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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
September 8, 1967

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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Succeeded by:
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?Jewish Floridian
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Number 3:'
li, Flrrida. Friday, September 8 1967
be-
}CA Offers
Rabbis For
ioviet Jews
NEW YORK (JTA) The
nagogue Council of America has
ffered to send rabbis lo the Soviet
niOD where.-it has found, the
us face "the prospect of being
ithout a single rabbi or religious
eachtr."
Announcement of the offer was
ade by Rabbi Henry Siegman.
vecutive vice-president of the
ouncil, and Prof. Seymour Siegel.
I the Jewish Theological Semin-
r>. both of whom had just re
virued from a visit to the USSR,
rof Siegel is a member of the
linum of the Council, which is
ompriscd of the rabbinical and
;.\ organizations of Reform.
n-thodox and Conservative Jewry
n the United States.
Rabbi Siegman and Prof Siegel
loted that. With the recent death
f the rabbi of Kiev, "leas than a
anclftil of rabbis" has been left
n the entire Soviet Union "and
Continued on Page 5 A
[Withdraw Plea
For Yarmulke
TRENTON, N.I 'JTA i A
fcetilion oiling on the State Educa-
tion Commissioner lure to issue
a ruling |x-rmitting yarmulkes to
be worn in New Jersey public
schools for religious reasons was
withdrawn here by the five Jewish
organizations that had filed the
request.
At issue was a recent ruling b>
Board of Education of Hillside
sustaining a ban by a high school
principal against the wearing of
a yarmulke in classrooms The
order affected 18-year-old Bernard
Paul White, who maintained that
he was wearing the yarmulke in
conformity with the Jewish in-
junction against bareheadedno-
Clting legal rulings in support
of the petition, the petitioners said
that, far from being a disruptive
element in the class room, the
wearer of a yarmulke would only
icrve as a living "and most effec
Continued on Page 6-A
fMffff tSMKOt
Eshkol Raps Arabs
Over Summit Stand
JERUSALEM Minister Lev! Eshkol thus week This stand of the Arab heads was issued on behalf of the entire
castigated the Arab summit meet- of state," said Mr. Eshkol. "strong Cabinet, which had just met.
Ing at Khartoum, Sudan, as an thens Israel -n her resolution not Earlier, Foreign Minister Abba
"irresponsible" body He express- to permit a return to conditions Eban said that the proposals for
ed Israel's sorrow over the meet- that enabled her enemies to under solution of the Middle East crisis,
ing's decision not to recognize Is mine her security and act against made by Yugoslavian President
rael or to negotiate with Israel. ter sovereignty and hy.'r very Tito, were aimed "not for saving
saying that was "a grave matter existence. Israel will stand fast in the peace but at saving the Arab
which forces Israel to draw her the positions essential to her secu- governments from the need to make
own conclusions in the fields of rity and her unhindered develop- peace "Israel." he said, "cate-
-----;------------------------------ gorically opposes any solution not
Arab Refugees Allowed to Return
Under Stricter Israeli Supervision
JERUSALEM iJTAi As the fugees desiring to be reunited with
August 31 deadline for the return their familiesprovided they are
ol Jordanian refugees to the Israe"
hel.l West Bank passed, Israel
closed the two bridges over the
Jordan River and the further
entry ol would-be returnees
Reports last week that Israel
had agre< to extend the deadline
"indefinitely" apparently required
tome qualifications. It was indicat-
ed here that the return of refugees
would henceforth be premitted in
individual cases but only throu th
special arrangements
l" 'i>ti. it was reported that re-
eligible will be admitted to the h,.(|
wesl bank Others will be allowed 14.000 out of the 21.000 applicants
to enter gradually, after they are
screened to
sives
were able to cross the Jordan dur-
bar possible subver- |ng (ne refugees return program
and about 7.000 failed to do so.
Jordanian inefficiency in process
But the 100,000 or more who
did not take advantage of the
time limit for filing applications
to return to their homes, will,
according to present indications,
not be admited, in spite of ris-
ing pressure from the State
Departmene, from British labor
based on agreement by the sides
to the dispute." Mr. Eban said
that thee attitudes will be made
known by Israel to all govern-
ments with which Israel has dip-
lomatic relations.
Eban rejected anj idea that Is-
rael might accept a "partnership"
on Jerusalem affairs between the
.lews and Arabs in the city's muni-
cipal government. He made that
about statement in bidding farewell to
Ambassador Ernesto Thalmann.
United Nations Secretary-General
Thant's special representative re-
:aru ng Jerusale n The latter left
Israel after a two-week fact-find-
leaciers ar-i others
limitation be lifted.
that this
ISRAEL SOCIOLOGY STUDY
Delinquency Rate Higher
Among Oriental Jews
SAN FRANCISCO (JTA) recently settled in Israel and that estimating those refugees at about
Teenage delinquency in Israel more had fathers who were un-117.000.)
occurs at a much higher rate skilled workers,
among boys of Oriental
back The sociologists conducted their
ground than it doe* among those study among a group of 100 con-
..f Western origin. This was re-
secutive referrals from the Tel
ported to the American Soe.o.ogi Aviv Juvenile court and a com- ^JJiSaiWkS
C.1 Association in a paper pre- Darison group of 100 nondehquent
sented by Leon Shashkolaky re boys each rtcMfer age and ^ ,/r.retchi conSt.Qlu.,H.es
,i'i u.iiiitifi iiiiuitiriK* 111 pi ***.* .-.'- %.-- *..
ing the applicants and transport jn mission he had undertaken foi
bottlenecks weie blamed by Israel Mr TnanI-
for the failure to meet the August In his talks with Mr. Thalmann.
31 deadline which Israel had Mr. Eban pointed out that Jor-
extended from the original August tinued to disseminate mo
10 cut off date. '"'"' political propaganda among
the \ abs in Jerusalem but that
iln Washington. State Department |ne /\rar,s in fad are not anxious
indicated that the I'nited States .,, return to the situation that ex
which, along with I'nited Nations ;s,,.(| pr;,.r to Israel's unification
Secretary General U Thant. had of the city,
pressed Israel for elimination of
the deadlinewas not happy about _-,. 1
the present situation regarding ^l|f>/ Fl^lltlllff
the refugees A State Department *-'***-*' &
spokesman said the U.S.A. would
prefer Israeli agreement for the ^ I f *flf*\4,7f*|' I
return of all the refugees from the I?* lclIC ** *-'**
east bank to the western river area. JERUSALEM 1JTA1 After
almost five weeks of calm in the
Suez Canal area, where Israel
holds the east bank ol the water-
way while Egypt retains the west
shore, serious fighting broke out
Continued on Page 6-A
Meanwhile, it was learned that
larael has decided to establish
"control centers'' manned by army
units in the west nank area. The
search assistant in Ohio State I'ni from the same school as the de-
versus department of Sociology X^aSr^port^. the to.be linked ,0 some of Israel
this week _____ r ..,., ,ho principal cities bv newly-built
researchers reported. were the ;' ,_ ,. !_:-
The joint study by Shaskol-ky slJ.nificant differences in ethnic "> "'^o.os-s the entire
and Prof. Shlomo Sboham, head ermlp nlemberstp. length of family lwe*
of the institute of Criminology, residence in Israel, and the occupa-
Bar -Han I niversitv. Hamat Gan. tjon of thc father. These character
Israel, also indicated that more
,1. i.noo-nts came from families Continued on Pafle 7-A
The "control centers" are reported-
roads in the west bank area de
stroyed during the Six Day War
will also be rebuilt in the near
future.
LATE NEWS
Late dispatches reported
that fighting had also brok-
en out along the Jordanian
border and UN headquart-
ers said Egypt started the
shooting along the Suei.
Convention Votes Anti-Zionist Plank
SOL LINOWITZ. Uniled
S'Ttes Ambassador to the
Organization cf American
States, will be arrr>na th^
trod quest speakers at
at the }3rd National Co-
I Hadassah, S m -
tea or-^ 9*pected
to atl r-dcry
1 art *ha Fontoinel
'
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CHICAGO Facing the threat of
a walk-out by Negro extremists.
tin National Convention of New
Politics adopted a resolution con-
demning "the imperialistic Zionist
war" between Israel and the Arab
countries.
Appended to the resolution was
an assertion that "this condemna-
tion does not imply anti-Semitism.'*
The Black Power backers of the
resolution threatened to bolt if
thc parley did not go along with
hem on the anti-Israel resolution.
The vote for the resolution was
three to-one. with all Negroes
voting for it The development
triggered the possibility that many-
Jewish convention delegates may
reaxsass their position within the
civil lights movement
The resolution was immediately
assailed by Jewish leaders and
waa branded as "anti-Semitic" des-
pite the disavowal of that label by
the Convention.
The American Jewish Committee
declared in a statement that "Anti-
Semitism is intolerable, whether
by the convention of the so-called
new politics in Chicago or by the
old politics of Gerald I. K Smith
and the late George Lincoln Rock-
well. Nor is it in any way mitigated
when it comes from white or Negro,
and whether it is expressed by
self-serving denials. For those who
condemn what they call 'the im-
perialist Zionist war' between Is-
rael and the Arab states are clearly
parroting the discredited line of
anti-Semites within the Soviet and
Arab worlds.
"This is not to deny that Jews
are sympathetic to the plight of
the millions of American Negroes
For years now American Jewry.
true to the prophetic tradition,
has been in the vanguard of those
fiehting for the rights of all mino-
rities in this eountrv Todav.
American Jews are leading in such
efforts as the Urban Coalition to
seek solutions to the agonizing
problems of our cities.
"Expressions of anti-Semitism
hv Negroes whether of those of
the new politics or of FNCC are
not going to stop American Jews
from seeking justice for all How
ever, we would be remiss if we did
not remind Negro anti Semites that
the> are doing a grave disservice
to the verv cause they maintain
they are struggling for: and
mi mbcrs of the socalled Black
("aliens at the Chicago convention
n m hell bent on pushing
the United States r <> w a rd
apartheid of the South African
type "
Meanwhile Rev. Dr. Martin
I.other King. Jr. an outstanding
Negro civil rights leader, told an
audience of 1.500 persons in a pre-
dominantly Jewish community at
the vacation resort of Fire Island
that "there is virtually no anti-
Semitism within the Negro com-
munity He praise! .lews as be-
ing among "the nation's strongest
allies >r social klStice "
Unot the manj writers, arti-t-.
and businessmen at
Continued on Page 7-A


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Friday, September 8
Temple Menorah To Mark
18th Anniversary Oct. 8th
It ABB. If ON KtON/SH
Kahhi Kronish
JSanied Chairman
By Special Report
Sew York Rabbi Leon Kron-
ish. Temple Both Sholom. Miami
Beach, has been named the chair-
man of the new Committee on Is-
rael of the Central Conference of
American Rabbis
The Committee was formed
during the recent Middle F.a.-t
crisis to coordinate activities of
the Reform rabbinate in assisting
the Israeli people and the State of
Israel The CCAR purchased S50.
(VX) of Israeli Bonds, and pit-deed
an equivalent amount of dues con-
tributions, above regular
M.....by (be rabbis for the I'nited
.1 isb Appeal's Israel Emergency
Fund. Contributions by the rahb's
I abo\e funds already
pledged in local communities
Rabbi Kronish has alo been
asked bj the CCAR to recommend
action proi rims for Reform con
ns. special study missions
by the Reform rabbinate in Israel,
and other activities deemed ne<
to complete the 'ask of restor
bid peace in the Middle Bast
The CCAR serves 1.000 Reform
rabbis ministering to a member
ship of 1000.000.
A gala dinner commemorating
the 18th .Chail Anniversary of Tern
pie Menorah has been scheduled
for Sunday niyht. Oct. 8. in the
('rand Ballroom of the Fontaine-,
Mean Hotel. Leonard Rosen, presi-
dent of the Miami Beach congrega-
tion announced this week.
The dinner, expected to attract
a record attendance, will climax
a month-long series of events mark-
ing the growth of the synagogue
from 42 charter members to its
current strength of 600 member
families.
Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz has
served as spiritual leader of Tem-
' pie Menorah since 1951 when the
I congregation moved to its current
site at 620 75th St.. Miami Beach.
Mr Rosen said a national Jewish
leader will speak at the Oct. 8
function, which will be held during
the High Holy Days to emphasize
the soecial significance of the Chai
or 18th annicersary in Judaism.
This Sunday evening. Temple
Menorah will sponsor its Third
Annual Festival of Israel Art in its
Social Hall Some of the outstand-
ing artists from Israel will be ex-
Temple Sinai To
Start New Building
Temple Sinai of North Dade will
h"M groundbreaking ceremonies
for its new sanctuary and social
hall at 4 p.m on Sunday. Sept 17.
on the temple grounds. 18801 NF.
22nd Ave., N Miami Beach
High Holy Day son ices von
ducted by Rabbi Ralph P. Kblgsley
will be held at N. Miami Beach
Auditorium, 17011 NB 19th Ave
For reservations, contact the tern
pie office.
hibited and an appropriate des-
criptive brochure prepared by Josh
Kliegerman of the Gulf-American !
Collectors Galleries will be distri-
buted.
In addition to the exhibit of
paintings. Israeli song medleys will !
be presented, including "Jeru-
Salem, the Golden" which has !
come Israel's song of victory' of 'he
six-day war.
Among the paintings to be ex-1
hibited will be works by Moshe j
Castel. who is Israel's most pro-j
minent artist and whose work (
adorns the new Knesset Building in
Jerusalem His early work entitl-1
ed "Pioneers will be on display, j
Other Israeli artists to be shown i
are Mane Katz. Shmuel Bonch and
Ruben Reuvan.
Mr. Rosen announced that the
Art Festival will also feature a
cocktail party in order to give the
members of Temple Menorah an
opportunity to come together.
following the summer vacation in
the form of a reunion party. The
member* will have an opportunity
to personally greet each other as
well as Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz.
who has just returned from a three
n i k siay in Israel. The Rabbi
will give his impressions of his
visit to the artist colony of Safad
Invitations have been sent to
members of Temple Menorah and
admission is free for the members
and their friends.
Israel Group Opposses
Return of Territories
JERUSALEM - A group
of well-known Israelis announced
this week the formation of a
Movement for Undivided Israel.'
I to oppose return by the govern
ment of any areas now occupied by
Israel as a rwauU. of the Six-Day
War. The group includes promi-
nent Israeli writers, poets, play
wrights. persons formerly active
in Israel's security forces and oth
era in politics.
Part of the new movemei .
crete program proposed the
velopment of more setUemeni
the Ktzion area, between
hem and Hebron, on the west
of the Jordan River. Four kil I
/im existed in that area pr
the Jordanian occupation, ar i
'movement said that member
religious kibbutzim as wel' ,
\ahal. the parliamentary iff
tural organization, are read)
start settlements in the area
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Advanced Course
At Emanii-El
Dr. Irvint Lchrman, spiritual
leader <>f Temple Emanu-El. has
announced the formation of an
Honors Continuation Class for the
first time in the temple's educa-
tional program.
The spei lal course, taught by
Mrs Fay Felnsteln, will be open
to boys and girls who have com-
pleted six years of Hebrew Day
i It will be held on Monday.-.
Wednesdays and Sundays
According to Myer SUverman,
educational director of the temple.
the course will be based on Ivrit
v'lvrit and be a highly informa-
tive program for older students.
Registration for the Honors
Class, .is well as all departments of
the Emanu-E] Religious School.
are still being accepted, Judge
Frederick N. Barad. chairman of
'he Board of Education, announc-
ed Classes in the Solomon Schecht-
er Day School and daily Religious
School be^an on Wednesday. The
Sunday School and Junior High
Department will commence Sept
10
Senate Backs Mideast
Desalination Program
WASHINGTON(JTA)Fifty-one
members of the Senate this week
cosponsored a resolution calling for
implementation of a $540,000,000
"Eisi nhower plan'' for nuclear rle
salinatiotfto promote peaci tl
Near East
Th" resolution, drafted by Sen
ator Howard Baki
sponsored b> 32 Republican
ators and 19 D< Senat
Baker stal that I. W
Fulbri shl ol Ih & lati I
Relal i nmittee pi
early hearings would be held i
ihe measure.
The proposal i- bised on a plan
first envisaged by Admiral l
Strauss former head of the VI i
Energy Commission, In the 1950's
It proposes construction of three
nuclear desalination plants to be
operated under control of the In-
ternational Atomic Energy Agen
cy, with the cooperation of the
United States and Israel
Subject Will Be
Fla. Constitution
On Tut iday, at 8:15 pin Shol
lx>dge of B'nai B'rith will pre.
George I restoni of the Plot
House of Representatives,
Richard B Stone, ol tl Fle-i
Senate, -
! ... atui : the pi 'i
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held at Washington i
Ohev Shalom Will Move
The membership of the Ohev
ingregation ill move
. i new temple on Sunday.
he just completed edifice, locat-
7D11 Bonita Dr.. Miami
leach, is the fulfillment of the
. nation's seven year-old
The occasion will be mark
a ceremonial celebration
Jlghlighted by the traditional "pro-
Lssi n of the Torahs."
Five Torahs brought here from
idianapolis, Ind., Newark. N.J .
m. S (" Bronx. N Y and
looklyn. NY will be carried by
[ipointed dlgnitariea who will
ansport the Scrolls under the pro-
ctive covering of a canopy Utiliz
: in Jewish wedding ceremonies.
Orthodox ohev Shalom Con-
: -non as oi .< niicd seven
. age I y a small group, with
tabbi Phlneas Weberman as spiri
.; leader Services wire con
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3 ELUL ;-727
Number 35
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Action Needed To Aid
Jews in Arab Lands

refugees in
much too
I
..
.es.

nent
feral. 1 |ewa
cruel in-

ie of
pre-
intriei
|ewi9h communi
I consider-
es in the Six-Day
:-.e.
..... '
ted to a
:! of Nazi Ger-
y. The d city left
including wc: md
in the streets of
Ihe S t with hu: li li more thrown
In ail.
ill I in several
dar -a and many hundreds
lews wei rd in Egypt and Iraq. Jews
re also atta k I in Algeria and Aden.
A: latest count, thousands of Egyptian lews
and Jewish nationals who are not Egyptian
Lzens are still being held in concentration
camps in that country and all efforts by Jewish
organizations to establish contact with the Jew-
ish prisoners through the International Red
Cross, have failed.
Experience has shown that failure on the
part of world Jewry to secure intervention on be-
half of the Jews in Arab lands inevitably re-
sults in a worsening of the situation to a point
of intolerable proportions.
Last week, the United Nations Secretary
General indicated that the world body might
probe the situation.
No effort musl b^ spared to induce world
leaders to intervene with the Arab govern-
ments in a prompt and effective manner.

SHALOM
Support the United Fund
There is no more satisfying form of phi-
101/ gift that is destined to con-
iood to the greatest number.
Surh an endeavor is the United Fund of
Dade County which is ifs 1957 cam-
in on Tuesday evening with its oil:
opening dinner lo be attended by some 700
I and business leaders.
ie a detailed list of the numerous
vices carried our by benefi iary ies of the
United Fund would be too lengthy to cite h
mention should be made of the family coun-
seling, youth work ilth
.-. senior ":'iz^ns activit I plann-
ing services carried out by the more than 40
agerries.
A.-'ide from the fact that one out of o:
four persons in the county receives some form
of direct aid from one of the benei
we should not lose sigh! of the t
the United Fund m commvu
a better place to live and work.
The United Fund demands of every resi-
dent of Dade County th oblige-
the gratifying
thou senior citizens and fami.
in need of help.
Mayor Robert King High
The outstanding Stic of th<
of Mio bert King High was I
he always sought to serve the lit!
doing so he i was faced with tor:
odds in many ventures.
In his struggle to make Miami a betl
city. Mayor High sometimes tackled powerful
interests, which in his view, stood in the way
of local progress.
Mayor High also deserves a good deal of
the credit for the relatively smooth manner in
which Miami passed through an era of tran-
sition in the field of civil rights. It was in this
area particularly that he was able to offer a
happy blend of wisdom and common sense
that paid dividends for Miamians of all races
and creeds.
Last week, the Miami Jewish community
along with all other Miamians were shocked
at the sudden death of the dynamic young
leader who had 0 I a nationwide re-
putation during his decide in office.
His leadership will be missed and his con-
tributions to a better Miami will not be forgotten.
Friday. September 3. 19' V
""il
Matter at Fan
Itii -fitst'ph Alsop
AIS0P
WASHINGTON The civil
rights movement, which began
with such high hopes and such
general support, thus far has
hardly more than two tangible
achievements to its credit urban
riots and d< se reg ited
rooms What then has me
wrong?
The answer is brutally simple
Hardly anyone, and above all,
hardl) anyone among the white
liberal ai nm< nt li a lei -
who bear the i hiel blame, has
willin | to face and to di al
with the hard il facts of
the Xegro situation in this coun
Irj li you look al those facts
vim at onci
roots nf the hon or that
ned Detroit Ne a k
man) other citi< tow ns,
Cons for
'
Robei' Kcnne
dy on in- bill to create more jobs
in the nation's m ban ghettos 1 he
Kenned)
h us ti r ;i Ion
time: but his description of those
i can be d< as a dis
closure because no single ;
man has evei i v bed I em be
The Pentagon vs. the U.S.
One of the
i our coi 'ire
ibility : some seg-
ment of ourGov rrti ;r)ic-
led p ie United States.
on the groui
a help in reassuring a
blic.
The U.S.
/ere afoot to daul
number of Aral men receiving
tountry during the com-
'; of cours i ction to U.S.
I and main-
relations with the Arab states.
i the height of tolly, however, to off^r
training to the nations that
denounced America in the United Nations and
:essed their open intentions of continu
their campaign to destrov Israel.
One can 1 |y hoj
by Qie Pi will not b
d to the Arab off*
cost the lives of Israelis
or A s.
Low Census (
I) p bei in with, Sen
Kennedy brought out the highly
n fact that ,]i" census
has regular!) undercounted the
Negro population in this country
by lo per cent over-allwith this
undercount mainly taking place
in the urban ghettos, where it
may reach 20 per cent Kennedy-
then took a typical ghetto popu-
lation of 230.000 Negroes, of
which, according to census esti-
mates, 56.000 would be adult
males l>ctwccn 20 and 64 yean
ot ace.
"Of these (Negro men)," he re
marked, neither the census bu
reau nor the labor department
can find from one fifth to one
third, because they have no fixed
address, no job: the) drift about
the city, separated from their
families, as if they were of no
greater concern to their fellow
citizens than to man) iparrows
or spent matches."
After subtracting these lost
battalions," as Kennedy called
th "whom the Labor Department
can find Of that total, no lets
than 11 per cent have dropped
out of the ofticially counted "la-
bor force since they have given*
lip hope and cc.ised looking for
work. That left Kennedy with a
labor force" of 36,500, with 10
per cent currently unemployed
.Hid many holding |oba paying
lets than |60 I week whuh
means lobs below the povi rty
level
Many Unemployed
Thus of the 58,000 men in this
typical (ghetto," Sen Kennedy
concluded, "onlj 24.500, just 43 7
per cent, have full time employ-
ment winch pays more than $60
week i inly 90.000, I hare ma-
jority, have full time work at any
rate ot paj Leas than thn.....ut
of five have any work at all"
Such is the hon-ifyidl; situation
that has long been concealed by
the census undercount, plu> the
heai > concei ti
2io i rblessncsi in tii- ui
ghettos w here the troubU
With over 40
employment
adult males,
like -in pei ci bo
ouths also ithout woi
istonishing that the trouble in
ghettos hag not t en u
Sen Kenned) I igures
been chal
Add to thesi
tional failure to p i \,
minorit) the kind ot mil ii
- .
i fail .
in t
i nougl to
can Negroes r< ai hing
reci
b
ing said this, we should > i
ihame
ty
nex
1)01
700
bus
it
Kni
llei
the
'I
Fui
fici
?
Poor
Housing
To thi
education, one must then idd t
sad but true i in ho
ing This has now hoi n I I, vl
by the I "inn, t
sit) socii logists l rai I
n and Richai I \ nrai
i remarkable New publ
artu Ie
E
h
ti
s
r
f
9
thi
Je
So
I '
Space forbids detaile
oi the cogent Pivi n-CIo .rd ar-
gument that the immediate go 1
now ought to Im- decent housil -
inside the ghettos, rather ;:an de
segregated housing The point to
note is that adoption of the Ie-
practical, though more moral!,
attractive coal has left fee gTCl I
mass of Negroes in the urban
ghettos with housing that :
worse and worse and scarcer and
scarcer with each passing rear.
Despite all New York City'
efforts, for instance, the numbe
Of substandard housing units
most all in the ghettosl u
from 420.000 to S25.000
1980 and 1969 while in | e
period, the city's total stock il
low rental housing units dropp< I
b) 260.000 -Not only u ti
suppl) of low income units
minished." say Mrs iv
Cloward, "but segregatio has
creased
Action Needed
In every ;lui- that l.
ten then- in Ji bs, and
lion, and in housingaU he -
but bumbling efforts I
justice to \meii, a's \< gTO m-
noiity bav< beei flat b i
have been flat busts h<'. .
have nevei b '
Indeed, the real
dom been ascertained, They have
been flat hosts, too. bet
moral cart has always '
hi fore the practical h
The practical aetion
ni. ded w ill (* more diffii
because it is almost too
will als i mst hundreds of bil-
lions I'.ut no matter wi
price may be to prev< '
Republic from declining into j
continent M/cd "South Air I :
price mint be paid!
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United Fund Launches Campaign
YM ;ind YWIIA of Greater Miami.
The 1967 United Fund cam-
paign will run for nine consecutive
weeks in Dade County and is sched-
uled to close on Nov. 21
71II l
busiti*
it .
Km-' '
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Thi United Fund of Dade Conn
ty will launch il> 1967 ca.npai-n
next Tuesday with a dinner at the
Dor.11 ountry Club in which some
mm unity, industrial and
leaders "ill participate.
announce I bj .lames I..
president of the Miami
and genera' chairman of
the campaign
Tin goal for this fear's United
Fund ive "" behalf of 43 hen.'
lu-i.r; agencies is 13.875,000
? ;, Kmmei O'Donnell. Jr
S< \ Offers \i For So\ iel Jews
Continued from Pqe 1-A
I old mi n, .mil there i- no
01 lake then place There
;m n onlj very few rabbis, they
said, then- uere also no facili
i : training rabbis and reli
achers They also noted
thai Soviet Union has not car
ried it its promise to permit
public! uon ol Jewish prayer books
Th< Council's offer was made
in a letter last week to the Soviet
Embassy in Washington to which
to ds'e. it has not replied In
the o*fer, the Council leaders
stated the organiiation was
"prepared to guarantee that our
rabbi! and teachers will not en-
gage n any activities which are
frowned upon by the Soviet re-
gime and, of course, by the con-
gregations."
The in Council spokesmen said
thej had found "evidence of anti
Jew -' < ti\ ities in the wake of the
Government's intense pro-
i."..iit ., sins! Israel
(USAF, ret .i. national president of
.he United Service Organisations
USO), will be eucsl speaker at the
dinner.
Mi Knight said that a portion
ni the dinner program will be de
voted to a parade of United Fund
agency services The parade will
utilize the most descriptive type oi
illustrative materialreal live pen
pie who have been served through
tin 41! agent ies <>i the United Fund
Narrator foi the "parade" ivill be
Mapam Offers Plan
For Jordan Peace
TEL Wiv i.i I a An Arab
Israeli "pi ace plan." with it^ main
-t on possible peace with Jor
Ian, was issued this week by Ma
nam. the left-wing Israeli political
art) which is .. member oi the
litii n go\ rnment Under the
Mapam plan the west bank of the
Ionian River would given hack
to Jordan, but "only after certain
ler adjustments." The unifies
tion ol Jerusalem, Mapam advised,
should stay as it i- now
Jordan and Israel. Ihe Duty also
Mated, could solve the Arab n
gee problem Part of the solution
would call for Israel to permit the
return to Ihe west bank area of
more Arab- amon : those who had
taken refuge in Jordan during the
June war, but onl) for purposes ol
reunification ol families. The rest
the Arab refugees would be set
tied in Jordan In return. Jordan
would DC -ranted by Israel an out
let to the Mediterranean S.-.i
ii
ty'
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Friday, September 8. 19-
Suez Fighting Is Renewed
Continued From Pag* 1-A
SIDNEY tfRONSON
Efronson Named
Municipal Judge
S iuth Miami City Council has
Nations supervisor of ceasefire
operations. Lt. den. Odd Bull, got
m the region this week. Before the ^h jjdes t0 agree to keep their |
exchanges between the two sides i shipping off the canal. Israel had
wore over, one Israeli soldier was jnsisted right along that a policy
killed and another was wounded,, 0f ejther or neither" be imple-
the Egyptians hit an Israeli heli menTed. under which both sides
copter attempting to pick up wouid be allowed to use the canal
wounded, and the Israelis sank an 0|. ncjther side.
' ,.f Egypt to run some of its ships
"!, :"' ;' ;' Eg^tlans opened 'hrou,h thC southern half of the
eiis stationed -gift BS^,ffi
I!'
the Tort Tewfik area
fired back. The Inited Nations
cease-fire observers arranged a
halt to the firine. but Egypt broke
that agreement within five minu-
tes. It was here that one Israeli
lost his life, and another was
wounded.
The Egyptians then started
-lulling Israel forces in the Sinai.
about six and a half miles from
Port Tewfik and continued to fire
B Dy iov. Mm jn Ue of ,wo separate cease-fire
Efnn S,artl .*!!! arrangements reached by the Unit-
ed Nations military observers.
All along the area on and
near th canal, the Egyptians
kept up steady streams of fire
with artillery and mortar. Israel
remained in passession of Port
Tewfik. The Israeli helicopter
had been hit during one of these
engagements. The Egyptian
torpec*o boat had been sunk in
the canal.
The situation along the Suez
Canal has been relatively quiet
since July 27. when the United
(Jen Moshe Oayan. demanded re-
ciprocity, saving Israel would also
u>e that section of the canal if
Egypt did
linterl Sidney Efronson a
V iicip.il Judge Efronson will fill
f nnexpired term of David I'opp-
c who was appointed Circuit
( rt Judge by Gov. Kirk
Jud
ji geship with 30 cases on the
d ket He has been in law prac-
tice 17 years, and a resident of
U mi for 20 years.
Efronson attended the Univer-
of Michigan at Ann Arbor
a- received his IX. B from the
I versity of Miami in 1950. He
v.- on the Zoning Board of the
City Of South Miami for six years,
a Veteran of World War II, a
i mber of the Dade County and
F 'ida Bar Associations.
Withdraw Plea
For Yarmulke
Continued from Page 1-A
live demonstration of the concept
of a pluralistic society"' in the
United States.
A spokesman for the five organi-
Jordan Memorial Rites
Slated For Sept. 17
NEW YORK A memorial serv-
ic for Charles H. Jordan, late
executive vice-chairman of the
.t Distribution Committee, will
take place Sept. 17 at Carnegie
Hall here, it was announced by
L is Broido. JDC Chairman Mr
J "dan disappeared on Aug. 16
a- r leaving his hotel room in
Prague. Czechoslovakia, to buy an MHOM indicated that a disagree-
Ax erican newspaper. His bodv was menl nad developed among the
f nd in the Voltava River four groups on the strategy and tactics
later. Mr. Jordan's bodv was nf handling the yarmulke case,
re-jrned to New York, and he was Pending further discussions on
b. led last week in a private fam ', Procedure- il was felt ^^ ,he
|h service 'petition to the State Education
"-. team of pathologist; performed Commissioner should be with-
a 'econd autopsy on Mr. Jordan's
I ly in New York. Their final re-
p rl may take two weeks or longer, ,
ling laboratory examination of bounty; East Union County Jewish
t ue specimens. The team con- Counci1
ed of Dr. Henry Siegel, execu
1 deputy chief medical examiner
ol -he City of New York, and Dr.
-ell s Fisher, chief medical
miner of the State of Maryland
Ai-i present at the post-mortem
were Dr William Antopol, a paih-
< -gist and chief of laborat* '
f h Israel Medical Center. New
> -k City, and Dr. Alexander Co
i director of the health depart-
nt of JDC Headquarter-
The Minyonaires Synagogue
373S BIRD ROAD, MIAMI, FLA.
Proudly announces that
CANTOR LOUIS COHEN
WILL CONDUCT SERVICES
FOR THE HIGH HOLY DAYS
"A Modern Traditional Service"
Seats Now Available
MODHATHT PRICED
CALL:
446-2181 or 446-7471
MAX W. rtmCHIN, President
ISADOK KtSSUK, Kit. Chairman
drawn. The petition as originally
filed was signed by the Jewish
Community Council of Essex
ounci
:ions of the American Jewish
Congress, the American Jewish
Committee and the Anti-Defama-
tion League of B'nai B'rith.
CANTOR
FRED BERNSTEIN
able ?3- the High Holiday*. Call from
m '3 430 p.m. JE I 3353 or alter
Call $31.7367.
Temple Sinai
The Reform Temple of North
Dade, 18801 N.E. 22 Ave.,
North Miami Beach.
Ralph P. Kingsley, Rabbi
Ground Breaking for 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
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
MOW ACCEPTING NEW MEMBERS IN
"The Pioneer Conservative Congregation Of Miami'
Soterhood. Men's Club. Young Mjrrieds. ATIO. USY. Adult Education
REGISTRATION IN THE RELIGIOUS SCHOOLS
SOUTH DADE CENTER
7500 5.W. 120hS Street
Nursery and Kindergarten
All Grades through the eighth
CORAL WAY CENTER
2625 S.W. 3rd Avenue
All grades through High School
Schools Accredited By The Bureau of Jewish Education
FOR INFORMATION AND PARTICULARS CALL:
371-4795-------238-2601
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
CONSERVATIVE
13630 WEST DIXIE HIGHWAY
NORTH MIAMI
Rabbi David Rosenfeld
Cantor Ben lion Kirschenbaum
REGISTRATION OPEN FOR KINDERGARTEN
HEBREW AND SUNDAY SCHOOL
MEMBERSHIP INVITED
SEATS AVAILABLE FOR HIGH HOLIDAYS
751-7578
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proudly announces
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To be held in the air-conditioned Hibiscus Masonic Auditorium
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The services will be conducted, and the sermons preached, by
our distinguished spiritual leader. Dr. Shmaryahu T Swirsky
and Mr Louis Schwartzman, educator and prominent speaker.
The liturgy will be chanted by the renowned Cantor William
B. Nussen and his symphonic choir.
The services will be spir.roally ennobling, religiously inspiring
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Since this is a distinct spiritual accommodation to the community,
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Auction To Hare Jewish Ritual Art
Paul H. Marks
Mark Harris
Sidney D. Ansin
Jordcn Davidson
Four Miamians Are Honored At
Pi Lamcla Phi Miami Convention
NEW YORK An important
collection of Jewish Ceremonial
Art will be sold at auction by Plaza
Art Galleries, New York. S-pt 14.
The Judaica collection, consisting
of over -'Mi .Jewish ritual objects ol
gold silver pewter and brass, is
the propertj of Ludovici Berman
and other collectors of Judaica.
Consisting of magnificent Torah
ornaments, spice containers,
Chanukah menorahs, Sabbath
lamp-. Megillah scrolls, manu-
scripts, trays and other objects
used in i wish ritual, the collec-
tioi is a rare group brought to
one spot Collectors from
all over Ihe country and n im
i irael are expected In
01
Many of the objects are of primi-
tive workmanship, and quite a few
could be called folk art ceremonial
objects. This it in cause in many
countries Jews were forbidden to
be members of the guilds, and
where they had to make the ob-
ject- of the Jewish ritual them-
selves, the) were fiequent!>
than master craftsmen
Convention Votes
Anti-Zjonist Plank
Continued from Pege 1-A
the rally, there were two
known American Jewish authors,
Herman \Vo\ik and Bel Kaufman.
Four prominent members of
the Miami Jewish community were
made honorary members of the
Pi Lamba Phi Fraternity at its
recent annual convention held in
Miami Beach,
Cited at the convention for their
humanitarian activities were Sid
ne> I) Ansin of Miami Beach
om ner i f WCKT T\ Jordan
DaTldson of Bay Harbour Island.
an in\e>tment executive; Aaron
T Foster of Miami Beach, a furni-
ture executive: and Mark Harris
of Miami Beach, a retired in
vestment executive.
Paul H Marks, a Miami attorney
and chairman of the board of the
f Igler Federal Savings and Loan
Association, was chairman of the
convention which featured former
Governor Fuller Warren as guest
speaker.
Mr. Ansin was cited for his civic
activitle! which include the United
Fund which he served as Chair-
man, the Miami Chamber of Com-
merce and tht' Miami Crime Com
mission which he serves as presi-
dent.
Mr Davidson was honored for
hi- work in the cultural field He
served as president of the Florida
Poets Association, and chairman
of the Greater Miami Poetry Festi-
val He was also chairman of the
Retarded Children's Home. a
member of the board of the Miami
Beach Opera Guild and Vice presi-
dent of the Cultural Arts League
of Greater Miami
Mr Euster was honored for his
efforts on behalf <( the physically
handicapped and for his activities
with Goodwill Indus-
Mr Harris was honored by the
Fraternity tor h.- efforts on
halt of Brandcis I niversit}
Founded in 1805 at Yale Uni-
versity, Pi Lamba Phi is the oldest
ni n-sectarian fraternity Members
from 45 chanters Il1rou4i10.il the
United States and Canada attended
the Conclave.
The Florida chapter of the
fraternity was founded in 1925
by the late E. Max "Goldy"
Goldstein, the University of
Florida's great all-southern
tackle.
Among the nationally prominent
members (.f the fraternity are
Mortimer Caplin, former I'.S. Com-
missioner of Internal Revenue;
Bennet Cerl. author and publisher;
David Croll. member of the Cana-
dian Senate; theatrical producer
Oscar Hammer stein II; baseball
pitching star Sandy Koufax; film
producer Stanley Kramer; musical
composer Richard Rodjjers; base-
ball star Al Rosen; and author
Build Schulberg.
Mr Marks, convention chair-
man, is the recipient of the three
highest awards ever given to a
fraternity alumnuis: the Big Pi for
outstanding civic achievement, the
National Council key for merit-
orious service to the fraternity,
and the certificate of merit
Other Miamians who were
awarded certificates of merit at
the convention include: Julian R.
Benjamin. Herschel Rosenthal.
Jay H Rossin, Irving Rubin and
Louis G Wechsler.
Mi mbers ol the convention com-
mittee included: Sidney Aronovltz,
1 nard Beldner, Alvin Cassel,
Bart Cohen. Maurice Cromer.
I Judge Irving Cypen, Judge Milton
Friedman Milton M Gaynor, Bill
Jordan, Jaj Kislak, Judge Edward
Klein, Joseph I.ipton. Sam Luby
Jr.. Frank M Marks. Dr. Marvin
I MitUS, Stanley Newm.irk. Al-
bert Pallot. Norton Pallot. Herschel
Rosenthal. Mr. Rossin. Irving Ru-
bin, Senator Bob Shevin, Sam
Silver. Mr Wechsler and Leonard
Wien
The cen nial objects in the Many of the island's vacation resi
ti I primarily in Fast- dents had opposed bringing Dr
ern ar.d Central Europe, North King to the resort area Miss Kauf
Africa and the Mediterranean coun- man said that the people who
tries For thi mos1 part they rep Should have been reached :,y the
resent the 16th to l!th century rally had ni I shown up.
SHOULD YOUR CHILD CONTINUE
HIS JEWISH EDUCATION?
Your child deserves the opportunity to study Judaism and Jew-
ish life on a secondary level, when he is mature and can fully
appreciate the significance of living as a Jew in America.
REGISTER YOUR CHILD NOW IN WE
CENTRAL HEBREW HIGH SCHOOL
of the Bureau of Jewish Education
Branches located throughout the community
Classes begin week of September 11.
FOR DETAILS, WRITE OR 'PHONE THE
BUREAU OF JEWISH EDUCATION
940 Lincoln Road Mall
Miami Beach
HERBERT ZVi BERGER, Director
'Phone 531-0403
Registration in all Jewish schools is now open Hebrew depart-
ments begin Tuesday, September 5; One-a-day-a-week depart-
ments begin Sunday, September 10
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WHY TRAVEL SO FAR
MOST CENTRALLY LOCATED TEMPLE
TEMPLE TIFERETH ISRAEL
6500 NORTH MIAMI AVENUE
CONSERVATIVE
Selichos Services Midnight Sept. 30
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Oriental Israelis' !
Delinquency High
Continued from Pec,e 1-A
istics are not. of course, unrelated
to each other Of the 100 dilinquent
cases, half were from the western
community, and the other half
from the oriental community. The
nondelinquents, on the other hand,
were nearly four times as often
drawn from the western segment
ol the population, the percentages
oi oriental and western community
subjects in the nondeliquent sam-
ple being 7! and 21 respectively
''Similarly, the norulellnquvnt
cases to a much greater extent,
represented the 'older settler' seg-
ment of the Israeli population.
Some 60 percent of the nondelin-
quents. as against only 43 percent
"I the delinquent cases, came from
families which had settled in Is-
rael prior to 1948, Finally, the
fathers of 18 percent of the non-
delinquents but for 51 percent of
delinquents, were unskilled work-
ers.
"Thus, the delinquent, or at
least their families, were more
recent immigrants, more often
from underdeveloped communities
In As:., and North Africa, and very
often of low occupational skill."
THE UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW CONGREGATIONS
816 CONGRESS BUILDING RABBI ROBERT P. FRAZIN, Director PHONE 379-4553
Cordially Invites You To Join One Of Its Affiliated
Reform Or Liberal Temples In The Greater Miami Area NOW
Rosh Hashona Begins Wednesday Evening, October 4th
f ROSH HASHONAH
OCT. 5th & 6th J
?YOM KIPPUR OCT. 13th & 14th j
RALPH CARMI, RABBI
ALBERT GLANTZ, CANTOR
Registration open for Hebrew and Sunday School
Bar and Bas Mitzvah and Pre-Confirmation Classes
WE PROUDLY ANNOUNCE THAT TEMPLE MEMBERSHIP |
INCLUDES HIGH HOLY DAY TICKETS AND HEBREW
I AND SUNDAY SCHOOL TUITION. <

M, 1-6791-PL 7-1831
4- 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
TEMPLE BETH SH0L0M
"The Liberal Congregation on the Beach"
4144 Chase Avenue, Miami Bench
OR. LEON KR0NISH, Rabbi DAVID C0NVISIR, Contor
DANIEL FRANZEL, Assistant Rabbi
(Nursery School through Confirmation)
Religious School Registration Now in Progress
Call the Temple Office JE 8-7231
I 'i -i >'.! ill Ti Hi' I''' ^
The Beth Sho'om Fair Share Family Plan
TEMPLE SINAI
North Dade's Reform Temple
18801 N.E. 22nd Ave., North Miami Beach
RABBI RALPH P KINGSLEY
WORSHIP SERVICES Hebrew and Sunday
School through Confirmatun
High Holy Day Services: North Miami Beach
Auditorium. 17010 N.E. 19 Avs.
TEMPLE JUDEA
5500 Granado Boulevard, Coral Gables
Serving Cor.il Gables and South Dade
RABBI MORRIS A. KIPPER
Herzl W. Honor. Education Director
Joseph Krefeti, President
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL ADULT EDUCATION
YOUTH GROUP
for altiHrtion and informofion, phone 667-5657
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI
S
137 N. E.
. ..II nl I Mill
19th Street
Count] for *
DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT, Rabbi
JACOB C. BORNSTEIN, Contor
Services every friday evening at 1:15 o'clock
Mid-Week Hebrew Classes: North Miamiat
John F. Kennedy Junior High.
South Miami at University of Miami
For Temple Affiliation and Religious School Information
Cell 379-1757
5950 N. Kendall Drive (S.W. 88th St.)
SOUTH MIAMI. FLORIDA
Cordially Invite* You to Join Its Congregational
Family. Religious School. Hebrew School,
Nursery School. Adult Education, Youfh Group.
Phone MO 6-2536
RABBI HERBERT M. BAUMGARD, D.H.L.
MICHAEL KYRR Canter
______Adjacent to Coral Gables and Kendall
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Fridny SoptPmber 8. 1967
9SU
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ions
&
ervices
5UOATH ISRAEL. 7801 Cariyie Av
^rtriodox. Rabbi lr Ever

A-.AVAT SHALOM CONGREGA
"ION. 9S5 SW 67th Ay*. OrthoJox.
Cantor Morrs Barr.

-SHE EVES 2533 SW 19th Ave
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowm.

EETH DAVID 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conitrvatlv*. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipson.

ETH EL. 500 SW 17th Avenue
odox Rabbi Solomon Schiff.

EETH ISRAEL 770 40th St. MB
,-rthodox. Rabb' Berel Wein.

EETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave .
'.' B Orthodox Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
- -virsky Cantor Maurice Mamthea.

EETH KODESH 1101 SW 12th Ave
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
.-nipiro Cantor Ben Dickson
S.i 11 Si
i Huly lh.m S
1 7 p in

EETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
'.630 W Dixie Hwy Conservative
Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum.
i) > -
. i .' hoMfil h>
.1 m Sf
i i
E' TH SOLOMON r-0 NW 51st PI.
Conserative.

EETH TFILAH 935 Euclid Ave Or-
.odox Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky

BETH TORAH. 164th st and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative, labbi Max Lip
-h-tr Cantor Jam* ""iitr
Inj p in S.tiut ii.t\ s:3n .i in li.it
, .ill Jori i, Salmon al r>
v. tin' I'nl Mli hn< I Si Imnn

Sll< nil i' 111

CANDIELIGHTING TIME
3 ELUL 7:14
, j
VNA RAPHAEL '401 NW ISVd St
Conservative Rabbi Charles M. Ru-
bel Cantor Jack Lerner

CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
OF M'AMi. 1!43 Washington Ave.
Orthodox Rabbi Dow Rosencwaig.

rT LlOEhO*l E EMANU-EL. 18G1
S Andrew* Ave. Reform R.ibbi
Richard M. L-vrton. CantOi Jerome
Kiement.

FT LAUDEHDALE TEWPLc BETH
ISRAEL. 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd.
Rabbi Philip Chaiton. Cantor Theo-
dore Mindich.

HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
126 E. Hallandale tseach Blvd. Max
J We.tz officiates.

HEBREW ACADEMY ?400 Pmetree
Dr Orthodox Rabbi Alexander S
Gross.
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson St. Conservative. Rabbi
David Shapiro Cantor Yeliudah
Heifbraim

ISRAELITE CENTER 3175 SW 25th
St Oon*#rvt'*'* Rahbi Avrom L.
Dr.mn Cantor Nathan Parnass

JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Sterr
Cjntor Meyer Engel
KNESETH ISRAEL 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox Rabbi Oavid LehrfielO
Cantor Abraham Seif.

MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737'
Bird Rd Modern Traditional. Cantor
Louis Cohen.

CHEV SHALOM. 9'1 Normandy Or.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeas Weber-
man.

SEPHAROiC JLW.Si-i CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rev Cantor Sadi Nah
mias
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan.
Fi lilitj l>.n lu
I...... r ". I:.;'. .I
M m

TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUN. Con
Se'vative. 1025 NE iP'rd St Miami
Gardens Ril Rabbi Milton Schlinsky.
Cantor Harry Sterling.

TEMPLE BETH AM. 5950 N. Kendall
Dr. S Miami. Reform Rabhi Her-
bert Baumgard. Cantor Michael Kyrr
.i.v- ami

THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
A Lesson In Responsibility
IKabiiniccil *J eUvision f-^rocjrams
Sept. 10Ch 7. 10:00 a.m. The Still Small Voice
Host Rabbi .lonah Caplan. sky Lake Synagogue,
North Miami Beach.
Topic: The Jewish Calendar and its implications
Sept 10Ch 10 11:00 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Rabhi Morris A Skop.
Sept 12Ch 2. 9 30 10:30 p.m. Man to Man.
Topic: The Theology of Si K
Moderator Rev Luther C Pierce
Participants: Dr. Max Lipschitz. Beth Torah Cong ;
Ifsgr Joseph li. O'Shea, Diocese of Miami.
Rev Edward Graham, Mt. Zion Baptist Church
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LIVING HfBREW
presented by THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF
HEBREW CULTURE and the AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION
Editor: Dr. Shlomo Kodesh
Easj conversations taken from everyday life in Israel with typical
< iquii II ims and proverbs!
THI POSTMAN COMETH
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doorbell
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good lime
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l< (iood dungs iom< la I \
leminilei from ihe Income I .ik
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m> ia\ icium.
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pjm% me'
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touching
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TEMPLE BETH EL OF HOLLY-
WOOD 1351 S. 14th An Reform
abhi Samuel Ja*
1'ini.iy v I.", p.m Milton r irii.ii. panl
,1. hi cif 1I1. Irmpli 1 ilui '
^ :i nil ilclivfr .1 M?n

TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL 15-45
Jefferson Ave Conservative. Rabhi
David Raab. Cantor Saul H. Breeh

TEMPLE BETH SHALOM of Holly-
wood 172*1 Monro- Si Conservative
Rabbi Morton Malavsky Cantor
Philip Lutman

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOV. 4144 Chase
Ave. Liberal. Kabbi Leon Kronisn
C nior Oavirt Conviser
FVitlaj R 13 ; in Xew Junior I! -'
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tlou

TEMPLb BtTH TOV. 64:8 SW 8tn
St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon Acnl
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TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM 16800 NW
22nd Ave. Conservative. Cantor
Abraham Reisem.m. ..

TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing.:
ton Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Irving .
Lehrman Cantor Zvi Adler
I- i.l.i> i. ii in Kamnln> n m Ra
In Sri I VIP Kahlinlh Si rmon
"The 'in- in "in Sri.....In '
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TEMPLE ISRAEL OF OHEATER MI-
AMI. 137 NE 19th St Reform. Rabb<
Jtfteph R. Narot.

TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIRAMAR
3500 SW 69th Way. Conservative.
Rabbi Irwin Cutler.

TEMPLE JUDEA. 5500 Granada Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kioprr.
r*riila\ v I'in Suiniit- s.'\!.-v
TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
Conservative. Raohi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Felc'man.

TEMPLE NER TAMID. 80h St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Edward Kla'n,

TEMPLE OR OLOM Conservative
8755 SW 16th St.. Miami Rabbi
Ralph Glixman. Cantor Ben An

TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI
Temporary offi'e. 18801 NE 22nd
Ave. Refomi Ranbi Ralph Kmqsley.
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TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB 951 E
4th Ave Hialeah. Conservatve
Rabbi Maurice Klaln.

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TEMPLE ZAMORA 44 Zamora Avi
Conservativr Ribbi Maw^il 3ee
ger. Cantor Seymour Hmkes
Pi ill., \ in Si i mi i. I ilMtiirted
iii,1.1 -in s u i ,11, St-rn
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TEMPLE ZION. 8000 Miller Rd Con I
ervative. Rabbi Alfred Waiiman.

TIFFRETH ISRAFL l W> N MillK
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi Cantor Albert Glantz
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATFR MI-
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox, i
Rabbi Naftah Poruth
YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACr-
1542-44 Washington Ave.N

TEMPLE SHOLOM 132 SW 11th Av-
Psmnano Bearh Conservative. Rab-
bi Morna A. Skop. Cantor Leon
Segal.
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K lunl.o

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This pjge ii prrfaied in, CO-
ohf'.:riun icnd mt Ortmttt Mi-
By R*BI DAV
Krreseth Israel
Todays portion of Shofetini con-
cludes with a very Intriguing law.
If a dead body should bo found
b e t w e e n two
cities ;inii we
don't k n ii u
w h e n c e the
bod) came, and
we don't know
who prepetrated
the crime, the
CitJ thai i- clos-
est to the body
must send out
its i l lers who
will bring a
sacrifice of a
young calf. As
t h c y sacrifice
the young call
in a valley de-
signated by our Torah. they will
say. "our hands did nol spill this
blood and our eyes did nol -ei1
, Please forgive th> people, Israel."
Rashi, our great commentator
underscores important ideas with
regard to this law. why is a call
chosen to be the sacrifice? Rashi
answers "The calf symbolizes an
annual thai has not as yel pro
duced tor the world. So too, ti"v
man who i~ murdered was nol
allowed to produce for the world
We atone for not allowing thi-
Robbi lehrfield
ID LEHRFIELD
Congregation
man to give his talents to the
world. From here we learn a
simple lesson that the '-:oal of man
is to benefit the world If we live
a life that benefits only u^ and
not the world, then we are nol
fulfilling our moral obligation
Ihe Torah tells us that the
elders must declare thai they hi ve
111 killed II is man and asks
God's forgiveness Rashi says
certainly we know that these
elders did nol kill this n in N
in- is accusing them Whs must
Ihej atene"
The answer given b) Rashi is
one that underlines the problem
wi are having in rVmerica todaj
rhese men are guilty, it when
man came to their town they .
did nol help him. feed him. ami
him the means ; 'jo on his
waj Societ> has definite n
risibility to aid the less fortu-
nate II people are murdered ii is
the i.nilt ol the government whi
ha.< nol seen fit to care for tlu
underprivileged l- this not the
moral lesson thai we are beginning
to learn in the wake of the riots
that are spreading throughout the
country? What we arc first begin
inn.; to learn todaj i ur Torah
mi ,,c hed to ii* thousands ol years
SYNOPSIS OF THE TORAH PORTION SHOFETIM
A Prophel anoints a king from among his brethren
"Thou shall set him king over thee, whom tin '
Cod shall choose; one from among ;li\ brethren" (Duet \~ 15
SHOFETIM "Judges and officers shall thou make thee in
all thy gates, which the Lord thy God sivcth thee, tribe by tribe:
and they shall judge the people with righteous Judgment
Thou shall not plant thee an A-herah of an> kind of tree beside
the altar of the Lord tin Hod. winch tbou -halt make tine
Neither shall thou SCl thee Up a pillar, which the lord thy God
hatettr (Deul 16.18-22). "At the mouth ol two witnesses, or three
witnesses, shall he thai i- to die be pul to death, at the mouth of
one witness he shall not be pUl I" death iDeul IT t' "If there
arise a matter too hard for thee in judgment thou shall
arise, and gel thee up into the place which the Lord th> God
shall choose And thou shall do according to the tenor of
the sentence, whuh the> shall declare unto thee from thai place
which the Lord shall choose" Deul 17.8-11
If. like other nations the children of Israel in Canaan should
desire a king Thou shall in an> wise sel him king over thee
whom the Lord ih> God shall Choose one from among thj
brethren shall thou set king over thee Ihou mayesl not pul a
forefinger over Hue. who is not th> brother Onl) he shall
multiply horses to himscli Neither shall he multiply wives lo
himself Neither shall he greatly multiph to himsell silver
and <4iil winch is inline the priests the Levites And il shall Ih\ with him,
and he shall read therein all the da; "I liis life; thai he
learn to icar the Lord his God Di il 11 15-19 The children ol
Israel mi i to rise in the Promised Land, mi
G like Moses Inmself "Ami it shall come to pass, thai who-
soevei will require it ol him" (DeuL ih l> How may the
Israelites distinguish a true prophet from a false ona? "When a
prophet speaketh in the name of the Lord, it the thing follow
nor come to pass, thai is the thing which the lord hath
spoken; the prophet hath spoken il presumptuously thou
nol be afraid ol him" (Deul 18-221
The portion also treats ol the cities ol refuge II cues the
speech thai the pries) and officers are to make to troops !
fore battle, and states the laws ol warfare thai appl) to anj
not of the seven ('atiaaiuie nations The portion ends with the
regulations dealing with the heifer offered as atonement when
-aim person is found in the field and the identit) of the
murderer is nol known
This recounting ot the Weekly Portion of th Law Is ex-
tracted and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15 Publisher It
Shengold. and the volume is available at 27 William St., New
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume
is Joseph Schlang.
Jewish Quiz Box
ami Rdhbinicdl Allocution.
Coordinator of fditiirfi tp-
pearm% here is
DR MAX LIPSCHITZ
ifiriturtl \eaAer tf Beth Torah
' rregatton of North Mini
Bfarh

Where did the name "Pales-
tine" originate?
The name "Palestine'' which
ins "the country of the Philis
tinea was first conferred on the
coastal region ol the land of Israel
b) Creek navlg&tOFI TO them the
n i(ant and
did beJonfi to ihe
Phil time Wter the
I.or t Jerusalem and
the temple in the second century
they called the entire country S> ril
Palestina because Ihej wanted t<>
consider Palestine as a part of
Syria so that then- would be no
connection an} more between the
land and the .lewish |MH>ple In
; current Motor} those who refuse
to recognis the State of larae
likewise refer to the countr) at
"Palestine."
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fJenist f/crktian
Paae 9 A
MAYOR S71PMN CLARK
MAURICE FJRRf
Steven P. Clark New Miami Mayor,
Maurice Ferre to Serve as Vice Mayor
P -- Clark \\.in
mayoi the < ly ol Miami,
this weekend after the death ol
Kins Hi :li
\ .
' '.iik w is
i it Commi
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, ommissii i ned him
i naj or
was ilu- first electh i
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He has
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tmeri< ,ii l eginn. Dade
ntj Young Democrats \ 11
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South Florida Planning and Zon
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i l.ii k .il-o has heen actit e in
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I'hai I h Toj Pi o "am mi the
level '' member of
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(it the congregation and Sisterhood
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da> 8:30 pin in the synagogue
Rabbi Jonah R ('apian, spiritual
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Between You and Me:
By BORIS SMOLAR
Middle Aged Groups Need More Vocational Aid
EXPERTS IN Jewish vocational
ance in this c >untrj ore gebinning
,i ture of J< n sh
>ver the age ol 4.i Under the
.. peopU ci- er 65 are
\ Ided in cast 1
pensions, social s<
But what about pei
- and in
when thej arc much 3
sp< tomation. <
puters, mergers oi elocation of indusi
and new electronic devices which are invented
it onlj the industrial worker is being
it ol .1 job but also the white-collar worker.
: >ists bool eepers, filing clerks and even
enl men havi aced bj computerized
y. Ami nm-i ol them are far from being of
boi. mam at d 1 ifessional people
ol changes in produc-
> ;n Ihe S10.000-a-year income bracket
and hi her who are sudden!) jobless because of their
of technological qualifications.
Jewish vocational services are new being urged to
focus their attention on the Jewish n ma
the men. Jewish vocational training experts 1 nsldi
obvious that there will be a pressii 1
ng Jewish middle-aged ami that the Jewish 1
ties must be prepared for it. taking into
that the affected Jews may be people who
$10,000 a year or more and have been under the im-
: ression that they have jobs for life or at least m I
they reach retirement age. Unemployment hits these
people particularly hard, requiring < tation.
European Newsletter By Alfred Wolfmann
ri^
trial of Cracow SS Criminals Continues in Kiel
BONN
lulORE THAN four montns riave passed since a
trial Started in the North German city of Kiel
against three former SS men: the 61-year-old Wil-
lie! m Kunde. of Bremen, married and father of three
children: Herman Heinrich, 53. and Franz Josef
Muller. 55. These defendants are not so called "'big
fish." they are regarded as "small criminals, but
this long trial shows what men like these have done
during the terrible time when Jews were killed in
millions.
The jury in Kiel has to deal with three men who
pose as if they are just ordinary good people with
a healthy sense of family life. But in those four
months evidence has been brought that those three
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Hassidic Sayings
THE KERETZER REBBE said f"
anger is a mischievous thing
and he had learned to get the best
of it. Still, now and then, it had
it- uses, and he kept a little supply
of it in his pod I handy, in case
the need for it should some time
arise

Rabl v. .,!t
ever need to ,.ci You
1 even have to scold them, if you know how to
Hill."
Whj he Talmud c mpare the miracle of
Ihi R d Sea to the mirai 1
1 pei 1 In aski 1 Rabbi Bui
is* is. he sa d, be 1 ausi w in 1 the |si at
in the rear and the
: bll
- or
s then is no
1

knows .'. hat it is
us v.huh
not the om most pleasing
to God iu are apt to
know put 1- yourself.)
* lomsker Rebbe that
ams "You arc too melan-
choly." the rabbi told him. "Cultivate cheerfulness
you will be cured.' Also our advice is, don't
e ii iust befori in to bed.)
The Medzibover Rebbe said: "Every person has
good in him. Look at the most wicked and you will
find good in hint too (Seems to us. people are like
Pan IU have to stand a little way off to get
perspective to lee the picture truly If you stand
too close, you see individual parts, not the whole).
A man asked the Kotzker Rebbe to pray that his
son might study the Torah diligently. The rabbi
replied that it would be better if the father did
some studying of the Torah himselfthen the son
would imitate him.
After Rabbi Noah succeeded his father at Lckhi
vitz, some Hassidim complained that he did not
conduct himself in the manner of his father. "Oh yes,
I do." replied the rabbi. "I am very much like my
father. He spoke his mind and so do I."
The Gerer Rebbe said a person who fears any-
thing is in a sense an idolater, as fear is a species
of worship of the object feared (How many do you
know? Aren't we all?)
The Magelinitzer Rebbe didn't like a certain
rabbi whom the Yorker liked very much. "For what
reason do you love him?" asked the Magelinitzer.
"I love him for no reason," replied the Vorker, "and
as you know, that kind of love is perpetual."
"little" men participated in unimaginable crimes,
committed in 1942 1943 in the ghetto of Cracow,
Poland, and in the camps of Bochnia and Wieliczka
near Cracow. The three SS men are accused of
having helped to murder more than 40.000 persons.
They have killed in "single action" many men,
women, girls, children and newborn babies. They
shot whole families, and they beat and tortured
Jews without limit.
Wilhclm Kunde has been in jail since April. 1965.
He was during the war an ordinary SS man and
assistant for "Jewish questions" with the SS and the
police chief in Cracow. Franz Josef Muller has been
in prison since May 1965, while Hermann Heinrich
is not in prison because of illness.
In the court room in Kiel there is a black hat,
which the many Jewish witnesses from all over the
world, who came to testify, put on when they take
the oath. Big maps on the wall of the court room
show the organization scheme of the SS. the Gestapo
and the secret police of the "general government"
of Poland. Behind the bullet proof glass side, the
defendants sit. protected against possible attacks.
The jury is composed of Chief Judge Bruon Kluth.
two other judges and three jurors.
This is the most expensive and longest trial
which ever took place in Kiel; 250 witnesses are to
be heard, about half of them have now testified. The
trial is expected to last another six months. It is
believed the total cost will exceed 1.000.000 marks
IS250.000). In the fall the jury will go to the United
States and Israel to hear witnesses unable to come
to Germany
Witnesses are testifying in English. German.
Yiddish. Hebrew and Polish, describing the horrible
crimes committed by the accused in those years
when Hitler occupied nearly all of Europe. But all
of the witnesses speak in quiet voices, as if without
any emotion What they have to say proves that.
ugh the defendants did not hold high positions.
they used their power to kill again and again
I three SS men try to deny their guilt They
claim they did not do any harm to anybody and.
iet never even visited the Ghetto of Cracow
Bui all the witnesses confirm that Kunde. Heinrich
and Muller were masters over life and death.
The past has become present in this trial, which
1 Is again what unimaginable crime people who
in their private lives seemed to be decent men. have
committed
Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Bishop Sheen
the bishop Sheen!
After becoming celebrated as
a prosoletyzer par excellence and
th< 11 as a great TV personality,
he i.s now the Bishop of Rochester.
New York and. in the new stage
of his career, has become an in-
novator and an ecumenist
As innovator, he appointed as
one of his chief aides a person involved in making
civil rights more of a reality in his diocese, and
sounded a ringing call for religion to do mor>* about
human equality
As ecumenist, the Bishop twice appeared in the
synagogue made famous by another glittering cler-
gyman, Rabbi Philip Bernstein (the author, the
advisor to Eisenhower right after the war the
chairman of the American Zionist Council, etc 1.
In his utterances, Bishop Sheen strikes regular
blows for the cause of interrelr.ious understanding
And now the Bishop has blossomed out in a new
book which is absolutely delightful Called "The
Quotable Fulton J Sheen." published by Droke
House and distributed by Grosset and Dunlap, the
Sheen tome is chockful of both wisdom and in an
appendix, humor.
To tantalize you a bit. here is one Sheen aph irism
among the more than one thousand Included "The
most bored people in life are not the underprivili
but the overprivileged Here
there more joy in heaven for the repentant sinner
than the righteous? Because :- ititude
judgment but love" That's what (hi Pharis
strong!) condemned iu the New l
said
As for the Bishop's humor, he -. he
teat in a subwaj to wo hi
respected a woman with .. sti
I who objected to th
fr im a manuscript with th< plaint. "If he
il r it. how does he exp
I of a 1
cat wi nt to sleep and left its 11
cal man> unlikable p ople "1
Om
maniai Yo 1 know wh t thai s It's a pei
thinks any reh 'ion 1- better th
View From Israel
CHARLES M. SEGAL
Arabs On West Bank Want Peace
NABLUS
IN THIS Biblical town of Sheehem. the Arabs do
not seem to be concerned with international pow-
er politics or territorial conquest. They claim they
want to live in peace. They are happy under the
Israelis. They were happy under the Jordanians.
Today, life is better here because shopkeepers are
doing a thriving business with tourists and prices
are up.
One Arab cafe owner-who doesn't wish to be
identified by nametold me that when Israeli forces
were moving through the West Bank of the Jordan,
he urged townspeople not to flee.
"We are cousins with the Israelis for genera-
tions." he said in English. "We've had too many
wars here. I don't want my children to get caught
in wars. In war, nobody winseverybody loses. I
want peace for the whole of the Middle East. We,
the simple people, can't achieve this The Kings,'
the Prime Ministers can."
This 38-year-old Arab, father of five girls and
one boy. told me that he's frightened to talk to
Jews "because people may come along in the fu-
ture and accuse me of collaboration." The people
he referred to. he said, are Jordanian soldiers.
He had already been warned that if he collab-
orated with the Jews or showed friendship toward
them, the Jordanians would kill him if this area Is
returned to King Hussein And he has been accused
to "being a Jew." he said.
His father had lived in Sheikh Mums near Tel
Aviv With the establishment of Israel, his family
became refugees. But they determined to make
something of their lives and settled in NaWus where
they went into business. Now. he owns a cafe and
also a trucking business operating to and from Am-
man. Kuwait and Baghdad.
"We don't want war." he kept stressing. "Maybe
the Arab leaders want war. What can we do All
we want is peace to raise our families."
As I drove through the towns and villages of the
West Bank, the Arab inhabitants appeared friendly
and would wave greetings to passers-by. Except for
bombed out Jordanian vehicles and tanks and white
flags on houses along the road from Jerusalem to
Nablus. there is little sign of war. Arabs are work-
ing in the fields and going about their business.
They are resigned to the fact that their lives are
governed by their leaders and that theyas simple
people-have no say in political matters, war or
peace.


Friday. September 8, 1967
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Page 11 A
"Between Hammer and Sickle*'
The .Trutii About ,
Jews in the USSR
By BIN AMI
Third 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
publishers.
thus it was said that the Jewi
were "wandering around too
much" from town to town, from
village to village, with the Red
Army and in its wake, and that
they "poked and sniffed around
ton much.''
Furthermore, with the end of the
war and the final annexation of
the Baltic states, eastern Poland,
and northern Rumania, "new"
with tin in
"perverted"
lure which
established
i new burden of a
national Jewish nil-
would "poison" the
Jewish residents in
What actually happened to
Jewish culture during the Stalin
regime? Why w as it subjected to
restrictive decrees in the thirties,
and why was it condemned to the
gallows in his last years? We
must look for the answer in the
dark world of Stalin's private sus-
picions, a world that transformed
StaHn during his last years into
a demented tyrant. It Ls doubt-
less here that some of the present
tragedy confronting Soviet Jew-
ry may be found.
It seems that certain processes
and events led Stalin, especially
toward the end of his life, to sus-
pect that the Jews of the Soviet
t'nion were not totally loyal to
him and his regime and that they
had to be regarded collectively
as a threat to the security of the
nation During the thirties at the
time of the sweeping liquidations,
some of whose chief victims were
.lews from the top leadership of
the Bolshevik party, there began
.i systematic shutting down of
Jewish schools and an under-
mining of Jewish theaters and
publishing houses During World
War II. however, while Stalin
sought every available support
and assistance from the peoples
of the Soviet Union am! the
Allies, Jewish culturenow close
to the brinkwas given a short
reprieve Stalin gave impetus to
ih'' organisation of the Jewish
Anti Fascist Committee, which
Included some of the best Jewish
writers and iif ellectu;iin Th-
(Vim-mittce tried to gain Jewish
sympathy among the .lews in
Russia BS well as those outside,
particularly in the t'nited states.
The Jews were again granted the
opportunity to express themselves
through their own press, literature
and poetry, though these oppor-
tunities were meager compared
to whit the> had enjoyed before
the liquidations.
Two yean after the end of the
war, the old tyrant'! suspicions
appear lo have been aroused once
iin Some "t these suspicions
may have been caused b> Jews
who had sei". ed in the K-d Arm)
during the war Jewish soldiers
fi ugbt the Nazis with gn al cour
e, and were often brave to the
point <>i recklessness As the Red
Army broke through to the Wesl
,ii'". Hen i tahli -hi-1 con
tact with those who had sun
the war
i h y thn open the death
ramps and met relatives and
brethren ho ha I som< how !-
through the Holocaust Amid the
ruins of F.uropt-an Jewry, they
also met Jev sh soldiers of other
armies. ,|. wi II U the men of the
Jewish Hri. .,'.' and other Jewish
units in the British Army who had
conw from Palestine. There is no
doubt that he-e dramatic and
tragic encounters were charged
with an intensity of feeling far
greater than that which typified
the mere ch mee contact between
a Soviet and an American soldier
in the line .>f duty. This was the
meeting of brothers over the
family grave.
It is not at all unlikely that
distorted accounts Of these en-
counters containing anti-Semitic
overtones found their way to the
dictator1! ear. And thus was cre-
ated I fertile ground for the mis
picion that the Jews entertained
Mime kind of double allegiance
They west Dot lllei.lv Soviet sol-
diers hut. deep in their hearts and
'ids they were also Jewish sol-
diers concerned with their own
people .md its fate; and their atti-
tude toward their Jewish breth-
ren, even though they came from
the fiiendlv West, had overstepped
all permissible bounds.
Another characteristic of Rui
si.in Jewry, which had undoubted
ly been taken for granted all
along by the government, was now
brought glaringly to the fore with
increased sharpness; the Jews of
the Soviet I'nion had millions of
relatives throughout the Western
worldbrothers, parents, uncles,
cousins, and so on And right then,
at the end of the war. and imme-
diately thereafter, these relatives
began to seek each other out.
Hundreds of thousands of Jews at-
tempted to locate those members
of their families who might have
survived. Jews began to wander
from place to place, both within
the Soviet l;nion and outside. And
the Soviet Union.
The events which followed, be-
ginning in 1947, Intensified th'' al-
ready aroused suspicions against
the Jews of the Soviet I'nion: the
struggle for the establishment ot
I Jewish state and the Israeli
War of Independence had begun.
One can hear, to this day. echoes
of the excitement that gripp I
the Jews of the Soviet Union as
thev heard about the war oi I
Jews against their enemies and
about the establishment of the
new State of Israel It is well to
remember that the Mews' of the
Soviet t'nion were still in shock:
they had just emerged, broken
and shattered, from the Holo-
caust Virtually all of them had
tasted during the war years the
bitterness of being a .lew.
taSto* d krarfwf sssesw
Jews by the hundreds of thou-
sands were added to the Jewish
population of the Soviet Union,
and these had even more rela-
tives in and family ties with the
"outside," the West. They storm
ed every barrier in an effort to
escape: they beat their fists re
lentlessly on the barred doors:
they corresponded avidly with
their relatives. And they brought
ROSE ZALIS
Unveiling
The dedication of a monument
to the memory of the late
ROSE ZAUS
will take place
Sunday, Sept. 10th at 11 a.m.
at Ml. Sinai Cemetery.
1 125 N.W. 137th Street, with
Rabbi Solomon Schif f
officiating
Friends and relatives are
asked to attend.
(No invitations have been
sent by mail.)

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9^lfni*t fhridfi^r
Friday. September 8. 1957
iOO To Attend
Bond Conference
NEW YORK More than 400
An i Mrish leaden will par
ticipata in the National Mobilisa-
tion I ce of the Israel Bond
Orcani.-a'ion to be held Sept. 15-17
at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel here,
it was :ir.n aimed here this week
by Dr Joseph .1. Schwartz, vice
president of the organization.
The conference will be the first
national gathering of Jewish lead-
ers from various parts of the United
SUtes and Canada since the end of
the Mideast war last June to con
sider plans for speeding Israel's
economic recovery and for the re-
sumption of full-scale development
efforts that were interrupted by
the conflict. Dr Schwartz said.
Israel Finance Minister Pinha
Sapir will present to the conference
a blueprint for Israel's economic
development.
The three-day conference will
also mark the official launching of
a new S500.000.000 Fourth Devel-
opment Bon dissue to finance basic
economic projects in agriculture
and industry, with special e.npha
sis or. increasing industrial pro-
duction for export The new bond
issue will provide the financial re-
sources for irrigation, the con-
struction of new power plants, the
expansion of the Dead Sea Potash
Works and the construction of a
new chemical complex at Arad
It will also help finance new hous-
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"Oewiislti Floriduan
ii Florida I I ry, Sept' n-,h-r 8, 1967
Section B
Nazi War Crime Cases
Probed In East Europe
Pioneer Women's Units Set Meetings,
New Club 1 Slate to be Installed
in- Fannie Gibson, president
of the Beba Idclson Chapter of
Pioneer Women, announces the
first meeting of
the new season
will take place
on Wednesday.
12:30 p.m.. in
the Washington
Federal. 1133
Normandy Isle.
Plans will be
made ff>r the
chapter's first
luncheon to be
held in October.
vhich will honor Mrs. Wi.liam Garbtr
Mrs Anna Com-
.i- "Woman of the y< ar
Club 2 "ill open the year i
meeting on Monday. Sept 18. at
l p m in the Washington Federal.
1234 Washington Ave. Mr- Ida
Liftman, president, will conduct
the meeting.

Ciub l ill open the year with
the installation of new officers on
Sept 14. at noon, in the Algiers
Hotel Slate of officers includes
Mi s.iames William Garber, presi
dent: Simon Wilensky, Jennie Seil
lin. Ida Denmark, vice presidents
Zipporah Wets, recording secretary;
Lena Javitl ICmbeig, treasurer;
Ruth Wolfson. corresponding sec-
retary; Leah Notion, financial
eciclary: Joseph Krantz. Moetzel
llapoalot; Tillie RabinowitZ, Jen-
nie Seitlin. child rescue. Install
ing Officer will be Mrs. Milton
Green, national board member of
Pioneer Women, and President of
he Greater Miami Council of
Pioneer Women

Golds Meir Chapter will open
with a meeting on Wednesday, at
I p.m.. in the Biscayne Cafeteria,
mi" Biscayne BKd Mrs.'Abraham
Seltzer, president, has announced
hal plan, for the year's activities
he made, and detail- of the
'i< neer Women National Con-
ion to be held in Chicago,
Sept. 17 20. will in' announced.
Mrs Nathan al Soroff. will intro-
duce the program for the after
QOOn, which will feature a report
b) Mr- Frances Packer, who has
just returned fro.n the recent I-
Bel Bond pilgrimage to Israel A
musical program will !>. presented
bj Mrs Fanny Morganstein
Kilat Chapter will meet Monday
evening at the Miami Beach Fede-
ral, "55 Washington Ave.
Mr- Goldie Rubinstein presi
dent will preside Mrs Veda Grub
Dialogue Slated by
Temple Israel
\ sermon in dialogue, featuring
Rabbis Joseph R, Narol and Steven
B. Jacobs, and Religious School
Director Jacob Bornstein. will
launch the opening weekend of the
Kcligious School of Temple Israel
of Greater Miami. I>eginning its
16th year.
At tonight's Sabbath Eve Ser
. vices, the trio will discus- "We
Can Dream. Can't We?" as the)
oroject the future of Jewish
education and it.- relevance to
modern American life.
Sunday night members of the
Confirmation Class of 1!W>8 will
meet with Dr Richard Emerson
n a "talk in" on the subject
I "What's Good for bad) About He
ing Fourteen?" and parent- will
liscuss thi year ahead with Kabbi
Narot
HOW (JTA) A total of 68 war crimes cases, many of them
involving several times that numb
er of suspect.-, are still being prob-
ed by the Central Agency for the
Investigation of Nazi War Crimes.
it wa- announced here tin- week
*)y Dr. Adalbert Ruckeri, the new
head of the agency, which is
located at Ludwigsburg, near Stutt-
gart
Me said the recent scanning of
archives on "lie Nazi era by some
of his investigators, who had been
-. en access to documentation in
Prague and Warsaw, had resulted
in the uncovering of more than
300 new cases The recent Soviet
(iovernment announcement that
it would allow West German nroh-
ers t<> examine it- records i" Mos-
cow is expected to produce -til!
more cases. Dr, Kuckeri said
Use Koch, "the *>east of Buchcn-
wald," who had been serving a
life sentence at a prison at Aich-
ch Upper Havana, committed
suicide there thi- weekend, accord-
ing to an announcement by the
Bavaiian Ministry of Justice. Con-
victed for. among other crime-.
making lamp -hades out of the
-kins of Jewish martyrs at the
Buchenwald concentration camp,
she was BO She had been found
dead, hanging from a noose made
of bedsheet- attached to the bars
of her prison cell
JWV and Aux. Meet
A regular meeting of the Jew-
ish War V derails Post and Auxili-
ary 723 will be held on Wednesday
venip" 't Surfside Center and
Town Hall
Free Classes at Agudatfa Israel
Agudath Israel Hebrew in-ti
tide announced this week the
opening cl classes on Monda; ol
t- free Hebrew School Rabbi
Isaac Hirsch Ever, spiritual lead-
er of the congregation, stressed
thai no syna [ogue or school mem-
bership is required and no tuition
or financial obligation i- neces-
sary to obtain religious training
at Ihe -chool.
Kindergarten program for boys
and girls ,'i to t; years of age The
program features indoor and out-
door i la) and recreation, hot
lunches a progressive curriculum
and air-conditioned school bus
transportation
Tekoah Named UN Envoy
er who recently returned from Is
rael. will give a report of her trir-
ind sintj some of the new Israeli
songs she brought back with her.
A social hour will follow.
The Hebrew School enrolls ele
mentary, Intermediate and ad-
vanced children and provide- in-
struction under qualified teachers
with a traditional and progressive
curriculum.
The congre sation also offei a
full-day Hebrew Nurserj and
JERUSALEM UTA) Yosef
Tekoah. Israel's 42-year-old former
\ bassador to tl'.' Soviel Cnmn
and. previously, to Brazil, ha.- been
named a- Israel's !*'rmanent rep
resentative and Ambas-ador to the
L'nited Nations He will succeed
Ambassador Gideon Rafael, who
nil return hire to become director
general ot tie Foreign Mini-try
IU iishi2"-.e fslsihc :-.s
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Frid-iy September 8. 1967
Miami Chapter Hadassah Group Start
Season With Speakers, Lunches, Skits
Themeis Jewish Living Membership Affair Is Opti'Mrs. Annual
Mr- Prank Nankin is president
Thirteen croups of the Miami
Chapter of Hadassah will usher in
a new season next week with acti-
vities- rangins from speakers on the
Mideast crisis, to membership
lunehi'ons. to skits
Meetings are scheduled for Mon-
day for all croups, except Naomi,
"hich is planned for Sunday.
Aviva Group will hold a luncheon
mectinc at 10:18 am at the home
of Mrs. Edward Kisenberg. 12300
SW 6*h PI Mrs Harvey Fried-
man, program chairman, will di-
rect a skit. "Hadassah Happeninc."
introducing board mcrrhers. Mr-
Howard Thpt i r>"-n--;dnt n( So
\'eiv Cantor For
Temple Zamora
Seymour Hinkec h.is assumed
the duties of Cantor of Temple
Zamora. Cora! Gable. it was an
nouncvd by Stanley Silvern, pcesi
dent of the Conservative conireca
tion. A native of Miami. Cantor
Hinkec is a graduate of the Uni-
versity o! Miami and was a student
of Cantors I.ipson. Kwartin and
Zeichner and of Mme Vera N.
JJowiey and Prof Ladislao Vaida.
Rabbi Maxweil Server is spiritual
leader of the congregation.
croup.
* *
Chai Group will meet at 9 a.m.
it the Washington FederalK 699
\'F. l(-7th St Mrs. Maxwell \V i-
lerg. chapter leadership training
chairman, will talk and show
dides of her recent trip to Israel
Mrs Joseph Scopp is president of
the group

Albert Einstein's general meet-
ing also will feature a talk by Mrs
'. berg, a past president of Chai.
Mrs. Harr> I Goldkin is president
.if the group, which will meet 1
p.m. at the Washington Federal
*
Kadimar. Group of Skylake
Gardens will present a skit. "Meet
Our Bigwigs, describing the du-
ties of officers and chairmen, at
a 12:30 p.m meeting at the Sky-
lake Gardens. iaJ5 NE 18th Ave.
Mrs Isadore Goldberg L- presi-
dent
"D storted Judaism" will he the
topic of RabJM Maxwell Better's
opening sermon at the iat- Friday
evening services at Temple Zamora.
Conservative Synagogue of Coral
Gables. The sermon is one in a
series on contemporary Jewish
living to be delivered during the
week- leading to the High Holy
Days.
Cantor Dickson
Assumes New Post
Beth Kodesh announces the
-election of its new cantor for the
coming Hebrew New Year.
Cantor Ben Dickson. who lives
with his wife and children in the
southwe-1 area, will serve during
the High Holy Days and throughout
the year He was affiliated with
Zamora Congregation for four
years, coming originally from New
York where he served for a numb-
er of vears as cantor.
Sisterhood Plans
Tuesday Luncheon
Mrs. Car'.ton Blake, president of
Temple Ner Tamid Sisterhood,
innounces that the first of the 1967-
58 regular Tuesday donor lunch-
eons will be Tuesday, in the Sklar
Auditorium si the Temple
Mrs Morris Cohen will sponsor
'he lunch>ort in honor of her
husband's xrThday.
Mrs Alice Begun is chairman of
he e-.
Hospital Patients
To Be Entertained
Jackson Memorial Hospital s
\ psychiatric patients will be given
a dance and refreshments on Mon-
day at 7 p.m. Music and entertain-
ment will be furnished through
courtesy of Frank Casciola, presi-
dent of Miami Federation of Musi
I elans and Bob Novack and his
\ orchestra
A (air will be s-jonsored by
freedom Lodge Florida. B'nai
B'rith. through its community
tnd veterans committee. Larry
Aener. chairman
Optl-Mrs Club of Miami Beach
will have its annual membership
affair on Tuesday, at 11 am
Members and guests will take bus-
Sea to the Montanari Clinical
School in Hialeah and will be given
a tour of the school.
Lunch will be served in the
Buddy Hackett Auditorium, and
A. J. Montanari. heat! of the school:
Mrs. Ruth Griffin, executive direc-
tor: Gil Green, psychiatric family
counselor. Dr. Floyd Rosen, school
psychiatrist, and members of the
teaching staff will hold a question
and answer period
Arts and crafts and other pro
feets of the children will be on di<
play. Some of the children will
entertain.
Main project of the Opti Mrs is
maintaining scholarships for emo-
tionally disturbed children at the
School
Temple Youth
Plau-Prograuis
Beth Am Federation of Temple
Youth, made up of 10. 11, and 12
Traders, will hold its first meeting
of the fall on Monday. at 7:30
j p.m in the Youth I/>unge. Jerrv
: Tohin^on is advisor, and a social
will follow the meeting
Al Leibert. Youth Group chair
man, announces that a series of
clubs which are hobby and in-
'"rest-oriented will he organized
for eighth and ninth grader-
Seasons first affair will be 3
Rock Hop to be held in the tern-
Me social ha'l o" Saturday. Sepl
?3 at 8 p.m.. featuring a live band.
local disc loekeys and record
albums as gifts.
of the group and Mrs Sam rlirsch
is chairman of day. Members ol
Ihe committee arc the Mesdame-
William Carmel, Edwin Renig
Lawrence Justin. Irving Kern. Dave
Kleinman. Stanley Pearl. Nat
Pozen. I-ouis Ptlser, I*onard Platt,
Ben Schoenfeld. Sy Silverman and
Lawrence Weston.
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Haclassah Groups Plan Activities
Renanah jro p Hadassah will Certain Kin! CM Woman." which group is Mrs Josepl Iweiss
AJC Exec Hoard
Starts Club } ear
ti<
Hebrew
I it- nnua ershlp lunch-
e ii..... Mi Kohcrt
Berner, adminiati live vice-presi-
12445 K Island Dr.,
.. i. at m
U-. \. i is member-
preside il
\!,-. .ward n. president,
. n0, |. ; thi Mrs Maxwell
:. past | lei (,f Chal
, up | Miami ; h ipter Hadas-
was in irael during the
six day r' iiul show
slides taken there
Mrs Walter Lebowitt. advisor
t, the group, will hed the hostess
commit;-<
Menorah Group will conduct a
paid-up membership luncheon at
11:30 at the Coral Gables Women's
Club, 1001 E. Ponce de leon Blvd.
Mrs David Alterman will direcl
a narrative, "What Is Hadaasah?"
featuring Mrs Mas Handshu, Mrs
Ralph Hankin, Mrs Kaloh Pastor
and Mi- Irvin Huh Mr- Harold
Berney will provide the musical
Bceompanimenl Mrs Irving Wein-
er i- gn p president
lit, S<. pus Group also plans a
paid-up membership luncheon for
noon Bl it* new meeting place, the
Masonk Temple. 41 Valencia,
Coral Gables New nee -presidents
Mill be introduced with a skit.
What's My Line?" Mrs Max
Si iloff president, will moderate
.i- "John McSofc : Daly." with
panelists Betty Friedman "Crock-
er." Bes< Bernard Meyerson" and
AiUnie i, een F: ances "
Naomi Iroup i- scheduled an
8 15 mi '.,n^ S I) nif hi Bl the
Golden I i y Room i I the Greater
Miami VM-YWH SW 8th
Si llusb nds of i s will eon
duct tm meetiit Uso highlighted
i b< ri i ical review,
"The i i Turn resented by
the "Pter Mi-
s' ir president,
ar I Mi-. Jack ram
vice pre dent
Ram Group ins s -k;t "A
will be narrated by Miss Selma Mrs. Eugene Silve program
ro Mrs n Label! will vice-president, the
le al the 1:15 .. it New speaker.
Hoi Izona Cond tm 18901 '
14th Ave Mrs Willis will
host fhe nice!in in honor of h'er
45th weddin : anniversary.
Instructor will be Mrs. Shoshan-
nah 'time teacher at
the Academy on M
Florida Women's Division, execu Beach, known for poblical
tiv hoard. American Made Easy" and
Jev .-:. K
i lub yei la)
Eleanor Roosevell Group will
greel 41 new members and five
new life members Bl 12:30 p.m. at
Mar len Gardens Auditorium, 16600
\K 14th Ave Mrs. Harry Tu-h
sill provide musical accompain
menl Mrs Jack Sills i> president.
Shalom Croup's Monday meet-
ing will he highlighted by Mrs
Martin Amster, chapter fundrais-
ing vice president, who will talk
about her recent trip to Israel
Mrs. I.ouis Kohan is president of
the group. Mrs May I'enso is
program vice-president.
Tlkvah Croup will meet at 3350
s Dixie Highway at 8 p.m. Daniel
Cravitt, a former airman in Israel.
a ill show slides Of Ins recent trip
to Israel and give hi- views of the
Mideast crisis President of the projects.
Torah Croup will honor new
members at a noon smorgasbord
at the Kt i Pythias Hall,
4601 W Fla lei St. A skit
of w;!! !)' presented by
Torah's membership, Mrs Max
Jacobson will preside
Chaim Weizman Group will meet
at Carpenters Hall. 151 NW 37
Ave at 8 p m, "Hadassah Hull.,
hallo." a program Introducing the
group's officers, will be featured
Miss Hazel Markow is president.
10 a.m. in the
Con- rutrve1 meetin
711 Con re build i
Mrs Irving H Kaplai
president, and pi
Florida Women's Division An
can Jewish Congress, will prea
summarj of events thai occurred
durum the summer months which
will involve American Jewish Con-
gress groups during the coming
year.
The partmenl a
cersat ma I Russian i
I instructors from
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Beth Sholom To Show Israel Art
ItUrty Weiss
Glenn SneHer
Irvin Reinhard
John Salmon
Berry Drtnel
Glenn Sneider
i. son of Mr and Mrs Rich
S ider. 810 NE 171 Tor., will
i Bar Mitt' Beth Torah
i ingregation on Saturda> morning.
S pi 9
Glenn is a student of (he John F
Kenned} Junior High, and will he
going into the eighth grade He
\wll be continuing his Hebrew -
into the fifth year at Beth-Torah
Harold Wolk Religious School He
i- interested in baseball, and plays
\ will be given in honor
elebranl on Saturdaj even
ing at Beth Torah Among the
guest! will bt Mrs Jean Sneider.
dmother, Mrs Esther Sanford.
ithei and Herman Shapiro
II local residi i I -

Arnold Sadowsky
\ >id son <>! Mr and Mrs !.<<>
Sadowtky, will observe his Bar
Mittvah on Saturday. Sept. 9. at
Zion
Arnold is a seventh grade pupil
at Wi -! Miami 'Junior High, and
has been a student at Temple Zion
Religious School for the past three
ears
Mr and Mrs Sadnw.sk> will host
the Kiddush, and a luncheon at the
honor of the Bar Mitzvah
Barry Drexel
Barrj Jerome, son of Pi and Mrs
Gustavt Drexel, 1049 \v 47th St..
will l Bar Mittvah on Saturday
morning. Sept 9. at Temple Beth
Sholom Barry i a student of the
Beth Sholom Confirmation Class
5728
Irvin Reinhard
Irvin Roth, son of Mr and Mrs
\ irman Reinhard. will become
J^ar Bar Mittvah on Saturdaj morning
Sept 9. at Beth I>a\ id Congregation
An eighth grade student, the cele-
brant has been attending the Great
ei Miami Hebrew Academy for the
past nine yean \ his man}
tside interests he is currently
taking organ lessons.
At a luncheon in Spector Hall.
following the services, will be his
grandparents, Mr and Mrs Samuel
Reinhard. Mrs Anne R Hoffman,
and his meat-grandmother Mrs
Mary Roth
On Saturday evening, Irvin's
friends will help him celebrate his
birthday and Bar Mitzvah at a
party aboard the I) ream boat.
Dean Kane
On Saturday morning. Sept. 9.
Dean, son of Mr and Mrs Terr>
Kane, will be called to the Torah
a- a Bar Mittvah at Temple Kion.
Dean is an eighth grade pupil
at Glades Junior High, is a memb-
er of the advanced science group
and a member of the Boy Scouts
lor the past three years.
Mr. and Mrs Kane will host the
Kiddush following the services, and
a reception dinner at the Miami
Springs Villas in honor of the
celebrant
Glenn Blackman
On Saturday. Sept. 9. at 8:35 a m .
Glenn Mark, son of Mrs. Loretta
Blackman. 6865 Bay Dr., and Albert
Blackman of Brooklyn. NY. will be
Bar Mitzvah at Temple Nor Tamid
Glenn is a student at Nautilus
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A Kiddush will follow services
Glenn is the grandson of Mr and
Mrs Al Weinhaus of Miami Beach
Jeffrey Weiss
Jeffrej Ira, son of Mr and Mrs
Morton Weiss. 4477 N Michigan
Ave., will celebrate his Bar Mil/
vah on Saturday morning, Sept..
9. at Beth Israel Congregation.
JeffeO is an eighth grade stu-
dent at the Hebrew Academy, and
his hobbies include coin and stamp
collecting, and outdoor sports
A reception in hi*, honor will
be held at the Caribbean Hotel
on Sunday evening
*
John Salmon
Saturday morning services at
Beth Torah Congregation will In-
clude the Bar Mitzvah of John W.
Salmon on SeDt fJ
The celebrant is the son of
Temple Beth Sholom of Miami
i'.eaeh will sponsor an Israeli Art-
and ("rafts Exhibit after services
on Friday evening, at 930 p.m.
in the temple auditorium
For the first time in its ten year
history. .Batsheva Crafts Contra
tion of Tel Aviv, one of Israels
foremost influences In the develop
men! ol modern art and giftware.
will show iis full col lection of
handicrafts of more than 200 Is
raell craftsmen, to the general
public in Miami
Baruch Robinson. managing
director of the Batsheva Crafts
Draftees May Get
Holiday Deferments
M tSHINGTON The United
stair- Selectee Service Commis
sion has again this year asked all
oraft boards to give "favorable
consideration v henever possible''
to requests for Jewish registrants
for postponement of their indue
tion into the armed forces or
physical examinations during Ihe
forthcoming Jewish religious holi
days The holidays referred to in
the request include linsh HashonS
Yom Kippur and the Succot fet
tival
Michael H Salmon 999 NE 167th
St.. and Mrs Rosalyn E Cohen.
18101 NE loth Ave Grandparents
arc Mr and Mrs Philip V Sal
mon of Coral Gables, and Mrs
F.lsbelh Garber of North Miami
Beach.
John is an eigth grade student
at John F Kennedy Junior Huh
Corporation ill Introduce the
works ol jcorei of Israeli crafts
men in jewelry ceramics silver
coppcrware, fabrics and original
glass pieces Batsheva Crafts was
founded a decade [o by Mine
Batsheva dc Rothschild, to en
courage, support guide and exhibit
distinctive!) original Israel crafts
thai could be distributed abroad
and t<< visitors t<> Israel
Pr Icon Kroniah, spiritual
leader of Temple Israel, who spent
some time in Israel this summer.
arranged for the exhibition. In
charge ol 'he details are Mrs
David Drucker and Mrs Louis F
Snetman ol the Temples Art Com-
mittee sponsored by the Temple
Sisterh >od. ol v.huh Mrs Seymour
Sllverman i- presidenl
Announcement
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.GRAND OPENING: WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27lh
MARGARET & A.C. FINE NURSING & REHABILITATION PAVILION OF THE
JEWISH CONVALESCENT HOWE
OF SOUTH FLORIDA
e i non-profit. non-sectarian
convalescent center serving those
needing nursing nid
rehabilitation care
modern, new 100 bed facility
24 hour nursing cart i
diagnostic clinic and medical
center emphasizing physical and
speech therapy, recreational
and educational programs
delicious, nutritionally balanced
kosher meals served in
comfortable, modem dining room
affiliated with Florida Nursing
Home Association, American
Home Association ... registered
with Council of Jewish federations.
Welfare Funds, The American
Hospital Association ...
approved for Medicare
Sidney Siegel, Eiecutive Director
Fellow, American College of
iufsing Home Administrators
weekly and high holiday religious
services in private chapel
an premises

Cantor Liftman
At Beth Shalom
Late Fridaj nighl services at
pie Beth Shalom of Holly-
i will be conducted by Rabbi
Morton Malavsk} and the temple's
new i intor I'luhp Lutntan
Sist, rhood will host the Ones
Shabbat in honor ol Rabbi and
Mrs Malavskj who have return
ed from then- vacation, and as d
elcome to Cantor Lutman
Cantor Lutman received his edu
in and training In Israel and
is considered a foremost inter-
preter Hi Hebrew Liturgy
A recoganized choir under
Cantor Lutman's supervision, will
assist during the services Cbpii
master will !>< Joseph Lutman,
12 y< ar old son ( Cantor and Mrs
I it man


the H/oman s lAJorlcl
Jewish Floridian
8. V-.
Mizrachi Women's Chapters Plan
Gamut of Program Meetings in Sept.
KICKING OFF -nejnbership campaign are
Women's Committee ci the Jewish Family
and Children's Service members stn::
left to right, Mrs. Max Millard. Mrs. David
Fleeman, Mrs. Da viJ Kirsh ar.d Mrs. Charles
Goldstein. Seated, from left, are Mrs. Max
Women's Com-
in Mrs. Eugene Kate, Mrs.
B. B. Gol: I Mrs. Alfred Swiren.
Israel Emergency
Unit To Continue
The South Florida Council on l-
rael Emergency has decided to
continue meeting on (all on a
permanent basis and h.-is called
hi all affiliated groups to continue
financial support to enable the
Council to cany on it- activities
rbe decision to continue function
ng was made at a meeting presid
ecl (hit by David B, Fleeman,
chairman of the Council
The Council was established a'
the time of the recent crisis in
the Middle East an.I deals with
-'ir. involving hrael <>ne of the
najor functions of the unit will he
to provide speakers^on Israel and
the Middle E '
Ml Sinai Graduates 38 New Nurses
Graduation exercises of the Mount
Sinai Hospital school ol Practical
Nursing were held Aug 31 in the
Louis E Wolfson Auditorium of
the hospital Tiie 38 graduates be
ante the 26th class i.i complete a
ourse in Practical Nursing since
'.!i<' -chi'n! uas founded in 1951
National!) and State accredited,
the school, under Iheaegis and
sponsorship of the Auxiliary of
Mount Sinai, maintains a facult) ol
five, with Mis Carmen Ross, Pi
rector or Nursing Education, in
L-harge
Mrs Leonard A Worn, chail
man oi the School's Advisory Com
mittee, presided, and Samuel Gertn
er. Executive Vice President of
Mount Sinai extended greetings to
the graduates,
Guest speaker was Wilson Grif-
fith, Public Service Director of
Television Station W't'KT
I'h.! i| Mizrachi Women's
Organization of America have
planned varied programs for their
September meetings which will in
elude installation of new officers,
luncheons and socials
Aviva Chapter u ill have a 110011
duller and installation luncheon on
Wednesd ly at the Biscayne Terrace
Hotel Newly e'ected officers ill
lie installed bj Rabbi Simon April
A general meeting, conducted by
Mrs. Simon April, president, is
dated for Monday. Sept. 18. at
2:30 p .m at Coral Cables Federal
Dov Chapter has scheduled a
noon meeting on Wednesday, Sept.
27. at the home
Mrs Charles
>f the group.
i- pn ident
2~. at the home of Mrs
1 esser, 1643 SW 7th St Mrs
Tokayer is president
Irene
Louis
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Hadar Chapter w;i- to held an
11 am board meeting on Thurs-
da* at the home of Mrs Saul Breeh,
1200 West Ave On Thursday. Sepl
14. an 1 I ., m brunch at the home
oi Mrs. Jay Dermer will include
the installation of new officers
conducted bj Mayor lay Dermer
K !">' *C KG'.'""' P .*
Hatikvah Chapter seller. I me< '
ing ill i" h Id ..t noon on Thin s-
lay. Sept 1;. at Kne-ct'i Israel
'onQresation, where a board meet
ing 11 i>( held on Thursda* Si pi
!8 .it Id Sunday. Sepl 24
new slac of officers will be in-
tailed at a noon luncheon to be
'icld at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Mrs llyman Kolko is president,
*
Pounders and new members were
honored at ihe Wednesday meet
ing ol Kinneret Chapter hi Id .it
Zamora Jewish Center Mrs B<
laid l. Gelbcrl is president "f
lie group.
Mrs Rachel Laufer Katz pn -
lent ol Miami Beach Chapter was
to conduct the Thur-.'..a n eetin
of the group a1 l p m ;i the
Washington Federal 12th St a d
Washington Ave
Shalom Chapter v as to hold its
l p.m meeting on Thursday, at
I mi I incoln Rd Mrs Solomon
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fJeniiH/rrkfiar
Friday. September 8. 1967
njJcJMncj Jjclls King
MIRIAM
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Pretty, blonde, bubbly Miriam (Mrs. William A.)
Weintraub led a sheltered life as a ehild in Newark N..I.
Sinee her mother had been a hat designer she too was
interested in costume designing and illustrations. She was
* offered a scholarship in New York
Jffu* 'nit that was out of the question.
Jf^ New York was too big and too bad!
T- *iL_rf ., ^o Miriam went four years to the
f jJJntaBnT New Jersey School of Fine Arts.
Both Miriam's family and her hus-
band-to-be's family were int< rested
>n community affairs Deborah Hos-
pital included. Tliat is how they met.
Miriam never saw her husband
:n uniform although he wore two
different kinds. He was in Officers
Training in the Army, got an hono-
rable discharge and then volunteered
for overseas duty in the Navy. He
I went to school as a storekeeper,
became an officer and went to the
Orient. But all that Miriam ever
saw were pictures of a tall skinny guy. Now she says he
is still tall, handsome but a little more filled out
Willie had a friend ever sinee he was eight years old,
Damon to his Pythias. Artie Kravitz. Four months after
Miriam and Willie met and got married Artie and Willie
deceided to start an Eagle Army Navy Store It was to
be either California or Florida. Florida won and the three
of them came here. Miriam describes Artie as being her
mother-in-law. They waited patiently until the business got
started and Artie's wife Sally and the two children could
join them. Now there are over 70 of these stores and both
families go to every opening.
There are two children in the Weintraub family. Paula
and Abner. They all like to travel and every vacation
brings adventures. Last summer they heard Rubinstein
play in a concert in Europe but it did not encourage the
children to take piano lessons. Miriam spent nine years
practicing piano and plays for her own pleasure, just as
she paints for her own pleasure.
She helped start the Deborah Hospital Chapter here
and has been active in Temple Beth David Sisterhood She
also has been active in Combined Jewish Appeal and feels
that this year she is going to become more involved. Willie
and Miriam are both active in the Childrens Home Society.
\s the yean go by Willie tends to become the more
active one in community affairs Miriam says that the
children are at the age when she always seems to be run-
ning with them As a family they have a togetherness that
satisfying to all of them enjoying doing thing! together,
es^n to golf with Mama. Papa and Abner on a Sunday.
They also have fun with their dogs. They are part
owners of a racing kennel On a whim they gave each of
the chil Irer dog of the:: own and you can imagine what
goes on in that hou>e and when they go out to see them
The h le familj is friendly warm and outgoing and
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Btumenfeld were married Satur-
day. Sept. 2nd in a double ring
ceremony at the Guest House
Hotel in Birmingham, Ala.
The bride is the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Isenberg of
Birmingham. The groom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Blumen-
feld, 6381 SW 64th St.. So. Miami.
They are graduates of the Univer-
sity of Alabama.
The bride wore a satin A-line
floor length gown with embroider-
ed Alencon lace trim on the neck-
line, sleeves and hemline and
bordered around the detachable
chapel train. The headpiece was
handmade satin rosettes with
Alencon lace leaves, embroidered
with crystals end pearls. The veil
was elbow length in English silk
illusion. The bride carried a cas-
cade bouquet of stephanotis and
phalaenopsis orchids with a de-
tachable white orchid corsage.
The bride was attended by Mrs.
Barry Isenberg. and the groom's
\V. I : K.illll
MRS. STtVtN f IHK
best man was his brother. Jack
Blumenfeld.
Bridesmaids were Mrs Jack
Blumenfeld. Ceil Kaplan, and Ei-
leen Susman.
Groomsmen were Barry' Isen-
berg, Howard Kaplan and Robert
Stone I'shers were Jay Mclamut.
Jeff Beck and Mike Kanter
After a wedding trip to Jamaica,
the couple will live in Coral Gables.
Fink-Fenchel
The Fontainebleau Hotel served
as the setting for the nuptials unit
ine the former Lorrie Ann Fenchel
and Steven Michael Fink on
Wednesday. Sept 6. Dr Joseph
Narot officiated at the 11:30 am
ceremony which was followed by a
reception at the hotel.
On their return from a wedding
trip to Puerto Rico, new Mr and
Mrs. Fink will live in North Miami.
Daughter of Mr and Mrs Her
bert H Fenchel. 4645 N Bay Kd .
the bride was attended b\ Susan
MRS. SIMCHAirONS
Fink.
Her bridegroom is the son of
Mr and Mrs. Michael Fink. 650
Coral Way. aid )*d Michael Fink
i^ best man.
Susan Beckerman
Is Affianced
Mr and Mrs Albert Beckerman,
formerly of Miami, now of San-
ford. Fla announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Susan Mary,
to Paul Gerald Fletcher, son of
W81 SW 10th Street
The bride elect is a graduate of
(oral Cables High, and is now
attending the University of Florida.
Mr and Mrs. Samuel Fletcher,
The future bridegroom is a
graduate of the University of Flo-
rida where he was a member of
Tau Epsjlon Phi. social fraternity.
He also belong> to Phi Alpha Theta,
national histor) honorary. Scab-
bard and Bla le Military Society,
and Arnold Aii Society A second
lieutenant in (he I'S Ail Force,
he will attend the u of Miami.
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+Jmi9t>ncr*Mar?
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lyons Stern
Tikvah Cynthia, dauehter of
Rabbi and Mrs. Tibor H. Stern.
I Flaminao Dr. became the
.ride of Simeha G. Lvons, son of
bi and Mrs Maurice I.yon-. St.
ouis, Mo., on Monday evening,
Sept. 4. at the Deauville Hole!. A
i i ion and dinner in the hotel's
Napoleon Koom followed the nup-
'lh- bride is the granddaughter
' Rabbi and Hn Abraham Wein-
ineider. The groom's grandpar
ts art Mr. and Mrs. Louis S
can.
Officiating at the ceremony in
Idition to the bride's father and
kt grandfather, the bridegroom's
ither and his grandfather, were
,rand Rabbi Israel Rabinowit/.
1 Mordechay Savitsky, Isaac
;,oupko. Simon Hanan. Sidney
Weintchneider, Jacob C Cohen and
Dr Bernard Bergman
For the wedding, new Mrs l.y
ti- selected an empire style gown
[vorj p* >u '' M,'(' covered with
eon lace and seed pearls The
n nch silk illusion was held by .i
ching headpiece and she carried
white roses and carnations over a
i.ihle.
Honor attendants included Judy
T S'.ern. Mrs. Stephen Kevelson
and Mrs Alan Genauer. sisters of
the bride: Mrs. Hesehel Raskas and
Mrs. Stanley Raskas.
Among bridesmaids were Doro-
GoMatein, Tamar Maidenbaum.
Judy Raskas. Kathy Stern and
Fsther Stern.
Serving as best man was Hillel
Schnciderman. and as groomsmen.
Rabbi Stephen Kevelson. Rabbi Al-
an Genauer. Dr Heschel Raskas,
Stanley Ra-skas, Hillel Raskas. Dan-
iel T. Gordon and Herschel Rosen-
berg.
A graduate of Miami Beach High
where she was treasurer of the
Student Council and a Princess,
new Mrs Lyons is attending Stern
Collage for Women, a branch of
Yeshiva I'niversity.
Her bridegroom is a graduate
of Hebrew Theological College in
Skokie. 111., and is now attending
Rabbi Chaim Berlin Rabbinical
College in New York and Bernard
Baruch School of Business
The couple is planning a honey
m tO Europe and Israel and
.Mil live at 9340 E. 7th st Brook
Ivn. N Y

Katz-Rochkind
v early evening eeremom at
i Israel united Linda l'
pr and Mrs Reuben |
i 21 W sv 22nd Ti
Si -hen Ira Kati on Sunday.
s ibbi Jo eph Narol officia
he nuptials, and a rei
the temple folio
On their return from a honey
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420 Lincoln Road Suite 350
y App*MtKMl Only 53*4344
MKS. STffHIN KATZ
gown with Alencon lace bodice
and short lace sleeves, and a cha-
pel lace mantilla train The match-
ing Alencon lace head piece held
the triple tier of French illusion,
and the ensemble was completed
with short white kid gloves
Gowned in yellow chiffon, at-
tendants were Barbara Rochkind
and Mrs. Robert Katz.
Son of the late Dr. and Mrs.
Max Katz of Bethesda Md.. the
bridegroom had Dr. Robert Katz
a.s best man. Among ushers were
Leslie Silverstone. Stuart Silver-
stone, l^arry Castine. Larry Roch-
kind. Howard Kaplan. James Pittle-
nian and Dr. Thomas Johnson.
Dr. Katz earned his undcrgra
duate degree at the I'niversity of
Maryland, and his MD at Tulane
Medical School He is now resident
W, i nf K 'lin
MRS. WIUIAM SHENK
physician in dermatology at Jack-
son Memorial Hospital.
His bride is a graduate of Miami
Senior High, has a BA degree
from Sophie Newcomb. and did
a year of work in Spanish at Stan-
ford I'niversity. She belongs to
Phi Beta Kappa.
* 4 *
Shenk-Weinkle
Linda I.ec Wcinkle, daughter of
a pioneer Miami family, was mar-
ried to William Allan Shenk of
Columbus. Ohio. Saturday, Sept. 2,
at the Doral Country Club.
The bride's parents are Mr. and
Mrs. Jerome II. Weinkle of 55
Pinta Rd.. Bay Heights She is a
graduate of Miami Senior High,
and of Ohio State I'niversity, where
Werner Kahn
MRS. NORMAN BONCHICK
she was a member of Sigma Delta
Tau Sorority.
The bridegroom is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Sol A. Shcnk of
Columbus. He is a senior law stu-
dent at Ohio State.
Rabbi Sol Landau officiated at
the wedding ceremony which was
followed by a formal reception and
dinner.
The bride wore a floor length
sheath gown of candlelight re-cm
broidcred Alencon lace over white
peau de soie. with an aislewide
court train of lace. Her bouffant
veil of pure Knglish illusion fell
from a matching headpiece, and
she carried a bouquet of I illy of
the valley and white orchids.
A yellow and white color scheme
was carried out in the floral, candle
and table arrangements. Yellow silk
es
liooi length t>owns were worn by
th" bridesmaids who included gVs
Richard Shenk. Linda Weinc. Am>
Wasserman, Daryl Schatz, .imi>
Zindel, Linda Kline and Joyce
Kline.
Mrs Merrill 1 Lamb, the brid -
was maid of honor, and
Richard Slunk, the bridegroom's
brother w as best man
5 a flowergirl was I 'athy
Wcinkle, and as ringbcarcr. Ban ey
Weinkle
I shei v ere Charles Shenk, San
ford Pollock Mark Lopine, Willi m
Goldbei i Wemkle. Stei en
Merrill Lamb, Mark Topo-
loskj and Ronald Weprin.
After a honeymoon in Nassau
Bl I New i h h ans, the couple will
livi al :;' i l idrus Ave Columbi

Bonchick-Jacobsohn
A reception at the Doral Hotel
followed the early afternoon cere
' hich united Vivian, daugb
ler of Mr and Mrs Krwin Jacob
sol 3777 Prairie Ave.. and Nor
man Jay Bonchick on Sunday
Sept 3.
Rabbi Leon Kronish and Rabbi
Daniel Franzel officiated at the
wedding which was held at Tempi.
Beth Sholom. Miss Felise Eberand
Robert Bonchick attended th*
couple.
For the nuptials, the bride
lected a short bridal frock of pique
and organdy trimmed with ap-
pliques, and carried white roses
and a white orchid
A graduate of Prealpina School
in Switzerland and of Miami Beach
High, new Mrs Bonchick attended
Miami Dade Junior College
Son of Mr. and Mrs. I-ow Bon-
chick. 18555 NE 14th Ave.. the
bridegroom is a graduate of Miami
Dade Junior College, has a BRA
degree from the University of Mi-
ami, and is employed by H. Hentz,
6 Co.
Following a wedding trip to Ja-
maica, the newlyweds will live at
8000 West Dr.. Harbor Island
SIMCHAS
There
It is indeed a joyous event when
young sabras celebrate the birth of
their nation. Here a group of
them perform a folk dance, during
Independence Day ceremonies
at kibbutz Gezer about 5 miles
south oi LocL
and hereYuban makes a Simeha!
Jfe premium
coffee of
General Foods
Yuban's flavor is so rich and rare that
every cup is a happy occasion in itself.
No other coffee can give your family and friends
the matchless pleasure of Yuban
The Simeha coffee
K Certified Kosher-Parve by Rabbi Bernard Levy


Page 8-B
+jnisti Fhrkfiari
Friday. Stptambw B, 1967
Jmlv Kravitz
To W<1 in June
Mr. and Mrs Isadora A. Kravitz.
formerly of University HftlghU,
O. and now of Bay Harbor Is-
lands, announce the engagement
of their daughter. Judy L. Kravitz,
to Paul Kunpin. son of Mr. and
lira Frank Kuppin. Dayton O.
Judy and Paul are students at
Ohio State University, where Mr.
Ohio State University, where Mr.
Kuppin will graduate Dental
School in June.
Two Miamians at
I.ouis Robert Stern of Miami
and Amy Sue Warren of Miami
Beach were among a group of 19
Arnericuu teenagers who left for
Israel last week to study in the
Mollic Goodman Academic High
School, the firsL-Aawican high
school of its kind established b)
the Zionist Organisation of Ameri-
ca.
Students at the school, named
ANMICOHEN
Anne Cohen
Engaged to Wed
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene lohen. of
1352-13th Ter. announce the
engagement of their daughter, Ann
Gail, to Russell Harley Keusch,
son of Mr and Mrs Nathan
Keusch Of 1010 S\V 62nd Avenue.
West Miami.
Miss Cohen is a graduate of
Miami Beach High, and attended
Miami-Dade Junior College. She is
presently a senior at the Univer-
\\ rner K.ilm
JUDY KRAVITZ
sity ol .Miami. majoring in speech
pathology and audiology. She Is
president of Sigma Alpha Eta.
professional organization.
The future bridegroom is a
graduate of Southwest 11ij-ih. at-
tended Miami Dade Junior College
and the University of Miami, serv-
ed in the Marine Corps, and is
currently executive vice-president
and uo-owner of a provisions
company
Miami Section, NCJW, Membership
Drive Starts With 3 Division Socials
G eater Miami Section. National
Council of Jewish Women, initiates
fall membership drive on Wed-
lesday, with three divisions offer-
ns social events winch include
.-kits.
h Dade Dim-mom i- present-
.in original musical. "Alice in
ind," bj M rs Marvin Shel-
Mr-. Howard Fisher, Mrs
v..- 8toi Mrs Alfred Moss and
Mrs M irton W einl rger Mrs
:n will .
15 a :' will
Hwy Mrs
Shores Division meeting is set
for 11:30 a.m at Westview Country
Club A mod script. 'Hey There.
Council Girl." written by Mrs
Mortimer Cohen, Mrs James
Rodenberg, Mrs Kenneth Kasha.
Mrs Bernard Yedlin, Mrs. Ber
nard Bpworth and Mrs. Irwin Lo
man will be offered Mrs Harry
Thai i- division president, and Mrs
Melvin Gordon i- membership vice
dent.
Baj D i ision ill have a 10 30
a m, members!) p coffee at the
clubi i >t. B
r in- Mrs.
iedman
v I i member-
i -it.
MR. SANFORD (SIMCHA) PEARLMUTTtER
AND
MRS JANICE (RACHEL) PEARLMUTTER
OF ISRAEL
OUNCE THE BIRTH OF THEIR DAUGHTER AVRA
ON AUGUST 28th, 1967, IN THE NEGEV DESERT
MAY SHE ADD STRENGTH AND SONS TO ISRAEL
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id Zionist leader, Abraham Good-
man of New Yorfc, will receive a
full fledped secondary education
along with instruction in Judaism
and exposure to the immwriim
-pitit of Israel. The curriculum is
patterned after those used in
American hijh -ehnols
Quiz Session Set
Bv B'nai Raphael
Congregation B'nai Raphael will
launch a new type of service this
evening when the first of a series
of informal "Ask the Rabbi"
tessiont will be held in place of
a forma] sermon. This evening'*
session will be devoted to Jewish
customs and ceremonies with con-
ants submitting questions dur-
ing a 45 minute period. Rabbi
Charles If. Rubel and Cantor Jack
l.erner will conduct regular -er
\ ices
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September 8. 1967
* If Hi t fh r /Hrfi/jun
Page 9-B
vs. gkigor e mum
Rosenthal-Edwards
.t Mrs Ptrdinand Halle>
!ir: I of Miami, announce the
tnarriag< of their daughter Kllcn
In dregor Edwards, son oi Mr. and
Mi- a.in Cdwarda "f Ifuncie.
i 01 Sunday, Sept 3, ;it Temple
Beth :.
Mi : dward-' ,,- graduate of
Southwt si Senior High, and gradu
ated ( i Purdue Univerait) In
j ere she majored in audi-
oloey ai 'I speech seienci -
Hit isband graduated from
mi liere he majored in in
tlmtrii management, in 1966 He
v as a ember of the Sigma Phi
Kpsilor Fraternity He has re
eeivad -.- commission as 2ml lieu-
tenant n the United State- Air
Korce id is presently stationed
at Fort Let Air Korce Station. Y.v
The couple iil live in Colonial
Height! \;i
S.otsky-Nathanson
Temple Beth El, Niagara Fall-.
\ Y as the "etting for the July 2
MRS. PHILUP $. SIOTSKT
Ave Coral (".allies He gradui
marriage ol Donna E Natbnnson ,,., (_'0ra| cables Senior II
,m,l Phillip S Sli t-k> Rabbi Alan
Ponn officiated.
Now i etui nod from ,i wedding
trip to Mexico, the newlyweds are
living at lTiMi N\\ Delaware Park
\v aj Miami.
The bride i> the daughter of Mrs
Anne Nathanson, 1250 West Ave.,
and the late Abraham Nathanson
The bridegroom i- 'he -on of Dr
and Mrs Israel Slotskv 2185 s\\
17th st
Given in marriage b) a cousin,
Jacob Jacobson, for the ceremony,
the bride wore a gOWn ol Aleneon
laee designed with a Sabrina neck
line, long sleeves and fitted bodiee.
The gown was made a- a wedding
-ift b\ Mis Louis Portnoy ol lion
dura-. Central America A Irani ol
laee fell from Hie shoulder-, and a
mantilla of Belgian lace completed
the OUtfil
Sharon Nathanson served a- her
sister's maid of honor Othei at-
tendants were Mrs Nathan Colish,
Mrs Barrj Grosskopf, Carole Hole
berg and Bridget Welsh, bride-
iii.i I-. Francine vYesserman, flow
VI '-'111
Best man lo Ihe bridegroom was
Garj Greenl erg, and serving as
ushers were Barry Grosskopf, How
ard Kukri. Allan Cisow and Howard
/.all
a formal dinner at the Parkway
Inn followed the religious cere
nion\.
Silver-Simanton
Wedding ol Mis- Linda Sue Si
ivan'on of Winter Haven, and Den
n- Stephen Silver of ("oral Gables,
took place on Sunday. Sept 3, 2 30
p m il Tempi.' Judea A reception
followed the ceremonj
Mi-- Simanton was given in mar
riagC bj her brother. Donald Frost
Simanton, Seabrook. Tex A gradu
ate o a Wintei Haven high school,
h- attended the University ol
S .nth Florida and Ringling School
ol All
Mr Silver is Hie -on of Judge
Mi Sam 1 Silver. 707 Malaga
iited
igh.
and
the
\ ei
Ilia hah \ on ill Is Viet Hero
Sgt ("ail I. Mueller of the l-,t
Air Cavall*) Division in Ah Khe.
\ iet Nam, -on of Mr. and Mrs
Carl F Mueller Hialeah. I.a- been
jgdecl 'he Iroas of Gallant!*} with
the Broii.".' Star of the Viet Nam
ernment. The only member ol
his unit in he thu- honored, Sgt
Mueller was flown to Song Son for
the special award ceremonies
Sgt MucH >r w a- ciied for his
the University of South Florida
i- now. m hi- Junior year at
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11:30 a.m., the Red Lion Restau-
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A film, "Giant on M> Chest,"
will be show n by Mrs Anshel Rack-
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Mrs Marvin Guberman will pre-
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Friday, September 8 '.' -
Witkoff TakeS Helm Educator to Speak
Of Judea Group
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
Dr. Fred Witkoff. Coral Gables
dentist, will bo installed u prw
dent of thv Te.npk' Judea Pret
ho "l I "rid iv night during sen -
in. -kin': Brotherhood Sal
tli* syna igu ~ llvd.,
a Dixie Highwaj from the
University of Miami
i: tailed along with Dr Witkofl
will be three vice presidents, Dr
Howard Segal, Leon Henrj an.!
Norman Rutkin. Julian Gol Istein
will assume the post of secret* r>
with Dick Bernard financial sec-
retary and .lay Harrison treasurer
if the men's group.
Ely a Ehrenburg
Dead it 76
LONDON (JTA "va Ehren-
burg, famous Soviet-Jewish writer.
died in Moscow this week at the
age of 76. Son of a Jewish factory
mi nager, he joined the Russian
revolutionary movement when in
h. youth, and remained faithful
to the Communist Party even dur-
ing the days when Stalin was]
ing Jewish intellectuals, executing
many of them.
He always considered himself
publicly as I Jew. stating that as
long as there is anti-Semitism in
Russia he would be a Jew At times,
he voiced and wrote scurrilous
cks against Zionism and Isrn--l
However, during last June's Arab-
Israeli war, lie stood aloof from
lei isfa writers who. evidently under
d xernment pressure, supported
the Soviet Government's anti-Is-
rael, pro Arab policies.
CARP. Mrs. F I" Mar
ph Dr. Set S I R
GLICKAUF. I.. M.o( 1 Baj ltd
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Normandy lr Services Sen! al
Riverside Konnandy Isle Chapel
KESSLER. Philip. M. of 193! Ml liii--.ii;
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MARCUS. Mrs Edith, ot IS! NE
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LICHTER. Mrs Ri m U if MSn S
Rhoi, I >r Bes vices s- pt
Normandy lale Ck i|
Dr. S Lichter. Principal
j of Miami Beach High School, will
be the guest speaker at Temple
ir.-ih opening Youth !'.:
fast Series n Sunday morning.
t 11 a m i'- the Youth Lounge
Pre-i.lent of 1
: i.Y announced.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THECOUMV lUOGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTS .
FLORIDA. !N PROBATE
No. 73836
IN RE i:-.,
DANII EDU Altlt Fl'RMAN
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ro All i"' -i
'Is ".- "i Demands Against Sn I
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preaenl ai j claims and demands
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. stale of DANIEL EDW ARD I"1 IR-
MAN ased lale of l lade l 'ountj
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County, and file iti same in dupllcatt
nnd .i i,i .- nl, ii in Seel lot I
Florida Statutes, In their offices In
the Counts Courthouse In Dade
Count; Flotidu within six r-nlendai
in.ii, ihe time of the flrat
uublli atioi hereol .! the same n ill
be hai
Dated al Miami, Florida, this t ti
daj "i S> ptemher A.D "' "
RICHARD C FORMAN
\ Executor
p rsl pul>l this notice on the
Rtl 'l.iv of s- ptember l:,,;T
BEN ESSEN
\ rni foi i!xe utor
t All Rullding
Miami, FIoi I I
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S fOLRT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
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No. 75994-C
li RE r. '.it.- Ol
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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C. KOKHI.E .i I. '' K "EHI KH
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. ill.- same ii dupl eat<

Sta uli li the i i-fflees I the Coi
. ,. ... !lortd i.
-1\ rail ndar months fron
of the first publication hereof,
same ii be hnrn
.ii Ml .in. i''"i Ida,
.i.i\ ..i Auirusi, a ii i'."'.:
MARYR KOEHLEK
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice On the
l ilin of Septi mber, I9K7
SIM< IN, HAI s A ORfXnfl ERO
Attorney for Admlniatrix
mi AI nsle; Rldg
\li.-1hi Florida
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CIRCUIT COURT. ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUiT. DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 67-13640
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
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Memorials
"Miami's Only
Jewish
Monvmenf
Builders"
LEADERS IN
SERVICE, QUALITY
AND VALUE I
SCHtDUKD UNVttUNGS
Sunday, September 10, 1967
fAounv Nebo Cemetery
HARVH CAB "El PAVER, 11 a.m.
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THEIMA BRON1S, 12:30
SEE WHAT YOU BUY I
DO NOT BUY FROM
MAIL ORDER FIRMS
AND BE SORRY!
Buy Direct from the
Manufacturer in Miami
end saw many dollars.
ALLMsKErS
MIAMI MONUMENT CO.
Miom'i'% Only
Jewish Monument' Builders
3279 S.W. 8th Street
HI 4-0921 Phone? HI 4 0922
ATTENTION!
Jewish Home for the Aged
THRIFT SHOP
NEEDS YOUR DONATION
NOW!
"FURNITURE"- "APPLIANCES"
"CLOTHING' -' JEWELRY,' etc.
"All ltm$ Tax Deductible"
CALL 696-2101
TO THOSE WHO EXPRESSED
their sympathy in so many beautiful and practical ways
during our recent bereavement,
we extend our heartfelt thanks.
THE fAMILY Of THE LATE JOSEPH Z. UPSKY
Mrs. Evalyn Lipsky and sons, Michael, Barry, Larry,
daughter, Mrs. Carole Epstein; mother, Lena Lipsky; brother
Harry Lipsky and sister, Mrs. Rebecca Gross.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY C,l\ EX ttiat
1 i leairina ti engag**
u fletlllous nam<
I Til E EVIL al v.'". B S UHh Cl
I |oi intends ti reglsl ei
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY. No. 7-13776
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I'll A CA8A8 de Rl >s
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JESL'8 de RODS
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Tl' JB8C8 de R< IS
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You, JBSl'S deeRtX'S are hereby
notified ihiu .i Hill ,.f L"omplalnl tor
i i v... .> baa been filed agoti eou
and >.-u are required i" servi .. copj
your Answer or Pleadlna to the
Rill ..i Complain! on ih>- Plaintiffs
I, Al\i: A: KAliU :l>
Avei lie Coral Sables. Florida
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notice -I;:'., be published once
eek l..r U'ur consecutive weeks
IE JEW rVll FL4 'RIDIAN
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i*ir, uit Court, Dadi i ui ty, Florida
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NOTICE OF SUIT
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ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND TOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION. NO 6'- '3872
S.UIT FOR DIVORCE
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NOTICE OF SUIT
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ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION. NO 6". 13873
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
THOMAS KINO,
Plaintiff,
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Kil.A MAY KING
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TO: El'LA MAY KINO
*42 Harper '..uri
i laltlmore, Maryland
You KCI.A MAY KIXil :ir. Ii.-r.--
l,v notified thai .1 Complaint f,>r di-
voree has been filed agalnal you, and
you are n iulred to *er\t- cop) ..f
your Answer or Pleadlna to Ihe Bill
of Complaint on the piuninff's ai-
lorney, CAIDIN ROTHENBERO,
11.' Huililinir. Miami, Florida,
J313, and file the orlainal Answei 01
Pleading In thi office of the Clerk ,.f
itir Circuit Court "i "i before ihe 13th
da) r, i'.".: if you fall to do
to ju.iKn1.11t by default ili be taken
against you f..r Hie relief demanded
In the Bill ,.t C mpl.iini
Tliii- notice .-hull be iml.lii.hed i.nce
each v eek for f.,ur conaecutive weeks
in The Jewlah Floridian
DONE AND ORDBBED al Miami.
Florida, this r.ih day ,.f Sept. a.D
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B It LEATHERMAN
Clerk, Circuit i'..urt.
1 hade 1 'oun ly, Floi Ida
By; UAROCERiTE KENT
Demit) 1'lerk
(Circuit Court Se:il ,
CAIDIN* RiiTHENIIERO
B) Barrett M Rothenberg
V'-, Blacayne Rldg.
Miami. Fla
Attorney for Plaintiff
IN THE COUNTY JU DC ESCOLRT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 7587S-C
In RE Estate "i
WILLIAM JACrsVAN
'"'notice to creditors
pa \n Credltora and AJI Pen n Ha\ -
rig Claims ..1 Demands Against
Estate
You are hereby notified and r. 1 1
to in .-in any clalma ai 1 l< n
which ">U mi) have iic.uii- 'he
rstate 1 \v Il.I.lAM JACKM O. de.
ceased bite al Dade County, l"!"'
:.. the I 'uutrv Judge* ..f I >adi 1 U
,n.l fib the sain.- in duph. ., ai <
11 urovld. 1 In s,-. t..... MJ 16. Florula
Statutes In theli offli In thi 1 unt;
Courthouse In I di Count) Floi
within -iv calendai months front the
lime the Hi -1 ptabl al Ion hen of, pr
the same w :li be 1 '
iMted ut Miami, Florida, II 11 tl
August a i' .....:
Itl'TH JACKMAN
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELtVENTH JUDICI'.L CiRCL T
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
No. 7-13204
SUIT FOR OIVORCE
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pel If you fail to do 1
menl b) default will be t.ik.: aaralnnt
rnu f"i" the relief demai dad
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COuRT
IN AND FOR DADE COLNTN.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 75670-A
In RE Esl
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COUNTY. IN. CHANCERY
No. 67-13478
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOU NAME LAW
is itEREin n t EN that
the unilet .: engage
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to reglstei -.,.1 name with the lerk
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Florida
FRED AZKACK,
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KCRT u KLLIHCH
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IN THE COUNTRY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72995
IN RE Estateof
INEZ <: RICHMANN
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE 1- hereby given that t hare
filr.i Final Report and Petitli
Distribution and Final D
Executor ( the estate ol INEZ ;
RICHMANN, deceased and
the '.ih day of Ocl, !; m III
to the KsMorabea County Judaea nf
Dade Coanty, Florida, for approi ,1
1 Final Report and for t
lril.uli.in mill final 1I1-. h;n
tor of the estate of the above-named
deosdent. This r.ih daj p| Beptember,
J CASPER OETBR
Executor
MANTEL i.cnri.
Attorney
101 E rhetor Street
Miami. Florida
s-i5-::-:
is. -r^?J,SEn.BY "-UBLICATION
= .T"E CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EL"ENTM JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 67-12C28
.,.. .SU'T FOR DIVORCE
MIl.TiiN I.KON l.lltlE
Plain tiff
i:i.i/aiiktii LANOWORTHY
..... BE \U l.t'RIE
I lefendanl
To Elisabeth Iaingworthy Bear Lw
A,I.Ire-- l-rikli.. 11
1 vr ?V'2AJPETH tANOWORI
''' a 1.. nl I'omplalni for 0
has be. n riled sgalnai .,u .,, : 1
'" required to serve 1 opt ol \..u
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1'Ialni I'liiniiff sttome) \
A ""IH'Allli 411 Bl Idg
siiami 1.1 and file ihe original Ai
swer ur Pleading In Ihe ofrf 1
Clerk ol the Circuit Court.......
'he pu, da) of Beptember, 1
you rn to do o. judgment b\ I.
will he t.ik.-n iiimnm vou for th.
Itefdemanded la the inn of comp 1
ThiK notice shall he pul.ln.hel
.. ii w.-ek f..r four onaecutlve
In THK JEWISH FIX'HI 1.1 AN
l'\i: IND ORDERED at \i
la. this 21st day ..f Augu-i x
EB I.KATHEIt.MAN. Clerk
< ir.uit c.,Urt, l.a.le Countv. Kl i.
By: C P. COPEIjVND
.. Iepuiy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
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LEGAL NOTICE
^E C'RCUIT COURT OF THE
ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 67- 1299S
NOTICE OF SUIT
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; i lAN ASSI ""'A'1 II N F
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Ivi and II either Hum be dean,
leirv, devleeee. lira:. -. aaetirni.
,r. c-redltorn iru-i">. m other
| by, ihroimh und i or aicalnal
ii ,.i ,-ither Hi-1". '"' ; 11 wu 11<
ins or or Inwreet In Lhe propertj !.-
hi.I in tin- I'umpU
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KKJtT NOTIFIED 0 *i m I
lT"tr*M ami: '-t you l>> t'lTI-
!Na FKPEKAI S w INCIS AND
.AN ASSOCIATION OF H1A.I.EAH.
n!t.'! Sta'.i.- noreioratlon Plaintiff
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1. SKI'l Kit. I'i lllaleah I -
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I day of P< < Btbei. I'."": in .lr-
ult ef wbli'li '.nil t'omnlaint t\ ill bl
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BY HENRY LEONARD
"As for me, Max, I'm neither Orthodox, Con-
servative or Reform I'm mediocre."
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S" COk.1T
IN ANJ FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 74973-A
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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JudEf* Itadr Cottnt) and flic the
hunte iii iliipli'at.- and an prnvldi-d In
: i.; Florida Statute*, In
their office In ih.- Countj Courthoui"
in Dade >u.it Florida, within fix
i.il.M.ia' nrnnlh* from the tim. >.f ill.
fir>i pulilli'utlon hereof, .-r thi mm
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NCTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'OTKTE IS IIKI BHV UIVEN Uiit
the undemlinird, ih -arliiK to i iitt-iK. in
rm-inenB nndat flctltlouii oawte "i
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PWOBATE
No 6JS10-C
IN RE Eetatt ol
KSTKI.1JC ROSLTN HAAS,
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE- l hereby iftv. n th.it we
have I ltd .. FlnaJ Report and Pali-
: :, f." I .tnbullnn .aid emal Dla>
nharae Oo-AdmlWetratum of tn-
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IN AND KROADE tOt-NTV,
F.onrn IN PRIIATE
No. 63511 C
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NOTICE "or INTENTION ^C MAKE
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICt OC PUBLICATION
IN THE GlRCv T COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH .'L DICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
Nr 67 13188
SUIT rc = DIVORCE
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of IIEKKEMANN'8 ORTHOPEDIC
FOOT si 1'1'I.Y ai MS \. FhtKler
S'r..-t intend* tn rearirtar .<<'. .. mi
nti thi Clerk of th,' Cirouii Court of
I iadi i 'out t>. Florida
IBRAHIM RAMOS, sol.....I
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ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
fjfnisfi fh radian
solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial 973-4405
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 75188-A
In RE K-iiN- of
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K/W ., BYRNECK BAP U I ':.
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FLOPIOA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
CASE NO. 7-13476
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Sec 72.13 Fla. Stati
IN RE
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VIR'iHJO BAEZ And
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MtLENE MA HI I: REYEX a minor,
. whuli Petition there i- attached a
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the Honorable J vu.l.AUKs RODRI-
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SCHLISSEL 4 SCHER
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
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Friday. September 8
BOMUS
GET UP TO
300 STAMPS
WITH THIS COUPON
VALID THRU SAT., SEPT. 9 .
FAIR
V 100 Merchaits ffift
m TOu JS O0. 0* .0f t TS COUPON
?w 200 Merchoits &J&
'TN T0U 113 WOM Off -Offf 1 TH,S COuPO-
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SPECIAL!
Delmonico Steaks.....le/M'
WESTERN-SELECTED
Sliced Beef Liver......B 49c
FRESH CUT GENUINE
HADDOCK
FILLETS
LB.
69
S FYNE TASTE AH Purpose Grind-1-LB. CAN
Ti
FOOD FAIR ALL GRINDS
Coffee 1-li.c*
r l-LB. CAN
LIMIT ONE CAN. EITHER BRAND. PLEASE. KITH
OTHER PURCHASES OF SCSI OR MORE.
Save UP TO 16<
KRAFT
MAYONNAISE
FOOD FAIR
MAYONNAISE ot
JAR
LIMIT ONE JAR. EITHER
BRAND. PLEASE. WITH
OTHER PURCHASES OF.
$5 OR MORE
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TOP QUALITY FLAVORFUL __
Nectarines n,^......lb. 29-
TOP J.*i>'i F<"ERN -^ _
Prune Plums......2 39
Save 2c. FOOC Fair CRIamED j* *%
Cottage Cheese.......ltJ' 29^
SAVE Tc-FOOO Fair WISCONSIN SLICED mrf%
Domestic Swiss Cheese 39
COFFEE saveioc mg%
pji^Mj RICH'S FROZEN V
Klvn .... 16-oz. cts Jr
APPETIZER DELIGHTS
AVAILABLE WHERE THERE ARE SERVICE COUNTERS
59
KOSHER STYLE...SAVE 3 LB.
ROUMANIAN
PASTRAMI s-t.
save 4o< lb.-fresmlv smoked 'Salmon
Nova Scotia Lox...... lb 69c
SAVE '0-OLD FASHION GERMAN STYLF
Wide Bologna.......... 69
ALL CHEESE AND LUNCH MEATS ARE SLICED
TO YOUR ORDER TO INSURE FRESHNESS.
99< VALUE-SAVE UP TO 60c
ULTRA BRITE
6%-OZ. TUBE
Special Pack
TOOTHPASTE
LINT ONE TUBE
PLEASE WITH OTHER
PURCHASES OF Sfi
OR MORE

FREE!
SECTION ONE
OF BOTH BOOKS
WITH COUPONS
HEREWITH
OTHER SECTIONS
WEBSTER'S
NfW TWtNTItTH CIHTUKY
DICTIONARY
Of THt INGUSH LANOUAOt
UNABRIDGED
SECTION 4
NOW ON SALE'
2-PART LIBRARY-STYl E BINDERS
ONL Y 89. EACH PART
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RAND McNALLYj ffiff ",
ILLUSTRATED y"".fr
AILAO SECTION 4 0nlyTQ,
,JT I 11/ NOW ON SALE' # V
'/ I MOV S W nrld 2-PART LIBRARY-STYLE BINDERS
^_______ ONI Y 99c EACH PART