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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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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 15, 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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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Preceded by:
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Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
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' cjrewjLslh Flor Jidlii
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
10 Number 36
Miami. Fioridi S- plemb. i IS, 1907
S
JUSTICE DEPT. STUDY
Probe Arab Ties
To Black Power
Anti-Semitism
Disclose Nasser Plans
to Launch New Attacks
WASHINGTON iJTAl The
Justice Department disclosed this .
week that t!.e State Department
rad been asked to determine '
whether officials of any of the '
Arab embassies in Washington act-
d improperly in supplying anti-
.'ewish propaganda to Mack Pow-
If the State Department found
UCb action, it would have to de-
termine whither any of the diplo-
mats Involved ihould be declared
persona non grata.
Rep Joel T. Broychill. Virginia
Republlcian, who raised the ques-
tion with the .lustice Department
was informed by the Department
that it had asked the state Depart-
ment to .let.'inline whether the
Arabs had violated protocol in sup-
phing the anti-Jewish propaganda
o the Student Non-Violent Coovdi-
nating Committee.
Assistant Attorney Genual J.
Walter Ycager wrote Rep Broy-
hill that under existing statutes it
did not appear that 5NCC could be
required ta register under the
Foreign Agent's Registration Act.
He said, however, that "the Depart-
ment will he alert to any informa-
tion which would establish an
agency relationship and. if such
information is received, the De-
partment will take appropriate
action."
in Cambridge, Mats., Israel was
accused of murder, segregation,
land-stealiM and militarism in
literature distributed at the ltfth
annual conference of Arab Stu-
Contmued on Pago 2-A
Colcliiianii: Zionists Must Drop
Goal of Talking for All Jews
JOHANNESBURG (JTA)
Dr. Nahum Goldmann, president of
the World Zionist Organization,
told the SOth biennial convention
of the Booth African Zionist Fed
ration thai the next World Zionist
Congress must give up its attempt
to represent world Jewry in re-
lation to Israel and concentrate
instead on becoming an organisa-
tion with maximal aims of Zionist
commitment and tliyah
The convention was held in
Johannesburg City Hall simul-
taneously with the annual con-
ference of the South African
Women's Zionist Organisation Dr
Goldmann also told the keynote
tession that South Africa was "one
of the few countries In the world
where Zionists are actually lead-
i- the representative of the Jew-
ish people, nor does the majority
of the Jewish people." he declar-
ed.
Di Teddy Schneider, president
he South African Jewish Board
of l>- putlcs, said that South Afri-
can Jewry, which had exerted it-
sell a* never before to rally to la
rael's cause in the May-June crisis
and Six-Day War. was grateful for
the goodwill and sympathy of
South Africian non-Jews and for
the understanding shown by the
Government for our desire to help
1st ael in it-- ci Isis "
Edel Horwits, chairman of the
South Africian Zionist Federation.
13 i that South Africian Zionism
had. in the recent emergency.
achieved its finest hour. He ex-
JERUSALBM (WNSi Secret
documents in the hands of Israel
on the recent Arab summit con-
ference in Khartoum show that
among the decisions taken by the
parley was one under which Presi-
dent Nasser of Egypt was to launch
a series of shooting incidents in
the Sue? Canal region with the
view of forcing a special session
of the UN. Security Council.
The thinking behind this plan
rests on the Arab belief that the
time is more propitious now for
passage of a resolution by the
Security Council on the return of
the captured territory.
In the meantime Israel reiterat-
ed to friendly Western powers this
week that it docs not place much
weight on the. proposal they in-
dividually sugeested to Jerusalem
that a special United Nations rep-
resentative he designated to in-
vestigate the possibilities of bring-
ing about peace talks between Is-
rael and th" Arab states
These proposals, it was learned.
were earned to the Foreign Minis
try bv the representatives of sever
al friendly countries Israel of-
fieals advised them that Israel did
not believe mediation or arbitra-
tion could bring about a peace
settlement, but only direct Arab
Israeli face to face talks could
achieve this.
To the envoys who brought
these proposals, it was learned. Is-
rael handed a background docu-
ment explaining the Israeli posi-
tion on basic issues including the
principle of direct face -to-face peace
talks. Israel, the diplomats were
told, would encourage their ef-
forts if these efforts did not in-
volve third party participation in
the potential direct talks between
Israel and the Arab states.
Israelis recalled that a proposal
to appoint a special United Na-
tions representative for the Middle
East with instructions to seek
means of bringing about an Arab-
Israeli settlement had been made
to the special emergencj session
of the I'nited Nations General
Assembly las' summer. Lord Cars-
don. head of the Biritish delega-
tion, was the author of the propo-
sal.
Prime Minister I.evi Eslikol
Continued on Page 12-A
SPECIAL UN SESSION
CALLED FOR MONDAY
A meeting of the special
-'-on of the General As-
sembly which convened last
summer to deal with the
Middle East crisis, ha been
called for Monday The re-
gular session of the Assembly
is scheduled to open on Tucs
lav.
Israel Hit By First
El Fatah A Hack
n the work for Israel.*'
He said that in the United States pressed the Federation s arprecia-
and other countries, non Zionist
organizations did more to help
Israel than 'he Zionist organiza-
tions. He also declared that 'he
Zionist movemenl had failed in
ial of becoming the representa-
tive bodv for world Jewry to Is
' <'oe not accepl Ui
tion of the South African Govern
nunt's magnificent gesture of
sympathy and understanding in
diving us permission to transfer
funds raised in our Emergency
Campaign lo Israel" National cur-
rency restrictions are in effect in
South Africa.
JERI SALEM (JTA) For
the first t'me since the Six Daj
June war abruptly ended all Arab
terrorist raids into Israel, a four-
van El Fatah guerrilla group
I this week inside Israeli
territory with an Israeli security
patrol. Two El Fatah men and
one Israeli were killed. The other
two El Fatah members were taken
prisoner.
Israeli officials called the Inci-
dent a resumption of the wide
spread pre war guerrilla raids and
said the renewal was directed and
inspired by Syria.
One Israeli soldier was killed
and four injured this week when
an Israeli half-tracli hit a mine in
the Gaza Strip near Jabaliya A
second anti-vehicle mine : ir the
-ite was found and dismantled Is
raeli authorities imposed .1 curlew
on labaliya.
In more formal warfare fi
again broke out this week along the
Sue/ Canal and the Jordanians
opened fire several times across
the Jordan River. Two Israeli
1 soldiers were wounded in an at-
tack near the Damiyah bridge
but no casualties occurred in a 20
minute exchange of shooting south
.f the Allenbv bridge.
I.t Gen. Odd Bull, chief of the
Continued on Page 3-A
Israel Eases
Arab Stand
JERUSALEM (JTA) Main
guidelines for the Israel delegation
to the forthcoming sessions of the
United Nations General Assembly-
were being formulated this week
11 line with policy decisions con-
firmed by the Israel Cabinet at its
meeting this week.
The major policy decision was
a reaffirmation of the Israeli stand
n negotiations with the Arabs
adopted by the Cabinet last month.
The Cabinet ruled then that "di-
rect negotiations between Israel
and the Arab states must take
place with the aim of signing
in aee treaties As long as there
s no peace. Israel will maintain
in its entirety, the situation laid
lown in the cease-fire arrange-
ments that followed the repulsion
of aggression by the Israeli forces "
The decision firmly ruled out
any third party mediation in which
'he third-partythe I'nited Na-
tions or interested states would
in or Arab-Israeli talks or seek
'.0 mediate between the two sides
The Israeli Cabinet was reliably
n ported also to have formulated
new instructions on the return of
Arab refugees to the Israeli held
bank area While no official
information was forthcoming as to
-he these instructions it
i.- generally undt rstood that the
Israel delegation to the United)
Nations General Assembly would
authorized to announce that
itional numbers of Arab refu-
tes would b permitted to return
to the west bank
Israel has been under strong
-i -sore from the Western count-
PS to permit the Arabs who fled
during the fighting last June to re-
turn to their homes on the west
hank of the Jordan Secretary of
State Dean Rusk has been es-
neciall) insistent on this point and,
he was understood to have urged
hrael to permit the return of the
Arabs stressing that creation of
a new refugee problem would not
contribute towards pacification of
he area
53rd NATIONAL CONVENTION
Hadassah Delegates Converge on Miami Beach
HRS. MOKTIMIK 1AC0BS0N
Delegates from all parts of the
tinted States and Puerto Rico be-
an arriving in Miami this week
for the opening Sunday of the 53rd
national convention of Hadassah.
the Women's Zionist Organization
>f America to be held at the Miami
Beach Municipal Auditorium and
the Fontainehleau Hotel through
next Wednesday.
Some 2.5(H) delegates reprcsen-
ting the organisation's m.vooo
members are expected to attend the
four day conclave which will
lure an address h\ Israel Fon
Minister Abba Eban on "Israel in
the World Today." and a report
by Hadassah president. Mrs. Morti-
mer Jacobson. on her recent visit
to Israel where she saw at first
hand what the organization had
done during the Middle East con
flict this past summer.
Hadassah held its national con
jventlon in Miami Beach in lu58
when the delegates also met at the
Miami Beach Auditorium and at
the Fontaincblcau Hotel
Dr Mh'1 i< 1 E D Bakej p
tor irgerj at Baylor Univer
Convention Program J-*
Hodojsoh Profile ... t-8
fashion Show ....!-
Ieitorio/ ,. 4-4
sit> College of Medicine. Houston.
[exes, will receive the Henrietta
S/old Award at the convention in
recognition of his outstanding con
.libutions to the field of bent
surgerj The $1,000 award will be
-rrted at a special -'
work in
(he ; which will be
addressed bj Dr. Kalman J Mann.
director general of the Hadassah
Medical Organization in Israel, and
b> Mrs Siegfried Kramarsky, na-
tional chairman of the Hadassah
Medical Organization in the Unit-
ed Stat< -
A highlight of the convention
will bo a fashion show featuring
creations by students at Hadas-
s.'h's Alice Seligsberg Vocational
High School in Jerusalem.
Other speakers will include Sol.
Continued on faae 3-A


Poqe 2-A
rltnist fhrAMaun
Friday, S I I
Temple Sinai Breaks Ground
A boat of civic and Jewish com-
munal leaders will participate in
groundbreaking ceremonies Sun-
day for the new S75O.00O sanctuarv
octal hall complex to be built by
Temple Sinai of North Dade at
the congregation's newly acquired
site at 18801 NE 22nd Avc. in the
Sky Lake area of North Miami
Beach, it was announced by Dr.
Stanford B. Cooke. president. Sam
LubeU is new building chairman
Amonu tho.se talcing part in the
ceremonies, which will get under-
way at 4pm. will be Congressman
Claude Pepper, Mayor William If.
McDonald of North Miami Beach.
Mayor Chuck Hall of Metro and
Councilman Harold A. Greene, a
past president of Temple Sinai.
Religious dignitaries will include
Rabbi Robert Frazin. Director of
the Southeast region of the I'nion
of American Hebrew Congregations.
and Rabins Max LipSchitZ, Milton
M-hlmsky and Jonah Caplan. spiri-
tual leaders of Temple Sinai's
Conservative and Orthodox neigh-
bor congregations, Beth Torah.
Adath Yeshtirm and Sky Lake
Synagogues. Father Neil Fleming,
Pastor of st Lawrence Roman
Catholic Church, whose property
adjoins Temple Sinai, will ilsd be
I in attendance as a symbol of friend-
ship.
The keynote address will be de
livered by Rabbi Krwin Herman.
Director of Congregations for the
I'nion of American Hebrew Con-
{rogations. Rabbi Herman will be
in from California for this occas-
sion.
i
The groundbreaking will culmin-
ate with a special service prepared
i for the occasion by Ralph P. Kina-
iley, Temple Sinai's Rabbi. Also
pailicipating in the groundbreak-
ng will be Dr Val Bloch. chair
nan of the architectural committee.
Mrs. David Crowell. president of
Sisterhood, Louis A. Sham,
president of brotherhood. David
Brenner, president of the Temple
Youth Group, and Sam Lubcll. The
men who have served Temple Sin-
ai as president during its eleven
years of existance have also been
invited
Probe Arab Ties To Black Power
Continued from Page 1-A
den- Association held at the Mas-
husettS Institute of Technology
The four-day gathering of Arab
students from American univcrsi-
tii'N was attended by some 300
delegates The anti-Israel propa-
ganda emanated from a New York
tion. "Federated Ameri-
( its Vgainst Israeli Racism."
The propaganda in the form of
a small bate-sheet also boasted that
the Student \.n-Violent Coordinat-
ing (Ommittee had announced
support for justice for the Arab
im iples." and added that "as usual,
Jewish politicians slander Snick"
for its forthright stand for equal
human rights."
The director of the Congress of
Racial Equality meanwhile con-
firmed reports that he had formal-
ly dissociated himself and CORE
from a Black Power resolution
condemning the "imperialist Zio-
nist war" between Israel and the
Arab countries. The resolution
was adopted at the National Con-
ference for New Politics in Chi-
cago last week.
Floyd B. McKissich said he had
attended the Chicago meeting as
an observer and had not voted on
any issues. Most of the delegates
were opponents of the Viet Nam
war and militant civil rights ad-
vocates, including a strong bloc
of Black Power advocates
The resolution said that the von
demnation" did not imply anti-
SemiUsm but this disclaimer failed
to satisfy .lews and Jewish gym-
pathizers at the conlerence and
seven! national Jewish organiza-
tions which formally denounced the
resolution.
Bond Conference
Opens In N V-
NKW YORK Ambassador Gi-
deon Rafael. Israel's Permanent
Representative at the United Na-
tions, and General Ezer Weizmann,
Chief of Operations of the Israel
Defense rorces. who was one of
the principal architects of Israel's
lightning victory in the recent war
speakers at this weekend's National
Minister Pinhas Sapir as major
with the Arabs, will join Finance
Mobilization Conference tor Is-
riel Bonds.
The conference, which meets
from Friday Sept 16-17 at the
Waldorf-Astoria Hotel here will
mark the formal launching of a new
s500.000.000 issue of State of Is
rael Bonds, to provide funds for
every phase of the county's econo-
mic development. More than 4 lewish leaders from communities
throughout the United States and
Canada will attend the conference
\ttorney Christie Miami Vice Mayor
Miami attorney Irwin G. C'iriv
tie has been elected by his f,; w
commissioners to serve as
mayor of .Miami lur the next 0
years. The post wa< vacated .
Mayor S'ephen (lark was all
to finish otit the term of the late
Robert King High
A graduate of New York Univer-
sity and the I'niversity of Miami
where he received his law degree,
Christie is a past exalted ruler ol
the Elks of Miami and on the b
of the YM and W11A
A member of the Dade County
and American Bar Association*.
he also belongs to Beth David
Congregation and Sholem Lodge of
B nai B'rith. and is on the .id
visory board of Florida Mem
College.
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Friday, September 15, 1967
+Jd*ist>fkjrXttan
Pag3-A
1

Israel Hit By First El Fatah Attack
DR. MKHAH DeBAKlY DR. KALMAN I, MANN
Hadassah Convention on Beach
Continued from Pege 1-A
iwitz, U. s Ambassador to
Organization of American
trill discuss "Amei ica
. .i Force in Inti rnational De-
ipment"; former Sen Paul
la-, who will speak on "In-
. Unite I States;*' Dr Marv-
ll Bernstein di an of the Wood
>1 oi Public and
rnational Affairs at Princeton
verstty, Im> will speak on
Vmerican PoUcy in tha Middle
East:" and Pr. William Haber,
, an of the College <>! Literature,
. nee and the Arts at the Uni-
versity "i Michigan, who will speak
dad s-.i!i as .i Voluntary
"../.dion."
Also scheduled to address
;ates will be Mayor Jaj Derm-
ei of Miami Beach: Zeev Boneh,
Israel Council General a) M u
Yitzhak Artzi, world head of Vouth
Alij in, international child wel
fare movement in Israel: Mrs
Rose I. Halprin. chairman i I the
Jewish \gencj for Isi ael An eri< an
Section and former national :
dent of Hadassah: Dr. Ii
Greenberg of Ycslltva University:
and Rabbi Marshall T. Mi
r< ctor of the Seminario Rabinico
Latino Americano in Ruenos Aires.
Continued from Page 1-A
United Nations military observers
supervising the cease-fire between
Israel and the Arab states, inform-
ed the UN. headquarters this week
that he was stdl trying t<> get Egypt
and Israel to agree to keep their
-ii pping off the Gulf of Suez and
(if Sue/, in an effort to avoid
Ihcr clashe in that area
Under an existing agreement,
sides pi e., .u-l'. agreed to re-
n from using the canal for
shipping, except for the movement
of Egyptian launches to supply
! and oilier essentials to foreign
vessels marooned since Egypt
ISRAEL
Stay at the hotel
"in a class
by itself
blocked the waterway at the out-
break of the war June 5. In his
report to Secretary-General U
Than;. Gen Bull stated he was try
: tl t part to'the bay
II outside the canal but
leading into it
Bull also n I that
- tafl had found th
firing on S I
Which escalate.I into full
battles llu observi rs on the
he stated, reported that tl
ime a \
vessels heading toward the chan-
nel entrance to the Sue? Ca' '
Egypt claimed thai iti artil
had fired al Israel v< -
( ntrance.
i had complaii i d ti
.!- tsult 0
ik attack I I
r I
Suez Ci al
on Si ptembi
wen 1. 151
I, ol whom 14 were i
-i v.. 30 I
as wel is
mos |ues and I I ospii
?w
I J) L Appoints Education Director
Phillip Goldhagen. former Direc-
tor of Research, Daytona Beach
Junior College, has joined the
staff of the Anti Defamation Lea-
, 's educational services in the
State of Georgia, South Carolina,
North Caroline, Tennessee. Florida
Louisiana. Arkansas. Texas. Okla-
homa. Virginia. Mississippi, and
work-hops for teachers and educa-
tion in teacher training programs.
Alabama.
In describing the organization's
pioneering efforts in setting tip
i said, "1 look upon my role in
M'l.'s activities as an opportunity
further the goal that the schools
in- country become genuine in-
struments for transmitting our
democratic ideals
Bom in Philadelphia, Pa Mr.
Goldhagi n ean e : i B.A in his-
ry. a M.Ed in secondary educa-
tion, and an Ed S in junior college
administration from the Univer-
sity of Florida, where he was a
Kellogg Fellow. Me has taught a
wide range of subject matter in-
cluding world history, humanities
and logic. He served with the
United States Marine Corps from
11)56 to 1958 and was stationed in
the United States and the Far
Fast.
We didn't say this about the Shera-
ton-Tel Aviv. Hundreds of visiting
tourists did when polled by a lead-
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Number 36
.HA
Miami Welcomes
Hadassah Convention

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Is goals
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111 ......:
i .' s "
refi
t : '
cppc..........' wvices "
t the Arabs w re
c lical help.
t lount Scopus and hundreds
c ; Arobp in free contact
r-roaden 11
pe and provide its m skills to all.
fore the end ot hostilities in the June
hundreds c! Arab injured were receiving
never befoi
le to them in model s and hospitals
t -ughout
Indeed, Hadnssah never was content to
1 ii) its program to the narrow boarders of any
such was the universal extent
< :-. One of its maior achievements Ins
been its ] roqram, in cooperation with the Is
, I. of providing expert median!
and tills to a number of developing
t suntries.
Had issah not to o
Its
h in the .......
I
i r Abl Cban as
i
hoice c: Dr.
F
t ard for his outr
< [ Held, all .....
lance atta
i led to 1 '
t sh ccmn.
1 I Europe and Scut:
v red bv the th<
of
t ..... of the F it
i
hip of Mrs. Mor-
1 lenl H
i to move ; n the y-
the loresight, wisdi i eneray
t rs of the past have shown.
come the oi
to our and wish Hadnssah d
qates In their deliberations.
The Elusive Breakthrough
k of the re";
ion of the United Nations General Assen
to : xled by a special meeting on the
Middle East, worldwide attention will continue
to b^ : edings of the w
bod i the Israel-Arab dispute ns
:ig much of this past summer.
r the si \ the "Tr-
i : undoubtedly recoaniw
I I that have been sounded so
nly in the Security Co
cil and elsewhere.
While nothing spectacul
from the lalls I "he United Nations proper,
there may \ be some i ew developments
on the Middle Los- because
of the brought about by the In
Arab w ir of last Jui
These developments iepend largely on one
factor the u; s n I :'-s oi Arnb bos'
towards Israel which nave formed a par
yone who follows the pul
Cements ol the Arab I ~ lers.
was only i I hort weeks ago I
Preside:-.! Habib Bourguiba of Tunisia, one ot
the more moderates o tl il
of state- ited his call for on
y against Israel.
Although Mr. Bourguiba said tl befoi
development
rme after the SiJ
Sevei lays
is rumoi Icon)
me fonr
[through i ibly ev talks
i breakthro rthcominb.
Thi : is reason to hoj.
ilum in the Aral rid will no loi
lirect
it soon*" ii latei i peace over:
r/ill ] Tunis ot "'
Thai ,; :
,- ..... ..... ... -T.-
stion now b how best to br.-
>ut.
lust it role the U >ns will
ts remains to be seen.
JERUSALEM Watching
magnificentl) brave people re-
joicing: in a magnificent and de-
served victory is quite wonder-
fully exhilarating. Savoring the
exhilaration, joining in the re-
joicing, is about all one can
manage in the first da) or so in
Israel at the moment
But suddenly, half-accidcntally,
the sobering second thought that
victory also baa its problems
rudel) but unavoidably intrudes
on the exhilaration In this re
porter's case, the sobering
second thought half spi iled what
should have been an almost per
feel evening a dinner with
Teddy Kollek. this citj 'a remark-
abl) intelligent and lenial mayor
high above the old cit) on the
terrace ol a new. Arab staffed
and managed hotel
id talk, good friends, quite
exceptional!) good food (so
in Israeli Jerusalem) all these
elements of extreme enjoyment
were present But in the lobb)
glacial stares greeted us On the
roof one felt that our far from
nolS) or insistent presence nun
ed the dinners of the middle-class
traits at the other tallies There
was never for a moment any
thing .it all overt; yet the basic
problem of the occupied and
occupiers was starkl) posed
rtt) is already about 40 ier cent
of the total population Prof Ba<
chi has further warned the Cabi-
net that in a little more than a
decade the Arabs will -institute
an actual majorit) of th popula-
tion unless radical steps ire taken
lo alter the present situation.
The Bacchi repoi I
Ins iiehmd it have begun to pro
duce what can be callei i u
in the soul of th co ntrj
> et, the split is only in the I
net, which is deeply and ni >
evenl) divided But in
i in (he same split must m
led to di ide all la *a< I i d
probabl) dh ide Israel in i
Ier wa)
With t hi Irab mil
of the old days, whuh i bem
fited greatly from Israi < >no-
progress peaceful and demo-
cratic co-existence wsa perfectly
possible Arab members held,
and still hold about a tenth "I
the seats in the Knesset v I
whatever thi ir secret sympath i -
Israeli Arabs, as y ,;. all
prewar minoril) here, show-
ed no overt disloyalt) throughout
the w ar crisis
Serurilv

End of Summer
Although the current hurricane thn
remain a maior source of linty for the
trea for weeks lo come there is no
lainly about the official end of the sum
With the close of summer, communal or
; >ns and institutions that were partially dor-
i the past ;
to life.
Occupation Problem
if you talk with Israel's pre-
sent leaders, moreover, you soon
discover that this is the mam.
the central, the all but insoluble
problem resulting from Israels
. at i Ictory. It has nothing
whatever to do, or at hast n has
very, very little to do. with the
brief strike in Jerusalem or the
other greatl) overpublicized -
oi Arab restlessness and resist
tance
The plain truth of the matter
is that the Israelis are entirely
confident that suppressing M I
ions Arab resistance will be very
easy indeed They .. i<-
tough about it For example, if
there is a burst of sniper fire,
the house it comes from is promt)
tiy leveled to the ground, no
further questions asked And the
mixture of this swlfl toughnesa
with da> tO-dsy decency an I
erosit) gives every sign of Justify-
ing the Israeli's confidence In
their power to keep order
The problem oi the occupiers
and occupied is far deeper th.ni
the danger of Arab resistance.
The best wa) to indicate its
profound difficulty and impor-
tance la to cite the stati
estimate officially prepared for
the Israeli Cabinet b) 'he govern-
ment statistician Prof Roberto.
Bacchi
This has b itful summer, how-
ularly for an Israel-oriented com-
ours and our endeavors during the
riould show signs of a new vi-
ly.
Directed wisely, this new vitality will mean
and fulfilln
| ubhc concern.
Arab Itirlh Rale
Briefly, the Arab birth rate is
rather more than BO par 1.000
each year And the Israeli birth
rate is not quite half that With
well over a million Arabs now
living on what victory has made
Israeli territory, the Arab mino-
Uith a huge 111111011' that is
like!) lo become . majority, however, the problem
is altogether different. I nless Is-
rael is willing to ui\- up its
special character as a truly Jew-
ish state, democratic co-exis-
tence is no longer feasible The
n relationship ot occupied and
occupiers must be maintained and
continued For ver> feu Israelis
are prepared to contemplate .
Knesaet w ith an \i ab > iority.
Nor is that the end df this
sad ttoi > The onl) waj to cha
the demographic balance, sho i
. nocide is to encoura max
mum Arab emigi atioo from II I
Gaza Strip to the former Jor-
danian territory on the Wesl
Bank and then to return to Jordan
.i N- ry largi pai I of that terri-
lop But e\ i n it Jerusale ai I
11 rtain sti iti i t itsl pours
like Latrun were Is !* oaaitti
from such an arrangement
would still quite painfuH) in
pair Israel's present iph
securit)
'Hi one hand ol thVs -, hiam I
the soul, therefore there la that
grim memor) of enemy guns
actually callable of shelling Is-
i I I -eacoasl towns. TbSSe V h I
give priority to security swear
land one sympathizes) tli.it this
must never, net tin;
< cannot be guilty of Mich In-
justice to our grandchil Iren "
Yel on the other hand of this
Ism in the soul there
siderations squally impelling, it'
one-half of the people >f Israel
are simply lo hold down the <
half by main force, this n
ai t of holding down will slow
transform those who do it 1
rae| will In truth become a gar
rison state No wonder, then, that
the schism is l>'th deep and agoni-
zing.
i Irhl (.1 "
iliuird l>y lion Am

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Rabbi Abramowitz Given
Life Tenure by Menorah
RABBI ABRAMOWITZ
Rabbinical Assn.
L rges Action On
Public Schools
The Rabbinical Association of
ti r Miami this week called
for tl> mobilization of maximum
effort to deal with Hie growing
crisis o4 the public schools in this
i ; '.uii has "intei fered with
ihe normal processes at our edu
-> stem
In a statement deploring reci nl
events which have t a de-
lerioi til in the public
schooU I>r Irving Lehrman, presi-
denl o) the Association, and Rabbi
Solomon Schiff, executive vice
presi ill clared:
"In the (ace Hi tii'' disastrous
Ahull the Closing of our
school will have, and in some
- already has had on our
children we urge all parties con
corned v> mobilize every effort t"
ii negotiations, until a work
able solution is found to this grave
\ lines-ment in the educa-
tion ol our children is the greatest
ii vestment we can make In the
I our nation Let us keep
>n out of politics. We call
up n the i" ople of all political
pep i to work toward the
this serious dilemma."








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and will be guest of honor at the
Miami Beach synagogue's 18th
thai Anniversary Dinner Oct. 8
at the Fontainebleau Hotel
Announcement of Rabbi Ahramo-
Witz's life tenure was made this
week b) Leonard Rosen, president
ol the Temple, following meetings
of the executive committee and
board of directors The contract
u a> auth irized . n
atomic membership meeting held
Sunday nighl following .in Israeli
art exhibit in the new Temple
Social Hal!
The dinner dance, at which Hah
bi Abramowitz will formally re-
ceive his contract, also will mark
the completion of 16 years of
i sice to the synagogue He came
the pulpit of what was then
known as the North Sh ire .lewi-h
i nter iii 1951, following six years
ii, Europe after World War II
Rabbi Abramowitz was chaplain
of the Third I'. S Division and the
Berlin Command from 1945 to
l>4Ji. and headed Immigration
activities ( the .loint Distribution
Committee in Italy from 19-18 until
1961, His work in sending thou-
sands o! Jews to his native Israel
during the Jewish state's early
years won him international re
cognition in the field of refugee
relief and rehabilitation
A graduate of the Jew ish Tin olo
lieal Seminary and of Yeshiva
University, Rabbi Abramowitz has
served With distinction as presi
di nt of the Greater Miami Rabbini
cil Association and the Jewish
National Fund of Greater Miami
lie is a former National eh,.pain
ot the Jewish \\..r Veterans, a
national leader for tin 1 i Ited Jev
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Friends of the Hcbrev I'niversitv
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A KAUMSCOPK KVIIW
The Long- Hot Summer Draws To A Close
different
little n
boy with his finger in the dike to ,,l0,!?__crnc
seal up cracks In the wall separat-
ing church and state, stands firm
in the right of the Orthodox boy
to wear his rap in school, "or a
Catholic child la wear a cross or
less d around her neck,"
and so forth.
IcMari Cohen
By EDWARD COHEN
( long, hot summer is ra-
pj drawing to a close, and for
tr M of US committed to Jews
ish Power it
couldn't have
come too soon
That a major
challenge to the
rights cl the
Jewish people
has taken place
in .1 small New
Jerse) town
near Newark
and who can
forget the exhi-
bition of Black
V .r in that city this summer
i- nly
on: significance.
N may ha\e missed the story
in tie excitement over the BSM8-
Lion of George Lincoln Reck
well the continuing war in Viet
Nam. etc but it wasn't overlooked
by the American Jewish Congress.
Anxrican Jewish Committee, the
A-'' Defamation League and the
Community Relations Councils of
I'r a and Essex counties. That
COi I :ion alone is evidence of what
y< might have missed: the barr-
in. of an Orthodox Jewish young- Oh. we are quite aware of the
ter :rom a summer typing course nosition that when one boy's
a: liillsioV High School for wear- liberty is threatened none of us
inp a yarmulke. or what the Asso- Is safe. Moreover, the attempt by
d Press calls a "skull cap". 'he school establishment to make
even- child conform to ,rigid
Then was no cry from Rabbi standards is destructive of Indivi-
J> Kaufman to Burn. baby. dua| 2rowtn Barring long hair-dos
burr Morris Abram didn't call f<>r ^^ mini-skirts for girls,
for the passing out of rifles and dungarees, shirt tails, lipstick, eve
MoJmov cocktails. And in the sub shadow and smoking in the lava
urt- the Jews remained calm: not tnrv is aU part of {he p](>, of con.
one estate was burned in the formitv. And what about the
Orerges. and Millburn Saks voung followers of Dr. Timothv
Lord & Taylor. Bergdorf. etc. j earv who hns hui a new re,j.
u. neither looted nor damaged. qion around LSD. pot and peyote?
Jewish people will, as usual, or th<> Black Muslims with their
the refusal to be that Congress. Committee. ADL .Author', no..: After the above
Friday, September 15, 1967
Jack Shapiro
Ordained as Rabhi
Jack Shapiro, son of Mrs. Joseph
Shapiro. 929 Meridian Ave.. re-
ceived, hi- rabbinical degree las-
week from Ner Israel Rabbinical
Seminarv. Baltimore. Md. He was
East, contended that the refusal to o^ u.^^^^^Ulgfor was written and ready for pub- ord,in.i .b, Rabbi .,. Ruderman,
iHM-m,. yarnuilkes in class fnnged *j< ~ 'bTembar- hca.ion. -t was announced that the .., aml Rofh Yeshivah.
v ffttJKTUreSS SS* this one ye, for U is al- petition had been ,Hh-,,wn ., ...... ^ fc ,
Son*H(S LeorSfc who mSs7Vrt.m to come to pass that cause, a spokesman said, disagree-
,,1, ,h, mtle some Christian will raise the ques- ments had developed among the
more often resembles the ttle Christmas: what's the !roups on the strategy and tactics
what's the
between the cross on top ,f "handling the yarmulke case."
Well, since "disagreement" is not
to be unexpected among the five.
it's a* good .m excuse with a
alistic ring' as could be given
tor walking out on this one
of the court house and the yar
mulke on top of Bernle White's
head?
Please hurry back to Miami.
Leo,
the Hebrew Academy, and of Ner
l-rael's High School He holds a
BS degree in education from Joh-i
Hopkins i niversity and a Master*
ree In education from Mar)
Ian I's I oyola Universit) He als >
hold- a t' chers certifh ite b
Ner Israel's Te ichi i Institute
We have strong doubts that Mr
Pfeffer. who has tried more church-
state cases before the Supreme
Court than any other attorney, will
take this all the way. On the basis
ncidence. but not with- of the wire reports only, we have
a feelmg that the particular case
is already -moot" summer
ichooi being over and the boy with
the cap back in his yeshiva (purely
a guess, based on the fact that it
was a svimmer course and not
during the regular school term*
And the triviality of it all is likely
to strike the defense agencies the
moment a real crisis in Jew ish life
arises aaain It does seem that the
hot summer brings out the beast
in all of us. Jews and blacks alike.
ex| ess their dismay and frustra
t through legal methods, not
violence.
Tfce five organizations-in-search-
risis, now that some calm
ha^ -ettled down on the Middle
Faniilv Living
Subject for Talk
i B'nth Chapter ond Lodge
I Gables has scheduled
d -ion under the auspices of
1- Mental Health Assn. of Dade
< -v for Tues lay. 8:30 p.m at
1 Foundation on the Inner
' Miami campus,
est speakers for the talk en-
titled "Dynamics of Familv I.iv-
head wrap-arounds, and so forth
and so forth" Aren't we going to
fight for their rights as well?
Leo Pfeffer and the others were
treading on dangerous grounds, it
seems to me in challenging the
school on ruling on grounds of
''religious conscience". Legally, of
course. I must bow to the superior
knowledge of the talent who had
k> ned in battling the good yar-
mulke fight. Pragmatically, the
fight could only have confused
further those conscientious school
head- who have been taken prayer.
Bible and all religious symbols
and observances out of the public
schools The Hillside superinten-
dent saw the yarmulke as just
M will be Dr. Murray Heikcn,
! lOlOglst. and Dr. Bernard To- another religious symbol that had
n. psychiastrist. no place in a classroom, and it may
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CjlOUS
&
aGuDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Cai lyis Ave
Orthodox Rabbi isnar Ever
HAVAT SHALOM CONGRFGA
TION. 985 SW 67th Ave. OrthoJox.
Cantor Morrn Barr.
1 r j .
ANSHE EMES 2533 SW 1th Ave
Conservative Cantor Sol Pakowitz.

EETM DAVID 2626 SW 3rd Ave
Conservative Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor Will.am W. Lipsorv
..i.,. '. anil *:1S \< m .-
lucatiuii \-
. n s. i mi Tl 'i -..' i
ii m

EETH EL 500 SW l'th Avenue.
Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon S-hif
n .- Si m ii -_ Mill-
ervices
*
J hi* dJeehena
1 ik i.. i > SalUf
I'..in..ii ..I il
'.t\ i .i m
.lu.liii-in Saiurdaj I IS h m Bi rmon
s. rlplural leaewn H u Miuvan
. hoii ..i Mr nrl Mr- Erii Kop|M
TEMPLE ZION 8000 Miller Rd Con
servaUv*. ***> i r.. Waxman
'-
|. n

ETH ISRAEL 770 40th St M B
Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Wem

EETM JACOB 301 Washington Ave,
M B. Orthodox Rabbi Shmaryahu T,
Swirsky Cantor Maurice Mamcnea.

EETH KODESM. 1101 SW l?th Ave.
Modern Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben D.ckson
, v : i in s.iiui
u Maici Whi
I

1ETM MOSME CONGREGATION
13630 W. Dixie Hvy Conservative.
Ribbi David Rosenfeld Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum
; i Si-rm Pn pan
,>urw II t,.i tl- Un I ?
I uill host :' '
i .. m I'm.......f ih. u
EETH SOLOMON. 50 NW 51st PL
Cinserative.

EETM TFILAH 935 Euclid Ave Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E RackovsKy

EETH TORAH 164th St and NE nth
A.e Conservative Rabb. M.ix Lip
schitz. Cantor Jacn*. Bmztr
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
ELUL 7:07
, .
Sa lurdj ) .ii" Rar
Mi ni"1
on !' Mr
Mr, i u ii mji Mini ha
; "Jury, -"ii ,,f
Vian Hold

a/NAI RAPHAEL '4U1 NW 18Srd St
Conservative Rabbi Charles M. Ru-
bel Cantor Jack Lerner
Kmliit
,lnu|l il Mr* Paul > '-'" '
.s.i Hli ll> '' : nl
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
OF MIAMI. 1848 Washmqtnn Avr
Orthodox. Rabbi Dow Rosencwaig.
= T. LAUDEr>iJAlE EMANUEL. 1801.
S Andrew? Ave. Reform Rabbi I
Richard M. L'viton. Cantc. Jerome
Klement.

FT. LAUDEHDALE TEMPLE BETH
ISRAEL. 547 E Oakland Park Blvd.
Rabbi Philip Chaiton. Cantor Theo-
dore Mindich.
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
126 fc Hallandale Brarh Blvd Max
J Weitz officiates
HEBREW ACADEMV 2400 Pmetree
Dr Orthodox Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross
HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1201
Johnson St Conservative Rabbi
David Shapiro. Cantor Yelmaah
Heilbrann
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom J-
Drann. Canto.' Nathan Parnass
KTlilaj 6 Mil rtararrin) 1:43 >< YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml
i, I'orllun ol ek
Mlizwih N "i Mi and Mr*
i/., (Suiholz
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Naftad Porush
YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
1542-44 Washington Ave Rabbi A.
Ben-Hillel.
Prtdnj IS P-tit KRtureai) S am Her-
in..ii "Thi Byi iB"wn< -i- LaAoralor)
---- ----
TEMPLE SHOLOM. 132 SW 11th Ave .
Pomp.ino Beach Conservative. Rab-
bi Morris A. Skop. Cantor Leon
Segal
Frliln) p hi "\* hl Shall w
, ... : -.n s.,1m.i.iv i
,,, .-. i mi l'"i ivh |iiplratinn* "
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 15J2 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Sterr
Cantor Meyer Engel
-- o
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif.

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

OHEV SHALOM. 9H Normandy Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeas Weber-
man.
-
SEPHARDiC JKWISH CENTER. 845
Coiims Ave. Rev Cantor Sadi Nah
mias
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
The Torah of Life
By RABBI RALPH P KINGSLEY
Temple Sinai of North Dade
it is lection such as this weeks I. den have raised their voices in
Sidra "Kee Tetze" which causes the area of race relations would d
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
Capi.m
Prtdny J '' p.en Rmnrttaj ( i m Bel
in,.i, i.,. iii. Pfopii ran mil.ii.i that religion should not become in
r*l si tin- breadth end.'**" > meditate, on the ver*
on JnTancienl You shall not pemrt justice due
"efWe chapters which f ganger you were
this Sabbath touch on bondsman in Egypt 24.1
..................f h.,m One can multiplj examples, for
one to marv
depth of co
Israelites. The
ait' read on
virtually every aspect of human
life and provide a dramatic re-
joinder to those who would argue
TEMPLE ADATH YESHURUhl. Con-
servative 1025 NE 1P3rd St M ami
Gardens R,l Rabbi Milton Schlinsky.
Cantor Harry Sterling.
the Sidra deals also with such di
verse areas o( concern as juvenile
: quency, dress, marital id.,
tionships. treatment of the poor and
widowed, and even the treatment
inimals
But i" citin : examples it is im
L7
rearants
iKallinical JeUvision r
Sept. 17 Ch 7. 10:00 am The Still Small Voice
Must: Kabbi Alexander Gross, principal. Hebrew
Academy. Miami Beach
Topic: The Jewish Day School Movement at the
start ol the new academic year.
Sept. 17 Ch. 10. 11:00 a in. The Jewish Worship Haul
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, Congregation Beth El, Miami
Topic A visit to Israel.
Sept 19 Ch. 2. 9 30 to 10:30 pm Man to Man
Moderator Rev Luther C Pierce
Participants: Dr. Herbert M. Baumgard. Temple
Beth Am: Rev. Edward Graham Ml Zion Baptist
Church: Fr Arthur D< Bevo 5e, Newman Club
Topic The Theology f Suffering
LIVING HEBREW
presented by THE TARBUTH FOUNDATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF
HEBREW CULTURE and the AMERICAN JEWISH PRESS ASSOCIATION
Editor: Or. Shlomo Kodesh
Kjs\ conversatioi rrom everyday life in Israel -with typical
t lloquialisms and proi i
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volved in so called "secular affairs."
but should concern itself with the
needs of the spirit instead
Those wh i are upset that Rabbis
would involve themselves, as re- portanl to keep sight ol the undei
UgkNM leader-, in matters of v.a: lyins and unifyinti theme of this
and peace may be surprised I dis section, and indeed, of tl..- entire
cover that the twentyfirsl chanter Toi ply put, Judaism has
holly- of Deuteronomy addresses itself lauaht that our is valuei
to the moral issue- ot war whei '-- -"'-'k '" everv aopeel ol our
Reform
TEMPLE BETH AM. 550 N. Kendall
Dr. S Miami Rforn\ Rabb. Her-
bert Baumgard Cantor Michael Kyrr

TEMPLE BETH EL OF
WOOD 1381 S 1th Ave
R.ibbi Sam.iel Jaf'e
v m....... you -n forth to battle "i Those lu"' '' everj momenl of eacn
Who feel that religious leaders la\ No small or isolated comi rl
should not concern themselves with men! I i existence is reli
social more- might Im- interested "' : :" "' "
to loam of the verse "a woman rhal I me* chanee. and that
shall not wear that which i- a even value- change musi never be
man's, and a man shall not pm on om-mitted to obscure whal is ol
a woman- garment.*' (22.51 V nrime importance the need for
hos- who feel that "business i- sensitive people to address them-
business white rellKion is religiAn" selves to the social problifns of
might take a second look at the ir rtai not on the basis of orac
r-.- "You shall not have in your ticaliHes alone, but on the basis
.shop diverse weights, great and Dr religious commitment ai ; con
small a perfect and iusl rern '- th's not w
T..r.,
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL. I
Jefferson Ave Conservative. Rahhi
Oavid Raab. Cantor Saul H Bierh
7 |. in S.iiiinl.i\
i To Ik
' 7 p m ... Pnth-
7 'I'll! 11 \ ,1., I. \< 1 1
ii.I Mi, I,.ii II

TEMPLE BETH SHALOM of Holly-
wood I7?S Monrc- St Conserw.it.v-
Rabbi Morton Malavsky Cantor
Phihp Lulmin.

TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 Chase
Ave Liberal Habbi Leon Kromsn weight YOU hVe (25:15). While nuv T.,..,|, I'hailll" mil
Cantor Oavid Convisar ,
Pi -i- i s.Mii,.- ti. k. lnose wh0 "n'K'1- ^y religious of I
moi
I Iniv Doen II *' ^'"U
T. im. .,i,.I director, will l"
i .-' tv nnd Ti II t
S.'itunln) 11 r
Mi mid
\\ till.- |
TEWPLt BfcTH TOV 64".S SW Stn
St Co.'srvative. R.ibbi Simon Acnl
r i -. IVhv |>
hiHtrumentnl Mu Ii ri.-lni-n.-.l mi ihi
TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM
22nd Ave Conservative
16800 NW
TEMPLE EMANU-EL. 1701 Washing-
ton Ave. Conservative. R.ibbi Irving
Lthrman. Cantor Zvi Adler
|.
iiunl.n
TEMPLE ISRAEL Or GREATER Ml.
AMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform. Rabb'
Joseph R. Narot.
Ki i.i.,y s i*. ], in s. i ni.'t delivers*] lij
Itnl.I.i Steven B ,Imi nbi I'nli Tl en
I.- Love tu I:. Kin With
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIRAMAR
3500 SW 69th Way. Conservative.
Rabbi Irwin Cutler.

TEMPLE JUDEA. 5500 Granada Blvd
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper.

TEMPLE MENORAH. 620 75th St.
Conae-vative. Rabbi Mayer Abiam-
owitz. Cantor Nico Peio'man.

TEMPLE NER TAM1D 80th St and :
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tr^di
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Edward Klein
I i.l..> i". imii Pi. >i..11.1., -.
Bern I i.i.i The v\.,n Thi
u. The 'W ill i BI ibh i -
. -1 i.> .\o Mori In i '.-I', ii hi hoi
hi i Im ... ,: birthdu)

TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conservative
S75"i SW 16th St.. Miami. Rabbi |
Ralph Glixman. Cantor Ben Art
I |, in Sntui \ i ..in lini
.1 so vi Mi Hiid Mr.- ;
n.....i w ifin uii
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH MIAMI I
Temporal y office. 18801 NE 22nd
Ave. Reform. Raobi Ralph Kingsley.
l'i nl.ii > i" |. in Bei mini "Thi v
mull..i and *i s. rl Liberties." Batill
II .i in Bi TV i r
\..., \ ei i
ion Federal Ih Btreel
e
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB. 951 E
4th Ave.. Hlaleah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
- i". |i in S,i mnn I _ii:l. -
o la..i.i .-..'in.im i.....i llna
\lr/\..ii 8l\i ui Khlrlej
e
TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. R-ibbi Maxwell Sr- ,
ger Cantor Seymour Hinkes
l''inlii\ I |. in Bermon tlollovi
e
TIFERETH ISRAEL 6800 N Miami j
Ave. Conservative. Rahbi Ralph
Carnn. Cantor Albert Glantz
1 i Human
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION KI TETZE
A conquering soldier takes a woman captive from among
the enemy ,. ...
When thou goest forth to battle and see-, an
captlveaa woman oi -......Ily form and wouWest take her to
^TC^-^henUg.......o,h to ,, a,a,n th-ne
-raw-u\,^^ .....
her go wither she will-, hut thou shall not sell hei at all for mon
iDeut 2110-141 If a man have a stubborn and rebellious son
all the men of his city shall stone him with -'one- thai he
die" (Doul 21 18-211 The bodj of a hanged man "shall not re
main all night upon the tree, but thou shall surelj burj him the
same day; for he that is hanged is a reproach unto God; that thou
defile not thy land" llVut 2153) "TnOU -hall not tee thy Df
it's o\ or his sheep driven away, and hide thyself from them;
thou shalt surely bring them back unto thy brother" fDeul 22 1
"Thou shalt not take the dam with Ihe young; thou shalt in any
wise let the dam eo. hut the young thou mayest take unto thy-
self" (Deut. 22.6-7),
"When thou buildest a new house, then thou shalt make a
parapet for tin roof, that thou bring not blood upon thy house,
if any man fall from thence" (Deut 22.8 Thou shall not plo
with an n\ and an a-- together Thou shall nol wen a mingled
stuff, wool and linen together" (Deul 22.10-111 The man who
lays wanton eharj.es" against Ins wife -hall be chastised by the
elders of Ihe city "A bastard shall nut enter into '.he assembly of
the Lord" (I)eut 23.Hi "li bm.>threu dwell together, and one ol
them die. and have no child, the wife of the dead shall not be
married abroad unto one not oi his km her husband's brother
shall go in unto her. and take her to him to wife, and perform
Ihe dutj of a husband's brother unto her Ami it shall be, that
the fn.st horn thai she l>eareth shall succeed in the name of his
brother that is dead" iDeut 'Jo 5 H An Ammonite or a M H
bite shall not enter Into tha assembly of the Lord; because
they met you not with bread and with water in the way. when
yc came forth out of Egypt and because thej hired againsl thee
Balaam the son of Bear from Pethor of Aram-na haraim, to curse
thee Thou -halt not -eek 'h.ir peace nor their prospertil all tin
days forever Thou shalt not abhor an Kdomite for he is thy
brother: thou shalt not abhor an EjTyptian, because thou wast a
stranger in bis land The children of the third generation that
are born unto them may enter into the assembly of the Lord"
iHeut 'JH 4 <>i Finally, the portion ends with a reminder of
eternal enmity against dread foe liemember what \malek
i\:(\ UOtO thee by the wav as vc came forth out of Egypt" (Deut
25.17),
Thi recounting of the WeeMv Portion of the Law If at-
tracted and Bated upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish
Heritage edited by P. Wollman Tsamir, $15 Publisher la
Shengold and the volume is available at 27 William St., New
York 5, N.Y. President of the society distributing the volume
if Joseph Schlanq.


Fndcty. September 15. 1967
BOOK REVIEW
Jmist> tkrietiaw
svymour h. livbinan
REVIEWS
I WANT TO IHVOINH
BY HAIM RIGBI
Hebrew Academy Opens With
Record Enrollment of 552
Page 9-A
There arc many aspects of law
which are Rusceptible t<> being
derided The laws ot divorce are
particular!) sensitive to ridicule
because they arc usually archaic
.hhI arc predicated upon rules
c ribed bj Catholic and fun-
damentalist denominations <>f
various religions
To a -I'm' extent, Israel is *
i rai ic rtati M ai riagc an l vorcc are controlled bj tin1 re
rtivc hiei archies of the Jewish.
Moslem and Christian faiths
While the sources of the Jewish
laws of marriage and divorce are
essentially humane and progres
rabbinic interpretations
have created a morass 'if ritual
which is a discredit to the faith.
The get, the divorce decree, must
be handwritten bj a sofer, an ex-
perienced religious!} obaervanl
- requires almost an hour arfd
i .hi error is made in one letter
it must be rewritten.
The author of I Want To Di-
vorce (Vantage Press, 1987, S2
- an [si aeli Lawyer Israel's ex
ix>rt market must be expanded
so that she may achieve a bal-
ance of trade TWa book will not
aid in the acquisition of dollars
for the State nor for the author
it :s not well written, portions
are in poor taste, it is a disserv-
ice to the Israeli judiciary and
>"< cannot suppress the feeling
thai its publication may have
been subsidized in the author or
some well-meaning friend
If the author is typical of
young Israelis iRigb) is 4.1 y*rs
old), then one can understand why
.1 course in Jewish consciousness
had to i"- incorporated into the
Israeli high school system On
page 33 appea In the Ten
Commandments Commandment
Seven says rhou shall hi iur
si< i father and mother '
Win!.- the bo ik dedicated to
' Ties ol iial litigation
alleged to be fictional, the author
narrates the casi ol a mo lest
young "oman who rode a motoi
cycle with both her legs on one
side II the remarks attributed to
the magistrate are even parti)
true th< rate should be re-
moved and it there is no particle
ol truth in the narration, then,
the author should be ci nsured by
the Israeli liar It would have
sufficed to illustrate the ana-
i hronisms ol the laws ol persons
without discrediting one's profes
sion and the la> and rabbinic
judgi
A hook on Jewish religious laws
and regulations pertaining to di-
vorce alimony and marital sexual
practices would In- of interest
and might have produced a de-
mand for modifications of medi-
eval concepts and practices hut
this purpose is not served bv this
verj thin hook
The Hebrew Academy of Great
' Miami opened the new school
>' ar this month with a record en-
rollment of 552 students in all
divisis of the school according
to Rabbi Alexander S Gross
principal The total represents a
len percent increase over last
year's enrollment
Oscar Mamber, chairman of ad-
missions, reported that i it new
students were admitted to the
Academy and expressed regrel that
man) students had to he turned
awa) because ol limitations ,,i
sp ice and facilities
Among the students are young
'is from a number ol Latin
American countries including Bra
Cantor Joins Hebrew Staff
( antor Saul ii Brceh of Miami
Beach will head the teaching staff
of tin Hebrew School at Temple
Sholom ol Pompano Beach Cantor
'''< eh si rves a- cantor of Temple
Beth Raphael
sil, the Dominican Republic Colom-
bia, Mexico, Panama and Peru
The Academy, which provides
instruction from nurserj and
kindergarten through 12th grade
has a statt ,i ah teachers in its
English and Hebrew programs
The coming year will mark the
-'"tli anniversary ol the founding
l the school.
I he Academy is one ol some
::4n Hebrew day schools through
out the United state, at least
nine ol winch were opened lor the
first time this month They have a
combined sindct enrollment of
nearl) 70.000
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Salonika Jews To
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LONDON i.ITAi The West
German Government has agreed
to pay five million marks (1.250.-
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Jews in Salonika for material
osses raftered during the Nazi oc-
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elected president of the Central
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+Jmlsl> HcrkMan
Friday. September 15. 1967
Between You and Me:
By BORIS SMOUR
Israel Six-Dav War Spurred The Sale Of Bonds

yHE NEW
' i0.000.000
Israel Bond
which is
proclai-
week-
end al i
day nat
, nfer< nee n
York i> actually a continua-
Of the CUT -4iW.000.000
lid out in
count i
to
abSix Day v..
i
The amount of mi
ng that critical period [or Is-
rael through the sale of l-
Bon.l- can Still not be -.".raid.
n is sufficient I sti that
re Bonds w< re bought by Jews
_ BB(j lews during ilia'
brief period than during a full
year of the sale of t1-.. Bonds under
cumstanci -
. this year
there will be no 1st
B< nds ol the current issue left for
sale, Dr Joseph .1 Schwartz, the
able and h jhly respect,
tive head of the Israel Bond i
p Bj ,. ., [vised tl e Israeli Govern-
l of the necessity to plan a
"renewal" issi e i f the Bonds
and this time for S500.00O.O00 The
emotional bu< ing of Israeli Bonds
Mai-ted when Nasser transferre I a
,rt of his armed forces to
. ,za area and placed them
. with Israel It was
then clear to every friend ol Is
,-ael in the United states that this
mea, nst Israel and thai
d need cash a lot
,,: i ash to maintain its economy
during the ar. Nobody could, ol
course. pr< lid how Ion the war
would last, bul Jewish leaders
this coui try mobilized A
for imme hat.'
ial aid to Is I
J
nsified sle ol
The results i
respoi by 1"" '
rn a< a milestone in the
Jewrj Thi
nev r be I ttcn also by th
ilstorj '' ''''
1
wider |
Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER
Occupation PolicyIsrael's Big Problem
Jerusalem
IN THE PAST 2.000 years, fate did not provide Is-
rael troops with many opportunities to exercise
art and science of occupation forces. True, after
the war of liberation in 1948-49. Israel put some
Arab inhabited parts of the country under military
overnment but this was more an internal security
measure and the population in those areas consisted
of full-fledged Israel citizens who voted and were
elected to the Knesset, whose economic, municipal,
cultural and educational affair*, fell under the
jurisdiction of the same civilian authorities as those
of all Jewish and Arab inhabitants living in othe.
areas not under military government.
True also, after the Sinai campaign of 1956 5,.
the Caza Strip and some areas in the Sinai Penin-
sula wore for a few months occupied areas under
full military government. But at that time it was
Clearly a transitorv arrangement in which both the
occupying and occupied knew its temporary nature.
Moreover the occupied areas of Caza and Sinai of
10 years ago consisted only of about 100.000 regular
Arab population (in addition to Arab refugees living
in United Nations-administered camps).
Now however, the situation is entirely different,
because Israel holds this time, in addition to the
Capitol Spotlight: By MILTON FRIEDMAN
Concern Over Soviet Power In Mideast
Washington
DESPITE THE establishment by Russia
of naval bases in Egypt, the Adminls-
to minimize the threat
i American interests created by new
S, .. strati -v in the Middle East.
Many high-ranking U.S. Naval offic-
members of Congress are troubl-
ed thes uploiting Its n
pwithEgypi I for the first time, setting
in an area not contiguous to the Soviet
U have described tatensive
tration on landing craft, training
. option of a task force con
ars and production of nuclear-powered
. exceeding American capa-
i ported Soviet plans I
acuum in the Indian Ocean
_ 1 Red Sea areas.
Xh< CMef of Naval Operations. Admiral
Thon as H Moorer, expressed grave concern over
uild up in the Mediterranean and the
ted a definite shift in K'.i
naive to offensive dispositions.
Nass r ot Egypt has permitted Russia
ria and Port Said as bases
nuclear submarines and other ag-
ft. The Russians have erected their own
radar and communications network on Egyptian
,, s vrict admiral-hase frankly stated that a
.;., Egyptian-based Russian Navj .sh d
, rabs a, el in event ol renewed hostili-
ties.
The sute Department is ea er to avoid recoU.
,1 rf American i '" Isrel; *h'u'
Idmi not want to ke balancing
rt3 5ay .. dd polarize the
.,.,,. and prevent reesta! lishn I Amerh in
v : relations
Anxious '" ,hc "V"
,.,; |, .pard) gei rated tl ct build-up. I
Soviet naval
Dgth in the East h''- ''" ''

i of t L'.S Six! i l
i s naval publications expressed concern over
Soviet submarini new base "' ln*
, Hed portion ot Yemen A Soviet air
,blishment is also being developed in Yemen.
This disposition points ton ird tactical aims in the
Gulf of Aden. Red Sea. P !rsian Gulf, bi d Indian
Ocean Seri< us impll tioi i posed for I at
v. | the entire Arabian peninsula.
Highlights In Sports
JESSE SILVER
Jews In Sail Boat Racing
BUS MOSBACHER, and his new 12-meter yacht,
Intrepid have been picked to represent the
United States against Australia in the America
Cup sailing races off Newport. R.I Mosbacher was
at the helm in 1962. when Weatherly defended the
Tup against Australia. The United States never has
'he Cup since it was first put into competition
in 1851.
In a recent cover story Time magazine said that
one of the reasons Mosbacher was taking the risk
of becoming the first American to lose the Cup was.
". in 1961 he became the second member of .lew-
lip ancestry (although he is an Episcopal convert)
ever elected to the New York Yacht Club."
The first member of Jewish ancestry, to whom
Time referred, was probably August Belmont Sr.
who was elected in 1888 However. NYYC records
show that some other Jews have made this very'
exclusive club over the years
I awrence Marx Jr. has become a member of the
Intrepid Syndicate Alan Levinson of Indianapo-
! placed second in the national snipe class sailing
championships in Muskogee. Okla Robert S_
Halperin of Chicago took part in the recent world
starboat sailing championships in Denmark. Hal
n won an Olympic bronze medal in 190 and a
Pan-American Games gold medal in 1963.
Mark Snit/ won two individual titles, and was a
member Of two winning relay teams al the national
outdoor swimming championships al oak lark. in.
Spitz won the 100 and 200 meter butterfly and swan
the Santa Clara relay teams that won the 800
meter freestyle, In world record equaling time, and
the 400 meter medley Ho equaled his own world
mark in the 200 meter butterfly with a 2:06 4
clocking.
Following the meet Spitl was chosen to the
nine-man squad that will compete in England and
West Germany Cathy Cole won five events at
the Miami Springs International swimming meet,
while Julio Arango. who won a bronze medal at the
Pan-Am Games, may accept a scholarship to Pasa-
dena City College.
Poland's Irena Klrsiensteln won the 200 meter
b at the Europe vi Americas track and field
meet at Montreal Miss Kirszenstcin almost scored
a double, she just missed nipnins the 100 meter
winner at the tarw. Earlier, in Bulgaria, she establi-
shed a new Polish Inn': jump record of 21'8". Only
two women have better marks
Gaza Strip and the practically em-
pty (, Ian Heights taken from
Saras gas
university graduates Thus, die population of th.
Western Rank has a fairly broad middle class with
a highly developed national consciousness and I
sizable indigenous national leadership This. In itself,
makes the problems of occupation much more
complicated
in addition, there is a world of a difference
between the tasks and problems of military occupa
turn involving a relative!) small number .1 former
enemj citizens and that involving about me mil-
lion former enemies The very difference in numb
ers demands much I efforts lost < P">
th< i rnal securitj ol I in*
the sm ill relatively primiti' and I
suff '; '
dation ol the Ga present th
lei
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
September Thoughts
"ITHE PAPEPS ARE full
' problems
revolution : '
:>iit that i I for you.
You reallj to sean to I
The har da- l
I ,.y item in Uw K
'salem Post It d 80.000 Mldrei I
Jerusalem would go back to school after
vacation .
\. i get older, l seem to remember
tter i can remerber for instance, th littl<
boy Who sa, next 10
Who crossed the Delaware In 17711 Don N* ai me,
teacher he replied. "1 didn't
H 60,000 children in Jei are goin o
i id to myself, then thin loo bad 1 w
Tel *vlv. when Disetl off was first mayor. It. th,
In, going to City Hall he would staff his pockets
candy for any children he might come across during i
dav He loved children.
The Israeli children, like all children, ar- bright
I el dull later on. An American tourist visited a UM
Saturdaj and seeing the children, asked 'hem
thej had done in the morning One religious child
he had gone to the synagogue, and the Amt-rican U
then look OUt a piece of candy from his pocket and
d to the boy. The following day when the American
tourist showed up again, the children surrounded him,
exclaiming "We went to synagogue."
The Yiddish writer. Mark Nudclman. tells about a Bttle
Israeli girt, who was asked what she wanted to be wh<:
she grew up She said she wanted to be in the army
she could drive a Red Magcn David ambulance on tbab-
bos Wasn't she bright?
September is the magic word which sends children
the world over back to school.
What is so rare as a day in June, wrote an American
poet <>h to be in England when April is there, wrote a
British poet No poets praise September. This Li rank dis-
crimination and Congress should do something about it.
The summer months are genial and frolicsome but
sometimes are too hottempered and difficult The winter
months are invigorating, but can be nasty and chilling.
September is free ofexecesses.


Nov. September 15. 1967
* Jen *fr itrrSdiicin
Page 11 -A
TE1TEIBAUM TAKES A STAND
Jiami Shipping Executive Defies Boycott
\llireats By Arabs oh Trade With Israel
t"or nearly two decades, the Arab
He* have been carrying out an
tensive trade boycott against
ra*l. the success of which has
ten spotty, at best.
The techniques employed by the
Lib boycott office, headquarter
|d in Damascus. Syria, are in-
farMMy the same. They compile
fists of companies doing business
,ith Israel, send them letters
laming the firms to put a stop
M their activities in or with Is-
[raeli firms and if their demands
are not complied with, they black
h-t the particular company
Although the boycott has not
seriously affected the Israeli
economy, protests have been voic-
ed Jrain.t instances of coopera-
tion between some companies and
uo\ ernments on the one hand and
the Arab boycott office on the
other. Attempts have been made
io secure the passage of effective .broke ties with the Israel shipping
Jacksonville Port.
Mr Teitelbaum. a quiet, unas-
coming man. was quite animated
when he stressed that he consider-
ed it an honor that the Arab boy-
cott committee chose Eagle for
its threats, which, he points out.
are meaningless "in view of the
fact that they cion't serve our com- |
munity."
The young shipping executive
who last visited Israel in 1964.
gets very enthusiastic when talk- ;
ing about the Jewish State. While
he's sure the Arab boycott can '
have no appreciable a.ffeet on his
business relationships, he's quite
emphatic when he says: "If I i
had to lose them all. I'd stick |
with Israel." i
i
Zim apparently appreciates Joe
Teitelbaum's loyalty. When a num-
Vr of shipping agents around the
world yielded to Arab threats and
legislation banning such coopera
tion.
While American Jews have gener-
ally followed the Arab boycott
activities with concern, there is
one member of the Miami Jewish
munity "ho has had his pri-
\ it* clash with the Arab boycott
< :ac "Clash" is hardly the word
for it. because Joe Teitelbaum.
vice president of Fagle. Inc..
Miami-baaed -shipping agents, says
he really "couldn't care lees."
It all started several weeks ago
when Eagle, a large operation em
ploying some 3 - Ainu the shipping needs of Cen-
tral and South America, the Ba
hama islands, the Mediterranean,
the Ear East and Africa, received
a rather ungramma'ical com
munication from Damascus tign
ed by one Mohammed Mahmoud
Malajuub, who eaUed himself the
('.imnustiioner Ceneral of the Cen-
tral Office for the Boycott of Is-
rael
The letter informed Mr Teifel-
baum thai the Arabs had "acmiir-
e 1 reliable informaUon to the ef-
fect that you ad as agents for the
/i\ Israel Navigation Company.
1 to ." Israel's major shipping line.
The letter warned the Miami shipp-
ing firm that it must either stop
doing bustees with Zim or face
an Arab ban on all transactions
with 'tie company.
While Eagle has no business eon
nectiona with any Arab company,
Mr Teltslbaura pointed oul that
any firms doing business with
l igle might in turn, face sn Arab
boycott threat
Mr Tteielbaum savs. "is
c smee Miami snippet
i o virtual!) with any
\-1!> p untrii while Israi
; an nt< .<\ part of Miai
wing i>n trade
\s a matter <>f fact, the Knh
co t i ommittee did net ha1
to any particular trouj le to
ih rit irmatkm on Ba
i n< (ions i 'h the Israel Zi:n
l ine nee Mr. Teitelbaum is
Quite openbj proud of it.
' During the coming week ah
Mr Ti itetb iwm de< lared In an
h tenk n!i The Jewish i
'. Three Israeli ships will be
calling at ports In Florida." He
I thi e is the Nogah winch
in ini ing to this country '
'a first shipment of Cold Star
Been the loannis, bringing i.ooo
' ns of coffee from Africa: and
the Qeshet, which is calling at
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line. Kagle was one of the com-
panies called to Haifa three years
ago to participate in a reorganiz-
ation of the line's agent set up.
A diversified company with much
of its business in the Caribbean.
Eagle has pioneered jn the field
of trailership movements with
vessels specially equipped to carry
truck trailers which are unloaded
to continue overland cargo handl-
ing.
With all his international outlook
'he has circled the globe a number
of times and is several thousand
miles away at the drop of a hat).
Mr. Teitelbaum is proud of his
company's role in the commerce
of Miami.
Eagle has had a major role in
the building and launching of the
world's first aluminum trailership
which operates out of Miami and
is registerd here They have a
second such vessel under construc-
tion to be delivered early next
year
The company is headed by Joe's
father. H. G. Teitelbaum and his
]oe Teitelbaum. vice president ol Eagle. Inc.. v/ith his wife
Anne, his daughter Marilyn and his son Mark.
two uncles, Sam and Mandel Beth Am and has served as pre-i
Kxatish, are also active in the firm's dent of the Coral Cables Optimists
management.
Joe. who lives with his wife
Anne, his daughter Marilyn and
his son Mark, in South Miami,
takes a lively ii.terest in civic and
Jewish communal affairs He is
active in the Combined Jewish
Appeal, is a member of Temple
Club.
While he has not bothered to re-
ply to the Arab boycott letter, Joe
Teitelbaum makes no secrets
about his feelings on just what
they can do with their letter
After all. he says, "you can't bi y
roor birthright."
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Section B
\0H DISPLAY AT COHVtNTION
Hadassah Features Fashion Show
\ >ad array of colorful fash- i
ons created by the Alice Seligi
\ national High School In
erusalem will be ihown Bondaj
fvenil at the annual national
: ,,' mi of Hadassah at the
moblcau Hotel. Miami Beach
-berg School is sponsored
tj Ha lassafa
The fashion show will be pre-
|m nted at 10:30 p.m., in the ('.rand
i oom of the Pontainebleau. it
Iwiil >llow the opening plenary
[session if the convention at the
Miami Beach Municipal Audi
Konum. which will feature an ad-
Idress bj Israel's Foreign Minister,
[Abba Fban.
Some 30 new fashion-, will I*-
[included in the show, w'l.c'i v ill
for Hadassah National Hadassah's
Iacting coordinator is Mrs. William
|K Dorfman.
Mr- Dorfman said that Israel's
industry "looks to Had is
iberg Bcho l for the
the pattei nmakers, the
-- and thi sewing teach-
MRS. WStPH MILTON
Miami fashion show coordinator
future tashion people." She
said that Israel's fa-hi in industry
is now looked to as an important
HADASSAH PROFILE
source of "desperately needed
export dollars." noting that
"American merchandisers are
eater to import 'made in Israel'
fashions."
"This year marks the Seligsberg
School's 25th anniversary and 25
.tars of Hadassah leadership in
vocational education in Israel."
Mrs Dorfman said "The Fashion
Show is symbolic of the standards
of excellence, the quality and pride
>f workmanship, the training that
moves with the times, and the
mnhasis on individual creative
levelopment that is the hallmark
*-e accessorized and mounted by
Ionian Marsh who also will supply
the models Eleanor Morris, fash-
ion coordinator of Jordan Marsh,
will narrate the show,
Mrs Joseph Milton is the Miami
Beach fa-hion show coordinator
of Haddasas's vocational voca-
onal education program."
Following its preview at the
Hadassah national convention here,
Continued on Page 4-B
to be shown n:
.' :. lay
sah rial
Ihe Fonl I
Spirit Of Henrietta Szold
Sparked Group's Success
ished in 119 bj one of her that tions of the orgai
tin. >. re narkable w ".< n in ,hl
modern Jewish history, Hs issal irs
hai i its phenomenal
i ess be< auae of the sp
and energy of its founder. Ilenriet-
:. and the inspiration
HIN*llT7A SIOID
I he of a
r dtimore i abbi M is S I'l her
-If a h r of Hi '-o-w Tal mid.
Jewish bistorj philosophy and
ture
Her first exposure to the soil
of Palestine came in 1909, when
after a tour of Europe, she vi-
sited the Holy Land and, im-
presses' with the primitive con-
ditions she found there, resolv-
ed to devote her life to easing
the suffering of those who
pioneered and settled the country.
The medical program of Had.is
sah had it- roots in the early years
i i the oiganization when Miss
Sxold was sent to Palestine by an
international Zionist Commission
in behalf of a medical unit which
was Straggling against terrible
handicaps of disorganization and
lack of funds
Intending to stay with her mis-
Continued on Page 4-B
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PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS
Sunday, g:0C p.m. Opening session at Miami Beach Municipal
Auditorium Greetings by Mayor .lay Dermer
of Miami Beach: Address by Mrs Mortimer
Jacobson, national president of Hadassah;
Address by Israel Foreign Minister Abba
Khan.
10:30 p.m. Grand Ballroom, Pontainebleau Hotel Fash
Ion show
Monday, 1:30 p.m. East BallrOOffl Fontainebleau Hotel Award
presentation to Dr. Michael DeBakey noted
heart BWgeon Address by Dr Kalman J
Mann, director general of Hadassah Medical
Organization in Israel.
6-00 pm Grand Ballroom. Fontainebleau Hotel, W
dresses bj Rabbi Marsh ill T Meyer rector
of the Seminario Rabinlco I al no Americano,
Buenos \ nd by Abraham Brumberg,
tor oi Problems ol Communism
Tuesday, 10:45 a.m. Grand Ballroom, Fontainebleau Hotel vi
dress b) Dr Marver H Bernstein, Prii
Univet I
7:30 p.m ('.rand Ballroom Fontainebleau !I (I Ban-
,.! session Addresses bj former Sen
ii Dougla an I Sol M Linowitz, I S. At
oasi .dor to the Organization of American
itei
Wednesday, 12:30 p.m Fast Ballroom Fontainebleau Hotel
Closing luncheon, Elections Acceptanci
dress Addn ss b) guesl speaker Dr Wil
ham Haber oi Ihe UniversHj of Michigan
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* Jen it Ikn idlfi nr
lay S ; lember I
Plans for the United Jerusalerr. Banquet sponsored by the
Jewish N Council of Gr^a:=r Mian:; were disoussed
at a :nee'.:r.g between Judge Haroid 3. Spaet (right), pr
ner." (mil M Circuit Court o! Dade County, and Jo.-
Coh -i '.he Miami JNF Council. The banquet
is s December 10.
Rafael To Head
Israeli Mission
At Assembly Start
UNITED NATIONS. NY. (JTA>
Amta-^.dor Giedon Rafae! will
>e the chairman of the Israe! dele-
gation to the United Nations Gene-
ral Assembly which will convene
>n Sept. 15) and will remain in 'hat
wet until the end of Oct >hcr when
le will return to Jerusalem to as-
sume his new ps-t of Director-
lenera: f the Israel Foreign Min
strv.
Ambassador Yosef Tekoah, who
>as beer. -Mr R ..<..
uweeacor as Israe permanent
tp'i the United Na-
tions, will assume that post at he
ginning of next year. Amba
lor Michael Comay former hend
W the Israel delegation will
iJic delegal
Mrture and will id as h
nan I \ urati f
embl\ ......
Local Doctors Now
U I SAF Hospitals

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Forci
AFB
n Stuarl B Bl
ton ol Mr Ma* B
J30 Hi> h > dgned to
the isa! ..- c ,., |j
fficers Dr.
AFB Tei for duty as a me-
Indiana Universitj tH Blow
ton. was social ith Jacl
Memorial H b ( ni .-nter-
ing the Air I
Doc- Lea M asler,
son .of Mr and M r> Harold E.
ler, : ISO Wi it Dr i 11 i
signed to the USAF hospital at
Pease AFB, N !i for duty as a
dentist Dr. Casler attended the
Phyllis, i- the daughter cf Mr and
Universitj of Miami. His wife,
Mrs Jesse Lea' J N Miami.
Doet<,:- rCaptain Barry R. Peso'
Fky lathe n of Mr and Mrs. iier
man Peaetsky, 521 NE 171st 9t, Dr
Pesetsky, who attended thi Uni-
ver.ir.y ,'. Miami and its School of;
Men i tied to the
i SAJ hospital at Tinked \FB. i
Okli >. il
Temple Officers
To Be Consecrated
Temple Beth Sholom will hold
its annual Oncg Shabbat for new
and prospective members following
services on Friday evening. Jack
M Kink is membership chairman
During services, the following
oflicers and directors will be con-
, secrated by Dr. Loon Kronish.
- ritual leader of Beth Sholom:
president Louis F Snetman: vice
presidents, .'ack M Fink. Irving
B. Kaplan, Eli Ka'zin. Morry B
Morris: financial secretary. Marvin
looper; treasurer. Seymour Silver-
mar : general secretary. Philip
'.'(stelnek.
B>ard of directors: Harold Zinn.
chairman; Jack A. Abbott. James
\I Albert. Norman Arkin. Joseph
\ab Abram Baker. Jonas Broth
-ian. lack A. Cantor. Meyer Don.
I eo I J Ell. Abe C. Fine. Harold
GranofC, Harry A. Greenberg. Louis
Bn, Isadore B Hecht. Frank
K: men, Dr Ieo Levin, Dr San-
forr Levine, Alex Levinaon. \
'? Lowe, Maury S
Rifkin. Ben
'hilip
Harrj
spi
Paul Faske, president of the
:'V/HA of Greater Miami.
i chairman of
21ub of Mt. S.:. d
ami Beach. The
nders Club is composed
men who have
a minimum of
the hospital. Mr.
eeds Baron de
r honorary :
Ital
Between You And Me...
By BORIS SMOLAR
"THE BRIDGE": Since the crea-
tion of the State of Israelabout
20 years -jgo much has been
written about the "bridge" that
exists between American Jewry
and Israel .. The unprecedented
emotional interest which Ameri-
can Jewry has displayed toward
Israel in the crucial period of the
historic Six-Day War and the
huge financial aid it mobilized
spontaneously for Israeltestified
to the strength of this 'bridge'-
What must be remembered,
however, is that this bridge had
1>. en built long before the estab-
lishment of the Jewish state .
Its history goes back to the days
of the Balfour Declaration, when
strong personal ties were woven
between those who are now the
leaders of the Israel government
and Jewish personalities in Amer-
ica who sought to strengthen the
hands of those who fought for the
establishment of a Jewish Na-
tional Home in Palestine .
These ties became even stronger
when non-Zionist American Jew-
ish leaders joined the Jewish
Agency for Palestine The
late Dr Chaim Weizmann and tho
late American Jewish leader.
Louis Marshallgreat personal
friendshad long ago cemented
between themselves a bridge of
understanding for Eretz Israel
So did Ben-Gurion later by bring-
ing to his side people like Judge
Joseph Proskauer and Jacob
Blaustein who developed a gen-
uine feeling of personal friend-
ship for him in the days of the
partition" discussions at the
I'nited Nations at I-ake Success
Supreme Court Justice Louis
Brandeis had felt close to the in
terests of the Yishuv eeen way
back in the days after World War
I Edward M M Warburg
ka father. Felixwas a friend
before the state of tar icl
. proclaimed ... So were
Zionist pet al mo.- in
i States; not to speak of
I Ul this
ip
t on the
the worl I

d ic to th<


mpact
on Ami
THE QUESTION: Tl
the Ok! Guard" both in Israel
and in the United State who
laid and strengthened the foun-
dation for the "'bridge'" now ex
isting between Israe! and Ameri-
can Jewryare disap
pearing Old personal con-
tacts and influences between I-
raeli leaders and American Jew-
ish leaders are weakening I
with every passing year
This poses the question Will
bridge between Israel and Am
lean Jewry be a- ItN the
near future as it :-. tod ly
There are still alive I >->'- people
! ke Ben-Gurion, Eshko! Golds
Melr, President Sha/ar a" I others
of the "Old Guard" in Israel .
In the United Stares. to>. there
are still alive a number of Jewish
leaders who received their in
spiration for active work for
Israel from the Old Guard Is-
raelis But what does Ameri-
can Jewry know about the young
Israelis who aspire now to leader-
ship" In whom of the "Young
Guard" In Israel can America':
Ji"' rv have such a blind a"d de-
voted c Mifidenc is It had in
Weizmann ai & Sharett >e as It
turion, Eihkol.
and \ L Pmki
m i i i A
18 m what do the
Hnbe
i |
I Minis! .- I jim '-'
a marl an
~'ly in'.-
!- Israel Bow rrunv of
namea nUfy-r The
Six Day War brought la Uu
Dayan
as Defense Minister, but how
many Jews in the I'nited Slate-
know that Dayan was once be-
fore a member of the Israel Cab-
inet ? ... A military hero in
Israel. Dayan has no roots out
side of Israel and never displayed
much interest in developing per
sonal contact with leaders of Jew-
ish communities outside of Israel
. This is even more the case
with other leaders of Israel's
Young Guardwith Shimon Peres
being perhaps the exception
Yigal Allon is a very able mem
ber of the Israel Cabinet, and is
even being spoken of as the com-
ing Prime Minister of Israel
But he. too. is a stranger to
American Jewry and even to
many American Jewish leaders,
although he is very popular in
Israel.
THE DANGER: At a party which
editors and publishers in Israel
arranged for me in Tel Aviv
and at which there were some of
the prominent Israeli leadersI
raised the question of the future
of the "bridge" between Israel
and Ami it an Jewry Mr
Peres, wh i had [sited the United
States when he was Deputy De
tense Mir ste and who has great
admiration r American Jewry
and its di to I lei ---emed
to agree tl C thai someth-n?
must be (! to keep the "bridge"
strong This was befon the
tremendous and spontaneous re-
sponse of an Jewry to the
need- in the six day war
great i mal re-
s-po- hi ire than
ever befon t Israeli 1
must do i thing thej can to
mail *." timati tact with
Arm ri
eon) had '
veloped
the i
of lea dl
tl r; m
l rastives the I n i
Jews n


'
'
; pora
ntam
i .

1
\ i

Israel
\ H !! I few
now !> .i~ strong as
it is toda: '
New llizh Schools
Opened In Israe]
...w YORK, (JTAi Four new
comprehensive high .school* t
Operations in Israel on Septenibi-i
1. joining three others opened las-
year as well as a number previous
|j established, Charles J. Benslej
oresidenl of he Israel Education
Fund of the I'nited Jewish Appeal.
reported here
Mr BensLajr'a statement was in
clarification of cabled reports that
the opening of comprehensive high
Schools in Israel had been deferred
for a year This report, he said, had
anparentl) been based on |
cision of the Ministry of Educa-
tion to postpone until 1968
transfer of seventh grade students
into tli- newt* opened IFF com-
prehensive hirrh schools in Mi
Ha-Emek or Or Yehuda
The basic programs in trm^-
schools and all other such facilities
Israel offering a f-ill complement
icational and aradenvc studies
the ninth through twelfth grades.
fully functional. The coni-
nsive school pattern, Mr
ley declared, is a keystone of
's educational future, and at
" : down additional IEF com
: <* hich schools are cur-
tly under construction or in
'
3
easy ways
to get the
Codes
of
people
you
write to:
1 When you receive a letter,
note thp Zip in the return
address and add it to your
address book.
2 CaD vour local Post Office
or sue their NmUuiui! Zip
Directory.
3 Local Zi|ie can be found
on Uie Zip Map in the
buniiifSH pages of your
phonebook.
Wlsh< at a Mblk sorvlc* In cao*-
Wal.OT NOW Division Hobby Huddles
South Dad Di' 'sion i f Greater
Mi.,--, Section, Nation Council of
men. will hold a ''Hobby
Huddles" class on Wednesday, al
Ihe Mrs Rt-irSen Norden
bur; B600 8W 127 St Mrs Ted
will demonstrate the
craft of antiquing photos and
magazine pictures onto wood
look ma
no pits!
The tastiest prunes ever...
fresh fruit flavor, moist and
tender, and instant me-
chayeh right out of the
package! That's the marvel
of new super-tenderized
Suns.veet Prunes ... today,
no pits. Everyday ...
Abi Gezunt with
SUNSWEET
The Pitted Prune
tfy
,tvn. ''
P!TTO?RlMS
K KOSHER PARVE


Friricry, September 15. 1967
* Jmitf Meridian
Paqe 3-E
ANNIVERSARY PLANS CANCELED
Tourist Agency Official Denies Charges
Thai Czech Govt Blocked Jewish Fete
NEW YORK (JTA) A top
offical of the Czechoslovakia toil-
rist Bfmcy denied this week
charges that his government had
canceled plans to celebrate the
1.000th anniversary of the Czech
.leuish community next your
Joatf Richtcr. executive vice
president of Cedok. the official
tourist organization, said that
plans for the celebration r**> I
entirely in the hands of the Czech
Jewish community, and he pledged
lie "unequivocal" support of his
i ncjf to this effort. "As business
people." he said "it is in our in-
teresl to encourage the Jewish com
munity to go forward with the mil-
lennium celebration; and we shall
do all we can to help I hem "
The travel official said that his
government had no official role
inning the millennium pro
gram It is a gains! Czech pnlicj
either to support or to deny the
activity of Czech citizens
If the Jewish community of our
llennium
cell bration, n is free to do so Our
\ ernment it I not i n( p| the
rn im we were never invo
.n i' "
A spokesman for rhe Acne-i-
can Jewish Congress which hd
criticiied the Czechs on this
issue, commented fiat "Cedok
cannot absolve itself of respon-
sibility for developing a program
for the celebration of the millen-
nium."
II. -aid that -i delegation of the
American Jewish Congress had
visited Prague in August of 1966
and that Cedok authorities at thai
ime placed "((real emphasis" on
liana for a "major" celebration of
the millenial anniversary of Czech
Jewry and of the 7(X)th anniversary
if the Altneu Synagogue of
Prague.
"Painstaking arrangements"
were being made at the time of
'he visit of the Congress delegation,
he said, to "commemorate the ac-
tive role of Czech Jewry in their
ountry's history" and "elaborate
fforts" were under way to attract
lcvi-h visitors from all over the
world
The spokesman added that the
Congress was approached several
imes since and up to the outbreak
>' th< \i ah Israeli w ,ir. by Cedok
fii< ials m the I ted States in re
rard to millenn um tours "Cedok
not *\ Ih it it the sole re
tj il thi Czech .lews to
nize .i millennium pro Bm
the : ki I led "The surviv-
Jewish community is, for the
lost part, made up of elder!
nfirm pi neither
ical nor the finani ial ro
ioiirc< to conducl i m itor i
help from their govet nment."
r the Con res* president,
Arthur Lelv> eld had ac
e Czech Government I i incel
' ;- to cell I rate the ai mver-
-.n > Rabbi l.ilyveld termed the
cancelation "another hostile act by
h authorities echoing the hard
line anti-Semitism emanating from
doscovi
He cited .is other Government
ctions the "failure" ol responsible
overnment authorities to press an
nvestigation of the "violent death"
n Prague of Charles || Jordon,
lircctor-general of the Join! Dis
rihution Committee, the sever-
nice ol diplomatic relations with
Israel: the deprivation of citizen-
ship of Ladialav Mnacko, Czechoslo
vakian author, for criticising
Czechoslovakia's Middle Bast po-
Hcy: and withdrawal from circula-
tion of several recentlv -issued DOS-
age stamps on Jewish themes
Rabbi Lelyveld charged that
these acts form a pattern of be
havior aimed ;.t isolating the Czech
'wish community from their
fellow Jews in other lands and
'""' the rich cultural heritage of
lory "
HtNDRIK BtRNS
Berns to Seek
Political Office
Hcndrik .1 Berns, editor and
publisher of The Independent.
lualitied this week for the Miami
City Commission race, seeking the
seat vacated by Mavor Steve Clark
Berns spent 10 years with the
'! ami Herald and five th the
Miami V ivs before i stablishing
his own w eekly in Dade Co i
and has been led w ith W< IB5
AkAT. Uloll and WMBM <\^ l
he 19 years in this communitj
This :- his first venture into
ics
Forband Stores
Negro Extremists
HIGHLAND MILLS, N.Y.(JTA
More than 750 delegates from the
United States and Canada, attend
ing the 2ist national convention of
F.irhand-I.abor Zionist Order, wont
on record ihis wi ek as favorirw
ti>p imoiitv for Israel immigration
The convention concluded after
reelecting Samuel Bonchek presi-
dent and Jacob Katzman, national
secretarj
The anti-Semitism so openl;
expressed by Negro extremists and
bj a part of the Negro masses and
1>> even some Negro intellectuals
was criticized at another sessi in o
the convention
The delegati s .< looted .i i c soli
tion, asserting that "no amounl
(.{ justified grievance against thi
-in ety ai large, no amount ol
frustration, can justify the unleash
ing of such hatred against the
.lews, or for that matter, against
any other ethnic or religious
group Neither the human rights
nor the dignit} ol the Negro
ii hieved bj anti Semitism
The resolution said that it was
"incumbent on the enli
Negro leadership to combat this
ei il w ithin its ow n people and it
also stressed that it was
on .lew ish leatk rship to
bat every manifestation
\, in attitudes and actions a Ihi
mi I oi Jew ish and other men i
il the white communitj
Two Menorahs
In Memoriam
1'"'" mi n irahs will be ded
during Friday evening services at
Bi th David Congregation
The : branch c indi labra h ve
'"'" donated bj Mrs Albert Q ta
dow in memory of her I ite hus
''"'"' ""....... as .-!.'...! of it,-.i,
for ever 20 years He also JeiCIStl LllnaiY (fOCII lor 7e(ISOII
' a leader in mam Zionist pro
' in the community
Designed bj R ib rt Stoozer the
nenorahs were i rested by I
Glaubman. and fulfill a wish ex
oressed b> Mr Quariou to have
them mo the pulpit
The Central Jewish Librarj ol Mondaj I i Fridav from 9:01
the Bureau of Jewish Education a m to 5 ihi p.m The librarii
has opened for the Mrs \nt \ ho lias com
! was announced bj Uberl E P,e,etl lwelvc
Issip, Bureau Pres I i I
JWV Florida Auxiliaries Plan Meetings; ^ *>* semce$
Tell of Citations, National Honors
- libt arj is a I
mding library i ont aining over
Temple Sinai of North Dade will 13.OOO volumes ol Judaica Heb
conducl llii h Kolj Da\ sen ices at
lie quarterlj meeting of the
Ladies AuxHiarj Jewish War Ve
terans, Department of Florida, is
scheduled for Sept H> and 17 at
the Saraaota Motor inn. Sarasota
Mrs. Nat Brown is JW\ \ Depart
men! president
Norman Bruce Brown Auxiliary
has planned a social meeting for
Tuesday. Cap! Leo Gardner oi El
ai Airlines, will speak on "Israel
Today and Tomorrow On Wednes
day. Sept. 27. the Auxiliary will
hold a board meeting at the home
of Mrs. Herbert Feibelman. Presi-
dent of the group is Mrs Belle
Swarts.
West Miami Auxiliary will have
its regular meeting on Thursday.
Sept 21, at Temple Ahavat Sholom.
President is Mrs Norman Burman.
HialeaK-Miami Springs Auxiliary
held a membership meeting on
Sunday morning at Parkland Cafe-
teria, llialeah Mrs Sydell I-evitch
is president.
-,
Abe Horrowitx Auxiliary was to
have a regular meeting on Thurs-
day evening at Unified Hall. 2300
NE 171st St. Future plans include
a fashion show at Unified Mall on
Sept. 28, chaired by Mrs Elsie
Gross anil a "Nile Club Nite" at
the Carillon Hotel on Saturday,
Sept 23. starting at 9:30 p m.

FRED BERNSTEIN
rbl tor the H.gh Hoi d*vi Call 'com
7 i m. to 4:30 pen JE 13353 oc al'i-c
5 30 call 531-7367.

i I. ., i -oi.a
If \Bi.Ut PIIINTINC CO. IIRCLEI ^^ / MMnimiUlMIIIJ
^Bt' altm BEACH
m owxt copies oo
*t ICUF HO 0(1 ing as ill lirmen will be M -
lame- Vvette Warmbrandt and i ee
ilaspil Group president is Mrs
Herman Gromel
Mrs Kat Brown president JWVA
Department of Florida has receiv-
ed a trophy from Veterans Id
ministration Voluntary Services
for "outstanding leadership in
FWVAS activities B< the Veterans
Hospital in Coral Cables "
At the recent national conven-
tion held in Washington. D.C., the
Department .if Florida was present-
ed with two trophies for work in
Anicriconism and Veterans Service.
Citations were also received in the
area of servicemen's service, com-
munity relations aid to Israel, hos-
pital and publicity.
Mrs. Max Kern advanced from
'national conductress to the office
of national patriotic Instructor and
national Americanism chairman;
Mrs. Louis Deutsch of Hollywood,
past department president, was
elected to the national advisory
hoard, and Mrs Ben Haberman. of
Sarasota, past national president.
was elected to the national budget
committee.
Other delegates to the convention
included Mrs Belle Swart/, presi-
dent, and M,s Bather Feingold,
Auxiliarj 174: Mrs Bessie Gibber,
president, Aux. 330: Mrs. Libby
M.1 ihm. senior vice president, Aux
(it.7; Mrs Lena Goulb, AUJt 613;
Mrs Herman Croinct president,
\n\ 682; Mrs Sid Ttagtsh, presl-
lent, Aug 723
\ \l ami Beach Auditorium. 17011
NE 19th Ave Information regard
ing tickets may be had at the
temple office
raica. and English volume- I n
ring the gamut of Jewish
The library is located at \jrs Vnna Sintov and I>i
'to Lincoln Road and is open I'nterman
Librarj < 'ommittee i insists
il Mrs Joseph Dunto> I
Louis Heiman. Co-chairman, Mrs
Joseph Vbelow, Di Sigmui
lei Dr Philip Gotlieb, M ii n-
Honigbaum Rabbi Sol I a
Max Meisel. Mr- David Muskal
ladies' Tea Features Show
The installation tea being
sponsored bjf Beth Israel Con
stion sisterhood on Tuesday
at 12:30 pm., will feature Svd
Skolsky and rcr "One Woman
Show." President is Mrs. Hyman
Kolko, Mrs Louis Schwartz is serv-
ing as chairman of the day. and
Mrs. Berei Wcin as program chair
man.


Page 4-B
lenistfhridton
Friday, September 15, 1967
Henrietta Szold and Hadassah
Continued from Fag* IB
or two years, Miss Szold re-
mained in Palestine for the next
quarter of a century during which
she set the example that moved
Hadassah on the course that was to
find it the worlds largest women's
organization.
With the rise of Hitler. Henriet-
ta Siold again tapped her unique
and happy combination of wisdom,
foresight and organizational skill
to establish the movement that
was destined to save thousands of
Jewish children from the Nazi
gas chambers and would even-
tually provide the Jewish State
with the youth and strength to carry
it through its years of crisis.
Under the Youth Aliyah pro-
gram, thousands of youngsters
wore brought from Germany and
other parts of Europe to Pales-
tine where they were settled,
taught and raised in kibbutzim
that welcomed them.
The children were brought to
Palestine in groups which were
kept intact for two-year periods
during which they received in-
struction in practical farm work,
workshops. Jewish history, litera-
ture, the geography of Palestine
and the sciences
In the early years of the Youth
Aliyah program, each group that
arrived was personally received
by Miss Szold who took them to
their new homes and saw them
safely settled and warmly receiv-
ed.
From its humble beginnings,
Hadassah. nurtured by the strength
and persistance of Henrietta Szold.
is today the largest individual
Zionist organization in the world
with an annual budget of more
than $10,000,000
In Israel, Haddaah conducts
comprehensive health, vocational
-duration and social welfare pro-
grams which include diagnostic.
curative and preventive medical
services, rehabilitation and educa-
lon of underprivileged Jewish
youth and a land redemption pro-
gram.
The Haddassah Medical Organi-
sation which conducts Hadas-
sah s medical program in Israel |
is based at the Hadassah-Hebrew
University Medical Center. Located
it Ein Karem. a suburb of Jeru-
salem, the Medical Center consoli-
dates Hadassah s medical facili-
'ies in a modern building complex.
It includes a 600-bed teaching hos-
I pital servicing 17.000 inpatients
annually with service labora-
tories; the Adolf and Felicia Leon
Mother and Child Pavilion for
maternity and infant care: on out-
patient department capable of
handling more than 250.000 patient
visits annually: the Henrietta Szold
Hadassah School of Nursing and
Residence; the Hebrew I'niver-
sity-Hadas>ah Dental School
founded by Alpha Omega); the
Hebrew University-Hadassah Modi-
];cal School: the John F Kennedy
Building, which serves as a re-
ception and tourist center in mem
ory of The late President.
In the united States. Hadassah
a non-govermental organization
accredited to the United Nations
conducts an intensive American
Aff.ur- program through which
Hadassah member* are kept in-
formed on vital community, state.
national and international develop-
ments, helps foster creative Jewish
living through education, and sup-
ports Jewish youth groups and
camps. ^_________
Hadassah Shows
Israeli Fashions
Continued from Page 1-B
the Fashion Show will tour the
United States to help raise funds
for Hadassahs network of voca-
tional institutions in Israel
In addition to its fashion train-
ing, the Seligsberg School offers
courses in homemaking. secretarial
skills, dental and laboratory assis-
tants' work, and arts and crafts.
Other Hadassah vocational cduca
tion projects in Israel include the
Brandeis Vocational Workshops in
fine mechanics, precision instru-
. ments. industrial electronics and
printing, the Hadassah Vocational
Guidance Institute, and a Rural
Vocational Center. 'Neurim." at
Kfar Vitkin Hadassah also con
ducts extensive medical, research,
social service, youth rehabilitation
and land redemption programs in
Israel.
Chaplain M. Kirsch arrived
in Viet Nam this week to
assume his assignment as
! Jewish chaplain o! the First
Marine Aircraft Wing in that
7one of combat. Ho l< :
'.hat overseas post alter serv-
' ina si-: 956 as Jewish
chaplain of the Marine Cor;
Recruit D^: o\ P-.rr.?. Island,
S.C._________
ORT Unit to Install leaders
Miami Beach Business and Pro-
fessional Women's Chapter of ORT
will hold its dinner meeting and
installation of officers on Thurs
day. Sept 21. at the Terrace Room
of Southgate Towers.
Andy Keller, musician, will en-
tertain
Rabbi Kipper
To (lonscerate
New Members
"Limiting the Sire of a Congrega-
tion" will be di^cu^ed by Rabbi
Morria A Kip,>er on Friday night
i; | the annual consecration
-erv-ee at Temple Judea scheduled
In 8 15 p.m The choir will part hi
; a*e 'ti the cercmon>. and an Oneg
Shal Sal in tin new social hall
will follow-
Some 43 new member families
will be consecrated as the Coral
Gablei congregation continues its
membership campaign to add 100
families to its roster of 300. Tem-
ple .ludea was designed t* serve
400 families.
Anton. th"w to ni*crati"d jir^
t><. famlttea >' Mr and Mr* Kujr.'
VVynvi Mr aod Mr> Fer,!lnn li|i>.. Jr. Mr mill Mr* lH>n*l Kinil. Mr and \H* tavld Qoodnian,
Mr urn! Mr- Sidney !< rman. l! I
I ... '/..Ik..win, Mr. and Mr- S
s\ r.. har, Mr ami iIfe*JanioaPbflncai.
Dr -niil Mr* William Schmidt,
Mr i.m.I Mr* Richard nrirkman. I'r
,-.i Mrii Busen) Konrad, Mr R
.:t Mr mid Mm M.rriH rtaMB-
',,., Ml and Mr- Alvln Hur-r. Mr
,..,! Mi- Koberl SlcgWl, Mr and
ii Mr and Mr- ROtX I
\ !,;, Mr and Mr- fDI SV.d.-l Mr-
In rttiu Mia. Hal I
Mr ..rid Mr* K-ul i
v mi and Mra BUM Hupn. k,
Mr and Mra Alan M \iBd-i-.n< Mr
,,,, Ml En I W An.Hi'l lr ami
Mr- W Hllam a I.. ..ii- Mra I >
i......mm Mr and Mra >JyW- '-
Mi i Ml Altai r'mi" Ml
Mi ;. raid Pool i ft Mi and M:-
,v Drill Mr and Mra John Sner-
Mr and Mr- Uarvai Hoaan-
-:. in
Alao In and Mr- Morton VTelni
Mr a. .1 Mi- i : raid Roi a, Mr .1
Robert W l^oeb, Mr and V. -
Morton Marcua, Mr and Mra, Bn -t
Paul. I ir and Mr- Irrfti SlntniK Mr
and Mr- Leonard Bkartet, l>r and
Mra Jacob Kline, Mr nd Mm Mau-
Orubalr, Mr nr.rl Mr- Ionald
Homer and Mr and Mra Bjbeldon
PaUey
what's LOX ury?
Workmen's Units
Resume Meetings
Branches of Workmen's Circle
in Greater Miami have resumed
meetings. CM> Everglade* Branch
1050 held its meeting on Sept. 5,
at the Coral Gables Federal. Ponce
deLeon Blvd.

North Dade-Broward County
Branch 1064 held its Sept. 6 meet-
ing at the Washington Federal.
699 NE 167 St

Meyer London Branch 28 will
meet on Friday. 8 p.m.. at the
Miami Beach Federal. 8th St .and
Washineton Ave.. Delegates to the
Southern District Conference will
report and the resolutions passed
voted upon.

On Saturday. Branch 1059 will
meet at Washington Federal, 1133
Normandy Dr. at 8 p.m. In addi-
tion to reports by the delegates,
a guest speaker will be pn
from the Consumers Council

Branch 699 will meet on Sun
day. 1 p.m. at 1545 SW 3rd St
Delegates will give reports on the
conference.
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SfifflS
Yiddish (Classes
At Peretz Schools
Registration is open for Yiddish
language classed for children of
ages 6 'o 12 The Workmen's Cir-
cle I I. Pat '/ Schoo re
opene I r the 28th consecutive
year
Cla ind
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Trai
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Is it living in a penthouse
or owning a Rolls-Royce?
no:
Is it Philadelphia Cream Cheese
spread thick on bagels with lox?
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LOXury begins with the finest, freshest,
tastiest cream cheese in town...Philadelphia brand!
CERTIFIED KOSHER (KRAFT) Kraft on the ptcUit It >our juarjrtet of ttie fmett foi floor, fraihnets and purity


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MM. GUSMON MILLU
Mrs. Miller In
Dramatic Reading
Mr Gcrshon Miller, assisted by
Canter David Convisor and the
children*! choir of Temple Beth
Sholo.n, will present a dramatic
reading on "The Muccabcan Mi-
racle Reborn-' during services
Friday night at rhe Pontainebteau
Hotel
Thi traditional services will fol-
low .- p.m [inner for Hadataah
board members from throughout
the rountr) gathering here for the
national convention scheduled to
on Sopl I"
A graduate of Northwestern Uni-
versity School >l Speech. Mrs. Mill-
er was on the faculty there while
she did radi work, and also
did advanced wosk in speech,
ereal e dramatic! &nd story tell-
ing al Columbia University.
she served .*- lirector of wo-
men's and children programs on
radio for 13 years and currently
presents drajnatic readings ami
puppets for ctoildi
BetH Torah Plans
Double Sessions
Joseph Golden, president ol
To, h, Jwiius i. rd m, reli ;iou
vice-president, and Dr. Max A
Licschltz, rabbi, announce that
Beth Torah Congregation will hold
services for the High Holy Days
in the main Sanctuary. 1051 No
Miami Beach Blvd.. and at the
Wometco 163rd Theatre in the
Shopping Center
Dr. Lipschitz. Cantor Jacob
Renzer, and the High Holy Day
Choir uill conduct the major sei \ i
COS in the Sanctuary, and will also
conduct two services in the theatre.
Sharon Shavin
Israeli Volunteer
i in ni M for
sor-

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iel 170 SV 31 '

>uth woi ..- a
coun el al Camp Blue Stai She
:ilso : las pr< -
the Miami Senior High gra luating
class of 1967.
Sharon joins with other young
people coming from England,
France and South Africa who will
work at essential jobs in Israel to
help relieve the manpower short-
age there

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Brunch, Games Parly Slated
Beth Moshe Sisterhood will hold
its first brunch and games party on
Wednesday noon, in the Popiel
Social Hall. Hostesses include Mes-
dames Fred Blank. Sally Cats. lay
, Rand. Minna Richman. Max Ru
Membership is now being accept- ,iolf. Milton Schwersky. Henry
ed at the administration office. jNaftali.
United Cerebral Palsy unit members are shown pitch-
ing in to help complete preparations ior the agency's
first Market Place Sale-A-Thon Sept. 14, 15 and 16 at
the Cerebral Palsy Treatment Center, 1411 NW 14th
Avenue. Helping to sort and mark the merchandise
are (left to right): Mrs. Max Parness, Mrs. David H
Braun and Mrs. Esther Levitz, president of the M. i
Beach Women's unit. Al! proceeds of the Sale-A-Thor.
will be directed locally for the treatment care of
cerebral palsy sufferers.
Ner Tainid Slates
Auxiliary Services
Auxiliary services for the High
Holy Days are being scheduled i>>
Tt n pie Ner ramid according to
Charles) Goldstein, temple presi-
dent
Miles Bunder a student at the
Jewisl Theoloc.cal Seminary, has
been ttgaged to serve as rabbi for
the overflow services, and Cantor
Morris Berger U1 chtnl the mvai
cal portion* of the liturgy
S, : COS in the main saiictury
of the temple Mi be conducted by
Dr Eugene Labovitl and Cantor
Edward Kleii
Sisterhoods to Get
Conference Report
Mn Arthur J Brown, pre-i
dent (rf the National Women's
League of the United Synagogue
of Am erica. Florida Branch, and
Mrs Oscar Sindell. chairman of
Combined Campaign of the Torah
Fund and MathUde Bchechter Resi
den Hall, will attend a Torah
Fund and Residence Hall Con
ference at Groaaingers. NY.. Sopi
17 to 19.
on their return they will give a
report on the conference at a
Florida Branch board mooting to
be held at Temple Zion, on Thurs-
day, 8 p.m.. Sept. 21
Members from 30 affiliated
sisterhoods will attend A social
action report w iU also be given by
Mrs. Richard Sneider.
Mrs Benjamin Block. Temple
Zion Sisterhood, president and
board member* will act as hosts.
Even Grandpa can't be hoodwinked
when it comes to quality dairy.
Just like grandma, he knows sunny-morning freshness and
quality when he tastes it. Grandpa enjoys it in all of Break-
stone's dairy products.
One delicious way or another, Breakstone's belongs on every
family's table. You're never too old (or too young) to start RrpSllfCfOriP
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Friday, September IS, 1967
Kmm+hctrrninali
Wit
yours,
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The Pupont Plaza Hotel \v:iv tlif
Retting this past Saturday even-
ing lor th' installation dinner
dance of the charter board of
governor* oj the Greater Miami
Philharmonic Society, Inc Mrs
Bmil Could, whose husband is
president oi the group, chow a
mint green alaskine silk -own
with a hieh cowl neckliiie ami high
yoke Ream Her sleeveless gown
skimmed the waist Mrs. William
I> Pawley, wife of the chairman
of the board, was in a pale pink
moygashel -own with the empire
silhouette. The dobice of her gown
was vdk and it had bracelet
length sleeves
Mrs David 1 u-bman chose a
deep forest green silk chiffon with
bateau neckline on her fitted
bodice A band of jet brads trim
mnl the hemline of her gathered
tunic overskirt Mrs. Thomas
SamartJno \v is in a white brocade
gown with the neckline fairly
high in front and cut square
Muted apple green silk crepe
was the choice of Mrs. U-onard
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(1 rapid blouson effect at the hip
line, Mrs Edward Klein wore a
black chant illy lace short gown
which was uniquely gathered in
the baek
with the high ejwcled neckline
and short sleeves. Mrs. Irving
Lehrman's gown combined gold
and silver lame over black Her
matching stole was lined in black
satin. Mrs. Michael Sossin was in a
blush apricot ensemble with her
coat cut to show the cowled neck
line of lier dress
Mrs. I.airy Singer's chiffon
gown was in brilliant jewel tone
colors of fuchsia and emerald
green It was in a swirl water-
color effect and was draped in
such a manner as to follow the
swirl pattern. Sable brown was
the color of the chantilly lace
gOWO worn by Mrs. William So-
title. Her dress followed the new
lit and flare silhouette Mis>
Melinda Joyner's black crepe
sheath gown had a low square
neckline Yellow matelas-se was
worn by Mrs. Maurice Ferre. It
had a modified halter neckline
and followed the Aline silhouette.
Among other guests who had
gathered to meet with Alain Lorn
Social Meet
For Sisterhood
Firsl regular meeting of Temple
loth Raphael Sisterhood will be
icld on Thursday. Sept 21. 8 p.m.,
t the Social Hall. Mrs Hyman
lerger i> president
Special reports, entitled "Love
.odors and Love Reports from Is-
ael" uill be given by members
vho have returned from a tour of
srael and newly occupied Israeli
erritories. Speakers will include
Mrs William Gruber, Mrs. Paul
Kesser and Mrs Hyman Holtnnan
Mrs. Rertha Davidson will host
he social hour.
J7,j ulic Oocirt/ recall
Suzanne Pallet a junior at the
University of Wisconsin, had. an
pxdtlng summer in Miami Beacn.
South America and New York ..
Following a stay with her dad.
E. Albert I'allot. at the Imperial
House, she spent a whirlwind
two weeks In New York, visited
her sister. Roxanne Oahai in
Lima. Peru, then returned to
New York City where she at
tended the wedding of a sorority
sister She's now back at
Madison to continue her studies
in languages and social work
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Mr and Mrs Sim Shapiro. ?S3
We^t 47th St., had a visit recent
|y from Undersecretary of Health
Welfare and Education. Wilbur
1)1
Cohen who was enroute from
Washington. D.C-.^o ^Olivia.
South America, where n? is visit
jng Ins son who is with the
Peace Corps
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Several localities who had spent
MVeral weeks on the 'seriously
ill" lists of hospitals in the area,
now happily at home being pam-
pered by friends and family while
they recuperate ... At 1335
Serolla. Coral Cables. Bernie
Sutta has spouse Kosalynd and
her parents. Mr and Mrs William
Friedman, hovering solicitously
And Annette (Mrs. Hylandi
Rifas bulletin^ get more encourag
ing every day.
Monday Meet for MICA
Ne-Xl meeting of the Miami II
'eostomy and Colostomy Assn.. is
cheduled for Monday at 8 p.m.
n the Dade Federal at 5800 WV
"th Avenue.
Rabbi Robert P. Frazin. direc I'vitics IA11C whose topic will be
a white silk blended fabric with lor. has announced that the annual "Issues ol onsciencc
Registration may be made at
the I Allt office in the Congress
\IM)av Seminar For Fla. UAHC
the empire waistline. 'all meeting and conclave of tru
South Florida Federation of the
Mrs. Juhen Baloghs chiffon Union of American Hebrew Con .
gown was in blend.nl tones of grcgations will take place Sunday. m,,lm,v
orange and gold. Her sleeve was from i0 to 3:15 p.m. at Temple
in the batwing effect which lsraol of creator Miami.
created an interesting draped Institute chauman is Louis F.
silhouette when her arms were Snetman. who stated that among
at her sides. White silk crepe ovcr 100 Reform Jewish leaders
with an illusion bodice was worn from West Palm Beach to South
by Miss Peggy McJunkin. A Da(lc who wo(lld participate in the
. >fV L^W d.C? ^ shap^ alI(,;,>' mlnar will be theapresi- thl. Civic "enter of N M B WE
h;b added interest to the neck- nellt of ;ho 5S,atc Southeast Coun ,70tn s, a,, NE 19th Ave Larr>
line Mrs Louis Glasser s irostv,ci| Jack Coteman of Jacksonville
green raw silk ensemble featured Ho a jeweled mandarin collar on the F|orlda Federation. James M. Al
sheath dress Her matching coat ^.^
was embroidered in a foliage
Club Year Starts
For Sinai Ladies
First meeting of the new club
year for Temple Sinai Sisterhood
is slated for Wednesday. 7:15 pin..
King ol TV Ch. 4 and radio station
WIOD. will be guest speaker.
Mrs David Crowell will preside
wuiii t ,, meeting which will be fol
pattern with silver lined bugle Kcvnote speaker will be Rabbi
Urii It had a modified halter bard, the Philharmonic s director. beads and green crystals, and had Erwin L. Herman of Los Aakelea, low a SOl,al hour Mr* Mau
eckline. a -tand-up collar, and were the Sol Shayes Mrs. ha>e three-quarter length sleeves. national director of regional ae rice Toback is program chairman
chose an ice pink alaskine silk _____________
gown with a matching coat. The
bodice of her gown was of mar-
President of the University of
Miami. Dr. Henry King Stan
ford and his wife vetre among
the guests Mrs Stanford wore a
champagne colored lace gown
quisette and was embroidered
with caviar and bugle beads
around rosettes of the silk fab-
ric Mrs Thomas Wasmuth chose
a printed chiffon gown and
natching sole la sot! muted pas-
tel shades of orabred pink and
green Mrs Gerald Schwartz wore
Rabbi Maxwell Berger Cantor Seymour Hinkes
TEMPLE ZAMORA
THE PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE SYNAGOGUE
44 Zamora Avenue. Coral Gables, Florida
Invites you to attend Sabbath Eve Services Friday
September 1 5 at 8 15 p.m.
AAembership Inquires Invited Religious School
Registration now Reservations For High Holidays
taken now Daily Minyan Morning and Evening
Come and Visit Come and Join.
For Information call 448-7132
OHEV SHALOM CONGREGATION
COME WORSHIP WITH IS .
l.\ OVR NEWLY COMPLETED Sl\(TI IKY
Make Your HVxty;. lions lor Tin*
High HolidavK .. s 1.1.(10
Rrjsistrr Your < liildiin Non In
Our Hebrew School
7055 B0NI1A DRIVE, MIAMI BEACH
1 Block West of Indian Creek Drive And
1 Block South of 71st Street
uii.-ii:i <(;.--:,!: i
PHINEAS R. WEBERMAN. RABBI SAMUEL H FEINER CANTOR SAM ARNOID PRESIDENT
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
Sky Lake Synagogue
ANNOUNCES THE OPENING
OF A DAILY KINDERGARTEN
REGISTRATION IS NOW IN PROGRESS
ALSO FOR OUR HEBREW AND
SUNDAY SCHOOLS
AT 18151 N. E. 19th Avenue, North Miami Beach
CALL: 945-8712
NORMAN LIEBERMAN, Chairman Ed Comm
JONAH E CAPLAN, Rabbi
S950 N. Kendall Drive (S.W. Slth St.)
SOUTH MIAMI. FLORIDA
Cordially Invites Yoi to Join Its Congregational
Family. Religious School. Hebrew School.
Nursery School. Adult Education. Youth Gi p.
Phone MO 6-2536
RABBI HERBERT M. BAUMGARD D.H.I.
MIC HA El KYRR Cantor
______Aflj.ictnt to Cor.il Gablei and Kendall
TEMPLE JUDEA
5500 Granada Boulevard, Carol Gablei
Serving Coral Gables and South Oade
RABBI MORRIS A. KlfPIR
Henl W. Honor. Education Director
Joseph Krefeu. President
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL ADULT EDUCATION
YOUTH GROUP
ftr altiliatioH ond i*torma1ion. ahonr 647-5657
TEMPLE SINAI
North Oade Reform Temple
11801 N.E. 22nd Ae North Miami Beach
RABBI RALPH P KINGSLCV
WORSHIP SERVICES Hebrew and Sunday
School through Contn maton
High Holy Day Se'vices North Miami Beach
Auditorium. 17010 N E 19 Ave

TEMPLE BETH SH0L0M
"The Liberal Congregation on the Beach"
4144 Chase Avenoo, Miami Boach
OR LION KROWStt, .., DAVID CONVISU, CMfor
DAMIEL ERAN2EI Assistant loboi
iNursery School through Confirmation)
Religious School Registration Now m Progress
Call ttta Tompl* Offico JE 7231
fur iii'i.r nut I ..n r.
Fair Sha-e Family Plan
The Beth Sholom
UMPli ISRAEL Of GREATER MIAMI
137 N. E. 19th Street
th nrlnaj ,.ll nl I>,.|. Coant} tor m .u-
Dt. JOSEPH I. NAROT, Ra.b.
JACOB 6. D0RNSTE1N. Cater
Serrkei every frUmy event. at |.|$ o'clock
Mid-week Hebrew Classes: North Miamiat
John F Kennedy Junior High.
South Miami at University of Miami
for Temple Affiliation nd .lo.~. School Infomiet.on
_________ Call 379-1757
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Louis Paul stands behind the cake inscribed "This is your
life Mr. Paul on your 90th Birthday." With him are Dr. Irv-
Lehrman, and left to right, the celebrant's daughters
Mrs. Anne Marcus Goll and Mrs. Nettie Stone.
Happy Birthday To Louis Paul, 90
Program To Train
Jewish Secondary
School Teachers
NEW YORK (JTAi Yeshiva
University announced this week
it luifi started the first educational
program specifically designed to
prepare students for teaching at
the Jewish high school level. The
program, leading to a masters
degree, has been developed by the
religions education department at
Yeshiva University's Pekauf gra-
duate school of humanities and
social sciences.
Dr Alvin .1 Schiff. department
chairman, said that the raoid
growth of Jewish elementary day
schools in the past 20 years had
substantially increased trie numher
of students entering Jewish dav
high schools, which now total 60
in I he United States and Canada,
compared with six in 1945. Dr.
Schiff said that despite this growth]
none of the nation's Hebrew teach
ers colleges or universities had de-
veloped programs for teaching in
Jewish high schools.
ttll Chapter Launches 1967-68
North Dade Chapter of B'nai Federal, 699 NE ltiT St., at K 15
B'rith Women will hold its first pm.
meeting of the 1967-68 dub year ''"'-/"" 'eatur<, will be "Va-
rieiv ionium Everybody a in
op Tuesday at ihe. Washington 'he Act."
A surprise breakfast on Sunday
morning at Wolfte's Lincoln Rd.
Restaurant honored Louis Paul
marking his 90th Mrthdaj
Miami Beachite Mr Paul, who
came here from Detroit in 1054.
has two daughters, two sons five
A irlines Increase
Sen ice To Israel
JERUSALEM (.ITAi Lufthansa,
the West German airline, and other
foreign airlines have requested
permission to use the Jerusalem
airport at Kalandia as a terminus
for international flights. Govern-
ment agencies are now studying
the applications The airport, which
came into Israeli hands in the
Six-Day War. is currently being
used only for domestic flights link
ma Jerusalem with Tel Aviv and
he
The h ("verse .- Airw aj -
( "orpo ation II resume use >>t
Lydda I between
l.om \.|
I Ma;
Ian. in the
overfli ;ht i
' !
p B () A C
..- reinstated the two
earn that til I has
added another using Lydda With
the two flights which were not
nterrupted, the British airline will
now have five flights weekly us
ing Lydda Airport
grandchildren and nine great
grandchildren. Four generations
were represented at the festivities.
A member of Temple F.manu-El
since comine. here. Paul was pre-
sented with a gold key to the
doors ol (he temple by Dr Irving
Lehrman on behalf of the daily
minyon group in which he is ac
live. The temple's Cantor Zvi Adl-
er and Nathan Hose serenaded
Paul in sonjj and prayer
Other tiift- to Paul included a
life membership In the Men's Club
at 100 Lincoln Rd., presented by
presidents Nat Friedman and Mrs
Fay Hoffman, and a life member-
ship in the Miami Beach B'nai
B'rith Lodge, presented by Sam
Pascoe, president.
other group representatives oi
feting felicitations on the momen-
tous occasion were Mrs. F.thel
Cohen, president of The loo Lin
ruin Kd. Professional Club, and
Sam Goldstein, of the minyon
group
Fashion in flowers Presented
-hum in Fl.....rs" will be
nted to mi h
ray S n A Jew
\'. ai \ '
eti I Elton l" l<
on T evei
[Vmple Zan oi .i Chairman ol the
tueetin ..... Mrs
in is president.
Social (Hub
Dinner Dance
An evening of dining and danc-
'"- '- The way the Lancelot [fall
Social Club marked Labor Day
1 967
Club vice president, Herman .1
Nudelnian. was in charge of the
evening's arrangements, assisted
b) committee members Lou Auer-
Kick. Al Cohen, Jerry Danziger,
Max Fichman. II.il Gervitz, Horace
Dc Wolfe. Max Levinson. .I -'ol win ii/ Lou Weber. Harry
Tuchman and Charles Robbins.
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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
ROSH HASHONAH OCT. 5th & 6th
YOM KIPPUR OCT. 13th & 14th
RALPH CARMI, RABBI
ALBERT GLANTZ, CANTOR
Registration open for Hebrew and Sunday School
Bar and Bas Mirzvah and Pre-Confirmah'on Classes
PROUDLY ANNOUNCE THAT TEMPLE MEMBERSHIP
INCLUDES HIGH HOLY DAY TICKETS AND HEBREW
AND SUNDAY SCHOOL TUITION.
PL 1-6791-PL 7-1831
The Minyonaires Synagogue
3735 BIRD ROAD. MIAMI, FIA.
Proudly announces that
CANTOR LOUIS COHEN
Wilt CONDUCT SERVICES
FOR THE HIGH HOLY DAYS
"A Modern Traditional Service"
Seats Now Available
M0DEP.A1EU PRICED
CALL:
446 2181 or 446-7471
MAX W. Tf MCHfN, President
ISAD0K KESSIEP, Iff. Chairman
BETH JACOB
SYNAGOGUE
"THE PIONEER SYNAGOGUE ON MIAMI BEACH''
In response to the urgings and requests of many
worshipers and friends
proudly announces
ADDITIONAL HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
To be held m the air-condit;oned Hibiscus Masonic Auditon mi
Alton Rd and 10th St., Miami Beach.
The services will be conduced, and the sermons preached
our distinguished spiritual leader, Dr. Shmaryal
: Mr, Louis Schwartzman, educator and pn
rhe turgy fed by 1

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S'nce this is a distinct spiritua to I
its are moderati
Hil Hall each
I 0-1.
For further information call 53 1-6150
CONGREGATION
Anshc Emes i
2535 SW 19th AVE.
Wishes to Announce the
1111,11 HOLIDAYS
will be celebrated this year J
in our Air-Conditioned,
Lovely Synagogue
TICKETS $10 Per Person j
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CANTOR SOL PAK0WITZ }
| officiating
assisted by
REV. JACOB KIAS1
Sermon by
IRVING SPERLING
Call 444-8562 8 a.m. to
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THE UNITED SYNAGOGUE OF AMERICA
SOI Til I I.OH 11H COllVCIL
2355 SALZEDO STREET, CORAL GABLES, FIA.
RABBI ALLEN RUTCHIK, Director PHONE 446-6453 MR. SEYMOUR MANN, President
EXTENDS TO ALL OF ITS FRIFNDS A MOST HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR AND INVITES YOU TO AFHLIATE WITH,
AND TO WORSHIP IN, ONE OF ITS CONSERVATIVE SYNAGOGUES IN THE GREATER MIAMI AREA
17th, 7 p.m. to 9 p.r
BETH TORAH CONGREGATION
10S1 NMB Blvd., No. Miami Beach Wl 7 7528
Oft MAX A UPSCMITI CANTOR JACOB J RENZER
MR JOStPH GOLDEN. P.evde
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
2625 S.W. 3rd Ave., Miami FR I 1882 FR 1 1795 6
RABBI SOI IANDAU CANTOR WM M LIPSON
MR ALBERT J BEER President
TEMPI F SINAI JEWISH COMMUNITY
icmr-Lc DirNMi CENTER 0f Hollywood
1201 Johnson St., Hollywood WA 3-1577
RABBI DAVID SHAPIRO CANTOR YEHUDAH HEIIBRAUN
MR JACOB MOGILOWITZ Pre'.
TEMPLE BETH SHALOM
1725 Monroo St.. Hollywood 949 0501
RABBI MORTON MAIAVSKY CANTOR PHILIP IUTMAN
MR MI1IONM KUER, Preticwnt
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
13430 W. Dixie Highwpy, No. Miami 751 7571
RABBI DAVIO ROSENFELD CANTOR BEN ZION KIRSCHENBAUM
MR le ROY BOROFSKY President
TEMPLE ZAMORA
44 Zamora Avenue, Coral Gables HI 8-7132
RABBI MAXWELL BERGER CANTOR SEYMOUR HINKES
VR STANLEY SILVERN P-es>il<-iit
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1701 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach JE 8-2503
DR IRVING LEHRMAN CANTOR ZVI ADLER
MR MAX BODERMAN, President
TEMPLE MENORAH
Dickens Ave. ot 75th St., Miami Beach, UN 6-0221
RABBI MAYER A6RAMOWITZ CANTOR NICO FELDMAN
MR LEONARD ROSEN P.es.dent
CONGREGATION B'nai RAPHAEL
1401 N.W. 183rd St., Miami 624-2621
RABBI CHARLES M RUBE I CANTOR JACK LERNER
MR EDWARD GOlDBERB Pr.-s.deni
TEMPLE OR OLOM
1755 S W 16th St Miami 711-9131
RABBI RALPH GLIXMAN CANTOR BENJAMIN BEN ARI
MR RALPH PISTEL, President
TEMPLE ZION
8000 Miller Road, Miami
RABBI ALFRED WAXMAN
DR BERNARD LIERERMAN
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fLOBlHCt
J-ri.mce~ ^L^cfimon
We
the
Women
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
No one ever ha> !o say Who u this?" when Florence
Bl m cal!> on the telephone. She ha- ;in
e, with an undercurrent of merriment that
lit'i laughter so infectious, even when she laui.'1
-If.
.-he was born in New York
brought up in the Flatbu.sh section
of Brooklyn. A n liar tomboy
and her twin brother Herman were
in every fight on the block. But
past as it alv i
and Florence studied to be a teach-
\ iron;
in Col!- .1 B \
worked for an
le In Ni Y k
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in a
en and had to be up a1
corning t- feed the
:.d in three weeks they
married. Fifteen years >- i
Sidne> retired an I 'hey movi I i
Miami B< But Sidne; continues to be busy and doesn't
nil retin mi i I incumbent on his wife.
Florence decided as all the women do who come to
Florida I \olved in community affairs But then
ame the Shore Unit of the Papanicalaou Cancer
learch Unit of Miami She came up through the ranks
to be President It i a big job and takes a lot of time,
volunteer jobs always do.
Florence has some definite ideas on organized charity
F : -t she doesn't think that people should be thanked for
.hi; She feels that organized charity where money is
thrown away in salaries is unnecessary. It bothers her that
all of the monies don't go to the charity itself. She has
written letters and has tried to get someone to talk to her
about this but has had futile results.
These are not the sentiments of your columnist
Swimming, golf and cards fill in the time not devoted
to her job of president Then too. her mother Mrs. Edward
Gros- lives nearby. Florence spends a lot of time with her
mother who loves to go shopping and have fun. Mrs. Gross
! to be active in community work but now she leaves
that to the younger generation.
The Blums play bridge together. Sidney is much the
tier player, admit- Florence They like to travel and have
-n to Europe several time' but Florence still has a -oft
place for the Canadian Rockies.
She can hardly wait until next year to go back to Israel
and take Sidney. She just came back from the latest Bond
: to Israel, this time alone She still can't get over what
C saw and experienced in Israel. A fabulous people the
Israelis don t di to taki credit for what they have dene.
Fli it their business as if things were
mal Sh that in the conquered territory there
Than tourists They wanted to
the sacred ; fhich they had been barred for so
many yean In the e -h-- was delighted to see so
n> <.f the younger Jews While not a religious person.
I Creed Ol her own. She says her life is like
1, normal, and -he enjoys it to the fullest
The Blums like to entertain their friends informal]}
irei her rec pel I without leaving any in.
our Tir reeipe for pecan marangue choclate pie has
the row
in this is different. When she wakes
in th<- morning she know- that it is going to DC a
.' w ill be fine. If h aven
: : doesn't turn out quite like that then the n< si
even, moi lid,
"li's Wvddintj Timer
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Marsha Goldberg
PI a n n in g Nu pt mis
The engagement of Miss Marsha
Lea Goldberg, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs David A. Goldberg, to Mark
J. Pressburger. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Selly Pressburger of Teaneck, .
X. J has been announced by the
parents of the prospective bride
The bride-elect, a graduate of
Coral Gables Senior High, receiv-
ed a bachelor's degree, cum laude.
from the In varsity of Miami
School of Education. She is now
fourth grade teacher at Coral
Gables Elementary School
The future I ri legroom graduat-
" l from Teaneck High School in
Teaneck. He is now attending
Fairleigh Dickinson University, and
- associated with his father in
busii
Roslvn Kavenoff
To Be Dee. Bride
Mr. and Mi Raven-
171 n iunce the
their d
Car >1 k Sheldon
T'' l Mr- Irvin:
S\\ 10 T. r
" from
High, and f'om
B S
in V.:-.: t -la-'
and
t at Uni-
ami.
Mr R< ich graduated from South
from the l'i.
-it> la with a B A. in p-y
Hi i- working for the
State as a social worker and sen
in the Army Reserve
The couple will be married at the
Miami Lakes Country Clu1). Dec.
24
MISS MARSHA GOLDBERG
I
M'SS *0SIYN KAVfNOFf
'Aimee McPinsley* On Luncheon Dote
Temple Judea Sisterhood's open- Sisterhood president. The occasion
ing luncheon of the 1967-68 season
will feature a Jaffer Pinsley pro-
duction of "Aimee Sophie McPin
sley" on Wednesday, at 11 a.m. in
the temple social hall.
Final plans also will be mapped
for Sisterhood Sabbath, scheduled
for Sept. 22 during regular Friday
night services at Temple Judea.
according to Mrs Richard Harwich,
will be part of the temple's 20th
anniversary celebration.
Mr- Charles Sokol is member
-hip chairman, anil Mrs. Leon
Henry, mi mbership vice president
Mrs. Harold Jaffer and Mrs.
William Pinsley have created a
special playlet for the program
which will introduce Sisterhood and
a- leaders to new and prospective
member- ol 'he women's auxiliary
4 the temple
Welsbaum-Ashmen
New Mr. and Mrv Geoffrey Stu-
art Weisbaum will live at L535
NW 5th Ave in Gainesville where
they will both attend the gradu
school of the University of Florida
flail Patricia, daughter of Mr
and Mrs Jerome Ashman. 112 NE
122nd St., exchanged vow. with
the son of Mr. and Mrs George J
Weisbaum, 435 NE 187th Ti
on Sundaj Sept 10. at the I)
Beach Hotel A reception and din-
ner at the hot-1 follow.-! Hio
evening ceremony officiated by
Rabbi Eugene Labovitt, The
- t-nt their honeymoon in
Jamaica
For the nuptials, the bri I
id .in nor;. iX'.'.n de sole go n in
the A line silhouette with
i"! rnpiie bod i of remembi
ed Alencon lace The grids!
'Hint was a cascade of white or
h a:
Honor atti i ti were
Pakal Mrs I
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. the newlyweds will live at
1315 2nd Vvi Ni Deni ia I wa.
Daughter ol Mr an I Mrs Bert
loseph'on, 6255 S\* 132nd the
i ati of ; >lmetto
H School
Her bridegreot also I gradu-
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ot the Air F in !. sen ind is
now attending M Iwestern ol
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LiJcdding J_Jells rdinof J-or J hcsc prides
Jacobsonfrost
Nrwtyweda Hr. and Mrs. Jed
nco--on hive returned from a
no to Jamaica and arc living in
Miami
The former Marsha I.ynn Frost
I Pr .lacobson exchanged mari-
tal vows < "i Saturday. Aug 5, in
wo '. N.J.
Hi" r-ride i< the daughter of Mr
Mrs .1 irk Kro-t Jr. <>f Rid
A i.rid\iate of Ridgewoo I
and Duke Un versiti she
. a lember rf Kap;>a Delta Soro-
^Iv was presented at Vallej
tal i illion in 1964
Son of Mr. and Hn Jaeol son
000 v.e-t ** the bridegr i >m
(tended Johns Hopkins UniverIU
adualc of Emory Uni-
r \ Medical Scho-'l
i cobson has just returned
. c utenanl conrn in I
trait win he -i i ed .i-
n i n pedi itrirs on In?
MILPH \1'
li i. now i
rician Jacks in Memoi :.il
i membei ship in Phi
. i : ------. \' i>, Ita
i hi noi arj !'-i Hi.
no ran
enl f Phi D
frati m l\
Gons-Abess
Marcella Ung&r Abess and Char-
l Edward 'r.ms exchanged wed-
d'ng vows on Sunday, Sept. 10. at
home nf the bride's parents,
Vfr and Mrs Leonard I.erov Abess
S101 N Km Road
A family reception followed the
4 p.m. ceremony which was eon-
dueted bj Dr Joseph Narot and
'>; Irving i.i hrmvi
G'ven in marriage bv her father,
Ihe I' i was attended by her sis-
li Ellis \ grad-
1 c of E\er i.i hool for girls
i< v. ".; ', ns ,'.....ed Pine M anor
.Inn or I 'ge in VVellesley. Mass .
and i I ersity of Miami.
S :i of Mr. and M rs Sidn j I tans,
6475 Pine Tree !)r Circle, the
brid i attend M ia mi Beach
oi H i and the L'nivei sity of
Fli rida ten is rail Ep
n Pi John Shai i i sen ed a-
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MRS. IAWRINCI BINCS

MRS. P. IAMLS LINDMAH
lopntin-Stern
Hotel as
s nday, Sept 10, for
i o! Jo-Anne Stern
Rabbi M ix i .
ited al Ihe
ii hich was follow I b>
it the !> auvtlle.
D : of Mr. an I M i \r-
St xn, 731 NF. ISlat SI the
idi ite <' North Mi i ni
igh and is now .; -
the Universit) or Flori la
i l ride room i the in of
Mr and Mrs. Harold I. Dat'n,
. learwater, Fla A graduate of
Hearwater High, he is ;i senior
at the University of Florida and a
member of Phi Epsilon Pi Fra
.i rnity.
On Ihi r return from a honey-
In Nassau, the new Ij we Is
ivill live in Gainsvillc.
For the wedding, the bride wore
an original Bianchi candlelighl
|< d Alencon lace emnlre semi
-heath with neau panel, short
. and a flowing illusion tram.
\ beaded peau headpiece held a
triple tier of French illusion and
rt kid gloves completed tin-
is included Phyllis
\\ .i r Kahn
MRS. GODfRtY WIISBAUM
K.: -ihin.,n. maid ol honor, Barbara
S i rn, Patricia Wayman, Susan
Stone and Lois Rossman, brides-
maids, Heddi Lopatin. flower girl
Best man was Jel'tery Alan Laps
tain, and among groomsmen were
Leslie Brown, Jay Levan, Martin
1 awson. Michael Kartt, Dennis
S! n Calud Dunlap, Paul Prank
iel Stern
u :ner K
MRS. ALLAN RUHR
Jit.
Peffer-Becle
A h'gh i eddii ~ or S ndaj.
"sept 10. united th< iren
d Ulan Pell r in a 11
monv n ndui li >l I Rs Max
at Beth I i lere a
reccpt nui
Daughti f Mi nd Mrs. Albert
' F. 170th Ti new
r .is atti n b> Janet
Krutchik, Sandra Shol lar ai I Shel
j I abaton.
\ graduate of Miami Norland
,: Ihe bride attended
Dade Junior College
The bridegroom, a pharmacist.
is t!u- son nf Mr iuid Mrs Paul
Peller ol Great Neck, 1.1.. NY.
Marshall Peller served as his besl
man. and ushers included Edward
Beale, Salo Finvarb, Richard Fin-
\.irl> and Peter Blitstein.
On their return from a wedding
trip to Nassau, the couple will
live in Gainesville where Peller
attends the University of Florida.
His fraternity is Aloha Epsilon Pi.
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Friday, September 15,

SHOPPING AROUND
S*nki Coff
When friends and family gather
in a Jewish home, a 'L' Chayim"
is traditionally in order. A toast
to health and prosperty or with
the approaching holiday season, a
toast to the New Year always
adds flavor when a congenial
group of people meet. The one
drink that add* particular flavor
to a "L'Chayim" is Sanka Coffee
Sanka. as you may know, i- the
97 percent Caffein free coffee. It
tastes as good as or better than
your usual coffee, and it lends
flavor to a toast because it's full
of 100 percent real coffee flavor.
Only the caffein has been re-
moved, and caffe'n adds no flavor
to anv cup of coffee So what you
have is complete coffee enjoyment
for any occasion.
After a heartv dinner or any-
time you feel like having a delici-
ous cup of coffee, drink Kosher
and Parve Sanka Coffee, instant or
regular and enjoy it in good
health
Snorjm's V.O.
A- Rosh Hashona rapidly ap-
proaches, homemakers everywhere
arc turning thouehis to the iovful
preparation known as "getting;
ready for the holidavs Manv
hours of nlann>n<3 and working he
ahead before all is ready for the
hosts of friends and family who
will be visiting.
There isn't a more satisfying
way to wish a friend holiday cheer
than with a raised glass contain-
ing Seagram's V.O. imported (ana
dian Whisky at its finest. Seagram's
V.O i~ known by the company it
keeps," and it certainly keeps the
company coming back for more.
Seagram's V.O. is continually
winning new friends with its un-
usual clarity. It is considered tops
In experts the world over.
Serve Seagram's V.O. to your
guerts during the New Year season
and during the rest of the year, as
well You'll be serving the finest.
Tetley Tea
Year after year. Tetley Tea has
been the traditional favorite in
Jewish homes. Those who ree.ul.irly
enjoy 'he full, wonderful tiny tea
leaf flavor" of Tetley are never
surprised to find that it heads the
l'st among families everywhere
These who have yet to savor the
special goodness of Tetley Tea.
have a fine treat in store for them.
With the approach of the New
Year Holidays, and all the enter-
taining that the new season brin'js.
whv not add Tetley Tea to your
^hopning list? Then you'll he sure
that vou are serving your friends
and family the best.
Tetley is available in tea bass.
instant, or in the new Tetley Big
Ba^s. Tea bag or instant, served in
a cup or a gla-s. you'll never find
i more enjoyable tea than Tetley.
No matter the huur. it's always
time tor Tetley.
Planters Oil
One product you can reach for
with confidence is Planters Peanut
Oil. and with the Rosh Hashona
holiday at hand, smart Jewish
housewives will be reaching for it
again and again.
Houscw ives reach for Planters
Peanut Oil when they arc making
salads because Planters is light
and tasty, and it mixes well with
all other ingredients. Good cooks
reach for Planters when baking.
Whether they have a new cookie
recipe or Mama's favorite old re-
cipe for homemade bread, and
naturally smart gals reach for
Planters Peanut Oil for all their
frying. Frying with Planters Oil
gives you the crispiest fried foods
you ever tasted.
Planters Oil is the premium
quality polyunsaturate. and labora-
tory testa have shown Planters is
so light that it floats on other oils.
Look for Planters, the 100 percent
vegetable nil. in the new handv-
rin bottle Planters Oil is certified
Kosher and Parve for all your
cook'tv" needs
Philadelphia Cream Cheese
The name of K"1 stands for
go "I food and food ideas and one
product that has no trouMe \'<\\wi
ur> to this premise is Philadelphia
Brand Cream Cheese Th's taste
rc.it is delicious on its own and j
ilso lend* itself to a variety of
serving ideas
This year Rosh Hashona comes
before a weekend, and the entire
family will be home with their
holiday appetites. What better
way to start the holiday than with
a hearty combination like cream
cheese and lox on a fresh bagel.
For lunches let the kids and Dad
make their own favorite sandwich,
starting with Philadelphia Cream
Cheese of course. It's great with
icily or r.lives or tomato slices or
anv one of a do?en food delights
For dinner Mother can use
cream ehee-e in a variety of cana
or for a special occasion,
such as Rosh Hashona, she
make a rub creamy cheese cake
For thew and other redoes
in the back of the Phils k l|
......package Naturallv,
\ ou should li.....
first and make
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it's fi >m Krafl
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kosher under the Strict supervision
of the Union of Orthodov Jewish
Congregations of America, and is
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area in all convenient sizes.
Made from pure, sweet milk with
only the fat and water removed,
Alba offers a delicious, country-
fresh taste and has all the calcium,
phosphorous and Vitamins Bl and
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'AMI BIACH
ISRAEL FIGHTS ARAB
POLIO OUTBREAK
JERUSALEM (JTA)
Israeli health authorities
have launched an anti-polio
campaign among the inhabi-
tants of the Gaza Strip fol
lowing the discovery of a
number of polio cases among
children in the area. The
health drive was taken partly
as a precautionary measure
in view of the fact that (Jaza
Strip residents are now free
to travel across Israel to the
west bank.
New York Rabbi At
MB Young Israel
Rabbi A. Ben-liillel has come
from New York to serve js spiri.
tual leader of Young Is lel <,\
Miami Beach.
He has already assumed us pin
and will officiate during the con
Ing High Holy Days as hoi r
and cantor.
i Prior to coming to Miami Beach,
Rabbi Ben Hillel occupied |
nit at the Judean Temple in tin-
Bronx He had also served a. rabl i
and Talmud Torah principal ol
Congregation Moriah. and .s lee
hirer at Sehlffl Center New
York City.
Rabbi Bcn-Hillel i> affiliated here
with the Hebrew Academy, ind is
a frequent cuiili ibulor to the He-
brew language publications Hadoar
and Ha panics.
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* An/$f fhn idfi'aur
ioge :: B
;
. <^tbout f^coplc and f^Liccs .
ONE FULL MOON, ONE HALF MOON
\cil ;irul Barbara SclnH had two parties on
lu separate Saturday nights. They Were identi
,. except for the moon and even Neil couldn't
; the moon stay round and bitf for both
ts though the weather vias perfect The
:-,. ifs chartered a 68-foot sailboat, the Pinoc
chiO. and set Mil from Dinner Ke\ Marina to
tlu Crandon Park concert. Dinner nraa served
rd slup and it was a delightful evening for
music lovers aa well as those who weren't music
lovers. All kinds of fun things happened, especial-
I) ihen Barbara (Mrs. Marvin) Wcinkle pulled
thi wrong, chain and came on deck soaked from
ti] to toe! Among those on board during the
el were Kd and Pat Strawfate. Irwin and
itra Rubin, Dick and Edna Backer. Alan and
I.<- a Marcus, Seymour and Mildred Weiss. Buddy
Jackie Kott. Kli and Lisa Tinoner. Kenneth
II lleleno Treister. Dick and Rosemary Fur
m. -.. Bob and .laekie Trawig, Dan and Gloria
:tt. Harold and June Brown. .lames and Pat
D, ,n. Bernard and Gerta lanis. Dr. and Mrs
Richard E. Deutch and Morris and Tema Burk.
THEY MET DANCING
Ml last winter Alice Pineus went dancing
Irving A Begun. For her vacation she went
up North and there she and Irving spent a hectic
ee days Of B wonderful New York planned en-
It rtainment by Irving. Then Alice's nephew Irv
I ens (the Philadelphia lawyer) and his wife
H ky had i wedding brunch at their home In
1' :i Valley, Pa Alice went away Alice Pineus
She came back to Miami Beach. Mrs. Irvine
A Begun ami they go dancing most every nijht
t
FIESTA AT THE ADLERS
Marilyn and Charles Adler have a gorgeous
Spi nish home that they designed and built them
serves on Keystone Point So of course that in
spired the theme for the housewarminu of the
new home Spanish music played outside as the
Dojum and Master of the house met their guests
ir correct Spanish attire Bed. black and white
were the colors A pinata without which no fiesta
i> complete was suspended 26 feet up ithe fire
irtment had to hang it" At the end of the
evening the cord was pulled and the ballons and
fetti came drifting down on the last departing
rueetS 11 was a tun evening with a few splashes
ir -Jie pool for good measure ss the evening wore
or Spanish food including the hors I'oeuvres and
late dinner was the most Some of the guests
ic in costumes. Rboda Kingale) and John
Bisgi wen- Spanish monks Jonl Tate with a
ruse in her hair and her husband Stanley and
I >il and Benjamin Koven were dressed alike
as Spanish |>ea-ants. Dr and Mrs Erwin Rose
Mr and Mrs Arthur Jurkowit/ and Mr and
Mrs Harold Dorfman came as .1 team of four.
el, an omelet, a bottle of tequila and .111 olive.
Belle Jurkowit/ was the olive other guests In-
cluded <'arl and Kdith I.undy. and Manny and
Ca ol>n Luck.

WHAT A WEEK
The week that was' The week before Linda
\V< nkle. daughter of Mr add Mrs Jerome 11
nkle and William Allan Shenk were married
la- Saturday at the Doral Country Club was a
week of parties to end all parties Mrs. David
l/neman and Mrs Morton Varet entertained
I -da with a linen shower luncheon in the 7(H)
C :b in the David Williams It is an intimate
room with tables for four with lots of candles
and flowers. Champagne punch first. Both grand
mothers were there. Mrs Jennie Schwartz and
Mis. Sol Weinkle Linda's sister who was married
fo.ir years ago was the matron of honor Carolyn's
name is now Mrs Merril Lamb Other guests in
eluded Mrs Marshall Kline. Mrs Allan Keasler,
Mrs. Melvin Weinkle. Mrs Sam Silver and Mrs
Sidney Aronnvitz. Next came a lingerie shower
I heon in the Louie Philipe Boom of the Eden
1 given by Mrs Maury Cohen. The groom and
his parents. Mr. and Mrs Sol A. Shenk were met
at the airport by Linda's father and got to the
hotel to have ;i drink with everyone before lunch.
It was that fancy vodka drink with bananas All
of the Weinkle clan, not on vacation were there
Other guests included Mrs Rose Garek. Mrs
my Feller. Mrs Bertha Treisenger, Mrs.
Jenny Cordon, and Mrs Harry Hoffman. Mrs
Frank Rose, Mrs Meyer Schwartz and Jennifer
Hynn The floral arrangements were exquisite
pinks, reds and whites, the flowers being the
skirts of .. whole lV) of bridesmaids Nexl came
a kitchen shower at Kings Bay Yacht Club given
by Mrs. Allan Kessler, then dinner an 1 dancing
at the Algiers Hotel for the out-of-towners given
by Mi and Mrs. Mel Alpert Mrs Alpeit Is the
former Frniee Weinkle Another dinner at King
Arthurs Court was given by Mrs. Sol Wcinkle
and a dinner for family and out of towners
given bj Mrs B. H Kline. Mrs Marshall Kline.
Mrs Jennie Schwartz and Mrs. Howard Schwartz
was at the David Williams. Then the Rehearsal
dinner given by the groom's parents at the Doral
( ountry Club. Tin re were enough luncheons,
dinners, parties, teas and what not crowded into
that week to last the bride and groom, their
friends and families for the next five years Oh
the wedding was wonderful.
FUN FOR ALL AT WESTVIEW COUNTRY CLUB
Labor Day brought out the Punch and Judy
Shew and games and races for the children and
a different kind of golf tournament for the adults
at Westview. (>n every other hole there were
prizes it vvas an informal day of fun. Among
those- families with children were the Richard
S Wolfsnns. the Richard Millers, the Mark
Mathews and their twin sons, the Stanley Tatea
and Dr. and Mrs (ail Baumann and all of their
children evcept las weeks baby. Other people
seen wen- Mr and Mrs Sam dray. Mr. and Mrs
James Cohen, Mr and Mrs. Myron Boraks and
Mr and Mrs David P Catsman
LOOKING GREAT
Jessie (Mrs Samuel) Gertman and daughter
Susy were in town for a week staying at Mrs
Frieda Lustgartens home. They came especially
for the wedding of Dr and Mrs Reuben Roch-
kinds daughter.
CONGRATULATIONS FROM ALL OF US
Congratulations are winging their wav to
Hot Timber Hill Road, Highland Park Esther
and Sidney Schwartz are visiting with their
daughter and her family, Meta and Ronald Berg-
cr. The Bergers and son David Schwartz, had a
lovely 'Come and drink-a-toast" part} at the
Bergers home It was in honor of F.sther and
Sidney's 35th anniversary While Esther was
gone the publicit> came out that told that she
will he campaign chairman of the Women's
Division tor the UHiH Combined Jewish A.
Therefore she missed all of the calls that say,
What a big fob. Oh that's a lot of work Will
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A LOVELY WEDDING
Moises Hot hart and Sylvia Fctcrman knew
each other when thev lived in Cuba. Bui lliev
go) to know each other better when they both
came to Miami Beach. All of their Cuban re-
latives came from far and near to attend their
wedding at Beth Israel. Moises is the son of
Adolpho and Dina Rotbart. There couldn't have
been more pictures taken even at a movie star's
wedding That was to make sure Moise-'s father
who is still in Cuba could sec the whole wedd'ng
Dina was m blue while the bride's mother Mrs.
Regina Fetorman was in pink The bride's blonde
beauty and lovely while bridal gown and veil
was enhanced by her six bridesmaids all in pink
and all cousins of Moises Mrs. Sol Pumliek was
matron of honor and her two cuties Brenda
and Roxzana scattered rose petals when thev
weren't too busy looking around. Regina Hupnert
w is maid of honor Abe Rotbart who is at medical
school in Konsas City, came in to he the best
man for his brother Aron Yuken cul the chalah to
start the delicious luncheon which was catered
by Mr and Mrs Sol Weiss of Sand-KIl Caterers
It was a feast Among the auestl were mii-l of
the engineers from the. Florida Power and Light
Comoanv with which Moises is connected. Other
guest., included Mr and Mrs. Abe F.ienbaum. Mr.
and Mrs Oscar Minsky. Mr. and Mrs. Manuel
Sidensky, Mrs Rosa Kanoaoort and her hurfcand
and Abe and Jules Kclpach and their families. Mr.
and Mrs Thomas Chiidnow. Mr. and Mrs. Irving
Begun, Mr and Mrs N Freedman After cutting
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honeymoon trip to Puerto Rice
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Dide County Chapter of National Proeram will feature a playlet
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Frid Tf. Sepl w !c'
Arabs Boycott Schools
In V Bunk Area


he 1
was ittribntec
iall> this w < ek al l ie ai

the pehool term, I il i n nment-
opei ated s< li .> Is in .m>t ol
wV si Bank Arab centers w
ed by a boycott by teachers
pupils
\
rea h I n r -tun
from :m< where the> had
led during the Six Day War
t
Mark Tnob
Richard Golden
Karol So.'
Nofh.-n C.
The pf">lk schools in East .leru
salem, are governed by Israeli law
which requires that all children
of the elementary level must at-
J3
JMitzvab
areas of the west hank. Is
raeli authorities expressed the be
Richard Golden
Richard Alan, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Golden. 840 NE 172
Ter.. will become Bar Mitzvah at
Beth Torah Congregation on Satur
closure of the UNRWA
Nablus, Jenin and Tulkarm.
larger Arab towns
A noisy demonstration by youna
-i. i- at the UNRWA school in
Tulkarm failed to compel the
UNRWA authorises to close the tend school Th.s does not apply to
school. Extremist notionalist Arabs c
have been waging a lief that thc teachors- boyco may
schools in ea! Within the next few days, and day morning. September 16.
tne that most of the closed Arab Mr Golden is president of the
schools will resume classes. Beth Torah Congregation.
The Israel Armv authorities Arabs in the Israeli held west Richard is an eighth grade stu
have decided not to force the bank sector are generally divided dent at John F Kennedy Junior
, m cl.hu in ooen and on ,he future of the region, some High, and will be entering his fifth
,%TSi,etrestr?kinT"eaS- favoring the status quo and others year of Hebrew Study at Beth
OnU- those euiltv of usin* an arrangement for the establish- Torah. Harold Wolk Religious
threats will be subject to orosecu": ment of an autonomous Pales- Schoo
Son. Arab parents, in view of the timan entity.
authorities, will, sooner or later. Tnis development emerged when
the teachers to return to a group 0f Arab notables in Bethle-
hem petitioned the Israeli military
governor to incorporate the city
and integrate it with Israel.
16.
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, Sept
at Temple Emanu-EI
Mark is an eighth grade student
at Ida M. Fisher Junior High He
has won many awaids including
the American Legion Award for
academics, sports and citizenship,
and the Dairy Council Award for
"outstanding activities and leader-
ship to his school and community."
He is active in all sports.
The celebrant will be honored at
a Kiddush in Sirkin Hall follow
ng the service, and a reception
interests include the and djnner a, ,he Aiglcrs Hotel on
NE 126th SI will be B u
it Temple Ner Tamid.
Rand) is a student at \
Miami Junior High, and Temple
Ner Tamid Religious School. He >
a sporti enthusiast and consider]
jowling hi-, favorite sport,
i1 ii plays the guitar.
A Kiddush will follow the se
vices
Mr and Mrs M. Gluk
paternal grandparents, and \
and Mrs H Simons, mate:
grandparents, are coming in
Canada for the Bar Mitzvah
A reception in Randy's h
will be held in the evening a' th.-
Eden Roc Hotel.
press
the classrooms.
Israeli police earlier in the
week arrested Hosni Ashab, the
former Jordanian Inspector of
Education for the Jerusalem area,
and his deputy. Achmed Abdjl
Latif, charging them with trying
to prevent the opening of East
Jerusalem schools and urging
non-cooperation with Israeli
authorities.
The schools which did open on
schedule, located mostly in the
southern part of the west bank, re
One Arab leader. Azis Shehada.
Boy Scouts, the orchestra at JFK Safurdav evenlrig
where he plays the violin, and
serving as executive vice presi-
dent of the Bnai Galil of the
United Synagogue Youth Group.
Following services, a luncheon
will be held at Beth Torah in
Richard's honor. Mrs. Frieda
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gottila.
Mark's grandparents, will attend
the event.
acting president of the west bank Ros,.ntnai maternal grandmother.
Hieh Court ,>f Appeals, said Arab of Miamj wyj attend.
leaders would have to do some
hard thinking on working out a
solution of the problem "which
will ultimately require negotia-
tions with Israel and' the Arab
state--." But even if peace is es
tablished. he noted, ''we remain
nart of the' Arab world." adding
'he was voicinc the sentiment
Nathan Gutholx
Nathan, son of Mr. and Mrs
Izak Cutholz. will become Bar
Mitzvah at the Israelite Center on
Saturday morning. Sept 16.
Nathan is a student at the Is-
raelite enter Religious School.
^SI^SSaS!^ Ii'mxK p'ercen,""of thewes, bank d is in the eighth grade ,
o\ r the last scnnoi >.j' < .... ., _*,_, u andoah Junior High, where he
teachen throughout the northern residents. However, the Bethlehem
part of the west hank, however, petition would seem to indicate no
refuted to resume then classroom ^ linanimjt>
taties because of a crisis of con
nce.
A spokesman for the teacher-:
reportedly told Brig Uli Narkias.
u west bank military governor.
thai they objected to Israel's oc
Kahbi Schiff Gives
'View of Israel*
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. spiritual
plays in the school hand.
The celebrant will be honored
it the Kiddush following sen
ind his parents >!l be host* at an
ipen house on Sunday afternoon
n honor of the occasion.
Bryan Nemeroff
Brvan. sen of Mr and Mrs l!;il
Karol Solomon
Karol. daughter of Mr and Mrs
Joseph M Solomon. 730 Calatrava.
Coral Gabies, will observe her Bas
Mitzvah on Saturday morning.
Sept 16, at Temple Beth Am.
The celebrant is an eighth grade
tuderit at Ponce de Leon Junior
and plays piano and clarinet
Karol wHI be honored at a recep-
tion and dinner or. Saturday at
Kin Baj Yacht and Country
Cub
Steven Gold
(-. Saturday, v 16. at 8 4.i
am, Sicvcq, aou Hold' ill bcTOme Bal-'Mitzvah al
Temple Tifereth Ja
stevuJB\-ap eighth grade
dent at. HiafFali Junior Huh He
enjoys stamp collecting and i la; -
bums
\ reception "ill be held In the
: o! .he area and the use leader of Beth El Synagogue, was N,.im.rnff/will ,,.,. Bar ^,/ ^%STl*Zi*inZ ser .cc"
Kr.el.censored textbooks Is- to speak on "An Int,n>ate \ .ew ot vdh ,,,, CongrcBation Soci *{<- *"*
il-tTSS reP,acemen, of JJ *^ ^^ 'SSJ^JL H"Sl
World Zionist Congress
To Meet Next February
JERUSALEM The forthcom-
,< 27th World Zionist Congress
will be held starting February 19.
1968 in Jerusalem, according to
lecision of the World Zionist
Executive. Originally scheduled to
iOnvene in 1969, the date has been to be Mrs
Miami-Coral Cables Chanter. Flo
rida Women's Division American
Jewish Congress, at the season's
opening meeting n Thursday.
12:30 am., at Park Lane Cafet
teria. Coral Way and 22nd Ave
Rabbi Schiff was one of the tour
leaders on the special Cli. 2. "Man
to Man" Holy Land Journey.
Chairman for the meeting wai
Samuel Rosenstein,
face of
advanced a year in the
the overwhelming tasks confront-
in' the Zionist movement as an
Wtgrowth of the dramatic events
m Israel. Since elections have been
.h Ived the composition of the 27th
ii v .i_n.. in tVnt nf Max Goldstein. Mrs. Ida Rubin.
rest will be similar to tnai oi
the 2Cth Thus, no changes will be
effected in tile number of mandates
of the various parties.
president of the chapter, who was
to welcome the following new
members: Mrs Louis Bobson,
Mrs Jacob Miller. Mrs David
Saul. Mrs. Alfred Sandier. Mrs
the traditional service Mr and
Mrs Nemeroff will host the Kid
lush.
Attending this event will Ih>
Bryan's paternal grandparents,
Mr and Mrs i \ men i'i oi Phia-
lelphia; Mr. and Mrs A Pfefer-
berg of Miami
Brvan is a student at Beth Is-
rael Religious School, and is in
he eighth grade at Ida Fisher
Junior High
He will be honored at a recep-
tion and dinner Sunda) evening
it Beth Israel
Mark Taub
Mark Jose| h. ion of Mr and
Vis David Taub. will become
Scientists Urged to
Settle In Israel
MONKEY, N.Y. (JTA) Ab-
raham Avi Hai, Secretary of Pub-
lie Affairs to the Prime Minister
ol Israel, called upon 200 delegates
to the 7th annual convention of the
ciation of Orthodox Jewish
Scientists "to settle in Israel and to
help the state meet its new needs "
Mr. Hai said the scientists posessed
a "unique potential'" which could '
"blossom into great fruition in the
environment of a new Israel with
new borders, hopes and demands." |
The national association, with
1,000 members in a dozen chapters
was founded 19 years ago bv a
group of Orthodox engineers, phy
sicians. dentists, mathematicians
and other scientists It sponsors
a wide range of academic, religious
and social activities, lectures and
publications.
P( ter, son of Mi and Mi
rence Elbautn, will in I to
the Torah on Sal irdaj morning,
Sept 16, al Temple Zion
Peter ii an eighth grade stu-
dent at West Miami Junior High,
plays clarinet in the school Con
cert Band, and i> active in water
sports
Mr and Mrs EHkaum will host
the Kiddush following the r
vices, and a lum-henn at the Cha-J
let in honor of the celebrant
V
Randy Gordon
On Saturday, Sent 16. at 8 4"<
ini Randy, son of Mr Lawrence
Gordon ol San Juan. Puerto Rico,
ind Mr- Barbara Gordon, 18 -'
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BENDER
Jewish Quiz Box
MORTON GBANT
Morion Grant
Dies at Age 60
Services were held on Sept. 8 in
Baltimore for Morion Grant, form-
er real estate broker and Jewish
i ler, of 5600 Alhambra Circle,
Coral Gable*, who died Sept. 5 at
gc <>f "0.
Mr (ir.int vho c.ime to Miami
ir> 19QJ wa* a tnuteie of Temple
1 of Greater Miami, and rcgi-
ssociaie of the National Fed
ration of Temple Brotherhood.
He was a life member of the
ewish Chatauqua Society, a past
resident of the Men's Club of
Vmplc Israel, and had been presi
nt of the Men's Club of Temple
rail, and had been president for
iree terms of the South Florida
Vdcration of Temple Brotherhood
An officer in the Air Corps dur-
ig World War II. and a charter
Je member of the Air Force As-
ociation, Mr Grant had attended
ohn Hopkins University and the
:ni\erity of Maryland
He is survived by his wife Miri-
am; four brothers, Irving Jerome
{nd Joseph of Baltimore. Milton
JDf New York City; and two sisters.
Kirs Leroy Lowenthal of Balti-
more, and Mrs. Charles Yaffe of
Lawrence. N.Y.
Riverside Alton Rd. Memorial
Chapel was in charge of local
arrangements.
moi tz. thmhnm "' of '*"" s\v
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kempner. IU) V\ it, of ..hi Baj
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late Chapal
prowisor. Aron, 73. of (141 s\v ttth
Trr ftervtcat Bapt 6 at ltivrxldr
I'.'uahis ltd I'hiiprl Interment Mt
Nabo Cemetery
Why is the shofar blown every
morniiyj (except Saturday
morning) in the synagogue
during this current month?
The codifier '"fur" (Rabbi Jacob
Baal Haturim) traces this practice
Orach Chayyim 681) to the state
ment found in the book I'irke D'R-
Eliezer (Chapter 46) where it is
contended that it was on the first
.if the current month of Elul that
Moses ascended Mount Sinai for
the second time to receive the
second set of tablets bearing the
ten commandments. On this occa-
sion the shofar was sounded and
heard throughout the camp of Is-
rael as a warning to the people
not to repeat the sin of the Golden
Call or any other sin while Moms
was engaged at the mountain top
in their behalf Rabbi Kleazar Ro-
keach. the medieval Jewish eodi-
tier and mystic (Rokeach. 208)
claims that the shofar is blown in
the synagogue from the first day
of the current month of Elul until
the Day of Atonement lYom Kip-
pun. This is a span of forty days
and represents the forty days that
Moses spent on the Mountain dur-
ing which the shofar was blown
every day to remind the people
of Israel to retain a state of vir-
tuous behavior Our custom, how-
ever, is to blow the shofar daily
exce| I Saturday) until the day be-
for Ro'h Hashona. Some observe
that many used to spend this period
worn
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LEADERS IN
SERVICE, QUALITY
AND VALUE I
SCHtDULtD UNVIIUHGS
Sunday, September 17, 1967
Ml. Nebo Cemetery
ROSE T0WIEN, 2 p.m.
/ Mm Maxu'fli H--' re*
loketide Memorial Pork
IKVifC CHiDNOfF, 11 a.m.
Ftubbi Datid Kj^ri
MT. Sinai Cemetery
JOSEPH SAIISS, 3p.m.
; SEE WHAT YOU BUY I
DO NOT BUY TROM
MAIL ORDER FIRMS
AND BE SORRYI
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Manufacturer in Miami
and save many dollar*.
PA 1^1 Kirs
MIAMI MONUMENT CO.
Miami's Only
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3279 S.W. 8th Street
Mi 4-0921 Phoner HI 40922
British Nazi Held
In Arson Plot
LONDON (JTA) Mrs Fran-
I coise Jordan, wife of Colin Jor
dan the head of the British Nat-
ional Socialist movement, was held
for trial here this week in the
Central Criminal Court on charges
of having incited and conspired
I with members of the movement to
set fire to a London synagogue.
Prosecutor John Wood told the
Court Mrs. Jordan had held "an
influential position in the move-
ment at the time her husband had
stated publicly that he would like
to see Parliament enact a law pro-
viding for "the burning of all
synagogues."
in fasting from sunrise to sunset
;m:l on .i pul day it was
traditional to blow Ihe shofar. Some
communities practice the custom
.if blowing the shofar both in the
morning as well as in the evening
alter the services in the synagogue.
This is because it was then that
I here was an assembly of people in
the synagogue. Our practice con-
fines the blowing of the shofar to
the morning service. iHabbenu
Asher. at the end of Tractate Roth
Hashona: Tur. Orach Chayyim. 681:
Rabbi Isserles commentary to Shul-
ehan Aruch Orach Chayyim. 6811.
Why it it customary in Jewish
tradition to tear the document
of divorca after it has been
i-xecutec1 and presented to Hie
woman?
This practice is mentioned as
early as in the times of the re-
ligious persecutions of Hadrian A
number of reasons are offered for
this action. In the first pi ic \ mak-
ing t!ie tear in the document as-
sure- that it would never again be
used should it turn out in the future
'hat a husband and wife of the
same name as the divorced couple
Ind this doom ent Second. an>
one seeing this document in the
future would refrain from criticiz-
ing its contents or casting as-
persion* upons its validity since by-
noticing its tear he would know
that it had already been fully exe-
cuted and that he might by his
aspersion cast doubt on the legiti-
macy of the ensuing marriage
which the divorced woman may
have entered into.
The Medieval commentator to the
Talmud. Rabbenu Tarn issued a
general decree forbidding anyone
to cast such aspersions once a
Jewish divorce had been executed,
threatening the violator of the de-
cree with excommunication.
It was also noted that the tear
in the document would be an in-
dication that the woman in ques-
tion had collected whatever guar-
antees were contained in her Ke-
tuvah (marriage contract) in the
.vent of the dissolution of the
1 marriage by divorce.
Israel Tax Cuts
For Newcomers
Jl.i'l SALEM iJTAi New
immigrants to Israel would enjoy
reductions, moderate priced
idations, and free
high school and college tuition
r the terms of a lull to be sub-
mitted tu the Israel Parliament
when it convenes on October 13.
The concessions are part of a plan
to encourage 20.liO0 immigrants to
settle in Israel, chiefly from the
more affluent countries. Avraham
Cygel. head of the Jewish Agency's
Department ol Immigration and
Absorption said that details of the
plan were worked out at the top
1 \i-1 bv a joint committee of the
Government and the Jewish Agency
and were generally approved by
'the Immigration authorities.
The concessions in the new
neasurc include an income tax
"xemp'ion for married couples with
wn children of 1.500 Israel pounds
15 Ol per month for the first year.
1 the second year, two-thirds of
hi sum would be tax free and in
h- ''i-'1 year, there would be an
v,.-,....., 0f p.. third. Further
1 C --..-'- .' -.ill apply to pro-
( nnd land registration
es taxes on cars would be
'he s;; ... ,-,.; jn (he country from
which th" newcomers emigrated.
Hoiifes would be provided on a
rental basis, with the option of
purchase after three years' oc-
cupancy. It was estimated that
33.000 three-room apartments
would be offered for rentals of
150 Israel pounds i$50i per month.
Class in Crafts
On Miami Beach
Miami Beach Recreation Divi-
sion. Parks and Recreation De-
; partment. announces a new weekly
class in its current adult activities
program for men and women.
Beginning Friday, a class in
I "Crafts for the Handicapped" will
be offered from 10 to 12 noon, at
the 21st St. Community Center,
2100 Washington Ave.. Mrs. Emilie
Webb, instructor will direct the
group in creating articles through
mosaic tile work, papier mache.
driftwood, shellcraft. tropic craft
and flower arrangements.

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Friday, September lc
Israel Ends Fees For Sacred Site
JERUSALEM Uniel Ministry for Religious af site the Jewi regard as holy. Pol-
tans has quietly ended a centuries- owing their protests, the Ministry
old practice of the Moslem relig- >f Religions opened another gate
authorities of making non ilfording free passage into the
Moslem pihrrltos and visitors to the (impound.
Old City pay a tee to enter the
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
Ni.TU 1 1< HKHKin OIVEN that FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
by virtue f t.;.pt. ..7 of II No. 75994-C
Statute* Annotated (1*41). Ware- In RE Estate of
,,.. :,,! VVai.hou*. Receipt*, i.ku IS C KOk.HI.ER a k
Synagogues Desecrated
JOHANNESBURG (JTA1
Two local synagogues were bur
tlarized and one of them was de-
ecrated. it was reported by police
uthi rities. I'o said that they
vere hunting for the criminals At
he llassid'c Syna.'oiiue. the sine
iary was desecrated. At the same
Ime. a sale containing the eon
ton to the area were required to edition's archives were broken
pay an admission charge of four "en. a"d the record books were
shillings it hen one dollar! to enter -tolen alone with linens, crnckerv
the area Since the liberation of the ind other items. At the Yeoville
Old City, the charge had been one '\ raj" mic. cunNtards were broken
en. the COntentl stolen, as well
' "" petty cash kept on the
iremises
Mount of the Temple area, site of
the DoMie of the Rock, and the Al
Mesa Mosque and traditionally the
-it. of the First and Second Tern-
plea
The huh places in the area are
administered by the Waqf, the
institution which administers MOS
lem religious properties, I'nder the
British Mandate, non-Moslem \ isi
pound (33 cents)
Many Jewish visitors complained
of having to pay tribute to the
Chorale Group
Seeds Singers
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR DAHE COUNTY.
herein ACE-R K \ AS LINKS. ISO
, Florida 11.. i..11 11 by virtue of if
narchou*' Hen, ho In iis po*e**lon
III, fi.l|..W llIK ""I'1 ,
H,,u-.h..l.l <:.-..l* ft* the prop' rl> "i
imi\\\ lioSBTTl win,-.- lasl known
In, :,i ,,i,li. -- -a c l-irr. Oui rra,
s \\ i,iiii sii-iii. Miami. Florida
n thai nn Hi. <>* !'> "' "'" '
",1.7. during iti. legal hour* 1
man,'. In I in wi I' "" for.......n and I '"
in (In nfter......ii at S13C S.W. Mtn
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.IkiihI xhall offer for aali lo ihe
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
Case No 67-14061
NTICE OF SUIT
FOR DIVORCE
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.. All Creditor* .!"' Ml
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF -c
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC it
OF FLORIDA IN ANO BC
OAOE COUNTY
No. 67-13209
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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. ,-,.,, ju,|g, ; Had. County. Vu MAH1 \ TBIIBS*. PBII
fil. in. nn.....lurdie.........I R"DR";. \:a are .....hy notll
i.rovlded in Kevtion "M l. Florida a Oamplalnt for Dlvorra twa bi
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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. 67-13776
SUIT FOH DIVOKCE
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Set for W>F
Florid i Women's I' \ ision Na
tional Parkinson Foundation is
ni Idina a i rd luncheon
for the benefit of the Parkinson
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on Wednesday noun at the Surf
Plaia H
Reservations for the affair, which
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Paula Harris
and Bett> Gn i
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Division i< n ot an eli i l
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NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICE IS HEHEin "III KN
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Miami, Florida Intend In remater
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WI I.I.I \.M >' \STH1I.I.<>
Attorn, j for ApphVanl
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;-, w.-i Flatcler St. i. Miami
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CIRCUIT COURT. Ilth JUOIC'AI.
CIRCUIT. DADE 'OIINTY. FLORIDA
No. 67.13986
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
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Plaintiff,
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Via. an.I file original with Clerk '
i-oun ..ii ..r i ii day "'
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i; M I K ITHKHJI N I'lerk
It, iM-ri: KENT
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. Fl ORIDA
No. 67-14156
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
1.INPA ; \\ i: t'HRIH riB
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p. i, ilanl
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nied ..f.in.-i .ii
null. .i npy of J >" *
r.r pleading* on Plaintiff* attoi
LAW OFFICBH i'F JtiSEPH II
Yi'l'N.i IT', I!i11in..r.- Way, Coral \ II
I ... da nd HI.- Ihe original
there..f ..ii ..r before ih.- iT'li da) of
i, tober, ISS1 OthWwim i Default will
I., entered asralnal you
DATED al Miami, Florida iliis nth
dai ,.r s. pti mm r 1987
K II I.KATHKUM \S
Clork <.f Hi.- fir.nit Court
Pa 11. 1 S p. I-IETRO
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IN AND FOR DADE COUN-S .
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORID" "' 'n FOR DADE
COL NTY.
No. 6~- :4'31
SLIT FOH DIVORCE
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agalnal ...u for ill.- r.-li.f demanded
in the Rill ..r i-.nil.laiiil
Thla i ..ii. .- xhall he nublNh. A i
In THE JEWISH |-|. ...-i \.-. k for four nonaecullve w.-.-K-
|h INE vn'P iRDBREn nl M|aml,
Florida, thi- nth day <' Septemoei
A P l'"?
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Circuit Court. Imd* Cnunir, Florida
Hy: I. SNRRDEN
11.mat) Clerk
rcirruii Conn s. ..I i
Jorh RKPHl'S
Wuahlngton v..-. n.
Miami I;.-:.. h. Florida IS1J9
Attorney f.-r Plaintiff
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No 67-14182
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
RAUA K \ Ni:
Plaintiff,
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s. I-. id i lulbJIng, Miami I '
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Judgment I... default ..ill be I
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in Hi.- Hill of 'omolalnl
Thi- notice shall In |.iil.li-n. .1 once
. k for four < "-. .'uii\, w<
m THE l BW ISH Fl/, 'Hit >l \ N
DONE AND iDREIIEtl il Ml n
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i: B LKATHBRM \n. Clerk
Circuit ('..urt. Hade County, Ploridii
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SHEVIN, : HIMAN &
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s. yi...l,i Ruiktiua
Miami, Florida,
, Aii.iriit >-k for I'luinliff
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOU NAME LAW
Nl 'Tl. i: IS 11 ii: BUY HIVBN
il ii ......1. ib iring lo gage
in l.u-!'..--- uii.l. i Ihe I.. 11*i.-ii- iime
nl FlJOKII'A PI: i IT CoMPA>
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lo ri'l d I .nn- itli ihe i.-.-k
..I ill. .ii.uii Court ..f Pade County,
I'l..ri.l.i
FRED AZRACK,
|oo mi.i hmI ..- ile pi oprietor
KI'RT ^ EI.LISCH
Atii.rn. \ for applicant
is.jj
CIRCUIT COURT. ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DAOE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 67-13640
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
MPA ROMERO.
Plaintiff,
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p. f. ndani
yor AMADO ROMERO, -ir. noti-
fied ui s.rv. :i oopy .,f v.iur answer
! in Divorce, .'..nii.l.iim fllau aamlnal
...u .,ii Plaintiff* attorni i t ;i:< >ROK
: N I<' 11 >l..\s. '.IL' N.W. ISlli Ave,
' Miami, Flu and file original nh
Clerk ..f till* i-..uri nn .,i l>efore
itctoher -. t'.'iM. niherwlae complaint
.. ill l,. mnfaaaed bj ..u
|i,.i..i Augui.1 So, 1967
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NOTICE OF s
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OROEROF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COl el T OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF F .....ej FOR
DADE COUNTV
CIVIL ACTION. NO 67-13872
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l lenuiy Clerk
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NOTICE OF SUIT
OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT "F THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FUn
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION. NO 6713873
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Till 'M VS K INll,
Plaintiff,
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Chapter ?07?7 Acti ol
File No 67- A 466
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I'm.--, mili rertiftauta -ball !, ri
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ihe blrlieal bidder al ih. Court ll-u--
door on the fir*t Monday In the ...
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By: I' F CH'1 DSTRAND
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIOA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTV, IN CHANCERY
No. 67 126?8
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MILTON LEON I.l IHE
Plaintiff
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 75875-C
In RE Bal
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P.. II.M-.I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml I All Perami Hat
Dei .il- I Said
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You iiii, ,l and null'
... |.|,..-.n: any .l.ulli- and l ''"Ill'
I ii ma) I thi '
IVILLIAM JACKMAN rte- luilgment b) dvfaull will plaint on Ihe Plalniifr* attorno) MAX
i lot. ..i P...i- County, Florida, U for the relli demanded a COI.HFARIl III lllw-a>ne llldg
n. H" Hade County. I" 'h* Hill nl C ni'dnml Miami, ll.. umi fil. Ihe iMlglnal Ai>-
iin.l file ll In duplicate ..ml Thi* notice xhall be. publlnheHl onci \,, r. -:.. ,f the
a* in..vi.I. .1 In Set lion 7 I" i>. Fl' i Ida eai I...... loi foui i on*ei nil. week* i 'lark .( Ihe Circuit C in i .,n ,. t. .
Hiatuie*, in ili. ,i i ihe Count) In The Jewl-h Ho
. urthou P...I. ''..iitii. pi... I., DONE PI' ORDERED at Miami
within hit i-nlcndar monthi from thi ftnridn, thin 5th day of Repl \p
mi i ihi flral publli ai ii.ii i i, i ,.i i'".T
BUZ MIETH I.AN.:\\ i.i:th\
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Dated ai Miami. Florid*, ihi
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A Executrix
Flral publlcail.....i ihi* notice on
the 1*1 da) .f s. nlember, i
BARNEY BERNHTEIN
Attorney for ExaculrtJ
141 N K Third Avniu"
Miami, Florida 3JI3.'
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E H LKATIIRRM P
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SQt Biacairna Hl.lg
Miami r'la
Attorne) f..r Plaintiff
the i ; if
you fall In .1.. -.. iu.li.-m.nl l.\ default
will la- taken aa-ainal >"U f'.r the n
lief .Lilian. I.. I iii ihe Bill of foninlamt
Thi- notice -ball he publieh. i 0
i '. h .... i, for four.....ui i. .
in Til K -l BW ISH Ft > 'RIDIAN
i INE AND ORDERED al Ml..mi.
Florida, itn- slat da) ..f Augu ^ n
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P H I.F.ATHEHMAN, Clerk
'ir.-uii Court, Pn.I. i' not. FioridM
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LEGAL NOTICE
CIRC LIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JLOlCIAL CIRCUIT IN
KM) TOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA
No 67-12995
NOTICE OF SUIT
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M \ IT I.INK 1. VVORL.EY.
< ,,'iM and If HI'.'-'-of tha-ni hi I..-I
helm, dr\ is. <-s arrantee*. uaatarneea.
i .ieditor* rrui lee* : other
by throufth. under or kkhIiihI
tri'in or a-iihai' of Lhasa, and nil partie*
hn% i,t or UUmlnc lo have any nth;.
or iuterest Ui tin property de-
hajd ill lb* Coanpmmt
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vor AND EA( If OK TOT? AUK
:V Vi >TI(- II :i> thai a mjii ha*
i muaht auam-i yon by CITI-
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i.\N ASaSOdATION OK HIM BAH
-. i st.it. > rnrnaration. Plaintiff,
leave a rertajji .Mnrtaar. more
-i'. ii. i Ml In the i"m-
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:- .1 | '.I'll- County, Klorida,
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a the Irrk of the I i -
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LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
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ClfIC I COURT. ELEVENTH
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NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
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iN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 63S10-C
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BSTKI I.K ROSL.TN HAAS.
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
VOT i'K. i- i..-. i. i \ ii thai w
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f,NO FOR DADE COL NTV,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 635" C
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
IN THE ClrtCLIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
No 67.1318a
SUIT FOH DIVORCE
Al.l'MA PEREZ.
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COON TY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 75670-A
Ii RE I'.-i.h. of
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All dltor* and .\n i
Havlnu Claim* or Demandn Ai.-.:.---
Saul IM.ili
Vi'ii are hereby notified and required
i" i'ii -' any lanns and dVinanda
which yiu ma) have airatnsil the
.Mai. ol Hi:S8IE HI I'VK JOMEI.EK-
BWT dei'eaaed late "f Dadi Pounty,
Kl.'i-ul... I., tin- County .iud>;. s I..
lal.' County, ami file the tunna In
iiui'li'-a'. ..oil aa provided Ii Section
733.16, 1'Ionda Statute* In Hi. ir
in ih.- I'ouniy 1'i'urthous.- In
ii.cii- Cnunty, Klorfda, within six
calendar month* from the lime of the
(irsi puhlli atlon hereof, or tha aame
will be barred
Dated al Miami. KUirlda .tin- t.'ith
day of AUKUMt, A I1 IPS'
S< IN V \ lKlKlil.AM >ER
.!> !: .liiSKI.I'.l-'SK ,
As Bxecutorx
Fh-Hl publication of tins aotlre on
ih. Ii -Li I Beptember imij
K1.MOX, HAYS A C1RPN1 IWEI.G
Vtiornc) for Exi cutora
:i"l AinKlc) liuililint;
Miami. Klorida
B l 1.15-21
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
*Jfnit> flcridfiann
solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Mai :i7:t-IK0r,
for messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
VOTIPE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
Ui.- undaraUcned, deairtruj lo
;n bUKlnei under i).. flctltiouK name
of THE EVIL al I S i; 1 rl, CI
Hi.in ah, Klorida ini.nds t- rtiariater
-.ml ia.ni. alth the Clerk of thi
,: -in i of I iad< i 'ounty
SUl'THERN UANDSTAXD, INC
It .1 UIU.K
Attorney
.'. Klakli r Sin-, t
Miami. Klorida
s-l-i-L'L'-'jn
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKEHY r.IVEN that
H underaiamed dealiinx to eueraKO
in i.u.-in. -.- under the fictitious name
..f PERSONAL PRINTING SERTICB
ai SI.'." \ u .'in Street, Miami
Intend* lo reirtater aald name with
ii,.- Clerk "f the Circuit Court of
[.ii.- Count) Klorida
JEKi 'l-I' H \M>i:i.sM VN'. Owner
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KS HAAS
I-.TH HI NTS JUDGE S C
IN < ..' FOR DACE CO
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File No. *7-A-90
NOTICE IS HEREBY '.INKS' that
iiw:'l.li LICHTENBERO holder -f
County Tin Sale Certificate N. (Md
u -u. d the 2*th da) f Bay, A [>
filed same in my t and
ha* made application for tail doed lo
h. laaued tuereon. Saul Certificate
ra.-i Ih* ru
proper!) n tin Coui ty "i Dade, State
ul Klori'l.i ii-- \\ it
I Tract, Plal Bool i
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the said rl Iflcati ai
of: liarrn Pn>p< r
Cnleae -a .i >
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on the fir-t Mi 'i
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day of I laibei
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
CASE NO 67-13476
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Sec 72 13 FU Stati
IN RE:
Petil on "f
Vllllill.l' UAKZ And
SARA HAB2
Petltii ner*
|.. of ARlaENB
M MtIB l:i E8. minor
Vr I.IZ HKI B8 of Bar-
rio Cai Rico, are
;,,.r, i PETITION haa
been r.i.--i reull Court by
' laes, hi* a if--,
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Adoption "f
Ultl.KN:'. MARIK BVKS a m
hl.h I attached a
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NOTICE UNDER
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NUT'l'K IS II i '. Hint
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aSir, Kcl Road. M
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'OTICK is Hl'llKltV GIVEN that
uiKlir-iiiiil. newlrlnl to nr:i%fre In
-men* under Hie flrtitiniM name ..r
JiltRA M'AIITMKNTS al .JC" Hvron
fenue, Miami Baaoh, Klorida int-mli.
redjblter vUld name with the fork
the cinuit 1,'nuri of Daite County,
arid*.
HHiO BY RON !' MTV
a Klorida Corporn'
PflNO CYPBN LAW OF*
[arneya for
Hyron Ke.il*> I *p
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NOT.CE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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-. and FOR DAOE CCi NT -
Fa-ORIDA IN PRCE-ATE
NO. 75937-C
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the sih day "f September, 1967.
SCHLISSEL A SCHER
Attorney for Executrix
OS Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida


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IN THE COUNTRY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY.
FUORIDA IN PROBATE
No. T?H>
IN KF
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
ANO FINAL DISCHARGE
V 'T'l'i: l> ll.-r. '.
filed Final Report ar.d
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Etocut ir el the eatate ol INBS ''
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iNlnECI NTs JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR PADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 76134-C
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,.iii. M \. u may have afalnat the
.slate of MAX BEBOMAN, [> eased
' ounty, Klorida, to the
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vided In Section 73316. Florida
Rtatutea, In their offlcee In the County
Courthouse in Pade County. Florida,
wlibin -ix .-uleii.liir month- from the
lime of th.- first i'ii.' i' ti
me *lll tie ti r- I
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Couniy taxe* Tl
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Cnleaa aald certificate -'.-n he *-
deemed .1 ordlng i" law, the propert)
deecrlbed hen n "ill aold lo the
h.ajh.-t hi I'!, r at th<- C.urth -us.- aV .r
mi 1 Monda) In I 1 nth ol
October 1967 which .- the Erto day
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YOU GET "MUCH MORE" AT FOOD FAIR!
FARM-FRESH PRODUCE!
A WONDERFUL SELECTION ALWAYS AWAITS YOU AT FOOC FAIR AT OUR LOV. PRICES
TOP QUALITY VINE RIPENED 4RI A ^
FEATURES
EFFECTIVE
THRU
SATURDAY
SEPT.It
AT ALL
FOOD FAIR
AND
FREDERICKS
STORES
FOOD
FAIR
NECTARINES
CAULIFLOWER
PRUNE PLUMS
PINEAPPLES
TOMATOES
TOP QUALITY CALIFORNIA
GARDEN FRESH
TOP QUALITY
. ITALIAN .
TOP QUALITY SWEET
29
29
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GARDEN FRESH FOR SLICING
2 LBS
49
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SAVE UP TO 38< GIANI 49 OZ BOX
A I A V LAUNDRY
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BLUE 0* WHITE CUNT V-OZ 101 -^ -^
Fyne Tex Detergent 29
IIWT QN 101 EITHER ITEV PLEASE WITH OTMEP PURCHASES OF SI ON NE
99< VALUE $AVI UP TO 60
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HAIR SPRAY...........is-oi can
LIMIT ONt CAN. PUASI Wlt'H.OTHfl PUCMA$I$ OP SS Ot MOM
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AVAILABLE WHERE THERE ARE SERVICE COUNTERS
DELICIOUS LEAN COOKED-SAVE 40* LB-MI^%
Corned Beef ...B.5"c
SAVE 24 .HHS ***%*^%
SAVE 40 LB.-FRESHLY
POLL ^
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Smoked Sturgeon......* 591
ALL CHEESE AND LUNCH MEATS ARE SLICED
TO YOUR ORDER TO INSURE FRESHNESS.
UMIT ONE BUNDLE PLEASE,.WITH OTHEP. PURCHASES OF S fft MMi

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GRECN STAMPS...
TSe Sto-nps that
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SAVE it...MORTON'S FROZEN
MCHI -TURKEY
Q|P -CHICKEN
l*IE3.....8-0Z. PKG.
19'
STOKELY'S FROZEN "TK. R.al Tk.n, l.om Flor.do
Orange Juice.....6 ttl 99c
SAVE 4-DOWNYFLAKE 0%0%
Frozen Waffles.....'ttf- 33c
U.S. Gov't Graded Choke
LOOK FOR T HE INSPECTION STAMP...YOU' LL ALWAYS FIND IT ON F000 FAIR MEATS!
FLORIDA CAUGHT
Mackerel
LB.
35
FOOD FAIR OVEN FRESH
CHIFFON pla!n
RING each
49
CHUCK STEAKS... enuterccut" ... lb. 5c
SIRLOIN STEAKS. .u.^c5... l.. 19
T-RONE top U.S. is 10
PORTERHOUSE .. ItuSm..?l. I19
rDCCCDID TOP U.S. CHOICE No fat QQ
VKU99KID BONELESS ROAST .... added-----LB. O M
TOP ROUND STEAKS 19
EVERYDAY LOW PRICE
RITZ LOW CALORIE OR
FOOD FAIR REGULAR
TOP U.S. CHOICE
CHUCK ROASTS .59
TOP U.S. CHOICE LEAN
Ground Chuck...... 79
GRADE A' QUICK FROZEN
DRUMSTICKS
OR WINGS
12-OZ.
CAN
ALL
FLAVORS
FOOD FAIR FLORIDA FRESH
GRADE A7 0% $
EGGS 3-1
SAVE 4-FLO-SUN
Orange Juice 'SKIP cr. 25c
SAVE 2,-FOOD FAIR CREAMED __
Cottage Cheese.....cu? 29c
SAVE 10-AMERICAN KOSHER of KOSHER Z,0N_ _
Franks or Knocks... W. 79c
SAVE l< ON 2 PKCS -MRS. FILBERTS
Margarine #& 2 tea* 49c
FYNE TASTE
COFFEE
BONUS SPECIAL
SANDRA LEE'S
Lotions of Aloe
ALL PURPOSE
GRIND
S'r-OZ.
iTL.
$1.15
SPECIAL!
IMPROVES THE TEXTURE OF DRY SKIN
FOOD FAIR-16-0Z. CAN
Grapefruit s* 25c
79 VALUE...SAVE UP IU 24 -a
Gillette STAINLESS BLADES OF S DlJ
*C VALUE...SAVE UP TO.2C
MEC NEW MINT .'-0Z. ML^r
CREST TOOTHPASTE TUIE IOU
SAVE 20<...ITALIAN SWISS COLONY
Table Wines halfacal. btl.
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SUNAID
Fruit Drinks 3 ->79c
ORANGE-GRAPE-FLORIDA FRUIT 1