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

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

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"eJewish Floradian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
v : Number 38
Minim, Florida, Friday, September 29. 19r7
Tw S
Pr:
Floridian Names
Managing Editor
The appointment Qt Jacob L.
rhernofiky .1- managing editor of
The Jewish Floridian was an-
1 ounced this week by Fred K.
Shochet, editor and publisher.
Before joining the staff of The
It-wish Floridian. Mr. Chernof-
si j who has already assumed
- new duties aarved [or the
1 si eight yeat as a news editor
.1 the New Yorlt b< 1 Iquarters i>f
Jewish Telegraphic Agency,
worldwide new- service
A native of New York City,
vr I'hernofskx 1- a graduate of
Washington Square College, New
York 1 niversity, and also studied
at the Polytechnic Institute <>f
Brooklyn ami at NYU Graduate
School of Arts and Science
He studied at the Hebrew I'm
versify in Jerusalem for three
years before joining the stalt of
the Jerusalem Tost as a reporter
and later as a news editor.
In 1956. Mr. Chornofskv as
sumed the editorship of Every
Friday, an Anglo-Jewish weekly
published in Cincinnati, Ohio,
where he remained for two years.
He then served as a press officer
Eban: UN May Block
Peace, Without Talks
UNITED NATIONS. NY.-Israel
Foreign Minister Abba Eban warn-
d here this week that the L'nited
Nation; might stand in the way of
>eace in the Middle Easl if the
mi: id organization became a sub-
ite for direct negotiations be-
v..-en Israel and the Arab States.
In a major address during the
li bate on the Middle Fast at the
ieneral Assembly, Mr Eban urged
he world body to call on the
Vrab states to negotiate directly
vith Israel.
Noting that the Arab states at
Iheir it-cent conference in Khar-
town ha 1 rejected negotiation as
.1- peace, the Israel Foreign
Minister warned that the Arabs
L'nited Nations as a
shelter against "the necessity for
I'( ace."
He jaid that Israel was ready
to neqotiate peace treaties with
the Arab states that would "en-
sure the security of all" and
Continued on Page 11-A
JACOB I. CHIRNOFSKY
I the Consulate General of Is-,
reel in New York until his ap-
pointment to the stalt of the
Jewish Telegraphic Agency.
Mr Chernofsky resides withi
his wife, the former Ellen Jung.,
in North Miami Beach. They1
have two sonsMen and Michael,
and two daughtersBrynna and
Eva
Israel Moves To Stop
Growing Aral) Terror
U.S. Chides Israel For
Plans to Settle Held Areas
WASHINGTON tJTA) The
l'nited States government regards
Israeli moves to settle Jews on
occupied Arab territory to be "in-
consistent" with Israel's stated
position and in conflict with Amer
ican policies. State Department
spokesman Robert J. McCloskajf
made known this week
Mr McCloskey told a news con-
ference that the Administration was
attempting through diplomatic
channels to clarify the exact posi-
tion of the Israeli government on
this question He said. "If accu-
lately reported, the plans for the
establishment of permanent Israeli
settlements would be inconsistent
with Israel's position regarding oc-
cupied territories, that these should
be matters for negotiation."
The State Department is aware
of press reports pertaining to new
Jewish settlements but has as yet
hail no official information "of any
change" of the previously pro
claimed policy, he said.
(The Israel Cabinet decided Sun
day to establish a settlement on
the Baniaa ridge not far from the
Syrian village of Banias Israeli
sources have said that the site of
the new settlement was on the Is-
raeli side of the international boun-
dary line.)
Neumann Warns Israel
On Rising Pressures
NEW YOKE UT.v- i>r Eman
we! Neumann, member of the Jew
\ jency Executive and honorary
pn tident of the Zionist Organise
DR. IMANUfl HtUMANN
.ion of America, told a 70th anni-
ary celebration of the First
World Zionist Congress here this
week that it would be folly and
possibly suicidal" for Israel to
.Meld to mounting behind the
scenes" pressures to modify its
position toward the Arab stales
He 'old the meeting, held under
the auspices of the American Zi-
onist Council, that although Israel
had won the war last June, "a re-
newed effort is being made at the
United Nations to force the with-
drawal of Israel's forces without
guarantees of her peace and se-
curity Should the l'nited Nations
reverse Itsalf, and give majority
support to the demands of the
Soviet-Arab bloc, Israel would
I,.ive no alternative but to reject
h demands. For Israel, this is
not a political game, but life or
death."
TEL AMY Israel's security
orces moved into high gear this
veek in a campaign to suppress
\rab terrorist and sabotage activi
ies after the killing of the first
Israeli since the end of the Six-
Daj War.
The victim was a three-year
old boy whose home In Omu
settlement near here was dyna-
mited by Arab terrori*s. The
boy's parents were wounded in
the explosion.
Shortly after the killing, a sec
nd blast damaged a starch factory
m Kibbutz Gival Haviva a few
miles from the first explosion.
Leaflets found near the site of
he second explosion showed that
members of the Syrian-based El
"atah terrorist organization were
esponsible for the sabotage.
The drive by Israel security
forces is aimed at capturing or
Israelis Worried
About Dolphins
TEL AVIVIsraeli fisher-
men have run into a new
problem since the Six Day
War in trying to cope with
harassment by dolphins of
flming operations off the
Sinai coast. The dolphins have
been ripping the cords of the
fishnets and stealing the fish
Attempts to seek advice on
the matter from Egyptian
fishermen In prisoner of war
camps in Israel were un-
successful.
The Egyptians advised the
Israelis to give up.
immobilizing the bands of heavily
armed saboteurs slipping into the
West Bank area from Jordanian
territory Arab terrorist activities
dave been assuming growing pro-
portions in the past few days.
During the week. Israel Army
units used helicopters to flush out
and intercept a gang of 13 sabo-
teurs sheltering In a cave about
)'? miles southeast of Na">lus. They
exchanged fire with the terrorists
and captured all 13 after wound
ing 11.
The marauders had a power-
ful arsenal, consisting of five sub-
machineguns of Russian make,
six rifles, a Russian assault nun,
a semiautomatic rifle, a light
mortar, seven Cxech-made mine*,
Russian hand-grenades, other ex-
plosives and two bazookas of a
type used in the Syrian army.
Large quantites of ammunition
Continued on Page 5-A
PAYMENTS STARTED
U.S. Renews
Aid Funds
To Jordan
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
"nited States has informed the
Kingdom of Jordan that it was re
sliming economic aid to that coun-
try and would continue its annual
contribution to the Jordanian budg
iet. American aid to Jordan was
suspended when Jordan entered
the war against Israel last June.
The American contribution to the
Jordanian budget has been about
S27 million a year.
Ambassador Fmdley Burns, it
was announced here, has already
delivered a check for SI 5 million
to the Jordanian Foreign Ministry
at Amman as a partial payment
State and Defense Department
sources have disclosed that the
question of renewing the supplv of
arms and aircraft to Jordan is
"under review."
A former American ambassador
to Egypt Richard H.Nolte. director
of the Institute of Current World
A'fairs. has proposed to the State
Department sweeping revision of
American policy in the Middle East
based on a hands-off concept of
non-intervention involving reduc-
tion of American political and fi-
nancial commitments in the area.
Israel Rejects Bid For UN
Suez Patrol Boat Passage
TEL AVIV (JTA 1 Israel has
rejected proposals by the tinted
Nations cease-lire observers sla
tioned in the Sue? Canal area that
patrol boats 11,aimed by l'nited
Nations personnel be permitted to
ply the waterway, it was learned
this week. At present, under an
Israeli-Egyptian agreement, neither
side is permitted to use the canal
except for Egyptian launches car-
rying supplies to foreign freighters
st landed in the canai since the
June war.
The Israelis are concerned that
the principle of "mutuality," which,
they argue, is the basis of the
ement '-n use of the canal, be
maintained and insist that its bi-
partite character be preserved. To
make the IN a third party to the
agreement, they hold, would be to
dilute the character ol the agree
ment and weaken Israel's future
posit on.
The observers' request for the
Continued on Page 13-A
Stalin's Anti-Semitism Shown
NEW YOKE -1WNS1- The late
dictator Josef Stalin had an in-
tense dislike if Jews and a deep-
rooted phobia about Zionists and
Zionism
This facet of Stalin's character
emerges from the diary of his
daughter Svetlana Alliiuyeva. slat
td lor publication on Oct. 2 by
Harper & Row.
Throughout the portion of her
diary dealing with her love affairs
and marriages Miss Alliiuyeva ob-
serves that her father thoroughly
disliked suitors who were Jews.
including her fust husband.
She quotes her father as having
Mid to her, "Thai first husband
, of yours was thrown your waj bj
the Zionists When she rcmoti
strated with him that "the younger 1
one- couldn't tare less about all
Zionism," he replied. "No
You don't understand The entire
elder generation is contaminated
with Zionism and now they are
teaching the young people, too
At the time of the infant HIS Stalin
purge ol Jewish intellectuals and
lot tors in 1948. apolO the
ruthlessness In and outside the
Continued on Page 14-A



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SERVICES BEGIN WEDNESDAY EVENING
Jewish Community Marks Rosh Hashona
Syna*ogu> ansj temple< throughout The Miami area will usher ir.
rie New Year 5728 with services beginning this Wedne>da\ evening
and continuing or. Thursday and Friday with the exception of -
Reform temples which observe only Thursday
The Seller.* prayers, traditionally recited around midnight follow
ne Sabbath before Rosh Hashona. will be held late this Saturday
night in many Miami Svnagogues. in some cases after social gatherings
or forum sesiior-
The Roh Ha>hona holiday, beside*, launching the new year, also
opens the Ten Da>s of Penitence, which include- the Sabbath of Peni-
tence on the Saturday immediately following Rosh Hashona and con-
clude^ with Yon h.ppur. the Day of Atonement, the weekend of
er 13 an; 14
Rabbi Moms A Kipper will be
. Fisher,
who ;cal por-
- High
Twplt Judee,
SSQt r-r^-d-i+ R.-..}. I iral Gables.
Fridav B 13

dur
aacc The
Thur<-du> i Od
5. w:I! Include
-pectab.e V.- snd a' 2:30
m u child-- iec r the
10 a m sched Friday Rabbi
Kipp> r will on
Mark Twain> God."
BahtdaUe I m kend sorucr; a*.
Congregation *r*t Emes, 2533 SW
:9th Are calls '. r Fridaj services
it 6:43 p.m Saturday. 9am and
45 p n srita ; a itor Sal Pa-ko-
utr orfflciatinji The Rosh Hashona
bservance will be launched at the
'onservative svrjgogue on Wedr.es-
lay doitag 45 p.m. service- A'
he 8 am session on Thursday.
let 5 Irving Sperling wi'.l consider
"be question. the Annexation
>f H Plao Nee
rae!"' Ereninj pra}'n will be
d at 5 45 p ni On Friday dV.
the 8am Mr Sp rl
wil!
Da; "
Young Israel o* Miar-i Bch,
!542 Was! --
-- Si ij ..'
Sat'.-r
\ B< H I wil
v vices at
R -h ,: wil]
be la
on Wednesday at 7 r rr s.
the first i t. 5.
dur:-'. the Tar- service, will ex-
f S
ha .-< ill be held at
7 : rr. Rabb; B"n-Hillel will deliv-
er a talk on "The Birthday ol
World" 2t the Friday services, Oct
I, -lated to \-e::n at 7 am.

Dr. Joseph R Narot. rabbi of
Temple Israel o* Greater Miami,
\'E UKh St will giv.- a de^cr.p
tion of "What 1 ?aw and Hear
Isnef during Friday evening
vices :- P IS pjn The temple will
hold the Rasa Hashosa services
for members only, at the Miami
Beach Convention Ha!! Participat-
ing in tr observance with Dr
Narot will bt- a^istant R.
Morns W (.raff, and Steven G
Jacobs w.th Cantor Jacob G. Born
stela conducting the musical por-
tion of the holiday services. "Flight
and Idenutv' will be the subject
of the Wednesday 8 p.m services
ishering in Rosh Hashona "Dia-
logue and Discord will be Dr
Mtrot's topic at the 10 a m service
or. Thursday, and at 330 p.m for
children's service, he will ask
Was Mother Goose Jew.
a
A Ticket for Lite's Journey"
I be the provocative title of
Rabbi Maurice K!e::. -*rmor. on
Friday during the 8 15 ;> m sen
">. t Temo'f Tifereh Jacob, 951
Flamingo ''.... Hialeati Regular
i for 8 45 a m
I Sell h .-.- < rs will
'. i
* III be assisted sh Ha
hed
n Wcdi t 7:3 by I
n
.
5
lb cond ted b>
Saul, son of Mr ai
emu, wi-h Thodnre K
conduc'.: :ar ietvi<
- rmon topic '- Our
Sights Ever.-. -- -chi-d-
uled fo: On Friday, the
mornii lesston will begin a: 8 30
am., with Saul Silverman and
Theodore Klein again sharing the
pulpit with Rabbi Kleir. whoe
theme will be The Shofar on the
Wall "
Ohev Shalom Congregation will
'hold the Hi^h Holy Da>s oD>erv
1 ance^ in its new synagogue at 705?
I Bonita Dr Rabbi Phineas A Weber ,
] Tian is spiritual leader of the con-
I gregation and will conduct weekend
ind New Year service*. Services
Friday are slated for 6 15 pm im
, Last Sabbath' will be Rabbi Web
i Tman's subject at the 8:30 am
i Saturday session, and he will also
>ffinite at the midnight Sol chot
prayers Cantor Samuel H Feinei
ail! fulfill the liturgical chores
lunr.g service.* ushering in the vear
if 5728. to be launched on Wednes-
day at 6 30 pm Answers to th
niest on I aa We Face the Aa
rill he soucht by Rabbi
.:n during firs! day
B] .-' 7 U n. The
r.i-hl;ch cen slated
i 31 r n I In Fndav 7
i m
)ct 6 the congregation will be
iked to face the fact that it
Time to Begin."

Rosh Hashona services *
jNhered in at Congregation Bth
Jacob, 311 Washington Ave
Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. Rav hi
Shmaryahu T Swirsky will off:
hroughout the High Holy I
h Cantor Maurice Mamchf-
ennsj the musical portions o
liturgy S< hedule for Than
8 a m and 6 30 p m with
Rabb: Swtrskv*! morning ther-
be "Ghetl i Wall BerUn Wall 1
.. Wall V the 8 am sen -
on r m topic vv
Time C:
Continued on Page 10-A

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Friday. September 29, 1967
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Page 3-A
Miami Synagogues To
Feature Bond Appeals
An Increased effort i<> aid the
recovery and economic
Ivancemenl of Israel will be un-
dertaken during the forthcoming
High Holj Days when 38 congrega-
tions ni Greater Miami will help
launch an intensified drive for
Israel Bonds with appeals in s/na
i,'- and temples during Rosh
Hashona and Yom Kippur and a
series f congregational dinnen
following the holidays
Pointing out that the Israel Bond
program has become a traditional
part of the High Holy Day observ-
ance in Miami synagogues and
throughout the I'nited States and
Canada, Aaron Kahan. executive
director of he Israel Bond Or-
ganization. Stressed that this year's
effort will be p;.rt of a world-vide
campaign to finance vital dev lop
menl projects which were inter
ruptcd by the trab-Israel war in
June
Hi- noted thai more than ii\e
million dollars in Israel Bonds have
already been sold this yeai to date
is Greater Miami. Ar,
"Israel is now engaged in_re-
storing its war disrupted eci no-
my." in- -aid. "At tiu- same time
the must resume agricultural and
ndustrial projects vital to greater
economic stability."
Israel Bon Is capital will also be
needed to help restore homes and
Industrial plants, towns and vil-
lages damaged or destroyed dur
ng the recent conflict, he indi-
cated, adding, "Until a peace set-
'lenient is reached, Israel must also
cope with economic problems in
the occupied areas."
In a special message, Bablii
l.eon Kronish. chairman of the
Greater Miami Israel Bond Or-
ganization, said, "Our thoughts
naturally turn to Israel at this most
(acred of all times in our calendar
in I we arc filled with the spirit of
thanksgiving that Israel prevailed
over the armies that sought to de-
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Special Memorial Services
Sunday, October 8,1967
ronduvted bt
RABBI SAMUEL GLASSMAN
TEMPLE BETH SOLOMON
10:30 A.M.
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
lEMPLE EMANU-EL
11:00 A.M.
RABBI RALPH Z. GLIXMAN
TEMPLE OR OLOM
11:30 A.M.
RABBI SOL LANDAU
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
12:00 NOON
RABBI MORRIS A. KIPPER
TEMPLE JUDEA
1:30 P.M.
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
TEMPLE MENORAH
2:00 P.M.
RABBI MORRIS W. GRAFF
TEMPLE ISRAEL
'2:00 P.M.
'(See. K)
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
CONGREGATION BETH KODESH
2:30 P.M.
For Further Information
Call MO 1-7693
Saehar To Retire is Brandeis Head
NEW YORK(JTA>Dr. Abram
I. Saehar, the founding president
of Jewish sponsored Brandeis l ni
versity, disclosed this week that
he wanted, tfl (pajgn "to leave the
Ivory foxn ile and return to the
The university board
of trustees iccepted, his^ rgqiiest
and created the post ol chancellor
loi Dr Saehar on his retirement
as president within t\>" years He
will become chancellor when a buc
cessor as pn sidenl is found.
The 68 year-old president -\
pi iin< il thai he wanted to be re
DR. ABRAM SACHAR
troy her While Israels triumph
Will be a source of comfort and
inspiration to those who love free-
dom, we realize that Israel must
now focus its attention on the
essential tasks of eeonomic prog
u -s as the foundation for a future
of peace.
"At this time ot the year, as we
prepare to rededicate ourselves to
our religious faith and our belief
in progress under freedom, so. too.
should we rededicate ourselves to
the Israel I5nnd effort as a key
instrument lor insuring an eco-
nomically secure Israel in the fu-
ture "
Chief Rabbi> Urye
Support For Bonds
JERUSALEM The Chief
Rabbis ol Israel. Issei Ye-
huda I'nterman and Yitzhak
Nissim, tins week called for
intensified support ot the Is
rael Bond drive to help li
nance Israel's economic re-
construction and develop
meiit. and urged the widest
possible participation in the
11iuli Holy Day effort lor Is-
rael Bonds
Chief Rabbi Unterman em-
phasized Ihe role of tlie Israel
Bond Organization which, he
said, "has achieved so much
in the 'ii ielopmenl ol Ihe
State 'i Uiael and which
now h
1.. toll,II
', nt

Chii I H. bbi n -ii"
ihe his'oric significat i
i id I'n i
ii Israel has just
, I. an l called i"i- increased
assistance in its di i
ol econ nine development
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lieved of his 16-hour-a-day duties
and that he hoped to spend more
time in writing and research. Un-
der his presidency the student body
has grown from 107 to more than
2 -41 mi
City College NY Alums Meet
.South Dade Chapter, a; imni
\ ialion 'd 'In i ; \ (lollege of
Ne>\ York, held a membership
meeting mi Tuesdaj evening at the
Carillon Hotel. Guest speaker was
Josh Kligermtn, director ol the
Gulf American Art Gallery
Temple 1 Greater Israel Of Miami
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1967-68 SUNDAY MORNING LECTURE SERIES
OCTOBER 1, 8, 22 AT 10 A.M.
OPENING LECTURES BY RABBI NAROT:
1 "WHERE JUDAISM DIFFERED, the text by ABBA HILLEL SILVER
The Series is available to the public for the first time.
Non-Members Registration Fee: $15, includes book
THE SERIES:
Oct 29 Dr Jacob Marcus, Professor of History. Hebrew Union College, "An Old People in a New World: The Romance of the American Jew.' Jan 28 Dr Pa.' Lehmann, U'.ion Theological S" nary-Dr Robert O Johann, S J., Loyola Seminary "Ethics."
N '. 5 A. Roy Eckhardt Professor of Religion, Lehigh University Feb. 4 Dr. David Polish Rabbi, Beth Emet, Evanston, III "The Dead Cannot Praise God."
Nov 12 Dr. G. Ernest Wright, Divinity School, Harvard University, "Types of Archaeology in the Not-So-Holy Land." Feb. 1 1 Rabbi Richard Rub<-n-Pittsburgh, author "God stein, Hillel Foundatior Living or Dead."
Nov 19 Seymour Liebman, Author, Historian. "The Jews of Mexico." Feb. 18 Rabbi Alvm Remes, Professor of Jewish Philosophy, Hebrew
No 26- Elie Wiesel. noted author "The Eternal Question of Suffering and God." Union College "Reform Jydaism as a Liberal Religion."
3 !: My Philosoohy as a Jewish Writer." The Jews of Russia."
10 Milton H i m R< tions, A Committee, "Jewish LiberalismIts Origins, Causes *nd Prospects." South Orange, N J "Reform Judaism in Israel." Mar. 17 Dr Bruno Bettel-
Dec 1 7 Rabbi Bernard Martin, Abba HHIel Professor of Jewish Studies, Western Reserve University, "Buber, Heschel, Kaplan." fteim, Director of the University of Chicago s Orthogenic School, a noted psychiatry author, "The Individual in Mass
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Volume 40
24 ELUL 5727
Number 38
70th Anniversary of
First Zionist Congress
W ry is currently cbserv-
the 70th a wry of the
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than any other in recent
Isl iry.
It was a period that saw the
"backs and achiever)
lews who cast their lot with the
destiny of the Holy Land and chose
the sacred soil when hardship was
the order of the day.
It was a period that witnessed the struggles
and growth of the movement when it was
V.v.-crys fashionable to be a Zionist.
It was a period in which White Papers
rated the hopes of thousands seeking ref-
from a holocaust unparalleled in human
experience.
And it was a period in which a courageous
lew withstood the overwhelming odds of a
Arab world to carve cut the state of
Henri's dream.
if the success of the Zionist effort was as-
sured even in the early years of the movement,
it was not because the First Zionist Congress
-.ted the goals and principles to which niost
c: them devoted their lives.
Their task was bound to succeed be
y wer<> true to ideals 'hat generations of
Jews before them incorporated into their
dreams, their prayers and their very lives.
But the men at the historic gathering in
Basle 70 years ago established th*> organ:za-
n and pioneered the movement that was to
gain in strength with each passing year until
the nation had its rightful homeland.
This has earned them the eternal gratitude
of the Jewish people.
-i(zi>wiFW[Ne*
mann completely eff the hook. He also fined
the prisoner 4,000 marks (about 51,000) to be
given to charity.
The West German -government has done
much to convince the world that it is determined
to bring to justice those Nazis whose role in
Hitler's genocide program can be proven.
The "charitable' justice of the Stuttqart
judge can go a long way towards nulhf.
these commendable efforts.
Justice and 'Charity'
The machinery of West German justice
mued churning away last week but the
sharply discordant sound of it betrayed evi-
dence that all was not well that the courts
might be falling into an old rut of providing
legalistic clemency for Nazis convicted of
massive atrocities as if they were ordinary
criminals found in any normal society.
The case involved one Albert Widmann,
who was found guilty in a Stuttgart court of
complicity in the murder of 4 000 persons. He
had also been cc ,ng pa-
human "guinea rig'' tests on prisoners at the
Sachsenhousen Goi Camp.
rnn was convicted and
Biz-and
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Probst
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Matter of Fati
itu Joseph XIson
Menorah Honors its Rabbi
On October 8 Temple Menorah will
its 18th anniversary Chai dinner. The guest I
honor will be none other than thi
own Rabbi i Abramowitz will be
formally presented with life tenure by Ih
Miami Beach congregation.
In conferring life tenure on Rabbi Abr
witz. Temple Menorah demonstrates its r, i
in a spiritual leader who has gamed res;
and admiration In the community as well as
among the congregation's membership.
In his 16 years of devoted service to Temple
Menorah congregaton. Rabbi Abramowitz has
also achieved an enviable record of communal
service in his association with the Jewish Fed-
eration, the Jewish National Fund, the Israel
Bond Organization the Jewish War Veterans
and a host of other organizations and institu-
tions too numerous to mention.
Temple Menorah may justly be proud of
its spiritual leader.
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Invest in a Peaceful Future
An intensified drive for the sale of Israel
bonds will be launched on the High Holy Davs
as 38 Greater Miami congregations join with
synagogues and temples throughout the U-
States in the traditional annual effort on behalf
of Israel's economic development.
With Israel facing increased nee-is in I
wake c:
Tgogue bone
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AIS0P
Kl'NElTKA. SyriaFrom the
Huleh Valley, up the (iolan
Heights, to this captured outpost
of Israel in-Syria. the drive is
something to remembera mobile
history lesson both bitter and in-
spiring.
The Huleh Valley is one of
those rich, fertile patches of vivid
green which Israel's knowledge
and hard work have scattered
across the tawny, once tree
Palestinian landscape. It must
have been an infuriating sight
for In Syrian-Arab soldiers, with
their parched country, rich iu
little or nothing but poisoned,
v | from the
Golan Heights the Syrians used
io fire dow i almost daily on the
kibbutzim in the alii >
tx leu
The heights are a huge mass
rising abruptly from the plain
and rearing up* ard at the end
into the far more enormous mass
of 111 Hermon. with Its summit
stHl snow-flecked in September.
ah but Harmon's summit is dun-
tolorcd. dry and rocky. Yet the
real grimness of the heights does
not derive from their harsh ter-
rain and cruel slopes.
Year by year, the Syrians had
fortified the heights with line
after line of stone-built trenches,
bunkers and concrete and stone
gun emplacements, with here nd
there a special, near self-
contained fort, as at Tell Aziziyat
and Tell Fakr. where there were
high points on the slope On a
more isolated crag, artillery' spot-
ters used the nuns of the Great
I astle of Nimrud. once a soaring
link in the strong chain of keeps
and dungeons that Bohemund of
Antioch built to protect his bor-
ders.
Such was the fearful escarp-
ment which Israeli tanks and
infantry took by storm between
II a.m. and sundown, only to
drive forward over the plateau
beyond the heights and reach Ku-
neitri before noon of the next
day It was such a feat of arms
as ha- not been seen In this gen-
eration Before the forts, leading
soldiers hurled themselves on the
barbed wire. >o that their fellows
could rush forward over their
bodies Unarmed bulldozers clear-
ed the way for tanks up slopes no
tank could normally attempt. The
fire was uch that 20 started and
five got through. Yet those five
were enough.
Having heard much and read
a little about this hardly credible
last hjttle of the war. I wanted
to find out what sort of unit and
what sort of man would dare
such odds with such seeming in-
difference. So I arranged to be
the guest for a day or so of the
1st Battalion of the Golani Bri-
gade.
"Well, you know, we had a long
score to settle." the ma tor said
cheerfully, as though that ex-
plained everything The Jeep had
mm be'-'iin to cl'mb the heights
For years our brigade was its
tioned down there he added.
vesturing downward to the rich
nlain. and wed been waiting a
lor- Um* to teach the Syrians
a lesson "
The m' rM eommam'er
my ho-- no
Tiorr thin a WrrerMioi i
f'o-n !>"- .-i G He had
the haw* fare and the dark In-
t thai yea see .i-iong
miss no single significant deta
It l*M dusk when we at last
drove into Kuneitra. where the
battalion now occupies the Sj i
ian border command's luxunon-
supply depot "So convenient.
the major said, pointing out more
than two dozen wholly undam.
ed Soviet armored personnel car-
riers in long sheds, all "liberate !
matenel." la they used to say
That evening 'having feebly r<
fused to Join a patrol which was
offered in a tone ot generous )i n
pitalityi and during the next flax
I tried to find out what made Ihi
men of mj host unit perform as
thc> h.i.l do e Thej are nj>"
reaiij
one bio I
|
triers are tshkenazim from E
i nean (< ir> :.I real
Scphard m from t i i Diaspora '
Ihe Levant. Aral; tall
ci me. j reverse "
porti 'ii Be sides t! major, Da<
i :. nee rules foi
last names), those I saw most
were in. a captain from Poland,
Aldo, another captain from Libya
and Jaci V 1 first lieutenant of .
family driven out of Alexandria
How wide the Ingathering, how
great the similarity now'" one
found oneself thinking.
For although Aldo was dark
and lithe, and I'ri was stocky
sandy-haired and blue-eyed, all
saw themselves, their battalion.
their country and their role in life
with an astonishing unity Most
were farmers or sons of artisan-
or small merchants. Half had
chosen the army as a career All
had continuously served in this
same battalion, or at least in this
same brigade. "We were one fam-
I'v having one task." said Aldo.
who. at 29. had been 11 years in
the battalion.
The battalion, its parent bri-
gade and its allied tanks had all
been hand-tailored for the task
the) all so niraculoualy perform
ed Normally stationed under the
Syrian guns to guard the Huleh
farmers, every man had come to
hanker for the chance to put those
guns out of ret ion forever S s
months each year were given,
moreover, to a grueling train In
cvele. with 'he men in the fjei.l
12 to 14 hours a day. six days
each week And the grand climax
of each training cycle had be< n
prolonged, combined maneuvers
on kit. I'armel. which hae escarp-
ments very, very like the G
Heights
"In the end. it was easier
we thought it would be. although
the Syrian foitifieations pai
our expectation David said in
a mild tone. "The Syrians u
their artillerv badly, and m->'
they ran awav when their lini s
were broken But we still ha.I .<
niee lot of hand-to-hand figh:
ing "
What then brings these men t'i
gether in such unity and strength
of puroose* First."there is th. r
r*inle's historythev teach the
Bible as th*v mieht current
events in the Israeli schools, and
Joshua's battles are problem
the staff colleee Second, there -
a love of countrv made still di i
er and "lore passionate hv nn-1
ories of the file of the Dla
in o'her countries* And '
there ;s the memorv of war: for
the older ones had been >
mesencers in Israel*! sear
jn.i,-'- ', ,. an idlv ret.
the flsmttag n 195
fo*irhl n l ' will not be easy


1
September 29. 1967
?"Jenisf Fk rkUnn
MRS. miUON GREEN
1. IUUS ARKIN
Green, Arkin Receive
I Federation Awards
Mrs. Milton (Harriet) S. Green
an.I I.. Jules Arkin have been se-
lected as co-recipients of the 1967
residents' Leadership Award of
the Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration.
In announcing the award, Leon
Kaplan, Federation president,
pointed out that "the award is
presented, when merited, on an
annual basis; its aim is to recog-|
niM young people who have given j
outstanding service to Federation,:
its agencies and to the entire
Jewish community The award.:
span tared by the current and past,
presidents: of Federation, was in
itiatiii in 1957 This is only the;
second year it has been given to1
two recipients.-'
Mrs. Green, of Coral Gables, is
vice president of the Federation'
<>! Jewish Women, and is president
o( the Pioneer Women. Greatei
Miami Council She is a vice pres
ident of the Zionisl Council oi
So ith Florid* has been an area
i irman foi l nited Fund, and
has I een active in the Girl Scouts
among other organizations.
trkin. an attorney on Miami
!'., ,,. is a member ol Federa
executive committee and
chairman ol its bud !el com-
mit', t He Is a past presidenl of
thi Miami Bench Kiwanw Club,
i "rinn tthe CJA Lawyers Di
vision, and treasurer of the sus-
taming board of fellows of Mount
Sinai Hospital In addition, Arkin is
cha-'rman of the I ty of Miami
Bi a Soci il Ser\ ices A h Isory
Boat
a*, '^p rertoients ol the award,
both Mrs. Green and Arkin will
receive a grant to attend the gen-
eral assembly of the Council of
lev.i-h Federations and Welfare
Funds which is being held in Cleve-
land this November. The award is
underwritten by past presidents of
Federation.
On their return from the assem-
hly, which will be attended by-
Jewish communal leaders from
over 200 communities in the United
States and Canada, they will re-
port to a number of groups includ-
ing Federation's executive com-
mittee.
Previous winners of the presi-
dents' leadership award are Mrs
Sue Stevens, Martin Fine, Marshall
S. Harris. Daniel Neal Heller.
Norton S. l'allot. Sam Luby. Jr.
Mr- Howard J. Trinz and Harry
B. Smith.
Israel Moves On
Growing Arab Terror
Continued from Page 1-A
for all th* weapons were found
in the search of the cave.
In another search operation in
the Nablus irea, two local Arabs
ere arrested for possession ol a
machinegun, a submachinegun, ex-
plosives and ammunition.
Another gang, members of the
El Fatah terrorist organization,
was captured over the weekend in
the hilly regions of the wesl bank
The men confessed to having in-
filtrated from Jordan a few days
igo. They asserted that the Jor-
lanian authorities had aided and
armed them.
The Arab town of Nablus was
placed under a 5 p.m. 7 a.m. cur-
few following the arrest there of
| i number of El Fatah men and
the shooting of two Arab police-
men. Nablus was described as a
Jordan-inspired "center of dis-
obedience."
One group of El Fatah men was
, captured while sleeping in a cave
i near Jenin after having crossed
lover from Jordan. They had
Chinese-made submachineguns. ba-
zookas and other weapons.
In East Jerusalem, the Israeli I
authorities struck at the fountain-
head of Arab resistance to Israeli
administration, arresting Sheikh
Abdul Hamid E.'-Sayeh, a member
ilem Moslem religi< cenl ing A
*vh i i ently proclaime l
himself pi I oi Ihe court and
Hi h Coun
him to Jordan
ii lei th emergencj
Sa> eh .i a natory to a
ik not to rei
ity. He w as als ac-
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American Jews Gain New Self-Respeet
Bv AARON KAHAN
Executive Director State of Israel Bonds
net! ikeniu
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measure a tuade appear -
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rha i people, a fa th.
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ire aorj ha de ech-
aafo-.y By v.rtuc af twentieth cen-
bbtj people
ar v rain oser reach of
each :.i they more I
affet mi' another's welfare. I:
Meknolofgr hn> IrwHkaad 'he hase
af a i ..-o MaaaRtad war
ahne-r rneanmgiaaa eomoieteiv an
relai d I aorale
Technical warfare dp** not re-
f tie wfM to *qht and -he
soar** to ofiKti on* o*Ji*v*s in
no caus* *or whtch an* is *ipht-
n*, scientific
srow-ss # an* country
t*o sc.antific p of
iMfi |, paw a4l
* ntde** no iM(io- at
TH* Jw is not tfi* only oeoole
with a history, cutture, a 'atth.
a tradition, except that his spirit
is uniou. as *vry aooaxe with
a background of such depth is in
its way unipu*. Thas n*w took of
tho J*w cauid never hove hap-
pened before th*r* was *n Israel.
regardless how many Ensfems
the Jews produced. It coufd aniy
happen when th* Jew was chal-
*.T*d as a human being, r*.
ipondod as a human be in* in a
way that every on* would like to
timh that -h*y would have re-
spond**! had Mtpy be*n thus ch*-
lonopd
A4*0W VAN4M
I fviro-
1 Ruaaia, PoUnd. Ru-
nania who largely made
brae! what I raa ..-..: .r must
hav had substance to have pro-
nieed the .jenerauon of the Six-
Day War if fa* rears, tne- ftajaal
can :-\ could recite land
died know-
g Hw it vasn t his fatfcuiJ he
was referriog to he suddenly dis-
eevered that ban -n fathers- death
had mean as. ft raa worth their
The
:r wh:-
,- .uehe
Dme '"
irds i-. have m
nna Aside 'root I
mitor an idt IIm
if the >n' to whom I
poaea il b lh< theeiaelve*
\ whatever degree it wan valid The
early p meer largely came to l5
ol to be Rood Jewa bl to
r Jews Thej aurcecded I"
an extent thai ewer) .lew
. me the more free hi iaalt, approaeh it
hi- argument haa b> Israeli own |hrllt.|mill
fortuitous development been tin
dered weak. There haa ix-en an-
other r.il! for Aliyah all through
he irs this i : e emanating from
American Jewish leaden Such
eaBa aara not oinlj ill baaed but
tnaincere. Few
exhortations .ire more holloi* than
the admonition to do-as-I-jy-and-
notas-1-do
'.
~ r ire aaaaat*amil
rlinc
I | i i r a
.'-I on a K"i
i the ou-h j;
i fM > >~> '"dv miaaioi
i,n i fmHin miaaioa it araa
ipi of the an
.....i ii sti pilgrlaiaaja In a
, ,, it waan't a loaf bol a home
nmtoi Ilka raaajlj Saaat al
,,m. i indn 'i i 11'' '' '-' '",-
pli ,i im \> in. h "i" i" uld ee the
lm 1.1 ti;it i< i mi tin' manner in
. hi. h the \ni. in .in Jew can be--
M th* Israeli call for Aliyah is
ineffectual *nd th* Amprican in-
sincere, how will American Ali-
yah. to vital to Israel, ever be
achieved?
the Roah ila*hnna
litursy. Iherc ia .i phra.^* of the
propheta wined i^ poangaarty re
rwat.d"And He -hall turn th.-
hearts of the parents to the chil
Inn and the hearts of children to
heir parent- Thi- was perhaps
be greatest n:iracle of al! the
unity nl pun>ose of >"une and old
the golden rh iin of tradition which
tied the pa-t t- the present, the
present to the future and for one
tlorious hour ma Perhaps we ran e\tend that bou:
md l-t it rjee meaning and ub-
tanea to the year and years ahead
Modern larad ataa ^X yean ir
coming The ear 5727 is only one
-*" included. *r^ innocent by-
standers.
It was Morsenrhau who said in
'-^ v ,:. faraal eea hi Wt
Liben* on. T ha- wnawl 'he
taata d raapeet aaM
th a
[.. -^,, I )! phieh -he
aaaaaaj paa>aae-war Var haa spaa
The ia- ;r ail Je-rs ,s i
e way
is the i
-h- impulse .-or ,. ,.r
r* the human >- it
- nder ?d
aanag
it this in the Six-Da Tear
jelled their victor;
i have a

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rastfl
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pie jevcrroyed-
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s
This s *' a -ewsh srorv
i i hwman stev and o*!"
-.nan e*tna tr* moved z i
iO.r-- which has n*id them to-
i*i*-r for 7.COt) *a>-s and *hev
^*e as on* >? s an ep<< sr*r
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\chirq a arvr*r into a
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t*r locks and a oeised UnJ
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whe :s -".eeer esw-
pta*-* we* 'eras, taeaaae -^*re hi
*>:-;* hnry .>nw war hat -e-
wt_ itwurk then- R*
Hofaes was hreatunf aw* t*y
hrhags ar u> the tttrd leaseaa
at* thi a- '" .LksssiJ to the Jew
hwt i rs ? heakjart ani-ee-
I i -he ar&nale or- *he Geaaale
to the J>w asd the effect ef rh
i

a BaWr :
oaten for
I i -Tie-' i"
adh The S Da* #' -d* a banc
awferer-c* a -d it will ntfr a*
t* sam*an^ *v- American
Jew pppoei It H> haw* ithm*; to
dp w'th a- echno'oqv ar th*
wwn **McSt ns* isrsaets
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Vandals Desecrate
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Jewish Cemetery
WASHINGTON (JTA)- Police
in Hyattsville, Md., a suburb of
Washington, arc investigating an
attach by vandals on Mt. Lebanon
jewtah i'emotery that resulted in
,i,i in age to and desecration of 37
headSUNIM. Two of the larger head-
stoneJ were broken in half. Empty
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cemetery grounds. Damage was
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A previous vandal assault on the
same cemetery took place on June
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.,iul cost about $19,000 to repair.
x,\ent>-two headstones were then
knocked down or defaced.
Authorities noted that the two
ill Mirations of the Jewish ceme-
tery occurred in a span of about
three months, with no damage done
to nearby non sectarian and Chris
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conclusion that ;:n anti-Semitic mo-
live existed The cemetery hi >np
,i the Washington area's largest
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enrolled as a freshman at
liva Collegp, New York
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o! liberal arts and sciences of
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medical student, follows
in the footsteps of three others
_.n his family who have grad-
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tk of schools.
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Friday, & pi ml er 29
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EDUCATION TURMOIL
Teachers Becoming Aware Of Their Status
By EDWARD COHIN
The teacher turmoilis it a
Jewish issue? It may seem to he
straining for an article even to
raise the ques-
tion but in the
big citiesespe-
cially New York
there are over
tones of anti-
Semitism in the
ostensible con-
flict over wages
and control of
discipline in the
classroom. And,
Wmm COOT* nationally, there
is more than meets the casual eye
scanning the headlines about wage
demands.
| themselves, that is what they real-1 tive few whose education nave
!y are) resemble the other Amer- 'hem some independence, are hard
ican trade unions in that they do 'y valid today. And, thus, like most
not represent the oppressed classes of M who fill Jbs in today's so
Hit another vested interest seeking I ciety. the teachers are part of the
o keep the blacks down. The social i working class. And not a very
dcalists of the '30s now seem in- privileged part either, when one
[eoisie that m valid in the loth
century the comparative few
(hose education (in sports) gives
hem economic independence.
tcrested in protecting their status,
ind this must be at the expense of
he minority.
There's a turnabout in the cross-
ing of teacher picket lines by-
students and parents in Harlem
and other depressed areas of New
York. Two years ago. most teach-
ers went through similar lines
thrown up by civil righters in their
boycott of segregated schools: now
it's the turn of Negro and Puerto
Rican to show their displeasure
with the white school establishment
as represented by the teachers'
unionmost nf this taking place
in still-segregated schools.
Just as so many slum landlords
and shopkeepers appear to be Jews
in the big cities, so the teachers
in New York's schools take on that
coloration. Without a statistic at
hand, there's little doubt that in a
city with the largest Jewish popu
lation in the world a great many
Jews, particularly those from an
The puzzling thing is that most
)f the press
ialists. the
!-awrences, etc.. are still confused
ibout what REALLY is the status
)f the teacher today. They persist
n perpetuating the myth that the
eacher is a "professional" and
leery the militancy of the day as
"unprofessional" conduct. It re-
minds me of my younger days as
i newspaperman when a great
xrson and writer. Heywood Broun,
>egan to organize reporters into
the American Newspaper Guild.
How the publishers triedin order
to keep newspapermen from the
picayune benefits of NRAto have
us classified as "professionals"!
'In order to avoid a five-day, 40-
hour week and a minimum wage
of about $1 an hour!). Enough re-
porters believed it to make this
still a low-pay "profession" and
one of the least attractive to grad-
uates of Schools of Journalism
And for far too many years the
teachers have fallen for the myth
and look where they are.
Well, it may have been true that
before the days of mass college
education and high wages for truck
drivers, the learned teachers bad
status role in our society. Since
reads that in New York City moth-
ers of slum families are being
trained as child-care aides at Day
Centers with starting salaries of
$5,400exactly what a startin
pundits, the edito- [ teacher in Broward
Mindlins, getting before they decided upon
mass resignation.
So, here we Jews go again. Since
lewish teachers are in the van-
iiard for higher wages, closing
the schools in New York City to
jet their demands, they are blam-
ed by the blacks of that city for \
he low quality of education. Not >
County"" was I' < "*0' J B "fiL10?? "1
New Jersey, the School Board
election hinged on the charge that
the Jews were too liberal with tax
money for education Thanks to,
Feclci'ilU'd Stores VAVS Trophy to Mrs. Brown Veteran* Administration Voluntary
Services. First recipient of the tro-
.^Iilllll*ri*lllt*Ilt Sllil't ''" ""' flr^ ''"l( '" ""' history phy wis Mrs. Nat Brown, president
& I of the National Ladies' Auxiliary, of the Department of Florida,
Department stores. Jewish War Veterans of the United JWVA, "for outstanding leadership
States, a trophv was presented for in VAVS Hospital activities.
education conscious but low-income .,
background, entered the teaching ho "d ofuWorld uWar "."h the
profession in great numbers in the "<*" hoRfn the" lo^nc siru*'
years before World War II Teach for ^My w'Jh other wage
ing jobs offered security and """".s it s been all down hill for
status and, since getting the jobs hom: lhcv not onlv lost s,a,us'
was often a matter of political in-
fluence, both the Jews and Irish
in the large cities like Chicago.
New York and Philadelphia had
the power to pull the strings nec-
essary to be appointed in the '30's.
Teachers, in those days, were in
over-abundance.
thev weren't even paid as well as
nolicemen.
To the proponents
Power, the militant
unions (for whatever
What the teacher is beginning to
'inderstandalthough most reluc-
tantlyis that their American
middle class dream doesn't exist
at all. The old definitions of the
bourgeoisie as owners of capital, or
of Black the petty bourgeoisie as small
teachers' oroperty ownets. and the profes
they call Community Memorial Prayers
STAR OF DAVID
No, friends, the real "profes
ionals" in our society are Willie Gov. Kirk, the people of Florida
Mays and Mickey Mantle, Jack mid Dadc County are wrestling
Nicklaus, Muhammad Ali, Steve I with the same possibilitiestoo
Spurrieryou name the bonus little for teachers, too much for:
babies and you come up with the education, and too little quality of!
definition of the professional bour- both. Somebody has to In- blamed.
ERNEST W. MICHEL, director
o! the Western States Region
of the United Jewish Appeal
since 1958, has been appoint-
ed a consultant to the fund-
raising department of the
Fonds Social Juif Unifie, cen-
tral French lewish communal
lization.
Inc., headquartered in Cincinnati,
Ohio, the parent company of Bur
'line's, announced this week a ma-
jor reorganization of its top man-
agement.
Kalph Lazarus, S3, president, is
the new chairman of the board,
mcceeding his father, Fred Laza-
rus. Jr., who continues as a direc-
tor and chairman of the executive
committee.
Paul Sti'.ht, 49, vice chair
man of the board, is the new
president.
Maurice Lazarus. 51. remains as
vice chairman of the hoard, a di-
rector and member of the executive
committee.
Ralph Lazarus will continue as
chief executive officer and Mr.
Sticht will be chief operating offi
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Jewish Community Marks Rosh Hashona
Continued from Page 2-A
Temple Adalh Yeshurun, 1052
NE Miami Gardens Dr.. will hold
weekend services on Friday eve-
ning at 8:15 p.m.. and Saturday at
8:45 a.m. with the Bar Mitzvah of
Sh'art Delafuonte celebrated dur-
ing the morning. Rabbi Milton
Schlinsky and Cantor Harry Sterl-
ing will officiate, and will continue
to do so throughout the High Holy
Days observance. Rosh Hashona
w ill be ushered in on Wednesday at
6:30 p.m.. with further services
on Thursday ;.nri Friday morning,
Oct. 5 and 6. al 8 p.m. Sermon the
first day will be the 'The Im-
possible Dream." with the topic on
the ..second day asking What
Now' '
Cuban Hebrew Congregation of
Miami, Inc. 1242 Washington Ave.,
will have Rabbi Dow Rozencv.aig
and Cantor Usher Doppelt conduct
ing the regular weekend services
on Friday evening at 7 p.m.. and
Saturday at 9 a m. They Will also
conduct the High Holy Days sche-
dule with Rosh Hashona ushered in
on Wednesday al <> 30 p.m. First
and second days are slated for
Thursday, Oct 5 and Friday, both
in the morning at 8 p m
*
Tifereth Israel. 6500 N Miami
Ave will have Rabbi Ralph Carmi
and Cantor Albert Glantz officiat-
ing a) regular and High Holy Days
services throughout the weekend
and the \e\v Year Sermon topic
on Friday. 8:15 p.m. will bo The
Good Way Rabbi Carmi will talk
on 'The Portion of the Week" at
the 9 am. Saturday services, with
"Hi Cash Values" the sub
ject of his midnight Selichot ser-
mon Rosh Hashona will be launch-
ed at 7 p.m. services on Wednes-
day, with services and a sermon
on Awakening scheduled tor
Thursdaj at 8 p.m. Junior Con
tion sen i es will be held at
11 a m and the day's final session
at 7 p.m Rabbi Carmi will ask
"Who Makes the New Year" dur-
um the Friday, Oct 6, observance,
Junior ion sen
n slate-! for 11 a m
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A cantata in the Penitential n
"The i lontrite Heart." u ill be pre-
sented .it Temple Beth El, 1351
South 1 Hollywood, on
Friday at 8:15 p.m., with Dr -
i'ol Z Jafle, rahb, of Beth ''.!.
offJciatin | During 11 a in
on Saturdav. Franklin, son of Mr.
and Mrs Harvey R Horowitz will
observe his Bar Mitzvah. Dr. Jnffc
will launch 'he New York obser-
vance on Wednesday, Oct 4 at
8:15 p.m.. continuing on Thursday
at 10 am His first day comment
will be on "Our Commitment to
America.'' followed by "Our Com-
mitment to Israel" on the second
day.
Theme for Rosh Hashona ser-
vices it Beh David Congregation,
2626 SW 3rd Ave., will be "Towards
Self-Discovery and Renewal." Rab-
bi Sol l.andau and Cantor William
W Lipson will officiate in the
sanctuary, and the choir will par-
ticipate under the direction of
Albert Sussman Nathan Zeichner
will blow the shefar Friday ser
vices in the chapel will be held at
6 p.m. and the Bar Mitzvah of
Neil, son of Mr. and Mrs Herman
Bretan will be celebrated during
the 9 a.m. services on Saturday.
Mincha is at 6:30 p.m. The High
Holy Days will be launched on
Wednesday it 7 p.m. Thursday.
Oct. 5. will have services in the
morning at 8 and evening at 7,
with Friday slated for 8 a.m. Ser
mon topics will include "Man in
Rebellion." "The New Israel
David and Goliath.' "Religious
Values in Transmutation.'' and
"The God of Our Children." Youth
services for those 13 to 17 will be
held in the Herbert F. Seller
Chapel at 10 a.m. on both days,
conducted by Bob Rosen, assisted
by members of the I'SY chapters
For the 8 to 12-year old group
services will be held in the social
hall at 10 a.m. on both days Saul
Rabin, educational director, will
officiate. Story for children 5 to 7,
will be conducted by the religious
chool teachers, assisted by USY
members, and held in the Youth
Lounge both Thursday and Friday,
e e a
Rosh Hashana services will be
launched at Beth Solomon Con-
gregation, 50 NW 51st PI., on Wed-
m iday evening at 7. Rabbi Samuel
Glassman will officiate and deliv-
er the sermons during the High
Holy Day observances, and Joseph
Kalisky will serve as Baal Shachris.
Schedule on Thursday, Oct. 5. calls
for morning services at 8 a.m.. and
evening prayer' at 7 p.m. Friday.
Oct 6, session is slated for 8 a.m.

Temple Beth Sholom, 4144
Chase Ave.. Miami Beach, will
usher in wcck"nd services on Fri-
ady at 8:15 p.m. Sermon for the
evening. "Heart. Soul and Might."
will be delivered by Rabbi Daniel
Fransel. The Saturday 10:45 ser
vices will include the Bar Mitzvah
>] Mark Steven son ol Mr, and
Mrs Stanley Levinson. Cantor
David Conviser and the choirs will
chant the musical portions of the
services, continuing the Bosh
Hashona observances at the Beach
temple, Dr Leon Kronish. rabbi
of Beth Sholom. will build his ser-
mons around the general theme,
'Each Jew Must Confront ."
luring the High Holy Days to be
launched on Wednesday, at 8:15
p.in. with further observances
slated for Thursday and Friday at
0:15 a.m. For the evening talk on
Oct. 4, Dr. Kroni-h will complete
his theme with "... His People."
on Oct. 5. His God." and
finally. His Past." on Oct 6.
delivered by Rabbi Franzel Back-
ground material for the series is
fro-n "At the Western Wall" by
Elie Wiesel
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Rabbi David Rosenfeld and Can-
in- Ben Zion Kirschenberg will
conduct weekend services and the
Rosh Hashona observance at Beth
Moshe Congregation, 13630 W D id)
ll-.vy. Friday schedule is set for
8 10 p in., with Saturdav ser
nid-
rhe High Holy '
ushered in on Wedne p.m.
k bbi r rmon dui
the 8 a in Thui -
Oct, 5. will be "Repent.' Daj eon
dudes at 7 p m T ipic foi 11 idaj
8 a.m., will be "Return."
"Preparing for Sanctity" will be
subject of Rabbi Solomon Schiff's
sermon on Saturday morning. 9
a m at Congregation Beth El, 500
SW 17th Ave Evening services on
Friday are slated for 6:45 p.m..
and Mincha on Saturday for 6:30
p.m.. with the Selichot observance
to be held at midnight. The Rosh
Hashona observances will be
launched at the Orthodox congre-
gation on Wednesday at 6:45 p.m.
Rabbi Schiff will preach on "A
New Year" during the 8:30 a.m.
services Thursday, with the day-
concluding at 6:45 p.m. prayers. On
Friday. Oct. 6. Rabbi Schiff has
-elected the topic, "Mending Our
Ways, for the 8:30 a.m. sermon.
e
Selichot night will be introduced
at The Israelite Center, 3175 SW
25th St., with a 10 p.m. social hour
on Saturday, followed by an "Ask
the Rabbi" session at 11 and serv-
ices at midnight Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin and Cantor Nathan Parnasa
will ofiiciate at the centers High
Holy Days observance to be launch-
ed with 6:30 p.m. mincha services
on Wednesday. First day of Rosh
Hashona will be ushered in during
8 am services on Thursday, with
Rabbi Drazin posing the question,
A Dialogue" With Whom?" at his
10:15 a.in. sermon, to he followed
by the sounding of the shofar.
Mincha evening services are slated
for 6:30. For the 8 a.m. services on
Friday. Oct. 6, the rhetorical ques-
tion. "Who Am 1?" will be asked
at 10:15 a.m.. again followed by
the blowing of the shofar.
Rabbi Alfred Waxman will con-
duct the High Holy Day services
at Temple Zion, 8000 Miller Rd .
ushering in the Rosh Hashona ob-
servance Wednesday at 7:15 p.m.
Morning and evening sessions. 8:30
and 7:15. will be held on Thursday,
Oct. 5. and services on Friday.
Oct. 6. are slated for 8:30 a.m.
Rabbi Maxwell Berger will dis-
CU8S "Constructive Judasim" dur-
ing Friday evening services, 8:15
p.m.. at Temple Zamora, 44 Zamora
Ave. Coral Gables. Topic for Sat-
urday. 8:45 a.m.. services will be
'Scriptural Lesson." and the Seli-
chot sermon at midnight will ad-
monish. "Relent and Repent."
Cantor Seymour Hinkcs will chant
the liturgical portions of the ser-
vices, and of the Rosh Hashona
observance to be ushered in on
Wednesday. For the 6:30 p.m. ses-
sion, Rabbi Berger'S theme will be
"The Pages in Your Diary." The
High Holy Days continue on Thurs-
day, Oct. 5, and Friday, at 8 a.m.,
with "Dialogue Between Cod and
Man" the sermon topic for the
morning i nd "The Symphonj
of Life" the message for the second
daj
Hallandale Jewish Center, 126
128 NE First Ave.. Hallandale, will
hold Fridaj services at 8 p.m., and
Saturdav services at 9 a.m. Max
J. Weita will conduct the sessions
and deliver a sermon on "Reflec-
tion-" Friday evening. Mr Weitz
will also conduct the High Holy
Day observances being ushered
n on wedn ssday at 7:30 i> m .
assisted by Cantor H. Hymanson
"The Days of Awe" will be the
Rc-h Hashona topic on Thursday.
Oct. 5. and "Souls of the Bhofar"
will be the sermon subject on
Friday. Services both days will
begin at 8:45 a.m.
m *
The High Holy Days" will be
the subject of the "Ask the Rabbi"
ion on Fridaj. 8:15 p.m .
Congregation B'nai Raphael, 1401
\w On Saturday, during
1 a.m services. Rabbi Charles M
Rubel will officiate at the
ah of Steven, -on ol Mr and
i. bu Boi nsti I '
Len i r the
musical portions of the week I
sei tices and part i ihbi
Rubel in the Higl Days be
ushered in on Wedi < lay at
7 |i m. Sen i> es on 1 and
Friday. Oct 5 and >>. are scheduled
to begin at 7:30 a m., with the
1 sermon to be heard al 10 30 a m.
For his topic the first morning.
Rabbi Rubel has chosen Bricks
and Stones." On the second day.
he will talk on "The Challenge of
the Day
First Selichot services at Sephar-
die Jewish Center, 645 Collins Ave ,
will be conducted by Rev Cantor
Sadi Nahmias on Saturday at mid-
night. Rosh Hashona will be usher-
ed in at the 7 p.m. Mincha service
on Wednesday at 7 p.m. For his
message on the first of the High
Holy Days, Thursday. 8 a.m., Rev
Nahmias has chosen the topic
"Faith Only Through Sacrifice
"Lifting Our Sights" will be the
ubject of his second-day talk on
Friday, with services again sched-
uled to begin at 8 a.m.
*
Celebration of the congregation's
16th anniversary will be part of
the observance of Rosh Hashona at
Agudath Israel Hebrew Institute,
7801 Carlyle Ave. Cantor Morris
Fruchter ol Miami Beach has been
engaged to help mark the occasion
and will chant the Selichot services
on Saturday at 12:30 p.m. Spiritual
leader of the Modern Orthodox syn
agoguc. Dr Isaac Hirsh Ever, has
chosen "The Ifidnight Pardoning
Prayers" as his subject for the ob-
servance. Weekend services are
scheduled for Friday evening at 7.
and Saturday at 8:30 a.m. At 6:30
p.m on Saturday. Dr Ever will de-
liver the final lecture of the season
on -The Ethic- ot our Fathers
The synagogue will usher in Ro-h
Hashona with service- starting at
7:15 p m on Wednesday. On Thurs-
day, Oct. 5. the first day of the
New Year, during the 8 a.m. ses-
sion. Dr. Ever will preach on
Rosh HashonaA Universal Out-
look and Demonstration of the
Plight of Humanity. Cantor Fruch-
ter will offer the musical portions
of the liturgy, and 6:45 p.m. Mincha
will be followed by the ceremony
of Tashlich with a procession leav-
ing the synagogue at 7 p.m. Friday.
Oct. 6. the second day of Rosh Ha
shona, will begin at 8 a.m. Dr
Ever's topic for the morning will
be "Rosh HashonaA Challenge in
the Age of Space Mincha is slated
for 7:15 p.m.
For the Rosh Hashona ohserv
ancc at Temple Ner Tamid, 79th
St. and Carlyle Ave.. Dr Eugene
I.about?, spiritual leader of the
congregation, and Cantor Edward
Klein will be assisted by the Ner
Tamid choii under the direction ol
Leon Shift Regular Fridaj si
Ices are slated foi 6 30 P 01 Dl
ing sen ices on Satur lay al
a.m.. and the Selichot prayers at
11 30 p m For the Hi| h Ho \ Days
to be ushered in on Wednesdaj at
: 45 p m Dr Labov itz h; chi
tlie topic, "This Yeai in Jcrusa
Icm." for his 8 a.m. sermon on
Thursday Evening .....ices
-lated for ii 4;"> p.m Theme ol the
Fridaj i; a.m observance will be
The Rebuilding of the Wall
Rabbi David Raab will officiate
at 'h,- weekend seivices to be h
at Temple Beth Rapha?l, 1545Jcl
,erson Ave on Fi idaj at 8 10 p m .
and Saturday al V, 30 a.m. For his
morning sermon, Rabbi Raab will
discn-- Preparing for the R
Holy Daj I. chedule starts
at 6:45 p.m., with Selichot service;
slated for 11 30 p m The II.. h
Ho!; Days will be a hered in on
Wednesday, t. 3d p m .and
Ro-h Hashona observance will ,
linue on Thursday and Friday, Ocl
5 and ti. al 8 a m R ibbi i:
themes will be "Finding Fa
Faithfully and lew rj
i iks at [srai
hoi sei \ ees al Temple B nal
Shoiom, 275 NW 189th SI I
>n Saturdaj al 12:01
I e i ducted bj Rj hhi \ ,.
M, i assel, Ih [pie's new
11 h Holy I
will red in on Wedne
i intn
shona ob ervance on rhui -
5, at a in. and II 30 p
Friday, Oct ti. at ti a m.
Friday. Oct. 8, al it a m Friday
evening services, Sept. 29, will in-
clude the Bas Mitzvah of Sandy,
ighter oi Mr. and Mrs. j( ;-,\
Idler. Cantor Lester Chananiewill
assist at all services
Dr. Herbert M Raumgard will
reveal Questions Christians Always
Ask Me" during Fridaj services
starting al 8:30 p.m.. at Temple
Beth Am. 5950 Kendall Dr On Sat
urday. Jill, daughter of Mr and
Mr- Charles Brooks, will be Baa
Mitzvah during the 11:18 a m sen
ices. In the evening, the temple i-
sponsoring a dance and the dedi
cation ol the social hall to be fol
lowed at midnight bj candlelight
Selichot service Cantor Michael
Kyrr and the temple choir will
chant the musical portions of the
weekend services and the Rosh Ha
shona observance to be launched
on Wednesdaj at 8:30 p.m Rabbi
Baumgard has chosen -The Gods
Men Live By" as Ins sermon topic
for the evening Pulpit guests in-
clude Alan Sassier, George .Malm.
Dr. Maxwell Dauer and Joseph \lt
schuller, 'Man Instinct to Kill
will be explored at the 10 a.m
service on Thursday. Oct. 5 Join
mg Dr. Baumgard on the pulpit
Will be Barton Udell, William
Sanes, Herman Feldman and Mi
Chad Clein At 2 p.m., there will be
a children's service, and at 3.30
pni. the morning service will be
repeated. Seated on the pulpit will
be Dr. Erwin Lesser, Herbert Dub
bin, Bernard Goodman : Mis.
Juliet Burk
Temple Menorah, 620 7;th St.,
will launch the holiday with mid-
night Selichot services on Satur-
day Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz will
officiate throughout the Rosh Ha
shona observance with Can'or Nico
Feldman chanting the li'iraical
portions of the schedule. Evening
services on Wednesday, which will
usher in the High Holy Da, will
be held at 7:15. On Thursday. Oct.
5. the 9:30 a.m. service 111 in-
clude a sermon bj Rabbi Afaramo-
witz on "The Source of All Cour-
age Day concludes with 7:15 p.m.
prayers "I, A RabbiYou. A Con-
gregant" will be Rabbi Abramo
wits' topic during the services on
Friday. Oct 6, beginning it U 30
a m.
Regular weekend Mrviees will
b, held al The Hebrew Academy,
24IHI Pinetree Dr Miami leach,
Fridaj al 7 p m and Sa urday
i ., n R ibl Alexander Gt oss
lc and w dl conduct the
obs >rvance to
m w ednesday al P m.
top i .11 be Our Re-
.!.,., .: MUSi
. ol the liturgy vv.ll be chanted
Murraj Berlwwit?
on Thursday f> 5, -
at 8 a m with
, rv ces at 7 n v
e\i ning observance Rabbi
'Sell Re-
ition -
es oi iday
I it 8 a in.
Beth Torah Congregation 1051
V Miami Be.nli Blvd.. w. isher
ii. weekend services on Fridaj al
6 i m D iring Saturday 8 M a m.
sen <1 Larry, son of M- Joan
Rosenman. ami leffrejj, sot of Mr.
. nd Mrs Nal Siesser, w ill Bar
\i a. h. is schi for
?:30 p ro and midnighl liten-
- .'. ill be COttdu te by
Dr Mas \ l.ip-i hits, witi antor
Jacob J lien/, r, assisted the
iliai the
li ins of the Mi-er\ -
15 p i] ed
will Ik' followed
a sec pi esented by
Dr I t the High I
Rosh lia-hona will
launched dui i 8:30 | n
I ii ling
ri :.r. I I
and i> Schedule I :h dav
Ices to l" 7 30 a m. with
the Torah" al B 10,
sermon al 10 and -oimdim, >f the
shofar al 10:45 a.m Mincha ierv-
t II !> held at 8 SO pm For bis
I hem* Dr LipsehifS has se-
"Would You Believe
God Reallj l ives?" ami in his
etond he will present "The Impos-
sible Dream- of the TuP'od I In
Generation" Auxiliary Bosh Ha
shona services will sponsored
bj Beth Torah al Wometco 163rd
si Theatre m Thursday a d Fri-
ll ,v Schedule will be the tame
*
Weekend ind High Holy Dav
services at Younq Israel of Great-
er Miami, fl'MI \K 171st St, will
lie conducted by Rabbi Naftali Po-
rush Friday services will be al
7 p m and during the 9 am Sat
urdaj services Rabbi Porusti will
deliver a -ermon on "Paint Your
self a Picture Mincha i- dated
for 7 p in Rosh Hashona observ-
ances will be launched on W*dnc
laj al 7:30 p.m.. continuing on
Thursday, Ocl 5 at 7 30 a m and
7:30 p in and Friday. Oct. 6. at
5 10 in
Rabbi David I.ehrtield tstl] ot:
elate at the (tosh Hashona observ-
ances to be held at Knetetb Israel,
1415 Euclid Ave with Cantor Anra
i Sen in charge of the musical
Chanting The High Holy Days will
begin al the orthodox synagogue
during the Wednesday, oct 4, 8:30
p.m. services, continuing through
Thursday at 8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m ,
and Friday, Ocl 6 at 8 a m.
Continued on Page 12-A
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TKr.EE EXECUTIVES of an Isi
my Ltd.. Tel Aviv
month Iran ssion at the Cora
I Co. of Mian itives ai
.::-.:!: Dan Moskovitz. production superintendent oi hV
'A firm; Moehe W i lies and administra iv
;:: and Amiel Brow icmager. Hi > traini is
.. is i preparation for t i of Isra
'ola bottling plcnt ii :' A
Member Art Shoiv At Beth Sholom
Am al members art exhibition
sponsored by T* mple Beth Sholom
\rt (. mmittee is scheduled to ojwn
l:ui... ;n the I.owc I.evinscn Iteth
Sholi Art Gallery following eve-
nini "rvices a; the temple Mrs
Davit Dmcker is chairman of the
ail v imittcc.
vr Seymour Silvcrman. Si-trr
hood president, and the members
ol !' poop, vill host the Oiick
Shatobat in honor of the occasion.
Judges who selected the paint-
ings ami tculptmes to be shown
m Reyes Youngennsn, president.
Artists Equity Asm of Miami
Beech, and Boris Paul, art critic
ol the Miami Beach Sun.
The gallery is open every d. y
from il to 5. and on Sundays Irons
! to 12 noon. The exhibition will be
in view for "hree weeks.
Mlkim \\ ams l\
On Direcl Talks
Continued from Page 1-A
would "establifh conditions of
peaceful coexistence."
While stressing that Israel's
prop sals would be "viable
and ( uitable and compatible w ith
the honor and legitimate interests
j the Arab Kates, the Israel For-
M nistei insisted that peace
an be made only through direcl
R olyin 10a statement by Soviet
I'oto.jn Minister Andrei Gromyko
Ic nanding the withdrawal of' |>-
forces irom areas it occu-
during the Six Day War, Mr.
Eban charged that the Soviet posi-
tion said in effect: "The best way
tu promote peace is to restore the
'ondition.s "Inch have led to war."
Mr Gromyko, he pointed out.
lid iv l s iggesl any modification of
xtremisl Ar.tb policies or appeal
for an end ol belligerency, lor the
right ot free navigation for Israel's
hips and cargoes or tor nego-
tiations.
Addressing the same session of
the Assembly, Syrian delegate
George Tomoh said thai Israel's
plans lor settlements in the occu-
pied ares, which he called Arab
territory, showed that Israel scorn-
ed international law.
Hi- Warned tt'at unless Israeli
action and "neo-Nazism" were
'condemned and redressed'" by
the United Nations and "interna-
tional banditry and genocide" rec-
ognized and denounced, peace
would be endangered all over the
world.
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El Miami Beach
["< pii \ Rosh Hashona theme "The Place of the
s> nagogue."
its Mrs Sol Goldstein, incoming president of
the Federation of Jewish Women and past
president oi Temple Emanu El Sisterhood;
Judge Herbert S Shapiro, president, Temple
Emanu-EI Brotherhood; and Judge Frederick
N Barad, chairman. Temple Emanu-EI Board
ni Education
Oct. 1Ch. 10. 11 a.m. The Je\vi,h Worhip Hour
Rabbi Avrom Drazin, Israelite Center, Miami
Oct. 3Ch. 2. 9:30-10:30 p.m. Man to Man
Topic. llo Does God Reveal Himself?
Moderator; Rev Luther C Pierce.
Participants: Dr. Herbert M. Baumgard, Rabbi.
Temple Beth Am; Dr. Conrad Willard, Central
Baptist Church; Msgr. Joseph II O'Shea,
Diocese of Miami.
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N.W. 25th Street at 103rd Avenue
invites you to attend
Special Community Memorial
Services
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1967
TO BE CONDUCTED BY
RABBI RALPH GLIXMAN
TEMPLE OR OLOM
10:00 A.M.
RABBI IRWIN CUTLER
TEMPlE ISRAEL OF MIRAAAAR
10:15 A.M.
RABBI EUGENE LABOVITZ
TEMPLE NER TAMID
11:00 A.M.
RABBI MAURICE KLEIN
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB
12:00 NOON
RABBI MAX A. LIPSCHITZ
BETH TORAH CONGREGATION
1230P.M
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
TEMPLE MENORAH
1:00 P.M.
RABBI NAFTALI PORUSH
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI
1:30 P.M.
RABBI DAVID ROSENFELD
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION
2:00 P.M.
RABBI SIMON AURIL
TEMPLE BETH TOV
2:30 P.M.
For Information or Directions Call 865-1689
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vJewisf fhrkBam
Friday September 29, 19t.
THE RABBI SPEAKS TROM INS PULPIT
SERVICES BEGIN WEDNESDAY EVENING
Prayers For Peace Jewish Community Marks Rosh Hashona
By DR. MAX A. LIPSCHITZ
Beth Torah Congregation
Prayers for Shalom are replete In
;ln' High Hoi) Day liturgy as well
as in our daily Bervices. Uppermost
in our minds
will be a i eep
\ earning for an
end to interna-
tional discord
and war. par
t ifilially in Viet
Nam and in the
Millde Bast, if
a n honorable
peace is negoti-
ated in the year
5728. it will be
truly the most
glorious and
portentous o f
the entire de-
cade.
Kabbi Lipschiti
In our tragic generation, we have
prayed fervently for peace, but
have done very little to attain a
lasting peace. In our tragic genera-
tion, almost everybody pays lip
service to peaceit is the thing to
do. the vogue, the mode, the style.
The President wants peace. Kosygin
wants peace. Ho Chi Minh wants
peace, and even Mao wants peace.
But in the words of the Prophet.
"Shalom, Shalom Vein Shalom"
Everyone espouses peace, but there
is no peace.
In an article printed in this very-
newspaper 15 months ago. I voiced
"The Rabbi's Dilemma" in which I
ventilated my inner conflict vis a'
vis American involvement in Viet
Nam I stated: "I. as a human
being, a Rabbi, a Jew. a political
liberal am riddled with intellectual
and emotional conflicts concerning
this ideological war confronting
mankind .... I must therefore
question any extreme opinion ad-
vocated by national bodies or indi
victuals II is easy to be an arm-
chair general, president or secre-
tary of state ... It is most painful
for men f liberal convictions who
earnest!} labor for peace, to pub-
confess: I cannot condone,
but neither condemn I just do not
know '
After .i yeai of serious reflection
and research. I must, during this
Penitential Season, publicly repent
my pre> ioua ambivalent position.
The issue is still not crystal cleat
to me. even today. However. 1 am
presently convinced that America
must find ways and means io ne-
gotiate the war NOW. I believe
that even the Hawks are now dis-
enchanted with the war and Amer-
ican foreign policy in that part of
the world Somehow, someway, we
must find a way to peace Other-
wise, we, too. like ancient civiliza-
tion shall. God forbid, be beaten
tc pieces on the reefs of history
American history began with
lofty resolutions ,md sincere ideals
to create the great society Today
we stand aghast, petrified in dis-
belief in the (see of thousands of
men, women, and children who
have alreadlf given their lives for
a cause which is increasingly be-
coming dubious and uncertain In
deed our begipning and our dreams
were too nobvs^our ideals too lofty,
and our earnest desire to build a
better world too intense to be dis-
sipated by a war whose objective
is presently perplexing and. con-
fusing, to *ay the least. I am not
implying that America walk out
and take the attitude of "a plague
on both your houses." We have
already sacrificed too much not to
negotiate an honorable victory if
this is what we seek.
Unilateral withdrawal at this
time is both unrealistic and naive
But we must icspect I' Thant's po-
sition. He stated on Mar 28. 1967:
"The present impasse can be
bj 'ken and a halt put to the in-
crt-asinglv horrible slaughter and
destruction of the Viet Nam War
only if one side or the other shows
the wisdom and the courage and
the compassion for humanitv to
take the initiative on a fir
I believe, with all my heart, that
a great majority of American citi
earnest!] desire that Presj-
lent Johnson should take the in-
itiative and exhaust every possible
diplomatic channel to bung North
Viet Nam and the National Libera-
tion Front to the conference table
i asked a few Iriends recently
to see how many signatures they
could round up for the Negotiation
Now movement in which repre-
sentatives 0? ill the states will pre-
sent to President Johnson petitions
requesting the United States to
take the firs! step towards peace
and simultaneously calling upon
all concerned parties in South and
North Viet Nam to make further
efforts towards bringing about set-
tlement of the war" In three min-
utes flat, the ten people approached
n the parking lot of our synagogue
signed this petition without hesi-
tation. I earnestly believe that if a
referendum were called for at this
time, the vote would overwhelm-
ingly favor every possible initia-
tive, on the part of our State De-
partment, to bring about negotia-
tions among all parties to the con-
flict.
The conclusion of the Holy Day
Additional Services sings out:
"Hayom. Hayom. Hayom." today.
NOW. is the moment to take a
fresh look at the war in Viet Nam.
Even men like Norman Cousins,
editor of the Saturday Review.
who was neither Hawk nor Dove in
the past years, has now spoken out
vigorously against our deeoer in-
volvement in an article entitled:
"The National Honor Being Bomb-
ed.'" He concludes his statement:
"The flag must be rtoheld. but so
must the fabric of American his-
tory. It is unpatriotic and un-
American to be silent about the
unraveling of the American fibre
in Viet Nam."
This is our la S'and and there
must he i tr"e sniri' of reoentance
in the air. Thee are some voices
which fortunatelv can be hoard.
over the is of
bombs the \ > ol those w ho
seek victory, an honorable victorv
save tn -aiio-.i honor of our
?lorion ci untry bul I re
vftlu tion our w ob-
''i\,.< :.>-,! .-, enrni t veari
for Deace an mternntion.il liu urn
brotherh*
Mbj tii" B h irn, sj nV> >lic
of man's final ; e lempl ion r i
the message of non^e in its ancient
olaintive tone To oray for peace
to be sure! To deolore war, regret
its bloodv shambles, its mass mur-
ders, and Its devastating conse-
quencesindeed! But sentiments
eainsl war and even prayers alone
will never achieve IX"ice until man-
kind so ferventlv waves the battle.
not on th* battlefields, but at the
conference table if the United
Vrab Rep iblic and Jordan had ne-
gotiated an honorab'e peace in
1948, the Mi lie Fast today would
be a veritable paradise
Havom. today Now is '" t'tne
to stand in Driver, fear, and trem-
blingin penitence, for man turn-
d diabolical creature must stop
becoming hi* own hangman. This
vear. as we stand over the precipice
and star- into the bowels of chaos,
we hunvHy prav that man and na-
tion and our own glorious America
once aeam rediscover its purpose
and envisage the world and itself
in a new light With reverence and
contrite soirit. during these days
t of awe. let man once again em-
brace his brother and listen to the
thundering voice of Almighty God
"Lai there be light!" He who
makes peace m the heavens, may
He bring peace to us. to Israel,
and to all humanity.
Continued from Page 10-A
The 8 p m services o". F'iday Bl
Temple Or Olcm, 8755 SW 16th St .
will be conducted by Rabbi Ralph
Glixman and Cantor Benjamin Hen
An. who will also officiate at the
High Holy Dayi observances. Dur-
ing services on Saturday, slated to
begin at 8:45 .i in., the Bar Mitzvah
ol Ricky, son ol Mr. and Mrs
Lewis Kurzweil, will be celebrated,
and Selichot prayers will be said
at midnight. Services marking the
start of Rosh Hashona will be held
on Wednesday at 0:45 p.m., con-
tinuing with sessions on Thursday
and Friday. Oct. 5 and 6. at 8
a.m. Rabbi Glixman is scheduled
to preach on "Judaism and Ethical
Commitment" the first morning,
and on "The American Jewish Fam-
ily'' the second.
* *
Directions on "How to Approach
a Religious New Year" will be giv-
en by Rabbi Morris A. Skop at the
preholiday services on Friday at
8:15 p.m., at Temple Sholom, 132
SE 11th Ave., Pompano Beach. An
8 p.m. social reunion, and an 11:30
| p.m. Selichot service are scheduled
for Saturday. Cantor I .eon Segal
will chant the liturgical portions
of the Rosh Hashona observance to
be ushered in at 7 p.m. on Wednes-
day. Oct. 4. Rabbi Skop's sermon
message will be "The Glass is Full."
Eli Skop, son of Rabbi Skop. will
blow the shofar on Thursday and
Friday morning at the sessions
slated to begin at 9 a.m. A talk
on "The Shoiars Message" will be
delivered at the Oct. 5 session, and
"Discovering Ourselves" will be re
vealed the second morning.

An Oneg Shabbat will follow the
8:15 p.m. service on Friday at
Temple Beth Tov, 6438 SW 8th St.
Subject of Rabbi Simon April's
talk will be "Selichot.'' and on Sat-
urday at 9 a.m. services his topic
will be The Portion of the Week "
V open forum will precede the
midnight Selichot observance for
which Cantor flyman Fein will con-
lucl the liturgy Wednesday at 6
;> m will mark the beginning ot the
Ko-li Hashona holiday at the tem-
ple, First day session on Thursday
at !> a m will include a discussion
of "Spiritual Heirs' by Rabbi April.
Closing service is slated tor G p.nx
"Problem of Life'" will be explored
on the following morning at 8
Auditorium. 699 NE 187th St.. N
Miami Beach For the Fridaj
!! 15 p m sea i n, Ral bi Kingsl
mi isage will be "Prepare to Meet
rhj G id A Prelude to the High.
Holj Days." For the 11 a m. Sab
bath services, "The Torah Portion
ol the Week" will be studied. A 10
p m social will precede the mid-
nu hi Selu lot services to Ik- held
at the N. Miami Beach Civic ( enl
er Auditorium. 17017 NE 19th
Ave High Holy Day observance
has been slat 'd for the N. Miami
Beach Auditorium 17011 NE 19th
Ave. by Temple Sinai Kabbi King
sley will officiate, assisted by the
Temple Choir and Hy Fried, tern
pie organist. "A New Beginning"
will be the sermon topic Wednes lay,
8:15 p.m., for the launching of the
New Year. Thursday 9 a.m.. will
include a children's service, with
a talk on* "The King Who Had I
Sad Face." Later in the morning.
Rabbi Kingsiey's theme will be
"Faith Poses No Problem."
* *
Rabbi Max Shapiro and Cantor
Ben Dickson will conduct all sen-
ices during the Holy Days season
at Beth Kodesh Congregation, 1101
SW 12th Ave. "We Stand Erect'
will be the theme of the Saturday
morning services at 8:45 a.m., with
the Selichot midnight observance
including the subject "We Meet
Again" Rosh Hashona will be
launched at the temple on Wednes
day at 6 p.m.. continuing on Thurs
day and Friday at 8 am On the
first day. Oct. 5. Rabbi Shapiro
will ask the cynical question.
"What's In It For Me?" On the
second day, he will characterize
"An Age of Shlemiels

Weekend .and New Year obsen
ance at the Jacob C. Cohen Com-
munity Synagogue. 1512 Washing
ton Ave.. will be conducted by Dr.
Tibor H. Stern and Rabin Abraham
Weinschneider. Liturgical portions
oi the mt\ice- will be chanted bj
Cantor Meyer En gel and the choir
Early Friday session is slated for
6:30 p m During the 8 30 a m Sat
urdaj sen ices. Dr. Steri
will concern "The Turning I
"Light at Midnight" will t
of 'he Selichot services to
be held at 12 midnight The ii
Holy Day will begin during the
Wednesdi y ii 30 ; m sen icej
timing on Thursday h a m ai d
-, g i n "i Friday, fic S at t a
Rosh Hashona sermon on the first
daj will be on "Israel and the
World," and on the second (:
"Israel and the Jew- "
Temple Beth Shalom and Jewish
Youth Center, 1725 Monroe S: .
Hollvwood, has scheduled Friday
services for 8:15 p.m. Rabbi Morton
dalavskj will officiate and deliver
the sermons assisted by Cant
Philip 1 .utnian and the choir Sal
iruay will start with services at
!> a.m., Selichot sen ices and set
mon slated for midnight. Rabl
Yalavsky will usher in the Ko
Hashona observances on We
day. Oct. 4. at 7 p.m Cantor Lul
man and the choir will participate
throughout the holiday. Sessi
for Thursday are called for 8 a.m
a sermon to be delivered at nooi,.
and concluding services at 7 pm
Morning services on Friday will l>.
at 8 a in., with the sermon to U
preached at 12 noon.
Junior and Annex services will
be held Rosh Hashona at 10:30 am
for young people and overflow
group of adults at Hollywood Cine-
ma, 1710 Harrison St.. Hollywood
Students and Beth Shalom mem
hers of the I'SY will be given
tickets
*
Regular weekend senices will
')i held at Temple Emartu-EI, 1701
Washington Ave.. on Friday at ti
p.m., and Saturday, 9 a.m.. with
Dr. Irving l.ehrman officiating
The High Holy Day season will b
launched with the traditional Sell
shot service on Saturday midnight
in the main sanctuary of the tern
pie. Cantor Zvi Adler. assisted b\
> 'he temple choir, under the diret
tion of Eli Samuels, will chant th.
liturgical portion of the servic
The New Year 5728 will be ush
m by Emanu-EI observances
i to be held at the Miami Be
Auditorium on Wi t. Ocl I
at t i"> i m Dr Lehrman will con-
the Rosh Hashona sessions
I for Thursdaj. Oct. 5. at
B 15 a m and 6 45 p m and Pri
lay 6. at ') 15 a.m Junior
v. ic es w ill be held
' oth mornings at 10:30 in the
main -anctuarj oi the temple

CANDLELIGHTING TIME
elul e
Sky Lake Synagogue. 18151 NE
I9ih A-.e has scheduled Rosh Ha-
shona services starting on Wednes-
day at 6:45 p.m. Rabbi Jonah E
I'aplan will ol.iciate and deliver
the sermons throughout the observ-
ance Service! on Thursday, Oct. 5.
are slated to begin at 8 a.m. with
a talk on Man Lost in Space, and
blowing of the shofar at 1030 a.m.
Concluding prayers for the day
will be said during the 6:45 p.m.
service Services will again start
at 8 a.m. on Friday with the sound-
ing of the shofar. and the sermon
at 10:30 am. Rabbi Caplan has
chosen False Prophets and False
issues' for the subject of his talk.
Services on the weekend of Sept
2!) will be held on Friday at 5:30
p.m.. Saturday at 9 am. and 7 p.m.
Rabbi Ca plan's morning sermon
will be on "The United Nations-^*. I
Public Forum Without Sham."

Rabbi Berel Wein will officiate
the holiday observance to be
held at Tempi* Bern Israel, 770
40th St., with Rosh Hashona to!
be ushered in Wednesday. Oct. 4
at 6:50 p.m mincha Rabbi Stanley
B. Weiss win chant the liturgical
portion of the services. On Thurs-
day during the 8 a.m. High Holy
Day services. Rabbi Wein will de
liver a sermon on "Father and
Son The Tashlich ceremonv is
rifled for 6:30 p.m. On Friday.
tervicea will teg in at 745 am.
me of the Oct. 6 observance
will be "The New Israel and the
New Year."
ft"!
Regular services will be con-
ducted by Rabbi Ralph P. Kings-
ley, spiritual leader of Temple
Sinai of North Dad*, on Friday and
. Saturday at Washington Federal
Synopsis of the Weekly Torah PortionNITZAVIM VAYALECH
M ses speaks I i all Israel, men and women, from the m
man to the drawer of water
"Ye are standing this daj all of you before the Lord your
Cod your heads, your tribes, your elder-, and your of!
i Dent 29JJ
NITZAVIM"Ye are standing this day all of you before the
Lord your God that thou should, -si enter into the covenant
of the Lord thy c.od maketh with thee this day: that He may
establish thee this day unto llmis.lt for a people, and that He
may be unto thee a God as He spoke unto 'bee. and as He swore
unto thy fathers, to Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob. Neither
with vou only do I make this covenant and this oath, but with
him that standeth here with us this day before the Lord our God,
and also with him that is not here with ub this dav The
secret things belong unto the Lord our Owl; but the things ihai
are revealed belong unto us and to our children for ever, that we
may do all the words of this law" (Deuteronomy 29 9-281. "I call
heaven and earth to witness against you this dav. that I have
set before thee life and death, the blessing and the curse; there
fore ehoose life, that thou mayest live, thou and thy seed
(Deuteronomy 3019).
VAYELECHMoses writes the sacred Torah.
'And Moses wrote this law, and delivered it unto the priests.
and unto all the elders of Israel" (Deut 31.9).
"And Moses went and spoke these words unto all Israel
And he said unto them: 'I am a hundred and twentv years old
this day: I can no more go out and come in; and the Lord hath
said unto me: Thou shall not go over this Jordan .' And
Moses called unto Joshua, and said unto him in the sight of all
Kiael "Be strong and of good courage: for thou shah go with
this people into the land which the Lord hath sworn unto theit
fathers to give them: and thou shall cause them to inherit it .
And Moses wrote this law. and delivered it unto the priests th<
sons of 1 evi that bore the ark of the covenant of the Lord, and
unto all the elders of Israel Now therefore write ve this song
for vou and teach thou it the children of Israel: put it in tbeii
mouths, that this song maj he a witness for Me against th
children of Israel' (Deuteronom) 31 l lfi
TM recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law Is >
traeted and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish
Heritage" edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir. $15 Publisher Is
Shengold. and the volume is available at 37 William %K New
York 5. NY President of the society distributing the volume
Is Joseph Schlang.


bar 29, 1967
* Unisfi nark/Ian
13-A
BOOK REVIEW
sri/mour b. Uvhman
REVIEWS
Von Shall Be As Coils
by Erich Fromm
Erich Fromm subtitled his
test opus You Shall Be As Gods
Holt, Kim-heart & Winston. $4.95)
\ Radical Interpretation of the
testament and its Tradition.'"
i bviously the book is addressed
Jews .-nice they are the people
In' Old Testament but there
rial sects within American
11 Orthodox Jews will find
tinny there which they do not
but liny will experience
sure from reading tho;e
- 11 the book which deal with
beautiful lessons of their
ih Learned Jewa will smile be
and indulgently at the
iti menl of what has
said :: year- a ;' by
i .1 II Hertz in his
' Ha A.u
_: .it Christian ich >lar
.dl.
s aJio profess Judaism bul
I ractice it and those who
without knowing, under-
.. and perceiving will prof-
II na hut; about the devel
nl of Judaism, Jewish hi-
and precepts They should
be intimidated by the sonor
subtitle.
Fromm states that he received
Jewish education in his youth
and that he is now a non-theist
and a radical humanist. He
pleads for a universal faith which
i- grounded in Judaism and which
is predicated on an historical de-
terminism. This determinism is
not io be confused with that of
Marx whom Fromm disavows.
i
The book might better have
been addressed to Christians who
know little or nothing of Judaism
and its growth and who might
feel urged to ; bandon their faith
after reading Fromm'i critique
of the elements of idolatry within
most sects of Christianity.
Zionists and Israelis have
known for years that Dr. Fromm
accuses them of idolatry since
nationalism, to him. i> of that
genre He has been an avid letter
'liter to the New York Times.
'N;xisini: the "false pretensions"
of the Jews to possess a state
Radical humanists do not believe
in nations and the Jews are called
upon to set an example for the
world and to abandon a Jewish
Mate.
It is difficult to review this
I book without indicating some in-
consistencies in Fromm's thesi*
and without disassociating the
book from the author. An example ;
of an inconsistency is that the
loss of the state by the Jews at
the commencement of the Com-'
mon Era was "from the humanist ,
point of view their greatest bless-
big since they were able to de-
velop and uphold a tradition of
humanism This same human-
ism, preceded by the word "glob-'
al" seem; to be Fromm's "radi-
cal interpretation."
A few years ago he introduced
a Mexican viewing of a French
documentary film exposing the
Herman concentration camps and
the. fate of the Jewish prisoners.
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During the course of his 20 min-
ute address to the invited audi-
ence, he pleaded for an under-
standing of the Germans and
their activities within the con
text of their culture. He remind
el the audience that love takes
many forms and that it would be
incorrect to judge the Germans
by their acts alone Then foil wed
a f.lm of such horror as to cause
nausea \: the conclusion of the
film. Or Fromm again stood up
before the audience which arose,
turned it* back and silently filed
out.
The ik conti i xti
quoti ible, the !
and i. Ii
: thai i- : a

te the autho
al ol s I'el in God the '> isic
tation is Jewish Thi
ter on tin S il bath is note >
I >mm, the at nost
;im-t ad' mi es rea ions for an
almost Orthodox observance of
- hoi) day Reform, Recon-
structionist and left-wing Con
servative Jews would gain new
insight! into the reasons for a
twenty-four hour Sabbath
MeAmi Returned
Io Civilian Rule
By Special Report
JERUSALEM Mi %ani, the set-
nl sponsored In pan I
h r Miami Jewish National
Fund and which has been under
military administration since short-
ly after its establishment in 1962,
has been returned to civilian ad-
ministration and is now a regular
kibbutz, the Jewish National Fund
headquarters announced here this
week. During the recent Arab-
Israel war. MeAmi served as one
of Israel's key defense posts along
the Israel-Jordanian border.
Before the recent Six-Day War.
the settlement faced an Arab gar
rison less than 200 yards awaj
The change brought about by Is-
rael's occupation of the territory
have facilitated the return of the
ettlemenl to civilian administra-
tion.
Miami Jewry raised more than
M 000.000 to finance the cost of
building roa Is, parks and a num-
li ntial buildings in the
ettlement which will be able to
house "imr 2.500 persons under
. ins.
Returns to BSscayne Terrace
Af'.ei .i ee-yi ar absence. M
tppel has retut ned to the Bis-
i ii Hotel ring
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tion of outstanding contribu-
tion in developing the Inter-
.-'-.:.. :ican travel trade" v/as
awarded to Hi] .. and Walt
Diamond for their magazii
"Indus'.ria Turistica," al
sixth Int
Sen;

ol the si
Israel Rejects Bid
For Suez Patrols
Continued from Pega 1-A
in maintain wRtar patrols
incidenl in which K. pi
attempted t*. send eighl launches
carrying soldiers through the ca
nal Israeli forces challenged the
invaders and sank three of the
launches. IN observers were said
hire to have reported that the
vessels were not intercepted in the
canal but in international waters
Israeli sources deny this and say
that the three launches sunk in the
canal are evidence of the Egyptian
violation of 'he no-passage auree-
ment.
Israeli sources reported further
lents from the canal area in
i the Egyptians in positions
i uh ol Port Said used mortars to
i- over the waterway at
on the east hank
re no casual! es
'- SShe m
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH
CEMETERY ASSOCIATION
GREETS THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
ON THE NEW YEAR 5728
AND ANNOUNCES
Community
Memorial Services
"HONORING OUR BELOVED DECEASED IS A PART
OF OUR HIGH HOLIDAY REPENTANCE"
RELIGIOUS SERVICES WILL BE HELD AT THE
Jewish Section of
Woodlawn Park Cemetery
3260 S.W. 8th STREET
Sunday, October 8, 1967
11:00 A.M.
Rabbi Sol Landau
Rabbi Solomon Schiff Rabbi Max Shapiro
WILL OFFICIATE
Cantor William W. Lipson and Maurice Mamches
WILL CHANT THE LITURGY
O
$
ALSO AT THE
Mount Sinai
Memorial Park Cemetery
1125 N.W. 137th STREET (Op* Locka Blvd.)
Sunday, October 8, 1967
2.00 P.M.
Rabbi Solomon Schiff Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky
Rabbi Sol Landau
WILL OFFICIATE
Cantor Maurice Mamches
WILL CHANT THE LITURGY
$ o o
SEATS AND A TENT WILL BE SET UP
PRAYEPBOOKS WILL BE FURNISHED
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY IS CORDIALLY INVITED
HYMAN CHABNER
PresiJent
FREDRIC POSENTHA.L
Vice President


Page 14-A
+Jewlst> Fhrk&tn
Friday, September 29
SCENE FROM TV DRAMA. Tne Temptation of Reb Yi*-
roel by Morton Wishengrad. to be sho-vn in Miami on
WCKT, Channel 7. at 8:30 a.m. Sunday. At left is Jac<
Guilford, portraying Reb Yisroel, with Nachum the tailor
(Martin Wolfson) and other members of the congregation
Miss Schwartz On Barry Faculty
Miss Jeannotte B. Schwartz, re
icntly appointed specialist consult-
ant to the Community Actions
Programs of Office of Economic
Opportunity, joins the Barry Col-
lege faculty :is an assistant pro-
i ssor of social work.
Miss Schwarts came to Miami
in 1955 from Minnesota where she
served ;i- a caseworker and later
supervisor for the Jewish Family
and Children's Service. In 1962 she
became director of the Early Child-
hood Education and Day Care Pro-
gram ami Consultant on Family
Life Education at the YM-YWHA
in Miami.
She has served on the committee
for a School of Social Work in the
Metropolitan area of Miami and in
the office of the Economic Oppor-
'unity Program, and recenth was
i member of the advisory commit-
tee for a campinu clinic at Miami
Dade Junior College.
1 -- Schwartz received .* Bach-
lor of Science drurec in Library
Sc'ence, a Mister of Arts in Early
hildhood Education, and a Master
>.' Arts from the School of Social
'Vnrk in Psychiatric Sequence at
'he University of Minnesota.
GREATER MIAMI
HEBREW ACADEMY
2400 Pinetree Drive, Miami Beach
is pleased to announce that
HIGH HOLIDAY SERVICES
will take place
in its Air Conditioned Auditorium
RABBI ALEXANDER S. GROSS
and MR. MURRAY BERKOWITZ
officiating
Seats are Available in the Academy Office
from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M.
Allstate Opens
Beach Office
All-taie Insurance Companj has
ipened its first Sales Office n
Mi imi Beach, at 454 Arthur God-
frej Rd The company used the
casion to present a slide projec-
tor and a screen to division head-
quarters of the i s Coast Guard
Auxiliary
while it is customary to cele
brate these occasions with lunch-
eon--, we decided instead to honor
the Coast Guard Auxiliary." said
Newton Baker and .lay Worries.
Allstate agents who will man the
new office.
"Thousands of boat owners in
the greater Dade County area are
helped by the Coast Guard Aux
iliary. and we wanted to show
them that we appreciate the fine
job they are doing. So we took
the money that we would have
spent on the luncheon and spent it
or. the gift. It will be presented in
the name of Allstate and specially
invited guests.'" the two men said.
These guests v.ere invited to visit
the new office at 454 Arthur God-
trey Rd. and sign a presentation
card.
Prominent members of tin- Coast
Guard Auxiliary, attorney-, and
city officials attended the opening,
where the gift was presented to
IS Coast Guard Auxiliary Di-
vision Captain Oscar I. Knight in
brief ceremonies Mr. Baker and
Mr. Wordes made the presentation.
The projector and the screen will
be used by the Coast Guard Aux-
iliary in its training sessions to
promote sater boating practices
Mr. Baker and Mr. Wordes w\]\
si rvice over 5,500 accounts from
the new office end have announced
previously that they would he sell-
ing all of AUstate's insurance prod-
ucts, as well as automobile financ-
ing through AUstate's Econo hate
Division at the new office.
In addition, both men have been
tinted Miami Beach representa-
tives lor the Ulstate Safety Cru-
an organization designed to
flic accidents through
lucal n
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 &
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RALPH CARMI, RABBI
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Registration open for Hebrew and Sunday School
Bar and Bas Mitzvah and Pre-Confirmation Classes
WE PROUDLY ANNOUNCE THAT TEMPLE MEMBERSHIP \
INCLUDES HIGH HOLY DAY TICKETS AND HEBREW
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Diary Shows How
Stalin Hated Jew
Continued from Pege 1-A
Soviet Union said it was triggered
solely by the activities ol Zionist
manipulators and Zionist imperial-
ists However, world Jewish lead-
ers denouncing the butchery at
tin time, and later, said it was
motivated by pure anti-Semitism
but that the Kremlin used the word
"Zionism" to conceal its true mo-
tivationhostility toward the Jew-
ish populace in the Soviet Union
government apparatus.
Miss Alliluyeva's diary, though
it eschewi the word anti-Semitism,
makes it amply clear that dislike
if not hatred of Jews motivated
Kremlin policy under Stalin.
Whether that attitude was perva-
sive throughout the government
structure, or whether Stalin's sub-
ordinates merely toed his line to-
ward Jews in blind obedience, is
not made clear in the diary.
ACCEPTING GIFT ci a slide projector is Car*. Oscc- !
Knight (right) oi the Coast Guard Auxiliary. Making [|
: sentation are Newton A. Baker and Jay Wordes (re:
agents in Allstate Company's new Miami 3earh office. P :y
Prado, general manager, southern Florida, looks on
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 in the air-conditioned Hib'scus Masonic Audi-"
Alton Rd. and 10th St., Miami Beach
The services will be conducted and the sermons preached by
our distinguished spiritual leader, Dr Shmaryahy T S.-.
and Mr Louis Schwartzman, educator and prominent speaker
The liturgy will be chanted by the renowned Cai tor V.
B. Nussen.and his syi'-phonic choir
The services will be spiritually em relig
and modern in for if
Since this is a dist net lual accoi lal
the seats ar<
the Hibiscus Hall
10-1.

Rabbi Maxwell Bergei
Cantor Seymour Hinkes
TEMPLE ZAM0RA
THE PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE SYNAGOGUE
44 Zamora Avenue, Coral Gables, Florida
Invites you to attend Sabbath Eve Services Friday
September 29 at 8:15 p.m
Membership Inquiries Invited Religious School
Registration now Reservations For High Holidays
taken now. Daily Minyan Morning and Evening
Come and Visit. Come and Join.
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29. 1967
* knisf IhirSdiijur
Page
Liebman To Talk
In W. Palm Beach
Seymour Liebman, Miami L'ni-
versitv l*Ctnr*r in history and Latin
American affairs, will inaugurate
the Adult Education and Discus-
mom Series of Temple Israel. West
I'jlm Beach, at 10 a.m Sunday,
,. was announced this week by
William Kirshner. Temple Israel's
program chairman Mr. Liebmans
p.,- will be: 'The Fourth largest
Jewish Community in the World:
The Jews in Latin America."
Mr and Mrs. Liebman have just
i .'turned from a trip to St. Thomas,
Tnnidad. Surinam. Curacao. Vene-
zuela, Colombia and Panama Mr.
I iebman addressed the R'nai B'rith
, s in Caracal and Panama,
primary purpose of the trip
s to complete some phases ol his
arch i"'." the history <>f the
- in the Spanish colonial em-
exist Jew ish corn-
inland towns
., in the 17th and 18th
turn s has b< i i established and
- ation "f the Inquisition dix-
nta "f 'he Tn >t:n;il -ahuh sat
as now been deter
i .-] These tr'al reeeedings ol
the 17th cen'ury by ;i
Deplore Arab Treatment of Jews
Histadrut Launches Campaign
NEW YORKfJTAj Plans for
launching of an $11 million
campaign here in 1968 as part of
the S50 million Histadrut health,
cation and welfare program in
Israel were formulated here this
eek a1 the quarterly meeting ol
i w Nil "Pal Committee for Labor
Israel. Dr Sol Stein, executive di
rector of 'he National Committee
toi Labor Israel, said $6 million in
cash will b sought through the
Israel Histadrut campaign, while
$5 it ill be raised in long-
term coi mitments through the
American Histadrut I)"\elopmi*nt
Vownc^:
SEYMOUR LIEBMAN
ranch of the Spanish Inquisition
hows that Jews inhabits many
ireaa of Colombia and Panama
ind that there was a Great deal of:
rading between the secret Jewish
communities and those of Curacao
tid Surii .. formerly known as
Dutch Guiana
The L'niversitj of Miami Press
. publishing Mr Liebman's b>
Enlightened: The Writing
I),' Carvajal The note I Jew
ish historians, Salo W. Baron and
Cecil Roth have cited Mr. Lieb
man's book as a major historical
contribution.
NEW YORK-i.ITAiThe Confer-
ence of Presidents of Major Amer-
ican Jewish Organizations accused
Egypt. Syria and Iraq thus week of
a "systematic campaign of abuse"
against the Jews in those countries,
following the Arab-Israel war of
last June. The organization said
that "the barbarous treatment of
nnocent civilians of the Jewish
aith in these lands has been at-
tested to by witnesses of unim-
peachable integrity."
The Conference, in a statement
ndorsed by 22 national Jewish or-
ganizations, called on governments
and religious and humanitarian or-
ganizations here and abroad "to
lemand that human rights and hu-
[ nan dignity be restored to the
U-IYnsoless victims of national and
ions hatred.''
On behalf of the organizations
affiliated with it, the Conference
called on the United States gov-
ernment "to take whatever steps
may be necessary in its best
judgment to alleviate the plight
of the thousands of Jewish men,
women and children in Egypt,
Iraq and Syria who are being
held as political hostages, vic-
tims of public abuse, private
harassment andat bestoffi-
cial indifference.
Dr. Joachuii Pnnz of Newark,
chairman of the Conference, said
that "the Arab governments them-
selves have not denied these atroc-
ities which constitute a flagrant
violation of the obligations of every
member of the United Nations to
promote and preserve human
rights." He charged that the gov-
ernments of Egypt, Iraq and Syria
had "carried out or tolerated cruel
and inhuman treatment" of local
Jewish populations and said this
included "arrest, imprisonment,
destruction of property, physical
abuse and murder."
The Conference made public a
country-by-country survej of the
olight of the Jews remaining in
Arab lands. In Egypt, it said, some
350 persons were still being held
incommunicado in Cairo and Al-
exandria prisons and their families
left without means of livelihood.
Iraq in "veritable n
of terror for the Jews. In
Syria, it said n unknown number
Ji a had been an i sted and
N me of I
countries -i. rmil Jews bear ng their
inalit i leave the country,
The report noted thai I ya
"after an initial period" of mob
violence was permitting Jews to
leave the country although
without their possessions. Il al-o
noted the "strong leadership'
shown by President Bourguiba of
Tunisia who halted attacks on the
Jews and was permitting Jews to
leave Tunisia each month.
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Sen. Eugene McCarthy
Menorah Fete Speaker
"Jewish Floridian
Recession In Israel
Believed To Be Over
Fieri la, Friday Sepl bei
Section B
Tile senior I'.S. senator from
Minnesota. Eugene J. McCarthy,
be the principal speaker at
pie Menorsh'a Chai Anniver-
sary dinner Oct. 8 at the Fontaine
iu Hotel, Congregation president
Leonard Rosen has announced.
Sen. McCarthy, who ranks 30th
Feniority In the 100 member
upper house of Congress at the aue
il, is .1 member of the powerful
Foreign Relation; and Finance
< ommittei
Rosen also named chairmen
kev commit! es for the dinner,
,. which Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
ritual er of Temple
h t -1 ifi of i's is jrcars
re eive his i tifit ate if I fe
Kraus! an pre i lent
congi ia*i in, w is app itnti I
ral ch lirman for the d'nner
'.adore Drell, vice president, was
selected as honorary chairman.
Robert Siegel, a member of the
board of directors, will serve as
anquet chairman and Irving Bil
lig. a vice chairman, was named
chairman of the Life Scroll com-
mittee.
Mr. Rosen also appointed Mrs
III .i Belsky, president of the Sis
'.erhood; Mrs Sheldon Lelchuh
resident of the PTA: and !.in
Levin, prevdenl ot the Mer\ Club,
<> the steering committee for the
linni r
At outstanding member ol Is
a dele at. >n to the l fnite I
ites will repres nt the State of
' -rail at '.'i (Inner. Rosen said.
Born in Jer i-.i1 m, if I bi Vbramo-
' !' hiis been a Ic ider in
icnted irganizs ions and
ses
ROEERT S.EGIl IS 00RE DREU irfVING BIlliG MAX KRAUSS
Servicemen To Attend
Worldwide Holiday Rites
NEW YORK The first Rosh
'I..-.. ung -er\ in' any w here
in the world to usher in the New
Veai J728 will be held on Tuesdaj
afternoon, Ocl 3, for a group of
ish airmen and sailors on the
- and il Guam.
Hour hj hour as the sun sets in
time /one during the follow-
24 i r High Holj Daj
.. rvices will be conduct
i foi Jev ish servicemen m V iel
at more than 000 other
rseas and domestic installs
it was announced by Rabbi
S< Iwyn 1> Ruslander, chairman of
the Jewish Welfare Board Commis
on F i-h Chaplaincy
The last lai (e< military sen ice
rking the New Year will take
; ai e in Hawaii and the very last
ill be atli nded by two men
stationed at Wake island Inter-
media! pi i v here n ices \\ i 11
be conducted for Jewish military
onnel through JWB's world-
' angements include the
p Okinawa, Japan, Ko
n 9 Th iland Euroie, Iceland.
G nland. Alaska, Panama, the
Vn ted States, the Caribbean area.
,v, Swnth F'eet's Amphibious
Ready GrOUO off the coast of Viet-
nam and other carriers and trooo
transports at sea, weather and
radar stations and widely dispersed
areas to wh'ch Jewish Peace Corps
volunteers have bei n assigned
JWli's Women s lire in /ations'
Si i v i as has -int thousands of holi-
t ''.>' n-i- f t d'stribu-
turn to 'he m-n The women's group
h S also Sent v'v-et; for Hish
Ha '> i it' r-i'-'i-'. and refresh-
ments for htaek the fast meals
after Yom Kippur
These items have gone to in-
around the world for
ce Corps m runnel, including
e scattered from Bangkok to
mountain and jungle corner
of Thailand, as well as those who
have volunteered for service in
SIN. lUGtNE /McCAffTHV
(Juh Everglades
Meets in Gables
Club Everglades Branch 1050 of
Workmen's Circle will meet on
Tuesdaj R p m at Coral Gables
Federal. 2bu\ Pence de Leon Bl d
.'ain. i Simmons "t the S
Department il Heal h, Educal on
F o I and Drug *d
Iratioi guest speaker. "ill
liscis. : i
Africa and South America They
have also gone to isolated service-
men guarding U S embassies in
these areas
JWB's Women's Organizations'
S i \ n es pro> id' d High Holj Daj
for use at a number
iversi and domestic installs
lions Jew sh chaiplains have also
received velvet Ark curtains and
table covers, d corated with Jew-
ish symbols, to add to the holiday
atmosphere In chapels where sen
es will be i el I Many of these
religiOtH items were Of white vel-
vet, with gold embroidery, and
were made by Senior Citizen
mi These groups have also
provided quantities of hand-made
yarmulkes The JWB women's
iciiin. m addition, sent reproduc-
tions of Jewish art masterpiei i -
n hln beautify military chapels
ZOA Plans New
Schools In Israel
NEW YORK(JTA)Plans for
th development of two schools in
Israel into the lirst American cen-
ter tor pre college education in
that country were announced here
this week to 1.000 delegates attend
ing the meeting of the national
executive committee of the Zionist
Organization of America.
Leon Uutovich, executive direc-
tor of the ZOA. said the project
'nvolved the Mollie Coodman Aca-
demic High School and the Kfar
Silver Agricultural High School
which share a single campus near
Vslikclon. The academic high
school was named after the late
Mrs Moilie Goodman, wife of i
Abraham Goodman. American in-
liislualist and philanthropist.
United Fund Open House
The United Fund of Dade Coun
":n hold ooen house at all
United Fund agencies this Sunday
iioni 1 to 4 p.m.
JER1 SALEM (JTA) Z \ -
ref. the Israel Minister ol i
merce and Industry, eautti
voiced belief this week that the
turn had come in Israel's proti
' I economic recession and that the
economy was now moving onto the
upgra le The minister cit id the
fact that August was the first
month since August 1966 in which
Israi !'s industries hired more new
workers than they laid off.
Mr. Sharef noted that whe he
took office in December, the num-
ber of employed industrial work
its w as being reduced at th- rate
ol l() a day. Now, he said, labor
shoitages were beginning to be
felt in industries requirng ski!'
hands like electronic, metals and
varment-making He said the ma'n
reasons for the upswing wei in
creased purchases by the D tfense
Ministry, the replacement of im-
ports by local products an' in
creasing export of fashion goods
The foreign currency reserv s "t
the Bank of Israel increasi b<
lion in the period bet
\ 30 and Vugl i\ 31
the report >f the bank publv
this week Monthly reports w
not published during the it
for secur ty i The m i
:.- I in the inflow ol
tr:buttons and the gr< atlj u
ate ol Israel Bonds daring the
(i.-is here The bank's ton
currencj reservi were put at S778
million.
Ex-Nazis Guard
Egyptian Jews
WASHINGTON -(JTA)Jews im-
icd m Egypt are guarded by
former Nazi SS Gestapo men em-
ployed by President Nasser, it was
learned this week from Eastern
Furopean sources
Virtually the entire Jewish pop-
ulation of Egypt, including men
and women, was rounded up in a
police action" and jailed when
he Six-Dav War erupted in June.
Many of these people are still held
in prisons and iii concentration
cami -
Eastern European journa
v ho recently left Cairo res led
they had li ai ned that the
!!_. ptian 's using
World War U N zis as jailers I
ire posir.


Pciqe
fJenisfi rfrridficW
Friday. S bar 29, }
TEMPLE EMANU-EL PTA board members
mel recently to outline a calendar oi activi-
:or Religious School students. Seated, left
to right, Mrs. Leon Brandeis supervisor oi the
pre-school department; Mrs. Irving Lehrman,
honorary vice president; Mrs. Donald Ar-
thur, president ot the PTA nnd Myer Silver-
man, educational director. Standing, from
left, are Mrs. Jack Scharf. treasurer; Mrs.
Philip Kopelman. temple coordinator; Mrs.
Alan Rothstein, corresponding secretary;
Mrs. Jay Kushner. Mrs. Alan Ziffer, Mrs.
Herbert Buchwald, Mrs. Marvin A. Sackner,
vice presidents.
Miami Beach B'nai B'rith Council Units
Have Varied Programs on Oct. Agendas
Abba Silver's Book
Is Institute Text
Dr. Joseph R. Narot will launch
the third annual Eugene and Shir
ley Greenfield Adult Institute .it
Temple Israel of Greater Miami
on auuday at 10 a.m.
For the first three Sundays of
the Institute. Kabbi Narot will draw
from this years text. Where .hi
daism Differed.' by the late Abba
Hillel Silver.
On Get. 29. Dr. Jacob Marcus,
professor of history at Hebrew
Union College, and director of the
American Jewish Archives, will be
the lirst of some 20 visiting lee
turers who will address the 19*>7-68
Institute.
Among scholars will be A Roy
F.ckhardt. professor of religion at
U-hi^h; C, Ernest Wright. Harvard
Divinity School archaeologist: Dr.
Paul Lehman. Union Theological
Seminary and Fr. Robert (). Jo
hann. S.J., Loyola Seminary
Rabbis Arthur Lelyveld. Jacob
Agus. Alvin Reines and Richard
Rubenstein. are some of the Jew
ish spokesmen, with writers, Isaac
Bashevis Singer. Elie Wiesel. Paul
(ioodman. Dr. Bruno Bettelheim
and Milton Himmelfarb also sched-
uled.
L. N. Felts who will give a talk on
I'XICEF and show slides. Chapter
president is Mrs. Bernard Austein.
* *
Harmony Chapter will hear a
talk by Mrs. Jay Dernier, sabra.
on Israel, at a regular meeting on
Tuesday. Oct. 24. 7:30 p.m.. at
Chase Federal on 41st St. Mrs.
George Ginsberg is president.
*
Hatikvah Chapter will meet for
lunch at the Algiers Hotel on Tues-
day. Oct. 17. at 12:30 p.m. After-
noon will include a review of 'The
Chosen" by Chaim Potok, present-
ed by Mrs. Sophie Primak. Mrs. A.
William Gerstman is program vice
president, and Mrs. Minna Glick-
man is president.
Maccabe* Chapter meeting is
scheduled for Thursday. Oct. 26.
held on Wednesday. Oct. 25. 1130 -;30 pm jn tno Forte Towers
am. at the Harbor House So. Bldg. Auditorium. Guest speakers will be
Program vice president. Mrs. Sam John H Test vice prcsident and
,.l t^nrnt w'U introduce Mrs. (nlst officer 0f the First National
Bank of Miami Beach, and James
A. Rodenbcrg. attorney, whose sub-
ject will be "Mistakes You Have
Made In Your Will and Fstate "
Mr;. Herman Auerbach is chapter
president.
Council of Miami Beach B'nai
B'rith will meet on Tuesday, at
1 p.m.. in the Morton Towers Rec-
reation Room. Mrs. Robert Litt is
president.
Chai Chapter has scheduled a
c;ird party for Sundav. 7:30 p.m.
in the Washington Federal, 1234
Washington Ave President Mrs.
Doris Laschow will conduct a reg-
ular meeting on Tuesday evening,
Oct. 17. at the Deauville Hotel.
Mrs. Jack Zebitz. vice president, is
in charge of the program.
*
On Thursday. Oct. 19. at noon.
Freedom Chapter will have a paid
up membership luncheon at the
Cadillac Hotel. Membership vice
president. Mrs. Doris Jarrett. will
be in charge of entertainment. A
regular luncheon meeting will be
a membership luncheon Monday-------------
noon. Oct. 16. at the Holiday inn. Back to Scfiool for Parents
Collins Ave. and 22nd St. Mrs.
Irving Kleinman. membership vice
president, will introduce the en-
tertainment. Mrs. Eddy Neumark
is president.
Miami Beach Senior High ITA
will send stu lents' parents 'back
to school" on Tuesday at 7:45 pm
The adult scholars will follow their
children's schedules and will meet
school faculty members. Mrs
Ralph Mervis is PTA president
Braille Prayer-books
Available for Blind
NEW YORK The Jewish
Braille Institute has once
again this >car made a^ ail
able free of charge braille
editions o1 prayerbooks for
the High Holy Days and long,
playing high fidelity record
Ings of religious services for
use of blind Jews throughout
the I'nited States. Canada
Israel and other countries.
The braille editions are de
signed to enable the blind to
participate in worship with
righted members of their
congregations
Leon Segal Back
From Lecture Tour
Leon Segal, traveler and lectur-
er, has returned from a study
mission and lecture tour to Guate-
mala. Honduras and F.l Salvador
where he met v. nh the leaders and
rabbis i>f the .l(<*,>h communitu-v
Segal, who situ on the board of
the National < ouncil for Jewish
Education, also met with the Is-
raeli ambassador, Hon. M. Kopnei.
and the Immi li Consul Genera),
Hon. D (ialiu
A member of the board of the
Brandeis Zionist District and in
Charge oi "Th News in Review.
Segal has been tducational director
of the Binghamtoa Jewish <"om-
munity. N Y tor tiki past 20 years,
and has made Irequent trips to
Israel
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Regular meeting of Menorah
Chapter, will be held at Washington
Federal. 1234 Washington Ave on
Tuesday, Oct. 24. at 12:30 p.m. Mrs
Bertha Woskoff is president, and
Mrs. .lack Kevoe is ways and me.mis
vice president.

Miami Beach Chapter has slated
a dessert luncheon for Tuesday,
noon. Oct. 17, at the Deauville
Hotel. A social hour will follow the
meeting conducted by Mrs Samuel
Baum. president

North Shore Chapter will hold
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>.#pni <#? fh ir i Air Force Names
Suerdlin Liaison
San ford M. Swerdlin, I.t. Col.
\1 i;(s v. iih offices in Suite 742 of
H. seybold Bids is the Air Force
lemj liaison officer in the Dark
Issigntd by the Air Force Re
u. to eounael young men on
,,111' admission requirement
,... am e i xaminations, Swerd-
a Ivues riikIi school seniors who
nterasted in entering the Air
\, .. \ to intact him for
eic information.
Vppllcationa for nominees who
, in enter the Aca lemy in June
i m;k are alread) being screened,
and -one quotas are limited, stu-
,i,iu- should not delay." said
,s ei (Hin
Mayor Dernier
Guest Speaker
"Mj First Three Months in Of-
fice" Will be the subject of Hie
talk bj Mayor .lay Decrner before
members ol the 15 Men's Club
oi, Sunday at Forte Towers Audi-
torium following a *t a iii break
asl
Bus transportation to and from
Hie Morton Towers will !>< avail-
able from 8 45 to 1(1 3(1 a ill
Rmanuel Mint/ is president of
the club.
Hen. Harris Gives Ludwi9 Erhard wi" vjsit lsrael Next Month
'Inside Report'
Bonn (JTA) Former Chan- the Israeli government, it was an-
cellor Ludwig Erhard will go to noimce(l here Ihls w,.ek lI(, wi be
MORRIS & RUTH IERNER Catering for All Occasions
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Established in 1945
Mate Hep Marshal] Hams will Israel the "" of nt'x< mon,h
.no an "Inside Report" on the f<- "private" visH as a guesl ol accompanied by his wife.
recent sessions of the Florida legis-
lature Sunday morning at the Imal
coffee of Temple .lude.r- meofber-
ship Campaign in the social hall
The' 10:30 am session is open
to all present ami prospective
members of Temple .in.lea. which
has added more than r>ii nw. fam-
ilii during a membership drive
headed bv Herbert Wilenskv
Famous
WASHINGTON
Artists Equity
1*1 (ins Show
\ isti Equity Assn is having a
ibers exhibition at the Bacardi
erj 2100 Blscayne Blvd., from
Oct -2 through Oct. 22.
At the opening on Mondaj eve
Ihi association will present a
, lation t* the Gallery f(,r it "cul-
i contribution on Fine Art- to
the communitj."
a Younger man i- president
Artists Equit)
MIRACLE
Arts and Crafts
Workshop Planned
Fun Arts of Beth David Congre-
iati m i- announcing a series oi
workshops designed for children
Heading the faculty for the pro
gram is Henry Gordon, ceramist
ami sculptor other staff members
include Mane Furman, ceramics
teacher and lecturer: .laekie Fer
in, arts and craft-. Lillian Cold
larb artist
The I "session courses, open to
non-members as well as members
ol Beth David, will be held at the
Coral Way Branch. 2 u e I hin sd.ix s :!3o to 5 p m.:
Sundays (following Sunda> School)
11 to 12 30 p m at South Hade
Bran, h, tt.ik) s\v 120th St Wednes-
days, 3 30 to 5 p in
Rep Harris, a member of Tem-
ple Judea, is \Ki president of the
VM anil VWII \ of (neater Miami.
president of the Jewish Vocational
Sen iic and an officer of the Great-
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AEPhi Alums In
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at the home of Mrs Morris Hurk.
The fust of the fall season, the
meeting was conducted by presi
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Mrs S Ronald Pallot was chair-
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Chapter ol H rl; ssah "ill hold its
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Woi Id News and Jew ish Edu-
in Mr- Elsie Gliek it presi

Siephei S '' Gi p hold
ts i rctober mi ptina Mondaj noon.
al the Algiers H -t speak
er will be Rabbi Milton Schlinsk>
.ii Temple A lath Yeshurun, and
Honey Fromer will offer a program
ni music Mis Abraham Magid is
president, Mrs Aido Yaslo pro
-ram chairman
Cancer Unit Meets for Lunch
First luncheon and meeting of
the new season for the Beacon
Cancer Unit of the Papanicotaou
institute of Miami, was to he held
on Thursday, 11:80 a m at Galla
gher's Restaurant. 12605 Biscayne
Blvd Miss Gail Carson of the
Charm Modeling School was to be
principal guest and speaker of the
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Friday, September 29. 1967
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Michael lyiin
ItHtry Siesser *lreie Aronow
foy Vinik
Michael toiler
J3<*r Michael Lynn .
n Saturday morning. Sept. 30.
M nael. son of Mrs. Lila Lynn,
0260 Bay Harbor Terr., will be Bar
M.:jvah at Temple Ner Tamid.
Michael is i student at Nautilus
OF High and Temple Ner Tamid
K igious Sch tol. He is a member
e Science Club, the Ner Tamid
or Choir and Young Judaea
Kiddush will follow the aerv
and lui..... w>i! be ten-
1 ..; the
Roc Hi
of-town gue ts will in
and Mrs Henrj Winokur of
B
Marcie Aronow
Marcie, daughter ol Mr and
v Martin Aronow, 8001 SW 18th
Terr., will celebrate her Has MHz-
vah on Frida, Spt. 29. at Ten
Zion.
Marcie is an eighth grade BtU
dent at West Miami Junior High
excclls in painting and the
iary arts.
Mr. and Mrs. Aronow will host
the One? Shabbat in the temple
al hall following the services.
* *
Jeffrey Siesser
Jeffrey Franklin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Nat Siesser, 1320 NE 172nd
S: will be Bar Mitzvah on Satur-
day. Sept. 30. at Belh Torah Con
gregation.
Jeff is an eighth grader at John
F Kennedy Junior High, where he
i- :. first clarinetist in the Concert
F. -vi Jeff also plays piano, likes
g"lf and bowline He skipped to
f::th vear at Beth Torah where he
has been an honor student for three
\ Mrs.
His parents will host a reception
and dinner at the Hotel Fontaine
bieau on Saturday evening.
Sandy Adler
Friday evening services at Tem-
ple B'nai Sholom will include the
Mitzvah o( Sandy, daughter
: Mr and Mrs Jerrj Adler. 1411
\w 173rd Ter
- indy attends Parkway Junioi
ish is her i.n srite
I bies include sw imi
Mr a .' r, '-. fathei i I the celo
nt, serves as treasurer ol
U. Mrs Adh her time
youth acl ities, and her broth I
Steve is a graduate of the ten
Hebt School and was confirmed
in the Sunday Sch
Michael Koller
Michael, son of Mrs Claire
Koller. will become Bar Mitzvah
on Saturday. Sept 30. at Temple
Emanu-El.
Michael attends Ida If. Fisher
I Junior High, and plays clarinet in
the band.
The celebrant will be honored
it a reception at his home fol-
lowing the services.
Mr Abraham Rubin. Michael's
grandfather, will attend the event
. .
Jay Vinik
Jay Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs
Harold Vinik. will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday. Sept 30. at
Temple Emanu-El.
Jay attends the eighth grade at
Ida M. Fisher Junior High, where
he plays trombone in the band and
participates in sports.
The celebrant will be honored
at a reception at the Algiers Hotel.
Mr and Mrs Richard D. Vinik
and Mr David Weinglass, Jay's
grandparents, will attend the
event.
Lairy Roser.man
Larry Rosenman. son of Mr-
Joan Rosenman, 1031 NE 176th
Ter will become Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday morning. Sept 30, at the
Beth Torah C ingregation,
Hammer Retires From
Shipping Line Post
NEW YORK Gottlieb Ham-
mer this week announced his re-
tirement at the end of this month
as president of the American Is
raeli Shipping Co. Inc., North.
American representatives of the
Zim Israel Navigation Co. Ltd.. of
Haifa with which firms he has
been associated for the past nine-
teen years.
i
Mr. Hammer said that his re-
tirement, effective Oct. 1st. was
decided upon with "deepest re-
grets." It was made necet**ry, he
said, by the pressure of his J-Uies
as Executive Vice Chairman ot 'He
United Israel Appeal Inc. whic>
have increased ereatly since the
events tof Junp. 1967 in the Middle
Fast The United Israel Appeal La
! thi major beneficiary of the United
, Jewish Appeal and is responsible
for programing the expenditure of
r.i.\ funds in Israel.
New Rabbi At
B'nai Sholom
Dr. Abt -
pyychwoiist i is an
ol Teni'le B'nai Sholom.
After servii lions in
V< York and New Jersey, Dr
! came l M ami area in
i .">l and ser d in the pulpit of
I ir i lassiI holds ad\ anced de-
es front N ind Columbia
University, and from the Isaac F.l
'-..!- Theological Seminary in
New York and the Teachers Insti
ute.
Among professional organizationi
which he belongs are the New
York Board of Rabbis, the Rabbin
: ical Council of America, the Gieat
r Miami Rabbinical Assn.. and
,'he American Psychological Assn
JFCS Continues
Information Series
nd in a Bet of "Gel Vc
quail.....t! '' ""'
en's Ser n 'tii a-
t.. be held on Thursday, 10 a m al
the home ol Mrs Max \ B vn
. SW B3rd SI
Vomen Commitl >e i i
Mrs Eugene H. Katz
Mrs B B Goldstein, a past
dent of the agency and chairman
. the Volunteer Committee, was
to be guest speaker
Music League
To Sent Leaders
Louis Hoberman. president oi
Miami Beach Mu-ie and Arts
League, has been nominated |
sine another term.
* H< Vrrnaii ha- served as jbeague
vice president, executive secret a i .
and board member for the past 12
years, and was president of the
Surfside Music Society for seven
years He is vice mayor of Surf
side and has been a member ol
the Town Council for eight year-
Other officei s nominated in
elude: Sam Annis. Joseph L. Good
man. Ben l.awson. Isidore Ober
lander, vice presidents; Hyman
(leon. treasurer: Lillian Baker
secretary
On the board of directors: Ml
and Mrs Aaron Aberbach. Irvine
Billi Fannie Broad, Dr. Louis
Bunim, Dorris Drexel. Allen \
Kis, Ruth Freeman. E
(,,,., nb I. Joyce Farber, Minn i
Frevstadt Fred F ':"''1- LiM
F Hall, Hern
Hoberman, S
Liskin, Rose 1 awson, Harry I
ih Malek, i>r i>
\: | el, Irvine St
v Leona Meisel,
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and HEBREW LESSONS
Also private lessons Connect-
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JTewfisIti Florildiairi
MBVAT fl'irL V 1 I l.wnil il Cnito* Harold Gardner, membership chair-
a^oi i.iarK \i i i<|>ii
Mayor Stephen Clark will be lio.ne. 13291 Old Cutler Kd., on chairman, life trustees.
guest of honor and principal speak- Monday, 1:30 p.m.
er at the annual membership col ...,, Thl' 76 mem,'r organic on
lee of the Women's Committee ol Mi,vor Clark Wl" spcak on '"" tanetloBI as a year round find
Varietj Children'j Hospital Ccfnmunity Pediatrics Hospital raising arm of the hospital, 'I
and fcvill be introduced b\ Mis ingWfcinds from dftiatfOK Gifi
Hosting the si.ciil event will be Ge r< MacLean president ol the cc K du>- and the an *l
Gen. K A, Evans, hospital presf- \ omen's Committee. New mem' 1\ Sail Members aho wor is
dent, and Mrs Evans, al theff*brrs w II be prrcrrrrtfl h\ Mrs n the hospital.
;
Florida Jewish War Veterans Auxiliaries
L!f t Monthly Calendar of Oct. Activities
'] il. i J34 Wash Dgt'on Ave Joint
nei: n. .'. ith the Post will take
la v on Wednesday, Oct 25 al
Wa hin ton Federal, Normandy
Ule Saturday. Oct 28. the Atix
! ill hold a "Night ( lub
\i ht" at the Casablanca Hotel.
chairman, Mrs Milton Koch lux-
iliarv president i~ Mra David
Cobden.
Nrman R-uee Rrown Auxiliary
;'. ;i nilar meeting
- iv 8:30 r m 'it Pythian
1601 '' St a soi ial
Tii idaj. Ocl 17 ,v bI
i I meeting
home ol Mrs Hy M irris,
i aMan< i i oral Gables, on
lay, > -t 25 The Post and
Vt'vi'iarj are celebrating their
i \ ir ann sr*ary w th a
it th Mgiers Hotel,
- laj Oct. 22 at 6 p.m.
. > ilia -v chairman for th" .if air
,- s ph i- Mra B 'lie Schwartz.
W(l ''iami Auxi'iary will hold
mthlv meeting on Thursday,
, l( ,.. ;. ),. .,, .,, .,,. home 11
\i,. Stanley M Gold. 8410 SW
St Grouo president is Mrs
an Kurman.
Murray Solomon A'>ili,ry's
I "."'Tine is scheduled for Tues-
0 p.m.. at Zamnra ("enter
: ,rrv K"-.isn v. ill chair s
joint Post and Aux'l'ary blood band
d party on Tuesdav, Oct. l". at
Zamnra renter. Auxiliary president
is Ml .lean Kaufman.
Hia'eah-Miami Springs Auxiliary
will hold Its regular meeting on
cundaj Ocl 8. 9 30 a m al the
Park l.ane Cafeteria. Hialeah.
Breakfast will he served Mrs. Ber-
nard Lev itch is Auxiliarj president
Abe Ho'rowiti Auxiliary will hold
a reeular meeting on Thursday,
Ocl 12. 8 30 p.m. al Unified Hall,
2300 NE 171-t SI Obligation cere
mony for new members will be
held on Thursday. Oct 26. at Uni-
fied Hall 8:30 p.m. Mrs. Herman
Gromet i Auxiliary president
*
Harry H. Cohen Surfside Bay
Harbor Auxiliary will hold its
monthly meeting on Wednesday.
Oct 11, 8 pm. at Surfside Town
Hall. !>2!>H Harding Ave. Auxiliary
president is Mrs Sidney Traca-h
Miami Beach Auxiliary has
- heduled a board meetini; for
\v. i lay Oct. li. al Washington
Federal 1234 Washington Ave
x'liary president Is Mrs. B<
er
North Shore Auxiliary will lid
a re iiil ir mi i ling on Wedne
Ocl il 8 n m. at Washington Fed
/Mrs. Green Installing Officer
Mrs. Milton Green, president.
Greater Miami Council of Pioneer
Women and member of the na-
tional board, will install leaders of
the hilat Chapter, Pioneer Women,
on Monday evening ai Miami Beach
Fed ral. 755 Washington Ave
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look for the green foil package
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Friday Ssc '.ember 29
. ^Xtboitt f^coplc and f^Licc:
STEAK AT WESTVIEW COUNTRY CLUB
It was an informal Sundry night dinner at
with the steaks trilled outside, com
. ib and apple pie Even though il
way to Halloween t:ie colors makinc such
-:>lash in the dining room were or
Mack Seen having a grand tine were Mr
Mr- .' (ierald Lewis Mr and Mrs I^eonard
r Dr and Mr> Richard E Deutch. Mr
Mr- David P t'alsman. Mr and Mrs. David
R Hochberg. Mr and Mr- Max V Cogen. Mr
and Mrs Mark Matliews. Mr and Mr- Sam
Mr and Mrs Louis Davidson. Mrs Mary
ec and Mr and Mrs. Stanley H Wolff
LUNCH WITH THAT MAN!
[1 as a regular "he-mdii" luncheon at the
S'andard Club, but it was for she'-' Ix-Roy
Collins, in Miami for a few days, had lunch with
-"tie of his new and old friends. Judge Irving
Cypen and his Hazel are back in the swing. That
man Collins is a charmer, and it was a delightful
couple of hoar* Among those there were Mrs.
Anna Brenner Mevers Mrs Jack Ross. Mrs. Wil-
liam Sineer. Mr- Jane Roberts. Mrs Aaron Fair.
Phillip Thau. Mrs. Basil? Barefield. Mrs. A.
Atper, Mrs Sol Goldstein. Mrs. Melvin Richard.
M-s Louis Glaaaer, Mrs. Charles Finkel-tein.
V E J Melnicker. Mrs Leon Sirkin. Mr-
David Miller. Mrs. Jerri Pollak. Mrs Arthur
Evans and Mrs. Ernest Stamey.
THE FANCIEST STAMPS
The picture of an elk. a bird and a flower
in the gayest of colors were the stamps that came
on a card from Czeskoslovensko from Hy and
Juliet Lieber.
A card from Harry and Sue Zukemick was
from the Queen's Garden Restaurant in Holland.
WHAT A TRIP! WHAT A LUNCHEON!
Raymond R Rubin took his Del on a vaca-
tion. The speedometer laid 1.000 miles but Del
was sure that it was 8.000 at least. They were in
Guatemala and Ray just had to see the Mayan
ruins. Thej saw them, but Del thought they would
be ruins themselves before they got through
driving around those hairpin curves When Del
got home she had a luncheon, strictly Guate
malan Sangria, tamales. everything unusual and
authentic and hot. hot. hot The appointment-
were in keening with the theme Between the de
light over the food and the talking, cards started
late in the afternoon. Janet Mrs. Melvin) Rich
ard was talking about her son. the president."
Rusty is president of the student body of the
University of Miami. Florence (Mrs Arnold)
Rubin had taken the same trip to Guatemala
twenty years ago and she kept comparing things.
Nothing had changed. Millic-ent (Mrs Leonrrdi
Bcldner recounted the adventures of her daugh-
ter, Judy, who had just returned from Europe
Some adventurewhen she "o1 to Now York her
baggage failed to arrive before the plane de
parted for London Ckrisse (Mrs Harry> Botwick
had stopped off to buy herself a present. She
had sent a wedding gift to someone and decided
she would like one like it for herself. Bunny Jav) Schwartz was talking about her daughter
Karen who had asked Del for a reeipe for water
bagel. Edith (Mrs. Myron) Behrman was tdmir
ing the way Del had done over the house, which
had to be completely redone because of the hur
rican disaster of last year Gwen (Mrs Anthony)
lane was talking about flowers, of course. It
didn't matter what Gladys (Mrs Myron) Cowen
was talking about, her dimples dimpled. Bv the
ray, the pictures that Del took with her borrowed
ten dollar camera were much better than the
ones that Ray took with his fancy one with all
the gadgets Don't tell him. That means you.
Simmie (Mrs. Paul) Barnett.
Frances Lehman
Fewer Appeals at
Yom Kippor Kites
An Increasing percentage ol on-
sen ativi sues will this vear
refrain from fund-raising di
. Kippur services, according to
a survey con lucted by th< I
Synagogue ol Amerii
member congregations
It had been the pracl ")
congregations in previous years to
--.licit fund* for vai
during Yom Kippur. when d max
imum number of cor
tended synagogue sen-ices. Thi
licitations were usually conducted
during Kol Nidre service
The survey showed 57 per cenl
of n- 820 affiliated congregations
have completely eliminated fund-
raising at the Yom Kippur sen ice
Another 28 per cent conduct "si-
lent appeal- by distributing cards
returnable by nail or collected by
ushers
Panel of Doctors Discuss CP
Dr G oi ge L. Richai
Medical Advi
,i. or It mard A Beber,
in Howar I \ Engle were to
cusi the pro I the ceri bi ..l
edch |at the CP
rhursday
menl Centei
Mrs Jai k S h II -:-
lent Of tl
Dr. Mishkin
Dental Group Pres.
Dr. Jack H. Mi-hkin will l>e in-
stalled at the Miami Beach Dental
Society annual banquet to be held
on Saturday. 7 p.m.. at the Algiers
Hotel
Also taking office arc Dr Leonard
Sakrais. president elect: Dr. Victor
Lcnchner secretary: Dr Gerald
Werneck. trea-urtr.
Cham pagn e-A rt
Hospital Exhibit
( hampagne-Art Exhibit" spon-
f. red by Cedars of Lebanon Hos-
pital Auxiliary on Saturday. Oct. 7.
from 7 to 10 p.m.. at the David
William Apartment Hotel, will fea-
ture painting-, drawings and sculp-
ture of its members
Cochalrmen of the event are'
Mr-. Eugene L Komrad and Mr-
Harry Harwich. Mrs Ben Oren is
\ e president of membership re-
cruitment, and Mrs. Norman El-
ton i- volunteer services chairman
The hospital auxiliary has raised
over S82.000 towards an original
pledge of S100.000 to the hospital
Members conduct orientation class-
.- and train volunteers to work in
the Gift Shop, laboratory, business
department, library, information
desk and with the bookmobile cart.
New Decorations
Inspire Social
Temple Beth Am has scheduled
a dance for Saturday night in its
newly decorated social hall
Just one part of a master plan
for additions to the temple, future
improvements call for an enlarged
library with iacilities for art dis-
play and a museum, rooms for
adult education courses, more
class rooms, new offices and an
outdoor pavilion.
William Baros is chairman of
the fund raising committee. Her-
man Feldman serves as chairman
of the temple building committee,
and William Sanes is social chair-
man
Burnett Roth On
Anti-Semitism
Brandeis Zionist District of Mi-
Beach, North Shore group of
the Zionist Organization of Amer-
ica, ha.- scheduled an open DM
> for Monday at 8 p.m at Wash
Ington Federal, 1133 Normandy
l
Ezra Finegold, district
I will Introduce Burnett Roth.
a na'ional director ol the Anti-
i amatiofl League, who will dis-
co-- Negro Anti-Semitism."
A past president ol the Miami
Beach Zionist district, and a for-
i chairman of the South Florida
Zionist Council. Roth is one of the
founders of the ZOA m Miami.
Mrs. Farr Chairs
Annual Clinic
Mrs Aaion Farr. vice president
of the National Council of Jewish
Women, and co-chairman of the
women's division of the NCCJ. will
serve as p: chairman at
Friday morning !*th annual pro-
gram clinic of the National Con-
ference
The clinic, scheduled for 10 a.m.
in the Jordan Marsh Auditorium,
will feature a talk on police-
community relations by Dadc Sher-
,: i: Wilson "Bud" Purdy. with
WTVJ vice president, Ralph Renicfc
as moderator.
New Showrooms
for Beach Willuer's
New decorator showrooms have
been opened by Willner industries
at 1735 Alton ltd., and will be
headed by Jack Willner.
The company, which specializes
in repair and installation of all
types of windows and doors, was
founded by Willner s father in 1952
Main Office is located at 126 5th
St., as A. J. Window Service
Willner. a 22-year-old graduate
of Miami Bea.h High and the Uni-
versity of Miami, has spent tin-
summer concentrating on the busi-
ness and the particular needs of
Miami and Miami Beach residents
With complete faith in the com-
pany's ability to service the area,
young Willner stated. I feel that
I have an exceptionally complete
line, not only for the interior dec-
orator, but for the do-it-yourself
trade also "
Married to the former Nancy
Nathan in 1966. the couple Is >\
pecting their first child in I>e
camber
Israel Loan Approved
JERUSALEM (JCNS) The
World Bank has approved a loan
of $15 million to the Israel Bank
for Industrial Development, il was
announced here It follows a simi-
lar loan, of $20 million, granted
in 1060
HER TOUCH
MAKES THE DIFFERENCE
2 New Names For
City Publicity Depl
Hal Cohen. 41. former newspaper
man and publicity officer for the
cits has bean named director of
the i ty's new New-. Promotion
and Publicity department in a
unanimous vote bj the council
Serving1 ai assistant in charge of
Special Events will be Al Wolfe. 2!i
h men are highly qualified
wa the Comment made by Hank
Meyer, public relations consultant
to the city.
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We need a 'Project 1. < Start" 10
educate the parents who Deed to he
educated in Judaism." --< Mr*. Mo
timer Jacobson. national pfaaseenl of
Hadassah. world's largest Zion >
organization. "Booki a me cannot
educate or inspire o v-
must tec it* parents and teachen .s
live illustration*."
The AII-NltduBiMe Rgdjy.
The-* das pt-ins and -lkout are
commonplace, hui haveyou Over beard
ola Read-In' -\ Hihle ReaJ-ln at ih..t!
I Mi- summer :u siudcni* from neigh-
bor.ng colleges and high ichooli loch
pan m this unusual happening,
dreamedupbytbeJevouhl immuaiijf
(. emcr of v ilkes-iane. Pa ^ ia read-
ings, dramaMG sketches, tongs and
discussionslacyoungpeop sespl 'red
various hooks of ihe Bibie t a mara-
thon nine hours" stretch. \ mi might
well call it a Long Night'* !>ay.
IMMATURE HUT FRUITCAKES
2' a cups chr-ppee Planters E>-rh Watautg
2 cups (lb |af)csnd sd m ed
truits & pee-s
11 cup eark seedless was
i 4 cup chopped Steeled Mfneg
1'4 cups on- Hi I
i j tup Pnl*r- 0' '
*4 cjp final) p^fied 3r?w> sur
1 tsp Salt '; tsp B> < )~cr
p cinnamon \i tsp i >s '
14 tsp ground cloves ; .-- ifangt jmee
InIji-ki- l"'*I. Ihornaghb i '>mbur II juih*
Wjlnui-. inixrd trrnls jn.l geill, rjisins,
ihtlltSi ind c"P tliKir: v.-i i\id. In
small mivrr b.il omihinc l"inlcrs Oil.
cs und hrimn sn^ar. IWul *l mrdium
sp*et for 1 miiMUs. %craputt id <
hintl m-i'isiunallt. Sift logclhrr n injmin
't cup tluur .ind rrl "I dr> loyrrdimls.
Mir inln nil miMiiri- ltrrnalrl> nh
nr.itii-1 |oke, POnf mivliirr mil* *4
fruils; Wind si/ i lips. Hake al .'so I lor "i to is nunuirs,
or unlit diint-. Ktmiiii' from pans. Ii I I "I
on niri-racks. Ildrsirrd. brush ailli aiai
corn s\rnp lo jila/r. Makes 11
MAPIE CHIFFON BATEAU
1 cup plus ? tbsps sifted -ak I '
'4 cup sugar l'i tsps. bJm< pc;tr
1: isp sjt -4 cup Planters Oil
: egg yolks
6 tbsps. cold water 1 tsp mapie Haver
12 cup egg whites W tsp c^am ot lariat
1 j cup cnopped Planters Cocnta 1 Pi*' la
Sifl Hour, aagar. hakinu pind.-r and uN
Into raixini: hol. Make ell in irnirt
of HiMir niixiurt : pom Plant. r Oil into
will. \dd rtic inlks. njlrr and inapla
II.iiiii Im al iinlii sinooili. In *c.hmI bunl.
Seal ega "hn.s nitti cnaai "f tartar until
mi\ slift piaks torin. INmr injg m-Im
mixiiire alnvil) osefl rgg ivhltei .out t"id
111 mill I \ tun 1) 10-1 lil. ixl.il. PoM ml" 2
uagreaaH Mimii cake pan. Haki 1
325 I lot Ml in is niiniM,.,, ,.r intil done.
lavefl pins anil let cool hefor reinoniig
eakis. Wtwl Cool, till and 'roM 'h
llufli Magle I losiuiy. and de-orate unit
chopped 1'l.mlirs c iHklail I'eanul-
HuH> Maple I ro*Jtia>gl In lap of JouWe
boiler, lomhiiH 2 i:n whites. I tup Mtgar.
. teaspoon iiimii ol larlar. ', nip nl
water. I'laie oier ttoiliii^ water and htal
tmtil miMiiri foi 111s stilt pfll Knni'H
Iiiiiii heat. \dd I leaspo.m maple ltflior|
eal mixtiire In -pi. adinu ionv-ien> >
WANT 37 FESTIVE RECIPES' ENCL0SN6
PLANTERS OIL lABEL0RCAPtlNER.WRI II
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SQUARE STATION. NEW YORK N Y lOO'O.
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pariuiikii cuiiihr. (If
In ii 11- up in, \uitrn ihv '
made die J>
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MANNA ABOUT TOWN
IS A STAN0AR0 BRANOS EXCLUS EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE
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<^fn J lie *S!5ocial recall
Joe Zalis has just returned from
Baltimore where he visited with
his family Abandoning 1668
SW 14th Ter, where he resided
for some 30 years. Zalis is now
making his home at 1614 Me-
ridian Ave., M.B. .
Another returnee, Mrs. Ruth
H. Katzif. spent the entire sum-
mer visiting with relatives in Na-
trona. Pittsburgh. Moneen and
McKeesport, all in Pennsylvania,
and in Troy, NY. .
Dr. Albert E. and Elaine Rosen-
thai, who sign their correspond-
ence "El-Al," on a round-the-
world jaunt by jet Itinerary
calls for fewer stops and longer
stays at Rome, Teheran, Bangkok,
Hong Kong, Taipei. Tokyo and
Honolulu Returning by v ay
of Los Angeles, the couple will
visit with their daughter and her
family in Palos Verde-; before the
trek home around Nov. 1 .
*
"The Elite Singles." a new
adult group, has joined the Miami
social scene Geared to single
men from MS to 60. and single
women from 35 to 55, the social
group holds meetings and plans
affairs which will appeal to the
segment of the populations which
wMiea to cultivate "interesting
friendships in a selective, mature
group" Dr. Milton Lyons is
a member of the executive com
mittee .
*
The Frances Wolfson Art Schol
arship for the 196768 academic
year has been awarded to Melvin
Ralph JuatM, I senior art major
at Asheville-Biltmore College in
Asheville. N.C. The award
wa. presented bv Morton S Conn
general manager of WLOS-TV and
WLOS Radio, a Wometco subsidi
ary. for a work by Justus en
titled "Pllkimani Tiklauila." Ml
Australian tribal term which
translates into something like
"Hands Off" ... The France
Wolfson Art Scholarship is paid
Position Wanted as
BABYSITTER
for infants and/or children of
all ages 6 days Live in or
out Light housekeeping. Want
Shabbos off Call 443-0503.
m
for out of profits derived from
the sale of the painting; .
* *
Deauville Hotel president Mor-
ris Lansburgh played host to some
two dozen members of the Miami
Military Overseas Wives' Associ-
ation for dinner and a showing of
the Broadway musical "Carnival"
on Sept. 22 in the Deauville';
Casanova Room nightclub .
The club, sponsored by the Red
Cross, is composed of the wives of
overseas servicemen Many of
the husbands are in Viet Nam.
but some are in Germany, West
Pakistan and Greenland, accord
ing to Maureen Emmel, president
. Club members are Sheila
Coppala, vice president; Harriette
Love and Elaine Newnham, sec-
retaries; Mary Foster, Barbara
Barto. Josette Tippenham. Denia
Trujillo. Deanna Skinner. Donna
Stokes, Carol Pusaro. Pat Rogan.
Brenda Tallant, Donna Foresman.
Joy Collins, Irene Busch, Gail Ro
senberger. Jan Campbell. Jo Don-
alson, Jane Miller. Susan Parsons,
Barbara Passino. Carol Moore.
Lvnette Hancock and Elena Hall
Israel War Hero
Will Visit Miami
Lt Col. Dov Tamari. command
er of the Israel battalion which
captured Port Said in the recent
, Arab-Israel Six Day War. will be
among 14 high-ranking officers
visiting Miami Sept. 30 Oct. 2
under the auspices of the United
States Defense Department.
According to Major James H.
ICarothers, Jr., Commander of the
U.S. Marine Corps Reserve Train-
ing Center here, Miami has been
selected for the second consecutive
vear to familiarize the various
allied officers with the American
way of life.
The 21 year-old, 10-month long
program teaches high-ranking offi-
cers from friendly nations the prin-
ciples of directing a large and
'lifihly sophisticated military com-
-nand.
Eleven countries are represented
'his year: Israel. Spain. Thailand.
Canada. Brazil, Norway, Australia.
China, Korea, Venezuela and Ar-
gentina.
Sky
I^ake Installs
New Leaders
Officers and board members of
sky Lake Synagogue will be in-
stalled at a formal ceremony on
Saturday at 11 p.m.. preceding the
-nidnight Selichot observance
Rabbi Jonah E (apian will con-
luct the induction, and Cantor
'larry Azare'sky will chant the
loliday service Sisterhood mem
jers will host I social hour follow
ng the installation.
Heading the roster are Ralph
Detltseh, president; Daniel P Tu-
liek, honorary president; Irving
'.auferand Abe Panzer, vice presi
lenta; Leo Berman, treasurer; Nor
nan l.ii Vrman, Edwin Tunick
.ecielane-
Board of director*;: Jack Abu
:ow. Ben Barg. Herman Ehilich.
Vsheri Engelman. Sidney Hecht
nan, Harry .1. Friedman. Ben Ja
obson. Julius Kaplan, Manfred
\aufmann. Stanley Kestin. Jack
\ornfeld. Raphael Levi. Marry
Morovilz. Donald Picker. Maurice
Iowa, Howard Roskin. Rtnsell
kherfer, Aaron Staiman. F.lmer
Udell Lawrence Udell
WANTED
EXECUTIVE SECRETARY
FOR
JEWISH NATIONAL
r,oc AlllTiTlflN
Yuban Coffee Ideal For
Intertaining on Holidays
Rosh Hashona is a happy holiday
tnd a cood time to offer your fam-
'
> serving them Vuban
Coffee. Hi.- pniniiiiii it.....!
I era! Foods
Jewish Youth Council Conference
Moves To Strengthen Israel Ties
TEMPLE NER TAMID Sisterhood "Kick-Off
Luncheon." held recently, was sponsored
by Mrs. Morris Cohen in honor of her hus-
band's birth lay. C of the corr.nv'
j: it I- ol lh affair included (left to
righl) Mrs. Philip Randman, Mrs. Irvinq
gun. Mrs. Corlton Blak presi lent of Sisl
hood, Mrs.
president H Sisterhood, Mr:-,. Harry Glaz i
and Mrs. lacl min.
Bv S-jecial Reoort
C01 l SPRING N V An ex
. pro r im in information,
lion ai l pubic relations tf
i i' and under
I ween American youni
tei i'l" an l l lei u ,i adopted b)
:i No lh Amei iean J w iah Youth
ncil ip a lh conference
a! Surprise Lake Ca.np here.
v re than 50 delegates, includ
; sidents and directors of the
'J ma'or national youth organisa-
tions m the U s. and Canada spent
!iii e da; s di cus ling the recent
crisis m Ihe Near East; increased
sure on the Russian Jewial
community; ihe celebration ol
"Jewifh Youth Month" March 19
\\ ril i.r) and ne v anti Israel and
n'i Zionid trends In the civil
ts movement
The Council decided to provide
extensive inform ition on volunteer
in- and v (irk. study and
,.;." el pr igi.' 'i- in Israel and en-
i 'a v constituent membership to
larticipate in these programs. It
i i cm mended increaaed study of
lebrew; circulation of special po-
itical analysis lor the youth com-
lunity and interpretation of events
n the Near Bast to enable imple-
nentation of information and edu-
ction programs throughout the
ountry; and intensified activity to
ombat anti-Israel propaganda de-
dgned to weaken L'.S.-Israel friend-
ship.
Increased activity to further iden-
ify the youth community with the
if hi of'Soviet Jewry and to unify
I. wish youth activity in areas of
ommon concern on the American
cene were approved by the co-
rdinatmg body.
.orber President's CoHee
Lorber Chapter of the Children's
\sthma Research Institute and Hos-
lital at Denver will hold its annual
>resident's coffee in honor of pres-
dent. Mrs. Ernest Harris, and new
nembers on Tuesday at 10 a.m.,
it the home of Mrs. Howard Silver-
tein. 7391 SW 115th St.


FRATIRNAl ORGANIZATION
Mutt ynder(land THHaa
Call 531-5679 or write L S.
Box 2173, Miami, rla. 33101.
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EXPERIENCE
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WANTED
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WOMAN
to oct m companion and to care
far Marly lody. live in. Miami
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Our wish for the New Yean
MAKE ISRAEL ECONOMICALLY!
STRONG Buy Israel Bonds- I
Give to Israeli |
MAYSHIE FRIEDBERG
era! room ---------- ^ f
As you might expect, Yuban
cost* a little more than regular
ottee hut ttie difference in taste
is more than worth the difference
:n cost The taste tells you that
here Ls a coffoe made from the
nick of the coffee beans, aged
carefully, deep roasted, and blend-
ed artfullv to (five vou a flavor
'hat can't be matched.
Your co*nniny will ask for sec-
ond and third cups when you
serve Yuban coffee, so be sure
d rnaVe enough for all those co.'fee
'overs in the crowd.
Yu^an is available in regular
md instant Trv both and you'll
quickly realize that you can't make
or serve a better cut) of coffee,
holiday time or any time. S.T.
PEOPLE INTERESTED
IN
LIVING.
WORKING,
STUDYING or
SETTLING
IN
ISRAEL
may obtain information
by contacting:
Bernard Katz
Chairman, South Florida
Zionist Organization
of America
Israel Aliyah Committee
531-1371
Wometco Snags
Great Western
Wometco Theatres announces the
booking of Universal'! "Hough
Night in Jericho" starring Dean
Martin. George Peppard and Jean
Simmons, directed hv Martin Rack-
in. as one of the "Nato Fall Film
Fair Hits. 1967 "
Hailed as "the kind of Great
Western that ha-n t been made for
a eood many yei.rs." the film is in
color
Opening date is Fridav. Oct 6.
at the Carib. Miami. Miracle. l>3rd
Street. Surf and TWIN 1 Theatres.
THE MINYONAIRES
SYNAGOGUE
3735 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI, FLA.
Proudly announces that
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WILL CONDUCT SERVICES
FOR THE HIGH HOLY DAYS
"A Modern Traditional Service"
Seats Now Available
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assortments of delicious Barton*s sweets, boxed for these special days.
Top lo bottom:
A. Miniature nut and honey cnltcs. (I. pcs.) 13 <>: 2.25ea.
li. HipsIi Hashonah Bartonettes, assorted. I lb.
wrapped in liosh Hashonah itift paper, 2. iff ea.
('.. Shofnr assortment, oil miniature chocolates, candles in the center
of the box, wrapped in multicolor foil, packed shape of Shofor. 13 oz.. 2Jiff
I). Continental cookies, l.'i oz., 2*2* en.
/,'. Cookie gift tin. I lb. I oz.. 11.50 ea.
Shofor ami streets baa (holds kiddie imps, chocolate
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JM CANDY SIIOPPE. first floor, m'uuni
available at dad eland and fort li.uderdale



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Fntiny. September 29. IP'""
!
BELLE
/JVTJICCr ^-Wc/l/IJi7/l
We
the
Women
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
All that Belle (Mrs Isaac i Levin ha~ to do is to look
at her charm bracelet with its mementoes of thank vou's
from all of the organizations she has \-orked for and her
whole life passes in review with each gold disc. Belle v. a<
horn and grew up in Baltimore. Md.
She married her childhood sweet-
heart and they had a long happy
marriage. But row Belle is alone
with her wonderful memories ol
her adored husband and of course
the children and grandchildren
Belle went to Baltimore Teach-
ers Training School and taught
school. She loved being a teacher
lust as later she loved being ;.
club woman. When they mi i
Miami in 1926 Belle got a Florida
Slate license so that she could
substitute in the public sch
The Levins had two children
son Robert is married to Juanita
and has two daughters. S
and Dot ed Dr Maurice Si
and they have threi Gerold, Richard at
irla.
Belle became the typical busy il'ib woman, running
her household with efficient ease with one hand while help-
run the community with the other She was pre
of Miramar Parent Teacher^ Association and taught Par-
liamentary Law to Dade County PTA'ers. pres-
ident ot National Council of Jewish Women and pre
of Temple Israel Sisterhood She was president of the B'nai
Brith Auxiliary of the Women's Division of Sholem I
She was most active in Mt Sinai Hospital Women's Aux-
lliarj and was made an Honorary Life Director. She was a
Lady of the Dade County Red Cross
One of the things that Belle has liked best is being a
-randmother. That is easy to tell because she organized
The Grandmother Clubs of Mt. Sinai Hospital and Temple
Israel Like all grandmothers she thinks that her grand-
children are the most. If she had her way she wouldn't have
considered a ten-page report on "My Cirandchildren" a bit
out of place in this article.
Thinking back over all of the things that she has done
Rc-11 recalls that she has been parliamentarian of most of
the organizations to which she has belonged. Her keen mind
found it a challenge to see that the meetings ran smoothly
and to impart the knowledge to others.
Belle's days are still filled, yet maybe not quite so
actively although she is still participating and attending
meetings Maybe -he gets to read a little more She's always
at the library to put her name in for the latest book She's
an excellent bridge player and delights in playing with her
friend.- -
All of her life Belle has worked with women. She had
a comment to make which points up her own philosophy.
"1 take my hat off to the woman volunteer. She is wonder-
ful and fills a great need in the community." Belle's en-
thiiMasm. know-how and gentle kindness has filled and is
still filling a need in this community.
njJcJMncj Jjclls King
music
AT ITS FINEST
BOB NOVACK
ORCHESTRAS
INSURE THE SUCCESS OF
WEDDINGS and BAR MITZVAHS
AND All
SOCIAL FUNCTIONS
Orchestral Trio
Accordionists
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WANU& ROOM ATE
19 to 21 girl to share one bed-
room apartment San Souci
area, furnished, swimming
pool, air cond. and heated
CALL SANDRA VAN
754-0443
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MRS. ROBERT GOLDMAN
Goldman-Kimier
An early afternoon wi
mony united the >rmer -
K. Kimler and Robert .' i
in nuptials performed
Morris Kippt Sundaj it Ui.
at the Dupont l'l. /a Hoti I
a reception in honor ol the newly-
was held,
bride is ti.
\!r and Mrs, Irving Kimlei
Kin^s Point l'i.. North Miami
Beach. Her bridegroom is the son
ot the late Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Goldman of Brooklyn.
Bridal attendants were Marcia
V Holly and Sharon Kimler. The
groom had his brother. Paul Gold-
man, as best num. and serving as
ushers were Dr. Ira Goldback.
Steven Ira Goldstein and Floyd
Scott Steinberg.
. On their return from a cruise to
Nassau, new Mr. and Mrs. Gold-
man will live in Coral Gables
where the bridegroom is attending
the University of Miami. He pre-
viously was a student at RCA Col-
lege. His bride attended Sheeps
head Bay High School.
Steinberg-Schwartz
Sandra Jay. daughter of Mrs.
Harriett Schwartz. 5313 Collins
Ave.. was married to Paul B
Steinberg, son of Mr. and Mrs
Morris L. Steinberg, 5325 La Gorce
Dr.. on Sunday. Sept. 17. at the
Dupont Plaza Hotel Dr. Irving
Lchrman officiated
Daughter of the late Richard
Louis Schwartz of Houston. Tex.,
the bride attended the University
of Florida where she was a mem
ber of Alpha Epsilon Phi and a
Gator Gras Princess. She has a
bachelor of arts degree, cum laude.
in English, from the University of
Miami, and is teaching English at
Shenandoah Junior High School
Steinberg graduated, cum laud.-.
from the University of Miami,
where he was a member of Delta
Sigma Phi. business fraternity. Phi
Kappa Phi. scholastic honorary so-
cietv, and served as editor of the
Business School newspaper. He
graduated, with honors, from Stet-
son University College of Law. and
is a practicing attorney in Florida .
'
MRS. PAUL B. STtlNBtRG
Washington. D.C He i- past
president Miami Bi
, resident ol
nioi i : and

Yo Met v
Richard \v Ervin III '
:-.. and Phyllis Steinberg the
\ boon m Sur
S iuth Amei ica, and the Net her
mil -. the will live
Vpartments on Miami
!' ich
Maiek-Sussman
The Dupont Plata Hotel was the
'setting on Saturday evening, Sept.
_;i. for the nuptials uniting Julia
Ann Sussman and Sigmund Malek.
Rabbi Sol Landau officiated at the
8:30 p.m. ceremony
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs Abra-
| ham Sussman. 3310 SW 17th St..
1 the bride was attended by Mrs Jay
Sussman. matron of honor, and
bridesmaids Jeanette Welch and
Ingrid Freidman.
Rubin Sussman served as best
man, Peter Kovac and Jay Ssa<
, man ushered.
Son of Mr jnd Mrs David Malek
of Tel Aviv. Israel, the bridegroom
is a high school teacher. A grad
uate of Hebrew University of Jeru-
salem, he is now doing advanced
graduate work in mathematics
there
New Mn Malek is a graduate
of Miami Senior High. Miami-
Dade Junior College, and attended
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
with the American Student Pro-
gram.
The newly-weds will live in Je-
rusalem where they will continue
their academic studies.
MRS. ROBf RT C0NS010. iff.
Consolo-Grossfrtan
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solo
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ed fi L'i
Miami
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do, 584 i
I i Bat Rd ilso i^ a graduate
Miami
Mb i R i' Ming trip to M,
In' couple will live in North Miami
Beach

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^
Friday. September 29, 1967
. if n i*,t fh i idfiatn
Fnq-
Ck
itrntin
yours,
W
: i ,1
The fashion picture for women
i. constanly changing, and one of
the change* Mrs Gerald Soltz is
, rned about is Ihc change in
shoes.
Women went from the very
l, spike heed to the low chunky
hcil, and from pointed toes to
round toes Many women find the
new rounder toe is more coin-
fortable than the cramped poinl
ed effect, but Mrs, Soli/ feels
that the current shoe silhouette is
not flattering to the leg or figure
The lower heel forces the body
weight back onto the heel and if
you aren't careful how you walk
ii tends to over-emphasize the
rear of the hips.
i K course, there are many worn
en who like the fit and look of
.he current shoe silhouette, but
for those who don't, there is a
bright future. Paris is showing a
higher and slimmer heel with ils
current fall collections As we
know. Paris is usually about a
year ahead of the American
styles, so for Mrs SoitZ, and those
who feel as she does, we can
predict that you will soon Ik- ahle
to find more of the higher heels
available in our local ihoe stores
and departments. These heels are
about an invh and a half higher
than the current squat heel and
*bout half the thickness, and
there are a few of them already
scattered around the city There
are still several sources stocking
the "old fashioned" high heel for
iho-e who prefer this fit.
Mrs, Richard Stone asked about
the closer fit of dresses that both
Pans and New York are cur
rently showing Women's Wear
Daily has dubbed this the fit and
, look and It does seem as if
thi- silhouette will !> "in In
M< ad ol the tent or full .Mine
silhouette, the bodice is cut closet
1o the holy with a definitely de-
ed waistline and then the A line
flare follows in the skirt
Now
you can er>|oy
owning
ORIGINAL
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.it prices you
wouldn't believe
possible
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Melts have been slowly return j
ing to the fashion scene, sum
dresses have half belts in eithei
front or back which don't pull
the waistline in as tightly as the
full encircling belt. Current!)
chains are being Used as belts, as
I art of the current hardware
picture.
Mis stone also asked about the
hardware fad in clothes, and the
answer is that it is .strictly i fad
and will soon pass from the fash-
ion scene. It lalls into the "fun''
Mizrachi Kinneret
Founders Tribute
Kinneret Chapter of Mfcraehi
\ omen's Organization of America
ishered In the ni w year on Wednes-
lay ;ii Temple Zamora with a
'Tribute to the Poundei -
Chapter president, Mrs Ruth
ielberl introduced Mrs Rose
ichwartz, chairman ol the evening
rogram Assisting Mrs Schwartz
ere Me-.ia in Ruth liirsch. Han-
ah Honig, Gert Kussner, Betty
lubin and Miss Esta Karpell.
Mso on the ag< nda was a medley
it songs presented by Mrs Muriel
flam and chorus members Mes
allies Hannah Honig, Ann Namoff,
.nctta Schwartz and Miss Bsta
[arpell.
MAYOR JAY DERMER mds gavel
Mrs. tries S id
Had whili Mrs. Alb
Stone coordinator ol all Florida rs. looks o-i
Sunday Events For Hebrew Univ.
ident of the Hebrew University's
Maimonides Society and Dr. .lack
Simon Kll. president of the medi-
cal division.
ilothcs picture
one or two Mich items in your
current wardrobe as tbey add
varietj and spice, but the hard-
ware will never be accepted into
a real fashion image
Mrs. Albert Beer's inquiry was
into the protected hair styles. For
several years the more bouffant
coiffures were being worn and
hats have been practically non-
existent Press designers also in-
fluence hair stvles, and the trend
now is toward the close fitting
bids. Obviously you can't wear
one of these over a more elegant
hair style, so hair is getting
shorter .and being worn closer to
the head
Mrs Beer stated that since so
man) women -till prefer the full-
er coiffure, the question of bats,
or head coverings, for wear in the
synagogue remains a problem
Again designers have the answer
to this in the form of small, yet
full veils Thej are available In
all colors, either with flowers,
feathers, or plain The) are in all
price s, and in addition to
serving as a head covering for
On Sunday morning, South I-lor-
dii Division American Friends ot
he Hebrew University of Jerusa-
lem will hold Its first meeting for
he 1967-68 year, according to -lack
-v Popick. national vice president
fun to have ""' president of the Miami Friends.
Host for the 10:30 am breakfast
U) be held in the Imperial House
collie shop, vvill be Leon .1. Kll.
chairman of the sustaincrs of the
Hebrew University.
Agenda will include plans for the
annual dinner ol the Hebrew I di-
versity group t. be held Saturdav
night, Oct 28. with the Earl and
Lad) Balfour as honored guests.
l)r and Mrs. William ller.uk
Bernstein will welcome members
of the Medical Division of the
American Knends of the Hebrew
University at an informal gather-
ti'.- in their home Sunday i ve
Ding.
\ panel discussion will be pre-
sented by Or Joseph Harris, prcs-
Sports Program
Offered By 'F
An expanded health and physi
cal education program for various
age categories was announced this
week by Dr Alexander Tudor, di-
temple, they also keep the coif |recto,. 0| health and physical edu- and Lt Joseph Kogan.
fine in plan It jusl doesn't make ,,.,, 0l (ne YM YWIIA of Greater
to select a dies- and prop- Miami
sens*
, r accessories
carefully and '.hi n
spoil the effective fashion illusion
with a yarmulke on the head
Belli Moshe Ladies
Make Oct. Plans
Mrs Sidney L Schoen, newl)
elected president of Beth Moshe
Sisterhood, will preside at a r<
ular board meeting Monday eve
ning in the Popiel Social Hall.
\ nda will include plans for the
in i 9 meeting and an Oct. it
luncheon.
On Monda) evening, a mi
ship tea was held at the hom.....
Mrs Richard First with Mrs Da-
vid Rosenfeld, Mrs Ben Kirschen
baum, Mrs Max Rudolf and Mrs
Milton Schwerskj assisting
One of the highlights of the pro
gram will be a weight-lifting and
bod) building course for members
of the V of at least junior high
school age Also for the lunior high
school through adult group will be
class* iii judo and wrestling.
other features of the program
include ladies' slimnastics, tennis
classes, handball and paddleball
and after school spoils for children
of eleineniaiv school age.
Enrollment at the Hebrew Uni
versity medical school has been
increased by so per cent because
Israeli students studying abroad
returned tor the Six Pay War and
wish to complete their studies at
their own Israeli medical school.
Several Arab students from newly
regained territory have also ap-
plied lor admission.
Sisterhood Plans
Panel on 'Crime'
Crime in the Suburbs and How
It Affects YOU and Your Children''
vvill be the topic for discussion at
Temple Or Olom Sisterhood's
monthly meeting on Thursday eve-
ning, Oct 12. in the temple social
hall.
Leading the discussion will be
Gerald Kogan, former chief prose-
cutor, Capital Crimes Division,
state Attorney's Office. Panelists
will be Judge Donald Stone, senior
indue of Juvenile Court: Morton
Perry, chic! ol Rackets and Frauds
Division State Attorney's Office,
chief ot the
vice squad. Dade Count) Sheriff's
Office
Mrs Gerald Schwartz and Mrs.
Murray Rosenberg, presenting the
program, suggest that sisterhood
members bring their husbands to
the meeting.
Mrs Lawrence Kaplan is mem-
bership vice president, and Mrs
Joseph Rothman is Sisterhood ores
ident
fashion Show Featured
A fashion show by only r.I. <
and White'- was presented at t le
Mpha Omega Dental Auxiliary an-
nual membership luncheon in
I'm si|-iy at the home ol Mrs. Si- n
Berkowitz, Coral Cables Serving
a- chairman ol the day was M -
Howard Rosen Mrs, Paul Richtv ,:i
is auxiliary president.
Should wives
be jealous of
Mrs.Adler?
True. sh,. makes < Mush-
room i Barley Soup ev< n
a mother-in-law would
envy. Hearty. Nourishing.
Loaded with beans, celery,
onions and carrots, i To say
nothing of mushrooma and
barl.
And wait til! you taste
Mrs. Adier's Pea Soup! And
In r Vegetable Soup!
Bui why be jealous?
Just serve it to your hus-
band with ii nothing-to-il
look.
And let your matin -
Imr be jealous!
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Fridov. September 29. 19'7
Congra tu la tions
to our
LOCAL PHARMACIES
NATIONAL PHARMACY WEEK
Kv l'!mrii:::<*ku 50 N.W. 176th Street, Miami
rruiicSon WSaoltviuIc Druj
60 N.W. 6th Street, Miami
< o.
MeKesson A- Etohbiii*. In<-.
7455 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami
Hal ton Drug Coiiiuamy
2200 N.W. 2nd Avenue, Miami
4>oiB 5617 Funston St.. Hollywood
Miami Tel. No. 949-1032
S A S lliarifiia<* 40CN.E 131st Street
North Miami, 757-8541

SEFla. Joins Pharmacy Fete
SIGNING THE 193/ Procla
is Gov. Claude the
.5 IV,
trd.
crou
it 1
w\\\ es in other
countrj in the observ-
ance nexl week Oct 1-7) of the
43rd annual Pharmacy Week of
the American Pharmaceutical As-
social
tide Kirk has signed a
procl n officially designating
the period as Pharmacy Week in
Florida The if many cities
.n Florida have issued similar
proclamations.
Ber. S retary-manaser and
chairman of nublic relations of the
Southeast Florida Pharmaceutical
Association, is state chairman for
the observance of Pharmacy Week.
A key event in the observance
will be a meeting Tuesday evening
at the Key Pharmaceuticals. Inc.
SO NW 176th St.. North
roi Beach, to be attended by
pharmacists from Dade and Brow-
Counties.
A tour of the facilities and in
of the latest equipment
ill ier the direction
an. executive vice
of he Key Corporation.
pharmaceuti-
icesa -
will
- of the
ling roan-
of ethical medicinal
products in -he State of Florida.
n the manufacture of
on medications which
marketed nation ide and
.;um
European market
on the prod-
staff E I'
of pharma-
tion.
The I of Pharmacy
its vice presi-
:..;. of Miami
Mill show a recent and
most accurate documentary film
LSD-25. This important film
will lati own to other in-
terested groups on request
Miss Wanda Jean Rock, a Senior
student at Coral Gables Huh. will
be honored for having twice won
he pharmaceutical award at the
South Florida Science Fair. Her
winning project on "Birth Control-
crone and Estrogen"
120,000 Pharmacists
Pharmacy is the application of the basic sciences of chemi-
stry, physics and biology to the preparation and control of medi-
cinal .-ubstances. The pharmacist i- a specialist in the science of
drugs. He has an understanding of their composition, chemical
properties, manufacture, uses and potential dangers, and storage
requirement^
Some 120.000 pharmacists practice in the United States. This
includes community pharmacists, hospital pharmacists, phar
macists in industry, education, government and others Nearly
100,000 pharmacists practice their profession in the nation's
54.000 community pharmacies.
A degree in pharmacy requires five yean of academic study
today. BeveraJ pharmacy colleges require sis yean Following
graduation, a pharmacist must pass a rigid examination by the
State Board of Pharmacy in the state of his choice before he is
licensed Many slates also require six months to a year of intern-
ship under the supervision of a registered pharmacist as a pre-
requisite to licensure.
National Pharmacy Week is sponsored annually by the Ameri-
can Pharmaceutical Association, the national professional society
of the pharmacists of the United States, in the interests of the
profession and the public health and welfare.
Healtharama in North
Beach conducted l>\ the SI Law
rence Council of Catholic Women
at 2335 NE 191st St one da.
to Pharmacy Week
noon, Sept. 30 These exhibits will
Displays during Pharmacy Week **" on Hospital Pharmacj and Com
will be set up in the Miami Main
Public Library in Bavfront Park
of the Hospital Pharmacy Commit-
tee of the Florida State Pharma-
ceutical Association. Mr. Vishkoff
and Ben Sakv
Phar
on the Profession of Pharmacy."
in the Miami Senior High School
on "Careers in Pharmacy"' and an
exhibit on "Poison Prevention" at
the Pre-Vue for Safety Conference
sponsored by the Women's Division
of the Dade County Safety Council
to be held at the Everglades Hotel.
Monday. Oct 2. Two displays and
pamphlet distribution on Modern
Drugs will be in evidence at the
munity Pharmacy and on
maty as a career
Members of the local Phai
Week Committee also include Wil
Lain Morris, Eileen Gol
Dave Acton. Gordon Shafer, .Ir
John Stadnik and Sidne\ Simko
witz. president of the Southeast
Florida Pharmaceutical Assn
The St ite Pharmacy Week i n
nuttee will compete in tli National
Contest on Public Education Last
year, under the leadership >i chair
- a Merit Cerl
ras awar le PI
i Ml 'c- ll \s-n for Its pro.:
the American Pharmaceutical
"i atu n, headquartered in v\.
D C.
tant part of the am
I Pharmacy Wet k
the Miami an .> is the annoui
the i I of the A W
. Award. Th -

"Bill long-time m
ol Ihe Pha. icj \-- .
in D I a foi in Si
\ resident and men
' State Phai
m.iey Board Morrison was theti
pharmacist to serve on the Flo>
SI Board ol Health.
rm;sK\Ti:i> niitoi 4.11 thk 4 01 htksy of tiis;
BEN SAKS
Secretory S.E. Association
was recognized as Superior by the
judging panel of the S lutheast Flor-
ida Pharmaceutical Association.
Pharmacist and com
mittee member. Eileen G
will announce the launching of the
I 167 Essaj Cont< si fur High School
studi "Pharmacj
[s For Me "
Tie Larry .\ing radio show on
Thursday evening will feature a
n on various aspects of the
Pharmaceutical profession and in-
dustry Participat'.n1- \>ill be: Paul
alian, chief pharmacist of the
Veter ins Hospital in Cora' Gables
and | Florida So-
acists; Vern
Bov.cn. sales-manager of C.-andon
Wholesale Drug Co.. distributors
pharmao i Irug pro-1
. iorida for over half a centurj
and Mr Stadnik. member of the
Board of Pharmacy of Florida and
rator ol three community phar-
macies and a \eterinary medicine
: h use, who was formerly a
vice president of the American
Pharmaceutical Association.
Another radio program v ill in
elude Albert Reinhardt, chief phar-
macist of the Air Force Base Hos-
pital in Homestead and chairman
ACME PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY
118 S.E. 1st Street, Miami
J E KATSCH. Registered Pharmacist
ALHAMBRA APOTHECARY
2200 Ponce De Leon, Coral Gables 446-0864
ALLAPATTAH PHARMACY
2000 N.W. 17th Ave. 635-7321
ANAPOL'S DRUG CENTER
9580 Bird Road. Miami 221-3331
BAKER'S PHARMACY
400 Pa'm Avenue, Hialeah
WILL BAKER GEORGE BAKER
BAY HARBOR DRUGS
1001 Kane Concourse, Bay Harbor Island
BORINQUEN DRUG STORE
2700 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami
ESTHER COUVERTiER
BOYLE'S PHARMACY
2511 Biscayne Boulevard, Miami
BROWNSVILLE DRUG STORE
4634 N.W. 27th Avenue. Miami
WARREN W WELTERS, Owner 634-7233
BUDGET DRUGS
3001 N.W. 7th Street, Miami
ROBERT VICKNELL
CENTER PHARMACY, INC.
9727 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami Shores
CLARK-SNYDER PHARMACY
976 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach
CONGER CLINIC PHARMACY
1633 N.W. 35th Street 635-6723
COMMUNITY DRUG STORE
6750 N.W. 15th Ave., Miami 691-6651
CORAL PARK DISCOUNT PHARMACY
9722 S.W. 8th Street 221-0353
CUTLER RIDGE PHARMACY, INC.
Walgreen Agency Next to A4P
10865-A Caribbean Blvd., Culter Ridge
CUTLER RIDGE LIGGETT
REXAU. DRUG STORE
I 20217 S Dixie Hwy, Cutler Ridge- 235-6731
DOCTORS APOTHECARY, INC.
12990 W Dixie Highway, N. Miami
DOUGLAS PHARMACY
3717 S.W. 8th Street, Coral Cables 443-1239
ECONOMY DRUG STORE
1101 N.W. 3rd Ave 373-1264
5720 N W 17th Ave. 696-2421
EDDIE'S D3UGS
1C01 N W. 54th St.. Miami 754-3531
FADER'S DRUGS, INC.
2201 Coral Way 448-1870
FAMILY DRUGS
18100 N.E. 19th Avenue, No. Miami Beach
FERRANTE'S DRUG & LIQUOR STORE
1836 S.W, 3-d Avenue Miami
FIFTY FOURTH STREET DRUG STORE
1201 N.W. 54th St., Miami 754-6401
FLAGLER PHARMACY
53CO W Flagler 445-3671
FRANJO PHARMACY, INC.
9715 E. Hibiscus, Perrine
RAY SEDLER, Owner
FLORIDA PHARMACY OF
COCONUT GROVE
3401 Main Hwy 443-5238
FOREMAN'S PHARMACY, INC.
421 W. 29th St., Hialeah 887-7076
GALLOWAY PHARMACY
7035 S.W. 87th Ave. 271-3081
GLADES DISCOUNT DRUGS
737 N.E. 167th St. No Miami Beach 945-1471
GRAY DRUGS
7611 Dadeland Mall 661-8564
211 Hollywood Mall- 987-5900
GREENE'S DRUG
1701 Coral Wav Miami
MORRIS GREENE, Owner
GUSAR DRUG
18430 Collim Ave., Miami Beach 945-2617
JET DRUGS
2699 N.W. 54th Street 635-1154


Friday. September 29, 1967
Jbrfrf ncrkttan
Page 13-B
natonal PHARMACY week October 2-9
this week and every week...
your pharmacist works for better
community health

THE NATION sets aside this week to recognize
its pharmacists for unceasing and unselfish devotion
to their duty and to their hand-in-hand service with
your physician, twenty-four hours a day; day in and
day out in all seasons and all weather, your pharmacist
is ever ready in any emergency that may arise.
THE LOCAL DRUG 5TORES represented on this
page are observing NATIONAL PHARMACY WEEK.
They will bring to your attention the c ofessional side
of pharmacy, as weil as educational s of inter-
est. Remember, a hand that helps stop disease
belongs to your dedicated community pharmacist.
I IH.I.OWIM. I'll All >l\< IIS WHO < OltlM \l I Y I.Y YITI-: YOl* TO VISIT Till III SIOIII S
KING'S REXALL PHARMACY
12451 S. Dixie Highway, Miami
MORRIS SILVER, Owner
KASDIN DRUGS
2235 Collins Ave. 538-8488
6625 Collins Ave. 865-7431
LEES PRESCRIPTION PHARMACIES
7880 Coral Way. Miami
401 Coral Way, Coral Gables
2525 S.W. 3rd Avenue. Miami
5898 Sunset Drive, Miami
LUDLUM REXALL DRUGS, INC.
1601 S.W. 67th Ave., West Miami 661-7097
LAKE FOREST PHARMACY
4C80 S.W. 40th Ave., Hollywood 949-5371
MARTINEZ PHARMACY
855 E. 41st Street, Hialeah
ENRIQUE MARTINEZ Owner
ESTHER L. ROMO, Pharmacist
MERIDIAN APOTHECARY SHOP
1680 Meridian Avenue, Miami Beach
MIAMI SHORES PHARMACY
9540 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami Shores
MIAMI SPRINGS REXALL PHARMACY
45 Curtiss Parkway, Miami Springs
MIAMI APOTHECARY
PRESCRIPTIONS A APPLIANCES ONLY
8100 N.E. 2nd Ave. 759-5000
Ml BOTICA PHARMACY
1520 S.W. 8th Street 374-1147
MID-TOWN DRUGS
2301 W. Flagler 633-8465
MILLER DRUG CO. INC. OF MIAMI
217 N.E. 1st Ave., Miami
371-6731 or 371-5862
[MORRIS DRUGS
8346 N.E. 2nd Ave.
754-0712
IODERNE PHARMACY-STORE No. 3
905 Normandy Drive, Normandy Isle, M.B.
lELSON'S PHARMACY
6939 S.W. 57th Avenue, Coral Gables
BOB NELSON, Owner
NESTOR'S DRUGS
5201 S.W. 8th Street, Miami
NORTHWEST REXALL PHARMACY
676 N.W. 79th Street, Miami
M C. SMITH, Pharmacist
PARK SHORE PHARMACY
10898 N.E. 6th Ave., Miami Shores 754-9508
PROFESSIONAL ARTS PHARMACY
IN PROFESSIONAL ARTS CENTER BLDG.
1150 N.W 14th St., Miami 379-0803
OSCAR COLSKY
PAUL'S DRUGS, INC.
14501 N.W. 7th Ave. -685-1506
PEOPLES DRUG STORE
402 N.W. 8th St. 374-5874
PARK & SHOP PHARMACY, INC.
2503 N.W. 37th Street 633-3992
PARKWAY PHARMACY
1299 S.W. 22nd Street 379-7271
PERRINE CENTER PHARMACY, INC.
645 Perrine Ave., Perrine
238-3641
QUINTERO PHARMACY
1190 S.W. 1st St., 379-3686
RALPH'S PHARMACY
5 N.W. 36th Street 759-6658
RICHMOND HEIGHTS DRUGS
14638 Linco'n Boulevard
CLARENCE & OLIVIE EDWARDS, Owners
RIVIERA PHARMACY
4720 Le Jeune Road, Coral Gables
ROBERTS ALL-NITE DRUG STORE
JERRY STERN. Owner
ROBIN PHARMACY
9920 N.W. 27lh Avenue, Miami
ROBERT'S TAMIAMI DRUG STORE
5705 S.W. 8th St. 661-1691
SABAL PALM DRUG CO.
5385 N.E. 2nd Ave.. 751-8525
SIMS DRUGS
4090 E. 8th Avenue, Hialeah
SIDNEY SIMKOWITZ, Owner
STONE'S PHARMACY
11638 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami Shores
We live on Premises for Emergency
Night Service "Drive-In Window Service"
SENTRY DRUGS, INC.
9375 Miller Road 271-3838
SEVENTY-FOURTH STREET DRUGS
7353 Collins Ave., Miami Beach 865-0555
STERLING REXALL PHARMACY
3832 N.E. 2nd Avenue, Miami
RALPH MATTHEWS, Owner
SHELDON'S DRUGS
9501 Harding Ave., Surfside
2903 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
SILVER DRUGS
16660 N.W. 27th Ave., Opa Locka, Fla.
624-8446 or 621-3141
SPILLERS DRUGS
8227 S.W. 124th STREET 238-6041
STANLEY DRUGS
8690 N.W. 22nd Ave. -691-4161
SUNILAND REXALL PHARMACY
11331 S. Dixie Hwy. 235-061 2
TARASCH PHARMACY
18315N.W. 7Hi Ave. 621-9961
TOWN DRUG, INC.
5350 Palm Avenue, Hialeah
PHILIP BERKELL, ALBERT BARON, Owners
WARFIELD DRUG CO.
638 N.W. 27th Ave., Miami 634-6112
WEST MIAMI PHARMACY
7365 S W 8th St Miami
SAMUEL SLOBAN, Pharmacist
JOSEPH DUNAYEP, Pharmacist
226-2515
WESTVIEW DRUG STORE
12605 N.W. 17th Ave., North Miami 688-0061
WHEELER'S DRUGS
37"7 N W lA7h Street, Miami
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Richard I Berenson 100 E Kim.
\ to Dr., who brought this coun-
try's first indoor jai alai fronton
Miami in 1923 died Sept 20 at po'LinVv:.-- i--:i-> :-.. < mm s\v
.. \v. I. v. --:-;. VIlOll l( the age ot .4
Servioea wen held Sept. 22 in
the Blasberg Memorial Chapel
with Dr Irving Lehrman official
and interment in Woodlawn
P; rk
\ past president of National Chil
d. vn's Cardiac Hospital, Mr Bel
< son was chairman ol the hospital
board of go* jrnori when he died
He is credited with having the michaels.^uh,^ ^ x;
I spite! move lo bettor facilities watts, .xii-i. -1 : sol NW mi
in ift6i when a research laboratorj
iich specializes In rheumatic
hi art disease w as added
Mr. Boron-on graduated from
the High School ol Commerce in
Boston where he was l*>rn. stud-
ied engineering and accounting.
then worked in his father's
struction business
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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. 67-15116
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
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DADE COUNTV
CIVIL ACTION. NO 67.13872
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ICANA MAZA !
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Friday. September 29, 1967
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
No 67-14156
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
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FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 76420
IN Kl' i:st VTK
VNNA SARAH UARKH'K

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with tho U s (oast Guard as a
lutitenant commander and i
t Miami in 1825 He was a mem-
bei of the Masons, the Elks
mber of the Mi
oter of V'arietj Club Intorna
, I ..I. ti mal. 1 an bs v Ii b ->i n or
tctors G
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,n L Stanlej of Miami
'hers. La I Ol
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Mrs Maurii N'-"A
York i nd thro.
child
Pioneer Miamian
Rose Dubbin, Dies
Pioneer Miamian. Mrs Rose
Pubbin. Of 6520 Allison ltd died
Si pt 23
Wife of the late Samuel Dubbin,
she had lived in Miami since 1017.
Survivors include three
Judge Albert Dubbin. Henry nub
bin and Daniel Dubbin, all of Mi-
ami: nine grandchildren and 13
g eat grandchildren.
Private services were held
Mitzi Stallniaii.
Mayor's Wife, Dies
Mrs" Mitxi SUllman, 5. of 8910
Emerson Ave wife of SurftMe's
mayor, Judge Louis Stallman, died
Sept 22 She had come her* 16
years ago from Now York
Active in ninny social and char-
llv groups, Mr- Stallman mi I
life member of the Angel Chapter
of the Hope School and a life
member of National Children's
Cardiac Home She a'.so beioi
to Temple Nor Tamid Sisterhood.
Mi Sinai Hospital Auxiliary. I'-u"
u.u-ola. City of Hope and Kadasaah
In addition to her husband, she
i- survived by a son. Michael, a
brother. Max Epstein, and a sister,
Miss Ethel Epstein, ail of Miami
Beach.
Services were held Sept 24 at
Riverside Normandy Isle Chapel.


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NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
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COUNTV IN CHANCERY
No 67-15073
INTERPLEADER ACTION
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Cur No 67 14081
NTICE OF SUIT
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTV.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 7617*.B
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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* Jen 1st) Ffrracfiatjn
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LEGAL NOTICE
THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
'in AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 76168
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, SCHWARTZ.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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county. Florida, to iii. Count}
i.l Dade County, and tile the
lui>l..... hihI h pro\ Ided In
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the lounty i '..uril.'.UK.
County, Florida, within *-l\
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 74631-C
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prrwnnl ".> claima and demand*
which >..u may iiiv. aaalnat lh<
. i.,te of BENJAMIN e. I.KINMAN.
.-.> fete .1 I Mil*- County, Florida.
1 Count) Judge* of Datdu. County,
.i ill.- -I., -..in., lit duplicate hi..I a-
I, ..\ ided in s. tlnn 713 Ifi, Florida
Si itutae. Ill ili.tr ..ffi.-es In the Count)
< m houM In Dade County, Ploridii,
I ndur montka from the
..f the flrat publication hereof,
unto ill be barred
Dated ;.i Miami, Florida, thin :i day
Alll.1!- t, I ll 1'."'7
ESTHER KI.EINMA M
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1I N 17- Ifct AveilUu
Miami. Florida
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- Ii ,1: > i Selilemtw-r. If".7
i.\mki. VEAL hki.i.kk
Vttontey for Kaevutrix
tint Ii \ iiuii.in.g
Mi..nil. Florida
9 S-1S-22-29
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 75937 0
Ii KM K. late of
MIRIAM RATSHtN
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
til i'i i-dttora null Ail Paraona Hav-
iig Claima or li-niund'. Against Said
K-iaU
x.*u ;.r. hereby notified and rwjuir-
..1 u> pn i,i any i l-nms and .temunds
\. im-ti you in..\ have auainat the aatate
of MIRIAM RATHHIN deceased late
oi ItaeV < Ytunty, Florida, la the County
Judsjua oi lu.i.' County, and file the
me in .?,I, iti .'i-I 'i- provided In
- imn 7: l m. Florida statute-, m their
: .*. ii the County Courtnouae In
.1) .v County, Fkmdev within tx
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fi*i publ .iti"'. hereof, .r th- name
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I luted i Miami, Florida, thin J1- da]
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KUBANOR NORTON
x Baecutita
i- .-?! publication ..f ihn notice on
th ii nf s. i.i. moor, IM7.
SCHLISSEL A SCHER
Ariorney tor Eiecvtrix
60S L.oroio Road
M'ami Dr.icn. Florida
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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 FOR DIVORCE
J< iSHPrt A CAhvUt di IUhi.s
Pleunttff
IKSItHil. RfM>8
I lefendojit
'in jksi H .1.- ': H
I'.irii.n-. Veneauela
Vou. ii:sis ,i. Hi ios ar.- hereby
notified that .. Hill ..f i'oni|.l..n.i (or
l>ivorce haa boon filed usuraal you,
i rou an requered t*1 nerve .1 pony
v-iir Answer or I'li'ii.linir to th*
if 'iininbiini on th.- Plalntlfra
HMorney, KAINK KAItl.. .'is
M-Hziir Avenue. CoroJ Qublea, Floiida
3*IS< mi.I file the erhrlnaj Anawer or
Pleodlna m th.- offloe of the t'lerlf of
the ntreexlt I'ourt Oft or In-for. the 9
da) of Metooer, IMW If >-<>u fail 10 Ho
en ju.i^in. ni i.v i.ft .iu for the ri'h. f llamanrtafl
In ihe inn <,f CouMtkUnl
Tht*. mil ire nhall publWhid once
... h neeeii f..r f.ur iMHioecutive weelte
in TMK JKWJKH KMHtllilAN
IMiNH avii nRPRRRI) ;it Miami.
Lri.la. tin- 6 .lay of September. A li
I'^.T
i: H I.KATIIKIIMAN. Clark,
<'lr.uitfi.urt. I i,..l. County, Kk.ii.la
ll> I. S. Im-PIBTRO
'IrcuM i\n Seal)
1 'INK KAKI.
Slk Aleaaar Avenue, I'urel (Sablen.
I i.Tldn i|i4
It) Mel ll Karl
Atiorn. > ^ f..r Plaintiff
/is-ti-n
miM
BY HENRY LEONARD
"It fell with his second blast!"
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JlOr.E'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 76134-C
in i:i: K.-t.it. ..f
MA V Hi: Iti I.MAN
I......-. .1
NOTICE OF PROBATE
THE STATE OF FLORIDA:
T.i M.I. IT.HS..NS IN'TKKBSTBD f.N
TIIK K8TATB tF RAID DKCKDKN'T
Vou are hereby notified that u
u'litten Inetrumenl puportlns to be
the ly>t ^v 11 .111.1 I.t., nn ill of Utld
dei-edeut haa heel.....m'tted lo t""
bate in 'j'.i i'ourt Von are hereb)
ouunanded within m\ cab rtdar month-.
(nun Hi.- date ol the flml publication
..f train notice lo appear In "-aii! Cotarl
and ehoui rnuoe, if ....v you r^xn. wl,\
i ., ii i ,,i,| i-.'u.-t in admitting
-..i.l ..ill t. ir..i.Hi. should not atand
unr. \ 'k. .1
I'.KiTIKIK T <"l. IKK
. '..lintv .Iii'Il'-
Hv: i.ois r r\sT'.Hi'ii:i.ii
Clerk
< I S. :,l
MVi:i:S. K.M'I.AN' A- POKTKK
Attorne) for i-:\. rutor
1150 S W i-i Htrei i
Miami. Florida
Flrat i.ui-ln-i'..ii of thie notice on '
.(,. th iUxs .f September, itttT.
/(IB-tt-St
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter M7?2 Acts of 1941
File No. 67-A-490
MOTrCE IS HKHKBV f.lVBN th:it
MAIlOIJTi i.i<'IITi:n'hi:hi; holder "t
County Tax Role Certificate Sti ......
iiaued th. -th day "f May. A l>
I..- filed iam.' in my office, mid
haa made application '<>r lax deed lo
i. Isauod thereon Raid Certlflcatt
cmbracei the following deecrlbed
ppnpcrt) in ihe Count) of Dade, si.it.
..f Florida, to-wlt:
l..t is Block I, Rymmea Rharmun
Tract ri.it llook i-.u-.- 17" In
tii.- County ol l ladi Suite "f
Florida
u in. ni of Huid property undi r
the .< .1 pertlflcati \...- in the ne nn
nf Karon P
Cnleae nalil ball be r.
dei ni'-.i to law, ihi nropi I \
,i, ... i, ,i .-,. ..i.i ii i .
hltrho-l hldilei il fourihouw .l".-r
,.ii 'ii. flrat m,., .| .., ,.
..I i. i. hi i h i- Hi. I
run of ii oil., r t'"-7
|. ... .i lhl> >.....in tltaniel, I
I- |1 il- \ TIM-i'\t < V Clerk
Circuit Court H rte i Wiin Florida
I p F. Of 1.1 ISTH \ VI i
1.. ni'\ 'lei 'k
fClrcuil 'III t S. al i
0.1 V I -.
IN THF COUNTY JIlDf.E'S COURT
IN AND FOR RAPE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 76134-C
iv it Ketate '
M \\ RKROMAN
lie.......
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.i \t| I'r.-.lit.ii and xii Pi rm ni H
nir Claima or Detnandi ABUinat Raid
Batata
Vou are h.r. I.v notified anil reejulr-
ler to preaettt any rktlmfl and demand!
i whi.-h you mm i.-.. neuinal rhe
.tat.' .1 MAX BBHOMAN, II.-.-...-.I
inte nf iin.i. County, Florida, lo the
Judaea of Dade County, an.I
- nn. in dunNcnte and an pro.
in Se.Ti'.'i 7-'t3 ll>. Kt'.ri.la
. in th.'l." nfflcea in the Count)
in Dade County. Fbiridn,
iilcndnr r-i'.ntliH fr. LEGAL NOTICE
CIRCUIT COURi. 11th JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No 67 1391X6
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
I.i:\VIS A XVtll.KK.
Plaintiff,
n
id'SK i' XXlll.KK.
I >(. imImii
VtII, Hiisi:i' XX i H.Ki:. are noiifi.Hi
1,1 nerve .. cop) of your aimwer t"
iMvuror Compbunt filed aitaim-t u
on Pliiliilifrx attorn.a. IJROrUlB
nH'MoI.as. 112 \ \x Itlh Ax.-., .Miami.
Fla., .in,I ill., ortcloal with flerk of
tin* Court on or b. fore L'nth day of
tic I ober IM7. otherxxitoe .niulaint xx ill
In i nnfeaaed ii\ you
l 'ati ,1 s. pi 7 1967
i: H I.KATHKH.MAV. Cl.rk
., H) M <|'.;i'i:kitk KKNT.
Bi\ Deputy Cl.-rk
I IS -M 10 6
County
file the
vlde.l
Rtatutai
Court houee
within
time of th.- fi"-t i.ol.Ii. at'.ni h.-r.-oi
c.r th.- aantr \. ll be barred
Dated al Miami Florida, this 31 do)
..f Aucu-t x n 1MB
I'.KHStiv RBRCMAN
A Kx ecu lor
Flrat nul.l'.-atlon of ihis nolice on Hi.
Illi .I.v ..f Sent 1967
MVKItS KAI'tAV A IHiltTIZK
x.i... ii. v f.T Bueeutor
i lie s xx it Btreel
Miami. Florida. 3^Ir. >
I NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
VHTH'K 18 HEBKIIV i'.IVKV thai
the underaltned, deelrlnp to eniraan
in Ihmio.-- under thi fk-tHloua nnmi
nf I.A i'I'HXVA i \ I : : > at nuinlo r
ITIK w.-i Ftacli R'reel in Ihe Cltx
of Miami, Florida Inti ">l i" renlati
th.- enld name trltli the Clerk "f ihe
ir. an Court of Rroward County.
Florida
Dated nt Miami, Florida, ihi
day of S.'io.ml.er i'..;7
IMHIKItTil PBRBK
.III IO FBKN \M.KZ
XX II.MAM I'XSTIIII.I.l
Attorney f.r Applicant
l.i:n City National Bank hi.Ik
S Wet Flakier sir. t. Miami.
:. 15-23-29 I"
Ml,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ViiTHK IS HBHBUY UIVBN that
th*. uinl.'Mkni'il, deeiring to enaTOaXe
,:i liu I'..-.-- unrt. r the fictitious name
> II.XI.I. MARK l.lf.HTIN'i; STI IHii
..... IliHcuyni Rlvd. xx'ay Inlenda to
reicleter said name \vith th.- Clerk *~*i
ii,. Circuit i'ourt ..( Dad. County,
Florida
IIA 1.1.-MARK KI.KCTKK'AI.
SAI.KS I'M. I.Vl
lly MAKK MISCI.
IIBKBBRT i: KAUFMAN
A ; lorm y l.r appiivuiii
I'ul'.Mll HuildlllK
K :: 10 ..-l.l-.'n
CIRCUIT COURT. ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 67.14672
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
KIMi'K HALL,
Plaintiff,
\ -
II US. i.\ MAI.I.. Jit.
I lefendant
vnr, JCHRON iiai.i.. in. are
notified to -.rv. a copy "t yourunav*-
. r to iuv.t. Complaint filed aaTulnet
you on Plalntlfra attorney, flBuKOh!
VH'IKll.AS. gt; V XX r.TIi An-,
Miami, Flu. ami file original with
i'I. rk of thia t'oun on or before
i..t.'l..r J7. 1967, oth.-rwis.- complaint
will be confeaaod by you.
Dated s.j.t. ml., r ;n. IS61
i: U l.KATIIKRM A V Clerk
11): MAROUBRITK KBNT
Di put) Clerk
.I 10 i 13
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
CASE NO 67-13476
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
Sec 72.13 FU Stats
IN RK
Pi I it kin -f
VIKRII.KI HAI-:/. X .1
S x |(A i: X i:Z. In- wife,
Petit lonei -
Petition For Adoption of XRI.KNB
\i xit'K i:i;vrs. a minor
V< .i i v m tm i rkvrs n| Bar-
rio Cnnnbonxtlto, Puerto R ar.'
hii-eh) notified that a PETITION has
ii Ml. i in tin- i'ii'iiii uri ii)
XTi-'.rili.. I' ., I H I- .'.
" |03l v xx .ii Ktroet, tpl No. -.
\: ..nn- IT,.-ni ...r Ihe XUopI ".n ol
XH1.KNK MARIB RBYBS, n minor
v i Petltlo there ia D itached n
i-iiVSI'VT for X.I.'i'ii"". executed
. ... .. .i i.i, .ii,
the Honorable I Vll.l-A HKS It'inill-
i ..f Puerto Rico, in and for Cosuaa,
I'u.-i i" Kl.....i elfi nn.lin. ,1 by thl
\ ietanl Re. rotary of Rtnle nf Puerti
Hi.,,, under hi- band ..ml '-.al >'"il
,.. reoulred < '.,'.. .' ''"in of vour
tnuwer, or and Objections lo Bhow
'.'U-. \ihv sai.l Petition -lioubl n.'t
I.. granted, on JOHEPH C l. \issi:i,.
I.AI'SSKI. I.XXX' OFFICES, Suit. SI2
Iti wayne Itldg 10 Weei Flagler
......t Miami, Florida M1M, T-l
'7t mil, Attorne) and Solicitor for the
Petition, rs. and "to file thi original
thereof in the iiffi,-, ..f i: it Leuth'
in.,ii. it- rk of the I'irciiii. on or be-
fore October 8, iWi HEREIN F\ll
VK NUT or .. Default will I.....nt.'ie.l
... I '"I
VVITNBRB m> Hind an.I S.iil fit
the I'l.'-uit i'ourt. Miami. County of
Dade, Florida, this day of AuaTuat,
|s,-.7
i: II I.CXTIfKRalAN. flerk
R) K xt l.VM XV
I.. puty I'lerk
9'1-S-li-M
IN THE COUNTRY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 72995
iv HI' Eat.it, of
INBZ f. RlfllMANV
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAI DISCHAOf.E
NOTICE i beret) given that i have
filed Final Report and Petition for
I I--'-. 1>'- .! ie.....
I vn utnr Of the .sli.te of INKS '.
HifllMWv .i,,. ,.i and thai on
th. Mil .III. .a llcl ..7 ..'it i.oi.lv
if, ihi 'I '.il.' '"ii.-' Judarea ol
l lade i -,.i"i. Florida, I onrei il
,.f ..!.i I-" .i tr. norl and for
t..r of Hi.- eatate of the above*named
,o ,. ,i, ui i'Im- .tii ,in\ .. Reptember,
IN7
J CARPER C.KYER
' .'. ut.T
MAMIM. i.i r,i:i.
Attorn, y
101 K KO.arl. r Sir. t
SliJimi, Florida
tyl-lt-M-M
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 75836
IN RK Ketnte of
DANIEL KIM ARD I'i iRM x .
i... ,.,,-. ,|
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
. In All fredltom uml All Per, on It.,-.
Ing I'lailn- "T 1 i. Mi., H'ls At.nii.-i S.,1
I K-lale
Vou are hereby notified and requir-
ed 10 preaani any .laims anil demaii.U
xvhich Mai mio have agalnit the
-t.i.....f I.X.VIKI. I.'UXX Allli FOR-
MAN deceaOed late ..f Dude fount)
Florida, 10 Ihe i'.unt\ Judgea of |..oi.
t*ounty, ai.'l nle tin sum, ii, duplicate
and hm provided in Hectinn 733 16,
Florida Rtatutee, in Iheir ..ffi.es m
tile f..Ulll> fouribou.se III Dull.
founty, Florida, xvlthin -i\ calendar
montha from ihe time of Ihe flral
publication hereof, ..r the aume will
I., barn d
Da tell at Mi.inn. Florida, tin- '.Hi
da) of >' |.i. inli.i', A |i lDf.7
RICHARDC FORMAN
A- Executor
Flral publlcnlloli of ihl- notice on the
i Mh da) of Septembi i. I 7
HEN KSSK.V
i Attorn. > for Bxecutor
fll V oi ley i EUildil l:
' .xii.iim. Florida
.'.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No 67-14577
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
i I. \ I MA JoANN DL'RANT,
Pliiintiff,
\ s
IVII.I.IAM WOODROW DCRANT,
I i. n.I.int
I" XXII.I.IA.XI WOODROW Hi RANT
Stula i-.u,-
Moblli Alabama
Vou. XXII.I.IAM XX'i il.lii i\X DCR-
ANT, ar. hereby notified thai u Hill
of Complaint for Divorce hag '.....
filed agalnal you, and you are re-
quired to aerve a copy of your At.-.. i
or Pleading- lo the Hill of Complaint
on tin I attorney, PAC1
KWITNKY, 110 Lincoln Rood, Miami
Hi h. Florida and file tht orb
Answer Plnuding In the offici t
tin Clerk o| the fir. uit Court on or
before ihe :7 day of October, 1967 ll
I you fail lo !..... Judgment b) .1. fault
xxill t laki-n ngalnal you for thi
li.f .1. in..n.i'.i in ill. Rill of Contnlai
Tin- noil.', -hull I..- published once
..,' >i ...... for four conaecutivi week*
In TIIK JEWIR1I FIA1RIDIAN
li\r: XMi ORDKKEn .it Mi. ni.
Florida, 'in- li day of Septembei
AH l!'67.
K II I-EAT11ERMAN, Cli rk
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
B) I. RNEEDEN
I i. puty flerk
P.M'l. KWITNBV of
RM.VERRTEIN, KWITNEI a.
: .i l .iss
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
* Je n ifi fh>ridiii?r)
solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
mat 37.1-16*5
for messenger service
I i mi,...... Road
' \|i.,ini Reach, Florida
AI torn, v- for Plain tiff
.. oi .;. 13
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
No. 67-14135
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARY SliA-MBK BODNBII,
Plaintiff
J XKi: HODNKR,
|ii t. nilallt
I I XKi: III IDNER.
ii Reri -i llodncr
69 19 lb :i Roulevard
llliyslde. I." |U l-l.'ii.l. v. ,\ Voi s
You. JAKK l IDNER, h. n b)
notified thai a Pill of Comploltll for
Divorce li..- i-.u filed against you,
., ml you ..i n iiulred rx .. i npj
..f Vour Aiikv.it or Pleading lo the
Kill ol f. in|.l.,int i ii ilo Claim
.morn, x JOSH RBPHl'N, 1370 \x '
ington Avenui Miami Reach. Fbirldu.
I hi ,.r kIiihI \ -... r or
pi. iiding In Ihi offli b oi ii,. '. k ..I
Hi. i "In nn i oUit ......r I" fore ihi 19th
day ,,l li.i,,l ,-. 1967 If y<>U t'.iil lo do
-o ludgmeni I', default ;tl he taken
aguiual you i r Ihi relli ( di maml. .1
in Hi. Hill of ..,.,
ml ii shall be publ
In TII K I B\\ ISH FIJI iKU il A \
. i, '., ii ,....i-..,'iii iv < weeks
|h INK X VI i IR| .i:i:i:i ,,t Miami.
, 1.1 ilii- Mill da) of Si I'', ml" 1
A U 1967
i: It I.K X'I'll 1:1: xi \ p
Clrruil Court, Dadi Count) Florida
It) 1. SNKEDEN
I ii mi v Clerk
1CI11 int 1 'ourl Seal I
Ji ISH KKPHCN
I 'l7" XX i-lli": ioi X \ ir
Miami lb :.. li. FI01
Attorni v for Piaiulifl
'. 1 -.: in ;
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 67-14183
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
KAI.X K XVK.
Plaintiff,
\ s
MORTON I'M I K W'l'.
1 f. ndu .
TO Mi >RT*N PACI. KAVi;
Thumb rblr.l Mol.-I
l.a- Vi gua, Nevuda
Vou, M< uiTiiv PACI- K INK, an
hereby notified th..t a Hill of Com
|.|ami tor Divorce lias l..-. n filed
agam-t you, ami you are required In
-.-r\.- a cop) of your Anawer or Plead
jag to th.- Hill of Complalnl on the
Plaimifl- attorney, S11KVIN, tMNip-
MAN A.- HOI.T'/M x v. i:s...s II. ;,ii
tteybold HuiiiliiiK. Miami, Florida and
Mi ihi original Anawer or Pleading
in ihe office of th. f I. rk ol Ihe Cireull
''. nn on ,.r be for. th. SOtll day of
... |i i.i. r.ii7 If you fail lo do -o.
ju.ifim nt b> default will I" taken
ii:.iiu-i you for the relief demanded
11 ni. 11 11 of Complalnl
Tin- notice sliall he publlahed "in.
., h v^ I, 'or four ......-< u'n. w. i.-
i in TIIK ii:xx ISH kijii:i|.i x\
IM.vi: AND CDKKRKli .1 Miami
iln- 11 ill da; of Kept. mi..
\ I 1 '' 7
1: H I.KATHBRM xv Clerk
. nn 1 .'in 11.ni. Count). l-'ioi Ida
H) n \ 1:1 It'BKITR l< BNT
11. nut \ fli 11.
if ir. u 1 '.'in 1 Seal)
siii:\ 1 v t!i a 11 i\i xv \-
H< 'I T'/.M XV
.-. 1.. 1.1 Building
XI in ml, Florida.
Attorne) 1 f.t Plaintiff
IS-S3-3t l" fc
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
v.'ii.i: IS HEREHi HIVEN ll I
ihe under igned, deielring to engu-
I11 I'li-iii.-- under tin- ficlltlouB i.-.i
..f i.i.ia f 7'i V I-i .'n.l Street. Miami, Floi
mi, nil- ii reglatei r flerk of Ihe Circuit foil 1 of P
' fount v. Florida.
HERMAN COHEN
Sole 1 Iwner
x Am >N M K \NNBR,
Attorni y for Herman "ol
g-U-ti
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION NO. 67-1488?
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
M.XI.K X FRANK OROTSKV,
Plaintiff
! SAM SIMON OROTSKV,
11. i. ilI..nt
Th SAM SIMON OROTSKV
.:".i VVi -1 S5th Streel
v. Vork, v. w Vork 1 1 -
1 n > \ \l SIMON OROTSKV
hi 1 ll) Ol fll 'I thai a Hill of '
i-i......or 1 ih orci haa been fib i
. .u. -iiiil you are 1 .11. a copy of your Anawei or Plea -
ing to ih. Hm .,f Complaint on 1
nlntiffi \ 1." y, \H 'T i:-.i .7 fin National \i. 23 W I Sir. Hi Miami, Florn
ami fill tin original Ans r
..r Pleading 111 ihe office of the Cb -
.if tin Circuit Court on or befnre ll
tin) of October, 1*67 If you fell
,. ,|. no, judgment by default will hi
'.,k. 11 against you for the rellel '
mtmded ui the Hill of Complaint
Thli hall be nul Iished 01
'-...li week for four ciisecut i\e Weu -
THE JEWISH Fl.nlMIH \N
Iki\k: AND 1 IRDERED nt Mini
!i thin 22nd day of Scplemb
aii :
1: 1: I.EATHERMAN, flerk
fir.uii fourt, Iv .I. Count) l''lon.l.
R) M VROCBRITB KKNT
1.. out; Clerk
11 'ir.-uil t 'ourl S. ..1 i
>. a
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUFP"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 76155-C
' \ RK Kstafe of
xvvx i JORDAN.
n il in* '.....^ n r -
XN V X xt li illliA.V or
xvvx JORDAN,
l .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To xm Creditor* and xn Persous Hs.
ing 1 v .11- or Demands Againal S I
Vou nn b) nol fh ai 'I n qu
. ,1 In i.i. -1 ',l .in\ hum- .''! 'btllati is
a may bay .i-.i nal thi
late of tN.VA x Jl "RD xv. aom -
times l,i,o ,, :- x.vv x \| JORDAN
ANN x Jl >RD xv. decei .1 late ..f
1 ....I, 1 n .. Florida, lo the Coui -
. ... 11.i.i. County, and fib
1 ml .1- provldi
-. 733.16, Florida Statutes
1 the 1 'ount) .'"urtlovi
in Drnli t'ounty, PI......la w Ithli 11
Ihe time f
1 .,. 'iiiai'MiIon hereol Ibi
. i|| hi hatred
1. .' vil 1 ml, Florida Ihle I
la> limber t.D
OI. Xli-s v Hf. 'KNBR
X- X.lniini-tralrlx
1- 1 nuhl .'"...' in tlci
thi v nl Sen', ml.. 1167
MYERS, K xpi XV ,x Pi IRTKR
Vitornex for tdmlniatRt' 1 1
S xx '-1 Street, Miami Put
i _". |(i ... 1
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBAT E
No 76319-B
In RK '' Inti of
Kl IKABETH TI'VSTXl.I. W*IL7iCO>
I .. .. .I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credit! .1 x:l p. 1 aona Ha' -
ni- or 1 maml- x^.iinst > o

Vou are hereby notified and requir-
ed ti iv (..nn- and ilem
I ii \.ii nxiy havi oaTnlnel the .--
of Pl.l/.AHKTH TP VST M.I,
xxii,if. i\. deceoaed late o| Dade
County, Florida, to 'h. founty Judge*
o| I.. "I. County, and file Ihe eam-
.llli.ii.. 1 p-ovi,Ic.l 111 Section
;. Florida statutes. In their pfflcea
.11 tb. Countv t'ourtbou-.- 111 Dade
County, Florida, within m\ aaJendnr
Ihi from ihe time "f the first
publication hereof, or the -amc will
be barred.
Dated it Miami. Florida, this ivli
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