new library at the Central
branch of the YM and WHA. 8500
SW 8th St.. is now open for mem-
bers. It contains books of interest
for all ages from tiny tots to sen-
ior citizens.
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itual leader of Temple Be'h E
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Friday. September 9. 1966
yellow V-necked cotton with
short sleeves and a full skirt.
Mrs. Murray Dubbin helped
decorate the stage. She super-
vised Ricky Rosens construction
of the life-size scarecrow, and
she and Vivian arranged the
bushels of vegetables, and as-
sorted farm products. The Dub-
bins did their square dancing in
jeans.
Mrs. B >b Werner was in a typi-
cal western ensemble navy
slack.-, i long-sleeved red denim
shirt, a blue scarf around her
neck and a white felt hat. Mrs.
Bob Traurig topped her blue skirt
with a long-sleeved blue print
blouse A mini print lrajj.s with
short ruffled sleeves was worn by
Mrs. Joe Solomon. Mrs. Brown
went "promenading" on the floor
in orange slacks and a sheer fab-
ric orange and yellow print
blouse.
Mrs. Charles Kruglick was in
a blue denim skirt, navy shell
and red scarf at the neckline.
Another with a long braid was
Mrs. Sidney Schreer. She chose
a yellow skirt with a white knit
boiliee. Mrs. in Goldstein's acpia
and gold blouse was worn with a
full dark skirt. A white pique with
a wide black belt over the hips
was Mrs. David Tobins choice
for the evening of fun.
Selichot Night At *
Beth Solomon
IERRY and Vivian Rosen gave
** a unique party Saturday
night. They called it "The
Rosen's Hay-Down Hoe Down"
at the Beth Am Social Hall to ac-
commodate the 160 guests who
spent the bet part of the evening
spent the best part of the evening
Informality was. of course, the
keynote of the evening, and cas-
ual, comfortable clothes were
worn by all. On hand to help
greet the guests was the Rosens'
teenage daughter. Janie. Bo'h
she and Vivian wore matching
blue and white dresses. White cot-
ton lace trimmed their collars
and the multi tiered ruffled
skirts. Down from Jacksonville
for the party was Vivian' sister.
Mrs. Miriam Rubin, who hunted
all over Jacksonville for the two-
piece black cotton square dance
outfit she chose for the occasion.
Mrs. Bill Rifkind was in a two-
piece pink and white check. Her
white skirt was appliqued with
harvest fruits. The David Blum-
bergs were just back Irom
Dothan, Ala., where she found
her square dance set. Judge Ed
Klein's wife received compli-
ments on her chic outfit. Mrs.
Abe I^efkove lopped her red skirt
with a white bodice. A floor-
length Granny dress with a black
and white checked skirt was
worn by Mis. Hy Potash.
*
4IHITE slacks with a bright
** patchwork blouse was seen
>n Mrs H> Salz. Dr. and Mrs.
Asher .M,,rk> dressed alike blue
jeans, red shirts, and real moun-
tain hats brought back from the
hills of Gatlinburg. Tenn. Mrs.
Mel Levenson's blue skirt and
vest were in a matching denim.
and a bright bandana red shirt
completed her outfit. A blue and
white shift was the choice of Mrs.
Alan Cohen. Mrs. Herb Sobel's
red shift had a large scroll print.
A long braid and blue jeans
gave an authentic touch to Mrs.
Harold Pomerantz's outfit. The
Norton Segal's dressed alike.
with red checked shirts and rodeo
hats. Mrs. Harold Solomon chose
red for the party. Teal blue and
green in polka dots and ruffles in
a slack ensemble was Mrs. Byro:i
Cherkas' choice. White slacks
with a yellow plaid bodice was
one of the more conservative out-
fits, the choice ol Mrs Jim
Rodenbera.
BJEWCOMERS to the communi-
ty Irom Jacksonville are the
Selwin Savages. She made the
matching outfits they wore. Hers
was a long Granny dress in a
blue and white check, complete
with a matching old-fashinm d
Granny bonnet. His shirt was of
the same fabric as her dress. The
Maury Rudnicks are moving to
Texas, and he made it a point to
be in town for the party. She
wore a beige hopsacking skirt
with a long-sleeved red blouse
and cowgirl hat. Mrs. Kmanucl'
Sirkin's blue and white dotted
dress had a ruffle down the front
Mrs Maurice Fur man was in a
Bross Quaifies For Special Race
Judge Jerrold A. Bross has qual-
ified for election as Judge of the
Juvenile and Domestic Relations
Court, a position to be filled in a
special county-Wide election on
Tuesday.
Bross. an attorney, is currently
a city judge for Medley, "and was
the leader in
establishing a
public defender
system in that
town early this
year." his sup-
porters declare.
"One of the
reasons 1 a in
seeking the Juv-
e n i 1 e Court
iudgeship." said
Bross. "is that *****
1 believe this court should have
Time for Iced Tetley Tea
Heat slowing you down?
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The secret is Tetley's tiny tea leaf flavorplus bags that brew so
fast you get real potbrewed ta'am. Favored in Jewish homes
since 1875.
Heal old
Hairaische ta'am!
Tetley tastes better
because it never
tastes bitter.
K on the package means koshercertified kosher and parve.
a public defender for indigents. I
also believe that persons accused
in this court are entitled to face
their accusers rather than having
to face confidential reports prior
to judgement in a case
Bross has been a resident of
Dade County since 1942. He at-
tended high school in Miami
Beach and is a graduate of the
University of Miami and the Uni-
versity Law School.
Bross is a member of the Tan
Epsilon Rho Fraternity, the Per-
line Cutler Ridge Jayeees. the Flor-
ida Bar. the Florida Municipal
Judges Association. American Trial
Lawyers Association, and the
Young Democratic Clubs of Dade
County.
A program for Selic
Saturday has been .
Beth Solomon Congreg;
The event will ope
with "Getting into the
High Holy Days, feat
ings of liturgical n
world-famous cantoi -
Following refreshrr
cial hour tendered hj
the 11 p.m. period ....
sermon and question ,
on "What Selichot '.;
and Our Children."
Selichot prayers wi
midnight. Rabbi Ahar
will officiate Members
gregation will lead
responsive readings.
" night on
eduled at
ii
1 8 I' m.,
od oi Die
- record-
sung by
choirs,
and a so-
3 sterhood,
ludi a
!*er hour
to Us
ii at
M Fcicr
the con-
English
Elks' Birthdays
Lead to Party
All members of the ni Beach
Elks Lodge who celel ed birth-
days during April. Ma lne |U|V
and August, were h red at ;,
party on Thursday eve
Birthday committee ieh plan-
ned the festivities int :es Judge
Fugene J. Weiss. e\ d ruler;
Allen Goldberg. Joe M Murray
Sheldon. Ed Newmar >i Stan
Coltune. Harold Rose: nee Tos-
cano. Dan Roth. Jii Le\enson,
Judge Milton Feller. Dermer,
Judge Harold Spaet. I Stegge-
man and Marvin Kimr
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friday i*.Member 9. 1966
v'Jewisib fhridHar)
Page 11-B
Youth Eye Need for Change
I'lin
Vmerica;
exert
.nlll'IC-
he futi "
I'HIA (JTA) I community.
'ewish youth was urged
- "adult roles" and to
-sure for changes'" in
el programs affecting
. f the American Jewish
National Foundation for Jewish
Addressing the national conven-1 Culture, said that, while students
Uon of the Student Zionist Organ- at American campuses have been
teation which opened at (amp Gal- demonstrating increasing accept
I. Ottsv.lle, near here. Dr. .ludah | anee of their adult roles in most
.1. Shapiro, former secretary of the I soeial and political affairs,
comparable role is yet discernible
in Jewish communal affairs Only
in the Jewish community, Dr. Sha-
piro declared, "do students still
conduct themselves as children, re-
garding themselves as 'youth
movements' of adult organiza-
tions."
Stressing the need for Zionists
to concern themselves with the
"nature and quality of Jewish
communal life as a whole.'' I>
Shapiro said that involvement in
Jewish communal affairs "will re-
quire the attempt to make it dem-
ocratic in order to establish an
arena for the debate of the rele-
vant issues and for action to ba
taken on them b) the participation
of all."
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*. frnist norid^r
Friday. September ?. [353
We
the
Women
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
The Stratum family is an alphabetical one. A is for
Alan, the father. 1$ is for Beth, the first daughter. C is
for Charles, the first son. II is for Douglas, second son E is
tor Ethel, the mother. Then come- !" for second daughter.
Margaret the whole family rejected all Is names with
F. The children all arrived in the summer, when I
wasn't teaching school.
Ethel was horn in Lawrence. Mass. the youngest of
three daughters Since there were no boys in the family,
there were no b kes ind E'hel
s ill can t rid
she mad ttempl
a tandem, wl icre in N'as
Ski
w< re .'i! lin to

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field "i genetic and lecidi street to
Teachers Colli klater*s All
this ivhili 1- workii -
u hen hi to Mian 1. Ethel cai
school th -;
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thej w nl to Europe nd cam|
Belgium and Holland Their
proje< ti d trip is to the Alaskan and 1 Glacial Fields
b the historian of the family, and Doug, who
follows in his footsteps, spend a lot all of
the literature together so that the) know where to go
Alan ind Ethel like theater and dancing They h;i\o
tried to make their children self reliant This summer they
broke down, one of the last of the old guard, and bought a
tele' Ision *et for the first time, mainly for Grandma Some-
thing is always going on in that exciting house in Biscayne
Point.
' Ti r!HB
"ifs Wvdditu) TirnvV
FLOWERS
<-/rLi h e J he It e JJin 0
BLOSSOM SHOP
f Mercantile National Bank UuUilna)
1616 Washington Ave., Miami Beach CALL JE 2-3231
S. ROBERT I
ss Jackson
Wed to Dentist


Ladies Gather
For Breakfast
'; 'I th
H
time, v. II con u I
board meeting of the
on Monday at 11 a m
Mrs Sandra Fine, of th- -
a: artments, will be he the
breakfast gathering
PIANOS TUNED/REPAIRED
By expert technician. Any problems
regarding your piano gladly an-
swered (over phone Call before
12 Noon or after S p.m.
IRVING GOLDBERG 621-0084
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PLUMBING
CONTRACTING REPAIRING
Serving Oade County Over 2S Years
1811 S.W. 14th ST. HI 6-9904
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HELP
A-1 EMPLOYMENT
Ph. FR 9-8401
SPECIAL
DEADLINE
News Deadline for publica-
tion in The Jewish Kloridian
Rosh Hashona Edition of
Sept 16 must be postmarked
no later than Saturday mid
night, Sept 10 News items
received after that will be
held over for the edition of
Sept. 23 if still timely.
Newly weds On
European Trip
Mr, and Mrs Henry N Schwartz-
man, of 107.") 101st s* Bay Har-
bor Islands, announce the marriage
of their daughter, Elaine E.
Schwartzman, to Harrj lacobs, of
Pikesville, Md
I" illowing .1 honeymoon in Fur-
the couple w
I
Coopers to Live
In Knoxviile, Tenn.
After Sept. 4
The former Barbara Lynn
Burney became the bride of
Joseph Glenn Cooper in a noon
wedding on Sunday. Sept 4. at
Beth David Congregation, The
rings belonging to the bride's
grandparents were used for the
double ring ceremony conducted
by Rabbi Sol Landau and Cantor
William Lipson.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. George Burney. 4920 SW
64th PI., and granddaughter of
pioneer Miamian Samuel J. Spec-
tor, a gr iduate ot Coral Gables
High, new Mrs Cooper attended
the LTniversity of Tennessee in
Know ill
Her bride (room Is a graduate of
Central H gh in Memphis. Tenn .
,ind is no i Fin it the
Universitj : Tennessi ::
serve -id,

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tials. I
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MRS. JOSEPH COOPiR
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Miami Bej:
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e-mber 9, 1966
'- Jmtati fhrtnan
Page 13-B
Jj)ar ; third Gilman
. cnci boi
Gilman, B
, .. become Bar
. vid l ongregatii i
rning, Sept. 10.
an eighth grade stu-
a metto High and has
Beth David Relif
foi the past four years
ates in all sports, col-
, d play* saxophone in

- Irving Gilman.
Alan Harris
.; Sept
ol Mr nd Mrs I
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.... at Tempi) S
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sports er.i -. ex-
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I lather .- affil ati :.
Stai on VVQXT in Palm
' ; Ihi S ... \uditorium
di n Ala f<
service in thi tempi*
Samuel Merjain
.. I I Mr. ai
ain. 41(
bsen I

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[ North .--.
Holj Day Sen:. -
i Beach \ud I
\i 19th Ave T,.
|< ..i the Ti
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Business Meeting. #
Banquet, or '
peclal Occasion a
Havi
You'll find complete
facilities to exoctly satisfy
your needs in the Kismet,
Aladdin, Scheherazade and
Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for o
wedding or a privot* party I
it th<
Sk
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inters *
for Information*
HA2EL ALLISON
Caltring Ilroctor
JE 1-6061
jeetn St. comm *
Richard Gi/man
Alan Harris
Samuel Merjain
Gary friedland
ttends Beth Moshi
'.' S< honl.
Mr end Mrs, Hosenstrauch will
ihiir son at the- Friday
i '". _' Shabbat. at the Kid-
iu.-h following ihi- ci n
Social Hall, and
egation on
Gs'y Friedland
son
' Fiiedlan

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lei 1
t Levantii
Brotherhood Sets
Sunday Breakfast
i
. its first :
f the s m
i a.m.. in the I
dent.
. .: pr ran
Judge Milti n A
k on Mj
ourt."
ma
- .1
: is now its st n
president
Stati ri ..
of B na; B'ril
. ctive in ch ic and
" rk ol the Greal
many j ears
- .... I I :
, d his law d gre
thi I 'iivi sit)-ci Florida.
hood, winch -
.. thi : i ith acth ities program
: the temple, has invited th* mem-
bers ol tht Temple Beth Sholom
Vi uth Organization to b its guests
fur the morning.
ami Beach. Gary's grandparents,
will attend the event.
* *
Fred Young
' Saturday. Sept 10. 8:30 a.m..
the Bar Mitzvah of Fred Robert.
: Mr and Mr-. ." Yi 3971
SVV 4th St.. will tak< plai
n Beth 1
an eight enl
at K >
s a student at
-
-
Beth israet Adds
Advanced Studies
: ai i oni i egation an
rung of its afternoon
c ioo! for the com
i ar.
In addition to its regular i
ners. intermediate and Bar Mitzvah
classes the school this year will
feature a Ikpartment of Advanced
Jewish Studies for boys and girls
of higii school age. which will
meet three times a week.
The supplementary department
is geared to give students a mature
and adult interpretation of Torah
values and ideals through the stud)
di Jewish history, Tenach, Jewish
ethics and philsophy.
The religious school is tuition
i nd is s] nnsored by Beth Is-
- I ..- a service t" the Miami Jew
inity.
... of further informal] in
Lifchitz, educa
: Beth Israel Congre
401 St Miami
Youth Services
At Beth David
Beth Pavid Congregation has en-
gaged a senior rabbinical student
of the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America to conduct special
youth High Holy Day services on
Sept 15, 16. 23 and 24
Neal Rose, a graduate of Long
Island University, received his
Masters in Hebrew Letters from
I lie Jewish Theological Seminary.
He has done post graduate work
at the University of Rochester, and
will be tillering the final year of
Rabbinical School in the Fall.
Luncheon For
Season Opener
Mr. Max Jaeobson. new pres-
ident of the Torah Group of Hadas
>an. will open the 1966-67 season
at a luncheon meeting on Monday
noon at the Knights of Pythias
Hall. 4601 W. Flaglcr St
Afternoon agenda has been
planned by Mrs. Moe Langer. pro
gram chairman, and Mrs. Leo
Cskreis, membership chairman.
Companionship
Wanted
RlfiNED WOMAN, middle cge, cos-
mtpoliton. good boeVsround, de-
ilrej tc net G-n*leirun of similar
sfi-ius. Int'rrsted i.i varied cultural
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* Jew 1st Flcridian
Friday. September 9. 19,66
Israeli Cantor
Here for Services
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute.
7801 Carlyle Ave., has engaged Is
raeli Cantor Pinchos Katz for the
High Holy Day services, according
to Morris Fcldman, president.
Cantor Katz will begin his stay
at the synagogue by chanting the
Solichot services t<> be supervised
by Rabbi Isaac Ilirsh Ever on Sat-
urday at midnight.
The Institute, now marking its
15th anniversary, does not require
membership cards or tickets for
those wishing to participate in the
penitential religious service.
M. H. ROSENHOUSE
M. H. Rosenhouse.
Attorney, Passes
At Age of 63
Prominent community leader
Moses 11 Rosenhouse, of 5089 Del-
aware Ave., -Miami Beach, died
suddenly Wednesday, Sept. 7. at
the age of 63.
Mr. Rosenhouse came here 45
years ago from Milton. Fla.. and
had been a practising attorney
since 1922.
Well-known for his ctivities
in Jewish affairs, Mr. Rosen-
house served as a director at the
Hebrew Academy, where he had
been active in the Father's Club,
and belonged to Temple Emanu-
El, of Miami Beach.
He is survived by his wife. Es-
telle; a son. Lee; and two sisters.
Mrs Dora Lyons and Sarah Rosen
house.
Service- were to be held Thurs-
day. Sept. 8. at Cordon Funeral
Home, with interment in the Uunih
:>Icit al Ml Nebo Cemeterj
DERBL'CK
...
SOLDRING. '
DUNBERG, M
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Sambo's Names PR Firm
Schwartz/Graham. advertising
and public relations agency, has
been appointed by Sam Battistone.
Jr.. and Bob Hild, owners of the
East Coast Division of Sambo's
Restaurant, to handle their pro-
motional activities. Sambo's first
Florida restaurant is rapidly bing
completed on the corner of 60th
St. and Collins Ave., Miami Beach.
Sambo's will feature service 24
hours a day and -eat 300 diners.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 8714
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF
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TO vi.I. 'I'l i vv lli'.vi I MKsi: PRKS-
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CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 67762-B
in in: Estate -,f
IIY.MAN ROSENBLATT,
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
DISTRIBUTION AND
FINAL DISCHARGE
Ni iTIi 'I-: i~ hi i, hj given Hi" I havi
Bled ni} Final Ita port ami l'i lltlon >'
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liiitjon nii.l final dlwhnrgi an Kxccu-
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 71882-C
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ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
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COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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,,r i, |,,bi i. 1966 If you fall '" do ....
luihllllenl Ii) il, i.iiili ill be ....
\ ..ii for the t ll< I demanded
in the Bill 'oiniilalni
mil lie xhali I" publiahi .1 om
, hi li ivei I. fol four l-ol Ueekx
iii thi: n:vv ism fi.i mini vn
IhiXK v \ i iiRI 'i:i:i:i .it Miami
i .it h ,l.i. ol Si iteii ii r,
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CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
To ai.i- TO WHOM tiiksi-: i'i:i:s-
knts snvi.i. i'uvik, i;i;i:i:ti.ni;s
w hi-:i:i: vs. s.v.vicki. vv SHA-
PIRO, Miami, Florida; UVELYN
' 'i IX It AH, Miami, I- ii i Ida ; UK I r V
M. in-. iNNi ik, Miami, Floclda, 11-1
ii the l"t li da) A|.i I, V I >. I!i62,
.-ins. i., be ineoriMiruli .1 under t he
l.iu.. ..i the Stati "t Flm Ida Si H'l'll-
KAST BAN \.\.v HIS rRIBt'TORM,
IN'', .i i ,i |.,,i:iti,.ii. with ii. prinelpal
I'lll" "1 I" l.lll, -. lit ,V| I., MM, i, ..
'.. inty, in iii, st it. ,.i l'i. i i.i.,. hihI
" in i :is su. h i p..i .,:j.,n .ini on tin-
2nd da) ..t S, pten.....i. A.D.
i"e i" lie ill. ,i In th, .....i the
~; etar) ol Mat, ,,i ihe St..t. ,,r
Kloritla', iii,- >,-. i in, ii ii, i-> authority
ilred nn,). r s, ,i ,n i, _':, i ;,,,'.
stiiiiites. xhowinu. the diaaolution
'l s-u*-li corporatloii,
No. then fine, th, Secretary of
slut.- dm i i. -
ii.
I :ii. law i
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IN .VITNKSS VVIIKIIKOP. I
hereunto MeJ I have af-
Sl.,1. of
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Ill Ik Hie si
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Secri

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N' ITIi K IS hi:1i A I1VK.N
I -11111. d, di i I,.: I,, .
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Sole i im ii..' .
''I TI.Kit ,v KFKONSON
Atl h. for Vppllcanta
613 Aim.-]. > Ullildlni
Miami, i-i. i Ida

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NiiT'l'i: IS lll.ltl.liY lilVKN thai
iii,- iin.i,:si^tieii. dealrlna to m-.i-, in
l-iisiitess under the flelltii num..
l I'OIN-O-WASH OF MIl.l.l.K
HKIOHTS, .,i 9401 S.W, : .-n..i.
Miami, Kloriila, intend i" leaiatei Id
nnine xs 11 ji the Clerk of the L'irculi
L'ourl ..I Hade t'ounty, Florida
vl.ii:i:n BKHUMANN and
ll.si: BKKUM VNN,
Sole i iwm i.
lli:.Ni:v NORTON
Altorne) foi Applli anta
I Inti i:is,-:i> ii,. uulldlnK
.vi i.i mi. i- lurlda
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 7'986C
III HIS. I
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS

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'i.....I Seplellllii A I'
HK.sSli; i:, ii ,| I.YIAN
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Fli .t publication tin. noi......
ib. Kth da) of Si ptemb, r, I!.....
SIMON, HAYS ,v URINUW i:i;.;
An..i ne.\ for Kstiit,.
:."! Ainslei Building
Miami, Florida
9 9-16-33-30
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COl'NTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 71802-C

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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To VII '...III..'. .Hi.I All Pel
I I.l Will! I", inn. H. in.in.I- V
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Vi.U ,|| ,- ||, 1 I.\ !,>! if|l ,, in, ,i t,, |ir. nt .,n> I..i.i.- ml
,, ii ., ,|k which \ ...i in..' hav aiiii n -l
UK, n| VIINKll liRKKNIIKRii,
:, i. ., v i:i: :i:i:i:n BKRi I, d. iiwil
llil. o( New fi.rk l "ount). New I
In ih. Count) .IM-..... I'.i.l. Count),
and file thi hi..... In duplli uli and ...
pi n\ id, .1 hi S.. I Ion :.: 16, l-'l .i Idit
StntutcK, ." Hi' li offli in the .
Courthouae in I'.iii, .'......ly, i
w iiliin v cab ndar monlti
lime ..I the flral iitibllcallon
or 111. -.in,, ulll bl Li,II..I
I hii, ii .ii Mlu ml, Floridn, li I -i
da) ol Si ptemb. v I 1966
. '..i'.vi: ': vktdn i:i i:i :
Vli'l'i HI BAI. VI'.AN
v- Am iii. ( Kxi uto .
I'ilst |.nl.11. II11.,II ,.i tills not.....II
tin :mIi day of September, I96i
,li ISH l:i:i'IIIN
Ait......\ f"i Ancillary ICxeeutora
13... \v iiKlilnui.iii v\. ii i. .
.vi inn. Beach, I
:-!:- .::. :t.i
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JODGK'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE JNTv
FLORIDA. IN pp; 3.-
No. 72089-A
in RK: Bauti of
1IKI.KN FAKK vs
Hi I'.-iis.il.
NOTICE TO CRE3 ":hs
To VII Credltom......
I lav ni; I'l.'ilms or I li ii i. ,.. i, .
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Von in,. Iiereb) noil ,,,.| ,
r Ired lo prcm-m .,,,. ,,,.. .,, ,
ii. iiiiin,I. u h., li > nil n .. ,
. mate of IIKi.i.x :
...... .1 late ..I I '.nl. i'... i
lo Ihe fount) Judiii of :.
ami file llie kanie in dup ,t-
,i In .-.. lion ; i
Statute*, in th. ii i.ffl. ii,,
I) i'.,in i houi in i ..i.i. | .
Ida, itliin > .. i nib,r
.......'' "i" find pul.
or the name will I.
I tilled Miami, Fl
.i.ii ,. .., pt, mlu ,v i
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F r-i puldli .it <>l .
lb, lith da) nl S. ;' ii
Ml 1/11 IN V Fill Kl l.\l V.\
Ml nn > foi Kxi-, Urn
Vimde) i: ilbllnu
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 9463
NOTICE OF SUIT
THE vvii.i.i v.msiii 'ipiii
s.vv incs BANK,
Plaintiff,
i:.vi.I'll it KMIIOOY, ii: and
UAII, KMIH 'I'V. his wife,
. ndantK.
I" l: vi.in K. KMIIOOY, JR and
UAH. l-.vir.' IHV, l.is. wife, Ri k|.1. ii. i
uuknou ii. and II i ed, th h un-
known KpoUBeK, n llvinis, and II di
hi Ir uiiknnn n bell -. di i lw i -. I. ...
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ail) 11,.- no.,! ii..in. .1 deli n
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the I'lal ih, i. t. recorded
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Ilfl
Ihe i 'li rk ..i the afor. wild "ourt, and
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MA RTIN I'l \ i:. I lade Fed
.il Rulldins, Miami, Floridn
nol later Ih 'ii i'. lober In
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mty i 'lei k
VI VRTIN FINK
Hade Fedi ml Building
Miami, Florida 33131
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'i'TI'1-: IS iii.i:i.i:V lilVKN lhal
the iiluleraiitlied, ilealrinn t" ellltaice In
. llllili I 111! IICtllloIlK I I.l 111, "I
I'l.V/.V vi"'. .11 > i vv.-t tvenue, Mi-
lieu Il Florida, I lelldi in reg-
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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Sol. 'u li. I
I'AI'I. kvv i tni:v i :...'
Vttorin
SII.VKRSTKIN, K IVI I'NKV
Si i ii ill ils's
i." I.in. ..In Road
Miami Beach, Floi da
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IN THE COUNTY JUD
IN AND FOR DADE
FLORIDA. IN PR; 31
No. 71719-A
lii RK: Kutal
kNNA i'ATSM VN.
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notice to cre .
To Vil l'rertll
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i'oll ur. Iiereb) n-
ipilred to i......
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me "t ih. find i
ihe Kami >\ Il li.
Hal. .1 .. vi .... i
day of A ti- 1st, \.D :
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Fli publli .i' i......f
: .1 da) ..I Septl
HAVIII l '' VTSMAN
Att,,i ne) for I :\. r
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Miami, l'l"i Ida
NOTICE UNDE =
FICTITIOUS NAr.' _aw
NnTH'l-: IS IIKRKI'-V
t III Ull.l. I silill, ll, ihsll '
iii hiisi:,, ss umli r the 1
,,f ROBROWS TRANSMI.nMiiN \
illAN'iii:. .it ITJ N
sin 11. MInml, im. h.i-
name with the t'lerk t
! ..I l'i.i. t'ounty,
Hi ill.vi Vi: TRANSM -<|n.\
KKHVICK, in ,
I la tiv I lohrov I i
Hi 'I.l 'Vlv N (Ji l|.| ISTKI S
Vttorin v.. r. i:. i
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Miami, I!-1.1..
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OFFICES OF DISTINCTION ky PAVLOW
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PAVLOW OFFICE FURNITURE. Inc.
?Srr Southwest 31st Avenue aoQA
M-j-n. Flo,,** Telephone Hlqhland ABP-V


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Page 15-B
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FOfToivORCE
;; M .-,,, ... i.i.k.i
, Bill of
,i or Annul-
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ed to serve a rapy of
Pleading, to the Hill
,. ..,, the P Stiffs attor-
. "l I S VNDBR One Lin.....n
Miami < l''J'.'1ri,ll1''
M <*> < or I'lead-
, f.-,.. of the lei* "I the
before the 2lnl
you fall to
lull will be
tl t relief .1. -
.....ipbtint
bi published once
. weeks
Al-ll FM>RIDIAN,
. [i :.i Miami.
v iguat, A.I>.
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iffiy&tHf BY HENRY LEONARD
N r JOOE'8 COURT
IADS COUNTY,
FLO' '3A. '"* '"05ATE
NO. 7102 -
;i:.vsti:in.
s : to : UMORS
nils IIUV-
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AND FOR DADE
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66C 8907
R DlVOPCE
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Ratabanp, Cuba
ICRBZ QUINTBRO,
id that a urn <-r
1 I.-. been fil.il
are required to
ii Answer or Plead-
Complaint on the
VVB1S8 ^ CHR18-
' ; I'nst Street. Miami.
the ormmal Anawer
ls';1'"- Ih. ..ffi. e of the clerk
' -"in on or before the.
- i mber, 19R6. if you
rment by default will
' rod f..r the relief
I'd in ..... inn 0f Complaint.
hall be published once
" "our consecutive weeks
JJV-VISH I'l/II'.IIMAN.
, NIJ URDBRJBD at Miami,
"'is 19th dny of Aiimiet, A D,
T; 1-KATHERAtAN Clark,
' u, Dade i r'.orlda
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CTITIOUS NAMI: LAW
BUV .-.
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with the. Clerk >r the Otr-
'l iva I- County, >i .
-Ill''AN" DRVKI.dl'MKNl'
SERVICES, INC
a Florida corporation
m ci, Sol< Owner
L',F-B R FHRDlin
r r American Development
' 'i.e. ,a Florida corp.
8/D 9/2-9-li
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOR'DA. IN CHANCERY
No. 66 C 8">78 (Judge Schulz)
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
I! VltKARA I,. LUNLGl .
Plaintiff,
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EDWARD O. CONLEY,
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To: i:i'\\ ai;i> a. i'"Xi.i:v
Rcsldence i 'nknow n
V. i|' ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
thai a Complaint for Divorce has been
filed against vu in ih.- above-en lit led
cause, and you are required t.> serve
i copy ..I your Answer or other de-
fenses i.. the said Complalni on the
Plaintiff1 h attorney, JOHN .1. Ili'i;-
TAK, 1412 t'apltal Rank Bide., Minn,
Florida, and file the original of your
answer or defenses in the office of
the ("bik of the Circuit Court ......r
before the 28th day of September,
l!)66 otherwises Decree Pro Confesso
will be entered against you.
Dated at Miami, Florida, thlt 24th
(lay 'i August, 1966.
k. B. leatherman
. "..i k of said in-lit 'ourt
(Seal) By l\ IV COPEI.AND
Deput) <'l.-rk
JOHN .1 Hl'RTAK
am..i ii, i..i Plaintiff
1112 capital Hank Bldg.
M ami, Florida
379-11 ;
8/26 9/2-9-H
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS.
ollcitB your legal notice*.
W appreciate yoai
patronage and guaranle*
accurate aerrice ot legal
rates .
Dial Fit 3-46M
ior meuengec
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE L NOER
- t ~ I T 10 U S NAVE LA.'.
N( i.- Hi.is. r.\ \ :\
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NO'ICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CRCUIT COL.RT 0 T =
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL ClRCU'T
OF eLORDA IN AND F0=* DADE
COUNTY. IN CMANCi.= -
No 66C 8" '
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E BY PLBLICAT 3N
C -XL. T COURT OF
,VENTH
O' FLORIDA FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No
SUIT FOR'DIVORCE
.: vrh .- .-.'. AB1N,
Plainl i
\N. II A UN,
' > ndanl
TO VKNANCIO \BIN
V. i VENA N( 'IO U N
by i,. titled n al Bill of Coi
tor Divorce Mas been filed against
you, and you are required to serve a
cony of yorr Answer or Pleading to
the Bill of Complalni on the Plain-
tiffs attorney, MANUEL KAIAC, 7
B.W. 27ih Avenue, Miami, Florida,
S31J5, and file the original Answer or
Pleading In th< office of the Clerk
of the circuit Court on or bofore the
2(th day of BeptemlM r. 1966. If you
fall to do so. ludgment by default will
be taken against you for Ihe r< llel
demanded In the BUI of Complaint,
This notice Shall be published once
each wek for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH PI/ORIDIAN
PONE AND ORDERED .1 Miami,
, this mh day of A
All I9fi6-
k r. LEA Til I RMAN, I l< ''<
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Deputy I'lrrk
g/19-:
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAVE LAW
ITICK IS HKRHBY OM tl
ihe un I
t m. >AR C/ roMPANl
(not In. I Ml AM
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tl.....lerk of the Cil c .it Court tl
County. Florid.1 ,
SOUTH DADE LBASINO INI
S..K- Owner
KKSSI.KR. HA88BT, BBCKBRMAN
Attorneys for Applicant
jr, EHItmore Way
Coral Cable,. World* ^ ^^
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 71892
i, RK tl.-tale of
\ III, MKSCHIOR .. I
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
llav-
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l. tat.

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I. man l>
: 1. deceased
i.,,|,
I Dade i
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rids, St:
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LEGAL NOTICF
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
In KB: Kxtale of
JAMKH K ''BYRNE
He. wised,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persoi
llaiing I'lii .m Demands A|
Saiil Kstati :
i'n...... Ii- i eby not.:'.. .1 and re-
quired to present any lair.is ami
" may have against
slate of JAMES i: I'BYRN K,
.....II F Dade C Btj Flor-
ida, i" ii.. County Judges ..r Dade
Vuintj. an ne in dupll-
cati and us pi vl led In S. ction B
Florldu Statutes, In their
.i lade 'oun-
:. Florida, within six calendur
nii.nl ii- from tl Hi......( I b. ir si
if, or the sami II
'.. barred.
Hated al M imi, Florida, thi
lu A V.D, 1966,
LEX \ i: 'I;'. IINE
itrlx
First : notice on
the 2htl : August,
\I VI '1..M II FRIKDMAN
v 11 rlx
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8 26 9 2-9-18
NOTiCE OF SUIT
or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
0^ FLORIDA, IN AND ^OR
DADE COI.NTY. iN CHANCERY
'. 66C 9015
SUIT FOR DivORCE


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NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO APPLY FOR
CHANGE OF NAME
Chancery No. 66C8069
TO W'll. >M IT M \^ ''' iNCERN:
Notice Is hereby given that the.
undersigned Petitioner, HYMAN CO-
HEN, h. residence address i- 3259
Binetri i Drive, in th. Cil of Miami
lieach, Dade l.'ounty. Fl.-rlda, Intend*
to uppi; J idges of the
Eleventh .lu.li Circuit I for
I m his ffll i" the
Count; H ; a-
A \! on tl 4th day of I '.....r,
|...,.;. or ..- coon in- re oft. as he n
be heard, for ord< r Ii rtging his
nan from HYMAN C< "HEN to nil.
MAN COHEN, i. which name he
ahull tin aft. i I
11 VTEl i al M an I Florida, thi
dai of July, I
HYMAN i'< illKV. i'etil on r
A VH( >N M. KANNKIt
All. i '! : Pel -"
Suit, '.'.'l
... National Bank H ling
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE !- HEREBY IIIVEN M

the!
.( DADE SI'Ri'EONA SERVICE I
]: North. Miami,
Florida, intends <
Clei ut Courl
of I'a.I. '
. 'E 'I LI V
DAVID I. TltASK
Attorn. '
120 Lin. .In Itoail
Miami I!. h. I-' '
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NO IS ."EX that

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i,f PALMETT. ill s IV
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NOTICE UNOER
FlCTlTiO-S NAME LAW
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: JAVS DR IS, at 1.".21A X n
. ih.. ... El tend I rev
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Circuit Court of Dad.
J v '. .|t BTJRNl'K and
SAMUEL BI'RHI K, Soli "ivners
\1NSLEE It. FERDIK
Vttorne) for Jacob Bursuk and
-amuel liursuk d.'b, a .'..> I'nu-.i
- ... 2-9-16
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 71973-A
III RE: Estat. of
SARAH SIVB Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i dltoi and Rav-
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Estati
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quired to pn sent an lain
uhi.-li you may h I
the estate of SARAH EflVB CZECH,
I lal of Dade I loui ':. Flor-
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First publication ol this i itice on
t day oi September,
AARON M KANNBR
Attorney for Executors
904 City National Bank Bldg.
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N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
l\ AND FOR DADE COUNTS.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 71900 A
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All C. dll and All Pel
Having Claln Demands Agalnel
Said Batati
You are hereb) notified and re-
quired to present any claims and
demands which you may have agalnsl
the itdte Of STKVI: CERCIELY,
deceased :ate of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to tl County Judges >; Dad
i i file the same in dupli-
cate an. as irovideid In Sectl. n 6
Florida Statutes, in their offi.
the Count.1 '" rthouai In l*ad Coun-
ty, Florida, within six
months from th. time of the tlrst
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Dated il M da, this 26tl)
I August. An
KLBIE (1ERQBLY
As Executrix
First publication liis notice op
the :'th day of August,
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urt of Dade County, Florida.
Dated at Miami, K 19th
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CAIDEN, ItoTli,
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Attorneys [oi App
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Yemenites Say
Tots Were Stolen
TEL AVIV (WNS) The
[anttttta ilaim that 215 of their
children ere '"stolen" from them
when tliey arrived in the country
was advanced here by several nun-
GOF Acts Against
Rat Fink' Pack
( in- A 0 (JTA) The ex-
ecutive 'liniltee of the national
Young 1 I ublican Federation vot-
eel here ti cleanse itself of the Rat
Finks, a lion of the New Jersej
Young Ri ublicans. The Rat Pinks
beei accused of being anti
anti-Negro
, ui ion adopted by the
committei ii was decided that
.( \cn count) units in the New Jer-
sej organization, allegedly control-
led bj Hat Kinks, must dissoci-
ate thi '!" ives from the Rat Kinks.
the John Birch Society, the Ex
lerminati and all other factional
groups c Exterminators is a
[action f< rmed in the New Jersey
imp Ii year for the purpose ol
ridding Ihi organization of Rat
Kinks,
The eCUtive committee also
absolved Richard F. I'lechner.
leader i lie Rat Pinks, of charges
.i compromise, Mr. i'lechner re-
signed vice chairmanship of
the National Younn Republicans.
U Thant Move
Saddens World
Continued from Page 1-A
refusal to accept another term, un-
til a suitaole successor was found
and thai "whenever he leaves, it
will be a genuine loss to the United
Nations a it to the cause of world
peace."
a- Ami assador to the UN, Than!
was very friendly to Israel. As
Secretai Seneral, he was consid-
ered i observers to have been
metiCUlOl : fair in all Israeli Arab
disputes brought before the UN,
died Yemenite .lews, who called
on the Government and "other in-
volved institutions" to return the
children.
The Yemenite group, which
formed itself into a -Parents Asso-
ciation," said it had documentary
prooi that many of the children
had been taken away without
their knowledge and against their
will" and forcibly placed in insti-
tutions or private homes as adop-
tees
Some of the children, leaders of
the group said, mainly newborn
infants, were taken awaj from the
parents under the pretense they
were ill and needed hospitalization
and nursing. One spokesman for
the group said "the children were
never returned to us and we were
told lhey had died in the hospital.
but the bodies were not returned."
The Ministry of Social Welfare
denied knowledge of the affair.
Group leaders said the} would
picket Parliament when it recon-
venes in the new building, if the
children are not returned
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