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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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English
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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

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

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"Jewish Floridian
Combining THI JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
ie 41 Number 52
Mi
ami, Florida, Friday, December 27, 1968
Two Sections Price 2"c
Wei Units Probe New Forms Of Worship
XSSINGKR. NY. UTA)
B'rith Hillel dtrecton this
reported here on the us.' of
(mental forms of religious
es at Hillel Foundations for
students "disenchanted"
(conventional worship. Opin-
pxpressed by many of the 89
rabbis at their annual con-
here ranged from support
ivalence to rejection of sueh
rground services."
services are free-wheeling
innovations which incori>orate dis-
cussions, poetry reading, and folk
music, with adaptations of such
| rituals as Sabbath light kindling,
Torah portion commentary and
chanting of the Kiddush.
Pilot efforts were reported be-
ing sponsored by Hillel directors
at several schools with large Jew-
ish enrollments such as Y a 1 e.
Brandeis, Chicago University and
the University of California. Vary-
ing degrees of acceptance were re-
ported by small groups of students
described by Brandeis Hillel direc-
tor Rabbi Albert Axelrad as "the
disenchanted who want to remain
Jews and give some kind of ritual
expression to jt."
Kubhi Daniel Leifor, associate
Hillel director at Chicago Univer-
sity, where the experiment is now
in its fourth year, said he supports
the idea. Worship should be a
small group experience, he said.
"The 30 students attending those
services also yain from a continu-
ing process ol self-evaluation oi
what they are doing."
Many Hillel iabi.is challenged
the innovation on grounds there
was "no authentic alternative to
real worship, however. Rabbi Nor-
man Primer of Brooklyn College
expressed concern that experi-
mental services might "lead Jew-
ish students out of Judaism." An-
other expressed concern over the
possibility of the creation of "an
exclusive element in the Jewish
campus community" and further
fragmentation of an already splin-
tered Jewish religious life. The
rabbis emphasized that the experi-
mental services were supplemen-
I tary to regular services under
Hillel Foundation auspices.
I Kabbi Benjamin Kahn. national
director of the foundations, cau-
tioned the Jewish community
Continued on Peg* 11-A
\our-Power
rley Urged
\or Mideast
US UTA) A spokesman
B DeGaulle government said
treek that France has called
Four Power conference on
Middle East and wants to
as soon as possible after the
Administration takes office
lionth. to discuss implcmen-
of the Security Council's
_>_'. i%7 Middle East resolu-
Thc French move was an-
ted by Minister of Informa-
Jocl le Theule. following the
ly Cabinet meeting under the
iianship of President Charles
llle.
announcement eap[>ed a
of intense French diplomatic
\\y in connection with the |
East, during which Gen. i
lie jnet twice with Soviet j
ssador Valerian Zorin, dis- ]
g the Middle East situation
tail, and conferred at the
M Palace with I'S. Ambas-a-
Bargenl Shrivt r.
i i diplomacy lias also been
on lower levels urging the
i itates, Russia and Britain
to a 1 lig F*OI ir conference
he Middle East and to I* gin
rations for it immediately. It
i., lieved here thai Britain ra-
id ii h a conference and that
had agrei d tentatively The
old-OUt was said tO Ik- the
states, but Fn nch circles
eportcd a "marked change"
It American attitude, "draw-
i closer to Franc, 's own
in the subject."
Intel! circles are particularly
periled over the French initia-
tor a conference lx-< nise they
uncertain of what Middle Kast
lev will be followed by the
Administration.
Theule saiil that Foreign
lister Michel Debre reviewed
Middle Fast situation at the
Continued en Page 11-A
ONE-SIDED MEASURE
Occupation Resolution
Is Rejected By Israel
PklSIDINT DtGAUUt
UNITED NATIONS. NY. JTA i
Israel told the United Nations
General Assembly this week it re-
jects outright the resolution it had
approved empowering the Assem-
bly President to name a three-
nation committee to investigate
Israi li practices "affecting the
Keyserling Elected by
U.S. Histadrut Group
NEW YORK (JTA) I.eon H.
Keyserling, internationally promi-
nent economist who served as
i hairman of the Council oi Eco-
nomic Advisers to President Eisen-
hower from 1950 1953, was elected
president of the National Commit-
tee for Labor Israel, at its 45th
annual con .< ntion hi r< cently
Mr. Kej succeeded Joseph
Schlossberg an American trade
union leadi r, who has head* d Ihe
committee, ihe American fund-
raising and sen ice ;> jencj fot His
tadrut, Israel's Labor Federation,
since 1934
Dr Sol Stein, executive din i tor,
reported thai nearly $5,275,000
was raised during the fiscal year
ended last Sept. 30 for the health,
educational, vocational training
and social welfare institutions sup
poited by Histadrut in Israel. He
said the income included $3,930,000
in cash raised through the Histad-
rut campaign in the United States,
Canada and Latin America, and
S1.344.IKHI m deferred income
through the American Histadrut
Development Foundation. Histad-
human rights of the population" in
the Israeli held areas. Syrian Am-
bassador George Tomeh charged
in the Assembly that Israel had
committed "war crimes." accusing
Israel of using napalm on civilians
in Jordan earlier in the week.
Mrs. Tamar Kshel. the Israeli
representative, rejecting the three-
nation resolution, said it was
"tainted" with discrimination and
would prejudice efforts of the Se-
curity Council to iirini; about a
lasting Middle East peace.
She noted that less than hall of
the U.N. member states had sup-
ported the resolution, which
therefore not be considered
pression of U.N. opinion. The n so
lution ha.l been motivated by po-
litical considerations, she added,
and it ignored the plight of Jewish
civilians in Arab territories.
The Assembly adopted three
other resolutions affecting Israel:
Calling on Israel to take "effective
and immediate steps for the re-
turn without delay" of the Arabs
who fled the areas now occupied
by Israel; extending for three
years the mandate of the United
Nations Reliel and Works Agency
for Palestine Refugees, which had
been scheduled to i xpire June 30;
and endorsing the UNRWA efforts
to continue to provide humanitar-
ian aid "on an emergency basis,
and as a temporary measure" to
At ab new i. -displa cd n fug
Previously approved by the As-
sembl 's special political comn t-
i the resolutions were passi d
Continued on Page 6-A
Bonn Official Says Nazis
May Escape Punishmenl
LION KtlSttlING
rut has two million Israeli mem-
bers including 50.000 Arabs.
Mr Keyserling, who has prepar-
ed major studies of the Israel
economy, attended the world eco-
nomic conferences in Israel in
Continued on Pge 8-A
B< >NN i JTA) West Ger-
many 's Ministi r ol Just ice I I
Heinemann tins week expressed
concern that some already con-
victed Nazi war criminals maj g< I
amnesties if the statute of limita-
tions on war crimes goes into ef-
fect as scheduled at the end of
1969. He was addressing a semi-
nar ol West German and Israeli
journalists who are visiting here.
Minister ol Interior Ernst Benda
also addressed the seminar.
Dr. Heinemann. who has hint;
advocated abolition of the statute
of limitations, said current war
crimes investigations could not
NEW PHASE OF GUERRILLA WAR
lerrorists Step Up Drive On Civilians
possibly be complet d althoug i :><>
state prosecutors arc working at
the Ludwigsburg central investi-
gations office and 300 others are
sifting evidence elsewhere in tie
Federal Republic. He noted that
no statutes of limitations on war
crimes exisl in Austria, Italy or in
the English-speaking countries
Asked about the light sentences
that many former Naxls convicted
of mass murder m West German
courts have received, he replied
that the judges were not the only
ones at fault the juries also have
an important role In determining
sent! nces, and judges are required
to consult With them. In reply to
another question Dr. Heinemann
said war criminals convicted at
Continued on Page 6-A
IN THIS ISSUE .
HUSALEM An Arab com-
? who claims to have taken
ft in the placing of explosives
month in a Jerusalem market
lich resulted in the death of 12
I sons, said the terrorists' wax
insl Israel has entered a new
Sl intensified attacks against
ilians.
Ihe young Arab, identified as
Hassan" by the Western re-
pters who interviewed him in
Mro, said that after mud) dis-
cussion among the various com-
mando groups, the terrorists have
decided to change their policy of
'not attacking civilian targets.
(It was noted in Jerusalem that
some terrorist groups have been
continually directing then- actions
at civilians mining roads, shell-
ing border settlements with rock-
ets and the recent Tel Aviv bus
I terminal bomb Incident were cited
las examples of activity directed
\ at civilians.
"The Israelis attack civilian
targets in the occupied territories
and in the East Hank of Jordan.
where towns, villages and refugee
camps have been bombed from
.the au and shelled. They have
devastated Sue/ and Ismaiha on
the Sue/ Canal and recently Is-
raeli commando units struck deep
inside Egypt, attacking vital bri-
[ration networks and a power sta- ,
tion." "Abu Hassan" contended
Our leaders could no longer hold I
out against pressure from younger
commando elements to do the
same" he explained. "So I would
say that our operations have now
entered a new phase."
The young terrorist, described
as a graduate in engineering of
the American University in Beirut
in his mid-twenties, said he was a
member ot El Fatah, which claims
Joint responsibility with the PopU-
Continued on Pg 6-A
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i\ Israel's Ambassador to the
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\:\\\ ant. to Iw colilrrri'il ii| ton him
(Sen It/hak Rabin, Israel's Am-
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l rael Bonds in the community,
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the year, sponsored by synagog
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.-' ogratihical an a- ol the commit-
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Rabbi S il Landau, hoi
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rr^inBrnrj coerrete-y rnerr Israei couid depend

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Waging The Peace
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->x lor ecocamic independence and --
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MT* *^gW the workl awtolata fee
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iwppened
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- aewhera out th*rr i. j
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unusuallv
fe orsd* ho aaasfes
a set to point out Uut
- group aai .bout to
W>r.te the birth of fa ^
But no UUfh.s ms s th,
tt-t fee de^h o| ^ ^
f^Kreo far rrf^-
fe* Jfm; A -
W<* c: a
i i? set
sari esatesi
n bi*-pb*- a
point. resll> that -:
together ant recr-
- suv hi-
I at i aaai
tioo* of freedotr.
An U->esr-oW i
of those estbe::
Raassi hat I
FJer*I court aMhir.
pnnctpsl bJ
arruisOr.s \W+ \
fround* felt it I
the kind of aatter ;:'!,:'
decide

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parent* abo f<*: '"
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snd csme into fee ~ m
quest of the psrer--
all f**1
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about this, but it eeru."
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Paqe 5-A
Do your
Certificate Savings Accounts
earn 51/k%
COMPOUNDED
.-.,*,- ->-.-.
I Hi '-**<"
QUARTERLY?
At Dade Federal THEY DO!
YOU EARN MORE with Dade Federal Savings Account Certificates
. quarterly dividends, when left to accumulate with your Certificate,
also earn at the high rate of 5'* rc a year.
WHERE YOU SAVE does make a difference especially at DFS
where even your dividends can earn dividends at the high Certificate
rate, resulting in the highest return for your savings paid by a savings
and loan association in Dade County.
Minimum Certificate $5,000.00 Minimum term six months
Certificate Accounts opened by the 10th of the month cam from the first.
TAKE ADVANTAGE of these extra earning days. 0\vn your insured
Certificate Savings Account by January 10th and share in a lull quar-
terly dividend March 31st. There is no charge for transfer of funds from
anvwhere in the United States.
Another DFS extra,
plus... the Dependable. Friendly Service
of Dade Federal Savings
On* of the Ntti
'Dade Federal Savings
V ANO lOAtt ASSOCIATION Or" MIAMI j-
JOSEPH M UPTON. Pridnt
M.
10! Nil
n u Oioe Fedfii ottice .>" i M te .V f V
iA TFA HOURS : "ente the Unit Othce >ndS>. MIFK.
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8 CONVENIENT OFFICES SERVE DADE COUNTY
OSS. s, I sans I tssssl a! aa! saw | i-asaa.
till *irninnv
Cutlei R.dge Branch ** s, ,,, s
10808 CanObean Blvd.


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Occupation
Resolution
Is Rejected
Continued tr,m Page 1-A
1 n favor
; I six abstentions foi tho
l.i.-'
I ions I or 1
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thrn'-nation -
al I hi its.
Si rui ity i

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I abst en t i
froi lion to negativi
> Senior Qtizens Plan
Net* Years Eve Tarty
'I'd. Si nior Citiz n Fi I i rtship
Club ol the North County YMHA
\v ill hold a -; rial \, m i*i ar's
l.iriy on Tut ... at the U'ashing-
' \ rtitorium in North
imi I., ach, fi al irii e, ;< live
band for dai I dinner and
i i rtainment for thos. ittend-
Children Of The Exodus'
Iren ol the I \ >
narral d bj Zero Mostc I.
''i: n nl the regular lunch-
""' eel : the Kadimah
.:<' p of Hadassah at 11:30
Mon lay. Jai I -t the Sit
iti i.
The ro lold its
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JUDCC MILTON FRilDMAN
Milton Friedman
To lie Installed
In Circuit Court
'ii Friedman ill in-
siall .-I- Dade County's i i wn st
Cirri ii Courl Judge ;it n a.m.
Friday, Jan ".. on the fourth
floor of tli.' Dadi C i intj i '..'i:
re Marshall Wisehearl will
swear in Judge Friedman, who
won election to the post in No-
vember.
Terror Drive
On Civilians
Is Intensified
Continued from Page 1-A
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las si't
v. ii- i : I
limi to get safi I ol 1
\ i d two ol
comn the
bombing eft ihi Israi li-<
West Ba i
iiu mbi i ol his
Ji rusalem also and
u ction oi I-! Fatah." hi said Hi
was desci ii* a- akii 11
"undisguised sal n de-
tailing the i v cul ion 't I hi >pi
tion, the wot si it idenl Jet
>ali-ni sin.-.- 194S
Dadi'- i west Cireuit I "out i
J Ige had servi >i for more than
i leven yi ars a- J ,.:;-. f, the City
of Miami, five ;.- ars ol whi< h ho
' is the city's nioi j idg< ]>ur-
in i:us lime his roni I -a ,- cited
on nuim rous o. asions I ir its al-
coholic reha work. His
i ourl was twice hi -. | th<
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WITH
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IOiJ0.11 A.M.
3-4 P.M.
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COMMUNITY NEWS
INUHNATIONAl MEWS
To Friends Of The Jewish Home
(Douglas Gardens)
Please Help
-'gent .

Our Thrift Shop (7300 N.W. 27th A.t., Mian
needt your help NOW.
The Home's toil! or* sky-rocketing becaus*
rising costs. 117 nurses oides, orderlies ma
and food service personnel hod to be raised i
to S 50 per hour minimum.
This wage increase alone will cost the Hor- -
ditionol $100,000 in 1969.
And we remind you that the Home's financic ..
ore oggrovoted because it gives the top gdn .,s
priority to the indigent 851 (188 out of 222' el
dents are public welfare recipients.
The Home's defici t it mounting with frighten
The Thrift Shop, therefore, must render mv ...
financiol help to Douglas Gardens.
YOU in help tho Home meet its growing deficit
and Continue I") give mlmiM.nn priOTIt) i(,c
indigent h> contributing furniture, furnisl
appliances, clothing, etc. to the Thrift si
You can also be a great help by getting you' neighbor,
oportment, motel ond hotel owners to COntnt .
Thrift Shop.
All contributions arc tax deductible.
Phone the Thrift Shop ot 696 2101 ond arro-;e lot 0.-
truck to pick up.
Apprec iatively,
AARON KRAVIT2,
JHA V.P. & Choir-M3->,
Thrift Shop Com- -..
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Can anyone die provt? facts like these:... ?
T. There ore more graduotes of Flonda Tech now
working m Data Processing thon of ony other
school in Flo
2 FTC ho* on the premitet a full IBM 360 computer
fo- student use not a sir pped-down mode
3 Flondo Tech is oppo.rd tor a full USO-hour op-
proved currKulum not o quickie" course
4. Successful graduates ol FTC arc now earning obo.e
overage salar.ts in Miami.
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Friday, Docombcr 27. 106.9
Page 9-A
Keyserling Elected by
U.S. Histadrut Group
Continued from Peg* 1-A
1887 and l!Mi8 ;ii the invitation of
Prime Minister I.cvi Kshkol and
lias frequently served :is an eco-
nomic consultant to the Israel gov-
ernment He U) presently a consult-
ing economist and attorney with
offices in Washington, D.c.
Summarizing the National Com-
mittee's achievements since its
founding in 1923. Dr. Stein said
that over $67 million had been
raised for the Israel Histadrut
campaign, and an additional $19.8
million by Pioneer Women, an af-
I filiated group, for projects of His
ladrut's Working Women's C'oun-
; cil. The money went toward con-
struction of 732 medical centers
throughout Israel, 177 cultural cen-
u is. 92 children's institutions, 52
I units in homes for the aged, 72
j projects in vocational schools, 73
I libraries, 35 synagogues. 27 sports
centers and facilities, and 34 mis-
I cellaneous projects. The National
' Committee raises funds among
trade unions. Jewish organizations
Jewish federations and welfare
funds, and individual donors.
I {on ii Official Says Nazis
May Escape Punishment
Continued from Pag* 1-A
the Auschwitz trials are still at
large because their appeals are
pending Until the appeals are de-
cided the defendants are not con-
sidenr-d |o have been convicted, he
said
Mr Renda said h<
Cohen
the belief of many West German
political observers thai the ex-
treme right-wing National Demo-
cratic Party INPDi was on the
decline aa a result ol its poor
showing in recent local elections.
Il>- predicted thai the reputedly
neo-Nazi party would win more
lid not share tnan ,m. ,.,,.,., ,,, ,,. ,,,,,. ,,..
quired for entering the Bundestag
f Lower House) In nexl year's gen-
ral elections,
A forrnei eliiel "I |M>lice will on
trial in Dortmund this week on
charges ol having ordered the
shooting of 3.000 Jews in Riga,
Latvia, between 1911 and 1942.
Gunter Tabbert was removed from
ln> police |>st in 1962 and lias
barn free on dad since is.'ifi. One
hundred witness*** from the Soviet
Union, Israel, Australia, i
and the United States are pxpeel
ll to test 11'. .
Continued from Pag* 4-A
bii th control, if not free speech.
Now I'm nol -ore how i stand
on this one which I'll wager
reallj verj few Know about A
dispute between television camera
Crewi and a free lance photo
graphei broke up a planned con-
ference and the statement of a
rerj Unportant black militant was
lo^t to history It -ems that the
television people, citing union
rules, objected to the non-union
photographer shooting in the
lights they had brought along
for their cameras.
Well the free lance photograph The Culture and Fine Arts
er agreed not to film the event I Committ<-o of Temple Beth Sim-
hut, then, someone else not in lorn will present a talk bj David
the union turned on a tape re i Halberstam. author, editor and
corder and SO the television men Pulitzer Prize winner at H M
pulled all the plugs and went p.m. Saturday, Jan 11 at the
back to wherever they go after .....
the) ve blown a ruse For tins. m, :
t their oha I the Cull
to i union Ails program
rights when I .^ youngei .mil
ii. tolerant Mr. I ii*u>- i -ii,m. will M"uU oi
White I am - nrj anxletir and doubts, evidently Quagmire" Hi-, talk \<.iil bn [ol
David Halberstam
Beth Sholom Guest


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Ha none far enough and
are talcing steps lo end it. A
group a! lynagogueJ on Long Is-
Iflnd who sponsor uhat is known
as the Five Towns Adult Educa-
tion Series are charged with hav
inn barred Floyd McKissick. form-
er head of CORE, from speaking
after having contracted with him
for a talk on "Black Power and
the Jewish Response."
\Ukis,ick drove out to the
synagogue with Pore Senary, who
heads up B'nai B'rith's Anti- De-
famation league and was to speak
as well, and was informed that
his appearance had been canceled.
Although it wasn't a direct quote.
it was understood that the reason
w;iv that some of the Ing Island
Jewish trailers were worried
bout reports McKissick was anti-
Se in i tic
Whether the report is true or
not, my reaction is not ambiva-
lent: I would have wanted to
hear McKissick out. When I'm
pinned down. I suppose I will
continue to fight against speech
control But I am convinced that
if it is to continue to work we
must redouble the fight for better
hnth control methods and educa-
tion
In 1946 \Ir IlallxTStam won n
Pulitzer Prize for his coveragi ol
the war in Viet Nam. More re-
cently, his novel "One Very Hot
Day." set against a Viet Nam
background, received excelent re-
views in the press and was select-
ed by the Literary Guild.
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USED TIRES ODD SIZES
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Mon. thru Thursday
We do all this:
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()verhaul all 4 wheel cylinders
Turn drums if needed
Adjust new linings
Bleed hydraulic system
Add necessary fluid
Most Other American Cars $34.95
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Friday. December 27. 1959
I
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
A Father's Love
By RABBI SADI NAHMIAS
Sephardic Jewish Center
Quiz Box
By RABBI DR. SAMUEL J. FOX
Why do some people fast on Mod-
... days and Thursdays?
self did no! have a father, he
I could nol transmit to future gene- It was on a Thursday that Moses
j rations the love of children for went up Mount Sinai to receive
"When Jacob sees that Ben- 'heir father. 1 the tablets alter the first had been
min is not with us, he will die" ,n the Bible, they point out. broken because of the sin of the
Genesis 44:31). there is no commandment that we Golden Calf. It was on a Monday
must love our children, it is natur- that he came down with the new
When the hidden cup was found, al and instinctive to love them. tablets. Since his going UP and
Benjamin's sack, Judab made n j, true, the Ten Command- coming down this time was -> m
stirring plea to Joseph. It ap- meats do not tell us to love our I bolic of the Almighty's forgiveness
aiecl thai Benjamin would have children, but they enjoin us to to the people of Israel, these fwo
to remain in honor and love our father and days are considered ideal ones for
Egypt and would mother. penitence and atonement Conse
not be permitted Therefore Judah plead- with quently. these were especially sin
to return to his loseph that if Benjamin does not Vl\ for fasting which is a means of
Rabbi Nahmiai
father, then Jud
ah said: 'When
Jac ib si es thai
Benjamin 1- nol
:i. he will
die
in al-
16-21
\ (I'll nol
- v th il
.1 did
.. hjs
0 n children
Id die It is because a fathei 's
for his c h Idn n i much
than childi 1 n's lo\ e I
ph bther

ather
n. but
it'
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kind
>eif h;
chil h
futun
1 fatIn
1 ause be I
offering penitence
atonement.
and achil
return with his brothers, he does
111 say that Benjamin's children
will die, but that Benjamin's father
will
Gclan Heights Land
Yields First Crops
' S V.LKM 1JTA1 The
I m 1 has an-
il 5.0
thi Golan
i 1 and havi bei n made era-
se b> l" Nahal paramili- 1 daj as a practical method
- Itlements which have been |0 indicate the daj of the week
Why is a different Psalm recited
for every day of the week?
This 1- lo the pi
in the Temnle "
In th Ihe Invites
rent Psalm for ever>
daj "i Ihe week \mor oth
h was .1 means ol .1 It 1-
liu th people rituall> as I
wh cJi d.!> "f Ihe wet k it was \
different Psalm was, then fore
I in t
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6TEVETH5:18
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rani 9
Dec. 29 Ch. 10. !):3u a.ni The Jewish Worship Hour
!!>- Rabbi Sol Landau Beth David Congregation
Dec. 29 Ch 7. 10 a m. The still Small Voice
Host Rabbi Jonah Caplan
Sky Lake Syi North Miami Beach.
Dec. 31 Ch. 2. 9:30 to 10 30 p.m Man to Man
1 be Facts of Faith
Moderator Ret Luthei f Pii
Participants Rabbi Max \ Lipschitz, Beth 'l
Congregation; Ret Jack Hud- n
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fled Ihe division "f heaven
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and established the power of the
Almi I Ij I In the third day of Ihe
82nd Psalm was n c le I
On the fourth day of the
Ihe 94th Psalm was recite' becausi
it speaks of retribution and re
minds us if the punishment tint
be giv 'i to an worshiping Ihe
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ted on that day on the fifth
e 51st Psalm was recited
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SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Vayigash
Jacob and his family come down to Egypt in ox drawn ,., .
And they took their cattle, and their goods, which they had
gotten in the land of Canaan, and came into Egypt, Jacob, and all
his seed with him" (Gen. 46.61.
VAYIGASH Judah approached Joseph and offered him-
self as a servant in Benjamin's stead, as he was rMgonsiblf : .,
the youngest son to their father.
enable to contain himself any longer, Joseph revealed
self to his dumb-struck brothers He bade 'hem return to 1 a
ether their families and possessions, and retun
! pt for the duration 1 the famine
V ;:, 1 -' pba, God 11 illbls as to the
this course of acti in He appeared lo Jacob with th<
Feai not t For I will then
.lac ib can > I with setent
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Cantor M^i Bari
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IETH AM (TEMPLEl 5950 N. Ken.
dall Dr. S. Mijnn Reform Rabbi
Herbert Eju Kyrr.
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IETH DAVID 2626 SW 3rd Ave
Coni"vaiie Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W Lioson.
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Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schift.
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SRAEL ( . MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
RahBi Joseph R. N.roi. 1242 Waahmqton Ave. Orthodox.
I in \\ Habbi Dow Roiencwaig.
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH VESHLRLN iTEMPLEl 10?5
NE Miami Gardens Dr Comer..it v r
Rabbi Milton Schl.nsky. Cantor Tibor
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Drann Cantor Nathan Parnau. Daniel E Kirshblum. Cantor Zvi
I'.n il s:l.". |i n 11m Adler.
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Bird Rd. Modern Traditional. ;,.,,
BETH TORAH 164th St and NE 11th
Ave. Conservative. Raiib: Max Lip-
chitS- Cantor Jacob Renjer
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OR OLOM (TEMPLE;, conservative HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 P-netree
8755 SW 16th St. Miami. Rabbi Or. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Ralph Z. Glixman. Cantor Benjamin Groii.
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SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
.and Mrs .r,ht.?M,^r"bi?B7,.,bor H' S,"n
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Rabbi David Rosenfeld. Cantor Ben
Zion Kirechenbaum
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AGLDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Ca.iyla Ave. I War" Kle'n' ___..
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Swirsky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER
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Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi YOUNG ISRAEL OF Miami d,____
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Reform. Rabbi Sar-uel Jaffe.
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Conservative. Rabbi David S-wpire.
Cantor Yehudah Heilbr.iun.
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPL*. 15~1 ^^ ""'
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Friday. December 27, 1968
* ki*t Fkrid/ton
Paqe 11-A
Col. Itzhak Yavneh of the Israel Air Force
attends a briefing session cf the leadership
of the Accountants Division of the G: rt -
Miami Jewish Federation's Combined Jewish
Appeal-Israel Emergency Fund. F:om left
are Arnold Stern. I. Jetry Bloom. Col. Yavneh
and A. B. Wiener. The accountants, at their
kickcif event, pledged 30 percent more for
the CJA and 75 percent more for the Israel
Emeigency Fund.
Probe New Forms Of Worship
Continued From Page 1-A
about "confused judgements about
Jewish college youth active in Now
eft campus movements." He said
Jewish communal leaders were
v ssively concerned over the
Police, Firemen
Announce Annual
Alt-Star Show
Tickets for the 20th annual All
Star Show ol the Miami Beach
Police anil Firemen's Benevolent
Association scheduled for Sunday
evening, Feb. 1G. at the Miami
h Auditorium went on sale
tins week at the association's 920
Alton Rd., Miami Beach, head-
iiuart< I -
Firemen M Bob" Singer and
Phil Rosenthal are serving as co-
chairmen ni ibis year's four-hour
variety show,
characteristics and proportion ol
Jewish youth involved In campus
radicalism, which has been com-
pounded "I'.v t Mi ir Inadequate un-
derstanding ni the attitudes and
convictions" ol such Jewish stu-
dents Hi- said thai no) more than
five I'livi'Nt ol the estimati d
350,000 Jewish colk'gians were en-
gaged in New Left interests and
thai affiliation with the New Left
"does not necessarily mean a re-
jection of Judaism and Jewish
identity." For every Jewish New
Left student, he asserted, "there
are dozens ol others equally eom-
niit positive response and loyalty to
Judaism."
Mai y directors cited inckk nts
of Jewish students in radical ac-
tivities who also campaigned on
cam| ri dit courses in Jew -
ish studies, sup|>ort ol Soviet Jews
and n sistance to the anti-Isra I
stance ol sunn- New Left elc-
iv nts
Rabbi Kaim stressed that the
approach to Jewish students "must
be on multiple levels to meet the
differing inti rests and concerns ol
both ih>' accessible mass of Jew-
ish students in the political center
and to attract the radical minoritj
without sensationalizing them or
our efforts to r-'on their loyal-
ties to Jew Ishness,"
The directors endorsed a pro-
posal made by Dr. Alfred Jospe,
llillil director of program and re-
- to .iralc a special de-
partmenl for Israa u programming
and service He cited the height-
ened student and faculty inten st
in fsrael-centcdcr activities since
the June 1 ;".7 war.
Four-Power
Parley Urged
For Mideast
Continued from Page 1-A
t'al.inet meeting, concluding that
it was most serious and had de-
teriorated further in recent weeks.
The mission ol United Natioi -
[Mace envoy Gunnar V. Jarring
:, s n> it sii m to bi succeeding,"
M. 1>. Lie was quota d, and both
American and Russian govern-
ments are taking an ever ctosi r
interest in Middle East affairs. In
both camps i Arab and Israeli! the
mosl extremist tendencies seem
to have theuppa rhand," M Debre
: to have told the Cabinet
French i olitical circli s said
thai in most ol the capitals con-
:. (| the ii action to the four-
.. prona sal was "hopeful." and
il.....nly country known to be
_,;,, oscd to the Ida a of an
i ed set I lemenl w as Israi I.
I n veryl o rai I will do the same." the said,.
Arab capitals an I. the
I ,|, err lllal tha
I'nita d Stati s has not dismis
the done with si
I the Soviet
I Power
Middle Kast
ted when
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fJenist fkridkin
Friday. December 27
1963
MARIAN SNEIDER
Young and Old Will Like HcJdlcr'
Jack H. Filosoff, left, and Joseph P. Zuckerman, southern
representative of the Farband-Labor Zionist Order, were
honored recently along with their wives for their work on
behalf of the Jewish National Fund.
US. Is First Choice Of Israel Emigrants
JERUSALEM ^ZINS) Some
200.000 |m1(>. among them non-
Jews, have left Israel since the
establishment of the State. Eliyahu
Ben-Amrom, the director of the
Demographic Department of the
Gov. rnment Hunan of Statistics,
disclosed this week.
Ben Amron stressed that in 1968
emigration has declined in com-
parison with 1967. when the numb-
er of emigrants exceeded the num-
ber of immigrants by 1.000 jieoplc
monthly. In 1968. however immi-
grants at times exceeded emigra-
tion by 500 or 600 immigrants a
month.
Number 1 on the list of coun-
tries preferred by the emigrants
is the United States. Since 1962.
42 percent of the Israeli emigrants
K I tied there. France occupies
second place on the list, with 18
percent England, Germany and
Canada absorbed 4 percent; Asian
countries 4 percent and South
Africa 2 percent. Twenty-five
percent of the emigrants were
born in Israel. More than half of
them were of Kuropean or Ameri-
can extraction.
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M&*^/ "Fiddler on the Roof is fo-ir
years old. my daughter Debbie is
twelve ;ind together they prov'de
more pleasure than one can add.
But not only doe* "Fiddler" SDoak
tenderly and touchingly to a
young girl about the plight of
.Jew- through the centuries, it
speaks as well to parents and
grandparents. Perhaps it is most
poignant to those who fled Europe
because of the pogroms for that
is in part what the play is all
about. Still, "Fiddler" captivates
every generation.
The town is Anatevka in Rus-
sia. As the curtain lifts a fiddler i
plays his music
on the roof of
Tevya's house.
Tevya. the milk
man. realistic il-
ly played by
Paul Li P so n.
says that the
idea of a fiddler
on the roof
"sounds craty
but in our little
village everyone
is a fiddler trying to scratch
out a life for himself without
breaking his neck. There is one
thing here that keeps life stable
The traditions reveal them-
it our lives would be as shaky
as a fiddler on the roof."
The tradi;ions reveal them
selves Some remain, some die
but their significance stays
throughout. Yente. the match-
maker, tries to find husbands for
Tevye's five daughters Tevye is
a poor man and he wants his
daught.-rs to main- men who will
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enought to wish them well I-auuh
ter and tears happen spontaneous-
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Although Fiddler is a folk
musical that takes place at the
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channels on Intelsat I. which is
orbiting the earth in a fixed ijsi-
tion over the Atlantic Ocean and
is used to relay trans-Atlantic
calls,
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Friday, December 27, 1968
^JenisHTkrididun
Paqe 13-A
MERKOS L'INYONEI CHiNUCH
The Educational Organization of Lubavitch
Florida Region
Announces its
8th ANNUAL BANQUET
In Honor of the New Life Partners
Of the Lubavitcher Movement
Sunday evening, January 26, 1969 At the Deauville Hotel
I
LIFE PARTNERSHIP
P om.nent Personaht.es ,n the Jewsh community of South Florida have committed themselves as LIFE PARTNERS
AA Lu,baV,,che: M4veme"| ^ contribute ten percent of their annual incomes in support of the vital tasks of the
ZrllZI nTn,Z V I" J tht rene^ ^^ St:e"9thening of Jewish life in Greater Miami as well as in
A a rj0mT"T* ,h:U9hout f,he "or,d- They have done so in recognition of the fact that their success
and good fortune has been due to G-d's blessing. Their commitment reflects a desire to share their good fortune
with the outstanding work of this movement.
IN GREATER MIAMI...
CAMPGAN ISRAEL in De Land, Fla., offers a summer's
experience in recreation, culture and Jewish living.
PUBLICATIONS supplied to institutions and individ-
uals promote large-scale educational endeavors.
THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK, mailed weekly free of
charge to thousands of residents of South Florida,
offers a brief message based on the Torah portion.*"
PERSONALIZED COUNSELING in marriage problems,
child-parent relationships and intermarriage cases.
CAMPUS PROGRAM brings college youth in our area
in contact with Lubavitch leadersa project that goes
a long way toward closing the generation gap.
ADULT EDUCATION classes provide vital opportuni-
ties tor study at all levels.
FREE LOAN SOCIETY offers financial help when
needed.
THROUGHOUT THE WORLD ....
A unique range of activities vital to the strengthening of
Jewish life and canied out by no other organization on an
international scale.
DAY SCHOOLS: 40,000 children
are enrolled in 96 schools for
boys and 45 schools for qirls
throughout the entire world in-
cludina Morocco, Australia, and
the Holy Land.
SCHOOLS AND SEMINARS:
Hiqher institutions for learning
established and maintained in
this country and abroad, where
thousands of students train for
the Rabbinate. Shechita, teach-
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communal leadership.
YOUTH CLUBS: Thousands of
public school children and teen-
aqers participate in Jewish
educational studies and enjoy
recreational activities.
Lubavitch. under the direction of Rabbi Abraham Korf. with
headguarters at 1020 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach, fills the
needs with services provided by no other organization in pro-
moting Jewish observance in our own community.
TEFILLIN CAMPAIGN continues to bring the mitzvah
of Tetillin to many in our area who welcome the
opportunity.
ADULT EDUCATION: An in
numerable number of adult men
and women attend lectures on
various aspects of Judaism.
Special constructive study class-
es for the aged have been in-
stituted in many areas.
'MM frt* .t cftarf* revest. "TkMfbt

In adult education on the campus, in day schools and
vocational schools, through publications, summer camps and
seminars Lubavitch provides for the spiritual needs suited to
the time and the place.
VOCATIONAL SCHOOLS:
3,000 students learning printing,
caipentrv. farming and tailor-
ing, while afforded a thorough
Jewish education.
rrc o t m *
Ct>o

SUMMER CAMPS: 10.000 camp-
ers in all-season camps and
day-camps.
PUBLICATIONS: More than ten
million volumes of textbooks
and Jewish educational litera-
ture published 1942-1961
in Hebrew, Yiddish, English,
French, Spanish, Portuguese
and Russian.
RELIGIOUS RELEASE IN-
STRUCTION: 15,000 Jewish
children receive religious in-
struction throuah the release
hour system, most of which
would otherwise receive no
Jewish education.
AN INTENSIVE CAMPAIGN
to aid school drop outs and
"hippies." Hundreds have been
helped.
For Th W* Mo*e on fh Trk Prti." U*4 rtqvest t P.O. Bo 1511, Miami iemh, Florida 33139, or phoat 532-5694.


"nge 14-A
vJc-nist fter/dfi.^r
Friday, December 27
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Everyone Is Trying
To Go To College
VERYONE WANTS
li e.e these days In Israel, at
|5de Boker, David Bei -
i busy founding th:1 new
iMidrasha lie "...
slablish a gieal ur. ersitj
said '1 he truth oi the
tter he is ashamed to tell What
Gurion reallj wants is I
to college himsell bul he is ashamed al his t I
registei al .. college They maj -:i\ lit- i- trying to
pe the draft s i he is i si i shing the
That way, he is cted with the
savi face
\nd Mr Johnson i- doing the -
i -- He has been Presidei I
the Cniti
He says he has rx
ties H< doesn't nee cally II -
s on hi
for Social S few rooms
1 much
i to
ant I
there are a I n But tl

You
I be free, a
["hey
you le to go to 1
| ling up to is thi
ish presidi I f the Univi rsitj of Cl I
ll
a long line : mou
His fal grandfathers .
fatl rabbis and verj listii
lay can recall Emil i. H.rsch.
.:
-hter ol Rabbi David Einhorn, a noted American
War (!.' especiallj n iti d his
And Kim] Hirsch's
I II rsch, .. note I rabl
-
tl
i i daj !'


r ghiinhts In Sports
JESSE SILVER
Mat*c*abiah lYam
\J THE EIGHTH WORLD MACCABIAH GAMES in i
from July 2S to Aug. 8, i960, the United SI
isketball team will be coached b> Guy Lewis ol the
I Ho ist< n, the 1967 68 Coach of the Y
te appointment was made bj Sol Leiber ol New York,
i.sketball chairman ol the L'.S itee Sports for
ael
"Naturally, I am honor* d at m; lion." Lev
- is the ii -i time I will be coaching a I'nite I Si
' nal ( oi ip lition '
in 12 y< < Houston, Lew ha< compiled .. 213-1is
lost n cord With Elvin Hayes the ( o i jars wer.
year Bei
i M ci i in 1957.
Seniors Drc Fandler of Princel ind Bob Sti
Ihe P. c liege fool avers
I all Fouu ind Hall of I
ithletes o 1968 rhey qua
cllowstup funds Both are interested in law
A 6 3. 216 pound mil I rd, Sandier w;
Ihe All Ivy firsl team, wl a 6 3 230-|
fi nsivi end, was picked to the second team All-Ami
iuad by the I'PI. and was a third team All-America
on by the AP Stein also gained Oral team All-Big Ten
onoi -
ll the monej is good, Stein will piaj pro ball How-
ver, he hopes to attend Oxford first on a Rhodes Scholar
-hip. "The money means something." Stein said. "because
lather died when I was a freshman in college and I
have a younger brother and sister. That's an obligation
I have to weigh. But I may be better off in the long run
going to law school if I can't go to a city I like and get
..ood money "
Todays TUfkh By DR. MjlUB SILVER
Who Won The Christmas Disputes';
.9
THE LATEST LOSER who will be
inscribed as a great winner i~
Sherrj Parker, described as the
htei ol .i rabbi
When Mks Parker complained
th:.; the University of Pennsyl
a band, of which she was a
number, played only Christ
melo lies and not! ing for Chanu-
kah. the band's executive committee wi
.: i di < ded to expel her.
remind- me that a frii mine
has \ >wod thai m er again will he get im
i hassle over Christmas \l\ friend sa d he bad
staged a successful fisjh.....he Middle West to de
i public school pi igi in But his
ctory ha irous results.
1" th place, he leai ned that public v
able find J< s to defend
s in the schools Thai
effects if his > id I
ire
The moment it was announced that the .,
would nol stress Christmas too heavily, th<
elements of the communit) announced a boyc
lewish merchants and mj friend discover!
Vmei ic i is so -ti uctui
I mas r (he mercha its doi i
ood Cl they are kaput
: won a t ctory, but innoei i i
merchants turned out to be the victims of his
It was sad thai extremist I ited eli
ih hrisl a- But, al.,- ii
the large, s ei I eenti
' m Ii:- tin nisi fi Inge take o
W est Ha tiord, Conn when a ( hristi
foi the de of < hristi a
ms and Ihe sch< il sup. :
' I t< achers said the I >
to take Christ :.,- out o
: i ntendeni inder t
\- toi s i j
her fathi r. and maj she
(uropean Newsletter By Alfred Wolfmann
German Jewry In The Postwar Decades
JHE JEWS OF GERMANY
munity todayfoi the sense that then live-
bstai which new .
Unlike the Je. : .'; e not cu
ind unlike th p and. I not tl
'" :.....:< illy spii ii-s tic c
not player- ih a dran
' Ihren in Israel, nor ,1 i th, |
the
' led St itei
..
German Jewrj as it \ ||,|
1 that Hitler afl
lew i
I :
y today Then
'' I il .

'
- ; it In the natioi
he

lew of nal ltun are Ihe actors I
Uichai n and I
II Jl I ,f[ ., \\ i| i, : : .,. ,,.
disl | ..- Gi ny it is Bin osi
rhen ml) l 500 elderly Jews in the
Pe pies iti publu and nosl ol them I
1 listen!!) refus
li n for losses suffered under the N
rhe Jews have no religious or cultural lil i
N-<- '' < ol thi m rank high in lh< i
. the m.st rabi I Stalinist
' >'- I e. They at
' I mist boss Waltd I Ibrii I
oil' '' h-s ai li Z : : .. and I
Soviel led i i
I bin I the Sen
i Ider thi
I
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\
:
evr ai
to.i few :: nun bei -
Jsroef Newsletter By ELIAHU SALPETER
Bombing Leaves Permanent Scar
JHE BLAST thai ripped J.
m s Mahne Yi h ids i
bei killing ll persons
ral score othi rs m ij I
portanl
in relal een Jew ai
in the i pit
I \e
al important p
dolences. bul nol one ol then
-" "solos. ,r public
There are several reasons for Ih i
;ytheyl..dduptotim....., Th
in Jerusalem are worried over the,,-
".....^coum,,/;,:; ",.;t
nounced as collaborators ., toae ,
afaraid of retaliation by tenor,, sx, ',a'"
newandisnotevenese.us,;,, ;ia1t;'\rh,n-
ftude toward .srael. These Jfi^tlS i
..... '-
" when Arab mui lei I \
N bli nd 11 h i
i I tb i
howei r tl -, eou
the lewisl .
.....
I : I
l onr> .
the Arab
fa
I ., ;
'' there v
.1 : |
'V,:| hands r' those i......
Whir
",k "" i ind for Interro il
man> "' v-i!' I eal Jew sh
''''"'" '"'k '" scores of ., u -^ wh >re il lei
,M:" crowds were becoming nastj This was
, 0| ''''"' maturity and resignation Resignal
'" t,u- wa that the terror is likely to continue fo
""" time to come, maturity in recognizing that this
means that Jews win navt> t0 learn t() ,|w ttlI|,


Fiiday. December 27, 1968
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age 4-A
Continued from Page
thought to bo militarily Impos-
sible.
When you think about it. how-
. nT, you find that a careful sec-
ond look is needed. Thang Binh
district, lor instance, has .it least
30 vi' hamlets that are populous
. murh to support the proposed
three-squad system. These ham-
lets are still under strong enough
\*C control to be forced to ac-
eept the new B-40 squads, it and
when they arrive.
That would make a drastic
change in Thang Binh district's
little but bitter local war, which
has been going well for our allies.
The able district chief's present
in n- my is a wretched VC
il force company, now eroded
down t<> 40 men and kepi in
only by the use ol both
women and North Vietnamese
18 In the ranks. Hut
arri\ al ol 30 l>-lu squads in
i he r< maining V<' hamlets wo ild
. i front the district rhli I with
ir i quivalenl '"i a brand-
. it. a< ily armed bat I
Mi Vietnamese n
thing can be cl
.. < me h
I. it ma
i a ul mat
real qutstii m is
thcr l lorn .
first ; Bl t ul tli
.! was
i. Gen. Vo N|
lap i l hat >eat
in the first Vii I '
Iraini
i tuna, and for a
I grave ha\ uc in the
thinly spi .ul Fren< h ai
liiiniii^ Point
i |g units to fight I I
Gen De Lattrc de Tassigny
iped the defenses of the Red
r Delta, then the center of
the war. In big-unit battles, iv
lattrc thereupon shatteringly de-
i ated Giap. But Giap responded
by breaking down what remain-
ed of his big units into squads.
The squads reinfiltrated the un-
covered Red River Delta, they
killed all the village si If-defense
forces and they got a Deltawide
ip that the French never broke
thereafter. This was that othi r
it's real turning point.
This war is very dil d
1 ai n in the VC hand' ts the
ii Ity of s tut hi rners
would certainly detest thi in
North Vii tnami sc in the
ile of permam nt ly i sid
euilo ; illas. 11 would also be
rdinately difficult to take th
M illing northern
ho form the vast majority ol
North Vii inami se b
and to transform I Into
squads capable ol i i I" nt
\.sp nci espi i iallj jcisti i ce in
in South Vietnamese hamlets
I .it had onlj been persua led to
ive the n< w squads at gun-
point by VC cadres.
it would again be inordinately
difficult to organize the wholly
new system ol command and con-
trol, supply and replacement that
the squads would need in order
t > survive and Ik> effective. Fin-
..it would be n-all impossible
to avoid the political conse-
ue. s of this kind of direct and
i.nit North Vietnamese occu-
pation of the southern country-
i radically different from
I ; at tern of NVA ui its
iiing t: om n m >ti
ii
In short, t his m w hi on t ical
'. hi foi Han..' dot 8 not S fill
il unattractive. < t Hanoi
"mil. lias plenty of unused
units that n down Into squads. Gen-
rals also hat a tenck ncj. most
marked in Gen < iiap, to try t"
rep< at the s o -- s ot the past
diffi rent i in umstances of
present, And in Hanoi's pn B-
1 iii situation no desperate throw
' in really be ruled out.
An Open Letter
'Ssj* ifzzmfa ,hc ,,i,ow.ins i$ reiinder ,o n r,icie "er,oiniB" ***
ndh.,,, 1,7 W0S. ""' t. e,,6r ,0 ,he editor' Be,h Joc ob Con9reation feels that this ri
ond hat purchased the space for its publication.
It is with a great deal of chagrin that I voice the pain and
the humiliation of a community that has been maliqned
by the vituperative article in the "Tropic" section of
November 24th entitled "Journey's End." It is replete with
half-truths, outworn shibboleths, distorted facts and in-
nuendo that project an image of a Jewish community
living in South Beach that is steeped in immorality, in-
volved in radical thought, cynical of religion, and devoid
of any values; thus, they place a stigma on the entire
city which is otherwise suffused with clean air and high
morals and. therefore, entitled to the sunshine and balmy
zephyrs of Miami Beach. As the Rabbi whose privileged
destiny it is to head the pioneer synagogue on Miami
Beach, in the heart of the area and people exposed to the
criticism of your reporter, I should like to straighten out
the blurred imaae implicit in the article and present the
South Beach Jewish community in its manifold iridescent
colors that reflect elegantly on the moral and ethical
lra;ts of my people.
The eyeglasses for humanity should be bifocal; below is
the lens that provides the nearsighted view, bringing into
bold relief all the objectionable features of human living.
As the eye lifts up to look through the upper lens, it ought
to see life in a larger, wider, and deeper perspective.
Looking at people through bifocals will present the whole
and com picture; they will show us the valleys of
.shortcomings as well as the peaks of high ace
meats.
In '.he past ides, a new lhal of qeriatrics.
was bom to develop an understanding of the twilight
years cf life. Those years have an admixture of regrets aivl
apprehensions, when a person looks on the past with
bitterness and toward the future with dire foreboding.
when the vacuous years are exacerbated by haunting
memories of failure and a specter of futility for the nebu-
lous tomorrows. In such a state, a man may often lose the
will to go on living. Aging yeais mean a retarded tempo,
reduced powers, and blighted hopes, all bounded by
narrowing *ings that spell sadness and an ineluctable
end instead of the burgeoinng of idylls.
In those years, a man becomes conscious of physical
debilitation. He feels, also, that he is slipping mentally,
as reading becomes harder and comprehension more
difficult. Due to emotional instability, and becominq more
sensitive to criticism u man will anger guickly and resort
to sulking, gripped in moodiness and oppressed by de-
spair. Thus the geriatric is caught between deteriorating
physical abilities, diminishing mental capacities, and
fregut-nt emotional disturbances that lead him to the
precipice of life. Above all. it is in the spiritual realm that
aging man suffers most, trying to fathom the meanings
of life and the eternities of death; these enigmas lead to
cynicism and fear.
According to the statistics of your reporter, there are some
35,000 aged Jewish people crowded in the South Beach
ghetto who are poor, penurious, pay little in taxation,
and by holding on to their hovels, are depriving Miami
Beach from further growth, and as a result "Miami Beach
will have to wait until they die."
Apparently, there are tiiree alternatives to the "final
solution" oi this appurtenance on the back of Miami Beach.
The community could, in a sophisticated paraphrase of an
old custom, foilow the- traditions of the 6th Century Sparta
which exposed deformed babies to death. The same pro-
cedure is also used by the Hottentots, who abandon the
weak and th invalid to starvation. Or, we may be kind
enough and generous enough to "tolerate" until a kind
Providence will welcome them under the loving wings of
His protection. Thus, conscience will be assuaged and a
ise of duty and propriety will warm the hearts of the
younger generation. Thirdly, we may have recourse to
the eloquent Jewish tradition and Rabbis should have
been aware- of that, even as it may escape the professional
eye of social workers. Biblical and Rabbinic tradition
teach. "Thou shalt rise up before the hoary head and
honor the face of the old man." and "the hoary head is a
crown of glory.'
A famous Rabbi was reported in the Talmud to rise when-
ever he saw an ignorant old man, "for the very fact that
he has grown old must be due to some merit." Another
lenowned teacher would rise even before an aged
heathen, because "of the sufferings that a man may have
endured in the course of a long life." The Rabbinic dictum
is to respect the old man. even if he forgot all his learning,
"for there were placed in the Ark of the Covenant not only
two perfect Tablets ol the Law, but also the fraqments of
the Tablets that Moses had shattered." Readinq in the
Manual of Discipline, recently uncovered as a part of the
Dead Sea Scrolls, we come across the admonition to
"honor the old and provide for them."
The report continues with a plaintive I on of Sorth
Beach abounding in Kosher meat markets, Stars
and the tvpical old country flavor that has rrafted
Delancey Street on Washincrton Avenue. Thi otive
panorama continues to delineate bake she, fruit s'ands,
and fish markets, and above all. the weird and i
ewry which appeared in the "Tropic"
poste should be given wide circulation
sounds of old Jewish ladies chattering in Yiddish. Some
salty flavor is added with the guote of a "professional
compassionate," ;.amely, the social worker, who apolo-
gizes for the gestures of these old ladies by saying, "You
use your hands to talk." Quite obviously, the reporter must
be unaware of a dictum laid down by the distinguished
Professor Franz Boas, of Columbia University, who stated
before a Congressional Committee holding hearings on
immigration that America is founded on the concept of
"cultural pluralism;" this implies the development of con-
trasting and complex cultures existing side by side.
Learned sociologists continue the thinking of Boas by
stating that the abiding diversity of the various cultures in
America will stimulate the rich cultural milieu of America
and each ethnic group, with its own folkways, is playing
its own instrument that ultimately blends in the harmony
and symphony known as the United States of America.
Moreover, Yiddish culture and literature has enriched the
intellectual mind of America, and many a scion of the
D.A.R. is enjoying tremendously "Fiddler on the Roof."
With the apparition of the late Senator Joseph McCarthy
before the eyes cf the reporter, he i^ persuaded to sound
the alarm and alert the sun-bathing community to the
perils of radicalism and communism as propounded by the
South Beach intellectuals. We ere treated to a araphic
portrayal of fears, revolutionaries, acguiescing in the
ian take-over of Czechoslovakia, and this haianque is
delivered in the Yiddish lanquaae with the "Feuhrer" 0
ing a Yiddish newspaper in th" air. And the Philistines
have descended on Miami Beach, castinq an ominous
shadow over the destinies of a beach-frolicking population.
Yet, one wonders in the moody stillness of contemplation,
ther 'he S.D.S. and other civil u i sings do not pose a
graver problem to America than the newspaper-armed
radicals who are merely voicing cid memories, pages
from a worn out life.
To the honest observer, South Beach presents a picture of
.n animated and vibrant Jewish commu lity that is actively
participating in every facet of Jew lought and crea-
tivity. South Beach has one of the laigest and most active
Hadassah groups, a number of Pioneer Women's Circles,
and is the only area that orqcnizea a Mizrachi qroup -
the religious Zionist affiliates. South Beach has numerous
study circles where men and women come to steep them-
selves in the fathomless depths of Jewish lore and learn-
ing. The hallmark of spirituality is not 'from the heights",
but rather "out of the depths." Synaqoque services are
well attended, more so than in any other city. For a decade
and a half I was the Rabbi of the largest traditional syna-
gogue in Chicago that counted a population of half a
million Jews; yet. the attendance at my synagogue at
South Beach is anywhere from 50' to 60'; greater than in
the metropolis of Chicago.
In the course of my visitations, 1 nave found most of the
homes to be clean, tidy, with an aura of dignity pervad-
ing each and every nook. These hovels are transformed
into palaces on the occasion of any festival, and the
'Yiddish speaking old ladies" take so much pride in caring
for their home and introducing an air of friendliness in it.
The denouement of their tale is dramatically limned in an
unpublicized incident that occurred on the same day of
the publication of the article. On November 22, Friday, a
bomb exploded in a crowded market in Jerusalem, killing
eleven and critically injuring scores ot others. Without a
cocktail prologue and sans a black tie settina these aged
peopie, under the banyan tre. spoke to their own hearts
and collected the sum of S800.00, which was sent to the
Holy Ci'y. This sum car^.e from skipped meals and a
denial of necessities in order 'o bring some modicum of
relief to those in sorrow and redness. To some people,
religion represents "lip service," but to the man of faith it
is measured in terms of "hand service." assuredly these
men and women under the tree li'ted up praying hands,
which is the hallmark of Judaism!
It weie well ii spiritual and communal leaders would
become aware of the human task before them. Instead of
:he platitudes relative to our involvement in Southeast Asia
or Panama and I am sure they do not reach the ears of
Washinaton. Vietnam, or Vietcong; or. with the outworn
cliches of the annual battle of Chanukah vs. Christmas,
it would be more efficacious to devote every effort to raise
the standard of life and thinking in the immediate com-
munity, and like waves of ripples, thev will elevate the
lives of our countrymen and then America will serve as a
lighthouse beaconing hope, tranguihty. and individual
dignity to the entire world. The task before us is not so
much urban renewal as a conscience awakening. If
spiritual leaders and officials are unaware of the Judaic
tradition in this respect, may I point out a non-reliqious
group that echoed the nuances of Amos and Hosea of old,
namely the Stoics who gave us a legacy of involvement
in three moral concepts, human rights duty, and con-
ence. Let us all Rabbis, social workers, and news-
i reporter = remember the admonition of Confucius.
.'. hen you see a good man, try to emulate
him. When you see an evil man, search your own heart."
Very truly y
ours.
C5hntctrual%n KJ. *3%7***y, rCabbi


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largest crowd in the history of the Greater Miami
.sh community -more than 10.000 persons jammed the
.: Miami Beach Convention Hall to attend the Israel
::ds Chanukah Festival Sunday night. Featured during
evening was the kindling of the Chanukah Menorah
indies by religious and civic leader Jacob C. Cohen, right.
hile world famous tenor Jan Peerce chanted the tradi-
i] Chanukah melodies.
New Year's Day Dinner
To Fete Israel Honorees
\ New Year's Day Dirmer-
c for Honorees of Israel has
announced for Wednesday
mtr. Jan. l. beginning at 6 10
ii Grand Ballroom of the Fon-
m-bleau Hotel. Guests "t honor
!> Gen. Ii/hak Rabin, Israel's
assador to the I'nited States,
Mrs. Rabin.
I)r. Aaron Kahan, executive di-
i the Israel Bond Organi-
>i n, announced the event. He
i ihi- liinniT will lx under tlit

IAH BART
Israeli Officer Will
Brief CJA Leaders
Mush A n in
Isra i Dcf< nsi Foro s,
ai a .l.in 5 bi kfasl in
Hotel, Mi ich
than : mni.:!i work-
ind lomin-
been in\ ited lo atti rul
' .: t> h ill -it the R -
and High Rise l >i\ ision ol
il i ater Mian.. Jew isli F< del a-
^Jewish Floridian
Mia
mi, Florida Friday. December 27, 1968
Sectioi. B
Histadrut Mid-Winter Conference
Set For Miami Beach, I'eh. 19
aegis of Capital for Israel, arid will
"have thr character of a family
celebration for the Honorees ol Is-
rael, bringing 1968 to a close and
initiating lv*;9."
Hi' noted that since Capital for
Israel was launched in Miami, all
those who participated in the ini-
tial endeavor will receive a
Founder's Certificate, personally
presented by the Ambassador.
S|NM'i:ii guests <>f thr dinner will
In- Jan and Lillian Bart, whose
folk humor anil special adaptation
of "Fiddler on tin Boat" aas been
acclaimed from coast to coast,
Jan Hart is a lyric tenor, hu-
morist and raconteur A recording
artist, he has been a distinguished
show business i rsonality for i
than two decades. Lillian, wl
career stai ted al Ra lio City M isi<
Hall, has joined her husband in
concerts throughout ihe United
States, Euro] Australia I
rael Since its cstal is a
State, Lilliat
Israel frequently, and havi
voted much t inn I enei
the Israi I bond
I pval the dinn
open tn ilomin es ol Israel
i-hasi rs nI S minimum of $1000 in
Israi bonds In 1968.
'I"" natioi al \li,i-\\
Vmerican His
: I-' ndation
wll (l>l in Mi B h foi
sci live yeai I was
: this week by \\ .
I Philadelphia, nai
ol the Foundation. The
slated for Februarj
19 al the Fontaim blcau Hotel.
His announcement followed a
highlx succi ssful si minar held in
the One Hundred Lincoln Roal
Building, which attracted an over-
i flow attendance of nearly 400 per-
soi tn the high rise building's
club room.
Guest speakers at the evening
meeting included Dr. Sol Stein ol
New York, executive vice presi-
dent oi the Histadrut Foundation,
ami Rabbi Leon Kronish of Miami
Beach, national vice president of
Histadrut.
Nat Friedman, president of the
COt. MOSHf AGMON
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"This
ty|ie oi affaii out di> isi in has
lertaki ri. We have not calli d u ir
workers tog' ; ,hr ''''
of solicitation, but rather to in-
form thi m ai i to edui ite them
on the curn nl problems we I
in Greater Miami and thosi i
fellow Jews face in Israel
abroad," said Mr Essen.
Literary, Music Program
A musical Interlude presented
by Binah Barnet, piai ist, and Sol
Zveigel, baritone, will red
at a mi of t David Pinski
Club at H pm Fridaj at
Washington Ave Mian I B>
Boruchov" will be disi iss
,-d by l asavin during the com-
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K-cretan >! the i lub.
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medi i and wi Ifare pi ograms ol
the Histadrut in Israel through
the Foundation, which was initiat-
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ago.
He outlined Ihe annuity and in-
come fund plans ol the Founda-
come,
tion which, Dr. Stein asserted,
I provide a way for persons of I)r- Kronish lauded Histadrut's
moderate means" to give great K"pal Ho,im '""-'<"- asserting
that the medical needs of more
.assistance to the State ol Israel lh.m -2 ,.,.,,,., al ,,...
[during their lifetime while greatlj i,.,,,n ,,i Israel are being cared I r
increasing their own spendable in- through this program.
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1963
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Temple Emanu-EI Forum Series
To Open With Theological Debate
Paqe 3-B
[s (Sod Dead?" is the provoca-
, subject for the initial pro-
un of Hi. 1868 Tuesday Evening
rum Series of Temple Emanu-
tvhich will gel under way in
Campus In Turmoil'
Is Topic Of Brunch
i Simeon Kobrini i/. dircc-
ol tl' B'nai B'rith Hillel Eoun-
lion of ihi' University ol Miami,
-l';ik on "Campus in Tur-
nl" ai thi- annual Brotherhood
i h for Temple Beth sh.ii.mi
students al 10 30 a.m. Sun-
in the temple's auditorium.
n Chase Ave Miami Beach,
ling to an announcer nl bj
imes S. Knopke, Brotherhood
sident.
Temple Beth Sholom's Brother-
ii supports ;ili the youth activ-
s of the temple and hosis this
ikfast annually The Brother-
tod's program chairman is Aaron
Rabbi Kobrinetz, \*h<> served in
is An- Force, is associated
ith Rotary International, Assort-
n of Jewish Chaplains, B'nai
rith, Jewish Welfare Board, Boj
.mis of America, American Jew-
n Congress, and the Rabbinical
-- mbly, II.' i^ nali iry of the Jewish Chaplains As-
.Kin.m, an.I chairman >>i the
;ailio-TV ('ommission.
Rabbi Leon Kronish, spiritual
uler of IJi-ih Sholom, will serve
- moderator .>t Ihe disi ssioi
i< h will follow Rabbi Kobi im I.
.Ik
the Miami Cadi gyna
main sanctuary.
A debate-like discussion on the
topic ill feature Dr. Tunic Wciss-
Rosmarin and Rabbi Richard Ru-
i nstein in the initial event of the
night -. rk -. slated for
1 I. 2] Ml!.! 28
Announcement ol the schedule
was made by Perry Kaye, chair-
man of ih. I..inn! committee, at ;i
VIoi da, .it t i noon plannin
sion held in the new executive
board room ..! Temple Rmanu-EI.
Til.' Jan -'i program will a
presentation b> Dr. Howard Sa-
char, on.' oi ih. nation's most n
spected authorities on American
.). v' Ish histor) u hose topic will
! a Philosophy ol Action for
American-Jew Mi Youth."
1 e\''Hi ..i i'i.' forum
programs Jan, _N will be a talk
bj Dr. Joachim Prinz, immi
past national president ol the
American Jewish Congress, on the
subject "A N. m I leal m Christian-
Jewish Relations."
Dr. Rub nstein, our ..i the most
controversial thinkers and Iheo-
Cultural Society Concert
A holidaj concert will !>. pre-
s. nted b> Hi.' Miami Beach Cul-
tural Societ> al the Miami Beach
I Auditorium, 755 Washing-
ton Ave.. ai 7 o.m. Saturday The
concert will featun vocal .;
. in In >n music, |Xipular ami classi-
cal, performed bj th< Shay Chan-
toneurs, accordionists and the
rhree leneration \ ocalists
GOLDEN KIN*. Club No I will
hi 11 its n"\t i
logians in this country, is the
Chat les I-: Merrill Lecturer in the
Humanities at the University ol
Pittsburgh. !! a so if directoi ..i
If" B'nai B'rith Hill. I Foundation
al Hi. iii.r,. sit}
' 'rtlaii. .1 i- i rabbi b< the Jew-
ish Theologeial Sen inarj ol Am-
erica, It Rubensti in received Ins
Masti r nl TheoloRy and Ph.D de-
grees from Harvard I'niversitj
: has s. i\,,; as lecturer in phi-
oph.\ ai il: ; Albert
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Hi.' UniversH linburgri
ai Catholic I'nivi i-sih in Lul
Poland.
'I'll' authoi ol "After Ausch-
witz." Radii al Theology"
"Contemiwrary Judaism an.! the
i:. ligious lira: n atiim." !.. also i-
associate editor ol The Recon-
strui tionist" anil
I. niiiii. rous ntionnl mngn/ines
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*Mniit Thridt'ir
Friday. Decembe
t 27 ;-:
Academy Fete Cochairmen Named
mi comr
K-rs ha.- amedaas
tinnen of the
H
:2 at
Dea..... Hotel Announce-
tlt of tht ir a; was
-.rd Rosen.
I the SlOO-a-
which will honor
- brother. Julius 'Jack' R
-< associate chairmen are B. I
;:ar'. Broad. J
hen. Harry Gen-t Burton Koff-
n Jack S Popick. Louis Mi r-
zer. Sam ar B
laptro ar,-: Robert Si-
TTiey will work closely with Lou
NCSY Conclave Is
Set This Weekend
The National COi of
I .- V ) 1th :-
-':!'.. ffl at

-' li teenagers 1
c over the South as w< i- "nose
the i Miami area win
e part in thi
reational program planned b\
" convi ntion i Inis-
stor, Shol m Strajcher ol Miami
I ach.
Advance preparations for the
vention being hosted by Con-
. egation B-th Isra.-I and the H<
brew Academy of Greater Miami
e been made by Rabbi Sta- .
V lss, advisor to NCSY in I
Greater Miami ar. a.
The National Conference of
S r.agogue Youth is th.- youth
r -jvement of the L'nion of Ortho-
\ Congregations of America.
s. rving as the central body for
teenage youth groups of t:
t. nal congregations organized a-
' "apters in 17 regional units
oughout the country.
PoBer dinner marshal, and Jacob leader of the
Rifkn 21st -.- chairrr.ar. Fta: : T- .V... I '--
I ordinating Diana fat .- ;.-- --.- C
-cf-d to attract a record dent of the Americar F
y 2jOO the Hebrew
is a
Guest speaker at th. fin lion Corp.
.iHKr. will feature ar. original can-
tata by the Hi Academy R n* of
ir, will be Dr. George S Win the Hebrew A
t of Tel Aviv L*niversit>'. wittei thi I under ol I
Rabbi Alexander S. Gross, princi- aivta High School here narrK-d In
: Mrs Jack Donnerstag. his h n r Ml R nhard is vice
cal director of the Acav --Mdent of the Hebrew Acad
nborating bo the produc- and he and Mr. G' ther
long-time vice president. ha\- lad
in the cause of To rah Judaism.
Late regi have pushed aiong with Mr. Schapiro Mr
.....i em : gii .. I is ai a rtive lead i
at tne Miami Beach facility th- ,
argest Hebrew daj

Merwitzer resident '_________________
Rahbi Srhiff Is
Oth tments an-
need this wei ll
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Hal Moral Fete

Royal H Resl
... hanuka ty this
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the if :''..
Hebn 21 I Pini 1
Di Mia I
Mr. Bin ler is a
of t! I an active
: Tern] Mr.
is a Feast "f Libei
i ol dern
Israi ier.l Ma i
T '... I R idinsky I of
the Ba! Moral Condi.
Broad, the mayo: : Bay Hart tented an appeal to his m
Is a past president of to help the Fi i .- itj u I
: SI Mr Cohen the Sta'.' of Israel through the
Emanu-El 1969 Combined Jewish Appeal-
.....e Bureau^ Israel Emt rgi m > Fund i i
Jewish Education of <,. Greater Miami Jewish Fi I
Mi i Mi k ffn a: .- a nal ma eratioi
All smiles over news that Oscar Mamber is lead:--: all
ticket sellers for the 21st annual scholarship dinner o! the
Greater Miami Hebrew Academy an. from left Rc&bj
Alexander S. Gross, principal; Mr. Mamber. and lulioi
Jack Rosen, dinner honoree. Leonard Rosen is dinner .-.air-
man of the Jan. 12 function which will feature Dr. George S.
Wise, president of Tel Av:v University, as principal six- ikar,
The Family of the Late
MAX A. PARNESS
express their heartfelt appreciation
for the many acts of thoughtfulness
and compassion which came to them
during his illness and in their
recent bereavement.
HELEN PARNESS
and Family

// h With extreme sorrow that xce announce the death of a Beloved Husband and Dear Father
EARLE U. WEINBERG
vt^ "* iWmd" f P0C0N0 BSGm AM> CAMPS '!i", ^,','"'> n- ^ 1**, ta Miami B,ael..
I'.n-ono HigfaWd Ckoip. .ill continue to function with the stn.e cntuu^.n a.ul lh, m, qualitv mnkr
for which it i- famous in the summer of 1969. II,- would have it no other way.
^ v -hall count on your continued support
MARION S. WEINBERG
LOUIS P. WEINBERG
ROBERT J. WEINBERG


tL "Wo^an \ "WorlJ INJCW To Honor Dr. Stanford
wisH Floridian
Friday. December 27, 1968
Paqe 5-B
Leaders of the Y Women prepare to turn over a check for
the proceeds of the recent scholarship games night of the
YMHA of Greater Miami. Shown (from left) are: Mrs. Sid-
ney Rudgin. president; Mrs. Ivan Huntman. Mrs. Sidney
Pcsternak and Mrs. Stanley Dansky.
BB Women Char Unit
Tie (hai Chapter of B'nai B'rith
Women will hold a card |>arly at
8 p.m. .Sunday. Jan. 5, in the audi-
torium of the Washington Federal
at 1234 Washington Ave.. Miami
Seat h. Proceeds are earmarked
for the various B'nai B'rith phi-
nthropies. Flora H. Sinick is
chairman.
New Tear's Eve Party
T :,: ;< 'I"it. 11 th Jacob v.ill hold
n N a Vi ars' Eve pai ty ;ii the
T ire farting at 9 10
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Greater Miami Women's Auxil-
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(Douglas Gardens) will hold its
Chanukah celebration at th.....-
ganization's next meeting at noun
Tuesday In the Aladdin Room of
the Algiers Hotel. Mrs. Lawrei
Silverman, auxiliary president i-
io give the : ssag< i il i \c< me at
this "Snack-Brunch" luncheon .<
Mrs Ja,k Fit. 11. |.n sident i I I
Delia Delancej C\ r of the n, -
mophilia Foundation of Gri
:. m dl gi\ catioi
pro rai chairman Mrs Louts
Mak ii
program. Mrs Ai Tai i
and Mrs. Sol Silverman
i hai ol r< sei valloi s.
Flower-Making Is Topic
Mrs. Alvin Atlass will nis iss
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Dr. Henry King Stanford, presi-
dent of the University of Miami,
will receive the Hannah G. Solo-
mon Award of the National Coun-
cil of Jewish Women at the annual
Awards Luncheon of the NCJW's
Greater Miami Section, to be held
at noon Wednesday, Jan. 8. in the
Grand Ballroom of the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel. Dr. Stanford will be
cited at the luncheon for out-
standing contributions in the field
of education and youth. Guest
Speaker at the luncheon will be
Sen. Fdmund Muskic of Maine.
who will receive a social NCJW
award for his contributions in the
field of human rights.
In a/inouncinc the recipient of
tiie Hannah G. Solomon Award,
named lor the founding president
of National Council of Jewish
Women. Mrs. Irving I.. Wexler,
president of Greater Miami Sec-
tion, said: "In this crucial year of
student unrest and campus strife
the University of Miami stands as
a proud exampll of an institution
which has kept its lines of com-
munication o|>en. while improving
its educational standards.
iv cause of the leadership which
Dr. Stanford, as president, has
provided, Greater Miami Section
lers it a privilege to name
Dr. Henry King Stanford as re-
cipient ol the Hannah G. Solomon
Award lor i!>69."
The luncheon and program {-
under the auspices of the memo-
Ship department led by Mis. R'
I it ChildS, vice president of me
bership. Mrs. James Rodenberg
chairman of the day. Other eha
men include Mrs. Mortimer Coh
coordinator, Mrs. Fred Ober, .
rangements, and Mrs. Kenn
' Bern, reservations,
Idelson Pioneer Women
The Beba Idelson Chapter of
Pioneer Women will hold a Chan-
ukah celebration at 8 p.m. Satur-
day, at the Washington Federal
Auditorium. 113.5 Normandy Dr.
Michl Gibson, member of the Yid-
dish Art Theatre, will Light candles
and Aida Yaslow. pianist, will be
aniunj; those scheduled to enter-
tain. Fannie Gibson is chairman
of the event
AEPhi Holiday Tea
The Alpha Fpsilon Phi Alumnae
Holiday Tea will be held 1:30 p.m.
Friday, at the home of Mrs. Robert
Marcus. 4900 S.W. 83rd St. Mrs.
Lester Langer is the active chap-
ter president of the University of
Miami: Mrs. Norman Brown, na-
tional vice-president; Mrs. Robert
B. Werner and Mrs Jerome Hal-
pern will be honored at the tea
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Temple Zamora Sisterhood
The Sistei hood oi Temple Z.'i-
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May there be before you, too,
An image of the freedom
That we always must renew,
And in the days that follow
May you constantly be blessed
With everything
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That's happiest and best
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Irving Granoff In
Beth Israel Rites
brid .- Rabbi > j -
Fenichel. officiated at the
5 p.m. ceremony Sunday. Dec. 12
at Bth Israel Synagogue Miami
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" Jewish National Fund
1 >un< ol i Jn ater Miami held
its ai lal banquet n cently at
the Fi ntainebli au Hotel.
' "i the group, J .<>.. e
Haro I B. S lei io served as
of I :,.'i- commit-
tei rs. S i i was seen on the
arm- a black textured
drest with a low scoopi d neck-
Mr- Benjamin Appel chosi a
blm Ik with |ewel trim around
the n. okline. Cantor Saul Breeh's
wift a on- a pink silk cocktail
suit w ;ih a deep ruffle of white
lac- unid the V neckline. A
pre. i -ilk and wonted dress with
a matching coat ensemble was
worn by Mrs. Sadie Babad Silver
cavia: beads were embroidered
round her neckline Mrs. Sarah
Meltz wsja in an Iced blue brocade
with three quarter length sleeves
A prey silk brocade with a
Jewel neckline was seen on Mrs.
Aiina Warren. Mrs. Bertha
Schaii wore silver lame in the
shirt waist style Mrs. Helen
Lowensteln topped her black silk
ere,., with a white sequined
Sweat) r Mrs. Samuel Sacks wore
a royal blue silk stole from Is-
rael i er a gold lame embroider-
ed dress tiom Italy. Mis. Joseph
Cottei was seen In a black silk
cocktail dress.
Mr- Robert Lockshin selected
ar. eggshell colored silk cocktail
ensi le with a modified orient-
al s.u klin... f>lrs. Cy Cohen's
blacH silk featured rhinestonea
embi lered around the neckline.
Mis Bert Lockahin's softly tai-
lored shirtwaist styled dress had
a geometric motil wo en in char-
coal, silver, ai I ,ck.
II.
< arol Lockshin
v In a horizontally sti
dress in shades of lime, rasberry
and orange sherbi i
Rabbi Irving Lehrman's wife
chose a black silk cocktail suit
with a white silk blouse. Mrs.
Stanford Lerner wore a striped
coat ol shocking pink, turquoise,
and si afoam green over a match-
ing dress ol hockii i pink. An
emerald green, dynasty brocade
from Hong Kong was seen on
Mrs Samuel Kat/. Mrs. Goldie
Sak selected a black silk mate-
lass,, dress and matching jacket.
Celebrating her birthday the
night of the dinner, was Mrs. Eva
Blum, who chose a winter write
brocade gown. Mrs. Libbte Rudin
chose a royal blue wool with a
white silk pebble weave blouse.
Muted royal blue was the choice
of Mrs. Rose Stone. She knit her
dress and i mbroidered the irrides-
(i nt sequins over the entire
sheath. Mrs. Fanny Burger's iced
pink silk hail a high cowl neck-
line, and she designed and made
her dress.
Mrs. Solomon Schiff wore an
ombred green brocade with a
BCOOped cowl neckline. Mrs.
Dona Blalolenki topped her pink
matelasse with a matching jewel-
ed Sweater. Mrs. Andre Bialo-
lenki's pink ensemble was in an
krrtdeacenl metallic fabric. Red
chlffOn with a decolette neckline
was worn by Mrs. Gershon Miller.
Mrs. Miriam Press chose a light
blue chiffon with a softly draped
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Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Glick-
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Beach, announce the engagement
of their dauKhter. Diane Joy, to
Jeffrey Miles Ram, son of Mi. and
Mrs. issie Ram, 2401 SW l Ith St.,
Miami, The wedding is to taki
place in June.
The bride-elect, who atti i
the University ol <; orgia is now
studying computer programming
at Miami -1 ade Junior Colle
Her fiance i~ a senior at Geoi
Tech, where he is a mi mbcr ol
Alpha rJpsilon Pi frati rnity
Mr. and Mi G ire ei
tertaining in honor of their daugh-
ter and her fiance on Sunday.
Tryson Hal port
Rites Solemnized
By Rabbi M. Shop
Susan Abby Halpert and Michael
John Tryson were married in a
ceremony performed by Rabbi
Morris Skop ol Pompano Satur-
day night at the Algiers Hotel in
Miami Beach. The bride is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Halpert 918 Manati Ave.. Coral
Gables. A graduate of Coral Gables
High School, she attends the Uni-
versity of Miami. Her husband,
whose parents are Mr. and Mrs
Frank Tryson. 6539 SW 84th Ave..
is a graduate of Southwest High
School and the University of Mi-
ami, and is now enrolled in the
University of Miami 1j\\v School.
He is a past president of Zeta Beta
Tau fraternity.
The bride chose a floor length
gown of white velvet with a high
scoop neckline and dramatized by
cuffs of white mink, a watteau
train of white velvet and a short
mantilla of imported embroidered
Alencon lace lavishly trimmed
with seed pearls worn over a seed-
pearl-and-lace crown. She carried
her white confirmation Bible cov-
ered with white sweeaheart roses.
Her maid of honor. Linda Gittle-
man, w. re a gown of ruby red
velvel with matching headpiece
anil accessories, and a white fur
muff. Her matron ol honor, Mrs.
Sharon Battle and bridesmaids
: Robins and Judith "i i si pi
wi re a cran-
: The flower gii I, Laura
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pink silk.
Bi -i man for his broth i v is
I., .ward Tryson: the ushi rs in-
clude.! J lack Di sner.
the bride's brothers, Barry
Li s HaliH'it, Barry II ibi r and
Sti ven Matza, ol Loi on, Ki
land.
A ing the out-of-town guests
were Mr. and Mrs. Milton Drey-
fuss and Melanie, ol Little Rock,
Ark.; Mr. and Mrs. Bartcnstein,
Hartford, Conn.: Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
nold Phillips. Wheeling W Va ..and
Karen Bleiweiss, I'.u rson, N.J.
The newlyweds will live in
South Miami.
JUDITH ANNl GfffSHW/N
MISS DIANl CL'CKMAH
Diane J. Glickman
To 15c June Bride
Mr. Nathan Gershv. it ,
53 NK 174th Dr.. North Miami
Beach, announce the engagei
ol their daughti r, Judith Am
Ronald Blake Housknecht, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Housknecht,
1913 S. Ocean Dr., Hallandale.
Students at Florida Atlanta
University win re they will botn
graduate in June. Miss Gershwei
formerly was a student at the Uni-
versity of Georgia, while her fiance
attended Broward County Junior
College.
MRS. MKHACl ]. TRYSON
Sunday Rites For
Fern Triebwasser,
Robert Smolowitz
At the Algiers Hotel Sunday.
Dec. 22, Fern Triebwasser became
the bride of Robert Smolowitz.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Herman Tfiebwassi r, 3909
SW 67th Ter., Miramar [sli s, is a
graduate of James Monroe High
School and the Legal Secretarial
('ollege ol New York.
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FAMILY REUNION AT THE CUTLERS
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Konj Cui ler ehil two
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sec md andchild.
.- Ihe : i-i Thanksgiving in Miami for
Iris ( utli i Mich II < V'- ok
h-r : .1 ihnnj Joe; .' I \
eat I me ith 11
and Jeff. Other gui I
Mr and M Sj We nstein. Mr and Mr? I;
Mi MHi in B ia< Mr
W illicim Ashei an I A Lii
SHE'S OFF AGAIN
Elsie Schwdbe is tra\ elin $ a
Itend a wcddi Dial f El' si \ ela-
am Gray, who will n \
Ismith n Bru.su Bclgiui t gradual*
Brussels Law Sclio she the Co
..i rersity Law School int v, hen
Ihi) mel Aftei the v e n< 11 we Is will
to Now York, where they will make their
homo, while Elsie, her brother, Lester and sisti i
Babs. so on to Madrid Majorca and Al-
.: one place I never heard ol [ had
ha\i Elsie -|x-!l n for mej The; plan to be
about five weeks
IT WAS A PARTY
Blani el didn I > i wail until hei
i. Joe was 50 The; celebrated his 50th b
day two whole years earlj
executed b> I > ar-old, Daniel, i
oil a big picture of Joe Bl 2 I, taken wh<
in the ai rounded b) ballc il and "1 love
vous." Dau Donna and little Shepard v
there, but II NeveN. D
Debi, werei I h >sne Da\ id Tel Avh
I niversitj, Debi V nia Intel i
c uldn't his i and he
when he woke up next i 11 ... ti i had
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I .. Israeli soi including oi e he
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taining. woi
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meal i e fifty pi ople v
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h Dr Joseph Hai i is an I his wife, Dr
Hai ris, bn ught thou e u Dr Bi
i I's leading r ins who is
the United States tour I guess chil-
rn the same colds, the same measles, the
- me tantrums etc., in Israel as they do in
I nited States Amonc Ihe other guests were Dr
Mrs Elliol Cohen, Mr ind Mrs Jack Shapiro,
Mr and Mrs Max Sockloif. Dr and Mrs Harold
L'nger, Rabbi and Mrs Leon Kronish, Mr and Mrs
l' n Unger. Mr and Mrs Sam Leiner and Mrs
\rn Drecksli
IT LOOKS LIKE HONEY
Not onl> does "Honey's Boutique," look like
Honey: Fabulous, fantastic and different are
some of the adjectives to describe the jewelry,
and access i < thai fill Honey's shop a~ .
resull ol he extensive buying trip all over
I i \ able community le
i! mej i- now a capable businesswoman Bui wow
I Ihe i js| imer wh i di esn'l look with (
upon Hone) other little Irish York-hire named
Rubirosa He sits in Ihe middle of the floor with
a little ribbon tucked ovei one eye, tht- male
h me) bee, the pride of the -hop The atmosphere
i- like a tea party with business as a aide line
Hie guest l.....k I i >ks lik*.- Who's Who "
Frances lehman
B.B- Youth Slates Convention At Cape
Tup-li vel leadership "f Aleph
Aleph anil B'nai B'rith Girls
: rom i_' Floi i
will atti n I tin 24th ai
i al youth invent ion al he
Kenned) Hiltot Hoti fi
7 to Dei
Announcerm nl was made joint -
by Florida presiilcnts Sharon
laskin and Bruce Schwack and
onvt-ntion eoordinators Leslie
Temple Beth Tov meeting
Ti i pie Beth To\ was to hold a
i neral meeting at 8 p.m. Thurs-
a) al the Temple
Brent
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<|ieaki is will come from Washing-
D.C., Miami, Tampa. Ormond
Bi a< h, St. Petersburg, < irlamlo,
Jacksonville and Atlai ta, I ia to
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Iuas diamond" cutting""
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Complete lawn maintenance
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Moid Service Season. Near
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PHONf 538 0823
2 BUILDINGS
3,000 Sq. Ft. Each, larg*
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Ideal location Will rent
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PORT LARGO
A Sun-Drenched hom*site
community on the Atlantic
Ocean, m the center K>
Largo where it never Iroitt
Utilities nd p.ivecl rcaot
throughout this tropical
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mg hall for many local acti-
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days lowest prices
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p.id See new model duplex
priced under $?2.000 i.ve
iii half and let rent 'roni
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Phone 822-3340
AT OCEAN
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524 Ocean Dr 5381441
SQUARE 10 ACRES
Completely fenced. 4 bed-
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1135 N. KROME
Phone 247-0857
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Boa, Afii^uaJt
HOWARD SACHS
Howard Alan, son of Mr. and
Mrs. David Sachs. 6150 S\V 16th
St., will become Bar Mit/.vah at
Temple Both Tov Saturday morn*
ir.g. Dec. 28.
Howard, an honor student at
West Miami Junior High School.
where he is in the eighth grade.
;. lavs saxophone and truni|>ct in
the school band Y*n- two conn
live years he has been the recip-
i nt of the John F. Kennedy
Awani for physical fitness.
The Oneg Shabbat following the
services Friday I ight as well as
the Kiddush on Satunlav will be
Friday. December 2~
AI.AX RKU ||
Alan, son of Mi ami
At.
Ntal Hinchftld
Alan Reich
school band and has been on the
principal's list.
A Ki.idush in Popiel Socal Hail
following th> services will be
si*>nsored in honor of the cele-
brant by his parents, and a recep-
tion in Barry's honor will be held
at the Fontainebleau Hotel Satur-
day evening.
Among the relatives and friends
attending will be Barry's grand-
parents, Mrs. Klsio Kramer, and
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Wolach; his
aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs
Eugene Melcher, and cousins. Pvt.
Michael Melcher and Richard
Melcher, of Chicago.
. *
DEBORAH Pl'DEB
rvborah Lynn, daughter oi Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Puder, t! **" SW
62nd PI., will become Has Mitzvah
at Beth David Congregation Fri-
day evening, Dec. 27.
Deborah is a studenl at South
Miami Junior High School, where
sru is In the eighth grade. A mem-
ber of Beth Da\id Junior Choir
and the I'SY. she is also active in
the Girl Scouts.
Deborah's parents will hold a
Deborah Purdtr
erf mmrUH
Rom Atoero'f
sai
sponsored by Howard's parents
snd a dinner in honor of the eel.- reception in Beth David's Spector chusetts, is expected to attend the
Coral GaN. s Youth Center Gym- school land and orchestra. A
astics ing enthusiast, he races prams at
Mr. and Mrs. Braverman will Coconut Grove Sadi
host the Oneg Shabbat following
the services and have planned a
i arty at home tor her fin nds.
Sandy's aunt. Mis. Bessie Kom-
stein of New York City is expected
to u among the out of town
quests pies, lit.

Al.AV WALTERS
Alan. s,m of Mr. and Mis. [rving
Walters. 8940 s\v 20th St.. will
becomi r>.u Mitzvah Saturday
afternoon Dec. 28, at the Mincha
set \ ices at Temple < >r < Horn.
Alan, an eighth grade student
at Rockway Junior High School,
plays French horn in the school's
band. He plays baseball with the
Khoury League at Tropical Park.
A dinner in honor of the cele-
brant will be held at the Famous
Restaurant. Miami Beach Satur-
day night.
Alan's brother, Michael, a stu-
dent at the University of Massa-
thur ^ich. 1251 Mori
Miami* Beach, will become Ha'
\!.i/van at Temple Menoraj, St?
urday morning, j^-. ^ p :
Mayer Abramowitz will officiate
Alan is a sttidrnt ir ,,,
ligious School of Tempk v r,,.'';i]
and attends Nautil J yj- '
school, where he Is m i
grade.
arant will be hi Id Saturday eve-
ning at the Forte Towers.
Howard's grandmothers are ex-
pected to attend as well as other
relatives from New York. Cleve-
.and. Maryland and Pennsylvania.
ROM MAEROFF
:'. daughter ot Mr. and Mrs.
a. Maerofl ot North Miami Beach,
will become Bas Mitzvah at Beth
Torah I ition Friday w -
Dec. 27.
A studi n F Ki nnedy
'' & where she is
eighth has bei n
rttending Bel i -ions
will
.:: 1 le C
'
. b< inored
I in her
S la H b nts
'
DOI 1.1 \n RESSL1 R
son of M and
N'orl
. a
Congn gation
28.
A studi : t at Betl Toi ih's H< -
si hool f it at -
John F. K< nni dy
it High St -'.',:. whi : hi Is
i ighth gra le
A n ception will !> hi Id at the
it Country c"i ib Sal irday
:n honor ol the '-. lebrant.
mi. : -. Mrs. Rae Ress-
er, and Mrs. Bessii Ka imin from
roit, are expected to attend.
..
MAK< LEWIN
Marc I^win. son of Mrs. Stanley
Lewin, will observe his Bar Mitz-
ah Saturday morning. Dec. 28. at
r#th Torah Congregation.
Marc is a student at John F.
Kennedy Jumpr High School and
rtas attend.-d Beth Torah's reli-
gio is schoohfcr several yean. He
will continuOlis studies with the
Confirmatiujjcias-:.
A reception in honor of the cele-
brant will be h"ld at the Seville
Hotel. Marc's grandmother. Mrs.
Bessie Bachriky, and his aunt and
uncle, Mr. dj/f Mr.. 1.. o Get/, of
New York. fl expected to attend.
Hall in her honor.
MICHAEL OOLDMARK
Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Jules Goldmark. 2012 SW 84th Ct,
will be called to the Torah Satur-
day morning, Dec. 28. when he
will become Bar Mit/vah at T in-
; le Or Oloin.
Mi.ha. I attends West Miami
Junior High School, where he is in
the eiuhth trade. He received his
Junior Life Saving Certiflcati
tV YMHA
Mr. and Mrs Goldmark will co-
the Kiddush following the
services and a dinner will be held
tl the Roja. H
Restaurant in I I I
A" ests will :
I
I k, Mr. and Mi s, i i
A', i : faniib I ok-
:
n, D.C.,
V
BKI(E HERTZ
il
Robert Hertz, 18
> '1 ill t> Bar Mil
'1". mi le I 'i- Olom on Sa
Dec. 28.
An eighth gradi s( 11< nt at
Rockway Junior Hig'i School,
Brui sr.are drum in the
event, as is his maternal grand-
mother. Mrs. Mary Cutler of New
York City, and Mr. and Mrs. Shep-
pard Mess from Worcester, Mass.
a
4KFFREY PARDO
Jeffrey Joseph, son of Mr. and
Nils. Joseph Pardo. will celebrate
his Bar Mitzvah at Temple Beth
Sholom at Id 30 am. Saturday.
Dec 28. Rabbi Leon Kronish will
officiate,
A student at Nautilus Junior
High School, where he is in the
eighth made. Jeffrey's interest
A reception in Michael's honor
will be held at Beth David. Among
honored guests atti nding the cele-
bration will Michaels grandpar-
ents, Mrs Gussk Jacobskind, and
Mr and Mrs Herman Pearl; Mr.
and Mrs. Jon Nathanson and fam-
ily from Man and Mr and Mrs.
Sheldon Rosner and family from
\. u Jet-i J
MARC SU8SMAN
Marc Elliot, son of Mr. and
Mrs Mori >r. M Sussman, 7524
SW 52nd Ct was to tx come Bai
Mitzvah at 11 15 am Thursday,
Dec, 26, at Temple Judea ol Coral
Gables.
A student at Ponce d. Leon
Junior High School, where he is
in the eighth grade. Mare is the
assistant Patrol Leader in Boy
Scout Troop N" ,;-> He will con-
tinue his religious education to
Confirmation.
Relatives from New Jersey and
Pennsylvania were expected to be
here to help Marc celebrate the
occasion.
A Kiddush in Temple M
socal hall will follow the
and the celebrant will |*
at a reception Satur&t}
at the home of his [tarei -
Among the guests in t>
grandmothers. Ml \
and Mrs. flyman .:
N. w Haven. Col
rviees
;.,]
>enln|
Reich
i
MICHAEL WEISS
At the 8:48 a m .
Main Sanctuary :
Tamid Saturday, 1 -
St. ven, son t y,.
w. iss. 829 s .
side, w ill be Bar Mitzv i
Michael, who i-
Nautilus Junior High S
tends Ner Tamid Rl
A recaption will h
Dora I iteach Hotel il
celebrant.
Out of town gueftl w
his uncle and aunt. Dr a
Michael Brahms, from < I
and his aunt. Mrs. Mauri 1-
from Chicago. III.


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Jtllrty Pardo
Michael Ptarl
Howard Sachs
BARRY WOLACH
Barry David, sin of Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Vfolach of 110 NE
3 .-'r.u Ter., will become Bar Mitz-
ah Saturday. Dec. 28, at B. th
Mostv 'oi-. when he will
conduct the traditional serviceand
chant the Haftarah. Rabbi David
. nfeld and Cantor Ben Zion
Kirschenbaum will officiate.
A student of the Beth Moshe
Religious School, Barry attends
North Miami Junior High School,
where he plays drums in the
school band. He is a member of
Temple Or Olom's Boy Scout
Troop 237.
Mr. and Mrs. Hertz will co-host
the Kiddush following the services
and honor the celebrant at a Sat-
urday afternoon luncheon in the
David William Hotel. Coral Ga-
bles.
Among the guests will be his
maternal grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs Daniel Popck, Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Hertz, Mr. and Mrs. Bert
Po|>ek. I.ong Island. N Y., Mr. and
Mrs. Lie Popak, Brooklyn, NY..
Mr. and Mrs. I. Licht, Wood mere.
L.I., NY., and many others.
*
SANDY BRAVKRMAN
At Temple I < >lqm's 8:30 p.m.
services Friday, Dec. 27. Sandy,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Murray
Braverman. S550 SW 21st St., will
become Bas Mitzvah.
A seventh grade student at
West Miami Junior High School,
Sandy plays flute in the school
band. She is a member
e from s| >rti to
ai'
A m and dinner will be
hi Id at the Fontairx bli ati li I
in honor of the celebrant.
*
NEAL HIRS4 HFELD
Neal William son of Mr. and
Mrs. Richard J. Hirschfeld of
North Miami Beach, will be Bai
Mitzvah at Beth To) ah Congrega-
Sal irdaj moi ning, I), c, 28
Rabbi Max A Lipschitz will offi-
. iati.
Neal, th. grandson of Mr. and
Mrs, Albert D Herman of Miami
Beach, is an eighth grade student
at John F. Kennedy Junior High
School and a graduate of Beth
Torah Congregation's religious
school He is presently studying
, for his Confirmation.
A reception and luncheon will
be held in .Neal's honor at the
Algiers Hotel. Miami Beach Sun-
day afternoon.
*
ROBERT MORTON
Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Emil Morton, will become Bar
Mit/vah on Saturday, Dec. 28, at
Temple Emanu-EL
Robert attends Nautilus Junior
Hit;h School, where he is in the
Hth grade.
The celebrant will be honored
at a Kiddush in Sirkin Hall Imme-
diately following the worship serv-
ice and at a reception Saturday
evening in the Temple Ballroom.'
*
MICHAEL PEARL
Michael Craig. son of Dr. and
Mrs. Arthur Pearl, will l,,
Bar Mit/vah at Beth David Con-
gregation on Saturday, Dee 28.
Michael is an eighth grade stu-
Palmetto Junior High
During a recent visit to Israel to attend the convent
the Jewish Funeral Directors of America E
left, Miami Becrh funeral director who was out
dent of the JFDA. handed the aavel over to Louis Sd
berg of Boston, the new president. Mrs. Newmar. and
Schlcssberg ^holding shofcr also attended lh evei
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Friday. December 27, 1968
+Jew is* fkridi^r
Paqe 13-B
Camps Wohelo And Comet Will Hold Joint Reunion Here
un.Hl reunion for Camp active in Jewish communal a
nrt Camp Com.-t will be tics and at on., time was -
V%a Dr.. H...lywoiKl^rrltorfli.,i..|s.
A combined reunion for Camp active in Jewish communal activf.
Wohelo and Camp Com,t will be tie. and a. one time was 80cia'
|H. -^- H'-'J^hk.'. -*&mX*r** '> SU,lteit an,;
Beach from 1 to 3 p.m. iTridav ,
MoviesMUdes. lunch and swim-. **o camps are now owned
and operated by Bertha Levy's
children. Shirley Shor, [sabeile
Rosenberg and Morgan Levy, who
ming will be the order of the day.
Camp Wohelo for Girls and its
lister camp. Camp Comet for
Hoys, are situated in the Blue
Ridge Mountains of Pennsylvania,
near Waynesboro. Camp Wohelo
was fountled by Bertha Levy, a
Miami resident since 1926 who is
his wife, Kev, in this
lives with
area.
Amonc Miamians who have sent
their children to the camps are
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Guberman,
Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Shapiro. Mr.
and Mrs, Herman Pomerantz, Mr.
and Mrs. Norman Kassen, Mrs.
Beverly^Ginsberg, Mr. ancUftlrs.
Marshall Jacobs, Mi And *Mrs.
Seymour Cohen and Mr. and (Mrs.
i lei Schwartzman.
Both camps will open June 29.
Interested Miamians are invited to
attend the reunion on Friday.
Temple Beth Tov Party
Temple Beth Tov will hold a
New Year's Eve party Tuesday
evening at the Temple.
Mrs. Milu U Head
Of Heart Sunday
Mrs. ('hail, s Milu has I.....n y-
l-ct^ I Heart Association of
1'. atei i'to be Hi art Sun-
day cti til Dr Matthew H.
Bradli. t of thi As
lion made the announcement this
week.
As Hi art Sunday chairman, Mrs.
Milu will I)-' the overall coordinat-
or of the 12.000 Heart volunteers
who will collect contributions
from their neighbors on Heart
Sumlav. Feb. 23.
r, Abraham I. Katsh, president
oi Dropsie College in Philadel-
phia, will speak on "The Jewish
Voice of Protest" at Beth David
Congregations 8:30 p.m. serv-
es Friday.
Weight Watchers Meet
Mrs. Norma Fresher, director
Weight Watchers of Miami, will
iscuaa "Fatsitosis" Jan. 15 at a
neeting of the Tempi,- Judea Sis-
terhood in the temple's social hall
it 11:30 a.m.
PW Goida Meir Chapter
The Golda Meir Chapter of Pio-
ser Women will ho'd a regular
ting at 1 p.m. Friday in the
' ishington Federal Auditorium.
1234 Washington Ave., Miami
'icach, according to an announce-
nent by Mrs. Abraham Seltzer,
'resident.
KATZ's PARADISE Restaurant
1451 Collins Avenue
KREPLACH KISHKE MATZO BALLS KNISHES
MEAT + FISH ir STEAKS CHOPS CHICKEN
CATERING FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Excellent Cuisine Superb Service Modern Decor
P/MVipiEMOUSSE
Restaurant
Open 6 days a week from
11 a.m. to 1 a.m.
Visit Our New Cocktail lounge
EL BATtJRRO SPANISH RESTAURANT
Specialty of the Mouse "PAULA VALENCIANA"
Open 11:30 A.M. Til 11 P.M. Daily
|2322 N.W. 7th STREET, MIAMI Phone 642-9043
ROYAL HUNGARIAN HS RESTAURANT!
AND CATERING
NOW (H'i> for the SKASON
731 Washington Avenue Phone 538-5401
STAR Wry. Yej. & Rsfc Restairat]
e EST. 1943 Under Same Management
Many Additional Improvements in the Menu i
? "fr 841 Washington Ave. Ph. 531-9182 & ,
"JANKELE" ARNOLD'S
LITTLE VIENNA
THI ONLY AUTHENTIC VIENNEit RESTAURANT IN MIAMI
I JEWISH POLISH HUNGARIAN AND VIENNESE CUISINE
j FOR RESERVATIONS CALL YOUR HOSf "JANKELE" ARNOLD
| 8301 BISCAYNE BOULEVARD 7S7-7122
Closed Mondays
Luncheon served:
11 a.m.-5 p.m.
Dinner served:
6 p.m. 10 p.m.
After Theatre Dinner:
10 p.m. 1 a.m.
3418 Main Highway
443 1066
The Studio Restaurant
LUXURIOUS DINING
ELEGANT FRENCH CUISINE
For Something New and Different in Our Miami Area
2340 S.W. 32nd Ave. 443-2536
Make Your Reservations Before Going To The Theatre
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Gourmet Luncheons and Dinners-Reasonably Priced!
Refreshing French Style Sidewalk Cafe Soecialiiing In:
Brochette of Sea Food
Sweetbreads Forestieres
Veal Cordon Bleu de Chef
LUNCHEONS SI.40 to $2.20
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DINNERS $3.20 to S6.00
Served 5:30 to 10.00 PM.
Pepper Steak Flambe Cognac
Beef Bourquigons
Steak Marchand de Vin
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Le Cafe de Paris
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ili.- Count) Judge*, of hade County,
., I iili- the -ann In duplicate and .,-
prnvtdM i.i Section ::::,;. j-lnrUui
HI I'ates, in Ittelr office* in lln County
rourtttDUM iii Pade County, Florida,
within mv >.ii,nil:ii mnntha from the
time off the fir-t publication hereof, oi
it,.. ^>me v. ill be barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, this 3rd
da) "f !> "mi r, \ P i'"
ISREAL BERNSTEIN
Ml \MI ItK \. II
FIRST N VTION \l. i: v\l<
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Fli public utlon of this oi
1 St ft day of l>. -< mhei l!i
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
A\D FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
CIVIL ACTION
CASE NO 68 '
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
: hi. IS 111:1:1 ill v ill\ BN that
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I INKERS STEIN INSCHANCE
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' .mi. Florida Intend* In rcl*tci Mild
me nil Hi. Clerk "i tin "In-uil
Court 1.' I>ade County, Florida.
KKRNARI1 I-AM >ERS
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1!/ NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
APPLY FOR CHANGE OF NAME
Case No 68-17962
To Whom 11 May Concern
Notice in hereb) Riven that the un-
li-ralaTMMl petitioner, I'ETKH ELLI-
S' n Mii'iKl'V. .ii... known a* ELLI-
S' IN M< I'I'KIM I" w 1 tadd'
...hire** Ii 17-11 s \\ 18th Court in
ihe cn> "f Miami, Daili County, Flo-
il. Intend* 10 uppl) '" Ihi 11.......able
IIARVIE H Du\ VI., JuilK' ol Ihi
Eleventh Judicial Circuit, In and f<>r
Hade i'"U"n. .11 in- office In the
- unty Court Houae. al 9 Ifi o'clock
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.-. or 1- .....n thereafter a- Cun-'-l
1 ,y be h* ai'I. I' 1 -in "i'l.; I'hani
1 nain.' front |'i:ti:i: ELLISON
rill lY, .11-.. knou :. .1- K 1.1,1 S >N
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Chapter fO/22 is of 1 File N_ 68 A
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I. der tin' nhM rertlflcati wan In Ihe
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mud acciirdliiie In law, lh property
arlbed herein "ill >^-lt lo Ihe
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BY HENRY LEONARD
Tcur daily newspapers, Yiddish paper-
hourly news broadcasts! What kind
of a News Maniac did I marry?"
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
File No. 68 A-243
Chapter 20722 Act. of 1941
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LEGAL NOTICE
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IN AND FOR DADE COl NTV,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No 81C45
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 74626-C
In RF. ]:-.,' ..f
SYLVIA nr.ltl.IS'RR
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APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
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1 lte|H>rl .in.l I'ellllon for
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SYLVIA IIBRI.IS'BR :i/k .1 SYLVIA
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LEGAL NOTICE
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NOTICE B\ PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV IN CHANCERY.
No. 68- II
SUIT FOR DIVORCE

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in-un Court, li.i.i. (Yiunti Florida
B) N' A HEM i:Ti-
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.1 M'k I WEISS
Mt s \S l-i Street
Miami, Florida
IS 13
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE
OF CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME
AND BY THE AUTHORITY OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
u ..... ,.,. u -,-, 1 \v||i .\| THESE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
1 'I. r, is 11 KREMY ;i\ BN thai
ui..l. f-iuii. ,i. dealrlng t- ensaari In
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IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND TOR DADE COl NTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 81050-B
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All tYedltora and III |Vr*nn> Ha\
ini 1 Malm* --r 1 < in.H -I- \: Said
You an hi reby not fleil 1.1 n -m r
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IN WITNESS WIIBRBDF, I have
hereunto *el in> hand 1 'I havi affix-
Ihe On .11 Peal .-: ihi Stnti ol
Ihi 1 'anil il,
1.,1. ..f MAX KASIIIN it, ,-:,^. .1 late ..I Hie urea I S.al "I tin- s
i.f Mail,- County, Klnri-l.i, to Ihe Count) Florida, .it Tallahassee, Ihi Canlt.il
.Unit,- n| Dad* County, and lllc ihe ihi* ihi FOI'RTH day of DK'.'EM
name in duplicate and aa provided In HER A I' I96H
Section "33 16. Florida Statute-, in; TOM ADAMS
their office* In the Counl) Courthoum Secretar) of Stale
in Dnde County, PHoridm within six IS 13 :'" .7 1/.I
calendar month* from Ihe lime 'f Ihe
nrM publication hereof, or the lami------------------------------------------------------------------------
"iMteli at Miami. Florida, tin- ind day in the county judges court
.,( December, A l> IMI IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
ROLOMON KASIIIN FLORIDA IN PROBATE
A* Bseeutor No 81155-C Clark
all other nutatandina ill 1 ,u.
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ount) nixi ... d C ly ol llnme-
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The ;i--. -.in.iit of s.-,i,| pi
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["{"} "I JOHN II TAYI/)R \- w
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lei meil aci nrdhiB In |H ihe pi
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NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURTOF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 68-18603
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
RETANJCO
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in the circuit court of the
eleventh judicial Circuit
uf florida. in and for
dade county
No. 68-15882
NOTICE bV PUBLICATION
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NOTICE UNDER f wVTT||.: SI'tiER.MAN d.....I
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW ,, ',.,- ,,,,,, ,,., x Rorlda. tothe
i.TIci; is I1BKERY "ilVBS lhal ,-,,...., ,a,lgt., ,., |,,,i, .1
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in s- umliT tin- Ii- tine11- 11. un, nl I. ... Section :::;' I :-
JOKBIUI ItoKHNRKKtl \ss> >'i \ti :s ;, ..,
IH\ ISION OF ADMIR \.T\ IN I II.
NATIONAL CJIRPOR \th.\ Intend* B||n||| ,
,, r.-Ki-i. 1 said nann with ihe l< rk .., .
of tl.. circuit Court ol Dadi 1 uui I
Florida ..,.,,.,, 1 '
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NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY
FOR CHANGE IN NAME
Case No 68-17961
To Whom ii Ma) i '
v., 11,. ,- in reby l-i\ 11 lhal 11
il, icncd |H lltloni 1 MYRA M CI'RDY
idilrei 17MI N. W
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Elev, nlli Judii 1.1I I 'Il U ll il
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, 'ount) 1 "in I Hou-e, A M .
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noon tli.-i-i a ft' r a* 1 u I ma) lie
for .in 1.1. 1 i
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR~ "
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 81227-A
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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To All 1'-. dltoi ., .1 \\ |vi
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AKliillHl s lid EkIiiIi
' -ii are In reby notified and r, -m
'" i" I 1 mil di in.i
" III" I' you may have ac.nn.-i ll
\t:i.i.ii: fbrei.l. .....
' Dadi County, Florbla. lo
' "ii"' V JU"Iri of Dade Coui ly, n
lii, ili.- name in duplicate and un pi
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I in Mi..ii-.- in Dade County, Fldi
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ilnu o| Hi,- tit-- t publication hen
mi. >viii i... I.aire.l
1 ..1 Miami, Florida h -
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S IIKRKIIY HIVBN I
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SI'DBH Sl'lt SHOPS INC ,
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR"
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 81217-B
In RE E*l
DIN V SH MU IFF
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Al '11 "III H
Del Al'.iI I- I S.i
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or Ihe same \\ ill In
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NOTICE UNDER
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T"E STATF OF FLORIDA:
Ti, \ii, PERSON'S N'TRRBSTEI
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publication ..1 lhi notlci tn m>near ii
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