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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( 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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University of Florida
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New Year Edition 5727
Jewish FloridLian
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami. Florida. Friday, September 16, 1966
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I* i* mil privilege, as President of the H'nui H'rith < ouneil
of South Florida I >/*/# >. to extend .
Greetings (or the New Year
ON BEHALF OF THE TWENTY-ONE LODGES THAT
COMPRISE THE MEMBERSHIP OF THE B'NAI 'BRITH COUNCIL
OF SOUTH FLORIDA LODGES I TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY
TO WISH THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY A
HEALTHY, HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR.
THE YEAR OF 5726 MARKED 123 YEARS OF B'NAI B'RITH
SERVICE TO HUMANITY ... IT SAW A PHENOMENAL GROWTH
OF MEMBERSHIP ... 5 NEW LODGES IN SOUTH FLORIDA.
WE INVITE ALL OUR UNAFFILIATED BRETHREN TO JOIN WITH
US AND TO PARTICIPATE FULLY IN OUR B'NAI B'RITH
ACTVITIES AND ENJOY WITH US THE
TEACHINGS OF B'NAI B'RITH BENEVOLENCE,
BROTHERLY LOVE AND HARMONY.
ARTHUR D. HORWITZ
President
B'nai B'rith Council
of South Florida Lodges
President
President Elect
Vice President
Vice President
Vice President
Vice President
Treasurer
Exec. Secretory
COUNCIL OFFICERS 1966-1967
ARTHUR D. HORWITZ, 1141 N.E. 175 St., No. Miami Beach
MARK R. RUBIN, 701 Ainsley Bldg., Miami
SIDNEY KATES, 3300 N.E. 36 St., Ft. Lauderdale
JACK A. BURSTEIN, 10185 Collins Ave., Bal Harbor
BERNARD LANGBERG, 941 N.E. 170 St., No. Miami Beach
STANLEY R. ROSENBERG, 9720 Sterling Dr., South Miami
MARVIN PEARLMAN, 1010 Langford Bldg., Miami
BERT S. BROWN, 801 West 49 St., Hialeah
OFFICERS OF FLORIDA STATE ASSOCIATION OF B'NAI B'RITH LODGES
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President
President-fleet
Vice President
Vice President
Vice President
Vice President
Secretary
Treasurer
EUGENE L. EISEN, P.O. Box 15305, Tampa
LOUIS OSSINSKY, JR., 924 Peninsula Dr., Ormond Beach
ROBERT FRIEDMAN, 1218-20 Dupont Bldg., Miami
STANLEY HIRSCH, 5445 Mariner St., Suite 202, Tampa
BERNARD LANGBERG, 420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
MARK R. RUBIN, 701 Ainsley Bldg.. Miami
HOWARD KAN, 146 Marvin Rd., Ormond Beach
NAT ESKOW, 4006 Kasper Dr., Orlando
COUNCIL TRUSTEES 1966-1967
IRVING SCHATZMAN, 2395 Lake Pancoast Dr., Miami Beach SAMUEL NIEBERG. 3942 S.W. 5 St., Miami
ROBERT J. FRIEDMAN, 1220 Du Pont Bldg., Miami SAMUEL PASCOE, 1746 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach
ELI HURWITZ, 1009 Langford Bldg., Miami STANLEY D. CAIDIN, 2050 N.E. 199 St., Miami
BERNARD LIFTON, 1500 Bay Rd., Miami Beach ANSEL A. WITTENSTEIN, 2428 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood
MAURICE J. FINEGOLD, 475 N.E. 50 Terr., Miami
RANKING SUPREME LODGE OFFICER IN FLORIDA RANKING DISTRICT No. 5 OFFICER IN FLORIDA
E. ALBERT PALLOT, Vice President, 1504 duPont Bldg., Miami PAUL SEIDERMAN, 2nd Vice President, 3510 Pinetree Dr., Miami Beach
JACK R GLICK, Supreme Lodge Regional Director, 1746 Meridian Ave., Miami Beach
mpim.is i 03iiitiM\<, h v\i iriiiTii roi \ ABE ARONOVITZ LODGE
No. 2518
BEN NIREN
905- 18th Terr., Key West
ALBERT EINSTEIN LODGE
No. 2610
JACK ROSENBERT
1719 N.E. Miami Gardens Dr., North Miami Beach
CHAI LODGE
No. 2574
DICK MARKS
1800 N. 48th Ave., Hollywood
CORAL GABLES LODGE
No. 1682
SOL SCHREIBER
7001 S.W. 77th PI., So. Miami
FT. LAUDERDALE LODGE
No. 1438
SIDNEY KATES
3300 N.E. 36th St., Ft. Lauderdale
FREEDOM LODGE
No. 2421
HERMAN J. NUDELMAN
10190 E. Bay Harbor Dr., Miami Beach
GILBERT J. BALKIN LODGE
No. 2079
BARRY POTLOCK
10435 S.W. 96th St., Miami
GOLD COAST LODGE
No. 2068
HYMAN MARCUS
5101 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
HARMONY LODGE
No. 2463
IRVING L. KAYE
2090 N.E. 196th Terrace, North Miami Beach
HATIKVAH LODGE
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ROBERT L. GROVER
420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
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520 E. DiLido Dr., Miami Beach
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JEROME NEWCORN
18720 N.W 10th Rd., Miami
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STEVEN PAWLIGER
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IRVINE C. SPEAR
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CLAUDE L. EICHEL
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HERE'S WHY YOU SHOULD
BELONG TO B'NAI B'RITH...
to identify with the Jewish community
to help fight anti-Semitism and oil bigotry
to help build character in our youth
to build an informed Jewry
to help promote human rights and human dignity
to work for your community
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Volume 39 Number 36
Friday. September 16. 1966
2 Tishri 5727
Looking Backward into Tomorrow
May you be inscribed in the Book oi Liie ."
Our own times are such, that this wish ior our loved
ones, and for mankind in general, is the best to be
ciiered. On the eve oi the New Year 5727. we look
rearward across the vista oi the preceding twelve
months and are grateiul that we have once again
been brought to the Days ci Awe. to the High Holy
Dav period, when prayers ior inscription in the
Book oi Life are whispered, spoken, urgently chanted
m our hearts, the synagogue, our homes and streets
in which we spend our lives.
For we have come through another year oi war
and violence, hope and progress. It is the ambiva-
lence of man toward the achievement oi his best
interest that in fact we iocus upon during the High
Holy Days. We marvel at his highest aspirations
expressed in his art. his science, his religion; and
his meanest behavior, exemplified in the wars he
makes and the inhumanity he inflicts on his fellow
man.
We acknowledge that during the year ahead
there will be those who perish by fire, by sword,
by pestilence. By our daily dealings, we assure the
truth of this acknowledgment. But we yearn and
aspire toward peace and fruitful endeavor at the
same time.
This ambivalence is no abstraction. In our own
nation, we have been talking urgently about peace
even as in Southeast Asia we were forced to make
war. We have progressed to c startling extent in the
fuarantee of new-won freedoms to the disenfran-
chised among up, the disadvantaged and poverty-
racked Negro; while, at the same time, we have
been the victim of his shocking violence in Watts
and Chicago, Detroit and Cleveland, and on the
eve of Rosh Hashona, a threatened incidence of
civil disobedience in our own CMy of Miami, avoided
by the determination of both Nearo and white lead-
ers in this community thct an aimless taking to the
6lreets shall not hcpoen here.

The eve o< Rosh Ho w th cm
another worli ndrik Verv-
me Minister of Sov P zc. And of hi*
violent death, our own President Johnson could dc
no more than deplore the incident, itself, not the
passing of the man. For Hendrik Verwoerd died as
he lived in the agony of the philosophy of white
supremacy, which sets man against man.
Did the ambivalence go further here? Even as
the New Year approached us, South Africa was
speculating upon a successor to Mr. Verweord. with
an ardent pro-Nazi leading the field of candidates.
What will the Jews of South Africa feel during their
prayers for inscription in the Book of Life on the
advent oi the Hebrew Year 5727 they who so
freguently and vocally criticized Israel's condemna-
tion of Verwoerd's philosophy of apartheid in the
halls of the United Nations because Israel's human
position, indeed only possible position, they claimed,
"embarrassed" them?
In retrospect, this raises the entire gueslion oi the
relationship among Jews across the world during
the outgoing year. In the main, individual commun-
ities continued along their own lines of development,
with all of them, except perhaps the American,
experiencing virulent if occasional outbursts of anti-
Semitism. Of all the communities, including possibly
the South African, the new riqht-wing Ongania re-
gime in Argentina, which ousted the more liberal-
conservative Illia reign at the end of June, seemed
the most threatening to its Jews.
We have excluded the American Jewish com-
munity and yet, with heavy heart, must nevertheless
turn to its own unhappy experience.
For our own community across the land, the
problem was less the discovery of prejudice against
Jewish executives, ior example, in the hiahest eche-
lons of the bankina profession, or the threatening
feeling implicit in the growth <->f the John Birch
movement, or the continuing hate activities oi the
professional biaot, than the viaorous expression of
Jew-hatred amona Neqro leaders and the Nearo
community generally in the civil rights movement.
For Jpws Ynve beer a orime rr
and ::"ii- he 1
without re<..... race oi relioion, o
sumption thai ement poi iom
oi any minority is an infringemerit upon the Jewish
community, itself.
Still, by the end of 5726. Negro leader;. them.
selves, had become quick tc express their anti-
Semitic sentiments. While, in the iace of this seem-
.ngly unreasonable turn of events, Jews could regard
with pride their continuing prime role in the battle
ior the achievement of genuine freedom ar.d liberty
ior all American citizens.
*
Of Jewish relationships amcr.g Jews, the most
sophisticated debate centered, cr.d centimes to
center, on the Israel-diaspora t:e. This wes argued
hotly, both implicitly and explicitly, at sessions of
the World Jewish Congress in Brussels during rhe
summer, where Dr. Euaen Gerstenmaier. president
of the West Grmon Rprlkrm**t ^ari fWv*Ki at the
reauest of WJC President Nahum Goldmonn to
deliver an address. The invitation, itself, became
the center of a profound contrcversy rooted in the
ambivalent feelings among Jews toward the West
Germcn Federal Republic feelings th
less ambivalent and more uniformly
ere i: not for the State of Israel.
Neithej .s it that Lsruel has herself,
. y her diploma .. v
... ... force since tvla_ .
. .. Gerstenmc.
i.........ei world di
-.-..- w Knesset Bu.. rid to
his I at the ce:
.... Rolf Pauls, the An tdor I
efcre the advent oi
was neither forgctti
....: as : most Israelis.
Here in Greater Miami c_; Jewish com
showi py signs of reen
ree: of less ent. u
Our Combiner. Jev ish Apj
- 1965 coal to.....
vels of achievt
yi I I
successt to :
lei in per ca;. Ic -
feaeration
wth and p:oc:< Ml Sir
the eve of 5727, in the midst of i
lical facilities of every I
rapacity I
) t.ie cor muni I
innounci
crted piece oi Y
. oi its own building
~Cr .cies Bureau of Jewish F
.. onal Service, Home for the Aged and tl
New Americans of the Nat.cr.cl Council
Women all pointed to higher levels of communal
activity and contribution.
Notably, the YM and WHA could, after one
year, regcrd with pride its new facility at 8500 SW
6th St. followinq years of program and service
starvation in cramped and outmoded quarters. On
the eve of 5727. the "Y" could els'" note the launch-
ing of a campaign for a new branch in the North
Dade area.
All of which lent additional significance to moves
by the Federation to crystallize the needs o! the
Greater Miami Jewish community in a Ten Yeai
Capita] Development Committee, whose purpose it
will be to assist us in the logical and orderly growth
of these needs.
The outgoing year brought us many moments of
pride, as it did of concern. The visit of Israel Pres-
ident Zalman Shazar to the U.S.. where he was
hosted by President Johnson at the White House
and Blair House, contributed amply to showing
those of the Jewish State's enemies abroad where
our nation stands on this issue. In fact, the Johnson
Administration, preoccupied with the Viet Nam
conflict, iound itself closer to Israel in the last year
and increasingly estranged from pro-Communist
Arab elements.
For American policy-makers viewed the Near
East from the perspective of leaders emotionally and
ideologically committed to the Viet struggle, and
U.S. policy was obviously influenced by Cairo s
relationship with Hanoi and the opening of a Viet
Cong office in Egypt.
Fot its part. South Viet Nam previously refused
to recognize Israel, but now said it would ex hanqe
diplomatic courtesies. As the fat burned in the fire.
Israel qrew increasingly reluctant to become em-
broiled in Viet Nam even as a debate raged in
Washingtcn on American disengagement.

In fact. Israel had many of her own problems,
some mentioned previously here. So did the world
at larce Sc ci:d American Jewrv. And, as a'- rys on
Rosh Hashona d^Hte difficulties in the past and
the potent of D-ob'ems in the future, on I
Dnvs. we v wing p'm
their har>ov i' '
* -r.d for all mc


Friday. September 16, 1966
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Miami Greets Rosh Hashona
Continued from Pag* 2-A
livered by Rabbi Berel Wein,
spiritual leader of the congrega-
tion. Sen ices will be led by Rabbi
M. Wieder and Rabbi Stanley B.
Weiss, who will also serve as can-
tors. l':-hered in on Wednesday at
6:15 p.m.. first day of Rosh Ha-
shona. Thursday. Seur. 15, will be-
gin with Shachris at 8 a.m. "The
Old Father and the New Year" will
be tht object of Rabbi Wein's
morning sermon. Evening will be
introduced with 5:30 p.m. Mincha
services followed by Tashlich at 6
and Ifaariv at 7 p.m. Second day
services on Friday, Sept. 16. are
slated for 7:45 am., and will in-
clude a lalk on "Years of Yearn-
ing." Mincha and Mairiv, at 6 and
6:30 p rr will close the day's ob-
servance. During Saturday Sha-
chris st i\ ices at 0 an. Rabbi Wein
will discuss "Repeating or Repent-
ing." A Shabbal reshuva lecture
at 5:15 D.m. will be followed by
(! i' tii Mincha.
Wl I Mope is T i for You
Hcl'cJay Services
AtMt.NeboSet
For Sunday
11... nal -- : ci'in"-
terj tation la the High
j I will at Mount
Nebo ( i letery. M ; NW 3rd si .
on S;.- Sepl
ItV mi :-l servi -^l begin at
10 30 ;. ... and through-
out Hit ay until 2 :', ) :> m.
The 'irst ceren*sny will be con-
ducted bv Raboi A~jron Feier,
of Be^ Solomor with Dr. Irv-
ing Ls-rman, Spiritual leader
of Tetole Emjf.il of Miami
Beach, officiating .it he 11 a.m.
service
Betl vnl'.. ; Landau
wdl b( chai '12 noun
si n it i icceede ibbi May-
II r: i owitZ iple MetlO
rah, at 30 p m >'>i Mor-
..- A | "!'. -. leader of
dea, .." '- I ;> m.
I a si sen. ie laj will
ted R soli Z.
Glixmai il Ti im, :ii
: by R apj
dI Coi tioi lesh, one
..; io later.
DOG RACiNfr
EVERY KiG
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NO MINORS
3.V.'
PtmtTAS
Niyhtl-, i cept Sun.-- thru Jan. 2
E -joy Ci'? '- If -^
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Admld on 5Cc Park -a 50c
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and Me?" will be the subject of
the Rosh Hashona eve sermon by i
Dr. Joseph Narot on Wednesday.
8 p.m.. at the Miami Beach Con-
vention Hall, where Temple Israel
of Greater Miami, 137 N'E 19th St..
will observe the Hii>h Holy Days.
Cantor Jacob G. Bornstein will
lead a cho'r of 12 voices in the
musical portions of the worship
services. Rabbi Morris W. Graff
will assist in the reading of the
prayers. On Thursday. Sept. 15.
Rosh Hashona morning. Dr. Narot
will discuss "What Hope is There
for Mankind?" at 10 a.m. Sam
Luby Sr president of the Temple,
and Mrs. Luby will receive mem-
bers of the congregation in the
lobby of the Convention Hall fol-
lowing the services on Thursday
morning. This marks the fifth year
that Temple Israel is having its
services in Convention Hall. A con-
gregation of between 3,500 and
4,000 is expected. Children's serv-
ices will be held at the Temple
Israel Sanctuary' on Thursday af
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*4,
yiotriev year nas passed without any
improvement in your tragic situation. You
are still suppressed, discriminated against
and persecuted as Jews. You are still sin-
gled out by your rulers for cultural and
spiritual extinction. Your position has wors-
ened, but not your spirit which still longs
for freedom.
jt> failure of your brethren and people
o* good will m f'ee countries *o break your
chains of bondage s'-ouid not discourage
you or dimir >ur hope for a bette'
tomorrow.
It
r
g are asharre:: z~ our leaders who, for
the last four decaoe; ~ave not been capabie
of producing any improvement or helping
you in your despe-a-'on. The Jewish organ-
izations who claim responsibility for your
destiny are trying to appease the Sovie-
Govemment but unfortunately they a'e
doomed to failure. T oeasement po
- been going or for 40 years without
..cess. A rad ca change :: ; pc
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Miami Greets Rosh Hashona
Continued from Page 5-A
rnuon, Sept. 16, ;ii 330 p.m.. for
he students of the Religious
School Sabbath "I Repentance
cervices will be held on Friday
Evening, Sept 16. 8:15 p.m.. at
temple Israel, and Saturday morn-
ig ;u 11 a.m. Dr. Narol will preach
i both sen'ices
Rosh Hashona will he ushered in
at Conrgegation Beth El, 500 S\V
7I| Ave. with services conducted
> Kabbi Solomon Schiff on
Welnesday at 6:15 p.m. Obsen
nee oti Thursday and Friday.
Sept 15 and 16. is slated for 7:30
in and 6:15 p.m. Rabbi Schiff's
sermon topic the first morning
ill he on "A New Beginning,"
,ih A Call to Repentance" for
the second day of services Shabbal
Teshuva on Saturday ill include
,i sermon on "A Return to God,"
during the services scheduled to
begin at 8:30 a.m.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz and Can-
tor Edward Klein will officiate at
lli.nh Holiday services in the main
sanctuary of Temple Ner Tamid,
80th St. and Tatum Waterway, with
Rabbi Murray Alstet and Cantor
Paul Caslow conducting the auxil-
iary services in the Temple's Sklar
Auditorium. Rosh Hashona will be
ushered in on Wednesday at 6:15
p.m. Observances in the main sanc-
tuary are scheduled for Thursday
and Friday. Sept. 15 and 16. at 8
a.m. Rabbi I.abovitz will deliver
a sermon on "Would You Believe"
the first day. His second day topic
will he "To .Indue Or to be
Judged Durum the Sabbath of
Repentance on Saturday, beginning
at 8:45 am., the theme will be
He Waits for I-
.-. *
Rabbi Herbert M. I'.aumuaid.
spiiitual leader of Temple Beth
Am, 5950 X. Kendall Dr.. will ush-
er in observance of the High Holy
Days on Wednesday at 8:15 p.m..
with a discussion on "The Dynamic
Quality of Our Prayer Book."
Cantor Michael Kyrr and the Adult
Temple Choir will chant the mus-
ical portions of the Rosh Hashona
services. Pulpit guests on Wednes-
day will be Alan B. Kessler. pres-
ident; George Malin. executive
vice president: Joseph Altschuller.
past president: and Dr. Maxwell
Dauer. vice president "The dial
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^
Services
Continued from Preceding Page
ihe 4th grade will be held on
Thursday at 2 p.m., and at 3:30
p.m., the early morning service
will be repeated for adults who
wish to attend with their children.
Pulpit guests will include Macey
Schaffer, Brotherhood president;
Mrs. Juliet Burk, Senior Friend-
ship Group; Mrs. Max Brown, cor-
responding secretary; Dr. Irwin
Berman, school board chairman.
Regular Friday evening services
will be held at 8:30 p.m., and the
Saturday 11:15 a.m. service will
include the Bar Mitzvah of Larry,
xiii of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Lipsky.
< *
Temple Menorah, 620 -75th St.,
will usher in the holiday with
services' on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.
Kabbi Mayer Abramowilz will of-
ficiate and deliver the sermons
throughout Rosh llashona. Cantor
Nico Feldman will chant the litur-
gical portions of the observance,
assisted by the Temple Choir under
the direction of Elisha Cerner.
Services are scheduled for 8 a.m.
and 6:30 p.m., on Thursday, Sept.
15, and again at 8 a.m. on Friday
morning. Saturday morning serv-
ices, Shabbat Teshuva. begin at
9 a.m. Saturday.
High Holy Day services at
Temple Zion, 8000 Miller Rd.. will
begin on Wednesday at 6:15 p.m.
Rabbi Alfred Waxman will con-
duct Rosh llashona services on
Thursday. Sept. 15. at 8:30 a.m.
and 6:15 p.m. concluding on Fri-
day. Sept. 16 at 8:30 a.m. Rabbi
Waxman will also chant the can-
torial portions of the observance.
Sabbath of Repentance services on
Saturday are at 9 a.m.
Celebration of the congregation's
15th anniversary will be part of the
Rosh llashona observance at
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute,
Continued on Page 8-A
Star of David
Holds Community
Memorial Prayers
Star n! Pa\ id Memorial Park,
I l SV\ 77th Ave ha- slated i
munity memorial prayers t<> be
conducted mi SuikIjn al 3 p m bj
K alibi Max Shapiro, of Beth
Kodesh Congregation.
Temple services have also been
scheduled for Sunday for the fol-
lowing congregations:
Tmple Zion. with Rabbi Alfred
Wurman officiating, at 10:30 am;
Temple Judea. 11 a.m.. observ-
ance conducted by Rabbi Morris
Kipper; and Temple Beth Shirah,
services set for 3 p.m., with Rabbi
Morris Skop presiding
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Rosh Hashona Services
Continued from Pg 7-A
7801 larlyle Ave. Rabbi Isaac
Hirsh Ever will officiate at the
High Holy Day services, with Can-
ter Pinchos Katz chanting the pray-
ers and musical portions. The New
Year will be ushered in with serv-
ices on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m.
First day of Rosh Hashona, Thurs-
day, Sept. 15. will begin with 8
services, followed by reading
oi the To rah at 10 a.m. Subject
v,.\ be "How Shall We Secure
( Great Fortune Life"" Min-
c .. service at 5 p.m. will be fol-
lowed by the ceremony ol Tash-
lich. with a procession leaving the
agogue at 520 p m Maariv is
ted for 6:30 p.m. The second
i a> schedule of the Orth< lox i
Friday, Sept. 16. will be The
m i of the Shofar fi r Our
On Saturday morning al
I 0 a.m.. the Shabbl 'l eshuva
der "Cat
( ( emonial in Servici >!lerl
i rs Rabbi Ever will give Ins
i tional lecture al 4:3<
, loring the subject. "Is Confes-
. s Sufficient
i Mil (ha setices ill held
I .'II!.
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H
'

?aturda.\
;ich
ling and 1 S I
16, his theme
- Father, Our King, : nd oi
. Sepl 17, The Days of
Life" will be the topic for
the Shabbal Teshuva sermon.

Rabbi Alexander S. Gross will
(fficiate and Cantor Murray Ber-
kowitz will chant during the Rosh
Hashona services to be held at the
Hebrew Academy, 2400 Pinetree
Dr., Miami Beach. The 6:15 p.m.
services on Wednesday will in
augurate the observance which
continues throughout Thursday
and Friday. Sept 15 and 16.
Morning services both days are
slated for 8 a.m.. with "Reaching
for the Moon in Jewish Life" the
subject of the sermon by Rabbi
Gross on Wednesday, and "A Na-
tion is Born" his topic on the fol
lowing day. Tashlich services on
Sept. 15 are set for 5 p.m.. and
concluding prayers on Sept. 16,
for 6 p.m. Services at 9 a.m. and
6 p.m. will be the schedule on
Saturday. Shabbat Teshuva.
New Year services at Congrega-
tion Anshe Ernes, 2533 SW 19th
Ave., will be inaugurated on
Wednesday evening al 5 45 p.m.
Emanuel Kushelewitz, president
ol the Conservative congregation,
deliver the Rosh Hashona
sermons, and Cantor Sol Pakowitz
Continued on Following F^ge
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1966
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+J(n is* rkridTldtr
Page 9-A
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Disparity Between Wealth and Needs
0
,
B> DR JOSEPH R. NAROT
Temple Israel of Greater Miami
ho are a part of the Bib-
iradition, reflecting on the
isparitj between America's
and grievous problems
as fi nation, are inclined
from this Sabbath's Tor-
r t i o n :
jeshurun
.. t. and
Thou
. ..- :.it.
:-; grow
: hou
i. i me
and he
k God
a dc
. i er-
as s-
aP- Dr. Narof
I < -
iuit often happi ns
: nun and natii
that grow rich. Their wealth
corrupts, demoralizes, destroys.
History tends to confirm this
concerning great empires and
civilizations; personal experi-
ence corroborates this belief in
our day today living.
Does this mean that poverty is
the only key to morality? That
our affluent society is hopelessly
eaugbl in its own tragic fate?
There ma) be some who will
answer these questions pessimist-
ically But this has never been
the true intention of either Deu-
teronomy or Judaism. Material
blessings need nol be synony
mous with immoralitj Wealth
be used for constructive,
humanitarian purposes. Wealth
can bring hope in terms of com
security, medical progn ss,
(he i njoymi nt ol living. I
Nor car, we get I hi
..<:'; cat alsi
i Iocs overt> de-
Farband Branch
Elects New Slate
The Ben-Gurion Branch. Far-
band, held the first meeting of the
1 new season last week at Miami
grades, (hives men to dishonor
and nations to plunder As Tevye
says in 'Fiddler on the Roof,''
"It's no shame to be poor, hut
it's no yreat honor either.''
The resolution of this dilemma
here, as in all human matters,
lies not in the wealth or lack of
it. but in the character of man.
And of nations. America as a
rich and powerful nation has
done much for its own citizens
and the world at large. The an-
swer to the doubts we have
about some aspects of American
life is not in becoming poor
again, but in infusing our afflu
er.ee with moral purpose.
Beach Federal, 755 Washington
Ave., with Manuel Burstein, pres-
ident, in charge of the agenda
New slate of officers was pre-
sented by David Kaplan, nominat-
ing committee chairman, with
elections following.
A musical program was offerer!
bv Mrs. Frances Packer.
Rosh ffoshona Services
..- from Preceding Page
ii al i1"' I Ions
, S< Incline for
[ay, Sept. 13
. .it 8 a.m
i ; 5:45 p m I
llu- In
on the Jews."
i -. the second morn-
omorrow Satur-
on Saturday, Shab
. r< sel for a m
*
Road to Happiness will
subject of Rabbi David
- sermon on Wednesday,
at Temple Sinai, 1201
on St., Hollywood. Rosh Ha-
servicei will be held on
Thursday and Friday. Sept. 15 and
II with Kabbi Shapiro officiating
.: the 10 a.m. holiday observances.
Theme the first morning will be
If the American Jew Vanishing?"
Second day's topic will be "Open
Your Eyes and See." Cantor Ye-
hudah L Heilbraun will offer the
al portions at all services.

The Israelite Center, 3175 SW
.'.ith St., will introduce the New
Year 5727 on Wednesday at 6 p.m.
Rabbi Avrom L Drazin will con-
ucl the Rosh Hashona services,
*ith Cantor William B. Nussen
' Ifering the musical portions as-
sisted by his sons, Sheldon and
K -.:. -,:....
! 5 and li sen -'
.-.-
ayers
!
here's a

..- -What :
on th< second da) Sat
. ser ces i B 30 i m "ill in-
clude the Shabbat reshuva ser
mon. "The Way of Life."
The End of the Beginning vs
the Beginning of the End" will be
discussed by Rabbi Tibor H Stern
on Wednesday at 6 p.m. when
the Jacob C. Cohen Community
Synagogue, 1532 Washington Ave.,
Miami Beach, ushers in the High
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+Je*idh flcridift/n
Friday. Septeir_ber 16, 1966
Miami Greets Rosh Hashona
Continued from Page 9-A
Holy Days. Rabbi Stern will be
assisted by Rabbi Abraham Wein-
schneider. Cantor Usher Doppelt
and the choir during the High
Holy Day observance. Services
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and 16. are slated for 8 a.m. and
5 p.m. During the first morning,
the sermon topic will be "Around
the World in One Year." On the
second morning. Rabbi Stern will
explore "The Height and the
Depth of Our Faith." Subject for
the 8:30 a.m. Saturday services
will be "The Turning Point," and
the 4 p.m. Shabbat Teshuva lec-
ture will be on "Israel A To-
tality."
The High Holiday observance at
the Lubavitcher Minyan, 800
Washington Ave., will be ushered
in on Wednesday at 6:10 p.m.
Rabbi Abraham Korf will officiate
al the Rosh Hashona services and
deliver the sermons, with Cantor
Ernest Field chanting the liturgi-
cal portions. On Thursday and
Friday, Sept. 15 and 16, during
the 7 a.m. services, Rabbi Korf's
first day subject will be "Whj
Do We Call God King on Rosh
Hashona?" On the second morn-
ing, his topic will be "When God
Accepts Being Our King, He Ac-
cepts Our Needs."
o
Rabbi Morris A. Skop will con-
duct the Rosh Hashona services
at Temple Sholom, 132 SE 11th
Ave., Pompano Beach, with Cantor
Leon Segal chanting the musical
portions of the holiday observ-
ance. Ushering in the High Holy
Days on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m..
Rabbi Skops message will be "A
New Year A New Start." Ser-
mon topics during the 9 a.m. serv-
ices on Thursday and Friday,
Sept. 15 and 16, will be "If the
Shofar Could Talk" on the first
day. and "Beckoning Horizons" the
second day. Saturday morning
services are slated for 8:30 a.m.
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ieach. will mark the New Year
vith services ushered in Wednes-
lay at 5:45 p.m. Rabbi Shmaryahu
I-. Swirsky will conduct the holi-
day observances with Cantor
Maurice Mamches offering the
musical liturgy. Rosh Hashona
services on Thursday, Sept. 15,
will begin at 8 a.m., with evening
prayers at 5:45 p.m. Rabbi Swir-
sky's morning sermon at 10:30
a.m. will be on the theme, "Being
Better or Better Off." Friday,
Sept 16, 8 a.m. service will in-
clude a talk on "Unconsolable Sor-
row" at 10:30. On Saturday morn-
ing. 8:30 a.m.. Shabbat Teshuva
subject will be "Closed for the
Annual Event."
Rabbi Aharon M Feier will of-
ficiate and deliver the morning
sermons during the High Holy
Day observances at Beth Solomon
Congregation, 50 NW 51st PI.
Rosh Hashona will begin with
services on Wednesday at 6:15
p.m. Schedule for Thursday and
Friday. Sept. 15 and 16. calls for
8 a.m. and 6:15 p.m. services. "The
Shofar Siren" will be Rabbi Frier s
first day subject, and he will talk
on Rendezvous with God" the
second day. Saturday services at
9 a.m.. Shabbat Teshuva. will in-
cliidi' a sermon on "Return. Is-
rael." and the 6 p.m. Mincha will
be followed by a Perek lecture
Junior Congregation will have
holiday services on Wednesday
and Thursday at 10 a.m.
Beth Torah Congregation, 1051
,\o Miami Beach Blvd. will hoK1
Ko^ii Hashona services conducted
ical portions of the observance
will be chanted by Cantor Jacob
J. Renzer and the High Holy Day
by Maariv. Schedule will be the
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lh days o the holiday,
and Friday, Sept. r> and
star) "it" Shacharit
Torah reading ;.i 9
,',!,._ of the Shofar at 10.
i2 will deliver his ser-
in 25, aiul additional Mil-
an.1 slated for 10:55
..,. concludes at l p.m.
,. set for 5:45 p.m.. fol
6 15 Maariv.
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Conc-egation B'nai Raphael,
" ,\ 183rd St., will celebrate
, year of 5727 with aerv-
Wednesdaj at 6 p.m.. when
1,1 Bichtar preaches a
God i- Alive." Cantor
:.ri- will chant the mtu-
rtions of the Rosh Ha
bservance which continues
and Friday. Sept. 19
, nh morning services at
Rabbi Richter'a 10 in
on ihe first day will
of Modern Man
ony. at 5:30 p.m.,
,,i b> the evening
,; -Who I- Responsi
Ihc question asked
I ,,. y with Sabbath
6 p.m. During
services, Shab
8:30 a m. Rabbi
II presenl 'The Jewish
Repentance Mincha
5 45 p i"
guests for Rosh Hashona will be
Dr and m,s Stanford B Cooke,
Lawrence Zirn, Herman Rodstein,
Main Goldberg, Henrj Perlman,
Harold A Greene, Mrs Malvina
I'ollak and Sam Lubell. Rabbi
Front's sermon for the 8:15 p m
Wednesdaj service will be "Retro-
spect and Prospect." Thursday
morning services at 10:15 will in-
clude an address on "Nobody's
Hero." and for the 2:30 p.m. chil-
dren's service, the topic will be
'Three Wishes."
NK Miami Gardens Dr., will ob-
serve the High Holy Days during
services conducted by Rabbi Mil-
Ion Schlinaky, with cantor Maurice
Neu and the choir chanting the
liturgical portion- Rosh Hashona
eve on Wednesday, at (i p.m., will
be followed on Thursday and Fri-
day, Sept. 15 and 16, bj services
at 8 a m and (i p.m. on the firsi
day. Rabbi Schlinsky's morning
sermon will ask "What Else is
New'.'" Ami again a question,
Which Waj is Up?" will be his
topic on the second morning. Dur-
in Saturdaj morning services.
starting at 8 a.m., theme will be
"Return to What?"
The Washington Federal Bldg
1133 Normandy Dr., will be the
site of the Hiyh Holiday services
for Ohev Shalom Congregation,
11 Normandy Dr., being ushered
in with Mincha on Wednesday at
t> p.m. Rosh Hashona observances
will be conducted by Rabbi Phin
eas a. Weberman assisted by Can-
tor Samuel H. Feiner, Schedule
on Thursday. Sept. 15. begins with
Sachris at 7:30 a.m., and Torah
reading at 10. The morning eon
i inues with Rabbi Weberman's
first da) sermon on "A Many
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Miami Greets Rosh Hashona
Continued from Page 11-A
Toned Call." Shofar at 11:15 and
Musaf at 11:45 a.m. Evening con-
cludes with Mincha at 5:30 p.m..
Tashlich at 6. and Maariv at 7.
Same schedule will be followed on
Friday morning. Sept. 16. with the
10:45 a.m. sermon on the second
day of Rosh Hashona to be "Man's
Birthday." Mincha is slated tor b"
p.m.. with 7 p.m. Maariv closing
the day's observance. Shabbat Te-
shuva on Saturday starts at 8:30
a.m. Study period is set for 5 p.m..
followed by Mincha at 6.
*
Temple Zamora, 44 Zamora Ave.,
Coral Gables, will mark the High
Holy Days beginning with services
on Wednesday at 6 p.m., when
Rabbi Maxwell Berger's subject is
"The Challenge of Change." Rabbi
Berger will be assisted throughout
the traditional Rosh Hashona ob-
servances by Cantor Ben Dickson.
Thursday morning services, Sept
15. are set for 8 a.m. Sermon will
High Holy Day
Services Suncsay
At Lakeside Park
A full schedule of special High
Holy Day Memorial Services :-
planned at Lakeside Men:
Park, WV 25th St. at 103rd Ave.,
for Sunday. Sept 18.
Starting at it) a.m Rabbi Irwin
Cutler, of Temple Israel, ( Mira-
mar. will conduit morning serv
ices, followed by two ceremonies
at 11 a.m.. one with Rabbi Sher-
win Stauber. spiritual leader of
Young Israel of Greater Miami,
officiating, the other under the
guidance of Temple Adath Yeslut
run's Rabbi Milton Shlinsky.
High noon observance will be
conducted by Rabbi Max A Lips-
ohitz. of Beth Torah Congrega-
tion. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz, of
Temple \er Tamid. will officiate
at the 1 p.m. services, and Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz, of Temple
Menorah, at the i :i'i p.m cere-
mony.
Temple Tifereth Ja<
M lurice Klein, and T --^ I
Tov's Rabbi Samuel April, will
lide at si pat ati 2 p.m
ices The aft rno
a1 3:30 p.m, with R M Hei i
nit. of Temi le Sin
<>: the observance
be on the question. "What Do You
See Ahead?" First day will be con-
cluded with evening services at 6
p.m. Friday schedule also calls for
8 a.m. and 6 p.m. services, with
the morning topic to be "The
Echo of a Call." The Shabbat Te-
shuva sermon on Saturday during
8:45 a.m. sendees will be on "The
Portion of the Week."
*
"Facing the Future" will be
Rabbi Samuel Z. Jaffe's topic
when Temple Beth El, 1351 So.
14th Ave.. Hollywood, ushers in
the Rosh Hashona holiday on
Wednesday at 8:15 p.m. Thursday-
services. Sept 15. will be held at
10 a m. Sermon will be on "The
Clarion Call of the Shofar." Chil-
dren's services are scheduled for
the afternoon at 3 p.m. Weekend
services will be held on Friday at
8:15 p.m. and Saturday :>t 11 am.
Rabbi raffe's shabbat Teshuva
termon on Frda\.....ening will be
The Meaning of Return '
* *
Utzh Holidaj Rosh Hash ma
serv ices t!i be ushet I 3e-h
Kodesh Synagogue, 1101 SW 12th
.V e on Wi % at
I p m Ral bi Mas Sha
Ben.:: :' \\ and R '' x
51 hi will c induct all observai
Rabbi Shapii 's firsl will
be on th subj el "A New Year
A New Era." Thursday and
daj Sepl 15 and 16, .
scheduled for .'> am. Theme the
firsl day will be End of All
Flesh," and on the second day.
'Captive Community" Topic on
the Sabbath of Repentance during
the 845 a.m. service on Saturday
will be "Alone in the World
Ra ered in at Sky Lake Synagogue,
18151 NE 19th Ave on Wednes-
day at p m with Rabbi Jonah
E. Caplan and Cantor Leo Url
offic ating throughout the High
Holy D On Thursday mornii
Sepl 15 i 8 a.m sen i will
i Rabbi Caplan's serm in
in my Life i m
E\ enir ', sen ices are ;
6 pn
daj Sei t. II
8 a.m
to be
Day v th 6
services. On Saturday, during 9
a.m. service. Rabbi Caplan will
speak on "The Sabbath and Jew-
ish Dignity" as part of the Shabbat
Teshuva observance.

Young Israel of Miami Beach,
1542 Washington Ave.. will usher
in the New Year 5727 at 6 p.m.,
on Wednesday. Rabbi Naftalie
Porush will officiate during the
H'gh Holy Days, and Cantor Mor-
ns Fruch'er will offer the musical
Musaf portions. The first day of
Rosh Hashona, Thursday. Sept. 15.
services will begin at 8 a.m.
"Reaching for Spiritual Maturity"
will be discussed by Rabbi Por-
ush. followed by sounding of the
Shofar. Early Mincha. at 5 p.m..
will free the congregation for the
Tashlich ceremony, and the day j
will close with Maariv at 6 p.m. j
Same morning schedule will he,
observed on Friday, Sept. 16. withl
topic to be "Torn Between Two,
Ids." Mincha will be at 6 p.m.
i':: Saturday. Shabbat Teshuva will
open >' 8 30 a.m.. with mincha at
p :. followed by Maariv On
Sunday. Sept 18. the Fast of i'.e-
'.;: .- slated to b B a.m
* *
R > i at Temple Tifereh Israel,
Miami Ave m Wednes
,' 7 p.m., with i'.. b H Henry
?, Wernick officiating On Thurs-
day. Sept 15. during Hiuh Holy
rvices at 8 am Rabbi Wer-|
nick will offer his version of "Low-
land Visions." and at the Friday I
morning observance. Sept 16. I' -
SUbjed will Ik- "Is Cod Dead
ing prayers the r.rst day are'
slated for 7 p.m.. and the second
day a- 8 p m Saturday morning
le is again 8 a.m
Terr-pie Tifereth Jacob, 951
Way, Hialeah. will h
! services beginning
Wednesday at 7 p.m., with Rabbi
Klein off..
hoir Firsl I -crvanee
sd Sei 15 will ha'
, 30 a m at
es at 7
day. Sept. 16. Rabbi Klein will
conduct services at 8:30 a.m. and
6:30 p.m., and on Saturday, 9 am.
services will be followed by Kid-
dush.
* *
All services of the High Holy
Day observance will be held at
the new Temple Judea, 5500
Granada Blvd. "The Church Views,
the Jews 1966' will be the sub-1
ject of Rabbi Morris A. Kipper's j
address on Wednesday. Rosh Ha-;
shona eve. at 8 p.m. On Thursday,
Sept. 15. during 10 a.m. services,'
Friday, September 16. 196
first day Rosh Hashona sernio
topic will be "Jew Views the Jev
Retrospect and Prospect" Chi
dren's services will be held ut 2 t
p.m. On the second day of th
holiday, Friday. Sept. 16. Ra|,b
dipper will preach on "A Mot
Traditional Service. Sans Cho
and Sermon." Regular Saturda
morning services are schedule
for 10 a.m.
* *
All High Holy Day services J
Temple Beth Sholom 1725 Mo
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Miami Greets Rosh Hashona
C(,inue= from Preceding P.9e will be heard at noon, and the day Abraham Reiseman The holidav
u iivwoad will be held in V ~ -T T p "m" service8' observance is scheduled for Thurs-
*St h' A- a v and conducted! ;nF"'ahy- S''"' lfi ""edule day and Friday mornings at 9 am.
ae main sanctuary, """^ \ill be the same, without the even-
1 *! ';';!suiner A sermon T^10' semws on bo,h Rosh Hashona will be ushered
sn,r Erntii,( in the 7 p m i^ ? "4? '" wiU be hcld in in Tm>" Beth Tov. 6438 SW
':i l" \Les ushering TnihC l0l,ea,lonal chapel. 8th St.. on Wednesday at 6:15 p.m.
,Vdne.- Thllrsdav SeDt i L .. Rabbi simon APril W'H officiate
[0>h Hashona en Ihursday, bept Rosh ashona ^^ a( Jem a( ^ ^.^ obscn.ancc ( h
. .h( observance will begin at p| B'n.i Sholom, 16800 WV 22nd out the New'Year period with his
a.m. Babbi Malavikjr'i sermon Ave., will be conducted by Cantor Thursday sermon during the 8 a.m.
BRIDE DAUGHTER OF MIAMI T DIRECTOR
Jjianc y^ialc lA/eds Sheldon /veen/min
.....i on Sept. 15 u> be 'Our
Paradoxical Life." First day will
conclude with 6 p.m. services.
Same schedule will hold on Fri-
day, Sept 16. with Rabbi April's
morning topic to be "They Walk-
ed Together." "Repentance'' will
be his theme during Saturday
morning Shabhat Teshuva services
slated for 9 a.m.
* *
High Holiday services will be
conducted by Rabbi Julius lx>m
nitz and Cantor Saul H. Breeh at
Temple Beth Raphael, 1545 Jeffer-
son Ave Miami Beach. Rosh Ha-
sh"na y on Wed^^dav at 6 p m.
will begin the observance, con-
tinuing on Thursday and Friday.
Young Israel of Greater Miami,
990 XE 171st St.. will hold services
on Wednesday. 6:15 p.m., Rosh
Hashona eve. The High Holidays
will be observed on Thursday and
Friday. Sept. 15 and 16, with serv-
ices beginning at 8 a.m. Rabbi
Sherwin Stauber will officiate and
deliver the sermons slated for
10:30 a.m. "New Year New
Era" will be the theme on the
first day of Rosh Hashona, and
on the second day. Rabbi Stauber
will discuss "The Challenge of
Space." Saturday morning services.
Sept. 18. at 10:30 a.m., the Shab-
bat Teshuva topic will be "Re-
senting and Repenting."
* *
Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky will

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".Jf-ni.fi> fitrldiari
Friday, September 15 igd
Steven Weinkle
Steven Gary, son of Mr.
and
Mrs. Jerome Weinkle, 55 Pinta Rd.,
will become
Bar Mitzvah at
Beth David Con-
g relation on
Saturday. Sept.
17.
The celebrant
is an eighth
g r a de student
a t Deerborne.
His hobbies in-
clude s w i ai-
ming, horse-
back riding, and
other sports.
Mrs. Sol Weinkle. Mrs. Jennie
Schwartz, and Sam Schwartz,
grandparents of Jerome, will at-
tend the services and congrega-
tional Kiddush sponsored by his
parents.
J^ar Charles Temel
Charles Saul, son of Mr.
and
Mrs. Max Temel. was Bar Mitzvah
Slates Services
This Weekend
Services at 2 p.m.
Mount Sinai Memorial Park Cem-
etery will hold traditional memor-
ial services on Sunday at 2 p.m.
Located at 1125 NW 137th St..
Opa l.oeka Blvd.. there will be
teats and a tent set up in the park,
and prayerbooks will be furnished.
Officiating at the ceremony will
be Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Rabbi
Shmaryahu Swirsky and Rabbi Sol
Landau, with Cantor Maurice
Mamches chanting the liturgical
portions of the services.
President of Mt. Sinai is Hyman
Chabner, with Fredric Rosenthal
serving as vice president.
at Temple Tifcreth Israel on Sat-
urday morning, Sept. 10.
Charles is an eighth grade stu-
dent at Miami Edison Junior High
and a leader of Boy Scout Troop
222. He is an ardent science stu-
dent and is interested in model
planes.
Kiddush in the temple auditor-
ium was tendered Charles follow-
ing the services.
Out-of-town guests included Mr.
and Mrs. David Temel, of Johnson
City, and his grandmother, Mrs.
Dolly Frieberg, of Germany.
Robert Hulnick
Robert, son of Mr and Mrs.
Joseph Hulnick, will observe his
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, Sept. 17.
at Temple Zion.
Robert attends eighth grade at
Rockway Junior High and plays
the trumpet in the school band. [
He is interested in agriculture
and fishing.
Mr. and Mrs Hulnick will host
the Kiddush followm;; services.
Joel Spring
Joel Peter, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Elliot Spring, will become Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Tifcreth Israel
on Saturday morning. Sept. 17.
Joel is an eighth grade student
at Horace Mann Junior High, and
has been an honor student
throughout school. He has been on
the softball team for the school.
Kiddush m the temple auditor
ium will be tendered Joel follow-
ing the services, and a buffet din-
ner in the auditorium on Saturday
evening.
Larry Miller
Larry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Les-
ter Miller, will be aBr Mitzvah on
Saturday. Sept. 17. at Temple Zion.
Larry is an eighth grade pupil
at Glades Junior High, and is in-
terested in stamp-collecting, car-
modeling and athletics.
Mr. and Mrs. Miller will host
the Kiddush following the services
and a reception in honor of the
Bar Mitzvah at home.
*
Harvey Henbraun
On Saturday morning. Sept. 17.
at Temple Ner Tamid, Harvey
Kent, son of Jerome Her/braun.
9Q9 NE 16th St., No. Miami Beach.
will be Bar Mitzvah.
Harvey is an eighth grade stu-
dent at John Kennedy Junior High
and attends Temple Ner Tamid
Religious School. He enjoys fish
ing and coin collecting.
New Location For
Weizmann Meet
ni Weizmann Branch. Labor
Zionist Order, will hold its first
in eting 'if the lWHiiT -.'.(mim on
Sunda 8 p.m., al i location.
gton Federal, 1234 Wash-
' \ \ e
ij Eugene Labovitz, of Tern-
v r Tamid, will be guest speak-

i elebrating then- wedding anni-
Mr and Mrs Jacob Fish-
: will be hosts for the eve
nine
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a very Happy and Healthy
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and Alan
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald C. Jacobson
Louis Wolfson, II
STATE REPRESENTATIVE
s^Jluppij **/\ew Ljcar
[Jest li/is&es to j^ill
State Treasurer
and Mrs. Broward William
Wish all their friends of the Jewish Fa
a Healthy and Happy New Year
and may they be inscribed
the Book of Life.
\
L'Shonu Tova Tikasavu
MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH MILTON
and children Jamie Beth, Robert Adley and Peri Sue
Wish to express best wishes for a Most Happy New Y?::
to their many friends in Greater Miami, and to the
entire Jewish Community
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WISH A HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
c
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1727 will start another year in which more
ttousa is :: [ewish immigrants will arrive on Israel's shores
:. freedom and dignity. Whether they are young or
id or ill. all who need help in adjusting to their
receive assistance from funds raised in the
IS66 campaign oi the United Jewish Appeal. The national
:oal K S73,42'J "00 will aid more than 800.000 men, women
:.-.d children throughout the world.
MRS FRIED4 RAPPAPORT
anz Son
JfcCK I. RAPPAPORT
. heir
; Friends
AND
^ous
TAR
JSUtki AMmr
of
Bay Harbor Islands
wishes you a
HEALTH".' & HI
NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
IN SOUTH FLORIDA
WE WISH
A MOST HAPPY HOLIDAY
TROPICAL PARK
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Telephone 377 3151
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a r I e s LITNER. SW liil.PLAKS. Mr- H...... 74, ol
>i die d AU| Ri>
ROTH. Mildred |i I (I ng ROTH. Diivl Palm
Rd died lug III Klv. Ave., dii Rlvi t Did.
;,' ;- K-. M31 N\V 2nd
Hi
Hrs iikii from Y..11 ln, i>.,
""I r. tired lumbi 1 mid -1. I
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M !'>' nnIn H is kui v ived b hit
"< -.Hi. 1 ., dii iKhti r, Mi- Miidui
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'.i-vslii. ... rv .. ... tteri hi Id Kept.
1 ..I ,mi. .\.i, i -.111,1. r> under ihe
aireetlon ,.f (lordon Funeral Hom<
MELL
SOPHIA, S5. of Tin s\V Till Si., died
Sl PL 11 Hhi made her home In Ml-
J'nl lor Hi.- puKl 2u \. urn, ......Ins
from Chicago. Mr.-, Mell had re-
eelvi .1 in award of mcrli from Pres.
-'" v\.....li-'.w Wilson for services
hi rendered during World Win 1
Mi. 1- survived l her husband Jos-
eph .1. Mell; u son, David Mell ..f
1 nli '-'' .1 daughti r, Mrs. Pay<
nl Miami; u brothei .-
' 'snuineky, and 11 slsti r, lei irudi
Osmnnsky, ol Chicago: flvi grand-
1 hlldr.n and 11 great-gramlcr,
Servlcei held Sept. 1.1 al 1 lor-
don Funeral Home with Inti
in Ml Nelio Cemeti
BENDER, Hern I. KM) w
l'i\i, H
FREY. Mnurici ,
AVe., Hid Si UIVl
LIEBLING. Norman, 71, ',

MANHEIMER, J \
lied S'epl
EPSTEIN. M .111.1
ll, died \ .,
FRANKENSTEIN, Ml I.
W l:.i\ Hi
ZWEiG, Mrs. Dora, 1
Ave., 1I1, ,1 .-;> d<
COOPER. Saul, 68 H) Hi

FARBER. .1 -. |ih J
ttivcr-
KAY. Josi ph .1 of 42n SW
Vug .
Two Honored
For Sea Rescue
On Friday, the Jewish War Vet-
erans Post in Hialeah honored
two men who rescued a U.S. air-
man downed at sea. The ceremony
took place at Temple Tiferetb
Jacob.
The men receiving the honors
were Lou 1'il/er and Dr. Stanley
Wallman.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
NC orC n
SLIT FOR D.VORCE
v
I :
LCTS AYRA
1
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du id
be
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anded In ll
shall be publish! d

I p ...,.,. 1 ve weeks
wish FUORIDIAN
- 11 ORDERED .>' Miami
,|,,l ., ;:. daj ol Septi ml,. 1
. I
.rilKKMAN. Clerk,
i mil County, Hi
..,..,,) I P, COPELAND
Deputy Clerk
UOLDMAN, 'I.I STKIN .*.
PAI.ZIKR
Lttorneys roi PUIntKf
J40I Went Flajjlec stnei
ami, PloiIda :;3i3i
9/16-:^-^0 10/
N THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT
COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN
DISTRICT OF FLORIDA. CIVIL
No. 66-958 Civ. TC
t'OMPLAINT IN A CIVIL
MARITIME ACTION
\'(> BEACH CORPORATOW,
Florida corporation,
Plaintiff
RKIOMTMt AMARYLLIS, her
ngines. boilers, freight, etc.,
MCiNTi'SH STEAMSHIP s A
1 I'.inam.nilHn rorporatlm
AMARYLLIS STKA.MSllir CO
,.'ii>. :i Panamanian corporation,
[>,! r. i t-.r.--
Niitici-* 1 have an*ted the rore-
olng vessel and appurtenance* upon
1 I'.implaint filed In :i cause,
and marltim- for danUMEM amountlne
to $20.oih}.i)0 Prooese returtiabli
huso heard on the opening ol said
da) ol September.
l66. : the United suit. Court
vi VlotU > all 1
dated 'm.-t ..cpear and file Written
,.| ,jm or other defense, In
person, or b: Attorney, or default
and condemnation wfll bi ord< red
DATED it Miami. Dadi County,
h .i i> of 81 mix r,
rv w. hi v in
Unite.l States M.ir-li.il
rMern District 01 Florida
AARON M KANNKR
Attorney for P'alntlff
, -. .: Bank ButUMnC
l-'.j.-;J..

GREATER MIAMI JEWISH
CEMETERY ASSOCIATION
GREETS THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
ON THE NEW YEAR 5727
AND ANNOUNCES
Community
Memorial Services
"HONORING OUR BELOVED DECEASED IS A PAR'
OF OUR HIGH HOLIDAY REPENTANCE"
RELIGIOUS SERVICES WILL BE HELD AT THE
Jewish Section of
Woodlawn Park Cemetery
3260 S.W. 8th STREET
Sunday, September 18, 1966
11:00 A.M.
Rabbi Sol landau
Rabbi Solomon Schfff Rabbi Max Shapiro
WILL OFFICIATE
Confor Wiiiiam W. lipson and Maurice Mamches
.V LL CHANT THE LITURGY
ALSO AT THE
Mount Sinai
Memorial Park Cemetery
1125 N 137th STREET (Opa tocka Blvd.)
Sunday, September 18, 1966
2:00 P.M.
Rabbi Salome SehlH Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky
fcrfcbi Sol Landau
Ll OFFICIATE
Cantor Mcun'ce Mcmches
"HE LITURGY

::>
t?
ENT WILL BE SET UP
PRAYERBOOKS WILL BE FURNISHED
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY IS CORDIALLY INVITED
HYMAN CHABKER
President
FREDRIC ROSENTHAL
Vice President
LEGAL NOTICf
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKUl IV I5IVEN that
he mill. rsi. n.-.l, d-^Mim; U> enttage
ii business under Ihe fl< mi ,,u- name!
of ri;i>AR CAM; CEDAH CAB <'<>
.not Inc.): CEDAR CAB iOMPANY
(not In.-.): siHTII MIAMI TAXI:
SOlTH DAJ'K LEASINO .it S744 s W. i IS Btreet, Miami, Florida
intends to refi.-t.-r f".ii.l names Wlfn
ii^ iierk of the Circuit Court ol Dade
County, Florida
SOUTH BADE LEASING, IN
Bole Owner
kkssli:r, massky. becKBOUULN
\n irteya for Applh
195 I' ltinore \S'.,\
Coral Cables, Florida
- .. I .j
NOTICE UNOE9
FICTITIOUS NAME l_V<
NOTICE 18 HKRBB1 Ul\ -
the underalgnedj ; i_
ii !,n- ne-.- ui dor the f
of APWX M \ONAVi ?-. -I i -'
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i-".i.. Mit,'ini., 1 1 rcigititer iaid
(viQi the Clerk of the ClreuM
if Dado County, PI
APra EUccrrRONrca oompanv"
1
9/it; 10 10/1
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY Jt?DC*'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
flor,0nao: MJff*
In RK: Estate of
CHAR1-ES BQNXEN3''1IBIN, a/k/a
CHARLES SUNSHIN!..
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All I'ersons
H.ivinir Claims or Demands Against
Bald Bet K
Sfou ire '.'rein notified and re-
quired !' present an> claims and de-
mand* h -!, maj have .>:>
the eata of CHARLES SDNNi \
.-.HKI.N. k/k/1 H.MM.KS BON
siiinr deceased late of Dade Coun-
ty, Florida, to the Counts Jutkfes if
t v,.|. 1 ., .- ,-'l file I .-1 me in
dupiii 1 1 .' tion
7::::.!^. i-, 1 their of
'1.', r 1 in
lade "'" withl I i
-.1 ir months fr tli Iti >
.
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Dated at Miar la, thta 7th
i -i September, A 0
VICTtVRIA '
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the iVh da> ol September, I9GG.
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4?.0 f.inc.oln Road
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"Oewish Floridian
Miami. Florida. Friday. September 16, 1
966
Seclion B
ow JVS Programs Serve Community
By MARSHALL S. HARRIS, President
Jewish Vocational Service
ykf ITH the start of the new year. JVS again looks
" forward to a highly-expanded program of
services to the Miami community. Eight years
have passed since JVS was created as an inde
pendent agency. This short history has been re
plete with changes and innovations. The forthcom
ing year promises to be even more exciting.
The original concept of Jewish Vocational
Service was to develop programs of advanced
concept, responsive to the general needs of both
our Jewish population and our community-at-large
Since it was recognized that no voluntary agency
operating on its own could ever solve the voca-
tional needs of our Jewish community, much less
the entire community, the agency was created to
render service in the highly innovative areas,
leaving, if necessary, the more standard proced-
ures for those other voluntary agencies and for
governmental agencies active in the field
MARSHALL S. HARRIS
HAPPY BfKW YEAH
p';. prosperity,
health, good will Co all

CW^s^f
I
Specifically, eight years ago, JVS offered job
placement, individual and group guidance and
counseling, pyschological testing, and a rehabili-
tation workshop. JVS was then located in less than
4.000 square feet. The total budget was only-
Mi,985, while Federation support was $28,405 Our
client load was made up almost entirely from the
Jewish community.
Today's Status
Where are we today? To begin, the agency
still offers the same service it did eight years ago.
Our change in program offered has been quanti-
tive. For example, we are now housed in two sep-
arate buildings, one located on the grounds of
the Jewish Home for the Aged at 5252 NE 2nd
Ave., containing some 4,500 square feet of space,
and another facility at 310-318 N"W 25th St.. con-
taining in excess of 25.000 square feet of space.
Our rehabilitation shop is at the Home for the
Aged and our special "Anti-Poverty Program' is
housed on 25th St. Today, our total budget is
S313.530. and of this amount Federation and United
Fund support jointly totals $53,710.
Obviously. JVS has come a long way in terms
of growth, but at the same time, it is also chang-
ing direction. Primarily, this has been the result
of the availability of Federal funds to sponsor
new programs.
JVS began this change approximately five
years ago. At that time, one of our community's
greatest vocational needs was caused by the mass
influx into our area of numbers of elderly per-
sons, some with and some without job skills com-
parable to the job market available, but most
in need of some type of employment.
Intake Broadened
We thus began a project of evaluation of voca-
tional readjustment of older disabled workers
Our funds came from the Federal government on
a two to-one matching basis. Because of Federal
requirements our intake policy was broadened.
Though we had never discriminated against any
person based on race, color, or creed, it was now
necessary to encourage into our intake pattern
persons other than of the Jewish religion. The
Federal program lasted for four years. In addition
to retraining and placing in employment a large
percentage of the persons who were evaluated in
the program, it was later proved that a very high
percentage of those placed remained on the job
at which they were placed or. because of their
initial placement, were able to advance to other
jobs within the same or related fields.
In four years, the Federal Government, as its
porflbn of this project, contributed over $100,000.
When we started in the business of cooperat-
ing with the Federal Government, the agency had
a great many reservations. It was feared that the
Federal controls would cause the "tail to wag
the dog." Fortunately, because of excellent admin
istration, we Were able to form a program con-.
sonant with our community needs and still remain
within the broad guidelines required of us by
the Federal Government. In addition, we were
able to maintain our existing program in spite of
the additional monetary burden thrown upon the
agency by the Federal project.
Agency Encouragement
People often say "you can't knock success."
The success of our original experimentation in
Federal grant projects encouraged the agency to
pursue other Federal grants consistent with the
general vocational needs of our Greater Miami
community. We recognized fully that we were
going from a totally Jewish client intake to a heavy
non-Jewish intake, at least in percentages. But
the board felt that percentages were not the true
guideline. It did not matter that we were now
serving 60 percent non-Jewish clients, but rather
whether or not the 40 percent that we were serv-
ing who were Jewish were all of the Jewish per-
sons needing our services.
As our program has expanded, we have con-
stantly kept this single guideline firmly in mind.
Regardless of how well we serve the community
Continued on Page 10-B

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"Page 2-B
*Jfnisl> fhrkUSHi
Friday. Septe~yfT ]6| J
-A-
Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Abel
and Family
wish their relatives and fnoiJs
A Happy ami Prosperous N Mrs. Jack Ablin
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Harpy '"''' Prosperous New Tear
Mr. Rudy R. Adlar
cishes hsa relatives and friends
A Happy jmi Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Aerenson
and children Ben jie, Dcena,
and Sandy
icinIi their relatives *md fnmd<
A Happy and Prosperous Neu' Tedr
Mr. and Mrs. William Agranove
of 3 Island Avenue
wish their relatii'es and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Allen
ii ish their re lain es and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Or. and Mrs. Donald Altman
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. William S. Altman
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New "Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Alrshuler
and Family
of 2120 SW 19th Terrace
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New "I ear
Mr. and Mrs. David Angel
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Apfelbaum
Until their retail! u and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. Benjamin Appel,
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pertnoy,
Lois, Sidney, Ronni and Sandi
of 736 Lakeview Drive
With their relam es and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Appelbaum
and Family
U'ijh their relatives and friends
A nappy and Prosperous \ew 1 ear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte,
Marvin, Joyce, Stuart and
Bernice and grandsons,
Bobby and Stevie
wish their relatives and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Apte
iitin their relative! and friendi
A nappy and Prosperous New fear
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Argintar
and Family
u ish their relatives and friendi
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Arkin
and children Michael and Susan
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Aronoff
and son Robert
ut"h their relatives and friends
A Happ: and Prosperous New year
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Aronovitx,
Elaine, Tod and Karen
wish their relam es and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New "tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ash
wish their relam es and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Askow
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Max B. Astor
Wish their rela:r. .-. and friends
A Happx and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Louts Auerbach,
and son Mitch
Wish their relam es and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
-A-
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. August
and children. Dale, Lisa
and son Jack
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \Vic Yeai
Mr. and Mrs. Harry August
and Family
unh their relative* and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Avedon
and Family
of 7761 N. Kendall Drive
itrish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \Vi< Yea
Mrs. Louis August
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
-B-
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Badanes
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bailey
and sons
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous N Year
Mr. and Mrs. George Baltuch
and sons Marshall and Harris
u'ish their relatu es and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Baskin
and Family
U'ish their relatu es and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer A. Baskin
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Ethel and Bill Beckwith
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Dr. and Mrs. Jerome Benson
and children Lisa and Jane
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Bellack
and children Danny and Sandy
of 1055 N.E. 171st Terrace
Uish their relatu es and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bendell
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous New Yeai
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Berger
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \tic Yeai
Rabbi Maxwell Berger
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous New Year
Dr. and Mrs. Fred Bergman
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bergman
and Family of
811 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \,w liar
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Berke,
daughters Susan and Barbara
U'ish their relatu es and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Charles
Berkowitz and children
uish their relatives and friends
A Happ: and Prosperous \',u Year
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Berlin
and Family
Wish their retatil es and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \fu Year
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Berman of
2055 Arch Creek Dr., North Miami
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year'
Bright Future for Miami's YMHJ
By PAUL FASKE, President
YM and WHA, Greater Miami
THIS has been a year of outstanding accomplish-
ment, renewed dedieation and noticeable
progress for the YM and WHA of Greater Miami.
In its three facilities serving central and SOUthwesl
Miami. Miami Beach and North Dade. the "Y" has
been providing leisure-time, group work, recre-
ation and cultural activities for people of all ages
in the entire community especially our Jewish
community.
The purpose of the overall "Y" program is to
help individuals achieve maximum fulfillment
through guided group activities and experiences
via social, athletic, cultural and community service
events.
Newest Facility
The "Y" occupies a unique place in Jewish
life where all members of a family can be together
and enjoy common pursuits.
Any day in the week it is encouraging to note
teen agers involved in community service projects
to help others, senior citizens happily dancing a
Hora. adults in a theatre workshop rehearsing for
a new play, a youngster learning to swim for the
first time, a tiny tot in Nursery School learning
and receiving a rich colorful exposure to his
Jewish and American heritage.
The YMHA's newest facility, at 8500 SW 8th
St., is now in its second year of operation. At this
PAUL FASKE
beautiful site, a greatly-expanded progru fa
been in effect which has trulj ;.,,., )| t M
munity center for all interests and ages, Inc'u&r
in the programs and activities are Nursery SdM
Summer Day Camp. Elemental*} School Di\.si
Junior High and Senior High interests, a S'ibIp
Club, Senior Citizens Clubs, separate Men ut
Women's Clubs.
During this second year for 'hi central fie
ity. we have noticed that there has teen sm

DR. and MRS.
JOSEPH R. NAROT
Extend to all Jewry and
particularly the members of
TEMPLE ISRAEL of
GREATER MIAMI
Sincere Wishes for
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
DR. and MRS.
HERBERT BAUMGARD
and FAMILY
[xiend Heartfelt
NfW VfAft GREETINGS
to the Members of
Temple Beth Am
SOUTH MIAMI
and to the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
DR. and MRS.
MAX LIPSCHITZ
and Family
oi
Temple Beth Torah
Extend Best Wishes for the
New Year
to the entire
Jewish Community
RABBI and MRS.
EUGENE LABOVITZ
and Family
Extend Best Wishes to the
Officers and Members of
TEMPLE NER TAMID
and to the Jewish Community
for a Happy and
Prosperous New Year
RABBI and MRS.
LEON KRONISH
and Family
Wish for the Members and
Officers of Temple Beth Sholotn.
Jewry at large, and all
humanity a year of fulfillment
and peace.
RABBI and MRS.
JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY
and FAMILY
extend Best Wishes for a
Ksivah Vachasimo Tovah to
the Officers, Members, Wor-
shippers and Sisterhood of
Congregation Beth Tfilah
and to Klal Yisroel
Bo-oretz U-Bagole.
RABBI and MRS.
MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
and Family
Extend Best Wishes for
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the members of
Temple Menorah
and to All Jewry
RABBI and MRS.
MORRIS A. KIPPER
and FAMILY
Extend Best Wishes to the
Members and Officers of
TEMPLE JUDEA
Its Sisterhood and the Greater
Miami Jewish Community for
a Happy New Year
DR. and MRS.
IRVING LEHRMAN
and Their Children
Extend Best Wishes for
JOYOUS NEW YEAP
to Temple Err.anuE
and
To All Their Friends o! k
Greater Miami Commuai'y
RABBI and MRS,
SOLOMON SCHIF;
AND FAMILY
Extend Best Wishw to i
Officers and Members I
Congregation Be:h El end';
the entire Jewish Commute*
for a Happy No* Year
RABBI and MRS.
TIBOR H. STERN
AND FAMILY
wish
JACOB C. COHEN
SYNAGOGUE
and its affiliate g!
A HAPPY AND PROSPER
NEW YEAR
To Members ana Friends-|
SKY LAKE SYNAG0G*
A Very
HAPPY NEW VEtf
from
RABBI and MRS.
JONAH CAPLAN
and FAMILY
I


Friday. September 16, 1966
response on the part of the members with regard
to the programming. On Sundays, when many
famlliei are able to participate together, we have
noted between 2,500 and 3,000 men, women and
children using our facilities. Also during this sum-
mer, more than 500 children participated in two
organized Summer Camp programs. Summer has
been busy as well for our golden agers, as more
I Han 300 senior citizens utilized I he facilities while
continuing their year-round programs. Teen-agers
enjoyed their trip programs, dances and other
summcr-tima activities.
Out special project of the senior high clubs
was to ; lay host weekly to underprivileged chil-
dren from the James E. Scott Community Center
Steeped in Jewish Content
Even the tiny tots had programs designed
.-Iii-c cally for their age and experience.
Each and every one of the projects and pro
1 the "V" is richly steeped in Jewish con
tent to instill a warm and living creation of Judaic
activity,
1 nm proud to say that the successful services
pro* <' I by the various branches of the "Y" have
been due, in great measure, t<> the professional
training, skills, talents and devotion of a full-time
staff v, to specialized training in social work, phys-
ical education, early childhood education and cul-
tural ts.
At the present time, a special campaign is
undei way to provide the second new V.MIIA
Community Center facility in Dade County this
one in The North Dade area. The importance of a
new in the North County area is clearly evi-
*Jen1st ftoridicin
Page 3-B
Max Drosd. of the Greater Miami YM and
WHA Golden Age Friendship Club, dis-
plays some of his tile work which he also
teaches to other Senior Citizens at the "Y."
dent. There is a definite need for the vital com-
munity services which this new facility can offer.
I am glad to report that Study Committees
are now being formed to determine the specific
facilities which would be included in the new "Y"
in order best to serve the North Dade community.
Committees include I're-School. Primary Grades,
Intermediate Grades, Junior High. Senior High.
Young Adults. Adults. Senior Citizens, Physical
Education. Health Clubs. Mass Activities and Cul-
tural Arts
The North County YMI1A Development Fund
Continued on Page 12-B
RABBI and MRS.
ALEXANDER S. GROSS
and Family
MIAMI BEACH
Extend Best Wishes for
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
to n officers, directors and
members of the Hebrew
Ac, army and all its affili-
ated organizations and to all
Jewry,
RABBI and MRS.
MAX SHAPIRO
Wish
CONGREGATION
BETH KODESH
its affiliate organizations
and Greater Miami Jewiy
A Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
ALFRED WAXMAN
and Daughters
Wish for all Jewry, and
particularly the Members
and Officers of
Temple Zion
A Happy and Prosperous
New Year
RABBI and MRS.
DAVID LEHRFIELD
and Family
greet the Jewish community
and membership of
Kneseth Israel Congregation
on the occasion of the
Ntw YfAR
RABBI and MRS.
ABRAHAM KORF
extend to the
er Miami Community
and Members of the
LUBAVITCHER MINYAN
A Most
HAPPY. NEW YEAR
RABBI DR. and MRS.
ISAAC H. EVER
AND FAMILY
Wish for the Members of
Agudath Israel Hebrew Insti-
tute, its Auxiliary and the
t Entire Jewish Community a
Year of Peace and Joy
I
RABBI and MRS.
SIMON APRIL
and Family
iWiih for the Members of
TEMPLE BETH TOV
and for All Jewry
A Year of Peace and Joy
RABBI and MRS.
ABRAHAM
WEINSCHNEIDER
and FAMILY
wish a Happy New Year
to members of
Jacob C. Cohen
Community Synagogue
and to all of
Greater Miami Jewry
Greetings and a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to Members and Friends of the
CUBAN HEBREW
CIRCLE OF MIAMI
RABBI and MRS.
DOV ROZENCWEIG
RABBI and MRS.
SHERWIN STAUBER
and FAMILY
Extends Best Wishes to
Officers and Members of
YOUNG ISRAEL OF
GREATER MIAMI
And to All Jewry for
A Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
BEREL WEIN
EXTEND HEARTFELT
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
to the
BETH ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
and Greater Miami
RABBI and MRS.
HAROLD RICHTER
Extend heartfelt wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the officers of
Temple B'nai Raphael
its members, and
affiliate organizations
RABBI and MRS.
DAVID SHAPIRO
Extend Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the members of
TEMPLE SINAI
The Jewish Community Center
Hollywood, Florida
and to All Jewry
RABBI and MRS.
SHMARYAHU T.
SWIRSKY
Extend to all Jewry and partic-
ularly the members of
Beth Jacob Congregation
and its affiliated organizations
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
P. A. WEBERMAN
offer their very best wishes for
a Happy, Healthful, and
Prosperous New Year to the
officers and members of
CONGREGATION
OHEV SHALOM
and to Jewry everywhere
tlrizr? nzivrnjvb
-B-
Mr. and Mrs.
Henry and Anna Berman
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \< u 11 .
Ann and Theodore Berman
and children, Bernice, Phyllis
and William
U'ish i/it-ir relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ Mr. and Mrs. Leon Bernard
and Family, and
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bernard
Irish (heir relatives and friends
A Happ and I' \ Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Bernstein
and Family
u :'li their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \,v 1 ..
Mr. and Mrs. George Bernstein
and Family
I ih their relti I | nds
A Happy and Prosperous New Yea
Mr. and Mrs. William Berson
and daughter Rose-Edith
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Wir Year
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beyer
and Family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \< Year
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bienenfeld
and daughter Harriet and
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Bienenfeld,
Howard and Lenore
wish their relatives and friends
A H.ipp\ and Prosperous \en "I i..
Mrs. Anna Sorin Bild
and Family
li'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bill
and Family
u'ish their relative.' and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \eu ")<-.ir
Mr. Irving Billig
wishes his i and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \Yi.
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Bimberg
and Neal
and I nds
A H and P \. "I ..-
Mr. and Mrs. B. I. Binder
and Family
Irish the nds
A Ha IP \ Yea
Mr. and Mrs. A. Harold Binder
and Daughter
II -': thl I :c nds
A II \' : ~) ejr
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Blank
and Family
u'ish thi .. ;.J.
A Hdf iyv and P \ "1.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Blate
and Family
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
ii h tht jtives and | nends
Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Ira Blitt
Cynthia, and
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Botwinik
u'ish their relatives an i friends
A Happy and P v Hew Year
Judge and Mrs. Jack Block
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Block
and Family
u'ish then relative! and friends
A Happy and Prospe o u New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Bloom
and children, Anne and David
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \eir Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Henry Blum
wish their friends
A Happy and Prosperous Neir Year
Mrs. Yetta Bodenstein
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Borok
and daughter Miss Audrey Borok,
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Borok
nd son Andrew Joseph
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous )s{ew Tear
B-
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Boroks
and Family
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Hupp\ and Prosperous .\eic Year
Dr. and Mrs. William K. Boros
and children Phyllis, Andrew,
Bruce and "Schoen"
U'ish th, itives and I rie
A Happy and Prosperous \Ytr Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Botnick
u ish their friends
A Happ and Prosperous \iu 1 I
Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Botf
and Family
Irish thi
A Happy and Prosperous New 1 ea
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Botwick
and Judi
U'ish their relatives ami friends
A Happy and Prosperous ,\ ir Tear
Mr. and Mrs. David Braun
and son Robert
ll isli thi nds
A Happ\ and V us New 1 ear

Mr. and Mrs. Herman Braunstein
and son Dr. Jonathan Braunstein
U'ish [heir relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
- -
Dr. and Mrs. Jack H. Brenner
and daughter Michelle
wish thei Hires and fnen
/\ Happy and I' \
Mr. and Mrs. William I, Brenner
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ei< Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Herman I. Bretan,
Barbara, Neil, Janice and Charles
U'ish their relatives and friends
A H-ppy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. William Bretan
and children Jacqueline, Harriet
and Stephen Allan
U'ish their relatives and fnent
A Happy a d P Hew Year
-.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brickman
and Family
wish
A Ha P \ew Year
Judge and Mrs. Meyer Brilliant
and children Cynthia and Joni
of 5853 S.W. 50th Terrace

\
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Broder
and son Lawrence E. Broder
..
A Happy and P \ 1 u
Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Brooks
and daughters Melinda Anne,
Cynthia Sue and Merithith Joy
t and
A II ippy and P \ Year
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Brooks
their friends
A Happy and V \ Teai
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Brumer
and Family
wish thei and J nds
A II. \
Mr. and Mrs. Julian I. Burg
and children Laurie Sue,
Jonathan and David
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \Yir tear
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Burger
and children Susan and Andrew
wish 'heir relatives and friends
A Happy ami Prosperous New tear
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Burstein
and Family
wish their relatives and friend*
A Happy and Prosperous New 1 ear
-c-
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Camner
and children Howard,
Cathy and Carol
ii ish their relatives and friends
A IL.ppy and Prosperous Neu Year
Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Cantor
and Family of
14101 N.W. 3rd Avenue
U'ish their relative.' and friends.
A Happy ami Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. William Carmel
and children Allan, Barbara,
Jerry and Linda
insh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Neu> Year


?cce4-B
vjenisl- florktifor
Friday, September 16, 1955
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It:, and Mrs. Jules P. Charming,
.oel, Elian, Hal, Jill and Jon
VtS .!!.! fl
\ tppy and Prosperotu \f.i Year
Vr. and Mrs. Charles Charcowsky
wish their friends
A -'_rr'- and Prosperous X 1
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Chasin
and Family
heir relatives an I |
ipp> and P \.--
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chernao
and son Daniel
i 11 :-
. !' \ 1
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ciment
of 942 Michigan Avenue
-. I' \ Ye a 1
Dr. and Mrs. Mark B. Cirlin
P \ 1 "
Mr. and Mrs. Haiman Clein
\ew Y'eai
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Cohen
ves '
'.',r. and Mrs. Louis G. Cohen
if 8C1 83th St., Miami Beach
then
IP \ Yea'
Mr. ar.d Mrs. Maurice Cohen
and Family
Urn and 1
P \
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Cohen
and Family
iru-es V 1
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Conn
and Family
and Prospi X Yea'
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Cooper
of Morton Towers
: t '.. m and
tppy and Prosperous New tea-
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Crystle
:- 11 rnds
I Prosperous \-.--. 1 ear
-D-
Dr. and Mrs. Maxwell Dauer
and sons
uh their relatives and ......Is
A Happy and Prosperous Neu 1 tar
Mrs. Bertha Davidson
and Family
:sh their relative! and
A Happy ind Prosperous X 1
Mrs. Ruth Davidson
and Family
. : ilatives jJ fneti 11
.-J Prosperous \ u 1 .
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Deich
and daughter Natalie
il 11 elativei and -_ i.
A Happy and Prosperous X tu Yeai
Dr. and Mrs. Jerome Denker
and children Ann-Lynn and Marti
ih rhcrir relative! j>iJ friends
A Happy and Prosperous \\u t tar
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Dermer
and Family
h their renames and frtendi
A Happy and Prosperous Seu Year
Mr. and Mrs. David D*ut*ch
:-/i their relative* and frleil
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Diamond
and Family
:-h their relatives and -
A Happ\ and Prosperous \eu- Yea-
Mr. and Mrs. William Dickson
and daughtar Diane
t$h their relatives and frteiUU
A Happ\ and Prosperous \>u lea-
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Dlatt
.'h their relatival jnj friends
A Happy and Prosperous \r. 1 eat
Mr. Jack Dolinger
Ini frienda and relatives
Happ I Prosperous New Teat
Mr. ard Mrs. Jack Drinow
and children Linda, Cara Vs.
Jeffrey and Risa

P .
D-
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Drell
and Family
eir relatives and .....Is
A Happy and Pi \n 1
Judge and Mrs. Albert Dubbin
and Family
i. -.': their relatives
A Happ> and Prosperous Ni Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Dubbin
and Family
:- tlifir fr:
I P tperous Neu> 1 it
Mr. and Mrs. Ele Duberstein
1 then Is In es and |
..:)' \ Yea'
Mrs. Elizabeth Dunn
and children Norine and Eric
\
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dunsky
I Prosperous \'eu Tea-
Mrs. Joseph Duntov
us Neu- Tea-
Mr. and Mrs. David Dvoskin
Idtit I .
AH I' i\ 1 '
E-
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Efronson
and children Beth Loren
and Leon David
II is .N
Mr. and. Mrs. Abe Eisenberg
: :-
A Happ and P \ Veai
Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel B. Elkins
and Family
Irish
A Happy and Pi us X 1
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ell
and Family
i<:.: atives and friends
A Happ> and Pi \ Teai
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Emmer
and Family of
100 S.W. 30th Road
-' :/i A Happy and Prosperous \eu Year
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Emmar
and Family
!,..fi their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Neu> 1 eai
Dr. and Mrs. Lester Epstein
and Family
utsh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \Vu- Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Epter
and children Wendy and Richard
their Tc'ijtirt
and
A Happy and Prosperous Nu 1 11
Hazel Ben and Richard Essen
li the^r reldtit es and | ... I
A Happy -"..:' Prospe : \\:< 1 11
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Ettinger
and children David Harry,
Daniel Leon and Phylis Yetta
id t/if:r relatives and friends
A Happ id Prospei \. I .
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Evelev
!.'..;: their relatives and friends
A Harp-, and Prosperous \';:. "I -a-
-F-
Judge and Mrs. Jack A. Falk
and Family
u ivli their relatn es and friends
A Hippy and Prosperous \';i<- t ea'
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Falk
and Family
u:.li their relatives and friend-
A Happy and Prosperous )\{cw Year
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faska
u :sh their relatives and friend-
A Happy and Prosperous ,\'etr Tear
Cantor and Mrs. Hyman Fain
and Family
with their relatives and friends
A Hapry and Prosperous \'eu 1 ecyi
Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence Feinberg
and Family
ih their relatu i.
A Hj.-.-'s and Prosperous \ % 1-
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Feinstock
and Family
1 their relatn
id P
Technion Commitment to Israel
By JUDGE FREDERICK N. BARAO
President, Greater Miami Chapter
American Technion Society
The American Technion Society, a group f de-
voted Unericans who are dedicated to the
advancement of Israel through the expansion 01
her industry, has organized man) centers ot activ-
ities around the country, conspicuous among them
being the Miami Chapter
Locally, we have organized a rapidly-growing
number of partisans who are carrying on activities
on behalf of the Technion in Haifa. Israel's only
university to train technicians and engineers.
Technion is unique As an V-rate l university,
fully the equal of MIT. and Isra ncipal
center oi applied research, il cart:.- ml yeai
round 1 I cultural ai I "
jects closeb linked to every phas. >l
growi nom> Technion graduates
5, architects, res
il Isra. -
ievi ; '!"'>
Spelling the Difference
As Techi the >!' "-
existence, il can the satis! >l
havir led the mus that
- lied the lifferei N
VVj Indei ..... went on
7 *
JUDGE FREDERICK N. BARAD
to lead the Technion as its presi li
yeai Fact I with material sh
cultivated the one resource thai rea '
prople in an area poor in 1 a<
n chnologir il x< elli nee has beei
01 u-hic!i I ii ael has comi so fai ii 1
years Acknowledging the role ol
r Prime Minister Ben-Gurion n
RABBI and MRS.
SOL LANDAU
and Family
Nrtend to the office :tora
and stcii oi
BETH DAVID
CONGREGATION
Best Wishes for a Healthy
and Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
MAURICE KLEIN
extend a Happy New Year
to Members and Friends of
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB
and to the Jewish community
of Hialeah and
all Greater Miami
RABBI and MRS.
AHARON FEIER
greet the member.* of
BETH SOLOMON
CONGREGATION and its
Affiliate Organizat.ons
on the occasion o. the
New Year
RABBI and MRS.
NAFTALI PORUSH
Extend to the Officers
and Members of
YOUNG ISRAEL
OF MIAMI BEACH
Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
DAVID ROSENFELD
offer heartfelt greetings to
Jewry everywhere and to
members of
Beth Moshe Congregation
of North Miami Beach
A Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS. RABBI and MRS.
HENRY WERNICK MAXWELL BERGER
and Family Extend 3es: Wishes!
Extend 3est Wishes :o the Mew Year to the ''. 1
J:::;fts and Members of Officei Temple Zamora

Tifereth Israel and its affiliated 1 .:-5
Congregation and the Greatei .''
To: A Happy New Year Jewish Con
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RABBI and MRS. RABBI and MFS.
RICHARD M. LEYITON
MILTON SCHLINSKY
wish the Jewish community
and Family of South Florida, ai
tirena* heartfelt particuarly the off:.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS and members of
to TEMPLE EMANU-EL
Temple Adath Yeshurun OF FT. LAUDERDALZ
ar.i the entire community A Happy New Yea:

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RABBI and MRS.
RABBI and MRS. RALPH GLIXMAN
MORTON MALAVSKY and Family
Wish :j: all Jewry and particu- Extend Best Wishes : :
larly the members and officers HAPPY NEW '.
of Temple Beth Sholem.
Hollywood, to Memoera and 1
TEMPLE OR CLOr-'
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR and to Ail J<

RABBI and MRS. SAMUEL JAFFE RABBI and MRS. MORRIS A. SKO? and Family
AND FAMILY
Extend Greetings to Members offer their best wishes '3 the
and Friends of officers and membership o-
TEMPLE BETH EL TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Hollywood, Fla.. OF POMPANO
And to All Jewry for
A Happy New Year for a Healthy and
Happy New Year
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RABBI and MRS. RABBI and MRS.
MARIUS RANSOM
AVROM L. DRAZIN
Res.
wish a Happy New Year Bay Harbor Island
to members ol
RabbL Temple Sinai
THE ISRAELITE CENTER North Miami Beach
a:-.J the Jewiih Community New Year WUh
of Greater Miami to all our Fi:




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Friday. September 16. 1966
*Jewt$ti fkwirfiann
Page 5
Technion is the cornerstone of Israel's develop-
ment."'
Always in the vanguard of international co-
rporation, Israel, through the Technion. created
the world's first Peace Corps. Through its teachers
and graduates, teams ol technicians went into the
newly-emerging underdeveloped countries of Asia
and Africa to help them set up their own indus-
trial, agricultural and governmental programs,
thereby cementing permanent bonds of friendship.
Vanguard of Progress
Much of the imagination and a considerable
part of her support have been provided by Amer-
icans who have underwritten important buildings
, nd faculties at Technion. Dr. Walter Clay Lowder-
milk, world famous agricultural expert, who re-
cently visited Miami, worked many years in Israel
ind established Technion's School of Agricultural
ineering, which attracts a great many foreign
students fiom the newly-emerging countries.
In the forefront of Israel's programs to provide
I ousing, to establish schools and hospitals, to ex-
i toil the country's natural resources, to build pro-
I uctive industrial plants, to carry out vital re-
search, in the vanguard of all these efforts
nesterday, today, and tomorrow are the grad-
uates of Technion. The excellence of her Aero-
nautic Engineering faculty founded by Americans
is acknowledged worldwide.
The United States Government has for some
lime allocated grants for research projects. An-
other area of international cooperation is in de-
salination, where a joint project with the United
Slates Government is being developed in Israel.
Dr. Selman WaKsman. Nobel laureate, has estab-
lished Technion's School of Industrial Microbiol-
ogy, to be dedicated this fall. Many buildings, lab-
oratories and other facilities carry the names of
prominent, devoted Americans, the most recent of
them being Technion's Acoustical Research Center,
donated by Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rifkin. of Miami
Beach.
Irom a student body of 34 studying three
courses, the enrollment today of Technion's undcr-
giaduate and graduate students is almost 5.000. A
great new challenge now confronts the American
Technion Society to make a proper response to
the mandate which Israel has just given to Tech-
nion to double its campus and student body in
the next lew years. Miami's reply has been to
project a November dinner with the participation
of Technion s national and international leader-
ship, to be followed by a nationwide meeting in
mid-winter, when the national board of directors
kicks oil a ne year of activity at a major event
in Miami Beach.
Educational Priority
Allied North Whitehead, the late British-
American mathematician and philosopher, said: "In
the conditions of modern life, the rule is absolute:
the race which docs not value trained intelligence
is (loomed. Not all your heroism, not all your social
charms, not all your wit. not all your victories on
land or sea can move back the finger of fate.
Todaj \\c maintain ourselves, tomorrow science
will have moved forward yet one more step, and
there will be no appeal from the judgment which
will be pronounced on the uneducated "
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Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gilbert
n ish their relative* and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New fear
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Giller
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gitlen
uish their relatives ana friends
A Harr.v and Prosperous New Tear
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Mr. and Mrs. Max P. Feld
and Family
h rh< rel tin es and riends
A Happy and Prosperous \eu 1 <..<
Mrs. Bessie Feldan,
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Feldan
and children Mr. and Mrs.
David E. Goodman and sons
Herbert Michael and Adam Joseph
ih thi and friends
. IP \
Mr. and Mrs. John Feller
and Family
. I Pros/
Mr. and Mrs. Mo-ton R. Fellman
and children Barry, Sheli,
Lesli and Seth
lives and J
A Ha/ py and P '.
Mr. Joseph M. Fine
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Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Finegold
and Family
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Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Fink
and daughter Carla Jane
[I res and I
nd Pros
Naomi and Richard Fink
|| i friends
A Happ and P Mr. and Mrs. J. Maurice Finkel
and children Marcia, Elliott
and Seth
:, ah then i latives and I riends
A Happy and Prosperous \Vic Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Finkelstein
and Family
u --. then relatives and friend*
A Happv and Prosperous Nui 1 eat
Mr. and Mrs. Leon D. Fisher
and son Richard
wish theit relatives and fnends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell D. Fisher,
Allison Pam and Seth David
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New tear
Mr. and Mrs. Max Fishman
and Family
wish thi lives and fru
A H..".-'. and Prosperous Nei
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Fleishman
and son Ned, of
1532 Trillo Avenue, Coral Gables
ii ucd ;], .....:: i. and
A Happv and Prospc rou* \ Teai
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Mike Forer
and children Henry, Minna Lea,
Joseph, Debbie, and Jack
I :-; dfll-l I'
A !'... Pros V Trai
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Fox
and Family
II \
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Fraidin

A Hii :' \ ".
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank
and Family
res .....
A Hi -1' !.' V
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Frankel
and Family

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Mr. and Mrs. Sol Frankel
and Family
i ..... ... in i ..
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Mr. and Mrs. M, G. Furman
and Family
u ish thi d n< nds
A Happv '''' Prosperous \ei. Yi n
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham J. Gittelson
and children, Ora, Thoshe, Reva
U'ish their relatives and fnends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. William Givner
and Family
u'isli their relatives and frie' .
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. A. Glasser
and Family
:. y'i their relatives and fnen
A Happy and Prosperous Heu "Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Giasson
and daughters, Ellen and Barbara
icish their relatives ami fnen
A Happy and Prosperous \'eu Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Max Gluck
and Family
of 555 W. 49th St., Miami Beach
:. ih their relatives and friends
A Happy ami Prosperous \i II Teat
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gold
and Family
uish r'.i ..' res and I
A Happy and Pr.pt \ Year
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gomoe-a
and children Sheila, Billy,
Henry and grandson Jeffrey Self
of the Bricked Town Hous*
With iheir relatives and friei
A Happv and Prosperous New
The Misses
Lilliam and Esther Goodman
of 1548 Morton Towers
uish their relatives and frie
A Happy and Prosperous \eir
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gordon
and Family
usish their relatives and frie
A Happ. and Prosperous New
Mrs. Harry Gordon
and Family
u sh their relatu es and frier, Jf
A Happv ami Prosperous Neu
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Futernick, II,
and Family
u-isl ilives and p
A Happv and Prop< mi \eu Teai
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Dorothy and Herb Freedman
of 12900 Ixora Circle, Keystone Pt.
wisl lain es and |
A Happy ..ml Prosperous Neu ~> <'
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron E. Freilich
ui.il their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Net" Teai
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gadon
and children Benjamin,
Rebecca and Sara
:. :-.. ...:::... I ends
.. P i i \ew Yea
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gaier
and Family
ends
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Mr. and Mrs. Efraim Gale
and children Dane and Michael
;
Dr. and Mrs. Philip J. Galiti
and Family
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Mr. and Mrs. J3ck Gallant
and Family
,-\ i:..- I us Neu
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph C. Garber
and son Jordan
...: r .. ,. lends
\ I.' IP .. is N< 1 tar
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Goartner
and Family
wisl thei c latii is ami friends
A Happy and P tpi us \< u Tear
Mrs. Sally Gold
uishes her fn<
A Happv and P N
Mr. and Mrs. Allen Go'dberg
ii ish their frii
A Happy and Prospi t>us ^ru Tear
Mr. ana Mrs. Burton Goldberg
and Family
M latives and
A Happy i IP is N
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Goldberg
and Family of 544 51st Street

A H p : us V
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Goldberg
and Family of
4551 Prairie Avenue
tires d
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Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goldenkoff
and daughters Rachel Jo
and Cindy Lou
.'. ind 1 .',..-
Mr. and Mrs. Max Goldin
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Mr. and Mrs. Norman Goldin
: mves
IP \ Year
Mrs. Herman Gordon
shes her relatives and frie
A Happv and Pre peri in \'i:.
Dr. and Mrs. Irving Gordo.-
their relatives and
A Happy and Prosperous Neu
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gottesrrsrt
and Family
u'ish their relatives ami frie
A Happ\ and Prospi I us V u
Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Gottlm
u'ish their relatives and frie
A Happv ami Prosperous \eu
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Goud.,,
and Family
;: their :'.. .1 frie
A Happv and Prosperous Neu
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Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goldman
and Family
AH IP i \ I
Dr. and Mrs. Milton S. Goldman
and daughters Rose and Lynn
:. >;: their rel i
A !i P osperous \'i w "I i
Judge and Mrs. Phillip Goldman
u ish tin ir 'i .. fn< nds
A Happ> and Prosperous \Vi. Tear
Marshall and Eve Fisher
and daughter Jill
uish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prospi rou- \; W Year
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Fisher
of 5225 Collins Avenue
uish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Neu' Tear
Mr. and Mrs Morris Fisher
of 2237 S.W. 3rd Street
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fried
and Family
u i.ii then relatives and friends
,\ ll.-pp'- and Prosperous Heu Teai
Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer Fried
and children Scott, Mark
and Diane
uish their relatives and
A Happy and Prosperous \,:. lea'
Dr. and Mrs. Nathan Friedman
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Friedman
and daughter Donna
wish then relatives and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous \( : ") |..-
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Friedson
nd daughters
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Neu Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gelvan
and daughter
wish then relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous \eir Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Genet
and Family
u :-' latives an.l friends
A II- I u \Vii- Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Gerson
u ish their friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Teai
Mr. and Mrs. Sam H. Goldman,
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin I. Goldman,
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Simon
uish theit relatives and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous \cu 1 ear
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goldstein
and Family
of 7441 Wayne Avenue
wish their relatives ami fnen
A Happy and Prosperous \'.u Tear
Mrs. Samuel A. Frommer
wishes her relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Neu,1 Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Max Gerstein
and Family
:,:-:-. [hen r latins and friends
A H..ppy and Prosperous \eu' Tear
Judge and Mrs. Charles Gertler
and Family
wish then ri latii es and friends
A Happy and Prospc, us \cu' Tear
Mr. Max Goldstein
of 830 Michigan Avenue
Irishes hi. ffiei
A H..::--. and Prosperous \i-ir Teat
Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Gilbert
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer W. Goldstein
of 2840 Flamingo Drive
wish their relatives ami friends
A Happv and Prosperous \nr Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Goldy
Uish their lelatues ami friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. Morris Golombeck
nd Family
uish their relative! and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \eu' Tear
Dr. and Mrs. George A. Grahj-i
and sons Michael Lee and Jon
wish their relatives and fne
A Hapf .. : i ', .
Mr. and Mrs. Jack I. Greer
and children Linda and Boh
. .;. : itit'l
A Ha| P .- N'u
Harriet and Milt Green
and children Bunny and Der ;
imes and |
is Hew "'ear
Mr. and Mrs. Morris E. Gretn
and Family

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Mr. and Mrs. Jack Greenhov.i
and Family

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Mr. and Mrs. James Grippe
and Daughter
ind Pros \
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Grossn- in
and Family
\
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gros
..;' and Piosp.....V
Mrs. Pauline S. Grundwerj
Moses J., Saul, Saundra ari
grandchildren
ii ish thi
A Happv and I' is Neu
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin B. Guber-tar*
and daughters Shelly, Trac,-
and Wendy
wish their relatives and frie
A Happv and Prosperous Heu
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gurrn*s
and Family
u ish then latives and frie '.
A Happv i rous Neu- 11
Dr. and Mrs. Ernest Halpr>r
and children Alison and Gl--
of 18950 N.E. 21st Avenue
uish their relative- ami frie-
A Happy and P Hi '
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Harr ;
and Family
Wish their relatives and frie
A H-rry and Prosperous Neu
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Hect-V
nd children, Isabelle, Neal,
David and Barbara
Wish their relatives and frie '.
A Happy and Prosperous \V:<
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur A. Hein
and Family
Wish their relatives and frie I It
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year


FageS-B
* Jmisti narkMan
Friday. Septeirbei
3, I9c
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A Rabbinic 'Happy New Year'
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel I. Hersehfeld
and ton Philip
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Mr and Mrs. David A. Hess
and Family

Can'or and Mrs. Seymour Hinkes
and children, David, Elliott
Roberta and Jaimee
Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Kati

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Dr. and Mrs. Hyman Kati
and Family
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Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Hirsch
and Family
I
Mr. a-^d Mrs. Joseph Hoffman
and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hohauser
and daughter Alberta

Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Holbrook
and sons Allan and Mark

Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Holly
nd Family

Mr. Morris Honigbaum
" -.-- ; v y>,
Rev and Mrs. Jacob D. Katx
and Family
;
Mr and Mrs. Harry Katien
and sons
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Mrs. Ruth Kaufman
and Family
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Mr. and Mrs. Murray Kaye
and Family
s
Mr and Mrs. Walter Kaye
and children Carole, Marc,
Barry and Richard
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Keiser
Col. and Mrs. Morton Keiser
1
By DR. MAX A. LIPSCHITZ, President
Rabbinical Association of Greater Miami
a^N bt'half of m\ associates on the executive
" |] a> all my col!'
the Rat.1 I extend Rosh H
>hona greetings to the citizenry of our commi
and pray thai A His
choici blessing I good health, joj
and peace to Klal Vi.-iaei and all mankind.
These are penitential days, and this is th<
titution and cau-t- a- wi 11 a^
individuals, to consider thi past and
future This is a time for a "Heshbon H
self-examination for without it. both the
-ization. as the members comp>
it. be coir..
Immediate Goals
The Rr.- :.ami
an ....
affiliai actice 'he
Emet 1 .avo" the
truth prin arily 1 eself have bi -
entilate our
- and
. ress oi munitj W I
i failii _
our I
. erned wit! tl
which .
In whav arei ild the Rabbinical Associ-
DR MAX A. LIPSCHITZ
e involved I
and shame for the underpi
gate
the ] ;.in of th
sed to
to our Con
a fe of thi con-
stantly ask o
Mr. Sidney Horn and
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Horn
and Family

Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Horwich
Mitchell, Francine and Ronald

Dr. and Mrs. Michael Horwitx
and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Max Kern
and children Donna and Norman
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Kern
and Family
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Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kessler
and Family
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Mr. and Mrs. Leon Jacobs
and Family
Mr. ans Mrs. William B. Jacobs
and Fam'ly
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford D. Jacobson
and children Henry and Debby
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Jaret
and children Donald and Ellen

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Mr. and Mrs Fred Jonas
and Family
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Mr. and Mrs. A-*hur Jurkowi*2
and children Marcy and Warren
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Mr and Mrs. Herman Kaler
nd son Bruce

M' and Mrs. Morris Kaler
Mr *no Mrs. Leonard J. Kal-sh
and children Mark Davrd and
Bonnie Jill

Mr. and Mrs. Je* B. Kamin,
Mexine and Stanley
Mr and Mrs. Irving B. Kaplan
and Family
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M rs~ Mary Miller and ~
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kastan
A H_ \ Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kimball.
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Mr. and Mrs. Abe King
and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Hymjn Kirsner
and Family
Mr and Mrs Jack Korenblit
and Family

Mr. and Mrs. Murray Kitman
and Family o'
1701 S.W. 84th Court
D'. and Mrs. Maurice Klein
Dr. and Mrs. Melvin Klein
and Family

Mr. and Mrs. Martin Knobel
and children Mark and David

Mr and Mrs David Kovnat
and children of
1034 Lenox Avenue
.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lampert
and daughters, Deborah and Ruth
A Hj,*|
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Landesman
and children Bruce and Shelley
Mr. and Mrs. Moe La""er
and children Sandra and Lester
Dr. and Mrs. Solomon Lanster
and Family

Mr and Mrs. Aaron S. Lauer
and Family
Mr and Mrs. Richard E Lear
Mr and Mrs Sidnev Lefcc.-'
and Family

Mr. and Mrs. Jean C Lehman
Mrs. Laura Leibman
and daughter Cel
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Lelchuk
and children Richard and Judith
Dr. and Mrs. Leo M. Levin
and Family, Jane, Debbie,
Adrienne and Albert
.
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Mr. and Mrs. Moe Levin
and Family
of 1020 N.E. 82nd Street
:
Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel M. Levin
and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Levin
and sons Harvey, Alan and Gayle
Mr. and Mrs Gilbert Levine
and sons Jerry and Randy
Mr and Mrs. Murray I Levine,
Jack, Jonathan. Felicia Beth
and Jeffrey
\
Mr and Mrs. Ray Levine
and Family
1
Mr and Mrs. Sidney Leviton
and Family

Mr. and Mrs. Murray Levrant
and children Howard and Debbie
'
Mrs. Minna Krams
and Family
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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Krefeti
nd Family of
4735 Orduna Drive
Mr. and Mrs. Saul K rongotd
and Family
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lelchuk
and son Steven
Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Lepielfer
and Family
\ 1 .
Molly and Gus Kurland
Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Kushner
and Family
A H.. \
Mr. and Mrs S. H Leslie,
David, Rodney, John,
Renee and Marc

Mr. and Mrs S. C. Levenson
and Family of 16 Island Avenue
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Mr. Edward H. Levin
A H.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Levin
and Family

A Happy .. \
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lewen
and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Lewis
and children Patty, Beth
and Susan
A M
Mr and Mrs. Hyman Lieberman,
and family
i
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Judge and Mrs. J. David Liebman
and children Laura,
Henry and Rosanna

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Mrs. Ida Liftman
and Family
\ s
Mr. and Mrs. George Linden
nd son Larry
A M... ^
Mr. and Mrs. Morns L in

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Loson
and children Dr. Leslie Phillip
Lipson, Gail and Stever Vjlf
of 5828 Alton Roaa
Cantor and Mrs. William Vt .ipson,
and Family

Mr. and Mrs. Joeeph M pton,
Mr. and Mrs. Rcna'd A Lip'on,
Debbie Sue. Couo'as 5
and Cheryl Kay
Mr. and Mrs Marshall S
Steven Matthew Jenn ft .isi
and Andrew Da> :
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel L :n
Delsie Iris and S'e>- I
Mr. and Mrs. Martin L: ::n
and Family
Dr. and Mrs Benia-"ii L:-i'iberg
and Family

Mr. and Mrs. Sam Lub)
Dr. and Mrs Frank S C e,
son Stephen, dau?h'
Shelley and Nancv
Mr. and Mrs Sam Lubl
daughter Lisa and son Sam III,
Mr. and Mrs. Chester J Luby,
daughters Cynthia and lodl
Mr. and Mrs. Charles L ittf
and Family

Mr. and Mrs. Morns L
A Hr>j
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Mr. and Mrs. Wallace N Aaer
and Family
Dr. and Mrs. Irwin H. Makovsky
nd Randy
I
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Louis and Frances Rose Marie,
and Dick Makovsky
of 8333 Harding Ave. Miam i*""
.
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Friday, September 16. 1966
{ ainic group vitally concerned with every single
ttgmeat of communal life, Jewish and non-Jewish.
Jewish provincialism is archaic Judaism, because
its age-old universal message cannot be confined
10 one area of life. The Biblical and prophetic
message has always been multidimensional, touch-
ing upon the gamut of all the challenge life offers
and the problems daily living presents.
Birth and death, tragedy and joy, family serv-
ice and vocational counseling, rehabililation and
higher standards of living, Jewish education and
.It-wish living, marital counseling and the alarm-
ing divorce rate, Russian Jewry and the State of
Israel, Yeshhot, Jewish youth and senior citizens.
interfaith and intrafaith relations, and more __ all
these fall within the purview of rabbinic leader
.ship and therefore the Rabbinical Association.
Expending Much Effort
One can therefore find our rabbis active in
almost every facet of communal life, expending
much time and effort far beyond the call of their
(onj-regational duties. A list ot our committees
reflects the multi faceted concerns of the Associ-
ation: Communication television and radio;
The Jewish Floridian, and its weekly Rabbinical
Association page; Federation and CJA; Bureau
(if Jewish Education; Vaad Makovod and Rabbinic
Welfare; Jewish Community Relations; B'rith
Milan Board: Interfaith: Public Schools and the
l.wish Community: Rabbinical Beth Din: Chap-
laincy Advisory Commiltee; Rabbinic and Syna-
gogue Standards; Dade County Youth Committee.
>s previously announced, the Association in
conjunction with the Federation launched a new
*'JmM HcridUan
Page 7-3
chaplaincy program and elected Rabbi Solomon
Schiff as coordinator of Chaplaincy activities.
B'rith Milah Board
Realizing the need for standardizinR B'rith
Milah circumcision practices and licensing mo-
halim the Association, in cooperation with local
physicians and hospitals, is establishing a B'rith
Milah Board.
One of the Association's most successful en-
deavors is the area of communication vis-a-vis
television, radio and The Jewish Floridian. Please
note the following programs which have been en-
thusiastically received by the entire community
and rated high by professionals:
Television:
Every Sunday morning 10 a.m.. The Still
Small Voice on Ch. 7; and 11 a.m. The Worship
Hour on Ch. 10.
Every Tuesday night, 9:30 to 10:30 p.m.. (note
change), Man to Man, on Ch. 2.
On Radio:
On radio, the rabbinical message van be heard
on VVGBS at 7:30 a.m., and rabbinical interview
on WKAT on Sunday at 9:10 p.m.
Lastly, as a body composed of rabbis from
all forms of Judaism, we postulate the universal
Jewish ideal of "Ahavath Yisrael" and "Achduth
Ylsrael" the love of one Jew for his co-religion-
ist, and the need for a united Israel. Our theologj
may be poles divergent, but our belief in the
peoplehood of Israel, religiously, culturally and
even socially, is preeminent and prerequisite to
the survival and preservation of the American
Jewish communitv.
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Mr. and Mrs. David Mank
and Family
. ".(:> relatives ami friends
A Happy and Prosperous \iu 1 ear
Mr. ond Mrs. Sidney Margulies
and Family
: i their relatives and friend*
A Ha;;-. ,n\I Prosperous Heu Teat
Mr. and Mrs. Mac D. Marks
and Family
i and friends
A Happv am! Prosperous Heu Yeai
Vr. and Mrs. Aaron Medow
and sons
'.: elaiues and frit id<
A Ha P oiu V '' 1 !'
Mr. and Mrs. Max Meisel,
Lewis. Tobi, Steven,
Rachel Ann, Beth Paula and Bill
;i tl ts and frie
P \ II 1 i..'
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Meyer
add children Norman and
Richard Rosen
':' Hires and J
AH. .. | i1 .. terotu NJeu 1
Mr. and Mrs. Moses Meyer
and Family
h then elatn es ami friend*
A Happy and Prosperous Hew 1...
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Meyerson
and daughters Linda and Wendy
h. then > A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Mickelson,
Joan Louise, Mori Beth and
Weslee and Michael Krissel
leisii their relatives and friends
^A Happy and Prosperous Heu- Year
Mrs. Bertram Miller
and Family
u'ix/i rlinr relatives am! friends
A Happy ami Prosperous .\i Yeai
Mr. and Mrs. Howard H. Miller
and children Michael, Ronald,
Gary and Marcy
wish rlieir relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew 1 ear
Lena and Joe Minties
and Family
wish r/inr relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \eu Year
Mrs. Fanny Mirchin
and Family
wish their relatives ami friends
A Happy ami Prosperous Hew Yeai
Mr. Samuel and Rose Coleman
Mitlitiky
wish their friends
*\ Happy and Prosperous \tii Year
Mr. and Mrs. Nick Morley
and Son
wish then relatives ami friends
A Happy an I P isperous Keif Yeai
-M-
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Morrison, Jr.
and children Ricky and Larry
U'tsh then relatives and friends
A Happ and P \Yn 1 tat
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Moss,
Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Moss and Hugh
wish then relatives and J lends
A Hi ;/ and I' \i "1 eai
Mr. and Mrs. John Myers of
149S0 N.E. 6th Place, North Miami
U'isl Hives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Kenneth M. Myers
U'ishe. his relatives and fnends
A ll.ipp\ and Prosperous Hew 1 ear
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers
and Family
:. h their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew feat
-TV-
Mr. and Mrs. Julian H. Nacron
and children Rosemary and Robert
u'ish their relatives ami friends
A H^pp\ and I' Hew tear
Mr. and Mrs. George Nathanson
and son Arthur
U'ish their relatives ami friends
A Happy and Prosperous H*w Year
Mrs. Lillian Nelson
and Family
u'ish theft relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Judge and Mrs. T. R. Nelson
and Family
u'ish their relatives ami friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nusinow
and Family
of Morton Towers
until their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Dr. and Mrs. S. Nussbaum
and Family
wish their relatives anil friends
A Happy and Prosperous NJew Year
-o-
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Odell
and sons Wesley, Jonathan, James
wish then- relatives ami friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew tear
Mrs. Morris Orlin
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \Vi<- Year
-P-
Bernie and Grace Pallant
and children and grandchildren
u'ish their relatives and fnends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
P-
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pardo
and children Michele,
Alissa, Jeffrey and Stevan
U'ish their relatn <- and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \,- Year
Mr. and Mrs. Max A. Parness
and dae.-jhter Sheila Rae
ch their relatn es and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ 1 ,.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Pascoe
A Happy and P Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Paul
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew 1 ear
Mr. and Mrs. Howard N. Pelzner
and Family
.: lids
A H..- .. id P Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Pepper
and Family
:. :-'i their ii.'.
A H./v. and !' ', 1 ...
Mrs. David Phillips
i< ishes <;< ie\aU\ es ..;.! fneuds
A Happy and Prosperous \ Tea
Dr. and Mrs. David G. Pinosky
and children Sammy and Susie
U'ish their relatives an,I friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Poliner
and Family
wisli their relatives ami fri<
A Happ\ and Prosperous X>'u- Year
Mr. Morris R. Ponitiman and
children. Randy, Rebecca
and Linda
ii :>li their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. David Ponve
wish their friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Pred
and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Newman
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous V-ic Tea'
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Preuss
and children Daniel, Arthur,
Ronnie, Mindy and Joan
u'ish their relatives ami friends
A Happy and Prospe ous \Vn Year
Dr. and Mrs. Emanuel Pushkin
and Family
wish their relatives ami friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous Xeu feat
-R- -R-
-R-
Mr. and Mrs. J. Rabin
and Family
of 350- 75th Street, Miami Beach
wish their relatives and fnends
A Happy ami Prospe ous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rabin
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happx and Prosperous \ew Tear
Grand Rabbi and Mrs. I. Rabinowicz
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Year
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Raduns
and children
wish then relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Xeu- Year
Mr. and Mrs. Morton Raisen
and Family
wish iheir relatives ami friends
A Happy and PriMperuni Heu- Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Rand
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A llappy and Prosperous Hew tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Rashin
and Family
:i ish theft relatives ami friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Max Raskin,
of Camelot Hall
and Family
ii ish their relatives ami friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ratner
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \Yu Year
Mrs. Eva Reece and
Muriel Naurison
U'idi their relatives ami friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Don Reiff
and children Ellen, Beverly,
David and Brian
> i and | riends
A Happy and Prosperous Heu Year
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard
and Family
iiis rlatiees and fi lends
A Happ; and Prosperous .\en 1 ..
Bert Reinhardts
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous Xeu lea'
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. Reiser
and Family
U'isl datives and 11 lends
A Happ. and Prospe oils \c:< Year
Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Reisman
and Family of
4115 Toledo St., Coral Gables
u'ish their relatives ami friends
A ; i...- .. d P ispi dim Heu "I ear
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph ReKant
and children Kenneth, Stephen
and Rita
:. ./i their 'i ; friends
AH I I' osperous Hew "1
Rabbi and Mrs. Harold Richter
wish then relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Heu 1
Dr. and Mrs. Julian Rickles
wish their relatives ami friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew 1 ear
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rieger
and Family
Wish then relatives and jriemi.
A Happy and Prosperous \eir 1 car
Dr. and Mrs. Harry Rimer,
daughters Andria and Linda
wish their relatives and friends
A Happs, ami Prosperous \eu Tear
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Rivise
wish tlieii relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Xeu- Year
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Robbins
and Family
ii: -;! then relatives ami frit ids
A Happy and Prosperous \ Yet
Sonia Robbins
wishes hei relatives ami friends
A H..pp. and Prosperous \i-ir Year

Mr. and Mrs. Lester Rogers
wish then relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jacques Roher
and Family
ii :.!: their relatives and friends
A II.-i : id Pros/i \ u 1 tii
Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Rose
and Family
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \eu Year
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rosen
and sons Harvey and
Alan Frishman
wish their relanrei anil friendi
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. David Rosen
and children Michael and Larry
wish their relatives and f'lends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mr*. Leonard Rosen
and Family
u-di ilieir relatives am! friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosenberg
and sons Jeffrey, Eric,
Adam and Howard
of 11036 Monfero Street
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Xeu- Yedt
Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Rosenber?
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Xeu Teat
Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Rosenblatt
and Family
u-.'h their relatives am! friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Te^r
Dr. and Mrs. Morton Rosenbluth
and children Hal and Cheri
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Xeu- Year
Mr. and Mrs. Henry D.
Rosengarten and
Mrs. Baila Goldsmith
2130 SW 15th Street, Miami
wish theii relatives and frien
A Happy and Prosperous Heu Year
Dr. and Mrs. Albert E. Rosenthal
and Family
:. -Ii i/u ir relatii and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. David Rosenthal
of 912 N.W. 80th Street
wish their relatives and
A Happy and P New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Rosentrauci
and Family
u ch thi latives and j >>!
A Happy Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Barrett Rothenberg
and children Larry, Lori and Mtr'i
u '-Ii tin nds
A H.. P us V Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Max Rubin
and sons Chuck and Ross
u'ish [heir relatives and
A H-rr\ and Prosperous S.ew 1 r
-s-
Mr. Irving Saal
hi.hi. In. relatives and friends
A / li pfi and Prospi \[en Tear
Mrs. Haiti Safir
and Family
ici.lt :lii ...::,...:: '\:i
A Happs and Prosperous V I
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sager
and children JoAnn, Eddie
and Sheldon
wish :lie;' relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew tear
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice A. Sager
and Family
:.li their relatives and friend..
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Saifman
and Family
ii :.!i their relatives and (riends
A Happy and Prosperous ,\eu "liur
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Samach
and Family
i< :.h then relatives and I i*
A Happv and Prosperous \nr It if
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Samowitz
and Family
ii i.'i their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sandier
and Family
u'ish rhiir relatives ami friends
A Happ\ and P r\{ev feat
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sara
and children, Serena Ester
and Jason Joel
ii ish their relatives and ends
A Happy and Prosperous N]ew Yeaf
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schachter
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \iti Tear



Fcce3 3
Jen ist FkrH&r
Friday, September 16, iggg
vaxan .
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s-
A*r. and Mr*. Melvin Scharfer
and Family
V 1 .--
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schatzman
V Yea
M'. and Mr$. Saul $ and Family

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Mri Herbert E. Scher
and Family
V Yea>
Mir. and Mr*. Phillip Schiff
Hid children Judi and Jamas
RiiBi and Mrs. Milton Schlinsky
c' Temple Adath Yeshurun
- ; : V N ...
Mr. and Mrs Ale* Schneidman
Tmi
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Schonreld
and Family
V-. and Mrs. Marvin S. Schreiber
and children Soryl Beth. Myron
and Nussy
-.--... \.-:. 1 Mf
tfl, ind Mrs Seymour Schulner
and Family
.....
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Schwarti
er>C caugh'e-s Oeanne and Marlene
\ Ye*t
V' and Mrs. Joseph Schwedron
and Family
: -.- .
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Mr and Mrs. Sol Schwarrt
and Family of
5010 S.W lst Avenue
-.-- v_ rt
M- and Mrs. Louis Schwartrman
and children Linda and
Barrtert David
: _
Mr and Mrv Nathan Sedlik
and Family
% V 1 .. -
Mr. and Mrv Ira Segal
.-W children Natalie Janet
and Alan
- -.-..
v- and M-v Joseph S. Segal
and Family
At. arvs Mrs. A,ben Se jc

-and Mrs. Sa*ml Seaman
- ear
ana Marx>a laMsMf
and **' Aiaft. B*r->
' -
Or a Mrv jec* SarWaai
an* *a-N
- st- tj: i .-. .-^4*
Neat Tarn
n t j.i -. s+*
aaaal F pan ate
~>r-
" an) n^ .*- tape* V
Mr and Mrs. Lewis I Serbin
and Family
\ Year
Marilyn and Seymour Shafran
and children Renee Patti,
Wendy and David
\
Mr and Mrv Irving Shalom
A Hj Yti*
Mr. and Mrs. Irving 5'nankin
\
Mr and Mrv Isidore Shantxis
V 1 .-
Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Shantzis
and Family
.. I -...--.. ..- :.:'.
.A Ha \
Mr. and Mrv Robert Shapiro
and children, Daniel, Jonathan
and Adam
A Happy ... \r Tea
Mr. and Mrv Theodore Shapiro
and Elaine
.- -:.. :
A Happy and ."- .; \.-.. Teat
Mr. and Mrv Henry H. Sheeger
and Family
-..:-.---:. '.:-
\eu- Trai
Mr. and Mrv
Jack and Barbara Siegel
1 .
Mr. and Mrv Joseph Siegel
A Happy and I \... T
Mr. and Mrs. Max R. Silver
and sons David and Ira
and daughter Gail
I .- ..: i : and --..:.
A Happy \
Mr. and Mrv Morris Silver
and son Ted
l -'. -......rndh
A Happ and h .-.- w \... 1 ._-
Mr. and Mrv Samuel Silver
A Happy and P -.-- -. V:.. 1 -^
Mr. and Mrs. Benedict Silverman
and children Jill and Jonathan
S 1 :-
Mr. and Mrv Charles Simon
and Family
.
A Hal
Mr. and Mrv David Simon
and Family
. i
I \
Mr. J. D. Simon
\ Hap: -
*\ -
Mr and Mrv Murray M Simon
and Family
- .
A Hap: -. \ .-- 1 ear
Mr. ana) Mrv Harry Samoohorf
A .-'.--- \.-. 1 eat
Mr an* Mrv Harry Sirkin
and Faaa*ry
- mat Mrv. L *m
a-d tinea n Lory and t

~vi \ r- 1 rar
AJCommittee Eyes its Programs
By MRS. CHARLES FINKELSTEIN, President
Greater Miami Chapter
American Jewish Committee
BERSONS normally articulate and sophisticated
felt that their customary savoir-faire and ease
of speech was cone, tolerance for stress was re-
duced These symptoms are attributed to
travelers who suffer the time-lapse syndrome pro-
duced by ;,et tra\el from one continent to another.
The same symptom, however, might apply to a
people who are caught up in the time-lapse of
social change striving toward the destination of
equality which should have been reached 300
years ago
In an age which places man with an artificial
heart on the threshold of the moon, even the
accelerated pace of technology and science Is chal-
lenged by the pace of social change reaching out
to the corners of the earth
Challenge to Program
To define and clarify the need for change, to
translate the need into action, and to pave the
way with understanding is the goal of American
Jewish Committee In this, the 60th year since
Its founding in 1906. the American Jewish Com-
mittee through its chapters in 20 cities and the
Institute of Human Relations in New York con-
tinues its program toward man"s understand-
in| of his fellow mar. "
The program of AJC is wide and varied and
includes those issues concerned with people and
their relationships one to the other the people
of the L'nited States and of France, of Israel and
Russia, of South America and Spain and Italv _
wherever there is injustice and oppression.
The challenge to the chapters of American
Jewish Committee, and thus to the Greater V
Chapter, is a threefold challenge, that of dealing
with the human relations concerns of thi-
munity of conducting programs and activities
related to these concerns, to bring into fix
the people of this community the concern i
Jews f other lands and the proeran -
Foreign Affairs Department of American '
Committee which has offices in Rome. Tel Avh
Paris, Bu-no Aires. Rio de Janeiro and repre
sentatives in many other cities of Europe and
South America; and finally, through the programs
of the Jewish Communal Affairs Department, to
confront the questions of "Jewish Identity and
Jewish Survival "
The Greater Miami Chapter i> located in the
Dupont Plaza Center in downtown Miami There
in a suite of offices which is well-known and often
visited by representatives of all segment-, of the
community who seek the resources of its human
relations library of pamphlets and book> ami the
consultation and guidance of its staff, the actii
reach out not only throughout Dade County, but
-s-
Mrv Paul Sobel
and Helen
iru .-.-. and
A :i~rr-- _-^- P- -r-- :. \-- 1 ?--
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Solloway
and Family
iru .:'.-._
A Happy .. \... I tat
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Solnick
and Family of
671 Jann Avenue
:. : rrr :.-:< and fnn
A .-;_.-.- P ... \? Tea*
s-
Mr. Leo L. Steinman
and Family
u eii rt am ti and friends
A Happ and P \ < .. Tear
Mr. and Mrv Irving Steinlauf
:, :':--' I friend
A Happ and f- -r:- -..- \. .
Mrv Albert Solo
and children Charles and Debi
:-: -; and fnends
.\ Happ i Pi -: .. Vu 1 mi
Mr. and Mrv Sam Solomon
-
.*. Happ I'- -r- .. \, 1 r_-
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Stepkin
and Family
- rrtaai ? and .-
A Ha d '- -r-.-. \
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold J. Stern
and Family
rrr -:-:: \ mii
A Happ: ; P" Ktu Test
Mr. and Mrv Alfred Stone
and Family
:. i :n rrUtnri and .-
A Hapf -. ':'- -.- u \eu 1 tat
Mr. and Mrv Irvine C. Spear
and Family
-._:. _- -::.
A Ha '. 1 mi
Mr and Mrv Julius apector
and Family
- .. N r..-
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stone
and Family
uii relatives and jnenii
Pi -:- : \... % _-
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Spector
and children, Jimmy Bennett
Eunice Michael and Kevin
; ----- .....- v.
Mrv Shoshannah Spoctor
A ---:
Mr and Mrv Martin Spilka
and Family
-1 S l -
Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Z. Stadlan
and Family: Adinah and Carmi.
Mrv Sarah Bianco and sons
Nathan and Dany. Dr. and Mrs.
fcSM M. Stadlan and
arts Doron. Carm, and Ms
* MU Bay Rood
r-3> -1 liar 'n ..jj
Sara and Philip Straus
A Hj \. 1 ji
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Strom
and Family
\ Happ\ and P
Mr, and Mrs. William Sturman
and children Anne and Eilene
\rar 1 .--
Mr. and Mrv George Sugerman
and Family
'
. \ 1
Dr. and Mrv Jerome Summer*
and children Vickie and Leslie
\ Teew
Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Sussman
and Family
.- -.- i,
A Happ ti Pi wpei a \<* 1
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Mr. and Mrs. Jack Swerdlin
and Family
irun tfceir rclai
A Happy
Mr. Sanford M Swerdlin
-
rr.v and P'ojr
T-
Mr. and Mrv Jerome Taft
and Family
- I
A Happy a \tu Tmi
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tannen
and Family
.-. Happy j- : Pi --- \
Mr. and Mrs. Max Temchin
and Family
Tmi
Mr. and Mrv Sam Tendler
and Family
\ H -
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Tobir
and children Andrew
Lorraine and Edward
---:..
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Mr. and Mrv Abraham Topol
Mr. Manol Strssman
nd Famitv
- ittm -eii m m -.:'
A H?.-\ j3.d Ptiapimu \.-. Teas
Mr. end Mrs. Mat Sxawan
* ---: --* P-aspc-jaB \r T,
A ^i."-' Pi h \. Teas
tr^wt Sbe>
* -- : ; \r
Mr. and Mrv. Rafcort I. Svssman
* *M^BM*tj>rf ftr>rvj
Anae and Mercia
- ->r i.
A -" rVaagintu Jjew Ye
Mr. and Mrv Maa Swart,
and Family
mm
\ i Tear
Mr. and Mrv Samuel Traung

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Mr. and Mrv Joseph Tucker
and Family
A Happy a
.'I
Mrv Faye Tupler
and Family
.- ;
.*. Happy j-.i \t I ::
Mr. and Mrv ftornard Tytell
and chrldroti Mark Philip
and Oata-yl Sue
A Hapan .-. Piapn \-- Tew
i
Untarman
tnak r-- ?.;.! and
A Napaw *mi PaHprniii K Yut
-V-
/arat '
Mr. and Mrv aAorron Va
and en.Wren Cneryl. La.i
aaadaVndy
ir-. B ;-- tndl
A Happy a-si ftmmptmmi Sen 1""


Friday. September 16, 1966
vJewislh nor id/fan
Page 9-B
Mrs. Charles Finkelstein, president of the
Greater Miami Chapter, American Jewish
Comml'.tee, meets with Morris Abram, na-
tional president, at an AJCommittee meet-
ing recently in Washington.
into B" ard and Palm Beach County and other
areas of the State.
Problem* of Social Chang*
Tr> frogram of this chapter is one which is
relevanl to the problems of the community the
problems of the social change which is essential
if the .soals of American Jewish Committee and
the goals of our democracy are to become a reality.
The issues facing the Greater Miami Chap-
ter and all of Dade County are not unique ones
- they are reflected throughout our country. The
challenge of finding successful solutions involves
the Committees of the chapter in projects of edu-
cation, employment, housing in social discrim-
ination and extremism. The goals of equal oppor-
tunity sought by American Jewish Committee in-
clude all minorities Jew, Negro. Cuban, Puerto
Rican
The quest for identity is an integral part of
social change as minority groups become more a
part of our pluralistic society, and the problem is
no less for the Jew than for other ethnic and re-
ligious groups.
Nemo-Jewish relations. Jewish-Christian rela-
tions, Jewish Catholic relations all these are
significant and meaningful questions which must
be dealt with by this community and American
Jewish Committee
Officers of the Greater Miami Chapter include
Mrs Charles H. Finkelstein, president; Dasid B.
Fleeman, honorary president; Alfred Boas. Alvin
Cassel, Dr. Joseph R. Narot, vice presidents; Rob-
ert I. Shapiro, secretary; Myron M. Behrman, fi-
nancial secretary; R. W. Apte, treasurer: Ira E.
Mogul, associate treasurer; Baron de Hirsch Meyer,
Dr. Joseph M. Weidberg, Leo Robinson, Judge
Harold B. Spaet, Col. Nathan B. Rood, past pres-
idents; Dr. Samuel Z. Jafee, Broward County Sec-
tion chairman; Mrs. Philip Weinstein Jr.. co-
chairman.
- V-
Mt.Gilbert A. Viola
relative! and (nends
.. ..'. Prosperous Hew Tear
M>. Jos* Lis Vitkinas
of 17S1 Collins Avenue
relative! a>- I friends
\ ;(.::: ..' Prosperous \Vw Y<-ar
Mr. and Mrs. Joel J. Vogel
j.nd sons Steven,
hc-ard and Kenneth
:< relative] and friends
A Har; .. :.l Prosperous Nw tear
- w-
Mr. end Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub
and Mrs. Jsidon Cohen
wish their relatives and \ne<-..U
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. William A. Weintraub
Paula and Abner
wish their relatives and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous New Tear
- w-
Mr. and Mrs. William L. Waller,
Roberta and Hal
i,:,-. rlatives and fnends
\ !:'...: ,i Prosperous New Tear
Mr. t'x Mrs. Philip Warshaw
and Family
- re'.atu e\ and friends
A Har: :d P- ..... Hew Tear
MM, Matilda Washton
:e-s her fnen '
. .d Prosperous Hew Year
Mis. Rebecca Wasser
of Victor Hotel
:es her friend*
.\ Haj,- .,! Pr ',;' ".. New Year
Mi. Sidney Wasserman
and Family
:<:'. :.-..: relatives and friend*"
A HapJ _:d Prosperous New Tear
Mr. enc Mrs. Murray B. Weil
and Family
.. .-. [hi rr!jrr SJ i friends
A Happ-. and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Weiss
and Family
Wish their relatives ana1 friends
A Happ) J'i.1 Prosperous \ew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Weiss,
Stuart, Marty, Julie
and grandson Mark K.
of 4820 Orduna Drive
wish tlieir relatives anJ friends
A Happv -1"'' Prosperous -N''u' Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Weiss
and cfiildren Judy and Danny
uisli their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New 1'ear
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Weiss
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous New Year
Mr. inc Mrs. Morris Weinberger
and Family
wish thr.r relatives anJ friends
A Happ .J Prosperous New Tear
Mi. and Mrs. Morton L.
Weinberger and children
Marc. Barnett and Cindy of
7775 S.W. 125th Terrace
wish their relatues and friends
A Happ-. :J Prosperous \'eu' Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Carl W.inkle
Wish their relatives ar.d friends
A Happ and Prosperous New Tear
Or. and Mrs. I. Newton Weinkl*
end daughter Romelle
wish t';r.r relatives and fnendj
A Happ- ,.:d Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jereme Weinkl*
and Family
wish tfiesr relatives and friends
A Happ-. and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weinstein
and sens Stuart and Michael
wish theft relatives and friends
A Happ and Prosperous H'U' Tear
Mr. end Mrs. Herman Weintraub
wish ir;:.r relatives and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Sam Weissel and Family of
1432 Trillo Avenue
wish their relative* ant friends
A Happv "'! Prosperous; New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Wepman
and Family
wish their relative* and friend*
A Happv and Prosperous New Year
Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Weston
and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. Krama
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis A. Bonell
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happv ami Prosperous NW Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Irving L. Wexler
and Family
urish their friend*
A Happv a.ui Prosperous New Year
Dr. and Mrs. William Wickman
and sons
wish their relative, and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Arme Wlesen
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy anJ Prosperous New Tear
4Ar. and Mrs. Benjamin Winick
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Bm*iHel Wlnltsky
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Fred Wirkeff
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous New Tear
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Mr. and Mrs. Isidor D. Wolf
and Family
With their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Max Wolfman,
Ernest, Lilla and Children
Claire, Max and Neil, Stanley,
Marilyn and son David
wish their relative* and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New "I far
Mrs. Ernie Woolfe
and Family
A Happy jnd Prosperous New Tear
ipuiuj pup .ujr>|j.i iiiifl ijni.h
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wulkan
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv jnd Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs.
Isidore (Al) Wurmbrand
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
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Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Yesner
and children Alan Jay
and Judith Marcia
Wish their relative* and fnen,Is
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
z-
Dr. and Mrs. Sanford Zahler,
Pamela, Scott, and Jonathan
Wish their relative* and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. William Zahler
With their relative* and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New "tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zalis
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Zalis
and children Sharon and Lori
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Zalka
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. Nat Z.Ik, and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew fear
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Zertxer
and daughter Kimmie Joy
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Zilbert
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Dor.n Zinner
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
A Happy New Year
May your blessings each year
continue to increase
in a world of abundance,
good fellowship, and peace.
Jennie Grossinger
with the blessings of f^eace,
sjlealth and ARLENE and LARRIE BLASBERG
MRS. LILLIAN BLASBERG
OUR WISH IS FOR PEACE TO THE WORLD
DURING THE COMING YEAR 5727!
MR. and MRS. SIMON WOLFF
ALL GOOD WISHES FOR YOUR HEALTH
AND HAPPINESS FOR THE COMING YEAR
Mr. A- >lrs. IBrrii.irri II. Kaplan
and .l'H
NEW YEAR GREETINGS from
Leonard O. Weinstein, Constable
407 LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
May this New Year
Bring to all Friends
Peace of Mind. Good Health,
and Happiness, with the
Blessings of Time.
Yetta and Leon
APRIL
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Mr. and Mrs. Menroe Zipp
and children Wafcsrt, Richard,
Alan, Susan and Pawl
wish their relatives and fnendj
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. morris Zipper
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel ZHner
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
PROFESSOR and MRS
GARY I. SALZMAN
and Family
wish their relatives
and friends
a Happy New Year
Oorieie *J. eiwitti
end spsvn Viet atli
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperou. New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Zlotolow
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear


7-aqe 10-B
+Jewisi> nmridHnr,
Friday, September 16, 1963
QALL
THE
BISCAYNETERRACE
340 Biscayne Boulevard Miami, Florida
FACING BISCAYNE BAY
"WNftf THt STARS AND HtAVlH JOIN YOUR rtSTIVITItS"
AT THE BEAUTIFUL NEWLY DECORATED & ENLARGED
.STARLIGHT II AM ROOM
SEATING UP TO 400
if WEDDINGS if CONFIRMATIONS
* BANQUETS if RECEPTIONS
* LUNCHEONS if MEETINGS
CATERING
Strictly Kosher fmcilitif Aymilmble Vndir Supervision of
RABBI TIBOR H. STERN
. Miss SHIRLEY, Catering Manager, FR 9-3792
PI
f/ Tflf.
For you "/to can afford the best
offer* superb cater inn
in sumptuous settings.
DORAL HOTEL ONTHEOCEAN
DORAL HOTEL a COUNTRY CLUB MIAMI
TELEPHONE MR DAViO KOVAC 532-3600
aSS*****
Have that
luslness Meeting,
Banquet, or
Special Occasion

You'll find complete
facilities to exactly satisfy
your needs in the Kismet,
Aladdin, Scheherazade and
Rubaiyat Rooms, be it for a
wedding or a private party I
It tH
for Inform attom
HAZEL ALLISON
Coloring Director,
JE 1-6061
Steth Si. Collins Avo.
New Year Greetings to the Jewish Community from
D. A. ROLFE and the
.11 IICIIOHO
96 MIRACLE MILE
HOOK SHOP
CORAL GABLES
A Happy New Year A Happv New Home
(306 ARAGON AVE.' on or about Oct. 1
ALLEGRO MUSIC HOUSE
292 ARAGON AVE (Opp. Bus Terminal)
' Everything 'or the Mjsioan
Sheet Music Instruments Repairs Instruction
CLASSIC MUSIC LIBRARY A SPECIALTY
Special Music Orders Solicited Alan Reskin
Phone HI 4-8181
JVS Programs for Our Community
Continued from Page IB
at law. we always wish to be certain that we are
continuing to serve each and every member of
our Jewish community who needs our services.
As a result of broadening our service base,
on January 1, 1906. JVS became a beneficiary
agency of the United Fund, and is now benefitting
from a share in L'nited Fund dollars, as it has over
the years received a share of Federation dollars.
Reexamining Needs
After our first experience in Federally sup
ported projects, we reexamined the vocational
needs of the Miami community to determine where
our agency's services could best be used in the
future. It was obvious that a great deal could
and needed to be done with regard to the person
whose job skills no longer could keep up with
the needs of the job market. Fortunately, our
exploration in this field and the Federal Govern-
ment's concern went hand-in-hand.
Thus, when the Office ot Economic Oppor-
tunity created the local Anti-Poverty Program,
commonly known as EOPI. JVS was the first vol-
untary agency within Dade County to enter into
a contract with the program. Our project is for
the pre-vocational training of the economically
and culturally disadvantaged. Our original grant
from EOPI was in excess of S200.000, which was
to cover our work in the field for a period of 12
months. Our local community contribution to this
program was only 10 percent of this amount. Most
of the persons served under this project are Negro
JVS is pleased to be making this meaningful con
tribution to eliminate a prime source of discriir
ination.
We at JVS are mindful of the problems in
Watts and elsewhere and know that the greatest
cause for unrest in densely populated Negro areas
is the lack of ready employment, caused in turn
by poor education, lack of job training and the like.
However, these handicaps need not be permanent
JVS is in the business of aiding handicapped peo
pie. In aiding this group we are probably contrir
uting more to the general community wellbeinj;
than any other single service that we can rendei
Second Year
Thus, we are now at work with some 200 per
sons gising pre vocational training, basic remedial
education (reading, writing, and arithmetic), job
counseling, on-thejob training, and job placement
We anticipate at least a second year of this pri -
gram.
If there is any truth to the oft-mentioned
report of growing anti-Semitism among Negroes,
perhaps more articulation of our agency's conscioun
effort to solve basic problems confronting th-
Negro would go a long way toward bankin:
these fires
As we examine the remainder of our program
New Year Greetings
To The Entire
Jewish Community
J&M
BARBER SHOP
9504 Harding Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
Happy New Year To All
VIDALE
ROOFING
2630 S.W. 79th Ave.
REROOFING
LEAKS REPAIRED
Dial CA 1-4976
Happy New Year To All
To Our Friends and Patrons
Jim Wood
Land Clearing
3085 N.W. 54th STREET
Ph. 635-6102
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ONLY ^-
ONE
'ontainebleau
CM* MR. if stir PA.tr
CAMQUfT MANASI*
JEMarao* tun
MIAMI
For Very Special Occasions,


THE
Diplomat
S** I cry KJTappu
-/ \ ew IJcnr ro ^>4ll
For rcwrvatfons. call 045-9571 in Miami, or WA Mill in Hollywood
HOLLYWOOD-BV-THE-SEA
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Friday. September 16, 196G
* Jvnist MrridHan
Page 11 B
Honorary President Sam Heiman, Executive
Director Dr. Michael Goodman, and Lloyd
L. Ruskin, past president, display "slogan"
of JVS, which uses its services to place the
right person on the right job.
I years later," we see thai in depth, scope,
id impact it too has grown enormously:
In career counseling we have added .1 new
We now cooperate with VA in running a
mce and counseling center serving some 300
ns annually, JVS is one of onlj two agencies
Florida t<> be selected to operate 1 his type of
0 -i am,
Unprecedented Growth
We are presently involved in a cooperative
with t he Social Security Program, one of
ten agencies throughout the entire nation so in-
volvcd. Here our work consists of evaluating those
persons claiming disability benefits under social
security to determine whether or not they can
return to regular employment, and. If so, what
jobs they would best be suited for.
Our cooperative program with the Florida
State Division of Vocational Rehabilitation has
grown by leaps and bound- over the past several
years Lasl year, we evaluated some 200 clients, and
I hi- scar we expect to complete 2,")ll such cvalu-
at nns. Most of these evaluations result in the
placement of the client in regular industry after
counseling and re-training. It i- interesting to note
m this connection that many of the persons served
under this pro-ram. which is basically paid for
by the state of Florida, would have otherwise
been served by our agency directly out of com-
munity dollars were it not for this cooperative
effort
Sheltered Work Shop
We are just beginning our cooperative effort
with the Florida Industrial Commission, making
evaluations and providing vocational readjustment
to persons disabled as a result of accidents sus
lained in the course of their employment.
While we have been expanding our program,
we have never lost sight of the fact that, unfor-
tunately, there are many among us who will
never be able actively to seek employment in the
outside labor market, but v. bo must aivvavs remain
a resident m some sheltered work environment.
lor these people we have continued to maintain
Continued on Page 12-B
GREETINGS
from
FABRICSVILLE
Fabrics Notions
Trimmings
11686 N.W. 7th AVE.
- 688-6321 -
Rosh Hashona Greetings to the
Jewish Community in South Florida
}|1 < Vf -nillAH. H.01IDA
TU7-2697
2891 W. 4th Avenue, Hialeah


S.nik.i Coffee tastes as good as
or hotter than your usual coffee.
And it's')"', caffeinfree.
So. dt ink it.enjov it in good health.
It's 100' real eoffeo, IOO.
Only the cal'lein has been removed.
And calkin ;.dds no flavor to. in> cupof coffee.
Comes instant and pound.
Another tine product ot General Foods.
CERTIFIED ROSHER-PARVE
*^/\cw L/Jcar i^ji-cctincj?
The Best Renault Ever
The Renault 10
RENAULT

si;i7 ivo.i:.
Diamond Motors, Inc.
2190 S.W. 8th St. Phone 373-5436
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
KOSHER BEVERAGES
CHERRY -:- RASPBERRY
CLUB SODA -:- GINGER ALE
and all Flavors
AVAILABLE EVERYWHERE
GREETINGS FROM GUESS WHO?
DORAL .\m.i:s is \Ki:m
WE'RE BACK! NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS
2532 Ponce de teon Blvd., Coral Gables Phone 446-9159
KPSHR ZION
SAUSAGE COMPANY
OF CHICAGO
WISHES OUR MANY FRIENDS .
innzm>:m> mo*
DAVID MANASTER,
ill Product* V I mliT St rirt I *. 4'.ini'rinmii I
m I ii s pvr t i itn ii ti il t i i It ,,,!,> \
-^^ Rabhinical Supervision,
KP5H6R2ION
SAUSAGE COMPANY OF CHICAGO
AT LU0MG BMCOIItS. RISTMIRMTS. Bf UCUTKSENS 1 SUPtRMMKETS


^^^^
Page 12-B
*Jcnist> The r adieur
Friday, September IS. lSEf ^
HAPPY NEW YEAR
and BEST WISHES TO ALL
Air Flow Aluminum Products, Inc.
7765 WEST 20th AVE HIALEAH
Dade 821-4700 Broward 525-5300
MR. RALPH G. NOVAK, President
SCREEN ENCLOSURES for POOLS, PATIO AND PORCH
ALUMINUM SCREEN DOORS
JOSEPH OF THE WAVERLY ARMS, INC.
The Complete Beauty Salon Free Doorman Parking
Open Thurs Eve. Formerly of Lincoln Road
1451 N. Bayshore Dr. Tel. FR 3-3666-7 Miami, Fla. 33132
Diagonally Opposite Jordan Marsh Parking Lot
HAFPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS
CY'S LIGHTING, INC.
514 & 516 WEST 28th ST. HIALEAH, FLA.
DOROTHY and SIMONE GROSS
also CY'S DRY CLEANING & LAUNDRY
BEST WISHES TO ALL
ALBERTS CABINET SHOP
Custom Cabinets, Office Furniture & Mica Products
ALBERTO RODRIGUEZ, Owner
4750 EAST 10th COURT, HIALEAH TEL. 681-7901
JVS Programs for Our Community
Continued from Page 11-B
i sheltered work shop on the grounds of the Jewish
Home for the Aged.
At the same time that we try to develop our
multiservice program better to serve our Greater
Miami community, we are still mindful of the fact
that what we do and what is done by otherv voca-
tional agencies in this community merely scratches
the surface. Thus, we are constantly seeking to
promote new programs, whether they involve our
agency directly or not. Further, we have recog-
nized that in our ever changing role of service.
we render meaningful contribution to the welfare
of our Jewish community by itndering i' to our
community at large.
We at JVS consider thes* an roacho< as addi
tional evidence of our maturity a.- an age re.. With
the determined effort of Dr. Michael Goodman,
our executive director, the staff, and ail the
members of our board. JVS It row on the thresh
hold of important accompli>hrrenis for our com
munity. May the next eight years find us as ready
and as willing to meet the ahaUenge, and may the
product of the future be even more meaningful
to all our community.
Bright Future for Miami's YMHA
Continued from Page 3-B
is part of a campaign of the Greater Miami VM
and WHA Development Fund which encon passes
all the "Y" programs for this area
As soon as this second North County project
is completed, we anticipate working on a similar
project for Miami Beach to provide the third such
facility for the Greater Miami area.
Expanded Programs
At all branches of the Greater Miami "Y."
I look forward to a continuation of our expanded
programs and services provided fci the CO i nunity j
at large.
The Greater Miami YMHA :.- more than mere
b\ Idlngs and programs. Th( "Y" shares th -
YMHA and Jewish Communit) I enters il [hout
the world the concept of : irtaru i the
individual. Its basic psychology .- to pi
the individual within the frai ol [roup
It provides meaningful individual relations and
support for new experience! within : !ewi-h
setting The "Y" also sent s ;.- thi home manj
organizations as well as men ;-d women in Un-
armed forces.
That is why 1 am particular]} plea->- it the
'"
o all those
of the Jewish faith
in our community
your friends at
America's Oldest Federal
extend sincere best wishes
for happiness
in the New Year.
NOW A LITTLE &ET
Of ISRAEL
COMES TO FLORIDA
CRUISE TO THE
CARIBBEAN ON THE
LUXURIOUS ,
Shalom

i First Federal Savings
AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI
W. H. Walker, Jr., Chairman
America's Oldest Federal. Largest in the South Where People Come First
DOWNTOWN LITTLE RIVFR CORAL WAV NORTH MIAMI KENDALL HOMESTEAO
100 NX 1st Ave. 300 E Flagler St. 8380 N.L 2nd Ave. 2750 S.W. 22nd St. 900 MX 125th St. Dedeland 28875 S. Federal H*.

Now yc. is' cruise on the ncest
luxury liner a'icat. the tie*
right from Pet Everglades The
atmosphere apt art) the Shaion
unioue t end ot Israeli -i
Ciribbea' e tement i l
v s : met t ;-:es as St Waarter
St Thomai San luan, Gvad
l(nt Noven-be' 17 for 9 da
January E *rr 7 day
are ft 'i '..' k mry
SAM COSiNKANZ ft ..
mix voYAiai:
TRAVEL, IXI'.
A we.-.eivioe person.'lred
tel service
1074 North Miami Beach Blvd.
North Miami Bei:h
Phone 945-7491
HlADQUtR'lKS I0R
S.S. SHALOM
CARIBBEAN CRUISES
NOV. 17, '66 JAN 6, '67
and sailing to Europe aid Israel
5 representing offices i" israel
SPlClt. FSTS in ISKAtl TOUKS
Beth Torah Congregation
SUMMER CARAVAN ta ISRAEL
for Members ond Fronds
Leaving June 30. '67 aboard the
fabulous S.S. SHAOW
under ttic leadership of
rabb: dr. max upsciitz
,

MRS. JOSEPH COURY
o\ the
METAL SCREEN CORP
emends
Holiday Greet..-. j
16300 N.W. 13th A.eoue
624-3678


fridoy. September IS, 1966
+Jewistncridrfa,r
Page 13-B
the fundamentals of swim-
YM ;; | WHA of Greater Miami
ir swimming instructor gets the
: the splashing.
cipating in the nal successful accomplishments of thi Gn il
Jewish Welfare Boa Y' were due in a great measure to the
in i "Y" is a nn on ol the Greater ,.
rd and therefore is p'.ai : leration and the United Fund As ;.
: programs (or all a .-a encj >l both organizations the "Y
teuish Wei far them for guidance and assistant in order
lei feet its desired i
.-' \FI9.\ OF
mi i.fir i.w.
tc All Theii
an I Customers
NEW YZAR
250C N W. 5fh AVENUE
*-.cv>e 635-3339
n> So.....srs Pres.)
HOLJ1 AY GREETINGS TO
OUr. IEWISH FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS
BURTON'S
Texaco Service
3301 N.W. 7th ST.
:iAL 634-9131
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO
T JEWISH FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS
GREGG'S
Service Station
Harr, A. Rosenbla" Owner
1600 ALTON ?OAD
MIAMI BEACH
531-9940
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO THE ENTIRE
IEW:SH COMMUNITY
RUSSELL'S
Texaco Service
Sto. nl 1065 Wotiiinqton Avt.
DIAL S384016
Sla. --.I SOI Alton RmJ
DIAL 533 3361
- MIAMI BEACH -
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
I im mi/'*
GULF Service Station
Open 24-Hrv A Day
1725 NE 79th ST.
(CAU'EWAV)
NORTH BAY VILLAGE
Phone UN 5-9268
JIMMY VARRONE
I
'. ,\ -EAR GREETINGS T(
r c\\
JEWISH COMMUNITY
FARR TOURS
The Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach
EXTENDS WARMEST GREETINGS for the NEW YEAR
rO ALL OUR FRIENDS
BEST WISHES 70 ALL FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
BEATRICE LA VERNE
DANCE STUDIO
1017 96th Street Bay Harbor Island
728 Arthur Godfrey Road Miami Beach
GREETINGS
HOFFMAN OFFICE SUPPLY COMPANY, INC.
53 HIAlEAH 0RIVE
0sk Cabinets Chain etc.
Hialoah, Fl. 'hon. TU 8 24
Best Holiday Wishes from Miami's
1003 Integrated Financial Institutions
LINCOLN NATIONAL BANK
of Miami
ROOSEVELT SAVINGS
and Loan Association
N.W. 7th Avenue at 60th Street
In the Edison Financial Center
NOW LOCATEO at 3115 NW 40th ST. Ph. NE 4-8525
HART ELECTRIC
ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS
Residential Industrial Commercial
We wish
all our friends
Peace
Happiness
& Prosperity!
We+iave always felt a special responsib! il /
^c ; community and we are grateiui \b al I
has responded by making Garlick Parks ce
the 57 famiiy-owned Chapels ser\
Jewish families.
Funeral Directors for 75 Ye ? s
J. S. GARLICK
MEMORIAL CHAPELS, Inc.
OF NEW YORK CITY
S NCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY
PAUL BARNETT SOL SCHREIBER
BARNETTS OFFICE SUPPLY
DADE COUNTY
228 NE 59th Street
Miami Downtown Store
134 NE 1st Ave.
Miami Beach Store
1608 Washington Ave.
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
A TO Z BARGAIN BAZAAR
We have a "Notion" to sell you
Christmas and Party Decorations
Gifts, Trimmings. Noelties. Notions
Dressmaker Supplies. Fobries. Curloins, Beefs
We also supply IDEAS for the "joy of
creating"
ARTIFICIAL TREES AND FLOWERS
* I1ARGAIN 8343 Biscayne Blvd., Miami
to K.1..0 (opp. Harry Rich)
z UAZAAR Phone 759-9701
Open Daily 9-8; Mon, and Fn. Ill 9 p.m.; Closed Sunday
HAVE YOU BEEN REJECTED for
Hospitaliiation Insurance ? ? ? ?
OUR COMPANY WILL WRITE A HOSPITAL
PLAN FOR ANYONE WHO HAS HAD THE
FOLLOWING:
3. DIABtTU
4. ULCERS, etc
out Coupon below to receive
Full Information.
1. HEART TROUBLE
2. CANCER
Fi
NAME
ADDRESS
PHONE
LeROYEL INSURANCE AGENCY
980 N.E. 169 STREET, NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FLA.


Page 14-B
+Jmist> nurkMar
Friday. September 16, 1966
SAVE BY EARN FROM
SEPTEMBER 20 SEPTEMBER 1
6 MONTH
INSURED
4
Q/ PER ANNUM
SAVINGS
CERTIFICATES
I .
1 O/ CURRENT ANNUAL DIVIDEND
7q ON PASSBOOK SAVINGS
2 Paid & compounded quarterly
>r Washington Federal
f \ .* SAVINGS and LOAN ASSOCIATION OF MIAMI IEACH
AtTHil* H ikOUI'"0'- C-.. .' J
i)Wto*diaB A've. l^,.'.^*unA. .: :. :nA .b N. E. 167th Si.
TWIN CITY GLASS CO.
CU6RANTEID MIRRORS -STORt fRONTS fURNIJURt TOPI
ANTIQUE MI8ROKS & RE SILVERING
P/ofe Window Glass Replacements
1220 16th Street, M.B. Closed Saturdays Tel. 534-2967
GREETINGS TO All
"The Most Modern in the South" Plastering by
D'ANCELO PLASTERING CO.
450 N.W. 71st ST., MIAMI PH.: PL 1-2494
ANSWERITE
TELEPHONE ANSWERING SERVICE
FR 3-2666 JE 8-0721
YOU GET MORE CALLS WHEN YOUR PHONE IS
ANSWERED RITE
MODERATE RATES 24-HOUR SERVICE
Serving
JEFFERSON HIGHLAND MURRAY UNION
FRANKLIN PLAZA NEWTON
V^rh",

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MIAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT
104 N.E. 1st STREET PHONE 373-8432
ABSTRACTS ESCROWS
TITLE INSURANCE
A DIVISION or
rnektcati
TITLE

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=*,
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: The biggest
i Miami-Nassau
cruise bargain ever!
S/S FLORIDA
SPECIAL FAMILY PLAN!
full 3-DAY CRUISE rate for all
children under 21 accompanied
by both parents paying full fares
from only $59*! Sail Fridays 4.45 PM
Full 4-DAY CRUISE price only
$15* for children under 21
accompanied by both parents
paying full fares from only $74*!
Plus Taxet Sail Mondays 4.-55 PM
RATES INCLUDE FULL CRUISE FACILITIES ABOARD
THE FULLY AIR-CONDITIONED S/S FLORIDA:
ir All first-class outside staterooms! All (S or 11) me a III
* Ship is your floating hotel-no additional cost! f\
it Entertainment, dancing, movies!
ft Gala Captj n's dinner,
cocktail party!
It Free Covered Parking during eruiss
in Miami's! Ingraham Garagel
0T Free round-trip bus service,
Hollywood/ Ft Lauderdaisl
a/s rkomo*.uaL*iAN kisiltai
Sea your travel agent or
f^/j STEAMSHIP COMPANY
^*^dF 73-year record ot perfect safety.
Member of the distinguished Flagler System
Pier 2 (Biscayne Blvd. at 10th St)
P.O. Box 1349, Miami, Fla. 33101 Phone (305) 379-33J
Downtown Office: 209 S.E. 1st St. Phone: 3794777
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and (Vi^cvit
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COMMERCIAL FRATERNAL
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Specializing in Bar Mifivsb
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(Union Shop I
Parness Press
437 S.W. 17th Avenue, Miami
FR 9-8235 _____j
GELB
MONUMENTS INC.
Open Every Day Closed Sobboih
140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
Miami's Only Strictly Jewish
Monument Dealer
ATTENTION!
Jewish Home for the Aged
THRIFT SHOP
NEEDS YOUR DONATION
NOW!
' FURNITURE"- "APPLIANCES"
"CLOTHING"-"JEWELRY," etc.
"All Items Tax Deductible"
CALL 696-2101
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Si rTIi i: is iii:i:i:i\ : i\ i:x thai
ih. uiiiirv~iuii.il. desiring lu engage In
business under the flctll nils numi of
I'LAZ \ IMM.I, .,, mm Wist A., nil.-. Mi-
it mi Eli .i'li. FloiIda, Inli ml ti
Istci Mill! name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court f Dade Count), Florida
Dated :u Miami. Florida thl* let
day ..I s. pi. ml,, r, 1986
KI.KKTWih.i. IK ITRL, IXC
.i l 'i"i ill.i corporation
Sf III.l.-sfl. .\ SCI IKK
Attorneys for Applicant
BOS I.in,..In Road
Miami Ltearh, Florida
'i 9*16 _' : i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY. IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 71802-C No. 71882-C
in RE: Estate i.f In RE; Estate of
MINER QKEKSBBUa. F'KANCES WECK.
;i h ;i ABK 15REKNUBRU. I'......B*d.
Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS
NOTICE TO CREDITORS y.i All Creditors mill \ii Persona
To All Creditors and All Persons Having Claims or Demands Against
Having Claims i>r Demands Against Said Estate:
Said Kstate: Von are hereb) notified and r.-
Y..U are hereby notified and re- quired t" present .m> claims and de-
quired i" present an) claims bnd maud* which you ma) havi ngalnsl
demands which you ma) hnv ugainsi the estate .,i PRANCES WECK, ,i...
ih. .mii...... ABXER (JKKBNIIKRil, ,, ,sed late of Hade County, l'< i
., ka ABK tJREKNHKHU, deveused to the Count} Judges of Dade Count),
late of New York County. New fork, and fill the mini.' in duplii..... ai i .'*
In ih. Counts Judges "I I >: iiinl rile the name In duplicate anil as stn ites, In their offices In the County
provided in Section 733.16, Florida Courthouse In Dnde County, Florida,
Statutes. In ill-ii office* In the Counts within nix calendar months fri
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida, time of the first publication hereof,
ulthln six calendar months from the (or tin name "ill i barred,
tlm, ,,r the first publii .iii.'ii I,, r- !. Dated al Miami. F'lurlda, ihl 3nth
,,i ih. same ill be bam !
Dated al .Miami. Florida, Hi- 1st
ilnv of September, A.D. i......
OSCAR VltTKXHKIM!
VICTI R liAi.AI-.AN
A- Am ill.ii > I '.XI cUtol-S
l-'irsl |,ill,II, iltl....... Hi IH"
the 'Mb day of September, IM6
.H.SII REI'Hl'N
\ -1.- i.- > for An.i'l.n > Kxi cutors
1 (Tfl VViiHhlnxton ^venui
m ..mi Etc in li Kla
: !.-n;-j::-::u
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRKIIY lilVKX thai
the iiinl, rslKHed, deslriiiB i" n
in business umlei the flctllloiui name
i>| [KIIIHllW .- TRAXSMISSHi.N l\
I'llAXtiE al I7j Northwest 20th
Street, Miami, Intends to realster sulil
name with tin Clerk of the i
'oUrt of I aid- i '"lllil v I-'I' 'i iila
KOB.MAR TI! VXSMISSIOX
S'KKVICK. IXC.
Hal iv llolii ii, 1*1 -al. hi
IIOI.D.MAN, liol.DSTKIN ti EACZIRR
\i i,.r'i.> s foi ic iclsl rani
2401 \\ Klastli i Stn i
Miami. Florida 3313."
i. ;.. ..
NOTICE
\i iTU'K IS IIKRKB1 ':l\ EN Til VT
I AXTHl i.VV C I It A NCI a k a
EIKNRY A si'l :i.X \. w-ho was convie-
led hi tin i 'i.....n.il four I I >ad<
founts, F'loridii. ul th< Aufrusi term
ili.i. of, A.I' !::.:. ,,i u,. ..u. ,.-. .
No. I Breuklnti anil enterlnu a build- Estate:
ina No. '.' (irand l appl> i, : i no n,> to ill, State Board Quired to present an> claims and
of I-a, dons, I'allahaasee, Florida, at I nemanda which you ma> hase ueiilnsi
ii- next i.-nla, meel H>. estate of CARI, V \l I .- "111. H:
WTHi-Wi n:\xi-i. iiikaCARI. II MKI.CDIOR. de<-i
,! 1} of AllSUSl, A I iBlill
MARIE A ilii.l'.i i;n
As Administratrix
l-'ii-i puhlli atlon of this nm ,
the ''Hi da) of S |iti mbel. I96S
KIIKVIX, KIDMAN .\ HiH.'l /.\l \\
Attorneyfl r- A Suit.- 348, Si ) bold I luild.ing
Miami. Florida 33132

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HI l;!l:Y I'.IVEN
litned, di irlns to enu
business nndi i the fii'titiiuni nan
,.,' i-i .|\.| i.WASH i Mil i i:i
l11'l, :i ITS, ai !Mu| s \\ '.. si
Mln mi. Florid i. in'- i"l to reglsli
name iih the 'I. i:, of the I
Court -... t fount)-, Florida
AI.FIIKI I IIERf.M \ \N an,I
11.si: I'.EROM \ \ \
Soli i in i-
iiF:\in NoRTiN
All.an.-v for Applli alil-
1IIMJ Risi a) ne BulldlnK
Miami. Florida
'.' : ,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COIR'
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 71892
in l:i: Estate !
, VRI, I! MKSCIIIl lit n k a
CARL II MKLClllOR.
11, used
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All ditors an.I Mi I r.....- Hai
, i'ii> or Demands Ak.uii-i Si -
I. ii HI-:.NRY \ si'Ki./. \
I A|,|.lu alll I
9-16
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 67762-B
IX RK: IMai. .-i
111 MAN ROSKXBLATT.
Dei eased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
DISTRIBUTION AND
FINAL DISCHARGE
\'i .'I'li '!: Is Ii. ri b) -.'. ,ii Hi il I have
late "i Dade County, Florida, to II
Count) Judo* !' Dade County, a i
ul. the same In dupllcati and a- pi
\ i,i. .1 in Kectli 733.18 F lorlilu Si
lie*, hi iIn ir offh es in ili. fo
foiirthouse in Ihide County, I'l r
w .i hin \ i iilendur montliK fron
llm< i he i'ii -i puhllcn tliui
ol Hi. -am,- will Im bill
l mi. .1 ai Miami. I' arldn, thi* I7il
.lav ,,! AtlSUSt, A I i 1988
Mi >si:s .1 liKI'NPWKIWI
\- i:\.. utor
1" -T publil a I i.'ll ,.| III -
. rhi -i-ili da) nl Aukiisi,
si Mi IN, II VVS X liRI'XDWI Ri
An. i n- v for I'.- nti
iil,,i m> Final Report and I'etition for ,- \ H Met
I mil i '.- hu -i ai ., i. ., i 'ail I: m. Ii lilor
the estate of IIYMAX |
Iti ISKXIILATT, and thai \i, in Florida
I KM I 111
----------------------------
I' Cert r
'
liUl III
e-nuiio-il
I) of Sepl
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN
ill I' x ROSKNIIL VTT I
INiiF'l V> M.I.I:I: .\. liRnWX
:
Mi in II, ii, -

IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
l\ AND FOH DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PHOBATE
No 72089-A
III RK
IICI.K.N FARKAS
Deieii
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I'., All fredil \ I'ersoi
la \ ii... I v in : filed in i III
THE NAMF AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
|'i i \ I.'. Ti Will 'M I'M
ENTs .-II Ml. fl 'Mi:, illtEETIN' -
VVIi.r.ai IIARiH.I1 KIXN
I'l..i 1.1., II \ RT I follKN, M
Fii i ii, ii.i'/ viti-: I'll li m
II \.N. Ml mil, F i-i ii lid
N
in
Do Stall l -i-l r.\i -
sili H'l'INi: CKN ill: N-' .
ess nl Miami I i nl- '
Hi, State of Kl
mull ii did oi tin
\ I
. nl i .
- i: State of I "ai. "i F
V"( hi eh) '......I an.I i. dm imenl r> n li rll) n null i
ilins a i. i Section '-"N 27. Floi la S'l
di a; mil iihleli you nm i Im .1 --..Im ioi
i estlltl ol III .I.KN F'ARKAS .I. Ron
il lati Daili County, Florid Now, Iherel..... Ihe Si
lo the County Jud|t> s i>r Dade County, rel........ I ihe I
file the same In duplieu I it hi
ilded in Section ; Florida re<|ulremi thi law I ..v. I i
' .-. .li Ihell nil .- in 111. i '"iili- complied illi
t) L'ourthouei iii |..,,i. County, Flor- IX WITNESS ft'HKIlKi'F', I I
Il li In \ .....ndai mouths from herein et in) hand anil I i
thi tlmi af the firsl publieatiou here- fixed tin tin I -
of, or Hu -am. will l" I.an. : Florida, at Tallahassee, Ihe
I in I ed ai Miami, Florida, ilii- lal this tin second da) of S'epteii
N'
iln
b it
i "i
Coll
llll
III.
foil
I'A I
Alt.
HI I,
& <;
4211
Mia
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
TICK IS HEREBY niVKN that
undersigned, dealrlng to .-imau. In
ii. under the fictitious nan.....i"
.I.i.ns CAMERA sl'iil', it 7"
iiis- Avenue, Miami Reach, Florida,
mis to register .,d name with
Clerk "f the Clrcut Court of Dade
nt). Florida.
ALIJED MERCHANDISE
DISTRIBl'TORS, INC
A i'l,.iIda Corporation
Sole owner
I. KWITNEY, i:.-.'
irne) for Applicant
VKKMTRIN, KWITNEY
i il'Diets
I.Im ..In l:,,a,I
mi Bern ii. Florida
9 9-I8-I3-M
ptembi I, A.D 1981
HAROLD M F'ARKAS
As i !\, cutor
l'i-' puh atlon oi iiii- ii i- on
the 9th da) "i Si pteml'er, I960
MILTON \. FRIED.M \ N
Attorm i for Execubir
llll Alnsle) B .il,Im-
9 9-16-23-30
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 71719-A
In RK Estati
ANNA l AIS.MAN.
I '. .,
AMENDED
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claims or Demajids Against
Said F.'stute:
I ..r, hereby notified and re-
quired t,, prevent an) claims and de-
mands w-hich you in ii iiav. analnsl
ale of ANNA CAT8MAN, de
ceased late ofTiade County, Florida
to the Count) Judge* of Dade Coun-
A I I"''.
TOM VDAMS
s.. i, tai) of Stati
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
No. 66C-9279
I 'i:i.i IRKS 'I'll 'I'.
I'lainlifl
vs.
HOWARD Tll'lv
i', fendant.
l'i ; III IWARD Til 1'
2803 i 'learl.il.. Road
Cocoa. Florida
You, HOWARD TIDD. are hereb)
notified that a BUI of Complaint f'
Divorci ha- been filed atcalnal
and you are required i" serve t'op)
,,r your Answer or I'leadlng i" the
Hill of Complaint on the Plalntirfs
attorney, NEAL J. DI'NN, im Alns-
le) BuUdlnar, Miami. Florida. :ii"'
file ilii- original Answer oi Pleading
... ad fii: he ?,.; in dup "ate an.1 ,V'' ^"' V', I, ",V,'k Zf the T"r-
.,- provided in Section 78S.18, Florida ^,t%rf.Con0or,hbeeforJ^theHthda)
Statutes. In their offices In the Coun- ,',"" ".'' r '!" '"' f" ,,,,-.
I) Courthouse in Dade County. Hnr-!01 "|,,I"T',"'";," ,"" r.\\''.' u,
iii... witt.ii. six calendar months from Jidfn?n Vr o. r;;ii rUI be taken
II,.- time of Hie first publleatlon here- "Kalnsi you for the relief demanded
r. or the smiie ill I..- barred,
Dated al Miami ptn-tda, this lOtb
day of August. A.D. 1966.
UAi li I I' CATSMAN
As ESxecutor
F'irst publication or tiii.i notice on
the 2nd da) of September, 1968.
DAVID P, CATPMAN
Attorney lor Executor
lui fast Racier street
Miami, Florida
/!-9-lfl-23
in Hi.- iiiii of Complaint.
This notice shall in- published onci
each week for four consecutive weeks
in Tin: JEWISH PLORIDIAN
I ii i.N'l-: and i IRDEBBI' al Mi.
Plorldn, thi- 8th da) of September
A.D. 1 '"
i: i: LBATHERstAN, Clerk,
Clrcull Court, Dade County. Florida
IS. all By! C P. 'i "I'DI.AND
l.,,.,y Ctork t MM M.M


Friday. September 16, 1966
* #rwI^ tfU'ririrfliihir
3-C
Page 15 3 =
LEGAL NOTICE
TICE BY PUBLICATION
RCUIT COURT OF THE
, rH JUDICIAL C'RCUIT
pr LORIDA IN AND FOR
. COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
-1"0 No. 66C 8714
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Hl.M \> ~"u L>HR.
i soWDER.
. i >Wl>KR
u .,,. I'uknnwn
, s-nn t i kk sowdkp. .....
... .... that ,i l iH "f Com-
"-' ''- '" v1','1
inu in" >"" are !-.- |'"" l
l,5 ,,f your tnawet ur l'l< ad-
; itiii ..f Complaint in ihe
Vtt<.rn.-y, PAUL KWIT-
I .,, |o [Jneoln Road, Miami
...,. and file the original
tl.iMlliiR In the ..ffi.-- -f
. -i, of the rironlt Court ..n or
II nth day ..f October. 1966.
to do v... judgment by de-
III i. taken against you for
.: demanded In tii- Bill "f
i ].. shall published onee
foj four rnnsi i lit Ive wei ks
{ i Hi: JEWISH KLoRIDIAX
i-,\i: AND ORDERED al Mill ml,
tiid :iii da) ..f Seplembei.

LEATHTJRMAN, Cleric,
irt, I de Count). Florida
. I .- p COPELAND
I .iii I \ 'l.-rk
PU'I. KWITNKY, ESQUIRE
Road
li<.,. h, Florida
!> 9-16-J 1-80

......................".:. .. ._.:...: W LCj:
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 7202*-A
lati ol
HAZKI. Ml I TI.I.MAN BERNSTEIN,
|h
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ul t'ri dltors and All Pi rsona Ha) -
I '.in..rids Against Said
I
I are hereby notified and re-
.....i an) claims and de-
i ..... you ni.t\ hati against
i o! II \ZKI. MITTELM \N
I ItX.sTEIN, deceased late of Hade
m.i.i. to the taunt) Judgi h
I. County, .iii.i file the sun.. In
. provided in Section
Ida Statute*. In Ihelt of-
I th. fount) Courthouse m
mint). Klorida. within nix cat-
months from the time of tho
'i.>n hereof, or ill. same
m-d.
Miami, Florida, this 26th
.-I. A.I i. '.'
LtKRN \RT> I'.ERNSTEIN
\- I :\, i it.ii-
I' bl eatlnn of Ihti notice on
:' Si ptembi r. 1966.
MYKKS, KAPLAN & I'lHITKU
K\. afor
m. Finn Slri .-t
M i Ida
9 2-9-16 n
"And I just want to wish you folks a Merry
Yom Kippur and a Happy New Year."

LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTIi'K IS HKItKHY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring i., ungatte
in busln* hp under the fictitious name
..f FARMKK BROTHERS JEWELERS
> Se)I old Uiilldllut, Ml iml, Flor-
I.I.i. Intends to aid name
with the Clerk ..i ih. Circuit Courl
ni I'.i.i.' County, Florida.
ARTIH It RICHMAN
Soli lwi i i
DANIEL <3 SATIN
A11..in. > for Applicant
DuPont Bui ihi.
U I, Florida

LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
N THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 8907
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
GI'll.l.KRMO ul INTKltO
I'i.ilLUfl
-'
.'I'M \ PEREZ ul'INTERO,
I fl ll.Lit,I
l-l \ PEREZ QU1NTERO
lie S.ip.)
Surnldt-ro .1. llatabuno, Cuba
' -ii t.lA PEREZ ouintkro.
'> notified i hat a Mill of
ilni for Divorce has been fllod
on, and you ar required to
" '"- i*op) nf your Answer or Plead-
-" tu ilii Kill .,f Complaint on the
uttorm i. \\ EI8S \ cilKis-
"i s.w, First Street. Miami,
at 'i file the nriKinai A newer
ii the office of the Clerk
' ': ill > "ourt on or before the
Hi ;.i. mber, 1966 If you
i iilum. nt b) default will
iinsi you for the n li.-f
ii Hi. Hill of Complaint.
. nhall I..- publlahi .1 oi.....
i i..in onaecutlve weekx
. IKWISH FLORILMAN.
VXD -i: I >i:i: i-.i. ,,i Miami,
19th da) of AuKiii-i. A.n.
v rilKRMAN, i-l. rk.
l m.i. i 'mint) Florida
K M I.VM \N
Ik pnty C!. | i
11 It I ST IK
r I'lalntlff
I St reel
77-9471
v 26 9 !-9-l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITiuub NAME LAW
K IS lli:iti:i!V GIVEN that
tralirned, deslrinx i" engaire
ii- -- iimi. r ih.- rictltloua name
I'I'SSItIT, at :iH2 Uran.l Avenue.
i Ii rlda, Intends t.. register
':'i name wlUi the Clerk ..r thi Clr-
iii i iirt .,f ihoii- county, Florida.
A.MI-HI, \.\ l>KVi:i.i iI'MKNT
SKRVICEB, INC.
a PlorMa t-orponitton
,,, Sob- nwnt-r
' R PICRDIK
v for American ivr.-ioonn-nt
'-. Inc. .a Florida Corp
8,1-6 I' J-H-ll!
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO APPLY FOR
CHANGE OF NAME
Chancery No. 66C80B9
T'' wiimm n- MAY CONCERN:
""' la bereb) alven iimi the
.....I Petitioner, IIY.MAN CO-
v whom residence address la T'H>
i. ir... Urlv, i ,h). ,-,,y f Miami
-I'll. Had,. County, Florida, Intends
y '" .......f the Judftes of ih<-
i','.','",'.' Judi.'iMl Circuit In and for
, ','. '.....'y. .it hht office in the
."""V '"o'li-t House nt 11:00 ..'.-l.i.k.
n th.. tn, da) of October,
. "i- iis .m thereaftei ;i- he ma)
!,,.' r,,r :,ii "i-.it-r chanitlna his
MAV ''"! "TMAN COHEN to HER-
ahaii ,! ""';N'. b> which name he
ii J,h.,,'r,ilf,,,i- be known.
d,, V ,'!" Miami, Florida, lliis Mill
'> of July, 1(66
^WSrSL""* 1!"i,',""f
9,y-16-23-30
N
FICTI
NOTICK
tli. undersl
in bu.slni ->v
of CEDAR
i not Inc i.
tllol III. 1.
SOI Til l>.\
;.i <;n s w,
Intends i
the Clerk of
County, l-'l'
SOUTH
KESKLKR,
Attorne) I
*v;, imtiiior,
Coral Oablt
OTICE UNDER
TIOUS NAME LAW
IS HKRKBY <;i\ KN that
iumi, deslrlna to engage
iimi. r the flct It lous nami h
i 'All; i KIIAIl >-.\H i'ii. I
' i:i lAR CAB .' i.MI'ANY |
S.HIII MIAMI TAXI;
DE I.i: VSIXi; .....' Inc.);
i IS Street, Miami, Florida
nald :..' niea with
the i 'ir.-nil Coui i of Dade
ii Ida
i. \ id: i.i: tSIXG, INC.
Sole i ner
MASSEY, BKCKKRMAN
r A|.pll. .ilit
Wa)
.. Florida
S :'ii 9 .'-" 16
Cert, 11
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPOR~it UISSOLUTION
IN
THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO AM. Ti' W'llii.M THESE PRES-
ENTS SHALL COME, GREETINGS:
Whereas. Lulls Kilt/., lit.. Jack-
sonville, Florida; M. .S WIGGINS,
Jacksonville, Florida: ci-UtK W.
11 "U.K. Jit.. Jacksonville, Florida,
hi.I ,.n the nih da) i January, A.D.
1963 cause to be Incorporated indei
the lawn ( ih. State "f Florida I
HAN INA TERMINALS, INC., u corp-
oral "ii. a 'li Its principal place ol ]
business .ii Jacksonville, Duval Coun-
ty, in the Sti.....i Florida, nnd hi I
ii ii nrporatlon ti t on i hi Snd
da) of St ptembi : \ I' 1966, catisi
to be filed in the of I.....i the Secrt-
tar) "f Mate of tin Stuti l Flm Ida,
the ii... inn. ntur) authorli > retpiln .1
un.1, r Seel '"ii -" Flm Ida Statutes,
hi ii nt Hi, .i: ; il "ii "i such i-orp-
i.t-:i! lull.
Now, then-fore, the Secretai)
Stuti di In i eb) rtif) : he i
and that hi Is satlsfl, d thai the
run ilremeiits ol tin law ha\e hi i n
compiled iili
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
he euntn set ni) hun i u nd I n\e at -
fix. .1 tin Greal Si .i of thi State of
PI.....la, Tallahassee, tin Capital,
this the .."Tnl day of beptember,
A.D. 196"!.
TOM IDAMS
Secretai) of State
9 9-16-23-30
of
i. -
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 71973-A
In RE: Estate of ......
BARAH S1VE iV.U II
11. reused
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All !' iwms Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Bald
You'are hereby notified and re-
quired i" present any claims and de-
munds which you may have ::;-:".'-'
th. esute of SARAH VE I ZE( H.
,1,. Pased late of Dade I ounly, ITor-
14. to the County Judges ol liaae
Count) and file the same In flupllcato
and as provided In Section 133 is.
Florida Ptatutea, in their offices n
ih, Count) <".....Un"is. i" Dade Coun-
ts Florida, within from the time of the first miWlca-
ii,hi hereof, or the same "' i><
'"'l ,';:',',I .,, Miami. Flerida. this Mnl
day of Vugust. A.D. IM6.
MIAMI BEACH
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
By: M VRIl RBT WKI.l^ DOBBtNfl
Assistant Trtisi OTflcer
BENJ VMIN BMJOTT si VI-.
\- Co Executors (Seall
First publli ni"" of this notli e on
the L'nd day "' Septemoer, i^ot,.
AARON M K tNNBR
Attorney for Executors
iH City Nntlonal Hunk BWg.
lOMtf, Ftorida 1/j.s.M-JI
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 6681
NOTICE OF SUIT
THE W1LL1AMSDURGH
SAVINGS HANK
Plaintiff,
VS.
LEWIS i: BRAKEB1LL, KR. mil
INiltoTHEA 11. I'.CAKKCII.l..
wife, et al
|i, fendanta.
To: lllll.ir OWEN AND
IJETTi OWEN his wlfo
..... Bertram Terrace
i nion, New Jersey
I are hereby notified thai the
."......'aptioned action has been instl-
i ited against you in the Circuit Court
of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit of
Klorida in and for Dad.- County to
foreclose a mortgage upon the follow-
ing described real proper!) :
l.s.1 12, I'.!... k ..:;, FIRST ADDI-
TION TO CAROL CITY, accord-
Ing i.i ihe I'lat thereof, recorded
n I'lat Book 60 at Page 19, of
the Public Records of Dade
County, Florida.
y.iii are requind to file a responsive
pleading i.i plaintiff's complaint uiih
Clerk of the aforesaid Court, and
-. r\.' .i ...>!>>' thereof upon plaintiff's
attorney. MARTIN KINK, Dade Fed-
eral lluildini.-, Miami, Floridu 33131,
not later than October 4th, inuti. or a
Decree Pro ConfeHso will b, entered
against you,
DATED Aukust 26, 1966.
E. B. LEATHERMAN, clerk
Clerk i the circuit Court
By C. I'. copklAnd
i i, i..Iiv Clerk
M MtTIN KINK
11.I, Federal Building
.Miami, Florida. 3.1131
9,2-9-16-23
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 72038A
in RE: Estate of
insci'ii kai.ata, also known as
loSEPH K A LA TO,
I......sed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
VII I r. dili : and All Persons Hav-
ilms or Demands Against Said
Kstate:
^ ,u arc hen by not Ifii .i and n -
.. preseiii .mi la ins and di -
m.in.I- which >"ii ma) have against
tuti "I !' ISEPH KALATA, also
I.....un .i- JOSEPH KALATO, de-
. .... d late of I lade Count), Florida,
the Cc int) Judges .! I "nde County,
flli ,. kuiiii in dupllcati aud as
., it, .1 in Si ctioii 733.16, I
-; lutes, in ihi Ir "in. es m ihi i'oun-
.i tliotisu in I hide Count) Flor-
liiu .iiiinii -i\ calendar months from
th. time of ih. first publication here-
,. ,.- i he same a ill be barred.
Hated .ii Mian.i, Florida, this SWh
\ igust, ah. l :niti.
JOSEPH A. KALATA
\s Atlniinistr-.itur
Flrst publication of this notice on
th.- 2nd day of Beptember, i:*:;.
MYERS, KAPLAN A: PORTER
Attorne) for Admlnstrator
i. -u Ciisi St.. .Miami. Florida
!i 2-9-16-23
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- undi rs gned, desiring lo ngage
in..- mil' r iin 11, mil.us name
..i JAY'S DRI'GH, :>I 1631A N.W, 54th
Street, Miami. Florida, intend i" reg-
,-'. -...i.i nanu iili lie Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County, Flor-
,i VCOH HURHL'K and
SAMl'EL Bl'HSl'K, Sole owners
MNSI.KK R. FKRDIE
Attorne) for Jacob Bursuk and
Samuel Bursuk d b/a Jay" Drugs
H ;> '. 9-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELtVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN CHANCERY
06 C 8578 i Judge Schulij
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ItA I.. i.NLEY,
EDW Vltli ') i 'ONLEY,
I'll EDW ARD 'I CONI.EY
I n'.l.i'V. ii
Yol ARK HEREBY NOTIFIED
i 'ouiplalnt for Divtirce I
:iins| you m the above-i
mill you are required sei \ e
:. nop) of >..ur Answer or other de-
lo thi -i. id 'omphilnl .i the
I'l.iini lff .ni..i n. i. .ii .iin .1. HI'R-
TAK, mil' capital Bank Bldg., Miami.
Florida, and file 'I.....rlxinal of your
answer or defenses In the offlci <.f
the Clerk of the ''irt'iilt Court on ot
Is I'm ihe 28th da) of s. piemls i,
I ..... otln i i-.- a 11. en Pro i-.iiif. ssii
will he entered against you.
Dated it Miami. Kloriiia. tin- Mth
da) "f August, 1966,
K. It. LEATHERMAN
i 'Ii 11, .if s.i ill Circuit Court
is.-all By C. P. COPELAND
I'. put) Clerk
JOHN .1 IIFRTAK
ah......v for Plaintiff
1112 capital Bank llldg.
Miami, Klorida
379-1664
v _'.; '. 2-9-1.',
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
coUcita your legal noticwtL
Ws> appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial Fit 3-46M
for meeeecgec service
LEGAL NOTICF
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
i, rslgm .1. desiring t.i engage in
liuslnesa ni.....i the fictitious name "i
i'iiiim. si'iii:t>\\ i:a it. at 130 N.W.
34 Street, Miami, Florida, Intend to
ter -iii.l name Ith thi Cli
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
JUAN M. BURLV,
FRANCJSCO FBllNANDBZ, and
ADALBHRTO P MANDRI,
Sole i m ners
CUTLER ^ BPItl INS* IN
.",.. ni y* for tppHcants
6i" Ainsley BulMlng
Miami. Horida ^ ,...>
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
In RE: Estate of
JAMES K. O'BYRNB
I >.-. .-.is. d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Person*
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
)'..ii are hereby notified and re-1
quired to present any claims and
demands which )ou ma) have against
Hi" estal..... JAMES E, O'HYltNE,
deceased late of Dade County, Flor-
ida, to Hi.- County Judges of Dade
County, a'nd file tho same in dupll-1
cute .iml as provided ill Section ::;:'..10.
Florida Statutes, In their offices in
ihe i ......t.i Courthouse in Dad. Coun-
ty, Florida, within six calendai
months from the time of the first
publication hereof, or the same will
be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this -Oth
da) of August, A.D. 1966.
LENA E. O'BYRNE
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 26th day of August, I.....|
MALCOLM II. FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Executrix
323 s.i;. First Street
I :': :'-9-i6
NOTICE OF SUIT
or
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 9045
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
RICHARD KOSELL,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CAROLE M. ROSEI.L,
Defendant.
TO: CAROLE M. ROSELL
14 liroadwuy Terrace, Apt. :'!!
New York City. N.V.
Y~ou are hereby notified thai a Bill
of i^omplalnt for Divorce has bet n
filed against you, and you are re-
<|uLrcd to serve a copy of your An-
swer or Pleading to the Hill of Com-
plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney,
ROBERT H. BURNS, Suite 315, 420
Lincoln ltd., .Miami Beach, Florida,
.m.i file the original answer or Plead-
inu: in the office "f the Clerk of the
Circuit Court cm or before tin- Mth
eg) ,.f September, 1966. If you fail t,,
do so. Judgment by d,fault will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded in tin- Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each w.-ek for four consecutive week*
in THE JEWISH FLOR1DIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this 23rd da) of August
A.D. i ll
l.\ I! I. i:\tii I'.RM IN
i'l, ik. i'Ircult i 'ourt
i lade i 'ount) Florida
(Seal) By DONALD TAUTENHAN
Di p It) Clerk.
IK >H1 IRT II BURNS', KSy.
An,.in. i for Plaintiff
420 Lincoln l:
Miami Ucui Ii, i- lorida
:'.; 9 2-9-16
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 71990 A
In RE: Esti......f
STEVE GERGELY,
I.. ....-.'il.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I'" Ml Creditors and All Person*
Having Claims or Demands Aguinsi
s.i id Estate:
You are here*iy notified nn.i re-
quired to present any claims and
demands wtiich you may have aga nsi
the estate of STEVE GHRGELY,
.1 hue of l lade Conn!). Flor-
ida. to the County Judges 01 Dade
'ouniy, and file the same in dupli-
cate and as provided In Section 78:1.16,
Klorida St.itui.-s. in their offices in
the Count) Courthouse In Dadi Coun-
ty, Horida, within -i\ call ii.I.ii
months from the iii......f it,, first
publication hereof, or the same a n
be burred.
Dated al Miami, Florida, this 26th
da) of Augiiat, *- I*. 1966.
ELSIE GERUELY
As Kxecul i\
Flrsl publication of this notice on
the 26th day of August, 1966.
TALIANOFF, WALLER A. BROWN
Attorney for Executrix
130 I.n.....In 11...i.i
Miami Beach. Florida
v ;'.; B 2-9-16
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF Thi
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAD:
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 66C 9463
NOTICE OF SUIT
THE WILL1AMSBUROH
s.w INGS HANK,
Plaintiff,
R M.i'il |< EMBODY, IR.....el
i-,ai I. EM in >Y, his wife,
i lefi ndants.
TO: RALPH It EMBODY, JR., si
GAIL EMBODY, his wife, Reslden
unknown, and if remarried, their u
known spouaus, II living, and if den
their unknown heirs, devisees, leg
tees, grantees, assignees, llenoi.-
tin.-te.-, creditors "i other clulman -
claiming by, through, under or at
any ..I ih. above named defeiidan -
who an deceased.
You .ir. hi by notlfli d that i e
abov. captioned action has been Insi -
luted against you In the Circuit Cou i
of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit -l
i 'lot ii and for i d< 'ount) iu
foreclose .1 mortgage upon the U
lowing described real property:
Lot :. iu Block .'., SOI TH MIAMI
HEIGHTS MANOR, accordlm
ih. I'lat thei.....f. in.....led iu Pl.t
Book 68, at I'agi >. of thi i'ii'
il. cords of Dade fount) Florid
You are required to file a responsl
pleading to plaintiff's complaint with
the Clerk of Un aforesaid Court, ai i
-iv......p) i hereof upon plalntlfl -
attorne) MARTIN FINE, Dadi IV
oral Building, Miami. Florida 331*
not later than October lo, 1966, m
i..... Pro Confcsso will be entet
against you.
DATED: Si ptemher 2, 1968
i: B. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of th. Circuit Court
B) K. M. I.Y.MAN
i puty Clerk
MARTIN FIN i:
Had. Fi deral Building
-Miami, Florida 33131
. 9-16-28-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUP
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 71986 C
In RE: Estati ol
VICTOR B, ''.i il'.MAN,
1 '. .'. as. d,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All reran
Having Claims or Demands Agali
Said Kstate:
You are hereby notified mid r.
quired lo present an) claims and d-
mauds which you ma) have again
the -uii' of vii n ill B. iii H 'i 'MA
deceased kite of Dade County, Floi
ida, to the Count) Judges of Datl
County, alld I'll. the sail.. Ill lllll'l
'in.' nnd a- provided In Met tlun 788.1'
Florida Stulutva, In their offices
the L'ounty Courthouse in Dade Coui
t), Klorida. within -i\ all ni
months from thi time of the fli
publication hereof, or I hi same al
bi barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this >'
day of September, A.D. 1966.
BESSIE 'I' K 'I i.MAN
As Ancillar) Executi i\
First publ i at i......i iln- ni.in .
the nth day of Septembi i.
SIMON, II us .v GUUNDW ERG
An... n. ) foi Estate
'."I Alnsle) Building
Miami. Florida
.
.-t
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN innt
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of LEE PAINTING, at number 17211
N.W. it'ith Avenue, In ih. dt) "f
Miami. Florida. Intends to register the
said name with the clerk of the Cir-
cuit C.....I of Dade County. Klorida.
Da led nt Miami. Florida, this lHth
day of Aujruati 1966.
MANUEL A MINEO
CAIDEN, ROTHENBERO &
I.KI.llllK
Attorneys for Applicant
8/26 9/2-9-16
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
di rsigned, busliii s- ii...I. r i he i let ll lous nami
NORTH MIAMI REACH EMPLOY
MENT. al 2209 X E. 163 Street, Norl
Miami Beach, PI.....la, Intends i" rei
later saai nami with tin Clerk of M -
i ij.au Court ..f l Wde i 'ount). Flo -
Idu.
II. GOl'LDEN
Sole i ner
9-16-23 '.
Celt. 15
CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF
THE STATS OF FLORIDA
Til \IJ. T" WH"M TIIKSE l'Rl:.--
i:\is SHALL. OO.VTK, GHEETINOS
WIlBB.lvAS, SA.MDKL \V. SH \
I'IRii, .Miami, Klorida. EVELYN
CONRAD, Miami. Florida; BETTY
M. O'CONNOR, Miami, Florida, did
"ii Ihe Inih .lay of April. A.I'. 1963,
ciuuhi to be Incorporated under the
lai\"s of the State of Florida Sol'TII-
I.AST BANANA DISTRIBUTORS,
INC, a corporation, with Its principal
place of business at Miami, Dude
county, in the st.it. of Florida, and
whereas Buch corporation .lid on the
2nd day of September, A.D. i
.aus. to be filed in the office of the
Seci tary of Stall of the stale of
Klorida, the do.-nm. ntai \ authority
requlrea under Section 608.37, Flor-
ida Statutes, showing th, dlssolul
of sn.h corporation.
Mow, therefore, the s..r.tai> of
State does hereby ci rtify i.. tin- r.
piling and that hi is. -aii-ii. ,i that tl e
requirements of the law have been
compiled with.
in witness Whereof, i have
hereunto set m) hand and have al
fiN' 'i ih. Great Baal of the Btati i
Klorida. at Tallahassee, the Capital,
this the second day of BeDteatber.
A.D. 19.a;.
TOM MUMS
Si. r.-tai> Of Slate
9/9-16-2S-:!9
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UNITY OF MAN: RECOGNITION OF HIS HUMAN HERITAGE
U/e Jalzc Spiritual t^tock on rtosn i
onct
By RABBI CHARLES E. SHULMAN
THE Jewish New Year la traditionally the Mason
' for spiritual stocktaking by the Jewish people
in America it is generally a time when the indi-
vidual .lew rejoins his people physically by attend-
ing the synagogue and participating m the special
prayers for the occasion. The observance of Rosh
Hashona is ancient in origin, dating from Bible
times in accordance with the command in the
Book of Leviticus: "in the seventh month, in the
first day of the month shall be a solemn rest unto
you, a memorial proclaimed with the blasl ol horns
(shofar), a holy convocation. You shall do no man
ner of servile work."
The majestic prayer "Meloch al kol ha'olom
kulo" Reign Thou 0 God ovei all the world'
recited on this day, is reflective ol the pen nnlal
Jewish hope that some day men will be u
through recognition ol their common he
children of one God. and the optimism of the Jew
expressed in the belief that a better social order
can be established by more sensitive and intelli-
gent human effort.
Jewish Mystics
The Jewish mystics made their own contri-
butions to such a messianic idea. They said that
every Jew has the atom of the Messiah, a spark ot
fire, within him. Because of that spark each Jew
is fitted i" be a co-worker in the holy tasks ol
establishing the reign ol righteousness and human-
Itj on earth. "No duty is more sacred." said Rabbi
Nachman of Bratxlav, "than for man to cherish
the spark of the Messiah in his soul and save it
from extinction."
But the hopes for messianic nines, which lie
ai the hearl of Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur
prayers, reflecting the spirit ol the prophi l
Israel as well as the Jewish mystics, do not in
themselves cope with the immediate challenges
to the American Jewish community today. There
are problems facing us at the beginning ol our
New Year that simply cannot wait for a long-time
solution. They are urgent and. unless dealt with
seriously, they can pose a threat to our survival
and identity as well as cause the potential loss
of a substantial part of the world Jewish popu-
lation.
In America there is today a weakening of the
spiritual bonds thai have tied the Jews ol the world
together throughout the centuries. There is no
end of Jewish organizational activity but ii is
not. bj and large, associated with Jewish conscious-
ness or -.'iili creative Jewish life The two decisive
mts and motivations which secured Jewish
'nee and identity in the past the Jewish
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AND
J^est lAJishcs
TO ALL
COUNCILMAN
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NORTH MIAMI, FLORIDA
A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Jewish people will need more than Holy Day ser-
mons to help them to an understanding of the
means by which they can come to an appreciation
of their relationship to their fellow Jews every-
where.
Adult Education
One of the means of achieving such a result
is Jewish education and particularly adult Jewish
education which is so vitally necessary in continu-
ing our historic Jewish tradition as well as giving
us the sensitiveness to the nearness to our own
people today. An overriding Jewish sin in our time
is to be found not so much in our conduct toward
others as in our neglect of our own potentiality
to enjoy being Jewish and sharing in the total
Jewish experience in our time. The absence of so
many intellectuals from Jewish ranks today is clear
enough indication that our Jewish institutions do
not carry sufficient appeal to excite and spur this
portion of the Jewish community to lend its talents
to the promotion of the best in our heritage.
Another problem confronting American Jewry
is the serious condition of the Jews in Soviet Rus-
sia. The continuous reduction of the number of
synagogues by the Soviet authorities, the incessant
singling out of the Jewish population for attack
on various pretexts by government officials and
the controlled press, the denial to Jews of even
limited opportunities to develop their own religion
and culture all are in strange contrast with the
freedom and encouragement granted to other
religious groups.
There is considerable controversy going on
among American Jews as to whether we have
failed to be more fully concerned over the plight
RABBI ABRAHAM HESCHEL
of Soviet Jews. Dr. Abraham Joshua Ileschel tola
500 Conservative rabbis gathered in convention at
Toronto. Canada, last Spring: -Over and above
the noise of our banquets and testimonial dinners
I hear the cry of Russian Jews: "The Jewish people
forsake us, the Jewish people has forgotten us.
Their dismay is mixed with disdain for those whose
voice is loud but whose hearts are made of Stone.'
He accused Jewish organizations in America ol
spending their energy on dealing with marginal
non-vital issues, rather than on the most important
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Page 5-C
and the result is a blurred portrait that is not
easily recognizable, and that except for the des-
ignation "rabbi" bears little similarity to that of
his predecessors. How easy it is to pick upon the
weakness he betrays, the inner contradictions he
unites within him. the corrosions his profession
has suffered.
More Victim Than Culprit
He provides a ready target for those who de-
light in making ironic thrusts at the vulgarities of
the organized life over which he presumably pre-
sides in their desire to exculpate themselves from
their non-involvement in matters Jewish. He has
attained a high degree of conspicuousness. a con-
dition which invites critics to heap upon him the
guilt for the shallowness. shrillness and showiness
of so much of communal activity. (There may be
a psychological basis to the need or desire to level
criticism at the rabbi.) Yet he is more victim than
culprit, more the object than the shaper of the
forces of Jewish collective endeavor. The real
power in the community rests in other hands, while
Earl} thu year. Rabbi Morns Adler wrote "The
Rubbi 1966" for r/:c- spring 1966 issut of leu
Hcritagt the Uterar) quarterly of B'nai B'mfc'j
adult Jewish education department, Ji was t/ie last
articli written b\ Rabbi AJUr. chairman of B'nai
B'rith'i Commission Adult Jewish Educat
bf/i>rc hii death. Rabbi Adlrr was shot
.'>i his pulpit b> .: mentally-deranged congregant
U'ho promptly t ....... .-.: suicide before a massu
Sabbath morning sen-ice during ilic ouu.it':; He-
brew 1 c at <~ Ji
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his own influence is more apparent than vital. The
Jewish community itself is in the vortex of power-
ful circumstances that have their origin and focus
outside of it.
But it is not to defend him that leads one to
speak of the rabbi, current vintage though obvi-
ously one should appraise his position and work
in proper perspective. Understanding should be
prior to judgment. What claims our attention here
is an aspect that goes unnoticed in the novels in
which he is a character chief or subsidiary
and in the essays which treat their readers to a
philosophical or sociological analysis of the rabbi
on the American Jewish scene. It is an aspect that
lies hidden beneath the surface of his prominence
and success and seems to be denied by the adula-
tion accorded him and the comfortable livelihood
granted him.
His is essentially a life of pathos. He suffers
a score of alienations and must daily battle for
his faith and hope. For he is isolated at the very
center of the community he "leads" and serves as
the spokesman of a group tradition at a time when
the group has become all but traditionless.
Rooted in Faith
The rabbi is the heir and teacher of the longest
continuous history and tradition in the Western
world From early childhood he has trained to
look at life from the vantage point of a millennial
history. In his father's home, he had become rooted
in a faith and background, and its symbols, insti-
tutions and rhythms are deeply intertwined with
his personal attitudes and beliefs. History oriented
Continued on Page 14-C
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By RABBI DOV PERETZ ELKINS
THE .real majestic theme of the Rosh Hashona
Yom Kippur season is the Hebrew concept of
Teabinra. We are all in the debt of Prof. Max Ka
dushin who has crystalized in three books about
the Jewish tradition the basic ideas of the rabbin-
ic theological heritage. In a recent book. Worship
and Ethics. Rabbi Kadushin. professor of the-
ology at the Jewish Theological Seminary of Amer-
ica, reiterates his fundamental thesis regarding
""value concepts
Dr Kadushin points out that there are cer
tain key words in the language of all cultures
which signify their quinte>^ence in a short phrase,
or a word. American.- jointly po>ses- such value
concepts as "democracy. "majority rule.'" "civil
rights."' "freedom of speech.'' These words, or
phrases, point to the values of a civilization.
According to Pi of Kadushin there are over 200
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the ideals and value- of the civilization of Juda-
I i of thex.' l- Te-huva
Thus Teshuva is not merely an act of ask
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+Jew 1st fie r idiot n
Page 7-C
fathom its value concepts. No simple definitions are
accurate or helpful.
This is true of Teshuva as well. Tcshuva is
more than repentance. Teshuva is Teshuva is Te-
shuva. How then can we define Teshuva? By read-
ing and studying the scores of hooks which make up
Jewish tradition, and seeing the work in its con-
text and coming out with an understanding of the
values it expresses.
The next best way to understand Teshuva is to
try to define what it implies. What are the cluster
of Jewish values which constitute the underpin-
nings of Jewish theology, and can help us define
Teshuva?
Here we must assume that the concept im-
plies thW*nan is a protean, constantly improving
animal. He is strong enough to overcome past weak-
nesses. He is cou/ageous^enough to combat former
mistakes, innate inadequacies, and unfortunate mis-
haps in his life. In the phrase used today by the
civil rights movement, he can "overcome." In fact,
one way of stating the meaning of Teshuva is "we
shall overcome."
Deep Faith in Self
There are many phrases in the English lan-
guage which spawn a pessimistic view of the nature
of man. "You can't teach an old dog new tricks."
Or, "you can't change human nature." "Once a
fool, always a fool." These expressions imply the
opposite of Teshuva. For if Teshuva implies any-
thing, it is that mankind must have a deep faith
in itself. Teshuva means that you can teach an old
person new interests, that you can improve hu-
man character, and that once a fool, perhaps to-
morrow a sage.
Batya Lancet, one of Israel's foremost ac-
tresses, signs the ceremonial scroll at
groundbreaking ceremonies for the Bessie
Allen Cultural Center to be built in Kfar
Batya, Mizrachi Women's Children's Vil-
lage in Raanana, Israel. Looking on is Mrs.
Dvorah Rabinowitz, chairman of the Israel
Executive of Mizrachi Women. The center
for the performing arts is a gift of the chil-
dren of the late Mrs. Bessie Allen, a Chi-
cago leader of the Mizrachi Women's
Organization of America.
Teshuva means that God created basically a
good world, and that man is a good creature. His
basic propensities are for good. He can err, he
can slip, he can backslide. But he has within him
a built-in corrective system known as conscience.
Upward, to climb higher, to achieve more, and be-
come better. These are the elements of Teshuva.
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Phone: 621-0541
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WISHES ALL HIS
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We Extend
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for a Most Happy
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GREETINGS
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*Jenisr fkrkfiar
Friday, September 16, 1995
Responding to the Call of the Shofar
By BARRY LACTER
IJOW joes em Jew reapoi
:he call of '.be shofar" What fnin| does
. e to the student whose only
.-: -.th the q
Hal) Days? \> i ml wHigi criduate. these
,;.:o>: v.< art- ,-..->< :.-> me. and. hopefully, the
">- i>f :. i.f ,-i- N? of use to
thoot -r the >;i^ ?-j\e dnfted away

Potea 1 eaa have much
ts wheat rears and lives are
eaawea' in sdaeei maaatan The Jewish New
Year fall > doe* near the beginning
1 \i\. tana naifa the true beginning of the
student pear At that time, more than any other,
students think about and make resolutions con-
cerning the^r lives
does Rosh Hashona fit into this picture'1
many of the Jewish students 1 know, there
- to be little association between their world
and the Holy Day Many students who attend serv-
ices do so only to maintain family harmony, and
seem to show little inclination to continue observ-
ing Rosh Hashona after they leave the shelter and
control of the home.
Impressive History
That's not to say that the Rosh Hashona sen-
ice passes by the Jewish student who attends as
if it were a dull lecture at school Its beauty and
the history behind it can not fail to impress even
the most uninterested student. But the young Jew
frequently finds himself searching for a meaning
which he can relate easily to his cultural environ-
ment. Perhaps it is hypocritical to search for values
, -,< r< red but student-* arc accustomed to dotl
thi> -r.tl the fact that it happens should be under-
standable
Realrzing that Rosh Hashona is a time
fleet on the past year, the young Jew frequently
stops to think about his relationship within hi-
family It is certainly common for the High Holj
Dayi to he one of the few periods during the year
when all of the family's members can be together
for the better part of a few days
Rosh Hashona is also a time to think about
the future year and years What part will organ-
ized religion play in one's married life0 How much
of Judaism will or should be passed along to one's
children-' All of these thoughts and questions pa--
through the mind of the young Jew at Ro-h
Hashonah but where are the answers?
Meaningful Motivation
The rabbis and others who conduct and or-
ganlie the service are clearly in a difficult p
W %. wd

ROStl llASftANAb
May the trumpet call
of the shofar
usher in
the happiest of all New Years ...
and may you be inscribed
for peace
and a good life.
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Friday. September 16, 1966
+Jmlsti Fk,ridfar
Page 9-C
1
i\
i
lion Were they to direct Ihc services more specific-
ally toward questions and values important to
younp .lews, the creat majority of the congregants
viould be short changed. But without increased
meaningful motivation, future generations will un
doubtcdly find rabbis delivering sermons before
a f.r i';>hona.
1 think the problem is clearly outlined. With.
1 think, reasonable justification, many young Jews
consider Judaism a religion only for their parents
and grandparents the older generation. If this
opinion is to be changed and 1 think that it
has not reached yet the stage where it will bf
unresponsive to any motivation the impetus
must come at a time when the young Jew is at-
Continued on Page 11-C
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
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. Show Cards .
WINDOW LETTERING
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407 LINCON ROAD
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MR GEORGE WILENSKY
and Son cf the
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1362 N.E. 163rd STREET
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Wish Everyone a Very
Happy, Healthy and
Prosperous New Year
GREETINGS
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Flower Shop
Our Wedding Work is Superb
Flowers for All Occasions
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'Jetflsfiflcridriarj
Friday. September IQ, iggg
Best Wishes for a Happy New Year
Community Federal
Savings & Loan
Association
461 Hialeah Drive
Phone TU Z-5591
TO ALL GREETINGS
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WISHES A HAPPY & PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR TO ALL .
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HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS
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RAY and LEROY YOUNGBIOOD
1100 N.W. 36th STREET NE 5-2501
Music in Our Worship Services
i
By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
ONE of the hallmarks of a worship service is the
music. Many people are more impressed by
the melodies at Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur
than they are by the contents of the prayers
that are sung by the messages from the pulpit.
That is understandable. The architects of Juda-
ism planned it that way. Every note of the Bible
has been sot to music. Every word of the prayer-
book has been scored many times: and has been
wafted on the wings of song by many consecrated
composers.
The idea is that when you approach the Source
of Mfe.'MiVJToTcr'of souls an ttfilflfe, you should
do so in a lilting atmosphere. Even as you lament
your wrongdoings you rejoice that you have been
given the power to make amends for them. That
choir at the holy day services is there to set you
.singing at the goodness that you can bring into life.
But on the majestic holy days, in addition to
the message of the choir, there is the admonition:
Inquire. Be strong enough to look yourself into the
soul, says Judaism, and ask yourself candidly whe-
ther you can't do better as spouse, parent, friend,
neighbor, citizen and recipient of a great set of
doctrines
Stress on Inquiry
If you were to split the Torah asunder and di-
vide it into two equal parts, do you know what
you find in the very middle? You would find the
16th verse of the tenth chapter of Levitic. i And
that verse has these Hebrew words: "Dar> daw-
rash Moshe." which mean. "Moses assiduo...;> in-
quired."
There we have it. At the very heart >f the
Jewish faith is the stress on inquiry. Mo-s, th,.
exemplar of sensitivity, of whom it was said thai
his affinity to the Almighty was greater th.- that
of any other man, is glorified not because he knew
the answers but because he asked the right
questions.
Inquire. Investigate. Search. I'rob" These are
the behests of our High Holy Days, .ironi; yj ug
to evaluate our own Jives, act as our ojrnjidges,
and move ahead towards an ameliorated exigence.
Several years ago, two of the great men that
humanity lost were cherished because the were
inquirers, practitioners of study. The int.- 'dual
bent of Moshe Sharrett and Adlai Steven- two
political figures embossed by their mental icuity,
may remind us of the fact that our traditi calls
upon us not only to hearken to the choir | to
the imperative. Inquire.
Also our liturgy sings to us a song of P "luire,
There are certain demands made upon u- ivhich
we ought to heed. The Shofar sounds for \ :, and
summons us to awaken from our moral to
In the prayerbook we are told that we not
doomed if we live up to three requirement* Those
three t's arc tefilah. tzedakah and tshuva IVhat
then, do the High Holy Days require of t t
They require tefilah. prayer, the rec ; tion
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NEIl SWANSON S
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a long favorite with the chic set,
has created an environment of so-
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Decor, of course is on the horsy side
Cu S'ne is for the epicure. In the
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TO ALL
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HIALEAH
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M RACLl LE AT PCNCE CE LEON B:..E.*CD
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A Happy New Year
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Phone NE 5-0421
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SEASONS GREETS lo
from
the
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1600 Washington A ?
Miami Beach 534-1 tt?
HAPPY & PROSPER : ."S
NEW YEAR
TO ALL
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"GREEETINGS
from
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Frio
r( September 16. 1966
*Jtwlsii FhrSdScJir
Page 11-C
maa
fact Ihal we are not self sufficient, not self
The humility induced by prayer can nu\c
the devastating inroads of arrogance and
ia.
Charity is Required
,iakah is required, too. That word means
liar and also charitableness. Let us be as harsh
i jl -iiij; ourselves as we arc in the case of others.
I7l." ah means the righting of wrongs which
,.,,. from righteousness.
nivah is Hebrew for repentance in the sense
ii to the pristine purity of our childhood
When we were children, our parents invested many
hopes in us. They held up certain ideals (or us
They presented u> with a splendid scale of values
Let us effectuate a tshuvah to those shining pre-
cepts. That is what the High Holy Days whisper
tO Us
So when you re esconced in your pew. and
you are reviewing the year and wondering what
the High Holy Days are really about, remember
those three words. Choir, Inquire and Require,
and perhaps they will transport you to thoughts
and acts which will bring greater spiritual clean
liness to your everyday existence.
Responding to Call of the Shofar
the
a f

Jews
Hoi;
witi
imai
reel
Continued from Po,e 9-C
a temple service. The Hijjh Holy Days
time when concessions are made to the
generation" reyardinjj attendance seems
,1 opportunity.
at [ in leading to is the idea that perhaps
r.ilion is necessary on the part of temple
of the special nature of Rosh Hashona
_ard t" the increase in the number of young
ho are present at services then The High
ays are certainly given special consideration
gard to appeals for contributions, and 1
most -lews would consider an appeal di-
al having young people realize the relation
ship between Judaism and their lives more im-
portant.
Human Inertia
If the Jewish religion does have meaning for
people of all ages, and I'm sure there is no question
that it has. it should be dynamic about presenting
that meaning at the most opportune time.
As one who is in danger of being passed over,
or perhaps more correctly allowing myself
to be passed over by Judaism. I speak with some
urgency. I think that, unless a more direct appeal
i> made to Jewish youth during Rosh Hashona. hu
man inertia will create rather serious consequences
for the future of my religion.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO AEE...
*6uif$tream
HALLANDALE, FLORIDA
HOME OF THE FLORIDA DERBY
James Donn, Jr., President
i
.'-NLEY J. ADLER and
.OSEPH H. SNYDER
St d GREETINGS From
the adpress
4^: S.W. 8th St. 379-9022
> R FETING S FROM
Town Squire
EN & BOYS SHOP
526 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
I'
-iappy New Year
Greetings
GRUNDY
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-ARLES L. GRUNDY
\l% N.W. 54th St., Mian
- 757-2811 -
\S KST MIAMI
PHARMACY
":63 S.W. 8th STREET
Wishes A
HAPPY NEW YEAR 5727
from
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CRUISE
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& Reservations Call
FR 7-1611
330 E. Flagler St.
JE 8-7641
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BEST WISHIS fOR
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Advertising Specialties
And Services
343 ALCAZAR AVE.
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PHONE HI 4-4041
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
MR. and MRS. PHILIP ROMER
and Family
GREETINGS
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I 519 N.W. 23rd Street
Phone FR 1-3494
?
Jjes t It is It es \fc r
The Heart of Fashion
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MIAMI NORTHSIDE FT. LAUDERDALE DADELAND
?
-APPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL from
Nr.& Mrs. Sam Zucci
of
PICTURE FRAMING
13030 N.W. 7th AVE.
681-5211
5727-1966
As you face the new year with vision and
courage, please accept the sincere wishes
of your many good friends here who
stand ready... always ... to help you to
make your future brighter and happier.


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We extend
our sincere best wishes
for a
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
to our
many customers and friends
in the Jewish Community
in this area.
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Member Federal Oeposit Insurance Corpo'aton
HAPPY NEW YEAR and BEST WISHES
ft.
: m
$&,
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SHELDON'S DRUGS at 9501 Harding Ave......866 6251
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SHELDON'S SUNDRIES at 2519 Collins Ave. 534 4770
SHELDON'S SUNDRIES at 9601 Collins Ave. .865 8186
SHELDON'S SUNDRIES at 9955 Coll,ns Ave. .866-3394
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HOTEL PHARMACY at Alton & Lincoln Road-------5311226
OPEN NIGHT & DAY!
8 AM TO MIDNIGHT 7 DAYS A WEEK
FREE DELIVERY!
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360 West Flagler St.
Phone FR 3-5514
HAPPY NEW YEAR AND BEST WISHES TO ALL
Uurrivanv Printing Company
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Stern
1561 S.W. 8h St., Miami FR 4-6702
CHAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
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" EXTENDS TO ALL FRIENDS and PATRONS
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
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Whiteroof I Surface Insulation* Waterprorofing Compounds
*Jewisti ffcridfisr
Friday, September 16,
Spiritual Stock on Rosh Hashona
Continued from Page 3-C
emergency of our day when millions of Jews are
exposed to spiritual extermination.
Heschel Charges Denied
The Conference of Presidents of Major Amer-
ican Jewish Organizations and the American Jew-
ish Conference on Soviet Jewry have denied Hes-
chels charges. But the fact remains that much
greater effort will have to be made by American
Jewry to bring effective pressure on the Soviet
Government to lighten the terrible discriminations
which it is leveling against the Jewish people in
its borders. Our concern for Russian Jewry will
have to be deeper than it is at present.
A third problem yet to be solved by American
Jews is that of unity. lx>rd Bryce once referred to
the Holy Roman Empire as being neither holy, nor
Roman nor an Empire. Similarly it has long been
evident that the American Jewish community,
while very American, is only superficially Jewish
and no! much of a community so far as its struc-
ture Is concerned. Vital affairs affecting the whole
of Jewry have frequently become a matter of priv-
ate enterprise in American ranks. Monolithic action
in public Jewish matters is generally accepted by
the community, It constitutes an indictment of
American Jewry for failure to create an overall,
well-functioning Jewish group that could speak for
the entire Jewish population of America.
While there have been protests against Soviet
anti-Semitism and the Arab bovcott directed
against Jews the world over, these have on the
whole been weak and ineffective, without the
force of concerted action by an entire powerful
Jewish community.
At the present time the only semblance of
Jewish unity in America is in the area of fund
raising, where huge sums are raised on behalf ot
American Jewish institutions and Israel. We are
barely beginning to appreciate the need for better
informed influential Jewish leaders for guidance in
removing the anarchy resulting from lack of unity
Desire to be Jews
"If." warns Dr. Mordecai Kaplan, "we hope
to save the various institutions, agencies and
organizations which are the present bearers of
collective Jewish life from becoming superfluous
we must see to it that the Jews desire to remain
Jews. The achievement of this objective depends
not alone upon the rabbis, the teachers. so< }
workers and all the other functionaries as much
if not more upon those who happen to he the ke\
persons, the opinion molders in Jewish life, the
successful business men. financiers, organization
politicians and others'' If these happen to be
ignorant or negative Jews, they will be unable
-rasp the need of unifying the Jewish communitv
and may thwart effort in this direction
Vet another problem we must deal with at
present is the continuing support of the Jewish
community in Israel, not onh physically hut
morally and spiritually as well For Zion
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
To a;i
DE YOUNG SPRINKLER CO.
17301 N.W. 29th Puce
Pn. 621-2774
A H?ppy New Year To All
S. Z. BENNETT, M.A.I.
Real Estate Appraiser
& Consultan'
307 Ainsley BIdcj.
Phone 371-: = ::
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
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MASSAGE
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1519 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach, 538-1785
8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Saffer
and Family
Extend Their Best Wisav
TO ALL FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
L'SHona To*- 3 T -ese. .
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600 Lincoln Road
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NEW YEAR GREETINGS
BON VOYAGE
TRAVEL, INC.
Sam Rosenlcranz, President
1074 North Miami Beach Blvd
North Miami Beach, Fla.
PHONE 945-7491
(N.E. 163rd St. Area)
TOIRS
WORLD WIDE
TRAVEL SPECIALISTS
Phone: 377-2758
For information, reservations
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245 S.E. First Street
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS
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t, ttitrvalions
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EXTEND
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
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Greetings from
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FLOWER SHOP
Harold and
Krong;d
MiamiMiami Beach
Hollywood
JE 4-2907
MR. LEO CIMENT
of ffc*
DIXIE PICTURE FRAME CO.
exten:
new year gre1
ro All His Friend
460 W. 13th STREET
Hiaieah
Phone TU 5-1454
A HAPPY NEW
FROM
BIU, HERMAN
and MORRIS
KALER PRODUCE
COMPANY. INC.
2121 N. W. 13th Avenue
Phone FR 4-4174 #
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO ALL
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INC.
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Sheldon Leider
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Hiaieah
TU 5-3831


friday. September 16, 1966
^b lews everywhere the center of the
ter whence the law once came forth
,., it can with our help come forth once
_
ng run it will take more than fund-
. (he American Jew closer to Israel.
Ihe Israeli Foreign Minister, has called
.,, the fad that it is not natural, inevit-
ven Or history decreed that Am.r
must always he kindled by a sense of
,!ity and concern for Israel It has to be
onsciouslv and arduously fostered. It is from
Ihe Diaspora thai Israel sprang into being after
ol Zionist activity, and it is from the
that continuous support will have
to help sustain, the..Israeli community
politically and socially in the greater
, Ihi nations. We have not finished our
mitmenl to the rebuilding of the

Dominant Factors
oup existence against and
be answered bj the manner in
. >tand our history and keep our
le gave the world a isioi
rder. ol a single humanit\ v
-. hatred, war and stici
R ish Hashona, repeat d i
peopli live concn te evidi
*i nse the spirit .of this hoi; m i
labor to help the Jewish community
imple of the greater world that must
ng i'i lore righteousness and lustici
shall Me dominant factor- ii th< lift
itions
fJewlst fTkridictr
. Greetings
TAM1AMI PLUMBING
CO., Inc.
Jomes 6. Surgin
Strviny South Dode County
ond South Miami
8525 SC. DIXiE HIGHWAY
Phone MO 7-8831
'
r-IAi
NEW YEAR
M. JAY BERLINER
& ASSOCIATES
C Relations
M. Jay Berliner
President
Suite 1132
DuPont Building
Miami, Florida
374-0460
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Your FIGURE Problem
Is NO PROBLEM to the
PERFECT
DORSET SHOP
17S5 SW 8th STREET
Miami, Florida
FR 9-9837
.. The
.. On*
.. Stop
.Shop I
"FABULOUS
DIAMONDS"
1340 N.W. 27th AVENUE
Wish to extend to
all theii Patrons
A
HAPPY & PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
. Rubbles
Jj thin ales
And
Readst
I nguished sci-
>::r.a'.cr of virus anti-polio vac-
les gnated I!
of tl S pu \ by th
f the 1 .
;'.ith \'.

thropisl f the dinnei
! made. Proceeds go to
.: rt B. Sabin Fund I i Medical
at the Hebrew University which
be used tc complete and equip the new
......ings c: the Hebrew Ur.iversity-Hadas-
sch Medical School.
BAL HARBOUR VILLAGE
EXTEND
LEST WISHES
FOR THE
YEAR AHEAD
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
MR. and .MRS. PETER HELLER
RENEE and LILO SIEBERT wish ali their
Friends and Clients
*) A Happy New Year
RENEE AND LILO
AM GROOMING DIPPING ALL BREEDS
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North Miami Blvd.
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL .
CAREY MATTHEWS
Your State Representative
400 AINSIEY BIDG., MIAMI
Ph. 377-4031
T& 411 4 *J0JT H4PPT HtW YM .
MR. and MRS. LOUIS ELLIOTT KATZ and FAMILY
ELIZABETH ANNE ond MART TIRESSA
I860 SW. 21it STRUT
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/V..f 'KW,., 'Tr TL
JtcliJc.u <^ca*c tc ^Hll
v_Atf Ttiends
\ \ i v H
FARM STORES
Tyler's restaurants
For Fine Food
COMPLETE DINNERS bom 51.00
AI..-'i A LA CARTE .\V ''
Th** li Never a Charge tor Your Second CP cf Ccftt
Ui: DO CUR OWN BAKING
SIX LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU:
1526 PONCE DeLEON (CORAL GABLES!
157C SO. DIXIE HWY. (SOUTH MIAMI)
12395 B1SCAYNE BLVD. (N. MIAMI)
11309 BIRD ROAD (S.W. 40th ST.) MIAMI
2G451 So. DIXIE HWY. (Culler Ridge)
TYLER'S PARK RESTAURANT 16555 N.W. 13th Ave.
AIR CONDITIONED
AMPLE FREE PARKING
TO ALL A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
Inslc/lcfien Repairs 24-Hr. Service Excavating Contractor
8UN-GOU0
4450 S.W. 74th AVENUE MO 1-8547
NIGHTS and SUNDAYS dial MO 7-9571
Groveland Products Company. Inc.
Extends Greetings oi the Season to Its Friends and Patrons
600 N.W. 10th STREET Telephone FR 34332
\K
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Berman
332 Miracle Mile 9525 Harding Ave.
Coral Gables Surfside
817 Lincoln Rd. Mall, Miami Beach
2609 E. Sunrise Blvd., Ft. Lauderdale
To All... Season's Best Wishes
MR. and MRS. ALBERT GOODSTEIN
and FAMILY T9
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
CY PRODICE COMPANY
-
WHOLESALE FRUIT ft VEGETABLES
1700 N.W. 22nd STREET
Ph. 379-2796
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR FRIENDS & CLIENTS
INTERNATIONAL BEAUTY SCHOOL
MR. AND MRS EDWARD SEINFELD
8000 BISCAYNE BLVD. Ph. 757-9515
OPEN TC THE FUELIC


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fjevrfstiflcrkfiafi
+^inccrc LVisftes for ^/r
^Jlapptf MR. and MRS. DONALD BERKOWITZ
and FAMILY
PHILIP BERKOWITZ
MR. and MRS. AL BERKOWITZ
and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. ABE BERKOWITZ
and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. HAROLD BERKOWITZ
and FAMILY
DR. and MRS. LEO BRAVERMAN
and FAMILY
MR. and MRS. WALTER MACKAUF
and FAMILY
.,, A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ifl
SUAYNE OF MIAMI M\C.
2610 NW 5th AVENUE NE 4-9724
HENRY TAUBES MEL BRICKMAN
"We Cater to Parties" Phone 443-4505
NEW SORRENTO RESTAURANT & COCKTAIL LOUNGE
"PLENTY OF PARKING ROOM"
3059 SW 8th STREET (on the Trail) Miami, Fla.
Italian Cuisine I Pitta Air Conditioned 260 Seating Copocifjf
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC CORPORATION
THEV/SION DIVISION
3400 N.W. 31st STREET
NE 3-2481
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
VILLAGE FLORIST
"FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS"
838 E. 9th STREET HIALEAH
Phone 885-3231
HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS
hoi si; of >iii\onv. ><.
DADELAND SHOPPING CENTER Ph. 667-6427
GULBRANSEN ORGANS
Easy to Play Free Home Trial Free Lesson
BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
UNIVERSAL KNITTING MILLS, INC.
1060 East 30th Street Hialeah OX 6-0950
TED BODIN, President
Mr. Dino
EXTENDS BEST WISHES
FOR A VERY
HAPPY NEW YEAR
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
ATLAS ROOFING CO., INC.
All Types of Residential & Industrial Roofs
if WE ARE EXPERTS in LARGE and SMALL LEAKS *
122 W. 23rd STREET Hialeah
Ph. 885-1641
Friday. September 13 1966
T
Martyred Spiritual Leader Speaks
Continued from Pae 5-C
and tradition-centered he now sees himself a
f-tranger in a land not his.
For ours is an age of a receding if not dis-
appearing past, in which yesterday quickly joins
antiquity in the mounting heap of the obsolescent.
Daily are we witness to the proliferation of dis-
continuities and the escalation of transitoriness.
Modern man is "isolated" in time since change,
vast, constant and relentless, cuts the ground of
the Vast from under his feet and allows him but
the immediate moment in which to move about.
Life no longer proceeds from precedent to prece-
dent but rather from the novel to the unprece-
dented.
New Rabbinic Role
Not for our day the admonition, remember
the days of old, consider the years of ages past."
Today we feel no continuity with our antecedents
and sense no kinship with the days ahead, for both
the past and the future are separated from us by
profound and all-encompassing changes. The rabbi,
.scion of a tradition and heir of a culture, must now
function in the midst of a technological setting in
which cultural differentiations are obliterated and
traditional modes discounted. After all, computers
have no particular identity and reflect no specific
culture They are neither Western nor Eastern,
Jewish nor Christian, Hebraic nor Hellenic. The
rabbi now lives with his congregation in an increas-
ingly homogenized world, encapsulated in the mo-
ment, thus denying history, and, undisting. shed
in substance and form, thus negating culture.
Jewish tradition defines the rabbi as a la-nan.
yet to his parishioners he is a clergyman am pas-
tor and he has not yet grown comfortably into the
new role that has been thrust upon him. A teacher
of a tradition, he is now in the service of an insti-
tution; an interpreter of a history, he has in fact
become the executive of an agency. By calling and
temperament a student, he has been turne-: into
an official, a steward, a member of a staff, ".nter-
ested in ideas and disciplined to study in privacy,
the logic of surrounding circumstances has le: him
to serve as an apostle of affability and conviviality.
He knows and is known by more people than any
other leader in the community (save the |> [itical
boss) and yet at the heart of him there is .,.-. un
sureness of self in the midst of the crowd. Often i
consciousness of apartness grips him. for which he
quickly compensates with simulated exuberance
He is a frequent guest at testimonial dinner*
receptions and the multiple bizarre tesl rities
which clog the calendar of American Jewish life
and yet in the brief moments when he is n "so
eializing" he finds himself agonizing over the juea-
tion, "What am I doing here?"
The issues around which his organized thinkii
revolves God, Torah. moral values, social ; tals
the crisis of faith, theology are remote tin
people to whom he administers. They are goo : and
friendly men and women who, in moments .-. his
detachment and introspection, seem to be >ra
In the book of life, blessing, peace and good
sustenance, may we be remembered and inscribed
before Thee, we Thy People Israel, together with
all mankind, for a happy life and peace. AMEN.
T'k High Holy Day Prayer Boo\.
l PVNEAAL UOUM
Edward T. Newman, F.D.
5727
1966
Extending Our New Year Greetings
to the Many People
It Has Been Our Pleasure to Serve
THREE SISTERS
418 Lincoln Road 7113 Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
AND OTHER STORES THROUGHOUT FLORIDA
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
BISCAYNE CAFETERIAS
9900 N.E. 2nd Ave.
1917 Biscayne Blvd.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
Dino's Fontana Di Trevi Restaurant
Free Delivery 912-71st St. 864-2618
Mrs. Sally Gardner
EXTENDS BEST w/SHfS F : A
HAPPt NEW YIAR
Te All Her hiends
seasons cmniNcs
CHRISTINE
CARRIGAN
i
ATLAS TV CENTER INC.
736-71 st STREET, Miami Beach
Phones UN 6-7217-UN 6-5868
TELEVISION RADIO APPLIANCES
SALES RENTALS SERVICE
LEW GOODMAN and SOL WEXLER
WISH ALL A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
SEASON'S GPEETIN 35
TO ALL
SKLMA
M.
THOMPSON
TO ALL
HOLIDAY GREETING
MR. and MRS
BARNEY SLIFKIN
403 E. DiLido Drivs
Miami Beach
A Happy New Year >
Our Friends and Cus-.
Zev &
Helen Jlalil*i-
1634 EUCLID AVE
JE 2-3820 j
SPECIALIZING IN 'T
MEN'S A WOMEN'S TAU0l*0
We arc Sfrrct Olweryers of'**
Sabbath t All lewhh NoMr


'ndoy September 16, 1966
* Jewlsti rk)r//dFa//n
Page 15-C
.,!,.. tuch has not yet repudiated a co\
has not yet accepted one.
. ees himself shipwrecked on an uninliali
fa from centers oi life and movement.
concludes that he is a member of the
loneliest profession. He is modern and ad
vinced lint the buckyround ho brings to his mod
iid- in the way of his full integration into
ntemporar> lite. He is liberal and recognizes not
I, ... Inevitability but the desirability and value
-I chatige even within the tradition which he rep-
resei He recognizes an irrefutable truth in the
words i \\ hitehead. "The art of free society con
-I in the maintenance of the symbolic code
mdlj i" the fearlessness of revision .
I!,,,., .(Kin- which cannot combine reverence
,,, t* symbols with freedom of revision must
ultimi I) decaj "
No Symbolic Code
he i- restrained by the inhibiting appro
the stabilities needed to absorb the
head's "symbolic code") are lacking
and change that is not made in a
ce "t th<' continuing becomes dis
nan revision He responds to ;,
ch he cannot give lull express
: uhich he is tin- officiant ( cm
ention ot our times governing
..ike many public addresses, he
whether the fluency and felicity
I are not the enemies 0
tion.
has not inherited a struct
. te and is therefore given to ..
tnd reexamination. Vet it i- ex
peeled by those who seek him out that he dispense
certitudes and teach finalities Himself ot intellec
tual inclinations, he Is looked down upon by the
academic intellectual fraternity as the upholder
Ol the discredited, outlived and irrational Eager
lr dialogue, he engages for the most part in mono
lo^ues from pulpit and platform. He censures him-
self for sinking into the middle class ethos from
which he is striving to raise his people He is a
teacher of ends and goals at a time when techniques
are in the saddle and means are supreme
While religion is respected, it is not invoked.
Though he is honored as a "man of God." he is not
taken seriously. He has become a symbol on a par
with other symbols the Ark. Torah, menorah,
altar and like them revered at a distance but
not profaned by involvement in daily life and cru-
cial decisions iHt, WIV|V muses that the traditional
reference to the enkindled lights of Chanuka re-
flects, ironically, the contemporary attitude. "One
i not permitted to make use of them, but only
to behold them.")
Rationale Needed
The rabbi recognizes that what Ins generation
needs, perhaps above all else, [s a rationale, a reas-
oned exposition of Judaism that would not onlj
a- its intellectual justification hut would also
naturalize it in the larger universe of discourse
' .-lit in which educated modern .lews move.
Bui he i- too fragmented, too diffused, to atte
such a synthesis and the a reatly in flux
to permit such a structure. He is perforce a dealei
m fragmei I i itive texts, disparate insights. The
context to enclose them seems to have dissolved.
L'nity and wholeness are neither in him nor in his
teaching
ASON'S
6E. .'. oHES
-E" C. FRINK
VANN CLEANERS
& LAUNDRY
JE 1-3132
528 Jefferson Ave.
Miami Beach
1 HOLIDAYS
ALL OUR
: S & CLIENTS
Aicvautlcr.s
\HtlJi\jES
pH. 62 4-8585
N W 42 AVI.
re Kd., Miami
SW YEAR
l)',etii I rVaiH'rs
& La ii ml rv
13610 K.W. 7th AVENUE
NORTH MIAMI
Fhcne WU 8-9281
Elias Thaw
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Councilman and Mrs.
Lee Howard
Surfside
A Happy New Year to All
*o'in* Engine Ovtrfcawl
ond Installation
Disfrifrfrs
Unwc-nal Marino Engines
<*oder Marine Engines
totn Gas and Diesel
MIAMI MARINE
ENGINEERS, INC.
* l S W. 2nd AVENUE
"ham! 36, Florida
C *. latter
Telephone 373-4649
Compliments of
JERRY METZ
& It AI TO
HI 4 klllS
Wl 3-8351
20*5 N.E. 151st ST.
North Miami Beach
3111. AMI MRS. IIKX C1TLER
Extend Best Wishes icr the New Year
to all 'Heir Friends and Relatives
To Oui 1......he South Florida
wish [ .d Our Best Wishes for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
VIENNA & WILNO
KOSHER SAUSAGE CO.
Phone FR 1-6551
2181 N.W. 10th Avenue
Season's Greetings
from the Salons of
Lillie Rubin
and
Miss Georgette
SEASON'? GREETINGS .
GLORIA AND T. V. SCOTT
7143 N. MIAMI AVE. Phones: 754-8733. 758-3956
Holiday Greetings to All .
STANDARD WELDING
SUPPLY CO.
NCG Authorized Dealer
WALTER MAHANY, Prop.
4300 NW 32nd AVE. Phe 635-0803
we wish SHANAH
EVERYONE T0VAH
TIKOSEVU
Sheridan
Colony
Gables
Olympia
Florida ^mParamomml
Coral
Shores
Boulevard

Suniland
Florida

NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
THE ORIGINAL
HOFFMANS
CAFETERIA
15th Street and Collins Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
Ph. 531-0357
KNOWN FOR GOOD FOC7-
OPEN ALL YEAR
AA TRIANGLE TRANSFER & WAREHOUSE CO., INC.
Wishes Everyone a Happy New Year
if Specialists in Local $ Long Distance '' 3 rig *
PACKING CRATINQ STORAGE
Agent-Allied J/an Line Call 754-5517
TC ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
A. S. JONSON LABS. INC.
R IFICIAL E- ES
561 W. Flagler Sf.
Ph. FR 4-6686
TO ALL .
Season's Best Wishes
FRED WHITEHEAD
HAPPY NEW YEAH TO ALL
RIVIERA TILE &
TERRAZZO, INC.
9980 S.W. 168th Terrace, Miami
CE 5-7441
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND
HEALTHFUL NEW YEAP.
GEORGE G. WHITNEY REAL ESTATE
1 LINCOLN ROAD JE 8-7401


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NEW YEAR
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~Jewish Floridian
g|= Miami, Florida. Friday, September 16, 1
966
Section D
I
IT SHALL BE WRITTEN ON ROSH HASHONA
AND SEALED ON YOM KIPPL1


Page 2-D
TO ALL MY FRIENDS
*
IN THE GREATER MIAMI
JEWISH COMMUNITY .
I EXTEND MY SINCERE
GOOD WISHES FOR A
Dick Fincher
TO ALL GREETINGS
BONACKER &
LEIGH, INC
Food Brokers
NUMBERS NATIONAL FOOO BROKERS ASSN.
"We Cover South Florida"
5959 N.W. 37th AVENUE
Miami. Fla.
GREETINGS TO ALL

THE FADEX CORPORATION
OF AMERICA
cc : ""''
5UARANT! :
ITIA L CC '-
7790 N.W. 7th AVE.
PK 751-2449
;;-
M V\lll F4MII) PKOIII i T*
36'5 N.W 60*- 5TR6~
Phoe N6 5-5 38T
DR. and MRS. MILTON SANES GOLDMAN
and daughters Rose Hannah and Lynn Esta
1680 Meridian Avenue. Miami Beach
Extend Best Wishes for the New Year
to Their Friends end Relatives
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Ba-n'o Sedan
STAR CLEANERS DYERS
Z343 MK -H Avaeee, Miami, MorWo. PfeoM Ft 4-MSI
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Phtrtm Hotly vj>J
WA 1-0291
0! From Miami
947-7T.2
Harfandale Beach Blvd.
MULLaNOALB, FLORIDA
*Jm is* fforidi&r
Friday. September 16,
1965
Storv of Yom Kippur Confession
By SAUL CARSON
I'LL have to disguise some of the names and
places, for obvious reasons. But the story is
true And two of the names involved are true. One
is the well-known old Socialist fighter, Norman
Thomas. The other is John Nicholas Beffel. one of
America's old labor publicists and the man who.
way back in the early twenties, first called Amer-
ica's attention to the Sacco-Vanzctti case through
an article in the New Republic. The names of the
other principals mentioned here are fictitious
although they were very" real. One of these was a
Jew. who shall be called here just plain Sam.
It happened in 1933. Roosevelt was President,
the depression was at its lowest depths, millions
were unemployed, and, just as Communists were
making hay. so were some would-be Fascists. One
of the latter, a man we'll just call Art. had organ-
bed a quasi military organization which, he prom
Lead, would march a million men to Washington
to take the U.S. Government away from "the Jew
Roosevelt.
More Recruiting
Art had recruited perhaps several hundred
people in his Fascist outfit Some were Americans
of Italian origin who thought that Mussolini was
great and. therefore, were open to Fascist bland-
ishment- of ar. American variety Art was the out-
fit's commanding general He had other "officers"
under him. Only one of these was a Jew. the man
we call Sam. Sam was in charge of the organiza-
Leit to right are Honorary American Jewish
Committee President Irving M. Engel, He-
brew University President Eliahu Elath. and
American Jewish Committee President Mo:
ris B. Abram at a luncheon for Oath, where
they discussed current and future research
action projects sponsored by the Committee
in Israel. The Committee is sponsoring c
project at the university to determine youth-
ful Israeli attitudes toward their own Jew-
ishness and toward Jews outside Israel.
BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAYS
JACK JUSTICE, Realtor
Ph. 8864211 1143 Kane Concourse, Bay Harbor Isle
THE SURFSIDE REALTOR "Justice for Buyer and Seller"
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
GLAZIER INSURANCE AGENCY, Inc.
1820 N.E. 163rd STREET NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Ph. 945-4335
BEST WISHES TC ALL FOR
A HAPPY HEW YEAR
Florida l~|lil.*.irv Siipplv to.
114 NX- First Avenue
Phonee; FR 9-3431-2
BE37 WTSHES tor c HAPPY NEW YEAR
*
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2180 S* :3*nAve Phon 633-8617 Miami Florida
HAPPY ME lit TO ALL
I iiion Optical Service, inc.
71 N.E. 2nd Street Phone FR 9-9682 Miami, Florida
"'escriprioas Filled leases Oaplkoted Mai Castro. Licensed Optician
BEST WISHES tor a HAPPY NEW YEAR
JR Handbags of Florida, Inc.
The Silverman Family
and
SILVER PAINT &
HARDWARE CO.
lilt SW 1st ST. Miami
FR 3-2711
453 Collins Ave. Miami leech
. 531-6773
Wish All Their Patrons and
Friends a ha:
G R E E N
LEES TACKLE,
Inc.
Es*di -::
324 N.E. 13th STREET
Ph. 371-7804
-
Fishing Tackle R?oi-e
Marine Ea..j
3925 E 10th COURT
HIALEAH FLORIDA
BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR
Service First Insurance Agency
3497 N.W. 7th AVE.
635-7507
Mr. iint levemon
GOLDMAN'S KOSHER MEATS
1324 N.E. 163rd Street phone 945-0361
rVe Carry Choke and Prime /Heats ONlf
Under Supervision of United Koshrus Assn.
...Mai... "
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Friday, September 16. 1966
*-Jewlsi) HbtkflQtl
Page 3-D
BEST WISHES FOR A
VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
Fidelity National Bank
Of South Miami
5880 Bird Road
South Miami, Fla.
JOHN GIER
OFFICERS
President
MONROE DIXON...... Chairman of the Board
JACK WEISGLASS Vice Pre.ident
FREDERICK SILVESTER Vice President and Cashier
JOHN E. DUFFY Vice President
fear
TO ALL
STATE REPRESENTATIVE
Lee Weissenbom
Holiday Greetings to All Our Friends and Patrons
RELIABLE AUTO TRANSPORT and RENTACAR SYSTEM
HARRY HOLTZAAAN
1100-5th ST., Miami Beach Ph. 538-0421
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
COUNCILMAN and MRS.
NEWTON GREENE
and FAMILY
Beth Torah Congregation, North Miami Beach
A HAPPY NFW YEAR TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
Corre Cleaners & Laundry, Inc.
HARRY M. ROLLNICK
THEODORE WEINSTOCK
6310 N.E. 2nd AVE.
Ph. 754-3573
<-J~lapp\j AND BEST WISHES TO THE
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
SENATOR
Robert M. Haverfield
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
'.
MERRILL STEVENS DRY
DOCK COMPANY
1270 N.W. 11th ST.
Ph. FR 9-1711
2640 SO. BAYSHORE DR.
Ph. HI 3-4618
tion's money-making department, the sale of brown
shirts and other uniforms to the deluded Fascists.
In an effort to recruit more Italian-Americans,
Art held a rally one night in a neighborhood heav-
ily populated by Italian immigrants. A half-dozen
Italian Anarchists came to the meeting to heckle
Art. During the meeting, the lights in the hall
went out. One shot was fired in the darkness. The
lights went on again. One of the Italian anti-Fascists
lay dead. Five or six of the Italian anti-Fascists
were arrested. One of them was charged with
murder. Art and several of his top officers, includ-
ing Sam, told the District Attorney that the ar
rested man had fired the fatal shot.
The radical movement set up a United Front
committee to try to save the accused man from
the electric chair. Norman Thomas was chosen
as chairman of the defense committee; a well-
known Communist attorney was taken on as coun-
sel: Thomas coopted his old friend, Beffel, to act
as the committee's investigator.
No Affidavits
It took Beffel three months to find out that
several of Arts officers knew who had actually
fired the fatal shot, but refused to sign an affi-
davit reciting the truth. One of the men who knew
was the Jew, Sam the only Jew in the entire
outfit.
Sam had disappeared. Beffel finally found
him in the home of the man's mother. Sam
had just had an appendectomy which nearlv cost
him his life. Beffel, born a Catholic, couldn't get
a confession out of Sam. But he could play on
Sams gratitude to God for having saved his life
through the operation.
Yom Kippur was near. Beffel went to see
the leading Reform rabbi in the city. He told the
rabbi about the case, and the rabbi confirmed
the facts by checking with Norman Thomas. A plan
of action was devised.
Sam, the son of poor, immigrant Jews, living
in a slum area, received a letter on the fanciest
stationery of the famous rabbi. The rabbi invited
Sam, personally, to be his guest at the forthcoming
Yom Kippur services. Flattered, Sam swallowed
tne bait.
Full Confession
During the -Yom Kippur services, the rabbi
delivered a fiery sermon dealing with the need for
repentance on the most solemn of High Holy
Days. When the sermon was over, a frock-coated
usher tapped Sam on the shoulder, whispered:
"The rabbi would be pleased to see you privately
in his study." Sam went with the usher to the
rabbi's study.
The conversation lasted a half-hour. The rabbi
obtained a full confession from Sam, who named
the real killer and promised to testify if the man
were to be arrested. Behind a screen in the rabbis
study was the arrested victim's defense counsel.
Beffel, and a secretary' who had taken the entire
conversation down in short-hand.
Ultimately, the notes were transcribed. Sam
signed the confession, in the presence of the rabbi.
The man falsely arrested was freed. The man whom
Sam had accused of firing the shot was never lo-
cated by police. Art was arrested, charged with
conspiracy, and sent to prison for three years His
Fascist movement simply collapsed.
It had taken John Nicholas Beffel. a man of
Irish-German descent, born a Catholic, to engineer
the Yom Kippur confession that saved an innocent
man from the electric chair.
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Friday. September 16, 19G8
Britain's Jews During Year 5726
By S. J. GOLDSMITH
London
tN a way. the whole year under review IM-
is summed up in an advertisement which has
appeared in the .Jewish press this week. It says
that the Beth Din of the Federation of SynaROgues
will be in session daily, including Sunday, and it
invites members of the Federation to avail them-
selves of the services of this Beth Din in all
religious matters.
This means a split within the Orthodox sector
of British Jewry, which is, by far the most import-
ant. No one can foretell future events, but at the
moment, the Liberal and Reform movements are
fringe croups here, while the Conservative rwve-
menl is still trying to be born, as it were, of Dr.
Louis Jacobs' independent synagogue. The Fed-
eration of Synagogues embraces some 30 houses
., pravei This is about one third of the total num-
within the United Synagogue.
which controls the established Beth Din
Split Inevitable
.. ,. ..... ,.,,:. as to wh> British Jews
ieed .:. >th< i Din There is no claim th.it the
..... of tl L'nited ogue Bi Ih Din are
... learned 01 less pious than 'hose of the Fed-
eration oi Synagi gues Perhaps the Gabboyim ol
the Fed< ation are a little more pious than those
of thi led Synagogue, but certainly not the
Dayanin Whi could measure piety, incidentally?
And who could say what is a good and true Jew"
However, the leaders of the Federation
of
als caused
Synagogues argue that this split, which
a split in the system of Jewish religious edi
was inevitable. When people tell you that a spl",
was inevitable and don't explain why. they usual]'
imply a clash of personalities. Be it as it m,J
this year will go down in Anglo-Jewish history^!
the year of the split.
The Board of Deputies is now trying to find
out whether there was a chance of mediation But
there does not seem to be one. Besides, the Board
of Deputies was facing this year a split of its ov.
over defense policy. There are two systems of
course. One is to work hand-in-hand with the au
thorities and send delegations to the Home Secre-
tary whenever a defense problem arises or dis-
crimination is apparent. The other is a system of
active defense, thus: we may live in a free societi
but the honorable thing to do is to hi) hack when
you are hit (Churchill's words, in ,,
text), or to prevent Nazis ami Fascists
Jews at public meetings, even if a
and a fine in court is therein incurred
The official defense polio ol Boj
I eputies is governed by the first -.
could expect a respectable and -' |j|(e ^
I to act differently, It was
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i-iday. September 16. 1966
vJewisti fk>riHHa,ri
Page 5D
tee of Britain). We shall no doubt hear a great
deal more about it, so let's remember that it was
born in 5726. But the Board is still intact. How
ever much people dislike some of its ways and
however much they criticize it. they take pride in
the fact that there is a representative body speak
ing for all British Jews whatever it says.
Ministerial Revolt
An unusual event this year was the revolt of
ministers and rabbis over pay and conditions.
There was no strike, to be sure, only a firm demand
for more pay. At the moment, a rabbi receives
less than, a junior civil servant and less than a
manager of a small branch of a bank or insurance
company Part of the demand of the rabbis has
been met: the rest will also have to be conceded.
This argument took place within the United Syna-
gogue, but the other synagogal bodies will not be
able to pay less to their rabbis. Some pay more
already.
What fascinated many people was not the argu-
ment itself no employer meets trade union
m lemandS willingly and joyfully bill the com-
plaints of some synagogal leaders that "the rabbis
behave as if they were printers or journalists"
I am not so sure about journalists, but the rabbis
could do worse than learn from the printers how
t.) protect their professional interests one rabbi
summed up the revoll as follows:
"I am not ^oins to stop studying the Torah,
inn am I going to pray to rule. But is there any
reason why I should spend my Sunday- marrying
Continued on Page 13-0
E'nai B'rith Humanitarianism Awards are
presented to Israel Ambassador end Mrs.
Avraham Herman by Dr. William A. Wex-
ler (left1, cf Savannah, B nai B'rith pres-
ident, at the organization's centenmal anni-
versary in the Washington area. Mrs. Har-
mon, cited fcr her youth work, is the first
woman to receive the award.

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Popularity of Yiddish Literature
By PHILIP RUBIN
Inuring the pasl quarter -century Yiddish, u a
spoken language of daily intercourse and as a
literature, has suffered terrible blows. The major
blow was. of course, the destruction of six million
European Jews, most of whom were Yiddish speak-
ing and Yiddish-reading The other was the volun-
tary linguistic assimilation of Jews in the United
States and other free democracies, countries where
a generation earlier a large immigrant generation
had in its vast majority lived out its life in Yiddish.
The third blow was the forced linguistic assimila
tion of three million Jews in Communist RUSBia,
the destruction of Yiddish secular culture there
by Stalin after World War II.
While the decline of Yiddish as a main, or at
li:i>i auxiliary, spoken language is not so notice
able if one happens to live in such big centers of
Jewish population as New York, Buenos Aires,
Tel Aviv and even some Russian cities, the decline
in the number of Yiddish readers has been vii-
tuaUj catastrophic; and there are statistics to
show it
Communist Russia under Stalin could shut
down Yiddish newspapers and theatres and Stop
the publication of Yiddish books, but it couldn't
prevent .lews there from speaking Yiddish to each
other. While perhaps one million out of the five-
and -one half million American Jews may still speak
Yiddish, even if they mix English words with it.
most of these Yiddish speakers do not read a Yid-
dish newspaper or hook. In New ',.,.
prefer a rag like the "Daili New
their English is meagre, to an intelligent Yidd,,,
newspaper like the "Porverts" or "ToR-More
Only Two Left
Only these two Yiddish dailies are now left
the North American continent, whereas fou
ades ago there were ten. The sale of Yiddish k
even by famous authors, has become so ridloulou ,
and also tragically small that a noted aUth,
like Sholom Asch, who died nine years ago i T
later years virtually wrote his best-seller nov I
for the English-reading marl-el and 'Mini
care whether they were published ,\w nn^'
Yiddish. Isaac Bashevis Singer, who ha- succeeded
Asch as the sole living Yiddish star on the present
day American literary firmament. ..ems tu .
heading in the same direction.
But while the number of readers of Yiddisl J
books has declined almost to the vanishing point
a remarkable thing has been happening to Yiddish
literature during the past quarter-century ,
greatly increased popularity in transl
ticularly in English translation, since more that
half of world Jewry now lives in the United States
and other English speaking countries [ hay,
mentioned the present vogue of Singer and
popularity of Asch in the immediate past Bui that
isn't all there is to it far from it The populariti
Continued on Page 14 D
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*Jewisti ffcridllan
Page 7-D
Three World War II military chiefs who led
the Allied Armies to victory in Europe were
awarded gold medallions at the annual na-
tional conference of the United Jewish Ap-
peal commemorating the 20th anniversary
of V-E Day and the consequent liberation of
survivors of Nazism from concentration
camps during the outgoing Hebrew Year
5726. Shown at the New York Hilton Hotel
are (from left) Gen. Pierre Joseph Koenig,
who was Commander-in-Chief of the Free
French Forrces; Great Britain's Field Mar-
shal, the Earl Alexander of Tunis; and Gen.
Lucius D. Clay, former Commander-in-Chief
of the U.S. Armed Forces in Europe, who ac-
cepted the medal for his convalescing war-
time chief and friend, former President
Dwight David Eisenhower, General of the
Army of the United States and Supreme
Commander of the Allied Expeditionary
Force. At right is Max M. Fisher, of Detroit,
reelected general chairman of the United
Jewish Appeal at the conference.
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Friday. September
16. 1966
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What Happened to Austria's Jews
By SHIN FEV SAMAKH
ONCE proud Austrian Jewry, whence came many
of the Croat Jewish scientists and scholars.
Jewish leaders and dipnitaries. is a skeleton of its
old self. It is a community that still lives in the
shadows of Hitleiism. reminisce* of the years
when the Nazi salute was the order of the day.
when the swastika predominated, when Adolf
Hitler received a warmer welcome in Vienna than
he did in Munich
The official organ of the Vienna Israeliti.-che
Kultuspeineinde offers us some very depressing
figures of the status of the Jewish community
today.
In a series of statistics, outlininp the Jewish
population of Austria at the end of 1965. by apes,
the following figures were made obtainable:
218
15
366
250
966
51
1688
2100
1369
1780
38
5 years
( 10 years
11 14 years
18 years
]<- 21 years
22 40 years
41 50 years
60 years
61 70 years
;i 80 years
81 90 years
(Her W years
Total
8.930
But 1.500 persons are. for various reasons no)
registered at the Israelitische Kultasgemeinda i
Vienna. Therefore it is considered thai the Jew! h
population of Vienna consists of at least 10500
persons. In the last year the population increased
by 400 (immiprantion 355; conversion ,,)
conversion 20; births 25) but ;it t|u. time the population decreased by 443 persons (emi-
gration 135; conversion 4.343: deaths 289
Which means that the Jewish population in Iftts
decreased by 43 persons.
Population Decrease
Before turning to the security and social -
problems of Austrian Jewry", it is worth consider
mp the status of the Israelitische Kultusgemeinde
Its budpet for 1965 was 16.500.ooo Austrian shill-
ings approximately $830,000
In 1966. the Kultusgemeinde will spend ap-
proximately 5.811.0000 for its hospitals and homes
for the aped; for social welfare. 1,832.000 shillings,
an amount of 1.374.000 for religious affairs which
will include religious education: an additional
768.000 for cultural and educational undertakings
and 110.000 to fight anti-Semitism and neo-Nazism
These are revealing facts. That care for the
aped and the sick should require more than half
the pemeinde's budget is an indication of the
decline of Austrian Jewry. It shows thai th<
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Page 9-D
predominate, and as the upper figure* shew th
ii:*h are in the smallest minority.
That accounts for the small allocation! :
1 ducational efforts. In this context, there is s, |< -, i
need to finance religious services.
Unending Danger
Meanwhile, the fact that a sum. no
small, has been set aside to fight anti-Semil
to he on euard against the reemerging Nh.'i
t, is proof of an unending danger that mav
tribute towards a continuing disintegration of
Irian Jewry.
At recent trials of anti-Semites, then were
Jewish demonstrations in courtrooms in
na. Thev were disturbing factors in a di.-turb-
f area, pointing to an increase of tensions
During the last election in Austria, the anti-
>i mites were among the most voluble campaigners.
i i of the candidates, the former Socialist In-
't nor Minister Franz Olah who had been expelled
from his party, ran on a F'rogressive Democratic
ket of his own. charged his former associates
treason and murder and a variety of crimes
. was greeted with howls of approval from ami
-, itic audiences.
Then there were many anti Semitic pamphlets.
accusations that "the Jews in the Socialist party
trt reaching for power." charging those who op-
i .-( with international Jewry you have secured
youi capital as labor leaders so that your liveli
bred in exile will be assured ." Such wert the
'n;:ts that have not materialized but nevertheless
ir.fl;ci.t< that there i< a growing anti-Semitism in
itic land of song and music that had turned to
riKlt- arn. creed among a large portion of the
I .i!?.tion.
The decline of Austrian Jewry will be better
understood by viewing comparative figures In
II 24 Austria's Jewish population numbered 350.000
with 300.000 living in Vienna alone. There was a
I tu to ;. pre-war figure of 178.364 most of
them in Vienna Then came the wholesale slaughter
b) th( Nazis
Community Decline
1953 there were 13.000 Jews in Vienna Now
10.500 and most of them are old
pcopu Thus a great community has declined. It
fulfillment of a prophecy made more than 40
o, by Hugo Bettauer, in his book "City
Without Jews" He wrote about Vienna He was
murdered by anti-Semites for exposing the rising
in nd of hatred.
Austrian Jewry had been a partly assimilating
Jewry. As a result of the 1869 laws of Austria-
Hungarj which permitted civil marriages and vol-
untary changes of religions. 28.777 Jews abandoned
Judaism in a 60-year period that followed the
pomulgation of that "religious freedom" law. In
the same period there were 6.310 conversions to
Judaism, mostly by non-Jewish women who mar-
ried Jews.
In general there was a trend towards assimila-
tion That did not deter Nazi terrorism. Now Jews
live again under the increasing threats of anti-
Semitism. In Austria lives not only a skeletonized
but a tragically afflicted Jewry.
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By FRED A. STERN
MiHEN a rabbi finds that a congregant is involved
in a severe personal difficulty stemming from
a family problem, he should refer the congregant
to a caseworker. He often docs not.
When a social worker finds that a Jewish client
is involved in a problem dealing with religious
issues, he (or she) should bring a rabbi into the
consultation. He (or she) often does not.
From the viewpoint of the functionary in
volved. there are good reasons for not doing what
would seem to be the obvious procedure. To a
rabbi, a caseworker, particularly a Jewish- ease-
worker is if not actively hostile to religion in
general and to Judaism in particular at best
indifferent to the significance of Judaism in terms
of faith, history and culture. A large number of
practitioners in the social work field tend to more
or less accept Freud's view that religion is a
neurosis. Mow could a rabbi expose a religiously-
troubled congregant to such a counselor? Corres-
pondingly, why should a social worker bring an
exponent of '"obscurantism" into the effort to aid
a client?
Lacking Trained Skill
But the fact remains that, in many such cases,
the rabbi lacks the trained skill to deal with diffi-
cult personality problems and the social worker is
often damagingly blind to that aspect of the client's
problems, when it is an aspect.
As these facts have become manifest, there
have followed encouraging efforts toward ending
the breach between the religious and social work
functionary. According to a recent issue ol I he
Jewish Community.'' the publication of the Council
of Jewish Federations and Welfare Fund- ,,
operation between rabbis and social workers, as
well as between synagogues and communal
cies, is growing steadily.
Rabbis are recognizing that many of th<
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special skills of psychiatrists, psychologists and
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to synagogues and rabbis for help.
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president of the Family Service Associate
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place to find skilled help for Jews Rabbi Simon
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rabbis are not acquainted with the personnel of
our agencies and who rarely or never make :
ral to them." He proposes a continuing program
where necessary to inform rabbis on Jewish com
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*, kwlsto nurMRtMi
Page 11-D
tnunal services and how to refer congregants to
those services.
Sometimes, however, the rabbi has reason to
be irritated when he does know and does refer
someone to a social agency. In so doing, he cer-
tainly does not want to end his relationship to
I bat person but it often happens that once the
referral is made, the rabbi is pushed out of the
situation. Says the report, "there is often no re-
porting back to him of subsequent developments
and almost never is he included as a resource in
working out a solution"
Inculcating Heritage
Kabbi Simon touches delicately on the prob-
lem of the lack of Jewishness of many Jewish
social work personnel. Such personnel and their
agencies are viewed by him as literally parts of
the Jewish community. This means, he argues,
that "their goals, philosophy and aspirations should
be Jewishly motivated ." Jewish social workers
.-bould be imbued with the uniqueness of the
Judaic heritage, and with a solid background in
Jewish tradition, beliefs and practices, he adds
Rabbi Wice believes that rabbis and social
workers "stand on the threshold of a new. coopera-
tive period of their relationships." But he cautions
there is a tendency among rabbis to counsel
troubled persons whenever asked, regardless of a
lack of training for such counseling
One rabbi deeply involved in advancing such
cooperative efforts is Isaac X. Trainin, director of
the religious affairs department of the Federation
Continued on Page 13-D
Dr. Mary I. Bunting, president of Radclifie
College nnd former member of the U.S.
Atomic Energy Commission (left), and Am-
bassador James M. Nabrit Jr.. deputy U.S.
representative on the UN Security Council,
on leave from his post as president of How-
ard University, are shown with Mrs. Mor-
timer Jacobson. national president of
Hadassah, alter receiving the organization's
Myrtle Wreath Award for outstanding con-
tributions in their respective fields. The
awards were presented at a Hadassah
luncheon in New York during the outgoing
Hebrew Year 5726.
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Rabbis Israel Miller (third from left), cf Rab-
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efforts to combat Jewish illiieracy and rel
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jamin Kahn 'rights Hillel national dire
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The Rabbi as a Social Worker
Continued from Page 11-D
\ .levvish Philanthropies of Greater New Yort
,i believes there is almost no hostility en ih(
:irl of the typical Jewish social worker toward
t religious needs and sensitivities of clients,
lore and more Jewish welfare agencies consuit
jibbis in situations where the social worker feels
x rabbis can help, in his view.
Rabbi Trainin's department has worked with
th New York Board of Rabbis to conduct many
Mminars for rabbis to give them a working know
'tdge of social work agencies, their rationale and
-, ir role in the Jewish community. The Fedt-ra
on's Commission on Synagogue Relations is work
l nn the other half of the problem by seeking to
rig ;ihout better understanding among .Ituisri
,.! workers of the rabbi's role.
Many Conferences
i have been a number of confen
I er Hi communities <>n topics ol mut
ti rabbis and social workers in su<:. :.
marriagi l< i.-.:i time, m< nti alth. j ;
care oi the aged, and othi rs
ecent i fei i ce in Philadt iphia >;. ns< red
i Board of Rail,:s. the Federation oi lewish
ncies and the Jewish Y's and Centers of Gi
adi Iphia yielded some interesting information
the scope <>i such cooperation. Participants
ere told about a survey which indicated that 60
cent of Jewish Centers had cither informal cr
formal representation from synagogues on their
boards and that 30 per cent of such representatives
were rabbis. Many examples of synagogue center
cooperation were reported. These included pro-
gramming for older adults, teen-age activities and
Jewish cultural and educational activities.
Britain's Jews
Continued from Page 5-D
tht daughters of wealthy families unless 1 am well
I; id for if"
Search for Rabbi
The year was spent in search of a Chiel Rabbi
' March has often presented to the world an
i ignifii d picture. Rut this is not really the fault
! :.-h Jews. Weizmann once remarked: Who
- how n;..i'\ Einsteins and Bergsons had been
i !< death by the Nazis?" It is certainly true
I countless prospective chief rabbit per
Eui ;.... I Joseph lie rz was
'.:..;. odie is a
British Jev s an i "t the
,. it} thai i ro luo bis ;>t
\\\ thesi an I matte rs len was little
txterni ,' ssure on British Ji
ThoH who don't worry too much about >
i .: affairs had prosperous and eonti -
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Popularity of Yiddish Literature
Continued from P9 *-D
of Sholom Aleichem in English translation has
steadily risen in the United States since World
War II and reached its climax with the smash-hit
performance of "Fiddler On the Roof which has
been running for the past couple of years on Broad-
way and is based on Sholom Aleichems tales of
"Tevye the Dairyman." Sholom Aleichem's humor-
ous works are still selling well in English trans-
lation even though they haven't become best-sellers.
Author's Ptnalty"
Curiously enough, there is one Yiddish author
whose name is hardly known to the English-reading
public but whose one work, a drama, has been
seen by tens, perhaps hundreds of thousands of
persons on the stage, in the movies and, a few
years ago, on television. This is S. Anski, pen
name of Solomon Rappaport, author of the mystical
"Dybbuk," one of the most moving dramas of the
twentieth century in any language. (In Italy and
in this country even operas were made out of
"The Dybbuk.) This is the penalty an author often
incurs for writing only one work, no matter how
great.
Anski's masterpiece was issued this year in a
new translation, by Josh C. I-andis. in a paperback
volume entitled "The Dybbuk and Other Great
Yiddish plays" (published by Bantam Books. Inc.)
SHOLOM AltlCHtM
riling popularity
and let us hope that this book will finally impress
upon American readers that "The Dybbuk" was
written by somebody, and that this somebody was
known by his pen-name of S. Anski. Let us ;tls<>
hope that three out of the four other Yiddish
plays, which were also translated by Prof. Landis,
will serve to introduce a new generation of English
readers to such fine Yiddish writers as H. I,eivick.
who is represented here by his long mystical play
The Golem." Peretz Hirshbein. author of the pas
toral drama "Green Fields." and David Pinski,
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* fen is} fkricfiann
Page 15-D
whose "Kins David and His Wives"" is a delectable
tidbit These three authors were translated into
English about four decades ago but the books have
gone out of print. The fifth play which is published
j (his paperback volume is the controversial "God
0f Vengeance" by Sholom Asch, one Yiddish author
who hardly needs any introduction to an English
reading public.
Big Anthology
In 1953, Viking Press got out a big anthology
0| 830 pages, entitled "A Treasury of Yiddish
Stories," edited by Irving Howe and Eliezer Green
berg, lo which this writer contributed a transla-
tion. It was subsequently issued as a paperback
bj World Publishing Co. in 1958 and has since
gone through six printings, (the last in 1961). an
indication of the continued popularity of the Yid-
dish short story in English renderings. A few
years :i'AO there came out in London a new edition
oi Joseph Leftwichs "The Golden Peacock."' a huge
anthology of Yiddish poetry in English translation
ich, a well-known Anglo-Jewish journalist.
ior and translator, is I now hear, planning to
an anthology of Yiddish essays, something
which has never before been attempted in English.
There are several questions which arise in
ection with the present popularity of Yiddish
lure in English translation. Who are the
ile who read this translated Yiddish literature"'
Is [heir interest in translated Yiddish literature
SHOLtU ASCH
no introduction neeM
a steady or only an ephemeral one'.' If it is a sus-
tained interest, can it continue for long'.'
Need for Understanding
One cannot delve into these matters within
the space of a short article. But we might say in
closing that the present-day interest of an English-
reading public, which we presume is overwhelm-
ingly Jewish, in Yiddish literature appears to meet
a need among at least a large sector of American
Jewish youth for understanding their immediate
Jewish pa.>t. a need which may serve to bring to
the attention of American Jewish youth other
Yiddish writers besides the three or four who are
popular today.
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But be is threatening his family's security.
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vJenist fkrkRan
Friday, September 16. 1968
To the Jewish Community in South Florida
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During the Holiday Season
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Best Wishes
tor
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By PHILIP SLOMOVITZ
"OUR notorious bigots. Jew-baiters whose records
" are tainted with marks of hatred, with poison
ous aims to malign and to hartn the Jewish people,
have just emerged in the limelight again.
Three of them are still alive, and their friend.*
and admirers (sic) are glorifying them as if they
were saints.
A fourth is dead, but his compatriots speak
of him as if he were a world hero.
In the records of the libertarians, all of them
were deeply involved in spreading hatreds. They
are all anathema in the chronicle of humani
tariauisrrv
Simon Pctlura. Haj Arain el-Husseini. the Eev.
Father Charles K. Counklin and Ezra Pound just
figured prominently in the news. All of them
posjsess records of inhumanity of man to man that
will keep their names among the tyrannous and
the inciters to hatred.
Escaping Dishonor
Ezra Pound is back in the news, again hailed
as a great poet, and a new volume, "Ezra Pound
Perspectives,"' edited by Noel Stock, published
by Regnery, could well be interpreted as a glori-
fication. Indeed, he is accepted as the great poet.
Few passages in this book, by several of the em-
inent literary contributors to the praise for Pound,
mention his anti-Semitism. But he was a fascist
propagandist. He was a defender of Nazism. He
EZRA POUND
was captured by American forces near Genoa. Ital>
in May of 1945. On July 26, 1943. he. was. .indictee
by a Federal Grand Jury in Washington for treason
He was known as the "American Haw-Haw'
because of his broadcasts of seditious utterance-
over Radio Rome. In 1946, he was brought to th,
United States for trial, but was adjudged insane
and therefore escaped facing a court of honot
and justice.
In '"Ezra Pound Perspectives," under date oi
Nov. 21, 1932, Ernest Hemingway is quoted: "Tin
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*Jmisii fhrkUam
Page 3-E
joion.raiu mm?
our minds and wisdom mature
and our outlook on life becomes
more mellow, we pause to offer
thanks for all the blessings
of the past and to wish to
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best of Pound's writing it is in the Cantos
will last as long as there is any literature." As long
as there is national honor, will Ezra Pound's name
also be the anathema he had earned for himself
by propagating the views of brutality-minded
tyrants?
Distantly related, through his mother, to Henry
Wadsworth Longfellow, Pound distinguished him-
self early in life. But later, sporting a red beard,
he became a protagonist of haters of men. When
he left this country for London at the age of 22,
he had said: "For 22 years I had struggled against
the appalling waste of opportunity in America's
mental affairs." Some years later he was found
mentally deranged.
Wins Top Award
Pound now lives with his daughter in Merano,
Italy. "Ezra Pound Perspectives" was published
to honor him on his 80th birthday. It was only
20 years ago that he preached hate against "Nig-
gers" and "Yids" and now he is being honored
again. After being spared court action when he
was declared insane he won the Bollingen Prize
for Poetry. This has been called "treason's strange
fruit."
Yet, this traitor to America, this vile anti-
Semite, had and has his defenders. For example,
on May 5, 1958, a lady who signed herself Gladys
Hynes, wrote as follows to the London Observer:
".May 1 protest against the assertion in your Pro-
file of Ezra Pound that he is a "crude anti-Semite?'
Ezra Pound is not, and never has been, an anti-
Semite. He hates usury, and the Jewish people
have been, and still are, much concerned with
FR. COUGHLIN
the manipulating of money. This'is probably a re-
sult of their historic position. Ezra Pound hates
usury, not Jews; he has always had Jews amonv
his personal friends. That Ezra Pound has beer,
intemperate in the expression of his faith and
feeling, none of those who love and admire him
can deny: but is it possible to imagine a poet with
out passion? Passion can quicken and energize
but it can and does distort."
Anti-Bolshevik
And in the name of genius there is all-toooftet.
distortion of humanitarian ideas. Through Pouno
there is distortion, although the record has hin
down clearly as the bigot, the hater of Jews. Ne
groes his own country.
One of the four haters of Jews whose name has
cropped up anew in the news is dead. The name
Continued on Page 14-E
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
FASHION EMBROIDERY & STITCHING
127 N.W. 2nd STREET FR 4-6553
MR. and Mrs. JACK SOMBERG
VAN'S EQUIPMENT RENTALS
MACHINERY RENTALS
Fork Lift Trucks Air Hammers
Concrete Saws Generators, Etc.
Daily, Weekly & Monthly Rentals
WE DELIVER
1830 N.W. 20th Street Phone NE 5-8712
To our manu valued friend* .
SEASONS RKI:TIXS!
'i{
m
TONY'S FISH MARKET
RESTAURANT
*
1900 79th STREET CAUSEWAY, NORTH BAY VILLAGE
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
CENTER
PHARMACY
Phone PL 1-2924
Prescription Specialists
9723 N.E. 2nd Avenue
Dir. Opp. Shores Theatre
Holiday Greetings from
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
FURNITURE CO.
We Rent Rollaway Beds
and Baby Furniture
If You Have Good
Furniture to Sell. Call
PHONE WI 7-3169
15320 W.Dixie Hwy.
No. Miami Beach
Mrs. Van Gundy, New Owner
TO ALL GREETINGS
SEAVIEW CLEANERS
AND TAILORS
EXPERT
Ladies' & Men's
Alterations
262 95th Street
UN 5-9623
BEST WISHES FOR A
VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
STATE REPRESENTATIVE
W. Thomas
Spencer
TO OUR AAANY VALUED
JEWISH FRIENDS
OUR SINCERE
GOOD WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
THURMOND
MONUMENT
CO.


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Friday, September 16, 1968
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LAKESIDE MEMORIAL FARK
e>-6'C .-. e year oi peace
hacc ress c-c .-. e -ce "C.
LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK
AND GARDEN MAUSOLEUM
N.W. 25th Street at 103rd Ave., Miami
TO 5 "689
----- NEV\ i'EAR
JOHN T. SLATER
CALL SLATER "THE REALTOR"
REAL ESTA'E N ALL "5 BRANCHES
Ph. 759-2795
1697 NE 123 rd S*-eet North Via mi
I
BEST WISHES 7Cr. .'. HAPPY NEW YZAU
TC all
Robert L Shevin
and Family
HAPFY HEW YEAR TO All
CAWY BOTTLING CORPORATION
75 WEST 19th STREET Hialeah Ph. 866C232
VINCENT CCSSIC. President
WE WISH CUR JEWISH FRIEZES
GOOD YEARS TO COME
KIM'S CHINESE RESTAURANT
LINCOLN ROAD at WEST AVENUE JE 2-9922
GREETINGS TC ALL FROM
THE SI \ BOLD III II m\<.
36 N.f. 1st Street Miami. fieri*.
Air ornci SPACE AVAILABLE UST central location
CAU
JFfe/J&f Monogemenf Comporty
/ REALTORS
FB 1-3592 234 Biscayse Blvd. Miami. Fla.
TOM FLAHERTY
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
0^
w~(Ji*t
C2C LINCOLN RCAD Wami B*eh Ph. r~-3666
Four Names for Rosh Hashona
By I. M. GREEN
ALL the four major Jewish festivals bear more
than one biblical or talmudic name, which
gives (hem greater significance than they would
erwise have. The great eight-day holiday of
Passover, in preparation for which our Orthodox
mothers or grandmothers used to work so hard for
c whole month cleaning and scrubbing, is not only
called in Hebrew "Hag ha Pesach" "the holiday
of the passing over" but also "Hagha-Matzoh
the holiday when only matzoh and no bread
can be eaten and Hag ha-Aviv" "the fes-
tival of spring."
Seven weeks later comts the "Feast of Weeks,
cut. whose other name is "Hag ha-Bikii!
festival of the offering of first fruits." and
mltural significance oi the holiday is even
.zed in the Talmud than the commem-
on of "Matan Torah." the giving of the Law
by God to Moses or. Mount Sinai. Sukkot is knov n
.-.- the week when Jews eat in booths to commem-
erings through the desert, but it
icultun ame Hag-ha-Asii"
..
. holiday. -
Vi Kippui can hardly be classed as a
f fasting), has four dif:>
Hashona" means liter-
ead of the year," or as we say nowadays.
Daj It is celebrated for two days
Israel *he all thei fa lidays are only ci-lt-
Hon. Herbert I. Waters, cssistant adminis-
:rc!c: for material resources of the U.S.
Acency for International Development, and
Mrs. Moi timer Jaoobson. notional president
oi Hadassah. sign aqreement under which
is to prov.de S335.C00 in counlerpait
, to improve hospital kitchen, dining
room and food handling facilities at the
Hadcssah-Hebrew University Medical Cen-
:e: in Jerusalem. For this purpose. AID us
using c new provision in the Food for Peace
.zw for the f'rst time lo help Hadassah
meel its rapidly-expanc.r.g programs in
".s.-cel.
m. end MRS. SAMUEL FRIEDLAHD
end Family
y*
wish ::-:::? relatives and friends
a happy and prosperous new ytar
FLAIR MATTRESS & FURNITURE CO.
3705 N.W. 50th STREET, Miami, Fla. NE 4-2565
W AND MRS Al GCTSTEIN
Exter.c -.c A.: Gocc Wishes for a Happy New L eci
TO All SEASON'S GKtlJINCS
Jack Duffieid
TC ALL MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS
ABBOTT SCHOOL
NURSERY THROUGH 9th GRADE
7705 ABBOTT AVE. Phone UN 5-2646
GREE" NGS .
A. J. WALLACE
FURNITURE STORE
REPAIRING REFINISHING
SPEC ALIZING
In Arv ; c ano. Furniture
and Office Equipment
7622 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
P- 75S-7824
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
enness Garment co. inc.
Fashion Mart Bldg 221 NW 1st Court
Miami
HAPPY NEW YEAR
ART EMBROIDERY & SCALLOPING CO.
2519 N.W. 2nd AVENUE, MIAMI, FLORIDA
Ph. 635-0130 Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cooper man
cur
MANUFACTURERS
NATIONAL BANK OF
HIALEAH, FLORIDA
Nathan E. Rood President & Chairman ct the Beard
Former. J. Williams Vice President & Cashier
Charles I Crumrine ... Assistant Vice President
George Hernandez Assistant Cashier
Flamingo Shopping Plaxa Dial 885-4511
MR. and MRS.
Gilbert menaker
OF THE
KENT HOTEL
EXTENC EfcST WISHES
FCR A
HAFFY AND PEACEFUL
NEW YEAR TO ALL
A HAPPY
NEW YEAR TO ALL
Sol Megdell
REALTOR
605 LINCOLN ROAD
Phone JE 8-8551
Compliments
of
MP AND MRS.
SEASONS GREETINGS
TO ALL
located at
227 Seybold Bldg.
Mr. and Mrs.
Henry King
Man ford
wish their friends
Q Hcppy New Year


Friday. September IS. 1966
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'v
brated for one day, because in ancient times it
was net exactly known when the moon came out
to start the new month, the first day of the month
of Tishri.
Fe*> *nd Atonement
Roth Hashona ii a blend of feasting and atone-
ment, of sober reflection on the sins of the past
year and of joyous resolve to do better in the year
ahead So on these two days one eats the traditional
holiday meals and oes to "tashlich," to a river
bank to shake off one's sins.
Another name for Rosh Hashona is 'Yom Ter-
u'ah.' Ihe Day of rhe Blowing of the Ram's Horn,
or Shofar. because on the first day of the holiday
(unless the first day falls on a Saturday), the Sho-
far is blown in all synagogues. Actually the Shofar
is blown in al^ synagogues for a whole month
before Rosh Hashona. beginning with the first day
of Elul. which starts the sacred penitential periol
During the week before Rosh Hashona. while it is
still dark and before the morning prayers be-4in.
penitential prayers 'Selicholh) are recited and the
Shofar i- blown On Yom Kippur the blowing of the
Shofai marks the end of the day-long services.
Day of Judgement
Tl;-. third a:-i fourth names of Rosh Hashona
can be regardeJ as linked together, and their
significance is usually held to be greater than
that of the other two names. These are the names
"Yom Hazikkaron" "The Day of Remembrance"
and "Yom Hadin" "The Day of Judgement."
which latter name is also applied to Yom Kippur.
On Rosh Hashona. which is traditionally regarded
as the day of the creation of the world, God remem-
bers all His creatures and determines the lot of
human beings during the coming year. On that day
He passes judgement on all persons who are thus
summoned to earnest self-judgement "spiritual
stock-taking." remembrance on their own part, one
might say to atonement and to self improve
ment.
On Rosh Hashona, it is believed, the names of
the good are written down immediately for good
and for life, while those of the bad are blotted
out forthwith from the book of life. However, the
decision of God as regards those who are in-be-
tween, neither good nor bad. is reserved until Yom
Kippur. the Day of Atonement, on which day the
lot and fate of each are determined in accordance
with each ones repentance. Thus "Day of Remem-
brance" and "Day of Judgement' become virtually
synonymous in the eyes of God.
Atonement and Expiation
Once upon a time, among the Jews in the pre-
Exilic period, Rosh Hashona too had an agricul-
tural significance, but that has long since been lost.
In the days before the Babylonian exile, the New
Year began in the fall, since the old harvest year
concluded at that time, and the new one began.
During the Babylonian exile, the Jews adopted
from the Babylonians, in addition to the New Year
on the first of Tishri the present-day Rosh
Hashona the new year occurring at the start
of the spring month of Nissan, that is. two weeks
before Passover.
Nevertheless, the celebration of the new year
Continued on Page 1S-E
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
Buddy Pastor
AC SPEEDOMETER
SERVICE
2634 N.W. 27th AVE.
Phone 633 1293
To A!', a Most
HAPPY NEW YEAR
AJAX
WINDOW CLEANERS
ana
MR & MRS 110 TEPPER
and FAMILY
6636 COLLINS AVE.
-one UN 4-3416
CARMEN
llVaufv salon
1604 WASHINGTON AVE.
JE 4-2930
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
to all our
FRIENDS AND CLIENTS
HAP-Y NEW YEAR and
BEST WISHES TO ALL
BOOK RESTORATION
SERVICE
1155 MARSEIIUES DRIVE
MIAMI BEACH, FLA. 33131
864-4949
Freda Press, Director
New Year Greetings from
The Fischers
of
.ii \> rose
SHOPS
827 LINCOLN ROAD
1511 WASHINGTON AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
BEST WISHES and NEW YEAR GREETINGS
to the
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
Councilman & Mrs. Joe Malek
To All.., Best Wishes for the Holiday
Tropical Paper & Wax Company
Wik PiMr, Freszer Paper, Delicatessen Paper, "Troo :al
9500 N.W. 36th Avenue, Miami
IN HIALEAH IT'S
JULIUS CAESAR'S RESTAURANT
IViv;,- that eeofc and do Ihe dishes
Should be granted these three wishes:
i qratilul male, a well kissed cheek,
A ttiitajront dinner every week."
IUUUS CAfSA*
Happy Holidays to All Our Friends
Cor. 49th ST. & E. 4th AVE., Hialeah
DINE IN
CARRY OUT
CATERING
Ph. 681 6633
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
& B CASUALS INC
6741 N.W. 37th COURT
BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR
from
WARREN HOFSTADTER AND FAMILY
YOO-HOO BEVERAGES
590 W. 83rd STREET, HIALEAH
MR. AND MRS. JACK GOLDSTEIN
and Daughters DOROTHY and LOIS
of 1710 BAY DRIVE, NORMANDY ISLE
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year

WE WISH YOU
* health
^ prosperity
ac* peace
and a most
Happy New Year

GREETINGS...
WEBB CONSTRUCTION
COMPANY
We Help Build Greafer Miami
INDUSTRIAL SPECIALISTS
1300 NW 167th ST., Miami, Fla. 33169
Ph. 624-8484
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
MONTGOMERY ELEVATOR CO.
130 N.W. 62nd STREET MIAMI, FLA.
Phone 753-2517
iipst Wish*'* to the
Entire Jewish Community
if
DADE GAS CORPORATION
BOTTLED GAS & APPLIANCES
8350 N.W. 7th AVENUE Ph. 757-8401
GREETINGS
UNIVERSITY FEDERAL
Savings & Loan Association
OF CORAL GABLES
SAFETY OF YOUR SAVINGS INSURED
UP TO $10,000
199 Miracle Mile
Coral Gables
We Wish All Our Friends and Clients A Happy New Year
HOLM'S m:\cty salon
1455 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
MOLLIE HART Ph. 5384)000
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
Robert's Manufacturing Company
"UPHOLSTERING"
4590 4602 East 10th Court, Hialeah Ph. 685-2083
HAPPY NEW YEAR AND BEST WISHES TO ALL
ALL-STATES PUBLISHING CO.
1140 N.E. MIAMI COURT FR 3-7671
JOSEPH GREENBF.RG, Owner


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car
ANNiVERSAIW
yew j
LITTLE RIVER BANK
AND TRUST COMPANY
8017 N.E. SECOND AVENUE
MIAMI, FLORIDA
- Ftde'a' Resewe Syj!e"> Fede-al Depos 1 Insurance Corpora'on
THE BERMAN AND LEVITT FAMILIES OF
II l-4.lt \ lI FOOD CO.
3SS N.E. 71st STREET MIAMI Ph. 758 0516
Extend Best Wishes to All Their Friends and Patrons
FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
DADE RESTAURANT & REPAIR SHOP
Repair & Overhaul of Hotel & Restaurant Equipment
23T9 N.W. 7th AVENUE FR 9-6127
Dorothy and Ted Patterson. Owners
HOWARD'S SUPER LIQUORS
Lowest PricesBest Service on Miami Beach
FREE DELIVERY JE 8-4445
515 Washington Avenue Miami Beach
EVAN'S SHORELINE CLEANERS
CLEANERS OF DISTINCTION QUALITY WORKA/ANSHIP
PROMPT SERVICE
8020 NE 4th AVENUE PL 8-4537
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
FLORIDA DIVISION
Mutual of Omaha Ins. Co.United Benefit Life Ins.
Phone 371-1461 805 Ainsley Building
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
CADILLAC COSMETICS & PERFUMES
280 WEST 24th STREET HIALEAH
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Klein TU 7-8833
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
PURITY CONDIMENTS
3590 NW 60th STREET NE 5-1389
To All Greetings
i
J. HOUSTON GRIBBLE
North Miami Tax Assessor
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
11'. CAftflOLL 11II so \
15450 N.W. 27th AVENUE Ph. 685-2962
The extensive foreign affairs program of the
American Jewish Committee is highlighted
in a photographic exhibition now on display
at the Hebrew Society of Culture and Sport
in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Viewing the sec-
tion of the exhibition portraying the Commit-
tee's interreligious relations program are
David Marcus (left), editor of the Yiddish
weekly "Idishe Presse," and Gavriel Doren,
Minister for Cultural Affairs of the Israeli
Embassy in Buenos Aires. The program is
viewed as particularly significant today in
light of the recent coup and ouster of Pres-
ident Illia and the change in government
there.
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
EXPANDO TRAILER SALES
USED TRAILERS BANK FINANCED
135 N.W. 79th STREET Phone 751-5084
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
AAA LETTER SERVICE
130 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
FR 9-0041
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
CARIBBEAN SHOE CORP.
255 S.W. 8th STREET
Ph 377-2754
GREETINGS
DIXIE EQUIPMENT COMPANY
TOWMOTOR MOTO-TRUCK NANCO
TRAVELLIFT MAGLINE DOCKBOARDS
AND HAND TRUCKS
5136 NW 17th AVENUE Miami
Ph. 696-3652
Charles L. Waters, Res.: Ph. 688-8545
A Happy New Year to Our Friends and Customers
COMMERCIAL FISHING SUPPLY CO.
54 Southwest Sixth Street
Telephone 374-6444
NEW YEAR GREETINGS FROM
PEGGY'S REALTY SALON, INC.
1637 Washington Ave. (at Lincoln Rd.) Miami Beach JE 8-1665
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
NORTHSIDE SPORTSWEAR, INC.
7601 N.W. 25th AVENUE Ph 691-3951
IRVING LANDSMAN, President
HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM
VENETIAN CABINET SHOP
PAUL SCHAFFER. Owner
Hialeah TU 5-1852
193 WEST 24th STREET
LULA -to\i:s
Flowers for All Occasions
DUIVEIY
Cul Flawen
Potted Plants
Csrwgn
* Funeral D.iigm
We * Partial
1152 SW 8th STREET
Phone FR 4-5790
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
NORTH DADE
COUNTRY CLUB
IS-HOLt CHAMPIONSHIP
COlf COURSE
U.S. 441 at
N.W. 207th St.
NA 1-3621
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
PSKOV
REKTAI RANT
CHINESE AND
LATIN FOOD
809 Southwest 8th STREET
Dial 373-2438
GREETINGS
ROBINSON
GALLERIES INC.
NEW LOCATION
627 So. Miami Avenue
MIAMI
Phone 374-5713
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
From
RI< HARII G.
DOYLE
liiNiu-am 4>
AjB,#wy
7211 S.W. 62nd AVE.
SO. MIAMI, 43


f*
Friday, September 16, 1966
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Page 7-E
New Year With Us Once Again
By BEN NATHAN
A new year is with us again. It is artming that
the old one ever came to an end. There were
limes we thought we'd never get through. But
there you have it we did.
That's the very funny thing about time. It al-
ways changes, and changes us with it, and when
we think we're faltering it carries us, and when
we think time can't go on, time swoops down
and before you know it puts you on another scene.
TJiftt's what is meant when they speak of time's
inexorability, Its irresistible movement and irre-
sistible change.
My grandfather knew what he meant when
he always reassured mc that "every day is a new
day."' What he meant was because time changes
we are not irreparably glued to what's past, and
that with correct impulses we can alter everything
we suspected we were stuck to. If every day is a
new day, how much more so is every year a new
year.
Constant Chang*
Actually change is so constant one doesn't even
have to try. The. problems of one day, problems
as vast as the world, are gone the next without
even a patter of thought.
What loomed like the biggest monstrosity at a
certain time, doesn't even approach the size of an
insect at another time.
Today we think we're dying and twenty four
hours hence we have a thousand years of eternity
looming before us.
On one day we think we are useless, and
doing nothing, and able to do less, and the next
day we think of ourselves as verily the greatest,
with the ability and plans to carry out a hundred
and one tasks.
Today we are low. tomorrow we are high. To-
day we fancy all is lost and wasted, tomorrow we
thank the Ix>rd for all he has given us in such
abundance.
Such is time. No two segments of it are ever
alike. No two moments and no two hours. No two
months and no two years. Each is distinct unto
itself. Each different. Each unexpected and fresh
with new wonder, new surprises, new goals, and
new achievements.
So do not judge the future by the past. In
the past may be wisdom, but in the future is life,
and the miracles of the living which know no end.
No Surprises
The past has experience but the future has
surprises. The past produces memory', but the
future produces expectation and hope. The past
has made what is, what is already, but the future
produces what shall be, and what is not yet. The
past is closed but the future is open. The one is
over, the other has not yet begun, though begin
it will always, always in beginning and always new.
The walls of the past have already been written
Continued on Page 12-E
New Year Greetings from
Mr. Mrs. Eugene Klein
Of The
Roach Poultry
429 Espanola Way
Miami Beach J 8-3870
HAPPY NEW YEAR
& BEST WISHES TO ALL
SCRE MEAT
A POULTRY
7432 Collins Ave., MB.
UN 5-0559 Bill Geller
New Year Greetings
from
Mr. A Mrs.
Jack Silrer
8045 NOREMAC AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS TO ALL
CONSUMERS
WATER CO.
1826 Ponce de Leon
Coral Gables 444-7311
GREETINGS TO ALL
CADILLAC
HOTEL
. Jerry Granger, Owner Mqt.
Luxurious accommodations,
low rates, plenty of fun!
532-4541
A Full Block On The Ocaen
39th to 40th Sts., Miami Beach
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
FRANK O. HRUIYT
& SONS. INC.
-INSURANCE-
350 NE 15th STREET
Phone 377-0691
BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON
i im;i:ma\ biilders
'HUMAN BUILT MEANS BETTER BUILT"
11101 S.W. 176th STREET Ph. 235-7811
TO ALL GREETINGS
HOWARD AYARES
PLYMOUTH
5600 W. Flagler St. MO 6-8511
LOWEST PRICES ON THE NEW PLYMOUTH AND VALIANT
We Give Expert Service on All Chrysler Products
PLEASE COME IN TO SEE US
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL .
C. DANA WOOHMAIV
REALTOR
88 Merrick Way Phone HI 3-2534
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
RECKIXGHA3I DECORATORS
1590 N.W. 54h STREET Phone OX 1-4652
TO 411 OUR IRIINDS AND ACQUAINTANCES MOST HAPPY HOLIDAYS
MR. AND MRS. LOUIS SHAFKIN
1903 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
GREETINGS "ISAIAH" 53
COCOXIT GROVE
EMPLOYMENT AGENCY
DOMESTIC HELP
CABLES-S.W. SECTION Mrs. Erma C. Greene (Owner)
Phone 444-1631
103 GRAND AVENUE COCONUT GROVE
Hours: 7:45 A.M. to 12 Noon-1 P.M. to 3 P.M.-Mon. thru Fri.
The DIRECTORS, OFFICERS and STAFF
extend Best Wishes for a
Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year!
FLAGLER FEDERAL
8AVINCS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION OK MIAMI
P.iul H. Marks
Chairman o* the Board
Nathan Meltier
President
GREETINGS!!
Smith Hamilton Shop
GRINDING SERVICE
231 S.W. 8th STREET
PHONE FR 3-250*
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
MILLER AND SOLOMON, INC.
460 S. Dixie Highway Coral Gables
GENERAL "ONTRACTORS
Phone 661-3403
Besl Wishes to All for a Happy New Yecr
STYLANEZE FURNITURE INDUSTRIES
2640 S.W. 28th LANE Miami Ph. 446-2529
S. N. ROSENSTOCK, President
SEASON'S GREETINGS TO All
H. E. GOODMAN INS. AGENCY
ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE
8825 BISCAYNE BLVD. Ph. PL 4-3503
GREETINGS TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
HAPPY NEW YEAR
CASTLEWOOD INTERNATIONAL
CORPORATION
and its Subsidiaries
STATE LIQUOR STORES MAR TAB VENDING
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR
WONDERFUL CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
ASK FOR
BAKERY
13349 Washington Avenue. Miami Beach
division of NEW YORK BAKERIES. INC.
TO ALL NEW YEAR GREETINGS
PARKS AIR CONDITIONING SERVICE
2435 N.W. 7th COURT Phone 634-6178


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Friday, September 16, 1966
i '
TO AIL
GREETINGS
NATIONAL
TITLE
COMPANY
ABSTRACTS T/TLf INSURANCE MORTGAGES
MAIN OFFICE
151 SW 27th AVE.
Branches:
Huntington Medical Bldg.
Ph. 444-1601
Fort lauderdale
SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY
COHEN'S BAKERY
?55 WMkiHftoii AvcMt MIAMI I EACH MM Jl > -414J
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO AU
MIAMI DIAMOND CENTER
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. David Rabinowitz
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rabinowitz
l^r. and Mrs. Sol Goldstein
A HAPPY NEW YEAR :o all our FRIENDS & PATRONS
Bonfire Restaurant
HICKORY ROASTED FOOD OVER OPEN BONFIRE
. GREETINGS TO ALL .
CHARLES' RESTAURANT
GOOD FOOD GOOD COFFEE
CHARLES EMERSON, Owner
7121 N.W. 35th AVENUE
OX 1-6911
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
To All Our Friends and Customers
EDWARD DON & CO.
1550 N. Miami Ave.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Cm*lf Marias EUrtrkal Service
Marine
Electrical Service, Inc.
MIAMI. FLORIDA
1480 N.W. 22nd COURT
PHONE NE S-S531
Gurion's Greatness at Age 80
By S. J. GOLDSMITH
LONDON Greatness defies definition. But in
the presence of David Ben-Gurion you forget
the feuds and the tantrums, the unfairness and
the wrongheadedness, the hates and the outbursts.
You don't even feel like mentioning his latest
aberration the splitting of his own party. Be-
cause you do not want to seem to be making an
important issue out of a passing incident.
What you remember, as you find yourself face-
to-face with Ben-Gurion, is the vision, the courage
in the hour of destiny, the decisive stroke that
brought about the consummation of the Zionist
ideal and the birth of the Third Jewish Common-
wealth, the guardianship of the Jewish State in
its infancy. Indeed, one cannot meet B.G. and
shake hands with him without a sense of privilege.
It is like meeting Joshua.
Eighty what is eighty? In the Jewish tra-
dition it is a heroic act to reach eighty and so
it is. But age does not affect us all the same way.
A chosen few are unaffected by age until the last
lap. And B.G. is still running strongly.
On the 17th of Tishri (October I, 1966; David
Ben-Cunon. first Prime Minuter of Israel and
builder of the Jewish State, will celebrate hu 80th
birthday. It will also be observed in Israel and in
Jewish communities in numerous countries. Mr.
Brn-Gunpn is expected 10 visit the United States
in connection u'lth this celebration.
DAVID BEN-GURION
When I met him in London a few months ago,
and wc discussed Dr. Adenauer, B.G. remarked
"There is no reason at all why one should not be
hale and hearty at ninety." This is not merely the
selfish urge to live on a very' commendable
human trait in itself but also the conviction,
so typical of leaders of men in their old age, that
he must be there to tie up all loose ideological
ends and find a final formula for Israel-Diaspora
relations and see Israel at peace with her neigh
bors and witness the disappearance of the "two
nations" within Israel.
Ben Gurion's central themes never change. He
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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and Children Ed, Myles and Barry
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DR. end MRS.
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ond FAMILY
Extend tc Ali Their Relatives
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Sincere Wishes Far A
VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
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NEW YEAR
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t'.knisfi fttridHar
Page S-E
enunciated his principles when he first came to
Israel some sixty years ago; he now proclaims
them with more authority, the authority of an
lder statesman and the founder of a state. Aliyah.
the Negev. Hebrew. These are the three main
Ihemes and the rest are commentaries, as the
ancients used to say.
Aliyah is what Zionism is about, he says. He
is of late less harsh with those who are unwilling
to go to Israel and settle there, or unable to do so.
(inly he refuses to consider them Zionist. They are
.lews, just good Jews, he maintains. They are
anxious over the economic difficulties of Israel,
r raying for peace in the Middle East, taking pride
in the Israeli Defense Forces, even prepared to
light their own governments on behalf of Israel
but Zionists they are not.
View of Negev
The Negev can hold two-million people and
more, he points out. And there would be Jews to
populate it. The Messianic longings and the pioneer-
ing spirit, still alive among various groups of Jews,
would see to that. But the Negev must be made to
hold them. Thus the Mcdrasha at Sde Boker to
him not a mere Kibbutz but a cross between Yav-
neh and Massada a B.G. creation from the
dream stage to the opening of its doors to pupils
and research workers. It is a Negev University, a
center of research into the natural resources of
the Negev and the problems of living in the desert,
but also a place of Jewish learning. This may well
be B.G.'s last great venture but by no means
the least significant.
Hebrew: B.G.'s case for bilingualism among
Jews, with Hebrew their other not second
language, which would give them access to the
Jewish heritage, seems irrefutable and is now ac-
cepted as Jewish policy. But he is still not happy.
Acceptance is one thing, he said not long ago. and
knowing is quite another. It is no use Jews call-
ing their schools "Hebrew" if they don't teach
their pupils to speak the language naturally and
fluently. He refuses to believe that what can be
achieved by Canadians, Belgians, Swiss and Indians,
to name but a few of the bilingual nations, could
not be achieved by Jews. If Diaspora Jews don't
know Hebrew yet, it must be because they do not
take their Jewishness, let alone their Zionism,
seriously.
These strictures seem to worry Diaspora Jews.
Even those who argue against B.G. are unhappy
when he refuses to acknowledge them. For, they
sense his greatness. It comes across, somehow even
when he shows weakness in argument or chooses
to be obstreperous.
True Humility
There is always the feeling that B.G.'s critics
and adversaries work and argue in the present and
thus miss the point. B.G. must be seen in the
future, as it were, say a thousand years hence,
when the historical achievements will count and
the failings and failures will fade into unimport-
ance and irrelevance.
Very often, B.G. himself does injustice to B.G.
He says things and docs things which are unworthy
Continued en Page 12-E
Happy New Year to All
THOMAS
FURNITURE
Custom Cabinets Desks
Credenias Dividers, Etc.
Fin* Fumirurer tefiaisbmf
ClayUn E. Themes
676 W. 27th St., Hialeah, Fla.
Phone 888-7202
Florida Shores
Kesort
Extends Good Wishes
for the NEW YEAR
On the Ocean at 94th Street
UN 5-3551 MIAMI BEACH
HAPPY NEW YEAR
VISIT THE ...
CHEESE
SHOP
76 MIRACLE MIIE
Famous for cheeses from
all over the world.
Try thn World famous
CHEESE CAKE
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Happy New Year Greetings
WOODY'S
MOTOR INN By the Sea
Ca*af Uivry mt tea to inkle Kmtti
Collins Ave. at 95th St.
Pfcaaw M4-U2S far RaMfrvatiaM
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
For the Finest in Men's
Hairs tyling
Bond Street
Barber Shop
DAVID ROSE *
Biscayn Terrace Hotel
334 BISCAYNE BLVD.
FR 4-8779
Ht 9^792 fat. 3059
MID-CITY RADIO & TV SHOP
Wishes Our Patrons a Happy Holiday
3 Month Guarantee on Work Done By Usl
9713 NE 2nd AVE. Phone PL 7-7615
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
SAFWAY STEEL
PRODUCTS, INC.
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
FRITO-LAY INC.
4101 N.W. 37th AVENUE
Phone NE 3-2543
Miami, Florida
LAVIGNE ELECTRIC CO.
Established in 192c*
INDUSTRIAL COMMERCIAL RESIDENTIAL
3640 NW 48th STREET Miami, FU. NE 4-4591
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
ARCHITECTURAL GLASS PRODUCTS
INCORPORATED
4875 N.W. 77th AVENUE
Phone 888-4661 Cable Address Carolglas
MR. AND MRS. HARRY MARKOWITZ
and SONS
THOMAS and JERRY
and
MR. AND MRS. ROBERT L. MARKOWITZ
and Daughter LORI LYNN
Wish Their Relatives and Friends a Happy New Year
Deoe County RacMant Since 1906
A. M. TRANSFER & CRANE SERVICE
^aats, MaeWnary, Oftka, Safas, HevsaneM, Cancreta Peurlne Mavi
Anythina34 Yaart of Experience In ttw Graatar Miami Araa
239 N.W. Mth STREET Phana 63S-4411
TO ALL GREETINGS
ADVANCE SCAFFOLDS
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ADVANCE TUBULAR
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* Distributor *
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BRACES AND ACCESSORIES FOR CONCRETE SHORING,
MASONRY, PAINTING, ALL BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
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SALES
RENTALS
ADVANCE SCAFFOLDS SOUTHEAST, INC.
3320 N.W. 35th AVENUE
Ph. 635-2408
TC ALL BEST WISHES FOR A
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron M. Kravitz
and Family
16 ISLAND AVENUE, BELIE ISLE, MIAMI BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
IIRVICI QUAUTY GOOD Will
GIA5S FOR EVERY PURPOSE"
Distributors Libbey, Owens, Ford Glass Co. & Insulux Glass Block
1601 -1619 NW 7th AVE. Dial 379-0656
Miami 36. Florida 534-4491
Rosh Hashona
Greetings
National Freezers
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
SAM and MILDRED LUBIN
To All Holiday Greeting*
TURZEL ORIGINALS
Ph. 534-2234 Miami Bead, Liimuln Rd
TO ALL A HAPPY NEW YEfflt
CLAGGETT ELECTRIC COMPANY, Inc.
Cammercial Industrial Air Conditioning- WMwaj
ALTERATIONS and REPAIRS
508 S.W. 129th Tor., Porrin* CI 5-3616


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Friday, September 13. 1966
%
TO OUR FRIENDS AND CLIENTS
FROM
HIRSCH & CO.
Member New York Stock Exchange
and other Exchanges.
1610 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach 39, Florida
SEASON'S GREETINGS TO ALL
NATIONAL PRODUCE CO. OF
MIAMI, INC.
Wholesale Produce Crate to Carload
1229 N.W. 21st Street Phone FR 3-6491
GKttTIMGS
HAVEN MANOR SANITARIUM
E idowtd nrj Incorporjt.d Re.dentil nd Trantient R*onbl R.I..
14 Hour Nursing Cre fof Convlescenl-lrivlidt-A.d R.gi.lered Nur.
G E THARP Director LILES W. GRIZZARD, Director
2629 N.W. 17th AVENUE, MIAMI, Ph. 635-7721
GREETINGS .
Concrete Hoisting
Bar Joists Set
Steel Erected
Clam and Drag
N. POPENHAGER
-CRANES-
Phone HI 3-2652 2534 Lincoln Avenu*
COCONUT GROVE, FLORIDA
Best Wishes for the New Year ...
Two-T hirty-Two Miracle Mile
The Doorway to
Fashion at
>5$1 i" Finest
Coral Gables, Fla.
BEST WISHES FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON .
WILLIAM "BILL" WISNESKY
EXCAVATING CONTRACTORS
Barber-Green Ditchers Foundations Septic Tanks
Dry Wells Backhoe Excavating
7240 SW 42nd STREET
Ph. 666-2523
TO ALL GREETINGS
NUTA'S MARINE
EQUIPMENT, INC.
"Through the Years Quality & Service"
LOlSrS NUT A, JR.
1884 N.W. NORTH RIVER DRIVE
Phone 633-6391
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
FLORIDA SILICA SAND
COMPANY, INC.
OXford 1-5881
h*
Miracle of Israel Bond Investment
By SAMUEL ROTHBERG
National Campaign Chairman of Israal Bonds
HTHE opening weeks of the Year 5727 mark the
' tenth anniversary of the Sinai campaign, when
Israel was driven by mounting Arab raids and
terrorist attacks to take decisive military action
to protect its borders, its settlements and its cit-
izens. The results of this lightning campaign, in
Which Israel destroyed the hiding places of the
fcdayeen" raiders, have gone far beyond its sig-
nificance as a brilliant military achievement. The
years that followed proved that Sinai was no less
important for the economic future than for the
security of the country.
Before Sinai, Israel had been bottled up by
the Arab blockade. Barred from the use of the Suez
Canal, it was also denied access to the Red Sea.
and its trade was limited to a few countries of
Europe and the western hemisphere. As a result,
there was no adequate basis for the large-scale
development of the Negev, without which Israel
could not hope to realize her full economic po-
tential.
Liberation of Faith
The Sinai campaign changed that situation
radically and swiftly. In retrospect, it could be
regarded as a second phase of Israel's War of
Liberation, for it liberated the southern half of
Israel, helping the country to break out of the
straitjacket of economic stagnation, and at the
same time creating the conditions which have led
Agricultural production in Israel has re-
ceived a tremendous boost as Israel lend
dollars are used to build irrigation ,:>.pe-
lires to bring additional sectors under cul-
tivation. As a result of the agricultural ex-
pansion financed with the help of Israel
Bonds. Israel is now providing some 85
percent of its own food reguirements. t-^ere
are a bumper crop of onions grown La the
Lachish area.
TO ALL GREETINGS AL and NAT ZALKA
CERTIFIED POULTRY & EGG CO., INC.
"EGGS FRESH DAILY"
41 NW 10th STREET FR 9-0675
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO THE
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
QUESENBERRY & CATLIN
FOOD BROKERS
735 N.W. 22nd AVENUE
Ph. 635-0361
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
FABRIC DISCOUNT STORES, INC.
Florida Fabric & Drapery Distributors
6950 N.W. 37th AVENUE, MIAMI, FLA.
OX 6-0301
Member of Miami Dade County Chamber of Commerce
SHOP at HOME Phone OX 6-0301
GREETINGS
FRANK J. ROONEY
GENERAL CONTRACTORS
5880 N.E. 4th AVENUE
Phone PL 7-5751
TO ALL GREETINGS
ELI Win CIGAR & TOBACCO COMPANY
WHOLESALERS CANDY CIGARETTES PAPER
- Smoke HAV-A-TAMPA Cigars -
"Perfect Blend from End to End"
73 N.W. EIGHTH STREET PHONE FR 4-8185
NEW YEAR'i
GREETINGS
to the
ENTIRE
JEWISH
COMMUNITv

7-11
FOOD STORES
GREETINGS TO A'J.
S. II. KRESS
A CO.
5-10-25c STORE
1201 Washington Avsnue
M. CAMUS
IIOOFIM.
Since 1921
LICENSED- INSURE:
2701 N.W. 1st Ave .
MIAMI
Phone 374-5829
Phone FR 4-7626
HAPPY NEW YE-'-.
TO ALL
SHEET METAL
ASSOCIATES
2463 NW 76th STREET
OX 1-9172
SAM OLTCHICK. Pres.


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-live calm in the area for the past ten years.
rael'a goal in the Sinai campaign was not to
: territory but to conquer terror. Israels
as not to take prisoners but to set its own
free to live safely in their own land. Israels
as not to envelop the Sinai Peninsula but
rlop its own Negev desert.
- nai lifted the blockade of the Gulf of Aqabft,
% lo the Red Sea, and opened up a whole
frontier for Israel's economic growth. It also
the most important single blow to Arab
lo encircle Israel and throttle her eco
, life.
Brilliant Victory
Sinai opened up the possibilities for accel-
cxpansion of the economy, it has been
Bonds that have played a decisive role in
ng Israel to take full advantage^ of them.
nee the time of the brilliant military victory
ai. a wide variety of major development
IS, which would have been impossible or
i purpose before, have been undertaken
he aid of Israel Bond funds. The develop
1 the port and town of Elath has been pel
the most dramatic of these,
ath was established by Israel on the Gulf
. ha in 1949. on the site of an old fort. Its
was stymied, however, by the fact that
an forces, commanding the Straits of Tifan.
ely closed the Gulf of Aqaba to Israeli
and to ships of other nations which might
dock at Elath. In 1956, Elath was still an
cl outpost, with a total population of less
oo persons,
day the town has grown to 12.000. and the
"pJenistt Ftorircfiar?
Page Jl-E
port, built with the aid of Israel Bonds, has become
of crucial importance to Israels entire economic
position. As a result of the Sinai campaign, it
became possible for Israel lo build up trade
through the Red Sea with the countries of Asia
and Kasi Africa which has proved of major im-
portance economically, and has also served as a
decisive instrument in "leap-frogging" the ring of
Arab hostility. The fact thai Israeli ships are not
permitted to pass through the Sue/ (anal has
been far less damaging than it might have been
because Elath has been able to function as a
substitute avenue to the East. Elath is handling
an increasing proportion of Israels foreign trade.
In 1965, more than a quarter million tons of cargo
passed through the port of Elath. and present
plans call for quadrupling that amount in the next
few years.
A Key Role
Elath also plays a key role in helping Israel
meet its need for oil, since major oil-producing
countries lie to the east. Israels own resources
meet less than ten percent of its oil requirements,
but the rest must be imported, and Elath is crucial
in this connection. Immediately alter the Sinai
campaign, an eight-inch pipeline was built to
transport oil from ships berthed at Elath to Beer-
sheba and Ashkelon. from which it was brought to
the refineries al Haifa. Later this line was extended
to Haifa, and eventually was supplemented by a
sixteen inch line running directly from Elath to
Haifa. The two pipelines, in the construction of
which Israel Bonds had a major part, have made
Continued on Page 13 E
y New Year Greetings
PATTERSON
PLUMBING
SERVICE, INC.
. DAY OR NIGHT .
Dial 945-0835
If-i N.E. 186 Terrace, Miami
(or -I... 24-Kinr Plumbing Repair
Service licensed I Insured
-APPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
LARRY'S
* leu's \V*ar
: E Arthur Godfrey Rd.
JE 3-5456
-OLIDAY GREETINGS
BAKER'S
CARPET, INC.
20 N.W. 25th St.
Ph. 635-0902
John A B3ker, President
BrtttM Miami's Oldest l largest
H< iday Greetings To All
Oui Friendi and Customers
CATO
MACHINE
WORKS
: gfried Maschkowski,
Owner
Trailers & Drag Line Parts
ttneral Machine Works
SIEGEL'S of
CENTRAL
HARDWARE CO.
545 Arthur Godfrey Road JE 1-0836
MIAMI BEACH 40, FLORIDA
WISH OUR MANY FRIENDS A HAPPY HOLIDAY
BILL AUSTIN FORD. Inc.
Just a 15 Minute Drive from Anywhere in Miami
HIGHEST TRADE-IN VALUES LATEST EQUIPMENT FOR SERVICE
"WE APPRECIATE DOING BUSINESS WITH VOU"
3801 N.W. 27th Avenue Phone 635-0311
u. u.
420 Lincoln Road
Wish All Their Many Friends
A Happy Holiday
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
SERBIN, INC
1280 S.W. 1st STREET
HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL
BEVERAGE CANNERS, INC.
4401 E. 11th AVE., HIALEAH MU 8-8672
I. J. Wollowick R. Wollowick
GREETINGS
ENDURANCE FLOOR CO., INC.
"FLOOR COVERING CONTRACTORS"
Residential and Commercial
13900 NW 7th AVENUE Ph. MU 1-4923
JSest lAJishes for a
^stiippij FROM THE
OFFICERS and
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
OF
INTERNATIONAL BANK
OF MIAMI
S.W. 27th Avenue at 7th Street
(just off the trail)
Phone 445-5341
TO ALL HOLIDAY GREETINGS
ATLAS BOLT & SCREW OF FLORIDA
Bolts Nuts Screws Washers Expansion Bolts
Steel Brass Stainless Aluminum
IRVING M. STERN
3675 NW 67th ST. Miami Ph. 691-4351
FLORIDA MEDICAL LABORATORY
723 DuPont Building
6915 Red Road (212 Red Sunset Bldg.)
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
Biscayne Chemical
Industries Inc.
INDUSTRIAL CHEMICALS LAUNDRY DRY CLEAN-
ING and JANITOR SUPPLIES and EQUIPMENT
LABORATORY SUPPLIES AND CHEMICALS
it SERVING ^
DADE COUNTY BR0WARD MONROE LEE
MARTIN SAINT LUCIE PALM BEACH INDIAN RIVER
200 N.E. 11th St., Miami 32, Fla. FR. 7-1421
Happy New Year to All Our Friends and Customers
A. B.C. SEWING CENTER, INC.
SAKS SERVICE REPAIRS
12910 NW 7th AVE., North Miami
Phone 685-1564
7f
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO AEt
OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
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"If s Sure to Please If It Comes from Reeve*" ^
REEVES SHOES
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GOOD SHOES PROPERLY FITTED
MAKE BETTER FEET
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fJenisti fbrMfbun
tar
^cft l/Uishe* for a
very wtitDcy *_/Vev (
FROM THE ENTIRE STAFF OF
VENETIAN
RAMBLER
545 N.E. 15th Street
Ph. 377-8831
Joe Neve I
Sol Frankel
Happy New Year To All
Terner's Of Miami Corp.
LADIES HANDBAGS MANUFACTURERS
136 N.W. 1st Street
MIAMI 32, FLORIDA
Phone 371-2623
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
THAL BROTHERS
EPICURE MARKET
S.S. Pierce Products Prime Meat*
1656 Alton Road
MIAMI BEACH
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JE 8-1865
JE 8-1861
BEST WISHES TO All FOE
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
KAMMER & WOOD
tlectrical Contractors
297 N.W. 54th Street
Phone PI 1-3621
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
OUR FRIENDS AND CLIENTS
LANGFORD BLDG.
121 S.E. 1st STREET
MIAMI
Phone if 3-7933 Alice R/ tangan, WU,r.
*.
A Gift in Q^xttl' Taste
HOLIDAY
GREETINGS
FROM
HICKORY FARMS
5715 SUNSET DRIVE
South Miami, Florida 33143
Gurion's Greatness
Continued from Page 9-E
of him. But there are, even now, words and deeds
which are memorable
B.G. has said: "Let us not be too proud, let
us not get drunk with our victory. We have not
accomplished all this alone. Three generations of
settlers preceded us here, suffered as we never
did and had had a faith no less strong than the
one that has inspired our soldiers in the war of
independence."
Ben-Gurion is often referred to by the Israelis
as "Hazaken," the old one. But even now they do
not imply with this either his age or his state of
health. They use "Hazaken" the way Old Man is
used in English implying veneration, affection,
the license to be different. This attitude to B.G.
we all share.
Friday, September 16. 1953
3^
New Year Again
Continued from Page 7-E
on, but who knows what letters, symbols and signs
shall be engraved on the walls of the future, or
even where those walls shall stand.
Only the seer perceives and, at that, only
dimly and never with certitude.
Do not, therefore, be locked in yesterday's
dream of yesterday's terror. The year speaks anew,
speaking new hopes and new changes.
Do not anticipate that which has been already
shall necessarily be again, or that what was feared
or hated shall continue to loom large in a year
that may very well wholly evaporate those dreads.
Mrs. Rose Kaufman (right), presents plaque*
to Mrs. Zena Harman, chairman of the
board. UNICEF. The plaque represents i
special transmission of S50.000 to provide
scholarships for the education of Israeli
children sent by Pioneer Women in honor
of Mrs. Harman. Mrs. Harman, wife of the
Israeli Ambassador to the United States,
was honored at a luncheon held by Pioneer
Women's National Board during 5726 in
New York.
SANITARY LINEN SERVICE CO.
Express Sincere Wishes
O for a Happy &
Holiday Season to All
253 N.W. 22nd Lane
371-4603
A Happy New Year To A!l
FRO "A
THE MILLER FAMILY
GREETINGS
Ft MANcmr
Florida's First and Finest Chinese Restaurant
Now Open 12 Noon Luncheon Dinner Supper
STEAMING HOT DELIVERY SERVICE
325 -71st Street, Miami Beach Phone UN 6-4303
yj
A HAPPY NEW YEAR HOLIDAY
*
Miami Beach Medical Center
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUR SENIOR CITIZENS
COMPLETE LABORATORY FACILITIES ANO X-RAY
1218 Washington Ave. Ph. 532-4122
Offica Hours 9 AM. to S P.M. And By Apt.
HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM
FLORIDA SMOKED FISH COMPANY
761 N.W. 21st STREET
Bernard Oxenberg, Pres. FR 9-6483
ROSE COOK of
MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC STUDIOS
Wishes A Very Happy New Year to All
7287 RED ROAD, So. MIAMI Ph. 667-8193
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
TIPPY TOGS OF MIAMI, INC.
2400 N.W. 5th AVENUE Miami Ph. 371-6628
ctfcriNGS ro all
Amrom KapH
DESK
EXCHANGE
Phone Nf 4-4024
Nat* mn4 Useaf OfHea Faramvra
1742 N.W. 3it*i SHEET
Happy New Year To All
Victor Pianos
and Organs
SALES TUNINGS
300 NW 54th ST.
Ph. PL 8-8795
TO &U.
GREETINGS
JOXAS J.
BBOTMAN
430 SEYBOL0 BLDG.
MIAMI, FLA.
-? I
JEWELS SILVER
WORKS Of ART
Furniture. Antiques and Curios
INTERNATIONAL
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1228 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach
T. SCHORR
Inila> Phone JE 8-1 825
lideace Phone JE 4-2503
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
PRINTING
ARTS
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THE TEITLER
FAMILY


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v-Jewisfi fforfdBbrt
Page 13-E
Miracle of Israel Bond Investment
Continued from Page 11-E
-sihle for Israel to save large sums in obtain-
the oil it must have for Industry, transport
fuel.
Kla'h has also in the past two years turned
:..t to be a testing area for one of the world's
I rsl pilot plants for the desalination of sea water.
; iant produces some 250.000 gallons of fresh
daily, and is supplying a large portion of the
town's drinking water.
Another development which has made Elath
'Tiportant to Israel's economy has been its emer
:.n , Ud to Israel, whose income froraUM* source
hed 60.000.000 last year. Its climate makes
particularly attractive in the winter. The
Di Aqaba has become a center for aquatic
: and fishing is also a popular pastime.
Remarkable Decade
\ development of the Elath area has so
spur the growth of other sectors ol the
Mi \ Of particular importance are the
mines near Timna. a few miles north of
one ol the country's most valuable
resources is being exploited with equip-
i '. with the help of Israel B mds. The
- mined and brought to the surface, and a
cessing plant adjacent to the mines prepares
imestic and foreign markets. -
has been a remarkable decadt not only
. :h but for the whole Negev and for the
hole country It has been a decade of pioneering
development development for which Israel Bond
funds are particularly well suited. In fact, if Israel
Bonds had not existed in 1956, they would have
hud to be invented to meet the opportunities and
needs of the hour. What would be the use of a port
at Elath if there were no roads to transport the
minerals from the Dead Sea potash works at S'dom
and the phosphates from the central Negev? How
could large tracts of desert land be reclaimed for
agriculture unless water was supplied for irriga-
tion-1 How could new immigrants, many tens of
thousands of them, be settled in the Negev unless
homes and jobs and schools and communications
were provided by establishing new development
towns? How could the "other half" the unde-
veloped half of Israel be developed and settled
and populated without unduly straining the econ-
omj Ol the n St of the country?
Fifteen years ago. when the Israel Bond drive
was launched, some of these questions and prob-
had already been anticipated. By 1956. when
the Sinai Campaign made the Negev safe for de-
velopment, Israel Bonds had already become a
reliable and experienced instrument of develop-
ment through promoting the economic expansion
in the northern half of the country. Haifa harbor
had been enlarged and the Kishon River project
had coated an auxiliary harbor. Heavy industries
that produced exportable goods had been encour-
aged and aided by Israel Bond allocations to expand
their plants and their output.
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Continued from Page 3-E
of Simon Petlura has been foisted anew by his
compatriots as if he were a hero.
Simon Petlura was president of the short lived
Ukrainian Republic. He was the anti-Bolshevik gen-
eral who. according to documents of the Juedische
Historical Archives in Berlin, personally instigated
massacres of thousands of Jews in the Ukraine
and supported the activities of the pogromists. As
an act of vengeance for his crimes, he was shot
by a young Jewish watchmaker. Samuel Schwartz-
bard, in Paris on May 26, 1926. The French court
acquitted Schwartzbard on the basis of facts pre-
sented about Petlura's atrocities.
The Graat Hero
Petlura was born in Poltava, the Ukraine, in
1880. He was exiled to Galicia in 1907. He returned
to Moscow after World War I, began reorganizing
Hie Ukrainian army in 1917 and ousted the Ger-
mans from the Ukraine. He was associated with
another anti-Semite, Gen. Denikin, and with the
anti-Semitic Gen. Wrangel. Their pogroms had
been likened to those of Chmielnicki. For a time
he was associated with Joseph Pilsudski in Poland.
He fled to Paris as a political refugee, and he paid
the debt for his crimes at the hands of Schwartz-
bard for the 493 pogroms, which commenced in
1919 in Zhitomir, claiming the lives of 16,706 mar-
tyred Jews. The worst of the pogroms was in
Proskurov where 1.500 Jews perished.
Now he is being hailed as a great Ukrainian
GRAND MUFTI
hero and a bulletin of the "Anti-Bolshevik Bloc
of Nations," ABN Correspondence, published in
Munich, Germany has been dedicated to him. There
is no mention in that bulletin of his anti-Semiti*
acts, but, curiously enough, the bulletin states
that he was "murdered by Moscow." That how
historical facts are being distorted.
Then there is the revival of interest r'r.
Charles E. Coughlin, of Royal Oak, Mich., whose
frightful role of reprinting the "Protocols >f the
Elders of Zion" as if they were facts place j him
among the most notorious Jew-baiters of our tune.
On the occasion of Coughlin's retiremen" from
active ministry, his church issued a most i.rores-
sive brochure, hailing his spiritual leadership, ac-
claiming him as a socially conscious leade. His
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Friday. September 16, 1966
"pJewisfi ncridUckin
Page 15-E
sins were overlooked, Cardinal Cushing joined in
honoring him. and his sins against the Jewish
peopfc were ignored.
The Royal Oak priest said he was now "less
impetuous." But he has failed to apologize for
the term he had done to Jewry during the tragic
years when Hitler already was in the act of ex-
terminating our people.
.ighlin had made Jewish friends. He bought
an lrel Bond from one of them. He had oppor-
tunities to wipe out his inequities. He hasn't done
ii. His name remains among the guilty who con-
tributed toward the Nazi crusade and the geno-
cide Of the 1930s.
:-.e. other, hater of Jews has just been in the
limej.ht. Haj Amin el-Husseini was mentioned in
reports from Amman during Shukairy's plot to
organize an artmKo fight Israel -and the Jews.
The fact that he was quoted in Amman was a bad
omen.
The former Mufti of Jerusalem has such a bad
record as a war criminal that to enumerate his
crimes would take a full issue of the largest New
Year edition of any Jewish publication. Suffice it
to recall that he collaborated with Hitler in Ger-
many, in plans to exterminate Jewry; that he was
instrumental in fomenting strife in Palestine and in
encouraging the wholesale massacre of defenseless
Jewish theological students in Hebron in 1929.
The Mufti owed his power to the first British
High Commissioner for Palestine, Herbert Sam-
uel, who tolerated him. But he was the ingrate,
ruthless.
Thus, anti-Semites often too often emerge
on the scene to reiterate the libels, and they would
reenact the crimes of genocide if permitted. They
must not be forgotten: Remember Amalek!
Four Names for Rosh Hashona
Continued from Page 5-E
look place In the autumn in accordance with the
old chronology The transference of the celebra-
tion of the New Year to the First of Tishri and
the ascription of an augmented solemnity and sa-
(redness to that day may have been due in part
to trie remembrance that it was on the First of
Tishri that the Jews who had returned from the
Babylonian exile and brought their first offerings
on the newly erected altar, as well as the recollec-
tion that Ezras important and impressive reading
of the Torah at the assembly of the people took
place on that date.
"In keeping with the entire mood in the post-
exilic period." the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia
informs us. "the celebration of the New Year evi-
denced from the very beginning the characteris-
tics of atonement and expiation, which became
strengthened the more the festival of the New Year
evolved into a sort of solemn period or introduction
to the Day of Atonement."
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^Jewish Floridian
Miami. Florida, Friday. September 16, 1966
Section F
Federation Views its Community Role
i;
By JOSEPH M. UPTON, President
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
A constant refrain wound its way through the
1966 Combined Jewish Appeal campaign. Big
billboards blared the message, radio and television
announcements carried the tune, newspapers print-
ed the motto "You make the difference, you
make the difference, you make the difference .. ."
The year has ended, and the 1966 CJA cam-
paign has long been over. Both must now be con
sidered as "past tense." And, likewise, so goes
the refrain "You made the difference, you
made the difference .
You made the difference between our com-
munity's success and failure. For thousands of
Jews in need throughout the world and in our
own community, you made the difference between
life and death, between human dignity and shame,
between happiness and misery. You provided a
homeland for the unwanted; you built homes for
newcomers: you cared for, often cured, the dis-
eased; you educated the illiterate: you offered
counseling to the troubled, care for the Aged,
recreation for vouth.
'Ill
i
Moment of Pride
At the close of the year, we can allow our-
selves the luxury of a moment of pride. We have
strengthened our local agencies, building blocks
for a stronger community. Through our contribu-
tions to the Greater Miami Jewish Federation, we
have made Combined Jewish Appeal the leading
Jewish philanthropy in Greater Miami.
We can also be proud that Miami was well
ahead of the national average in increased cam-
paign results for last year, as resported recently
by the Council of Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds. Miami's average was 11 to 12 percent over
the previous year's campaign, whereas the national
average for similar communities was 8 to 9 percent.
But most importantly, our pride can be meas-
ured in the millions of people helped and lives
saved since Federation's establishment 28 years
ago. During that time, our Greater Miami Jewish
Federation and CJA allocated approximately
S29.000.000 for humanitarian programs serving
men. women, and children in Miami, in Israel,
and in 30 countries around the world.
Concept of Campaign
But the past is only prologue. Traditionally,
the Jewish people live in deeds, not years The
New Year 5727 is merely a new frame for an old.
k
While this committee of two tackles Hebrew
studies, another committee is conducting a
Survey on Jewish education in Miami.
Sponsored by Federation, it seeks ways and
means of making our Jewish education
programs more relevant to modern-day life.
JOSEPH M. LIPTON
measurement of pride
yet ever-changing, picture Kosh Hashona Offers US
the opportunity to make a fresh beginning, to gain
new strength so that tomorrow's picture will be
a bright one.
The focal point for this year's picture is the
same as it has always been; perhaps it is the one
unchanged factor that has remained with us
through 28 CJA campaigns that is, the concept
and purpose of our Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration. Federation has remained because it is
logical and sound: it makes sense to raise funds
together rather than separately, to raise more and
at a smaller cost, and to free the agencies from
fund-raising so they may concentrate on providing
services.
Capital Needs Committee
Through our Federation, community funds
are distributed on the basis of need. Community
planning is possible, thereby eliminating unneces-
sary duplication and filling gaps. And, of utmost
importance. Federation sees needs and sets goals
in the perspective of our total community.
The Ten-Year Capital Needs Committee is per-
haps the best example of Federation's panoramic
view. In order that we can be assured that each
dollar contributed to Federation and the Com
bined Jewish Appeal will have maximum usage,
the committee was formed to evaluate future
needs.
One of its most recent recommendations con-
cerned the need for a population study in Miami.
(Preliminary information indicates the Jewish
population of Dade County might well be between
15 and 20 percent of the total population.) It is
urgent that we obtain definitive information on
i Ik- local Jewish population in order to plan
services in a more meaningful way. It is our hope
that a population study will be implemented in
the near future.
Central Facility
The Ten-Year Capital Needs Committee has
also cited the need for a central building for
Federation and its agencies as a matter of majoi
significance. A Finance Committee and a Site
Committee have been appointed toward this end
These committees will help guide Federation and
its agencies, not only in the erection of a centra
building complex better to serve the community,
but also in the planning and functional design, the
location, the equipment, and the programs to he
contained therein. This will assure the transla-
tion of each Federation dollar into the most
efficient service to meet the needs of Jewish
men, women and children in Miami.
Another Federation innovation is the recently-
organized Community Chaplaincy Service, spon-
sored by Federation in association with the Rab-
binical Association of Greater Miami. Coordinating
chaplain ot the Service is Kabbi Solomon Schitl.
spiritual leader of Congregation Beth El and vice
president of the Rabbinical Association.
The Chaplaincy Service is now available on a
regular basis to patients of Mount Sinai Hospital,
Jewish Home for the Aged, Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital, and Jackson Memorial Hospital. Ultimate-
ly, we hope to serve additional hospitals, youth
halls, and other institutions in the Greater Miami
area.
Understanding Our Obligation
Our concern for the needs of the future lies
far beyond the Miami community, however. Our
understanding of our obligation must lead us to
meet our responsibilities overseas. This year will
be a great challenge both to our understanding
and our generosity. German reparations have end-
ed: no longer will the Joint Distribution Commit-
tee, a leading agency of the UJA, receive money
for its work from reparations payments
But regardless, the life-saving problems still
exist. In addition to the large-scale immigration
that is still continuing (it is estimated there are
approximately 400.000 Jews, aside from those in
the Soviet Union, who look to the UJA to aid
their emigration and resettlement in Israel), we
also face the massive problems of 200.000 men.
Continued on Page 13-F
The fight for life is a team effort at Mount
Sinai Hospital, where hundreds of skilled
and devoted hands join to safeguard the
health of the community.


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A Milestone tor Our Aged Home
By LEO ROSE JR., President
Jewish Home for the Aged
THE \ anoclated with the Jewish Home tor the Aged
because In this time the Home observed the mile-
stone <>f Its 10th anniversary and the 15h year
of Ms operation at Douglas Gaxdens.
Bnl in 5727 ahead, then will be little tone
for looking back bccauM it promises to be one
of the most Challenging veins of all for our
institution.
Not only has the Home reaehed its capacity
of 2&I residents, hut the average age, infirmity
and need of treatment of these residents is at an
all-time hiuh
Greater Burden
More than 80 percent of them are receiving
some form of public welfare, which means there
is a greater burden tlian ever on the Home to
minnlaiii and expand its sources of financial sup-
port
The increased resident population and the
ptntor meulenoe of iiines.- and Incapacity among
thrni have imposed major personnel, as well as
financial problems, upon the Home
We IM -oriou.-l> understaffed in profession.,!
penonaeL paretatttartj Mining staff, all of whom
are hi fral demand throughout the nation. For
tuiniteU we were able to meet one Of our urgent
personnel needs t>> the addition of a part time.
LEO ROSE JR.
consulting dietitian. Many of our 222 resident-:
require special nutritional therapy.
There is need for an additional physical ther-
apist with only one specialist now available on
staff This was sufficient when JHA had onl> 100
residents. Our social service staff must be In-
1966 5727
Jackie Dan Rickie Joey and Linda
The Weinsteins
EXTEND BEST WISHES TO ALL ON
THIS ROSH HASHCNA
AND WALTH \=-\ YEAR
TO A.. V PWCNOS OF THE
JSV. SH FA TH
Avail and C^Mtlt Jjradlcy
"... -T: Ar
CARTEL BAKERY
RETAIL KOSHER
847 Washing'on Ave.. Miami Beach
Phone 538-7592
MR. AND MRS. CHARLES R. JACOBSON
\\ sh a!! their Friends
a Ver} Happy New Year
TC ALL KAFPY HOLIDAYS
WE SERVE YOU BETTER
CARL'S DRIVE IN TELEVISION
AND RADIO SERVICE
(22*d RJMS1E* 1 LIN ROYAL PAIlKWAY
Phooe N 4-8402
HC4IDAY GREETTNOS fSJVM
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Holidcy Greetings from
HARLEY-DAVIDSON
OF MIAMI
PHIL PETERSON. Owner
Only Authorized Dealer
in Dade County
7701 NW 7th Ave. 754-3331
HAPPY NEW YEAH
and BEST WISHES
"Mil. \ITO~
50^0 Easf 10th Ct. H ^ec-
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GREEN
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- Estin-
500 N E. 167nS STREET
Pnone 945-4912
Happy New Year
and Beet Wishes to All
BILL EISNOR,
Realtor
6t7t CORAL WAY
MO 1-4345
HAPPY NEW YEA?
BELL'S
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Page 3-F
creased by two additional caseworkers. Our present
staff of two are kept busy processing admission
applications and the resident population and their
relatives suffer from a lack of counseling and
casework help.
Salaries have greatly increased for all staff
qualified to provide the skilled care and rehabili-
tative services for which the Home has become
justifiably renowned.
Rol* Of Medicare
The problem is also compounded by the tre-
mendous shortage of pew>onnel trained to treat
older and more mentally and physically-impaired
persons.
Medicare, which becomes effective for nursing
homes on Jan. 1. will make much heavier demands
on our facilities and staff.
Medicare's advent does not mean that the
problems of the ailing and needy aged have been
solved. Far from it. The next effort in this direc-
tion will come during the 1967 session of the
Florida Legislature.
If Florida does not enact such legislation, it
faces the loss by January, 1970 of all federal
matching monies. This could amount to more than
$50 million.
It is obvious that Home leaders and supporters
will be busily engaged this new year in pointing
out the need for such legislation and spearheading
the crusade to see that our elected representatives
are adequately informed. It is perhaps the Home
officers' most important single challenge in its
two decades of existence.
In its 21st year, the Jewish Home for the Aged
will truly come of age in its serrvice to the com-
munity. This brings a full measure of satisfaction,
Physical therapist, Mrs. Pat Carter, assists
Mrs. Bess Abramowitz with electrically-
stimulated therapy treatment. The Sol and
Mollie Silverman Physical Therapy Room
at the Jewish Home for the Aged, under
the direction of Mrs. Carter, now is staffed
with an additional two aides. Some 35 to
40 residents are treated daily.
but is accompanied by problems that go with
growth and the attainment of bigness.
The major focus in the new year ahead is
therefore not ""how to solve" but rather "with
what to solve."
In short, maintaining adequate budgetary in-
Continued on Page 11-F
JQest njJisltcs
for a
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OFFICES OF DISTINCTION ky PAYLOW
Office design*
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from manufacturer
Desks, Chairs,
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Everything
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
BEST WISHES
PETE SCBAEFEWS
GABLES
LINCOLN MERCURY CO.
3861 Bird Road
445-7711


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Friday, September 16. 19P8
wishing all a
happy and prosperous
new year
MILTON L. KLEIN, President
A.C Electric Co. of Florida. Inc.
3200 NORTH MIAMI AVENUE, MIAMI
CALL
377-9777
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS for
HOME, COMMERCE and INDUSTRY
Other Locations:
WASHINGTON, D.C. MARYLAND VIRGINIA
To All Those Of The Jewish Faith
In Our Community We Extend
Oui Sincere Good Wishes For The New Yecj
MIAMI LINCOLN MERCURY
Largest Dealer Smallest Prices
8)01 N.W. 7th AVENUE PHONE: 757-8464
Happy New Yea: cr.c Best Wishes to All
TOPS-ALL ROOFING & BUILDING PRODUCTS
QUALITY ROOFING TILE, INC.
LOUIS L KUPCHIK. President
1585 East 11th Ave., Hile*h Phone 888-2689
Happy and Prosperous New Year Greetings
BOOK HORIZONS
North Campus Location Ph. 681-0418
1110 SO. DIXIE HIGHWAY (at Main Entrance of U. of Miami)
South Campus location Ph. 645-6161
110m STREET and 27th AVE. (opposite MOJC Stadium)
TRUDI DRUG CO..
incorporated
SlASOhTS GREETINGS
SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
ROSALIND, HANK and "Terri Joy'
4701 Cettira Avo. UN 5-3218
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
bom
JUDGE and MRS. EDWARD S. KLEIN
Education Bureau Anniversary
By ALBERT E. OSSIP, President
Bureau of Jewish Education
THE Bureau of Jewish Education will soon be
celebrating its 25th anniversary. It assumed
its present name and structure in 1944.
In 1944. four congregations were affiliated
with the Bureau; today the Bureau serves 39
schools of all ideologies. In 1944, registration of
Jewish schools totaled 776; today, the total reg-
istration has reached 11.189 students. In 1944, the
Bureau assisted 20 teachers in both Hebrew and
Sunday Schools. Today, the Bureau assists in ob-
servation, supervision, and training 105 Hebrew
teachers. 365 Sunday School teachers, and 71 Pre-
school teachers a total of 545 Jewish teachers.
Today. Bureau-trained teachers appear in all
schools, trained through the Bureau's College of
Jewish Studies From Hollywood through Home-
stead, the Bureau extends a helpful educational
hand, and the Bureau's educational bulletins are
used throughout the communities of the State of
Florida.
New Home Needed
In 1952. the Bureau moved to the former Ta!
Torali Building of Beth David CongTegal
at 135 N\V 3rd Ave from its two-room office in
the Congress Building. Today, the Bureau operates
in rented quarters covering 3.600 sq. ft. of the
940 Lincoln Road Bldg.. and crowded conditions
call for the erection of a new home for the bureau
operations.
ALBERT E. OSSIP
htS of Bureau Activities for the school
>(.: 1969-1966, include the following:
...\iiig Hebrew, the Bureau's annual tele
vision program, attracted the attention of the
Jewish community with its eighth year of broad
casts ol 15 weeks over WTHS, Ch. 2. Louis
Ruth and Irving Karp and The Employees cf
CARNIVAL FRUIT COMPANY
732 Sixth Street, Miami Beach
EXTEND THEIR BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO THEIR MANY CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO AIL
DEPENDABLE PRINTING OFFSET CORP.
7701 N.W. 36th STREET Ph. 696-4651
SEASONS GREETINGS
Since 1910
BROOKS PRODUCTS
OF FLORIDA, INC.
METER BOXES VALVE BOXES
SPECIALTIES
205 West 22nd Street
HIALEAH, FLORIDA
Phone 888-5331
WYDIE KEATING
GREETINGS FROM
MR. & MRS.
MURRAY SCHWARTZMAN
Realtor
528 LINCOLN RD.
JE 8-4162
Wressmakvr
SAI.LV LEVY
2212 COLLINS AVE.
Phone 538-2452
Wishes all her relatives
and friends a Happy and
Prosperous New Year
HAPPY NEW YEAR
John B. Stadler
REALTOR Specializing in
CORAL GABLES PROPERTY
375 MVrada Mil.
443-2568 443-2422
EXTENDS
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
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Friday, September IS. 1966
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Schwartzman, Bureau executive director, contin-
ued as instructor, basing the broadcasts on "Giants
in Hebrew Literature."
The College of Jewish Studies continued its
courses in five locations, including two in South
Miami. Courses were directed chiefly at teachers
in studies of Hebrew, Bible, History, Current Jew
ish Problems, and Jewish Way of Life. The col-
lege also offered special sessions on Friday morn-
ings to all teachers in Bible. Hebrew Grammar
and Composition. Development of Jewish Law,
and Methoi.-; of Teaching in both Hebrew and one-
day-a-week departments.
Graduates Receive Diploma*
Outstanding scholars addressed the Forum
sessions""^ teachers: Dr. Abraham Katsch, ot New
York University; Dr Alvin Schiff and Dr. Sidney
B. Hoenig, Yeshiva University; Dr. Samuel Blum
eilfleld, of the Jewish Agency; Dr. Abraham P.
Cannes, director. Cejwin Camps: Dr. Alma David.
University of Miami: Dr. Jacob Kabakoff. College
of Jewish Studies of Cleveland.
Seminar sessions for teachers were Stimulat-
ing and effective in dramatizing needed changes
in educational methods: eight sessions for pre-
school teachers, five sessions for Hebrew teachers,
involving demonstration lessons by teachers and
educators; two sessions tor Sunday School teachers,
with added individual sessions in six individual
schools.
Ninety-one graduates received their diplomas
at the 16th annual graduation exercises ot tne
Bureau on May 19. Graduates included 77 grad-
uates of seven congregational junior high schools
and 14 graduates of the Bureau's Central Hebrew
High School.
The Bureau has completed its recommenda-
tions for Accreditation of Schools to go into effect
in November. 1966. Meetings have been held with
rabbis, school directors, and school educational
committees. The accreditation program includes
a check list of qualifications leading to improved
school standards.
The Bureau's Board of License continued its
function of qualifying teachers who meet the
standards set forth by the Bureau's Codes of Prac-
tice for all teachers. The Bureau's Board of Li-
cense is recognized by the National Board of
License of the American Association for Jewish
Education.
Adult Education
The Bureau has cooperated with the Dade
County Board of Instruction in reviewing the pos-
sibilities of the recent Federal Elementary and
Secondary Education Act. The Bureau's annual
dinner featured a description of the Act by an
associate director of the Federal Department of
Education. Benjamin Meyers, a Bureau founder,
was honored at the dinner.
The Bureau's Adult Education Program also
included community-wide celebration of National
Jewish Book Month, offering free book review
service to organizations of the community, three
Continued on Page 12-F
A Happy New Year to My Friends and Customers
You Njme Itl
W. Hj. If!
MM II D SHOK RFPMR
BASHA
ENTERPRISES, INC.
The Finest in Shoe Repair & Dyeing Shoes 4 Bags Covered with fabrio
9484 HARDING AVENUE, SURFSIOE, FLA. UN 5-5283
CHKSCjHNT & CLYDE HOTKL
1420-1430 OCEAN DR., MIAMI BEACH
wish their friends and relatives
A HAPPY & PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
Happy New Year and Best Wishes to All
INTERSTATE SCREW CORP.
RONALD SEIOEN, President
6760 N.W. 37th Ave. OX 1-8700
Happy New Year and Best Wishes to All
J. A. T. COMPANY, INC.
ALFRED DE MARCO
2621 N.W. 2nd Ave.
6333293
ANNA AND ABRAHAM ROVINSKY
353 West 47th Street, Miami Beach
Wish their Friends in Miami. United States & Israel
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
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Piesid9nt Cha.rman ot the Board
CITY NATIONAL BANK OF CORAL GABLES
2701 UJeune Road
ALLAN T. ABESS, JR.
"resident
ROBERT M. ALTEMUS
Chairmen et trie Board
CITY NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH
326 71st Street Miami Beach
GERALD A. KELLER
President
LEONARD L. ABESS
Chairmen ot the Board
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Friday, September 16. 1S66

happy
new year
from the merchants in the
r- -1PE21CI3
biscayne
shopping plaza
ONE STOP SHOPPING
AT THE CROSSROADS OF MIAMI
79th Street & Biscayne Boulevard
HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS
SEAMLESS FLOORS OF MIAMI, INC.
Torginol Seamless floors
CARL NELSON
23 ALMERIA AVE., CORAL GABIES
Phone 443-4132
HAPPY AND MOST PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR from
MR. & MRS. JACK KIRSCHBAUM, C.L.U.
OF
THE EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE
SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES
IOC Biscayne Boulevard, North
FR 1-5691
MU 1-0153
SEASONS GREETINGS and HAPPY NEW YEAR
JALCO Awning & Carpet Co., Inc.
741 N.W. 54th STREET, MIAMI, FLA.
Phone PL 4-5561
Aluminum Awnings Wall-to-Wall Carpeting
MR. AND MRS. MORRIS GIMELSTEIN
wish their children and grandchildren
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
also all members of the Cuban-Hebrew Congregation, all our
Cuban friends, neighbors at Morton Towers, the people and
government of Israel, also the people and government of the
United States.
1500 BAY ROAD, APARTMENT 718
BEST WISHES TO ALL OUR FRIENDS FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
MISHAEL INCORPORATED
175 WEST 24th STREET, HI ALE AH
TU 8-4262
The Mizrachi Women of Miami
By MRS. ALFRED STONE, Florida Coordinator
Mizrachi Women's Organiiation
HOW to bridge the gap between the generations
will be the lively subject of a forum con
ducted bv two eminent authorities from the Uni-
versity of Miami. This, the first in an annual series,
honors the memory of the founder of the Mizrachi
Women's Organization of America, the late Mrs.
Bessie Gotsfeld. who dedicated her life-long work
to youth.
Leading the discussion will be Dr. Samuel
Ersoff. professor of education and noted Jewish
scholar, with Dr. Jess Spirer. professor of psy
etiology and director of the Guidance Center
of the University of Miami.
Public Participation
The Bessie Gotsfeld Youth Forum will take
place at the Fontainebleau Hotel late in January,
and the public is invited to participate
This pioneering forum is part of a nationwide
contribution by the Mizrachi Women's Organiza-
tion l" Jewish culture and understanding in Amer-
ica. A number of leading universities are partici-
pating.
The Greater Miami chapters of Mizrachi Wom-
en are hosts each February to an all-Florida
conference, bringing the latest progress reports
on the much-needed work among children in Is-
rael and sponsored by this religious Zionist organ-
ization.
Workshops at this annual conference are the
method used to give each member the oppor
tunity to familiarize herself with every project
of the program of Mizrachi Women's Organization
The high point of the years social program
is the gala luncheon at the Fontainebleau. Out
standing guests grace the affair, and it is always
over-subscribed. The latest on-the-scene film re-
port from Israel is presented, and an outstanding
speaker brings enthusiasm to the local scene
Th Local Scene
More than 500 loyal women comprise the local
chapters who devote themselves faithfully to help
make the work of Mizrachi Women's Organization
a reality. Many fund-raising enterprises such as a
busy thrift shop, luncheons and card parties are
undertaken and successfully carried on.
The "120 Club." an important adjunct of
Mizrachi Women, arranges for bequests. Scholar
ships for high school children in Israel are fin
anccd by individuals and sometimes obtained by
members from outside groups. Many of the local
members of Mizrachi Women have become "Moth
ers-in-Israel." which calls for a contribution of
S54 and brings them closer to the children in
Israel.
Miami Leadership
The 'Million Dollar Club'' serves to expand
capital facilities, such as dormitories and chil
May your New Year be
filled with the better
things of life.
MILLER, BACON, AVRUTIS & SIMONS
INCORPORATED
ADVERTISING PUBLIC RELATIONS
SAM TRAURIG and WALTER TRAURIG
Extend Best Wishes to all their Friends for a Happy New Year
TRAURIG
TELEPHONE 633 IB37
Insurance agency, inc.
3061 NW 7th STREET SUITE 205
MIAMI. FLORIDA 33125
A Happy New Year to All Our Friends and Clients from
MR. AND MRS. WERNER COHN AND FAMILY OF THE
4. AIIIJKS 4 IM4MI 4 AltIM I S
4215 Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables Ph. 444-6947
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
MINIT PRINT
PHOTO OFFSET and PHOTO COPY
1100 Ingraham Bldg Ph. 374-0696
709 Biscayne Bldg. Ph. 379-6128
1401 Ainsley Bldg. Ph. 371-6960
DuPont Plaza Center (Ground Floor) Ph. 374-7321
"for all your copying needs"
Happy & Most Prosperous
NEW YEAR
from
KEYES
Management

or it
list
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234 Biscayne Blvd.
FR 1-3592
Mr. & Mrs. Al H. First
and Family
Dr. & Mrs. William Cooper
Dr. & Mrs. Allen Baumal
wish their relatives
and friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
VERNON D. BOND, JR.
BOND
Transfer Co., Inc.
Trucking
2160 NW 8th AVENUE
PHONE 374-3144
Holiday Greetings from
SUNSHINE PONTIAC
"Always A Warm Welcome"
6701 So. Dixie Hwy. (U.S. 1)
Phone 667-7501
Greetings for a Most
Prosperous New Year from
MR. and MRS.
DONALD FARBER
MR. and MRS.
MILTON RICHMOND


Friday. September 18. 1966
+Jewisti noridiari
Page 7-F
Attending annual gala luncheon held at the kayer. Standing (left to right) are Mrs. Hyman
Fontainebleau Hotel are seated (left to right) Kolko. Mrs. Moses Dyckman. Mrs. Alfred
Mrs. Irving Boyer. Mrs. Jennie Grossinger, Stone. Mrs. Sylvia Meyers. Mrs. Simon
Mrs. Mack Acklesberg. Mrs. Rachel Katz April, Mrs. Julius Rosenstein.
Laufer, Mrs. Ted Sakowitz, Mrs. Louis To-
dren'S recreation centers, much needed in Israel.
A thousand dollars or a $1,000 Israel Bond is*
required for membership.
The leadership of the local chapters includes:
Aviva Chapter Mrs. Simon April, Mrs.
Abrahm Barkan, Mrs. Philip Goldberg, Mrs.
Charles Turk.
Batya Chapter Mrs. Jonah Caplan. Mrs.
Norman I.iebcrman, Mrs. Harry Lerner, Mrs. Alex
Shaycwitz.
Hatikvah Chapter Mrs. Hyman Kolko,
Mrs. Julius Rosenstein, Mrs. Jennie Wicsberg,
Mrs Sam Herman, Mrs. Sue Herman, Mrs. Morris
Dubler.
Kinneret Chapter Mrs. Bernard Gelbart,
Mrs. Morris Sokol, Mrs. Joseph Sussman. Mrs. Issie
Ram, Mrs. I^o Oster.
Dov Chapter Mrs. Ix>uis Tokayor, Mrs.
Max S. Newberger, Mrs. Max Gluck, Mrs. Harry
Personik.
Miami Beach Chapter Mrs. Rachel Katz
Laufer, Mrs. I.ouis Lustig, Mrs. Helen Pollack,
Mrs. Sylvia Meyers, Mrs. Ida Wessel Seidenworm,
Mrs. David Berger.
Hadar Chapter Mrs. Daniel Zalis, Mrs.
Bernard Diener. Mrs. Mack Ackelsberg, Mrs, Her-
man Shaw.
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New Year
Greetings.
from the Staff
of
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SOUTH FLORIDA'S GOOD MUSIC STATIONS
AM 1080 KC. 10,000 Watts
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At New Year
Gatherings
serve
CUtLiQO koshGrz
the most tasty
delicatessens.
To mayvinim. the quality of Wilno Quality Kosher Products
is unmistakable. They speak of Wilno in terms of taste,
flavor and geshmakkeit. Wilno started making Kosher
delicatessen products 75 years ago. Wilno's skill is with-
out peer ... no wonder it has found favor throughout the
United States.
turan
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From Our Esteemed Rabbi and Mashgichim
Rabbi Ben Zion Rosenthal
Rev. Chaim Kaufman
Rev. Yehuda Laib Dicker
TO ALL JEWRY
In America, Israel and Elsewhere
A Happy, Healthful, Prosperous
and Peaceful Rosh Hashona
uoilno kosbeR.
Sausage Co.
MIAMI BRANCH:
2181 N.W. 10th Ave. Phone FR 1-6551
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
SOUTH FLORIDA NURSERIES, INC.
3475 N.W. 151st STREET
Opa-Locka Phone 681-8511
"WHOLESALE ONLY"
HAPPY NEW YEAR and BEST WISHES
ART'S NURSERY and LANDSCAPE CO.
Landscape Architects ft Contractors
990 N.E. 79th STREET
BERNARD E. SELEVAN
Ph. 757-2551
HARVEY GOLDSTEIN
GREETINGS
T. S. BUDD OPTICIANS
10 S.E. 2nd Avenue Miami Phone FR 9-1451
282 Andulusia Coral Gables Phone HI 6-0291
To Our Many Friends and Patrons Greetings
PARAMOUNT CLEANERS
SPECIALIZING IN TAILORING AND CUSTOM MADC CLOTHES
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Friday, September "6, |?P6
Ss~4 L'crif vJlTry ^s\ew t/f.
HOTEL
rv
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On the Ocean at 47th St., Miami Beach, Fla.
cabana, yacht and golf club
Morris Lcnsburgh, President
Ben Shindlex. Managing Director
BEAU RIYAGE
9955 COLLINS AVENUE
SAHARA MOTEL
18335 COLLINS AVENUE
CHATEAU MOTEL
19115 COLLINS AVENUE
CROSSWAY AIRPORT INN
and AIRPORT LANES
1850 N.W. LeJeune Road
Miami, Fla. NE 5-0411
RAY BARBARINO, General Manager
THE PRMXCE MMCHAEL
Collins Avenue at 26th Street
VECTOR HOTEL
Ocean Drive and 11th Streel
FONTANA HOTEL
Collins Avenue at 26th Street
Extend Happy New Year Greetings To All
OASIS MOTEL & APTS.
6580 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE UN 5-9875
MIAMI BEACH
GEORGE AAARGOLIS
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
GREETINGS FOR NEW YEAR
BERKLEY SHORE HOTEL
1610 COLLINS AVENUE JE 1-5731
LOU NADLER FRANK GREGORY
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
SHELBORNE HOTEL
1801 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
MR. & MRS. LEWIS LESHNER
CHARLES HOTEL
147S COLLINS AVENUE JE 1-6711
MIAMI BEACH
sePu5i6 |fappy Holidays
Sincere Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
COLONIAL INN
ON THE OCEAN
18101 Collins Avenue
947-4571
GREETINGS TO ALL
CADILLAC
HOTEL
Jerry Granger, Owner-Mgt.
Luxurious accommodations,
low rates, plenty of fun!
532-4541
A Full Block On The Ocaen
39th to 40th Sts., Miami Beach
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
CLAVELON HOTEL
4210 COLLINS AVENUE
JEfferson 1-1171
Paul Yampol
Sidney Landy
BEST WISHES FOR A
A Happy New Year
LUCERNE
HOTEL
4101 COLLINS AVE.
Miami Beach, Florida
MONTMARTE HOTEL
4775 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone JE 2-1731
Happy New Year To All
Mimosa
Apartments
4747 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach
PHONE 532-6411
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Beubis
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Beubis
ADAMS HOTEL
& LONDON HOUSE
6 6 6 6 6 0 6
\*
BEST WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
SKYWAYS HOTEL
2373 N.W. LeJeune Road Ph. 633-8411
. DAVID GLASS, (Owner-Manager)
THE SAHL FAMILY
of the
FOUR FREEDOMS HOTEL, INC.
Wishes All Their Friends
A Very Happy and Healthy New Year
MR. AND MRS. MAX GOPMAN AND FAMILY of the
SAN JUAN HOTEL
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR
1680 Collins Avenue Miami Beach
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To All!
Tishri 1-2
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The
Golden Gate Hotel
EXTENDS
GREETINGS FOR THE HOLIDAYS
19400 COLLINS AVENUE
Wl 7-4411 Miami Beach
Happy New Year and Best Wishes to All
CONTINENTAL HOTEL
4000 COLLINS AVENUE JE 8-6721
BARRY HESSER, Manager
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
JOSEPH M. ROSE
ROYAL PALM HOTEL
(Kosher)
1545 COLLINS AVENUE
Ph. 531-7381
MIAMI BEACH
BLUE WATERS HOTEL
74th STREET ON THE OCEAN
Phone UN 6-6231
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BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
BEACHCOMBER RESORT MOTEL
Fully Air-Condilioned Free Continental Breakfast for Guests
$3.00 Per Person Daily, Dbl. Ckc, 25 of 175 Rooms
Wl 5^5! | Ocean at 189th, Miami Beach
NEW YEAR GREETTNGS
ALOHA MOTEL
7500 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
ED MANSDORF
PI 7-0616
Florida Shore*
Resort
Extends Good Wishes
lor the NEW YEAR
On the Ocean at 94th Street
UN 5-3551 MIAMI BEACH
BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
SHELDON
HOTEL
M7 7th STREET
Miami leach Jl 8-7629
Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Lebofsky
'I 111(1
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
To Our Friends and Clients
Sands
Hotel
1601 COLLINS AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
KOSHER houi
MARSElUtf
Centrally Air Conditioned
MR. and MRS.
AARON RESNICK
AND FAMILY
WISH YOU A
VERY HAPPY
NEW YEAR
Oceanfront at 17th St.
Miami Beach
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO ALl
COLUMBUS HOTEL
DOWNTOWN MIAMI
Biscayne Blvd. at
N.E. First Street
Phone 373-4411
Happy New Year Greetings
WOODY'S
MOTOR INN By the Sea
Casual luxury al Reasonable Rates
Collins Ave. at 95th St.
Phone 866-1625 lor Resemrotions
BEST WISHES for the
NEW YEAR
SEA
ISLE
HofH
3001 Collins Ave.
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
CORONADO
MOTOR
MOTEL
Ft. Walton Beach. Florida
Ph. Cherry 3-8116
Same Friendly Manaqement
& Staff That Has Served
You for So Many Years
ATLANTIS HOTEL
2655 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone JE 1-0381
Mr. Irving Podotnkfc
Mr. Arthur Ban
A Joyous and Healthy
New Year to all our
Friends and Patrons
Tropics Hotel
1550 COLLINS AVE., MB.
Mr. & Mrs. Al Podvin
and Family
ivanhoe *,he *-
Oceanfront at 101st St., Bal Harbour, Miami Beach
LARRY CLIFF, General Manager
___For Reservation 865-3511------
BALMORAL HOTEL
9801 Collins Avenue & Ocean
EXTENDS TO ALL
HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS
MAYOR SHERWIN WINN, Vice President General Manager
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
SHOREHAM NORMAN HOTEL AND VILLAS
5th to 6th on Oceanfront 531-7481 Frank Fishman, Owner
and THE RIO HOTEL
THE KORETSKY FAMILY
National Hotel
1677 COLLINS AVENUE JE 2-2311
MIAMI BEACH
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
BARBARA and HORACE BURNSTEIN
Ew
Resort
MOTOR HOTH.
ON THE OCEAN AT 26th STREET
Miami Beech, Florid*
SHEPLEY HOTiL
1340 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone JE 1-6724
Irving and Tessie Wasserman
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
BEL-A1RE HOTEL
6515 COLLINS AVENUE Ph. 866-6511
JACK BROWN and FAMILY


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A CARL MITNICK PROJECT
ALFRED STONE, General Manager
HAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM
ELI ANDRON
Managing Director
AFMTMWTJ H0T1L YACHT MM
H00 Wtt Drive, M trbor Wind, Miami iech
New Year Greetings to the Jewish Community
SENATE HOTEL
139 N.E. 2nd AVENUE FR 4-0230
CARLOS CUERVO, Manager & Owner
HOLIDAY GREETINGS from
MR. AND MRS. EDWARD GIRSON
p|KSOVS KOSIliU HOI II
302 EUCLID AVENUE Miami Beach Ph. JE 1-6165
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
DELMONICO RETIREMENT HOTEL
6393 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH
UN 5-5786
Harry & Murray Rosenberg
& families
BEST WISHES FO* A HAPPY
AND HEALTH NEW YEAR
VACATION THIS YEAR AT THE
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Fun galore at one of the world's finest vacation resorts over-
looking the Caribbean with magnificent trop.cal mountains
rising just beyond.
Fvervthing for your enjoyment swimmine pool, private
bS^ter skiing, sailing, canoeing. *'"**;
fishing charter cruisers, horseback riding, the tabu tow Car. b-
bean Dining Room and Birds Nest Br. moonlrt barbacuas on
the beach, native floor shows, calypso bands, dance
orchestra.
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Friday. September 16, 1966
Hadassah's Many Achievements
By MRS. SAMUEL STEINBERG. President
Miami Chapter of Hadassah
IN 1912. Henrietta Szold, while visiting Palestine.
I Had been shaken by the dire need, poverty
and distress of .he land. She had seen the disease
and neglect in which the Jews lived, and she
turned to American Jewish women for help. Thus
Hadassah. the largest women's Zionist organization
In America, was formed. It is now celebrating its
54.h year of Aruchat Bat Ami. the Healing of the
Daughter of My People.
The Local Scene
The Miami Chapter consists of 14 groups with
a membership of over 2.200 women, who live ac-
cording to the enlightenment of the mind and the
loving heart. Through their efforts. Hadassah
maintains the finest medical center in the Near
East. Expanding day by day in its program of
healing, teaching and research, the Hadassah
Hebrew Medical Center in Ein Karim, Jerusalem.
is a 22 building complex in full operation.
Teams of Hadassah doctors and nurses, nu-
tritionists and technicians, teachers and engineers
have gone to primitive countries as they once
came to Palestine. Human misery is human misery
wherever it is found, and the compassionate heart
and informed mind must respond to its needs.
Since the Youth Aliyah movement was found-
ed over 30 years ago, over 100.000 young people
have passed through the gates of freedom into
MRS. SAMUEL STEINBERG
Israel. These children are cared for. nurtu.
educated at our two Vocational Schools
Alice I.. Seligsbcrg Vocational School f:
and the 1-ouis D. Brandeis Vocational Ce
Boys, so they can become useful citizen!
State of Israel.
In November, all groups of the Miami
will have pledge functions so that we can
our work. As it costs $600 to maintain a I
Israel for one year, the Miami Chapter
i, and
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Girls
ter for
Of the
mpter
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Greetings
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FOR THE
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very Best
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BEST WISHES AND GREETINGS
ON THE NEW YEAR...
BISCAYNE FEDERAL SAVINGS
& LOAN ASSOCIATION
Four Convenient Offices In Miami
E. ALBERT PAL LOT, President
CAM. FOR
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MANPOWER INC.
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In i
iough money was raised this past year to
us to care for 170 children.
dassah recognizes its responsibility to Israel,
is continuing, and to America which is
: nsable to Jewish survival.
e must educate our children because the
I people can not afford drop-outs at any age
, < responsible for maintaining Camp Judea.
profit children's camp in North Carolina.
o sponsor Young Judea groups in the Miami
. nd at present have 22 active groups.
During the month of October, we are planning
-ensified membership campaign, culminating
lyrtle Wreath Awards Night on Dec. 12. The
is a citation of honor yiven to outstanding
local personalities in many fields. Other awards
will be given to Hadassah members for their ef-
forts in promoting membership.
The Miami Chapter is entering its second year
of operation of our resale shop. "Case Hadassah.''
ii 542 SW 12th Ave. Under the supervision of a
special committee, the shop is prospering, and the
profits from this venture help to support our
Hadassah projects.
Henrietta Szold. heir of the Judaic ideal of
moral responsibility and of the American dem-
ocrats ideal of equality, has bequeathed this leg
acy to Hadassah women. How they continue to
cherish these ideals and pass them on untarnished
to their children is the measure of their Judaism
and their loyalty to America.
A Milestone for Our Aged Home
the :
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Continued from Pag* 3-F
- the overriding challenge for .111A officers.
card, the auxiliaries and men's club
e Home and its people must exert every
to assure the success of the United Fund
iA campaigns and to impress upon these
es the need for a greater share from them
e of the Home's increased population and
age problems.
ere are other areas concerning budgetarj
that will keep the staff and executive corn-
busy during the months ahead.
avlng come of age in fact, as well as years.
ne needs a blueprint for the decade ahead
much as the one successfully implemented over
the past decade and acknowledged at our annual
meeting this past April.
The year 5727 promises us much hard work
and many challenges. It also promises us a meat
sense of opportunity for fulfillment and a sense
of humane accomplishment.
In the tradition of my immediate predecessor,
Judge Irving Cypen, on behalf of the officers.
board, women's auxiliaries, men's club, staff and
resident s, 1 extend warmest and appreciative
Hosh Hashona greetings to the citizenry of Greater
Miami and Hollywood for their magnificent sup-
port of the Home
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"O ALL GREETINGS
fC.MES & SON, INC.
HARDWARE
"Thousands of
Useful Items"
110525 S. DIXIE HIWAY
KENDALL
Ph. 661-7806
NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
ROOFING
ROOFING
ROOF REPAIRS
17565 N.W. 24th AVE.
Ph. 759-0922
THAT ALL OUR FRIENDS AND PATRONS MAY ENJOY
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
IS THE SINCERE WISH OF THE
AUGUST BROS. BAKERY
10777 N.W. 36th AVENUE
Phone 688-8615
To AH ... Greetings
Russell House Movers, Inc.
N0USI MOVING an4 RAISING FUrMa's M.st Reliable Houe Moveri
f.f.Wislr*. I'll
Beth Frame end Masonry Construction
7120 NW 1st Avenue, Miami 38, Florida
24 Emerson Strati, St. Petersburg, Florida
MAY YOU AND YOURS BE INSCRIBED
IN THE BOOK OF LIFE FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR.
Kenneth M.
Myers
MEMBER
FLORIDA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
For the Finest Apartment at Moderate Rates
Bonded Rental Agency, Inc.
Managing and Maintaining More than 10,000 Housing Units
In Dade and Brov/ard Counties 9 Convenient Locations
MAIN OFFICE
1163 NW 3rd Ave., Miami Ph. 373-8416
4150 NW 7th Ave., Miami Ph. 759-8733
L. L. BROOKS, President
NEW YEAR GREETINGS lO ALL .
Bridges Welding & Iron Works
Steel Fabrication Ornamental Iron
* New Boat Trailers and Repairs
Z. S. Bridges NOW AT
1066 E. 24th STREET HIALEAH
Ph. 696-4802
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAY
ALEX MILLIGAN
* Marine Surveying Organization *
Marine Insurance Surveying -jfc- Yacht and Vessel Surveying
Marine Consultants and Engineers ir Appraisal a,_d Inspection
P.O. Box 126, Gratigny Station
Miami, Florida 33168
Phone: 757-9622
Res.: 681-4368
TO ALL GREETINGS
DELUXE SIGN COMPANY
ELECTRIC SIGNS SALES & SERVICE
Phone 634-3233
2330 NW 27th AVE. Miami, Fla.
Season's Greetings
To All Our Friends
11
ALFIES
1664 ALTON ROAD
RAPHAEL M. LEVI extends Greetings from
Universal Airconditioning & Heat Sales & Service, Inc.
Home of the Superb FEDDERS Factory Exclusive Service
16519 N.E. 6th Ave.
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TO ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR
MICHELANGELO'S
ITALIAN KITCHEN
PIZZA AT ITS BEST
OPEN 11 A.M. UNTIL 12 P.M.
CALL ME FREE DELIVERY
1242 N.E. 163rd ST. Ph. 9474911
North Miami Beach, Florida
NEW YEAR GREETINGS from JACK 3ILL
IKIrd STREET CYCLE CENTER
formerly located on Arthur Godfrey ltd. for 11 Years
SCHWINN & ENGLISH BIKES Mechanical Repairs on All Typei of Bikes
1064 N.E. 163rd St. lOpp Beth Torah Temple) Ph. 945-4541
"GREETINGS from NELSONS'"
at
BISCAYNE SHOPPING PLAZA
71st & COLLINS and MIRACLE MILE
GREETINGS
from
the
photo venter
163rd St. Shopping Plaza
157 Sunny Isles, M. B.
Dadeland Mall
GREETINGS
from
ARNOLDS
K8DDYLAND
163rd STREET
SHOPPING PLAZA
GREETINGS FROM
ONE HUNDRED
SIXTY THIRD STREET
REALTY
1801 N.E. 163rd Street
Wl 5-41 16
'A'i.hes to: z Hcppy snd
Prosperous New Year
I Sen timber
A Family
MsttyiM Plaza and
163rd St. Shopping Plaia
WKAT-FM
from BRAHMS
TO
BARTOK
Yooli Hear the World's Finest Music on
WKAT-FM
93.1 on your FM dial
MIAMI'S ONLY PURE
CLASSICAL MUSIC STATION
Programming MORE LIVE Concerts!
WKAT-FM
Education Bureau Anniversary
Continued from Page 5-F
public book festival rallies, and a teen-age book
review contest which culminated in a broadcast
over Ch. 7. and publication of lists of current
selected Jewish books of the year.
The Bureau's Annual Inter-School Essay-Art
Contest stimulated hundreds of art objects and
compositions on the subjects of "What Torah
Means to Me" and "What Israel Means to Me,"
from students of many Jewish schools. The art
work was on public display at the Art Gallery
of the Washington Federal Savings and Loan
Association.

Expressed needs by the Bureau for the com-
ing year include the following:
A part-time Sunday School consultant to work
with the one-day-a-week schools, visiting, consulting
with, and creating new materials for the 33 Sun-
day School departments in the Jewish schools of
Greater Miami;
An additional Hebrew department consultant
to give more adequate service to the 32 more in-
tensive Jewish schools of the community;
An assistant librarian to cope with the extra-
ordinary new requests for service at the Bureau's
Central Jewish Library-
An expansion of the Bureau's Central Hebrew
High School as a consequence of the growing
emphasis today on continual instruction of the
Jewish teen-ager in fact, Jewish educators today
regard secondary education as primary. Hence the
Bureau hopes to include in its High School new
classes for students of less intensive Hebrew
studies in a High School of Jewish Studies.
Teacher Recruitment
Intensification of the Bureau's teacher recruit-
ment program: The teacher personnel situation is
extremely acute and is growing worse throughout
the country. The Bureau, therefore, will be ex
panding its program of teacher recruitment, train
ing, and licensing for the coming year. The Col
lege of Jewish Studies of the Bureau will be offer
ing more courses in an attempt to gain licensing
by teachers in all departments of Jewish schools
Implementation of the Bureau's Accreditation
Program: Because of some apparent deterioration
in Hebrew instruction at the afternoon schools,
the Bureau has attempted to emphasize qualit \ fc
instruction by a new program of school accredita
tion. In November, 1966, the Bureau expects of
ficially to accredit those schools which qualif)
under its check-list of qualifications for accreditej
schools. The accreditation program calls for em
ployment of licensed teachers, improvement >f
the school program,, extension of school time a:v!
improvement in school instruction. The accredita
tion program, by giving broad recognition t>
schools meeting the accreditation qualifications,
Continued on Page 1S-F
THE BOARD of DIRECTORS,
OFFICERS and STAFF
JOIN with ME in WISHING
YOU and YOUR FAMILIES
A
HAPPY
NEW
MIAMI
NATIONAL
BANK
YEARS
Samuel Cohen
Chairman o* me Board
Irvin N. Clary
President
8101 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
Miami, Florida
'.::R: Federal : Federal Depose r Ml
Decor Concrete Railing
CONCRETE UNLIMITED
3901 WEST COMMERCIAL, FT. LAUDERDALE 635-7377
A Happy New Year to All Our Customers
KENDALL BEAUTYLAND SALON, INC.
7918 S.W. 104th STREET Kendall Ph. 271-5271
and JEFFERSON'S BEAUTYLAND, INC.
900 N. Miami Beach Blvd., No. MB. Ph. 945-3661
A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
THE BAROS FAMILY
ANO
THE MIAMI RUG COMPANY
GREETINGS
LITTLE RIVER LUMBER YARD
LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIAL
PAINTS AND HARDWARE
7737 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
Phone PL 9-2404
DREAM HOLIDAY
a Mttrti-bt-ftrfsttM 7 say net-
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In Jamaica.
6 6LAMM0US NIGHTS
7 EICmUG DAYS
12 FAMMUS MEALS
15 FANTASTIC FUTUtS

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Federation Views Community Role
Page 13-F
Continued from Page l-F
, and children already in Israel but still
I !iCf.
Israel's social problems must be met, health
problems must be eliminated, cultural problems
:.-; be solved. This year, more than ever before.
Ai must apply our funds and skills to teach, to
tram, and to help show them the way. Their future
to us.
Preservation of Life
let us return to the "here and now" of
cal Federation agencies. Are we meeting the
needs, dealing with the prime Jewish re
abilities of today and tomorrow?
rtainly, a major responsibility is the pres-
ort of life which lies within the power of our
Is Mount Sinai Hospital will continue to
. digenl and part-paying patients thiough
' specialty clinics in the S. Harvey Green-
Out-Patient Pavilion. Members ot the hos-
-.iff will continue to donate their time, ef-
sk Us in ;i variety of services ranging
diabetic, cardiac, orthopedic, and
These 30 clinics, the hospitals extensive
[service programs (volunteers donated ap-
tely 55.000 hours of their time las) year),
the 65 full service beds for Indigent patients
beneficiaries of the CJA campaign. With
fficienl funds for the forthcoming year. Mount
"... will ;.f.;,;r, be able to assure those who can-
not afford private medical care that they will
have the finest facilities and treatment available at
little or no fees, depending upon their ability
to pay.
Mount Sinai's implementation of the new law
of the land. Medicare, which went into effect July
1. will undoubtedly influence the hospital's opera-
tion and services. The law. which provides special
financing arrangements for medical benefits for
persons 65 years or over, will effectively remove
these men and women from charity or welfare
care, thus allowing more people outside of this
age group to receive such care
The hospital is also in the planning stages of
building a new educational facility in cooperation
with MiamiDade Junior College. The structure
will be located on Mount Sinai's grounds.
Service to Aged
The fad thai people now live 10 or 19 or 25
years beyond the retirement age points up another
oi concern service to the aged. Medicare
i b so expected to have a great influence on the
Jewish Home for the Aged Since Medicare also
includes a section on "extended care facilities." it
seems imminent thai the Jewish Home for the
Aged will provide for an expansion of services in
certain areas when Medicare for extended care
facilities becomes effective in January, 1967. The
increased opportunities for medical care for the
aged will undoubtedly be a strain on the Home.
Continued on Page 14-F
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Our appreciation to our many
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During the past year
We Express Genuine Greetings and
Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
THE STAFF OF
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FRANCES JAMES
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1
Federation Views Community Role
Continued from Page 13-F
which is already enjoying full capacity. The new
Ablin Pavilion, which opened last year, extended
the number of residents cared for by the Home
to 220.
We are constantly being fed data (for example,
the high rate of divorce, the high incidence of
emotionally disturbed children) confirming the con-
firming the confusion and problems existing within
family life in America. The Jewish Family and
Children's Service carries on a multiple program
including marriage counseling, homemaker serv-
ices, foster care, infant adoption, a special home
tor emotionally-disturbed boys, and service to non-
institutionalized aged. I-ast year, JFCS handled
cases involving almost 2,000 Jewish families in
Dade County.
The forthcoming year sees plans for the con-
struction of the Jewish Family and Children's
Service own building. In addition to housing JFCS'
present programs, the new structure will contain
the sorely needed facilities for new group inter-
viewing techniques and a play therapy room for
children.
'Y' Development Drive
The YM and WHA of Greater Miami, also a
family-centered agency, is moving forcefully
ahead in its development drive. The new central
branch at 8500 SW 8th St. is in its second year
of operation offering activities for all groups from
the pre-schooler to the senior citizen.
The challenge for the new year is the corstruc-
tion of a new YM and WHA facility for the North
Dade community. The new building is slated to in-
clude an indoor gymnasium and health club, swim-
ming pool, tennis, handball, volleyball, ani bas-
ketball courjs, a skating area, a youth wing, and
many other facilities offering meaningful group
work, leisure time, and recreational activities. So
far, the North County area has displayed itrong
community interest and enthusiasm in its develop-
ment fund campaign. We are certain that the com-
munity project will be successful and that it will
lead the way for the rest of our commu
Giant Step Forward
Jewish Vocational Service, providing job
placement services, a sheltered workshop for tged
and physically-handicapped who are unable to be
employed by competitive industry, and counseling
to inschool and out-of-school youth requiring vo-
cational assistance, has recently received j uo\
eminent grant as part of Greater Miami's anti*
poverty program. The grant, given in conjunction
with the Economic Opportunity Program of Dade
County, is the first such award made to a Greater
Miami Jewish Federation-sponsored agency to
combat poverty. It will be used to provide voca-
tional training for people who can not qualify
for many available jobs in the Dade Count> jrea.
Over 300 people will be directly served bj IVS
through this project.
JVS has also entered into a contract with the
Veterans Administration to provide psycho' >^:c;il
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL .
ELI'S QUALITY KOSHER
MEAT MARKET & DELICATESSEN
RETAIL MEATS
"The Best The Market Affords
At Reasonable Prices"
1321 Washington Ave. JE 4-2536
NEW YEAR GREETINGS FROM
CORAL GABLES DRAPERY & SHADE SHOP, INC.
1823 Ponce de Leon Blvd. Coral Gables, Florida
Phone HI 3-0620
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO OUR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
Mr. and Mrs. A. Finlev I'imha-
anil Children
I. Louis. Mauriei' Joffry.
Jonathan Mark and Kf hel Mary
New Year Greetings
Strecker
Truck Body
Builders
Chas. Sheehan. Owr.;.-
724 N.W. 21st STREET
Happy New Year fro a
PLAGEB
BROS.
^340 N.W. 27th AVE.
NE 5-0905
"
'PROMPT DAY and NfGHT ttffVICf"
McCORMICK-BOYETT
PLUMBING CONTRACTORS
FOR SALES, SERVICE or REPAIRS Phone PL 7-0606
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
GOLD POT, Inc.
Makers of Fine Jewelry
439 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD
JE 1-6577
GREETINGS
r. & n.
SCRAP MET \L
PIPE, PLATE &
SCRAP METAL
3177 N.W. N. RIVER OR.
NE 4-2111
To All Holiday Greetings
JANE S. ROBERTS
DADE COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD
GREETINGS
J. & W. PLUMBING
SERVICE, INC.
1222 NW 29th STREET
Phone NE 5-4435
Tom JayJim Washington
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Scherer
& Sons
Along With Their
Employees
Extend Greetings for :he
NEW YEAR to All


Friday, September 16, 1966
fJewlsti IMcrSdlicJiin
Page 15-F
testing for veterans under the new Veterans Aet
of 1966.
SttBll reeognitioo by governmental agencies
should make the Jewish Vocational Service feel
very proud. The agency has taken a giant step
forward in indicating to us all our responsibility
toward the community's total welfare.
One of the most serious problems facing our
community's synagogues and religious schools is
the shortage of'qualified teachers. The Bureau
of Jewish Education will continue to train teach-
ers for this purpose, offering the necessary courses
for Hebrew, Sunday School, and Pre-School
teachers.
A Survey on Jewish Education is in the process
of being conducted by Greater Miami Jewish
Federation in an effort to evaluate the relevance
of Jewish education in Miami to contemporary'
living. It will attempt to determine both Federa-
tion's and the community's responsibilities for
strengthening the quality of Jewish education so
as to make it m>re meaningful to both children
and adult.-. It is our intent that the recommenda-
tions ot the Survey Committee will be implemented
by the Bureau of Jewish Education in their plan-
ning for future programs, facilities, and improved
and expanded curricula.
Toward Accomplishing More
Yes, another year has ended, but already Fed-
eration and its agencies are planning for needs
that return with the revolving year. Regardless
of previous achievement, we must still harbor with-
in us a "divine discontent" an unwillingness to
be satisfied with what has been accomplished, a
burning desire to accomplish more.
Once again we must return to the present
tense. Once again it will be you you will make
the difference.
On behalf of Greater Miami Jewish Federation
and Combined Jewish Appeal, may I wish all of
you a year filled with health, happiness, and
peace And may the past acclaim our future.
Education Bureau Anniversary
moved
to GREATER MIAMI
Ttk mm phoiM call (or coupon
btlow). add hostess with baskets
of gifts and Information about the
city, stir in genuine hospitality,
and you'll havs a generous and
delightful welcome. Just phone
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443-2526
Continued from Page 12-F
will act as a lever in improving educational
standards.
A iirvey of JewJSD education has now begun
under the sponsorship of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation an.i the Bureau, with the collabora-
tion o: "he American Association for Jewish Edu-
cation, -.o outsta-ding Jewish educators arc con-
ducting the survey Dr. Azriel Eisenberg. now
president of the World Council for Jewish Edu-
cation, and Dr. Samuel Dinsky. head of the Depart-
ment of Surveys for the American Association for
Jewish Education, it is hoped that this survey
will give guidelines for improved and expanded
educational services to all Jewish educational in-
stitutions in Greater Miami.

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HXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
D'BIEN
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Phone 379-5971
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
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127. N E 6h Street, Muiimi, Florida
Ph. 371-8798
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
BITK MORRIS TIKI- CO.
KELLY SPRINGFIELD Distributors
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
3601 BIRD ROAD Phone HI 4-8328
TO 411 GRtlTINGS
SERVICE GLASS &
MIRRORS, INC.
FREE ESTIMATES
QUALITY WORKMANSHIP
759 N.E. 79th ST.
Ph. 754-5527
Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Spiegelman
Mr. and Mrs.
Robert I. Spiegelman
Mr. and Mrs.
Max Spiegelman
Fred and Guy Gersten
grandchildren Stephen,
Gary, Ronnie and Larry
wish their relatives
and friends
A Happy New Year
ATTENTION!
Jewish Home for the Aged
THRIFT SHOP
NEEDS YOUR DONATION
NOW!
"FURNITURi"-"APPUANCES"
"CLOTHING"-"JEWIlRY," etc.
"All Items Tak Deductible"
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"I can see it so clearlyeven though it's been six years.
He came out of nowhere.
1 It wasn't my fault.
The policeman said it wasn't my fault.
His parents said it wasn't my fault
Two witnesses said it wasn't my fault.
I know it wasn't my fault.
I wish I could stop thinking about it.
I wish I could fall asleep."
FLORIDA
POWER & LIGHT
HLLPING BUILD FLOHIOA
COMPANY


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GREETINGS from
Mr. & Mrs. JEROME SIMMS
Of
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PRINTING COMPANY
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NEW
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Your Host BOB HANNA
Best Wishes for a
Very Healthy and
Happy New Yeai
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"Oewish Floridian
Miami, Florida. Friday. September 16. 1966
Section G
Community Organizations Greet You
MAYOR HIGH
CITY OF MIAMI, FLORIDA
Office of the Mayor
At the approach of Rosh Hashona, I extend
cordial greetings on behalf of myself, my fellow
members of the City Commission and the people
of Miami to our many friends of the Jewish faith.
The observance of Rosh Hashona is an es-
pecially sacred period to those of the Jewish
community.
History has shown that, throughout the world,
wherever those of the Jewish faith have settled,
the area has become known for its cultural ad-
vancements, economic progress, and a spirit of
brotherly cooperation in which leaders of our
Jewish community have played a prominent part.
At this solemn period in Jewish religious
observance, we join with you in prayers for those
in all parts of the world who are still under the
oppressor's heel, and we join in giving thanks
that here we live in peace and harmony.
ROBERT KING HIGH
CITY OF MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
Office of the Mayor
As Mayor of our beautiful City of Miami
Beach. Florida, it is a distinct privilege and pleas-
ure to have this opportunity to extend my warmest
greetings and best wishes on the advent of Rosh
Hashona.
May God grant us the understanding and
wisdom to create a world where strife, discord
and inharmony will be unknown a world
replete with true brotherhood, serenity and good
will, untrammcled and unfettered by the vicissi-
tudes of tyranny and injustice, a New Year in
fact and in deed, among all men and all nations.
My wife, Patty, and my children join with
me in this hope and prayer, and may the Year
5727 be filled with only good health, happiness
and prosperity for all.
ELLIOTT ROOSEVELT
MAYOR ROOSEVELT


Page 2-G
+Jenisti fhrMtun
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE
7101 CARIYU AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
-.znrn nrc niW?
We herewith extend oar best wishes
to our beloved Founder and Spiritual Leader
RABBI DR. and MRS. ISAAC HtRSH EVER and FAMILY
Officers, Directors, Members, Sisterhood Organiiation, Aien't Club
s well at to all oar well-wishers in Greater Miami
may rut Ntw ycak bring the rialization or au ouk hopes,
COMPUTE REDEMPTION TO OUK PEOPlf
ond a
SOLUTION TO AffllCTtO HUMANITY
MORRIS FELDMAN. President
MRS. LILLIAN BLUMENFELD. President
SISTERHOOD OF AGUDATH ISRAEL
TEMPLE ISRAEL
OF GREATER MIAMI
ITS RABBIS, OfFKERS end MEMBERS
txtend la the Jewish floridian ant Eft hosts of reoderi
A VERY HAPPY, PROSPEROUS AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR
Branch 692 Workmen's Circle of
Miami Beach
extending its best wishes to its members, friends and all
Jewrya Happy, Heahhy and Prosperous New Year.
New Year's Greetings to the
Entire Community from
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI
990 N.E. 171st Street, No. Miami Beach
Phone Wl 5-3586
Rabbi Sherwin Stauber
Spiritual Leader
Burton Brody
President
To our Members, Friends and the
Entire Jewish Community
We extend Best Wishes for a
Most Happy New Year
CHAIM WEIZMANN
BRANCH OF FARBAND
MOE LEVIN, Chairman
MR. AND MRS. LEO MINDLIN
and SONS, JEREMY and JACOB
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
rato no^nn ioa
Best Wishes for a Happy New Year from
Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority
OMEGA CHAPTER AND THE
GREATER MIAMI ALUMNAE ASSOCIATION
Friday, September 1G, 1268
Dynamic Achievement for Sinai
By LEONARD L. ABESS, President
Mount Sjnai Hospital
THE past year has been one of dynamic achieve-
ment at Mount Sinai. Ouc hospital has made
tremendous strides toward the goal of becoming
a complete medical center. The concept of con-
tinuing care will soon be a reality when construc-
tion is completed, about Nov. 1. on the Albert
and Bessie Warner Pavilion for Continuing Care,
with its projected 150 additional beds. It will be
a four-story building located on the bayside of
the hospital.
Puring the usual term of a patient's stay in a
hospital, care progresses from constant bedside
attention during an acutely ill medical or post-
operative period to routine bedside care which
can be lessened as the patient progresses in his
climb back to health. This new addition will pro-
vide the patient with this third phase of conval-
escence in colorful, spacious and luxurious new
quarters.
Out-Pitient Pavilion
The ability to take care of as many as 100,000
patients in our new and expanded S. Harvey
Greenspan Out-Patient Pavilion and Comprehen-
sive Rehabilitation Center will be reached upon
completion Sept. 1. The tremendous demand upon
the facilities of our present Out-Patient Pavilion
and the additional generosity of the Greenspan
LEONARD L. ABESS --
family brought about the decision to enlarge thi
department and to include comprehensive rehabil-
itation in this program. The latter will afford
Mount Sinai the opportunity to furnish beth out-
patients and convalescing in-patients with still
another facet of progressive patient care vital
in the concept of fulfilling total patient needs.
It is necessary', of course, to provide extra
space and obtain more personnel in order to meet
Israel Histadrut Committee
of Greater Miami
and
Greater Miami Council for Medical
Services & Vocational Training in Israel
sponsors of
THE GREATER MIAMI "AMAL"
TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOL RAMLfH, ISRAEL
EXTEND TO THEIR MEMBERS AND FRIENDS
BEST WISHES FOR A
HEALTHY. HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
ONE LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
Phone 538-1231
THE
Greater Miami Hebrew
Free Loan Association
its
President and all the Officers
and Board of Directors
wish all their members and friends a most
HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
nsiB nowri nyra
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
Gilbert J. Balkin Chapter B'nai B'rith
L'SHONA TOVA TIKESEVU
YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
1542-44 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
L'SHONA TOVA TIKESEVU
Sky Lake
Synagogue
18151 N.E. 19th A Venue
NO. MIAMI BEACH
JONAH E. CAPLAN
Rabbi
DANIEL P. TUNICK
President
A
May the New Year be d
bountiful one and bring e
full measure of happiness
to our members and the
entire Jewish Community.
TEMPLE NER TAMID
SISTERHOOD
MM. CARtTO* BUM, tr-t.
isron roMD n:&>
Happy New Year to All
YIV0 INSTITUTE
for JEWISH RESEARCH
Morris Honigboum, President
B. Morrison, Secretary
MIAMI BEACH CHAPTER
MIZRACHI WOMEN'S
ORGANIZATION
EXTENDS
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
to All Our Members and the
Entire Jewish Community
Caoj Health and Peace
Throughout the World.
RACHEL IAUFER KATZ,
Presidenf
>
aran nara rutrt
MFW YFAR GREETINGS
Mr. & Mrs. J. Hyman & FarmV
Manager or Contort
7525 $o. Coles, Chicago 49, Ill-
Phone RE 4-6746



Friday, September 16, 1966
+ Jewish ftcrkH&r
Page 3-G
the projected needs which are being created by
these new areas. How much enlargement will be
necessary in our ancillary departments such as
Laboratory, Radiology, Dietary, etc.. and how many
skilled people will be required to fill this need.
j> now being studied by a national hospital con-
sultant firm engaged by us on the recommendation
of hospital administration. Some of the "musts"
are already in progress, and others will occur as
the programs are finalized.
Miami-Dad* Affiliation
Details involving our contract with the Miami-
Dade .Junior College to construct a million dollar
building are being finalized. This new structure,
a "first" in this type of partnership between a
hospital and a college, will be elected for the
purpose of educating students in subjects which
will b t -tremely helpful to US and to the Greater
Miami area. The curriculum to date is planned
to include courses for medical technicians. X-ray
technicii s, dietitians, and nurses; and other sub-
jects he added as the program progresses. The
students will receive their didactic training in the
new "satellite campus" and their clinical training
in our !. spitaL
- for the construction of the Maribel
Blum Nuclear Medical Building were also a high
light Of this past important year. When completed,
this program will open another tremendous vista
in the fitld of research, teaching and patient care
which v.e cannot accomplish today within the
physical confines of our present structures. This
new building, as plans stand today, will be a five-
.story structure with the first floor incorporating
all services necessary for the early diagnosis and
management of the cancer patient, as well as can-
cer research facilities. It is planned that there
will be a nuclear medicine section with the latest
radio-isotope equipment capable of scanning tech-
niques, which assist greatly in the diagnosis of
superficial and deep-seated malignancies.
Additional Current Plans
A cobalt telecure unit, the newest in accel-
erator equipment for the treatment of cancer
and allied diseases, will also be available. Current
plans also include that two floors of the new
building will he devoted toward treatment of
cardiac and cardio-pulmonary patients. The plys-
themograph unit, now in the present Cardio-
Pulmonary I.ab in the main building, will be
moved to this floor. This pieee of equipment as-
sists physicians with information for patients
-uttering from emphysema and related bronchial
ailments. Releasing the space in the present build
ing now occupied by this program, and space
assigned lor radiotherapy equipment, will permit
the hospital to add a cardiac in-service unit to its
other two existing Medical and Surgical Intensive
Care Units now in usage Research relating to
these and other nuclear medical areas will occupy
I he rest ol the building.
During this past year, we engaged three out-
standing physicians in our hospital "family." A
full-time chief of surgery, radiotherapy and cardio-
vascular surgery are now included in the list of
oytfltanding physicians on our staff, and plans are
underway to add even more men of this caliber
in the near future.
A new dimension relating to hospital care
became a part of our "way of life" this past year
with the advent of Medicare. Our administrative
Continued on Page 15-G
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For
RABBI AND MRS.
MORRIS A. SKOP
TEMPLE SHOLOM
of POMPANO BEACH
Prey a Happy and Good
New Year for all their
Loved Ones and Friends
LV snh Tova Tikosay vu
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
Affiliated with the Union ef American Hebrew Congregation!
"The liberal Congregation en the Beach"
CHASE AVENUE at 41st STREET MIAMI BEACH
WE PRAY THAT OUR HOUSE OF PEACE WILL HERALD
A NEW ERA OF PEACE FOR HUMANITY
'Xtenets wishes /o
a litest jc-xfeus i>s\vvt i//cor tc- oil
The Sisterhood Young Couples Group
The Brotherhood The Forty-Miners
The P.T.A. The Temple Players
and all affiliated Youth Groups
THE OFFICERS and BOARD Of DIRECTORS of
THE GREATER MIAMI WOMEN'S AUXILIARY
OF THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED
Ixtend Mew Itar Greetings to All Their Members and friend*
MRS. IARRY SILVERMAN, President
it/ sc-n aLjick
on
an*
Helping to save Jewish lives and build Jewish life .
around the corner and around the world.
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
AND
Combined Jewish Appeal
Extend the Wish that the Year 5727
Will Bring Peace, Health and
Happiness to You and Your Family.
Joseph M. Lipton, President
Arthur S. Rosichan, Executive Director
iilU If lit M1AMM JEWtSH FIWKRATIOX
i:\l7 ilisvaijnv f*frf.. Miami. Flo. $313%
Telephone :t7:1-01011
-i
BUREAU OF JEWISH EDUCATION
Albert Ossip, President
Louis Schwartzman, Executive Director
JEWISH FAMILY AND CHILDREN'S SERVICE
Dr. Melvin L. Becker, President
Leon Fisher, Executive Director
MT. SINAI HOSPITAL
Leonard Abess, President
Samuel Gertner, Executive Vice President
NATIONAL COUNCIL OF JEWISH WOMEN
SERVICE TO NEW AMERICANS
Mrs. Edwin B. Oppenheim, President
YM-YWHA OF GREATER MIAMI
Paul Faske, President
Efraim H. Gale, Executive Director
COMMUNITY CHAPLAINCY SERVICE
Sam J. Heiman, Chairman
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, Coordinating Chaplain
JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED
Leo Rose, Jr., President
Maurice Pearlstein, Executive Director
JEWISH VOCATIONAL SERVICE
Marshall S. Harris, President
Dr. Michael Goodman, Executive Director
BARON de HIRSCH LOAN FUND
Leo Eisenstein, President


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Friday, September 16. 19S3
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AMERICAN FRIENDS OF
THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY
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FARBAND LABOR ZIONIST ORDER
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BETH TORAH
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1051 North Miami Beach Blvd.
DR. MAI A. LIPSCHITZ. Rabbi
JACOB J. RENZER Cantor
HEBREW EDUCATORS ALLIANCE
OF GREATER MIAMI
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Our Thanks
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M the fof/owmj ts">'.'. -.
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Florfdion.
(f is nf fhe S3se tsed 'o-
which wt ore erafe'e/ but fhe
spirit a, avareciatien demon-
jtrofed for fhe *erree render-
ed iuring the entire rear.
^0 day 3'ee* rtgs
from
MOLLIE KAHANER
SISTERHOOD
of
BETH TORAH
CONGREGATION
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He has a safe deposit box, ample savings, is fully insured, and his estate is in good order.
But he is threatening his family's security.
He has not yet made his cemetery arrangements. Like other
important obligations, these arrangements must not be over-
looked. If left unattended, they could cause your family unneces-
sary emotional and financial strain. By planning ahead, these
arrangements can be made with a minimum of pressure. Prices
and services can be compared in a calm, rational manner. And
difficult decisions will not be left for the family to make when they
are least prepared, financially and emotionally. If you have not
yet made your cemetery arrangements, we urge you to do so now.
Your family is certain to benefit.
MIAMI'S MOST BEAUTIFUL EXCLUSIVELY JEWISH CEMETERY
5505 Northwest 3rd Street Phone MO 1-7693


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