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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla

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

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 41 Number 37
Miami, Florida, t:,duv, September 13, 1968
Two Secti
AGENCY ROLE
Policies Set
By Absorption
Ministry
JERUSALEM (JTA) Deputy
prime .Minister Yigal Alton, at his
tirsl press conference as Minister
: \lorption. outlined the division
Junctions between the new Minis-
try and the Jewish Agency, which
previously had full responsibility
[or immigrant absorption. Stress-
ing that policies in this area will
be laid down jointly by a coordi-
nating body made up of Cabinet
members and members of the Jew-
i>h Agency Executive, he noted
that as Deputy Prime Minister he
as authority to ask any govern-
ment department to coordinate its
wties with his directives.
Gen. Allon said that much of the
absorption and economic integra-
tion of new immigrants will be left
in the hands of the Jewish Agency.
The three main functions of his
ministry which began operations
this week, will be the promotion of
absorption possibilities, actual ab-
sorption when the processes are
not dealt with by other departments
or bodies and the coordination of
absorption functions by govern-
ment and Jewish Agency bodies.
He said that his ministry will
. Iso be responsible for the 6.000
-indents and youths from abroad
now in Israel.
The absorption processes will be
streamlined by housing all perti-
nent bureaus and offices under a
single roof, Gen. Allon said. The
ministry and Jewish Agency de-
partments will be subdivided by
geographical origin of the immi-
grants and by professions or skills.
The Investment Authority will
50 have offices under the same
roof In deal with people who have
brought capital with them, and the
same building will house the labor
exchanges which place immigrants
ui professions or jobs. All ports of
entry by sea and air will be staffed
jointlj by Ministry and Jewish
Agency personnel, he said, but the
promotion of immigration abroad
will remain the sole function of
the Jewish Agency. The latter will
continue its education for aliyah
(immigration) and will pay Immi-
grants' fares to Israel when neces-
sary, Israel's immigration laws
apply to wealthy and poor alike.
Fund-raising organs abroad, he
said, will continue to have a say
in how the monies are spent.
Gen. Allon and Aryeh L. Pincus.
Continued on Page 1S-A
ISRAEL TO RATIFY
HIJACKING PACT
JERUSALEM (JTA)-The
Cabinet decided this week
that Israel will ratify the
1963 Tokyo draft convention
on aerial crimes which obli-
gates the signatories to pre
vent and take action against
the hijacking of commercial
aircraft. Israel will be the
seventh nation to ratify the
convention which requires 12
signatures in order to be-
come effective international
Jaw. The anti-hijacking clause
binds the signatory nations
to the speediest possible re-
lease of hijacked aircraft,
passengers and crew landed
on their territory.
Price
LATEST SUEZ FLAREUP
Egypt Started It, But
UN Won't Fix Blame
YIGAL ALLON
JKIUSALLM Failure of the U Thant, although officially report-
united Nations to act against the ing to an emergency meeting of
United Arab Republic this week- the Security Council that "the first
m spite of strong evidence that explosions were noted on the Is-
Egypt fired first in a serious seven- raeli-occupied east bank of the
hour artillery and tank duel along canal." did not flatlv state that the
the Suez Canalhas strengthened Egyptians fired first
Israel's case in the mounting Mid-
dle East crisis. Bllt Soviet Ambassador Malik
1 made what amounted to an admis-
However. UN. Secretary-General I sion of UAR responsibility for
JDC Earmarks $100,000
For Aid To Czech Jews
NEW YORK (JTA) American
Jewry moved swiftly this week to
bring whatever aid it could to the
Jews of Czechoslovakia as the
hardline Communists gave every
indication they intend to use anti-
Semitism to discredit the Czecho-
slovak reform movement.
The Joint Distribution Commit-
tee announced that it has allocated
$100.00 to provide relief for Jewish
refugees arriving in Vienna from
Czechoslovakia. JDC executive vice
chairman Samuel I. Haber re-
vealed that as of Sept 4, 780 rcfu-
gees had applied to the JDC office
in Vienna for assistance He said
the first applications came from
among the thousands of tourists
who had been outside Czechoslo-
vakia when Soviet troops crossed
the border. The latest group, he
said were men. women and chil-
dren who had just come to Vienna
from Czechoslovakia.
JDC is providing small cash
grants to meet the refugees' im-
mediate needsfood, shelter and
other necessities. Other aid is be-
ing -liven by non sectarian volun-
Continued on Page 15-A
SAMUEL HABCR
Terrorist Roundup Is Credited
To Efficient Israel Police Work
opening fire when he cited an Is-
raeli report that an Israeli demoli-
tion squad had detonated a mine
planted by Egyptian guerrillas
along an Israeli patro; road on the
east bank.
Malik argued "the crossfire start,
ed only because the Israelis deto-
nated the mine in the tense situa-
tion without warning the other
side that an unexplained explosion
would take place."
U Thant's obvious reluctance to
pin blame on the Egyptian.-, even
though two of the eight C..\ ob-
servation posts along the canal
on the Israeli side were destroyed,
prompted a stern warning by De-
fense Minister Moshe Dayan.
Israel's casualties along the
Egyptian front amounted to i<)
dead and 50 injured by Tuesday
afternoon; Cairo acknowledged 20
killed and m wound* I along with
heavj damage to the towns of
Suez. Ismailia and P< rt Tewfik.
Incidents continued along the
Jordanian front and io Gaza, but
attention centered on the Suez
Canal, where the CAR appears to
have assembled its artillery units.
Sources here said the Israeli air
force, kepi oul of fighting along
'he canal, had been placed on a
lull alert basis.
TEL AVIV (JTA) Speedy and
effective cooperation between po-
lice and Israel's security services
was credited this week with the
roundup of an Arab terrorist gang
responsible for a series of explo-
sions near the Tel Aviv Central
Bus Station which resulted in the
death of one man and the injury of
51 others.
The explosion of bombs placed
in trash cans near the depot so
angered and enraged Tel Avivians
that hundreds of them attacked
and beat up Arabs in the vicinity
of the bus station and swept into
Jaffa to attack Arabs there and de-
molish their stores and shops.
Captured in the police dragnet
set immediately after the explo-
sions were three of the four youths
who had actually placed the bombs
and 15 other members of the gang.
The two leaders of the gang, He-
bron brothers named Abdul Rahim
Jaber and Munir Jaber, became
the objects of a widespread police
search.
The carefully planned bomb at-
tack took place around noon at an
hour when the bus terminal was
I packed with arriving and depart-
ing passengers, Arabs as well as
jews, and the adjacent streets were
filled with pedestrians and the
usual weekday traffic.
Thousands of persons in and
near the terminal milled about in
near panic. Firs; aid units were
rushed in to treat many person-
cut by flying glass Police cor-
Continued on Page 14-A
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Cooking UB Torah 12-A
Dining 12-B TV. 12-A
Editorials 4. A Quiz Box 12-A
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FOR REST OF 1968
$100 Million Bond Goal Is Set
NEW YORK (JTA) A cam-
paign to sell $100 million in State
of Israel Bonds during the last
four months of 1968 was unani-
mously adopted here at the closing
session of a three-day economic
emergency conference of the Is-
rael Bond Organization. The goal
was set in response to a cabled
message from Prime Minister Levi
Eshkol of Israel, who declared that
the need for Israel Bonds is greater
than ever since the drastic cuts in
the current development budget,
necessitated by heavy but vital de-
fense expenditures can only be
covered by increased sales of Is-
rael Bonds.
The $100,000,000 goal for the
last third of the year was proposed
to the assemblage of 450 Jewish
leaders from the United States and
Canada by Samuel Rothberg of
Peoria, III., national campaign
chairman of the Israel Bond Or-
ganization. He disclosed that dur-
ing the first eight months of the
year, the sale of Israel Bonds in
the United States, Canada and
other parts of the free world
amounted to $65,548,700.
"Every Israel Bond sold will in-
1 dicate," he said, "that we are
prepared to back our brothers in
. Israel and stand at their side"
Mr. Eshkol's mention of "drastic
i cuts" in the development budget
| referred to the diversion of $57 i
million for defense needs last May |
from a development budget of ,
$289 million. "Internal stability, i
social improvements and economic I
development are as important for
our survival as diplomatic and mil-
itary readiness, and we look to
i Israel Bonds to give us the capital
needed to continue these advanc-
es." Mr. Eshkol's message said. |
Dr. Josech Buro Israel's Minis-
ter of Social Welfare, told the final
session, that despite the tremen-
dous burden of defense, Israel was
determined to maintain the stand-
ard of living which has been at-
tained, both for new immigrants
and for those who have been 1'iere
for many years. He stressed the
importance of Israel Bonds for re-
construction and rehabilitation and
said tne/ created new possibilities
for urgently needed industrial de-
velopment. *
Louis H. Boyar, chairman of the
board of governors, announced
that more than 600 Reform. Con-
servative and Orthodox synagogues
would participate In a special effort
Bond sales during the forthcoming
High Holy Days.
An earlier session heard from
Continued on Page 15-A
SAMUtl (rOTHfJHfG


Page 2-A
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Friday, September 13
1968
Spanish Envoy Active
In Aiding LFAR Jews
WASHINGTON (JTAi Since
the Six Day War. Spain has con-
ducted secret negotiations which
have resulted in several hundred
Jewish familie-. being freed by
Eaypt. the Washington Post said
this week.
Possibly 500 famUie-Egyptian
citiicns as well as alienshave
been helped out of Egypt and have
been dispersed to Western coun-
tries Many stateless Jews have
been given Spanish passports," the
Post said, adding thai the Interna-
I*rael Rejects
Terrorist Petition
For POW Status
TEL AVIV (JTA) A Nablus
military tribunal last week reject-
ed the plea of a member of an
Arab -abotaae group that he be
recognized as a prisoner of war
according to the Geneva Conven-
tion.
Adnan Ohanem. 22. one of a
gang of ten marauders chareid
Vitll -wbversive and hostile activi-
ties claimed that he was a lieu-
tenant in the so-called Palestinian
Commando Battalion 421. which
operated under Iraqi command.
But the court ruled that by enter-
ing I-raeli-held territory in civilian
clothing, using forged documents
and mingling with civilians in
Nabhu, the prisoner forfeited an>
. :o POW >ta!Ui under the
Geneva Convention.
Ghanem -upplird his questioners
with the name- ami aes of
other members of his group and
also disclosed other underground
tell- He was separated from Ma
comrades for his own protection
but objected by going on a hunger
strike and had to be helped into
court because of his weakened
condition. The prosecution feared
that the prisoner might be beaten
up or worse by his comrades for
informing on them.
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ganizations of the United States
have aided the effort.
Some e*Umate that 1.000 Egyp-
tian Jews, most of them permitted
to take onif their personal he
longings, have been helped to re-
settle abroad," the newspaper re-
ported.
The Post noted, however, thet
an estimated 250 Jew* remain in
confinement, principally in the At-
Thawre prison near Cairo. Other
Jews freed previously have alleged
that they were forced by prison
officers to submit to sexual per-
version and other indignities and
were beaten and tortured.
Last December the exodus was
reduced to a trickle, and since
July, the Post said, the Jewish
exodus has apparently stopped. "A
few Jews also have been able to
get out of Iraq, but usually only
upon forfeiture of their goods and
' payment of ransom." the Post re-
ported. Syria has refused to grant
, exit permits
Credited with the largest role in
arranging the release of many ol
the Jews is the Spanith Ambassa-
1 dor in Cairo, Angel Sagaz. who
played an important role also in
4etting Jews out of Nazi Germany
luring World War II. The Post
quoted one Jew rescued from an
Egyptian prison as saying that the
Ambassador "went as far back W
he Inquisition in order to construe
1 Spiini-.h origin for the Sephardic
lews and give them a passport."
France reportedly ha> also been
active in their behalf.
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CJA Increase Was Top In Nation
NORTO.V S. PAUOT
Hooligans Terrorize
Jews In Brooklyn
NEV YORK (WNSi A new
wave hooliganism has swept the
IVilliamsburg section of Brooklyn,
ng Jewish pedestrians and
shopkeepers throughout the day as
well a the night, staff member
Cershi Jacobson has disclosed in
-i recem issue of The Day-Jewish
Journal Yiddish daily.
Jn recent weeks bands of roving
..:i'i Si mitic hooligans have been on
a terrorist rampage against Jews
in the area, assaulting them, shout-
in;; ami-Semitic epithets and mak-
ing threats, according to the re-
port, which li-its the names ol the
victin Among them wa. a rabbi
who was brutally beaten as he was
on hi- way to his synagogue, and
anotbet who was nailed to a wall
as hi.-: tormentors threatened to
crucify him. One victim was a vis-
itor from Israel who had come to
this country for his son's wedding.
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The- 1968 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal -campaign's 15 percent in-
crease in results over last year was
the largest percentage increase of
any of the 16 cities in the United
States with large Jewish popula-
tions, according to the final report
submitted to the leadership of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
I his week by Norton S. Pallot. cam-
paign chairman.
With about S25.100 still outstand-
ing, the year's CIA results totaled
SI. 838.000
The CJA campaign chairman
noted, however, that the increase
was not sufficient to cover the
higher costs of services and there-
tore "we have not been able to
institute new programs that are
iesperately needed in our com-
munity."
Mr. Pallot also reported a total
for the Israel Emergency Fund of
$947,000 with about 528,000 on
Israel Rules Out
M Hi la r y Pa rade
For Annual Fete
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israels
21st anniversary next year will be
celebated without a military pa-
rade, an annual feature in the past.
A ministerial committee will be
I appointed to decide how the day
i should be observed. The Cabinet
decided not to hold a parade next
vear Gen. Maim Bar-Lev, armed
forces commander in-chief, said he
doubted whether a military parade
was a fitting method of marking
i the day. Other leaders have op-
posed it on the grounds of expense
and in the belief that it is not
necessary to display the state's
military power.
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pate reaching the $1,000,000 mark
on the I.E.F. campaign," Mr. Pal-
lot said.
He stressed that "the recent con-
frontation across Suez between Is-
raeli and Egyptian forces empha-
sizes to American Jewry that the
crisis in the Mideast is a continu-
ing fact."
I.eon Kaplan, president of the
Federation, expressed satisfaction Mr. Pallot urged all who have
with the achievement and said* rret yet fulfilled their pledges to do
Miami is taking its rightful place s0 "now, as we approach the New
among major Jewish communities Ycar and ,he Holy Days."
of the nation.
"Our community owes a debt of
gratitude to Mr. Pallot." Mr Kap
Ian declared "We still have a long
way to go in order to meet our
needs, but we have taken a step
forward."
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20 ELUL 5728
Volume 41
Number 37
South Florida Jewry
In Biafran Aid Effort
Tne announcement this week of
the launchinq of a joint project by
various Jewish orqanizations in the
Greater Miami area on behalf of
Biafran relief has put our community
in the forefront of similar efforts by
Jewish qroups throuqhout the nation.
Tne formation of a local com-
mittee to channel orqanized aid from
the Jews of South Florida for this
vital humanitarian cause followed on
the heels of a nationwide call by
American Jewish leaders for speedy
action.
The need for immediate action is
- underscored by continuinq reports of
thousands of Biafrans dyinq of star-
vation and disease each day, a qrim
truth that places on everyone the
responsibility of actinq now.
Ths traqic loss of life allows no
time to ponder the political realities
of the Niqerian struqqle and the
nearly insurmountable obstacles
placed in the path of aid shipments
by the Niqerian military chiefs make
speed even more essential so that
any breakthrouqh can be turned into a life-
saving opportunity.
Among the local orqanizations takinq part
in the project are: the American Jewish Com-
mittee, the American Jewish Conqress, the
Anti-E>efamation League, the B'nai B'rith Coun-
cil, the National Council of Jewish Women,
the Jewish Welfare Federation and the Greater
Miami Rabbinical Association.
The Jews of Greater Miami now have a
direct and immediate opportunity to aqain
render aid to an urgent and worthwhile human-
itarian cause for nothinq can be more worth-
while than the savinq of human lives in any
part of the world.
Our prompt action in this reqard can leave
no doubt that the Jews of South Florida are
actively concerned with the welfare of man-
kind in all parts of the globe.
We can do this by sendinq our (tax de-
ductible) contributions desiqnated for Biairan
Relief to any of the local organizations par-
ticipating in the effort.
Moscow, we must be prepared for any even-
tuality in the countries of Eastern Europe over
which the shadow of the Kremlin lurks men-
acingly.
The School Year Opens
With more than 12,000 youngsters enrolled
for the opening of Jewish schools in the Greater
Miami area for the cominq year, attention is
focused on the nature and quality of the op-
portunities available to educate the younqer
generation in the ways of our faith.
As is the case in most other communities
in the United States, most of the Jewish pupils j
attend one-dav-a-week classes the least in-1
tensive of any of the types of Jewish schools
available.
A proportionally small number com-
prising less than eiqht psreent of the total |
attend cll-dcy schools, considered the most;
intensive form of Jewish schooling.
A New Refugee Alert
If the plight of European Jewish refugees
has begun to seem a memory in the distant
past to some of us. one develooment this week
should serve to brinq back vivid recollections
of these days.
The announcement by the Joint Distribution
Committee that it had allocated the sum of
S 100,000 for aid to Czech Jewish refugees in
Austria may serve as a painful reminder that
the era of European Jewish refugees is not
yet over.
At the same time, the swift action by the
JDC is a tribute to the eternal watchfulness of
that unique agency.
Despite the rapid develooment of all com-
munications media, we actually know little of
what is hanoeninq to the Jewish community in
Czechoslovakia, how manv Jews have bequn
the lor." trV awav from home, how manv of
those who left actually plan to return and how
manv plan to settle in Israel or in western
countries.
What we do know is that some 700 Czech
Jews have applied for assistance to the Joint
Distribution Committee office in Vienna and
that thev have found their ooen doors and
healina hands in the be3t of the Jewish tradi-
tion of mercy.
We must, of course be hooeful that the
tragedy of Jewish refugees in Europe will not
repeat itself.
But qiven the current c'invrte of fear there
against the background of the madness in
Most cf the remain5no puoils. according to
the annual report of the Bureau of Jewish
Educatic ere enrolled in aftsrnoon schools
which, v.\i!e not the most intensive cation offer-
ed, must suffice for a broad cross section of
families committed to cassing on our heritage
to the younger generation.
It is this tvpe of school, therefore, which
presents the greatest dearee of challenqe to
our community's educalcrs.
Shortage Of Teachers
The demands cf the afternoon school for a
large number of professionally gualified teach-
ers to cover the broadest possible curriculum
for a relatively larqe portion of the Greater
Miami Jewish community are the most serious
obstacle to fulfillina this vital part of our com-
munal responsibility.
The Day School may well provide a hiqhlv
satisfactory avenue cf achievement in this
field but at this time it is obviously bevond the
means or scope of interest of most families in
South Florida.
The all-day school then should certainlv be
nurtured for the intensive proqram that it offers.
But. as lonq as the afternoon school and
even the Sunday school offer the only means of
reach'no the bulk of Jewish famines in our
area, it remain* the responsibility of the entire
community to improve the quality of all three
tvt>es of Jewish schools.
Our future as a people and as a community
depends on it
...
KSwtaUw of J*ct (?y:
JOSEPH ALSOP
An Unexplained Delay
WASHINGTON Behind the
scenes in Washington, the little,
rather close-knit community of
policy makers, military leaders
and intelligence analysts con-
cerned with Viet Nam has been
going through a fairly curious ex-
perience.
Masses of evidence, from pris-
oners of war. captured documents
and all other intelligence sources,
have long indicated that Hanoi
was preparing another major of-
fensive, as close in scale to the
Tet offensive as Hanoi could
manage From the end of July on-
ward, the kickoff date was ex-
pected to be Aug. 15.
No Real Start
In mid-August, enemy activity
greatly intensified, but there was
no real kick-off. Indeed, many of
the enemy units of divisional size
continued in their sanctuaries on
the borders, or even outside
South Viet Nam.
More recently, these larger
units began to be detected mov-
ing toward kickoff positions: and
a new kickoff date was tentative-
ly set for Labor Day. But Labor
Day also passed without drama.
Perhaps the storm will have
burst before these words can be
printed, but. as of now, one can
only say it has not come yet. Be-
yond doubt, for the documents
prove it. this means that Hanoi's
plans have gone wrong somehow;
and the way these plans have
gone wrong is decidedly inter-
esting
Bettor Targets
In hr ef. Hanoi's original inten-
tion was to open avenues of at-
tack upon more proiitable tar-
con spicuously including the
C r Saigon, by initial attacks
on peripheral targets like the lit-
vincial capital of Tay N'ii.li
and the Special Forces camp at
Due Lap. U.S. and South Viet-
namese tcrces were to be sucked
[he resulting peripheral bat-
'. and. thus, larger opportuni-
,-ere to be created elsewhere.
Unfortunately for Hanoi. Gen.
ghton Alrams re used to play
;ame. The u-'fer.ders on tne
scene were only very sparingly
reinforced. The main backup pro-
vided came from the terrible
striking power of the B-52s. which
Gen. Abrams uses with extreme
concentration.
For the enemy to date, the
results have been pretty disas-
trous. Since the enemy began
sparring for an opening in mid-
August, total enemy killed in ac-
tion have been above 10.000 men
This is comparable to an Ameri-
can loss of above 110.000 men.
yet no opening has been found
and nothing solid has been ac-
complished.
can be successfully repulsed. ::'
and when it comes. In short, the
prospects look very black indeed
for Hanoi's new attempt to
achieve a final breakthrough on
the battlefield.
If Gen. Abrams is right 'and
pray God he is!) that means the
Hanoi leadership will have to
ponder the results of the two po-
litical conventions with unhappy
assiduity. Until the two major
parties chose their nominees ant
published their platforms. Hano;
could always hope for a political
victory here in America. That
hope has now gone glimmering
Early Assault
Plans Miscarry
Simultaneously, the plans for i
great offensive in South Viet Nam
have also miscarried badly, ir.
their initial phase at any rate.
Military disappointment has al-
ready been combined with politi
cal disappointment: and if all goes
well, the military disappointment
of September is likely to be
much greater than the military
disappointment of August.
If that happens, moreover, there
will be nothing left on the horizon
on which the Hanoi leaders can
continue to build rational hopvs
The situation of their troops in
the field will be growing worse,
not better. The political outlook
will also be growing worse, not
better; for the Saigon govern-
ment is now gaining strength in
an encouraging manner, and it
will gain a lot more strength if
another great assault is eventual-
ly attempted and rather conspic-
uously fails.
Wait And See
Such is the outlook for Hano:.
always assuming Gen Abrams
confidence is not misplaced. Or.^
must wait and see about that Ye;
how Hanoi can possibly res
to such an outlook is already a::
Hi and very important ques-
tion.
1: Hi I not prefer a :
of military fadeawaj I i
negotiations as some have al-
ii predicted, then Hanoi may
well have to choose between only-
two possible responses b> the
end of September.
One will be to open serious ne-
gotiations at once, on the ground
that better terms may be ob-
tained from a President eager to
finish the war before he lays dow n
his office. The other will be to
hang on a bit longer to see what
th* next Administration looks
like. Yet there will be strong ar-
guments for acting without delay.
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P.ist Co. Distributed by Lo* Angola*
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Despite these fruitless losses,
despite the deferments above-
noted, a general enemy assault is
still forecast at a fairly early-
date. But Gen. Abrams is splen-
didly confident that the assault
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Miami Jewish Groups
Join Biafrian Aid Effort
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
A joint effort by a number of
Jewish religious, communal and
rhilanthropic organizations in the
Greater Miami area to raise funds
for Biafran relief was announced
week by Rabbi Joseph Narot
: Temple Israel, president of the
: i.,t American Jewish Committee.
Included among the organiza-
- ons are the local cha,ers of the
erican Jewish Committee, the
\merican Jewish Congress. Anti-
Defamation League, the B'nai
B'rith Council, the National Coun-
..! of Jewish Women, the Jewish
Welfare Federation and the Great-
er Miami Rabbinical Association.
The amount of help that wins
:he race with death is up to each
: u." said Dr. Narot in announc-
the drive. "The more money
.liable, the greater, the quicker
-.he effort to airlift food and medi-
cine to the men. women and chil-
dren doomed to death by starva-
JDC Sends Food,
Cash To Victims Of
Iranian Earthquake
GENEVA-A donation of 325.000
Rials ($4,300) has been transmitted
by the American Joint Distribu-
tion Committee to the Red Lion
nd Sun Society, the Iranian Red
Cross organization, towards relief
of the victims of the earthquake
tiisaster which has struck Eastern
Iran, it was announced here this
week by Louis D. Horwitz, JDC
director general.
In addition to the cash contri-
bution, 30,000 pounds of flour and
4.000 pounds of edible oil have
been made available to alleviate
the plight of the survivors. The
flour and oil represent part of the
U.S. donated Food for Peace sup-
plies used by the JDC office in
Iran for its regular feeding and re-
.ief programs for needy Jews in
that country.
WHITE TAG SPECIALS
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BERT'S AQUARIUM
2221 S. W. 67th Avenue
Phone 665-8014
Says Arabs Will ^Negotiate
lion and illness."
The Jewish organizations will
channel their funds, with the co-
operation of the Diocese of Miami,
through the Catholic Relief Serv-
ices because of their work in
Biafra.
Tax-deductible contributions can
be sent to any of the participating
organizations earmarked "for Biaf-
ran Relief."
Serving on the Committee with
Dr. Narot are Samuel Pascoe. Ar-
thur Rosichan, Rabbi Solomon
Schiff, Arthur Teitelbaum, Mrs.
Irving Wexler, Joseph Yanich, Dr.
Walter Zand.
EDITOR, The Jewish Floridian:
In the name (if -ome 1500 mem-
bers of our affiliated organisations,
I wish to express our protest and
deep indignation over the sta;e
ment of the alleged expert on the <
Middle East. Dr. Alien Pollack. '
which appcare.i in the latest issue
of The Jewish Floridian.
The fact that he was invited by i
President Nasser .-peaks for itself, i
It shows how biased he is in favor
of the Arabs.
It is also obvious that he is a
follower of the doctrine of Dr
Berger. former Secretary of the
Anti-Zionist American Council for
Judaism, The purpose of his state-
ment was to create doubt and
spread fear in the minds of the i
Jewish masses.
However, the picture is not so
dark as he paints it. On the con- >
trary. there is disunity, jealousy |
and mistrust among the Arab na-
tions.
In addition, the recent invasion
of Czechoslovakia by the Soviet
army caused a great furor in the
Arab world. They know that the
Kremlin is coveting the oil-rich
Arab fields and they are wonder-
ing now who will be the next
victim.
Israel, on the other hand, is
strengthening its position. Both
leading candidates for the Presi- their policy and will decid to
lency on the tickets of our major jonie to the conference table vith
parlies have pledged their full sup- Israel.
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So let's cheer up! Eventually the
\rabs will realize the futility of
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Scratching or Digging
and we meet the educational cri-
sis by sending our children to
private schools. We can wait for
reform.
So. this is what concerns me
about the r-hape of the campaign
lor the world's most important
job: the issue of law and order
scratches only the surface of what
should he America's major con-
cern, the problems of urban con-*
m, poverty, unemployment
and education which have led to
a breakdown in "law and order."
Humphrey. Wallace and Nixon
seem to prefer scratching to dig-
gins
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ica. Thi< has been made possible w iured when a
through Braille edition-ot the spe- bomb exph led this *J outside a
cial prayerbook-, for Rush Hasha- building on .'.!>:,t had i>een the di-
nah and* Yom Kippur which are viding line between Israeli and
provider<
Institute.
I have an uneas) feeling that
the ^reat issues and problem-
confronting our nation are about
to be overwhelmed by the dema-
. iguery of the three presidential
candidates as they concentrate on
law and order."
v\ .ire motivated to act in cer-
tain respect- not by words alone,
but what those words mean in
our own mental shorthand.
"Law and order" in a cam-
pa:.!! speech may draw wild
cheers from those who see blacks
and hippies and leftists mowed
down by clubs and bullets and are
plea-ed with the picture or the
opp .ction from those to
whom ih.' word.- have come to
mean police brutality, fascism
and the end of the American
dream of freedom and democ-
racy
In a recent speech before a
police group, reprinted in the
.Miami Herald. Dean Frederick
Lewi- of the University of Miami
Law School, expressed the Amer-
ican dilemma. I believe uncon-
sciously. He quoted favorably
attacks on Supreme Court de-
ci-ions. decried the loss of re-
spect for authority, gave up as a
"liberal" if it meant protecting
men like Stokely Carmichael and
Rap Brown, and generally made
it plain that he favored "swift
and certain justice and punish-
ment for the lawbreaker"
When I said he expre-sed the
American dilemma unconscious-
ly, it is because in that long
speech he also spoke for "true
liberalism ivvhichi recognizes and
accepts the need for change, and
changes are badlv needed. We
need to reform our criminal law
and procedurelaws drawn in the
18th centurylaws which do not
and cannot meet many of our
present-day needs. We need re-
iorms in the methods of select- .
in;; and reviewing judges. <
"But reform will not be enough.
1. we are to do all in our power
to restore confidence in the proc-
esses of law and order, we must
make certain of the integrity of
our police, our judges, our prose-
cutors and our lawyers."
More than a half-century ago,
Justice Brandeis made the com-
ment that "If we desire re-p< ct
for the law. we must first make
the law respectable." And Chaim
Weizmann. in his book. "Trial
and Error." opined that A law
is something which must have a
moral basis. -o that there is an
inner compelling force for every
citizen to obey."
Listening to the tribute to Rob-
ert Kennedy on the last night of
the Democratic Convention. I jot-
ted down a quotation from Ruby
Dee. the Negro actress, which I
feel is apt:
"It's too bad we live in a time
when people have to destroy in
order for us to listen We can only-
listen under pain."
I suppose it's a matter of pa
tience Dean Lewis and you and I
live under conditions which we
may find irksome, but bearable
We can wait for the lawyers to
make the law respectable, even
50 years if necessary. Our frus-
tration with slums is easily by-
passed by taking another route.
Y Sets Dance Fete
A dinner dance to benefit the
VMYWllA of Greater Miami will
be held at the Westview Country
Club Saturday.
Cochairmen for the black-tie af-
fair which begins at 7 15 p m. are
Aaron Kravitz and William A.
Weintraub.
Hostess committee members are
Mrs. Clifford S. I'erlman. Mrs.
Aaron Kravitz and Mrs. William
A. Weintraub.
Among the text- in Braille which
have been distributed by the In-
stitute are the Reform Prayerbook
in Hebrew and Kn^Ii-h. consisting
of three large volumes, and the
Conservative "Mahzor" in He
brew and English, consisting of
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arrested One of Ihe injur
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n ceh ing !ir-t aid.
The blaM I window
ligbl bub-. I'n mmediately
cordoned off all roads lead.'
Bast J in- item to irevent a re-
Apathy Judge's Topic
"Apathy of the Public" will be
discussed by Judge David Popper
at the fir-t meeting of the -ea-on
of Hatikvah's Women's Chapter
No. 1143 of B'nai B'rilh Tuesday.
Sept. 17. at the Forte Towers. The
meeting will be preceded by a
luncheon at noon.
six large volume-. Orthodox Jews currence Ol the r;ot- that followed
are provided with special Hebrew a series ot grenade explosions in
and English Braille supplementary lowi There was, however, no attempt
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Rabbis Push United Fund Drive
An intensive campaign was bers were enclosed with the letter,
launched this ueek on behalf of
the United Fund campaign by the
Rabbinical Association of Greater
Miami.
RABBI SAMUEL JAfff
Legal Director Speaks
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sion f the Economic Opportunity
program, will speak at the meeting
ol the Mortgage Brokers Associa-
tion at 8 p.m. Thursday. Sept. 19.
;,i the Everglades Hotel.
Th< Mortgage Brokers State Con-
vention will be held at the Fon-
tainebieau Hotel Oct. 24 26. ac-
cording to Melvin J. llaber. pro-
gram chairman.
The move was designed to place
the religious leaders in the fore-
front of cltorts by the entire .lew-
i.-h community on behalf of the
annual fund-raising drive.
In a letter to rabbis of the Great-
er Miami area, Dr, Samuel Jaffe.
Rabbinical Association president,
aid 'I would hope thai our re-
ligious commitment that we are
our brother's keeper' will manifest
Itsell in our giving our fair share
to the United Fund."
Dr Jaffe reminded the rabbis
that a total of S338.301 was allo-
cated to Jewish agencies last year
i by the United Fund.
Additional pledge cards for the
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Dr. Jaffe said that he hoped re
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would be completed before the be-
ginning oi the High Holv Days
Jewish agencies that will share
in this year's fund include the Je-
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the Jewish Home for the Aged, the
Jewish Vocational Service and the
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he first of which will be in the
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Oct. 7.
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Items Of Interest
By GERALD SCHWARTZ
It's less than two weeks since our son, Gary, returned from a
seven week visit to Israel on a Histadrut program, and daily we hear,
"That bomb went off where I was last month." Nothing can bring
home tuter the accelerating crisis confronting the Jewish state than
personal involvement, and a record number of South Florida youths
made the trek to Israel this summer. The steady growth of traffic
from Miami International Airport should hasten the day of direct El Al
service to Tel Aviv. The continuing delays at Kennedy Airport in
New York may force the increased use of other gateways to Europe
and the Middle East, so prospects for an early approval of El Al's re-
quest are increasing.
Leaden of the major Federations in the United Stales are meeting
this week to approve another special campaign for Israel in 1969.
Whether it will be a third emergency fund drive or bear some other
name, whether two lines or two cards, and other points seem insig
nificant as the daily exchanges with the Arabs create a drain on
manpower, military resources and money which the State of Israel
can ill afford more than 15 months after the end of the Six-Day War.
With the move by the Dolphins to predominantly Saturday night
games this season, attendance has skyrocketed. But shouldn't the
management of the Miami entry in the American Football League
drop a hint to clergymen offering invocations at the contests that
there is a large Jewish attendance?
*
SPLINTERS: It wasn't too many days after Paul and Roth Faske
came home after being hospitalized by a serious automobile accident,
before they were busy planning December's annual Jubilee Ball, the
tariff for which goes up this year from $100 to $150 per couple .
Those smiles on the faces of Alex Miller and Bob Russell may be re-
lated to the sharp rise of Miller Industries and Russell Aluminum on
the over-the-counter boards Item in the morning daily says that
Paul Seiderman is planning to take on Jay Darmer for the mayoralty
contest isn't taken seriously in Miami Beach, but Seiderman will draw
at least two "name" foes for his council seat. And former Mayor Mel
Richard is aiming at the berth of Vice Mayor Joe Malek Jack
Gordon may have decided not to run for reelection to the Dade School
Board, but the Washington Federal mogul is one of Vice President
Hubert H. Humphrey'* closest confidants in the entire South .
Irvine Spear, chairman of the Dade County Democratic Club, sparking
plans for the new Democratic Century Club headed by Miami City
Commissioner Maurice Ferre. Former Rep. Ferre figures to be a
United States Congressman in a few years Sam Gyson, popular
radio commentator, continues his 9-to-12 stint over WMBM and WBUS-
FM on Saturday and Sunday nights in addition to his new financial
broadcasting chores on Channel 23 Insurance aces Harold Abbott
and Charles Sokol seem to be shattering records for participation in
out-of-town conventions. Abbott's tennis and Sokol's jogging have them
"in shape" for the season Bank executive Lou Poller and son Jan
sent their data system firm public, with the stock far short of satisfy-
ing initial orders Phil Reviti' personal involvement in Kings Bay
Country Club paying dividends already, and he has had time to join
with brother Maurice Reviti, Lee Lebow, Sol Frankel and Joe Nevel in
expanding Oak Ridge enterprises Watch for Cincinnati and Miami
financier Joseph Kanter to bring national conclave of American
Friends of Tel Aviv University here this winter.
* e
DISANDATA: Brandeis University board chairman Larry Wien of
Palm Beach and New York secured, the Grand Premiere preview night
of "Fiddler on the Roof" Dec. 17 for a Brandeis benefit. Larry's the
brother of Miami's Leonard, himself an ardent supporter of the uni
versity Arthur Rosichan returned from Israel intent on activating
a young men's leadership division here for Jewish men in the 20's
and 30's Jack Gold handling development fund chores at the Y
Phillips 66 distributor Joseph Krefeti fully recovered from his
recent illness Judge Mai EnoJander and wife Sophia, Democratic
state committeewoman. back from Chicago convention to help push
for record vote in Miami Beach area Rut they'll find vigorous......,
Vice Mayor Will Install
Senior Citizen Officers
Miami Beach Vice Mayor Joseph
Malek will install new offitt r Ol
the Senior Citizens Social Guild al
an open forum meeting at 7:30 p m.
Monday in the Miami Beach Sav-
ings and Loan Auditorium, 755
Washington Ave.
Jerome Yesner is the new presi-
dent; Joseph Rieger and Mina
C.rutman arc vice presidents; Moi
ris Millman. treasurer; Mollie
Weinstein. financial secretary;
Hannah Yesner. correspond iir C
retary; George Grutman sergeant
alarms.
K;il>!>i Itaah Opens
Season On Slichot
Rabbi David Raah will preach
iiis in i sermon of the season,
"Make Preparations for Success"
:' midnight Slichol services Satur-
day al Temple Hcth Raphael.
A newl) Organised professional
choir under the direction of Choir-
master Abram Krashinsky will sing
and Cantor Saul II Breeh will
chaii! the liturgy
Members of the choir include
Nina Diamond, Evelyn Levy. Mar-
liii Paris, Lawrence Keller, Paul
Parber, Miriam Oppenheim, Re-
Kina Balin, Janet Sklow, M.. Ilor-
lowskj and Vilene Bdgeworth,
Jewish Draftees Will Be Granted Holiday Deferment
NEW YORK The National
Jewish Welfare Board's Commis-
sion on Jewish Chaplaincy has been
officially advised by the Selective
Service commission that all draft
boards have been asked to give
"favorable consideration, whenever
possible" to requests from Jewish
registrants for postponement of
their physical examination or in-
duction into the Armed Forces dur-
ing the coming Jewish High Holy
Days.
This official word was received
by Rabbi Selwyn D. Ruslander,
Commission chairman and spiritual
leader of Temple Israel, Dayton,
Ohio, from Brig. Gen. Lewis B.
Hershey. director of the Selective
Service System.
The directive applies to Rosh Ha-
shanah (Sept. 23 and 24). Yom Kip-
pur (Oct. 2), and Succot (Oct. 7-15).
Since all the Holy Days commence
at sundown of the day previous to
these dates, the directive slates
that "normally, the registrant's j
physical examination or induction
should be postponed to a date fol-
lowing the religious holiday in-
volved."
JWB. the government authorized
agency for serving the religious,
welfare and morale needs of Jew-
ish personnel and their dependents
m the Armed Forces, and of hos-
pitalized veterans, said that Jew-
ish registrants seeking postpone-
ment of physical examination or
induction during the High Holy
Days, should make their requests
directly t<> their local draft boards.
Judge Friedman Speaks
Judge Milton Friedman was to
be guest speaker at a meeting of
Star Chapter. City of Hope, at
'oon Thursday at the Washington
Federal Savings and Loan Audi-
torium, 1133 Normandy Dr., Mi-
ami Beach.
Goldwater Research Fund
, Set Up At HUC-JIR
CINCINNATI (JTA) Jewish
friends of former Sen. Barry Gold-
water of Arizona, the 1964 Repub-
lican Presidential candidate, have
established a Barry Goldwater Re-
search Fund at the American Jew-
ish Archives of the Hebrew Union
I College-Jewish Institute of He
j ligion.
The fund will be used to buy or
j copy documents, diaries, letters
1 and other materials that tell of the
roles played by Jewish men and
women In building the American
West Amon^ the latter were the
forebears of Sen Goldwater.

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... Hal Cohen** performance as city publicity director for Miami
Beach winning national attention, and Hal Glassman is doinL! a top-
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Paul H. Wyche, the highly capable Miami News reporter who was
placed on leave of absence by Howard Kleinberg, managing editor.
Kleinberg's doing a highly professional job in his new post, and
personally handled the News' outstanding Israel section last winter
Biscayne Bay Power Squadron offers free classes in small boat handling
Tuesday nights at Norland Junior High School.
PATTER: Sandy Sehniar reminds us that concert harpist Mary
Spalding Sevitiky will give a solo recital Sept. 22 at the University of
Miami's Beaumont Lecture Hall. It's free and open to the public .
Bennett G. Faldman is cochairman of the Good Government Award
Committee of the Greater Miami Jaycees, who will present their
annual citation Oct. 15. Elected, appointed and employed officials are
eligible only if they are not now running for office Those long
lines for automobile inspection at Miami Beach's inspection station
should trim down with extended hours, including Monday night hours
from 8:15 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. Lillian Cha*in, veep of Peoples
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Soviet Anti-Semite
Launches Second
Attack On Judaism
LONDON (WNSiThe notorious
1 .rainian anti-Semite, author Tra-
' ii Kitchko. who wrote "Judaism
Without Embellishments," i- at it
iin. according to reliable reports
iching here.
I Streicher-like first volume
ggered ;i wave of protests in
h the Jewish and non-Jewish
rids ai i tor a time the m riter
said to be in disgrace. How-
i er, he i> now penning a iuu
b >k titled 'Judaism and Zionism."
ondemnation oi Judaic ideology
\ lich according to him. "teaches
.' ws how to hate people of other
i. ths. and e\en to exterminate
; em,"
Parts of the book have already
Beared in print in the official
I leist publication in the Ukraine.
h publication with a long reputa-
tion of incitement against Jews
; I Judaism.
lews. Kitchko writes, consider
themselves a superior race which
agedly teaches hatred and ex-
t urination of non-Jews. He but-
: -ses this thesis by citing last-
j ar's Six Day War between Israel
d the Arabs "Israel's aggression
linst the Arab countries." he
itificatt-s. '-is witness that these
a not empty words."
'ublication of the new book by
K tchko is seen here as an indica-
tion that he had received the green
J _lit to resume his demeaning of
i Jewish people and the vilifica-
1 n of Judaism
Synagogues Launch Bond Campaign
A concerted drive to sustain Is-
rael's economic development pro-
gram in the face of the country's
unprecedented defense needs will
be launched in Greater Miami dur-
ing the approaching High Holy
Days. James M. Albert, chairman
f the Greater Miami Israel Bond
Committee, has announie
Mr Albert pointed nut that a
High Holy Day effort in behalf <>l
lie lsraei Bond piogram. the cen-
tral source of hinds fir economic
growth, has become traditional in
synagogues throughout the United
States since the start of the cam
paign in 1951.
In Miami, he ponted out. the
synagogue effort for Israel Bon:!-
is the backbone of the Israel Bond
effort, noting that 37 Greater Mi-
ami congregations take part in the
bond drive either through appeals
during the High Holy Days, or by
;pon-oring a dinner on behalf of
Bonds.
Rosh Hashanah will be observed
on Monday and Tuesday. Sept 23
and 24. ushering in the year 57251.
and Yom Kippur. on Wednesday.
Oct. 2.
Mr. Albert underlined the im-
portance of the High Holy Day
effort for Israel Bonds as a sorinc-
board for the launching of the en-
tire faft campavjn.
"At this sacred season." he said,
"we turn our thoughts to the prob-
lems and tasks confronting our
people, particularly in the State of
Israel, and to the role which we
must play in helping to strengthen
he economic foundations of Jew
ish nationhood.
"It is now more than
s nee the critical Six Da\s of June.
wt peace has not come to the Mid-
He East. As a result. Israel has
lean forced to keep its defence-
strong, amt in fact has in recent
months had to add substantial!) to
t- defense expenditures. Thi- has
,a le necessary a reduction of 20
mcent, or S57.000.00O. in Israel's
Development Budget.
"But Israel must not permit its
economic development to falter \
strong economy i- basic to the fu-
'ure of the countrj and to its ca-
Mcity to mainta n its viability a-
i nation There i- only one outside
source to which Israel can turn to
nake up the deficit in its Develop-
ment Bud et. and that is State of
Israel Bonds.
"An intensified effort for Israel
lionds is therefore most crucial to
Israel's future. A commitment on
nirparttoa record effort in Miami
.vill prove to be a vital service to
'he Jewish people at this High
Holy Day season.'*
Since its establishment 18 vears
igo. Mr Albert said, the Israel
Bond Organization has enabled Is-
"ael to make great strides in its
conomic progress.
The proceeds from the sale of
State of Israel Bonds have helped
finance the establishment Of nw
Industrial plants, the construction
of a far-ranqing irrigation network
known la the National Water Proj-
ect, which is now bringing water to
large desert areas; the exploitation
of natural resources such as cop-
per and potash; the construction of
a new dsepwater port at Ashdod on
the Mediterranean, construction o1
highways, and buildir.-j of hundred;
of thousands of housing units.
"The success of the Israel Bon I
drive stems from our confiden
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rael to make good and their dc
termination and skill in building
a new and vigorous democracy
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Isiael's Minister for Reli-M-Mis Aff-iir.s. ore
hem lefi1: Rabbi So'omoi Schiff, execu-
tive vice crpeidppt ~>f th? Rabbinical As>ocii-
tion of Grerter Miami; L*><~n Kaplon, presi-
dent of the Grea.er Miami Jewish Federa-
te n; Atlhur Rov.chc.n. executive director of
the Fec'ei'-Hon. Dr W i i i '> si oamual
Wfe. prsHe"t o' H Hi'-bin'c-' Associa-
tion: ond p-'-v "--- f-r^ < t'-,3 Jacob
C. Cchen Commvni'y Svaqoque.
Warhaftig Optimistic On Peace
Dr Zorach Warhaftig, Israels
lei for Religious Aifairs.
., ] confidence here this week
majority ol the Arabs liv-
:h;n Israel's borders can be
over lo ihe concept of peace-
iving with the Israelis.
rhe Israel Cabinet .Minister was
I ol honor at a reception spun
pared by the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation and the Rabbinical
Association ol Greater Miami.
Dr. Warhaftig was here during
:i two-day stopover enroute to Ar-
gentina whew he attended a con-
ference "t South American J< ws.
The visitor assured the gathering
of Miami Jewish communal lead-
ers that Israel was "doir-j every-
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THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Altar Of Learning
Friday, September 13. 1968
:a frida
By RABBI ALEXANDER S. GROSS
Hebrew Academy of Greater Miami
The bringing of the first fruits
to the Temple which constitutes
the Mitzvah of Bikkurim was ac-
companied by
much festivity,
gaiety and
color.
A very beau-
tiful prayer
known as a
"profession of
faith" was re-
cited when the
first fruits were
being placed
upon the altar.
In this prayer
is recalled the
history of the
Jewish people from the very ori-
gin of his nomadic ancestors wan-
dering through slavery and finally
conquering the land and reaching
the peak o'. freedom and pros-
perity.
The recitation of this prayer of
our humble origin was required
only at the offering of the first
fruits.
A deep psychological lesson is
inherent in this Mitzvah. Here m*n
is standing at the height of his
success ... his larder is full, his
fruits are plentiful. At such a time
it is easy to brag that "my power.
Rabbi Gross
my strength and my wisdom are
re-ponsible for this success."
The Torah therefore commands
that he remember who he is and
I who has really sustained and pro-
I vided him with His bounty.
How significant a lesson for our
] generation!
We abound in riches and com-
fort and consequently we tend to
forget our responsibility to our his-
toric past.
Alas, what has happened to our
first fruits, our sons and daughters
who are bereft of roots steeped in
an historic soil, anchorless and
drifting in a sea of confu-ion and
emotional turbulence.
How insightful the Rabbinic dic-
*um that this prayer of confession
be recited in the Hebrew tongue
only. For historic Judaism can
>nly have continuity when our
first fruits, our children are a very
vital part in the historic drama of
Israel among the nations.
For was it not in the Holy
Tongue in which our people ex-
pressed their yearning for Zion,
for the restoration of our Temple?
And was not this historic tongue
the vehicle of communication with
God?
Just as the Jew standing in the
Temple with his first fruits re-
counted the long journey from
homelessness to security, so must
we, ourselves, recapture these past
experiences before we can relate
them to our sons and daughters.
The temples of learning are
here; the teachers, those priests of
dedication are waiting: Oh, if we
could but bring our Bikkurim to
the altar of learning, education and
Jewish consciousness, how well de-
serving we would be of our pros-
perity, richness and comfort.
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Sept. 15Ch. 10. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour.
H>st: Rabbi Samuel Z. Jaffe,
Temple Beth El, Hollywood
Sept. 15Ch. 7, 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice.
Host: Rabbi Samuel Z. Jaffe,
Temple Beth El, Hollywood
Topic: Hillel
Sept. 17Ch. 2. 9:30 to 10:30 p.m. Man to Man.
Topic: The BibleGod's Word or God.
Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Pierce
Participants: Rabbi Irving I-ehrman,
Temple Emanu-El, Miami Beach
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Quiz Box
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is the 104th Psalm recited
on Saturday afternoons durir.g
the winter months?
The 104th Psa'.m extols the
beauty and glory of nature. This
constitutes a reflection of the
majesty of the Creator and the cre-
ation of the Sabbath on whose
morning the first portion of Gene-
sis is read in the synagogue.
This is the portion that describes
the creation of the world. That par-
ticular Sabbath is often referred to
as "Shabbos Bereshith" or "The
Sabbath of Creation."
Thus the 104th Psalm is a fitting
Psalm to read on the afternoon of
that particular Sabbath. For the
ensuing Sabbaths, the Psalm is
read every Sabbath because of the
fact that people are more or less
shut indoors during the winter
months and are not able to view
the splendors of nature as freely
as they do in the summer months.
The 104th Psalm serves to remind
them of this.
Furthermore, the Sabbath itself
is a memorial to the creation of
the world and this Psalm fits the
mood of the occasion, especially
in the afternoon when the Sabbath
day is waning.
Why are the fifteen "ascension
Psalms" (Shir Hamaalot) recited
very Saturday afternoon?
These Psalms are also associat-
ed with the creation of the world.
The rabbis tell us that when King
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Ki Tavo
A Jew offers first-fruits before the priest and makes his
declaration.
"And now. behold. I have brought the first of the fruit of the
land, which Thou O Lord, hast given me" (Deut. 26:10).
KI TAVO"And it shall be, when thou art come in unto
the land .which the Lord the God giveth thee for an inheritaiu,
. th'ju shalt take of tiie first of all the fruit of the ground .
and shalt tro unto the- place which the Lord thy God shall choose
to cause His name to dwell there. And the priest shall take the
basket out of thy hand, and set it down before the altar of the
Lord thy God and thou shalt set it down before the Lord
Ihy God. and worsh'p before the Lord thy God When thou
hast made an end of tithing all the tithe of thine increase in the
third year thou shalt say before the Lord thy God: 'I have
put away the hallowed things out of my house, and also have
given them unto the- Levite, and unto the stranger, to the fathei
less, and to the widow ... I have not transgressed any of Thy
commandments, neither have I forgotten them' (Deut. 26:1-13'
"And it shall be when ye are passed over the Jordan, that ye
shall set up these stones, v.h'ch I command you this day. in
mount Ebal. and thou shalt plaster them with plaster And
thou shalt write upon the stones all the words of this law vcr\
plainly" (Deuteronomy 27:4-8*.
The portion goes on to treat of the blessings and curses with
which Moses charged the children of Israel: for further emphasis,
the covenant made in Mount Horeb is reaffirmed in Moab.
This recounting of the Weekiy Portlcr. of the Law is extracted
and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage,"
edited by P. Wollman-Tsamir, $15. Publisher is ShengolcL and the
volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President
of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang.
David attempted to dig the founda-
tion of the Temple in Jerusalem,
the "waters of the deep" which
were buried underground at the
time of creation rose to the sur-
face and threatened to flood the
universe. David then recited these
fifteen Psalms, sometimes referred
to as the Pilgrims" Psalms (the Pil-
grims were said to have recited
them on their way "up" to Jeru-
salem) and the waters subsided.
It might be said that while the
104th Psalm reminds us of the
great powers of the Almighty in
creating nature, these Psalms re-
mind us of man's ability to sum-
mon the mercy of the Almighty to
curb the powers of natural forces
and to spare the world from de-
struction.
Violinist Headlines
Chase Federal Concert
Alexander Prilutchi. internatior
ally known violinist, and lOleadin.
artists of the Opera Guild of Ore:
er Miami headline the opening
concert of a musical series at 7:30
p.m. Sunday at the Miami Beach
Auditorium.
The concert, which is free to the
public, is the first in the serii -
sponsored by the Chase Federal
Savings and Loan Association in
cooperation with the Miami Beach
Cultural Society and the Mian i
Beach Tourist Development A :-
thority.
Violinist Prilutchi is concert-
master of the Greater Miami Phil-
harmonic Orchestra.
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'9
ervices
Most Synagogues and Temples
jn the Greater Miami area will of-
fer the first of the pre-High Holy
Day services this weekend when
Slichot prayers are recited late
Saturday night.
The special services, comprising
penitential prayers designed to in-
troduce the worshippers to the
mood of the forthcoming High Holy
Days, continue in many cases well
r-ast midnight.
In some synagogues the Slichot
services will be preceded by social
gatherings featuring lectures or
ether presentations.
AXAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morm Barr.
mon: "Entering the Promised I.and."
Clasa, 6:30 p.m. Mlncha, 7 p.m Slichot
services, midnight .Sermon: "A Night
of Contemplation."
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
MIAMI BEACH
AGLDATH ISRAEL, 7801 Ca. tyle Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
Kii'lay. 7:15 p.m. Saturday, 8:46 a.m.
Sermon: "Jewry and Its Aspirations."
Mlncha, 7:16 p.m. Slichot service*,
fidnight. Si-rmci: "The Midnight
Prayer and Meditation."
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th Street,
Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
1542-44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A.
Ben-Hillel
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH VESHURUN Conservative, 1025 NE 183rd. St..
don Edwards. Cantor Theodo -
Mindich.
Friday, 1:16 p m Sermon: "in Hor
of." Oneg Shabhat by .Mr. and Mr
Jules Shapiro in celebration of thi
3th wedding anniversary, Bftturda .
* am. followed bj a Klilduah.
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickion.
Friday, at SVnMt Saturday. b:4.'i
Sermon: "A Land of Plenty."
p.m. The portion Of the LAW. 7
S'-rm<'n; "Yet a Land of Scan-fly."
I'rc -Slichot gathering, 11:15 p m.
Slichot services, midnight. Bern.....
An i >pen Door "
am
6:S0
p m
3ETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Seymour Hinkes.
Friday. 8 is pm Sermon: "Sit nth."
Saturday, 8 a m Portion of the \V. < k
Slichot services, midnight
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.,
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T.
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamches.
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BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1546
Jefferson Ave. Coniervative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser.
Friday SI", p.m. Sermon: "The
Satisfaction of Service to the Syna-
gogue Saturday, 1":4:. a m liar Mitz-
vah: Preston, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ted Dortch,
Rabbi Milton Schlinsky, Cantor
Tibor Moses.
Frlilny, 8:1.". p.m. Sermon: "Over Pro-
tection or 1'niler Protection, which is
Flight?" Saturday, >'M am Slichot
services, 11:10 P-m. Sermon: "Who
Will Answer'."'
EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrews Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Levitor.
Cantor Jerome Kltment.
HALLANDALE
B"NAI SHOLOM (Temple). 275 NW
199th Street. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham M. Cassel.
SRAEL (TfcMHl.t) OF GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19 Rahbi Joseph R. Narot.
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
Sail Dr., S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
a>
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipson.
Friday. B p.m Saturday. '.. a.m. The
Torah Lesson ISar Mitzvah Steven,
win of Mr and .Mrs Richard Maland.
7 p.m. Mrncha. Pre-81lchol gathering.
10 p.m. Slichot services, midnight.
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BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Avenue.
Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff
Friday, 7 16 P m Saturday. I am Ser-
ai j i-"1' *'" ** -|,;* *-
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o." North Miami Beach
SRAEtlTE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
firazin. Cantor Nathan Parnasa
Friday. *:15 p m. Sermon: "What
Americana Thin1.- About Religion sjjld
ill. he, line of Morality."
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washinqton Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig.
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EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
Friday fi p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. Bar
Mitzvah: Paul, son of Mr. and Mrs.
David Salver. Slichot services, mid-
night. Sermon: "Cod Loves the Peni-
tent Heart."
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
BETH TORAH 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer.
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rahbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum.
Friday, C. p.m. Saturday. S:30 am
Mar .Mitzvah: Todd. son of Mr. and
Mrs Marvin I-angner. Joel, son of
Mr. and Mrs Daniel Wcinsteln.
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B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Charles M. Ru-
bel. Cantor Jack Lerner.
Friday, 8:15 p.m. Sermon "What Does
it mean to he a Jew?"
am Par Mitzvah: Pen
. Mrs. Marjorle McSherry.
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER,
126 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd.
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (TEMPLE). S. 14th Av*.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa.
Friday. 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "Israi !
Hevisited." Saturday, 11 a.m. Bi
Mitzvah: Jay son of Iir. and Ml
Harry B. Orrlnger.
Sat unlay 8
lis, son of
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE). 1775
Monroe St. Conservative. Rabri
Morton Malavsky.
MinviNAIRES SYNAGOGUE. S737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
OP <">LPM (TFMRLE1,. conservative
8755 SW 16th St. Miami. Rabbi
Ralph Z. Glixman. Cantor Benjamin
H-" Art
pviitev 8 pm Saturday. 8:4'. a m Rar
Mltsvah: Richard, son of Mr. and
Mrs Max Onndia.
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. CAnaervaiva Rahbi Ralph
Carmi. Cantor David Sherman.
Friday. 8;ir, p.m. Sermon: "Being tine's
Oatu*dav, 9 a m Portion of the
Law Pre-Sllchot gathering. It p m.
Blionol servli e, midnight
_ TIFERETH JACOB (TEMPLE). 951 E.
I 4th Ave., Hialeah. Conservative.
->?.! Maurice Kiel".
Friday. 7, p.m. Saturday. I a.m.
| ... '-. urn "atwdsiy, Cam.
| Slichot servi.es, midnight.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Self.
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz. Cantor Nico Feldman.
NER TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rahbi Eugene Labovitz. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
Saturday, Pre-8lichol gathering. U;M
p m. Slichot services, midnight.
SINAI (TEMPLE! CF NORTH DADE I
Temporary office. 18801 NE 22nd
Ave. Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kingsley.
Cantor Maurice A. Neu.
Friday 1:16 p.m. Sermon: "It's Time
for a new Liberal Pray book." Satur-
day. 11 a.m. The iw.rtlon of the Week.
Pre-Sllchot gathering. 8:30 p m. North
Miami Reach Civic Auditorium, 17017
NE 18th Ave., Slichot services, mid-
night.
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SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18161 NE
19th Ave, Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan.
Frldav, 5:30 P m. Saturday ii a.m.
Sermon: "Can 1".N Stop International
Murder?" Mlncha. 7:15 p.m Maariv.
8:05 p.m. Pre-Sllchot gathering, 11
p.m. Slichot, midnight
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun.
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE,. 1500 SW 69th
Way. Conaervativf Rabbi Irwm
Cutler.
POMPANC BEACH
YOUNG
AMI.
Rbbi
JUDEA
Refori
Friday
session
erlng. 1
p m.
ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml-
990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Naftali Porush.
SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 132 SW 11th
Ave., Conservative. Rabbi Morns
A. Skop. Cantor Leon Segal.
Friday. 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "What
We saw in Acre ami Beer Bheba Tn -
Past Summer." Saturday, 8 a.m.
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SURFSIDE
CORAL GABLES
(TEMPLE). 5500 Granda Blvd
rx. Rabbi Morris Kioner
8:15 p.m. "Ask the Rabbi"
Saturday. l're-Slichot gath-
c (0 p.m. Slichot services, 11
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
Surfside Community Center, 9Jti
Collins Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Issao
D. Vina.
i, ZION (TFMPLEl 8000 Miller Rd. Con-
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Drive,
Orthodox. Rab"r' Phineas Weber-
man.
Friday 7 p m Saturday 8:30 a.m. Ser-
in..n- "Qlvs of Your H.-st." 7:15 p.m.
Bible Claaa p m
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadl Nahmias.
YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
ZAMORA (TEMPLE). 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger
Cantor Hirsh March.
Saturdav. Slichot services, midnight
FT. LAUDERDALB
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). MT 6
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Shel-
CANDLEI.GHTING TIME
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rridcry, September 13, 1968
*Jenisfi Wcridi&r
Paae 13-A
MARIAN SNEIDER
The Kibbutz Way To Raise Kids
There appears to be a new kind
of morality, or immorality (de-
..pnHin" on how one views it), in
this country.
Many Ameri-
cans are won-
dering where
sex is leading
us.
Sexual atti-
tudes are fas-
cinating and
during this
MARIAN time of bewil
derment and -hock, it is helpful
to look away for a moment to see
uhal is happening in other parts
of the world.
In his new book -The Sexual
Wilderness," Vance Packard men-
tions attitudes and morals in the
kibbutzim ot Israel. These collec-
tive experiments in living have
been the boldest efforts of our
time in freeing men and women
from their usual homemaking and
child-care tasks.
Marriage in the kibbutz is in-
1 i ma!. Two people ask for double
l quarters. The wife doesn't
change her name. There is a min-
imum of housework because ev-
eryone eats in a communal hall.
Children are raised in infant
houses and the mother's tradi-
tional role is altered. During the
first year, the child sees quite a
lot of his parents but after that
he sees them only in the evening
and on holidays.
When these children mature,
they get a room of their own and
sexual relations are then consid-
ered permissible. If a young man
and woman tall in love and want
to live together, the community
approves and gives them a double
room. When, later, a child is t(
be born, the two are officially de
clared husband and wife.
There have been a number of
Investigations made on this kind
of child-rearing environment. Ap-
parently kibbutz children turn
out well. They appear to be "cou-
rageous, self reliant, secure, un-
neurotic. and deeply committed
adults who find their self realiza-
tion in work and marriage." Di-
vorce is almost unknown and
adultery is rare and severely cen-
sured.
According to another study, by
the time the children are adoles-
cents the kibbutz children "ap-
peared to have stricter codes of
sexuality than did the control
group of non-kibbutz children."
They also seemed to be freer
of their parents' anxieties.
It ha- been more difficult to
ascertain the impact on mothers
and fathers who have been large-
ly relieved o! child care. It will
take more time and observation
to establish th's. There is a lot of
affection between the parents and
children: the question is whether
the parents are progressing in
their growth as adults without
the worrying and loving that goes
along with raising children.
One psychologist suggests that
full parenthood is "a powerful in-
fluence in causing people to shed
tendencies toward immaturity,
self-involvement and narcissism."
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spent time at a kibbutz say that
the settlements as they were
originally set up are beginning to
decline. The reasons do not have
anything to do with the child-
parent relationships but rather
with increased prosperity. Now
young people are going away to
college and are not returning to
the kibbutz. "Less than 10 percent
return."
It is not surprising that this
kind of communal life grew up in
Israel. The Israelis were a people
in the throes of establishing a new
society. In such a demanding sit-
uation the problems of child rear-
ing are less compelling than they
are in a more politically secure
nation. The Israelis did what they
had to do and the results were
positive.
Perhaps Americans, too. are de-
fin:ng new rules for a society
that demands it of them.
Will the results be positive?
Let us hope sp.
E. Albert Pallot (seated center), has been elected to his
ninth term as chairman of the City of Miami Beatification
Committee. Other officers shown are (seated from left)
Alice MacVicar vice chairman, and Mrs. Lizcbeth K. Mar-
tell, secretary, and (standir-a from left) Jules Vroon and
Jerry McLauah'in. vi~p r-r.r;-mcn
B'nai B'rith Chapter
Begins Membership Drive
A drive for new members was to
be launched by Sunshine Chapter.
B'nai B'rith Women, at a general
meeting at 12:30 p.m. Thursday,
at Washington Federal Auditorium.
699 NE 167th St. North Miami
Beach.
Haven School To i
Haven School for the Mentally
Retarded will ooen its new !',
havior Modification Laboratory at i
a ceremony at the school. Hospital
Rd.. South Miami, at 2 p.m. Sttn- ;
day. Sept. 22. Announcement was
made by Michael Shores, president
of the school's Board of Directors.
The Behavior Modification Lab-
oratory, a comprehensive study of
autism and retardation, will house
Teaching and Response machines,
new equipment in the field of edu-
)pcii New Lab
ation for the retarded.
Eight children will be studied a-,
re-ent under the new program,
he number to be increased later.
Golden Ring Celebrates
Birthday and anniversaries of
members that occurred during the
months of July. August and Sep-
tember will be celebrated by the
Workmen's Circle. Golden Ring No.
1. at a party Tuesday at 25 Wash-
ington Ave.. Miami Beach.
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graduate school of Johns Hopkins.Therehe
became the first student to attain a Ph. D.
in Semitics in an American university.
Shortly after his graduation Adler be-
came an Associate Professor in Semitics.
He found the time to become Assistant
Curator of the U.S. National Museum. In
1892, Adler was named Librarian of the
Smithsonian Institution, whose Assistant
Secretary he became seven years later.
One would think he had made his mark,
but his career was just beginning.
While still at the Smithsonian, Adler
had a hand in establishing the Jewish
Theological Seminary and the Jewish Pub-
lication Society. He was a founder of the
American Jewish Historical Society and
an editor of the Jewish Encyclopedia In
1908, he left the Smithsonian to take the
post of President of Dropsie College.
Adler's unflagging energy saw him head
a project to furnish a new authoritative
translation of the Bible; he helped create
the American Jewish Committee; and he
became President of the Jewish Theologi-
cal Seminary.
When Adler died in 1940, this tribute
to his accomplishments was paid by Presi-
dent Franklin D. Roosevelt: "Scholar,
patriot, humanitarian and religious leader
... an earnest worker in the cause of peace
and advocate of good will among men."
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Reconstructionists
To Open Their Own
Rabbinical College
PHILADELPHIA (JTA) The
Koconstructionist Rabbinical Col-
lege will open its first academic
yi ar here in October with a roster
ol 17 students and a faculty of
eigtt rabbis and scholars. Rabbi
Ira Eisenstein. president of the
.Hwish Recor.structionist Founda-
tion, sponsor ol the college, has
announced.
Rabbi Arthur Gilbert of New
York, assistant to Rabbi Eisen-
steitt, has been appointed dean of
the college. Rabbi Ivan Oaine of
Philadelphia will serve as lecturer
in Biblical Civilization, the core
curricula! subject for the rabbini-
Ci 1 students in their first year.
The students will cover Biblical
Civilisation under the tutelage of
Rabbi Caine and Biblical language
with Mrs. William Chomsky. Phila-
delphia educator and Hebraist
At Temple University they will
be required to take courses in Bib-
lical Theology with Prof. Robert
(Jordis. In addition to these studies
in Biblical Civilization, the Stu-
dents will participate in a seminar
on Reconstructionism under the di-
rection of Rabbi Eisenstein and
Rabbi Mordecai M. Kaplan, found-
.i of the Recon.structionist move-
ment.
In order to be eligible for ma-
triculation in the Reconstructionist
Rabbinical College, a student must
be admitted to the graduate De-
partment of Religion at Temple
University or its equivalent. Two
ol the students will pursue their
graduate studies at Dropsie Col-
lege. Concurrently the students will
be required to pursue graduate
work in Jewish studies at the Re-
constructionist Rabbinical Vollege.
The curriculum at the Rabbinical
College, however, will embody a
completely new approach to theo-
logical education and will foster
an integrated program of studies.
Beach YMNA To Work
On United Fund Campaign
Working on the United Fund
campaign will be the first project
of the season for teenage mem-
bers of the Miami Beach YMHA.
The first fall meeting was to be
held at the Hebrew Academy on
Thursday, the senior hiish group
meeting at 4 p.m. and the juniors
at 7 p.m
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Israeli Police Round Up Arab Terrorist Gang
Continued From Page 1-A
.doned off the area and tried to
[ protect Arabs, many of whom
iought shelter in police stations. A
?ar bearing Gaza Strip license
plates wm destroyed.
Police immediately cordoned off
he area and detained all Arabs in
it for questioning. Some 300 were
luestioned and released, and a
handful held for turlher investiga-
ion. Among these were two of the
.our youths who had planted the
ombs. They identified their as-
.ociates. one ol whom was picked
ip later in Ea-i Jerusalem. The
earch continued for the fourth.
Additional arrests were made
from leads supplied by the inter-
rogated, bringing the tolal to 18.
I'nese men. tne.r fugitive leaders
and some other still unidentified
suspects were said by police to
have been responsible for a whole
series ol bombings, including the
bombing of the Orient Cafe in
Jerusalem, the attempted bombing
ol the American Consulate in East
Jerusalem and the planting ol gre-
nades in trash cans in Jerusalem.
Jn a three-hour press conference
interrupted from time to time by
police officials reporting additional
arrests, the police ascribed their
success in capturir.-j the gang to
the cordon thrown speedily around
the area, enabling them to catch
two of those who actually planted
the bombs.
Abdul I.atil Kemal. 20. who was
the leader ot the bombing squad.
freely cooperated with the police.
giving them the names and ad-
dresses of his associates.
Kemal told them, police said,
thai the four bombers got their
final instructions lrom Rahim Ja-
ber on the day belore the bombing.
Through an error, the fuses on
the bombs were incorrectly set so
that the bombers did not have
time to get away from the area be-
fore the explosions.
In Jerusalem. 17 men and three
youths were arraigned in magis-
trates court for further investiga-
tion on charges of having carried
out grenade and bomb attacks in
lerusalem in recent weeks.
Acts attributed to them included
the "night of the grenades" three
weeks ago, the placing of a time-
bomb near the Bikur Holim Hos-
pital in the center of Jerusalem
and the placing of a grenade near
a filling station.
The court was told that the ar
rests followed combined operations
by the ponce anci security services.
The three youths were accused of
conspiring to cross into Jordan to
| join the terrorist gang<. Two of the
arrested men pleaded not guilty
An eighteenth arrested man was
not chargedil was understood he
will be a stale witness.
l'l'ime Minister Levi Eshkol art
! Deten.se Minister Moshe Day a a
sent congratulatory telegrams i
the ollicers and men of the police
and security services for their el
fective police work resulting in
the round-up.
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Rosh Hashanah Begins Sunday Evening, September 72nd
Poale Zion Plans Reception
Dr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Soroff
and Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Rovin-
sky. who recently returned from
a visit to Israel, will be honored
at a reception by the Poale Zion.
Chaim Greenberg Branch of Great-
er Miami, at 8 p.m. Wednesday in
the Algiers Hotel.
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Friday. September 13, 1968
vJewisti Fleridirim
Page 15-A
JDC Earmarks $100,000 '$100 Million Israel Bond Goal Is Acjoptqd
. m .... -- __ Continued From Page 1-A I as lonu as the Aralis refuse to nansinn rluriri<> thr mil 17 varv
For Aid To Czech Jews
Continued From Pag* 1-A
lary agencies and the Austrian au-
thorities.
Few of the Jewish refugees have
pade any plans for the future, Mr.
Haber noted, although small num-
bers indicate a desire to emigrate
10 the United States, Israel and
other countries. "The general con-
sensus of those on the spot seems
10 be that this is a waiting period,
v. ;th indecisiveness playing the
main role," Mr. Haber said.
The JDC Vienna office is over-
crowded with the refugee influx
and additional office space is be-
ing sought. Experienced JDC staff
members have been sent to Vien-
na by JDC's Geneva headquarters
and other European offices to cope
with the emergency.
Additional funds will be provid-
ed if the emergency continues, Mr.
Haber said. Funds for JDC's as-
sistance programs overseas come
chiefly from the United Jewish Ap-
peal campaigns.
In Jerusalem, Deputy Prime
Minister Yigal Allon, who heads
the new Ministry of Absorption.
announced that special measures
will be taken to facilitate the entry
<; families from Czechoslovakia
wishing to settle in Israel.
Maj. Cen. I'zzi N'arkiss. director-
general <>i the Jewish Agency's im-
migration and absorption depart-
ment, disclosed that 50 Czech stu-
i i who were in Israel at the
time of the Russian take-over had
I t admitted .o an Ulpan lor He-
brew studies in Haifa and will be
permitted to eonlinue their edu-
cation in Israel. He said that other
sp.tial arrangements" had been
made lor the Czechs but did not
\m\ c details.
Jews in Czechoslovakia were re-
, ported to be watching with mount-
ing concern the extension of the
| propaganda campaign conducted
by the Soviet Union, East Ger-
many, Poland and Bulgaria to
: label the Czechoslovak reformers
as "Zionists" or as 'Zionist dunes"
and the reform movement as a
Zionist conspiracy.
The Soviet government organ
Izvestia beat the anti-Semitic
1 drums this week in a savage at-
tack on Jiri liajek, the Czeehoslt--
vakian Foreign Minister, whom it
sought to discredit by identifying
him as a Jew who had changed his
name lrom Karpeles and who was
known as a man who had coHab-
orated with the Gestapo during the
Nazi occupation.
An Austrian Communist news-
paper. Volksstimme. accused Iz-
vestia of "mudslinging" and de-
clared Hajek "is and was no Jew."
Policies Set
By Absorption
Ministry
Continued From Page 1-A
chairman of Uie Jewish Agency,
will serve as cochahmen of the
joint government-Jewish Agency
coordinating body, which will have
a directorate composed of Gen.
Allon, his deputy minister. Aryeh
Eliav, and Maj. Gen. Yosef Geva,
director-general of the Absorption
Ministry, representing the govern-
ment; and representing the Jewish
Agency, Mr. Pincus, his deputyi
Kabbi Mordechai Kirshblum, and
Maj. Uzzi Narkiss.
State Attorney Gerstein
Speaks At B'nai Raphael
State Attorney Richard Gerstein
was to be guest speaker at a
meeting of the Adult Education
group at Congregation B'nai Ra-
phael at 8:30 p.m. Thursday,
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Zeev Sharef, Israel's new 'Finance
Minister and Minister for Com-
merce and Industry, who called on
i the delegates to remember the past
i weeks' events in Czechoslovakia
and declared, "It is we who have
. prevented the Middle Bast from
| becoming another Eastern Europe.
Our friends will do well," he said,
"to give us the tools to maintain
our strength."
Mr. Sharef emphasized that the
(low of Soviet arms and tecUnolog
, teal support to the Arab states
placed a defense burden on the
; people of Israel proportionately
greater than current U.S. expendi-
tures for defense.
He said Israel is forced to spend
a higher proportion of its resources
on defense than almost any other
country in the world and warned
that this could continue for years,
Israel League To Meet
Women's League of Israel, Lin-
coln-Miami Beach Group, will hold
its first meeting of the season at
1 p.m. Friday. Sept. 20, at 100 Lin-
coln Rd.
as long as the Arabs refuse to
make peace. He said Israel's eco-
nomic growth would have to be
, extremely rapid during the next
l few years and would demand addi-
tional resources as well as addi-
tional, better-trained manpower,
goals which depend heavily on
I funds provided through Israel
Bonds.
Abraham Feinberg, president of
I the Israel Bond Organization, said
I that the failure of the Arab states
i to respond to Israel's call for peace
i negotiations has reduced the peo-
ple of Israel to "a twilight exist-
ence in which they are denied the
| fruits of peace as well as of vic-
tory."
The $100 million goal adopted by
the emergency conference was an-
ticipated at its opening session by
I Dr. Joseph J. Schwartz, vice presi-
dent of the Israel Bond Organiza-
j tion, who stressed that increased
bond sales were needed to fill the
gap created by Israel's defense
needs. "The pace of economic
growth can be maintained through
an increased response to Israel
' Bonds, which have been the back
bone of the country's economic ex-
pansion during the past 17 years
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.ami, Florida, September 13, 1968
Section B
Young Leaders Unit
Slated By Federation
James Nobil of Akron. Ohio.
:e chairman of the United Jew-
Appeal's Young Leadership
' ..bine;, met with the Greater Mi-
.ni Jewish Federation's lay and
fessional leadership this week
I discuss the implementation of a
: Young Leadership Cabinet.
Mr. Nobil, a member of the Na-
1 .ilia] Council of the Joint Distri-
I Lit ion Committee, serves the East
Central region of the country, en-
isling and involving community
a lers from ages 25 to 40 in UJA
campaigns.
The Federation Young Leader-
flip Cabinet, which will soon be
nvened, will bring together the
. re of young leadership in our
unity and will be responsible
for the growth and stimulation of
rew dimensions in Federation pro-
gramming.
Mr. Nobil said that because oi
Miami's "dynamic growth and the
challenges that face the community
in the coming years, a training
program should be staried lo en-
able the community to have such
leadership for the future."
The cabinet will involve itself
ni seeking to find areas of com-
mon concern for young Jewish
men "who are interested in the
welfare of their community."
The young Miami Federation
leaders who spent the day with Mr.
Nobil discussing the best methods
of developing such a program in-
cluded: Richard Brickman, Hap
Levy, Edward Eisenberg. Howard
Trinz, Sam Smith and Harry B
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I AMIS NOBIL
Zionist Council Will
Install New Officers
U-M Prof Lectures On Art
"Realism and Surrealism in Art"
will be discussed by Prof. Clayton
Charles ot the University of Miami,
at the Miami Beach Art Forum
at 8 p.m. Friday in the Wash-
ington Federal Auditorium, 1234
Washington Ave.
His lecture will be illustrated bv
slides and is open to the public
without charge
William J. Baros. Jr. has bean
named to head a Program Com-
mittee to make plans for celebrat-
ing the 10th anniversary of the
inauguration of the Jewish Voca-
tional Service, according lo its
president, Charles liertzofl
Serving with Mr. Baros will be
Ronald L, Albeit, Mrs, Meyer Bas-
kin, Barnye Bernstein, Herbert P.
kin, Barney Bernstein, Herbert P.
Blumberg, Mrs Ch irles Feinbergi
Sam J. Heinman, Alberl .1 I
Abel Holtz, Mrs Sidney Lewi
Ronald Pallot and Lloyd L Ruskin.
Other Hoard committee chair-
manships announced by Mr, Hertz
off include: administrative, Stuart
Rothchild: building. Allan P. Wil-
son: by-laws and educational legis-
lation, Marvin Wiener: employer's
advisory, Sam Stark: individual
v Lewis, insurance, Ronald L. Al-
bert: nominating and membership,
Marshall S. Harris; personnel prac-
tices, Irvin Katz: publicitv and pub-
lic relations. S. Ronald Pallot; re-
habilitation workshop, Norman
Borken. M.D.
The Jewish Vocational Service's
programs include educational-
vocational guidance and counsel-
ing, job placement, psychological
testing and a Rehabilitation Work-
shop.
WILLIAM J. BAROS, JR.
Spinoza Forum Lectures
"The Human Body, Its Wonders
and Its Care" is the topic for a
series of 12 lectures planned ..s
the Soinoza Forum for Adull Edu-
cation,
The Forum holds two hour ses-
sions everv Thursday morning be-
{inning at in a m, at the Washing-
on Federal Bank Auditorium, 1234
Washington Ave. Miami Beach.
Speaker for the seri* S will be Dr.
Abraham Wolfson. author of "The
Road to Health and Happier Liv-
ing" and "Live a Hundred Years
llanpily
ai k Kassewitz, chief editorial
i riter for The Miami News, will
U the installing officer and guest
>;>eaker at an installation of the
Zionist Council of South Florida
which will be held at 8 p.m. Thurs-
day. Sept. 19, at the Algiers Hotel.
The newly elected officers and
loard members are: Seymour B.
Liebman, honorary chairman; Mo
-f- Meyer, chairman; Manuel Bur
Hein, Isaac Dtinen. Mrs. Milton S.
Green, Mrs. Alfred Stone. Mrs.
Henry Wernick, Rabbi S T. Swir-
- Massachusetts Club Meets
A slate ol new officers was to be
1 I led at the regular meeting
Massachusetts Club of
at" r Miami at 8:30 pin Thurs-
the Bel Aire Hotel. Miami
ch.
A travelogue of a trip to Europe
as to be shown. Membership in
I club is open to former' resi-
th State of Massachusetts.
chairmen; Meyer Fine, treasurer;
Mrs. Manuel Burstein, financial
secretary; Mrs. Irwin Liss, record-
ing secretay; Mrs. Barnett Becker-
| man. corresponding secretary: Max
Parness, budget director; Mrs. A.
Arthur Pekelner, parliamentarian.
Delegates-at-large are: Dr. Sie-
mund Fogler, Mrs. Moses Meyer.
Mrs. Norman Meyers, Mrs. Isaac
Pushkin, Mrs. Jennie Seitlin. Mrs.
Samuel Steinberg. Mrs. Julius Ros-
enstein, Josh Rephun, Abe Kasow.
Rabbi Sol I.andau and Sam Levine.
The following are presidents of
the constituent organizations of the
ZCSF: Ben Ciller, Zionist Organiza-
tion of America; Mrs. Alfred Stone.
Mizrachi; Mrs. Maxwell Wei.-ber.u.
Miami llada-sah; Mrs Phillip
Thau. Miami Beach Ha das ah; I)>
Simon Wilensky, Labor Zionists:
Mrs. Milton s Green, Pioneer
Women.
-Miss Nina Diamond, lyric so-
prano, will entertain at the event
which is open to the public.
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Friday. September 13. 1968
Assistant Rabbi Is Named
By Temple Emanu-El
Rabbi Daniel E. Kirshblum has
been named assistant rabbi of Tem-
ple Emanu-El. His appointment
was announced this week by Jo-
seph Cohen, president of the Miami
Beach congregation.
Rabbi Kirshblum will assist Dr.
Irving Lehrman. spiritual leader of
Temple Emanu-El. in several areas
with particular emphasis on the
Group To Study
School Problems
Children. Problems and School"
will be the topic of discussion at a
Study group sponsored by the South
Dade Division. National Council of
Jewish Women Wednesday at 9:30
a m. in the home of Mrs. Milton
Rapport. 7230 SW 132nd St.
Margaret Gilkey. chairman of
the Guidance Department. Dade
County Schools, will discuss how
teachers and parents can recog-
nize and deal with learning and
discipline problems and what pro-
grams the public schools now pro-
vide for the disturbed child.
Mrs. Jerold J. Schwarz. president
of the South Dade Division; Mrs.
Alan Stole, vice president of public
affairs: and Mrs Marvin Gillman.
study group chairman, are plan-
ning the event.
Jewish War Veterans To
Honor State Officers
Mrs. Lena Cohen, president of
the State Jewish War Veterans
Auxiliary, will be honored bv the
Murray Solomon Post and Auxil-
iary of Coral Gables. JWVA. at a
social meeting at Temple Zamora
at 8 p.m. Tuesday. Mrs. Cohen is a
pail president of the Coral Gables
Auxiliary.
Michael Schechter. commander
of the JWV's Department of Flor-
kla. will also be a guest of honor.
Should wives
be jealous of
Mrs.Adler?
True, she makes a Mush-
room & Barley Soup even
a mother-in-law would
envy. Hearty. Nourishing.
Loaded with beans, celery,
onions and carrots. (To say
nothing of mushrooms and
barley.)
And wait till you taste
Mrs. Adler's Pea Soup! And
her Vegetable Soup!
But why be jealous?
Just serve it to your hus-
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look.
And let your mother-in-
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rapidly expanding youth program
of the synagogue.
"With more than 1.200 member
families, our congregation now re-
quires the services of an assistant
rabbi so that our comprehensive
services in religious, educational
end cultural activities keep pace
with our growth." Mr. Cohen said.
A graduate of Yeshiva Univer-
sity with a master of science de-
gree in religious instruction and a
bachelor of arts degree. Rabbi
Kirshblum also studied at Bar-Ilan
University in Israel and has served
as education director of Temple
Beth Sholom in New York and as
assistant rabbi of the Jewish Cen-
ter of Kew Gardens Hills.
Son of nationally known Zionist
leader Rabbi Mordechai Kirsh-
blum. the new assistant rabbi who
is a national vice chairman of the
B'nai B'rith Youth Judaic Insti-
tutes, comes here from New York,
where he was director of United
Synagogue Youth.
He and his wile, the former
Leona Glick. have two childrer.
Joel. 7, and David Ari. 2.
YMHA Plans Expanded Health Program
football, trampoline, archerv and
lodge ball. Tennis and swimming
classes are also scheduled.
Junior and senior high touch-
football and basketball leagues be-
gin practice this month: classes in
judo and weight liftin; are al-o
planned.
On the adult level tennis and
handball are available ind an in-
structor is on duty in QM exercise
room daily.
An expanded Health and Physi-
cal Education program under the
supervision of Dr. Alexander Tu-
dor will be offered by the YM
YWHA of Greater Miami. The pro
gram begins with the preschool
age level and continues through
senior citizens.
Registration for the Fall *eaon
at the Y. 8500 SW 8th St.. takes
place Sunday between 1:00 and
4:30 p.m.
Morning programs of special ex-
ercises, games and races for the
pre-schoolers are available while
elementarv school age boys and
girls can take part in a variety of
ports including basketball, touch
Sisterhood Opens Season
The Sisterhood of Temple Me-
norah will open the season at an
8 p.m. meeting Wednesday in the
Temples Social Hall.
Wife of Beach Mayor
Speaks at B'nai B'rith
Mrs Jay Dermer, wife of the
Mayor of Miami Beach, will speak
at the opening meeting of the Mi-
ami Beach Women's Chapter 519.
B'nai B'rith Tuesday at noon in
the Algiers Hotel.
Chapter president Mrs. Jack Au-
gust said a "snack luncheon'' will
be served.
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Histadrut Mission Members To Be Honored
MOf LtVIN
Members of the Greater Miami
Israel Histadrut 20th Anniversary
Study Mission to Israel will be
honored by the Chaim Weizm;inn
Branch of Farband Sunday night.
The 7:30 p.m. reception is sched-
uled for the Community Room of
the Washington Federal Savings
and Loan Association's South Shore
building. 1234 Washington Ave.,
i Miami Beach.
Moe Levin, president of the
Greater Miami Israel Histadrut
Committee and chairman of the
Weizmann Branch, will report on
Famous Restaurant Reopens Sept. 19
Ihe mission to Israel.
Dr. Leon Kronish. national vice
president of Histadrut. who led the
tour along with Mr. Levin, will
also take part in Sunday's recep-
tion.
Other delegates who will partici-
pate include Judge Herbert S. Sha-
piro, cochairman of the legal com-
mittee of Histadrut here: Miss Lil-
lian Goodman, women's division
chairman; Morris Newmark. treas-
urer; Abraham Rovin. of the board: and Jacob Fishman.
Zionist leader.
Among the places visited by the
mission, which was a part of an
American-Canadian delegation un-
der Histadrut auspices, were the
Greater Miami "Amal" Technical
High School in Ramleh, and the
Greater Miami Medical Center in
Beersheba. Both are joint projects
of the local Histadrut unit and of
the South Florida Council on Medi-
cal Services and Vocational Train-
ing in Israel..Jacof Rifkin is chair
man of the South F'lorida Council.
The delegation took part in spe-
cial conferences with Prime Min-
ister Levi Eshkol. Deputy Premier
Yigal Allon and former Foreign
Minister Golda Meir.
one ol Miami Beach's landmark
restaurants. The Famous on Wash-
ington Ave.. will reopen Sept. 19
with several interior improvements
and increased food handling capa-
bility.
Since the restaurant began slay-
in- open through the summer
three vears ago. each September
has been vacation time for the
staff while major improvements
have been completed.
This year, plans call for a face-
lifting in the dining area which
originally constituted the entire
restaurant. New drapes are among
ihe physical improvements.
When the restaurant was first
opened by Morris I.erner in 1945.
it had a seating capacity of 70,
Today, there are 441 seats in four ;
spacious dining rooms. Most of the j
time they are all in use.
A major addition to The Famous
was completed two year- ayo when
an entire new section was opened,
adding more than 100 seats. This
| followed the addition of Harry
i Zuckerman, long-time Greater Mi-
ami restaurant figure, to the man-
agement staff. Today he shares
ownership of the restaurant with
Morris and Faith I.erner.
Over the year. The Famous, at
671 Washington Ave.. has been a
favorite dining place of such celeb-
rities as Jimmy Durante. Jackie
Gleason. Ed Sullivan. Theodore
Bikel and Lome Greene.
The restaurant closed for this
year's improvements on Sept. 2.
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Friday. Ssptember 13. 1363
\ isit Here By Dr. Samuel Diiisky
Highlights Jewish Education Month
HER TOUCH
MAKES THE DIFFERENCE
G att-r Miami's traditional or>
HnaM of September as "Jewish
Education Month" will be high-
lighted next week by a visit here
of Dr. Samuel Dinsky. director of
tht department of community
serv.ee of the American Associa-
tion for Jewish Education.
Dr. Dinsky will meet with repre-
sentatives of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation for discussions
about the survey of Jewish educa-
tion launched here a year and a
half ago. The survey was carried
out by Dr Dinsky and by Dr.
Azr.el Eisenberg, of the World
Council on Jewish Education.
The survey was aimed at study-
he entire education system in
Greater Miami including the Bu-
reau of Jewish Education to gain
-it* for future programs.
During hit visit here. Dr. Dinsky
will consult wilS Arthur Rosichan,
executive t-irector of the Greater
M:ami Jewish Federation; Robert
Forman, associate director; and
Louis Schwartxman, executive di-
rector of the Bureau of Jewish Ed-
ucation.
The visiting educator will ad-
dress a meeting of Jewish teach
ers of Greater Miami to be held at
9 p.m Saturday in the offices of
the Bureau of Jewish Education at
340 Lincoln Rd.
Sunday morning. Dr. Dinsky will
3ddress a combined meeting of
the board of directors of the Bu
reau. the general membership of
the Bureau, and education com-
mittees of all Jewish schools on
the sublet. "What It Relevant in
Jewish Education"'
Dr. Dinsky. a veteran American
Jewish educator, has served for
many years in leading positions in
various Jewish communities. He
is a graduate of the Teachers In-
stitute of the Jewish Theological
Seminary of America and receiv-
ed his Master's degree from Co-
lumbia University Teacher's Col-
lege. He received his Ph.D. from
Dropsie College in Philadelphia.
Pricr to his present position with '.
the American Aroc:ation for Jew-
ish Education. Dr. Dinsky served
fifteen years as supervisor in the
school system of the Jewish Edu
cation Committee of New York and
also served as education consulta-
tion at Camp Ramah in Connecti-
cut and Ceiwin Camp in Port Jer-
vis. New York
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Israeli Woman Journalist
Slated for Hadassah Event
Mrs. Howard Rosen was installed
BS president of th- Alpha Omc-sa
Dental Auxiliary at its annual din-
aer 'lance
Other new 4'fjhers are Mrs. Rob-
ert Adler, anfl Mrs. Rnbsrt Apfel.
vice presdent Mrs, Clifford
Marks, corresponding secretary;
Mrs Allan Berry, recording secre-
tary; Mr- I..-......,,..,, S"hwa-.'z fi-
nancial secretary; Mrs. Stanfon
3ass, treasurer: Mrs Edmund
Tames, historian; Mrs Paul Rich-
nan, parliamentarian; Mrs. Jack
Berne. Mrs Ronald Gittess, Mrs.
; Bertram Goodhart. Mr- .Ar-olr!
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members-at-large.
Plans are underway for the an-
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pecial ro [ram, will he tea! ired
it the opening meeting of the Mol-
ie Kahaner Sisterhood ol Beth
Torah Congregation al 8 p.tr ,n
Wednesday in the Social Hal
One of Israel's leading journal-
ists, Mrs. Olra Alyagon, will he
special speaker at the Hadassah
Coffee and Sweet" at 10:30 a.m.
Tuesday in the Great American
Scene Room of the Hilton Hotel.
Plans for the Hadassah 20th An-
niversary luncheon on behalf of
Israel Bonds will be completed at
:.ne coffee. The luncheon is sched-
jled for Oct. 9.
Also on the program are Jan
and Lillian Bart, in a special pro-
gram taken from their famed ver-
sion of 'Fiddler on the Roof.''
Heading the committee in charge
! if the luncheon are Mrs. Philip
rhau, president of the Miami \
Beach Chapter of Hadassah. and |
Mrs. Max Weitz, luncheon chair-
, .nan.
^ Mrs Alyagon, who is in the
: '' i S '. o'! a special assign-
ment for Life Magazint. write f ir
Israel's largest da'ly newspaper, j
Maariv. She is also Women's Ed-
itor for the paper and has written
| several books, beside- making fre-
quent broadcasts over Israel's '
:adio station. Kol Yisrael.
-Mrs. Alyagon, who has published
more than 500 short stories, cov
' ered the Israeli army's struggles
around Nablus during the Six Day i
War. and she was the firs jour-
nalist to visit the Arab prisoner of !
war camp after it was over. A
series ol articles dealing with the
reactiop of Israel's Arabs to the !
war and with how they live today '
has appeared in Maariv. Mrs. Alya- '
gon. who served in the Haganah I
and lought in the War of Hide- !
pendenee, has also published a '
book called "Wandering Sands." ''
based on her experiences and ob-
servatkms in the S*nai where she I
lived for two months following the
war.
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Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. in the
Temple's Social Hall.
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Happy eating and happy New Year.
Sauces for Fish and Vegetables
Cucumbar Sauce
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Real Mayonnaise
112 cup milk
I 12 cup chopped peeled cucumber
114 cup finely chopped parsley
2 teaspoons lemon juice
1 It teaspoon salt
Dash pepper
Blend Real Mayonnaise and milk in
saucepan Cook over low heat 3
minutes. Slir in cucumber, parsley,
lemon juice, salt and pepper. Serve
with fish. Makes 1 cup. I Hellmann's/
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even when ihinned...gives you a truly
creamy sauce.)
Horseradish Sauce
1II cup heilmann's/bfst foods
Real Mayonnaise
2 tablespoons horseradish
I tablespoon dry white wine
1 teaspoon grated lemon rind
114 cup heavy cream
Combine Real Mayonnaise,
horseradish, wine and lemon lind.
Heat heavy cream until slightly
thickened. Fold into mayonnaise
mixture. Chill. Serve on smoked
salmon or cooked fish. Makes about
I cup.
Dill Sauce
2 tablespoons milk
I 2 cup hellmann's hi st foods
Real Mayonnaise
2 teaspoons horseradish
I 4 teaspoon dill weed
Dash cayenne
Blend milk into Real Mayonnaise unlil
smooth. Slir in horseradish, dill weed
and cayenne. Chill, then serve with
fish or vegetables Makes I '2 cup
sauce. (Hellmann's/Best Foods is the
smooth blending mayonnaise!)
Puffed Topping
2 egg whites
112 Clip HI I I MANN'S, BIST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
Beat egg whites until stiff but not dry.
Fold in Real Mayonnaise. Pile on top
of casseroles or sandwiches. Bake in
500F. (extremely hot) oven or broil
until lightly browned and puffed.
2 to 3 minutes. Serve immediately.
(Hellmann's/Best Foods is rcnl '
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when heated.)
Mock Bearnaise Sauce
1 Clip Ml I i sunn's/bfst foods
Real Mayonnaise
3 seallions. very finely chopped
I tablespoon tarragon vinegar
1/8 teaspoon dry mustard
Mix all ingredients together Makes
about I cup. Delicious on fish.
Mock Hollandaise Sauce
3/4 cup hellmann's/best FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
1 /3 cup milk
114 teaspoon salt
Dash white pepper
1 tablespoon lemon juice
1 teaspoon grated lemon rind
Blend Real Mayonnaise, milk, salt
and pepper in saucepan. Cook over
very low heat, stirring constantly,
until heated, about 3 minutes. Stir
in lemon juice and rind. Serve with
artichokes, asparagus, broccoli or
cauliflower. Makes 1 114 cups.
To use as dip: Serve warm in chafing
dish, over hot water. Use artichoke
leaves or hearts for dipping.
Mustard Sauce: Follow recipe for
Mock Hollandaise Sauce, adding
2 teaspoons Best Foods* mustard with
horseradish with lemon juice and rind.
Fluffy Hollandaise: Follow recipe for
Mock Hollandaise Sauce, folding in
1 !4 cup heavy cream, whipped, with
lemon juice and rind.
Mayonnaise Cheese Sauce
1 4 cup milk
1/2 CUp HI I I SUNNS HI ST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
11A cup shredded cheese
I 4 teaspoon paprika
Blend milk into Real Mayonnaise. Stir
in cheese and paprika. Heat over low
heat 4 to 5 minutes or until cheese
melts, stirring occasionally. Serve
immediately. Makes about 3/4 cups.
Chive Topping for Baked Potato
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Hebrew HiQh SchOOl StartS MondaY Leukemia Group Sisterhood Sees Musical Corned?
W Y%1___ t 4 ,,..i_wil onmnHv "Inal The Hebrew Hijh School, spon-
sored by the Bureau of Jewish
Education, will begin its first ses-
sions for the coming year on Mon-
day The school offers a progra.n
of Hebrew and Jc ish studies for
qualified students attending public
high schools Classes, taught by
ORT Meetings
The Miami Baach Afternoon
Chapter uas to meet at noon on
Thursda> at the Algiers Hotel Mrs
Eli Kahn wa to be guest speaker
Miami Business and Profession
a Is will meet Thursday evening.
Sept 26. at Chase Federal Bank.
41-t St Miami Beach. Mrs Harr>
Kaufman will be guest speaker.
Flamingo Chapter was to meet
at l p.m. Thursday in the North
Building. Forte Towers. Mrs. Ja-
cob (ilassman urn to be the guest
speak, i

Dr. Richard Applebaum. a pedi-
atrician, will speak at the meeting
Ol the South West Chapter at the
1 ide federal Bulding on S. Dixie
llwy.. at 8 p.m.
A -kit depicting the function of
(iKT will be oriented at the
meeting ol the Tropical Park
Chapter at 8:30 p.m. TUMtkftJ
at the home of Shirlex Kornstein
licensed teachers, meet two after-
noons weekly.
Students attending the Hebrew
High School are given a program
designed to prepare them for Jew-
ish leader-hip Many of the gradu-
ates have become camp counsellors
and youth leaders as well as Sun-
day and Hebrew School teacher-
Courses at the Hebrew High
School include Israeli Hebrew in
conversation and literature: the
Torah and its relationship to Jew-
i-h life today Jewish literature:
Jewish living, and the history of
the Jews from past to present.
Among the new courses imple-
mented this year will be a directed
program studying the Jewish com-
munities of the world. This pro-
gram will also emphasize Israel
and America.
Branches of the Hebrew High
School are located in North Miami
Beach. Miami Beach, and in the
Southwest section The school is
under the direction of Zvi Berger.
associate director of the Bureau of
Jewish Education, and such syna-
gogties as Beth David, Beth Mo-he
Beth Israel. Beth Jacob. Beth To-
i.h. B'nai Raphael. Hebrew Acad-
emy. Israelite Center. Kneseth Is-
rael. Temple Beth Sholom. Temple
Kmanii-EI. Temple Israel. Temple
Menorah, Temple Ner Tamid and
Temple Or Olom are represented
among its student body.
Plans Meeting
The 1968 Annual Meeting and
the Third Annual Scholar Fellow
Meeting of the Leukemia Society ,
of America will be held Oct. 17-19 :
at the Americana Hotel in Bal
Harbour, it has been announced
by Dr. John J. Kenny, president of i
the society.
Attending the annual meeting
will be officers, trustees and mem-
bers of the National Medical Ad-
visory Committee of the Society as
well as corporate delegates and
medical advisors from its more
than 60 chapters throughout the
L'nited States.
A musical comedy, inside Out- vak. Mr- Ceil Greenspan and Mrs.
cr Space."' will be the feature of Eleanor Samuels. Gary Lampcrt
the first meeting of the fall season will provide the musical accom-
of the Congregation B'nai Raphael
Monday at 8:15 pin. in the temple
In the cast of the play, directed
by Mrs. Nat Wilen-ky. are Mrs
Jan Levy. Mr- Sylvia Gudwin,
Mrs. Robin Garman. Mrs. Violet
Schneider. Mrs Eva Park. Mrs.
Bernice Shapiro. Mrs. Ruth Spi
paniment
Part of a kit. "Know Your Jew-
ish Holidays," will be presented
bj Mi- I.illia Itubel. wife of the
gregation's rabbi.
Mrs Alex Jaret is the Sisterhood
president
Jewish Home Auxiliary
Mrs. Lawrence Silverman be-
gins her eighth year as president
of the Greater Miami Women's
Auxiliary. Jewish Home for the
Aged, with the first meeting of the
sea-on at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday at
the Algiers Hotel. A musical pro-
gram will be presented by Mr. and
Mrs. Harold Berney. Mrs Louis
Makovsky. program chairman, an-
nounced.
TEMPLE TIFERETH ISRAEL
6500 NORTH ViAMI AVENUE
CONSERVATIVE
Selichos Service* Midnight Sept 1-1
ROSH HASHANAH SEPT. 23rd and 24th
YOM KIPPUR OCT. 2nd
RALPH CARMI, RABBI DAVID SHERMAN, CANTOR
Registration open for Hebrew and Sundav School
Bar and Bas Mitjvoh and Pre-Confirmatior. Classes
MEMBERSHIP INVITED
TEMPLE MEMBERSHIP INCLUDES HIGH HOI DAY TICKETS AN0
HEBREW AN0 SUNDAY SCHOOL TUITION.
For Sent Reservations call daily, Temple OHice PL 1-6791 or PL 7-1831
9 o.m to 5 p m and Monday and Thursday evenings 7 to 9 p.m.
StATS AVAILABLE FOR HIGH HOLY DAYS
Sisterhood Meet
A musical revue. "From the Cat-
skills to Miami Beach.'' will be the
highlight of the first luncheon
meeting of the season of the Sister-
hood of Temple Judea at 11:30 a.m.
Wednesday in the social hall. New
members and guests will be wel-
comed.
Starring in the revue will be
Mr and Mrs. Ira Shore. Mrs. Shore
has been soprano soloist of the
Temple Choir for the past five
years.
The function of the Sisterhood at
both local and national levels will
be discussed by Mrs. Maurice Wal-
dorf.
Mr- Haul Edlowand Mrs. Manuel
S< rkin are reservations chairmen.
YOUNG ISRAEL
OF GREATER MIAMI
ANNOUNCES
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
In The Main Synagogue
990N.E. 171st Street
And at Washington Federal
Auditorium
699 NE. 167th Street
NAFTALI PORUSH, RABBI
ERNEST FIELD, PRESIDENT
JOIN THE HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE DURING THE
HIGH HOLT DAYS AT
KNESETH ISRAEL
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INSPIRING SERVICES CONDUCTED BY
RABBI DR. DAVID LEHRFIELD
PRAYERS CHANTED BY CANTOR ABRAHAM SEIF
WITH CHILDREN'S CHOIR
Completely air-conditioned with upholstered seating
Make Your Reservations immediately
Call 538-2741, 538-2742

TEMPLE EMANU-EL
Announce* That Tor The Twelfth Successive ) ear
High Holy Day Services
Will Be Held In The Miami l> a< h Auditorium
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN will Officiate
CANTOR ZVI ABLER trill chant
Assisted By the Temple Choir
___________________________
SPE1MAE SERVICES FOR TEE\AVERS
Will Be Held In The Main Temple Sanctuary
Conducted By Rabbi Daniel E. Kirshblum, our new Asst. Rabbi
CHILDREN'S AND PRESCHOOL SERVICES
Will Be Held in the Adjacent School Auditorium
Registration Still Being Accepted
SOLOMON s| III | || | | it DAY SCHOOL
ALL DEPAKTMJKNTS OF
ICI I M.IOI S SCHOOL
MHSIIIV SCHOOL
At Both The Main Building and North Branch
Inquiries on Family Membership Invited
Templetfunfeer 5:18-250:1 School Office 8ti.~- SEEMCHOS SEMtYMCE
This Saturday Night, September 14, 12:00 MIDNIGHT
Dr. LEHRMAN will preach
Cantor Adler and the Temple Choir Will Chant.
THE NEW YEAR IS COMING.-.
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
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WOMAN OF THE WEEK
Anita and Alfred Boas wont to Palm Bea.ch on their
honeymoon with three of his lour children--the fourth was
in Israel. They had a grand time after the children got
ii straight at which times they were Papa and Mama and
which they were Alfred and Anita.
How did she get to this time
and place?
Born in New York, she was
always full of mischief and into
something-or-other. A dyed in-the
wool reformer, she took it into her
head during high school to reform
the school system. Dissatisfied with
attending classes in an elementary
school because of the space prob
lem. she organized protests and
got petitions signed until the class-
es were relocated to her satisfac-
tion and that of the other students.
In high school she played hockey and got her letter.
But she had a problem remembering her weekly music
lesson. She would come home from school, torn and bruised
from her game, to find her mother entertaining the music
teacher. Her tendency to be a '"reformer" carried over into
collegeshe was a liberal at the University ol Wisconsin,
where she was an economics major, organizing torchlight
parades and getting up petitions to integrate the dormi
tories But the demonstrations 25 years ae,o were peaceful,
in no way like to the horrible scenes on campus today.
After gradualini. she got a job doing research for a
CIO labor committee in New York, and then took a position
with the Newspaper Publishers Association. She moved to
Pittsburgh. Pa., as the bride of Jack Crown, and became
executive director of the CARE Committee. They lived
there until after the war was over, Her husband was al-
ready ill when they moved to Miami. Coming from the
north, she was horrified to see separate water fountains
and seating arrangements for Negroes. But she took great
pride in their new community of Surlside, and joined in
the United Fund. Heart Fund and CJA campaigns, helped
organize the Surfside Civic -Association, and became its sec-
retary- for five years. When her husband died, she went
back to work, trying to adjust.
After a quiet interlude she met Alfred Boas, who
teaches a poetry class and also has classes at Temple Israel.
Anita attends all of the poetry classes, claiming she never
beiore understood poetry and doesn't now unless her hus-
band reads it (but she really doesher description of her
husband as "the sweetest guy, warm, understanding, de-
lightfully whimsical and frightfully modest" is sheer poetryi
It was a sixty-mile trip from her house to his, so they de-
cided to get married. But Anita laughs that she doesn't
know what happened to the time they saved from that sixty
mile tripthey can't find it anywhere.
She tries to use common sense in dealing with her
ready-made family whom she adores. She says Susan. Anne,
Edward and Nancy, who is the youngest at 12. were well
raised by the time she joined the family, and are terrific.
PTA was the only thing she missed, really. But she and
Alfred, homebodies that they are, like to do things with
the children, help with homework, and they read a lot.
Anita has no hobbies, per se. and she doesn't like to cook
is glad to get it over with. She loves to travel, but leisurely.
Actually she wishes she had a magic carpet, for she likes
to "be there." but hates "getting there." She misses the
mountains alter being so long in Florida. The idea someone
had awhile back about making 'man-made mountains'" in
Florida appeals to her.
In her work in the American Jewish Committee. Anita
heard ol a panel called "The Panel of American Women."
She organrzed a like group here under the name of "Know
Your Neighbor" which includes women of various faiths
and colors and a moderator. An on-going program in which
she is just as much involved now as in the beginning, they
have already appeared before a hundred different groups,
reaching thousands of people. They have received invita-
tions to appear outside of Florida also, but they feel they
should not go beyond our borders. Each one on the panel
feels what she has learned has made her more effective in
her other roles since undertaking this project.
Already new programs have been set up for the com-
ing club year. Although she feels she has had the greatest
learning experience of her life, her present role on the
panel of "Know Your Neighbor' is all she can handle
when combined with the duties of her busy household.
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MRS. TERENCE SOKOLOff
Sokolofi-Gardner
Cara Gardner was married to
Terence Michael Sokoloff. son of
Dr. and Mrs Arthur Sokoloff of
Coral Cables. Saturday. Aug. 31
at Temple Israel. Babbi Joseph
Narot officiated at the 7:30 p.m.
ceremony.
The bride, the daughter of Mrs.
Estelle Gardner. Miami Beach, and
Ben Gardner, Ilallandale. chose
her sister. Vicki Gardner as her
maid of honor. Marsha Sokoloff.
Wendy Pinsky and Zelda Bohr
were bridesmaids.
Best man was Jerry Olin: Danny
Sokolof, Lee Steele. Ronnie Carpel
and David Handshu ushered.
The bride is a graduate ol the
I University of Georgia, where she
' was a member of Sigma Delta Tan
I sorority The groom also graduated
from the University of Georgia
and will attend dental school.
Following a reception at Temple
] Israel, the newlyweds left for a
j honeymoon in Jamaica.
Gross-Kresberg
Carol Susan, daughter of Dr. and
i Mrs. Benjamin Kresberg. 1640
! Daytonia Rd., Miami Beach, be-
came the bride of Steven D. Gross
Saturday. Aug. 31, at the Doral
Beach Hotel. Rabbi Leon Kroni-h
officiated at the 7:30 p.m. cere-
mony
The bride wore a formal length
gown of white satin and Chantilly
lace, fashioned with long lace
sleeves and a chapel length appli-
qued train.
Dalyce Tarnove was matron of
j honor and Lois Pertnoy. Barbara
Fruman. Jill Guttermuth and Su-
san Halpcrt were bridesmaids.
' Laurie Sperling was junior brides-
maid and Pamela Gross, flower
girl.
The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Leo A. Gross, 1670 Daytonia Rd..
Miami Beach, had Marty Gross as
his best man. Lee Fruman, Ronnie
Weingarden, Rick Goldschmidtt
and Mark Hoffman were ushers.
Jeffrey Gross and Arthur Tarnove
were junior ushers.
The bride is a senior at the Uni-
I versity of Miami, majoring in edu-
cation. The groom graduated from
the University of Miami, where he
was a member of Delta Sigma Pi
professional fraternity. He is now
I
Wernei Kahi
MRS. STtVtN CROSS
employed by the Dado County
Board 01 Public Instruction.
After a wedding trip to the Ba
hamas, the couple will reside in |
South Miami
Pressburger-Goldberg
An early evening wedding on
Thursday. Aug. 15. joined in mar
riage Marsha Lea. daughter of Mr
and Mrs a David Goldberg, 3174
SW 26th St.. Miami, and Mark
Jacob Pressburger, son ol Mr. and
Mrs. Sellv Pie-sbuiger of Teaneck,
\..l.
The double-ring ceremony, u hich
look place in Teaneck Jewish Com-
munity Center, was performed by
Rabbi Judah Washer, Cantor David
Osen of Teaneck and Ral>bi Meyer,
Katznelson. cousin of the bride,
from Baltimore. Md. Both rabbis
officiated at the wedding of the
bride's parents 26 years ago in
Cleveland. Ohio.
For her wedding, the bride chose
an original gown of candlelight silk
peau de soie with a bodice of re-
embroidered Alencon lace. A long-
sleeved coat of English tulle with
reembroidered and pearled Alen-
con lace appliques flowed into an
aisle wide train. A full length silk
illusion veil was attached to a
double bow of the silk peau de sole
The bride carried a bouquet of
white roses and stephanotis which
was attached to her father's prayer
book.
Her attendants, attired in floor-
length gowns of cherry pink, in-
cluded the bride's sister, Carole
Goldberg, who served as maid of
honor; the groom's cousin, Mrs.
Norman Kurtz, who was matron
of honor, and bridesmaids Karen
Bosco. Mrs. Howard Wang. Judith
Toback and Sharon Vogel. Master
Howard Kurtz was the ring bearer.
Mr. Pressburger was served by
MRS. MARK PRESIB0RCER
Harrj Zaleznlk, best man; grooms
men included Ernest Pressburgei
Norman Kurtz. Jack Schulman
lames Schulman. Dennis Bi ?Kei
Ronald Betteau and Joseph S Ibcr
berg.
The bride, a graduate ol !ora
Gables Senior High School an I the
University of Miami, was a I lurtl
-rade teacher at Coral Gable- Eli
mentaiy School. She will continui
her teaching career at the \\ h tliei
School in Teaneck
The bridegroom, who atti idei
Teaneck Senior High School and
Fairleigh Dickinson I'niversi \ i:
teaneck, is vice president it .
,\ hoi, sale meat company in Tea
neck.
After a wedding trip tin tugl
Mexico the new 1>weds will return
1 via Miami to make their hoi.c u
Teaneck.
Krams-Flashman
I Diane Fiashman and Rober' Ed
ward Krams were united in mar
riage Sunday, Sept. 1. in a6:30p.m
ceremony at the Doral Countr>
Club. Rabbi Herbert Baumgaid ol
delated and a reception ai th.
country club followed.
The bride, the daughter ol Ml
and Mrs. Manuel Z. Fiashman
6025 SW 64th PI., wore a gown o
candlelight organza with Venetiai
lace trim and train.
Her attendants were Linda Och
ser, matron of honor: Sharor
Fiashman. maid of honor; Ronna
Fiashman. Penny Russinof and Su<
j Potts, bridesmaids.
Andrew Freedman was best mar
for the groom, the son of Mr. am
Mrs. Jules Krams of Cedarhursl
LI., NY. John Weller. Stevei
Krams. Lewis Horowitz and Ira
Schoenhollz were ushers.
The bride graduated from (ma
Gables High School and Miami
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MRS. ROBERT KRAMS
lade Junior College and attended
-he University i>f Florida.
The groom is a graduate of Law-
once High School, attended North-
.-. i i liversitj and Mianu-Dade
imior Colle e He graduated from
i niversity ol Miami with a
. \ degree.
a wedding trip to Portugal
nd Spain, the couple ill live in
. u rence, 1.1 N.Y.
Stein-Schwartz
Karen Roselyn Schwartz, daugh-
;erol Mr.and Mrs. Jay R. Schwartz
if 567 Grand Concourse, Miami
Shores, was married to Alan II.
Stein, son ol Mrs. Helen Stein of
Cincinnati, Ohio, in a double-rin^
ceremony Sunday. Aug. 25. Rabbi
Joseph It N'arot officiated at the
12:30 p.m. nuptials at Temple
Israel. A reception and luncheon
followed the ceremony in the Wolf-
son Auditorium of the temple.
The bride wore a princess-line
gown of white pique. Venise lace
enhanced the jewel neckline, short
sleeves and hemline and edged the
letachable wattcau train. The Ye-
neniie inspired waist-length head-
Iresa and veil of silk illusion was
also banded in matching Venise
ace in complete the bridal outfit.
She carried a cascade of white or-
chids and stephanotis trimmed
*ith while velvet leaves attached
lo .i small heirloom Torah belong-
ng to the groom.
The bride entered on the arm of
ur father to the strains of music
especially composed for this occa-
sion by a personal friend of ihe
bridegroom.
Miss Itethann Dropkin was maid
of honor: her bridesmaids. Nancy
Green. Pamela Pomeroy, Eleanor
Querido, Lettitia Garcia and Carol
Knoop, wore light avocado green
"ttoman cloth dresses styled with
square necklines and short sleeves
edged in lace and matching illu-
sion headdresses. They carried
nosegay bouquets of yellow daisies
with yellow velvet streamers.
The groom's uncle, Martin Sew-
ell of Cincinnati, was best man.
Ihe bride's brothers, Warren and
Stephen Schwartz, her cousin. Rus-
sell Klepper, Christopher Lee and
Charles Rademaker ushered.
The bride, who graduated from
Miami Edison High School, is a
MRS ALAN H. STEIN
student al the University of Cin-
cinnati where she i^ studying In
terior Design in the university's
Department oi Design, Art and
Architecture
The groom graduated from the
University of Cincinnati and is
now enrolled at the Hebrew Union
o ege-Jeu -h Institute ol Religion
in Cincinnati.
The couple let! for an extended
honeymoon in Israel, where thej
will study and live for a year be-
fore returning to Cincinnati to
make their home.
Landy-Elkind
Patrhra Suzanne Elkind became
the bride of Ma\cr Alan Tandy in
a 7:30 p.m. ceremony at the Eden
Roc Hotel Saturday, Aug. 24. with
Rabbi Fisher officiating.
The bride, the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Dan II Elkind, 10100 W.
Broadview Dr.. Bav Harbour Is-
lands, chose Mrs. Michael Elkind
as her matron of honor and Mrs.
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The groom, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Max Landy of Cleveland,
Ohio, had Edward Landy as best
man. Ushers were Brian Eisen-
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the bride has her master's degree
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she is a member of Sigma Delta
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Her husband, a graduate of the
Wharton School of Business and
Finance at the University of Penn-
sylvania, is an account executive
with D. II Blair & Co., New York
City.
Alter a trip lo Europe the couple
will live in New York.
Essen-Ammerman
A double-ring candlelight cere-
mony in the Grand Ballroom of
f'ontainebleau Hotel Saturday
evening, Sept. 7. united the former
1 li.in.ai.i Ammerman and
Richard Joel Essen in marriage.
Hanoi Irving l.chnnan officiated
it the nuptials and a reception and
dinner at the hotel followed.
The bride is Ihe daughter of Mr.
and Mi. Martin Ammerman of 89
\'K Kl!);h St., Mi.,.in Shores The
floom's parents are Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Essen, 5101 Collins Ave., Mi-
ami I leach.
For the 7:30 p.m. ceremony, the
bride chose a candlelight silk peau
MRS. RICHARD ESSEN
de soie and Chantilly lace gown
heavily embroidered with crystals
and seed pearls. Her cathedral-
length mantilla train of illusion
was bordered with reembroidered
Chantilly lace. Her matching bouf-
fant veil of French silk illusion was
centered with seed pearls and
Mowers.
She was attended by her sister,
Mrs. Brian Hersh, matron of honor,
and bridesmaids Mrs. Gail Vir.ocur.
Mania Morley. Diane Ammerman
and Linda Kardon.
Ben Essen served as his son's
best man: Brian Hersh. Herbert
Kreisner. Alan Teplitz and Carl
Scheer were ushers.
An accountant, the bride attend-
ed the University of Miami and
Long Island University, and grad-
uated from the Collegiate Institute
of Accounting in New York City
The Southern Debate Champion
and the Southern Moot Court
Champion while attending the Uni-
versity of Miami Law School, the
groom is listed in Who's Who in
American Colleges and Universi-
ties, is a member of Iron Arrow.
and is a past president of Phi
Alpha Delta Legal Fraternity. He
was past president of the Southern
District of Tau Kappa Alpha. Na-
tional Forensic Honorary, and past
pre-ident of Tau Delta Phi Social
Fraternity.
He is a former Assistant State's
Attorney in Dade County, and is
currently Senior Warden of Hi-
biscus Masonic Lodge. He is a
partner in the law firm of Essen
and Essen.
After a honeymoon in Acapulco
and Mexico City, the couple will
live at the Brickell Town House.
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1.....n '">'". Cl.-.,d
. Con-.ull..' [|,d,,,,
The bride wore an ivory Victo-
rian style gown of peau de soi.-.
with an attached train, and appli-
ques of reembroidered French Al-
encon lace. Her crown veil n
neon lace, ner crown veil MI
attached to a four-tiered headdress
of matching lace and pearls.
A graduate of Weequahic High
School in Newark, N.J., Mrs. Turk-
ish attended American University
in Washington, D.C., and will com-
. plete her senior year as an English
major at Hofstra University in
Hempstead, L.I., N Y.
Her husband graduated fro n
Lawrence High School, Lawrence,
NY., and attended New York Uni-
versity. He is an executive with
i ihe J.C. Cohen Realty Co. in Ni
York.
MRS. ARTHUR TURKISH
Turkish-Weiss
The marriage of Ellen Gail Weiss
of Livingston. N.J.. to Arthur Stu-
art Turkish, son of Mr. and Mrs.
lack Turkish. 6701 Collins Ave
Miami Beach, was solemnized at
Temple Beth Shalom, Livingston,
N.J., on Sunday. Sept l. Officiat-
ing at the ceremony were Rabbi
Tibor II. Stern, Miami Beach, and
Rabbi Samuel Cohen of Livingston
The bride, whose parents are
Mr and Mrs, Jack Weiss of Liv-
n. chose Elaine Lederman
and Ellen Weiiier as her maids of
hon r Mrs. Robert Klein and Mrs.
loci We'ss, her sisters-in-law, were
net matrons ol honor.
The groom's cousin, Edward Co
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V William King, Robert Klein,
Richard Klein. Robert
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LANE GENET
Lane Jeftrey, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Saul Genet] will celeorate his
Bar Mitzvah ai Temple Beih Am
Saturday morning, Sept. 14.
A student In the eighth grade at
Glades Jun.or High School. Lane
attended the Hebrew Academy of
Greater Miami and is now study-
ing at the Religious and Hebrew-
School at Beth Am.
The Oneg boat following the
Friday mrht service, a luncheon-
reception at the temple following
the Saturday service, and a party
and dance at home Saturday eve-
ning will b;' hosted by Lane's par-
enti in his honor.
Lane's grandparents are Mrs.
Harry L. Gross of New York City,
and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Genet of
Miami Beach, where Mr. Genet is
honorary pre-idem of the Hebrew-
Academy. Lane's father is on the
Board of Directors at Temple Beth
Am. and is a past president of the
Miami Beach Zionist District.
Out of town guestst expected in-
clude Dr. and Mr.-. Louis Halperin,
Mr. and Mrs. Hairy Glaser and
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Press, of New
York City; Dr. and Mrs. Ralph
Ooleman. Charleston. S.C.; Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Brody. Detroit, Mich.;
and Mr. and Mrs. Max Davidson,
Chicago. 111.

RICHARD GOOD1S
Richard, son of Mr and Mrs
Max Goodis. 2211 SW 84th Ave..
will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday
morning. Sept. 14. at Temple Or
Olom.
An tighth grade student at West
Miami Junior High School. Rich-
ard is an active swimmer at the
YMliA where he has received rec-
ognition as a Junior Life-aver.
The Oneg Shabbat following Fri-
day night services, the Kiddush
Saturday morning and a luncheon
Saturday at Temple Or Oiom will
be hosted by Richard's parents in
his honor.
Among the guests will be his
grandparents from Miami Beach
and his maternal grandfather. Ben
Warner, of Birmingham, Ala.
* *
JEFFREY KRAMER
Jeffrey, son of Dr. and Mrs. H.
Coleman Kramer, celebrated his
Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning,
Aug. 31. at Temple Beth Sholom.
He is a student in the Confirma-
tion Class of 5730 at Temple Beth
Sholom.
Joel Weinsfein
lane Genet
Jeffrey Kramer
JOEL WEINSTEIN
Joel Gary, .son of Mr. and Mrs.
| Daniel Weinstein. will observe h;s
Bar Mitzvah Saturday morning.
Sept. 14. at Beth Torah Synagogue.
A seventh grade student at John
IF. Kennedy Junior High School,
Joel has been attending the Harold
' Wolk Religious School and will en-
'ter Preconfirmation class this se-
I mester.
A reception is being held on
Sunday at the Diplomat Country
Club in Joel's honor.
*
TODD LANGNER
Todd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mar-
vin Langner, celebrated his Bar
Mitzvah Saturday. Sept. 7. at Beth
Torah Synagogue.
In the eighth grade at John F.
Kennedy Junior High School, Todd
has been attending the Harold
Wolk Religious School, where he
will be a member of the Confirma-
tion Class of 1969.
His parents hosted a party at
home for his friends Saturday eve-
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Joel ftoieffield
ning. and a family party In his
honor Sunday evening.
*
WILLIAM PRICHASON
At 8:45 a.in. Saturday, Sept. 14.
in the Main Sanctuary of Temple
Ner TamUI. William, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Ross Prichason will ob-
serve his Bar Mitzvah.
A student at Ner 'lamid Relig-
ious School. William attends .'Nau-
tilus Junior High School, where he
plays tennis and football.
A Kiddusii will follow the serv-
ices and a reception in William's
honor will be held in the Rubiyat
Room of the Algiers Hotel.
Out-of-town guests will include
his great-aunt and uncle. Mr. and
Mrs. O.-car Rosenblum, New York
City: his aunt and uncle. Mr. and
Mrs. Lester Greenfield, as well as
his uncle. Sam Gold, from Chicago.
111.: and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sil-
verstein. Teaneck. N.J.
'
JOEL ROSENFIELD
Joel Allen, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Sheldon Jay Rosenfield. will be
called to the Torah as a Bar Mitz-
vah at Temple Zion on Saturday,
Sept. 14.
In the eighth grade at Glades
Junior High School. Joel has been
a student at Temple Zion for the
past four years. He is active in
the Glades Coin Club and plays
cornet in the school band.
Joel's parents will host the Kid-
dush following the services and a
reception in his honor Saturday
evening at the Shelbourne Hotel.
Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs.
Louis Fleishman and Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Rosenfield.
*
PAUL SALVER
Paul, son of Mr. and Mrs David
Salver, will become Bar Mitzvah
on Saturday. Sept. 14. at Temple
Emanu-El.
Paul, who is in the seventh
grade at Ida If. Fisher Junior High
School, is in his second year at the
Frost Conservatory of Music where
he plays accordion.
The celebrant will be honored at
a reception Sept. 21st at the Deau-
ville Hotel.
Attending the event will be his
grandparents. Mrs. Sheindl Gilner
and Mr and Mrs. Shajne Salzberg.
Pompano Rabbi Returns
Rabbi Morris Skop resumes Sab-
bath services Friday at Temp
Sholom in Pompano Bea. i. Rabl
I Skop. who r :i nil-.- retui ed I
a tour of the Holy Land and Eu-
rope with gr tup of Ten pie mi -
bers. will report on theii travels-
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the biggest man evor > play
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. And, nobody has eve.- come
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Can you imagine a ^lotball
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Did you know that such a feat
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983-3000 Hollywood
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Pa *Jet*ist! ncrHiar
Friday. September 13. 1968
Philip Segall. 86,
Pioneer Miamian,
Dies After Stroke
Funeral services were held this
week for Philip Segall. 8b". one of
Miami's earliest Jewish pioneers,
who died here Monday after suf-
fering a stroke*. He was a real
estate developer and builder.
Born in Hussi. Rumania, in June
1882. Mr. Segtll came to Tampa as a
young man and in 1907 married
his childhood sweetheart. Sadie
l.eibovitz. When they moved to
.Miami from Tampa in 1910. there
were only three other Jewish fam-
ilies in the area. He was one of
those who founded Beth David
Synagogue in 1913. later playing a
key role in the construction of its
present building.
Mr. Segall was active in support
oi the Greater Miami Jewish Fed
oration. B'nai Brith and the Zi-
onist Organization of America, as
well as the United Fund. VarieU
Children's Hospital and the Mul-
tiple Sclerosis Society.
Besides his wife. Mr. Segall is
survived by his son. Judge Sidney
Segall ol Small Claims Court, his
daughter. Mrs. Adele Faske. assis-
tant state attorney, twin grandsons,
(iarrv and Barry Faske and grand-
daughter. Ivy Faske
Services were held under the
direction of the Gordon Funeral
Home and interment was at Mount
Nebo Cemetery Shiva is being ob-
served at the Segall home 5831
NE 6th Ct
Hospital Auxiliary Fete
To Mix Champagne, Art
A "repeat performance" of its
Art-and-Cbampagne party is plan-
ned by Cedars of Lebanon Hospital
Auxiliary at the Four Ambassadors
Oct. 19 beginning at 7 p.m. Paint-
ings, prints, sculpture and ceram-
ics will be on exhibit.
Chairman Mrs. Eugene Komrad.
a professional artist, says all pro-
ceeds of the affair will benefit the
hospital.
Mrs Benjamin Oren. Mrs. Harry
Horwich and Mrs. Leonard Steiner
ire reservations cochairmen.
BENDER. Joseph, T::. l:>x:,i. \\ Dixie
Highway. Rlveralde
FELDERMAN. Millie II. T, B18
Pennaylvanla Ave Rlveralde
LEVY. Mrs. Eva, Ha, (too Weal \v,
Rlveralde Interment Ml Nebo
smith. William. IS. 326 N K JOth
Ter Riverside
EULE. France*, 54, M.l \ w 1Mb
I'l Rivet-aide
FELDMAN. Millll II 7'i. sin Penn-
sylvania Ave, Riverside
leffel. Samuel, 79, :..... 16th St.,
\f\v ma ii
SYBUL. Ned. :: NE 174th Si .
Slnnl
WEISBORT. Joaeph, ;.'.. :.n,i s\\ '.Mb
Ave Riverside Intermenl Mi.
Slnnl.
WEISFELD. I...ills. ;. Ha,:... Weal
liixi.- Hwy Kiveraide
BAUM. ill, it. 7H, I:.....1 NK Mih
Ave.. Beyer
BRONSTEiN, Isidore. T9. 1127 Buclld
Ave. IIIash.ru.
katz. Ada Meyer, 67, 1830 NE
169th Beyer. Interment Mi. Sinai.
SCHWARTZ. Edward, I671S NE 14
I'l Blnahent
STERN. Richard .1 4.".. 1801 NW
187th si Blaeberg.
TANZER. Daniel .1 87, 1888 NE
179 th St.. Kiveraide
Plan Holy Day Services
Temple Sinai of North Dade an-
nounces its High Holy Day services
will be conducted at the North
Miami Beach Auditorium. 17011
NE 19th Ave.
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-138*7
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
STELLA MATILDA < 'ASAXnv\\
Plaintiff,
vs.
1 lirBIHLI.KHMo CASANOVA.
Defendant.
T( >: OI'BIRLUERMO CA8ANI VA
77 Amara Avenue
Bella*, British II..n,Unas
I'ou, isrEIHI.I.BIlMo CASANOVA
are hereby notified lhal a Bill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been Hied
againat you, and you are required t
servt ., cop) ol your Anawer or Plead-
- Ins the Mill of Complain! on the
Plaintiffs attorney, W A l.T E II s,
MOOKti A COSTANZO, l""* Ainsley
I Building, Miami. Florida and file the
I original Anawer nfflci nf ill,- Clerk of the Circuit
Court .....>r before the 18th day "f
October, 1888, If you fall i" ,1" so,
judgnuHi by default "ill be laken
ngnln*l >u for ihe relief demanded
In the Hill of 'omplalnt.
This notice Khali 1" publlahed once
leach Meek for four consecutive week*
in THE JBWI8H Fl.i 1: 11 >l \\
DONE AND OKDEItED at Miami,
l-'li.i i,la. ilns loth da> n( S. in, nib, r.
A D. 1888.
i: H I BATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
Hv C I. ALEEXANDER
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Sr.ih
ARTHUH D. DECKELMAN, BSy
WALTERS, MOORE \- COSTANKo
iMi- Alnaley Building
Miami. Florida SS1S2
aii,.in,ys r,.i Plaintiff
K/13-SO-87 I" 1
Julius Merer, ''S. of 1881 S\V IS
Ave., pawed away Wed,, Bept 4.
it.- ha,i made his home hero for the
as! i:. years coming from New York
mi was a I'liurinucisi and Chemist
ilr. Cohen was a veteran of World
War II and while serving with the
Medical Corps, helped liberate in-
mates ,,f l urhau Concenlratlon
'amp. He also nerved as a ehemist
nth the is Boveranu at for l
'.ars. He is survive,I l.y his wife
Sarah; :i son Karl ami a diiUsThtor
luillth Anne Cnhen. Services held
Vhurs Sept 5 tit flordon Funeral
lli.me. with interment in Ml \el..i
' '.Illet.iy
ARBREITER. Marry, IM8 NK 174th
St Rlveralde. rntermenl Lakealde.
BAUER. Bernard, 7, SSI 10th St,,
BladavraT.
SPACE FOR RENT
NEW WAREHOUSE BUILDING
Palmetto X-way un4 HW 36 St.
5,000 sq ft. $312.50 Me.
10,000 sq. ft. $625. Me
Available Nev 15th
Will Build to Suit
Industrial Buildings
50,000 sq. ft. on Palmetto X-way
37,000 sq. ft. on Milam Dairy R
65,000 q ft. on N.W. 54th Street
10W RENT TO GOOD TENANTS
CALL BEN WAYNE
Broker Phone 887-7661
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY tllVEN thai
the underalgned, dealring to engage
1 in bualneaa under the fictitious name
,.f BROOKS BRANT, AORON AND
MKHSEIMAN at 18878 Blscayne
Boulevard, North Miami. Flu. Intend*
I to register mid name with the Clerk
I <>( the I'inuii t'l.urt Florida.
lilt. BROOKS, ItlLANT. AQRON
ANI> MEI8EI.MAN
PRt IFESBS "NAI. ASSOCIATION
1 BPARRBH AMI ROSKIN P A
Attorney** for Applicants
ion X llls.-ayne Blvd.
Miami. Florida
|/13-SA>8i 1" '
RABBI MAXWELL BERGER
CANTOR HIRSH MARCH
Conservative
TEMPLE ZAM0RA
"77ip Friendliest Synagogue in Toivn"
44 Zamora Avenue, Coral Gables, Florida
Proudly announces that it is accepting applications tor
membership Hebrew School registration now open
. reservations for High Holy Days taken now Daily
Minyan mornings and evenings adult classes for
various courses Sisterhood. Mens Groups, Boy Scouts
. Supervised activities for all age levels
For Information Call 148-7132
SELICHOS SERVICES MIDNIGHT, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14th,
PRECEDED BY A SOCIAL HOUR, STARTING AT 10 P.M.
EVERYONE IS INVITED AND WELCOME.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, dealring t.....Ease
in bualneaa utaier the flctltlova name
..i PAPCO at KM Weal SJnd Place,
Blaleah, Florida Intend* to register
s,-,i,l name with the Clerk of the rlr-
cult ('tut of Dade County. Florida
I'l." IRIDA All: PARTS <'' i INC.
I860 W ::_' PLACE
HfALRAH, I'l ORfDA
CAIDIN ,v ROTHENBERO
Attnl oeys fi,r
Florida Air I'arts Company, lin-
:!<.', I'.iseavne Buildins
Mi.inn. Florida S313n
1>/I::-L'"-L'7 la I
^Jfnnouncinq
' Ou, flew Ueleplione I lumber
891-2433
Jn Our %m Offices Jl
1313 N.E. 12M STREET
STOCKS tOMS MUTUAL FUNDS 1
RIDKMIAI
1313 H.E. 125 STREET NORTH MIAMI 33lbl
Phone 391 2'.P -MPtF PaRKINC
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 80241.A
in III-:: Batate of
CARL T. BRJCK80N
He. .as.,I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i'i. ,Hi,.is ami All Peraonn ll:n-
mt Claim* ,.r Demand* Anai.isi Sai,l
13a tale:
Vou ai,* hereb} u,.iifie,l and reciulred
to preaenl any elaims ami demand*
whiili you may have Hfcainal il" ea-
lai, ,.f CARL T ERICKSON deeeaaed
late of 11.ol, County, Florida. : Ihe
i'<'iinly Judge* of l>a file Ihe same in duplicate ami as pro-
vided in Section 733.16, Florida sta-
lutea, in iheir nffiee* 11 Ihe County
Courthouae in Bade County, Florida,
M'lthln si\ ealentlai month* from Ho
lime "f Ihe first publiuatlon hereof,
or the same will be bam 'I
linti'd ;.i Miami, Florida, thin Sth
illi; ..i AUfTUat, AM IIMIH.
.IIIHTH ERICKSON
K\. cutrix
l-'irsi publlentl......I' iln- notiee on
ill, I Sth tla> !' September, l!i>;v
TAI.IANOFF, WALLER BRROER
attorney* tor Executrix
rj" l.in,..in Road,
Miami Beach, Florhla
K/18.XII-27 1" 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HERE1I1 OIVEN ilia'
th. umleralpTned, dealrins i" enaaftt
in I.US.ness umler Ihe liel iliolls Ham-
i A l'i:.\ SALES '" ai :a.|i. N.W
Ifith Street Miami Intend* Inn
sai,I name with the Clerk nf the Cir-
cuit I',.1111 ..I I la.I, c '..iinl I'l..I Ml.,
A PEX Sl'PPI V INC
a Florida Corp
"/I.:-'_'"-J7 in 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XOTH'E is HEREBY OIVEN thai
ih, underalirned, deairlnf In enauKe in
bualneaa under the flrtltlnu* tiann
..I' VAILS N" I'AII.S al 71'. NIC l7ttl
Street, N. Miami Beach, Fin. in-
tend io i.risie, aald namt with the
Clerk ,.f tin- Circuit i'-.um Dndi
'",.inii\. Florida.
ALEX E FINDER ami
IM'TII FINDER
11 wife, sole owner*
THEODORE It NE1 BON, Bag
Attome) for Applicant*
I'.,,.*. Line,.|,i I;,.a,I.
Miami Beat h, i'l,a Ida
:,i-:'7 I" 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the umlersiciie,!. .leslrinv to emrai:, in
liualnea* under the fietiilous name ,,i
tirRWTTZ ASSOCIATES nl Stats N K
ISSrd Street, North Miami. Inte.idi to
reaiater sai,I name with ihe Clerk of
the fireult ',Hirt ,.f l>nile County,'
Florida
I'.MII. OOC1 H
/\A.2i-i7 10/4
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUOICIAL CIFCU IT
IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 68-12663 (DuVal)
In re: Adoption of
ALLEN K1KK
A Minor
VINCENf T. NICHOLAS
ami PATRICIA NICHOLAS.
Petitioners
Ti i: AI.I.ICN KIRK, Sll
Y,-u, ALLEN KIRK, Sr are herc-
i>> notified that an adoption pro-
,-e,,:.HK in Ibe above styled eause
has been commenced, ami you are
,- .|llire,l to aervC n copy of your
Anawer or Pleading to toe Petition
for Adoption on the Petitioners' at-
torney. BHBVIN, OOODMAN *
Hol.TZMAN. :iK Seyholil HuililiiiK.
Miami. Kloridii. anil file Ibe original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
ih,- Clerk of th,- I'iivuii Court on or
before the lltb day of Oetober. MM.
If you fail to do ko. juikni-iii by de-
fault "ill be taken auainsi you for
ih. relief demanded in the Petition.
Ilns noli.-, shall lie published once
each week for four ponaecutlve week*
in THE JEWISH I'l.oCll'IAN
DONE AM' ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this 4th day of September,
191)8
i: l: LEATHERMAN, Clerk
i 'Ircull 'ouit. I lade i ' By: \ A HEWBTT
I,. nuty Clerk
SHEVIN, (iOODMAN A.-
IH il.TZMAN
::|i: Seybold BulldilW
Miami. Florida 3313^
llj A IAIN i;i ODM VN
i, I3-2H-27
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE tllVEN thai the under-
signed, dcalrlng io engage in buainea*
umbr the flctlllnu* name of ATLAN-
TIC HARDENS at 323 Ocean Drive,
Miami Beach, Florida Intenda to
..ler s;,i.l name with tin- I'lerk
,.f ih, Circuit "'..uri ol Dade County,
Florida
S5S i n'KAN AI'TS INC
By: Morrl* Felnatetn, Prealdeiit
SCHLISSEL, SCHER C1R1 >8S
AI lorney s for
::.'" ,n'KAN AI'TS., INC
1! lerej V On.ss
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thin
ihe undersigned, deatrtng to engage
in business uml'-r the flctlllnu* nam,
of AN1 BR. l.I'MOW \.\l Itl'.i'K at
!t|mi B.\V, s7th Avenue. Miami. Pla.
Intenda t, reglHtoT said name with
ill.- Clerk "f the Circuit Court of
Dade County, Florida.
DRS AXLBR, l.llti'W AND
HECK PRt PB88lt 'NAI.
AS80CIATK >N
SPARRERaud ROSKIN P, A
Attorneys for Appliennt
I"" N. I'.iseavne Blvd., Miami
H/13-30-27 I" *
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is hereby oivbn thai
tin- undersigned, dealring to engage
in bualneaa under the flcrltlnua name
,.f WAONKR AND MEDOW nt SSI
Arthur Oodfre> Road, Miami Reach
Intend* t" reglater aald name with
the Clerk ,.f the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
DRS \v\i:\'i:i:
A\|i MEDAW I' A
SPARBRR ami ROSKIN P. A
Attorney for Applicant
tin, \ Risenj ne Dh 'i
Miami. Florida
B/\ '-"--'7 1" 1
1', i......-
At.,IL-
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE '
No. 79778-C
In RE: Kxtnle of
ANNA TftOCK
I '--. ease,!
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ami \||
Having cinims or Demand*
Sh mi Estate:
You are hereby notified ami required
to present any claim* ami demand*
i whi.h >-u may have agalnal ti -
eslate of ANNA TK.M'K ,,..,.,,"'I
lale ,,f Hade County, Florida I,. th-
Count* .ludav* of |>,|.. ,.,;, .....
. file Ihe same iii duplicate ami .,
I provide,l i Section ::::: i,; |.'i..i,,i
Statutes, in their offiees in u. (-,.u,..''
',.urih,,use in luule County Florida
within si\ calendar months' fr.,, ,i',,
I time of ih.- first publleaiion herei.l
I or Ih,- s.-inie ill he barred
Dated .it Miami. Florida, thi* "oi
,la\ ,.| AUfc'Ust. A. |> |.,i;S
tRVINO TROCK
As Administraii.i
Cum Testament,, Annexti
Flral publication of t! is noli, .
lb, 6th day of September, l!.v
i I Al HI'. I. i:ichi:i,
Attorney for
Administrator CTA
It \\. .i FlaglerSI .Miami.Fin
: >; ;
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File No 68 A-295
Chapter 20722 Acts of 194t
Nl "TICK IS HEKEIO til\ I-\
BEN KOSKIN holdei ,.t Cltj ol
l.oa Sale Certificate N'n |".i
ih,- '.Isi day of Jim A I' I Hi
fill ,l Kami in mi ol ril ami III
application for a lux ,l.. ,l m In
Ihei ."ii Sai,l Certificate.......... ..
ihe following deacrlbed property
ihe County ..i Dade, State ,.i i
1,,-M ii
l.ii -'7. Royal I'om, -:- i
l'lat Book Page la. inn. n,
of Miami. Count) of Dade, Stub
of Florida
This deed Will l-e issu> all other outstanding ilellnqueni
County taxes ami liens
The ass.-sslil.nl ,.| Sai,I propel,,
umbr ihe aald certificate wn* lit Iln
nun. ,.f Mi's Florence U Mann
I'nleaa said certificate shall hi n
deemed accordfng t, law. the pr.....rts
,1.-, ribeil herein will l- s..|,l i
highest bidder al the Courthouae I
on th. first Monday in the month nl
Oetober. I68, which is the 7lli .In
' of Oetober. 1!>S.
Dated this 1th ,lay of Septi mi -1
' l'.n.x
i: It LEATHERMAN,
Cb-rk of Circuit Court
Made County, Florida
By: P.P c.i'i DSTRAND
Deputy Clerk
(Cir. uit Court Scnli
i- -1::.: _: /
APPLICATION
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY C.IVEN that
il underaigtied, dealring t.....i--.il.
in l.usiness under the fictitious name
,.f OSCAR'S SI'NDRIES at TSS 4l-t
Street, Miami Beach, Fla. intend* to
reglater waltl name with th,- Clerk nf
il, Circuit Court ,,f Dade County.
Florida
s I < ISCAR SCHWEITZER
BIT!EXE I BMLICH
Attorney for
Anpll, am
2SI9 W Flugler Slreel
Miami. Florida
!/13-2-2" l" l
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
TAX DEED
Chapter 20722
Acts of 1941
File No. 68-A-266
NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVEN thai
BEN ROSKIN, holder '' Count} Tax
Sal, Certificates numbered i,:'". 1801
ami ,;:,x: laaued Ihe l~i day of June
a 11 1964. ha* riled aami in my office,
ami hi- in.i,I.- application for a lax
deed In l.,- laaued thereon Saul per-
in., ai.- embrace Ihe fnllowlns de*.
i il.. 'I pi..| ij ,n ih, i 'nunty ,.i Dade,
si;......f Florida, to wit:
l...i :.: Block ':. Fulford Highland*
i-i Add Pint Book 9 Page 81
in Ihe County of Dade, Stale
a Florida, as embraced In Cer-
lie Nn l:", Th, aaaeaamelit
of aald properly under the said
certificate laaued ".,- m the name
of Jack I.eVille.
I/.i ::i Block IS, Pulford High-
land* l.-t Add., l'lat Book H Page
xi n: the County ol Dade, stao-
of Florida, .,- embraced in Certifi-
i'i'i No 12*1, TI,,- aaaeaamenl of
sniil property umler the said cer-
tificate laaued was in the name oi
Jack l.-\ in.-
u>... of s\\', ,-f .m:1, ,.t SWVj,
Section ;: Township South
Range '-': Bast, containing 5 Acre*
niole ..I less. ill tile CoUllt.V of
Dudi. siai. ,.i Florida, as embrac-
ed in Certificate No. BURS. The
aaaeaamenl -f said properly under
th. aald certificate laaued Ma-
in the name of Barney I. Raskhi,
et III
I'nleaa aaid certificate* shall i- re-
deemed according to law, the property
described herein will be sold t,, the
higheal bidder al the court Honaa
door on the first Monday in the
month of October A.I>. Wax, which
i- the Tib .la., of October A l> IMS
Dated tin- 4th iliiv of September
A D. IS
F, R tiGATTTRRMAX
Cl.-ik ClrCUll Court.
I lade County. Florida
Bj P y. OCLDSTILVND
IVputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
a/6-13-20-^7
NOTICE OF
FOR TAX DEED
File No. 68-A-302
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
No-lici: IS HEREBY IHVKN that
BENJAMIN BOSKIN holder ol flu
of Hialeab Tax Sale C.rtlfical. Nn
;.:. issue,I the Mth day ,.r May, A I'
19(5, has lib-,I sum,- in my oft,..
has made application for n tax
to be issued tloie,.a Said Certificate
1'inlir:.....s the following described
property in the County oi Dade, Stai
,.f Florida, to-wil:
|.,l h Block '".4. Fifth Ad.In To
Town Of Hialeab. flat Book T
Page 93. Section iv Town*hl
s.iiiii Range li Bast, In Ihe Cltj
..I Hialeab. Count} of Dade. >
of Florida
Thi- ,1.....1 will be issued subject ti
all ..ihei outstanding delinquem
Countj tax,- ami lien*
The naaeaamen! nf said properU
under il,,- said certificate wa-
rn, in.- .a" Heirs nl Law of Stelli m II, i
l'nless said certificate shall hi n
deemed nccording to Inw. the nniperti
described herein w ill be sold 11
highest I.ill,I. r at Ihe Courthou*'
,.,, the flral Monday In the M-
(wtob, r. 1961. w lii.h i- the 7ih duv
,,, Oetober, 19a*.
Dated this lib fln) of Beplembi i
i'.,;-
E i: I BATHBRV ^ N
i ierk of i "Ircull Court,
l ia,I, i 'ount} Florid .
By; P. F Ot'l DSTRAND
11.mil, i 'lerk
h 'ircull Cowl Seni,
B
IN THE COUNTY JUOCE'S COUR1
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTS.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80286 A
In RE Batate of
l.l HIS 111 CM.
Deci H ll
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* ami All !'
Ing 'lann- or I i.-maial- At
1-7 1 .i t.
You are hereb) not Ifled and i nu
e,l to pr, sent anv claim* and i
which you ma) have Bgaln*t
al.....i Lolls I'.I'CH ,1... ,-
of Dndi County, Florida, to thi i
Judge* of Dane Count) nd I
sam< in dupllcatt id
In Section 733 10. i'l.n.la Hlntub -
iln-ir nfflce* in the Count) Coui
in Dade County, Florida, withl
calendar month* from '
the flral publication hereof
same will be barred
Dated al Miami. Florida.
da) of September, A l I

/- \| .1 KOPBi \ri"/
/- MILTON I'.I'CH
As Executor*
Plral publicatii.....f this "!''
the th da) nf Bentembet I!"'"
KENNETH M MVMKS
Attorney for Executor*
1 I."," S W Fit Sl Street
Miami. Florida
', li
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY C.IVK.N
the undersigned, deirtrtng to
in business under the fictitious
of KBVOE KoitNKi: ai n
Byron Avenue, Miami Beach. |-
Intend Io reglater sai,I name wli
Cl.rk of ihe Circuit Court "i
County, Florida
JACK 7. KBVOE
LILLIAN L\ KBVOE
FRISHMAN & FEIN
Attorneys for Jack t Kevoi
420 Lincoln Road.
Miami Bench. Flu. ,,..,
i. ,. I.:
1
nam*
7744
h '
I i.i.i.
^


Friday, September 13. 1968
+Jcnisli n-oridHan
Paae 15 3
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S
COURT IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY,FLORIDA
IN PROBATE
No. 79858
'.i KB: Estate (
mi llltA V BLA8,
I ..-ceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.i All Creditors and Ail Ptrwiu Hav-
ing Claims or 11. mai ils Ac......-i Said
hNiate:
n.'U are hereby n. 1 ifi .I and rciiuir-
r.l to present any l.iinis and demands
. h vim mav have again**! the
-i.le nf MURRAY BLAH, deceased
il. of Dade County, Florida, to the
i ..unly Judge, nf Hade Courtly, and
(He the Hume In duplicate nnd a a pm-
id.-d ill Section 733.1H. Florida Sta-
,ii.s. in thefr offices In the County
''..urthoUse In Pude County. Florida.
nllhfen fix calendar mnnllis from the
fir.-l puhllcatlnn hereof, or the name
a ill he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, tins 4tli
I iv of September. AD. 1968.
MFLHA 1I1.AX.
A* Executrix
First puhlleatlon of thin notice on
the f.'h day ol September. INS.
C.ROROBQU HERT
Attorney for Executrix
sniie SJ9,
. me Lincoln Itnnd lllw
Miami Beach, I'l.'i MB* ^ ,.lMi.w
DMFMV
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 79853
In 1!K: Estate of
JOSEPH ASH
"" NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agsinst Saul
*fmi ire hereby notlflad and reojsired
;.. preaenl any claims and demands
which yu may hat; against the
,-tale of JOSEPH ASH deceased late
Da.le County, Florida, to the Count)
ludges nf Dade Conty, and file the
-,me iii duplicate and us provided in
Sectloii 788.16. Florida statutes, in
On H- offices iii the county Courthouse
I ..ol. County, Florida, within six
i months from Hie lima ol the
flrsl publication hereof, or the same
Hill I.. barrel
ii,i.,i ,i Miami, Florida, this I6UI
riaj of August. A H l!iM. .....
swiii-: \sii. nxaci mix
SKY.MOI'R.1 SIMON. BXBCl'TOR
m mil Reach Flrsl National Bank
Itj James I.. Newman
Assistant Vice President and
Trual Officer
\- tdmlnistrator C T A
i i -i publication of ibis "l....."
tin .'.r.l da) f August, 1968
SIMON', MAYS t,
IIIIINDW ERG
\tlorneys for Batata
3iiI Arnsley Building
Miami, Florida 33133 ...
8,".'3-3ns 8-13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80078-A
in RE: Estate of
CR1.IA COHEN
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To au Creditors and All persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against BaM
IMnie:
You arc liereby notified and requlr-
..l to proaenl any claims and demands
tvhtah you may have against the
late of 'El.IA COHEN deceased
late of Hade county. Florida, to the I
'"..unly Judges of Dade County, and i
file the same in duplicate and aa
provided in Section 733.18. Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida.
ui'liln six calendar month- from the
time of the first publication hereof.
or ihe same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this lath
daj "f August. A.D. 1911
HARRIS HARRY COHHN
As Executor
Kind publication of this notice on
Hi. L'.ir.l day of August. IMS.
ANDREW 1. KENNEDY
Attorney for Kxe.-ulor
!i211 Sw Kill Sireel
Miami, Florida 33134
8/33-90 9/0-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKRBHY GIVEN that
Hie undersigned, desiring I" engage
in business! under the fictitious name
of r.M'i'u INTERNATIONAL at 1030
N W. Miami Court. Miami. Dade
County, Florida intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
CAPCO MANUFACTURING
CORP., a Florida
coriHirHilon. sole owner
SIIBVIN, IMIODMAN
A IIOLT'/.MAN
Attorneys for Applicant
346-66 Beybotd lluilding
Miami, Florida 331SZ
S/23-30 9/6-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS IIERKRY OTVBN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious, name
of TROIMCANA AI'TS. at 8101 Rls-
cnyne Boulevard, Miami. Florida In-
tends to register suid name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
TIHOIt HOLI/J
FINK & JACORSON
Attorneys for Applicant
8/2J-30 :< i;-13
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 79289-A
In RES: Estate ,,t
R< INAU) PAUL DRESNER
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and di ma lids
which you may Have against the es-
tate ..i RONALD I'M I. DKBSSNEK
lie, eased late Of Had. I'.iuill), Florida.
to the County Judge- i,t Dade County,
and I'll, tile same in duplicate .in.I as
provided In Section 738.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Count)
Courthouse In Dun,- County, Florida,
within six calendar months from toe
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Haied ai Miami, Florida, this 38th
day of August. A.D, 1968,
AI.VIN CHANIN and
SYLVIA ASH DRESNER
As Administrators
First publication of lilts notice on
the soth day of August, i-iris
A NORMAN DRUCKER and
MICHAEL, J. OFT F.I.MAN
Attorneys for Administrators
8135 liis.avii. Boulevard
8 30 9-6-13-20
LEGAL NOTICE
B re
on-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY HIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
m business under the fictitious names
of OREEN ItUIAU NURSING CENT-
ER and GREEN HRIAR NURSING
Hi IMF, at MJ0 North Kendall Drive,
Miami, Dade County, Florida, Intends
to register said name- with tin Clerk
of the Circuit Court of Hade County,
Florida
GREEN ItRlAR NITR8ING
III IMF. INC.
A Florida corporation
. By: MAX MIN8KY, PRESIDENT
i PINE AND JACOIt.SON
I Attorueys for
lOraen Briar Nursing Home, Inc.
l'H Baal Flagler Street
iliaml, Florida 33131
8/23-10 1/6-11
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undaralgVed, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of FLBETWOOD APARTMENTS at
721-731 lllltmorc Way, Coral Gables,
Dmde County, Florida intends to regist-
er said name with the Clerk of the
Circuit Court of Dade County. Florida.
SIDNEY MASKOE
721-731 Blltmore Way
Coral Gabies, Florida
MARTINS. SCHWARTZ
Attorney for
SIDNKY IIASKOB, Owner
______ x :in 9/6-13-20
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to angage
in business under lb.- fictitious name
of WILLIAM .1. GOLDWOTRN al 1699
Coral Way, Miami. Florida UI4B in -
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dad.
County, Florida.
WII.I.IAM .1 GOLD WORN P.A.
A Professional Service Corporation
HY: WII.I.IAM J OOLDWORN,
I'ri'sident
_ 8/30 9/6-1J-30
"in the county judges court
in and for dade county.
florida in probate
No. 77610-B
In RE: Estate of
ROSE CATHERINE NOBLE
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AU Creditors and Ml Persanu Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are liereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
the estate of HUSK CATHERINE
NOBLE deceased late of Dade County.
to the County Judges of Hade County,
and file the same in duplicate and
us provided in Section 733.16, Florida
statutes, iii their offices in the County
Courthouse in Hade County, Florida
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication In red,
or the. same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 36th
day of August, A.D. 1968.
A. JAY CRIBTOL
As Administrator
First publication of Ibis notice on
the 30th day of August. lfliiX
ci'tSTnl. Iti 1SI-:
Attorney for Administrator
81 N.K. Flral Avenue
Miami. Florida ami .,,_.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-13260
SUIT FOR
TEMPORARY AND PERMANENT
MODIFICATION OF CHILD
CUSTODY DECREE
HELEN IIOYAJ1AN,
Plaintiff,
vs
0 HOU1ER JBRNUDD,
I let. tola 111
T< i n. Holger Jernudd
616 South Hancock Street
Pentwater, Michigan 19419
You <; HOLGER JERNI'D
hereby notified thai a Hill of
plaint foi Temporary and Permanent
Modification ..f child Custody Decree
has been fil.-d against you. and you
are required to serve a copy of your
Answ.r or Pleading to the Bill ..r
Complainl on Ihe plaintiffs Attorney,
SINCLAIR, I.OC1S ft HCTTOE, 1646
Alfred I. dul'ont Ituildlng. .Miami,
Florida and file the original Answer or
Flea.ling in the office of the Clerk of
the Circuit Court on or before the
3wih day of September. 1968. If you
fail to do so. judgment by default
will he taken against you for the re-
lief demanded in the" inn of Com
plaint.
This notice shall he published once
ea.h week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FIXMUDIAN.
I MINE AND ORDBRFD at Miami.
Florida, this 28th day of August.
K II LBATHBRMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Hade Couiit\. Florida
By: c P. COPBLAND
Deputy Clerk
SINCLAIR, l.OCIS ft HCTTOE
li-iO Alfred I. dul'ont lluilding
Miami. Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
8/30 9-ti-t3-2n
N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80249-C
-in HE: Estate of
ALICE M. T1ERNEY
I 1 .....eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Batata:
You ai. hereby nolil'ieU and reqtfU*-
I oil to present any claims and demands
I which you may have against file es-
tate of ALICE M. TIBRNEY din-eased
I late of Hade County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Hade County, and
' file the sain.- in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 7:i3.1. Florida Sta-
tutes, in their offices iii the Counly
c.iuitiiuuse in Dade County, Florida,
within si.\ calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will In: barred.
Haled at Miami, Florida, this
day of August, A.D. 1963
0EUROB .1. TAIJANOI-'F
A- Kxecutor
i First publication of this not ice ,
ib. :',.itii day of August. 1969
TALIANoFF. WALLER
ft BBROKR
Attorneys for Executor
420 Line,In Road
Miami Beach, I'lorida
8'30 9 6-13-20
L'li
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY (J1VEN thai
the undersigned, desiring lo engage
in business under ihe fictitious name
of KAY SOKOLOW d b/a THE
SCENE at 1326 S.W. 75th Avenue,
Miami. Florida intend lo register
said name with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Court of Hade County, Florida
KAY 80KOU >w
100 percent
GOLDMAN, GOLDSTEIN ft
PACZIBR
8401 W. Flagler Street
.Miami. Florida 3313S
Attorneys for Applicant
23-3" 9/4-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
MOTICK IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of WHITE SHARK INN at .'.240 W.
Flagler Btreet intend to register said
name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
W, .1. IMRTBR
MILDRED M roilTF.lt, Ins wife
Sol.- i iwncrs
K ESS Li: U. M A SB B V ft
IIECKBRMAN
Attorney for Applicants
p.'. Blltmore Way, Coral Oables
s 30 9/6-13 26
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of NORTH DADE ACTn HARTS,
inc ai n;v.'; v \\ .'Tib \\. niie.
Opa Locka. Florida Intend t.> register
said name wild the Clerk of Ihe
Cir.-uit Curl of Hade County, I'lorida
ARMANIS > MAN I'1.1. HERRERA
HARRY KEENAN
ROY S. WHILE
jack .1 WEISS
Attorney for
North Hade Auto Parts. Inc.
8/23-3" f.-13
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT '
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 801S9-A
In RE: Fslat. of
l-'l. He.ease.l.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All I'll sons
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the
state of FLORENCE D. WERNER
deceased lat,- of Dade county, Florida,
to the County Judges of Had. County,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.16, Florida
statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Hade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will lie barred.
Hai.d at Miami. Florida, this 23rd
day of August, A.D. liniS.
VIRGINIA McCLCRE
As Admlnistrnrix
First publication of this notice OH
ihe 30th day of August. 1963
MORTIMER S. COHEN
Attorney for Admlnlstrarix
1406 Ainsl. y lildg .Miami.
I'lorida 33133
s/30 B/4-13-S6
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 79738-C
In RE: Estate of
I.OIIS J. KltK.M
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and reojulred
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against Ihe es-
tate of l.lil'IS .1 KREM deceased late
of Dade county, Florida, to the County
Judges of Had. County, and file the
same in duplicate and as provided in
Section 783.16, I'lorida Statutes, iii
their offices in the County courthouse
in Hade County, Florida, within six
calendar months from the lime of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
Haled til Miami. Florida, this 38th
day of August, A.D, J968,
S HCGHBTTE KREM
As Executrix
First publication of this uol......n
Ho ::i"b duy nf August, 1968
SHEVI.N, Hi i| i\l.\\ a
HOLTZ.MAN
Attorno for Exi utrlx
346-!>n s. vbold lluilding
Miami, Florida
s :;.i fi-ii-13-20
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 79970-A
In RE. Estate "t
HELENE 1> PERLMAN
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate
YOU are hereby notified and requir-
ed to presdnt any claims and demands
which mil may have against the es-
tate of HELENE D. PERLMAN
deceased late Of Hade County. Florida.
to the County Judges of Dude County,
and file tile same iii duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Hade County. Florida,
within' si\ calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will he barred.
Haled at Miami, Florida. Ibis 36th
day of August, A.D. 1968.
ItOBERT PERLMAN
Executor
First publication of this notice on
the 30th day of August, 1968.
A. NORMAN DRUCKER
Attorn, y for i:\eculor
2ii'.'> Blscayne Boulevard,
Miami, I'lorida
i ::.i 6-13-30
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION NO. 68-13612
NOTICE OF SUIT OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
LINDA RATTBT,
Plaintiff
vs.
IICItl.KY JORDAN RATTBT,
Defendant
in HURLEY JORDAN RATTBT
c o Shoe King
SOS Washington Street
Boston, Mass.
VOH. Hl'RLBY JORDAN KATTI.I
are hereby notified that a Mill of Com-
plain' for Hivorcc lla- been I I led
against VOU, slid you arc to serve a
c.pv ,.f your Answer or Pleading lo
the mil of Complaint on ihe Plaintiffs
attorney, DlNN ami JOHNSON, 11*
Blscayne lluilding. 19 Weal FI agl. -r
Street, Miami. Florida 33130, and file
il.....rlginal Answer or Pleading In the
rfi,.....f the clerk of Ihe Circuit
Court ......r before the Hill day Ol
October. 1968. If you fail to do so,
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall he published pnee
each week for lour consecutive weeks
n THE JEWISH FLORiniAN.
DONE and ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, 'Ins 4th day of September.
V"'" B It LI'.ATIIKIIMAN'
Cbi-k. Circuit Court
I lade County, Florida
B> N A HBWBTT
Deput> Clerk
(Circuit '"ouri s.ali
HI NN and JOHNSON
410 Biscay lie Building
Miami, Florida 33130
Attorneys for Plaintiff
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
Ho undersigned, desiring lo engage
in business under ib. fictitious name
nl IBEL HARDEN APARTMENTS
ai il Island Avenue, Belle Isle, Miami
Beach, Florida intend to register
-aid name with the Cbi-k of the cir-
cuit Conn ni Dade County, Florida
RICHARD J. ABEL TRUST
Beatrice F. Abel
111 allice II Krakoff
MYERS, KAPLAN .v PORTER
Attorneys for Registrants
I ISO 8.W Isi Street, Miami. Fhv
: 6-18-30-87
,, NOTICE OF -4
WREHOUlEMAN'S SALEl
NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVEN II I
bj virtue of Chapter 67S of PlOrlln
statutes Animtajril (1941), War
hagEnften and warehouse Receip -.
Wherein ABE VAN 1.INFS a Florida
corporatltin bj virtue of iis warehouse
lien has in its possession the folhi -
nit described property:
\'~-<-i) Household floods as the property
of MR. LARKY MANN, whose It -i
known adilress was !'. i i. It. IU7*.,
Golden Gate Estates, Naples. Fin. and
Uial "ii the 4th day of October. 19*8
during the l.gal hours of sale, mainly
between 11:00 forenoon and 3:06 in the
afternoon al 8136 N.W. 24th Avenue,
Miami, Florida, the undersiirned shall
offer for sale to th. highest bid. r
for .-ash in bund the BbOVO describ d
property of MR. I\RRY MANN.
Dated at Miami, Florida .this '-it
day of September, 186S.
9/13-25 .
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
Case No. liK-mtr.
DIANE McCACSLANH, f
Plaintiff
vs
ei<;i:n b MoCATJSLAnd.
Defendant f
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR DIVORCE
TO: EI'GENE McCACSl-ANH
42iid Street
White House Station
New Jersev
TOU, ECGENE McCAVSLAND,
hereby notified thai a Complaint i r
Divorce has been filed against > and you are required to serve a iy
of yur .Answer or Pleading to t" o
Complaint for Divorce on the Plal -
tiff's Attorney, RONALD l. DAVIS,
Esq., 417 Blscayne lluilding 19
W. Flagler Street. Miami, Florida
34180 Phone: 379-3861, and file I!
original Answer or Pleading in till
office of the Clelk of the CllVUit
Court on or before the "III dav -i
October, 1968, If you fall to do M,
Judgmenl by default will be taken
against you for the relief demand d
in the i onrplalnl for Dlvon e
THIS NOTICE shall be publish"!
...... each w..k for four ......secuti e
w.ks in THE JEWISH PLORIDI \
I M >NB AND oil! lEREI I Hi Mil i i,
I'lorida. this 9th dav nf VugUSt, I : -.
i: II LB tTHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court
Had,- i 'ouniv. Florida
By: c P i irKl.ANn
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Coin l Seal i
:. 6-13-36 :
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERBRY GIVEN th r
ih. undersigned, deslrina to engage
in business under the fictitious nam -
of RENTE and FINKEIJJTEIN:
RENTE .<^'\ FINKEL8TE1N P.A. lit
1730 N F li'.Tib Str..t, North Mlani
Beach intend- to register said nam -
with ib.- Clerk of the Circuit Cou
of Hade County, Florida.
DBS. RENTE and
FINKEI.STEIN
Professional Association
RPARBER KOSKIN P.A.
Attorneys for Applicants
inn N. Blscai lie Hlvd.
8 30 9/6-13-31
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN t)i t
th*- undersigned, desiring to cngav -
in business under the fictitious nam.
of TIGERETTBS and TIOBRETTES,
INC. at !"lt Ainsley lluilding. Mian- .
Florida Intends to register said nam- "
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court f
County, Florida.
TIOBRETTBB, INC.
a Florida eoriKiratlon
Sole owner
teed Toomey. President
MARVIN l WIENER, BSQ,
1313 Ainsley lluilding, Miami, FTa,
Attorney for Tlgerettes, Inc.
s 3" 9/6-13-30
I lade
By;
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-12614
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARGARET V SWAIN, j
Plaintiff, ]
vs
CALVIN SWAIN. JR.,
Defendant 1
Ti i: CALVIN SWAIN. JR.
Rnuti : Box 147
fair... Georgia 31728
Y..U. CALVIN SWAIN". JR.. are
hereby notified that Bill of Con -
plaint for Divorce has been fill
against vu. and you arc required t.
-,n, i.....n> of your Answer or Plead-
lug io the Mill of Complaint on thi
plaintiff's attorney. LESTER ROf!
BRS, ESQ., 999 N.W. 14th gtrei
Miami. I'lorida and file the origin..
Answer or Pleading in the office of
ib. clerk of ihe circuit Court on oi
before the L'Tib day of SOpttmbei
1968 if von fail to do so. judgm. M'
by d.fauit will be taken against you
for the r. II. f demanded in the Ihi
of Complaint.
This notice shall be published one
each week for f.-ur consecutive weekj
in THE JEWISH Fl.olillilAN
DONE *ND ORDERED at Mlam
Florida, this 16th day of August \ D
tot
F. It LBATHBRMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court, Hade County, Florida
By: C. P. i-oi'El.AND
Donuiy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal!
LESTER R< M1ERR, BSQ.
.' \ W Mib Street
Miami. Florida
l7i-v"':' 38-809/6-13
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha'
ih, undersigned, desiring lo engagi
business under the fictitious najni n
AOENCIA BCONOMICA CI'HAN \ h
1601 s W 1si sire.-t, Miami. Fla. In
tends to register said name wiib Hi.
Clerk of ih. Circuit Court of Dads
County, Florida.
AOENCIA RCONOMICA
de TRAMITACION de
RESIDBNCIA, INC.
\ Florida Coi p.
WALTERS, MOORE
,v COSTANZO
Attorneys for Applicant
lntlS Ainsley llldg.. Miami
s .in ii >;- i.i-o


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Package Processing Log
4/3/2013 4:16:08 PM Error Log for AA00010090_02067 processed at: 4/3/2013 4:16:08 PM
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4/3/2013 4:16:08 PM Item title is required but not supplied!
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