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The Jewish Floridian
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"cJewish FloridSan
Volume 41 Number 35
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Miami, Florida, Friday, August 30, 1968
Two Sections Price 20c
Third Year Of
Emergency Fund
Will Be Needed
JERUSALEM (JTA) Aryeh L.
Pincus, chairman of the Jewish
Agency executive, disclosed here
This week that he will confer with
American Jewish leaders next
week on extending the Israel
Emergency Fund campaign for
another year, its third, since it was
established in 1967 in the after-
math of the Six-Day War. He said
that the campaign may get a dif-
ferent name but its purpose will
still be to relieve Israel of the fi-
nancial burdens of immigrant ab-
sorption while the country is being
forced to spend over 20 percent of
its gross national product for de-
fense purposes.
Speaking at a press conference,
Mr. Pincus said the division of
functions between the Jewish Agen-
cy and the Israel government's
new Absorption Ministry had not
yet been finalized because it has
to be coordinated with fund-raising
agencies abroad.
The initial absorption functions
will remain within the province of
the Jewish Agency which, he said,
would continue to be responsible
for absorption centers and hostels
where new immigrants go upon ar-
rival and for the ulpanim where
immigrants are given intensive
Hebrew language courses. The
Jewish Agency will also provide
Eban Plans
Paris Visit
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israeli
Foreign Minister Abba Eban will
visit Paris shortly for talks with
French Cabinet members, a For-
eign Ministry spokesman said this
week. This will be the first visit
by an Israeli Cabinet member to
France since just before the 1967
June war when Mr. Eban reported-
ly sought to enlist France's back-
ing for a possible Israeli strike to
reopen the Straits of Tiran which
Egypt had blocked in May.
Relations between France and
Israel, which had been close in pre-
ceding years, deteriorated almost
overnight when the 1967 war
erupted and President Charles de
Gaulle announced that France was
suspending delivery of the Mirage
jet planes Israel had contracted
for The issue of the planes, which
have been paid for, but remain un-
delivered, is expected to be one of
the main items in the Paris talks,
sources said.
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immigrants with those needs not
granted to them by the State under
existing laws.
Mr. Pincus said the Agency will
continue to aid immigrants who do
Continued on Page 10-A
ASSISTANCE IS REQUESTED
Aid Program
Launched For
Czech Jews
ARYEH PIHCUS
TO SUCCEED ABRAM
Arthur J. Goldberg
Named AJC Head
NEW YORK Arthur J Gold-
berg, former Secretary of Labor.
Supreme Court Justice, and U.S.
Ambassador to the United Nations.
this week became the 14th presi-
dent of the American Jewish Com
mittee.
Mr. Goldberg was elected at a
special meeting of the JVjency's
Board of Governors, held at its na-
tional headquarters here. He suc-
ceeds Morris B. Abram, president
since 1964, who is about to take
office as president of Brandeis Uni-
versity. Mr. Abram was elected an
honorary president.
Both Mr. Abram and Mr. Gold
berg spoke at the meeting, which
was chaired by Philip E. Hoffman,
chairman of the Board of Gov-
ernors,
Previous presidents of the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee were: May-
er Sulzberger. Louis Marshal, Cy-
rus Adler, Sol M. Stroock, Maurice
Wertheim. Joseph M. Proskauer.
Jacob Blaustein. Irving M. Engcl,
Herbert B. Ehrmann. Frederick F.
Greenman. Louis Caplan. A. M.
Sonnabend and Mr. Abram.
Now an attorney in New York
and partner in the firm of Paul,
Weiss, Goldberg. Rifkind. Wharton
Continued on Page 8-A
NEW YORK (JTA) The Joint
Distribution Committee reported
that 42 Czech Jews applied for as-
sistance this week to JDC offices
and associated agencies in Austria
and West Germany, in the wake of
the Soviet invasion of Czechoslo-
vakia. Samuel L Haber, JDC ex-
ecutive vice chairman, also re-
ported that the applicants were
among the thousands of Czech tour-
ists who found themselves outside
their country when the Soviet take-
over occurred.
He said many were apparently
awaiting further developments be
fore deciding to ask for welfare,
migration and medical assistance
and declared it was probable that
as tourists, the Czechs had enough
money to carry on for at least a
limited period before needing fi-
nancial help. All JDC offices and
cooperating groups throughout Eu-
rope, he added, had been in-
structed to provide emergency and
other help to any Czech Jew who
applies, just as thousand* of Hun-

Israel Denounces Soviet
Violation of Czech Soil
JERUSALEM (JTA) The gov-
ernment of Israel, speaking for
Israel's citizens, this week de-
nounced the Soviet bloc invasion
and takeover of Czechoslovakia,
expressing shock at the action
which it called "an outrageous
violation of the charter of the
United Nations The sanctified
principles of political independence
and territorial integrity, peaceful
coexistence, non-intervention in
the internal affairs of states, the
right of every statesmall or large
to security and freedomthe
principles on which relations be
tween states are based have been
arbitrarily trampled upon."
Noting that "Israel has more
than once confronted aggression
and threats to her independence
and the government voices its re-
pugnance at this act of invasion
which threatens the fabric of the
family of nations," the statement
also declared, "the participation of
German troops in the invasion and
occupationthis time as part of the
forces of the Warsaw Pactarouses
in us particularly terrible memo-
ries The government of Israel joins
with all peace-loving and freedom-
loving nations of the world in the
demand to put an end to the in-
vasion and to restore the indepen-
dence and sovereignty of the Re-
public of Czechoslovakia."
The Israeli press and most po-
litical parties condemned the in-
vasion. Prime Minister Eshkol's
Israel Labor Party expressed
horror and shock'' and compared
the Soviet takeover with the Nazi
Continued on Page 7-A
garian Jews received such assist-
ance'' after the 1956 revolt.
The JDC has had no program
in Czechoslovakia since 1948,
when it was asked to end its
program shortly after the Com-
munist takeover. It is estimated
that there art about 15,000 Jews
in Czechoslovakia.
HIAS. the Hebrew Immigration
Aid Society, announced that it was
ready to assist all Czech Jews able
to leave Czechoslovakia or who
were outside its borders when So-
viet bloc armed forces moved in.
Carlos L, Israels. HIAS presi-
dent, said the agency would help
Czech Jews who want to resettle
in the United States or other west-
ern countries. He added that the
Czech crisis poses a new and un-
foreseen challenge t<> our agency
and we are prepared for it "
Gaynor I. Jacobson. HIAS exec-
utive vice president, reported re-
ceiving many calls from anxious
relatives of Czech Jews
Foreign Ministry sources in Je-
rusalem said that Israeli citizens in
Czechoslovakia have been free to
leave since the Soviet occupation
and that manv have done so with-
out difficulty.
Israel's interests in Czechoslo
vakia, with which i; has had no
diplomatic ties Since the June 1967
war, are handled by Sweden. Czech
nationals stranded in IsraelJews
and non-Jewswere welcome to
remain during the crisis, even if
their visas have expired, the Min-
istry said, but added that no appli-
cations had yet been received for
visa extensions. Israel's position
on the Soviet takeover was on con-
trast with Egyptian. Syrian and
Iraqi support of the invasion.
A scheduled meeting of stranded
Czechs at Kfar Massyryk, near
Haifa, was transformed into a
mass demonstration of Israeli soli-
darity with the Czech cause when
500 Israelis joined the 60 Czechs
at the gathering. The Czechs set
up a bureau at Kibbutz Shomrat in
western Galilee which was devel-
oped by settlers from Czechoslo-
vakia, to facilitate aid to the new
i efugees.
TERRORISTS ARE WARNED
Israelis Attack El Fatah Bases-With Leaflets
TEL AVIV (JTA) Israeli air-
craft dropped leaflets over Jor-
danian territory this week warning
terrorists to drop their arms and
urging the civilian population to
refuse to cooperate with guerrilla
bands and thus avoid exposing it-
self to retaliation by Israeli forces.
The leaflets were first reported
by Amman radio, which announced
that Jordan's United Nations rep-
re e it.'t ve had been instructed to
lodge a complaint with the Secur-
ity Council against 1-racl's viola-
tion ol ,1'iida.iian air space. The
i leaflet flights have since been con-
firmed by Israeli authorities.
The leaflets which dropped in a
: paper shower over Amman and
other Jordanian towns noted point-
, edly that they could iust as easily
I have been bombs. Those addressed
to terrorists training on Jordanian
soil warned that Israeli forces have
killed 400 guerrillas since the end
of the Six-Dav War, and said the
terrorists were being used as pawn*
by the Arab government. They
were told that if thev wanted to
stay alive they must discard their
arms and extend their hands in
peace
Jordanian civilians were told in
the leaflets that saboteurs had tak-
en refuge in their midst because
the people of the West Bank had .
refused to cooperate with them.
In Israel, four Israeli soldiers
and four civilians were wounded
in an artillery duel between Israeli
and Jordanian forces in the Beisan
area. The lighting climaxed the
third successive day of sharp duels
between Israelis and Jordanians
across the cease lire demarcation
line. Both sides used machine
guns, mortars, tanks and field ar-
tillery.
A military spokesman said that
Jordanian positions had taken a
heavy blow from Israeli artillery.
and that Jordanian lire had dam
| aged the electric system of Ashdot
, Yaacov as well as a number of
; buildings. Observers saw smoke
, risng from Jordanian positions.
The settlers were forced to remain
Continued on Page 15-A


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Pallot To Head BB
Unit At Convention
F.vp Bnai B'rilh leaders from
the Miami area will participate in
ttM Jewish service organization's
triennial convention opening here
Sept. 7.
E. Albert Pallot of Miami. Paul
Seiderman and Burnett Roth of
Miami Beach. Jacx Kirschbaum of
North Miami and Herman J No-
delman of Ba> Harbor Islands will
be among the more than 1.500 del-
egates, alternates and guest> rep-
resenting Bnai B'rith affiliates on
five continents.
Mr. Pallot i> an international
vuc president ot Bnai Brith and
honorary vice chairman of the or-
ganization's national Commission
on Community and Veterans Serv-
ice Mr. Xudelman i> a member
of the commission and also is a
member of the board of governors
of B*nai B'rith's Southeastern dis-
trict Mr. Seiderman and Mr Roth
are both members of the national
commission of the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith. while Mr
Kirsch'oaum i- a former member
of the Bnai B'rith district board.
year at the nation's oldest service
organization, the convention will
probe more than a score of critical
itauaa affecting Jewish community
life here and abroad.
Israel's Deputy Prime Minuter.
Yigal Allon. will appear before the
convention He and former Ambas- '
sador Philip M. Klutznick of Chi-
cago, who served at the United '
Nations under Adlai Stevenson
and is a past president of B'nai!
B'rith. will address a session on .
relationships between the Jewish I
world and Israel.
Discussions on the urban crisie,
Jewish-Neqro relations and tha |
problems of white merchants in tha
tack ghatto will include addresses
by Howard J. Samuels, head of '
the Small Business Administra- j
tion, and several leaders of Negro
movements.
Convention sessions on teen-age ',
youth, the campus rebellions. Jew- I
ish education and Jewish family
life, reflecting B'nai B'rith's spe- '
cializcd intere>t in these areas and
ita $6 million-a-year sponsorship of
major youth programs, will also
be featured.
B'nai B'rith policy actions on
the plight of Jews in Poland and
the Soviet Union, the Middle East
controversy and other political
and cultural 'trouble spots"' affect-
ing Jewish communities abroad
will also come under review.
The convention will open with an
address by Dr. William A Wcxler
of Savannah. Ga.. who i- complet-
ing his first three-year term a>
B'nai B'rith president.
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tion.
NEW YORKThe first national
Younji Leadership Conference to
be sponsored jointly by the United
Jewish Appeal and the Council of
Jewish Federatlonr and Welfare
Funds will be held here Sept. 13
and 14 at the New York Hilton
Motel.
Plans for the landmark confer-
ence were announced this week by
Herbert .1. (iaron of New Orleans,
chairman of the UJA Younfj Lead-
ership Cabinet, and by Henry J
Goodman of Cleveland, chairman
of the Councils National Commit-
tee on Leadership Development
States; Edward Ginsberg of Cleve-
land and Herbert A. Friedman of
New York, general chairman and
executive vice chairman, respec-
tively, of the UJA; Louis J Fox of
Baltimore and Philip Bernstein of
New York, president and executive
vice president, respectively, of the
CJFWF; and Rehaveam Amir. Is-
rael's Consul General in New York.
The conference will examine
what Jewish communal agencies
are doing and can do to give lead
ership in dealing with the critical
problems of ghettos in America's
major cities. Special attention will
be given to the 300.000 unabsorbed
Jewish immigrants in Israel whose
social welfare, health, educational
The two-day session will bring
together 400 men and women be-
tween the ages ol 25 and 40 who
have risen to leadership in further- d econon,lc Problems have been
in:; Jewish philanthropic, religious.
welfare and educational programs
in their home communities Tho-c Also to be considered are the
I tt ending conic from some 50 cities Jewish communities of France and
met lor the most par! by the Jews
o! the tree world.
vice chairman of the United Israel
Appeal, and Samuel L. Haber of
New York, executive vice chair
man of the Joint Distribution Com-
mittee; Max Lerner. author, jour-
nalist and educator; Isaac Toubin,
executive vice president of the
American Association for Jewish
Education: I. L. Kenen. executive
director of the American Israel
Public Aflairs Committee: Arnold
Aronson, director of programming,
planning and evaluation of the Na-
tional Community Relations Ad-
visory Council; Charles Miller, as-
sociate director of the Greater
Philadelphia Federation of Jewish
Agencies; Rabbi Jay B. Goldburg
of Temple B'nai Jeshurun, Des
Moines; Gordon Zaik-. associate
chairman. UJA Young Leadership
Cabinet, and I.....nard R Strelitz,
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ban crisis in America and the
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Letters Protest
BBC Plans On
Hebrew Service
I <>\ IN (JTAl Letters of pro
[test havt poured in from all over
the we'.d in connection with the
iimpeni suspension of the British
Broad< sting Corporation's He-
brew S : vice, a daily half-hour
short \ e broadcast I hat appar-
ently hi a considerable audience
Krw Bienenstock, head of the
BBC ice told the Jewish Tele
graphic \gencj this week that
many tiers came from Eastern
Europeai Communist countries
and even from the Soviet Union
There were also many letters from
Israel, I .-aid.
Listeners in the communist bloc-
were apparently cautious in their
correspi ndence.
Mr. Bienenstock cited a letter
^ datelined Budapest, written in
' veiA good modern, colloquial He-
brew" H-hich was signed with the
psiiedi,; m. "P. Almoni The
void : ans "somebody" in He-
brew.
One respondent from Israel
w rote he had acquired mosl
of his knowledge about England
from : BBC Hebrew Service
Anothej wrote that the broadcasts
had h d him trace a Jewish boy
pi king for in Tunisia.
Som< ritors attributed the end
ii M tin service to anti-Israel ele-
ments in the British Foreign Office.
i>ne ;he reasons given for the
fsuspensi n was the relatively limit-
ed audit rice compared to the BBC's
World Service broadcasts in Eng-
lish; bul a listener pointed out that
the Hel t-w Service was on the air
only 30 minutes while the English
program was broadcast all day.
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6 ELUL
Volume 41 Number 35
Security Council Vote
Condemns The Victim
In the short space of one week,
the United Nations Security Council
in two crucial votes has brouqht to
shocking reality the oft-expressed
fears of many that the world body
would be unable to function effec-
tively in its time of greatest crisis.
In a" clearly one-sided decision
on the Arab-Israel conflict, the Coun-
cil condemned Israel for dealing
with a situation that offered no alter-
native but to carry out an air strike
against terrorist bases in Jordan. The
U.N.'s other failure was its abortive
effort to deal with the Czech crisis.
This was not the first time that
the Security Council had gone on
record condemning Israel for de-
fending its very existence. But. at
least on prior occasions, the de-
cisions took note of the terrorist ac-
tivities that precipitated the reprisals.
In voting for the condemnation of
the victim of terrorism for an act of
self-defense, the Council members
sought to render a verdict that would
satisfy the guilty and in so doing
any chances of discouraging the acts
of terror were lost.
One of the basic principles of international
law and morality has been the right of nations
to act in their own defense against aggression.
This has always been a fundamental prin-
ciple of the United Nations Charter.
By its decision condemning Israel, how-
ever, the Council has once again dealt a blow
to the Charter.
The extent of the hypocrisy looms even
greater with the realization that not one of the
governments who voted for the resolution con-
demning Israel would act in a different manner
if confronted bv aqgression of the type that the
terror campaign against Israel represents.
*
A Travesty Of Justice
With this latest travesty of justice on the
part of the United Nations Israel would have
ample reason to completely despair of ever
securing a fair hearing before the world body.
The failure of the Security Council was that
it did not consider itself duty bound to ex-
plicitly condemn those responsible for terrorist
penetrations into Israel to lay mines and com-
mit sabotage and murder.
Such acts of terror and the suDport of the
terrorists by the Jordanian authorities constitute
not only a flagrant violation of the Arab-Israel
cease-fire, but are also a continuation of aggres-
sion aaainst Israel.
Despite the disillusionment and frustration
that the latest decision of the Council must
mean to the Jewish State, it is to Israel's credit
that Prime Minister Levi Eshkol announced that
his country would continue to fully observe the
cease-fire agreements on the basis of reci-
procity.
At the same time, those concerned with
peace in the Middle East must realize that no
resolution could induce Israel to lay its roads
open to mining and its citizens to murder.
If terrorism continues, Israel has no choice
but to act in its own behalf.
* *
Contempt For UK. Charter
The full tragedy of the United Nations' in-
ability to cop* with injustice became apparent
barelv a week after the Council's condemna-
tion of Tsrael when a resolution callina on the
Soviet Union %n ha't '? a^arossion :n C'-"-^'*-
slovakia was the victim of the familiar USSR
veto.
Tn this r""e, t*"e F'";'""> '"are rt 1*~ot rvt
in the position of moral condemnation before
world opinion. Whether the force oi world
opinion has any effect on Moscow, however,
is open to serious guestion.
The Soviet takeover of Czechoslovakia is
fully in line with Moscow's evident contempt
for and readiness to violate the United Nations
Charter whether such policies call for support
of Arab aggression or for a military invasion
of a neighboring state.
* *
Tragedy For Czech Jews
Among the first victims of the Russian take-
over of Czechoslovakia, of course, will be the
nation's Jewish community whose new-found
liberties are almost certain to disappear as
freedom is snuffed out and replaced by neo-
Stalinist repressions.
It is now doubtful, indeed, whether die
1,000th anniversary of the Czech Jewish com-
munity, which was to have been celebrated
next year, will be held at all.
The miiler.ium celebration had originally
been scheduled for last year but was cance'ed
after Prague broke diplomatic relc:ions v..
Israel following the Six-Day War
Also likely to fall by the wayside will be
the 700th anniversary of the Old-New Syna-
cogue in Prague which had been approved by
the government for July 9-11, 1969.
The prospects are dim. indeed that Jewish
education will be allowed to continue or that.
Czech bovs and airls will be allowed to spend :
their holidays in Israel as they do now.
*
Jewish Leaders In Danger
Especially precarious will be the position of
prominent Jews connected with the Czech lib-
eralization movement under Communist Party
First Secretary Alexander Dubcek.
Most prominent among these is Prof. Eduard
Goldstuecker, president of the Union of Czech
Writers, who was that nation's first minister to
Israel in 1948 and was a defendant in the no-
torious Slansky trial, serving 16 months of a
five-year sentence.
Another prominent Jewish figure in the
Czech government followina fie ouster of
former President Antonin Novotny is the econ-
omist. Dr. Ota Sik, who was vice premier.
Reaardless of the course of future develop-
ments in connection with the Russian invasion
cf the Czech homeland, a stunned world was
o'esented with the orim reminder of the in-
famous deeds of Adolf Hitler three decades
ago.
It underscore* the tragic fact that the lessons
of history are all too easily forgotten.
Recall To Reality
WASHINGTON Freedom has
died in Czechoslovakia not
drowned in brave and youthful
blood as it was in Hungary, hut
brutally strangled with cold, in-
human power and calculation,
only a few weeks after the
wretched Czech began rejoicing
over their new birth of freedom.
The best evidence now is that
this shocking deed began to be
planned from the moment the
members of the Soviet Presidium
discovered, at the Cierna meet-
ing, that they could not break the
will and unity of their Czech col-
leagues. If that is true, the sooth-
ing Cierna communique was mere
dust thrown in the eyes of the
Czechs and the rest of the world,
to give the Soviet leaders time to
decide on their next move
Invasion Planned
Certainly, the Soviet armies
never ceased to be concentrated
along the Czech frontiers, but
were instead augmented and also
went through exercises obviously
preparatory to invasion. Perhaps
the men in the Kremlin hoped,
for a while, that Dubcek and the
others would draw the correct in
ferer.ee and would move preven-
tively to destioy their country's
new won freedom with their own
hands.
At any rate, the thing has hap-
pened. A civilized and ancient
countiy. in the very center of
Europe, *s now to be held down
by a foreign occupying army and
to be ruied by open hirelings of
its foreign masters
Shades Of Hitler
What, one wonders, will be the
I if t!io e men of the lelt
ndignatioti axes jo hot
:- .. (i estion of w
v icrican "lmperialUm?"
. ice w '.1 these people
' reen the occupati >n
ikfa '.: .". ill Hitlei
i eapati n oi (techoslo-
I ,>y L?-;:i\<\ Bit'.:.' ". I
his jollj crew'.
one tan already hear th'
rielud'nz. explanation- that the
Soviets have made a great mis-
use isuca a splendid silv. r lin-
ing for the Czecns!) because of
the effect on worid opinion" of
this piece of calculated ruthless-
ness. The same damn fools said
the ,-ame things about Hungary.
But by their own grim stand-
ards, the Soviets have made no
mistake at all. They do not parrot
twaddle about the "discredited
domino theory" (which always
makes one wonder just who dis-
credited it-. They knew that soon-
er or later the dominoes would
begin tumbling in Eastern Eu-
rope if freedom was permitted to
be reborn there. And they there-
fore moved against the Czechs as
they had moved against the Hun
garians.
circles in this country. The left-
wing academics and intellectual-
have more and more wallowed in
self-deception throughout the last
seven years: and by their wa
lowing- they have managed to de-
ceive millions of other rather
more sensible people
Seven years is the time-fram
because that is the period tha-
has elapsed s.nce the Cuban mi-
sile crisis. President John F. Kit
nedy did not refer scornfullv I
the "discredited domino theorv
He believed in it. as he or.ee pub-
licly testified; and for that ver.
reason he risked a thermonuclear
confrontation to get the So\ let
mi-siles out of Cuba.
Widespread Illusion
This great achievement led d:
rectly to *he liquidation of
second Berlin crisisthat dominj
theory at work again! And the---
events produced what can only
be called a widespread Dr. Pan
gloss illusion. All was now sup-
posed to be "for the best in this
best of all possible worlds." as
the good doctor kept telling poor
Candide.
More specifically, the remorse-
less fangs of history were sup-
posed to have been drawn. The
cold war was supposed to be over
The Soviet Union was supposed
to be rapidly evolving into the
kind of peaceable, unmiiitary,
genially free society in which the
left-wing academics and their
chums, the liberal editorial writ
ers. could give their egos runs in
the yard with perfect impunity.
American Resolve
Well, who can believe this now !
Brezhnev ha* demonstrate once
again what everyone should have
known al! alongthat the Sovii
never hesitate to use m:h'
forci : they think they can d
with impunity: th.it they care I
a snap of their fingers for "in!
national morality"' or "v
opinion"; and that they will
anything they believe it is S
to t!o to serve their own har.i .
terests
Who can doubt, then, that the;.
may one day support Arab gen
cide in Israel, which will jive
them the riches of the .Middle
East, if they begin to suspect that
no one will interfere? And what
can more rapidly nourish such
Soviet suspicions than the kin i oi
collapse of American resolve
that Sens. Eugene McCarthy. Ted
Kennedy and others are now seek
ing to promote?
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Self-Deception
Such are the cruel realities.
The prime question is whether
the smallest notice will be taken
of these cruel realities in the left-
wing academic and intellectual
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Gen. Yitzhak Robin (left). Israel's Ambassador to the United
States and James M. Albert, chairman of the Greater Miami
Israel Bond Organization, discuss plans for the forthcoming
Fall Israel Bond Drive at a luncheon meeting. More than
500 community leaders took part in the meeting this week,
held under the auspices of Capital for Israel and the Israel
Bond Organization.
Rabin Sees Peace
If Israel Is Strong
the history of Israel's statehood.
"No one can say definitely tr.at
there will be a fourth round of
fighting in the Middle East, but
the stronger Israel is militarily,
the less the probability will be."
Gen. Yitzhak Rabin. Israel's Am-
bassador to the United States, told
an audience of more than 500 Is-
rael Bond leaders at a luncheon
meeting this week at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel.
Gen. Rabin spoke in answer to
questions submitted by members
of the audience at a conference
held under the auspices of Capital
for Israel and the Israel Bond Or-
ganization of Greater Miami.
Plans were discussed for the
coming Fall Israel Bond Drive, ex-
pected to be the most Intensive in
Israel Allows Blind
Jordanians To Enter
Jerusalem For Aid
JERUSALEM, (JTA) The
Ministry of Interior announced this
week that it had authorized the ad-
mission of 20 blind young men and
women from Jordan on humani-
tarian grounds so that they can
be assisted by philanthropic insti-
tutions in East Jerusalem.
The Ministry noted that the
youngsters had no family in Jeru-
salem and therefore did not qualify
under the family reunion program.
They will be admitted to the Jeru-
salem School for the Blind and the
Mary Lovett Home for Blind Girls.
A one million pound ($350,000)
Joan has been set up by the Jeru-
salem municipality and the Minis-
try of Housing to assist East Jeru-
salem Arabs to build new housing,
it was announced. Loans of up to I
10,000 pounds ($3,500) will be
granted to Arab contractors and
landlords.
Ambassador Rabin declared. "Is-
rael's basic guideline is that it is
better to be prepared to prevent a
fourth roundand, if not, then at
least to win it."
| Reports were presented by Aaron
Kahan, executive director of the
Israel Bond Organization; James
M. Albert, chairman; Dr. Leon
Kronish, honorary chairman, and
Dr. Irving Lehnnan, chairman of
the executive board. Other pro-
gram participants included Sidney
D. An-in. and Rabbi Berel Wein.
Ambassador Rabin, who headed
Israel's Defense Forces prior to
assuming his post in Washington
earlier this year, was accompanied
by Zev Boneh. Consul of Israel for
the southeast region of the United
States.
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i Catholic studies.
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that for the two faiths to meet "it
! is necessary to exclude attempts
at proselyiism in any form what-
soever." Father Mejia declared,
'Catholic;sm and Judaism, to have
dialogue, must begin by mutually
accepting each other as religions "
The sessions were pres:drd ever
by Rev. Marlre Maria Caridad of
Costa Rica and Stanley Fidanoue.
director of the department of hu-
man rights of B'nai B'rith in Pan
ania
Rabbi Leon Klenicki, of Buenos
Aires, gave the Jewish vie>- of re-
lations between the two faiths. H
spoke of their common roots in Me
Old Testament and of the persecu-
tion suffered by the Jews at the
hands of Christians in the Middle
Ages. He said, "Roman Catholic
silence at times when we urgently
needed your voices crying out for
justice" made discussion difficult,
adding, "but the time of hope has
arrived. The task is hard but not
impossible."
The first cooperative venture
emerging from the dialogue was
;ii' publication and mass distribu-
tion of a summary of the meeting
and text of Father Mejia's opening
speech.
Plans were also made to i>ring
the question of the relation] be-
tween the two faiths before the na-
tional council of bishops in the
Latin American countries ar.-i to
bring about the deletion of preju-
dicial material from textbooks A
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Exalting The Jerks
] like something an old friend
of mine, the prosecutor in Bergen
County, N.I ~aid recently about
the leader of a newly formed
ante ^roup:
"This is the era of the exalta-
tion of jerk-
Think about it as we contem-
plate the aftermath of the Re-
publican and Democratic conven-
tions and the election campaign
ahea.l of the nation.
Jerks ire have always had with
i.- and. in the normal scheme of
things, alway- will. With the
lime- out ol loin' a- they are. our
ptance"exaltation." if you
of the jerks or. worse.
r thinking, -hould be of some
concern to those of us who still
have >ome concern about the fu-
ture ot our nation.
1 I ;..kc- an ea-y one first.
George Wallace, considered by
most observers to be a serious
contender for the presidency and.
if not a winner in 1968. surely a
major threat to the traditional
two-part) >*tem in the future.
The Alabama demagogue's aim
i> to de-tro> one it both of the
major parties ;o bring about a re-
al; aliment which would create two
parties of definite purposeone
conservative, the other liberal.
At the pre-ent momentand
pardon me it r sounds snobbish
h:- new party would consist of cab
drivers, policemen, beauticians,
rubber worker.-, steel workers and
bank clerks.
His is a simple appealthe jerk
approachfor ending disorder by
' knocking rioters in the head."
repeal of housing and school de-
segregation laws, and solving for-
eign policy problems by droppm;:
bombs on any nation which dis-
agreed.
I don't know anything about Ed
Gurney. the Republican candidate
for United States Senator in our
state, except what 1 read of his
apallingly reactionary record as
a member ol the House of Repre-
sentatives, as a candidate who
has invited Strom Thurmond to
campaign for him and for at least
one campaiun sign which reads:
It- Time To Curb the Supreme
Court."
\vh:,t a magnificent appeal to
the jerk vote! In a recent poll.
Wallace .p|>orters (and surel)
Gurney'S) give the Supreme Court
a negative rating with 88 percent
against. People who voted for
Barry Goldwater in 1964 and
those who plan to vote for George
Wallace in 1968 there's a daily
double for youoppose the nom-
ination of Justice Abe Fortas by
the same percentages. 43 to 29
percent (the others probably
didn't know what the Supreme
Court was. anyhow).
If I seem to be stating the ob
vious for the sophisticated read-
ers of this journal, don't get me
wrong. In recent weeks 1 have
spoken with lots of these sophisti-
cated, educated Jews who agree
with a policeman friend that they
wouldn't vote for "that jerk Wal-
lace" and then mouth, without
accent, the same sentiments
which will probably make him
the most exalted jerk in our his-
tory
Reverence for life has always
been a distinguishing mark of the
Jew. yet what kind of Judaism is
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it that encourages and supports
the shooting of looters or other i
persons caught committing prop-
erty crimes?
US. Attorney General Ramsey
(lark, who recently has been add-
ed to the Supreme Court bench
by the jerks, had -.ome thoughts
on thi- several weeks ago when
he spoke to the National College
of State Trial Judges.
'What terrible fear or hatred
would cause us to shoot looters' '
he asks.
'Prevent lootin-j wherever pos-
sible. Stop looting where ade-
quate force arrives too late to
prevent it. Arrest looters, abso-
lutely. But shoot looters and all
human nature rebels at our ex-
cess."
Clark makes the point that
none of the nalions of the world
which have experienced rioting
including some of the Communist
countrie-has u-ed shooting as a
control device anrl asks, sorrow-
fully. 'Will America be the first?"
The answer comes from the
Congressmen like Gurney who. in
opposing strict gun control laws,
endorse shooting as the Ameri-
can way of life And it comes
from among those of us who
should know better but who. in
accepting their frame oi refer-
ence, exall the jerks.
Grant not. () Lord." wrote the
Psalmist, 'the desires of the
wicked; Further not his evil de-
vice so that they exalt them
selves."
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Admits Role As Nazi
NEW YORK (JTA)Action was
started by the Justice Department
this week In revoke the American
citizenship of a Queens housewife
identified by Nazi hunter Simon
Wicsenthal as a former member
of the Nazi SS who served as su-
pervisor in two Nazi death ca.np-
The denatura!izat:on application,
which could iead to deportat'on.
charged that Mrs. Russd Bysn
was "a cruel, brutal and sadistic
woman who beat and tortured de-
fenseless prisoners" in the Ravens
bruck camp in Germany and at
the Maidensk camp in occupied
Poland. The Justice Department ap-
plication in federal district court
in Brooklyn also chained that Mrs
Ryan concealed the lad that she
had been convicted !>> an Austrian
court in 1949 of torturing camp
inmates, for winch she was sen
fenced to three years' imprison-
ment and confiscation of her prop
ertj
The district co-art action culmi-
nated an invest^ation which began
in 1964 when Mr. Wiesenthal. the
Vienna Nazi hunter who helped
track down Adolf Eiclimann, iden-
tified her as Hermine Braunstein-
er. She then readily ackno-v'edged
her Nazi cast but said, "All | did
was what guards do in camps
now."
The .lust ce Departmt i
i ,i ir .,- er'.ed Dial the >..:-
>orn Mrs Ryan -aid nothing about
her membership in the JvS when
she filed her application
zenship which she .'.a- granted on
Jan. 15. 1963, add:!'.; thai i|
had disclosed the facts of her i
vicCon. "she v ould ha<
. im
he I'-iiteJ S'a'.e- lor pen
residence and i aturalizati
Mrs Ryan entered the
States in April 1S59 as tb .
in American construction orker
-he met and married while .
working in Germany
Her husband said, 'My wife
would not hurt a fly." He jid she
told him her wartime activities
were "a conscription duty '
The complaint charged
ever, thai V was
tivi parti of th
and inhuman pn i
histor). thi systematic Imi
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Paqe 7-A
Israel Denounces Soviet
Violation of Czech Soil
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we're unknown. Kir's." ft nacko, who
'8 in Israel, said her husband was
invasion of 1938. The leftwing Ma join her nere planning to
jpam aid the "brutal trampling of leave prague a day or ,wo before
the invasion Mr, Mnacko gained
{freedom in Czechoslovakia shov -
i Id who the real imperialists
an
Protest meetings were quickly
or ci.iiv:-?d as Israelis of virtually
all political views voiced solidarity
with the Czech people and con-
demned the invasion. Thousands of
of students and members of youth
movements met to hear denuncia-
tions of the Soviet invasion and
the subordination of the Czech Re-
public.
Posters with Now Czechoslo-
vakiaWho Comes Next""' and
'Russians Go Home" appeared
Later participants signed a peti-
tion <>f protest ior presentation to
the United Nations. A sea of Czech
flags blossomed in many cities and
many auto owners put Czech flags
on their windshields.
At a rally sponsored by the
moderate Communist Party faction
their leader. Shmuel Mikunis de-
nounced the Soviet action as '"pure
imperialism The split between
the two Communist factions was
dramatized in the statements, the
Mikunis faction calling the Soviet
action "a brutal intervention in
the affairs of a Socialist state, and
the New Communist faction spokes-
man saying in a radio interview
that he was certain that the Czech
people welcomed the intervention
which he said "had been under
taken to save them from counter-
revolutionary designs."
Concern was felt for the welfare
of Israelis visiting Cxechoslovakia
when the Russian tanks entered
Prague. Among them are exchange
students and Prof. Yehuda Leo
Pickard, of the Hebrew University,
attending a scientific conference
there.
The Swedish Kmbassy, which has
represented Israeli interests in
Prague since the rupture of diplo-
matic relations alter the UX37 Six-
Day War, was asked to help the
Israelis return home.
The Israel Writers Association,
which had been expecting a dele-
gation of Czech writers for a visit
in October, cabled a message of
solidarity to its colleagues, though
an association spokesman express-
ed doubt that the cable would reach
its destination.
Th# message said in part, "We,
the sons of a nation that knew only
too well persecution and suffering,
understand your hour of trial and
believe in the victory of the spirit,
freedom end liberty."
The whereabouts of the liberal
Czech writer. Ladislav Mnacko.
Pavilion Planned
For American Art
At Israel Museum
JERUSALEM (WNS>A pavilion
for the display of American works
of art, sculpture and design will be
built at the Israel Museum here by
Jack Lawrence and Dr. Walter My-
den of New York City, it was dis-
closed by museum officials who
aid American art was gaining high
standing in the world and that Je-
rusalem was therefore a most fit-
ting place to exhibit America's
contribution to the visual arts.
The pavilion will be the only-
center outside of the Whitney Mu-
seum in New York with a perma-
nent display of a cross section of
American art The Israel Museum
draws yearly more than 500.0(H)
visitors.
In conjunction with the America-
Israel Cultural Foundation, Dr.
Myden and Mr Lawrence, out-
standing collectors of American
art valued at more than a million
dollars, have also agreed to donate
and collect si.000.000 for the con-
struction and maintenance ot the
pa\ i I ion.
prominence t h r o u g h his self-
imposed exile in Israel to protest
Prague's anti-Israel stand after the
Six-Day War Mrs. Mnacko joined
ither Czech citizens at Kibbutz
Shomrat. a settlement populated
by .lews ol Czechoslovak origin.
Zeev Sharef, Israel's Finance
Minister and Minister of Com-
merce and Industry, expressed sup-
port for Czechoslovakia at a rally
marking the liberation of another
Eastern European country Ru-
mania from Nazi occupation 24
years ago.
Academy Opens With
Record Enrollment
Mr. Sharel declared, "A day will
come when every nation will be
able to live as it wishes and no
tanks or bombers will be able to
move it from its chosen course."
He paid tribute to Rumania for
-landing fast on its principles de-
spite Soviet pressure. Rumania is
the only Eastern bloc nation that
did not yield to Soviet and Arab
pressure to break relations with
Israel after the Six-Day War.
LOUIS MERW/TZfR
Syria Demanding
Release Of Pilots
WASHINGTON (WNS) A de
mand for the release of two Syrian
pilots who landed two weeks ago
in Israel as a result of an alleged
navigational error was sounded by
Radio Damascus this week
The broadcast made the novel
plea that the two pilots cannot be
held as prisoners of war since they
"did not participate in the last war.
having been graduated after the
June war."
The Hebrew Academy of Great
er Miami will launch its 21st year
of day school education in the
Greater Miami community Tues- j
day with a record enrollment of
more than 600 students. The fig-
ure represents a 13 percent in-
crease over last year- registra-
tion, according to Louis Merwitzer,
president of the Academy.
The Hebrew Academy will be-
gin the new term with a complete
elementary. Junior High and Sen-
ior High School program.
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, prin-
cipal, said there will be three par-
allel classes on each level, begin-
ning with First grade and running
through the Junior High School de-
I partment
Because of the rise in the Acad-
emy's enrollment, many Junior
High classes are scheduled for the
Margaret Weishaus High School
Sixteen new teachers have been
added to the school Hebrew and
English faculty, Rabbi Gross an-
nounced.
Dr. Joseph Kaminetzky. nation-
al director of Torah Umesorah. the
organization servicing day schools
throughout the country, hailed the
Academy's banner eamttaaent. gay
ing "The II brew Academy of
Greater Miami i now one ol the
fines! educational center- in the
United state-. Its bilingual pro
[ram ol the Hi brew and academic
studies has proven to be ol
value and importance to the ad
vancemenl ol religious education
and Torah learning in thi South
Florida area.
The Academy has been aci -
ed by the State ol Florida Deparl
ment Of Education for the past
three years and it^ Hebrew pro
gram is prescribed by the Torah
Umesorah Education Department.
Why
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everyone
else?
ADL Names Negro Exec
NEW YORK C. Burke, an expert in urban af
fairs, has become the first Negro
executive on the staff of the Anti-
Defamation League. This was dis
closed in an ADI. statement that it
had named Mr. Burke as director
of its newly created Urban Affairs
Department. League president
Dore Schary said that the appointee
would be responsible for "system*
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activities relevant to the urban
crisis and race relations.
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A Doctor Who Never Gives Up
MARIAN
"A man may be brought into a
hospital with heart disease and
have a life expectancy of fifteen
minutes. Millions will have been
spent on re-
search on his
problem. In
that same hos-
pital, mean-
while, there
are newborn
babies who
could have a
life expectan-
cy of seventy
years. Too
many of them die."
So says Dr. Louis Cluck, newly
appointed professor of pediatrics
and chief of neonatology (study
of the newborn) at the University
of Miami.
Dr. Cluck, a gentle man who
has the determination to turn a
dream into reality, comes from
the Yale New Haven Medical
Center, where he established the
nation's first special care unit for
newborns and started a revolu-
tion in pediatric thinking.
The usual hospital situation
with high risk newborns is to sep-
arate them into cubicles. Pree-
mies, surgical babies and infants
with various diseases including
infections are isolated from each
other. It had been thought that in-
fant infections were airborne. At
Yale this was shown to be untrue.
"Actually there was nothing
magical in what we did there,"
says Dr. Gluck. "Babies were
housed in three big rooms around
a central nurses' station. The
sickest babies were in one room,
the less sick in a second and
those almost ready to go home in
a third. A nurse can take care of
a lot more infants if she doesn't
have to go running from cubicle
to cubicle."
Our country ranks between
13th and 18th in the world in in-
fant mortality. "From my point
of view," says Dr. Gluck, "there
are two aspects to the problem.
We must take more intensive
care of newborns. yes. But we've
also got to take better care of
mothers. Reduction in infant
mortality is not the only goal.
We need more emphasis on pre-
natal care."
Dr. Gluck says that in low in-
come families if a woman has to
be put to bed in the early months
of pregnancy, it constitutes a ma-
jor sociological problem. Often,
the mother is the sole wage earn-
er in the family and there are
other children to care for.
"Ideally, we should have a
wing on Jackson Memorial Hos-
pital where we could admit sick
expectant mothers, and an infant
care unit where all kinds of
problems could be handled effi-
ciently. We have a vigorous pedi-
atric department here and the fu-
ture holds much promise."
Dr. GJuck believes that retar-
dation often results from a lack
of human contact in the early
days or weeks of a baby's life. A
premature baby who has to stay
in an isolette for an extended
period of-'time comes into con-
tact with only a bright light, a
lot of noise and a hand that feeds.
"It is almost certain," asserts
Dr. Gluck, "that a child cannot
develop normally under those cir
cumstances. A nursery should be
staffed well enough so that the
Hias Disputes Claim
UAR Jews Released
NEW YORK (JTA>The United
HIAS Service this week disputed
a statement attributed to the Chief
Rabbi of Egypt, Maim Douek, that
the 500 Egyptian Jews arrested in
the aftermath of the Six-Day War
have all been released. According
to Gaynor I, Jacobson, executive
vice president of the world-wide
.^sttrviLc. there are still
an estimated 250 prisoners being
since then only five have been re-
leased It is not clear why the
Egyptian authorities stopped free-
ing the prisoners, he said, since in
many cases the wives ami children
of the prisoners still live in Cairo
and Alexandria
More than 1.000 Egyptian Jews
have been helped by in as tore-
[settle since the Six-Day F*V."*
last Kntnrdnv 39 arri'-cd at the
baby can be held when it is fed.
and sometimes just held, period."
Dr. Gluck says it is his im
pression, although he has no data
to substantiate it yet. that babies
who are held often during their
earliest weeks, appear brighter.
"I am also suggesting." he
says, "that a physician would
miss an emotionally disturbed
child on routine examination at
this early age. A lot of good hu
man potential is lost.
"Based on statistics, the l>ost
age for child bearing is between
22 and 32. The really optimal
time is 23 to 26. Statistics prove
these women produce the health
iest babies. We don't know why
and this is one area that should
be investigated."
Dr. Cluck, who grew up in
Lakewood. N.J.. graduated from
the University of Chicago School
of Medicine and later spent three
years "in the hills" of llarlan
County, Ky.
"That was quite an experience.
In that place, the worst of Appa-
lachian he said sympathetically,
"we practiced every kind of meil
Arthur J. Goldberg is Named AJC Head
DR. LOU!S CLUCK
icine we knew. I delivered babies
and then took care of them."
Dr. Cluck is a busy man, doing
a lot of important things. He is a
government consultant on the set-
tiny up of modern hospital nurs-
eries. In October he will he seen
in "The 21st Century," a taped
CBS interview with Walter Cron-
kitc I'.ui utosl important are the
high mortality risk newborns
who will grow into healthy, nor-
mal children because of his pro-
gressive approach to pediatric
medicine.
"We never assume, and we
new i give up," says Miami's Dr.
Cluck, himself the father of four.
Continued From Page 1-A
and Garrison, Mr Goldberg is a
native of Chicago.
In 1948. at the request of Philip
Murray, president of the United
Steelworkers of America and the
Congress of Industrial Organiza-
tions. Mr. Goldberg came to Wash-
ington and was named General
Counsel of the Steelworkers Union
and of the CIO.
Following the election of Presi
dent John F. Kennedy. Mr. Gold-
berg was named Secretary of La-
bor, and became known as an acti-
vist and mediator in that role in
many major national management-
labor disputes.
When Justice Felix Frankfurter
resigned from the Supreme Court,
President Kennedy named Mr.
Goldberg to that post in August
1962, and he r/jain became known
as an activist figure on the War-
ren Court.
In 1965. at the request of Presi-
Voters Incorporated
Miami Beach Constable Murray
S. Meyerson, William Skinner and
Ted Cohen have been elected to
the board of directors of Voters.
Incorporated, according to an an-
nouncement by Harry Levy, presi
dent.
dent Johnson, he left nil Supreme
Court position to succeed the late
Adlai Stevenson as U.S. Iteprc
tentative to the U N. At the t'nited
Nations he became known for his !
forthright and liberal exposition of
the American stance in world a I
fairs and as a skillful behindthe i
scenes negotiator. He was credited
especially with making possible the
kBgOtiatiOOl that helped forge the
treaty on outer space and with
the achievement of a ceasefire in
ihe fighting between India and
Pakistan in 1965. In June 196B. he
left the U.N. to return to the prac
tice of law m New York.
During World War II. Mr. Gold
berg served in the Office of Stra
tegic Services in 1942-43 and in
the U.S. Army in the European
Theatre of Operations in 194844,
achieving the rank of Major.
Long active in Jewish affairs,
Mr. Goldberg was elected an hon
orary vice president of the Anier
ican Jewish Committee in 1905.
succeeding the late Herbert II
Lehman in that post. That same
year he received the American
Jewish Committee's American Lib
erties Medallion, and was honored
by the Anti-Defamation League
with its America's Democratic Leg-
acy Award in 19 recipient of the Stephen S Wise
Award of the American Jewl h
Congress, lie was elected chair
man of the Board ol Overseers ol
the Jewish Theological Seminary
of America in 1!MJ4
Hi and his wife, the former
Dorothy Kurgans. are parents of
i son. Robert, and a daughter, Mrs.
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vice president of the world-wide
.^BiABMirm^fierviic. there are still
an ostifoaied 250 prisoners being
held in thp Tourah prison near
Cairo. This information has bi'i'n
llbstantiat.-.l b> tin- ^fentttWttil
- sairf.
a recent edition of the North
African weekly magazine "Jeune
Afrique," published in Paris, Rabbi
Douek is quoted as having said
"There was never any Jewish
problem here (in Egypt) before the
Zionists came to the region. Be-
fore the war there were 80,000
Jews in Egypt. Our synagogues
were never closed. We never were
disturbed in the practice of our
faith." The rabbi reportedly said
that the release of the imprisoned
Jews followed his personal inter-
vention with the Ministry of In-
terior. According to Mr. Jacobson,
prisoners were being released reg-
ularly until Dec. 15, 1967 and
Mori- than 1,000 Egyptian Jews
hav<- been helped i>\ ni^.s >
settle since the Six-Day *jw.,jiss*
last Saturday 39 arri'-ed at the
port o| Pi' -us, Greece, en route to
Im^ r'rom there they will join
relatives in Western countries, the
official said.
Before the 1956 Suez crisis there
were 80,000 Jews in Egypt; now
there are less than 1,500 left. The
magazine said that Cairo Jews are
apprehensive over their future and
many plan to leave.
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Former SS Officer
Gets Life Sentence
Discussing various deto.ls for the Hiqh Holy
Days is (he Membership Committee of
Temple Ner Tamid. Miami Beach. Standinq
from left: are Max Raskin, trustee; Louis
Cohen, executive vice president; Alex Eiq,
trustee; Eia Rosenf?!d. treasurer Louis Such-
man, president of M^ns Club; Col. William
J. Harris. Dost rr-:Hort: Crrrr'e'? Newman:
Morris Cohen, vice president, and Herman
Frank. Seated (from left) are: Murray A.
Shaw, past president; Herman L. Shaw,
chairman of the board of trustees; Joseph
Silveiman. trustee and membership chair-
man, and Charle= Goldstein, president of
Temple Ner Tamid.
Polish Jews Caught In Squeeze;
Excluded From Jobs And Housing
LONDON. UTAj The Polish
\ arc bein^ systematically ex-
( uded from jobs, housing and
hools in a pattern Of quiet perse-
i ition that seems to have replaced
e anti .Tetfish. anti-Zionist tirades
unched by the \Vara\\ Govern-
en: and the Communist Party
< rliei this year.
According to reports received
: re from Warsaw, only those
wa who are for the present irrc-
aceable can hold their jobs and
1 ey are periodically reviewed to
e if a non-Jewish Pole with
- itable qualification* is available.
British Jews meanwhile were
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A spokesman for the Association
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According to reports from War-
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people have to fend for themselves
and often live under appalling
conditions in the big cities, the re-
port said.
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from Warsaw that an estimated
800 of Poland's surviving 25,000
Jews have emigrated since June,
1967. The exodus is a result of the
anti-Zionist, campaign conducted
by Polish authorities which have
deprived scores of Jews of their
jobs, many of them high in govern-
ment and Communist Party eche-
lons, and in the communications
and entertainment industries.
"Jews are allowed to emigrate to
Israel." the AP report said They
apply for visas to the Dutch Km
bassy. which has been handling
Israeli affairs since Poland broke
o(f diplomatic relations in June.
1967. The embassy refuses to re-
veal the number ol visas being
i-sued the AP said. "Jews then
apply for travel documents from
the Polish authorities This takes
about six weeks.'
According to the AP dispatch.
"leaving Poland, their first des-
tination is normally Vienna. There
a Jewish organization gives them
assistance. From there some go to
Israel, others to various Western
destinations, some with promised
jobs ahead, others with uncertain
futures."
The AP said "they go disappoint-
ed, bitter, feeling there is no future
for them" in Poland. The dispatch
quoted one Polish Jew as saying,
"If I stay I am called a Zionist. If
I go to Israel I am considered a
traitor."
BONN, JTA) A Hamburg
court has sentenced a former SS
cer to life imprisonment at hard
Mil 'if .lews in
Poland in 1942 and 1943. Wilhelm
Rosenbaum, .">:< was found guilt)
if ordering mass executions ol
158 Jews m the Crac district anil
of having himself shot at least 10
persons, including children. The
prosecution alleged that Rosen-
baum ordered the shootingl and
hangings of Jews as his own "pri-
vate affair" and not on the orders
of superiors.
A Nazi convicted of complicity
in the mass murder of over 30.000
Greek and Bulgarian Jews during
World War II was sentenced to
eight years" imprisonment at hard
labor by a Frankfurt court at the
conclusion of a 10-month trial. The
defendant. Fritz Gerhard Von
Hahn. was convicted along with
Adolf Beckerle on two counts of
mass murder. The prosecution had
demanded a life sentence.
A Munich district court announc-
ed that it had dropped charges
against the right-wing neo-Nazi
newspaper Deutsche National und
Soldaten Zeitung for publtshihg a
' picture of Adolf Hitler on July 20.
1967 in violation of the law pro-
hibiting the public display of Nazi
symbols.
The court said the case fell un-
Third Year
of Emergency
Fund Is Due
Continued From Papa 1-A
not coma from the so-called dis-
tress countries but wno neverthe-
less may require assistance as well
' as immigrants of previous years
who have not yet been absorbed
in the country's economy.
The Jewish Agency chairman re
ported that the immigration rate
from Western countries had dou-
bled this year compared to the
average of the two previous years.
A drop in the average age of
the newcomers was also revealed
Most immigrants from America
before last year were pensioners,
he said. But 70 percent of the im-
migrants from the United States
! this year were under 30 years of
< age and 14 pexcent were between
! 34 and 44.
Forecasting a total immigrant
influx this year of 25.000-30.000.
which compares to 1966 and 1967
arrivals of about 18.000 per year,
Mr. Pincus also said that immi-
grants who left Israel before 1964
would be granted the same rights
as new immigrants if they return
r an amnesty granted in comet
i on with a new, less strinj
aw against political offenses
The picture of Hitler was I ixl
nosed with one ->f Israel'* Defense
Minister, Gen Moshe Dayan, unde
the headline, "Israel's Ausi h eii
.n the Desert. The Mass Murdei
he Arab- Dayan in Hitler's Fool
tep.
A member of the West Germai
Parliament denied a charge b;
ihe Soviet Army paper. Red Stai
.hat membership in the neo N.i/
National Democratic Party had
increased in the West German
Army in the past year. In his
answer to the Soviet charge, Sncj.,
Democrat Deputy Hans Iven sal
'hat such memberships had nol
increaed in either of the pas-
two years. The Red Star had claim
ed that NPD members in the Wes
German Army had increased from
700 to 900.
Plans were disclosed in Pari<
for a West German one-hour tele
vision flm on the problems o'
European Jewish communities
which will be shown in West Ger
many next October. The television
stall, directed by Paul Mautnei.
will start shooting in Fiance it
ihe end of August.
TO ALL FRIENDS OF
RABBI SHLOMO CARLEBACH
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dedicated to the theme of "love, prayer and song," in keep-
ing with the spirit of our friend SHLOMO CARLEBACH.
To all those who are interested in receiving copies of
these newsletters, kindly write to:
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Friday. Auqust 30, 1968
*Jen # *# Fkrid^tr
Paqe 11 A.
JVS Expansion To Double Capacity
DR. MKNAfl GOODMAN
Education Bureau
Publishes Hebrew
Language Textbook
The Bureau of Jewish Education
has published ;< new Hebrew text-
book, prepared by Lou's Schwartz-
man, executive director ol the Bu-
reau, and Nathaniel Soroif, con-
sultant, according to an announce
menl by Alberl E.Ossip, president,
Entitled "Arachim Hebrew
Through Values," the texl features
;; ncu approach to the study <>f
Hebrew language based on Jewish
value concepts,
The 104-page
in Israel.
book was printed
Recommended for grades ;i and
4 of the Hebrew departments of
Jewish schools, the new text will
be distributed directly through the
offices of the Bureau.
Included in I he text are suggest-
ed procedures and methods of
leaching the 29 lessons which in-
clude Jewish concept quotes, re-
quired \ocabulary, the Hebrew
FtOry related to the concept, exer-
i :ses in language skill and concept
i nder-tanding.
Plans for extensive expansion of
the program and facilities of the
Jewish Vocational Service were
announced this week along with
the disclosure that the agency, af
filiated with the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation, was acquiring
three buildings including the one
it now least's at 318 NW 25th St.
Charlc- Hertzoff, JVS president,
said that two adjoining buildings
Petition Calls For
Retrial Of Murer
TF.I. AVIV. (JTA) A delega
tion of Vilna Jews this week pre-
sented the Austrian Ambassador
here with a petition demanding
Ihe retrial of Franz Murer. the
N'azi ganleiter of the Vilna ghetto
in World War II. who has been
accused of the mass murders ol
Jew
["he petition, addressed to the
President ol Austria, cited new
evidence by ghetto survivors that
Murer had personally murdered
.1, .' s
The Nazi was acquitted by a
jurj In Graz In 1968 lor lack of
evidence. Austrian law holds a
defendant accountable only for
crimes committed by his own hand
but nol for criminal acts he may
have ordered,
The demand for a new trial
arose during a world congress of
Vilna lews held .Hie recently.
The petition was presented by Dr.
Marc Dvorzctzki, a researcher of
the Nazi holocaust who is him-
-elf a survivor of the Vilna ghetto.
It cited testimony given by seven
other ghetto survivors before a
special department of the Israeli
police investigating war crimes.
which implicated Murer directly
in the murder of Jews. One wit-
ness identified Murer as the killer
of her throe year old child.
The Austrian Ambassador, Ar-
thur Anksler. promised to trans-
mit the petition to the President
and expressed hope that a retrial
will be ordered.
would also be purchased along
nith the structure it now occupies
The total cost of the acquisition,
he noted, would be S108.500.
Half of the required funds for
the purchase will be provided
through a grant of 554,250 ap-
proved this week by tii? Rehabili-
tation S?rvi- Admin:s'ration of
'he United States Department of
w>alth. Education and Welfare.
Rep. Claude Pepper was instru-
mental in securing the approval of
'he grant.
Dr. Michael Goodman, executive
director of the Jewish Vocational
Service, informed The Jewish Flo-
ridlan that the expansion of the
facilities will enable the agency to
double its capaeit) Irom its cur-
'ent I'mit of (il person per day.
providing facilities for up to 120
persons each day.
A ill "n't the new p-o'i-.inis to be
inaugurated by the JVS, Dr. Good-
man reported, will he a Work
Sample Evaluation Project for dis-
abled persons.
"This project." he said, "will
enable us to evaluate people under
actual job conditions "
In carrying out the project, the
Jewish Vocational Service will
simulate actual jobs in its own
workshop area which will be equip-
ped for some 15 different occupa-
tions.
The disabled workers will be
rotated through various job rou-
tines and, on the basis of results.
they will receive specific voca-
tional training in the areas for
which thev are best suited
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fJenist) fhrictinr
Friday. August 30, 1
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PUIPIT
961
Pursuit Of Justice ^U1Z X
By RABBI AVROM L. DRAZIN,
The Israelite Center
tice."' Where there is no justice, no
human rights, no recognition of
the brotherhood of all men under
In these troubled times, when [Ine fatherhood of the God of right-
nian seeks the solutions to so many j eousnesswe have a negation of
of the problems which beset our j religion.
society and the Man. we are told, must imitate
world, the To- h's Creator, and a.- we must recog-
rah message. nize the two ways in which the
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is the shofar blown in the
synagogue durir.-j the month
of Elul?
The entire Hebrew month of
Elul is regarded as a period of
penitence. In the first place it is
ihe month before the festival of
Rosli Hashonah, which is regarded
as an occasion of judgment. Man
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION

Shofetim
justice, justice I "nugiuy judges his children: with ; ,h .nn,. ih' T 7 *??
shall thou pur- i "Midas Ha Din" absolute and strict J J"da ,he month betote h}s
.- .. ... Justice, and -Miriam H-R.rh!" Inal before the divine tribunal m
sue is more
compelling than
ever.
After centu-
ries of trying
to build society
solely on the
justice, and "Midas Ha'Rachomim
merciful understanding of the
weakness of man. All of these and
their ramifications combine to
form the entjiy known as "Tze-
dakah"Justice.
preparing his deiense. which con-
sists of confessing his sins and re-
solving to improve himself.
According to the Scphardic cus-
tom of the oriental Jews the peni
As we approach the High Holy I tential prayers which the Occident-
aTehai Draim
cornerstone of Dayi in Prayer for a better world I al Jews recite the week before
with peace and justice for all. we
pray especially for the fulfillment
of the prophecy that "all wicked-
ness shall vanish like smoke, when
Thou removest the dominion of the
love of fellow
man. we must realize that this is
but one aspect of the overall Jew-
ish concept of Justice.
Justice is absolute, and must be
applied to friend and foe alike ,vranny lron> the earth."
without respect for person or status
or station in life. Without this, jus- '
tice becomes merely a "legal" 1
means of structuring society ac
cording to the status quo and the |
will of the power structure.
We must further be awareand The PTA of Miami Beach Senior
t cannot be stressed too often | High School was to hold a coffee
that the end cannot justify the I at 8:30 a.m. Thursday in the high
Beach High PTA
To Greet Faculty
Rosh Hashanah and during the
period between .Rosh Hashanah
and Yom Kippur are recited dur-
ing the entire month of Elul.
It seems that in some areas and
during certain times in history
Jews would fast during the day-
time hours every weekday in the
month of Elul. as well as on the
weekdays between Rosh Hashanah
and Yom Kippur. This was done
to emulate the behavior of Moses,
who ascended Mt. Sinai for the
second time on the first day of
Elul and did not descend until the
means. We must not be afraid. In school cafeteria in honor of all new day of Yom ZTt 7
the words of the late British Chief faculty members and to greet re- ST. VJTiSET'J^ *? 2ft
greet .
Rabbi, Joseph H. Herti, "Man is | turning faculty members, it was
slow to realize that justice is strong j announced by Mrs Joseph Pardo,
enough. Divine enough, to triumph \ PTA president.
Dr. Solomon S. Lichter. principal
of M:ami Beach Senior High
School, was to welcome the new
and old faculty members, and
greet the many invited guests and
rfisnitaries.
without itself resorting to injustice.
In the eyes of the Prophets, justice
was a Divine irresistible force.
Justice is the sanctifying force
in the world. As Isaiah reminds us
"The Hofy God is sanctified by jus-
,.., ././.;.... ",,., mr.. .
h^abbinical *Jcfi
ancTiM-Min oj
evision
Vr
tells us, he neither ate nor drank
during this period.
In the days of Moses it was also I
a period of penitence because the ,
Almighty had been angered over !
the sin of the Golden Calf and the I j
original tablets had been broken, j \
haH was therefore' pleading for j \
forgiveness and a second chance 11
for his people.
Sept. 1-
ro^f rants
Sept. 1Ch 10. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour.
Host: Rabbi Max A. Lipschitz,
Beth Torah Congregation. North Miami Beach.
Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice.
Host: Rabbi Jonah Caplan.
Sky Lake Synagogue, North Miami Beach.
Guests: Rabbi Phineas Weberman, Ohev Shalom
Congregation. Miami Beach, and Rabbi
Nissim Hayward, principal of Dholei Torah
School of Greater Miami
Topic: The Jewish Day School.
Sept. 3Ch. 2, 9:30 to 10:30 p.m. Man to Man.
Topic: EducationAmerican Style.
Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Pierce.
Participants: Rabbi Joseph R. Narot,
Tempple Israel of Greater Miami.
# ma VAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morris Barr.
According to Jewish tradition,
the shofar is blown on fast days.
The month of Elul. being a month
I of fasting in some areas, was there-
I fore a month during which the
shofar was blown. Even among
the occidental Jewish communities
where fasting for the entire month
is not practiced, the shofar is
blown as a signal to repent.
Some writers also point out that
the blowing of the shofar is remi-
niscent of the occasion of Moses'
ascent and descent from the moun-
tain, at which time the shofar was
blown.
Why is it customary to visit
A Prophet anoints a king from among his brethren
Thou shalt .. set him king over thee, whom the Lor:
God shall choose; one from among thy brethren" (D.?ut 17 151
SHOFETIM"Judges and officers shalt thou make thee in
all thy gates, which the Lord thy God giveth thee, tribe by t
and they shall judge the people with righeous judgment
Shalt not plant thee an Asherah of any kind of tree bhside ..
altar of the Lord thy God. which thou shalt make thee. Neither
shalt thou set thee up a pillar, which the Lord thy God hateth"
(Deuteronomy 16:13 22).
"At the mouth of two witnesses, or three witnesses, shall he
that is to die be put to death; at the mouth of one witness he
shall not be out to death" (Deuteronomy 17:6).
"If there arise a matter too hard for thee in judgment .
thou shalt arise and get thee up unto the place which the Lord
thy God shall choose Ara thou shalt do according to the
tenor of the sentence, which they shall declare unto thee fro
that place which the Lord shall choose" (Deuteronomy 17:8-9>
If. like the other nations, the children of Israel in Canaan
should desire a king. "Thou shalt in any wise set him king over
thee, whom the Lord thy God shall choose; one from among thy
brethren shalt thou set king over thee; thou mayest not put a
foreigner over thee, who is not thy brother. Only he shall not
multiply horses to hmeli neither shall he multiply wives to
himself Neither shall he multiply to himself silver and gold
... He shall write a copy of this law in a book, out of that which
is before the priests the Levites. And it shall be with him, and
he shall read therein all the days of his life; that he may learn
to fear the Lord his God" (Deuteronomy 17:15-19).
The children of Israel may expect prophets to rise in the
Promised Land, men of God like Moses himself. "And it shall
come to pass, that whomsoever will not hearken unto My words
which he shall speak in My name. I will require it of him"
(Deuteronomy 18:19).
How may the Israelites distinguish a true prophet from a
false one? "When a prophet speakcth in the name of the Lord, if
the thing follow not. nor come to pass, that is the thing which
the Lord hath not spoken: the prophet hath spoken it presumptu-
ously, thou shalt not be afraid of him" (Deuteronomy 18:22).
The portion also treats of the cities of refuge It cites the
speech that the priest and officers are to make to troops before
battle, and states the laws of warfare that apply to any city not
of the seven Canaanite nations, ending with the regulations deal-
ing with the heKer offered as atonement when a slain person is
found in the field and the identity of the murderer is not known.
This recounting of the Week.y Portion of the Law is extracted
and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage,"
edited by P. Wollman-Twamir, $15. Publisher it Shengold, and the
volume U available at 27 William St., New York S, NY. President
of the society distributiruj the volume is Joseph Schlang.
the cemetery during the month
of EM?
Generally speaking, experiences
are sought which would bring a
us to seek His mercy during thc-
pcnitcntial days.
Others contend that the visit to
the cemetery is a means of asking
Iomber"rmo:d to people Visiting !,he deceased to offer prayers for
the cemetery indeed makes one our welfare during this period ol
more serious and concerned.
Some claim that the visit to the
cemetery
makes us realize how
I helpless we are m the hands of the
! Almighty. This, in turn, prompts
Still others are of the opinion
that the visit to the cemetery brings
us to pray for the souls of the de
ceased who might also be Judged
at this time.
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 1th Avi.
SETH AM (TEMPLE). 9950 N. Ken.
dall Dr., 8. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
rCcliaious <3<
id
ervices
BETH DAVID. 2i2* SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipeon.
Friday p m Saturday Ham. Sr-
tnm: The Torah Leaaon Bar Mitz-
vah: CraiK. son of Mrs. Sylvia <"htsler.
Mm.-ha 7:1.'.
199th Street. Conaervative. Rabbi
Aoranam M. Caetel.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Avenue.
Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Scruff.
Friday 7:3# p.m. Saturday Cam Ser-
mon: "Divine Law*." Class r:4r. p.m.
aiiricha 7:15 p.m
ISRAEL (TEMPLE). OF GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform
Rahbi Joseph R. Narot.
Friday (1:1.1 p.m. Sermon: "What Tem-
ple Israel Members Think About
Religion.''
RTH KODISH. 1101 SW 1?tn Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickeon.
Friday at sunset. Saturday 8:48 a m
eermon: "Who Are Our True lead-
ers?" S:4S p.m. Portion of Ijiw 7:15
em Sermon: "A True Ixader "
ISRAELITE CENTER. S175 SW 25th
St. Conaervative. Rabbi Avrom L-
Draxin. Cantor Nathan Parnaaa.
Friday 6:86 p.m. Saturday 1:46 a nv
Serm.m: "The Respoi^lliiUties of
Leadership."
3737
KTH SOLOMON 50 NW Slat Plate
Canaervative.
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BETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW 8th ,
St. Conaervative. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Seymour Hinkes.
Friday at aundown. Saturday 9 am I
h.rmon: Portion of Ihe Week.
MINVONAIRES SYNAGOGUE.
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
OR OLOM (TEMPLE',. Conaervative
8755 SW 16th St. Miami. Rabbi
Ralph Z. Glixman. Cantor Benjamin
Ben Ari.
Friday S pm Saturday 4'. a.m. Bar
Mitzvah Joseph Lee), BOYI of .Ml-
I. Davis
David Raab. Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chaee Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronieh. Cantor David Convieer.
' BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joeeph E. Rackovsky.
j CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Waehington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig.
. EMANUEL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
I Friday 6 p.m. Sermon: "Chlcairo,
I liofrota. I'rnirue mio Iliafra What
\J>o They Mean?"
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, HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Or Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Groaa.
1542-44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A.
Ben-Hillel.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE).
Conaervative, 1025 NE 183rd. St..
Rabbi Milton Schlineky, Cantor
Tibor Mom.
Friday s:15 p m. Sermon: "The Cycle
Continues." Saturday ft:4S a.m. Bar
Mitzvah: Jeffrey, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Milliard Hennes.
... d^n Edwards. Cantor Theodore
Mindich.
Friday 1:15 p m Sermon: "Bvolutl.
I of Labor Day" followed l>\ Ones Shal
hat. Saturday .- a in followed I
Kiddush.
BETH TORAH. 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer.
Friday f, p.m. 8:18 p.m. Bas Mitzvah:
Janna. liaufctht. r of Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Zwerner. Saturday 8:80 a.m Bar Mitz-
vah: Bobert, ton of Dr. and Mrs.
Samuel I.eb; Benjamin, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Euajene Pat I pa.
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
13600 W. Dixie Mwy. Conaervative.
Rabbi Oavld Rosenfeld. Cantor Ben
Zion Kiraehenbaum.
EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrews Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton.
Cantor Jerome Klement,
HALLANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER,
124 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd.
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (TEMPLE). S. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa
Friday :15 p.m. Quasi speaker: Mllmn
Forman.
NAI SHOLOM (Temple). 275 NW
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Carmi. Cartor Albert Glantz. Cantor Abraham Self.
TIFERETH JACOB (TEMPLE). 951 E. ------
4th Ave., Hialeah. Conservative MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St.
Rabbi Maurice Klein. Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
Kridav 7 .. .o ............ .. Wl,z- Cantor Nico Feldman.
p.m. Baturda) 8 .. m
BNAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd SL
Conaervative. Rabbi Charles M. Ru
bel. Cantor Jack Lamer.
SINAI (TEMPLE). OF NORTH DAOE
Temporary office, 18801 NE 22nd
Ave. Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kingsley.
Friday S:1S p.m Washington Federal
Auditorium. > NE 167th St. 11 a m.
Portion of the Week.
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan.
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AMI. 990 NE 171at St. Orthodox
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Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave..
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahe T.
Swlraky. Cantor Maurice Mamchea.
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1S46
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
mnn: "Judge Thyself." 7:30 p.m. Class
6 11 m
SEPHAROIC JEWISH CENTER 645
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younq Israel of miami beach
JUDEA (TEMPLE). 5600 Granda Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Morris Kipper.
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ZAMORA (TEMPLE). 44 Zamora Ave
Conaervative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger
Cantor Hirsh March.
Friday 6 p.m. Saturday 8:45 am. Ser-
mon: Scriptural I-esson.
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE). 17?S
Monroe St. Conservative. Rabei
Morton Malavsky.
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun.
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE,. 3500 SW Plh
Way. Conservative Rabbi Irw.n
CuUer.
POMPANC beach
SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 132 SW 11th
Ave., Conservative. Rabbi Morris
A. Skop Cantor Leon Segal.
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION1
Surfside Community Center, 9301
Collins Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi laaao
D. Vina.
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Oakland Park Btvd Rabbi Shel-
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IFriday. August 30. 1968
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Paqe 13-A
in=?&m book review ^/Ljc
JMJ ~m/m
So who doesn't have an Aunt
Pauline or a Cousin Sadie?
In almost every Jewish family
there is a touch of humor, a bit
of old world living and a lot of
love. Baked in every kugel is a
secret recipe for happiness.
And best of all we have learned
to laugh at ourselves.
Sara Sandberg, who wrote
Mama Made Minks," has written
another novel about the trials
i and tribulations of the Sandberg
Joan
family. For what seems like lack
t>f a better title she calls it My
Sister Goldi* (Doubleday & Co..
Inc.. S4.95I.
All her life Sara wanted to be
a author. She finally hit the big
time when she sold a story to a
confession magazine. "Better you
should write maisehs' (Jewish
folklore)" her mother told her.
And happily she did.
For Sara Sandberg writes with
a humor-tipped pen and the read-
er cannot help laughing aloud or
at least smiling to himself.
The Sandbergs moved from the
Jewish section of Harlem to a
fancy Riverside Drive address at
the urging of the girls' indom-
itable Aunt Dora.
'Fannie,*' Aunt Dora told Mrs.
Sandberg, "you've got two daugh-
ters, almost readv to be married
one a nictur<. and the other
not exactly a p'cture but an au-
thor. I could introduce them to
the finest boysdoctors and law-
yers only!"
So Goldie the Alluring, and
Sara the Writer moved to River- j
side Drive which they found,
much to their satisfaction, was
wonderfully like Harlem. Mama's
next mission was "Operation:
Marriage" for her two eligible
daughters.
For Goldie this was not so im-
possible. She was a beauty an:l
was always surrounded by ad-
mirer-. One of them seemed ab-
solutely per.'ect until a disastrous
secret was uncovered. "Now it
cin never be." mounrned Mania.
"How would it look to introduce
'My son-in-lawthe bookie'!"
Poor Sara didn't have th;ngs
too eisy. "I never had to fight
for my honor." she told someone
about the boys in her life. "I had
to keep them trom copying me
on exams!"
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be featured.
Children's programs will include ,
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Fridav. "a'crust 30, locg
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Israel Pipeline Could Make Suez Canal Obsolete
MOW ISRAEL i- to havi- its own "Suez
Canal." A huge oil pipeline \a to
be built, joining the Red Sea and the
> edilerranean. which will enable the
i. rge oil tankers to sail east to weal
v thout going all around Africa.
The Knes>et ha- already approved
(be project, which will involve an ex-
penditure of $100,000,000. The cost will
be defrayed by Israel Bonds, so ii you buy an Israel Bon
j >u can regard yourself as one of the .sponsors of
history making project
The pipeline will begin at Eilat on the Red Sea and
will terminate at Ashkelon on the Mediterranean.
Since the Six-Day War. Nasser has insisted that Is-
raeli ships must not pass through the Suez and Israeli
soldiers are sitting on the canal banks seeing to it that
nobody uses it unless everybody can. Oil tankers have
been forced to go all around the world to travel from
east to west, but with the new Israeli pipeline, it will be
possible for even the big tankers to ship their oil via the
new route and it will be less expensive ,
When peace is restored and the Suez opens op
for business the Suez will have less business Nassi
he has too much time on his hands, could take up
hobby. Or he might make u study shoving.how hi-
of exclusion of Israel ships from the Suez worked ;
detriment of hi* own countryfuture historian- would nj
doubt value that.
We recall the words of a great Swedish statesman
who once bade his son. "Go out into the world and see
with what little wisdom the world is governed."
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAl
Leaders Take ("lose Look Al Zionism
N
EGRO intellectuals are looking
up the story ot Zionism, re-
reading the saga ol Israel'- birth.
talking sp ritedlj about auto-
emancipat
The prime ;--ui has been com-
munity control. Blacks know their
metropolitan turf New leaders
would demand quality now and
equality later. Long denied the central right of rul-
ing over their destinies, blacks arc fiercely deter-
mined not only to tell it like it is. but to make i1
different from what it's been Says Stokely Car
michacl: "Blacks must set the climate in black com-
munities through organizations like the United
Front And with money coming in from govern-
ment and private sources, the distribution and use
of the new coin is important to the United Front in
even large city.
A -trongcr separation beckons many of the new
Highlights In Sports
JESSE SILVER
Ken Holtzman
KEN HOLTZMAN, the 22-year-oid lefthander who
-hares his time with the Chicago Cubs and the
Illinois National Guard, was 5-7 on the season be-
fore he got squared away with three straight shut
out- ll<- stopped the San FranciSCO Giant- on a
seven hitter. 20. the LOS Angeles Dodger- 1 0 on a
four-hitter and the St. Louis Cardinals Ml on a two-
hit job Holtzman called the St. Ix>uis victory his
best effort ever, lie gave up two singles and allowed
only two runner- a- jar as second base. The shutouts
were the first ol Holtzman s career
Outfielder Norm Miller has also been -pending
time with the National Guard, as well as with Okla-
homa City ol the Pacific Coast League Two
other Pacific Coast players, pitcher Larry Sherry
and outfielder Rich Scheinblum were brought up
lo the major league.-, but both were returned after
brief trial- ... In the minor leagues. Portland as-
signed catcher Al Diamond to Reno Mickey
Abarbanel is pitching again after being sidelined
with an injured foot Jerry Bark, a southpaw
pitcher, is working with Raleigh -Durham of the Car-
olina League Shortstop Steve Richman quit the
Auburn Twins after live games. Personal reasons
... Ed Goklstone. Yale's big third baseman, signed
a pro contract with the Philadelphia Phillies
Former U. Ol Maryland pitcher Mike Herson das
signed by the Baltimore Oriole- and assigned to
their Miami farm in the Florida State League .
Stteve Ogin ol Miami Beach and I-SI' signed with
the A'lanta Braves and is playing with Twin Falls
Idaho (Pioneer League) Charles Bionfman of
the Seagram Distilleries is trying to straighten out
the difficulties of the Montreal franchise ol the Na
tional League He i- one of the new club's major
backers The Rochester Bed Wing- of the Inter
national League will rename their stadium in honor
Ol Morrie Silver, who i- retiring as president, gen-
eral manager and treasurer, giving his health as the
reason for his stepping down Former star play-
er Al Rosen ha- been elected a member ol the
Cleveland Indian- board ol directors
Sandy Koufax was back i" a baseball uniform
recentlyfor the Oldtimers Game in San Francisco
The great lefty hurled a scoreless inning M the
(iiants stopped the Dodger ancients in a three Inning
game. 2-0. The Baseball Hall ol Fame has announced
that it has acquired the rubber innertube used by
Koufax when he was undergoing ice pack treat
ments Oldtime Dodger lake Pltler died in
February. A first base coach for the old Brooklyn
Dodgeri from 1947 through 1957, he helped develop
many Dodger- great- He ua- born in New York
City and grew up in Pittsburgh A minor leaguer for
many year-, he became a minor league manager
after playing major league baseball with the Piratc-
in 191718 During his baseball career. Pitler nevei
appeared at the park on Kosh Hashonah or Yom
Kippur A popular figure in Brooklyn. Pitler was
given two nights" by the fan- The contributions
in 1953 went to establish a play therapy room for
disabled children in Brooklyn's Beth-El Hospital.
leaders. Some look for a Black state. Could it be
that America's 51-t state (color it black for indi-
viduality! will consist of two dozen central cities -
heart of Washington zooming up to two-thirds black.
New York City's more than 1,000.000 Negroes Chi
cago close to a million, the lug aggregations in
Philadelphia and Detroit? Cenus bufl- insist that
the 1!)70 figures will startle the nation
The gains in black status the past five years an
many and encouraging. Business ha- awakened to at
least a part of its responsibility and is seeking out
black- for good Stall jobs. There is a clear break
through in the teaching of Negro history, rid of the
short changing and missed opportunities of the past
Thousand- of whites in the Held ol education are in
a race to develop quality instruction for blacks Mrs
Elizabeth I) Koontz. a North Carolina junior high
school teacher, has just become the first Negro to
he elected president of the influential National Edu-
cation Association.
Who and what are responsible for the gains'"
One answer is Martin Luther King, martyred in
the cause of non violent protest Rap Brown and
Stokely Carmichael dispute Dr King's strategy, and
their devotee* would tell you that only disorder and
rumbling and violence alone produce advances.
We who are white and long ago were told to
take a seat in the corner can't tell for sure until all
the returns are in. Meanwhile, the strong pull among
many of u- is to agree with Bayard Rustin, who
urges his colleagues not to maintain a separatist
determination but to work constantly for economic
and social programs uplifting all the poorNegroes
included.
Mr Rustin make- a special plea for the ele<
ol an enlightened Congress That's where the power
is. as we -hall surely see when the ballot- are count-
ed and new lawmakers take their seats
Our Film Folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
The Adventurers
PRODUCER Joseph E Levin, i-
i nov "\olved i" productioi
IJ "Tl ers" and "Stiletl
from the pen ol novelist Hi
bins a tthor of "The Cai |
baggers.' Nevada Smith
"VI here I ivc Has Gone I
directed b> Lewis Ciilher. V'l'he \
____ venturers" will contrast "jet set
me a. N ,i.i poverty ol an emerging south American
republic, showing a revolution sequence to be 1
on location in Bogota and Cartagena. Colombia
story of the inner working- ol an internatio
crime syndicate, "Stiletto" mill goon location inLas
Vegas, Miami and New York Bernard Kowalski is
directing. Alex Cord stars as Count Cardinal!
Assal Dayan, 22-year-old son ol Israeli defense
minister Moshe Dayan, play- the central characl
in John Huston's "A Walk with Love and Death
now before the camera- on location in Austria rhe
20th Century-Fox production co-stars the directoi -
own daughter. 16 year old Anjelica Huston, who is
making her screen debul In the picture
Selig J. Seligman is the executive producer
Raymond Stross the producer ol "The Midas Run,
completed in Italy and England. British actre-s Anne
Heywood (Mrs. Strossi i- surrounded by Fred As
taire. Richard Crenna. Sir Kalph Richardson, Roddy
McDowell and Claude Dauphin
Alan Jay Lerner announces that his forthcoming
Broadway musical. "Coco." based on incidents in
the life ot Pans fashion designer loco Chanel and
starring (Catherine Hepburn, will be made into a
movie b) Paramount immediately after the New
York engagement Book and lyric- are by Lerner.
who is al-o producer: music is supplied by Andrew
Pievin
Stuart Rosenberg is directing "The April Fo
starring Jack Lemmon Charles Boyer and Cathei
Deneuve. French actres-. and a starring one ol
youngest comedians to come lo the top during the
past>year in the madcap yarn.
The late Martin Melcher produced "With Six
You Gel Eggroll." an enchanting, wholesome fa
comedy which stars his wife, Doris Da)
Between You and Me: By BORIS SM0LAR
Israel Is Only Really 'Jewish' Issue
THE LIKES and dislikes of the
average Jewish voter are based
not only on the attitudes of the
candidate toward issues which
have a direct effect on Jews, but
also on general issues in which
.lews are a- much interested as all
other American citizens. This can
be expected also in the forthcom-
ing Presidential elections In fact, there are no BJM
cific Jewish Issues in the present election campaign
The only specific i-sue in which American Jewry
i- displaying special interest i> the attitude of the
IS government toward Israel within the frame-
work of the American foreign policy
The Republican platform adopted at the conven-
tion in Miami Beach is favorable to Israel, However,
there is one important point missing in the Republi-
can commitment on the Israel Issue Jewish leaders
who appeared before the resolutions committee a"
the convention emphasized two major points on
which they sought Republican support: (1) the
supply of supersonic planes to Israel to deter Arab
aggression,'and <2i the call for direct negotiations
to settle all outstanding issues. On the first point
they received the support they requested; the sec
ond point was entirely ignored.
As friendly as it i- to Israel, the Administration
is not inclined to back Israel's insistence on direct
Arab-Israel talks. In fact, it is quietly requesting
Israel to yield on this point, believing that the Arab-
will never agree to face-to face negotiations with
Israel and considering negotiations through a medi-
ator an easier way to bring results. It hack all of
Israel's conditions except the condition for direct
talk-. On this it want- Israel to Ik- "flexible "
The position of the United States on this point
i- not understood in Israel. Many Israelis are un
easy because they fear that in talks with the Arabs
through a third party, the U.S will bring pressun
In bear on Israel to make concessions.
On the oiher hand. Israelis themselves are now
toying with all sorts ol formulas lor settlement il
the Arabs. They realize that in the face of continued
Arab terrorism and of constant threats of militan
Arab revanckistS, there seem to be no prospect- ol
peace in the near future Instead of peace, they
therefore now talk about security, with guarantees
both to Israel and to the Arabs
In practical terms this means that Israelis are
now coming around to thinking in terms of creating
strategically delended borders lor security rather
than political borders for peace For security ar
rangemenls, direct negotiations with the Arabs are
desirable, but not crucial Security arrangement-
can be made through third parties, provided thai
security is properly guaranteed.
Nobody in the Israeli Cabinet has yet said any
thing authoritative on the subject, but there have
been many private trial balloons which indicate 1-
rael would agree to adjustments providing that mili-
tary security guaranteed for Israel and also that
Israel is assured freedom of navigation through the
Suez Canal and the Straits of Tiran.
It is clear that whatever other adjustments are
made by Israel. Jerusalem will not be divided again
but will remain under primarily Jewish control
This is an emotional issue as well as a security
matter. In general, her withdrawal from any terri-
tory is contingent upon its demilitarization to pre
vent hostile Arab action from originating there.


1
Friday. August 30, 1968
^JtWitii Fkridfinun
Paqe 15-A
Israel Drops
Leaflets On
Jordanians
Continued From Pag* 1-A
In bomb shelters throughout the
day.
The Jordanians were reported to
have started the fight with a mor-
tar attack on Israeli units in the
Neveh Vr area. Israeli return fire
>ilenced their guns but the mortar
attack was resumed against Maoz
Chaim, against drawing Israeli re-
turn fire. Another Jordanian at-
tack was made about the same
time against Kfar Ruppin and Ash-
dot Yaacov. Israeli gunners scored
direct hits on Jordanian positions
in Haharajim, Shiekh Housein.
Manshiyeh and the agricultural
school at Shiekh Mouhamed which
Jordanian soldiers had turned into
a base.
Just north of Jericho this week,
five Arab saboteurs were killed
and two were captured in a clash
with an Israeli patrol. One of the
prisoners was wounded in the en-
counter. Two of the Israeli soldiers
were also injured. The patrol spot-
ted the saboteurs in a hou^c a
military spokesman said, and came
under heavy fire as they approach-
ed. The house yielded three hand
grenades, three double bazooka
stielis and seven Russian-made Ka-
lachnikoll a-sault guns and four
magazines for each.
East European Jewish Kids Enjoy
JDC Summer Camp Holiday
NEW YORK Over 13.000 Jew- camp on the Adriatic, near Du-
ish children and young people en- brovnik. which is run by the Fed-
joyed vacations this summer in eration of Yugoslav Jewish Com-
camps subsidized by the Joint Dis- munities. The camp served over
tributionCommittee in seven coun-
tries in Europe, North Africa and
Iran, it was announced this week
by Louis D. Horwitz, JDC Direc-
tor-General.
As a new development, Mr. Hor-
witz noted that this year's camp-
ers included 37 young Jews from
East European countries. They
stayed at a children's and youth
300 children and young people dur-
ing the summer months. Among
skirts of Paris.
This year it is serving 296 ch '
dren between the ages of six ar
14. Most of the children come fro
very poor families living in sta-
tions of Paris with a high concc i
the campers from Eastern Europe tration of North African Jews. If.
were 31 young people from Czech-
oslovakia, and two from Rumania.
U. S. Report Terms
Israel Outlook 'Good'
By Special Report
TEL AVIV -The outlook for
investment opportunities in Israel
is promising," according to an in-
duction there sub-assemblies
complex equipment."
of
"In Yugoslavia the program of
activities stresses sports and Jew-
ish culture, rather than religious
, activities," Mr. Horwitz said. Adult
members of the Yugoslav commu-
nity come during the summer to
give special lectures and conduct
discussions on Jewish subjects
which are usually on a very high
level."
The JDC leader said he was
happy that it has been possible
this summer to resume the camp
in.-j programs in Morocco and Tu-
nisia which were interrupted in
1967 because of the unsettled con-
ditions that followed the Six-Day
War.
they can. they pay two lrancs (A0
cents) a day. but many famili -
cannot afford even this much.
In Morocco, over 1.000 children,
mostly from the ghettos of Casa-
U.S. Israel Wheat Pact
WASHINGTON (JTA) The
United Siatcs agreed this week to
finance shipjnent of 2.66 million
bushels of wheat to Israel under a
Jons-term dollar credit agreement
negotiated as part of the United
Slates' Food for Peace Program.
Officials said the agreement was
signed at the State Department.
The deal covers $4.4 million in
financing for wheat or wheat flour
and $200,000 for ocean shipping
costs.
Reviewing past accomplishments,
the L'.S. document comments: "Is-
ternal revenue report prepared by j racl has compiled an impressive
the U.S. Embassy here. |record of economic performance
_, I in its two decades since indepen- ,
The report says: For purposes (k,ncl, B a(1(li Wcstern tcchnol. blanca and Marrakesh. spent from
of the new LS. controls on direct and .kn0w.how. t0 abundant ,wo ,0 {our w*s in six JDC-
investment, Israel is defined as a
developing country within the
meaning of the Interest Equaliza-
tion Tax Law. As noted in the past,
a particular opportunity exists for
tarns that would find it feasible to
use Israel as a base lor exporting
lo other markets products assem-
bled in Israel from American proc-
esses. Another opportunity exists
lor firms willing to produce them-
l selves in Israel, or license lor pro-
ogy
supplies of capital and labor, Israel I
has successfully conquered a reta-
in cly hostile economic environ-
ment, to provide its people with a I
continually improving standard of
living. The trade gap is still large
in absolute terms, and the country
depends a great deal on imported i
capital. At the same time, exports '
as a percentage of imports have i
been steadily rising over the years i
from 11 percent in 1949 to approx- j
imately 70 percent in 1967.
"The prospects for expanded
U.S. exports to Israel are quite
good. They should increase as the
economy picks up steam. Ameri-
can goods will, of course, cost more
supported camps, Mr. Horwitz said.
Operated by local committees with
(he Lubavitch, Ozar Hatorah and
Alliance Israelite Univeiselle
school systems, four of the camps
are on the seashore and two are
in the Atlast .Mountains. In Tu-
nisia, a day-camp on the outskirts
of Tunis provided Bummer holi-
days for 250 children.
JDC receives funds for this and
j other programs Irom the United
Jewish Appeal campaigns
Mr. Horwitz pointed out that the
largest number of Jewish summer
camps in Europe arc in France.
j JDC funds help support a network
, of camps run by the Fonds Social
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Kahbinate Okays
Heart Transplant
Surgery Jn Israel
JERUSALEM-Chief Rabbi Isser in terms of local currency because ; Jujf Unifie lh(, ,.pn French
Yehuda Unterman opened the way ,'" tne 1!ltt7 devaluation. Custom Jewfeh jocj,! welfare organiiation,
for heart transplants in Israel this j "*. however, have been low-jand m,.mbt,r agencies. Collec-
week when he issued a ruling that j WO somewhat already, and fur-1 fivc,y thoy providcd vacations for
such surgery was in accordance : thl'r cuts wl" ""low as the Ken- ncar|y jo.ooo children and voung
with Halachah (Jewish religious : nedy Roun<1 reductions go ">to people this summer, manv nf'them '.
law). BCt, and additional action is I newcomers from North Africa.
Addressing a congress on Jewish i,aken on 1'bcral'za,lon Pr<>
gram. Investment opportunities There is a growing trend among
should be on the rise."' j,ne French Jewish social agencies
i toward meeting the needs of the
A total of 146 investment proj-
ccts are currently under consider-
ation by the Government Invest-
ment Center. These projects en-
visage a total of 271 million Israel
865-2353
730 Stvnty fint Stretl
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religious law. Rabbi Unterman
said that heart transplants would
j be in accordance with Halachah if
j ihere were a living recipient at
j hand but that organs could not be
kept in storage until a recipient
! turns up.
The transplant of organs has
been approved by the Orthodox
rabbinate on the principle of "pi-
kuach nefesh" which permits even
the desecration of the Sabbath in
case of danger to life.
So far, however, there have been
no transplant operations in Israel
involving vital organs, although
there have been corneal trans-
plants.
children of the many needy re-
cently arrived North African fami-
1 lies, through the creation or ex-
pansion of day camps which can be
operated at a very low cost in lo-
cales already available. Mr. Hor-
pounds and call for the creation of witz said. As an example, he cited
5.060 new jobs. Over half of the a day camp which lor some years
jobs and almost half of the invest- j has been operating on the prem-
ment would result from expansion \ isees of the I.ucien de Hirsch Ele-
ol existing enterprises. mentary Day School on the out
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Irvin Steinberg Is Elected
JWV National Adjutant
Irvin Steinberg, a past command-
.: of the Department of Florida of
tne Jewish War Veterans of the
U.S.A., and of the Abe Horrowitz
Post 682 of North Miami Beach,
was this week elected National
Adjutant of the JWV at the or-
ganization's national convention in
H illy wood.
Mr Steinberg served as vice
nairman of the national eonven-
:ion committee and has been a
-nember of the national executive
.ommittce of the organization for
i vi ral years.
Louis Deutsch of Hollywood was
elected to the national executive
committee from the fourth region.
A 20-year member of the JWV. Mr.
Deutsch is a past commander of
the Victor B. Freed man Po-t 813
and a past commander of the De-
,i it merit of Florida.
Fleeted vice commander of the
fourth region was David Pechenik.
a past commander of North Shore
Post 677 and an active member of
\V\ ior the past 32 years.
Charles Feuereisen of Oradell,
N.J., was elected national com-
mander of the organization. Elect-
ed judge advocate was Bernard
I Direnfeld, an attorney from Cleve-
land, Ohio.
Commander Feuereisen served
(with the 511th Parachute Infantry,
-lth Airborne Division and re-
iceived the Bronze Star, Silver Star,
Purple Heart and Distinguished
|l"nit Citation. He has served on
tall echelons of JWV, as a charter
' member of the North Bronx. Asher
^Post 226. JWV Post 773 in Oradell.
and past commander of the Ber-
gen County Council, Department of
New Jersey. 3rd Region, and as
chairman of the TriState Action
Committee of New York, New Jer
*ey and Connecticut.
A member of the national execu-
tive committee of JWV for many
years, he has been chairman of the
foreign affairs committee, where
he served as delegate to the Inter-
national Conference of Jewish War
Veterans in London and observer
for the Presidents' Conference of
Major Jewish Organizations to the
fifth Plenary Session of the World
Jewish Congress in Brussels.
The JWV representative to the
American Jewish Conference on
Soviet Jewry, representative to
NCRAC Commission on Interna
tional Community Relations Con-
sensus, he is a past president of
the Food Industry Lodge, B'nai
B'rith.
Honored as the Outstanding Vet-
eran of 1967. Mr. Direnfeld is ad-
mitted to practice in the Ohio
Supreme Court and the United
States Supreme Court. He is an in-
structor of law and holds the de
gree of Doctor of Law: he is a
member of the American Trial
Lawyer; Association and an asso-
ciate member of the National
Council of Juvenile Court Judges.
A member of the Paul A. Rosen-
I blum Post 44. Cleveland, for over
20 years, he has served at all eche-
I Ions, including judge advocate of
the Post, County, Department and
Fifth Region. He is a past com
mander of Cuyahoga County, De
partment of Ohio and Fifth Region
A member of the National Exec
itive Committee for several years
ne has served on the national budg-
et, resolutions, constitution and
policy committees and was chair-
man of the national board of in-
quiry and director of the National
Shrine to the Jewish War Dead.
Mr Direnfeld served with the
Army Air Force in England.
France, Belgium. Holland and Ger-
many and was decorated by the
American and Belgian govern-
ments.
"drewislh Floridian
fliami, Florida, Auoust 30 1968
Section 9
Mesivta Capacity Enrollment Seen
The Mesivta Senior High School
>f Greater Miami will start its fall
term on Tuesday with a capacity
enrollment of 10th. 11th and 12th
graders in a full program of He-
Drew and general studies, it was
announced this week by Moses
Grundwerg. president.
Also known as the Louis Mer
ffitzer High School, the Mesivta
is located at 1965 Alton Rd., Miami
Beach.
Mr. Grundwerg said that local
families have provided accommo-
dation for the many out-of-town
and foreign students attending the
New Kindergarten Opens
At Temple Emanu-EI
A new kindergarten class for
five-year-olds will open at Temple
Emanu-EI Tuesday. Sept. 3. ac-
cording to an announcement made
by Mrs. Naomi B. Brandeis, super
visor of the Nursery Kindergarten
Department.
This class is in addition to the
regular classes for younger chil-
dren and will use Montessori aids
in an accelerated program.
Mesivta.
Rabbi Berel Wein, recently ap-
pointed chairman of the Mesivta
faculty, said that the institution
had obtained the services of out-
standing educators in the academic j
and Torah departments of the
school for the coming year.
"The program." he said, "is de-
signed to prepare the Jewish teen-
ager with a mastery of and insight
into the world of Torah learn.
-nd scholarship along with a su-
perior academic program
Rabbi Alexander Gross, princi-
pal, announced that for the firsl
lime this year, the ninth grade of
ebrew studies would be shifted
from the Hebrew Academy Junior
High School to the Mesivta.
He stressed tnat the quality of
Ihe instruction in the Mesivta will
"continue lo prepare the -Indents
for advanced study at the finesl in-
stitutions of higher learning in the
country "
RABBI BfRR WtIN
The Mesivta is the only school i United States offering a yeshiva
in the southeastern part of the program for teenagers.
Jewish Schools Open
for 12,000 Youngsters
More than 12,000 Jewish chil-
ren are expected to be on hand
hen the 40 Jewish schools in the
reater Miami and Hollywood
teas start the new school year on
lit -day
Albrt E. Ossip, president ,f the
ureau of Jewish Education, re
orted that half of the total will
[ registered in the one-day-a-week
ihools. with most of the others
iNeed To Believe'
Is Theme of Series
A series entitled, "The Need to
lelieve." featuring personalities
the local rabbinate and the aca-
emic field will be presented as
art of the Adult Education Pro-
pa m of Beth David Congregation
luring the coming season, it was
nnounced this week by the con-
gregation's Adult Education Com-
cBiittee. The speakers will analyze
She concept of belief, its makeup
^nd effects.
Other adult education events
ill consist of classes, panel d;scus-
ions and lectures on all phases of
ewish religion, surveys of Jewish
history, books of the Bible and He-
brew as well as courses in parent-
Child relationships, mental health
nd Jews in many land?.
The first phase of the program
nil begin in mid-September and is
!>pen to the community.
Temple Sinai Fall Te m
I The Fall term o' the Temple
inai Religious School begins Sun
Bay Sept. 8. The weekly classe-
jom 9 a.m. to 1 p.m will be con-
fccted at the John F K n'edv
or High School. 1075 NE 167th
D.-lh Miami beach.
attending afceruoon Hebrew and
pre-school departments.
The first classi. of the one-day
a-week departments are scheduled
io i.e held on S-.-pt. 7 or Sept. 8.
The Bureaus Central Hebrew
High School will hold its first ses-
sions during the week of Sept. 15.
j providing classes for graduates of
I the junior high school departments
of all Jewish schools
Mr. Ossip called on Jewish par-
ents to enroll their children early,
preferably starting with kinder-
garten so that their education "will
be based on a firm foundation in
their most impressionable years."
He tressed the need for inten-
sive Jewish education in terms of
class hours per week "to make it a
irue living experience.
"At the same time," he added,
Jewish education should be long
enough in terms-tif years, to allow
him to grow with hi; schooling and
to give him a chance for real emo-
tional, intellectual and social de
velopment."
The im poll a nee of "Jewish con-
lent and atmosphere in the home,
in the clubs, summer camps and
extra school activities" was also
emphasized by Mr. Ossip.
The basic component; of a Jew-
ish school curriculum were out-
lined tnis week by Louis Schwartz-
"man. executive director of the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education.
Mr. Schwartxman listed these
as: Jewish tradition and observ-
ances, Jewish ethics and religion,
Hebrew language, Jew ,h history.
Jewish literature, music and art,
and Ihe teaching of positive atti-
udes toward Jewish life and to
ward the issues facing the world
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Friday. Auc\_s- y_
Workmen's Circle Southern District
Slates Labor Day Conference Here
The 49*.n annual conference of
th<- Southern District of the Work
men's Circle convenes Friday for a
Labor Day weekend meeting at the
A.-.crs Hotel. 2555 Collins A\e
Miami Beach, according to an an-
nouncement made by Max Gleiber-
man of Miami Beach. District sec-
retary, and Harry Schuldiner. who
b chairman of the local arrange
men's committee
VS. Representative Claude Pep-
per will greet the delegates at the
opening bu-me-, session at 10 a m
Sunday.
Scheduled to bring greetinss
from local governments are Mayor
Jay Dermer of Miami Beach, and
Chuck Hall, mayor of Metropolitan
Dade County. Edward A. Stephen-
son, president of the Dade County
Federation of Labor, will also be
present.
Bernard Backer, vice president
of the national organization, and
a member of the Board of Direc-
tor-., will be a guest speaker during
conference, as will William Stern,
representative of the Jewish Labor
Committee.
Festivities planned include a
gathering to welcome delegate.-
and guest- on Friday evening, a
night club party Saturday night,
and a farewell luncheon Monday.

Club EvargUd**, Workmen's Cir-
cle Branch 1050. scheduled its first
meeting of the Fall sea.son for 8
p.m. Tuesday at the Coral Gables
Federal Bank. 2561 Ponce-de-Leon
Blvd.
Reports of delegates to the
Southern District conference will
be heard and program recommen-
dation- presented by the Planning
Committee.
First meeting of the season of
10,000 Expected
To Attend Fascell
Labor Day Picnic j
More than 2300 senior citizens
will be among the thousands of
South Floridians who will partici-
pate in the annual Fascell Labor
Day Picnic at Crandon Park on
Monday. The senior citizens will
converge on Parking Area 2 aboard
chartered buses from Robert King
High Towers, Sen. George Smath-
ers Plaza and Verrick Park in Co-
conut Grove, starting at 11 a.m.
Organizers of the picnic, the
traditional Labor Day event in
South Florida for the past 19 years.
say that more than 10,000 persons
will attend the affairincluding
top-ranking public officials and
candidates, led by former Gov. Le-
Roy Collins, who is now running
for the U.S. Senate.
The All-Democratic blast marks
the kick-off of Congressman Dante
Fast-ell's campaign for reelection,
and is his salute to the working
men and women of the community,
state and nation.
Rabbi Chapman Is Acting Director
Of Local United Synagogue Region
MAX SUItHTMAN
The Workmen's Circle. Branch
10*4 of North Dade and Broward
Counties, is set for Wednesday eve-
ning at the Washington Federal
Bank Auditorium. 699 N'E 167th
St. at 8 p.m.
Delegates will report on the La-
bor Day weekend district confer-
ence at Miami Beach and a full-
length feature film will be -hown.
Mey*r London Branch 21 meets
at 8 p.m. on the first and third
Friday ol each month at the Miami
Beach Federal Savings Bank. 755
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach
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Branch 6t2 meets at 1 p.m. on
the first and third Thursdays of
each month at 25 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach.

Vladecb Branch 699 holds 1 p.m
meetings on the first and third
Thursdays of each month at 1545
SW 3rd St.
a
Branch 1059 meets on the third
Saturday of each month at 8 p.m.
in the Washington Federal Bank,
1133 Normandy Dr.. Miami Beach.
Rabbi Monii B Chapman will
assume bjj dotiea as acting re-
gional director of the Southeast
ion of the United Synagogue
thi- weekend. Spiritual leader of
Congregation B'nai Israel of St
Petersburg. Rabbi Chapman will
undertake thi- assignment in addi-
tion to hi< regular congregation
work for a ten-month period while
Rabbi Allen Rutchik. the full-time
executive director is on a leave
of absence
Rabbi Chapman's *ork will con-
sist of coordinatng the programs
of the 50 Conservative congrega-
tion- constituting the Southeast
I Region of the United Synagogue in
the states of Alabama. Florida.
Georgia. South Carolina and Ten-
nessee Acting codirector is Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz of Temple Me
norah. Miami Beach, who will be
in charge of the youth work for
the region.
Rabbi Chapman served as the
i first regional director on a part-
time basis some ten years ago for
II three-year period. At that time
he helped develop a program that
made pos-ible the opening of a
full time office in Miami Beach entire United Synagogue i-
under the direction of Rabbi up of more than i 150 coi
Rutchik 'ins comprising the
novement.
The Southeast B one of
21 areas into which the national Phillip Schiff of Miam
United Synagogue is divided. The ,10ml president
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I. S. Flags Gift
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Newly-inducted citizens of the
United States will receive a gift of
an American flag at a ceremony
at 9:30 am Friday. Aug. 30. in
the Main Postoffice in downtown
Miami.
In charge of the presentation
'. will be Manny Su-sman, cochair-
1 man of the Community and Citi-
zens Affairs committee of the
South Florida Council. B'nai B'rith.
who sponsor the project monthly.
The Council plans to distribute
American flags also on "Citizens'
I Night" scheduled to take place in
Bayfront Park Tuesday. Sept. 17.
Temple Ner Tamid
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*Je*ist rhrkfion
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Page 3-B
Beth Sholom Names
Educational Director
Harvard Graduate Is Club Speaker
Mi yn E. Levin has been ap-
point-. by Temple Beth Sholom.
Miain Beach, as administrator of
iis Religious School, according to
an i. louiicenu'nt by Jack If.
Fink, temple president.
Mi Levin is a graduate of Ohio
State niveiity. having received
his I degree in Education in
Mt Sinai Hospital
Slates Graduation
I Of Practical Nurses
Gr< at ion exercises of the
IMoun. Sinai Hospital School of
ll'rai-' Nursing were scheduled
Jto be held at 8 p.m. Thursday in
the I.' is K Wolfeon Auditorium of
the ho-pital. The 48 graduates will
lie thi 27th class to complete a
bourse .n practical nursing simi-
le s< ml was founded in 1951.
Stau and nationally accredited.
Ihe si "ol. under the aegis and
iponsi -hip of the Auxiliary of
Roum Sinai Hospital, maintains a
cult) Of five, with Mrs. Carmen
Jo ?raci .. 1 Nursing, in charge
I Leonard L. Abess. vice chair-
tan o: the Board of Trustees, will
%'eleo;. e tho I Lewnson, past president of the
Auxilii y and chairman of th>
School advisory committee, will
pie-id' Alvin Goldberg, associate
direct ; of Mount Sinai, will con-
fratul; :e the graduates.
Cue- speaker will be Mrs. Etta
B Schmidt. L.P.N.. M.A., execu-
tive director of the National Fed-
eration of Licensed Practical
Nurse.- Inc.
1951. He also holds a Master's de-
;ree in Education from Kentucky
State University, which he received
in 1955.
Mr. Levin received his religious
school training in Cleveland. Ohio.
He has taken additional courses
toward a doctorate degree at West-
ern Reserve University, Cleveland.
Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pa.,
.i- well as Boston University.
A Marine Corps veteran. Mr.
Levin has had experience in teach-
ing and administration in Jewish
Education in various temples
throughout the country. At present
he is assistant principal at Glade-
view Elementary School and he
has served as program coordinator
and director of camps and day
camps in this area for several
sears.
The following teachers will be
on the statt headed by Mr. Levin:
Miss Shula Hen David, Mrs. Klayne
Cohen. Mr-. Gladys Diamond. Miss
Iris Enteen. Norman Enteen. Mrs.
Lea Piksel, Mrs Sandra Goldman.
Hyman Goldstein, Miss Nettie
Goldstein. Miss Paula Grossman.
Mrs. Emily Grunwald. Dr. Joel
lleynian, Mr-. Celia Huber. Irving
.lacoby. Mrs. Anita Koppele. Ger-
ald Koppele. Eliyhoh Levy. Miss
Carole Siegel and Mrs. Sylvia
Woolf.
Hebrew classes at Beth Sholom
will start Tuesday at 3:30 p.m.
and general Rel'igious School class-
es will start on Saturday. Sept. 6.
and Sunday. Sept. 7.
Gerald Serotta was to be guest
speaker at the Miami Beach Exec-
utive Club luncheon meeting at
the Embers Restaurant on Thurs
lay. A 1968 Harvard graduate,
Gerald was the Executive Club's
"Youth of the Month' in 1964.
when he was a senior at Miami
Beach Senior High School, where
he was president of the Student
Council.
Gerald, whose parents are Dr.
and Mrs. Maurice Serotta, 5014
l.akeview Dr.. is a native Miamian.
His family has lived in
Beach since 1949.
Miami
Gerald, who earned a Bachelor of
Arts degree, cum laude. in Social
Relations, is enrolled at Hebrew
union College-Jewish Institute of
Religion in New York, where he is
studying for the rabbinatea five-
year course of study leading to
ordination. He was to be welcomed
to the Miami Beach Executive
Club by Mori Fremon. program
chairman. Joel P. Newman, presi-
dent, and Dr. Jerome Berke, co-
ordinator^ "Youth ol the Month."
Nflmrm t. levin
Beth David Plans Class
For Retarded Children
A Sunday School class for men-
' tally retarded and orthopedically
handicapped children will be initi-
ated in September at Beth David's
Religious Schools, located at 7500
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The educational program of the
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terms Sept. 3. consists of Nursery-
Kindergarten. Primary Grade. He-
brew Department and Confirma-
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a program of creative dramatics.
art appreciation, advanced record-
er and interpretative dancing.
The school is accredited by the
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Rosh Hashanah Begins Sunday Evening, September 22nd
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI
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Sept. 8 In Chicago
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Vote On Housing Plan
Ratification of a plan to build
and operate a 150-unit. non-profit
housing project, approved by the
Board of Directors of the Greater
Miami Section, National Council of
Jewish Women, will be asked from
the 2400 member i at an open
I card meeting scheduled for 10
a.m. Wednesday in Jordan Marsh's
downtown auditorium
This action is necessary to pave
the way for the Council to submit
Nurse Training Scholarship
The Coral Gables Convalescent
Home has awarded its first schol-
arship for licensed practical nurse
training to Ruby Brown, a nurses'
aide at the institution, it was an-
nounced this week by Ferdinand
H. Rosenthal. president.
Chip-In' Dance At Saxony
Herb Levine's "Chip-In" Dance
will be held from 8 p.m. to 1:30
a.m. Friday. Sept. 6. at the Saxony
Hotel. Miami Beach.
a bid on Oct 15 for a pa. eel o*
land available in an uroan renewal
aiea. The Council mu-it also get ap-
proval from the Federal govern-
ment to act as a hous ng spon-or.
A report on the proposed project
will be giver, by Mrs. Maurice
Rich, housing consultant, before
the vote is taken, according to Mrs.
Irving Wexler, pre-ident of the
Greater Miami Section. NCJW. A
question and answer period will
follow her report.
The Board action was taken ear-
lier this month with the encour-
agement of the Federal Housing
Administration and Dade County's
Department of Housing and Urban
Development.
"Our Council has always been
in the forefront of meeting human
needs in the community," Mrs.
Wexler said in explaining the or-
ganization's interest, "and decent
lousing is among the first and
most basic needs today."
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A major at;, rass o.i national and
international a.ia.is by Aithur J.
Goldberg will be the feature of the
opening evening pie ar) session of
he 54th Annual Convention ol Ha-
dassah, the Women's Zionist Or-
ganization of America, in Chicago
Sept. 8. according to Mrs. Philip F.
rhau, president, who will head the
Miami Beach Chapter's delegation
j the meeting
The Miami Beach Chapter will
send fiiteen deiegaU i to the con-
vention. They are scheduled to
leave for Chicago Sunday. Sept. 8.
The delegation will include, in ad-
dition to Mrs. Thau, the Meadames
Eva Blum. Rachel Brody, Evelyn !
Decky. Michael Feinstein, Sol j
Greenberg. William Kalmansonand j
Sam Ruban. group presidents; and !
Mesdames Morris Alpert. Edward j
Lear. Norman Meyers. Jennie Sa- j
met, Bin Sanderson. Dorothy Wat-
ten and Ben Zeigmund.
Ambassador Goldberg, former
Associate Justice of the U.S. Su-
preme Court and former head of
he U.S. MI*>on to the United Na- j
lions, will receive th coveted
Henrietta Szold Award, Hadassah's
highest tribute to an outstanding
man or woman, given for humani-
tarian service.
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Sharing the platform with Mr.
; Goldberg will be Mrs. Mortimer !
Jaccbson, national president of
t Hadassah, who has just returned
jrom an extended trip to Israel
where she hcaJed Hadassah's dele-
ft on to the World Zionist Con-
gress. In Israel -he saw again at
, lir^t hand the work that the var-
, ious Hadassah medicat and educa-
| !ion projecls had done in the year
following the Six-Day War.
The Israeli Ambassador to the
United States, Gen. Yitzhak Rabin.
will deliver the major address at
the annual banquet on Tuesday.
Sept. 10.
Two thousand delegates, repre-
senting Hadassah's 318.000 mem-
bers throughout the United States
and Puerto Ricothe largest Jew-
ish women's organization in the
worldwill attend the convention
which will be held at the Palmer
House through Sept. 11.
A special feature of the Conven-
1 tion will be an address by Bar-
oness Alixde Rothschild of France,
the head of Youtn Aliyah activities
in Europe. Ha.iassah is a major
supporter of Youth Aliyah. which
takes care cf the maintenance and
education of immigrant and uis-
advantaged children in Israel.
The largest individual Zionist or-
ganization in the world today. Ha-
,1a sah spends more than $10 mil-
lion annually on its undertakings.
In Israel. Hadassah conducts com-
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curative and preventive medical
Young Israel Registration
Opening day at the Religious
School and Pre-School classes at
; Young Israel of Greater Miami is
set for Tuesday. Sept. 3. Sunday
School classes begin on Sunday.
Sept. 8.
This year's curriculum will
stress not only Torah values but a ]
study of Hebrew, prayer, customs,
ceremonies, history and Jewish
songs, according to the school's
educational director. Rabbi Arnold
Richter
Registration is now underway at
the school office daily.
services, rehabilitation and educa-
tion of underprivileged Jewish
youth, and a land redemption pro-
gram.
In the United Stales. Hadassah
I a non-governmental organization
j accredited to the United Nations-
conducts an intensive American
Vffairs program through which
Hadas>ah members are kept in-
formed on vital community, state.
I national and international develop
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Friday. August 30 .368
... FOUR DIFFERENT GROUPS
The Alpha Epsilon Phi Alumnae Association
of Greater Miami is divided into four groups
(according to me). First there i> the old guard
like Mrs. Sidney Lewis. Mrs. I M Weinstein and
Mxi Jen Spirer Then there are in-bet weeners
like Mrs. Jerome Halpern and Mrs. Bart Cohen.
Next come the young matrons like Mrs. Paul
Marchand. Mrs. Fred Ober. Mrs Samuel (ir.i>
and Mrs. Steven Tobin. Last are the A.E.Phi's
in adorable maternity dresses. Each of the many
A F Phi's present at the home of the president.
Dorothy (Mrs. Martini Spector could be fitted
into one of these four categories.
Helping their mother serve at the gathering
were lisnghterg Roi and Ann. The centerpiece on
the buffet table was a watermelon basket, laden
with fruit balls, with the cutest little gourd fla-
mingos on toothpick legs. Among those present
were Mrs Norman Brown, who has been tapped
for Rho Lambda. Mrs Robert Marcus. Mr-. Mark
Roth, Mrs S Ronald Pallot (who looked about
ten years old in a mini mini). Mrs. Dan Preuss.
Mr- Howard Duchon iwho used to live here but
now makes her home in Richmond. Va.)
Mrs |ra Rnthfield. all in orange told Us she
takes ballet dancii tsons twice .> week She
also '."Id us the highlight of her
11 was a trip to \ York to see the Ru>-
sian Ballet Mrs Charles Ki iglick brought Okla-
homa Brownie:which were so good it was de
me them Miami Brownie- Co
there, with a broken nose and a
story to tell Seems husband Bob thinks flyii
erous so they took the Silver Meteor when
they left Miami intending to golf at Greenbriar
las) month. After the Silver Star collided with
Iheir train in Central Florida, Coleen hid to avoid
taken to the hospital, and the) went on to
Richmond before -he saw a doctor Needless to
say. they didn't get much golf in.
other soror- seen were Mr- Morton Stubbin-.
Mr- F Roy Weissei. Mrs Dennis Bookshe.-tor.
Mr- Edward Camner, Mrs Donald Friedman.
Mr- G. J Zahler. Mrs Clara Leonard. Mrs
Steven Falk. Mrs. Alfred Camner and Mrs How-
ard Hirsch.
SHOLOM FROM HELEN SHEVACH
In Tel Aviv she had lunch wilh Rabbi and
Mr- Leon Kronish and I-eo and Miriam Gard-
ner. She also visited with Leo Osheroff and his
family and Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Harris. And like
everyone else who has gone to Israel this year
she raved and raved. Then off she flew to Moscow
and Copenhagen. From London this flyingest
nurse will fly home.
THE LAST LAP
Dr. and Mrs. Leon Shalloway and their three
sons. David. Lester and Alan are on the last lap
of their 10.000-mile camping trip throughout
Southwest Canada and Northwest United States
On their sixth annual camping trip, they have
aces
covered 90 percent of all of the national parks
Included on this trip were a snowmobile ride on
a glacier in the ice fields of Jasper National Park
in Canada, a swim in the hot springs at Banff.
Besides that they got caught in a hailstorm in the
mountains of Utah, and picked fruit on their own
campsite in Zion National Park. Some trip!
HAPPY EVENTS AT CRYSTAL HOUSE
Minnette Wolf didn't go on a cruise tin- sum-
mer as she usually doestoo many happy events
in her family! She had a prenuptial dinner party
for grand-niece Ronni Weksler and her fiance.
Peter Bermont (their wedding will be held Sept. 1
at the Doral Country Clubi. Guests included Maria
W eksler and the bride's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Bernard B. Weksler. as well as Mrs. William
Allen Bermont. mother of the groom. Minnette
entertains at home, where her lovely apartment
in shades ot blue lends itself well to entertaining
Her son. Bud Aberman. is bringing his wife,
.lean, and children William and Barbara from
Gary. Ind.. for the wedding. They will >tay at the
Crystal Hou-e lor a week prior to the wedding.
Minnette also gave a dinner to honor her
-r.inddaughter. Jill Aberman. who enters Miami
Dade Junior College in the fall. Among the
present were Jill's parents, Carol and Jule
\ erman; her sisters Gail and Sandra: Mrs.
\. tvman dean <>f Drexel School: Dr Georse Neo
mann. Dr. John i.apukas and l)r Frank Fer-
nandez.
SAY GOODBY TO YOUR AUNTIES
Tina .Mr- Loui-i Rosenberg's French poodle,
Mimi, obediently barked his affectionate goodb)
to aunties Mis Olga Walsh, Mrs. Adelma Helman
and Mrs. Jeanne Roth-child as they left Mrs.
Rosenberg Four Ambassadors apartment where
they had been admiring the view and went down
to admire the food in the Falstaff Roominclud-
ing the luscious dessert Also seen in the dining
room were Lillian and Mark Roth. Iheir three
Paul. Barry and Allen, and the Burnett
Roths
THEY'RE CHANGING THE GUARD
AT BUCKINGHAM PALACE
But they're changing it without Ned and Doris
Rosen and their three children. Karen. Michael
and Beth. When Ned was a Fulbright Scholar at
the University of Ixmdon and Birkheck College,
they lived in Beth's native London. But now Ned
is teaching at the University of Miami and they
are living in sunny Miamia far cry from the
fog and wet of London (most of the time, that is).
In fact, they say Miami is a lot different from
the small college town where they lived before
going to London. Frances and Josef N Rosen.
Ned's parents, are excited beyond words to have
their son. an associate professor at Cornell Uni-
versity, and his family here.
Frances Lehman
French Film Preview
Benefits Youth Hostel
"The Two of IX" a French-made
movie which tells the story of the
friendship of a small Jewish boy
and an anti-Semitic French peas-
ant during the Nazi occupation of
France, will play a benefit pre
mierc performance at Wometco-
Carib Theatre Tuesday. Sept. 17.
Presented under Ihe auspices of
the American Jewish Congress, the
proceeds of the preview showing
will go to the Louise Waterman
Wise Youth Hostel.
Tickets may be ptircha-ed at the
American Jewish Congress office.
Room 714. Congress Bldg., Ill NE
2nd Ave Miami.
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Promote Direct
Arab-Israel Talks
PARIS fJTA) The Committee
for French-Israel Solidarity an-
nounced this week that it will or-
ganize a series of public meetings
in French cities and town to ad-
vocate direct peace talks between
Israel and the Arab slates and to
influence the French Government
to resume its former friendly re-
lation- with Israel.
Fricdrich Salomon, chairman of
the committee, said the fir.-t meet
ing would take place on Sept. 25
in Paris and would be addressed
by Raymond Triboulet. a (iaullist
deptitv and former minister and by
Jacqoes Mereitr, a Gaullist.
He said the Government will be
urged to lift il- embargo on the 50
Mirage jet planes which Israel
bought in France in view of the
threats against Israel's existence
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Fridcy, August 30, 1968
1
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Paqe 7-B
Royal Atlantic Condominium Reports
Unprecedented Beachfront Unit Sales
D(..i Blumsnthal, creative di-
Hecto.- has been appointed vice
Eres cient by Hume. Smith, Mic-
elbeuy, Miami advertisinq
Oaor.:v. He formerly held simi-
le i costs at Grey, Gardner and
?3th: m-Laird aqencies in New
brk
Voters Are Urged
To Be Sure Of
Registration Status
1 A .AHASSKK Air you sure
yrju c -till ii'Ui-terod to vote?
It you don't vote regularly or if
yod l:...c moved within your county
duriM the past year, your name
ma> ve been removed from the
voter legist ration books without
yoti iu jware of it.
Sei'ctary ol St:ite Tom Adams.
mute's chief election office.
in a'es that there "may be more
(n J 1)0,000 people in Florida who
nk they are registered but are
rht reason, explains Adams, i*
that all County Supervisor; of Elec
tions purge their registration rolls
every two years to get rid of the
"dead wood.*'
Tin Supervisors conduct their
puiji either by mailing cards to
votert who have not voted in the
last two years or by mailing cards
to ev- :y one on their books
Bo if you didn't return >uch ;.
j"g< card to your Supervisor, you:
i< utoinatically was stricken
the rolls.
urge all voters who aren't
of their registration status to
ck with their Supervisor of
L'.. :is right away to make sure
still on the books."' >aid
Ims "especially if you haven't
ftd :n the past two years or
en'.ly moved to a new address
in your county.
JO"'unwise, you may be in foi
a *ur,. surprise when you go to
the i Is on November 5 to vote
for i -ident."
JThi Secretary of State said no
accun'e figures were available on
the m.uber of voters whose nanic^
have been removed from the rolls
in tl recent purge.
But we do know Uie number is
sixain? because there are less vot-
ers registered today than there .
were in 1964,- Adams said. "And '
durii.. the>e four years, the popula- |
tion <>.' Florida has increased by
sever.:! hundred thousand people i
and n.any of these have registered |
to vote."
In November, 1964, a total of :
2,501 46 persons were registered, i
y tr May primaries this year, I
She total had dropped to 2,487, 218.
'"i only answer for the decline i
Undc- ihese circumstances," said j
Adan.s -is that the names o: a
gi*at many citizens still living in
irio. have been stricken from
books.
"If >ou are in doubt of your vot-
registration status, you had
Iter hurry and find out if you
lit to be able to vote in Novem-
i. Tlie books close on October 5."
Leonard Schreiber, noted build-
er of such succ*4ful ore-.'' n*
I'oint Kasi and Marlon Gardens,
reports his newes. oe.cniruiii ......
lominiumthe Royal Atlantic, l'
ing constructed on the Ocean at
ith St.. Miami Beach is racking
up unprecedented sales,
"We are m the happy position of
xceeding even our most optimis
tic sales quota?." Mr. Schreiber
leclared. "In jusi three and a hall
weeks, we are 50 percent sold out!
ne hundred twenty families have
already signed up for apartments
.ii Royal Atlantic. This is a sales
record for condominiums, some-
thing that has never been done
before."
Mr Schreiber is not taking all
'he credit, however, "Many people
were presold on Royal Atlantic."
he said. "They liked Its location
right in the heart of Miami Beach,
with its big city conveniences and
all the glamour associated with it
Then. too_ they knew about our
reputation as builders in this area.
that we always offer real value.
vVhen they got to looking at the
.nodel of the building, this clinched
the sal. -. You might say our r i
i eptive planning paid off, We have
pointments in the apartment- plus
recreational facilities to make life
,iill and complete "
One ol the most significant fea-
tures at Royal Atantic is riparian
rights to a long, deep, Bandy white
ic< an beach.
Among luxurj features are pri-
vate terraces for each apartment,
controlled air conditioning and
heating, mater TV antenna, wall-
to-wall nylon carpeting with choice
of colors, eat-in kitchen, vinyl tile
kitchen floors. trash disposal
service elevators.
Royal Atlantic condominiums
will contain 238 units. Studio and
|-bedroom apartments are priced
from S13.J195. Monthly mainte-
nance, taxes and mortgage amorti-
zation combined can be as low as
SI 10.75 per month.
Need For School Complex
Topic of Congress Meet
Discussion of the need for an
educational complex on Miami
Beach will highlight the first sea
-onal meeting of the Aviv Chap
ler, American Jewish Congress, at
8 p.m Thursday, Sept. 5 at th
home "i Mrs Philip Singer, 7545
E Treasure Dr.
Speaking in lav or of the complex
Mil be Mrs. David Miller, a men;
ber of the Miami Beach Taxpayers
Association; the opposition will be
presented by Mrs Joseph Clein,
housewife and mother. Mrs Jerrj
Zeltzer, president ol the Avh ("hap
ler. will be 'he moderator.
Women between the ages of 20
in(I 30 are invited to attend
Labor Day Dance Event
The Miami Beach Tourist De-
velopment Authority ha- again
chosen Irving Pietrack and his or-
chestra to play from 8 p.m. to
midnight Saturday at Lincoln Mall
Rd. and Euclid Ave., Miami Beach,
for the annual Labor Daj dame
event
'Fiddler'Tickets Available
| ickets for a January, 1969 pres-
entation <>f "Fiddler on the Roof"
,,i Dade Countj Auditorium wi
.;. ailable tor a limited time from
the Sisterhood of B'nai Raphai
Masonic Veterans To Meet
Miami Beach Post No. I, Ma
sonic War Veterans, will hold a
regular meeting Friday. Sept 6 at
8 p.m. in the Washington Fi
Building. 1133 Normandy Dr
rtor For Tifereth Israel
Cantor David Sherman, who re-
ntly joined the staff of Temple
lereth Israel, 6500 N. Miami
le., will ofliciate during the High
|ly Day services, beeinnm" on
^t. 22, it has been announced by
[>bi Ralph Y. Carmi.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
Announces the Opening of
School Registration for 1968-69
The Solomon Schechter Day School
Grades 1 through 6
Combining General Studies with Hebraic and Religious
Instruction Meets the Highest Standards of the Dade
County Board of Public Instruction and the State of Florida.
PRESCHOOL DEPARTMENT
Nursery School Ages 3 to 5
THREE DAY (afternoon) HEBREW SCHOOL
CONFIRMATION DEPARTMENT
SUNDAY SCHOOL DEPARTMENT
Transportation Available
Under The Personal Supervision Of
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN, RABBI
MYER SILVERMAN, Educational Director
Registration Now Being Accepted in School Offices
865-0216 534-6070
REGISTER \OW!
YOUNG ISRAEL
OF GREATER MIAMI
990 N. E. 171 STREET
NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
FOR THE HNIST IN RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL SUNDAY SCHOOL
PRESCHOOL JUNIOR HEBREW H. S.
HIGHLY QUALIFIED EDUCATIONAL STAFF
MODERN FACILITIES YOUTH ACTIVITIES
BAR MITZVAH PREPARATION
JUNIOR CONGREGATION
INDIVIDUAL ATTENTION
FOR INFORMATION CALL 945-3586, 3587
RABBI NAFTAU PORUSH
Spiritual Leader
RABBI ARN01D R'CHTER
Educational Director
ERNEST FIELD
President
I. L Perelz Workmen's Circle School
1545 S. W. 3rd STREET, MIAMI, FLORIDA
OPEN FOR REGISTRATION FOR ITS 24th YEAR
CURRICULUM INCLUDES JEWISH HISTORY &
CONTEMPORARY JEWISH LIFE, YIDDISH
LANGUAGE & LITERATURE, JEWISH HOLIDAYS,
TRADITIONS, FOLK-LORE and HEBREW and JEWISH MUSIC
For information contact office of:
940 Lincoln Road, Phone 538-5679 or
Ben Swire, Phone 443-7286.
[7 A MESSAGE TO YOU!
Dear Jewish Parent:
Do you tvant your child to be proud of his Jewish heritage? Do you want to pro-
vide your child ivith meaningful Jewish experiences? Do you want your child to gain a
zeal for social justice, human freedom and peace thru Jewish values? Do you want
your child to remain a Jew?
Then, register your child today in a Jewish school of your choice. There is a Jewish
school in your neighborhood where your child will be welcome. First sessions begin
on September 3rd. For full deUnls 'phone or write the Bureau of Jewish Education, a
member of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. 940 Lincoln Road. Miami Beach:
'phone 531-0403.
Sincerely
Albert E.Ossip, President
Louis Schwartzman, Executive Director
p.s. -
The Bureau is continuing its Accreditation Program for qualifying schools. To date accredited Hebrew deoartments include the schools
of Beth David Congregation, Temple Beth Shofom of Miami Bench, Temple fmanu-EI. Temale Menorah: and qualified accreditation at
Temple Sinai and Temple Beth Shalom of Hollywood. Accredited one-doy-o-week Reform deoartments inci'de Temole Beth Am, Temole
Beth tl of Hollywood, Temple Israel, Temple ludea, and Temple Sinai of North Miami Beach. Applications of other schools are being
processed.
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vjmrifdh flcrktiatf
Friday. August 30. 1963

lA/eJJing .Jjclls rding J-or Jltesc

MOUIl
WOVAN OF THE WEEK
It was most difficult to interview Mollie Kauffmann.
For every word she told me about herself, she slipped in
two about her husband.
Born in Philadelphia, Mollie
was the tomboy in the Herman
family which consisted of three
sisters and a brothera strong
family unit then and now. Another
factor in the strong family feeling
is the fact that two Herman girls
married two Kauffmann brothers.
All the Herman children were giv-
en piano lessons as a matter of
course, but none turned out to be
the world's greatest. During her
formative years she learned to sew
and embroider and has continued
to do so through the years.
Mollie took a business course in high school, and after
graduation took a job as a secretary, a job she kept until
she married. At first they made their home in Philadelphia,
but they also were part-owners of Indian Lake Camp in the
Pocono Mountainsa camp that is still in existencewhile
their children. Mickey and Ellie. were small. This is where
Mollie got a lot of experience in handcraft. She became
proficient in woodcraft, silver work and ceramics. About 30
years ago. Henry was told that he had to live in a warmer
climateFlorida. Arizona or California. They decided on
Florida, and have never been sorry they did.
At once Mollie became active in Temple Israel Sister-
hood and the PTA at Shenandoah Elementary School. Dur-
ing the war years she did volunteer training for the Service
League at the Y and was active in the volunteer work at
the BiUmore Hospital and Bayfront Park, even going to
Boca Raton in connection with it.
Through National Council of Jewish Women, she has
worked with the senior citizens at the Jewish Home for the
Aged, helping to set up the Malcolm Ross Day Center and
now working at the Stanley and Martha Myers Senior
Citizens Center.
Mollie is not alone in doing volunteer work. Her hus-
band keeps busy this way. too. He works for the Lighthouse
for the Blind, goes to schools and organizations showing
pictures and giving talks regarding the various countries
they have visited. (Each year they make a trip to some
far-away place they haven't previously visited Last year
they went to the Orient; the year before they visited Yugo-
slavia Their interest in how other people live led them to
-.< Israel twice. Next week they will be on their way to
Portugal, where they will remain for the High Holy Days.)
In addition, he organized and runs the Friendship Circle of
Temple Beth Am, assisted by Mollie who helps him with
the refreshments.
In each country they have two major projectsthe
first is to see and attend services at the local synagogue
Most of the time they can't follow the services. Switzerland
was an exceptionit was easy there. The Yugoslavian gov-
ernment supports the Jewish synagogue. It is government
property, she says. Their second project is rock collecting
in each new country. They already have quite a collection,
all kinds and colors, many of which have been cut and
polished and made into jewelry. They even have sample
rocks from King Solomon's Mines Members of the Rock
and Mineral Club, they have had many fascinating trips
with the club. Their last trip with the club was to the
Keys, where they found calcified coral to add to their col
lection
Mollie has made afghans for her grandchildren. Her
daughter, Mickey, is Mrs. Max Stein of Coral Gables, and
has three, Jonathan. Robert and Debra; daughter Ellie. who
married Dr. Robert Gross of New York, has two sons. David
and John Henry', who are very proud of their father, who
researches Plasma Physics in his own laboratory at Colum-
bia University. Mollie's afghans are not knitted, however.
She wove them on a small hand loom and says she won't
make any more until the great-grandchildren come along.
(She also does crewel work and embroidery). The family is
getting quite numerous. There are at least 35 at holiday
gatherings and she and daughter Mickey take turns making
these dinners, for it is much easier for Ellie and her family
to come here than for everyone to go to New York.
Mollie's infectious smile gains many friends drawing
the people she works with into the warm circle of her
friendship. You could ask almost anyone if they know
Mollie Kauffmann and get the reply. "Yes. isn't she a love-
ly person!"
'wuaniMima
*
WVrner- K.,hn
MRS. KfN.VfTM SI/SSMAM
Azulay-Malavsky
Under the stars, poolside at the
Deauville Hotel. Miami Beach. |
Gladys Malavsky was united in j
marriage to Yehuda L. Azulay Sun- .
day evening. Aug. 25.
The bride's father. Rabbi Morton ,
Malavsky. spiritual leader of Tem-
ple Beth Sholom. Hollywood, and
the groom's father. Rabbi Sh'mon
Azulay. assistant principal of the
Hebrew Academy, performed the
ceremony. Also officiating were
Rabbi I-aac Bernfeld. Rabbi Al-
exander S Gross, Rabbi Tibor
Stern and Rabbi S. Gurary. And
among the 500 guests at the wed-
ding were 25 other rabbis.
The bride chose a floor-length
gown of imported candlelight peau
de soie. fashioned with an Aline
skirt, long point-on hand sleeves, a
sabrina neckline decorated with
Alencon lace and a wateau train
of French illusion, with matching
lace appliques Her French silk il-
lusion veil fell from a spray of
lace petals sprinkled with seed
pearls. She carried a cascade of
white cattleya orchids and stepha-
notis.
The bride's sister, Irene Malav-
sky, was her maid of honor, while
Mrs. Yaacov D. Azulay. the groom's
sister in law..was matron of honor.
The bride's sister. Judith Malav-
iky, and the groom's sister. Meira
Azulay. Diann Fox and Janice Ro-
sen were bridesmaids. Flower girl
was Lisa Sluchak; Mark Rosen was
ring bearer.
Serving as his brother's best
man was Rabbi Yaacov D. Azulay:
Melvin Lerner, Donald Zisquit.
Leslie Brown and Steven Beigel
ushered.
The bride studied at the Hebrew
Academy and was graduated from
South Broward High School. She
attended the University of Miami
for two years and will be a junior
at the University of Alabama in
Birmingham.
A graduate of Mesivta High
School, the groom holds a B.S. de-
gree from the University of Miami
and will enter the graduate school
of Pharmacology at the University
of Alabama.
The couple will reside in Bir-
mingham, where they will be as-
SOClated with Temple Beth El Mr.
Azulay will serve as assistant to
the rabbi and teach Hebrew at
the Temple while Mrs Azulay will
be a leader of LSY Chapters in
Birmingham
ton, Va.. chose a full length gov
>f Alencon lace over peau le >oie
Her imported French illusion \o
:'ell from a pearl-.-tuddcd tiara an-
she carried a cascade bouquet o
yellow and white daisies
The bride's sister-in-law. Mn
lohn Samuels, aid the groom <
sister, Mrs. Laurence Schoenfe! were matrons of honor. Vicki 0s
ness was bridesmaid.
The son of the Julian Buchi.;:
ars, 3811 SW 52nd St.. had Stephe:
Magider as hil best man. Dr. I.an
rence Schoonfe!d. his brother;
law, and Elijah I.arkin u-hered
The bride received her Bachelo
of Arts degree in education fr.....
Vankton College, Yank:m S.D.,
l<)67 and at present i > I ., Browai
County Coordinator [or Vista Cit
zen's Corps
Mr. Buchbinder graduated cum
laude from the Universitj >j M
ami in 196-1 and Columbia L'nivei
sity Law Scnool in 1967 and va;
admitted to the Florida Kar. Whi
at the University of Miami he .-
president of Orange Key ar.d th
University College Student Go\
ernment, and was a member >:
Tau Eps Ion Phi fraternity.
Alter a honeymoon in Puer.
Rico and Curacao, the couple wil!
live in Fort Lauderdale.
Jones-Gerber
Avis Hope Gerber and J. Alfre :
Jones HI were married Sunday in
the Grand Ballroom of the Sher.
ton Four Amba.-sadors Hotel.
The bride, daughter of Mr. an I
Mrs. Seymour Gerber. 19001 N.E
*+*+++++++>*>++*>+++*+>+>*>*>**
Buchbinder-Samuels
Marjone Ann Samuel'- and Mark
Buchbinder were married Sunday.
Aug. 25 at Beth David Synagogue.
Rabbi Sol Landau and Cantor Wil
liam Lipson officiated at the double
ring ceremony.
The bride, the daughter of Dr
and Mrs. D. L. Hamilton. Arling-
MRS. J ALFRED JOMS
M*l> \
20th Ave. North Miami B
graduated from Norland Huh ai
the University of Florida.
The bridegroom, son of Mr
Mr- Jay Jones of Gainesille I
graduated from the Universitj
Florida and is attending the I'n
versify of Miami Medical S
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Friday. August 30. 1968
+Je*ist fhrictinr
Paqe 9-1
^Tjrides and k~4rooms
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Glaser-Manhoff
Pear) Ann Manhoff became the
bride of Lawrence Michael Glaser
Saturda> Aug. 24 at the Dupont
Plaza Hotel in an 8 p.m. ceremony
perform* :i by Rabbi Maxwell
Berger.
The I :e. who graduated from
Coral ( 'iles High School and
Miami : le Junior College, is the
daughlei f Mr. and Mrs. Jack F. j
Manhoff 1970 SW 33rd Ct. Her
husbam whose parents are Mr. i
and Mr- Joseph Glaser. 1142 NE !
176th T -. North Miami Beach,
(former!} of Detroit. Mich., and Co- ,
lumbus lio) is a graduate of Wal-
nut Rid. High School in Colum i
bus. Uiami-Dade Junor College'
and Bo> tog Green State Univer-
sity, Ohi .
Wearing a gown of candlelight;
Alencoi lace adorned with seed I
pearls ard carrying a bouquet of
roses and orchids over a Bible, the
bride u. attended by her cousin.
Irma Left maid of honor, and
bridesmaids Linda Leavitt, Ro-
berta Lt -vis and Cookie Westrich.
Staci Ro.-enblatt and Randi Man
hoff were the flower girls. The
bride's t.-other, Howard Manhoff.
was besi man: Mel VVebman, Al
Scheer and Barry Morgenstern
ushereo.
After a wedding dinner at the
Dupont Plaza, the couple left on a
cruise to the Bahamas. They will
be at hoie at the Del-Mont Apart-
ments in North Miami Beach.
French illusion fell from a head-
piece of lace and seed pearls.
Matron of honor was Mrs. Jack
Mendorff; Diane Sherman was
maid of honor. Her bride-maids
were Lo's Herman. Susan Moscow
and Florence Levitt. Leslie Stern-
iieb was junior bridesmaid and
jhari Mendorff was flower girl.
Henry Sternlicb was best man
for his son; ushering were Gary
Lubel. Jack Levitt. J;ick Mendorff,
Van Sternlicb, Howard Goldberg
ind Robert Feldman.
The bride, who graduated from
South Broward High School and
Grady Memorial Hospital School
of Nursing. Atlanta, also attended
Georgia State College.
Mr. Sternlieb is a graduate of I
Coral Gables High School and Em- |
ory University. Atlanta, where he |
.v.is a member of Pi Sigma Alpha.
Alpha Epsilon Pi. and Phi Beta
Kappa.
A reception and dinner followed
ihe ceremony at Temple Judea.
After a honeymoon in Mexico City
and Acapulco. the couple will live
in South Miami.
Epstein-Goeld
Sternlieb-levitt
WeQdy Ann Levitt, daughter of
Mr. arwi Mrs. Harry Levitt of At-
lanta. Ga.. was united in marriage
Edward Ira Sternlieb. son of
r. 'no Mrs. Henry Sternlieb, 6608
ynnJa St., Coral Gables. Sun-
day, Ang 25. at Temple Judea.
Coral Gables. Rabbi Morris K;;>per
Officiate! at the 7:30 p.m. cere-
mony.
Roberta Sue Goeld. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Goeld of
North Miami, was married Sun-
day. Aug. 25. to Jeffry Alan Ep-
stein in a ceremony performed at
the Congregation Sons of Israel in
Allentown. Pa.
The bride, a graduate of North
Miami Senior High School, attends
the University of Miami. Her hus-
band, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Epstein. 910 West Ave.. Mi-
ami Beach, and Allentown. Pa., is
a graduate of Miami Beach Senior
High School and the University of
Miami.
After a wedd ng trip to Puerto
The bride wore a formal length
own o: tvhite satin and Alencon
ce styled with a Victorian neck- N>. thc couPle wUI reilde ,n
ine and long sleeves. Her veil of Mami Beach.
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Sussmon-Sirota
Linda Carolyn Sirota. daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Sirota,
1768 Daytonia Rd.. Miami Beach,
was united in marriage to Kenneth
Allan Sussman, son of Mr and Mrs.
Jerry Sussman. 1576 Daytonia Rd.,
Sunday, Aug. 25. at the Carillon
Hotel. Rabbi Irving Lehrman of
Temple Emanu-EI and Rabbi
Mayer Abramowitz of Temple Me-
norah. performed the noon-time
ceremony wh'ch was followed by
a reception at the hotel.
The bride wore a full-length silk
organza gown with a full chapel
train adorned with Chantilly lace
and daisies. She carried a bouquet
of white orchids.
The bride's sister. Andrea Sirota.
was maid of honor; Patricia Roper.
Susan Silverberg and Marsha Tal-
ianoff wore bridesmaids. Flower
girl was Gena Roush.
Marc Sussman was best man for
his brother: Jimmy Reiss, Marshall
Hooz and Kerry Polan served as
I'shers.
The bride is a graduate of Miami
Beach Senior High School and at-
tended Florida State University.
Mr. Sussman graduated from
Miami Beach Senior High School
and Florida State University. He
will continue post graduate study
at Michigan State University.
While at FSU. he was president of
the Society of Hosts and a member
of Alpha Kappa Psi, business fra-
ternity. His father is president of
the Miami Beach Chamber of
Commerce.
After a honeymoon in Puerto
Rico and St. Thomas. V.I.. the
couple will make their home in
East Lansing, Mich.
Krupp Hollander
A double-ring, candlelighf cere- '
mony Sunday, Aug. 25, united
Brina Hollander, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Hollander, 4001
NWSrdSt., and Brian Marc Krupp.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Nils M. Krupp.
7505 SW 82nd St.. in marriage at
Temple Beth Am. with Rabbi Her-
bert M. Baumgard and Cantor
Michael Kyrr officiating. A recep-
tion and dinner followed.
The granddaughter of Mrs Mi
Chael August and the late Mr. Au-
gu-t. members of a pioneer Miami
family, was given in marriage by
her father. She carried her con
firmat on bible covered with white
ro es and stephanotis. The ring she
used in the ceremony belonged to
her reat-grandmother, after whom
she was named.
The bride's sister. Doreen Hol-
land"!-, served as her maid of
honor. Other attendants included
Mrs St.'ven Berkman. Mrs. Paul
Kelman and Nancy Schwartz
Wendy LeNoble served as junior
bridesmaid.
Leonard Berkowitr. was best
man. Groomsmen included David
Ball. Paul Kelman and Kenneth
Krupp. Peter LeNoble served as
junior groomsman.
The new Mrs. Krupp is a gradu-
ate of Miami Senior High School
and Emory University. Atlanta.
Ga.. where she was president of
Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority and a
member of Phi Beta Kappa. Alpha
Epsilon Upsilon. Kappa Delta Ep
silon and Phi Sigma Iota hono-
raries. She has completed one year
of graduate study in French liter-
ature at the University of Mary-
land and is employed by thc Prince
George County. Maryland, public
schools, where she will teach
French.
The bridegroom is a graduate of
Coral Gables High School and the
Massachusetts Institute of Technol-
ogy. Cambridge, Mass. At M.I.T..
he was a member of Sigma Xi. ac-
Vt'erner- i.
MRS. LAWRENCE CLA3ER
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MRS. BRIAN KRUPP
idemic honorary. At present he is
doing graduate work at the Uni-
versity of Maryland and plans (0
' earn his doctorate in astrophysics.
After a wedding trip, the couple
. will live in Hyattsville, Md.
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Fridav. Auqust 30,
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Lisa Resnick To Wed Mark Herman
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MRS THEODORE AMINDOIA
Amendola-Kern
Jcrahn E'.y-e Kern and Theo-
ore Amendola became husband
ml wile Saturday. Aug. 24. at a
eremony at the Fontainebleau
lotel. with Rabbi Irving Lehrman
Ificiating
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
ltd Mrs. Murray A Kern. 1267
H2nd St., Bay Harbour Islands.
'he groom's parents are Mr. and
lr- Frank Amendola. Fairlawn.
' -I
For the 8 p.m. ceremony. Mrs. j
mendola chose a sown of white I
ilk peau de soie fashioned with I
ttg sleeves and appliqued with i
ne an,I seed pearls Her attend-
nts were Mrs Ronald Magram.
latron of honor, and the groom's
i-tcis. Carol and Joyce Amendola.
the bride's siater, Jane) Kern. Do- j
.en Ross .lane Rich and Donna '
Rabinowitz as bridesmaids
Frank Amendola served as his
Hi's 'us: man. The bride's twin
rother, Jeliiev Kern. Myron Gold-
-tem. Michael Strickland. Jack
Mentesana and Jack Kipness wire
-her-
Mr and Mr- Amendola are both
-eniors at the University of Okla-
iima. where they Brat met. She is
lajoring in art education: he is
n industrial engineering major.
After a reception at the Fon-
.linebleau. the couple left for a
uncymoon in Nassau They will
e at home in Norman. Okla.. after
Sept. 1.
The engagement of Lisa Res-
nick tn Mark Herman of Miami has
been announced bj her parents.
Mr. and lira, Arthur Resnick of
Miami Beach .md Pittsburgh, I'a
A recent honor^graduate of the
University oi Miami. Mr Berman
1- the -on ot Mr. and Mrs Sam
Berman lie i- associated with
Rittmann. Tollefson & Co.
Miss Resnick is attending the
University ot Miami, where she is
1 member ot Delia Phi Kp-ilon
sorority,
I ne wedding will take place
ater this year
W.i in K.1I11
MRS. MARK BRODKIN
Engineering imp in Richmond.
The couple will reside at 405-204
iVestover Hills Blvd.. Richmond.
Mason-Sandier
Cath) Ellen Sandier, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Sandier. 18750
,K 21st Ave.. North Miami Beach.
became the bride of Richard Henry
Mtaon Oi Bethesda. Md at a cere-
mony at Beth Torah Congregation,
North Miami Beach, in a 6 p.m.
ceremony Sunday, Aug. 25. Dr.
Max A l.ipschit/. spiritual leader
ii tin' congregation, ofiiciated.
The bride chose Sandy Rosen as
her maid of honor and Mrs Linda
Heyman and Mrs. Renee Sanker
were her matrons of honor. Bride--
Willen-Rankin
Barbara Lynette Rankin. daugh-
ter of Col. and Mrs. George Herbert
Rankin, Anderson, S.C., became
ie bride oJ Arnold Elliott Willen,
Richmond, Va.. son of Mr. and
Irs Murraj Willen. 3260 SW 2nd
>!.. on Saturday. Aug 24. at Temple
::'nai Israel in Anderson. Dr. Nor-
lan M. Goldburg. Augusta, Ga..
,abbi. officiated at the 8:30 p.m.
i eremony. A reception in the so-
1 ial hall 01 the temple followed.
The bride, who graduated from
ie University of Florida this
ninth, will teach English at Ma-
I aca High School in Richmond.
The groom is also a graduate of
the University of Florida, where
he was a member of Phi Epsilon
'1 He is presently employed as an
Dgineer for Stone ard Webster
MRS. JOSEPH DANAS
Danas-Rokeach
Linda Lee Rokeaeh of Miami
Beach became the bride of Joseph
David Danas of New York City, on
Sunday, Aug. 25. in a 12:30 p.m.
ceremony in the Club Gigi of the
Fontainebleau Hotel. Rabbi Irving
Lehrman of Temple Emanu-El. Mi-
ami Beach, officiated.
The bride's parents are Mr. and
Mrs Leo Rokeaeh. 7545 E Treas-
ure Dr.. Miami Beach: the groom
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Myron
Danaa Oi New York.
Matron ol honor was Mrs. Ivan
Herman and Deborah Halpern was
maid of honor: bridesmaids were
Alice Katz. Randee Dorman and
Preddi Elman. Kenneth Danas was
je.-t man; ushers were Michael Ro-
keaeh. Steven Rokeaeh. Jimmy Da-
.iil-on and Avcrill Marcus.
The bride received a bachelor of
arts degree from Cornell Univer-
sity and her master's degree from
Northwestern University.
Mr. Danas graduated from Cor-
nell University and New York Uni-
versity Law School. He is now a
Judicial Law Clerk for the lion
Morris E. Lasker. District Court.
Southern District of New York.
After a honeymoon in Nassau.
the couple will live at 315 E. 70th
St., New York City.
Werner Kahii
MRS. RICHARD MASON
maids were Mrs. Teena Halem.
E Mark Mason served as best man.
while Andy Sandier. John Mason.
Dr. Raymond Blacker, Michael
Saaks, Steven Chayt. Robert Sand-
ier and Morris Sanker ushered.
The bride, a graduate of Miami
Norland High School, will be a
senior at the University ol Mary-
land. The groom, whose parents
are Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Mason, of
Bethesda, majored in business at
the University of Maryland.
After a honeymoon trip to San
Francisco, the couple will be at
home at 2207 Georgian Way. Sil-
ver Spring. Md.
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LukoshWood
A double-ring candlelight cere-
mony at the Doral Beach Hotel
Saturday evening. Aug. 17. united
the former Betty Sue Wood and
Seth Mayer Lukash in marriage
Rabbi Morris Kipper officiated at
the nuptials and a reception and
dinner at the hotel followed.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs
R. Edward Wood. 700 San Este-
ban. Coral Gables, the new Mrs.
Lukash is a graduate of Coral Ga-
bles Senior High School and at-
tended American University in
Washington, D.C. She is a member
of Alpha Epsilon Phi sorority.
Her husband, whose parents are
Mr and Mrs. Alvin Lukash of West
Hartford, Conn., is a graduate of
the University of Miami and now
is associated with the investment
banking firm of Carter, Berlind and
Weill in New York City.
The bride chose a white silk or-
ganza and Chantilly lace gown with
a lull chapel train. Her matching
Chantilly lace helmet with seed
pearls had a triple tier French il-
lusion veil. Her matron of honor
and bridesmaids wore identical
yellow gowns. Her sister. Mrs.
Nancy Copehagen, was matron of
honor. Bridesmaids were Anne
Hertz and Laura Lukash.
Ricky Lukash served as best
man to the bridegroom; Gary
Lawn. Stuart Schoolnik. Andrew
Rose, Marc Friedman and Stephen
Friedman ushered.
On their return from a honey-
moon in Italy, the newlyweds will
live in New York City.
Alive Mintzer,
Ross Sandier
Engagement Told
Mr. and Mr> Joseph G. Mintzer
of Troy. NY., and Londonderry,
\'t. announce the engagement of
their daughter. Alice, to Ross
Sandier of New York, whose par
entS, Mr and Mrs. Theo iore T.
Sandier, and grandparents, Harry-
Simons ami the late Goldie Simons,
are Miamians.
A graduate of Emma Willard
School of Troy, and Northwestern
University, Mis- Mintzer attended
Mo-ton University Graduate School
and taught at the Bank Street
School for Children in New York
City. Miss Mintzer is presently as-
sociated with the Center for Urban
Education in New York as a re-
search assistant in the experiment
al teaching program-.
A graduate of Dartmouth Col-
lege. Mr. Sandier received his law
degree cum laude from New York
University Law School At present
he is Assistant IS Attorney for the
Southern District in Manhattan
A September wedding i- planned
daughter ol Mr. and Mrs Jules
Wcston. 1206 Douglas Rd.. Coral
Gable-, became the bride of the
son of Mr.-. Philip Brodkin and the
late Mr. Brodkin of Merion. Pa.,
at a 7 p.m. ceremony with Rabbi
Yaakov Rosenberg officiating.
The bride chose a gown of -ilk
peau de soie with bodice of Alen-
con lace decorated with seed
pearls. She carried her family's
prayer book covered with a cas-
cade bouquet of white rose- and
-tephanotis.
Jo\ce Egert served as maid of
honor, while Amy Brodkin. Lois
Varat. Feme Galfman and I.ynne
Rosen were bridesmaids.
Jeffrey Brodkin was best man
Serving a- ushers were Don Karch-
MfSS Hi A R SNICK
MISS AUCt MINTZfR
mer, Frank Rech. Newt G 1
Dennis Dann. Lloyd Goldman .1
David Newman
The bride attended the Univei
litj of Miami. The groom is
graduate "t the Urdyersit) of Okla
homa and is in graduate school at
Temple University. Philadelphia,
where the couple will reside
Herman Binder Honored
Herman Hinder will be honored
on his 88th birthday by the Mu
-ieians Club of America at a part)
Tuesday evening, Sept 10. at the
Ewing Gallery, 362 Minorca Ave
Coral Gables.
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Brodkin-Weston
Honeymooning in Hawaii are
Mr and Mrs. Mark Leslie Brodkin
following their wedding Sunday.
Aug.25. at the Doral Country Club
The former Emily Gayle We-ton.
ALFA
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Ballet Company in Russian technique.
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Summer Theatre) Canada (Royal Winnipeg Ballet
Company) South America (Janine Charat Company
of France). Various concert tours nd television.
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Consisting of 7 stores. 5 to 15 yeai
bases. Only 2 years old. 10o net
plus amortization on S58000 down
payment. Principals Call Mr. Ross,
Aisoc 371-6036
RAY ASMAR,. REALTOR
2389 Coral Way
Miami, Florida
MIAMI LAKES
3 Redrooms, 2 Baths, 2 Car Gursge
Central Air Conditioned and Heat,
Sprinklers, Corner Lot. By Owner.
Immediate Occupancy.
$23,900
$6400 Down.
Call 822-2199
6S70 LAKE BLUE DRIVE
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NORTH MIAMI
4 OFFICES FOR RENT
VARIOUS SIZES 2 STORY BUILDING
ELEVATOR AIR CONDITIONO
CALL 751-2493
DELIGHTFUL
CORAL GABLES HOME
2S23 ALHAMBRA CHICLE
2 Bedroom, I' 2 bath 30' Spanish
Loggia beamed ceiling,
Corner lot 180' Lot Approximately
|6,000 down $170 Mo. Pays All
Or Can Assume $11,6000 Mtge.
$130 Mo Pays All. Call
Owner 445 5217
MIAMI LAKES
3 BEDROOM 2 bath, screened patio,
pool, central air, heat, 2 car garage,
near schools. Price $31,000.
$6,000 Dawn
Call Owner
821-6394
NOW LEASING
FURN. UNFURN.
1 or 2 Bedrooms, Spacious, modern
opts Swimming pool, tennis court,
putting green, shuffle board, boat
dock. 10 minutes to downtown.
BAY PARK TOWERS
Phone 373-3104
1'2 ACRES-S10 DOWN
1 < 4 ACRES NEIGHBORING
Multi Million Dollar
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Surveyed and Staked Highest
elevation, >cenic Pine Land.
"Seeing is Believing" can be
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Call Owner 865-1233
'2 ACRE
High Pine Waterfront Estate
Near Booming Naples. $10
down $10 month. From $895
Adjoins multi million dollar
subdivision 1' j miles to Golf
Course, shopping center
Call Owner 865 1233
HIGHWAY FRONTAGE
10 ACRES 1 MILE FROM CITY
$27,000 GOOD TERMS
CALL 247-0857 or 247 8788
VELMA S. GRAY REALTOR
1135 N. KROME HOMESTEAD
41V FRONTING
ON PONCE
DE LEON BLVD CORAL GABLES
68.000 SO. FT. under roof 2'j
acres land 573' railroad trackage
- strategic location in fast grow-
ing dynamic community.
BY OWNER 635-3211

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26 ROOM boarding house plus res-
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free and clear. Trade for Miami -
Miami Beach.
JEAN BATES, REALTOR
Phone 759-8561
10822 N.E. 6th Ave.
Miami 33161, Florida
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76 Ave. at 8 St. Only 4 blocks from
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quick access to Palmetto and East
West Xways. Needs some ground
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5 ACRE-VACATION HOMESITES '
$1,995, Hender sonvi.re Asheville
Art,i Beautiful Mountain. Excel-
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Sites Only $1,500 Adjoining Na-
tional Forest. Sportsmen's paradise.
Terrific Western NX. Interested1
Call or write Leon M. Newman,
Realtor. 1809 Ponce. Coral Gables,
Fla. 444-1681 or 448-8',84 anytime for
Brochures and Easy Terms. Hurry!
SEA BREEZE MOTEL
710 S. Dixie Hwy, Hallandale, 18
rooms consisting of 4 apts., 7
hotel rooms. S35.000 SI 5,000 cash,
owner will take 60o 1st mort-
gage on balance. Zoned Et-1 Marion
T Fischer Realtor, 685S Hallan-
dale Beach Blvd. Miramar Shopping
Center.
983-3000 Hollywood
PACKAGE LIQUOR STORE
ABSENTEE OWNER GROSSED
SI 60,000 in 1967. 20 years in
same location. Price 544,000.
S24 000 down. Owner will take
Mortgage for Balance
S?e MARION T. F SCHER REALTOR
68S5 Hallandale Beach Blvd.
Mircmar Shopping Center
983 3000 Hollywood
LUXURIOUS
Floating Home, used 2 months.
Original cost SI6,000 Sacrifice
SI 2,000. Going North Illness in
family.
944-3976 Call
11:30 A.M. to 9 P.M.
LAKE CATALINA
LOT
$18,000
Call Owner
274-0804
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HOMES FOR THE
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Only 5 facing north acres remain-
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heart of popular Palmetto District.
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YOUR PLANS OR OURS
$65,000 and UP
665-8239 or 238-4652
S.W 65th Avenue at 114th Street
.
25 YEARS IN SAME
LOCATION
Iness forces sale. One of Miamil
Beach's nicest Hand Bag and
luggage Stores
Good Repair and
Custom Made Business
1519 Washington Avenue
Phone 531-3081
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OR WE WILL BUY TO BUILD A
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FOR ADULT RETARDED.
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FOR RETARDED
Miami. Phone 947-0472
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LilA B. REED, Realtor
575 N.E. 125th Street
North Miami, Florida
Phone 751-1688
SOUTH WEST MIAMI
ATTRACTIVE HOUSE
- FOR SALE
LARGE POOL 3 BEDROOMS
2 BATHS FLORIDA ROOM
802 S.W. 24th ROAD
CALL FR 3-6134
CAMP SITES AVAILABLE AT
RIVER RANCH ACRES
Choicest Property Located On
Sectional lines. Total Price
S300. Act Today!
SALEM ROBINSON, Broker
Will be at River Ranch personally
thru Labor Day. See there or Call
Miami office 226-0727.
CORAL GABLES
HOME
1330 CORAL WAY
DISTINCTIVE Mediterranean style 4
Bedroom, 4 bath, formal dining
room, sun room. On large corner
lot. Shown by Appt. only 9 til
noon weekdays 444-2071. $49,500
total.
SALE OR LEASE
New factory 3,200 sq ft. 4321
N.E. 12th Terrace, Ft. Lauderdale
FEC R.R. siding; sprinklers; S over
head doors; 14 ft. ceilings; 16c
of factory and 9 offices air condi-
tioned. Heavy duty electrical in-
stallation; city water and sewer.
T2 acre of parking. Rent 52,500
month net. Phone S65-7260 owner
Lelash, North Trodewinds Avenue,
Lauderdale by the Sea Florida.
ESTATE
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7260 S.W. 135 TERRACE
Phone 233-0386


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jNew Convalescent Home
For North Miami Beach
1. Kirschenbaum
Janna Zwerner
Jeffrey Kirschenbaum
Jeffrey Morns, son of Dr and
Mrs. Ben Z:on Kirschenbaum of
North Miami Beach, will celebrate
Ms Bar Mitzvah at the 9 a.m. serv-
ices Saturday. Aug. 31. at Wald-
man's Hotel. 4299 Collins Ave.
Miami Beach.
Jeffrey is entering the eighth
grade at the Hebrew Academy. He
will conduct the Friday evening a-
well as the Saturday morning
services, which will be followed by
a Kiddush and luncheon in Jeffrey's
honor.
Guests will include Jeffrey's sis-
ters. Jackie and Shira. his grand-
parents. Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham
Strassfeld. and Mrs. Rose Gorovitz.
Expected from Chicago are Mrs.
Ben Lempert. Mr- Seymour Lem-
pert and her son Jay, Billy Field
and Ben Seltzer.
Dr. Kirschenbaum is cantor of
Beth Moshe Congregation.
0
Robert Lab
Robert, son of Dr. and Mrs Sam-
uel Lcb of North Miami Beach.
will observe his Bar Mitzvah Satur-
ray morning. Aug. 31, at Beth
Torah Synagogue
Robert, who ha< been attending
the Harcld Wolk Religious School,
- aa h'nor student at John F. Ken-
redy Junior High School and is a
recipient of the Presidential Phys-
..ai Fitness award
Robert's parents will host the
Kiddush following services and a
reception and dinner in his honor
will be held in the Calcutta Room
if the Diplomat Cuuntry Club Sun-
i ay evening.
Janna Zwerner
Janna. daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
(arl Zwerner of North Miami
Beach, will observe her Bas Mitz-
vah Friday evening. Aug. 30. at
leth Torah Synagogue.
Janna. a student in the fifth year
a: the Harold Wolk Religious
o-chool. attends John F. Kennedy
Junior High School.
Joseph Davis
Joseph Lee. son of Mrs Irving
Davis, 12011 SW 29th Ter.. and
the late Mr. Davis. will become
3ar Mitzvah at the 8:30 a.m. serv- ;
.ces at Temple Or Olom Saturday.
Aug. 31.
An eighth grade student at Ri- i
viera Junior High School. Joseph
plays saxophone in the school's
concert band.
Mrs. Davis will host the Oneg |
Shabbat following the Friday eve-
ning services and also the Kiddush
following the Saturday morning
services, as well as a dinner Sun-
day evening at the Seville Hotel.
, Miami Beach, in honor of the cele-
brant.
Among the guests expected are
Joseph's grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs. Louis Davis, and Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Hefter. of Chicago. 111., as
well as many other out-of-town
guest-.

Benjamin Patipa
Benjamin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Eugene Patipa of North Miami
Beach, will observe his Bar Mitz-
vah Saturday morning. Aug. 31. at
Beth Torah Synagogue.
Benjamin attends the Harold
Wolk Religious School and is a
student at John F. Kennedy Junior
High School.

Stewart Sherman
Stewart Jay. son of Mr. and Mrs.
Melvin Sherman, will be called to :
the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah Satur- '
day morning. Aug. 31. at Temple
Zlon.
An eighth grade student at Rock-
way Junior High School. Stewart \
has been a student at Temple Zion
Religious School for the past three '
years.
Mr and Mrs. Sherman will host
the Kiddush following the services
as well as a reception at the Bis-
rayne Terrace Hotel in Stewart's
honor Sunday evening.
Attending the Bar Mitzvah will
De Stewart's grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs Louis Luchans and Mrs Paul-
ine Friedman.
Cedars of Jerusalem, a nursing
and convalescent home now under
traction at 1738 NE 168th St..
North Miami Beach, will cpen next
month.
I'.s administrative director is an
ordained rabbi. Ginipel Orimland.
Rabbi Orimlar.d i; also trained
and licensed as a nursing home
operator.
"We must take the initiative in
finding solutions for the problems of
the aged." Rabbi Orimland says.
"We hope that the Cedars of Jeru-
salem facility will offer that extra
measure of devotion' in the spirit
of Jewi h tradition."
Cedars of Jerusalem will be oper-
ated in accordance with Orthodox
standards. It features a Synagogue
Chapel which will be open at all
hours of the day and daily and
Sabbath services will be held as a
part of the regular program.
The 120-bed facility, encompass-
ing more than 24.000 square feet,
will feature two separate kitchens
dairy and meat guaranteeing
strict observance of kashruth
standards.
Rabbi Orimland will supervise a
staff of 50 which in addition to the
New Members Honored
New and prospective members
of Beth David Sisterhc*. J will be
honored at a .'onchcon Wedm
S^-pt. 4. at neon in Spec
the first event of the fal -
Mr- Nathan Spiegeln is s -
terhood president and Krs. B
ard Bailey is member :) vj ..
president.
Expert Says Anyone Can Be A Virtuoso
With A Modern-Type Player Piano
Robert Hoyman, who as Aeolian
Corp.'s traveling player piano au-
thority has one of the world's most
unusual jobs, will be in Miami this
week appearing at the Victor
Piano and Organ Co at 4 pm.
According to the player-piano
fxnert. it's generally assumed that
a)! you can do with a player-piano
i- either switch it on or use the
pedali to pump away mechan-
i i iv. The sound i< the same, DP
matter who is playing Bui til
i true, Mr Hoyman cla..
Today's modern plaj ex-
trols that let the play-
. add bis individual touch to any
i ind make
. ry roll round bice a virti
, ante
Mr Hoyman has appeared na-
o and television,
Registration In Progress
Registration for Hebrew, Sunday.
Nursery and Kindergarten School
fit Temple Adath Ye.-hurun. 1025
NE Miami Gardens Dr., is now in
progress. Temple offices are open
ilai.'y.
before civic and service orcan'za-
tions explaining the satisfsct.on of
"playing" the player-piano.
Player piano sales have been ,
steadily climbing since the first
modern player was introduced
some 10 yean ago Now there is a
choice of ten different compact
and regular size makes, and also
separate companies are busy
ul music rolls to meet
:nd.
Mail Collections To
Be Curtailed On
National Holidays
Postmaster E. M. Dunlap an-
nounced this week that collection
service on holiday- that are ob-
served nationally will be elimi
nated. with the exception of col-
lection boxes in front of the Main
Office, Biscayne Annex and classi-
fied stations and branches.
The collection boxes located in
front of or adjacent to these post
offices will be serviced according
to the po.-ted schedule, but holiday
schedules shown on all other boxes
will no longer be followed.
Mr Dunlap explained that sev-
eral surveys were made and the
results indicated that a complete
lack of businecs ma'l and an ex-
tremely low volume of private cor
respondence makes it possible to
eliminate these collections, per
mitting as many postal employes
as possible to spend the holiday;
with their families.
The new collection schedule will
be in effect Monday. Labor Day,
which is observed as a national
holiday.
Mr. Dunlap reminds residents of
this area that the three self-service
postal units located in the 163rd
street Shopping Center, North Mi-
ami Beach, the Northside Shopping
Center at NW 27th Ave and 79th
St., and the 900 block on Lincoln
Road Mall at Miami Beach, are
open for business 24 hours a day.
seven days a week including holi-
days. Collection will be made from
schedule
KABBI GIMPU ORIMIAHD
medical and nursing personnel, in-
cludes physcal. occuoational am'
peech therapists. The medica1
staff is under the supervision of
Dr. Irwin H Makovsky.
All patients rooms are linked by
an intercom system with the nurs
ing stations and piped-in oxygen is
available in every room All rooms
have nut-ide balconies and are fur-
nished tastefully providing a home
like atmosphere.
A beauty and barber shop are on
the premises and a limousine will
be available for shopping trips and
for transportation to movies and
other recreation centers.
All menus will be planned by a
trained and licensed dietitian.
60 South Florida
Youngsters Return
From Pocono Camps
Some 60 campers of Dade and
Broward County arrived in Miami
on an Eastern Airlines Whisper jet
from Philadelphia. Pa., this week
after spending the summer at Po-
cono Highland camps.
E. F. Yarnell. Miami district
manager, noted a con-iderable in-
crease in air travel between Mi-
ami and the Poconos this past
summer.
This group movement had orig-
inally been e-tablished by Earle
I" Weinberg. director of the camps
located at Marshalls Creek, Pa.
He coordinated the program with
the Dade and Broward County
parents.
The convenient airline schedules
. and Whi-per-jet speed enabled the
youngsters to be but four hours
away from one of the East's finest
camping resorts for children where
they enjoyed mountain climbing,
solf. horseback riding, ice skating
as well as water skiing and other
?xtiaordinary camp programmed
activities.
The boys and girls are looking
forward most eagerly to another
fun filled summer at Pocono High-
land Camps in 1969.
Rabbi Begins Fifth Year
As Radio Show Panelist
Max s lapiro of Beth Ko-
!e h ( ongregation bes.-in- his fifth
year on the Interfaith Panel fea-
tured on the Alan Courtney Sbow,
now to be aired by Radio Station
WIOD.
"Labor in Dispute" will be the
topic for discussion on the opening
show of the season. Sept. 2 Other
panel members are the Rev.
Thomas E. Barry and the Rev-
Lloyd Whyte.

'" %-*
i # -
Youngsters from Dade and Broward Counties arrive at Miami
International Airport aboard an Eastern Airlines Whisper
Jet after spending a summer vacation at Pocono Hiqh-
land Camps.
I BET YOU
DIDN'T KNOW
By FRED SANOtK
Did you knew fhtrt wot MCI o
motor fame in which r- score
and even the winner were
changed 41 hiun after fh gome
was aver It happ- in
1940 Cornell beo> Dart-
mouth 7-3 lot on the Mon-
day after that Saturday ?ome
officials of both schools looked
at movies of the fame ond
realized Cornell hod scored its
touchdown on an illegal down
. Even though Cornell had
on unbeaten season going., they
said they would five u# the
toachdawn, and thereby five up
the victory Tha retail was
declared reversed and ft wot of-
ficiate/ changed in the record
boohs from Cornell 7, Dartmouth
3 to Dartmouth 3, Cornell 0.
I BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW
You can live better with an
Annuity. Let me prove it.
Mail for FREE Booklet "The
Annuity Todays Greatest
Bargain."
How's this for an odd .
The man colled by mav>y the
greatest college footboll (layer
of all-time Jim Thorpe never
really went to college! .
How is that possible? .
Thorpe played his collej* loot
boll for Carlisle ana even
though Carlisle played igoinst
college teams, it was NOT o
college itself Carlrsl* ac-
tually was on industrial high
school established to train
Indians.
Do yau know haw much costs
sponsors far a cammerc : dur
ing the National Football liague
games on TV? It coits up
to $75,000 for each one- nul
commercial That I oures
out to more than $1,05 3 per
second'
Name
Address
Phone
FRED A. SANDLE3
METROPOLITAN INSURE :
CONSULTANT SINCE 1?:'
Member Notional Associo- on of
life Underwriters.
595 Biltmore Woy, Coral
Phone: 444-710'
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lay, .August 30, '.968
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By ROSALAND S. ZUNSER
inc
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One of the lesser affinities Jews and Scandinavians have in
mnvm is a mutual fondness for herring. (I do not suggest this
, a reason for the comparative ah.ence of anti Semitism and
tie splendid bthavior of the Nordic people during the Hitler era.)
Fro:n Scandinavia comes a novel ideaHerring Pudding.
fry it snd it may surprise and please you to find an old favorite
a new disiiiise. For a side dish we suggest Spinach and Farfel.
)id you know that a word so thoroughly Jewish as "farfel" is not
reall\ Vi.ldish in origin but is derived from the Italian "faraaf-
\\'\"I :irm of pasta probably introduced into Russia ar.d Poland
9y Jewish medical students who. in the late Middle Ages, came
I ..n universitiesthe only ones open to them in all of
Curof -.
HERRING PUDDING
1 -. herrin, 2 e-<
'. ; raw pota- 1 cu
1 in, diced
Soak herrir.^ overnight in cold water R m ive I, cut into
filleti Remove center bone and cul ir: slices, i' ttal es and
cut :r. -":n slice-. Alternate layers of potatoes, herring a;: i ::iions
in buttered and bread-crumbed casserole, sprnkling e>;ch layer
with ripper and finishing with layer of potatoes Beat eggs' and
milk to ether and pour over pudding. Bake in 350-degrei.' oven
about 33 minutes or until potatoes are soft
FARFEL AND SPINACH
New Studio Restaurant
LUXURIOUS DINING
ELEGANT FRENCH CUISINE
For Something New and Different in Our Miami Area
2340 S.W. 32nd Ave. 443-2536
Make Your Reservations Before Going To The Theatre)
MORRIS & RUTH LERNER Catering for.,All Occasions.
HARRY ZUCKERMAN Istablishid in T945 ^T
"ft

3S5
tf
Famous
471 WASHINGTON AVE.
1 tablespoon butter
Salt and pepper to taste
*4 lb. farfel
3 lbs. spinach
Cook farfel in one quart boiling salted water 15 to 18 minutes
[and drain. Remove tough steins from spinach, wash and chop
|coar.-e]y. Cook covered. 3 to 5 minutes with only the water that
ling- io the leaves. Drain well and combine with cooked farfel
ind one tablespoon of butter, salt and pepper.
Wilno Sausage Co.
Has New Almanac
The Wilno Kosher Sausage Co.
las just issued a new Luach (He-
jrew Almanac) for the new year,
>729 (1968-69).
A pocket ^ze publication, the
Luach contains the entire calendar
for the coming year in English and
ing times for the Eastern. Central
| Hebrew ar.d features candle-light-
j and Western time zones (adjusted
< for daylight-saving time).
It also includes all the holidays
! and fast days, permissible wedding
dates, important pra>ers in English
and Hebrew and the American
and Israeli national anthems.
The almanac is available to read-
ers of The Jewish Floridian with
out charge bv wr-tin": Luach. P.O.
Box 2973. Miami. Fla. 33101.
1'IAUAN CUISINE
EST. 1919
OPEN FOR LUNCH
1300 N.W. 7th AVENUE
Phone 379 7661
_ JEI-3987
PARKING Ml"
FACILITIES BEACH
NOW OPEX 7 DAYS A WEEK
Weiss, former chairman
president of the Man's and
Baj' Arnarel Club of Florida,
haa beer, elected vice president
at larqe c! the National Associ-
ation c'. Men's and Boys' Ap-
parel Ciubs.
IWrWPM<*0*^W
Prime S;rloin Steak ..
Served Japanese Style
txcitinql
MIAMI
VILLAS
500 DEER KUN 885-1911
Visit Our New Cocktail lounge
EL HATM HIIO SPANISH RESTAURANT
Specialty of the House "PAEllA VALENCIANA"
Open 11:30 A.M. Til 11 P.M. Doily
2322 N.W. 7th STREET, MIAMI Phone NE 3-9496
rlAHOLD PONT ana IRVIN GORDON
GORDON and POINT
KOSHER CATERERS
from hore d'oeuvree to complete buffet
170 N.W. 5Hi ST.. MIAMI PHONE PR 4-2655
Under the strict aupervioion of the Uniteo Kiihnu Association of
Greater MiamiSupervising Rabbi: Rabbi Abraham J aatra.
OKU HOUSE WIDDINGS BAB MITZVAHS BfClfTIOHi
Continental wwa Kosher Caterers
WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS BANQUETS UNLIMITED
At Tour Home, Hall or Synagogue
CALL FOR FREE TAKE-OUT BROCHURE
Visit Miami's Only "Shomer Shabbos" Bestaurant 4
8393 BIKD ROAD, MIAMI Phone* 226-1744, 221 9096, 226-4031 <
IF NO ANSWER DIAL
66-3278
If No Anwer Dial Above Number
1216 NORMANDY DR., MB.
CAll US FOR:
PICNICS PARTIES RELIGIOUS GROUPS CIVIC GROUPS HUNTING TRIPS
FISHING TRIPS CAMPING TRIPS UNEXPECTED GUESTS TIRED MOTHERS
INDIVIDUAL CHICKEN DINNER $1.00 plus tax With This Ad
GOOD THRU SEPTEMBER 6th, 1963


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Fridr" Anoint 30, 1968
Samuel Margoshes,
Yiddish Journalist,
Dies In New York
NEW YORK (JTA) Funeral
service! were held here this week
lor Dr. Samuel Ifargoshes, Yid-
dish journalist, lecturer and a Zi-
onist leader who died here at the
:<-:e of 81
Dr Margoshes, who served for
many years as public relations di-
rector of the Jewish National Fund
in America, was horn in Galicia,
studied ai Columbia University and
received a doctorate in Hebrew
Utters from lb*' Jewish Then
cal Seminary of America in 1916.
He had been associated with the
Day-Jewish Journal, one of Nevi
York's Yiddish dailies, as a col-
umnist, editorial writer and editor
in-chief from 1923 until the time of J
his death. He was a frequent con
Iributor to Anglo-Jewish, Yiddish
and Hebrew periodicals here and .
oad.
A member oi the Zionist Actions
Committee. Dr. Margoshes helped
initiate the boycott against Nazi
Germany when he was vice presi-
dent of the American Jewish Con
-ress from 1935 to 1939 He had
served as president of the World
Congress for Jewish Culture and as
vice president of the Jewish Win
i rs' Union and was widely known
a- a pioneer in the advancement of
Jewish culture in this country. He
as associated with many literary. ,
Zionist and political groups.
Morris ISampd
Director. Of
Casablanca Hotel
Morris linsbur"h. president of
the seven Miami Beach Associated
; Hotels (Deauville, Sherry Fronte-
nac. Casablanca. Fden Roc. Crown,
Versailles and Saxony) has ap-
pointed Henry I.. Morris, veteran
Miami Beach hotel owner and ex
1 ecutive. managing director of the
417 room Casablanca. 63rd St. and
Collins Ave.. Miami Beach.
Mr. Morris has been active in
the resort hotel industry here since
1 ! itz which he owned and managed
The new Casablanca managing
director attended the University
.ol Maryland and Cornell Univer-
isity
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICE IS HKRKBT GIVBX thai
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iii buslni -- undi r lh> fictitious i
nt \\ II I.I \ M .1 ;. > | | i\\i ,|;\ .,.
Miami, Florida :"ii". In.
I' nd In LIM. I Till 111.
ill Ihi I In iiii i ".nil of 11 ili
County, Florida
w li MAM .1 ia > l i .\v i .i:\ p .\
A Professional Servlci Corporation
HI VYILLIA \i .1 ; i| |i\\ i irx
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 80159-A
in KB Batate ol
Kl.oRKNCE U. \\ ERNBK
I H-cea-. il.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IV All Creditor* nml All Person*
Having Clalraa or Demanda Against
Said Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and requir-
ed lo present any claims and demanda
which you may have again*! ihe
estate ..i FLORENCE D. WERNER
deceased late ol Dadi County, Florida,
lo ili. Count} Judge* >'f Dade County,
ami file ili. same In riuplleati nnd aa
provided In Section 731.16, Florida
si.iiuu-. i.i their offices in the County
Courthouae in Dade County, Florida,
within ~i\ ralendar month* from the
ilme >! the flral publication hereof,
or Ihe same will be barn 'l
Dated nt Miami, Florida, Ihl* Mrd
da) luguat, A l> 1*68
VIRGINIA McCl.t'RE
Aa Admlntstrarlx
Piral publics I ion Ihls notice on
Hi, loth day ol Auguat, ISSS
Ml iRTIMBR S COHEN
attorney for Admlnietrarix
1400 Ainaley Rldg .Miami.
1-M..ii.la :::!:;.
.1,- IS-JO
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 77610-B
in RE: Batate of
ROSE CATHERINE Nul'.I.K
I >. eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Person* Mm-
Ilia Claims ..i Demanda Asutnol Bald
Batate:
You an herebj notified and requir-
ed i" pn aeni any cUUma and d<
mauds which V"U max have agntnsl
Hi.- estate ROSE CATHERINE
NOBLE deceaaed lati of I Hide County,
to the Count] Judgea "t Dade County.
ami fill Hi. anmi In duplicate and
aa provided In Seel..... 733 14 Florida
Statute*, in their offlcea In the County
Courihouae In Dade County, Florida
within m\ calendar month* from Ihe
lime of the flral publication hereol
or the aame u ill be barred
Dated ul Miami. Florida, ihla 26th
day ol Augusi A l> 1968
A .n^ CRIB TO I.
A- Admlnlatrator
I'll -I Mil I all..11 ..f t Ili-- liolli on
ill ila) tUKUsl, IS'fi*
i "RISTI 'I. PMISE
Altorni \ fin Admlnlal I
:\ N:.l-:. I'n -i A\ nui
Miami. Florida
s !tu a R 13- 20
Deaths In
Greater Miami
kaminoff. Harry, ;. us Zamora
\ i. Rlveraldi
SILVERBERG. Prai cea K 68 MS
Michigan Ave., Rivi raid*
VUDELEVIT. Max H M ::; Colling
Ave X.wilian
levin. Sam 73, 11* Weal Avenue
Rlveraldi
NEWMAN lull.i. 7 Miami Riverside
phinick, Bert, B" --." XK Sol Tel
Rii. ralde Interim nl I nkeaidi
ROSEN, [leaala, 71. Michigan Avi
Bayer
SiEGEL. Irving C., 70 1218 Pennswl-
\ anta Ave R
EPSTEIN, a v M .: Baal Polnl
lir Rlveralde
haberman. Hannah 71, in; Weal
\. Rlveraldi Interment Ml Neho
HAKY. Leon 7". Of IfKI Ul "In Rd
Rlveralde
FURMAN. Dora '. 82. 151 NE 52nd
si Rlveralde Interment Mi X.-l...
HOLLANDON, Blanche, 7- lit Col-
llia A\. Rlveraldi
SCHOENBAUM. Samuel. 1128 i""l-
lin* Ave Gordon. Interment l.aki -
-i.l.
FRANKEL, Vina, s... 5J0 7i.il, Si
Ki\ erside
ROSEN, Hynian, RS, l>*; Jamea Av<
X.-w ni.ui.
ROSENTHAL Abraham. 78. HKSO
s\v i>'iih si [llaaberg
POLLOCK. William W, I01HS Colllna
Ave. Blaaaera lni-rn-ni Mi X.-Im.
COWAN. Bertha T., 71 Oordon, In-
' ram.-nl Ml X.'l.i.
ornstein. Kai.-. 75. 126" Pennsyl-
vania Av< Rlveralde Interment
Ml X. I"
SIKGEL. Morrla M IS2 SB 52nd Si
reraide Internn nt Ml x.i...
SMITH. I...IH- Charles, "H, M70 \\ i
itav Harbor Dr. Blasberg Interim ii
Mi X.I."
DRILLICK, \iii.-ii-ii. 71. **n Meridian
Avi- Riverside Intermenl Mi Si bn
DORFMAN. Myer. 72, Colllna
Av Blasberg
'.AKAY. Flslrea, si S*IS11
<"i Oordon Internmenl
GREEN. I"., my. si 7'i;
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HORWITZ. Pram M
I3ih si Oordon
KORUSH. Boris, M, s"" Washington
\v, Blasberg.
KLEIN. Dr w ill'" IS i ean
l*r Holl.....I Rlveraldi
STEINBRECHER. fluirtave
\\\ lj'.ili Si Riversld
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XnTli'K IS HEREBY CIVE.N lhal
ili. underalgiied, desiring i.....gagi
in business under ihi fk-tltlou* name
..i l-i KK'iw a i|i \ i-A i:t\i kxts nl
731 Blltmon Waj Coral Oables,
Dade County, Florida In lend* lo reglsl-
ild name i> iili the i lerk "i tan
Circuit I'miii of Ii.hI. Count) Florida
KIDXBY IIASKnK
721-731 Blltmore \\ a)
I'orai i;.,i.i.... Fli i Idi
MARTIN s BCHWARTK
Attorney for
SI] IXR1 II ASKi IB. i '" in i
8 |n : i.. 13-2"
SU I I 41h
Ml Bli ii
13th SI .
ITU 8W

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I'm. rson
BRODSKY. Philip, 72, l > I.l'
A\ I*,,,nli.ii
busch, Mr* Armli
si Rlveralde
GOLD. Mra > nhii Kh, 12l
\\. \.\iniaii.
LUTVACK. Mrs
r. i nai Ivanla a
MILLMAN. Mr* Yelta
it'.lli Ti r S.nnian
MEDNIKOW. I'll.ul.-
47tli Si Rlftaberg
TIERNEY. Mr- A
7mli Si Rlvel aldl
WEIL. Joseph A
Rlaa I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN lhal
ilu underaigned, der-lrlng lo engngi
In business under Ihe In in ii.us name*
ICBNTR ami l-MXKi:i.STKIX:
RENTE and KIXKKI.STKIX P.A al
1750 XI-: iTill street. North Miami
Bench intends lo regl lei said m......-
with the ''li-rl. of ihe Circuit Court
of Dadi County, Florida
l>RS ItKXTK ami
I'lXKlM.STIMX
F'rofeasional Aaaocialloti
SP VBBER X- ROSKIN P A
Altoi in \ > for Apnllcanta
lofi SI Blvd
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-13260
SUIT FOR
TEMPORARY AND PERMANENT
MODIFICATION OF CHILD
CUSTODY DECREE
HELEN ItiiYAJIAN.
Plaintiff.
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Defendanl
Tn i; Holaa i .! muitd
11. SoUth Man. K Sir. .1
Pentw aler, Michigan 11
You : Hi i|.i;i:i: JEUNl'liD are
hi rebj notified iliai a Bill of "om-
plaint for Temporao and Permanent
Modification of child Custody Decrei
new *' i filed airam-i you. anil you
are required to serve a copy of your
Answer or Pleading to the Bill of
I i'"111111111111 i'n ihe plaintiff's Attorney,
S'vi-i \i|;. lulls HI'TTOE, iW>
AlfTed 1 duPonl Building, .Miami.
Florida and Rle the original Anaxvar or
Pleading m the office "f the i'i.ik ..f
Mi. Circuit Court mi or before the
:'"ih day ..i Segtember, ii"" li you
I fail tn iln .. JudgmeBl liy default
u ii i-. taken ggalnal you for the re-
let demanded hi tin- Hill >.r Com-
lilamt.
Thta aotice (hall I- published ......i
aih week for four consecutive week*
I in Tin: .n:\\ ISH I'M IRIDIAN
DQXE A\n ORDERED al Miami.
l-'ii.riiiii, thla S*th day of Augusi
R R I.EATHERitAN, Clei
Circuit Court. Dad< Count) Florida
ii> r p i'i.im:i \xi>
Deputy Clark
SIXi'I.aii: iii, is .v HI'TTOE
Ufred l duPonl BuHdlng
. Mktaati Florida
I Attorneys for Plaintiff
n | :.. *n
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 79738-C
In III-: l-Mai. ol
I., n is .1 KRE.M
I a-i "l
\. ITICE Ti CREDIT! >RS
To All Creditor* and All Persona Hai
lug Claim* or Demanda Agalnat Snhl
Estate
^ n ..' hi i ii notlfii .I and requ
in preaenl an) rlatraa ami demanda
which v.>u ni.ii have ngui isl the es-
ini. of I mis i KREM ii.. a-. .1 late
of Dade County, Florida, lo thi Count)
Judges of |i i.l.- Count) and fill tl
aame in duplicate and as provided In
Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, In
their offices in the Count) Courthouse
m Dade County. Florida, within sin
calendar month* from the time of Ihi
first publication hereof, or the anmi
w ill be bat red
I';.....I ai Miaiin Florida, Ihls 28th
da) "i" August, A
s Hl'OHETTR KREM
A* Executris
Piral puiiliiaiii.n i.f tli*-- nan on
in. 10th day of Augusi 191
si 11-\ iv i : ii i| i\| vx A-
Hi M.T/.MAX
Ai lorne) for Executrix
Us.sn S.->l...|il Building
Miami. Kli.riila
s 10 li-K-13-20
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 79970- A
In BE Estate ..i
HKI.KXi: |. I'Kltl.MAX
..........I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tn All Creditors ami All Persona Hav-
ing Clairaa or Demands Againal s.iiii
FJatata
^'..u ai. hereby notified and renuir-
i-.i to presSai any claims and demanda
which *'ii ma) havi ngalnel th*
tati ol HBI.ENE M I'I'.KI.MAX
deceaaed lati "f Dade County, Florida,
lo the Count) Judaea of Dam Coaji t)
and file the same in duplii*ate and aa
provided in Section 733.IS, Florida
Rtatuti a, in iln ir offlcea In the County
t'ourthou**' In Dade County, Florida,
within -i\ calendar months from thi
time nf iln flral publication hen
nr the sami will be barred.
Dated al Miami. Florida Ihl* 2th
da) Auguat, a 11 IMS
ROBERT PERI.MAN
Exi cutor
Piral publication of thla notice on
the :'"iii day of August ISS*
A NORMAN DRI'CKBR
Vttoi ney fur Executor
212S Itlscayne Boulevard,
Mam Florida
s ;:n : 6-13-20
7.'.
i:i\ I.--III.'
47. -L'7
r.r.n
v \\
I
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M .a. 7'I NE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80249 C
lu RE Estate of
Al UK M IIKKXKY
I ia.-. il
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami All Person* Hal
w or 11.m. di Againal Saul
K-i ti
I -ii an hi iiiv in nil. .1 ami r. quir-
ed lo pn in) claims a nd demands
which you ma) haw iignlnsl thi es-
tate "f A I.Hi: M TIERNEl .1.. ... -i
f Dad* County, Florida, in the
Count) Juiit.- .a 11.1.1. Count) and
NOTICE UNDER Hie Ihe -am. In duplicate anil as pro-
FICTITIOUS NAM E LAW vlded in Section 731.16 Florida Bta-
NOTICE is HEKBRY Of\'BN lhal mi.-. in Ihelr offices in the Count)
Ihi undersigned desiring lo engagi Coui u Dadi County, Florida
buaineaa under the flclltloua naim a month* from the
VOENCIA BCONOMICA CI'BANA al time of th. firs! publication hi
i 'olllna A v
LEGAL NOT'CE
iniii s \\ i-t street. Miami, Pla to-
1 tends tn regftalar said mm adlh Hm
I'kSrlt nf the Circuit Court < Dade
Count] Kli.riila
Al IBN< I A EC >Nl >M IC \
.I. ti: \.MiT\cn is .it-
RDBIDENCI \ INC
a Florida Corp
WALTERS, .xkkirk
a 0O8TANZO
Mtvrni-vH for Applicant
|i'"li Ainaley Hldg Mi.im
g/3 S/6-13-20
or ih.- >. rn. arlll be barred
Dated ai Miami. Florida, i h i |6
la .( Auguat, A I IMA
QKOROH I TAI IANOFP
A K\i-'-utir
Flral puriinatii.il nf thi* notice on
ih.- loth da) nf Auuu-i lau
TALI \\i >PF, u Al.t.Kl:
BBROKR
Attornega fur BaecWor
US Lincoln Road
Miami Reach. Klorldu
I/SO tyg-le^M i
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 79289-A
I" RE: Estati of
in iXAI.D I'AI'l. DRESNER
l >ac eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors a*d All Persona Hav-
ing I'laim.- or Demanda Againal Said
Batate:
Vnu are heruby notified and rotiuir-
iil ii' preaenl any dalm* and demand*
which s-ii may havi against the es-
tate ol Ili'XAlli PAI'l. DRESSNEII
deceased late "f Dadi County, Florida
in iiu- County .ludices of laili- County.
ami di. ih. MM m duplk ii and a*
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Count)
Courthouse in Daae County, Florida,
within -is calendar months from ihi
tinii- of the first publication herei
.a Mh saUM WlM be harrcil
Dated at Miami. Florida, Ihl* :mIi
da) ( August, v 11 i'":s
AI.X'IX CHANJN and
SYLVIA ASH DUE8NBII
As Ailmnn-irai"i->
I'm -1 publll all. ai of thi* mill "ii
Mi. 30th da) of Auguat, I96S
A NORMAN DRI'CKBR and
MICH \i:i I OBTBI MAN
Attorneys fur Administrator*
2126 Blscayne Boulevard
- :.. i. .1
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE IS HBRBUY OIVEN thai
b) virtue of Chapter 678 of Florida
statute* Annotated (1941), Wan
housemen and Warehouai Receipts,
wherein ABB VAN I inks ,. I"
rorooralioa by virtue of ii> warehouse
ii. ii has in ii- possession the follow-
ing describi 'I propert)
Csed Bouaehold :.....la i* the propert)
of MR and MRS C BWEBXEv trhoac
las! known local address am* 1529
iiili.ni Avenue Ki Worth, Taxaa and
ti Mi, 15th da) i.f S. pii ml.!-.
iw during Mo- legal Koura ol
mainl) between ll:no forenoon and
_ "' in the afternoon al SIM x u
J41h Avenue, Miami. Kli.riila. the
undaralgned shall offer fur sale lo
Mi, hlgaeel bidder fur cash in hand
the above described propert) .a MB.
and MRS C SWEENEY
I:.le,l at Miami. Kli.ri.la. thi- find
day of aukum. 1961
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HER Kin I1IVBN thai
the unden-igiied, deslritiK lo engngi
in hu> lues* in '! t the flctitli u- nami
..I WHITE SHARK INN nl 5240 w
Flagli i Stn el Intend i" n gister alil
mi mi u llh ih.- i 'I. i k "i thi i
,-..,in u| Dadi County, Florida
w .1 PORTER
MILDRED M l'i IRTER hi* Ife
Sole i \\ III i -
iv ESSI I'.K. MAS8B1 .s
IlKi'M'.I.H \\
Attorne) fi ir Applti ants
19." Blltmon \\ a) Coral liable*
- 3 9 6-1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRBUY OIVEN Ihnl
ilu undersigned, desiring lo i
in business under the flctitloU* iani. -
i.f TIOBRETTES ami TIOERBTTES
INC at 914 Alnalej Building, Miami
Florida Intends to reglstei said namea
with th. Clerk nf ih. Clreull Courl of
lia.le County, Florida.
TIOBRETTES, INC
a l-'i..i Ida corporation
Sob "\\ ii. r
Ft) i:.. 'I Tml ). President
MARVIN I WIENER, KSi.'
1212 Alnsle) Building, Miami, Fla
attorney for Tlgerettes, In.
. ,i ;i .,. l ;; .^'n
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
Tn ALL Tn WHOM THESE PRE-
SENTS SUM I. COME HBBETINOS:
Whereaa, MYRON SPoNDER. North
Miami. Florida: PHILIP BLOOM,
North Miami. Florida; OBRTBI'DB
SAPRA. North Miami, Florida ili.I on
ih. 19th day "f March, A I' ltd
cause to be Incorporated under the
laws of the State of Florida B COHEN
INCORPORATED a corporation, with
it principal place ol business al
North Miami. Dade County In the
State of Florida, and whereas such
i il|...lali' dill mi Ihe 20h ila> i'f
August' A 11 I96H, i-ain. lo be Bled
in the office of thi s. lary "f Slate
f the siat. of Florida, Ihi docu-
mentary authorlt) required under
-.7. Florida Statutes, show-
ing thi dlssolutl n of such i-orporallon
\"M therefore, the Secretary of
Btati does hereby eertlf) to the f.....
going and thai he i- satisfied lhal
the r. nil:- in. tn- "f tin la havi
1.1. n complli a llh.
IX WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto -.1 m: hand and have affix-
ed the Oreal Seal "f the Stall of
Florida al Tallahassee. Ih< Capital,
Ihla th. 20th iUr of Augusi, AD
196a
Ti )M AD \MS
Si n lary of State
... ...
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DAOE COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 68-12614
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARGARET V BWAJN.
Plaintiff,
Vm
CALVIN SWAIN, JR
Defendanl
Ti CALVIN s\v MX, JR
Routi I Boa 147
Cairo Senmia "iT'-'s
\ .ii i'\i VIS s\\ ai\. JR are
hei ay m lifted Ihii l a Bill ol I !om -
plaint for Divorrg has beau filed
againal you. and you an required In
serve n -i>> "f your Answer or Plead-
ing lo tin Bill "i Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney, LESTER BOO-
BBS, BStJ ''' X w ilih Street.
Miami. Plorlda fttid file ihe original
Aii-wer i-r Pleading in Ihl office of
in, Clerk "f tin cir. ult Court on or
before tin j7tli da) of September,
196*1 If >"ii fail i" iln s.i. }udgineul
l.> defattll "ill be taken againal >'ou
ii Hi. relief ili ill null il in Ihe Kill
ol Complaint.
Thi- notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive week*
in Tilt: JEM ISH FI ORIDIAS
DONE AND ORDERED ai Miami,
Plorlda, ihls 16th day of Augual A M
I96D
i: R I.EATHBRMAN, Clerk,
Clreull Court, Dude County, Florida
B) i' P iPBLAND
I "IIU I'll I I,
H'll-i nil Courl Seal!
I i:s'i i:i: RihieRS. BSg
: x \\ 141 h Street
Miami l-'l"! Ida
: -
-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XnTli i: IS HEREBY OIVES thai
tin- underalgneil, dealrlng i" engage
in business under Ihe flclltloua name
..r NORTH DADE AITO PABTS.
INC al 16527 S.W, 87th
Opa Locka. Plorlda Inland tn
said name wiiti the Clerh
CirCUll '"'ill "I I laili l "llillv
ARMANI" i MAXIKI. HKRRER \
HARRY KHBNv\
BOY S WII1I.K
JACK .1 WEISS
Attorney for
Worth Da.de .Vuto Parts. In.
S/23-30 9'6-1.1
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THF
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOf
COUNTY.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
No. 68-12309
ACTION FOR DIVORCE
INNIK HOPKINS,
Plaintiff,
Vs
ii.si'KIc HOPKINS.
I lendnnt.
J'i OSCER IH M'K INS
1134 H'llnai lllvl
St. I.iuis. Mn 63Hi>
You, OSCBH HOPKINS
b) notified thai an ai I........i |i
ha* been filed again*! you
.it required t" aei ire a ii .
Anauer or Pleading to Ihi i
Complaint on tin Pluliit iff
AISSLBE R. KEHDIK, 1.1 s\l I .
Ji ii" Rd i 'oral dallies, ii, ., ,
and file Ihe original An* ..-,. i
Ing in il.....iii. ,,i thi i ,, .
i Ircuii '"in t on in befon
da) of Bepl 1961 li you fi ||
juilgmeni i.> di fault w ni i..
i \ ..ii '"i- .
in the a. '"ii
ii notii shall I., in: i
eek foi ui i ...
in THE JB ISH I'M IH i
1.1 n I: \ n i > 11:111
ilu- 12th da)
i'.i -
R R I EATHER.M t> l'i,
i Court : i."' i' ii
Rj I. S Di PIFITRi
I '. .in. .
11 -i.. mi Court Seal i
AI SSI.BE II I" 1:1 i
v ii > for Pla
-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT o
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC. '
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOP I
COUNTY. IN CHANCERS
No. 68-12187
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JKRKY ll.\l\n HI'RT
Plaii
\ -
LORESE HI'RT
11. I. ii.lain
Ti I OKENE HI'RT
D, femli
J ll.'l Null II I 'elil.......il
High Polnl
North i 'nrolina
You. l.i-RKXi: III l:l an
. notlfii il thai r Hill "' '"ini'
I ni orce lias been filed ngaim u
) "U a. ri quln 'I t.. mh.
of i ..ui Answer or Pleading to t> I'al
of Complaint on the Plaintiff r
MII.TiiN a PRIEDMAN. IHI
-:. i Building Miami, Floi Ida am
Mi. original Answer or Pleading i "
office "f ih.- Clerk the Cir u
Court "II or hei.'le llli I'Hl; ili
September, 196a, li you fail 'i
ludgroi ni by default III bi l
: iMin-i you for ihi ia ii. i 'i. m
it tn. itiii i.f Complaml
Thi* notli shall published
each week for fi.ur iiinsecutivi
in THE JEWISH KI ORIDIAN
DONE VNIi ORDEBED n Mi..n
Florida, 'In- v'ti ilaj nl Augusi i I
l'.ii.s
K r. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Clreull Court. Dade County, Floi
By: l^ M I.l MAN
i.. put) i lerk
H 'in nil i '"in t Seal I
MII.TON v PRIEDMAN
1111 Ainaley Building
M :i ini Florida
. i ti.i Phtintifl
l'i: 1-5664
s i.. : ..
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COlRT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 79973-C
in i:i: iM.-,t. .a
At ROR \ M-AIIH'lii
..........1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Creditors and All Person* llai
Ing Claim* > Demand* Against Sa
i: lati
\ .ii an hen by notified and n qu i
il in preaenl an) claim*1 ami demainl
I which nil may have against thi -
late of Al'IH >R \ APARICH I di
lati "i Dadi County, Plorlda, lo It
Count) Judge* ii Dadi Count)
file Ihe same in duplicate and
\ nle.1 in S"' llol PI.....la SI
tut.s in their offlcea In ihe
I Courthouae In Dnde Coumy, Fk>ri
wnhin s,s calendar munth* trom I'
time nl ihe first publlcatlou here.
..r Mie aami will be l.arreil
D.iie.i ai Miami, Florida, thi- 1211
da) ol Auguat. a D i "
SKR' ih VPARU ii
A- Aiillliiilsi rali't
Kir*! puhlli ali......i thla I i
Ih. Iillh ila\ "I Alliru-l. l!".s
OR! IV'ER CI.M I'S'T
\\ EINSTEIN fc STACKER
Attorney* for Admlniatratot
4:'" i.i'' niii Road
Miami llea< li Kloriila MI39
I/16-;
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF TMi
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU1"
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DAOt
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 68-12146
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Xi IBMAN THEEL
Plaintiff
M \I:iiiN YVONNE THBEI.
I '. tidanl
li i MARK 'N YVONNE Tlli:i:i
liisiii.-iiii L'nki
You, MARIli.N YVONNE
ar. hereb) i lifted Hint i '
f,.r Dlvi n li..-
M.u. ..ml you are uln < '
,,'I'V -I > -. 11 r Ai.-... I r Pit
the Complaint foi Dit
Plain!ifr* attorney. R' >N v
DAVIS K-.i III l
Ing 19 w Plagler s
Florida : Phone
-
Avenue,
i. l late!
of Ihe
Kli.rnla
fill II..... er or Pit
Ihi offli of ih.- Clerk of 'I" '
Court tote Mi. ;
S..|ii.nil.. i. << li you fa I
iuilwni.it I.i default vll '"
aitaTnal vii for Ihe rellel den
in iln Hill "f Complaint
Tin- ni.i..... slmll ~' puldl*he.l "*
each week for f-iir n-- ''">'
la thi: jew isii ki oridi \N.1.i,n,
DONE AND ORDERED >"!",
PI.....la Mii llh Hay ..I AUSU*1
1961 ., ,i
K i: LBATHERV vN. ,-, ,,.i .
Cir. uit Court. Dade ..uiO. rr
II) : K M I.VM vN
Deputy Clerk
iCireuit Court Seal) _, ,,6


idcry, August 30. 1968
viewfsft Hark/ton
Pace 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
. ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 68-12313
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JBN.IAMIN A. MARKOPF,
\ Plaintiff,
vs.
!>BE MARKOPF,
I lefendanl
i KOBE MARKOPF
Hudson View Estates Apt, D-H
Peeknkill, Mew V.rk
You KOBE MARKOPF, are hereby
-niifiod thai a Bill of Comptahll for
Kjvotve li:i^ bean filed agalnal you,
KihI you are retiulrad to nerve a copy
If >our Answer or Pleading 1" the
11111 of Complalnl on the Plaintiff*
Ittorney, JOBBPH W. MAI.EK, BSQ.,
|r><> Lincoln Road, Suit"- Ml, Miami
leach, Florida, and file th.....-iginal
jhnsw cr or Pleading In the office of
III,- Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the Hth day of {September,
|96V. |f you fail to do so. iudgt m.'nt
Eiy di fault will be taken against you
Eor the relief demanded In the Hill
hf Complaint.
Thin notice -hall be published once
a.h week for four consecutive weeks
fin THK JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
f DONE AMI ORDERED at .Miami.
rpinrlda, this izttt day of August, A.D.
1968
B It LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
My: /hi .1. C SMITH
1i-nuty ('lerk
(Circuit Court Beat)
x-16-23-3" 8 fi
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 79853
in r.i'.: Batate of
JOSEPH ASH
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
| nig Claims or DeDUUlda Against Bald
I Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
Lto present any claims and demands
[which vou may have against the
(estate of JOSEPH ASH deceased late
of l>ado County. Florida, to thu County
I Judges of Dade County, and file the
I Kiinc In duplicate aiid ail provided in
Section 78S.lt. Florida Statutes. In
their office* in the County Courthouse
[in Hade County. Florida, within six
alctidar nionlhs from the time of the
first publication hereof, or the .-ame
rill be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this lbth
flav of August. A.D. 19611.
SAYDB ASH, KAWl'TltlX
SEYMOUR J SIMON. faWl-'TflR
Miami Reach First National Hank
By: James I.. Newman
Assistant Vice President and
Trust Officer
As Administrator C. T. A.
First publication of this notice on
_.j 23rd day of Augu.-t. 1968
.SIMON. HAYS ft
GKt'NDWBHO
Attorneys for Kstate
301 Afnsley Building
Miami. Florida 33132 .....
8/23-30 9'6-13_
v IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80-078-A
".In RE: Estate of
tKUA COHEN
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
to All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
nc Chums or Demands Against Said
bttatc:
You arc hereby notified and rcquir-
to present any. claims and demands
Men you may have against the
ie of CBLIA COHEN deceased
lU, of Dade County, Florida, to the
Mltty Judges of Dade County, and
|U the same In duplicate and as
nviUvd In Section 73X16. Florida
Mutes, in their offices In the County
DurUiouse in Dade County. Florida,
ithln six calendar months from the
of the first publication hereof.
. the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this lMh
tav ,.( August, A.D. 1968.
II MllllS HARRY COHEN
As Executor
* First publication of this notice on
rfftif 23rd day of August. 1968.
'ANDREW L KENNEDY
ittorney for Executor
|S11 8W 6th Street .
Miami, Florida 33134
8/23-30 9 6-13 _
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (HVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
fc-ln busliiesa under the fictitious name
tint CAPCd INTERNATIONAL at 2020
N.W. Miami Court, Miami. Dade
SCounty. Florida Intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Kcircuil Court of Dade County. Florida.
CAPCO MANUFACTURING
CORP., a Florida
corporation, sole owner
3 SIIBVIN. OOODMAN
ft IHU.TZMAS
*_ Attorneys for Applicant
346 -Ml Bey bold Building
Miami. Florida 3S132 .....
________ 8/23 -30 9/6-13
- NOTICE "UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
' the undersigned, desiring to engage In
I business under the fictitious name
of TROPICANA APTS. at 8101 Bts-
! cuyne Boulevard, Miami, Florida In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
TIBOR HOLLO
FINE ft JACOUSON
Attorneys for Applicant
8/23-30 9/6-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious names
of GREEN BRIAR NURSING CENT-
ER and GREEN BRIAR NURSING
HOME, at 9820 North Kendall Drive.
.Mm mi. I>ade County. Florida. Intends
to register said names with the Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Dade County,
i Florida.
ORBBN BRIAR NURSING
HOME. INC.
A Florida corporation
By: MAX MINSKY, PRESIDENT
ITSNE AND JACOBSON
Attorneys for
Green Briar Nursing Home. Inc.
M East Flagler Street
Miami, Florida 33131
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BY HENRY LEONARD
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LEGAL NOTICI
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
M'Tnii is HEREBY GIVEN
Hi.- undersigned, desiring Id el
in business under the fictitious
"f BLAIR, KHOADE8 A BALI
at Box .....7 North Bay Village,
33141 intends to register said i
unit the <'lerk of the Circuit Cou
I lade County, Florida.
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LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 68-12416
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JOHNNY LEE JESS.
riaintlff.
MATTIE MAY JESS.
Defendant.
TO: MATTIE MAY JESS
38 Palmer Street
Camilla. Georgia
You. MATTIE MAY JESS, are here-
by notified that a BUI of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you, and you ure required to serve .
copy of yuur Answer or Pleading to
the Bill of Complaint on the Plain-
tiffs attorney. ARTHUR W. KAR-
LICK, 99'J N. W. 14th St.. Miami.
Florida, and file the. original Answer
or Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
19 day of September, 1968. If you fall
to do so. judgment by default will bo
taUen ugarnst you for the relief de-
manded In the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FIXMUD1AN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 13 day of August, A.D.
1968.
E B. LBATHBRMAN. Clerk,
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By: K. M. I.YMAN, Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
ARTHUR W. KARLICK
999 N. W. 14th Street
Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
8/16-2:1-30 9/6
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 79706
In RE: Kstate of
MEYER LICHTENSTE1N
I>cc eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pi rsons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of MEYER UCHTBNSTE1N de-
ceased late of Dade County. Florida.
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same In duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the amc will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 12th
day of August, A.D. 1968.
C.EORGB SCHWARTZ
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the lth day of August. 1968.
EDWIN It. OINSBURC
MYERS, KAPLAN ft PORTER
Attorneys for Executor
1150 S.W. First Street
Miami. Florida ,/le.2,.M ,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 79303 C
In RE: Estate of
HERMAN K. NBUHAUS
I NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demaJids
which you may have against the es-
tate of HERMAN K. NEIHAIS de-
Ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Dade Coirnty,
.i'lit file the -aim in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16. Florida Bta-
tules, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade Count>. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will he barred.
Dated at Miam Florida, this 7th
day of August. A.D. 1!'S.
THE MIAMI BEACH
FIRST NATIONAL HANK
By: J. L NEWMAN.
Assistant Vice President
and Trust Officer
and HOWARD R HIRSCH
As Co-Executors
Pint publication of this notice on
the 9th day of August. 1968.
HOWARD R. HIRSCH
Attorney for Co-Executors
8101 Biscayne Boulevard,
Miami, Florida, 33138.
8,9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice is hereby given that under-
signed, desiring to engage in business
under the fictitious names of Blegal
Medical Group; Sicgal Medical Group
Professional As.-ociation; The Over-
weight Medical Clinic; at 720 N.W.
27th Avonue. Miami, Florida intend"
to register the said names with th*
lerk of the circuit court. Dade County.
Florida.
Dated at Miami. Florida this 14th
day of July 1968.
SIEGAL MEDICAL GROUP P. A.
a Florida professional
service corporation
Sole Owner
BERNARD V. GOI-DFAP.B
Attorney for Applicant
ISM So. Dixie Highway
Coral Gabbs. Florida-
8/9-l6-J3-:t0
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOU8 NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business Under- the fictitious name
of TRIPLE D ENTERPRISES, INC.
d/b/a PRODUCTS UNLIMITED at
Suite 211 Executive Building 1175
Northeast 125th Street. North Miami.
Florida intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dude County, Florida.
TRIPIJ-: 1> ENTERPRISES. INC.
By: HENRY D. DUBIN
President
DEMOS AND DAVIS
By. RON ALU U DAVIS
Attorneys for
Triple D. Enterprises, Inc.
417 Blscayne Building
19 W. Klagler Street
Miami, Florida m6.-a.M ,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of MASTER BUSINESS SERVICES
sit 550 N.E. 138th Street, North Miami.
Florida Intends to register said name
with the Clerk of the Clrcatt Court
of Dade County, Florida.
PHILIP R. ANDREA
8,9-16-23-30
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 800.-0-B
In RE: km.,', of
SALLY CLARK
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All la-editors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of SALLY CI.ARK deceased late
of Dude County. Florida, to the County
Judges of Dade County, and file the
sume in duplicate and as provided In
Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, In
their offices In the County Courthouse
In Dade County, Florida, within six
' calendar months from the time of
the first publication hereof, or the
same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 2nd
day of August, A.D. 1968
J.BON KAPI.AN
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 9th day of August. 1968.
MYERS. KAPK\Nlfc PORTER
Attorneys for Executor
1150 S.W. 1st Street
8/9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undi reigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of KAY SOKOI.OW d/b/a THE
SCENE at 413*- S.W. TSUl Avenue.
Miami. Florida Intend lo regist. r
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Courl of Dade County. Florida.
KAY SOKOIAHV
loo percent
GOLDMAN. OOIJJSTEIN &
PACZIER
2401 W. Flagler Street
Miami, Florida 33135
j Attorneys for Applicant
I x n-M 9 $-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-11984
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ROSA ELIZABETH RANDOLPH.
Plaintiff,
vs.
GEORGE WESLEY RANDOLPH,
Defendant.
TO: GEORGE VVE8LEY
RANDOLPH
Route No. 1
Box 71
Waverly, i leorgia
You. GEORGE WESLEY RAN-
DOLPH, are hereby notified that a
I'omplaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Complaint on the Plain-
tiff's attorney. STANLEY P. KAP-
LAN. S0G Blscayne Building, Miami.
Florida 33180 and file the original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 12th day of September,
LS4H if you rail t" do so. Judgment
by default will be taken against you
for the relief demanded in the Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THK JEWISH FI/mil>IAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this 6th day of August A.D.
1968.
E. It. LEATHERMAN, clerk,
Circuit Curt. Dade County. Florida
By; '" p. ct IPELAND
Deputy t.'lerk
(Circuit Court Si-all
v 1-16-13-30
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 79926-B
In RE: Estat.....
A. LEVINE. a k a
ABE LEVINE
1).....lased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pi rsOII* Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Estate;
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which vou may have against the es-
tate of A. LEVINE, a k a ABE LE-
VINE deceased late of Had' County,
Florida, to the County Judges Of I>ade
County, and file tin- same in duplicate
and as provided in Section 7.t:t.l6.
Florida Statutes. In their offices In
the County Courthouse in Dad. County,
Florida, within si\ calendar months
from the time "I" the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 3th
day of August, A.D. 1968.
BETTY LEVINE
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the 9th day of August. 1968.
BARNETT ROBINSON. JIL and
EDWARD A. SIRKIN
Attorneys for Executrix
410 Concord Building
Miami, Florida 33130
8 9-16-23-30
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 793S2-A
In RE: Estate of
Rl IAS MENOEI-SON a/k'a
EIJAS MENDBI^SOIIN
Dc< eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of ELI AS MENDBLSON a/k'a
EI.IAS MENDEI.SOHN deceased lute
of Dade County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16. Florida Sta-
tutes, In their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof.
or the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 2nd
day of August. A.D. 1968.
First publication of this notice on
the 9th day of August. 1968.
ABRAHAM MENDBLSON
As Executor
ROMMEL. ROGERS. LORBER
& SHENKMAN
Attorneys for Executor
420 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
8 9-1C-23-30
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78263-1
In RE: Estate of
WILLIAM NEMSER
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREOITORS. ,
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Batata!
You are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims and de-
mands which ou may have agalnat ihe
estate of WILLIAM NEMSER de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the Count) Judges of Dad- County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 133.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the County
Courthouse in I lade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
Or the saine will be burred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 16lli
day of July, A D. 1968.
JOSEPH NEMSER
As Ancillary Executor
First publication of this notice ,n
the 9lli dav of August. 1968.
II Y.MAN NEMSER
Attorney for Executor
r.5 West 42rJd Street,
New York City, NY.
8/9-16-23-30
ATTENTION
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 76702
In RE: Estate of
JOHN \V. Ct iLTRAIN
!>,.,,., ,|
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons n.,\
itig Claims or Demands Against Sal
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requli -
eii to present any claims and demani
which you may have against the ..
late of JOHN W. COLTRAJN dee..,
Ml late "f Dade County, Florida, to th
Comity Judgca of Dade County, an
fib- tin- same iii duplicate and as prr
vided in Section T33.lt. Florida Btl
tut'-s in their offices in the Count
Courthouse in Dadt County, Florid:
within six calendar months from th
time of the first publication hereoi
or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, this ,'
day of August, a d. 1M8
(si KATHLEEN COLTRAIN
As Administratrix
First publication of this notii >
on the 9th of August, 1968
SOL ALEXANDER
Attorney for Administratrix
19 W. Flagler Street, Suite 317
8/9-16.23-30
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-11711
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
CHRISTINE NICHOLS
Plaintiff
VB I
RICHARD NICHOLS
I fendant.
TO: RICHARD NICHOLS
Residence Unknown
You. RICHARD NICHOLS, are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against yon
and you are required to serve a cop
of your Answer or Pleading to th
Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff'
attorney. STANLEY E GOODMAN
26SS N.W. 62nd Street. Miami,-Florid-i
and fib- the original Answer or Plead
ing hi the office of the Clerk of th-
Circuit Court on or before the 6th da-
of September. 1968. If you fail to d--
so, judgment by default will be talo I
against you for the relief demand*
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published one
each week for four consecutive week
in THE JEWISH FI/HUDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miam
Florida, this 31st day of July A.D
1968.
E. It. LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Clrcull Court, Dade County. Florida
By: N A. HBWETT
(Ciruit Court Seal)
Deputy Clerk
STANLEY E GOODMAN
Attorney for Plaintiff
2688 N.W. 62nd Street
691-0380
8,9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thu
the undersigned, desiring to cngag'
in business under the fictitious name
of SPARBER AND ROSKIN; SPARB-
BR AND ROSKIN P. A. at 100
N. Blscayne Boulevard, Miami. Florida
Intends to register said name with th*
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad
Count v. Florida.
SPARBER AND ROSKIN
Professional Association
8/9-16-23-30
IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 79830-C
In RE: Estate of
LENA EPSTEIN
D*c eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demand-
which you may have against the es-
tate of LENA EPSTEIN deceased late
of Dade County, Florida, to the County
Judges of Dude County, and file the
same in duplicate and as provided In
Section 733.16. Florida Statutes, In
their offices In the County Courthous*.
in Dad, County, Florida, within six
ralendHr months from the time of tho
first publication hereof, or the same
will 1" barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 18th
day of July. A.D. 1968.
JACOB EPSTEIN
As Administrator
First publication of this notice on
th. 9th day of August, 1968.
MAUN FABER
Attorney for
Rotate Administrator
1012 Ainslcv lildg., Miami
8/9-16-23-30
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of BERRY PATCH at 2320 S.W. 57th
Avenue. Miami Intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dado County. Florida.
RICHARD a. HUBBLE
LENNOX K. BERRY
KESSLEK. .MASSEY ft
BECKERMAN
Attorneys for Applicants
49.'> Blltmore Way
Corn! Gables
8,-I-2J-i*


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ALL CHEESE & LUNCH MEATS SLICED TO ORDER'
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