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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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Language:
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
September 6, 1968

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Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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"clewlsh FlorTidfian
Combining THf JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
lurne 41 Number 36
Miami, Florida. Friday. September 6, 1968
Two Sections Price 20c
Expert Says Arabs Will Never Accept Israel
By Special Report
STARLIGHT, Pa. Arab edu-
|ors and most government lead-
are so "utterly dedicated' to
destruction of Israel that they
ly never accept proposals for
ice in the Middle East, in the
jnion of an American scholar,
( back from an official fact-
ling mission to Egypt and
Wan.
)r Allen Pollack, assistant Pro-
fessor of Western History at the
University of Pittsburgh, said he
had never before encountered such
"vicious hatred" as that expressed
gainst Israel by Arab scholars,
many of them graduates of lead-
ing American and European uni-
versitiesand to slightly lesser ex-
tent by Arab political leaders, as
well.
The American historian told a
session of the International Lead-
ership Training Conference of the
Bnai B'rith Youth Organization at
Camp B'nai B'rith that Russia
alone holds the key to the only
and faintpossibility for peace in
the Middle East.
"Quite candidly." ho said. "I
previously thought Israel had not
done enough to achieve peace in
recent years. Now, however. I am
convinced that nothing it could
have doneor can do nowwould
make the slightest difference."
Dr. Pollack's grim prognosis fol-
lowed acceptance by him and three
colleagues of an invitation from
the governments of Egypt and Jor-
dan to visit these countries in be-
half of the newly formed American
Professors for Peace in the Mid-
dle East, of which he is the na-
tional secretary.
"The Arabs." Dr. Pollack told
165 leaders of the BBYO. "have a
fantastic sense of history, which
ihey say only the Jews can fully
understand. If the Jews were able
to wait thousands of years to re-
claim Israel, they say they, too.
can wait indefinitely until the) are
able to retake Palestine.
"And," he added, they arc pre-
pared to lose another warand
another. Eventually, they say, they
will win the one war that really
counts, regardless of the horren-
dous loss in lives and treasure."
For the Arabs, Dr. Pollack said.
Continued on Page 8-A
| Humphrey Viewed as
Firm Friend Of Israel
CHICAGO (JTA) Vice Presi-
It Hubert H. Humphrey, who
selected last week as the Dem-
tatic nominee for President, has
porously supported Israel's cause
jughout his career as a mem-
of the Senate and as Vice
esident. Early in August, he re-
fated his advocacy of continued
ted States military aid to Is-
\\ and said this should include
sale to Israel of "supersonic
les such as Phantom jets"
ich Prime Minister Levi Eshkol
asked President Johnson for
[n he visited the President last
luary.
1 iv Humphrey clarified his views
the Phantom jet matter Aug. 4.
esponse to a telegram from the
(erican Israel Public Affairs
imittee in Washington, asking
to clarify his July 11 statement
ch said he favored continued
tary assistance to Israel, In-
ling jet planes, but did not
|ifj what kind of jet plane.
I'mted States has provided Is-
with subsonic Skyhawk jet
lers.
kplying to the telegram, Mr.
^phrey said that the cause of
lie East peace was not being
by Soviet supplies of weap-
[t the Arab states. "Until per-
snt peace is achieved and the
race ended," he said, "con-
t i United States military assis-
to Israel is justified. This
lance should include super-
planes such as Phantom jets.
|he real answer lies in agreed
tnament. It is in the interests
the people of the Middle
to engage actively in nego-
agreements among the na-
Of the region."
his July II statement the
President had also said that
Iround for a permanent Middle
' peace were the acceptance of
Israel by its Arab neighbors, the
transformation of truce lines into
"agreed and secure boundaries, Is-
raeli navigational rights in the
Suez Canal and the Gulf of Akaba,
an end to the arms race, and inter-
national assistance to help solve
the Arab refugee problem.
As a member of the Senate,
starting in 1949. Mr. Humphrey
sponsored legislation to aid Israel
Continued on Page 5 A
ISRAEL FILES COMPLAINT
Council Mulls
New Charges
VKt PRESIDENT HU/MPHBfy
'Zionist Plot' Charges In
Attack On Czech Liberals
VIENNA (JTA) Anti-liberal
elements in Czechoslovakia as
early as last spring were using an
alleged "Zionist plot" in attempts
to discredit the reform regime of
Communist Party First Secretary
Alexander Dubcek, it was disclosed
this week hv Simon Wicsenlhal.
head of the Jewish Documentation
Center here. Mr. Wiesenthal said
the leaflets circulated in Prague
early last May warned against a
takeover by "Zionists" and singled
out Prof. Eduard Goldstuecker,
rector of Charles University in
Prague, head of the Czech Writers
Union and a supporter of Mr. Dub-
cek, as one of the plotters.
The disclosure by Mr. Wiesenthal
followed reports this week that
toth Poland and East Germany
were trying to justify their partici-
pation in the Soviet-led invasion of
Czechoslovakia by alleging that
"Zionist forces" had taken over
the party leadership in Czechoslo-
vakia and were subverting So-
cialism there
The Neues Deutscliland. the main
organ of East Germany's ruling
Communist Party, charged that
"Zionist forces have taken over
the leadership" of the Communist
Party in Czechoslovakia. In War-
saw, the Polish government's anti-
Jewish campaign, which had abat-
ed in recent weeks, was revived
by Maj. (Jen. Jan Czapla. who
charged in an article in the Polish
Communist Party newspaper Try-
buna Ludu that "Zionists" were re-
sponsible for the "real threat of
transition from Socialism to capi-
talism" which justified the Soviet-
led invasion of Czechoslovakia.
Gen Czapla, who is deputy chief
of the Polish Army's political
board, drew a parallel between the
"anti-Socialist" forces at work in
Poland last spring and those in
Czechoslovakia and said the "com-
mon element" was the "extremely
vigorous combination of revision-
ism and Zionism."
Mr. Wiesenthal said it was never
established who printed and dis-
continued on Page 15-A
JERUSALEMLocal, but sharp
gunfire exchanges by Israeli de- !
fense forces with regular troops of
both Jordan and Syria this week
punctuated Israel's call for an
emergency meeting of the United
.Nations Security Council.
The UN. went into session after j
Israel strongly protested an Egyp- '
tian ambush of an Israeli patrol
along the Sue/ Canal last week
which left two Israelis dead and
one an apparent kidnap victim.
Cairo denied any knowledge of
the affair, but Israel decided to
press its call after several inter
national developments highlighted
by Tunisia's walkout from the cur-
rent Arab League conference. The
Tunisians bitterly criticized United
Arab Itepublic attempts to muffle
opposition to the Egyptians' re-
newed "hawkish'' altitude towards
Israel.
Syria acknowledged two fatali-
ties in Tuesday's battle with Israeli
units, while Jordan claimed it suf-
ered no casualties in a fresh out-
break ol border hostilities.
Israel vehemently denied Jor-
lanian claim- that Israel planned
i major retaliation against contin-
ued attacks by Jordan based Arab
terrorists against Isra 'li territory.
Foreign Minister A1 ba Eban told
United Nations peace envoj Dr
Gunnar V. Jarring that reports
mushrooming in Arab capitals that
Israel was about to launch a major
military assault against Jordan
were "malicious fabrications."
Press and radio reports from
Cairo. Baghdad, Amman and other
Arab capitals claimed that Israel
planned to take advantage of the
Big Power preoccupation with the
Czech crisis to launch an all-out
attack aimed at destroying the
Continued on Page 15-A
American Jews Facing
Major Youth Problems
By Special Report
BKANDEIS. Calif. The Amer-
ican Jewish community for the
first time in its history faces a
"serious youth problem with a
growing behavioral pathology that
cannot be swept under the rug."
in the opinion of a national promi-
nent Jewish youth educator.
"The Jewish profile was never
more fragile than now," according
ISRAEL BOND CONFERENCE
New Finance Minister Due In U.S.
ZV SHASlf
NEW YORK Zeev Sharef, Is-
rael*! new Minister of Finance,
will make his first appearance in
the United States since his appoint-
ment to that post, at the Economic
Emergency Conference for Israel
Bonds being held here this week-
end.
More than 450 Jewish leaders
from communities throughout the
United States and Canada are ex-
pected to attend the conference,
which will seek means of Increas-
ing Israel Bond sales to make up
the recent 20 percent cut in Is-
rael's Development Budget caused
by increased defense expenditures.
Mr. Sharef. who also holds the
portfolio of Commerce and Indus-
try, is one of Israels foremost pub
lie servants. He has been a pioneer,
laborer, intelligence officer, state
planner, historian, and financial
and economic expert. Elected to
the Knesset, Israel's parliament, in
1965. he was a leading member of
its Finance Committee before be-
ing named to the Commerce and
Industry post in 1966. The Finance
Ministry was added to his responsi-
bilities last month, when Pinhas
Sapir resigned as its head to be-
come Secretary-General of Israel's
Labor Partv.
After working as a laborer when
he first came to Palestine in 1925
from his native Rumania. Mr. Sha-
ref held various administrative
posts, and then became deputy
head of the Intelligence Service of
the Haganah. Jewish defense force
during the British Mandate.
From 1943 to 1947 he was Sec
retary of the Political Department
of the Jewish Agency When prep-
arations began for the establish
ment of the State of Israel, he was
called upon to set up its adminis-
' irative system. He served as Sec-
retary of the Cabinet from 1948
Cont nued on Page 5-A
to Graenum Berger. camps and ed
ucation consultant for community
centers of the Federation of Jew-
ish Philanthropies of New York,
who sDoke at Brandeis Camp In-
stitute here, at the conclusion of a
four-day study of special methods
and techniques to help today's
'Jewish college students "rediscov-
er" Judaism's meaning in the mod-
I ern world
Mr. Berger. who headed a dele-
gation of 13 eastern Jewish camp
directors, said that national Jewish
leaders and organizations are con-
cerned about Ids- of faith, failing
tamih controls and a "moral and
pathological decline" among Jew-
ish young people.
"It has been estimated that 35
to 40 percent of the Haight-Ashurv
Continued on Page 15-A
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Friday. September 6, 3gg
Local Leaders Attend
Z.O.A. Convention
RABBI DAVID SHAPIRO
Argentine Trade Fair To
Feature Israel Exhibition
BIEXOS AIRES fJTA) The
t'-t Israeli exhibit ever to go
I was was due here aboard the
'"-.'.ip Mandarincore.
The display, valued at SI million
ighs 2 000 tons and will cover
iare meters of floorspaci
trade '>'" ,uai opens
in Buenos Aires on Oct. 5.
n Talbar. deputy director
of the Ministry of Commerce and
Industry, *rho -aw the -hin off in
said the exhibit was the
comprehensive that Israel
Dt abroad It contain- Bant-
virtually everything made
in Israel, from heav> machinery to
ind high fashions.
It will be set up at the Ariun
t nian fair near an Israel tourist
lion containing a restaurant.
an I-i"iit-Ii supermarket and dis-
- ' Talbar said.
Rabbi David Shapiro of Holly-
wood, president ot the Southeast
Region of the Zionist Organization
of America, and Sidney Raymo:ul
of Miami Beach, national vice
president, will head a large dele-
-.i .on from South Florida to the
71-: annual national convention of
the ZOA to be held Sept 12 to 15
in Washington. DC.
Gil Rappaport. executive direc-
tor of the Southeast Region, is co-
ordinating the local participation
in the conclave.
Special receptions and cocktail
parties have been planned in honor
of the local delegates at the con-
vention.
Among those who will address
the convention will be: .John \V
McCormack. Speaker of the House
of Representatives: Sen. Everett
Dirksen. Senate Minority Leader:
Sen. Jacob K. Javits of New York:
Israels Deputy Prime Minister.
Vigal Allon. Yosef Saphir. Minister
Without Portfolio: S. Z. Abramov.
member of the Knesset. Israel's
Parliament: and Israel's Ambassa-
1or to the L'nited States. Yitzhak
Kabin.
Also participating in the pro
:ram will be Jacques Torczynci.
r.ational president of the ZOA. and
Dr. Bmanuel Neumann, honorary
president.
More than 1.200 delegates from
II parts of the l'nited States will
attend the convention.
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vJenisUFIcridFi&r?
Rightwing Coalition
Move Is Criticized
In West Germany
BONN (JTA) Leaders of West
Germany's three major political
panics expressed dismay this week
over the coalition that two of the
parties arranged with the extreme
right-wing National Democratic
Party <\PD) in the north German
state of Lower Saxony
The arrangement applies only to
., singh municipal election cam-
paign in Lower Saxony, but it has
caused considerable embarrass-
menl to Chancellor Kurt Kiesing-
er's Christian Democratic Union,
whose Lov er Saxony branch joined
in the agreement and to the Lib-
eral Free Democrat-, which also
i- invi I
The arrangement evoked a
sharp ttack on both parties from
Egon Franke. spokesman (or the
Sot.... I mocrats, the CDL' partnei
in thi national coalition govern-
ment,
i'IU leaders have long insisted
thai ihe; would ne\ er work with
the M D which many Germans re-
neo-Nazi party.
Hebrew University Opens
Mount Scopus Facility
JER1 SALEM i.ITAi Eleven
asbesti structures that will serve
as a i' i.j irary hostel for students
. ih Mount Scopus campus oi
the Hebrew University wire offi
cialh opened this week by univer
sit) president Avraham Harman
The buildings will accommodate
84 students i
Page 3-A
SENATOR GRUENING
LOSES PRIMARY
WASHINGTON (JTA)
The defeat this week of Sen.
Ernest Omening in Alaska's
Democratic primary, will re-
duce the number of Jewish
Senators to twoJacob K.
Javits (R-N.Yj. and Abra-
ham Ribicoff. (D-Conn.). Sen..
Gruciiing was defeated in his
bid for renomination in the
primary by Mike Gravel. 39.
a real estate developer.
Rumanian Rabbi
Condemns Soviet
Move On Czechs
LONDON (JTA) Chief Rabbi
Moses Rosen of Rumania said here.
'Nothing could do more harm to
"" Weals oi justice, freedom and
oeace. for which all Socialist coun-
ties strive, than the methods ol
orce Mich as the armed interven
lion and occupation of the terri-
ory oi one Socialist country by
another."
Hi Rosen's remark, a reference
0 the Soviet-led invasion ol Czech
Slovakia, was made in an inter-
iew with the Jewish Telegraphic
tgencj during the rabbis brief
stop-over here on his way to South
America. The Rumanian-Jewish
eader. who Is a member .if the
Rumanian Parliament, told JTA he
\.i- going to Buenos Aires to at-
end the international conference
1 Latin American Jewish Com-
n unities.
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JERUSALEM (WNS) Sixteen
of several dozen Arabs arrested as
-uspects in the recent grenade
blasts in downtown Jerusalem,
which triggered a wave of rioting
by Israeli youths, have been re-
manded to custody as were two
Jewish youths accused of smash-
ing the windows of a taxi owned
by an Arab.
The rioting began when central
Jerusalem was hit by a wave of
explosives with timing devices
tied to lampposts in several cen-
tral areas of the city, near the
Bikur Cholim Hospital, cafes and
enema houses.
Pour of ten injured persons are
still hospitalized, though out of
danger. One of the victims was a
woman in the fifth month of preg-
nancy.
The police arc Investigating the
attacks, for which Jordan-based F.I
Fatah terrorists take the credit.
Jerusalem now is tranquil fol-
lowing a vi.-it by Minister of De-
fense Moshe Dayan, who admon-
ished uouid lie rioters that engag-
ng in such activity was playing
right into the hands of the ter-
West Berlin Sets
Documentation Site
WEST BERLIN (JTA) Agree-
ment has finally been reached on
a site for the International Center
tor Documentation and Research
into Nazism and Its Consequences
here, but it is not the site that the
center's sponsors wanted. The cen-
ler's director. Joseph Wulf. has
agreed to take over a 20-room
building on Llmonenstrasse in Dah-
lem. which belongs to the Free
University of West Berlin.
Originally, Mr. Wulf and the or-
ganizers wanted to house the cen
ter on the premises ol the VVannsee
Villa where, on Jan. 20. 1942, Nazi
leaders gathered to map plans for
the implementation of the "final
solution" the extermination of
European Jewry. It was consid-
ered that the building in which the
Nazi holocaust was engineered was
symbolically the most appropriate
site for an institution that will re-
mind future generations of the
crimes of the Nazis But opposition
developed locallv.
>rists. would be called in to quell it.
The rioters against Arabs in East j At the same time Yosef Almogi
Jerusalem, he said, were doing the ; Minister of Labor, proposed that
will of the terrorists, who are bent i national insurance be expanded to
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Friday September 6. 1968
13 ELUL 5728
Volume 41
OTA
Red Leaders Again
Find A Scapegoat
It was only last sprina that stu-
dent unrest and demand for qreater
freedom in Poland touched off an
"anti-Zionist" and "anti-Israel" cam-
paian inspired by the Polish Govern-
ment and Communist Party that was
finally reccqnized as an attempt to
exploit latent anti-Semitism by mak-
inq the Jews the scapeqoats of that
nation's troubles.
Now with the Czech crisis prov-
inq a source of embarrassment to
the Soviet bloc, attacks on Zionism
aqain find a place in the warped
loqic of Communist strateqists.
The invocation of the "Zionist
menace" bv the East German Com-
munist Party is nothinq more than
a ciumsv attempt bv the reqime of
party chief Walter Ulbricht to ex-
plain whv East German troops join-
ed the other Soviet bloc forces in
marchinq into Czechoslovakia.
No sooner had concern mounted
in East Germany over the breadth
and power of Czech resistance to
the occupation, than the Communist
press began levelinq charqes that the resis-
tance movement was workinq with "Zionist
forces" that allegedly took over in Czechoslo-
vakia before the occupation.
Ulbricht is known to be the most rabidly
anti-Israel personality amonq all of the East
European Communist leaders. It was at his in-
sistence that Czechoslovakia was forced to
accept a reference to "Israeli aqqression" in
the joint communique issued at the Bratislava
conference of Warsaw Pact nations last month.
Who Calls The Shots?
There is no doubt that the ease with which
Zionism and other Jewish institutions become
early tarqets of Communist attack finds its
roots in the Kremlin.
Late in Auqust, Izvestia published an article
from Prague which charqed that the Joint
Distribution Committee was in leaaue with the
"counter-revolutionary underground" in Czecho-
slovakia.
The fact that Charles Jordan, heed of the
JDC, met a mysterious death In Prcque under
the stronglv pro-Moscow Novotny reqime in
Czechoslozalcia would seem to offer further
indication that Moscow is the ultimate source
of East European anti-Semitism.
The Arab Contribution
Ncr have the Arab states missed tiie op-
portunity of linkinq Zionism with the East
European crisis.
Takinq their cue from Polish and East Ger-
man newspapers, th? Cairo press blamed
"Zionist machinations in Czechoslovakia" for
the Soviet occupation of that country.
The broadcast sinqled out Czech deputy
premier Cesrmir Cisar. who i3 of Jewish ances-
try, a* a "leader of the tanaical Zionists."
The te-r-niaues of Nazi Germany should
hav tauaht the world that no brand of pr-jpa-
qanda, no -natter how wild the claim, if re-
peated often onmiah, is completely without
inf'uenre on a public that is readv and willing
to be waved by the repetition of lies.
vpr.r Ji -'ribe bv an Ar^b diolorn<"ft at the
United Nations aaain?t the "vili of Zionism"
is meant to s^'v the seds of Tnti-Semitism and
should be recoanized as SUCfa
Convention.
The Arab terrorists have never hesitated in
their efforts to inflict murder and destruction on
Israeli men. women and children, soldier or
civilian, without distinction.
Their role in sp^eadinq terror and death
throughout Israel cannot ever be described
as guerrilla warfare in any "civilized" sense.
The attempts by these murderers to achieve
recognition as prisioners of war are about as
ludicrous as the plea by a defendant accused
of murderinq his parents, who. as the storv
qoes, asked the court for mercy on the qrounds
that he was an orphan.
Ridiculous Plea
A development unsurpassed in its absurdity
was tha attfmot b" a rnerr,rT of an Arab
sabot^ae arouo rcotnned while oowatina in
fsroAl to be roc^anired ct-* a pp-oner { war
and be accorded the protection of the Geneva
Two Zionist Conventions
Durinq the cominq week, two major Zionist
orqanizations will hold their annual national
conventions.
Hadassah's 54th annual convention wi!'
open in hicaqo on Sunday and the 71 t national
conclave of the Zionist Oraanization of America
qets underway in Washinqton, D. C. on Thurs-
day. September 12.
Havina as '.heir theme, "Meetinq the Ch~'-
lenge of ZOA's Eighth Decade/ the ZOA de-
leqctes will deliberate on the brc~ ; range 3f
problems facinq the Zion'st movement in aenei
al and their own ornar.izati^n in oart'cilar.
Hav'nc,' cut'ived ie \\ warbled
Havina outlived the orcverbii' "three
score and ten" vear period, the ZOA must
find the means to adapt the principles and
ideals of :ts founders and leaders to the needs
of a rapidly changing American Jewish com-
munity.
With its record of historic contributions to
the struggle for the creation and strengthening
of the Jewish State, there is no doubt that the
ZOA leaders will recoanize the challenges of
our time and will meet them now as they have
in the past.
Hadassah too. enters a new era as the
orqanization sets about the task of reopenina
the Hadassah Hosp;tal on Mount Scopus. This
institution, situated in territory largely populat-
ed bv Arabs, will serv this population a3 well
as the nee:'? of Jewish residents.
Hadassah's Institutions have always been
^len to all races colors and creeds and the
Mount Sccous project can ao a lona way to-
ward buildinq briHaes of understanding be-
tween Arab and Jews insofar as that is
po?rih'e todav.
Alth^uqh the de*i s^t^d prob'ims tha*
~'caue the Middle Ec~t wiM have t-> be flved
bv th*> diplomats ronr'-"0d. b^*^ ^"ta Z;/>nist
organizations the ZOA and Hadassah
ran contribute in small but significant ways
toward these ends.
JOSEPH ALSQP
AIS0P
Reversal Of Roles
The Democratic National Con-
vention, boiling with hatred,
made an interesting contrast
with the Republican rally in Mi-
ami Beach, which was dank with
resignation. It suggests, in fact,
that the composition of the two
major parties has changed so
much that they are close to a re-
versal of roles.
The most profound difference
between Republican and Demo-
crats has been for decades on end
a difference of political aim. The
Republicans have always cared,
first, foremost and above all,
about giving their pet ideologies
a nice run in the yard. The Dem-
ocrats have always cared most of
all about winning elections.
Internal Strife
Both parties, as is natural, have
always been rent by internal dis-
agreements and distracted by op-
posing tendencies. But the Repub-
licans, with the exception of the
two Eisenhower elections, have
always allowed their doctrinal
disputes to drag them down to
defeat. Whereas the Democrats
have ended their shouting match-
es by uniting for victory.
This year, however, it is clear-
ly likely to be the other way
around. It seems astonishing that
this should be so. if only because
of the personalities involved.
Only eight years ago. after all.
Sen. Eugene McCarthy and a
good many of his leading left-
wing supporters were all out for
Hubert Humphrey until the lat-
ter "s w thdrawal from the presi-
dential race, and they could find
nothing sufficiently nasty to say
about John Kennedy.
McCarthy has at least been con-
sistent in his viciou-ness toward
all Kennedys, as anyone can see
who studies his recent extraordi-
narj interview, which is bilious
bitterness against Roi'ert
sdj But the same cor.sis-
teacy joes not cover the .
:- Humphrey The Hum-
- nd Ken
..r
! Kent i
rs I laj
Facing Realities
n to then ta
ihrey, y iu might -
> lescribing
together different man from the
Humphrey of eight years ago
whereas, cf course, he is pre-
ciselj the same man. It remains
to be seen whether this ideol j
cai bile of the left-wing Demo-
crats will finally be cured when
they have to face the meaning of
a Republican campaign based or.
Southern strategy "
There is a good chance, how-
ever, that the reversal of roles of
the two parties will endure for a
long time, In that event, the Re-
publicans will go on mainly car-
ing about winning elections, while
the Democrats will go on slang-
ing one another like embittered
theologians ready to lay down
their life, or murder their op-
ponents, for the correct computa-
tion of the number of angels abl-i
to dance on the head of a pin
Change In Electorate
There is a good chance tha:
this will happen because the re-
versal of roles of the two parties
in some measure reflects a deep
cr reversal in the composition
of the electorate. When the pres
ent Democratic Party was in
vented by Franklin D. Roosevelt,
the poor, the unemployed, the dis-
affected, the disinherited consti-
tuted an American majority. Most
Southerners were also in these
categories, then. And most intel-
lectuals went contentedly enough,
if they had not previously been
lured into the Communist trap
Today, however, the great ma-
jority of American voters is com-
posed of people who are "un-
poor, un-young and un-black.'" as
the political statistician. Richard
Scammon. bluntly reminded a re-
cent audience That means that
great numbers of formerly faith-
ful Democrats have moved to the
suburbs, have begun to experi-
ence affluence and have begun to
change their political flews and
aims.
It is this new American ma-
jority of "un-poor. un-young and
un-black"' that Richard Nixon has
set out to gather behind him
Even those Republicans who are
most unhappy about the Nixon
approach have stayed hitched
thus far, and for a rather simple
reason. Nothing makes politicians
less ideologically pigheaded than
the happy sense that there really
is a majority that really can be
gathered together, if only every-
one will also pull together.
It was this same sense that
used to unite the Democrat for
victory. It does *o no longer. Tne
dissident Democrats, the real
Humphrey-haters have claimed to
speak for the very poor, the very
young and the mot discontented
part of America's Negro minor-
ity. In some sense, this claim has
even 'h< n pul I n
b> th.> mosl
McC.it try.tes from
- 51 u. leme
Nov. in lesti in about 1 >se
1 j rather -
.' thi ig to behai e like th
unhap] ritj ol the H
j eai -the people v ho were
tung and un-
black"? Are they goin : to in
themselves, In short, by shouting
unrealistic slogans and forming
alistic, left-wing version- :
the Liberty League? Or are the;-
in back :o the oij Democratic
business of trying to win?
None can tell as vet
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fJmlsii FlcriiJiairi
Tcqe 3-A

Humphrey Viewed as
Firm Friend Of Israel
Continued From Pag* 1-A
and to challenge boycotts and dis-
criminatory practices against Is-
rael. He was a cosponsor of legis-
Jation appropriating a grant to
Israel in 1951. In 1959, he opposed
an Eisenhower Administration pro-
posal to suspend aid to Israel.
In 1954 and 1956, he criticized
United States arms shipments to
Iraq and Saudi Arabia and urged
the administration to provide bal-
ancing arms for Israel. In 1957,
West Bank Arabs
Oppose Terrorism;
It Hurts Business
TEL AVIV, (JTA) Israeli
authorities have no trouble ad-
ministering the occupied Arab ter-
ritories although they have their
share of local problems to deal
with, a military source said here
this week.
He said that while the West Bank |
residents had strong nationalistic
sentiments, they were opposed to
terrorist activities because of the
economic disruptions hev caused.
Arab mayors, however, have ex-
pressed concern over rumors that
the Israeli military government
might be replaced by a civilian
administration.
At a meeting in Nablus recently,
attended by all of the West Bank
mayors with the exception of
Mayor El Jabaari, of Hebron, the
idea of a civilian administration
was rejected on the grounds that
it would widen the gap between
the West Bank and Jordan.
West Bank residents maintain a
profitable trade with Jordan which,
*hey fear, might be stopped by the
Jordanians if Israeli civilian autho-
rities took over from the military
government. Such a move would
be construed as another step tow-
ard the permanent separation of
he West Bank from Jordan, the
mayors believe.
Some 8,000 Arab students and
visitors from Arab countries took
advantage of the summer vacation
program under which Israel per-
mitted them to visit relatives on
the West Bank and in East Jeru-
salem.
A total of 20,000 permits were '
issued but more than half of them
were not used for various reasons.
sen. Humphrey criticized the Ad-
ministration for threatening sane-
Jions against Israel. He cosponsor
i ed a resolution calling for United
i Nations action to prevent resump
tion of border raids and the clos-
i mg of the Suez Canal. In 1960. he
! *as cosponsor of the Douglas-
Kebting amendment to oppose
; United State* aid to countries in-
volved in boycotts and blockades.
In addresses to State of Israel
Bond rallies last March and last
May. Mr. Humphrey amplified his
; Middle East views declaring, The
1 greatest contribution we can make
to peace in the Middle East would
be to reach agreement with the
Soviet Union to curtail the arms
race there. But in the meantime."
he added, "it should be made clear
that America is not going to per-
mit Israel to stand defenseless
against any who would destroy
her."
Tho Vic* President also com-
mented on proposals that Israel
withdraw unconditionally to the
Jurve 4, 1967 armistice line*. "A
stable peace cannot be built in
the Middle East simply by re-
creating the situation that existed
before hostilities began," he said.
The platform on which Mr Hum-
] phrey will run includes a Middle
East plank reflecting the nominee's
, views. It includes a call for United
I States provision of weapons to Is-
rael, including the most advanced
types of combat aircraft; for maxi- I
; mum U.S. effort to prevent re- ;
( currence of war in the Middle East :
; "powder keg;" a criticism of Soviet
| deployment of a large war fleet in ,
the Mediterranean and heavy ship-
ments of arms to Arab states; and
the assertion that lasting Mideast
peace depends on agreed frontiers. '
! assured use by all of international
waterways, humane settlement" j
of the Arab refugees, as well as
creation of a "non-provocative mil-
itary balance." The plank also
called for efforts to end the Middle
East arms race.
BOTH CANDIDATES
SUPPORT ISRAEL
JERUSALEM (JTA) Hu-
bert H. Humphrey, the Dem-
ocratic Party's Presidential
nominee, was described by
Israeli observers this week
as having stronger ties to
Israel than any other Ameri-
can Presidential candidate in
the last 20 years. But Israeli
newsmen generally indicated
a belief that Israel would fol-
low the 1968 American elec-
tion campaign with some de-
tachment, inasmuch as both
Mr Humphrey and Richard
M. Nixon have gone on rec-
ord in support of Israel.
Finance Minister Due
Security Fence Is
Unveiled By Israel
JERUSALEM (JTA) A $10
million security fence constructed
along the tense northern section of
Israel's border with Jordan was un-
veiled this week for newsmen, who
were told of the heavy financial
; burdens Israeli taxpayers must
bear to protect life and property
; against Arab marauders. The re-
! porters were conducted on a tour
of the northern region by Dr. Israel
Goldstein, chairman of the Keren
Hayesod. the fund-raising arm of
the World Zionist Organization.
The Jordan Valley settlements
have been a prime target for Jor-
danian artillery and mortar attack '
and almost half the defense budget
tor the region is spent on under-
ground shelter,, trenches, and im-
| proved communications, Dr. Gold-
stein said.
Reinforced concrete roofs are
being built over some 200 chil-
dren's rooms and din'ng halls in
the settlements as added protect-
ion against mortar shells. The set-
ters themselves bear the cost of
furnishing and equipping the shel-
ters to make them livable for long ,
hours on end. Dr. Goldstein said j
that the tremendous cost of de- I
fense borne entirely by the Israeli
government makes it imperative
for world Jewry to assist in the I
maintenance of social welfare, edu-
cation and immigrant absorption
services in Israel.
Continued From Page 1-A
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headed the Revenues Department
of the Ministry of Finance. He has
held a variety of other top posi
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as Adviser to Prime Minister Levi
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Another major address at the
conference will be delivered by
Gen. Yitzhak Rabin. Israels Am-
bassador to the United States.
Other speakers will include Abra-
ham Feinberg, president of the
Israel Bond Organization; Dr. Jo-
seph J. Schwartz, vice president;
Samuel Rothberg, national cam-
paign chairman; Louis H. Boyar.
.chairman of the Board of Gov-
ernors; Mrs. Jan Pterce. chair-
man of the National Women* Di-
vision, and Rehaveam Amir. Con-
sul General of the State of I,rael.
Mr Boyar will be chairman >; the
i itonference.
A campaign planning seminar of
the National Women's Division of
Israel Bonds is a special feature
of the conference. Under the chair-
manship of Mrs. Peerce. the semi-
nar's speakers include Mrs. Sharef,
wife of the Finance Minister: Mrs.
I Yosef Tekoah, wife of Israel's
Ambassador to the United Nations,
and Mrs. Amir, wife of the Consul
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968
EDWARD COHEN
i .
Daley's 'Last Hurrah'
It may he a measure of the
man that Hubert Humphrey has
felt it necessary to voice support
of Mayor Richard Daley's police
actions duriny the Democratic
convention in Chicago. As histo-
rian Harold J, Laski wrote of an-
other era of city bosses
""To command their support is
to announce in other terms a
boundary beyond which the Pics
' dees not pni;x)se to go."
Bos.n Hague, Boss Kelley, Boss
Ifurphj speak to us of the Roose
veil times and tho-e of us with
Ion;.: mcmorie. recognize the ac-
commodation the New Deal made
!i the powerful machine poli-
ticians.
We also remember that in an-
I ther tune ol crisis, when free-
dom ol speech and assembly were
at issue. Franklin Roosevelt did
not hesitate to repudiate the
police state tactic; of one of
Mayor Daley's predecessors.
I recall vividly two Saturday
n:_hts in .lersex City's Journal
Square in 1938 on one of which,
as a working newspaperman. 1
was among those sluggedsolely
because we were identified as
newspapermen with press cards
in our hatsduring demonstra-
tions seeking to establish the
right to speak lreely in that city.
On the first, which went without
incident because the scheduled
speaker was literally stopped
from entering the city, a compar-
atively small crowd milled around
for an hour and then dispersed
itself.
On the second announced at-
tempt, a week later, a crowd of
50.000 had assembled to protest
and to listen. This they were de-
nied when Norman Thomas,
the announced speaker, arriving
dramatically in an open car. was
dragged from it by the police
and hustled off to the Hudson
tubes where he was deported''
to New York City.
Two Congressmen also tried to
speak, but like the band which,
at Daley's command, drowned out
protests at the 1968 convention,
there was immediately set into
motion a number of brass bands
and easily identified police goons
moving through the crowd, drown-
ing out their voices and creating
incidents by slugging people and
then causing them to be arrested.
Four of us newspapermen were
standing together, away from the
milling mob. when we were at-
tacked by a number of the strong-
arm men with the admonition,
"Go back to New York." Just a
lew feel from us stood uniformed
policemen, who turned tlK-ir
backs and later refused to arrest
those we identified as they con-
tinued their beating of innocents.
It would be naive, indeed, not
to recognize that among the dem-
onstrators in Chicago were radi- i
cal militants who were eager to
foment trouble and who had
planned to go beyond the peace-
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A program of creative dramatics ing, and
under the direction of Ivan Kivitt, corder)
owner and director of the Coral
Gables children's theatre, Merrj
Go Round Playhouse, has been
added to the expanded curriculum
if the Beth David Fine Arts School
'his season
Othei i!eu courses scheduli
the firsl time this year are in a
appreciation, interpretative danc-J

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b) Beth Da\!il (.'on^rcyation. art
scheduled at two local 01 A; the
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Initial planninq session for a celebration
ot Dr. Irvin- Lehrman's 25th anniversary
as rabbi of Temole Emanu-El brouaht to-
qpther these leaders of the Miami Beach
conareqaticn. Seated are lack S. Popick,
left, vice DresHent, and Jnsenh Cohen, presi-
dent cf Temo'e Fmnnn-Fl. Standinq, (from
left) are Judqe Herbert 3. Shapiro, Harry A.
Levy, Joseph Hoffman, Leonard Zilbert, Ir-
vnq Schatzman, Murrv Koretz'-.v Saul J.
Morqan and Dr. Walter Falk. The Silver
Anniversary Tribute Ball to Dr. Lehrman
will be held Nov. 24 at the Diplomat Hotel
in Hollvwood.
Yeshiva Scholars Tap Jewish Law
NEW YORK A team of schol-
ar- ami graduate students at Ye-
shiva University has bcyun a com-
plex and delicate exploration of
ancient Jewish law in hope of find-
ing untapped legal guidelines help-
ful to contemporary man.
For the next three years, they
will evaluate and interpret the leg-
al literature ol Judaism, mo-t of
which is written in Hebrew and
Aramaic and ha- a unique metho
dologj and jargon currently com-
prehei ible onlj to authorities in
the i;i. e like Talmudic discipline,
will attempl to relate to
i- I 20th centurj life opinions
mi in the I! Me, the Talmud
ami :!- related works and various
i..Illume code- on such subjects
as tin mht to privacy, judicial re-
view, self-incrimination, the right
to work, equality, freedom, autho-
rity, subversion, propertj and
man) others
the university, said the "Talmudic
explorers" would interpret and
evaluate the works, rather than
merely translate them, in order to
make available "concepts highly
relevant to modern life to people
who hitherto have been unable to
profit from their lessons."
The undertaking is being financ-
ed in part by a S2o.OOO grant from
the Charles E, Merrill Tm a is arc being selected on the
li.i- of their knowledge not only
of Talmudic law hut of the legal
foundations of western civilization.
Graduate students will work with
them, each concentrating on one
ol Id) legal themes Their evalua-
tions and interpretations will be
published in three years as the nu-
cleus ol an encyclopedia on Jewish
lay and Talmudic thought.
Dr. Samuel Belkin, president of Dr. Belkin said the obscurity of
WIN2
the legal literature of Judaism has
denied scholars and jurists unfami-
liar with Talmudic discourse some
of the earliest legal thinking in
the western world. Noting that the
right of privacy was discussed in .
the Talmud, he said the views have
been rarely cited in legal opinions
because 'hardly anyone knows
where lo look."'
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dexed in the relative!) few trans- j
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Puge 'J-A
MARIAN SNEIDER
On The Other Side Of The Desk
MAKIAN
In the beginning, after a man
becomes an ordained spiritual
leader, it must be difficult. Hope
shines clearly
on the faces
of a congrega-
tion that looks
upward to the
very old, but
very new
voice of au-
thority. Pray-
ers are plain-
ly expressed
in the eyes
while minds
ask questions
and search for answers. For the
new rabbi, the answers may not
always be there. Rabbis, too, have
questions.
Any kind of authority that re-
lates to people brings a sense of
responsibility that is at once over-
whelming and overwhelmingly
rewarding.
Last week classes started at
Miami-Dade Junior College. I've
taken classes at the South Cam-
pus, but this time when the school
bell rang, I was on the other side
of the desk, facing 28 students in
carefully laundered dresses or
crisp shirts and pressed trousers
that will wilt as the newness
wears away. But this was the first
day of college for them and every-
thing is new and fresh on that
kind of day.
These young men and women
are very special to me because
they have never been special be-
fore. In the twelve years that
they have gone to school, they
have not learned to read or write
in a way that gives pleasure.
There are as many reasons for
this kind of struggling as there
are students who struggle. What-
ever the reasons, they have been
scorned, embarrassed and pushed
aside because they barely made
it through high school. Yet they
are bright and eagervery eager
and they look to me for an-
swers.
The sound of my voice calmed
me as I told them that in this
room they were free to express
all of their terrible and wonder-
ful feelings without embarrass-
Expert Says Arabs
Won't Accept Israel
Continued From Pag* 1-A
the Six-Day War provided valuable
military experience, plus a pan-
theon of martyrs who help to
heighten Arab hatred and determi-
nation. Moreover, many Arabs in-
dicated they count on the eventual
loosening of bonds between Israel
and the diaspora, which would re-
duce support from world Jewry.
Particularly disheartening, the
Additional Jews
Settle In Hebron
JERUSALEM (JTA) The Mili-
tary Governor has approved eight
new applications by Jews for per-
mission to settle in the town of
Hebron, where a group of 80 Jews
took up residence last Passover.
About 30 of the original settlers
have left and were replaced by
other families, some of which do
Bi-> i... agfe:
American scholar said, was that
"irrationality" on the subject of
Israelincluding paranoic belief in
the myth that Jews control Ameri-
can society"afflicts virtually the
entire intelligentsia, the one group
we had expected to be reasonable."
"Even more alarming," he add-
ed, "is that at all levels of Arab
schooling, from the elementary
classroom to college, a major sub-
ject of study is Palestinian history,
with unremitting emphasis on the
historic responsibility of every
Arab to be willing to die, if neces-
sary, in the 'inevitable' war against
Israel.
"Peace," said Dr. Pollack, "is
not even assured with the passing
of present Arab leaders, since they
ar* fanatically engaged in passing
en their hatred to the next genera-
tion.
In Dr. Pollacks view, only Rus-
sia's genuine desire to avoid in
ivolvemenl in ; new world war can
lahlp arlvantapp throueh its assis
ment and if they were willing, I
was there to help them.
"But your confidence in your
selves," I told them, "is the foun-
dation on which this class will be
based. 1 know you can do it.
you've got to realize that too."
They seemed relieved and it no
longer matteredto me or to
themthat I won't know it all.
Our friendship had begun. We are
all together in our searching.
Baroque Trio Opens DM
Faculty Music Series
A performance by the Baroque
Trio, featuring bass, flute and
piano, opens the 1968-69 Faculty
! Recital Series sponsored by the
School of Music at 8:30 p.m. Sun-
day, Sept 15, in Beaumont Hall,
University of Miami Main Campus.
Harpist Mary Spaulding Sevitzky
will appear in recital on Sunday,
Sepl 22; soprano Mary Henderson
Buckley and George Roth, pianist,
will perform on Sunday. Sept. 29.
These events are open to the
public and there is no admission
char i
UN Sessions Are Set For UJA Conclave
NEW YORK More than 100
prominent young leaders of the
United Jewish Appeal from across
the nation will assemble at the
United Nations Wednesday and
i Thursday for a seminar that will
| take a hard look at "The United
Nations in a Changing World."
Those planning to confer with
the members of the UJA's Young
Leadership Cabinet include U.N.
Secretary-General U Thant, U.S.
Ambassador to the U.N. George
Ball, former U.S. Ambassador to
the U.N. Arthur Goldberg, and Is-
rael's Ambassador to the UN., Jo-
seph Tekoah.
The seminar will take place im-
mediately before the convening of
the first National Young leader-
ship Conference to be sponsored
jointly by the UJA and the Council
of Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds (CJFWF). The conference,
wh'ch will be held Sept. 13 and 14
at the New York Hilton Hotel, will
bring together more than 400 men
and women between the ages of 25
and 40 who play leading roles in
Jewish philanthropic, religious.
welfare and educational programs
in their home communities. The
UJA's 13,000-member Young Lead-
ership Council is headed by the
Young Leadership Cabinet, which
has 148 members.
Plans for the cabinet's two-day
eminar at the U.N. were announc-
, ed by Herbert J. Garon of New
I Orleans, cabinet chairman. "Our
seminar will look into every facet
of the U.N.s operations, problems
and responsibilities," Mr. Garon
said. "We are particularly inter-
jested in the role played by the
! emerging nations of Africa, which
have so drijtically altered the
, world scene.. Of course, Israel's
place in this central forum of the
changing workl is of extreme im-
' portance to us as well."
Confesses Bomb Attempt
TEL AVIV (WNS) A twenty-
'.hree-year-old Arab woman has
confessed that she placed a bomb
near the American Embassy here.
She malde the confession at a trial
where it was brought out she col-
laborated With El Fatah elements
in recruiting, members for the
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Friday, September 6. 1968
Eshkol Vows
To Destroy
Terrorists I
WNS premier
Eshkol. addressing a reunion
parati i ipers here. awrted that
] ael v "lined to protect
ttlements and. if nee-
j thi An
LSts (:
Israel, the Premier cautioned
v ]l not tolerate a situation thai
- to operatp
'; impunit) behind the Jordan
bordei
Pursuit and destruction of Ut-
isU was also the theme of Mr
: of Defense Moshe Dayan and
Minister o. Information Isiaei (,.
e, Gen. Dayan. speaking in Kib-
/ Ein Yahav in the Ncgev. site
o: the attack oi a 2ang of maraud-
( that was driven back into Jor-
' n after losing five men to Israeli
- niire. -aid that the army will
( ntinue striking out against sabo-
ti urs in its effort to protect life.
j perty and Israels borders.
Similar sentiments were echoed
ii Jerusalem by Minister of Infor-
mation Israel Galilee, who said
: ere will be. if necessary, syste-
mic weeding out of terrorist bases
as to cripple the mobility of
terrorist >rganizations menacing
< ilian life
Growth Of Mt. Sinai Hospital Is
Reflected In Latest Annual Report
BARON DeHIRiCH MEYER
American Yeshiva
Opens Israel Branch
NEW YORK A group of 95 A snarD ri,e was reported in the
individuals left for Israel this week I demand for kosher meals which.
A cont miaton of the stead)
growth trend and broaden:.
health services for i
Greatei Miami area wa stressed
annual report i-ued by
Mount Sinai Hospital.
Dunn- 1967. a total of 16.084
ere admit)
with 15.
.i- year A similar in
i- .corded in the r.um
lays care given, which in 1967
i 190.917. compared with
2.1 the y< ..r before.
Other increases in services noted
included: 26.409 emergency room
visits compared with 25.432 in
1966: 39.375 outpatient clinic visits
compared with 36.535: and the
number of beds totaling 585 com-
. pared with 468 the previous year.
Shamar Receives
Bon n A in bassador
JERUSALEM JTA Karl Her
Knoflfce, West Germany's
r u Ambassador to I-rael. pre-
(i his credentials to President
- man Snazar this week as a po-
band played the national an-
us of Israel and West Germany.
-\ small and apparently friendly
'! gi hered in front of the
) eaident's residence and some of
trem app'auded the German en-
The OQCasion was in marked
contrast to the -imilar one three
irs ago when the first German
lassador to Israel. Rolf Paul-.
was Ambassador Knoeke's pre-
> icessor was met by a hostile
menstral ion.
to open Israel's first American-
style Yeshiva (rabbinical college)
it was announced by the I-rael
Aliyah Center. The 96 persons in
eluded faculty members, students
and their families.
The Rabbinical Seminary of
AmeFica iChofetz Chaim Yeshiva i
one of the oldest rabbinical train-
ing school* in this country, will
build its campu- in the Eastern
section of Jerusalem with the help
of the Jewish Agency in Jerusa- '
lem and the Israel government. A- explained by Mr Gertner.
Until the building program is com- : Baron deliirseh Meyer, president
pleted. the Yeshiva will be located iOf the hospital, and Max Orovitz.
:n temporary quarters in the San -chairman of the Board of Trus-
in 1967. totaled 44.976 compared
with only 28,536 a year earlier.
The concepts of multidisciplinary
and interdisciplinary services de-
scribed in the report were inter-
preted by Samuel Gertner, execu-
tive vice president of the hospital,
as involving many medical special-
ists "working together to provide
one-stop medical service through
the teaming f talents and tech-
nologies."
hedria section of Jerusalem
The institution, which is headed
by Rabbi A. Henach Lebowitz.
American-born son of the founder.
Rabbi David I-ebouilz. will hence-
forth require all of its students to
spend at least one year of study
in Israel.
Two years ago. Rabbi I^ebowitz
conducted a one year program of
study in Jerusalem for forty of his
student* The success of the un-
dertaking and the demand for its
continuation led to the Yeshiva's
decision to establish a permanent
branch in Jsrael.
The students will continue their
studies under the tutelage of staff
members of the New York City
Yeshiva, who are accompanying
them.
tees, the new hospital concepts
affect Mount Sinai's approach to
patient care, teaching and re-
search.
They noted that many of the ad-
ditional 39.375 Out-Patient Clinic
treatments were furni.shed by phy-
sicians volunteering their time and
service-. The combined knowledge
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Sheraton Four Ambassadors here,
developer Nathan Manilow has an-
nounced.
Mr. Henderson, who described
the appointment as a "tremendous
new challenge." said he has sub-
l mitted his resignation as general
manager of the Hilton Plaza Hotel
in Miami Beach.
As vice president in charge of
sales for Ambassador Square, the
1 43-year-old Mr Henderson will be
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( 39 med-.cal disciplines and Bub-
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Mr. Orovitz explained that many
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Service Education program, and of
the physicians attending the hospi-
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pointed out, is a responsibility of
the hospital.
"Research also involves the inter
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I in most of the hospital's medical
! and surgical departments." Mr.
j Meyer asserted. He cited 1967 re-
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I the National Heart Institute and
the Public Health National (.enter
for Chronic Disease.
The 1967 groundbreaking cere-
monies for the Maribel Blum Nu-
clear Medical Center, to be con-
structed at a cost of S8 million, was
another milestone for Mount Sinai.
The eight story facility will house
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research and treatment the three
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Paqe 11 \
Eliav Named
To Israeli
Cabinet Post
JERUSALEM, (JTA, The
.linnet appointed Arye Eliav, a
., mbci Di the Kneswt CParHa-
nent), to the post of Deputy Mini
-ii r <>l Absorption this week as
plans went ahead to organize the
lew mint-try that will lake over
-I* nsibilit) lor the absorption of
immigrants.
At the request of Deputy Prime
Minister Yiual Alton, who holds the
ew portfolio, the Cabinet directed
other .Ministries to appoint liaison
officers to the Ministry of Absorp-
tion. Those involved are the minis-
ties ol defense, health, education
..nr| culture, agriculture, trade and
industry, special welfare, labor, In-
terior, tourism and the treasury
Mr Eliav ho is in his late I >r
. i, has held several posts related
.i the absorption of immigrants
. ltd 'he development of new areas
'or their settlement lie was re-
tl i or linator of the Lachish
menl area and was latei
an Israeli team that re-
. laimed the region ol Kas\ in in
to make it suitable for agri-
cultural settlement, lie also served
Dep ttj Minister ol Trade and
industry
Meanwhile, d'scussions continued
i joint Government Jewish
Agency committee on the division
ei functions between the new
minis;i.\ and the Jewish Agenc)
which was hitherto responsible for
immigrant absorption.
Matters still to bo worked out in-
clude shifts in personnel that have
to be made in line with the C'abi-
net's decision that absorption is to
he taken over by the Government.
No definite plan of operations
has b'-en worked out yet for the
new ministry bin it is known that
tie Jewish Agency will continue to
hold responsibility for the ahsorp
t on of needy immigrants and re-
r igees
Gen. Dayan Warns Egypt On Suez Attack
rPl \M\! Mini. \-v I
TEL AVIV
Minister
report
E
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Ion
line.
Da
Lit. C.en Odd Hull of the United
Nations observers corps to convey
to Egyptian authorities in Cairo
referred to the raid across the
Suez Canal by Egyptian com man-
Yiddish Theater
Director Won't
Return To Poland
VIENNA (JTA)Ida Kaminska.
director of what had been the Wat-
saw government sponsored Jewish
State Theater ol Poland, told news.
lien her,, this week that -he had
no plans to return to Poland but
may vUil the United states and
va- definiteh going to visit Israel
Mr- Kaminska arrivede here with
'i >r husband actor-producer Men
Melman, on what was described as
in extended visit.
The actress' departure from Po-
-fid followed this week's revival
>f last spring's officially inspired
inti-Jeu ,-n campaign in 'hat conn
trythis t'tne in an effort to justi-
J Poland's participation in the
-. iet-led invasion of Cz choslo-
vakia on grounds that "Zionist"
olotters had taken over the Czech
Communist Party But she refused
p comment on the political situa-
tion in her homeland.
'There i- anti-Semitism every-
where." she told reported, "includ-
ing Poland; the only place without
t is Israel.'" Asked about the late
if her Yiddish theater. Mrs Ka-
minska -aid she could not forecast
its future but had not left it in a
very happy state. She said she was
,'iven a 'very nice" sendoff by
non-Jewish friends and admirers as
well as by .lews and had no diffi-
culty leaving Poland. Mrs. Ka-
minska would not say where she
planned to settle.
were found by Israeli forces on
the east bank of the Suez Canal
Ahere the raider- were believed
to have landed in one or more
loats. They said that when the
parly landed, it split, one section
remaining to guard the landing
crafl and the other to lay mines on
' ro id that runs parallel to the
canal, near Lake Timsah.
The Israeli jeep hit two of the
mines and was tired upon from
ambush. The dead soldiers were
identified a- Zeev Salt. 19. of Tel
Vvn and Yoscef Ouri, 21, of Kfar
Warburg The missing soldier, be-
lieved to have been draggi d elf by
Egyptians, was identified
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Friday. September 6, 1968
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
No Easy Mitzvah
By RABBI IRWIN CUTLER
Temple Israel of Miramar
Everyone wants everything easy.
We want an ea-y life, easy Mite
vots, even easy Bar Mitzvahs!
It is intri-
guing to find
that our rabbis
also speak of an
easy Mitzvah
Mitzvah Kalah.
What do they
consider an
easy Mitzvah?
her
oebi Curler
In the Torah
it is written
that a man
may take eggs
or chicks from
a nest, but only
if he has sent
away the mother first.
Is it truly so easy? It seemingly
may be quite difficult to perform.
Imagine a poor man returning
home, laden with his wares, passes
a nest. He would like to take home
these ejgs or chicks. The Torah
instructs bim. however that he
must first send off the mother. Do
you even for a moment believe
that the mother would allow her-
self to be scooted away? She sure-
ly would come back again and
again. No woDder the rabbis teach
us: You shall surely send
away, even a hundred times.
Then, why is this Mitzvah easy?
The answer is: As long as it does
not cost any money, then it is
easy.
But the Gerrer Rebbe interprets
the word "Kalian*" not to mean
easy, but light. This Mitzvah is
taken lightly. Why? Because for
this Mitzvah there is no prepara-
tion. And any Mitzvah that has no
preparation, no setting of the
mood, must become "kallah."
The High Holy Days were once
truly '"Yomim N'o-roim." Days of
Awe, because, what preparation
I there was. Elul. a month of medi-
tation: the S"lichot with its peni-
I tential inspirations. Today the hol-
I idays are kallah. taken so lightly.
Make your reservations and pray!
Synagogue attendance was pre-
ceded at home by the recitation of
the Psalms or study. When one ap-
i proached the portals he bowed low
! and exclaimed. "Man Tovu." To-
I day we refer to our attendance so
1 casually: "I run into the Syna-
' gogue occasionally," or "I drop in
< sometimes."
It is the gauge for other func-
j tions in religious lifeBrit and Bar
Mitzvahas well as in our personal
! lives, concerning marriage and
I parenthood, which we enter with-
j out preparation. And how lightly
we take these!
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Topic: The Jewish Woman
Sept. 10Ch. 2. 9:30 to 10:30 p.m. Man to Man.
Topic: Bogota in Focus
Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
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Quiz Box
By RABBI DR. SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is it that on tome Satur-
day mornings two portions of
the Torah are read instead of
one?
The Pentateuch (the five books
j of Moses) has been divided into a
maximum number of portions to
cover the number of Sabbaths in a
Jewish leap year when an extra
month is added to the year.
Therefore, on the year which is
not a leap year, two portions are
read on certain Sabbaths in order
to be sure to end the reading of
the Pentateuch by the Jewih festi-
val of Simchat Torah.
The number will vary from time
to time because certain Sabbaths
come on festivals when the Torah
| reading for the regular portion is
: omitted. Basically, the tradition is
j to have annual reading cycles so
; that, in the course of one year, the
t congregation has listened to a com-
I plete reading of the five books of
Moses.
Why is the section for the
week especially read on the
Sabbath?
From a practical standpoint, this
is the occasion when people have
leisure time and can spend longer
periods in the synagogue to listen
to the whole portion. Generally,
the Sabbath was designed to be
the day for reading and studying
the Torah
It is said by some sources that
Moses introduced the regular read-
ing of a portion of the Torah on
Sabbath mornings.
Why is a small portion of the
Sabbath's weekly reading read
from tho Torah on Monday
end Thursday mornings and
on Saturday afternoon?
This was designed so that no
three days will ever pass in Jewish >
life without the Torah having been
read in the synagogue.
The reason for selecting Mon- I
day and Thursday is because orig-
inally the rabbinical court would '
be in session on those days and
more people would come into the
cities to conduct their business in i
the courts, thus providing a larger !
attendance in the synagogue.
The reason for selecting Satur- '
day afternoon is that this would
cover the people who could not get j
to the synagogue either on Monday )
or Thursday. They would have at I
least one additional reading be-
skies the regular Sabbath morning '
readins.
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Ki Tetze
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A conquering soldier takes a woman captive from among the
enemy.
"When thou goest forth to battle and seest among the
captives a woman of goodly form and wouldest take her to
thee to wife" (Deut. 21:10-11).
KI TETZE"When thou goest forth to battle against thine
enemies, and the Lord thy God delivereth them into thy hands,
and thou earnest away captive, and seest among the captives a
woman of goodly form, and thou wouldest take her to thee
to wife: then thou shalt bring her home to thy house And it
shall be, if thou have no delight in her, then thou shalt let her go
whither she will; but thou shalt not sell her at all for money"
(Deuteronomy 21:10-14).
"If a man have a stubborn and rebellious son ... all the
men of his city shall stone him with stones, that he die"
(Deuteronomy 21:18-21).
The body of a hanged man "shall not remain all night upon
the tree, but thou shalt surely bury him the same day; for he
that is hanged is a reproach unto God; that thou defile not thv
land' (Deuteronomy 21:23).
"Thou shalt not see thy brother's o\ or his sheep driven
away, and hide thyself from them, thou shalt surely bring them
back unto thy brother" (Deuteronomy 22:1).
"Thou shalt not take the dam with the young; thou shalt in
any wise let the dam po. but the young thou mayest take unto
thyself (Deuteronomy 22:6-7).
"When thou buildest a new house, then thou shalt make a
parapet for thy roof, that thou bring not blood upon thy house,
if any man fall from thence" (Deuteronomy 22:8).
"Thou shalt not plow with an ox and an ass together. Thou
shalt not wear a mingled stuff, wool and linen together" (Deu-
teronomy 22:10-11).
The man who "lays wanton charges" against his wife shall
be chastised by the elders of the city. "A bastard shall not enter
into the assembly of the Lord" (Deuteronomy 23:3).
"If brethren dwell together, and one of them die, and have
no child, the wife of the dead shall not be married abroad unto
nne not of his kin; her husband's brother shall go in unto her,
and take her to him to wife, and perform the duty of a husband's
brother unto her. And it shall be, that the first-born that she
beareth shall succeed in the name of his brother that is dead"
(Deuteronomy 25:5-6).
"An Ammonite or a Moabite shall not enter into the assem-
bly of the Lord: because they met you not with bread and
with water in the way, when ye came forth out of Egypt; and
because they hired against thee Balaam the son of Beor from
Pethor of Aram-na haraim, to curse thee Thou shalt not seek
their peace nor their prosperity all thy days forever Thou shalt
not abhor an Edomite, for he is thy brother; thou shalt not abhor
an Egvntian. because thou wast a stranger in his land. The chil-
dren of the third generation that are born unto them may enter
into the assembly of the Lord" (Deuteronomy 23:4-9).
Finally, the portion ends with a reminder of eternal enmity
against a dread foe: "Remember what Amalek did unto thee by
the way as ye came forth out of Egypt" (Deuteronomy 25:17).
This recounting of the Weekry Portion of the Law is extracted
and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage,"
edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15. Publisher is ShengokL and the
volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President
of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Sthlang.
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'9
ervices
Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Wcin.
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 985 SW 67th Av. Orthodox.
Cantor Morris Barr,
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
IETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dall Dr., S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Seymour Hinkes.
Friday. 8:15 p.m. Sermo i: Local and
WorM Problems." Ones Bnabbat
-sponsored by Mr. and .Mr.-. Benjamin
Karafln In honor of their son. Scott
Saturday, a.m.; liar Mltavah:-Scott,
son of Sir. and Mrs. Benjamin Kara-
fin.
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BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave..
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1546
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Oavid Raab. Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser.
Friday. 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The Re-
sponsibility of leadership Whal
should the Synairoiiue say in a Time
of Crisis?" Saturday, 10:48 a.m.. Bar
Mitzvah: Daniel, son of Stanley Grie*f
and Mrs. Suzanne Grief, and Peter.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard L*veln

BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
Friday. 6 p.m. Saturday, am The
Torah lesson. Bas Mitzvah: Holly,
daughter of Stanley I'avidson and
Mrs Ruth Davidson. Mincha 7 p.m.
S'NAI SHOLOM (Temple). 275 NW
199th Street. Conservative Rabbi
Abraham M. Cassel.
BETH TFILAH. 35 Euclid Ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
BETH EL. 900 SW 17th Avenue.
Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Sehiff.
Friday 7:15 pm Saturday am. Ser-
mon: "Power of Belief." Clans. 6:30
y.m. Mm. ha 7 p.m.
ISRAEL (TEMPLE). OF GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform
Rahbi Joseph R. Narot.
. Friday. 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Should
I Reform Jews Pray at the Walling
, Wall?"
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig.
BETH KOOC8H. 1101 SW 12tn Av.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Oickson.
Friday, at suneet Saturday. 8:45 a.m.
Sermon: "When Are Wars .Neces-
sary?" 6:45 p.m. The Portion of Tjiw.
7:15 p.m.. Sermon: "Flifht for Free-
dom."
ISRAELITE CENTER. S176 SW 25th
i St. Conservative. Rabbl Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnaaa.
I Friday. 6:30 p.m. Saturday, K:45 a.m.
i Sermon: "Co-Partners with GOD."
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Friday, 8 p.m. Saturday, S:45 a.m.
Bar Mitzvah: Kenneth, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Morris. Groajer.
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MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
BETH SOLOMON. SO NW 51st Plaes.
Conservative.
ETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW 8th
am ^ut This page is prepared in j
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Miami Rabbinical Association.
Coordinator of the features j
appearing here is
DR. MAX LIPSCHITZ
Spiritual Leader of
Beth'Torah Congregation
Of North Miami Beach
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi ;
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvl Adlar. |
Friday. 8 p.m. Saturday. 9 a.m. Bar
Mitzvah. Mare Alan, son of Mr and
I Mrs. Leon Osheroff and Harvey Alan.
son of Mr. and Mrs. Murray Sheldon.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Plnetree
Or Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Groaa.
OR OLOM (TEMPLE), conservative
8755 SW 16th St. Miami. Rabbi
Ralph Z. Glixman. Cantor Benjamin
Ben Arl.

TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. Cantor David Sherman.-
TIFERETH JACOB (TEMPLE). 951 E
4th Ave., Hialeah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
Friday. 7, p.m. Saturday. a.m.
ZION (TEMPLE) 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
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MIAMI BEACH
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Mayer Engel.
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfitld.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz. Cantor Nico Feldman.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE).
Conservative. 1025 NE 183rd. St..
Rabbi Milton Schlinsky, Cantor
Tibor Moses.
Friday. 8:18 p.ffl Sermon: "States-
man or Politirian. Which tine to
Elect?" Saturday, >>:" a.m., Mar
Mitzvah of Barry son of Mr and
Mrs. Norman Zuckerman.
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BETH TORAH. 164th St and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer.
Friday, fi p.m. Saturday, 8:30 a.m.
Bar Mitzvah: Richard, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Marvin La'ne. and Alan, son of
Mr. and Mrs. William Stone.
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BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum.
Friday, 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "A Month
Of Preparation Ones: Shahbat spon-
sored by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hersch
in honor of the Bar Mitzvah of their
son. Richard. Saturday, 8:45 a.m..
Bar Mitzvah: Richard, son of Mr
and Mrs. Harry Hersch. Kul.lu-h
sponsored by his parents.
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B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbl Charles M. Rv-
bel. Cantor Jack Lernar.
FT. LAUDERDALE
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 647 E.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Shel-
don Edwards. Cantor Theodore
Mindich.
SINAI (TEMPLE). OF NORTH DADE
Temporary office, 18801 NE 22nd
Ave Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kingstey.
Cantor Maurice A. Neu.
NER TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18181 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan.
Friday. 5:30 p.m. Saturday. 9 a.m.
Sermon: "Religion as ail Emotional
Experience." Mincha. 7:45 p.m. Maariv,
8:05 p.m.
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftali Porush.
CORAL GABLES
AGLDATH ISRAEL, 7801 Ca.iyle Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th Street,
OHEV SHALOM. 7065 Bonita Drive,
Orthodox. Rab^1 Phintaa Weber-
man.
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 848
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadl Nahmiaa.
YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
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1542-44 Washington Ave, Rabbi A.
Ben-Hillel.
JUDEA (TEMPLE). 5500 Granda Blvd
Reform. Rabbi Morrla Kipper.
I'-iday. 8:H p.m. Sermon: "Why
Sew Worship Services.?".
ZAMORA (TEMPLE). 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger
Cantor Hirsh March.
Friday. 6 p.m. Saturday. 8:45 a.m..
Scriptural Lesson. Bar Mitzvah:
Gerald, son of Mrs. Dorothy Green-
berg.
EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrews Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton.
Cantor Jerome Klement.
HALLANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER.
126 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd.
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (TEMPLE). S. 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
Friday. 8:15 pm .Milton Formal! will
conduct services
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE). 1729
Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbi
Morton Malavsky.
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun.
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MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE,. tSOO SW 6?th
Way. Conservator Rabbi Irwin
Cutler.
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POMPANC BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 132 SW 11th
Ave.. Conservative. Rabbi Morris
A. Skop. Cantor Leon Segal.
Friday. 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "We
There and Back." Saturday
a.m.
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
Surfside Community Canter, 9301
Collins Avs. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaao
D. Vine.
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
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John B. Williams (left) and Herbert L. Gid-
dens (riqhO. are cochairmen of the 1968
Humanities Av/ard Dinner to be held by
the Mesivta Senior Hiqh School of the He-
brew Academy on Oct. 5 at the Dupont
Plaza Hotel. Also shown are (from left):
Morris Bienenfeld member of the execu-
tive committee: Rabbi Alexander Gross,
principal; and lercme Bienenfeld, member
of the executive commi'tee.
Awards Dinner Set For October 5
The Mesivta Senior High School
jf the Hebrew Academy of Great
er Miami will hold its Humanity
Awards dinner Saturday evening.
Christian Cleric
Barred By Arabs
[Visits Holy Sites
JERUSALEM (JTA) The
lergyman who sold the Dead
Scrolls to Prof. Yigal more than
years ago visited Christian
loly Places in East Jerusalem
and the West Bank this week for
the first time in two decades.
He is Athanasus Jesus Samuel,
low the Syrian Orthodox Bishop
at the United States and Canada,
/isiting Israel ai a guest of his
church here.
Because of his transaction with
Jhe Israeli archeologist and gener-
|l. Bishop Samuel was banned from
Jordan and the other Arab States
fcnd was unable to visit the Holy
Places while they were under
Jordanian rule.
He also paid a visit to the Is-
iael Museum,
Oct. 5. at the Dupont Plaza Hotel.
Rubhi Alexander Gross, princi-
pal, said that the more than 1.000
fuests at the annual event will in-
clude this year outstanding per-
sonalities in the American labor
movement, as well as leaders in
management, government and the
religious and education fields.
Edgar P. Perilstein of Philadel-
phia is national cha'rman of the
dinner. Serving as Florida cochair-
men are Herbert L. Giddens and
I John B. Williams.
Mr. Giddens is president of Her- |
! bert L. Giddens Painting Co. and
I president of the Florida branch of
Painting and Decorating Contrac-
I tors. Mr. Williams is vice president
of Florida Glass and Mirror Co.
and the director of the Southeast-
ern section of the Flat Glass Mar-
keting Assn.
The guest of honor at the 1967
awards banquet was United States
, Supreme Court Justice Abe Fortas.
The Hebrew Academy of Greater
i Miami serves more than 600 stu-
, dents, manv of them from Latin
American countries who
come to Miami for study.
have
LOS ANGELES (WNS) The
National Congress for the Jewish
Deal concluded its seventh bien-
nial six-day convention here with
a call on the American rabbinate
to learn how to communicate with
the Jewish deaf in sign language.
Earlier, the delegates heard a '
report that more and more rabbis I
and laymen in recent years were
concerning themselves with the ,
problems of the Jewish deaf, but |
that the major impediment to
greater involvement was lack of |
communication. The parley envis- ,
ioned using the organization's en-
lowment fund to provide supple-
mental salaries of rabbis for the
leaf, aid to student rabbis serving
the Jewish deaf and teaching rab-
| bis and concerned Jewish laymen
the language of the deaf.
The broad objective of the or-
ganization [ to promote the growth
' of Judaism among the deaf throu :h
cultural and other activities. There
are an estimated 8.000 Jewish deaf
tn the country.
, Alexander Fleischman of Green
belt. Md told the conclave on his
reelection to the presidency that
his organization was no! receiving
financial support from any "na-
tional or local philanthropic or-
ganization. Its income." he added,
"comes from membership duea and
financial contributions from our
affiliates throughout the country."
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Friday, September 6. 1963
Israel Newsletter
By ELIAHU SALPETER
Israelis Take A Hard Look At Plight Of Czechs
A FTER the invasion of Czecho-
slovakia by Soviet and other
Warsaw Pact troops. Prime Min-
ister I.evi Eshkol convened an
emergency session of the Cabinet
This may seem strange consid-
ering the distance between Prague
and Jerusalem and the fact that
Mr. Dubcek's liberalization process
never reached the stage of renewing diplomatic re-
lations with Israel that were broken oif by his pre
deeessors on Moscow's orders after the Six-Day War
Yet. it was quite natural that Israels top leaders
should worry about events in Czechoslovakia. There
is widespread sympathy tor Chechoslovakians in Is
rael. dating back to the late President Jan Masaryk's
warm support of the Zionist cause: there is a Kfar
Maaaryk near Haifa and there is hardly a city or
town in Israel which does not have a Masaryk Street.
But it is not only a question of sympathy Is-
raeli:- know that what happened in Czechoslovakia
could have repercussions In the Middle East.
It was no coincidence that of all the countries
not under Moscow's direct domination only two
Egypt and Syriaexpressed support of the Soviet
aggression It is not tai fetched to assume that the
leader.- of those two Arab countries saw signs favor-
able to their own aspirations in what happened in
Czechoslovakia. In June 1967, they assumed
wrongly that the Soviets would provide them
with direct military support to destroy Israel
Our Film Folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
]New Melodrama
Hollywood
IS IRK DOUGLAS' suspense melodrama.
* A lovely Way to Die.'' in which
the star appears as a quite ruthless pri-
vate cop, was unsatisfactory to us when
previewed in Hollywood. The imaginative
background conjured up by the cameras
of Morris Hartzband for producer Richard
Lewis and director David Lowell Rich is
no substitute for good story-telling, sadly missing here.
A technical masterpiece of visual development and
unintrusive panoramic shots of picturesque sweep and
rare magnitude. "A Lovely Way to Die" pairs Sylvia
Koscina with stage actor Kenneth Haigh and Eli Wallach
turns in a good performance as the oily Southern defense
attorney. Kirk Douglas shows self-restraint in the part of
an unplea-ant character who will resort to any villainy in
oider to reach his final goal.
Jan Sterling, wife of the late Paul Douglas and a
- een star herself, was honored in Hollywood by the
American Jewish Congress for her contributions through
television to the understanding between the majority and
minority religions and races in the United States Miss
Sterling modestly replied that >he does things for herself
not for the sake of others. Having been converted to Ju-
daism not only gave her inner strength and satisfaction.
it also established in her a sense of responsibility for
humanity at large.
Neil Simon's Broadway comedy. The Star Spangled
Girl" will be produced by Howard W. Koch for Para-
mount. Arnold Schulman will write the screenplay for the
story of the small-town girl in conflict with two Madison
Avenue executives which was presented on Broadway by
Saint-Subber, and directed by George Axelrod. This is the
fourth of Simon's plays to be filmed by Paramount.
Other films Koch is preparing for Paramount include.
"On A Clear Day You Can See Forever," starring Barbra
Streisand; "We Only Kill Each Other, based on the life
of Bugsy Siegel, starring Tony Curtis; "A New Leaf," star-
ring Walter Matthau and Elaine Maywho will also be
making her debut as a movie director: and "The Daugh-
ters of Longing." based on best selling novelist Froma
Sand's hook.
Zero Mostel has been signed by Warner-Seven Arts'
production head. Kenneth Hyman. to star in "The Great
Bank Robbery." an adventure comedy set in 1875 Hy
Averback will direct on lination in California.
'The Lynching of Elizal>eth Tax lor.' a Western based
on the case of a legendary murderess of that familiar
name who was hanged in Nebraska in 1855. has been
written by Edward Chodorov for producer Jack Cushing-
h;im at Warners Chodorov is the author of such stage
plays as "Decision," "King Lady." "Oh, Men! Oh, Women"'
and "Common Ground ."
Mervyn LeRoy currenth i> preparing two multi-million
dollar pictures for Warners A musical adaptation of
.lames Thurbers "The 13 Clocks" is being written for
l.i-Roy by A. J. Carothers a-, a major roadshow attraction
In addition he is readying Downstairs at Ramsev -
based on James Leigh'- bestseller, which he plans to pro-
duce and direct.
"Lions 3, Christians 0." will be produced by writer
David Z. Goodman and Zev Braun. who made himself a
name with the award-winning film "Goldstein" at Cannes
in 1964. Goodman is writing the screenplay from Ann
Borowik's novel about the romance of a professional foot-
ball player actress. The latter part is still to be cast.
Whether the Kremlin even considered such a move
is doubliul: but in any case cooler heads prevailed
But the Egyptian and Syrian leaders may now
hope that the Czech invasion indicated a victory for
the 'hawks" in the Kremlin and a better chance for
future direct Soviet aid against Israel.
Political observers here believe that even today
Moscow's leaders recognize the fundamental differ-
ences in the situations of Czechoslovakia and of
Israel. Apart from tne geographical distance and
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Adam Told Eve:
Quit Ribbing Me'
II
HAS BEEN SAID that if Adam
returned, he would find every
>hing new hut the joke- 111 was
VI.im who ,ii-: said, "Quil ribbing
, ne."> While the stories may he
basically similar, they do undergo
if circumstances and events.
About 30 years ago, a popular
story about a famous rabbi ol those days. Dr Joseph
Krauskopf, had him seated with Cardinal Gibbons of
Baltimore at a social function. The Cardinal, no-
ticing that the rabbi avoided one item on the menu
asked: When will you start eating ham. Rabbi
Krauskopf' "At your wedding, your Eminence,
was the quick-witted reply Today this story would
lose some of its punch, with married.
In the old days, one heard many stories about
lews who talked with their hands. One of the old
favorites was about how the Jew who couldn't swim
managed to save himself when his boat overturned
I just talked and talked and talked." explained the
.lew (Personally, I see nothing wrong with using
your hands while talking. The art of ballet use-
both hands and feet to tell a storywhy can't we")
A recent story about Israel's President Shazar re-
minded us of this. He was scheduled to speak to a
labor organization in the Negev on a recent warm
day Someone suggested the hall should have been
airconditioned. and another commented. That's all
right. Soon President Shazar will start talking and
his hands will go this way and that, and we will have
air-conditioning by hand."
President Sha/ar i> a good talker. The one re-
quirement of Israel's Presidents is that he be a good
lalker. (Thev figure if he's bu anything to get his country in trouble >
FDR was a good talker. I was just reading a story
about the time hi- friend, Fannie Hurst, who was
always trying to reduce, came to visit him at the
White House, very proud of her lost pounds "Turn
around." said he. When she complied, he said. "Well,
the Hurst may have changed a little, but it's the
same old fanny."
Several of our PresidentsJefferson. Adams and
Madison were good talkers. And of course Lincoln- -
the best of all. (The worst was Calvin Coolidge. who
said so little that when you had an appointment with
him, you needed to take a newspaper along with you
to help to pass the time.)
What a wonderlul talker Chaim Weizmann. Is-
rael's first President, was! The only one to rival him
was Lincoln. If Abraham and Chaim h:id got to-
gether and told stories, their listeners wouldn't care
if none of the world's problem* got solvedit would
be enough, just listening to them.
consequent logistic problems, Czechoslovakia belongs
to the Soviet sphere ol influence tacitly recognized
by the Western powers. American aid against Soviet
intervention could be interpreted as an attempt to
alter the status quo. while in the Middle East, mili-
tary intervention by the Soviets would be thus inter-
preted, risking Western retaliation.
For reasons best known to Czechoslovak leaders
they were completely surprised by the invading
Soviet and satellite troops and ordered their soldiers
and civilians not to offer armed resistance to the
invaders. No Russian (or Arab) leader could expect
such orders from any Israel government or that
such orders would be obeyed if they were issued
As far as Israel is concerned, the most dangerous
aspect of the Czech event- is their indication of in-
stability in the Soviet leadership. Under such cir-
cumstances it is conceivable that hotheads could trv
to force the hands of the more reasonable Soviet
leaders by creating large-scale hostilities |n -yu.
Middle Fast.
On the other hand. Moscow instability hold-
long-range hopes for Israel- the Kremlin lead
who decided on the invasion of Czechoslovakia
happen to he the mainsta.v of the Arabs aga
Israel Bui there are progressive elements
Communist hlor. and these may he expected I
in influence as the policies ol the hawks" .,,,
credited hy failure, and this would he ol obv
benefit to Israel
H/gfi/igfifs In Sporti
JESSE SILVER
British Fencers
/REAT BRITAIN has named Allan .lay and three othei
Jewish fencer- to its Olympic team A 37-year-ol
London attorney. Jay will become only the fourth Bi iti-
sportsman -elected to represent his country at five su<
ecssivr Olympic Games. He was a silver medalist in epe
at the I960 Olympic Games and 1959 world foil champiot
Nick Halstead. Teddy Bourne and Peter Jacobs will b
members of the five-man epee squad, while Jay will con
pete in the foil events Dave Micahnik. a gold medalist
at the 1965 World Maccabiah Games, was the only winne
at the National Fencing championships in Miami Jet
(heckes was runnerup in the individual foil Normal
T. Lewis of Kew Gardens. NY. has been named tean
captain of the Olympic fencing team. Lewis is chairmai
of the Olympic Fencing Committee Former Columbi.
University fencing coach. Dr. living DeKoff. who led th.
I.ions to three NCAA titles in his 16 vears as coach. ha
been appointed director of student Interests at the New
York school Sam Gerson. founder of Olympian Inter
national, has been appointed Philadelphia's Ambassadoi
of Goodwill at the Olympic Gams in Mexico Citv H,
will present gifts to the Mayor of Mexico City from Mayoi
Tate. and has arranged a buffet dinner at a hotel in Mex
ico City for many of the world's Olympians, to be held oi
Oct. 15. 1968 He was a silver medalist in wrestling in 1920
Seeded only sixth, Simon (Stuffy) Singer of Los v
'!es. won the United States Handball Assn fourwal
-ingles title. 21-9. 1821. 2! 18. at St. Louis Laurie
Levine ot the Maccabi As-n in London captured bis fifth
successive middleweight title at the English Native weight
lifting championships, while Willie Shaer took hi.- third
bantam crown
Stockbroker Dick Sidcrowf caotured the Metropolitan
\niateur Golf championships in White Plains, N.Y.
Bruce Fleisher fired a 66 69135 ,-.t Lantana. Fla.. to wil
the Metropolitan Amateur Golf Assn. title. Both qualified
for the U.S. Amateur Golf pro Ross Sobel. 77. con
tinues to give lesson aboard the S.S. Ariadne, which tours
the Bahamas and the Caribbean Alfred Kaskel. tin
man who brought bigtime golf to South Florida, died in
July at 69. The New York contractor tounded the SlOO.ofv
Doral Open in 1962. and was the builder of the Carillor
and Doral Beach Hotels on Miami Beach, as well a- the
Doral Country Club.
Between You and Me: By BORIS SMOLAR
Jews Mobilize Quickly For Biafrans
THERE ARE NO JEWS m Biafra.
the secessionist province of
Nigeria where millions, mostl)
children, among the 13.000.(>00
people are now starving to death
Nevertheless. Jews |g the United
States are now engaged in a fund-
raising campaign for food and
medicine for the starving Biafrans
And the response is most gratifying
With the fact that the world stood by silently
while six million Jews were annihilated by the Nazis
still fresh in their memories, they want to be on
record that when other nations face starvation and
annihilationas is the case now with the Biafrans
the Jewish people do not remain unconcerned.
I^;d by the American Jewish Committee, all ma-
jor Jewish organizations in this country' have joined
to provide relief for the starving people of Biafra.
An urgent appeal has been made to Jews all over
the country to contribute toward airlifts of food and
medicine for the Biafrans. in the race with death
which these uniortunate people are facing
The campaign is only beginning, but contribu
lions in the first two weeks exceeded S60.000 Tin
number of children sending in contributions is re
markable. Told about the thousands of children d\
ing in Biafra each day of starvation and sickness
by their teachers in the Jewish schools, the pupils
are sending pennies, nickels dimes and quartan t"
the American Jewish Emergency Effort for Biafran
Reliefa joint relief body established by 22 leading
Jewish groups.
No small role in the campaign for Jewish relief
for the starving Biafrans is being played also by the
rabbis throughout the country. In many synagogues
the story of the Biafran tragedy is told during serv-
ices and appeals are being made for speedy relief
The Jewish relief committee is working in coopera
tion with Catholic and Protestant relief agencies.

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Friday, September 6, 1968
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The Asthmatic Chldren's Foundation of Flor-
ida will sponsor the Southeastern premiere
of "Finian's Rainbow," the film version of
the staae musical starrinq Fred Astaire,
Potula Clork and T"mni Steele. to be held
at Florida State Theatre's Sheridan Theatre,
Miami Beach, on Nov. 6. Discussinq plans
for the qala event ore (from left): Mrs. Faye
Koch. Israel Friedman, Marqie Miller and
Judoe Ted Nelson
I .S. Jews
Face \oulli
Problems
Continued From Page 1-A
youngsters in San Francisco were
Jewish." lie said, "A decade H20
Jewish youth was not involved with
sex or drug escapades, alcoholism,
suicide charts, negative social re-
actions, but now a Jewish youth
problem is beginning to manifest
itself."'
The New York educator lauded
the Brandeis camp as an importsi
pilot project" in using contemp
rarj tfajhniqueg i|i music, drj n
lectures, the arts
Food Fair Stores
Foundation Sets Up
USF Scholarships
TAMPA Food Fair Stores
mdation has established two
four-vear scholarships at the Uni-
., rsity of South Florida. The I'SF
scholarships will be awarded for
Milt to academic year.
i presentation was made to
\ ifflcials by I,co Finkel-
I Miami, vice president of
the South Florida Division of Food
Fan St.ire- Pre-cnt at the cere-
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Jr., dean of university relations;
i i Black III. director of
university development; Dr. Harris
i i. vice president for academic
.-. fairs, and three Pood Fair exec-
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land lor residents of communities
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Foundation.
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University, University of Miami,
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Arab terrorist bases in Jordan and
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the Jordan River.
Baghdad radio hinted that Is-
'Zionist Plot'
Is Charged
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tributed the leaflets in Prague last
May. but they arc believed to have
been the work of supporters oi
lusted President Antonin Novotny.
A week later, he said, a number ol
Jewish and non-Jewish public fig-
ures in Prague received letters
forged on stationery of the Docu-
mentation (.'enter and ostensibly
signed by .Mr. Wiesenthal. which
expressed dec]) satisfaction with
the liberalization measures as be-
n^ good for Jews and for Israel.
.Mr Wiesenthal, who described
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that the use of an alleged "Zionist"
threat by the opponents of liber-
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intended to appeal to latent anli
Semitism in Eastern Europe.
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"Jewish Floridian
Israeli Cabinet Minister
Is Due Here On Sunday
[/.-mi, FJorida, September 6, 1968
Dr Zorach Warhaftig, Israel
Jewish Education Bureau Directory
Lists Religious Schools In Area
Section B Minister for Religious Affairs, will
arrive in Miami on Sunday for a
two-day stay before continuing on
to Argentina, where he will attend
a conference of Latin American
Jewrv.
The Bureau of Jewish Education i
. week issued a directory of !
ish schools and Albert E. Ossip.
-dent of the Bureau, called on
\:-li parents to register their
Iren in the school of their
e, .' ich can be found in all
- ol (hi Greater Miami area
ood.
on in the schools has
in. with the first ies-
one-da) -a-vt eek s< hools
i Saturday 01 Sun las
'- litation pro-
is t ntinuing To date, ac-
rew Departments in-
e tl nn.il> ol Beth Dai id
D.Miami; Temple Beth
Temple Emanu-El and
Menorah, Miami Beach;
;ioi. I accreditation has been
Temple Sinai of Holly-
d am Temple Beth Sholom of
\ wen .
Accredited one-day-a-week de
partments include the schools of
Temple Israel, Temple Beth Am.
Temple Sinai of North Dade. Tem-
ple Judea of Coral Gables and
Temple Beth El of Hollywood.
Applications from other scl
are now being pr icesse I
Included in the Bureau's direc-
tory are thi
South-Southwest: B i
I
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" IV > Hi ih T \
: ibli -
Tempi..... -
Ti r|ili Kan 11 Zani a
i "oral i ial .
Miller
North- Northeast: Ad ith Veshurui
h'ij \ E Ml mi' I Dnvi
Moshe Congregal Dlxli High-
way: Bi ih Torah Congregation. luSl
N Miami Bench Blvd >'
B'nal Raphael, I4i>l \ w |S3 Si Sky
Lake S) nagogui 181 I \ r 19 Ave
Temple B'nal Sholom, 275 N W i9
i Joint Installation Ceremony Planned
I By Sky Lake Congregation On Sunday
st.: Temple tarael 137 X K 19th st ;
Temple Sinai of North Dade, 18801
X E 22 Ave.: Temple Tlfereth Israel,
';.....,N Miami Ave Temple Tlfereth
Jacob 961 E Flamingo Way, Hialeah;
and >i.uii(t Israel of Greater Miami,
'..... X E 171 BI
Miami Beach: Beth Israel Congrega-
tion, 77" W loth Si Cuban H< !-'
hi, 1242 X' Av
knew Im ...
vi (l| Toral
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Monroe SI Temple i-i u I of Mirui
3500 s W "i' W ij ind T
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Fort Laoderdale: Temple Betl
547 E laklai I Park P
Emnnu-EI ISO] s Andrews A'.

While in Miami. Dr. Warhaftig
will be the guest of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and the
Rabbinical Association of Greater
Miami at a reception to be held on
Sunday afternoon at the Deauville
Hotel. He will give a first-hand
account of the status of religion in
Israel and the current situation re-
garding the religous sites in the
Holy Land.
is capacity as Rel ..:
fairs Minister, Dr Warhafl
nship be
rnm ni .
. re< im i
si; ion reli ;ious mi
Hi is also resp insible for n
- r io is siti .
Israi. .i- well as in the terri
by Israel si
I Six-Day ir
Beth Tov Rabbi Returns
Rabbi Simon April and Cantor
Seymour Hinkes have resumed
their duties at Temple Beth Tov
after summer vacations.
3fi. ZORACH VJARHAtTG
Registration Still Open
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Si h i :. i 124 Drexel A..

sch K)l di
Ira Gamsa, c
chairman A program i ;
room activities and scheduling .;
ivaili the school o:fice.
Abe Panzer will be installed as
president Of the Sky Lake Syna-
and Mrs. Leo Nelson, presi-
dent of thi Sisterhood at joint In-
ii Uation ceremonies at 6:30 p.m.
S .lay.
The outgoing presidents of the
; :negations and Sisterhood. Mr.
and Mrs Ralph Deutsch. will be
presented plaques expressing the
appreciation of the congregation.
am al Man of the Year
l goi to Alois Levine, foun-
i the congregation and hon-
ry tn i surer
. ah : the spir
leadi i wh m tlj retur ied
to Isra ;ive an
ex| riem
: Ki Con-
itioi
Associate Treasurer: Alois Levlm
Honorary Treasurer; Norman Lieber-
man, Secretary: Edward Tunick
Plnancial Secretary; SWnej Hechtman
Norman Kaplan, Raymond Parsons
gabais.
- Jack Abugow
Brllch. Asheri En-
Greenberg, Bei
Kaplan. Manfred
Kestln. Raphai
Board of Direct
l ten Barg, Hei man
gelman, Samuel
Jacobson, Julius
Kaufman, Stanley
l \ I, Ja< k Ufschfa Harry Llnetsk}
Donald Picker, Mauri..' Rosen, II
ard E Roskln. Hu
Si ma i Elmi
rence I'dell
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italic (I ai
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Jack M. Fink Will Be Installed As
President Of Temple Beth Sholom
ack M Fink will be Installed as
sidenl i Temple Bi th Sholom.
ni B ,.. i, the Con {re
>n, at services at wh ch the
ficers and directors will be con-
crated by Habbi Leon Kronisb ;tt
13 p.m. Friday.
Other officers are:
V ca Presidents: James Brotman, Ell
JACK f INK
Kn (sin s,-\ ni' ui- Sllven 11 ai Id
/inn: Tn Postell
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bei i. Bhi '.' '<' id, ; .1 E :
Harry Arthui Oreei rg, John Serbin,
I ouii- I" Snei man, R ilph Sper
II,,n,.iai- Vk-e Presidents Sld.iey D. I
Ansln, -l.i.'. A 'am >r, Isadore B
li, chl and I '. rles Slivers
Board Members Jack A Abbott,
S'orman Arkln, Abrum Raker, Meyei
Don, Leon .1 Ell Abe Pine, Milton
Qaynor, Oary Qersoh, Harold Oranoff,
Dr. Robert Jaffa Prank Kaman, Ir-
ving li K ii.:.i '. James s Knopke,
Dr. Leo Levin, Dr Sanford Levine,
Alex Levlnson. Alvln !'. Lowe, David
Miller, Howard Miller, inr.i n|]e-
Moi-ry i: Morris Joseph Nevel, David
ponve Be' Im Rimer, Samuel
Robinson, Ph l p Ro nberg, Philip
Kchllssel, Jack B Shapiro. Ralnh
Boero ll moi rj Directors: S'dne* r>
Ansln. Hnm D^tnersteln. Paul H '
don, I C Dreenl.....t. Maury OUnlck,
Dr Alexander Robblns, Irv'ng >' -
man. Dr. Norman -I Pis Nathan
Waiiinian and Simon W
After the wvlc*". 'he r;:!:b: will
condnrt B-'h Sho'om's Bnnual
"S'-eu and Tell" d r'ng which new
a"d pr11-....... members "vill be
ihown ''.' Sholom's I llitii i
hear a talk about the I rap >'t phi-
losophy and program.
The officers u tors ol 'he
emple and the Sisterhood's Hospi-
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Friday. September 6. 1968
frJmltfl Ikridiimn
Paqe 3-B
Minyonaires Synagogue
Sets Expansion Plans
Plans for the relocation and ex-
'Kin-ion of the facilities of the Min-
onairea Synagogue have been an
nouneed by its president. Max
Feinchin.
Planned for early 1969. the
move follows the recent sale of
is property at 3737 Bird Rd.. just
west of Douglas Rd. Construction
of a new modern sanctuary with
facilities for social, cultural and
communal activities will be started
as soon as a suitable location is
obtained. Emphasis will be placed
on the spiritual needs of the young.
Mr. Temchin said, and will prob-
ibly include construction of a mod-
ern Hebrew School.
In the interim, the Minyonaires
vill continue to hold daily and
Sabbath services at its present lo-
cation. Services are modern tra-
litional.
HiCh Holy Day services will be
conducted by Cantor Leon Si_;;ii
his baritone who has served
prominent synagogues in the New
Vork area. Born and raised in Pal-
estine, he studied authentic tradi-
tional music there
Cantor Segal will also officiate
it the Slit-hot service- and all of
ither services during the High
Hols Days.
Alan Courtney To Join WIOD Radio
Pharmacists Plan Meet
Lawrence Stone, hospital "' i"",,,*>
AlAN COURTNEY
Roast And Card Party
Planned By JWV Post
Ham ll. Cohen Posl and Auxil-
iary No 723 Jew [h War Veterans,
in sponsoring a -weenie" roasl
and card party at the New Yorker
I 1611 Collins Ave \l ami
' i al 8 p m Sunday Mrs
Alan Courtney, veteran broad
cast personality who is celebrating
the 20th anniversary of his "Open
Phone Forum" on Miami radio,
has signed a long-term contract
with Radio Station WIOD. it was
.lames W. Wesley. Jr.. general
manager, has announced.
Broadcasting for Station WINZ
lor the past four years. Mr. Court-
ney will take over the same night-
ly three hour period in WIOD pro-
gramming which he occupied at
WINZfrom 10 p.m. to 1 a.m.
At the same time. I.arry Kin",
WIOD's nationally recognized In-
terview specialist, will move to an
earlier periodfrom 8 to Id p in
He ha- been on the air from 9 p.m
10 midnight.
Mr Courtney originated the
open Phone Forum" when he
anie to Miami from New York in
1049 to he featured on WGBS
Since then the pro-ram ha.- been
copied all .,",er ihe country.
The radio veteran describes the
in i- ,i eombination of his
own editorials and the comments
11 guests, with 'he audience par
ng in telephone inters iews.
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Alfa Liepa Opens
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Vlfa I lepa, a Lithuanian-trained
ballet dancer who toured the
L'nited State- with the Agnes de
Mi He Ballet Company, is opening
his own ballet studio. Ballet
Arts.' in North Miami.
Registration for pupils began
this week and classes will start
at 404 NE 125th St. on Sept. 9.
Mr Liepa said.
Besides being a skilled perform
er. Mr I.iepa has had much ex-
perience as a teacher in ballet
studios in New York, Connecticut.
Pennsylvania and Ohio.
There will be classes for all ages
at his North Miami school and he
plan- to form a local ballet com-
pany Kxercise classes to keep
muscles toned will also be avail-
able for adults
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These aie conducted over open
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le broadcasting studo.
After si.en vear with WGBS
Mr. C urtney shifted the program
to radio station WQAM After eight
years there, he joined WIN/: in
1964. He has been in radio since
the ute 1920-.
about
gathered for you
Miriam Eeld
. he so-wnal-clve-is-new? department
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11. ; to be
a rabbi an 11 of the com-
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thicket of thorns "Is
from an interview ith a subu
rabbi'.1 Not exactly, Ii was -.ml i
Maggid. Rabbi Do*. Baer. over :i>"
years ago. He went on to add mourn-
full) : "For the heart of the true rabbi
is Hooded with the sorrows of others
ana ,eighted with the problems of
Ins people."
"Your charms are enclosed In a hun-
dred different jars, and your face does
not go to bed with you." No. it is
not a disillusioned young husband
speal iy. Mils is the voice of second
centui) Roman poet Juvenal
"Anticipate charity by preventing
poverty. Assist a man in reduced cir-
cumstances either by gifts or loan-.
or by leaching him a trade, oi by
helping him to set up his own business
so ihai he may cam an honest liveli-
hood and not be forced to the dreadful
alternative of holding out hi- hand
for charity." Is this the enlightened
recommendation of a panel of experts
studying the social welfare scene "so
this is. of course, the sell-help pro-
gram devised in the twelfth century
by Maimonides.
'"there is nothing new under the sun."
concluded Solomon And he came 10
this conclusion three thousand years
ago.___________________________
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Invented cooking contests. To encour-
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1.1hhi goldpieces to anyone who in-
vented mists, unjornutately, are mn rewarded
quite so lavishly (uhlwiivh they art
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Dash pepper
' i teaspoon rubbed sage
\'i teaspoon thyme leaves, cr ished
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IJJoM NCJW Institute Set for Monday
Friday, September 6 1968
Pao= 5-P
Hadassah Leaders Meet
To Plan Anniversary Fete
Leaders of the Miami Beach
Chapter of Hadassah will gather
at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 17, in
the Great American Scene Room
of the Hilton Hotel at a "Coffee
and Sweet" to initiate plans for
the Hadassah 20th Anniversary
Luncheon which will be held Oct. 9.
Mrs. Philip Thau, president of
the Miami Beach Chapter of Ha-
da-sah. and Mrs. Max Weitz, who
has been named chairman of this
year's luncheon, have invited the
presidents, bond chairmen and
other leaders of all 22 groups of
the Miami Beach Chapter to join
in completing plans for the event at
the "Coffee and Sweet" meeting.
A highlight of the "Coffee and
Sweet" meeting will be a special
program of entertainment featur-
ing Jan and Lillian Bart of "Fid-
dler on the Roof" fame. The Barts
will present a special version of
"Fiddler" for the entertainment
of the Hadassah leaders.
Heading preparations for the
luncheon are the following presi-
dents of the Hadassah groups:
Mrs. Benjamin Steinmuller, Bav
Harbor; Mrs. Ro-e Ruban. Louis
D. Brandeis; Mrs. Fred Jonas,
Eddie Cantor; Mrs. Michael Fein-
stein. Esther; Mrs. Morris Daneig,
Mrs. Ida Klite and Mrs. Kay Men-
delsohn. Forte Towers presidium;
Mrs. Sid Dulberg and Mrs. Evelyn
Decky, I. R. Goodman presidium;
To View Israel Films
Films taken in Israel by Rabbi
David Kaab will highlight the first
regular meeting of the Sisterhood
of Temple Beth Raphael at 8 p.m.
Thursday, Sept. 12. at the temple.
Mrs. Hvman J. Berber is Sister-
h tod president.
mk. max wtnz
Mrs. Milton Weinberg, Herzl; Mrs.
Irving Westin, Israeli; Mrs. George
Meisel. Kadimah; Mrs. Henrietta
Fine. Emma Lazarus;
Mrs. Eva M. Blum, Lincoln; Mrs.
Rachel Brody. Morton Towers:
Mrs. Rose Kopel. Plaza 800; Mrs.
Villiam Kalmanson, Renanah;
Mrs. Elsie Glick. Hannah Senesch;
Mrs. Irwin Shapiro. Shaioma; Mrs.
Max Cohen. Southgate; Mrs. Sol
Greenberg, Henrietta SzoW; Mrs.
Ben Twery. Mrs. Ben Ginsky and
Mrs. Charles Anchie, Treasure
I House presidium; Mrs. Max Berk-
j ley, Triton Towers; Mrs. Martin
Harnick. Sophie Tucker and Mrs.
Abraham Magid. Stephen S Wise
group.
The interrelation of community
service and public affairs will be
explored in dep;h by members of
Area 18. National Council of Jew-
ish Women, at a Southern District
Seminar Institute Monday at the
Golden Gate Hotel. 1940u Collins
Ave., Miami Beach.
The all-day session beginning
with registration at 9:30 a.m., is
being hosted by the Greater Miami
Section. N'CJW. Women from Or-
lando, North Broward, Hollywood
and Miami are expected to attend.
Mrs. Norman Cohen, vice presi-
dent of public affairs for the Great-
er M'ami Section, will give the
keynote address on "Planning For
Vour Community." Mrs. Max
Schwartz, vice president of the
Southern District, will supervise
the seminar.
A discussion of the Kerner Re-
port of the National Advisory Com-
mittee on Civil Disorders will high-
Asthma Research Group
Plans Luncheon Meeting
Mrs. AMen Abe'sn. pre;>d"Pt of
Lorber Chapter. Children's Asthma
Research Institute and Hospital, :
wll give highlights of the organi- J
zation's national convention at \
Denver at a luncheon meeting at
the Sorrento Restaurant, 3059 SW
8th St.. Tuesday.
, Lorber Chapter was awarded j
I 'our national achievement awards
i it the convention for best journal, [
; best publicity coverage by a Chap
, er, best original skit produced, i
i ind the highest percentage of in-
1 crease in a purse, Mrs. Abelson
Mid.
! A fashion show by "withit" of1
j Coral Gables will be presented at
j the affair which begins at 11 a.m.
Members will moael and Mrs. J.
I William Bsros. Jr., will be the
I commentator
CARIH is composed of auxil-
, taries in 30 states dedicated to the
support of the Home's research and
'treatment program for intractable
' asthmatics.
light the afternoon session, to en-
able these Jewish women leaders
to help their councils implement
the recommendations made in the
U.S. Riot Commission report.
Mis. Sidney Lewis is chairman
of the Area 18 Institute. Other
chairmen for the event are Mrs.
William I. Brenner, fiscal manage-
ment; Mrs. Vivian Edwards, regis-
trar: Mrs. Fred Ober. hostesses;
Mrs. Harry Thai, arrangements and
Mrs. Harold Zeeman, printing.
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Shores and South Dade divisions
of Greater Miami Section, National
Council of Jewish Women, will hold
their first membership meetings
of the 1968-69 club year Wednes-
day
Shores division will meet at 11:30
a.m. at Westview Country Club.
2601 NW 119th St. The agenda for
he afternoon will feature "Be A
| a inner." an original skit written
| by Mrs. Roger Goldberg and Mrs.
~eonard Israel. The program, di-
rected by Mrs. Martin Knobel. fea-
ure- a cast of 25. accompanied by
Mrs. James Rodenberg.
Mrs Philip Pearlman is presi-
I lent.
Mrs. Jerold Schwarz, president.
! will call South Dade division to
| order at 10 a.m. in the Pan Ameri-
| can Room of the Four Ambassa-
Jors Hotel. 801 S. Bayshore Dr.
i The morning meeting will be foi-
I lowed by a luncheon and an origi-
j nal musicale. entitled "The Roar
I of Council WomenTheir Spell is
AH Around." The skit, written by
: Mrs. Morton L. Weinberger and
, Mrs. Alfred Moss, is being directed
' by Mrs. Weinberger.
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here, the remains of an ancient palace
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course. But it rests on a site near
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Friday. September 6. 1968
. ^Atbout J^eople etna places
WHOSE FATHER HAD A MUSTACHE?
Evidently lots of fathers had mustaches, be-
caus< over 200 fun lovers went to the
Nineties party culled "Your Fathers Mustache.'
Westview Country (" b. Squeaky bar doors
d velvet drapes opened into the party
room where there was a mile-long old fashioned
bar with pretzels, potato chips, hard boiled eggs
and bi^ wheels of cheese .vith bartenders in shut
sleeves, vests, Straw hats and black handlebar
mustaches
Each dinner table had straw hats and mus
laches to put on. and foaming pitchers of beer.
At one table for eis;ht were the Robert Roesinys.
their daughter. Laurie. Mattic Malkin. the Marvin
Silvers and their two sons, Jim anc" Ron. Ron.
who has done graduate work at Trinity Univer-
sity in San Antonio, has just completed his ad-
ministrative residency in a Shreveport. La., hos-
pital :ind is at home for .. while before he goes
into the service.
Mori.d Lapidus. in a red and white seersucker
> ekit. had a very authentic-looking mustache
the kind that sort oi jusl sprouts out from each
corner of hi- mou'h. His wife. Bea. said he was
a terrific mak- up artist
Other guests included Mr. and Mrs. Julius
hem Mr and Mrs Samuel Kann. Dr. and
Mrs Richard Deutch. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Haft.
Mr and Mrs Barrj Prusin, Mr and Mrs jack
i. Mr and Mrs Howard Ay a res, Mr. and
Mrs Samuel Gray, Mr. and Mrs. A I. Nadler,
Mi and Mrs, E Albert Pallot Mr. and Mrs James
li Meyer Mr and Mrs. Edward Denison, Mr.
and Mrs Leonard Treister, Mr and Mrs Stanley
Mr and 'Mrs. I>onald Koren and Mr. and
Mrs Irwin Leifern
THEY USED BLANKETS
Sue and Harry Zuckernick are home from a
lovely vacation. They went first to Mexico, but
managed to leave before the earthquake. Good
timing' Their next stop was San Francisco, where
ihey visited son Michael, an attorney with the
Regional Council Off;.- of the Internal Revenue
Service, and his wife. Maureen, who live high on
hilltop in the suburb ol Orinda. It was cool
Harry was quite impressed with the fact that he
had to wear a top-coat and sleep under blankets
without airconditioning. They found it most con-
venient to be watching the Republican Conven-
tion on TV and not have to fight traffic in Miami
I'.each that week.
SHE "CZECHED" OUT JUST IN TIME
Helen Shcvach timed her trip wellshe
ezeched" out before the Russians checked in
to Czechoslovakia. She met Judge and Mrs. Harold
Spaet in Athens, and writes that there were no
rains in Spain, but when she was in Moscow it
v as tloodedwith tourists.
DO YOL DANCE?
Nat and Roddy Rood do. A whole new way of
life has opened up since they took up square
dancingrecently attend'ng the Square Dance
Vacation Camp ii. Clpyton. Ga.. where two dance
workshops a day are held. It was a rustic way
of lifethey took their own bedding and lived
out of suitcases But people of all ages, from all
walks of life .vere there the common denom-
inator being one's dancinu ability. They danced
even night and learned new squar" dances such
as Spin the Web. Cross Circulate and a dance
called Yellow Yorkyou hug your coiner when
that one is called Nat and Roddy were given the
Idiots Badge." too that's when you're awak-
entd at four in the morning to get up and do a
square dance.
WEIGHT WATCHERS
Two famous SilvermansMollie (Mrs. Sol), and
Shari (Mrs. Larry) went te the Harbor Island Spa
for a week to have a quiet relaxing time and shed
a lew pound- with no temptations Bella Kozloff
v ; there, too. so the three of them invited gue-ts
lor luncha no-calorie lunch, no lesswith cards
afterwards 1 must say I prefer Mollies and
Shan's homemade goodiesthose bread sticks
had only four calories apiece. You could starve to
death eaiing them' Trudy llamerschlag just back
Irom her travelswhich make delight.ul listen-
ingwas among the guests, as were Mrs Ben
Hammerman. Mrs Fiegela Broad. Mrs. Max
Greenberg, Mrs Tobias Sussman. Mrs Ixmis
Makovsky, Mrs. Fritzie Waldmor. Mrs Louis
Hausman and Mrs Ethel Jacobs
THE BOAT HORNS HONKED
Have you ever been to the concerts at the
Marine Stadium'' It is a scene out of fairyland.
First the sun is shining, and the people in the
boats are finishing up. their chicken legs and
sandwiches and potato chips. Then darkness
comes and in one fell swoop the lights go on
and the stars come out and begin to twinkle.
There's a warm and co?v feeling in the audience
and an air of informality on the platform.
Frederick Fenneil, as guest conductor, cap-
lured everyone's heart Instead of applause, after
every number the boats showed their approval by
honking their horns \- an extra special bonus,
no one "walked" out before the concert's end.
Mr and Mrs Harrj Chait were there with
their daughter, Gerl Edelson of Baltimore and
her son. Bruce iGert's huband, Harold, had
stayed home with daughters Hattie and Marcia )
Sylvia Smith and her husband, Bill, who is called
affectionately "Smilty Smith; were there with
Mis. Bertha Weber and Charles Glazer. Also seen
there were Harry and Lilly Schiff. Julius and
Sylvia Gersten, Harrj and Betty Clayman, Mrs.
Nathan Spiegelman and Mrs. Rae Kessler. Dr.
and Mrs. Philip Wcir.stein had two of their grand-
childrenStephen Weinsten and Wendy Kaplan
in tow. and we saw "Uncle'' Herman Binder,
looking chipper as always.
THEY'RE IN MEXICO NOW
Wendy Ann l-eavitt and Edward Ira Sternlieb.
who were married at the end of August at Temple
Judea, are honeymooning in Mexico. Everything
seems like a dream now to Wendy. Even the
lovely bridal luncheon given by Mrs. S. Robert
Nash and Mrs. Kenneth Kasselman in the Cham-
pagne Room of the Fontainebleau Hotel seems so
tar away. Everything was in red and whitered
place cards with white brides, red and white
flowers with masses of sweetheart roses. The
bride-to-be looked like a sweetheart, too. in lovely
uray lace. Among the guests were the bride's
mother, Mrs. Harry l.cavitt. Mrs. Al Rosenberg.
Mrs. Joe Gittleman, Mrs. Harry Davis, Mrs. Sol
Sternlieb, Mrs. Max Capp, Mrs. Herbert Reiser,
Mrs. Thelma Langford and Mrs. Al Winer.
The rehearsal dinner was given by Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Sternlieb, parents of the groom, at
the Chez Vendome of the David Williams Hotel.
It was attended by the wedding party and rela-
tives of both families.
WHO LIKED IT BEST?
They went to Disneyland, all of themVirginia
and Mervyn Ames and their three daughters,
Helene, Stephany and Elizabethand it was a
toss up who enjoyed it the most, the parents or
the girls. After flying out to San Jose to attend
a iamily wedding, they rented a car and drove
all over the state, spending a week in Mervyn's
home town, San Francisco, and the girls saw
tirst hand the things their father had told them
aboutthe fog, the hills, Chinatown and Fisher-
man's Wharf. Then they drove down to Los An-
geles for more family visiting, taking in Big Sur,
Carmel and Monterey on the way down.
Francs* Loll
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Miami Hadassah Delegates Chicago Bound
Seven delegates from the Miami
Chapter of Hadassah will attend
the women's Zionist organization
Chapter Mrs. Harry Goldkin. past
in Chicago Sept. 8-11.
Mrs. Maxweli I.. Weisberg pres-
ident, will represent the Miami
president of the Albert Einstein
Group. Mrs. Isadore Goldberg, Ka-
dimah Group president. Mrs. Irving
Weiner, Menorah Group president.
Mrs. Jack Cohen. Naomi Group
president, Mrs. Benjamin Labell.
Kamah Group president and Mrs.
Joseph Lisa, Mayim Croup presi-
dent, complete the list of dele-
gales.
Also attending Horn the Miami
chapter will he Florida Regional
President, Mrs. Leonard Wolpe,
and National Board member Mrs
(Jerald Soltz.
Whitney Young, civil rights
leader and head of the Negro Ur-
ban League, has been added to the
lineup ol speakers at the national
conclave. Rabbi Philip Bernstein,
who served during World War II
as advisor on Jewish Affairs to the
U.S. military commanders in Eu-
rope, will speak at the closing
luncheon on Wednesday. Sept. 11.
Now chairman of the American-
Israel Public Affairs Committee,
he is rabbi of Temple Brith Ko-
desh mi Rochester. NY.
Other convention speakers will
be Arthur ,1 Golrtbfrg. former I'.s.
Supreme Court Justice who was
until recently US Ambassador to
the United Nations: and Gen. Yitz
hak Rabin. Israeli Ambassador to
the United States
Four groups l the Miami Chap
ier ol Hadassah will greet the fall
season with meeting- featuring
programs Ol films, speakers and a
' ingerie fashion show
Thr Iflberl Einstein Group will
meet at 1 pm Monday, ;it Wash
ington Federal Auditorium. 699
NE 167th St., to view 'This Gold-
en Land ol Ours," a Hadassah-
produced film.
Mrs. Martin Amster.
"The New Look," a lingerie
fashion show, will be featured at
ihe general meeting of the Naomi
Mrs. Max Goldberg is president Croup at 8:15 p.m. Monday, Sept.
16. at the YM-YWHA of Greater
Miami. 8500 SW 8th St. The show,
modeled by members of the Naomi
Mrs. Edith Geiger. regional di-
rector of American Friends of He-
brew University, will address the
Chai Group at 8:15 p.m. Monday,
Sept. 16. at the ome of Mrs Her-
bert Sanburg, 1161 NE 160th Ter.
Mrs. Geiger's topic: -The YOU in
Israel."
President ol the Chai Group is
, will be presented to the member-
i hip. Directing the program is
< Mrs. Adolph "oilman Mrs. Joseph
Butler will provide musical accom-
paniment
President of the Ramah Group
s Mis Benjamin Label!.
Group, is coordinated by Warner
B. Daniels of Coral Gables.
lira. Jack Cohen is president.
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Monday. Sept. 16. when a skit in-
troducing the project chairman
Beth Sholom School Meet
The fi-st of a planned series of
parent .sessions will be held by
Temple Beth Sholom Religions
School at 9:15 a.m. Saturday and
Sunday. Taking part in the ses
sion- will be Rabbi Leon Kronish.
spiritual leader, and Iferwyn Le-
vin, administrator of the school.
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Joie de vivre! That phrase describes Joyce. Mrs. M A.
Sumberg. Her delightfully alive voice expresses the charm
thai is inherently hers. She is the type of person who. when
she believes in a cause or project,
puts her whole self into itheart
and soul. She believes that one
must act according to his own
convictions, and this is what she
does.
She was born in New York.
the fourth daughter of Sam and
Minnie Kapoel. The four girls and
their parents were very close and
they still are. even though one
sister lives in England, and two
sisters and her mother still live
in New York. They manage to get
together regularlylast year they
mot in Israel to celebrate a sister's birthdaythey thought
that was a more central location.
jorct
The girls grew up in a home filled with laughter and
love. Their father and mother were strong minded, inter-
ested in politics and community work. They were vitally
interest in the UJA. (Often the girls would wonder what
their parents had to talk about before there was a UJA and
an Israel.) Helping others was as much a part of the girls'
lives as washing their hands before meals. You are a woman
a Jewish woman. It goes together.
Joyce, who leaned toward dramatics in high school, was
always in the plays. After attending Connecticut College for
a year she attended the New School for Dramatics in New
York.
When she mot Mike, who was a shipmate of her cousin
in the Navy, he was on leavehe shipped out the next day.
However, on his next visit home, they saw each other again
and all thought of finishing college fled from her head, and
getting engaged and married was all she could think of.
They started their family while they lived in West-
chest er. Their three boysall wonderful like their father,
she saysare John, who is at Yale; Andy, who is in his
senior year at high school, and Dan, now in junior high.
When they moved to Harrison, a strictly Republican town,
the Sumbergs became active Democrats as well as active in
UJA. After they moved againto Palm Beach in 1958
she really became a part of the community. One of her
achievements being the starting of the Women's Division
of Federation.
Her enthusiasm, love of life and caring for people put
her finger in many piessuch as the American Jewish
Committee, heading Literature and Communications, PTA
at Miami Shores Elementary' School. North Miami Junior
High and North Miami Senior High, where she was active
in Human Relations, after their move in 1959 to Miami.
Her favorite PTA job was being school education chairman
and attending all of the school board meetings.
When the time came that she felt the children didn't
need all of her time, she calmly walked into the office of
the Equal Opportunity Program, Inc., applied for and got a
job, coordinating all of the volunteer services. She is en-
thusiastic about the poverty program, and wishes desper-
ately for the war in Viet Nam to stop for many reasons, the
main one being that the money now being used there could
be used by the program. She feels that with the money they
have now. it i> the same as if they were trying to cure
cancer with a Band-Aid. (She took a leave of absence to co-
ordinate and head 22 precincts for Sen. Eugene McCarthy s
ill fated campaign.)
Mike and Joyce like to travel, and they like to enter-
tain at home, gathering interesting people about them.
Three consecutive vacations have been spent in Aspen.
Colo., at the Institute for Humanistic Studies, where they
audit the fascinating study of the Great Books conducted
by twenty men who are considered great, each in his own
field. They like concerts and theater, and Joyce likes tennis,
enjoying it thoroughly though playing it badly, she says.
She likes cooking for company, especially enjoying the
making of desserts, because they're enjoyed the most.
When the Sumbergs moved here, Joyce at first thought
she wasn't going to like it. She found out how wrong she
was. She decided Miami was a warm, friendly, exciting
community after she joined Temple Israel, went to various
organization meetings and PTA. Though without roots, she
found most people need to reach out to one another and
find a place for themselves. She finds there is so much to
do it will take a lifetime, and she is bubbling over with
enthusiasm for what she is doingJoie de vivre.
Finkelstein-Kashiwa
Patric.a Yukie Kasniwa. daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Yukio Ka-hiwa
of Honolulu. Hawaii, was married
in San Francisco Sunday, Sept. 1.
to Jay Nathan Finkelstein. son of
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Finkel-
stein of Coral Gables.
The bride is a June graduate of
Goucher College in Baltimore,
Md. She plans to do social work in
New York City.
Mr. Finkelstein, a member of
Phi Beta Kappa, is a magna cum
laude graduate of Columbia Uni-
versity and will receive a Masters
MKS. JAY flNKtlSTUN
degree in mathematics from New
York University. He is currently
attending the Columbia College of
Physicians and Surgeons.
After a week's honeymoon in
San Francisco the couple will live
in Fort Lee, N.J.
Attending the wedding were the
bride's parents and her sister,
Sus!e. and the groom's parents and
his sister and brother-in-law. Evie
and Joel Hirschhorn.
WVriier Knhn
MRS. GAffY BAR AT
the 3 p.m. ceremony which was fol-
lowed by a reception at the hotel.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Bert Bass. 2236 SW 3rd St..
chose a floor-length shirtwaist style
gown of nylon lace. She carried a
small Victorian bouquet of daisies,
baby's breath and blue delphinium.
Mrs. Maurice Niedenthal was
her matron of honor.
The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Bertram Barat. 2236 SW 3rd St.,
had Sheldon Barat as his best man.
The bride is a graduate of Miami-
Dade Junior College, where she
was secretary of ATID. the college
organization of the United Syna-
i gogue of America.
Mr. Barat was graduated from
Miami Senior High School and the
University of Miami, where he was
I a member of Tau Epsilon Phi, He
is now employed as an accountant.
After a honeymoon in Acapulco
| and Mexico City, the couple will
! reside in North Miami Beach.
Baral-Bass
Seama Mira Bass was married
to Gary Charles Barat Sunday.
Sept. 1. at the Doral Beach Hotel.
Rabbi Max Lipschitz officiated at
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Miami Beach, and the granddau.h
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A graduate ci Miami Btach High
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graduate school. Mrs. Levene is
a former teacher in Djde County
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Her husband, a graduate of New
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MRS. PCTtR BIRMOHT
Bermcnt-Weksler
Konni Joy Weksler became the
bride of Peter Leslie Bermont in
a double ring ceremony Sunday.
Sept 1. a: the Doral Country Club.
I r ,'o-eph Narot officiated.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Bernard B. Weksler. 435
Luenga Ave., Carol Gables, gradu
hied with honors from Coral Gables
high Sthcol and the University of
Texas, where she received her B.A.
in political science. Her sorority
was Sliiraa Delta Tau.
The ;-,-com. son of Mrs. William
A Bermont. 609 Cadagua Ave..
Cora! Gables, also graduated from
Cora! Gables Hieh School. He at-
rooms
tended the University of Miami.
and graduated from Texas Cnris-
lian University. Ft. Worth. Tex.,
where he received a B B.A. in
management. A member of the
Air Force Reserve;, he is present-
ly associated with 11. Hentz and
Company.
Given in marriage by her father.
the bride wore a iloor length peau
de soie gown with an Elizabethan
c-ollar and bodice of Venice lace.
Wide bands of lace were repeated
on the peau-flounced sleeves and
long train.
Fhe bride was attended by her
sister. Maria June Weksler. maid
of honor, and Maureen Gail Sara-
sohn. Judith Bermont Greenman
and Audrey Weisser Bermont as
bridesmaids.
The groom's brother. Richard
Bermont, was best man Grooms-
men included Myron Newman,
Ronald Carpel. Robert Greenman.
and Stephen Toby.
Out of town guests included Mr.
j and Mrs. Harold Friedland oi Rv-
! rial. Pa.: Mr. and Mrs. Martin
I'almer of New York City: Mr. and
Mrs. KiKiel Kaplan of Atianta. Ga.;
Mr. and Mrs. If. D. Aberman of
Gary. Ind.: Mr. and Mrs. George
; Rosen of White Plains. N.Y.; Dr.
and Mrs. Harold Schwartz of High-
land Park. III.: Miss .lanene Heller.
ML-s Janis Mazur. and Miss I.ibby
Holland, of Houston. Tex.; Alex
and the Norman Bermants and
' Mrs. Leonard Levine and daughter.
Mrs. iris Jackson, of Chicago, 111.
After an extensive honeymoon
in the East, the couple will make
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Susan F. Rosen and Dr. Clark L
Dreilinger were married Sunday,
Aug. 25. in a candlelight ceremony
in the Algiers Hotel. Miami Beach,
performed hy Rabbi Max Shapiro.
The bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Carl K. Rosen. 4730 SW
3rd St.. Miami: her husband is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Sismund I.
Dreilinger. Long Island. N.Y.
The bride's sister. Lois Rosen,
was maid of honor. Bridesmaids
\ere Ann Davidson. Judy Lessne,
Judy Molbegott. Helen Nash, and
Claire Dreilinger. Best man was
the groom's brother. David Drei-
linger; Robert Dreilinger, Larry
Rosen, Dr. Harvey Bernhardt. Don-
ald Lessne. and Barry Zaretzky
ushered.
The bride is a graduate of Flor-
ida Atlantic University, where she
received her B.A. and M.A. in Edu-
cation. The bridegroom is a gradu-
ate of the University of Louisville
Medical School and is presently in-
terning at Long Island Jewish Hos-
pjtal. The couple will live in Long
Island. NY.
of the groom, was best man. Ush-
ering were Alan Altshuler. brother
of the bride. Neal Alper. Robert
Hersh. Jack Kudelka and Howard
Rosen.
The bride wore a gown of can-
dlelight peau de soie with a fitted
bodice appliqued with Alencon lace
and seed pearls. She carried a cas-
cade of white roses. Her attendants
wore matching pink crepe sheaths
and carried pink and red roses.
Both the bride and groom are
graduates of the University of
Miami, where the groom was a
member of Delta Sigma Pi pro-
fessional business fraternity. He
has a B.A. degree in finance: she
is a business education teacher.
Alter a wedding trip to Nassau,
the couple will live in Miami.
MRS. MICHACL SCHNCIDtR
Schneider-Wruble
Sandra Wniblc and Michael
Schneider were united in marriag
Sunday, Sept. 1. at the Algiers
Hotel.
The bride, the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Theodore Wruble. 1722C
N. Miami Ave.. graduated from
Miami Beach High School and the
University of Miami, and holds a
M.S. degree from Barry College
The bridegroom, whose parents
are Mr. and Mrs. David Schneider
of Tel Aviv. Israel, graduated from
the Milwaukee School of Engineer-
;ng and the University of Miami.
The couple will live in North
Miami Beach.
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*Jef*i$ti Fkridffan
Friday, September 6 :?68
After a three-week fashion tour
of Europe. I'm in a better position
to answer some of the questions
that many of you are asking. One
of the most often-inquired-about
aspects of fashion is the length of
the hemline Mrs. Al Beer is con-
cerned about this for her fall
wardrobe.
We were shown collections in
Paris, Florence. Rome and Ma-
drid, and the hemlines seldom
strayed more than an inch or an
inch and a hall above the knee.
In London the mini and micro-
mini are still very much in fash-
ion, but in no other country did
we see short skirts either in for-
mal collections or worn on the
street.
A< Mrs. Beer knows, it usually
takes the United States a full sea-
son to catch up to the fashion
trend setters of Europe, as our
designers have cut and sold their
fall and winter collections to the
stoic-.
You'll be -ate wearing \a<\
year's hemline for the next few
months, but I'd suggest you check
to see how much hem is turned
under in some of the better
clothe- you'll be buying as it's
reasonably safe to assume that
hemlines will start down.
The maxi length, which ends
about mid-calf, was shown only
on a tew heavy coats worn over
conventional length dresses. All
we can do i- hope this unflatter-
ing length never tries to return
... it was Dior's 'New Look"' at
the end of World War II, tor
those of you whose memory goes
back that far.
Mrs. Richard Fink asked about
Kmilio Pucci's collection which
we saw in the Pucci Palace in
Florence. He had a number of
the vivid prints for which he is
famous, but he al-o showed the
prims in a subdued fashion on
chiffon gowns for evening. They
were cut full, with sleeves cut
into the fabric. They were mod-
eled very rapidly in order to
create a float;ng effect and were
worn over body stockings. The
models did not wear shoes as
the-e gown were shown, but did
wear heavily sequined and jew-
eled head pieces that reminded
one of the Queen Nefertiti era.
Mrs Fink was surprised to
learn that Pucci also had a num-
ber of solid colored ensembles in
his collection. Several knit dMBS
and coat outfits were shown. One
of the reversible coats had a large
self-fabric flower at the back of the
neckline, which was the only indi-
IKE MINYONAII.es
mtmm
3735 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI, HA.
Proudly announces that
CANTOR LEON SEGAL
WILL CONDUCT SERVICES
FOR THE HIGH HOLY DAYS
"A Madam Troditianml Service"
Seats Now Available
mOMBATUY PKICID
CALL:
446-2181 or 667-4808
MAX W. TCMCHIM, rVesidenf
ISADOft KISSUH, Kit. Chairman
cation of the Pucci flair on this
rather orthodox ensemble. The
colors of his knit group were
bright and he had designed shoes
in matching colors to be modeled
with the ensembles. After the
show we visited the Boutique,
where the best buys were the
Pucci ties for men.
Mrs. Martin Hochman was cur-
ious about the clothes in Madrid.
The most impressive collection
was that of Pedro Rodriquez His
clothes were very elegant, beauti-
fully cut with classic smooth
lines, and his gowns were mag-
nificently hand beaded. When we
visited the work rooms we were
shown three large rooms where a
number of women were employed
to do the beading. Rodriguez'
daughter-in-law supervises this
aspect ot the collection and she
creates the designs to be beaded.
We (Old Mrs. Hochman that the
Tiziani collection in Rome and
the Rodriguez collection in Ma- I
drid were two of the most inter-
esting that we saw. In Paris we ,
were taken through the Hermes
workrooms where every piece of i
leather is hand sewn, and they
presented us with a show in which
they combined leather trim and
their famous silk scarves with
wools to create a most elegant
sportswear collection. The Her- |
mes collection was most unique.
Mrs. Arthur Apple was most
interested in color. There didn't
seem to be any dominant color
when the collections were ap-
praised as a whole. In Spain and
Italy there were several pink
items shown, but it seemed more
by coincidence than by design
The shops in these major cities
were al-o visited, and I was sur-
prised to receive an almost drab
feeling about the clothes. Even
walking around the cities, in the !
middle of summer, there were '
none of the bright colors or iced J
pastels with which we are famil-
iar in South Florida.
Black is the one color that does
promise to return in importance ;
to the fashion world. Mrs. Apple I
asked about the cocktail and eve-
ning collections and we told her
thai everyone was showing black, i
It's in the better afternoon and I
evening collections of all the '
showrooms visited, even in Lon- I
don. which still presents quite a I
bit of the Mod look.
C'arnaby Street in London was
the only place where we didn*t
see any black, but perhaps it was
because of the constant parade
of -fashion" on the street. With
the exception of C'arnaby Street.
the rest of Europe presented a I
preview of a return to classic. '
elegant fashion.

TEMPLE BETH TOY

6438 S.W. 8th Street 667-9411
The Small Friendly Conservative Temple
RABBI SIMON APRIL CANTOR SEYMOUR HINKEs
MORRIS J. HARRIS, PRESIDENT
Religious Services, Hebrew and Sunday School.
All Activities. Membership Committee meets
Simdqvs 9 a.m. till noon; Daily from
7 to 8:30 p.m.
DR. ISRAEL KATZ, a settler from
the United States, has been appoint-
ed director of the National Insur-
ance Institute, effective at the be-
ginning of next year, it was an-
nounced here
RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
CANTOR HIRSH MA*CH
Conservative
TEMPLE ZAMORA
"The Friendliest Synagogue in Town'
44 Zamora Avenue, Coral Gables, Florida
Proudly announces that it is accepting applications Far
membership Hebrew School registration now open
. reservations for High Holy Days taken now Da /
Minyan mornings and evenings adult classes For
various courses Sisterhood, Mens Groups. Boy Sc:.i
. Supervised activities for all age levels.
For Information (all 448-7132
SELICHOS SERVICES MIDNIGHT, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 141b,
PRECEDED BY A SOCIAL HOUR, STARTING AT 10 P M.
EVERYONE IS INVITED AND WELCOME.

THE UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW CONGREGATIONS
816 CONGRESS BUILDING RABBI ROBERT P. FRAZIN, Director PHONE 379-4553
Cordially Invites You To Join One Of Its Affiliated
Reform Or Liberal Temples In The Greater Miami Area NOW
Rosh Hashanah Begins Sunday Evening, September 22nd
From the Pedro Rodriquez col-
lection in Madrid, this costume
features waist-defininq jacket,
flared skirt, military epaulet
and the new heel.
TEMPLE
BETH SH010M
The liberaf-Pregressive-ftcf orm
Congregation
mm the Beach
Cordially Invites You to Attend Its
ANNUAL SNOW AND TELL
SERVICE AND
ONEG SHABBAT
ON FRIDAY EVENING
SEPTEMBER 6, at 8:15 P M.
4144 Chase Avenue, Miami Beach
Dr. LEON KRONISH, Rabbi
DAVID CONVISER, Canter
5950 N. Kendall Drive (S.W. 81th St.)
South Miami. Florida SS6-2S36
Cordially Invite* You to Join Its Congregational
Family. Religious Schoo;. Hebrew School,
Nursery School. Adult Education. Youth Group.
RABBI HERBERT M. BAUMGARD, D.H.I.
MICHAEL KYRR Cantor
Adjacent to Coral Gables and Kendall
TEMPLE JUDEA
5SD0 Granada Bavlevard, Coral Gables
'Serving Coral Oablra and South Dade
RABBI MORRIS A. KIPPER
SIDNEY W. LANGER. President
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL YOUTH GROUP
ADULT EDUCATION
For affiliation and information, phone 667-5657
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI
137 N. E. l+h Street
Nerving .ill hi Dade County tori' rears
DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT, Rabbi
JACOB G. DOfiNSTCrN, Cantor
Services every Friday evening at HM o'clock
Mid-week Hebrew Classes: North Miamiat
John F. Kennedy Junior High.
South Miami at University of Miami
Fc Temple Affiliation and Religious School Informs'^"
Call 379-1757
TEMPLE SINAI
The Reform Congregation of North Dade
will hold HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES at
NORTH MIAMI BEACH AUDITORIUM
17010 N. E. 1Sth Avenue
DURING CONSTRUCTION OF ITS NEW
SANCTUARY SOCIAL HALL
For Membership and Religious School
Information, eall 949-3429 or visit
us at 18601 N.E. 22nd Avenue
North MMmi Beach
RAIPH P. KINGSLEY, RABBI
MAURICE A. NEU, CANTOR
KM BETH SHOLOM
"The liberal Congregation on the Bench"
4144 Chase Avenue, Miami Beach
DR LEON KRONISH, RABBI
DAVID CONVISER, CANTOR
INursery School through Confirmation)
Religious School Registration Now in Progress
Call the Temple Office 538-7231
fur [hforrnatlnn roarardlnej
The Beth Sholom Fair Shars Family Plan
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Pridoy. September 6. 1968
+Jewl$ti fk>ridH&n mB
Paqe II B
^
PEOPLES SERVICES
FOR THE COMING
HIGH HOLY DAYS
WILL BE CONDUCTED BY
Rabbi Abba Abrams, D.D.
PROMINENT NEW YORK RABBI, and
Cantor Rabbi Harry Rothman
Sweet Lyric Tenor From Israel
at the
Dl LIDO HOTEL
LINCOLN ROAD and COLLINS AVE.. MIAMI BEACH
TRADITIONAL CONSERVATIVE SERVICE WITH
MIXED and SEPARATE SEATING
ROSH HASHANA SEPT. 23, 24 and
YOM KIPPUR, OCT. 1 and 2
Tickets Obtainable in DiLido Hotel
$6, $10 and $15
NORTH
EROWARD
RESTAURANT md lounge with
finest clientele. N Broward choice
location. French-American cv<
requires experienced restaurateur.
Will sell outright or consider inves-
tor. $?0.000 cash will handle. Call
Mr Van Gulick at I.D.I.C, Miami
944-2351 or Ft. Lauderdale 563-4377
HOLLYWOOD
CUSTOM BUILT ON WATERWAY
2' z BEDROOM. 3 bath pool home.
Exceptionally wide waterfront with
seawall and dock, access to water-
way. Large screened-in pool and
patio area with colorful awnings
and lush landscaping for privacy.
Extra large bedrooms, enormous
wardrobe room. many. many, ex-
tras. A most unusual home. Ask-
ing $37,500. Call Jack Platt Associ-
ate 922-5031. Brand. Moore Realty
2514 Hollywood Blvd. 949-5100
(Miamn.
ATTENTION DOCTORS
LEASE OR RENT
: LARGE MOTEL ROOMS
LOBBY, DINING ROOM
KITCHEN
NEAR BISCAYNE BLVD
vet For Convalescent Home
Good For 50 Guests
or Information 696-2147
EXECUTIVE
HOUSE
BY OWNER
6 BEDROOM
5 Baths, den, foyer, 90x15 family
room dork room, corner acre with
safe pool-patio Palmetto schools
S8'.,50C By Appointment
6400 S.W 129 Terrace
Phone 665-3364
J. S. BLAIN
Over 47 Years Selling Florida
FLORIDA LANDS
INVESTMENTS
SUITE 807
0LYMPIA BUILDING
MIAMI, FLORIDA
TOWN
ANT
RANCH
ACRE
3 BEDROOM, rAMILY ROOM
POOL, FKEPUCE
PIMCREST and PALMETTO SCHOOLS
$42,000
5S25 Suncrest Drive 667-7324
5 ACRES HIGH
PINE-LAND
OUT OF JETSTREAM NOISE
HAVE your own cottage near the
best hunting, fresh and salt water
fishing and investment in So. Fla.
BEAT THE PRICE INCREASE.
$995 total $?5 down $25 month. Also
DISNEY WGttLO AREA
V, ACRES $1,495. $15 down. $15
month, no interest, no taxes. See
for yourself. Stop for Free map.
NOAH HITE BROKER 696-6631
1744 N.W. 95th Street. Miami
APT HOUSE SITE
7th STREET
100x150 SACRIFICE
MUST SELL MY INTEREST
OPEN FOR OFFER
OPPOSITE MIAMI NEWS BLDC
Phone 532-1049
MERITT ISLAND
ACREAGE
NEAR MOON BASE
WEEKDAYS
377-3863.
SEA BREEZE MOTEL
710 S. Dixie Hwy, Hallandale, 18
rooms consisting of 4 apts., 7
hotel rooms. $35,000, $15,000 cash,
owner will take 6 1st mort-
gage on balance. Zoned B-l Marion
T Fischer Realtor, 68S5 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 $44,000.
$24,000 down. Owner will take
Mortgage far Balance
See MARION T. FISCHER REALTOR
6855 Hallandale Beach Blvd.
Miramar Shopping Center
983-3000 Hollywood
ADULTS ONLY
ROLEN LAKES GARDEN
Co-op in Hallandale
OFFERS the resale of one 2 bed-
room and one 1 bedroom Apt. un-
furnished, all electric kitchen, air
cond and carpeted. Full recreation
facilities, large fresh water lake.
Inquire Mr. Faigin at office 714
SW 11 Ave., Hallandale. Office
927 2441, Res 927-2114.
LOVE TO FISH
SKIN DIVE?
SMALL SECURE PROFITABLE
INVESTMENT. BRINGS LIFETIME
FREE FISHING OR SKIN DIVING
IN KEYS OR CARIBBEAN
IDEAL DOCTORS, LAWYERS, PILOTS
Phone 822-5291
SOUTH
MIAMI
HOME
NO AGENTS. Owner welcomes dis-
criminating purchasers interested
in doss to view our lovely 4 bed-
room home, unique Italian marble
fireplace, other extras. C ate I in a
Hi Hi Near schools, 9132 SW 65
Terr. 271-8869. Open Sun. 9 to 5.
WEEKDAYS IV APPOINTMENT
COIN
LAUNDAY
NOT just a coin laundry but a no
risk proven income of $2100
monthly With perfectly operating
nearly new equipment in a
location that assures growth. Call
Owner 634-9105
WANTED
PRIVATE BUYER WANTS
Lots or Rundown Properties
On Miami Beach
Please Call
534-1106
Sale By Owner
18 MODERN 1 bedroom furn apts
Pool, patio, parking. Dadeland area.
$27,000 gross. Over 180 on
$30,000 cash investment plus
amortiiation. Leased with securities.
Principals only. Call owner week-
days only 9-5
Phone 358-1372
4
Sylvia M. Linet
account exccutivc Mutual Fundi
Wxlston Co. Inc.
iMiini or ncw o 'oc tc~o
IOOO) NO*TM(ST lS S'l"
north miami aiACH. FiomoA 33'Cz Municipol
l[ll"HOl 0S-32I
InvoRmont
Bonk.no.
IN
THE
REDLANDS
King siied 4 bedroom 3 bath
home on acre. A real beauty!
$39,900
Coll 247 8900 or 247-3966
Kathleen Newton, Realtor
NORTH CAROLINA
PROPERTY FOR SALE
5 ACRE-VACATION HOMESITES
$1,995. Henderaonvi;rs Asheville
Am B?autiful Mountain. Excel-
lent. Also available: Trout Stream
Site* Only $1,500 Adjoining Na-
tional Forest. Sportsmen's paradise.
Terrifi^ Western N.C. Interested?
Call or write Leon M. Newman.
Realtor, 1809 Ponce. Coral Gables.
Fla. 444-1681 or 448-8?84 anytime tor
Brochures and Easy Terms. Hurry!
SALE OR LEASE
New Factory 32,000 sq. ft 4321
N.E. 12th Terrace, Ft. lauderdale
FEC R.R. siding; sprinklers; 5 over-
head doors; 14 ft. ceilings; 16%
of factory and 9 offices air condi-
tioned. Heavy duty electrical in-
stallation; city water and sewer.
1"2 acre of parking. Rent S2.500
month net. Phone 565-7260 owner
Lelash, North Tradewinds Avenue,
Lauderdale by the Sen Florida.
52.000 SQ. FT. INDUSTRIAL
IDEAL location. 425 Ft. advertis-
ing exposure directly on East West
Xway near Palmetto Connection,
has 286 Ft street frontage on NW
76 Ave. at 8 St. Only 4 blocks from
new Miami Merchandise Mirt. Easy
quick access to Palmetto and East
West Xways. Needs some ground
preparation. Priced as is for $35.-
0C0 Cash or terms.
Hicks Realty Inc., Realtors
Phone 446-2513
5U
S.W. 8th Street
8293
8' It. long and double
hull with safety.
BEFORE you buy a Sailboat come
and see our beautiful dinghy. We
save you up to 60 because we
build them.
CUE CRAFT
6772 N.E. 4th Avenue
Phone 758-3722
1,750 ACRES
WAITING for development. 9 miles
north of St. Augustine between US
1 and new 1-95. Hard to believe, but
only $200 per acre for this choice
Florida Acreage. High pine and
rolling fields. Terms of 20V down.
20 years balance at 6 \ interest. 5
buildings on property including
huge rustic lodge, packing plant
and air strip. Call or write Bob
Guernn new for full information
and illustrated brochure.
KEYES CO. 43rd Year
2260 S. Dixie Hwy Realtors 445-0594
MINIATURE TRAIN
LOCOMOTIVE and 7 cars, teats
125 adults comfortable. Locomotive.
Pacific type. 4-6-2. 24" drive wheel,
air compressor. Pontiac Straight 8
motor, steam whistle: cars wooden
construction. 20' long, 40" wide. 1
"diner." 1 "mail crar." Runs on 24
gage track. Available after Sept. 2.
Call 238-6556 Eves or write Mrs. L.
L. Sargent. 306 East Village Dr..
Miami. Fla. 33157 for further in-
formation. Train now operating m
Crandon Park.
Courteous Complete
24 Hour Service
14 B. RliD, Realtor
575 N.E. 125th Street
North Miami, Florida
Phone 751-1688
THE
LAZARUS
CORPORATION
PERSONALLY CUSTOMIZED
HOMES FOR THE
DISCRIMINATING BUYER
HOMES AT
13800 S.W. 82nd Court
S4C.000 to $50,000
Only 5 north facing ocre sites
remain for exclusive homes in
heart of popular Palmetto District.
DON'T WAIT!
YOUR PLANS OR OURS
$65,000 and UP
665-8239 or 238-4652
S.W 65th Avenue at 114th Street
SOUTH WEST MIAMI
ATTRACTIVE HOUSE
FOR SALE
LARGE POOL 3 BEDROOMS
2 BATHS FLORIDA ROOM
802 S.W. 24th ROAD
CALL FR 3-6134
CORAL GABLES HOME
Mid 20's Furn or Unfurn
2S23 ALHAMBRA CHICLE
2 Bedroom, 1' i bath, 30' Spanish
Loggia beamed ceiling,
Corner Lot 180' Lot Approximately
$6,000 down ST 70 Mo. Pays All
Or Can Assume SI 1,6000 Mtge.
$130 Mo Pays All. Coll
Owner 445 5217
411'FRONTING
ON PONCE
DE LEON BLVD CORAL GABLES
68,000 SO. FT. under roof 2'i
acres land 573' railroad trackage
- strategic location in fast grow-
ing dynamic community.
BY OWNER 635-3211
FALL OCCUPANCY
PARADISE VILLAS
Waterfront Rental Apts. it*
'delusive Golden bits. KifluiMel
Accss from Did limit GoU Course
Ok Idma
In Idioeas FIBH
jijw.....................talk
COMPUTE CIUllOKCt[U
sum. iieiuu room, no private
cm ioom
sciEEhtoiiicturrs
1 IIATID SIMM POOLS
FIEE hmit pammc
DFLBIE KITCHENS DISHWASHEt
>I0AI JOCKS-WIE! ,s155
Jhe Most Value
Anywhere
taw Iran i HtM ot s a m.-i p.m.
1100 li|ii I id,, Cillii lilts, bm.il Hi.'iu I
I" S-np,r Ctitir. Ill lil'i-uit In:>|
liitl. wt*D 6llefH0S.il AIA.
Mianv. Phone 947-0422
Browjrd Phone 921-2502


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Friday, September 6, 1353
Uan Mit^wJt
Marc Osheroff
Harvey Sheldon
Alan Stone
Alan Stone
Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. William
Stone of North Miami Beach, will
observe his Bar Mitzvah Saturday
morning, Sept. 7, at Beth Torah
Synagogue.
Beginning his sixth year in the
Harold Wolk Religious School. Alan
is an eighth grade student at John
F. Kennedy Junior High School.
A reception will be held for Alan
at the Harbor House in Miami
Beach. His grandparents. Mrs.
Flora Stone of Miami Beach and
Mr. and Mrs. I. Rosen of Canton,
Mo., are expected to attend, as
well as his aunt, Mrs. Henry Reich,
and his cousin. Steven Reich.

Harvey Sheldon
Harvey Alan, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Murrav Sheldon, will become
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. Sept.7,
at Temple Emanu-El.
Harvey, who attends the eighth
grade at Nautilus Junior High
School, is a member of the Miami
Beach Junior Golfers Association
at the Bayshore Golf Club.
The celebrant will be honored at
a luncheon in the Cotillion Room
at the Eden Roc Hotel.

Marc Osheroff
Marc Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Osheroff, will become
Btr Mitzvah at Temple Emanu-El
on Saturday. Sept. 7.
Marc is in the eighth grade at
North Miami Junior High School,
where he plays clarinet.
The celebrant will be honored at
a Kiddush in Sirkin Hall immedi-
ately following the worship serv-
ice, and at a reception Saturday
evening at Harbor House South.
Marc's grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs Joseph Osheroff and Mr. and
Mrs. Gil Weitz. will attend the
event.
Richard Hersch
Richard Leslie, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Hersch of 1040 NW |
140th St.. will become Bar Mitzvah I
at Beth Moshe Congregation on
! Saturday. Sept. 7, when he will
conduct the traditional service and
chant the Haftarah.
The Oneg Shabbat Friday eve-
' nirigand Kiddush in Popiel Social
Hall Saturday following the serv-
ices will be sponsored by Richard's
parents in his honor.
A student of the Beth Moshe Re-
ligious School. Richard attends
Thomas Jefferson Junior High
i School, where he plays trumpet in
1 the school band. He is a patrol
\ leader in the Boy Scouts and will
i be getting the Ner Tamid Award
from the Boy Scouts.
Among the friends and relatives
attending a dinner for him Sunday
; at the Royal Hungarian Restaurant
! in Miami Beach will be his grand-
| parents, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Stein-
berg, the Bronx, N.Y., an aunt and
! uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Siegel. Flush-
ing, N.Y., relatives from New Ha-
ven. Conn., and the Bronx, N.Y.,
and cousins Mr. and Mrs. Al Lie-
bert. disc jockey on radio station
WINZ.

Richard Lane
Richard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Marvin Lane of North Miami
, Beach, will observe his Bar Mitz-
i vah Saturday morning, Sept. 7, at
Beth Torah Synagogue.
An eighth grade student at Park-
way Junior High School. Richard
is a Torah student in the Harold
Wolk Religious School at Beth
Torah.
Attending his Bar Mitzvah will I
be h;s grandmother. Mrs. Gussie
Glieksman of Miami Beach.
I
Kenneth Groger
Saturday morning. Sept. 7. Ken-
neth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Groger. 7873 SW 36th St.. will be-
come Bar Mitzvah at Temple Or
Olom.
An eighth grade student at West
Miami Junior High School, Ken-
neth plays clarinet in the school
band.
Mr. and Mrs. Groger will host
the Kiddush Saturday morning fol-
lowing services. A luncheon honor-
ing the celebrant will be held at
the temple Saturday.
Among the guests expected are
Kenneth's maternal grandparents.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kampes. Many
out of town guests are expected to
attend.
*
Joel Tepperber.^
Joel Jay, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Leo Tepperberg, 18745 NW 43rd
Ct,. will become Bar Mitzvah Sat-
urday. Sept. 7. at Agudath Israel
Hebrew Institute. 7801 Carlyle
Ave., Miami Beach.
A reception in honor of the Bar
Mitzvah will be given immediate-
ly after the services by his parents
and grandparents.
Joel, an eighth grade student at
Carol City Junior High School, re-
ceived his Hebrew education at the
religious school of Agudath Israel,
where his grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Tepperberg, have been
active members for a number of
years.
*
Jonathon Jacobi
Jonathon M., son of Mr. and
Mrs. E. Jan Jacobi, will be called
to the Torah as a Bar Mitzvah
Saturday morning, Sept. 7, at Tem-
ple Zion, where his parents have
been members for four years. Mr.
Jacobi is serving his second year
as corresponding secretary.
In the eighth grade at Glades
Junior High School. Jonathon has
been a student at Temple Zion for
the past four years. He was the
recipient of the Presidential phys-
ical fitness award.
The Kiddush following the serv-
ices and a reception at the Kings
Bay Yacht and Country Club will
be hosted by Jonathon's parents in
his honor. His grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Drazen. Scranton.
Pa., are expected to attend.
Steven Daren
S. Hubschman
Steven Dayan
Steven, son of Mr. and Mr*. Jack
Dayan, will be called to the Torah
as a Bar Mitzvah Saturday morn
ng. Sept. 7. at Temple Zion. where
his parents have been members
for nine years.
An eighth grade student at
Ponce de Leon Junior High School.
Steven has been a student at the
Temple Zion Religious School for
the past three years.
Mr and Mrs. Dayan will host
the Kiddush following the services
and a reception at the Dupont
Plaza Hotel in honor of the cele-
brant.
Guests will be attending from
Jacksonville.

Michael Greene
Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs
Wallace Greene, will celebrate his
Bar Mitzvah at the 11 a.m. serv-
ices Saturday. Sept. 7. at Temple
Sinai of North Dade, to be held in
the Washington Federal Audito-
rium. 699 NE 167th St.. North
Miami Beach.
Michael, who attends TemDle
Sinai's Religious School, is in the
eighth grade at Thomas Jefferson
Junior High School. When he was
in the seventh grade, he won a
medal for being the best Civics
student: he was given a scholar-
ship award when he completed the
sixth grade; he has been on the
principal's honor roll as a straight
A student three times and has won
several awards for excellence in
Hebrew.
Michael's grandparents. Mr. and
Mrs. Samuel Greene of Miami
Beach, will be guests at his Bar
Mitzvah.
Steven Hubschman
At 8:45 a.m. Saturday, Sep: 7
m tne Main Sanctuary of Temp
Xer Tamid, Steven David, sun
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hubschnri
1240 NW 172nd St.. will be :;
Mitzvah.
Steven is a student of Ner Ta ;
Religious School and Parkwa.
Junior High School, where he w > 1
the Presidential Award for ph> -
! cal fitness.
A Kiddush following the Mrviees
and a reception Saturday evening
at the Algiers Hotel will be hi-: I
n Steven's honor.
Guests will include Mr. and Mrs
Joseph Steinberger, Miami Beach
paternal aunt and uncle; Mr. and
Mrs. Nathan Kleiner, his aunt an I
uncle, his uncle, Leo Hubschman
! and cousins Norma Hubschman an j
Mrs. Leonard Gershberg, all 0'
Jrcoklyn. NY.
Items Of Interest
By GERALD SCHWARTZ
The high rise building boom in South Florida shows absolutely no
Sign of tapering off. and a matching growth of single familv. commer- '
cial and industrial construction has this area in a virtual'dead heat
with Greater Atlanta for expansion activity.
But the Georgia capital's advantage of not having to share central
city" honors with a Ft. Lauderdale gives Atlanta a single market con-
cept such as the Twin Cities of Minneapolis and St. Paul haveand we
in Dade and Broward Counties don't. This should be an important
project of local businessmen, who already have taken a back seat to j
the Georgia metropolis in a unified approach to the arts, an inter- '
connecting interstate highway system and even in professional sports.

Key roles of Robert Macht and William Singer in the United Fund
assure success of the community's central fund-raising effort, which
deserves to go over the top by an even greater margin than last year.
Many of the UF agencies have greatly accelerated their research pro-
grams in recent months, notably the Papanicolaou Cancer Research
Institute, headed by B. J. Wagner. Past presidents James Albert,
Leonard Wien, J. Gerald Lewis and Leonard Egert are giving Wagner
strong support in a projected expansion program.

Paul Faske is up and around following a serious automobile acci-
dent that sent the chairman of the Mt. Sinai Founders Club and his
wife, Ruth, to the hospital Lum's chairman Clifford Perlman and
Eagle Army-Navy kingpins Artie Kraviti and Will Weintraub and their
wives are hosting a dinner for the YM-YWHA at Westview Country-
Club Sept. 14 The beaming faces of Dr. Irving Lehrman, Rabbi
Alexander Gross and Louit Schwartzman reflect reeord enrolment fig-
ures at Solomon Schechter, Hebrew Academy and Bureau of Jewish
Education religious schools this week. Registration is still open, with
the quality of Hebrew teachers here on a rapid rise Sam Seitlin
and spouse are back from the annual Coral Gables People-to-PeopIe so-
journ to sister city Cartagena, Colombia. They also took in Bogota and
Curacao Judge Milton A. Friedman addresses Temple Beth Am's
Singles Club Sept. 10 ... An exhibition of sculpture, water colors, oils
and acrylics by three of Greater Miami's finest artists in these fields
May Messer, Samuel Goldberg and Sally Leo Sapiro, will open Monday
at the Bacardi Art Gallery, 2100 Biscayne Blvd.
JHi
lami ^conservatory
Of
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5818 SW 73rd St.
ANNOUNCES
PRE-SCHOOL CLASSES
KINDERGARTEN
FIRST GRADE
Far information ana* enrollment, eaN
weekdays between 10 A.M. and 4 tM.:
758-2825
PROF. ELIZABETH CASPARI, Directotor of Education
KATHRYN BENNETT, (Directress, C. M. T.)
THE MIAMI MONTESSORI INSTITUTE
17B N.E. ttth Street
Miami, Florida 33131 _______
I BET YOU
DIDN'T KNOW
By FRED SANDIER
I Voting football lout may not
knew and alder fans may bev
fergettea thai in the old
days at football, anlike today,
I the passer ea a team arcs mat
, the quarterback afar* the
1 formation became popular,
the passing was almost always
done by a halfback ... la tact
ea many fearns, the quarterback
never ran or even handled the
ball They were used at
Mockers That seems strange
today doesn't it?.
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."
A former President of the U.S.
was once a football coach at e
major cof'eae Can yoe
auess which President it was?
. Answer is Woodrow Wilson
... He helped coach foofhall
at Princeton in the late 7 830 i
Has Alabama's football coach
Bear Bryant ever had a losing
season? He's been a heed
coach new every year since 1945
and in all these years, he's had
fust one losing season .
That was at Texas A M In
'954 when his team won only
one game and last nine.
I Name
Address
I
FRED A. SANDIER
METROPOLITAN INSURANCE
CONSULTANT SINCE 1929
Member National Association ef
Life Underwriters.
59S Biltmere Way, Coral Gables
Phone: 444-7101
cs
MetropoTftanLfe
am wo.o.%


Friday, September 6, 1968
* Pnisl ftorkOSui
Page 13-B
Women's American ORT Launching
/ Fail Progrvp At Ch
ipler
i
. ol Settl heasl
I Women's A
v. [] aunch ilir
at the f:r-t meeting; o:'
scheduled during Sep-
; Fine Tree Chapter on
I W ( -t Ave.

A- antic Shores Chapter meets
r luncheon at the home
Rubin Rubin, president.
Bav Chapter will meet at noon
a! the King Cole Apart-
- 9 J Bay Dr.. Miami Beach.
*
C'ever'eaf Chapter will hear Mrs
Pechenik. guesl speaker
' ; r Monday at Unified
NE 23 rd Ave.
Cera' tables Chapter meets a:
" dne day at the h ime of
> xter. Evelyn Blackman
est -peaker.
* *
North Dade Chapter meet- at
m. Wednesday at Washing
| It ral Auditorium. 693 NE
" S; A skit on ORT education
i presented.
*
Nc'h Miami Chapter meets at
in Washington Federal Audito-
rium, 699 NE 167th St. Guest
kei will be Mrs. Leonard Pe
chenik.
*
Election of officers will take
e at the meeting of Ocean Har-
bor Chapter at noon Tuesday in
i!u Red Carpet Room. Harbor
Houst Mrs Harry Rosenblatt is
guest speaker.
* *
Mayor Harvey Reuven will in-
stall new officers at the meeting
G-c.ater Miami Chapter meets
Card :. iom oi thi Tropics He-
el i uesday at l p.m.
*
.Elation of officers will take
place al the meeting of Greynolds
.Jark Cnap^er Tuesday at Bea Mor-
S Mousetrap. Installing officer
will be Mrs. Harold Schneider.

Mrs. V.'.i Kahn will be guest
peaxer al the meeting of the Hoi-
ywood Chapter Wednesday at the
Home Federal Building. Young
circle. Hoilj Aood.
Mrs. i'. rei te Kupperman will
n ill new of.icers of the is'and-
' Ch-or.r, ai .,.- meeting Tues-
.ay ... ...,; lor House South.
Jade Winds Chapter meets at
) in Tuesday in the Recreation
. with Mrs. Leonard Pechenik
i- guest speaker.
* *
A documentary record in Eng-
. ish of "The City of Jerusalem"
| will h ghiight the meeting of the
Point E i-; Chapter at 10 a.m. Tues-
lay in the Arts and Crafts Room.
Irs. Eli Kahn is guest speaker.
* *
Treasure Isle Chapter will meet
it noon Tuesday at Tony's Fish
Market.
* *
Mrs. Louis Baron will be guest
peaker at Biscayne Chapter's noon
ne ng Thursday. Sept. 12. in the
io;ith Buiid;ng. Forte Towers.
ladies...
AteyeaTto
SpemiU/e*uw?
TRY BOWLING
tottm \, Airport lines
presents its new
Mon. Morning Ladies League
TROPHIES & BLOUSES FREE]
(by our sponsor)
ORGANIZATION MEETING "O""'
J*l I O ^ ~ BRING A FRIEND. I Sf
V Sept. 9th 9:30 a.m. IV
FREE SUPERVISED NURSERY FACILITIES
If you don't know how to bowl, you can enroll in one of our Learn To Dowl
classes. For more information call: Lucy Sosby, Airport Lanes, 1850 N.W.
42 Avenue, 633-0545.

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is SOW at the
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MEETINGS
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VARIETY Of
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9387 MtUER ROAD
New Studio Restaurant
LUXURIOUS DINING
ELEGANT FRENCH CUISINE
For Something New and Different in Cur Miarr.i Area
2340 S.W. 32nd Ave. 443-2536
Make Your Reservations Before Going To The Theatre
UrJer Rebb.'m'coJ Supervision
mCAUZING IN HOME CATERING
AN3H0TEll"iR.C
866-6226
A\SWF $66-5271
It No Ai5V.e- D.al Above N
12<6 NOPVA\Dv DR.. MB.
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EST. 1939
OPE\ FOR LUKCH
POO N \V. 7th AYEN'L'E
Phone 379-7661
LUNCHEON from 85c
StRVID FROM 1 I|4S AM.
DINNER from $2.35
79- 5T CAUSEWAY MIAMI BEACH 865 86t;
KEY WEST #1 DUVAl ST. 196 8558
FT. LAUD. 17th ST. CAUSEWAY 525 6341
TONY'S FISH MARKET RESTAURANTS
AMPLI PARKINO SCI ON IIHIM S
Now Open
GILDED
DRAGON
(Formerly Won'*)
CHINESE FOOD
CANTONESE SPECIALTIES
AMERICAN FOOD
601 Washington Ave. Phone 531-9984
Hours- 11:30A.M. to 11:00 P.M.
HOST GEORGE SAM
old corner, new name and manager
4K
fArf!
50
JAPAN0E1
-HOUSE
p.;rno Sirloin $tf*k .
Served Japanese Sfyt*
Excitinql
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Visit Our New Cocktail lounge
EL ItATimtO SPANISH RLSTAURANT
Specially of the House "PAEUA VALENCIANA"
Open 11:30 A.M. Til 11 P.M. Daily
2322 N.W. 7th STREET, MIAMI Phone NE 3-9496
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'8393 BIND ROAD. MIAMI Phones 226-1744, 2219096, 226-4031


Paqe 14-B
*Jewisti ncrkJiam
Fridav. Seotember 6. 1368
Falk Schlesinger,
Hospital Director,
Dies In Jerusalem
Word was received here this
week of the death in Jerusalem of
Dr. Falk Schlesinger. medical di-
rector Of Shaare Zedek Hospital in
the Israel capital. He was 72.
Born in Hamburg, Germany. Dr.
Schlosiftger specialized in internal
medicine and surgery, and headed
a private hospital in Berlin.
In 15*33 when the Nazis came to
power, he left lor Palestine, where
he engaged in private practice In
Jerusalem. In 1949. he was ap-
pointed Medical Director of the
Shaare Zedek Hospital, the oldest
>;tal in Jerusalem, succeeding
Dr. Moahe Wallach, the hospital's
first medical director. Under his
leader-hip the ho.spital became one
the leading raed al renters in
th) Middle K -'
Dr Schlesinger was the founder
of the Horeb School in Jerusalem.
which he served as president until
hi- d

LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
DR, FALK SCHUSINCCR
RATTHAUS
Collins Avi
I :. \ 'It:.
un SI i
it,.- past
i lyn. N Y
Mr* Rnithaus -ui ved bj h< r
U-l>. :,' I A I : H ':..t-
i; i ;.. .i ilnUKhu r
H rj S IS mlrHl Schwnrtat >!'
ulsters Mm .i ..i i :i -111111-
klyn. N V Mrs 1.111 nil
i ;... !. i \' Y 7 Bra .1*1 -
.,. | I !-
hi i .- ii i nl M laml, Mrs
of SI l-ouls, M
. m I and David Hal thaus nl
I mil her great gi I
r< n i liana Provder nf Si Log
Michael Alan Schwarti of Miami '
<. r\ '< ea M.i. held Sunday al Oordoi
,i Hume, nil Intermi nl In
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 79778-C
In l:K; Male of
A v S A TMOCK
Deceafed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah Creditors and All Persons
ii.. films ,.i Demands Against
Bald Batata:
mil ... ..r-hy notified and required
lo preactll any claims ;iml demands
vxtiiili you may have Against iho
.-llil. of ANNA TROTH deceased
late of Dade County, Florida, to the
County Judgea of Dade County, ami
fit*- ill,- name iii duplicate and an
provided m Section 733.16, Florida
Statute", in their offices In the County
Courthouae 111 Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
tlfne nl Hi. i:i-i publication hereof,
or ill,- name \\ ill be haired
Dnled ;u Miami, Florida,
da) nf August, a 11 196(1
HIVING TRUCK
As Administrator
i 'uin Tealami nto Annexn
First puhlii a lion nf this null
the 6th day of September, IMS,
CLAI HI-: I. BICHEL
Attornej for
Administrator i 'TA
19 VTi -i FluglerSt .Miami.Fla
this 29th
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE 18 HEREBY UIVBN thai
the undersigned, dealring to engage
in busllleaa under the fictitious name
of WII.I.IA.M .1 OOLDWORN :,l |(M
Coral Way, Miami, Florida ::3i *r. In-
tends in register aald name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
WII.I.IA.M .1. OOlJlvVORN P \
A Profesatonal Service Ctirporalion
BY WII.I.IA.M .1 <;< H.HW'i H!.\.
I'ri-siil,-iil
v |0 'i 6-13-26
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (1IVE.N lhal
the undersigned, dealring to engage
in business under 111 fictitious name
,.f FI.BET\VCH)D APARTMENTS al
T^i 7:: l Hlltmore Way, Coral flables,
I i;i,i,. County, Florida It.....ds to regisl-
.1 said ii.un. with the Clerk of the
Clrcuil Court nf Dade County, Florida
SIDNEY HASKOK
721 7::i Itiltmore Way
Coral UalileK, Florida
M ARTI v s S 'HWAKTZ
aiii.i in> for
Sll >NB\ H ASK' '!:. l in r
. II .
CaPT. GAD MANILA
Funeral Home, itn intermeni in,
iii.- family plot ui Ml Nebo Ceme- f* a I *P a
),arty., ci rdidri icrrorisTs
Kill Israeli Hero, 22
home
-mi s \v
17 Street
LAMARRE
Mrs. in in-. II, "f Shawinigan,
Canada. Mrs Ijtmarn is sister
,.f Mr- Edward (Tarry) Newman
..f m ii She la also survived by her
husband Ferdinand: her daughter
Denis*: 5 brother* and I other sis-
ters :ill nf Shnwlnii'an Services and
termenl In Bhawlnlgun on Thurs-
l:iv. for further details phone New-
Mini Funeral Home
LEGAL NOT'CE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES
COURT IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 79858
In RE Estate ..f
MI'RRAY BLAB,
I leceweeri
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.- All Creditors "I All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You in'- herehj notified and requir-
ed lo present an) -lainis anil demands
win,-)! von ui \ nave against the
estate of MURRAY l-.I.AS. deeeaaed
Inte nf Dade County. rWraa, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the sama In duplicate and a. pm-
vlded in Beclfcni 7:i:t l. Florida Sta-
tuii-s. iii their offices In the County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months fnirn th*
first publication her,' will be barred
imii-il :il Miami. Flnrii'ii. this 4tli
day "f Beptembar, -\.n. 19.
MKI.nA III.AS.
As Kxii-ulrix
first publication "f rfils notice "n
th^ *ih day ( September, I9i*.
<;kiH':i:iii hki'.t
Ailiirn, y for Ex.-,-ulrlx
Suiie S8,
< mi- I.tin uin Road HMk.
Miami Beach, Fla. 38139 _
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 88-12663 tDuVal)
In re: Adoption of
AI.I.KN KIRK
A Minor
by
VINCENT T NICHOLAS
and PATRICIA NICHl il-AS,
Petitioners
in At.I BN KIRK, BR
You, Al.l.l'A' KIRK, Sr
1,N IM.lilu .1 llllll :.....Iliptlon I.....
. ding in ill' abovi stj led u i
......urn' need, and | ou at e
,, ,,!,, ,| .. I \. ., copj "I \"in
x ......r Pleading In 'I i P< I....."
for Adopt I.......i the t
lorn, x. SHEN'IN, ttooD.M v \ ,v
Hi il.T/.M AN'. 3 l Si I" '' I I
Miami, I' 'i -
\,,v.. pr at l 'leading In 11 nffl
it,, Clerk n( the i ii un
l ,,,., i ii, i.i,. i
If x i,u fall In do so, |udgm< nl l>> di
fault IU be taket nu foi
the relief demanded In the Petition
This notice nhall le published .....
each week for four ------ui
in Til 13 .1 BW I8H I'l' iRH 'IAN'
Imixi-: AND DRDERBT) nl Miami,
Florida, ibis till day of September,
1968
K i: l BATHERMAN, I'lerk
i 'Ircuil "ourt, l lade < 'ounl)
By: N' A HBWBTT
Deputy <1<-rk
SIIK.VIN", il'M IDMAN A
IK il.TZ.MAN
14.; (4,ybo|il lluildhlg
Mi.-,mi. Florida 331SS
By: Ai.VIN .iCM.D.MAN |#J|
TEL AVIV The tragic death
in Israel ot Capt. Gad Manela. a
nephew of Joseph P. Zuckerman of
Miami Beach, was reported here
this week. Capt. Manela. 22. one of
the youngest Israeli officers of his
rank, was killed during a clash
with El Fatah terrorists.
Born in Kibbutz Tel Yitzhak.
Capt. Manela had been decorated
for bravery during the Israeli at-
tack on Karameh. in Jordan, ear-
lier this year. During this attack,
he was wounded by shrapnel and
required hospitalization.
Capt. Manela was killed in a
clash with terrorists in the hills of
North Jericho. He was buried in
Kibbutz Tel Yitzhak, not far from
the home of his parents, Dave and
Genia Manela.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 20722
Acts ot 1941
File No. 68-A-266
NOTICE IS 1IERKKY (1IVEN Lhal
ItK.v BUSKIN, holder of County Tai
Bale Certificates numbered il-sii", ii".,i
and s*M lamed the I si day of June
ai> i!'M. has fiiiii same in my office,
and h;is made application for a tax
dei it in be issued tiii'i-,'1,.1. Said cer-
tificates embrace ih>- following des-
cribed property in the County of Dade,
State of Florida, to wit:
l.oi M lil.iiU 1-, Kulford Hlghlailda
l-i Add Plal Hook 'i Page M
in the County of Dade, State
f Florida, as embraced In Cer-
tificate No. 1290, The assessment
of said property under thi said
certificate issued xx.is In Ihe name
of Jack Levlne.
l.oi ::i till., k I*, Fulford 'lliuli-
lands Isi Add Plal Rook H P ige
the County of I hide, -
ot Floi Ida embi a< '-'t In Ci
Mo 1291 The n m< tl "i
a idi r iii' .,hi
ii in iii.- ii.,in. .-i
Jack l..> i
\V of SW, of Nl-:1, of SW I,,
H Ti I ,- -- H1
\. ~
Ii -. in -ti. i ii
I lade, Sti.....I Florida, en
, ,1 ii i '- \,, ,:-::
-iii'-ni of -aid property under
Ihe said i Iflcate issuetl a ;,--
In tlo n.i in- ol llarnej i. Kaskhi,
, i .,t
i nl.-- said certificate* shall bi re-
deemed according lo law, the propertj
described herein will sold i" the
highi l bidder al the Courl House
door on th* flral m.....las In Ihe
month of October a i> I9W, which
is the Ttli day of October \ 11 IMI
Dated tliis 4th day of September
A Ii 1968
E H LBATHERJIAN
< llerk Clrculi Court,
Dade Count]', Florida
By: P k ifi.nsTHAND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Courl Mai)
f/C-ll-tt-21
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File No. 68-A-295
Chapter 20/22 Acts of 1941
NOTICE is HEKEin UIVBN that
HEN liOSKIN holder of Cll> "I Miami
l.i. i Sale rt ifii ati No i" i --in il
i M..'- .ah i:".:. has
filed sam my offici (I has made
Ion fur a lax rli d to In issui d
i -. s -i Certlficati i-mln
1 ig -i, -, rit,, ,1 property In
,i i, 13 .i i. ,.i. Slati nl i"
lo-wll
I...i 7 Royal Poll Pai
I Pwti
of Miami, Count) nf Dade, --
Floi Ida.
This deed u ill be Issued -iil-i-
all olhel Ills! 'it di lllK|Ui ''
t) taxes and i I
The :---.--no lit ol l propel I >
under (hi said certificate ^^,- In llie
n un, nf Mrs Florence \\ Mai
i i i llflcate shall he n
rlei in. I ......"drag lo law Ihe propi i '
1 i ,d herein \\ ill he -.-Id to t he
highest bidder al Ihe Courthouse door
..ii ihe Mi-.-i Mondn) In tlo month of
i i, i, I., -. l os. in, ti is ilo Till dn>
.-i .....her, 19*
Dated tin- I'll day of September.
1968
R R I BATHERMAN.
Clerk nf Circuit Court,
I lade County, Florida
B) p F, m*l DSTRAND
Ii.-miiy Clerk
(Clrculi '"im Seal)
'. 6-13-20-21
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DCED
File No. 68-A-302
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
NOTICE IS HEREBY UlVKK tbnl
BENJAMIN ROSKIN holder of City
nf Hlaleah Tux Siil- C-rtlfi.at. No
::r. Issued the Mth day ..f May, A.l>
I'll'.'., has filed same in my office, gnd
lias made gfipHogtlon for a tan deed
in he issued thereon Said Certificate
embraces the following neacrihed
property In ihe County of Dade, State
of Florida, to-wlt:
!...i i; Block '. Fifth Ad.hi T"
Town of Hlaleah, I'tai Book 7
Pag- M. Section IK, Township .".:'.
Snath Range n East, i > the City
"f Hlaleah, County "f Dud-. State
of Florida.
This deed will be lssu-d subject in
all other outstanding dritnqw "'
County taxes and Hens.
The ass-ssin-ni nf -aid property
under th- said certificate was in the
name of Heirs nl l.nw of Btella Miller
int.-- said certificate shall I- re-
deemed according to law, the properly
described herein will he sold to the
highest bidder nl Ihe Courthouse door
mi Hi- first Monday I" the Month of
October, I96R. which is ihe 7ih day
of October, ISM
Dated this -nh day of September.
1968
E B. LKATHERMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
By: P. F OI'LDSTRAND
Deputy lork
|i 'Ircuil Courl Seal)
: 8-lS-ja-SI
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\i ii'l< 'I-: is HEREBY ':i\ BN lhal
iin uii.li rslgned, .1, siring In
III i.usin.-- under thi rictlthius num.
ABEL HARDEN APARTMENTS
,,i 11 Island Avenue, lt< lie Isle, Miami
lieach, Floi Idit intend in '
said name nh ihe 'i, i k of Ihi "Ii -
cull i un :......'-u t-
ItlCHART) .1 VBBI TRI ST
I'.i alii. I' \l" I
I leal I'lct I I is
MYERS, KA II \N .v C' IRTBR
' -
' ill S W I si Street M.....ll I"..
!i .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIHCLIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION NO 68-13612
NOTICE OF SUIT OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
UN DA RATTBT.
\ -
ti UI.EV JORDAN It VTTET,
Lint
|'i ill 'RLEY J( IR1 'A N It VTTET
. .. Shoe King
. Washington Sti
Boston, Masi
MU HI'RLEY .11 HID \\ It VTTET
are hereby notified thnl H Hill of Com-
plaint I"i I livon Iii- liei ii filed
ngainsl you, and you an lo servi h
cop) of your Answer or Pleading lo
ihe Bill ol Complaint .....he Plnl itlff"s
Attorney, UI'N'.V and JOHNSON, 116
Risen) tie Building, 19 w esl Flagli r
stii Miami, Florida 131.10, and file
ih- original Answer or Pleading In the
office of ih- Clerk "t the Circuit
Courl on or before the tiih day of
October, 1968, If you fall lo do so,
Judtm-m by default "ill lie taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the itill of Complaint.
This noli shall be published once
ea-h week for foW consecutive weeks
In TUB JEWISH Fl." HIIIHAN.
I MINE and ORDERED al Miami,
Florida. Illis till da) of September,
I96H
E Ii LBATHERMAN
Clerk, 'ircuil Court
I lull- i 'nunty. Florida
R) N A HEWETT
I leputy 'lerk
(Clrculi 'ourl Senli
IHNN and .1" IH.NS" l.N
416 lils.iiyii- Building
Miami. Florida HSlln
Ai imiii. > for Pin miii I
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF ~-,c '
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC T
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OA^E
COUNTY.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
No. 68-12309
ACTION FOR DIVORC
ANNIE Hi 'PKINB,
Plaintiff,
vs.
i iSCEH II" 'PKINB,
Defendant.
T.....BCER IH IPKINB
41SG Ii, linai lll\ d
Si. I.ouis. Mo. 6.1IUS
You, OUTER HOPKINS, u
h) notified thai an action foi
has been filed .main-- you, .,
are required lo serve n mm ,,
Answer or Pleading lo ihe
Complaint on Ihe Plaintiffs ui
AINSLEE It FBRDIE, 231.1 .-
Jeune ltd Coral Gables, Floi 1*1
and file ih- original Answi r m
Ing in thi ..t'n oi ii,. ci. ii.
i 'ii ult Court "" "i 1.-1..1
da) of Sept 1968 It ) "ii fail
ludgmenl b) di Fault ill I"
l.ini-i \ui for ih- ri lief di
in the action
This notice shall publlsl
each week '. four nsei utn
In THE JEM ISH FI.ORIDIAN
DONE AN IMiRDERED
Florida, lhl 12th da) 1 Augu
t: R I.EATHERM VN t
,'n a.- i u- Dadi -Mni v i
B) I. s 11. PIETRi I
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Of
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC '
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
Nn. 68- 12187
SUIT FOP DIVORCE
V JIM \l\ HI'RT,
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Tl I I.ORBNB 111' ItT
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North 'arolitiii
You I I IRENE IH RT
I '. bei n fill d at
-i o servi
... ciiur Viiswi or Pli .nil
. f i '..in. the Plailltlff'l
MILTON \ FRIED.M VN. 11
.1, v Hullil u kl ami. Florida
ill- original Vnsw it oi Pleadins In
office "I Ihe Clerk nl lh< Cln-u
,-,,,-i nn ..i Iw fr< 'lo 19th da)
ml,, | ., > If u.ii fall '
ludgmenl Ii) default "'II '"
il-.i lust > -.ii for Ihe refli f di
ui ih. Bill "f Complaint,
Thi- notice shall be publishi
-a.h week tor four consccutlvi
in THE JEWISH Fl UBIDIAN
1 ii INE AND IRDERED al
Florida, ihi- sit, da) of Augu* *
1968
R R I.EATHBRMAN, '
Clrculi Court. Dade Count). !' i
By: K M l.VMAN
t leputy 't-rk
(Circuit Conn Seal i
MILTON A. FRHBDM *N
1111 Ainsl, y Building
Miami. Florida
Attorni foi Plaini Iff
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 80286-A
In RE: Estate of
un'is I'.ci-ii.
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hay-
ling claims or Demands Agalnal Said
Estate:
You are hereb) notified and requir-
ed io presenl any claims and demand*
which you may have against the
estate of LOUIS BI'TH deceased late
,,f iia.1- County. Florida, io ih- Count)
Judges of Dade County, and file the
Kami in dunllcate :. id ns provided |
in Section 733 16, Florida Statutea, Ii
heir offices In Ihe County Courthou
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE
OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
To ALL TO WHOM THESE PRE-
SENTS SHALL COME, GREETINGS:
Whereas LEONARD I' CANTOR,
Opa I..., l,a. Florida: HARRY CANTOR,
Miami. Florida; .1 ': WEI.NER. Miami.
Florida did on (he llih da) of March.
All I9S9 cause lo Ii- in.orimrat-d
under Ihe laws of ihe State of Florida
OPA l.iiCKA MEDICAL CLINIC,
INC a corporation, with iis principal
place of business nl OPA l.in'KA,
DADE COUNTY in the State of Flo-
rida, ami whereas such corporation
did ..a the .'Till day of August. AH
1968, cause to i filed in the office of
Ihi Secretary of State of the State of
Florida, ih- documentary authority
under Section 668.27, Florida Statutea,
showing th- dlaaolutl......f auch cor-
poration
Now. therefore, the Secretary of
State does hereb) cert If) to th. fore-
going and linn he is satisfied thai
th,
the requirements ,f
been compiled with.
IN WITNESS WHEROF, I
hereunto set m\ hand and
law have
i.rriv.
of Eli
tlii-
l".t:\
I th- tlreal Seal of tha
rlda, ni Tallahassee, Ihe C
the 27th 'lay nf August,
Ti i.M All A.MS
Secretary of state
have
have
Slate
ipital,
A I)
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COLRT
IN AND FOR DADE COUN's.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 79973-C
in RE Estate of
.Mlti IRA APARICU'
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Perse Hie -
Ing Claims or Demands Against S
Estate:
You in- hereby notified and requi'
-d to present nn) claims and demain
which you ma) ha\ against 'I >
un- of Al'RORA A PA HICK l di
late of 1 lade Count). Florida, lo tin
County Judges ol Dudi Count)
file III- -am- in duplicate Mid as t"
Vlded in Section 733 16. Florid:, SI:
lutes .in their offices in Ihi Count'
Courthouse in Dad. County, Florid
union -ix calendar months from il-
time of tli- first publication here"'.
or ih- same will be barred
Dated at .Miami. Florida,
ilay of August, A li 1968
SEROII i APAR1TK '
V- Adlilinislratoi
Firsi publication of this
111- 16th day ..I August, 1968
OR< IVER, i'IMKN'T
W BIN ST BIN ST VI'HBR
Attorneys for Administrator
42" Lin-olii Road
Miami Beuch, Florid,, 33138
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calendar months from Ihe lime
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f Sent, mhi IH68
KENNETH M MYERS
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11 h First Street
\i laml Florida ..... ,.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBREB1 (3IVEN thai
ih. undei in l.ii-ln--- Under ih- fictitious unmi
of KBVOE CORNER al 7742-7711
Hymn Avenue, .Miami Reach, Florida
Intend to register said name with the
i '|. i-k of the Clrculi Courl of Dade
CoVilty, Florida
JACK 7. KBVOE
I.II I.IAN E KEVOB
FRISHMAN & FBIN
Attorneys for Jack Z. Kevoe
4l'm l.lni-oin Ko.,,1.
! Miami Beach. Fla.
I I 11-24-37
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 77610-B
III RE list '. of
Rt ISE i' VTH BRIN E N( >BI.E
I i.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I Creditot Pel II.iv -
in- ot Demands Against Bald
' i nn In n Ii) not Ifii
. -t I-- in -.-1 nt un) -la ii.- ii .id d--
i......I- which v-.u may have against
Ihi .-I..I- .! ROSE CATHERINE
VOHLE deci ised late ol I Hide County,
io ih- Count) Judges nf Dade County,
..t .,- provided in .-- 16 Florida
Statutes, in lheir office* In Ihe County
Courthouae In Dadi Count), Florida
within slat calendar months from ihe
time of ih- first publication hereof,
or the same ill be barred
l mi-.i ai Miami, Floi da, thi
da) of August, All 1968
A JAY CR18TOL
A- Administrator
Flral publlcal.......i this noil
ih. '.-ill day of August, 1'".-
i 'RISTl ii H R( ISE
Attorney for Administrator
::i .vi. i-'iist Avenue
Miami. Florida ...n.'.i
I 3.....1-13-2U
26th
on
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR OAOE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 68 12146
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
NORMAN THEBL.
Plaintiff
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MARK IN v\ i INN K I'll BEL,
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N .-ii MARK IN U' i.NNE
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for I llvorce has Im en fill il
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i op) of your Answ r -r Pli nl
i he i 'omplainl for Im.....
Plnintifl mi...... KONAI.Ii
DAVIS, I-:-m 417 i: lit
int.- 19 VV. Flagler Strei
Floi Ida I'd.....
fil- ih. oi iglnal in--- -r or Pli
f Ihe t 'lerk of the '" "
Conn mi oi Ihe 17th
Bepti n...... -.-- it you fall K
ludgmenl h) default will la tak<
agalnal | --u tor I he retlei '
in ih- Bill ..i Complaint
This not..... shall lie publishi
each week for four consecutive wc in THE JEW ISH FIAJRIDIAN
DONE AND ORPERBD nl Minn".
Florida, this Mh day of August A i>
IMI
I-: It LBATHERMAN, Ck rk
cireuii Court. Had- County, Flonda
Hy: K l. l.VMAN'
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal) ^^ f/<


Fndcy, September 6, 1968
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Paqe 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE B> PUBLICATION
HE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
.'V'ENTH JUOICIAL CIRCUIT
LORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68.12313
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I | i| IN \ MARKOFF,
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MVHKOFF
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- Apt. I>-14
..llalll
. |{i iSE MARK' IFF
Hudson View Estate
Pt-ekskill. New Vork
HOSE MARKOPF, nra hereby
.,1 thai .'i Bill of l'ninplai'nt for
.., i,;i- been filed against you.
i you are required to nerwa ,i copy
i..iir Answer or Pleading to tha
f Complaint ..n the I'lui.....Ts
ri .sF.ru W MALEK. BRQ .
..in Road Suite ">'i. Miami
Florida and file (he original
, (>| pleading In the office of
, of the "Trcuit Courl on or
.. in< isth daj of September,
... If m.u fall l 'I" ko, Judgemefll
Hi III h taken again.-' you
,. den anded In the Bill
. .,. in he publish! n
..,, fou i .- hum weeks
K JEWISH FLORIDIAN
m; wiii':: iBRBD iii Miami,
!,.- 12th daj "i August, A I'
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 79863

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f>t TRQpicANA .M'TH .ii Moi Bta-
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the undersigned, dealrlng
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 80159-A
In RE K
I'I HKKXfK I' w BRNER
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All P
Having i'.anus or Demands Againsl
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present an) claims and demands
which you may have againsl tha
estate of FLORENCE I' WERNER
deceased lati "i Dade County, Florida,
in the Count) Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section TSS.16, Finn.la
Statutes, in their offices In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within si\ calendar months from the
time of the fir.-i publication hereof,
or the same will be barred,
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 2Jrd
da) ui August, A K I!"'.*
VIRGINIA M. i-I.l III-:
As Adminlstrarix
Flral publication of this notli on
tin 30th iai of August, l68.
MORTIMER S COHEN
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IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
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Friday. September 6 '.-"3
TOP U.S.CHOICE-WESTERN- U. S. GOV'T. INSP. U. S GOV'T. GRADED
DELMONICO
BONELESS
STEAKS
RIB STEAKS **, ^'99'
CHUCK STEAKS 59
CALIF. ROAST 79
CROSSRIB ROAST 99
GROUND CHUCK 79
GRADE 'A'- GA FLA -FRESH ICED
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BREASTS r.X,THIGHS
DRUMSTICKS.....lb.,
WINGS LR.33C LIVERS LR.69C
BACKS STRIPPED NECKS.....LB. 9*
FOOD
FAIR
FEATURES EFFECTIVE THRU SAT SEPT 7
AT ALL FOOD FAIR AND FREDERICKS STORES
Excluding Kosher Markets
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SAVE MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS
YOUR Free Bonus fh eoch o^'cpcse.
TCP U S CHCICE BONELESS BRISKETS
CORNED
BEEF
bb SKIbKt I 3
69
69
TOP QUALITY NEW CROP ^J^ZOCf ^^^ ^^^ ^^^
GRAPES 2 39
19c
79c
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R.qh's
Reserved
Haddock Fillet
Halibut Steaks ................. 69c
FROZEN FOODS SALE!
Frozen Coffee Rich
Frozen Orange Juice
SAVE : FOOD FA '--: REAI NG
5 89'
GARDEN FRESH RED RIPE
SALAD SIZE TOMATOES
U S NO. 1 WASHINGTON STATE GARDEN Hi
RUSSET POTATOES 10
GARDEN FRESH -^ ^^ -^
CRISP CELERY HEARTS 3 39
SAVE UP TO 30c
.TRAV
-LB.
BAG
Frozen Meat Pies D = KEN TURKE!
SAVE FOOO R FROZEN -
Vegetables 4
Meat Dinners 2 79
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Frozen Potatoes
SAVE 6c FOOD'AIR naT_,Ra. S.CED oz ^|jc
Swiss Cheese '
FOOD FAIR PKC. OFS
Asst'd. Cup Cakes 39
HEW FROM F000 FAIR! pRG
Cherry Strodel of 39
REV FROM FOOD FAIR!. EUROPEAN
Jewish Rye-----loaf
ALL BAKERY PRODUCTS ARE MADE WITH
PURE VEGETABLE SHORTERIRG
OUART
JAR
FYRE TASTE
Salad Dressing jar 25
UBRT ORE JAR. EITHER BRAND. PLEASE.
WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF .SI OR MORE
EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
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AVAIL AB.E AT STORES HAVING APPETIZER DEPTS.
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ALL CHEESE & LUNCH MEATS SLICED TO ORDER
ALPS .=C;>":: FROW "; AAc
Swiss Cheese ""
SAVE ;.: -ASHION GERMAN STYLE *%fl*c
Wide Bologna 69
SAVE 40c LB LEAN COOKED Cfle
Corned Beef ......... ^ Do
SAVE 59c iB 'RESHIY SwOKED ..
Baby Whitefish cmubs ...on ibIo
Sao* TKvu Vuxch^ Ou%
HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS SALE!
-'ST pe II 4%d%
Prell Shampoo ...............ltuk Do
S LIST PRICE S' 09 4 UAC
Secret Spray Deodorant can Do
Just Wonderful =-* can *o
Sour Half & Half
16-OZ
CuP
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