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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
15 1968

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

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

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University of Florida
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"dewish Floridian

Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
lume 41 Number 46
Miami, Florida. Friday, November 15,
1968
Two Sections Price 20c

Israel Would Yield On Political' Boundaries
JERUSALEM f.TTA* i>ri., j_ a:_____ .
J JERUSALEM, (JTA) Prime
inister Levi Eshkol indicated this
Meek that Israel may be prepared
to return portions of the West
A.i nk to Jordanian political so-
rreignty but made it clear that
rael will never allow the military
I rces of Jordan or any other na-
tion west of the Jordan River
Mr. Eshkol speaking in reply to
( -lions in the Knesset drew a
'distinction between what he called
'Security boundaries" and "poli-
: boundaries." He said the Jor-
dan River must remain the "secu-
rity boundary" of Israel whatever
political boundaries might be
drawn up in the future. He added
that he could not envisage a stale
of affairs in which military bases
of one state would lie within the
sovereign territory of another
state.
Observers here believed Mr
Eshkol was alluding to a plan at-
tributed to Deputj Prime Minister
Yigal Allon which would partition
the West Bank between Arab areas
Jewish Contingent In
House Is Unchanged
and Israeli security zones along
the West Bank of the Jordan
Defense Minister Moshe Dayan,
in replying to Knesset questions,
said progress in Arab-Israeli rela-
tions were being made on the West
Bank desoite Arab demonstrations
and business strikes.
He said that local Arab lea ler-
ship has nude clear its opposition
to public demonstrations which he
described as "merely school-bo\
process ons He -aid local lead
ers were in control of the di
strators in all West Bank towns ex-
cept Nablus.
In another development. Gen.
Dayan proposed creation of a sin-
gle economic unit stretching from
Gaza to Jerusalem and including
Beersheba and the West Bank town
of Hebron in which all inhabitant,
would share public services, utili-
ies, and water resources. Gen.
Dayan spoke al a meeting ol
B i she a Lai or Counc I, (1
Israelis should not fear domir I
I y Arabs in the area because I
tt VSHINGTON, (JTA) There
ill be no change in the size of
Jewish contingent in the House
Representatives in the 91st Con-
!. All the Jewish members of
|he House in the old Congress were
ted with the exception of
ep. Herbert Tenzer, of New York,
i retired, Rep. Tenzer's teal
(as won by Allard K. I.owenstein.
young Democrat who sparked
1 McCarthy anti-war campaign.
Two Jewish members of the Sen-
'.nob K. Javits. New York lit
'lican. and Abraham Ribicoff.
i nit Democrat, won re-
ection by large majorities. Sen.
frnesl Gruening, Alaska Demo-
fat, was defeated in the primaries
renomination and failed in a
kite-In attempt
Jewish Congressmen are
ts except Rep. Seymour
the only Republican Con
man elected from New York
|'y Rep. Emanuel Celler, 80,was
elected to his L'-lth tern; and will
ntinue to serve as dean of the
ise
[\' a York Congressmen reflect-
include Heps. Celler. Leonard
Jrbstein, Seymour Halpern. Lea-
Wolff, Benjamin Rosenthal.
Podell. James Seheuer,
Jacob Gilbert and Richard Otting-
er. Other Jewish Congressmen re-
elected were Rep. Sidney Yaies.
Illinois; Charles Joelson, New Jer-
sey; Samuel Priedel, Maryland and
Joshua Eilberg, Pennsylvania.
Judge Frank I.icht. a prominent
member of the Providence Jewish
community, won election as Gov-
ernor of Rhode Island, defeating
Gov. John II Chaffee, Republican
The Governor-elect, who is 52. was
hi Associate Justice of the Su-
perior Court Ol Rhode Island and
was a member of the State Senate.
outnumber them. Rather, he said.
Israel should treat the local popula-
tion as citizens of Israel, although
it cannot force Israeli citizenship
upon them.
Gen. Dayan said he did not wan*.
1 an E yptian army hack in
Gaza or a Jordanian Army in He-
br 'ii "We .,'. now in a transil
en w ar ai >. c and
we inn-: take a I
lo win over ill
fontinued on Page 15-A
PROSPECTS UNDER NIXON
New Mideast
Initiative Due
By MILTON FRIEDMAN
JTA Staff Correspondent
from the Arab-Israel conflict, is
regarded .*- a menace to natu.
PRESIDENJELECT NIXON
o\ !" J N l'"A'- ^en The United States may also fake
Richard M Nixon takes the oalh of a more explicit stand than hither-
OKlCe as President of the United o on ihe denial of religious and
States on Jan. 20. the U.S. com- cultural rieht. to Soviet Jewry and
mitment to the survival of Israel the official anti-Semitism in Po-
win continue unaffected, if any- land,
thing a studj ol Mr. Nixon's dee-
New York Police Probe
Bomb Attack On Yeshiva
larations and campaign pledg<
Israel and the Mi Idle E si
cate that commitment maj
strengthened. I he Nix m Adminis-
tration may put more stress on
providing Israel with the sophisti
The r.. rrow margin ol Mr Nix-
on's \ ii irj in : cal a
and ( I
' on and seeking
nsus but reservin
' make kej decisions on M Idle
cated weaponry needed to main- F-'~'- '''' Easl and ither reign
tain military superiority over its policj matters
hostile neighbors. ,-,,, .
America maj take .ter de- ?J I .. *,", po,nl "::' '
certainly it will manifest a harder strongest Mend be ":
f outrage." The Mayor asked Po- parents' custody pVnding "an"ap. ""? '*"d J** pansion in reelected. The new Presided
actr^fs:;:;,!;r:;;;;-,;'!;;wil1 have*^ **s
h. apart Continued on Page 11-A
NEW YORK (JTA) A fire- us 50 youngsters were involved
bomb attack that severely dam- Three 14-year old and one 15-year-
aged a Brooklyn Yeshiva was de- old were charged with juvenile de-
nounced by Mayor John V. Lind- linquency in connection with the
V thi- week as "a deliberate act attack and were released in their
1 THIS ISSUE
4-A People-Placet 7-B
' Mitzvah 12-b Peal Estate 11.B
:k Review 11A Round Town 13-B
-aiight'nq 10A Sermon 10-A
en 4.A Sneider 7-A
10-B Synagogues 10-A
; 4-A Torah 10-A
J.igem'ts 8-B TV 10-A
aturei 14.A Weddings 8-B
" m ,i o 8-B Woman's
'.u Iry 14-B World 5-B
Leary to give top priority to an in- accretion of Soviet naval
vest -ation of the incident and to In an adjacent neighborhood. ,lu' Mediterranean whlcl
report to him within two weeks. ,ne Mayor and his party visited ir ik -X- +
the Ali I'/er Vochiva uihlnh .>. M
Israeli Political Circles
Welcome Nixon Election
the Ali Ezer Yeshiva, which was
Mayor Lindsay and four aides severely damaged by its second
visited the fire-blackened premises tire this year. After surveying the
Of Yeshiva Torah Yodaath. located damage, Mayor Lindsay said that
in the Parkville section of Brook- if a probe indicates arson, he will
lyn in an all-white neighborhood, see to it that the police take prompt
accompanied by Rabbi Chaim U. action.
Lipschitz. vice president of the
school. The school was attacked a
year ago also, and there have been
other incidents regarded as anti-
Semitic during the year.
Police said more than a dozen
youths, all whites, hurled rocks.
Rabbi Saul Wolf, who showed ,^ ^ ',',,, .T^'t '" "* MWdle **
-he Mayor through the burnedou, ^'V^r^iv", !i ,^ J*f *Vf*I ^
interior, estimated the damage at political circles. The consensu S if f^'.....'': VIr' Nh
$180,000. He said an insurance seemed to be that the President- LCCeSsful Ie',,1 -r Eta '1? :"
company was offering only sao.000 ^sincere J- jMJjJ ,h S
an forces of freedom throu .
Lipschitz said he believed as many funds to rebuild the school
JDC REPORT
in settlement. Mayor Lindsay sug-
eggs and fire bombs in a 10-minute Rested that he and some private Jnd wL is aSy^w^re .Mbe the wor,d-
attack on the Yeshiva. but Rabbi persons might be able to raise menace of the growing Soviet mili The P""**" : he had 'foal
j dedication to stability and
in the Middle East and if your
friendsh'p for Israel re-bor i '
Stress nas put on Mr Six
public advocacy of miiitan su
periority over Ih '
sources predicted that a Nixon Ad-
ministration you'd pro* i
States weap n i even be
torn Jets to serve a- a d : rent I
Arab aggre s;on ind to ofi e' the
flow of So\ el o \
countries
As President. Mr. Nixon v -
Committee said here this week "SLnLi"!!" r""-'. "M"*. ,p?^' '."? 3~* in nf',',, overses. he pected to be no le*s adamant than
curta.led or ehm.nated, Ihe JDC Joint Distribution Committee funds I'.esdent Johnson on th,
"Emergencies such as the mi- '*' sa,d a statement made are mainly received from United Soviet direct intervention
gration ol over 2.000 Jews from press conference following Jewish Appeal of America, and"aid -iwh Soviet action iccur :>
Poland following a renewed out ,hre* ays of discussions at the
break of ant Semiti-ni and the annual JDC overseas conference).
fligtlI oi 4,000 Jews from CiechO-
Crises Of War Left Jews Helpless
GENEVA Thousands of Jews from ongoing programs." Mr. He Iran. American communal leaders
throughout the world went without her stated. and representatives of cooperating
the help hey needed in 1968 as a As erv agencies to review developments
re,ulto the series of crises touched bri ljfe.saving and ,ife.giving in 11.68 and plan the budget for
off by the Six Day War in Israel. ... .... ". 3 ."'" i, ,.,,,,,,,, ,..,..r
c i, help to children, the aged, the sick R tomini, jur.
Samuel L. Haber. executive vice ... ..._ ... i ..
chairman of the Joint Distribution ,he dT v .Tl d!' Thc major wclfare asenc-v aid"
capped, have had to be postponed, ing Jews in need overseas, the
SAUVfl HABER
ome 330,000 Jews in 27 countries ed sources said,
Also participating in tlie press doubt that th
uigui ui t,uuu jews irani ,cvitu- me meeting brought together conference was Louis D Horwitz confronted K United S
Slovakia al cr the Sovi I invasion he directors ol JDC programs in ol Geneva, director-general of the in the Mediterranean
have :. I us to divert lund.- Europe, Israel. North Africa and joint Distribution Committee he Sixth i el


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SCA Warning Hits
School Controversy
NEW YORK (JTA> The Syria
gut) Council of America charged
this week that "irresponsible and
reckless individuals" had exploited
the iensions of the New York City
ichOoJ dispute and warned there
U a danger that disputes in
.America's major cities might "de-
teriorate into black-white and
Negro-Jewish confrontations'"
In a policy statement endorsed
by the national synaoxvjue and rab-
binic agencies of Conservative, Or-
thodox and Reform Judaism, the
SCA said exploitation of the school
dispute issues to fan anti-Semitic
Mixed Marriage
^Ceremony Scored
is 'Hypocrisy9
I NEWARK, N.J. fJTAl The
'Board of Rabbis of Essex County.
N.J., ha- warned couples in mixed
marriages not to be 'deluded into
Ihe false assumption that they
have been married accordmg to
*he Jewish rite" even if their wed
.ling was .1 religious ceremony per
lormed by a rabbi
The warning was contained in a
Ftatemenl signed by 24 rabbis
vhich appeared in the Jewish News
i Newark as an advertisement. It
oted that "mixed marriage is a
growing tact in American-Jewish
ife" and that some families desir-
ng a "face-saving solution" seek
ut a rabbi who will officiate at
.iich a ceremony
"No rabbinic body. Orthodox.
Conservative or Reform, either in '
the past or present, has ever ap-
proved of a rabbi officiating at a ,
mixed marriage." the statement
said, "The very blessing essential'
to a Jewish marriage ceremony,
including the formula. Thou art'
consecrated to me according to
he law of Moses and Israel.' make I
he ceremony of mixed marriage
in act of hypocrisy Let not our
people, and particularly our young
H'ople, be misled by the perform-
.nee of such Jewish religious cere-
monies '
and racial animosities was "poi-
soning the atmosphere of public
discussion and striking at the roots
of our existence as a community."
The statement asserted that the
school controversy, in which public
schools have been closed 24 out of
35 days since the fall term began,
resulted from the clash of "legiti-
mate interests. To discuss the le-
gitimate goals of the Teachers
I'nion as motivated by anti Negro
racism is a- false and nnrn iral as
to distort the legitimate interests
of the Ocean Hill Brownsville local '
board and as anti-white racism or
anti-Semitism," the SCA said.
Rabbi Henry Sievjman. SCA ex-
ecutive vice president, said that the
school dispute had assumed "impli-
cations" of national concern "Gen-
uine conflicts of interest must be ;
recognixed for what they are be- i
fore we can deal with them intl-
ligently," he added. "Nothing
would be more tragic than to have j
disputes that are bound to arise in
New Yorlc and other major cities
deteriorate into black-white and
Negro-Jewish confrontations."
I
Deploring the injection of arm
Semitic elements into the school
conflict, the SCA urged responsible
leaders in all segments of the com-
munity to condemn such tactics
and to dissociate themselves from ,
i hem
Jews In Tokyo Dedicate
New Synagogue Building
TOKYO (JTA)The Jewish com-
munity of Tokyo dedicated a new j
synagogue this week and accepted
a new Sefer Torah from Israel
given by its president. Shoul N.
Eisenberg
ISRAELIS DEFENDED THEIR
LAND AND LIVES...
STAND BEHIND THEM...
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Forty Miami Leaders In CJFWF Delegation
KABBI MAX UKCmZ
Polish Jews Brace
For 'Show' Trials,
Anti-Zionist Drive
LONDON (JTA) Polish Jews
are fearful of a new "anti-Zionist"
campaigna euphemism for offi-
cially inspired anti-Semitismas a
result of the trial of 26 univers.n
students and lecturers arrested in
hist March's student demonstra-
tions, which is slated to begin this
month. Sixteen of the students are
Jews accused of a "Zionist conspir-
acy" to overthrow the Warsaw re-
gime
According to Lajoa Lederer, writ-
ing in the Sunday Observer, the
proceedings will amount to a "show
trial" intending to link the ac-
cused with anti-Communist and so
called counter-revolutionary forces
abroad. Most of the defendants arc
alleged to have signed confessions
already providing "irrefutable evi-
dence" of connections with student
organisations in West Germany,
w ith Israel and with the Join) Dis
tribution Committee, Mr Lederer
M rote
The trial, coming after a purge
Jewish intellectuals and p.my
officials, is bound to force Po-
land's remaining .lews to leave the
country, Mr Lederer said adding
thai passport applications by Po-
Jews have increased to more
n 10,000 in the past two wi
\( c irding to reports !;.-: week
ii Pra [u Ciei hoskn akian au-
I arc being forced b> the
S"\- et I'nion to prepare "show
trials" of liberals and Jews to
prove tin' existence ol a "Zionist
conspiracy" and thereby justify
last August's Soviet-led invasion
and occupation of Czechoslovakia.
A group of more than 40 com-1
munity leaders from Miami are
attending the 37th General Assem-;
bly of the Council of Jewish Fed-
erations and Welfare Funds being
held this weekend in Atlanta. Ga.
More than 1500 delegates from the
United States and Canada are ex-
pected to attend the five-day
meeting.
The Council is the national head-
quarters for 222 community organi-
sations providing health, welfare,
educational and medical services
to more than 800 Jewish communi-
ties throughout North America.
The Greater Miami Jewish Fed-
eration is the local agency of the
Council, which assists its members
in the areas of budgeting, fund-
raising, community organization,
personnel and public relations.
Habbi Max A. Lipschitz. spiritual
leader of Beth Torah Congregation,
North Miami Beach, will be pre-
sented with the Federation's Rab-
West Germany's
Justice Minister
Arrives In Israel
JERUSALEM (JTA)West Ger-
many's Minister of Justice, Dr.
Gustav lleinemann, said on his
arrival here this week that his
Social Democratic Party would
take the initiative shortly to post-
pone the effective date of the
statute of limitations on war crimes
prosecutions or to abolish the stat-
ute altogether.
Dr. lleinemann. who is visiting
Israel as a guesl of the govern-
ment, ha- lorn; favored abolition
The statute is supposed to take
effect Dec. 31. 1989, after which
new cases against war criminals
involved in crimes ol murder can
n il be initiated.
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Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky
Phone JE 1-3595
45 MICHIGAN AVE., MIAMI BEACH
binical Award at the Assembly.
State Senator-elect Kenneth My-
ers will be a panelist in an Assem-
bly session concerning "Statewide
Cooperation for Improved Public
Welfare."
Mrs. Sidney M Schwartz will be
a discussion leader in the Women's
Division Seminar on the "Role for
Women's Divisions in the Urban
Crisis and with College Youth."
Others attending the General
Assembly lrom Miami will include
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brickman.
Dr. Sol Center, Mr. and Mrs. Ed-
ward Eisenberg, Mr. and Mrs.
Walter S. Falk. Mr. and Mrs. Leon
Fisher, Mrs. Sol Goldstein, Mrs.
Milton S. Green, Mr. and Mrs. Sid-
ney Lefcourt, Mrs. Burton Levey.
Stanley C. Myers. Mr. and Mrs
Maurice Pearlstein, Mendell M.
Selig, Mr. and Mrs. Morton Silber-
man. Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thurman. Mr
and Mrs Robert H. Traurig. Mr.
and Mrs. Howard J Trinz, Mrs
Sylvia Weinberger and Dr and
Mrs. Jack Skeigen.
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the United States; Louis J. Fox of
Baltimore, president of the Coun-
cil ol Jewish Federations and Wel-
fare Funds: Max M. Fisher ol IK
troit. vice president ol the Council
and chairman of Detroit's urban
coalition "New Detroit"; Kdward
Ginsburg of Cleveland, general
chairman. United Jewish Appeal:
and Samuel Haber of New York,
executive vice chairman. Ameri-
can Jew ish Joint Distribution Com-
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Vo'ume 41
1963
N iml :
Presidentelect Nixon
Heeds Full Support
Jews throughout '.he cout.
joined with millions ci their fell
Americans in offering proven Ear
the welfare and success of Rich
M. Nixon whc taken the oa'h of of-
fice en January 20 as the 37th Presi-
dent of the Unit o?.
Very few men have ascended to
the highest ofiice in the land at a
more crucial period in'history.
P!cTgu?d by the ever-present dang-
er of a nuclear conflict that could be
triggered in any one of many parts
of the world, the United States is in
the midst of a war that is sapping
the notion's strength.
Here at home the new adminis-
tration will be confronted with the
task of bringing together a nation
thct had been torn apart by a variety
o: issues ranging from racial strife to
foreign policy.
The new President deserves the
chance to face the trials and ordeal
of the Presidency and is entitled to
the support of all who consider them-
selves open minded.
The new President deserves the chance to
face the trials and ordeal of the Presidency and
is entitled to the support of all who consider
themselves open minded.
Some American Jews worked and voted
.'or his election. Others opposed him. But the
time has come for the Jewish community along
with other communities that make up this na-
tion to strengthen Mr. Nixon's hand in his
efforts to unite the country and deal wi.h its
problems.
JIA
|OC/AN H'i.l-tlKow*SViU.r ,-fcjEM.i*
out the world to protest. He said he was "deeply
concerned by the resurgence of the Soviet ant:
Jewish propaganda campaign, thinly disgu sed
as anti-Zionism a campaign, thinly disgu'sed
ed in Communist countries in Eastern E.rooe.'
Close elections may be a political fact o;
life that we must learn to live with but Rirhar;
Nixcn now has a mandate for a new era of
leadership for our nation.
Americans of all faiths owe him the chance
to test himself against the challenge of the
Presidency and he is entitled to the encourage-
ment, cooperation and support of all of us.
Co!"mltn!en! T lsr!el..... Jewish Book Month
When he takes the oath of office Mr. Nixon
ascends to the Presidency more deeply com-
mited personally to the support of Israel than
any of his immediate predecessors.
While the Kennedy and Johnson Adminis-
trations favored a policy of ma;ntaining the
Arab-Israel arms balance, Mr. Nixon, at the
B'nai B'rith international convention in October
look the position that the United States must
tip the balance in Israel's favor.
He based his advocacy of clearcut Israeli
superiority on the premise that an exact balance
of power "would run the risk that potential
aggressors might miscalculate" and that the
situation "would offer them too much of a
temptation."
As President, therefore, Mr. Nixon would be
expected to receive Israel's requests for arms
assistance with greater understanding and less
concern for those factors that have inhibited
the Johnson Administration from dealing with
these requests.
*
Concern Over Soviet Jews
It is also worth noting that, as President, M'.
Nixon may not be bound by diplomatic niceties
and may express himself forcefully on the
treatment of Jews in the Communist states and
the discrimination against the Jewish religion
in the Soviet Union.
He told the American Jewish Conference on
Soviet Jewry in September that he deplored the
anti-Jewish discriminatory measures in the So-
/iet Union and called on humanitarians through-
An increasingly popular form of Jewi--'
cultural activity is the annual observance of
Jewish Book Month to be marked this yea-
from November 15 to December 15.
In the Greater Miami area, the Bureau o'
Jewish Education and numerous synaaog-e
groups and organizations have scheduled p
arams featuring various types of literary a~
tivity.
The theme of this year's observance is "R=>.
sistance and Redemption" recallina the aheto
uprisings by Jewish resistance fighters during
the Nazi occupation of Europe.
During the month long period, the reading
and study of the resistance movement will be
stressed.
While the goal of the Nazi "Final Solution-
was the annihilation ol both Jewish life and
culture, the resistance fighters dedicated their
efforts not only to saving lives but were equa'-
ly determined to preserve the Jewish heritage.
Numerous cases are on record of courageous
exploits by resistance fighters aimed at rescu-
ing sacred books and religious items from the
lames of the Nazi oppressors. The slogan of
Jewish Book Month this year is appropriately
The parchment bums but the letters soar ur>
ward. v
Our attention during the next four weeks
therefore should be directed to this important:
area of our nation's history.
In any case, works featured during Jewish
Book Month should be of the type that* will
fleet the meaning of our heritage and fields of'
genuine Jewish concern.
flatter of ^Jaci y,
JOSEPH M.S0P
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The President Elect
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pro .; eeti
II thi hoi
would
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Den
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r tasti as they i I surely
the> h.r.
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N'ix- .- today with
:: c d..\ > i fning;
and thi rey's cam-
was so si '. ;o get off the
-i nd was the i gocentric, If
fied posturing ol the 1* ft
dI his own party
Indeed, if President eli cl r
re in paj his most significant
I debts. Sen Eugene Mc
ly v v\ i It!
Ad on. A.
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m i
from
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iese I h o
and arc still a
leal less m| lant, thau the Did .,
which is the prospect >1 i
\ X..... ,.on.
one m
j sayii ...: Nixon
back fr >m the dephtht
aster .- quite iougl) In i
to prove th.it the Presi I
elect is an exceptional mar w
- accomplish* d i- trul>
markable. and the remai
character of hi> accomplih:n- I
ii also a major and encour..-
for the future.
That being s.i.d. howev r
real is all doubt and speculai
!' ii al this met. re no one ai
Continued on Page 8-A
v v
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omm*nt
u
EDWARD GOHEN
The Academic Mew
The problem with academicians
i- that tKy-are.
tade a note of that following
an. informal d'scussion with three
o. 'hem the night before they
'cciu a I .., le [si ii : ol Greater
Miami as the gui si lecturers on
' symposium "J m in the
L'niti d Sta-e.-: H y m i Assim la-
tjoi It was no surprise I
then re when ma: oi the 4 hi
guests privile cd to .
m this important cus ion of
An erica i Jewi h future re-
sj onded i.i the -an.,- manm r
The three d i n;ui-hed sociol-
'' to the Greater
Miami a' 'I ence a cold, hard lovk
at the life we lead as Jews todav
and left the questions to be an-
swered for us to answer while
they returned to the academic
groves to study more.
Sensing this. Nathan Glazer of
Harvard and Berkeley asked at
the close of a long and exciting
day if the effect of truth was to
make one inactive, and whether
the local people onlv saw the
problems in terms of implemen-
tation and thus became bogged
down?
What Glazer and Morris Jano-
Wttt, cha-rman of the Department
of sociology at the University of
Chicago, and Marshall SklareYe-
shiva University sociologist did
was to expose a number of the
m.vths of present-day Jewish life
in their papers and in their re-
sponses to acute questionin : For
some who have given the ques-
tion of Jewish survival more than
a cursory look the paths to follow
are quite clear even if the end ;-
not certain.
Federation leader and pio
Stanley Myers. Federation
er and pioneer, saw the day whi< I
Glai r called -a new form of
ish piety" as one which marked
beginning "because ii has
alerted us to the problems
was optimistic that the organized
Jewish communitythe agencies,
synagogues, ethnic group- a d
philanthropic leaders- u
I j their collective brain? of 1> a I
ership in cooperative actioi
find the necessary approac': -
all problems.
But for Bart I'deJ, the j I
American Jewish Committee vice
chairman, the objective appi
did not sufficeit was empt)
the emotion, the objective fd
ing which brings commitment.
Rather than look at the Judaism
which the experts agreed was to
day pretty much empty of con-
tent Glazer described our youth
in Salo Baron's term as "Invert-
ed Marranos," more outwardly
Jewish than inwardlyas well as
irrelevant, Udell preferred to
echo Heinrich Heine's statement:
"Freedom has always spoken
with a Hebrew accent." The first
thing to do, I'dell insisted. wa
to convince our,elves of our pur
pose as Jews.
Sklare teemed to me the one
with the greatest commitment,
despite his determination to point
out, "If everytb ng is o -too-1-
Continued en Pag M


Ty
Friday, November 15, 1968
-JrnMi fhrHltr
Paqe 5-A
Hebrew Academy To Install Officers
louis MfffwrTzn
Workmen's Circle
Urges 'Diplomacy'
For Mideast Peace
NEW YORK executive board of the Workmen's
Circle urged the t'n'ted States re-
cently to use its "diplomatic weap-
ons" to bring about Arab-Israeli
peace talks under the nine-point
program offered by Israel's For-
eign Minister Abba Eban in his
addres- before the I'nited Nations
Ceneral Assembly The Jewish la-
bor fraternal order also called on
the U.S. to continue military assist-
ance to Israel and condemned the
Soviet rearmament of the Arab
states "at a time when peace is so
essential to the Middle East."
The labor fraternal order, which
held i'- annual meeting here, con-
demned the anti-Semitism of some
Black Power militants, but urged
American Jews to continue the'r
support of civil rights for Negroes
and to reject attempts to "meet
Black} >wer with white backlash."
.io^'. ;.h Mlotek, educational di-
rector, called for a revision of so-
cial studUM curricula in American
primary schools, high schools and
colleges to include the contribu-
tions made by all ethnic groups in
the development of America. lie
said t.hat the contribution made by
American Jews in the past 300
years "should be given the promi-
nence it merits" in an expanded
American history curriculum.
He noted that primary and sec-
ondary schools maintained by the
Workmen's Circle have long been
teaching about the historical and
cultural contributions made by Ne-
groes and other ethnic groups in
the IS.
Louis Mertfftier, Mianii Beach
civc and rWifcibus leader, will be
installed a* pre^ideni brew Academy oi Greater M ami
during a Sunday night buffet sup-
per at the Guif American Bid.;.,
7880 Biscayne Blvd.
Mr. Merwltser resumes office
after a year during which a four-
man presidium served in place of
a president. He was elected unani-
mously at a meeting of the He-
brew Academy which, with 613
students, is the largest Hebrew
clay school in the Southeast.
Leonard Ro?en, a national lead-
er for Israel and Jewish causes,
will take office as chairman of the
board during Sunday's program,
which will be preceded by a cock-
| tail reception sponsored by Mr.
I Rosen and his brother, Julius
i (Jack) Rosen.
Mr. Merwitzer and Mr. Leonard
| Rosen have been among the prin-
i cipal contributors to the Hebrew
1 Academy during the past decade.
The Mesivta High School, affiliated
with the Hebrew Academy, is
named in honor of Mr. Merwitzer,
who served for seven years as
J.N.F. Builds Dams
On Golan Heights
JERUSALEM (JTAi The Jew-
ish National Fund has built two
experimental dams in the Golan
Heights for irrigation and Hood
prevention purposes. The Kuneitra
area has been subjected to Hoods
in the winter, and agriculture in
the region has been neglected I i
years because Syrians used the
Heights primaril) us a military
encampment.
A Nahal paramilitary settle
ment established shortly after
the Six-Day War near the hea I
a.i'c oi the Jordan River will
achieve kibbutz status 'hi- month
when it affiliates with Kibbutz
Art/i of the Hashomer Hatzair
movement The settlement occu-
pies ;i site formerly held by the
Syrian Army but on Israel- side of
the international boundary The
Jewish Agency's agricultural de-
partment will a>si.-t the settlers
unt'l sufficient land is made cul-
tivable to simoort them.
president of-uV Academy. ,
Mr. Rosen, president of Temple '
.VIenorah. was the general chair- :
man of the record-shattering Israel
Emergency Fund during June.
19U7 He has served in top national
leader-hip positions lor State of
Israel Bonds and the United Jew-
ish Appeal.
Other officers to be installed are
Irving Firtel. vice chairman; Dr. !
David S. Andron. Harry Genet and '
.$. I. Binder, honorary life presi-
dents.
Eight honorary vice presidents
were elected. They are Morris
Bienenfeld. Jacob Cohen, Charles
Fruchtman, Archie Greenberg, Ja-
cob Kaufman. Joseph Gonshor.
Charles Kalb and Raymond Rubin.
Vice presidents who will take of-
fice include Samuel Reinhard.
Oscar Mamber, Jacob Rifkin, Os-
car Shapiro. Joseph Cohen. Jack
S. Popick. Milton Kahn. George
Kimmel and Prof George Pickar.
Also to be in-tailed are Jerome
Bienenfeld, treasurer; Isidore Spoi-
ler, ass'stant treasurer; J, Jerry
Schechter. financial secretary;
Henry Penchansky. assistant finan-
c;al secretary; Dr. Matthew Zucker-
man, auditor; Seymour Eisenberg.
general secretary; Zvi Berger,
corresponding secretary; Moses
Grundwerg, assistant correspond-
ng secretary; Dr. Donald Kass.
medical advisor.
Berving r, the Board <>f director*
will In Bei lam v.....I. Abe Aranoff,
Hi im i.' I'.'.iii Herman Berk, Murrav
lierkou-iis, Rubin Blacker, Adolf
ill.nut. Carl BrandeB, Shepard Broad,
I"' I oul> V Itunlm. Irw In Chrlvtle,
\ ihan [>arnk> Max
11. i-oyenj. Maj or Jay
vjnrrl' i >' .
Milton Ehrenreii h, Her-
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Max iulmann. Mark I..
Manner, sidui-\ Rublnon-IU, .luliui-
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Bhaplrq, Rev. Joaeph Shapiro, Morrie
Silver, Bam Silver, Hyman s
Isaac Cnterman, Morris WaMman,
I'hlllp Vi'elwi, Joseph Weinberg*. Jerrj
VVitlela, Leonard Zllbert
Other directors are David Dank, Bam
Gordon, Simon Simonkovlc, Jom-ph
N'evel, Edward Olamter, Daniel Met-
rick, I.....nard Adler, Joseph Greet
pan, Howard Prledman, Paul Venae
Julius Rouen, Lester Bngel, Sanford
Rywell, and Peter Uoldruuj
Hebrew Academy trustees include
Joseph Applebaum, Malvin, BiiKland-
er, Morris Goldfarb, Benjamin Levin,
I >;t\-i Ponve, Morris Margenstern, Alexander
Moakovlta, s.-iul Nash, Howard Ral-
hy. David Rosner, Nathan Rolten-
l.i-rK. William Kuhtn. Siimui'l Bchandl-
er, Daniel Batln, Sam Shapiro. Gabriel
Shantsls, lr Nathaniel soroff, Jack
Stein, Jerry Sussnuvn and Max Tein-
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Friday. Ninb
Israel Foreign Ministry
^ucst At Ner Tanilil'lfenci dinner
Official Is
ll
AAUASSADO* WfTAMU 1(MKN
UJi. Launches
Pledge Redemption
trash Campaign'
NE* VOKK '.JTA>The I, rule**
J ~b Appeal .nuotnu-d a "cratii
<..-r:,.a.- tbii *eefc to raie MO
/-jli m jn cask 'luring the la-.t two
r otttfji o; 1801 to meet IraH'*
t, ,*i al -oc-iaJ -*Hfar- nmh
Accord.;; to Alber' B Adelman
B-ij-.nal chairman o( the UJA'>
Saab collection campaign, the drive
ill *-l( t/< redeem pledge- made
- rl:'-r through 'orarnuni!} cam-
paiK: throughout lh<- country on
txha.i ol the I rael Emeri;ea< >
i m< He .^tul lit': drive wouid alao
n-iit-: p.<'.,'!. to the regular L'JA
-n>ai.'.n which provjdei funds for
the ...-.intiwi- ol 300.000 Jew, in
30 tmj!:i ir; addffiOfl ; Uw pf ,
- '.': lor ]; .
In j mei j;i to lewish i ommu
rtj lea i. Mr Adelman said.
* n Ml i goal .rid attain it.
5irH-- otherwise L'JA cannot paati
b -i '."- con n itmenU Noting
tlu re *< re ao .; i peace
tlemenl in th- Middle East, he
l-.-i- I immediate concern
..' bet territOT)
her p>pl- To tail
train h<-r resource*
/'- a!! mean
a t he
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L.JA. in a
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.. ovreet
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a-', 'a.-.no' at the
time copt I the tren
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a bail nil kh in ml are I
d > ".'. 4 000 n<-*
an iJi :r, September the I'.IA
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tpirituai iea'j<: oi Mer Tam d :.
announced
A:n--a a-V/r Iy>rcn *.i! pel
-:>.- ttw Jerusalem Tdwei o:
Uavx) Awaro upor. Jl<-.'.-nan L
Shaw, chirrr.ar. o.' "v board of
inrjtee-i of Temp* >er Taran
*ho *M be honored at the dinner
for >*-.- -.; stalwart ver-.iee to
'rael
The (Cftrei program vril! aly> in-
clude entertainment by th<- cele-
orated ti"jmoTil and raconteur
Eddie Scbafler who hat appeared
on numerous television program-.
Academy Student President
Samuel Abramson v>n ot Mr
and Mr-. Murray Aoramvm. has
been elected prr-iden* of 'h* stu-
dent council of the Hebre* Ac ad
emy for 19
Miaou Eeach Ma>o: Jay Der
. mer presented Sammy, a ninth
^rade student a Ah the (aval of
office at installation ceremonies ^n
i the school auditorium, at which the
school"* principal. Rabbi Alexan
iter Gro*> pre*ided
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Paqe 7-A
MARIAN SMEIDER
Adventures In A Parking Lot
Theodore Bikel Heads
Cedars Ball Program
I'll probably never be a park-
ing lot menace again.
A timi :n ihe past I ha\e
parked, taking
two spaces in-
stead of one.
Rarely have I
checker), and
about half the
time I even
manage to put
the money in
the wrong
MARIAN meter. Tickets
haven't helped. They inevitably
le|ti to more tickets.
.The other day when I drove out
to ^ Miami Dade Junior College
where I teach, I was in a hurry
to fiet to class. I swooped into a
parking spot, climbed out and
daflkt) on in.
By the time I had given the
studeqts a general idea of what
we'd be doing that day. I was
completely relaxed. (Actually, it
took m'e half the seme-ter to get
that relaxed. When I first consid-
ered the idea of teaching. I was
frantic at the prospect of facing
a room full of college students,
and affa-d I wouldn't be able to
establish the kind of rapport that
should exist in a college class
room. This stemmed partly from
the teeling that in a sense I was
still ohe of themlook how 1
park my car'and would not be
able to ^maintain authority.)
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settled in their seats, the room
was very quiet In the middle of
a sentence, the campus police-
man burst into the room. He was
definitely on the warpath.
He glared at the students.
"Who owns the blue converti-
ble with a white top?"
Silence.
"Well, who'.'" he demanded.
"I do." I admitted, my cheeks
turning warm with embarrass
nent.
Now it was his turn to he em-
barrassed. It seems I had done it
againmy car was taking two
spaces instead of one.
I thought I had lost them for-
ever. Here, at this moment, was
the Death of Rapportkilled by
mechanized misery. But after a
stunned silence, smiles broke out
all over the room, and many-
offered to move the car for me
By this time the policeman was '
feeling better (or worse. I'm not '
sure which) and he said he would j
move the car. When he returned
the keys, the class smiled as I
slapped myself on the forehead.
We talked about things that we
are aware of and of those that
we are oblivious to; about the
kind, of things we think about
and why they're important and
it became obvious that although
1 was a Miserable Car Parker,
nothing had actually been lost. I
was not going to be forced to
wear a red P on my forehead.
When class ended, five or six
students protectively walked me
to my car to make sure I hadn't
been given a ticket. When they
saw I hadn't, they were relieved.
"Whew!" and "That's good." they
said
They waved goodbye as I drove
away.
Now THAT'S what I call rap-
port!
With Theodore Bikel"A One- ,
Man Show"as the headline at-
traction, the Cedars of Lebanon
Hospital seventh anniversary ball
at the Fontainebleau Hotel Satur-
day "promises to be a sellout."
according to Saul Silberman. who
is chairman of the ball. "Ringsid-
ers are gladly paying the tariff of ,
siuo per person t> see him," he r
added.
Mr Bikel. fir.-t of all an actor,
in recent years has become almost
as well known for his folk singing.
His annual folk concerts take him
to 40 cities in the I'.S. and to
many European countries. Politics
ha- also become one of his inter-
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rights of others. "I use my singing
and my acting as weapons against
bigotry," Mr. Bikel has said.
Born in Vienna and educated in
Israel. Mr. Bikel was graduated
with honors from the Royal Acad-
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"My Fair Lady," and "The Rus-
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Colonels" in London, receiving
critical praise lor his portrayal of
the Russian colonel, during that
play's two-year run.
lie has also appeared in top tele-
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The Impact Of Jewish Literature
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By LOUIS 5-rKVAPTZMAN
Exec,' / Director,
Bureau of Jewish Edjcation


I
' the effeel
t.iI i tic n adeq

lible 1
ing
ut.
The
Bibli been the 1
. .' but hi-
>-.-! at mpo-
The Ten Com-
man I E i lu* and De iter-
remain a- a challeng-
. e to bai ic human
Tne crj of the Hebrev re-
echo'- in emand for .
tice to a.'. and is particular.';, rele
.an: to the current racial demands
'..-.. lint United States into
black a.'.'! white establiahi
T>e walls of the United Nations
reflect the hopes of prophet who
dared to declare that nations should
know war no more. And it it infwr-
esfiny to note that the Exodus
story, the revolt of Moses against
Pharaoh, served as verbal amtnu-
mtion for the American Revolu-
tion and that the Biblical period of
the Judges served as source mate-
rial for the American Constitution
The -jrvival of the Jew i- jjt;-
Local Massachusetts Club
Will Elect Officers
Election of officers and directors
*d- to be the order of busini ss
lar monthly meeting
of "he MaiMChusetta f.'lub ofGreat-
ml a* the Be! Aire Hotel,
Beach, on Thursday.
fianist Handy Maudlin and
a Sacki imper onator-vocalist
re to present a program oi
..
'
I
igricu
tural to ai ria I

i
i

food
to tx i
the If hi
lor 1 naked, it
I :.' It of

I philo-
. the Jewi h -d^>
.. I '. Idi -. Age "i Spain chaJ-
of Aristotelian
imei '/.' Maimo
the Ben Ezras, and Yehuda
HaLevi In HaLevi's Kuzari." the
Rabbi condemns philosophical ex-
tren es to the King of the Chazars,
pleading for harmony: "Judaism
- irge to lead the lif<- of
a hermit, but guides us in the
':!e path, actually distant from
the extremes of too little and too
much It iHosh free play to '-very
God given faculty of both body and
wi'hin the limits set by Use
Divine hand itself For certain it
ii that irbal we devote to one fac-
ulty in excessive mea;ure. we with-
draw from another faculty, and .
thus ,ose tbe harmony which %houid
pervade our whole life."
When Theodore Herri published
his "Jewish State" in ltW, he not
only prophesied the coming ef a
State of Israel m fifty years, but
produced a blue-print for its future
growth. His book, viewed as moth-
er "Utopia" when published, re- '
leased the national impetus lead-
ing to modern Israel.
. ,,. the nev State vi

I led to thi
military cou
i i rim
in 1603 B
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er," in

in i i ./
: I /
re
'l in
in thi
I

ly .J'-u.-h colonies in P eirtine ;
the Haganah, the and
then the national, army of Is ai I
Outer aangers to the ere l
pi
were met by th<- of the
lim, giving fire, fervor, new
spirit, decrying the tendencj to
ward dry formali-m in Jewish law
and tradition Books of humor, in
the MaasehBooks," in the famou-
Chelm rtories, strengthened hope
and optimism in times of Jewish
persecution and inset iritj
Thus, th today to the >a>.n2- of the -
"A book and a sword descei
from heaven Said the Alrr
'ff you will abide bj the moral law
of the Book, you will be 'a- ed
from the sword Or More
books, more wisdom Or For
they are our life and the length of
our days
Continued from Page 4-A
pccjiAns even including the I
. ni i i ct ."' y-
.,, i choice il. be bel
'pell
lii him
I wo MralitifN
\ he II ki
; I

Me h thi i
fact
liimsi
I, plans acr But I
leave two all

., I
lei) spi .'l ing he i an turn
sharp riht, or he can move "-harp
left, bul h< i innol staj whei
is, ain this
nun In other words, he can try
to create a ne coa ition
the cot sen al vi elements in the
American electorate, not forget-
ting the Southerners and North
enters who voted for George Wal-
lace "hank God, > smaller group
than had been feared, but -till a
substantial group, sufficient to
provide a solid majorit) it addi
to :: N^ i vote on Tues -a>
His Own (hoicp
Or he can instead try to do the
sort of thing hi- a- so mistaken-
:. expected to to. at any rate in
a small way. when -o many peo-
ple were so sure that Mayor John
I..id ay of New York wo
rice presidential eboi
Other words he can try |
a hroad -;.- center z
neit. comsju.Tciog
ocrati< as a
ublican support.
In the wssttk recor-'.
I >- klen
vhich choice Ki>
i i el
are -harply split
ate Sorthen
>ca;e cour-
(rates;
irober 1 But s
-.
Mni'a I.iliinii
' tell some) |
a g
' i .-. .
I- or example, he ha> .
he will have a biparl iai
ta as
Hepublican- But he ;
" i indicate that -
icrata will not be
former Gov. Allen Sit <
uho headed the F -
for Nixon Committi
Yel there is in trutr. -. |
evidence at all as ye: b
way N XOn will BOV
perhaps for his choice : S >
Agnew a* Vice Presirier.-
stead of the smiting I..-
must wait a whi e
shrewd, careful, long-he* :
ha- weighed the factor- y I ma-
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unmistakably unve.led.
It will be a suspense?
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Friday, November 15, 1968
'Jurist t%orkJian
Page 9-A
Cohen
Dr. Harry Lasker (sealed left), national execu-
tive director of the Jewish Relationship?
Service of the Bay Scouts of America, was
in Miami recently to meet with membsrs of
the Jewish Relationships Committee of tha
South Florida Council of the Boy Scouts
which promotes scouting among synagogues
and Jewish organizations. Shown with Dr.
Lasker are (seated from left): Robert Gordon,
assistant scout executive; Norman M. Giller,
committee chairman; and Rabbi Irving
I.ehrmnn of Temple Emanuel. Standing
(from left) are: Henry E. Wolff, John Serbln,
Raboi Charles M. Rub3l of Congregation
B'nai Raphael. Rabbi Mjx A. Lip-chitz of
Beth Torah Congregation, and Rabbi Solo-
mon Srhiff, executive vice president of the
Rabbinical Association.
Continued from Page 4-A
whj it everything so bad? To be
Je i -Ji ;- now fashionable, hut
also irr li v; nl Part of our
dis n .. tatii n tl ai w are push-
ed into participation w hen I be
Jewish is no r to be at the
b 'arl ol things, ior Jewi h i sues
arc no longer ..: the cei ler of the
> 01 Id as th 5 wer si ei il dec-
ade* .i i." Thi a ;! rbin j
.i
is shai I hv the n tants
now In e in i ich has no
chanci if becoming CIn
;i Ca h ilic >tru tui
crumbling befi n our i >< -
Juno,' itz, who has an a !
\ iscr to the S ate an I Defense
Department- and in the late S
rt Ki :... d) la t campaign,
characterized Israel as the new
heartland of the world communi-
ty and because of that only an
accommodation between 'lit' So-
viet l'nion and the United States
on the Middle East can save the
world from a new holocaust.
Having just completed a c m-
piehensive study of Temple Is
rael's Religious Schoola sui ey
which will be released in a fi w
monthsihe Chicago professor in-
dicated that the life-style ol i ie
.ii- at of 1 morrow is being m i d
by tin' attitudes of the youi
i! ij and, for the most part e
v a opt imistic.
This r port bare j
e of w hal w as said
di scus ed and it is good to
1 ai Tem pie Israel plans to
li h tl .i needing
the trio.
I: i no i oinci lence thai
ir soeio ogists appeare n
,i ; na o in setting, Sklare's
emphasized the
hi preeminent institu-
tii n in the ,1 .v ish com muni tj '
i'il Janowitz saw religio
"central and the secular peri-
phery." If (ilazer viewed the
symposium as a "new form of
Jewish piety' it was still in the
best tradition i I the sj nagoj
age-old claim to be the housi ol
learning, the house of worship
and the plate where the Jev -h
people assemble.
U.S. Concerned At Soviet 'Advisers' in Egyptian Forces
NEW YORK (JTA) Senior
American officials are becoming
increasingly concerned that the
2 000-3.000 Soviet military advis-
ers assigned at small unit level in
the Egyptian Army. Navy and Air
Fotcc could b drawn into sudden
combat with the Israelis. New
York Times correspondent William
Reecher reported from Washing-
Ion this week. The officials note
that Egypt, with over 200 sophisti-
cated MIG-21 supersonic jets, com-
pared to Israel's Mirage III-C
fighters, which number about 65.
might be tempted into a pre-
emptive airstrike to gain aerial su-
periority, enabling Arab bombers
*o fly unhindered. Mr Beecher re- j
ported.
On the other hand, they are
worried by the possibility of a
Strike by Israeli planes from new- j
ly built airfields in the Sinai which
could raid Egyptian military tar-
gets and even the Aswan High i
Dam on the southern Nile.
American analysts say that in I
the last 16 months, the Soviet i
l'nion has poured about $2.5 bil- ,
iion worth of modern arms into
the Middle East and have replaced
most of the iets. tanks and artil-
lery lost by the Egyptians in the
June, 1967 war, Mr. Beecher re-
ported.
"In addition :o ..ie equipment,
the Russians have sent in 2.000
3.000 military advisers, up from
500700 before the S'x-Day War."
The concentration of Soviet per-
sonnel and equipment and the
precarious balance of the cease-
fire is the cause of official concern
in Washington.
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Friday. November 15, 1955
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Alienation Of Youth

a1 1 n 1 --_w *-r ^.
Question
Box
By RABBI JONAH E. CAPLAN
Sky Lake Synagogue,
North Miami Beach
There are those who claim (hat
assimilation in America is so strong
that within the nest fifty years the
J*'w in America
will disappear.
They point to
the alienation
of our younji
people from Ju-
daism and to the
rapid growth of
intermarriage.
I have in
mind particu-
larly the report
given recently
at the World
Council of Syn-
agogues in Lon-
don by Rabbi Saul Teplitz, chair-
man of the National Youth Council
of the United Synagogue of Ameri-
ca, who declared that there are at


Rabbi Caplan
of the successes recorded by many
Orthodox Day Schools in educating
thousands of youth as staunch ob-1
servers of the tenets of Judaism."
There are those today who would
write o'f Orthodox Judaism as a ,
total failure in America. The facts \
' seem to be in reverse. Of all the !
religious groupings in American
Jewish life none other than the
Orthodox seem to have won our
. .outh over to Judaism
The watered-down program for
Jewish education has failed in the
two most important areas: (1) The
education of our youth; (2) Influ-
encing their thinking and behavior
in accordance with Jewish ideals.
Our young people have been in
search of ideals that relate to life
Itself and do not remain in the
abstract. The escape from Judaism
was in search of ideals which re-
late to everyday life.
One cannot teach hone-ty in the
abstract. Similarly, one can not i
tench Jewish observances without
American-universities and colleges relating them to an everyday way
400.0W Jewish students "whose, of life. This is the meaning we at
identification with Jewishness has
shriveled into nothingness."
Dr. Robert Gordis of the Jewish
Theological Seminary of America
points to the "superficial character
of American Jewish education as
responsible lor the alienation of
our Jewish youth."
Figures released by the World
Council of Jewish Education show
that an estimated 540.323 children
in the United States attend Jewish
schools out of a total school popu-
lation of 1,106.300 between the
ages of three and seventeen.
tach to the story in this week's por- I
rion of the Bible when Abraham |
i sends his trusted servant Rliezer I
in search of a wife for Isaac and
; nstructs him. "Thou shalt go to
my land and to my birthplace- and
I there take a wife for my son j
\ fsaac."
Abraham wanted to make sure j
; hat the family traditions would
i be continued through Isaac and
through, his wile and not become
dissipated in the land and the
ways of the Canaanites.
In his English column in the
Yiddish daily newspaper, The Day.
Ernest E Barabash quotes Rabbi I
Teplit2 as saying, "The greater;,
proportion of college students in ]
the U.S.A. could not care less about
Jewish survival."
Mr. Barabash is not convinced I
of the disappearance of American |
Jewry and he says. "Of course this
is excessive pessimism in the light
[>re (tared in
the Greater
Association.'
the features
This [age is
cooperation with
Mi.inti Rtibfoinicdl
Coordinator of
appearing here U
OR MAX LIPSCHITZ
Sfiriru.il Leader 0/
Br m Torah Congregation
o.' North Miami Bpach
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By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
What is the meaning and deriva-
tion of the term "Talmid Cha-
cham?"
A number of different opinions
are given. Some claim (Rabbi Eli-
jah Bachur Tishbi) that this means
a student of a wise man" He
generally prefers to understand
that this expression came about in
a manner -imilar to the way in
which Greek scholars became
known as philosophers. Originally,
he claims, the Greek learned men
were known as sophists (wise mem.
A sense of modesty crept into the
situation and they became known
as philosophers." which means
"lovers of wisdom."
Originally, says Rabbi Elijah.
the Jewish scholars were called
"chacham" which means "a wise
man." Then, modesty seemed to
prevail and they preferred to be
called, each of them. "Talmid
Chacham" which means "a student
of a wise man." This would imply
that a wise man must always con-
sider himself a student, of a wise
man." This would imply that a
wise man must always consider
himself a student, ever having
much to learn, and never consider-
ng himself in possession of all
knowledge.
One place in the Talmud de-
scribes a "TaLmid Chacham," as
one who can answer a question
asked of him from any subject
(Tractate Shabbos 114A). Another
place in the Talmud claims that a
"Talmid Chacham." in addition to
his wisdom, must possess certain
ethical and moral qualities iDerech
Eretz Zuta. 7).
Why does the Jew dip his bread
in salt before eating it?
Rabbi Moses Isserles claims that
this is done because the Jew ish
table is compared to the altar of
old and the food placed on it is
1 like the sacrifices which were
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Haye Sarah f
The cave of Machpelah at Hebron, Ehezeav.teaves Hebron
with camels on Abraham's instructions.
"And after this. Abraham buried Sarah his wife in the cave
of the field of Machpelah before Mamre" (Gen. 23:19).
HAYE SARAH -Sarah died at the age of 127 in Hebron,
and was buried in the cave of Machpelah, which Abraham pur
chased as a family graveyard.
Anxious for Isaac to marry one of his kinfolk rather than an
idolatrous Canaanite woman, Abraham sent his trusted sen-ant
Kliezer to his former home in Mesopotamia where his brother
Nahor lived. Approaching the city. Eliezer prayed for the sue
cess of his mission. He determined on a procedure. He would
ask each girl he met. "Give me your pitcher and let me drink ;
the girl who would reply. "Drink, and I will give thy camel*
drink also" should be Isaac's destined bride (Genesis 24:14'.
Rebecca, daughter of Bethuel. the son of Abraham's brother
Nahor. came to the well to draw water, and responded with the
correct formula to Eliezer's request Thankinc God for His kind
ness. the old family retainer presented himself to Rebecca *
family, explained his mission, and received permission for Re-
becca to accompany him back to Canaan as Isaac's prospective
wife
Isaac loved Rebecca, and was consoled in her after his
mother's death.
Abraham took another wife, Keturah, and she bore him
sons whom he dispatched to the east.
At the age of 175. Abraham died and was buried next to
Sarah in the Cave of Machpelah.
This recounting of the Wookry Portion of ho Law is extracted
and based upon "Tho Graphic History of the Jewish Heritapa,"
edited by P Woltman-Tsamir. $15. Publisher is ShengoW. and the
volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President
of the society distributing the volume* H Joseph Sthlan*.
: placed on the altar -Of them, the
: Bible writes, "With all thine of-
fering shalt thou offer salt" (Le-
'. vit'eus 2:13). Consequently, the
j bread is dipped in salt to remind
I us of the offerings of old.
1
The salt has been referred to ;;*
; the "salt of the covenant" even as
j far back as Biblical literature It
is interesting to note that the
1 Arabs are known to complete a
i pact with each other by eating
; salt together
The medieval commentators of
the Talmud say that having salt
on the table prevents Satan from
successfully accusing Ihe people,
while they are seated at the table,
especially those people who have
already washed their hands in or-
der to eat bread and are waiting
for the others to wash their Bands
and offer the benediction for all
This was a time luring which it
was forbidden to speak or dn any-
| thing until the benediction had
been pronounced. Thn. they were
unable to perform any good deeds
luring this time, leaving the nos.si
bility for Satan to accuse then of
inactivity.
Generally speaking, salt winch is
a chemical preservative, .ymb*-
lizes the preservation of the honor?
able relationship between God and
man. Dipping the bread in salt
would indicate our belief that 'he
Almighty provides us with the
bread in order to preserve bo'h. us
and our relationship toward.* H .
as we strive likewise to ete
our ties with the Creator
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Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross.
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Aye
Orthodox Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel
AMAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA
TION. 985 SW 6. th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morris Barr.
ANSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dall Dr., S. Miami Reform Rabbi
Herbert BaumgarC. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W Lioson.
Friday. K:10 p.Bl. "'JO p m Sermon.
uor.Mtij, a-'H -*m -j.iHJiM.nl ism; i
(ilbaon, pastor. Christ Bplacopal
(Tiurrh. CiHiinut Qrove. Saturday, 0
am. Sermon: The Torall l-esson Mar
Mit/.val. Herbert, HOI Ol .Mrs and .!
Hdwani Cantor Mincha 6 i> m
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Avenue.
Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schlfrf
Friday, 5:30 p.m. Saturday, t a m Ser-
inuii: -'The IJfe of Sarah Clam 4:U0
p.m Miiuha. .'. p.in
Friday niijht dinner. Saturday. 8:46
am Sermon: Reading of the Torali.
Oraxin. Cantor Nathan Parnass
Friday :,:::n p in f.:3n p.m. traditional
MINVONAIRES S.NAOOGUE 3737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional.
OR OLOM (TEMPLE;, canaarvative
8755 SW 16th St. Miami. Rabbi
Ralph z Ghxman. Cantor Benjamin
Ben Arl.
Friua) a p.m. OKT night oerabrated
Saturday V4-' am. Bar Mlttvah,
el, Ron of Mi and Mr Sam
N'evel
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
Friday 5:15 i>m Saturday 30 am
Sermon: "The First Shadrh.an'
m ik< : v : i i Talmud
and Bible ,-lasse.s Mincha
(nth I.osI <> Keform Judaiam*"' Sat-
urday 11 a m Sermon The I rah
Portion fol tli. Week
HALLANDALE
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 16161 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
Caplar.
!' Ida) 5 15 |i m s !.", p in Ami
HIT Sabbath Sermon "Conaervative
uid Reform Rabhln&te Threaten I'nlty
I Isra.-l Open forum oUaeufialoti Sut-
jr.:..\ : an. Sermon "vYagmi I I
..i Jewish Lira" Mln.-lm k |. in Maariv
i p m
HALLANDALE JEWISH CE\'EH,
126 E Mallandale Beach B i
I
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml-
MENORAH (TEMPLE) 6T0 75th St AM!' f*5. NE 171, st Orthodox
Rabbi Naftah Porosh
Friday 5:18 p m Saturda) 9 .. in Ser-
I miin "Don'l l.iiiv.' Youi iVmntn "
Mincha 5:18 p m
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (1EMPLK). S "th Avt.
Reform Rabbi SinuH Jaffe
Friday IS pin Daieatntee i '" '
the t' A H C. Biennial I ',
rnnventktn Saturday II am r '-
i.ih i'.Ii-in!, son ..f Mr ai il J '
li Toecl
TIFERETH ISRAEL. (500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative RaoOi Ralph
Carnn. Cantor David Sherman.
TIFERETH JACOB (TEMH_E). 951 E.
4th Ave.. Hiairah Censervative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
BETH KOOESH 1101 SW 12tn Ave.
Modern Tradsttonal. Ras>b* Max
Shapiro. Cantor B'n D.ckson
Friday S 15 u.m. Srrmr.n: He Tru.- to
VounwMf Saturday St., am. Ser-
mon: "A flaw is Born." 415 pm.
Sermon: Th. fV.rtion of the LatW.
4:4.". pm Sermon: "A Transmitted
rleritage."
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BETH TOV (TEMPLE) 6438 SW 8th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Seymour Hinktet.
Prlday si' pm Third ''lass Hebrew
School students will OOndUCt .setripeH.
Sermon: The Iiilemma in Jewish
Klducatlon Today Nat t^urle. en-
gTegallon vire president, uuest sp-ak-
r
'NAI SHOLOM (Temple). 275 NW
199th Street. Conservative. Rabbi
Abraham M. Casael.
rSRAEL (VtMPLb). OF GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform
Rahbi Joseph R. Narot.
Friday l:IS p m Sermon: 'The Sur-
|irls of Jewish Theology."
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ISRAEL4TE CENTER. 3175 8W 28th
St. Conservative. Rabb- Avrom L.
ZION (TEMPLE) 8000 Miller Rd Con-
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waaman.
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MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL, 7B1 Ca. lyls Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 BtM Street,
Orthodox. Rabbi Bern We4n
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BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.,
Orthodox. Rabbi Shenaryahu T.
Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamchaa.
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, BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1546
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kroniah Cantor David Conviaer.
' Friday i;. p.m. Sermon "Raalatnce
and Kedemption," a review of the
novel "Down "by fcUie Wiexel in ohHer-
van. of Jewlall lloon Month Satur-
day H':4.-. a.m liar Mltzvah: Mark.
son of Mrs. (Jweii Hendel and J_>r.
I -a', id il.-ndel.
witx Cantor Nieo Feldman
Friday B 15 p m ORT Sabbat 1 Ser-
mon: "Th. Second Mows.' Ban Mtts-
\.ih: INtlier, daughter : Mr. and Mrs
Mariano Syger Saturday 9 n.m Con-
Hfpration ul Nurtiers Kindegi itan
children
NER TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St and
Tatum Waterway Modern Tradi-
tional Rabbi Eugene Laboviti Can-
to' Edward Klein.
I Friday h:If. pm ORT Sabbath Mern-
I hers of Hay and Atlantic Chapters of
i ORT will b. (oesta Sermon: Mrs Paul
VVilaon t.f Hay Chapter,
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OHEV SHALOM, 7055 Bonita Drive
Orthodox. Rab!^ Phineaa Weber,
man.
Friday 5pm Saturday B:S0 a m Ser-
mun: "Look To class 4 p.m Miiuha 5 p in
SEPHAROIC JEWISH CENTER 645
Goiims Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias.
YOUNO ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
1542-44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A
Btn-Hillel.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE). 1025
NE Miami Gardens Dr Conservative.
Rabbi Milton Schlinsky, Cantor Tibor
Motet.
CORAL CABLES
JUDEA (TEMPLE1 5500 Geanda Blvd
talorm. Rabbi Morris Kiooer
Frldii) s IS p m Sermon Diacttmiion
Saturda) 11:15 .. m IL-ir Mitav.ih
llriai. son ,,r Mrs Barbara Sandel
man
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE ITSj
Monroe St. Centervative *sbal
Morton Malavaky.
SINAI (TEMPLE) 1201 Jofcnta" St.
Conservative Rabbi David s-.Cire.
Cantor VehuSah Heilbraun
2AMORA (TEMPLE) 4 Z.mora Ave
Conservative Rabbi Maxwell Berae'
Cantor Hirth March.
Friday < K, |, in Sermon guel sneak-
er, Mrs Milton Oreen, prc*ldeti( ,i
the Wome,. s Ooumll ..i Dade i-ounty I
.Saturday ( -. ,, s,,n: rip-
tural Leaaon
FT. LAUDERDALE
BETH ISRAEL 'TEMPLEi 647 e
Oakland Park Blvd Rabb. Shel-
Min*"
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMRLF,. 1500 S A
Way ConservatiW Pal :
Cutler
atit
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POMPAMC BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 132 SW ""-
Friday IT. p m Sermon "Thi '"'-*
A .m.ui at her Beat." Situ'.' '
a.m. Sermon Th- Portion ol l!
Aa. Ctaaarvaaive- Rabbi Marrn
A. Skoa Caaaar Lean Sr. .
SURFSIDS
ERM"Ek ,81 S Anorew. Ave
?In,n .R"bb' R,eh''' M. L.viton
Cantor Jerome Klement.
MOOAN DAVIfc CONGREOTION
Surfside Com.nunlty Center 9.01
Collins Ave. Orthodox Rabb- lasaa
O. Vina.
BETH TORAH. 164th St and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
tehitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer.
Friday .,:iii (l m sr, ,, m |,.,s M|U.
yah: Fenny, daughter ..f Mr and Mrs
i-".....Hrd Kahn Saturday 8:30 a m Bar
MlUvah: laaac, son ..f Mr. and Mrs
Solomon Oaraal.
r^abbinical JeU
evtsiott
Vr
CAWDLELIGHriNG TIME
2*,ri5$HVAN 5:12
BTM TPILAH. 935 Euclid Ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Raekovtky.
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CUBAN HEBREW CONGREOATIQN.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencwaig.
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EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adlar.
1 Friday 5 p,m. M'.ZO p.m. Sermon: "Jew-
inh lln I an Enlightened Age." Saturday 9
a.m. Sermon: The Weekly Portion of
the ruble liar Mltsvah: David, aan
of Mr. and Mrs William Weisman.
fllfford. son of Mr. and Mm. Clifford
I RuhnII.
**yjH MOSHE CONGREGATION
k^i*,- ^"L8 Hwv Co"rvativt.
Rabbi David Rotenfeld. Cantor Ben
Zion Kirechenbavm.
J'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Contervative. R.bbl Charlet M. Ru-
bet. Cantor Jack Lernar.
J-rlday 8:15 p.m. Cnited Byiuutoatlia
I touih Sabbath Saturday t i, m si-r
i vUm eoiiduited by aynaangua youth
\Miry TraviH, vioe president.
SINAI (TEMPLE).*OF NORTH DADE
| Taenaarary effi... ibmi NE 22nd
Ava Re/orm. Rabbi Ralph Kingakw.
Cantor Maurice A. Neu ^^
. Friday 8:16 p.m. Sermon: -L. the, sb-
rcg rants
Nov. 17Ch. 10, 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi Solomon Schiff, Beth El <.'on".re*ation
Nov. 17_ Host: Rabbi Herbert Baumgard, Temple Beth Am
Topic: Panel discussion with members of the Po*t
Confirmation Class.
Nov. 19-J.h. 2, 9:30 to 10:30 p.m. Man To Man
Topic: The OldA New Problem.
Moderator: Rev. Luther C. Pierce.
Participants: Rabbi Dr. Samuel Z. Jaffe Temple
Beth El, Hollywood; Msgr. Bryan Walsh; Dt
Samuel Otiandi.


November 15. 1968
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BOOK REVIEW
\VV\VV'. MttttD -
svunumv h. lubiii
an
THE VATICAN COUNCIL AND
THE JEWS
By ARTHUR GILBERT
New Middle East Initiative Is Due
Arthur Gilbert, the author of
The Vatican Council and the Jews
.World Publishing Co. $6.95) has
produced a book worthy of the
attention of all Jewish and non-
Jewish Headers. The kind of wjiri
ness cultivated by di-criminatins
readers, the siftiag of fact from
opinion is rarely necessary in thi*
intriguing volume
Arthur Gilbert, although he is
a rabbi, has devoted himself to
inter-religious affairs. He worked
for the National Conference of
Christian* and Jews, the National
Department of Inter-Religious Co
operation of B'nai B'rith's Anti
Defamation League, and is pres-
ently assistant to the president of
the Reconstructionist Foundation,
I the latest denomination in Juda-
ism. He received an award in
11981 from the Catholic Press As-
Isociation for an article dealing
the Ecumenical Council and
the Jews
The book has four divisions. It
Bins with background informa
ion and proceeds through the
Council's four sessions and the
Kmal Statement.
Those whose only knowledge of
Jii proceedings stemmed from
trading the press releases of the
[publicKy-seeking Jewish organi
l/ations and their self-aggrandize
Iment will find in this book a
puller and more impartial report
I'.T what transpired publicly and
Ibehind the scenes. Of special in
11Test are the explanations of
many events and the raison d'etre
others, including the Pope's
visit to the Holy Land, which took
uldce between two sessions of the
' ouncil.
The Appendices alone justify
the acquisition ol the book. These
lude several of the position
Wounded Vietnam Vets
Entertained by Beach Hotels
\nother contingent of wounded
Nam veterans have been the
guests of the Shower of Stars ho-
iel> according to Wolf Muller, who
i- president of the hotel group The
veterans were met at the airport
Miami Beach, where they were
quartered in Shower of Stars hotels
- the dil.ido. Delano. Shore Club,
Sea Gull. Sea Isle and Lucerne
and were taken to nightclubs, res-
taurants and many other tourist
.".tractions.
papers which were distributed at
the Council. The account of the
maneuvering of the American
Jewish Congress, American Jew-
ish Committee, B'nai B'rith and
other groups and individuals who
tried to "get into the act" make
fascinating reading.
Some revulsion may result
from the tawdry tactics of a few
people and some groups Gilbert
attempts to be tactful and places
blame and bestows praise wher-
ever either is due. Of course one
must not forget that he is a Re-
form Jew and subconsciously this
at times colors his attitudes and
perceptions.
He discusses and presents the
Orthodox position vis-a-vis the
Council, and the declaration of
Rabbi Joseph B. Sotovetchik, who
is the spokesman for halachic Ju-
daism in America today. I would
wish that his article entitled "Con-
frontation." which appeared in
"Tradition" (Vol.6. No. 2, Spring-
Summer, 1964) would be added
to future editions of the book.
Rabbi Soloveitchik wrote, "We
certainly have not been autho-
rized by our history, sanctified
by the martyrdom of millions, to
even hint to another community
that we are mentally ready to re-
vise h'storical attitudes, to trade
favors pertaining to fundamental
matters of faith, and to reconcile
'some differences.' Compare
this with the statement of some
Reform rabbis who thanked the
Council for the resolution on
deicide and said that we Jews
must now reevaluate our atti-
tude, toward the Church Read
the article and the book and
reach your own decis'on
Arthur Gilbert is optimistic.
Rabbi Abraham Heschel. who was
consulted by some members of
the Council, made the statement,
however, that "The document
does not come up to the great-
ness of the moment
Rabbi Heschel's word, are an
understatement when the teach-
ings nf conservative Catholics
(which Gilbert summarizes) are
considered. As long as these
teachings are not specifically con-
demned and halted (and it is
painful to learn that they are
still being taught in 1968) pious
resolutions will clear the air only
for those liberal Catholics who
did not require the resolution to
begin with.
Continued ft^ip Page 1-jftJ
: will of Cqjgr^s to achieve his pro
grants.
It is regarded ;s significant that
Mr. Nixon has heavily relied on .
. three economists of the Jewish
faith for advice on economic ma'- ,
ters and has diawn heavily on
I Jewish advisors and collaborators i
in other areas.
In the cconom c field, he has re-
. leu on Armur t'. Burns, chairman
of the Council of Econo.nic Advis
OTS in the Eisenhower regime; Dr.
Milton Friedman, the University
of Chicago economist, and Alan
| Greenspan, a leading economic
I consultant. As his chief adviser on
| urban aud community affairsan
j area that must be considered the
most difficult facing the President
in the domestic fieldMr., Nnxon
has relied on Max M. Fisher.
| chairman of the United Israel Ap-
peal and one of the top leaders of
American Jewry-
Mr. Nixon told the triennial con-
vention of B'nai B'rith last Septem-
ber that the United States must tip
I the balance of military strength in
'Israel's favor. He based his advO-
< cacy of clear-cut Israeli military
superiority on the premise that an
exact balance of power with the
j Arabs "would run the risk that
1 potential aggressors might miscal-
' culate and would offer them too
much of a temptation."
Preaced by reporters to say
whether ha was making a premise
to supply Israel with tho F-4 Phan-
I tern iots it has been trying to boy
1 in the United States, Mr. Nixon
I replied, "If it takes Phantom jets,
: they should have Phantom jots."
Ho told other reoorters later, how-
' ever, that ho would not ."get into
the specifics of whether they get a
Phantom or any other kind of jot."
Mr. Nixon has frequently said he
| thought a solution to the Middle
I East crisis was achieveable only
by negotiation, and declared him
; -elf opposed to any peace settle-
ment imposed by the Big Powers.
Me has also stated a belief that the
Middle* ialt* Irfsis is a greater
menace to world peace than the
Viet Nam war ami Abe. possible
site of a serious confrontation with
the Soviet Union.
"We have to make it crystal clear
(to the Soviet Union) that the free
world's stake in the Middle East is
great." he said. "We must impress
on the Russians the full extent of
our determination; then and only-
then will we cause them to recon-
sider their own policy to avoid a
colli-ion course."
At an Oct. 21 meeting in New
York with the Conference of Presi-
dents .f Major American Jewish
Organizations. Mr. Nixon said ft
was necessary for the Soviet Union
\ to avoid any miscalculation and to
! understand that the United States
would not tolerate any Soviet take
i over of the Middle East or destruc-
tion of Israel," describing the posi-
tion as
prrvWtfvo rrTjr1.,
mac\.
The .yfcme and tone of the Nix >n
Administration wnl be determiner!
-o a great extent by the men he
appoints to Cabinet and other
policy-making posts. Former Gnv.
William Scranton of Pennsylvania,
v. ho served as Mr. Nixon's princi-
pal advisor on foreign affairs dur-
ing the Presidential campaign, h-*-,
been mentioned as a possible
choice for Secretary of State.
Mr Scranton echoed Mr. Nixon's
stand on the Middle East when he
said, "The United States will pro-
vide military support to Israel in
' order to bring a peaceful solution
"through negotiations." He criti-
- cized the Johnson Administration
for selling 88 Phantom jet* to West
. Germany without setting condi-
; tions "while delaying the sale of.
: jets promised to Israel."
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Friday. November 15, 1963

Galbut Is Chairman
of Scholarship Dinner
HYMAN GALBUT
Hebrew Academy
PTA To Sponsor
Carnival Time'
The Hebrew Academy Parent-
Teachers Association will sponsor
its first annual "Carnival Time"
Sunday, Nov. 24. at the Academy,.
2400 Pine Tree Dr.. Miami Beach,
beginning at 10 a.m.
The proceeds of the all-day Cha-
nukah carnival-bazaar will be used
for the needs of the Academy li-
brary and to purchase other school
equipment. Mrs. Leonard Adler,
PTA president said.
Serving on the Carnival commit-
tee are Mrs. Irving Firtel. food
cochairman; Mrs. Jack Greenberg,
merchandise cocha rman; Howard
Fri.dman. booth cochairman; Mrs
Joshua Weinberg. telephone co-
chairman: Mrs. Jacob Katz He-
brew Academy Women Carnival
liaison; and Mrs Adler. PTA pres-
ident.
Smorgasbord Scheduled
North Dade Chapter 809. Bnai
B'rith Women, scheduled a smor-
lOrd and card party at the
erleaf Fun Center Thurs lay
from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Hyman P. Galbut. Miami Beach
attorney and Jewish communal
leader, has been appointed chair-
man of the eighth annual scholar-
ship dinner of the Mesivta of
Greater Miami Louis Merwitzer
High School, it was announced this
week by Moses Grundwerg. presi-
dent. The dinner will be held at
Gp.m.Sundav in the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
Guest of honor at the dinner will
be Rabbi Berel Wein. spiritual
leader of Beth Israel Congregation.
Miami Beach, and dean of the fac-
ulty of the Mesivta.
The proceeds of the event will be
used for the scholarship fund of
the Mesivta.
Named as cochairmen for the
dinner were Harry Genet, Sam
Waldman. Murray Berkowitz. Je-
rome Bienenfeld. Milton Kahn,
Harry Lerner, Dr. Irwin H. Ma-
kovsky, Louis Merwitzer. Alexan-
der Moskovits. Mrs. Sam Schandler
and Herman Eisenberg.
Other members of the Dinner Com-
mittee are Irving Allen. Abe Arannff,
Anne Berkowitz. Jay Berknwilz. Su-
Berkowiiz. Philip BarkowllS, Sam
Baartntak, Morris Bienenfeld, B I Bin-
der, AdOlph Blank. Albert Broad. Hy-
man t'habm-r. Hn'ii Norman t'inient.
l*eo Clment, Kev S. Cooper, .Milton
Khrenreii h. Dr Samuel Brwiff, Mor-
ris B. Fratik. Isidore Krlt-dman. Louis
Seller, Martin Oenet, Isidore doldberjr.
Maurii-e CoUlriiiK, IV-tt-r i.(.hiring, Max
Qutlman, Harry Malperin,
Max Hecht, Menashe Hlrach, Rahbl
II I. Khkhii. Rev. Jacob Kali, Jaroli
Kaufman, Kabbi Abraham Korf, 1-i-
dore II Kramer, Rev Joseph Kra /
Daniel Kuttler, Rabbi Eugene Labo.
vlti, Ted Land. Km in, Kabbi l>.,\ id
l.eiirfi''!. Hi n Lerner, Harry Lerner
Morris L.in.r. Louis Makovxkt Hon-
Joseph Mnlek, Morton May-berg. Wil-
liam Me. Iii.ni, I II M. Mni,m Mori -
.Vi>". Joe Xevel, Dr s N'uxsbauni,
Henrj i'.i,ill., | i>i>er,
l n i ; : pi. km
Racko sky Louis I I,
kin. Julius Rosenstein, >\ illian Rubii
Morris Sa ; Rabbi A .1 Si M i Jai li
Sao. ran Morris Scharhtei is.
Schaplro, Slgmund s hernier, Rabbi
Solomon Schlff, s I.,'.,
i an tor Abral m Si i 'I". .1 Sel. \ mi
Sidney s egi I, Toblai s mon, I- don
Spoiler, Ranbl SI i s mbei
-' Is Riirarm in, Rabbi SI
maryahu Swlraky, Josenh Welshans,
Judge Eugene Weiss, Rabbi Stanley
VVeiaa, Joseph Salis, Leonard Zlll
Louis Pollack has I,.-en ii.lined 'li:ui -
man of the Arrangements Committee
with Co-Chairman Mrs Murra) Berko*
i wits, Mrs Hyman l' Qalbut, Mrs s
Louis Schwarti a id Mrs Sam Nad i i
Other members of the arrangements
Committee are Abe 'lu.-i. Hhi:->
Oroudan, Ben Kadushln, l^.uis Meyers,
i.s,ar Mamber. Harrv Rosenberg.
Murray Rosenberg. J Jerry s.-hf. liter.
Sam Schechter, Ben Stein. Morris
Waldman. HmiTj I- Qreen ami Bel
mour Blaenberg
Samuel Keinbard has been named
Chairman of the Honorary <"ha irme.i.
. who Include Shepard Broad. Jacob
Cohen, Hyman Kolko. Joseph Cohen,
Max Cohen, Max Deakter, l^.uis l>ub-
lin. Charles Pruehtmmi. Mrs Bessie
Beltner. Nathan Qlnnburg, Joseph
Qonshor, Charles Kalb, le.i Robinson,
Harry Rosen, Leonard Rosen, Isadore
Schwarts and Mrs. Saniuel Zaaffar.
Kabbi Alexander S Cross and Kabbi
Max Llpschits have been named Co-
Chalrnien of the Parents Committee
Other members of the Committee are
Kahhi Shimon Asulay, 1'aul Acker-
man, Morris Belltzky. Nathan Bienen-
feld. Theodore Herman. Jerome Bien-
enfeld. Marvin Blum. Samuel Blum.
Kabbi Jonah K Caplan. Hunene Cohen.
Abner Beterman, Samuel Pehier,
Robert Kinkelstein. Jaek Kiseher. Mel-
choir ii'ddring. Joseph Oreenberg, Mrs
Bsiher Greenspan, Philip Jacoby, Ben
Kornreich, Harrv Kimniel. Mil.. Knoll.
Irving Kuttler. David Peters
Harold LandaU, Paul l^-ff. Marvin
l.ipman. Morton l.itowi.h. Rabbi Bel -
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By Mihon Friedman
Mideast Crisis Is Major Challenge To Nixon
Washington
A NEW CRISIS involving a mas-
^ sivo Soviet military buildup
designed to make Israel, in effect,
another Czechoslovakia, is in the
making, which may offer the first
challenge to the new Administra-
tion when it takes office Jan 20.
How far will the newly-elected
President go to deter mounting Russian pressures
for the unilateral reopening of the Suez Canal? Will
Washington stand idly by while Soviet threats force
a rollback of Israeli forces without any peaceful
gesture by Egypt? These complex questions loom as
a result ot the Kremlin intention to exploit the
transit-on in Washington, particularly any indica-
tion of indecisiveness or gaps in policy making.
The Johnson Administration's excessive delay in
taking final action on the Phantom jet tighter
bombers Israel sought has encouraged the Kremlin
to push for Soviet control. While some U.S. military
officers and a minority in the State Department be
lieve Israeli strength is vital to U.S. security inter-
ests, action has been deferred because the career
diplomats want to avoid linking the United States
Between You and Me:
Bv BORIS SM01AR
Polish Goal-A Nation Without Jews
w
Vienna
FITH EVERY TRAIN from Warsaw,
the stream of Jewish refugees from
Poland brings out the horrible facts re-
garding the Communist regime's deter
mination to get rid of all Jews in the
country in the shortest possible time.
Even Communist Jews are no longer
wanted by the Warsaw government and
are being thrown out of the Party, dismissed from their
government jobs, mistrusted and treated in a way that
leaves them no other course but emigration. Their tragedy
is even greater than that of the ordinary Jew, for most of
them had long since given up their Jewishness. changed
their names, intermarried and would have been happy to
forget they ever were Jews. Those Jewish Communists who
did maintain their Jewishness have been especiallv singled
out for punishment by the government, the cultural insti-
tutions they developed for the Jewish population closed
down and even their children expelled fiom the higher
institutions of learning. Some of their children have been
Israel Newsletter By ELIAHU SALPETER
Occupation Cost
QNE OF MY colleagues, a vel
" '-ran U.S. war correspondent,
the other dav asked. "11 u long
can your economy support the c >s1
of occuying and administering th-1
territories taken in the rune, lf)67
war?" I replied thv holding and
administering is not the big ex
pensethe heavy burden is the
0 .in defense budget forced on Israel by th.> same
iacts that keep her in the occupied territorii -
The administration of occupied territories will
Israel just over $40 million in the current fiscal
year, but this year's defense budget amounts to about
S630 million, and it seems that the budget for
1969-70 will be hither. This is more than one third of
Israel's total budget. About half of the U.S. budget
goes for defense, but the billions of dollars the
United States spends for education, health, welfare,
public works and state administration is not figured
in the overall budget. In Israel, all those are part of
one national budget.
Administration of the occupied territories costs
very littleonly 500 to 600 Israelis were added to
the roster of Arab civi servants in the areas. Most
of the more than $40 million spent goes to augment
the local revenues spent on education, health, wel-
fare, etc.
But manpower and equipment are needed to com-
bat terrorism from across the border and to prevent
local terrorist activities. How much of this stems
from the occupation itself and how much from Arab
hostility? If Israel were not in control of Nablus or
Jericho, no Israeli patrols would be needed in the
streets and vicinities of those towns. But armed Arab
infiltrators attacked inside Israel in larger numbers
before the war than since. Thus, to use Pentagonese,
the effectiveness of preventing attacks on targets in-
side Israel is greater if it is done before the terrorists
manage to enter Israeli territory proper. Before the
war and occupation, infiltrators had relatively short
distances to travel to escape into Jordanian or
Egyptian-held territory and the chance of their ap-
prehension was very small. The knowledge that the
Israeli soldiers can intercept them either before or
afti r acts of terrorism is one of the more effective
deti rrents
As a result of the lime 1967 w ir, Israel's fron-
tiers along the Arab countries have bei ted.
Althi Ugh the .Ionian River and the Sue/ Canal are
narrow waterways, thej are -till important natural
barriers, compared to the lines on the map which
wen- the 1948 Armistice frontiers
ion 1- not a result of the June. 1067
war That war and their defeat was the result of
their aggression, Israel's high defense expenditures
are not 1 result of the June war. They exist despite
th" victory in the June war. But since the Arabs
have not given up the idea of destroying Israel, the
gcopraphical changes that OCCUred with Israel's 1967
Victory give greater security than the old frontiers.
arrested and are to stand trial as instigators of student
demonstrations.
The Polish government brands Communists ;iS well as
the ordinary Jews as "Zionists," but while the ordinary
Jewish families escaping from Poland are helped to pro-
ceed to Israel, such aid is not expected by the Jewish
Communists. How can they ask lor help to settle in Israel
when they fought against Jewish emigration to Israel all
their lives1 While they see no future in Poland under
constant fear of arrest, where can they go?
The Polish authorities have made it crystal clear that
they (t> not want Jews in the country any longerclosing
down Jewish schools, liquidating cultural institutions, and
stopping 'h publication of the only Yiddish literary maga-
zine published in Poland since its liberation from the
Nazis Even the Yiddish newspaper Folkstimme in Warsaw
the onlj Yiddish daily in ::11 the Communist countries
has been reduced to weekly publication, and i> not expect-
ing to be permitted to do that much for very long The
Jewish State Theater barely exists since its actors, hea led
by Ida Kaminska who won an Oscar in Hollywood for her
appearance in the anit-Nazi Czech film "The shop on Main
were forced to leave Poland. Even artisan co-
operatives established in Poland bv the JDC and OUT have
been taken over by Poles, and the Jewish members forced
1 eave
I lh inti-Jewish camnnien began officially over
a year ago, there were about 25.000 Jews in Poland. Today
there are no more than 15,000, and the Polish authoi
hav< I a year in which to make Poland entirelj
ludenrein' so even this number will be drastically re
duced, only the old Jew-, unable to mm
The anti-Jewish atmosphere in Poland is so intense
that the Jews do all they can to get thr mali
' -' -i"' i '- possible. They sell their valuables
ng in order to be able to meet the heavy
ransom payments imposed upon them All a Jewish family
in Poland wants today is to be out of th" country
hat they hue finally reached Vienna and are
on then- way t 1 countries where they can start a free life
without fear constantly hanging over their heads, most ol
the Jewish refugees nevertheless feel sad that Jewish life
in Poland is now being completely liquidated. They had
believed in post-war Polandeven under the Communist
regime, and were aPaehed to th- rich Jewish culture de-
veloped by Polish Jewry daring hundreds of yean of
residence on Polish soil. Now all this is going with the
wind. They no longer believe in Poland, seeing now a
vicious ideology is dominantvicious in its propaganda
against Israel, vicious against Jews, there and elsewhere
openly telling Jews to leave the country, sending troops'
to help Russia suppress liberal thinking in Czechoslovakia
and they don't want to live in such a Poland or for their
children to grow up there. They are grateful that the free
worldespecially Israeladmits them.
Panorama:
with Israeli defense problems In'd still dream of
restoring American-Arab relations.
The new Administration must face some Knm
facts A squadron of Soviet TU-16 jet bombers, man.
ned by Soviet naval pilots, is now based in BgM
and flying reconnaissance flights off the Sinai coasti
The Administration has not commented on this d^.
gerous military intrusion or challenged the recent aV
plovment of thousands of Soviet military officm
and specialists in the Arab statesover 3.000 of
them in Sgjpt
The control of the Suez Canal by the Kremlin
would do more than seal the fate of Israelit would
allow the Russians to dominate the oil-rich Arabian
Peninsula and Persian Gulf, make the Indian Ocean
accessible and open the gateway to Asia and East
Africa, exposing NATO's southern flank. Soviet dip.
lomats have carefully observed the State Depart-
ment's reluctance to become involved in Israels
struggle. And while Israel has yet to receive a single
supersonic plane since the Six-Day War, Russia has
poured a massive resupply of arms into Egypt and
Syria, as well as the cream of the Russian forces to
advise and assist the Arabs.
Washington can still lake steps to deter the tin
folding Russian strategy, by forcefully serving notice
on Moscow that aggression into a United Nations
oease-fire situation at Suez will not be tolerated For
such notice to be credible. Israel must be immediate
ly supplied with Phantom and all other weapon*
necessary to -how that we mean to back our fr
Highlights In Sports
JESSE SILVER
Dick Siderowf
CINAL ROUND heroics bv Dick Siderowl ol West
port Conn., helped the United states n tl*
Eisenhower Cup Amateur Golf championsh-ps a:
Moll urne. Australia it was the third victo 1 1
Hie is m the 10-year-old tournament \ 1
100 player- from 26 countries competed in
hole event on the 6,948 aid.
bourne course
par 70 Royal
u ith the 1 s seven strokes behind th<
team at the start of the last round, Siderowl
1 four stroke victory over his British oop
31-year-old stockbroker fired a 73. while thi R >n
c >uld do no better thai a 77 it gave the t -
' ph in the team competition S
shol 75^9-73-73 289 to I ir 'bird p|,c.
- Bruce Klei-her of M
S Amati ur champion, was le
I ate He fin
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ion shol 77-747168 290 to finish as low
at thi Mel op litai chamoion hips at thi
wo d Countrj I lub Inwood, N V
Stev* Tanen of Miami was name,! 1
playoi k in ihe Southeastern 1 01
,ter Florida defeated Florida State. A defen-rvt
back, rancn put a lock on FSU's Sellers, and 1
was the game only B junior. Tanen was eh--.
captain Florida In the game against Tulane.
The kickers are seeing plenty of action M
v. iniek's placement provided the winning margin in
Williams' 7 6 victory over the U. of Rochester Hi .
from Maplewood. N.J. Bart Bookat/ of Dallas,
Texas was all the offense Tulane could muster in
losses to Texas A4.M and Florida. Bookat/ h't a 30
yard field goal against the Aggies, and had a 3+
yarder in the Florida contest.
It Was Not So
JJJOT SO MANY years ago. the Ocean
Hill-Brownsville district of Brook
lyn, today entirely populated bv blacks
ind the center of the big New York
teachers' union fight, was almost entirely
1 Jewish section Perhaps more Jewish
han Israel! .lews began settling there in
he '80s and 90s At that lime Browns-
die was go far out. ,t is said the first
Jew was a eonsumptn tailor who had been advised bv
ins physician to move to the country
K Manj ;:;' Brew up In Brownsville Dannv
'7 nsvilleboj Hi Brown, the radio
wh Dick Tracy to the tir, is another' BrownsvHle
1,1'": ",.....'old this writer that no ,,,- '
years old did he realize that Yiddish wa
a"uaifofA But there must have bi kn
hip between Yiddish and American spirits dren
from sue a Yiddish atmosphere to have such
to the national American mind.
Brownsville,
an a


sore and turbulent today, was peaceable
ui its Yiddish days Yiddish is a peacable language -
can argue plenty i Yiddish but if 3 !
will be told, "Gel, schlug zich kopf on vand." (Go ban*
your head against the wall.) Perhaps a solution for Ihe
y of Yid
ays good for
current condition would be ... introduce the study 0 Yd
dish m the Brownsville schools it is always tu ,!
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Many Years Ago
differing peoples who cannot get along to speak different
languages. That way, neither can understand what the
other is saying about them and there is peace.
The success of the English translation of Shalom
Aleichem is evidence perhaps of a growing appreciation of
Yiddish. Yiddish has more to offer. What about the rich
'"'sines ,,i Hassidism? Someone has said that Hassidism
is Judaism's answer to Zen Buddhism.
Who does not know Yiddish'" asked Shalom W
'hem. Hebrew is different. Myer Weisgall. who head- I
v\- zmann Institute in Israel, recently said he had decided
1 u;i I me foi him to speak Hebi i instead of Ei li-h.
but then hi got to thinking how members of the
' ,l' English, and on second thoughl de<.....1 it
mi h' be bettei for him not to try Hebrew
' '' Hebrew poet, Bialik, when visiting At
>oke \ iddish,
"Win don't you speak Hebrew?" he \>as 1
"All right," he replied. "U will have time. I will
Hebrew."
Even for Bialik, not raised to speak it. Ilebiv
not easy Still ,t Was wise for Israel to return to thi an>
' "' ancient Israel Suppose it is more effort \-e
prize most the things whiah cost most. A rose bj
other name would smell as sweet, but when you say
"shoshana." Hebrew for rose, vou get a little different
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Israel Would Yield On Boundaries

in the occupied territories," he
said. Me proposed establishment of
a large center of Jewish popula-
tion in the former Ktzion settle-
ments between Jerusalem and He
bron "as a link in a chain between
Jerusalem and Beersheba."
Many Arab shops reopened in
East Jerusalem this week as a pro-
test strike begun bv Arab mer-
chants on the previous Saturday
appeared to be petering out. Own-
ers of 15 shops and restaurants that
v(VJ^e%eizee^pduc h%6 appeal-
ed the action to the Hi.-jh Court of
Justice and police authorities will
be called on to defend the legality
of the seizure.
According to authorities, the
Arab premises were confiscated to
serve as billets for extra policemen
assigned to maintain order in East
Jerusalem where tensions ran high
Arab merchants there went on
strike in a gesture of protest on the
51st anniversary of the Baifour
Declaration. The strike was con
tinued because of the confiscations.
%*xirnui ra*s%\^ ! three Arab shops whose own( rs
did not observe the strike but the
ut T5ef<
tires were- pufout
could cause damage.
More they
Israel Allocates Funds
For Bomb Shelters
TEL AVIV (ZINS) -*- Official
sources have disclosed that the
government has allotted 80 million
Israeli pounds to build bomb shel-
er throughout the country, cspe-
"''-
*s
n Kipnis (left) president and owner of the Dupont Plaza
si and well-known philanthropist was honored at a birth-
party given by the residents of the Hebrew Home for
Aged of Miami Beach, formerly known as the Jewish
^nvclesccnt Home. Mr. Kipnis was named the first honor-
president of the Home and was presented with an
kxrd. A birthday cake was baked by the residents and
psentation was made by Mrs. Joseph E. Reiser, presi-
lt and Harold Hirschfield, member of the executive
acil.
iel Is Explained To Campus 7ipp.es'
I'SAI.KM (JTA) Jewish
y recruiting squads are cast
Heir nets on American college
ses and in large population
to gather in the "Zippies"
for Zionist Hippies) and
member- of the New Ix>ft
chew Zionism because they
it with the establishment
eir elders
term "Zippie" was coined
ttl. Mordecai Bar-On, head of
Jewish Agency's Youth and
tz Department, who described
the drive to get dissident or alien-
ated American Jewish youth to
come to Israel. He said it was the
aim of the emissaries, mostly Is-
raeli students, to present the true
image of Israel as a young, pro-
gressive, developing and social-
minded country. He noted that the
Israeli emissaries were no longer
selected on the basis of their party
membership and that some young
non-Israelis were working with
them.
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Ifewisli
Robert Siegel To Head
Menorah Israel Event
Florida. Friday, November 15, 1968
Section B
bv. Claude Kirk Is Slated For
Dinner Honoring Rabbi Lehrman
[Claude Kirk has accepted
tion to participate in the
[Silver Anniversary Tribute
oring Rabbi Irving Lehr
the Diplomat Hotel in
d.
Hack-tie function will pay
Jo Rabbi Lehrman for his
^^1 01 distinguished and dedi
cated service as spiritual leader ol
iple Emanu-El, largest Con
Be synagogue in the South
eastdfl I nited Stale.-.
Buncement of Gov, Kirk's
acceptance was made bv Joseph
^bre-ldctit .i| the
Bid by Samuel \ Friedland,
jri of the Silver Anniver-
Hb.ite Ball.
national, state and local
jof the general and Jewish
(ties already have accept
tions to the dinner-dance.
indicative of the high e-
I which Rabbi Lehrman is
Hit ihe governor will bring
Hjs in behalf of the State of
H" ^'r Cohen asserted.
K>ac.i\ audience of nearly
Hvsnns is expected to fill the
HVallroom of the Diplomat
function, at which Dr. Her
^andelbaum. president of the
Theological Seminary ol
a will also take part.
rsonalities in the fields of
education, religion, government,
bus ness and community affairs
have responded to invitations to
ihe celebration.
Under Rabbi Lehman's leader
*hip. Temple Emanu-El has grown
to a membership of some 1.500
families, serving Miami Beach and
neighboring communities through-
out Dade Count).
At the Nov. 24 Ball, the congre-
gation's day school will be named
he Irving Lehrman Day School of
Temple Emanu-El, in recognition
il the rabbi's leadership in start-
ng the educational institution and
spearhea ling its steady growth
iver a 10-year period.
Rabbi Lehrman. currently na-
tional vice president of the Syria
gogue Council of America and
national chairman of the Rabbinic
Council of the United Jewish Ap-
peal, is chairman of the executive
committee of State Ol Israel Bonds
in Greater Miami, and has served
for two years as general chairman
of the Combined Jewish Appeal of
Greater Miami. He is vice presi-
dent of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation, chairman of the Jew
ish National Fund Foundation
Council Of Greater Miami, a.id is
a top leader in such organizations
as the National Conference of
Woldenberg To Receive
Hstadrut Honor Medal
|lm V.
>e. eh b inker, in\ estoi
In presei
:i
[c
j
aiiieiili
a<> 21.
leC on as juest of hi
: expect* d to al
- : h Floi ida < i' ic and
leader-, was announ i
|b. i m Kronish. national
| nt ol tlistaai ul a id '>:
I hair man i i the Gre il
ii i i acl Histadrul Commit-
h nbern will be fet;d for
hue cf leaccrs':ij for and
[to the State of Israel and
Me, resulting in the saviryj
ji Jlng of countless lives."
>!' Ihe board of the
ti. National Bank ol Miami
Itlic honoree has served as
of ihe New Orleans Is-
organization and as gen-
lanman of the Combined
fcppeal for the New Orleans
FFi'leialion.
JOSEPH COHEN
Christians and Jews. American
Technion Society, and Brandeis
University
Robert Siegel. active in civic
and Jewish communal affairs, has
been named chairman of the Tem-
ple Menorah Israel Dinner of
State, it has been announced by
Rabbi Maver Abramowitz, spir-
itual leader, and Leonard Rosen,
president.
The annual dinner on behalf of
Israel Bonds will take place al the
Fontainebleau Hotel Sunday eve-
ning, Dec. 1.
It will be at this occasion that
Jack I. Rosen, chairman ol the
board of Gulf American Land Cor-
poration and national!} n
leader on behalf of Israel, will be
honored Mr. Rosen will be the re-
cipient of the Israel Prime Min-
ister's Medallion.
Also named to ihe lop ech
hip for 'he Menorah
Dinner ol State were Mr. and Mrs.
William Sucher, chairman and en
chairman ol ihe Committee i f Pa-
tron-Hosts for the dinner. Mr and
Mrs. Sucher have im ited
Committee .. recepl mi ic
h ime 10200 East I
Dr. Miami Beach, at 8 p.m S in-
lay. Plans for ihe dinner w : i be
completed al the receDlion.
I'.nner Chairman Robert Si"jel
:i--i "ted that this year's Ml I 1
Israel Dinner *>i State was expect-
ed to be the outstanding one in the
Temple's history.
"We of Temple Menorah a**
ROBERT SIEGEL
proud thai Jack Rosen has
for tli>' highlj i
Prime M listi Vfedallio ['his
is Irulj a greal tributi
member will wan: to join in
Iril ute ..t the dinner.'
The Award will be c< nfi
n]).i,. \:i Rosen bj Adm -
Erell, Coniinander-in-( I ie
Israeli Navy. A til neral. m"
Lraeii Navy officer. Adm. Erell
received hi- naval education :n
.Italy and the United States ., -
one id the founders <>f the I-
Navy.
er >t the Nov. ?1 c'!"nr which is
i n to ;hc! j j'"J
-.y th F -'I "nt and P^Vc- Z o
janizatier ;:i .-. '.. F-l i Ida in
: of Ku-ijt >liir Is;as. s lai 3-
:: v n.
Mr. V.
thl I i. :
I .1 : > Jt-wii
icd th nth
k. al
dedicatio n School. I in1 si !>" >1, oi ated i Is-
rael, v as bui f 1 lanish
Christians wl i i iske their 11 \ < s to
save Jem dui i Nazi o i upa-
tion ol Denmai dui ing Wo
War li.
No; content u th c ntri mting to
the Denmark schooland mini
mum gifts to the Israel Education
Fund are $100,000 -Mr, and Mrs
Woldenberg made a major dona
i :\\'i h resulted in the establish-
ment ol the Ma'AleHabsor Wolden-
berg Regional Secondary School
Buill under the auspices of the la
rael Education Fund, the Wolden-
berg School serve- s:\ kiblnit/.im
located in ihe Negev south of Beer-
sheba, anl only two miles east of
ih.' border wilh Egypt,
Also bearing the names of the
Miami Beach couple is the Dorothy
and Malcolm Woldenberg Commu-
nity ( enter in Ashkelon. a major
unit conceived by Mr. Woldenberg
as an aid lo the growth of that
Israeli city.
He also currently serves as na-
tional cha i man ol a capital funds
campaign to raise S2.ooo.oo') for
the Alvn Orthopedic and Crippled
Children's Hospital in Jerusalem's
Katamon District. The hospital,
nou located in a Greek monastery,
is expelled to move into new ipiar-
cr nexl year with the drive al-
le.i.ly ei 'he half-way mark.
In a l! on to bis intere t in Is-
raeli projects, Mr. and Mrs. Wol-
denberg have been contributors to
Tulane University in New Orleans
and to the University of Miami.
He has been a supporter of Greater
Miami Jewish Federation for
years, and is a national leader ol
the United Jewish Appeal.
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*Jenist noridf/^r
Friday, November 15 196j
Court Ruling Backs
Kosher Inspector
Louis Gorod. owner of the Nor-
mandy Isle Kosher Meat Store, has
been found guilty of possessing
meat which bore no kosher identi-
fication markings.
Arrested by Frank Brickman.
City Inspector of Kosher Food,
after n inspection of the Kosher
meat shop turned up 80 steaks and
16 other pieces of meat without
Korter identification. Mr. Gorod
was found guilty of violating the
Miami Beach Kosher Food Ordi
nance by Miami Beach Municipal
Court Judge Murray Goodman He
wa< fined SI.000 and given a 90-
day suspended jail sentence.
Milton Robbing was prosecutor
for the City. Appearing as experts
for the City were Rabbi Joseph \
Rackovsky. spiritual leader of Beth
Tfilah Congregation, and Rabbi
Abraham Safra, head of the United
Kashruth Org. of Greater Miami.
Jacob Rifkin Is Named Chairman
Of Medical Council Annual Event
A preview Memorial Exhibition
of the paintings of the late David
Nemerov. will open at the I.owe-
Levinson Art Gallery at Beth Sho-
lom. at an Oneg Shabhat reception
at 9:30 p.m. Friday, after services.
Senior Citizens To Meet
Senior Citizens Social Guild will
have an open forum meeting in
the auditorium of the Miami Beach
Federal Savings and Loan Bank.
755 Washington Ave.. at 7:30 p.m.
Monday. Dr A. H. Shifrin will be
'he euest sneaker
Jacob'Wnrin. lifelong lelder in
Israel and Jewish causes and a
Miami Beach civic leader, has
been named general chairman of
a Dec. 15 dinner honoring Mr
and Mrs Morris Newmark. life ,
long supporters of the State ol 1-
rael who nave contributed five ;
medical clinics and a synagogue
in Israel through the Histadnit
and its Kupat Holim program. The
Geriatric Medical Seminar
Set at Cedars ol Lebanon
'Geriatric Rehabilitation'1 is the
topic of a po*t-graduate medical
seminar sponsored by Cedars of
Lebanon Hospital Friday and Sat
urday. with out-tanding authorities
from London. England, and San
Juan. Puerto Rico, leading the dis
cussions.
Subjects for consideration will
include arthritis, the stroke patient,
exercise and heart disease, anl
modern trends in rehabilitation.
dinner, at the Fontainebleau Hotel
will be sponsored by the South
Florida Council for Medical Serv-
ices and Vocational Training in
Israel, an organization which func-
tions as a bu>iness and professional
council for the Israel Histadrut
Committee here, and has spear-
headed the construction of the
Greater Miami Medical Center at
Beersheba and the Greater Miami
Amal Technical High School at
Ramleh. both in Israel.
Mr. Rifkin. who is president of
Ihe American Technion Society in
South Florida, has served here as
vice president of the American
Friends of the Hebrew University,
and is one of the top leaders of
the Hebrew Academy. He has been
honored in Miami Beach and in
his home town of Wilkes-Barre.
Pa., for service to the State of
Israel Bonds organi/.a'ion and to
the United Jewish Appeal, and is
an active member of Temple Beth
Sholom here
The American Histadrut Develop.
ment Foundation, which sponsor* I
the long-range educational. medi
cal. cultural and welfare program*'
Of the Histadrut in Israel, will co-l
spon-or the function
<,00lt TIIIMiS IX LIFE
Bagels...and Good Coffee
No taste in the world satisfies like a bakery fresh
bagel...and a cheering cup of Maxwell House
coffee. Both are constant, unchanging and match-
less in the joy they giveeach in its own, a tradi-
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of miiu rooot
MAXWELl HOUSE
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K meant Kosher. under lupirviilei af
abW Bernard levy.
gathered for you
Miriam field
^I'^iiat shll we tale, about thitwte*!
I verything under the win! s
m> Fall collectioa of topical imta,
THE TALMUD THE TEACHERS
Tll a citv deteriorates, it i-. imm |
tlu (caftan are inadequ.-iiiU rtceaj
penscd." So declared sjconri-cintan;
s:il!i Simeon lien > ohai. I or tl rahta |
insisted that reasonable salaries, at
Hill ;is respect. Ih- paid i tduratan,
"Ihe world exists onls lor tin sake
id the school children." nminl ,i\ I
Judafe the Prince,editor ol iIm Mbtmak
" \nd Ihc studies ( school I'Vildrn
ma> not be interrupted ntn fnr the
htnlding of the Testate." l Human historian lacilus inti'iiH-ntei '
cnntcmptiii.usl) mi the continipnrary |
Jewish scow: "Thej mum it cris* I
to kill an> of their children. Ita) think j
ranch nl has inc. children ami rerthiajaH
liiiini: death." No wonder Ihc Ktieaaj
I mpin declined and fell .
IDEA HONOR THE RABBI DAY
ft inn! 'hr (/..(A and round
day in mil day ami, ihc Hnh"
pniys, worrits, teaches, prate
in be nil things to nil "nil i
lliunklrn task. So tin* ahnui W
asiiU a tpei ml ilu) < ihtch th am
niuinix goes out "/ fts way to sipn
ein/hiiln mill and appreciation
Rnhhi ami his wife?
TRADE BETWEEN EGYPT > ISRAil
W ouldn't J on he astonished if mmi si I
that headline in > our inormni; in .paper
Ncll. the headline is authentic bet
2.K0O years old. dating hack In 'tic mk
ol \sssrian Winy. Saraon II. a* "?*
icall> related h> the proplu: Iviij".
Head all about it in Isaiah's great
THE COMMON DISEASE
"<>nr ni ilu commonest tpii
eas< a." as diagnosed b\ ph* i
losiipher Maimanktes, "is to
own religion and to despisi
He who tujfers /rum this .; m
to hi hull thai which in i '
understand."
YIDDISH IS ALIVE AND WEtl
in New York (its at an> rale. I aloin.
downtown, on Itroadwas aad oaSeeaa
\sctiuc. c*tii on ( entral I'ari. SnotM
iddish theater puns then days
packed enthusiastic and cinpsithvlic
houses. \nd whs not? efta^.lBa*"* |
co/>. caustic. cosmopolit.iii. and 0"l>
about a thousand sears aid, N ataeleO* |
is much too \mini; to die. Isd 1K'*
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b gieen peppers I pound |'c- J ott'
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1W tips, salt 'A tsp PW" ..^
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3 Ibsps cold water 3 Ibsps Planteui"
2 caps sliced onnr
I can (I-pound 3-ountf) lowit**
1>4 tsps. salt iitsp. pePP"
1 bar leal
A cap trrmr. packed < brow "I"
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Place creat. iwer. M..l'ec P" *,
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cooled aj*Bi peppers. lop witn r"
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sliced onions and saute un.il l."der A
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Hebrew Free Loan Election Scheduled
The Greater Miami Hebrew Free
I^)an Association will hold its an-
nual election meeting for officers
and hoard of directors at 8 D.m
Sunday, in the Miami Beach Fed
eral Auditorium, 755 Washington
Ave. Miami Beach,
Isadora Schwartz, president, has
announced that a war-end report
will be given and new members
will be introduced Refreshments
and entertainment will be pro-
vided
For more than 20 years the
Association has been providing
interest-free loans to needy indi-
viduals in the community. A blood
bank ha been made available tor
[he members and there i- ..-i
emergencj fund thai make- small
sums of monej available on an
outright gift basis,
Mayor Chuck Hall (seated, center) is shown
is suing a proclamation designating Novem-
ber as B'nai B'rith Month in Dade County.
Shown with Mayer Hall are (seated from left )
Paul Seiderman, E. Albert Pallot. Samuel
Pascoe and Jack Rosenberg, and (standing
from left) Jack Fink, Jack Kirschbaum, Jack
R. Glide. Sigmund Dawer and Dick Donath.
coiLno
kosbeR.
FRANKFURTERS
juici/ cwL
ctwctowil .
Richard Schulman Heads So. Florida Savings PR Society
BKHABD SCHULMAN
jFarbond Branch Meeting
.Judge Harold B.Spaet will speak
|i.:i the topic: -'After the Elections"
la; the general meeting of the
i.'iaim Weizmann branch of Far-
Iband Sunday at 7:30 p.m. in the
I Washington Federal auditorium.
1234 Washington Ave
A Great Lunch!
CHEESE
KREPLACH
ITALIAN STYLE
Thai s Chel Boy-Ar-Dee Ch< ese
' Hi Tasty little macaroni pies
1 I' d with zippy cjteese and sinv
ii in tavuy tomato sauce
Urri-m-jh, t^al JMIi.m Mam. Only
about me pei seruingr-and lust
the easWst ybu rver lived.
-CHEESE,.
Ravioli
'N SWCl
K chard C Schulman. vice pres- idem ol Citizens Federal:
I Loan^SCaVm; 1**"? SaringS StebblnS' ViM *** f "Oily'
nil Loan Association and president -ool t-v,.....,| jn Broward County
h2, "IJi "^ nillRn,h h:" an" Glen Dlxon- vi* P"den1 of
been elected president of the Sav- Fust Federal in West Palm Beach
11TD PURE BEEF
Kashruth Supervision by
prominent Orthodox Rabbi:
Rabbi Ben Zion Rosenthal
ana two steady Mashgichim
V. 9 Cov't '-,".. 1
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Met) of South Florida, a non-profit
organization affiliated with the
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the marketing ot services of Sav-
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Other officers include Jerry
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American Savings and Loan Asso-
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serve as secretary Donald Camp-
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Federal in Pom pa no Beach was
elected treasurer Vice presidents
will be W Bentlev Glass, vice pres bert Tarr
Workmen's Circle Plans
Theatre Patty, Nov. 22
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Lee Ruwitch To Accept AJX. Media
Award For Community Television
i recognition of the excellence the group.
'heir community and. Mrs. Maurice Cahn. membership
lie affairs programs, the Com- vice president, Florida Women's
lit) Television Foundation of Division, will be chairman for the
S :h Florida. Inc.. Channel 2. will bruncheon, assisted by cocha:rman
resented the American Jewish j Mrs. Joseph Albuquerque, past
jresi Media Award at the fifth president. Louise Wise Chapter.
aal .John F. Kennedy Tribute New members and their sponsors
members and guests of ihe will receive special membership
ida Women's Division, ajc. at awards from Mrs. Calm.
truncheon at noon Thursday
2! in the Algiers Hotel. Members of the planning com-
; mittee include: Mrs. Jerry Zeltzer,
ee Ruwitch, the Foundation's president. Aviv Chapter: Mrs Ko>e
dent, and George Dooley, ex Racher, president pro-tern, Eleanor
-. tive vice president, will accept Roosevelt Chapter; Mrs. Harry
nu ice plaque for York, president, and Mrs.IdaGer-
son, vice president membership,
Herzl Chapter; Mrs. Jack Shap'ro,
sidenl and Mrs. Rose Segel>n,
vice president membership, Jus-
tine Chapter; Mrs Joseph White,
iresident, and Mrs. Louis Cohen,
viic president membership, Louise
Wise Chapter; Mrs. Samuel Can-
tor, president and Mrs. Samuel
Ivler, vice president membership,
Jade Winds Chapter; Mrs Jos
Susnoff, pres'denl and Mrs R
ii ick Wolfson, vice president mem
bership, Mar-Len Chapter; Mrs
nnel 2.
. bbi Leon Kr nish, president of
S uth Florida Council, AJC,
a natiom I \ ii e president, will
it the charier of the new!)
nized Jade Winds Chapter to
- Samuel Cantor, president ol
Editor to Speak On Middle East at B'nai B'rith Lodge
Don Shoemaker, editor of the gram chairman, will speak on : *
M ami Hera Id, h 11 be guest -peak- topic "The Middle East in V,
er at the month.\ m 'ting of ii'nai politics,':
Brit). Gold COM Lodge al 8 p.m. Supreme L
Monday in Ihe Palace Playhouse. H
Scacoasl Towers I regional membership director, *
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Parkway Homo
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Jewish Book Month
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Mi norah will speak on
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Pro-? 5-3
Israeli Woman Journalist To Address
Miami Chapter Hadassah Board Ned
ie ons B ir Dai id, an Is-
raeli journalist will eak a( an
en boar i mi eting of the Miami
, er Hi Hadassah at 0:43 a.m.
Ttiesday in ihe >\ i>n i
ral Aud'torium, 6! 9 N'E 167lh St.,
North Miami Beach.
Mrs. Bar David w rites ;i month
!j column for the Jerusalem Post
and a regular series ol articles,
"The Plan ol An Israel Mo.:-
[or 1 ladas >ah Vlaga sine, as
iting to the Winnl-
Free Press and other publics-
ions
Time Magazine, for whom -he i<
writ ng a cookbook, sponsored her
to the United States S ie
in Orlando before c iming here
pai i ol a regional trip to talk
about t tie Hadassah. Israel (Sduca
tion Service, which comprises the
Brandeis Vocational Service an I
the Alice Salisberg Comprehensive
School.
Born in Canada, the 58-year-old
journalist moved to Palestine in
1936 and -tarted to write "The
i>" during the siege of Jerusa-
lem in 1948. Her husband, Jaap
Bar David, a native of The Neth-
erlands, is a literary agent in Is-
..(1 Thc> have four daughters and
three granddaughter! who were
born in Hadassah Hospital.
*
The Naomi group of the Miami
chapter of Hadassah will sponsor
Us annual auction at the Hillel
House, 1100 Miller Dr., Coral Ga-
it s, Saturday, Nov. 23.
Merchandise ranging from hand-
- and jewelry to furniture, va-
ation cruises and weekends at
tels will he sold to the highest
bidder by Leonard Stern, auction-
eer, starting at 8:30 p.m. There
lill be an "early bird" sale a!
30 p.m Proceeds from the auc-
n will go to Youth Aliyah, a
i ih project to aid children
elocated in Israel from troubh I
i '
Mrs Bernard Moscowitz is
the event
Miami chapter i- winding
. mth >l V iuth Alij .tii acti\
18 ips participated in
largest fun
i :..- ah T'A I
i : Aliyah events still to
: ice
Eleanor Roosevelt group is
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Tikvaf) will ':; i ,. buffel dinner
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Gabli Wome i's ( ib Mrs. Marge
Courtney will be chairman.
Mrs. I. A. Miller, chairman o:
I e Youth Alij h activities on a
-hapter li the \ ar-
ius programs.
Other acti> luded .. -
Rabbi Da> d Shapiro at the
Chai, Menora'i and Naomi groups'
bruncheon Chairmt n ol the Eve
Jade- ii te] i A-ere Mrs Har-
i. I Annis of Ch ii. Mrs. Leon Ro-
i I of Menorah and Mrs. Marvin
Slotkin of Naomi.
Rabbi Ralph Kingsley aldre sd
i luncheon meeting ol the Ramah
jroup at the New Horizons.
Leo Mindlin, former managing
editor of the Jewish Floridian.
spoke to a luncheon meeting of t1"1
Aviv* group at King's Bay Yacht
Club Mrs. Mortan Weinstein was
oharman of the event.
Mrs. Sol Landau talked to the
Torah group at a luncheon meet
ing and fa-hion -how at Miami
Springs Villas.
The Chaim Weizmann group met
for lunch at the David Williams
Hotel. Chairman of the fund-raisin.'
affair for Youth Aliyah was Mrs
Libby Kagan.
Paul Kwitney, an attorney, was
featured speaker ai the Mt. Scopus
group's luncheon at the Everglades
Hotel. Mrs. Manuel Burstein was
chairman.
Mrs Gerald Sohz spoke at a
bruncheon and fashion show of the
Alcsrt Einstein and Mayim groups
at the .Maie.. Polo Hotel. Mrs.
Meyer Sadowsky of the Albert Ki-
ll Mrs Ralph Demar
Of the Ma; ..:. -: up Acre chi
men.
Othcers of the Women's League For Israel
UncDln-Miami Beech Charter, who were- n-
ttilfed ai liHi-tMtmi at the Eden Rev
Hotel are. (from left): Emma Rattner, donor
chairman; Tanya Wolshin, vico president
ways and means; Esther Tyson, vice-presi-
dent education; Mrs. Jay (Yaffa) Dermer,
vice-president, program; Fay Tup'.er, hen-
Library Bsrecfcr
Branded Chapter
Luncheon Speaker
"D> 'i "i i an i Dilemma of a
Library" v r be ||scu sed by Ron-
ald V. r/e.i directr-r of the Gold
irb l. bra-;., at the annual fall
luncheon meeting of the Brandeis
tuner ity Nati.....ii Women'- Com-
mittee. Greater .i..ami Chapter, at
ioon Thursday. Nov. 21, at the
Eden Roc Hotel.
Mr G'e is a i active officer of
he Picif c Northwest Library As-
sociation, the N'evi York State and
the "' i ii Library Assoc-a-
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Friday. November 15. 1S68
Controversial Rabbi Is Guest Speaker
At Adult Institute Of Temple Israel
Leo Mindlin, Miami Herald
columnist and member of the
faculty of Miami-Dade Junior
College, will address a brunch
meeting of Temple Beth AM at
10:15 a.m. Nov. 24 in the South
Dade conareqation's social hall.
Weiss To Reopen
Royal Hungarian
Mr and Mrs. Philip Weiss, just
returned from a vlsil to Israel,
will reopen their Royal Hungarian
Kosher Restaurant for the 22:i season thi> year falls on Nov 28
The Weisses visited hotels and
food establishments while in I-
rael "We broughl bai k manj new
Ideas which we will put to'good
use :n our catering service." Mr.
Weiss said.
T i couple cell brated the High
H > Da v h le in Israel and par-
I tree planting in tlm
J I i F Kennedj Memorial Forest.
Sherwin T. Wine, one ofthemot
controversial American rabbis of
recent times, will be Sunday morn-
log's lecturer for the Greenfield
Adult Institute at Temple Israel of
Greater Miami.
"Can We Have Judaism Without
God?" will be discussed by the
young, spiritual leader of the Bir-
mingham Temple in Michigan who
created a sensation in theological
circles several years ago with his
philosophy "Humanistic Jtirla
ism." The nation'- leading maga-
z'nes have written extensively on
the subject.
Educated at the University of
Michigan, Rabbi Wine was ordain-
ed at Hebrew I'nion College in
1956. He served for two years as
an Army chaplain and then a.*
assistant rabbi of Temple Beth Kl
in Detroit belore organizing Bir
minpham Temple along the con-
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Review series ;it 1:30 p.m. Monday
in the Algiers Hotel, when Sej
nmiir B. I.iebinan. lecturer and au
thor, w 11 review "Don Isaac A bra-
vanel" by 15. Natanyahu.
The i>i ocee Is from this series
helps to support Hadassah hrael
Education Services in Israel. Tick-
ets ma) be purchased through local
groups Mrs. Jack Miller is chair-
man; Mrs. Philip Thau ;- chapter
president.
Sophie Tucker Group will hold a
Member-bring-a Member Tea Tues
day at the coastal Towers, 400
Kings Point Dr. Guest speaker will
be Harrj Kimball. Mrs Renee
Marnirk is president and Mrs, Har-
ry Rothstein. chairman.
The I. R. Goodman Business and
Professional Group o| Hadassall
will hold its regular meeting at 8
p.m. Wednesday in the Miami
Beach Federal Hank Bl lg., 8th SI
and Washington Ave. Guest speak
er will be Rabbi David Raab of
Temple Beth Raphael Mrs Sam
Dubison, soloist, will be accompa-
nied on the piano by Mr-. Keemah
Bar net Mrs Jean Frankel, chair-
man, announces tickets an- avail-
able for the Nite Club Affair Sat-
urday. Nov. j:i Mrs Libby Kruh-
ling, chairman.
Kadimah Group plans a regular
meeting Monday. Dec 2, at the
Singapore Hotel. Luncheon will be
served at noon and a candlelight-
ing ceremony will honor the mem-
ory ol Mrs Meyer Schneider, pres
dent
MDJC Dean, Book Editor
Library Luncheon Speaker
W, P. Shaw, dean of academic
affairs at Miami Dade Junior Col-
lei e, will speak on "In Search of
an Israeli Writer" at the library
luncheon of the Sisterhood ol Ten
pie Beth Sholom at noon Wednes
day at the Temple. 4144 Chase
Ave.. according to an announce-
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chairman.
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I ... EIGHTY. EIOHT Ycadc ___.
EIGHTY-EIGHT YEARS
Uthough mj mother. Jeanne Rothschild just
eel. ated her 88ih birthday, and thai- a lot of
she plays bridge and canasta and gads
; llke l,l:"' havin \ a ball1 Here from I a'c
' help h -r cell h ate, were two f her
' ";d ner '' Jere, \,h ha- turned
si lik hi
mo'her, i an. musi be awfully proy i
Jere brought alona hi. ( rl, Shirley \v i
an adorable g rl with soarklins eyes an l
ha'i li>>'-; no i,. jgcr tli.in a minute
A SURPRISE
Doris siuiic's sister-in-law, Sue (Mrs
Edv .idi Stone called and asked her i<> come ovei
Tu.-day afternoon, because a friend was bringing
In- dress sample line for them to see, Doris
m t resist But to her complete surprise,
when she walked into 'he home of Sue- mo;her.
Mrs Kenneth Van Geun in Hollywood Hills, she
id Sue and her mother were giving a bridal
sh iwer for her. A yellow parasol topped the
arraj of beautifully wrapped shower gifts, and a
bis airplane via- used a- a centerpiece, because
Charles Alden (irah.im, whom Doris married a
few day, later at the Algiers Hotel, is with
Car bair in San Juan
Among the guests honoring the daughter of
Mrs Dorothy Stone were Mrs My Rosenthal, Mrs.
William Roberts, Mrs Cilbert Press, Mrs. Ed-
ward Van Geun, Mrs. Jerr> Rosenthal, Mrs.
PhyUis (Jarlx-r Mrs. Ferd Storch. Mis Catherine
Graham and Mrs. Louis Finkel
AN EMPTY PICTURE FRAME
That's what Ted and Un'h Pritikin not a- one
oi ihe presents from all of their ch:ldren on
their 45th wedding anniversary In the frame will
formal picture the two Pritikin sons. Bob
and Riehard. and the'r wives Natalie and Mm ha
and all nine of their chil hen a picture that
ma; t ike -(en doing to get
There was lots of steak as well a- presents
at the barfaeque h >ld at the 'treasure Island
of the Robert Pritikins Othi r me nbe ol
family included "Aunty Bee" i.M;-- R >-
Pritikin). Mr and Mis Lou's Pritikin, Mis Wil
liam lloeeor and her grandchild, Mrs Abe Fried.
Mrs Leroy Solinskv and Mi- Selma Edwards.
It was tin- nicest kind of part)
THUS ENDED THE DAY
First there was the Bar Mitzvah at Temple
Beth Am. Then came the lovely luncheon, also a'
Ihe Temple Wayne, son of Seymour and Bobbi
Dubin, was fhe hero of the day. At dinner that
evening in the Dubin home, the new garden, the
delicious foot! and Wayne vied for attention
Seymour did all the masonry in the dreamy new
garden himself, The garden is developed ariuiul
a free-form floor of old briek. the outdoor furni
tore is all in white and yellow, and Seymour and
Bobbi hail set up small tables with yellow cloths
and orange napkins on the patio The abundant
llower arrangements were in harvesl colors
nil-, browns, gold and orange.
!; Wes brother and sistei Jaj and .III. the
Is included Mi an i Mrs u lymond Pear on
M'" Ma Steinb Mr a Mrs Arthur Rosi-
1 an l Mrs Norman Dubin, Mrs R<
Su in S ihat no v.r an Mrs Paul
' "f' Mr. and Mrs M'iria Winslon, Mr an I
Mrs \ :. mi Al In. Mi an i Mrs Justin Flei cher.
: Ac n and Fr ik Ste'nberg!
' anj I v h im u -re h :.' s > n o ir h i
up with It was a grand ending to an excitin
da-.
SOMEONE WENT BOOM!
I don'l see how Debbie 'Mrs Henry) WernicV
can reallj feel she was luc'-y, after her Irak
accident while sh? was visiting her sister, Mrs
A' Harris in West Orange \ i she has a cal on
each arm to the elbow after a fall down the
steps which broke one wrist and the other arm
,n two places. Now hack in Miami with her son
and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs Gerald Wer-
nicV. sh won"! be able to u e her hands for
another month, at lea t, so don't be upset if j m
don't hear from her If -I- can manage to talk
without waving her hands, oi course, she can
carr) on a phone conversation if the receiver i-
put on the pillow hes'de her ear
IT ISN'T SO LONG TIL D="EMBER
Hy and Dorothy Feld, 'whose sister is E'hel
Nagler) came to Miami Beach last May fr mi
Yonkers, N V They love it here, but can hardly
it fo their one and onlv, R berl Feld, who is
a pre-law senior at th" U liversitv of Hartford, to
come down for Hi- h lida\ season He has just
h"en elected to "Who- Who in American Uni-
> "s and h's pa ""'- are ver\ m^ud.
HE NEVER HAD A BIRTHDAY PARTY
If i om's Bemstc'n never had a birthday party
befoie he certainh has '.::' me now- Their
daughter. Marcy Weiss and hoi- husband. Med,
m ; Louis and Bertha over for dinner before
s mchat To'ah services at B nai Raphael And it
turned out to bo a hie. family celebration, with
all th" family a b'g silvr "70" and a "fa'nily
tree' as a centerpiece Louis, who has lived in
Hialeah ten years, since retiring from the Postal
Department in Bayonne. N I having served 35
years) and Bertha, an amateur o;l and china
painter, were delighted lo find- besides Mel and
Marcy and their children. Andrea and Stenhen
their daughter, .lean, her husband. Tom Mannion.
their *r>n. Michael, from Hollywood and their son.
Bernie Bernstein, (the pianist half of the Burns
and Scott duol his wife Carol, and their children.
Wayne and Sherri. It was a wonderful party,
and they really did yo to Simchat Torah after
wards
Fronces Lehman
Rabbi Stern First Entry In Synagogue Cultural Lectures
The first lecture in the 196846
tural Lecture Series, sponsored
bj tin Jacob <" Cohen Community
Synagogue, is scheduled for 8 p.m
Wednesday, in the sanctuary of the
synagogue, 1532 Washington Ave.
Rabbi Tibor ll stern, the syna-
gogue's spiritual leader who i- pre-
sentl) ii Israel, will speak on "The
Combination oi Forces in Israel "
The Cultural lecture- are con-
ducted On Ihe last Wednesday of
To \Uk Honored \t
Siililmlli Dinner
Kmir young men of the congre-
gation will Im- honored at the an-
nual Sabbath Dinner sponsored by
the Sisterhood of Temple Tifereth
Jacob Friday. Nov. 22.
They are Theodore and Hank
Klein, sons of Kabbi and Mrs.
Maurice Klein; Saul Silverman.
son ol Mr. and Mrs. Leon Silver
man: and Joel Stein, son of Mr.
and Mrs Max Stein
The dinner will feature tradi-
tional food- prepared in the Tem-
I e kitchen. Mrs. Wanda Lawver
and Mrs Sadye Lebowitz are in
i harge of reaervati
t ich month during the winter and | 'es in the fields of literature and
feature nationally known authori-1religion.
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND presents
11/ ii
. ri busy
Exhibit of Israeli Art To Be Shown at YMHA
An exhibit of art. highlighting
I raeli and Jewish themes, will be
displayed in the Main Lobby of
the VM-YWHA oi Greater Miami
at the first conceit in the sine-.
"The Showcase ol Young Israeli
Vrtists" Saturday
The irl work loaned for the oc
bj the Gull American Gal
leries through the courtesy and
'" ity ol philanthropist I con
ii I R -en. w ill als be on exhibi-
tion Sunda) irom 2-5 p.m.
Included will be the work of
Moshe Cattel, Mane Katz and
shmutUBoneh. Such original paint-
as Four Hassidim. Wai
Wall, Ghetto <>i Warsaw, Bit i \
'i Torah, Pioneers, Angel, Immi-
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Friday, November 15, 1965
"Trances eCe/itim/i
We
the
Women
RITA
WOMAN OF THE WEEK
!( was in 1934 (hat Bea and Maxwell Hyman brought
their familj of two girls and two boys from New York to
Miami to live. Growing up in a home filled with love in-
-'. mg lanvly feeling in
the children which they in nun
have implanted in their own fami-
lies Although the brothers and
have left the Hyman nesl
they al! manag i to see each other
m'\ al I mes a year.
One daughter, however made
Miami her home. Rita is married
to Dr. Leslie Bukstel. She and her
family cross tin causeway to keep
Grandma and Grandpa's from get
ting lonely.
A serious youngster Rita was a
good student. She started her
music career by taking singing
lessons bjc!-: in her high school
days. She set a- a goal for herself for her senior year at
Miami Beach High to make the Honor Society and to be
Soloist at the annual Minstrel Coronation show
At the University of Mian.: she accelerated so that she
got her degree in Music in 3'j years. Everything that she
did was tied up with her passion for singing including
being song leader of her sorority. Sigma Delta Phi. Sh?
sang during the war years for the U.S.O. and the Red Cross.
>he met Leslie Bukstel during her senior year. It was
love at first sight for them both and it has stayed that way.
When Leslie got out of the navy four years later they were
married While he was finishing his Optometry School
training in New York. Rita worked as a secretary for Na-
tional Hadassah. Then they moved to Miami where I^eslie
set up his office. Rita worked as a legal secretary until
the time came to start a family.
Son Lee is now at the University of Florida and wants
to follow in his fathir's profession. Both Lee and his sister
Ellen who is a junior in high school can sing and play the
piano well. But unlike their mother they have allowed other
involvements to come first. Now Gary who is eight years
old is going to start taking piano lessons. The neighbors
must In used to tiiat piano practising by now
Rita has sung for ajmit every Jewish orgi nization in
Greater Miami as well as civic organizations. She felt that
by d.iin. this she was able t" give service to the community
that she didn't have the opportunity to do in other ways,
Rita belongs to many organizations, she was a charter
member of Shore Division National Council oi Jewish Wo-
men but her life is too full now to .lo more tha pay her
dues
Fifteen years ago she decided shi like to make
exti ; so that she wouldn't hav< to tend t ) all the
det; of hi ng so thai she could reallv stud; and
sing i' business started on a small scale but 1
Papetr i bj Rita 11. Bukstel has ng
:- rhi this is thai Ri .
n't lor thi
Id
ling 1 fascina'
rntally Rita i
t a delight 'o work
Rita a
I jng,
and fishing wit I I Now I
. er '. th eight yeai
are tarting all over with ,
th second time an
ha' brou ;hl up their fam
Jewish ethical values bj wh themselves
li\' H estj ncerity, true friend I | lops ones skills,
ai d ill nt and self discipline. Tin | what a per-
son is so much more important than the world's posses-
bus that a person owns fhe Bukstels have chosen a
of life that for them is great. It includes accomplishment,
satisfaction in cultural affairs and togetherness with a close
circle oi family lriends. It includes a close involvement with
their Temple. Temple Israel. On Sunday they go to the
Temple together. The chiluien go to Sunday School while
they attend the Temple lectures series.
They like all music, of course, concerts, opera, lectures.
golf, tennis and boating which used to be shared with Lee but
now the two younger children share their activities. They
both work off their tensions by being ardent square dance
participants. When the music starts they let down their
hair and dance their tensions away. Square dancing is a
great levelor. It is possible to dance with a brick layer and
a psychiatrist in the same square. When Rita puts on her
ruffled panties and pettieoais under her colorful skirts
she dances away all the pettiness that somehow can creep
into anyone's life.
While basically Rita is a serious person the happiness
that she has found in her singing and the business which
has snowballed beyond her wildest expects! ons i- mani-
i" net calmess wit, charm and contagious smile. Her
In*.' to.- her family permeates all thai she doei Bj the
ken the love ami th i e i rmous pride that her child-
ren and husband have hi her his enabled her to combine
the role of a successful business woman along with a lov-
ii'! mother .ami a wife.
Marilyn Bel kin
To Be Wed In
i
March Nuptials
The engagement of Marilyn
Natalie Belkin to Simon Rosin of
Miami Springs is announced by
her parents. Mr. and Mrs Hyman
Belkin of Coral Gables Mr. Ho in
is the son of Mrs. Elsie I'. Rosin
an I the late M. Aurel Rosin of Sar-
as> !a.
\ graduate of the School of Den-
ial Hygiene of Northwestern Uni-
versity, the bride-to-be is present-
ly completing her final semester
for a Bachelor of Art* degree at
the University of Miami.
Mr. Rosin is a graduate f San-
ford University Law School. Ilir
mingham, Ala., and is a member
.)! the Alabama and Florida Bars
The wedding is planned for
March 8 at Temple Judea.
/MISS MARILYN BELKIN
Helene Belkin
Will Be Bride
Of M fir on Man
Mr and Mrs. Hyman Belkin of
Cora! Gables announced the en-
gagement of their daughter. Helene
Judith, to Murray Cohen, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Cohen of
Macon. Ga.
The bride-to-be is completing
; her final semester at Crawford W.
i Long School of Nursing in Atlanta.
; Her fiance is in his f nal year at
j Georg;a Institute of Technology in
I Atlanta, where he is a candidate
for a Bachelor's degree in Aero-
nautical Engineering.
The wedding date has been set
\ for Aug. 31. and the nuptials will
take place at Temple Judea.
f
WVrner-Kahr
MISS HELE1E BEIKIN
LINDA DIAMOND
Miami-Dode Open House
On Two Compyses Sunday
i;
mat< 1: from
irs at !
i
, | |
evonl the Norl
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i
ege's t
\ '
I
e will be depicted in the n
than 150 activities planned for the
occasion,
Linda Diamond
Teaches Modern
Dane*' Class
Linda Diamond, who has just re-
turned from Paris, where she
studied and taught modern dance,
i-. teaching a new cla-s in modern
interpretative dancing at the YM
YWHA. 8500 S.W Eighth Street.
Miss Diamond, who worked at
the London School ol Contempor-
ary Dance, performing with the
Mo tern Dance Group, studied at
Chatham College in Pittsburgh,
the University of Southern Cali-
ia and the New Dam i Group
Si lio in New York
In annoui i
to the Y I. Freed cul
tural art- al ol
: i m
and purj
iis Ij ihi

itlt : lei an
-
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MRS. MARVi.V MOSS
Moss Davidson
Rites Solemnized
Marilyn Davidson and Mi r
Moss were married In SCSI
mony at the Ditilom.it I
Club Saturday, Nov. 9.
Max A Lipschits officiatin
Serving as matron of honor
Mrs. Susan Knopman Seym
Rosenberg was best man a<
erg were S;dney Gersh. Irv;
hens'ein. Bernard Pestcoe. Man
David'on. Stuart Ross and A
Car met
The bride, daughter of Mr
Mis Jack R. Davidson of 1*
Marseilles Dr.. Miami Beach, gi
uated from Miami Beach S-
Hi'h School and attendeil the
versity of Miami.
The bridegroom, son of Mi
Mr- Irving Moss. 1200 West A.
Miami Beach, graduated fr
University of Miami Law Si
A former special assistant attoi
general of Florida. Mr. Moss
member of the law firm of P i
ind Moss, a member of the Mia it
Beach Charter Revision and Ri
Board, president of the M
Beach Jaycees. president
Miami Alumni Chapter of P \.
pha Delta law fraternity,
justice of Phi Alpha Delta I
ternity for Florida. Georgi
Puerto Rico, vice president
North Shore Lodge. B'nai '
Florida regional hoard men
the Anti-Defamation I i
president of the Forte
Men's Social Club, vice |
of the Progressive D
Club "f Miami Beach
of the Dade Ci untj Yo
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Friday, November 15, 1968
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\ Miami's Mayor Sherman
S. Minn wa; presented a plaque
by Lc-roy Borofsky, president of
Belli M -he Congregation, for his
outstanding contribution to both
the syi gogue and the city at a
testimi litil dinner held recently
at the I eauville Hotel. More than
500 attended the alfalr at which
Congressman Claude Pepper was
a speaker MC v.as Larry King,
and SaTimy Spear and his orches-
tra ed for dancing.
Louis Gabowiti, Miami Beach
concert violinist, has been award-
ed a Certificate <>f Honor by 'he
Pab'o Casals organization. Mr.
Gabow ;/ made an outstanding
conti ;h:,!ion to the cultural tlevel-
opmi: of Puerto Rico by hi-
participation a a member of the
Fesl v; Casals orchestra, the
certifii i te attests

The Bernard Rosenblatts of
South Miami arc pioud parents
and with three good reasons
Son Jack, who entered Yanrler-
bilt University as an "early ad-
mission-" student after attending
Coral (Jables High, is now 18. and
one of the youngest first year stu-
dents Yanderbilt's School of Med-
icine has ever enrolled. To
achievt this status he "skipped"
his sophomore year at Yander-
bilt .
Oldest son Lea, well-known Uni-
versity of Miami arti-t and car-
toonist, has been accepted as a
student at the Los Angeles Art
Center of De>icn. He and his wife.
Stephanie, plan to leave for Cali-
fornia in February to continue
his studies.
Daughter Paula, "Sweet Six-
teen" this month, is celebrating
her birthday with her friends at
a supper dance at the Coral Ga-
bles Holiday Inn
A d York State General Hospital at
Willanl. NY Dr. Oliver W Wolf-
son had a twofold purpose in
visiting Miami Beach recently.
He combined a reunion with his
father Dr. Abraham Wolfson, the
founder and director of the Spi-
noza forum for Adult Education,
with ; '.tendance at the American
1) Vssociatii 109th
coir i on, hen- he Dartici at)
in many of the sciei I t c sessions
The I':'. Wol
achieved by the Abe Goldberg* of
928 Meridian Ave.. Miami Beach,
who marked the 50th anniversary
of their wedding recently with an
open house celebration with fam-
ily and friends. In the beverage
business in New York before his
retirement. Mr. Goldberg has been
active both politically and socially
since coming to Miami Beach '12
years ago,
"Sweetest Woman >' the Year"
i- Lee (Mrs. Norman) Klein, prexy
of the National Children's Car-
diac Hospital Deeds Club. And
she has a Florist Association of
Greal r Miami proclamation and
an inscribed silver tray to prove
it. Both were presented to her by
Metro Mayor Chuck Hall at a re-
cent ceremony. Dubbed "Sweet
esl Man" by the Florists at the
same time was Jackie Gleason.
The Senior Citizen of South
Florida who in the opinion of a
panel of impartial judges has
made the most outstanding con-
tribution to the community at
large, will be honored by North
Shore Lodge 1744. B'nai B'rith, at
a luncheon next Feb. 19.
Recenl ceremonies marked the ins'allation o'.
the new officers cf the U'andar Cha-,t?r cf
Women's American CRT. Shown ircm left)
are: Mrs.. Louis Ban, treasurer; Mrs. Joseph
Arnovitz, membership dues vice president;
Mrs. Carl Ee.man, honor roH vi~e presi-
dent, Mi 3. Florence Kupperman. region past
president and installing officer; Mrs. Morris
Apner, president; Mrs. Louis He.zog, program
chairman; Mrs. Ann Kramer, recording sec-
retary; Mr~. Leslie Ferirnan, coiresponiing
s^cretcrv; Mrs. Jce Sampson, finanrial secre-
tary; and Mrs. Jack Sherman, special pro-
jects vice president. Net shown am Mrs.
] i<*rjore Grue, membership vice president;
Mrs. Jack Breitbart, parliamentarian.
Creative Worship Service Marks Sisterhood Sabbath
Gables, at 8:13 p.m. Friday, Nov
A creative worship service, writ-
ten especially for Sisterhoo I Sab-
bath, will be presented at Temple
Fudea, 5500 Granada Blvd.. Cora:
22. Rabbi .! irris A. Kipper, soloist
Rita Shore, and the congregational
choir will jo.n with the officers of don of Bay Heights have returi
Gordons Attend JFDA
Convention In Israel
Mrs. Harrj Gordon, of the Brick-
ell Townhouse, and Mrs, Ike G
Beth Torah Sisterhood
Fete Paid-Up Members
The Mollic Kahaner Sisterhood
of Beth Torah Congregation will
hold its annual paid-up member-
ship meeting at 8 p.m. Monday.
Nov 25. in the Social Hall.
Featured on the program will be
1 National Women's League skit
entitled "How to Succeed in Sister
Moss, eochairmen of the event. hoort o/jthout Really Trying." The
To be eligible, the nominee must show, starring Sisterhood Players.
Clubs, organizations or individ-
uals wishing to nominate a Senior
Citizen for the honor should sub-
mit the names, and the reasons
for their choice, to either Judge
Walter B. Leibowirz or Gersh I.
Sisterhood in conducting services.
Mrs. Richard Horwlch is presi-
dent of the Sisterhood, and Mrs.
Maurice Waldorf is chairman of
'he Sisterhood Sabbath presenta-
tion, at which Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Greenblatt will be especially hon-
ored on their 50th wedding anni-
vi'r-arv
ftei a three week trip to Europe
and Israel, where they attended
'.he convention of the Jewish Fu-
neral Directors Association, repre
sent'ng the Gordon Funeral Home
of Greater Miami. They met with
S'a'e of Israel government officials
during their tour of the country.
Many major cities of Europe, in-
cluding Copenhagen, Denmark,
wpre on their European itinerary
I
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in th
be 65 years old or older.
March Wedding
Is PInimpd By
Engaged Couple
Mr. and Mrs Daniel Ahramo-
". f>81 NK 157th Tor., North
Miami Beach, announce the en-
i 'ement of the'r lughter, Gilda
Sharon, to Stenbn B Sin rer, the
on of Mr. and Mrs Sidney Sin (er,
147K) S, Spur Dr., North Miami
Gilda is a graduate of North
M'ami Sen'or High Sch >' an I
led Miami I':1 le Jun
,. Her I nci s a studen I the
i ..,, ersity of M '
hi in i
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will be directed by Mrs. Irving
Mandel. Mrs Matthew C. Ettinger
is Sisterhood president.
C Arthur S. Fried'anH, -
:. Cecelia FrifHIand, 104
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Friday, November 15, lagg
Sgt. Yossi Lapper (center), Isiaeli war hero,
briefs leaders of the Zionist Organization of
America at a rec-nt meeting. Shown with
Sgt. Lapp=r are from left1: Gi! RapDaport,
ZOA Southeast Region executive director;
Isaac Donen, immediate past president of the
Brcndeis Zionist District; Ben Gil er, chair-
man of the South Florida ZOA presidents
council, and Sidney Raymond national ZOA
vice president.
JWV Auxiliary Sets LSD Trip
Members and prospective mem-
bers ol West Miami LetUes Aoxl
ing The Establishment am | ,
Hipplos. under the direction
lap 223 Jewish War Veterans <>f Michael Marks. Other mem
the United States, will hear it "like th- committee are Mrs, Si
it really is" when thej participate Gold, invitation-. Mrs Glorii -
man and Mrs. Sam Grossman
orations; Mrs, .1 te \< htma
Mrs Abe Isgar, refreshment
Norm.,n Burman. and Mrs s
Mrs. David Bui um-,.r ui-- , trangportal
M Stern arid Mrs Bi
in an L.S I' l- st< Si e Do trip
Thursday evening N'o\ 21, accord
i Mrs James Stern, president
pr i lent an member hip chair
man has o inated a psyc
heme mr the event scheduled at
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The Two-Twenty-Three Skidoo Sundej in a program present!
players will present a skil depict- the EOP1 l-egal Service
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Paae 11-B
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BEAUTY SALON M. B.
GROSSING upwards of $125.-
000 year. Average head $8
tcr perton. One of the belt
money makers in MB. $10.-
000 in equipment. $8,000 han-
dls. Exclusive.
STATE BUSINESS
BROKERS
765 N.E 79th Street
(BOB TROHN)
Phone 759-4368
TWO-BEDROOM
HOME IN S.W.
$18,500
HALF CASH
Garage, Air-Cenditioned,
Heated. 2 Blocks off
Coral Way, but at corner.
Two super markets.
Call HI 4-4929
WANT TO REALLY LIVE?
Seldom can we offer you a 30
acre estate in the famous
Redland area that consists
of a charming large 2 story
Southern style home, plus a
2 bedroom guest cottage with
patio and barbeque area, nes-
tled amonc a tremendous
variey of tropical fruits and
shrubs. Approximately 27
acres of top-notch lime trees
with fully equipped packing
house, excellent income. If
you want to be a gentleman
farmer and live the life of
Riley. make appointment by
colling Sam Bradley or Pep-
Py Carney. Associates 247-
7221. total price $170,000.
KEYES CO. 43rd Year
REALTORS
220 N. Krome, Homestead
GENIE is here!!!
The sensational, new, jelto'i. lens-
tyDe electroslotic copier is comoleiely
automatic ... copy pooer stored in
machine. Copies onything the rye
can see in seconds. CoO'*^ o-t'.a
lite up to 11" x 14".
ONLY
Courteous Complete
24 Hoor Service
LELA B. REED, Realtor
575 N.E. 125th Street
North Miami, Florida
Phone 7S1-1688
$6,500 CASH
TAKES NICE CO-OP
Near Lincoln Road, 1st
Floor, Or will lease for
season. Call from 8 a.m.
to 10 a.m. 538-8719.
BUS'frtSS OPPORTUNITY
AMERICAN NUT
Sales Of So. Florida
6660 BISCAYNE BLVD.
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Part Time No Selling
EARN $600 monthly, 4 to 6
hours weekly easy and plea-
sant replacing inventory,
small investment. For ap-
pointment Call 757-1504.
Near Westchester
Immaculate-Spacious
2 Bedroom. 1 8ath. Home
Florida room, garage, fenced,
sprinklers. Well. Carpets,
drapes, refrigerator, gas heat.
3 air conditioners, shutters.
Block to Gibles bus. street
lights, sidewalks, near scho-
ols, ciood neighbors.
$18,500.00
3220 S W 96 Avnue
Inspection by Appointment
Phone OWNER 448-5258
'.'OPPORTUNITY!!
GET in on ground floor. New
Kosmetic (Containing Mink oil
Newly introduced in Florida
751-0320
LOCAL MAGIC
FINGERS FRANCHISE
WE h.ive trie fastest grow-
ing coin operated serve** m
the ever expanding motel in-
dustry. M-igic Fingers in an
all cash business with re-
turns that are hard to be-
lieve. 250.000 units are pre-
sently taking m mony whil*
our dealers sleep We need
the help of ntelligent people
with a sincere desire in es-
tablishing a local business
Of their own to nlace our
service in two million motel
rooms yet untouched $2,700
minimum investment puts
you into a valuable Magic
Fingers Relaxation Service
Franchise. Investment fully
covered by immediate in.
come producing eciU'nmrnt
You can start parttime and
build your business at your
own pace No quotas, offices.
warehouse etc. necrssarv
Preference will be shown to
those indicating a sincere in-
terest m establishing a long
lasting relationship. Inclusion
of full address and phone
number in first letter a must
for consideration. Magic fing.
er Inc. Suite 333. 7^00 Bs-
cayne Blvd.. Miami. Fla
33138. Area Code 305-758-
5544
WANTED NEW PRODUCTS
OR SALES PROMOTION
To Sell Direct To Jobbers Consumer
Stores Companies or Individuals.
WE HAVE:
TRAINED SALES PERSONNEL
WATTS LINES
WAREHOUSE STORAGE ROOMS
MAILING ant1 OFFICE EQUIPMENT
CALL MR. SMITH 377-1461
-FOR SALE-
Complete 122 Units, High Rise. Package
Deal. Includes Land, Approved plans and
Permit to Build. 'Heart of Gold Coast,
Center of Miami Beach."
call
ALFRED I. BLEEMER for full details
FEINER REALTY CO., Miami Beach
350 Lincoln Rood 531-1211
Best Buy In Diaspora
Davie Area
10 or 20 Acres. $1600 Per acre
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AL ROTH, REALTY
5.3-2073 Wj-'y
(Fl. togderdole) ,M'om,)
$495*
Business (quipmtnt Co.
STANDARD OFFICE SYSTEMS
nm .. ISlif SI. Ph. M5I7J1
INCOME RESIDENTIAL
PROPERTY
2 Acre magnificent estate
and home. All fenced and
treed in. Pool, separate apt.
on property. Tremendous
garages, storage space. Zon-
ed for duplexes on rear acre
1 minute off Biscayne Blvd.
and Hi 118 St $72,500.
OWNER 757-9585
COCONUT GROVE
HOME FOR RENT
Bayshore Dr. Estate Home
Colonial. 2 Fireplaces. 4 Bed-
room, 4 Baths plus maid's
quarters. Completely screen-
ed pool and patio area. Fully
equipped kitchen with dish-
washer and disposal. Bed-
rooms carpeted. Will rent
either seasonal or by the
year.
Call 443-8672, 444-8597
CONDOMINIUM
MARIB0ROUBH HOUSl
0CEANFR0NT
5700 BLOCK
2 Bedroom. Penthouse. Fur-
nished. Ocean Terrace. $42,-
500. Adults Only.
Milton Zoloth, Broker.
CALL MURRAY
866-9026
APARTMENTS FOR SALE
12 Units. 3-4 Unit Court Building. One Bedroom Apts.
$12.00C Down. Allapattah Section. Call Owner -
888 5727
NATIONAL COMPANY
WITH MIAMI HEADQUARTERS
Otters ground floor opportunity. Income
immediate, $200 to $500 weekly. No sell-
ing. Dignified Lady or Gentleman, age,
sex no barrier.
No NIGHTS-NO WEEKEND HOURS
To qualify you must have excellent credit
and $3000 to $6500 cash and a desire to
make money!
Call or Write:
111. MANUFACTURING CORP.
Suite 1110 DuPont Plaza Center
Phone 374-6119
8 Bedroom Aprs near
Bay off 79th Street
Causeway
Terrific value Courtyard
style, over $10,000 income.
Only $17,500 down
20 New Deluxe Apt.
N.E. Close To
Everything
Terrific value. All yearly ten.
ants, with security. Over
$30,000 income, on $40,000
CARMINE BRAVO Realtor
Phone 7M-4731.
DOLL HOUSE
IN SOUTHWEST MIAMI
On quiet dead-end street,
<"! cf Crove and Gables. 1
bedroom, jalousied Florida
room, enclosed garage, in-
terior completely remodeled
two years ago, nicely land-
scaped, many bearing fruit
trees, perfect for retirees.
Price $8,500. Requires $6,500
cash, balance $75 month.
271-5804.
FOR SALE
HARDWARE STORE
Grossing Ovei S6C00C Yearly
Good Location. Owner
Phone 688-3376
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
KEY BISCAYNE
GIVE A PARTY
PANELED riving room owns
on beautiful patio, separate
dining area, large kitchen
just right for entertaining. 4
bedrooms 3 baths, beach
club. 335 Greenwood. Call
Catherine Tuggle, Associate
KEYES CO. 43rd Year
REALTORS
634 Crandon Blvd. 361 540'
TEXACO INC.
2 Modern Service Stations
fod lease. 1570 Alton Rd.,
501 Alton Rd., Miami Beach.
Paid Training Both stations
have excellent potential.
Contact 1 D. Grantham, 633-
8516 weekdays, 8 to 5.
52.000 SQ. FT. INDUSTRIAL
IDEAL location. 455 Ft ad-
vertising exposure directly
on East West Xway near
Palmetto Connection, has 286
Ft street frontaqe on NW 76
Ave at 8 St. Only 4 blocks
from new Miami Mer. h.m-
disc Mart. Easy quick access
to Palmetto and East west
Xw.tys Needs some qround
preparation Priced as is for
$?5.000. Cash or tern-;.
HICKS REALTY INC.
Realtors
Phone 446-2513
516' S.W. 8th Street
MONTICEU0, N. Y.
100 Acre Summer Resorr
with Pool. Casino. Large ^
bedroom. 3 bath home. Gros
ses $25,000 from 31 Mental
units. All Rented for Sum
ONLY $100,000
FREE AND CLEAR
mer. 1969.
Owner will cons'Oer $35,000
down payment or exenange
for Apts.. Automotive Busi
ness o rCocfctail Lourge in
Miami area.
BERLOW-REISFIELD, Realtors
1140 N E "63rd Street
Phone 945-4308
KOSHER HOUSE
INDIAN CREEK
MOTOR INN
Dock: Elevator: Bus al Door:
Cooking Facilities in
Every Room:
Monthly or Yearly.
ATTRACTIVE RATES
6060 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE
Phone 865-9361
On Beautiful Wide
Biscayne Bay
Bay Harbor Island. 4 Bed-
room, 3 Baths. Perfect condi-
tion, Large rooms, Pool, Bnr.t
Dock. Fla. Room, Foyer, liv-
ing, Dining, Kitchen and
Breakfast Room. Air Cond. &
Cen. Heat. 175' deep x 123'
on water. 110' on Street, lot
and a Half. Garage
OWNER 866-8359
CO-OP
FOR
SALE
MAGNIFICENl view on Bay
Harbor Island luxury apt.,
Heated Pool,, reverse cycle
air cond., newly decorated,
including lovely carpeting. 1
bedroom apt. Priced al S28
000. Call for appointment
8669035.
OCEAN GRANDE APT. & HOTEL*
37th, & COLLINS AVE.
Directly ON THE OCEAN
PHONE 532-1721
15 OF 72 ROOMS
Also Pulnanettes Available
REFRIGERATORS AVAIL.
CENTRAL AIR COND. .
FREE TV IN ROOM
LIVE-ENTERTAINMENT
BINGO-COCKTAIL PARTIES
FREE PARKING
POOL-SUN DECK
OFFERS........
HOTEL ROOMS
FOR SEASON
FROM NOW TO
MAY 1st
FOR $1400
LUCUYA
RESIDENTIAL
LOT, OFF
GOLF COURSE
SECTION
235-5058
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JThe Real Estate Market
! is GREAT!
I SELLERS WANTED!!
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We Have The Buyers
IMMEDIATE AND PROMPT ATTENTION -
\ALl CONSULTATION IN STRICTEST CONFIDENCE j
I SAM B. NEVEL HAROLD ROSENFELD \
/%&#&? "%i- Muu&, j I Call For Appointment I
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Advertising & Marketing
Copy and Consultation
A confidential service for
advertisers and advertising agendas.
formerly...
Vice President and Creitive Director.
J. Walter Thompson, New York, and
leo Burnett Company. Chicago.
5000' nivlem Drive. Corajt Gablea.
Florida 33146 Teiepbone 667-9370
jROSENFELD & NEVEL
Realtors
! 220 71st St., Miami Beach
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Friday, November 13,
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Je-'frey Cohen
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a\ 16.
JefTre; atti
ing i rael R< g oui School 1
iour years, is i stud >nl at J 'hn F.
Kennedj Juni r High School.
A Kiddush will i>e heid at the
.-> nagogue : ing the services
Efrey's honor.
Isaac Garazi
Isaac, son of Mr. a:d Mrs. Solo-
mon Garazi. will observe his Bar
Mitzvah at Beth Torah S;. nag
Saturday morning, Nov. 16.
Born in Havana. Cuba. I>aac at-
tends John F Kennedy Junior
Hi^h School, where he is active in
sports.
A reception will be held at the
Doral Country Cub Saturday eve-
ng in Isaac's honor, with "utof-
>wn relatives expected !<> atl >nd
Stock Split Voted
By Bank's Board
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Isaac has tw Belina
MicHaol Nivoi
At tl 1:30 a m. sen ices al
Temple Or I ilom Satur lay, N \
lb. Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs
San; V SW 17th SI will
be called to -;i" Torah when he
11 mi Bar Mitzvi
s a stu at West
r Hi h Scho I. where
:. gra le
Mr I Mrs. Nevel 'he
it illov : Friday
-. the K Satur-
>un-
at the Se\ le Hotel
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Ai ng the u si i be his
;randmother, Mrs. Eva Marinoff,
ter, Harrj Nevel an
t, Mrs. Abe Sha> in oi Chatta-
j i. Tenn h cousin. Richard
I other relatives from
an I Pittsburgh.
Penny Karn
Penny, laughter of Mr, and Mrs.
Leonard Kahn. will observe her
Bas Mitzvah Friday evening, Nov.
15. at Betn Torah Synagogue.
Penny has attended the Relig
ious School at Beth Torah for sev-
eral years and will become a mem-
: of the Confirmation class of
1970.
A student at John F Kennedy
Junior High School. Penny likes to
sew. play piano and guitar, and
is a Girl Scout.
A reception at her home will be
heid in her honor following the
services.
Clifford Russell, Jr.
Clifford Paul son i>i Mr. and
Mrs. Clifford Russell, will become
Bar Mitzvah on Saturday. Nov. 16.
at Temple Emanu-El.
fford, an c ghtb gra i -
it Nautilus Jun or High School.
plays s ix ; h n i and is inti r >ti
in sports, science and photograph)
The celebrant will he honored at
i Kiddush in Sirkin H.i!! i<
the orsh p sen ice i re-
t'on in the > eni :g Vel
itry Club.
i". ents
Mrs. Mui ray Spies and M: F
>nce I >aacs, will be among
2 tests at the fe tivities.
David Weisman
D I i.n ol Mr n M v.;]
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attends Naul
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Kiddurh 1 Sirkin H
ng nd at a recep'
.'. Country t aj
,< ing
Da d's grandparents and
: Walter Reinschre 11 a-
tend ihi- event.
Members of the Greater Miami delegation
to the recent Jewish National Fund Assembly
held in New York were honored bv the
national organization for distinguished ser-
vice to the JNF. Shown wi'h Rabbi Mordecti
Kirshb'.um (left), member of the lev
Agen-y executive, are (from left): Her
Medow, Mrs. Miriam Press, Bernard S.
Judae Haro'd B. Spaet. Joseph Cohen, Meyer
P-c-'n r -d Abrahjm Grunhut.
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1. Cloth Covered Wood Casket Funeral S195
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Friday. Novemiser 15, 1968
>Jenist Fk>ridHari
Paae 13-B
Three Sociologists View Judaism
CHEF BOYAR-DEE RAVIOLI
SPECIAL DINNER TREAT
Frequently, our Jewish hoiiM
wife i- rushed and mint prepare
sometfa ng extra special, quickly
and easily, Yet. she doesn't have
in worrj because she can look to
Chel Boy-Ar-Dee to fill that "some
lliin;-: spec's!" mealtime order for
family or friei li
Chef B s Ai Dee offers a com-
plete lint j.' too I products thai .1 Id
excitemt 1 1 lo your family eating
scheduh and satisfy even th-'
raosl die nin iting appetites, if
vou lik$ cheese kreplachand wh 1
;; I'll love Ch f B >j \r
Dee Cheese Ra> ioli in Sa 1
rhe* I r little macaroni p
: re title with tan.'y Italian chee ".
simmere w Ith savory tomato
sauce and chet se and seasoned in
the real Italian way.
Your family will love Chef Boy-
Ar-D iictti Sauce with Mu
room- It is meatless yet so kref-
it itieks to the spaghetti It
ever ki to a pool on your pli I
Ever) hit ol n Italian "ti
- inti your mouth.
The next time you go h 1
buj all of the fine :
Di ; lUCtS Keep |>
n hat It ill add zest lo y r
pdul
100 percent natural. It contains no
hemicals or food colors.
If you have company coming tor.
!hai ukah, your evening will
)ff to a fine start if you serve the
O.'lovi -; Swiss Dip.
Swiss Dip:
Add finely grated Sw'tzerland
Swiss cheese to sour cream. Add
finely chopped olives, onions ami
1 ii' 1 Salt and pepper to taste,
.;u t with paprika Serve with
rackers and 1st.
I "..'ml.er thai when it comes
lo S*i s .. -" 1 body cat
t oniy til Vi iss can
make lh > Fta>

SEAGRAM'S V.O.
TCP IMPORT CHOICE
1 lime it
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Fr a 'i is consid
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.cellence Such a product is
am's Import l \ 0., 1 Cana lian
;-ki j that rei| 0 ice again as
season most 1 assic import.
re p '.< ordci and serve V O.
n anj other imported whiskej
Seagram sV.O. has a special kind
o| lightness that actually brings
. n the brilliance of the whiskey.
The approaching Chanukah holi-
days will provide man) opportuni-
for gi\ ing and sen ng S <
gram's V.O. Honor your guests
with V.O., the choice of "may-
vinim."
SWITZERLAND SWISS
OFFERS TRUE TASTE
Often imitated but never dupli-
cated is Switzerland Swiss Cheese
There .. 1 many Swiss cheeses on
but 11 you know qualit)
1 you surely know that nothing
equals' the true flavor and taste of
Swiss chei e from Switzerland.
A pro luct <:f centuries of crafts-
manship ami the most strict qual-
ity contn : -. Switzerland Swiss is
SAN* A CJFFHH FOR
..'LY AND FR1EMDSS
V. 'i friends and fa mil;
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1 h pi per '. alv. -
. \ .1 .; a con [enial
1 p op e me rnc me Irir.fc that
add i partic Tar f la v 0 r to a
"L'Chaylm" is inka C iffee
1. as yen may know. 1- I
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a id etter
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to a toasi it's full
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' MEET PRUNES a !E
.ERTIPIED KOSHER, PA.- g
Any .' .'
-. iu sh 1 j a pecial
... : : imiiy,
...p -ciall) tilling th.-i i-ci n
he is bnsj pun '.>
What
ictter m ay hi to -.. >fy the
family "no hers th in with Sun-
tweet Prunes'
And now wi h thi n S insweet
Pilled Prunes youi fami 5 v ill be
even mon satisl I S el are
the tastiest prunes ever fresh-fruit
flavor, and tender, and in
stanl "mechayah 1 l ol the
package Sui el Pr ne^ are the
-: "S iper 1 ;> prunes
which v, ... a 5 nat-
ural fruit nutril -
The versatility
Prunes lor meals 11 d .1
makes it a stj
in all model n J visit
sure to include CertLi
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Temple Israel presented three
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in a mind-stretching discussion at
the William and Irene Sie:;al Semi
nar on Judaism this week. Tneme
if f'n five-hour discuss on, broken
by lunch. "Judaism in America:
Beyond Assimilation." ;: divided
into three topics.
Dr. Nathan Glazer, professor of
;o'o:> at the University of Cali-
fornia, discussi I : en lit r- in the
Evo'.ul on of the Jewish Commu-
nity." Dr. Marshall Sklare, profes-
sor el >ociolosj al Ye hiva Univer-
ty. gave an
:. Life." and Dr.
[crris Jan I r of snei-
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lane :l ai authors of n ite.
> tei the 1 mcheon, Dr S li
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conclu le! by sumni.ition- of the
experts.
In his closing statement, Dr. (
Janowitz stressed the danger to.
the Jewish community of the role
Of the professionals, both secular
and religious, and their usurpation
fluence and direction. Calling
for greater flexibility in relation-
sh'ps between the laity and the
professionals and the return of Ju-
daism to th parishioner, he ur ;ed
a hall to the "Protestantization"
of Judaism. He emphasized that a
r role lor women ir. all com-
institutions and aspects ol
Jewish life was important.
Dr. Sklare described the day's
Seminar as a new form ol Jev sh
1 heth scu*
. ii.- >w ish problems al for-
ums h id become .1 s ib titule I
prayer. Hi de cril 1
mam 1 modern youth a- ii
vei te ; Mar
lutwai I re Jev I
list on art
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Jud I lack
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secular problems a truthful r 1
tatam ol the consequences ol some
oi their attempts tinned them into
inactivists. He found that most
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content oi Juda sm lie postulated
that Judaism's problem is to relate
itseli in a gr'i a er degree to the
milieu in which il finds itself. He
noted that the minority of those
v.ho were termed inverted Mar-
ranos" could serve as a bridge be-
tween Jud w 'rld-at-
large provided that .1 (wish institu-
tions aide 1 in bringii g about a
re complex Judaism whose con-
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a*, patwecl ana) Sunday, Novem-
..I loth Funeral wn* In New York
lelonged | pioneer Women,
I'onle Zloti and Ihe Tolner Land*-
nanahifl Survived bj one m-i.-i
K\ .1 l: Kahn I......i arra'i g< im '.is
RIvel Hide
EISENMAN. Su M40 11.inline
Ave (iord./n
ewman. i: -.. .. .1 ;, J3i R.iih 81
KlaKbi m
-AUL. S.iiiui.I <, lil NH 5nd Si.
Riverside, Interment Ml Slnal
-HERMAN. I.l.i. 71. SS'Hl N AA .Mh
SI Rl\. : .
ACKERMAN. Ilemard 62, Ii.", Ninth
St. Rlvemlde.
ROOKS. 8am, so, -." Harrison si .
Hollywood, Kivemide
-AMMEL, frank M., 75. 7831 Ra*l
l>r N'orlh Bay Village Ks\. h .
hifrin. David, -.:. 821 Vic Msi 81
EANNER. Max, 64, 1885 NIC U'lst Si
Kivemide Interment Ml Xebo
rELD. Bertha, 4. 670 8E Second I'l
Cordon.
ISCHER, Solomon, 78, 7124 Ba) Dr..
Miami Beach, Rlaaberg
kimmel. Harry, :;. 1820 NR 174th
st Kivemide
LIEBERMAN. Max, 78. 2180 Bu) In .
Miami Beach, Kivemide
-OMASKIN, Abraham, 2 ISimi Has
lid Kivemide
ELLINGER. Rachel, .,7. 100 NIC lMsi
St.. Riverside '
EERGER. Roue, 88, Kith si and Cnl-
liita Ave. Rlvemlde
eonisch. Mary, v7. I!..... Baj l:.l
Miami Beach, Newman
EROWN, l...ui- 6.1, 16H51 NIC 1Mb
Av.' Slnal
HLEIN Rudolph 63 I"-'.:, Collln*
Ave. Kivemide
:rnef. Abraham 58, ivaSn \\ Dixie
Highway, lleyei
ROSENBERG. Abraham, 7>. 97UO l'.a\
Harbor Dr. Rlvemlde
SAR.;nRV. Kitty, 87, 165 s Shore
Dr. Miami Beach flordon. Inter-
ment Mi Slnal.
-CHRAGER. Prank. 82, I810 N\V
Eighth St, (lordoii
SEFF, I.la, 78, II"" A\ est Avi Bias-
brrg lni.im.-nt Mt Xebo
: OLOB. |.r Meyer, B8, I2O0 Weal
,-= ...,.".'2''"'''" intTmeni Mt Sinai.
CRINTHAL, laaai 79. I200 Pennayl-
mT"\m,', ''" R,ven,ld' rnterment
KASPER. Samuel, 73 322S Collins
Ave. Kivemide
= OTLOW. Prederick, 78, 474c Pine
Tree Dr., Kivemide Interment Btar
of David
JCHATZ, Margaretm 60, 1940 Park
a v N. u ma ii
""UCHMANN. Jacob, 7s. 2288 S \\ I Ml
Ave rinrdnu.
'. INIK, Samuel. I.,... Weal Ave New '
man
COHEN. Anna. 4... 155*1 NIC ||.|-t Si.
Blaaberg
7WORKIN. .la..I,. 79, 537 s\v Sixth
81 flordon, lni.rnie.it Mt slnal
-RAGA. Rather, 711 Sixth St., New-
man
-REEMAN. Reuben 69, 910 Weal
Ave Rlvemlde
= OLIT. Samuel, 88, 924 Marseille In
. lordon
sCHIFF. Sally, 58 118.15 NIC 19th I >r
Rivi rulde
-OBACK. Max 7.. 1580 Pennaylvuiilii
We Kivemide
7ELLER. Isadm 75 1880 Collins Ave
Kivemide lnt.rni.iii Ijikeaide
-ISOWITZ. Herman lof Ku.n.l
\\l I '.I.l-hel-e
NEEDLEMAN. Herman 76, 1831 VIC
lllili Si, Riverside lutermeiil Stai
i David
ELONDER. Ida l> K4, ::i".i 8\V 16th
Si riordon. Interment Star ol David
rELDSTEIN. Morris, 89, 1590 Michi-
gan Ave Riv. i snl. Intel menl Stai
nl David
WEINMAN, Ida. 78, 2410 Prairie Ave
Rlvemlde, Int. rrne'nl Ml Xebo
EARNETT, Ab< 58, 2032 NIC I7::i.| Si
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OLDBERG. Harrj 634 Ruclid
Ave Klitsberg
GOLDSTEIN, lanai .; 1218 Drexel
Ave Rivi
G.OODMAN. Bessie, 73, 1430 X\V Flmt
si flordon Interment Mt Xebo
-ORENSTEIN. William. \l 1313 15th
St KB eralde
IRI'HRH Joe .1 72, Rlvei nlde
KAUFMAN. Munn 61. 910 Wcsl We
Kivemide
-ARITSKV. Belle, 56, 265 NIC I91at
81 Rivertddi
sAVOEFF, RJva, 1690 .vie 191m si
Blaabet g
statelli, t'athrln, 78, Miami Reach
RIVI rsj.l,.
VINOKUR. Jacob l 41" 13th St
lllasberg
STAHL, Harrj 74, ?..... 13th St III..--
berg, Interment Ml Xebo
abelson. Harry, >7 Kivemide In- '
i.rin.iii Mt Xebo
ASKOW. Nathan, 79, 1080 Mrd St.,
Kay Harbor Islands. Rlvemlde In-
terment .Mt Xebo
GLICKENHAUS. Samuel, 93 8699 S\V
I7lh Avi Oordon Interment Ml
v.i,.,
HUNT. Tli,.ma.- 17 >< NIC 156th Si
Rlvemlde
MILLER. Irving. 7". 225 l-'airuav In.
IliVl l-i.l.
&ARITSKY. \ .II.-. -.4. 245 NIC 19181
SI Rlvemlde
SLAKOFF, Alas Kl, 8130 11 a u I li..i n.
\\. Sinai
GOLDMAN, Morns. 80, 1"7I NIC 159th
SI Rlvemldi
RATNER. Albert, "" 1410 ICu. lid Ave .
Newman,
SCHWARTZ, Julie P., 42, B5IMI s\\
30th Si Rlvtraldi
BERKARICH, Michael 7: 1979 X
i (laden I ii Beyi r
DUBIN, Mat....... 130 XR I 1
St Kivi raldi Intel mi nl ai i Sinai
"RIEDLANDER, Bernard
1 an In Siiuii.
1IHLMESTER. Willie AI .... 1471
Royal Palm ,\i l| ,. i,,,, ,
in. hi mi slnal
VIENER, Sai.il,. \J. |-,(.ii |:.n |;,|
KB emidi
ZEIGER, I., ii... Mi. v.i i'.,Mins Avi
Kivemide
FRIEDMAN, Ainu,. t;7 28S9 Collinn
\ \ e Ki\ ersi.le.
MILLER. Anna 7v l'.'.'l < '..Illns. \\.
Kivemide
hartman, Fanny. !'. 1698 Jefferson
Ave RB praldi
SPEIER. Ada I.. 72, 6847 Alton I!.I
Ri\ ersi.le.
REDLICH. Alfred H 62, 7"" l-avne
Dr.. HaJlandale. Rlvemlde Inter-
ment i.ik.snie
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Friday, November \b. lQftq
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 81086 A
In KR: Ratal* nf
BRKRI. rlROKKIl
I i.e.a-..1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and \'l Pel...... Hat
Inn I'lalmx or DemnndK AKuinnl Said
i:-i.u.
v ii an hi i. hj until led and required
to |.r. -.nl any claim II I dl n
v* lii. h you iii ij Ii.. \. ngal "i tin
late i.f BRRRI, BRfKKI! .1... ..,-. .1
late ol Dade County, Plorida. t.. the
' '"Uni j Juilgcx of I lade t'i>UUI> ami file
the sain.- in dupliraie and as provided
Sectlc ;. Plorida Statutea, in
their ..iu.es {,, ihe Count) Courl
house in Dude County, Plorida, with-
in Nix calendar monthn from the time
..i Hi. lirsi publication here. I or ih.
mime vill he barred
Dnteil al Miami. Plorida, iin- Jtli
da} ol Xm ml., i, A.D 1968
ICI'N.v CARP
A' \.lnut,isi ra l riy
Piml publication of ibis notici mi
ii" ith day of N..\, mii.-i i!..,>
'!' 'I DSTR1X. PRAXKIJX
.y illi'MX
An... n. i- for
Ralnte nf BRRRI. BRCKRR
I ::< N K 163rd Streel
Xorth Miami Beach, Fla 949-3261
II 15-22-29 12/6
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80937-A
In RR: Retate of
MCANNICTTIC CHASAXOKK
l>e. ease,|
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
' Ml Creditor)! an.I All per-... II.,. .
ing claims .fr DemandH Agnlnel Said
I.-laic:
^'.11 are hereby notified and required
lo present nny claims and .1. -i ,. ,U
which you may have agaJoal the es-
V.....' IICANNK i IK ,,.,,<...,,. ,-
dej-enaetl late of Dade Countv Flo-
rida, to the County Judgen ,,'r Dade
i ounty and file ihe -am, |n duplicate
and as provided | s. lioi 733 16 Flo.
rlda Statutea, ... their ..rfi.es In the
( ..unii ..mil,,.se In Dade County,
i..ri,la within Nix calendar montnx
ii'.m the tun.- ,,, the first publication
Dated at Miami, Florloa. thin 23rd
lay ..t i ii-ii.li..,-. v |i |.:v
THEODORE A CHA8AXOFF
A* lC\e. Ul.'l-
i-.rs_t publication of thin noti< oi
l-lll llfllres
HARRY Z1KERXICK
by: BARRY ktti'.v km .
Attorney for Rxecutor
120 Lincoln Road,
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
n 15-22-29 12/8
_NOTICE UNDER
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No. 68-17238
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
\\ II.I.AIM III IIIHR I 11" i.v.-v
Plamiui.
CATHRRIXR I." '\ RTT OV) RXS
I >. i. n.lanl.
You C .'' HRRIXR l.i'V RTT I RXS
are notified to Nerve n cop) id ymt
a .i i" l n\..... i 'omplaint filed
agaiuel you on Plainl II
liRIIRtiR NICHOLAS, 612 X.W l-ili
W-etiui Miami, Florida, iiud file eirlK' '
al :111 'lel'l, ..1 tills ('..ill ; on .a III
i.,i, I.... mi., i ; 8, 1968, othi in is.
. omplainl ill be confi ed b> you
I luted November 7. 1968
IC II I.RATHRR.MAN Clerk
II) l< M LA .MAN
I lepul) I'b i I.
II 13-22-29 12/6
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PHOBATE
No. 80.54
i RR I '.--.lie Ol
lA.vn: ii IHEX
lAlxo known a Fannli I'.-h.-ni
lie, ease.I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To .Ml Creditor* and All Peraon* Hai
in; claims or Demand* Again*! Said
IC.-l.ile
kull ai.- hereb) notified and requir-
ed i.. prvHenl any claim* and demand*
which you ma) have ngaiual ine e*-
late of FAXIR COHK.N il.....aaed
i.ii. .a Dade i'..uni:'. Florida, to the
Count) .unites nl Dade County, nnd
nl.- the sam. m duplicate and u* pro-
vided in Section 7.13.16, Florida Sta-
tute*, in their office* in ih. Count)
Courthouse In Dade County, Plorida,
uiihin six calendar month* from thi
lime .i ih* iir-i publication hereof,
or tin -.nil.- nil! be barred
I>utell ai .Miami. Florida, till* i"'li
da) of lctuber, A I' I96*
SAMl'RL KAUFMAN
As Rxei utor
Fiml publication "i thi* notice on
the 13th day ..I November I96t
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At tome) for
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11 15-22-29 12/6
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LtGAL NOTICE
i n linn VI". I'.7:1. Street IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COIR-'
Xorth Miami Reach, Florida under Ihe IN AND FOR DADE COUNT '
ii.iiii.li- name of JACK'S SINCLAIR FLORIDA IN PROBATE
SRRVICK Intend* t. re|Cl*lel aid No. 80789. B
ii.mi.- with ih.- Clerk ..I the Circuit In RK Rotate ol
Court ..i Dade Count)-, Florida JOSEPH KI.NK
JACK FRRIDIN Dm .ase.1
17515 N R "Ih Avenue NOTICE TO CREDITORS
v..rih Miami Reach, Florida To All Creditor* and All Pemoi
Ins iMaims ,., Demand* Anii
Kstale
a..u ..i. hereby noUfled ..n.i .
e. to in....... .,"> el.,,,,,....., ,,.,
h. Florida
HY.MAN V tIAI.IU'T
Attorney at Ijiv
_'l" Mh Streel
Miami Reach. Flotilla
Tins Notice to be publiahed once which you BM) 'have anainKl'tro
each week for I conneculive week* late of JOSEPH KINK decea*etl
JRWISH PIAIRIDIAX of Dade Countv. Florida, to the C<
ll s-15-22-29 .lu.lecs ,.i Dade County, and
s.im. iii dupli. aic .i.i.i .,s iiriiviil.
NOTICE UNDER Sect lull .J3.16. Florida S ..lu .-
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW their office* In Ihe CoS.1 Courthou
PICE is HBREH\ OIVEN thai In i,,.l. County. Florida^ ,.
Hi.
thi uiidemiKiied. deHiriiiK to ensuice in calendai month* from Ihe tun,
business under the In tuinus name .-I ,i,,. ,,-., ,,i,i,, ...... i .
SHORE PARK APARTMENTS at T3< "'' "W, C***1^ ''" '
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA I.V PHOBATE
No. 79861-C
III RK ICslale ..I
MAI.AICNA VICTORIA MtMIRK
Dei ea*ed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Pemon* Ha\-
Carlyle Avenue, Miami Reach, Klonda
Intend r.iii.si.r Raid name with tha
ci.rk ..i ihe Circuit Court ..f l'n.l.
i '.'111.I \ Plot nla
ESTHER I.IEIIKK.MAN
l.i MIS KINK
MAX HAI'.i;
MICHAEL K FELDMAN
aii. ri..a For
SHORR PARK ARPARTMENTS
'.".". IJncolii Road Suit. 702
Miami Id-ill Ii
II 6-I5-2S
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV.
FLORIDA
No. 66-17266
NOTICE OF SUIT
Ina Claim* ot Demand* Again*! Said RONALD .M l.l'CIRR iiikI
Eatati VIROINIA H'CIER, his wife
^..u are hereb) notified ami requlr- PlainUff*,
I to |.r. s. in any claim* ami demand*
.. FICTITIOUS NAME LAW which you ma) have aRainat the es- ARTHl'R W THOMPSON and
N'Mli'i: ih HRREHY fJIVRN thai '"' "' MAL ENA VICTOHIA MAKIA MERCEDES THOMPSON
(ne uiKlemiKned, de*irlnii to eneare in MooRE deceaned late ol Dade County, and ANNA SARMIENTO
oii1?"i-1MJ,,l?r "" fi''iii"Us name of r\WHm. to the County Judge* of Dade IH-fe.idanl*
' Ml '.'M" t'SSR RESTAPRANT ii ''ounty, and file Ihe sam. in duplicate To ART HI It U THOMPSON
i Main IliKhwiiy. Miami (Coconut BIM| "" provided in Section 736.16, Flo- and MAKIA MERCEDES
urnvoi, Morlda, Intend* t.. reirlHter ",|;' Statute*, in ili.-i, office* In the THOMPSON
KBld name with the Clerk ,.| the Cir- '
cull ...in of Dade County, Klo
CAFE RMHRASSER ALU. IXC
KPRT -BLLIs!?H0rPOrHUOn
Attorney for
CAPE RMDRASSRR Aim |\c
11/15.35-29 I
NOTICE UNDER
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he uudemlKiied.....airing to enRaai in
I o|;i |..\ l-.Ri;i.A|i|-:s SHIP si l-|'l V
"I "! V VV ::.MI, Avenue, Miami. PI.'.-
Kami will l.e barred
Dated nl Miami PtorMa, 'hi-
da) ..i 'ctober, A D IMt
mcssiic fixr
KII.KRN V \tiia\s, | ,
I.AWRKVCK || i-iv,.
As Rxecutnm
I'r ..1,1.1.. :....... .1 .. ,
" v' iv < N'ovembei
Ji "" iri-i-iir v
Attorney f.-r 1C\.. nt..e^
i.:T" VVaahinston Avenue
11 \
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ViiTii-K is HRREHY OIVEN il ,t
Ihe u .l.-rsik.-.....i .lesirii.L- |.....
1........." under the r> t' -u- ,,
SuNlVS lOCXOB at 1(61 sw :u.
Avenue Miami Intend* ti
...I name with the Clerk thi Cir-
uii Court i> "' i -.ii.> i pi
I.' \< I'M MI1TI7 s..|.- Ownel
, KRSSI F.R. MASSEY *
I'.I-CKKHMAN
Attorney* for Annlloant
f.-. Rl It more \\ in Coral C.ahl.
Il'i'.-j: .
Count) Courthouae in Dade County, Reaide..... Unknown
1*1. i.i... within si\ calendar month* VIM ARE HRREHY NOTIFIED
in.in the lime of the (irsi publication thai an action foi Foreclosure ol Mori-
l..i...i .a the s.,m, mil be barred Kaae on Hie foUowlna deacribed
Dated al Miami. Florida, tins 6th properl)
il Not ml- r. All IMg
M. KICNZIi: N Ml < IRK
.\s Rxecutor
Flrsl publication ..i ihl* notice
the l.'ilh .lay ..1 Xovembi r !:...
I 'I N \ ..I,.I .1. IHXSI IX
Attorney for Rxecutoi
116 Itlwa) IIuiIiIIiik
11 15-22-29 12/6
.e i is .,. r.ersier said name
M i the < lerk id the Cir, uil Courl ..t
Dade County, Florida
I'XITRD PCRVRYORS IXC
H> Carl Susskniil. Secretnn
i Petilioneri
HRI.MAN and CRARi
Kj l-OCIS IIICI.M \ v
Attorney* for Petltionei
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN rHOBATE
No 81095-C
in rk i:
HARRIET I. IIRR1I ;s
Dwea .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i'i. ditors and All P< mons H...
inn Claims .., I.. m.....i- AaaniM Said
Ratati
A "ii ari In i Ii) noi Ifii .i and n ujuii
il III |.| : ; ,
thai h'h you n .....
........... eiiKiiai HARRIRT I I'.ltlliC.S .1. .
Ml \ All" sI'l'V.'' '.'";-.!''." ""u'- "'"'.....' ''"'" "' "i"1' ''"""v
N v. -,! s ATRRKHS ... ,7i,| the Cou.ll) Juditei nl Dad. CoU i
i Avenue, Miami, Plorida in- and fill ih. 'inn lui
11/15-22-29 I.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERElll tll\ ,-...
i...is .; A :.s. in Block I, Sec-
tion "H I-'I.aijaaii accorUiiiK
lo ih. piai thereof a* recorded
in I Ma I Uook lu, Page M of Uie
I'ui.h. l:....nls ..i 11.1,1. County,
1 Florida and all improvement* miu-
..i. thereon together ultti Wei-
l-u.it Move and tleiieral ElecUii
Kefrlifi niloi ..i the i. plai .in. nt
there..i ..i an equivalent uppliance
ha* been filed iit.nii-i )ou and you
ai. required lo *erve .. i-op) ..: \.-ui
: It ten .i.i. H-. s ii an) lo it on
AIXSLRR i. FRRDIR, Vtlorile) foi
I'lmntiff, uh..... nddri ** i* 2.113 SW
I., .i. une Itoad, i 'oral liabli I
".....Iguial Mill
... i abovi Ht);. .1 oui
a hi fon I I... .ml., i -. .i h. i .
w .- ii judgtni in mu) bi entered
l"U Ii i i.....lell
|" ll.....nil In nt oi uetil
-- i..->
i Niilrll
R II I.RATHRRMAN
As i '.. ,. ,.i ..,,,, ||,
II) I. S DePIRTRo
As n, ,.u > fa ..
11 I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAV".
N't.Tl.'K is HEREBY niVRN tt
the underalgned dealiiiw lo engavi i>:
tmsinesv under the fictitious nami ftf
JIMMY'S I'AINTIN'i; DRCOrLA
INfl i" .1 .1- I Wive \l i.in. i !
ml.-II.I- !< r.-icister s.i will
the 1 'lerk .! the 'ir.'llll I '. ,1
Dade Count) Florida
VIVCICVT .1 I'i TANi i
PXl'l KWITNEY KSi.
Sll VERSTBIN, KWtTNEY
,\- ;i if mss
\ -. \ i i
I:'" I.in. ..In Road Miami Hem I
lie -v
tithmc i
H/11-22-2S 12 '
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
IV ll- .- No 788WA
I ii- Relate ol
Ll l'A\ n; aim;t.
I cease.I.
N.?TICE OF 'NTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
i '," ",'.'': lK hfreb) given that I hav<
filed a Final Report and Petal.......,
oiMtribution and Final Dlwharge a-
VOt.T, lie. ease.I ai,.| ||K.I ,.|, llle ..||,
1 ".....'. 1968. Will ap.ilv ,!
in.- Honorable County Judge* ol Dade SUIT PO
bounty. Florida, for approval of wild 'HBLE HcwK
final Report ami for dlatrlbullon and Plaintiff,
rliiiil III-, ll.lie,. | ,, ul,,, ,.,- ... v,
tin.- of the above-named decedeul KTL'ART ROSEX
iins ii'ih da) ..( November l6 |,'f'
n ,
BARTON s I'DELI.
A- Executor
r.i-i puhlicui......i ,1.,- ,,, .. ,.,
Hi. I.'.lh day of November i-.. -
SHRPPARD PAIIBR |:|.\tt
ft I'DELI. I aw OFFICE
All.an. > foi Rittate ol
HARRIRT r iii:i.;,;s i.........
II IIMlpOlll Plaza I'enlel
Miami Florida.
II 15 22-29 12/6
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN,TfHE^CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
OF l^pinl JUDIC,AL CIRCUIT
0 ^.LRIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-17306
r0R DIVORCE
ICN.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF T E
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCU.T
IN AND FOR DADE COUNT'.
FLORIDA
No 68-17?66
NOTICE OF LIS PENDENs
R< i.VAl I' Al I I'CIKH and
hand ami .,i VIROIN1 A LI'CIER, hi*

\ s
MlTIII'l; AA Till i\l I'S" >N
Al VRI A MERCEDES THI 'MPSi
AND A V \ \ SARMI EXT" '
Defel llintl
To THE ABOVE NAMED Dl
DAXTS ANI' TO AM PRRSuN
U Hii\| IT MAY I.XCRRN
A i tr ...nl eai ii nl you *
iak. notice thai we have on i
il..- nl November I9M. filed
' I '. Ill I el Ihe Klevelil' luH
al i'ir. uil of Hi. Stale ol Plot
and for I lade 'ounty, an Ai I
PorecloHure of Morlgagi
ihe above named Plainl
againai the above named l ii
\ erinR ll"- follow mi; de-ci
|iropl M v :
I iTS 57 an.I Mt. Ill Bloi
SECTION It "f KI.Aii.AMI .
i-i.rdlni i.. Ihe Plal tl
recorded in plal Rook I". P
Page M of the Public Ri
Dade County Florida and all
proi eineiiis eitunte thi n m
ITI Hi.-r I'll A\'. II.>l ll HI
Cleneral Electric Refrlgeral
the replacement thereof ol an ll
v.ii.nt appllan
YOP will nl.-., i-
cordingly Mai.-.I n I* Til da) ol No* -
ember, ''
AIN8LRK It PERDIK
Attorne) fur I
2S1S S AA I...I. line Road
'oral riablea, PI irKbi
No 68-17112
R< 'BRRTi ': VRCIA-SRRRA II;
Plali
I
IVI i.vvi: liARCIA-SKRIl A
11. i.-nilant
TO IVONNK CiARCIA-SBRRA
v l i Rafai I Aquirre
I2S Arnetle Boulevard
Danville, Virginia
You IVOXXR c.ARCIA SRRRA, ....
1 ilfh i thai a rih com
piaim for Dlvorci has been riled
again*! you. and you uri required la
"'' a cji| f youi An-u. r or Plead-
ing lo the Rill ,.i Complain! u the
sj,v"'i.' \''."',"> B>NE\ EPKON-
JO.V ll N I 1-, Avenue, 61! Ainale)
I'U.i. him Miami Pkirldu ..:l.;j and
, Answer ur Pleadlna
"| the offlc. ..i ihe fieri i Cir-
>;U.t four. .: .., ,..,,. ,,,.. ,v',h dr
I'-'i'il.e, 1968 f you fail to do ho
^!HZnt-!'y- ''"U" K"! '" '"'"
'uS'rr',':,^^''1'1'''''''-'--''" '",- M..V. .',;..,' ,,:?,,.,, THOH m. ,...:.:,; SR
QLUCK8MAN. Dr. Alfred A :. '-. I '.'nn Kl!!,,.,'," ..!'' '" ,, ,,,', |0 )\A X NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAK.
um) u,.. hiw file th. v (Oircuit courts'.ah lw application for
HAUSER. Dorothy, 71 1601 Meridian '" ,"V "ff,,'( -IDXRY EFRoNso.N DISTRIBUTION AND FIN A l
Ave.. Ooi........nterment ML Neb. V" ''"""'" "..... il. Alnscley Bulldini Vhti.-i- lDI5,CHARGE h
HAFT A,,,.,, i. i u ,. ,. Decembei !> |f ,.,.. ,''r Miam r ,, \mn K I* herd.) given thai h-
SuV ..... ..... ,:iv"- '".lem,;. I,, defuuli i ii i- '''....."' ,'"1""1 '<'"" atal Petl
11 agaiiiai you i,., .|,. ii.", ,i ,"1 '"' Walrihutlon and Final D
HERZFELD, \--.i:.. ... ...; in.hai, Ihi Rill of Complaint. niaii.i.-.i NOTICE UNDER "' Bx-Ulm of the late of THOS
11 I5-22-J9 12/6
:'4ft r.ih Streel
Miami Beach, Florida
11, 16-22-29 12,


iday. November 15, 1968
LEGAL NOTICE
* Jet fist) nt-rSt lii.tr
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
| NOTICE I*5 HURBIIY OIYEN Hint
i undersigned, desiring to engage in
-..... uiiili-r the fictitious name of
>V-*Kij aVARHMR KHiHt at 1X1X8
K. 19th Avumf, North Miami
I II. a.-h, intend* to register Raid name
with Hi* Clark of the l.tn-uit Court of
Hade <>>unrj. Floehta.,
JOSEPH FR.I8ICANO, lnn'j
FliimRERO. I'ROMHKHf, ItOTH.
Attorneys for Applicant
SuitM-102 lllacnync Hldg.
Miami Fla
1ft 'IS 11 1 -S-15
rAIMfiW
Paoe 15-B
BY HENRY LEONARD
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No. 69-12M3 (Williams)
NOTICE OF 8UIT
ROBERT STIVKON. NOitRlS >
HANKEHSON and BERRY I. )
MA\h'EII.S(I.N. her husband, I
Plaintiff.
VS.
K< 'I--.RT f'INSHR and JOAN
CIXgBR, aim known aw
k.IoAN J. STAPI.ETON. his
rife,
Defendant.
ROBERT CIN8DK and JOAN
CIN8ER, also known an JOAX
I BTAPLBTON, his Wife,
Kcsldenee unknown.
VolT ARK HKREMY NOTIFIED
II1..1 an action for i'., mag. has hen
led against you and you arc required '
serve I POpy of your written de-
tiw* if any. to it on AINSIJDE |{ ;
PraU'ilE. Attorney for Plaintiff. ,
rhoae uddress in 2315 B.W, l-.l.-une
load, Coral Cables. Florida 33134. and '
the original answer with the clerk
Ihe above styled <-nurt on or ho- ;
r. 99 November, H'.s; otherwise a
tuntent may be entered against you
r tha r.lief i|. mand. .| in (he com-
aid or p. Hllon.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
id Court on 23 i>, toli.-r. l9fiH
K. H LBATHBHMAN
As Clerk of Said Court
II- I. H Dol'IF/TUO
VI I pun < lerk
I" M M is is
LEGAL NOTICE
I1-
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
the COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 80547-A
: i: i: lati of
,HB I .11. A NNIN
11 eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I I i milter* and All Persons Hav-
ii:um> or liini.imls Against Bald
"u ,ir. hereby notified] and requlr-
o present any i latin and demands
i s "it ma? have against the ea-
ot.lll.KS I. IKANNIN de. eas.d
e of Dade County. Florid:, ii
i n ty Judges of laile County,
pro-
25 th
1 on
the HtlDf in duplicate and ...
led in s-i tion 733.16, Florida Sta-
- in their offiees in the county
urt house in Dnde County. n......la,
thin !> al. nd.ir months from the
me of the tir-t publication hereof,
'li same will Im- l.iined
[ I'.ited at Miami. Florida. Ihli
of I I. tot,,-. A |l |9f.S
ROSH H .1 CAN VIV-
AS Administratrix
Piral publication rtf this not,,
let day of November. IMS
IHBET U WBINTRAI'R
. v for Administratrix
"t Meridian A \ enue
.mi Reach, Florida
II I-8-1S-2J
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
6LFVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 68-16584
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
* HIRCBDFM t'.1i;i i.\
I 'iff.
VS
im i:i. i UBI ia.
ndant
M will OJBDA
Ml la cm 7 < leste
Havana
il
M wi'Id, O.I EDA, are here
lined '! ,-n mil of Cnmplaltil
haa be. n riled agali
1 ll are r, ,|ilir. d In serve a
your Aneu r or hi, adlng to
ill Comtdalnt on the Plaintiffs
I RSTER ROTTERS, F:SQ ,
v 'li|, Street, Miami. Florida
and file ti. original Iii-.it ..r
!:. iii the office Of the Cl.rk
the ( irruit Curt on or h. fore the
n d.-,> ol rteeember, 1961 if voU
'" d.. ..,, iudtrment by default will
'''i HRalnaj you for ihe relief
led in the Mill of Complaint
" not lee shall be published once
- n week for four eonaeeutlve w.-ks
^ llh JBW1SH FIOIUIHAN
" -K A.Vn oRDKRETt at Miami
da, this .sth day of October All
F. R I.EATHKRMAN. Clerk.
oUrt. Dnde Cnuntv, Florida
By: K M I.TMAN
Heputy flerk
J"'' "iiri Real i
ITK'l rJOOFJRS, B8Q
FN W Mth Street
ami. Florida iata<;
"f'ey fr l-li.l,,,,,,
11/1-8 15-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 77492- B
IN RE: Batate of
U .M.TF.l: .1 MICKIEV. HZ
l>.-.-..... .|
CITATION
THE STATE OF FI.oriha;
TO AKI.ENE HAIIN
Elisabeth Stt I
Sayt i III*, N. \s .1. rs. v
.Hid
All i >tin r ivr-,,1 concerned:
M'f AUK IIKIIIillV n..in,,.i thai
a Petition has been filed In said
court praying for Aaalirnmenl nl
Dower and you .. hereby required
to rile ion, written defenaea thereto
within thirty Cl"> day* after tne
first publication of postinK hereof,
the I and erv< a copy thereof upon peti-
nd I Holler's attorney, whose name .mil
.ill,I,. WII.I.IAM J. flOIJJWORN
i99 coral Way
Miami. Florida 33145
ff you fail to do so. judgment may
bt itered in due couree upon the
pel it ion
WITNESS MY HAND and tlte ken]
n( s.iid Court :it Mi.,mi Dade Coir,.tv.
Florida this .".ih daj "f October, 1968.
FRANK H IIOWMNQ
County Judge
By: mki.ua C pick
Clerk
C. J SKA I.
Firvi I'uhhsheil or I'n-iiil on Novemb'
er I. 19K-
11 1-8-15-22
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 68- '6643
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
j 1/ IYNAZ I- in KJJ'ETE,
Plaintiff,
v^
IRENE 11 MORALES
; di iiik.ici:ti:
Defendant
| To IUK.VK li MORALES
ill K'ii.'IKTK.
San Rafael
No mo.'l
Havana, I *uba
VOI' ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED lhal
I .i i.nmplalnl for Divorce Im- been
filed agalnHl you, and you are r.iiuir-
ed to aerve ., eopj of your Anawer
rlorei,, on I'l.iuaiff's Attorney 1IF1R-
I .NARD It JAFFE, RI2 Ainsley Rulld-
i ii, Miami. Florida 33132, and file the
orlRinnl Answer in Hi. office of the
clerh ol ihe Circuit Court of Dade
ountv. Florid.,, on or before ,h. 6th
day of 11...mi,.,-. |..i;h: other-wine, mild
< omphtlni for Divorce will be taken
i an lorn, -v, ,i )t^ you
. Dated ai Miami, Florida, Ihli ^Oth
daj .,( October, 1969
B II I.KATIIKHMAN. Cl.rk
' 'ir.-uit i 'ourt
Uy: K M I.VM \\
Deputy cl.rk
ll 1-8-15-22
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-16539
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JOSEPH ERNST,
Plaintiff,
SYLVIA ERNST,
I 'efendanl
TO; SYLVIA ERNST
" F l> 1{ Drive
New York. New York
v,;u- SYLVIA ERNST, are hereby
notified that a Hill of Complaint for
Divorce ha been tiled affalnx! vnu
and you are required to serve a copy
?tiny'T A"KW'r Pleading ... the
Mill of ( omplalnl on the pialntlffa
attorney. ROBERT I. OROVER, 3S0
Lincoln Road. Miami Beach, Florida
and file the original Answer or Plead.
In. in the office of the Clerk of the
' Ircuit Court on or before the Mb day
of December, 1968. If you fail in do M
judgment by default will i. tolren
against you for the relief demanded
in the Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
em h week for four conaecutive wrnka
"n THE JEWISH FI/.kihian k
Fl.ri'^ K',/,\-N'1.'. '"H'F.IIED al Miami,
Florida, this 35th day of October A l.
I.-nn.
B. H Lkatiikrman. Clerk
< .nun < ourt Dade county, Florida
By: K M LYMAN
,. Deputy Clerk
" ir.-uit Court Seal I
ROBERTL OROVER
la" Uneoln Road
Miami lli-ach. Florida
31-li4l
Attorney for Plaintiff
11 'I.R-1.-.-22
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
'N itUES DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
r i.t- No 80578-C
In RE: Estate of
WILLIAM l.A point
De, eased
T,. t,,NrOT,iCE TO ^EDITORS
7,' V l^tdli"rH,and Ail 'rs.,,,- llav-
g Inlmn Againal s, id Eatnte
ion are hereby notified and required
to.preaenl any claim, and demand"
which you may have again*! the .-
.I;"'; WII.UAJI LA l',vr ,
oi late ol Ditde County, r-'lorldn lo
he County Judge, of Dade cutv.
. ... ,.','" ''"'" '" 'lunllcate and ,
provided in s.-.-ii,,,, ;;;- ,,; .-,,,, 5
Statuta. In their office, In Ih. ru,
"urthouae In Dt.de County. Florida
-"hln aix -Hlendar month^ from Ine
.,......r "" ''' publication hereof or
i Ihe -am. will be barred
Dated at Miami, I' |a, ,,, ,7r|,
da) of October, A D I SI -
minna siiii:ii:hi:i:
. As A.lminiKlrii m\
Flrat publication of -bis notice on
i th.- 25th daj of ,, t,,i
SIMt IN ll.w s &
fSRCNDWERO
Al'.....I. y for K-iai,. of
i WILLIAM l.A I'. i|\r
I ', a-,.,1
801 Ainaley Building
Miami, Florida
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 68-17027
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
SILVIO V FTRIA.
Plaintiff.
IIKI.KN FI'ltlA.
Defendant.
TO: HELEN FIHIA
77 Dry Culch Pa>h
Amltyvllle, lng Island
New York
Yon, HELEN FVRIA. are her. I
notified that a Hill of Comolaini
Divorce ha, been filed against \,<
and you are required to serve a cot
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiff
attorney, I-aw Offices of PAl'L Jin -
LACK, 17'," N.W 7th Street, Mian-
Florida, Telephone 642-2520 and Ih
the Original Answer or Pleading i
the office of the Clerk ol the CJrcu
Court on or before the I'hh di.v
December, 1968 If you fall do *,
judgment by default will be Ink,
againal >.,u for the relief demand,
in the Hill of Complaint.
This notice shall be publiahed once
each week for four conaecutive >
in THE JEWISH F!'d'.IDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Mian
Florida. Ibis Oh day of Novemb
A.D. 1669
K B LF.ATHF.KMAN. Clerk
Circuit Curt. Dade County, Florida
By: K M LYMAN
IVnuty Clerk
,, Ircuil '"urr Seal!
LAW i r*FIf*BS f>F
PAIL POLLACK
1700 N W. 7ih Street
Miami. Florida S8128
Att .rney for Plaintiff
11 8-15-2S-29
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-17026
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ETHEL I'LANAHAN.
Plaintiff
vs T
JOHN FLA v At; AN
Defendnnt
TO Jl >HN FLANAC \N
:' K- m. ,l\ A \ enti-
> th Rahnlnn.
l/>ng Island, New York
You JOHN Fl \N \,: \N. ar.
hj nntlfli ,i that a Bill i
for I Hvon has heei filed
you, and you .,r- required In
, npj \ ,-ur Answer "r PI,
Ihe Hill of Comnlnlnt on the I
lit tome) I a Office, of i' \l
i \ik I700 N w 7ih Street
Florida. T. l-nl..... i

If
ill 1-8 I",
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 68-16783
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
JOHN JOSEPH CYPHERS,
Plaintiff,
LORENE CYPHERS,
11. f, ndant
TO MRS liORBNB CYPHERS
I*,t N,, 20 Suffolk Fines
Trailer Park
\\ ,-i Hampton Iii 8 I
l. I Ni York
Yon. | i,|:i:NK CYPHERS are here,
notified thai a Hill of Complain!
1 .TfrS COUMTV JUDGE'S COURT
'N AND FOR TrADt COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
.,,. NO 80993-A
JRK FVtate of
1*EPM fink
ised.
, NOTICE TO CNEOITORS
I ,'. ''dlt.ira and All Peraon, Hav-
|atellms "r n,,mnda Agalmd Said
li an hereby notified and requlr-
I'r .iit any claims and demands
...- J..s.l5S.\.hav'" 'Kali'" lb'' es-
|v, ,'!,SR>>H "-'INK deceased late
I ;,u'"y- Florida, to the County
or Dade County, and fib the
1 ;i|.a,,. am| Hs nrov|,lwi ,
":- Florida Statute*, in
|, ,,,".' '" "" ''ountv Courthou-
F I outlty, Florida, within six
r month, from th. time of the
bj
for Divorci lias been fil. d ngaln^l
you, anil you are required In >.rv. a
cop} "f your Answer or Pleading to J
the Hill of Complaint on Ihe Plall
tiffs attorney, RNOFJ1. ft ruLLMK
1700 N.W 7tn Street, Mmni. Florida,
Telephone 642-220 ind file Ihe origi-
nal Answer or Pleading In the office
of the Cl.rk oi the Circuit Court on I
or before the r,th day of December,
1965 If you fall to do so. judgment by
default "ill be taken againal you for I
the r.lof demanded in the Rill of
. Complain)
This notice shall be publiahed once I
. each week for four pntiw ulive weeks
i In Till: .IKWISH FI-oltlDIAN.
DOVE AND OKDF.HEI) at Miami,
Florida .this 3"th da) of October A.D
I9HS
F. It I.HATin:ilMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
Hv C P. (YiPKLAND
I >eouty Clerk
(Circuit Court Seall
BNfJRL A rnl.Ut'K
Attorned for the Plaintiff
17">n N W 7th Street
Miami. Florida
11/1-9-16-19
hereof.
"!
lUblleatlc
hi rred
Miami. Florida
"' ll>er. A |i |
DOROTHY FINK
nuhlicatinn of this
the same
this 30th
i
')s of November,'
L 'K Kit.NICK
" .'<" Executrix
; 'n Road.
Beach
1969
ai,-., on
il B-16-t>->9
IN TME COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
Ne. 80877-A
In RE. Ealate of
ANNA ASKOFF
Deoeaaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All frvditora and All Pereon, Hav-
ing Claims or i>cmunds Against Said
Batate:
You are hereby notified and rcnuir-
ed to present any ,'laims and demands
which \,,u may have againal the re-
late of ANNA ASKOFF deceased Int.
,,f Dade County. Florida, to the County
Judges ,,f Dade County, and file the
same in duplicate and as provided in
Section 719 If, Florida Statutes, In
their offices in the County Court-
house in Dole Count}', Florida. wilMn
six calendar months from Ihe time f
th.> first publication hereof, or the
same 'il bi barn d
Dated III Miami Florida, this -'"li
da) of i i, tober, A D I96S
en \i:i.i:s ASK, IFF
As F\editor
Flral publication of this notice on 'he
sill day of Nov.nil,.'- 1968
\\ RP.MAN Hi 'I \\ II'MAN
ah,,i-n. v for Ia, cutor
1"7 Hi-, ,ii ne Huildmg
11/8-15-22-29 1
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
CHAPTER 20722
Acts of 1941
File No. 68 A 556
NOTICE IS HERBRY OIVEN that
Martm Wonlln, holder of County Tax
Sal. Certificates nutnber.,1 7924, 7932,
and 9698 issued ihe I si da) ol June
A I 1966, has filed same in mv office,
ami has mad.- anpllcatinn for a tax
deed lo be issued thereon Said c.r-
I ai.- embrace the following de-
scribed property, in the County ol
I lade, Slate of Florida, lo Wit:
lot |fl HI... Is X. South Miami Hgts
Add n Plat Rook 2.1 Page 16 In
ih. Count) of 1 >:,,l. SI.,I. ,,| p|n.
nda, as embraced In Ortlfl
No 7921 Thi nssi t -in, in of said
prop. 11) under Ihi said certificate
IKSU. .1 .,s '11 l)i, i .,,, (,f I p
Hanson, \md This ,i, ed will be
issued auhlecl lo 1909 County
taxes and liens
I ml 38 HIiM-k IS, South Miami
Heights Add C, I'l.n |:, .,
Page 17 in the County of I lad. .
Stall ,,f Florida, us embraced in
Certlfl.at. No 7932 Th. assess-
ment nf said proper!) under the
sit nl certlfli a I. Issu. il w in the
num. of C. A. Futch, This deed
"ill b. Issued --nl..... t to iji^x
County taxes and liens.
Lots t:t & 44 Block II. S Miami
Heights Add >;. Plai Rooh -,
Page IL' in the County of Dltdc,
state of Florida, a. i-mbn.....din
Certificate No n,;sy The assess-
ment of salll property under the
said .eriifl.-ate Issued was in the
name of L K Hunt This ,|, d
will he issued snhlect to 19ti9
' ounty taxes and liens.
I'nlesj,i said certificai.s shall he re-
de, rned scordlng m law. th. property
.les,-rlhed herein will be sold to the
highest bidder at the Court House
door n the first Monday In the month
of Deoember. ad. i?h-s. which is the
.na (lay ol D... niber. AD 1968
laitcd this ath day of October. A.D.
E B liBATEBRMAJx*, Clerk
irUi! <'0^r'' ,(ade County. Florida
By: p k run "'iund
Deputy Clark
I Circuit Court Seal)
11/1-9-15-28
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
No. 68-16294
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
HVMA.N HEISPIEL,
Plaintiff,
MOLLY IJEISPIEL
Defendant.
TO: MOLLY ROTSPIEL
~i Marlboro Court
Maywood, New Jersey
You. MOLLY BEISPIEL, an here-
by notified thai a Hill of Complaint
i for Divorce has he. n filed iigalnsl \..u
and you ar.- r. ,|tiir.il r.. nerve a copv
"i your Anawer or Pleading lo ihe
Hill of omplalnl on Ihe Plaintiffs
a Homey, JOHN REPHCN, 1370 Wash-
ington Avenue, .Miami Reach, Florida
| 33139 and fib- the original Answer or
Pleading In the office of th,. clerk of
" Circuit curt on ha fore th.
:""b da) of November, 1969 If you
,;",\ !.....! -" ludgmi nl h) default
"ll be t|| -IM you for th< '
lief demanded in Ihe Hill of Com-
plaint.
This notice shall be publiahed once
each week for four nnsecutlve weeks
in i HE JEWISH Fl ORID1AN
DONE VND ORDF:rbD nl Miami
Florida, this 22nd daj of October A D
E R l BATHBRMA.V, Clerk
I Clrcull Court. Dad. County, Florida
By K \| I VM \\
Dcnut) Clerk
(i inuit Court Seal)
fORH RBPHTS
1370 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Attorney for Plaintiff
I" 2S 11 1-9-19

again -
serv.
dina

i pot
Miami.
ihe original Anawer or PI, I
nfl.....f the Clerk of thi i 'ou-l
or I .-f.,r., th.- 1'itii das of !>. i
I" r, IH69 if vou tail lo do -.., |ude
in. nl h) ih u" u ill I..- take
you f',i the r. lief demanded the 11
"i 'omnlnlnt.
Tl notice shall published .....
en, li ek for four i-oi Seoul we.
in Tin: JEWISH Fl fRIDI \N
DONE VXD ORDERED til Mian
Florida, Ihis ith day ,1 No. mbet V
, I96D
E H I EATHBRMAN. Clerk
' 'Ircuil Court, Dade Cnuntt Flo'i rl
R) K M LYMAN
Dcnut) Clerk
ti 'Ircuit Court Seal,
L x \v iFFl. 'Fs i ip
HAIL POI LACK
17"" N \\ Tib street
Miami. Florida 33125
I Attorney for Plaintiff
S-1.-.-2
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-17202
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
J< IHN D, DEVEROW
II VZE1. ;" IDMOXD DEVBRl W
TO HAZEL OfODMOND DEVERt '
I".'- Collldge Ave
Byracuse. N. York IS'.MO
You, HAZEL <: >< >t M XI DEVR.
ROW. are hereby notified that a BUI <(
Complaint f,,r Divorce has been fil. I
against you, and you are required
serve a cop) ,,f your Answet nr PI. i
m ., Hi. Bill of Complaii I on I
I'lainiiii attorn.-) i ;.\ i.r.i r \ \ .
IJAI.nCT, 240 Fifth Sir.-, t. M
Bench, Fin 33139 and fil, th. origii
Answer nr Pleading in ihe offic.
Ihe i 'lerk nf the Circuit "oui I .....
before tin 'oh day of December, l'"-
ii you lull to do so. iudgrn. bj d.
fault will he taken again-' % n t,,, ti
NOTICE OF
WAREHOUSEMAN'S SALE
NOTICE Is HKHKIIV OIVEN that
; hy virtue of Chapter 7S ,.f Florida
statutes Annotated (HMD, War.
j housemen arid Warehouse |(,.....hits
wherein ABB VAN LINES a Florida
, corporal,i,'i 1,\ virtue of its war,' '<-.
II. n im- ,ts nosaeaalon the follow-
ing desenbed property:
I 'I Hi ho|. or......r.v
of JOSEPH I. CI\\\soV. JR. whoso
la-t known nddress was C ,, < Romer
I' nner Ki | Marina, PI. i 5, Miami]
Florida, and 'hat on tl-, L'l'ili Da) of
N,,\ nil,, ...,! ....,i |, .,..
..i sale, nialnl) between II 00 fore......n
and 2..... I i lb. aft. ii.....ii nl 213ti S u
tvenue, Miami, Florida, the u
deralgned shall off. :,,r .,'. t>, '..
high, i i.ai.i. t for -ii
above described proper!) ,a JOSEPH
I. CLAWSON
Dated ai Miami. Florida, Ihis l-i
Day it November, I96S
li 8-It l
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 68-15881
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
RALPH PFiRKOTTA,
Plaintiff
DONNA L. PBRROTTA,
Defendant
TO IMIX.NA I. pf:rrotta.
c/o Constance Weather,
CI3t X Fern wood Drive
Savannah, fleorgia
, You. DONNA U PF'.RROTTA. are
hereby notified that a Hill of Com-
plaint for Divorce has been filed
agaliist you. and you are redUired to
serve a copy of your Answer or Pleud-
Ing to the Hill of Cmtdaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney, SHBVIN, ontip.
MAN & HOI.TZMAX, 310 Seybold
Huildins'. Miami. Florida and file the
urn-1in,I Answer or pleading In the
office of the Cl.rk of the Circuit
Court on nr h.-forc ihe "9th day of
November. 1999 If vou fall to do so.
judk-ment hy default will he taken
againal vou for the relief demanded
In the Hill of Complaint
This -notice shall b. published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
In THE JEWISH Fl IRTDIAN
DONE VND ORDERF:ED nl Miami
Florida, this tTth day of ii, tober \ d
:,,,.
B H l i: VTHERMAN, Clerk
tut i 'ourt, I la.i. Countv Florida
B) C. P CiiHKI.AND
Denut) cl.rk
n "Ircuil i 'ourt s.al i
SHK\ IN, m KIDMAN .n,
ll"l l/.M \N
ll Si ybol.l Hni i
Miami, Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
10 25 11,1-8-13
the Bill ,,f i ',,i-
relief demand
plaint
This notice shall be publish.,| ,.,
each w.ek for four consecuth we.
in THE JF:WISH FI.nlMDI VN
DONi: AN|. ORDERED al Mian-.
Florida, tin- 8th day of Novemb -
A.D
R It LKATIIKRMAN. Cletk
Clrcull Court. Dade Countv 1 !
B) C. P, COPEI.AND
Deputy Clerk
iCir.ult. Court Peal) '
tJALBCT A OAI.BUT
Attorneys at I_-,w
240-Stll Street
Miami Beach, Pla. 33139
ii s-ir,-'.'j-:-
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S C0UR~"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIOAIN PROBATE
No. 80989
In RF:: Batate of
HFTNJAMIN UPSKY
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pcr>nn> II..,. .
Int- Claims or Demands Against Said
, Batate:
You are hereby notified and requn
led to present any hums and domaini.
which yoU may have againal the -
tale of BENJAMIN IJP8KY deceased
lateol Norf.dk County. Massachusetts
to the County Judges of Dade Count)
and file Ihe same | duplicate ,,.'
provided m Section 739.18, FTorl i .
Statutes, in their offices in the Counti
' .Hirthouse in Dade Countv. Florida
witiiin s,\ calendar months from tl
time of the first publication h.....
r the same will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, .his
lay ,,| N,,v. nil,, r, A I I 198V
N I AY CRI8TOL,
as Aii, illary Administrator
,,,,, "f the Batate of
l:l.N.L\MIN l.ll'SKY. I'
First publication of this i
Ihe -:h da) .,! November, :
< RIBTi 'I VND ROSE
Al lorn, j i,.i \ ii-illHry
Administrator, T A
21 North. ,i-i Fit -i \%, nue
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