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

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

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

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"(Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE KWSSH WEEKLY
10 Nt; u 7 }4
-u, F!on : Friday, September 1 1967
Fracas Over Nazi
Lniforms Delays
Rockwell Funeral
CULPEPER, Va. The stormy
>rid notorious career of American
.in Party leader George Rock-
icll was carried beyond his death
lere this week as his party co-
Dlta sought to deftr a Federal ban
n swastikas and Nail uniforms at
literal service* for their slain
leader at Culpeper National Cem-
rtery.
Cemetery authorities called in
federal troops by bus and hcli
[( pter Tuesd ly when Rockwells
bllowera ahovred up in full Nad
uniform and tried to force their
raj into th" small military burial
rounds Th* troops barred the en-
trance to ihe cemeterj in the face
f repeated attempts on the part
Maii mourners to storm the
fates in front of the hoarse bear
is the bod} nf Rockwell, who was
..... k bj i sniper. John
... her of the
p it) I '!''' ,! -.. h inur-
|er in the sh it i
' had
K Iter on for
I' Vavv ietcran, to 1m>
juried in the national cemetery,
' astika I Nazi unifoi ms wi re
none I burial -.round
iREAKTHROUGIT
Bourguiba Hits
Aral) Mideast
War Poll
The defiance by the Nazis of the
government ban on the wearing of
rwastikas (oil-wed an earlier dis-
pute between Rockwell's followers
ind his family over th" choice of
the burial site. Rockwell's brother.
Hobert. wanted the body sent to
Boothbav Harbor. Maine, for burial
where other members of the fam-
ily are interred, but the Nazis in-
Continued on Pago 12 A
ISRAEL ASKS ACTION
UN Will Probe
Plight Of Jews
In Arab Lands
GtOKGl KOCKWIU
Old City Curfew Lifted
First Time Si nee War
JERUSM EM 1TA Curf<
entirely In the Eastern
I i talern In hich th<
I i i -.
r the f'rst 1 i Ihe S Day
1 i ended i i the unific il Ion oi
lerusalem, the citj returned to
ii mal I
Jew. and A raha crowded Ihe
r ncip il streets in the old City,
atronizing shops and cafe*: no
irmv patrols were visible alons
>ut an reh bilital the mass of
yptian w ions captured in the
nai Pci during 'he J
Tl a I workers I mred the
iinai as after having been in
'ern-.i! n attend the Ii '
lii nal Conference of Jewish Com
nunal Services
An announcement was made thai
he vi r foushl against the Arabs
h" -tree?' Easl Jerusalem was n > last JOfte will hereafter be called
:-nt than the former "New"
[icy
LONDON ,.ITA>- Tunisia s
president ll '>ib Bourguiba railed
i this weekend for an end to
le Arab insiatence on a continued
late of belligerency against Israel
ly implication he blamed Egyptian
President (ianial Abdel Nasser for
prer.pitniing the June war by re
prsing to recognise the existence
Israel.
His blat came a* the fot
unisters of moat Arab states con
i ag i>n at Khartoum, Su Ian,
t' plan a long postponed Arab
ii i mil i et ng Dispatches re
ived here from Khartoum said
>me of th" Arab Foreign
lini (era re d sturbed by the
lining of Boursuibt's statement
>n fie verj evt of their planned
mmmit meeting
Ad Ire sin < rallv In Tunisia,
lonrguibi said: "Policies adopted
therto have led a'l Arabs to con
per isia'-i i, an i | ressor. On
pe contrary, it is believed that it
.- E ynt which created the casus
Bill, insisting that the verj exist
of |ra -I constitule- an as-
Iression The State cil Isiii-.-l has
i-en recognized by both the United
Kstes and Sovjet Russia It is a
.>,-,i Nations member, and its
[istence is challenged only bv the
1 i ountriea. In these circum
lances, it is osnless to continue
htoring this reality and claim that
prabi mnst vine Israel off the nap,
so do'ri:. oi> drives himself to
I' ar total sola!ion "
lenisalem The eii's unification
ii far as the civilian population
was concerned, was one busy, nor
'..,l metropolis
Th* i abinet dei i led to hold its
lo-s Independence nay Parade In
mified Jerusalem. The parade will
celebrate th- 20th e*nlsr#*rn of
'srael's rebirth t'ntil the Israel-
Vrab armistice aereementi
lefunct in June, due to the war,
Israel was not allowed to brin i
iments into Jerusalem
4ov ever, in r*>H the plans arc to
nake the p.Made the occasion for
he largest display of -'round and
air force ina'eriel Israel has evei
shown public!) Among other items.
Israel will display large accumula-
tions of weaponry captured from
Egypt during the Six-Day War.
Many of these arms were Russian
built
A group of foreign Je > ish social
workers, most of then American,
'a- told bj Israeli military author-
ities at El Ariah that it will take
.r least three more months to
Continued on Page 3-A
I'NITED NATION'S, N.Y
Secretary-General V Than! is
considering "the use of his good
offices" in the matter of persecu
ion of Jews in some Arab conn
ires, as requested by the perma
-.ent representative of Israel. Am-
bassador Gideon Rafael, who met:
with him on this subject, it was
learned here this week
\n Israeli spokesman said that
his government has recently re
ceivee! from most reliable sources
irts about the deplor
' le n "!is (if .lews in th si
ntries The reports conci r
inment of .lews some '
( do: dcpri\ ation of de
- in lihood and thre.it> of
harm.
On the basis ol captured Syrian
ts an Israeli arm) spokes
man in Tel A\ i\ n porte I thai
S' inti lligence acti\ ities
Isn II front were
. ly .> iih fund- nfisi ated
Continued on PdC,e 2-A
Factions Ready Plans For
Unified Israel Labor Party
TEL AVIV (JTA>- The long-
ht creation of a strong, unified
: partj M'i me i verj close to
ealir.al on as thi 300 member cen
ra committee of the Mapai Party
ipproved a plan for merger with
two Other major labor parties in
Israel, Achdul Avodah and Rafi.
Since the executive bodies of the
latter two have already decided to
accept the merger plans, only na-
tional conventions by each of the
three, scheduled within a month.
remain before final ratification of
Ihe move In view of the fact that
Ihe respective leaderships have en-
dorsed the plan, it was believed
tain thai the conventions would
do likew isc
!' l< adership oi Achdul Avo
dah. which has a parliamentary
alignment now with Mann, and
he leaders o( Rafi voted over the
weekend m favor of the merger
submitted b) Mapai's --ere
tariat. When the merger is com-
plete, the unified party wil control
a majority of the Knesset (Parlia-
ment) membership, with a total of
50 of the body's 120 seats
\ three-man committee, includ-
'ng one representative each from
Mapai, Achdul Avodah and Rafi.
is already at work on concrete
measures for unification thai will
go into effect after the three sep
a rate nation il conventions The
new united party will include two
Continued on Page 3-A
WNDS SOUGHT
Bond Meeting
To Launch
New Drive
By Special Report
M VORK \ itional
'ah n conferei ce for e<
i
he Waldori \sl
'he ueeken I ol Sept. 15, lo
lunch a n.w $500 i 100 State of
Bond issiu to speed Isr icl s
' .u economic recoi ery and
'o ach ance ihe co nl rj proj
ward economic independence it
vas announce.; this week by Dr.
ph .1 Schwartz, vice president
if the Israel Bond organization.
Finance Minister Pinhas Sapir
Mil make a special trip to the
nited Stales lo participate in the
erence and to outline Israel's
ncreased economic needs result-
ng from the recent war Mr Sapir
- expected to reix>rt on the short-
erm problems confronting -Israel
n restoring ii< war-dislocated
'conomy to normal, and the long
erm problems of development in
Is efforts to achievi gn atei
nomic stability.
The economic problems nich
is unemployment and the need to
narrow the gap in the balance of
Taile. which confronted Israel be
fore the outbreak of hostilit
must receive priority consideration
in the days to come." Dr Schwartz
-aid. "In addition to the increased
tasks of rebuilding plants and
equipment destroyed or damaged
by w.i' Israel must now con
tratc .>H available economic re-
in- basic tasks of in-
Continued on Page 12-A
Ai COMMITTEE SURVEY DISCLOSED
Find Low Ratio Of Jewish Executives
By Special Report
PITTSBURGHThe larger Amer-
ican companies are not placing
lews in management positions to
the ex'ent warranted by their num-
bers and ability despite consider-
able good will and freedom from
prejudice OH the part of corporate
policy makers Tins was reported
here thla week at meetlna soon-
ored by the Greater Pittsburgh
Plans for Progress Council.
Harold s Biiiler. chairman of the
Pittsburgh Chapter of the Ameri
can Jewish Committee, told the
meeting thai recent studies r.
vealed that while .lews constituted
eight per cent of the college grad
liates i" Ihe United States, fewer
1 li a ii one half of one per cent of
the individuals m the upper man-
agement and policy-making ranks
of American corporations were
lewish
Me said that studies in the area
of executive-suite discrimination
sponsored by the American Jewish
Committee were begun in I960 at
Harvard and Cornell 1 niversitles
and Ihe University of Michigan
Mr Bigler pointed out that in
many companies where there s
dear policy of non-discrimination,
this polic) has not filtered down
from top management Moreover,
he ad led, the university stu i
have indicated that in many ci
there is emphasis on soeial ,
- rather than on abilitj
l'h. re is ."i assumptii n that man-
ia! eiin-ienc> requires everj
one to resemble everyone else in
outlook and in background, with a
rsultant feeling among Jewish col-
li graduates that the doors of
corporate management are closed
to them
'The Harvard study," Mr Big-
. id explodes the myth that
sh college graduates have dif-
Continued on Page 2-A


Poqa 2-A
* fcn f <^ nrridli**r
Fr-H-rv
oer 1 I
DR. ALBEBT B. SABIN center) discoverer ai the univeracdl
polio vaccine, receives rr.eci-1 irorr. Co!. Eugenic
'. .:. r Buenos Aires, as Abraham Monk,
Americc Director of the Am in Jewish Committee.
b an. Visit of Dr. Soi>:r. to South America was co-
nst) by the Arr.e-ican Jewish Corr.n-.ittee and its
lea in A:--- ntina end Brazil, where he receiv I
.-- bonors and bis activities made hecd-
rewspapers and were reported daily on radio
ion. Dr. Sabm was the first Jew to be granted
... .. v>icl cr y.-.rr. by Argentine Pres-
irios Ongania at a special ceremony in
Government Hoyse.
Find Low Ratio Of
Jewish Executives
Continued from Pas* 1-A
feres! rotls from their Christian
peers While business, has in reei nl
> in grown increasingly *<-n~i
live to the prohlcms of minority
general, there i* still a
t corporations to take af-
firmative action in recniitin". em-
among Jewish ranv
V. hen such a policy is determined
by top nianaii'-nient. steps must be
taken to see that it i> carried out
c.n :-'! levels f>f manaeement."
Comm issi otters
Vow Judges
A bill recently passed by the
! Florida legislature has given
iudicial status tn the Deputy Com-
nission who will now be known
u Judge- of Industrial Claim-.
New member- of the Miami Divi-
sion who have N-en added to the
judiciary of the State of Honda
include Judges Leonard P Car
done. Alfred Krei-ler. Samuel C
Halpert. James C Henderson. Sam
N'cdelman. Charles T. Branham.
Stephen II Torr and Hayes S
Wood
Plight Of Jews
Probed By UN
Continued from Pooe 1-A
from Syrian ,k--s One of the doc-
iment-. v. huh includes a budget
for the ne commander, refers to
an item of about 20.000 Syrian lire
about S5.000-which was listed
as confi-cated from Syrian Jews
After recant visit to Eyp,
Erie Rouleau, a French corre-
spondent, hat reported that 60 to
7C per cent of the Jewish mala
confined to jails since the Arab-
Israel war in June. Immediately
after the end of the war, it was
' reported that hundred* of Jew-
ish nationals in Egypt who did
not have foreion passports were
rounded up and jetted, white
those with foreign passports were
expelled.
1-tiqlal Morocco's extremist, na
tionalist political party, has again
launched a violent campaign
against Moroccan Jews. In the
current issue, the party's organ.
"L'Opinion." declares that Jewish
i functionaries in the Moroccan gov-
ernment are "notorious Zionists.'
At the same time, a number of
Moroccan Jewish intellectuals pub-
lished a statement condemning the
as-'-rrcssion of Israel against the
Arabs and Israel's expansionist pol-
icy Israel, sold the statement.
"cannot be considered as the moth-
erland of Jews or even as their
-econd motherland."
Meanwhile, another member of
the Moroccan Rabbinical Tribunal.
Kabbi Yoshua Obel. of Rabat is
leaving the country to settle in I-
riel Other rabbinical judges are
also preparing to leave Morocco
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Friday, September 1, 1967
*Jenlsti nark/ton
Old City Curfew Lifted For First Time
Fog j-A
Continued from Pag* 1A
ofliciajly, "The Six-Day War." A
special decoration will be awarded
to all rtqvl ir nd reserve units
;h1 In !;(' war. The decora-
will consist of a red-while and
H ribbon, w I h i iky blue ri
ach side It waa also announce 1
held ft
i......at ff th< n ning ol
Si ai ca
i ah (; ..us ere injured
v n la> when an auto-
re r din
k a n In the villa tie of
i i"'i military autl
itrh imi..... : a cur-
few on the town, organizing a
i ch for sab ( r-
itse t, h >we\
'. i Iraell authorities
nd ts t 10k sharp ac-
\r:'> resistance in
; art u Israel was
rci te a gainst \ arious
Iran Is, including shoot
I .m.\ a strike in (;.i/;i
The i! tribui al Dieted out
entem ring from eight
ten months' impri.sonmrnt for
five promineot Arab merchants'
rondUCtad a strike in Gaza.
In a.:d thin, they were fined 1.500
Israeli pnum's ($500* each.
The trouble Band after a group
ol Aral, younsatera distributed leaf
1 ts claiming an Israeli soldier had
(I a resident of the town Ac
tuallv. an Israeli soldier had been
forced to fire his rifle in self-
when a group of Arabs
attacked him In the melee, three
\rabs were wounded.
The Israeli military governor
issued an order forbidding busi-
'- -men to close their stores When
some of them defied this order.
Course Offered
In .Modern Hebrew
A course in modern Hebrew con-
vi lotion for beginners is being of
ft red in the Adult Education Center
ami Senior High School, The
will be held on Mondays and
Wi dm ..- 9 from 7 p m to 10 p m
beginning Wednesday, Sept 'i.
The language Kill be taught
hrough records and tapes by Mrs
Gerehakov, Hebrew leather
tor the course 1- 12. Re is
(ration is held between 2 :> and
p m Monday through Prida>
m 171 of the Miami Senior
>< hool Adult Education Cen
2450 SW 1st St
they were arrested immediately
and taken before the military
; court. Some of the youngsters who
had distributed the leaflets were
also tried and sentenced to jail
tenQg,
M El ish in the SI
an Israeli militarj tribunal
ir local t two
year prison l ; .
1
rhej .
h
city and in the c1 punctiir
Isra
'H car!
W tbu His. in oc( J dan
east of .' -I usali m ai Is a
der patr .emeu and p ,
troopei drew sniper fire n an
ra ise Fridaj Earlier, a He-
1,11 w I niversit) student's auto had
i 1 n fired upon at the same I
tion 'I he student es< 1 i Injury,
1 three members ol the patrol
wen wounded After wounding the
'niper, the Israelis arrested his
father and a brother in the house
Finally, they blew up the house,
arresti l six -.ore Arabs and razed
five other houses tiiat had been
centers of violent resistance The
village is on the weal bank of the
Jordan River and overlooks a prin
cipal highway to Jerusalem, just
east of the capital
Neiv Program
Offered at Killian
Miami Killian Senior High is
now offering cooperative Distribu-
tive Education to seniors.
Distributive Kducation is an
anizational pattern which in-
volves regular!} scheduled part
tin employment and classroom
" 1 he part-time emploj
11 i'i.i\ idc oppoi unities for the
lent to 1 \ni theory in
le further developing
e compi lencii s required
distrib ttive emploj ment
Classroom instruction 1- centered
around the disi iplini ol marketing
n 1 : (ruction related to the stu
distributive career objective.
Disti ibutivi occupations are those
ol lowed b; pi oprietors, managei s,
or employees engaged primarily in
marketing or merchandising goods
or services Such occupations may
be found in various business estab
lishments including, without being
limited to, retailing, wholesaling,
manufactui ing, storing, trai sporta-
tion. financing, and risk gearing.
Harry Sterling New Cantor
Harry Sterling of Salt Lake City.
I'tah. has assumed the position of
Cantor at Temple Adath Yeshurun,
North Miami Beach For the pasl
16 years Cantor Sterling officiated
at Congregation Montefiore in Sail
Lake City He was trained in New
York City and received further
education at the University of
Utah.
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Ready Merger Plans
Continued Frem Pag* 1-A
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Defenaa Ministei Mi she Da; n anal
Labor Minister Yigal Allonwho
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..:.ri "Conversational Hebrew
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26 AB 2
Volume 40 Nui
The End of A Career
Rooted In Violence
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locti

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:-dly
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by violent o
Hitler, was

. seated the i |
and the de-
s to Africa. He
s World Union of Free
L Socialists into
m outright N | nty I
lished branchej i several Ame-
i He even sought to int<
t ilize h:s movement and tried to
Nazis in
cthei
jood so/.'.
i. It is unlortui
an ass -
to put an, end to R:. I ac-
1 :
arances in cities
d luthorities v
rei required to cope with the u
i

1 ........
1
pted a I
I i law and ore
does five one the right \6
t .
lave i :

1 iblicity surrc
b
...
1 to protect
the aims oi destru
t-.
New Bond Issue For Israel
iders fi
1 :.. tl .
ferei for
Economic I
:
i
re in M
)s
v,
for the immediate tul
c }ue lev
xperience has showi .? invest-
i I through the sale of Israel
Bo; means of helping
country to achieve an economic footing that
would ensure the full potential of immigrant
absorption and Industrial progr"
Most of us ar well aware of th
financial cost of the- recent war, wl
ft ended in victory for Israel resulted in a
dislocal d economy.
The projected loan and the forthcoming
v. play a d
the economic future of Israel at a vital
i in mg point in its historv.
Once again Israel must look to American
I I in a 'ime of crisis. .-'
( e again th .vish community
v. me thra.
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Volunteer For United Fund
Miami Jewish
I of the vital
: United Fund of
y in oui to bring hig
..il being to the less
long us.
r of this
is of t iain depend
to a great degree on the UF's vc
now und>~:
In the fina
to the r.
I will 1
.......ad.
Re; to contribute
he UF drive all of us
e to devote to the u- i >ds of ensui
gn.
We urge everyone to enroll with the U
: to assume a prop I
font ndeavor.
Matter of t-avi
ALS0P
The Responsibility Continues
........
isl lovemment to extend tl
of limitations for 'he pros :
Nor.
of De- 31. 1969.
firsl such si
...

gov the wisdom ol ig that
.-inch would hav- > thous^:
of Na were responsible for some of
l(i is most gruesome crimes.
action by the Bonn Justice '
le, well in ad 169 d
a nio-.' >,. if successful, would
pal 3ei lany another round of protests and
rges thai once again raise doubts as
that country's sincerity in purging tl.
ni rials on the lo-
The acton reflects West Germany's ron-
onsibility to remove all vestiges of
the Hitler period.
It will also s^rve ati9ther purpose. It will
demonstrate to the still prevalent groups in
West Germany tendencies toward neo-
Nazi ideologythat such ideologies as theirs
could lead to a holocaust even deadlier than
the last one.
Washington
"Don't look ni>," one is tempt-
ed tc say; for this is a very
chance) business But the chance
i rm ing greater ei ery day 1
the outcome in the Vietnan i
will be determined
in : ommunist China's
final descenl into chaos
| he effect on Sort
total chaos in th< ;n al i
rear hardlj m ol. elabi
lion What is speculative is the
future course 11 < ents In ('hii a
itself It is anyoi
rr emblance ol >- em-
mental authority will or will nol
be maintained indefinitely B -
more and more informed ai a
l are beginning to guess that
the collapse ol authority will be
near-complete before the end ol
thi.s year Here are some'facts
th;it point the waj
Item: In the last weeks, b
downs ol rail transport have
I'omc endemic Strike and civil
conflict seem to be the mam
causes, No single stoppage has
lasted much more than a couple
of days: but at an) given time
in the la-t three eeks, there
have been at leas) two complete
stoppages on major rail lines
This is a process obviousl) thai
threatens to feed on itaell
Civil Disorders
lt*m: In 'he las) lhr< e
open civil conflict has broken
out in .i leasl hall 'h pro\ inces
of China, flaring up into blond)
\ iolence and tl in sub
Bi ol itionary rein Is"
ha\ e foi ow rebels; r. b
have fought anti Maoists and the
81 m\ has taken on D p or
another, depending on the prov-
ince Conflict, too, seems to be
becoming endemic, in fact; and
this again i- i process thai could
feed upon itself.
item: in no less than 12 pim
inces, all semblance ol ci> d admin-
istration has now disappeared;
and the People's Liberation \nny
i.< performing the normal admin-
istrative ta^k- ol the civilian side
of tl nmenl Hen- then
a puzzle, for in obscure w a) the
army appears to retain a unified
inner structure; yel in one pro\
e the militarj an Ma list, in
another anti-Maoist and in still
another neutral in the tense of
insisting only on some degree of
ler
Trouble In Cities
faVeti Iwin

Less ai : is ki im ea< h
i. ( is reall) hap
if the
ps tl .
Pckii he i
lomats and Jap ese i
w ho usi
I ii i R
u
i m, for thi
rail posti
coming to pel 11
mission abroa
This is thl
i must ail the
reports ol another attempt by
Mao Tse-tung an i his little cl
i tamp things down, I tall the
n ml low anl chaos I I to re-
ston order and authority Such
mpts have 11
Hams(run|
I a-t inter, i"r instance, Chou
Rn-lai w as ent i o lr) '>>
ill iy ho' s,-.
in which the cultural revolution-
aries could i'a;.si .mil tort things
out. But only lew weeks passed
before the leadei i of I i'i
tional admin
all
his print
reported!) hamstrung ij Ri l
' luard and othei
harassment
\ in the People s ,
v ii> was ordi red into thi I
i sort oi las! resort Bui b)
. the am
al leas! four peremptory din
lives reading n effe< I n si
plus in i
rr number ol squall) pert mp-
lory directives n ading, in efft
on no account hall th.
Lntii n aphick is | prime
dcr.
Near Chaos
For nearly t .. &,, i.
ina has had the notion "i an
i ordion spreadii g outward to*
ward chi
ard oider But each exten >
to I tl haos,
ach pull back lowai I I as
been non lifl

item: There are also grave
conflicts and disorders in a good
many of the major cities, eon
spicuously Including Shanghai,
which was supposed to have been
purified by a Maoist takeover In
the greet Wuhan industrial com
pli \ trouble not long ayo reach
td the point of the famous bridge
the Yangtsethe only one
in the lower course of the Riant
riverbeing closed for a while,
apparently in order to separate
nwhile 'i Peking, ont
tin impression thai Mi
around him are frenziedly issuing
imandi to ,,n unlistening na-
tion; and that Mao's clique I
the otln r remnai la of I s Ipadi i
ip are furiously intriguini and
struggling for power II lily
growing leas worth having Hie
sort of unreal drama
in progress, In short, that took
place.at the Mm court with the
Manchus at the gate, or al the
Sung court with the Mongols i'.<-t
the Great Wall
Foreign invaders arc sot
enemies this time however I
enemies are the Chinese pci '
and those elements in the part>
government and army that favoi
lenity, practicality and mate
progress
!
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Jeni*f IfhirHinr
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Rabbi in Saigon
To View Elections
v ,\ YORK R ibbi Jacob Philip
i (real Ne< k, N Y pros
the\S\na le C mncil <>f
eft this eek fo
con n "f le
app noted t>> P
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>ns S i" la) in South
i uncil nf Ami r
central
r thi liona
M al oi izali'>n~ nf the
Orthodox ai I
the United Stat
i: idin ohsened tint the
pnt i men to the
It the question of the
i. .
profound
\n\ olved i th< entii \ et
es< situation he asserted
The in oup. hit li includes
rnoi r. businessmen and
Ci\ il and lat- ill lea\ t
Monday, returning Sept. *>. three
days after the South Vietnamese
and ;i Vice Pres
I'pon his rel i Soul
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NEW YnKK-(.ITA>A secntrl
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me< k on }' remains of Charles n
lord n the late executive vice
chairman of the Joint Distribution
Committee, whose body wai flown
to Ni-u York after in- mysterious
leath in Pi
Announcing the new auti psy, th'
JDC state I thai lab it >rj tests
will be madi some of them taking
peril ipa tv a week bi fore results
ire announced The autopsy was
i rormed by two American path
one fn m Nev York and
iei from Mar) land Czech
!-t- In Prague after ;i
itops) then annoi
.- nf death w
it I .. bore no evi
ol \ lolem e prior to leath
: the work of the two
was Dr Alexan
.nnik head <>f the JDC's n
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m t'li- n\er thi n
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imi is sues taken
ition
C'ech authorities, meanwhile,
ct-ni'd a report published in a
London newspiper that seven
persons had been arrested in
Prague in connection with the
mysterious Jordan death. The re-
port appeared in London's Sun-
day Observer and was written
by Fdward Crankshaw, political
correspondent of that newspaper
ifficials in
ue h ii n< i I"" n inIni-null of
arrests n rji tent ion I j the
h authoril ies It is un lerstood
thai the i S Fmbassj in Prague
has ruled out the possibility that
Mr Jordan had taken his own life
It was rioted that Czech news
oapers which earlier had claimed
that the death of Mr Jordan waa
a suicide, have now seemingl)
backed away from that conclusion
Mr .Ionian- body .is flown to
New York aboard a commercial
irliner when tin- Czechs released
1 But, t" Crankshau,
he releaf e ea nc onl) after t
re He id the i s
Sti Dep irtment ha I threatei
o suspend the a I lit) of all Vmer
ssporta Czei loslovakia
nli'-s it was released immediately
Accordin to i
lordi r has intensified I
- I -,i n-" v ilhiii
the i le n!' -li1" He
-:im! Czech intelligentsia, including
members of th< Writ si i i
alrea ly shown dissal I iction
Itnst 1 I taken
\ ih.....rnmenl a a result of
he ir i"......" 'Hi \: ib -'al -
ind Israel "Nov Crankshaw de
dared, "there is even mo feeling
' :it. and those
Irs are higher than in some
tlicr East European coui trii '
\( : ling to nt'u ials of I
IDC thi Czech [overnmenl hesi
.1 about ii leasing the body
I thai his bod*, be
led !li> widow. Mrs El
b< th v ho w is with him in
ii al the time of the tragedj.
ri'fi -i to permit th -
ference of Presidents of
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parties si onsible i ir his death
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It api ears I i be more tl i
oincidence ih.it Mr Jordan shi
have met hi.- death al a tim<
li-S mitii prop i tar i.i
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the Arab Israel conflict .ind includ-
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and world figure in the field of
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happy man. He had no reason to
take his own life There is no
evidence that he did."
The statement also criticized as
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iction of Ciech officials In i
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n before representatives of Mr.
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A combination memorial I
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Theodores Bikol Says Farewell To SNCC
Enmm's Note: Actor-foll{tinger
Thefdort Bii;rl. Kmij active m the
Citll ny/ii\ mm fmruf .m.J ..
rrj.i tUppOTUt id S\(X." the Stu-
dent Afcn-rmlt'tif Cooranuitrnfl,
title* > d iiulu.ii.il luf prr\-
idm: pj i/jf Amrruun jru'bfi
frexj Me ha* urriCten a>t upm
irttrr to t/if ifujfvinr / syce
fXfluiii'iK u'Jiy hr CJn NO linger
be part of (hat ornanizatum AI-
I^Ii'Uk/i rii.s letter i\ a peff01l4J
and duet not tpeak for t/ir Con-
'<- MX /cfl K to bf an eloquent
ttatentent b\ an AmfiiJn anj a
jeu deepl\ lOmmittr.i to the unitv
o/ r/ir jcwith people ami ilir
ci'i.io,! (if all mm.
By THEODORE BIKEL
You know me wellor ought to.
( I am the fellow who, long before
it was fashionable or safe, followed
SNCC's call for help and advice.
I am the man who helped organize
money and "bodies" at the bidding
of Jim Forman. Robert Moses.
Chuck McDew and John Lewis:
who went to Alabama and Missis
sippi because SN'CC needed his
presence; who slept in a different
loft each night because he would
not sleep or eat where his Negro
brother could not and because the
sheriff rcs'-ntcd his presence.
I am the man who was called
"kike niqqer lovr both to his
faco and in print.
You owe me nothing
I did v. hat I did as a commit
ment of conscience, a commitment
that is o< real to me now as it was
then and on-' which will continue
as long as I breathe.
But you do owe yourselves a re
appraisal of recent actions and re
cent pronouncements. You who
spoke of a "philosophical concept"
behind your position on "Jewish
Oppressors" owe both friend and
foe a clearer definition of such
"philosophy It appears from your
statement that you have arrived at
your position after exhaustive re
search which took you as far afield
as the Arab embassies and the
Atlantic Public Library; the latter
presumably because no Jewish. Is
raeli or Zionist position wag avail
able to be explored. Since you speak
of the establishm -nt of the "ille-
gal" State of Israel in 1948. of;
population figures and movements
of conquest .ind Oppression, one]
must presume you are guided by I
historical, political, soeio economic i
and demographic considerations
One must also hope that as a
matter of principle you are en
. .:. ...i arnest search for
iruUi and fcu i \- .
Unfortunately. Wet* nupv luiua t
to grief when confronted with
vour stated petition.
'rom the Arabs Lands were pur-
often at excessive prices-
from their hol-l.is Never in all
listory had Palestine been an
*rab state. Turkish, yes, British.
e and certainly from lime Lm
nemonal Jewish When in 1948
he IN voted to accept Israel as
sovereign state, was that an
illegal" act'.' Surely the Roths
hild who seems to be the villain
>f your memornndu-i did not buy
>oth the IS. and the Soviet vote
>n that occasion. And is the man
le of IN recognition any less,
'egal when applied to a white state1
han it is for Mali. Chad. Ghana
>r Zambia?
Mow do vou think a cry of ceeded. you might have joined the
black power" would be me! in lid <>f those offering condolences
Riyadh or Mecca? How would for yet another ease of genocide;
pom power" sound in Baghdad? ,,. ,i,. annhilation would have
been total, make no mistake.
my commitments. The violation
of one alone would have been
enough.
That you have tor some time
past made i mockery of the word
"nonviolent" in your name, both
in word and in deed, was inade-
quately defended by the facile ex-
planation of violence begetting vi-
And. speaking of the emerging
Mack African nations. I wonder if
vour researchers ever bothered to
nquire from whence came the help
ind support for these countries in
he days of their struggle? Was it
\rabs or Israelis who trained their
engineers, craftsmen, builders, sea-
nen and teachers'' Ask who almost
ingle-handedly built Ghana's mer-
hant marine; ask whether emerg-
ng black Africa looked to Cairo
r Jerusalem for their "bond of
riendship and brotherhood"
You seriously assert that the
lestinies of Arabs and Negroes are
ntertwined; vou are, of course
erfectly correct in that assertion
Ustory itsell will bear out the
onstant relationship of Arab and
s'egro. Your own ancestors would
lardly have arrived on these shores
:ad it not been for the ben"ficence
.nd diligence of Arab slave traders.
\nd speaking of slavery, did it a*
ape youor was it conveniently
llossed overthat at least one of
he countries whose cause you have
iust espoused. Saudi Arabia, prac
ices slavery today, in l!r670 And
hat many of its slaves are Africans
wrought to Arabia and sold there
>> Moslems engaged in the Hoi)
'ilgrimage t" Me.
To top il all. you found youl
selves actually capable ol repeal
;ng the obscene comparison be-
tween Israelis and German Nazis
advanced at the U N bj the Soviet
delegate, replete with hid uis cari
catures worthy of the finest anti-
Semitic pamphlet I feel nothing
'nit the deepest contempt for such
B | irresponsible behavior. It insults
memory of the martyrs who
oerished in the mass slaughter, it
insults the dreams and hopes of
their sons and heirs who built a
home and a refuge in Israel, and
who resisted being "pushed into
the sea." Their crime seems to
have been that they were resisting
their own annihilation successful
Iv. Had the "Holy War" called for
Inc'eed. what manner of gov-
ernments are these, your new
proteges? What political struc-
tures do they represent? King-
r/oms and sheikdoms, on the one
band; dictatorships and military
juntas on the other, whose mass-
es live in poverty, squalor, serf-
dom or slavery, with a total
absence of even the pretense of
democracy
by Nasser and accomplices sue
War is cruel and inhuman, as is
all violence Only the open blade
I a murderer can ever justifiably
be m< t by force Such was the
in the Middle Last last June.
I am an American. I am a
Jew. Thus I have a commitment,
doubly reinforced by historical
and moral commandment. I am
determined to make equality and
freedom a reality in this coun-
try, no matter what the set-
backs. I am equally determined
to honor the bonds to my ethnic
and religious background. "For
out of Zion shall go forth the
law and the word of the Lord
frcm Jerusalem." You have this
day attempted to violate both
olence, chaos begetting chao
the innocent should have ill red
Negroes more often than
that in the wake of "Burn Baby
Mum" real babies got burned and
most ol them Negro, is a responsi
bility which partly lies on \oin
-houlders I nope it lies !:
Yet while I more and more dis
approved of \ >ur methods, I still
believed that your ultimate aims
deserved support I am no longer
certain of that eithei I supported
Black Power as a political (one. pt;
as a tool of anarchy I find it rep
rchcnsiMc Not that the concept ol
ievolution is in itself frightening;
our modern world and America i'
self have been built on Ihe founda
tions forged by one revolution or of those who, like I>i" Martin Lu-
< iii ,i j mi m ,|] quite i ightlj
, n "i mj affair What is
. r however, is whether or
lot I w ish to i oc in-, iii
my name, my eneri or mj re
oni(i ivith ai tii /lion with
Fundamental dii
ents I hUS It has I. c line
ii '., i; that, I r the
/arious reasons outlined in this
i such loos tic as I maj still
I to he
. orth .tii l cannot in con
i rt ol ij or
tion which condones injustice, let
ill continue
to be part ol the civil ri hi move
live in it. But I
shall choi se to fi d on the side
JMODOPE BIKtl
another What is frightening is a
revolution without a blueprint. If
it's a case of "get Whitey" fit -
and worry about planning later,
then the tactic seems both stupid
and dangerous. The assumption
that, by definition, all whites arc
enemies and all 1,lacks are friends
is as simplistic as it is untrue
It is not my intention lo pre
scribe what direction SN<"<' should
take, either in theory or in prac
ing, k \. nh the voice of
- me and di 'i! erath e dt termina-
tion; this i- a
men as t. oth
ers, not dh ide them by the litmus
co r ^ ,, ek not to estab
il one kind of supremacj doc
n p| ,. u ither bul
entrate ii id on the fighl
poverty
I hatred of fellow-
man
> you have wrought in this
latest of a long line of missteps
w.n In with us for a long time to
come It will not deter those among
us who are secure in the knowl-
that the Movement is bigger
than your pronouncements and
il speaks responsibly and
with reason. But many thousands
not so secure will in bewilderment
"haw support from all civil
rights causes because of your in-
con'inence and folly. Thus once
Bj ain you will have harmed no
one bul the Negro himself.
Not being able to turn my mind
from your monstrous comparison
if my brothers with the arch foe
iy peoplenay of all people
I h ill leave you with this thought:
vou may want to spit in my face
for being Whitey and a Fat Cat.
do not look to me for silence
while you insult the memory of
ny people so recently martyred;
.-on have no right to tamper with
h '.r '.naves. And think of Mickey
chwerrter and Andy Goodman.
You have no right to spit on their
'omb; they died for a concept of
brothi rhood which you now cover
ith shame.
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rJewist fkridliar
Friday. September 1. 1967
n&L
&
ions
&
ervices
J nis LAJeehend
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
*3uDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Cariyle Aye.
Orthodox. Rabbi Ever
*HaUt SHALOM CONGREGA
TtON. 985 SW 6?th Ave. Orthodox.
:ntor Morris Barr.

A'.SHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Aw.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz.

EETH OAVIO 2626 SW 3rd Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau
.intor William W. L pson
ii in liar
f Mi anil Mrs"
. .1 K

E;TH EL. 500 SW 17th Avenue
Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon S:hiff.
i -:-. : Set
Thi i 'i
:
CANDLELIGHTiNG TIME
26 AB 7:22

, s< n ii The ii'i-
u-.i l< in Pi luda i" ihi
mi nl Mankind

KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox Rai'bi David Lehrfield
Cantor Aot.iham Set*.

MINVONAIRES SYNAGOGUE 3737
Bird Rd Modern Traditional Cantor
Louis Cohen
OHEV SHALOM. 911 Normandy Or
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber-
man.
Ml
Mr* Ronald l-evj Rlevi-ii, SEPHAROIC JKW.Sm CENTER. 645
.....i .Mi-
ll 111
ll\ IIIL Kll
!lTH ISRAEL. 770 40th St..
tliodox R.ll'ln Berel Wen
M B
EITH JACOB 30' Washington Ave.
* B Orthodox Rabb S'-maryahu T
Vwirsky Cantoi Maurice M.imchca.

H KODFSH 110- SW 12th Ave
.lodern Trad tional Ral-bi Max
ipiro.
I'll -.
ltd

SIOSME CONGREGATION
IS30 W D x>e Hwy Conserv -i,ve
iiiin David Rosenteld Cantor Ben
Tion Klrtchenbaorri
- Ml.-' '
V I Mil : i!-"
i Mr*
i
H SOLOMO 0 NW 51st
'. onserative.
PI.
EETH TFILAH 935 Eu a Avr Or-
cdox Rahoi Joseph E R.t kovsky.

E ;m TORAm 't.Jth S: and NE 11th
-v- Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip
Mtl Cantor Jacob Rrnzer
: .
<
., Ill
tl \ ii of Ml
I;. ., i !'
IWlSTl
Mini lui

VNA DAUHAFL 'JO' NW l3rd St
Conservative. Ral-n Chariot M. Ru-
bel. Cantor Jack Lerner
... .-. "Whj
i

CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
OF MIAMI 1S4S Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Dow Rosencwaig.

-T. LAUDERDAI E EMANUEL. '801
S Andrews Ave Reform Rabbi
Richard M. Leviton Cant: Jerome
Kiement.

FT LAL'DERDALE TEMPLc BETH
ISRAEL. M7 E. Oakiind PJ' k Blvd.
Rahi-i Philip Chaiton Cantor Theo-
dore Mindich

HALLANOALE JEWISH CENTER.
126 t Hallandale Beach Blvd. Max
J. Weitz officiate*

HEBREW ACADEV^ :JO0 Pmetree
Dr Orthodox. Rl -1 -ander S
Gross

HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI 1201
Johnson St. Conservative Raul'
Oiv.s Shapno. CantOl Yehi.dah
He.ilirann
ISRAELITE CENTER J17S SW
-,; ( intarvativ*. Pabb. Avrom L.
Dr.wm Canto- Nathan Parn.iss

JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
sv\Ar.ocuF 1838 rVaahlnglon Ave.
Ortliadox. Rabci T.nor H. Sterr
Cantor Meyer Enoel
Collins Ave. Rev. Cantor Sadi Nab
mias

SKY LAKE SVNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave Orthodox Rabbi Jonah E
Caplan.

TEMPLE ADATM YESHURUN Con
servative. 1025 NE 1f>i'd SI Miami
Gardens R,l Rahhi Milton Schlmsky.
Cantor Harry Sterling.

TEMPLE BETH AM 5950 N. Kendall
Or. S Mann. Reform Rabbi Her.
B.aumgard. Cantor Michael Kyrr
I* i m ii
, ,,,! ,
,1 '. .. II > pi
till -
Labor Day ami the Month of Elul
By RABBI SOLOMON SCHIFF this day B Messing and a etirse. A
Congregation Bath El, Miami blessing if you listen to the laws of
-the Lord your QeaJ Ann* a cvrsa Lf
The coming week will mark two v01l j|| no) listen to the com
eventsLabor Day and the begin- rnandments of the Lord your God,
ning of the Hebrew month of Elul i,u, tn, BaJdc mil nl the way
a time oi prep ..|lu|, command you "
aration for the
High li n l y Jusl as our safety during the
I) a j Labor Day weekend i^ primarily
Their ;- ait in m oui hands, -ii too i- our spiritual
teresting paral safety in our hands
C iun< il to di <
V. th care Weir
told of the hai
ards of speed ol
driving \> h i l <
T^00LDE SlTl UtTh AT. "rfr.o'rnV .he like Til..... Warning*
R.mbi Samuel Jaf'e
ritual ,v orth.
.,,- life's mum. .- a--
ity
....... i......
Rabbi Schiff driving while |(,.. month of Elul after
intoxicated, reckless driving, and jnsmi B revennl soul-!
ire in this di
signed to shake us from our leth ine shofai ,;'-' mood
; argy and Into responsible driving ,,....,;,,.. .
The month oi Elul is similarly
com pas-


temple beth Raphael. i54s designed to 'hake us from our
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabb
[>Us ll\ ill-
David Raab canto. Saul h Breah. spiritual letl irg) .m.l into respon
s mnini '" I." n m sibli living It is a time to ica ^_ Hi. .,,.
1,1 ine our living habits Are we dri> ,, ;i N, .,. ., to
TEMPLE BET
wood 172*. Mo
Rahh. Mortort
Ph-I.p Lutman.
a ing through the highv ay of life r( efforts I ird re
,Hn4.H8.L M .11 .i v s k v
rCatLinical ^c/cv/-/oft f^rogfram*
TEMLE BETH SHOLOV. 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal Kabbi Leon Kronisn
Cantor David Conviser
-. mi,.i i ;,,,|
i h one1 Saturilfi y
i ,. Bin Mlta\ .ii Alan > .
In Si mi., I I)n

Cantor ;!ial lfieal uifl AlT We IntOXil '
with the .1 r i v e foi
power nd pleasures
The Torah portion of thi<
offers ,i clear cl oice in this n
' "Behold, sel befo you
; th, Ii. ing
in the
if Judaism
'I i, .. u ii! we tra< i< ly
ihe I iys <
Sept.
Sept 3I'll 7. 10:00 a m. The Still Small Voice
Host Dr Joseph R Narot, RabM, Temple Israel
Topie: Disc ission of his book"Why l Am A Jew
5Ch 2 '> in i'1 'I" p.m. .Man to Man.
Topie: The Theology of Work.
Moderator Re, Lather C Pierce
Participants: Dr Joseph it Narot, Rabbi. Temple
Israel. Miami; Fr David Russell. Dioeese of
Miami Ri \ Ubert H Schmidt. Grace Lutheran
Church ol Miami Springs.

LIVING HEBREW
rliinfll' bv THI TAR8UTH FOUNDATION FOR THE ADVANCFMFNT OF
HEBREW CULTURE and the AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION
Editor: Dr. Shlomo Kadesh
Basj conversations taken from everydaj life in Israel with typical
r iquial ms and provei bs!

miArs GOING on? a H a r* f* L C 'Z .,. SjlM ... y ."'V T.t.m -r *... r
r-l Wiiiiijii: \\: on
1 '<>.
rrond MotBaai ajsB tasstasiw ,.W# BdT.B ,-
accident.
'lap. N,. | lliout nn-hap! -^ >VV*'B %** % v # !>>, mm t mmm mmm ..ft
: Ii nit to i'.i out in
the .I" ?
. I one iliinkj mm C\ m S+ m r m --
the road Mt **
"! Di T1S .5*"*** Si*W aa.*^~~ ,.i
mostly i oi I t *.* m aaavtwO k* 0mt
pcdcsii iai
' Hie ; H coine?
'' Because the afreet in m i H a -- ..<
the ii-.-t of traffic. R^in -;^mHz
: What dbfluM they do? 1 -. me- ^
"l N^: exact!) fly. L^.: ihcm wait! S*T^ ."-" H**" "1ST ;.i
It's true, thcie it .i co ei fcr *> -.-.- .... )> SB* ., i aft) i mm m m mm ..ft
>.IU>-,Mi. Tr -.-
Well ioqidakwi a n-,jn is in a -- ^K ,m0Z. ...
hurry. T
1 I ii'i liciier 10 i'e late il x-2- --K- sta ,r-z: :,;
world, lliuii lu be ca:!y in lilt -_. J* 11 |J -;.,
next one. K,_ -.. K ..
New Words 3g l
attic r;:.~ rod j-i: acviJent r.ynr
WBJ ; pcdoirians ?rgyia ( coiii5ioa n-^?:n.-.
corner- ""1??9 to cross n;in? car .-:::
crossing flVJrj i, (3"ni, d: , taiomatic expressions B 5 ;
What's going on? (What's the r.i)i-,e) ;.;-- nc
.pparenilv .d.-ct \<3
. > a real danger (for one's Ine) Iriffi ru>o
oi axactly wpi wj
TEMPLt UtTH TOV 6418 SW 8tn
St. Conaervative. R.ibcii Simon Acni
a
TEMPLE B'f.AI SMOLOM 16800 N VI
22nd Ava, Consri vative. Cantor
Abraham Reismi^n.
a
TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Wuhinq
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving
Lebrman. Cantor Zvi Adler
a
TEMPLE ISRAbL OF GHEATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabbi
Joseph R. Narot.
i iiay i. |i in rtamnla > B .. ... s.
'I'll. I In. .i N.>. 1
I--.. ,i I mi Id mm .,1 \ii ... 'i
SI., i.l. v .i l., \ in.
a
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIRAMAR
3500 SW 69th W.iy. Conservative.
Rabbi Irwin Cutler

TEMPLE JUDEA. 5500 Granad.i Blvd
Reform Rabbi Morris Kipper.
I''l i,l.,\ h (i 111 Suii'llifl S,n
a
TEMPLE MENOHAH. 620 75th St
Conservative. R.-.pdi Vayer Amaru
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman.

TEMPLE NER TAM.D 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
8755 8W 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi
R.Vph Glixman. Cantor Ben Ar
ii m s .i
Hal
I Mi I..,in Bill i

TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
Temporary offi'e, 18801 NE 22nd
Ave. Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kingsley
i'i idaj s r. i> in Ri .ni,,ii 'I'll, Pan
and lailxii [*} Batunln} 11
., in Pertnon Toi .,li Port Ion I lh*
\\ i, All tm kleen h.-l.l ;il \\:.-li-
lnu>ii K. .i. ral, .: N i: l7ih Bi
TEMPLE TIFEHfcTH JACOB. 51 E
4th Awa.. Hialeah. Conservative
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
I'n.l.iv h:\Ti p in Si rmnn: "Hi turn
S.i i hi .I... :, ii, I: \lllaval l ri
>..u .,f Mi mi.I M i Mai ii i u i
llch

TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ava
Conservative Rabbi Manwell Sr.
ger. Cantor Seymour Hinkes.
-
TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd Con
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman
----- -
TIFERETH ISRAFL. ".00 N. Miam-
Ave Conservative Ribbi Ralph
Carnu. Cantor Albert Giant*
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTIONREEH
Six tribes each :iti>i> mount Rbal and mount Gerizim.
the Ark in the valley between.
"Thou shall sl the bl -ssing upon mount Gerizim. and the
curse the blessing if ye shall hearken unto the command
REEH "Behold, I set before yon tin- day blessing and a
curse the blessing it ye shall hearken unto the command-
ments of the Lord your God. which l command you tins day
and the cvse, if ye shall not hearken' iDeuteronomy 11.26
When the Israelites enter Canaan, -i\ tribes are to stand
Mounl Gerizim and bless all those who will keep God'i
rnandments, and six tribes are to stand on Mount I I
curse all those who will disobey God commandment*.
Sat rifices are to be ottered only in the place that God shall
Choose He who wishes to offer .1 meat sacrlfiea which he may-
eat, and lives too far from the proper place oi offering, may
si lugbter the offering in his own home, but It will not in- con
.I ,i sacrifice He must be careful not to consume ai
the blood
Those who incite others to idolatrous acts are to be ea
terminated The portion goes on to state the rule- di
purity and impurity in regard to animals, fish and fowlthe
basic ritual dietary laws The portion also contains the rules
titlus. money moratoria. a prohibition on interest
am! regulations regarding the Hebrew slave the Brat-born of
animals, and tin three pilgrim festivals
This raeountlng of tha Weekly Portion of ttw Law It at-
tracted and based upon "The Graphic Hiatory of tha Jawith
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, SIS Publisher Is
Shengold, and the volume is available at 27 William St.. Now
York S, N.Y. President of the society distributing the velum*
is Joseph Schlang.
Jewish Quiz Box
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATFR Ml.
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodo*
Rabbi Naftah Porush
------- a
YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
11)42-44 Washington Ave.
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is it thai we rarely see a
Jewish wedding performed on
a Friday?
The Talmud asks thai Jewish
Skop. Cantor Leon weddings not he held on Friday
TEMPLE SHOLOM. 13.' SW 11th Ave .
Ponipano Beach. Conservative. Rb-
R Mo Eleazar Rokeach of Worms.
Sefer Rokeach haGadol, 353) even
claims that having a wedding on
a Friday is a good omen baca um
nl astrological reasons
Sephardi Jews also accepted the
practice of having weddings on
iBavli, Ketuvol 5a; Yerushalmi Ke- Frlda, ,,.,,. Kh.,M. Uvn ,)CH,| Ha
bi Morns A.
Segal.
i'i-niiii ft:l5 i, in s. rmnn "XI
Uibor Baiar. tuvot 1 1, 24di. One reason given ,rU. medieval authority explains
la that It might lead to a violation Inat in manv cas(.s Kridav Wed
u! the Sabbath. Another reason (|m,,s u,.,.,. ,,u, ,.stom because of
given is that it mi^ht detract from ,, ..
financial necessity For one thing.
i the necessary honor .lews are re ,
, since the people could not aftord
quired to pav to the Sahhath CYeru- i..,,u __. ...
la\ish tood at any time except the
-iialm. Loc tit.). Sabbath, performing the wedding
Thi. pi%e i'i prepared fa co-
OpamlfOtl U'ltn tlit GrfMtT Mi-
ami Rdhbiuirjl A-M.rufiiin.
Coor.h.uror of futuru ap-
pearing here is
DR. MAX UPSCHITZ
Sptri'ttial leader of Rrth Torah
Cengrefsuion ..f ){onh Miami
I Brach.
In later years, it seems that the (in Friday would provide a dual
uai Ine of weddinga on Fridays uae of the lavish fowl prepared for
became somewhat popular We the Sabbath (l.e, both for tin- Sab
, find it practiced aa such among bath, as well as for the wedding
Vshkenazi Jey as early as the feast) Some |>oint to the fact that
twelfth century One of the meat \dam and Eva were really married
thorities of the Ashkenazi .lews on Friday


Friday. September 1 1967
+Jmt$ti fffrifdffnr
Paoe 9 A
Synagogues Set For School FasceH Hlts Eg*pt's Use 0f Poison Gas
/ CJ CD *>** *^s v^ m m. ^w v^ *v Miami Congressman Dante B. necessary to hrins about i;.n con-
Synagogue! and temple* through-
out the Miami area were making
final preparations this week for
he opening >f the 1967-68 year
in the various afternoon and Sun-
religioua schools Classes are
scheduled to begin m manj of the
school-- next weekend
Mbert E Ossip, president of the
.me.m ol Jewish Education, an-
lounced that registration is now
taking place in all schools regis
i with the Bureau in Dade and
Broward Counties
Mr i i--i|i also announced that the
. continuing its accredits
;. gi am lor qualifj ing schools
.hi reditcd Hebrew de-
include the schools ol
id Congregation 11
Sholom of Miami Bi
i n inu BI and Temple
\ccredited oi
foi" departments include
Temple Beth Am. Temple Beth ELI
Hollywood), Temple Israel, and
Temple Sinai ol North Miami
Beach. Applications of other
schools are now being processed
Registration is continuing this
week at Kneseth Israel Congrega-
Miami Beach, where staff
members sign in pupils from 10
a in to l p m on Sundays and
from i p m to n p m weekdays
l mole \i r Tami.l. M i a in i
Beach, has announced that its
policy of free religious school tui
foi the ihiiiir n of members
will be continued during the com
n. m hool year Registration is !>,
inu carried out from a in to 1
p.m Sundays and from !> a m to
S p in weekdaj -
I triple Sinai ol North Dade in
North Miami Beach will open its
school classes on
Sepi in Classes are im 9
Flagler Kennel Club Opens Labor Day
v I .Thor Da) crov il ol Ioihmi
00 is expected to be on hand
lit, when Isadore Hecht
I abul hi- Flagler" Ken
i for its l!M>7 68 greyhound
I isllll
II m ill mark the In -l I ime since
thai Flagler has operated dur
Ihe lush tall dates and both
tendance and mutuel handle
ords are i icpected to tumble
Ka> Randies Copier, who won
110.000 Flagler Derbj and the
i ick championship last spring is
i ted to in- a hot favorite in the
iKth annual Inaugural after a re-
umph in the Mile lli-:h
Derbj in Denver, Colo
Vnothci returning star, Handle's
Discr i : won the sho.irw Inter
lational Classic la -1 season and
* I be ;i contender in the eighth
f thai ch '" nt this time
I Mith his litterm li
pr
Flaglei S120 000 -takes pro-
i am will -i" under u a) Saturdaj
9 m ith q lalifj ing competi
in -in S5 mm Marathon Cham-
pionship event Last year's winner.
Pitchy, v>di be back to defend his
title in this one M>o in the field
will be the Hollywood Derby win-
ner, Busb)
"With most oi the other tracks
around the country closed during
the fall months, we have the
strongest field ot greyhounds we've
ever had at Flagler," Hecht said
"And with a minimum of pan-
mutuel competition during our sea
son which runs until Jan. 2. \\e:
should have no difficult) setting a
new mutuel handle record "
a.m to 1 pill on Sundays at the
John F. Kennedy Jr. High School
Registration is also now open at
Temple Zion Religious School, with
classes scheduled for preschool.
Sunda) School, Hebrew School and
Bar ami Bas Mitzvah
Beth K idesh Congregation, Mi-
ami, announced that Hebrew and
Si ii ia\ School registration will
place on Sept 5 and 6 from
l to 3 p m.
Temple Beth Tov, Miami, an-
nc -d thai ii [istration for He
ore and Sunda) School i- in
Sund i) mornings between
1 noon Rabbi Samuel
\pi spiritual lead i
personally instructs the cla ses
N i" aniol '!licl n chairman of
Menorah Religious School
B innounced that Ihe regis
n; le Menoi ah, iInch
started la I Sunday morning and
1 ough 'In' week, reach-
ed a ne peak ot student em oil
men)
Ever) an mel persona
with the new principal, Mr. Ronald
Heller, to determine not only the
class placement of the child, but
also the u I'olvement of the home
in the child's icligious education.
Parents of Menorah, who facili-
l registration during the week,
acted as registrars In interviewing
the parents and in distributing the
special book and bus certificates
I ve new faculty members will
the statt of the Beth Torah-
Harold Wolk Religious School,
North Miami Beach, for the com
ing year with the opening ol school
being set for Sept 5 for the Nursery
Department. Sept 6 for the He-
brew Department and Sept. HI for
the Sunda) School Department,
Sal Schreiber, School Board chair
man. announced
loining the veteran members ol
the facuty are Mr- Benjamin Alt
-h.ul.t. Lewis Goodman and Max
\'.-;:.' Miss Binette Summer and
\;,- Sidnej Walker
Miami Congressman Dante B
FasceH has called for United Na
turn- condemnation of Egypt bo
ihat country's use oi poison gas
againsl both civilians and military
personnel in its war in Yemen.
In >' letter to Arthur .1 Gold-
berg, is chief delegate to the
1 nited Nations, Congressman Fas-
cell noted thai there was widespread
evidence ol Egypt's use of pi.ison
gas in Yemen and declared thai
"this barbaric act mu-t be con
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He urged the US '.legation
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Friday, September 1, 1967
Todays Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
tU. S. Race Riots
Spell Anarchy, Fear
Why the riots thai have been
: scarring several

i) our
n looking
tilt:-
The riots rchy. Thy
make us all v-'no
knows whose h ne will next be struck, who*
Iren will nexl be shot, whose establishments
will nexl be plund< red?
rhej are the results of di of bigotry, the
kind of vent mous p ejudice which animate Southern'
Senal humiliate Thurgood Marshall because
ho is a Negro.
. the results of a promise-much, do-
little policj of our government. True, President
earnestly sought measures to reduce
mum iy of the non-whites
But these measures have not availed because the
conservatives in Congress begrudge every penny
sp< nt on humanitarian ends.
And even if the palpable prejudice of Concress-
nu.,. t aliei ite the Negro masses, the Admin-
istration measures themselves are too piddling to
remove the nd other conditions which breed
the riots.
The so-called war against poverty has been term-
ed again and auain a popgun affair. Th? Negro
masses can readily see that our nation willingly
.limns to kill Vietnamese, but only reluc-
tantlv spends millions on social legislation.
When you cause the hopes of submerged millions
to rise and don't deliver you cause them to rise too.
This halfway atmosphere makes the Negroes
amenable to the fulminations of the "Blackies.
who call for Black Power. They are really Black
Bigots, as vile as their white counterparts.
It is sad that anti-Christian and anti-Semitic
overtones are mixed in with the Black Power
propaganda But it is incumbent on those who b"-
lieve in Americanism, in Judaism and in social
progress to feel the anguish of the oppressed in
their hearts and to do something constructive and
meaningful to make equality a reality.
i
Panorama:
Why They Ran
AN
ISRAELI paper tells of an JF
hack in his kibbutz took off his :
nd with gun in hand, ran \\
the dining hall. "Why
are yi u running like that'''* he
I am an Egyptian
he replied.
Martha Gellhorn, one-time wife
of the novelist. Hemingway, has written several
articles about the Arab rei r the Mancht U
Guardian and she tries to explain the runn '
the Arab refugees. She quoted an Arab woman re-
n the kindi the Israeli >l icers
it wasn't Jew tment that
heels: 1
is | in:
"Radio i airo ha
K ': in h (
fire is l 'Kill I
Kill the n with your hi nds V .
Now the J< v on, i
:.ill their.
The) had concluded tha ws would d i to
th< they bad planned to do to the Jev -
. running is just n quaint old Arab
low m his poem, The Psalm of Life,
ret I 'Shall fold their I m- like the A:
An.! silen*ly steal av aj.'
Meanwhile, Nasser refuses to recognise th< ex
r-ee of Israel. Egypt can't operate the Suei C
but maybe It's haunted n can't be Israel that's
ipping her. Because "don'tcherknow"'' Israel
doesn't exist.
And some spooks are draining away the Sin?i
oil too from Egypt It can't be Israel. Sin
. xist
Eter Wcizmann is given much of the credit for
the training of the Israeli Air Force. A Jewish re-
ligious teacher, reports the Jerusalem Post, said to
him: "You have told us how to train a pilot. Can
you tell us how to train a Jewish pilot?" Weizmann,
says 'ho paper, in his own special manner replied
semi-facetiou.sly: "When we train a pilot, we take
him up at night, around 9 or 10 p.m.. bidding him
not to look down as he flies. When he reaches an
altitude of 40,00 to him, 'Now
down." And what does he see? He es the
rly glace humming with life and an
it the Arab states in darkness with only I
there the barest glimmer of life. When he sees that,
he becomes a Jewish pilot."
CopJtol Spottighf: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Communist Views On Israel's Victory
t^OSCOW'S FEAR that Com-
*' munial China is gaining ii
i nee among the Arabs motivated
current soviet bloc- anti-Is
and anti-Jewish drive, according
m evaluation by the United
Sii tea Information Agency.
Abraham Brumberg, editor of
the USIA Journal, "Problems of Communism, has
published an analysis of Communist behavior fol-
low itg the defeat of the Kremlin's Vrab
rn USIA editor reported that "the A abs wet !
bitter and restive after their humilial on, and the
prospect ot China stepping into the breach sud
loomed as a reality. Something had to be done
quickly and forcefully. So the decision was made in
Moscow to throw the full weight of Soviet diplomacy
and propaganda behind the Arab cause, to mobilize
I mmunist as well as world public opinion in a
ssive campaign to rout and punish the Israeli
essors "
rhe campaign was typically Soviet.'' said the
USIA study. Bizarre tales were published in Soviel
newspapers to support charges by Fedorenko and
Kosygin of "Nazi-like" atrocities. There were alle
gations that Egyptian prisoners were massacred
Between You and Me:
in er.'.d blood," MM Syrians were*HeA8d into a
Bnd burned alive, and thai Israi Ii torces were
.,-. ,1 net to take any prisoners
Hundreds of "spontano rallies took place in
Rusjia. There were antil ons bj "pub-
The USIA even shoddily
. to ant! Sei ii sm. antl Semitic
depicting hook-nosed Israeli
jakable crimes,
, itner ,,.. i H-n or under the b mgn protection
0| Anglo Ami man im| i
to the Brumbers study, soviet Middle
East policies I ast two /ealecTs su
, --ion o! miscalculation i compounding and
...v..... e to anotlier Brumbi thai "having
N then Ives stan : tied I i i crl naU
to an u"-i ble and frustrat I a Iy. and having failed
| mo-i basic demands causing the with-
,,i Israeli tro iet leaders suddenly
i foi c< mpromise and moderati i
But 'compromise was the i Peking hurled
.-,,.,,,.,, lyed an important rob-
in Mosc w s decision to reject it M deration mi [hi
nav.c introduced a note of sanity anl rationality
into the v ai w irld but d is the oppos w- that Mos-
cow had preached and encouraged
By BORIS SM0LAR
Charles Jordan-A Respected Leader
CHARLES JORDAN, the executive vice
chairman of the Joint Distribution
Committee, who mysteriously vanished
in Prague, and whose body was found
later in a river there, was a very likable
person, highly respected by all who knew
him. He liked people, he liked his work
and he liked to travel. One could see .
him one day in Geneva, the next day in "" ^sV i
Jerusalem, a day later in Rome, and within the next few-
days in a number of other capitals of the world Although
he made his home recently in New York, he never spent
a long time in New York His duties took him constantly
to various countries where chances of conditions in Jewish
life required constant adaptation of JDC work to the
changed conditions.
We were intimate friends and he never hesitated to
discuss with me developments concerning his work, his
plans, his trips. As chairman of the American Council of
Voluntary Agencies for Foreign Service, he recently made
a very interesting trip to South Viet Nam and. after a 10-
day study, wrote an impressive confidential report on vol-
untary agency assistance there.
Last year we were together at a private Seder in
New York, but this year he told me confidentially long
before Passover that he would observe the Seder in Ru-
mania. He was happy to reveal to me that Rumania had
ei : to : unit the Jewish communities there to r<
from the JDC and that this would be made public
during tin- Passover week.
He was also happy to relate to me the fact, which
is known onlv to a few. that a fund in his honor
pre ented recently to the Columbia Unlversit) S
of Social Workhis Alma Materwhich will be us d to
1 American social work students with a facull
ordinator to Colombia, Latin America The fund had been
i .I by his Jewish and non-Jewish colleagues in <;<
in international social work, on the occasion of his 25th
anniversary oi work in the field of social service. He
modestly sought to prevent any publicity of this demon
Stration of high regard for him on the part of the inter-
national colony of leaders In social service.
The tragic death of (halies Jordan adds another
martyr to the list of the JDC high officials who lost their
lives while standing in the very forefront of Jewish relief
work The first two martyrs were Rabbi Bernard Cantor
and the scholarly Israel Friedlander. They came from the
United States lor the JDC in 1020 to Poland and pro-
ceeded into the Polish-occupied part of the Ukraine to
organise relief work for the Jews there They were bru-
tally murdered, in July, 1920, when I heir automobile was
attacked on a highway in the Ukraine. The motive of the
murder was considered robbery, since they were robbed
f the lai ml of JDC relief monej which they ear-
ned in cash The murderers however, were never dis
covered '>> the Polish military authorities who were in
charge of the territorj when- the traged) occurred.
Another JDC martyr was mj dear friend Isaac G
man. head of JDC opi in Poland from the yi
telj after World War I till the Nazi occupal
of Poland in 1939 when the Nazi armj entered Pol
in void War II Giterman was in Lithuania organi
jDc i Hi could have remained in Lithuania, but
im to w to he with
Jev in Poland His Nazis
. vas ren oved an II ht to Wars tw, where he
was shol :n front i : his '-'> kill* !
n in the JD
ii p land \ th David < tik, went
I the N h m a plai
.1, in Czechoslo\ al ia as he >m Polai
to JDC E iropi an rters m Paru
., needs ol Pol sh J< wrj
Ove-teas Newsletter:
By EtSAHU SALPETER
The Postwar Issues Facing Israel
Jerusalem
r ave premature hopes
* chances ol an agreement with
; h sein I ex con-
c n over world ooinion led Israel
into several policy mistakes fro.n
wnii h she may find it hard to ex-
tricate herself? This question is
being asked here more and more
frequently as Israel has opened the gates to readmit
tens if not hundreds of thousands of Arabs who
had fled from the Western Bank of the Jordan dur-
ing and immediate!) after the Six-Day War. while
the Jordan radio continues its campaign of Incil
Arabs under Isiael rule against the authorities
In the first days after the war. Israel had per-
mitted the liayor of Nablus, in the occupied West
Bank, to go to Amman and bring back tens of
^ands of dinars to pay ostensibly p.ist due
salaries to government emplovees in the region.
Actually there are many indications that other
public ollicials from the West Bank crossed Into
Jordan, brought back money and paid not only past
due but also current salaries Some Israeli- might
have hoped that this might eventually lead to some
kind of a tacit Jordan recognition of Israeli presence
in the Wist Bai k and possibly even to some kind <>f
defacto joint rule over occupied ai u Ac! u
ni the opposite has happened; manj Arab public
oiticials. their income presumably assured. I
become more and more arrogant in then declaration
of non-cooperation with the Israeli authorities
'rabs have also quickly learned that Israel
,i nocrai th y do nol have to fear any
epri tements and ttone the
like of which against Jordan rule would have brought
immediate retribution from .lor '..in authorit
Hope for an early settlement with Jordan was
probably a major factor that led Israel to declare
i rilv a fortnight after smashing victorythat Arab
refugees would be permitted to return to the West
Bank. Nit less important, of course, was the con-
cern over the adverse publicity in the West caused
by (he over-dramatized reports on the plight of the
refugees
By now it seems clear that both factors were
I ited in the minds of Israeli leaden. The
presence of 200.000 refugees in Jordan was probably
the most ur::. nt problem facing King Hussein and
one that might have compelled him. more than
anything else to sil down and negotiate with the
elis Thus, instead of seeing II as ,m act of good
will. Hussein saw Israel's readmission of the refu
living his chances to get away with an
increasingly hostile attitude toward Israel.
Indeed, right after Israel agreed to a compro-
mise over the text of the forms to be filled in by
applicants for repatriation. Amman radio started a
virulent campai n of Incitement against Israel.
When Israel hinted thai she might reconsider her
ement to repatriate the refugees, the inciting
broadcasts stopped But as soon as the Israel gov-
ernment reaffirmed that it woult stand by her af
merit, the incitement was resumed.


\ .. I ly, Sert'T.iber 1. 1967
+Je Istl IhuridliaiKi
Page 1!-A
^
,
'Between Hammer and Sickle
,. The Truth About
Jews in the USSR
Bf BIN AMI
Second installment from the volume ($6.00) recently issued by
the Jewish Publication Society and being serialized in The
Jewish Floridian with special permission of the author and
publhers.
_ missing elements is. of course.
Ther. are no Soviet c.t.i.ns ,hc lanKua.,,. an<| (.(lu(.dtj(inal
Soviet law and ohm woniw >vstem In thls rpvp(,(,, ,(,ws ^
everyone livms in the Soviet ,n ,ota, WMtelwid About thr,,.
I'nion to he recopni/ed as a
member of one of several na-
tioiujlities. No person is merely
'citizen of the Soviet I'nion"
without his nationality twins;
known generally, or at least to
ihe Soviet authorities Every
member of the I'nion is rcsjiv
iere*J in his identitv card as be-
longing to a specific nationality.
We shall not discuss here the
problem, interesting in itself.
wh| of all people it la the Soviets
who. though opposed from the
start nf every form of discrimin
.itinn. have introduced a system
which requires the registration
of nationalities within their own
u>,intry It is a fact, however.
that rttiMfl Ivaaov. registered in
hi- identity card as Russian
ruaakii), and citi/eness Ivanova.
n ,i-t' ied as Russian must
register their offspring as Rus-
sians The same holds true
(or citizen Mtihamadov. register
ed an Uzbek, and *<>r dtizeness
Muhamadova, registered as an
Uzbek, and for all the other
numerous nationalities.
Incidentally, it matters not
whether citiaen Ivanot resides in
Moscow, which ls in the Russian
Republic, <>r in Tbilisi, the capital
of Georgia, for he. and his chil
drett .i- will, must register in
Tbilisi a- Russians And if
Mutumadov moves from Tash-
kent to l.-mgrad and settles
three, he ami his offspring are
figured to register as I'/neks
The only means wherebv a man
can break the connection with
his original nationalitv insofar
,i- Ins children are concerned
but not in his own easel is
through intermarriage If com-
le Kiriclnnko, registered a- a
I'krainian. marnes Tefildze. a
Georgian, they are entitled to
tter their offanrtag as l'k-
or Ceorgian- as they
The Shadow Peool*
i he Jew arc there! ire resi*
tered a- Jews insofar as nation-
alii) is concerned. But if we
evataiati rheir status by the
criterion oi lorm un other words
b\ th.it complea of eultural ad-
vantages we discussed abeve).
j arc in [an a shado* people.
beeauae In exchanm for their
igned nationalitv thev have
been given nothing Thev have
i recognised language, no edu
< .iu/inal sj stem of their own. no
I "-.. radio, poetry, literature,
or history; in short, nothing at
all The few Yiddish booklets
1 newspapers, and the two or
thrisf Yiddish singer* who aooear
today m the Soviet t'nion. will
he dealt with in another con-
text, for thev are maintained
mainly for display and foreign
consumption.
The most important of those
Diflemac, tf te MOSHf Sciunfcaiv
and a half million Jews in the
Soviet I'nion (half a million of
whom sneak Yiddish, according
to the Soviet records and tens
of thousands ot whom had a He
brew education in their youth>
are deprived not onlv ot schools
where the Hebrew alphabet is
taught, but even of a class where
Yiddish or Hebrew teaching is
allowed if onlv once a week, or
once a month.
Whenever someone asks a top
Soviet official, who miL'ht be
visiting the Wast, to explain this
astounding situation, the im-
mediate response given is that
the reason* are heing soui/ht
among the .lews themselves, as
"they simply do not want to
learn, and certainly do not want
to teach their children, Yiddish
or Hebrew. Otherwise they would
merely have to do a very simple
thing, namely, eolect a few dozen
signatures from parents who real-
ly want th ir ehiM'en to learn
these languages and present their
petition t<> the Ministry of Edu
i Th.- latter would then t>e
required to grant their request,
and verything would t>. in order
Why, therefore, blame the Soviet
authorttie
The tact is, however, that
among ail the thousands of Jews
living in hovno and Vilna. in
Bukhara and Samarkand, in
Riga and ChemovtSV. in hishi-
.bilisi, and in the numerous
other centers where Jews crew
up .,ni were educated in Yiddish
or in Hebrew, there cannot be
found twentv or thirtv Jewish
parents who would dare to lifll
such a petition. For thev are
simply afraid Thev know onlv
too well that the government is
unequivocally opposed to such a
step. Jewish parents, like other
citizens, are well aware that in
the land of the Soviets no one
dares do anything that opposes
the will of the government.
Tifereth Israel
Names New Knhhi
Rabbi Ralph Y, Carmi of Lynn,
Mass., has accepted the call to the
pulpit of Temple Tifereth Israel
Vorthside Center, according to an
announcement by William Schach-
ter. temple president -He will as-
sume his duties on Sept 5.
Rabbi Carmi is a member of the
Rabbinical Council <>f Amrica. the
Veshiva University Rabbinical
Mumni. B'nai B'rith, Charles W.
Moore Masonic Ixxlge and the
Rabbinical Advisor) Board of New
England Region of the Religious
Zionists of America.
A native of Israel. Rabbi Carmi
graduated from the Jerusalem
Teachers Seminary in 1!M6. For
the next four years he studied at
the.Yeahiva University in New
York City where he was ordained
in July 150. He occupied the pul-
pits of Kehillath Jacob Congrega i
tion in Fon du Lac. Wis.. and I
served as rabbi of the Shaarei Ze- i
kek Congregation in St. John, New ;
Brunswick. j
Rabbi Carmi served at the Con
gregation Agudas Achim in Fitch-
burg, Mass. He was active in inter-
faith work, serving as president of
the Ministerial Association of
Fitchburg and as a member of the
Council for Aging of that city: he
was Auxiliary Chaplain at Fort
Devens; a member of the executive
board of the Hebrew Academy in
Worcester, and a dele-ate to the
1082 World Conference of Mizrachi
in Jerusalem
For the past four years. Rabbi
Carmi has served Congregation
Anshai Sfard ii. I.ynn. He served
;.- | member of the board of di-
rectors of the Jewish Community
Center, the Jewish Community ;
Federation of Greater I.ynn. the
Hillel Academy in Swampscott.
and was a member of the execu-
M\< lv>ard of 'he Vaad Harabonim
of Massachusetts, where he served
as its financial secretary He also
served as mohel on the staff of the
Dr. Leon Kronish
Returns to Pulpit
Dr Icon Kronish of Ten
Path Sholom. Miami Beach, will
return to the pulpil this Frii
evening after spending seve:al
weeks m Israel as part of an Is-
rael Bond delegation and an Ameri-
can Jewish Congress Study Mission.
During his stay in Israel Dr.
Kronish dedicated the Miami Amal
Technical High School n Ramleh,
built by the Friends of the Hist ad-
rut in Miami
While in Israel the Miami Beach
spiritual leader met with Finance
Minister Pin has Sapir. Haifa Mayor
Abba Khoushv and former Prune
Minister David BeivGurion
*w*w*v~-*\
Beth Israel Hospital in Boston.
Rabbi Carmi is married to the
former Rosalie Reim. They are the
parents of five daughters: Leah,
15. who is studying in Israel: Shar
on, 12: Rena. ti: Rochclle. 5 and
Ora. 2.
ROSE ZALIS
Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late
ROSE ZALIS
will take place
Sunday. Sept. 10th at 1 1 a m
at Mt. Sinai Cemetery,
1 1 25 N.W. 1 37th Street, with
Rabbi Solomon Schiff
officiating
Friends and relatives asked to attend
(No invitations have beei
sent by mail.)

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Friday Ser. '.ember 1. 19^7
Fracas Over Nazi Uniforms Jfem8 Qf Interest
Delays Rockwell Funeral
Titereth Jccob Meeting Sel
\ general meeting of the cor
li m .; T< mple Tlfereth I
|| | c held at the ten,
on Thursday, Sept. 14 at 8 p
Continues from Page 1A
>.-.--d on buri.! in Culpcper.
Af- .'h the party
lea'!' iken over by Matt
Roehl. a 32 vi ar-- !! Nazi mi
who vov the gro'.ip "ill
carry on :- rk against Jews and
Negroes k ell. 4 of a r idevilk actor He
serve ;. n thi U.S Navy, where he
reached 'he rank of Lieutenant
Commander He was forced to re-
tire in the Inte 1950s when passed
over !or promotion.
Pchc said they believed the
total party membership never ex-
ceeded 100 r^r-on-. about 12 of
uhcm lived at his Arlington storm
troop headquarters. Aping Hitler
practices, Rockwell'* method was
to stage demonstrations aaa-.nst
Jews and Negroes everywhere he
could, thus garnering wide pub
Udty. !! also lectured widely on
man., a ampuses.
Rockwell died last weekend as a
result of wounds inflicted by rifle
fire fr^m a rooftop near t'ne Nazi
hoadcuarter in Arlington. The
Nazi id*r was shot twice through
the v : ol his ear despite his
strong arm bodyguards and storm-
trooper sharpshooters His end
tame in a parkin: lot adjacent to
a shop-vr.: center across the street
from his Nazi headquarters.
Arlington authorities had per-
mit!' .' to :: ak
quarters tk)ei ; !",n he
orgai nion
of r N ttiona] So-
cialist 'he title lat< I
Amei :i Party. He
Arlington is a base from whicl
and agitation
forays into the District of Colum-
bia, a lew mil"s away.
Bond Meeting To
Launch New Drive
Continued from Pege 1-A
lustrial expansion that will create
jobs and produce mor" goods
or exporttwo in lisrxmable far
ors to its goal of economic self
sufficiency.
In the present circumstances,
'ollowing the crisis and lifc-and-
rieath struggle which dramed its
financial resources, Israel looks to
the Israel Bond Organization to
supply the bulk of the funds nece=-
.ir> *o strengthen and expand her
"conomy." he asserted.
Aronow in Boating Race
Pon Aronow. a top powerboat
-acins figure from the Miami area,
; w in the point standings
'or th" 1 champ'Onhsps. He won the French
ind Swedish offshore powerboat
races and th-n placed second in
the 300-n ill K nnessey <"up race
n Lons Reach. <".',,:f
R:!t Joseph R. Nerot of Temple Israel, Miami. wiD delivei
nvocatior >t the Atlanta Interamericana Man oi the Year award
hanq'r S pt 9 h ring B -hop Coleman F. Carroll Miami
h dciltiat, Dr. Richard Schwari ;,nd hOtelman Morris Lanstx/rgh
iv( been named to the Miami Beach Tourist Authority by Miami
h Mayer Jay D-rmer Racti Se! Landau ol Beth David (on
r i t oi. Miami, was appointed a member of the Dade County
\ i ., b ai at a meeting of the Board oi County Com-
'ii sa'onen E. Albe't Pallot, Miami attorney and ha:tk executive,
has been n lecled chiirman of the City of Miami Beautification
Committee to.- the seventh term.
Sidney "Blacfcie" Untfrherg his been appointed *o the Miami
Beach Personnel Board Efraim H. Ga!e, executive director of the
VM-YWHA of Greater Miami, has been fleeted *.o the National Nom-
inating Committee of tiie Nat'onal Association of Jewish Center Work-
en The Br.ai B"rih Hatikvah l/)dge 2362 of Miami Beach was
h irored at the recent Fi h District convention with awards for the
t printed monthly bullet nMike Drucker is cditor-and for its full
contiibutions to the District Service Fund Mrs Sylvia K. Ruskin,
ip activities supervisor of the Edison Courts Senior Centers of Dade
(ounty. Inc.. has been awarded a training grant of $2,350 by the In
-t.U'U- of Gerontology by the University of Michigan to attend a 14-
week program this fall Rbbi Leon Klenieki, ordained this vear
at the Hi blew Union Colleuc Jewish Institute of Rel'eion. has been
appointed l...tn American director of the World Union for Progressive
Judaism.
Irwin "Bud" Samet has Income associated with the Charles W.
Soknl Agency rf Protective L fe Insurance Company Northeast
Airlines will operate a record 322 nonstop flights a week in and out
ot Miami International Airport during the peak winter reason this year
More thru 40 0x0 seats will be available each week, dnible the number
available last winter The Miami Gift. Jewelc and DecoraUve
Ace Esories Show will open Sunda\ Sept. 3 and run through Wednes-
day. Sent. 6 at the Miami Beach Convention Hall The women's
units for United Cerebral Palsy are staging then first Market Place
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Jews visiting the Soviet Union hear this
anguished question again and again
from their Soviet brothers. Between
Hammer and Sickle tells why.
It tells why Stalin turned savagely
against Soviet Jewry after World War
II. Why the existence of the State of
Israel is vital for Soviet diplomacy. Why devout
Jews are persecuted and at the same time secu-
lar Jews are not allowed to assimilate.
The author, an Israeli born in Russia, has traveled
extensively there and obtained his
story firsthand. He offers a specific and
sensible plan to help alleviate one of
the tragedies of our timethe slow dy-
ing of Soviet Jewry.
A best seller in Israel, where it just was
awarded the Ussischkin Prize, Between Hammer
and Sickle is available from your bookseller or
TheJewish PublicationSociety of America,
222 North Fifteenth Street. Philadelphia,!
Penna. 19102. Price, $6.00


Israel Drops Deadline
i or Refugees' Return
i
"iTewislh Fioiridllax*
s .] v'M ~ [srad th;s week
, | intin i to Arab
. turn lo the wct I).ink
j irdan after the govern
I i ;ci,'! to extend indefinite
A ig 31 deadline it had set
: for the ri fuga to file ap
- in,- it entry into the tcr-
j formerly occupied by Jor-
and now hold by Israel.
Israel's decision to extend the
Hine was announced just one
!aj before the scheduled expiration
following requests by Jordan and
i countries and after a meet-
ing between foreign Minister Al>ba
n and United states Ambassa
dor Walworth Barbour.
Pressure was exerted on Israel
to extend the deadline after Int-r
ational Red Cross officials told
government here that it would
i impossible to arrange for the
r.urn to the west bank of all ref
eei iio had registered for re
li ation by Aug. 31 Israeli offi
(rials made it clear thev were pre-
: lred t<> accept 3.000 returnees
ly. but Jordanian officials were
ithind in arrangin
for that many to h" process^ I
e of the reasons for the slow
"i n i" ee applications was
v<1 to be Mi" fact that many
fr ght ted bv Jordan's atti-
that tl nees should be
' rn in Israel's side." They
rti llv had little inclination to
: these conditions
\:t< r ihe deadline extension was
ounced, the Israel Foreign
Ministry said that as many as
!0.0 to take advantage of their al-
ready approved applications would
now be able to return at their con-
venial
Israel, Egypt Renew
Pact on Use of Suez
' Mi ED \ mONS, \ Y -(JTA>
1! itll Egypt and Israel have
agreed to continue indefinitely the
month long agreement for both
[ovemments to keep -mail-boat
traffic, except certain launches, off
the Sue/ (anal, the United Nations
announced here this week The ex-
ception concerns Egyptian launch-
es providing food and other sup
plies to foreign ships marooned in
the canal since Egypt blocked that
waterway at the outbreak of the
Arab Israeli war. last June 5
The two governments agreed on
Julj 27 to bar small-boat traffic
foi one month, after Israel had in-
sisted that either both governments
or neither should be permitted to
use the canal. Israel holds the east
bank of the canal, while Egypt
remans on the west bank. As that
agreement expired. Lt. Gen. Odd
Bull, the U V supervisor over'
ceaae fire arrangements between
l-rael an.I the Arab state-, proposed
hat the pact be extended without
'imitation as to date. Gen Bull no-
lift Secretary-General U Thant
'hat the two governments agreed,
at hi- suggestion that it "will con
lipuc in effect until otherwise de-
cid< I upon i>\ the two parties "
In separate report, concerning
'he cca-e tire ir both the Sue/ and
Syr in areas. Gen Bull notified Mr.
Thant "the situation remains qui-
et" in both those sectors However.
he reported, "On Aus 23, Israelis
demolished some buildings in the
Syrian village of Kafir el Mas. de-
spite protests lodged with the senior
liaison officer- of the Israel defense
forces." He said he considered the
action "a breach of the cease-fire."
Mia Fnday, September 1. 1917
s
HEADING COMMITTEES lor the 53rd an-
I nntioi al Hadassah Convention at the
Fontainebleau Hotel. Sept. 17-20 are these
Daa u ly residents. Standing, from .
Mrs. Nat Barth, Mrs. Emanuel Mentz,
Mrs. Milton Sirkin, Mrs. Max Swartz, Miss
Lillian Goodman, Mrs. Peter Heller, Mrs.
Dorothv Krieger Fink. Mrs. A. Arthur Pekel-
Mrs. Maxwell Weisbsrq, Mrs. Henry
I An. Sherman Fast, Mrs. Jack Katz-
Preparations Nearing
Completion for Hadassah
Preparations were under way Cancer and Stroke. Dr. DeBakey
here t hi week for the annual na- will receive the Henrietta Siold
tional convention of Hadassah to .Award in recognition of his out-
, .. .u f wi ii i standing contributions to heart
>y held at the fontainebleau Hotel
sureei I
Sept 17 20. with more than 2.500

atei and guests, representing
tie 315.000 members of the na-
tional organization.
Facilities Returned
Featured speaker at the conclave I 0 UN Ufll I ISPdO!
"ill be Israel's Foreign Minister
Abba Khan, who will address the
delegates on "Israel in the World
Toda *' Sharing the platform with
Mr L'ban will be Mrs Mortimer;
JacrbSBO, national president of
Hadauah Miami Beach Mayor
Jay Dcrmcr will greet 'he con
v.ntion other speakers will in
clude Sol m Linowitz, 1'S Am-
ntor to the Organisation of
American States; former U S Sen-
ior Paul Douglas Of Illinois: Dr
Mar er H Bernstein, of Princeton
I'niversitv, and Dr William Haber
.' the University of Michigan
The deliberations during the
tins w*II project the
Ition'a activities in America
and Israel during the coming 12
iths
\ hi li point of the convention
- -- w'll be the presentation of
lie coveted Henrletts Ssold Award
to Dr Michael E DeBakey, who
K professor '>f surgery and chair
m.m of the Department of Surgery.
lor- i ni\ m sity loUege of M< di-
ll ust in, Tea In 19<>* Dr
I lakey was appointed by Preal
d< :d Lyndon B Jo'inson to the
rmanahip of the President's
Commission on Heart Disease,
labor Day Picnic
Park will be the setting
i Bsaman Daoti B Fascell's
litional Labor Di> Picnic to be
held on Monday. Sept. 4 Hot d
> snd drinks will all be served
house at the annual event
man. Mi i k Wolfs:- 1 Mis.
: Seated, from let: ire Mrs. Sa::
Goldbei i '' San; Steinberg, presiden
the Miami < Mrs. Samuel Z. Sak:
Mrs. Irvu Lisi Mrs
president cf thi Miami Beach
Mrs. ': : d. Com-:
not pictured an Mrs. Zv F< instein Mr:
ph Milu n Irs L< rd ''' and
Mrs. Bernard I
JERUSALEM Govern-
ment House, -he compound in Je-
rusalem's prewar no-man's land
occupied by the defunct United Na-
tions Truce Supervision Organiza-
tion. Hew the United Nation- flag
again this week for the first time
since June, after attacking Jordan
troops had taken that compound.
Israel troops had recaptured it and
lven refuge In secure areas of
Jerusalem to Lt. Gen >Mi\ Bull,
commander of the IN force, and
his entire staff
Last week, under an agreement
between Israel and IN Secretary-
General U Th.int. Israel allowed
Gen. Bull and his staff to move
back into the main building in the
a keeping two-thirds of the
i i.i for itself, however, for secur-
ity reasons. (Jen. Bull rai-ed the
U N Hag over the main building
and has -iIm> been permitted, under
the agreement with Mr Thant. to
use the IN radio transmitter, lo-
cated in the area retained by
lei.
It was believed thai the l N ac-
tance of the arrangement was
ml> de facto, and that Ceil Bull
. uld raise the issue further with
the Israeli authorities. While Mr.
Thant co tttnues to refer to Gen.
' Bull as chief of stall of UNTSO
, i call him onlj the chief U N
inge-
m< id- with the hostile \ral- states
Israel maintains thai I NTSO has
,. |gi i |q exist, since it w as bas< d
on the 1948 Israeli-Arab armistice
eements which were shattered
bs the June war.
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+ *istfkri Fri : : '^rnber
Brandeis Zionist District Open Meeting
To Hear Report on ZOA Israel Convention
- District "t **
ami P.*-ach. the North Shore group
of the Ztooial Organization of
America, has planned an open
meeting for Mondav. Spm.in the
auditorium of V.ashm2ton Federal.
1135 Normandy Dr according to
Ezra Fine-gold president
I'aac Donen. imnu-diate w^t
pr.---.dent of the District, who has
just returned from the 70th An-
nual ZOA Convention in Israel
where he was leader of the Bran
a report Donen. who visited the
fo'mer Arab cities in Jordan.
Ec;.pt and Syria, will discu>s cur
rer*t condition-
He will also r.port r,n the new
a/iMHhw to the Kfar Silver Agri-
cultural Training Institute maia
tairvd by the ZOA in Ashkelon
I-T-ael. and the new Mollie Good
man Academic High School that
the organization is building adja-
caal to Kfar Silver to aecommo-
date both American and Israeli
.-tudt-nts
Donen spent several weeks in
Imal prior to the convention and
pa-tirjoawd in several study tours
of Kibbutz life, youth activities.
Arab refugees and economic and
Pvthian Show
To Feature Comic
The George Gershwin I-odge.
Kr.ichts of Pythias, will hold a
ladies night on Monday evening
at the Surfside Community Center
and will feature a tala shou head
ed b> comedian Paul Benson
Entertainment, committee is
h'-ided by Fred Zieger and Bill
Setose!
Presiding v ill be Chancellor
Commander Dr Gustave Fistel.
industrial development of Israel
la Miami. Donen served on the
leadership of The Jewish National
Fund Zionist Youth Commission
South Florida Zionist Council and
Bureau of Jewish Education In
Israel, he had his grandchildren
enrolled in th> 'summer in Israel"
program at Kfar Silver His chil
dren were also with him.
Also on the meeting prosram
ill be a Nhowing of recent slide*
on Israel presented bv Meyer Sie-
.gei secretary of the di*rict. who
has hist returned after soendini
nearly a rttT in Israel The col-
lection will show not only olace*
of interest but also the military
parades in Israel. Leon Se*al will
analyze the current news and re-
port on recent developments in
the Middle East.
Mr and Mr*. Abraham Krem
ens. veteran Zionist leaders, will
be hosts for refreshments and so-
iial that wfB follow the proeram
of the open meeting in honor ot
their 50th wedding anniveryiry
Season Starts
With Tuesday Meet
Kadimah Chapter of Pioneer
Women has scheduled its first open
meeting of the 19678 season for
Tuesday. 730 p m at the Coral
Gables Federal. 2501 Ponce de
Leon Blvd.
Mrs. Milton Green, president
Greater M.ami Council Pioneer
Women, will give a talk on "Moet
zet Hapoalot and the Crisis in Is-
rael.'* and games will conclude
the evening
Chapter president is Mrs Lillie
Cohen.
German Minister
To Ask Extension
Of Limitations Law
B iNN JTA> We.-t Germany's
Cabinet will be asked to tighten
the law netting a Dec 31. 1909
deadline on the prosecution of
Nazi war criminals, so that major
criminals accused of murders and
genocide" would still be subject to
prosecution after the cut-off date.
The planned move was announced
by Dr Gu-stav Heinemann. Min
ister of Justice
According to Dr Heinemann. he
was lriormed recently by the Cen
tral Office for the Discovery of
Vazi Crimes, at Ludwiesburjj. that
there were Wank spots"- in the j
group's investigative work that
would require more time for prob-
ing murders committed during the
Hitler regime. Among the "blank j
spots." be said, are investigations .
into the activities of Hitter's SS.
as \efl as suspected war crimes
by Germans in East European
area* occupied by Germany during
World War II.
The Minister expressed the hope
that other East European regime*
would follow the lead of the Soviet
Cnion which had just informed
"v.m that West German war crimes
investigators would be allowed to
study archives regarding such
crimes now on file in Moscow. The
USSR's permission is the first in
"he war crimes field ever granted
to West Germany by any of the
Communist countrie*
Morns B Abram. president of
he .American Jewish Committee,
hailed the move on the part of the
Wet German Justice Minister a*
a clear indication of West Ger
-nan> s awareness of its responsi-
bility "to remove the vestige* of
he Hitler period." He expressed
Mae hope "that all West Germany
: will continue to be vigilant against
\ ill intimations of Nazi, and
Semitic, and authoritarian ideolo
gies"
Dr. Lehrnian Laudtf ^aeUs
Dr Irving l-ehrman.
spiritual Wailing Wall on Shabbos. Dr. ai 1
... H Mrs Lehrman viewed the graves |
leader of Temple Lmaiui-El. -nd ^ ^ patn.irths in Hebron which I
Mrs Uhrman. who returned this ha() yxvn c|OS4. ,.k from a ten day stay in Is many years. ..nd visited the Jj
rael. were particularly Impressed Heights, where they saw aom. |
with "the spirit of the Israelis. .nr n-.ults ol the Six Day War
who were considerably heartened A)s<) on their itinerary was El
by the at^nene.vs.' the unity and ^^h in Sinai, and Miami's nster
love 'or I>rael shown by world t.lly ||e Ami. which had bev-i
Jewry bombed but not seriously ,
In addition to praying at the aged._______ ----------
BETH JACOB
SYNAGOGUE
"THE PIONEfR SYNAGOGUE ON MIAMI BiACH"
In response to the urging* and requests el meny
worshipers and friends
proudly announces
ADDITIONAL HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
To be Held -n the air-conditioned Hibiscus Masonic Aud-'x.u
Alton Rd and 10fh St. Mimi Beech.
The services will be conducted, and the sermons preached, b,
our dtsfinguished spiritual leader. Dr Shmaryahu T. Sw
and Mr tou-s Scbwartzman, educator and prom.nent speaVc
The Unjrgy wll be chanted by the renowned Cantor Wi'liam
6. Nussen and his sympbon.c choir
The services will be spiritually ennobling, regously inspiring
and modern in format.
Smce *h's % a distinct spiritual accommodation 'o the com^umr,
the seats are moderately priced. The committee will be at
me Hibiscus Hall each evening from 7-9 and each Sunday
from 10-1.
Fcx further information call 531 -61 50.
Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue
1532 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
Cordially invites all Jewish families who desire to affiliate
themselves with the FINEST TRADITIONAL SYNAGOGUE IN
the area.
Our synagogue was praised in the United States ami Israel
publications as the first ranking house of worship for torah,
prayer and charity.
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
MifMiw Rev. Meyer Engel
Rabbi Dr. TiborH. Stern
Inspiring and learned mes-
sages by our spiritual leader,
one of the foremost rabbis
in the world.
The rabbi's theme will be cen-
tered around his recent visit
to JERUSALEM. Listening to
the rabbi you will feel CLOSE
TO THE WAILING WALL.
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
MOW ACCEPTING MEW MlMBUtS IN
"The Pioneer Conservative Congregation Of Mienw"
Bawlt, Mw'i Clvfe. Y.^, MotWv ATI0. UST A*vh W.t^.
REGISTRATION IN THE RELIGIOUS SCHOOLS
CORAL WAY CENTER
2625 S W 3rd Avmmn
SOUTH DADE CENTER
7500 SW 120th Street
Nursery and Kindergarten
All Grades through the eighth
All grades through High School
CLASSES BEGIN TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 1967
Schools Accredited By The Bureau of Jewish Education
FOR INFORMATION AND PARTICULARS CALL:
371-4795------238-2601
TO THE PARENTS OF OUR COMMUNITY
Golden tenor voice of our Cantor, form-
er head Cantor of Ramat Gam, Israel.
Our cantor served with the armed
forces of Israel. His prayer too will
bring you close to the HOLY CITY of
JERUSALEM.
WHAT GREATER GIFT can we offer than to teach and in-
struct your children. Kneseth Israel Congregation lor the
fou'th year is opening its doors to your children free ot
tuition Give your children the opportunity to be be*ter
informed Jews and good Americans
Our clatsrooms are fuliy air-conditioned, staffed with
COfl petent teachers headed by Mr S Eppelbaum. Registra
tion Sunday from 10 00 A M to 1.00 P.M. Weekdays, from
1:00 PM. to 3:00 P.M When registering, cnnd must be
i accompanied by parent
\ KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION
1415 EUCLID AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
Cantor Engel will officiate at Sabbath services on Sept. 2nd at 8:30 a.m.
Blessing of Rosh Chodesh Elul.
RESERVATIONS ARE ACCEPTED FOR BOTH
MEMBERS and NON-MEMBERS.
For Information Come fo our office of the synagogue which is
open from 9 cm. fo 8 p.m. Telephone 534-0271 534-1004
TEMPLE NER TAMID RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
79th Street and Carlyle Avenue
Miami Beach
REGISTRATION NOW IN PROGRESS
Our Educational Program has been fashioned "fo'convey" Toe
exciting relevance of Judaism to the life of your son and
daughter The formal courses of studies, combined with our
wholesome Youth Program, is designed to mane our heritage
a living force in their lives as they grow to maturity.
For Registration Information Contact the
Temple Office UN 6-9833
DR EUGENE LABOVITZ, Rabbi
BRUCE RICHMAN, Educational Director


1
Friday, September 1, 1967
+Jmisti ncrkiKan
Page 5-B
MMkOTaWbO*1 w '"
. ^Atbout f^coplc and jf"
POPS ARE TOPS
It wfaa ballet time ;it the Miami B ach Audi-
torium Jacques d'Amboise and Melissa Hayden
proved a magnificent team. During intermission
Miamiana and Beachites gathered to say hello.
S n .'.ere Mrs Abrahai B ixbaum, Mrs Mary
Sail, Mr and Mi Arnold Seeder, Mrs Hannah
Scher, Dr. Tod Berman, Mr. and Mi- John Owen,
Mr and Mr- Stuarl Gordon, Mr and Mrs .1
Albert, Mr and Mr Jerrj Dreyfus, Mrs Philip
Lefkowitz, Mr and Mrs. Arthur Courshon, Mr.
and Mrs Isaac Fryd, Mr. and Mrs. (iii. Jacobaon,
Mr and Mrs Edward Quartin, Dr. Maurice Edel-
man and Mr and Mrs David Pondve Looking
very smart in red chiffon, Annette was standing
with her husband Harriett Breeskin (he's the con
ductor of the orchestra) and Kalph and Tania
Hall The four, about to be grandparents, were
wondering when the good newa would arrive from
David that I.inda was a mania Other ballet
lien were Mrs Jack Courshon, Mr and Mrs.
David Moohbere. Mr and Mr- II B Forrest and
Mrs Meyer Friedman, and Trudi Hamerschlag.
*
TO MEET THE ABOUT-TO-BE-WED
Sally and Artie Kravitz had cocktails and a
late supper party at West view C mntry Club so
that all of their friends could meet their -on
St< phen's bride-to-be. Heather Sokuvitz. Also in
the receiving line wre Heather's folks, Mr. and
Mrs David Sokuvitz and her grandparents. Mr.
and Mrs Sam Steinberg. White and yellow pre-
dominated. In the entrance was a very different
picture on an easelan enlargement of Heather,
who is a ballerina, and Steve, who appeared to be
coming, out of a champagne glass. It was a gay
and happy evening. Among guests were Mr. and
Mrs William Singer. Mr and Mrs. Herbert Paige.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Samuels. Mr. and Mrs .lack
I. Daner. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard L Abess. Mr
and Mrs William Weintraub. Mr. and Mrs Max
Orovitz.-Grandpa. Jacob Kravitz. who came in
from New Jersey, really had a balleighty four
years young ami he enjoyed dancing the most.
Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Pan B Rus-
kin. Dr. and Mrs. Norman Russ. Mr and Mrs.
.lames Burns. Mr and Mrs Alan Supler and Mr
and Mrs. John Serbin Stanley Myers represented
hi. family, as Martha is still away.
e
DID YOU KNOW?
For the very first time at the "Thank You"
luncheon for atlas Universe, the Executive (hair-
man ">f Hostesses got a plaque! The plaque was
'>rgeous tha" it could serve as an incentive.
Receiving it was Sylvia (Mrs Philip) Friedman.
Tillic Schwartz is making good use of the
time that her daughter is away she is planning
a birthday part) for her in early September Her
liter, Beatrice Schwartz, is touring Mi icico
u ith Mrs Bert I asky.
Floating up '>< Ft Lauderdale were '
aces .
".ro singer. Florence Kupper-nan. Mildred (Mrs
Capel) Ascher and Judy Kaminsky. They went to
d the day with Margaret Newman Slearn at
r spa Cloud Nine. They had a grand time, talk
in- and spaing and floated home, really, on
I Nll'.e.
3.000 MIAMIANS CAN'T BE WRONG
Jackie Gleason sat in a king's chaira red
velvet throne, at a luncheon in his honor at the
Miami Beach Convention Hall. Everyone was
wearing red carnations He beamed and enjoyed
ever) minute of the party with his famous cup of
"cofiee" close at hand It was impossible to see
everyone, but glimpsed in the merry throng were
sweet Bosie Weiss, Mr. and Mr-. Irving Firtel.
Mr and Mrs Herbert Robins, Mr. and Mrs.
Aaron Farr (they sat on the highest dais, be-
rause he is president of the Miami Beach Cham-
ber nf Commerce), Mr. and Mrs. Edward New
man. Mrs Harry Singer. Mrs. Samuel Halperin.
Mrs Stanley Frchling. Mrs. Norman Holland.
Jennie Grossinger, Mrs. Dave Alpert, Mrs Philip
Stark, Mis Florence Kupperman. Mrs. E. A.
Platt, Mr and Mrs. Harold Shapiro, Mrs. George
Linden, Mr and Mrs. Moe Gardner. Mr. and Mrs
Joseph Malek. Mrs. Harry Raskin. Mrs. Ixniis
Makovsky, Mrs. Paul Taylor, Mr and Mrs. Morris
l.apidus. and of course Hank Meyer was running
around like mad.
a
THEN THEY WERE MARRIED
It was a week of parties for Arna. daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer, before she
married Alan Mickelson. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Squire Mickelson of Syracuse. Mrs. Mickelson
and daughter Kathy arrived in plenty of time
for all of the parties; Mr. Mickelson came later.
Among the events was a bridal luncheon at the
Hillcrest Country Club in Hollywood, given by
Mrs Barrett Silk (Aunt Harriet" and her daughter.
Mrs Morton Levin. Among the guests were Mrs.
Reubin Hochkind and daughter I.inda. Mrs. Jess
Spirer and daughter Barbara. Mrs Jack Raffel.
Mrs Milton Russinof and Mrs Hay Meyer (grand-
mother i. Then there was a miscellaneous shower'
at a tea. all in the bridal colors of yellow and
orange. How colors have changed lately! The tea
was given by Miss Begina Stark and Mrs. Herbert
Schneider Guests included Janet and Beth Silk
Mrs Alan Mtman. Mrs Steve Labie and Mrs
Leonard Scheinhofl Next came a luncheon given
li\ Mrs Morton Notariu, at Kings Bay Yacht
Club The bride s mother. Carrie Meyer, was one
of four sisters: they all came down from the
north so that all could be together for the happy
event. Also present was Mrs Harry Groff Next
i-.inif a brunch at the Algiers for the bridal
party and out of 1 and last a dinner for
the sain group Then the b i sest part) of them
all. the wedding at Temple Beth David last Sat-
urday night
Frances Lehman
Rabbi Schiff Reports on Ismel
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. spiritual
leader of Congregation Beth El in
Miami, who. with Mrs. Schiff. re-
cently returned from Israel, will
speak on Ins visit during services
Saturday morning, according to an
announcement by Hyman Cnabner,
president.
Entitlini "Thi Heart of
a Miracle." Rabbi Schiff will
scribe newly opened religious
in Israel, expanded territories,
meetings with various leader-
eluding Chief Rabbi Interman
well as his radio broaden*! i
K I Israel "
I Mowing the 9 a.m. servl i,
Ben Boskin vice president,
Mrs Boskin will host .. Kiddus .
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
CONSERVATIVE
13630 WEST DIXIE HIGHWAY
NORTH MIAMI
Rabbi David Rosenield
Cantor Ben lion Kirschenbaum
REGISTRATION OPEN FOR KINDERGARTEN
HEBREW AND SUNDAY SCHOOL
MEMBERSHIP INVITED
SEATS AVAILABLE FOR HIGH HOLIDAYS
751-7578
Speakers Series
Begins Sept. 10
fall Brotherhood program
, [erople Beth An,
Sunday breakfast series
be initiated on Sept 10 at
tJ talk b) Don Shoe
[< r editor of The Miami Her
whose lubject will be -Middle
Journey
Chaired b> Dr Maxwell Dauer,
the continuing series has sched-
uled the following speakers for
u e 'i the season:
Oct Dr. Walter P Zan.t.
Honda Area Director. American
Jewish Committee, will speak 00
Rio! and Civil Commotion in
America-Ita Impact on the Jew
tsh Community"
No\ is. Mis. Edythc H Geiger,
Science of Nufrifion
The Science of Nutrition" will
be the topic of the lecture by Dr.
Abraham Wolfson before the Spi-
noza Forum for Adult Education
Thursday morning. 10 am in the
auditorium of the Washington Fed-
eral.
theast Begional Director <>t
ucation m Israi I
Dec 10 laude Pepper
"u ,ni w,ii sp. ,rael Democrac) in
will spt ak on Higher Ed Vction
The Well Known
Sholiach Tzibbur
CANT0R ABRHAM HOFFMAN
from New York
CANTOR A. HOFFMAN
Has Accepted the Invitation of the Board of
THE CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION OF MIAMI BEACH
1242 Washington Avenue
To Perform the SABBATH MEVARCHIM HACHODESH ELUl
(RACHAMIN) SERVICES which will take place Friday September
1st 7 P.M and Sabbath, September 2nd, 9 a.m. at their
Sanctuary
The Public and Neighbors are Cordially Invited.
SAMUEL WEISZ,
President ot the Religious Committee ot the
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
of Miami Beach
Temple Sinai
The Reform Temple of North
Dade, 18801 N.E. 22 Ave ,
North Miami Beach.
Ralph P. Kingsley, Rabbi
Ground Breaking tor its
Sanctuary at 18801 N.E. 22
Ave. Sun Sept. 17, 1967
4 P.M.

High Holiday Services North
Miami Beach Auditorium
For Temple Affiliation and
Information Call 949-3429
WILL Your CHILDREN REMAIN JEWS?
JEWISH EDUCATION WILL PROVIDE THE ANSWER
REGISTER YOUR CHILD IN A JEWISH SCHOOL
OF YOUR CHOICE TODAY!
____ THERE IS A JEWISH SCHOOL IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD
HEBREW DEPARTMENTS OPEN TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 5
SUNDAY DEPARTMENTS OPEN SUNDAY. SEPTEMBER 10
FOR FULL INFORMATION AND DETAILS WRITE OR TELEPHONE
Bureau Of Jewish Education
(A member Agency of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation)
940 Lincoln Road Mall Miami Beach, Florida
Phone 531- 0403
The Bureau is continuing its Accreditation Program for qualifying schools. To date accredited
Hebrew departments include the schools of Beth David Congregation, Temple Beth Sholom ot
Miami Beach, Temple Emanu-EI, and Temple Menorah. Accredited one-day-a-week Reform depart^
ments include Temple Beth Am, Temple Beth El (Hollywood), Temple Israel, and Temple Sinai of a.
North Miami Beach Applications of other schools are now being processed. \ I
LOUIS SCHWARTZMAN, Executive Director
ALBERT E. OSSIP, President


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+Je*ist Hcridicir
Beth Jacob Slates Services at Hibiscus
Road at 10th Street
Rosh Hashona and Yom Kippur
observances and sermons will be
preached l>\ spiritual leader. Dr
Shmaryahu T. Swirskv who will
alternate in the pulpit witli
Schwartzman. executive d
Bureau of Jewish education The
,, j will I).' chanted bj Euro
pean concert artist, Cantor William
B Nussen. assisted by .1 symphonic
Bi'th Moshe Sisterhood held its choir
first membership tea on Wednes Reservations can be made at the
daj evening at the home of Mrs lodge evenings, Monday through
LeRoy M. Borofsky, 8T:i NE L53rd fhursdaj from 7 to it p.m and on
Friday. Scr'x-rr.ber !, 1
16-Year-Old Serve
In IS Congress
Both Jacob Synagogue, amon
Miami Beach's pioneer synagogues,
will hold High Holy Days Services
this year in the air-conditioned
Hibiscus Masonic Lodge <>" Alton
Sisterhood Holds
Membership Tea

RABBI T1BOR H. STERN is pictured with Rabbi Dr. Bernard
Bident, Torah Education Society oi
udent cf R.Z.A. on his right, with
Dr. Yitzhak Rata^I member oi the Israel Parliament
sident oi Mos.id Horav Kook Research Institute ot Je-
;em. on his left.
Rabbi Tibor Stern Heads RZA Council
Ter.
Mrs. Ben Zion Kirschenbaum,
wife of the congregation cantor.
was honored at the social
Committee members serving
with Mrs Sidney I. Schoen, me n
iM'iship chairman, included Me
dames LeRoy M Borofsky.
Epstein, Ron ild Fern and
Rand
Sunday mornings from 111 to 1 ;> m
Carl
.lav
bi Dr Tibor ll Stern, newly
elected president of the World
Talmud Award Council, of the
Religious Zionist Organization of
rua. was installed at a ban-
quet given in his honor at the
Waldorf-Astoria Hotel. New York.
awards were issued in Je-
Icm to \'2 students u ho writ'
selected by 'he chief Rabbinate
the Minister of Religious Af-
- These students also served
in the armed forces during the Six
awar I was designated in
honor of great personalities the
I 1 rid over Awards were presented
in the name of President Zalman
.,1 Chiel Rabbi Unterman.
Chief Chaplain Goren, General
v she Dayan A special award was
n 111 behalf of Jacob C. Cohen.
honorary chairman of the Council
The second presentation of awards
will be held in New York with the
participation of all major Yeshivot
111 the country
'Jerusalem of Gold'
On Radio Program
\ new song, "Jerusalem of
Gold," will be beard on the sea
son's first Jacob Schachter Jewish-
American program over Radio Sta-
tion WOAH this Sunday at noon.
Written by Naomi Shenien ,1 lew
lays before the Si\l)ay War in
Israel broke out. the song was
adopted and slum b> the Israeli
soldiers who participated in the
liberation of the Old City oi Jem
salem.
Painter's Works
At Burdines
The works of artist Phyllis An
plebaum will remain at Burdines
Dadeland Art Gallery, Home Store,
throuuh Sept 2.
Mi-- Applebaum. who works
primarily in oils and charcoal, at-
tended Miami Beach Senior Huh
and is now a senior a' Boston Cm
versitj School of Fine and Vpplied
Art-. She ha- been the recipient
Ol honors awards for outstanding
achievement in painting
+ DEADLINE ?
Deadline for the SPECIAL SECTION of the
ROSH HASHONA ISSUE, devoted to
ORGANIZATIONS and RELIGIOUS GROUPS
WILL BE MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11th.
If your Congregation or Organization wishes to be represent-
ed and has not as yet sent in Greeting, call Mrs. Thompson at
FR 3-4605
Young Marrieds
Plan For Season
Yoiiiiu Married Couples club of
Temple Beth Am. will meet on
Thtirsdaj evening, Sept. 7. in the
music room of the temple.
Michael Clein. chairman, will cuss programs for the coming year
and Harold Mai in will preside
The group welcomes couple- 30
years Of age and under Temple
affiliation is not required
New Principal For
Mesivta School
Rabbi David Sanders of Cleve
land. Ohio, has been named the
new principal ot the Mesivta of
i re iti r M iami the high school di
\ ision ol the Hebrew Academy of
Greater Miami Rabbi Sanders
who will assume his new duties at
the start of the school year on
Tuesday lake- over the post from
Rabbi Alexander S Gross, princi
pal of the Hebrev Academy. I
ing Rabbi Gross to supervise the
overall program ol the Academy
Rabbi Sander-, educational di
rector ol the Hillel Huh School in
Cleveland since 1964, served as
dean ol Ycshi> .1 1 1II1 1 in I
hannesburg. South Africa
1954 1 1 1964
He received his rabbinic al
ing at the Rabbinical College "t
1 el-he in Cleveland and an M \
in education at John Carroll l ni
versit> while in Miami he plai
continue w orking for his I'h 1
the I niversitv of Miami
Harmon Nathan Brod
year of 1 he Jewish
Medal for Em lish and
i- ni -1
in the I
State
in V. ,
D.C., as a
h
point*' ij 1
ires*
B r .
For
of thi
tcade \. .
book. 'I a
Harmon Brady mi
II.union is a ji nior at M i
Park Senior Huh when
e member of the
and track squad
S ,n oi Mr and M
|y, 211 sw 51st PI
u as recentl) elected \ Ice
of p Co intj Teen D -.
'Full Itruncli' For
lladassali I nit
1 1; i, Mdman Group I H
-ah i- sponsoring a "Fu
for new member- and
members on Sundaj S
1 \ll.ir/;- Hot, 1
Lillian Goodms
n chairman for the 11^
Mrs Jean Frank< I. vice
is in 1
v ., meeting -< hedule >r M
iaj Si pt 211 Mi-- S
1
National 11.id..ah Come iti< 1
be held al the Fontainebleau Hotel
^VVMMWyvvvVMVVV>^/vsvvvvvv^^^/,W^i^/^A^A*^
As of Monday August 21 we are under strict and constant
supervision of the Orthodox Vaad Hakashruth of Florid 1 and
the jurisdiction of its director, Rabbi Dr. Isaac Hirsh Evr.
VOLDMAVS KOSHKIt MEATS
1324 North East 163rd Street 945 0361
NORMAN'S Kiosni-.n MEATS
953 Washington Avenue 538-0221
Attention
Program Chairman:
On 1/011 iwi'd outstanding
aut'st sfU'iiLt'rs lor your
club, organization.
vminf event, or convention?
Call JE 1-1638
The Speakers Bureau
fo'L
fl
0\
"My customers keep asking why I
sleep in the back of my store Well,
not long ago I didn't have a store to
sleep in ... so I enjoy it. Carner
Bank people belived in my ability.
They lent me the capital to start my
business with and to expand.''
Carlos Florez, Proprietor
SKIN DIVER SUPPLIES
1103 5th Street, Miami Beach
v&ilno
FRANKFURTERS
juicq cvuxL
TOD PURE BEEF
Kaihn.th Supervision by
nrnminent OrthodOK R.ioot:
Rabbi Ben lion rtosenthal
mna two steady Mdshgichim
.' fciufcan,
uArxi knsrxR
p*ririkfwftTi
.a.aaaiM* s
VVIL.NO KOSHER ?T.?c-Too, Illinois oot
SALAMI FRANKFURTERS CORNED BEtr BOLOGNA
2181 N.W. 10th AVENUE Phone FR 1-6551
MIAMI BRANCH:
MAY WE HELP YOU GROW?
'Bank
(garner
V-^ OF MIAMI BEACH ._
NOW LOCATED IN OUR NEW BUILDING AT
930 WASHINGTON AVENUE
MIAMI BtACH, FLORIDA
He also likes us for the 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. hours
we keep at our walk-up and drive-in windows.
A great convenience for all working people.
If you work 'til 5:30 you only miss us by half
an hour.


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r
C_ -narwiin cjfy
yours,
h
d* a if ft UL^ipp
.' questions are asked
rfpadi htei i h
dies h i I
piling m a
for collegi np ises
countrj ire full il in
Robii ie CorenWum.
r of tli>' Ah In Corenblums.
i- pi ning to attend Memphis
stai Iversitj this fall, and is
d abouI the difference
ssories in this city to the
patent leather shoes ere
e of her questions Here
them winn almost an>
i night, but this
ake 11 correct 'Rul -ol
ia that shiny shoes, such
:i. it, are not worn "after
with the exception ol sal
In Hi. .. ninu the leather is flat.
I nding on whal l> pc
-- being worn and where
i i you would prob
tx safest to choose from
ack knl or black suede
i, post a problem for
-' juris who are going aw
-. Thcj are not u orn I
our i osm tpolitan cit>
i are in more northen
i in.-- Not for campus wear, bul
. H) when dressed for mosl
asioni Long gloves are
resei I for cocktail and evenin .
ih rule "i thumb" being
i rii'i- the sleeve, the longer
\i Leather gloves are
v <>i n most often, and black el
hov "i mid ai m length
\ dl take > ou most anyw here
Id not meet the end
ol your sleeve they must end
t'hi ou have al Ie it a i ouple
skin thou in i or n
be Ion. i iiDU- li to be well tucked
imii, ,: dress or suit sle c
w> | to weai for Sal
i lati i- another question
Robin i ked In pre> ious columns
iris were
asked what was worn on campus
i : the country-, the an
swers aried n seems that this
will ...- to follow another "rule
of :' I. thai .>> s "When In
linmi do as the Romans do
v Uie lime girls dress in
i. iher basic dresses Dark cot-
ton- start until the weather
cools ff, then knltn banlons and
wools are the fabrics usually rec-
ded Occasionally the girls
wear slacks but this tends to be
the exception not the rule.
M as Martha Kaplan, daughter
oi \h and Mri Howard Kaplan,
will be a senior at Killi.in High,
and she asked whether then-
should be a difference In dress
for t -.pie depending on Con
servatlve, Reform or Orthodox
service- When to wear a hat
was also included in her inquiry
Wh< attending Orthodox serv-
ices it is best to wear a dreas
with some sort of sleeve, and
necklines that remain discreetly
high, Jieads should be covered
with a small hat whieh will not
obstruct the view of someone sit
|jng behind you. The Conserva-
tive temples may lean to either
the Reform or Orthodox and it is
best u dress on the conservative
side ..' wear s hat if visiting a
temple for the first time Hats
are not required in the Reform
temple but if you want to wear
one permissible Sleeveless
dressi are also worn and the
dress in general is not as sub
dm I is staa at the other
set \ i
Martha also asked about the
type of dreas one wears to a wed-
dm sted that white
not lie Worn, as thta color is re
ei > the bride Several of
VC/IT Section
To Hear Mrs. /7/rr
Greater Miami S .ion. National
i ouhcil ol Jewish Women, will b
gin the club year with di\ Opel
board meeting on Wednesday, 10
a in ai Jordan Marsh Auditorium
Mrs \.iion Fair, a NCJW vice ==
president, will discuss her recent lay
\uxiliar _____
the (A/otnan s lAJovld
idfewish FloHdian
.'
1Q.
Ihe etiquel also su
thai
ret onr. i silk en-
semble foi i thi ui si.
i i> on tin' con
servati\ ide so ,, l0 take
">> tti in awal from the
irty.
M Ma i a Berhhcimer will
be a -i n.or M Palmetto Hi jh,
and she is concerni I about the
correcl dress length for school
The daughter of the Ker nil Bern
heimers also asked about the
fashionable (apes for school
Most schools print their stand
ards ol dress in student hand
ilirls are required to wear
dn wes v ith some individual
culotti II
than
pan's vjlule the short skirt re-
mains popular with the girls, .t is
csted thai each skirl and
di be tried on in thi pi \\ acj
ol your bedroom where you can
prai ht hair
in ii nl a mirror \- long as
the skirt permits modesty, the
length will usually be acceptable
lo most schools While sitting in
classes, however, the tendencj is
for Ihe skirts lo creep up and
tin- mi thu i b de
1 Paris i- dropping hemlines
to the center of the knees .,> .,
line tli d ho\ er ai omul the
knee or even slightly above it
should 1 : for this sea-oil's
school wardri
Capes will In seen when the
iher eooN. but it must be re
b thai they are a fash
ion/ad and thai too much money
ild not 'h' invested in them
for a high school wardrobe
Miss Bn da Fox daughter of
Dr at rl Mrs Edward Fox, ill
stevens College in
lliss< llri, and she asked mv
i in on the mini and maxi
-' irts These ..... fashion fads
in 'v lo for only a short
time it's fun to buy
and wear some of these
Clothes as vanetv is the spice of
life, but again not to invest heav-
ily in them
This brings us to the nexl
question of whether to suggest a
suede or corduroy co.it for winter
Since one of the most expensive
items in your wardrobe is your
coat it should be one that will
give the most wear and be able
to hi' worn the most often The
Style should be in fashion, not a
tad. and the suede fabric will last
longer and wear better than the
corduroy
Brenda asked about the dress
for homecoming cocktail or
floor length shoes, hat. gloves'
A short cocktail length dress may
be worn for many occasions, so
one should be packed along with
evening shoes and long gloves
When you arrive on campus you
can always buy a floor length
sown if necessary. It's best to
take basics and fill in as you
JWV Ran Meeting
And Fun Games
West Miami Auxiliar; Jev ish
War Veterans, will hold a regular
business meeting on Thurs lay
Sepl 7. a p m at Temple \h,
Sholom 988 SW 67th \ve Mid-
'crm election for thi pa-
triotic instructor w ill be held
Presidin offi t v ill be Mrs
N irman Burman, presidi nt ol Ihe
trip to Israel taken w ith 16 other
Council lea lera at the request of
the Israeli government On the fact
finding mission, the women me*.
with government leaders including
President Shazar, as well as edu-
cators social workers, leader- ol
' oluntary or lanizations. Israeli
Jews, Jordanian Arabs and men
and w omen in the armed forces
Mrs Edwin Oppenheim, section
lent, v-si11 announce plan- for
' i 67 i'H club year
The Vuxiliarv and Post will hold
nl games nigh) on Wednesday
.....ning a! Temple Ah.ua! -
lorn, with Abe Isgar and Mr- .lack
Pales in charge of reservations
N rn at Burman is post ,
msnder
need to Hats are rarely worn
after five
The question ol textured hose
11 m up again They are seen on
so m campu no! i n oil
All northern cities have an tin-
i e ol dress that requires
stockings to Ix- worn when you
are dressed and mosl cities re
quire gloves When you arrivi se<
what the upper classmen are
wearing Pack a couple pan- of
textured hose, buy more if von
need to or put them away in
your drawer if no one else is
weai ing them
A fi w gi neralizations to keep
m mind in deciding what to wear
.ii include the time
of under
dr, >sii .. on the conscn ative side
until you learn the accepted
..nl of dress for the pa
the i iiintrj you are in It's easier
to add to your wardrobe as you
see what fashion trends develop:
hats are returning to fashion
prominence as they create a total
look: gloves are a must for dress;
and it's best to plan your ward-
robe around I lie or two colors ol
Complete sets of accessories than
to cud up with a hodge-podge of
clothes ih.it don't go together.
MRS. MAX M. ROSENBERG.
Americen Ith Ol
r-.l convi (Soul nda
Seated Mrs. I
Harold S Bai

. .
at Chicago': II
Sepl
<_/n Ulie r\ calm of <_^ocfVfy
Visiting with the Israel I.
K ei ol 809 Se\ ilia v
1 i. are Mr and Mrs < onrad
I. Kussner, daughter D< br i and
Stephen of Mountain Brook
ingham, Ala where < i
:- a research chi mist with the
Southel ii Re* arch Institute
During their stay there was a
meeting ol the Kussner clan to
ate then- parents' 35th we I
ding anniversarj Other
b< i- of the famiiy on hand for the
festivities, another son. Robert.
Mr and Mrs Paul Kussner. son
M iv id and daughter. Arlene
Additional activ ities include | a
trip to the Kej night clul
and sightseeing .
A daughter, l.aun n M ar e
Aug 18. to Dr and Mrs R
Sterling, 870 SW 85th St
Arrived before her, brothers Lee
and Craig Mother of the trio
is the former N'ancv Pepper
daughter ol Dr and Mrs Max
Pepper Dr Sterling is the
soti oi Bernard Sterling and the
late Libb) Sterling .
Sandy Kaplan and Ratiimy Kat
tan, who were wed oil Saturday
evening, Aug 'it!. Had just two
weeks to learn that they were
for each other'
l ada-- il. 'our to Israi I
led bj Roz Mrs i ierald P S
al Men > Hos-
luced to the
Israeli vhi follow ed her to v'
as soon as he had completed -i r\
.
Isi ael Aim S x il. v \v ar Sim e
she was i espoi ble I
a onlj iiist for Roz
to offe '
s\\ Tilth Ter for the nuptials
"Mucho Love" from the
nej Ruth and 1 ou. vat
with daughter Nelsa and son Jef-
in Mexico .
An l a two month tri|
>,iace and Bernie Pi
who when last heard Iron; W re
sightseeing in Glasgow, S :
JWV Aux. Breakfast Meet
Hialeah Miami Springs Jewish
War Veterans Auxiliary Post oR!
will hold a breakfast meeting al
Park I.ane Cafeteria. 250 E 4tli
\\ e Hialeah at '.) Ml a in on Sun
day, Sept Hi Prospective mem-
bers are inv ited
LIOYD S. APPLE
CATERERS
FOR THOSE PARTICULAR PERSONS WHO
ARE INTERESTED IN TRULY FINE CATERING
AND THE ULTIMATE IN A PRESTIGE AFFAIR
PLEASE PHONE OR WRITE 145 MENORES CORAL GABLES
FOR ESTIMATES CONCERNING FUNCTIONS
COMMENCING JANUARY 1968
PHONE 448 2840 or 448-5WP
IMPtETElV BOOKED BALANCE
LLOYD S. APPLE
Catering Director
PRIVATE PARTIES WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS BANQUETS VPtIR HOMF TEMP OP CLUB
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*Jenist> McridBaun
Friday, September 1. 1967
<7>
ranee a
Xef,
man
BEVERLY
We
the
Women
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Beverlj (Mrs Alvin Rosen d herself as a little
countrj girl She was boi Texas, a small dol
on thi- map within ;i hun Ired mile radius of Houston, Free-
port and Dallas Her ither on her mother's side,
,'ns l>.;i(l I Ol
ti. eers in the tov
en along came &
en he man
ler, thej stayed in Lufkin. too
1'.l\ rlj was an only child, and
- -in' had a marvelous child-
l\ I. even thou !h she w as spoiled
rotl .i- so man) onlj children
...
Is who live In small tow ns
usuallj go tn surrounding bigger
towns to visit, when they reach
the dating agi But Beverlj want-
ed tn be different wen!
away to Stevens College for two
years, then the I niversity of Mi-
ami until graduation in 1953 At
Stevens she studied TV' and Radio writing and also did -ome
acting on the college radio station. Sin- continued TV and
Radio work at I M For two years she worked at WITV,
Channel 17, in Hallandale, writing continuity until they
went off the air.
Beverly's first marriage produced three children. How-
1 i Steven and Scott. When she remarried two years ago.
acquired three moreAl Rosen had Keith. Kevin and
Nancy, When the) all gel tgether, it's great fun. They be-
long She is active in the Young Women's Division of the
Combined Jewish Appeal an : Is an officer in Beth Am
Sisterhood. She has been active in the Beth Am Sunday
School VIP tVery Interested Parents) program and has
appeared in Temple show i
Last year she won the Presidents Award in the Sub-
urban league and this year she herself is president. She
toes volunteer work at Variety Children's Hospital, spend-
ing most of her time in the pharmacy department. Working
as a volunteer gives bei a great sense of accomplishment.
Beverly was active as a Cub Scout Den Mother, but has
retired until her third son. Scott, is ready to join the Cub
s> mts.
The Rosens live way out at the southern end of the
Palmetto Expressway While Beverly loves to work in the
yard, she complains she must have a brown thumbonly
one roe hush has survived her tender care. She likes
lie as all country girls do, the says, and loves to enter
n in an informal fashion She plays in two bowling
leagues and has some trophies. However, she says her
game was better a few years ago
The Rosens divide their vacations, taking the children
with them one time, and the next time going by themselves.
Their favorite spot is Jamaica They belong to Kings Bay
Y.icht Club and go there for swimming and sports. Beverly
likes to play golf with her husband: he likes her to come
into their pharmacyDadeiand Medical Apothecaryanil
work with him. She does this three or four times a week,
and enjoys it. just as she enjoys doing all the volunf er
work she does This is because, she says, she's still a
countrv gill at heart and loves all people.
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The bride's sister, busan < hasan,
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Nanc) Tauss and Barbara Lev)
h ei e bridesmaids
'l he hi idegroom had P ml Mai
van as best man, and among ishers
were Barnett Schwart/man, Alan
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SolU at 7890 SW 79th Ter.. was
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Kattan on Saturday night Aug ~<<
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became the bride ol James M
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Reiss 1212 NK 1761h Ter North
Miami Hearh. on Sunday, .
at the I arillon Hotel
Rabbi Max Lipschitz and the
- cousin. Rabbi Morton Lei(
Mew York <" i t >. o
it the double ring cerem i
Fi r her wedding, the bi ide w in
i white silk '.i
on lace gow n v ith icv el
line, long tapered lace sleeves and
a flowing chapel 'ram The match
: i led headpiece featured a
AIRS. JAMES RE/SS
triple tier of French illusi<
( arried a bouqut t i I white
oses and lily ol the alle),
Matron ol honor w is Mrs Burt
\ and among bridesmaids
,11 ci bride, were Ei
Bom i i"l D ane Sweet
- i k ". Ellen
Itei
rhifl wns
! i ness
'. Ri
I m m and Ui 'iid
I Robert an I Mitchell Halbrich,
. brothers, Kenn) Suss-
D irpenti r, Mat! Si hi
hai \ ilenti Bnd Te l L
e bndi al nded th L'ni prsitj
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with Si Delta 1 u Sororit)
itinue her studies at
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Parents of the i
id Mrs. Al G I
Baj I: I Mi and Mrs > :.. W
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Bi lay all i dai ti luded fl
Andrea Berson, Pamela Cornwell
I inda Jackson, bridesmaids
the bridegroom was
ii and ai
i ; h R licui Philip Luckett
Richard Kessler.
Mr >\ einstein, gra luate of
Miami Norland Senior High, is now
a Student at Miami Dade Jutlioi
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(A/edding J^jclls hincj Jjor Ukerne ^Fjridet

Federman-Dresnick
Wearing a bridal sh>w n ofChan-
lilly lace, the former Diane Sheila
Dresnick exchaned ni^n-'a8e vows
with Larry Stephen Federman on
Saturday i veiling Aug 2ti. The
Rubaiyat iioom of the Aimers Ho
'el was the site of the ceremony
conducted by Rabbi Irwin Cutler.
Parents li th ne l> 'd are
Mr and Mrs Ted Dresnick 17940
NW 6th \ i and Mr and '
- i nan. 2! i St..
ply ( lei phi a
Follow in
''el West It
Vm< ii pi will li\ e in
M Bi el
lo the
V pre Ellen !' rzon and Bev -rly
brideeri nut's brol
Norman Fed rman, served as his
best man
\ gra luate of Norland
Mrs F-'derman attended Miami-
Dade Junior i 'ol ee I le jroom
i. an ilumnuf ol Lincoln High and
Rudemar School ol C< metolo y,
both in Philadelphia
MRSHtHRY DAVIS
Davis-Left
pel of Ten pie Sinai was
tor the Satt rdaj even-
: ueddii i on \u, 26, which
, i sheron Deborah, daughter
and Mrs Jerrj Lett. 4519
, Si Holly and
i : Davis, mi ol Mr and
David Davis f Jai ksonville
bb Di id Shapiro ifficiated
ii > u hich was followed
! lion at the Hollywood
h ii u I I mr'irj ciut> On their
n turn fr i honeyi in Nat
- the newly weds will live at 1111
6th \. i Gaim
i ii tin n iptiaK the bride wore
, ma in ol Ii peau
lie a \lrii n lace Ii was
d will a ii. Hi: i ,: square
: d i wcci sleeves
featurins lact so lei I he chapel
t. ain fell :. om the fitte I aiatline,
i -hanced with u la at the
ine A matching lace i>illix>x
with peau de sole roses held the
bouffant veil of ivorj silk illusion,
and the bridal bouquet a- made
up of whiti sweetheai I i ses.
Wearing formal [owns il erne-
,aki and Nile green
crepe a U dants ii It I Cathy
Ann Lefl hoi ir, Mrs.
ncer Gordon, ma:. ol honor,
li .1.i Elissa I i I harna
irtzl ;'. li
,i i akei i ma ''i ucn'
| .!.-.;, .111(1
i k.
Broward
, w Mi Da' is a senior at
i :... rsitj of Fl en
, as se< tan ( "un
i and is membei ; chesis
Her bridegroom is u graduate
of Laddon High attends
t I niversit; ol I ida He i^ a
ol th< l S Naval Air
I; en i -
MRS. JOtL GlUR
Geyer-Haber
Atlanta. Ga., will be the future
home of the former Judith Deborah.
daughter ol Mr ai d III Joseph
l. Haber, woo SW 20th St and
Joel E Geyer, son of Mr. and Mrs
Jack Geyer, 2310 SW 2nd Ave.,
who exchanged marriage vows on
Sundaj \ 27
Held at Beth David Congregation,
the 2 p m ceremony was conduct
ed bj Rabbi Sol Landau and Cantor
William W Lipson, and was follow-
ed by a reception in Spectoi Hall of
Beth David.
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leibowifz-Greenberg
ArKne Judith Greenberg and
David Leibowitz were married
V;.- 27. In Beth Israel
Congregation, Miami Beach, bj
Rabbi il Leibowitz, father of the
bridegroom.
The bnde. daughter of Mr an I
\lr- Joseph H M. Greenberg B20
NE 175th St. North Miami Beach,
raduated from the Hebrew Ac id
emy, Miami Beach Senior High,
ind currentlj attends stern College
for Women in New York Ckj where
she i- an education major She is
the granddaughter of Rachel Katt
of Miami Beach, and the late
Rabbi Meyer Katz. and of Mis
Anna Friedman ot New York.
The bridegroom, son of Rabbi
and Mrs Herachel Ldbowiti, Bal-
timore, Md graduated from Tal
mudlcal Academy in Baltimore.
i and Yesluva University, and is now
a student at New York University
Law School where he is a member
of the Editorial Board of Law Re
view He is the grandson of Mrs
Rebecca Rabmowitz and the late
Mordechai Rabinowitz of Balti
' more, and Mrs. Mamie I.ebovitch
of Montreal. Canada
New Vis Leibowiti wore a ca-e
of Chantilly lace and carried white
roses Her attendants were Judith
Brower, Arlynn Katz and Mrs.
Phillip Labovitz. sister of the
-iroom.
I'shers were David Minis. David
I.uchins. Robert and William
I Greenberg, brothers of the bride;
MRS. IARRV ftDtRMAN
Rabin Phillip Labovitz was best
man.
The bndal procession was led
by Mrs. Dean Colish, the bride's
grandmother, escorted by Nea'
Haber, brother ol the bride, and
Mrs Ida Euretsky, the grandmother
ol the gi om, escorted bj Jeifrej
usin.
Attending the couple w re Mrs
Sbr.li> Yaskin and David Geyer,
the | brother, who served
as best man. Miss Sharon Snow wa-
in charge ol the ^uest book
A graduate of Southwest Miami
ip,.(, -.. Mrs Geyer attended
Sophie Newcomb College and is now
a Mia.. ..I at norj i mversitj She
i- a past preident and life member
of T'sion BBG.
Now a senior a) Georgia Institute
of Technolgy, the bridegroom is
a graduate of Coral Gables High
He is a meber of Zeta Chapter of
Alpha Epsilon Fraternity
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Friday, September 1, 19B7
June Nuptials
For Deena Cordon
Mr and Mr- Julius Gordon, f
7:. m: 174th Dr.. North Miami
Beach, announce the engagei
'of their daughter. Beena Lynn, to
Lloyd Harris Mehlman, -on of Dr.
Mid Mrs Joseph S Mehlman oi
Miami Beach and Brooklyn. N Y.
Mi-- Ciinion i- a senior, major-
ing in education, at the Univers t\
i Miami Her fiance i- a graduate
>f the L'niversitj ol Miami He
ps m 'he V s Coast Guard Re-
ten es and is now in the real e-
investment field in South
Fieri
A June wedding is planned.
MISS DONNA IthMAN
Donna Lehman
Engaged to Louver
Mr. and Mrs Sidney Lehman.
1811 SW 18th St. have announced
the < nga ement and future mar-
i age "i IIm ir daughter, Donna
B< >-erlj to Ronald H Isroff, son
Mrs Harold l-
Date ol the wedding
will be April ii. i
\ graduate ol Miami senior
.M re she was a member of
Pin Delta Gamma Sororitj and
'iua;i oi Alpha Phi Pi Fit-
nity, the bride-elect has an at
ate oi arts degree from Miami-
Dade Junior College and i-- now a
liar at Ohio Mate University.
I (K- prospective bridegroom has
i e in iccounting and a B S
d) -uee in busines- administration
tj win re be
Mas affiliated with Phi Sigma Del-
ta Praternitj and v. a- an officer
oi the Student Government, He
.. o earn I .. Juris Doctor degree
from Ohio state UniversH) College
oi Law where he served as secre-
tar} of Tau Epsilon Bho, legal
fraternity, as treasurer ol the
lent Bar Aesn and was a mem-
ber of the Moo' (ourt National
iK'tit: m Team He is presently
with the Office of Chief Co
oi the r s Treasurj Dept in New
i ik (its
Friday Services
(Pier I'M Radio
Sisterhood >>f Temple Israel of
Greater Miami will sponsor a new
weekly radio program over FM
Station WWPB ivory Friday night
beginning at 8 p.m., as a commu-
nity sen for the sick and .shut-
in- who are unable to attend the
regular services
To be known as The Temple
Israel Hour. the program will
consist of two segments. The first
15 minutes will feature sacred
music, readings and public service
presents! on- At 8:15. the regular
Friday evening services will be
bmadcast live from the Temple at
137 NE ltfth St.
MISS OltNA GORDON
Membership Coffee Set
rhOOd of Temple Or Olom
will hold another in its series ol
membership coffee- on Wednesday,
p in in the home of Sister
: president Mi Joseph Both-
nia n
Membership vice president is
Mrs. Lawrence Kaplan
Pythian Sisters
Fete Grand Chief
Roosevetl Temple. Pythian Sis
will entertain Grand thief
Beatrice Nicholson at a covered
lish luncheon on Wednesday at the
home ot most excellent chief. Mrs
ll\ Goldsmith.
On Wednesda} evening at 4601
W Flagler St., Mrs Nicholsons
ifficial visit will be highlighted
in a candlelight ceremon.) of re-
sbligation.
Miami Area Women
At AMC Biennial
Delegates .md presidents rcpre
fating the Circular AImhvu area at
the biennial convention of the
American Medical tenter held in
Denver. Colo late m Jul} include
Mrs Arthur Felgele* president.
Mr- Abner Miller. Mrs l.om-
Teitch Biscayne chapter: Mrs lo
-eph Nurenbei \ president Mrs
William Merger Mrs Meyci Sil
Mi .Pick Weiner. Cot
Vlso, Mi rruccio pres
ident. Flam'ngo: Mrs V
Mitchi II Mis Sadie Isaacson, Mrs
i man, Greatei Miami:
Mrs Morn- c, iluskin pi i '
Miss Nettye c arp Mi Joseph
Rfchman. Tropical Mrs Jo
schafter. president, D i Mints
Council.
The Amcrit an Me lical Center
is .! iree. national, noii sectarian
lital. devoted to the treatment
, .mcer and chronic respirator}
liseases, and lo cancer research
Numerous patients have been
sent Pom the local area over a
period ol years
Cantor Parnass
At Israelite Center
Cantor Nathan I'arnass. .vho ha?
served synagogue! In the New
York and New Jersej irea-. is
,iv issociated with Israelite Cen
ter Temple
i antor Parnass was bom in E*(
land and spent his youth it Vienna
where he sai in tempi" eh i
Mi, min I to the Unite. St
l. served three
the i S Arm} durin W
li
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[jar- <[y a s ^JVl itzv a It s
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fred freundlich
Michael Lithman
Michael son of Mr and Mrs
Max Lithman, will Become Bai
Mitzvah at Beth Moshe Congrega
tion mi Saturday, Sept. 2 Michael
Mill conduct the traditional sen
,i, ml Ihe Haftorah
An Oneg Shabbal .it thi Fi
evening services and a Kiddu-h
ii ning ill be held in
! Social Hall sponsored l>>
Mr and Mrs Lithman in Michael's
Michael is > student of the
\loahc Hi ligious School -r<\
nds North Miami Junior n ii
uhere he plays trumpet "in the
scho >i bend
S iturday evening .i receptii n
ill be hi i tor n nth s and
friends at the Balmoral Hotel
Slewen Kane
Steven Herman son ol Mr and
Mi- Irving Kane 17450 NE 3rd
\\. \-.]\ b> come Bar Mi:/' :ih on
Saturda) morning. epl 2 at the
Beth 'lin.tli Congregation
The '!' bran! attends John F
Kenm i. Junior High, where he is
" year in an acceler
a ted program He is in the second
irear high school class at Ihe Beth
rorah Harold Wolk Religious
school and plans to continue his
studies after Bar Mitzvah He col-
Hi. stamps, i- an avid reader ami
ha- participated in Little 1 eafue
baseball in the North Miami Beach
area
Reception Mill be held Satui lay
at the Diploma! Countn Club
Among guests will be maternal
grai ', Mrs Fannie R 15a
lik, of Bal Harboui
James Tredwell
i m Saturday morning, Sepl 2.
h 45 a in James, son ot Mr
. ml Mrs William Tredwell, 13140
I oronado Lane North Miami, will
Bar Mitzvah .it Temple Ner
id
Janv s student al North
Miami High and Temple
I Rdi i is School He
is baseball fan, collects
fred Irvine
Alan Drecktler
stamps and coins and enjoys car
d< signing
\ Kiddush will follow the sen
and .i reception in honor of
James "ill be held Saturda) ve
nina al the Fontainebleau Hotel
Bonnie Borcns'ein
Howard Wacks
Marc Schwarfi
Alan friedel
Alan Drecksler
Alan Friedel
Alan. son ol Mr and Mrs Hun
ild Friedel, 17801 Nl". 9th Cl
North Miami Beach, will become
Bar Mitzvah on Satui laj morning
Sepl .' at Beth Torah Congrega
lion Hi- will receive a bible on
ill ol the Mollie Kahaner Sis
lerhooi
Alan i is attende i Beth 'Torah
Hebn S< Itool for four years, and
is an honor -indent ;i' John F
K< nned> Junior High, taking an
iccelerated malh pronram He be
to the North Miami Beai h
Ti nnis Club, has played league
I and plays the guitar
\ Kiddush following the Satur
mornii B sen ici ill be ten
ricred by his parents, and recep
ion in Alan's honor will be held
it the DeauviUe Hotel in the Na
poleon Room Saturday evening.
lint of town pucsts ill include
grandparents, Mr and Mrs Moe
del of Oreal Neck. N Y
Howard Sy, son of Mr and Mrs
Mike Wacks, ;;:(i NE 165th St
North Miami Beach, was Bar Mitz
vah on Saturda) morning, Aug 26
.it Beth Torah Congregation
The celebrant attends John F
Kennedy Junior lliuh and is in the
fith grade Harold h;is attended
Beth rorah Harold Wolk Religious
1 since pre-school days, and
will continue hi> Hebrew studies
tlu> fall in a pre confii mation
ass He is interested in historj
\ buffet dinner reception a>
Saturday c\ ening at l nil i '
Hall Guests included paternal
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs ll\
in.,11 \Vaek~ if New York, and
maternal grandparents, Mr and
Mrs Richard Loebel North Miami
ch
SCHECHTER & HIRSCH'S AN
CSKlBSEf^li
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BOSH MASHANAH
A TOM KIPPUR
Semen 0*' font
S|Jf(r 0a Miia flsir
lit i liitfiitiM Sad'1"'
STRICUt KOSHER
DINING ROOM OPEN TO PURIIC
1 Cjleriaf. Baltics 1100 ll 3b0!
J7lK to 31ih ST.. MIAMI ilACM
STRICTLY KOSHER
under (3) suparmion
ONLY GUn MEATS StRVEO
Free Chaise Lounges I Mats
Free Parking On Premises
Salt t Sagar Fiee Diets
SPECIAL WEEKEND RATES
SSR*TI0NS J l-OMI ____
RESERVE FOR HIGH HOLIDAYS
FABULOUS JACOBS KOSHER CUISINE
RitzPlaza
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IGIACH
HOTEL
POOL
CABANA CLUB
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,OH HOLY DAYS
Sc.v.ce, on I
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IMMMNI CANTOR
OCEAN AT 17TH ST., MIAMI BEACH
ALL DE-LUXE ACCOMMODATIONS ALL
OUTSIOL ROOMS! TV. in oveiy room
! FREE PARKING
nditioni-cl and Hea'
CONSTANT R,.BBINirAL SUPERVISION
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO D'ET REQUIRE-
MENTS
DIETARY IA.VS STRICTIY OBSERVEO
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FtEC CHAISE LOUNGES
MIAMI BEACH JE 2-9741
FALL BUDGET PLAN
SJ150" daily per person double
occ lo Dec 1.
|NOT INCLUDING HIGH HOI I
DAVSl -14 of 1*0 rooms. WITH TWO
GOURMET MEALS Chndrer under
10 in same room w,th parents are
ch.uofl 'or meals only
Alan Lee, ~"ii ol Mr- Samuel
Drecksler and the late Mr Drecks-
ler. will be Bar Mitzvah ;it Temple
Beth Sholom on Saturda) Sept. 2.
Marc Schwartz
Mare Kevin Schwartz will be-
come Bar Mitzvah ;it Temple \|,
norah Saturda). Sepl 2
Mare is ,i student of the Re-
ligious School and also an eighth
trader al Nautilus Junior High
A Kiddush will follow services
and ,i teen-age dinnerdancc "ill
he held ;it the S.i\ony Hotel in the
evening
On Sunda) evening a dinner
parl) will be held for members "t
Sfeven Kone Lawrence Bookman
the Tamil) and friend- .it the SI
li-ht Rool of the D iral Beach
Hotel
Howard Seiden
1 |ov ard in ol Mr and M i s.
ill raid Seiden, will observe his Bar
Mitzvah Saturday morning, Sepl 2
I 11 mplc '' m
Howard is an eighth gt adc pupil
al South Miami Junior Hub. an
-nd in science and sports
Mr and Mrs Seiden will hosl
Kiddush follow ing the sen ii -
and .i dinner reception .it I i
Famous Restaui anl in of thi
celeb
Bonnie Borenslein
Bonnie Jean daughter of Mr
.mil Mrs Ken Borvinstein 940 ME
176th SI North Mian I Beach, will
become Bas Mitzvah -it special late
Frida> evening wn ices on Sept l
,,t B< th l orah Congregation
Bonnie ia in ei [hth grade stu
dent .it John I Kenned) Junior
High She has attended the Harold
Wolk Hebrew School for eighl years
and was a member ol the 1961
graduating class
Out-of-town guests will include
her brother Michael a student at
Ihe i 'niversity ol W isc msin in
Madison, ^
Lawrence Bookman
I av rent e Barl sue ol \l r and
Mrs Raymond Bookman North
Miami Beach, was Bar Mitzvah on
26 al Beth Torah
I arry attends John F Kenned)
Junior High, and is an honor stu
dent in the eighth grade He is ;i
raduate ol the Beth Torah Harold
Wolk Religious School and will
attend the sixth grade this fall
Il<- received an award of scholar-
ship in Hebrew, and was active in
Little League baseball for three
j ears
\ reception w as held Sunday eve-
ning .it Beth Torah Guests in-
eluded grandparents, Mr and Mrs
Philip Yasser and Mr and Mrs
II. II Bookman
MORRIS & RUTH IERNER
HARRY ZUCKERMAN
Catering for All Occasions
Established in 1945
Famous
471 WASHINGTON AVE.
JE 1-3917
MIAMI
FACILITIES BEACH
NOW Oi
^sfaurant
I;.V 7 HAYS .1 WEEK
fit. BATi MtttO SPANISH RESTAURANT
Specialty of the Mouse PAELLA VAIENCIANA"
Open 11:30 A.M. Til 11 P.M. Doily
2322 N.W. 7th STREET, MIAMI Phone NE 3-9496
Fred Freundlich
"n Saturda) sen' 2, Fred, son
it Mr ;,nil Mrs Marcus Freund-
i< h, will become Bar Mitz\ ah .it
1 iferelh Jacob
Fred attends Coral Gables Vcad
emy He enjoys -km diving and
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'There will '>e .< dinner al Miami
- \ il las on Saturda) i i
foi I) and friends
Fred Levine
Fred David, son of Mr and VI -
Slanli y 1 ev ine, h ill b, con e Bar
in il irila) Sepl 2
Emanu El
Fred will start Ihe
al S'autilus Junior High School He
has i in awa l- in < ssa) and has
been on the honor i oil
'11 ut will Ih- honored al
ception following the sen Ice
,it ihe I leau Hoti
Fred's grandmother Mrs Rhoda
M I.cmiic. will attend the event
HAROLD PONT jnd :\"N liOROON
I.OIIIMI.X and I'OX I
ii-lJl KOSHER CATERERS "HMI
Ufa* from hors d'oeuvres to a COmplel* m tt s*aw
170 N.W. 5th ST., MIAMI PHONE FR 4-2655
Undsr Ihe itrict supervision of the Uniteo Kashrus Association of
Greater MiamiSupervising Rabt-i Rabbi Abraham J Safra
OWN HOUSt WEDDINGS 8AK HITZVAHS RtClfTIOHt

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At Your Home, Hall or Synagogue
Uiomi'% Only "Shomer Sfiabbos' Brsfauranf Qualify Par Excellence
8393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI Phone 226-1744
SAND-ELL KOSHER CATERERS Under Rabbinical Supervision BAR MITZVAHS WFDDINGS PARTIES Sprcia'uifig in Meme Calerinfl and Haiti Work SOL WEISS
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Friday. September 1. 1967
Paul Muni. Famed
Actor. Dead at 71
y
LOS AXGKLESiJTAl-Funfral
service! were held in Hollywood
'. ; Paul Muni, famous
Jewish American actor, who died
Ken 1 a1 his home in Santa
al thi 71 The
nducted bj Rabbi
::ent
Bel Ham < ry.
'i was
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Weisi : and first came into
5 '-! ng
ild Yid-
\:- >atei i Sew ^ irk He
stai in H Uj *oo i. and
on the Broadway sta
einR kno >ne of
America's foremost character ac-
id won many awar is. includ-
the coveted "Oscar" tor his
g : the movies
Rabin Mentioned
As Reportedly
Replacing Harmon
Washington (.'ita>- Major
General Yitzhak Rabin. Israeli
Chief of Staff, whtSbe strategy "Tn
th.- Six Day Ai ;ih-Israel War was
credited by many as a major factor
in Israel's stunning victory, will
succeed Avr.iiiam llarman as Am
hassador io the United states, it
was reported in reliable circles
| here this week The Israeli F.m
I 'jass\ here said it had "no com-
ment" on the report.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
tmoi. MUKil
Deaths In
Greater Miami
The 45-year-old Israel-born gen-
eral is expected to replace Ambas-
sador Harman by the end of this
year, according to the report Me
has not previously held any diplo-
matic post.
Mr. llarman has served eight
years in Washington. Last year he
had asked to be relieved, but was
persuaded to remain at his post
Sey nour Wettler. officer and during the crisis. He is considered
a likely choice in Israel for the
presidency of the Hebrew Univer-
sity.
Seymour Wetzler
Heads Fashion Unit
GRAHAM
principal of GiGi of Miami, dress
and -: rtswear manufacturing
firm, has been elected the new
-^resident cf the Florida Fashion
Council. Mr. Wetzler. who was
elected unanimously at the Coun-
recent annual meeting, suc-
reeds Irvine Kern of Miami Orig-
inal- in lli.ile.ih
Council Mission
Ends Israel Visit
M B did
I u ;,
4'..i Olllns Ave
Alia 2" He i ame here
,,,.-.i i .;m m JERISALEM -(WNSi After
Mr Wetzler Is a lonR-t,me man exnjlaration of the June vjc.
, ufacturer. having been in business h rcmajn cnormous ko.
.....1 for the Past ',0 >'cars ,n New York,nomic and social tasks for Israel
the
ission
: ar-o. when he and Mickey Steckloff ^^nd^^^'FlinijswbJch this
CIRCUIT COURT. ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. OADE
COUNTY.FLORIDA
No 67-13640
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
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IN AND FOB DACE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 75875-C
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Da led ..i Miami, Florida, Ihla 28
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Ill'TII JACKMAN
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the Iki da) of s.i.i. mb. > 7
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Ml N K Third Avi I lie
Miami. Florida J311J
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF T"E
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
No '--13209
- FOR DIVORCE
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ember of Attlmolive_ Booeter uul.. ^lM of lne <-0Uncl of Jewish Fed
launched their present firm. He
Club in ,.f N.Y.C
i' ; launcnea tne.r present ,,rm. "^ wcck completcd a ten.dav study of
rvic was also president of Club and -n lgrael of erncrRenc>
au, a. Blart^r, Countr> Sporlswcar. fllnds raised in the United States
------------------------- Mr Wetzler. active in civic and during and since the June crisis
LIPSKY nhilanthrooie work, resides with and of Israel's postwar problems
JOSEPH 7. "- Weal Broadvle* bis wife. Florer.c". at The Seasons and needs.
'Apartments, 5005 Collins Ave.., ne mission .which was headed
Wetzler has been in the forefront by 1-ouis .1 Fox. CJFWF president
of a move to assist all Florida in \ studied the nature and causes o
ii. | Hai i. paaaed awaj
M, ||. .,! i ..' H jrearii aao
ph ., ai 'l i iho found-
ijjhi r"a R< xtauran! Hi
merl) opal aled VN olfla >-
taui ant !! wai
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i:u<- i^ il" PTeedom
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GALLANTAR. Mi 71 of
\u, is ., tory taxes. Such interest is in keep-
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Israel's unemployment which has
averam-d more than 30.000 and hit
especially younger Israeli workers
The mission members visited about
30 development towns with a popu
lation of 250,000 newcomers and
met with Israel government and
Jewish Agency leaders, including
Premier Levl Eshkol and Jewish
Ag BCJ executive chairman. A 1.
Pincus. They discussed proWems
of providinji education and voca
tional training for the newcomers
.ml the need to coordinate servici -
to them and to integrate the Immi-
grants more fully into the BUT
rounding urban areas.
The mission members will re-
port to the CJFVi F Board ol Dircc
tors this week and later lo the
CJFWF General Assembly which
be held in Cleveland in No
vember
9 I
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 7S670-A
In RE Batata "I
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All ''r, dltors and All P i
Having I'lalma "i Demand* Asaloal .
M.i i-i Batate:
Vtiu .'- I ,r, i'\ not If leil and required
to |,i, ., > Lmn.- and I* manda
win, h i,'U niii% have again*!
.?i.-,i' IIESSIE BI'DYK JOSBI.Er'-
SWY d< *ed late of I ladi unt>
Cl.t i.i.,. I., the '< ui ij JudR< -
Dade County, and file lh< -,m.
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:x:. 16, Florida Rtalutei n ill. ir
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FOR TAX DEED
CM.ipter 20722 Actn of 1941
File No 67-A-490
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
Nc 67-13578
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
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nesses .subject to unrealistic mven-
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 63510-C
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100 million dollar volume annual-
ly. The Council is representative
of the entiro state's apparel indus-
try, comprising 13.000 persons.
Other officers elected were Paul
.lab'on or Muriel Sportswear, first
HENRY. Rita E. M. ol 171" NE
ill BlaB-
LIBBY. Mr- Tillll M. ol
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ROGEL. S\V
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KULLBACK. Ida -- ( -- ^W ICth
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si .- Ui* .7 .. Rival -!''
Dooclai Road
SCHONBERGER. Flam "*, "' Ml
SW 11 th Ave Service* Auk .7 il
-,.. ii n "hapal
STONE. Ed ard, '7
water I>r Bervb *- Auk 27 at Rlver-
nide Xormand) lale
MILLER. Mr- Ida, M '< 7 M
Ave Gordon i'hi,! 1
CHONIN. Mi in- J .f 171' B
i lladi It N M D Servl Am
IS ;,! Btaabi 11- "hapel
graf. .i.n. m: iMth of Shayne. William Givner of For-
st X.M.B. Rlvi pel
KlRSTEN. Mn Domthy, 7'.. of
Id R de Mi mot lal Chapel
PHILLIPS. Sidney, "". ol II..... SW
11th Ave 11
M,-Tn. irial !hapel
ROBERTS. Hoi.....I M<
Avenue N ev tna n Puneral H
SHAPIRO. \;,'h;.n 7 of 7:_. BW lllli
\\. Rlveralde Chapel
WEBER, J'-,|.'. B., Ol IS71I Ni: Mh
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WEINTRAUB. Nathan, 5S, ol SSlfl MB
iHt < "i '; i,i-n "hi
WEISS. Barry Alan, i, "i >" BV1
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Gordon Chap< I
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
\, itii i Hereby sit en thai
diistrv in Flirida. which ''.....ids fled a F'lnal Reporl and Pell-
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1867, ill applj lo the Ron i
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, foi approval ol aaid Final
.,ii,i foi dlatributlon and final
dlM-bargM I u Admlnlatrmom ,.f the
eatati ol the above-named di
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vice pre* dent: Josep.i Cosentine of Attorni y foi I'o-Admlnlairatorn
r, .. ., ii.'," s \V i-i Street
Sefli. second vice president: Harry Miami, Florida
Nis-el of Harmony Fashions, sec-j________________________! I-
retarv treasurer; Irving Kern, im- in the county judges court
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
mediate past president
Direct in elected were .lack Ben-
rube Of Terry Sue. Eddie Black-
nai ii. Vagabond, Mel Biitkman
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 635H-C
IN UK I-:-!......f
K'lllKKT CHARLB8 HAAS
De. .,i-.,I
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
N'oTlit: i- hereby pl\en thai u.
,.p- i it .i t mn l..i\. fil. ,! a KiiihI Kt-port and Petition
tOfino, JacK Hartley of Jay Hart,;f.., Diatributloa and nnal Diacharse
Bunnv lacol-snn nf Runnv'a f*aa. I f-Admlnlatratora of th* eatati i
i-u.niy jdeooson oi rsunm s Las- ROBERT CHARLES Haas and lhal
uals, I -iv Segal of Clamortop, "" ,"'" "' '''> "' ''''' '"
c' appl) i" ih.- Honorabla County
Dan Wagner of Midai Jay Wap-1 Judgea of Dude County, Florida fo
nick of McKay, and Mel YVarshaw
of Ifisa Jane.
Installatinn of the officers and
directors will take place at the
Eden Roc Hotel in Miami Beach
Sept. 9.
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rabl
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for
dlatributlon and final diacharse aa
l'o-A.lminisiriii'.r.s of ih.- -..i, ,.f
r' uam. 'I dei edi nl Thla II
da) i .\ucu-i
1.1 U IS B KATZ
I ."I IS HAAS
MYERS, KAI'I.AX & PORTER
Attorney! f-i Co Admlniatratoi
i'Mi s vi lal street
Mum. Florida
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IN THE COUNTY JUnr.F'^ mijRT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 75994.C
I. RE INi.-ii.. cf
LEW is .- i<. IBHI.ER i I
I. KOEIILEK
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cn .| am Peraoni
l manda Atralnat
Said i:
Vou .." hi n ii noi I fled to i
in- Mid 'i, in.,-,I- whi.-h you
may hi,v. aa-nlnal I hi Ktate "f LEW IS
K"l-:HI.KIt. ;. ,. ., I. .' KOEHIJCR
i- i ..I lau of Dude County, Florida,
io ih.- <'i.uiii\ .holt.- of Dade County,
and file Ihe aame in dunllrate anil im
provided In Section 7:;:; i... Plortda
S'.iiui.- in their office* In the Count)
Courthouae in Dade Pounty, Florida,
within iv calendar month* from Ihe
: law ih. flral publli al..... hi i, "f
..r ih. aame trill be barred
Dated ..t Miami, Florida, Ihla 21
day of Aturuat, A 1> IM7
MARY II KOEHLER
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F"lral publication of thli notice on ihe
i day ,.f Si im in I., r. !'.' 7
SIM'iN. HAYS A ORUNDW'E
Attoroe) for Admlni
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Miami, Florida
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FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Vi'Tlii; is HEREBY QIVBN that
the un.l. r-iKin-.l, dealrlna to ensaae
in bualneaa undi-r the fi.-iiiiouH name
of QUALITY DENTAL UlmiiA.
TORt al 77.' B.W 47 Avenue, Miami
intends lo reflater -.ml name nh
'i Clerl "i 'h. CfrcuM i",,urt of
i',a. County l-'l.o-uiii
HYMAN CHABNBR. mle owner
s ii -1s._r. '., l
NOTICE EY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 67-12*28
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MILTON I rib
Plaintiff
^ -
KI.i/.ai -:\\"I:thy
.. BEAR Ll'RIB
Def-'
'"' K i' Hi Bear I ur;e
Add nown
..}: KAI( U.I hereb) not I .1
'<'' n : puim for D ore*
"* '" acalnat \..a. ,il you
ur,- required I.....,.,, ,,f y, ur
Ane er or I leartti to n,^ mil ,.f Com-
i'1-1' ittomey. MAX
,\ "' HI IH ill* n, HUlp.
Miami M.. :, file Ihe ordinal ,\;-
ih. offl ih-
lerk ,.f the ',. uh i-ourl on or h. f< re
the September l*7 if
>"" '' -u!,'n en I b) -I, 'nult
";'' J you f"i the re-
"*': Hill Of 1','ini
"I be |.iii.li-l,.,i
''' ii >' 'our ii-,-. utlve a
In 1 HE I M -Ii I'l ORIDIAN
,.'"'1 ORDERED t Miami.
''.''.'I"1 dji) "f Aukuhl A D.
. : n E HERMAN. Clerk
1 "' Dade I "ounty, F'lorlda
B] P CYIPBLAND
i''iun Clerk
(i ir, uu Ci url leal)
I.


Friday September 1, 1967
* knisli fhradHctn
LEGAL NOTICE
NTHI CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOrf DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 67 12905
NOTICE OF SUIT
i ITIZKNS FEW :.:.\l. SAVIN" is
\\|i i i \N ASSOCIATION OK
IIIAI IvA I. UUih, Kl.. :.
. .1 .-".ilo .i-|"->r,ili Miff,
>.i. i; Fltl.sliY hi -1
11. i. infants
. l"AVII> I. H'HIII.KV and
i M'I."I.INK 1. W'UI.KY.
and i! either of^h. m be dt nd,
i i .k. v 1m ii unti -.....Ign*. *,
,,.- nudltora, tiu't..-. . -. >ii by, through, under or again*
r Mihrr of iln-iii. and all parties
* i -1.-11111111^ i" nave any right,
ili, . .-i In the Complain.!.
i;. -i.i. "ii--* I'v.kivwn
-I AMI KACII OK yor AI'.K
I1KKKI11 NTTII-'IKD th.il a rail has
..ii i.ir-ueht ugulnst vi.u by i'ITI-
Zi:.NS CKI'KHW. HA VINOS AND
. ..\N ASSOCIATION OK IIIAI.F.AII.
1'nltul Ntat. corporation, liaintitf.
-,, forcignae u "-iTiinn Mortgage more
part i.-uhiiv deMcribad in lb- Com-
plaint fH-r) In this- suit, which Mort-
gagi miiml'T- the following dm
rlbod property, illMl In Pads
'ounty. Florida, lo Mil.
I..* f rn Mock < of PA HOI. CITY
I WintLNS. according In ih.- plat
thereat, ru-orded in Flat lu-.k
.-. H< Page 131 nf tli. Pul'lli
r.irttl" of Dudg County. Florida.
. i-iu are re-
quired u. ni<- your An.-.r lo muiI
'Biutitrni iih thu ilerh of the above
'-.I'd Oajgrt and to M-rvr g COD)
hereof on Plaintiff's at torn.-v. |>AK-
IKI. -Ki'lJCK. 4W liialeah Drive
lli.ilc.-UA. Pk.rida. not later than t
:th 4m of September. 1967. in dc-
'..uit oi wfiieli MM Complaint will be
;w confeeaod by vou
l".uj this- i day of August. |97
M II I.KATTIKHMAN
ci-*k of ihi Circuit court
By: K M I.Y.MAN
lputi Clerk
Ilt'MTT
1 "I UT
~i:.m.
! amc1. bkpi.br
4">ri\.
h. Florida
- 'n'l-dii 7
>i'""i" for Plaintiff
ii) rin.vcu.vc
I i -, u">*-u4
- !6 t
rage 11-B
rVAVEHU
I-8-1S
CIRCUIT COURT. ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 67.12918
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
cniA FKiUcy..
pumtin
VM
v itNAl.tn i PKHKZ,
I idaiil
YOU. AKNAI.lMi I'KIIKZ. '.-i.l.-n
in,; t ., hi n.iiti,.- -, rve .. cop)
. f )OUT i.osw.r IO RlUOrce Complaint
fOod ^r.....id yon on Plaintiff* ..t-
t.T-.i OBOHOK NK||.ii.\s. til
N W l.ili A VI Miami, ll.i ..n>l
fill- .^T*:ir.:.l null ll.rk c.f this CotlTI
on > i~-:-.r. s.-|.t. ml-. .'> |?7.
. i iviVi complain) mil u i-onf" i
b) S'-U
I '..i-tl AuKUM M7th lf"7
i it i.i:athkhm *N C|. rk
in P fOPEIANU
l i.ui v C|rk
l/M l/I-t-U
IN TE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLOBIDA, IN PROBATE
No 7i3 B
In P.i: liin-.t. ">f
S \THA*f STHINHU
D^BJIBJ
ROTtCE TO CREDITORS
To ah Creditor* and Ml Peraon*
H.iiigr t*linis ,,r [VjnandH Aa7alat
Said H -'
Viu i*f* h. r. tiy notified and rt--
iiiirod to pri-i lit u-i\ rtalin* and de>-
mind.- Hhlrh you ma> ha\. ail
Niku ni vathan htkinrh
Mead !' "f l.i-i. "''-umi. Florida,
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANJ FOR DAUE COLNTY.
TLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 7497J-A
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In Hi: l>:.,i. ..r
18 IA" K ATZ. Ii. ..,..-!
To All 'i. ,in,.is and ah Pvreon*
II." ItlR I..MU- -.r I in.hi,Is-
\t-.ini-t Said i:-i.i:.
You .-" hi'i-"-iiy n..iiii.-il iind reqair '" !" '' mi' rial ins .mil oVmunds
will. Ii yOU lll.il huVl ;,[., list II.....
'.....' ISAAC KATZ d. -.a-.I late m
[Hu1< i ii iy, KhwiiUmxa Uim founts
.ludtis- ,,f Had* counry. anifftiH th<
-.im. Hi fluplk'ate anil a- |.r..\i.l. d in
Section 733 l, rlorlda Rtatut.H, In
"' "' nffb i in Hi. Count) Covrthoui
Hi I Hid* County. rTnrida, v itliin ail
al.ii.l.ir month* fr..in I It. imi. of th.-
flral puhlirullon hi-reof. ..r Hi. -.,,.
will i. barred
I'.i'-'l at Miami. Klorida, Mil- tin,
"lay .-I \ul-i1st \ II l;.i,7
smni.KY h"ii,k
As K\.,iiiri
rir pubHrntlon of this- nolle*
Ihe iih dn) of Auku-i "',:
il(\i\'.; f'TPfEN law OFKICNS
Attorney for Rhirley VYoolf i:,..utu
.;. Arthur <:..dir. v i:,,,|.
Miami Hi... ii. Kloi ,-!.i
( is '.'. '. 1 -1
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
vjenist f/credfiatn
solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
MHul 373-46*5
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CASE No. 7-1275
NOTICE OF SUIT
in -.
I'KTITION OK IK'HKHT II SUAVIN
TO: K'iHKKT IIK'KKH
.4 IT<.-.ton r..;..-h Koad
HwampNOotL, m.. H ... jiu- ti~
TOW AUK HKRKUY NOTIPIKD thai
v.-u .. hereby notified and required I'h' above namid Petitioner, K'iHKKT
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 75775
In UK Relate .(
HKNJAMIN J HAITT1.K,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Cr.-diti.i~. unil All P*rwma
Haying Claim* or iH-manda
Airainst Saul Iv-lati
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICH IS IIRHRIIY RIVKN that
th.- uiKl.rsicn.il. de*uina t.. encage
In tillsin.-sv umi.r ih.- firtitiou- i.am.
Of IIKI'.KKMANN S OHTIIOI-Kltic
fYKiT sri'i'l.V .i s w Ma*fl*r
Slr-.-t Intonda to r.gist.r .-^ud i..,m.
with th.- dark '.f the Cir.-utt Court of
Dude County, Florida
IHHAHA.M RAMOS, -ol- nwMf
l/ll-i'S 9,1-8
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK IH HKKKBY OIVKN that
ili< underpinned, deidrinK lo enavga
.in bu>lneiH un.t. r th. flctltioufl name
I of I'KHHO.NAl. PRINTl.NU SKRVH H
| ul 2157 M.W, 36th Btreet, Miami
int. mis to reirialt*r said iiam.' wiiti
Um i 1. ri. of ili. Circuit Court of
i l'.iii. <'.iuiit>. Florida
JBROI.D IIANDKI.SMAN. Owtmm
9 1-8-15-1'J
to prvaanl any rlnima and damarMJ1
which )' late of HKNJAMIN' .1 r.MTTl.l:. .1. -
-i--'l lat.- i-f I .nl. County, Hon.la.
to Ui.' County Judge* of Ijad.- l!uuut>,
allil file Ihl Mill. it-. ..wi.ll'.it. ami ..s
provided .11 Section 13311 Klorida
HtalUtao, in ih'-ir f.ffi.-.-s m ili. County
Courthouse in Had. County, Florida,
within all calendar mouth* fr<>m th-
lima "i th* first publication hereof,
or th* -am. will b. barred.
Duted at Miami. Florida, thi* .'nil
day ul August A 11 )7
I.II.1.1 W It XITTI.K
A* Administratrix
Plrei publication of Hum notl
th.- llili din of Aus-u-i IMI
Kii.MMKI.. KCH1BRR, liOHHKK
* SIIRNKMAN
Attorney* f*r Ailmlnistra'rix
: IJncoln Koad.
Miami Reach, Florida
l/ll-U
H S1.A\1N. ha
Um ..i-v m \ i, d
I......I III. till"!
I "ii are r-<;uir.d
ti- sam.- .- hi ulil
filed a petition
ourt for th. adop-
nam.-d ih. r.-in an.I
io show cuuee why
not h. aranu
",n
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA,
CIVIL ACTION
No. (7-11447
IN l-.K:
, hall*-., of tiatn.- of
1JI.I.IAN SCIIWAK/';! AS to
I.II.I.IAN niASS, a minor,
hj and thriu>:l,
A lip.AM AM <;i.\ss and l<" 8E ':l..\ss.
h-r natural inu-.'-i-
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME
Th WHOM IT M,\l CONCRRN:
->--> ^- 'i ..^::;;.r"SlutiriJftJXsgtSSZ
.-- pco-.or.-.l rn s. tlon III Florida part-nf Altl:\M\\! .;i.\ss .,,i
> Hi-rN In th.ir ..Ii.-.s ... ih. oui.l) "SI-: ill.XSS, 1.....- r-aldelMM
.r.hu- in Hade Count) Florid. ,,..... ,, M ,.r,., Kv ,-......
I ," "- liable. I ......, rn. dr to ppl, .-
m* o,it*, firet publication hereof, or lh, ,,......,,,,,,. ,;.,,......, s,-1.
serving .. ipj of your Answer and
th. r pleadings ui.n Bilverateln &
Kttvereteln, attorneys for th.- Petition'
er, IM IJucoIn Hoad, .Miami Deach,
Cioiida, on -t before Ilu -Mtli day of
Seplt-mber IM7, m defaull of hi.-h a
d< fauli judgment may be entered
.. -' you granUng -.ml adoption
I ATi:i > at Miami. Ihlde County,
Florida, ihi.- Mlh >lai of Auirust. 1961
I-: H l.KATIIKHMAN
ci. r k of Circuit Court
llv Alvin Cr*.rman
I>"|iui> Clerk
/i-'.''. r>, ).*
IN THE CIRCVMT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
' AND FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
Case No. t7-10&88
. M.CIS KAI.K and MAHICK KAI.K.
i ho wife.
: Plaintiffs,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 751M-A
In 1IK Rstate of
RTRNRCR C ItACIIKI.OH.
a/k/a hvkni:|.; iia'ii i :i.'hi.
a,'k a I1YRNKCK I'ZKIISK \.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having Claim* or IH-mundn
Affalnsl s.ioi Bmale:
lnu ;tr. hereby notified and reeiuired
I lo pr. -. nt any claims and d. niands
I which you may huve aKainsi th. *-
iat. of BYKNKCH '" IIACIIKI.'Ul.
a k .. RVRNrX'K H.xc-ilKI/Hi. a'k'a
I ItYHNCCK C7.KKSKA de. euked lat. !
! of liad. County. ..nd file th* aami In
dutdo at. and as provided In Section
7:t.i l.;. Florida Statutes, In their of-
fices In the c..niiiv Courthouse In
Dude Counts. Florldu, within si> .-.,l-
. mi.,.- month* from 'h. inn. nl Ihi
j first pui.li ..tion hereof, oi lb) same
will ha barred
l>al*d at .Miami, Plorida, thl* !7th
day ,lui%. A 11 I9t 5
SAM CKI. .1 RANI)
A* v.liiiuiisir...- C T \
First puMication "f Ihlf notice on
Ihi Isth da) of August. i'-.,7
SAMl Kl. I RANT!
A ttorm v for abovi tati
I2 s. yt-.i.i nulhllng
Miami, Florid..
18-2*. 9 1-1
la. ... mid- -
ar. .-. i,un
Answer, or
Caus. a*h>
bi gruntid.
,-oe w ill I., ha rred
I at Miami. Plorida, this; 1".
i ,. i luaruai v i -
SRYMOI II l.iiMHiv .
790 N u ',i'ii si,,
Miami, Kloi ola
\- i-;>.. ui.."
niitiii. ati.o, of ihs notice on
day ..f \UKu-t.
ski moi'R rxivnoN
"..i-n, > for KstaK of
N \" MAV STI'lMi;
s Mth Street
..'.:
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOL S NAME LAW
VOTH'R is HKRKIIY nrV'RN that
'' iinii- Ig ii -l ,". -n -.^ i., engage
' u-iii--s under Ihe flrtUlrtu* nami
x,::'s- : wnir-x ivsiuanci:
i ''... It. .1 l:. ,!. \l ,ml iniends to
?nsiir S....I num. with Ihe Cb rk oi
Kl. .- '
l.i I .. .1. .
i'"U
i u
tv
.hull, lal I'll -
nunty, at his
urlli u- .
\ i. i..I., r I.
f|p| ,,s
i i u. i of i laid i 'ounty,
th. Olei uit
i I. da
ORBAT SOITHKRN
I NDBRWHITKK8 INSt'HANCB
i':|'Vc\ r\'i-
IJIONADR J. KAI.ISII
i Appll" ..in
______________ .'.'. s |5
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N"'T|CK is IIK!:i.;hY IIIVKN that
Ihi underalgned, desiring lo .-m-.!.-' In
hu-iin-s under the rictltloui name ol
MKHRA tPARTMB.NTSat .'" Ryron
xi nue, Mi.mi. ii.-.o ti. Florida Intends
to i. ui.- ,- v.,,,i najut with th- i "l. rl
I" uit t -urt ..f i lade i '.-unti.
l-i. nds
b90 ll\ RON Hl'Al.TY CORP
... Floi Ida 'n.- .ii.....
ll:\ I Ml |.|;N i VV\ i.KKICKS
Itlot i > s for
*"'..... Mj ron It. aln i oi p
Arthur riodfn i Koad
Miami It. a. h, Florida
___________ "' -
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'.TK-i: is IIKHKHV HIVKN that
1 m.....signed, deeirlng t.. angage
'. i-'i in. under tin flcl.....u- II imi
'f SARAH RANK at numb, i PCI
Ikv -.., |n ,,,, ,-. ,,, M|a,i ii
i i.thi.. :iai4ii luien.i* to rearister said
'lain- with Hi. I'l.-.k ,,f ih.- Circuit
' 'in t ol li.nl. i '..uim Florida
Hated .,t Ml imi, Florida, this i
duj ol \u.-..i-i I9C7
- \it ah i' ki "iikhi. V';
IA01 \\ || ih Street
... .. ..' '" ''" H
' MI'lN *.- Itoi UKNHKHtl
ni^y for
i tyne Run ling
.Miami. Florida M 9/1
Judgi of th.
. int. it. and
ii in th
' '"' \ M .-
19*7, oi ..-
11- I., i ma) d, f.-r an .-.'
changing |H*tltioi -r'* i me n-m I.II
I.IAN s. ||l\ Al:/." :i. K I.II.I IAN
ill.ass. by wh .. imi. petitioner l
thereufler '-.
ii, Florida, tin- .'ii
l.i | ;' .1 .*'s i '....7
I.II.I.IAN It ll\". i ':/.'.I \s
AltltAHAM HI.ASS
1 -.i.i. ..I i-.. rent of
l.tlliiin SchwHragla", a minor.
Ill ISK I ISS
\ .... u. -I |...l of
l.iilia.- Kchwarsglas, a minor,
IIK.NHY NORTON,
Attorney f.r Petitioner,
1 lyne lluild
Miami. Florida
s !l ||
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
No. 67-13188
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
\l I.'IA PEHK'/,
Plaintiff
' KKI.l.I'M IIAI.l.and t'll.Mil.lK MAK
H \!.l hi- vif. .
i'. fendants
Tti MM.I I'M ll.M.l, and
CHARTJK MAK HALL,
his w ,1.-
K.-sid. i.. 4 1'nknow n
V'H' ARK IIKKKHY NOTIPIKD
I that a -uit ha- been Hied against you
in th. above-styled .".urt lo fore-
-.:.,-. th.- foUowlug real property, lo-
i.it
| l."T FOI'R ill Hl-OCK HBVRN
"7i. i r'.UN PARK. nccortUng to
tt,. plat thereof, recorded in Plat
' .' I-..: 99, "if th" I'uh-
Ih i;.. ..i.i- ..i 11. ... 'ounty,
Florida. logelhi r lilt all lm-
ovemonts Ihereon and therein,
. 'i you .. h- .-,i.v i .-oiiii ,i .. nerve
|iy i )nut Inswer <-r other plead
. k- on the plaintifl
KCHOXFKI.ll fc I'Kl.li.M AN. "..
H i 'i ding, Miami, Klorida
the original thereof In

ih. Clerk
hi fl .. !,.
".: Ii you
.11 I..
i ma tided
i ihe Circuit
lath day of
".,.1 -,. do -.,.
against \>u
ih
A.NTONH ri-:i:k:/,
I i.-l. ii.la nt
I. i v NTH iNli i PKIIEZ
in-::ii. 93 sir. i t
Jncluion lielghta,
\. a > ork
a Hill of
l.- n f.I- il
requiri .1
with ili.
sen.- a

t'ourl .-ii
S. pti ml..
.. .1- i..(in
hr r
pli mi
IMINK .1
.'- ii y,
I U| i.
I" H I.KATMKHM \\.
1. rk ..f ih. i "In int ..urt
It) "' P "'iii'Kt \\|i
l H nut) Clark
Hi- .
I IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 75494. C
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
1 In UK: KM..t. I I
i A<;rsTIN MARTINBZ,
]>.-. .-.- .1
I To All Creditor" and All Person*
Having claims or Ifc-mandn
\k. inal s. id i-si.it.
Vou art h. r. t.\ notified nd required
to present any claims and denu
i\hirh VOU Ilia i ha\" .il;.....sf the es-
lali of A.'.rsTIN mai:TIM7. de-
ceu ..i It.....i I hid. County, Florida, to
the IViunty Judges Hudt Cu- i -.
..mi fib ih< name In dupltcati id
Sirovided In Section 733.18, Florida
:..iiit.~. in their offices In Ihe t'oun
I ty CourthnuM" in Hud. County, Florida,
within si\ riUciidar monthii from Ihe
tint, of it., ri--.: publication hereof, .a
th. ame \i-ii I-. burred
I at .Miami i' I -I
da) "i Unto-1, AH ; '.".7
\ ni ;i:i in i m vrti.n iv.
\ l!\. ii- .
Pirsl publication ol Ihi* notice on
the I Hi .I..1 ..f August '' i
I' \l \'i: FINK :'' Hi M v\
I i .o. Co gri
l-'i..i .'l.i
i'i: i i7i
s
I
'i:i "i:iti:i i ,.i Miami
, i. -.
9 I
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 67.13006
SUITE FOR DIVORCE
M tIMSA UK SIK41Kb,
Plaint '
I '. i IHO.MK sii:':i:i..
I '. ndanl
TO HA\ l|i JKRi "\ii: siki;i:i.
I 77" I "a \ iilsott A \ snue
llronx, n. w York
N.-u. HA\ II" JMKOMK SIBOKI. an
h. rib) -ii.. "I that u Hill ol i "ompl nl
for l"%..... hua been hied
\- u. and j "ti an n uuired to -
Ol I'll .nlilii! to
Ihe Mill of Complaint .-.. ihi Plaint ifC*
i I' Ml. K\\ ITNKT I
ARKHKHKIM S'OTIFIKD that Ui d, Miami lleach I
it in
i-ii
mplali
llll* I
\ n s w i-
"'l.ik of Ihi. l
.,. k
i\..r.. ha-
ind yog .'-
or i'i" ail k
'in I anil io
King, v.
mi for I'lainti" nil ReyboM Hu'iii-
ii.k.-. Miami, i-'i- n i-
. das ol s. in. mi., r, 1947 .-"
fault shall Is t. ... .i ggalnsl i ou
THIS NOTICK shall be published
........wh i for foyr eonsecul -
neeks In the .IKWISH PljHRIPIAN
I ." i.NK V NI" ORPERKTI ..t \l
'ounti Florid* thli da) of
\UkU-l
K n i.i: ithrrm vn
k ..f ihi Circuit "in t
1. nl. County, PTorlda
It) Murgu..... Kent
IVput) '
lAI'K I. KINfl
i t Si >hold Klrtg
.17:1-1'."7
23 9 1
.'I m< .- i al Answi r ..r Pli ml
..i ih- Clerk ".f ihe
rcull '..urt ......r In foi. Ihi iih
. i. ml., i 19<7 it i ..ii i,n| in do
l. i.ml" w ill I.
ti relief di mat di .1
in ;! t 11 of mnlsltil
Th:- "i ..ii,. | mli .i
n- ... ii .
TH r! .'I :u ISM I i "I'll .1 V N
IKiVK iNl" ii.|.i:i,'i:i' Miami,
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of '941
F.le No. 67.A.456
NOTICE IS IIKKKH1 tilVKN I
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11-8-13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
CASE NO. 67-13476
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Sec 72.13 Fla. Statt
IN UK
IN tit ion of
vim in.I" 1 IIAKZ And
SARA IIAKZ. his wife,
pi tllioni 1 -
Petition K'.r Adoption "t AKLEN'B
MA '.n: r.KYi.s. a minor
VOI', I.IIZ M Mil v KB) ES. ol Bur-
ri.. Cunaboiicllo, Pu*rte Kleo, .-:
lor. hi notified Hi.it PETITION has
... .ii -i:.ii in thi- Circuit Court by
Vlrgiliu I'..../, und Sara Maes. Ins wlfu,
of ItiSl N W 31 -ir.-. t. Apt No .'
Miami. Florida foi thi Adoption "f
ARI.I7NE MARIE KKYKfl a minor,
to ni--. i, Pititlon there l attached u
CONSENT for Adoption, \.-. ut--l
in..1. 1 '.in h....... .lull notarized ti>
Hi. Honorabh .1 \'ll.l.\ui:s KOORI-
tll'KZ, Judgi of tin Superior Court
..f Puerto Kleo, and for Caguas,
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A'm-i.iiii Secretary o| State of Purrt
ins hand und seal v.-u
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said IN tltion shoul-t not
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Strwt, Miann. I-'I... .1.1 33130, T.I
i7i-s..;i Attorney and Solicitor for the
Petitioner U fih ihe originul
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erniuii, Clerk ol ihi Circuit, "n or be-
I ton .; HEREIN I'M 1,
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WITNESS mi II. d .'..I Real 'if
thi .' 11 ''. 11- on Count) -f
i...i. Florida, this .* day of Augu 1
1907
1: H I .BA THERM AN, Clerk
H > K M IA'.MAN
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
NO. 67-12183
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 66935-A
IN RK I'-l;.....I
Ji 1SKPH MKCIIl.i i\v
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
DISTRIBUTION AND
FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE I b; given that we
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vjewisti fh>ridliain
Friday, September 1, 1967
FRESH
NEVER FROZEN
GRADE A' HEAVY
BONUS
SUCt HI.!
WHOLE
FOWL
5 TO 7 11,'
AVG.
FLORIDA
FRESH
ICED
FOOD
FAIR
You con
get up to
I
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300 STAMPS
VALID THRU SUN SEPT 3 mmt
with this
coupon
rWcMchjnt* I
OtrCN SUMPS
I
I
PS |
ALL MARKETS CLOSED LABOR DAY, SEPT.4
FEATURES EFFECTIVE THRU SUNDAY
AT ALL FOOD FAIR AND FREDERICKS STORES
(Excluding Kosher Morkals)

! ?*ee 100 Merchants fflR !
| "ITM YOUR M ORDER OR ORE 4 THIS COUPON
I 9ree200 Merchants .83*
ITH YOUR SI3 00 ORDER OR MORE & THIS COUPON
i 9*ee 300Merchants A'JRi !
ITH YOUR SIS 00 ORDER OR-ORE & THIS COUPON |
LIMIT ONE COUPON PER CUSTOMER PLEASE I
OPEN DAILY 9A.M. to 9P.M /SUNDAY 9A.M. to 6P_M_
*r Food fa\\
SAVE 25<
FOOD FAIR or HYGRADES
FRANKS
ALL
MEAT
SKINLESS
SAVE 40c-KOSHER ZION OR AMERICAN KOSHER
FRANKS or KNOCKS
LIMIT 2 PKGS OF EITHER ITEM, PLEASE, WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF $5 OR MORE
FRESHLY MADE
Lean Ground Beef 3
LB.
PKG.
FOOD FAIR FLORIDA FRESH
GRADE A'
SMALL-DOZ
27^ I Frozen Lemonade 9 99
f OP U.S. CHOICE
CUBE
STEAKS
LEAN
TENDER
GENERAL MILLS
TOP U.S. CHOICE
CENTER
CUTS
99c
59'
AVAILABLE AT STORES WITH SERVICE DEPTS.
ALL CHEESE AND LUNCH MEATS ARE SLICED
TO YOUR ORDER TO INSURE FRESHNESS.
CHUCK
STEAKS
l b. ri
uEd fDHTO-COlE Si t* -maCII3NI
Freshly Mode Salads 39
S*.E 1 cI b FRESHL Y
Smoked Lox...........lB. 59(
DEiiCiOuS
Rice Pudding......... 49
BuglesWhistles. Daisies 39
SPEC. PACK p
Hygrade Pretzels aCcil* 35
SPEC. PACK HYCRADE
Potato Chips.........n0Bao45
FOOD FAIR f% _
Marshmallows........ .'25
KRAFT-REGULAR. SMOKEY > HOT
Bar-B-Que Sauce.....\t7 37
Save 6< -STAR K 1ST t%t%
Chunk Light Tuna..... 33
Save 4-Pl anT aTiOn PRIDE
Sweet Cuke Chips 25
PARTS*
LB
Especially st'ecred Tniyi*-
Drumsticks, Breasts *ittl ribs
(or 'nor de! o.s
SOUTHERN FRIED
CHICKEN
Save 4c-iinDSay super colossal
Ripe Olives..........'Ah01 39 c
BONUS
FOOD FAIR FRESH BAKED
HAMBURGER or HOT DOG
ROLLS
Moke sure you get enough
FRESH NEVER FROZEN
FARMER GRAY-GRADE 'A'
Southern Combination
CHICKEN
OUANTlTY
RIGHTS
RESERVED
IP Ql Al
t RIPENED Pink m(AT
EXTRA LARGE
27 SIZE
CantaloupesEXT^zAERGE3
- CAl iFORNIA
Valencia Oranges 10
FOR
BAt,
98
39'
ALL FLAVORS
COTT'S
SODAS
PLUS
DEP.
28-OZ.
BTL
10
SAVE 20<
SPARKY
ONUS
SPECIAL!
CHARCOAL
BRIQUETS
LIMIT 2-SIX PACKS. PLEASE
WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF S5 OR MORE
INCLUDES GINGER ALE-CLUB SODA-MIXERS AND LOW CALORIE SODA
SAVE2K -KRAFT ------------------------
MIRACLE "-oz a Ar
WHIP SAUkO DREKIMG "W JT
MASTER S -SAVE 8c
Sour Half & Half... .'VuV 29c
FOOD FAIR CKE AMED-SAVE ic
^ Cottage Cheese......Bi 29c
Flounder
Fillet
79<
LB.
LIMIT ONE BAG PLEASE WITH OTHER
PURCHASES OF SSOR MORE
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