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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
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Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
September 5, 1969

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Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
September 5, 1969

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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lccn - sn 96027667
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Jewish Floridian and Shofar of Greater Hollywood
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Full Text
~JewisIi Floridia]
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
kme 42 ! Miami, Florida Friday, September 5, 1969
Three Sections Price 20*
DEFENSE WEAPONS. SUPPORT IN U.N.
hrczyner Elected
o Presidency By
'OA, A sks for A id
~>S ANGELES (JTA) Resolutions calling on the United
to provide Israel with the weapons needed for its defense
tailing on United Nations Secretary-General U Thant and the
[government for action to secure the release of the Israeli pas-
ts aboard the hijacked TWA plane sti:! held captive by Syria
adopted at the dosing em ssions of the "2nd national convention
e Zionist Organization of Amerka, If Mr. Thant fails to succeed
iK the resolution stated, th( Ut ited Nations "must ratify any
pirei taken by Israel foi the upholding of international law."
resolut i called foi nmeaiat< and forceful response by the
ti States to till i i : Arab piracy committed against an
:, n i irlinei and its | asst i g< i-.'
esoluti dea ing
| thi continued
the i -.
i
. a-
of the I... I
- p
shifl : t!.
by I
f ]'.
;.
Hi, r term, the c
led .' ii i T
Yoi k ; ;id ai I 1-
Ral ": ix Kirs -..
I ious ; .
date
e contention derided on n
pscale prorram t) c .fit
I ropaganda on th< i
pus by a p~ogram of in1
for students aid faci-tv
levelopments in the Midd'M
It recommended estab-
Usjhm. :. i.! a Kiryat ZOA ne r
a main." ]>:a.-.i e.tv te [.-ovide
home- :n.(i cc:>:":<.al premises
I immigrants and temporary
ors from America. The con-
fcion expressed full sup-*irt of
ph for people of all age- b .t
Bsed th-it maximum e^co'ir-
JACQIES TORCZYNKR
agement must he given to the
immigration of young American
.lews. In this connection, it de-
cided, development of accomnvi-
Continud on Pg 6-A
rson Charges Filed
Against Australian
'Jerusalem (JTA) Is-
rael's attorney general has I
charges in a .'......snem district
court against Michael Denis
William Rohm, 28. an Austra-
lian national accused >'. setting
the fire wh'di s -ven ly d imaged
the l-'.i Afc.sn Mosq le in East
Jtrusal 'm An;:. 21. The eh
Yawn no hv ?.!i ir Shamgai ac-
cuse Rohe i on two eo-mts a


IN THIS ISSUE
AltOD 4-A Real Estate 11B
Bar Mitzvah 12B Sermon 1C-C
Candlelight 10-C Synagogues Tonah ..... 10-C 10C
Dining 13B TV ........ ir-c
EnG'Vi--' '- 8-9B Weddings 8-9B
Obituaries 15B Woman-*
World 6-B
: willful destruction of a holy
The first charge carries
,. maximum penalty of s >ven
in ja:l and the second. 15
The court was asked to
defense counsel.
A sp 'Cial committee appointed
. thi Israeli Supreme Court to
. ., sti ?ate the causes of the
| hi ird testimony front an
. shoen aker win was on
thi s irds appointed by the
I ius Council at the
at the time of the fire
]; ,. : .' the El Aksa Mosque
the nearby Dome of the
.. (Mosque of Omni have
een placed under special secur-
prec tut'ons. The Moslem re-
s authorities have put Ha/.-
i | Halidi. a Jerusalem Aral)
who once served as a major in
the Syrian Arniv and saw serv-
ici with British forces during
.1 War II. in charge. Halidi
is reported to have participated
in two couds in Damascus befor
returning to his native Jerusa-
lem some years ago.
PILOTS THREATEN
24-HOUR STRIKE
PARIS i JTA i The In-
ternational Federation of
Airline Pilots Associations
threatened to call a 2-1-hour
general strike of airline
pilots unless the United Na-
tions took immediate action
to secure the release of two
Israelis still held in Syria
after thi ir TWA plane was
hijacked by Arab comman-
dos and forced to land in
Damascus last Friday.
The strike warning was
issui d at an emergency meet-
ing of IFALPA's executive
bureau bureau here. Its
chairman. Olaf Forsberg. of
Finland, told newsmen later
that the organization's 44.-
00 i members could not stand
idly b.- as long as the two
Israelis were detained. The
Strike proposal would require
the approval of the various
national pilots associations
affiliated with IFAI.PA.
Guilty Verdict
For 2 Officers
>NN .1 I A i Tw of Adolf
h tin's isest co'laborator i
tation to cb?ir death
.COO K ingarian Jews dur-
ing Woild War II were found
Pi inkfurl court afte
a 14-month retrial on charges
mas* murder and complicity
of murder.
Herman-) Krumey. (14. who
was an SS lieutenant colonel
and had been Eichmann's chief
transportation officer, was sen-
tenced to life imorisonment at
hard labor. Otto Hunsche. M. a
former SS captain who had been
Eichmann's legal adviser, was
sentenced to 12 years imprison-
ment.
In a previous trial. Krumey
had been sentenced to 15 years
and Hunsche acquitted, but the
prosecutor appealed the verdict
and the new trial was ordered.
Statements made by Fichmann
during his interrogation and
trial in Jerusalem in 1961 in-
criminating the two men figured
largely in the Frankfurt trial.
The attorney for the two men
sought unsuccessfully to have
former Israeli Attorney-General
Gideon Hauser, who prosecuted
Eichmann, called as a witness
to disprove this testimony bv
establishing that Eichmann was
a pathological liar.
Scotland Yard Readies Plans
To Prevent 'Holy War1
LONDON I JTA> The Daily
Express reported that Scotland
Yard's Special Branch drew up
plans at top-level talks to pre-
vent a "holy war" between Arabs
and Jews from spreading to
Britain. The paper said that
security precautions have been
tightened at Jewish and Israel-
owned premises in the country
following Monday's bomb blast
in the Regent Street office of
Israel's Zim Lines. The Express
said in an editorial that it must
be made clear to Arabs and Is-
raelis that any terrorist caught
in Britain will 1k> punished.
Israel Demands
Release Of Two
Held By Syria
JERUSALEM (JTAi Israel
renewed its demand for the re-
lease by Syria of all Israeli citi-
zens who were passengers aboard
the TWA airliner hijacked by
Arab commandos last Friday
and forced to land in Damascus.
Four of the Israelis, all women,
were released toelay. flown to
Athens abroad an Alita'ia air-
liner, and brought here in a
TWA airliner. But two Israeli
men arc still being held by
Syrian authorities.
Israeli Government offici
said there- would be no "tart.
ing" with Syria for rek-as< <: thi
Israelis in exchange foi two
Syrian pilots who landed Is-
rai I a year ago or for captur
Arab guerrillas. The men
be uncondidionally release)
Ii nij lit. The release c I I
Fon ign Ministry sj okesma -
me n did not "eletri ct iron thi
si riousni ss ct th- i. im< '
said.
Fon Ign Ministry officii
thai Israt Ps demand f acti
I c ire t't< i leas- of tb
i rai lis still held in Syria v as
directed "first ,-nd fon nost 1
TWA ard the U.S. Govei :.
They said the air ( ;:: I: hPS
not denied responsibility foi its
passengers' safety and that the
U.S., under whosi flag tl
plane flew, has assured Israel
that it would elo el! in its
power to have the Israelis bi t
free. But the Ministry officials
saiel they had no reports that a
"neutral body" (presumably the
United Nations I was doing any-
thing regarding the wellbeing
and safety of the Israeli citizens
in Damascus.
(In Washington. Israeli Em-
bassy officials disclosed that con-
tacts were continuing with the
State Department, Trans-World
Airlines and international bodies
ir. efforts to secure the release
of the two Israelis still held by
the Syrian authorities.)
The two men, apparently be-
ing held as hostages, are Prof.
Shmuel Samueloff, 48, a mem-
ber of the physiology department
of Hadassah Medical Scheiol in
Jerusalem, and Saleh Moualcm,
42, cf Ramat Hasharon, a travel
agency rrr.i icyi < Israe-li officials
said ;.h.,->.: pi pot for an ex-
change had no1 been received
from Syrian sources, But the
Popular Front foi the Libera-
tion of Palestin* which carried
out the hijacking, claimed that
e ne of its purposes as to seize
Israelis a*- hostages fci captur-
Continued on Fsge 2-A
British Foreign Office Asked
To Intervene For Jews of Iroq
LONDOJ ~ ..-. Board
(; I .".-us has
ask : nment to
use its infl \ \ revent a re-
pi tition : s execu-
- in Iraq vail upt n
Iraqi auth permit the
remaining J ws 1 eave that
MMUtfev '' was made by
a delegi h ..sited Min-
ister of Slat Goronwy Roberts
in the Foregin ( ffice. Mr. Ro-
berts is substituting for vaca-
tioning Foreign Secretary Mich-
ai I Stewart.
Humphrey Be rkeley, chair-
man of the United Nations As-
sociation, wrote to the Foreign
Secretary expressing shock over
the Baghdad executions. He said
such acts only served to increase
tensions in the ana and the
danger of another, more disas-
trous war in the Middle East.
.

i
SYRIAN DECISION AWAITED,
ISRAELI CASUALTIES MOUNT
By SjNM-ial Report
JERUSALEMIsraeli army casualties mounted to the high-
est level since the Six-Day War this week as military action was
stepped up on fronts facing Lebanon, Jordan and Egypt. The
Syrian border remained relatively quiet as Israel awaited the
Syrian reaction to her demands for the release ot twe Israeli men
held prisoner by Syria alter the hijacking of a TWA ;.:rliner.
s.\ Israeli soldiers wen reported killer. Mond and four
more on Tuesday, but 1 ss was overs! dowed I;. the death
Tuesday night of two civilians in the Upper G lilei I ofKiryat
Shamona which w ..- during thi timi i n the na-
tional H'.stadrut election! I others wen rocket
fire from Lebanon tl..... as also a
target. Dead were :-;.-.-..: y and ma i. i '.-. -'ii forces
returned the fire, afte i banese artiller; the duel.
Artiliery exchangee led along th S rial, and Is-
raeli planes raced into an Wednesday aft< r Isra< Ii patrol
on the West Bank wi fin 3 on from Jen...: ti i t< ry. Israeli
units along the Gola ts were on the alert I I indications
were that Israel ivas relying upon the United Statei and the
United Nations to secun the release of the Israli oen held by
Syria. A world-wide strike by 44.000 airline pilots wai threatened
unle-ss the civilians wen released by next Monday, and intensive
efforts were being made by tne United Stab s, privi tely as well
as officially.
Sudan joined the United Arab Republic, Iraq, Syria and
Jordan in a third day of talks in Cairo, main goal >; which ap-
peared to be unification of the so-called "eastern iront."




Pcae 2-A
+Jewi$ti thrkttan
Friday, Set
^!L!J969|
Israel Demands Release Of
Nationals Held By Syria
1 (Continued from Pane 1-A)
ed Arabs. The Israeli official
I-ointed out tht the two men
are in the custody of Syrian
authorities, not of terrorists and
ttitit Syria will l)i' flfufrr^pon*
able for their safety and prompt
return.
The four Israeli women arriv-
ed at Lydila Airport from Athens
in a TWA airliner and were
giv* n an emoti'.nal welocme by
relatives and friends. They were
taken to a waiting room reserv-
ed for YIP's and talked to the
l>r< ss there. They had little in-
formation to add. They said the
Syrians treated them well, they
had enough food and generally
had no complaints except for
thi ir detention.
The women passengers reloas-
t are Mrs. Hava Fried, 42, of
at Mot/kin and her 15 year-
old daughter, Dalia; Mrs. Vlc-
1 ria Shamash. 61, and Mrs.
Arditi, 63. Mrs. Shamash and
Mrs. Arditi were both returning
from visits to relatives In Los
I. s where the TWA flight
e ginated.
The Alitalia plane took them
I Damascus carried four
TWA executives to the Syrian
il. Th< y are F. C. Wiser.
} sident of the airline, and
viei -presidents Thomas Hungton,
Richard Wilson and Gordon Gil-
mi re. The plane's pilot. Capt.
1 > an Carter, is also remaini
].; masc is its crev. and 99 non-
i pas ngei s w ere evacuat-
ed on Saturday.
The arrival of the airline of-
! ficals in Damascus did much to
I mollify Israeli public opinion
which was angered by the fact
that the crew and non-Israeli
aled. leaving the six Israelis to
their fate. Originally. TWA an-
nounced that Capt Carter would
remain In the Syrian capital to
supervise repairs to the aircraft
which was damaged by time
bombs planted by the commandos
after it landed. The head of Is-
raeli's Civil Aviation Adminis-
tration. Moshe Peled, cabled
TWA in New York Sunday ex-
pressing "shock" that the crew
of the Hoeing jet had left Damas-
cus without the Israeli passeng-
ers. Shortly afterwards, TWA
announced that Capt. Carter had
been ordered to remain in Dama-
scus to "expedite the release of
six Israelis" as Boon as possible.
The airline said it had assigned
"top priority" to obtaining their
release.
John Corris, director of pu-
blic relations for TWA in Wash-
ington, told JTA that "TWA.
at this time, has no plans what-
soever to change iis pattern of
scheduled service to Tel Aviv.")
L'Shona Tova
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To Friends Of The Jewish Home
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Please Help
Oor Thrift Shop (7300 N.W. 27th Ave., Miami) urgently
needs your help NOW.
The Home's costs are sky-rocketing because of*steeply
rising costs. 117 nurses aides, orderlies, maids, porters
and food service personnel had to be raised from $1.15
to $1.50 per hour minimum.
This wage increase alone will cost the Home an ad-
ditional $100,000 in 1969.
And we remind you that the Home's financio! problems
are aggravated because it gives the top admission
priority to the indigent 85% (188 out of 222) of our res-
idents ore public welfare recipients.
The Home's deficit is mounting with frightening rapidity.
The Thrift Shop, therefore, must render much greater
financial help to Douglas Gardens.
You can help the Home meet its growing deficit
and continue to give admission priority to the
indigent by contributing furniture, furnishings,
appliances, clothing, etc. to the Thrift Shop.
You con ofso be a great help by getting your neighbors,
apartment, motel and hotel owners to contribute to the
Thrift Shop.
All contiibutions are tax deductible.
Phone the Thrift Shop at 696-2101 and arrange for our
truck to pick up.
Appreciatively,
* AARON KRAVITZ,'
JHA V.P. & Chairman,
Thrift Shop Committee
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iday, September 5, 1969
^Jewist ncridHan
Page 3-A
School Crisis In Our Community
| Rabbi Josef h Narot, speaking as
esidcrt of the Greater Miami
aptei, American Jewish Ccm-
leo and of the Greater Miami
abink.il Association at a press
jference of religious leaders at
Dupont Plaza Center on the
tool crisis Thursday, August 28,
embers of the Jewish com-
nity to fulfill the highest ideals
Judaism by working foi a fully
HBtt{;r;ii(<; society in our educa-
[tio: -; -nr.i.
'The Jewish community, not
Jy hi re but over the whole
rid," said Rabbi Narot, "is last
broaching a New Year, the High
tly Pays. The dominant theme
I thai time is that of repentance,
searching our hearts and above
of red* dication to the highest
Sis of Judaism."
jn behalf of the members of
Miami Rabbinical Association,
a of our congregations and on
iple Rummage Sa9e
Thr Sisterhood of Beth Moshe
vill begin its year with a rummage
sale of clean, usable clothing and
|ltems fiom 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. F'ri-
ay in the Washington Fwwial
lAuditorium, 699 NE 167th St.,
Jorth Miami Beach.
U.S. legislator and -*.;! r.- an
[ Herbert H. Lehman, who was
| born in New York on MarcJi 28,
L3878 anil died in that city Dw,
^5, 1963, wan Liwitnant Gover-
>nor oi New York State from 1928
. to 1932 and wrved as governor
1932-1942. \i\er wrving at: For-
ijrn K.ii.f and Rehabilitation
, Operations director for the Stat*
Department and as director gen-
eral of I'NRRA, he was elected
to the U.S. Senate, and served
there from 1949-1957. (JTA)
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behalf of the American Jewish
Committee, I urge the American
citizens of the Jewish faith in our
community to fulfill our tradition
of equality and respect for every
human being."
Joining Rabbi Narot in the fol-
lowing statement was The Rt. Rev.
James L. Duncan, Suffragan
Bishop of the Kpiscopal Diocese.
Father David Russell, represent-
ing the Archdiocese of Miami.
William H. Smith, President of the
Christian Community Services
Agency and Rev. Fred I/?Shanc.
Minister of the First Unitarian
Church of Miami:
The present crisis is another
opportunity for the rededication
on our part as leaders of Chris-
tianity. Judaism, democracy and
the highest aspirations of man-
kind, for the achievement of a
fully integrated society in our
educational system.
Our traditions demand equality
and respect for each human be-
ing and his worth which must
be (Xpressed in terms of quality
education for every child regard-
less of race, color or creed.
We call upon the membership and
leadership of all of our churches
and synagogues, community org-
anizations and citizens:
1. to work with die school board
and local schools to achieve
i!it<'grated quality education,
not in the far future but now;
2. to help public officials, school
authorities, and civic leader-
ship who will work for and sup-
port integrated quality edu-
cation to resolve the misunder-
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Volume 42
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Number 36
Air Piracy Cannot Be Tolerated
Piracy in the air is a serious business of international
concernwhether it involves the United States and Cuba
or the Arab states and Israel. Granted the impossibility of
controlling fanatics or desperate persons, a nation's re-
sponsibility is measured by its reaction to the piratical act.
We would not approve of our government using its
power against Cuba in an attempt to end the hijacking
because it is obvious that these acts do not have the official
approval of the Cuban government, and there is a measure
of good faith in returning both plane and passengers safely
and promptly.
The same would hold true as it concerns the Arab
nations and Israel. Unfortunately, those nations encourage
and support their fanatics to the point where they en-
danger not only Israeli property and citizens but others as
well. Thus, in order to preserve the sanctity of air passage
and the security of their own people, Israel would seem
to have no recourse but to show the offending nations its
power to punish when international law has been ignored.
We wish it were otherwise, and that in addition to the Air-
Line Pilots Association, others would show their concern.
Proper Means To An End
Some of the nation's major Jewish organizations have
decided to take direct action against corporations which
continue to practice discrimination in employment. One
way has been to refuse to buy from suppliers or to enter
into contract for services.
B'nai B'rith's Anti-Defamation League has now come
up with another practical method, and that is to invest its
funds in those corporations which not only do not dis-
criminate but also carry on affirmative programs designed
to give employment to persons of minority groups.
This is not revolution, but the kind of reformist position
all of us can accept as the proper means to an end.
U.N.'s Cynicism. Hypocrisy Disturbing
Israel's appeal to the United Nations on behalf of
the Jev/s of the Arab nations, particularly Irag, Egypt and
Syria, must be matched with strong pressure from Jews
in all the free nations of the world. The concern is not
Israel's alone, but diminishing as those concerns seem to
be, belong to all of us, Jews and non-Jews, based on
humane considerations.
For American Jews who have been among the most
ardent supporters of the U.N., the actions of that world
body as they relate to Israel have been disheartening. It
was big news last week when the Security Council finally
added to its usual resolution condemning Israel for de-
fending itself a weak statement "deploring" the cease-fire
violations by one of the Arab states. Beyond our support
for Israel, which is normal, the cynicism and hypocrisy
that is revealed is disturbing. Jews in the Soviet Union,
Poland and the Arab countries apparently are legitimate
targets for death and torture as long as the Communist
nations and their Arab stooges control the Security
Council.
This is a problem which is fundamentally humani-
tarian and not political. Our government, granting its po-
litical interests in the Middle East do not always coincide
with that of the only democratic nation in that area, can-
not continue to remain silent. Christian churches and other
organizations must be alerted to their responsibility to
speak up wherever atrocities and discrimination against
people take place. It is time to turn on the heat to save
innocent persons.
Comment
i
by EDWARD COHEN
Vacation; unfortunately, is
only a Bonietime thing. On my
second day back in the office i
looked back with hope to a
small sign which people can t
fail to notice:
"As soon as the rush is over,
I'm going to have a nervoUi
breakdown. I worked for it: I
owe ii to myself; and nobody
is going to deprive me of it"
It's been there foi some ten
years now and evokes the proper
sympathy and undi rstandii
this time of the year in the syn-
u. but. for some reason, 1
haven't been able to fulfill the
promise of that very real state-
ment. And, as the years go on in
my full-time over-time job as
a Temple administrator, 1 think
I understand why.
There was a time when I woi d
get uptight about people who
had all the "wrong" ideas about
Judaism, Just (his past week a
lady called to say that she would
not join a synagogue which per-
mitted a group of college stu-
dents tn attend services dressed
in dungarees and bell bottom
pants, not to mention the young
men without ties. The fact that
these young |X'oplo were there as
part of a unique Sabbath ex-
perience which had ranged from
the traditional to the most radi-
cal concepts of Jewish expres-
sion was lost on her: what was
most important was their dress,
as if the battle to ke >pour young
people Jewish depended on thi ir
decorum and not their minds.
And there was another, in-
quiring about the Bar Mitzvah
of her 1L'-war-old son who had
no prior Hebrew or other re-
ligious training. When informed
thai most Greater Miami syna-
gogues had standards which re-
quired a three-year minimum of
such studies, she replied: "1
know, but 1 think six months is
all he should have: it's too much
trouble otherwise."
I kept C llm. I keep calm How
when people call to buy tickets
with the statement. 'I only go
once a year.'' as an excuse for
not affiliating with a synagogue.
I am very polite to those who
inquire if th 5 c n come in for
Kol Nidre, and support the re-
quest by saying. "And I'll leave
right after so you can have more
" On the Da> of Atone-
. I refuse to shook by
the dozens who come puffin I 1
the doors and gasp out: "Is Yiz-
kor on yet?" knowing that 1 ic>
, not to be pan ol the
sen ices b .ere and will bn ik
the sacred m 1 id as thej head
for the exits immediately after.
1 keep calm be :ause for all
the negative views to be seen
there arc so many more positive
ones, and even tlwse which seem
to have negative values an ex-
pressions Of a tie to Judaism
which should not b ciisn irdi d
One family reminds you of their
inquiry six years ago, but they're
hen- now. an n't they? But an-
other lias just ; into town,
hasn't 5 I :" 1 '' ''"
number one priority is sy 11 1-
i m.
One talks wiUj^h
folk of the family and
the alienation of the
and it is made more .
when there is divorc
husband will not pro\
children's religious
Yet, in recent day-,
spoken with women
not bom to Jewish i"
who wish to give the
a religious eductttion i!
ish fathers would h
them.
For all those who
cide 1 that thi sy nag
Jew ish institution tin
support least. 1 hi re an
recognize that
port the one ins I
perpetuates .1
be no Jew- left to It
h ipitals, < >ne resists '
tation to ask older
"Where have you bc<
they tell you they
longed to a synagogui
the fact i- they are .
and that's What count-
There is an intramut
rued with the "11
the member. But what
from that promised br
1 am com Inced, is the u
ol Jewishness 1 sense
1 ich and the poor, the
and the educated, the
and the alienated, at
,.t the year. 1 fear
breakdown would com
were no "rush," for
m Judaism is strong!.
by those who eomi
"wrong" reasons.
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MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
TIBERIAS, Israel Great.
glossy-leaved ficus trees cast a
deep shade thai was still very
welcome, although the sun was
setting. The day's work done.
husbands and wives gossiped on
the terraces ol their small hous-
es. In the community center, old
men played chess. Smee climb-
ing roses wreathed the portal,
one hardly expected to descend
to a bomb shelter.
Yet that vvas what it was
allied a rather special, very spa-
cious bomb shelter. In an ante-
room, gaily decorated, the kib-
butz urn -es were gettii
or more of enchantingly lively
children ready for lied. Beyond
there was the neat sleeping-
chamber, with tiers of bunks
tanged against the walls. Noth-
ing COUld have seemed less war-
like, except that the whole place
was plainly built to be proof
against a direct hit by 1 j
artillery.
"SO the children sleep I
c\ 1 ry night," said the old man,
"It is safer so."
Above ground again, the old
man, who was the kibbutz
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work" of the prosp
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grown for export; of 1
strain of heat-w ithstai
cattle and the alfalfa !
nourish them, and evi
kibbutz' newly purchas
profitable share in a s
ties factory.
' And tell them." the
nly said, "that
to the border still: v
w ork now in the first
alter dawn. We must
army time to --1 arch
for mines. But we plo
bot der still, and no 01
stop us."'
So ii was at Kibbul
So it was at !esh< !'.
fishponds, and at Tori
ii- rich groves, and
other [arm settlemei
Jordan Valley, which a
range of Arab guns
across the river. The
are armored now aga
mines, hut the boasl 1
is, "We haven't ceasi
.-. single dunam, and 1
run away."
At headquarters in -
the wise. cool-In adi
chief ol" staff. Gen. T!
lev. had told mi "OUI
frontier worries us !
than the Sue/ Canal.
front is easily defer-
there are only soldiers t-
on the eastern frontier
keep out Fatah infilti..
protect our farmers, e
enemy holds the height
the Jordan."
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long, dusty way, from t..
by Bridge and the rich
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__________Friday, S+ptember 5.
Adminstration Will Not
Impose Peace On Mideast
LOS ANGE'JfcS (JTA) A
Republican (3)rgr?5s; mal lead-
er ^tpjd 1,000 delejatos At the
opening session of the 72nd na-
tional convention of the Zionist
Organization of America in i
speech presumably cleared by
the White House. 'The Nixon
Administration does nit seek to
imiK.se peace in the Middle East
but will spare no effort to help
find the road to pjaee."
Rep. GeriLl R. Ford iR-Mich.i
minority leader In the House of
Representatives, outlined the
Litest views of the Nixon Ad-
ministration on the Middle East.
The main object of the adminis-
tration in the rejw". he said. is
peace, not only for the safety of
the region but because the Unit-
ed States does not want to be-
come involved in a major con-
flict in the Middle East or any
other area. Tne administration
has decided to continue bilateral
talks with the Soviet Union for
that reason, he said.
"The administration does not
believe the U-S. Soviet talks
can bring peace in and of them-
selves," Rep. Ford asserted, "but
it does believe the United States
would be derelict if it did not
make every effort to determine
whether negotiations between
Israel and the Arab states
would be possible under the aus-
pices of United Nations Ambas-
sador Gunnar V. Jarring."
The Repul>:;can leader said
tlie first of 50 Phantom jet su-
personic fighter-bombers now on
order will be delivered to Israel
this month. The original Israeli
jrder for 44 Skyhawk subsonic
vHts has been doubled to 88, he
disci >sed, asserting that the Ad-
ministration was fulfiling its se-
c 'rity commitments to Israel.
:: :i i the recent graduation
of th: fust class of Israeli
Phantom pilots" trained by the
U.S. Air Force, and said Israeli
mechanics were also being train-
ed here for maintenance of the
highly-sophisticated aircraft.
Criticizing the Security Co in-
cil's c md.'mnation of Israel's
Aug. 11 air raid on guerrilla
base* in Lebanon, the Congress-
man declared, "It has been said
that the United States should
employ a more balanced policy
in the" Middle East. If there is
validity in that statement, then
what should be said of the U.N.
and its practice of condmning
Israel for retaliatory raids but
only mildly reproving Arab vio-
lators of the U.N. cease-fire?
And what should be said of the
Arabs who currently are firing
Russian-made rockets into Jeru-
salem?"
Tne Nixon Administration sees
i Soviet influence in the Middle
East as a "regrettable fact of
lifea demonstration of Soviet
power which must be dealt with
just as anywhere else in the
world. It has no illusions about
ZOA Reelects Torczyner
Calls On U.S. to Aid Israel
(Continued from Page 1-A)
dations at the Mollie Goodman.
Academic Hi*,':: Soh.>ol in Israel
"should be accelerated for max-
imum deve!oo::ij:U of its ca-
pacity."
In its resoluti >n irms I r
Israel, the cor I v,;' iss
the hope that "Ameri :an states-
manship i mi sing thi im-
portance of the .-._' si
of Israel foi th W -rn W .rid
wil not perm t the 3ovi :
and its client stal ; d
the stability ind tti
the Middle East "
In hit -
Torczyner v m '-'
that the org in'izal i was
united after the eontesl which
had take. its leader-
ship and stress-i the need for
the Zionist ra Kit it this
critical til
Sen. H.i' : ms. Jr.,
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the c invention. "U.S. efforts in
th? Middle East must be center-
i in one basic premiseIsrael's
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51 ite of Israel, must be
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lone-range Soviet intentions in
that area," he said, "but is try- \
ing to turn an era of confronta-
tion into an era of negotiation.
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use Arab-Israeli tensions to ex-
pand into the Middle past." Mr.
Ford charged, "and it is In the
vital Interests of the United
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Russians are now employing gun-
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In this situation, he said, the
continuation of bilateral talks
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prcbe and assess Russian inten-
tions and to keep uo a dialogue
in order to avoid a nuclear c in-
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world. It i.< possible." he said,
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negotiations between the princi-
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The Four Power and Two
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BOOKS NEEDED IN PHILIPPINES
First White House Fellow For Florida
The desperate need for Vx>ks in
the Philippine Islands has been
described in a recent letter from
Cindy Schorr of North Miami
i
Resolution Concerning
High Holy Day Services
The following resolution
concerning High Holiri ly
services has b""en issued by
the Rabbinical Association of
Greater Miami:
"The Greater Miami Rab-
binical Associati >n unani-
mously condemns and de-
plores the establishment of
synagogues meant for the
High Holy Days alone.
Whether conducted in hotels,
apartment buildings or other
such rented or borrowed fa-
cilities, such activities under-
mine the religious life and
spirit of the Jewish commu-
nity, since the unaffiliated
worshippers fail to identify
themselves with existing syn-
agogues throughout the year.
"The synagogue is conse-
crated by worship through-
out the year, and is thus the
spiritual home of the Jew.
We therefore, consider at-
tendance at a makeshift syn-
agogue as not meeting our
Jewish religious obligation.'
"We call upon all our Jew-
ish- citizens to refrain from
organizing, supporting, pro-
viding facilities for, or at-
tending any such mushroom
synagogues. We urge our co-
religionists to join and wor-
ship in the permanent syna-
gvrnes of their choice.
"The Rabbinical Associa-
tion also deplores the undig-
nified commercialization of
the High Holiday season
through blatant advertise-
ments in the press, which
vio'atc every propriety and
religious sentiment of Ju-
J. dsm."
The"*resolutfon was Issued
;n the name of the associa-
tion by Dr. Joseph P.. Narot,
p"esidenl and its ex<.....tive
vice president, Rabbi Solo-
n m Schiff.
American Israeli
BIG SELECTION
OF TALLES1M
and
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PRAYER BOOKS
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Miami Beach
Phone: JE 1-7722
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Synagogues, Schools 4 Private Use
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ISRAEL GIFT CENTER
BAR MITZVAH SETS
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949 WASHINGTON AVE. 532-2210
Open Sundays (Formerly Bezalel's)
REPHUN'S HEBREW
BOOK STORE
HAS EVERYTHING FOR
Synagogues, Hebrew Schools
and Jewish Homes. Free Gift
with Every Bar Mitzvah Outfit.
417 Washing**" n 1-W7
Bi>;ich. who has been serving with
the Peace Corps there for the pas:
year as a teacher. The daughter
of Beth Torah's president, tkbe
Schorr, writes, in part:
"Here in the Philippines, we
are faced with the same prob-
lems as other developing na-
tions. One of them is the prob-
lem populace is a necessity in a de-
mocracy. Since many students
do not go beyond elementary
grades, they must bi taught as
much as possible of the neces-
sary skills before they leave
school. While there is an over-
supply of t' ich rs, there is a
desperate lack ol books. Moel of
I the books being used now are
15 to 20 years old: many, many
others date hack to 1923 or even
earlier .
"So. we arc building a school
library. Wr have a room. Soon.
there will be shelves and tables.
perhaps a part-time librarian, if
i it wins the approval of the
| school department. This may not
! seem like much, but for us it's
a tremendous step : ."
Persons wishing to send books
: should mail them to Cindy Schorr,
PCV. Melgar, Naujan. Oriental
Mindoro F-305; Republic of th<
Philippines.
Florida's first White House Fal-
low. Charles M. McArthur of Okee-
chobee. has been assigned t) serve
under Postmaster General Wint >n
B'.out't in Washington. D.C.. in a
progiam designed to give young
leaders, 21-35, first-hand, high-
level experience in the workings o:
the Federal'government.
Mr. McArthur joins 17 Othet
Fellows selected from among 2,200
educators, professional men and
business leaders throughout ths
country who will serve <>v yei:
not as observers, but as fully-oaid
staffers handling specific assign-
ments in tli" White HoU3
Cabir.et.
The 32-year-old native o( M i nl
Is a member of the board of direc-
tors of Goodwill Industries in West
Palm Beach and a director of a
number of financial institutions
throughout Florida in addition to
heading the Charles McArthur
Dairies in Okeechobee.
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH DADE
mourns the loss oi its esteemed founding member,
pas. Sisterhood president,
and former Board Member.
SOPHIE WHITEHOUSE
Her sudden passing leaver a void in the life
of the congregation
Any contributions may be mode to the Temple
Sinai Whitehouse Memorial Library.
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+Jmi Friday, September 5, 1963
'Attack' Is Stased
]\v Israeli Scouts

A i (i:.":', p.m. Monday, Aug. 25,
three dozen volunteer scouts ar-
rived iii Shaare ZWtek, a non-
profit hos;.ii;il in Jerusalem, Is-
rael, foi a staged emergency. Tru-
: scouts, playing tlic rotes of
children who had been "attacked"
in .in ,\ nbush on their bus. were
brought in with heart, chest, neck,
arm and leg injuries.
The entire exercise was per-
formed tor tin' benefit of the Is-
raeli arm) to demonstrate the
hospital erficii ncy in handling a
large and difficult emergency. The
h [h-ranking official in command
of the entire operation was well
pleased with the results, and de- j
dared that it was "most satis-
factory."
The hospital personnel, who
weir not alerted before the arrival
of the scouts were able to com-|
pleto their procedures in about an,
hour's time.
Shaare Zedek is the oldest hos-
pital in Jerusalem serving the
local residents regardless of a per-
son's ability to pay and without
(l to religion or race.
A large and difficult emergency was simulated by Israeli
volunteer scouts to test the efficiency of Jerusalem's Shaare
Zedek Hospital in such a crucial situation.
National Commander of JWV
Bernard B. Direnfeld Elected
LOS ANGELES (JTA> The
outgoing national commander ol
tlu Jewish War Veterans of the
United States urged an "imme-
diate acceleration of shipments
of U.S. military equipment to
Israel, including the increase of
any ite ns required for Israeli
(l, fense Nothing less than a
stroie-: [si would prevent Rus-
sia from miscalculating in the
Mid Charles Fe tereis-
,:< told I i" organization' 74th
n itional con ntion.
i nard B. Direnfeld, a Cleve-
land, Ohio, attornej who was
JWV's nati inal Judge Advocate,
was elected as the organization's
ne i national commander.
Lord George <;<>ril<>ii < 1T ."> 1 -
I798)i a member of the llriiish
Parliament, organteed the Prot-
estant Association to oppose r-
liet of Roman Catholic disabili-
ties. In 1787, alter leaving Par-
liament, h- convemted to Juda-
ism ami the following year he
was Imprisoned for libeling Marie
Antoinette, the queen of France.
While in prison. I.....rganiied
Jewish services with liis fellow
inmates. (JTAl
Light on
a budget*
Electric rates have
gone down eleven
times since 19571
Here's new light on
inflation: while most
prices have been rising
sky-high, the price of
electricity has gone
down. The average price
paid per kilowatt hour
by FPL-servcd families
today is one-third less
than it was in 1957
1 here's no match for
fiamelcss electric ... it's
the biggest bargain
in your budget!
Ner Tamid Holds
Parallel Services
Cantor Hyman Fein is once
again bein? engaged by Temple
Ner Tamid, 79th Street ind Car-
iy!e Avenue. Miami Beach for
overflow services to be cotiducted
by Rabbi Miles Blinder, a rabbini-
cal Student, and will chant the
ni jor port! >n of th Huh Holiday
liturgy In this parallel service.
Cantor Fein, who ha.s ben with
Temple Ner Tamid for the past
three years, previously served for
seven years at Beth Moshe Con-
gregation.
The services in the main sanc-
tuary, temple president Herman
Shaw has announced, will be con-
ducted by Rabbi Eugene Labovitz
and Cantor Edward Klein, assisted
by the Ner Tamid choir under the
direction of Eli Samuels.
CANTOR HYMAN HIM
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THE PRESIDENT, OFFICERS, EXECUTIVE BOARD
and the
JEWISH NATIONAL
FUND COUNCIL
OF GREATER MIAMI
(Keren Kayemeth Leisrael Inc.)
Wishes Its Affiliates. The Entire
Jewish Hornmunity. The State of Israel
and The Jewish People All Over The World
A HAPPY. HEALTHY, PEACEFUL and
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
Chairman JNF Foundation
MAYOR JAY DERMER
President
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Friday. September 5, 1969
* Jew isF FlerSdBain
Vaqe 9-A
I
AJC's Report Deals With White Groups N s,ate &****& is> ftward ajc
The publication of a report
dealing with America's white eth-
nic groups has boon announc'l hv
tlio Greater Miami Chapter of the
American Jewrsn Committee. The
chapter's president, Dr. Joseph
K.irot. senior rabbi of Temple I--
rael of Greater Miami, said there
;iv .'J77.0OO Jjrst and second gen-
eration Americana in Miami and
even more in third and fourth gen-
erations who have not even Ik'CH
identified. This large group, he
said, lias real and pressing prob-
lems which are often unrec ig-
nized and inadequately dealt with.
One of a series concerned with
croup life and Intergroup c nfllcl
.11 America, tliis American Jewish
Committee pamphlet contains new
information about white ethnic
groups, explaining their different
sponses to the contemporary so-
cial and racial revolutions
Author of the publication en-
titled "Why Cant Thej Be Like
Us?: Facts and Fallacies About
Ethnic Difference and Group Con-
flict in America," is Rev. Andrew
Greetey, prominent priest-sociolo-
gist who Is program director ol
the National Opinion Research
Center at the University of Chi-
cago. The booklet is available
from the American Jewish Com-
mittee through its local office at
7"1 I>upont Pla/a Center.
"Fnthor Grecley's booklet should
be extremely useful lo social plan-
ners, educators, religious and la-
bor leaders, and others concerned
with social change," Dr. Narol
said
In his booklet. Father Greclej
predicts a growing demand for
power on the part of lower middle-
class while ethnic groups, not only ,
as a negative response to black;
power but is a means of bolster-
ing their own feelings of insecur-
ity and anonymity in today's
mechanized mas- society. It is
these feelings of vulnerability and
Impotence, he stated, that cause
them to strike out against blacks
rather than attack the root causes
of their own problems which make
them prey to extremist elements.
In analyzing ethnicity in Amer-
ica. Father Greeley suggests that
all immigrant groups go through i
pi r< --.ion of six steps in the .
proci -> of adjusting to American
society, and that tin' \ arious ethnic
groups now co-existing with one
anothi r are at different stages in
the proc 'SS.
I
T Closes For Holy Days
The YM-YWHA of Greater Mi-
ami. 8500 SW 8th St.. will close at
4:30 p.m. Friday. Sept. 12, in ob- I
scrvancc of Rosh Hashanah and
remain closed until Monday, Sept.
15.
At the annual meeting of the
Broward County Chapter of the
American Jewish Committee, a
new slate of officers and excep-
tive hoard members was elected.
George J. Bursak, businessman.
inventor and civic leader, was
elected president A former riv-i-
dent of Milwaukee, hi' Invented
packardrnr machinery nnrt devel-
oped many pharmaceutical and
cosmetic products used in hospitals
and nursing homes.
Also elected at the meeting
were Ah in Capp. Jesse D. Fine
and Joseph Kleiinan. vice presi-
dents; Frederic Feinstein, treas-
urer; Victor Cross, recording sec-
retary and Mrs. Louis Solomon,
corresponding secretary,
Those elected to the executive
board include .Morton Abram. Mrs.
.Merlon Abram. Mrs. Ralph \V.
Epstein, Mrs. Jesse D. Fine. Mil-
ton Forman, Mrs. Milton Forman,
Sheldon C Gars n, Morris Golden,
Mis. HertTel't Heiden. Mrs. JoTfhno
Killer. Irving J. Hillman, Rabbi
.Samuel /.. Jaffo, Dr. Louis I'.. Job-
love, Jeffrey Mann. Seymour
Mann, Mrs. Alexander S. Rogers,
Gerald Siegel, Mrs. Gerald Slegel,
Mr-. Herbert J Simon. Theodore
P. Soho and Barr\ J. Stone.
JNF Fund Concentrating
Golan Heights Reclamation
TEL AVIV (JTAl The Jewish
National Fund is concentrating
on land reclamation in the oc-
cupied Syrian Golan Heights,
JNF chairman Jacob Tsur re-
ported. He said aboul iLCiOO
acres of rchablltated land has
been handc over to settlements
in the heights and another _'.".-
000 acres are being prepared for
agriculture there. Mr, Tsur said
the JNF emplovs 1500 Arabs
from tiie occupied territork's in
afforestation work in the Gaza
Strip.
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Page 10-A
Jenisf fkridian
Friday. September 5. 1S69
Israel Newsletter
By ELIAHU SALPETER
Fanaticism, Irrationality Still Rule The Arab World
THF FIRE in
the El Aksa
mosque o Jf nw-.
salem was not
the first inci-
dent in recent
years to uncov-
er the ugly face
of Arab fanati-
> ........ >ui iiio blood lust reached
new proportions during the 48
hours that followed the fire.
El Aksa, one of the holiest
shrines of Islam, stands near the
legendary site c.f the Prophet
Mohammed's ascent to Heaven.
The hysterical behavior of the
mobs on the s-cene of the fire
was not surprising in view of
. te incjlfwyit itfA&>ttt>rs whp
charged "The Jews set fire to
the mosque." Nor was it sur-
prising that while Arab and
Jewish fire brigades we're still
fighting the flames the A rat-
radio station joined the incite-
ment
The true face of Arab fanati-
cism was revealed in the offices
of Sheikh el-Muhtasib, president
of the Moslem Council in Jeru-
salem, when he called a press
conference shortly after the fire
was put out to announce that
the Arabs would not cooperate
with any government investiga-
tion pi its causes. He said an
Arab Committee of Inquiry had
already established that the fire
was the result of arson and not
an electrical short circuit, which
evidence indicated might have
bten the cause. Accusing the
fire brigade of dragging their
feet, Sheikh el-Muhtasfb claimed
that this was the first fire in the
history of the El Aksa Mosque,
and demanded that the entire
an i. which includes the Wailing
Wall, be closed to all but M -
S. Apparently he had "for-
gotten" the damage done to the
Mosque by a fire four years ago
while the area was under Jor-
danian rule, which his only re-
cently been repaire I. Nor did
he seem to realize that the first
fire-brigades to arrive were from
the Arab part of the city under
the command of Sami Mustak-
lem. East Jerusalem's Arab fire
chief. Mr. Mustaklem told the
news media thai he was also in
charge of the fire-fighting four
years ago, when things were
easier bee luse there were no
mobs interfering with the oper-
ations.
Israeli police had the descrip-
tion of a man seen fleeing the
scene of the -crime-, given them
by Arab guards of the Mosque,
and apprehended the suspect in
a few hours. But this did not
alter things as far as the Arabs
were concerned. Nasser immedi-
ately declared the burning of the
mosque proved that Israel must
not only be defeated but elimi-
nated from the Middle East, and
Arab rulers and preachers called
for "jihhad" (holy war) againsl
Israel "for this horrible Jewish
crime," which indicates the ir-
rational thinking of the Arabs.
Between You and Me:
By BORIS SMOLAR
No "Fourth Round" Expected This Year
RESPITE THE PROVOCATIONS by Jordan and
the occasional land and air "duels" with Egypt
at the Suez Canal, one reaches the conclusion from
visiting the front lines in Israel and talking with
generals in the field and government leaders such
as Premier Gclda Meir and Deputy Premier Yigal
Allon that the Arab rulers will not risk a war
against Israel this year. Although the Israeli armed
forces are prepared for the possibility, Israel will
not start a full-fledged war, and Nasser's Soviet
advisers as well as the Arab rulers are aware that
they have no chance to win a war with Israel now.
The Israeli intelligence apparatus prides itself
on knowing the exact strength of the Arab military
forcesthe number of warplancs i Egypt now has
more than she had at the outbreak of the Six-Day
War) the type, quality and quantity of other weap-
ons supplied to Arab countries by the Soviet Union
since the Six-Day War. as well as the role of Soviet
military instructors in the training of Egyptians I i
Soviet officer is now attached to every Egyptian
.tary unit fro:r twttalion size up.>
Israeli commf.rders are certain that Israel would
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Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
Is Yiddish Making A Comeback?
Haifa
IS YIDDISH making a comeback in
Israel? On the very day that an Is-
raeli theatrical critic was bemoaning the
death of the Yiddish theatre in his co,'-
umn. no les than six Yiddish shows were
playing to packed houses in Tel Aviv
alone. There arc more Yiddish books be-
ing published in Israel than in the US A.
and Israel's Union of Yiddish Authors has a membership
of about 130 writers. Histadruth publishes a rich literary
quarterly, "Die Goldene Kevt." and the Yiddishist hat a
popular and well-circulated daily paper, "Letzte Naies,"
at his disposal. He can twist the dials of his radio and
hear programs in Yiddish. He can also attend public lec-
tures and cultural presentations in Yiddish, but he had
better buy his tickets well in advance. Last year police
had to be called to restrain the crowds trying tc squeeze
into a large hall to hear Itzik Manger's poetry read.
On the scholarly level, there is a Chair in Yiddish
Literature at Hebrew University, and a Yiddish cultural
The days when Yiddish was considered a threat to
Hebrew have long since passed. No one any longer ques-
tions the supremacy of Hebrew. To the contrary, there is
a nostalgic ionging for the European jargon. The late
Lev! Eshkol frequently peppered his Hebrew addresses
w-.th Yiddish words and expressions, and the expression
of delight on the oldtimers' faces matched that of many
American Jews when a television comedian uses Yiddish
words.
center complete with auditorium, library and club room
l.....Met Hearing completion In Tel Aviv. Contributions
for th< construction of the three-story building were
ceived from many countries.
Tnere is no doubt that Yiddish has left its impact on
modern Hebrew r.s well. When a motorist on a rainy day
adjusts the "visherim" on his windshield, ot an employee
shows his wife the "loksh," showing his payroll deduc-
tions on payday, or when a braggart is rebuked for being
a "shvitzer." a few of the many Yiddish words which have
entered everyday Hebrew speech are being employed.
BOOK REVIEW By Seymour B. Liebmon
The Aspects Of French Jewry
THE THREE STUDIES which
comprise Aspects of French
Jewry were sponsored by the
American Jewish Committee. The
funds for the studies made by soci-
ologists Georges Benguigui. Josiane
Bijaoui-Rosenfeld and Georges Le-
vitte came from the Conference
on Jewish Material Claims Against
Germany, and its successor, the Memorial Founda-
tion for Jewish Culture. The book contains an intro-
ductory essay by Otto Klineberg, professor emeritus
of Columbia University who is now at the Sorbonne,
and a foreword by Zachariah Shuster.
Levitte's "A Cnanging Community" is an analy-
sis of changes that have taken place in French
Jewish life during the past two decades; "First
Year Jewish Students at the University of Paris" is
Benguigui's survey of youth attitudes and supplies
demographic statistics on the students and their
parents as well.
Bijaoui-Rosenfeld's "Some Aspects of the Inte-
gration of North African Jews" reveals that of the
approximately 500,000 Jews now in France, at least
one-half are of North African origin and arrived
after World War II. These people, far from being
homogeneous, came from the three countriesAl-
geria, Tunisia and Moroccowhich are jointly re-
ferred to as the Maghreb. Sine the northern part of
Morocco was formerly Spain's while the southern
portion belonged to France, Moroccan Jewry is
sherpiy divided into Spanish and French segments.
The common language for Jews of all three nations
Arabicis, however, still used by the emigrants
in France.
There exists a chasm between the Ashkenazim
and the Sephardim and between the old and the
new citizens of Francea situation somewhat anal-
ogous to what prevailed in the United States at the
beginning of this century, between well-established
members of "Our Crowd," mainly German Jews,
and the new arrivals from East Europe.
For the general reader, the study of the First
Year University Students will be most interesting.
The numerous similarities between the attitudes of
the French and Americans toward many matters of
religious observance is striking. The numerous tab-
ulations are easily readable and fully explained.
They show marked differences between the Ashke-
nazim and Sephardim in socio-political, religious
and family subjects.
ATI those concerned with the future of Jewry in
General and French Jewry in particular will enjoy
reading the brief hook which is published by Val-
ler.tine, Mitchell. The only word of caution that
must be added is that the study of the Jews from
the Maghreb must not be taken as definitive. The
author herself deprecates the validity of generaliza-
tions and conclusions that may be drawn.
win a "fourth round" and that
Nasser and his Soviet advisers
will think twice before attempting
a surprise attack on Israel so none is expected
this year.
No one in the Israel high command believes a
new war could be won by Israel in six days. Their
aim is to win. however, no matter how long it takes.
One thing has Ivcome clear through the Egyp-
tian air atlaeks in the Suez Canal area during the
last few weeks. While the Soviet-equipped Egyptian
Air Force is larger than ever, their pilots cannot be
compared to Israeli flyers. In the recent air duels.
Egypt lost some 40 Soviet MIGs. while Israel lost
only three planes, and two of them were to anti-
aircraft fire. Foreign military experts in Israel have
expressed the opinion that Russian-trained Egyptian
pilots do not compare with Israeli combat fliers,
who demonstrate greater initiative at critical mo-
ments, while Arab pilots "fly by the book" and arc
more easily confused. Israel's command of the sky
is atone a deterrent to full-scale war.
Israeli leaders believe that the country is now
more secure than ever because of its new borders.
With the Israeli army at the Suez Canal. Egyptian
planes would have to penetrate the Sinai defenses
t" leach Tel Aviv a 25-minute flight, not even the
best Egyptian pilot could undertake without coming
under heavj fire. Israel's strategic position has also
ch ng< wh re Jord in and Syria are concerned. The
Nraeiis be.ieve they can hold the present borders
until Arab ruler- are inclined to talk peace, and
thej are probably right.
.


Today's Thought: By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
Rabbi Harry Ettelson
QNE OF Tire greatest Jews of
our day is Rabbi Harry Et-
telson of Memphis, now retired and
living in Philadelphia. A bridge be-
Iw >en Europe, where he was bom,
and the United States, to which
he came in 1884, Dr. Ettelson is
ilso a bridge between traditional
and liberal Jews.
Among the many institutions which have felt the
impact ot this quiet, sensitive and eloquent spokes-
man for humanitarianism are Yale University, from
which be received his Ph.D.. and the Rotary Club of
Memphis, which made him an honorary member.
A mark of this rabbi's distinction is his way
with words. He is a |x>et, having produced miles of
verse for the Memphis Hebrew Watchman, one of
the finest Anglo-Jewish papers in the nation, as
well as for other publications.
One of Dr. Kttelsons countless literary achieve-
ments was the rendering of most of the Book of
Ecolesiastes ("vanity of vanities") into lilting
English verse.
Recently, the ever-creative rabbi tried his hand
1 versifying .he Hatikvah into English. He did
such a fine job that it is well to reproduce it here
simull ineously saluting a spiritual nobleman, re-
vered at Temple Israel in Memphis and all over the
nation. Dr. Ettelson's Hatikvah goes like this-
As long as deep within the inmost heart
There still resides a Jewish self that yearns,
Even so long our Hope will not dpart,
The Hope sustained for 2000 years.
The cherished Hope thai challenges yet cheer*,
I" ....r own land of Zion once again to be. free.
lea. In Jerusalem itself, nation proud and fre*.
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oasis, throujjh iho badlands
north of Jericho, and the lush,
green strip of farm country that
borders the Jordan from Beit
Shan up to the Lake of Galilee.
,KHWW*talBs I.iuke.U, "What
.have the Fatah done here?"
But instead of the fearful tales
i,l Aral) guerrilla exploits that
one hail been led to expect, the
answers added up. instead, to a
tale "f basic defeat. If you are
realistic about It, the Fatah have
hurt their own people more than
the Israelis.
On the Jordan River's other
bank is the richest land in all of
Jordan, irrigated by the Ghor
Canal. First the Fatah used the
farmi rs' villages for bases, shell-
ing the Israeli side. The Israeli
farmers defied the shells. But
the Israeli counterfire caused
the Jordanian villagers to flee,
bo Hone live there now. and the
farmers only come to till their
fii Ids by day.
Th< n after due warning that
ibis was the pi ice of continu l
firing on the Israeli farm settle-
ments the Ghor Canal its< II was
r.-oki':\ and iiqw the Arab farm-
i rs' c i,is are droniiini; and with-
ering in the sun-baked fields.
All along the border, of course,
whether in the badlands or the
s, the Fatah men and
v ab guerrillas still creep
he rivi r by night, ;;r>i:iK
indred yards beyond the
lay their mines or to
,it this post or that settle-
I nt.
: much," said trig. Dan Laner, "we cannot really
hope in stop, But we can give
them two for one. if they try to
hit our settlements, and we can
make it suicidal for any Fatah
party to venture far beyond the
bord( r."
This last point was the chief
surprise. Yet here in Tiberias,
far south In Jericho, and midway
at Giftlik, the story was the
same. Almost without exception,
the Fatah parties ordr-fed 'to
penetrate deep into Israel are
now caught by the border pa-
trols, who operate like Indian
trackers. The hazards have be-
come so great that the Fatah
leaders send in no more than
two or three such parties every
month.
In the hills above the army
p -' at Giftlik, a live-man Fatah
party carrying many arms and
540 kilograms ol TNT had just
been caught at a little spring
while they wire seeking water.
"But." said the giant Col. Shlo-
i. > "we like < ven better to
catch them coming out than go-
i ir In. That way, we catch their
local terrorist friends as well,
lik the Ramallah ring of 100 or
so that was rounded up the
other day."
Such, then, are the practical
realities, to be measured against
the inflated claims of Yasser el
Arafat ami the otin r Fatah lead-
ers. There are ether things to
say about this strange front ic r.
-North of the Lake of Galili e,
for instance, the Israelis arc
boldly building a ski resort on
the snowy top of Mount Her-
mon, anrl1 rWy are just as
boldly bringing water to irrigate
new farmlands on their newly-
conquercd territory above the
Golan Heights.
But the essence of the situa-
tion lies in Gen. Laner's answer
when he was asked. "How long
can it go on like this?" Unhesi-
tatingly, he replied, "Forever, as
long as it's like this." In short,
the question is not whether the
Israelis can indefinitely with-
stand the pn si nt state1 of siege.
The real question is. rather.
whether the Fatah or the Aral)
armies will use the jr artillery em
the h much more brutal manner, thus
provoking Israeli retaliation e,l a
much more dangerous kind.
Rabbi Kabakoff At Temple Zion For Holy Days
Rabbi Jacob Kabakoff, who Is I
. known for his contributions to
Jewish literature, will be joining
I'e mple /.ion for the High Holj
Di vs.
Rabbi Alfred Waxman, Temple
Zion's sipirtual leader, has an-
I nounced tli.it Rabbi Kabakoff. who
earned both his rabbinical and
toral degrees at the Jewish Theo-
logical Seminary of America ind
.s presently Professor of Hebrew
Literature at the University of the
City eif New York, will help to I d
the Temple Zion Congregation .n
prayer.
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Miami. Florida Friday, September 5. 1969
Section B
Commandos Strike Deep Into Egypt
TEL AVIV (JTAI Israeli
commandos penetrated deep in-
to Egyi t this week and battered
an Egyptian Army headguartcrs
base with powerful short range
weapons. All ot the commandos
returned safely to their bases,
a military spokesman reported.
The target was the regional
hi adquarters in Manqabad, 200
miles south of Cairo on the Nile
River and about the same dis-
tance from the Aswan High
Dam. The base is near Asyut,
the Nile Valley birthplace of
Egypt's President Gamal Abdel
Nasser.
Israeli sources gave no indica-
tion oi how the commandos
reached their target or how
many were Involved. It is pre-
sumed trat they were ferried by
helicopters which also carried
120 mm. heavy mortars used to
shell th< Egyptian base. The tar-
get is 145 miles from the nearest
possible take-off point on the
Israel-occupied Sinai peninsula.
An Israeli spokesman said the
raid was in retaliation for con-
tinuous violations by Egypt of
the June. 1967 cease-fire agree-
ments. There were 126 incidents
of Egyptian sniping and artil-
Registration At T j
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Earlyl ird registration for th
Fall program at the YM-YWKA of
Greater Miami, 8500 SW 8th St..
Will be held Sunday from 1 to 5
p.m. Efraim H. Gale, executive di-
rector, has announced.
One of the new concepts being |
introduced is the "School o' th" j
Arts," a program including in-j
Btruction in drawing, painting.!
creative arts and crafts, scu'.pturo
ballet, modern dance, dramat'csl
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Among the specific programs of-
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creative theater for teers. youth
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Information regarding any as-
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for tin coming season, which wi'l
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to anyone interested In the agen-
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leiy fire across the Suez Canal
last week. Eleven Israeli soldiers
were killed in the canal zone in
less than two weeks.
Israeli soirees said the attack-
ers who struck at 11:15 p.m.
local time achieved complete
surprise despite the fact that the
headquarters base and nearby
army camp were brightly light-
ed by flames. The Egyptians
fired wildly in all directions and
a.ky.. opened fire with anti-air-
craft guns, presumably believ-
ing that they were under air at-
tack. (Cairo claimed that a sing-
le Israeli aircraft had attempt-
ed to bomb the Manqabad base
but was driven off and dropped
its bombs harmlessly. No men-
tion was made of a commando
raid.)
The attack was the first com-
mando raid into Egypt since last
month's foray against anti-air-
craft batteries on Green Island
in the Gulf of Suez. Last Sept-
ember and last April, Israeli
units raided bridges and electric
power stations in the Nile
Valley.
Observers here said last night's
attack was intended as a furth-
er demonstration of Israel's abili-
ty to hit targets deep inside
Egypt at will. They said the
demonstration was considered
necessary in light of Egyptian
Incitement of a Moslem holy war
against Israel for the burning
of the El Akla mosque in Jeru-
sa'< m ;i week ago. It was also
pies imably a warning to the
Arab L. ague foreign ministers
who held an emergency session
i.i Cairo to plan an Arab states
war conference.
The Israelis are believed to
have used a locally manufactur-
ed mortar in the attack the
"Sultam" which is lighter than
other mortars cf its calibre but
fires a more powerful shell than
the mortars used by U.S. and
Communist forces in Vietnam.
Israeli jets attacked a Jor-
danian position near the Damlya
bridge following a mortar at-
tack on an Israeli patrol this
morning in which one Israeli
soldier was fatally wounded. All
the planes returned safely to
their bases, a military spokes-
man sai I.
Two Israeli soldiers were
wounded during an Egyptian
mortar and automatic weapons
attack in the southern section
of the Suez Canal zine. Sporadic
shelling from the Egyptian side
was reported during the day.
Five Arab saboteurs who had
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factory, a railway line and a
po.'ice station in Nablus and
Kalkilya on the West Bank,
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zines for each, 30 hand gren-
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devices.
A civilian was injured when
an explosive went off underneath
a small bridge in Western Galilee
just as a civilian car was cross-
ing it. The bridge is on the Id-
mith-Yarra road.
Israeli forces silenced gurrilla
positions with heavy fire after
an Israeli patrol was attacked in
the southern Beisen Valley near
Kfar Ruppin. The attackers used
bazookas and automatic wea-
pons.
At its 74th annual national convention in Los Angeles, Calif.,
the Jewish War Veterans of the U.S.A. elected Bernard B.
Direnfeld of Cleveland, Ohio, a practicing attorney who
has been serving as its national judge advocate, to succeed
Charles Feuereisen of Oradell, N.J. in the organization's top
post of national commander. Robert I. Lainof of Alexandria.
Vc, another attorney, succeeds Mr. Direnfeld in the post of
national judge advocate.
Musicians Club To Honor 'Uncle' Herman Binder
The Musician's Club of America,
303 Minorca Ave., 0>ral Gables.
will he!p "Uncle" Herman Binder
celebrate his 89th birthday at a
'Gay '90s'" birthday party at 8 p.m.
Wednesday.
Program chairman Mrs. Edwin
R. Graham, the former Mrs. Al-
l>ert Pick, has a-ranged the eve-
ning with the assistance of former
St. Louis residents Peggy and
Dwigbt Jack. Mr. Jack has sung
in many operas and musicals; his
wife is the former hostess of a
daily interview show.
Also schduled to participate in
the entertainment are Dorothy
Ziegler. ot the university of Miami
faculty, Judy Kaminsky and Can-
tor Bornstein.
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Friday, September 5, 1969
Menorah Youth Protest In Temple
Temple Menorah will in- the against Nemo discrimination and,
scene of a youth protest at the' campus disorders. WhUe we agree
i-noMtional Sllchos services at mid-j with these causes, we are stunned I
lighi Saturday, when high school!by the utter silence of the adult
students will domonstrat e against .world, both Christians and Jews,;
'the silence of the adult world in; to the daily bloodshed of innocent;
he face of the killing Of innocent women and children by Aral) ter-
-. iell .-i\-ilivns by Aral) terrolist
Hundreds of teenagers will eon-
erge on Temple Menorah and
II march to the pulpil where thej
will express Indignation at the
pathy of Jewish youth and tlv
lori-ts in Israel. We are concerned
youthwhat happens in Israel af-
fects us directly, and we think the
majority of Jewish youth share
our feelings. That is why we call
upon them to join us at midnight
painv 01 ." 1*11 juviiu <' > w-~- .1
"hvpocris) Of the pseudo-intellee- j so that we can dramatically and
tual community" to the problems vivid'y demonstrate our sense of
>i survival facing Israel. They will protest."
weal blue arm bands, carry pro-
Rabbi Mayer A lira mo wit/., the
spiritual leader of Temple Menu- I
rah will allow the demonstration [
to take place while ho conducts the j
I traditional Slichos services because
Ralph Bchmotras, president of,"the feelings of the young; people
-he U.S.Y., called upon the Jewish j are genuine and because rather
-, -I posters, stag their protest sons
in the accompaniment of guitars
ind circulate their protest resolu-
ion.
- outh to join in protest against
itrocities in Israel, declaring, "On
TV. radio and in newspapers we
iear and set protest demonstra-
tions against the war in Viet Nam.
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than being a disturbance of a tra-
dltional service, their demonstra-
tion and their protest is motivated
by high ideals of youth."
The rabbi indicated that he wiH
relinquish the pulpit to them any
time they choose to stage their
"sit-in." The only restraint he put
on them was that they were to be
properly attired. The young people
had wanted to stage their demon-
stration in jeans and leather jack-
ets. After a lengthy debate, the
young people acceded to the rab-
bi's request, insisting only upon a
distinctive blue arm band being
worn by the participants in the
protest.
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stead A KB has announced
thai through the cooperation
of th- commanding officers
arid the Chief of Chaplains,
all Jewish personnel not on
alert will be given leave in
order to attend High Holy
Day services with their own
families or as guests of Jew-
ish families in the Greater
Miami area.
Seat reservations are be-
ing made available to all men
in uniform and their families
by the Greater Miami Rab-
binical Association.
A special High Holy Days
service will Ik- held in the
base's new chapel on Thurs-
day night preceding Rosh
Hashanah with the coop ra-
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David Marcus Post. JWV,
and Mrs. Bess Glasser. chair-
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Mrs. Zelda Thau Woman Of Valor
Mrs. Zelda K. Thau, president
of the more-than-li.OOO-niember
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah,
h;iN been chosen for the Woman
of Valor Award, the highest honor
which the State of Israel can be*
StOvV on a woman, James ^t Al-
MRS. ZELDA K. 1HAU
Consecration At
Beth Sholom
Jack M. Fink, president, and
ither officers and director of
Temple Heth Sholom. 4144 Chi.se
e., Miami Deach, will be hon-
ored during the annual consecra-
tion service at 8:15 p.m. Friday.
Dr. I assisted by Rabbi Jerrold Levy,
Cantor David Conviser and the
Beth Sholom Choir. Dr. Kronish--.
topic will be "Come Let Us Rea-
- in Together," a ussi in of thi
itical importanci of Jewish lay
. rs .n i ongi i it onal life.
Mr. Fink is i his
md term as | re< di nt if the
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luncheon, In the Gmnd Ballroom
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Tuesday, Oct. 7. More than 2.000
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Jan and Lillian Barl will present
their special rendition of "Milk
and Honey," with which they hav<
achieved worldwide renown.
Mrs. Thau, who last year was
named Woman of the Year by tin
American Friends of Hebrew Uni-
versity, has served th? Federation
of Jewish Women of Greater Mi-
ami as i's s. and w is the
chairm in of its nsta ition lunch-
eon last : has also b< n
., in th< id ship of thi
nited Fun. ''' -'
I ai 'i Ti I nan i-E Sis-
terhood. SI --- n tl
of lircctoi s ol o
zations, Includii
; -.'.: C
mittee and th. .' ixil i y
Home for the Aged. A charter lifo,
j member of the National Council of I
Jewish Women, she has been the
recipient of the United Fund's
Community Service Award and re-
ceived a citation from former Mi-
i ami Beach Mayor Elliott Roo.se-
i velt in recognition of her work a.s
1 \ ice president of the American
. Association of the United Nations.
Selichot Reception Set At Beth David
Mrs. Thau and her late husband.
Philip Thau, became permanent
residents of Miami Beach in 1957.
A special reception will be given In :i short program beginning ^
Saturday evening in Spfctor Hill. 10:30 p.m., these dcpartmcnl heads
of Beth David Congregation, 2625 and their wives will be formally
SW 3rd Ave., for the new cduca-: Introduced to the congregation. A
tional director, Morris Tarasow, I social will follow until midnight,
who assumed his duties last month
and Sydney D. Kronish. the new
executive director who joined Beth
David's professional staff a few
month* ago.
when the Selichot services will '
held in the Sanctuary.
Chairman of the program
congregation president Seymoi
Friend.
The Jews -
massacred in 1391, 1449 and 146?
before thej were expelled by the
Inquisition in 14f3. Its Jewish
community, which dated >;< u t.i
Komitn times and whose rights ,
were guaranteed b> the < hristian
conqneroi of Spain In 1085, i> now
almost extinct, although several
ancient synagogues -nil stund.
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CONVALESCENT HOME
3EST WISHES TO ALL FOR A
VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
High Holy Day Services Will be Conducted fsr
Rosh Hashonah and Yom Kippur in our new Synagogue
>R. ALVIN STERN '
Director *
MPS. BETTY STERN
Administrator
UNDER SUPERVISION OP RABBI MAX LIPSCHITZ
BETH TORAH CONSRESaTION
Strictly Kosher Separate Kitchens
INTERCOM. CONNECTING RESIDENTS
WITH 24 HR. NURSES ALL UN.TS
FULLY'AIR CONDITIONED AND HEATED
16650 W, DIXIE HWY., NORTH MIAMI BSA.Cr,
945-7447
FULLY APPROVED FOR MEDICARE
fclC\Li SEPARATE MEDICARE
nCW AND GERIATRIC ftiNOS
Room Rates $400 per Month. Semi-Priyate
.
162 w MIAMI KACM
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DO YOU WANT YOUR CHILD
...TO REMAIN A JEW? ^^f
Dear Jewish Parent:
Do you want your child to b*> proud of his Jewish heritage? Do you uwif to pro-
vide your child with meaningful Jewish experiences? Do you your child to feel
that his Jewishness gives meaning to the realities of his daUy life? Do you want youi hild
to gain k zeal for social justice, human freedom and peace thru Jewish talu.es?
Then, register your child today in a Jewish school of your choice. Then U a Jewish
school in your neighborhood where your child will b< me. First session*
on September 2nd, For full details'phone or write the Bureau o/ / tion, a
member of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation. 910 Lincoln Road, '.' ':'.
'phone 531-0403.
Sincerely
Leonard Zilbert, Pi*esiden1
Louis Sfhvvarr/nnrt. Executive D tor
Tha CMrintl MAww High Sdwol f Ivnaa JewWi Uocatim will om far first mkSmi m Mm > '- fliri Ion on
ll.rooyhou? Dado ml KrOWOni CoWrtitS. Bogistrotilin i grwhKltn ; congregoticnel NsblWi .: -u: *OV i*..--


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Friday, September 5, 1969
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Israeli artisans. A
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From left: Tree
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Collar with crysophase
stone, 75.00
matching earrings, 13.00.
Three-tier pendant,
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HOLIDAYS
Bring the sweet taste of
Barton's chocolate to your
holiday season. Keep
some for entertaining, or
to give as gifts. Shofar
Assortment, 13 oz. box of
miniature chocolates,
2.75. New Year Bartonet-
tes, 1 lb. box of miniature
chocolates, 2.75. Nut and
honey cakes, box of 15
miniatures, 2.35. Child-
den's Shofar Package,
1.25. Carmel wine from
Israel, 4/5 qt. bottle,
1.50
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*Jew fofl Ikridftor
Friday, September 5, 196g
President's Council members attending ceremonies in Octo-
ber commemorating the 10th anniversary of the Brandeis
University Goldlarb Library, Charles Adler, Mrs. Arthur
Jurkowit.-., an alumna, and Mrs. Sidney Schwartz were ap-
pointed by the president of the university for their service to
the cause of higher education and in recognition of their
role in the development of Brandeis.
Dorothy K Fin** Memorial Tribute
A Dorothy Krleger Fink memo- Appointed public housing direc-
rial tribute will be held by the, tor in 1950. Mrs. Kink was one of
Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah I the first women to receive such
in the Rubiyat Room of the Algiers an appointment. She also served
Hotel at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 1.1 on the executive board of the
Menorah To Hold
Overflow Services
R bl B> i-dii Sherwin, a senior
honor student at the Jewish Theo-
,: Si minary "' America, h is
. i pssistant rabbi at
Temi le Menorah forthe HighHoly
Days, Le inard R sen, president,
has announced.
r ,bbl Sherwin, b candidate I n
B Ph.D. degree in philosophj from
New York L'nivcrsHy who has b?en
been the r. ipient of several aca-
,;,.,,. A is while pursuing his
studies at the Theological Semi-
nary, will officiate at the temples
overflow services, which will be-
held In th 3 il Hall, where the
associate members and the teen
agerswil ship during the High
K)l\ Days. He will be assisted i
Cantor Abraham Reiseman, for-
merlj of Harrisburg. Pa., who has
served as a cantor for more than
two decades.
Rabbi Sherwin and Rabbi M iyer
te MenoralYs >n run.....s, It
; will ilte : it iounc d
'
Mrs. Philip F. Thau, president.
has announced.
A long time community and civic
leader, Mrs. Fink, who passed|
v i; Vug. i>. was the recipient of,
rhe 10*56 Slate of Israel Freedom '
Med lion. A board nv afyer of the '
Hob' w University and Technion,
v < !i mored by B inds for
! I '-. been nomin terl for the
>,(! i \ untj W im in of Ihe Year
: i.
A Zionist le ider. M 'S, F '';
... hi d il the !" iri 11 7. onist
.. ,. ,, ( irnriil helpii '."
'ouii h SI tc of Isi i-I. and .. as
i e cutive dii cctor of the
Florid i Vnti-D Leu uc In
wards servin; as it-; ex-
. cuti seer I irj. Hip w ns a mpm-
of me V riomil Sneakers' Bu-
eau o l iss ih one of rut
un the Hanna Senesch
S roup.
Harmony Unit Luncheon
A card parly and luncheon will
he l id at noon Sunday in the
Four Freedoms Recreation Roam
i 3800 Collins Aw.. Miami Beach,
,y Harmony Chapter, B'nai B'rith
Women. Mi*. Jack Cohen is chair-
man for the day.
Friends of the Miami Public Li-
brary, the Music and Fine Arts
Board of Miami Beach, Channel 2's
program committee and League
of Women Voters.
All Hadassah members and the
friends of Dorothy Krieger Fink
are invited to attend.
Mrs. Davidson At
Shaare Zedek
A recent guest ol Jerusalem's
Shaare Zedek Hospital was Mrs.
David Davidson of Miami Beach
and New York City, who an-
nounced that the research depart-
ment in the new building now
under construction will be named
the "David and Rhea Davidson
Pavillion." in memory of her late
husband.
Mrs. Davidson, who was greeted
at the hospital by its director-
general, Prof. David Maeir. and
Israel's first registered inns,.
"Schwester" Selma Meyer, ex-
' pressed her great admiration for
the fortitude and courage of the
hospital's staff under such haz-
ardous conditions and spoke of the
vital contribution Shaare Zedek is
making to Jerusalem.
Women's League Meets
Mrs. Arthur J. Brown, president
of the Florida Branch of National
Women's League, was to greet her
activity chairman Thursday at a
brunch hosted by the Sisterhood of
Beth Moshe Congregation in Popiel
Social Hall 13630 \V. Dixie llwy.,
BALLET ARTS _
ANNOUNCES ITS WINTER SEASON
UNDER THE
DIRECTION OF
ALFA LBEPA
Born in Lithuania. Trained with
Lithuanian Opera Ballet Company in
Russian technique,
Danced: Germany (Kassell Opera
Company) Austria, France,
i United States (Agnes DeMille
' Company) Kansas City Sum-
mer Theater) Canada (Royal
Winnipeg Ballet Company)
South America (Janine Char-
ot Company of France). Var
ious concert tours and teleYi*
sion.
Classes; Beginners to professionals
Children to adylt*
REGISTRATION NOW OPEK
CLASSES NOW IN SESSION

404 N.E. 125th St.
' Hioni 759-1911
1 # 1 TEMPLE BETH T0V
(Conservative)
6438 S.W. 8th Street
REGISTRATION FOR HEBREW
SUNDAY SCHOOL
untVr supervision of
KABBI SIMON APKIL
Sundays Evenings
9-12 7-9
Membership Inquiries Invited
.6/-9411 661-7975
THE UNITED SYNAGOGUE OF AMERICA
SOt Tit I roiflfM COMJNCiL
Coral Gables, Florida
446-6453
HIGH H01Y DAY SERVICES
Will Be Held of
TIIK MINYONAIRES
3737 Bird Road, Miami
with the famous
2355 Salzedo Street
Rabbi Allen Rutchilc, Director Dr. Harold C. Rivlcind, Regional President
EXTENDS TO ALL OF ITS FRIENDS A MOST HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR AND INVITES YOU TO AFFILIATE WiTH,
AND TO WORSHIP IN, ONE OF ITS CONSERVATIVE SYNAGOGUES IN THE GREATER MIAMI AREA.
BETH TORAH CONGREGATION
105t Interim* Blvd., No. Mi.mi Beach 947-7528
DR. MAX A. UPSCHITZ HAZZAN JACOB J. RENZER
MR. MILTON HORNSTEIN. President
CANTOR MAX SACKS
All. TICKETS $10
For Reservations call:
BEN DIAMOND 448-0618
JOE PALGON 444.3435
SAM BASKOW 443-3693
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
2625 S.W. 3rd Avenue, Miami 371-4795 371-1882
RABBI SOI IANDAU CANTOR WM M. LIPSON
MR. SEYMOUR FRIEND, President
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
1701 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach JE 1-2503
OR. IRVING IEHRMAN CANTOR ZVI ADIER
MR. JOSEPH COHEN, President
TEMPLE MENORAH
TEMPLE NER TAMID
7902 Carlyle Ave.. Miami Beach 864-8345
OR. EUGENE IABOVITZ CANTOR EDWARD KIEIN
MR. HERMAN I. SHAW, President
Dickens Avenue at 75th Street, Miami Beach S66-0221
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOWITZ CANTOR NICO FEIDMAN
MR. IEONAR0 ROSEN, President
CONGREGATION B'NAI RAPHAEL
TEMPLE OF. OLOM
B755 S.W. 16th St.. Miami 221-9131
RABBI RALPH GLIXMAN CANTOR BENJAMIN BEN ARI
MR. JACK LUBIN, President
TEMPLE ZAMORA
44 Znmorct Avenue, Coral Gables HI 8-7132
RABBI MAXWELL BERGER CANTOR RICHARD BROWDY
MR. LOUIS ALIVEISS. President
1401 N.W. 183rd St., Miami
RABBI CHARLES M. RUBEI CANTOR JACK LERNER
MR MILTON GLEICHER, President
624-2621
TEMPLE SINAI JEW,SM community
" C 3I*+* CENTER OF HOLLYWOOD
1201 Johnson St., Hollywood WA 3.1577. 949-4012
RABBI DAVID SHAPIRO CANTOR YEHUOAH HEILBRAUN
MR. NORMAN PLATT, President
TEMPLE BETH SHALOM
4601 Arthur St., Hollywood 9814112 9494)501
RABBI MORTON MALAVSKY CANTOR IRVING GOLD
MR. JACK SHAPIRO. President
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL, ^SSSS
547 E. Oakland Park Blvd., Ft. lauderdaU 565-6689
RABBI SHELDON EDWAROS CANTOR MAURICE NEU
DR. SYLVAN GOLDIN, President


Friday, September 5, 1969
t'JeHist) fkrictiari
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Journalism Honors To Local Students
Two Miami Beach Hif;h School
seniors won first place honors at
this year's annual summer High
School Institute for Journalism.
held at Northwestern University.
Steven Meyers, the son of Mr.
and Bjjrs. Norman Meyers, 7528
Adventure Ave,. won first prize in
the Contemporary Thought eate-
i gory for writing a series .)f 1 000-
word critical essays dealing specif-
' ically with the inter-relationship
of personal problems and society.
| I-'iist prize in the Creative Writ-
ing category wenl to Mitchell
I Glazer, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Glazer, 400 N. Hibiscus
Island, for the strikingly powerful
imagery used in his original prose.
The High School Institute this
summer was attended by 112 ol
i he best editors, reporter, editorial
H liters and feature writers in 40
States. Tile entire program was
under the direction of Ray Nelson,
of the Mcdill School of Journalism.
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
Announces that for the thirteenth consecutive year
rvices
Will We Hold In The Miami Beach Auditorium
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN WILL OFFICIATE
CANTOR ZVI ADLER WILL CHANT
Assisted by The Temple Choir
SPECIAL SERVICES FOR TEENAGERS
Will Be Held in the Main Temple Sanctuary
CHILDREN AND PRESCHOOL SERVICES
Will Be Held in the adjacent School Auditorium
II IIIOI A\ WAY SIIIOOI
ALL DEPARTMENTS OF RELIGIOUS SCHOOL
AND NURSERY SCHOOL
NOW ACCEPTING REGISTRATIONS FOR FALL TERM
Temple Number 538-2503 School Office 865-0216
>M 14 lEOS SERVICE
This Saturday Night, September 6th, ?2 Midnight
ii
Aif*VVVVV'^MV>rVVVVVVVVSNN%V\N'S*rNAr^i*i'S^^^^r^
THE UNION OF AMERICAN HEBREW CONGREGATIONS
519 Daile Federal Building, Miami, Florida
RABBI ROBERT P. FRAZIN, Director
PHONE 379-4553
Cordially Ir.vifes You To Join One Of Its Affiliated
ReFoim Or Libc a! Temples In The Greater Miami Area NOW
Rcsh Hashanah Begins Friday Evening, September 12th
Jenipte J_jcth aMtn
59i0 S.W. 88 St., (N. Kondall Drive)
South Miami, Florida
THE SUBURBAN REFORM CONGREGATION
Cordially Invites You to Join Its Congregational
Family. Religions School, Hebrew Scuool.
Nits'i'v School. Adult Erl .ration. Vulith Group.
HERBERT M. BAUMGAHD, DHL. Senior Rabbi
ARTHUR Z. STEINBERG, Rabbi
MICHAEL KYRR, Cantor
Adjacent to Coral Gabl's and Kendall
Phone: 666-2536
TEMPLE JUDEA
55G0 Granada Boulevard, Coral Gohles
Serving Coral Gablrs and South Dado
RABBI MORRIS A. KIPPER
SIDNEY W. LANCER. President
RELIGIOUS SCHOOL YOUTH GROUP
ADULT EDUCATION
For affiliation and information, phone 667-5657
TEMPLE BETH SHQL0M
4144 Chase Avenue, Miami Beach
PR IE0N KRONiSH, RABBI
DAVID C0NVISER, CANTOR
JERROLD LEVY, Assistunt Rabbi
(Nursery School through Confirmation)
Religious School Registration Now in Progress
Coll the Temple Office 538-7231
for Infm il '"ii ii i:i.i.-
The Beth Sholom Fair Share Family Plan
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI
137 N. E. lth Strt
Ben iiiK all nf Dad*. County fur 48 years.
DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT, Rabbi
MORRIS W. GRAFF, Asit. Rabbi
STEVEN B JACOBS, Asst. Rabbi
JACOB G. BORNSTEIN, Cantor
Services every FrWav evening at 1:15 'clock
Mid-Week Hebrew Classes: North Miamiat
John F. Kennedy Junior Hiah.
South Miami at West Lab School
For Temple Affiliation and Religious School Information
Call 37M7S7
TEMPLE SINAI OF NORTH DADE
RALPH P. KINGSLEY, RABBI
Proudly Announces High Holy Day and
Sabbath Services IN ITS NEW SANCTUARY
18801 N.E. 22nd Avenue, North Miami Beach
For Information about membership and
Religious School
Call *49 342
HEBREW ACADEMY
of GREATER MIAMI
Will Hold
HIGH HOLY DAY SERVICES
In its AIR CONDITIONED Auditorium
At 2400 Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach
RABBI ALEXANDER S. GROSS
and MURRAY BERKOWITZ
will officiate
Seats are Available in the Academy Office
from 9 A.M. to 5 P.M.
Phone: 532-6421
DR. MAXWELL BERGER, RABBI
REV. RICHARD BR0WDY, CANTOR
Conservative
TEMPLE ZAMORA
"THE FRIENDLIEST SYNAGOGUE IN TOWN"
44 ZAMORA, CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA
Proudly announces that it is accepting applications for mem-
bership Hebrew School registration now open. T rti
porfation is available. Reservation? foi High Holy Day;
taken now. Daily Minyan mornings and ev?ningr. .
Adult classes for various courses S^sleihood, Men';
C'ub Boy Scou's Supervisee! Activities for all ag-"
levels. For fu.!h?r r'-.:,-.'.; rcio in to .he offk-.
Zamora Avenue, Coral Gables, or c.ill 448713?.
SELICHOS SERViCfS MIDNIGHT, SATURDAY SEPTE.VUCR 6t i
PRECEDED BY A SOCIAL HOUR, STARTING AT 10 P.M.
EVERYONE IS INVITED AND WELCOME.
TEMPLE TIFERETH ISRAEL
6-00 NORTH MiAVil AVE'.
CONSt" f; vATiVE
Sept. 6
ROSH HASHANAH SEPT. 13 and 14fh
YOM KIPPUR SEPT. 21 and 22nd
RALPH CARMI, RABBI LEON SEGAL, CANTOR
Bar
MEMBERSHIP INVITED
TEMPLE W:.M3EPSKiP '.< CLUDES HIGH HOLY D4V TICKETS AND
HEBREW AND SUNDAY SCHOOL TUITION.
FOR SEAT RESERVATIONS CALL DAILY,
TEMPLf OFFICE PI 1-6791 cr PL 7-1B3 I
SfATS AVAILARU FOR JHc HIGH H0IY DAYS
>>Ari/TAr.ivi............*~u**~*^*4*+a*+++*+++++++~+^^
TEMPLE ZION
8000 Miller Road
"The largest Conservative Temple in the Southwest"
SERVICES BOTH DAYS OF
ROSH HASHONAH
AND YOM KIPPUR
Conducted by Rabbi Alfred Waxman and Cantor
Hebrew School Sunday School Kindergarten
Confirmation Class Choir
Active Sisterhood, Mr. and Mrs. Club and U.S.Y.
OPEN HOUSE EVERY SUNDAY MORNING FROM 10 TO 12 FOR
PROSPECTIVE MEMSERS AND THOSE DESIRING TO OBTAIN
TICKETS FOR THE HIGH HOLIDAYS.
Phone:271-2311


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MRS. MICHAEL B. CORDON
Tishgart-Coverman
Esta Minna Covcrmnn became
the bride of Charles Tishgart in an
H:15 p.m. candlelight cormony at
\ Beth David Synagogue Saturday.
; Rabbi Sol Landau officiated at the
j rites which were followed by n rp-
c ption nnd dinner al the syna-
gogue.
Now working towards :-"' M
ter's de rree al lh University of
Miami in the Nati mal Ti ich r
(...; thi '' '. whog'
e Mr and Mrs. Hvman
!). c mn 9231 SW 66th St.,
is a graduate of Miami Senio-
High Seh ol and Florid i Si ite
Univcrsitv, where -.!! mai ire i in
International Affairs. A m m'.ier
of Alpha Omicron Pi sorority, she
spent a year in Florence. Italy as
a participant in the study abi i I
program in conjunction with her
univcrsitv studios.
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MRS. BOBftT P. GIRONBMUS
GeronemuS'Fox
Diann Mac Fox became the
bride of Robert Perry Geronemus
at the Diplomat Country Club
Sunday. Aug. 24. Officiating at the
6 p.m. double-ring ceremony were
Rabbi Morton Malavsky and Rab-
bi David Shapiro.
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Herbert Fox of 3601 Monroe St..
Hollywood, the bride graduated
with highest honors from Broward
High School and Michigan State
Honors College. A member of Phi
Kappa Phi and Alpha Lambda
Delta, scholastic honorarics and
Phi Alpha social work honorary, j
she has been awarded a fellowship
for graduate work at the Univer-
sity of Illinois School of Social
Work.
The bridegroom, the son of Dr.
and Mrs. Clement Geronemus. 711
Washington St.. Hollywood and
Ardsley, N.Y., was valedictorian of
his South Broward High School
: iating class. A physics major
a Cornell University, where he was
a m mber of Phi Sigma Epsilon
social fraternity and received a
varsity lettei as a member of the
am, gain< d distinction in
; and did indi;
which h< graduated
la Hi has been awarded
a tei ssista hip in ph;
V.; Universit; ol Mil ois w
he will study for his doct i
: stal hysics.
: osi n by th<
; r wed i i c
id Ch
tillj i bodice, ] oint-
to-har.d s I high c
Blake Gray son
Dorecn Grayson and Ronald
Wayne Blake were united in mar-
riage Sunday. Aug. 31, in an Al-
giers Hotel ceremony performed
by Rabbi Ralph Kingslev. A re-
ception for the couple followed at
the hotel.
A student at the University of
Florida where she is majoring in
art. the bride, a charter member
of Phi Sigma Sigma sorority, is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mel
Grayson. 165 NE 130th St., North
Miami.
The bridegroom, whose parents
were accented with lace and the
slim A-line skirt was deeply bor-
dered at the hemline with lace.
Her chapel-length detachable train
was edged in matching lace and
held by a tailored bow. A pillbox
hodpicce of lace studded with.
s, id pearls held a shoulder-length
veil of silk illusion and she carried ,
an orchid and stephanotis cascade.
Mrs. Gary Steinberg servi d as
matron c.f honor; bride's matron
was Mrs. Yehuda Azulay and the
bridesmaids were Carolyn Collins,
thi I ride's cousin. Lillian Fox. and
Lyn< Geronemus. a cousin of the
gi, ,n:: junior I i id< smaid was an-
i iu in ..i the bi ide, Robin
;. zin,
j all served as the best
ma .: ushi rs includi d th | roo
vid Geronemus, his
;. i; -ronemus, .Man
; | phen Gil kmai and Har-
i y s iwarl ill gbei rer was h
sin. Bi adl y Kozin.
L'ibana, 111., will b th ir h< mi
. s. G row mm
i '. neymoon b ip to
Mi I thi '' al in
arc Mr. and Mrs. Q. F. Blake of
Fort Lauderdale, graduated from !
the University of Florida and is I
presently teaching.
The bride's sister. Susana Blake.!
was matron of honor; Beveiy|
Goodman Elaine Pranikoff. Bar-
bara Kronborg and Phyllis Elkind |
were bridesmaids.
Dean Grimsley served as best
man; the groom's brothers. Doug
Blake, Lee Blake and Fred Blake,
and Tim O'Connell ushered.
After a wedding trip, the newly-
weds will live in Gainesville.
Gordon -Colin
Yvonne Cohn and Michael Bruce
Gordon were married Saturday,
Aue. 23. at Temple Jtidea. Coral
Gables. Rabbi Morris Kipper offi- \
dated at the ceremonies which i
were followed hv a reception and !
dinner \\ the David William Hotel.
The bride, the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Werner Cohn, 6101 M ly-
nad i St Coral Gabl< s. is a grad-
uate of Coral Gables Senior Hi h
Sch : the Florida Colli ge of
Medical Technology.
Her husband, the son of Mrs.
. Go Ion of D iluth, M i n
luated from Du'.tith H h
Sch. 1 :.:>' th- Vv\ .;: Ol Mil
nesota.
R ith Cohn serve I h r 1st
m id I hoi r: E litl C->hi >th-
sisti r, brid '''
Cohn servi his
b. -i he- was J
After
. :: I '' Gi i "
Her husband, the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Tisheart o" Wyncote.
Pa., graduated from Philadelphia's
Central Hirh School and the Uni-
versity of Hawaii. He served fo-
three years in the Army Intelli-
gence Corps in Hawaii. A member
of Phi Sigma Epsilon, he received
his Master's decree in Business
Administration from the Univer-
sity of Miami, where he served as j
president of the Graduate Busi-
ness School. After graduation h"
w.ns employed by the Univers-'ty
of Miami as an instructor in the
finance department.
The bride, who had selected an
A-line gown of Swedish embroid-
ery on silk organza with a high
roiled neckline and a chape! train
attached to the shoulders was at-
tended by her cousin. Mrs. Leslie
MRS. CMMfS TISHGi*T
Neu. matron of honor, maid of
honor Rhonda Shankmar her sis-
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* ItwMi flbridKtm
Pace 9-B
Hadassah Units Plan Meetings
The following Hadassah groups
have scheduled meetings for Mon-
day :
Bay Harbor tiroup of M'ami
Beach Chapter will hold its first
!.:rcheon meeting at noon in the
Imoral Hotel. Mrs. Jay Derm
will b gue : speaker.
* >
Emma Lazarus <;roup will
,-. the B;l-Aire Hotel. 8515
" .'.:.- Ave., Miami Beach, at.
ins: meeting: <>f the I/rais !).
Brandois Oroci will he at 11:30
; m. in the Fontainebleau H >tcl. |
Installing officer will he Mrs. Mil-
ford M. Romanoff of Toledo. A
musical program will he pres: nti-1
by Steve Dubov.
: *
The first regular meeting of th^
Forte Towers Group will be in the
auditorium of the North Bui'.ding
at 1 p.m. Singer Sol Zweigel will
1-e accompanied by Helen Skolnik.
Program chairman is Mrs. Ida S.
Klitc.
* -
The Henrietta Szold Group will I
held its first regular meeting at!
roon in the Algiers Hotel. Guest
speaker at the snack party wiM. be i
Mrs. Neman Myers; Olga Bibor
St * *
The first meeting of the 1969-70
club year will be held by the Lin-
roln Group at 12:30 p.m. in the
Cub Room of 103 Lincoln Rd. The
film "In The American Trad:tion" ;
Will be shown.
*
Temple Beth Sholom's Associate
Rf.bbi Jerrold Levy will sp->ak on
'The Holy Days, Israel and Ha-
dassah" at th:- Treasure Group's
meeting in the North IJ lilding at
7525 E. Treasure Dr., at 12:.'50 p.m.
* #
Ch:i! Group's first meeting of tlv
year will be hold at Young Israel
of Greater Miami, North Mia nl
Beach Guest speaker at Hi 8 3 I
p.m. session will bo \ n Git-
tl si. educational director o Beth
Torah Congn gation.
*
The Albert Einstein O-oun will
view "Travelogue on Israel" in
color at 1 p.m. in the au lil >ri im
-if *he Washington F ieral, North
Miami Beach.
* *
The 1 p.m. meeting i Kadlma'i
i.'-cnj) will be held in th" audito-
rium of Sky Lake Gardens Con-
dominium. The agenda will include
a short talk on the meaning and
history of Rosh Hashanah and Yom
Kippur by Mrs. Jack Tffback, edu-
cation vice president, and a short
skit on membership by Mrs. Sam
Meyers, program vice president.
* *
The Mt. Scoupe Group has a
"coffee time" scheduled fo" their
first meeting at noon in Tc.nple
Zamora, Coral Gables.
*
Mrs. Max Pecker will review the
book "Jews, G-d and History." by
Max Dimont at the 12:30 p.m.
meeting of the Eleanor Roosevelt
Group in the Mar-Len Auditorium.
* :>
Mrs. Ella Blumbcrg. 90. will be
honored as the Torh Group's old-
est member at its f:rst meeting,
to he held in the Knights of Pyth-
ias Hall at noon. Oi'ficers for the
coming year will he introduced
musicallv bv Group members.
JWVA Convention Delegates Return
Mrs. Zelria Glass. 3S81 W. Fla
ler St.. president of the Depart-
ment of Florida Jewish War Vet-
erans Auxiliary, has returned after
spending a week in I <>^ Angeles
where she headed the Florida dele-
gation to the 42nd annual conven-
tion of the National Ladies Auxil-
iary d'lrinu which M*s Max Kern
of 4550 Pine Tree Dr.. Miami
i"> ach, was elected natl jti nor
vice 11 < iident.
Al 'i elected were past national
presidi nl Mrs. Al Freeman of Hal-
landale, national j:i Ig td>
and Mrs. FJen Haberm n of Sara-
sota, finance committee. Nanott.-
Fabray was made an honor a r>
i member and named "Woman of
the Year" during the session.
A citation was given to the \V< Miami p 'St for btMt publicity.
for the third year in succession
the Department of Florida won
the "Aid to Israel" award, retirfn^
the trophy.
Im, H, rliv (1788-1828) d I
found thi Reform Sociel o| Israeli!
irle.ien S.C in 1824. which
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* *
Ein Kerem will meet at 12:30
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tell of her recent trip to Israel,
and a guest speaker from Chapter.
who will speak on membership.
* *
The Morton Towers Group will
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I v Mrs, Murray Premack. Mrs.
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Friday. September 5, 1953
A planning and coordinating meeting for the dinner-dance
and show to be held Sunday, Oct. 19, at the Carillon Hotel
sponsored by Miami Beach hotelmen who are members of
B'nai B'rith Hospitality Lodge, in cooperation wi'.h the B'nai
B'rith Miami Hillel Advisory Board for the benefit of Uni-
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benefit chairman, seated at left, Carillon Hotel executive
director Jerry Sussman, and standing, Carillon catering
manager Murray Skup, left and Alfred Golden. Miami Hillel
Advisory Board president.
Voters, Inc., Sets Open Meeting
Voters, Fncorporated will have Florida State Attorney Richard E.
An op. n meeting al 8:15 p.m. Tu Gerstein, Sutfside Councilman
day in the auditorium of the ol|is Hoberman, Murray S. Mey-
Washington Federal, 1234 Wash-
n '"ii Ave, Miami Beach, moder-
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G I ; kers will includ
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Dr. Richard J. Garrett
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Dr. AlSen J, Coneors
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Friday, September 5 1359
Boa Md^uaU
SCOTT WKINKI.E
Saturday, Sept. 6, at Temple
Bmanu-El, Scott Douglas, the son
of Dr. and Mrs. Milton Weinkie,
will become Bar Mitzvah.
A student at Nova High School
in Davie, Scott, who is in the
eighth grade is a member of the
lent Council, is on the tennis
team and plays drums in a musical
.uroup.
A reception in honor of the e< le-
br nt will be held Saturday eve-
ning at the Diplomat Country
Club.
Among the honored guests a'
the festivities will be Scott's
grandmother, Mrs Louis Shaft
* *
MYRA FTRMAN
Mj ra, t'; daughter of Mr. and
I I,-, ing Purman ol N irth Mi-
tt Beach, i rved h il it Beth Torah Congregation
Friday evening, Aug. 29.
Myra ha; been an honor student
:t the Harold Wolk Religious
School for several years.
Friends and relatives attended
the Oneg Shatobot in Myra's honor
which followed the services.
* *
SANDY KABATON
At Beth Torah Congregation, i
Saturday morning, Aug. 30, Sandy.
-he son of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
Labaton. became Bar Mitzvah.
An eighth grade student at John
F. Kennedy Junior Hi Sandy has attended Beth Torah"?
Harold Wolk Religious School for
si\ years and will continue bis re-
ligions st ml v. I'nterine the Pre-
Conflrmation Clas of 1970.
A Kiddush wps he'd in Sandv's
honor Following the services and he
was honored at a receDtion attend-
ed by Mr. and Mrs. Naftali Shafir
uf Tel Aviv, Israel, M>\ and Mrs.
I. Br;itinstein from New Jersej
and other relative-- and friends in
the Diplomat Country Club on
Su iday, Aug. 31.
*
IRA LAZF.RMCK
The Bar Mitzvah of Ira, the son
of Mr. and Mrs. William l.azer-
niek. was celebrated at Beth Torah
CoTiprcation Saturday afternoon.
Vug. 30.
A student at Parkway Junior
M h School, where h" is enterin"
the seventh grade, Ira e->me to
Miami Beach with his family from
Baltimo-". Md and was a student
at TomnV Ner Tamid before en-
tering th" Harold Wolk Religious
Schoc' at Bth Torah. He will con-
tinue his religious edcation, ioin-
in" the Pre-Confirmation Class of
19K9-70.
Amonff the wests who attended
a reception held at Howard John-
son's wit" Mrs. Betty Cohen, Tra's
aunt, and his cousin. Ronnie, from
Baltimore.
*
MICHAEL TUCH
Michael Charles the son of Mr
and Mrs. Sam Tuch, 1871 SVV 36th
We., will become Bar Mitz.vah at
Temple Judea of Coral Gables Sat-

urday morning, Sept. 6. at 11:15
a.m. services.
A seventh ^rade student at
Shenandoah Junior High School.
Michael is a member of the HAM
l"!i:!) for short wave radio op?r-
ators.
The Kiddush and a luncheon and
reception following the a rvic s
will be hosted by Michael's parents
in his honor.
Among the honored guests will
Michael's grandmother, Mrs.
Rose Miller, a local resident, an i
relatives from Chicago, HI.
JOSHUA IAFFE
The Bar Mitzvah of Joshua Brian,
'lie s a; of Dr. and Mrs. Samu il Z
Jaffe. will b? celebrate I al n a.m.
Saturday. Sept. 3. in Temole Beth i
El, Hollywood, when Joshua will
conduct the worship service and;
read from the Torah.
Joshua, who attends the Hebrew
Academy of Greater Miami, where
he is in the seventh grade, was
awarded a typing trophy this sum-
mer at John F. Kennedy Junior [
High School.
The celebrant's mother and bis
sister. Michele Rachele, will bless
the Sabbath tap rs and the Oneg
Scoff Weinkie
Joshua Jalie
sii.) t will be sponsored by his
e mdp irenl -. Mr. and Mrs, R
Colin ol Mi imi Be ich.
Am ing tit" guests will b Mr.
Mrs. Leroy Re (man mri th it
Iren, Cheryl, Donna and Marc.
from Wilmette. 111.
i-
BERNARD BLOOM
Bernard, the son of Mr. ind Mrs,
Max Bloom, 9985 SW 12th Ter
will become Far Mitzvah Satur-
day morning, Sepl 6, at T >mpl
Or Ol im.
A champion swimmer. B mat I
attends Rockway Junior High
School, where he is in the ninth
gi ade.
The oneg Shabbal following the
Friday night services as well as
the Kiddush after the morning
services Saturday will Ix1 host. I
by B< rnard's parents in his honor.
EXPO 70
AND THE
0RW INFORMATION
Please send m literature, including
? AIR TOURS ? CRUISES
BURDINE'S TRAVEL BUREAU
MAIL COUPON TO:
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Announcing peanuts, cashews, mixed nuts-regular or
dry-roasted as only Skippy knows how.
Announcing dry-roasted nuts that taste fresher and
crunchier, right down to the last nut.
Announcing dry-roasted nuts with an excitingly
different flavor.
Yes, announcing new Skippy nuts. (And you thought
we only made peanut butter.)


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beeame 'ide
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Mi ,::.i .... .... i :ently. '
Transportation Problem
nn school' of Miami Rpacjj
nsuWmons with fTio
Bureau ol Je Ish Ed ic ition with
. w towards the uniflcati in
I...- '.v.irisporiiition. As a first step.I
Army. For th past two years, Mr iho representatives have made an
Winn, wl h Iris a lsl lieutenant's
-: : his s 'rved a= >tr >-
tarj of th Ol *'Ooei Me< al
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STEAK? STEAK? STEAK?
WE'RE crazy1.
Ever since we opened for business in March of 1067, we've
been featuring steak on cur Smorgasbord tables on Satur-
day nights, and many of our guests have said occasionally,
"All the steak you care to eat for only $2.45? You folks
must be crazy!" We're crazy, all right, especially with the
. meat prices have gone up, climbing out of sight! But,
still we go on tradition, and all that! That's right Choice
sirloin ste^.k all you care to eat plus the huge roast of
beef that's always on our dinner menu only $2.45 every
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Friday. September 5. 1969
Miami Happenings
At ihe management oonfor-
encc licl ber of Commerce EStecutlves in
Tampa, Miami Bench Chamber
of Commerce general manager
L. A. "Dae" Baker waa lected
president.
Walt Framer, whose pp lucer-
c edit* ii inch NBC rid
- .. "Strike It F
"The Big and "1 >ul
ili ill head On -,.
Advertising, Ine.'s new TV
R i I
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monr > erh r, presidoi o I i
S
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Ja '. [.Green, D
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no
I n of some 2.000 art sti
;.. s, w iters, film produ rs
s in
20 chapters throughout the na-
tion, at the group's recent na-
tional convention.
* *
"The Monitor," published by
the Miami Heart Instil uto. has
revealed that Miami Beach at-
torney and civic leader Burnett
Roth donated his time and effort
t ......irin the mir'n-'x i-l d
parkins areas for the hu-j :'., I.
* *
A key to the City of North
Miami was presented n BabM
Guest Cantors Will Be
At Ahavat Shalom
Cantor Israel Kershner and
Cantor Aron Ben Aron will chant
the High Holy Day liturgy at
Ahavat Shalom Congregation, 985
SW 67th Ave.
Cantor Korshner has officiated
in the Greater Miami and Miami
JosMH-A. RWfMldl Of-Tr'-.;V I'Boach area for many y ,. .. .1-.. IT. U... ... \nH im, l\l
Beth Moshe after his ina gural
service by Bill valentine, the
city's vice mayor. councilman
Sam Fletcher presented an Is-
raeli prayerbook to him.
teacher at the Hebrew Academj ol
Greater Miami. Cantor Aron Ben
Aron is a twice-decorated Israeli
army officer who had previously
been decorated 12 times as an of!i-
cer in the Russian army.
Returning after a fun-filled summer at Camp Akiba in the
Pocono Mountains near Reeders, Pa., are 70 children from
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ly, September 5, 1969
vJenislh fhrediain
Page 15-B
MAX MARK$
WV Ladies Hear
Simon April
Jewish War Veterans Aiixil-
Wost Miami Post, was to
pts regular monthly meeting
jiavat Sholom Congregation,
W 67th AVe., at 8:1S p.m. on
|<1ay, when Mn. Simon April,
life of Temple Beth Tow
was to speak on "The Com-
|olidays."
April, who teaches Hebrew
iple Beth Tov. is president
Aviva Chapter of Mi/rachi
pmer president of the Wom-
ranch, Union of Orthodox
ations of America. Mrs.
n Blimtan was to be hostess
r tht evening.
Instant
riendship
The warm greeting of
your Welcome Wagon
fliostess \vith "The Most
SFamous Basket in the
iiVorld" will introduce
ou to our community
nd start you on the
ray toward new and
sling friendships.
you are new in town,
ill
PIMM 231-3575
Max Marks, 64, Dies
After Long Illness
Services were held Tuesday for
Max Marks of 4C0 NK ,'Ust St.,
who died Sunday at the agrj of G4 I
after suffering from multiple
sclerosis since 1955.
Mr. Marks, who was born in
Key West, was well known in busi-
neas and sports circles. He was a
pitcher and a shortstop at both
Rollins College and Stetson when
he was a student, afterwards turn-
ing pro and playing in the South-
eastern and the Georgia-Alabama
Leagues before an arm injury re-
tired him from pro ball.
Mr. Marks, who went into busi-
ness with a sports and sundry
store in Key West, operated Na-
tional Fruit Shippers in Miami
Beach, and at one time owned and !
operated the Port-of-Call Restau-
rant on the City of Miami docks.;
After World War II he served on
the Hotel Commission and in the
State Insurance Department.
Survivors include his son. Bar-
ton, of Stockbridge, Mass., his
mother and father, his brother,
Raul, and sister, Rose Imbrey.
Services Held For
Adolph Kates, 83
Adolph H. Kates of 500 Biscayne |
Blvd., who came to Miami six years
ago from New York after having |
emigrated from Cuba in 19150. died
Friday at the ase of 83. Funeral
I services wen- held Sunday in the !
I Riverside Chapel.
Mr. Kates, who had served as
chairman of the board or the Cu-
ban Division of Bonds for Israel,
was a member of the United Jew-
ish Appeal and honorary president
of tin Hebrew Congregation <>f
Havana. The holder Of France's
Legion of Honor medal and the
Crow n of King Leopold of Bel-
gium, Mr, Kites was a member of
the Havana Yacht Club, a 33rd
Degree Mason, past president of
the Advertising Association of
Cuba and a past treasurer and
director of Havana's Rotary Club.
Surviving arc a son. Jose H.. of
Santo DOmingO, Dominican Repub-
lic: bis brother, Gustave G., of
Miami Beach; a grandson. Ronald,
of Puerto Rico and granddaughter
Miriam Simon. Long Island. N.Y.
Although the Nazis Beetled his
I services, Oermaa chemist Fritz
libber (1M8-IM4) wan exiled by
| UMBI in IMS for refittting to j miss his Jewish assistants. During
World War I, he was head or the
German war chemical scilicet and
the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for
physical chemistry in Berlin. He
received the Nobel Prize for chem-
istry in 191H for his development
of a fertilizer. (-JTA)
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts ot 1941
File No. 68A1579
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN Hint
UI.I'CK CRANE SERVICE, INC.,
u Florida Corporation holder of County
Tai Bale Certificate No. 9355 tamed .
the 1st day of June, A I >. ISM, has
filed same In my office, and has j
made application for a tax Issued thereon, Said Certificate em-
braces the following described property
hi Hi.- County of Dodo, Htate of
Florida, to-wlt:
Beg NBCnr NW'i of N\\ \ S 990 fl R
.sa it Ml. I.. K I, ts Hwy 1 th NW ate !
Ilwy to N't. Bee :. W Rig N.'L 500 ft :
M/L to POB, Suction :. Township 59 I
South Range ::: Bast, containing 13.4 ]
acres more or less In the County of
Dade, State of Florida.
Tilt.- oasesHmi at of Raid prop, rty
under the said certificate was in the
name of: toirax k MIRZAKA-
HAM.
t'lil.-ss Raid certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law, the property !
described herein will be sold to the
highest bidder for etch at the Court-
houHe door on the flrsl Monday in the
month >>f October, 1969, which is the
6th day of October. 1989.
Dated this 2nd day of Sei>lember,
1989,
f. B. LEATHERMAN.
Cleric of Circuit Court,
Dade County. Ploiidu
By: P. P. fill DBTRAND
Denuty Clerk
(Olrcull Court Seal)
! '5-18-19-18
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX OEEO
Chapter 20722 Act! of 1941
File No. 69A333
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
:'.:'."-T4 ST CORP. holder of County
Tax Bale Certificate No. S71J Issued
the 1st 'lay of June, AD. l!;t;. has
filed same In my office, and has mad.
application for a tnx deed to be iRauod
thereon. Said Certificate embraces
the following described property in
the County of Dade, Slate of Florida.
to-wil:
]:>'. of nu :t in SW'i, Troplco.,
Ptat It...Vc 2 Page '' Section 12
Township 56 South. Range 39 Bust
containing 3.50 Acres More or leas
in the County "f Dade, State of
Plot Ida.
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate was In
the name of: CHARI ES K. FORMAN
Bi A I.
I'nless saiil certificate shall I"' re-
deemed According t" law, the property
described herein will be sold t" the
highest bidder for cash at the Court-
house door on the first Monday hi
the month of October, 19C9, which is
the Mli day of October ,1!'89.
Dated this 2nd day of September,
E. I'- LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
By: P. P. Ori.l>STRANI'
Deputy Clerk
11 'innii Court Seal)
: -,-12-19-26
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File No. 69A881
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
At.I. STATES INVESTMENT CO,
holder of City of Miami Lien Sale
Certificate No. 146 Issued Ihe "1st
day of May. A P. 1967, has filed same
In my office, and has mad- ftnnl I ca-
tion for a tax deed t.. be Issued there-
on. Said Certificate embraces the
follow iiiir described nronart* in ihe
County of Dade, Stn.....f Horldu, to-
wit:
-: SO' 1 Block 9B. I awrem
Bstate 1-and Co., Sub.. Plat Book 2,
Page .".l In the County of Dade,
State of Florida. Thin deed will
be issued subject '> all ether out-
standing County laves and Hens.
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate was in the
name of: GEOROE CONSTANT.
I Unless said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law. the property
described herein will be sold to th.
highest bidder for cash at the t ourt-
hottse door on the find Monday In
the month of October, 189. which
is the 6th day of October, l9.
Dated this 2nd (lay Of September.
E. It. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade Coimtc, Florida
By: P. P. ocldsthand
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
9/.">-l2-19-26
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT i
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84104
In RE: Estate of
Al BXANDKIt DEXHOLM
I < i eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
instate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present an) claims and demands
Which you may ham* against the
tate of ALEXANDER DENHOLM de-
ceased late of Dad.- County, Florida,
to lite County Judges of Dad, County,
and file the same in duplicate and
as provided in Section 783.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar mouths from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this sth
day of August, AD. I9C9.
LILLIAN A. SMITH
BETTY .1. KNIGHT
Co-lCxeeutriXes
Plrsl publication of this notice on
the lath da> of August, 1909.
MORTIMER 8. COHEN
Attorney for [executrixes
90S Alusley Building
8 15-22-29 9 :.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY,
No. 69-13580
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
THKolMiitK BCHOBNBEltOER,
Plaintiff,
-\ s-
LILLIAN SOHOBNRKIHIEIL
Defendant
TO: LILLIAN SCHOBKBERQER
2130 K. ::itli street
Brooklyn, New York
You. LILLIAN KCHOENBEBOER,
are horeby notified that a Din nf
Complaint for Divorce has been filed
ngalnHt you, and you arc required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Mill of Complaint on Ihe
Plaintiffs attorney. VON ZAMPT .,
smith, 1512 Capital Bank Building,
.Miami. Florida, and file ihe original
Answer or Pleading in the office of
the Clerk of tin- Circuit Court on or
before ihe i:ith day of September,
l!"'.:. If you fall to do so. judgment i
I by default "ill be taken against you.
for the relief demanded In the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in TUB JKWI8H FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED Rt Miami,
Florida, this 13th duj "l August, A D,
1969
K. B. I BATHERMAX, Clerk,
Circuit Court, Dade County, Florida
By: c I' o (PHI AND,
Deputy Clerk
fCircuil Court Seali
VON 55AMFT & SMITH
I 1312 t'anital Bank Building
.Miami. Florida
Ait.n lieys for Plaintiff
H 15-22-29 1'
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIHCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-13321
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MICHAEL II. MAZCLIS,
Plaintiff,
vs
MYRNA RAMIREZ DE MAXIMS.
I > leiidant.
TO: MYRNA RAMIREZ
DK MAZl I.IS
EdlflciO el Pacific
I lepart in. in.. #01
Mlraflores, Lima, Peru
BoUth America
You, MY UN A RAMUtEZ IX MAZ-
CLIS. are hereby notified that a Bill
of Complaint for Divorce has been
tiled against you, ami you are requir-
ed tn serve a copy of your Answer or
Pleading to the liill of Complaint on
the Plaintiffs attorney, MATTHKW
OISSEN, ESQ., 128 S 10. 2nd Street.
Miami. Florida 33131 and file the
original Answ.r or Pleading In the
office of the Clerk of the fin uit
Court on or before the lyih day of
September, 1909. If you fail to do so.
judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded In
the i:iii hi' Complaint.
This notice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this Mh day of August A.D.
1989,
K. B I.FATIU'UMAN. Clerk
Circuit I'ntt. i, lutde County, 1'iorida
BY: N. A. HKH'ETT
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seali
.MATTHKW OISSEN, ESQ.
138 S.E. 2nd Street
Miami. Florida
379-0731
Attorney for Plaintiff
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-13714
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
A1."YS.H>IIN KUPPLER,
Plaintiff
vs.
NORA KVFFLER,
Defendant,
T< >: VI P i.M'FFI BR
31-17 71th Street
Jackson Heights, N.Y. 11372
You NORA KFFFI.KIS, are here-
by notified thai a Bill of Complaint
f.".r Divorce has been (Red attains!
I you, and you are roqulred to serve n
, copy of your Answer or Pleading to
1 the Rill Of Complaint on the Plaintiff*
attorney. PAUL KWITNEY, 42" I.in-
,.. I..-...1 X,;...n! I -.... .1. l.'l. i 11 i inil
of Sep'emner. IOT. it you tail to "o
so. judgment by default will be taken
against you for the relief demanded
in the Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
i each week for four consecutive
weeks hi THE JEWISH FI.OKIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
' Florida, this 1 .".th day of Aur.ii.-! A.D.
19(9.
R. P.. I.KATIIF.BMAN. Cleric
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
By: R, K SI I FA
Deputy Clerk
. (Circuit Court Seali
PUI. KWITNEY
128 Lincoln Road
Miami Bench, Florida
Attorney for Plalntlfl
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No. 69-13344
PETITION FOR ADOPTION
IN UK PETITION OP
BOBERTOOl DFTNBnnd I.AFBA
I BB >: H.DPINE, his wife,
TO: OBl >ROH JANVR1N
B. sid. nee t'nknown
You OEOROE JANVRIN, are here-
by notified that U Petition for Adop-
tion has been filed against you. and
you are required to serve a copy ol
1 your Answer or Pleading to the
PetllH.....n the Plaintiff's attorney,
.MAN A. OOLDFARB, 4il Biscayne
Building, Miami, Florida S31S0 and
; file Ho- original Answer or Pleading
in Ihe offic,. of the Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Courl on or before the 1Mb day
nf September, 1!"il>. If you fall to do
so. judgment by default will bo taken
au-ainsi you for the r. lief demanded
111 the Petition.
This noiice shall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in TUH JEWISH PI OHIDIAN.
BONE VNB ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this nih day of August, AD.
196!)
R. B, LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court. Dade County. Florida
By- C P. COPEIaAND
Deputy Clerk
II 'Ir.-ilh I 'unit So ill
MAX A. OOLDFARB
! 414 Biscayne Buildiiu;
I Miami. Florida
: Attorney for Plaintiff
I S, ir.--j:'-:':i 9/5
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DAD COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-13415
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
NORMAN JoIIN ABREC,
Plaintiff,
-vs-
JOAN STEVENSON ABREC,
Defendant.
To:JOAN STEVENSON ABREC
ITT Niagara Street
Buffalo. New York
You, .H>AN STEVENSON ABREI*.
are hereby notified that a Bill or
Complaint for Divorce lias been filed
against you, and you art required to
serve a eop> of your Answer or Plead-
ing to the Pill oi Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney, LESTBll ItOO-
BRS, ESQ., :ei N. \v. I4th Street,
Miami. Florida 33131! and file Ihe -riL-
jnnl Answer or Pleudhig In the office
of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
or before the ISlh ilaj of September,
I9H9 If >oii fall to do so, Judgment by
default will be talon nguiust you for
the relief demanded In Ihe BUI of
i 'omplalnt.
This notice shall be published rihee
each week for tour consecutive weeks
! in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
I Florida, this 12th day of August, AD.
19B9
K B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk.
Circuit Court. Dade County, Florida
By: C, P. COPE1 AND.
Deputy Clerk
ii!ln ult Court s.ali
LESTER RfKIBRS, BSQ.
'.'.i N.W. lllh Street
Miami. Florida 33188
Attorney for Plaintiff
s tn-22-29 ? r.
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY
No. 69-12795
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ANNIE RUTH GRAHAM,
Plaintiff,
CHARIJB LEWIS C.KAUAM.
Defendant
To: CHAltLIE LEWIS ORARAM
Oaneral Delivery
SheUman. Ceorgln ....
You, CHAICLIB LEWIS ORABAM.
are hereby notified that a Bill of
Complaint for Divorce has I.....n filed
against you, and you are required to
serve a copy of your Answer or Plead-
init to the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff's attorney. PAPL POLLACK.
Suite 180, IT"" N.W. Tth Street, Miami,
Florida 8312-1 and file the original
Answer or Pleading In the office of
the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
before the icth day of September,
1989. if you fail to do so. Judgment
by default will be taken against you
for the relict domanded In the Bill of
Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each we, I; for four consecutive weeks
ill THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this 1st day ol August A.D.
t!"'.'.'.
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"eJeWlSll Floridian I Israel Tourism
V.:cmi. Florida Friday, September 5, 1969
Section C
Judaism In Asia A Struggle
"One of tho major problems
n nfronting Asian Jewish eommu-
mties is that of keeping Jewish
l-.'oup-life functioning in the face
<, a rapidly dwindling Jewish pop-
n ation." declared Rabbi Harold II.
Gordon, executive vice president
cf the New York Board of Rabbis.
upon his return from a six weeks'
mission to Iran. Pakistan. India.
Burma. Thailand. Singapore. Phil-
ij pines, Hong Kong and Japan.
"Many of the long-time citizens
ol most of these countries," said
Rabbi Gordon, "have left for Aus-
tralia, England and Israel -which
accept them with open arms.
Those who remain, for whatever
jeason. and are determined to re-
tain their Jewish identity and
their- Jewish way of life, feel in-
creasingly isolated and distressed
because their community life has
been disrupted by the depaiture of
t-.c rabbis, cantors and other re-
igioua functionaries. The task,
t-.iriforc. of maintaining lit'ial
circumcision, Kosher food and or-
ganize d synagogue services is a
Ei: ious one. indeed.
"Despite these shadows." Rabbi
Ey AKYF.H LOl'V
:~ ''" I Btl t< ..- 21 years old this year. Us his to
|?- v -tination goes back Beveral thousand years. What is 21
I ."'".- like ,"'...! which was already 700 years old whei
it lodged Joshua's men? What is another group of pilgrims to 31
Catherin i monastery at th< foot ol Mt. Sinai after 14 centurii
; ] ilgrimagt ? Or anothei shj] | utting in to the port of Eilat some ". 11
in Tok 'o an American rabbithe years after King Solomon's fleet sailed up and down the Red Sea"
only one in the Far East with the
exception of Jewish military chap-
lainshas revitalized Jewish life
with the energetic and wise appli-1
cation of American techniques and !
cultural programs."
Havi:ig been in India during the '
successful mission of Apollo 11. I
and in Bangkok dining President
Nixon's visit. Rabbi Gordon re-
potted enthusiastic and almost
mystical admiration for the brav-
e ry of the three astronauts and
the American scientific knowledge
that made the mcon probe possible.
HAROI.O H. GORDON
American Jewish Joint Distribu-
:i n Committee1 renders yeoman
health and welfare service and,
through the schools of the Organi-
sation for Rehabilitation and
[Training iORTi. the Joint' has j
given thousands in Iran and India
the opportunity to become skilled ]
craftsmen and mechanics. Thai- j
land. Singapore, the Philippines, .
i Hong Kong and Japan have seen ;
|;, j an infl ix of American Jews who
flickering lights on the Asian I are attempting to raise the spir-
S( ne. In Iran, for example. t.ii it lal level of each community; and
Speakers Set For Greenfield Series
A mixture of religious, acadi mil
; d secular speakers wil highl-
ight the 19CS-70 Greenfield Adult
Institute at Temple Israel of
Greater Miami this vear.
Ranging from Allen Ginsberg,
the poet-spokesman of the "now'
g< .-.eiation. to Orthodox rabbis i
and conservative professors, the !
25-week series will evolve around j
a general theme of "Confrontation i
3970: The Jewish Life-Style." ac- |
ceding to Dr. Joseph R. Narot, ',
m nior rabbi of Temple Israel.
1st Baptist-Jewish
Dialogue Closes
LOUISVILLE (JTA) At
the closing session of a three-
day interfaith dialogue spon-
sored by the Southern Baptist
Convention and the Interrelig-
ious affairs department of the
American Jewish Committee, a
call was issued by Baptist and
J( ui^h scholars for a joint effort
t l defend the religious liberty of
1 | lists and Jews in the Soviet
Union ami other countries where
groups suffer discrimina-
I.
The 70 assembled theologians
I d i ducators of both faiths also
eed that chuches and syna-
gogues have a moral responsi-
t ility to become involved in find-
ing solutions to today's social
: robkms. The group decried the
rational priorities of the United
States which commits $80 billion
annually to nuclear arms and
the defense budget and criticized
the inadequacy of the "war
against poverty" in America's
afflue nt society.
The co-chairmen of the meet-
ing, Dr. Joseph R. Estcs of the
Hcme Missions Board of the
Southern Baptist Convention in
Atlanta, and RabLi Marc H.
Tanne nbaum, director of the
AJCommittee's interreligious af-
fairs department, were asked to
organize an ad hoc committee to
follow up the accomplishments
of the dialogue. During the three
days of almost continuous meet-
ings and panel sessions at the
Southern Baptist Theological
Seminary, the participants dis-
cussed such topics as the mean-
ing of Israel to Jews and Chris-
tians, the concepts held by both
faiths of the Messiah, conver-
sion, church-state relations and
social responsibility.
Ginsberg will appear with Ins
father, Louis, also a note el poet,
:i- a rontinvation of their readings '
and discussions which have at-j
tract d thousands of young and i
?Id from Be rk< ley to Boston. Also |
addressing themselves to the prob- I
lems of American youth will be j
men like Dr. Seymour M. Lipset.
nofess ir of gewernment nt Har- !
vard, and Prof. I-eonard Fein of :
I M.I.T.
Among the rabbis will be Ar-
', thur Gilbert, dean of the new Re-
lonstructionist Rabbinical College.
, Ben I We in of Miami Beach, and j
i Eugene B. Borowitz of the Hebrew
! Union College-Jewish Institute of'
' Religion.
Histoi ian Howard M. Sachar of
George Washington University. |
I philosophers Marvin Fox of Ohio
State and Harold Weisberg of
! Bianeieis. author Charles Angoff.
[ and phychiatrist Dr. Nathan Kline
; are others scheduled.
Included this year for series i
subscribers will be the second Wil- j
liam and Irene Siege! Seminar, an
all-day gathering on "Tho Jewish .
Family in America" which will be ;
addressed by sociologist Marshall
Sk'are, Yeshiva University; Dr.
' living Greenberg, rabbi of the :
Hivi rdalc Jewish C< nter, and psy- j
chiatrist Dr. Jacob Allow.
Convention For
Argentine Jewry
Hears Warnings
BUENOS AIRES (JTA)
The general secretary of DAIA,
the representative organization
of Argentine Jewry, warned 300
delegates attending the organi-
zation's national convention at
Mar del Plata that a new form
of anti-Semitism, originating
with the Left, but functioning
with the Arabs and the extreme
Right, poses a new threat to Ar-
gentine Je wry.
Dr. Jose Kcstilman a'so noted
the great increase in Arab prop-
aganda are! other development
which sharpen the situati n of
Argentine' Jewry. He- noted with
approval the increasing activity
of organize ei Jewish youth in Ar-
ge ntina in such cause s as the dc-
fnse of the Jews of the Soviet
Union.
Gregorio Faicon. president of
DAIA, who reviewed world de-
velopments concerning the Jews
and the State of Israel, noted a
lessening ef activities by Argen-
tine anti-Semitic organizations.
but warned that they continue-
to be fully organized and ready
for action at any mement. He
also announced that the Jewish
community as such would net
take rart in the projects bring
evolved by the Ongania govern-
! ment which is attempting to set
Yet, in the Jet age no country can afford to rest on the laurels o(
its history if it wants to stay on the tourist map, not even this Promts I
Land on the eastern shore of the Mediterranean that has been criss-
crossed by travelers going from Europe to Asia and Asia to Africa
(and vice versa) since the be-ginning of the camel express.
The tourist graph eii Israel throughout the centuries In-
jagged across the chart of history in violent peaks. In 1948. wh i
the State of Israel was established, the curve was way down at
the bottom. Twenty-one years later it is soaring way above am
previous numbers of Phoenicians, Romans, Crusaders, honeymmxi-
ers. sun-bathers, conventioneers and other visiting firemen, all
lumped together in anonymous statistics. In 1988. 432.024 made Ir
before the clock said 00.01 hours, and in 1969 Israel tourist e-lreb-*
intend to demonstrate their coming of age by hitting the bait-
million mark.
The Ministry of Tourism arjd other tourist bodies have expend
no mean amount of elbow grease in these 21 years to get where I -
I are today, but they have been helped by the country's bountiful assets.
and they are the last to dismiss what is, after all, their stock in trade.
Israel's catalogue of attractions is truly astounding in its variety,
; all the more so when you consider the small size of the country
! Historically, it has a monopoly en the origins of two religions and runs
a close second for the third. Biblical names and places that in far away
[ countries have taken on a le-gendary quality are suddenly resin,, I t
| reality when met face to face.
C!imatica,!y, it has so much sun that water is heated by -
1 heaters with enough left over to heat the tourists. Even when clou Is
show up once in a while in the northern part during the short winto r
they can easily be side-stepped by going south. When mountain i i is
get chilly there arc be low-sea-level valleys with sub-tropical tem-
peratures just a few dozen miles away.
Geographically, it is a micro-cosmos, and a one-day <-ar {aunt
can easily take in the sea coast, snow-covered mountains, lush
tropical gardens and dramatic deserts. Speaking or sea coast,
there's mile after mile ol beaehe-s fringing four seasDead, Bed.
Mediterranean and Galilee. Situated on the crossroads between
continents, Israel proves Kipling wrong and shows that Kast and
West DO meet, and the meeting Is Intensified by Israel's populate- i
that has streamed Into the country from over loo other nation*.
Obviously, the co a] peal to almost any kinel of travel -.
tic pilgrim, the history-prone the observer interested in the develo -
. ment cf a new-old nation, c the ] im-of-the-mill sun-and-fun vacatio
Bui 21 years ago. and ever, as recently as 10 years ago. this was ob^
t very fewann even these lew. a'ong with millions of other travelers.
were being wooed by SCOtfes ef rival tourist countries and localities
the complete battery of mass media at their disposal.
It was clear that Israel had to join the wooing game, and it did -
with an avalanche of well-designed brochures, posters, ads. films
various other media, distributed through a constantly expanding n t-
work of offices abroad. With 17 Israel Tourist Offices in North
South America. Europe and South Africa, Israel tourism is being
se nt.d in the important markets, and more offices will be opened in
the coming years.
In the early years. Israel tourist officials had to go knocking
the doors of travel agents, organizations and airlines, present th
wares, give their sales talks ano persuade them to push and se-ll tra
to Isiael. In the past few years, the demand for travel to the count.*
is now coming from the public itself, and travel agents recogni'.
good thing when they see it. The 16 airlines flying to Israel put out
to5 replace BSSSSTpSS 55 owrTpublicity on Israel, as do also theinternat
parties and the system of parlia-
such as Hilton, Sheraton and Intercontinental, who have hotels in the
WSMS-TV Services
As a public service, Broward
County's t< leviskui station WSMS-
TV, Ch. 51, will telecast a Rosh
i< ishi nah Special in observance of
the arrival of tho Hebrew year
5730 from 11:30 a.m. to noon on j
Saturday. The special sen ices to j
be conducted by Rabbi Sheldon j
Edwards of Temple Be;h Israel, ;
i I-audcrdale. assisted by Cantor
Maurice A. Neu and the Temple
Beth Israel Choir, will be telecast
in color.
Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity
Holds M.B. Convention
Featured speakers at the recent
65th Grand Convention of Phi Ep-
silon Pi fraternity in the Ameri-
cana Hotel were Gov. Kenneth
Curtis of Maine and Andrew F.
Brimmer, a member of the Fed-
eral Reserve Board's board of gov-
ernors.
Dr. Charles Perry, president of
the new Florida International Uni-
versity te> be constructeel in Dade
County, was also a guest sneaker.
William Abrash and I-conard Davis
were chairmen of the local con-
vention committee.
country.
In 1968 all records were beaten, not only for the nuniler e>f
tourists arriving, but also lor length of stay, foreign currency in-
come, hotel occupancy and employment and turnover in toini-'
services. Tourist traffic was 30 percent ahead of 1966 (the Increase
ever 196. was 50 percent but this was an off-year because of th-
imrl and the average tourist stay went up to 14 days, which t-
among the highest in the world and does not take Into account
persons staying more than one month. Income from tourism In
19S9, when all returns are in. will be about S90.000.000 (not count'
ing earnings of the national carriers), which makes it one of the
prime sources or foreign currency in the economy. A beneficial
phenomenon is also the even distribution of the traffic throughout
the year 1968, avoiding the harmful effect* of dead seasons.
One of the reasons for this success story is the stabilitj ol
: rates and other prices in the lace of price i is. s In European co ml -
In aeldition. the Israel Pound was devalued in 1967. which pr. serve i I
exchange late for I ngland and other countries that devalued and
i proved it for those that did not.
Preparing for the evei increasing stream of tourists, the- Mints
I of Tourism has not been sitting with its collective arms crossed. I- I
obstructing the youth pioneer- | *J^* cnaot:r carmtAncea, but in its 21 years il -
mentary debate.
Dr. David Elnccave told the
convention that Arab anti-Israi I
propaganda is on the increase.
He comr-lained that Israeli coun-
ts r-measurcs are not adequate.
Grcgoiio Fainguersch. presi-
,i< nt of the Buenos Aires K< -
hila. ca'lcd for the unification
of various bodies and commit-
tees conducting activitii s in be-
half of Israel in order to elim-
inate duplication. He described
Arge ntine Jewry as essentially a
Zionist community.
The convention heard a plea
fcr its support of youth emigra-
tion to Israel presented by M< n-
achem Boaz, a youth leader who
accused the older generation of
ing movement.
Dr. Marc Turkow, general
secretary of the Latin American
Jewish Congress, a branch of the
World Jewish Congress, voiced
concern over the new regime in
Peru, which he described as a
nationalist movement which
will be inclined to work with
the socialist countries.
JWV Sets First Meeting
The Harry H. Cohen Surfside-
Bay Harbor Post and Auxiliary of
the Jewish War Veterans will hold
its first meeting of the season at
8 p.m. Thursday in the Surfside
Community Center. 93rd Street
and Collins Avenue. Miami Beach.
Reports of department and na-
tional conventions are included on
the agenda.
come a long way. and tourism has kept pace with the dynamic dev
ment of the country. Starting with one top class hotel, a haneiful of
small, lower grade hostelrii s and no tourist coaches or limousines at all
the country is now fully equipped to cater to the stream of tourists, t
accommodate them in any grade of hotel, pilgrim hospice, youth bo-
or camping ground, transport them in aircemditionoel buses and cars,
feed them Western and oriental delicacies, entertain and delight th
At present there are 14.000 rooms in 290 hotels recommended
tourists, and this number is being urgently expandeei in order to ke
| pace with the upsurge in tourist traffic and the longer stay in the
' country. Under construction are 2.500 rooms; another 4.000-5.000 ar -.
the drawing boards. All tourist services in the country are operated by
private enterprise, but the government encourages and assists them
means of loans, the volume ot which varies according to regional pri-
orities. In certain areas hotel entrepreneurs can receive two-thil -
their investments in government loans. A whole array of furthe
eentives are available t< investors in the tourist industry, which
. ys various othei benefits by virtue of its being recognized
export industry.
Unlike other countries with B long tourist tradition, the cent:.
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Paqe 2-C
* Jem's/? fhrkHtun
Friday, September 5
1969
Two Israel Soldiers
Killed By Mine Blast
TEX AVIV JTA> An Israeli
Army officer and a sergeant
were killed Sunday when their
rle si nick a mine in the
Kasser Kl Yahud area north of
the Dead Sea. Two other sol-
di, i- were injured when th.y
were ambushed on a road near
the Lebanese border. Five
Arab saboteurs were killed in a
clash with an Israel: patrol
which they tried to ambush on
th" central road in the Golan
Heights. An Israeli military
p iki^nun Identified the fatali-
ties a Lt. Odd<-d Shaehnai and
Sgt Yaacob Wagner. 24.
In other recent action. Israeli
jets raided two military positions
inside Jordan. A sjx>kesman said
the targeis were an Army post
and a guerrilla camp in the Wadi
Zarka area. 30 miles noithea.st
of the Dead Sea. A Jordanian
military spokesman claimed that
Israeli planes raided civilian tar-
pcts 19 miles northeast of Am-
man. An Israeli military spokes-
man said Egyptian and Israeli
f roes exchanged artillery and
rocket fire across the Suez Ca-
nal for threc-and-a-half hours
one day and more than six hours
the next
Several bazooka shells were
fired .it Mahal Golan in th;. Go-
lan Heights and Kfar Yuval in
Upper Galilee, shells exploded
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northeast of N'ablus. No casual-
lies were reiwrtcd in any of the
incidents.
Wilrto Co. Issues Hebrew
Almanac (Luach) For 5730
The new 1969-1970 (57301 He-
; brew Almanac Luachi has just
been issued by the Wilno [Cosher
Sausage Co. and is available to the
I readers of The Jewish Floridian
' free of charge.
The pocket-sized almanac con-
j tains the entire year's calendar in
| both English and Hebrew: Friday
candle-lighting times, all the holi-
days and fast days, permissible
weddinp dates, important prayers
j in English and Hebrew and both
Israel's national anthem and thai
1 of the United States.
To obtain your copy of the
Hebrew Almanac for 5730, write
Luach. c o Eox 2971. Miami. Fla.
33101.
New Films, Holdovers
At Wometco Theaters
"Les Blehes," a strange love
story about a man who competes
with i be tutiful woman for the love
of young girl, opens Friday at
the Mayfair and Sunset Th at< rs.
Als i stai t-n- Fi iday it the Pal n
Springs and Normandy are two
films playing together for the first
time "If It's Tuesday It Must Be
Belgium," and "Popi."
Holdovers at Wometco Theaters
j include "Me Natalie." "The Eyeof
the Cat," 'Psycho." Funny Girl"
and "Oliver."
United Fund Combines
Three Services In One
Three long-time services of the
United Fun! the Information and
Referral Service. Volunteer Se -
ice Bureau and the Holiday Bu-
reau have been combined into a
new Community Services Division
ivhich, it is hoped, will ix- able to
offer better community son
while making better use of volun-
teers.
Interim chairman of the newly
formed division is Mrs. Walter
Rogers. The Holiday Bureau is
headed by Prof. E. B. McKenry.
director of the Center for Urban ,
Studies of the University of Miami.
the Information and Referral sec-
tion is chaired by David B. Oliver.
administrative assistant to in
! genera! manager of the Miami
Herald, and the Volunteer Se via -
section is led by Mrs. Edwin Op-
penheim.
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V'Jmist FtwSdliair)
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Record Number Is Registered To Vote
JERUSALEM (JTA) Elec-
tion officials report that more
than 1.850,000 Israelis have reg-
istered to vote in the national
elections which will be held on
Oct. '29. Israel has a population
about 2'2 million.
For Hi" first time, the regis-
tration hooks, which are now
clos '(. contain the names of
[srai lis v siding i:' the occupied
Arab t' n itories. including He-
I rbrt, the Etzion region and the
Golan n ights. Israeli seaman
and passengers aboard Israeli
ships at s( a. soldiers in Army
camps and civilians working in
defense plants away from their
homes will be permittee: to vote
by absentee ballots fcr the first
time.
A three-week hiatus in cam-
paigninc has been aere-d to bv
Israeli politicians, lasting firm
Sept. 2-26. Under Israeli Jaw,
cam] aigr.s must cr.d a day be-
fore the elections, thus they will
have th for eled
befon th< Oct. 28 di ad-
line.
The politics ". av< bet n
allowed an extra day in u
to file their lists of candi I
for the Knesset elections. The
law originally provided thai th v
be filed the day after Jfom Kip-
pur, but the deadline has b
reset to Sept. 24. two days after
the Day of Atonement.
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Friday, September 5,
World Action Called For
To Save Iraqi Jews
Mrs. Leonard Steiner, exhibits chairman, left, Mrs. Eugene
Komrad and Mrs. Arnold Bierman, members of the arts
committee of Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, admire "The
Quartet," by artist Mrs. Reyna Youngerman 'seated, center)
one of the most popular oil paintings in her current exhibit
at the hospital. The art exhibits are arranged and con-
ducted by the Women's Auxiliary of the hospital.
"Sumptuary" laws soring the Of jewelry worn b\ a woman ami
Middle ARCS severely restricted the apparel to be worn and the
dms, lestivities and other aspects numlwr and type of gtfta one ma>
of daily life. Oriuinatinj: in the RJV). .,, ., wedding. (.IT\)
Talmud, the laws regulated the-----
nunilM-r of miest> in a home at one
time, the meals served, the amount
JERUSALEM iJTAl Israel
has called on world political
and re ligious I. acTcrs t<> "act
Immi diatcly to save the remain-
ing Jews in Iraq. Syria and
: it" by making il possibli I i!
thi m to li ave those eountrii s,
Foreign Minister Abba '
said there would Curt i
ti ial: and exi cutions in Iraq i n
npi il up s mli -
all the < r i of world opinion
is bio i ''' '" boar on Iraqi au-
i s. He losi 'I that 1s-
ia. li i nvoys ibroad had hoc n
alerted to approach the hi ads ol
stati and of international hu-
manitarian agencies in thai con-
n< ction.
The Jewish Agency Executive
hi hi a memorial meeting Mon-
day for the two Jews hanged in
Baghdad. Tiny were identified
as Itzhak Eliahu Dallal, a small
shopkeeper and Raphai I Yehi z-
kel Yaacob, 55, who was engaged
in trade and commerce and was
once among tne richest Jews ol
Basra. Both w< re married. Mr.
Yaacob was the father ol three
children.
Chief Rabbi Itzhak N...
dared that the Iraq] ,
were "a warning to ma
do something about
which lives by the s\
destruction and coi
together with the L'i
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vjen'isti nurkttan
Paqe 5-C
On Rosh Hashanah, we Jews feel ,, special spiritual cleva-
tioi Tiiis holiday has deep roots in the Jewish tradition, which
an inifested in customs, prayers ind even in the roods w
pal ,.- we ask God's forgiveness for our misdeeds and its bless-
ings for the coming year.
The traditional foods for Rosh Hashanah arc nol accidental
i dish has Its meaning and reason lot appearing on the
Fesi holiday table. The challah is different from the regular
d one, in thai it is sweet and round for n round and
:i some year. Fish, included as a symbol ol fruitfulness, is
usu iy served with the head, so we maj always be at the head
ani oi at the tail. Carrots arc cut into rounds resembling coins.
and heir color >-; a reminder of :-;old. Fruit and vegetables are
ser\ 1 in abundance- for a good harvest. On every table there
i- a small dish of honey in which apples or slices,ol challah are
di;-:- i as .i wish for a sweet year.
In many Jewish communities around the world, the variety
of d shes differ according to prevailing tastes and available in-
gri c. ents. But the common denominator L> the same dishes that
sigr y our yearning for a better year, a year of happiness.
health and peace.
''hen considering the many traditional dishes as we planned
the menu, we took into account today's modern taste which
calif for sontewhat less rich foods and also worked toward the
goa of a "manageaMt menu" which will allow the cook to
prepare the festive meal without becoming exhausted, which will
add nuch to her enjoyment of the holiday.
You start by settinu the table for Rosh Hashanah, using
youi nicest linen, china, silver and crystal so there will be no
doubt about the importance of this holiday. Pul the wine for
Kiddush, two round challahs (which you can hake yourself), a
smi dish of honey, and pieces of apple for dipping.
7hc first course of the meal, of course, will be fish. There
law that it must lie gefilte fish, and as a matter of fact,
we recommend broiled fish. The second course will be soup
goot hot and strong made of meat and vegetables. II can he
mi i clear, after removing the fat, or some soup almonds
dalechi may be added I some excellent [sracli-rnadc man-
dated] is availablei. The main course on our menu is a roasted
stuffed duckling. It is served with golden carroi rounds
Hi's', asparagus or any other low-calorie vegetable, and
roasted whole potatoes if you desire. The vegetable salad may be
served on a sick plate. The dessert will be a fruit compote. With
lass.' and honey cake, this Rosh Hashanah dinner will he
Complete. We wish you a pleasant Rosh Hashanah dinner and a
H Nov Year, a good year, "shana tova."
M K N I
Broiled lish
moii cipe given
Round (haHuh
Clear Soup with Munduleeli (soup almonds)
i n i recipe given >
Boasted Stuffed Spiced Duckling
Roasted Whole Potatoes Asparagus Golden Carrol Rounds
i no recipe given >
Vegetable salad Coffee with Hone) Cake Fruit Compote
ROUND CHALLAH
1 ', oa pkg. active drj yeast 1 egg yolk
'4 cup lukewarm water 3t* or l> cups instantized flour
iblespoons sugar 2 cups warm water
ispoons sail 'a cup raisins
2 1. ;s (optional
Tiile yeast soften-, in 'i cup of warm water to which 2
tabit'poons of sugar have been added, combine the salt with
l >, s ol the flour in a bowl and assemble all other ingredients.
X1 a small hole in the center of the flour and add the Si ft-
en yeast. Mix with some flour and arid the two eggs, four
tab] spoons sugar, oil and water, stirring all the time. Add flour
and -tart kneading until it is a moderately stiff dough. Turn out
on tightly floured surface and knead until smooth, about 10
mil ,os.
lape into a ball and place dough in u greased bowl, turn-
ce to grease the whole surface. Cover with a clean towel,
l< I se until doubled in bulk. ah.ail an hour; punch down and
allow t.i rise another half hour. Cut dough into two parts, shape
into two balls. Make a "'rope" about two feel long from each
l} circle each rope around itself to form a round pyramid-
sht I challah. Place on lightly greased cookie sheet, allow to
"'-' ind rise about 15 minutes.
ush the entire surface of the challahs with the egg yolk
Wh has been diluted witli '4 cup cold water. Bake about oO
minutes at ."530 degrees. If top browns too fast, cover with
alts turn foil. If raisins are used, they should be added to the
before the first kneading. (Re sure to flour them first, so
th>y i'l not sink to the bottom).
(Continued on Page 8-C)
03
Rabbi E. Winograd Is Miramar Leader
Although Rabbi Elliot I. Wino-
grad was ordained as an Orthodox
rabbi at the Chaim Berlin Mesivta
Rebbintcal College in Brooklyn, he
will he serving the Conservative
congregation of Temple Israel of
the High Holy Days, assisted
Cantor Abraham Koster,
Temple Israel's nursery, kinder-
garten, Sunday School. Hebrew
School and Bat Mitzvah classes
will be under the supervision of
States at the age of eight. In addi-
tion. Rabbi Winograd has institut-
ed t teenage club, a pre-rabbinicol
institute and adult education
courses.
Majreii David Adorn, Israels first if
" : rural nn which was brgtoi n 7-1
.Aim 01 1930, had 50 branches in 10
Miramar as its new spiritual lead- the rabbi, who was born hWoni-. ,,,,.;, fc,, i*k. em first-aid nau .$
or. He will conduct the services for salcm and came to the United j m about half of Israel's villages.
BY .ESTHER FEINBERG
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Here are new and different ideas that say welcome to friends when they drop in during these
festive days. You'll find appetizers, dips and soup both to tempt appetites and to set a handsome
buffet. Happy New Year from the makers of HeUmann's*7Best Foods*' Real Mayonnaise.
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Chicken Pinwheels
1 cup finely chopped cooked chicken
1/3 cup finely chopped celery
2 tablespoons HELLMANN's/
best foods Real Mayonnaise
1 tablespoon hot ketchup
1 teaspoon lemon juice
5 slices thin sliced while bread,
crusts removed
HELLMANNS/BEST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
Combine first 5 ingredients. Spread
bread with Real Mayonnaise, then
chicken mixture. Roll up. jelly roll
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paper. Chill. Cut each roll into 6
slices before serving. Makes 36 small
sandwiches. (Hcllmann's'Bcst Foods
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Cucumber Bites
I large cucumber f
1 cup lin LMANN'S 'BIST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
1 /2 cup dairy sour cream
1/4 cup shredded carrot
3 tablespoons finely chopped radish
1 tablespoon finely chopped parsley
Salt and Pepper
Remove skin from cucumber, if
desired. Cut cucumber crosswise into
1/2 inch slices. Hollow out each slice,
leaving shell about 1 /4 inch thick.
Chill shells. Chop pulp and combine
with remaining ingredients. Chill.
To serve fill shells with mixture and
serve remaining as dip.
Curry Stuffed Eggs
6 hard cooked eggs, shelled and
cut in half
11A cup finely chopped chicken
1/4 CUp HELLMANN'S/nrST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
1/2 to 1 teaspoon curry powder
1/2 teaspoon grated onion
Salt and Pepper
Remove egg yolks and mash. Mix
yolks and remaining ingredients. I ill
egg whites with mixture. Makes 12 egg
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Cheese Spreed with Horseradish
8 ounces American cheese, finely
shredded (about 2 cups)
1/3 cup hellmann's/bf.st foods
Real Mayonnaise
1 tablespoon horseradish
Dash Tabasco
Salt and Pepper
Celery stalks, 2 to 3 inches long
Combine first 6 ingredients. Chill. Fill
crisp celery stalks with cheese filling.
Makes about 1 cup cheese spread.
Spinach Dip
I CUp HELLMANN'S'BEST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
1 cup dairy sour cream
1 cup finely chopped raw spinach
./4 cup chopped parsley
2 tablespoons dried chopped chives
1/2 teaspoon salt
Dash pepper
Combine ingredients. Chill. Makes
3 1/4 cups.
Avocado and Pine Nut Dip
2 ripe medium avocados, peeled.
pitted and mashed
2 tablespoons lemon juice
2 teaspoons lime juice
1. 2 cup chopped pine nuts
1 firm tomato, coarsely chopped
and drained
3 seal I ions, thinly sliced (optional)
1/2 clove garlic, crushed (optional)
2 tablespoons in llmann's/
best foods Real Mayonnaise
3/4 teaspoon salt
1/4 teaspoon ground coriander
1/4 teaspoon pepper
Dash Tabasco (optional)
Mix avocado, lemon and lime juices.
Gently stir in remaining ingredients.
Cover tightly to prevent avocado from
becoming dark. Chill until serving
time. Garnish with tomato and parsley,
if desired. Serve with carrot and
celery slicks or crisp crackers. Makes
2 3/4 cups.
Chilled Tomato-Orange Soup
4 1/2 teaspoons corn starch
1 teaspoon salt
3 cups tomato juice
1 cup orange juice
1/2 cup drained, finely chopped
orange sections
3 tablespoons lemon juice
2 tablespoons dairy sour cream
1/4 cup hellmann's/best foods
Real Mayonnaise
Chopped parsley
Combine corn starch and salt in
saucepan. Gradually stir in tomato and
orange juices. Stirring constantly,
bring to boil over medium heat and
boil until mixture clears and thickens
slightly. Mix in orange sections and
lemon juice. Cool, then chill. Mix sour
cream and Real Mayonnaise. To serve
pour soup into containers and top
with dollop of mayonnaise mixture
and parsley. Makes 6 servings.
If desired, soup may be served hot.
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Friday, September 5, 1969
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ROASTED AND STUFFED SPICED DUCKLING
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Stuffing:
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1 teaspoon salt
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Prepare the stuffing, mixing javtty
la si >. sew the opening or sk werl U ith thr Truss
so duckling will have a nice shape roast in shallow
pan, bi side up, uncovered. After L% hours, turn, brown the
nth.', side. If you prepared roasted potatoes they should be idded
to the juices in the pan at this tkne. Continue roasting, allowing
another half hour to an hour. (The duckling his much fat under
its skin, so there is no need for basting.) Remove from oven.
discard trussing threads and skewers and place >-, a warm
plotter. Let stand a few minutes before carving.
BOASTED WHOLE POTATOES (Serves 8)
2 pounds small potatoes
2 teaspoons salt
Boil small unpeeled potatoes in salted water until tender.
Peel under cold water (or potatoes can be cooked several hours
be-lore dinner, i Add peeled potatoes to roast duckling pan about
45 minutes liefore bird is done. While the roasting is completed,
turn potatoes occasionally to brown evenly on all sides.
CARROT ROUND > (Tzimmtw)
GOLDEN
For 8 persons:
2 pounds carrots
' cup margarine
/i cup sugar
M; cup honey
Vz teaspoon salt
K teaspoon allsp:>>
Ht teaspoon, cinnamon
Clean the carrots and slice int) thin rounds. Heat margarine
in a saucepan, add carrots and fry lightly about 5 minutes, toss-
ing them in the pan. Add sugar, honey, 1/3 cup water and
spices, bring to a boil. Cover and cook over reduced heat until
liquid is absorbed about one hour.
VEGETABLE SALAD (Serve* Si
1 small head of lettuce 2 carrots, shredd I
2 tomatoes 2 tabl spa I
1 cucumber or salad oil
1 bell pepper Jules ''''' '''' '-'"""' '
Cut vegetables into bite-sized inks. Just 1 >f serving,
season to taste with salt, pepper and a dash E:

FRUIT COMPOTE
l\t lbs. mixed Iried fruit Vi cup s -
6 cui.s .'.-' r
Cook fruit in the wa1 ....... t has I ':'..'
hours Co ih until ten lei ibout 45 minutes
ssary. Chill and rve cold
HONEY < \
ggg :._ 1 : >
up sugar iasp gr mr :
. hoi ; teaspoon
5 tabli -oil 3
3 ( ups flour i3poons 1 tan!
i t< a ; on salt L
2 teaspoons baking powder
Separab the eggs beat the; Iks wil far unl
Add oil and honey beating after M x flour, sail
l ah '. w lei s spices and nuts togeth In la ..
pare a strong cup of coffee by add ng \ oor.s insl
to a cup of warm water. Add I i' -:,'- : v
alternately with coffee, stirr :ig i te i Iditl >n. Stir unl
all ingredients are well-blended. Whip egg-u il Into >ry stiff
meringue: fold gently into th bati Pm : -t ji ised pan
and bake at 325 degrees about 80 minutes Test t >r I nem -- w il 1
a toothpick before removing from oven. (Toothpick me
out clean if cake is done."
APPLE AND HONEY STRUDEL
On Rosh Hashanah it is customary to dip app honey as
a good omen for a happy and swfet year. We suggest that you
combine those two elements to produce n good strudel which can
be served as a last course of a festive meal, as a snack.
Dough:
.Grossman. Sheila Lubin, Eileen
Greenfield and Phyliss Halper, as
bridesmaids.
Stanton Gershon served as the
1,, S| n ail; the bride's brotto r,
Bai ry 1 -oop 1. Ki nncth D
Lawn nee Kal :i n. Norm
and James Lipkin < re us
\ ; ; \t. mli d '1 'i' > n oon in
England ;' in 1 S itz rlai d and
Italy. Mr. and Mrs, Zii n w ill re-
turn to Athens. Ga.. where they
will live while continuing tbefej
education at the University 0f
Georgia.
].:. have lived :n Columbia
S38 Its first congrc u 1
nou ((nouti as 1
lWH (trnnded in I j" .
- : u 1.7
10.00
1 : saspoon salt
11. cup water
2 tableslpoona oil
'; cup riisins
% cup slivered almonds
1 teaspoon cinnamon
2'i' cups flour
1 cup margarine
Filling:
4 tart apples (medium size)
4 tablespoons sugar
2 tablespoons honey
3 tablespoons bread crumbs
il 1 Prepare the dough, melting the margarine and combining
with flour and salt, adding water and kneading lightly. Place in
reffigerati r while filling is being prepared (2 ;>es and
tte on a coarse grater; add other ingre-iients and mix well.
1 1 Divide dough in halves; roll out into rectangles ai.it JO x 15
inches. (4i Put half of filling on each, covering about one third
of the dough lengthwise. Roll up. lengthwise, like a jelly roll
fi Idir.g the edges under themselves so the filling will not come
out. Prick the top with a fork or make some decorative cuts,
i Ti 1 Bake at 400 degrees about 30 or 40 minutes, until top turns
golden brown. Top may be sprinkled with confectioners' sugar
when cool, if desired. Makes two medium-sized strudels.
MRS. RICHARD UNH
Ardmor-
Zinn-Cooper
The marriage of Susan Gail
i Cooper, daughter of -Mr. and Mrs.
1 Marvin Cooper, 5003 N. Bay Rd..
I Miami Beach, to Richard Zinn. the
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Zinn.
3301 NE 5th Ave.. was solemnized
at the Diplomat Hotel on Satur-
day. Aug. 23. Rabbi Leon Kronish
I officiated at the 8 p.m. ceremony
] which was followed by a reception
and dinner.
A .graduate of Miami Beach Sen-
ior High School, the bride attended
the University of Wisconsin, where
she majored in Social Work and
was a member of Sigma Delta Tail
sorority. Her husband, who is now
a student at the University of
Georgia, is also a Miami Beach
Si r.ior High School graduate. A
finance major, he is a member of
Tau Epsilon Phi fraternity.
The bride selected a gown of
import, d Ikadid silk organza and
re-embroidered white AL-ncon lace
in the empire demi-fitt-d silhou-
ette with long sleeves appliqued
with matching lace and ending in
{'.: traditional point. Her cat he-
dial length train, bordered with
Alenc in lace, fell gracefully fr m
th sho ild and a lace-trimmed
Uith Iral length mantilla was at-
-.- ch d to a h id] 1 > e of b a 1
::. lei Alei 'in lace.
She .: I 1 I 1 !: 1 11 uquet of
hi bids and si phanotis on
:
1 pink cai -
v. irin ; id ntical
. v. ho pink chiffon,
. ints included the
ara Zinn, maid
, t'n ide's iisl -r. Ell m
tnger, Nan -y
R ipp-A aronson
Susan Terry Aaronson and
Lawrence Henry Ripp were mar-
I Saturday, Aug. 23. at the Al-
giers Hotel.
An elementary school teacher,
the bride, who graduated from the
University ef Miami, is the daugh-
tei of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Aaronson.
9001 SW 17th St. Her husband's
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Ripp of Yonkers, N.Y.
After spending their honeymoon
in New Orleans, the couple will re-
turn to make their home in Miami.
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t'Jenisti fhridiar
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*'. DAVID ]. itNMfrr
Bennett-
Greenhouse
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz anil
Cantor Edward Klein officiated at
tlit* 6:30 p.m. ceremonies uniting
Gail M. Greenhouse and David J.
Bennett in marriage on Sunday.
Aug. 24 in the Napoleon Room of
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a Master's degree there. Her hus-
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Marvin Bennett of Southfield,
Mich., graduated from Mumford I
High School in Detroit and Wayne
State University.
Bern 'ii served her
--' r-in-law as maid ol hoi ; the
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Ms la Ai >1 I ind Mr Bi Ian
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bi ierry Greenhouse, and
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The bride chose a designer's
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Imported silk organza with an
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*~
Geoffrey Bobroff was best man;
ih' groom's brother-in-law, Danny
Ki is, and Joe Caren ushered
After a noneymoon in Jamaica,
iple will be at home at 7713
:-' Kendall Dr.. Miami.
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MRS. STAMtY H. BECK
Beck-Schomburg
The former Marilyn Schom-
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The bride, who is the daughter
oi Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Sehom-
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Jen is? fk>ridii3ir
Friday, September 5, 19G?
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Repeiilance-Turning Back
j
Rabbi Corai
x RABBI KAI.ril Y. ( Alt.MI
'I i-mill.- TilVrcth I-r.it I
In last week's Sklra we read the
igthy Tot hachawhere Moses
imonishea his in'ople with harsh-
ness and warns
the m oi the
calamities thai
will befall Hi>'in
ii they turn
away from G-<1
.m t
their ways. In
this we< k's Sid-
ra. Moses speaks
with tenderness
and with hope.
thai their back-
sliding will not
l>' rmanent but that they will
pent, return unto the Lord and
H will straightaway receive them.
The Hebrew word for repentance
is Tshuva. turning baek. reinstat-
. g onesell in a position of inno-
< nee and integrity. Note how
oses plays on the word Tshuva -
t'rning baek. "And it shall come
i- pas.--, when all these things are
< me upon thee, the blessing and
the curse which I have set before
ee, aid Ihou shall bethink tin-
s' if among nil the nations, whither
j y c.-d hath drivi n thee, and shalt
return unto the Lord thy G-d. and
} arken to His voice that then the
.: ird thy G-d will turn thy captiv-
ity, to have compassion upon thee
: id thou shalt return and hearken
t' thi voice of the Lord and do all
s commandments if thou turn
to the Lord thy G-d with all thy
h*ar! and with all thy soul."
Vlahnonides sums op and for all
ti ne the Jewish attitude toward
nitei ce. 11 translate freely.i
an has free will to direct him-
- Ii towards the way that is pood
and be righteous or to direct him-
self toward evil ways and !> one
w icked.
"Lot no thought occur to you.
such as is held by fools among the
Gentiles and by some ignorant
Jews, namely that the Holy One
Blessed i* He decrees concerning
man at his very birth whether he
be righteous or wicked. It is nol so.
Ii is possible for every one to be
. as righteous as Moses our teacher
or as wicked as .' roboam, to be
either a wise man or a fool, cither
merciful or hard-hearted, a miser
or prince. N'o one forces him and
determines the road he takes but
he himself. By his own understand-
ing hi' decides whatever road he
wills.
"And do not say that repentance
applies only in eases of sins where-
in a deed has been committed, such
as adultery, violence, robbery. Man
must search and repent as well of
sinful attitudes of mind, such as
anger, hatred, jealousy, frivolity.
the chasing after money, the chas-
ing alter honor, gluttony and the
like.
"To bo sure sins where a died
is committed are more grievous,
for once sunk in them, it is diffi-
cult to break with them. Let not
the penitent consider that because
o." his past sins and transgressions
he is far from the company of the
completely righteous it is not so.
lie is previous and beloved by G-d.
as if he hail never sinned."
Our Sages have taught the pen-
itents stand higher in the sight of
G-d than the righteous who have
in ver sinned. The Prophet Hosea
calls to all of us and at all times.
"Return O. Israel, to the Lord thy
G-d."
r^ciiPiious 4*^4
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erviccs
Question
Box
MIAMI
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morris Barr. 1
ANSHE EMES. 2b33 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz. 2
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
dall Or., S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr. 3
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SW 3rd Ave.
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phmeas Weber-
man. 30
HYIdny 7 P.m. Snturnn) R:9 a.m. Sei
,..,.: "The I-.ii.I i.- 11...... Sellchol
>,i \ Iopm i n in-
SEPHARDIC 7EW*ISH CENTER. 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahnnas. 31
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A. Ben.
'riy'RABBI SAMt'EL .T. FOX
By ItABBI SAMUEL .1. VOX
What is the "Paroeheth"?
_ The "Paroeheth" is the curti
unaiu MtflMi beach ,n:i' !< usually suspended, eithe
conserv^?" ifafbi *Z "MS ADATH VESHURUN .TEMPLE, 1025 on the OUtSidC Of the Ark wh c
^,JT%JSm^Sh^. holds the Torah, according to u,.
Cantor TiborMo-.es. 33 kona/IC ritual, or inside the .V
which holds the Torah. accordin
lO Sephardic ritual. The gen
purpose of this curtain is trace I I
the Bible which describes such
curtain in the Holy Sanctuary t
"s pai ite between the "Holy" ai
4
Tin
S. II-
Cantor William W. Lipsor,.
Pridnj 6p.m. Suturilnj n n
Tonih l..-s"n Minohn 7:sn p.m.
eliei Si'i-viri l- midnight.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. 9
Kritlnj 7:1." p.m. Saturdaj 9 n.m. nncl
12 midnight Sellchnl S. n Ii Si -
men: "A Nigh I of Contemplation "
BETH TORAH. NE 164tn St. at 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip.
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 34
I'liilnv ; p in and *:!." P.m Hat Mils-
v.,ii; Abl ) iiighti r ( Mr ami Mm
Harrj HantM Si rm m 'Wh} Han
lh,. i : -,.i \:.ii..ii- N'ever Condemn-
i-d Arab Atrocities Whlli I* ael He-
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave. .
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max mains the S.-apeirmil Satu ill > "Holyol Holies (Exodus
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson. 6 n.m liar Mitzvah: htcven, -"" 01 air.
Satunlay S:4S n.m. Sermon; "We Must and Mn Julen \ enooK.
!;:..:.;";;;,:'V,:!iv;iS^Jft&Si .-ma. aphl5nw
Conservative. Rabbi Charles rtunei.
Cantor Jack Lerner. 38
(imdenaky, 6:45 p.m. The Porti
Law. 7:1". p.m, Sermon: "We Asaumr
lloHponailiillty." 11:13 l> ni. buffet-
rapper. 13 midnight Selichot Services.
BETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW
8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkea 8
Flrndy 8:13 p.m. "Tin- Meaning ol
Selichot." Saturday p.m. Social
Hour. 12 midnight Selichot Services.
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DADE.
Temporary office, 18801 NE 22nd Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kingsley. .'
Saturday Selichot Services IS mid-
night,
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) Or GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnaas. 11
Friday 6:36 p.m, Saturday *:4fi n.m.
and i" p.m Social Hour. 10:30 p.m.
Asli The Rabbi." 11:30 p.m. Seliohol
ServlceH.
3737
12
*
Some commentaries claim tha1
this is like a separation betwe
the King and the people to gi\
added aura to the divine pn senc
of the divine King. Some cla
that if it were not for this curt ai
the congregation would ahva\ -
have to remain standing, since i'
is forbidden to sit in the present
if royalty, especially the royalt.
1 of the Divine Presence.

CANDIELIGH.ING TIME
22 ELUL-7:16
'' .......... It'l :! In .....I. ..IIJ.I ., i .....i:
MINYONAIREo oVNAGOGUE.
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional
OR OLOM (TEMPLE). 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Clix-
man. Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari 13
Friday \ p.m. Bnturrta) 8:30 n.m. Rnr
Mltxvah: Rernard. wn of Mr and
Mi- Max Rloom. 10 p.m Social. Sell-
. hot Bervloea IS mhlniRhl
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. 1*
Saturday l" P.m. Coffee Hour and
Reception Seliohol Services IS mi'l-
ii it'll r.
TIFERETH JACOb (TEMPLE). 951
E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein. 15
Friil.i.v 7 p.m. Siiiunliiy I" B ttl Selichot
Services IS miilninht.
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah t.
Caplan. 38
Friday 5:30 p.m Saturday a.m Ser-
mon: i hi Hi' Threshold ( a New
Vear." Followed hy .i Kiddush, 11:30
p.m. "Ask Hi. Rabbi Followed by
Sellchol Services
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rabbi Naftali Porush. 89
CORAL GABLES
JUDEA (TEMPLE). 5500
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi
per.
Frldav p.m. Savturdtiy i" i.m.
SiH-ial Hour Sellchol Serives n I'.ni maud Thee this day shall He i
thine heart" i Deuteronomy G:6
Granada
Morris Kip-
40
It is interesting to note that <'
the one hand the |>ecp!e ol Israe
is asked to feel the presence o
God in their midst and on th'
other hand they are to feel tha'
there is a distance between th'
immortal one and His mortal sub-
jects. In our prayers, therefore
God is addressed both as th-
Father and the Kins (Abinu Ma.
kenu i simultaneously.
Why is it eiiStomar> to take
the fringe* in the left hand when
reciting the Shema'.'
Some explain that this is don
because the left hand is the 01
nearer the heart and the Sheni
contains a commandment savin.
and these words which I con
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
[\itzavim-\ ayeleckh
Muses speaks to all Israel, nun and women, from the
\\ odman to the drawer of water.
v. are standing this daj all of you before the Lord
your (Jud: your heads, your tribes, your elder-, and your
ol leers" tDeut 29:9t.
NITZAVIM v. an standing thi- day all of you before the
Lord your God thai thou shouldest enter into the covenant
ol the Lord thy God and into His oath which the Lord thy
God maketh with thee this day; that He may establish thee this
day mi i Himsell lor a people, and that He may be unto thee a
God, as Hi lOke unto Iheo. and as II.' swore Unto thy fathers.
to A iraham, to Isaac, and to Jacob, Neither with you only do I
make this covenant and this oath; but with him that standeth
hen with us this daj before the Lord our God. and also with
him that is nol here with us this day The secret things be-
long unto the Lord our God; but the things that are revealed
belong unto us and tc our children for ever, thai we may do all
the vor Is of this law" i Dcut. 29:9-28).
'I call heaven and earth to witness against you this day.
thai I have set before thee life and death, the blessing and the
curse; then fort choose life, thai thou mayest live thou and thy
si ed" i Deut. 30:19).
VAYELECKH Moses writes the sacred Torah
'And Mosi \: ite tin- law, and delivered it unto the
priests and unto all thi elders of Israel" (Dcut. 31:9).
'And M si went and spoke these words unto all Israel. And
he said unto them; i am a bundled and (went) years old this
1 can no more go oul and come in; and the Lord hath said
unto mo: Thou .-bolt not go over this Jordan .' And Moses
called unto I ishua, and -aid unto him in the sight Of all Israel:
'Be strong and ol good courage; for thou shalt go with this
people into the i nil which ihe Lord hath sworn unto their
lather-, to give them; and thou shalt cause them to inherit it .'
And Moses wrote this law. and delivered it unto the priests the
BOni of Levi that DOM the arl< of the covenant of the Lord, and
unto all the elder- ol Israel Now therefore write ye this
song foi you, and teach thou it the children of Israel; put it in
their mouths, that this song ma> be a witness for Me against
the children of Israel" (Deut. 31:1-19).
This recounting of the Weelr/y Portion of tho Lsw is xtrsctod
and based upon "Tht Graphic History of tho Jewish Heritage,"
dited by P. Wollman-Tsotnlr. $15. Publisher is Shengold, and tha
volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President
of tha society distributing tho volume is Joseph Schlano.
ZION (TEMPLE). 8000 Miller Rd.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. 16
HMTH MIAMI
TEMPLE BETH MOSHE, 13600 W.
Dixie Hwy. Conservative. Rabbi
Joseph A. Gorfinkel. Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbaum. 35
Frldav 8:1." p.m. Sermon: "Silence
That I* V iT Ooldon." Sellchol Ser-
vieen l- midnight.
ZAMORA (TEMPLE). 44 Zamora Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger.
41
Friday p.m Snturdaj IS in.
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. r801 Carlyle Ave. EMANU-EL.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
FT. LAUDEIDALE
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). 547 E
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheldon
Edwards. Cantor Maurice \eu.
42
l'i i.l:i> s r. p.m Sermon: "On The
Threxhnld." Saturday H o.m Sermon:
"Tonight At Lous !->' Followed
bS ii KlddUHh.
II is also a custom to look at tl
fringes when reciting the portio
of the Shema which reads "and >
shall see them" (Numbers 15:39>
There are some who claim that h
who concentrates on the t\\
fringes which come over the front
ol the person is gazing upon thei
10 knots which correspond to th
10 elements of the Kabbalah, an
that he almost beholds the pres-
1801 S Andrews Ave
Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton ence ol the Almighty iH'cause I
4?
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40tn St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wein. 18
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BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
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BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1546
Jeffrrson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
i Friday '" n.m. Saturday *:SH :i m.
Sermon: "Stnndlns: Together." m n.m.
Rerention and Collation, 12 midnight
1 Sellchol Servleea. Sermon: "Prepar-
ing for Penitenre "
CENTER
44
Cantor Jerome Klement.
HALLANDALE
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HALLANDALE JEWISH
126 N.E. First Ave.
HOLLYWOOD
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BETH EL (TEMPLEl. S 14th Ava
Reform. Rabbi S.imuel Jaffe. 4
(-iiil;i> \ i'. i > in .\;. .ni......,i "The
Penitential M.....I" Saturday 11 n in
liar MilKvah; Jonhun Mrinn. .-mi of
Dr. nnd Mm, Samuel '/. Jaffee
10 knots in addition to the 1
strands which come out in fit" "
ol him add up to L'li which is th
mathematical equivalent ol the
holy name of the Almighty.
Whj do some people actuallj
kiss the fringes in certain |wrta
of the Shema?
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Assistant Rabbi JerroM
Levy. Cantor David Convisor. ?1
Friday 8:15 pm Sormon: "Pome rpi
i"s Reaunn Together." Conaecrntlon
of Temnle Offleera and Dlreoforn hy
Ftnbhl Kronlah. Saturday 1":1"' a.m
BETH TPILAH. 936 Euclid Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. 22
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE). 172B
Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbi
Morton Malavsky. Cantor Irving
Cold. 44
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SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun. 47
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washinqton Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rosencwaig. 23
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EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative. R.ihbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi AdlT.
Frtdnv 6:*fl n m Saturday 9 n m. The
Weekly Portion of Ihe Blhle. Bar
Uitxvnh: Bcnti Douirlnti, aon of Dr.
nnd Urn HUto-n Welnkle. Bellchnl
Servli ea IS midnight
-
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pin^tr^e
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. 25
Some claim that this is a meas-
ure of showing one's intense d<
\otion to the commandments o
the Almighty. The fringes are es-
pecially kissed when mention i-
made thai the Almighty and Hi-
word are eternal perhaps as
measure of showing Indomitah
' faith in His eternity. Others clai
i that the words expressing lh
ISRAEL (TEMPLE)-6920 S W. 35th eti lllity of the Almighty B
St. Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J. i equivalent to exiiiessions of bless-
Winograd. Cantor Abraham Koster. ... i.; i....., u;,,i, oi
4j ings to tlie Almighty which ai
found in the Bible and that son
P0MPAN0 BEACH r these expressions have the sanv
,,,, ...___" "" mathematical equivalent as tin
SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 132 SE 11th Ava .r .. ... ,. ... i. .. ,,,.
Conservative. Rflbbi Morns A. Skop w"1(' IzltZlth, W huh Is I lel)l eW 1"
MJRAMAR
Cantor Michael Frederick
SURFSIDE
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JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY i
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave. |
Orthodox. Rabhi Tibor H. Stern.
Cantor Mever Enqel
sntunliiv s:::! i m Sermon: "When the
World Si.-inils Si ill.'' Sellchol Bervlci-v
1 miilnight. Sernion: "A Lantern by
XiBhr."
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Cantor Abraham Seif. 27
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
9293 Harding Ave.. Sgrfside. Towr
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. Vine
6c bollzed by the fringes.
' fringes. This is a means of demon
strating thai the faith in the Al-
mighty is an empty faith unli"-
we are loyal to and observe Ih-
commandments which are syn


1
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r.
rocjrama
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 820 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz. Cantor Nico Feldman. 28
NER TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St. and
Tatum Waterway. Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 2*
Saturday ift n.m. Social. Sellchol Ser-
vices U:M n.m Sermon: Sellchol -
Tho Midnight of Lift
Sept.
Sept.
Ch. 10, 9:,"?0 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour.
Host: Rabbi Morris A. Kipper.
Temple Judea, Coral Gables
-Th. 7, 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice.
Host: Rabbi Eugene LaboviU,
Temple Ner Tamid, Miami Beach.
Topic: Slichot Evening
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h portion and a sprinkle ol
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fJenisfr Mnridli&n
Friday, September 5, 1969
Temple Judea Sets
Dates For Coffees
The first coffee honoring new
members of Temple Judea will bo
held on Tuesday it the homo of
diaries Sokol, wo Paradlso Ave..
Coral Gables.
A second coffee will l>e held on
Tuesday. Sept. 16, at the home of
Mrs. Marvin Levin, 13300 SW "2nd
A\ Both events, for all new
members of the temple and for
present members who would like
to join the Sisterhood, will begin
at l) a m.
Levin are
tions.
Mrs. Sokol and Mrs.
in charge of reserva-

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Temple Emanu-El cantor Zvi Adler, left, Israeli composer
Shmuel Fershko ar.d Abrchcm Seii, cantor of Kneseth Is-
rael, who appeared in concert beiore the Lebediker Branch
of Farband Labci Zionist Order recently in a panormance
arrcnaed by vice preiider.t J>"ciris Fcrer, financial sacretary
Solomon Pcrness: ar.d Cscai S.ho^c. social director of the
croup.
Israel Tourism
Continued Irccn Page 1-C
tourist body i:i Esratl (the Ministry) find* it tweessarv to take an
active role on loeij ax. frequently k> burdened with the ta.sk of developing their own
young communities:. It also takes a direct interest in various pro-
fessional and trade liodies, snob a* these in charce of hotels and
restaurants, transportation arid tears, and manpower, in cognizance
of the fact t&UA no amount ol i-rcmotion abroad can succeed if
tourist service* in the country are not up to par.
A particularly thorny prol is :riat of manpower. The Ministry
runs a number of track schools, i.-: conjunction with other bodies, to
train personnel for hot* Is restaurants, travel agencies and guides. The
difficulty is in attracting yojng mtn and women willing to go into hotel
work, which many tend to consider demeaning. Guides, on the other
hand, are of a uniformly high standard, and because of the multifarious
origins of the population work in virtually any language required.
With Israel's tourist image ever more firmly established among
the genera] public abroad, promotion is being increasingly directed at
specific markets. Son,' oi thS( art | ..pirns and religious circles, both
Jewish and gentili foi whom th attraction of the Holy Land is clear;
youth and students bom the possibility of living and working in a
kibbutz is a great attraction; international organizations which can
hold their congresses Israt ai fessional groups such as teachers,
farmers, socii s, architects, physicians and mar... others who
come to Israel stud} t<
The future t for Israel's tourism, and the
tourist figui I eved in 1S69 will i onfirm thai this
brant b. of th< as come of age in its 21st year.
Dental Society Dinner Planned
The annual '
of the Miami Beach EX tal So-
ciety will be 1 at the 1
-: ti Sal rday,
Gerald W< rniek, bits nts
chairman.
Dr. Victor LeT.cnr.ei
stalled ;-- I and Dr.
nick as pre-, lent-* ct; -
rotary will be 1
and Dr. Joel H u ti
Special School Moves
The Children's Cent >r. a nor.
pr ifit i ij scho >1 for emotion illy-
disturbed children between the
- of T ind 10 wh > are unable
i functi in in a r fular school en-
vironment, has moved to larger
qU irte 3 ,c tted ai 2600 SW 2nd
Ave. The now facility includes a
recreation hall as well as eight
large classrooms, making it possi-
ble for the school to accommodate
between TO and 100 children. For
further information, contact Mrs.
All n E Alman.
SIMONS
WVEMNG
The unveiling of a Memorial
to the memory o. the late
HARRY (POP)
SIMONS
will take place Thursday,
September 18th at 4:30 P.M.
at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with
RABBI SOI IANDAU officiating.
Friends and relatives are
invited fo offend.
K^joraon jj-iiwcrci omc
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treas rer
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ham, Dr. J ihn i k
Dr. A !n \< rwo I ind I >'. M
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per.

Cedars Honors Its
Teen Volunteers
Teen- I ecp3ve
service awards from C<
Lebanon Hospital at the to
Restaurant Sa1 Mrs
Byron Sparber, president
Women's Auxilia
speak on "Youth M< i t* U S a<
Age Challenge" at 11
Mrs. Normar EOlson, <
volunteers v.
to high school sf lents 1
assistance durit
months and a sp
go to "The TV en Vor
Year," whose identity wi] be re-
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Temple Or Olom Starts
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.- .- erho I "f Tem| !e O" Olom
.- hold the first in a s Tie- if
th j book rev:: .vs and br >ak-
.- fri m 10 a.m. to noon Wedni --
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Paqe 11-C
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84319
IRE: Estati of.
MiNBV N. SL1FKIX
Deceased.
I NOTICE TO CREDITORS
h All CnsiUtors and All Persons HftV-
Jg claims or Demands Against said
|V\>u arc hereby notified and requir-
1 i.i ini-si ill any laims and demands
Bij, li \ou may have against th. is-
lie of RAH-NEk N. SI.11'KIN d*.
Used into "f I>:1 County, Florida,
> tin- County Judgn b of Dad,- County, 1
[,,; file the name In duplicate and
[ provided in Section 733.16, Florida
i ituteH, in tii. Ir offices in the County
purthouse in I'aiU' County, Florida,
liiliin six calendar months from the
li.n- of Hi'- first publication hereof, or
same will be barred.
,11 ed at .Miami. Florida, this 11th
..1 August. AD. 1 989.
ETT V I.. SI.I FEIN
As Kxecutrix
I First publication ol this nntioe on
I i.-.ih day of August, 1969.
I. tWARD It. ItlliSCH
Ittorney for Executrix
|..| Him a) ni Bouli vard,
|i..!lli, Florida
s 15-22-29 9 .">
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY r.iviiv that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in lnislnes- under the flctltluus name
of Tin: OBELISK al ) N.E. tilth j
Street, Miami. Florida Intend* to !
rcgigtM' said name with ihe Clerk "i
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
OBELISK INTERIORS, INC.
a Florida corporation
By: Sai.i.y KATZ, Provident
Attest: (1EORGE E. F. ADAMS
?wmi^-Ti. amn r
M \TTHBWS. MA.NDINA
& I.IPSKY
Attorneys for
OIIELISK INTERIORS, INC.
a Florida corporaClon
s/ir.-:e-:9 9/5
NOTICE UNDER
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NOTICE IS HEREBY ';i\ EN that
th*- uiulti'signed, ii. Hiring t" ngagc
in business under tin- flctitlnur nami
of HlirsE OF iTSTti.M rAHINETS
at I74L- X.K. I8rd St., North .Miami
pleach, Florida Intend to register
said name with the Clerk of the Clr-
eull Court of Dado County, Florida.
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IRVING STEINBERG
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^ 22-29 : 5-12
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N THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
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No. 84656
h l;;:- Etitate of
OR" iTHY K. FINK,
1>. n.-ed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To AH Creditors and All Persona Hav-
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E late:
You are hereby notified and requir- '
t to present any claims ami dc-manda i
Which you may lay. against the es-
.. of DOROTHY K. FINK, deceaxod
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'ounty Judg. s .if Dade County, and
,> the name in duplicate and as
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itutefl ,iii their offices in the County
urthouae in Dade County, Florida,
'..ii fix calendar months from the
ae of the first publication hereof,
the same will be barred,
t.d at Miami. Florida, this llth
of August, AD. 1969.
RICHARD K. FINK
As Executor
t publication of this noli,,, on
t' '.th day of August. 1969.
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A I- > s for Executor
1 ne Building
S 15-22-29 9 :.
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-13189
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IV \l i:i:ik LYNN I.ami,
Plaintiff,
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"EN S I.WO,
i idnnt.
STEVEN s I,am:,
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u, sti:\ en s. i am;, are here-
in I fled that a Hill of Complain! !
Divorce has been filed against I
... and you are required to serve
copy of ynur Answer or Pleading to
Hill of Complaint on the Plain-'
i i Rttoi icy, (;i:< (ROE OII.F.F.RT.
lulte 229, i ii Lincoln Road Bldg
ami Reach, Florida 33139 and file
rinal Answer or Pleading In
i.....I the Clerk of the Clr-
uit Curt on or before Ihe 12th dav
if Si ptembi r, >9i'.9. If >..u fail to do
luilgmenl bj default will be taken
you for the relief demanded
the Complaint
'1 notice shall be published once
li v\ e* U for four consecutive Weeks
THE JEWISH l'l iilMPIAN
1" INK AND IRDERED at Miami
this 7th day of August a i>
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s 15-22-29 9 >
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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of CREATIONS IIY PI'SHJATo st
1410-2Oth Street, Miami Beach, Florida,
Intends 10 register -aid name with
tin Clerk of th.. Circuit Court of Dad.
County, Florida.
STYLE WISH CREATORS, INC
By: MICHAF.1,1.. STAHL.
Prt.-ident
GEORGE GILBERT
Attorney for Owner
<>n.- Lincoln Road Building
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
8 13-22-29 9 5
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84709-C
in RE: Estate of
ANTHONY A. FLORENTINE.
Di ased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims ; Demands Against Said
Estat. :
You are hereby notified and re-
QH red :.. present any claims and de-
mands which you may have against
'In 1 tat. 01 ANTHONY A. FLOREN-
TINE deceased late of i:->,.\ Countv,
New Jersey, t.. the County Judges .'.f
Dado County, and lil, the same in
duplicate a-..1 as provided in s.. inn
733.10, hlorlda Statutes, in their of-
fices in tin- County Courthouse In
Dade Cou ity, Florida, within six
ealeiidar months from th. lime of the
first publiiiutlon hereof, .., n,i njime
mil ho barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 18th
day of August. A D. 1969
VF.I.VA LORRAINE FIRENTINE
As Anclllarj Administratrix C.T \
First publical.......f thin 1 otlce on
t!i. ... .1 day of August, I
MY EHS, KAPI. \\. Pi IRTER
l.i:\l\s. .v ,< KEMN
Attorneys for
Ancillary Administratrix i'TA
1 i "" S \V. 1st St:. .1. Miami
S 22-29 9 5-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY U1VEN that
ih. undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
ANN'S PI ACE at 18773 North Miami
Avenue, North Miami Beach, Florida
intends to register said name with
the Clerk of ihe Circuit Court of Dade
County, Florida.
ANNA HOOTS
GEORGE CII.PKUT .
Attorney for Owner
"ilCl.ineoln Road Building'
HaWaWh, Florida 33139
8 --- :,-V2
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN
the iitiderslgneil, di siring to engnu
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
tin- undersigned, desiring to engage
that!'" business under the fictitious name
lot MIMl HODAS at 2660 Palm Avi
in.- anarrnmoo, m-inng to engage in ; .>h.>m oiuuiw at zeou t'aim Aye..:
I.U'Mn. ss undi r tin fictitious name of i Hialeuh. Florida Intends to register
PARK liF.NAI.I. PIIAU.MACV at I'l*-, said name with the Clerk of th. Clr-
s.w Rth Street, Miami, Florida, in- uil ""urt of Dude County, Florida,
i.nds 10 register said name with ihe ISABEL SANTls. >
Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade 41S w. pjth Place
Countv Florida Ilialiah t'loriihi
unty, Florida.
PENICHET-HERNANDEZ, INC.
ECGENE l.!'..\ll.ic||
Attorney for Penlchet-Hernandex Inc.
^7:"" W. Flagier si.
Miami. Florida
s 15-22-29 :> r,
llial.ah. Florida
R/22-29 '1
i -12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84626
lii RE: Estate of
Ml." Kill PP
I .-asi-d.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Persons Hav-
ing Claim- or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You an hereby notified a'nd requir-
ed io present any claims and demands
Which j.'u may hav. ngaiusl the es-
tato of NILS Klft'PP deceased late
of Dade County, Florida, l the County
Judges of Dade County, and file the
same in duplicate and as provided in
Section 733,16, I-'k.ri.la Statutes, in
their offices in the Count:. Court-
house in Dad. County. Florida, with-
in -i\ calendar months from tin- time
of tin- first publication hereof, or Ihe
-a m, w :ii h.- barred,
Dated .11 Miami, Florida,
day of August, \ I> '';:
I.II.1.1 \N Kltl'PP
As Executrix
First publication of thin notice
the 22nd day of Auuum. 19(19
CRISTOI and ROSE
Ai lorn.-\ s On- Ext < utri\
_i N.E First Avenue
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
tin undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of AIR-FLOW POOLS at 77.::. W.
10th Avenue, Hlaleah Intends to re- ;
gisi.r said nam. with ihe Clerk of
tin Circuit Court of Dade Countv,'
Florida
AIR-FIjOW INDUSTRIES INC.
LEONARD RAKISH
Attorney for Applicant
1629 DuPoill Building
s 82-29 9 ".-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIS EN II t
ih. undersigned, desiring to nu-ag.
husiness under the fictitious name* >(
MATERNITY MODES and MATE .-
NITY EXCLCSIVES at 11 --.t N
L'Tth Avenue, Opa Ijocka, Florida
I. ml Io register said nam.- tli the
Clerk, of the Circuit Court .,( Duao
County, Florida.
JA.MKS K'ASSNliR
11 i:\11v KAssxBJl
ERNA KASSNEK
* Trust*! ajMIcnrf -Prti-- *
ERNA KASSNER,
Tiustei of Anita's Trust
HERBERT SCHOENBROD,
Trusli. of Erna's Trust '
HERBERT SCHOENBROD,
Trust......f Steven's Trust
HERBERT SCHOENBROD.
Trustee of Then sa Anns Trust
HERBERT SCHOENBROD,
Trustee of David Floyd's Trust
HERBERT SCHOENBROD,
Trustee of Pamela's Trust
HERBERT SCHOENBROD,
Trustee of Kathy's Trust
HERBERT SCH< >ENBROD,
Trust.-, of Judith's Trust
A PARTNERSHIP
PRED and NEWMAN
Rni Dade Fedi ml Pudding
Miami, Florida 33131
Attorneys for 11\\ inrs
8/22-20 9/S-12
18th
..' 29
'-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
mi.1. : Igui d, .:. irlng :.. engage in
I under the fictitious name
It sv.'.PN I'l.ash PHOTOGRAPHY
>: 131 x. Federal Highway, Hallan-
lale, Florldn ami or Suite 229 One
[-''' "I" Road Building, Miami Bench,
i/'ni.i intends 10 register said name
.in the Clerk of the Circuit Court
II ide aunty, Florida
.____''<' 3 i.oni'i:z
KENNETH N. ReKANT
Attorn, y for
RICICJ LORTEZ
s ,. __..,
'..... Lincoln Road Bldg.
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
8, 22-29 9 .".-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
, No. 84696
In RE: Estate of
SAMI'DIi GITLEN
Deceasi .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing < laims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
'"''' ,; i" presi ni any ,-laims and
demands which you may hav. against
the estate of SAMl'EL GITLEN de-
'i In ..f 1 lade County, Florida,
to ih. Count] .ludg. s of Dad.- County,
ami tile ihe tamo in duplli ate and aa
provided in Section 7S3.I8, Florida
Matutes, In their offices In ihe Counts
' Ihoui e in Dad.- County, Florida,
within sis eali ndar months from the
time of ihe first publication hereof,
or tin sanra w ill he harred
11 ted nl Miami, Florida, this 14th
i iy of August, a D IS69
I.lid,IAN MORRIS
As Kx.'.'utrlx
First publication of this notice oil
the 22 day of August. 1969
FAUNCE, FINK & FOK.MAX
Altorn.ys for tli,'
Executrix and the Estate
K.02 Congress Building,
-Miami, Floridu 33132
tJ.St-29 9/5-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84737
In RE: Estat.....'
FANNIE CRANBERG
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav.
lug claim'- or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified ,...l rt |U
ed to present any claims mid d. 1 d
which you may hav. aguli I 1
tat. ..I FANNIE CRANBERG I 1
ed, late of Dad.- County. Florida, t,.
ih. County Judges of Dad< County,
and flh ih.- sane In duplicate and
us provided In Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, In their office* In thi Counts
Courthouse in Dado County, Florida,
within six ad ndar in mthi from the
1 Ime ..1 the 1 Irst publli ntloii hi r. !.
or the same u ill he hat red
I pd nl Miami. I"1 1 liis Iftth
Angus:. A I .
SYLVIA TRt >Y
LAWRENCE r v RERG
GILBERT > "RA S'BERG
Exei nti r
lib
:' lai ol \ inn
RICHARD GROSS
Attnr v 1 ir Ex. utora
BOS fin, 11 Read
Miami Rea. h, Fit Ida
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-13768
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
. "LEVEI AVI 1 REID,
PI tint iff
E\ I'.I.VN REID,
Defendant
Tt i: BVBI.VN REID
lo.'l." North Broad ay
Baltimore, Maryland
You, EVELYN REID,
no.I that a Kill of .
Divorce has been filed
and you are n iiuired 1
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-12774
NOTICE OF ACTION
MINNIE LEE HAMILTON.
Plaintiff,
vs.
KENNETH EI.WOOD HAMILTON,
Defendant.
TO: KENNETH
EIAYOOD HAMILTON
Residence unknov 11
YOI' ARE NOTIFIED that an Action
for Divorce has been filed against y..u
and you ar. required to serve a copy
of s'our wrilien def uses, if any to
it. 011 E. PAll. BBATTY, Plaint iff s
Attorney, \\h< address is |is)3 Sev-
hold Building, .Miami. Florida, on ,.r
before September 22nd, l*>69, ami file
tin- original with th.- Clerk of this
Court either before service on Plain-
tiff's AI tomes .a- Immediate^ there-
after; otherwise a default will be en-
tered :. mst you for Ihe 1 lief .1. -
in., n.i. .1 in the Clmplnint.
U ITNESS my hand and Ihe -. ..I
of this Court on August 19th, 1969.
i: P. LEATHERMAN
As "lerk of ih. Court
lS P "'.Pi:i.AN|i
As I. puts 'h : i^
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUPT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84808
In RE: Estate of
ARNOl D SEEDER,
Ii. ceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persi ns II 1 -
Ing Claims or Demands Against S
Estate:
You are hereby notified ami requ
ed io present any claims and Icmii
which you may nave against tin- -
I tai. of ARNOl D SEEDER (li.....a
late ..f Dade County. Florida, to the
County Judges of Dado County, and
til.- ih.- same in duplicate and
provided in Section 733.16, Flori
Statutes, in their offices in tin Cout
1 Courthouse in Dade County, Florli
within m\ cnlendar months 'r^m i
. tun. of ih. first publication hen
or th" same will be harred.
Dated ai Miami. Florida 'his l --
day ..f August, A D 1969.
I.I 1 II I.I-: SEEDER
.\ Executrix of
Estateof Arnold Seeder, Deceasi
IIEIMAN AND rilAKV, PA
By: I.' 'CIS MI'I.MAN
Attorn. s for Executrix
1 inn s.w l'li-' str<. t
.Miami, Florida
R/29 9 ".-!--'
-12
ebj
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No 8J45
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In Hi:: Estate of
I.ITIS 1> SlMIWARTZ,
Deceasi .1
To AI! Creditors and All Persons
ll.ii h.LT 1 "la in;- >.' I '< m. nds
Against Said Estate:
Yi.u ar.- hen by 'notified and ri f|Uin d
I., present any .laim and demands
which ^->u in;,-, hav.- against th< state
I of l.nl'is D. SCHWARTZ, deceased
I late of Dado County, Florida, to the
.' unty Judges of Dad.- County, and
file th.' --am. in duplicati 1 nd as pro.
1 Section 733.16, Florida siat-
Utes, in Ihclr offices in the County
Courthouse In Dado Comity, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
..r ih<- Rame will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 22nd
day of August, A 11. i' 119
SEYMOUR I SDH N
As P^cectttor
First publication of this notice on
Ihe !9th day of August, 1969.
SIMON, HAYS & ORI'NDWERG
Ai tomes n Exe* utnr
::"l Alnsley Building,
Miami. Florida 33132
'.'a << S-12-19
are In
'i.niplniiil for
again*) S'ou,
serve a cops
"in .\n-w er or I'l. ..ii"^- to ihe
Bill of Complaint on ihe Plaintiffs
attorney, PAUL kwitnky. isn 1 .in-
..In Road, .Miami Beach, Florida,
....1 Ml.- the "i^inai \..-w,r Plead-
ing in th. offlci .a the Clerk of the
Circuit Court on or before the ;th
das of Si ptember, 1969 If \..u fall
; .! -... Judgmi nl io .1. fiiull ill h<
taktn against \..ii :. th. relic) .i.-
i. .1 in Ih.- Kill Of 1 'omnlaiut.
Tl Is 1101 hull be publUhi
for four......~. .11 -, .... .:.-
HE I E\\ IS!' I'l.' 'Uil d \\
p. IN 1: 1X|1 I iRDEREI > ai
FIl "I.i. :- das lugu> I A !>

: l: li: VTHERMAN. I
Court, I I lie r.iUtlll 1*1
By: U I' SHEA
I on L'l
n 1 Seal)
PAI'l. KWITNBY
:. 'i l.ineoln Hoael
Mil in: I!, a '. I ",.| : I.i
i j for Plaint iff

'.-U
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84659
In 1:1:: Estate ..r
II M:l."i /. p..p. .\i.'H
In ecu .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T mi '' ilil irs mid VII rsims Hav-
1 m- or 1( nun .I- Against Said
Estnti :
'. 11 .'..-e hereby notified and requlr-
,1 I., present any .laim-- and demands
ivhb'h you may hav.- against ih, -
tat.- nf HARRY / l*01OVICH de-
,..-, .1 late of Dad, County. Florida,
lo ih. County Judges of Dad.- County.
1 lil, ih.' am,' In duplicate and as
Florida 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY UIVEN that
ih.- undersigned, desiring to
in business under the fictitious m me
.i K \ l.\\ A'l'.'i > ni 1 1305 South In-.
Highway, Miami. Florida intends to
1 er -aid name With 111"' dors
of the Clri 1111 Curt of Dttde Cmn I
Florida.
KAI.MANs'i.V. W\TTI.PS ,\ CO., i
Florida corporation
Itv: DflNAI D KAI.M.WSiiN
in dent
CAIHIN. ROTHBNBBIM5. KOOAN,
KiiKMtl.I'SI & ROTHBNBBRG
Attorneys for Applicant
Suite .in.".
Blscayne Building
Miami, Florida
8/29 i; 3-12-19
:i. .\ i.i. d in Seel ion
Statutes, in their offices in Ihe County
Courihousi in Dad. c..unt\. Florida,
within sis calendar months from the
lime of ih.- first publication hereof,
01' the same will I..- barred.
I 1.in.I ai .Miami. Florida, tills 21 sl
.lav ..i August. A IV 1969,
MAX H. SILVER
A- l'.\. ut"|-
Flrsl publlcntlo-n of ihi<
I1"' 29lh .1..'. .a' August, 1:".'1
ARONOVITZ, 55INN .<- SILVER
A norm > s for Exi cutor
.. s Alnsley Building
Miami Florida v -' '
.11.
n
:-i2-i9
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ihi undersigned, desiring lo engage
i'ii- n. -- a ..!, 11" 1 1 i.-ii- mi nn
' SHOE I'.' 1CTI1.1i !: at I6W -
: Slr.-ei "nusi rtn; M Inml Bench.
Florida Intends 1.. register said name
Clerk of ih.- 1 "In ult I "in '
1.... 1 County, Fl
FREDEL1 '.: IX il'TLET INC .
I' .la 1 'oroora lion
KENNETH N. Ri KANT
Attorni ) n a Appllcanl
Suite 289
. !. 1 incnhi Road Building
Miami Beach, Florida 33139
*/2H :<, 3-1^-19
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 77173-C
IN RE Kslate of
Ni.lAS SIEl I i:i.MAN.
Di eased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
Ni ill !: i.- hi r.lo given 111 it I
l.:i\ 1 ::' d my Final i:- port and Peti
lion nn Disiribution and final Pis.
charge as Kxccutor nf the estate of
IS I,IAS SIEGEI.MAN, d..... Rlul
that on ih.- 3rd .lav of September,
: 1 \ M. v ';i nppls :.. th.'
11.ni" nble 1 'ounty Judges of 1 lade
Counts', Pi..ri.i:'. for iippnivnl of said
Final Keporl nnil for distribution and
final disclinrgi as ICxe.-utor' of the
esiat. .-f th.- al" edelll
This oh das of .luh. 19119
HARRY I.I'BA, E.M 11 ir
TALIANOFF .V W AI.I.F.H
%
I 1 mill RiiiiiI
nil I:. ach, Florida
: '
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT O^ THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIPCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
No. 69-14281
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I \ MES R. Mel 'i INAI I '.
Plain'iff.
-vs-
JI'LIA M Ml INALD,
I i. 11.knit.
I-. 1 mrs .n 1 ia m. McDonald,
in Arllits ion Bouh \ a nl.
North Arlini! ion, Ni > Jer y
You. .HI.IA JL M. I" IN VI.D, ar.'
fli .1 that a Pill "I ''. ,.
lor I tlvorci 'as h. II I'll, d
> ,-vi. and you are r..iuir. .1 10
cops J' ur v: -w er or Plead-
the Pill of Complaint on ihe
Plaintiffs attorney. DAVID DRl'CK-
i:it. .;..'. I.in. oh. Road. Miami B.....h,
Florida, and til.- tin- ..rigim.I Answer
or Pleading io the offl<-e of Ihe Clerk
..f the I'iri uit Court on : fore Ihe
6th day of October. 1969. I' S'OU fall
do -". Judgment by default will l
taken against you for Ihe relief de-
mand! d in tin- Hill of Complaint,
This noli..- -hall he published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in Till-: JEWISH FIjORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED III Miami,
Florida, this 27th day .a' August, A I'
1969
H B. LE VTHERMAN, '! rk.
dr. un "nurt. I 'ad. 'ounty. Florl
By: L SNEBDEN,
I leputy < "lerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
DAVID DRl'CKER, ESQ.
....-, Lincoln Road- Suite 2"6
M.ami Beach, Florida 33139
Attorni v for Plaintiff
,-12-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY UIVEN that
the undersigned, di ~i>-inn 10 engage In
husini s under thi 1.....
I1BAI 'l". I "I NGK HAIRSTYLISTS
l^ Harding Avenue, Town ol
Su !" Florlila Inti nd '> n-g
-aid nam. w ith the I '! I l< of the
Circuit Court of pi.l. t'out ty, Florida. 1
HERBERT I.IPSIHT/.
MANINE I IPSHCTZ
II AROLD STIU'MPF
Ai lorni >' lor A|ij.li.'.inis
.'. Rlscayne Building
Miami. Florida .: : .'.-12-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
M'T'iK IS HEREBY GIVEN tl.t
ih.- undersigned, desiring t" engage I
1.11-1... under the fictitious nam.
PINO'S WINDOW SALES AND SI'. '.-
VICE 11 '! VY. L".'lli Sii'.-.i. Iliah
Intends ;.. register said name v
Clerk "'. th.- Circuit Court
Dad.- Countv. Florida
I.EOPOIJX PINO
v ;j :: "

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni n ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN II '
ih.- undi raigned, desiring i" engi
m husiness under the flctltl a- mn
nf JARD1N FIN DE SIOLO al J"
Palm Avenue, Dial. ah. Florida Inte
t.. register -."l nam. with Ihi Cl
nf Ihe Circuit Court of Dad.' Coun .
Florida
VEI.INI iN'ZAI.KZ and
EMII.IO CORRAIJ5S
R,22-29 9.5-1;
hen by
plaint
n gainst
m-rvi 11
ing to
la
NOTICE DV PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH J U DICIA L C IRCU IT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTV iN CHANCERY
No. 6 SUIT FOR DIVORCE
\ F.RM >N It.VY iAI'.AW AY
I.. .p. .' 1 i \ 'ARAWAY, '
I.. .1 .
TO: I" 1 ROTH Y O. C \i:\\\ AY
1 I I7\ Pan. .low r. I hive
1 1 ...i li ion, Sou h Carolina
' DOROTHY f! CARAWA '.
Ifled llial a Bill "i >
lilalnl for Dlvorci has n nl
iilnsl you, n.1 you are required
., 1 \. .1 nopj .a s'our Answer or I*!. .
ing to the' Bill of Complalt 1 on 11
I'l. : ni 111 > V' IN ZA.MI'T ..
SMITH, IM2 Capital Bank Building,
Miami, Florida and file the orlglt 1
I Answer or Pleading In the offiei t
ihe Clerk nl ihe Circuit Court on "
I h. fore Ihe 19th day of September,
1969, || j-ou mil to do so, judgmi
by d-fault will be taken agninsl s u
for ih. relief demanded In Ihe Bill C
Complulni
This notice shall be published 01
': week for foui.....naecutivc wi
in THE JEWISH l'l.' IRIDIAX,
DONE and ORDERED at Miami,
' Florida, this 19th day of August A
1909
i: r. 1 K VTHERMAN, Clerk
Cir.'inr Curt. Dade County. Florid.
US : MAROI'ERITB BENT
1 nuty ('lerk
*< 'in un Court Seal)
VI N /AMI I' SMITH
IMS Capital Bank Building
Miami I'l
Vtioi'n. i h nn Plaintiff
l'li..... .:7'.'-i.I'd
g 22 j:.
I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK is HEREBY GIVEN til
the undesigned, desiring to cngagt
business under the fictitious man. -
M Ml KRAY SCHECHTER, M.D.; M
MI'RRAY SCHECHTER, M.D., PA
11 n Coral Way'. M laml. 1'
Intends 10 register sa 1 1 nan -
with the Clerk of the Circuit Cou -
. County, Florida.
M MURRAY SCHECHTER,
M IV. F.A.C.P.,
PRt il'Kssn i\ Al. ASSt iciA'l'ION"
SPARBER VND ROSKIN P A.
At lorn. \ s for Applicant
ilscnyne Blvd.
Miami. Florida 3J132
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*Jeni** fhridliain
Friday, September 5, la,
UNDER THE STRICT AND CONSTANT LOCAL RASB!
NICAL SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIBOR H. STERN
meat and poultry
Jwm
Tishri 1-2
5730
lanan rota pueh
L'SHANA TOVA TIKATEVU VITACHASTEMU
SEPT. 13-14
1969
con
Jkanks Jo our 4^/rlanv/ J-rienas ana K-^itstomers
for their patrenacje. may we wish \tou ana \jony family
tentment, aooa health, ana the fulfillment of uour
deepest wish in life.
In Observance af Rosh Hashanah All Food Fair Kosher Markets Will
Be Closed Sunday, September 14th
WE URGE YOU TO DO YOUR SHOPPING EARLY
SO THAT WE MAY SERVE YOU BETTER
KASHRUTH SUPERVISION
RABBI TIBOR H. STERN, Director
REV. WILLIAM SHULMAN REV. JACOB B. KATZ, Ais't Director
WHOLESALE KOSHER MEAT AND POULTRY WHSL
Soles Managers: SUNNY and JACK
DEPARTMENT MANAGERS
^
MORRIS GROGER
AL MOCAKTZ SOL SIGEL
Supervisor: PHILIP KATZ
MURRY RUBIN
2091 Coral Way,Miami
NOW 4 KOSHER MEAT and POULTRY MARKETS TO SERVE YOU BETTER
163rd Street Shopping Center 19th Street at Alton Road
10th Street & Washington Avenue
MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR