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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
October 13, 1967

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

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

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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
ie 40 Number 40
Miami. Flonia, Friday, October 13, 1967
Two Sections
Nazis Go On Trial For Babi Yar Killings
DUESSELDORF. (JCNS)-The trial
Opened in Darmstadt, West Ger-
nany, this week of eleven former
fv'azi officers charged with themur
led of more than 33,000 Soviet Jews
l! Babi Yar. a ravine south of Kiev,
September, 1941
They were all members of the
extermination Command 4A of the
S.S. Einatzgruppe C. This organiz-
ation and parts of a Nazi police
unit are reported to have been re-
sponsible for the murder of about
80,000 Jewish men, women and
children in the Kiev area.
Kuno Callsen, 55. a former S.S.
captain, who has been in custody
since May. 1965. faces the main
charges. Dr. Rasch, his commanding
officer in Extermination Command
4A. committed suicide at the end
of the Second World War.
The ten other former S.S. officers
on trial are: August Haefner, 55;
Kurt Hans. 55: Adolf Janssen, 51;
Alexander Diesle. 58; Victor Boi-
thon, 57; Georg Pfarrkircher. 64:
Heinrlch Huhn. 63. Ernst Consee,
61; Wiktor Trill, 61; and Christian
Schulte, 56. Only four of these
men are being kept in custody.
All eleven men arc also accused
of being involved in the murder ol
an unknown number of Jewish
children at Belaya Tserov. south
of Kiev. A report by the S.S. unit
in charge of the massacie refers to
the "destruction" of "three lorry
loads of children."
About 170 witnesses, mostly
Russian and German, will give evi-
dence at the trial, which is ex-
pected to last more than a year.
The indictment fills 500 typed
pages.
CHIEF RABBINATE
[Demand End
To Pogroms
y Arabs
IERI S \l EM (JTA) The
hiei Rabbinate ol Israel appealed
is v (k lo the conscience of
mankind" to demand an end
"the reign of black terror" thai
as been ui leashed against the
cwj in several A'ab countries and
r which the governments of those
luntriei an held directly respon-
se
The apoeal, signed bv Chief Rab-
Isser Untermann, will be distrib-
led to thousands of churchmen.
iblic figures and heads of humani-
rian agencies. It detads the "dai-
torture, beatings and hunilia-
ns" suffered bv Jewish citisena
the Arab countries, often at the
nds of former Nazis.
"All Jewish men in Egypt have
en imorsoned. including the se-
ously ill." the Chief Rabbinate de-
nied Tn Cairo hirsh restrictions
have been 'm"o~'d nnon Jews who
[have no' Vcn i'lorisoned, Those
pint are imprisoned 'iave had their
|ands and ribs broken, their hair
even and :h-ir euebrows pill in. in some cas thej are In the
istod\ of e* Var's who have found
haven in Egypt.
"Syna |o n ive been seized
in) praverg pro ribed The Chief
alibi of Alexandria is in p
nd Cairo's 1 ii I Ral i>; is
dusc arrest as is th pres d
Aahkei aci .1
Sj ria, Jew ish quarters have
ien attacked by mobs and a cur
w has been I on the
w hit h are tl reatene I w th
an v on ; I i lews ha\ e
.n > .....eir homes
hich li i n to Palestin-
is. in Ira'!, dqgens of Jews have
en a n I on trumped up
in? for Is lei and
ha extorted mon > from
ews The secret police has begun
R0SH HASH0NA SERVICES
USSR Synagogues Are
Crowded For Holidays
KABBI BIRNAKD POUPKO
.lews throughout the world were
reported this week to bo observing
with special fervor the first High
Holy Day period following the libe-
ration of the Old City of Jerusalem
from the restrictions of Arab domi-
nation.
According to dispatches reaching
Paris, attendance as Rosh Hashona
services in Moscow was greater
than last year and there was a
large overflow at the Central Syn-
THOUSANDS ATTEND
I
First Services Held at
Western Wall Site
Continued on Page 11-A
JERUSALEM, (JTA) Thou-
sand- Of .lews, Israelis and visitors,
assembled for Rosh Hashanah ser-
vices before the Western Wall in
East Jerusalem for the fit-' time
in two decadtt and Israeli officl lls
prepared lor an even larger turn-
out for Vom Kippur rites,
Some Officials s;.i(| as mans as
19,000 pci sons came before the
huge -lone- forming the '.vail of
what is believed to be the second
Temple which was destroyed b>
the Romans in 7n I
The shofar was blown to mark
the first time thai all of Jerusalem
was under Jewish control in nearly
2.000 years.
In another eventful precedent in
Jewish history. Israeli soldiers
stood on the eastern hank of the
Sue/ Canal for the ceremony of
Tashlich, the symbolic casting of
sins into the waters.
The Army Chief Rabbinate issu
ed special instructions on High
Holj Hay observances by troops on
dut) on the cease-fire lines and in
bases. Special Shofar blowers were
dispatched to larger units and to
remote defense posts so that the
shofar blowing tradition will be
maintained for as man) as the
troops as possible.
Israelis put aside the worries ol
the postwar period for the High
Holy Hay period, which was mark
ed by a tremendous pressure on all
available transport and hotel
facilities. Some 200.000 persons
visited friends and relatives
throughout the country and thou
sands visited parts of the occupied
Arab areas
agogue in the Soviet capital.
There were conflicting reports.
however, concerning other aspects
of religious observance allowed the
.lews of the USSR
The Appeal to Conscience Founda-
tion, a tri-faith organization concern
ed with the plight oi Soviet Jewry,
charged in New York that Moscow
had reneged on its promise to pro-
vide Soviet Jews with 10.000 prayer-
books in time for the High Holy
Days. The Foundation had offered
to fly the pi aver books into Russia
so that worshipers could have them
in time for Yom Kippur.
In Pittsburgh, however. Rabbi
Bernard Poupko. a frequent visitor
to Russia, said that he had received
a letter from Chief Rabbi Yehll la
Leib Levin Of Moscow in which
the Soviet Chief Rabiii said that
the new prayerbooK was "now be-
ing published' and that delays had
been caused b) preparations (or
the observance in the Soviet l'i
of the "lOili anniversary of the
Bolshevik Revolution.
Rabbi Poupko, a \ Ice pre
of the Rabbinical Council of
America, cited a promise he ha I
received on a recent visit to the
Continued on Paqe 7-A
Supplies For
Succot Sent
To Moscow
MONTREAL (JTA) The Ca-
nadian Jewish Congress received
confirmation this week through the
Canadian Department of External
\P.aTs that an air shipment of re-
ligious supolies for the Succot holi-
day it had sent to Moscow had been
ived by Chief Rabbi Yehuda
Leib la v in thi re
The decision to send the
i MOSCOW '' i taken by the '
'lad an Jewish Congress when one
I its officers, returning fr m a
; -. a busines trip to th-- i\ iet
in. iepott" I thai religious .lev.s
.' con .' that thi I
i il etrogim and lulav im
1 be a J( thi lew-
Uh holidav which falls next week.
Gurney Calls On I. S.
To Halt Aid To Jordan
WASHINGTON Rep Edward pact with Egpyl In a speech in the
.1 Gurney, Florida Republican. House, Rep Gurney. said, "Hussein
called on the Administration this has turned out to be a sort of
week to sever aid to Jordan until Mos!em M"sso-lini who is collab-
orating with Moscow mstad of
King Hussein makes peace Kith u ::] ,,,.,,,,. .,, IUM (li..,.ltor
Israel and abrogates his military ,|l(|
SURVEY SHOWS VIEWS CHANGED
Poll Favors Israeli Jerusalem
CH/f KABBI UNJtKMAM
NEW YORK -(JTA) Results
o.i a fresh Harris Poll on the Mid
die East situation, taken in Sep-
tember and announced this week,
reported that 42 percent of the
American respondents lavored Is-
rael's retention of control of all'
of Jerusalem. Against full Israeli
Ci ntrol of the Holy City and in
favor of internationalization of Je-
rUSalMH were 33 percent of the re
spondents. while 24 percent were
listed as "not sure."
The Harris polls are conducted
by Louis Harris, one of the fore-
most public opinion surveyors in
the country. The figures showed
that, last June, immediately after
Israel took control over all of Uru
salem. only 10 percent of Ameri-
cans favored Israeli control of the
city. 60 percent voted for interna-
tionalization, and 20 percent were
not certain on that issue.
By a margin of 42 to 36 percent.
Americans favor the idea of United
States supply of arms to Israel as
long as the Russians seem to be
rearming the Arab states. How
ever, the figures showed also lhat
59 percent of Americans flatl) op-
pose armed intervention by the
United States in ease another Arab-
Israeli war breaks out On the same
issue. 42 percent favored U.S. In-
tervention.
In reply to another question, as
to whether the respondents be lev
ed a settlement of the Arab-Israeli
conflict was In the offing. 10 per-
cent thought there would be a
pea ce settlement. 50 pen cut
thought that war would break out
again soon; while 31 percent
not certain.
Rep Gurney told the Hou -> that
he hail just asked Secretary of
State Dean Rusk to si >p all forms
ol aid to Hussein unless the latter
meets preconditions that include
avoidance of military supply ar-
rangements with Russia He said,
"There is really no difference be-
tween aiding Jordan or Egypt Hus-
sein should sever all military ties
with Egypt to qualify for our aid."
He served notice that he would
not only fight any additional aid
but oppose the Administration for
"again subsidizing the Jordan-
ian economy to the tune of t
least $1 million every fortnight "
He added that Hussein has re-
C ved about S(> million to $7 mil-
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Cleric Says
Arabs Must
Accept Israel
\K\V YORK A leading Arab
(lersyman has called on Arab coun-
ties to recognize Israel's right to
At a reception tendered for him
,\ the Synagogue Council of Amel
ia. Archbishop George Hakim, the
lead of the Greek Catholic Church
Israel, stated that there cannot
D, ,m> peace in the Middle East
Kintil 'he Arabs my own people
yhorn l loverecognize Israel's
MgM to exist." At the same time.
he said that Israel, "the country
love," must recognize that she is
Middh Eastern state
Arih'tishop Hakim, who i- vis
mg the United States, was wel-
,med by Rabbi Jacob Philip Ru
lin, President ol the Synagogue
Duncil "f America Rabbi Kudin
IoUhI that the Archbishop, who is
le leading spokesman for Israel's
Christian Arabs, has played a con
|ial role in building bridges of
listoriaa in lecture Series
Sevmour Uobman, author, his
irian and lecturer, will U-gin a
sries o( discussions on "Judaism
the CrCHSTOa Is" at Kcth David
longregation, Sunday mornings
[arting Oct. 15. The discussions
fill be held over a SIX week period
nn 9:15 to 10:45 a.m.
EARLY DEADLINE
Because of the Succot hoi
iday. the deadline for all ma-
terial intended for publication
in the news columns of next
week's Jewish Floridian will
be 12 noon on Monday.
Gurney Calls On U. S.
To Halt Aid To Jordan
Continued from Pago 1-A
lion from America since the June
war. and is scheduled to get Over
S27 million this year.
(A Beirut dbpatch received in
London by The Telegraph reported
that Hussein, who is to visit Wash
ington soon, v ill ask President
Johnson for larg-scale military aid
for re-equipment of his army. Hus
ARCHBISHOP Li^org.^ Hakim (center), head of the Greek
Iholic Church in Israel, at a reception ot the Synagogue
Council of America. Also addressing the reception were
Rabbi Jacob PhiliD Rudin, President ol the Council, and
Francis Cardinal Spellman ol New York.
reconciliation between Arab and
Jew in Israel.
Another speaker at the reception
was Francis Cardinal Spellman.
Archbishop of the New York Arch-
diocese. Cardinal Spellman com-
mended the Synagogue Councils
welcome of Archbishop Hakim as
an example of the Jewish commu-
nity's desire to encourage S friend-
ship with the Arab peoples that
will lead to peaceful coe\istenee
in the Middle Bast
The reception was attended by
Jewish religious and lay leaders,
and by representatives of Protes-
tant and Catholic church organiza-
tions.
The Synagogue Council of Amer-
ica is the national coordinating
agency lor the rabbinic and con-
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Page 5-A
MOVE FOLLOWS SURVEY
Federal Agency Will
Probe Miami Job Bias
The United States Equal Employ-
ment Opportunity Commission will
launch an investigation of the
charges ">y the Florida Office of
the Anti Defamation League of
Bmi Brith fiat 38 employment,
agencies in the Greater Miami
area "willingly accept discrimina-
tory job orders," according to Ar-
thur Teitolhiu-n. ADL regional di-
rector in Florida.
Mi Teitelbaum told The Jewish
Kloridian this week that he was
informed by Donald Hollowell,
EEOC regional director in Atlanta
th.it his office would look into the
charges resulting from a survey
of Miami employment agencies
conducted by the local ADL office.
The ADL Miami office carried
, ut the survey by placing job or-
ders by telephone with 38 private
employment agencies and one of-
fice of the Florida State Employ-
ment Sen-ice which supply full-
time stenographic and secretarial
help. In placing the orders under a
firm name, the ADL staff express-
ed preference for a stenographer
"who is Protestant and white."
In each cm**, Mr. Teitelbaum
noted, the private employment
agency willingly accepted the
job order. Only the Miami office
of the Florida State Employment
Service refuted to handle the
job order, because it involved
racial and religious discrimina-
tion.
The ADL described comments
by some of the employment agen-
cies as '"quite revealing."' In re-
sponse to the request for a secre-
tary' who is Protertant and white"
one agency representative said: "I
know just what you want1 don'l
blame you:" another said. "I can't
nut it down on t*> anpltcatlon
'lon't v orrv. I'll ma1"- sure yoii gel
just whit you want:" still another,
"There's no oreblem. we on han-
dle that strictly between us."
In contrast to the willingne-s of
private employment agencies to
accept the discriminatory pref-
rpnp<., a representative of the
Florida State Employment Service
firmly rejected the job order on
j that ba;;s. stating. "We in no wv
' discriminate we send people
based upon qualifications only."
Labor Parties In Israel
Abandon Merger Talks
ARTHUR TEITELBAUM
Member:
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In addition, the ADL office noted
the State Employment Service ren
resentative pointedly told the call-
er. "If you continue to repeat the
statement (i.e.. "while Protestant")
we wMl hav> to refuse to process
your order."
The ADL found that a variety
of techniques are in use bv the
employment agencies surveyed to
record the discriminatory specifi-
cations of the i"b nW. Tvni'al ft*
the responses in this regard was
the aeency representative who
said. "We make special notations
on the applicationstrictly on our
own notes:" another said, "We
! can't indicate 'white Protestant' on
i the application form, but we have
our own system:" a third repre-
sentative said she would verbally
transmit the discriminatory speci
fications to the employment coun-
sellors in her aeency who would be
handling the job order.
Mr. Teitelbaum said that with
the Passage of the Civil Rights Act
of 1964. the Equal Employment Op-
portunity Title VII specifically
prohibits employment agencies
from engaging in discriminatory
practices. "It is shockingly clear."
said Mr. Teitelbaum. "that a high
percentage of private employment
agencies in the Miami area are
disregarding this provision of the
law."
Mr Teitelbaum po'nted to the
ease with which these job orders
were placed with employment
agencies. The League survej indi-
F-ARM SALES
tnrenxlve, honest, hardworker to
rail on farmers Internationally
runmuv nmpany His* earnlnaw foi
right Mi.fi Rend pommel* resuin*
1(, Itr.x ":: Miami SS101 IHJ
panel i 'ur employees know of this
,,i interview "ill he arranged.
cates that, if all of the employ-
ment agencies willingly accept dis
criminatory j o b specifications,
"there must be numerous employ
crs who continue to place such
orders with confidence that they'
will be serviced."
The ADL referred to the recent
passage by Florida's Legislature of j
a law barring discrimination in
state employment. "It is clear."i
Mr. Teitelbaum declared, "that ad-1
ditional effort may be needed to
make the concept of 'equal em-
ployment opportunity' a reality in
Florida."
TEL AVIV (JTA) The long-
pending formation of a unified la-
bor party, merging Mapai, Achdut
Avodah and the Ben-Gurion head-
ed Israel Workers Party (Rafii ap-
parently collapsed this week. The
Rafi executive committee, meeting
here, adopted a resolution declar-
ing that "under present conditions
there is no room for continuation
of the merger talks."
In another resolution, the Rafi
leaders favored continued support
of the present National Union gov-
ernment, calling for continuing
Rafi participation in the govern-
ment "in view of the grave situa-
tion and tasks ahead."
The Rafi decision to end labor
party unity talks apparently was
triggered by a 'clarification'' is
sued by Mapai's leadership. Stating
that, after the proposed merger,
the three former separate parties
would maintain in the Knesset (Par-
liament) the same ratio of mem
bers they hold now in the house.
Currently, the ratio includes 36
nienbers from Mapai. 10 from Rafi
and nine from Achdut Avodah. In
the opinion of the Rafi leac:
such a formula amounts to per -'-
uation of the present three r
system "under a different nan
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1967
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Page 7-A
lecord Sum
\ledged For
\ond Drive
Plnrd breakinu responses to ap
q, [or Israel Bonds conducted
Greater Miami synagogue* on
, llashona highlighted the In-
lifi, i drive for Israel's post-war
Lomic reconstruction needs with
J.(KK) in Israel Bonds pledged
Inn' congregations which spear
Bed the drive last Thursday and
ay.
Iwenty-nine additional temples
synagogues in the Greater
imt area are yet to hold their
fel Bond drives, it was in beat
Ibv Rabbi Leon Kronlsh, chair-
0I the Greater Miami Israel
n, i rrganixation. These congre-
JS,,n- will conduct their drives
lYoin Kippur and at a series ot
u rs marking the annual Kail
re tor Israel Bonds.
on rogations which held iheif
Lais lor Israel Bonds on the
V and second days ol Rosh Ha-
En a under the leadership ol their
fei,!. were: Agudath Israel He
fv Institute, Rabbi Isaac Hirsch
L, Beth El Congregation, Rab
Solomon Schlff; Beth Israel Con-
,. ., Raobi Berel Wein; Beth
Mesh Congregation, Rabbi Max
Beth Sol >mon, Rabbi Sam-
Miian: Beth Tfilah Congre-
lion, Rabbi Joseph E. Racko*.
Beth Raphael Congregation,
i ii vid Raab; Jacob C Cohen
Tnmunity Syna [ogue. Rabbi Dr
bm H. Stern; and Hebrew Acad
Rabbi Alexander Gross
I ling gratitude for the
aking outpouring of is
t\ i; ,ri| ,: on Rosh Ha
ma. Rabbi Kronish stated thai
iter Miami Jewish com
fa \s mindful ol the part il
kst play through the Israel Bond
|\, in the tasks of rebuilding
eel's war-disrupted economy, of
ing its heroic people the tools
Ith which to till its soil and to
tabli-b new industrial plains thai
U ., 'ore the Jewish homeland
speed the attainment of its
..... il economic self reli ince,
:,: ,i and cultural fulfillment
, ol i"- ......I fro* 'om "
r*We urge every family in our
Immunity i" enroll as subserib
(.t Israei Bonds which provide
sinews ol I economic
I ,i,i,i Ki i ih said 'Israel
Ends, which have enabled the
topic of Israel to make enormous
rules in the developing of thcii
fciximy in the past sixteen years
even more important now as
. major instrument in the ecn
>mic reconstruction program of
ic post-war period "
XmTisimHts rut sisvici
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USSR Synagogues Are
Crowded For Holidays
Continued from Peae 1-A
MIAMI FIRE DEPT. Lt. ]. S. Varqo ol Station No. 1 shows
youngsters of the YMHA Kinder.iarten the latest fire equip-
n -it and how it works. Above. We talks to the boys and
girls while holding 5-year-old [acob Kanonitz in his arnut.
In the background is Classroom Mother Mrs. Ivan Hunt-
i net Mrs. lerome Rifkin.
Hebrew Free Loan Group
Sets Sunday Open Meeting
The Greater Miami Hebrew Free
Loan Association has scheduled its
annual open meeting for Sunday
evening at the Miami Beach Fed-
eral, 755 Washington Ave
Rabbi Solomon Schiff will givt
lie invocation, and the a ;enda wil
include s report on Mother Gor-
don's Blood Bank and on thi
Emergency Fun<
Playground Slide For CP Tots
A gift for the children at the
Cerebral Palsy Treatment Center
in Miami has been made possible
through the efforis of the Miami
Beach Women's Unit.
A playground slide with padded
steps, covered incline and safety
rail has been installed on the cen-
ter's -rounds at 1411 NW 14th Ave
The equipment is designed so that
children who cannot walk can
creep up. without outside help
Soviet Union, that a new prayer-
book would be published. He said
he bad received the promise from
Aaron Vergelis. editor of the So-
vietish Helmland, the Soviet-spon-
sored Yiddish publication.
In his letter. Rabbi Levin wrote
thai the prayerbook "will be com-
Dieted in the near future.'' Rabbi
Levin explained that the delays
had been caused "by the over-
crowded schedules of our publish-
ing houses which are preparing for
our 501 h anniversary celebration.''
Rabbi I'oupko disclosed that he
I had sent six letters on the prayer-
1 book matter to Rabbi Levin before
receivino the reply.
French rabbis attributed a great-
ly increased participation in the
services in Paris and other centers
this year to an intensified con-
S iousness of Judaism among French
.lews as a result of the Arab-Israeli
conilict. In an unusual develop
ment here. Grand Rabbi Jacob
Kaplan praised the France people
for "proclaiming their solidarity
with Israel" an implied rebuke
to the France Government and
exhorted French Jewry to tighten
their links with Israel.
The Middle East News Agency.
which is controlled by the Egyp-
tian Government, sent a report to
its foregn subscribers that President
Nasser had sent a Jewish New "> ear
greeting to the Egyptian Jewish
community.
In Buenos Aires. President Juan
Carlos Ongania praised the Jews
of Argentina for their loyalty to
the state and for their contribu-
tions in the arts, sciences, com-
merce and industry to the progn -
of the country. Gen. Ongania's tri-
bute to the Argentine Jewish com-
munity was made in a message to
Dr Isaac Cioldenberg. president of
DAIA, the Jewish representative
organization on the occasion of the
Jewish New Year
In Brazil. Jewish servicemen in
the armed forces were given special
leave to enable them to observe
the holidays. The War Ministry
took this action on request of the
Brazilian Jewish Confederation.
Florida Education is Topic
Sholom Lodge of B'nai B'rith pre
sented Pat Tornillo. Jr.. executive
secretary of the Dade County Class
room Teachers' Assn.. at a meeting
on Tuesday evening at Temple Za-
mora. Mr. Tornillo talked on "The
Pending Crises in Education in
Florida."
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Rabbi Azulay New
Educators' Head
Kabhi Shimon Amlay of the Ho
brew Academy has been unani
nioiislv elected president of the Ha
brow Kducalors Alliance, tho or
ganiiation representing Jewish ad
ucatora throughout the Miami area
Other offlcari iiainoil by th" Al
Uanca were atlas Nettie Goldate n,
Temple Beth Sholom. 1st vice pics
ideii! Mrs Kixalyn Scidcl. Bath
Tut h Congregation, tod elce prea
hJent; Mrs Shoahana Speetor, Ha
brew Academy, secretary; Hunt
Sara Wetoherg, Temple Gmanu-El,
treasurer: and David Friedman,
pioneer Miami Hebrew teacher,
honorary life president
The executive committee of the
Alliance includes Benjamin v I
schulcr. Temple Or Olom; Shalom
Apfelbaum. educational director
Kneaeth larael; Maa Shulamll Hen
David, Temple Beth Sholom. Mi -
Gladys Diamond. Temple Beth Sho
lorn and II l'erach Quitney. lie
brew Academy
The Hebrew Bducaton Alliance,
wh-cli aims at improving the salary
scale of the Hebrew teacher m or
der to attract younu. qualified per
sons to enter the field of Jewish
education, ll affiliated with the
National Hebrew Prlnclpali and
Teachen Of America and is repre
anted Ml UW executive board of
the Bureau td Jewish Education
and the Hoard of License as well ;i-
the i>ar i of dlxecton of the Creal
er Miami Jewiah Federation
Choral Group
In Rehearsal
The Miami Beach CommuniU
Btngera are now In rehearsal for
the annual Chanukali presentation
to be green a^ain this year at the
Hebrew Academy Auditorium Also
in the planning stave i- the ISth
annual Miami Beach Auditorium
production, seheduled lor Mai eh
of 1968
Rehearaali are held on Thuradaj
evenings at 8 p.m. in the air condi
tioned bandroom of the Ida M
Fisher Junior High School LeaaOM
in Bight readme are conducted on
Monday evening!
Ben Yomen, conductor and di
rector of the choral group, also
holds auditions on the same eve
nings at 7 30 p m. Vacancies exist
in the soprano, alto, tenor and
bass sections.
mhb/ snimon aiumv
New Men's Club j
Called to Order
Max J Afrochlner ol Miami
Beach, who ha- been appointed to
organise a new Men'! Club foi the
Bikur Chollm and Jewish ConvaJea
^^^^^^_ Cent Home, ha-
called the flist
meeting of the
club for Tins
day. 7 90 p Hi
at the bom.'
Collins Ave
A C 11 v e i n
main civic af
l.in s. Mi Affa
ehiner is a mem
bor ot the Miami
u i --- Beach lodge
Mai J. Atfachintr
Elka, (, e o
Gerahwin Lodge Knights of Pyth
.., and Miami Uim h Lodge Odd
fellowi
lie has served three terms as
pn ildenl of the Biacayne Demo
cratic Club, is on the planning
committee of the Jewiah National
Fund, and ii a foi mer sergeant with
the Dade Count) Police, Ch il Dc
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tveon holding the Weal Bank
A.abs or having Tel Avi\ once
gain undei enemj tuns
To hold the West Hank Aiah-
at least to date, the Israelis ate
using substantially less force than
mi former!) employed by King
Hussein, who always bad hta
doubles here The fen troopa
that are preaanl are hidden In
remote areai *nd the Israeli
mllitar) adminiatraton and bor
der police are so fee thai the)
eom half lost in the big, fortress
like Jordanian police post- which
the) now occup)
\t the posts we laited, at Je
inn. Nablui and elaewhere, the
scene waa always the same \t
the mam entrance there were al
ways a tew Aiabs waiting 10
present requeati of one sort oi
another, and within, there WO!
tlwayi the general bustle ol re
rrangemenl and refurbishing
that meant the Israelis were sd
tllng in for : ood V"d the slot s
one heard al the posts was Blwayi
the same loo
There were "00 pioblems'
There was no sun oi trouble "
It could "go on like this toievet
The Weal Bank traba merel)
wished to know it the Israelis
reall) were there for good w ben
they have been told this the)
would surel) "come to permanent
term! With the new situation
The) would even benefit ll) It"
since Israeli lechnoloj \ could help i
THE JEWISH NATIONAL FUND iMtm.-i \.m.ntt. plan lor h
!omlng |lusi,, Reunited Dlnnev' to be hold on De< OtherMh
Ml.: Abraham Fraldlln, Mayahlo I I. luilua
n M la Mvora Mna Machine* View ftwalH.nl Abraham
'i,.M;,;-l^; 11 Tho Honorabl. Harold 1
W h...,,,,, H rman Medov. William Broun Standing loll to rlghl i.ou
Samuela Mn Mo Allarhiiwi Hyinun Lhibowv Mra Frlaxin Kaufman,
II,,,I. Monta 'i ud< w unin Ai pel Mra \A
Shklati Mn Ai rnl i n Morn I I Mn Miriam Prwea Mi and
Mm W.lli.im k'ohon M mi -i''1 ">...... '
Shtil N. ili I -i N.xilt B '
them so greatly
How about the schools'" one
..sked everywhere Thli waa ha
cause the Israelis have mute rea
sonabl) forbidden use ol tho old
textbooks stuffed with lha most
hateful anti Seiiutisin. and haa In
tin n caused main formal school
teat hen to strike In more than
one town the Knb mayors had
actual!) invited the local laraell
commanders to make a show ol
force, promising thai the schools
would then be opened with e.leal
i .1 I
I told the mayor, aald ona
burl) laraell major, "thai i d ful
filled m\ responsibilities Thi
11, ,oi. were read) to open l
.aid ihat it lha \iab parents did
not want then children educated
that was then choice and that.
,,.iIIn 1 could not caie less That / !fjJ|f>f|
seemed lo shock bun Hut 1 think
the schools will all open In a fee
weeks The 001) vv av is to leave
It all up to them
Continued, from Po 4 *
llns is. in fact, the fust test
0| m ba Dayan's slngulai plan to
combine aaeurlt} with nonadmin
nitration to hold tho land, but
to let the Aiabs i un it as the)
picas,- Maybe lha test will go well
i irtainl). i run Into no laraell
dnilniatrator or police oi Intel
, e nfflcei who was not con
Ildenl id a good outcome
Indeed, these nun. all unpies
live and Intelligent, were so ecu
eiaiK and geniall) confident
about everything thai one could
see Kll's spirits rising as the bun:
d|) woie OH Yet when Wl
farewell, l asked him bluntu "Do
Synagogues can onlj h.w an
open door to all those seeking
affiliation, regardleaa of then
ablllt) lo pa). ii the) receive lhal
greater support from thoee who
have the means (to bonow "in
phi aaeolo )
\ rerenl Bulletin ol lha Fnun
you really believe ibis ran go on
forevet Do you reall) helle\ e
Mm ran avoid using an Iron list
In hold this land '"
\l,,l Ii, .in weied I Ihlnk I" i
iiaps it can be don. i do nol
know I Hunk pi 111 11 II IM '""
done Hut it la the onl) wo)
ilatlon < antei highlights the rat I
ih ii found itlon i and othet lai i
donors nave bi an reluctant In lha
past to give io religious rauaei
ii reels II la lima roi re< i ial
,,i thai p ill \ Bet auaa >i italea,
v ni.m i religion pro\ Ides him
with i ael ol values In Ufa lo
which be an let. i in,I on wl.n h
he ma) 'eiv Phoaa ol us
whose dail) taah la to work with
ih,,-,, seeking rrulj Jewiah Iden
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p i i k n a w the s|>n dual iMata
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U. S. Government Insured or
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Other Loans and Discounts
Overdrafts
Bank Buildings and Parking Lots
Former Bank Building and Stores
Other Real Estate Owned
Leasehold Improvements
Furniture and Fixtures
Accrued Interest and Income Receivable
Customer Liability, Letters of Credit
Other Resources
U. S. Government Securities $16,548,876.22
Federal Corporation Bonds 500,449.96
Federal Reserve Bank Stock 164,450.00
State, County and Municipal Bonds 7,306,620.22
Listed Bonds 865,808.80
Other Bonds (State of Israel) 120,000.00
Cash and Oue from Banks 15,518,657.36
TOTAL ASSETS
LIABILITIES
Capital Stock $3,535,000.00
Surplus 1,944,000.00
Undivided Profits 429,944.79
Reserve for Contingencies 103,871.59
Additional Reserves (Installment Loans)
Reserve for Taxes, Interest, etc.
Dividends declared, not yet payable
Letters of Credit
Deferred Income
DEPOSITS
TOTAL LIABILITIES
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32,299.476.10
643.25
1,986,704.25
136,444.68
178,541.20
143,041.98
441,502.36
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91,555.85
September 30, 1966
$2,910,740.91
32,063,163.82
192.12
1,794,529.22
149,588.08
223,871.20
44,692.27
687,310.45
323,463.52
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6,012,816.38
91,099.27
860,133.91
51,700.00
7,600.00
1.304,649.65
73,268.017.15
$81,596,016.36
$13,121,167.61
50,000.00
162,100.00
6,501,029.54
254,944.62
120,000.00
14,162,234.50
$3,535,000.00
1,865,000.00
263,090.55
62,623.84
124,090.24
34.371.476.27
ftutfiiio
5,725,714.39
118,560.17
616,546.89
45,450.00
8,724.60
1.347,573.01
$72,693,118.10
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nveitmcntt
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Retired
'MARTIN AHONSSON
Retired
AGNES BARBER
rrmid.nl. Peoples F.rst Nal'l
Bank of Miomi Shor.i
*H. IARL BARBER
Attorney;
WILLIAM I. ilCKHAM, JR.
President, He ad-Beckham
Ins. Agency, Inc
IDNA M. RCLL
Senior Vic* President, Peoples
American National Bonk
i. lOYD RINJAM1N
Executive Vice President
Freeman and Son.
CARL I. ROWORE
Senior Vice President,
Peoples first Nat'l Bank of
No-th Miami Beoch
C. C. RRATTHAUER
Contractor
MORRIS N. RROAO
President, American Savings
and Loan Assoc. of Miami Beach
HARRY M. tURT
President, The Lloyd Products
Co. of Providence, R I.
'WILLIAM E. BTRD
Vice President and Assistant
Trust Officer. Peoples First
Nat'l. Bank of Miami Shores
KERMYT W. CALLAHAN
ritild.nl. John E W,lh,i
Transfer and Storage Co.
J. D. CAMPLIN
rr.tid.nl. South.rn
Memoriol Pork
DR. WILLIAM J. CLIFFORD
Physician
HORACE F. CORDES
Retired
B. F. CURRY
Owner, Curry Aulo Rental
JAMES W. ELDER, JR.
Former Owner, Cider Electric
S & S Pharmaceutical
Company, Inc
JULIAN B. FRIX
President. Turner Fri
Insurance, Inc.
ROBERT E. GALLAGHER, SR.
Owner, Lorraine
Children's Boole'/
'RUSSELL C. GAY
Attorney
ANTHONY J. COCKING
Textiles
W. DOUGLAS HALL
Former President
Sal Fayne Corp.
M. R. HARRISON. SR.
Chairman of the Board,
M. R. Harrison Construct, Corp.
M. R. HARRISON, JR.
President, M. R. Harrison
Construction Corp.
'EDWIN HILL, JR.
Presidert, Shell Cty, Inc
and H.ll Bros Stephens, Inc
CARL T. HOFFMAN
Attorney
HARRY HOROWITZ
Investments
HERBERT D. JARVIS
Public Relations-Business
Devel Tropi-Cas, Inc. of Fla.
JACK JUSTICE
Realtor
JACK KNAR
President, J k* Enterprises. Inc.
*M. I. LINDGREN
Retired
*J. N. LUMMUS, JR.
Real Estate Appraiser
EUGENE F. MAGEE
Vice President, Peoples
Notional Bond of Commerce
'(MRS.) WILLA McARTHUR
Boy Point
JOHN H. MERCER
President, John Mercer
Terminal Warehouse Co.
H. DALE MILLER, JR.
President, Hollywood
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Boy Fein.
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President, Atlai Chemical Ce.
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Consulting Engineer. Maurice H.
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J. HARRELL POWELL
Reol Estate Investments
JOHN W. PRUNTY
Attorney
JAY RECHTSCHAFFER
Ass.stant Vice Pres.
Peoples Nat'l Bank
o! Boy Harbor Islands
'JOHN S RYAN
Manufacturers' Representative
DR. M. A. SCHOFMAN
Miomi Shares Medical Clinic
OR. DONALD W. SMITH
Physician
GEORGE L. SOGG
President, Cuyahoga
Wrecking Company
ROLAND M. STAFFORD
Vice Chairman of the Board
Peoples First National Bond
of Miami Shores
LEONARD K. THOMSON
Former Director.
Dode County Port Authority
DR. H. ROGER TURNER
Demist
LEONARD USINA
Chairman of the Boards
of the Banks
M. L. WALSH
Executive Vice President
Peoples Nationol Bank
of Bay Harbor Islands
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President, Peoples
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Friday October
rO/M K/PPUR MATURE
Know Your Failings
By OR. ISAAC UNTERMAN
-ioberr Louis Stevenson, in his
HH I r* Rl JeKyi; and Mr
I e. relates a rerj chared
t conwrsation between Dr
kit paramour, who i> trul)
..art
\'hen Or Jekyll rids him*
\ Hyde, he runs with open
|< his's-eethearl and i
What have you done his
ved is mazed Do tell na*4'
Nothing." he fall
II you are enable to take cog-
r ance it you* own sin>. I cannot
i- ;.ou i- the girl's retort
- thai one may find forgive-
- even one's own forgivei
l tm a iranquihty of mind
recognize and acknowk
. evil ".:-- and transj
-. or- must (eel them and icek
tho^e who can pet
o n sins, are able to rid
-,.; them And I
take notice of
evai i of

Iewish tradition ha- it that in
: .-en Rosh Has-hona
Von Kippor. slave* and sen
.. a leavi per
l -heir families.
, and drii Iheir con.
- on their
1
- the who
Of atonement and repeal
I- |< are the sen
jhty and plead with
/ to grart them a life
r> they
to it that their own WO
,..,-. ted to
., gal Has tooa and
ith the words "Te-
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Ik use President is George Kron-
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- n will feature Dr Irving U-hr
,. who recently returned from
loth trip to Israel
Spiritual leader of Temple
? lanu-El. Mce president of the
S nafOgue Council of America,
a d servint: a second term as pres-
i. ent of the Greater Miami Rab
cal Assn.. Ur Lehrman's topic
. be Israel Revisited "
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o er.ni:- b) Mr- Henrj Baiaban,
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COPTRI
DR. ISAAC UNTERIAN
huvah. Tefillah V Tsedakah"-Re-
pent ance. Prayer and Justice.
These three words h e a |
iption: Tzom' imean;:
self-control). "Ko! pi yer and
recoenition of one's own guilt).
Mamon" 'm conl lions
Evidentl) tl ey meant to in p --
jpon us that the significance of
Repentance Prayer and Jus
>ies in the superscription. Ju-
bj Tsedakah i ntri
)utio: irity
Rabbi Isaac Abbuhab. author of
Ifenoral ll maor.' has the
.' bo
. a ;'.!> Jew;
\ true repentant Jew is one
rtrivi i pei
and manners in I n to his
. man Only one who kn-w-
bal tutes a -1114 in a ;
n of hur l as a 1 1
his
., uch ; reoentant
pnd higher: just
and bei
will el.
Jew and
man
Tin- 1- rem niaei 1 I of the an-
d to Rabbi 11
a-'. th< Rabbi wi told that a
certa'n wealthy Jew who was 1
ploiter and nigaardl>
miser, had eaten a fried chicken
on Yom Kippur.
"He is a piOUS Jew." smiled the
Rabbi "He acted in accordance
with the Tor.ih We are enjoined
to torture ourselves on that day.
and that is exactly what we are
doing: we fast and tire ourselves
out sitting in the synagogue But
what could this rich man do to
carry out the precept of self
tort me'' Surely, fasting is not a
torment for him. On the contrary.
it may even entail considerable
ire because of the few pen
Dies he Will save But when he ate
a -umptuous meal that cost quite a
fiw Gulden.-, it was a real torture.''
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I ikJ St. rn Lyons, daugh-
Tibor Stern of
.1 Bearh. is shown in
of Yeshiva Univer.
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New York, where she resum-
ed studies following her wed-
ding- last month.


iay. October 13, 1967
vJmlsii ftcridfia/r?

\00 Honor W\\Z\\
bramowitz
t Banquet
'M.I (HHI m| ;, goal Ol
i to redeem the hum
le Mcnorah, was i>i"
(imday ni jh1 a- the Miami B tach
ition celebrated Its 18tb
I \ w Ith ;i dinner In Mb-
lie to i:s .spiritual leader, Rabbi
Mayi r Abramowitz.
Some wh> community lea len
| cm hand when Leonard Rosen,
resident of the temple, announced
|t!v results "f the fund-raisin
Ifort durum the banquet al which
abbi Abramowitz was presented
with .i contract for life tenure
rs Senator Eugene McCarthy,
[Minnesota Democrat, who was the
main sneaker at the dinner, ca'ieH
Ion relisious leaders throughout th"
[country to take an active role in
the development of the princinl
[of America's mission in world af
fairs
Dr Irvino lehrman. rabbi ft1
Temple Emanu-El, Miami Beach
Russia Cancels Israeli
Tourist \ isits, Parcels
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ. ft), il lender of
T it | 1- Menorah, Miami Beach, is congr.'
. s 18th anniversary dim nday nigh:. With Ral I
Abramowitz Mrs "ibrci Minnesota S
Eugene McCarthy (center), Mrs. Leonard R I Mr.
: resident of the Temple.
Demand End To
Aral) Pogroms
Continued from Page 1-A
to threaten lews with expropria-
tion .t'-t'\ murder
severe loss of life, liberty
and property sustained bj Jews,"
the Chief Rabbinate's statement
rontinued, "are the direct result of
governmental responsibility. At-
t< mptS bj international agencies to
iall or at least modify the reign ot
terror have been contemptuo -
uffed by the Arab governments
concerned, Therefore, the Chief
binate stated, "we direct this
passionate appeal from Jerusalem
to the conscience of all mankind to
.-. ise its voice and demand instant
.n lion to stamp nut this inhuman.
I imc r. ilized wav e ol op
pressi m directed against our p "
pic bj ivernments that give lip
to the United Nations
Charter "
.nd president of the Rabbinical
Association of Greater Miami, paid
'nbutc to Kal'ii Ahrnnow \r. who
has served as spiritual leader ol
Temole Menorah for 16 of its 18
years
The quest of honor was also
lauded in a resolution adopted,
unanimously by the City Council
of Miami Beach which was read
to the gathering by Councilman
Malvin Er-jlandei.
The resolution haded Rabbi
Vbrami witz for his "outstanding
ervice to Miami Beach as a .led-
rated spiritual and civic leader"
ind praised his "tireless cfl rts and
ictive role in community affairs,"
virch the resolution declared,
"have contributed significantly to
'hi......tfa and progress of our
city and have m pved as an inspir
,iiion to our titizenrj ."
Also among the speakers was 14-
rear-old David Abramowitz who de-
livered an eloquent tribute to his
father, the guest of honor.
Irviii.' Billig, honorary vice pres-
ident o, the congregation, prepared
an illuminated scroll symbolic ot
Rabbi Abramowitz' life tenure
i>:, i ii v is ,-, se ited I i the \^ j ear
ki s| iritual leader by Mr Rosen
I; ibert Sic jcl as lanquet chair
nan with Max Krauss servina as
.iiier.il dinner chairman and Isi
dnrc Hrell as honorary chairman.
LONDON (JTA)
ihorities have canceled arbitrarily
i rmeiits with oi ;anizations and
firms in Ni ael ho "i gan e : iur
i-t visits to Russia or send parcels
from Israelis to relatives in tii i
Su\ iet Union, it was learned here
i he S" e ok< d sui prise
because tourism and the mot e
men! of parcels has nol usually
been affected by shifts in th dip
lomatic situation,
The action, it was believed lure.
may have been part ol an official
Soviet campaign again t "Israeli
| aggression" launched during the
June Middle Bast crisis and eon
tinned since then throughout the
Soviet Union with Strong anti-
Semitic undertones.
The tlicir.es of "cooperation be-
tween the neo-Nazis and Israel'
and "German militarists are study-
ing the lessons of the Sinai cam-
paign with the help of the Is-
raelis" recur repeatedly at public
meetings in southern Russia, the
Asiatic Soviet republics and in the
Baltic countries
Another popular theme spread.
presumably with oificial Soviet
blessings, is that "racial discrimina-
tion" is widespread in Israel and
that European-background Israelis
are practicing "Nazi-like" discrim
in.ition against Oriental Jews.
In MOSCOW, Premier Aleksci No-
said at a dinner honorii
I'n ident v ub Khan, of Pakiste
that the Russian attitude towai
occupation of Arab ten
tories was "uncompromising."
'I he Sov iet leader equatt d I
war in Viet Nam with tl
: Arab COI lict He mm! t h
if in the Near Bast, Israel cot
I ag sression against the \i.
-laies and i- trying to hold on
occupied territories, these actio
of Israel i fleet attempts by de
nite impel ialisl circles to preve I
the peoples of the Arab countri< -
from strengthening their nation
independence. You know well th
the Soviet Union's position in i
sped to such intrigues by the ii
perialist circles is uncomprom -
in- '
Mi Kosygin said the "Sovi
sides with the Arab states at
supports their striving to achie
a liquidation ol the aftermaths
Israel's aggression We are c -
vinced that the just cause ol t
Arab people- will triumph
Cong. Burke to be Honored
Congressman .1 Herbert Bur,
will be honored with a Congft
sional Appreciation Dinner on Ni
3rd at the Diplomat Hotel. Ri
(erald R. Ford, minority lead
of the House of Repi esentativ. -.
will be guest speaker
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Talbotton, Georgia 1862.
The <'i\il War was on. [sidor Straus,
17-year-old son of an cdm ation-tninded
store owner, was sent off to college. Ex-
actly two weeks later, young Isidor was
bach home withf 1.200 earned from sell-
ing grain delivery contracts. The imag-
inative and brilliantly successful business
career of Isidor St raus hail begun.
Thus it was that the year lStll saw a
r.t-ve.n-'ild buy engaged in vital assign-
ments for an English firm running ships
through the I nion Blockade. From New
York to Halifax,toCuba.toCologneyoung
[sidor i an ied oul important trade mis-
sions. By the end of the Civ il War. and in
spite of an unfortunate stock investment,
Isidor had amassed $12,000 in gold.
Ten years later, Isidor, his father. Laz-
arus, and his brother, Nathan, were in
partnership selling glassware and china
in New York. They had arranged with a
man named Roland Mac) to lease space
in the basement of his store. By 1896,
isidor and his brother were the sole part-
ners of R. II. Macy & Company. Today,
thanks largely to the enterprise and in-
tegrity of Isidor St raus, Macy's is as its
slogan proudly reminds customers every-
where the World's Largest Store.
[sidor'4 talents and accomplishments,
however, were not confined to his store.
lie was active in politics and deeply in-
volved in public serviie. In 1892 he was
elected to Congress. His concern for his
fellow man showed cloarlv in the respon-
sibilities he accepted; Vice President of
.1. Hood Wright Memorial Hospital;
Trustee of the Montefiore Home for
Chronic Invalids; founder of the Amer-
ican -lew ish Committee.
In ISI'.", Isidor Straus helped organize
the Educational Alliance, the famous
East Broadway institution founded to
aid the Americanization of .lew ish im-
migrants. In fact, lie was its forceful and
inspiring president from the day it was
founded until Hie day in 1912, when he
stood with Ida. his wife, on the disap-
pearing deck of '.he SS Titanic.
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Friday, October

9&/,
CJIOHS
S,
THE RAB3I SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
crvice^
Synagogues thrw^hout the Greater Miami area will conclude the
High "HoIv Dav period 'this weskend with the efcse'rvanre of Yom
Kippur iggaDav ot-Atonement; which begin* with K61 Vidre services
Friday ?*!**; at sundown, c ends at nightfall
The Succot holidav iTabernaclesi begins next Wednesday evening
at sundown with synagogue sen-ices Wednesday evening and Thursday
morning in all svnagogus and temples. Orthodox and most Conservative
congregations continue the Succot services on Thursday evening and
Pi. lay
The Intermediate days of the Succot holiday, considered only a
partial festival, continues through Wednesday. Oct. 2o and are followed
by Shmini Atzerel and Simhat Torah.
Special features of the Succot holiday are the use of the lulav and
etrog during services and the practice of dining in outdoor Succan
structures at home and at the synagogue.
CANDLEllGHTrNG TIME
9. TiSHRi .6:26 -

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p n* Su >
I
The Final Ste
I
By
Temple Emanu-E
Miami Beach High Holy Da
l|l
ed "Oh," the -tudent repli
>s,Blrl"r

Famll]
We've just emerged cleansed
and purified from the moving serv
tr

Iht
"'"'' ices of Ro.-h Hashona. and now we torted. "Preparing the (
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in "U- Age
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AHAVAT SHALO.
TION. 9K SW 67th
Cantor Morns Barr.
CONGBEOA
Ave. Ortho-lox.
19th Aw
Pake
deliver.-! >'
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Mr aermon WIU the V*ax
with u, I i i
it -u art 'red tn
T,.u. m and P-m PrMa
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BETH DAVID. 2*7* SW 3rd Aye
Con.ervat.ve Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor Will.am W L.peon.
pyEtaj : pro k-.i XMn amuriKT*
am Ym Kippur "frvtce 'I'"1
1':'h;,'r-
,, n, ..ni Saturday I* m
I,....: It p m Charing firM
night -" "" '-1<*>""* J?*'J}
Sermon "The Myth of
Itai M /...? an
aad SUnan Frtaay.
in I::. r MHivah r r.u.k.
9 NAI RAPHAEL 'MI1 MW 13rd V
Conaervative Rabbi Charlea M. Ru
bel. Cantor Jack ern-r
Prlda) M P m Kol M*" -t-nvn;
Th.- st.tiu- .i, Moden Mai i Soul
irday am S.-rnwm 11 H "ii
It Voumelf." Vlahor i,r
. ada) '" 45 p m It.Kii.innK
< -.-,, li pm Thursday I am.
s< ,,. n The Joy ol Mltsvah Frt-
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a. i ipii. n for Lonellix --
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
OF MIAMI 1.4? Waahmofn Ave.
Orthodox. Rabhi Dow Roi"c*"n
Friday :* P m Saturday 'am. y ed-
n.-.|.,\ 7 I'm Buccol lee* Thurs-
da) and Prlday, t M, 1:10 a m
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FT. LAUDEKDAie EMANU-EL. 18C1
8. Andrewr An. Reform Rabbi
Richard M. Levitan. Cantor Jerom
Klement.
FT. LAUDERDALE TEMPLE BETH
ISRAEL. 547 E. Oakland Park Blvd.
Rabbi Philip Chaiton. Cantor Theo-
dore Mindich.
HALLANDALE JEWISH
126 E Hallandale Beach
j weit* otficiatea.
K- ida.) p m Sermon
gtveneaa Saturda) am
What Sow -My God "
CENTER.
Blvd. Mai
For-
Serm"ii
W<-1-
Mr
Mra David Dorfinan
BETH EL.
Orthodox
soo
NaM
SW 17th Avenue.
Solomon Schiff.
,- p .,- Kn Xldre aermon
Saturda] m
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pm
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Orthodox Rabh' Berel Wm
Frlfl m. Kj
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m Thurwlay, '
llncha.Fi
BETH JACOB 3C1 Waahington Ave .
V B Orthodox Rabhi Shms-va^u T.
Swirtkv Can-c Ma"" Mxmehaa
m K 'i N dr< Si i mon:
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BETH KODESH 1101 SW ISth Av
Modrn Traditional Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor B" Orkaon
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13f?0 W r>ix Hwv C-'-rvs' v
Rabbi David Roaenfeld Cantor Ben
Zion K'rrhenbaum
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Rabbi Samuel Glaaa-
p.m K..I Nldre Saturday
armon.
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nml Kiil.lo-l'-r.. ..piloet In
HEBREW ACADEMY 24O0 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Groaa.
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HOLLYWOOD TEMPLE SINAI. 1*01
Johnaon St. Conaervative. Rabbi
David Shapi-O. Cantor Yehudah
Heilbra-m
ISRAELITE CENTER. 317S SW 2Sth
St. Conaervat.-e Rabbi Avrom L
Drazm. Cantor Nathan Parnaaa
Frtda) 30 pm K"i Viilrt- sermon.
\i Does Not Live h) Bread Alone '
> u-!." -m Y"in Kippur 1" 3
., m s.. '. .-u Think ^ u
-.!< I*lal "i M< morlal
vi 1 4'. p m Mini ha, Xellah and
end of toal \\ P m
Surcol ev< T1 Ul da i It. '"
,:, Fli daj u| Burro) Sermon:
,.;, .in r. -a p m
Min. ha Friday. 0<-1 II m
Tli^
- j i- ;. Shelter
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JACOB C. COHFN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 1332 Waih.ngton Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Sterr
Cactor Meyer Engel
i.. -..'. term, n
i... si i Ma ilal Satur-
da] i in Yll L'pon ih.-
Uravea i '' ^ edneada)
p ni of Su. rol Thura.
1.1 19. I Sen
\ v I'nlt) K. p m Pi Iday,
... i -. i
Judaiam
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL IMS
Jefteron Ave Conrvirive Rabbi
David Raab Cantor Saul "r*". .
. p m s. rmon The K"i
\-.i-, '. m. ] lahoi
-m"ii at 11 a m Toaa
\ n-'U- Judalam
e
TEMPLE BETH SHALOM of Holly-
kimI T24 Monre* =' Conte'vtv
Rahbi Morinn Malaviky. Cantor
Ph.lip Lulmin
p m Kol N !
urda> .. ni Tom N
.....ii' N"i lah pr
.' ii .> 7 p in Feaal of Tah-
.. ti u da > Oci II, I *
Prlda i -. ni
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM. 4144 ChaM
Av '_ih'i Habhi Leon Kronitn.
Cantor David Conviier.
Frtda) T i". p m Kol Nldre Sermon
Ft di Auarhwlta to Jerusalem -
pi.I... IS a tn Y'-m Kippur s. I
by Rabbi Daniel Franaal Prom Re-
volution i" Reconciliation." 4 pm
Ytik'.r prayers *n.l s.-rm..n "From
the Shadow <( Beraavt menl to the
Light of Hope- Wednesday :15 pm
ini.it Bhabbal "ill follow Succot aar-
Thuraday. Oet l!-. II a m
Succot harveat festival.
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TEMPLfc BETH TOV. 64"* SW Itn
St. Conaervative Rabbi Simon Aorii
Prlda) I p m Tom Kippur aervlcea.
Kol N'l.ir. aermon "Spiritual Heart
I'-..,-. Saturday I am Sermon:
"Tlakor." Wedneadaj I pit Start "f
Buccol iibaervanri Thurada) Ocl II,
Sam Bermon: "Ba Happy Prlda]
: am Sermon: "Do n Vourai '
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TEMPLE BNAI SHOLOM, 275 NW
199th Street. Conaervative. Rabbi
Abraham M. Casael.
Friday l:Jl pm K'..l Nldre -.-r\
Sermon: "The Modern Miracle Sat-
urday a m Tom Kippur n i Bel
m.*n -RunniriF A>wa) Tlafcor
Memoti prayari ai i" M .. m
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TEMPLE EMANUEL. 1701 Waahlng
ton Ave. -^naervative. Rabbi Irvin*
ehrn%aa Cantor Zvi Adler
Y.-m Kippur ati iiliaa i.. he held ..i
Miami Iteaih Audl'orium Frtda)
I'm K"l Nidre. Serm..n "AI .....
v\ uri 'i...l Saturda) s .. ra Y.m
Kippur morning services will Inrhada
\ lakor mem.Tial prayer* al I! am
Sermon "In Memor am AI I pin
Jui i..r t'onf;reB;aii.>'i aarYieea Will In-
dude Tom Kippur cantata Junior
Conajreimtlon aervlcea In main *
tuary of the (ample on Saturda)
p.m Bujccol aarvicei In temple tVed-
eaxtey p m Following obaeri
iht congregation \^ill gather In the
. ntple 'u. ..h Thurada). Fi
<.. i :: ami j". su. "i
am Junior congregation ull
- > both da) In Blrkin II..11
a m
take th" final
step to the holi-
est day of the
year. Yum Kip
pur.
1 use the word
sl

tually the pre-
paratory period
tH:'.ins with the
first day of Klul.
a month before
Rosh Hashona.
for our ancient
sages under-
Bt< od the pi)
Of. lHgIAri chological im-
port of preparedness They realized
that one cannot just plunge into
a great religious experience and
expect to emerge cleansed, inspired
and uplifted.
I am reminded of the hassidic
Rabbi who found his young disci
pie deeply immersed in a book,
shortly before the High Holy Days
"What are you studying0" he ask
TEMPLE TIFERETH jACOt Sal t
4th Ave.. Hialah. Conaervative
Rabbi Maurice Klein
Friday P ni K..i Nidi >
Sermon ''..: W< l"hang< Ouruelvea
Saturda) t a m Tlakor aervlcea and
-. rmon, II at Topli "II I Forget
The.- p ill Mm. ha ami Seilah
Wedneada) ":1S p m Su. i
to he followed bi Kldduah In th<
n d ai and
ni. member* Slaterh.....i and re-
u- s. bo. :- participating "i
i II, I am Succol aermon
Riaen Tabernacle ol David."
7 IS p in Servl. aa f.-llow^n by con-
gregatlon aaaembllng la the -u. ..h
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TEMPLE ZAMORA. 44 Zamora Ave
Conaervative. Rabbi Maaweil aer
oer. Cantor Seymour Hinkee.
i-r a p in K"i Sldra rmon:
\ Time for Palth-IJftlng" Saturday
I in Tom Kippur aermon \ Time
for Ke-J. \v-\lnalin 1 pin Tlakor
an \\ dnoadai I p ni Su. I
uahered Thuraday and Prlda) O *
rid Ji -i ., in Pin mon
XI .. Second
da) Buccol aermo Multiple
Four

is pit. : 01
senrj, 1 HI
' cor,-J B^p.
>ou -j ^ft i
' ;our| SaV
itNESETH ISRAEL
Orthodox. Rabbi
Cantor Abraham S.
i4t% Buclld Av.
Dav.d Lehrfield
if.
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI i3 NE 1th St. Brtorm. RabB
-- *n o Narnt
Friday ^ pm Barraon: "PanU&a) and
i.. | ... urda) l" .. ni H
Jacol.....m. i '" i' u- da
ti,.n of Hum.i.i Btl Ii Baturd
p.m. <1
rougl laying lm
Sorr) Afteri p.m aei nx n by
I md l -n '.'.. .1-
! ni Chlldl
Thursday 11 am
TEMPLE ISRAEL 0* .V'RAMAR
3%00 SW 69th Way. Jonitrvative
Rabbi Irwm Cutler
TIFERETH ISRAEL evv N Mlaaa
Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. Cantor Albert Glantx.
! i p m Bel in......-n the
.: Saturda) I I "> Sei
KnipiN Spa. ea l' am Ju
..
,1 pr.i>. i ~ p m Vellah Wed
i) 1 i. i, .1
The Kndui >it Seed Thuraday
i ii i ls\ I n m Serm.ii
lo the P T p in
\ g |n I Fri-
i.ii, Ocl in B. rn i .
<.
proaching and I am pr.
prayers for I shall be cmaucti
services." Whereupon ir
you? These pra>er-
pared What you must
pare yourself
I am sure that I ech"
ments of every Rabin
munity when I plead
prepare yourself All
heart Remote the i
your soul Give yourscl 'hanc<'
Don't waste the opp.
these glorious days ,
gogue n time and i
to absorb and be sbsoi
sacred atmosphere
mind of the trivial :
dane and open your h.
and to all the hallow.
about you As you an
your synagogue, nil
your loved ones, let I
the symbols, the Cert
the rituals ignite a
you which will warm youi
being Jewishly.
But more than th:it
yourself this chance, the H ,h Holy
Day spirit will not disap ear u
you leave God's house li will rt
main with you during the eck<
and months ahead and entire
year will bear the -1
DCH The synagogue, th.
the holidays, the great
moral principles- everyI > Uul
our beautiful tradition im| lies ull
suddenly come aliw I
radiate an influence
change your life even :.- it his
changed the lives of so man) dur-
ing the past 4.000 years Thi
Yom Kippur will have ti
ina and significance and
will be worthy of rtCC
giace. pardon and forgivi
May this New Year 5721
us happ.ness and fulfill-
may Israel and all
Messed with the joys of 1
and opportunity in a world ,.;
|
l"ar yourl
1
' to Gojl
-t-flueneesl
-ated ;s|
holel

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Quiz Bo
\
the
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MINVONAIRES SVNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. Cantor
Lou.a Cohen.
a
OHEV SHALOM. 7011 Bonita Dr.. MB
Ot*ioo. HabO. Knmpaa weoe
man
" .1 r. Sermon:
tatard
Th< I 'i Omlaadon '"
11 am
.. : in Ser-
mon The CI Ing Gati
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SEPHARDIC Jt* S- C&NlfcR. %*
Colliri Ave. Rev Cantor Saji San
"ill
p I,, Kol '- dr.
rgiv. I Fi T T ovent."
Batui da; i nuur aen
rternwi A Thoui and Veai ti Oni
l'a> ij noon, N i2...-r prayera Wed-
.1 7 p n. i legii Ing "f Su. i i '
.. in Baa mon
i am s.mi.
KoUl a ir, S. :
mini
JUUEA S60U Gr.injo.i
Rahbi Morria Kipper
rn Kol Xi'lr. Sermon
lluxhei ,s..iu"i
Blvd
Pridai. i
Tl .- flay "f Rejoicing."
BFTH tatOMON
Conaervative. Ra
man. JaiV
Friday
SKY LAKE SVNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox Rabbi Jonah E
Caplan.
Friday -.:40 p.ra, Kol \i.lr.- aennon:
W'hal Prtee RIiki..h Saturday *
a rn Von Kipanar "haervanrft I
in Visitor aarVnon "Tomei row r..
i-r.- r..l.|. Veilaii .1 sounding of
the ^hi.far at 7:3 p an.
Thursday
I I in
,iml Fri.lay, Oct. If
'EMPLE ADATM VESHURUN Con
aarvatlvaa i5 ne 'ird St Miami
Garden* Ru. Rat.tn Milton Schlinaky.
Cantor Harry Sterling.
Friday ., Z.m S. rin.n I
I iv.- T.-. lyvg s:.'iii.ia\ K am Ser-
BETH TFM-AH 35 Eu'liit Ave Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joaeph E. Rachovaky.
IETH TORAW taath
Ave. Cenaarvatlv
fKi. rm., laaoa n?nrer.
Prlda) 7 p pi Kol v. dn Barn
n Aa e"on luring
i.iu.- lion -I.;.: S.. 'unlay
7 1". R rn Sen -m- ml
to Poi l 11:11 am
M'n
Am nrometco l3rd
., 7 l. ni K"l VI,Ir.-
.. m .Mm ha !". p m
ii nl Ihe h"far
' I i
I, ni Thir
god Friday, Ocl It and -'". s ^ii am.
TEMPI E BCTH AM. 59SO N. Kendali
Or. S Miami. Reform. Rabbi Her.
mil ME tr b'r' Bumgard. Cantor Michael Kyrr
(-hi M L'O i the
' Men- ill !-.> I" a rn
he Fuiur. I ihe Jrul-li
' 'bilatren's aervlceii al p m
Aftern.M'ii er\. i m inelu.l-
Ing flakor mem. .. Thura-
i ii, ta .. in Samwn "The
l| Itellal...
TEMPLE BETH EL or HOLLV-
WOOD 1J51 S 1th Ave. Reform
o,h(,i aamiiel Jae
i p in B..... mr -..in-
mltniei.t lo i Baturd
in iui i "i niinir inen't to
iiui ll.rilage" 4 |im Our Conamlt-
TEMOLE
Reform
Durulng
".. i ri
at 2:30 p.m. Memorial prayerd
,- in \\ edneaday 7 p m. Succot eve
. u- .1 III
Su. COl "i !-' r\ a ti. -
-
TEMPLE MENORAH. 20 75th St.
Conaa-vativi
Owitl Cantor W"n F-1
la) B "> p.m Yom Kippur aervlcea.
> rn. IP r ..
.. m Ylik'i s ..,,
for the Dying." 4 p.m. Mincha. I
P in \\ dneaday 6 M p in
Su. "i uahered In Thursday, Oet 19,
: .i m Sermon loo
where." Evening aervlcea n:\" p.m
Fr Ida). 11 ni Sermon: "Po> -
ar "f rlumllit)
TEMPLE NER TAMIO. 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Laoovitz. Can
tnr Edward Klem
r*rlda) I i" | m Kol N'i.lr. S.i nion
Ti I tl Baturdaj
I in flskor al 11 am Serin..n The
Souli Around L?a." tVadnaaida) H'4S
Brat su.'.'i. Thuraday, Oet 19.
- i' in Sermon tor flral oai "f
Sue. i Th. Su all Bymbol ..f the
Elei rial Jea K\. nlng at G :i" p m
la) -larn Sal ni"!;
The Perpetual i^u- -i '
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' TEMPLE OR OLOM. Conaervative
7S"> SW 16th St.. Miami Rabbi
la) i U p in Kol Nidi Ratui
v :, n, s< Tin,.n i-"r, ..(..in and Moral
i Hit) w ednead I p in
Firm da) i f Su. poi Ttmi -
It, :i' am.
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TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH DAOE
Temporary offlee. 1tg01 NE 22nd
Ave. Reform. Raobi Ralon Kinaaley,
Prlda) 1:16 p m Kol Kldre aert
s- mon
arum) I .ii"' ,-loe. Bel
ni'.n 'I'll, T< ar "i R< i"
.. rn Ragulai r\..... s. mon
Oraal DlaoavaT) Aftarnooi
i at 3 pm arlll conclude with Tlakor]
and Neilah All lli.-s.- -. to ba
iei.1 ni v..nh Miami Beach Auditorium,
17011 N E I'.nli Av.- Wedneada)
11 am. Su. rol n be held
al W'asiiniKti'ii Federal, tn \ B 187th
TEMPLE ZION 8000 Miller Rd. Con
eevatlva B)stth ----
I "i i ; rd i, \\
) 7 p in Thai d II
' '.'I It ..li.l lo, : a 111
a
VOIJNG ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml
AMI. 990 NE 171ft St Orthodoa
Rabbi Naftali Poroin
VOUNG ISRAEL OP MlAv ocapi
1542-44 Waahington Ave Rabbi A
Ben-Hillel.
Prlday IS p m Kol rvlce
Sermon The Torah ron-
aMai 7 a m Sh
aarrlcea .. m >'i7k.i aermon \
Meae-ige for Young People '." p.m
Mil* ha ': -i bj \.
"The 'loalaa tha Hi ivenlj (lalet
Wedneada) 7 pm Fathering In the
Fi ativnl "( Sue t Thui I
in. i, Tl r m --
.lU'la: 111
What is the "Damascus Gate?
Jerusalem in BJblic il tin
"walled city." In ordi i
'h;' city, one h'l tn pas
ne of 1 bi ioui tes I
were made in the wall I
entry and exil Th sra
v: tea in the c'tv t I
v ere othen \t hich ha> i u
i '.n-'il one of tl
i itence today. Is called the
ui Gate II fen
l>> ChriatiaiM -n
timei because the |ate
to a road which eventual..
to the Syrian i ..pita! of Da
II is men:: ui.-.l in the Bi
norioil under the name I'lrtSI
Neopolitana because il i
startins point to the i vl
-in T i>m Mincha I ,. .. ... ,.
S. man Tl h NeO) \] ID C NSbl H 00
\atl- iiah.-m ||. c:t ,,f ., Riklical -\ tnf J
m
TEMPLE SHOLOM 1J? SW 11th Ave..
Pompano Beach. Conaervative. Rab-
bi Morria A. Shop. Cantor Leon
Segal
i-'ri.i.n 1.10 p.m Vom Kippur Sermon:
ng ill. Mai k Saturda) l no
Sermon K. m. mbl i Ing not '
the site of the Hil.l
Schechem 'l be Ar iba
[ate Bab el Amud ("G
Pillar") poss ittly Becaus
pillar which once stood ii
Rate This pillar was sho
-i\th century map of th.
an-
I iTi'
Synopsis of the Weakly Torah PortionYOM KIPPUR
The Torah Reading from Leviticus, Chap. 16. recalls
cient sacrifices brought on the Day of Atonement. To Impn
people with their communal responsibility for sin and the
for forgiveness two uoats were brought to the Temple 1
cast to designate one goat for the I-ord. and Ihe other for \
symbol of wickednssi The first vvas offered in the
manner as a burnt sacrifice Upon the other goat, the H
placed his hand and confessed the sins of the p0|
th.- goat was tent away into the wilderness. The el.ih .
Stations and the procedure of this ritual are minutelv d<
This ceremonj vividly dramatised the casting awaj
sins which the Israelite! acquired In the d.....rt The -
became the symbol of wickedneaa which was annually bai !'"
the trildernetu
When the Temple was destroyed, this eeremo-n
carded Prayer, Repentance and Righto
Ve read ol tins ancient rite to WCifl the
desire of run- people to become reconciled with God
tellowmen. and to make atonsmsol for their sins, even
aarliesl period of their hist
For us. this Reading emphasizes the need of clean-
lelvea sf lins thai aeparatc us from our Maker, and of rem
he evil which estran |ei us from our neighbor.
. a i naaaaai .....'


October 13. 1967
+Jewistifk)r*M9n
Page 13-A
.*. -b !
BOOK REVIEW
i'i ..< .i:'.iw*muM ... r _. ,.
*cymour h. iiebman
REVIEWS
In The Courtyards Of Jerusalem
-< *
by Chaim Brjndwein
Samuel /la hor Appointed
As JDC Executive Head
I ing needy Jews overseas, is cur-
rently assisting some 400.000 Jews
I in 30 countries, with funds provid-
jed chiefly by the United Jewish
Appeal.
Th* Courtyards of Jerusalem
haim Brandvein (Jewish Pub-
Ition Society, Philadelphia, Pa.,
)i is a collection of stories
lit the hassidic Jews of Mesh
Brim. The inhabitants of this
iter of Jerusalem include the
urei Karta, the group which
s not recognize the legal ex
nee of Israel because, in their
W, independence and nationhood
| come only through the direct
rvention of the Almighty. Their
leaders do not equate the
. ictoi u "t the Israeli
i is u ith Divine miracl
! s stories of the haaaidim are
an i re uit from a study of
-. people by the author Even
the translation from He-
Ejiglish, the flavor of the
i and the nuances of the
come through very clearly.
writing is excellent and the
. i.mi- o. tin' charactei- ring
t ways arid customs of the
>ple may teem strange to Amer-
|r Jews \\ lio know little of Jew
lory and of the heterogenity
|tl Jewish people.
book Is an important con-
ation to our understanding of
' Kutopean Jewry and its de-
claims who have ghettoized
mselves. one is almost tempted
write immolated themselves in
r to preserve their convictions.
lefs, mores and dress. How long
K will remain unique, how long
B can bar inroads of assimila
to Israeli life (not. heaven
id. to non-Jewish life) among
flr youthespecially since the re
aflfication of Jerusalem- is prob
|ayatical Brandwein's eight stories
leal a discipline in family and
lial relationships, a course of
conduct and a series of beliefs that j
are strange to the uninitiated, pa-
hetic to those who have <"npthy,:
m.I fascinating to those who enjoy
the esoteric.
MOROCCAN JEWISH FOLKTALES
with introduction
and notes by Dov Noy
Moroccan Jewish Folktales 'The
Herzl P..... New York, $4.00) is a
collection of 71 brief tales gath-
ered by Di Do\ Noy Me earned
h doctorate al Indiana Universl-
> inst tute of Folklore. He and
i. dwein were I oth born in Is
. ael No. i n >i in Jcrusa
mil Bi a idwein is in assoi iat
profes or of literature at Brandeis
sity
Dov Noj collet ions ol l
shed !.....t on Ihi \
a i, i have been the subject of vih-
Icatio; l i:t i he
Ji sh population. Many Moroc-
can .lows iuil acculturated and
their waj ol lite was not only
foreign to many Israelis hut th.-.,
.u! hi the ci ime r m caused the
oceans to be consi lered prob-
lem i hildren." Th i stories show that
the majority ol Moroccan Jews had
and continue to have cultural val-
ues The search for solutions to
.-.octal problems must begin with
an understanding of the cultural
.aiucs of a group. Anthropologists
know that one key to the knowl-
Bdge ol any ethnic group and an
their myths, legends and folklore,
understanding of its values lies in
Samuel L. Haher has been named
to succeed the late Charles H. Jor-
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the American Jewish Joint Dis-
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IDC Chairman. Mr. Haber has been
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Friday, October 13. 196?

Between You and Me:
By BORIS SMOLAR
Plight of Jews Grim On Soviet Anniversary
IA/ith Moscow now preparing
** to celebrate the 50th anni-
versary oMtir October Bevolul on
it is only natural to take a look
as to wfi.tt these SO years have
brought to Soviet Jewry
The Russian Revolution started
very hopefullv for the 3.000.000
Jews in Russia They were freed
from centuries of Czanst oppression and from con
stant fear of pogroms. The Kerens*} government.
which came after the fall of the Czarist regime, gave
Jews equal rights and officially condemned anti-
Semitism. .
Later. Lenin proclaimed anti-Semitism a punish
ible crime. Hundreds of Jewish schools were main
tained by the local municipalities all over the USSR
while the central government supported 10 Yiddish
national state theaters The State also supported
Yiddish publishing houses and other Jewish cultural
institutions.
in the universities, the doors were wide oner
to Jews This was also the cr.se in government
Offices In the army. Jews could be found in the
tesl positions, with Jan Ga.narnik. the brother
m law of the national Jewish iwl. Chain) Nachman
Hi:.lik. being classified as one of the leading | en
erals in the country
Jewish religion was combatted, but no more
than all other religions in the country; I could still
VIEWPOINT
The Silence Of
LONDON -
IN A WAY the late llya Ehrenburg
embodied the traged) of Soviet
US He was ;, faithful and dedicated
c unmunist but was not prepared to be
Id how to write He was a Soviet pa-
Lot but liked Paris and was addicted
to French art He was a convinced
.. heist and remained a Jew all Ins life
>re the cross of his Jew ishnc-ss if this metaphor is
igmissibleWith pride He would have wished that the
Jewish problem could be solved by the simple formula
DO ni'Hii lor anti-Semitism id a Socialist society." but
I ,cw very well that this was not SO.
He was, in short, forever trying to contract out of
s .lewishness but the society he lived in. a Socialist I i
. ety, pushed him back into it In fact, he said several
times that he would remain a Jew as long as there was
. iti-Semiti.-m around him. Anti-Semitism is always harder
bear for those who are not wholesome Jews
From all accounts Ehrenburg was happier in Paris
than in Moscow, but his commitment was to Moscow and
he returned twice of his own volition He was not made
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Snow In Sinai
ACCORDING TO a story in anr
** Israeli paper, the Egyptians I
say their present position i- mis {
rstood by the outside wo
They are pursuing, they say,
live active sti ate .-> at prest nt
They have taken a leaf from tin
storj <>t the Napoleonic wars
Hew was th< great Napoleoi |
ignominiouslj defeated in Rus
The Russians Simpl) dr< tt the French forces
further and further into the interior of their country
and then waited for the snows to tall. When the
snow- came, the French troops melted away, and
Napoleon was glad to escapeminus his army.
So the Egyptians are waiting for the snow to
fall in Sinai:
No one has ever Board of snow tailing in Sinai,
but then, you never can tell. Maybe the "Roosians"
can invent snow producing machines for military
purposes, which they can fur pt It would
be a truly groat military invention, but so far. it
seems, the Lord ear. do a [ew things the Communists
can't
The Israelis should be fairly comfortable in
Sinai They've had prior experience there They
got the Ten Commandments their and the, had
manna" there
Nowadays, they need money. Manna and in
Pronounced a little different, hut it all comes to
the same thing At the Waldorf Astoria Hotel this
pa-t week, a campaign was launched to sell five
hundred million dollars worth of Israel Bonds
It should not be difficult to sell five hundred
millions worth
All you need to do i make telephone call to
Peoria and ask tor Sam Rothberg If they don't
know where to find him. tell tin in that he is the
president of the Orthodox Jewish synagogue there
He is aUo the chief campaign manager for Israel
Bonds. He has raised millions for the United Jev 1st)
Appeal, for the Hebrew I'mver-ity. for the Truman
Center for Pi ace and a half dozen other thin
It is said he has a bag always packed at his
home ready for a trip so he doesn't have to waste
time making preparations. As the Talmud says,
"Sixty racers cannot reach the man who takes his
meals early in the morning "
Perhaps another reason why Rothberg is effec-
tive is that he knows whereof he speaks In 1948.
during the Israeli War for Liberation, he WM in
Jerusalemright where the bullets were falling
Now 55 years old. he retired from business (he
had started out as a bacteriologist and chemist) a
year ago, without waiting for Social Securtiy.
By Samuel Goldsmith
llya Ehrenburg
ot the stuff of which emigres are made Hence the tor
mented soul.
Ehrenburg was a writer of immense talent, of course
He was a verj readable and at the same time verj sig
nificant novelist of lasting value; he was a great essayist;
he was a witty polemist In the grand manner of revolu-
tionary polemics; he was a master of Russian prose. He
mas have been disliked in Soviet Russia, especially by
the party bosses and the bureaucrats, but he was never
undervalued, and did not have to die in order to be
acknowledged as a meat writer
The Russians were not makinu up for his neglect
when they gave him an impressive official funeral. He
may have irritated the establishment but they never tried
to minimize his ability and influence. He had the Lenin
order while still alive-and two Stalin prizes as well.
Ehrenburg could never explain how he survived
Stalin s purges He used to say that he simply drew a
tacky number. This was only partly true. His importance
as a writer, a Russian writer, was another reason tor
ins survival. Boris Pasternak also survived the pur es
After Stalin's death he was quite safe. There was a kind
of unwritten agreement between him and the authorities.
never negotiated of course but quite real, nevertheless
He did not sell manuscripts abroad, despite his wide con-
tacts in the West, and they let him get away with things
which would have caused any other writer great trouble.
He proclaimed the "thaw" (his term) after Stalin's
death, and was it" first and chief beneficiary lie be-
came a law unto himself in the end.
So much for llya Ehrenburg, writer and man Put
thi re was still Ehrenburg the Jew We are entitled to our
own "accounting system," surelv
a then do Jews evaluate llya Ehrenbui
This is not Looking lor Ji ere are none
: it himself bj proclaiming, often and loudly.
he was a Jew.
li is true thai Ehrenburg
unjusl tl > the Jewish people, and. that he re-
fused to have a look a- Israel even when he happened
to change planes at Lydda ai a few hours to
, Bui i' is also true that he wrote three thousand
powerful anti-Nati a: tides, collected a mass of evidence
ol the European catastrophe and used H in his own
inimitable WSJ Perhaps he was having one of his attacks
of Jewish self-hatred when he was invited to go sight
seeing in Israel. He was a moooy man
His last act of silence was nerh.ios his most telling
utterance on Israel. This silence in June. 1367. must
be counted to his credit. He wrote not one word on the
Middle East crisis and refused to Sign any declaration in
condemnation of Israel, even refusing to answer questions
bj an Italian journalist who interviewed him.
eat m a cooperative Kosher restaurant in Moscow
even as laic as 1930
How does the Jewish picture look in the Soviet
tnion now. fitty years after 'he Revolution"
Whatever achievements the Soviet regime can
boast ol on its 50th anniversary, it certain!] has
lntle to boast about concerning its treatment ot
Soviet Jewry during the second half of the fifty
years of its existence,
I remember asking Stalin in 1981, as cone-
enl of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency, as to what he
thought of anti-Semitism His reply was that "anti
Semitism is cannibalism." Somewhere alon^ the
line. Stalin began to indicate inclination lo
Semitism. and this was taken as a sign that the
road to action against Jews in the USSR was
Soon Jew s were eliminated from the diplor
service and other sensitive posts Jewish schools and
theaters closed: prominent doctors writers am
and some executed Even after Stalin's death there
was little change for Jews in the Soviet Union
The Revolution's 5<)*h anniversary finds the '
in a quite different situation thai, that which I
enjoyed immediately after the fall of the Ci
regime
Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Housing Bias
YU AND I should have a dollar
for every person who is cer-
tain that if Negroes move into a
neighborhood the value of housing
drops.
The bugaboo asainst desegK
nation of neighborhoods is that
fear.
The bugaboo i< one of the rea-
sons for the strong resistance against non-w
encroachment of lily white sections of our cities
That resistance, in turn, has bven one of the
factors causing the counter-hatred resulting in riot"
But does the value of your house really go down
when Negroes move in?
Out in Colorado, real estate forces were con
vinced of it.
So when a law was proposed removing all har-
riers to housing, the real estate people led the
stniuele against it.
They warned Cloradans that there would be -..
consequences if the law. enabling Negroes to pene
Irate any ana. passed
Put the law was passed And what happened"
What happened was that none of the things
red bv tin- whites resulted Negroes have >
moving into more ami more sectionsand the nth
of houses has not fallen at all
How do we know We kn.w because the
who led the attack on the open housing law said so
m Nashville la-' Julj 7
John I Haaselblad, former president of the
Denver Board (d Realtors, confessed that he
been wrong In an amasing statement, he told, |v.
thai, two yean after the passage of the law. the
real estate industry has not been hurt "
He added, according to the New York Times.
"We find that there has not bean a decreasi
property values by an influx of the minority people
How's that for a testimonial that good conduct
has good results" How's that for a pre High Holy
Day utterance with strong overtones of atonement
Overseas Newsletter: By ELIAHU SALPETER
Israel Needs Immigrants From West
JERUSALEM -
ryFFERENT Israelis have different
" views as to what are the optimum
new frontiers for the country Except
on the extreme fringes, for practically
everybod) else the question is actually
tantamount to the following problem
What are the most defensible b it
that would add to Israel the minimum
number of new Arabs"
Thus, it is very i lear to every Israeli that the
problem of the borders is intimately interwoven with
questions of demography Jewish birth rate v> Arab
birth rate, on one hand, and immigration of Jews, on
the other It is generally agreed that then' is no sense
building a larger, more defensible Israel if. within a
decade or two. it is going to become a country with an
Arab majority
Orthodox circles press the government for a cam
paign of stricter anti-abortion laws, combined with special
high bonuses for families with numerous children. While
the government is not opposed to such bonuses, the ma
jority of it as well as of the population is well aware
that birth rates in industrial societies everywhere have a
tendency to drop. They pick up again when the income ot
the white or blue collar worker is such that the third
or fourth child does not compel him to give up what he
considers a desirable standard of living
However even should Israel reach this stage Ol
opmenl pretty soon, threeerfour ehttd Jewish fa
would still be no match to the huge Arab birth rate w
so it seems, will certainly continue for at least Bl
decade or two This. then, is one of the two bu. ;
why Israel now. after her military victory, is try
eagerly to increase the volume of immigration With i
f other parts of the world practicallv closed, this n
- in effect immigration from Western countries !
that even a small trickle of immigrants fron
\vest would go a long way toward- solving this CO
demographic problem for years to come
Of coins*', it is not only a quosMon of mimbc
makes Israelis so eager 'o see larger aliyah fro' '"*
We t In a simplistic form, it is also a qualitative que."
beginning with the desire to maintain Israel as beloi
to the European rather than the Oriental civilisation
Beyond this simplistic equation, there is a more tech-
nical one For a de-cade now, Israel has been n
considerableand sometimes fairly successfuleffort-
attract private investment into this country. It be*"
clear quite some time ago that money atoneeven I
companied in parallel channels by experts and technolog)
would not he enough to transplant American production
to Israel. What is needed, it was felt, is that along with
the investments should come at least some of those whs
are directly or indirectly engaged in the process of pro-
duction, primarily as producersbut also as consumer*.


^
Jay. October 13, 1967
vJmlsii Meridian
Page
lew Home Offers Full
Convalescent Facilities
[Chai convalescent Home, loeaterl
|i [no acres of quiet and peaceful
lounds at 13650 NE 3rd Ct, North
Iiami. opened its doors in Sep-
i-mber.
Headed by administrator S. L.
Lichtenfeld and administrative as-
sistant Martha Meyers, the home
has been dedicated "to the care
hnd maintenance of older Ameri-
cans, not only when they are ill,
but during the time they are able
|to enjoy the 'Chai* of retirement
and later years."
COL. HARRY L. SHER. (right)
son of Mr. and Mrs. Simon
Sher. Miami Beach, receives
'lie Bronze Star in Vietnam
:rom Brigadier General Jam-
nie M. Philpott. Seventh Air
Force.
Son of Miami Beach
Couple Gets Bronze
Star In Viet Nam
IS. Air Force I.t. Col Harry I.
Sher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Simon
Sher of 701 11th St., Miami Beach,
has been decorated with the Bronze
The building, constructed of
stainless steel and glass, offers
ultra-modern facilities contained
in two separate wings, co-habital
and convalescent.
In the co-habital wing, residents
have the choice of private or semi-
private quarters, or accommoda-
tions for husband and wife. R*>
eel lent food is served and a high
quality of recreation is available.
All the rooms arc charmingly
furnished with color harmonized
decorative fabrics and wall color-
ings, most with private bath facili-
ties, and featuring the most mod-
ern nurses' call system.
This system, available through-
. out the home, is a giant step ahead
' of the usual arrangement which
: only flicks over a number on a
, call board. Chai's emergency call
system signals a "beeper" carried
by each individual nurse. In addi-
tion, the two 24-hour-aday nurses"
stations are notified to double
check the response.
The beautiful dining area serves
' both wings, and the huge stainless
steel kitchen prepares Kosher food
under the strictest supervision.
Also in both wings, social life
will be complete and active. Mar
] tha Meyers, serving as a "social
therapist" will arrange for residents
, to enjoy shuffleboard. outdoor bar
b-q. horseshoe pitching, movies,
color TV, bingo and card parties.
Fverything done for the residents
will be with the complete approval
of their physician who has a con
sultation and examining room at
his disposal. Complete medical rec-
ords are set up for each resident,
plus an excellent physical therapy
department.
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Specially of the House "PAELLA VALENCIANA"
Open 11:30 A.M. Til 11 P.M. Doily
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MARTHA MfYEffS
of the co-habital wing. If it can
be done, we here at thai will do
it," is his promise.
ON FRIDAY. OCT. 20 WE WILL SERVE OUR
PM HOLIDAY DIHNU
IN THE TRADITIONAL MANNER
FROM 3:30 P.M. to 7 P.M.
We will reopen for dinner Saturday evening at 5 p.m.
Suit with a Glass of Wine
Appetizer: Choice of Gtfilte Fish
Marinated Herring Chopped Liver
And Now: Cup of Matioh Ball Soup
Choice of
BOH ID HALF SPRING CHICKEN
or BOILED BF.F.F FLANK.EN
Choice of Salad and Dressing
Choice of Vegcublc including Carrot Tzimmes, Kujtcl,
and Home Made Kishka a^ rtrz
< hone of Dessert and Beverage ty*"3l
Flul Wale Vl.i"> Ifom On -t ,l. Mrnu Ff RrMTMfrMJ Call: JB I .i '-JV
Southoats Towers
900 Woat Avenuo Miami Beurh Free Parking
Administrator IJchtenfeld's cn-
[ tire concept of care is devoted to
. | "having the convalescent patient
Star Medal at Tan Son Nhut Air I res(ored to as actne a ,,., in ,ht.
Base. Vietnam. ..^jety. of thc homc as is possible
Col. Sher was cited for his per I A Proud accomplishment," he feels,
formance as an executive officer; "would be to see residents of the
in the office of deputy chief of staff convalescent wing improve enough
for intelligence at Seventh Airi physically and mentally to partici-
Korce headquarters. Tan Son Nhut.| pate in activities with the residents
He received 'he medal for meri-
torious service while engaged in
military' operations against Viet
Cong forces
The colonel is a member of the.
I Pacific Air Force* which provides
Itactical air ,>ouer supporting the1
IS. and its allies m SoutllNtl
Vsia and the Far Fast
Col Sher. who also holds the
Joint Service Commendation Mod-
!. received his commission in 1943
through the aviation cadet pro
.ram.
A graduate of Abraham Lincoln
High School in Brooklyn. NY., the
colond earner! his B.A. degree In
history in lfWio" from the I'niver-lit)
of Maryland.
His wife. Hhoda. is the daughter
of Mrs. Bettv WarU-ll of Brooklyn.
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ITe wisla Flor idian
r.i Florida, Friday, October 13, 1967
Section B
FOUR-MAN PRESIDIUM
Academy To Install
leadership on Sunday
\>r the first time in its 20-year
fry, the Hebrew Academy will
iministered by a four-member!
lid in rn when the institution's;
officers are formally installed
dinner .ind general meetine;
|d3v evening at the Deauville,
leading the leadership of the;
Demy for the coming year will
|he oresi'lium composed of Ja-
Riflrin. Louis Merwltir, Leon-
Rosen and Rabbi Alexander S
who is also, nrincipal of the
national institution.
rues' speaker at the event will
Den Shoemaker, editor of ths
imi H*'iH, wbi w-ll tfA'eea
gathering on hit r*eent vitit
Israel.
ptner officers who will he in
lied at th? dinner include: Dr
kid S. Andron, Harry G-net and
11 Binder, hnnorarv l;fe presl-
Its: Sam Reinhsrd. George Kim
and Oscar Mamb-r. vice pres
Is; Oscar Shapiro, treasurer
|na Firtel. general secretory:
iph Cohen, linancial secretary
chairman of the executive
imiltee: Zvi Berger. correspond-
secretary: Jerome Biencnfeld.
stant secretary; and Jerry
Schechter, assistant corresponding
secretary.
In addition to the officers, the
governing body of the Academy
-vill also include a 10-man execu-
tive committee comprising: Murray
Berkowitz. Andre B'alolcnki. Com-
missioner Irwin Christie. Moses
Irundwerg. Milton Kahn. Dr. Don-
ild Kass, Prof. George I'ickar Ju
ius S.ind, Jerry Wittels and Dr.
Matthew Zuckerman.
Member* "f the board ol dlreelnra
m I.. Inxtalled ..i the dinner Itic-hiile:
't.-ni-ir. tnnel, Ah* \r.....ff, "-"n.i'i
Baiu-h Herman Derk, Rubin Blacker,
Adi.ii Blank, Carl Brandt-a, Shepard
.1. I it I...Ills A I ill 111 Max I'llrll.
\ i .. i rial okj Max rv akii r. Louta
!i....v.ii\ .mil Morrli Dubler
Also i-in- Dublin, \iiii. ii Kiiiin
. i. Herman Elsenber*:, Seymour
i:,-. i.i.t--... Iwldore Prli Iman, Hyman
iinlbul. Martin Genet, Ben Zinn Olna-
hui> Maurlee Coldrliik Myer Hold-
Alie tin ii. Henry iroudan,
s. wiiNin i-' Oudwln, Max OutniAn,
Mark I. Harria, Joaeph Hoffman,
Hymn ii Jablon and Robert Jacob*
Aim i:-\ .hi. i. KaU Hvman Ko'kn,
Murray Koretskjr, Blllaon Koaaoff,
Isldor Kramer. Re> Joaeph Kranta,
- It Krrrn. Rahbl David I..-In-field.
Ben Levin, Benjamin i-evy, David
' l.i|>|>mnn. I>r Irwtn Makovakv, William
Mechanic, l H Mehlman, Alex Miller,
I Morris II .MIIN-r. Ionia Moaa and Al
Naah
Alan Samuel Oatroweky, Henry l' n-
Uhannky, Jack s. Ponlrk, BMney Ray-
mond, Rahbl Ji.m.-oIi Rackovaky, Hurry
Roaen. JuHua Roaenateln, Samuel Roa-
ner. Sidney Kuimmwitz. Solomon Sand-
touts mimvirzn jacoi mkim
RABBI CROSS
LEONAKD KOStH
ler. Rabbi Solomon Schlff, Gabriel
Shantsla, Herbert S Shapiro, Re\
Joaeph Shapiro, Benjamin Bherry. Isi-
dore Spoiler, Hyman Stern, Dr laaac
t'nlerman, Monia WaJdman, Philip
\\ Ia> and I .....ard Zillberl
State Department Mulls
Action On Arab Envoys
WASHINGTON (JTA) The such an association existed :
State Department disclosed this j appeared to be of a nature in-
weck that it would consider declar-' consistent with normal diplomatic
ing Arab diplomats in Washington | comportment and practices, the
persona non grata and expelling j Department of State would consider
ihcm from the I'nited States if it is the advisability of taking steps, in-
found that they have entered an eluding declaring the offending dip-
improper propaganda relationshiol lomat persona non grata, to rem-
with the Student Nonviolent Co-;edy the situation."
ordinating Committee (SNCC).
He added that 'the exact ;,ro-
William B. Macomber, Jr., As- cedure decided upon would nat-
dstant Secretary of State for Con-jurally depend on the circumstances
?ressional Relations, in a letter, i of the case and of the time." He
answered an inquiry by Rep. Bob |(|e reference to the eonsidera-
Vilson. California Republican on. f ^ [uM b the Department
vhclher Arab embassy contacts i
with .h- Black Power movement1^ Js,lce ,n ,he specific case in-
violated protocol. Rep. Wilson had | olving SNCC. Ralph Featherstone,
n-oiested that "there is enough 1 SNCC program director, publicly
hate being fomented on our do acknowledged "that the source of
mest:c scene without allowing or- "w of SNCCs material was Arab
gan'zations to import hate propa- embassies." it was pointed out by
"anda from abroad through foreign Rep. Wilson,
embassies.'*
Mr. Macomber said it would /trf/ami BB Girls Win Award
not be consonant with established -r^e Topai B'nai B'rith Girls of
liplomatic procedures and with Miami has received a Youth Group
friendlv relations between states if Achievement award from Parents'
a foreign embassy were to make Magazine. The youth awards were
isc of an American organization to initiated by the magazine in 1955
involve itself in domestic political -|0 encourage and recognize the
affairs in the I'nited States." many dedicated young people who
The State Department official volunteer then services in com-
>sM that "if it were found that muni ties throughout the country"
U R D I
bureau College Program
Announced For 1967-68
flans for the 1967-68 semester
the College of Jewish Studies of
Miami Bureau of Jewish Edu-
|ion were announced this week
Albert E Ossip. president of
Bureau.
Two new scholars will join the
hilt) of the College when classes
in at three locations on Oct. 31.
\\. 2 and Nov. 3. They are Dr.
Hah Engelman, formerly of the
,ff of the American Association
Jewish Education, who will pre-
nt a course on "The Rise of the
in the Western World," and
\. Andrew Handler, professor of
story at the University of Miami,
ho will give a course on Modern
el at the Southwest Branch of
Le College.
The sessions beg;n Tuesday eve
Ing. Oct. 31 at the South South-
lest Branch at Temple Judea. 5500
fcranada Blvd.. Coral Gables, and
Vill meet for two semesters on
*..,
AIBIT OSSIP
Tuesday evenings from 8:00 to
10:00 p.m.
The North Dade Branch will
open on Thursday evening, Nov. 2.
at Beth Torah Congregation. 1051
North Miami Beach Blvd.. North
Miami Beach, and will meet for
two semesters on Thursday eve
nings from 8.00 to 10:00 p.m.
Courses at these two brart'H**
will lead to Sunday and Pre-
School teacher licenses. While
they are particularly meant for
teachers and teacher applicants,
they *ra also open to adults who
desire intensive Jewish study.
Courses at the two branches in-
clude Functional Hebrew. Modern
Conversational Hebrew. Modern
Israel. The Book of Deuteronomy.
Methods of Teaching in the One-
Day a-Week School. Basic Judaism
and Our Religion and Our Neigh-
bors.
The staff will include Oscar
Schmerler, instructor at Broward
Junior College: Mrs. Naomi Alt-
shuler. instructor at Beth Torah
Congregation; Herbert Zvi Berger.
associate director of the Bureau of
Jewish Education: Saul Rabin, ed-
ucational director of Beth David
associate director of the Bureau of
Congregation; Benjamin I'doff. ed-
ucational director. Temple Zion;
Benjamin Ben Ari. instructor at
Temple Or Olom; Nathan Brilliant,
former director of the Cleveland
Bureau of Jewish Education; Hcrzl
Honor, educational director, Tem-
ple Judea: Louis Schwartzman, ex-
ecutive director of the Bureau of
lewish Education, and a revolving
f,unity ol rsbbil o( the North D.ule
area: Dr Max Lipschitz of Beth
Torah Congregation; Rabbis Jonah
E Caplan, Sky Lake Synagogue;
Ralph P. Kingsley. Temple Sinai:
David Rosenfeld, Beth Moshe Con-
legation; Charles Rubel, Congre-
ion B'nai Raphael: iiml Milton
Schlinaky, Temple Adath Yeshu
i un.
The Hebrew Department of the
Continued on Page 4-B
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Friday October 1 7

JEWISH SERVICEMEN In the Miami area were treated to
an evening of fun and entertainment recently at a local
night club, arranged though the auspices of the YM-YWHA
of Greater Miami.Mrs. Louis (Bess) Glasser, Chairman of
the Greater Miami YMHA Armed Services Committee, is
shown discussing plans for the evening with Lt. Col. Leonard
Eichner of Homestead Air Force Base and other young
Jewish servicemen who attended. Left to right are: Lawrence
C. Kuppermann of the U.S. Navy: Airman ?C Anthony vV.
Hagan; Lt. Col. Eichner: Mrs. Glasser; Capt. Elisha T.
Powell and Staff Sgt. Arnold E. Fineman.
Red Mogen David
Lauded For War
Service Record
TEL AVIV The massive aid
rendered during the recent Israel
Arab war by Israel's Magen David
Adorn, the emergency medical or-
ganization, and the American Red
Mogen Dovid, the support wing in
the United States, was praised here
this week at a meeting of the
National Civil Defense Council. by-
Col. Samuel Ooder. defense com-
mander.
Among the achievements cited
at the meeting were the 200.000
blood transfer packs supplied by
the American group, the 100 emer-
gency clearing stations placed in
service at all border settlements
DR. CHARLES FEINBERG. ex-
ecutive director of the Ameri-
can Red Mogen Dovid for
Israel.
and the 180 ambulances placed in
service with the Israel Army and
Civil Defense.
Ferre Files For
Commission Seat j
Miami City Commissioner Maur-
ice Ferre has qualified for election
to the seat he now holds throughi
appointment by the City Commis-
sion on Sept. 2. 1967. Arthur Hut-
toe, former chief prosecutor for
the State Attorney's office, and
David Rabinowitz. Miami merchant
and civic leader, have been named
as campaign cochairmen by Ferre.
Citing crime in the streets of
Miami as the city's primary prob-
lem. Ferre has stated. "As a City
Commissioner I have addressed
myself to the crime problem by
seconding a strong gun law and
strongly supporting better pay for
our policemen. Our people must be
free to walk the streets and con-
duct their business without fear of
harm and loss of property."
t
Pledged to start immediately
on a plan for Homeowner Tax Re-
lief." Ferre added. "The hour has
arrived to start building a new
City of Miami. The first step should
be a revitalization of the downtown
area to create well paying jobs and
add millions of dollars to the tax
rolls. Let's get going and get the
job done!"
Food Fair Official
Urges Aid For
World?s Hungry
NF.W YORK-A food chain store
executive this week called on a
group of international leaders in
lood distribution to help in the
battle to feed two billion hungry
and malnourished people through-
out the world
Myer B Marcus, vice chairman
o' the board of F'ood Fair Stores.'
Inc.. sounded the call at the lltli
annual congress of the Interna
tional Association of Chain Stores.
Mr Marcus, a past president of the
25 nation body of food distribution,
leaders, is chairman ol the three-
day conclave.
In his welcome to the delegates.
Mr. Marcus noted that many na-.
tions had made rapid strides in
adapting the supermarket system
of mass food distribution pioneer-
ed in the United States However,
he continued, while advances have
been made in more mature eco-
nomic societies, the problem of.
feeding the world's hungry has(
grown more acute because of the
population explosion. "Two thirds
of the worlds population, two bil-
lion persons, cither faces starva-
tion or malnutrition." he said.
Israeli Violinist Featured
Eminent Israeli violinist jJI
Zeitlin will be featured arti- at2
Beth David concert to be held sZ
day evening. \i.v. 12. The | ,.,m
is sponsored by the Fine \rt,^
Beth David.
With Mayne Miller as accoij
nist. Mr Zeitlin's recital .\-.\\"
elude works ranging from VjVJ2
to the contemporary Israeli co&
poser Paul Ben-Heim
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JJe t has mm witnessed nV Kcioic-
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his life witnessed foy," writevMie \\ irsri
in The .lews of Silence.' "Had I ..him
to Russia for lhal akuae, it would hi.i
been enough .
Tent ol llioii\tuul\ of young pC'T
gathered tag* iln-r near the Gree
ag-iguc in Moscow. "Once heri
Dei amc a Miiyli hotly, voicing a i
praite lo the Jen km) people ami i
to li\e. Thty /tiledthe whoU
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thadowt and colon helow, al>,
clinthing a Jot nfc'l hklder thai
to tht ktmrens, ij not higher. .
r_jhcir fairs rt ftrrted a special radi-
ance. Iht-ir eses IS* agtoM Hamc thai
burned in the mm** of their BMBklon -
to which th-> M-emed Anally to hail it-
turned. ... I be street seemed lo ban
taken nn a nvw soul and with it th< um
(it? ofahca>enl)dreaan....Thekri'iilin
was ten minutes away, and the echoes of
the .lewish ciUbratMMi reached lo ibe
tomb of Stalin___I ais is tl
cek-hralc their triaatph over despair."
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most la*-ahiding people rejoices in ine
honored possession of i ho moat litx-.i.
the most comprehensive and the I
compassionate I iiws and Teaching*
that the world has ever known Per-
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nonary "love ih> neighbor** eoncepti
will finally catch on. It's time, nn'i n ?
(Pc greet the View Year %rtth aed
solemnity. Bui whcnSukkea,'"lli
sonofourrejK."ing.**arrives,thci' i
changes ... .1 toy is the kcyn.' e
the cciehraiion. Of course jroii
10 change the menu, too! So ho.-
choice ways 10 change chicken
familiar famil) lavonte, mt>> i>
fare with an intnguingly foreign j
FLOtENTME FEAST
(chickan cacciatora)
cup Planters Oil
2 lbs. chicken p.rres 1 cup slicwl i
12 cup i not ped green poop-1'
1 med" m ctove garlic, minced
1 can (1-lb ) Italian plum tomalc
I ros* i' i iped parsley
i) i.p out; no leaves, crui'
j tsp tn.mt leaves. crushM
^4 tsp salt Ciii'(us dash pep;
'4 ID mu'i looms, sliced
Heal Planters Oil in large nkill. l
. .ir.kcii pieces und hrimn well:
und set aside, sdd imi,Hi. grreWfK'p|i<
i:ariu eajok until uewHi is ituHi-i
lom.il.H-s Ihr.Miv'i strainer or food
Add tomato liquid, herns and !.....us*
i<* skillel. ( .M.k tiitr low heal IS sswwMes!
stir iH-easionalK. Add chirkm; rot.' "*
e.Hik .i>if low Im->I 45 niiiHii.s. Hit
M.MialU Add nHishfuonn. <
rrrd. 15 imnuirs ItHtgrr or until *
drsirt-d consistr> Ihis scrvea foui
dclieioasl) ih(ImsIm Italian slrle.
MAIIARA1AHS MHQUr
(cumed duchaa oticai
U cap Planters Oil
' 2 cup finely chopped omen
1; cup diagonally sliced celery
1 j cup sliced mushrooms
3 cups cooked, diced chicken
*4 cup flaked coconut
II c jb seedless raisau
\i tsp. rVotcestershire sau.
Vi tsp salt ; to 1 tsp. curry P"
3 caps chicken broth 3 rotas ho. 1
Hot cocked rice
Heat Planters Oil in skillet. Add M......
1 elm mushroom*, took IHtlU on......4>r
transparent. Mir in chicken, cnciaaHi
raisins, \\ orcrst rshire sauce, aah. ii'i'T
powder, br.iih. ( utrr. Hriog la a boil J**
siinim-r for 211 ininutis; slir occasi.ni.ill-
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simmer I minute. .Serve over fire i" "
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Now It's Legal But County Short Of Funds for Cross
The I'S Third District Court of lost again in this latest opinion. Greater Miami Council of Church-
Appeals has ruled that the Christ- maintains. "It's a religious iym es. so the county neglected to "ap-
mas crow on the south side of the bol. You know it. I know it and they propriate any money for this year."
Dade County courthouse is consti- (the court) know it." However, he hoping that the Council would again
tutional.
The three judye panel ruled that
the crOSI merely help* to decor-
ate the streets of Miami and at-
tract holiday shoppers to the down
town area rather than to establish
or create a religious symbol ."
Nuhan Paul, a 65-year-old retiree
who had challenged the cross in
Circuit Court, appealed, and then
oping
has not indicated whether he plans "come through At the moment,
any further legal moves. I it's a standoff.
Nevertheless it is still not cor- wwr~,
tain that the cross, a Yule t''^j-,JLr S AlllUHIIUI'S
Additions To Staff
tion in downtovvn Miami since 1955.
will "shed its light" on shoppers
this year. The county claims "it
doesn't have the funds "
In 19fM>. the cross was bung with
an $840 contribution from the
New Sen ior GroU D Opti-Mrs Club Starts Season
Installs Leaders mh A CocktaU Pa"Y
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|idge Greenberg
fudge H'rry Arthur Greenberg.
mer Mui.icipal Judge, was cor-
ated a 23rd degree Mason by the
preme Council of the Scottish
for the- Southern .Jurisdiction
he United States and Washing
D.C.
Senior Citizens Social Guild, a
newly organized group which re-
ceived its chartei from the Nation-
al Council of Senior Citizens. Wash-
ington. DC. will hold installation
ot officers, Monday at 7:30 p.m..
ir. the auditorium of the Miami
Beach Federal. Washington Ave. at |0r Wine Co.
A cocktail party, courtesy of the
Taylor Wine Co.. opened the first
meeting of the new season for the
Opti Mrs. Club of Miami Beach on
Tuesday at the Algiers Hotel.
Mrs. Frank Nankin, club presi-
dent, welcomed the guests, and
Mrs. Lawrence A. Weston, pro-
gram chairman, introduced Fred
Fenton. who represented the Tay-
8th St
The officers are: founder-presi-
dent. Jerome Yesner; vice presi-
dent. Joseph Rieger; treasurer,
Sam Taftel; financial secretary.
Nathan Weinstein: recording sec-
retary. Pauline S. Schycon; tnis-
and Steward of the Grand Lodge tees, Mr and Mrs Henry Oilman
Florida is presently a Florida
Mrs. Edwin Henig was in charge
of reservations.
ludge G eenberg was the first
.ster ot Burfskb Lodge: was Dis-
i Deputy Grand Master of the
Masonic District and Senior
Film on Israel Featured
A guest speaker and a film on
Israel will be featured at the Beth
Solomon Congregation Sisterhood
meeting set for Tuesday at 8:30
p m.
Bernard M. Yoffee. a retired
major in the U.S. Air Force, has
been appointed educational-voca-
tional counselor with the Jewish
Vocational Service.
Other additions to the staff of
the JVS include Meredith Berger
and Franklin P. Dean, students
from the University of Florida
who are working toward masters
degrees in rehabilitation counsel-
ing. They io'ned the agency for
internship training.
Dr. Michael Goodman, executive
director of the agency, has been
appointed by the district supervisor
of the Division of Vocational Re-
habilitation to be chairman of the
Dade County Steering Committee
on the planning for rehabilitation
facilities and workshops in the
community.
Marshall Harris is president of
the Jewish Vocational Service, a
FONTAINEBLEAU Hotel own-
er, Ben Novack, has been
named chairman of the city's
new Tourist Developmert
Authority. He ts now serving
a two-year term on the au-
thority.
'Do It Yourself With lorber'
I.orber Chapter of the Children's
Asthma Research Institute and Hos-
pital at Denver met on Tuesday
morning at the Sorrento Restau-
rant for a "Do It Yourself With
Lorber" program. Funds raised by
beneficiary agency of the Greater the group are used for research
Miami Jewish Federation and the and treatment of intractable
United Fund of Dade County asthma
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the representative of the Grand
dge of the State of Israel to the
and l-od^e of Florida
He la a past president and hon-
.is president of Temple Beth
olom where he serves on the
aid of directors and on the exec-
ve committee.
A member of the American. Flor-1
i. Miami Beach and Philadelphia
i AssodatitaB. he is on the
ievanc< (ommittee of the Miami
ach Bur A-sn.. on the executive
mmittee of the South Florida
, j" deration of the Union of Ameri
i Hebrew Congregations, and is
member of the Greater Miami
ish Federation and an associate
the National Society of Honoree-
Israel
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Miami attorney Sanford M
verdlin. v.ho holds the rank of
Col in the Air Force Reserve,
among more than 300 United
Ur Force Ai sdemy liaison
ficers whi nttended a conference
the Air Force Academy near
ilorado Springs, Colo.. Sept. 2!)
tic! I.
At the three-day conference the
lison officers were briefed by the
ademy staff on nomination and
i nission procedures. Academy
riculum and cadet life.
Young men interested in the
rademy may obtain full informa-
nt bv contacting Col Swerdlin at
- Miami office
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Friday, October 13
PLANS FOR THE Yom Kippur dance Saturday evening,
sponsored by Beth David Congregation are discussed by
Mrs. Nathan Spiegelman (left) president of the sisterhood-
Mrs. Richard Bailey (center), publicity chairman and Mrs.
Phillip Schifl, danc chairman. The dance will be held
,n the Assembly Room of the Dupont Plaza Hots!.
200 Attend Initial
Oholei Torah Event
More than 200 persons attended
the Oholei Torah Schools Velaveh
-Ma Ike dinner Saturday night at the
Caribbean Hotel.
The dinner, the first in a series
Personal Safety
To Be Discussed
The Robyn Tubin Chapter. City
of Hope, was to hold its regular
meeting on Thursday. 7:30 p.m., at
First Federal, 900 NE 125th St.
Guest speaker was to be Mrs
Mary Gilbert, veteran of the City
of Miami Police Department, whose
subject was to be "Personal Safety
and Home Security." A movie. The
Locked Door," was also to be
shown.
A MEMORIAL DtDiCATTUH
of a Bo
:o Edward T. N
oy ..
ted !
passionate mar
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Temple Judea To
[Mark 20 Years
Temple Judea of Coral Gable*
! will climax the celebration of its
20th anniversary Sunday night with
an anniversary ball in its new so-
cial hall.
The ball, scheduled for 6:30 p,m.
Sunday, also celebrates the first
ear in which Temple Judea has
worshiped in its new sanctuary.
Lee Lebow. Temple Judea vice
I president, and Nard I lei man. board
member, are co-chairmen of the
ball. Rabbi Morris A. Kipper is
, spiritual leader of the temple.
Temple Judea's current member-
ship drive, under the chairmanship
i of Herbert WilenUcy. has added 62
new families according to an an-
nouncement by Joseph Krefetz.
president.
Bureau College Program
Announced For Year
Continued from P9 1-B
mar and
lent
College wiH meet et the Bfreeu %**Qn
oFfiees, 40 Lincoln Rd., Miami
Beach, offering courses in prep-
aration for Hebrew teacher li-
cense, refresher courses for
practicing teachers, and adult
students
Composition n<
IRfftnoM H iry ,
Rabbinic Interpret.,;
dish Literature. The
Hebrew Depaxtmem
the n^V^li?
HtAeri zvit^
SUB MA
iocM
"['-uHan-.
Saul Rabin,
Hebrew Department will of- Rabbi Dav'd Lehiidi of r^S
ible and Modern Hebrew Lit- Israel- Lows Uaavj forme73
af social functions planned to ac
quaint the community with the fa-
cilities of the newly founded Ye-
shiva Day School, was termed a
"huge success," by Rabbi Abraham
Korf, principal of the school, which
is located at 1536 Bay Rd.. Miami
Beach.
Rabbi Jonah C'aplan, spiritual
leader of the Sky Lake Synagogue
made the invocation and Rabbi
Berel Wein. of Congregation Beth
Israel was the principal speaker at
the event.
Program chairman. Rabbi David
Lehrfield. of Knesseth I-rael Con-
gregation, who acted as master of
ceremonies for the evening's pro-
gram, said the response to the
school's first dinner was very en-
couraging and plans are now being
formulated for near future affairs.
The
fer B
erature on Wednesday mornings at
10:00 a.m. beginninf Oct 18.
Registration will begin on Fri-
day. Nov. 3 for courses on "The
Rise of the Jew in the Western
World," Mishna Related to Jewish
Festivals, Advene^ Hebrew Cram- | and Hebrew Teat I
structor of the Wort nen .
School, and Loui.- s, artiniM?:
The College of Jewish Stated
now formulating pl.1r.. iT ,"'
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ITewish Floridliaxi
iday, October 13. 1967
Pane 5-B
lizrachi Women's Group Meetings
iclude October Succot Parties
Chapters of Mizrachi Women's
^ganization of America have var-
procrams planned for their Oc-
!n-r meetings which will include
kccot parties.
*
lAviva Chapter will have its Ren-
tal meeting Monday. 2:30 p.m., at
Val Cables Federal. 200 Ponce de
in Blvd. The meeting will be
Inducted by Mrs Simon April.
isident, who will also offer a
lecot skit.
|Dov Chptr has scheduled a
ion meeting for Tuesday. Oct. 31,
the home of Mrs. Irene Lesser.
13 SW 7:h St. Mrs. Louis Tokayer
president.

lariar Chapter held a board
rclinu on Tuesday at the home
[the newly elected president. Mrs.
larles Simon. 6620 Allison Island.
ticcot party is being planned for
) fibers.

(atikvah Chapter was to hold a
ird meeting on Thursday at 10
at the Caribbean Hotel. A Sue
card party was to be included.
llyman Kolko is president.

.nneret Chapter held a general
i-ting Wednesday at Temple Za
ra. Rabbi Solomon Schiff pre
ted a talk on his recent trip to
|el. Mrs. Bernard Gilbert is pres-
et.
*
iami Beach Chapfar held a
^eral meeting Tuesday at Wash-
ton Federal. 12th St. and Wash-
ton Ave. On Monday. Oct 30, a
Succot party at Knesseth Israel
Congregation will he ho-ted by
Mrs. Rachel Laufer Katz. president.
* *
Shalom Chapter will have a Suc-
cot party Monday. Oct. 23. 1 p.m.
at Young Israel Congregation. Mrs.
Solomon Trachtenberg is president.
ELECTED to a second term as president oJ
the Hatikvah chapter. Mizrachi Women of.
America, at a luncheon last week at th ?
Fontainebieau Hotel, Mrs. Hyman Kolkj
was installed by Rabbi Alexander Gross ci
the Hebrew Academy. Mrs. Alfred Stone,
Florida State coordinator of Mizrachi, was
chairman of the day. Standing, left to right-
Mesdames Hilda Brofman, Jennie Weisberc
Lee Strauss, Tillie Dubler, Rabbi Gross, Mr:.
Kolko. president, Mesdames Lily Laste:.
Rose Hochstim. Lillian Herman, Eva Fuchi.
Seated, from let;, Mesdames Sue Hermar
Liliian Stone, Emma Rattner and Ann Teitch.
honorary vice president.
Musical Program
For Sinai Ladies
Temple Sinai Sisterhood of North
Dade will hold its annual member-
ship luncheon on Wednesday, 11:30
a.m. in the Embassy Room of the
Balmoral Hotel.
'Musings on Membership," a
musical program written and di-
rected by Mrs. Maurice Toback,
will be presented by the "Sinai
Songbirds." Rabbi Ralph Kingsley
will be the guest speaker.
New members will be guests of
Sisterhood. Reservations chairmen
are Mrs. Minna Oppcnhcim and
Mrs. Doris Sanz.
Madame Butterfly
Sung in English
Puccini's "Madame Butterfly"
will be presented in English by the
Opera Guild of Greater Miami at
2:30 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 26. at Dade
County Auditorium. The single
matinee performance is the first of
two family operas to be mounted
by the Guild in 1967-68.
Ten young artists have been en-
gaged by Dr. Arturo diFilippi to
appear in the three-act opera. They
are Bella Smith, soprano, as Mad-
ame Butterfly; Joseph Papa, tenor,
as Lt. Pinkerton; Bennie Mid-
daugh, baritone. Flora Lerman.
mezzo soprano, Edmund Cava.
tenor, and Daniel Green, baritone.
All but Middaugh are Miamians.
Elks Ladies Circle
Send Delegates
Representing the Anna Miller
Circle. Miami Beach Elks, at the
4th annual conference of Ladies of
the Elks held recently in Lake-
land, Fla., were Mrs. Irving Coop-
orman. president, Mrs. Sol For-
man. Mrs. William Adelman. past
presidents; Mrs Louis Baida. vice
president: Mrs. Charles Schieler,
secretary.
Also attending were State Presi-
dent Marvin Kimmel and Mrs.
Kimmel, a past president of the
Anna Miller Circle.
The group paid an official visit
to the Harry Anna Home for Crip-
pled Children at Umatilla, Fla.,
which is the major project of the
Florida Elks and the nrcl*>
Back to School
For Parents
The first general meeting for the
Leroy D. Ficnberg Elementary
School PTA. conducted by Mrs.
Paul Rosen, president, was a Back
to School Night on Tuesday eve-
ning.
Teachers were introduced by
1 Bernard Nissman. principal, and
! parents visited classrooms where
i the teachers explained the curricu-
lum for each grade level.
Mrs. Ronald Ager served as pro
gram chairman.
Parkway General Auxiliary Sets Talk On Volunteers
Mrs. A. Herbert Mathes will be
the guest speaker at the Parkway
General Hospital Auxiliary Mem
bership Coffee on Wednesday at
8 p.m. in the hospital's Administra-
tion Building. 16951 NW 2nd Ave,
Mrs. Mathes, a board member
of the Association of Florida H. >-
pital Auxiliaries and past presid
of the Mt. Sinai Hospital Auxiliary,
will speak on the topic "Why Vol-
unteer?" Tours of the hospital art
also planned for the gathering
FOUB members of Pioneer Women's Club I were winner;
in the blue box donation campaign sponsored by the Jew-
ish National Fund of America. Shown at the JNF meetin:
held recently at the Fontainebieau Hotel, from lelt, Josep.'.
Cohen. Greater Miami JNF president. Mrs. ]acob Walters
Mrs. Robert Garber, Club I president, two of the winners
Mrs. Miriam Fierst, JNF national secretary, who made th-?
presentation. Winners not shown, Mrs. Ceila Duberstei"
and Mrs. Irving Eichenbaum. Twice a year, the Jewish Nc -
tional Fund of America draws the names of blue box holc-
ers throughout the country for gifts from Israel which include
autographed books by Abba Eban and other Jewish leaders.
Today Makes Tomorrow
Is WICS Day Theme
Miami volunteers in the work of
Women in community Service will
be honored Monday at WICS Day
' ceremonies to be held at 10 a.m.
in the II ay fair Art Theater.
Mrs. Raymond A. Nihill. wics
national staff representative in the
field, is chairman of the day
Theme will be 'Today Makes To-
morrow ."
Mrs Stephen P. Clark is serving
as honorary chairman. Mrs. Wil-
liam I. Brenner, project director,
will distribute certificates of ap-
preciation to the volunteer work-
ers, ami Mrs. Stanley Myers, mem-
ber of WICS national board, will
bring greetings from national head-
quarters. Mrs. Sidney Lewis will
serve as moderator with Mrs. Ni-
hill.
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'Y Again Offers Plan
For Asthmatic Kids
The special program for the re
habilitation of asthmatic children,
which proved successful last year,
will again he conducted at the YM-
YWHA of Greater Miami on Sun-
days from 2 to 3 p.m., Mrs. Stanley
Myers, chairman of the Asthmatic
Rehabilitation Committee, announc-
ed this week. The first class will
start Sunday, Nov. 5, at the "Y."
The program will serve boys and
girls, ages 7 to 14. and emphasize
special diaphramatic breathing ex-
ercises which help fo:ce the trap-
ped air out of the lunjjs through
the bronchial tubes.
This program also includes other
activities to help develop self-
confidence such as tumbling, wres-
tling for the boys, special apparatus
MKS. MffffS
Off. TUDOR
work tnd additional exercises lo
ngtben the muscles around the
lungs
Parents were urged to attend
some of the sessions so they can
learn the exercises as well, in
order to help their children con-
tinue them at home.
Children for this class must be
referred by their physician or
clinic The Physical Education Of-
fice will furnish anyone interested
with additional information as well
as a special medical form which
must be filled out by the young
tor's physician and returned to
the Physical Education Department
prior lo the child's taking the
course.
Dr. Alexander Tudor, director of
Health and Physical Education for
the YMIIA, who first introduced
this special class in Washington.
DC. a few years ago. said that the
course has proven beneficial not
only to youngsters with asthma,
but lo all children suffering from
respiratory conditions
It has been found in the majority
of cases the asthmatic wheeze as
well as many of the other symp-
toms can be curtailed through the
procedures taught in this class.
Man) youngsters have also been
able to take normal physical edu-
cation classes at sehool after com
pleting the course
Mis Myers' committee has a
special medical advisor) hoard
composed of some of the leading
physicians in the community
Succol Parlies, Choral
Society On 'Y' Agenda
The North County Senior Citi
MB'l Friendship Club has .started
its PaJ] season with meetings at
the temporary facility of the "Y."
16951 NE 4th Ave Mrs Esther
Klein i- president of the club
A Succot celebration will be held
on Tuesday at 8 p.m and a gala
celebration to honor the golden
wedding anniversaries of Mr and
Mrs David Dogoloff and Mr and
Mi Die k I'm. imtein will be heW
on 31st
TIM annual eanlof uli/i-ns Suc-
cot party, npoiiRortMl by tti C.olilrn
At!- Prteaide%&p c*iut>. will tike
formed before man) local organi
/aliens
The new group will be featured
in the annual brotherhood concert
conducted by the Greater Miami
YMHA and for special perform
ancis during Jewish Hook Month.
I lie group ha.s openings for ten
or*, sopranos, bass and altos
Ruby Fogvl. \*tft.
To OoIIwf lirtir./
Om l; Miami poll Hubs r'ngi-l
OVER 100 GUESTS attended Mount S. ipital A
iary's Membership Cottee ior young matrons held recently
at the Miami Beach residence ot Mr. and Mrs. Robert R
bord. Shown are committee members, 1<..... iht, Mrs. lay
Allen Siegel; M's. Edward L. Cowen, men
man; Mrs. Rautbord; Mr.-. Yale N. Levin son. auxilia-
ident; Mrs. Al Libow, vice president in charge ol n
ship and Mrs. Lloyd Ruskin.
Post-Confirmands
Plan Nov. Retreat
The Post Confirmation Club of
Temple Beth Am which met on
Oct. 1 with Dr Herbert M. Baum-
jard, meets twice a month for
breakfast Those who have been
confirmed are invited to attend.
Plans are now being made for a
week-end retreat to be held in the
Keys in November.
Those attending included Nancy
Kramer. Debbi Rinz. Debbi Green.
Howard Michaelson. Wendy Green-
field. Scott Dreyfuss, Randy Klein,
Jan Stern. Karen Margolin, Sharon
Mcen. Alice Steinhardt. Irene Ab-
bott. Carol Odessky. Barbara Ko-
walsky. Gwen Gersten. Judi Ash-
bes. Melvin Klein. Amy Kurland,
Edward Dauer. Richard Baum,
Evan Zagoria. David Klein and
Jonathan Batimgard.
'Lovely Love*In9
Fashion Show
A 'Lovely Love-In" luncheon
and fashion show will open the so
la] season for members of the
Suburban League on Monday, Oct.
23rd, at King's Bay Country Club.
President Mrs. Alvin Rosen has
appointed Mrs. Henry Click and
Mrs Leonard Parker CO-chainnen
of the kick off event.
All proceeds will be allocated
to Variety Children's Hospital.
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A new Choral Society of the YM-
YWHA of Greater Miami, will hold
its initial meeting at 8 p.m. on
Wednesday, Nov. 1. according to
Mrs. Ray Berrin, chairman of the
Cultural Arts Committee.
Mrs. Paul Draizar will be the
leader and musical director for the
Choral Society. Mrs. Draizar is a
professional pianist and has per-
Dr. Wolfson Talks
On Philosophy
Dr. Abraham Wolfson, who will
observe his 86th birthday next
month, offers a course of 24 free
lectures on "Philosophy and the
Philosophers," before the Spinoza
Forum for Adult Education, which
meets Thursday mornings. 10 to
12 noon.
The topic of the first lecture, on
Oct 12th. was to be "An Introduc-
tion to Philosophy "
The forum meets in the audi-
torium of the Washington Federal.
1234 Washington Ave
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tion by the Stroud Festival ol the
Arts in England, as one of three
American poets to !* honored at
the Festival in
October. The
other two
Americans are
Marion Buch-
man and Har-
vard Professor
Mark Roskill.
They, along
with seventeen
other award
winners from
t h e English-
speaking coun-
tries, will have their poems pub-
lished in a book Festival Poems"
by a London publisher.
The festival, which continues for
two weeks, encompasses music,
drama, painting, as well as poetry
Mrs I.evkoff leaves for I-ondon on
Oct. 23rd to read her poems per-
sonally: and will be a guest at the
country estate of one of the chief
sponsors of the Festival.
Her first collection of poems en-
titled 'Of Apes and Angels," and
published b) Alan Swallow last
year, received excellent reviews
throughout the nation, and may be
purchased at several local book
MRS. B. B. GOLDSTEIN, (lelt) chairman, volunteers commit-
tee, Jewish Family and Children's Service, congratulates
Mrs. David Fleeman, seated, on being the lirst volunteer to
pass the 100 hour mark in the committee s year-old program.
Also shown is Mrs. Alfred Swiren. Volunteers participate
in a wide variety of activities serving as receptionists at the
new JFCS building, providing transportation for the new
adoptive babies, friendly visiting for the elderly citizens,
as well as assisting in clerical and other necessary ser-
vices, which make it possible for the staff of Jewish Family
and Children's Service to provide additional services to the
community.
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Institute Course
Start at Beth Am
The Temple Belh Am Adult Edu-
cation Institute will begin its Fall
Session Tuesday at 8 p.m. in ttie
' Adull Education Room.
Dr. Herbert M. Baumgard. spir-
itual leader of the congregation,
will introduce a course at 8 o'clock
I in Functional Hebrew This course
Will include key phrases in Israeli
Hebrew and in American Jewish
lite. No prior knowledge of Hebrew
is required.
At 9 p.m.. a course entitled "Is
rael In the Bible and In the
Modern World" will be held Both
of the courses will be taught by
Kabbi Baumgard and a groiin of
selected visiting teachers. The Fall
Session will continue until the mid-
dle of December, on Tuesday eve
nines.
A NEW MUSICAL, written and directed by Trixip Lev
.-ill be presented by the Federation ol Jewish Wom
md the Young Women's Division at the annual installation
'.jncheon, honoring presidents oi Jewish women's organiza-
.ons, at the Eden Roc Hotel on Tuesday, Oct. 24. al
"he Temple Emanu-El Players are standing (left to rtq
Hope Pomerance and Arlen Harris- seated (from .
:>ara Bessey Susan Rubin Debbi Malnik. Davida L
Tern Blum i raizar; in foreground is Trixie Lev
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The Miami Chapter of the Amei
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Education for Women' at the
Tuesday evening meeting conduct
ed b> Mrs. Marie Wallace, presi-
dent, at the Columbus Hotel
'Know Your Neighbor'
Beth David Sisterhood will pre-
sent a social action program en-
titled "Know Your Neighbor" at a
luncheon meeting on Wednesday,
at U am in Spector Hall. Mrs
Benjamin Kamen is chairman.
icrs
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food Beverage Director
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Friday, October 13. 1967
Psychiatric Center Trains Helpers
Greater Miami women's civic or-
ganizations are being asked to sup-
port the new "Listen to Children"
program of 'he Children's Pjyehi
atric Center of Dade County, ac-
cording to Center Director Dr.
Richard P. Emerson.
An experimental study involving
"listeners'' for selected children at
Youth Hall has now been expanded
into the "Listen to Children" Vol-
unteer service with opportunities to
serve offered to anyone interested
in training as a therapeutic assis-
tant
First training course was held
Wednesday morning at the Juve
nile Court Clinic of the Children^
Psychiatric Center. The Center will
furnish continuing supervision foi
'volunteers from private organi/a
; lions wishing to serve as program
assistants
New /Members Honored
The Sophie Tucker Group (if 11..
dassah will honor new members al
its Monday meeting in the Coastal
Towers Apartments
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>Jen isti Hcridi&n
P-rge !! 3

. EVERY YEAR I FEEL WORSE
Many years aso I decided not to send \eu
Year's Cards. Every year 1 feet more and more,
and feel worse and worse that I don't send (hem
Some are so pretty that I use them for bookmarks
such as those sent by Martha and Stanley My-
ers, Dr. and Mrs. Irving Lehrman and Ben and
Hazel Eaten. Someone who never forgets is Rabbi
Yaakov Rosenberg and his family from Philadel
phia. Some of my New Year's greetings this year
were ediblelike Mrs. Sol Silvermans home made
baked goodies and Mrs. Jack Meyers' chopped
herring and Dina Roharts' kieplach So Happy
New Year. Everybody!
ANOTHER ONE BACK FROM ISRAEL
Lillian (Mrs. Leon) Kronish was very -cod
company under the dryer in the beauty shop. She
had just come hack from Israel. She and the
Kabbi had just watched two young Israeli register
hundreds of Arabs who wanted to return. The two
Israeli amid all the Arabs took it in such a matter
Of fact way that Lillian couldn't get over it Her
sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. a. w.
Mantis from Newburg, N i had arrived the nihl
before to surprise them by coming for a visit for
the holidays Ronnie Kronish. who is president of
Ilillel at Brandeis University, hail written the
service for itosh Hashona and conducted it she
was bubbling over with news about daughter
Maxine, but bj Mien her listener's hair was dry
COMPANY DAY IS TUESDAY
Lillyan Sobel and her daughter moved into
a new anartment, Point View East Naturally, be-
cause Lillyan is a decorator, the apartment is
most unusual and charming. She used a l"i of
rattan, for which her shop is noted, Since I'm -
is Lillvan's da) off, thai is when she
pany Gathered aboul the round dining
(able were Ronn'e (Mrs Mickey) Escol, ':-1 sic
iMrs. George) Wolpert and Sylvia (Mrs. Milton)
Friedman. It \ sisted Lil Added attractions Russian dressing,
delicious cake and oh what candy'
GO HURRICANES. GO!
They didn't go so far. that first game with
Penn. Armed with raincoats and umbrellas, the
crowd could readily believe that the earl> rain
was really teardrops in anticipation of 'lie re-
suits, t'p under the overhang a nice place io he.
were James and Jo> Rodenberg, Marty and Irene
S.imuels. Al and Terry KronOWitZ and Sid and
Florence Lew it The thr.....trkins, Norman
and Stanlev, Alan and Bob Marcus and David .May
"ere there stag." Harry and Marilyn Smith.
Paul'and .ludy Hosen. Artie and Sally KravRz,
Sam and Lev Shaninger wore seen. Then there
wore Mr. and Mrs. Al Singer (they left the new
baby at home).
OUT AT FABULOUS FLAGLER
Which draws (he biggest crowd at Fabulous
Flagler Dog Track? The cute doffs or the mar-
velous food? Seen at the Sidney Lefcourts' table
were Dr. Ed Gallcr and his Rae, Sy and Helen
Somerstein, and Morris and Carolyn Lomaskin,
JU8t by picking OUt docs lor [heir names cr mini
bers the girls did very well at betting. Also seen
were lrv and Millie Lovitt, Nat and Grace Strauss
and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cooper.
EXAM NIGHT
Marilyn Walter had an exam in her class in
Biology at Da<(c Junior College. She took along
her daughter Sherrie and her friend Gail Wald-
inan. Thai night John Davidson was Jiving a con-
cert, it was dreamy and the girls were ecstatic.
-Marilyn wasn't at all thrilled about her exam
A FATHERS DREAM
Daryl Friedman is the daughter ol Mrs Shir
le> Friedman and the late Saul Friedman. It was
her father's lifelong hi..... thai since he had such
a love of Israel and Zionism his daughter would
be interested too. It was his spirit that motivated
his daughter to otter her services (o Israel las'
September. Daryl is farming in the settlement ol
v c Atat she says it is exhausting bul she loi es
In her kibbutz are man) voun people who ere
J< sh peopl from Ital; F :^'w and Bel
[Mum, who came to help. Even once in a ri Ic
she gets to go visiting. Her I isl v sit was to Jeru-
- illm. which she adored.
TWO TEACHERS IN THE FAMILY
Word has reached the Peter Hellers 'hit two
Iheir children have become teachers in New
York City Tena. the youngest, tcarhn
the Washington In ni High School; Michael has
become a professor in New York University, loach
English to foreign students. A third son. Ar
thur, has just returned from Japan where he
lelivered a paper on biochemistry.
OFF TO EXPO 67
Seen at a cocktail party in the Royal
Hotel in Toronto were Rhea Cashman Gladwin
and her brother Lionel Gladwin. They were on
their way to Montreal to -"" T'v" i '<""
Frances Lehman
PLANNING the Southgcite Group of Hadassah founder'."
day luncheon to be held in the Club Gigi of the Fontain-
bleau Hotel on D?c. 11, are these cochairmen of the prograr.
committee. Standinq. ieft to right Mrs. Murry Alninn Mr-.
Abe Merar, Mrs. Abraham Heller. Mrs. Edward Lefshin
Mrs. Murry Levene. Seated, left to right, Mrs. Joseph Rosen-
berg, Mrs. Tillie L. Schwartz, chairman, who hosted ih'-
committee lunch >eting, Mrs. Max Cohen, preside"
Funds I fron Ih lil arked for the Hadassa
'FT.
Or Olom Ladies In
Sisterhood Cabaret
A supper sponsored bv the Sis
terhood of Temple Or Olom hon
em. Sisterhood members w'll he
held in the temple auditorium on
Mondaj evening, Oct, 23, at 7 p m
The entertainment for the eve
ii" b musical pr >si am
titled, "Ssterhood's Cabaret," writ-
ten and ,incited by Mrs. Lawrence
Wulkan. Included in the cast are
Mi- Ralph Fistel, Mrs. Seymour
Goldstc ii. Mrs. Jack 1'iimack,
Mrs, llair> Sarnoff, Mrs. G
Schwartz, Mrs. Heibeil Seltman
and Mrs. Laurence Wulkan. At the
piano will be Mrs. Ros< Rubin.
i'n the membership committee
a.e Mrs Jerrj Abromowitz, Mrs.
lie: aid Baker, Mis Paul B
Mrs. Iiwrn Cooper, Mrs, Stanley
Mr- Ralph Fistel, Mrs.
George Freedman, Mrs. chick Good-
man. Mrs Emeij Green, Mrs. Eli
Kaufman, Mrs. i Si hv artz and
Season98 Opener
To Plan Activities
The Women's League for Israel,
Miami Beach Chapter, will hold its
first regular meeting of the sea-
on Wednesday, 12:30 p.m at
the 100 Lincoln Road Club Room.
The agenda will cover important
subjects and schedules of activi-
ties lor the coming months,
Stella R. Bernstein, MA. psy-
'Ologist, will be guest speaker, and
Rose Dellerson will sing a group
if melodies, accompanied by Leu
Dickman, violinist
Slides ol the League's Ho ne
or Girls in Haifa. Tel Aviv, of the
Rehabilitation and Vocational Ocn-
t ter for the Blind, and the cafeteria
or students at the Hebrew Univer-
sity, "ill be shown.
Ahs. Harrj Kapell is league pres-
ident
ilrs Philip Zelman
Mrs Lawrence .-apian is mem-
bership vice president, and M
loseph Rothman is president
Sisterhood
Ilehreu Students
Consecrated
Beth David Congregation will
conduct its annual consecration
-ii i ice dui ing the Succol Eve te \
ce '"i Wednesdaj al 5:45 p m A
Kiddush will be held in the succah
following the service. A miniature
Sefer Torah will be presented to
each Child who has started Hebrew
studies
Students who will be consecrated
include Alephl -David Blumberg,
Elliot Cantor. Stacey Dolgin, Bruce
Khrens, Edmund Klmaich, Ran-
dolf Faerber, Joan clover. Lynn
Goldman, Sandra Goldman, Jesse
lleit. Jonathan Krant/, Marcie
Krooberg, Gary Halavenda, Abra-
ham Medvin, Barbara Schnecr.
Michael Schiff, Barry Sbiro, Tamar
Soule, Cathy stein. Barbara Wein-
er Mark Witkind.
Alcph 2Donna Barson, Stephen
Bcame, Michael Braun. Randall
Cole, Bruce Deutsch, Beth Drexler,
Carolynn Friedman. Ellen Gold-
stein, Miles Greenberg, Dorl Hertz,
Douglas Hertz. Daniel Lessner,
ilene Litvak. Perry Martin. Mori
Mickelson. Debra Miller. David
Mutter. Celia Pearl, Jeffrey Potash.
Adam Rosenberg. Tcrri Sparber.'
William Traurig, Gregg Wasser-
man. Barret Weinberger. Dale
Weiss. Teddy Silverman.
SIMC
There
Three days of festivities marked
the inauguration of the new Knesset
building, perched temple-like
on Givat (Hill of) Ram in Jerusalem.
6,000 guests, including
representatives from 44 parliaments,
attended the opening ceremony,
one of the happiest national events
since Independence itself.
Beach Chapter BB Metis
Miami Beach Women's Chapter.
B'nai B'rith. will meet Tuesday
noon at the Dcauville Hotel. At the
most recent meeting of the chap-
ter, funds were raised for the Is
rael emergency Fund. Mrs Sam
uel B.-uim is chapter president.
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
\ tvpical mng matron of the present new generat-on
is Barbara (Mrs. Marvin) Haven Barbara was born in the
Bronx but her family, the Nat Saters. moved to Mtaml
Beach in 1937 when she was three years old. A most happy
childhood was interrupted when
she was in the sixth grade and
the polio epidemic hit the city.
However. Barbara was one of the
fortunate ones. For years her
mother Pauline, now Mrs. Jack
Schwartz, worked with her at home
and took her for therapy to Coral
Gables. Barbara says they watched
Coral Cables grow. In no way has
this affected her life She went to
mg Central Beach. Ida M Fisher and
"C^- \ <* Miami Beach High. One of the
'T^r most popular girls in high school,
not only was she an honor student
but president of the Student Coun-
cil and in every activity including
debating, at which she was a whiz.
> A Goldie Handeh
Roger Wnsntan
Exchange Vqivs
Goldie Handel and Roger M.
Wasman exchanged marital
in a ceremony held Sunday, Oct. 8.
at the D'olomat Country Club Or.
Irving Lehman was officiating
rabbi, and a reception and dinner
at the club followed the evening
nuptials
Daughter of Mr and Mrs Daniel
Handel. 956 Washington Ave the
bride is a registered nurse and an
alumna of the University of Flor-
ida. Her bridegroom is the son of
Dr. and Mrs Stanley Wasman. 310
N Shore Dr Now in the Air Force,
he attended the University of
Miami.
For the wedding, new Mrs Was
man selected a bridal gown of
Alencon lace and carried an ar-
rangement of zinbiddeon orchids
Her attendants included Shirley
Zaleski. maid of honor. Mrs Ann
La Salle. ma'ron of honor. Barbara
Wallaek and Marcy Wasman.
bridesmaids.
Serving as best man to the
bridegroom was Michael Waxman.
and as ushers. Joseph Pullman.
IJllitps I III l IU'lfS ,an Maisler and Douglas Manske
Fridny, October 13. 1967

Evening Ceremony
BARBARA
When she went to the University of Florida she met
her future husband. Marvin, at the Tep House In spite of
all the activities in which she had participated in hiHi
school. Barbara didn't get involved In college she jus
let herself be courted and pinned. She didn't realize that
she had been writing so much about Marvin, even when
her folks came up. presumably to see her in a water show,
but actually to meet the paragon their daughter was writing
about When Marvin graduated they came back to Miami
and got married Barbara finished her last two years in
one year at the University of Miami and then taught at
Treasure Island School. School teaching lost out when they
decided to have a family, however. First there was Nancy.
Then came twins Betsy and Robin. There was no history
of twins in either family. It came as a complete surprise
even to the doctor. "Quite a shocker." reminisced Barbara
"We had just moved into a new house and already it was
too small It was absolute bedlam for a few months
someone was always crying But that. too. passed. Then
came Natalie, now five and a half.
Shortly alter the birth of the twins. Barbara became
the charter president of the Biscayne Chapter of the
American Medical Center They used to meet at night.
e all of the members were in the same categorysmall
children. Just how long can you stay at home with diapers
and bottles? The group has grown by leaps and bounds.
Bj ve and still an inspiration to them. A
i iP r om btotlu i foi I at Sabal Palm
tor lour years, active in National Council tor Jew
isfa women and being on the board ol the 1 tung Women's
Division of Federation have been added to her activities.
Presently she is vice p esident of Community Services for
Shores Division ol M J.W Barbara nv.es doing organiza-
tion work, feels that it is not just "busy work" but is really
orthwhile and rewarding
Barbara like; to cook and her husband likes to i at
They enjoy entertaining informally in small groups, and
going out to dinner and the theater with friends. Thej va
n up bowling but Marvin plays tennis. The family does
- of things together. Now that the children are older
the] are real p oplC and are treated as such. The Havens
i strong feeling that the children should think for
themselves Also 'hey try not to spoil them The children
are active in track events and the three older girls are
in the Road Runners Club. Marvin and Barbara are
all fans Puring the season the house explodes with
football news and views. They have season tickets tor the
Gators." As Barbara says. "Once a Gator fan. always I
Gator fan And as Barbara's friends say. "Once a Barbara
fan. always, a Barbara fan."
A candlelight, double ring cere-
mony united Helen, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Waserstein. 605
84th St., and Richard Finvaib. son
of Mr. and Mrs. Pinke Finvarb.
2625 Pinetree Dr.. Saturday night.
Sept. 30, at the Doral Country
Club Dr. Irving Lehrman was offi-
ciating rabbi, and a reception and
i formal dinner followed.
Now on a honeymoon in Puerto
Rico, the newlyweds will live on
Harbor Island. M.B.
For the wedding, carried out in
yellow and green, the bride wore
! a custom made floor length gown
' of off-white French peau de soie
featuring a camelot train and short
rap sleeves reembroidered in
pearls and beads. The finger tip
French illusion was attached to a
how of pearls and beads and she
earned an arrangement of white
orchids, stephanotis and lily of the-
valley.
Honor attendants were Dianne
Finvarb. the groom's sister, and
Mrs. Julio Klepach. the bride's sis-
ter. Among bridesmaids were Di-
anne Waserstein. Susan Abadi.
Susan Cohen. Gloria Glottman, and
Bertha and Marlyn Klepach, junior
bridesmaids. Richard Waserstein
and Bernard Klepach served as
ring bearers.
The groom's brother, Salomon
Finvarb. was his best man. with
John Waserstein. George Hane.
John Fishman and Spencer Fox as
ushers.
Finvarb is a graduate of Miami
Beach High, and is now attending
the University of Miami School of
Engineering. His bride is also a
graduate of Miami Beach High and
i. now majoring in languages at
the University of Miami.
W'.r r Ka
Mrs. Baget Hitman
K ran ish To Spea k
At Sisterhood Tea
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Sholom will open its new season at
its annual membership tea. Wed
neaday at 100 o'clock, at Beth Shi
lorn. 4144 Chaoe Ave according to
an announcement bj Mrs Seymour
Siiverman, president
Dr Leon Kronish. spiritual lead
cr of the congregation, will addn If
the group
Chairman of the day will be Mr-
Max Kesselman. and the commit
tee in charge of arrangements in
eludes Mrs Harry S. Warren, In
charge of program; Mrs. James S
Knopke. in charge of decoration
Mrs Syd Levy, in charge of re
freshments. and Mr*. Marvin Coo)
er. membership chairman.
Since the tea lakes place on tl
eve of the SueeOt Harvest Festival.
the function will 'axe i>ia<"' in *he
succah of the Temple and the motil
will be centered around the f<
tival __
"Obtaining money from the growing
bank made it possible for oor grow-
ing business to import more interest-
ing item* for some very important
people YOU our clientele.
Robert Hart, President
IMPORTS FOR THE TRADE
151 N. E. 40 Street, Miami

New Members Introduced
West Miami Auxiliary. Jewish
8410 SW 3th St Mrs Norman
Burman was to preside, and Mrs.
James Stern, vice president, was to
war \eterans, was to hold a reg-
ular meeting on Thursday, 8 p.m.. introduce new and prospective
at the home ofcjflrsi Stanley Gold, members to the auxiliary
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yours,
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Temple Menorah honored Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz at the Eigh-
teenth Anniversary "Chai" Din-
ner this past Sunday evening at
the Fontainebleau Hotel. Mrs.
Abramowitz selected a maize-
c ilored gown and matching floor
1. njjjth cat. The fabric was raw
- !k. and the empire waist gown
itured a triangular cutout in
the back Ami.n.: the guests who
p lid tribute to the Rabbi was Sen
Eugene .i McCarthy of Minnesota
Mrs. Leonard Rosen, wife of
the Temple's presid'-nt. wore the
mst won the ( <>ty Award of Fash-
ion. It was in brilliant multicolor-
ed geometries with gold in the
silk fabric Gold braid and match-
ing colored jewels trimmed the
neckline which was high and
-lashed in front, and the I rim
was repeated around the short
sleeves
Hot pink ch'ffon was the choice
of Mrs Sheldon I delink The
skirt of her gown was in satin
and the chiffon bodice featured
pink caviar and silver bugle
beads. Mrs. Jack Burstein's rose
bei?e chiffon gown had sequins
embroidered on the lace bodice.
Klack silk crepe iced with white
at the neckline and hemline was
worn by Mrs. Capcl Elscher. Mrs.
Abe Appel wore a white ribbon
lace which skimmed the waist-
line It had the jewel neckline
and bracelet length sleeves
Mrs S Smallman's cocktail en-
sml>U- was in turquoise and gold
brocade and styled in a modified
nt a! manner Midnight blue
the c>U>r of the ahaer wool
chosen by Mrs Jacob CherTtof
sk) Mrs Arthur Rosichan's three
i ( bred tones <<( blue and green
M ; i .' II lace reemh
with cut velvet ribbon was worn
by Mrs Mai tnglander. The em-
pire waistline was detailed in
gold satin in front and the sil-
houette was that of the modified
cage The satin was also ustd for,
her stole.
Mr* Max Priedberg's gown
was in a blue and green sw tried
print Her bateau neckline wa
ly draped White silk brocade
was the cno ee of Mrs. Max Axel-
rod Floral cutouts the brocade
were appUqued on the dress and
matching coal and were e-'
with black Black was the color
choice of Mrs Sam II Harris Her
bodice was in jet sequins and her
full s^irf WAS in dvff"" Mrs '>
seph Bergman wore an ice pink
imnorted sheer dress with Cnan-
tilly lace appJtqued on the bodice
and hemline Clear crystals werej
embroidered on the lace.
Turquoise chiffon with free
floating panniers was worn by
Mrs. Joseph Denmark Rhine-
stones and crystals were embroi-
dered in a bib effect at the neck
line Mrs Morris Urist's hd pink
Chantilly lace was trimmed ith
iridescent paillettes. The bateau
neckline and three-quarter sleeves!
were banded in matching colored i
satin. Mrs. Joseph Mansbach's
flour length skirt was in mint
green satin and her hip length,
illusion overblouse was studded
with silver caviar beads. Mrs Sam
I.eifman wore a white Alaskan,
silk in the A line silhouette A
se.lf fabric bow was at the neck-'
line and on the band near the
hemline Silver and white bro
cade, in the fit and -flare silhou
ette was worn by Mrs Myer
Harris, but it was the charm
v hcli she w 're al the neckline of
which nIic was proud it wa*
awarded for caring for an Israeli
('): I tor len ea -
MISS SUSAN SIGAl
Summer Nuptials
For Susan Segal*
John Samuels
Mr and Mrs. William Segal have
announced the engagement of their
daughter, Susan, to John M. Sam-
liels, the son of Mr and Mrs. Jud-
son Samuels of Hollywood. Fla.
Judson Samuels, formerly a pro-
fessor at University of Miami law-
school, now is attorney for the
.state Racing Commis The groom-to-be. a graduate of
Vanderbilt University, is presently
attending University of Chicago
Law School.
The wedding is planned for the
late summer of 1968.
AJC Women Mark
U. N Day Fete
In honor of United Nations Day.
the Miami Coral Gables Chapter.
Florida Women's Division. Ameri-
can Jewish Congress will have
Mrs. George T. Lewis, pas! presi-
dent, United Nations Association of
Miami-Coral Gables, speak at an
open meeting on Wednesday. 12:30
p.m. at the Park Lane Cafeteria.
Coral Way and 22nd Ave.
Mrs. Lewis' topic will be 'Has
the United Nations Outlived Its
Usefulness?"
Mrs. Benjamin Kamen. chair-
man, commission on world affairs,
will give a report on problems
faced by Jews in Czechoslovakia
and the Soviet Union since the six
day war in the Middle East. Chair-
man for the dav will be Mrs. Sam-
uel Rosenstein, president of the
chapter.
Jjcir Neil Br.tan
Neil Franklin, son of Mr. and
Mr; Herman I. Bretan. celebrated
hi Bar Mitzvah at Beth David
Congregation Saturday, Sept. 30.
Post and Auxiliary
Mark 30th Year
Norman Bruce Brown Post and
Ladies Auxiliary, Jewish War Vet-
erans, is holding a joint anniver-
Jar) dinner dance on Sunday. Oct.
22. starting at 6' p.m. at the Algiers
Hotel.
Established in 1937 as the Freda
Markowitz Post and Auxiliary, the
organization changed its name in
1947 in memory of the late Norman
Bruce Brown, young air force serv-
iceman who was among the first
in Miami to die in World War II
The 30th anniversary- affair will
include a show, and presentation
of buttons to those who have held
continuous membership in the
Post or Auxiliary' lor 20, 25. 30
years.
CO-CHAIRMEN of the Park-
way General Hospital Mem-
bership Committee, Mrs. Jack
LnRosa. (right) and Mrs. Stan-
ley Mitchell, discuss plans for
-i m bio drive coffee.
The H tit w be he'd at 8
Hos-
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Morns Gr
pita! '
Halloween Partv
For JWV Unit
The Norman Bruce Brown Post
and Auxiliary. Jewish War Vet-
erans, are holding a Halloween
masquerade party on Tuesday eve-
ning at 4601 W. Flagler St.
Featured entertainer will be Syd
Skolsky. in a "One Woman Show."
Members Bid to Breakfast
NHL B1CTAN
Paid up members of Beth Torah
Congregation Men's Club will be
guests at the annual membership
breakfast on Sunday. Oct. 22. The
morning will include entertain-
Neil. an honor ment and a gift of tickets to the
student at Pal Coconut Grove Playhouse,
metto Junior
High, is active
in several youth
organizations.
A Kiddush fol-
io" ing the Sat
ay morning
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fJenis* thcridfor
Friday, October 13. 1967
Deaths In
Greater Miami
LEGAL NOTICE
PLANNING THE 19th ANNUAL luncheon and fashion ex-
aeanza lor Lorber Chapter. Children's Asthma Research
;ute and Hospital arp. from left, Mrs. !. William Bciros
]r fashion show chairman: Mrs. Sidney Harris, coordincr
i vice president- Mrs. Ernest Harris, president; and Mrs.
redd K'agerman. fund-rail
a; the opening of Burdlne's Dadelcmd Restaurant
Tuesday at 11:30 a.m.. theme of tl v- "'' '
A New Way to Live."
Israel Sisterhood
Features Musical
At Member Tea
The Sisterhood ot Temple Israel
of Greater Miami, one of the
largest Reform congregations in
the South, will start its season of
activity on Wednesday, at a mom
hership tea to be held in Wolfson
Auditorium at 12:30 p.m
A musical revue, written and
pioduced by Rae Graham, will be
the featured entertainment ol the
afternoon, and will highlight the
year's activities in son and dance
The chairmen of the day are
Mrs. Herbert Lolchuk and Mrs Al
Ian Solomon and they are expect
in^ upwards of 400 women to wel-
come the new president. Mrs. Clif-
ford Newmark and hoar the plans
for the coming year.
ico. Kl 1'atio has gathered together
I he boutiques and shops "f Mexi-
co's top designers. Cynthia Sar-
gent, wln.se richly colored hand
hooked rugs are SO handsome that
the) are frequently used as wall
hangings, has a -hop there, as does
P( _.> Pena one ol Acapulco's top
sportswear designers Men who
the resort wear geared to
tcapulci 's casual life will find it
ut Royce, another ol El Patio -
ps And there are handcraft
boutiques where you can find the
imaginatively conceived and exe
euted crafl articles for which Mex
ico i- justly famous.
COMBINED extractions of the
'.rally located El Patio are
a complex of shops, luxury
I ttions a i "'
rid famous discotl
I rest
Acapulco (omplex
Features Shops.
Accommodations
A new attraction in Acapulco is
Teddy si.i.liter's El Patio, a com
plex of shops, luxury accommoda
tions. an already world-famous dis
cotheque. a restaurant and an
open-air beer Harden. Centrally lo-
cated, El Patio is across from the
Acapulco Hilton on the Costera
Miguel Aleman. the beautiful bou-
levard which follows the curve of
the sea
Tequila a Go-C.o. the discotheque
which has become the resort's out
standing nighttime attraction,
gathers the resorts smart set and
other fun-lovers for drinks and
dancing till dawnthe traditional
finish to an Acapulco evening.
It is one of the more recent stars
in the crown of Swiss-Ixirn Stauf
fer. who came to Mexico more than
25 years ago and built La Perla'
nightclub (where the boys dive ISO
feet from rocks into a small. I
ing pool' and the luxurious Villa
Van cottage colony, both Aca-
pulco landmarks.
El Patio, the beer garden which
gives the new complex its name,
is set in an open courtyard shaded
by huge old trees and graced with
tiled fountains and overhanging
wrought iron balconies. Open 24
hours a day. El Patio serves the
delicious Mexican beer whose taste
and quality have won world '
medals
There's also a treat for gourmets
at the Chesa Veglia, a Swiss res
taurant which is one of the resort's
finest. And those who want out-
standing accommodations can stay
in El Patio's magnificent luxury
suites.
For shoppers who admire the
distinctive designs and workman-
ship of Acapulco sportswear and
fine handcrafts from all over Mex-
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
,N AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 74^95-B
in RE i:-
IKOOUWTONh
"' NOT^CE TO CREDITORS
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INTHI CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUii u<-
E FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
CIVIL ACTION NO '"'J9** _
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No 97-1BJT2
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
Florida in probate
notice to creditors
No 76517-A
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within -in rnleiuUi month* from th.-
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NOTICE B/ PUBUCAT.ON
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THfc
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA INWFORMOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 6715486
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ANDREW A .'ASK!
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Three
easy ways
to get YOUR
Zip
Code
A*k your postman.
QlM at the Zip Map in
the business pages o(>uur
phone book.
El Call your poM ofTue.
Always include your Zip
Code in your return address
ao others can easily Zip mail
to you.
f ublithtd it oubHc ttrvtc* In cms*
ration >*> Ih M blumenthal. Sum SS Trw un
Hi mi.
Seni llravi ill ervleen Sept Jf
Mouni Nel ni.i.-i i Itlvercldi
Alton Rd i 'li:i|.. I in .li.ui;.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIPCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 67-15073
INTERPLEADER ACTION
KI'RT \\ KI.I.ISH
All.'I nej ,i Law
Plniiitill.
v>
IIEUMCT STERN. THEORI.ANIKI
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itERAlA.Vj iii:ii.i:i.-n
SONS INI and
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v..ii TIIK KATHlN VI. CAN RE
| TIN MN'i: i1. an- herein
i .- Rill ..f Complain! < Inurpl.
r, I, led .1L-..111.-1 i..u. ... ,t you
required u. -.-rv.- a ropy ol row
i ie*er ... Pleading In Ih* Bill !
the i.l.,n,un Atlnme)
Kl l: l' w Kl.l.ls.'H. |(7 Ainu rla \>.
mi. Coral rjablea, Florida, and file
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Clrrull Court, rnde Couniy. Eh-rlda
B> i.svi:i:m:n
|.. i.u'i Clerk
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ZI.MKI.. KACKMAN A.' ZEMI
Atl.-i ney* for l '.:> intlff
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 76574-C
i, RK Balateot
LENA r'AHBGB.
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All rr.-iii'.r- and All Peruonn Hat
inn Claim" -t Demand! AjplaMU SmW
1,'u in- li.rrl.i n..llfi.-'1 and r. nulr-
pri -in afll .linnu- and d.in.ii.l-
., i.i, ii you may hare namtnat m.
i.,,.. p| LENA KARREIt de. eatwd lale
,i. Cunly, Elortda. to tha County
.hull.-.- nl I'i.iI. I'.'UiHi. and Rle Ih*
-..'ii.- in dupllrate ltd a in"".' I M
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ih.it ..ifi.-. im iif County nourtboua*
in lI...I. County, Ki'.nai. within m
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in-i publication hervol of late aaaaa
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DONE AVI' ORDERED nl M ml
Plortda il.i- .-.'.ili ,1,, mber
in i..:
R LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Ii,,l. Count) Plorlda
111 K .11 1.1 MAN
I ..null Clerk
(On mi '''.uri S:.li
KI'RT WlM.t.lscil
Attorney at U -
Plalntili
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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. 672861 (Vannl
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ISIOR* I M BNI 'IV.
Ptall '
MARIA HKSl'17
11.-|. '
To M MUA MKXHEX
*71 Weal Street
Krooklyn, XeU V.rk
v..ii MARIA Ml'.M'i:/ an hi n ftj
n..un. .1 lliui .. Dill ol >'.....i'ii." ;
Plvorci ha* been filed aiaiha. you.
anil i"U ..r. r.-.|ii.r..l to -.ri. a mpj
,,i youi tnnwei or i'l. adlna i" ih
Hill ol mplalnl on Ihi Plalntlir*
atlonii i s ui. T \"\ /amit i .11
i Ittili Miami. El
i flic the original Anawi
p|, mhi k In thi Ihi llerk '
Hi. i'i.-. uii Court "M or before lh
ITth daj S embei IM1 II "
f:.'l to .1" s". Judgment 1.1 delaull "ill
i.. taken aaralnsl you for ti .- rebel de-
i..l In Ih.- Rill ..I I'.nii'Ulni
Tins moin. shall I i'uiillli. 'I onee
arh u-eek f..i f"iir i-on*eeUtlvi week!
111 THE .IKWISli I'l 'I'.IIU VN
PONE AND ORDERED a. Miami.
Florida .thl* t day "I <.....ber I D
l^'.T
i: B i i: vthi:i;\ia\. cu-rk
Circuit Court, [ktde Conaty, Florida
I!v K .11 I.VMAN
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal i
BAI l. T VON ZAMI-T
iii: Capital Riii.k W.Ik
llami. Elort.la 3"1S;
Lttorn^y lor PhUntllf
-:o-jt 11 S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 67-15740
NOTICE OF PUBLICATION
KIT ERA
HI I RRt "ARD a ..
HELEN I UlUMWH
. ileni-i i.....i"i.' If lit Inn
., ; ii- If n M.u i li .1 and
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unknown -|..u-...-. '1 re
in." i li 'I and il .lea.t. then
unknowt f u e* If reaauFTled
all unknown h^ir*. dtetwee
Ki., sneae. Manors,
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nth. 11> i". latmniK >'. throu.-
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all other aeraon* havlna
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1"l ARE HKI'.KIIV M'
that mhi ti, forecloae Ac
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prop. -1) ha* beet filed again I >
in thl Shoe* i'..un I.i th.- I'i
Belt) I'.n.i*. Th.- pmiierty i"iu*7ti'
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L-l I Block I SilVTT MKi
MANOR, BBCTION I'NK. a.
,..r.liiiK t" lite Plal thereot.
recorded in I'lat I- > M i-'"
TI .f ih' I'ui.li. Keeorde w
liail. County, Florida
Yi'l ARE REVl'tRKD W rN
cop) nf your answer or "ther pi.a"
itiK -n PlalntlfT* Aitorney MAl/'"v
ll PHI RDM AN 13 s i: Pirul st--
Miami I- Elorlda, and file Ine orlarmi
,, ii-,. ,.in.. ... ih.- Clerk of the ti"'
Court, on -T l f..r.- Hi. ITth da
Novseabur, ISSf, m .l^fauli ot which
t>- ...inplHinl lull he laken a east-
I......I saalnjM >"U for Ihe r4lef r.
quested In PlarnUrTs .imphum '"'
fl- "till**
1'ATP.H this I" da) "t ">k'""
1567.
I D LEATHERMAN. Clerk
of ihe Circuit '..urt "f
l>:ide County. Klonda
Bl 9 iiirKi.iNU
Deputy Clerk j__
(COIRT HKA1.I -


Friday. October 13, 1967
-Jm-isli fkrSdian
Page KB
I" fOI.....Ii.|...| 11,
mplalni ill be on-
i rk
LEGAL NOTICE
CIRCUIT COURT, ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. OAOE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
No 67-15112
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
MOI.I.IH KECKEOT .
Plaintifl
H vl:i: i RKCKI.EY
I lefendatlt
HAHR1 hli'M.lv........||f|.
,.i i,, nrve a co| ) < your anawer in
i'i\.....r Complaint (lied again*! you
i,ii I'uuntiii's attorney, i;i-;i i|;< ;i:
SH IHH.AS. 612 N VV IL'tli Vvi MlHinl
n.i and fib? original unh Clerk of
iiu- Court on
-< ; ntherw l*e
1. -. .1 !> \ i>u
, fil s. pii mhfr 7 i967
K I! LKATHKR.MA.N I*li
B) K M I.YMAN
I N put) i'l. ik
t 28 1" i : ;n
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 65206-A
IN i:i: Batatc ..r
ROBERT II llUm.M.
I '. ., d
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION I
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
KoTICB i hereby given thin l;
have iiirii my Final Report and Peti-
tion ror B-lalrlbution and Final Im--
cbanr* an Executrix of the rotate of !
IH.IlKJtT II. BLOOM, dapad; and
tli.it on the .11 ilny of October. l!>iT.
iii iptH) to th Honorable County
Judge* of Dade County, for approval
of -aid Kiniil lli-port and for ill-
irlbutton and final dlacnarga aa
Executrix of tne estate .if tha above*
named decedent. Thi.~ kind da) rf!
.-. i.t.lulw r. |Ml
ANNA K IIIXXIM.
K\.. utrl\
SIMON. MAYS fSRI'NIiW ERO
By MfWKS J ORCNDWKP.i;
At lomey
1 ttaaley Building
Mill nil, Kk'rtda 33131
371-Mi
/2 10 (-11
n
DMEHU
BY HENRY LEONARD
I YOtv\
4, SERVICES
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 762-I9-A
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Po All I "It ilni.iv ami \i, |.. .... || lV
I"* I liU or 11. in.in,I.. AgaiiiHl Said
Vmrlh hi-r.'lo i,(,nf,,,| and required
to prt xcnl an) i.i.in- .,,,! ill in.ii,ii-
ivhuh you ma) ha\i again*! lh<
ii "i CARL I. IIKKNH A KPT ,|,
i ; f H id< County, ri..i da.
'" Hi- Count) Judgi of 11.,,l,
a Hi- ill. win..... .in
provided in Si-.-t Imi 7
Statute*, in id. ir in. -
I'ounly '..mill,,u-. ,,, |i.,,|,
Klorlda, within --\ i-nlendar
rrom Mi. inn. of ill.- f..-i pul
'.....' or tin- .mi. ... mi i.
Hated m Miami, Klorlda.
rtn v ..r s, pti inlii i \ 11 I'..,;
SAI I. T VON X AMI"!'
\k Executor
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
N.iTll'K IS HEREBY I'.IVKN thai
ii,. underetgned, dealiinfl lo .- i^-iir--
ii i*e under Ihe fleiltioua name
,\ Al.lM i|:k TOWERS HOTEL -ii
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. 'In to r.iMir nald ii.in- ith
ill. i'lerti of Ihe Clrcull Coon ol
I ..,.1. I iiuilt V P|o| 1.1.1
VV Al.lM IRK UK A I.TV. IV. ,
.i Ki-.i i.ia i 'orporatlon
lj SYLVIA MEI.amkh. Prenideiil
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mi,, ne) for
\\ VI.in IMF RK M.TV INC
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
M'IK'K IH IIKRKRY UIVKN that
ili.ili-rr-iKin-il. Ui-^iriiiK lo mi-.n:.
buidnaaa unoYr the fi.-iiu.iu-- namv
.; lmV8 CARPaTT 8KRVICK al 1215
n \s ItTta sir.-.i. Mi.,iih Florida In-
tend* to nurlatar aald name \*uh tha
Ck-rk of tin. i'iih-uh Court ol n.,.l.-
Counly, Florida.
Iminai.h HILOBNHR \M>
KKI.II'K RARNZ
SHKVIN. liiinliJIAX IIOI/TZMAN
AllnriMfa fi-r Appli. i.i~
in s>it.n n Ualumun
II MMtlOld IIUllllltlK
Miami Fnnda
..: 16 1.-13
IN TM CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVCMTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN
ANO FO OADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 67-15324
NOTICE OF SUIT
Mltil ANUKI. SA.NCI1KZ,
I'lalMBY,
IK
>\HaiKN JII.IA SAMIII.Z.
Hefandanl
T" CABMEN JIM.IA SANCHEZ
i:-T-tt I < hIV J.i. mi..
Ila/amon, Puerto Hi...
> m AUK IIKRBin N'i iTIFIKI) IhaJ
. i'.iiijaiiini for I'lv.r.. has been m,.i
aaalmd )i'ti in the above*atyled -iu-<
and >.m an herab) required lo nerve
.. .ipy ri mm annwer or plmdlnn
uih.ii th.- riiimiifi s atlornrya, HAH- i
i.is and KIRKIN, Uih Floor IJadi
K. .1. i..i iiuil.inn,-. 161 l".it Ft
> reel, JUi.um, Florida 11131, and fil.
mkii.,,1 anawet r pleudlng In the
of tin- iTerlt ..f th. i n, nil
.>n in- i fore ih. .. day ..i N
\- in i. .-i. I Ml If \..u fail lo do -. I>
i.iult mil l.......red .i .. iml i..u for
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN ANO FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 76420
IN UK KSTATK .f
[ANNA SARAH HAKKK'K
I .-.. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor- and All Pi raomt Hav
lug I'laini- or Demand* Ajjalnai 8ald
fc>tu .
Vou are hereb) notified and required
I., preaenl an) r-lalnM .....I damandH
whli'h >.ii rn.f have axalnai iht
of AN \ A SARAH HARIIK'K di
..-..I late .f Uad< County, Florida,
lo Ui. County Judkea of Had* County,
ami fil.- th.- nanta In ihelr offlct
i. County Coarthouae Ii Dadi County,
Florida, within ebjfht calendar monthn
I from ihe data ol the firit publlcal.....
f. ..r ih.- name ill be ban .1
HAML'KI. H I'KAIII.MAV and
ill.i lltl \ MARCH il.KS
i .. i:\.-. utora
Hi SAMI'KI. II PRARUM W
SAMIKI. II Pi: Mil.MAN
SlliNKT BODKIN
\l l. II Hi >s
4>t i.in,-i.in Road
.Mi.uin Beat h. Florida. I11M
., .-., -,, |
CIRCUIT COURT. ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. OADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 67-15550
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
JOHN RICHARD IIYKRri.
Plaintiff,
\ N
IjOVENIA NANt'V BYKIIS.
I ii-fi-ml.. I
Vou. I.'IVKMA NANCY RVBRH, I
.ir.- until i.-d to aarvf -a .'.!>> .f yi.ur
answer to Dlvoroa Cbmpialnl filed \
iiK.iim-t you on I'Liintifi .-. attorney, I
UKOHGS NICHOLAB, (12 V w I2ih
Av. Miami. Fla und fil. oriKinul
Hith Clara ..f this Court on ..r befon
\..\iml-, r IT. I'*..7. otherwlae romplalnl
Hill In oonfaaaad by you
DaK-il October I.. 1!>7
K i; i.i:aiiikk.ma.v Clerk
B) K M I.YMAN
Di puty i "I.Tk
Iv H-30-M I"
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKKHY fllVBN that
ihi underalaned, dealrlng to .
in huslii-- under Ihe flctitloun name
-.f IIAI.I. MARK I.H1HT1NO STI liln
al 3i.ii HlM-aym lilv.l Way Intends t..
reg name with Ihe Cli rl> of
'In Clrcull ii.urt of pade Count)
I.........
HAI.I.-MARK RI.HCTKICAL
.- \i.i:s i i ini'
H) m \':k .miski.
hi 'ii:i:t i: k M'I'.ma.v
Al lorm y for appUi an I
I 'ul',-in Hulldinn
<< : i..
CIRCUIT COURT. ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
No 67.14672
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
KCNICE M M.I..
Plalntifi
r*
H DMON II \l.l JII
I i.ml.mi
MH JCDBO.N MALI.. IH ,,r^
notified lo nervi ,i i-op) .-i your am-w-
..... lnv..r. .- Complalnl filed aitalnat
you ..ii Plolntlff'ii uttnrne) OKtiRlSK
NICIIOIU8, filj -V W l.tli Avi .
Miami. Kin. ami file original v^ih
Clerk of tin-. Court i.n ..i before
<> tot. r i'7, IMJ, otherwlae complaint
will confoaeed by you
Dated September JO. IM1
E It I RATIIERMAN, Clerk
lt> MAItaURRITK KENT
Iieputy I'lirk
" |6 .. i '
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
ft. w'iha JoANN in i: \vt
Cliiinnff.
va,
WILLIAM WOODROn HI'I! \.\T.
Defends nl
TO: WILLIAM \\ :'""..'. Zuia Lin.-
Mobile, Alabama
You, WILLIAM UiKi|i!i\v DPR-
ANT, .,r.- hereby notified thai i Hill
l f'omplalnl for Divorce h: been
filed ugalnMi \.-u. and jwm are re.
iuiii .1 tu-.r\. a cop) .,i j-nur tnawer
i or Pleadlnv to Ihe Hill of "..iiinlaiiii
on Ihe Plaintiff* mtorney, PAI'I.
KWITNBV, I:" I.in...In Road, Minml
Beach, Floi Ida and fill Ihe m Ifci ml
>'|- or Pit adlng In Ihe off..... of
'h. i':. rk the i i. on I'our I nn or
' hn ihi da) lom i. i'.. 7 rr
*"ii I ... iii.i-ni- nl b) tli nn
"ill I., laketi .iiri.'ii-; \..u fur the re-
' mandi d in Ihe Rill ..f Complaint
Tl .- -i..ii. Khali In publiahi .1 i
f..in- ..,-,-. ui,\, i,, .
I. THE JEWISH I' I i H1111 \s
i i\ i-: a 11 i ii.-i ier i'
Ida. Hiis iv day ..f s, pti i
AD
i: II IJCATHWTIMAN fieri
Circuit I'ourt, Daili f'ounti Kloi ida
l: LSN KEDK i
l>epul | i'l. h
PACI K WITNEY ..f
Sll.\ EltSTEIN, i<\\ IT.VEY A
i :i H i., -s
126 i In In Road
I... h. Floriiln
\ for Plaintiff
' 6-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NtlTICE is HEREBY fllVEN I it
' h< ihi u i -i ii. -ii ng i.....i
i.i del n fletil lout iiiinii
iiisTitiiirnui \ \i.i:\ .ii 7in
s M -Hi Slreel II n.....lend
Hid tut mi Ih the I 'lerk -.f
lit* 1'ii-iiii Court .f Dade Coui .,
Floridn
BERNARD) I \ I'Al.m HI,
Bole iu in r
: 29 1"
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
MAI.KA FRANK HROTKKY.
Plaintiff
SAM SIMON OROT8KT.
Defendunl
TO HAM SIMON OROTSKY
'. Weal ...Hi Street
New ^ ork, New York 101
You sam SIMON GROT8KY, are
hereby notified thai a Hill of <-nm-
plalm for Dlvon ban been fill .1
Bfralnal you, and you are required to
aervi .. cop] of your Anawer or Plead-
ing to Hi. BUI ,,f Complaint on the
plnintlff'H Attorney, VICTOR LEV INK,
i:-i|.'.;7 City National Hank Ituitiln.u.
I'l.it!, r sir,.-i. Miami, Florida
and file Ihe original Anawor
or Pli the ..f the i 'I. rk
. i ii -ini i 'our! ..ii or 1.. fore I .
27th IW7 if you fail
'.. dn Judgment by default will be
. giiitiMi you for ihe relief de-
i In tin i :!! of i 'omplainl
'I'll,- hall i.. publinhed .iii*e
for four i-omii i*ut ii < v ..--U-i
.ii THE JEW ISM I'll IRIDIAN
|M.\E \N n ORDERED al "
da, 'in- .':. .1 da) of Septembafi
i EATHERMAN, Clerk
ourt, l i.i.i' i '"tii ly. F
M \ I:: t 'ERITE KENT
lleput) i
lurl Si :.i i
i in 6-1
1 1 1 7 I-: ii in i ID
'1' r Ull .'
l
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 67-15116
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ETHEL RENE HIlillTiiW ER,
Plaintiff,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKEHY IHVEN
Ihi
I. i -ii-r. ,1. dealiing lo eming
n l.ii-in.-i- under ihe flctlDoun name
ol ROBIN CANDIES nl 604, N W .'7
Avenue, Miami lutendf i" i>.
in, a 11h ihe 'lerk >.f th. r< ull
Court nl i.......'mini \. Florida
m illiN i \\ii'i:s INC
a Florida I !orpoi atlon
.7 11 .
RollEHT l-KK IllfiHToW EH
Defi iidant
n ROBERT LEE HKIHTOV ER
r \ \. -,u.
Ail.nn.. tlw.rgia
You. ROBERT LEE HlftHTOWER,
lien Ii) in flid thut a Hill .-f Com
. in.nut t..r 1 llvorci Ini- I.....
lhal [againMl you .. i..u are r..|uir-.l ...
nn.lami
. ihi.- :
relief .1. in.....led In Ihi
I V'Kii al Miami, l .
. .iiketi r i'".7
I II I .1: ATHKHM \N
1 j. rk ul I i 'ii, ii. i 'ourt
Dade County Florida
ll> K M I.YMAN.
I iut\ ri. rk
lit C 'Ull S. ail
m i-ia ia-M
that
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIEHEBV UIVKN
'I., uaderaqrnad, ilealrlng I i engage In
1 ': under Ihe f.....Inua mtane of
rAlMIKT SAI.KS .ii --. s H
t. Miami, Florida Intend lo re
' aald bum with tin. Clerk of
the Circuit fiiuri ..f Dade Count)
I- lortda.
MlfHAKI. SK FREDERICK HI'IHI
I' ML. lw\.N|i\' AND HKII.KY
Jltoi neyi. f,n Tart.-i s.,i.
Hv STANLKY AKTIII I! 111711 l-TY
m 6-11-10-tt
CIRCUIT COURT. ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA
No 67-87J1 Nathan
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
EDA MAE HRBENE,
Plalntirf,
\ -
FRKDRUICK -H 'SEI'H
IREKNE,
I i. I. iHlanl
M;t KHKHKHHK JOrtKPH
i.ni:. ire notified in .i\. .. aoaj ..<
) "if amaoa* t.. IMvoree Complain!
filed .ik.iiii-i i..u .ii Plaintiff* at-
tnrnoy, tlEOHOE NlilH h.as. ui;
v v\ nth A>. Miami. Fla., and
rill .Minimi with Clerk of tliix 1'i.uit
mi in before Nov. mber :.. ivc?. otner-
"is.- complalnl will be ...ni.--.-d by
you
Dated Sent ember i:;.. IM1
E II I.EATHKRMAN. Clerk
B) R M LY.M VV
in-puty Clert
JS 10 6-13-20
l'ii II
Etl i
Florida
STATEMENT OF OWNERSHIP,
MANAGEMENT ANO CIRCULATION
I Act of October 21, 19*-. Section 4369,
Title 39.United State* Code)
Date i.f fiiint-. i i, i. I, ....
of publication, The Jowiati FlorBNan;
frequency of |v-u.- neekty; i...iinin ,.f
ktiuvin Office .f pul.li. .iih.ii. 126 N i:
th si. Miami, Florida MIM, I.- a
ii.-n nt th.- liritil'iUari. i> ..r general
bunlneM nffleea of the publlahem, 120
n i: i.m si Miami, Florida -i-ii-i-'
PUbllaner, Fred K sh... :.. i, 126 S E
'.ih si, Miami, Florida 13122; editor,
Prod K Bhnuhet, l.'o n k i;iii HI
Miami, l-'i.iriii.. 33132; managing edi-
tor, I'mI K Sho. I;. [, 126 S L 6th SI .
Miami. Fkirlina 13132
iw in i i-'i. .1 k Sbochet,
Mi.inn Florida 13101
Sh... Ii.t. I' i i It _"'7I. Mi.urn.
33101 i A Partnemhlp)
Kin.nn bondholdera, mnrtgajroi
other -.-.uniy hotdera owning ..r hold-
ing i porconl or more of total amount
of l.ii.l- mortgagea or other secur-
II ,. N'.-n.
V\,i.i-:, Nn coplen Mich laaue dur-
ing |.r.. ding I _' ni..nili-
Total v. .-in. ; prinii .I i in i i"
runi 17. loo
Single laaue neareal to filing date n.....
Paid i In ui,11 i
BaleM ihroajtn dealer* and carrier*
-ir.-it vendor* and ...uiit.i sale* I5ti
sinirii- laaue n* area! t.> filing dat
M.ui Sub*, i iption* 11.7".
smcii- i-^ui- neareal t" filing date I4.TM
Total Paid i 'ii ntatl
Singh in- ,i. | to filing date I
i -. Dlatrlbutlon ilncludlng nampleai
b) in.nl. an ii r ..r ,,rii. r m< an* l. i"
Single i-kui neareal ti filini: date 2.74H
Total I iisit ihutii'ii iiv'"7".
4|ng1i i-su. aaaroal t" BUng gala I7.H73
Office u*-!-. left-over, gnaocounted,
-i...il.-.l after tirlnilna' 1-'.
Single i-.ui. neareal to filing date '-.
Total 17.100
Single ls.-ue nearest to fillnir date IS,......
I 04 rtlfy that thi- atatament* iii.nl--
by bm above ir. rorrool and compk u
FRED K BHOCHJST, I'ublli-her
.. iiip) ..| your A newer or Pliail
i i-- t" tin- Rill i.f Complalnl on the
iiitorne) \ I \si ,i;i: n
FERDIE 113 s\v I...I.II... ||
.'. ml itlilcK, hlorldu 33131 und fill ihi
I.....I :|.....
I ihi i". i k ..i ihe i 'Ircuil
in befon i -i da) ol
:" 7 II \..u i.ni i ,
iu.iuiii. ui .....i.uih will be lakt ii
ii tin i. lief demanded
nn.I.nut
. u il I., published mi. .
each wi .i in \v. k-
iii Tin: i!;\\ ish fi oriiian
]ini: vN|i ORDERED nt M urn
I'm.in!.- Ihi- L'T il.iy of S, pi ,\|)
I* 7
E II I.I-: VTHERMAN, i "Ii rk,
Circuit Court. Dad. (."ountj Fkirlda
B) i. s 11. I'll-:t a i
i nut) tii i r
uil Court Seal)
1 til.VRLKE H FKRI1IK,
I Suite 202. 2315 s\v lAleune I:.I.
il i! i.i. i'l... I., 31134
Attorney for Plaint iff
.. 23 |fl i.
i IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
NO. 76397-B
IN RE ESTATE of
MINNIE STAFINSKY
in- .....I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
:' vi! i -i. dl'or* .in.I All pi rwmn Hav
lug Claim* or li.in.uni- Again*! Baid
i .
v .a .,i. hereb) notified and required
i.. in. iii an) i lalroa and !. m
which '.-ii ma) have again*! ilt.- et
i......i MINNIE STAFINBKV dect .
.i I.n. nl |i:..l. County, Florida i" Ihe
i'.'Uihi Judgei ol Hade Counly, and
-.nn.- in iluplk all .mil .i- in.,
i Id. .In
uti i. Count) i i:\ii.n'li attorney for Plaintiff*,
Courthou Count), Fbnidu, ahoei addrm v\ Ftairler
'ii.'i'i- '--ii ihi Sir..*. Miami. Florida 33133, und flic
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 75665- B
In Hi: Entail i
i-'l.i HtKN'i'i: i; RORDNERa k a Flor-
ence Pence Rordner, a k/a Floii-nce
Pi ii. ... 11. i-. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Pornons
Hav "i-- Claim" or DomandM
tigain*) Said Bal
v iiu are heri bj noi fled and quln -i
in preaenl any clalniM und dematid*
aIu.1i you in-iv huve ugolnal Ihe --
lati "f PIjoHENCE il BORDNBH,
.i.'k .i Fkireii. i Pi i* Rordni r. k a
i'l, Pen. Ui ii ..-. .1 late of Dade
i ..ii ity, i'l.ii ... '..uiiiv Ju.ln. -
..1 i".,.'. i'..n :^. an.I flli th. name In
and -i- ir.iv "I- 'I In s... i km
in I... Florida Statutes, In ihelr of-
fice* ,ii the Count) tViurthouai in Dude
f*ounty, Florida, aithin *-i\ calendar
I month* 'fin th- '.ti.. "i ih.- tir-i pub-
ii. ii ion I.....i. "i ihe name ill be
barn .1
Dnii .1 ol Miami, K orlda, ihi* Ith
da) "i Si ptembt r. v l > IM7
p vi i..i in iRDNER,
4 Vilinmi-l ra r.-r
l-'ir.-i publli ..' i......i Ihi* '."' '
Ihi 22 id da) nl Sepli ml., r, ISK7
M vi' HEIt.MELL
\ ii vdmlniati -!
II S VV I'M .1 V v llUC
' Mi..nn. F or da
IM .1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN ANO FOR DAUE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No. 67-15397
NOTICE OF SUIT
I'V'i'S'. I! Itl SSKI.I.ii .mil SCSAN
Kl SKELU ',
I B
PATRICI V i:i.AINi: iV\ BR 1
in 111.11 11. .I.i Ii. 1 Ini- 1 I
Ii. 1. i.ini-
|i> PATRICI V El MNi; |M\v ER
and her huaband ill married)
262ii M W II I'!, s-i. 1
11, Florida
Mil vin: iii.i;i:hv KOTIFIBD
..iii.ii to f.H.. !..>. ., mortage
on ih.- folkiwlng proper!) in Dudi
I "iini>. Florida
l^.t 19 ami the Eaal one half
of Ii.t l'ii. in Block 78, "f
i;n|.P PARK, si:, in in TWO,
ordlna tu ihe I'lai thereof,
..- recordod in i'l-1' Book 13,
at Page 4. of Hi. Public it.-
. ordd 1 Lull 'ountj. Floi Ida
v i.si 1 KNi i\v N vs
I'M. Eaal on., iiaif of Trai 1
1:'. m Hi... I, 7'-. of OOLF
PARK, si.i'iiii.N TWO, RE-
v islii.....oidlng lo 11..- i'i.ii
t Ini f. a- r. ...I.I..I 111 1'lat
llool 1 page ::;. ..f ihe Pub
Record* ..f ii.nl.- Coui
Florida
ha* 1......Hi .1 ugalnal s ou nnd ... 1
II 'lull .1 1. v. .1 .....1 of your writ-
ten dofi ii*. .i.i 11 ,ni 1:1 hen i-:
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 76155-C
in hi: 1:-'.-, 1. ,,1
anna v JORDAN
n. know 11 .1-
v \ N v VI n IRDA n or
vnn v I' IRDAN,
Di
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credlloi and All Pi 1 -mi- I1
... in- ..1 11. man.!.- Again*! Baid
1 lati
You ..r. hereb) notified ami rooutr*
.-.I to preaenl any claim* and mandg
which v "u nut) have agalnal th. --
late of ANNA A JORDAN, -.m.-
lime* known aa ANNA M JORDAN or
anna JORDAN, deceaaed lati of
Dude County, Florida, t" Ihi County
-in. Daile County, nnd file the
.1111, in .liiiiii ., prov idi m
Section 733.16, Florida Statute*, in
Ihelr office* m il.- Count) 1'i.u'iiM'ii-.-
In Dade County, Fkirlda, within fix
ndur month* from Ihe time of
ihe first publication hereof, 01
ic a ill be ban .l
1 ed al Miami, Florida, ihi* 21*1
.lay of S. in. ml., r, V I 1 1967
I1LADYS V BCCK NER
\ Villilltll-l!
1 pulilli'nlt"ii of ihis ik.11. -
1 .1. i of s. in. mi., r, l7
vi vi-:i;s K v i'l VN ,v l'i IRTER
\ 11 ni % f.-i Admin itl
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No 76319-B
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bear very bitter fru."


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