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The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
September 20, 1968

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
September 20, 1968

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 35317254
lccn - sn 96027667
ocm35317254
System ID:
AA00010090:02068

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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of North Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1985)
Related Items:
Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Jewish Floridian of South County
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Jewish Floridian of Tampa
Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
Jewish weekly
Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper


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T cJewish Floridian
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Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 41 Number 38
Miami, Florida, Friday, September 20, 1968
Ten Sactions Price S2.: 3
SHAN AH TOY AH 5729
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
ROSH HASH AN AH EDITION 1968


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Friday, September 20
In This Issue
Bar Mirzvahs
Brides' Pages
Ondlelighting Time
Editorial Page
Items of Interest by Gerald Schwartz
Jewish Quiz Box by Rabbi Samuel Fox
Joseph Alsop....................................
Marian Sneider's Column
Obituaries
People and Places ......._......______
Rabbis on Television .........._..................
Real Estate .................._.............____
Religious Services ........._.........______.....
"Round Town ........
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Synopsis of the Weekly Portion .............._
Whafs Cooking, by Rosalind S. Zonse. ....._
Where to Din* ........ ........................................
Women of the Week by Francos Lehman
The Rabbi Spooks from His Pulpit __......._
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Special Holiday Features
Rabbis Cognizant of Challenge by Rabbi Samuel Jaffe .
Sephardim by Seymour B. Liebman ................................
Jewish Artists and Art by Alfred Werner ...............
Days I Remember by Nathan Ziprin............................
Jews Secure in Brazil by David Markus ...
Cleansing Time by Dr. Samuel Silver
The Shofar is Blown by David Schwartz ........................
Film Folk by Herbert G. Luft ..............
Our Sense of Responsibility by Leon Kaplan
Economic Strength Assures Peace by James Albert
Archeology and Historv by Dr. Avraham Biran
British Jews by S. J. Goldsnvth
A Jewish Rip van Winkle by Jack Siegel
20 Years of Progress in Israel
The 16 Jewish Holidays...........................
Jewish Education by Dr. Azriel Eisenberg
Israeli Artists by Murray S Greenfield ...........
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Enough is Enough by Ethel Levey
Secret of Jewish Survival by Rabbi Samuel Umen
A Jew and His Father by David B. Lee
Mexico's Jewish Community by Chaim Lazdeiski
I Was One Of The Lucky Ones by Trude Dub
The Pilgrimage Serves Ts Unite by Dr. Harry Rabinowicz
Shofar Blows to Awaken Us by Ben Nathan
In the Shadows of Grandpa's Schul by Herbert L. Carson
Jews Desire a Fuller Jewish Life by H. Schachter
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Friday. September 20, 1968
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Ugj,
We of B'nai B'rith extend
Greetings for the New Year
THE OFFICERS AND BROTHERS OF THE
28 LODGES WHICH COMPRISE THE B'NAI B'RITH
COUNCIL OF SOUTH FLORIDA LODGES
ARE PLEASED TO WISH OUR FELLOW JEWS A
HEALTHY, HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR.
WE INVITE ALL OUR BRETHREN TO JOIN WITH US IN
THE WORK THAT IS TO BE DONE TO MAKE OUR
WORLD BETTER TO LIVE IN FOR ALL HUMANITY -
JOIN WITH US IN THE TEACHINGS OF OUR C?DER -
BENEVOLENCE, BROTHERLY LOVE AND HARMONY
SA.VUEL PASCOE
President
B'nai B'rith Council
of South Florida Lrd;jes
COUNCIL OFFICERS 1968-1969
LODGE
OFFICERS OF FLORIDA STATE ASSOCIATION OF B NAI B'RITH LODGES
President
Vice-President
Viee-Presie^nf
Vice-President
Vice-President
Vice-President
Secretary
Treasurer
SAMUEL PASCOE, 100 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach (Miami Beach)
JACK ROSENBERG, 1719 Miami Gardens Dr., N.M.B. (Albert Einsteiin)
BERNARD M. P0TLOCK, 1043S S.W. 96th St., Miami (Gilbert J. Bahcin)
JOSEPH MONDRES, 1100 est nve., rftiami Beach (Maccabee)
JEROME C. NEWCORN, 18720 N.W. loth Rd., Miami (Me Ami)
STANLEY G. MILLER, 1712 S.W. 84th Ct., Miami (Coral Gables)
RICHARD L. MARKS 1800 N. 48th Ave., Hollywood (Chni
MAURICE J. FINEGOLD, 475 N.E. 50th Tor., Miami (Coral Gables)
President
President-Elect
Vice-President
Vice-President
Secretary
Treasurer
8ERNARD LANGBERG, 420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, 33139
STANLEY HIRSCH, 8715 Thornwood Lane, Tampa, 33615
BARRY M. POTL0CK, 10435 S.W. 96th Street Miami, 33156
ROBERT ROTH, P.O. Box 1701, Jacksonville, 32217
CHARLES J KOSS0VE, P.O. Box 53, North Miami Beach, 33160
NAT ESK0W, 4006 Kasper Drive, Orlando 32806
COUNCIL TRUSTEES 1968-1969
BERNARD AUSTEIN (Freedom Lodge)
JACK BURSTER (Nortn !>nore Loage)
ROBERT GROVER (Hatikvah lodge)
SIDNEY KATES (Ft. Lauderdale lodge)
CHARLES K0SS0VE (Harmony Lodge)
TRUSTEES
HERMAN NUDELMAN (Freedom Lodge)
IRVING SCHATZMAN (Miami Beach Lodge)
WILLIAM SHEADE (North Shore Lodge)
NOAH SMYLER (Coral Gables Lodge)
WILLIAM THOMPSON Sholem Lodge
SUPREME LODGE OFFICER IN FLORIDA
E. ALBERT PALLOT, Vice President, 1504 DuPont Building, Miami
HONORARY TRUSTEES
JACK M. FINK (Miami Beach Lodge) BERNARD LANGBERG (Harmony lodge)
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN (Sholem Lodge) SAMUEL NIEBERG (Coral Gables Lodge)
JOSEPH GORINSTE'N (Hatikvah Lodge) MARK RUBIN (Pro-Bus Lodge)
ARTHUR HORWITZ (North Dade Lodge) MICHAEL S0SSIN (Miami Beach lodge)
ELI HURWITZ (Sholem Lodge) LEO STEINMAN (Corol Gables lodge)
JACK KIRSCHBAUM (Sholem Lodge)
DISTRICT FIVE OFFICER IN FLORIDA
HON. PAUL SEIDERMAN, President-Elect, 3510 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach
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No. 1682
NOAH SMYLER
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FT. LAUDERDALt LODGE
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LARRY FREEMAN
2209 N.E. 19 Ave., Wilton Manor
CHAI LODGE
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PETE* COOPER
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PETER BLUESTHN
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BIN NIRON
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GILBERT J. BALKIN LODGE
No. 2079
SIDNEY POTLOCK
7875 S.W. 17 Tor., Miami
HARMONY LODGE
No. 2463
MAX WEITZ
941 N.E. 170 St., N.M.B.
ME-AMI LODGE
No. 2393
BERNARD JACKSON
12630 N.E. IstCt., N.Miami
PRO-BUS LODGE
No. 2672
ARTHUR J ENGLAND, JR.
100 Biscayne Blvd. N., Miami
SHOLEM LODGE
No. 1024
RICHARD SCHULMAN
8930 S.W. 56 Tor., Miami
SOUTH DADE LODGE
No. 2337
MORRIS GUCKMAN
783S S.W 133rd St.
FREEDOM LODGE
No. 2421
BERNARD AUSTEIN
9881 t Bay Harbor Dr.
Bay Harbor Wand
HATIKVAH LODGE
No. 2362
MAX BRESLOW
407 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
JUDEA LODGE
No. 2500
SIDNEY WEIN
7908 W. Miramar Blvd., Miramar
L'CHAIM LODGE
No. 2650
BARRY KUTUN
420 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
MACCABEE LODGE
No. 2579
JOSEPH R. MONDRES
1100 West Ave, 620 M Beach
MIAMI BEACH LODGE
No. 1591
MALCOLM FROMBERG
19 W. Flagier St., Miami
NORTH DADE LODGE
No. 2043
LEONARD PIANIN
1521 N.W.179th Tor., Miami
NORTH SHORE LODGE
No. 1744
NORMAN M. SOVIN
407 Lincoln Rd., Miami Beach
GOLD COAST LODGE
No. 2608
SIGMUND DAWER
5101 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
ALBERT EINSTEIN LODGE
No. 2610
GEORGE ROSENBERG
18642 N.E. 18 Ave., N.M.B.
BRANDEIS LODGE
No. 2705
ABE STERN
2759 Leonard Dr., N.M.B.
SINAI LODGE
No. 2709
VICTOR SIEGEL
19001 N.E.14 th Ave., N.M.B.
SCOPUS LODGE
No. 2718
JOSEPH N. SANDWEISS
6326 S.W. 12th St., Miami
WEITZMAN LODGE
No. 2727
IRVING J. WEISMAN
1300 N.E. 191st St. N.M.B.
HOTEL EXEC. HOSPITALITY
LODGE No. 2690
JULES SLANSKY
Crown Hotel
4041 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
ISRAEL LODGE
No. 2676
HARRY J. GARFINKEL
1551 Miami Gardens Dr., N.M.B.
DEDICATION LODGE
No. 2743
WILLIAM KAHN
1690 N.E. 191st St., N.M.B.
HERE'S WHY YOU SHOULD
BELONG TO B'NAI B'RITH...
to identify with the Jewish community
to help fight anti-Semitism and all bigotry
to help build character in our youth
to build mi informed Jewry
to help promote human rights and human dignity
to work for your community
to help Israel
to promote good citizenship
to provide vocational service for young people
to service the armed forces and veterans in hospitals
TO SERVE YOUR COMMUNITY, YOUR COUNTRY AND HUMANITY EVERYWHERE!
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vJmisti Ftcridlain
Friday. September 2G, 1968
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HAPPY N EW YEAR
Prayers For Peace and Justice
After A Year Of Turbulence
The clearest sign of the rapid pace of our
times is the fact that as it draws to a close,
each year seems uniquely eventful and signifi-
cant in all areas of human endeavor.
As the New Year approaches and 5728
departs, we look back upon a broad panorama
cf developments, some of them immediately
r.r parent in their effect on the court of history,
many of them assuming significant proportions
only after the passage of time, but all of them
profoundly influencinq our lives.
Throughout the world, the past year has
ceen one of unusual turbulence.
For Israel, the difference between New Year.
5728 and New Year, 5729 has been one of
marked contrast.
Last year at this time, with Israel's stunning
victory in the Six-Day War still fresh in the
minds and heart of Jews throughout the world,
little thouqht was immediately given to the in-
evitable reaction on the part of the Arabs and
their Kremlin allies.
Probably least expected at that time was
the prospect of the world community and the
United Nations in particular, assuminq a pos-
ture of complete indifference to the ravaqes of
the continuina Arab terror campaiqn aqainst
Israeli lives and property.
Yet, to a qreat extent, that is what has
happened durinq the past year.
Notwithstandinn an El Fatah terror cam-
paian that did not even soare Israeli hospitals
as targets of sabotage and murder the Security
Council reproached Israel for daring to strike
back in the nation's own defense.
But if events proved that Israel could not
rely on the world community for its protection
from Arab aggression, it became increasingly
clear as the year progressed that the security
position of the Jewish State was far stronger
today than it was before the Six-Day War.
Cairo, Damascus and Amman are now only a
short distance from Israel's front lines where
once Jerusalem and Tel Aviv were within range
of Arab guns.
* *
Israelis Have Confidence
Even more important is the fad that the
improved security position has given the Is-
raelis renewed confidence in the nation's ability
to defend itself, a confidence that has been
heiqhtened by the dismal failure so far of the
Arab saaotaoe attacks to inflict any military
discdvantaqe on Israel.
Several scores of Israelis have been killed
end wounded by terrorists, mainly in border
creas, but hundreds of terrorists have been
killed and more than a thousand were captured
end are in Israeli prisons.
Israelis also now feel that time is workinq
:r. their favor and aaainst the A."abs in the lenq
ran. The fact is the technolcaical qap be-
tween the Arabs and Israel is increasinq. As
technolcqy becomes ever more important in
Israel's defense structure, the nation's security
.ill improve with time.
Of course, much will depend on Israel's
acquiring sophisticated hardware to maintain
:ts technological adventcqe. Fcr this she will
heve to look increasingly to the United States
and one can only hope that the expressions of
err"mitmnt to support the lewish State voiced
bv both Presidential candidates will not be for-
gotten after the elections.
Po<~rirding th** lo^-standim t'aaedv of
v^-'d J3wrv divided b" the Iron Certain, the
--~rt "orrj- Im seen a rr.im^er of dvaionm>nt".
v/fA,

The most significant of these was the visit
to the United States of Moscow Chief Rabbi
Yehuda Leib Levin, an event that qave rise to
hopes of increasinq contact between western
Jewry and East European Jewry. Little has
occurred to bolster the validity of these hopes
but our prayers fcr the cominq year can cer-
tainly focus on the welfare of our brethren in
Communist lands.
Rabbi Levin's visit made quite plain th3
fact that our fellow Jews in the Soviet Union
are still not tree to express th #r sense of identi-
fication with Jews everywhere and they con-
tinue to suffer repression in their reliqious edu-
cational and cultural life. Nearly two years
ago a Soviet spokesman promised that Je'3
in the Soviet Union would be allowed to rejoin
their families in other lands. Today that pledge
remains unfulfilled.

East European Jewry
One of the most disturbirq events in Euro-
pean Jewish life has been the revival of thJ
centuries-old teebniaue usd often bv the Nozii
which blamed the Jews for the economic or
social failures of the coun'rv.
First "the Zionis's" and ther, Tews in qeno*al
we'e the scc^eooats of the aoi'a'.ion the* -?*->r -H
in Poland. With t^e Russian :nva=ion of C*"*"1 -
cslovakia. Zionists and Jews were attached
aaain.
In our pravers for the Hiah Holv Days, we
must stress our concern and our hone tb-t.
somehow, the recent stiTinas c! freedom fcr
Jews and c'hers will not have been sr>"ffed out
in Poland. C7echo ""Jewish Floridlan

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Puhlinhtd ovi ry Friday Fince IM1 bf The Jewish Floridlan
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The Jewish Floridian has absorbed the
Jewish Unity and the Jewish Weekly.
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News Service. National Editorial Assn.,
Amer.can Assn. of English.Jewrsh News-
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Friday, Ssptember 20. 1968
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Volume 41 Number 33
cf Eastern Europe desoite the attempts at re-
pression by the Kremlin.
In the year ahead, the knowledqe of our
concern must give the Jews behind the Iron
Curtain courage to maintain their religious
identity in the face of all obstacles.
Tr.o past vear has seen an intensification
of pressures in the direction of peace. This has
been foit particularly in the struqqle in South-
east Asia.

Hope For Peace In Viet Nam
The negotiations that opened in Paris'ear-
lier in the year have still yielded no results
and os thev continue in the months ahead our
nraycrs will be directed toward a speedy end
to c conf'icl that has taken a traaic toll of the
p?r-le in Viet Nam, has cost the lives of thou-
sa: c'- r' Anvr'cans and has split our nation.
Here at ho-ne. 'ov"': c:v'l strife and an atmosphere that
has q'-e-i ri^e to widespread iictinq in areas of
r n-n "-r of cities and a oenera! acceptance of
v;-l>--. nn c; He.
O:-? of the contributions cf Judaism to world
P'vi'izct'on has been the messaae that souqht
to convince mankind that hatred, oppression
and resort to arms will never solve the prob-
lems of man and that man's peace and happi-
ness will derive not from minhi or power but
throuah a Divine spirit of love and under-
standinq.
The active involvement of Jews in the
strunoles cf man in all parts cf the world was
underscored recently by the efforts undertaken
by Jewish crqanizations in Greater Miami ar.H
throughout the nation in behalf of the victims at
traaic war, starvation and disease In faro:!
Biafra.
The vear has been one of ttrtn* crisis for
the world, for our country and for Israel and
even as we approach the Nw Year, clouds ol
troub'e. tension and war have qripped th?
Middle East once aqain.
Aqain this year, the overridina nsed is for
peace.
Alonq with peaoe, ^owe-'-* "inst come a1-,
end to poverty, sufferi"" a-o' ~--,Te Only with neoce onn p-:~ for c1' can o,r
nation and rr>ank:nd turn to th' ?osV oh<*"d
with a unity and determination that will mak?
us worthy of Divine ble33inq.


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Friday. September 20. 1968
MrM Hcrktlan
Pacre 5-A.
Hadassah, UOJC Join Congress
GENEVA Df. Nahum Gold
mann, president of "ie World Jew-
ish Congress,.welcome* this week
the affiliation of two A.nerican-
Jewish organizations wilh the WJC
Hadassah. the women's Zionist
Organization of America and the
Union of Orthodox Jewish Congre-
gations. Dr. Goldmann said the
move was a step forward toward
the achievement of Jewish unity
MBS. KOSl HALMWi
and that it would enable the WJC
to play a larger role in American
; Jewish life with regard to the
, problems of world Jewry.
The affiliation of these two
l great organizations," Dr. Gold-
! mann declared, "will enable the
World Jewish Congress and its
American Section to play an in-
creasing role in American Jewish
'He with regard to problems of
world Jewry. The nigh intellectual
calibre and dedication of their
leadership will be an invaluable
source of strength to the WJC."
Dr. Goldmann also welcomed
the election of Mrs. Rose Halprin
as chairman of the American Sec-
tion of the WJC.
A former chairman of the Jew-
ish Agency. American Section. Inc
she is presently cochairman of the
World Confederation of General
Zionists.
Dr. Nussbaum was elected
honorary chairman of the Ameri-
can Section, WJC. and Jacob Katz-
man was reelected chairman of
the Administrative Committee of
the Section.
Constituents of the American
Section of the WJC are: American
Jewish Congress, Hadassfh. Union
of ^rfliodox Jewish Congregations
of America, Zionist Organization
of America. Farband, Pioneer
Women, B'nai Zion, Mizrachi-
Hapoel Hamizrachi, Labor Zionist
Organization of America, Poale
Agudath Israel. Americans for Pro-
gressive Israel. United Zionists-
Revisionists of America and'United
Labor Zionist Party.
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The Arab. 50-year-old Ahmed
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+Jewlsi> Her Mian
Friday, September 20, 1968
Armed Forces Attend Services Around Globe
N i:\\ vorkThe world's largest
Jewish congregationthousands of
Jewish men wearing the uniform
of the U.S. Armed Forceswill at
fend Rosh Hashanah (Jewish New
Yean and Yom Kippur (Pay of
Atonement) services through glob-
al arrangements made by the Na-
tion; Jewish Welfare Board. Rabbi
Selwyn I). Ruslander, chairman of
the JWB Commission on Jewish
Chaplaincy and spiritual leader of
Temple Israel. Dayton. Ohio, has
announced.
Men in Viet Nam. those assigned
to ships at sea and remote weather
and radar stations, and those at
more than 700 other overseas and
domestic military posts will par-
Meeting Set For Thursday
Jewish War Veterans. Miami
Beach Auxiliary 330 was to have
met Thursday at the American
Lesion Hall. 1828 Alton Rd.
ticipate in these observances High
Holy Day services have also been
arranged for hospitalized Jewish
veterans.
Rosh Hashanah will usher in the
Jewish \ear 5729 at sundown on
Sunday. Sept. 22. and will continue
through sundown 00 Tuesday. Sept.
24. Yom Kippur will begin at sun-
down Tuesday. Oct. 1. and will end
at nightfall on Wednesday. Oct. 2.
JWB is the government accredit-
ed agency for religious, morale
: and welfare services to Jews in
i fhe U.S. Armed Forces, their fami-
! lies, and Jewish patients in Vet-
erans Administration hospitals.
Through the JWB Commission on
Jewish Chaplaincy, rabbis are re-
cruited and granted ecclesiastical
endorsement. The Chaplaincy Com-
mission also provides orientation,
guidance. High Holy Day program
j materials and literature to Jewish
1 chaplains throughout the military
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH
CEMETERY ASSOCIATION
GREETS THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
ON THE NEW YEAR 5728
AND ANNOUNCES
Community
Memorial Services
"HONORING OUR BELOVED DECEASED IS A PART
OF OUR HIGH HOLIDAY REPENTANCE"
RELIGIOUS SERVICES WILL BE HELD AT THE
Jewish Section of
Woodlawn Park Cemetery
3260 S.W. 8th STREET
Sunday, September 29,1948
11:00 A.M.
Rabbi Sol landau
Rabbi Solomon Schiff Rabbi Max Shapiro
WILL OFFICIATE
Cantor William W. Lipson and Maurice Mamches
WILL CHANT THE LITURGY

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a
ALSO AT THE
Mount Sinai
Memorial Park Cemetery
1125 N W 137th STREET (Op* Lock* Blvd.)
Sunday, September 29,1968,
2 OO R.M.
Rabbi Solomon SchHf Rabbi Shmaryahu Swirsky
MM Sol lomdmv
WILL OFFICIATE
Cantor Wmrice Mmmcbos
WILL CHANT THE LITURGY
O
V
$
SEATS AND A TENT WILL BE SET UP
PRAYFRBOOKS WILL BE FURNISHED
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY tS CORDIALLY INVITED

HYMAM CHAtNER
President
FREDRIC ROStNTHAL
Vice President
establishment.
Jewish Chaplains Franklin C.
Brealau and Bruce M. Freyer were
recently joined in Viet Nam by
Chaplains Mark A. Golub. Jack Os-
trovsk) and Harold Wasserman.
In their Rosh Hashanah greeting
to the American Jewish communi-
ty, the five Jewish chaplains in
Viet Nam offered a prayer for the
early end of hostilities and ex-
pressed deepest appreciation in
the name of Jewish men in uniform
for religious and morale services
provided them by American Jewry
through JWB.
I Torah Scrolls, prayer books,
prayer shawls, skull caps, ram's
; horns, kosher foods. Jewish calcn-
j dars and inspirational literature
were among the supplies sent by
j JWB tor High Holy Day sen-ices
I in Viet Nam. Thailand. Korea.
Japan. Okinawa. Germany. Italy.
Greece. Turkey. Great Britain.
Spain. Hawaii, the Philippines, the
Azores. Bermuda, Goose Bay (Lab-
rador). Panama. Iceland. Green-
land. Alaska and at all installations
and Veterans Administration hos-
pitals in the continental United
States.
JWB's Women's Organizations'
Services has sent thousands of holi-
day gifts to chaplains for distribu-
j tion to the men. The women's
group has also sent sweets for
Rosh Hashanah celebrations and
refreshments for break-the-fast
: meals after Yom Kippur.
These items have gone to instal-
] lations around the world for Peace
' Corps personnel, including those
j scattered from Bangkok to every
i mountain and jungle corner of
I Thailand, as well as those w ho
j have volunteered for service in
Africa and South America. They men guarding U.S. embassies in
have also gone to isolated service- these areas.
In Loving Memory
Of My Dear Husband
JACK SALLE
who passed away on
November 13, 1967
His Loving Wife
HARRIET SALLE
A Very Happy and Prosperous
New Year
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rmndmried by
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11:00 A.M.
RABBI SOL LANDAU
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
12:00 NOON
RABBI MAX LIPSCHITZ
BETH TORAH
12:30 P.M.
RABBI RALPH Z. GLIXMAN
TEMPLE OR OLOM
1:00 P.M.
RABBI MORRIS A. KIPPER
TEMPLE JUDEA
1:30 P.M.
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
TEMPLE MENORAH
2:00 P.M.
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CONGREGATION BETH KODESH
2:30 P.M.
4
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*Jewist rhridktr
Friday, September 20. 1968
Miami Servicemen to
Get Holiday Welcome
Jewish serv cemen and their de-
pendents at Homestead Air Force
Base and at other military instal-
i ns in the Miami area will par-
ticipate in High Holy Day services
in Greater Miami synagogues and
have been invited for holiday-
meals in Jewish homes in the area
through arrangements carried out
t :he local Armed Services Com-
mittee of the YM-YWHA of Great-
er Miami, it was announced by
Lcuis Glasser. committee
chairman.
Rabbi Morris A. Skop. auxiliary
Jewish Chaplain at the Homestead
A;r Force Base, announced that
RABBI MOfftrS SKO?
Jewish personnel at the base not
getting home leave will be wel-
comed in any temple or synagogue
n the Miami area
He said that single personnel
v.ll also have home hospitality
i\..liable and many family groups
lave been invited to Jewish homes
cr the High Holy Day meals.
Through the cooperation of the
ocal chapter of the Jewish Welfare
ioard. prayerbooks and Bibles
have been made available for all
.servicemen on alert and in other
duties which prevent them from
attending off-base services.
A pre-holiday service and adult
education Institute designed to ac-
quaint the participant with the
rituals and prayers of Rosh Ha-
shanah and Yom Kippur was to be
conducted by Rabbi Skop at 8p.m.
Thursday in the Home>tead Air
Force Base Chapel.
Classes for all children of Jew-
ish personnel at the base will con-
tinue each Thursday from 3:30 to
5:00 p.m.. with training in Bar and
Bas Mitzvah and Confirmation.
After the High Holy Days, adult
classes in Hebrew and Jewish Cus-
toms and Ceremonies will be held
in the Chapel at 8 p.m. each Thurs-
day.
The Sisterhood of Temple Beth
Am has issued an invitation to
I servicemen and college students in
the Greater Miami area who are
unable to get home, to worship at
the Temple and to be tlie guests of ;
the Sisterhood members for dinner
prior to services both on Rosh Ha-
shanah and Yom Kippur.
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7r:day, September 20, 1968
I
Baltimore Jewish
Council Criticizes
Report On Agnew
BALTIMORE (JTA) The Bal
I'more Jew'sh Council said tMs
week that a report published by
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency on
the relations between the Jewish
community in Maryland and Gv.
Spiro T. Aunew. the Renublican
presidential candidate, wu
irrect. A JTA report had stated
1i.it Gov. Aynew"s popularity vu;h
Jewi 'i and other mimr ty
is had dwind.ed as a res i
1 stand on civi rights and v el-
ire programs.
Baltimore Jewish Council.
represents the major com-
ty relations organizations of
' l< Greater Baltimore Jewish com-
nunity, said that, while maintain-
ing neutrality ir ,.:i political mat
trs. i; "feels impelled to speak i i!
in the interest ol fair play ir. orJer
to set the record straight."
The Council tola JTA thai it is
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dence indicating a change in &:
attitude of Jews owarci Gov. Ag-
r.ew." Its statements said that the
Council "is aware of the records
of the candidates for the offices of
pies,dent and vice preesidenr ol
the Cnit<>d States :t. ooib tr jor
i rties and it states unequivoi lij
that none of them is unsympathetic
to Jewi h causes."
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vJmldh flrridHar
FnHr, So'pmber 20 19RP
Mnfe Claims
He's Israel's Friend
PARIS iWNSi President de
Gaulle was quoted here by French
journalist Jean^ Raymond Tour-
noux as having said even though
he had been "offended, insulted
unt\ calumnied" tor the pro-Arab
policies of his government in the
aftermath of the Six-Day War. he
was still "a friend of Israel."
Writing in the French magazine
ris Match," Mr. Tournoux,
i> be a close friend of Gen. de
Gaulle, asserted that he had been
told by the French President he
hoped the differences between
F ance and the United States over
[srael would disappear after the
American elections, thus hinting
he will lift the embargo on the de-
livery ol French Mirage planes to
Israel, which has already paid for
them in full
According to De (iaulle. Mr
Tournoux writes, "a solution of the
Middle Fast conflict requires recog-
nition of Israel's borders, free pas-
sage for Israeli shipping through
international waterways and the
withdrawal ot Israel from most of
the occupied territories, at least
from <;a/a it not from Sinai."
'Mushroom Synagogues9
Condemned By Rabbis
The Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami reiterated this week
its disapproval of what it describ-
ed as "mushroom synagogues"
nouses ol worship organized main-
Is tor the High Holy Days a,id not
nan ot any established congre a
ticms.
tiling a long standing resolutii n
if the Association, the statement
called on Jewish residents of the
Miami area to "refrain from o
{aniEing, supporting, providing fa
cilities for or attending any such
Jewish Teenu Wins VS. Title
PALISADES, NJ. (JTA) A 17-
year-old Jewish girl has won the
itlc of Miss American Teen-Ager
n the nmth annual Miss American
Teenager pageant here. The '"
ner is Fran Garten of Great Neil:
.vY.. a senior in the Great Necl
!i 'i School. More than 250.000
iris entered this year's contest,
>fficials said Miss Garten was se
ected from the 53 finalists
Community Memorial Prayers
STAR OF DAVID
MEMORIAL PARK
5900 S.W. 77th Avenue
Tel. 274-0641
Sunday, Sept. 29, 1968
11:30 A.M.
3:30 P.M.
RABBI MURRAY A. ALSTET
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO

All of the Jewish Public Are Invited
Temple Memorial Services
TEMPLE JUDEA
Rabbi Morris Kipper, 11.00 A.M.
TEMPLE ZION
Rabbi Alfred Waxman, 11:30 A.M.
TEMPLE BETH SHIRAH
Rabbi Morris Skop, 2:30 P.M.
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Greater Miami Jewry to "join and
worship in the permanent syna-
gogue s >i their choice."
the resolution declared:
"'The i'......>r M 1..11 Rabbinical
As?oc ation unanimously condemns
and deplores the establishment >
Synagogues mean) tor the High
Holy Hay period alone. Whet In-:
conducted in hotels, apartmen
buildings, <>: other such rented oi
;> "line the religious life an '
spirit ol the Jewish Community
since the unaffiliated worshippers
tail to identity themselves with e:<
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[Friday, September 20, 1968
JewisfinorkUan
Paqe 11-*
Shown at the recent installation dinner of
Sky Lake Synaaoque. North Miami Beach,
are (from left): Abe Panzer, incominq presi-
dent; Ralph Deutsch, outaoinq president;
Mrs. Deutsch outgoinq president of the Sister
hood; Mrs. Leo Nelson, incominq president
of the Sisterhood; Alois Levfhe, recipient of
the conqreqaiion's "Man of the Year"
Award; and Rabbi Jonah Kaplan, spiritual
Victims' Monument Unveiled At Dachau
DACHAU (JTA)There is nothin
that specifically relates to the Nazi
extermination of the Jews in the
monument and museum which now
stand on the site of the Dachau
concentration camp. But the camp
was one in which men and women
of some 20 nationalities suffered
indignities and death and the me-
morial was designed to commem-
orate all of them, its sponsors ex-
plained to the Jewish Telegraphic
Agency this week.
The memorial was dedicated in
the presence of a group of Dachau
survivors and some 2.000 local and
foreign guests, among them Israel's
Ambassador to West Germany,
Ashcr Ben-Nathan. Prince Bern-
hard of The Netherlands, Mayor
Karl Schuctz of West Berlin and
others including delegations from
Soviet Russia and various Commu-
nist bloc countries.
It is estimated that 50,000 per-
sons died at Dachau between 1933
and 1945, though only 30,000 of
them were officially recorded.
Only 3.000 Jews were found when
the camp was liberated.
The memorial monument in
rront of the mu-eum of Dachau
relics was sculpted by NidGlandor,
Yugoslavian-Jewish artist, and rep-
resents a group of twisted bodies
:n attitudes of anguish and agony.
The inscription underneath reads:
"May the example of those who
were exterminated here between
1933 and 1945 because they resisted
Nazism, help unite the living for
the defense of peace and freedom."
A XW V MAY YOU BE 1NSCRIBKD AND SEALED FOR A
HEALTHY, HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS YEAR
Sred TC Sfiocfief
PUBLISHER. I HE JEWISH FLORID1AN
GERALD J. TOBIN
and FAMILY
EXTEND TO ALL
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
MR. MAURICE TESHNOR
How to grow a bright idea...
-JlL.. .- K__.-
GREATER MIAMI
HEBREW ACADEMY
*4WJ Pinetrec vrvtt, Mmnhi Beech
4f fkmni-U m thai
HUM HOLIDAY SERVICES
will take place
in h$ Air Conditioned Auditorium
RABBI ALEXANDER S. GROSS
and MR. MURRAY BRKOWITZ
officiating
Stats ore Available in the Academy Office
from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M.
take a moment..pick your very
own greetingpeace, prosperity and
good health. Offer them often.
They'll brighten your heart with
a special appeal. Plant them
for the warmth of new friendships
and stimulating old ties.
The Board of Cedars of Jerusalem
prays for the happiness of
dreams come true
for each of you.
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JERUSALEM
Nursing and
Convalescent Home
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October 22.19U8
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+.lewisti norkUan
Friday. September 20, 1963
Hadassah Votes $10 Million Budget
CHICAGO annual convention of Hadassah
concluded here with the adoption
of a budget ot $10,000,000 for its
activities in the coming year in
Israel and the United States and
the election to the presidency of
Mrs Max Schenk of New York.
A former treasurer of the organ-
ization, Mrs. Schenk succeeds Mrs.
Charlotte Jacobson. who was nam-
ed honorary Hadassah president
for life.
Highlighting the convention was
a message from President Johnson
lauding Hadassah for its "devotion
to the cause of alleviating human
sulfering."
*K the total budget. $6,000,000
was earmarked for the Hadassah
medical organization in Israel,
$2,300,000 for Youth A li yah,
$700,000 for the Jewish National
Fund. $650,000 for Hadassah voca-
tional education and $200,000 for
youth activities.
Th# convention approved a series
of resolutions on the situation of
Jews in the Soviet Union and the
Arab countries, Israel, the aims of
the Zionist movement, the inva-
sion of Czechoslovakia, foreign aid,
Polish anti-Semitism, gun control
and the right to dissent, a resolu-
tion which said, 'The right of a
*ree people to peaceful dissent and
protest is a pillar of democracy."
The situation in Israel and its
quest for peace was the theme of
two prominent Israeli speakers.
Minister of Finance Zeev Sharef
and Gen. Uzzi Narkiss. Gen. Nar-
kiss, who was commander of the
Israeli forces which liberated East
Jerusalem in the Six Day War last
year, told the convention delegates
that Israel did not expect an early
peace and that the country would
survive until such a time as its
Arab neighbors "are ready to sit
down with useven if it takes a
generation."
Similar views were aired by Mr.
Sharef, who told the conclave Is-
rael was ready for peace and to
work out peace arrangements, but
that the question was whether the
Arabs were ready to recognize Is-
rael's right to exist.
Earlier, a prominent economist,
Robert R. Nathan, told the 2.000
Hadassah women that if peace
came, Israel and the Arab states
would enjoy an era of prosperity
resulting from "the development
of trade and other economic rela-
tionships. Israel." he said, "has the
I talent and skills, and by now the
experience, of dealing with the
I environment and the resources in
! the Middle East which are readily
| transferable."
In her presidential report, out-
! going Hadassah president Mrs.
] Charlotte Jacobson told the con-
i vention "Zionism is the unifying
! force of the Jewish people in their
1 never-ending fipht for collective"
, security and survival." At the same
1 time she charged that the Soviet
Union and its satellites in Europe
and the Arab countries were using
Zionism as a scapegoat in order to
mask their internal tensions and
problems and their anti-Semitism.
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i*r
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pnday. September 20. 1968
*Jewist ftcridHain
Paqe 13-A
MARIAN SNEIDER
Even Some Arab Students Like Him
As one talks with Michael Sachs
two things become clear: the Is-
raelis had to win the war. and
Pappy's Pizza Parlour has got to
have great
pizza.
A combina-
tion of energv,
charm, intelli-
gence and wit,
Mike gives
the impression
that anythin !
he's involved
in is hound to
m-
MARIAN
be a winner.
Mike is only 31 but he has al-
ma le the jump from being
itei ant in the paratroopers
during the 1956 Sinai campaign to
the Israeli Pizza King of
Miami After three years of serv-
ice i'i the Israel army. Mike at-
tended the University of Jerusa-
lem, earning his bachelor's de-
gree in economics and interna-
tional relations before coming to
the United States.
Israel is a beautiful country
hut a small one. 1 wanted broad-
er experience and the opportuni-
ty of studying in another country.
; went to New York to continue
my studies, sometimes holding
down three jobs at one time to
pay for school."
During one period in his school
career, he served the Israeli Em-
bassy as a diplomatic courier.
"On the days I didn't have classes
1 would leave Kennedy Airport
Hsevfti in the moHfing. fly to
Montreal, on to Ottawa, and get
back to Xew York about 2 a.;n."
After graduation. Mike was ap-
pointed Israeli Trade Commis-
er for the Southern United
States, a post which he held for
three years. On one of his busi-
trips to Miami, he met San-
dra, an American girl who be-
came his wife a month later.
Miami has been his home ever
since.
M and S indra Just ?;>t back
: Israel "Actually,"
says, "I.-.: -rip was not a lux-
ury ;i was a necessity. I work
- \ ri p iurs .; day and mj wife
r Bees me."
'' poll Is o-jf that there are
v rj few piz/a places in Israel,
and those are small and badly
run, "1 love the United States,
but I love Israel, too. I hope that
oi day 1 can bring a Pappy's to
Tei Aviv. That is my dream."
Pappy's has a twin called Nap-
py's on ltJ7:h Street, and Mike
spends his working hours in or
traveling between the two, so the
idea of traveling to Tel Aviv
doesn't bother him at all.
"It was a thrill to go back. I
stood on top of the Golan Heights
where the Arab fortifications
used to be and I looked down to
the place where we were fired on
daily by Arabs when 1 was in the
army I cannot describe the ex-
citement I felt."
When Mike first went into busi-
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rffss he didn't know a th'ing about
pizzas. "1 had seen pizza places
and I was fascinated. I checked
pizza operations all over the coun-
try and decided this was what I
wanted. Pappy's. opposite the
University of Miami, seemed like
the ideal place. I love students. I
am one mvself and I can identify
with them.
"Quite a few-
Arab students
come to Pap-
py's. At first
they do not
know that I
am an Israeli.
But when they
find out. most
of them are
friendly and
we usually
find a common meeting ground.
The only hostile ones are the stu-
dents from Egypt. When they dis-
cover where I am from they will
not even speak to me and if they
are with friends they ask their
friends not to talk to me either."
"I have some Israeli boys work-
ing here, but I also have some
Persians and some Colombians.
Mv manager is a Canadian. But
we love to serve anyone who likes
Italian pizza."
So says Mike, whose personal-
ity and drive have built a UN.
restaurant in the middle of Coral
Gables.
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*"*,

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-
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\gious <^>gr\yces
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig.
Friday p.m. Saturday '' am.
ROSH HASHANAH: Sunday ;::: p.m
Monday B a.m. Tuesday h a.m.
Synagogues and temples throughout the Greater Miami area will
|er in the New Year 5729 with services beginning Sunday evening
continuing on Monday and Tuesday with the exception of most of
Reform temples which conclude the Holy Day on Monday evening.
A high point o'f (he Rosh Hashanah synagogue service is the
Inding of the Shofar or ram's horn which calls upon man to awaken
[his moral obligations to God and to his fellow man.
Some synagogues conduct Tashlich services on the afternoon of
first day of Rosh Hashanah (Monday) during which prayers are
^ited at the seaside or along the banks of canals or other waterways.
The Rosh Hashanah holiday, besides launching the New Year,
opens the Ten Days of Penitence, which includes the Sabbath of
Initcnce (Saturday, Sept. 28) and concludes with Yom Kippur, the
ly of Atonement (Tuesday evening, Oct. 1, through Wednesday,
It- 2).
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington AfVt. Conservative. RaBbi
Irving Lahrman Cantor Zvi Adler.
ROSH HASHANAH: Sunday 7:15 p.m
Monday Preliminary Service *:!" in
Mnrntnir Service 1" a.m. Junior Can-
aregatlon 10:80 a.m Evening Service
i. is p m Tuesday Preliminary Service
B:15 am. Morning Service 9 a.m. Jun-
ior Congregation 10:.10 a.m.
Boa, AfifyuaJt
4AVAT SHALOM CONGHEOA-
flON. 85 SW *7th Ave. Orthodos.
enter Moms >arr. .
ISHE EMES. 2538 SW 1th Ave.
ETH AM (TEMPLE). 6950 N. Ken-
fdall Dr., S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Pkyrr.
Pri'lay. S:30 p.m
JtOSH HASHANAH: Sunday 8:3" p.m
Sermon: "Are Jowa Really Different?"
Ili>inlay 1" a.m and 3:30 p.m. Sermon:
ravhere will The Violence Bnd?"
Bhildren'a service p m.
-----
3ETH DAVID. 2620 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
, Cantor William W. Llnaon.
Friday 8 p m Saturday 9 a.m. Bormon:
froi-ah Lesson Bar Mlttvah: Olen,
Eon of Mr. and Mr*. Murray Kilinan
llincha 8 '" P n
ROSH HASHANAH: Sunday p.m
Itmiday B a in Sermon: "Modern Man
[i. Seari h i I HI* -"ul Of I lod
rnuth, Junior u.i Iilldren's Services
l-',\. i.:..- ice 1 I' in Tu<
fl. \ ., m Kerm ii "Modem) Man fn
eiin Ii "f Hi- Soul It Hlmaell "
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IETH EL. 500 SW 17th Avenue.
Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
fevidai P-ra Saturday 8 n m. Ber-
"Preparlr.ii I r Holidays." study:
|-|:i>. ., -, p m Minolta 8 4". p m
rosh hashanah: Sunday 7 p.m.
Monday 1 air Sermon: "The Right |
Eeicii nil u- Evening service 7 p.m.
. i Sermon: "Another
rear." Evening service 7 p.m.
kETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12tn Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson.
Saturday 8:45 a I Sermon: "We Pre- ;
fare Ourselves "
OSH HASHANAH Sunday at MU11-
\i, :n > m rmon "Alone In
World Tueadaj I b m Sermon:
f \ nu Can Bay N
BETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW 8th
ISt. Conservative Rabbi Simon April,
I Cantor Seymour Hinkea.
Irnl.iy 6 15 P'" Sermon: "A New
rv. 'an ancient Torah." bj Morris
Bferrls, niurregatl I president. Dedl-
,!,,. i \. : .-ii donated by Mr.
el Mi B 1:l m' rr" '
[eir parents Saturday 'm Bar-
>, ports ol We k
DSH hashanah: Sunday 6:30p.rn
,.....i,% ;,r Sermon: "Recapturing
far rfuth Tuesday sa.m Sermon:
put .-': ritual Retra."
[nAI SHOLOM *Temple>. ITSJJJ"
JlOTth Street. Conservative. Rabbi
[Abraham M'. Casael.
1AEL (TfcMHLb). OF OrEATER
-MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform
|Rahbi Joseph R. Narot.
..|,v A pm '-.-rmon: 'What D*>
, Ene. : ol the Mich Hols D V
3SH HASHANAH: At Miami I
, Hall Sunday I P "
View of n
m Si rtl a .
far Civile ill m V- Saved ore"
i pm at Tempti Ii i
kRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 35th
[St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Draz.n Cantor Nathan Parnaas.
,,i.iv yO' faurrdaj a "'.
rmio '
CANDlfllGHTING TIME
27 ELUL 7:00
9>
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
-Gross.
ROSH HASHANAH: Sunday 6:2ft p.m.
Monday >i am and 6:30 p.m. Tuesdav
S am. and 6:30 p.m.
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OR OLOM (TEMPLE;, conservative
8755 SW 16th St. Miami. Rabbi
Ralph Z. Ghxman. Cantor Benjamin
Ben Ari
Pridajr S p m. Saturday R:46 a.m. liar
MitsVah: Gary and Larry Levine
ROSH HASHANAH: Sunday 8:45 p.m
Monday v am and 8:46 p.m Tuesday
B a in
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. Cantor David Sherman.
Friday 8:16 p.m Sermon: "What It
I'liily?" Saturday 9 am. Portion of i
III, I..IU
ROSH HASHANAH Sunday Mincha
6:45 p.m Maariv 7 p.m. Monday I 1(1
a in Torali Reading !":'I0 a m Bhofar
10:16 am Bermon: What Shall We |
Remember?" 10:30 am Muasat n a m
Mincha 8:48 p.m Maariv 7 p.m. Tues-
day :3ii am Torah Reading 8:30 a in
Shofar 10:16 am Sermon: "Sound of
our Bra." 10:30 a in Mussal n a.m.
TIFERETH JACOB (TEMPLE). 951 E.
4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
Friday 8 16 p m Saturday 9 a.m.
ROSH HASHANAH: Sunday 7 p.m.
Monday 9 a m Bermon "The AM of
Waiting JJvenlng service 7 p.m.
Tuesday 9 :i*m Sermon; "Faith In A
Better Tomorrow." Evening Bervlce S
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1832 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tiber H. Stern
Cantor Meyer En gel.
Friday 7 p.m. Saturday 8:30 a.m. Ser-
mon: "l*ife in Balance."
ROSH HASHANAH: Sunday 6T30p.m.
Monday 8 w.m. Sermon: "I Hear A
Voice," Evening service 6 p.m. Tues-
day 8 a.m. Sermon: "I See A Sirht."
Hvenlns; Service' 6 p.m.
'
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1418 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfieid.
Cantor Abraham Self.
MENORAH 'TEMPLE). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
wiii. Cantor Nico. rWnus,
1 NER TAMIO (TEMPLEt. SOth St. snd
Tstum Waterway. Modern Tradi-
tional. Rabbi Eugene Labovltz. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
Fridav 6:30 p.m Saturday S:4" a.m.
ROSH HASHANAH: Sunday 8:45 p.m.
Monilay H a,m. Sermon: "Our Chil-
dren waul To Know." evening serv-
ice >:4r. pm Tuesday 8 a.m. Sermon:
"<>ur I'hildren Have The Answer'
Evening Bervlce :4.". p.m.
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OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Drive.
Orthodox. RabV Phineas Weber-
man.
ROSH HASHANAH: Sunday 7 pm
Monday 7:.i" am Torah Reading 10
a.m Sermon: "Can \w Pace the Fu-
ture?" 10:45 a.m. Shofar 11:16 am
Mussaf 11:46 am Mincha 6:80 p.m.
Tashlich 7 p m Maariv T:30 p m.
Tuesday 7:30 a.m Torah Reading l"
am Bermon: "t'nlty, Harmony and
Individuality." 10:48 am. Shofar 11:16
in Mussaf 11:45 a m. Mincha 7 p.m
Maariv 7 30 p m
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 645
Collms Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias.
YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
1542-44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A.
Ben. HI Mel
ROSH HASHANAH: Sunday 7 p.m.
ndas v : m Sermon: "God and
Man : 'hi Altar." Tuesday v am
"Thi ;...- "f NORTH MIAMI BEACH
IDATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE1.
Conservative. 1025 NE 183rd St.
Rabbi Miltcn Schlinsky. Cantor
Tibor Moses.
"You Standing
GARY GROH
Gary Robert, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Groh, will become
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday, Sept. 21,
at Temple Emanu-El.
Gary,-who is in the eighth grade
at Shenahdoah Junior High School,
plays Spanish and electric guitar,
is a scuba diver and has won
awards for diving as well as for
archery, riflery and basketball.
The celebrant will be honored
at a reception Saturday evening at
the DiLido Hotel.

GARY and LARRY LEVINE
Gary and Larry, twin sons of
Mrs. Rose Ann Levine, 1545 SW
83rd Ct., and Bernard Levine of
Queens, N.Y., will become Bar
Mitzvah Saturday, Sept. 21, at
Temple Or Olom.
The identical twins are in the
eighth grade at West Miami Junior
High School; both play the electric
guitar and are expert fishermen.
Mrs. Levine will host the Kiddush
following the services and a dinner
honoring the celebrants has been
arranged.
Among the guests expected are
their father, their maternal grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. I,ewis P
Sherman and their uncle. Raymond
Sherman, from Pennsylvania, and
manj others from out-of-town.
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JONATHAN LEVINE
Jonathan Scott, -on of Mrs. Mur-
ray 1 Levine ami the lat( Mr
i.t-i inc will be called to the Torah
BI :".ar Mitzvah al Temple Zion
di Saturday, Sept. 21
ZION (TEMPLEI 8000 Miller Rd. Con.
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
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cooperation IWth 'he Greater
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Coordinator o\ the features
appeanni; here i<
DR MAX L1PSCHTTZ
Sj initial Leader of
Beth ToraM CongreoaTIOH
oi' North Miami Beach
I
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MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL, 7801 Ca.iyle Ave.
Orthodox Rabbi Isaac Ever.
Friday 7 IS v m Saturday 8:45 a.m
Sermon In UnltJ Lies the Salvation
of Israel," 10:30 a.m. Sermon: "Blind-
ness ln*Judar*m," 5 \> m Mmcha 7 16
ROSH HASHANAH: Sunday 7: la p.m
Monday >, a m. Torah Reading 10 arm
Pecmon: "How Shall We Secure Oor
Oneal PortttneLlfi shofar 11:30
am Mussaf 11:43 am. Mincha 6p.m
Ta'hllch S:*0 p.m at T8th St and
Tatum Waterway I>r Maariv 7:IS p.m
Tueada) a m Torah Reading 1" am
Sermon The Message ( the Shofar
for Our Pay" Shofar 11:30 a in. Mus-
saf n am Mlnrha p m,
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th Street,
Ortnodox. Rabbi Berel Wein.
posh hashanah. Sunday Mlnehsi
- n m Maariv 7:3fi p.m Mnnd u -
n m P'*fmi h "The Rl '|-1-
Mincha B 15 p in Tashlich 15 P "'
p.m Tin laj i n S<
.,-. .. -. mu-i d BI Mlnoha
Vlaai ;
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BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.,
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmarvihu T.
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Munches.
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BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLEI. 1546
Jefferson Ave Conservative. Rabin
Oavd Raab. Cantor Saul H. Br-eh.
. 7 p m S 'tu. n.iv 8 |0 a in
ROSH hashanah: Sunday :3ftn.m
s n ni Si mon "Flotsam hi il
.. i Tuesd iv x a in Sermon
, I, of Tears and the Wall i I
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Cantor David Conviser.
g, |,,. | "The i ontlnuity of
..... ;,,,,! ntlnulty."
rosh hashanah: Bunday Sermon:
"Does Tomorrow'! General n Have
the Instinct for Survival?" Monday
Sermon: "Israel and ivakla "
Tuesday Bermoi "How Uuvh Tradl-
____
BETH TFILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
e=c?h hashav- Monday Sermon
". xieanlns* Hundred Bouid-
. i r thi SI '. Tui sdaj s, rmi n
M P|ai
BETH TORAH 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz Cantor Jacob Render.
: .-::< n: "On the
i... v. .. S iturdaj 4.
n m
rosh hashanak Sunday ~ i> m
..... s----- "The Value. I
- 'heal' Tueaoay
Sermon l*s l*mk at To*
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BET4H MOSHE CONGREGATION.
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative
Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum.
. \ liar Mitavah: Mark, n ol
Mr md Mr* Irving Porhafcy.
ROSH HASHANt- Auxiliar'
>! t -; heater
r, Maprh G:45 p.m
Monday and Tuesday 7:3" an
N b m (Aux l Torah Ri adit
,, m and Ii m (Aux. i S< rm n
., in and n a.m 'Aux I Shi (ir 10:4.'
,,ni and 1' :n i \u\ I. Mussaf I
Mi MI ncl
ii'. riv I p.m.
Conservative. Rofcbt- Charles M. Ro.
bel. Cantor JacK Lerner.
i : .....a .1. i .' Ii:
RO!" lASH^NAH .- ii I T pm
mho -.. ':... I la> :
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1 o pm. Tu*
II
SINAI (Ttr^P.Ei. oF NORTH DADE
TemDOrary office. 18801 NE 22nd
Ave Reform Rabbi Ralph Kingsley
Cantor Maurice A Neu.
. shlngtnn Fed-
, .. Ni: IH7H SI
7s Fair Pla>
ntance." Sat -
-.
RCii-H HASHANAf North Miami
! i Aud I NE 19th Vve
lay i 'i lldn n1
... | servli e 10 Id
SKY LAKE SYNmGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
Caplan
POS'n has^as-- Sunday B:45p.m
.... -.- -i- "YOUr World
and Mini BSvenlng aervlci S:45 p.m.
in, day R" am, Sermon: "Your Chil-
dren and M
riabbinhal JelesHsion lro3
runts
Sept. 22 10, 9 30 am The Jewish Worship
Host: Rabbi imn; Lehrman,
Temple Emanu-El. Miami Bead-
Sept. 22 7 W bW The Still Small Vblce
Host: Rabbi Irving Lehrman.
Temple Emanu-El, Miami Beacr
Sept. 24Ct 1 9:20 I ,rt P m. Uu to M
Ten Pay* of Repentance
r: Rev Luther C Pierce
PartuapMlta: Rabbi Herbert M. Baumgi
i ->. Ajn.
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml-
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Na'tah Porosh.
ROSH HASHANAH: Slllld. > M
i in- Sermon -
nr Bxl 7 p.m. Tv
-. raate for i.
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ROSH HASHANAH: Pit
Monda) In h m Children^
|, in Tu- sdaj I" ill
ZAMORA iTEMPLE). 4-. Zamon A.1
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Ber^e-
Cantor Hirsh March.
Prfda) ", l"i p in Sat in iii n
rti in..... Si Ipl ural I tesson
Jpnothon levine 6ry Crd*
An eighth grade student, Jona-
than is on the Honor Roll at South
Miami Junior High School and
plays clarinet in the school orches-
tra.
The Levine family have been
members of Temple Zion for eight
! years and Jonathan has attended
j the Religious School there for the
, past four years.
Mrs. Levine will host the Kid-
' dush following the services and a
luncheon-reception at the Waver ly
Inn.
Grandparents of the Bar Mitzvah
ire Mr and Mrs. Morris Lauretz
f Miami.
MARK PERITZKY
Mark, son of Mr and Mrs. [rvlng
Peritzky of North Miami Beach,
will observe his Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday, Sept. 21 at Beth Torah
Synagogue.
Mark has been attending the
Harold Wolk Religious School for
many years and ;- an eighth grade
student at John F. Kennedy Junior
iiiyh School.
ROS- HASHANAH: Pundii
Sorn. n: "Do We Really Want Another
Veai Moi da) t : m
We fteall> Deai rv, v i it I i
Tui- ,iy a m Sen "\\ hat o.
\\ If We Get '......her Vi.
FT. LAODERDALE
BE~H ISRAEL ITEMPLE). M? E
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabh. Shel-
don Edwards. Cantor Theodore
M ndich.
EMANU-EL. '801 S. Andrews Avi
Retcrm. Rabbi Richard M. Leviten
Cantor Jerome Ktement.
in Sermon ai noon junior >. <. :
i in
SINAI (TEMPLE) 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro.
Cantor Vehudah Heilbraun.
ROSH HASHANAH SUIlda} p.m.
\t. -i.i t> t am and s p.m Tuesday
7 i in
MIRAMAR
500 SW 69th
Rabbi Irwin
HALLANDAlE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
126 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd.
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (TEMPLE). S. 14th Avs
Retcrm. Rabbi Samuel Jafte.
ROS- hashanah Sunday 8:15 p.m
Set .- Si lean
Moi a.m. Sermoi Gen-
era flap
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLEi. 1726
Monroe St. Conservative. Raob>
Morton Malavsky.
. i s surday '
ROS' HASHANAi- Sun.!-; 7 p.m
I
ISRAEL (TEMPLF,.
Way. Conservative
Cutler.
POMPANC BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 132 SW 11th
Ave.. Conservative. Rabbi Morns
A. SVop. Cantor Leon Segal.
srl5 < ro Sertrlon: "AH 111 >-
,u, o miv years SatUrdn>
ROSH HASHANAH: SUndaj 7
Mondiij ."il Tuesdnj R 1" a.m T- rah
B, Bermon 11 a m stv>-
.ii followed to Mussaf at nooi l -
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SURFSItTE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
Surtside Community Center. 9301
Collins Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac
D. Vine.
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1:3(1 ROSH HASHANAM -.,
., i. v:;" a hi
Gen. Yitzhak Rabin (seated left1 Israel's Ambassador to the
United States, ra^t recently with Greater Miami Israel Bend
'.eaders to discus? olani for the 1963 Fail Israel Bond drive
h i laurt'fchfed annually durina the Hiqh Holv Day
:i: beside Gen. Rabin is James M, Albert chair-
rf die Greater Miami Israel Bond OrcrtmiBCCticm; itand-
; I.ehrm'rn i'lert>, n t>l tKe exec::..-
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First Bonn Government
Leader Visits Israel
KiGxni Florida, Friday, September 20, 1968
Section B
Johnson's Surprise
Talk Puzzles Israel
WASHINGTON (JTA) Presi-
tn" Johnson admonished Israel to
(member that "boundaries cannot
Ml >hou!d not reflect the weight
conquest" and reminded them
kat 'it is more certain than ever
Hat Jerusalem is a critical issue
any peace settlement."
| Speaking to some 3.000 members
B'nai B'rith and their guests at
ke triennial convention, the Pres-
lent also took issue with Israeli
fniands for direct negotiations
|:h the Arabs, asserting that
janj channels are open. How
talking is done at the outset is
bt very important."
| Mr. Johnson had been expected
announce a decision to deliver
onic Phantom jet fighters to
ael. The convention had earlier
lard both Vice President Hubert
Humphrey and Richard M. Nix-
. the presidential nominees, em
size the importance of meeting
i need for these planes Then
resident Johnson met secretly
Ith Deputy Prime Minister Yigal
lion nl Israel. It was widely antici-
ktcd when Mr. Johnson made his
(announced and surprise visit to
B'nai B'rith banquet, that it
juld be to respond to Israel's
Ixiety over the mounting Soviet
lildup of the Arab states.
Instead, Mr. Johnson lavished
laise on the Jews as a people, con-
em ned Communist anti-Semitism
STATE DEPARTMENT
HAILS STATEMENT
WASHINGTON (JTA)
State Department officials
welcomed President John-
son's declaration on the Mid-
dle East, given at the B'nai
B'rith convention. They in-
terpreted it as strengthening
diplomatic efforts to persuade
Israel that direct peace talks
were not essential and that
the fate of Jerusalem re-
mained negotiable. Terming
it a "statesmanlike response"
to recent developments in
the Arab states, especially
Egypt, thev said the Presi-
dent's failure to act on Is-
rael's bid for Phantom jet
fighter planes contributed to
greater fluidity and flexi-
bility for American diplo-
macy.
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in Eastern Europe, and reiterated
some aspects of support of Israel
but introduced a number of poten-
tially controversial new points.
The President said. "It is more
! certain than ever that Jerusalem
is a critical issue in any peace
j settlement. No one wishes the Holy-
City again divided by barbed wire
1 and machine guns. I therefore urge
i and appeal to the parties to stretch
' their imaginationsso that thei'r
interests, and the world's interest
In Jerusalem, can be taken fully
into account in any final settle-
ment."
The President said that in "re-
cent weeks." progress had been
made toward peace in the Middle
East He urged leaders to "main-
tain and accelerate their dialogue."
The President said that the Arab
governments "must convince Is-
rael, and the world community,
that they have abandoned the idea
of destroying Israel. But equally,
Israel must persuade its Arab
neighbors and the world commu-
nity that Israel has no expansion-
ist desijns on their territory.
"We are not here to judge whose
fears are right and whose are
wrong," he declared. "Right or
; wrong, fear is the first obstacle to
peacemaking. Each side must do
its share to overcome it.
President Johnson stressed the
I fact that the number of Arab refu-
; gees is still increasing. "The June
War added some 200,000 refugees
to those already displaced by the
1948 war. They face a bleak pros-
pect as the winter approaches. We
share a very deep concern for these
refugees. Their plight is a symbol
in the minds of the Arab peoples.
In their eyes, it is the symbol of a
wrong t,hat must be made right be-
fore 20 years of war can end. That
fact must be dealt with in reaching
a condition of peace."
Admitting that the arms race
continues, the President said, "We
have exercised restraint, while rec-
ognizing the legitimate defense
needs of friendly governments. But
we have no Intention of allowing
the balance of forces in the area
to ever become an incentive for
war. We continue to hope that our
restraint will be matched by the
restraint of othersthough I must
observe that has been lacking
since the end of the June War. We
have proposed, and I reiterate
TEL AVIV (JTA)-ErnestBenda.
the West German Minister of the
| Interior, arrived here this week on
a visit to Israel, the first member
of the West German government
ever to visit here He came in an
unofficial capacity, heading a six-
man delegation of the German-
Israel Friendship League.
Prior to his departure for Israel,
Mr. Benda, who had just returned
from the United States, reported
PRESIDENT JOHNSON
again, the urgent neednowfor
an international understanding on
arms limitations for this region.
"No nation that has been part of
the tragic drama of these past 20
years is without blame. Violence
and counter-violence have absorb-
ed the energies of all the parties
The process of peacemaking can-
not be further delayed without
peril. The United Nations Security
Council resolution of last Novem-
ber laid down the principles of a
just and a lasting peace."
The President reaffirmed the
principles he outlined June 19,
1967. and said they remained the
foundation of American policy.
Jewish Conference
Calls For Action
By Johnson Now
NEW YORK (JTA) The Con-
ference of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organizations ap-
pealed this week to President John-
son to supply Israel with Phantom
jet planes to provide a detenent to
"Arab extremism and warlike
acts." The appeal noted that "con-
tinuing Arab aggression, which has
recently been heightened by inter-
national tension-, once again raises
the spectre of an out-and-out war
in the Middle East."
Rabbi Herschel Sc.hacter, chair-
man of the conference: declared
that while both presidential candi-
dates have come out for the supply
of the supersonic plane to Israel,
only President Johnson can i::akc
such a decision in the near future.
He said the conference was ap-
pealing to the President to initiate
"steps to make good America's
commitment to Israel by provid-
ing it with the necessary arms that
would serve as a deterrent to war."
at a press conference in Bonn that
Americans were deeply concerned
over the imminent application the statute of limitations to Nazi
war crimes and the rising political
power of the National Democratic
Party. Although Americans grossly
overestimate the NPD's Influence
in West Germany, their attitude
could be harmful to the Federal
Republic, especially if the NPD,
as is generally expected, wins
seats in the Bundestag. West Get
many's lower house, in next year's
elections, he said.
Mr. Benda, who met with repre-
sentatives of major American Jew-
ish organizations, said lie tried to
assure them that the NPD posed
no real danger to democracy in
West Germany.
As to the Statute, of limitations,
which will bar further prosecution
of Nazis accused of murder after
it goes into effect, Mr Benda said
the issue seemed of greater im-
portance to Americans than to most
West Germans.
He said Americans had made it
clear to him that in their opinion,
the statute must not just |)(. post-
poned but abolished altogether. In
New York. Mr. Benda met with
the Conference of Presidents of
Major American Jewish Organiza-
tions and a delegation of the Amer-
ican Jewish Committee.
Israel To Pay Costs
Of (/.lurch Damages
JERUSALEM (WNS) Com-
pensation in the sum of $1.5 mil-
lion for damage to 15 churches dur-
ing the Six-Day War is to be paid
out by Israel under an agreement
with church authorities According
to the Ministry of Justice, damage
payments will be made whether
the fault of destruction was that of
Israel or of the Jordanians.
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Pioneer Women Honor Couple On 50th Anniversary
Mr. and Mrs Benarii Furmw, i^ *lje> Washing
will be honored oif (he decision df Kit' 1*357 Washing
their 50th wedding aniversary by
the Golda Meir Chapter. Greater
Miami Council of Pioneer Women,
at its regular meeting Wednesday,
at 1 p.m. in the Washington Fed-
eral Bank. 1234 Washington Ave..
Miami Beach. Mrs Sonia Kandell
Will be the guest speaker. Chapter
president is Mrs. Abraham Seltzer.
*
Jerusalem of Old" slides were
to be shown at the meeting of
Kadimah Chapter at 1 p.m. Thurs-
day in the Park Lane Cafeteria
2155 SW 22nd St. Mrs. Lillie Cohen
is president of the chapter.
* *
The Beba Idelson Chapter of
Pioneer Women held its first meet-
ing of the season last week at the
Washington Federal Bank. Mrs.
Michael Gibson is the chapters
president.
Pioneer Women Club 1 was to
hold a meeting at 1 p.m. Thursday
ngton Federal Bank-
Ion Ave A musical
program was to be presented by
Mrs. Ida Polsky and Mrs Ida Frld-
man. Chapter president is Mrs.
Robert Garber; Mrs. Joseph Krant/
is acting president
The Golden Wedding anniver-
sary of MrjajitMijuHroan Un-
man wiln* celebfatedll the nexl
meeting o( the Hat Chapter to be
tield-nt 8 p.m. Tuesday at Warhing-
ton Federal. 1234 Washington Ave..
Miami Beach Mrs. Harriet Green,
Council president, will install the
new officers. Mrs. Ida Kovalsky is
in charge of the musical program.
Edyth H. Geiger
To Review Novel
Mrs. Edyth H. Geiger. regional
director of the American Friends
of Hebrew University, will review
the contemporary novel "Heaven
Help Us" by Herbert Tarr at an
Oneg Shabbat meeting of the Louis
D. Brandeis group of Hadassah at
12:30 p.m. Saturdav in the King
Cole. 900 Bay Dr.. Miami Beach.
Mrs Sam Ruban is president of
the group. Mrs. Herman Laks. vice
president, is hostess for the after-
noon.
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170
on Sweet Fleischmann's Margarine.
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!*-.. < I ;j, ,oa ;-( li:f .Hue plus ItaMtlmf CfctHtl
'itc tou and tsat customer he.e complied aril l"e tfirrs C
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lour areas*! of sufficient stock to couer HI coupons rede<
i-ust t>e lien ,pon request. Void il prohibited, taied of rtMi Cte
'our customer must pa, an, sales U. Cast mat l.'Mtn o i
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Standard B-J-as Incorporated at: P.O. Boi 2062, rmmiW^
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September 20, 1968
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Pace 3-3
^
Mrs. Oppenheim Is
Uf Division Head
Mrs. Edwin C. Oppenheim, imme
A$te past preside^ of the Miami ,
Section-American Council of Jewish
Women, will serve this year as I
chairman of the Central Miami Di- j
vision of the United Fund of Dade
County.
Mrs Oppenheim, long active in j
local community service work,
served on the original survey com- i
mittee which set up the Fund's |
Volunteer Service Bureau.
As chairman in the UF drive
i
this year, she will he responsible
for volunteers soliciting in the
central Miami area when the Fund j
kick-off of the residential drive
begins Oct 27.
A HAPPY PASSOVER
CAMPBELL'S
ATLANTIC SERVICE
2390 S.W. 57th AVENUE
Phone 667-9267
New Year Greetings From
JAMES MOBLEY
STATION
TEXACO SERVICE
U-HAUL TRUCKS & TRAILERS
7500 N.W. 7th Avenue
Dial 696-4*31
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*$*}
sMilton &4.
TriQciwicin

and hi? wife.
W
via
extend to their inanu friend? f>
J L *
and to the entire community
win b
Jack to Work Clinic." open
Greater Miami women who
jidering returning to work.
luled by the Council for the
jing Education of Women
-day and Thursday at the
sity of Miami Koubek Cen-
fS 'sw Third St Orientation
offered in the Tuesday
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Ca-
employment information
discussed Thursday from
to noon.

HOLIDAY GREETINGS -
ithwest
Preparatory
School
& Senior High Schoo
1801 S.W. 74th AVENUE
235-1515
-
Lpy New Year To All Our
iFriends & Associates
MR. & MRS.
UEL S. ROCKLIN
North Miami Beach
REALTY MART
INC., REALTORS
873 N.E. 163rd St.
Phone: 945-0855
ppy New Year To All
L Joseph Harris
1M0 MERIDIAN AVENUE
LMI BEACH, FLORIDA
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
fc> my friends and relatives
Mrs.
Esther Kaplan
N.W. 5th AVENUE
751-2674
Mrs.GussieAmdur
Nautilus Hotel, Miami Beach
extends best wishes to her
Natives and friends
lr a Healthy, Happy
I New Year in a
I World al Peace
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Mrs. Sadie Fagan
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hershbein
and Children, Edyse, Martin and Andrea
EXTEND NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
MR, & MRS. MURRAY I. LEVINE
fcV
<> a very happy and health y
\y\ew Ljear
<
>>
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Parker Spray and Tree Service hie.
3638!h DAY AVE..4COCONUT GROVE 448-0986
JM WISHES YOU A
NEW YEAR FILLED WITH
JOY AND CONTENTMENT
We hope the coming months will be
filled with many shining moments,
including the warmth of new friendships
and the joy of old ties with those
you love .. and surmounting them all,
the happiness of dreams come true.
IcdoAtlrUAL


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UNDER THE STRICT AND CONSTANT LOCAL RABBINICAL SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIBOR H. STERN

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MKI O* OU MOWf *C
meat andYpoultry
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onan raie n;&,7
L'SHANA TOVA TIKASEVU VISACHASEMU
SEPT. 23-24
1968
our
for their patronage, mau we wish you ana your family
contentment, good health, ana the fulfillment of w
deepest wish in life.
In Observance of Rosh Hashanah All Food Fair Kosher Markets
Be Closed Monday and Tuesday, September 23 and 24
WE URGE YOU TO DO YOUR SHOPPING EARLY
SO THAT WE MAY SERVE YOU BETTER
KASHRUTH SUPERVISION
RABBI TIBOR H. STERN, Director
REV. JACOB B. KATZ
REV. WILLIAM SHULMAN
z,io
WHOUSAIE KOSHER MEAT AND POULTRY WHSE.
Sales Managers: ABE and SUNNY
DEPARTMENT MANAGERS

MORRIS GROCER
LEO EHRUCH
SOI SEICEl
Svaerviier: HllIF KATZ
MURRY RUBIN
2091 Coral Way Miami
NOW 4 KOSHER MEAT and POULTRY MARKETS TO SERVE YOU BETTER
163rd Street Shopping Center 19th Street at Alton Road
10th Street t Wathington Avenirt
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR


1
iday, September 20. 1968
fJenisti Flcridlian
Face 3-3
IrS. Harold Zinil |R*HM (.apian To Address A.J.C.
iads Sisterhood
Irs. Harold Zinn was installed
president of the Sisterhood ot
krnple Beth Sholom Wednesday.
)ther new officers installed by
Ibbi Leon Kroniih were: Mr.,.
Brer Kotler. Mrs. Marvin Marx
C Morton Weinbers, Mrs. Eilioi
jrl. Mrs. E. Max Ke-selman, and
Harry A. Greenber^, vice
fcsidents: Mrs. Rudolph Hammer,
fording secretary: Mrs. Larry
ledland, corresponding secre-
rjy: Mrs. Ethel Shapiro, treasur-
Mrs George Simon, financial
hretary and Mrs. Leon Kronish.
plain.
"Jewry Caught in the Power
! 3tniggle," a rer-oi t on the current
>:>liticn and mlitary disturbances
in Caechoslovak.a. Egypt. Poland.
Russia and.Is:*eW'>r-*e,t:ie topic
discussed by Rabbi Jonah Caplan.
spiritual leark-r Ol Sky Lake Syns-
jo ;ue. at a meeting of the Jade
Winds Chapter. American Jewish
. Congress, which was to meet at 1
p.m. Thursday :n Alamanda No. 2.
Cha rman for the afternoon was
o be Mrs. Jerry Cantor, president
of the Jade Winds Chapter. Mrs.
Samuel Ivler. vice president, was
o renort on current projects of
the Florida Women's Division.
American Jewish Congress.
:
"Vietnam Dialogue."' the newest
i-film giving the story of the UaMM
I States' involvement in Vietnam
1 and the Paris peace talks, as nar-
I rated by journalist-historian David
. Schoenbrun. will have a premiere
showing at an open meeting of the
I Justine Chapter, American Jewish
Congress, scheduled for Thursday !
noon at the Algiers Hotel.
Chairman for the afternoon was
o be Mrs Jack Shapiro, president
)f the chapter.
icial Security Talk Set
Workmen's Circle Unit
Jranch 1059 of The Workmen's
rcle will have its first meeting of
season Saturday at 8 p.m. in
Washington Federal Savings
Id Loan Association Bide.. 1133
brmandy Dr., Miami Beach.
[Reports from the delegates of
branch to the Southern District
ifenence of the Workmen's Cir-
held recently in Miami Beach
11 be given.
The assistant manager of the
imi Beach Office of the U.S.
Dial Security Department, Albert
fiberman. will speak on Social
eurity aid for those under 65
irs of age.
VJrSTJLt. Cardiac Volunteers
Will Be Honored
North Short' Lames Auxiliary
,i"7. Jewi-h War Veterans, will
meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in
:he Washington Federal Bank a:
1133 Normandv Dr.
Ella Bloomberg Honored
Ella Bloomberg will be honored
on her 89th birthday by Menorah
Chapter. B'nai B'rith at a luncheon
and card party at noon Sunday.
Sept. 29 at the Surfside Plaza
lotel. 2457 Collins Ave.
antor For Sky Lake
[Rabbi Harold Laumrind has been
gaged as cantor for the High
Days by Sky Lake Synagogue,
pth Miami Beach, it was an
unced bv Abe Panzer, president.
pbbi Baumrind served as canter
Beth Israel Congregation. Mil-
feukee. for 19 years and for five
ars at the Maspeth Jewish Cen-
t. Long Island, NY.
New Location Set For
Norwood Bank Branch
The Norwood Branch Office of
Miami Beach Federal Savings and
Loan Association will be moved
over the weekend and will open for
business at 9 a.m. Monday in its
new building at 650 NW 183rd St.
In order to facilitate the move.
i the branch was to close at noon
Friday, instead of the regular clos-
i ing hour.
Lee W. Blount, manager if -e
! Norwood Branca, announces that
, regular business hours in the new
building will be from 9 a.m. to 3
p.m Mondays through Fridays. In
addition, the offices will be open
Mondays from 5 to 7 p.m.
Seventy-five volunteers who have
worked a total of more than 8.000
hours during the past year at the
University of Miami's Children's
i Cardiac Hospital will be honored
: by the hospital administration at
! an "awards" tea at 2:30 p.m. Thurs-
! day. Sept. 26.
Volunteers with 100 hours to
| their credit will receive a Cardiac
I Hospital pin with a bar for each
; additional 100 hours.
Dr. W. Dean Warren, vice presi-
dent of Medical affairs at the uni-
versity of Miami and dean of the
school of medicine, and his assist-
ant. Herman W. Hoff, who is the
hospital administrator, will express
| their appreciation to the volun-
1 teers.
SHALOM
Best Wishes For
245 S.E. 1st STREET PHONE 3732108
VOLPE TOURS, INC.
1502 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
Is Pleased To Announce That
ALIZA BRENNER
IS NOW ASSOCIATED WITH US.
She looks forward to hearing
from her clients and friends at
VOtPE TOURS Phone 532-7326
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
DAM'S MOST POPULAR
PARTY MUSICIAN
JEWISH-AMERICAN
PROGRAM
ANDOR KELLERT
ELECTRIC ORGANIST
For successful affairs such a;
home parties, weddings, Bar
AAitzvahs, etc. Special arrange-
ment for condominiums, aoart
ment house and organizations
Phone. 945-4378
Holiday Greetings From
MONTMARTE HOTEL
4775 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone JE 2-1731
CAMP AKiBA
For BOYS "In the Picturesque Poconos"
FOUNDED IBS*
For GIRLS
Leo and Harriet Gordon Herb and K.i .
Chuck and Ceil i
IT ish to extend their sincerest wishes
for a year of health and happiness
to the following parents and campers
Mr. and Mr.v. Stanley Bduiritin
jtfj Michael and Jack
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Bergman
Wendv and Robert
Mr: and Mrs. Sv Chad)/
K^ri n
Mr. and Mr*. Darid Egnu
Moisrs and Mario
Mr. and Mrs Solomon Gara:i
Itaac
Mr. lone Goodlcss
Marl; and Dean
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Greene
Stephen
Mr and Mm Al Kane
Mcfcl and Dehh.e
Pi. and Mrs -Stan Kan<
Anr.\ and Je/f
Mi a-..: Mrs Allan Mai
I .. Edward and Karen
Mr, a--.,i Mr*. Pearlnun
Mr, and Mri Donald Ru//
Bet'erh Dai id and Brian
Mi and Mrs. Ralph Rosenberg
B< th Ann
D'. an.: Mrs Wynne Ste.n. ,.,i
Bonnie and Faith
SAVE
SPECIAL JAMAICA
EXCURSION TO
MONTEGO BAY
NEW
WXURIOUS
AIR.
CONDITIONED
HOTEL
PER PERSON $163. INCLUDES
1. ROUND TRIP AIR FARE 6. DUNNS FALLS & FERN GUllV
2. DAILY BREAKFAST & DINNER 7. UEGRIL TRY ALL GREEN ISLAND
o. TWO LUNCHES 8 NITE CLUB TOURS
4. SIGHTSEEING & TRANSPORTATION 9 DANCING EVERY EVENING
BY CHAUFFEURED CARS 10 POOL & BEACH BATHING
5 GREEN GROTTO CAVES
Normal 6-Day Rate $199.00
per person double Occup.
Monday Excursion 163.00
Save Per Person $ 36.00
LIMITED SPACE AVAIIAB.
CALL 446-6914
INQUIRE ABOUT Ol'R
THANKSGIVING WEEKEND
TO JAMAICA
TRAVEL
3916 S.W. 8ih Street Coral Gables, Florida
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ORIENT HAWAIIAN ADVENTURE
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COMPLETE FROM MIAMI
First Departure October 20.
Visit the exotic Orient at never-before prices. All first class hotels,
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446-3377
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VIA JAPAN AIRLINES


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Friday, September
Bureau Library Open For Season COdSttme PrOVisfOII
The Central Jewish LiDrary of r<|., Miami Beach, is open from 9
the Bureau of Jewish Education a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday, Tues-
has been reopened for the school day, Wednesday and Friday. Li-
season. 'Pie library at 940 Lincoln brarian is Mrs. Anna Sintow.
Drink A i'Chayim
With Sanka Co/fee
During the holidays when friends
and families will have many oppor-
tunities to gather in celebration
of the New Year, a L,'Chayim" is
traditionally in order. A toa peace and prosperityor with the
approaching holiday season, a toast
to the New Yearalways adds to
the festivities. Sanka Coffee is the
one drink that adds particular fla-
vor to a 'L'Chayim."
Sanka Coffee is the 100 percent
real coffee tht is 97 percent caT-
fein free. Only caffein has been
removed from Sanka Coffee, and,
as you know, caffein adds neither
flavor nor aroma to any cup of
coffee. So Sanka tastes just as
good or, as your guests may judge,
better than regular coffee.
After a hearty Rosh Hashanah
meal or any time you feel like a
delicious cup of coffee, drink a
L'Chayim with instant or regular
Sanka. Kosher and Pane.
The library now contains 13.000
volumes in Hebrew. English and
Yiddish, with special sections on
Judaism, Bible. History, and Zi-
onism.
The Library Committee consist
of Mrs. Joseph Duntov. chairman,
Louis Heiman. cochairman. Mrs.
; Joseph Abelow, Dr. Sigmund Foa
, ler. Rabbi Sol Landau, Max Mcisel,
! Mrs. David Mustoat. Mrs. Sintow
and Dr. Isaac Untcrman.
Pharmaceutical Group Meets
Dean Hurd M. Jones of the Flor-
ida A k M University School of
Pharmacy was the principal lec-
turer at a one-day seminar con-
ducted recently by the Florida
A & M office of continuing educa-
tion, and sponsored by the South-
east Florida Pharmaceutical Assn.
Miami Commissioner Mrs. M.
Athalie Range, was a guest speaker
at the event arranged by Ben Saks,
association president, which had
more than 200 Miami area phar-
macist* in attendance.
Pi**':
JVc
or man
S. T>allot
Extends To All
Greetings and Best Wishes
For A Happy
And Healthy New Year
In New Quarters
Coa.-tline Provision Co.. Inc., ex-
clusive" distributors of delicatessen
meat products for the 108-year-old
David Berg & Co. and Kosher Zion
Sausage Co., has moved to new and
larger quarters in Miami after 20
years at 855 Biscayne St, Miami
Beach.
Herman Kane, sales and market-
ing director of Coastline, this week
announced that the company has
moved to the Zero City Food Com-
plex. 6985 N.W. 37th Avc. Miami,
where many large restaurant and
hotel supply houses, as well as
brokers and distributors, have
Iheir facilities.
According to Mr. Kane, the move
has tripled the space of Coastline
Provision, which distributes the
complete line of David Berg and
Kosher Zion government inspected
hot dogs, pastrami, corned beef,
and special delicatessen meat prod-
ucts to hotels, restaurants, institu-
tions, supermarkets, delicatessens,
and drive-ins within a 100-mile la-
dius of Miami.
Elliott M. Herring is Florida
sales manager: Sam Blum is plant
superintendent.
Greetings
for the
Veir Year
It is fitting on this first day of the Jewish New Yeq-
renew our attention to the troubled Mideast, particularly h,
Israel, a bastion of freedom in an area menaced by ;om
munism and largely shackled by tyranny.
There is no peace on the borders of Israel. Gunfire and
terror are a way of life in the tiny nation, and the buildinc
of defenses against annihilation have gone hand in hand
with building a stable economy in the ancient land.
Largely overshadowed by mere dramatic events is the
ironic and despairing fact that the United States has soent
millions of dollars to arm the enemies of Israelaims which
will be turned aqainst that nation, the only true friend of
America in the Mideast and, indeed, the true friend oi ire*
men everywhere.
These are not happy thoughts on this day. but they must
be said and said again until present policies are correrted.
It is my sincere hope that I will have a voice in corrertinc
them.
Mike 'Mim ii | ix m
Republican Nominee for Congress
12th District of Florida
Proudly .: by the C n Bltci Mil;: Thornp
: the U S C nsreu
Rod Taylor
Claudia Gardinale
Harry Guardino
The Hell
as] with Heroes
DR. and MRS. S. NUSSMl/M ,
AND FAMILY WiSH THEIR
FRIENDS AND RELATIVES
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO THE ENTIRE
JEWISH COMMUNITY
BLACKSTONE KOSHER
RETIREMENT RESIDENCE
Newly REFURBISHED ROOMS
Dial 538-1811
800 Washington Avenue Miami Beach
MICHAEL SOSSIN, L.L.D., President
MARVIN SOSSIN, Executive Director


Htjay. September 20. 196P
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U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
. W-'i- Walton, D.C.
1)EAR FRIENDS:
-.---- M> warmest wishes M"om.h- Jewish commtiiflt? 'flf
Greater Miami lor a most happy, healthy, prosperous
and peaceful New Year.
Jews everywhere must be reassured that the year
:729 will brinu help and support from their many friends.
lur hope is always for peace. But if peace is impossible
we must all join together to see that those who have
-truKgled so long for freedom will prevail.
Warmest regards.
DANTE B. FASCELL,
Member of Congress
wyv>^^^^^*^^^^^^^^v^^w^vwws
Best Wishes To All
For A Very Happy
and Prosperous !Seiv Year
Senator and Mrs.
Robert L Shevin
AND FAMILY
ana
<*t 1l/a.. ro a4H
STATE REPRESENTATIVE
Louis Wolfson. II
New Year's Greetings From
YOUNG ISRAEL of GREATER MIAMI
990 N.E. 171st STREET, NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Naftall Porush, Rabbi Ernest Field, President
A Most Happy New Year to the Entire Jewish Community
TEMPLE TIFERETH ISRAEL
WILLIAM E. SCHACHTER
President
RUBIN KUTUN
Board Chairman
Happy Holidays to the Jewish Community
LOUIS HAFTEL
9560 HARDING AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
Telephone 866-8041
New Year Greetings to the Jewish Community from
D. A. ROLFE and the
M AICIIOICO HOOK SHOP
96 MIRACLE MILE CORAL GABLES
THE TOWEL SHOP OF MIAMI. INC.
9864 BIRD ROAD 223-1573
NEW MONTICELLO TOWEL SETS
BEACH TOWELS BATH TOWELS
BY THE LB. BOY SOX 39c 49c
NURSE
MATES
Fdr"#Jkih^ treasure-'
$11.95
While or Black
ARNO
COMFORT
SHOE STORE
8228 N.E. 2nd Ave. MIAMI
LLOYD S. APPLE
AND
HENRY C. APPLE
WISH ALL A VERY HEALTHFUL
AND PROSPEROUS COMING YEAR
LLOYD S. APPLE CATERERS
"WEDDING & BANQUET SPECIALISTS"
tjri
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. HOLIDAY GREETINGS .
To Our Friends and Customers
FACTORY CARPET OUTLET
"100,000 Sq. Yds. in Stock to Choose From
All Sizes-All Colors-All Types"
14995 N.E. 20th AVENUE, NORTH MIAMI 944-3448
~~ CHOICE not CHANCE I
SIMON COHEN
Developer Builder
HAS BROUGHT THE MORE THAN
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QUALITY, NOT QUANTITY.
... INVITES YOU TO OUR
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Friday. September
11frl&CMtf
you can be SUM of tht BEST of J
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LOCAL DELIVERY-
Phone 945-9611
19013 N.E. 167th St., N. Miami Beach
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CORALY LAMPS & SHADES
1913 Pone. Do Loon Blvd.
Coral Gablos 446-6033
COMPLETE LAMP REPAIR SHOP
Expert Shade Recovering Shades Made To Order $
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Wig and Wiglets Reasonably Priced
Haircut-ISO
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10% DISCOUNT COUPONS
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OPEN SUNDA Y 11:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.
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DOROTHY MAY DANCE STUDIO
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For Furtkir Information
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21 Ponce do Loon Blvd.
at Flagler St.
MR. TROY'S
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865->;ji7
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Jjrides and K~ji
rooms
Ui rni r K.ilm
MRS. JAY M POUPKO
Poupko-lisquit
Maxine L. Zisquit. daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zisquit. Miami
Beach, and Jav M Poupko. son of
Rabbi and Mrs. Morris Poupko of
Philadelphia, were joined in matri
mony in the Napoleon Room of the
Deauville Hotel Sunday. Sept. 1.
Officiating at the nuptials were
the bride's uncle. Rabbi Israel F..
Friedman, and the groom's uncle.
Rabbi Isaac Poupko. both of New
York The bride's grandfather.
Morris Friedman attended, as did
Rebbetzin Poupko. grandmother of
the groom.
For her wedding the bride chose
a white silk organza gown and the
traditional bridal veil. Her bou-
quet was a cascade of white roses
and phaleonopsis. Ellen Zisquit.
who was maid of honor for her
sister, was gowned in yellow chif
fon and carried a nosegay of yellow
j roses with velvet streamers. Rita
I Poupko. bridesmaid, was in yellow
I chiffon with daisies and held a
nosegay of matching yellow daisies
and velvet streamers Esther Poup-
, ko. junior bridesmaid, was also in
yellow with yellow miniature car-
nations and velvet streamers form-
! ing her nosegay. Flower girl Ronda
j Nussbaum, was dressed in yellow
i and white and dropped rose petals
from her decorated basket onto
! the yellow satin runner for the
bride to walk on as she came down
the aisle.
Howard Poupko was besl man
for his brother and groomsmen in-
cluded Donald and Jud I Zisquit
the bride's brothers; Gary Poupko.
Ivan Bsterman, Yankiel Poupko
Jeffery Bloom and Yechiel Po
The bridal procession w
down a garden pathwaj ui
aisle arches decorated with green Jg**~
ooxwood, wnue oauy a orcaui **-
stephanotis. to a garden setting of
decorated arches, floral urns and
spiral candelabras on either side
of a floral bower canopy held by
white marble tone columns where
i he ceremony took place. Aqua
chrysanthemums, were coordinated
with sunburst yellow gladioli and
poms for the color theme. Sylvia
Milsen, Blossom Shop's wedding
consultant, and her stall arranged
all floral decorations j ri> t personal
flowers
At the dinner which followed, the
wedding cake i>'k prominence on
a satin drape,I table surrounded by
yellow and white flower-. Tne
bridal family table held the tradi-
tional "chalah," silver candelabras
with aqua candle tapers and cen-
terpiece- of yellow, aqua and white j
flowers, while the guest tables were
decorated with centerpieces of
yellow spider mums, gladioli and
white pinnochio poms holding aqua
candle tapers.


Wen
MM. NfCHOlS SMITH
GREETIN
TO ALL
C JR FR I
FRC7
WINDSOR
TOWERS
1551 N.E. 167th Street
North Miami Beach
Phone 949-4511
SEASONS BEST WISHES
TO ALL
TEFFTS GOWNS
BRIDAL 4
EVENING WEAR
3546 Coral Way HI 3-6112
171st St.. North Miami Beach, t
The bride, a graduate of the at,ir;cd in a wm' >*'" Wins
Hebrew Academv and Miami Beach w,th bo(1,ce ani1 lon~ sleev appl
Senior High School, is enrolled at 'qued wlth P*"1 and ''"' embr-
Jacoby Hospital, an affiliate of the eTy. *** rried a bouquet of wife
Albert Einstein School of Medicine. | orch,ds-
Mr Poupko. who graduated from Attending the bride were [nw
Yeshiva University and Rabbi Dearman and Madeline Krupp
Isaak Elchanan Thulog-cal Semi-
nary, is present!) attending Albert
Einstein School of Medicine.
Following a wedding trip to the
Bahamas, the newlvweds will be
living in New York.
Lawrence Dearman served lat
groom as best man; ushering m
John Piccinino.
The bride is a graduate of Chi:
ron-Williams Commercial Collew
Her husband, whose parents a:;
Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Smith of Sa:
Smith-Dearnwn Jo&e- Calif., graduated from Sa:
Lynn Diane Dearman and Nich- :J<5Se ?.,a,e Co,,ese- an(l is J prn*'
Oil John Smith were united in mar- invesl,8ator-
riage Sunday. Sept. 8 at the Se- A reception was held at the S-
ville Hotel. Rabbi Max Lipschitz "He after the ceremony
officiated at the 7 p.m ceremony. Following a honeymoon trip :
The bride, the daughter of Mr. I Nassau, the couple will reside it
and Mr- Erwin Dearman. 491 NE Homestead.
YOU ARE INVITED
Miss Iva, Miss Ann, Miss Judy, Miss Grace
Formerly of Karen Lee Coiffures are
extending an invitation to all their friends
and patrons to visit them in then
location.
'-i
>ral
eef /
THEIMAIA-- .
manage-
phone 238 -'"
15023 south dixie highwoy
PS MISS 1UUE, NOW ON VACATION RETURNS THURS SED'

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PRODUCTS, INC.
5o60 N.W. 35th Ave fh. o.*-o/o. o 4 1
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Friday. September 20. 1968
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THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
AND FRIENDS OF
OHOLEI TORAH DAY SCHOOL
Extend New Year Greetings to the
Jewish Community of Greater Miami
W CORDIALLY INVITE YOU To PART1CJPATE l\ OUR
Second Annual Meiave Malke
SHABAS SHUVA,
SATURDAY. SEPT. 28. 1968. 9 P.M.
CARIBBEAN HOTEL
38th STREET & COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Couvert $3.50 PER PERSON
CALL 532-5968
Reliance Radio and Television
700-71st STREET
MIAMI BEACH
PHONE: 865-8661
Extends Holiday Greetings
TO IMJOY MM "J A KM"
ri ASSES AND LtAIN Hit
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PeteA 0 MEMBER AMERICAN INSTITUTE
INTERIOR DESIGNERS
FURNITURE
DRAPERIES
CARPETS
SMART ACCESSORIES
rae*i
nc.
We Handle All Details
PROFESSIONAL CONSULTATION
at No Charge
Call 444-4201
45S Biltmore Way, C. G. Just Behind City Hall
SHOlVSOOM LOCATED AT
THIS ADDRESS SINCE l*5
JUDY JAMES TOP FASHION
HAIR STYLIST
MISS CRUZ ... IS AT HER BISCAYNE
3LVD. SALON. NOW OPEN on SUNDAY
375 E. 49th St., Hialeah 822-4391
7120 Biscayne Blvd. 751-2221
j/ic sliest ^JallfJ a<4tout iVomen
(vofM ^--orncs to *^eittli /"/oriiiii
jentnousc \~~-oil hires
SEPTEMBER SPECIAL
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WAVE WITH MASSAGE AND
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100
REG. $3C 00
5953 S. DIXIE HIGHWAY, SOUTH MIAMI, FLORIDA 33143
PATTY'S
D. Bruce Levy, son of Mr. and
ivlrs. Milton Lew of North
Miami Beach, hr--_Sei:i named
the recipient of the I. E. Go!d-
bera Rina of Aloha Epsilon Pi
Fraternity as the outstanding
underqraduate in the nation.
New Owners For
Bezalel House
Rev. and Mrs. Samuel H. Silver-
man, formerly of New York and
Chicaso. have purchased the Beza-
lel Israeli Discount Home, 949
Washington Ave., Miami Beach.
Rev. Silverman, a wpll-known
cantor, was in the religious goods
business for many years in both
New York and Chicago.
The Bezalel Israeli Discount
House carries a complete line of
religious articles for homes and
synagogues. including taleisim.
Bar Mitzvah outfits and gifts, wed-
ding and engagement gifts, gold
and silver chains and other jewel-
ry. The store is open Sundays as
well as weekdays.
NOW *2(T
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iwru
for :o!iecors of fine fashions
1613 N.E. 163rd ST.. N. MIAMI BEACH. FLA. 944 3232
5838 SW 73rd ST., SOUTH MIAMI. FLA. 665-7371
5950 S. DIX'E HWY., SOUTH MIAMI, FLA. 6671212
2uj;; "Wi
BE IN FASHION
WITH A
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//
5950 S. DIXIE HIGHWAY-SO. MIAMI
PENTHOUSE BLDG. PHONE 665-6142
A Happy Passover To All
Marine Engine Overhaul
and Installation
Distributors
Universal Marine Engines
Crusader Marine Engines
both Gas and Diesel
MIAMI MARINE
ENGINEERS, INC.
418 S.W. 2nd AVENUE
Miami 36, Florida
C. A. tauter
Telephone 373-6669
CHILDREN'S CORNER
Serving Miami leach Since 1941
extend*
Best lllilies
for a
7111 IvrtR Ave. 161-7303
REDUCE SIZE
OF HIPS, WAIST, TUMMY
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Phon. 2714347 226-4539
former Member of the Vienna
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Presents Europian
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BALLET CONTEMPORARY MODERN I %JW*3i*'
INTERPRETIVE DANCING
Find out for yourself! Call for
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444-6255
A/so Exercise Classes for Adults:
BALLET CONTEMPORARY MODERN
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sajg
THE UPSTAIRS BOUTIQUE
for
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SOLD UIKKT I K4MI >l \M t U II KKR TO YOI*
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Friday, September 20. 196-5
MM L 1 I
^cmp/inici its
of
TROPICAL PARK
INC
SAUL SILBERMAN President
A HOME FOR
THE VALUE MINDED
HOME BUYER
THIS freshly painted 3 bedroom 2
bath, pool home with large 2 car
garage and fenced yard must be
seen to be appreciated. Large roof,
d patio area provides charm and
privacy. Bus to Palmetto Jon^r and
Senior High. Kitchen it equipped
with built-in oven and range Just
installed new filter for pool. Imme-
diate possession.
South Dade Realty, Inc.
REALTORS
235-3131
Abel
Garden Apartments
Lovely Belle Isle, on the waterfront,
off Venetian Causeway. Spacious
one ana! two bedroom, furnished or
unfurnished. Air conditioned, large
pool, boat docks, free parking. Two
choice apartments available now.
$225 to S300. Adults, no pets.
11 Island Ave.
532-6918
Between 9 a.m. & 6 p.m.
MIAMI'S NEWEST
DEALER
WANTS YOUR BUSINESS
LARGEST SELECTION
IN MIAMI
OPEN ROAD CAMPERS
30 MODELS TO CHOOSE
FACTORY TRAINED CAMPER
SPECIALIST TO SERVE YOU
ANYTHING OF VALUE
TAKEN IN TRADE
BANK RATES LONG TERMS
CAMPERS FOR YOUR TRUCK
AS LOW AS *795
NEW AND USED TRUCKS
ARE HERE FOR CAMPERS
BUY TODAY!!!
CAMP TOMORROW
NORTHWESTERN TRAILER
SALES
HOME OF THE OPEN ROAD
14060 N.W. 27th Ave. 688-6538
INVESTORS GROUP FORMING
EXCLUSIVE Developments in Area
Franchising. New Franchisers, in.
ventions. Building. Leasebacks. and
Partnership*,. All funds in escrow
account until released by you or
refundable -*\ your request. Call
Mr. Angtl at 358-1865.
SELTZ FRANCHISING
DEVELOPMENTS of FLORIDA
1101 Brickell Avenue
Suite 706. Miami, Florida
CORAL GABLES HOME
Cheerful and Spacious
BEST describes this 5 year old
custom built home on quiet corner
between Granada and Ponce Jr.
High School. In addition to separate
dining room this centrally air cond.
and heated home has 3 double bed-
rooms. 2' 2 baths, eat-in kitchen.
Florida room and oversized 2 car
garage. $34,900. Open Sat.. Sun.
Call 665-5928.
Want Your
Own Business?
Service Station
Opportunity Available in
South Dade Area

Ambitious person mil te ( <"
Jpaifl training and linanoai aunt *
>" I
Call R. A. ludd
I J
: Atlantic
Richfield
tllilllo. *
22* 307S f.enmot
South-East Miami
Doctors Executives
CLOSE to Mercy Hospital, on S.
Bayshore Dr.. 5 minutes to down-
town. Vtry elegant custom built on
a beautiful and spacious corner lot.
3 bedrooms. 2 baths, den. formal
dining room. Delightful kitchen
with sliding breakfast bar Sprinkl-
er system throughout the yard,
several fruit trees which give re-
freshing shade to barbeque pit in
back yard Price S40.000. terms to
be arranged. For Appointment call
Mrs. Mendoza. Assoc, Res. 377-0712.
KEYES CO. 43rd YEAR
2260 S. Dixie Realtors 445-0594
SANIBEL ISLAND
On the Gulf of AAexko, I mites from Ft. Myers, on the quiet
southwest coast of Florida. The shell capital of the world,
turf and dock fishing and boat morma odjatent.
WATERFRONT UTS IN IT 121 FT. t3,S00-S7,SOI (TOMS)
SAMUEL ESTATES JtMIM DAVIDSON, rHES.-O WNER
200 W avriarWtV MOM AAIAMI
tWr HonW Momts. AMawii 31134 160-3311
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HALLETT
PONTIAC
6701 SO. DIXIE
\ WT^TXTiSni
Son ih East ( hrysler's
COUNT
DOWN
HAS BEGUN
WE INVITE YOU TO
SEE OUR NEW
'69 CHRYSLERS
AND PLYMOUTHS
"fOR
EXAMPLE"
PLYMOUTH
FURY III 4 DOOR HARDTOP
FACTORY AIR CONDITIONED, AUTOMATIC TRANS., POWER
STEERING ANO POWER BRAKES. ETC.
$
2995
'G7 MP $P"t Sfdan.
0/ lYlU speed. radio.
htattr,
whittwallj
51350
'66 CHEY. tflt
lop. V-l, automatic, power
Steering, beautiful vinyl top,
FACTORY AIR )|QQp
CONDITIONEO .....1033
'66 CHRYSLER
4-daor Sedan. FACTORY AIR
CONDITIONED. VI, automat-
ic, power steering, power
brakes, radio, heattr, etc.
Vtry a.
tractive ...
'2195
'66 MERCURY
Montclair 4-door Hardtop. A
real nie. '2095
car
'66 RAMBLER
Classie '770* 4-door. 6-cyl
automatic, power steering.
AIR, low mileage. $
Vtry sharp
1695
'64 CHRYSLER
Newport 4-door Sedan. Auto-
matic, V-8. power steerinr,
etc. Good *QRfl
tires, clean 9JU
'68 PLYMOUTH
Satellite 2-door Hardtop. VI.
automatic, power steering,
whitcwalls, 4,000 actual
miles. FACTOHY SOnQC
AIR CONDITIONED tJUJ9
'68 PLYMOUTH
floadrunner. 383 cu, in. en-
gine, V-8, 4-barrel, automat-
ic, radio, heater, vinyl root,
candy applt
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'68 MUSTANG
V-J, automatic, power steer
ing, power brakes, radio,
heattr, vinyl tap. SOlEf)
Perltct condition 4b I JU
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Fury III 2-door Hardtop. 2
tone, V-t, automatic, power
steering, radio, heater. A
real sharp car, FACTORY
AIR CON- f
DITIONED ...
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'65 CHRYSLER
4-door Sedan. Power btakes,
power steering, V-8, automat-
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AIR CON 'IdQJ.
DITIONED ........I "raw
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900 It FEDERAL HWY. (U.S. ])T
HALUNOALE PHONE 947-0841


Friday. September 20. 1968
+ tmUMnrirtiw
Paae MB
NORTH CAROLINA
PROPERTY FOR SALE
5 ACRE-VACATION HOMESITES
$1995
Mendersonviile Atheville Area.
Beautiful Mountain. Excellent. Also
available: Trout Stream Sites Only
ft.500 Adjoining National Forest,
Sportsmen"* paradise. Terrific
Western N.C. Interested? Call or
write Leon M. Newman, Realtor.
1809 Ponce, Qoral Gables. Fla..
444-1681 or 448-8284 anytime for
Brochures and Easy Terms. Hurry!
SELECT AREAS
Have few choice Homes in
Popular Hollyweod Hills
Aha in Mr exclusive
Lake Section.
Newt Call
JACK PUTT, ASSOCIATE,
922-5031.
BRAND-MOORE PEAITY
2514 Hollywood Blvd
949-5100 (Miomi)
fNDI AN CREEK
MOTOR INN
Deck: Clevalor: Bus a\ Door;
Cooking Facilities in (very Room:
ATTRACTIVE RATES
6060 INDIAN CREFK DR.
Phone 165-9361
PACKAGE LIQUOR STORE
ABSENTEE OWNER GROSSED
SI 60,000 in 1967. 20 years in
same location. Price $44,000.
$24,000 down. Owner will take
Mortgage for Balance.
See MARION T. FISCHER REALTOR
6855 Hollandole Beach Blvd.
Miramar Shopping Center
983-3000 Hollywood
INCOME PROPERTY
8 UNITS and POOL
$52,000
2 MDROOM APTS.-6 EffCrS.
Quiet area. Pool. Shufflcboard
court. Sprinklers. Fence. Ample
parking. All furnished. Heart of
North Miami. Call
ANGElA DALEY,
REALTOR
1713 N.E. 125th STREET 757 2559
KINGS BAY HOME
INCLUDES BOAT DOCK
3 Large bedrooms, 2 baths, 33x17'
Florida room, 25'x16' living room,
full dining room, large kitchen,
utility room, double garage. By
owner. 14561 S.W. 64th Ct.
235-1536
Wishing All a Very
Healthy and
Happy New Year
A. LPERPER,
BROKER
Dealing in' General
Real Estate For 42 years
in Florida
311 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Phone: 531-0375
HIGHWAY FRONTAGE
10 ACRES 1 MILE FROM CITY
$27,000 GOOD TERMS
Call 247-0857 or 247-8788
VELMA S. GRAY, Realtor
1135 N. KROME, HOMESTEAD
HOLLYWOOD
CUSTOM BUILT ON WATERWAY
2'2 BEDROOM. 3 bath pool home.
Exceptionally wide waterfront with
seawall and dock, access to water-
way. Large screened-in pool and
patio area with colorful awnings
and lush landscaping for privacy.
Extra large bedrooms, enormous
wardrobe room, many, many, ex-
tras. A most unusual home. Ask-
ing $37,500. Call Jack Platt Associ-
ate 922-5031. Brand-Moore Realty
2S14 Hollywood Blvd. 949-6100
(Miami).
SKYLAKE AREA
Executive Estates
1.75 ACRE
Exquisite Oak Trees Encircle Pool
3 Bedrooms, 3 Baths, 2 Car Oarage
2 Family Rooms, also Florida Room
$59,000
LITTLE DEE ANTHONY, Broker
18600 N.E. 22nd MM.
947-3615
NEAR U. OF MIAMI
This is our best offering. 3 Bed-
room, 2 Bath. Dream home. Central
air and heat, carpeting, drapes.
IMMACULATE. Priced for quick sale
at $38,500.
CRONAN HI ALT Y, Realtor 665-7822
5842 Sunset Dr.
South Miami, Fla.
MODERN BUILDING
Lease all or part, S.W. X-way near
Bird. All conveniences. Also ware-
houses. The Pump House 223-1731.
THE PUMP HOUSE
6400 S.W 75 th Av
J. S. BLAIN
Over 47 Years Selling Florida
FLORIDA LANDS
INVESTMENTS
SUITE 807
OLYMPIA BUILDING
MIAMI, FLORIDA
BOCA RATON
THE MONTEGO APTS.
1800 N.W. 4 Ave. Just com-
pleted and now leasing furn.
apts. for students. Api. build,
ing overlooks Florida Atlantic
University campus.
For further information phone
221-4457 Miami or 391-0384
Boca Raton.
-*.-
BROWARD COUNTY
Earmarked For Progress!!
From 10 acres to 120 acres, adjoin-
ing Nova educational complex. Ideal
for apts. and light industry. Con-
venient to major highways. Terms
available. For information write or
call 947-9081 (Miami)
GILL REALTY, Realtors
49O0So.DAVIER0AD,
FT. LAUDERDALE
ESTATE SALE
80 Acres Vero Beach $495 per
40 Prime-Sarosota $595 per
640 South Dade U.S. 1 $695 per
These are way below comparable.
Call or write for free map.
SiCUMTY Real Utate 373-3178
1641 S.W. 8th St., Miami 33135
S ACRES HIGH
PINE-LAND
QWT, OF JETSTREAM NOISE
HAVE your own cottage near the
beat hunting, fresh and spit water
fishing and investment in So. Fla.
BEAT THE PRICE INCREASE.
$995 total *25 down $?5 month. Also
DISNEY WC- LO AREA
1'/4 ACRES SI.495. $15 down. $15
month, no interest, no taxes. See
for yourself. Stop for Free map.
NOAH HITE BROKER 696-6631
1744 N.W. 95th Street, Miami
THE ISLANDER
HI-RISE
13TH ST. A COLLINS AVE i block
to Ocean luxury Studio Apts.
Weekly, Monthly, Yearly Rates
ROOFTOP Pool and Sundeck
Phone 534-4691
Holiday Greetings
To^ur Friends and Clients
WIN REALTY, Inc
Harry J. Friedman
Norman L. La Porte
Bernie Schoenfeld
1127 N.E. 163rd Street
Phone 949-4228
52,000 SQ- FT. INDUSTRIAL
ideal location. 42S Ft. advertis-
ing exposure directly on East West
Xway near Palmetto Connection,
has 86 Ft. str.eet frontage on Mw
76 Ave. at 8 St. Only 4 blocks from
new Miami Merchandise Mart. Easy
quick access to Palmetto and East
West Xwtfy*. Needs tome ground
.preparation. Priced as is for $35,-
000. Cash" or terms.
Hicks Realty Inc., Realtors
Phone 446-2513
5161 S.W. Bth Street
TRADE OR SELL
CORAL GABLES HOME
large 3 bedroom 2 bath, pool home.
Trade for smaller Gables home or
sell. $45,0OO-$293 month.
1414 ALEGRANO 667-8750
-
Holiday Greetings .
To All
From .
WILLIAM BREST.
Realtor
14447 N.W. 7th Avenue
Phone 685-3566
Courteous Complete
24 Hour Service
IEIA B. REED, Realtor
575 N.E. 125th Street
North Miami, Florida
Phone 751-1688
FERR0-CEMENT BARGE, FOR SALE
60- x 24' x 4'
E-V Associates, Inc., announces completion of the first Fibersteel ferro-
cement barge built in the United States. Suitable for deluxe houseboat,
floating motel, restourant or general purpose barge. Available for in-
spection.
E-V ASSOCIATES, INC., 261 S.W 6th STREET 358-3680
Warehouse: beautiful
Rent: reasonable
Now completing 7 deluxe, modern warehouses.
Where? Fastest growing area South Dade.
What Price a Warehouse to be proud of?
$225.00 per month. Panelled offices.
Landscaping. 3000 sq. ft. of handsome,
architecturally designed space. Ample parking.
Call Mr. Shapiro, Warehouse Associates,
538-2591.
NET MARKETS and
CURRENT INFORMATION
ON THE FOLLOWING
Aero Systems
Airlift International
All Tech. Industries
American Foods
American Hydrocarbon
Architectural Marble
Barry-Martir.
Cryo-Therm
Florida Metal Supply
Jet Avion
Pearce-Simpson
Richards Aircraft
Russell Aluminum
Sonoma International
Superior Window
Tech Aerofoam
Tudor Industries
Weinkles Liquor
Instant Over-the-Counter Quotes
DALEN INVESTMENTS
and FUNDS, INC.
2801 N. MIAMI AVENUE
377-8417
BROWARD COUNTY
Introducing ,
INTERLACHEN
FLORIDA
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Shell Oil Compony is looking lor outstonding businessmen to run Shell s'o
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Shell is growing here, and more dealers ore needed now.
(Note: Previous experience with automobiles or service stations helps, but is
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Learn more about the high-profit business you con build as a Shell
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915 N.E. 125th ST.
North Miomi. Florida 3)161
Yes, I wont to know more about
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Jones was playing in the Na-
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when J one's club touched a
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Reporters later said that
NOBODY saw the ball move
. Jones, however, asked
that he be penalized a stroke
. Everyone tried to talk
him out of taking the penalty
because no one saw the ball
mnve But Jones insisted
and as it turned out, that
stroke cost him the title that
year Someone later asked
Jones why he'd done it. ,
He said "That's the only way
to play the game" ... Is
there a better definition of
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hnday. September 20. 1968
fJmist mkridktr
Paae 13-B
1
Cedars Convalescent Home Nears Completion
grand blessing," Rabbi Orimland j Cedars of Jeru-alem as a great in-
said, "and in the coming months i Jtitution for the continued health
and years, I hope to establish I ind well-being of all our patients '
Soon to start servlngMlAP&pecial
needs of the Jewish community is
iji modern new nursing and conva-
lescent home, scheduled to begin
opt ration in October. To be called j
Cedars of Jerusalem, the new fa-
aiity, with Rabbi Gimpel Orim-
.
RABBI GIMPEL ORIMLAND
inda licensed nursing home op-
fator as well as an ordained rabbi
its Administrative Director,
rill be located at 1758 NE 168th
North Miami Beach.
If one word had to be chosen to
^scribe Rabbi Orimland, it would
"vigorous." He has to be, in
rder to keep up with his responsi-
llities. But those that know him
solder who has. a fine sense of
Humor and a great interest in
people. In lact "Liking People, Just
;or Themselves" is tb'*be the motto
of he staff of 50 under his super-
vision at the new 120-bed facility.
One of the most modern nursing
homes in America, its more than
36.0J0 square feet will include two
separate kitchensone dairy, one
meatin order to guarantee strict
observance of ka^hruth standards.
Intercom wiring links all rooms to
the nursing station as well as to
the cenlral Administrator's Office;
piped in oxygen is available in each
room. In the therapy and rehabili-
tation wings inhalation therapy,
phy-ical therapy, speech therapy
and occupational therapy are pro-
vided fir; a beauty parlor and a
barber shop are also located on
~.v pivnii.es. In addition, a special
limousine will be available for pa-
rents wishing transportation to
local art or shopping centers, or
to attend the movies.
At Cedars of Jerusalem the ac-
1 cent will be on home-like atmo-
spherefrom the comfortable fur-
, nishings to the outside balconies
on each room, where the occupant
can easily enjoy the out-of-doors.
"We must take the initiative in
finding solutions to the problems
of the aged, those born of social
and technological evolution," Rabbi
Orimland said. "Failure to do so
itual growth. It .sems ineurobeat
on us, while seeking solutions to
resulting mental and physical prob-
lems Of (Waged, that-we help by-
generating a very special facility
that offers that "extra measure of
devotion' with the spirit of Jewish
tradition to each patient's indi-
vidual problems."
Within the Cedars of Jerusalem
building complex is the Synagogue !
Chapel, which is open at all hours
of the day. The Home and Syna- '
gogue will be operated in accord- |
ance with Orthodox standards; reg- j
ular daily and Sabbath services j
are part of the program. The resi- j
dent Rabbi provides all necessary
rabbinical services, guaranteeing
strict observance of dietary laws, j
Boasting one of the finest medi-
cal facilities in South Florida with
both doctors and nurses in constant
attendance. Cedars will comply
, fully and completely with the poli-
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Complete and appetizing menus
prepared by a licensed, registered
dietit:an will be offered. Three
complete meals will be prepared
dailyplus bedtime snacksfrom
the finest meats, vegetables, dairy
products and fruits obtainable.
"I know that helping people is a
ojvf fCWt? ty&
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Friday. September 20, 1953
Whe* I
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We wish our friends and patrons the compliments
of the season. May the coming year bring
you the success for whi ch you are
striving, the happiness you
are craving, the good
health to enjoy
them both.
Gladsome and GUirimis Nmc Year!
menoana
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UN 5-75 ll
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Ph. 377-8901 1988 N. Miami Ave.
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A VERY HAPPY PASSOVER TO ALL .
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990 N.E. 79th STREET Ph. 797-2351
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
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26 S. W. SO. RIVER DR.
MIAMI FR 9-1155
New Year Greetings
To The Entire
Jewish Community
J&M
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9504 Harding Avenue
MIAMI BEACH
New Year Greetings from
Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Klein
Of The
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429 Espanola Way
Miami Beach JE 8-3870
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
from
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landscape Designer
1551 San Ignacio Avenue
Coral Gables 33146
Phone 758-7755
GREETINGS from
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6101 N.W. 7th AVENUE MIAMI. FLORIDA
Phone 758-8708
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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89 N.E. 27th Street
Phone 358-1385
"HOLIDAY GREETINGS"
Introducing The Office Of
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8960 S.W. 87th COURT
MIAMI, FLA. 33156
274-3225
10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
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TO ALL OUR FRIENDS and CUSTOMERS
The Showcase
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400 N.E. 79th STREET
"The Most Elegant Antique Shop in Miami"
We buy -objects of art Sterling silver rare items fine |ewelryj
Phone 758-6071 Evenings 758-8497
STORE HOURS MON. thru SAT. 8:30 a.m to 9:30 p.m.
OPEN SUNDAY 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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7035 S.W 87th Avenue
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Friday. September 20. 196R
vjtwisti Fk)ridliiain
Paae 15-B
Services Held For
Harry Simons] 90
Obituaries
ARBEITER
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE

NOTICI UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
ib.- undersign.-.I. 'I
I
I
thai
Funeral scttlees for Harry Si
tnons, a founder and former presi-
dent of Beth David Congregation,
were held this week at the syna-
gogue. Mr. Simons died Saturday
, the age of 90.
Active in synagogue affairs. Mr.
Simons was treasurer emeritus at
Beth David as well as founder of
the library there which bears his
name.
He helped establish and was
manager of the Ackcrman Mo't-
sjigfl Agency. In 1967 he was hon-
ored by the Florida State Chamber
of Commerce as the oldest working
male in Dade County. Mr. Simons
came to Miami 43 years ago froii
Iowa
Surviving are a son. I.t. Col.
Theodore Simons. Wiesbaden. Gtr-
rnany; two daughters. Mrs. Leo
Ackerman and Mrs. Theodore j
Sandier: six grandchildren and \ der the direction of Gordon Fun-
three great-grandchildren. ieral Home, with interment in Mt.
Funeral arrangements were un- Nebo Cemetery.
HARRY, 12, 166(1 N.E 171 si passed
away Friday, Sept. t. II. nine to
N..\i li 13 yvJuraKgd from New Vurk
and waa member o! the NawcaF
Benevolenl Assoc. Guild. He is sur-
vived by his wife, Sylvia; daughter
Blossom Mats, of N.M.B.; brother*
Walter of New Jersey and Jerome of
NAI.lt.; sister* rjoldle Oraubard and
Anna Pallkoff of N..M.H. Funeral
aervlceti were held Sunday, Sept, x.
at "THE RIVERSIDE." N.M.R., with
Interment in Lakeside Memorial Park.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP TH:
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
the undersigned, desiring to engage ink OF Flokidm in and for dadi
business under Die fictitious name oft OUNTT'Jn CHANCERY,
AI'KX 8AI.BS i'" HI 3640 N.W 4
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARTIN viseo,
Plaintiff,
SNYDER
HAKRY SIMONS
NEW YEAR GREETINGS FROM .
tlCITIZEIMS
^ NATIOIMAL BANKS
WttT H0U.VW00O HOUWfOOO MIAMI
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us;
LOW'SI COST Av.-oqi Poo.
(LalO. about S8 00 per month
JAI PRCTECTION 85 5' a.~
ofc'tf Chloral*- lor .llect-vc Algae Con-
trol
EYI &> NOSE IRRITATION nrtuol'y el
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COMPACT '4B'(I fORM Nor.,
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SUM I Blt.it "lt.il"
FOX (REE DELIVER!
688-0528
URu*ARD CAU
587-8850
ANNOUNCES
PRE-SCHOOL CLASSES
KINDERGARTEN
FIRST GRADE
For informatipa ana enrollment, call
weekdays between 10 A.M. and 4 P.M.:
1758-2825
PfcOF. ELIZABETH CASPARI, Director of Education
KATHRYN BENNETT, (Directress, C. M. T.)
THE MIAMI MONTESSORI INSTITUTE
Teacher Training Course Starts Oct. 1st
170 N.E. 99th Street
Miami, Florida 33138
CARL REEDY FLOORING
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13007 N.W. 7th Avenue-688-0212
LET ME BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME OR PLACE OF BUSINESS.
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MAJESTIC CARPET $3.99 YD.
100% CONTINUOUS NYLON
DOUBLE JUTE BACK.
THROW RUGS $1.50 and UP
JOSEPH, 74. .if llsn NK |M St.
passed away Friday, Bept. IS, A res-
ident here -4 yearn, coming Irom
New Jersey, he is survived by his
wife. Mildred; h son. Judge Arthur
Sny.l.r; two daughters, Mrs. Huth
Lanherl and Mrs. Sylvia Bell, nil ..f
N.M.H.: three brothers, CharlM of
Hollywood, Samuel nf Miami ami
Mry. r ..f Miami Beach; two sisters,
Mrs. Cecil* Bain of Hollywood and
Mrs. Mary Heller nf Toronto, Can-
ada; two ste) slaughters, Mrs. iris
sunnier. L.I.. X.V. ami Mrs. Rhoda
stein of N.M.B.; atepaon Stanley Is-
rael of Bo, Miami; eight gra.idchil-
dren and one great-grandson. He
wa a member of Beth Torah Con-
gregation. Services were held Bunday
at BLA8BERG ir.NEltAI. CHAPEL
With iniorm.nl Lakeside Memorial
Park under the direction of Harry
W. Beyer, Funeral Director.
Street, .Miami, Intends t<> register naid
name with the Clerk ..f the Circuit
Curt of Dade County, Florida
APEX SUPPLY INC.
a Florida Corp.
9/20-27 10/4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is hereby given thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious nam. of
A-l TEMPORARY HELP; A-l TEM-
PORARY LABOR; A-l TEMPORARY
SERVICE; al :..14 X. Miami Avenue,
.Miami. Florida, Intends to register
said names with the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit '"..un of bade County, Florida.
A-l LABOR INC.
9/20-21 10/4-11
SIMONS
HARRY, !>n. ,,f HI BE tl St.. passed
away Saturday. He had mad.' his
home In Miami for the paal 41 years
coming from Red Oak, Iowa, Mr.
Simons waa one of the founders and
pioneer members of Beth David Svn-
fgOSJUV, He served as President of
Uelh Duvld, was honored as Treas-
urer Emeritus, and founded the
Harry Simons Library of Beth Da-
vid. II. h.lp.d atabllsh and was
manager of Ackerman Mortgage
Agency and in lioi" was honored as
the oldest working male in Dade
County. Mr. Simons was a Mason,
lie is survived by a son. I.t Col.
Theodore Simons In Welghnden. Ger-
many; two .laughters, Mrs. Babette
Ackerman and Mrs. !.auretto Sand-
ier; six grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren. Services were
held Tuesday at Beth David Syna-
gogue, J6S.*i sw :i \ve.. under the
direction of HOlHWiN PCNERAL
'"""' wl'h Interment in Mt. Nebo
?'emetery. In lieu of flowers, dona-
m.-mory may he made to
the Harry Simons library of Beth
David Synagogue.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 80407.C
In RE Estate of
KI.IAS HALPBRN
11., eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
iCstatc:
You are hereby nr.tified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the estate
of ki.ias HALPBRN, deceased late
of Dade County, Klortda, to tin- Count)
fudges of Dan.- County, and file the
sain.- in duplicate and as provided in
Section 7SS.lt, Florida Statutes, in
their offices in the County Courthouse
in Dade County, Florida, within six
calendar month*, from iha time oi
the first publication hereof, or the
same will be barred.
Dated at Miami Florida, this Uu.
day of September, A.D. 19hk.
PHILIP THAI: and
MIAHI r.KAl'H FIBST
NATIONAL HANK,
aa C.-Kxecutors
First publication of this notice on
the 1Mb dny ..t Beptember, 1108,
1KV1NC CYPEN LAW OPPK EM
Attorneys for Kxcutors
BS6 Arthur lio.ifr.-y Bond,
Miami Beach, Florida
3/20-f:7 in/4-11
vs.
OBTRUDE V18CO,
Defendant
TO; UEKTKITDE VI8CO
You, UERTRl'DE VISCO. are here-
by notified that a Bill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against
you, and > copy ..r your Answer or Pleading to
th.- Hill of Complaint on the I'lainim -
attorney. SAIL T. VON ZAMPT, IMS
Capital Bank lll.lg., Miami. Florida,
and file the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
circuit Court on or before the -i daj
of October, I08S, If you fail to do so,
judgment by .1.-fault will he taken
'against you for the relief demanded
in the ftill Of Complaint
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
Irn THE JEWISH Fl.i HUMAN.
DONE AM> ORDERED :.t Miami.
Florida, 111 i ^ 1! day of September,
AD. 1988.
F. B. LBATHERMAN, clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florid.
By: K H. IJinway, Deputy Clerk
1 (Circut Court Seal)
1 SAI'L T. SON ZAMPT
1812 Capital Bank 1:1.Ig
Miami. Florida 33182
8/20.27 10 4-1
AL.TER. Rose, -.-<, 1HH Pennsylvania
Ave. Riverside, Interment Mt. Nebo,
GiNGOLD, .1. anli. 71, IS01 NW 182nd
Bt., Riverside, interment Mt. Nebo.
GOODMAN, Sara. 79, 100 Lincoln ltd..
liiv.-rriirie.
PERLSTEIN. Mat, SO, 19175 Collins
Ave, Riverside,
RUTMAN. Holla, 74. Mill SW 8th St.
Riverside, Int.-rment Jit Nebo,
LEGAL NOTICE
IN
IN
THg, COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 77876
RB; Estate of
ANNIE lliltuiTZ.
Deceased.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
DISTRIBUTION AND FINAL
DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I
have filed my Final Report and Peti-
tion for Distribution and Final Dis-
charge as Executor of the estate of
ANNIE HPRWITS, deceased and thai
on the 15th day of October, i'".s, will
apply to the Honor-aide County
Judges of Dad-- Comity, Florida, for
approval of said Final Report and
for distribution and final discharge as
Executor of the estate of the above-
named decedent. This 13th .lay of Bep-
tember, 1868.
EDWARD N. MOORE
Executor, Estate of
Annie Hurwlts, 111.....a-.-d
WALTERS, MOORE* C08TAN550
By: Arthur D. Deckelma.i
A t torney
1008 Alnsley Bidg.
Miami, Florida
9/20-27 M 4-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERV
NO. 68-14163
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
LYNN H. Hi IFF
Plaintiff
vs.
JOHN O. CUFF
1 it-fendanl
n I; Ji nix o. nopp
c/o otha M. <:off(
Caledonia Avenue
Laurenburg*, North Carolina
You, JOHN notified that a Bill of Complaint for
Divorce has 1.....n filed against you.
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Aiisw. r or Pleading to the Bill
of Complaint on tin- Plalntlffa ii-
tornev, LAWRENCE I. IK il.LANHLIt.
Suite 817. City National Bank Build-
ing, 25 West Flagler Street. Miami,
Florida 13139 and file the original
Answer Or Pleading in the office of
the clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the 28rd day of October, l'.ms
If you fail to do so. judgment by de-
fault will be tak.-n against you for the
relief demanded In the Bill of Com-
plaint.
This noli.-.- shall he iml.li h- -I once
each w.ek for four consecutive waeka
in THE JEWISH FH'ItllUAN
DONE AND ORDERED :m Miami,
Florida this 19th dav of September
A.D. li'tiS.
I.\ I! LBATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dad.- County. Florida
By: N A l'"\V KTT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seali
IJVWRENCB I. HOLI-ANI>.-:it
2.1 West Flagler Street, Suite si7
.Miami. Florida
Attorney for Plaintiff
9/2H-J7 1" 4-11
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JU DICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, IN CHANCERY
No. 98-U336
SUIT FOR CHVORCE
BETTY JANE McMANI S.
Plaintiff.
vs
ALBERT LAMON McMANI s.
Defendant.
TO: AlJiKlt'l LAMON McMANDS
.'.^s All.-n Road
Mabelt>.n, Oeorgia
You. ALBERT l-AM'iN McMANCS.
arc hereby notified that a Hill >f Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
against you. and you are required 10
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Hill of Complaint "ii the
Plaintiff* attorney, sac. T VON
ZAMPT, 1512 Capital Bank Building,
Miami. Florida 33132 and file the
original Answer or Pleading In the
Office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court......r before the 1st day ol
November, liniX. If you tail to do s...
judgment by default will )..- taken
agalnsi you for the relief demanded
in the Hill of Complain:.
This notice shall be published on-e
ea.-h week for four consecutive v/eeki
111 THE JEWISH Fl.< Hill HAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this IKth day of September
A.H. 1988
K B. LBATHERMAN, Clerk
circuit Court. Dade Countv, Fktrlda
By: M. CAVALARIS
Deputy Clerk
(Circull Court Seal)
BAt'L T. VON ZAMPT
1812 Capital Lank Bidg.
Miami, Florida 33132
Attorney for Plaintiff
H/20-27 19/4-11
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
COURT, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY, FLORIDA
No. 68-14175
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
NICHOLAS A. POMENTO
Plaintiff,
vs
DOROTHY .1. POMENTo
Defendant,
YOIT, DOROTHY I
reside,ice address: Route
Junction, t Hiio 43938, an
file your answer to the
Divorce uitli the Clerk "f the an.
Curt and s.-rve a copj thereof upon
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY.
No. 68-14003
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MARILYN W. OZANNE,
Plaintiff
vs. ,
WARD K OZANNB,
Defendant
TO: WARD 11 OZANNB
hi;t lift O.W.
Box 14/1393
APO Sun Francisco, 96237
You, WARD It OZANNE ore here-
by notified that B Bill Of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against you.
ami you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's at-
torney, MANUEL ZAIAC, H27 B.W,
27lh Avenue, Miami, Florida, 8818S
and fib the original Answer or Plead-
ing in the offb.....f the Clerk of the
circuit Court on or before the 21 day
..f October, 1988. If you fall to do so.
judgm-nt by default will be taken
agalnsi you for the relief demanded
in the BUI of Complaint
This notice shall be published once
I each week for four consecutive weeks
, In THE JEWISH PLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, this 12 day ..f Beptember,
A I). 1988
B It LBATHERMAN, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Had.- County. Florida
By: N. A. Hew. it, Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
MANI'IOl ZAIAC
627 S.W. 27th Ave
Miami, Fla 3313.1
H/20-27 1" 4-1;
POMENTO,
One. Mtngo
required to
oniplaint for
of the
thereo
Herman c.li. n. Esq., 1310-11 Congress
Bidg., Miami. Florida, on or before
October 21st. 1988, or else complaint
will be tak.-n as confess..I Dated
September 18th, 1968
E. It LBATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circull Court
By: c P COPBLAND
;./L'.i-27 10/4-11
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80364-B
In RB: Estate of
DOHA ZABROW8KY
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 d.-nia ids
which miu may have against lite es-
tate of DOHA BABROWSKY deceas-
ed lat.- of Dade County. Florida, to
the County Judges of Dad. Count;,-,
and file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16, Florida sta-
tutes, in the offi.es iii the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida.
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof, or
the saiin- will be barred.
Dal.d at Miami, Florida, this 16th
.lav of September. AD 1988,
M. WILLIAM SMITH
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the Nth day or September, 1988,
h ..ii >., II AYES.
,v ORUNDWERQ
Attorney for Estate
391 Alnsley Building
.Miami. Florida 33132
9/39-27 hi 4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEI'.EBY HIVEN that
the undersign..!, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nam. of
COLONY COURTS at 7"" South Dixie
Highway, cral Rabies, Florida. In-
tends to register said name with the
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dado
County. Florida.
ItlcilAIiD HM'.RIS
ENTERPRISES, INC
By: Harris Colilbonr, President
SCHLISSKL. SCHER UROBS
Attorneys for
Richard Harris Enterprises. Inc.
By: Jerry A. dross
9/20-27 in 4-L
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nnme of
BROOKS, BRANT, AORON AND
MEISEI MAN at 12878 Biscaync Bou-
levard. North Miami, Fla intend to
register -aid name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
Hit BROOKS, BKANT. AORON
AND .MEISKI.MAN
Plti 'FESSIl INAL ASSOCIATION
SPAHHF.lt AND BOSK1N PA
Attorney for Applicant
100 N Hi-cavnc Blvd.
Miami. Florida
9/20-27 I" in
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Notice is HEREBY CIVEN that
the und.r.-igne.1, il. siring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
WAONER AND MEDOW at Ml At-
ibur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach, In-
tends lo register said name with the
Clerk of the circuit Court of Dade
Countv. Florida
DUS WAGNER
\ \ 11 9EDOW P \
SPARBBH and ItOSKlN PA.
Attorni vs for Applicant
100 N His.-a vne, Blvd.
Miami, Florida ,'
9/20-27 I" 4 II
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious nam. of
OITRWiTZ ASSOCIATES at 2065 N E
123rd Street. North Miami, intends to
register "aid name with the clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Couai\,
Florida.
EMU. GCRWITZ
'9/80-S7 in 4-11
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ATI antic GARDENS at 326 Ocean
Drive. Miami Beach, Florida. Intends
to register said name with the Cleric
of the Circuit Court Of Dade County,
Florida.
328 OCEAN APTS INC.
By: Morris Feiustein, President
BCHLISSEL, SCHF.lt & GROSS
Attornevs for
136 OCEAN APW, INC.
By: Jerry A Oross
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"eJewisih Floridian
Miami. Florida. Friday, September 20, 1968
Paqe 17-B
ommunity Organizations Greet You
JAY DERMER
CITY OF MIAMI BEACH
Office of the Mayor
As Mayor of Miami Beach, it gives me great
pleasure to extend warmest greetings on the
advent of Rosh Hashanah.
On the eve of this joyous holiday, it is my
sincere hope and prayer that the year 5729
will bring significant progress in the struggle
for world peace and belter understanding among
the peoples of the world.
The members of our City Council and official
family join me in heartfelt congratulations and
good wishes for health, happiness and prosperity
throughout the New Year.
JAY DERMER
Mayor
CITY OF MIAMI
Office of the Mayor
GREETINGS'
It is with great pleasure that I extend to all
members of our Jewish community the best
wishes of the City of Miami Commission for a
happy New Year.
As we greet the New Year of 5729. .lews
throughout ihe world can be proud that once
again they can lo.k joyfully toward another
"next year in Jerusalem."
May all of you be inscribed in Ihe Book of
Life and may the prayers of people everywhere
help bring peace and harmony to all corners of
the earth.
Sincerely.
STEPHEN P. CLARK
Mayor
STEPHEN P. CLARK
U.S. HOUSE OF REPRESEN1
Washington, D.C.
u know I am most pleased to be able to
with my many friends in the Jewish com-
ity the joy and reverence of Rosh Hashanah.
H) almost every corner of the world, cantors
[call the faithful to take stock of their souls
beginning of this sacred celebration of the
Year 5729. It is a source of special satisfac-
tto those of us who had an opportunity to
in its founding, that in Israel the Shofar's
I will echo through a permanent homeland
ne of history's most valiant and dedicated
es. For 20 years now the People of the Cove-
have been free to walk in the land of their
rs. in the land which the Ix>rd God gave
I the sons of Abraham.
in
iaism around the world is marked by diver-
fcf practice and latitude of faith. But. for all the
degrees f divergence on detail, a great common
denominator of faith unites the Jewish people.
This si I'.-e ill community wells, up in the hearts of
every mm r of this ancient and proud people
who li contributed sn much to the culture of
the W. vim World
tthe New Year ushers in ten days of peni-
dedicated to spiritual stocktaking, we may
; that these holy days be pervaded with a
0)6111 n appraisal of the lad- <>f OUr frail human
existen Th- iced to reaffirm our faith in God
is taw beginning of wisdom. May we all stand in
fear of "ic Lord and in silent celebration of the
eoenes- of mankind.
CLAUDE PEPPER
Member of Congress
I
UNITED STATES SENATE
Washington, D.C.
Durie- ibis time of national and inter-
national unrest, it is iitiing that we all pause
as does !> Jewish community to celebrate the
holy season of Ko-h Ila-hanah
I shall hope that Ihe New Year will hold for
my main friend- of th" Jewish faith a fresh
outlook on the basic principles of Ihe brother-
UNITED STATES SENATE
Washington, D.C.
To all my Jewish friends and constituents I
extend the traditional greetings of this both
solemn and joyful occasion: "May you be in-
scribed in the Book of Life for a happy year."
During the High Holy Days of Rosh Hashanah,
Jews the world over arc called by the Shofar
to self examination and rededication to the life
of obedience to Gods law They pray for an end
to wickedness and the coming of the day when
all men shall hear the command to "Ix>ve thy
neighbor as thyself": lor the peace of the world
and an end to hatred, envy and suspicion among
all nations, religions and races: These are prayers
in which all American can join, for the curses
of violence and discord have been very heavy
in the past year
This has been a year in which we have had
great need for renewed faith in the dignity of
the individual, the progress of social justice and
the majesty of law The mutual heritage of
Christians and Jews in America from the ancient
Hebrews is the rock of principle on which our
society is built: Rosh Hashanah is a reminder to
all in this great nation that the fullness of God's
mercy is revealed in the brotherhood of man.
I*t us join together to pray for God's bless-
ings in the coming year, for peace and prosperity
among all men throughout the world. Let us
pray for the renewal of brotherhood and good
will, and "May it be Thy will, O Lord, that this
year shall be happy and sweet for us."
GEORGE A. SMATHERS
United States Senator
hood of man throughout the world. There is
great need for individual dedication to the
proposition of both personal and national respect
for one another to which I hope the inspiration
of the season will give impetus.
I add my sincere good wishes for health,
happiness and success in every worthy endeavor.
SPESSARD L. HOLLAND
United States Senator
Rfebbis Cognizant Of The Challenge
By RABBI SAMUEL Z JAFFE
President, Greater Miami Rabbinical Association
The Rabbinical Association faces the New
Year fully co ni/ani oi the great challenges con-
fronting the spiritual leadership of our com-
munity Ours is an age of violence. Our society
is marked by tension and contention, by dissen-
sion and strife America is a troubled land and
our Chic- arc in f: i -is. We are suffering from a
malaise ol the -pur II is easy to drift into the
vortex of despair and defeatism Rarely has there
bcaaXtimc in world history when greater failh
and idealism have been required and greater per-
sonal dedication and commitment more impera
tive.
It devolves upon the Rabbinate to bring the
insights and teachings of our laith into a relevant
and meanngful confrontation with the issues
and problems of our times. In a world where so
much heat has been generated which beclouds
our vision and threatens to destroy the very fabric
of our society, we are dedicated to the sacred
purpose of bringing more light, the light of the
Continued on Paga 18-B


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Paqe 18-B
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Friday. Sec-e-r
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THE ORTHODOX VAAD
HAKASHRUTH OF FLORIDA
7B01 CARLYLE AVENUE MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA 33141
Rabbi Dr. Isaac Hirsh Ever, Mrecfor
"At the Threshold of a New Yeai we are filled with
Sacred Memories of the History of our Vaad Hakash-
ruth; wilh gratitude to G-d. that He shall crown us
with goodness and virtue to bring us and all Kosher
establishments under our strict supervision. Joy.
in our community, fulfill the wishes of our hearts for
Kindness and Truthfulness in the ranks of Kashruth.
Health for Life, and for Lasting Peace in the World."
9
OFFICERS
Morris Feldman
Philip Yasser
Sam Brick
Secrefoff
William Cohen
Treesorer
The Ofiicers, the Board of Directors, the Staff
the Students and Affiliate Groups
of
THE HEBREW ACADEMY
Extend a Happy New Year
to the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
LOUIS MERWITZER, PRESIDENT
LEONARD ROSEN, CHAIRMAN Of THE BOARD
RABBI ALEXANDER S GROSS, PRINCIPAL
MRS. SAMUEL ROSNER
Pi esjotpnt,
MRS. IRENE ADLER
PioaMooti pta
HIGH HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Best Wishes for a Healthy, Joyful and Religious New Year
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
Dov Rosencwaig. Rabbi Beard of Directors
1242 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
THE PRESIDENT, SAM COHEN OF
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL
1545Jefferson Avenue
AND All THE OFFICERS and BOARD OF DIRECTORS
OF THE TEMPLE
Wisht fo All Our Members and Friends
A Happy and Healthy New ft
SAM COMCN, rYwBBjHI
FARBAND LABOR ZIONIST ORDER
BEN-GURION BRANCH NO. 304
Wishes tkt Jews and Chmrerim mil ever the mtrld s Hooey Near fear
BERNARD FURMAN. President
WILLIAM L. BECIWTTH. Secretary
THE SPINOZA FORUM
1234 WASHINGTON AVINUC. MUMI BEACH
OR. ABRAHAM WOIFSON, Cko.rw.or.
itUmdt fe All
A HAPPY NEW YEAI
Rabbis Cognizant Of The Challenge
Continued -from 17-B
peal moid principle* of Judaism ar.d of itt i
nlled isd
In pursuit 4 this L Hibb.mcal
Association, compristoi the rabb.> o; the onho-
, ar.d Reform Movement. btf
labored dill* "> a un,ted
entltv 'he various elexe:-.: it wr enBfflUnKy.
hat':hrou.h concened efforts we may resolve
*ome of the acrpleniig pr-b*rr.s which must
eera OS Thro.:--, its ii I ** and active in-
volvement in the vital matter affecting the
warp and woof of cor. Ht. the .\ssociation
has attained widesprw PMtJOB as a moral
force in the buildinc of a better society The
Rabbinate has been engaged n *
tenets of Judaism throat* a program of social
actton. both independent!? and in conjunction
A.th the religious leadership of the Church.
The role of the Rabb Christian Clergy in general has changed dra-
matically over the years, and its function con-
Mdt-rably widened Thi- tra:t the dynamic role which religion mu ill our
complex world It car.".-'- remain cloistered if it
is to ha\e a.-, impact upon sodetj and ipon the
lives of our people Th< attitudes and ^a'-u^
which the 5) embodlei be made
relevant and mai ifest -- If -r- 'h< areet a well
a- in tbi Sanctuarj Hardly does issue of
-j.:i\ concern arise. v*ien th.. ,.- ..
is -ou^ht out and clearly heard
During the summer, the
m *bo
erupted in Liberty City and iU .- r0r """I
continues to be an issue of ura <- con
the Int.rfaith Agency for Social Justio, JTV/ ".
he Rabbinical Association is ar tegralnJ!5 '
-nd a uuiding force To alleviau- the p*jejjt_t
oppressed in the inner city, th- \-*ncv lu "*
< a Federal program. In such issues u -he ^*
lonal crisis, civil rights. juvenile deliM '**
political extremism, religion in the school
dl as family problems, the active, concern*
the clergy is evident. The securr.\ of the ftou
State and the challenge to the :atea>4|i #Z
herder* remain an ongoing eaamii it the L
binate. which has lent every effor in moMfe*.
public opinion and in marshalling -he rejotj^j
of the community in the hour it IsntiVeW
The Rab>inical Association ,- in .vnsurtewi
munication with the vanous -ttmenis M it,
community: government, civic and religion fv
Association u recognized as -h. lewisi c**iHr
part of the Greater Miami Cathm.c Diocese, a,
h<- Metropolitan Fellowship >t | hurdles, *j i
concert with 'hem. deliberates ..i\ auBm
uhich affect the total commun.-\ and ircpina
jpon it moral and social post
The Association engages in edueatisssj p*
Continued en P*gt JC-B
. 5HONA TOVAT KESEVU
OfflCERS AND MEMBERS OF
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIRAMAR
3500 S W 69th Way Miramar, Florida
Rabbi IRWIN CUTLER
President HARRY ROSEN
The Rabbi, Cantor, Officers, Board of Directors,
Board of Trustees, and the Entire Staff of
THE BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
262S S.W Third Ai
7SO0S.W. 130* Street
MUM ftOtlOA
Extend Best Wishes for a
Year ot Heairh, Peace ard FuifiHmenl
to ifs Members a^xj to the en*>re Jewish Community
SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA REGION
WOMEN'S AMERICAN ORT
OFFERS A NEW YEAR PRAYER FOR PEACE TO All MANKIND
L'SHONA TOVA
MAS. THEOOOWA ZAIUS
Region President
Our J banks
Our fhonki re fke orjw,,
timmt mm4 >sat|lsai Miei net
kree see* iil >e nftaatf ree%
om th* Uiloome pa,(s *ii
taltina cogilionr of fke till
Hmthmmu t4itio c* Tke Jend
Flsridassh
It it mtt tht sbocc etee" h*
which e ore groiefel bet Mm
f mir it opareciotie* 4mm- (
ttrmtt4 lor the lervkei rtttn-
ed Swrraf fhe entire retr.
A Very Happy New Year to All
CONGREGATION B'NAI RAPHAEL
(Formerly D.de Heights Jewish Congregation)
1401 N.W. 183rd Street, Miami
RABBI CHARLES H. RUBEL
CANTOR JACK LERNER
Congregation President: Edward Brown
Sisterhood President: Mrs. Bemice Jaret
The Religious Zionists of America
MIZRACHI HAPOEL HMIZRACHI
Wishes to Members end their Families
and to all of the Jewish Community
of Greater Miami
A HAPPY. HEALTHY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
SHEtWIN STAtWOt
rVesioViii *t;8m; /,,;, MYMAM MUM
KAMI JONAH f raoi.M Cfco.reo of HW mmi
_________ ^^ JW,*H l c*f UN. Ilecotfre Director
TEMPLE
BETH TOY
(CONSflVATIVt STNACOGUb
6438 S.W. 8th ST.
Miami
RABBI
SIMON APRIL
MORRIS HARRIS
President
CANTOR
SEYMOUR HINKES
ANO All *HE
WE'.*-:cS
WISH THE ENTIRE
JEWISH COVMUNITY
A ;-
HAPPV .:.-. YEAR
MIAMI BEACH CHAPTH
MIZRACHI WOMEN'S
ORGANIZATION
EXTENDS
NEW YEARS GREETINGS
to All Oor Membrn one1
i-tire Jewish CaaaasaU
CW Heolfh end Pe
TfcroofAoot thr tHM
ACKIl UafWj
The Miami
Beach Forum
Wishes its -.'e-nbers
and Par- : cants a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
Dr. Morris Sen*
Founder and Dire**
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iday September 20. 1968
Jen i$t> fkridi >r
Paqe 19-B
lt';$bana
(Unra
Jikcsoiut
BETH EL
CONGREGATION
500 S.W. 17th Avenue
>LOMON SCHIFF. Rabbi
HTMAN CHABNER
President
GREATER MIAMI
COUNCIL OF
PIONEER WOMEN
AND ITS
11 CHAPTERS
LEAH UDELL
President
t>ELIA DELANCY
CHAPTER
NATIONAL
HEMOPHILIA
FOUNDATION
Wish** All Members and
Friends
A VERY HAPPY
NEW YEAR
CLUB 1
ClUB 2
GOIDA MEIR
KAOIMAH
TIKVAH
SHARON
BEBA IDELSON
CORAL GABLES
AVIVA
EILAT
SHAYNA (Miromor)
AGUDATH ISRAEL HEBREW
INSTITUTE
.-
tend to ^/^rll !
CHILDREN'S ASThMA RESEARCH INSTITUTE
AND HOSPITAL AT DENVER
Extends Wishes for a Happy, Healthy and
Prosperous New Year to All .
GREATER MIAMI CHAPTER NORTH DADE CHAPTER
LORBER CHAPTER PESHKIN CHAPTER
BREATH OF LIFE CHAPTER
MIAMI BEACH CHAPTER
SOUTH FLORIDA COUNCIL OF PRESIDENTS
7801 CARLYLE AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
won rwiia rur?
We herewith extend our best wishes
to our beloved founder and Spiritual Leader
RABBI DR. and MRS. ISAAC HIRSH EVER and FAMILY
Officers, Directors, Members, Sisterhood Organization, Men's Club
us well as to all our well-wishers in Greater Miami
MAY THE NtW llAR BfHNG THE FfEAllZATiON Of ALL OUR HOPES,
COMPLETE REDEMPTION TO OUR PEOPLE
and a
SOLUTION TO AFFLICTED HUMANITY
L. MURRAY JAGER, President
HAROLD ROSENFELD, Vice President
MRS. LILLIAN BLUMENFELD, President
SISTERHOOD OF AGUDATH ISRAEL
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
from the
OFFICERS and MEMBERS OF THE
FEDERATION OF JEWISH WOMEN
and its
YOUNG WOMEN'S DIVISION
MRS. SOL GOLDSTEIN, PRESIDENT,
FEDERATION OF JEWISH WOMEN
MRS. BURTON LEVY, PRESIDENT
YOUNG WOMEN'S DIVISION
. Dedicated to the Service of Our Community .
He/ping to save Jewish lives in Miami...
and build Jewish life around the world.
[BUREAU OF JEWISH EDUCATION
Albert E. Ossip, President
louis Schwartzman, Executive Director
COMMUNITY CHAPLAINCY SERVICE
iValter S. Falk, Chairman
fcabbi Solomon Schiff, Coordinating Chap'ain
^JEWISH FAMILY AND CHILDREN'S SERVICE
Walter S. Falk. President
,eon D. Fisher, Executive Director
JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED
Leo Rose, Jr., President
Maurice Pearlstein, Executive Director
JEWISH VOCATIONAL SERVICE
Charles Hertzoff, President
B,..Dr. Michael Goodman, Executive Director
K- <
mm. SINAI HOSPITAL
Earon De Hirsch Meyer, President
Samuel Gertner, Executive Vice President
NATIONAL COUNCII OF JEWISH WOMEN
SERVICE TO NEW AMERICANS
i Mrs. Irving L. Wexler, President
Mrs. Florence Alberts, Exec Secrtary
YM-YWHA OF GREATER MIAMI
Samuel Seitlin, President
Efraim H. Gale, EExecutive Director
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
Combined Jewish Appeal
AND ITS CONSTITUENT AGENCIES
AND THE
Israel Emergency Fund
Extend the Wish that the Year 5729
Will Bring Peace, Health and
Happiness to you and your family,
to the people of Israel, and to the
world community.
i.REATkKit ME AMI JEWtSII lll>lltlllO\
1917 Hisvaune Mid.. Miami, tin. $$192
ivi'|lloii4 :I7:MI Ill-
Leon Kaplan, President
Arthur S. Rosichan, Executive Director



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Friday. September 20. fgaa
A VBTT HAPTY
HEW YIA*
MilMf
Relatives *nd Frionet
fftOM
MR and MRS. JOSEPH P. ZUCKERMAN
LEBEDIKER BRANCH
FARBAND ZIONIST ORDER
NEW YEARS GREETING
To The members o* the Lebedike'- Branch and
the National Executive Board, and to all Sisters
and Brothers who are an integral part of us,
we send our traditional greetings on the
occasion of the New Year 5729. Optimistic-
ally the members of our Branch will again be
the Vanguard to promote cultural and social
functions to muster our forces for Jewish
Emancipation throughout the world and for
the perpetuation of ISRAEL.
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TEMPLE OR OEOM
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8755 S.W. 16th Street, Miami
Wishes Health, Happiness ard
Peace for All
RALPH GlIXMAN
Rabbi
BENJAMIN BEN ARI
Cantor
MR. RALPH FISTEL, President
Sincere New ft Sreefinst fa Tht J*wiim flwHimti
mud tht Effftr* Community
BRANOEIS UNIVERSITY NATIONAL WOMEN'S COMMITTEE
MIAMI BEACH CHAPTER
MIS. BENJAMIN KRESMRG, President
SAMUEL SEGAL, GABBI of TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL
w.ihes a happy, healthy and prosperous New Year
to the President, the Officers. Cantor. Members,
his family and friends. Gmar Chasema Tova.
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
To All Their Members and Friends
THE MIAMI FRIENDLY SOCIAL CLUB
MAX GARSHAG, President
CanrirMMd Fro*" Pao* I **
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Fmormtor. THe w*Mt Uhrimom program Ma"
to Mjb e Clua&ei 2. ton*
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aaterest and has consider*
i- ;. This. together .-. tecnta ealtaral -
a4 r**- -. : mdthe to
eier*y hi- greatrj !*rved Ic tara bam*.-
Bspioeo and distrust into bridf
_l and be?ees MM BriHa a.* betvcea tl
vkaui omr respeetie caapagalieM h*
uiu tif* sref Baseae* i*"""*
Be be tnvnd before 0Ja Itaiwd |aal "'be
reached Bet as loo* a then
of arataal respect arvl mfcirmnrhni the re
e-Ttii e^er closer to ".oe
Oar Chaplai/cy Piaaraa pKBtrj
hjr the Orenter M.- and the
Greater Ifianai P.i-x, -
a source of enntinaeni serriee the bedrid
and infirm in the asu
1 ia oar city. It pi
lot those afflicted n bodj :
-,.--..?.'.- then a feeliai mfort and ft
;. .......
These a.-e critical taskj are
aBsfoU The day M *bor the oocfc is Btsch
the people ..-. fiataaj and the Master -
It mv rot be ir cum ben: aaac as to finisb the
but we shall continue to strive to br-
r*irr 10 fruiUor.
A united Rabbinate workin* m harwe-y -
the professionalism of H -ri'anae^ bod)
MVtc as a prime catalyst helping to oftrvatc '-.
.> and statute of.the Jewish comrox-.
DObUng the lives of our people and helping ;,
promote the advancement of the generi.
A New Year beckons with its promjse !
the p'/.ential for a more blessed year
all On behalf of the Rabbtr.icii
anon e pray the abundance of Go-:
-, ^--ir.gs upon all of life and health
BaaBt and fulfillment. and His most ?-.
_ SHALOM
MR. and MRS. ALBERT E. OSSIP
EXTEND THEIR BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPT, HiALMUL AMD IMftMfCIWf HtW TEAt
To the Officers, Directors and Staff of the
BUREAU Of JEWISH EDUCATION and tt
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION;
To ffae Rabbis and Jewish Teachers
and to the many friends of
I*wish Education throughout Greater Miami
TEMPLE ISRAEL
OF GREATER MIAMI
m iamis. officeh Md ktcMaas
ia**W f Hm >wrs* fUeidimM mmd ill hoifi af rteders
A TOY HAPPT, PlOSmOUS AND HEALTHY NEW TEAI
HEBREW EDUCATORS ALLIANCE
OF GREATER MIAMI
Extends Best Wishes to All Jewish Educators,
to the Leaders ar.a Directors o'. the
Bureau cf Jewisr. Ed .. and to
the Entire Jewish Community for 3
HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEA?
RABBI SH'MON AZUIAY Pr*sMta1
DAVID rRtEDMf** H'-t-try ">idanf
MRS. I SeiDEL Vice Prsident
THE RAB3I. CANTCR OFHCERS, ar.d MEMBERS
of
The Israelite Center
3175 S.W. 25th Street
Extend Their Greetings to Ail Their Members and Friends
foi a Very Happy and Prosperous New Yea:
WILLIAM DRUCKER ALBERT ZISMA.N
President Chairman of the Board
L'Shona Tova Tikesevu
CONGREGATION ANSHE EMES
EMANUEL KUSHELEWITZ, President
Cantor SUmn Pokawitx Scxtea Jacob Klaii
L'SHONA TOVA TIKESEVU
From All Officers Of
YOUNG ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
1542-44 WASHINGTON AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
RAMI A BCN-HIILEI MY[B whmh^ p1M1MNT
Holiday Greetings
from
MOLLIE KAHANER
SISTERHOOD
of
BETH TORAH
CONGREGATION
Nrra
UmA, FUriea
SISTERHOOD
CHES ED
SHEL EMESS
Prtsitwrt RaaJaw Scbwartx
Officers and
Board of Directors
wish their many members
and friends
best wishes {or a
Happy New Year
''?. the New Year I
one 5 ~ j bring 3
foil r-eas.re o*' ^$c~
to oyr.4r~ef bars an<3 I
entire 3%w sr Commun r>
TEMPLE NER TAMID
SISTERHOOD
MRS. CARLTON BLAKE Prt>.
Rosh Hasbona Greetings Froi
THE NORMAN BRUCE
BROWN AUXILIARY
NO. 174
JEWISH WAR VETERANS OF
THE UNITED STATES
MIAMI, FLORIDA
GREETINGS to the
RABBIS and MEMBERS
OF
CONGREGATION
BNAI SHOLOM
from
JUDD MERL
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Friday. September 20. 1968
Jewisii fhikffon
Pccre 2.-3
RABBI and MRS.
MORRIS W. GRAFF
Extend to all Jewry and
Txnticulaclv th members of
TEMPLE ISRAEL of
GREATER MIAMI
Sincere Wishes for
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
STEVEN B. JACOBS
Extend to all Jewry and
p-articulcrlv tha members of
TEMPLE ISRAEL of
GREATER MIAMI
Sincere Wishes for
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
*
NEW YEAR
GREETINGS
FROM
JONAS and
CLAIRE
BROTMAN
SID WEBER
WISHES ALL HIS FRIENDS
|A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
YESHIVA UNIVERSITY
takes great pleasure in extending New Year's greetings and
best wishes to its members and supporters, to the Univer-
sity's alumni and to the Greater Miami Community. Now
entering its 83rd year, the University numbers a record en-
rollment, thanks to the support of the American Jewish
community of more than 8,000 young men and women
in the arts, sciences and professions at five undergraduate
and eight graduate schools, including Albert Einstein College
of Medicine, Belfer Graduate School of Science, Ferkauf
Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, and
Wurzweiler School of Social Work. To those individuals who
have given of their substance to the advancement of Yeshiva
University in service to the American Jewish community,
the nation and world Judaism, profound and heartfelt
gratitude is conveyed in this hallowed season. May your
gratification increase as you continue to share in the crea-
tion of this historic contribution to higher education under
Jewish auspices.
YESHIVA UNIVERSITY
Dr. Samuel Belkin, President
Max J. Erra
Chairman, Board of Trustees
Max Stern, Vice-Chairman,
Board of Trustees
BEST WISHES TO ALL
FOR A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, GEORGE GERSHWIN LODGE 196
AMERICAN MEDICAL CENTER AT DENVER
GREATER MIAMI CANCER LEAGUE
WISHES HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
To its Friends and Supporters
Throughout South Florida
The Greater Miami Section
National Council of Jewish Women
EXTENDS BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR
All
A^Happyahd Prosperous
New Year
TEMPLE MENORAH
620 75th Street
Miami Beach, Florida
Sisterhood Young Marrieds
Men's Club
P.T.A.
U.S.Y
THE RABBI mi BOARD Of DIRECTORS of
TEMPLE ZION
Extend lest Wishes for Nappy New Year
fa Their Members and the Entire Jewish Community

JEWISH WAR VETERANS OF THE U.S.A.
DEPARTMENT OF FLORIDA
C^xtends ^Jreetings Jo CTU
tlicx
tna
X
L
insert
bed in the ^Tjooli of aJLmifc j<
MICHAEL M. SCHECHTER, Commander
or
the
ecnunc
ij wear 5729
ARTHUR A. SEUVAN
Sr. Viet Commander
MAURICE WEINMAN
1st Jr. Viet Commander
ARNOID FEIN
2nd it. Vice Commander
DANIEL NEAL HEUER
Past National Commander
IRVIN STEINBERG
National Adjutant
PETER BLUESTEN
Judge Advocate
AINUEE R. FUME j LOWS DEUTSCH
National Executive Committee
MIAMI
NORMAN BRUCE BROWN No. 174
SOL KOENIGSBERG, Commander
JACKSONVIllt
LT. MEYER LEIBOWITZ No. 199
G. HUBSCH, Commander
WEST MIAMI
WEST MIAMI No. 223
ABE ISGAR, Commander
CORAl GaBUS
MURRAY SOLOMON No. 243
LEO PLOTKIN, Commander
ST. PETERSBURG
ABE ADER No. 246
BEN GREEN, Commander
MIAMI BEACH
MIAMI BEACH No. 330
JOE GREEN, Commander
LEON SILVERMAN
Ouorfermasfer
EDWIN FEIBELMAN
Tustees
TAMPA
ALBERT ARONOVITZ No. 373
HY KRAVITS, Commander
Motirwooo
VICTOR B. FREEDMAN No. 613
ARTHUR HOROWITZ, Commander
SMKASOTJt
SARASOTA No. 674
LEON BRUSH, Commander
MIAMI BEACH
NORTH SHORE No. 677
ARTHUR LEE, Commander
WALEAN
HIALEAH-MIAMI SPRINGS No. 681
RICHARD E. KLEIN, Commander
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ABE HOROWITZ No 682
ALTON ZUCKER, Commander
MIAMI
POINT EAST No.698
JACK WEXLER, Commander
ARTHUR SKOP
M. JAY BERLINER
Chiel el Staff
SURFSIDt BAl HARBOUR
HARRY COHEN No. 723
SAM FRANKEL, Commander
FT. IAUDERDAIE
WILLIAM KRETCHMAN No. 730
PAUL EPSTEIN, Commander
WORTH DAM
COL. DAVID MARCUS No. 746
LEONARD PECHENIK, Commander
ORLANDO
HARVEY ALBERTSON No. 759
SIMON TUNICK, Commander
COCOA BEACH
CAPE KENNEDY No. 775
MORTON L. ASCHER, Commander
SOUTH DADE
SOUTH DADE No. 778
ALVIN M. WEINSTEIN, Commander
>*
FOR INFORMATION
JfUPI
concerning the Jewish War Veterans or applications
lor membership and the insurance program contact:
MICHAEL M. SCHECHTER
1732 S.W. 82nd Ct., Miami 331 55
221-4835
and
223-2269
or call JACK BERMAN
947-5902


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*Je*lst>ncrldri&r
a /no
extends wishes /or
st joyous The Sisterhood Young Couples Group
The Brotherhood The Forty-Niners
The P.T.A. The Temple Players
and all affiliated Youth Groups
Israel Histadrut Committee
of Greater Miami
and
Greater Miami Council for Medical
Services & Vocational Training in Israel
sponsors of
THE GREATER MIAMI "AMAL"
TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOOI RAMLEH, ISRAEL
EXTEND TO THEIR MEMBERS AND FRIENDS
BEST WISHES FOR A
HEALTHY. HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
ONE LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
Phone 538-1231
May the travails of lost year nourish wisdom for
this year's dreams and aspirations.
MORRIS A. KIPPIR, Rabbi
TEMPLE JUDEA
OF CORAL GABLES
A KtfORM CONGREGATION
5500 GRANADA BLVD. Phone 667-5657
HOLIDAY C.REETiNGS FROM
1500 MEN'S CLUB
OF
MORTON TOWERS
EMANUEL MENTZ, President
Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue
"The Synagogue Brau'iful' extends New Year Greetings to all
TIBOR H. STERN, RABBI
Friday. September 20, \%%
BOOK REVIEW

?
Mvymour h. Uehman
Sephardim
Last month, when my wile and
] wore in Tanyicrs. Morocco. 1
attended the s\nauoj;ue. Bet Ha
phael. on Boulevard Pasteur, the
main avenue of the city. As the
Sabbath mornins services were
being concluded. 1 heard some
people in the foyer adjacent to
the sanctuary, tryins to make
themselves understood in Eng-
lish. A lew minutes later. I went
out and inquired it I could he of
assistance. The first outburst of
the two American Jewish couples
was iii a tone of criticism These
people don"t speak Yiddish, they
said.
Do you soeak Spanish?" \
asked them. "Do you -|"'.ik Ara-
bic'.' Do you -peak Hebrew? Do
you speak Ladino?" Getting a
negative reply, l informed the
Ashkenazim that Moroccan .lews
spoke lluently all the languages I
had named in addition to French.
Fifty percent of world Jewrj
follow S.phardic rites Their riles
are no more uniform than those
among the Ashkenazim. Ladino.
the vernacular of the Sephardim.
is older than Yiddish and its lit-
erature is at least as rich as that
existing in Yiddish, it i- unfortu-
nate that American Jews are not
aware of the cultural divisions
and ethnic differences !>etween
Sephardim and Ashkenazim.
Dr .1 H Zimmels. the esteem
ed principal of lews' College,
London, in hi- hook. Ashkenazim
and Sephardim, writes that for
centuries it was believed that the
Sephardim were the descendants
of th.' noblemen in Jerusalem
while 'he Ashkenazim were the
descendants ol the Fugitive Ben>
a a
o o d o d
Happy New
Year to All
L'Shona Tova Tikasavu
Congregation Beth Moshe
The Only Synagogue in North Miami
RABBI RICHARD M. E. MARCOVITZ
CANTOR SEYMOUR HINKES
MARTY MARTIN
President
MRS. BURTON STREIT
Sisterhood President
ANDREW SCHWARTZ. Men's Club President
'JL'
TEMPLE BETM SHOLOM
Affiliated with the Union of American Hebrew Congregations
"The Liberal Congregation on the Beach"
CHASE AVENUE at 41st STREET MIAMI BEACH
WE PRAY THAT OUR HOUSE OF PEACE WILL HERALD
A NEW ERA Or PEACE FOR HUMANITY
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS TO THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY FROM
TEMPLE ZAMORA
44 ZAMORA, CORAL GABLES
Rabbi Maxwell Berger Cantor Hirsh March
President Stanley Silvern
The Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach
EXTENDS WARMEST GREETINGS for the NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS

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Palestine
ol
them
Maimonides. Solomon r,.,,.
rol, Judah Ha-Levy, \, injdej
and innumerable others
phardim. Joseph Caro, i
of the Shulchan Aruch,
tied law of Aankenazi ,l
a Sephardi.
re Se.
mthor
i
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It would he impossible
among Ashkcna/im the
ixiets, historians, pin
kabbalists, statesmen
and giants ol culture
Sephardim Yet our >>.
taught little or nothii _
phardic history or pei
Although manj know
were expelled from Span N ;
and that the) were Si ,
A Very Happy Nev>
to the Jewish Cc n
American
Technion Society
Miami Beach
Chapter
Women's Division
Cantor and Mrs.
Saul Breeh
and Family
wish the men
It MPLS BtTH RAPHAt.
AND FffffNDS
a Happy and Prospe
New YrM'
Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Bernstein
extend wish<
Happy Nev.
to al!(
B'NAI B'RITH SUNSHINE CM '
Officers, Member:
MRS. FRANCES PAC
President
PIONEER WOMfN
Club No. 2
extends greeting-
the members o
organization and
the entire Jewish co""
New Years
Greetings
AMERICAN
JEWISH
COMMITTEE
DUPONT PLAZA CENTH*


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Friday. SeDtember 20. 1968
* Imrttti Meridiem
Paqe 23-B
1
this is tlu- beuinninc and the end
of their knowledge.
Tetuan was once called "Little
Jerusalem" because of the piety
o! the Jews who resided there
and because <>l its scholars The
1,500 souls who presently consti
tute the remnants ol this once
community maintain a
ter ("caoher" in Spanish) res
taurant, a Yeshiva with over 300
ents, and grocer) markets, it
i- interesting to note that Arab
Moslems and Christians frequent
the restaurant and patronize the
We are indebted to the Jewish
ration Society for making
available once again 1$. Netanya-
hu's Don Isaac Abravanel (S9.00).
For man) years the book was
out of print and secondhand
Copies were unavailable. Prof.
Netanyahu has made only a few
modifications but substantial sup-
plementary notes were added to
the new edition.
In the new Preface, he notes.
"In the past fifteen years Spanish
(Christian) scholarship has pur-
sued its determined exploration
ol Spain's medieval era and the
history of the Jews in that coun-
try has gained much from
that process No parallel achieve-
Booklet featuring questions and
answers on traditional Jewish life
and law.
Far free espies for you er your
organization Write:
MR. CHARLES LEMASTER
KRAFT FOODS CO.
99 PARK AVENUE
NEW YORK. N. Y. 10016.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kaplan
and Stanley;
Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Brickman
Karen, Parti and Kenneth
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin M.
Ginsburcj
Lynn Elaine and Susan Jill
wish their relatives
and friends
A Happy New Year

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ment in this field can be credited
to Jewish scholarship." What an
indictment of the lack of Jewish
interest:
Don Isaac Abravanel was born
in Portugal in 14,'iT and died in
Venice in 1508. He was statesman
and financier for King Alfonso V
of Portugal, but had to flee to
Castile in 1483 because the kind's
successor, Joao n. turned against
the Portuguese nobility and the
Ji He became the financial
adviser and one of the Cramers ol
taxes for Queen Isabella and King
Ferdinand oi Castile and Aragon
respectively, and then had to
leave in 14it2 ll<. settled in Na-
ples, rose 10 high Office there and
then again was compelled to mi-
grate t<> Venice.
Don Isaac was ., philosopher
and commentator on the Bible
and Prophets ||(. was a devoted
husband, lather and Jew Ills dc
scendants were illustrious. He was
the acknowledged leader of the
Jews wherever he resided. He had
the temerity to offer Kins; Ferdi-
nand a bribe of 300.000 ducats to
rescind the 1492 Decree of Ex-
pulsion. The apocryphal story of
what occurred at the time of the
offer as told by Graetz differs
from Netanyahu's creditable his-
torical version. Myth, in this in-
stance, is more exotic than the
fact.
Torquemada. the chief Inquisi-
tor, is supposed tO have heard ol
trte attempted bribe and burst
into the royal chambers holding
a!oft a crucifix and bellowing,
"Judas sold Christ for lid puces
of silver and you are prepared to
sell him for 300,000 "
In Abravnel's Commentaries
on the Br,o!< of Kings, he narrates
his efforts to have the 14ti2 De
cree withdrawn and then reports
what subsequently transpired:
our nation bewailed their
condition with greal lamenta-
tions; for there had nol been such
a banishment since Judah had
been driven from his land. They
exhorted and encouraged each
other to keep firm to the Law
In one day on foot and unarmed.
300.000 collected from ever)
province, young and old. aged
and infirm, women and children,
all ready to no anywhere .
Among the number was 1. and
with God for our leader, we set
out."'
Prof. Netanyahu's work was
originally meant for his doctoral
Continued on Page 31-B
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
^trthttr and Cr Litre iKosicnan
dfllCM imt Jjick KoticlHM imi/ a^wmu
1968-69 shnas shoiom rrrr"-
RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY,
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS OF
CONGREGATION BETH TFILAH
Extend a hearty "Birchas Shnas Chaim
V'Sholom, Osher, Vechol Toov" To All
Members, Worshippers, and Klal Yisrael,
Here and in Eretz Yisrael.
CONGREGATION BETH TFILAH
935 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach, Fla.
PAUL P. WEISS, President
REV MAX WEISS, 1st Vice Pres.
MAX TAUGEft, 2nd Vice-Pres.
LOUIS MERWITZER, Treos.
JOSEPH MED0FF, Fin. Sety.
SIDNEY SHAPIRO, Ree. Secy.
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
OF MIAMI BEACH
301-311 Washington Avenue
1140 ALTON ROAD
WISHES TO ALL ITS MEMBERS,
WORSHIPERS AND FRIENDS
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
RABBI SHMARYAHU T. SWIRSKY
AARON URNtR, Vice Pres.
PHILIP NEMIROVSKY, Vice Pres.
100/5 lAfDA, financial Secy.
MORRIS B. FRANK, President
MORRIS KREVAT, Vice Pres.
WM. G. MECHANIC, Treasurer
HARVtY TENDLER, Rec. Secy.
Ilraneli tt2 Workmen's Circle of
Miami Beaeh
extending its best wishes to its members, friends and all
Jewrya Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year.
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Page 25-B
1
So much confusion still surrounds the two-
word combinations, "Jewish artists" and "Jewish
art." that some attempt must be made to define
their limits. Unfortunately, these terms are
thrown about carelessly not only in informal
talk but even in serious lectures and in periodi
cals a no'ch or two above the popular press.
Before Hitler's advent to power, responsible
scholars were reluctant to apply the term "Jue-
dische Kunst." "Art Juif" Jewish art. to any-
thing but the ritual objects of the synagogue, or
those associated with religious worship in the
home.
Also in usequite legitimatelywas "Jewish
folk art." 'landing for various items of decorative
applied art of the European "Judengasse," the
North African "mellah." the Jewish sections in
West Asiatic towns (i.e. arts and crafts, largely
linked wi:h Jewish belief as well as superstition).
A crit;c like Karl Srhwarz called his pioneer
study of 1928, "Die Juden in der Knnst" (The
Jews in Art), which was the proper title for a
book covering the participation of Jews in the
visual arts from the beginnings in ancient Pales-
tine to the era of Jacob Epstein (not yet "Sir
Jacob").
But only a year later there appeared "Die
Juedische Kunst." by Ernst Cohn-Wierner, who
persisted in finding a mystical "Jewish" quality
in works in which nothing specifically Jewish can
be demonstrated. The illustrations include Ca-
mille Pis*arro"s "Tuilleries Garden," Max Lieber-
mann's "Woman with Coats" and Erich Mendel-
sohn's "Einstein Tower"they belong to Western
art: (Mendelsohn's impressively bizarre tower at
I'otsdam had been constructed to accommodate
scientific research; if one stretches the term
'Jewish art," it could cover thp synagogues the
architect was to build in the United States, but
many years after Conn-Wiener's book was pub-
lished.)
It is one thing to include the West Indian born
Sephardi. Pissarro, in a Jewish Encyclopedia
which, after all, lists everyone of Jewish origin,
whether or not he had any spiritual links with
Judaism. (This artist, a leader of the French
school of Impressionist landscape painters, was a
socialist-anarchist, who regarded himself as a
citizen of the world, and acknowledged no par-
ticular religious, racial, or national ties.) It is
quite another thing to concoct a "Jewish art" by
lumping together men and women of Jewish de-
scent with the underlying idea that every indi-
vidual born of Jewish parents was bound, in some
mysterious, inexpliciable way. to the Jewish
spirit, to a Jewish manner of seeing, feeling, and
finally fashioning the world around him. even if
this individual was completely alienated from
Judaism, raised as a Christian, or agnostic, and
was not aware of any intimate connections with
his "fellow-Jews" (though anti-Semitism might
rudely remind him that the Messianic Age was
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Continued an Pag* 26-S
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Friday, September 20, 1968
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" Jewish Artists" And Their Art
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Irish then
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U .-'. tl tlT .... ivesi .. ltd
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Continued From Page 25-B
still far away- a< the fanatical anti-Dreyfusarda
did remind the Parisian Pissarro
Nothing is gained by intellectual exa
tions. by distortions of the truth and the simple
truth is that in the visual arts an international
spirit has prevailed for at least a hundred years,
that is to say, iron the time when Jews began to
enter th ait establishment, when men like
Pissarro, or his Dutch colleague, Jozei I-:
(famous for his renderings ol tl"' life of humble
North Sea fishermen) made significant contri
billions to 19th Century' European art
Prior to the lStifK there were no "Jewish
artist-" of significance, lewish religious art, on
the other hand, can be traced back, with cer-
tainty, to the period when the Israelites built the
Tabernacle in the wilderness a work known to
us solely from 11 -- elaborate descriptions in the
Bible
While Judaism has made, and continue- to
make, highly important contributions to man's
moral, spiritual and intellectual growth, it i- not
necessarily the essential or. at least, dominant,
element in an individual Jew's development. I
cannot see anything specifically "Jewish" in the
refined portraits and sensuous studies of the fe-
male nude, made by Amedeo Modligiani. who
happened to be a Jew from U'uhorn. Italv.
Attempts have been made by critics to claim
the Lithuanian. Chain) Soutine, for "Jewish art
:.n the basis of the violent distortions, the lava
like, riotous color he used in his pictures largely
portraits of simple folk. French landscapes and
-till lifes. But does not Oskar Kokotchka the
Austrian Catholic, reveal similar feature-' The
explanation is simple- the two belong ,,,
.....":,,n- and to the Expressionist School
whose adherents all indulged in spontaneous
nee. intuitive distortion of the forms a
ture, to achieve certain aesthetic and
lional effects,
Opponents of my viewpoint are likc]y to
point, triumphantly, to Marc Chagall, who re-
centlj turned 80. Yet, contrary to popular belief
neither Chagall, subject matter nor the sour.
his art is ion percent lewish Undoubtedb he
more than any other artist I ran think of, has
hII nourishment from thenow van^h'oH
cultural life of White Russian Jewry, especially
his native town of Vitebsk
Put he was also deeply indebted to Slavic
folk art and. subsequently, to the inspiration he
received from modem French art. notably the
Post Impressionists Chaaall. wh) ha- been e!;ini-
ed by bo'h Expressionists and Surrealists, ,s fu||j
aware of a strong Jewish element in hi< work
though unable to pinpoint it He believesto
quote himthat a good painter's art "tends to
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and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happ: and Prosperous Hew "fear
Mrs. Eli Einbinder
and family
:(i'i tlieir relative* and friend*
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Falk
and Family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Hapr--. and Prosperous \ei. Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fanelli
and family
wish then relatives and friend*
A Hapr id P out Hew tear
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Mr. and Mrs. Jack Diamond
and Family
Irish their relatives ami trtends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew "fear
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Diamond
and daughter, Lisa Karen
Wish their Relatives and friend*
A Happ: and Prosperous H'W "Year
Mr. and Mrs. William Dickson
and daughter Diane
Wish tlieir relatives and friend*
A Happy and Prosperous Hew "fear
Mr. and Mrs. Abe J. Done*
and Daughters
wish their relatives and friends
A Happ: and P.ospcrous Hew "fear
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Dorson
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew "fear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dranow
and children Linda, Cara Lita,
Jeffrey and Risa
Wish their relatives and friend*
A Happs and PmipctOI Hew fear
Mr. and Mrs. Isadora Drell
and Family
u th theii relative) and friends
A Happ: and Prosperous Hew fear
Mrs. Freda Dresner
Irishes lier relatives and friends
A Happ: and Prosperous Hew Year
Judge and Mrs. Albert Dubbin
and Family
Wish then relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew fear
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Dubbin
and Family
h tlieir rrlutivt* and friend*
A Happ: and Prosperous Hew "fear
Mr. and Mrs. Ele Duberstein
wish tlieir relatives and friends
A Happ: and Prosperous Heu "liar
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Einleger
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happ) and Prosperous Hew "feat
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Eisenberg
Wish tlieir relatives and friend*
A Happy and Prosperow Heu Year
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Eisemtein
ivish tlieir relatives and friends
A Happ: and Piosperous Hew "fear
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Elinoff
and son Joseph
Wish their relatue.* and friend*
A Happ: and Prosperous Hew "fear
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faske
u-ish then relatives and f-ioid*
I A Hapf. end Prosnemui \en Year
Mr. and /irs. cfHis Feinstein
and Family
wish their relatives and fnends
A Happ: and Prosperous .\eir tear
i
Cantor and Mrs. Hyman Fein
and Family
Irish tlie;' re,'r.- <- and frii
A Happ: and Prosperous Hew "fear
Mr. and Mrs. Mi> Feinstein
and family
Irish tlieir relatives and friends
A Happy an I Prosperous Hew "fear
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Feinstock
and Family
Wish tlieir relatue* and friend*
A Happ*. and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Fink
and daughter Carla Jane
wish, their relatn e* and fm
A Happs and Prosperous \.; "|,
Naomi and Richard Fink
imah their relatn es end I
A Happs and Prosperous \eu t .
Mr. and Mrs. J. Maurice Finkel
and children Marcia, Elliott
and Seth
tcidi theiT relative* an.:
A Happ: and Prosperous \'ei Yed
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Finkelstein
and Family
Wish their relatives an.'.
A Happs and Prosperous \
Mr. and Mrs Leo Finkelstein
and Family
wish then friends and ?'.:
A Happy and Prosperous \eu Yee
Mr. and Mrs. Leon D. Fisher
and son Richard
lend their relatives and r
A Happ> an.I Prosperous \ 1
Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel B. Elkins
and Family
U'ish their relative* and friend*
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. an Mrs. Harold L. Dunsky
h their relative] and friends
A Happ;. and Prospi ') car
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Emmer
and Family of
100 S.W. 30th Road, Miami
Wish tlieir rela'ne. and friends
A Happ: and Preaperoui Htw lear
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Emmer
and Family
ir:>li rlieir reia.'ive- and friendl
A Happy and Prosperous H Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Epter
and children Wendy and Richard
U'iri their relatives ami friend*
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Harel and Ben Essen
leifh tlietr relative* and friends
A Happ; and Prosperous Hew "),-,ir
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew C. Ettinger
and children David Harry,
Daniel Leon and Phylis Yetta
Wish their relatnes and friend*
A Happy end Prosperous Heu Year
Mr. and Mrs. Max P. Feld
and Family
:*! tlieir relatue* and friend.
A Happ; and Prosperous Hew tear
Mrs. Bessie Feldan.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Feldan
and children Mr. and Mrs.
David E. Goodman and sons
Herbert Michael and Adam Joseph
n:.Ii tlieir relatue* and friends
A Happ: and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Feldman
Irish tlieir relative* an.I friends
A Happ: and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Feldman
and family
Wish their relatnes and friends
and Prosperous Hew Year
Or. and Mrs. Samuel Feldman
and Children
unsh their relatue* and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. John Feller
and Family
irilri tlieir relative* ami friend*
A Happ: and 1-rosperim* \,N ~t ,ar
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Evelev
Wish their relatn,'. and friend.
A Happ*. and Prosperous Hew tear
Judge and Mrs. Jack A. Falk
and Family
with their relative* and friends
A Happy and P
Mrs. Reba Field
Irishes hei relatue. and fnends
A Happ; and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Max Fierman
and family
Wish their relative, and friend.
A Happ; and Prosperous Haw Year
Jack and Helen Filesof
and Family
Irish their relative, and friends
A Happ: and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. Joseph M. Fine
'<* his relatives and i'.i "..I.
A Happy and Prosperous ,\,u Year
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell D. Fisher,
Allison Pam and Seth David
ii ish their relative, an,:'
A Happ: and Prosperous \,: 1 f--
Marshall and Eve Fisher
and daughter Jill
Irish their relatue* and |
A Happ: and Prosperous \> '<
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Fisher
ef 5225 Collins Avenue
K ;.li their relatives and ,
A Happ: and Prosperous \ :. "1 V
Mr. and Mrs Morris Fisher
of 2237 S.W. 3rd Street
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happ: an.I Prosperous V tej'
Mr. and Mrs. Max Fishman
and Family
ICith their relative* and frie !<
A Happy and Prosperous V :
Mr. and Mrs. William N. Fishman
and Family
U'ish their relative* and |
A Happ: and Prosperous H<' ^ ''
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fiste!,
Naomi, Jeffrey, Charles,
Louis, and Benjamin
irish then relotii.-.....J
A ll.-pp: and Prosperous H
Mrs. Meyer (Mike) Foie<
and children Henry, Minna -ea.
Joseph, Debbie, Jack and M:chae'
Irish their relatii <> and :-
A Happ. and Prosperous \
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Frankel
and Family
U'ish thi
A H..pp: and P i ipi H \ '
Herb and Dorothy Freedman
of 12900 Ixora Circle, Keysfoie
n ish ihet el i
A Happ; and ProSpl 0US H


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knitt ftcrtdfiar
Paqe 27-B
h the universal."
Meet matter alone would make an artist
y (hen Rembrandt, who so often painted
ardim and Ashkcnazim he met. and even
d. in Amsterdam, would be more of a
itist than a 1'issarro or a Modigliani or a
in whom the Jewish motif is absolutely
e. Jewish Art was a misnomer for the
thology of art historical and art-critical
s. edited by Prof. Cecil Roth, to which I
Kited a chapter. For it deals with Jewish
s art prior to the Emancipation (before
of assimilation, secular art was frowned
, the Jew. separated as he was by walls of
and walls of mutual distrust, from his
latl fellow townsmen), with the contribu-
>f modern artists who. ethnically, might be
vied Jews (some of whom had severed all
with the Jewish community): with modern
art and architecture (today as in the past,
ft he work of non-Jews, employed by Jewish
s or congregations); and. finally, the art
tel.
|ut even Israeli art is not entirely, and not
anly. "Jewish art." It began about liKKi
Prof. Boris Scbatz, himsell a minor sculp
MMMted the Be/alel School. In its flrsl 20-30
i' was predominantly ;i regional art. in-
bj the exciting and exotic vistas that lay
v the astonished eyes of the pioneers.
Jut as art matured in the Holy Land, it quit
ting the French landscapists of the pic
World War I period, and began to discover the
new abstract trends, characterized by such names
as Vastly Kandinsky and Piet Mondrian, Today,
tour-fifths of current Israeli art is abstract, that
is to say. it carries the beholder beyond any
reference to reality.
So is, for that matter. American art. American
Jewish artists arc among the boldest of bold ex
nirimenters and. however deeplv they may be
touched by photographs of the Auschwitz crema-
toria, or. more recently, elated by Israel's de-
termination and heroism, their work-:, largely
non-representational, are complicated Marches
into the self rather than communications with the
viewer in the narrative manner of Sunday school
book illustrations
After all of this has been said. I still think
I hit men like Israels and 1'issarro. Modigliani
and Soutine rightfully belong in Jewish encyclo
pedias. along with their confreres of Jewish de-
scent who have played roles in Absti aet-Kxpres-
sionism. Pop-Art. On-Art. Kinetie Art. and. most
recently. Minimal Art (to bring our story up to
Ihe 1960s).
For there i- such a thine as pride in the
a-h'evements <>' one's kin Bnl lh nl-asure as
well as the prestige derived from the accom-
lihments of men and women t' whom one feels
a relationship en racial, national, or religious
grounds can be useful and meaningful only as
lone as silly claims and misrepresentations are
:i\ oided.
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and Mrs. Morris Freeman
and family
.. it \ and | fiends
iii,I Prosperous Nitric 1\ar
|r. and Mrs. Aaron E. Freilich
tei.Wi their relatives and friends
/f>ip,- ,.i;,i Prosperous Hew T ..
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fried
and Family
;..;:: es and (riends
H .'. mid Prosperous V w "1 eat
Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer Fried
and children Scotf, Mark
and Diane
wish their relative* and friends
\ Happv and Prosperous Heu Teai
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Friedman
and family
i rlieii elatu es and friends
J' oiis J\ew ") eat
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Friedman
and daughter Donna
heir .,I,iin ;-v and friends
IP IUS \Yn ") ..'
Mrs. Samuel A. Frommer
i i>' es her relatii i and t
\ :i and Prosperous Htw Year
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fruchtman
and family
wrwi their elatives tin,l friends
A II. .i>!.l Prosperous Htw Yen
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Fuchs
and children, Robin and Douglas
ir relatives and friends
A Ha \" and Prosperous \ lea
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Furman
and Family
i* in', theif relatives and friends
: I' .:, OUS \ii< ~l eat
-G-
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gabriel
and children Alan, Geri Beth
and Ellen
wish ;!, i I i nds
\ i! ;' and I' N
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gadon
and children Benjamin,
Rebecca and Sara
. nds
A Ha| ;. and Prosperous V u "> tar
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gaiar
and Family
',,, ,.'..., i ..
. : I'
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Galbut
and family
', |sl lids
I Pros \ T .1-
Mr. and Mrs. Efraim Gale
and Michael
hi. and I riends
I' Slew Yea
Dr. and Mrs. Philip J. Galitz
and Family
u '. ,; Inures i : I ends
A Happ; and Pros \ ., )
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gallant
and Family
i' isl :>., elatives and fru nds
A Happy and Prosperous Htw 1 tji
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph C. Garber
and son Jordan
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Htu t ear
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gardner
and family
wish their n I friends
A Happ; .iiul Piospero Heu Yea
Mrs. Rose Garth
wishes her r< .! | lends
A II ipp*.....i Prospi rous Slew Yeai
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Geartner
and Family
H !.l: ihl
A Happv and P \r:i "> Ml
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gelvan
wish then relain e*
A Happy and P Hew Yea
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Genet
and Family
ili theii' it latii i nds
A Happy and I' i Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Al Gerstein
and Family
in eft ; i res Is
A II ;- an I Prospi rous \ Yea
Judge and Mrs. Charles Gertler
and Family
u'ish th< ids
A Happy and P \ ") ear
Mrs. Bessie Gibber
and family
u'ish their relative* and friends
A Hil IP \fir Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Gilbert
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and P i Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gilbert
rlatives and fri*nds
A Happv and Prosperous \eu Year
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Giller
and Family
am i and friends
A Hi ppy .. i i i' Hi it ~> ear
Mr. and Mrs. Zelick Gimelstein
and family
AH
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Girson
and Family
A He IP
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Gitlen
AH IP Hew")
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham J. Gittelson
and children, Ora, Moshe and Reva
with thei i.Miii < ;,!<
A H.ipp\ and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. A. Glasser
and Family
hi./: their relddvi i
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Dr and Mrs. Paul Glassman
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Glasson
and daughters, Ellen and Barbara
di thi w and I
A llapp\ and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs Jules Glickstein
and Family
icish their '< lafii es and i (ends
A Harps- and Prosperous Hew Teat
Mr. and Mrs. Hal H. Glist
and children, Alan, I.oni and Stuart
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Htw 1 eai
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Gold
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Gold
i anr! daughter Melissa
u'ish ilii il res and frie
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Burton Goldberg
and Family
rli("i* relatives ami friends
fl Happv and Prosperous \Yir Tea
Mrs. Fannie Goldberg
and Family
u'ish their relatives a
    .v II "\ and P osperous Hew ") eai
    Mr. ar-J Mrs. Sidney Goldberg
    and Family of
    4551 Prairie Avenue
    wish their relatives and friends
    A H,:ppv and I' is Hen Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goldenkoff
    and daughters Rachel Jo
    and Cindy Lou
    ih thi ii reldtu es .. id fi ends
    AH IP pi \ 1 ear
    *Mt. and Mrs. Jacob Goldfarb
    wish their i la tires and I lends
    A Happ-i and Prosperous Heu
    Mr. and Mrs. Max Goldin
    eish their < i..\i <> and
    A ll.-.t-ps and Prosperous Hew Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Norman Goldin
    u'ish thei relatives and I ids
    A Happv and P i| \ I "
    Mr. and Mrs. L. E Goldman
    and family
    A M md Prosp rous \ u Yeai
    Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Goldman
    and Family
    ..... and ids
    A Happv IP V tar .
    Dr. and Mrs. Milton S. Goldman
    and daughters Rose and Lynn
    ii ..ii their relatives and friends
    A Happ; and Prosperous \Yie Tear
    Judge and Mrs. Phillip Goldman
    u'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happv and Prosperous .\Ytr tear
    Mrs. Shirley Goldman
    u'tshes her friends .in,I relatives
    A Hiippv and Piosperous \cie lear
    Mr. Mx Goldstein
    of 830 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach
    wishes his Iriends
    A H.:(-;-n and Prosperous Hew Yeai
    Mr. and Mrs. Max Goldstein
    and Family
    of 2899 Collins Ave., Miami Beach
    wishes .ill her friends
    A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Goldy
    wish thi f friends
    A H.irr> und Pi pus H<'
    Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gomoer*
    and Children Sheila Billy, Henry
    and grandsons Jeffrey Scott
    and Darret. u-avid
    of the Brickell Town House
    :i fl en rel l
    A H pi P Hew Yeai
    The Misses
    Lillian and Esther Goodman
    of 1548 Morton Towers
    .
    A Hap Prosp \" u< Tear
    Mr. and Mrs Howard Goodstein
    and Family
    I, their
    | ;
    A l o nd Prosperous N <> 1 :'
    Mrs. Harry Gordon
    and Family
    u'i\h ih, ends
    A Hiipp\ and Prosperous \ i
    Mrs. Herman Gordon
    ii .'. In rl itu i-n and frii ids
    A II Prosperous Hi "' Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gottesman
    and Family
    .' pita la/ivej and ;'
    A Happy and Prospi \ Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Max Gottlieb
    u-<\h the ends
    A Happv and Prosp is \\ Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Morton Goudiss
    and Family
    nds
    A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
    Dr. and Mrs. Georqe A. Graham
    and sons Michael Lee and Jon
    u'ish till 'nds
    A I / an I Prosperi us Hew 1 ear
    Mr. and Mrs. Jack I. Green
    and children Linda and Bobby
    ti di their relatii es < d I
    A Happv ..",1 P Htw Year
    Harriet and Milt Green
    and children Bunny and Dennis
    ll'lvl ids
    AH and P i \
    Mrs. Barbara Greenberg
    and family
    ids
    A II pp\ and I' \
    Mr. and Mrs. Morris E. Greene
    and Family

    A Happ ,, ; I P \
    Mr. and Mrs. Jac'< Greenhouse
    and Family
    wish ilu ir relatii es and
    A HuppN and P \
    Mrs. S. Harvey Greenspan
    and family
    i ish the :
    A H "" nd P \ 1
    Mr. and Mrs. Eleaier L. Greenstein
    and family
    uisli
    AH Htw Yeai
    Mr. and Mrs. James Grippo
    and family
    A II :' ind I'
    Mr. and Mrs. Nat Gross
    and family
    wish ih,
    A Ha P \ i ") tar
    Cantor and Mrs. Ben Grossberg
    and daughters Rita, Mari,
    Judy and Suzy
    :ridi their relatives and friends
    A Hap I Pi ospi iius Hew Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Grossman
    and Family
    lain es and friends
    A llapp\ .....I I'.i'-p, OUS \cl( Tl IT
    Mr. and Mrs. Howard Grove
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happv and Prospe ous ,\'tir Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Marvin B. Guberman
    and. daughters Shelly, Tracy
    and Wendy
    ii i*h th< .:.... frii nds
    A Happy and Prosperous Htw ~) < ir
    Mr. and Mrs. Louis Guralnick
    and Family
    u'ish thei i AM. P \, u "I ..
    Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gurrenti
    and Family
    itn
    .A II.. IP
    Mis. Harry Hacker
    and family
    Hi''
    A fi : P ',: is HtW "1
    Mr. and Mrs. Otto Haengel
    and family
    '
    AH IP \
    Mr and Mrs. Sidney Hahn
    and Family
    - .. .: '
    \ H IP sp Heu 1 r
    Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Hallet
    ii ivh i es and fri
    AH id P Hew 1
    Mr. and Mrs. Heril Halperin
    and family
    I and
    A ll..rr '' Hew 1
    Mrs. Miriam Halperin
    u'ish
    A Haprv and P opermis \'ew Year
    ~ Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Hankin
    and family
    ' alive*
    .Ail. IP Htw 1
    Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Hecht
    and children, Isabelle, Neal,
    David and Barbara
    All P \. "1
    Mr. ana Mrs. Wilbur A. Heine
    and Family
    III,'. ids
    A Hap- and P Htw Yeir
    Mr. and Mrs. A. Helfan
    and children Barry and Steven
    A Happv md P nspi i \. 1
    Mr. and Mrs. Samuel I. Herschfeid
    u'ish the i and | ends
    .AM. P is Htw Ye^r
    Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Hersh
    and family
    A Happ IP \
    Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Hershbain
    id*
    Oils N
    Mr. and Mrs. David A. Hess
    and Family
    A Ha
    Cantor and Mrs. Seymour Hinkes
    and children, David, Elliott,
    Roberta and Jaimee

    A H.
    Mr. and Mrs. Famuel J. Hirsch
    and Family
    teisli
    A Hi P V> "l
    Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hoffman
    and Family of
    5161 Collins Axe., Miami Beach
    A Hi
    Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Holbrook
    and sons Allan and Mark
    A i .. i r. 1
    Mr. and Mrs. Norman Holland
    and family
    ids
    A Hi ;; and Prospi ous \i u


    Page 28-B
    *Je A f ncrkttari
    Friday. September 2C. l^
    nananjDfla rwv?
    -#-
    Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Holly
    and Family
    With their relatives and friends
    A Happv .::,! Prosperous New Tear
    K-
    Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holtiman
    and family
    ir relative* aid friend*
    \ H.. ... p | iperoui \"ei< ").
    Mr. and Mrs, Morris Honigbaum
    <: the:r relatives and friends
    A Happy and Protperoul New Year
    Mr. ana Mrs. Hyman Hopen
    their relative* and friends
    A Harp, and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. David Kaplan
    and son, Marshall
    * --. their relative* and friend*
    A Harpy and Prosperous !\r:c Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kaplan
    and family
    u .>; their relative!
    A Happy and Prosperous \>u Tear
    Mr. Meyer Kaplan
    u.*i*ne* Ins friends and relai
    A Happ;. and Prosper* :.. \",u Year
    of \faci Lift
    JOSEPH ILSOP
    Dynasty Changing
    Mr. and Mrs. Robert Horvath
    and Family
    Wish then friends and relatives
    A Happy and Prosperous New Teai
    Mr and Mrs. Monroe Kaplan
    ui.sh their relatives and friends
    A Happx and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Horwich
    Mitchell, Francine and Ronald
    Wish their relative* and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Horwitz
    with their relative* and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Year
    Or. and Mrs. Michael Horwiti
    and Family
    wish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Hyman
    wish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Year
    -I-
    Nina and Paul Indianer
    artel family
    KM fherr relatives
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Israerow
    wish their relatives and friends
    A Happ\ and Prosperous \eu- Tear
    /-
    Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jacks
    and Sam
    Wish their relative* and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous \ew Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobson
    and children,
    Mr. and Mrs. Alan Jacobson, and
    Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Jacobson
    uish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous ?sjeu' Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Sanford D. Jacobson
    and children Henry and Debby
    uish their relative* and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Year
    Mrs. Betty Jafne-I and Family
    Hlitll their relatu es and friends
    A Happy and Protperoul New Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Alex Jaret
    and children Donald and Ellen
    U'ish their relative* and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jurkowitz
    and children, Marcy and Warren
    uish their relatives and friends
    A Happv and Prosperous New Year
    -K-
    Mr. and Mrs. Burton S. Karm,
    Jatse sews Marc
    unsfi their relatives and friends
    A Happx and Prosperous New Year
    Sol and Marten* Katchmen
    and children, Chucby, Leslie
    and Shelly
    wish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kaler
    and son Bruce
    uuh their relative* and friend*
    A Happv and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin I. Kamen
    Irish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Jack B. Kamin,
    Maxin* and Stanley
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Jack J. Kan*
    and family
    f fjriih th/ir relative* and friends
    A happy and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Katz
    and family of
    8425 Hawthorne Ave.,
    Miami Beach, Fla.
    Wish their relative* and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Year
    Dr. and Mrs. Hyman Katz
    and Family
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous \ew Year
    Rev. and Mrs. Jacob D. Katz
    and Family
    U'tsh their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Eli Ketzin
    u'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Year
    WASHINGTON In the vast,
    convulsive, mysterious and re-
    currently lunatic drama that has
    been going on in China since
    September. 1965. the decisive
    turning point may have been
    reached at last. Indeed, the
    change of dynasty that the wiser
    China-watchers have waited for
    may now be taking embryo-shape
    behind the scenes in Peking.
    As one looks back on the ti-
    tanic events that began to unfold
    when Mao Tse-tung was brutally
    confronted with an opposing ma-
    jority in the Central Committee
    in September, 1965, a pulsating
    rhythm is clearly discernable.
    Periods of irrationality, violence
    and widespread civil conflict
    have continuously alternated with
    periods marked by desperate ef-
    forts to limit damage and to re-
    store order.
    GOOD REASONS
    Mr. and Mrs. George Katzman,
    Richard and Susan
    U'ish their relative* and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. and Mrs. M Kaufman
    and family
    u-ish their relatives and friends
    A Happv and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Murray H. Kaufman
    and family
    u.ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Manfred Kaufmenn
    and family
    U'ish their relative* and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Murray Kaye
    and Family
    Wish their relatives and friends
    A Harpy and Prosperous .\eu Tear
    -K-
    -K-
    Mr. and Mrs. Martin Knobel
    and sons Mark and David
    u-ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. and Morris Kogan
    and Stephen J.
    ui*h their relatives and friends
    A Happx and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Jerry L. Kopeimen
    and family
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Barry Kutun
    and family
    uuh the:' relative* and friend*
    A Happy and Prosperous New Year
    -L-
    Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lamport
    and daughters, Deborah and Ruth
    Irish their relative* and friends
    A Happx and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Jack Korenblit
    and Family
    Wish their relatives i ad friends
    A Happx and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kaye
    and children Carole, Marc,
    Barry and Richard
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Alan Kessler
    and family
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kessler
    and family
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Year
    Rabbi and Mrs. Abraham Korf
    and Family
    i. s'i their lelative* and friends
    A Happv and Protperoul Nlem Yea-
    Mr. and Mrs. David Kovnat
    and children of
    800 West Ave., Miami Beach
    uiijh their relative* and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Year
    Mrs. Minna Krams
    and Family
    Wish their relative* and friends
    A Happ\ and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Ted Landesman
    and children Bruce and Shelley
    Wish their relative* and friends
    A Happ-. and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Langberg
    and Family
    I' i*h :;leir relatives and frii
    A Ha I Protperoul NJetu Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Moe Lander
    nd children Sandra and Lester
    Wish tneir relative* and Jriends
    A Harps a-.a Protperoul New Tear
    Dr. and Mrs. Solomon Lanster
    and Family
    wish their relative* and friend*
    A Happ-, and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kimball
    uish their relatives
    A Happy and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Kraus
    u'i*h their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Piosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Abe King
    and Family
    Wish their relatives and friends
    A Happx and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Krefetz
    and Family of
    473S Orduna Drive
    With their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lapin
    and Amy
    With their relative* and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Year
    Cantor and Mrs.
    Ben Zion Kirschenbaum
    and Family
    U'ish their ulativrs and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Kirsner
    and Family
    n>ish their relatives and friend*
    A Happy and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Murray Kitmen
    and Family of
    1701 S.W. 84th Court
    U'ish their relative* and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kitt
    and Family
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happs and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. George Kritzer
    U'lihe* his relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. and Mrs, Jerry Leader
    and family
    u:sh their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Saul Krongold
    and Family
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happx and Prosperous New Year
    Mrs. Florence K upper man
    uushe* her friends and relative*
    A Happy and Piosperous New Year i
    Mrs. Ida R. Lear and Family
    uish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Lear
    U'ish their relative* and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kuppersmith
    and family
    u'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. Gus Kurland
    wishes all of his friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Year
    Dr. and Mrs. Maurice Klein
    uish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Julian Kurlander
    and Family
    A Happy and Prosperous New Year
    wish their friends
    Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lefcowrt
    and Family
    U'ish their relatives and fnendj
    A Happv and Prosperous New Year
    Mrs. Jean C. Lehman
    u-i.shes her friend*
    A Happx and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. Martin Leibowitz
    ui.shes his fnends and relative*
    A Happx and Prosperous Neu; Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Leiner
    and Family
    uish their relatives and friend*
    A Happs and Prosperous New Year
    Chinese Communist
    apparatus. ""''I
    Thus, these people spurred v
    to launch the Cultural R.>^0luti
    5 call ou, the Red Guards.ft
    do many other madlv disruw!
    . thing,. And -heir a,n, ^1'
    merely to recapture control,!
    the government for Ma. 'nitai I
    and above all. to insure)heir '*}
    future control after M i,. ?*
    funeral. There, reallv J*
    the essence of the whol> irama
    For however frightl
    order, however dire i!
    this little clique of per ,. J5
    manipulate the divine
    chairman could never :
    damage-limiting periods '., \J
    They could not permi' ; !
    they hal knocked out all theirqTIS
    tential opponents and tr tievw
    managed to do so.
    NEW PHASE
    There have been perfectly good
    reasons for these wild pulsations,
    moreover. Briefly, the clique
    around the aging Mao, headed by
    his termagant wife. Chiang Ching.
    and his sinister secretary. Chen
    Po-ta, saw themselves with no
    future when they found that Mao
    no longer really controlled the
    Thus, the manipulati. if t\\.
    ing old Mao continued, until each
    damage-limiting period .;,, ter-
    minated with a new call to ex-
    treme action by the R,-i Guard
    groups and other elements who
    were responsive to Chiang ching
    and Chen Po-ta. Now. however
    China appears to have entered a
    new kind of damage-limiting pe.
    riod, for the quite simp! i reason
    -L-
    Mr. and Mrs. Adelph Lepzelter
    end Family
    u>i A Happy and Prosperous \-; Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Barnett M Lerner
    and family
    with their relative* and |,
    A Happy and Prosperous \-v rfOl
    Mr. and Mrs. Ben Le-ner
    and family
    unsh their relatives and ndl
    A Happv New Ted
    Mr. and Mrs Harry Lerner
    and Family
    uish their relatu < end U
    A Happ: and J ">-.-t
    Mr. and Mrs. Sol H. Leslie and "
    Children
    U'i*h tin.' <...:..,. _.,: .:',
    A Happy and I
    I
    Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Leverion
    and Family of 16 Island Avenue
    U'ish their n ..-
    A Happy and Prosperous \ '.'--'
    Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lev n
    and Family
    with their relai and n '
    A Happx ar.d f-, iperoui Tftf
    Mr. and Mrs. Jack Levin
    and Family
    unsh all their frien:
    A Happy and Prosperous ,\" 1'
    Dr. and Mrs. Leo M Levin
    and Family, Jane, Debbie.
    Adrienne and Albert
    U'ish their relatives and |
    A Happy and Protperou* \e Ttai
    Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Levin tnd sen
    and Mr. and Mrs. Alan Levin
    U'lth their relatives and friend
    A Happy and Prosperous N'" '"
    Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Levins
    and sens Jerry and Randy
    U'ish their rrlames and fnenoJ
    A Happx and Prosperous X :w taf
    Mr. and Mrs. Murray I. Levin*
    and children. Jack, Jonathan,
    Felicia and Jeffrey
    with their relatives and fnenai
    A Happy and Prosperous \ n I -'
    Dr. and Mrs. Melvin Klein
    ami Family
    U'ish their rfiaota.es and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Klepach
    and Family
    uish their relative* and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Year
    Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Kushner
    and Family
    uish their relatives and friendt
    A Happx and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Irving Kuttler
    and family
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Lelchuk
    nd children Richard and Judith
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lelchuk
    and son Steven
    uish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Victor Levine and
    children, Paul, Debbie, Stephen,
    Cheryl, Robert, Andrew,
    and grandson, Gregory
    Irish their relatu es and friends
    A Happv and Prosperous Nf"' 1 ''
    Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Leviton
    and Family
    U'ish their relatives and fnends
    A Happv and Pti iperoui \<'i' W|
    Mr. and Mrs. Murray Levrant
    and children Howard and Debbie
    u'ish their relative* and frtewdl
    A Happy and PrMperou* New Tr


    [Friday, September 20. 19G8
    +Jewistncri Page 29-B
    Jat Chian Ching and Co. are
    sing their only troops.
    I The whole scene is insanely
    Ronfu.sing for several reasons. To
    Begin with, there are anti-Mao
    led Guards great numbers of
    |iem indeed who have always
    ellowed pro-Mao slogans while
    agaging in sanguinary battles
    ith the truly Maoist groups. To
    on with, the Peking press con-
    antly hails the establishment of
    \v; "revolutionary committees."
    province after province, which
    inspection turn out to be pack
    with anti-Maoists.
    AFFERENT GROIPS
    1
    This has been emphatically the
    with all the recently an-
    nced 'revolutionary commit-
    s" except perhaps for that
    Died in Tibet. Enough time has
    Bpsed. furthermore, to permit
    r China-watchers to distinguish
    ween the different Red Guard
    pups: and it is also clear that
    groups truly responsive to
    ang Ching and Co. are now.
    te literally, in the process of
    ng liquidated.
    In Southeast China, for instance,
    the two main groupings are called
    East Wind and Red Flag. The
    East Wind group's component
    factions are recruited from the
    more highly paid workers, other
    relatively privileged persons and
    the always conservative farmers.
    The Red Flag's factions comprise
    ideologically sincere Maoist stu-
    dents, plus all sorts of have-nots.
    Both have violently coexisted for
    two years.
    But a recent issue of the East
    Wind newspaper triumphantly de-
    scribed a typical episode in Swa-
    tow. where a leader of the local
    army command rounded up the
    Swatow Red Flag chieftains and
    told them he had long been wait-
    ing for the day to get his own
    back from them. This he did, by
    ordering all of them to be beaten
    black and blue.
    -More significant still are the
    reports that comparable groups
    of Red Guards are being sent to
    the salt or coal mines or con-
    demned to other kinds of forced
    labor or being exiled to the re-
    mote frontiers, in province after
    province all over China. With
    their trcops thus being harshly
    -L-
    Mr. and Mn. Harry Levy
    wish everybody
    tippy and Prosperous New fear
    , and Mrs. Norman Lieberman
    daughter, Shir*, and ton, Joel
    Srh their relatives and friends
    iappy and Prosperous New Tear
    I
    net Mr*. Isidore Liebhober
    and Family
    ish their relatn es and friends
    Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    idge and Mrs. J. David Liabman
    H and children Laura,
    Henry and Rosanna
    I uish their relatives and friends
    9l Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mrs. Ida Liftman
    and Family
    f U'ish their relatn es and friends
    A Happv and Pru.perous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Gaorga Linden
    and son Larry
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Linet
    and Family
    uish their relative* and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Ted J. Lingaton
    uish their relatives and friends
    A Happ\ and Fiosperons \rw lea'
    I Cantor and Mrs. William W. Lipson
    & and Family
    uish theit relatives and frTeiuls
    H A Happv and Prosper >us \ew Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lipton,
    ^F and Family
    u-ish their relatn ej and friends
    A Hapf and Prosperous New "Year
    -M-
    Mr. and Mrs. Wallace N. Maer
    and Family
    uish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs Abraham Magid
    uish their relatives and friends
    A Hirrpy and Prosperous New Tear
    Or. and for*, irwin n. i4in>,
    and Randy
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mrs. Joseph Manischewitz
    U'ish es all her friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Marants
    and family
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and P.osperou* New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Julius Marcus
    and family
    uish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Julius Margolies
    and family
    uish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. Sidney Margulies
    U'ishes his relatives and friends
    A Hjpp and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Herman Marks
    and family
    uish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Mac D. Marks
    and Family
    uish their relatives and friends
    A Happs and Prosperous \eir 1 ear
    Mr. and Mr*. Max Lithman
    and sons Jerry, Robert
    and Michael
    sh their relatives and friends
    Happy and Prosperous \'ei'.' Tear
    Mr. and Mrs Henry Max
    and children Steven Irwin and
    Cheryl Ann
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Alex Litman
    and family
    uish their relatives and friends
    A tlappN and Prosperous Kew Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Martin London
    and Family
    uish their relatives and friends
    A Happv and Prosperous \ew Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Sam Luby, Sr.,
    Dr. and Mrs. Julius Waghelstein,
    son Stephen, daughters
    Shelley and Nancy,
    Mr. and Mrs. Sam Luby, Jr.,
    daughter Lisa and son Sam III,
    Mr. and Mrs. Chester J I '.
    daughters Cynthia and Jodi
    it :.sh their relatives ana Jr.tads
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Dr. and Mrs. Aaron Medow
    and sons, David, Mark and Stanley
    icish their relatives and frietldl
    A Hj""\ and Prosperous New Teat
    Mr. and Mrs. Max Meisel,
    Lewis, Tobi, Steven,
    Rachel Ann, Beth Paula and Bill
    wish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Louis Melnick
    and family
    U'ish their -.elatives and friends
    A Happv and Prosperous \ew tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mack
    and family
    uish their relatives and fetal'*'
    Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Moses Meyer
    and Family
    uish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Sol Meyerson
    and daughters Linda and Wendy
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous N'w Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Ben Miller
    and children
    wish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New fear
    tnnsn nam;
    punished as well as disbanded, it
    is difficult to see how Chiang
    Ching a&tLj^o. can organize an-
    other nationwide plunge into
    chaos. And if they cannot, the
    pulsations are at an end.
    FURTHER TROUBLE
    If this is really the present
    state of affairs, it implies a fairly
    drastic change in the balance of
    power at the center, in Peking.
    Unless the change is truly deci-
    siveunless Chiang Ching and Co.
    have been effectively rendered
    impotentthere is always a strong
    possibility of further trouble.
    Thus, the Oct. 1 celebrations, I
    -N-
    Judge and Mrs. T. R. Nelson
    and Family
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Leo Nemerovski
    and Family
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Al Nemets
    and family
    uish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    P-
    Mr. A. Pepper
    U'ishes his friends and relatives
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mrs. David Phillips
    wishes her relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tea'
    Dr. and Mrs. David G. Pinosky
    and children Sammy and Susie
    wish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New "Year
    when the current lineup will be
    revealed, are being eagerly await-
    ed. Equally, one must wait to see
    what course is adopted by the
    predominantly military regime
    that now exists in China. But if
    the red-hot Cultural Revolution-
    aries have really been defeated,
    an eventual reaction will be nat-
    ural toward rather extreme prag-
    matism. And this is what the
    China-watchers mean by
    change of dynasties."
    Mrs. Rose Newman
    of 4747 Collins Avenue
    U'ishes her relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Louis Plaks
    unsh their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New fear
    Mr. and Mrs. Herman D. Nudelman
    u'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Teai
    Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nusinow
    and Family
    of Triton Towers
    uish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New fear
    "a
    -M-
    Mr. and Mrs. Howard H. Miller
    and children Michael, Ronald,
    Gary and Marcy
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New "fear
    Dr. and Mrs. S. Nussbaum
    and Family
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happ\ and Prosperous New Tear
    Grace and Lee Poliner
    and Family
    uish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous \eu> Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Jack Powell
    and Family
    ii'sh their relatives and friends
    A Happv an,I Prosperous New fear
    Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Pred
    and Family
    Mr. and Mrs. Robert Newman
    and Family
    u i.sh their relatn es and friends
    A Happ\ and Prosperous New "fear
    -o-
    Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ober
    and family
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New fear
    Mrs. Mary Miller,
    Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kasten
    u'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New "fear
    Lena and Joe Mintze*
    and Family
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New "fear
    Mrs. Fanny Mirchin
    and Family
    u'ish fheir relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New "fear
    Isidor and Edith Oberlander
    and Family
    unsh their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Milford Purcel
    and family
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New fear
    Mr. and Mrs. Edwin B. Oppenheim
    U'ish all their friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mrs. Morris Orlin
    and Family
    uish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Dr. and Mrs. Emanuel Pushkin
    and Family
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous N'W Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. I. Pushkin
    and family
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
    -R-
    Grand Rabbi and Mrs. I. Rabinowici
    unsh their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Dr. and Mrs. Richard R. Mirow
    and Family
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mischon
    and family
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ornstein
    and family
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Raduns
    and children
    uish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    -P-
    Mr. and Mrs. Saul J. Morgan
    and family
    icish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear \
    Mr. and Mrs. Morris Moss
    and Family
    wish their relatives and friends
    A Happ\ and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Samel Padnick
    and family
    u ish their relatives and friend
    A Happ\ and Prosperous New lea'
    Mr. and Mrs. S. Sidney Raffel
    Wish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Rand
    and Family
    u'ish their relatives trio friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New T ear
    Mr. and Mrs. Sam Morris
    and sons Cary and Mark
    U'ish their relatives and friend*
    A Happy and Piosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Paige
    and family
    u h their relatives and frien Is
    A Happy and Prosperous New "lea*
    ----------------------------------------------------------------I
    Bernie and Grace Pallant.
    children and grandchildren
    U ish their relatives and fnends
    A Happy and Prosperous \e:r 1 ear
    Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ratner
    and Family
    uish their relatives and friends
    A Happ'. and Prosperous Neu 1 '
    Mrs. Eva Reece and
    Muriel Naurison
    wish thei I "-.nds
    A Happy and P \\ir 1 ear
    Mr. and Mrs. Alfred I. Moss
    and family
    U'ish their relatn es and fefennt
    A Happy and Prosperous N'W Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Philip Moss,
    Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
    Moss and Hugh
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Harp\ and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pardo
    and children Michele,
    Alissa, Jeffrey and Stevan
    unsh their relatives and friends
    A Happy arid Prosperous \Vu' Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Don Reiff
    and children Ellen, Beverly,
    David and Brian
    wish their relatives an! friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Norman Reinhard
    and family
    Mrs. Cecil Myers
    and daughter Hortense
    icish their relatives and friends
    A Happv ami Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. John Myers of
    14950 N.E. 6th Place, North Miami
    U'ish the'r relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous Neu' Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Max A. Parness
    Shelia and Ronald
    uish their relatives and fnen
    A Harp- and Prosperous Neu Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Pascoe
    uish their relatives and frtetl '<
    A Happy .in.! Prosperous Neu 1 tai
    ih thei
    id Is
    A Happy and P v,i... \ v Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers
    and Family
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Harpy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr and Mrs. Henry Paul
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happ\ and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. *.*rr>"' Reinhard
    and Family
    u-ish t"< atues and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    The Bert Reinhardts
    u'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy an I Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. George Nathanson
    and son Arthur
    wish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Philip Paul
    and family
    uish their relatives and frimos
    A Happv arid Prosperous New "i ear
    Mr. and Mrs. Victor Reiter
    and family
    vish their relatives and friends
    A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pechenik
    and Family
    uish their relatives and friends
    A Happv jv I Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Howard N. Pelzner
    and Family
    wish their relatives and friends
    Mr. and Mrs. .ioseh Reminick
    and Family
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Restler
    and Daughter
    wish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear I A Happy and Prosperous New Tear


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    Friday, September 20. l^g
    -#- ./p.
    Mr. and M7s. Philip Revitz Dr. and Mrs. Lowell D. Rosman
    and family and Family
    wish their relatives and fnendi wish then relatives and friends
    A Happv and P out Mew Year A Happv and Prosperous Mew Tear I
    Mr. and Mr*. Joseph Rieger Dr amJ Mrj M Rosnielc
    and Family Jnd Fami,y
    . I1 !:i *nd "-"'- wish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
    Mrs Delia Rifkin and Family
    unsh their relatives and friends
    A Hupps and /'' \.: Tear
    Dr. and Mrs. Harry Rimer,
    daughters Andria and Linda
    u -s/i rb u rlanves and fnen Is
    A Happy and Projperoiu Meu Tear
    Dr. and Mrs. Herman Robbins
    and Family
    th their relative] and fnendi
    A Happ) and Prosperous Mew "I ..-
    Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Robbins
    and Family
    : their relatii es and friends
    A Happ) and Prosperous Meu Tear
    Sonia Robbins
    dies her relatn es and
    A Happ> and Prosperous \ei< tear
    Mr. and Mrs. William Roberts
    and daughter, Dianne
    ii is/i rheir relative! and fnendi
    A Hjpp-. and Prosperous Men Tra
    Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Roth
    and family
    wish their relatives and ; lends
    A Happy and Prosperous Mew )
    Mr. and Mrs. Barrett Rothenberg
    and children Larry, Lori and Mark
    wish their relatives and friends
    A Happ) and Prosperous \iu Teai
    Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rothstein
    and Family
    wish r'jc-i > relatives and fr
    e\ Happy .. I P isperous Meu t .
    -
    Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Rovinsky
    and family
    wish their relatives and fn
    A Happ\ and Prosperous \Vu "I ea
    Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rubel
    and family
    wish their relatives and fnends
    A Happv ami Prosperous Mew Tear
    The
    Riots
    With in
    Us
    By RABBI STEVEN B. JACOBS
    Temple Israel of Greater Miami
    This week we speak of standing
    before the Lord.
    HOW and when doe* man stand
    before God are
    questions that
    should daily be
    reviewed but
    particularly at
    this season of
    looking within.
    So many have
    fallen during
    this past year it
    is difficult for
    us lo stand be-
    fore God. We
    have come a
    full lunar cir-
    cuit once again.
    How does one
    tand before God and assess this
    journey of a year and look ahead?
    How many were the nightsthe
    sleepless nights spent in culling
    meaning out of chaos-' There were
    the assassinations, the riots, and
    the war.
    Within us. too. were riots, war
    and the assassinations that the
    news media did not know
    Rabbi Jacobs
    Now. in order to stand W,
    God. we must remember the ra
    within us. When we make &faj?
    tions and discriminate against i*
    pie because they are black or whit"
    when we deny other, human dJ
    nity. WE DO NOT stand befwi
    God.
    The private petty wars we battk
    one against another: the little u.
    sassination we each committed dap,
    ing the yearthis inevltablj jh
    cast a greater shadow than a Viet
    Nam or a Martin Luther King ori
    Robert Kennedy.
    Now we must conic to grips wn
    the unknown soldier-- and ihe not
    ing and the assassination that exist
    within each of us
    May our journey of 5729
    us to conquer the enemj with n -
    that each of us might sleep better
    in order that we may each take a
    step closer to standing before out
    God

    Mr. and Mrs. David Roe Mr. Abe Rubin
    and family and family
    h their relatives and | lends u-ish their relatives and friends
    A Happv and Prosperous Mew Teat A Harry *"' Hoeperoui Mew tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Harry Roffeld
    and Family
    u ish their relative) jiiJ fnends
    icinIi t/ieir relatives and fnend
    -s-
    -S-
    Mrs. Max Rubin
    and sons Chuck and Ross
    . u ,, i. wish their relatives and fnen.ls
    .*\ Happv and rrnspermis ,\ew 1 fa. ,_, ... ., .
    _ A Happv and Prosperous \en Teai
    Mr. and Mrs. Lester Rogers
    I
    unsh rlieir relatives and friends
    A Harpy and Prosperous Mew Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Jacques Rober
    and Family
    Wish their relative* and friendt
    A Happy and Prosperous, Mew 1<-.ir
    Mr. and Mrs. Leon Rohm
    wish there 'elatiucs and fnends
    '' Happ and Prosperous .\<-n Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rosa
    and family
    In
    Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rubin
    and family
    wish their relative* and fnends
    A Happ\ and Prosperous Mew tear
    Mr. and Mrs. George Rudish
    ii hn their 'elutn es and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous \eu t c.-r
    -s-
    Mr. Irving Saal
    ..
    AH..- : :' Hew Year j A Happy I
    Mr. and Mrs. David Rosen Mrs. Ethel L. Sadowsky
    and children Michael and Larry and son, Albert
    their relatives a I res and
    A H. \ fee V I \ 1 .
    Mr. and Mrs. Sol Sandier,
    and Andy
    nis/i then relatives and friend*
    A Harps and Prosperous y\eir Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sara
    and children, Serena Esther
    and Jason Joel
    u i>li their relatives aid friends
    A Happ) and Prosperous Sen lea'
    Mr. and Mrs. A. Savronsky
    and family
    Utah rlit-ir relatives and friend'
    r*i Ii. r:'\ and I' osperous \c:r Yea'
    Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schachter
    and Family
    t< :*/; their re...
    A ii If ....:/'.-' Tl "
    Mr. Oscar B. Schapiro
    '' :.J;c-> all
    A !! .-... I' \
    Mr. and Mrs. Abe Schonfeld
    and Family
    ii ish thi n relatii es and friends
    .A Happ> and Prosperoiu \'i-n Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schoychid
    and family
    u'ish tlic-ir lelatives ami friends
    s-
    Mr. and Mrs. R. Louis Seitlin
    and children Lary and Rebecca
    U'ish rlic-:i relatives and friei
    A Happ\ and Prosperous \i-
    Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Selevan
    and daughters Linda D. and Mona S
    U'ish their relatives an.l fnenJ<
    A Happy and Prosperous \Vic Tear a H.ipp-. and Prosperous \
    Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Schulner
    and Family
    wish then relatives a>iii friends
    A Happy and Pro.xperou* \eir V.u
    Mr. and Mrs. Jesse D. Schwartz
    and Family
    dtn ?% and friends
    Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Seltier
    ii ish then rrldfn t*- a*: |
    A Hapr\ and Prosperous \
    Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Sepler
    and Family
    ii di their relatives a id *
    A Happ> and P oils \eu tear A H..;:-. and Pri
    ... \
    '
    Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Rosen
    and Family
    A Happ P \ ">
    Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosenberg
    and sons Jeffrey, Eric,
    Adam and Howard
    u-ish th '-d-i
    A Hopp> and P \ ~" "
    Mrs. Tina Rosenberg
    utshes al! her fnend*
    A Harp\ .. d I' ospei ous \
    Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Rosenblatt
    and Family
    u'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happ and Prosperous >Jeu 1 ea<
    Dr. and Mrs. Morton Rotenbiuth
    and children Hal and Cheri
    with their relatives and friend*
    A Happ\ and Prosperous Mew Tear
    Rabbi and Mrs. A. Safra
    and family
    ii isli flir:r rel<
    AH I '. Tear
    Dr. and Mrs. Jack Safra and
    children Mark, Jan and Steve
    ii iv/: fit; relatives and fnends
    A Happy ami P ospi \ Teai
    Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sager
    and children JoAnn, Eddie
    and Sheldon
    wish their relatives an.l fru
    A Happ) and Prosperous \rn Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Jack Saifrrtan
    and Family
    ; tlifir relatives and frii
    A Happ\ and Prosperous Meu tear ,
    Dr. and Mrs. Walter G. Sail
    and family
    Wish llicn rclaliic- and friends
    A Happ\ and Prosperous Mew Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosengarten
    and family
    unsh tlieir relatives ami fnends
    A Happv and Piosperou* Mew tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schatiman
    i.
    P \ew Tea
    Mr. and Mrs. J. Jerrv Schechter
    and /
    A II P \
    Mr. and Mrs. Howard Schecter
    and family
    ....
    A Happ) and Pios ',
    Mr. and Mrs. Saul Schekman
    and Family
    u :d 'le'.r r4 .
    AM. I' \c ;i 1 L..T
    Mr. and Mrs. Israel Schenkman
    and family
    " their relatives and fnei
    A Happ\ and Prosperous \- w t a
    Mrs. Herbert E. Scher
    and Family
    ii i.ii their relatives ami fnends
    A Happ) and Prosperoiu Meu T< ii
    Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Schero
    and Fam'.ly
    uidi the-.r relatives jn Mr. and Mrs. Sol Schwartz
    and Family of
    50)0 S.W. 91st Avenue
    elan vi
    \ 1 rai
    Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schwartzman
    and Barnett David
    AH \ Teai
    Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sedlik
    and Family
    rlanres and fru I
    \
    Mr. and Mrs. Ira Segal
    and children Natalie, Janet
    and Alan
    A li^":" -' \,n T |..
    Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Segal
    and Family
    ... I /
    A Happ and P iperou \. u t ea
    Mr. and Mrs. Norton Segal
    and family
    ii ish thei relatii > ami friends
    A Happ) and Piospe+ous \c "lea-
    Mr. and Mrs. Albert Seiden

    tlieir relatii es and fnends
    Mr. and Mr*. Michael H. Salmon
    and family
    wish ilieir relatives an.l friends
    A Happy and Prosperous Me' Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Milton Samach
    and Family
    Cantor and Mrs. Julius Rosenstein ** relative* and friends
    uish their relative and friends A H^P- -nd l>n.spe>..... Mew reat_
    A Happv and Prosperous Mew Tear Mr -nd Mrt Herbert Sandors
    --------- and Steve
    Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Rosenstrauch wish the* relatives ami fnends
    and Children, Samuel, Jeffrey A Happ* ami Prosperous Mew Tear
    and Judy
    A Harp, and f^-per..... \,:, ,,., A Happy and Prosperous Mew Teat
    Mr. and Mrs. Morton C. Schiff
    and family ^r- '"^ ^r*- Samuel Seidle
    ih their relatives and fnends and Tmi|V
    A Happy and Prosperous Mew Ten ali 'he,r fnends
    | A Happ) and Piosperotu \>w tear
    with their relatives ami friends
    A Happv and Prosperosu Ken tear
    Mrs. Helen Rosenthal.
    Alan and Joyce
    tjrlsh their relative* and friends
    A Happy and Proaperous \Vie Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Sidney M. Sanders
    and family
    WiA their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous \ew Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sandier
    and family
    With their rebtttvei and friends
    A Happy and Pi osperous Hew Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Schiff
    and children Judi and James
    unsh :/i<-ii relatives and fnends
    A Happ\ and Prosperous Mew Teai
    Rabbi and Mrs. Milton Schlinsky
    of Temple Adath Yeshurun
    ii ish then fnends
    Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Seidman
    uish their relatives and friends
    A Hip.-u and Prosperous M'w Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Edward Seinfeld
    and Family
    ::-:' relative! ami friend*
    Mr. and Mrs. Lewis I. Serbin
    and Family
    -
    A Hap md P
    Mr. and Mrs. N. John Serbin
    and Family
    I
    IP
    Mr. and Mrs. David Serns
    and family

    , A Happ> and P
    Mr. and Mrs. Irving Snalom
    A a r.
    Mr. and M's. Irving ihankin
    ii ish H
    A Hdpps> P
    Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Shantzis
    and Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Shantzis
    and Family
    wish thi-;
    A Happ) and P \
    Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shapno
    and children, Daniel, Jonathan
    and Adam
    . : .
    .A Harr< ''
    Tod and Elaine Shapiro
    and Family
    uish thei
    A Happ) ami Pro*pei >u> N
    Mr. and Mrs. William L. Sheade
    and Family
    Irish their friends nd
    A Happv and Prosperous \ 1"'
    Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Sheeger
    and Family
    uish their relatives ami
    A Happ> and Prosperous \ '
    A Hap;--, .md Prosperous \eu tear A Happy .. ... Prosperous .\eic tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Schoemann
    and Family
    Wish their relative! and friend.
    A Happv and Prosperous Mew Teat
    Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schoffman
    and family
    uish their relathvei and fnends
    Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seitlin
    and Family
    Wish their relatives and friends
    A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
    Dr. and Mrs. Jack Seitlin
    and Family
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Hjpp\ and Prosperous Meu Tear| A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sichel
    and family
    WiSO their relative.' and
    A Happv and I'-ospir,,.- \
    Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Siegel
    and Family
    of 2125 N.E. 201st Terrace,
    Bldg M-113, Nortb Miami Best"
    wish their relative* and frte**
    A Happy and Prosperous V>< T*


    \iday. September 20. 1968
    * Jen 1st Mr rirffon
    Paqe 31-E
    '
    Seymour Liebman On Sephardim
    Continued From Pag* 23-B
    dissertation. His scholarship is
    evident, especially in his end-
    notes. The book is well-written
    and the events are narrated with
    lucidity.
    For the benefit of the general
    reader, the following comments
    at variance with the book should
    be noted. Spain did not become
    the kingdom as it is today until
    1516. Isabella ruled only Castile
    and Ferdinand was king of Ara-
    Son and they never united their
    kingdoms.
    Netanyahu treats "conversos"
    and "Marranos" as synonyms, al-
    though many conversos were not
    Marranos and he uses the word
    Marranos as if it were a com-
    mon term in the Iberian penin-
    sula prior to 1492, which it was
    not. The word does not appear in
    Jewish writings prior to 1492.
    "Anusim" (forced ones) and "mu-
    shumadim" (sincere converts)
    were the terms used. The word
    Marrano does not appear in the
    Inquisition files. The author has
    created his own definition and
    interpretation of Marranos and
    Marranism which is not in ac-
    cord with the' almost universal
    understanding of the words.
    Our public schools stress the
    lives of Washington, Jefferson
    and Lincoln to impress, inspire
    and to develop our appreciation
    of patriotic effort and its results.
    The life of Abravanel taught in
    our religious schools could serve
    a similar purpose within Juda-
    ism. It offers an example of how
    a great Sephardic Jew, living and
    participating in the secular world,
    could also live as a pious Jew
    and learned scholar.
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    Mr. and Mrs. Edward Swerdlin
    and family
    With their relative! and friends
    A Happy and Protperout New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Jack Swerdlin
    and Family
    U'ish their relative* and friends
    A Happy iind Prosperous New "Year
    Florence and Sandy Swerdlin
    wishes his relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    T-
    -W-
    Mr. and Mrs. Ian Wallack
    and family
    irish their relative* and friend-.
    Happy and Prosperous New Teir
    Mr. and Mr*. William L. Waller,
    Roberta and Hal
    wish their relative* and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tannen
    and Family
    uisli their relative) dud friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Samuel H. Taran
    and family
    With their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Max Temchin
    and Family
    wish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New "fear
    Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Tendler
    and Family
    wish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New "Year
    Mr. and Mrs. P/iilip Warshaw
    and Family
    U'ish their reunites and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tea
    s-
    Lack and Barbara Siegel
    ii their relatives and friends
    fri-- and Prosperous New Year
    r. and Mrs. Saul Silberman
    .'.Hues and friend'
    ppv and Prosperous New Tear
    )r. and Mrs. Marc Silbret
    and Family
    sh their relatives and friends
    rsrv and Prosperous New Tear
    \r. and Mrs. Max R. Silver
    and sons David and Ira
    and daughter Gail
    itfi their relatives and friends
    fof pv and Prosperous New fear
    |Mr. and Mrs. Morris Silver
    and sen Ted
    ih their relatives and friends
    py aud Prosperous New Year
    . and Mrs. Samuel Silver
    their relatives and friends
    fappy and Prosperous New Tear
    I Mrs. Benedict Silvermen
    I children Jill end Jonathan
    nth their relatives and friends
    loppy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mrs. Leonard Silverman
    and family
    their relatives and friends
    pp\ and Prosperous New Tear
    and Mrs. Larry Silverstein
    and Family
    their relatives aud friends -
    PV and Prosperous New Tea
    r. and Mrs. David Simon
    Family of Hollywood
    > their relatives and friends
    p/""- and Prosperous New Tear
    ind Mrs. George Simon
    and family
    their relatives and friends
    t>.v and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. J. D. Simon
    Ins relatives and friends
    > and Prosperous New Tear
    Ha
    I Mrs. Harold Simonoff end
    i Jolie, Diane and Charlie
    heir relatives and friends
    and Prosperous New Tear
    and Mrs. Fred Singer
    nd daughters.
    Bran, Mercia and Llse
    leir relatives and friends
    and Prosperous New Tear
    fere and Ed Slrkin
    firir relatives and friends
    J'ld Prosperous New Tear
    ind Mrs. Harry Slrkin
    and Family
    leir relatives and friends
    land Prosperous New Tear
    Bid Mrs. Milton Sirkin
    I and Family
    Kir relatives and friends
    Html Prosperous New Tear
    -S-
    -S-
    Mr. and Mrs. Martin Sklaroff Mr. and Mrs. Max Steinfink
    and daughters and Family
    With their relative! and friends U'ilh their relatives and friends
    A Happx and Prosperous New Tear A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Rabbi and Mrs. Morris A. Skop
    of Temple Shalom, Pompano Beach
    u'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Murray Skup
    and sons David and Mark
    u>ish their relatives and friends
    A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
    Judge and Mrs. Arthur I. Snyder
    and Family of
    No. Miami Beech
    ush their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mrs. Paul Sobel
    and Family
    u'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mrs. Riebel Sellewey
    end Benee
    wish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear'.
    Mr. Leo L. Steinman
    and Family
    uish their relative-: and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Stepkin
    and Family
    uish their relatives and friends
    A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stevens and
    children, Ellen and Leslie
    uish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Harry P. Thai
    and family
    Irish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Topol
    Irish their relatives and friends
    A Happy ami Prosperous \'eu> Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Traurig
    uish their relatives and friends
    A Happy ami Prosperous New Tear
    Mrs. Rebecca Wasser
    of the Palmer House
    uisJies her friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tea
    Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Wasserman
    and Family
    o-isli their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Cye Wechsler
    and Family
    uish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tea
    Mr. and Mrs. Murray B. Weil
    and Family
    trish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Yea
    Mr. and Mrs. Morris Weinberger
    and Family
    uish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous \ew Ye-.
    Dr.
    Trop
    Mr. and Mrs. Arnold J. Stern
    and family
    u'ish their relatives and friends
    t Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Albert Solo
    and children, Charles and Debi
    u*ish their relatn'es and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. end Mrs. Frank E. Solomon
    and family
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Julius Spector
    and Family
    u'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Martin Spilka
    and Family
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Syd Stanley and his children
    Dennis, Douglas, Joan,
    Nancy and Kenny
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stein
    and family
    wish their relatn'es and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous Neiv Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Stein
    and Family
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear]
    Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Steinberg
    and Family
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy aud Piosperous New Tear,
    Mr. and Mrs. Wally Steinberg
    and family
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous Ncui Tear]
    Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stone
    and Family
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Sara and Philip Straus
    wish their friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Sem Strom
    and Family
    ti-i.sh their relatives and friends
    A Happ\ and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. William Sturman
    and children, Anne, Eilene,
    Roger and Peter
    oish their relatives aud friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Louis Suchman
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Dr. and Mrs. Jerome Summers
    and children Vickie and Leslie
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sures
    and family
    trish their relatives aud friends
    A Happ\ and Piosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sussman
    and family
    wish their relatives aud friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. Manuel Sossmenn
    and Family
    uish their relatives and friends
    A Happv ami Prosperous >s!eu> Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Sussman
    and Family
    trish their relatives and friends
    A Harr^v ."id PnMneroN* Vein Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Sussman
    and daughters Brvna,
    Anne and Marcia
    u'ish (heir relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    and Mrs. Jules
    and Family
    U'ish their relatives and friends
    A Hupps and Protperout \eir "1 ear
    Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tucker
    and Family
    uish their relatives and friends
    A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
    Mrs. Faye Tupler
    and Family
    trish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Teat
    Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Tytell
    and children Mark Philip
    and Cheryl Sue
    wish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    -u-
    Mr. end Mrs. Reuben Ungar
    and family
    u'ish their .elatives and friends
    Mr. and Mrs. Morton L.
    Weinberger and children
    Marc, Barrett and Cindy
    irish their relative! and friends
    A Happy and Protperout New 1 e,. -
    Mr. and Mrs. Carl Weinkle
    :i ish (heir relatives aud friends
    A Happv and ProtpttOUt \ Dr. and Mrs. I. Newton Weinkle
    and daughter Romelle
    U'ith their relatives aud friend!
    A Happy jud Prosperous ,\eu' "It..'
    Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Weinkle
    and Family
    irish their relative! and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous .\eic Tea'
    Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weinstein
    of 500 16th St., Miami Beach
    uish their relative! aud friends
    A Happy aud Prosperous New Te ir
    Mr. and Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub
    and Mrs. Isidor Cohen
    irish their relatives and fnends
    A Ha/spy and Prosperous New Tea-
    Mr. end Mrs. William A. Weintraub
    Paula and Abner
    irish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tecr
    Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Weisblatt
    and family
    irish their relatives and friends
    Happv and Piosperous Nne Tear '
    J^^^^ A Happ\ and Prosperous New 1 e
    Lona and Nat Urovsky
    and family
    irish their relatives aud friends
    Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    V-
    Mr. and Mrs. Morton Varat
    and children Lois and Andy
    Irish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Jose Ventura
    irish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Piosperous \eHI Tear
    Mr. Gilbert A. Viola
    Irishes his relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. Jose Lis Vitkinas
    100 Lincoln Road
    U'ishrs his friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Joel J. Vogel
    and sons Steven,
    Howard and Kenneth
    U'ish their relative! and friends
    A Happv ami Prosperous \'< ie Tear
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    Mr. and Mrs. Allan A. Wagner
    irish their relative! and friends
    A Happy and Piosperous /\rui Tear
    Dr. and Mrs. Irving Waldman
    and Family
    irish their relatives and friends
    A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Weiss,
    Stuart, Marty, Julie
    and grandsons i
    Mark K. and Robert Scott
    of 3910 Ponce deLeon Boulevard
    uish their relatives and friends
    A Happ\ and Prosperous ,\eu' Tea'
    Mr. and Mrs. Morris Weiss
    and Family
    irish their relative! and friends
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    Mr. and Mrs. Simon Weiss
    and children Judy and Danny
    irish their relatives and friends
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    Mr. and Mrs. Sol Weiss
    and Family
    irish their relatives and friends
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    Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Weston
    and Family
    Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. Kramer
    Mr. and Mrs. Lewis A. Bonell
    U'ish their relatives and friends
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    Mr. and Mrs. Irving L. Wexler
    and Family
    irish their friends
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    Dr. and Mrs. William Wickman
    and sons
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    and children
    Michael, Steven, Bruce end Allen
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    and Family
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    Mr. and Mrs. Howard Yacktr
    and Family
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    Dr. and Mrs. Jack Wolfe
    and children, Sharon and Keith
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    Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Yaffe
    and family
    -; atn e : -fids
    A Haf Prosper Dr. and Mrs. Sanford Zahler,
    Pmt\*. Scott, and Jonathan
    .... -.;_ -. |isd endt
    AH.: ana1 Year
    Mr. and Mrs. William Zahler
    r-.ds
    AH. V<'T
    Mr. and Mrs. Morton B. Zemel,
    Joseph Saul, Pamela Tova,
    and Fred David
    : r reldin ex and fnendi
    A Happy and Projperoui Hew year
    Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Zipp
    and children Robert, R ch8r(j
    Alan, Susan and Pdu|
    ividi then retain a .. lenj,
    A Happ) and ? rpei yM
    Mrs. Max Wolfman.
    Ernest, Li Hi and Children
    Claire, Max and Neil, Stanley and
    Marilyn, David and Nancy
    - i
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    Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Yaffe
    wish du id I
    AH^-- I P .-- \
    Mr. Joe Zalis
    of 1351 Collins Ave Miami Beach
    rianvi
    A Haf \ "> ."
    Mr. and Mrs. Moyshe Zilber
    and Family
    relative! and friend*
    A H. Htm Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Woolf
    and Family
    l
    A Hi and P- V 1 ear
    Mrs. Ernie Woolfe
    and Family
    ]
    A Ha r \ Tea
    Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Yesner
    and children Alan Jay
    and Judith Marc a
    n .-..- an
    A Her- .- -. ?- \eu Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Albert Zalka
    i and /nei
    A H.. Tear
    Mr. Nathaniel Zalka and Family
    -:>
    Tear
    Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Yesner
    Hives and
    A Happy and P Hen feat
    Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Yorkin
    A Hapf Teat
    Mr. and Mrs. Max Zausner
    ... -..
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    Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Zeichner
    and family
    . ... fnend
    A Hapl '''- y'-'
    Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Zilbert
    and Family
    - I ''"ids
    A Ha{ H** Year
    Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Zinn
    and family
    and '?.-::. ei
    Hew Ira'
    Dr. and Mrs. Doran Zinner
    and Family
    nds
    AH. Ken fear
    Mr. and Mrs. Fred Z-squit
    and family
    with their fntndt :...t,
    A Harr> inJ Proiper,
    Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Zitner
    With their relatirr< a
    A Happv and P
    Mr. and Mrs. Morris Zlstolow
    uuh their relai
    A Happs jr.! J .
    Mr. and Mrs. David Zuc-.ermar,
    and family
    uuh their friendi ;.;,,
    A Hap.--. j
    Mr. and Mrs. Meivin Zuckermji)
    and sons
    .... ...
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    Opposite Dadeland, Miami, Florida
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    Jewlstflcricfiari
    Friday, September
    HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
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    RENTALS SALES
    810 N.E. 125th STREET
    NORTH MIAMI
    Phone 758-4774
    HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
    w Of MIAMI
    2315 N.W. 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida 33137
    Phone FR 3-3915
    ABE TRACHTENBERG LEN ZINMAN
    HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
    MIAMI CONSERVATORY
    473 N.E. 167th Street 8027 Biscayne Blvd.
    5818 S.W. 73rd Street
    JOSEPH WEINBERG
    PAN AM FOOD PRODUCTS COMPANY, INC.
    4628 N.W. 36th Avenue NE 4-1041
    HAPPY HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
    MARKS BROTHERS COMPANY, CONTRACTORS
    1313 N.W. 97th AVENUE, MIAMI
    Phone 885-4721
    For Wise Handling of
    Long-Term Leases, See.
    Oscar e.dooly
    stb 7930 ASSOCIATES, INC., UUT9MS
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    Phone 531-0741
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    BARISES OPTICAL SERVICE
    1629 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
    Phone JE 8-3383
    Happy New Year Wishes To All Our Customers From
    LA FRANCE CLEANERS and DYERS
    244 N.W. 35th Street, Miami
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    Opposite Red Bird Shopping Center
    Phone 667-3478
    58th Ave. and Bird Road
    WE DELIVER
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    SIMCO WASTE PAPER, INC.
    PHONE NE 4-7626
    Days I Remember
    By NATHAN ZIPRIN
    guarded by a walled fence, blocking out ih ,-iei
    if the inner sanctum but not ol Ihe
    which lured us with fruit and challenge Directh
    When Hcrzl died iii Inly of 1904 I was jusl
    embarking on my seventh year, yel Ihe even!
    remained with me down deep. ever, as the re-
    membrance of niv shtetl, its soil and its people.
    My shtetl. Pikov. in the Podol region of the
    Ukraine, was in the center of nowhere, a dot in
    the black soil, it had no sidewalks, no pave-
    ments, no streets. It was just a piece ol land, the
    surface of which was dotted here and there with
    houses, straw-thatched hovels, and peopled with
    .lews The goyim lived on the outskirts, in en-
    campments that seemed remoter than their actual
    distance But their cloister, a byzantine structure
    whose interior was as strange to us as the God
    they worshipped, was in the very heart of our
    shtetl. We weie forbidden, however, lo cross its
    threshold, by our parents and by a vicious dog
    which seemed possessed ol the uncanny ability of
    spotting Jewish trespassers.
    Framing the cloister was an orchard that was
    onl>
    h,.r
    Ret
    .
    it
    behind the church was a dark alley whose
    li-ht was Asher the Melamed, teach.!
    knowledge was said to have transcended <-
    dels of the shtetl He was a learned ma
    V-her the Melamed. pious but also mo:
    Ihe semantics of his time. Reb Vsher was
    in be an BVid reader ol Hebrew and
    books, a subscriber to journals in Warsav en
    noisseur in hazzanul and an expert in .
    analysis. He himself did not travel much
    but his children did and as a good listener he
    learned much about the outside world fi
    Over a cup of tea in our home In wa
    fascinating raconteur, the wisest ol ill and
    the most merciful. In all his days as
    he never lost patience with his pupils n I lid he
    ever punish them.
    Keb Asher recessed the class foi i : mo-
    ments that day when the postman brouf the
    newspapers from Warsaw Vshei tl
    was too impatient lor the unfolding ol il lews
    OUR BEST WISHES TO ALL
    FOR A HAPPY TSEW YEAR
    II ITH MUCH GOOD HEALTH
    l.\ THE YEARS TO COME...
    from ..
    Harry Rosen
    Nathan Sedlik
    Bernard Young
    Albert Silver
    THE SALES STAFF OF
    MOUNT NEBO CEMETERY
    HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
    SENATE lion I
    139 N.E. 2nd AVENUE FR 4-0230
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    A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
    SUPER SERVICE DRY CLEANERS & LAUNDRY
    3890 Bird Road, Coral Gables
    Phone 446-6752
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    KA-DEE BEAUTY SALON
    1231 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
    Phone 531-9294
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    II A K R Y >
    MEAT MARKET
    16831 N.E. 15thAve-j
    "FREE DELIVERY
    Call 949-2224
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    LIBRARY-AUDITOR ^
    SCHOOL FURNISHING
    2610 S.W. 28th Lane
    Phone 445-0569
    SHORES
    SECRETARIAL
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    Resumes Manuscripts
    Medical Reports Mailings
    Telephone Dictation
    Free Pick-Up and Delivery
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    Phone 759-4087
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    From
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    Friday, September 20, 1968



    to keep us youngsters riveted to beginning tomes
    Wht.i a long time passed and there was no re
    cal. :o class by Reb Asher, it occurred to some
    of the older pupils that something must be
    wrong, for our rebbe was never known to have
    wasted time when learning and teaching were
    at Stake.
    :. returning to the cheder. we found Reb
    Ashtr seated on a box, grim, disconsolate, tears
    streaming from a face one instinctively associated
    with mourning.
    Herzl is dead." he whispered laconically, as
    he bade U8 jo home silently. Reb Ashers tongue
    mo! le as a pendulum always, was now in un"
    motion, as if it had suddenly forgotten its theme
    ' he day was sunrich. the sky a flame in blue
    and the tree-tops in the orchard were beckoning
    ,ii y. Yet none of us responded to the challenge.
    No thai the doctor was dead the joy of climb
    in. had laded from our bones. Now that the
    dotf t was gone who would heal our hurts? Who
    wouid assuage our pain with bandage and word?
    Darkness had come upon us and our pi ay fields.
    Tin would be no more freedom of movement
    for -onlj constant caution. Our world that was
    Pil was -urcly coming to an end now that the
    !ii\ : had left iiv
    hence did he come, the bealer? Prom
    Chi lnik. Vinitza, Berdicher, Odessa? Or did he
    con perhaps from an obscure village where he
    livei ;.- a hermit, emerging mysteriously only
    wh< summoned by cries of pain, by a mother's
    ago '' From that icy July day on, when the
    tidings of the healer's death reached us. until the
    season's first snowfall swept us fiom the open,
    we children seemed to rivet our attention almost
    c\i- usively on this strange man we revered ;i- ;i
    .loi ir namd Herzl, and who was now dead
    lere were no doctors in the shtetl. To be
    sun there was the barber, an expert in cupping,
    the t Id Jewish woman who could east out illness
    evei as the rabbi could exorcise a dybbuk, and
    the strange Christian woman, who extracted dis
    cast Irom the body at the bidding of images that
    appeared in molten wax of her special making
    Democratic Nominee
    State Representative
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    But what if these should ever fail and the crying
    belore the ark should not be heard-'
    We were a generation of lost Jewish children
    that summer in the town of Pikov,
    In time, of course, the symbolism that was
    Herzl began to dawn upon us. But to this very
    THEODORE HERZL
    day it is always as healer that I think of him.
    The healer who foresaw curing for a people
    now rests in silence atop .Ml Herzl in Israel,
    sleeping the sleep of the privileged dead who
    saw a vision and its fulfillment. Zion has risen,
    but the I'ikovs of the Jewish world are ashes of
    devastation For them there was no healer.
    In the book of life, blessing, peace and good
    sustenance, may we be remembered and inscribed
    before Thee, we Thy People Israel, together with
    all mankind, for a happy life and peace. AMEN.
    The H:gh Holy Day Praver Hool^.
    jun /
    mwf
    NEWMAN
    rUNEXAL MOM*
    Edward T. Newman, F.D.
    5729
    1968
    HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
    RIKKPS STUDIO, /V
    2256 Coral Way Phone 443 5086
    BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
    MR. AND MRS. MELVIN GROSSMAN
    LAUREN AND SANDRA
    Wishing
    All
    The
    Happiest
    of
    Holidays
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    *Jenir fhridliar
    Friday. September 20, 1363
    LIQUORS
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    A Most Happy
    New Year
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    FT. LAUDERDALE Phone 584-1515
    A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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    Jews Enjoy A
    Secure Position
    In Brazil
    By OAVID MARKUS
    Recently, a Brazilian public opinion research
    institute made public stunning figures on anti-
    Semitism in this country, where Jews constitute
    barely one-sixth of one percent of the total popu-
    lation. According to the survey, which wa- initi-
    ated at the request of a popular monthly, it would
    appear that virtually half o! Brazil's population
    of 80 million is infected with prejudice ajainst
    Jews to a greater or lesser degree.
    However, the accuracy and the objectivity of
    the survey have been brought under question by
    Jewish community leaders who have maintained
    in public statements 'hat the past and pre.-ent
    record of Jewish life belie those figures,
    It is difficult to dispute figures, but there are
    adequate grounds for rejection ot these findings
    The fact is that Jews ot Brazil do not feel any
    anti-Semitism here. They play a prominent role
    in the country's life and they hold positions of im-
    portance in all areas of activity. Surely there are
    anti-Semites in this country, but the fact that
    there has never been a serious or organized anti-
    Semitic movement indicates that the Brazilian is
    a man apart. The swastika plague and the anti-
    Semitic activities of neo-Nazis in neighboring
    Argentina. Uruguay and Chile have, until th;s
    day, made no impact in this country. If there
    have been sporadic incidentsswastikas smeared
    on a wall or the vandalizing of a cemeterythe
    perpetrators, when apprehended usually turned
    oot to be Germans or Baits.
    Jews in all probability have been living in
    Brazil since the discovery ot the continent, mak-
    ing great contributions to the development of the
    country. They played a significant role in the
    winning of independence 146 years ago. Since
    then, they have been received in the country
    without restrictions of any kind, religious or
    other, and have lived here in complete equality
    It is said that the founder of Rio de Janeiro.
    Estacio de Sa, was the grandson of Marranos. a-
    was the founder of Sao Paulo, Joao Ramalho It
    is a historic fact that there was a well-established
    Jewish settlement in Recife, Brazil's third lar^e-t
    city, and that it was from Recife that a group ot
    23 Dutch Jews, among them Jacob Bar-Shimon,
    started out about 315 years ago in a tiny sailing
    vessel and ultimately reached New Amsterdam,
    where they founded the first Jewish community
    The modern Jewish community in Brazil bi
    gan to take shape about 65 years ago as a result
    of the C'zarist pogroms. Brazil's Jewish popula
    tion today is estimated at between 160.000 and
    170.000 In the last ten years alone, some 8.000
    Egyptian Jews and 5.000 Israelis have settled in
    Brazil
    Jewish life here is organized in a system ot
    federations. In each city where there are Jews,
    there is a federation with which all Jewish in-
    stitutions and groups (with the exceptions of the
    extreme leftists) are affiliated. The federations
    are united in the Jewish Confederation of Brazil,
    the central Jewish representative body in the
    country. Actually, the structure of the federation
    and the confederation is weak. The Confedera-
    tion represents the community effectively and
    successfully, but it is weak financially and can
    not exert much influence on Jewish life.
    For years now, there has been discussion on
    forming a kehillah along the lines of those in
    Argentina and Uruguay. Were such a kehillah to
    be formed and become the central organism of
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    *Jenist fhridftcjir
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    Jewish hfe here, it is believed it would attract a
    membership of tens of thousands of Jews and be
    able to maintain, stimulate and handsomely sup-
    port a great variety of Jewish -activities. "
    The iaea Is far from realization, however be-
    cause of special conditions, particularly the re-
    luctance of the burial socie.y, which controls
    substantial funds, to become the core of such an
    organization. The Jewish population here consists
    of a thin layer of industrialists, a considerable
    middle class and several thousand free entrepre-
    neurs, plus increasing numbers of doctors en-
    gineers, lawyers, chemists and other profession-
    als. There are no Jewish laborers here but there
    are a substantial number of poor people In Rio
    de Janeiro alone, more than 3,000 come to the
    community for Maot-Chitim (aid) on the eve of
    Passover Unfortunately, there is no institution
    here to help these people get on their feet.
    Because of the determination of parents to
    give their children a Jewish education, more
    than 30 integral Jewish elementary schools and
    gymnasiums and two teachers seminaries have
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    been established. Thirteen of the schools arc lo-
    cated in Rio de Janeiro and ten in Sao Paulo
    Tne schools have an estimated registration oi
    :.,ure than 8.000 children.
    Both in Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo there
    arc large, prosperous and active clubs where
    iirge numbers of Jewish youth can find fulfill
    nent Among those clubs are Hebraica, Monte
    S.T.ai. C rculo Israelita and Maccabec. Their mem
    bership is in the tens of thousands. There are
    also Jewish centers in the smaller cities, such as
    Porto Alegro. Curitiba. Recife. Bahia. Relo Hori-
    zonte and others.
    Police report there are no records of juvenile
    criminality among Jews. Many Jewish youths go
    .n:o government service. Many have made the
    Jjrmy their career. An impressive number have
    settled in Israel, where there are kibbutzim
    consisting exclusively of Brazilian settlers.
    Brazil has a substantial Jewish pressthree
    weeklies in Yiddish and three in Portuguese.
    There are Jewish rad'o programs in Rio de Ja-
    neiro, Sao Paulo. Porto Alee.ro and Curitiba wh
    ire Jewish in content but conducted solely :
    Portuguese.
    *
    Brazil maintains extremely friendly relatic
    with Israel. The two countries are linked by u
    series of pacts. Many Brazilians boast that Je\
    i*fa blood flows in their veins. The most pride!.'
    are those of distinguished origin, with nami-
    suchasCarvalho. Oliviera. Peres. Poncsca. Perc-.
    Rodrigues. Santos. Silva and Teixiera. These a ,-
    all descendants of Marranos. It is difficult to te
    how large their number is. but they are surely :
    the hundreds of thousands. These have been ar
    will mo;t certainly continue to be a positive fac-
    tor in creating a benign climate for Jews.
    Symptomatic of that climate, which alwa. ;
    prevailed in independent Brazil, is the perha >
    little-known fact that, out of his deep friendsl.
    for Jews, the late Emperor of Brazil, Don Ped,.>
    Segunda, learned to speak Hebrew perfect,
    translating three piyutim and the Had-Gady,.
    which he published in France after he abdicate-
    r
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    a goodly measure of happiness,
    peace and prosperity
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    a year of peace,
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    Friday, September 20,
    When the High Hoi Days
    come around we ensagi nlir
    annual rounds of autumi clean-
    ing, spiritual style
    The hardest Job some people
    have is to admit that they need
    improving. We are -o inclined
    to yield to the rationalizational
    instead of the rational tl il our
    first impulse is to Warn what-
    ever wrongs we have mmit-
    ted on others.
    This tendency ii furtti ed by
    an imperfect understate mi
    psychology which seem- to in-
    dicate that whatever we o thai
    is aberrant is due to for >s and
    factors other than out selves.
    This half-truth is exi I lifted
    bj the response of a prei ocious
    youngster to his father who
    asked. '"How could you have be-
    haved so badly?" Said tl brat:
    | don't know dad. whel
    heredity or environmeni
    To purge ourselves i smug-
    ness and complacencj thi
    therapeutic objective Rosh
    Hashanah and Yom .
    which call upon us to enow I
    edge our wrongdoings I our
    own share in our defects
    fections, Periodically wi
    I III B II and
    homcoi: znr
    and Fa mi I v
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    Friday, September 20. 19G8
    our garment- and our other pos-
    sessions. How much more im-
    portant it is to cleanse our-
    selves!
    Our sense of guilt needs acti-
    vation, if you are driving along
    on the highway and see a police
    car behind you. you at once re-
    member your improprieties. You
    begin to recall the many in-
    fractions you have committed
    and somehow you sense that
    the police have soocl reason to
    charge you with some offense.
    Your conscience is that po-
    lie< man Ard as we see our con-
    science in the rear view mirror
    ol our minds we are stirred to
    review our errors and viola-
    tions, How helpful it is it we
    can give ourselves the neces-
    sary summons to the court of
    our own judgment, before some
    calamity occurs.
    There are hundreds of ways
    to drive home the value of the
    Holj Day purgation. Let me of-
    ler a trio of words which may
    set up mental chain reactions
    which will perhaps suggest pro-
    cedures for reflective atone
    ment.
    My first word is "solve."
    11 the Holy Days do nothing
    more than pin us down to a
    strong effort to solve our di-
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    Mr. & Mrs. Alfred Katz
    Melvin and Paula
    Nathan & Barbara Katz
    and Daughter Sheila
    extend Best Wishes to all then-
    Relatives and Friends tor a
    Happy New Year
    New Year Greetings From
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    POWERS
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    Ph. 531-3018
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    Budget Terms
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    * Iwisti ncridHar
    lemmas they will serve a splen-
    did purpose. As the years race
    by we leave many decisions in
    the air. We find all kinds of
    ruses to evade the need to sit
    down quiejly and think through
    our aims in life and our rela-
    tions with members of our
    family.
    Can we concentrate on get
    tin- rid of that pernicious habit
    of procrastination to which we
    have become prey? c;,n we de-
    termine what should be our atti
    tude towards our faith, towards
    our relatives, our community
    and world? Be still, my soul,
    counsels Judaism, and stop Ionia
    enough once and for all to
    -'ilve some of these quandario
    Another Holy Day word is
    akin to solveit's "dissolve."
    Some ol our problems cry out
    for solution: some of our atti-
    tudes and traits require dissolu-
    tion. We would be a lot more
    satisfied, we would be much
    more useful if we could, through
    a burst of Holy Day augmented
    energy throw off and eliminate
    tendencies which are harmful
    and deleterious.
    Both -solve" and "dissolve"
    are words related to the kin-
    dred term "resolve "
    It is now deemed almost
    fuddy-duddy to talk about New
    Year's resolutions. They are the
    object of derision rather than
    decision But in many respeds
    a return to tested practices is
    urgently needed in this world ol
    ours. One cartoonist shows an
    agitator with a placard de-
    manding "the right to prevent
    speech." and labels it the New
    Politics. If the new politics or
    the mod approach to decency
    add up to the disregard of vital
    values we should all plead guilty
    of adhering to "old fa-hioned
    virtues. Something old is not
    necessarily antiquated.
    So let us not hesitate to make
    certain resolves and let us carry-
    out these intentions with un-
    wavering resoluteness!
    Each of us knows best what
    would be most desirable in the
    fashioning of a better self. Un-
    der the impressive impact of
    our Holy Day liturgy let us de-
    termine to cease dilly-dallying
    and shilly-shallying and take
    stock of what we need for our
    moral improvement.
    Yes. if we can launch a per-
    sonal voyage into inner space
    and seek solutions, dissolutions
    and resolutions, we will enter
    5729 refreshingly cleansed
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    By DAVID SCHWARTZ
    On Rosh Hashanah the shofar is blown. The
    Jewish New Year is different in other ways. too.
    Most people have only one New Year. But if
    a thing is good, why have only one? Jews like
    things wholesale. They have three or four new
    years. There is one in Nissan, and there is a
    new year for trees around February, and there is
    one in Tishri. And I think there is another one
    also, of a minor type. But the real grand one >(
    course is that in Tishri. usually tailing jn s...
    tember.
    The Western world largely holds its New Year
    in January. But Jews like to gather around th
    ^ynajjogue and talk, and it is too cold and snowy
    for that in January.
    The Chinese have their New Year towards
    summer, but right in the midst of everythin <
    who wants to have a New Year? So Jews (elected
    autumn. The weather then is neither too cold nor
    too hot. The leaves are turning a beautiful color
    and the people rested from vacation are ready-
    to return to sinning again and since it is some
    months before you have to pay the income tax
    you still have enough left for tickets for the
    temple.
    I suppose everyone knows the story of ho
    Rabbi Levi Yitzhak of Berditchev auditionei
    shofar blowers. Well, anyway, he asked all the
    candidates for the job what passed through their
    minds when they blew the shofar.
    One man said he thought of Moses leading
    the Israelites out of Egypt.
    A second man said he thought of the huh
    priest at the Temple service in Jerusalem
    A third said. "When I blow the shofar. I say,
    Dear God. you know I am a poor man. I have
    three daughters and I would appreciate it if you
    could manage to help me get them married off
    The third man got the job. The Rabbi real;;.-]
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    Friday. September 20. 1968
    that he was an honest man and when you get
    down to it. what is life but a lot of simple things
    like that?
    On Rosh Hashanah we ask forgiveness for our
    sins. Sin is a kind of complex subject. The
    Kotzker Rebbe thought that even sin had its
    good side. He said that sin gave God the oppor
    tunity of revealing his noblest aspectthat of
    compassion.
    What are our sins? Have we held up any
    banks, broken into any homes? Do we face in-
    Jewisli fhrk/nr
    dictment b> the grand jury? Most of us are not
    guilty of these things.
    A sage of the Talmud said we will be pun-
    ished in the next world for the legitimate
    pleasures we have denied ourselves. It reflects on
    God if we have not availed ourselves of his
    crations.
    Maybe we should have gone to a picnic or
    taken a drink and we didn't.
    It may seem a bit odd that we should be
    Paoe 9-C
    punished for not going to a picnic, but then
    again, a picnic has its religious side. It brings
    people togetherfosters brotherhood.
    Perhaps if we had joined a Hebrew class or a
    class in gardening or ceramics, we should have
    gotten some pleasure. We didn'tSO we sinned.
    What the rabbi is saying is that sin consists
    not only in acts of commission, but in acts of
    omission. They are the greatest part of our sins.
    We do not lead full lives.
    Anyway, be sure to go to that picnic.

    *>

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    New Year.
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    Friday. September 20. 1963



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    Why is it traditional among
    some Jews to cry during the
    High Holy Day services?
    One reason given is that the
    High Holy Days represent an
    occasion when we are mosl
    anxious for the Almighty l"
    hear our supplications.
    The rabbis claim that, while
    the "Gates of Prayer" may be
    closed, the "Gates of Tears"
    are always open to allow the
    weeping of the Jewish soul to
    reach the Almighty. Some au-
    thorities based this on the pas-
    sage of the Psalms which says,
    'For the Lord hath heard the
    voice of my crying" (Psalms
    6:9i
    By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
    The commentaries on the
    Jewish codes trace this partic-
    ular tradition ot crying on the
    High Hni> Days to the famous
    Kabbalist Rabbi Isaac Luria,
    who claimed that the soul of one
    who does not weep on the High
    Holy Day- is not to be consid-
    ered fully good or complete.
    On the other hand, says the
    famous rabbi, one who does cry
    establishes some kind of com-
    munion between his soul and the
    Divine Tribunal which shows
    mercy for him
    It is related that a sainted
    rabbi was confronted by a
    woman who came to him in
    tears on an ordinary day of the
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    year explaining her problen
    He answered her by saying tha
    tears are very precious and r
    is unwise I,, use one's tears to
    inconsequential matter- On
    Should rather save them, h
    said, for the High .flol) Daj
    when they are oi greal i><
    Why is Rosh Hashanah re-
    ferred to by the title "Yjm
    Haiikaron" (Day of Remem
    brance)?
    Basically speaking, the nil
    bis had some difficulty in find
    ing the proper name for the tr-
    tival.
    In the Bible it is known ...
    "the day of blowing (the sho
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    Friday, September 20. 1968
    Jewisti fteridiar
    Paqe 11-C
    \
    far)" and Ihe day of the re-
    membering blowing."
    Actually, the name "Day of
    Remembrance" is not perhaps
    the original way of translating
    the term "Yom Hazikaron." A
    better translation has been sug-
    gested which would indicate
    that the term "likaron" would
    be more fittingly translated as
    awareness.'" This would stress
    the contention that on Kosh Ha-
    shanah the Almighty is especial-
    ly aware of the condition of
    every human being, his short-
    comings and his needs.
    Thus, the term "Zikaron Te-
    rtian" which is commonly trans-
    lated as "a memorial of blow-
    ing" or "remembering blow-
    ing" would possibly be better
    translated as "an awareness
    through blowing." The idea be-
    hind this description would be.
    therelore. that Ro-.li Ilashanah
    is an occasion when we create
    a state of awareness on the part
    of the Almighty by summoning
    His attention through the blow-
    ing of the shofar
    At the same time, as many
    moralists have stated, we ere
    ate. through the blowing of the
    shofar, an awareness on the part
    of man who is thus reminded of

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    the proximity and the aware-
    ness of the Almighty. Thus, the
    term "Yom Hazikaron" would
    be better translated as "a day
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    This, then, becomes a most
    appropriate name for the festi-
    val of Rosb Ilashanah because
    this term spells out the essen-
    tial theme ol the festival. In the
    sense that to the mind of the
    Almighty there is no past, pres-
    ent and future in separate cate-
    gories, remembering the pasi
    for the Almighty is not the
    same as the act of memory for
    man. To the Almighty, seeing
    the past is like man's aware-
    ness ol the present.
    Why is the last blast of the
    shofar notes an unusually long
    one called "Tekiah G'dolah"
    (the long blast)?
    Generally speaking, this was
    done to make the congregation
    aware ol the fact that the series
    "I shofar notes has ended Ob-
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    climactic moment of the day.
    With the sounding of the las)
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    lashioned religious hiirods based on hearsay
    pnd superstition.
    Yet;''Kiev was almost destroyed during World
    ^Var II and, when rebuilt, much of the original
    Character of its medieval streets and buildings
    vere smothered in contemporary architectural
    Ideas. In the Buda Hills, which I visited during a
    Wief stay in Hungary-. Ed Lewis ahd his director
    John Frankenheimer found a section overlooking
    the Danube and the plain of Pest, a quaint sec-
    tion of the old city that has been preserved by
    the Hungarian government or reconstructed with
    ainstaking authenticity, from cobblestone roads
    i the gas street lamps. Added to the sites within
    [the city were villages nearby such as the tiny
    [community of Makad where a synagogue of the
    | period was built by the motion picture company
    I as background for a festival sequence. At an-
    other occasion, an outdoor market was recreated
    r with Jewish peddlers and shopkeepers for the
    scene of a raid by Czarist Cossacks.
    Out of thirty key staff and crew members,
    some ten were selected from the Hungarian stu-
    dios, such as production manager, first assistant
    director, camera assistant and chief electrician
    The camera director. Marcel Grignon is French,
    and so is his operator. Andre Domage. The film
    editing of the vast footage is being completed by
    the American, Henry Berman.
    Dalton Trumbo's screenplay accentuates the
    blueprint of "everyman" who has been the victim
    of ignorance, prejudice and racialand religious
    bigotry. Though this has been a universal mal-
    ady throughout the ages, the Jew has remained
    the major victim.
    British actor Alan Bates essays the central
    role of Yakov Bok, an uneducated fixer who had
    never before wandered beyond the confines of
    his "shtetl." Bok, estranged from his faith and
    heritage, bitter against his runaway wife Raisl
    'Carol White) asked nothing from life but to be
    left alone Dirk Bogarde, another star from Eng-
    land, portrays Bibikov, the honest lawyer who
    makes it his goal in life to prove Bok's innocence.
    Hugh Griffith is the elderly gentleman Lebedev.
    member of the dreaded "Black Hundreds" dedi-
    cated to the persecution of all Jews. Elizabeth
    Hartman depicts his crippled daughter and Bok's
    mortal enemy when he rebuffs her attempts at
    love making. Georgia Brown of "Oliver" fame is
    the murdered boy's mother Marfa, herself the
    guilty one in the crime. David Warner, another
    British thespian. appears as Count Odoevsky; Ian
    Holm as prosecuting attorney, Grubeshov.
    Alfie Bass, who most recently replaced Topol
    in th I.mdon stage production of "Fiddler on
    the Roof." portrays PotffeiUtt; Jack Gilford is
    Shmuel and David Opatashu is Latke. In all, some
    forty actors from England and the United States
    participated. Many of the bit players are Hun-
    garians, plus thousands of extras recruited from
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    ihe villages Ed Lewis tells me many Jews par-
    ticipated in the crowd scenes, including rabbis
    and their disciples.
    The Yakov Bok from the pen of Bernard Mai-
    amud. now transposed onto the screen, is a strong-
    willed young Jew from the dim past who will not
    sacrifice what he believes to be right and rather
    suffers the consequences.
    "Tevye and His Seven Daughters.'' based on
    stories by Sholom Aleichem, is another motion
    picture dealing with the giietto Jews living within
    the Pale ol Settlement of Czarist Russia. While
    "The Fixer' has undertones of a tragedy of an-
    tiquity. "Tevye" is a tragicomic series of vignettes
    depicting the humor, heartbreak, pain and gran-
    deur of village life, with self-inflicted jibes and
    double edged slap-; at the oppressors to exact
    subtle vengeance and produce an inward conso-
    lation.
    Tevye. the irrepressile milkman, who is both
    an opt inns' and cynic, and a dreamer of endless
    dreams, first became the subject of a dramatiza-
    tion by Arnold Perl and subsequently the central
    character ol the Broadway musical, "Fiddler on
    the Roof The current filmization goes back to
    the origin.il series of short stories by the master
    raconteur ol the past, with a screenplay by Haim
    Hefer and Menahem Golan, the latter the pro-
    ducer of the Israeli lilm made in conjunction
    with Arthur Brauner's Central Cinema Corp. of
    Berlin. Shmuel Rodensky. who portrayed Tevye
    in the original "Fiddler'' production in Tel Aviv
    and now ?tars in the same role with a German
    company in Hamburg, plays once more the cen-
    tral character in the non musical version for
    which a new background score was written by
    Dov Seltzer. From Israel is Judith Soleh. who
    most recently was in Hollywood as one of the
    finalists in the "Star of Tomorrow" contest.
    There are Ninette Dinar, Tikva Mor, Avital Paz.
    Illy Gorlitzky. the German American Peter van
    Kyck and the German-Italian matinee idol Robert
    Hoffman
    '
    "The Dybbuk." another coproduction between
    German and Israel, with A Hiuni. Addy fohen
    and Univox, Munich signing responsible, goes
    further back in time and space to the ghettoes of
    the late 17th Centruy Eastern Europe, to the
    mysticism of the Kabbala when worship becami
    ecstatic and music and dancing were brought int.
    the synagogue by the Hassidic. liie-loving congi
    gation "The Dybbuk," in which the exorcism ol
    evil spirits becomes focal poinl of the ritual ha
    been used most recently for the American drama
    "The Tenth Man The current motion picture .
    modern interpretation of the fantastic legend
    tells us a Romeo-and-Julict variation within tlu
    My family and I wish everyone in our
    community a happy and prosperous
    Rosh Hashanah.
    May the New Year bring each of you the
    good health and contentment you so
    richly deserve.
    JAY DERMER
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    *Jewlsti fhrkMaan
    Paqe 15-^
    etting <>f the macabre created by the classic
    Uthor S. Anaky. The new screenplay was written
    L il;in Kldad and Shratfa Friedman, who both
    [gn responsible as directors. Peter Frye (himself
    film director), Moti Barkan, Tina Wodetsky and
    Ihi continental star Tuti Lemkow share billing
    mih the American actor David Opatashu.
    *
    Few contemporary American films deal with
    specifically Jewish themes though prominent Jew-
    ish personalities participate, such as Kirk Douglas
    a star of the lorthcominj> Paramount film, "The
    Brotherhood." directed in Italy by Martin Ritt;
    hwo multi-million dollar musical extravaganzas
    vith stage and recording star Barbra Streisand
    |w ho has not been seen on the screen as yet: pic-
    tures with Alan Arkin. Tony Curtis, Dustin Iloff-
    nan lof "The Graduate") and Paul Newman; and
    inns, directed by Martin Ritt, Jules Dassln, Ar-
    thur Miller. John Schlesinger, and Jerry Bick.
    No American films were made or are planned
    paling with the Six-Dav War of last year. But
    there are quite a few Israeli co-productions on
    th.it theme, such as "Every Bastard a King." in
    mark in u'h'ch fVlrtfH Kntler (recent Golden Glove
    conjunction with Nordisk of Copenhagen. Ilen-
    nominee) *hares hilling with Italian Pier Angeli;
    "tabor of I nvc." in conjunction with Studio Pars
    film of Teheran, Iran: -.Sinai Commando." Ra-
    phael N'i K-.imis fn.nroHiieHon with West Cer
    many: "A Boy and Camel." an Israeli-Jaoanese
    ......lueHon. "ith Haiytiza Film Ltd.. Tt>Vyo.
    participating: "Five Days in Sinai," a co venture
    with Itaicine of Rome. Italy, an artistic docu-
    mentary, "Survival 1967," presenting the events
    leading up to the Six Day War in June 1967 and
    'describing the effects of the war on the people
    of Israel, produced by Jules Dassin and Irwin
    Shaw for a French company headquartering in
    Paris.
    Assaf Dayan. whom I met most recently in
    Austria at the location site of the new John
    Huston epic, also stars in an earlier film made in
    Israel, "Me Walked Through the Fields." from
    the play by Moshe Shamir.
    And I here is a huge project being prepared
    by Walter Reade, the stop,' of Gen. Orde Win-
    gate, the almost forgotten hero of Israel's revo-
    lutionary war against the British, with a screen-
    play being written by Wolf Mankowitz. British
    producer Harry Saltzman. now completing the
    war epic. "The Battle of Britain." last year re-
    corded the Six-Day War on celluloid right when
    it was happening Mankowitz wrote the narration.
    It seems odd that among all the films com-
    pleted and being prepared about the Jewish
    people of yesterday, today and tomorrow, during
    the last twelve months, only one is an American
    picture"The Fixer" -and this one has been shot
    abroad The Barbra Streisand musicals, "Funny
    Girl" and Hello Dolly both center around a
    Jewish heroine, but otherwise are far removed
    from our way of thinking and from our problems
    past and present.
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    "Jewish Floridian
    Miami. Florida. Friday, September 20, 1968
    Our Sense Of Responsibility And Morality
    By LEON KAPLAN
    President Crrater Miami Federation
    Recently, man has become more and
    more concerned with the frontiers of space.
    He has pondered the problems of missiles,
    rockets and satellites. The seemingly remote
    prospect of space travel gives every indica-
    tion of becoming a reality in the not too dis-
    tant future- It borders en the ludicrous, how-
    ever, that man's eyes are fixed so exclusive-
    ly on the heavens that ho is blind to the
    prejudice and persecution thai is part of his
    daily life.
    It is incredible that today a person may
    still be denied a job, residence in an area.
    or membership in a club, because his pkin
    is not the "right color ... his friends are not
    the "right" people ... or b?cause he goes to
    the "wrong" house of worship.
    Faced with the severest test this nation
    has ever known, the test of survival itseH,
    the Jewish community murt take a positive
    stand, not only to work for the status and
    dignity of Jews the world over, but for a
    good, a humane and a just society for all
    Americans.
    Although our civil liberties also serve
    private purpose*abov a'l thy are con-
    sidered essential to our republican form of
    government. Syh a government requ'r^s
    that the content of the qoverned be given
    freely, thoughtfully and intelligently.
    The philosopher John Stuart Mill told:
    "If all mankind minus one were of one
    opinion and only one person were of the
    contrary opinion, mankind would be no more
    justified in silencing that one person than
    he, if he had the power, would be justified
    in silencing mankind."
    The basic issue confronting us today is
    whether these fundamentals still hold true,
    whether we really believe in the idea of a
    republic and whether today the American
    p cpie would rat fy the Constitution and
    adopt the Bill of Rights.
    The Jewish community believes that the
    individual is the rarest, most precious capital
    resource of our society.
    The Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
    the hub of Jewish acliv-ty hare has devel-
    cr*d a Committee on Urban Affairs which
    will concern itself with all matters in the core
    city.
    Our cemmuni'y is probably the fastest
    arowing Jewish community in the United
    States. It anpears that within several years
    Miami will have the fifth largest Jewish pop-
    ulation in the country.
    However, we will still remain an atypical
    community because of the large numbers of
    elder citizens migrating here for retirement.
    If tho Federation is to continue to suc-
    ceed, it is necessary for us to concern our-
    selves a; well, and more in*ensi"^ly. with
    the younger neople in our midst. This group
    r-ecents itself as the f'rst influenced all its
    life by television and mot;on picture con-
    rents. It Is the 'irs of a new breed of Amer-
    |-em 0 hTVe reck 'n' rolled through that
    transitional stage -ailed the modern teenage.
    In the space of a few hours it watched
    the news as it was made, sobbed at a day-
    LEON KAPLAN
    time serial, snickered at a cartoon, cheered
    at a spori.ng event, pondered over a panel
    discussion, laughed at a comedy skit, sweat-
    ed cut a melodrama, worried at the weather
    report and, when inclined, topped it off with
    a late movie.
    It grew up with Uncle Miltie. then it dis-
    covered Elvis Presley. Now. as it makes its
    place in adu't society, it is bringing with it
    port of its own culture.
    The Greater Miami Jewish Federation
    nvst. within this framework, endeavor to
    help our oung rommunity understand a-.d
    proudly acceot their Jewish heritage and
    their relationship to the Jev/ish community.
    American Jewry will also have the con-
    '-v'vn responsib'litv of keeping the'r orig-
    inal premise to Israel'be promise made in
    1949thai if Israel would take the people
    who scuoht refuae from ether countries, we
    Continued on 19-C
    Economic Strength Assurance Of Peace
    By JAMES M. ALBERT
    i Miami Israel Bi ... 0 i A few weeks ago Gen. Yitzhak Rabin,
    architect of Israel's victory in the Six-Day
    War, spoke to an audience of Greater Miami
    Israel Bond leaders. He told them that the
    best hope for peace between Israel and her
    hostile neighbors rested upon the continued
    strengthening of Israel's economy.
    "The groundwork for our victory in June.
    1967 was laid by youthe Jews of Miami
    and the rest of the worldwho had helped
    to build Israel's economy through the Israel
    Bond drive." he said.
    The General, who is now serving a3
    Israel's Ambassador to the United States.
    placed heavy emphasis on Israel's economic
    problems and her dependence iwon world
    Jewry in helping to pave the road to lasting
    peace by helping to build an economically
    strong Israel.
    But the road toward peace is an elusive
    one. And the price of peace has proved
    higher than the prce of war. The Six Days
    of June were a heavy drain on the financial
    resources of Israel. Yet, in the months that
    have followed, Israel has had to bear an
    even greater burden of defense expenditures.
    The government of Israel recently adopt-
    ed a supplementary Defense Budget of
    SMO.000,000 for 1968, over and above the
    enormous sum it had previously allocated
    for this purpose. Three-fifths of this amount
    will have to come from the people of Israel
    in the form of another voluntary defense
    loan. The remainderor $57,000,000is be-
    ing taken from Israel's Development Budget,
    and represents a 20 percent cut in the coun-
    try's Development Budget.
    The government's action, dictated by the
    continuing crisis on its borders, will reguire
    the people of Israel to make new sacrifices
    and further tighten their belts, unless we
    provide additional sums of investment capi-
    tal to make up what is need for Israel's
    Drogram of economic develooment. If we
    fail in this task, then the progress of Israel's
    economy will b disruptedat a time when
    economic strennth represents a decisive fac-
    tor in the search for peace.
    We must realize that Israel's days of
    emergency and sacrifice are not o"T. 0"e
    of the areatest dangers is that we wi"' undor-
    ?stimato her oer>l and ne^d. Tf we do, then
    we will jeooard'^a Israel's achievements
    and its economic future.
    In the present circumstances of stress and
    ?'*ain, Israel cannot maintain its develop-
    ment nroaram without much areater support
    f-em th Israel Bond ramna:om than was
    -""?emolated at the benzining of the year.
    11 that time, the Israel Rond Organization
    ^'oHr'od itself to covide v> ""iiT oVno of
    x Development Budaet of S289.000.000. Obvi-
    ?u"l", we are going to have to do much
    -nore to fill the gap which the increase in
    he Defense Budget has created.
    Through our increased purchases of Is-
    rael Bonds, we can save Israel's develop-
    ment program from the conseguences of
    insufficient investment funds.
    Israel has been confronted with many
    serious problems in the past. As Jews who
    have supported the upbuilding of Israel, we
    have helped it to overcome those problems.
    This was especially true last June, when
    Ierael won its miraculous victory for free-
    dom. And yet it is important to remember
    that the great victory of last June was not
    won by arms alone.
    As Prime Minister Levi Eshkol has sa'd
    on various occasions and as Gen. Rabin
    said here in Miami, the outcome of that
    period of peril and decision was fashioned
    by the heroism and sacrifice of Israel's
    valorous fighting menplus the economic
    strenath that had been built uo with the
    year-in and year-out part'e'wion of 'he
    Jews throuahout the free wor'd. Th;s c'"s
    factor which helped Israel win the war is
    iust a:; important now in helping it win the
    peace.
    Defense and development go ha"d in
    hand. They have gone hand in hand from
    the very first day of Israel's bir'h as an in-
    dependent nation. And they must continue
    to do so until the day that total and lasting
    peace arrives. That is why the work of the
    Israel Bond Organization represents an in-
    dispensable and decisive factor in determin-
    ing Israel's future.
    Certainly no one looks for praise or
    thanks for their support of the building of
    Israel. However, Miamians can be proud of
    the role they played in Israel's achievements
    in nation-building, human redemption and
    economic growth.
    For the past seven years Miami has
    ranked as the leading city in the world on
    a per capita basis in Israel Bond purchases.
    Continued on 20-C



    Page 18-C
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    Friday, September 20,
    5729
    1968
    The B'nai B'rith Council of South Florida
    Lodges membership committee met recently
    to launch the 1968-1969 drive for new mem-
    bers in the South Florida area. A goal of
    2500 new members was approved. At the
    meeting were lodqe membership chairmen
    and presidents from the 30 Lodges in the
    Council, including (front row. from left): Al-
    fred Golden, lack Glick, Jerome Newcorn,
    Council President Samuel Pascoe and Her-
    man Nudelman. In the rear are Joseph
    Bernstein, left, and Jack Rosenberq.
    B ART ON S. GOLDBERG
    Officers Named
    By Sunny Isles
    Jefferson Bank
    Norman M. Giller. president of
    Jefferson National Bank at Sunny
    I of Thomas E. Mottola. Barton S.
    Goldberg and .lack Brunton as
    senior vice presidents and D Jerry
    Sail as a vice president of the
    bank Mr. Giller also announced
    that Ronald L. Mayer, cashier of
    the Sunny Isles bank, h.is been
    named to the position of vice pres-
    ident and cashier
    Mottola. Goldberg and Brunton
    also serve as officers of the 'offer-
    son National Bank of Miami Beach.
    Mottola is president. Goldberg is
    executive vice president and Brun-
    ton is senior vice president.
    Happy New Year
    As you face the new year with vision
    and courage, pleose accept the sincere
    wishes of your many good friends here
    who stand ready ... al-
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    to make your future
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    *Jm#sfk ncridiatn
    Paqe 19-C
    Our Sense Of Responsibility And Morality
    Continued From 17-C
    would assume the 'responsibility of cariny
    i'ci me .iocial welfare and health needs oi
    the new immigrants.
    The Greater Miami Jewish Federa'ion ex-
    tends a Bpacial thanks to Norton S. Pallot,
    who led the Combined Jewish Appeal cam-
    paign lasi year which produced almost S3
    million. Including the gifts for the Israel
    Emergency Fund.
    Tbl made it possible for th Federation
    to "ndow it3 Iccnl agencies which provide
    mot cf the serial welfare work in the com-
    munity. Tbes- agencies are dpondent upon
    Federation funds, end will need more funds
    in the coming year if we are to meet the
    increasing rost of service and the increasing
    number o! people in need of such com-
    munity service.
    The "Six-Day War" did not solve Israel's
    arcblem? but further extended its resources.
    Tr>da* she must divide her re-ources be-
    lw-pn defense needs and the day by day
    needs of a qrowing, industrialized nation.
    Israel's neds will continue and we mast
    b? w:,"r.g and aHs to meet them.
    Today, the tt the American Jew rests with each of us.
    Today, what others understand about Israel
    and its relationship with the American Jew
    depends, in large part, on what each Amer-
    ican Jew understands about his heritage and
    about himself. About the never-ending urge
    toward abundance for all ... toward broader
    opportunity for each individual to develop
    his capabilities to the fullest ... toward a
    c ulture enriched by ceaseless self-criticism
    ... towa-d higher and higher social goals,
    ever strange thresholds.
    About America, about Israel, ever young,
    ever bold, ever curio'is, ever eager for bet-
    terments and change.
    As Mill said. "Society can be no greater
    than the individuals composina it. With
    small men no great thinas can be accom-
    plished."
    In (he year ahead the Greater Miami
    Jewish Federation will launch an intensive
    <*ffcrt to bring the meaning and purnose of
    Federation to every seqment of the Greater
    Miami community.
    Todo". err who1? free dvnamic socity's
    nirore dc^nd" uoon r conti"ud a'owm of
    our > cf rartrtn3lhiMty and morn'i'y, bcth
    In th Ct'Tt'r-T Mi-tmi fewith community, the
    >d P'otps ond to Israel.
    P esictont |ehn F Kennedy said: "What
    we need is a constant flow of new ideasa
    government and a nation and a press and a
    public opinion which respect the people who
    have them. Our country has surmounted
    great crises in the past, not because of our
    rhetoric, i.ot because we had longer cars
    and whiter iceboxes and bigger television
    screens than anyone else, but because our
    ideas were most penetrating and more com-
    pelling ond wiser and more enduring. And
    pethaps more important, we encourage all
    ideasthe unorthodox as well aj the con-
    ventional, the radical as well as the tradi-
    tional."
    The Hicih Holy Davs are traditionally a
    time of irtrcspection and retrospection, not
    only for ih-e individual but for the organiza-
    tion as well. The rapid changes taking place
    In the world, the search for new ways to
    satisfy growina needs in the areas of health.
    education, social welfare, and the emotional
    freedom of man. necessitate Greater Miami
    Jewish Federation's reevaluation of its role
    in this -.'rea.
    As President of the Federation, on beha'f
    cf my fellow officers, the execu'ive commit-
    tee, the board of governors, the Federation
    staff. I wish for all of us and to all of you a
    Healthy and Peaceful year ahead.
    JflU*
    Mrs. Shopiro Is New President Of Delta Phi Epsilon
    Mrs Joseph c. Shopiro. 1520 State Amons the posts she has izing Omega Chapter at the Univer-
    West Ave., Miami Beach, is the held are editor of the national sity of Miami and has served on
    new International President of magazine, Southern Province Hi the board of the Miami Women's
    Delta Phi Epsilon sorority She rector and Founding president of Panhellenic Association. She is a
    was named to her new post at the 'he Greater Miami Alumna.' Asso member of the National Associa
    sorority's biennial convention held nation. ,. Q, Women-s ,,,.,. and Coun.
    recently at Kind's Inn. Freeport. ,. ... ,
    Grand Bahama Island. Mrs. Shopiro was active in organ- selors.
    Alumnae members from the
    Greater Miami area attending the
    live-day meeting included Mrs
    Melvyne Sommers. Mrs. Roberta
    Kaiser. Mrs. Daniel Rlson. Mrs.
    Ernest Harris. Mrs, Stanley Lester
    and Mrs. George Rubin.
    Pepper Is Speaker At Winn Dinner
    U.S. Congressman Claude Pep-
    per will be the gUCSt speaker ,il a
    dinner honoring Sherman S. Winn.
    mayor of the city of North Miami,
    .it 8 p.m. Sunday, Ocl 20, in the
    leau\ ille Hotel
    MM. lOStfH SHOPIKO
    Beach ORT Plans Meet
    lrma Kauffman. regional vice
    president in charge Of membership
    Of Women's American ORT. will
    speak at the first meeting of the
    season of the Miami Beach Busi-
    ness and Professional Women's
    Chapter at 8:15 p.m. Thursday.
    Sept. 26, in Chase Federal Bank's
    Hospitality Room. 425 Arthur God-
    frey Rd., Miami Beach.
    Mrs. Shopiro has been an active
    member of Delta Phi Fpsilon since The affair, sponsored by Beth
    her undergraduate days at Florida Moshe Congregation, will acknowl-
    mm
    edge Mayor Winn's contributions
    to the community's civic, humani-
    tarian and religious affairs,
    Sammy Spear and his orchestra
    will provide the music for dancing
    and TV personality I.any King
    will be master of ceremonies
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    Friday. September 20, 1S68
    Economic Strength Is Israel's Greatest Assurance Of Peace
    Continued From 17-C
    This, surely, is a gratifying reflection of our
    community's strong bond with Israel and the
    devotion and dedication of the men and
    women at the helm of our community's
    leadership particularly the Rabbis and lay
    leaders of the Synagogues and Temples
    whose dinners en behalf of Israel Bonds
    have provided the backbone of the bond
    campaign year aftsr year. Nationally, since
    the bond program began in 1951. more than
    SI.2 billion worth of bonds have been pur-
    chased. In 1967 alone Miamians purchased
    S5.500.000 worth of bonds, plus an additional
    Sl.250.000 worth of Capital for Israel. Thes
    investments have been instrumental in ad-
    vancing every important phase of Israel's
    economy.
    Our Israel Bonds helped build the Na-
    tional Water Project in the Negev. the oil
    pipeline from Filat. the new harbor at Ashdod
    and every other important agricultural and
    industrial project in Israel since 1951.
    Israel Bonds have enabled Israel's em-
    ployment force to increase from about 300.000
    in 1948 to 950,000 in 1967. Our Israel Bonds
    have enabled Israel to construct 630.000
    housing units and almost 600 new settle-
    ments throughout the country. Our Israel
    Bonds have made it possible for Israel to
    increase its exports from S28.000.000 in 1948
    to S940.000.000 in 1967.
    From a nation of approximately 850.000
    in 1948. Israel has emerged as the leading
    democracy in ths Middle East with a popu-
    lation oi 2.8OO.C0C in 1363. These cmm8-
    hali of them immigrants torn more than 70
    countrieshave created a society that has
    made tremendous strides in the arts and
    s=i'n-es. social welfare, business, commerce
    and industry. Thsy have established a coun-
    try whose economy is growing and must
    continue to grow in these days of decision.
    One oi the most importan' fa tors in this has
    been our support of the Israel Bond dr.ve.
    From the first years rf sta'ehood. eco-
    nomic strength has played a centra! role in
    preFarino Israel o withstand ever-, threat to
    its existen-e. For that recnor. Israel must
    hove the rcour-es necessary to go forward
    with new development prcjscts. in spita ot
    the primacy of defense.
    The shape of Israel's e-onom'c furore
    can be seen in two gigait deve'opment
    enterprises which Israel ini inted this year:
    First, there is the chemical comle* at
    Arad. which is destined to become the larg-
    est smgle enterorise in the covntry. By next
    winter, close to 800 persons will b' employed
    in the constru't'r-n of the ch-m;ral plant tVrt
    will cost a^cut S4O.0C0.000. Th- wiiwit of the
    Arad comclex w= consist of 165.000 tons of
    phosphoric acid a veer*, a-d its exports are
    expected to earn S23.000.C00 annually.
    The other large-s-ale project which will
    require the government to provide very sub-
    stantial investment funds is the construction
    of a new 42-inch oil pipeline. The new pipe-
    line will eventually carry 50.000,000 tons of
    oil a 3ar from the port of Eilat to Ashkelon.
    and will play a major role in meeting Eu-
    roDe's greater needs for oil. In the first stage,
    ^pipeline wiU cost S70.000.000. A total of
    S120.0C0.000 will be required to bring this
    project to full capacity.
    But these important enterprises and
    scores cf other economic projects are in
    danger of b3ing neglected as a result of the
    intensified pressure for much greater defense
    scerdina. This makes Israel all the more
    denerdent en Israel Bonds to p^-eserve and
    rn.air.Xrri the economic gains she was able
    to achieve only after great sacrifice and the
    investment of large-scale resources.
    To five Israel's develooment program.
    we must wholeheartedly and concretely sup-
    p^rt th-5 Israel Bond campaign, which the
    government cf hrael has asked us to place
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    Through our investments in Israel Bonds,
    we can save the people of Israel from great-
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    I am confident that Miami will continue
    in its role of leadership in supporting the
    Israel Bond program so that Israel can
    achieve its tranguility. Just as we were
    proud oi the people of Israel in June of 1967.
    we shall be proud to stand at their side now
    to finish a job of making their home and
    their freedom more secure.
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    Friday. September 20. 1968
    . GAwooHt f^coplc and places .
    IT WAS THE MOST
    Down ;i!i title flanked bj preen hmlfm and
    white columns holding tall persimmon candles set
    nass ol yellow, white and jtold chrysanthe-
    ns .'.. i: in trom down near the Equator.
    Fncnnl flowers, the ushers
    I eceded the tovelj bridesmaids in their long
    - their bouqaets cascades
    i
    r'".t bride. Laura Barbara Ammerman, radiant
    white, her long train swinging free. a> e*>
    \ her father, Martin Ammerman. who
    -..i her veil and kissed her before letting her
    > ilk th< remajMhg steps to the breathtaking
    ehupah where Rabbi li-\ins l-ehrrr.an
    awaited them with fcioom Richard Essvn
    The groom's mother. Hazel Essen, was in a
    imeiing crashed velvet in a soft trreen that
    oked gorfaoOM with her red hair Rita Am-
    nerman, the bride's mother, was in jade green
    - Ik, lovely with her blonde hair. The forgotten
    t n Ben Ess>n and Martin Ammerman. simply
    h\ tuxed ts
    \tr the eocktail hour which followed, the
    - In* Grand Ballroom of the Fontainebleau
    Hotel were opened, revealing tables for eight with
    -. centerpieces of white and persimmon car-
    itions with toweled love birds. Orange velour
    as with paid lettering, matching cigaret urns
    v aateh banc were in striking contact to the
    aea ol waiters in cold jackets
    standing at steal inn their white gloved hands
    : MmL flomd ranks at a dg forming an
    . ahi throngs) which the bride and groom walked
    the head table where families waited for
    em
    The wh Ig was wonderful perfect in
    er> detail. A 15-piece orchestra played
    tad Richard and Laura danced to their
    . vorite. If You Were the Only Girl in the
    World." May they always be as surrounded by
    - thoughts of their families- and friends M
    e.v were then. The crowning touch was the
    precsaieE with which dessert was servedthe
    - Flambe were all ignited at the same
    stans
    Amor.g the 365 i jests were Mr. and Mrs Ai-
    Mifk, Mr and Mrs. Daniel Seal Heller.
    ad Mrs Inaag Cypen. Mr. and Mrs
    bar Rostchac. Mr and Mrs. Meyer Raskin.
    and Mrs. Mai Englaoder. Mr. and Mrs. Max
    its. Mrs- Max Dryer, Mr. and Mrs Adrian Thai
    r.d \lr> Jack Katzman. Mr and Mrs. David
    S-maker. Mr. and Mrs. Louis R. Seitlin. Sen. and
    - Robert Shevin. Mr and Mrs. Howard Kanen.
    and Mrs. A Richard PalJot and Hi. and Mrs.
    w Cobea.
    Then there was Mr. and Mrs. Moms Rabtno-
    j. Judge ard Mr? Harold Space Sylvia Haber-
    aa. Mr and Mrs Paul Faske. Adelita Quejado
    eoiember rter from the S64_080 Question pro-
    .-ajB*'. Mr and Mrs. Sun Goldman and their
    naily. the Arnold Simons, the Marvin Gold mans.
    aid Mrs. Joe Krefec. Mr and Mrs. Richard
    GeaasahV BBS) Mr. and Mrs- Morton Perry
    THO BRIDE CUTS THE CAKE
    Jacques and Sadie Salomon had a cocktail
    rj at the .Algiers for a v^ry important reason:
    e> >aated all their friends to meet their
    (hter Gail Barbara, and her husband-aince-
    agjaat, Milton Cooper, who were rnaxracd ia New
    x. rk, where Gail was caching school
    There was a warn friendly feeling at the
    and the BVBWk played- The small
    hies were abloom w:;h pink lowers, and the
    -ice wedding cake was eat while the guests
    | The Bnde Cuts the Cake Sadae saved two
    >ers to put i- her deep freeze. The Cooper-
    able to have wedding cake a^ain on their
    >: h :
    Included on the guest list r> Mr and Mrs-
    ' ewer Don, Dr. and Mrs. Alexander La bow. Mrs
    1 1 Slashers. Judge and Mrs. Charles Gertier.
    Dr, and Mrs. Jack Ealk. Mr and Mrs. Sam Berlin.
    I r. and Mrs. lsidor Flam. Dr. and Mrs. Nathan
    F.eiman. Mr. aad Mrs. David Feaiaa. the two
    K'etsher brothers. Joe and Irving, and their wives.
    Dr. and Mrs. Fred Goldberg. Dr aad Mrs. Max
    v ran. Mr and Mrs. Harry Kaplan. Mr. and Mrs
    liwaaacl Lorher. Mr. and Mrs. Bnlwaii Oppwa-
    hehwer. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sossin. Mrs. Mildrvc
    S won and Mr. and Mrs Sidney Wemstocfc
    THi JET SET
    Charges and Awdrev FinkeJste>A. their dauga
    Evelyn and her husbaad. Joel Htrschhorw.
    rxw nvaibers af "he M Set They flew to
    mi Francos* oa SatMrday aad were hack :r.
    v am. on Moodav. Saa Francisco is the half-won
    point for the t f parentsthe Finhrl
    aa from Miami and Mr aad Mrs. Yakao
    kashiwa of Honolulu. Hawaii Taking place was
    ...... of Ja> Nathan Fiakelstein aad Pa-
    Yusjw Ka Patty, who graduated from Gouoher College m
    amed Jay under a bower of exotic fit*-"
    Th*> omer. w>ore leis
    ( orchids and the flowers in the bnde s houqutt
    were most unusual She was attended by her
    sister. Susan, who is a Wellesley graduate now
    enrolled at Can-bridge Joel served as best man
    at the doable-ring ceremony .After honeymoon-
    in San Francisco, the couple will live in Ft
    Lot \ J while Jay continues his studies at Co-
    lumbia College of Physicians and Surgi
    GILDING THE LILY
    On a recent Sunday Aaron Farr had to go to
    1 mdon on business He got back Tuesday, just in
    unie to help My k sll her cocktail dresses
    new and old. tor their trip the next day to the
    \STA travel ient< on in San Juan.
    Puerto Rico, of which he is general chairman.
    From San Juan, the Farrs will go to Europe
    Madrid. Barcelona and London, for a restwhich
    it appears the> will certainly be needing!
    THEY'RE BACK!
    Who? The Delta Ph: Epsilon sorors. who were
    in Freeport tor the International Biennial Con-
    mention. Cecilia Mr> Josenhl Shopiro came back
    the International president
    From Miami were Mrs Rnhert Kaiser. Mrs.
    Daniel Elon. Mrs Ernest Harris. Mrs Georse
    Rubin 3nd Mrs Stanlev Lester. They all had a
    ball, made the Kings Inn sorority headquarter*
    Cecelia once said to her sorority sister who is
    really her sister. Melvyno Sommers 'Does any-
    one ever get lost- in this International Bazaar
    and never find their way out" But all of the
    D.PhiE s were apparently smart enough to find
    their way out.
    Melvyne and Cecelia were at the reception
    for her old Tallahassee schoolmates, former Gov
    LeBoy ar,d Mary Call Collii -
    NOW THEY ARE MARRIED
    It was a husv week for little Willa Kligerman
    . home from Bosto:- to marrj Michael
    ;e1 a student at MIT First of all. h< r sister
    Mrs Harold R:fas gave a gourmet lunct
    r home Among t e. V ss
    tar Mrs John Hayes Mrs Sadie v
    and Mr* Seemour Simon. The following day Mrs
    David R Rifas and her daughter Mrs Leonard
    R sendorf. gave a family luncheon at the Chez
    Yendome. Next was a "Think Pink bridal lunch
    eon grrea by Mrs Edward Sax and Mrs Alvin
    Trillir.- at Mrs Sax's home. Everything was nink
    oink champagne pink ro pink trees with ixnk doves, even pink cakes On
    the iuest lit were Mrs Gwen Hende! and her
    daughter. Robin Mrs Hy Kopelman. Mrs. Ted
    Kahn. and the bride's grandmother. Mrs. Abe
    Kline. ftora Chicago, among others.
    The last party w^s 'he rehearsal dinner given
    by the grooms parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jerome
    "'i .el. at the Four Ambassadors which included
    all of the out-of-town family. Its a wonder that
    after all of this food Willa could still get into
    her wedding dress. But she did. and looked
    gaajaaam,
    FROM Iflg TIL 19*1
    That's a long span oi yoanadds up to 30'
    When Berta and Sam .Aronstem celebrated hav-
    r_ speat those years together, their children.
    Rath and Mort AOea came to help them mark the
    occasion, honoring them with a lovely luncheon
    :n the Scheherazade Room of the -Algiers Hotel.
    This bride of 3D anniversaries looked lovely
    ia a stunning gold dress. By coincidence, most of
    t he women guests bad chosen yellow of owe shade
    or another. Adaka to Bertas joy was the fact
    that her three sisters. Mrs. Hasina Schoeman.
    Mrs Fay Wolfe and the >oungest Mrs. Molly
    Rappaport. who had flown in from New York to
    surprise her. were with her to help celebrate.
    Other guests included Mr and Mrs Irving
    Beiun. Mr and Mrs. Starjey Stnckler. Mr and
    Mrs Herman Heller. Mr and Mrs. Sam Heller.
    Mr and Mrs Josef Rosen. Mrs. Eugene Wham
    Ben Feld. Mrs Lee .Alexander. Mrs. Rosie
    Najai and Mr. aad Mrs Jerry Green*. When
    Bertha cm; the huge wedding cake it seemed, she
    said. a if the fifty years were owly rruoutes. May
    we add our congratulatioas to those already ex-
    tended'
    SOME ENCHANTED EVENING
    They had a tent, the weather was grand, the
    lanterns twinkled and flowers weia all about at
    the reception Mr. and Mrs. Jack Low held for
    daughter Roberta when she married Sandiord
    Levme. .After all these -.ears in the hotel business,
    bey decided oa a switch.ttniAim^ 4 recepuoa at
    home after the ceremony ax Temple Beth Sho-
    hMB. Roberta's brother. Artbar. and his bride of
    two months had just returned to New York from
    a booeysaaoa ia Europe, and couldn't get back
    te Miami ia tuae. Mr and Mrs. Leoaard Wolf
    drove in from Iakeland with their four children
    Susan attends the I'niversuy of Miaou.)
    The Low* coraer-.d Mr aad Mrs Harold Lev-
    Mrs. Helen Shevach xad Mr aad Mrs. Leo
    m Al! had just been on a nvarreJous European
    trip together Among the other guests were Mr.
    aad Mrs. Michael Bloom Mr. aad Mrs. Irving
    Fell. Mr aad Mrs. Meivin Richardson. Mr aad
    Mrs Nam Mams. Dr and Mrs James Osier. Mr
    aad Mr> Harry Bernard and Mr aad Mrs. lsidor
    Ghackmar. The something different about the
    honor at this part}* It was saved by the Lows
    trow, their own weddms parry just for this ev*m
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    Mr. and Mrs. Eduardo Black-
    man of Coral Cables returned
    from a trip to South America
    just in time to celebrate their
    25th wedding anniversary. The
    pair was feted in grand style at
    an anniversary dinner in the
    home of Mr. and Mrs. Max Deak-
    ter ai 44(io Granada Blvd.
    A collage, highlighting the an-
    niversary couple's life from their
    youth to the present, was created
    by Mr. and Mrs. Narn.an Rach'in
    and will be a treasured memento
    of the occasion for the Blaek-
    mans. Among the guests were the
    two Blackmail daughters, Sandy
    and Dianne, and Mr. Black.nans
    parents. Mr. and Mrs. Rueben
    Blackman, who led the guests in
    .i songfest of Jewish classes
    Others in attendance were: Mr.
    and Mrs. Harry Rosenfeld, Mr.
    and Mrs. Herbert Cohen, Mr. and
    Mrs. Joseph Fromkin, Mr. and
    Mrs. Max Schemer, Mr. and Mrs.
    Louis Fine, Mr. and Mrs. Richard
    Schwartz, Mrs. Betty Jacobson,
    Mrs Lee Brodsky, Mrs. Dan Wern-
    er, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kazer, Mrs.
    Edith London, Mel Reiter, Victor
    Reiter, the Deakter's daughter,
    Mrs. Natalie Boykin, and Bob
    Rosen.
    Mr. and Mrs. William Dickman,
    well known residents o| North
    Miami Beach, where they arc
    members of Beth Torah Congre-
    gation, were honored recently on
    their 75th birthday by the I.evin-
    son Society ol the Menoiah Heine '
    and Hospital for the Aged in
    Brooklyn.
    Mrs. Dickman is a member of!
    the Levinson family, one of the
    founders of the hospital-aid soci-
    ety that was named for her late .
    father.
    *
    Jay Ernst, the second child of ,
    Judy and Frank Kreotzer, was
    named at Brls ceremonies at their
    home. 8615 SW 48th St.. recently,
    with Cantor William Lipson offi- I
    dating and Rabbi Solomon Schiff
    Chanting naming prayers. Rabbi
    Simon April acted as Sandek and
    gave the invocation. The benedic-
    tion was given by Riibbi Morris
    Kipper. More than 125 guests
    were present lor the Bris and for
    the buftet-bruiich that followed.
    Born Aug 12. the baby has a
    four-year old sister whose name
    is Renee Charlotte. His grand
    parents are Mrs. Elsa Kreotzer
    and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Jacobs.
    Proud papa is a member of the
    Jaw firm. Wallace and Kreutzer.
    William Friedman, a patient at
    Shalom Nursing Home. Ninth St.
    and Drexel Ave.. Miami Beach, is
    well enough to receive visitors,
    according to Mrs. Janet Fried-
    man ol The President Madison.
    Mary Cupinsky celebrated her
    8t)t h birthday recentlj Gathered
    for the oceasii u re all her
    children, several grandchi
    and a four-year-old greal grand-
    son.
    The festivities began with a
    cocktail parly at the home ol
    her daughter and son in law, Mr.
    and Mrs Maurice Sager, 2()2ti SW
    14th Ter., from 3 until 5. Dinner
    at the Algiers Hotel followed and
    the group remained for dancing
    and the show. The "birthdaj girl"
    was tingled out by the entertain-
    er- who sang "Mary, Mary." in
    her honor.
    Other members of the family
    present wen two sons and their
    wives. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Co-
    pen. Chicago. III., and Mr. and
    Mrs. Morty Copen of New Haven.
    Conn.; a great grandson. Keith
    Meyerson, Baltimore, Mil. two
    daughters, Ann and Belle Cupin-
    sky; a brother. Henry Berman
    and his wife. Ann; two sister-.
    Rose Berman and Lynn Wohl and
    her husband. Nat, and four grand-
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    Sa^er and Barbara and Larry
    Rodger*. Others attending were
    Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sager, Mr.
    and Mrs. Henry Rosenaarten and
    Phil Meltzer.
    Diane and Alan Tepper of Phil-
    adelphia celebrated their firt
    wedding anniversary recentlj.
    They are the grandchildren ol
    Mr. and Mrs. Herman Medow,
    1521 Michigan Ave. Occupying a
    place mi hoi or in the home of the
    young couple is a framed copy
    1; words t>| advice written by Mr.
    Me'ow and given" them al the
    time hi their wedding,
    Hazel and Ben Essen recently
    held a cockta'.l party in the Rose
    Room (i, the Sea Coasl Sou h The
    occasion was to ^ive manj of
    their friends an opportunitj to
    meet Laura Ammerman. their son
    Richard's fiancee, Who lias since
    become hi-, wife, and her family
    met onlj a small percentage ol
    the Essens' friends, as they have
    made literally hundreds ol them
    during th" Ion- time they have
    lived here
    Haze! looked lovely, a- alv, avs,
    as she -reeled guests in a white
    silk organza air pleated dress.
    Her skill was triple tiered, and
    both the high neckline and long
    sleeves had the small, feminine
    ruffle treatment.
    Phyllis and Joe Kreveti joined
    the Lewis Grvbars as hosts at an
    engagement parly for their chil-
    dren Sunday afternoon. The party
    at the Kreletz" Coral GaMes
    home celebrated the engagement
    ot their son. Fred, to Nikki.
    * Among the many out-of-town
    guests ..' the we Ming of Beverly
    Altshuler Bruce Miller were
    the Alan Altshuler family of Or-
    lando. Alan .- : s brother:
    his wife, Sandra, nee Shier, is a
    native 1 hamian. T leir lour
    I 1 Donald, Michael, Barry and
    Kenneth ,n hand to
    see thi r .-. get mar-
    ried
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    Nati :. are "old
    hat" to Mrs. Evelyn Decky -
    had three ,, month
    to her credii when she opene 1
    the Secession ol the Supreme
    Auxiliaries of (he Patriarchs
    M tan at the Oddfellows and
    Rebekahs convention at the Car-
    illon Hotel she had ahead]
    taken par) a- a past president in
    the Jewish War Veterans conven-
    tion held at the Diplomat in Hoi
    lywood the week of Aug. 18. and
    served as a delegate from the
    .Miami Reach Chapter ol llada-
    sah to the Hadassah National eon
    vention in Chicago Sept 8 11.
    Rabbi Tibor H. Stern has re-
    turned from New York where he
    helped choose Ihe nine best Tal-
    mud students in the United States.
    As president 01 the National Tal-
    mud Contest oi the is, the rabbi
    Gourmet Cognac Cooking
    At Philharmonic Benefit
    James A. Beard, billed as "Amer-
    ica's No. 1 Gourmet," will dem
    onstrate and cook a complete meal
    at a Cognac Festival in the Grand
    Ballroom of the Doral Country
    Club beginning at 11:30 a.m Fri-
    day, Sept. 27.
    Sponsoring the affair which will
    benefit the Greater Miami Phil-
    harmonic Society are the Women's
    Philharmonic Guild and the Phy-
    sicians' wine Appreciation Society
    in cooperation with the F rich
    National Association of C<
    Producers
    was in chat e 1 ',. testii 3 pro-
    -1 sms and Dresided ov r the
    awarding ol prizes donated by
    the Jacob and Dora Cohen Char-
    itable Foundation. The N, I onal
    Talmud champion will iii ;> :ked
    at a contest in the spring and Ihe
    winner will compete with his I-
    raeli counti rparl
    The Nat Sedliks ol Miami have
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    son. Jay, and his wife, Bernice,
    are the parents ol a son horn
    Sept. 3 at Colorado Springs, where
    Jaj 1- ,, Captain at the Am- F01 ce
    Academj No 4 for Jaj and Bei
    nice, the new baby has been
    rained Gary Steven. The >lher
    children are Jeffrey, Scoft .m.i
    Sheri Beth.
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    Cemetery,
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    married In a 5:30
    . -' my Sunday, Sept. 1. at
    El Miami Beach.
    Rabbi [i i f Mr
    M rl Pertnoy, 1736 Lake-
    Beach, chose her
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    Epstein-Cantor
    ,1 Phyllis Cantor became
    the bride *>' William Ep-
    stein in a ceremonj
    .,. 8 ,,.,, satui S -pi 7, in the
    Beai h H n I. Rabbi \
    the nuptials
    which were follow* I by a rec :>
    tio i and dinner in the hotel's Med-
    iterranean R
    The bride, whosi parents are
    Mr and Mrs Saul I antor, 907 Je-
    ronimo Ave., Cora Gi
    MRS. RONALD WEIVSARDEN
    of the bride was the junior brides-
    maid and Lori Shapiro was flower
    girt.
    The son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo
    Weingarden, 1551 Miami Gardens
    Dr.. North Miami Beach, had his
    brother. Martin Schlissel. as best
    man. Sid Pertnoy. Steven Shapiro.
    End Keith Kovens were ushers:
    Ronnie Pertnoy was junior usher.
    The bride is a senior at the
    University of Miami, majoring in
    elementary education. The groom.'
    a senior in Business Administra-
    lion at the University of Miami, is
    presently employed by Jordan
    Marsh.
    A reception and dinner followed
    the ceremony at Temple Emanu-
    El. After a hjneymoon in Jamaica,
    the newly weds will live in South
    Miami.
    Weinsfein-Michaef
    n Andrea, daughter of Mr.
    and Mrs Isidor Michael. 12495
    Keystone Island Dr.. was married
    to Martin Alan Weinstein, son of
    Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weinstein of
    New York City, in a 6:30 p.m. cere-
    mony performed by Rabbi Max
    Lipschitz at the Eden Roc Hotel
    Sunday, Sept. 1.
    Mrs. Heather Sue Lazar was
    matron of honor: Barbara Wein-
    stein, Dale Michael and Jill Mi-
    chael were bridesmaids.
    The groom, who graduated from
    Werner K.
    MRS. MARTIN WEINSTEIN
    Vlo'phia College and Brooklyn
    Law School, chose Matthew Boxer
    js his best man. Ushers were How-
    ird Berman and Thomas Assail.
    The bride, a graduate of New-
    comb College, has a master's de-
    jree from the University of Miami
    and is a member of Pi Mu Epsilon,
    mathematics honor society.
    After a reception at the Eden
    Roc. the couple left for a honey-
    moon in Acapulco, Mexico. They
    will be at home in New York City.
    Silverman-Gozansky
    Sunnie Merle Gozansky and
    George Alan Silverman of Boston.
    Mass.. were united in marriage in
    a ceremony conducted by Rabbi
    Morris J. Skop at 7:30 p.m. Sun-
    day. Sept. 1, in the Algiers Hotel.
    A reception at the hotel followed.
    The bride, the daughter of Mrs.
    William Gozansky. 1584 SW 76th
    Ave.. and the late Mr. Gozansky
    of Chicago, wore a gown of white
    peau de soie and embroidered lace.
    ityled with a jewel neckline and
    'ong train. A short tulle veil fell
    from a pearl headpiece, and she
    carried a cascade bouquet of Calla
    lilies. Her sister. Mrs. Frank Garri-
    son ar.d Ronnie Scherer were her
    ittendants.
    The groom, whose parents are
    Mr. and Mrs. Sam Silverman of
    Boston, had his brother. Marc Sil-
    verman. a- his best man. Ushers
    were Norman Alper. Mark Altman.
    Leonard Ekian. Joel Cavis. Donald
    Goodman. Steven Weinstock, Jack
    Rubin and David Stiller.
    The bride, a graduate of Miami
    Senior High School, attended the
    University of South Florida for
    two years and was graduated from
    the University of Miami. She is
    teaching English at Glades Junior
    High School in Miami.
    A graduate of the Brookline,
    Mass.. Senior High School, the
    sroo.ii is attending the University
    Werner-Kahn
    MRS. GEORGE SUVIRMAN
    oi Miami, majoring in Market Re-
    search.
    After a wedding trip to Jamaica.
    the couple will be at home in
    Miami.
    Bott-Bridgman
    Margaret Rose, daughter of Mrs.
    Carmen M. Bridgman. 2905 SW
    17th St.. became the bride of Shel
    don Lee Bott. son of Mr. and Mrs
    Jack Bott. 3291 SW 4th St.. and
    Nassau. Bahamas, at Beth David
    Congregation Sunday. Sept. 1
    The bride wore a gown of silk
    peau de soie and Alencon lace.
    She carried a Bible under her bou-
    ; quet of white orchids and stepha-
    1 notis.
    She chose Ela Betancourt to
    serve as her maid of honor. Her
    | bridesmaids were Angela Poulos
    I and Aillen Hoffer.
    Victor Bott served as bet man
    i ind Dieter Bucrger and Kermit
    1 Bott were ushers.
    The bride is a eraduate of Notre
    j Dame Academy. The groom gradu-
    ated from Miami High School and
    ! earned a degree in Business Ad-
    I ministration from the University
    af Miami.
    After a wedding trip to Puerto
    Rico and the Virgin Islands, the
    couple will live at 3921 SW 4th St.
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    MRS. STANLEY EPSTEIN
    gown of white silk peau de soie.
    the bodice, long sleeves and hem of
    which were appliqued with Alen
    con lace, reembroidered with se-
    quins and pearls. The high neck- ,
    line was filled with lace niching
    which was repeated on the sleeves. .
    The A line skirt flowed into a wide j
    cathedral train: her long veil of |
    French illusion fell from an Alen-
    I con lace headpiece She carried a
    cascade bouquet of white ro^es and
    nehids.
    Serving as maid of honor for her
    ! sister was llerminea Cantor: ma-
    i tron of honor was her sister-in-law, ;
    Mrs. Howard Cantor. Mrs. Gerald
    Cantor. Ilr'ene Belkin, Judy To- ;
    , back and Harriet Kruger were :
    bridesmaids; the groom's sister. '
    Wendy Epstein, was junior brides-
    maid and Julie Cantor was flower
    girl
    The groom, the son of Mr and
    Mrs. Bernard Epsti n. 921 Placetas
    Ave., Coral Gables, was attended
    by his brother, Steven Epstein, as
    best man. I re Philip Ep-
    stein, Howard Cantor, Ronald Ep-
    stein, Jerrj Cantor and Jeffrey
    Epstein.
    A graduate of I'or.il Gables Sen
    ior High School, where she was a
    member of Phi Sigma Tan sorority,
    the bride attended the University
    of Tennessee in Knoxville.
    The groom graduated from Coral
    '. ibles Senior High School and the
    Universit} of Miami where he was
    an officer of the Management Club.
    He is now a stock broker
    After a wedd p to Puerto
    Rico SI in v i and Nassau,
    the couple will be at home in South
    Miami.
    MRS. AUAN CAPMEl
    Carmel-Jaffee
    Barbara Natalie, daug
    and Mrs. Samuel J. Jaffei
    Calais Dr.. Miami Beach, tx i
    the bride of Allan Burton i
    Sunday. Sept. 8. at the Dii
    Country Club. Hollywood
    Mayer Abramowitz official)
    the 6 p.m. ceremony.
    The bride wore a floor-length
    gown'of imported ivory silk satin
    Reembroidered Alencon laci
    orated the sabrina neckline, the
    short sleeves and the Aline sk:rt
    Her wateau train of French silk
    illusion was appliqued with match-
    ing lace. Tiers of French silk illu-
    sion fell from the bonnet -shaped
    cap of lace. She carried a cascade
    bouquet of white orchids covering
    a white Bible.
    The bride's sister. Mrs Sheldon
    Baer. was her matron of honor;
    the groom's sister, Linda Can el,
    was maid of honor.
    The groom, the son of Mr. .>r.d
    Mrs. William Carmel. 82t I
    St., Miami Beach, had hi- br
    Jerry Carmel. as best man i sh-
    ers were Richard Krakow. Deni -
    Solomon, Richard Seiderman Mar-
    vin Moss. Irving Klondar an
    Zwisler.
    The bride, who is a gradu:
    Miami Beach Senior High S
    and Temple University Scho ol
    Oral Hygiene, is a membel
    Denial Hygiene Association
    Mr. Carmel graduate '
    ami Reach Senior High Sch
    from the University of Mia:
    received his degree in PI
    ; from the University oi Floi I
    is president of the Rho p Phi
    Pharmaceutical Fratemitj '
    as \ ice president of the
    Beach Jaycees.
    After a honeymoon In ;
    the couple will live in Nort
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    WOVAN OF THE WEEK
    The small '.own of Mountatndale, N \ where she vas
    has became :i ghosl lowi bul Muriel (Mrs. Alex-
    i I Li bow is more active than ever.
    tew < hildren even
    then in Mountatndale, so Muriel
    played with her brothers. Her
    Strict mother, a firm believer in
    discipline and education, some-
    times fell she had three hoys in-
    of course, was a "tomboy." A close
    stead of two. but the third one.
    knit family, she spent many hours
    with adored brothers Ben and Mike
    at home Studying. She used to sit
    on the steps of the school building
    when she had to wait for Ben.
    MURIEL dreaming of the day when she
    would come back to teacha dream that came true after
    she received her degree from New York University, where
    she majored in history and education. She was not only a
    whiz in the classroom at school, but in athletics, too. Her
    brothers were no slouches, eitherBen graduated from
    Columbia and Mike from Dartmouth. It was rather fun
    teaching the kids she knew so well at Mountaindalethey
    were well aware that when "Teacher" said something she
    meant just that
    After taking dramatic courses at Columbia, Muriel be-
    came the coach (or the drama and public speaking groups,
    traveling about with her students, entering contests (they
    always took first place). At this time she was also president
    of the local Hadassah chapter. When they put on the annual
    dinner dance. Dr. Alexander Libow. who was practicing in
    nearby Liberty, bought a ticket, came to the dance, and
    was introduced to the pretty president. Muriel says SHE
    courted HIM for two years.
    After they were married. Al was called into the service.
    Fortunately, he wasn't sent overseas, and his bride was able
    tr> go with him wherever he was sent, and found an oppor-
    tunity to teach, wherever they went. When Al came out
    of the servic". they decided to settla in Florida for health
    reasons. Enthusiastic about her new home town. Muriel
    soon became an asset to h?r community of Miami Beach
    and Greater Miami with her sincerity and dedicated "know-
    li w She worked in Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
    Combined Jewish Appeal, she was active in National Coun-
    cil of Jewish Women, serving as president of the Miami
    Beach Division, and was treasurer of B'nai B'rith.
    Ten years passed before Mark, an adorable baby with
    ereat big blue eyes just like his mother's was horn, launch-
    ii .- Muriel on a new careerincluding PTA, of which she
    was program chairman at Nautilus and treasurer at North
    Beach and Miami Beach High, before being given her pres-
    ent job as corresponding secretary at Beach High. But be-
    sides her specific Jobs on the boards, she was concerned
    with everything pertaining to PTA and to her son. who is
    no longer a babybut her greatest love, next to her
    husbandat 17.
    Without neglecting ether of her loveshusband or son
    Muriel has been working in the Women's Auxiliary at
    Mount Sinai Hospital In the Patients Library for some
    years, then as financial secretary, she is now a vice presi-
    dent, dealing with the auxiliary's administrative services,
    training volunteers, arranging tours. Her eyes shine with
    pride as she says that Mount Sinai is one of the finest
    hospitals in the country, constantly expanding and grow
    ing with the newesl of ideas and equipment. Working at
    the hospital is both rewarding and exciting.
    Al is Regent for the American College of Chest Physi-
    cians .Muriel goes with him to every com >ntion, and says
    they get to know the most interesting people. The three of
    them like to travel together. Mark went with them last
    year to the International convention in Copenhagen Al has
    a "thing" about wanting to walk through 'owns md hamlets
    in foreign countries. So niter they have seen the Sights by
    ear. he walks his family's feet off. All three are avid read-
    ers and many evenings are spent quietly al home, each
    engrossed in his own book, but somehow surrounded and
    encompassed by (heir love lor each other.
    They like to go out. but they also like to entertain at
    home. Muriel's days are full, but she never loses nor calm
    look and manner, turning chaos into order without ever
    losing her composure and sweet smile. Her two loves, hus-
    band and son. are run a close second by her devotion to
    Women's Auxiliary of Mount Sinai Hospital.
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    'r. I B ih Sholom Sisterhood Member-
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    (rein ie: : Mrs. Meyer Kot'pr, Mrs. Nathan
    Bushman, Mrs. Lecn Krcnish, Mrs. E. Max
    Kess'-lr -n M'-s Marvin C*"-OWr. StanHi^i
    (from left) are Mrs. Solomon B. Goldman.
    Mrs. Harold Zinn, Mr3. Leon Unger, Mrs.
    David Kc -' -;], Mr3. Morton Weinberg, Mrs.
    Irwin Ter.lis, Mrs. Nathan Pickens. Mrs.
    Harvey Kram". Mrs. Eiiiol Pearl Mrs. Kes-
    selman, Sisterhood vice president, was the
    lunrhecn hostess
    Suburban League
    Luncheon Plans
    The Suburban League Women
    will hold its annual 'Spice of I ife"
    benefit luncheon for Variety Chil-
    dren's Hospital on Oct. 21 st at
    jKinS's Bay Yacht and Countrv
    Club.
    Mrs. Alvin Rosen, president, has
    appointed Mrs. Morris Levitt and
    Mrs. Arthur Pepper, cochairmen.
    to head up the fund-raising event.
    Proceeds of all the Suburban
    League's socials support the in-
    patient care of oncology patients.
    The luncheon will feature a mu-
    sical production and a fashion
    show, and is open to the public.
    Mrs. James Orovitz and Mrs.
    Barry Barson are reservations co-
    chairmen.
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    vleHistiFhridinn
    Fridav. September 2C 1968
    MR. and MRS. ELI BREGER
    and FAMILY
    EXTEND TO THE ENTIRE
    JEWISH COMMUNITY
    BEST WISHES FOR A HEALTHY AND
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    Parties Promote
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    A series of parties, pro,no'i
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    the Dade County Women's Co
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    SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
    Nitzavim
    Moses speaks to all Israel, men and women, from the d-
    man to the drawer of water.
    "Ye are Standing this day all of you before the Lord >ur
    God: your heads, your tribes, your ciders, and your office
    (Dent 2
    NITZAVIM Ye are standing this day all of you be)
    Lord your God thai thou shouldesl enter into the ( tveranl
    oi the l-ord thy God and Into lli- oath which the Lord th
    th with thee this day; thai lie may establish thee tl
    unt > Himseli for a people, an.l thai Me ma) be unto thee |,
    as He spoke unto thee, and a- He -wore unto tin rathe
    Abraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob. Neither with you onl> i
    make this covenant Bnd this oath: but with h;m thai st u th
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    belong unto the Lord our God: but the things thai arc re I
    belong unto us and to our children for ever, thai we maj
    the voids of this Law" tDeuteronom> 29:9-38).
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    I have sel before thee life and death, the blearing and the
    therefore choose life, thai thou mayesl live, thou and thy -
    (Devteronomj 3
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    Planning an advanced Southern Premiere of
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    Frida", September 20, 1968
    *.
    Best Wishes To All For A
    Happy and Healthy New Year
    NATIONAL BRANDS
    and
    STATE BEVERAGES
    HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO
    OUR FRIENDS AND CLIENTS
    WADDELL and REED
    INCORPORATED
    National Distributors of United
    Funds, Group of Mutual Funds.
    Prospectus on Request Call
    J. A. (Jim) Freedman, Div. Mgr. 444-5777
    479 Biltmore Way
    Coral Gables, Florida
    "HOLIDAY GREETINGS"
    YACHT INTERIORS
    G. WINSIOW DENISON IVEY HERSHEY
    "Complete Interior Layout Showroom"
    1601 S.W. 20th Street, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
    Miami Phone 945-8453
    HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS
    TO ALL OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND MEMBERS
    Y.M.C.A. of GREATER MIAMI
    40 N.E. 3rd Avenue
    BEST WISHES FROM
    Leander's Automotive Service
    11835 WestDixio Highway
    Phone 759-0263
    MAY YOUR HOLIDAY BE HAPPY
    David Bishop Jr. and Associates
    2440 CORAL WAY, MIAMI
    Phone 443-4259
    HAPPY HOLIDAY FROM
    Alexander's Stock Farm
    12220S.W. 43rd Street
    Phone 226-5802
    Happy New Year To All .
    FOXY LADY BOUTIQUE
    1732 79th Street Causeway, Miami Beach
    Phone 865-1016
    Mrs. Lilly Rovitch (left), a resident of Douq-
    las Gardens, desiqns and makes clothes
    for dolls in the Home's arts and crafts de-
    partment, while Max Mendelson, (center).
    another resident, makes doll furniture, and
    Louis Jacobs pours into the molds for the
    finished product. The department is aided
    by the National Council of Jewish Women.
    HOLIDAY
    GREETINGS
    TO OUR FRIENDS
    AND CLIENTS
    ANN TEAKS, Inc.
    GIFTS
    DECORATIVE
    Accessories
    7400 RED ROAD
    SOUTH MIAMI
    Telephone 665-3470
    Holiday Greetings
    To Our Friends and Patrons
    MR. BOB'S
    HOUSE
    INTERIOR DECORATOR
    17911 S.W. 93rd Avenue
    Phone 235-9211
    New Year Greetings To Our
    Jewish Friends and Customers
    THORPE'S
    ATLANTIC
    SERVICE STATION
    18545 So. DIXIE HWY.
    238-3643
    GREETINGS
    Brices Barber
    Shop
    18371 N.E. 19th Avenue
    North Miami Beach
    BRICE REINMAN
    "Proprietor"
    Shoe Shine Air Cond.
    Phone 949-2902
    Manicurist On Duty
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    To Our Friends & Customers
    ACTION LETTER
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    North Miami Beach
    Florida 33162
    Phone 947-9927
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    Jewish Friends and
    Customers
    JOHNSON'S
    ATLANTIC
    SERVICE STATION
    10697 S.W. 56th Street
    Dial 274-3123
    Holiday Greetings To T^e
    Jewish Community
    BETTY and SID RAYMOND
    Betty's Virginia
    Fried Chicken
    2736 S.W. 37th Avenue
    Coral Gables
    Phone 444-9197
    A Happy Holiday to the
    Jewish Community
    ROBERT L.
    McMANUS
    INSURANCE, INC.
    3340 Mary Street, Miami
    Phone 448-9039
    Holiday Greetings
    To Our Friends and Customers
    LARRY'S TEXACO
    Proprietor Larry Gaboury
    1 CRANDON BLVD.
    KEY BISCAYNE
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    To All
    FRENCHIE'S
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    2700 N.W. 27th Avenue
    Phone 634-2021
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    ROSE & ROSE. Inc.
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    1981 N.E. 163rd Street
    Phone 949-2181
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    Biscayne
    Animal Hospital
    DR. M.B. GARTH
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    1665 N.E. 123rd Street
    Phone 891-4323
    Happy New Year
    Greetings To All
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    Friday, September 20. 1968
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    [HONEY BON BONS
    | FOR THE HOLIDAYS
    Here's something that's very
    [easj to make and makes a big hit
    with sweet tooths of every agea
    Iplate of delicious little Honey Bon
    Hon.-. They're made with honey, of
    course, the traditional Rosh Hi-
    shanah sweet, and thev're really
    verj festive for serving your holi-
    daj guests.
    .' foilow the easy recipe orig-
    inally -u:ges!ed by Miriam Fields
    and be sure to_use Planters Peanut
    Oil for best resulti.
    2 egg*
    1 cup honey
    4 cups unsifted flour
    1/2 cup sugar
    1 '3 cup Planters Oil
    1 teaspoon cinnamon
    1/2 teaspoon baking soda
    Beat eggs until light, then grad-
    ually add sugar, beating well after
    each addition. Then blend in honey
    and Planters Oil. Now sift together
    flour, cinnamon, and baking soda
    and add to the mixture. Blend well
    and drop by teaspoonfuls onto oiled
    baking sheets. Bake at 400 degrees
    F. for eight minutes.
    This simple recipe will give you
    about six dozen delicious honey
    cookies.
    * *
    WHITE HORSE FOR
    THE NEW YEAR
    During the Rosh Hashanah holi-
    day* there are many occasions for
    a toast. On any occasion, but par-
    ticularly on a holiday, the best
    way to make a l'chayim is with
    White Horse, the superbly blended
    Scotch Whiskey.
    White Horse can now be served
    more glamorously than ever be-
    fore, because White Horse is offer-
    ing its own set of stunning "Good
    Guy"' Whiskey glasses. These glass-
    es can be purchased for $5 only by
    sending a check or money order to
    White Horse. P.O. Box 16-F. lit.
    Vernon. N.Y.
    So serve your family and friends
    while Horse this year in the new
    White Horse glasses. Nobody ever
    argues about the taste of Wh'te
    Horse, the finest, purest Scotch.
    Remember: the good guy is al-
    ways on the White Horse.
    * *
    YUBAN HELPS YOU SAY
    JOYOUS ROSH HASHANAH'
    During the holidays, the thought-
    ful hostess expresses extra regard
    for her guests when she serves
    Yuban Coffeee. the offering thit
    helps you say "it's a joyous occa-
    sion."
    That's because Yuban is the
    Simcha Coffee. Every sip is a
    happy experience, the taste of fine
    coffee beans, carefully aged, deep
    roasted, and blended artfully to
    give you a flavor that can't be
    matched. Your company is sure to
    appreciate seconds and thirds when
    you serve Yuban. so be sure to
    make enough for all the coffee
    lovers.
    Yuban is available in both regu-
    lar and instant. As you might ex-
    pect, it costs a little more than
    regular coffee: it tastes so good it
    has to!
    * *
    HOLIDAY HAPPINESS IS
    EASIER WITH MOTT'S
    When family and friends gather
    at holiday lime, that mean.- happi-
    ness but it also means big nv als
    and a constant call to be ready for
    unexpected guests. Here's where
    Moll's foods are so wonderful, with
    delicious variety and easy prepa-
    ration.
    With Moll's you need no longer
    spend hours in the kitchen because
    all Mott's products arc prepared
    for immediate use. You can begin
    your meal with a glass of Mott's
    Apple Juice, for instance, or Sun-
    sweet Apricot Nectar, if you pre-
    fer. For variety, you can substitute
    Sunsweet Prune Juice, Apricot
    Prim? Jaice. or Mott's A.M.. a de-
    h'end of five fruit juices in
    one c'rink.
    T.tr. include Mott's Apple Sauce,
    'ong a favorite in Jewish homes
    .'rom coast to coast. Serve with po-
    a;o or matzoh meal latkes. or as a
    ide dish. Your dinner guests will
    delight in its scrumptious flavor.
    A- a dessert treat, you mignt try
    Sunsweet Cooked Prunes, or Mott's
    Fruit Treats. They come in five
    ar.eties for your eating pleasure.
    Made of chunky apples with your
    iho ce 'i strawberries, raspberries.
    tpr :-. pineapple or cherries.
    Serve p.ain. or as an a la mode
    in U a: ic? cream for your
    ham: baked pies and cakesdeli-
    :: '- h r way!
    Remember, a'.l of these Mott's
    pr uc's carry :he Kosher "K."
    your guarantee that only the finest
    .i-.... r.- go into Mott's pioducts.
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    PHILADELPHIA BRAND
    CREAv, CH-=EiE FOR
    A VARIETY OF USES
    Durins the Rosh Hahanah holi-
    lays wh"n the Jewish housewife
    s called upon to prepare meals
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    nomical as well as enjoyable to
    bu> products '.hat have a variety
    , of uses. Philadelphia Brand Cream
    : Cheese is delicious on its own. and
    it al-o lends itself to a variety of
    serving ideas.
    Thece is no better way to start
    he holiday than with a hearty
    brtakfa-t of Philadelphia Cream
    Cheese and lox on a bagel. For
    lunch. Philadelphia Cream Cheese
    1 is delicious on a sandwich with
    jelly, olives, or tomato slices.
    F rdinnT ("ream Chcse eanbe
    used in a variety of hors d'oeuvres
    aud tor a special occasion, such as
    : Rosh Hashanah. you can make a
    I rich creamy cheese cake. The
    recipe for this can be found on the
    back of the Philadelphia Cream
    Cheese package along with other
    interesting suggestions for dishes.
    So for Ro-h Hashanah and all
    year round, be sure to have cream
    cheese on hand, and be sure the
    cream cheese you buy is Philadel-
    phia Brand Cream Cheese.
    Philadelphia Cream Cheese is
    ' certified milchig Kosher by Rabbi
    ! Charlop.
    *
    SWISS KNIGHT CHEESE
    FOR HOLIDAY NOSHING
    With the holidays coming up.
    hostesses are beginning to consider
    what they will serve for hors
    d'oeuvres as well as for their din-
    ner dishes. One of the traditional
    Rosh Hashanah foods that is en-
    joyed more and more each year is
    Swiss Knight Cheese.
    Swiss Knight, sold in small, foil-
    wrapped slices and wedgesl %Swit
    zerland's finest Gruyere Cheese. It
    is delicious for sandwiches, snacks
    and hors (Toouvhn. and comes in
    very handy when guests arrive.
    So don't forget to stock up on
    Swiss Knight, imported from Swit
    zerland bv Gerber.
    Happy New Year Greetings
    To Our Friends and Relatives
    JULIAN BURG
    SANDRA BURG
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    STAMP CO.
    Box 19 Uleta Branch, Miami,
    Florida 33164
    Phone 944-1121
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    gathered for you
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    $175
    WINDOW
    SCREENS
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    AA SCREEN Phone 887-5133
    275 W. 29th Stw Hialaah
    i O'h Bit.>:'.- i ver the Horse
    Every net k I. t several weeks a certain
    Rabin \el aside a small sum oj money
    /.ni i.rj> l/i, < OSlly purchase oj an BSIVg.
    By the eve Oj Sukkos he hail saved
    em ugh. and so he set out to make the
    ull-imporianl purchase. He hail nearly
    reached his destination when a sad sight
    . met his compassionate eyes. By the
    wayside lay a lifeless horse and by it
    sal the driver in great distress. "This
    is my only means Oj livelihood." wailed
    the poor fellow. "How shall I teed my
    hungry children now?" Immediately the
    Ruhhi handed over the "esrog money"
    us u contribution towards a new horse
    returned home empty-handed. "Most
    men." he goodhumorei'ly philosophized,
    "willpronounce the benediction overall
    esrog. It is jated that I should pro-
    nounce the benediction over a horse."
    Ql Cabbages and ings
    It is, of course, more usual on this
    picturesque harvest festival to pro-
    nounce the benediction over the fruits
    (and vegetables) of the land. So it is
    a particularly good time for cabbage
    to make an interesting appearance.
    In ancient Jodea. cabbage, far from
    being a common and garden vegetable,
    was highly regarded as a most un-
    common delicacy. And the dishes that
    follow are uncommon!) good. too.
    FESTIVE CABBAGE KUGEL
    '/ cup Planters Oil*4cups shredded cabbage
    4 egg yolks I cup water
    ." tsps. lemon juice
    3 cups tresh bread cubes
    'A cup unsifted Hour 1 tsp. sail
    "t cup golden raisins
    4 egg whites, stiffly beaten
    Heat Planters Oil in large skillet. Add
    cabbage and saute o\er low heal, srirriiiK
    frc-qm in!<. for .T(l minutes, or until lender.
    Meanwhile, beat ewe Milks. Stir in water
    and lemon juice. Add bread cubes, fl< ur
    and salt. Beat until tborowthrj blended.
    Stir in raisins and hoi cabbage, ,l' beaten ece whiles. I'our mixture into oiled
    I'A-quart casserole. Bake al 375'F. 1
    hour, or until set. Satisfies n.
    HEARTY HARVEST SOUP
    ', cup Planters Oil
    4 cups chopped cabbage
    1 cups chopped onions
    2 cans (1 pound 3 ounces each) tomatoes
    I cup water 2 tbsps. lemon |uice
    2 tbsps. flour 2 tbsps. sugar
    1 tbsp. salt 2 tsps. caraway seed
    '> tsp. pepper '/. tsp. garlic powder
    Heal Planters Oil in larRi- saucepan. Add
    cabbage and chopped onions. Saute about
    15 minutes, or until lender. Stir in toma-
    toes, water, lemon juice, flour, sugar, sail,
    carawas seed, pepper and garlic powder.
    Simmer over low heal about I hour. Kills
    6 to 8 soup bowls souperbly.
    e)n the Clouds
    According to Rabbi Akiva. our wan-
    dering ancestors lived not in booths
    but in clouds clouds of faith that
    stood between them and the dangers
    of the desert. But perhaps the succah.
    fragile and transient, is a symbol of
    t lit.- Iragility and transience of life itself.
    Or may Ix it is 40 remind us of the
    simple life ... of the fuel that man's
    needs are basically few However,
    if your family's needs are basically
    manifold and include an insatiable
    erasing for cake, that's one need you
    can easily satisfy with
    APPLE-SAUCY LOAF
    1 cup firmly packed light brown sugar
    i cup Planters Oil
    1 tsp. cinnamon 'A tsp. cloves
    '4 tsp nutmeg 1 cup applesauce
    2 cups unsifted flour
    1 tsp. baking soda !. tsp. salt
    H cup coarsely chopped Planters Pecans
    Combine brown sugar. Planters Oil and
    Dices* Mis mini blended. Add applesauce*
    Stir in floor, baking soda and sail; beat
    acII. Stir in Planters Pecans. Pour into
    lightly filed BM x 4'/i x 2V:-imh loaf pan.
    Bake ai 3S0F, 1 hour and 10 minutes.
    or until done. Leave in pan 10 minutes.
    Remove from pan and let cool on wire rack.
    Makes one spicy applesauce loaf.
    MANNA ABOUT T0WN~~
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    EXCLUSIVELY FOR THE
    BRIGHT YOUNG HOMEMAKER
    JUUJ
    A VERY HAPPY
    AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
    TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
    JUDGE C. RICHARD LEAYENGOOD
    SUPREME COURT
    JUDGE THOMAS N. BALIKES
    JUVENILE COURT
    SENDS GREETINGS AND
    GOOD WISHES TO
    THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
    L'SHONA TOVA TIKESEVU
    TREMENDOUS COLOR
    HIALEAH, FLORIDA
    PHONES:
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    Friday. September 20 ".368
    Mrs. Adrian Thai is seen at Variety Children's Hospital,
    giving young Herberto Aiionso seme pointers in water-
    color technique. She is a member of th? hospi'.ai's Women's
    Committee, and works as a Vo'unteer in the play-room,
    teaching art. handicrafts and games to the convalescent
    youngsters. Mrs. Thai has exhibited her oil paintings widely
    in the Florida area and has won a number of prizes for
    her work.
    Deaths In
    FRYE Jane It.. 75, IMS Park Ave
    lirV.iside Intel in. in Ml N.l...
    FURTH, Jennie 80, Sin i'..iiin.- Ave.,
    tlurdon, liitermetil Ml. N. In-
    HALPERN. Irak, 7". IJUHMI XK Sixth
    Ave. Ktverslde tntermenl I :.u.--
    di
    Rhein. Harry, 7". 2212 SW Third
    A \ e, lordon
    STECKLER. Ida, 7-,. ; Ninth SI
    HIVi ralde
    WEISS. Patricia, SS Miami. River-
    ride
    GOLD. Sophie, B8, 9121 Rmerwin Avi
    Xeaa maii
    AUERBACH. IJessl. M 71,
    i ron \\i Klvi ratde.
    BUCH, l...in.-, -v. II Vein nn \\ a)
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    River .- i i.-nn. mi i jiki ddi
    FELDMA.N. ,|.. eph, M, I.Vtr. Michigan
    Avi iinel
    GRFPNBF.RG. Nathan N '--'.
    (Veal Avi Riverside. Interment Star
    III I .
    KANTROWICH. Mnurii-e, ill, i 7"
    N i-: l.lil Avi Hi rer. Internal nl
    I .a I., Kill.
    FISHER. Il.ii.....I, '''. Hully.....I
    H!i berg
    GAZAN, Dora, S2, 1112 Kn.-lnl Avi
    Riverside.
    HAl.PErtN. Ellas, \"
    Ki\ erside Intermi "' Ml. Si ho
    NORIAN. Morris, Collins
    Ave Uliixhi IK-
    PICKER, s.ii,ill. 11...... ,i i IM Hi' i -
    nidi l u mini mi Ni !><
    RICH. Vim.. K1, 16982 M7 !1*l Ave
    Rivi rside
    RUBIN. Mat, ', BUS S\\ 8Mh Ave
    II *. r i'l.
    EPSTEIN. Mntlie, -".. 151 SR 52nd
    S; RIvel dde lull i mi nl Ml Sinai
    MEYERS. Irving, SO, ::'.'! Euclid Avi
    I; v rslde. Intermi nl Mt, Sinai
    MEYER. Ji n in. .: M, 1040 lla) l)r
    Rivi rside. Intermenl Mt Si !'
    PRESSMAN. Joseph. IK', 2001 SE 172nd
    SI Ooi-don Inlermenl l,aki
    ASARNOW. Samuel S 78, '"" I. .aeolli
    Rd Blasberg.
    CEPikoff. Minnie. "t. l05ii a\ D
    Hfglnvn a i: i i
    ESKOWITZ, Harry, 87, 540 Went
    Ave Miami
    GINSBURG. I I'lili Tl
    11,- i;i. ei |di lain rmi i Star of
    Daa rt
    lipinsky. Philip, 7". I"!" Ninth
    SI Neva limn
    STEINGART. Ella, 7', P '->1-
    v anln Aa lordon
    RAYVID. Bdward, 7". Meridian
    \ \". aa man. Intermenl Ml Nelsi
    Greater Miami
    ETTINGER. Carl N Sr 7:t, TUT.
    ltui~. nnin villa. Mlnml Beach,
    Hiveralde'
    kashin. Mas, 72. a it-. Collini Ava.
    Hiv.-i-si.l.-
    LIGHT, Hariv. &7, l!'W BW aTth
    Ave. Rlveraide
    lytton. Samuel R, 87, 1850 West
    Aa Xeaa man.
    REICH, Abraham A. -7. -'4::i W
    Island Dr., Mlramar. Stltely. Mini-
    mar Inn rmenl l.ai.. m.i.-
    SILVERMAN. Ada, 71. 21..... N Ba>
    I;,I Kia i Idi Intel nu itl Ml Ni no
    SMITH. W ,11...in 88, 1.14 "1st Si .
    Rlnxberg
    FhiEi>JL. Iimeph, 72, 910 V\eal Ave
    Rivi i ill
    malech, Hyman Herman i i I
    Alton IM Rivernidi
    MARCUS. Hymnn, so, n Basl Ave
    Ri<
    POLiS, Abraham, 78 I Tool XK 13
    Rlver> lib In.......in
    Bide
    SIMON. Max, s:,, .41 74th 81 Kiver-
    di Intel in. ill Lakesldi
    DEY. I.'lin .1 SI70 S\V Eighth Si .
    (lordon.
    DIAMOND. Mr* l: '
    s\\ 16th Ter Rla
    FRENCH, i- rlln s lcn \E th
    !
    DEBENSART. Martin JaJ
    NK IT tth SI Heyei Intel
    '''
    GOLDMAN. Mm Hi ''* x-
    ,;, |< in Klversid.
    HERTZOFF. Mil ii I, '' I..... In>
    I n- Rla -. Ii I
    laavid
    KASDAN. All '''> '"
    Rla 11 ni'-
    SCHREIBER. Ida v."- -4< lax deed
    Hlverr Idi flenli
    SMOFSKY. I'.....I. Waal ,|,, deKerllied
    illirl.m Ave. i. a of 1 laid
    ALPERT. Ji epla, 70, 1747 Collins a vx ia
    \^.. Kla el Idi Inti raaai I '', d-
    n Mausoleum
    BROWNSTEIN. .1 i i. '
    |i i- Ave Rla I
    LEGAL NOTICE
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COUNT*
    IN AND FOR DADE COUN'
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 79778-C
    In RB: Estate of
    ANNA Tftl "l<
    Dei eased
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditor* ami,. All
    Having Claims ..i Demands
    Bllid Estate.
    Y..ii are hereby notified anil |
    in p resell I mi) claims anil i
    aa in, li j nu may ha < ago
    of ANNA Till ii 'K |
    Dado fount} Klorl Ii
    1 !! \ JUllRl S III I .;.....-. u
    file 111. i-;ilii. in duplU-ate
    pn \ ill ,1 iii Si i-Hoii 7.':: 18,
    -. in iheir offlees In thi
    i 'oui Ihi ii I i.i'li 'ountj
    aa iiIiim nix nil ndiu m oaths
    ; iii. flrai nublli-atli
    ..r i ii. -ii in.- u ill be barri d.
    Dated ii Miami, Florida,
    mi ihi a i mo*
    IRVINC TROt'K
    \- Administrator
    l 'inn Teilamellto \nn.
    i uldli-atioi
    III.. ..-1 ., ,
    ii \ i di-: i. rich i:i.
    VI i| i.j
    iitor "r.\
    Hi aa K nli Si .Mlnml.KIn

    NOTICE OF APP1.ICAT .
    FOR TAX DEED
    File No. 68-A-295
    Chipter 20722 Act* o(
    ii'i: IS HEHEIIY i
    Itl n hi ikk I \ Imldi
    Lien Hale I \'n
    ila.a Mn.a a 11

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    LEGAL NOTICE
    The maEmficent new "69 autoTobile? will he availahl*
    early this yea'. We can help you y. th financing even De-
    lore you visit the sho.sraom.
    Remember, we have full banking facilities 8 a.m. 5
    P.M. Monday thru Friday.
    GELB
    MONUMENTS INC.
    Open fvery Day Cloied Sobbofh
    140 SW 57th Ave. MO 1-8583
    Mion.i'j Only Strictly Jewish
    Monument Dealer
    i i.
    uf aiinn, < ,.
    1
    ,i.. .1 aa II i'. Isaued
    nil other rut
    ,' ii anil liens
    Th, ii i
    I
    n.'ii.....; Mrs a\
    I'd', i I
    ,i. in.,-
    I, rlli.il her.li aa II Im
    I .1.1. ;.l I I i OUI
    i a:
    i i, i, i ahiel Ihi
    . .
    11 i. ,1 Mils l.li .l.i i ,
    r It I R \TIIBT! a--
    Clerk of Cil u "-
    I lade t'ounl. I'loi
    i:-. p r tin I'S'i'i: a
    Denula Cli
    61 MTMBER FDIC ( M \ *
    arner Hank
    OF MUW BEACH m ^
    130 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH ^^
    /\ STEPHEN CABNER President JACK CAHNER Chtirman 0/ tht Board ^T^
    { A MESSAGE FROM <
    t THE WISH HOME FOR THE AGED i
    ^ The Thrift Shop is a vital financial supporting arm of the 4
    Jewish Home for the Aged of Greater Miami, which is a 4
    \ v beneficiary agency of the Jewish Federation and United < I
    , v Fund. Almost 85o (188 out of the Home's 222 residents) are<
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR DADE
    COUNTY. FLORIDA
    No. 68-12663 iDuV.ll)
    In re: Adoption ol
    ALLEN KIKK
    a Minor
    bj
    a INt'ENT T NlfHial.AS
    and PATRH HA NICHl H. as.
    r. nu.....1 -
    Ti 1 ALLEN K IKK, SH
    a'..u ALLEN KIRK, -'' hen
    lt notified 1li.1i .1 iidopHf.il pro-
    ceeditiK In the alM.v. styled eause H Irrii ourl S
    I ... been eommein ed, ill .1 ytiU
    i, i.ulri 'i i" "> rv. .1 p> "I your
    Misaa-er Pleading "he Petition NOTICE OF applicatijs
    tor a.I. ini......ii ii"- Petitioners' at- for tax deed
    loniey SHEVIN, HlMiDMAN .'a File No 68-A-302
    ll.il'izai.av Seyledd ItuildillB. Chanter 20722 Acts ot '-
    Miami Plorldii nnd fill Ihi nrlRlnal NtiTU'E is HKKEHV Ul\ I N
    an-a\.r ..i Plendhig In Ihe offlee ol HENJA.MIN ROSKIN holdi i
    Hi.- rink i.f the I'm im '"un i.n or.nl Hlnleah Tag Rali Certlfli ^'i-
    .. 'Ii. Ilili day of tleloher. 1988 .-.,| i|,.. -41I1 da) of .ai % al'
    If y.ii fall i" do w, Juilgmenl b> de .. has led aami mj '
    fiiiili iil be taken nicnlnal you for 1 made nimliontion for
    1I1. relief demanded in the IVlllinn .., i issu.il Ihei..... Said I
    This n.iii.-. shall be publlsheil nei i-mlmices the following
    G
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    g
    O
    , y recipients of public welfare. The 222 residents and their < I |
    <^ relatives provide only 45% of the Home's total income. \ \
    ' Without the financial support of the THRIFT SHOP, the Home
    ' f would be in desperate financial straits. The Thrift Shop must
    \ steeply rising costs. I therefore urge all friends of the Home 4 \
    . l to immediately contribute furniture, furnishings, appliances, 4/
    > clothing etc. to the Thrift Shop.
    All Contributions are tax deductible.
    ^ Please phone the Thrift Shop at 696-2101 Our truck will
    Qt gladly pick-up.
    o
    o
    o
    o
    ^ Free and Ample Parking
    7300 N.W. 27th Avenue
    AARON (Artie) KRAVITZ
    JHA V.P. and Chairman
    Thrift Shop Committee
    <*>
    0^f~^j_r~*\j-^Y i j-*\ i _i -~ \.
    0
    Lakeside
    MEMORIAL PARE
    AND
    (GARDEN MALSOLFUM
    THE SOUTH S
    MOST BEAUTiFUl
    JEWISH CEMETERY"
    twmtmmtmi Peraafaet (era f
    N.W. 25th ST. at 103rd AVI
    TU 5-1689
    WX I
    . in ii week for I ur ei in" avi
    ,, THE JEM ISII I'l tiKlDIAN
    I M INK a \i i i 'i:i iEHKI i nl Miami.
    i'i..ri,l.i iln- nil day nl Sepli mbi r,
    K 11 LKATH EILM a X, f|. il.
    nil i url I liidi ii
    II) \ A. HEW BTT
    I I.-i.nl V i '
    SH EVIN, 111 DMAN ..-
    Hi 11 'I'/ai a \
    -: i>. s.\ I...I.I Hulldlllll
    Miami, Florida S3IS2
    lly: a I.a in Hi iDMA N
    - n I : -7
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NflTICK i'.U'KN ill.H Ihe under-
    *-itrt..-I. dealrina in enRaile In busbies*
    under iln fi.iiii.ui> name -if ATI.AN-
    TIC riAKDENS in "-'' il.nn Drive,
    Miami Beach, Florida Intends in
    r.-iriM. r -:iiil num.- with Ihe Clerk
    I of ihe I'ii.-uii Court "f Hade County.
    l-'l.iriilii.
    S2S l Mi: AN A I-IS INI'
    lly: Morris h'elnstehi, Preaidenl
    s. II I.1SSKI.. Sl'll EH A; l.ltl iSS
    A li'.rneys for
    USa 0GRAN AI'TS INC.
    11} : Jl riy A flmat
    if I .

    |.i-..i<. t t \ n Ihe i '.illiii >
    ,i Florida, lo-wll
    I ol li Rio. k i. I'- Ii Ad
    Town ..f Hlnleah. Plal
    PnKe s, ii.mi IS, Ti
    s ii Kauici ii i: i
    .. Hull, ah, ("ount> '< I'M"- -
    ..f Ploridn
    This deed i'l be issued
    all other outstanding
    i '.-in.i \ iav. and li.
    The a--, --hi. 'I said
    tii ,i, ih, -.,,.1 rtlfli an
    ii..in. of Heirs at i-> of s-,
    I nli us said eertlfli nti shi
    li in. .1 a. .-..i.lini; In law Ihi i- ''
    Ifserlbefl herein "ill be --
    hiKhesI bidder al thi t'oui i
    i ill. first M'Hi'laa I" Ihi '
    i I.I..I..I-. !'>. wl.i.li ,- III. '
    .,r Detoher, <:
    I in,.I this lib day Si
    I'....
    R 1! I KVTIIKHMAV
    i-l.i-k ..f Circuit Cnui
    l lade i "ntinly F'lorld
    lly: IV r" 'Ml DHTRAN
    I .. iuiiv i "I. ill
    ' m 'ni-uii fourt Benll
    .. .
    II .-
    s,-.i
    ' IN THE COUNTY JUDGES C0JRT
    NOTICE UNDER IN AND FOR DADE COU\",
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW M.WWOA- "P"*TS
    NiiTH'iC IS HDRRBT UIVBN that No 80286-a
    Hi.- nnd. r.-iKii'id, desiring to eilKane '" RE: Kstnie of
    i in bualnemi under the NrTltinui name LOITb Hi t H,
    of AXI.KI:. 1.1 HOW AND IIKiK at I l"r,'i",.. TnrocniTO^
    fllOfl SW RTth Av.-mi.. Mti.mi. Kla. j w N,OT1l,CE TO C, R.E1D,1., .
    Intends to retfater utld nama aaiih To All f.Ye.lltoi-s and All Pel
    Hi. Clerk ..f the Circuit Court of Uw CJaliiw or Daipamta Ai
    bade County, Florida, Batata: .,,.,! ...
    DRR axi.KH. i.rii.iav ami V-u *rr hereby nrtined
    BBCK PROPB88IONAL e.l to present ...,y claims an-
    A8BOCIATION ; v-'hi.-h -V'u(,,n"i5 ,. V'V. ,,,'
    SPARHBR nnd HOSKIN P. A. stale nf 1.1.1'IS 1" II "
    Alton., ya for Apnli.-a in ,,f i,l,- i .|||iiy, H> .
    l...| N I!i-,ayn, l-.lv.l Miami .Iu.1k.sm 1'a-b ""'",> '.' I..,ll,l,.l
    nni ......- hi i same in dii|di>-:ii.- ><" ,,,
    _________________________V"-!l".'.L!- in Section TM.Hi, Florida SI
    their offlcea In lh Count? '
    in Had.- I-..UM1V. Florida
    calendar month* fmitl Hi'
    MIAMI TITLE & ABSTRACT
    104 Ni. 1st STREET PHONE 373-8432
    ABSTRACTS ESCROWS
    TITLE INSURANCE
    A
    A DIVISION OP
    mebiecvn,
    TITLE
    ^utieral^/iapel
    Member:
    National Funeral
    11 i .,1-iors Assn.
    Florida funara]
    Du ectors An.
    J.F.D.A.
    Jl2363
    739 hrtelf tin, st^t)
    WbCMM,
    K...IM
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEHEIIY fllVKN Hint
    iii. underalKned, deairlnK lo entraRe
    in business under Ihe fictitious name
    f aa.MJNKlt AND an:n. .aa ,,i JSJ
    Arthur Oodfrey Road, .Miami Heacb
    Intends in r. Ki-i. i -,.,.i name avlth
    ill.- Clerk uf Ihe Circuit Court -i Dnde
    County, Florida
    1 .its \a ai INF5R
    AND MEDAW I' a
    SPARHBR and III "SKIN P A
    At turtle) for Applicant
    i"" N Kiscnyne lllvd.
    .an.urn Klorida
    H/13 2*1-27 1" I
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEHEIIY UIVEN that
    ill. nn.I.-i~ii.-ii.il. desirlnR to engage
    Hi. lit-i nuiillcation In'"-
    mini a* ill be barred,
    Dated at .Miami. Floi
    day nl S.-i.i. ml... a |. I!"
    I* M .1. KDI'EI '
    /Hi Mll.Tl'N HI I "
    Av BxecUlors
    Fii-i iHibllcntlon of Ihls
    the i,id da) of Sent, nal.et
    KENNETH M MYERS
    an..in. \ for Exi utoi
    ' r." s \a- l-'ii-i Btrei '
    Miami. Kloi Ida
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE is HBRBin '
    id. undersigned, ilealrlng
    In business on.I. i ih. fictitious ii.,i'i. in business under Ihe fi'
    nf OSCAR'S RCNDHIES al 75J Hsi of KBVOE KOHNBH
    Street, .Miami Reach, Fla Intends lo Ryron AvenUe, .Miami I'-'-
    register said nami with the Clerk >.f Intend In reglater said ,|-'" ,. ,i-
    the Circuit Court of Dude Count) Clerk "f the Circuit "<"'
    Florida
    l&t "Si-ai: SCHWEITZER
    BI'HENE LBMLICH
    Attorney for
    Applicant
    :: \\. Klagl.r Slre.-t
    Miami. Klorida
    /1>M'tt 10/4
    County, Florida
    JACK 7. KE\wl-
    I.II.I.IA.N i: kBV'r-
    PRIBHMAN .1 FBIS
    Attorneys for Jack Ke*oi
    IN Lincoln Road.
    Miami Uea. li. Kla 0 .:


    iery, September 20, 1968
    LEGAL NOTICE
    +Jmlsti ncrktian
    Paqe 31-C
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    riCE 18 HEREBY civ EN that
    undersigned, deairing to engage,
    jaineM under the fictitious name
    FH1TE SHARK IXX at 5M0 \v.
    r Street Intend to register said
    with the Clerk i>f the Circuit
    ft of I>aile County, Florida
    W. J PORTEii
    |lLDRED M PORTER, his wife
    Sole OwMni
    i.hr. ma8sby &
    Ikbrman
    ey for Applicants.
    Itdtmore Way, Coral Gables
    8/SO 9/6-13-20
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    flTlCE 18 HEREBY OIVBN that
    undersigned, desiring to engage In
    i ss under the fictitious name
    .n<& W PAII.S al 113 NE. 167th
    I, N. Miami Reach. Kla. in -
    i" register said luime with the
    of the Circuit Court of Dade
    rii>, Florida.
    ALEX B. FIVDBRand
    KITH FINDER..
    his wife, sole owner*
    Podore R. nelson. Baa.
    rney for Applicants
    .incoln Road,
    Hi lw ... ti. Florida
    9/13-20-17 10/4
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    rlCK IS HEREBY CIVBN that
    iii'l, rsigi 'I, desiring to engage in
    Teas under the fictitious name of
    IWITZ ASSOCIATES at 2095 V E.
    Street. North Miami. Intends In
    Btrr Kiiid name with tile Clerk of
    Circuit Court of Pad*. Comity,
    rida.
    d.mii, i-.ori.n
    9/1.1-20-27 10/4
    NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
    I THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    OF FLORIDA IN ANOFOR
    3ADE COi NTY. IN CHANCERY
    No 68-13897
    SU'T FOR DIVORCE
    :i.l.A MATILDA CASANOVA
    Ullntlff,
    vs.
    fclKLLEKM" ASA.SiiV A.
    HI-EN HMO CA8AJMOVA
    77 n cue
    I'.. Honduras
    l.,u, KRJIO CASANOVA
    > hei -
    lint J > ha* been
    Dmiw
    BY HENRY LEONARD
    LEGAL NOTICE
    "Built 'em both myself but that's
    the Shul I don't go to."
    LEGAL NOTICE
    LEGAL NOTICE
    181
    . ; n|l
    to
    Intl
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No 79289-A
    In RE: Estate of
    k"\Ai,i, pA| ;, DHB8NBR
    Baaaaaad
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditor* and All Persona Hav-
    tag Claims nr Demands Against Bald
    Estate:
    You are h.rehy notified and requir-
    thai a lull "f Com- ed to present any rimm" and di nuuids I
    Hied wiii.ii y.,u nay have aaainal the es-
    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 IJIAN,
    Plain)
    v..u are
    \ 11 s V
    t Complaint on the
    v. W A LT B IIS.
    inns
    Ainsley
    'lorldti and file the
    r Pleading in the
    . rk "f ihe Cireun
    he IMth day of
    you fail to do so.
    . ill will be taken
    0 n lief demanded
    mnlainl
    llltl ,v VNZO,
    [III
    I
    .f
    it. r
    ,|
    I *; i

    I '
    be imhliHhed once
    :.. cul week*
    rm, '.lurid tan
    \.. ItPERBP at Miami.
    |id -i lay "i" Beptember,
    B RMAV Clerk
    it:- uri I *ouuty, Fli da
    AM "TAMUCit
    Deputy Clerk
    I'll |>UI
    lii.i ckblMAN, B8Q.
    | ." ..- .: It !. A Cl i.*Jf ANZO
    . i .. "1!
    hi, Phn
    I -. r 1
    :/u-ji-i'T |i 'A
    r.-iulred teltate of RONALD PAl'L DREH8NER
    - deceased late of Hade o anty, Florida,
    n. ihe County Judges of Lade County,
    and file the me in duplicate and aa
    provided in Section is la, Florida
    Statute* in tin ir offlca a In lh< I nunty
    Coqrthaawe in Dane founiy, I lorlda,
    within six calendar months rman the
    (fata of -he first IMii.|i.
    or the same will b
    Dated ai Miami
    day
    i-i.i
    Kit
    I burn 'i
    Florida, Hu-
    rt ''in ah itn
    ALV IN CHANIN and
    SYLVIA ASH DRESNER
    As Ailiic i i ,,:i |.
    W i publieaMon nl ftl
    h day i I Aus uj A. NORMAN I'Rl-.'KEIi and
    MH H \EI. .1 OETELM \\
    I -,. |bi \.. ., ,,
    -i. I tj in Boub ..' ii
    t/ta <'
    NC'CE ^NDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    II as ti it
    . r" Ul KjjUTe
    ... .. .. lh '
    - i;r< .v A\Wi
    VK78 Rte arm-
    I -. m ......
    H ma "irk
    .: Dadt
    kCN
    [: ai. l '
    b
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    m ice \H HKl;i:HY CIVBN that
    ihe urn. ralaned, ileairtng In
    in bi,-ioi-s under (hi flrtitiou*
    I r BBTWOOD VPARTMENTS al
    .-' .. Hiltmnre \\".>y. Coral '.i.III. -,
    Dade County, Florida intendi
    .mi- ith 'he clerk of
    Court / Dad
    SIDNEY II VSKOE
    7-' -7.:l Riltmori V .
    ral Oabli Pli rida
    M tRTIv fl SCHWARTZ
    Atfnrn* v for
    S1DWEV HABKOB, Owner
    . ... :i ,
    0 HOUJER IER.VCDD,
    Inf.. i
    TO: Q ii. iL- Jernudd
    Soul Main n.-k SI
    Pentwatei Mb hlaan r
    You ti M'n.i;i.;i< JKR.N1 I D are
    hereby notified lliut a Rill ol com-
    plaint for Temporary and Permanent
    Modlflei..... ,.i child Cuatndy Decree
    !,s beet -.1 .main.-' you and yu
    are required lo ki rve a enpy of your
    1 ding to ii,. Bill of
    ( omplalnl ..; the plaintiff** Attorney
    -ivci.am: i .hi,- A. iirrn.r iooo
    Alfred i iluPi ii Ihrlldlng Miami
    " d lhi ..., r <.r
    Plaadlna ih. nfl ,.i th. j. rh "f
    the Cirt-un ourl oi m b< rore the
    Silth .1..., Si i.-. nil er : if ynu
    1,1 I default
    "" '"" '' I for the re-
    lief demandod In the Uill ..i Com-
    plaint.
    ' : "hall I pub] -.. .1 ..nee
    earn week for four eonneculve weeks
    in THE JEWISH PLORilHAN
    ih.\k i.iu rmnmm ih Miami
    Kiorida, this Shth day of \ucUst
    H U l-EATIIKKMAN f*|erk
    Cu-i u,i Court, Dad. iTaunty. Kiorida
    H- c p CPELAM.
    I" put) I lerk
    '" I siNci.Arn :.. {-. ,.. mitt,.,';
    i......Alfn I duPonl Bui
    Minim. I'!
    r Plaintiff
    .,
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
    No. 80159-A
    In RE: Estate of
    PI/IRBNCE D. WERNER
    Deceased
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All Creditors and All Persons
    llavinc Olaimi or Demands Against
    Said Estate:
    You are hereby notified and requir-
    ed to present any claims ami demands
    which you may have against the
    estate of FLORENCE-D. WERNER
    deceased late of Dade County. Florida,
    to the County Judges of Dade County,
    and file the same in duplicate and as
    provided in Section T83.16, Florida
    Statutes, in their offices in the County
    Courthouse in Dade County. Florida.
    within six calendar months from the
    time of the first publication hereof,
    or the same will be barred.
    Dated at Miami, Florida, this ;;irtl
    day of Aumud. AD. 19K8.
    VIRC5INIA McCLTTRE
    As Admlnlatrarix
    First publication of this notice on
    the 30th day or August, 1968.
    MORTIMER 8 COHEN
    Attorney for AdminiNtrarix
    100 Ainsley BMg., Miami.
    Florida SatM
    8/30 9/S-ia-L'n
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 79738-C
    In RE: Estate of
    LOUIS J KREM
    Deceased
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To AH Creditors and All Persons Hav-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    Estate:
    You are hereby notified and required
    to present any claims and demands
    which you may have against the es-
    tate of LjOVn J. KREM deceased late
    of I >ade County. Florida, 10 the County
    Judges of Dade County, and file the
    saint' In duplicate and as provided In
    Section 733.18, Florida Statutes. In
    their offices in the County Cuttrthouse
    in Dade County. Florida, within six
    calendar months from the time of the
    first publication hereof, or the same
    Will be barred
    Dated at Miami. Florida, thl nth
    day ol August, A 11 1968
    s Rl'OHBTTE KRBM
    A Bx< i tnrix
    First publication o( thl* i n
    the :mih da) "f August, 1968
    SHBVIN, tii IDMAN &
    IIOI.T/.MAX
    Attorney for Executrix
    346.R0 Seyboid Building
    Miami, Florida
    NOTICE UNDER
    F:CTITIOL'S NAME LAW
    HOI ICE IS HERBMY OIV1 N
    I
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    'I. 1AM J COM WOR.N
    i
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    ut Dade
    f~ t OF APPLICATION FOR
    TAX DEED
    Chapter 0722
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    File No 68 A 266
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    BY: WILLIAM I i ;o| .1 i\v il< V
    i'--s|.lenl
    IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 77610-B
    ii. R8 rate of
    BOHE X -HEltlNE NOBLE
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    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    I All Persn :
    nr Demanda Agamat -. id
    nig i '. .:n
    Batata:
    Vim oe hereby notified and naqulr-1
    Od to nresent .my lame, and de- |
    iriaii.ts vliich you may have against
    the ..slate of ROSE CATIIICHINI:
    .Mim.K deceased late of Dade County,
    to the County Judges of Dade County*
    and rile the same in duplicate nnd*|
    as provided in Seciion 7U.16, Klmula,
    statute's, in their offtoafl in the County i
    Courthouse in Qgde I'miniv. Florida j
    within s,x calendar months from ibe|
    tlmi nt the first publication hereof,
    or the same will be barred
    Daled at Miami. Florida, Ibis ii.th
    da] '.ugu.-t. A 11 1968.
    A .IVY CRIKTOI.
    A \ilminltrntor
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    No. 80249-C
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    ALICE M TIERNBY
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    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All i rid \'' Pi H I
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    ''d ....... aims ai d di manrts
    which "ii against the ea-
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    \ ugui' \ n 1968,
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    430 Lincoln Road
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    IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
    FLORIDA IN PROBATE
    No. 79970-A
    In RE Estate of
    HBLENEn PBRLMAN
    Deceasi I
    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    T.i All ci. dltors at d All Per-
    | mg Claims or I 'em .
    Estate.
    You ale her.li>
    ed to present any claims and
    which you may ha
    late of HEi.HNi: D PERl.m \ \"
    deceased late of I ;!
    to the County Judgt -
    ami file the same In
    pi i vlded In St ,
    Statules. iii their :'
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    within six calendar montl
    time of the first pub
    or 'he same will bi barred
    Dated .u Miami, Florida ihi> :
    day of August, \ l>
    RcltERT PERL.M \N
    i:\' utor
    FlrM publlcatloi of
    the 3"th day of August,
    A VORMAN DRI'CKBR
    Attnrnev fbr Bxi u
    BiSl B] lie I'.. II!'
    Miami, Florida
    1868.

    IM The COl NTV JUDGES. COURT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDm. IN PROBATE
    No. 80241. A
    In RB Bat-ate of
    carl T BRll KS( N
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    NOTICE TO CREDITORS
    To All i h all lUld Ail Person- Hal-
    ing Claims or Demands Against Said
    K -.tat.-
    You are hareb) notified and required
    to i>re-. nl i lalme and demand*
    \\ inch \ -a ma i have aga Inel ti
    r CARLT BRICKSON di
    late ol i Fli i nl i. to the
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    IN THE CIRCUIT COIR- O- THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRC.
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA
    CIVIL ACTION NO
    NOTICE OF SL :T OR
    ORDER OF PLBL'C *T 0\
    LI DA RATTET,
    Plaintiff
    vs.
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    I led'.
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    Boston, v
    Yin-. HI'RLK li'lllMX R
    are hereby nl
    plain! for Divorce 1
    againt i ynu, and you
    . oil-, of your Answc i
    the Kill of Compl
    I' it nay, |>C\ S' and Jol lb
    H ne Buildlm
    Street, Miami Florida
    the i (final An-..... Pit
    office of the Clerk 11
    Court on or l.....n tin 11*1
    October, 1968 If ><>u i di -
    Judgmi oi by defaull ill bi
    ag.-iinsi you for Ihe rellel rtemi
    In liin ,,f i-ompl
    This notice -i in i" pul
    each week for four eonw utlvi
    in THE JEWISH I'M iRID
    DONE and ORDERED
    Florida, this 41 Ii .lav Of s-
    K I! LEATHBRM N
    ci.ik. Cln un "
    Dadi i "oui ty. :
    Bj N A HEWETT
    i .. nut> Clerk
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    LEGAL NOTICE
    NOTICE OF
    WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
    NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
    by virtue of Chapter ti7 of Florida
    statutes Annotated . housemen and \\ urenMisc Receipts,
    wherein ARE VAN IJNES a Florida
    corporation by virtue of its warehouse
    lien Ims in its possession the follow-
    ing described property:
    Csed Household Ooode as the property
    Of MR. LARRY .MANN, whose last
    known address was IV ii B. 167S,
    iolilen Hate Estates, Naples, Fla ami
    that on the 4th day of October. 1968
    during the legal hours of Bale, mainly
    between 11:00 forenoon and i':i>" in the
    afternoon at 2136 N.W. i-4th Avenue,
    Miami, Florida, the undersigned shall
    offer for sale to the highest bidder
    for cash In band the above described
    property of MR. IaARKY MANN.
    Dated at Miami. Florida ,thll 6th
    day of September, 1968.
    9/13-20 .
    IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
    ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
    IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
    FLORIDA
    Case No. 6H-13.W.
    DIANE MoCACSLAND, '
    Plaintiff
    vs
    EPOENB McCAUSLAND.
    Defendant {
    NOTICE OF SUIT FOR DIVORCE
    TO: BI'OENB McCAI'SLAND
    tend Street
    White House Station
    New Jersey
    YOr, KIH-ENE McCAISLAND. are
    hereby notified that a Complaint tor
    Divorce has been filed against you,
    and you are required to serve a copy
    of your Anpwer or Pleading to the
    Complaint for Divorce on the Plain-
    tiffs Attorney. RONALD L. DAVIS,
    Esq., 417 liiscayne Building 19
    W. Flagler Street. Miami. Florida
    .TIRin Phone: 379-2X51, and file the
    original Answer or Pleading in the
    office of the Clerk of the Circuit
    Court on or before the 7th day of
    October, ISM If rou fall lo do s...
    judgment hy default will be taken
    against you for the relief demanded]
    in the Complaint for Divorce
    I'll is NOTICE shall be published
    once each week for four cons, utlve
    weeks In THE JEWISH FLORID1AN.
    I" INB \M> < iRDEKEl i al Miami,
    Florida, 'hi- 29th day of August, 196ii.
    B. B. LEATHER.MAN, Clerk
    Circuit i "ourl
    l lade ''in iv. Florida
    By; p ci IPKLAND
    I'.nutv Clerk
    (Ciriuit Couri S. all
    n 6-1J-I0-27
    NOTICE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
    the undersigned, desiring to engage
    in business under the fictitious names
    ! of RENTE id FINKBLSTEIN;
    RENTE and F1NKELBTEIN P.A at
    N.R litl Street, North Miami
    Beach Inleinb register said names
    with the c uf (he Circuit Court
    of Dnd< Count:
    DRS RENTE and
    PINKBI.8TBIX
    Profe* Vssoclatlon
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    NOT'CE UNDER
    FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
    XOTICE I- HEREBY GIVEN that
    Ihe underslg ed i.-nuig to engage
    a iiiisui. s.s uiidci the fictitious lines
    of TIOBHBTTBS and TIOERETTE8,
    'Ne. al ''14 \n.-.... Building, Miami,
    Florida Intend* to r<-glster said i imes
    wiiii 'in Uie.i Ircult Court of
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    . nleil in s.. .. "S3 id, Fli rl
    lutes, i County
    Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
    within -i\ calendar months from the
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    NORTH MIAMI MOTORS
    1969 MODELS ON DISPLAY
    CHAPTER TWO:
    THE RENAULT 16
    SEDAN-WAGON
    Things have been going very
    well indeed for Chapter One
    the Renault 10. Last year sales
    jumped 59.2%. So it seemed
    a good time to introduce an-
    other member of the family:
    The Renault 16 Sedan-Wagon.
    The Sedan-Wagon. Besides
    being a new chapter for us, the
    Sedan-Wagon represents a new
    chapter in the industry.
    Until now, even if you only
    needed a station wagon occa-
    sionally, you had to drive one
    around all the time. With the
    Renault 16, you drive around
    a sedan. And when you need a
    station wagon, it turns into a
    station wagon.
    The front-wheeldnve.Quite
    logical.The engine up front to
    get maximum hauling area in
    the rear.The drive wheels also
    up front to get maximum trac-
    tion from the engine's weight.
    The engine. Pressure cast
    aluminum block. 5 main bear-
    ings. And a sealed liquid cool-
    ing system that virtually elim-
    inates the bother of having to
    add anti-freeze. It can milk 28
    miles out of a gallon of gas,
    and still manages a top speed
    of 93 mph. It is so well put to-
    gether that you could roll up
    30,000 continuous miles at 85,
    as we did, back and forth and
    back and forth between Rome
    and Milan.
    The seats.They're every bit
    as comfortable as those in the
    Renault 10. And the seats in
    the Renault 10 have been stack-
    ed up against the seats in the
    Rolls-Royce.
    The road manners. The sus-
    pension is soft, without being
    mushy. Each wheel moves up
    and down independently, con-
    trolled by long torsion bars.
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    Section D
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    fOR. A bAPP/
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    Flakier Federal Savings
    & Loan Association of Miami
    Paul H Marks
    Chairman ot the Board
    Nathan Meltzer
    President
    Herschel Rosenthal
    Executive Vice President
    Rest Wishes To All For
    A Happy Mew Year
    FLORIDA FILL, Inc.
    ENGINEERING EARTH MOVING CONTRACTORS
    Miami, Florida
    Phone: 661-8518
    HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
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    5823 Sunset Drive Sunset House
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    A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
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    1345 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
    Phone 538-9886
    A Happy New Year To All
    PESTOXMT M.OMIKH
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    Phone 379-7112
    Holiday Greetings to the Entire Community
    M0NTANAM CtJNMCAL SCHOOL
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    archeology rescues history
    By DR. AVRAHA.v EIRAN
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    Friday, September 20. 1968
    fJewisl fhrkiinin
    Paqe 3-D
    Jerusalem
    It will be a Ions time before the aftermath of
    the Six-Dy War is properly evaluated and sum-
    marized. The impact of the war has already
    affected the course of history in this land and
    [ has made itself felt in practically all walks of
    I life. Bu! perhaps no field can equal that of
    i archeotog) and the study of Israel's past.
    For theie is no people for whom the obscs-
    [sion with archeology is as keen and deep and
    [allengulfing as Israel. The sudden opening up
    I of teritorriea closed to Israelis for 19 years was
    equal to a revelation bordering on the miracu-
    llous First and foremost there was Jerusalem.
    Jerusalem is not only a symbol. It is archco-
    |ogical flesh and blood. The Western Wall, which
    Bon-Jews call the Wailing Wall, is not only the
    sum lota! of Jewish aspirations through the ages
    it is a magnificent Herodiiin construction with
    huge Stones some 30 feet long testifying to the
    Engineering audacity of Herod the Qreat. Indeed.
    Vlic very firM archeological expedition organized
    H>y Israeli archeologhtts in what used to be Jor-
    Man territory was in Jerusalem near fhe Southern
    wiul Western Walls, surrounding the Temple
    ; M<'.I'"
    Pure archeology it isto find the extent of
    jJUir Ikrodian Walls, to cheek the information of
    Hhr historian Josephus concerning thi approaches
    Ho the Temple and its gatesbut archeology tem-
    ped bj ;i historical consciousness Our ances-
    tors walked on the Herodian steps 2.000 years
    ago on their way to the Holy of Holies. The his-
    torj of Jerusalem goes back 2,000 years before
    Herod.
    Archeology comes to the rescue of history.
    Problems relating to the fortifications of the Ca-
    naanite. Jebusi'e. Davidic and Solomonic city find
    their solutions. Whether the city of the kings of
    Judah extended to the Western hill (the present
    Mt. Zion) is still problematic. Jerusalem's water
    supply was always of concern to its rulers. Ar-
    cheology seeks to trace the development of these
    different projects. Paradoxically, it is archeology
    that breathes life info numerous episodesan oil
    lamp deposited by a Jewish pilgrim in the Third
    Century B.C.E. en his way to the Temple Mount;
    the bones Of a builder. 50 years old. whose name
    was Simon, are laid to rest in an ossuary to
    aether with his 20-year-old Wife whose name is
    Continued on Page 12-D
    Your Host BOB HANNA
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    Happy New Year
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    New Year Greetings
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    f\
    \o all those
    i
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    your friends at
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    for happiness
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    Fridav, September 20, 1963
    HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
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    Happy New Year To All
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    Happy New Year Greetings To All Our Friends and Customers
    SCHRAFFT'S
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    9700 Collins Avenue
    Bal Harbour
    BRITISH JEWS
    By S. J. GOLDSMITH
    HAPPY NEW YEAR HOilDAY
    WEST INDIES FRUIT
    COMPANY
    It was a routine year. No
    grtat excitement, no great dis-
    appointments. A year like all
    other years, as my grandmother
    used to say.
    British Jews did not even
    have the excitement of a visitor
    like Rabbi Yehuda Leib Levin
    of Moscow. The only visitor of
    importance during the year
    under review was Levi Eshkol.
    the Prime Minister of Israel. In
    fact. I should begin my review
    with him. He was here early in
    the year.
    This was not a state visit.
    Eshkol stopped over on his wav
    from the United States and
    Catyida, and was thus able to
    spend as much time with Brit-
    i?h Jews as he did with mem-
    bers of the British government
    and the Opposition.
    All were in complete agree-
    ment about all basic problems,
    including the vital need for i
    larger Aliyah (immigration!
    from Britain. But, alas, an in-
    creased Aliyah was not one of
    the results of the visit. Some
    15.000 British Jews have set-
    tled in Israel since the Jewish
    State was established, about
    750 per year out of a Jewish
    population of over 400.000. This
    is about the average for an af
    fluent Jewish community in the
    West. The present campaign for
    more settlers in Israel from
    Britain may or may not have
    some effect, but it remains to
    be seen.
    The acid test for the Jewish
    awareness of any Jewish com-
    munity in the free world is the
    level of Jewish educationand
    here quality counts as much a-
    Continued On P9 10-D
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    On visits to the resting place of departed loved ones the solace of remembrance lives very vividly in the imagination of a child. For adults, too,
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    Pcqe 6-D
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    Friday. September 20. lego,
    TO ALL GREETINGS
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    SOUTHEAST INC.
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    ADVANCE TUBULAR
    STEEL SCAFFOLD
    DISTRIBUTOR
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    BRACES AND ACCESSORIES FOR CONCRETE SHORING,
    MASONRY PAINTING. ALL BUILDING CONSTRUCTION
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    A
    Jewish
    Rip
    Van
    Winkle
    By JACK SIEGEL
    It N possible thai Washington
    Irving m like other early
    American figures who knew the
    Old Testament and perhaps the
    Midrash. it i= even possible that
    the author of Rip Van Winkle
    the idea from us. It il not a
    bad ideabut only for a story.
    Chone Hamaael. a legendary
    figure in Jewish lore, left home
    for a big sleep Chone. whose
    .a*\ name was derived from the
    word mage!, meaning circle.
    was a rabbi who had the ear ot
    Go.l
    When the people of his area
    needed rain, they asked Choue
    to intercede with the Lord So
    sure of himself was Chone that
    he drew a circle and said he
    would stay inside it until his
    reque-t wa- granted. When God
    at flnl sent down a few meaner
    dropv the people teased Chone
    He importuned God again and
    this time the raindrop.- God sent
    were each a- large as a barrel
    The people complained that thi*
    was ton much, and after -
    negotiations. Chone informed
    God that his people were not
    attuned to miracles, all they
    wanted wa- just enough rain.
    II urns tinaliv done right and
    Chone ua> release -:
    circle.
    We know little of t'iione s mo-
    lives having been supplied with
    few detail- of his life. One -
    h.i- him in a field watch.
    man plant trees. He asks the
    Continued On ge 8 D


    Friday. September 20, 1968
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    STUART REALTY
    333 N.W. 28th AVENUE
    Phone 635-0849

    ROSD DASDANAD
    With the coming of another year,
    we wish you and your loved ones
    the greatest of man's blessings
    a peaceful world in which to enjoy
    health and happiness.
    "May you be inscribed for a good yearl"
    ORIDA POWER ft LIGHT COMPANY
    HELPING BUILD FLORIDA
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    phone 378- 755s|
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    miami. florida 33130!
    A Year of
    Happiness
    to Everyone!
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    BAR MITZVAH PARTIES.
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    HOLIDAY GREETINGS
    HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
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    7287 RED ROAD, So. MIAMI Ph. 667-8193
    HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL. .
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    "Lovely Things" Dresses Sportswear
    1130 NORMANDY DRIVE. MIAMI BEACH 868-7674
    COMMANDER AND MRS. HAROLD C. UHR,
    of the ABE HOROWITZ POST 682 J.W.V.,
    cf the American Veterans of World War II, Korea and Viet Nam
    Post No. 13, and Marc, wish their friends and relatives
    A Happy New Year
    DR. AND MRS. LAWRENCE FEINBERG
    and FAMILY
    WISH THEIR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
    A HAPPY NEW YEAR
    HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM
    I MM A> Ml i I K MOTOIt I.
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    Phone 865-9361 FREE PARKING BUS STOP
    "A Home Away From Home"
    HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
    NICHOLS APARTMENT HOTEL
    9585 COLLNS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
    Phone 366-8051
    Holiday Greetings From
    JOLISA, INC.
    HANDBAGS & JEWELRY
    9513 Harding Ave.
    Surfside
    Phone 864-1703
    Holiday Greetinqs
    MlliiK HUH.I
    PHARMACY, INC.
    WALGREEN AGENCY
    "Prescription Specialists"
    10871 Caribbean Blvd.
    235-2841
    Holiday Greetings irorr.
    Minna Lee
    Daytime Dresses
    Cocktails & Formats
    252 Miracle Mile, Coral Gables
    1033 Kane Concourse,
    Bay Harbor Island
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    Coconut Grove
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    9500 HARDING AVENUE
    SURFSIDE, MIAMI BEACH
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    A Jewish Rip Van Winkle
    Continued From Paga 4-D
    mat. why he is planting a tree
    whose fruit he would not see
    in his life time. The old man
    replies that he is planting them
    i r h:s "->nrleh'i''r<>n. lust as
    his grandfather did for him.
    We know Rip Van Winkle had
    a nagging wife and liked the
    booze, but we know nothing of
    Chone's bomelife beyond the
    lact thai there is a fern me in II
    somewherehe has grandchil-
    dren. Anyway, (.'hone sits down
    to eat and falls into a de
    sleepfor sevent) years! By a
    small miracle, he is protected
    from the inquisitive world by a
    rock formation which suit
    him. What a deal!
    When Chone wakes up from
    his long dream, he goes home-
    but his grandchildren refuse to
    accept his identity. In search of
    heart's balm, Chone goes to the
    Beth Hamedrash. the house of
    worship where previously the
    students faced with problems
    had only been able to find a
    solution in Chone's physical
    presence. This happens again as
    Chone enters, but the men do
    not recognize him. and will not
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    5801 SUNSET DRIVE
    324 MIRACLE MILE
    20347 S. DIXIE HWY.
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    Joseph Rieger
    y '''
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    Hs Year
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    TO ALL. .
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    1104 Lincoln Road
    Miami Beach
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    Radio Doctors
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    Southwest Section
    RADIO & TELEVISION
    SERVICE
    10945 S. DIXIE HWY.
    Ph. 661-8552
    accept his statement that he is
    Chone.
    So Chone goes out and asks
    God to give him listing peace.
    God complies. The lesson, ac-
    cording to one of his contempo-
    raries and colleagues, is that
    v\ ithout a constituency, without
    people or friends, a man is dead.
    The lesson, in modern terms.
    i< perhaps a bit more sophisti-
    cated. Psychiatrically speaking,
    we know that excessive sleep is
    a refuse from reality. There are
    enourinous problems surround-
    ing us today. The easiest thing
    to do is withdraw, as did Rip
    Van Winkle and Chone. But
    neither solved a problem dur-
    ing the sojourn into his sub-
    conscious, nor did they make a
    contribution on their return.
    Both men had become older
    without the experiences men
    pick up en route through life.
    It is tj^ese experiences which
    give life both its meaning and
    its joy. It is in the living that
    one sees, smells, hears, tastes,
    touches and, in the case of man.
    thinks and loves. In a moment
    of love, or of tragedy, such as
    New Year Greetings
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    FOOD CENTER
    KOSHER MEATS and POULTRY
    S25 ARTHUR GODFREY RD.
    MIAMI BEACH
    PHONE 531-7691
    NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
    FROM
    BOB RUBINSTEIN
    DECORATOR
    3919 N.E. 1st AVENUE
    Dial 757-2198
    Holiday Greetings
    GOLD SEAL
    BAKERY
    2239 Coral Way
    (off 22nd Ave )
    Phone 446-9330
    Happy New Year and Best
    Wishes For The Holidays
    ROYAL PALM
    CLEANERS AND
    ALTERATIONS
    Margaret & Andre Roth
    4016 Royal Palm Avenue
    Miami, Meech
    Holiday Greetings From ..
    Florida Aircraft Radio
    & Marine Inc.
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    Aviation Electronic
    Equipment Supply
    ARM Service Corp.
    Electronic Equipment Overhaul
    Lapa 300 Aviation
    Antenna Manufacturers
    5365 NW 36 St.
    Miami Springs 885-2484
    Chone's rejection, a human be-
    ing can rise to a new height of
    experience and. like a bird run-
    enng over reality, can exercise
    the power of decision to rise
    still further or to descend.
    We can escape for a day r
    two. a week or two. but we mil.t
    come back. If we don't, if we
    sleep it out, like Chone. we let
    the future go by default. We
    not have the experience, or fu|.
    fiilnient. difficult as they m
    be. of determining our own d. -
    tiny. We will stand in circles
    But human history must hi
    continuity, otherwise we will be
    like the ape in the jungle who
    does not know his own gran
    mother.
    Chone and Ripdisparate
    time, place and ecologyhave
    ethnic variables. But their story
    and its moral are the same
    We must face the truth of each
    day and. beyond that, the truth
    in each of ourselves, particular
    ly as we relate to other people
    Armed with such knowledge,
    full to the brim with the hu-
    man mission, we can march
    right into the future.
    HOLIDAY GREETINGS
    KEETI'S
    WHERE
    "THE END"
    IN FASHION BEGINS
    8601 CORAL WAY
    Phone: 221-4211
    Holiday Greetings To The
    Jewish Community
    LE COURT
    FASHIONS
    630-H Lincoln Road Mall
    Miami Beach 33139
    Phone 534-6971
    Happy New Year and Best
    Wishes To All
    -Mil. PAIL M.
    M AltKO. .IK.
    1335 Alton Road
    Miami Beach
    NEW YEAR GREETING
    nnELsows
    DRESS
    SHOP
    MIAMI BEACH
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    Best Holiday Greetings
    FROM
    J. EUSTER
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    *
    Friday. September 20. 1968
    *Jenist fhridian
    Paqe 9-D

    SHIP-BOARD ROSH HASHANAH
    SERVICE FOR JEWISH Gl's
    Hiyh Holy Day scrvicei iboard ship
    are amoi e the observance* that will
    take place at more than 800 military
    irtctallatioru and \'A hipitals at home
    and abroad 'hrouch arrangemenU made
    by th> Naronal Jewish Welfare Board.
    CMDR. and MRS.
    [A HENRY KAUFFMAN
    D. S. C.
    wish
    To All their friends
    -
    To All Happy New Year
    PROPERTY
    CONSTRUCTION
    COMPANY
    665 Solano Prado
    Coral Gables
    Phone 665-2771
    Happy New Year
    Holiday To All
    FOLDOWN
    AWNINGS INC.
    1060 E. 33rd Street
    Hialeah, Florida
    Phone 691-1221
    JOHNS
    Gulf Service
    ROAD SERVICE
    MECHANIC ON DUTY
    Phone 681-9133
    JOHN PASTORELLA, Prop.
    N.W. 7th Ave and 125th Street
    NEW YEAR GREETINGS
    "The Group
    Call 821-7358
    Music for Bar Mitzvahs
    Weddings, etc.
    V
    NEVER TOO YOUNG TO
    LEARN ABOUT JEWISH LIFE.
    Story-reading session* at Jewish com-
    munity centers affiliated with the Na-
    tional Jewish Welfare Board hnni! the
    meaning >i Rosh Hashanah and either
    Jewish holiday- and festival, to nursery
    school children.
    HARVEY and ELAINE BAXTER
    and SONS MITCHELL and KENNETH
    WISH THEIR FAMILY AND FRIENDS
    A VERY HEALTHY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
    HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO ALL
    NORTH WEST BOOKKEEPING & TAX SERVICE
    280 N.W. 183rd Street, North Miami
    Phone 621-2691
    NEW YEAR GREETINGS
    r/ltltlM CENTER PHARMACY \
    645 Perrine Avenue, Perrine
    Phone 238-3641
    PROFESSIONAL ARTS PHARMACY
    1150 N.W. 14th Street
    Phone 379-0803
    EXTENDS HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
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    439 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD
    PHONE 531-6577
    Manufacturers Of Fine Jewelry
    ALL DONE ON PREMISES
    A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
    MAC'S LAWN MOWER SERVICE
    3631 W. FLAGLER STREET
    Phone 443.4611
    A Very Happy New Year To All
    IRV1IWS KOSHER MEATS
    7443 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
    PHONE: 866-2955
    Best Wishes For A Happy New Year From
    HIALEAH IMPERIAL DECORATORS
    1090 East 28th Street, Hialeah, Florida
    Phone 696-0298
    HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
    UNITED SHOE REPAIR
    1627 EUCLID AVE., MIAMI BEACH
    Phone 538-5303
    BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
    to the
    ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
    Vice Mayor and Mrs. Joe Malek
    AND SON, ADAM LLOYD MALEK
    CITY OF MIAMI BEACH
    A Happy New Year To All
    NOW WE ARE 3
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    Miami
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    Use your American Express
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    Friday. September 20, 1968
    MR. and MRS. EMANUEL ROSENBERG
    5728 Report From Britain
    AND FAMILY WISH THEIR
    FRIENDS AND RELATIVES
    A HAPPY NEW YEAR
    A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
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    750 W. 18th STREET, HI ALE AH
    MIAMI, BEACH
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    ATLAS TV CENTER INC.
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    Phones UN 6-7217 UN 6-5868
    TELEVISION # RADIO # APPLIANCES
    SALES RENTALS SERVICE
    LEW GOODMAN and SOL WEXLER
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    MASTERS, IXC.
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    HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
    4 IIARMK P. -lOIINNON
    SPRAY COMPANY INC.
    4655 N.W. 36th Avenue, Miami
    634-7715
    HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
    slater jewi:un CO.
    OF NORTH MIAMI, INC.
    771 N.E. 125th STREET OPPOSITE "NEW" CITY HALL
    Phone: 757-9722
    ANNA AND ABRAHAM ROVINSKY
    353 West 47th Street, Miami Beach
    Wish their Friends in Miami, United States & Israel
    A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
    HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
    I 1(1 \M.I I \IIO IIMIK. ETC.
    740 ALTON ROAD, MIAMI BEACH Ph. 531-7616
    Continued From Pago 4-D
    quantity. British Jews have be-
    come a little more aware late-
    ly of the close connection be
    tween Jewish education and the
    chances for Jewish continuity
    outside Israel, not to mention
    Aliyah.
    The Jewish day schools, spon
    sored by the British Zionist
    Federation, have made progress
    during the year as have the
    schools of the Lubavitch Foun
    dation and those of the strictly
    Orthodox groups. The only Jew
    ish boarding school. Carmel
    College, will henceforth admit
    girls as well as boys.
    On the other hand, there is
    an educational loss to be regis-
    tered. Whittinghame College, a
    privately-owned Jewish board-
    ing school of considerable mer-
    it, closed down this year quite
    unexpectedly. When its owner
    and headmaster retired, the
    college was taken over by a
    group of Anglo-Jewish worthies
    who soon discovered that a
    school is neither a general store
    nor a gown factory. They closed
    it down even before the final
    HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
    GEORGE G. WHITNEY REAL ESTATE
    1 LINCOLN ROAD JE 8-7401
    y
    HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
    m
    Miami Beach Medical Center
    SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUR SENIOR CITIZENS
    COMPLETE LABORATORY FACILITIES AND X-RAY
    1218 Washington Ave. Ph. 532-4122
    Office Hours 9 A.M. to S P.M. And By Apt.
    examinationsto the chagrin of
    pupils, parents and educators. I
    mention this because it shows
    in a striking way the attitude
    of the average Anglo-Jew to-
    wards Jewish education.
    Sunday schools, where Jewish
    education is provided as a sup-
    plementary effort on Sundays
    and sometimes also on Wednes-
    days, have also done well this
    year, quantitatively speaking
    they have increased the num-
    bers catered to. But the quality
    of the Jewish education they
    provide is rather poor. "It is
    free of charge and not worth
    much more," said a London wit.
    This lack of quality has wor-
    ried some British Jews, includ-
    ing their Chief Rabbi. Efforts
    are now being made to improve
    the quality of Sunday school
    Jewish education and lift these
    schools out of the "Bar Mitzvah-
    factory" level. But. again, we
    shall have to wait to see the
    results.
    The dream of a teachers'
    seminary is still just a dream,
    and the dream of a college with
    Hebrew as its teaching language
    Holiday Greetinqs From .
    LANSONS
    Styles for men
    325 LINCOLN RD. MIAMI BEACH
    6650 COLLINS AVE. MIAMI BEACH
    LAUDERDALE MALL, FT. LAUDERDALE
    NEW YEAR GREETINGS FROM .
    One Hour Martinizing
    QUALITY DRY CLEANING
    5821 Ponce de Leon, Coral Gables Phone 667-6274
    (Next Door to the "Flick")
    Hours 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Daily
    HOLIDAY GREETINGS
    BARTON'S Bonbonniere
    Phone 538-0409
    532 Lincoln Road Mall 211 E. Flagler Street
    HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
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    280 WEST 24th STREET HIALEAH
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    is just as unreal. Although it l9
    acknowledged on all side?, that
    there could not be bilingual and
    bicultural Jews without real
    Hebrew schools, British Jews
    have not so far managed to es
    tablish a single experimental
    college of this natrue.
    Lithuanian Jews were infi
    nitely poorer and numbered
    only 170,000 in their heyday.
    Yet they maintained 12 excel
    lent Hebrew colleges and their
    children were never barred
    from the general schools. Brit
    ish Jews have never been path
    finders in Jewish life, and the
    year 5728 was no exception. It
    has not altered them at all
    They are ashamed of them
    selves. But to be ashamed is
    one thing; to do something about
    it quite another thing.
    As to Jews' College where
    Anglo-Jewish rabbis are trained
    I will simply quote the deputy
    principal. Dr. Jacob Ross, who
    recently- retired in disgu>t and
    left for Jerusalem: Jews' Col-
    lege needs a revolution in its
    administration and its outlook.
    Without such a revolution. I
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    wonder whether it might not be
    better to close the present col-
    lege and start a new one."
    A problem for British Jews,
    unknown before 5728. was their
    attitude towards the national
    debate about race now raging
    in ihc British Isles. Not that
    they are directly affectedit is
    ihe colored people who are the
    vuhicct ol this argument. The
    .lews are white, second or third
    generation, some even descend-
    ants of 17th Century settlers,
    and they number less than one
    percent of the total population.
    The Negroes are black, new-
    comers, and number nearly a
    million (with the Asiansi. which
    i< about two percent of the total
    population. Also, there is no
    new influx of Jews, while Ne-
    groes and A*ians clamor to
    come and settle in this over-
    crowded kingdom.
    The new immigration laws
    may be a matter of self-preser-
    vation, but they are based on
    racial discrimination, for they
    are concerned with color and
    racial origin. It i< only fair to
    say that the same laws would
    have applied to flaxen-haired
    Swedes if they were trying to
    settle here in large numbers.
    But they aren'tand the Ne-
    groes are.
    lenisti Meridian
    Paqe 11-D
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    P. Schwartz
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    A Happy New Year
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    The question British Jews had
    to answer to themselvesand to
    the worldthis year was this:
    Do we wash our hands of this
    argument and as a group, adopt
    the attitude of "I am all right.
    Jack." or do we. again as a
    group, take part in it. adopting
    the attitude of '1 am my broth-
    er's keeper"?
    There is no doubt at all that
    a referendum would show that
    most British Jewsmiddle class
    people who hanker after a quiet
    lifewant to keep out of the
    argument. They want only to be
    left alone. This is the time
    honored attitude of all middle
    chiss people everywherethe
    wish to avoid being involved.
    Even the young Jews of Britain
    have not shown much spirit in
    the struggle for racial equality
    unless Jews were directly in-
    volved (though there were some
    notable exceptions).
    But at the same time, there is
    a Jewish conscience. And there
    is a collective and an individual
    Jewish experience. This dilem-
    ma caused thinking Jews many
    agonized waking hours and
    sleepless nights.
    In the end. the Board of Dep-
    uties of British Jews, a middle
    class institution if there ever
    was one. appointed a commit-
    tee to study the problem and
    watch developments. This is the
    good old English method. If you
    aren't sure what to doappoint
    a committee. But it does indi-
    cate that at least, existence of
    the problem has been officially
    acknowledged by the Board on
    behalf of all oritish Jews.
    The records of individual
    British Jews is averageno bet-
    ter and no worse than the record
    of all citizens who do not like
    Negroes on their streets, who
    are not keen on renting rooms
    to Negro students, who too sel-
    dom entertain Negroes in their
    homes.
    Many support the ban on col-
    ored immigration. But few Jews
    would stand up to be counted
    among those who advocate ra-
    cial segregation, as some peo-
    ple here do. This is where their
    JewishneSS asserts itself. But
    not in individual behavior.
    This is a review of the past
    year and not a horoscope for
    the next. But it is safe to pre-
    dict that British Jews will be
    seized by (lie problem of race
    relations in the coming year.
    For they have not solved it in
    one wav or another.
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    +Jeisti ncrkflan
    Friday. September 20, \%%
    RABBI and Mrs.
    SHELDON EDWARDS
    and Family
    Extend Greetings to Members
    and Friends of
    TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL,
    Ft. Lauderdale,
    o-d to the entire community
    RABBI and Mrs.
    RALPH CARMI
    and Family
    Extend East Wishes to the
    C::.re:5 end Members of
    Tifereth Israel
    Congregation
    Fox A Happy New Year
    RABBI and MRS.
    DAVID RAAB
    and Family
    Extend Best Wishes for a
    Happy New Year
    to Members and Friends of
    TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL,
    Miam; Beach
    RABBI A. BEN-HILLEL
    and Daughter
    Extend to the Officers
    and Members of
    YOUNG ISRAEL
    CF MIAMI BEACH
    Best Wishes for a
    HAPPY NEW YEAR
    archeology rescues history
    RABBI and MRS.
    MILTON SCHLINSKY
    and Family
    Ixffnd heartfelt
    WEW YEAR GREETINGS
    to
    Temple Adath Yeshurun
    and the entire community
    RABBI and MRS.
    DAVID ROSENFELD
    offer heartfelt greetings to
    Jewry everywhere and to
    members of
    Beth Moshe Congregation
    of North Miami Beach
    A Happy New Year
    RABBI and MRS.
    CHARLES M. RUBEL
    Ixtend heartfelt wishes for a
    HAPPY NEW YEAR
    to the officers of
    Temple B'nai Raphael
    its members, and
    cffUicte crrrcr.iz-tirr.s
    RABBI and MRS.
    MORTON MALAVSKY
    V.'ish 'or all Jewry and particu-
    Jcrly the members and officers
    of TcMPLE BETH SHALOM, '
    Hollywood,
    A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
    NEW YEAR
    RABBI and MRS.
    NAFTALI PORUSH
    AND FAMILY
    Extends Best Wishes to
    YOUNG ISRAEL OF
    GREATER MIAMI
    And to All Jewry for
    A Happy New Year
    RABBI and MRS.
    DAVID SHAPIRO
    Extend Best Wishes for a
    HAPPY NEW YEAR
    to the members of
    TEMPLE SINAI
    ihe Jewish Community Center
    Hollywood, Florida
    and to All Jewry
    RABBI and MRS.
    RICHARD M. LEVITON
    v;.5- the Jewish c:rnrr.uni*y
    c: South Fiorida, and
    p^rticuarly the orilcers
    end members of
    TEMPLE EMANU-EL
    OF FT. LAUDERDALE
    A Happy New Year
    RABBI and MRS.
    SAMUEL JAFFE
    AND FAMILY
    Extend Greetings to Members
    and Friends of
    TEMPLE BETH EL
    Hollywood, Fla.,
    And to All Jewry for
    A Happy New Year
    DR. ABRAHAM CASSEL
    Extends Heartfelt
    New Year Greetings
    to members of
    TEMPLE B'NAI SHOLOM
    and Greater Miami
    RABBI and MRS.
    MORRIS A. SKOP
    and Family
    offer their best wishes to the
    officers and membership of
    TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
    OF POMPANO
    for a Healthy and
    Happy New Year
    RABBI and MRS.
    MAURICE KLEIN
    extend a Happy New Year
    '.o Members and Friends of
    TEMPLE TIFERETH JACOB
    or.d to the Jewish community
    of Hialeah and
    all Greater Miami
    RABBI and MRS.
    SADI NAHMIAS
    and Family
    greet the members or
    SEPHARDIC
    JEWISH CENTER
    on the occasion of the
    New Year
    Continued Form Page 3-D
    not given A whole panorama of Jerusalem's
    history is yet to be revealed by archeology.
    The hill country of Judah and Samaria, the
    valley of the .toiuan and the Dead Sea, were well
    known to the older generati in <-. I- aeii archi
    B th( new gem i. ti gazed m .... lei .
    Doihan. where Joseph was -old mto slaver}',
    Ileli!,.n. where Abraham bought the bur
    of the Patriarchs, Jericho whose walls c
    tumbling down he.oio Josh'ia, Beth E! where
    Jacob saw the ladder of heaven Anathoth wh re
    Jeremiah prophesied, Beitar where Bar Kochba
    lought and died, and a hundred othei lites v hich
    evoke the memory of Israel's ancient historj
    Much is known of those sites. Varieus British.
    French, German and American expeditions have
    worked in Ihe area as well .< a Hebrew Univer-
    sity expedition v.hich excavated the ancient syna-
    gogue <>.r E htmoa. But many archeological and
    historical problems need clarification. The con
    quest of Jericho by Joshua, the battle at Ai. the
    Samaritan Temple at Mt. Gerizim, the Bar Koch a
    Strategy at Beitar and many others.
    One of the first tas:;s undertaken after the
    Six-Day War was an archeological survey of the
    new territories. In the Samaria area, which com-
    prises in our survey the Gilboa and Ephraim
    mountains, many new sites were recorded. C'h. !-
    cohthic, Canaanite and I>r;elu* sites were die.
    covered in the Gilboa region. The most intensive
    settlement, however, toyk place during the Pint
    bixifl centuries C.E comprising (l
    '.. peiiod Of the See.;:, :_mple. th !..' ,
    i almudie periods.
    . ise of it- spei i team
    ok the survey oJ ; ..historic sites.
    ... disc ivcred a .-.. nber f ..
    .... Paleolithic peri< I. These were \w \
    r pic historic lakes. '! ire numerous were the
    - oi the .Middle Paleolithic era which \
    I und in open area-; an near eaves which had
    fallen in ihe Uppei Paleolithic remans
    ...: in the mountaii range and only a few
    ii the d y river-beds wer slo| is oi i..>
    valle; In t'ne Rlesolithic tnd Neolithic pe
    '.- it h b'.ted sites lay ear springs and a
    ver beds in area which even today haw. ,
    (!: proportion of water an 1 springs Even in
    zones, Mesolithic rema were und
    the spri
    The hill country o Israel began to e sell '.
    . hist iric t. nes. Already during the third mil -
    B.C.E. in the Early Bronze Age. large set-
    < were estal '!-, in lh mountains where
    the settlers with th< r > and flint imple-
    ments could quarry int i the soft limestone and
    build cisterns for th- si rag< and preservation of
    water. These people alsi an the clearing of
    .^.i ni>^:*t.,M .>


    friday, September 20. 1968
    vJenisti Fhridli&n
    Page 13-D
    \\\e ftfrestf in order to oofaift land for agriculture.
    During the second millennium B.C.E., with
    fthe introduction of the bron'.e implements, it was
    possible to quarry also into the harder limestone
    and at least 40 new sites were recorded in areas
    which have no fresh water sources. Thus the way
    was open for the settlement of the entire Ephraim
    mountain range.
    Later ii the Bronze Age, strongly torttfied
    settlement were established near springs and
    other water sources. The density of settlement
    increased during the Israelite period. The Is-
    raelites chose the difficult mountain areas. Some
    settled in the ruins of the Early and Middle
    Bronze Age sites but most established their
    .hamlets in previously uninhabited localities C:s-
    tterns for storing rain water were common at the
    time and the Israelite settlement persisted and
    developed in density for many centuries. A largo
    number on these .'indent sites. The survey also recorded
    many small finds, the most notable of which is a
    Jar handle of th< middle of the Ninth Century
    With the name Ahab inscribed on it.
    In Judaea very few Chalcolithic sites were
    jnd. The high mountain range was not settled
    ^et and in the Hebron hills even during the Earlv
    ironze Age very few sites were discovered, al-
    lough there are quite a number of settlements
    known in the Judaean hills. The Hebron ana
    las apparently still wooded and could not be
    used for agricultural cultivation.
    During the second millennium B.C.E., the
    picture changes and a larger number of sites was
    recorded in the high mountain ranges and their
    slopes. Extensive occupation develops in the Is-
    raelite period. As in other mountainous regions,
    so in Judaea, the Israelites chose the most diffi-
    cult terrain for settlement probably because it
    was far removed from the Canaanite fortified
    cities. The comparatively numerous Biblical ref-
    erences to this region presented the survey team
    with problems of site identification. Thus archeo-
    logical evidence is now lending support for the
    identification of Biblical Devir with Tel Rabud,
    for example, 12 kilometers south of Hebron. Also
    the division of Judaea into districts (Joshua,
    Chapter 15) was reexamined in the light of the
    results of the survey.
    The Babylonian exile has left its mark on the
    irea and only a few small and unfortified sites
    were recorded in the Bethlehem region. How-
    ever, after the return from Babylon, the settle-
    ments increase in number and during the period
    of the Second Temple there is evidence for in-
    tensive occupation.
    Because the Golan has been practically un-
    known territory, archeologically speaking, it be-
    Continued On Pa7c 14-D
    RABBI and MRS.
    ALEXANDER S. GROSS
    and Family
    MIAMI BEACH
    Extend Best Wishes for
    A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
    NEW YEAR
    to the officers, directors end
    members of the Hebrew
    Academy and all its affili-
    y ated organizations and to all
    Jewry.
    RABBI and MRS.
    SOL LANDAU
    and Family
    extend to the officers, directors,
    and staff of
    BETH DAVID
    CONGREGATION
    Best Wishes for a Healthy
    and Happy New Year
    RABBI and MRS.
    ALFRED WAXMAN
    and Daughters
    Wish for all Jewry, and
    particularly the Members
    and Officers of
    Temple Zion
    A Happy ar.d Prosperous
    New Year
    RABBI and MRS.
    DAVID LEHRFIELD
    and Family
    greet the Jewish community
    and membership of
    Kneseth Israel Congregation
    on the occasion of the
    NEW rEAR
    RABBI and MRS.
    P. A. WEBERMAN
    and Family
    offer their very best wishes for
    a Happy, Healthful, and
    Prosperous New Year to the
    officers and members of
    CONGREGATION
    OHEV SHALOM
    and to Jewry everywhere

    RABBI and MRS.
    MAXWELL BERGER
    Extend Best Wishes for a Happy
    New Year to the Members and
    Officers of
    Temple Zamora
    and its affiliated organizations
    and the Greater Miami
    Jewish Community
    RABBI and MRS.
    IRWIN CUTLER
    Extend to the Officers
    and members of
    TEMPLE ISRAEL
    of Miramar
    e**\ W'-V-n **t a
    Happy Now Year
    RABBI and MRS.
    SOLOMON SCHIFF
    AND FAMILY
    Extend Best Wishes to the
    Officers and Members of
    Congregation Beth El and to
    the entire Jewish Community
    for a Happy New Year
    To Members and Friends of
    SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE
    A Very
    HAPPY NEW YEAR
    from
    RABBI and MRS.
    JONTH E. CAPLAN
    and FAMILY

    RABBI and MRS.
    BEREL WE-N
    AND FAMILY
    EXTEND HEARTFELT
    NEW YEAR GREETINGS
    to the
    BETH ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
    and Greater Miami
    RABBI and MRS.
    MAX SHAPIRO
    Wish
    CONGREGATION
    BETH KODESH
    its affiliate organizations
    and Greater Miami Jewry
    A Happy New Year
    RABBI and MRS.
    SHMARYAHU T.
    SWIRSKY
    Extend to all Jewry and partic-
    ularly the members of
    Beth Jacob Congregation
    and its affiliated organizations
    A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
    NEW YEAR
    RABBI DR. and MRS.
    ISAAC H. EVER
    AND FAMILY
    Wish for the Members of
    Agudath Israel Hebrew Insti-
    tute, its Auxiliary and the
    Entire Jewish Community a
    Year of Peace and Joy
    Greetings and a
    HAPPY NEW YEAR
    to Members and Friends of the
    CUBAN HEBREW
    CIRCLE OF MIAMI
    RABBI and MRS.
    DOV ROZENCWAIG
    DR. and MRS.
    IRVING LEHRMAN
    and Their Children
    Extend Best Wishes for a
    JOYOUS NEW YEAR
    to Temple Emanu-El
    and
    To All Their Friends of the
    Greater Miami Community
    DR. and MRS.
    HERBERT BAUMGARD
    and FAMILY
    fnW Hesrffelf
    HEW YlUt MEETINGS
    to ifce Members ef
    Temple Beth Am
    SOUTH MIAMI
    and fe the
    Greater Miami Jewish Community
    DR. and MRS.
    JOSEPH R. NAROT
    Extend to all Jewry and
    particularly the members of
    TEMPLE ISRAEL of
    GREATER MIAMI
    Sincere Wishes for
    A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
    NEW YEAR
    RABBI and MRS.
    SIMON APRIL
    and Family
    Wish for the Members of
    TEMPLE BETH TOV
    and for All Jewry
    A Year of Peace and Joy
    DR. and MRS.
    MAX LIPSCHITZ
    and Family
    01
    Temple Beth Torah
    Extend Best Wishes for the
    New Year
    to the entire
    Jewish Community
    RABBI and MRS.
    EUGENE LABOVITZ
    and Family
    Extend Best Wishes to the
    Officers and Members of
    TEMPLE NER TAMID
    and to the Jewish Community
    for a Happy and
    Prosperous New Year
    RABBI and MRS.
    TIBOR H. STERN
    AND FAMILY
    wish
    JACOB C. COHEN
    SYNAGOGUE
    and its affiliate groups
    A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
    NEW YEAR
    DR. and MRS.
    LEON KRONISH
    and Family
    Wish for the Members and
    Officers of Temple Beth Sholom,
    Jewry at large, and all
    humanity a year of fulfillment
    and peace.
    RABBI and MRS.
    JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY
    and FAMILY
    extend Best Wishes for a
    Ksivah Vachasimo Tovah to
    the Officers, Members, Wor-
    shippers and Sisterhood of
    Congregation Beth Tfilah
    and to Klal Yisroel
    Bo-oretz U-Bagole.
    RABBI and MRS.
    MAYER ABRAMOWrrZ
    and Family
    Extend Best Wishes for
    HAPPY NEW YEAR
    to the members of
    Temple Menorah
    and to All Jewry
    RABBI and MRS.
    MORRIS A. KIPPER
    and FAMILY
    Extend Best Wishes to the
    Members and Officers of
    TEMPLE JUDEA
    Its Sisterhood and the Greater
    Miami Jewish Community for
    a Happy New Year
    RABBI and MRS.
    ABRAHAM
    WEINSCHNEIDER
    and FAMILY
    wish a Happy New Year
    to members of
    Jacob C. Cohen
    Community Synagogue
    and to all of
    Greater Miami Jewry
    RABBI and MRS.
    RALPH GLIXMAN
    and Family
    Extend Best Wishes for a
    HAPPY NEW YEAR
    to Memoers and Friends of the
    TEMPLE OR OLOM
    and to All Jewry
    RABBI and MRS.
    RALPH KINGSLEY
    Extend Best Wishes for a
    Hapoy Now Year
    To The Members and all its
    Affiliates of
    TEMPLE SINAI
    North Dade
    And the Greater Miami
    Jewish Community
    RABBI and MRS.
    AVROM L. DRAZIN
    wish a Happy New Year
    to members of
    THE ISRAELITE CENTER
    and the Jewish Community
    of Greater Miami


    Page 14-D
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    Friday. September 20, 1968
    SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY
    PAUL BARNETT SOL SCHREIBER
    BARNETT'S OFFICE SUPPLY
    DADE COUNTY
    228 N. E. 59th Street
    Telephone 754-3457
    Miami Downtown Store Miami Beach Store
    134 N.E. 1st Street 1608 Washington Ave.
    Weeks Bottle Gas & Appliance Co
    Holiday Greetings to All
    Bill Stern, Manager
    2828 N.W. 17th Ave.
    Phone 635-1395
    NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL ..
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    GABLES
    LINCOLN MERCURY CO.
    4001 PONCE DE LEON BOULEVARD, CORAL GABLES
    Best Wishes for the Holiday Season
    KNICKERBOCKER MEATS, INC.
    Miami, Floa. New York, N.Y.
    Arthur Mark Al Fenkell
    NEW YEAR GREETINGS FROM
    E. "Buck" Leatherman
    Clerk of Circuit Court
    HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
    CaMle Harbor Sail Itoals tat*.
    RENTALS + SALES
    INSTRUCTION BY GEORGE AND NELL CASTLE
    Dinner Key Charter Boat Docks Ph. 448-3212
    EVENINGS 665-4719
    HOLIDAY GREETINGS
    AAA IITTIII MJIYH I
    130 N.E. 2nd AVENUE
    FR 9-0041
    HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
    i \ivi:iksai. \iicric hi
    PARTS. IXf.
    OF HIALEAH
    HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
    ALL A 111 PICOIM 4 IS |\ .
    Mr. and Mrs. Harry Baumann and Daughter, Teddi
    4102 East 11th Ave., Hialeah MU 8-4022
    GREETINGS
    DIXIE FARMS PRODUCTS
    WHOLESALE MEATS and PROVISIONS
    519 N.W. 23rd Street Phona FR 14494
    archeology rescues history
    Continued From Page 13-D
    came clear that some of the accepied theories
    about the history of the area would have to be
    modified as. for example, in the ca.-e of the Via
    Maris It was always assumed that one of the
    main routes linking Egypi with Mesopotamia
    passed through the Golan by way of the present
    highway from (iesher B"not Yaakov to Damascus.
    The survey found no evidence and no ancient
    sites to support this theory. The "\idence col-
    lected seems to indicate that the Via Mari-
    went by the southern slopes of the Golan along
    the Yannuk River and northwards on the edge
    oi the desert to Damascus.
    Among the outstanding remains of the reui rti
    are the group of dolmens and structures which
    cover the extensive fields in the area. Of special
    interest is a large meualithic structure at Rujm
    lliri built in concentric circles. It could not be
    determined to what period these structures be-
    long but they must have been awe-inspiring to
    the early Israelites coming from their wander-
    ings in the desert. They could ascribe such huge
    structures only In the Anakim or ginnis
    Although inhabited also in the Canaanitc pe-
    riod, the Golan reached the height of prosperity
    and extensive settlement following Kim; Herod's
    extensive activity in the re ;ion which was hLs
    royal domain. Remains of many synag>gus u,.it-
    recorded in various sites. Typical Jewish sym-
    bols such as bunches of grapes, vine leaves, palni
    branches and pomegranates carved on ashlar
    stones were found in many places. Hebrew in.
    scriptions which testify to the existence of a
    learned community vere found at various sites
    In Sinai the challenge to the archeologist is
    even greater than in other areas. To this day
    scholars are not agreed on the route of the
    Exodus and the site of Mt. Sinai. Argument-
    have been marshaled for the northern route
    from present-day Kantara. along the Mediter-
    ranean coast to El Arish and Gaza, and for the
    southern route by way of the traditional Mt Sinai
    at whose foot a Christian monastery exhibits the
    burning bush. A survey team is now examining
    the northern route in an attempt to determine
    whether any sites along these routes were in
    habited in ancient times. It may well Ik- neces
    saiv to carry out archeological excavations to
    obtain final prool.
    Israeli archeologists are just beginning to
    approach the new horizons which hold great
    promise and exciting rewards.
    CLAIRE WILDER'S
    BEACH DUPLICATING SERVICE
    600 Lincoln Rd. Miami Beach
    Phone: 532-2868
    ALL GOOD WISHES FOR A HAPPY
    NEW YEAR
    Mr. *V >lrs. Bernard II. Kaplan
    and Fainilv
    HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
    WELL BILT PRODUCTS, INC.
    5561 N.W. 36th Avenue, Miami
    Phone 635-5276
    Holiday Greetings to All
    AETNA SECURITIES CORPORATION
    We specialize in Over-The-Counter Stocks & Bonds
    MIAMI BEACH 220 71st Street 865-3751
    NEW YORK CITY 111 Broadway WO 4-6400
    TO ALL .GREETINGS
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    65 N.E. 23rd Street FR 9-5653
    HAKKY eiNIT, PresMenf
    HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL .
    DADE RESTAURANT REPAIR SHOP
    Ted and Dorothy Patterson, Owners
    Repair and Overhaul of Hotel A Restaurant Equipment
    2319 N.W. 7th Avenue, Miami 33127 Phone FR 9-6127
    MR. and MRS. ALEX SCHNEIDMAN
    WISH THEIR RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
    A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
    A HAPPY NEW YEAR
    And
    Good Wishes to All
    HAMMJKV OF
    MIAMI. MNC.
    2250 N. MIAMI AVE.
    FR 1-8089
    Jacob Kaufman &
    Aaron Schnider, Partners
    NEW YEAR GREETINGS
    PHYLLIS DEE INC.
    6831 N.W. 37th COURT
    MIAMI, FLORIDA
    Phone 691-5840
    GREETINGS TO
    ALL MY FRIENDS and CUSTOMERS
    .... from JULIUS KESDEN
    J & J DRUG DEPT. STORE
    Complet. Drug O.pirtmcnl"
    1410 N.W. 62nd STREET
    - 691-2001 -
    Mr. & Mrs. David Kaplan
    and Children Monroe,
    Olivia and Marshall
    extend to all their Relatives
    and Friends A Very Happy
    NEW YEAR
    HOLIDAY GREETINGS
    from
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    AGES
    604 LINCOLN ROAD
    ELI LINIADO
    Holiday Greetings From
    Venetian Gulf
    Service Station
    Washing and Lubrication
    Phone JE 8-9159
    DADE BOULEVARD
    AT VENETIAN CAUSEWAY
    RAY PERCEFUL, Proprietor
    Holiday Greetings From .
    TOWN DRUGS, INC.
    5350 PALM AVENUE
    HIALEAH
    Phone: 681-3S61


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    JERUSALEM. .
    20 years of progress. .
    Special to Jewish Floridian
    The dynamic development of Israel has received a doosi during
    It! 20 years from Trans World Airlines, which on Jan. 5. 1947. con-
    nected the country via air with the United Stateswhile it was still
    Palestine.
    U.S. Israel traffic has jumped 1.000 percent on TWA's trans-
    atlantic routes since that day. and the number of scheduled flights has
    increased from one a week to 11. including direct flights from such
    cities as New York. Washington. DC. Boston. Dayton and Los Angeles.
    In 1947 the airline's piston-propelled Constellation took some 35 '
    boun in elapsed time to fly between Los Angeles and Israel. Today's
    Boeing jets make the trip in 18 hours and 25 minutes elapsed $me.
    Originally the transcontinental and transatlantic segments of the
    flights required numerous stops, including one at Gander. Newfound-
    land for refueling. Today. TWA operates daily flights between Los
    Angeles and Tel Aviv, with stops at New York and Rome.
    From the outset Israel has been part of the TWA west coast Far
    East flight patterns. Today's Tel Aviv bound U.S. traveler can stop at
    Athens. Paris. Frankfurt. Zurich or Geneva, and he can continue east
    1o Bombay. Bangkok and Hong Kong.
    Shortly after the introduction of commercial-jet service in the late
    1950s. TWA was operating the 600-mph aircraft on its U.S. Israel
    routes, and by 1961 had switched to an all-jet operation on all of its
    transatlantic flights. In April 1967 the airline went all jet domestically
    as well as internationally.
    Throughout its almost 22 years of service to the Holy Land. TWA
    has played an important role in developing the strong economic and
    cultural ties that bind the United State; and Israel. At the same time
    the airline has reduced passenger fares and freieht rales while gen-
    erating new tourist traffic through such features as excursion fares.
    roup fares and in-flight entertainment, which was pioneered by TWA.
    Many U.S. tourists plan itineraries combining Israel with other
    world centers. The structure of TWA's international routes and the
    economic attraction of 1968 fares comb:ne to provide the kind of flexi-
    bility in tour packaging that meets a wide range of travel preferences
    and budgets.
    With 34 US. and 25 foreign cities on the TWA map. the airline
    offers various tours that link major U.S. cities. Tel Aviv and other
    European points.
    In addition. TWAwith its newly-acquired partner. Hilton Inter-
    nationalis offering a seven-day tour this year with accommodations
    at the Tel Aviv Hilton which overlooks the Mediterranean on one side
    and the city skyline on the other.
    This group tour is in addition to many others (at substantial sav-
    ings) promoted by TWA to Israel, the Holy Land and the Eastern
    Mediterranean area. These trips include visits to Greece. Italy and
    Turkey.
    Israel and TWA both have developed rapidly during the last 20
    years. Israel has grown into a viable member of the world family of
    nations and TWA a leader among international airline-.
    IN MARTYR'S FOREST on the road from Tel Aviv to
    Jerusalem, a tree has been planted for every Jew
    killed in Europe. Contributions for the forest were re-
    ceived from Jews throughout the world. Philip Geary,
    associate director of Air World Education from Trans
    World Airlines, is pictured during recent visit to Israel.
    Fridcy. September 20, iggo
    Welcome to the world of
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    "(Jewish Floridlian
    Miami Florida, Friday, September 20. 1968
    Section E
    At the beginning of this New Year we list for you in this section
    The 16
    Jewish Holidays
    and Fast Davs

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    -!..y of the year the Lord judges each individual. Jewa
    i'..-t all day, confess and repent, and a-k pardon from the
    l..rd and from their fellow men. In turn, they freely for
    give their neighbors. At night, with a cleansed heart, they
    k forward to a good new life.
    iTOO
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    celebrate the ancient fruit harvest ill the Holy Land
    lew.' everywhere hinld Sukkot (temporary booths) hung
    with fruits and flowers, remembering that the Israelites
    lived in flimsy hooths during their desert wandering!
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    Oci I?. 1968 The Torah (Five Boob ol Mo*e)
    i- read in its entirety each year. On tin- happy day.
    cadine i- completed and begun anew The
    "- arc carried around the synagogue in
    Tiii- children participate and receive
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    New Year Greetinqs Greetings from A HAPPY NEW YEAR
    TO OUR CUSTOMERS from ELI QUAIN
    AND FRIENDS HAROLD'S
    Whatever the Sport-We FLOWER SHOP FRUIT
    Furnish the Equipment Harold and Jack FAIR
    KIMBALLS Krongold MiamiMiami Beach 1654 COLLINS AVE. F&F STORE
    | IN THE HEART OF TOWN JE 4-2907 215 LINCOLN ROAD
    I Headquarters for All Sporting Equipment
    GREETINGS TO All SEASON'S GREETINGS
    - 1 FR 4-3374 or FR 4-4712 ROBIN PHARMACY NEWMAN, BURk & COMPANY
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    PARKING IN REAR 1538 DuPont Bldg.
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    A HAPPY NEW YEAR Ml. LEO CIMENT
    I Henry Greenbaum Modern t ihi
    r^ And Children Fruit Shippers DIXIE PICTURE FRAME CO.
    Alan and Geri 1319 WASHINGTON AVE. EXTENDS
    4- MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
    Wish Their Relatives and tr> All His Friends and Patrons
    1 Friends A Happy New Year Phone 538-0135
    HOLIDAY GREETINGS
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    DEALER CALL: MIAMI N.W. 207th St.
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    i DORWIN'S TO ALL MY PRINTING
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    DRIVE-IN WINDOWS WEEK DAYS 8 A.M. to 4 P.M.
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    TO ALL GREETINGS
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    2328 N. Federal Hwy., Dania Phone 525-5222
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    1650 N.E. 124th Street, Miami Ph. 751-2485
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    Bill Flynn's
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    15295 South Dixie Highway
    Phone: 235-3227
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    LADIES HANDBAGS MANUFACTURERS
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    TO YOU AND YOURS NEW YEAR GREETINGS
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    Holiday Greetinqs From .
    CARLSON
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    CO., INC.
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    TO ALL HAPPY NEW YEAR
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    HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
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    Wish to express best wishes for a Most Happy New Year
    to their many friends in Greater Miami, and to the
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    Dec. 16 through Dec. 2), 1968. On Chanukah. the Maccahee- -
    the Temple from the Svn.in conqucru'- At it- rededication only e-
    pure oil m foond to light the Holy Lamp for ore day. Miracu:
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    one candle on the Merorah. adding another each day
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    PHONE: 444-7481 Relatives and Friends
    Phone: 221-4772
    HOLIDAY GREEilNGS HAPPY NEW YEAR

    FROM i Mrs. Sally Gardner Josefs
    ZIPP SPORTI\G GOODS Pastry Shop
    Winner of 1 $? and two 2nd
    7230 Red Road. So Miami mints usi wtsnts ton a um NSW riAl Silver Medalf in the C'j'inary Art Show a* M a Auditorium i960
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