The Jewish Floridian

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

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

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

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University of Florida
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"Jewish Floridlian
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Friday, Septe i~: \l
German Extremists
Struggle Continues
BONN 1JTA1 -Wesl German
I" ice arrested at least 24 per-
- In a melee that broke out
at a rUlly addressed by party*
I ajtk r Adolf Von Thadden and
authorities are cracking down on
the use of uniformed "ushers"
allegedly assigned to keep order
tt election rallies of the ultra-
right-wing National Democratic
Party (NPD' who have been In-
volved in riots that broke out
si NPD meetings In Frankfurt
and other cities recently. The so-
called ushers have been accused
cf beating OP hecklers and as-
saulting passers-by. A ban on
"stewards" who carry sticks and
beat up opponents has been an-
nounced.
Authorities in Frankfurt. Of-
fi nbach and Darmstadt have re-
fused to giant permission for
NPD rallies to be held in view
of the violence attending such
gatherings.
Four young students have ad-
mitted overturning gravestones
in the ancient Jewish cemetery
cf Koln-Deutz near Cologne, it
has been reported. Police said
the vandalism in the cemetery,
which has not been used as a
.! ground for 30 years, was
not politically motivated, but a
message of sympathy was sent
to the local Jewish community
*% Guenther Heidecke, the gov-
ernor of Cologne.
The Central Council of Jews
in Germany, concerned by the
recurrence of cemetery desecra-
tions apd swastika-smearing,
warned of the threat to democ-
racy evidenced by the increasing
extremism.
And in West Berlin, brad's
Ambassador Asher Ben Nathan
addressed an audience of about
1.000. including a number of
Arabs who questioned him. With
police permission, a group of
Arabs demonstrated about a
mile away from the hall where
the Israeli envoy was shaking,
hut there were no disorders like
those occurring several months
ago when he was speaking.
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Friday, September 12, 1989
*Jen>lsti Meridian
Page 3-A
We of B'nai B'rith extend
^P Greetings for the New Year
THE OFFICERS AND BROTHERS OF THE 35 LODGES WHICH COMPRISE
THE B'NAI B-RITH COUNCIL OF SOUTH FLORIDA LODGES, WISH OUR
FELLOW JEWS A HEALTHY, HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR.
WE INVITE YOU TO IDENTIFY WITH B'NAI S'RITH AS MEMBERS,
IF YOU HAVE NOT ALREADY DONE SO, AND JOIN WITH US
IN THE WORK THAT IS TO BE DONE TO MAKE OUR WORLD
BETTER TO LIVE IN FOR ALL HUMANITY.
JOIN WITH US IN THE TEACHINGS OF OUR ORDER .
BENEVOLENCE. BROTHERLY LOVE AND HARMONY.
JACK ROSENBERG
Presidont
B'nai B'rith Council
of South Florid Lodges
COUNCIL OFFICERS 1969-1970
OFFICERS OF FLORIDA STATE ASSOCIATION OF B'NAI B'RITH LODGES
President
President-fled
Vice-President
Vice-Presi&cnt
Mite-President
Vice-President
Treasurer
Secretary
JACK ROSENBERG, 1301 Miami Gardens Dr. N.M.B. (Albert Einstein)
BERY BROWN
JOSEPH MOr- ORES
MALCOLM FROMBERG
RICHARD 00NATH
ALFRED GOLDEN
NOAH SMYLER, 1676 S.W. 20th Street, Miami Flo. 33145 443-7742
SIDNEY RITTER, 18707 N.E. 14th Ave., N.M.B. 33162 949-8895
President
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2nc Viet t rtsMtm
Secretary
Treasurer
BARRY POTLOCK, '10435 S.W. 96 Street, Miami, 33156
ROBERT ROTH, P.O. E-ex 1701 Jacksonville, Fla.
SAMUEL PASCGi, 100 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach 33139
NAT ESKOW, 4006 Kasper Drive, Orlando, Flo. 32806
MORRiS 1. NEWMAN1, 2341 Nosh Street, Clearwoter, Fa.
MICHAEL S$f it, 3823 San Bernardo, Jacksonville, Fla.
COUNCII TRUSTEES 1969-1970
BERNARD AUSTEIN
CHARLCS KOSSOVE
hERMAN NUDELMAK
WILLIAM THOMPSON
JACK BURSTEIN
TRUSTEES
BERNARD LANGBERG
BARRY P0TLOCK
SIDNEY KATES
JEROML NEWC0RN
WILLIAM SHEADE
JACK M. FINK
JOSEPH G0RINSTEH4
ELI HURWtTZ
SAMUEL PASCOE
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
ARTHUR HORWITZ
HONORARY TRUSTEES
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MARK RUBIN
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SUPREME LODGE REGIONAL MEMBERSHIP DIRECTOR IN HOMIDA DISTRICT GUAM iOCEE FIVE 0FF/CER IN FLORIDA
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FT. LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA
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J. George Silberstein, President
924 N.W. 12th Street, Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA
CHAI LODGE No. 2574
Ira H. Cati, President
2201 N. 47th Ave., Hollywood, Florida
HERZL LODGE No. 2764
Jacob M. Mogilowitz, President
3001 S. Ocean Drive, Hollywood, Florida
HILLCREST LODGE No. 2783
William G. Rabins, President
981 S. Hillcrest Court, Hollywood, Florida
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Peter Bluestein, President
620 S.W. Fourth St., Hallandale, Florida
KEY WEST, FLORIDA
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Ben Niren, President
905-18th Terrace, Key West, Florida
MIAMI, FLORIDA
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Ira Segal, President
8390 S.W. 92nd Terrace, Miami, Florida
ME-AMI LODGE No. 2393
Bernard Jackson, President
1263 N.E. 1st Court, N. Miami, Florida
PRO-BUS LODGE No. 2672
Howard Neu, President
1350 N.E. 132nd St., N. Miami, Florida
SCOPUS LODGE No. 2718
Joseph N. Sandweiss, President
6326 S.W. 12h St., Miami, Florida
SHOLEM LODGE No. 1024
Ronald A. Shapo, President
6830 Montgomery Drive, Miami, Florida
SOUTH DADE LODGE No. 2337
Dr. Donald I. Miller, President
P.O. Box 515, Miami, Florida
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
FREEDOM LODGE, No. 2421
Judge Theodore R. Nelson, President
9911 W. Broadview Drive, Bay Harbor
Island, Florida
GOLD COAST LODGE No. 2608
Richard M. Donath, President
2095 r-'.E. 186th St., Miami Shores, Fla.
HATIKVAH LODGE No. 2362
JOSEPH B. Gorenstein, President
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Jules Slansky, President
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3101 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, Fla.
MIAMI LATIN LODGE No. 2796
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NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
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Abe Stern, President
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Joseph J. Kenry, President
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Samuel J. Fox, President
1551 N.E. 167th Street, Apt. 205
No. Miomi Beach, Fla.
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Herman Pfeffer, President
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Eli Rammer, President
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George A. Levy, President
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Sidney Ritter, President
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1550 N.E. 191st St., North Miami Beach
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Friday, September 12, 1969
Volume 42
29 ELUL 5729
Number 37
Joy Mixed With Sorrow
Despite the tremendous pressures, not only from Arab
states, but on the part of the Soviet Union and even some
of this country's allies, the promises made by two of
America's presidents have been partially fulfilled by the
delivery of the first consignment of the promised Phantom
jets to Israel.
In an ideal worldor even a reasonable one -it would
be far better for peace if none of the small nations were to
receive arms beyond those needed for defense. But as
long as we have the fanatic Arab leaders armed to the
teeth by the Soviets and eager to destroy the one demo-
cratic nation in the Middle East, common decency if noth-
ing elsedemands that Israel receive the materiel it needs
to defend itself against those who would destroy it.
Our joy at the strengthening of the Jewish State is
mixed with sorrow that this is the way it has to be.
Abuses Lead To Court Challenges
Recent taxpayer suits against churches and syna-
gogues challenging aspects of their tax exemption status
have emphasized the danger of abuses against which
these institutions have been warned in the past-- warnings
which far too many have ignored.
The challenge is primarily to businesses and proper-
ties owned by religious institutions which are not used
solely for chuich or synagogue purposes, althouqh there
are some who would even deny tax exemption for that.
This is an extreme view which will find little support
among the American people, but there is strong sentiment
in favor of taxing income from business and property
which has seemingly little relation to the primary mission
of the institutions.
Although few synagogues are in the position of own-
ing substantial business and income-producing property,
it would seem a wise course to dispose of them and
certainly not to claim special privilege. A tax-conscious
public is in a mood to go further than might be necessary.
Moral Duty Not Germany's Alone
It was interesting to read the advertisement placed by
Axel Springer Publications in the New York Times' special
supplement on Germany last month. "Since German Jewry
has been all but extinguished," it said in part, "Germany
today has a moral duty to stand firmly by the side of the
State of Israel, which was built by the children and
brothers of those who were murdered by Germans twenty-
five years ago."
The guilt of the German people is well-established and
the world is satisfied to let it go at that. But we know that
the guilt must be shared by many others, who hid their
eyes and turned their backs on the Jews of Germany,
including the leaders of our own country.
No, it is not enough for Axel Springer to say that
"Germany has a moral duty toward Israel." We want to
hear it as loudly and clearly from the Soviet Union, France,
Great Britain, the United States and others whose guilt is
in their silent acquiescence to the fate of the six million.
Comment
If von have been searching for
a message for this season you
may have found it on an inside
page of the Miami Herald last
Sunday. If, however, you missed
it .
A Texas sociologist lias come
up with a well-programmed plan
to end racism by a chemical
process which would lighten the
skin of our black people. There
was no indication of tongue-in-
check, and even it there bad
been the story would have to be
treated seriously because in one
way or another it has been made
clear that only white is beauti-
ful. The rising tide of backlash,
as the Negro sicks his rightful
place In American life through
education, jobs and decent hous-
ing, makes il plain that many
are desperately seeking n "final
solution" of the probli m.
Turning black into white would
sei m to be a nicer way of doing
ii than, for instance, than the
final solution Hitler came along
with for the Jews after all the
"nice ways" such as forced con-
versions, inquisitions and little
pogroms had failed. And if the
N' gro is convinced that al ter
< i,. mical integration fails geno-
cide is the next step, he has a
good example in the Jew Ish ex-
perience through the centuries.
The school it-1 gration crisis
in our own community let's not
look ai Louisiana. Mississippi
and Alabama I has shown that
u. .1, ws ari not immune, either.
from the biases and prejudices
which have plagued this nation.
our memories are just as short
as those of the Irish, the Ital-
ians and other ethnic minorities
which have been hated and ex-
ploited and deprived of their
rights at different stages ol our
history, but are ready to do
their share to others today.
There is a smugness about our
position which does not bear
close scrutiny. The Negro com-
plains (bat. despite bis color, he
is an invisible man in American
history books, and be demands
redress and rewriting. The .leu's
presence in the post-biblical
world is also a shadowy one in
those same American textbooks.
Bert Gold, reporting on the find-
ings of an American Jewish
Committee survey, said Jews
were found to be among our
nation's invisible citizens in the
world oi histori ins. It the Hitler
atrocities receive any notice at
all, thej are treated casually and
with onlj rare references to
their enormity. One might say
this is all part ol the whitewash
with which the T< xas sociologist
wants to cover the blacks in or-
der to hide them.
1 suppose this effort to whiten
the black and convi it the Jew
to Christianity comes from the
more humane segiTK n< of our
society, aimed at alleviating the
suffering ol these minoi ities by
destroving only thi ii identity.
by EDWARD COHEN
Even though many of m say
they'd rather be dead i n Red,
I hey don't seem to ur. rstand
that some of us would ther lie
black than white or J than
Christian.
If we view with dis son..'
of these efforts to Imp rigid,
and unacceptable, value- >n our-
selves, I wonder how look
upon the minor battle- 'tween
the generations over tiffurc
and dress which, in t r way
(but let's not exagg ite it.
either) represent the st iggleol
the black and the Jew among
others, to retain then lentity
and culture.
1 shudder to think, a- milies
prepare to share in s;
services on the High H Days,
of the struggles to r..... the
length of hair and the idth of
bell bottoms bcforehai I as il
the virtue of our chil n has
been changi d he cause ir ap-
pearance has To belie* that is
in believe that you coul change
the black w iih whitenin : i
icals and the J( W by 0
him. None of thi se w i ii k.
-
ill.se |
>n< wa
scare i
. ile.
To me. the 111. SSage '
son is always positive i
speaks ol i i turn and
to the ongoing prophet
for justice, in i dun a
not only for all Jews b for all
the world.
It is in that spirit tl i '
for all a Happy Ni w
i'
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
BIEN HOAOne reason this
strange war is so little under-
stood at home is that everything
about it is remote from normal
experience. Thus, new develop-
ments can be astounding in
themselves, as well as full of
profound meaning for the future,
yet they can seem uninti resting
and meaningless in cold print.
For the reporter, the resulting
dili mma is grave. For instance.
the results of a prolonged, dis-
trict-by-district survey of Hau
Nghia and Binh Tuong, the two
key provinces in III Corps, re-
vealed thai in these provinces
in this supposed guerrilla war
against the Viet Cong there
would soon be ni Ither guerrillas
nor true Viet Cong.
Where tin re had been many
thousands of VC before, the two
provinces, with their combined
population ol more than 800.000,
were now found to contain only
a few hundred mi n apieci w ho
wi re carrj ing arms for the ene-
my as VC soidiers or gueri illas.
The loss rates ol thes remnants
further proved to far exceed lo-
cal VC recruitment. It could
therefore be predicted that the
whole burden of the fighting in
Hau Nghia and Binh Tuong
would soon have to be carried
by North Vietnamese troops.
Such was the new develop-
ment, quite sufficient!;
ing io demand detail
Y' i Ihe pi oofs crowded I
the reasons for this
change in thi war's b
lei n and the possibl : '
thai the changi In pa
produce,
The basic n ason i
i nough. I>> spit, all th i
parroted at home, the \ I '
has never been more lai I
small minority ol the t<
amese population : lul was long able to dom
ma jority, especially in the
trj side and primarily I tl
because it w as a highly ?ai >
minority. And one re
Tel and the othi r 1964 o
sp.es were disastrous I 1
was the resulting exper Itl !
enormous numbers of e Viet
Cong minority oi Sot i Viet-
namese,
Long before Tet, to
VC soldiers had been '
by North Vietnamese ill the
enemy's larger fighting '
Bui control of the co I tl
was still the task of th native
VC apparatus. And w.' n diat
apparatus was cruelly ifeeblea
by the Tet and post-Tet hemor
lhages, President Thic irew*
ly siezed the chance I launch
what is called the at rated
pacification program.
In essence, this mean! pushing
out into the countryafej |0 "'
place VC control with ?OVi tte
ment control. It has v.
well in III Corps that in or*
short year the populati under
government control !' : '"'
from about 1.7 million t I mort
than 3 million.
In this whole huge i
which this town is the admini*
t ration center, less than "">,000
are still in the grip of the VC|
and a few more than IW.000 ad-
ditional persons are classed Bl
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Friday, September 12. 1969
First Phantoms Delivered To Israel
WASHINGTON "JTAi The
Statt Department has confirmed
I M ,i. Iiv< ry of the first consign- !
m n1 ol supersonic F-4 Phantom
*t lighter-bombers to Israel. No
mention was made of the num-
ber ol aircrafl in the initial de-
,,,y The State Department
- ,. uncenv nt was made In r> -
, isi to i in the si mi-official Cairo
ewt ei M Ahram that the
lirst consignment had reached
I ,: According to
a. i received 10 to
j an< s. An Egyptian
. ;,,;,.., di i ounced the deliv-
ery, which l. said destroyed the
hop, foi p aci h the Middle
isi
T .i 11 liv< ries w< n made pur-
,,, ;,. agr, i m >nt ol last
bj which Israel will pur-
_. 50 I ha toms valued at
. ,, muiio A State Depart-
.. t official said the deliveries
will l completed within one
year.
I lirst planes of the Phan-
tom type to arriv< in Israel will
ustd by the Israel Air Force
train pilots to fly the highly
sophisticated aircraft which can
attain speeds twice that of
sour.!. One group of Israeli pi-
lots recently completed its train-
,. Phantoms at an Air Force
-. in California and has re-
ed to Israel, it is believed
that they will constitute the
Uaii ing cadre or other Israeli
pilots.
According to recent reports.
Israel's Prime Minister GoLda
Mt ir will press for th<; sale of an
additional 25 Phantoms am 80
Skyhawk lightweight attack
bombers wh : he m sets with
President Richard M. Nixon on
her official visit to Washington
later this month. M lies and
technicians nt by tti i Israel
Air Force have b..... ti lin
the U.S. for the malnt >n ince of
the new .
Accoi ling t, rei >rta
Caiio. th rypt an spokes i in
Monir Haf i mi I the ss
I phantoms to Israel was Inl
ed to force the Arabs Into ac-
cepting a "pea lich would be
; a surrender to a'.l American d -
1 sir- s which are identical with
those of Israel The Israeli-
American collusion," he said,
knows no limits in obstructing
implementation of the United
Nations Nov. 1967 resolution."
'; By Arab Interpretation, the n %
\ olution demands Israel's uncon-
ditional withdrawal from all
Arab territories occupied in the
June. 1967 war. "It is this un-
limited support (by the L rated
States i which encourages Israel
to commit further acts of ag-
gression and enhances its hopes
for further ambitions." Hale/.
Meanwhile, according to rrifll-
I -. sources in Tel Aviv, the
first msignment of Phantom
|, :. has bei n assigned to an Air
Force Base an-.l described the
,:. as "a Plane which can
,,. tattle < inditions. It a
- r, faster and its altitude
; higher than any other
plan in Israel or in the other
ast countries."
Assessing public reaction to
the arrival of the long-awaited
planes. JTA's Tel Aviv corro-
dent Itzhak Shargil said:
first consignment has been
a real boost to Israeli morale
not that it was low. but Israelis
: -.. feel that with the Phantoms
. i v have a real deterrent to
war. Their presence will give
Israel time which may be util-
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settlement."
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AJCongress Files Brief
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a friend-uf-t he-court brief with
a state court hero In behalf of
Orthodox Jiws who want the
Legislature to repeal a law per-
mitting the use of church b as
polltng places., a practice which
"i ctiw ly disenfra -" Or-
t dox J> ws who r. f .;! to enter
irch premises because of their
r jious :. According to the AJCongress,
\, ; Intervened In a case
i ghl I i the 2n i Court of
A peals '.'ii by Morris Barman
w York, against the city's
B<:ard of Election;. Attorney
ral Louis J. Lefkowitz and
Gov. Nelson A. Rock feller, New
York is ;'. only -rot' where
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voting.
According to Leo Pfeffer, spe-
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the case raised "an important
constitutional question in the
field of religious freedom." He
said his organisation "opposes
the use o; sectarian premises for
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\lsop
Continued from Page 4-A
i ntested. The seriousness of the
VC recruitment problem can
thus be understood.
The fruits of successful pacifi-
cation will, of course, be lost
overnight if North Vietnamese
divisions on the Cambodian bor-
der arc ever permitted to drive
into the midst of III Corps and
s nash down all that has been
built up. But that was tried in
the winter-spring campaign, re-
sulting only in hideous enemy
losses.
1 ne present siage is still tran-
sitional, however, precisely be-
cause the much-eroded remnants
hi the old VC apparatus still
li rk in the countryside. In all
but two or three of the districts
into which the provinces are di-
vided, there are still are remains
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of the local-force companies
which used to constitute the pri-
vate armies of the VC district
chiefs. Two or three (or even
four or five) survivors of the old
guerrilla squads and platoons
still hide out near the village
they used to bully and dominate.
Already, however, the reversal
of the old pattern is downright
startling. WheHMMI giWrrWa*
once bullied, they now beg.
Where the local-force companies
once fought, they have no mis-
sion now except to survive. And
where the government's village
and hamlet chiefs once sought
refuge in the district towns each
night, their VC counterparts,
win re they still exist, are now
the ones who dare not remain
in the villages and hamlets.
Furthermore, the erosion of
the VC apparatus continues at
a fearsome rate, mainly because
the extension of government
control now makes this easy. A
gnat many defect to the gov-
ernment side. Many others are
tracked down and killed. In a
matter of months there should
he none left. And the great ques-
tion, therefore, is how the North
Vietnamese can carry on the
war with no VC to aid them in
large areas of South Viet Nam.
Consultations Held
On Three Key Issues
JKRLSALKM (JTA> Three
major issues that are expected
to dominate talks in Washing-
ton when Prime Minister Golda
Meir and Foreign Minister Abba
^S. Kbai^vjjit ibal capital, la|gr
"this month are the subject of
consultations here with Ambas-
sador It/hak Rabin and Foreign
Ministry experts.
The three questions are: the
economic aid Israel needs from
the United States so that this
Country can withstand the pro-
longed state of warfare without
j all-out war which the Arab
states have now decided to wage
' against Israel, the arms neces-
I sary to enable Israel to maintain
the qualitative superiority its
government regards as the
greatest deterrent to all-out
war. and the ticklish question
of how to prevent an erosion of
American stand on the Middle
Fast situation, if progress is not
made toward peace and the pres-
ent state of affairs drags on for
a long time.

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FLORIDIANS SUPPORT JERUSALEM'S
SHAARE ZEDEK HOSPITAL
The Inaugural Maimonides Award Dinner scheduled for November 22, 1969 at the Fontainebleau Hotel will honor Mr. Seymour
Friend, President of the Beth David Congregation, Miami, for his and Mrs. Friend's overwhelming support of the hospital.
A luncheon was recently held at the Shaare Zedek Hospital in Jerusalem in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Friends, of Coral
Gables.
The Friends were part of a Beth David Congregation Tour conducted by their Spiritual Leader, Rabbi Sol Landau.
A presentation was made to Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Friend by Prof. David Maeir, Director General of the hospital. Rabbi Landau
also extended greetings.
All guests attending were "pinned" by the hospital nurses. Shaare Zedek is the oldest hospital in Jerusalem, providing complete
medical and surgicial facilities to all the "Holy City's" inhabitants regardless of their ability to pay or whether they are Arab,
Christian or Jew.
Left to right are the hospital's physiotherapist, Seymour Friend, a young patient, Mrs. Friend
and Saul M. Zabel, executive director of the Southeastern Regional office in Miami of the
Shaare Zedek Hospital.
PROF. DAVID MAEIR AND SEYMOUR FRIEND
Director General of Shaare Zedek Makes Presentation
^. .
VISITING A bombing casualty at Shaare Zedek Hospital
are Dr. and Mrs. Donald Kass of Miami Beach.
CONGRATULATING Dr. Maeir on his recent appointment
as director general of Shaare Zedek Hospital is Rabbi David
Raab, spiritual leader of Congregation Beth Raphael, Miami
Beach.
PAYING the hospital a visit is
Rabbi Ralph Carmi, spiritual
leader of Temple Tilereth Israel
I'd. Adv.


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+Jewisli ncrkfian
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Rosh Hashanah
Syni ? les and temples throughout the Greater Miami area will,
I Ni Ye-ai 573 it* -1 vices begining Friday evening and
continuing on Satuuday and Sunday with the exception of a numbei of
Reform temples which-cencklde the Holy Day Saturday evening.
RAKBI RICHARD I.KV1TON i Jewish people. We see by this epi-
Teniple Knnimi-El,
Fort Lauilerdale
On this first day of Rosh Ha-
shanah. it i> well I hat we ponder
A high point Of the Rosh Hashanah synagogue service Is the the significance of the 2lt chapter
sounding of the Shoiar, 01 ram's horn, which calls upon man :o awaken af Genesis.
to his moral obligations to God and to his fellow-man.
Some syni gogues will conduct Tashlich services on the afternoon
of the secern cay it Rosh Hashanah (Sunday) during which prayers
are recited at the seaside or along the banks of canals or other water-
v. ays, *!
The Rosh Hashar.ah holiday, besides launching the New Year. Iso
opens the Ten Days of Penitence, which includes the Sabbath of Peni-
tence (Saturday, Sept. 20). and concludes with Yom Kippur. the Day
cl Atoner nday evening. Sept. 21. through Monday, Sept 22).
NHAMN
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 EW 67tti Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morris Barr. 1
ANSHE EMEE. 2b3S SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz. 2
ROSH HA8HAN M ;; J p m
Saturday s B.....n by Irving
Sparling: "< n Respi bllltlet to Is-
rael." Mincha 7 >n Sund y I .-. m
Sermon by !. ng Sperling: "The
Shofar and it" Impact Upon the
Jewish Heritage."
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
dall Dr.. S Miami. Reform P*hbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr. 3
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3'd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lieson. 4
ROPH HASHANAH: Friday T-1B n.m
Saturday 8 R.m. Sermon: "Charred
Souls and Savel Podlep." Mlnrha
7:16 nm Sunday 8 f> m Sermon:
"Mother Ra'-heV' r-'r"l ,lU"ior
Servlct '" I!: Children"* Ser-
vice Chapel: Saturday and Sunday
10 am.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabhi Solomon Schiff. 5
DOSH HASHANAH: FTidov 7 n.m
Saturday Sam Sermon: "Tnrnlng A
New P.ire M'nrha. 7 nm Sundav S
am Sermon: "The Shoter'a Modern
Sound."
BETH KOtii-SW 1101 SW 1?th Ave
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shaoiro Cantor Ben Dirkson S
Rl SH HASHANAH Prldav S0 n.m
Si tirrdav Ram Pennon: ,rWhat*s In
It -p. V. M' V "' pr>ndv
a rn Serm I SI Hen My nds "
BETH TOV 'TEMP'.EV "*S SW
Bth St Conservative. RaM>: Simon
Apr-I ^#*" Pevrioi1' w:nk-s *
POSW :~ v F* 7 n m
- --> "'b' Ron.
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7 .... s i Permon: Educa-
CANDLEL1GKTING TIME
29 ELUL -7:09
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 154
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh 20
HosH HASHANAH: Friday 6:30 p.m.
Saturday 7:30 a.m. Sermon: "Walk-
ing on the Moon." Mlnrha 6:30 i> m
Sundas 7:30 a.m Bern.....: "What i
saw and Liked in [erael." Mincha
f.::i p.m.
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish. Assistant Rabbi Jerrold
Levy. Cantor David Conviser. 71
ROSH HASHANAH: Friday identical
Services 6:80 and B:4f p.m neneral
Rush Hashanah Them.- I- There
Any Hope for Tomorrow?" Sermon:
"In the Landing on the Moon?" Sal
unlay 9:\S ; m Sermon: "In the Oil}
of Jerusalem?" Children's Servli I
p.m. Sunday 9:15 a.m Sermon: "In
the Land of the Free and the n >me
of i he Brave?"
BETH TTILAH. 936 Euclid Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. 2Z
---------
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rosencwaig. 23
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler
A child is horn
to Abraham and
Sarah in their old
ige after Hagar.
Sarah's hand-
maiden had given
birth to Ishmael.
who was thus
Abraham's first-
born son instead
>f Isaac. Sarah
-nhs -quently de-
Inands: "Cast out
this bondwoman
and her son; for
the son of this bondwoman shall
not be heir with my son, even
with Isaac." Though Abraham is
Obliged to obey his wife, we are
told that God assured Him and
then Hagar that her son also shall
become a great nation.
Moslems trace their ancestry
back to Abraham's first-horn son.
Ishmael. and indeed the seed of
Ishmael has become a great people
, least In numbers. In numbers.
the seed of Ishmael far exceeds
the seed of Isaac, the present-day
Friday, September 12, 1969
to put these natural riches to work.
Israel has shown what can be
done when there is the determina-
tion and courage to turn drr-.
into rcaiity. Surely Israel has b -
come the light unto the nation-- "
We pray that her light shall not
be extinguished but will continue
to illumine the pat';-, of just
peace and human creativity [or all
peopli > rywhere. We pray that
in thi year ahead nations and pe -
pies shall find new ways in which
to reflect the divine image.
There is room for everyone to
live in dignity; there are opportu-
nities for ail who are willing to
advar.. themselves and to be c m-
tributir.g members of society.
There need be no more Viet Nams
or rac:.".! strife. Arab and Isra
sode in Genesis that God acted so
as to do justice to Hagar and Ish-
mael. The world is large enough to
support twoand many more -
large nations.
This is the message we should
once again remind ourselves of
during these High Holy Days.
Would that the Arab peoples whose
faith is Islam remember this basic
truth. There is room for both
Ishmael and Isaac. Both Israel and
the Arab lands will be great if and
enT ^ S^SSL M Z Jew and Ch stian. Protestant a* -
S Snst his fellow man. b** bm *- -
We are told that there are ample sorne!.w fjnd a way to treat each
natural resources to feed, clothe i otner* ^h respect, r -memix r
and house every human being on] t]lat'u, (. |ong to the same hu:: n
earth in an adequate manner, j famiiy
Leshono Tovo to all!
in an adequate manner.
What we need now are the human
resources and the resourcefulness
... -,.- -.!.;<- ::
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel.
Cantor Jack Lerner. 30
SINAI (TEMPLE)'or NORTH DADE.
Temporary office. 18801 NE 22nd Ave
Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kingsley. 87
SKV LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E.
Caplan. Si
HOSH HASHAXAH: Friday i> m.
Saturday am '"I l1 "> Sunday
- ;i m and 10:30
si. .far
Sermon and
ISRAEL (TEMPI f Of GRPATER
MIAMI. 13' ME 1tli St. Reform
Oabhi .loeBh R Narrt m
poeH picV'Vl' t--- .- i nm
prrmi.r- "The MesnlnB "f I'
paturdav ,n a rn Rnn: "An n-"'
i World" rhlldren's Services in
Sam luary B p.m.
ISRAELITE C*ntp;p ""'i SW 25h
St. C.onrvetiv Rnhhi Avrom L
Dr*i" ftewene hiathas Pir"tt. it
pr.RH HASHANAH- F-wi-.v IlMm
fj. ...- v fl = m '--1 '*>,1 m S""-
mon: "-"- Whn Ct>*t**" Mi>e*>a B-S
r m Sundv R > m '"," m
porm^n s*"' P1'"'' "iv"i" ''"?at >Inn
On ThP Moon" Mlnrha "" P m
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37'*
1?
MINVOMaiP*"- vmi-.",:"5.
Bird Rd. Modern Trad:t'onal
OP Ol rvM ITtMPlH '""' ew 1h
St Ct""->-:'" R.hhi o.'rfc flllv.
mn r*-*"' B-i|i-i- Bn ari IS
pnev FA.B-HANAH' tt.^'-.v I. >' > m
Patnrdov ti C.-~. >'' '
,. .i M 8 a.m Brmon: "A F*e* Pair c f Pho- "
TITFRETW i'rL f*<\n M Miami
Ave Conservative. Ra>ihi Rl->-
C"""; 14
to" vi cv a a r .i.. v n m
pn,,.-,-|.,v cr.n 0 C'. i i- m
- i T ', Ift.pft > n. ='-
1 SI -vlla m MUS :if Per-
vice
ROSH HASHAXAH: Friday 7IR n.m
Saturday S IS < "> :-'"1 i'"' Sun-
day 8:15 ;i m Junior C inarr^a ilion
Saturdaj a'.id Sunda) Hi a.m
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander s>.
Gross.
ROSH HASHAXAH Salurdaj -
mon: "Have Ynu the Courage i"
Break Away?" Sundaj Sermon: Who
Shall Rule Man or the Heavens?"
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel 26
l(i ish HASHAXAH: Prlda> 8 l p.m.
Saturday B : m Berm..... "C >urao:e
our Leajary." Mincha p "< Sunday
s am Sermon: "Faith Our Herit-
"
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Sei' 27
rosh HASHAXAH Friday i p.m.
Saturday v :mi Sermon: "l^oklna
Bach at I :>-i Tear." Minchn 7:10 p.m
Sunday a m Sermon: "Tashlich
A Message fi.r Todaj
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitz Cantor Nico Feldman. 28
rosh hasma.naH: Friday 7:30 p.m.
Sermon: "The Author of the RnnW "f
Life." Saturday Sermon: "Holler
Than Thau." Sundaj Sermon: "S|
iu:il Hurricanes "
. *
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox.
Rahbi Naftali Porush. S
ROSH HASHANAH Friday 7 :15p.m
R, ,.i Ma) Be A Bridge." Mincha 7.13
,i m.
CORAL CABLES
(TEMPLE). 5500
Reform.
'hlldr.
.Mii'.ii:
"Ci
Service,
>untorlng
JUDEA (TEMPLE). 5500 Granada
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip-
per. *
hi isH H \s" \XAH: Friday v P "'
Sermon R< turn, 11 M> People Sat-
in ., iti Sermon: This i^ My
people P i"
Sunday I" m. .-
Propaganda." ____ ____
ZAMORA (TEMPLE). 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger
Cantor Richard S. Browdy 41
ROSH hashanah Friday 8:30 p.m.
V pi lln g tins For Whom
Por i',.,..-iv.-- Saturday am. Ser-
mon "Anollo-BialnB for Wh-.m <>ur
Children?" Mincha 6:88 p m. Sunday
- :, 111 Sermorn: "Anollo-glaing for
Whom For Posterity?"
"riFprocTU JAI""* l-TFMPLF^ 0'
F 4*h Av w:o'*t Conervativ*
DoKK-. M..-:- Kl.in 1
*pnt3 Manv,ViH- v- n
.n ,_ ,^ a-on o.r.
... ,.. Wl,4. -......
i.ir. ..--.. o.rnjon: "Faith
In .- Better "I .....
2inw itcmolF' ""no *'' Cnervative. Rahhi A'-d OH W--e
PORP 1' > era v>" A"H: p .. -r. 11------1 -M --.....i v *" -" and i- ',-. 7 -. m I6;S0 a m. n nv On-. .. ... Sho.
i
NORTH WiW
Ti"H.
BF-"
or-- vi Hv'v "-""'
Rabbi David P- -"\n. Cantor
,. p |. i v i- 7-li m
I. .."%,. ci. '.-
l'
,. .,.' i,
Is Man" > 7 p.m.
NER TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St.
Tatum Waterway. Conservi'ive.
Rabbi Eugene Labovitr. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein. 29
rosh HASHAXAH: Pridaj '" pm
Saturday s ;> m P rmon: "Beth Kl
d [la Implical ions M Inch i IS
p.m Sundat in Sermon: "Israel
ArabsWorld."
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OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Dr
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber,
man. 30
Rl isll HASHAXAH: Ki :'i." P m
Saturdaj 7 0 a m Bnd l:43 "
Sermon: "Why !" i'l W> s >ui ihe
Shofar?" Mincha 7 p.m Sunda' SO
a.m and 10:45 .* m Perm' i
Importa'nee 11:15 m Sii if Mb
arlv 7:48 p.m nd .' Ti >m I lall ih
Mincha ii m. Maarlv 8 p m
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 4
Collins Ave Rabhi Sadi Nahmias. V
o m.
trtlna
mon
FT. IAUDER0AII
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE). B47' E.
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabbi Sheldon
Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu.
ROSH hashanah Friday 8:80 p.m.
-........a: "Jewish is Ju-' Great/' Sai-
urday 1 m Sermon: My Orandfather
Had A Dream Tashlich 80 P m.
Sundav R a m Shofar 10:30 a m. Ser-
mon: "One Step Ai A Time."
EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrews Ave
Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Leviton
Cantor Jerome Klement. 4
HALLANDALf
HALLANDALE JEWISH
126 N.E.
First Ave.
HOLLYWOOD
CENTER
<4
BETH EL (TEMPLEI. S. 14th Ave
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffe. 48
RosH HASHAXAH Friday 8:15 p.m.
Sermon' "Sour.....' our Strength a*
i. iv Saturday -i m Sermon: "This
Violent Age and the Despair of Man"
.lav
"Pi
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Cft^.
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ROSH HASHANAH Pi
Saturday 8 m Bermi
ami Blndina Bund iv B
i iui- FaUier, Our King"
CONGREGATION ET7 CHAIM.
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A.
HUM.
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE). 172t
Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbi
Morton Malavsky. Cantor Irvino
Gold. 4*
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro
Cantor v.hurtah Heilhraun "
rosh hashanah: Friday R p.m.
Sermon: "Know Thyself Saturday
7 in Sermn.....The pnart To Ha*>-
nlness." Mlnrha p.m. Sunday 7 a.m.
Sen......: "Hum in Destiny."
1M2-
Ben.
3;
MIAAM BfCW
AGIiHATu icoiri to-- Gartyla
Orthodox. Rabhi Isaac Ever.
Ave
fjFTH ICOAF'- "T"! 40ti *t
Phhl p.-.' \A':"
I 5 : I T
Pntu"1 V 7'1n
,, | ... |
O'thcdov
I T-15 >
p.m. Sun-
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE) 10?;
N E Miami Gardens Drive. Con-
servative Rabbi Milton Schlinsky
Cantor Tibor Moses 3-1
ROSH HASHAXAH: Friday 7 pm
.<:. hi m S 'rmon v i We
Still Sundaj m Ser-
mon: rhl i" Dlssenl "
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 SW. 35th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J
Winograd. Cantor Abraham Koster
4*
ROSH HASHAXAH Friday 7::inp.m.
.- lurda) ^ h m S rmon: "L.8.D
A Xew Meanlne." Sunday 8 am Ser-
mon Visitors i lav
P0MPANO BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 132 SE 11th Ave
Conservative Rebbi Morris A. Skop
Cantor Michael Frederick 4
BETH JACr>R "M wssMne*
Orthodox Rshhi Shm'v- T Sw
aky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
BETH TORAH. NE 164tn St. at 11th
Ave. Conservative Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz Cantor Jacob Renzer S<
ROSH HA8HAXAH: Friday 8 15 p.m.
Saturday 7:46 m Mincha 8:30 p.m
v. Sundaj 7 45 b m Bermo i "Is Retreal
-,.. to ihe Past, or a Flight to ihe Future,
The Answer For tilt- PresenL"
SURFSIDI
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
9293 Harding Ave., Surfside. Town
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. Vine
sr
ROSH HASHANAH: Friday f.:?,n p.m.
Sunday 9 a m.
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
Rosh Hashanah
(Tcfcrr. from th High Holyday Prayer Booij Press, Publi-htd for
the L'mtrd Svnagojiuf oj America
Comfi'.ed and arranged b\ Rubbi .Morns Silvrrman.)
Tho Biblical portion for the first day of Robh Hashanah.
Genesis Chapter 21, tells of the birth of a son to Abraham and
Sarah in their old age. Alarmed over Ishmael'? baneful influence
upon Isaac. Sarah insists on the banishment of Hagar and her
son. Ishmael. Abraham is perplexed, but receives divine assurance
that it is all for the best. "Throuph Isaac shall thy name be
carried on." Hagar and Ishmael are miraculously saved from
Starvation and Ishmael becomes a man of war. The chapter con-
cludes with the incident of a quarrel betwetn the shepherds of
Abraham and their neighbors. Desiring to put an end to Ill-Will
and controversy. Abraham makes a peact covenant with Abime-
lech at Beer-shcba.
This passage contains the incident (! O-d remembering
Sarah, and "ZihronotGod Remembers." is ere of the three
dominant themes of the Musaf service It is gnifioant that the
readings on the New Year refer to the birth n< t only of Isaac but
also of Samuel and Rebecca. Rosh Hashanah commemorates the
birthday of the universe and the rebirth of humanity. To insure
the moral progress of humanity it is essi m al I nurtur iut ch
dren spiritually, so that they may be iml m ith good h iracter
and noble ideals. "In the child God gives humanity a chance to
make good its mistakes and fulfill its fondest djcams."
On Rosh Hashanah when we pray that ;:!! nations "form one
fellowship to serve God with a perfeel heart," I s appropriate to
read of this first recorded covenant of : d good will. Only
throuph understanding and friendship wi there be peace be-
tween nation and nation.
NOTE ON TORAH READING
Few chapters of the Bible have had a more lasting influence
upon Israel than Genesis. Chapter 22. which contains the familiar
story of the Akedah, the binding of Isaac. The patriarch, Abra-
ham, is commanded to offer as a sacrifici ti the Lord, his pre-
cious child. Isaac, his comfort in his oJd ?g<. It was a supreme
test of Abraham's faith in God. a test safe oi y in a divine hand,
capable of intervening, as God did intervi ne, as soon as the
spiritual end of the trial was accomplish! c. When the angel of
the Lord forbade Abraham to slay his son, a ram, caught in the
thickets, was substituted as a sacrifice. Abraham was assuo-.l
that because he had stood the test, a great future was in store
for his offspring.
The sounding of the shofar. the ram's- horn, is a reminder of
that implicit obedience to God which was revealed by Abraham
and Isaac. The theme of the Akedah which is expressed in several
of the Holiday prayers, was intended to arouse God's compassion
for Isaac's d< scendants, and to inspire U! to deeds of sacrifice..
Religion consists of those aspirations for which we are ready to
sacrifice comfort, position and even safety. W< do not truly live
for our ideals unless we are ready, if neci ssary, to die for them.
Why then, did God stay the hand of Abraham? The incident
of the Akedah symbolizes a great forward step In human
progress. In telling us how Abraham was rlran atically interrupt-
ed in the act of sacrificing his son, the Torah proclaim- true re-
ligion's emancipation from the hideous practice oi human sacri-
fice. At a time when primitive religions demanded the sacrifice of
children to their gods ("for even their sons and daughters do th- y
burn in fire to their gods," Deut. 12:31. Judaism taught that the
God of Abraham prohibits human sacrifice. Unlike 'he ci
heathen deities, the God of our fathers req n d only the spiritu; I
surrender of man. "Lay not thine hand upi n the lad." Mankind
has yet to learn that God condemns the shedding of human blood!
Abraham's willingness to sacrifice his gr< atest possession on
the altar of his God. evoked a new ideal in Israelthe idea! o
martyrdom. As persecution against the Jew increased, the si
of the Akedah which was ingrained in the consciousness of I hi
Jew, gave our forefathers the superhuman com age to prefer deal I
to apostasy and betrayal. The inspiration .1 the Akedah. made
unwavering steadfastness to the religicus and ethical ideate I
Judaism.
There is not a single noble cause, movement or achieve:- I
. thai does not call for great sacrifice i .Ttyrdom. Libert;
science, truthall have exacted their toll of heroes. The peoj
of Israel has been the very symbol ol maityrdom on behall ol
freedom, justice and truth.


Bay, September 12. 1969
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lionism, Nazism Linked By Arabs
SITED NATIONS (JTA)
k b members of the Sub-
Inimission on Prevention of
s,'iiniination and Protection of
Inoritics are attempting to
ivert the discussion of an in-
|-im report on racial discrim-
ition submitted by Dr. Hernan
In!a Cruz of Chile, the sixoial
(pporteur, into an attack on Is-
|< I linkinji Zionism and Nazism.
(One clash involved Syrian at-
Inipts to prevent Dr. M. L.
rlzwoig of the World Jewish
angreSS from replying to a Syr-
denial that former Nazis are
Inployed by the Arab govern-
ments. Another arose out of an
Itack on Israel by Issa Nakleh,
I'pn sentative of the World
luslim Congress, who likened
racial policies of Israel to
those of South Africa and asked
Dr, Santa Cruz t<> include in his
report a chapter on the Jews
wno had "usurped Palestine."
Dr. Perlzweig, who was given
the floor after the representa-
tives of the United Slates. Can-
ada and Britain had vigorously
supported his right to speak,
called on all governments to co-
operate with the Federal Re-
public of Germany in its re-
quests for extradition of known
and wanted Nazi criminals. He
offered to submit a list of per-
sons accused of grave crimes
who. he said, had found asylum
and immunity on every conti-
nent.
Dr. Perlzweig also urged that
the report be amended to in-
V
elude the question of the prohi-
bition of incitement to racial
hatred and discrimination, de-
claring that there should be a
spicial study of "the limits he-
yond which the abuse of freedom
uhderi'nini'd democracy."
Dr. Isaac Lewin, representing
the Agudas Israel World Organi-
zation, replied to the attacks on
Israel by the Muslim Congress
representative. He stressed that
Israel was a democracy in which
all people enjoy the same rights
and privileges and appealed to
the Arab nations to "return to
the historic tradition of peace
and .^ood will. Jews throughout
the world want peace in the
Middle East," he said, "anil
when it comi s. it will be a bless-
ing to Jews and Arabs alike."
On the subject of the interim
report, Dr. Lew in said that "a
scientific mi thod" must be found
to stop a resurgence of Nazism
anil Fascism,
r^abbinical evision
n
S1MOISS
UNVEiLING
The unveiling of a Memorial
to the memory of the lote
HARRY (POP)
SIMONS
will take plate Thursday,
September 18th at 4:30 P.M.
at Mt. Nebo Cemetery with
RABBI SOI LANDAU officiating.
Friends and relatives ore
invited to attend.
roqratna
>9
*,.,,! 14c'h. 10. 9:.'i0 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour.
NO PROGRAM DUE TO HIGH HOLY DAY.
s^>t. 14Oh. 7, 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice.
HOST: Dr. Joseph R. N.irot, Rabbi,
Temple Israel of Greater Miami
TOPIC: Rosh Hashanah
Sept. lfiC'h. 2, 10 to 11 p.m. Man to Man.
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BUILDS
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of Strength to tho Affotf.
KCISM C*R
CONVALESCENT CARE
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CONTINUITY OF CARE. INVOLVING
MANY MEDICAL AND RELATED
DISCIPLINES ALL EFFICIENTLY
MESHED ON THE SAME GROUNDS IS
FOR THE AGED OF
GERIATRIC PROGRAM.
MIAMI BEACH'S
|VV THE KEYSTONE CP THE HEBREW HOVE
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*.?&? ING THE SPFCIFIC Of EVERGENCY RE.
?WiW Q'JIREMENTS of the aged resident.
JftvA IT'S A tripod of services which allows
speedy transfer of aged residents from
one facility to another, depending on
their needs of the moment.
j.'HLW THIS TRIPOD CONSISTS OF A NE/V addition to
MJM& OLR PRESENT EXTENDED CARE FACILITY 4
aWV RESIDENTIAL UNIT FOR THE AGED WHO AR =
^.^. SZT AMBULATORY AND RELATIVELY SE LF-SUFFICIE V
TjJfiA aMT AND A LONG-TERM NURSING CARE UNIT FOR THOSE
lW*OA0 AFFLICTED WITH CHRONIC CiSEASE
kiWCTiljT J0 STRENGTHEN THIS TRIPO THE HOVE MUST or:
A FIFTH AND SIXTH FLOOR 1^5 ITS PRESENT BUILO'NO,
PLUS REMODELING THE SECOND FLOOR =0R ACOFD
SUPPORTIVE SERVICES. THIS IMPROVEMENT WILL
EMERGE AS THE NEW ADDITION READ' TO SERVE THB
HOME'S AGED WHO REQUIRE AROUND-"* ECLOCK NURS-
ING AND MEDICAL CARE.

RESIDENTIAL CAIE
!>eec;y tooted In the Judaic tradition is the commitment to care for the
Aged, to male* their lives in their waning y*ar gentle and fulfilled with re-
spect, affection and dignity.
The Hebrew Home for the Aged of Miami Beach embodies this commit-
ment.
For almost fourteen years this home has been a dynamic force in shelter-
ing end providing treatment for the elderly.
No matter how youth-oriented our society becomes, the old will always be
with us. And they will have to depend on you and us. Our home must grow
for the sake cr.d welfare of the aged. There's an immediacy and urqency for
this expar.s::.-.; our home must grow.
A new addition to ov.r present extended cere facility, a long term nursing
cere unit and a r.ew residential care facility is needed now.
The building now in use for residential care is out-moded and must be re-
placed by modern facilities incorporating the best of home for the aqed
crcr.;:ec:u:t crnd planning.
Cur aged look to you and our community to see that these facilities aie
built as soon rs coss:bie.
We camlet, we must not fall them.
L'SHONO TOVO TIKOSEVU
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ROSH IIASHONAH
A Prayer of Roth Kashonah
That God will Richly Bias:
Your Heart and Home
and Loved Oms
with Poaco and Happiness
From the Officers, Board of Directors,
Membership, Aged Residents and the
Executive Director of the
HEBREW NOME FOR THE AGED
off Miami Beach
(Formerly) JEWISH CONVALfSCENT HOME
320 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach Phone 5 32-6491
MRS. SARAH KEISER
PRESIDENT
LEONARD ZILBERT
CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
MARGARET and ABE. C FINE
Honorary Trustees and F------' n
SIDNEY SIEGEL
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
"HONORED IS THE GIVER WHO GRANTS
LIFE TO OTHERS"
Your gift of $500 or more will be memorialized at The Hebrew Home For The Age
Your pledge can be given over a period of three years.
For giving opportunities, please call The Hebrew Home For The Aged Development
Office at 532-6491.
PAID FOR BY FRIENDSOF THE HEBREWHOME FOR THE AGEDOF MIAMI BEACH
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* Jew ism Meridian
Page 13-A
BATTLE TEMPO INCREASES
IN AIR, ON LAND AND SEA
By Special Report
JERUSALEMIsrael's tank-led strike into Egypt this week
reflected growing concern over increasing casualties in the vir-
tually steady fighting on fronts facing the United Arab Republic,
Jordan, Lebanon and Syria. Even as Israeli officials in Tel Aviv
and Washington hastened to deny that Tuesday's assault was an
invasion, the tempo of the land, sea and air battles increased, in
reactio n to renewed and accelerated attacks by Arab terrorists.
A wave of assaults, apparently \'A in some instances by Arab
teenagers, hit Israeli embassies and airline offices Monday in
Bonn, The Hague and Brussels. In the Belgian capital, three El
Al employees were injured in the explosion of the plastic bomb,
but casualties were averted in the attacks on the embassies in
Germany and the Netherlands. The left-wing Popular Front for
the Liberation of Palestine, based in Lebanon, claimed "credit"
lor the closely timed attacks.
Naval commandos of Israel's navy, in their boldest action
since the Six-Day War. set the stage for Tuesday's raid with a
daring attack in which they destroyed two Egyptian topped)
boats at their moorings on the Red Sea coast. Three Israeli
sailors lost their lives in an accidental explosion on their ship
as they returned to base.
In additional naval action, apparently related to the drive
across the Gulf of Suez. Egypt claimed its torpedo boats sank
an Israeli ship Tuesday. The major strike, military authorities
said, was designed to relieve growing pressure against Israeli
defense forces along the Suez Canal front to the north where the
Egyptians have massed some 1CO.000 troops and the heaviest
concentration of artillery assembled in the Middle East since
World War II. Israeli planes accompanied the tank and infantry
units which launched the strike, but there was no indication
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JTA Program To Train Newspapermen
NEW YORK (JTA) Estab-
lishment of an interne-training
program to help meet the critical
shortage of trained newsmen for
the American Jewish press was
announced by Robert H. Arnow,
president of the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency, who disclosed
that an initial fund had been
created to finance the interne
program and carry it through
its pilot stages.
In its first stages, the plan
will provide for the employment
on the JTA staff in Now York
and Washington of American
Jewish students standing io'ir-
nalism school :n those areas.
They will cover news assign-
ments and perform other edito-
rial functions under the super-
vision of the JTA editors. The
student-internes will be em-
ployed on a full-time basis dur-
ing their school vacations and
on a part-time basis during the
school year.
The operation will gradually
be extended. Mr. Aranow said,
to provide for the placement of
internes from schools in other
parts of the country on the
staffs of leading American Jew-
ish newspapers in their home
towns or school areas.
"In this way." Mr. Arnow said,
"in addition to helping these
newsoaoers to overcome tfr if
critical staffing problems, th"se
young men and women will be
able to familiarize themselves
with the problems of editing and
publishing a Jewish newspaper
and with the life of the organiz-
ed Jewish community. It is our
belief that a substantial number
of these internes of ours will
find enough of a challenge and
enough of a promise in the Jew-
ish press to be willing to make
their careers in that area.
"In its third phase, the train-
ing program will send journalism
school graduates to Israel for a
post-graduate interne-study pro-
gram then'. The interne will
combine the study of Jewish his-
tory and culture and of the He-
brew language with reporting
from Israel for the Jewish Tele-
graphic Agency. This will give
him an opportunity to familiar-
ize himself with the current sit-
uation and life in the Jewish
State.
"After the intemeship-report-
ing assignment." Mr. Arnow
pointed out. "these young men
and women will be uniquely pre-
pared to fill positions of respon-
sibility in the American-Jewish
press and to form a cadre of
qualified, informed profession-
als. If some of these internes
should ultimately decide that
they do not want to build their
journalism," he noted, "they will
carry into the general press th^
understanding of Israel's prob-
lems and of American Jewisa
lito acquired during their in-
terneship.
"A major problem in the
Am rican Jewish press today,"
the JTA president declared, "is
the tremendous shortage of
qualified young newsmen pos-
sessing the professional skills,
the essential Jewish backgrouni
and the commitment to tak-^
over in the American Jewisa
nt wspaper field as the pioneer
g neration jf editors disappears.
"There is an increasing aware-
ness iti the American Jewish
community of the role an in-
formed, effective press can per-
form. I believe this awarness
will increasingly be reflected in
the creation of economic con-
ditions that will make the Jew-
ish field as rewarding as other
phases of journalism in this
country. Given that basis, our
present effort is directed to
attracting qualified young men
and women to enter the field.
"We have already established
contact with the administrations
of several schools of journalism
with a view to selecting qualified
candidates who can commence
their interneahip before the end
of the year."


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Friday, September 12, iggg
Polish Government
No Longer Issues
Exit Permits
I.oNDON (OTA) The spe-
ial regulations which allowed
3'.)lisii Jews iit eraigrsKk tofc-"i
ael expired on Sept- 1. Jews
wishing to leave Poland from
now on will tx' subject to the
same restrictions as all other
Holes, which make it almost im-
possible for Hie average person ,
-.. travel abroad.
Emigration has depleted the
Jewish community, especially
since the government's anti-
Zionist drive and purge of Jews
from Communist Party, govern- :
nriii and other jobs in the spring
if 1968. About 12,000 Jews are
left in Poland, compared to some |
_'0.000 two years ago.
The Warsaw regime permitted
Jews to emigrate, hut Imposed
severe restrictions on the cash
and personal valuables they
could take with them. Israeli
visas had to be secured through
ihc Netherlands Embassy in
Warsaw, which has handled Is-
raeli affairs in Poland since dip-
lomatic relations were broken
off with Israel in June. 1967.
Polish authorities announced
last May that exit permits would
no longer be granted after Sept.
1. 1969the 30th anniversary of
the Nazi Invasion of Poland. On
Sept. 1. 19.".9. there were an
estimated ."..000.000 Jews in Po-
land. About 200.000 Polish Jews
who found refuge in Russia re-
turned to Poland after the war.
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Ik en established in Tel ^ Aviv
through the generosity of Mrs.
Mary Daniels of Miami Beach. Dr.
Michael Sossln, president of the
Israel Histadrut Council of South
Florida, has announced.
The clinic was named by Mrs.
Daniels, a founder of numerous
Histadrut projects in Israel, as a
living memorial to her son. Teddy,
who was killed in action during
World War II. Mrs. Daniels has
provided leadership for numerous
causes in behalf of the State of
Israel during the 10 years she has
been a resident here. "I hope that
my contribution will inspire others
to support Kupat Holim and other
Histadrut projects which are so
vital to the health, welfare and
educational needs of the people of
Israe1 at this time of crisis." Mrs.
Daniels said.
Dr. Leon Kronish. national vice
president of Histadrut. and its na-
tional executive director, Dr. Sol
Stein of Mew York, presided at
participants in ceremonies marking
tablishment of the Teddy Daniels
Clinic in Tel Aviv, Israel, include left
Jacob Schachter, Dr. Leon Kronish,
the es-
Medical
to right,
Dr. Sol
biein, Mrs. Max Gleirjerman, Mrs. Merry
Daniels. Mrs. Gleiberman and Edward
TumaroH.
the ceremonies announcing the
Teddy Daniels Clinic; also partici- |
Dating were officials of the Work- j
I men's Circle, in which Mrs. Dan- i
I iels is active as financial secretary
I of the Culture Club, and as a ma- j
1 jor booster of the organization's
efforts in behalf of school children.
\mm*e winter u
5505 NORTHWEST 3rd STREET, MIAMI
inritvs you to am ml
Special Memorial Services
Sunday, Sept, 14, 1969
conducted by
RABBI MORRIS W. GRAFF
TEMPLE ISRAEL
*2:00 P.M.
*(Sec. K)
Sunday, Sept, 21, 1969
vonduvted bu
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
11:00 A.M.
RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
CONGREGATION BETH KODESH
11:30 A.M.
RABBI SOL LANDAU
BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
12:00 NOON
RABBI CHARLES M. RUBEL
CONGREGATION B'NAI RAPHAEL
12:30 P.M.
RABBI MAYER ABRAMOW1TZ
TEMPLE MENORAH
1:00 P.M.

For Further Information Call MO 1-7693
Due to Yom Kippur Eve (Kol Nidre)
Cemetery Gate Will Be Closed at 3:30 P.M.
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH
CEMETERY ASSOCIATION
GREETS THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
ON THE NEW YEAR 5730
AND ANNOUNCES
Community
Memorial Services
"HONORING OUR BELOVED DECEASED IS A PART
OF OUR HIGH HOLIDAY REPENTANCE"
RELIGIOUS SERVICES WILL BE HELD AT THE
Jewish Section of
Woodlawn Park Cemetery
3260 S.W. 8th STREET
Sunday, September 21,1969
10:00 A.M.
Rabbi Sol Landau
Rabbi Solomon SchHI Rabbi /Max Shapiro
WILL OFFICIATE
Cantor William W. lipson and Maurice Mamcbes
WILL CHANT THE LITURGY

$
$
ALSO AT THE
Mount Sinai
Memorial Park Cemetery
1125 N.W. 137th STREET (Opa Locka Blvd.)
Sunday, September 21,1969
12:00 NOON
Rabbi Solomon Schiif Rabbi Max Shapiro
WILL OFFICIATE
Cantor Maurice Mair.ches
WILL CHANT THE LITURGY


SEATS AND A TENT WILL BE SET UP
PRAYERBOOKS WILL BE FURNISHED
THE JEWISH COMMUNITY IS CORDIALLY INVITED
HYMAN CHABNER
President
FREDRIC ROSENTHAL
Vice President


Friday. September 12, 19S9
vJenist' mhridfiain
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Members of the Miami Beach Chapter of Hadassah Cancer
Research Committee making plans for the Dorothy Krieger
rink Memorial to be held Wednesday, Oct. 1, are, left to
light, Mrs. R. G. Kaplan, Mrs. Arthur A. Pekeiner, Mrs.
Samuel Sakrais and Mrs. Jack Miller.
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For A Happy Mew Year
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Friday, September 12, 19S3
Jewish Labor Committee Opposes Haynesworth Nomination
NEW YORK iJTA' The
Jewish Labor Committee has
rged die U.S. Senate to vote
against continual ion of Federal
Judge Clement F. Haynesworth
is a Justice of the U.S. Supn
*ourt. on thv grounds that his
record shows Ijostility^q qrgjn-
zed labor a*iid a willingness to
icrpetuate racial segregation in
ublic schools.
Charles -c. Zimmerman, presi-
ni of tin- Jewish Lai 01 Coi
nittee, which represents 500,000
.wish members of trade unions,
xpressed the organization's on-
osition to Judge Haynesworth
i .-. letter to Senate Judiciary
Comm ihairman James O.
Eastl u d (D-Miss. .
0 ys i iiorts to give
I and other mi-
i that th( ; '
-fi;-s* clasS *.'.*:< will be seri-
| by this appoint-
" he var .t. "B i.l*>* Senate
lintment, black
other Americans who es-
pous ts foi all of our
-.. n y have good n ason
t,> c] > il credi-
. We are dis-
lent Nix-
,-. ition of Judge
I. Judge Ha' neswi rth's nom-
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the Supreme Court seat resigned
earlier this yeai by Justice Abe
Fortas. It will also mark the
first time sinc< Pn si lent Wood-
row Wilson's appointment of the
lat Justice Louis D. Brandels
that thi U. Supreme Court
will nol have a Jewish member.
(-, Ki n Holesman
:hei ... near-
tears ti ''
when he be. '' n "
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fjtwist ftcridtian
'
Question
Box
By RABBI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why mm small container of
ih<- manna which ih- Sevn ;ii
in th- wilderness stored in lh-
sii net nary of Old?
Some commentaries claim that
MRS. MURRAY
I. LEVINE
and children,
Jack, Jonathan,
Felicia and Jeffrey
wish their relatives and
friends a
Happy New Year
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For information and interview,
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Happv New Year To All
CANCELLATION
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Telephone: 945-5601
Open evenings Mon. and Fri.
SYD STANLEY
and his children
DENNIS, DOUGLAS,
JOAK, NANCY and KENNY
Wish Their Relatives
and friends a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
i\
MR. and Mrs.
ALFRED I. MOSS
AND FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and Friends
A Happy and Prosperous
New Year
.. ; .;
this was done to servo as a re-
minder to the people of the future
that the Almighty will always pro-
vide a means of sustenance for
the human race if they prove
worthy. This was done lest some
would say that they had no time
for the study of Torah or for good
deeds because they must give all
| their time to their trade or busi-
Lnesa, in -cj-doi4n earn a living.
Even if a man should resolve to
spend ,,|| day jn pursuit 0f his
learning, some commentaries point
out that the Almighty will always
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l find a way to sustain him. Gen-
erally speaking, the ap|>earancc of
| the manna was one of those mir-
aculous events which happened to
the Israelites during their travels
iii the wilderness and as such it
was felt necessary to preserve the
i memory of this great act by the
Almighty in behalf of His people.
. This is considered so relevant for
, our lives, even today, that many
prayer books contain the passage
from the Bible describing this
; event as a reading to be recited
in the synagogue every morning
alter the morning services.
3
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CANTOR and MRS.
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ami daughters
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wish their relatives and
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Community Memorial Prayers
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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1969
11:30 A.M.
RABBI MURRAY A. ALSTET
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Sept. 19
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MR. and MRS. CHARLES SIMON
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wish all their relatives and friends a
Healthy and Peaceful Holiday Greetings
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* Jewish noridUar?
Friday, September 12, 19*33
Israel Loses A Friend In U.S. Senate
With Death Of Sen. Everett M. Dirksen
WASHINGTON The
death of Sen. Everett M. Dirk-
sen this week at the age of 73
makes Israel the poorer for the
loss of a friend in the Senate.
Daring most of his long Cor,-
gnssional career which began in
1933. Sen. Dirksen. who at the
time of his death was the Re-
publican minority leader in the
U.S. Senate, had favored Zionist
aspirations and Israel's security.
He urged President Truman to
support the establishment of a
Jewish commonwealth in 1945
and was an early supporter of
U.S. arms sales to Israel. In 1962
he urged President Kennedy to
supply Hawk anti-aircraft mis-
siles to Israel and in 1968 urged
the Johnson administration to
approve the sale of Phantom jets
to Israel. He advocated resettle-
ment of Arab refugees in Iraq,
criticized American aid to Egypt
and joined in a Congressional
resolution protesting the treat-
ment of Jews in Soviet Russia.
Jacques Torczyner. president
of the Zionist Organization of
America, recalled the Senator's
VOW thai "Israel shall not be-
come another Czechoslovakia-
made at the 71st national 20a
convention held in Washington
in 1968. and said. "Sen. Dirk'cn
was a close friend of the Jewish
people and always stood behind
Israel."
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Lebanon To
Purchase
French Missiles
PARIS (JTA) France has
agreed to sell large quantities
it Crotate ground-to-air missiles
to Lebanon, the JTA learned
here. French political circles
<( ntend that the sale would not
violate the arms embargo im-
posed by former President de
Gaulle on belligerents in the
June. 1967 Arab-Israeli War
! ause France does not con-
I i Lebanon to have partici-
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Matra Co., it was developed with
the help of the South African
government, which paid for the
research. France sold Lebanon
a number of Mirage jet trainers
last year. The French Foreign
Office last week emphatically
denied press reports that it had
partially lifted the Israel arms
embargo with respect to mili-
tary equipment and spare parts.
A frent page story in the Lon-
don Daily Express said the Brit-
ish Aircraft Corp. is negotiating
to sell Lightning jet fighters and
P.ed Top anti-aircraft missiles
worth some S'240 million to Iraq.
According to Chapman Pincher,
the paper's defense correspond-
ent, scent talks have been in
progress for several months in
U.S. legislator ami statesman Her-
bert H. Lehman was born :;i \ew Yuri;
in March 28. 187S anJ Jied in that
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tien: and director general of L'NRRA
he teas a United States Senator from
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that the Iraqi order can be ex-
pedited. A spokesman for the
Foreign Office refused to con-
firm the Kxpress story and told
JTA the Foreign Office never
comments on arms sales or ne-
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The London Daily Telegraph
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id delivering a consignment of
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Friday, September 12
1969
Frid
Accused Arsonist Agrees
To Television Of Trial
JERUSALEM iJTAi Mi- |
chad Denis William Rohcn. ac- '
cuaed of setting the El Aksa
Mbsque Bre here Aug. 21, has
agreed to permit his trial to be |
televised, a decision which will
nablc Israel t. use the trial in
an effort to offset Arab propa-
ganda,
Isaac Txmik of Tel Aviv, a
prominent Israeli criminal law- j
yer, has been assigned by the
court to cii f< lift Mr. Rohcn. but
the defendant has not yet ac-
capted the court's choice. Judge
Henry Baker, the court's presi-
dent, extended Mr. Rohen's de-
tention until the end of the trial.
expected to begin later this
month.
Mr. Rohcn is charged with
two count, of arson and two
counts of "violation of a holy
place." Each arson count carries
a maximum l.Vyear penalty and
each count of violation of a
shrine carries a possible seven-
year penalty. A 300-seat hall in
Jerusali m's convention center
will be turned into a courtroom
1 >r the trial so that hundreds of
newsmen can cover it.
Mr. Rohcn has refused to ap-
pear Ix'foie a special judicial
committee inquiring into the
cause of the fire, even though
several witmsses have incrimi-
nated him and he is entitled,
under Israeli law. to question
them. Mr. Rohcn. reportedly a
member of a fundamentalist
Protestant sect, confessed to Is-
raeli police that he set the
mosque afire because "God told
him to." But he signed a paper
waiving the right to appear as a
witness or to question other wh-
in sses.
Meanwhile. Sheikh Hilmi el
Muhtaaib and Hassan Tahboub.
director of the Waqf (Moslem
religious trusteeship i rejected
invitations to testify before the
investigating commission on the
grounds that they do not recog-
nize its legality. A third Arab,
former Jordanian minister An-
war N'usseil>eh. wrote that he
had no personal knowledge of
the fire or its causes.
The commission heard the last
Jewish witnesses. Police Chief
Daniel Barelli told the commis-
sion that he did not order the
use of force to disperse the
crowds interfering with the fire-
men's attempts to extinguish the
blaze because he did not want to
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fJenist Meridian
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A theater benefit for Temple Israel Sisterhood v/ill be the
musical version of "Goodbye, Mr. Chips" at the Sheridan
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^^ bound Mrs. William I. Brenner, left, and Mrs. Arnold Rosen,
both standing, Mrs. David Hochberg and Mr3. Kenneth
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Mcrgolesky for Florida State Theaters.
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I JAFFA (JTA>Dr. James A.
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Jadaear. desert after becom-
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tl is Bibiical seaport town.
staunch supporter of Israel.
56-year-old cleric was a
jti venial figure at home. He
. -ited Israel several times
i lection with his ministry
behall of Jewish anrl
i aus -. He was gathering
|i i for a book on the ori-
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nnc i to write. Their ear
>k' lown in in the trackless
Id< ess and a week-long
in- was conducted before his
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Friday, September 12, 196!!
Vows Exchanged By Linda Selevan, Alan S. Glachman
Linda Dcbra Solevan and Alan
Selig Glackman exchanged their
wedding vows at 7:30 p.m. Sunday,
Aug. 31, in the Alhambra Ballroom
ol the Seville Hotel. Rabbi Max A.
Lipachitz Officiated at the double-
ring candlelight rites, which were
followed by a reception and dinner
at the hotel
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
thur A. Selevan, 19610 NE 18th
PL. the bride, who is in her senior
v. ir .ii Florida Atlantic Univer-
sity where she is majoring in
Elementary Education, graduated
from North Miami Senior High
Si hool and Miami-Dade Junior
College and attended the Univer-
sity of Miami. Her husband, who
i also a si nior at Florida Atlantic
University, where he is an Ac-
counting major, graduated from
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Florida. He is thi son of Mr. and
Mrs. Murray (ii ickman, 5916 La-
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carried a cascade of white orchids
on her mother's white Bible.
Attending the bride were Mona
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Elaine Fox. matron of honor; the
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ushers Jerald Selevan, Jeffrey
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Kenneth Glassman and Thomas
Karson.
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In another devi lopment, the Unit I S- (tea again refused
intervene in behalf of King Hussein, who sought immunity from
Israeli attacks so Jordan's crippled main irrigation system can
be repaired.
rjb i c abini seated Tui sday, promised new support
,-.,.. A. Trorists ind reg rlr army units opposing Israel, but
.in .,. d coup in S idi Arabia reportedly failed
jj CU) .,; thrt m ire men this week for allegedly spj
for [si The three tw i civilians and a soldierwere believi I
to have n Moslems.
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*JeH'lsii fhortidTtirhir
Paqe 23-A
Obituaries

LEGAL NOlICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
,"il3l
,\l. -
'mi \ S>l\i" Lynnalielle, B1
'[,, Ave.. M Riverside.
fuPBBT, Mux. T5, BM Jefferson
i 1( ,i.!l. Ili> erslde.
REEiEERG, Slumuni
icllm *v M IS-
Iandes. Ida. *-. i
\,v. i i Im-riii
,ora. iVita. ^';- i"'1 -v '' Mnd St.
IaRON l'""-- 7I- -IS:' S,W- .-""! ,S'
I, inlc mi.-,.i Star > David.
(UANZER. Ilarnerd. 45.
[mih II HI*
sii. ?:,4
Itiverside.
3d lath St.. Ml'..
nt Ml. Nell
i.l.-. Int.-rm, .it Luki
LuBECK. V'letoria. 11879 Collins Ave.,
mi: v.rtli Miami Funeral Chapel.
in'.. 11 -it l.akesl ItELBOUM, Morris M.. Bfi, Mil B.W.
Itltli Ti r. Illveralde. Interment Ml.
/e'iner. Abe. 7-. 1801 N.B. Miami
,; ,|i, in NM.lt. Newman.
loi-NER. Isidore. 81. .":" S.W. 6Snd
\\. Itiverside. Interment Lakeside.
ISHBEIN. Anna. 'ATI Abbott Ave.
Ulverslile. Interment Mt. Kebo.
IBOwiTZ. Daniel, 48, ''''
|ai,-' cay, M.B. Blaaberg
1ER. Ni.-lhis A B9, M B
Tiiluni
River-
Colll'iia
ISTEiN. Samael 67, 1021
M.B.
(PUS. Pauline, ~'<. 18*9 Rrickell
ilordon. inii rment star of
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No 841H1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN It 10: Kstale l
J. I.V'i.N E1SBNSTADT a k u
.nii.WI I.YON KISKNSTAUT.
Deeeased.
To All Creditors and All Persons
Ravine Plains* "r Demands
Attains! Bald Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demunda
whi-ti >*o'i mn> have nffainsl the ,-s-
tate of J. I.V'N KISKNSTAUT. de-
ceased la.....t Dade County, Florida,
to the County Judges of Had.- County,
and file the aame in duplleate and as
provided In s-<-ti Rtalutex, In their office* In the Count}
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within -ix calendar month* from the
time of the first publication hereof, or
Ihe sain,' will be barred.
Dated ai Miami. Florida, this 15th
day of July, A l>. 1889.
SUE KISKNSTAUT,
Ah KMM'Utrlx
First publication of this notice <.ii
111,' IL'lh clay (if September. I.
Fill ?MRBItO, FltOMBHK(<
A WiTII PA.
I.YNN W. FROMRERG, or Counael
Attorney for Rxeeutrlx
M-10! Rtscayne BulldinK,
Miami, Fin.
8/12-18-26 1" :-,
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
lln undersigned, desiring t" engagi In
bUsineH.i under Ihe fictitious name of
RECLAIM FOODS at number 16318
N. W. !S7lh Ave., In Ihe City of Opa-
Isa-ka, Florida, intends to register ih,
said name with the Clerk "f the Cir-
cuit Court of Dade County, Florida.
Dated at Miami. Dade County, Flnr-
| A .< 1> SALVAGE, INC..
a Florida Corporation
By: i,iiii.i.ii> .wins. President
SHELDON It. ROSENTHAL
AI lornej for Applicant
III Northweal Fifth Street
Miami. Floritlu 3:1128
:i 12-18-26 l" ::
Itelman, Harry, 7". S8B0 s IV.
lb s Riverside
Ivil Sophie, 73, 1010 B.W. lAOth
IV rdon.
-SON, T-cl J ;;. 244" Flamingo
M B. Riverside, Interment Mt.
kV Elva, Mi 2330 B.W. llth St.
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LEGAL NOTICE
rED STATES DISTRICT COURT
rHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
No. 69-905. Civ. CA
RT UilORTl'NK.
||T "Bid ft," ex, "80 BIO,"
di nt.
|rii K: The I'nileil States Mar-
ls, uthem Districl of Flotilla, has
ihe foregoing Viuht "Hin H,"
lies, furniture, tackle mid up-
, es iii a cause civil and m.iri-
> seaman's IVOffea, in the
. f $4.8*5.00. Process is return-
The 6th day of September,
iii ihe United states Court House,
Florida and any person clalm-
Interesl therein must appear
r than Ihat dale and rile vrit-
p.unis. answ.-r or other defense.
on. or by attorney, or default
ndemnatlon will be ordered.
CEP at Miami. Florida, Septem-
I!
ARTHUR ItnTII
11 Alnsley Building
Miami, Florida
iturney for Plaintiff
V 12 68
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF ;
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF
THE STATE OF FLORIDA
TO A 1.1. TO WHOM THESE
PRESENTS SHALL COME.
ORKETINOS:
Whereas, SOLOMON ALTER. Miami
Beach, Florida. HOSE OOIJistein.
Miami Beach, Florida. DAVID OUT-
THNMACHER, Miami. Florida did on
on the '.'th day of December, AD. 1957
cause to be Incorporate*! under the
laws or the Stale t.r Florida. Alt.IAY
COURT APTS.. INC.. n corporation,
wllh its principal place of business nt
Miami Beach. Dade County, in the
State of Florida, and whereas such
corporation did mi the l:lih day of
| AuKUst, AD. lUfi'.', cause to he filed in
the office Of the Secretary of the
' Slate or Florida, the documentary nu-
1 thorlty required under Section 608.27,
1 Florida Statutes, showing the dissolu-
; lion of such corporation.
Now. therefore, the Secretary of
State does hereby certify to th- fore-
going and that he is Kntlsfied thai the
requirements of the law have been
complied with,
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
Florida, fit Tallahassee, the Capital.
hereunto set my hand and have at-
rixcd th. flreal Seal of the state of
this the THIRTEENTH day of AX'-
OUST, AD. 1869
To.M ADAMS
Secretar) of state
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NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File No. 69A333
NiiTHK IS HIZREBY OIVEN that
8:in-74 st CORF, holder of County
Tax Stile Certificate No. 8712 issii. ,1
the 1st ilay of .Tune. A.D. 1866, has
file,I same in ni\ office, ami has made
application for ;i tax deed to he issueil
thereon. Said Certificate embrai -
the followInK dencrlbed property hi
the County ,,f Dade, State of Florida, .
to-wit:
!:'. of N' lot :; in N\V',. Tropic.
Plat Hook '_' Paite .".7 Section 12
Township 16 South, Ronira 39Eaxt
eontuinitiK S.R6 Acres .More or less
in the County of Dade, State of
Florida.
Tin- assessment of Bald property
under the Maid certificate was in
Ihe name of: CHARIJ-IS K. FOKMAN
"t'nless salt! certificate Khali he re-
tieemeii according to law, the property
iles.-rilied herein will be BOld tn the
hiuli.-st i.i.m.i- for cash at the Court-
house door on the first Monday in
the mouth of October, l!"',!i. which is
the Hill day of October ,lf'.a.
Dated this !:nd day of September.
1969.
K R. LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk Of Circuit Court,
Dade County. Florida
By: P. P. c.ri.DSTiiAND
Deputy Clerk
, (Circuit Court Seal)
B J-12-18-M
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File No. 69A881
NOTICE IS HEREBY CIVKN
Al.l. STATES INVESTMENT
holder of city of Miami Men
Certificate No 146 issued the
day of May, AD I!"*:, has filed same
In my office, and has made applica-
tion for a tax deed to be issued there-
on. Sahl Certificate embracea the
following described property In the
County of Dade, State of Florida, to-
wit:
s SO" Lots 1 & -' Itlock 811, l-nwreni
Kxtate l-unl C" Sub PUil Rook '-.
Page .M in the County of Dade,
State of Florida, This deed will
be issued subject to all other out-
Rla-iidliiK County taxes and llena.
The assessment or xaid property
under the Raid certificate was in the
name of: il>H!"ii: CONSTANT,
liil.ss said certificate shall be re-
deemed according to law. the property
describe,l herein will be sold to ihe
I highest bidder for cash at the Loan-
house door on the first Monday in
the month of October. 1868 which
is the fith day of October, 1869
Dated this 2nd day of September,
1869.
E. B. i.r.v i HERMAN.
Clerk of Circuit Court.
Dade County. Florida
By: P. i' <;ii.dstkand
I i.-puiy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
! 0-12-19-26
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA.
No. 69-148<3
CIVIL ACTION.
NOTICE OF ACTION
IIRl'CB l> LEW IS. as Kxecutor
ol the l.al Will lllld T, -slalllelil
of and .TANK S F1VKKS and
WII.I.IA.M tl. BCHI.ECHTV,
PlalntlffH,
vs.
n ISEPII MAOI-IC \ and
PRANCES MAtll.ICA. his wife.
I .OUiS .I l.ll'INAt ci. .1 al..
I lef, nilnlits.
TO: All parties claiming Interest*
by, through, under or against
Nell Schlechty. deceaseI, and
(J. Q. Bchlecbty, deceased
ilesidonce unknown.
YOl' ARE NOTIFIED that an in-
lion t line (1) promissory Note dated
February 38, 1862. given by Jo-
seph .Manilla ami France* Magllca,
his wife lo Nell S. Ill, hiy. iii the
race amount of 116,000.00, bearlllM
interest at six percent (6%), pay-
able $100.00 per month,
has been ril.d against you and you
are required to serve a copy ,,r your
written defenses, if any. t,, it on Plain-
tiff's attorney. I-'.. Haul 11,-atty. whose
address is 1003 Beybold Building, Mi-
ami. Florida on or before October Mih
1908, and file the original witli the
cb-rk of this Court either before serv-
ice on Plaintiffs attorney, or Imme-
diately thereafter; otherwise a defnuli
will be enter,-,1 agalnsl you for ihe
relief demanded In the Complaint.
WITNESS my hand and the seal of
this Court on September 5, 1969.
B. H I.F.ATIIF.MMAN
As Clerk of the Court
By c. p, ct IPEL.AND
" As D.-puty cb-rk
! 12-19-36 l" '
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 78461-B
IN RE: Estate "l
I..,I INI'EI, '* 88ER,
11,. .-ase.l.
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that i have
ill, ,l ni> Final Repoi t and Petition for
Distribution aiel Filial Discharge as!
Executrix of the estate of EMANUEI.
(H.OSSER, deceaseil, and thai on the
17th daj of October, 1068. will apply
to th,- H.....iraltle County Judge* "T
Daile County, Florida, for approval of
saiil Final Report and for distribution
final discharge as Executrix or
itate or the above-named de-
anil
the
,-e.l,
196!
hi This 4th day of September,
In IRA fllJ I88ER,
Exei'utrlx
nil BERT
One
i;i:> iiwii
' Allonie\
1 Suite 229, One I inc.,In I J.I. Bldg.
; Miami Beach, Florida 33139
Tel. No. B38-4312
: 12-19-26 1" S
that
C" i.
Sab-
:tist
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY filVF.N thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage In
business under the fictitious name of
LONDON CABTI.E at 8716 Bird Road.
Miami. Fla.. mtends to register said
name with Ihe Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dude County. Florida.
FREDERICK 1 HAOBMAN,
Sole Owner
KE88I.ER A- BECKI3RMAN.
Attorneys for Apnlicanl
4!'.", Rlltmore Way
Miami. Fill. SS134
9 '12-19-26 I" ::
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY niVEN i
ihe undersigned, desiring to engagi
business under the fictitious nain,
THE POST MARK al 9.100 So
Dixie Highway, Miami. Florida.
tend to register Raid name with
Cl-rk of the Circuit Court of 1
County, Plorldn.
PATRICIA WRIC.HT
TIT B.W. 82nd St., Apt. D-101
Miami. Florida
THANK I. .1 A'"' >B8
8921 South Dixie Highway
Miami. Florida
ARTHI'R S DAVIS
Attorney for Pairlcln Wright
ami Diane I. Jacobs
fi 12-19-26 1"
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 82338- B
IX RE: l-Ntate of
JOSEPH .1. i "STltfiW,
He, ease,I
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given that I have
filed my Final Report and Petition for
Final Discharge as Executrix of tho
estate ,,f JOSEPH J. OSTROW, de-
ceased: and that on the Sill day of
October, 1969, will apply to the Hon-
orable County Judges of Dad,- County,
Florida, for approval Of said Final l>-
port and for distribution and final dis-
charge as Executrix of the estate of
the nbovo-namel d.....dent This 28tfc
day of .\tmu~t. 1969.
BONY A U imp. AUDI.
A* Exer-.ulrix
JOSH I'.Kl'Ili'N. Baqulre
Attorney
1370 Washington Avenue
Miami Bench. Florid,, M ^ %
hat
in
of
nth
in-
ill,-
ode
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fiollllou* name or
DAVID I. BBITI.1N. D.D.S., al 27W
S W. 3rd Avenue. Miami. Florida, in-
lends i" register said name with ih
Clerk of tin- Circuit Court ol Dade
County, Florida. .
DAVID ,f. SI-'.ITI.IN. D.D.8., P.A,
MARVIN H till.I.MAN
Attorney for
David .1. S, itlin. D.D 8.. P.A
lim Bricked Avenui
Miami. Florida 33131 ,_,,. ,
(HOTABI.K QUOTES
'One thousand years arc hard-
ly onoit:;ti to build a slate, hut
one hour is enough to destroy
It." General Chaim Lasskov
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\i (TICK IS HEREBY I11VEN that,
the uiiderslgnud, deslrlnn lo engage in
business under the fictitious name of
ROSENBLATT ,\- RoBMBK al Con-
eonl RIdg., i:ii W. Flaglei Street, Mi-
ami Fla., Intends to register sail
name with the Clerk ol ihe Circuit
Court "i Dade County, Flotilla
l!i ISENBI ATT < It' iKMBR
PRt iFESSU INAI. ASS< ii' I ATI" I.N
FROMBER. FROMBERG
,v Rl 'I'll. P.A.
M-102 Blscayne Bldti
.Miami, Fla, 3313U
'.' 12-19-26 l'1
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le*/ Friday, A
Arson Trial To Be Televised
(Continued from Pajre 20-A)
Rohen offered him a ten pound
note (about $2,801 presumably
as a bribe because the mosque
was closed to visitors at the
time.
Questioning by Attorney-
General Meir Shamgar revealed
that the guards appointed by
the Moslem Supreme Religious
Council had not ready means of
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS
To The Jewish Community
SHORTY and
FRED'S, INC.
1520 ALTON ROAD
Miami Beach
JE 8-1047
JE 1-5561
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
MARTIN'S PAINT
& BODY SHOP
Any Size Truck and Trailer
Painted Wreck. Rebuilt
Complete Mechanical Service
2331 N.W. 62nd Street
Phone 691-8411
DWARF
TREES
* YEARS OLD
6 INCHES TALL
Tht niliin'i lirriil Kite-'
till (I Cultivated Dwirf/
lomai Trill. Hundndi li
chiiu from. In poll, rick,
lie, $3.50 to $30.

GROW A TREE
IN A TEACUP!
In a Coffee Mug
Champagne Class
Brandy Snifter
We) furniih the trno; yew tumuli
the container. We can plant in
your own container while you
wait.
Will rimoin small. Crows ony.
where) indoor*, on a ceHae to-
ble. TV. daik, ate. We ihip.
Other dwarf varittits to 60
years of age!
SAMUEL L. PRESNeR
8500 S.W. 14th St. an 65th Hwrisa
tr
contacting police or civil defense
authorities and did not know
how to operate the fire-fighting
equipment in the mosque. The
witness told Mr. Shamgar that
in case of emergency he could
only run for help.
He said when he discovered
the fire he had a choice of run-
ning for help or trying to ex-
tinguish the blaze. He decided to
do the latter, but the flames
spread quickly and he had to
leave the scene to get help. The
guard said that when he came
on duty al eight in the morning
he did not see the nighl guard
whom he was supposed to re-
lieve. Rohen was already in the
mosque. He said he recognized
the Australian from a previous
visit.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
CARIBBEAN SHOE CORP.
255 S.W. 8th STREET MIAMI
Phone 377-2754
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gut than 4 smites away and just I ir -mis tl IS:.
Tin desieners il Vircaya Towns put tht "ln" in!i ordinary, la create apartment Irvinj on a lev-
el probably never belore set* ii Miami. The apartment layouts have been stieitilicaliy planned lor
ideal tralHc patterns. Every apartment niters the ma(nilicent vista ol the Bay. Key Biscayne aij
the ma;nliceat Yizeaya lames Dteriif's III room ISti century Itaiiai palazn. one ol Amen-
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rack apartment has a private terrace... imst have tn $nciMJ twit! lor cemlorlifcle
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pool ado's a oh ol emerald jiecn to the tropical landscape and the marina a co'cr'.-i "tiM
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Bart;' the quality cwttiction you mail expect at yucaya Towers.
VIZGAYA TOWERS
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Telephone 373-1617
Rental Office Open
COLONIAL TERRACE MOTEt
Bricked and 25th Reed
Telephone 373-1617
Beily 10 A.M. to S P.M.
Evenings By Appointment
PimJIf tttfghl / */
fluid* Eut Sim! friiirtui, int.


"dewish Floridian
ii, Florida Friday, September 12, 1969
Section B
Special Stillness In Jerusalem
Bj IIAKKV M. ROSEN
hen is a sp cial stillness in
jsali ni on Rosh Hashanah
I on Yom Kippur. You sense
in the home, y\jii sense it in
streets. The usual noises of
**|L>tistling capital are gone.
[1 is more than the quiet of
t) e usual Sabbath. To be sure,
ttte buses don't run on the Sab-
b. th ar.ii on other holidays. But
tl em e is a festive, holiday air
soundon the Sabbath and
the other festivals. On these
there are many cars on the
et. as the non-observant take
for the beaches and the
Duntains, or to visit friends or
lily. The people are their
iial voluble and volatile selves
erhaps more so because these
^bbath and festival days mean
lease from the labors and ten*
>ns of weekday work.
)n Rosh Hashanah, on Yom
ppur, no cars move. At the
nes of going to and coming
|m the synagogues, the streets
full of people, but it is a
t coming and going. Perhaps
the quiet of reflectionre-
ding on the past year, on the
; of loved ones in action aiong
tft Suez Canal, in "incidents"
Ang the borders with Jordan
*Bd Syria and Lebanon. Perhaps
is also reflection on the year
it is beginning, the yearning
flr peace. For. despite the stub-
Arn hostility of its neighbors.
Bace is the persistent hope and
prayer of all Israel.
On these High Holy Days al-
most all Israelis go to synagogue
the observant and the non-
observant, the believers and the
non-believers. There are only a
few large synagogues in Jeru-
salem and they are packed with
well-dressed, quietly worship-
ping Jews. The overall impres-
sion is not very different from
that of a typical large congrega-
tion elsewhere in the wi stern
vorld.
* The color and diversity is to
be found in the hundreds of
mall synagogues that abound
In Jerusalem. Small? They are
Ho bigger than the living-room
Of a middle-class western home.
Jews from a hundred countries
Crowd these tiny synagogues,
ach group giving special flavor
*nd color to its place of wor-
ship according to their origin,
differing in dress, language, in
ilv manner of prayer, in the
chanting of the service. Repre-
sented are the B kharan, Gn ek,
Mo ocean, Iraqi, Iran-
ian, a \a. ii ty of Chassidic i
gregations fr m th shti tlach of
: and many mure.
These synagogu s are tucked
away in the m >si unlifa ly places
in tiny streets and passage-
ways in the old part of West
Jerusalem where Jews moved
when they first left the Old City
a hundred years ago. Even in
the newer sections of Jerusalem,
the little synagogues have the
same modest, unobtrusive qual-
ity, blending into their surround-
ings. They are identifiable as
synagogues only when the wor-
shippers come out and stand for
a few moments to catch a bit of
sun and air before returning to
Edward Tumaroff
Histadrut Speaker
Edward Tumaroff. executive di-
rector of the Israel Histadrut
Council of South Florida, was the \
speaker at the season's first meet-
ing of the Histadrut Women's Di-
vision. Mr. Tumaroff. who came
here from Boston, when1 he was
an active leader in the Zionist
movement, discussed Ilistadrut's
major role in meeting the eco- [
| nomic crisis in Israel caused by
glowing military and political ten-
sion in the Middle East.
Also on the agenda was a dis-
, cussion of a project in Israel to be
adopteii by Histadrut as its 1969-
1970 effort in be'half of the educa-
I tienal, welfare, cultural and re-
1 ligious programs of Histadrut in
th-' Jewish state.
Dr. Michael Sossin is president
of the Histadrut Council, which is
mapping plans for participation in
the forthcoming Golden Jubilee
celebration of Histadrut in Israel.
the day-long s >rvice, or when
iii" sounds i i the si r> ice n aeh
ir ol thi : asserby.
It is at the VV stern Wail that
one si -s the wonderful unity in
all this diversity, especially just
before Rosh Hashanah ami aft i
the close of Yom Kippur. Here,
too. each group clusters togeth-
< r according to national and eth-
nic origin. It Is a kaleidoscope of
color and movement and sound.
You can spot the Kurds and the
Yemenites and the Chassidim
from Eastern Europe, the Mo-
roccans and the Iraqis, the Ash-
keiuuim from Western Europe
and the "Anglo-Saxim," each
small group worshipping accord-
ing to its tradition and its cus-
tom. But soon you realize that,
with all the differences, it is a
whole. It is one people. Jerusa-
lem, the city of peace, is united
in its prayer for peace.
In the streets or Jerusalem,
there is a special stillness. It is
the end of the old year, the be-
ginning of a new year.
Please God. a year that will
bring peace .
Henry Krcrmarz, 7921 S.W. 144th St., Miami, of the Jewish
War Veterans of America, conferred with Zalman Shczar,
Israel's president, on his recent visit to Israel when the
president conveyed a message of thanks to the people of
Miami and Miami Beach for their help and support.
Communist Daily Hits Arab 'Holy War' Try
LONDON (JTAI Prague's
Communist daily "Rude Pravo"
has criticized the Arab states
for trying to whip up a Moslem
"holy war" against Israel after
the fire which damaged the El
Aksa Mosque in East Jerusalem
Aug. 21.
Instead of calling an all-Arab
conference to discuss the fire,
the paper said, the Arabs have
seen fit to call for a Moslem
conference and thus e-scalate the
Arab-Israel conflict into a "holy
war against the enemies of Is-
lam.'" This cannot arouse sup-
port for the Arab cause, Rude
Pravo said.
(In another Czech develop-
ment, Jewish New Year greet-
ing have been exchanged be-
tween the Council of Jews from
Czechoslovakia in London and
the Union of Jewish Religious
O mmunities in Czechoslovakia.)
Campaign To Free Jews
"Operation Freedom for the
Persecuted." a nation-wide, inter-
'aith. letter-writing campaign, will
Iw headed by Mrs. Miriam Mandell
of Philadelphia. Pa., chairman of |
the Kol Yisroel Group. The pur- j
pose of the campaign is to see that '
a United Nations Committee is ;
formed to enable the Jews of Iraq.
Syria and Egypt to leave those
countries en masse.
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Friday. September 12. 1955
E-
Program Initiated To Relieve Hebrew Teacher Shortage I^IKSJSIHSSSS
will peak on Patriotism and Ma- "' '- Waft,
A program of educational ai.t tribute to our local needs. Beakfea pointment will strengthen still tionaiism and Their Effects Upon """**" Mlaml Beach at j
a program of educational aid
!- ,s icen initiated in Israel to help
( m l Serious Shortage of qualified
li act* is In the Jewish educational
: ui i nder tvMch tbj) ivcmitment
ol outstanding isravii oducators
for w i vice i.i ISA schools is Bpen-
sorad In tho Jewish Agency.
Tho appointmi'iit of Dov FihhIcI,
a graduate of Israel's Bar Han
l'tiivi ratty who has taught Judaic
< uis> I in various Israel schools,
m kIu the program to teach He-
brew language and literature and
Jewish history at the Hebrew
Acad my of Greater Miami during
the coming year has been an-
nounced by the Miami Beach edu-
cational institution's president.
Louis Mcrwitzer.
\ veteran of both the Sinai cam-
paign of 195G and the Six-Day Wat-
er. 1967, in which be saw service in
Israel 9 Army. Mr. Friedel is a
teacher of experience.
Rather man compromise our
Standards of instruction." Rabbi
Alexander Gross, principal of the
Academy, declared, "the Hebrew
Academy has turned to Israel as
, source of highly skilled edu-
cator- who have much to eon-
tribute to our local needs. Besides pointment will Strengthen Still
Mr. Kricdel's outstanding conipe- I further the appreciation our stu-
tence in an important area of He- dents have developed for Israels
brew studies." he added, "the ID- j cultural and religious life."
Two Groups Hear Gerald Schwartz
Public relations executive Gerald
Schwartz, who last month return-
ed from an extensive Histadrut
study mission to Israel, addressed
a recent luncheon meeting of the
Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai B'rith.
of which he is a past president. Mr.
Schwartz, an honorary president of
the Zionist Council of South Flor-
ida and a trustee of B'nai B'rith,
presided at the weekly session of
the city's oldest lodge, together
with attorney Gershon Miller, an-
other past president.
In a talk Sunday night before
some 125 residents of Lancelot
Hall. Bay Harbor Islands, Mr.
Schwartz stated, "Israel will re-
quire ov rwhelming financial sup-
port from world Jewry in the com-
ing months in order to meet an
economic crisis precipitated by the
high level of military action in the
Middle East during 1970."
The task of supporting Israel's
uonaiiMii emu in,-> ,....,..- -,-----,
Jews," at the Initial meeting of the p.m. Wednesday.

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said, and Israel places support of :
education second only to defense
in importance.
Meeting For Senior Citizens
At the regular meeting of the !
American Federation of Senior
Citizens m the Washington Fed-
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Beach, at 7:30 p.m. Monday, the
guest speakers will bo Herbert
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Jfewfafi ncrndliirtiin
Paqe 3-1
Bernard Segal Gets Top American Bar Association Post
Bernard G. Segal, a Philadelphia
lawyer known for his achievement
in the field of communal as well as
legal leadership, was elected to the
presidency of the American Bar
Association and inducted into of-
fice during the annual convention
held by the organization in Dallas,
Tex., last month the first ptrson
of th** Jewish faith ever to hold
lhat post. Organized in 1878. the
Association for years had an anti-
J-uish policy which prevented
their reaching positions of rank.
Mr. Segal, who has been a pio-
neer in the area of better judicial
selection, served as chairman of
several <>f 'he Association's most
powerful committees. A native of
New York City, h grew up in
Philadelphia and obtained his B.A.
and law degrees from the Univer-
sity of Pennsylvania. He served as
n Gowon Fellow a; th i li erslty
for one year alter obtaining his
law degree.
A member of the board of fzo\-
emois of the National Lawyers
Club. Mr. Sepal has served the
American Law Institute as treas-
urer and vice president, and ihi
American Judicature- Society and
the Committee on IhtV-l^tiemal
Communications of the World
Ptacc Through Law Center iGe-
ni vu, Switzerland i as chairman,
and is a Feiiow oi the Institute of
Judicial Administration.
Since entering prhate law prac-
tice in 1935. Mr. Segal has been
involved in the Commission on Ju-
dicial and Congressional Salaries.
lawyers' committee on Civil Rights
Under Law, attorney general's na-
tional Committee to Studv Anti-
trust Laws, natior.al Citizen's
Committee for Community Rela-
tions, ad\isory committee to the
: U.S. Mission at the United Nations,
the Department of State's advis-
| ory panel on International Law,
, and the Administrative Conference
' of the United States.
In addition to serving with the
American Arbitration Association,
i the UniUai. .Kiind, and the joint
board of the Annenbcrg School of
Communications, Ik- has served as
la membe-r of tile Trustee's" execu-
j live board ol his alma mater, and
played a vital role in Jewish af-
I fairs as president and chairman of
the board of the Allied Jewish Ap-
i peal of Philadi Iphia, director and
executive committee membe-r of
; Philadelphia's Federation of Jew-
I ish Agencies, an Albert Kistein
Medical Center trustee and execu-
tive committee member, national
director of the J'wish League for
Israel, and as vice president of
Dropsie Cullege.
System Developed
By Finn in Israel
TEL AVIV A new method
; for scientific computers in en-
gineering work which operates
at six time's the spee'd of pre-
vious systemshas been de-vel-
oped by Abraham Sonnenfeld.
I head of the computer center of
! Israel's -largest engineering -or*
I ganization, Tahal Consulting En-
gine! is. Ltel.
The new system is saiel to
permit simultaneous use of a
computer in two different opera-
tions. One of the units in each
Scientific computer is the- "Plot-
ter," which records results on
draft paper. Until now all other
units eif the- computer remained
idle while the plotter carried out
the direct ae-tion instructions re-
ceived from the computer.
With the- new mi th> d. tin
computer prepares the plotting
instructions and stores them oi
a magnetic elisc cartridge. This
phase takes one- sixth of th
time necessary for on-line eiraft-
ing. New problems can now b
run on the' computer while th.
plotter completes the transfer,
using the recorded code's.
The plotter is used by Taluei
in a wide range of work plans-
from the technical diagrams of
roads, bridges, buildings and top-
ographical maps to calculation
of construction material needs.
Tiie new method has attracted
wide interest since it was de-
scribed in professional Journals,
a Tahal spokesman saiel.
The wide experience gained-by
the Tahal organization in usina
Israel's limited water resources
to develop the nation's agricul-
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to ile veloping regions In all purls
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Friday, September 12, 195,
Beth Sholom Offers Musicai Instruction
A unique program of musical in-
struction will bo offered during
tin year by Temple Beth
Sholom. under the auspices of the
University of Miami School of
Music. Jack M. Fink, president of
the Miami Beach temple has an-
ced.
The courses will be offered as
t of the Temple Beth Sholom
rtool of Fine Arts program, and
classes and individual instruction
will be given at the temple, 4144
Chase A\ Miami B< a< h, tnder
th n of Judith Dru< ki r, a
bi ol the Division of
sic sc! 1 'lassi s in th
ti n In

essor.s. a
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n 2-6
ht-wei k
sessions ol ses are sched-
im rig Sept. 26.
. liti in of this unique pro-
. am." Mr. Fink state!, is aimed
roadening th'1 scope of cultural
rests of all members of the
community."
Mrs. Druck^-r. whose husband is
a Miami Beach attorney, reo iv< <1
her musical training at Curtis In-
' stitute and has taught voice and
music at Miami-Dade Junior Col-
lege. She studied with the Metro-
' politan Opera and has been asso-
ciated with the Opera Guild of
Greater Miami. She is currently
teaching voice at the University
' of Miami. U-M faculty members
scheduled t<> teach include Willard
Ray, cello; Maurice Spitalny, vio-
lin; James Hubbard. French horn
and trombone; Richard Prestage,
trumpet; Mrs. Drucker, volci : Ar-
ti and ph V'ali-
,-. P. piani
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Dr. Harvey Cooper To Practice
Podiatry In Southwest Miami

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havi .
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Dr. Cooper, a graduate of Ohio
Collegi 1 : Podiatry who interned
at St. Luke's Hospital in Fhila-
delphia, will he associati d with Dr.
Seymour Leopold.
Rev. Hirsh Marchbein Guest
Cantor ct Temple Beth Tov
1" .. st cantor at Temple B "1
T \ 'i th( High Holy
Da;' v '<' R v- fflrsn Mar(
i-, in, a grad te of Yeshiva Col-
! -I! i : :. I'nion and president
of the Jewish Ministers Cantors in
New York, wh rormeriy with at
Temple Beth Shojoro, Brooklyn,
F( n si Hills and the Jewish Center
', of Long Island. N.Y.
The cantoi will officiate at
Hashan: 1 servii s. it. 12, 13 1
11;, and ; Yom Kippur rvici s
Sept. 21 i 2, sisti I by thi

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Rachel Jane Eichelman of Ha!-
lan lale h is c ntly b idded to
the profi Bsional staff ol the Ji wish
Vocational Service >: Miami, ac-
cordin 5 to an annoum em nt m
y Stuart Rothchild, ; ', lent,
and Dr. Michael Goodman, execu-
1 i\ din ctor.
n 1 holi a
Vlaslcr 'it Ed tici legree in
and C mnsi ling an 1 a
Bach I01 ol Science d< gr In Edu-
cation from the University of
Hartfoi I, has s rved in the public
schools Di' Wi si Hartfo d as an
pli mentary tei :h r, a colli
c 1 inselor al the I': ol
Ha ifoi d, .1 c ouns lor with I
Fli State-D
I ion of V ;: -
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and -arried an 1
Miami Dade Junii Coll
holds professional membership in
the National Rehabilitation Asso-
i, the Florida R< h I lliti I on
Associatioi ai I S ith Florida
Pei sonnet and Guidance Ass icia-
tion:
A b ol the
1 it r tfia :;i Ji wisl F< leration
and i:. Unit 'I Fund <>f Dad,'
Count;.-, the Jewish '.
located al 318 N'W 25th
ffers sei vie 1 1 the handi-
and disal 1 d through its
i' habilitati in workshoi ; areer
''. co ins ...
-I students, Hi ai
uship 1 :
ii rma for co
:.'- and alsi .. '.' 1
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hV.SS RAXHll JAM tiCHKMAN
I Irs. Zelda Thau, president ci the Miami Beach Chapter of
Hadossah, receives the congratulations of Dr. Leon Kronish
(left), national vice-chahman of the Israel Bond Organiza-
tion, end Michael Litvak, newly named executive director
of Ihe Israel Bond Organization. Mrs. Thau has been named
tor the Woman of Valor Award which will be conferred
upon her at the annual Hadassah Bond-with-Israel Lunch-
son .0 take place en Tuesday, Oct. 7, ct the Fontainebleau
Hotel.
Judith Klug to Wed Kenneth Dreyfuss
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Klug of At-
lanta, Ga., announce the engage-
ment 1 1 their daughter, Judith, to
Kenneth M, Dreyfuss, son of Mr.
ar'l Mrs. Jerome S. Dreyfuss of
13) 15 'oronado 1 er North Miami.
B th Miss Klug and her fiance
a. attending school in Georgia.
The bride-eli ci is majoring in busi-
ness at the University of Georgia,
and her future husband, recently
discharged from the U.S. Army
after serving for three years, is
enrolled in Qglethorpe College,
Atlanta, when he is also majoring
in business.
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Temple Sinai.
Sherril Albert Sets
May Wedding Date
The ( ngagement of Sherril H.
Albert to Joel R. Horvitz, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Horvitz of
Fall River, Mass.. has been an-
nounced by her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Albert of Cora! Gables.
The bride-elect graduated from
Coral Gables Senior High School
and Florida State University,
where she is presently w irking on
her Master's degree.
A graduate of Providence Col-
lege, the prospective bridegroom,
who is a Mason, received his Mas-
ter's degree in accountancy from
Northeastern University and will
soon be qualified as a Certified
Public Accountant.
The wedding date has been set
for May 30.
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1, cup chopped onion
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Rabbi Lehrman To Conduct Emanu-EI Services Saturday
For the first Unit; since he un-
derwent surgery for an abdominal
obstruction last month. Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman, spiritual leader of
Temple Kmanu-KI for more thnn
25 years, will occupy his pulpit.
His recovery allows him to conduct
the High Holy Dajt services, which
for the thirteenth consecutive year
will be held in the Miami Beach
Auditorium, beginning at 7:15 p.m.
Friday, and continuing Saturday
and Sunday, Sept. 13 and 14.
During Rabbi I.chrman's illness,
services at Temple Kmami-Kl were
conducted by Rabbi Harry Jolt,
rabbi emeritus of Beth Judah, in
Ventnor, N.J.
Rabbi lehrman has chosen as
his sermon topic Saturday morn-
ing, the first day of the holiday.
'Don't Give Up On The Future
A Message for 5730." Sunday he
will preach on "We Are All Re-
; sponsiblcThe Challenge of the
| New Year." Cantor Zvi Adler, as-
j sistcd-tay the Temple Choir under
, the direction of Shmucl Fershko,
will chant the liturgy of the lioli-
! day sorvta s.
Separate children's services will
be conducted in the Temple. The
teenagers will hold their services
in the main sanctuary on Saturday
and Sunday under the affection
i ol Paul Kwitney and USY director
, Larry Aieni. Lehrman Day School
and Religious School children, ages
.6 to 12 will have services in the
Pearlman Mural Room under the
I direction of the teaching staff and
I the pre-school department will
|meet in the Nursery Room.
MM/ IkVING LCHKMAN
Hadassah Groups Schedule Meetings !r'""'".^""T
The first meeting of the season
ill be held by the Kilcli.- Cantor
roup of the Miami Beach Chap-
r of Hadassah at 11:30 a.m.
ursday, Sept. IS, in the Fon-
inebleau Hotel.
3 Guest speaker at the luncheon
Iv Blitts Surprised
On 25th Anniversary
A surpiso 25th wedding anniver-
sary celebration for Ira and Judy
Blitt was held at the home of their
daughter. Diane, and her husband.
Stuart Botwinick, on Saturday.
Sept. 6. The reception, attended by
more than 80 of their relatives and
friends, was co-hosted by their
. ther daughter. Cindy, and Mrs
Blitt's father. William Whitehorn.
Their long-time friends. Leo and
Vera Plot kin, brought the guests
of honor to the party; other well-
wishers Included Leon and Dottie
Kaplan, Mis. Leah Kleber and her
family, Mrs. Lillian Mason. Dr.
anil Mis. Richard Arnold. Dr. and
Mrs. Robert Harris. Mr. and Mrs.
Max Safra. Mr. and Mrs. Sol
Schreiber. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sil-
vi rman, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Rubin.
Mr. and Mis Jay I.uric, Stephanie
K isco, Or. and Mrs, Samuel ('!-
berga, from Louisiana, Adele and
Hy Kay, Iho Lecnona and Casti I la
fai ilies and nl! the Botwiniks.
will be Mrs. Charles Finkelstein.
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The Herd Group will hold its
first meeting of the year in the
Algiers Hotel, 2f>99 Collins Avc,
at noon on Monday, Sept. 29. The
officers will be installed by Mrs.
i [enry B. Wernick.
a m o
The i. it. uooaman R& P Group
will hold its regular meeting at
I the Miami Beach Federal. 8th St.
; and Washington Ave., at 8 p.m.
I Wednesday, Guest speaker will i>c
j Mrs. Emanuel Mcntz, Chapter vice
president. Program chairman Lil-
lian Goodman will siH>ak on the
! importance of the High Holy Days
and announcements will be made
regarding the Oct.? Hadassah is-
lacl Bond luncheon. Mis. Lillian
Cbabner will be the presiding offi-
' cor; Mis. Ray Gold on the pre-
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KkmUti rhrkflan
FSTULl
WOMAN OK THE WEEK
lie ESsenstein Hobermuii, wife of Surfsidc Vice
Mayor Louis Hoberman, was barn in Chicago. She was the
baby of the family- there were three older brothers to
spoil her. Hers was a religions household, where all the
holidays were observed, and in time she became, as she
herself expressed it. a typical Jew-
ish hausfrau.
Estelle studied piano at the
American Conservatory and at the
Chicago Musical College, and also
had a special talent in Art. Hter
water colors were always on dis-
play on the board at school.
After completing her school-
ing, she got a job as a secretary,
but didn't let it interfere with her
interest in music. When she got
"hung up" on modern dance, she
studied it at the Muriel Abbott
School in Chicago.
She was adorable as she told
how she met her husband, who
was her first-and-only. "He should
live and be well until he"s at least 120 years old," she said.
She was visiting in Hartford when they met, and it was
only a matter of three weeks until they knew they were
meant for each other. And now their daughter. Barbara,
and her husband. Richard Solomon, expect to add the
Hobermans to the ranks of the grandparents before the end
of the year, when there will be an addition to the Solomon
family.
Estelle and Louis originally came to Miami to visit his
parents, and like the "man who came to dinner" they liked
it so much they decided to stay and make it their home.
They lived in Coconut Grove a number of years. Estelle.
who is full of energy and creativity, became involved in
interpretive Israeli dancing, in raising funds for organiza-
tions by dancing or accompanying others on the piano. She
was always doodling with paints, and one day she took a
painting lesson, which was her introduction to oil paints.
She painted portraits and she painted landscapes, and the
more she painted, the more inspired she became. Every
room in her house can be a studioshe paints whenever
she feels the inspiration, and many of her paintings have
been exhibited.
The Hobermans became an integral part of the com-
munity when they moved to Surfside. Louis encourages her
in her work and she encourages and helps him in his com-
munity activities. An active and dedicated person, he has
been Surfside's vice mayor for 10 years, and has also served
as president of the Music and Art League of Miami Beach.
When they went on their memorable Mediterranean
cruise. Estelle took along her sketch book and a camera as
well. She is presently painting like mad. trying to transfer
the glorious sights she saw onto canvas, for her exihibition
this winter. She is continuing with her music as well as her
art, (she has to practice two hours a day to keep the teach-
er she's studying with from scolding" and in between paint-
ing and practicing, she does her housework and creates her
cwn dancing costumes (The creating part is just fine, she
says, it's the sewing that isn't so expert.)
Esteile likes peopleshe always has. and no doubt al-
ways will. She and Louis go to the concerts, and they like
to entertain and have musicals at hometheir house is al-
ways full of music, and Estelle plays the organ as well as
the piano. She is truly a helpmate to her husband, whom
she adores, and there is a wondrous feeling of harmony in
both her music and her paintings. She declares there is so
much harmony in music, that if every heart were filled
with it. all wars would cease and the whole world would
be in harmony.
njJec/Jma Jjclls hding J-or j/v
Cohn-Baker
Mrs. Beatrice C. Baker, 17315 NW
9th <"t-. and the late Julias E.
Faye Ellen Baker and Jerald Baker. Her husband is the son of
Norman Cohn were united in mar- | Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Conn. 18000
riagc Sunday, Sept. 7. at the Al- NE 9th PI.. North Miami Beach.
cuts Hotel. Rabbi Max Liuschit/ i Both bride and groom are gradu-
officiated at the candlelight eon- ates of Miami Norland Senior High
Sch
The wedding gown chosen by
thi new Mrs. Cohn was fashioned
,)! lace and silk orgai ; b and she
carried o bouquet of white orchids
and roses.
Aiu i a honeymoon in Jamaica,
the couple will In at home in
Gaincsvilli. win n I oth are seniors
al iiu l nivi rsity oi Florida.
Pollack-Greenberg
liis Sharon Grecnberg became
the bride of Frederick J. Pollack
Saturday, Sept. 6, al the Algiers
Hotel. Rabbi Leon Kronish offici-
ated at the 9 p.m. ci remony and
the nuptials were followed by a
reception and dinner at the hotel.
Sandy Snydcr served as maid of
honor; matron of honor was Mrs.
living Grecnberg. The bridesmaids
were Amy Pollack anu Ruth Kov-
nat; Judy Nelson was flower girl
and ringbearer was Mark Thie-
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MRS. WITH M. KOVENS
Kovens-T either
A eeremeny performed by Rabbi
Solomon Schiff in the Seville Hotel
Sunday. Sept. 7. made Jan Tenber
the bride of Keith M. Kovens.
The bride is the daughter of Mrs.
Muriel Stuart and the late Louis
Ttnbcr: her husband is the son of
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Kovens.
AfUr a honeymoon tour of the
West, the couple will make their
home in Knoxville Tenn.. where
the bride is majoring in education
and the groom is a business ad-
ministration major at the Univer-
sity of Tennessee.
rooms
Katz-Cohen
Myra Alice Cohen, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Cohen, 9008
Byron Ave., Surfside, and Martin
Jav Katz. son of Mrs. Shirley Katz
of 2920 SW 33rd Ct.. and the laic
Sidney Katz, were married Satur-
day, Sept. 6. in a candlelight cere-
mony performed ai the Algiers
Hotel by Kabbi Avroni Dra/in.
A senior at Florida Atlantic
University DadeCenter, when- she
is majoring in education, the bride
is a graduate of Miami Beach High
School and Miami-Dade Junior
College.
Her husband, who i-- teaching
junior high school in Dade County,
i; a graduate of Coral Gables Sen-
ior High School. Miami-Dade Jun-
ior College and Florida Atlantic
University.
The couple will live in Miami
after a honeymoon in Jamaica.
Shapiro-Koblenz
A double-rine ceremony per-
formed by Rabbi Morris A. Skop
at the Algiers Hotel united For-
ence Lynn Koblenz, daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. William Koblenz,
5755 SW 56th Ter., and Sidney R.
Shapiro, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Aaron Shapiro. 221 SW 52nd Ct.,
in marriage Sunday. Aim. 31.
The bride, who graduated I i m
Coral Gables Hi';h School, attend-
ed the University of Georgia and
now is a student at the Univer-
sity of Florida, .'.here she is a
member of Sigma Delta Tan. Her
husband is a graduate of Miami
Senior High School and ihe United
States Merchant Marine Academy
at Kings Point, N.Y. Hi' is pres-
ently attending the University of
Paul Sande
MRS. SIDNEY B. SHAPIRO
i
"Why Setllt for leu Get Til* Iet"
"Weddinns and
Bar Mifivahi
Our Specialty"
947-8124
Rabbi Schiff Conducts Services
Rabbi Solomon Schiff. spiritual
leader of Beth Fl Congregation,
will conduct High Holy Day serv- ;
1 ices at South Shore Hospital, 630 '.
Alton Rd.. at 11 a.m. Thursday, j
I Sept. 18. for the patients and staff
Of the hospital.
Brandeis Ladies Set Teas
The Greater Miami Chapter of
of Brandeis University National
Women's Committee held its first
membership tea of the season re-
ccntly at the Allison Island home
of Mrs. Lester Segerman, mem-
bership vice president. This was
the first of a series of teas in
various areas of Dade County. In-
terested persons should contact
, Mrs. Segerman. Mrs. Benjamin
Kresberg is the chapter president.
We proudly Invite you to visit
Heritoge Florist
You will find a wide selection of exquisite,
fresh flowers, toble decorations,
and fast efficient service.
We specialize in floral artistry, create
beautiful arrangements for every occasion,
ond design corsages to fit any special need.
Our weddings are tailor made to every person
and our designer takes pride in the
beautiful arrangements for each wedding.
We also specialize in our speciol
"Heritage Arrangements"
these ore our own special creation of
"Glass flowers or fruit"
And when in need of fruit shipping
to those friends and relatives up north
we ship a lull line of fresh fruit.
i
HERITAGE FLORIST
7646-48 Biscoyne Boulevord
Miami, Florida 33138
Raymond (Tommy) Thomas Eugene Compton
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Maternity Dresses, Sportswear, From Siie 3 jr. Pttita
We Cater Ta The "Carriage" Trade
Ye* Too Can Be A "lady-in-Waiting"
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An Invitation From
heritage Jflortet
Florida College of Law, and is
student district president of Pht
Alpha Delta legal fraternity.
The floor-length modified A-lin*
gown worn by the bride was f.i-h-
ion of peau de soie appliqued with
lace and pearls. Her tulle veil waa
held in place by a cluster of seed
pear! flowers,
Both mothers ;ind grandmother*
wore gowns of pale pink, 'i bd
bridal attendants' gowns were of
velvet in a cherry red shade.
Jackie Koblenz served her sistei
;is maid of honor: bridesmaids
were Janis Groh, Debbie Jacobson
Sherry Wilensky and Linda Slote
Allen Altman was besl man: 1 >
ushers were Barry Shapiro, Roy
\v, ber and Tom Selover.
When they return from a honey-
moon in Jamaica, the couple >ii
make their home in Gainesville.
Wig
Special!
CLEANED AND STYLED
$5
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Regularly $8.00
Mr. U
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Beauty Salons
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561 N.E. 79th Street
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872 N.E. 125th Street
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Luncheons and Banquets.
We cater to the Temple
Members also to the Gen-
eral Public.
For Hotel Plaza of Miami
Beach to do the Kosher
Catering for Organiza-
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100 to 1000 persons.
For Information please contact
Mr Sidney Hechtman or Mr. Walter Schuman
at 534-9587-538-2503.


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+Jenist Flcridliari
Friday. September 12. IS69
. SAME PLACE, SAME HAPPENING
WestVlew Country Club had its usual Labor-
Day doings a full (lay, with golf tournament
and brunch foT starters. (Mr. and Mrs. Bon
Koven. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Aronberp: and Mr.
and Mrs. Jack Langer were the winners. 1 The
cocktail hour and buffet dinner in the delicious
Westview tradition came later. Meanwhile the
children, too. were having their day in the sun -
games and races all day and during the cocktail
hour, the showing of the movie "Sammy the
Seal."
Among those attending at least part of the
day's activities were the Stanley Segals, the Steve
Segals. Neil Kishmnns. Morton Clicks. Dr. and
Mrs. Stanley \V. Weinkle. Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Rosenberg. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lefcourt. Mr.
and Mrs Joseph Lipton, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Feuer
and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ruskin. Stanley and Joni
Tate and Stanley and Charlotte Wolff were there
for the golfing. At one table were Dr. and Mrs.
Paul Furlong, Dr. and Mrs. Harold linger and
Mr. and Mrs. William Weisman. Each year the
whole thing seems to get bigger with more baby
sitters, more children, and more fun for every-
one.
NO BETTING AT FABULOUS fLAOLEB
There was one race at Flagler Dog Track
during which betting did NOT go on as usual in
the swank dining rooma real cute blonde model
in a black leather dress sliced down the middle
was strutting her stuff at the time. Among the
folks who were there that evening were Mr. and
Mrs. Jack Cooper. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Zecman.
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney Lefcourt. Mrs. Nomi Zank, Mrs. Rita
Golden and Mrs. Elaine Shafton. Stuart Gordon,
debonair in his white jacket, was there with his
wife, Peggy, Dr. and Mrs. Liny Schine and Mr.
and Mrs. Aaron Fan*.
aces
THEY DIDN'T SEE A ONE!
Philip and Sylvia Friedman, just back from
Los Angeles, didn't see one movie star -but the
wedding they wenftoat the 'Beverly Hilton Hotel
out-did any Hollywood movie The bride was
Ellen, the daughter of Sylvia's brother, Arthur
Ackerman, and his wife: the groom's name was
Gerald Welter.
THEY CAME HOME
While Jimmy (James 1 Stern went to the na-
tional convention of the Jewish War Veterans in
Los Angeles, his wife, Trudi, went to a conven-
tion, too a convention held by the International
Ostomy Association, of which she is a national
vice president, in Columbus, Ohio. They both re-
turned home Sunday, Trudi at four o'clock, and
Jimmy, who has now been made Regional Com-
mander, at eight o'clock. Such V.l.P's!
MR GBAXDDACGHTEB8
Simone. Nanette, Maureen, Yvonne, Alese and
five-month-old triplets Beita, Gladys and Ruth,
are the daughters of Judi and Philip Dillon, who
live in Arlington. Tex., and granddaughters of
Jack and Bert Klinger, who live in Surfside. have
been paid a visit by their grandmother. Judi,
who belongs to the Multiple Birth Club and at-
tends all its meetings, never has had diaper or
formula service and does her own sewing. Bert
says it is a pleasure to watch them at dinner.
Daddy I who graduated, cum laude, in June after
working while he attended schooli carves and
cuts up the meat on each plate lie fore he hands
it to Mama, who put the vegetables on and passes
it down the table, i As for feeding the triplets.
that's another story..1
Frances Lehiior.
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+Jenist fforiri'for
Friday, September 12. 1963
44S EAST
OKEECHOBEE]
ROAD, HIALEAH
Phone TU-7-4012
Serving the Sooth's
Finest Barbecue
RIBS
CHICKEN
CHAR BROILED STEAKS
STEAK SANDWICHES
COMBINATION PLATES
* bandwiches
French Fried Onions
Corn on the Cob
Baked Beans
NOW SERVING BECf)
Yovr Favorite lD.ft
OPEN EVERY DAY
11:30 A.M. to 10 P.M. *
'50
Mmtst
Prim* sirloin steak
larvae/ Japanese tfy/t
MIAMI
SPRINGS
VILLAS
100 DEER RUN IM-I9II
FUND RAISING TIML
irn NOW at tl
Wonderful World ot
BANQUETS PARTIES
LUNCHEONS
MEETINGS
Fabulous Dining Facilitiem
Private Areas & Garden*
American & Canton
Menu at All Time*
Authentic Native Show
RESTAURANT and GARDENS
US. 1 JUSI NCMTH Or GUIISTBIAM POOK
MIAMI 4**7 BROWARD 1A1 JUI
&tortini Sousr fcir otjasfeor*
STEAK? STEAK? STEAK?
WE'RE CRAZY!
Ever since we opened for business in March of 1967, we've
been featuring steak on our 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
way meat prices have gone up, climbing out of sight! But,
still we go on tradition, and all that! That's right Choice
sirloin steak all you care to eat plus the huge roast of
beef that's always on our dinner menu only $?.45 every
Saturday night. Try it you'll find you can't afford to eat
at hoi .
$045
2
,
SPECIAL PRICES FOR CHILDREN
D.3M! sewd di.li 4:30 3 Sartav 133 J
14875 SOUTH DIXIE HWY 233-8852
Continental TOT Kosher Caterers
WEDDINGS BAR MITZVAHS BANQUETS UNLIMITED
1/SHOXA TOVA TIKESEVU
1393 BIRD ROAD, MIAMI Phones 226-1744, 221 9096, 226-4031
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For Something New and Different ir Our Miami Area
2340 S.W. 32nd Ave. 443-2536
Call For I ^formation Before Going To The Theatre
m Baiurrc?
. SPANISH MEDITERRANEAN RESTAURANT LOUNGE
2322 N.W. 7 ST.
IP YOU WISH TO CALL
FOI RESERVATIONS
642-9043
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WEDDING PARTIES
SPECIALIZING IN HOME CATERING
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If No Answer Dial 806-ttKM
400 SWALLOW DRIVE.
MIAMI SPRINGS
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'ALL YOU CAU TO IAT"
A Happy New Year
To All Our
Jewish Friends
14875 SOUTH DIXIE HWY.
COCKTAILS BAKERY GIFT SHOP
SWEDEN HOUSE SMORGASBORD OF MIAMI INC.
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SPECIALIZING IN BAR MITZVAHS,
ENGAGEMENTS & WEDDINGS
Phone 538-5401
tim PWI
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Tht ONLY CHi-*mir.'ti,i ttitaurant in So Flortos
OWN 24 HOURS [tittpt Suntfcy 4 Ho!n.jtb do mo* 7AV,.J^'
7 5ud
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2tM 3. FEDERAL HWY, (U.S. 1), FT. LAUOERIALE
CALL 522-9144 TAKE OUT SERVICE
HENRY'S OPU 24 HOURS
Le Cafe
de Paris
FLORIDA'S FINEST
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FRENCH FOOD
Luncheon from 11:30
to 2:30
Dinner 5:30-10 P.M.
Special
Table d'Hote
*4.95 .
4:30 TO 10
OR A LA CARTE
OWNER CHEF "DEHIS"
Choice of one:
ZJomalo Juice Druil Cup
Pal. Ju CLf SeafcJ Cocltad
Creamed J4errinq C.cfa II laijonnalie
Soup Ju Jour Viclujaoiie
Ooi/yir a l \Jianon Cjralinee
hroileel KeJ Snapper
Lhichen a la Keine, (-j ratine
feeej feourrjuitjnon
Sliced ZJilel ll/ignon, 'korJefaise Sauce
Sleah ll/arcluinJ Je Uin
Includes Potato, Vegetable and Salad
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Untie Lube ZJrenck Paslrij Creme Caramel*
L-of fee or ZJea
the only authentic French Restaurant in Florida
Two Locations
DANIA
400 E BEACH BOULEVARD
rOppo.ittJoi.Alai) (Closed for Lunch) 927-9724
(CLOSED MONDAYS)
FORT LAUDERDALE
715 E. LAS OLAS BOULEVARD
(Parking Behind Retfaurant) 523-2900
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Friday, September 12, 1969
vJtnist! Fhrkttan
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COLA
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tastes great in cans
A Product Of Beverage Canners
3550 N.W. 110th St.
r> w3
GRAND OPENING
IIS TIME TO SAY HAPPY JSEW YEAR
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+Jmlti Fkrkjii&r,
Friday. September 12,
H is our privilege to express
Our appreciation to our many
Friends for their kind consideration
During the past year
*. *<
4*

We Express Genuine Greetings and
Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
THE STAFF OF
^Jewisti florid ian
SELMA THOMPSON
HANNAH MOSS
JEAN KEUY
EDITH ZIPP
ISABEL GROVE
FRANCES LEHMAN
DOROTHY BREWER
DOROTHEA COOK
Al DREXEl
CHRISTINE CARRIGAN
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EDWARD COHEN
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W T. BREWER
ZEE SCHMIDT
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school
Levin.
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19694
rwvn
A new concept in curricula for
confirmation classes at Temple
Bith Sholom was announced this
week by Dr. Leon Kronish, rabbi
of the Miami Beach congregation.
Confirmation and pre-confirma-
tion classes will operate this year
on a trimester basis, Rabbi Kronish
sail?, allowing a maximum of elec-
tive or optional courses, and con-
firmation classes will culminate
with an "Oleh Regel" or pil-
grimage to Israel.
"The availability of the Oleh
Regel to Israel, coupled with the
unique programming of instruc-
tion at Beth Sholom will help to
build a strong bridge between the
new fici" rations growing up in the
United States and Israel." Rabbi
Kronish asserted.
Th youngsters did not ex-
perienc the Hitler holocaust, nor
did th / live through the excite-
r. nt of the birth of the State of
Isra> L* ssons are to be learned
by Jewish youngsters in both the
United States and Israel, and we
it Utilize the speed of mod-
ern t ,i isp i tati in link i i the
future leaders of both nations."
uates will become as meaningful
a ceremonial milestone as the Bar
or Bat Mitzvah or Confirmation
itself.
Temi>lc president Jack Fink
said the trimester d< t.:ils are be-
ing worked out by it rabbis, the
school administration, faculty and
the students themselves. "While
emphasizing the Israel activities,
we intend to have a complete bal-
ance with other areas of social jus-
tice, and with education in Jewish
history, .culture and tradition,'! h<
added. "In addition, we plan to
The new confirmation class cur- accelerate PMm of conclaves
at camps with the cooperation of
riculum will be supervised by Dr. ,bo)n our own s(alf Bnd ln;it ()f ,,,.
Kronish and Rabbi Jerrold Levy j L'nion of American Hebrew Con-
with the assistance of th" temple's gregations."
Courses in conversational
in w will be offered to. but
required of. participants in
OloTl Regel nroeram which will be
-- '..r-r r1 <"i I
launched next summer.
He-
not
the
I
Kronish said he hopes the
."' ,'1 i,. coi fiimation grad-
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fie Work Of ORT Is Complicated By Poverty In India
By ROBIN OILBEBT
The subject of Jewish poverty
rmy seem to be a strange one.
(Hrlbrenkini to see and de-
|grading to live with.
The Sort'or povci ly tha't (^xlsVS
burdens the Jewish community
of India, which has more than
10.000 Jews concentrated chief-
ly in Bombay.
In a city where the economic
Standards of the Jews are the
Baine as those of the other citi-
pns. n family pays the equiva-
i?nt of $1 a month to live under
staircase in a tenement build-
t, and a Ixjy turned up for the
IT Polytechnic entrance ex-
piation without his brother,
had also been attending
Iparatory courses, because, as
explained. "We only have one
|r of trousers between us."
tusands Bleep in the streets
fight, and each morning there
queue in the hospitals' out-
ti< nt clinics for those who
ire been bitten by rats during
night
pen 1 was appointed the
HI director of ORT in India. I
represented the Joint Dis-
"' .tin:. Committee. Because it
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absolutely essential that we of-
fer social welfare necessities
Side by side with vocational
training. So ORT. with the JDC,
established a feeding program,
To show you how every cent
collected in the United Stales
is made to count, let me tell you
how it is bchiK spent.
Because the majority of the
students lived with huge fami-
lies in single rooms, sometimes
15 or 20 to a toom, anil often-
times had to get up at 3 a.m. to
be able to Ret water from the
tap they shared with everyone
else, it was necessary to provide
them with the basii.' physical ne-
cessities food, water, clothing,
was impossible to establish a de-
cent school with students who
Friday Openings And
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"The Maltese Bippy." o horror
comedy with Dan Rowan and Dick
Martin, opens Friday at the Surf
Theater. "The Longest Day" and
"100 Rifles" begin their run at the
Miami Theater, and "Inga" and
"Playgirl After Dark" are booked
at the Boulevard, Coral Way. 27th
Ave. Drive Ins. and Ft. Lander-
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had neither the nourishment nor
a place to sleep and to study.
Simple things, but without them
I here would be no education. A
.nourishing meal, based on rice,
can be furnished to a student by
the ORT school for ten cents.
American, and the other re-
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of a JDC supported dormitory.
Four of the boys who have
graduated from the ORT school
will teach next year. Others are
going to Israel because the ORT
certificate gives them an eco-
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are making a good living. Those ;
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lias thus raised the whole eco-
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Miami, Florida Friday, September 12, 1239
Paqe 17-B
A New Year's Message From The
Rabbinical Association Of Miami
By DR. JOSEPH R. NAROT. President
The role of the rabbi, in our day, has be-
come quite complex. His responsibilities have
gone far beyond his own congregation, reach-
ing out to the entire community.
The understanding of this expanded ro!e
is vitally important to the spiritual security
of any given community. For only through the
proper understanding of the purpose and the
function of the spiritual leader, can a com-
munity gain maximum benefit from his guid-
ance and direction.
One. of the objectives of the Rabbinical
Association of Greater Miami is to interpret
this role, and to inform the community of
the areas in which the Rihfei, by hi- train-
ing and tradition, is qualified to lead and to
guide his followers.
The Rabbinical Association of Great'r
Miami includes close to 50 rabbis serving the
South Florida region, in all groups of at:;
tion: Conservative, Orthodox and Reform.
They meet monthly for deliberations on mat-
ters of common concern.
The work of the Association fails into two
main categories: the relationship with the
Jewish community, and the relationship with
the general community.
An example of the former can he se< n i
the dramatic events during and since the "Six-
Day War" in Israel. Fro.;) the ::-i i- .'.. renl
threat to Israel's existence, through the f- ilous weeks that followed, the RaLlv
Association stood in the forefront, r,jiying the
community in an unprecedented mobilization
effort. The leadership of the community's
Rabbinate spearheaded an outpouring of fi-
nancial support for Israel from synago;r -
and temples. Blessed, in addition, with ad
cated lay leadership, our community far out-
did all expectations. The crisis in the ana
ever since the war has been a matter of on-
going concern and deliberation of the Associa-
tion.
Earlier in the year, with the tragic hang-
ings in Iraq of several .lews on trumped-up
charge** of espionage, the Rabbinical Asso-
ciation helped plan and stimulate a masit
protest rally in the Miami Beach Auditorium
which was attended by an unprecedented
number of persons. Through our efforts,
leaders f the Christian clergy participated
in the rally expressing their shock and
concern as well.
The Rabbinical Association sponsors educa-
tional programs through the various media of
mass communication. Among these are The
Jewish Floridian's "Rabbinical Pa^e," which
features sermons by the local rabbis; two 30-
minute television programs, "The Jewish Wor-
ship Hour," on Channel 10 at 9:30, and "The
Still Small Voice." on Channel 7 at 10 o'clock
every Sunday morning. We also participate in
the one-hour inter-faith television program
"Man to Man," which has been telecast at 10
p.m. each Tuesday on Channel 2, during which
a rabbi, priest and minister discuss topics of
mutual concern, and present radio messages
on, among others, WIOD. WKAT and WGBS.
Foremost amoni; our activities are an
"Ethics Committee," which devises standards
of dignity in congregation practices, aiming at
the elimination of commercialism in synagogue
life, and a "Vaad Hakovod," a committee of
arbitration, which resolves disputes within the
community without the need for legal adjudi-
cation.
As education is a vital part of the rab-
binate, a portion of every meeting is set aside
for study. Guest scholars who grace our com-
munity from time to time, as well as our own
member rabbis, are invited to lecture, to lead
d:scussions, and to present papers and treat-
ises on various subjects. This is in keeping
with our tradition which calls a scholar a
OR. JOSEPH K. NAROT
Talmid Chochcm,"a wise student. 1: is only
when one consideis himself a p.-rpetual "stu-
dent," always willing to learn, that he will
11 in retaining and in expanding his
.\ ledge.
The Association members are active in
pport of the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
te r: which serves as the fund raising arm of
the Jewish community, as well as ail i the
ration's constituent organizations. lh.-
te of Israel is the object of much of the
Association's concern. The investment pro-
gram o: Bonds fo: Israel, the Jewish Nation il
> ir.d. and the many Z.oiiKi ganizatiom
included in the woik <>r our member rat.bis.
. Association also work-- very closely with
the Bureau o! Jewish BdttC3lorl of Great r
Miami, which serves a'l of the congregational
7: iicious schools in the area, with the purp se
i.! elevating the stand in'.s of the religious
education of our youth.
Our recently Inaugurated Chaplaincy
service has helped till a vital nee I in our
community. Visitations to offer solace and
services to the many ill and infirm in our
hospitals is a sourc? or new strength and
comfort to countless numbers in our com-
munity. The recent expansion of the |tro-
pram will bring even greater strides in the
service of this progrsm. which is co spon-
sored by the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion and the Rabbinical Association.
Part of our work in relationship with tho
general community is the issuing of an annual
'calendar on religious absences." which lists
tho dates when attendance at schools conflicts
with the Jewish holidays. This calendar is
presented to the various school boards and
colleges and helps eliminate many conflicts,
such as examinations, football games, gradu-
ations, etc.
The Association works closely with relig-
ionists of other faiths on matters of common
concern. One of these is the Inter-Faith Agen-
cy for Social Justice, whii^h involves itself in
racial, social and economic problems. The
Miami International Airport now has an inter-
faith chapel, a project which the Rabbinical
Association, together with the Diocese of Mi-
ami and the Metropolitant Fellowship of
Churches has been working on for some time.
Another tangible result of our common efforts
will be an inter-faith religious complex at
Interama, which will serve vast numbers of
visitors and permanent residents.
We join in extending good wishes to every
Jew in our community, in Israel, and the
world over, as well as to all humanity, for a
year of life, health, security, and above all,
"Shalom'' peace.
Jr resident s ^/Vlcs
essaac
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I III: WHITE HOUSE
WASHINGTON
In this season of the Jewish Hiah Holy Days, my
warmest New Year's wishes are extended to all my fellow
Americans of the Jewish Faith. I share your hope that the
eve of September 12, which ushers in a New Year on
your calendar, may mark the beginning of an era which
will bring new blessings of peace and prosperity for all
mankind.
Inspired by this year's triumphant demonstration of
man's capacity to master the technology and intellectual
challenge of our age, may all men of goodwill join their
efforts toward the achievement of well-being here on earth.
Out of the glory we have witnessed and before which we
stand in awe, may man's terrestrial as well as his celestial
life be fortifed and enriched.
The holy season you celebrate particularly reminds
us cf the urgent need for self-examination and for
rededication to the imperatives of justice and mercy. It
stirs the conscience of men throughout the world to right
the wrong** and alleviate the sufferings that mar the
progress we have realized. And it brings us all together
in the prayer that the words oi the prophet Isaiah may
gain fulfillment in our lifetime, and that nation shall not
lift up sword against nation.
The American Jewish community has throughout the
history cf our nation been in the icrefror.'. of tne search for
true equality, dignity and decency for all. Eut c'. this time,
we are especially reminded of the endurina contributions
you have made to the unrelenting search io: a real brother-
he od cf man under the Fatherhcod of God. Our thoughts
are with ycu as you begin these solemn dcys of worship
and our hearts are filled with gladness as we extend to
each of ycu the traditional Hebrew greeting, "Shanah
Tovah:" A Happy New Year.
RICHARD NIXON
Israel's Greatest Joy, Biggest Problem
"The Law of Return" Israel's
answer to the immigrant quota
system practiced by many nations
-- has provided the little nation
with a population as diverse in
background as any country in his-
tory. It has also stiained the Is-
raeli economy.
"The Law of Return" is the
Israel immigration law which en-
titles any Jew in the Diaspora to
Worshippers Will
Hear Shimon Yallon
Shimon Yallon, one of Israel's
foremost public servants, will be
in Miami during the High Holy
Days to speak at synagogues and
temples on behalf of State of Is-
rael Bonds, joining other national
and community leaders in the High
Holiday effort for Israel Bonds
which has become traditional in
synagogues and temples through-
out the nation.
Mr. Yallon, who served as Is-
rael's Consul Genera] in Atlanta
from 1964-66, and has held various
key posts in the government of
Israel during the past two decades,
is now serving as Assistant Direc-
tor General of the Ministry of
Development. He represents the
government on the boards of di-
rectors of a number of major en-
terprises, including the Dead Sea
Works, Chemicals and Phosphates.
Ltd., and Negev Ceramic Mate-
rials, Ltd., and also aids in super-
vising the development of the Ne-
gev and the port of Elath.
become an Israeli citizen simply
by migrating to the state. Since
it became independent May 15,
1S48. Israel has absorbed more
than 1,250,000 Jews, populating de-
velopment towns and kibbutzim,
and causing some overcrowding in
cities like Haifa, Ttl Aviv and Je-
rusalem. Its total population now
stands at about 2,750.000 persons,
Jewish and non-Jewish.
Last year, Israel absorbed 30,000
immigrants. It will welcome about
40.000 this year. To understand
the meaning of these figures to so
small a nation, they can be com-
pared to emigration to the United
States. If the United States were
to absorb immigrants in the same
proportion to its population, it
wouid take in throe million immi-
grants each year, a figure which is
greater than its total during the
past ten years.
Much of the money spent to
bring Jews to Israel from coun-
tries of distress and oppression is
raised by the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation for the United
Jewish Appeal and its beneficiary
agenciesthe Joint Distribution
Committee, United Hias Service,
the New York Association of New
Americans and the United Israel
Appeal and its beneficiary, the
Jewish Agency.
Since its inception in 1939, the
United Jewish Appeal, the Ameri-
can Jewish community's major
channel of funds for overseas aid,
has raised more than two billion
dollars for humanitarian purposes.


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Friday, September 12, le
Mount Sinai Medical Center Plans
20 Million Dollar Building Program
A TTAINMENT of the age of maturity is
an event in any life. So it will be
for Mount Sinai Hospital, brimming with
exciting plans for future growth and de-
velopment as it approaches its 21st birth-
day three months hence.
The enthusiasm centers on the institu-
tion's proposed S20 million Mount Sinai
Medical Center little more than a
dream a year ago, but now on the way
to fruition. The Maribel Blum Nuclear
Medical Research Building and Miami-
Dade Junior College Paramedical Educa-
tion Center are under construction now,
and ground-breaking is not far off for the
new X-ray and cyclotron complex, ex-
panded emergency and radiation therapy
facilities and service areas to keep pace
with this continued growth.
These are the initial results of Mount
Sinai's 20th anniversary campaign, an-
nounced last January, launched officially
at the annual Founders Club dinner in
March, and gaining impetus ever since.
Importance of the medical center project
can be realized simply by noting the
campaign leadership, men who have been
in the forefront for the hospital since its
inception.
U FADING the effort as general chairman
is founding president and long-time
chairmen of the board Max Orovitz, with
Samuel Friedlcnd and Leon Lowenstein
serving as honorary chairmen. In an-
nouncing their appointments, Mount Sinai
President Baron de Hirsch Meyer hailed
"an unsurpassed leadership team .
obvious choices to head this vital effort."
Acknowledged among the nation'sas
well as the community'sstalwart vision-
aries in philanthropic work, the three have
numerous accomplishments to their credit.
Few organizations in South Florida have
not benefited from their guidance and
generosity; Orovitz and Friedland also
have dedicated themselves to countless
Jewish causes in Israel, while Lowenstein
has often been hailed for his support of
health care institutions of all faiths.
Meyer and past presidents Leonard
Abess and J. Gerald Lewis also sit on the
campaign executive council, along with
seven cochairmen, among whom are some
of the hospital's oldest friends as well as
relative newcomers to the community, in-
cluding Paul Faske, Nathan S. Gumenick,
Sam J. Heiman, Harry L. Nathenson,
Lawrence C. Porter, Dan B. Ruskin and
Edward Shapiro. Ex-officio members of
the group are Samuel Gertner, executive
vice president, and Benjamin G. Kline,
chairman of the Founders Club.
UtfHEN HE assumed office in May, Kline
pledged to duplicate his group's mem-
bership efforts of the previous year, when
44 new Founders were inducted, each of
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Our Bond With Israel
In Peace Or In War
By JAMES M. AI.BKKT
Chairman, Greater Miami
Israel Bond Or^ani/al inn
A year ago, as we laid the
groundwork for the forthcoming
Israel Bon Miami, a question which loomed
large was: Following the inspir-
ing, record-shattering response
of our people to Israel's needs
in the aftermath of the Six-Day
War, how would our community
iv- ind to Israel's ever increas-
ing financial needs? Would wv
be able to maintain the kind of
sustained enthusiastic response
which was needed to meet Is-
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A- ill'- pressure of Arab ter-
n mounted, i! quickly b -
. ime apparent I hat although
had won the war, it had
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Isra I Bond Organization to mo-
lilize sorely needed economic aid.
The government called upon the
Isl lei Bond Organization to raise
fully one-half of the funds re-
quired by Israel's development
budget. Facing this renewed
crisis, we asked ourselves: Will
we In- able to rise to this need?
Will wc be .able to respond with
the Mime kind of zeal and devo-
tion which had characterized our
response of 19G7 and 19KS?
The past months have given
us a irratirytng answer. Again
the .Jewish community of Great-
er .Miami li:i demonstrated why
We have won the rvspee.t and
gratitude of our brethren in
Israelwith a magnificent re-
sponse to Israel's economic needs
through the Israel Bond drive.
In reviewing the success of
the drive, particular note must
be taken of the inspiring leader-
ship of our rabbis and the syna-
gogues and temples of our com-
munity. The synagogues, togeth-
er with such organizations as
Hadassah, the Labor Zionist
movement, the Pioneer Women,
the Mizrachi Women, the Zion-
ist Organization and residents of
key high rise dwellings such as
with the presentation of the
Prime Minister's Medallion to
Shepard Broad, who has given a
lifetime of service to his com-
munity and to Israel. In receiv-
ing this nonor, he .joined such
illustrious forerunners as Samuel
Friedkind, Leonard Rosen, Mr.
and Mrs. Sam Blank and Mr. and
Mrs. Benjamin Meyers. Tradi-
tionally, the Israel Independence
Dinner in early spring serves to
launch the annual Israel Bond
effort in Greater Miami. This
year's response in Israel Bond
purchases has served as an in-
spiring omen of a successful
drive.
The significant role of our
synagogues in the Israel Bond
campaign eaeh year is high-
lighted by appeals during the
High Holy Days and by a series
of dinners on behalf of Israel
Bonds undertaken lv many con-
gregations. Nearly every syna-
gogue and temple in the Miami area shares in this effort.
Under the leadership of Dr.
Leon Kronish. Temple Both
Shoiom was the congregation
which pioneered Israel Bond
synagogue dinners in this com-
munity. These Dinners of State,
which have become a tradition
Continued on Following Pago
Mortem Towers and Forte Tow-
ers have provided the heart and
the sinews of our effort.
This year, our community
joined with world Jewry and our
brethren in Israel in celebrating
Israel's 21st anniversary. It is
customary to think of the 21st
birthday as the day on which
maturity is attained. Israel, how-
ever, has had to be mature fiom
birth, a maturity in which every
Jew on earth has shared. It was
most fitting that this auspicious
occasion was marked this year
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Our Bond With Israel .
in the community, with e ich
passli year have ach
more gr itifyir r suits X Is-
rael B > Is These events have
served is occasions to jive recog-
nition to those men and women
of the temple who have been in
the for front of, service for Is-
rael This past year. Mr. and
Mrs Jones Brotmir. hon-
ored, joining such distinguished
faonorees of prior years as Isa-
dore Hecht, Sidney D. Ansin. Mr.
and Mrs Jack Rifkin. Mr. and
Mrs Max Weitz. Mr. and Mrs.
A. C. Fine. Rabbi Leon Kronish
and. I might add with humble
gratitudt. myself.
Helping to make our most re-
cent Temple Beth Sholom dinner I
the mast successful In its history
was the leadership and iuspira- I
tion of Marvin Coonr. who
served :is chairman. Heir to a |
unique family tradition of serv-
ice to the people and the land
of Israel. Marvin Cooper gave
dynamic leadership to Temple
Beth Shalom's effort lor Israel
Bonds. The key to the Beth
Sholom story is, of course. Dr.
LeOB Kronish, who has earned
nation-wide recognition for his
role of leadership in the Israel
Bond effort, serving as national
vie*- chairman of the Israel Bond
Organization.
Under Vhe guidance and inspir-
ation of Dr. Irving Lehrman,
Temple Epianu-El has become
one of the most important con-
gregations in the land in the
Israel Bond effort. Each year
the Temple Emanu-El Dinner of
State has grown in stature. One
of the leading exponents of Is-
rael on the American scene. Dr.
I ehrman serves as chairman of
the executive board of the Great-
er Miami Israel Bond Organiza-
tion.
Jack and Manya Rabinowitz,
who have given lifelong service
to Israel, were this year's hon-
orees at the Temple Emanu-El-
Israel Dinner. In being honored.
they joined such Temple Emanu-
El stalwarts of prior years as
the distinguished American lead-
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Menorah's president. Leonard
Rosen, who gave distinguished
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the Israel Bond Organization for
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helping th,- temple to maintain
its place as one of the leading
congregations in service to the
Israel Bond effort.
Honored at this year's Temnle
Menorah Dinner was Julius Jay
Rosen, brother of Leonard end
distinguished leader in h;s own
right. Helping to assure the suc-
cess of the dinner were Robert
Siegel, who served as chairman,
Mr. and Mrs. William Sucher,
who were chairmen of the Corps
of Hosts, and Harry Frankel. a
nationally esteemed leader of the
Israel Bond Organization who,
since becoming a permanent res-
ident of our community has b"en
a distinguished member of the
Temple Menorah congregation.
Temple Ner Tamid. led by Us
rabbi, Dr. Eugene Lahovitz, has
become one of the most im-
portant factors in the commu-
nity's efforts for Israel Bonds.
The Temple Ner Tamid Bond
dinners have created landmark*
from which the members of thp
temple and the OOmnUialt) at
large have drawn u great deal
of pride.
At the 1968dii < ......
paid to Hei in Shaw,
time leader for '-'
prior years, riistin ju ider-
ship to the Temple Ner Tamid
effort was given by Murray
Shaw, Charles Goldstein ind Mr.
and Mrs. Louis Cohen, who serv-
ed as chairmen of the Corps of
Hosts.
Beth Torah. one of the young-
est and most dynamic temples
of the community, is also one of
the outstanding institutions in
service for Israel. Dr. Max A.
Lipschitz. distinguished rabbi of
Beth Torah Congregation, has
been an inspiring force in help-
ing the members of his congre-
gation express their kinship with
Israel through the Israel Bmd
Irive.
Honoree a; this year's dinner
was Israel Mandel, venerable
leader for Israel. Particular rec-
ognition must b-' given 11 dinner
chairman Samuel Fox. who has
attained an enviable position of
leadership in the religious and
civic life of our community.
Others whose leadership helped
to make the Beth Torah Congre-
gation event the most outstand-
ing in this congregation's history
were Morris Goldfarb. cochair-
man, and Joseph Golden, presi-
dent of the Congregation.
It was particularly appi-apri '
that R ibbi Sol Landau.
' ider of Congregation B
David wis selected for high
h tnors il the Congregation's Is-
rael Bond dinner. One of the
great spiritual leaders for rsrai
i Landau was the recipient
of the Jerusalem Liberation
Award reflecting Jerusalem, th
capital of Israel and Jerusalem
the fountainhead of the faith of
Israel. Among those who helped
to assure the success of th
event were Walter Falk. widely
respected community leader who
served as chairman, Morris
Rabinowitz, honorary chairman,
and Seymour Friend, president
of the Congregation.
For Temple Beth Am, in the
south part of Dade County, the
annual Israel Bond dinner has
become a gala tradition in th-
life of the congregation. Under
the leadership of Or. Herbert
M. Baumgard. Beth Am ha-
aehieved an outstanding place "I
recognition in the effort on I--
rael'S behalf. Honored at thi-.
year's dinner was Alan Kessler
young community and tempii-
leader. Members of the congre-
gation responded with record
purchases of bonds.
Immeasurable aid is rendered
annually to the Temple Beth Am
effort Dy venerable community
leader David J. Light. A Golden
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Hebrew High School
Registration Opens
Registration for new ItudentSat
the Hebrew High School of Grt at-
er Miami, which will start clasa
for the 1969-70 school yeas on
Sept. 15. is now open. Leonard 2il-
bert. president of the Bureau of
Jewish Education, has announced.
Taught bv licensed Hebrew High
School teachers, classes meet on
Monday and Wednesday or Tues-
day and Thursday afternoons in
bianehes in North Miami Beach,
Miami Beach. South Miami, \V< st-
Chester and Southwest.
The program at Hebrew High
School is designed to prepare stu-
dents for Jewish leadership. Grad-
uates fulfill Jewish study require-
ments for a Sunday School and
Pre-School Teacher iicen.se, and
are recommended by the Bureau
for teaching positions. Courses this
year include Isra< i Hi tin v. in
conversation and literature, the
Bible as relati d to Jewish life to-
Vjewtxtl ffnrirfifann
Paqe 21-B
day, Judaism in practice, and how
Jt meets the- issues of today, and
Jewish History? om the past to
tne present. I'm .;( wish paperback
lo.k program ,n which students
read and discuss novels and stories
supplied by me Hebrew High
School in paperback form, will be
continued, and students will com-
pete in a bock review contest. N< u
this yeai is a study of the Jewish
communities of the world, empha-
sizing Israel and America.
Most of the synagogue schools
of Dade County are represented in
mi Hebrew High School, which is
under the direction of Zvi Berger,
associate director of the Bureau.
The Jewish community of Iraq, now
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of Palestine, with a history of more
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BOOK REVIEW--------------------------~
seyntour h. Uebman
SON OF A STAK
v > V
By AXDRKW MEISEL
Those concerned with the- sur-
vival of Jewry deplore the chasm
of indifference separating many
Jewish university students from
Jews who find value in the prac-
tice of their religion. There is no
question that Judaism will sur-
vive although the number of its
adherents, Jews, may be deci-
mated by assimilation, apostasy
or disinterest in the mother
faith oi Western religions.
Many university students as-
sert that God is not relevant,
that Judaism and its ritual "does
not send them" and that it has
no meaning for them. Omitting
the reference to the Deity, one
hears the same comments about
many university courses in the
humanities. Scorning the lessons
to be learned from the cultural
heritage of history, anthropol-
ogy, philosophy, etc.. they seek
instant panaceas through "social
action" performed in a vacuum
of ignorance. They recklessly
pursue the same short-sighted
course of some liberals of the
Vast three decades who ineptly
attempted to correct admittedly
cieplorahle conditions and com-
plex long-range problems using
i ne-step solutions. Too often
they fail to consider what might
he the second step or the range
of possible' eventualities if the
proffered "cure" was not Infal-
lible.
Only the benighted regard his-
tory as merely a tabulation of
dates and events. K. H. Carr. the
English historian, wrote that a
fact is like a sack, "since it can-
not stand up unless you put
something into It." That "some-
thing" is awareness of its rele-
vancy and relationship to other
facts fK>m which comes inter-
pretation and meaning.
Andrew Meisel's historical
novel. Sou or a Star (G. P. Put-
nam's Sons. St>.95. might help
Jewish youth to sec some rele-
vancy between Jewish faith and
tradition and current problems.
It is commendable that activist
modern youth is concerned with
social problems. Unknowingly
they affirm HilkTs "If I am only
for myself, what am I?" How-
ever, they overlook the first part
of the quotation: "If I am not
for myself, who will be?"
Those who have been taught
the many varied lessons of Ju-
daism and know the pride of
one's faith are empathic with
the young activists who rushed
tc help Israel during the crucial
days of May and June. 1967.
They recognize the implications


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and importance of the entire
quotation. Meisel. in quoting the
simple words of 132 O.K.. when
Judea again rose up against
Rome, may have had 1967 in
mind. "What brings these people
here to risk their lives is a cer-
tain feeling mystical, _if you
will that things are wrong and
ought to be set right. It seems
that Jews get this feeling more
than others ."
There are non-Zionist Jews
who see Israel as irrelevant, the
New Left sees it as evil unless
its political orientation changes,
young American activists regard
it as remote. Some Christians
now demand the internationali-
zation of Jerusalem or the re-
turn of the Old City to Jordan
(although they were silent as :!S
synagogues were desecrated and
cemeteries and Other Jewish
holy places were vandalized dur-
ing the 19 years that Jordan
ruled it i. To all of these and
others. Son of 0 Star ma> open
new avenues of thought. It cer-
tainly provides interesting read-
ing.
Simon Bar Koehba. son of a
star, was born as Simon bar
Kosiba. He was the last great
military leader in the revolt of
the Jews to cast off Home's do-
minion. He fought valiantly, 132
to 135 O.K. The story of those
fateful years, the role of the
great Rabbi Akiba and his rela-
tion to Simon and the revolt has
been told many times, but rare-
ly as well as now. Meisel has
used his history well and has not
abused his literary license. The
characters arc well drawn and
the plot so Involves the r< ad. r in
junction and suspense that one
dares to hope that the ultimate
denouement may differ from
what one knows.
General Sevcrus and his le-
gions and other Romans are pre-
sented objectively. The author
pinpoints the individuals who
served themselves well and
Home ill. lie shows that the
brutality and torture visited
upon the Jews was the work of
the governors rather than the
policy of the State.
Another insight is given to
why Jews ate a am setulah, a
peculiar people. For Christian
readers the differences between
tin- Pharisees and the Sadducceg
are well described. After read-
ing these. Pharasaism should
cease to Im' a pejorative because
Ji sus w as a Pharisee.
Andrew M( isH was born hi
Budapest and brought by his
parents to the United Stabs
when he was six years old. Ib-
was a correspondent for the As-
sociated Press after graduation
from C.C.N.Y.. and moved to Is-
rael in 19t">.'i to do research on
this, his first novel. A radio COr-
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We look forward to his second
book.
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20 Million Dollar Building Program
Continued from Page 18 B
whom had pledged a personal gift of
$50,000 or more. Shortly thereafter, Meyer
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"We are determined to duplicate that
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Among its features will be the most sophis-
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Sinai Medical Center as soon as, and as
well as, possible."
When built, the new center will provide
Ihe most complete health care available
lo the entire South Florida community,
ticated medical intensive care unit in the
country, and equipment is still being de-
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radiation therapy center for the entire
South. The expanded nuclear medical de-
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ir. Mouat Sinai's own cyclotron, the third
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Friday. September 12, 1969
Werner-Kahn
MRS. JfROMt KAY MAS
Ravman-Roth
Lynne Barbara Roth and Je-
rome Rayman w*re marr'r^cl ''it-
urday, Aug. 30. in the Eden Roc
Hotel with Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witz officiating.
A jr iduate of Miami Beach
Senior High School, the bride, the
dauphtor of Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Roth. 1030 94th S1:.. Bay Harbor,
attended Miami-Dad > Junior Col-
lege.
Her husband, who received his
B.B..V degree in marketing man-
agement from Pace College, where
he was a member )f Dyson House
fraternity, is the son of Mr. and
Mrs Philip Rayman of Brooklyn.
N.Y md graduated from Samuel
J. Tilden High School there.
South Miami will be home for
Mr and Mrs. Rayman w! the
r- turn fr m a hoi eyi p to
Puert Rico md St. Th in
MRS. JORGE E. SOLARASA
Ventura-Cohen
Marjorte Ann Cohen and Frank-
lin Alan Ventura were united iti
marriage at Temple Beth Sholom
Sunday. Aug. 31. Rabhi Jonah
Caplan and Rabbi Leon Kronish
i ited it the 6:30 p.m. cere-
mony.
A grid !-it of North Miami .: -
i High School and the Univers
I la, the bride is the diush-
"i. md Mra Harry Cdhi
'" ..... th Ter., North Mia
The gro >m. the s
M -s. .1 si Ventura, 6225 I 1
leach, graduati
Miami Be
rec
Master's de
I i.'i irija
The bri le
rown trimme I w ith \ er.ise
and seed pearls for h
She was attends'. by hi
Jayne Cohen Bnd her husband's
.'.-, Violet Ventura, maids of
honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs.
Jack Ventura. Mrs. Henry Vi
turn. Mw. Mark Horwitz. Mrs
Stephen Rifkin. Mrs. Martin Law-
son and Miss Nadine Posner,
Serving as best man was Jack
Ventura: ushers were Henry Ven-
tura. Barry Sharpe. Mark Hor-
witz. Jack Cohen and Martin
Lawson.
The newlyweds plan to reside in
North Miami.
Solar ana-Ostrie
Rabbi Maxwell Berger and Can-
tor Richard S. Bro.vdv officii : I
at the Thursday Aup. ?8. mwiage
of Gail Ostri- ad Jorge Enrique
Solarana in Temple Zamora. Cora!
Gables.
The bride is the daughter Ol Mi
and Mrs. Joseph A Ostrie. 1650
Coral Gate Dr. a-d attended Mi-
imi Senior Hifh School, i>-- L'ni-
v -r-itv ef Florida tnd th Univer-
sitv of Miami where *hn v< i-
mcMT o! Phi
3or irity
...-iiv n w ;.!<-1 \\-'\ ;'
in' '"-".aiion rlpqrtmenl of C pit >1
National Bank while attending the
University of Ml i ni, th* brtde-
i >m, the a"' of Mrs S ad
Solarana 2681 SW ''2nd P!..
th -late M iximo S lai na : i-
ited from schools in Cuba and
St. dn and from C*t'e Heights
Academy, Lebanon. Tenn.
We irirvT a g rwJl 0* i',-:
\ moon la"'- "' il -
she rh and i full ; i, the b' ide.
., n ..,. ;il,.. |, sisti
Bert R >lhm in,
n ingement of white u chi -
The gro >m's uneli Ern< si
Basques, Bervel as his bi si man:
his cousins, Fernando and William
""Jimenez, who served as '-'
ate 1 gues's from N Y) '<
m< rto Rico and Spain at the
ding.
The couple will spnd their
honeymoon in Florida, after which
Miami will be their home.
1UMngS.ll* King QSQ
MRS. fRANKUN A. VENTURA
Le vine-Abel
Judith Et1 I I E
Levine wen n I rday
Aug. 30, in the S
bje-rinR, nn-i c n n>
perfoi
owitz was 1 i '
and dinner '
A North :'
', :
uri M P
NE 10tn A her de.
.-. f
the Univers t; "Flo
Pren nth ass -: '
em! Electric in 1 1
her hu ind, '"
Mr. and M-- S im n '. in I
Brooklyn. NY re BS
degree in k: I
from the University of 1 sr.t ckj
Th" bride ch-s> i ro na
ewn ef rmb" 1e- 1 V'" ?
lace and silk organza Wt > '
de sole with a cathedral-length
train of aoolinud Al""!On \y
, Her shoulder-length veil of s Ik
! i'lusion was attached to a head
piece of petal; nbroide-ed vith
seed pearls and she carried 1 bou-
quet of whi'e sweetheart ros
.md daises Her attendants, Jud'
Pask-d and Stsan Brown,
identical gold gowns trimmed with
green and carried bouiuets of yel-
low mums and daisies. The gr lom's
niece. Lori Levine was flower girl:
his nephew. Da i S-afiMn. wa
ringbearer. Ribert Levine se-vid
his brother a best man: Fre*1
Szafran. Dr. Marshall Ab'l a-.'
Jonathan Abe', were
The new lyw ; "- '
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MRS. NATHAN I. HUBSCHMAN
Hubschman-
Markowitz
The former Deena Arlene Mar-
kowitz exchanced marriage vow .
witii Nathan Leonard Hubschman
Supday, Aug. 31, nt the Balmoral
Hote' M">ml B-ach Rabbi Char
Rubel officiated at the 3 p.m.
ceremony, which was followed
a reception at the hotel in hon '
>f the newlyweds.
A graduate of Clarkst *wn High
School in New York, the bride .
'he daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L,
tosepn Markowitz, 1430 Ada
;:. Hollywood. Ksr husband, I
if Mr an I Mrs Sam H -c
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Friday, September 12. 1969
*Jewlst ftcrklian
Paqe 25-B
^Tjridcs and K~jrooms
\
Werni r-Kal n
MKS. KICK B. UVIHSON
hevinsorv-Penick
Deborah Janet Pen-ck bcame
the bride of Rick B. Levinson in
o-rfmonios held Sept 1 at Temple
'.'. with Rabh: Shmaiyahu T.
Swirsky officiating.
The bride, who is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Saul Penick 5900
S'.v 16th St.. graduated from Coral
c < let Senior High School and
tl University ol Florida, w].....
sh< najored in mathematics. Her
husl and is the son o! Mr. and M-s.
Marshall E. Levinson or Tamoa
a-; graduated from H. B. Plant
H School and Carlton t" lie--
In N irthfield, Minn.
ii -ide's d ess w a I
I i white satin g ivn with ap-
MRS. til M. FE/NREPG
p!i with pearls. She carried a cascade
j of white roses, stephanotis ami ivy.
; Miss Eileen Schulman attended
the bride as maid of honor; Jeff
Mussmi n serv the groom as b -t
j man.
After a vveddinc trip to the
Virgin Islands, thi couple wll
.make their home in Gainesville,
when thi groom i- enrolled in
:h. university's S.-nool of Law
l and th-' bride is doing graduate
work.
Feinberg-Portno y
Rabbi Jos^h P. Narot officiated
at the marriage Sunday, A-.ii*. 31.
-f Claudia Beth P >rtnoy and Eli
M'ehael F *' -~. Temple Israel
of Great r Miami.
A stew ii less with Nati ml A:r-
i; whn the I
of Mr. : J->j .--. v
' y 6211 3W 5 <
attended Co 1 ''-::.'-'
: the Univ ilty M irr .
parents ar
"; M F 3 Villa
Gables |
from Tei :
s i nb. r T Epsii in Pi
and has d Suite work
the Univers ty Mian
The bridf 's A! n n lac
in Victori n : sign ......,
er's wedding iress. She w is at-
tended by her sisters. Mrs. John E.
Lewy, matron of honor, and maid
of honor Andrea Ellen Portnoy.
Flowergirl was h?r n'.sc*. Karen
Beth Lewy. Serving as best mm
as Joel Rifkin: Dr. John E. Lewy.
Hardy Ka*z Bernard Feinberg and
Michael Hacker ushered.
After a two-week trip to Acj-
pulco and Mexico City, Mr. and
Mrs. Feir.berg will be at horn In
Coral Gabies
Ii nun !c the Studv o| H
brew Poetry was founded m Berb.n b\-
Sal wti >.','-'. in 193 Its purpose
'. .:ni\ publi atlOtl of me-
.:.<:..! M.'.. ftoetTx, U moved to
. I .:
(JTA)
First Meeting Of Season For
B & P Chapter Of ORT
The first regular meeting of the
season will be held by the Miami
Business and Professional Chapter
of Women's American ORT in the
Hospitality Room of the Chase
Federal Bank Building, 425 Arthur
Godfrey Rd., at 7:45 p.m. Thurs-
day, Sept. 23.
Attorney Paul Kwitney's dis-
cussion of "Why Nudism?" will be
followed by a question and answer
period, a social hour and refresh-
ments. Guests as well as members
are welcome.
Cohen-Stark
Ricka Kay Stark became the
bride of Alan Cohen in a cere-
mony performed at Temple Beth
Am Sunday, Aue. 31. A luncheon
followed at King's Bay Yacht and
Country Club.
A gradu ite or Coral Gafcles
High School, the bi
":- lau lifer of Mr and Mrs. Sam
SI irk, 50 5 SW 66th A> Her
'. who gi aduated fr< im
c iral Park S n Hi :h S
is the son of Mr, and Mrs. M
9361 SW th St. Both the
i im are stud' nts at
the U i Ti : i sec in
Ki ixville.
' i> Stai k was maid iif honor
for her sister; the bride's aunt,
Mrs. Max Stein, was matron of
honor. Bridesmaids were Sharan
and Janice Cohen, the groom's
sisters, and Margery Isis. Michael
Zuckerman was best man: Michael
Stark, Gary Smili -. Glenn Kutner
. and Paul Wysocki ushered.
The couple will live in Knox-
! ville after a honeymoon trip to
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rage 26-B
fJenist norSdicum
Friday, September 12. 1969
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
INew Names Of The Year
HAIFA Names make ihr
lews. Some names make the
icws more Often. And some
achieve sudden fame or
notoriety. For years it has been
our custom at this Rosh Ha-
Bhanah period to list the ten
. w lames which achieved their
Israel headlines during the year
jUSt elapsed. Once listed in this
cornel-, a name can not be re-
peated In ensuing years.
Last year's ten (remember
them all? i were: Oded Abar-
banel. Yigal Allon. Amalia Ben
Haiosh. Tal Brodie, Charles de
Gaulle. Avshalom Pcinberg, A\-
rahani Harmon. Qunnar Jarring,
Golda Meir and Yaakov Haanan.
The 19<>9 neu coiners, in al-
I h ibetical order:
Glla Almagor, talented char-
acter actress, whose star has
.....n rising steadily in Israel's
new cinematic industry. Her
compelling performance in Is-
rael's no picture, "The Siege,"
earned her runner-up position
m Vanessa Ri dgrave at the
Cannes Film Festival this year.
Zalman Aranne, embattled
Minister of Education, who has
announced his withdrawal from
his Cabin I post and from poll-
lies. During his 11 years at the
Education Ministry he presided
over numerous improvements
and reforms. The last, still bit-
terly fought by the Teachers'
Union, is the introduction of the
junior high school system.
Prof. Klihu Kate, the man w ho
organized the framework of Is-
r,n is television, set up the staff,
trained local personnel, launch-
ed the programming, prepared
the technical facilities and in
general created an operating or-
ganization and set it on its
tracks. With his task almost
done, he felt compelled to re-
sign because effective1 control
was taken out of the hands of
the TV people and vested In an
outside Managing Committee.
Prof. Morrin Levl, who per-
formed Israel's first heart trans-
plant operation on a 41-yearoM
patient at Beilinson Hospital
near Tel Aviv. The patient seem-
in good condition but succumbed
several days later. Prof. Lcvi did
advanced training in chest sur-
gery together with Dr. Christian
Barnard in Minneapolis.
Nefcama LifeUta, the singing
inspiration of Russian Jewry,
who openly emigrated to Israel
and captured the hearts of the
Israeli public. Her programs of
Yiddish and Hebrew songs had
evoked both nostalgic memories
and swelling hope for the silent
millions in Eastern Europe.
Dr. David Muter, director of
Jerusalem's Orthodox Shaare
Zedek Hospital and himself a
traditional Jew. who was under
attack by N'eturei Karta ex-
tremists charging he favors or
permits a liberal policy of post
Continued on Following Page
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mortems at the- hospital. His de-
nials did not prevent h mob from
invading and wrecking his home.
YehoKhiiu Perete, leader of the
Ashdod dockworkers, who this
year strong-armed his men from
strike to strike and from victory
to victory, as he stood the His-
tadrut on its head. "Labor boss"
has taken on a new meaning in
terms of Peretz's bold, hard line.
Mnnleeliai Kahumim. hero of
the defense of the El Al plane at
Zurich, whose prompt action in
routing the Arab attackers
saved the plane and the lives of
those aboard. Upon his return to
Israel he was given a new job:
bodyguard to Prime Minister
Golda Meir.
Zrev Sluiref, who has held
numerous important posts ill
public life, and capped his career
with the courageous administra-
tion of the Ministry of Finance,
holding ihe line against infla-
tionary wage increases and put-
ting local industry on its toes
by permitting selected competi-
tion from abroad.
Prof. Zvl Yavetz of Tel Aviv
University, whose participation
in a BBC" television program set
ofi shock waves of controversy.
("pinions of Israelis ranged all
the way from "best presentation
of Israels case ever seen" to
"harmful victory for the pro-
Arabs.'" The argument ragi d tor
weeks.
"Page" Rank For Twelve
The rank of "page" will he con-
f< rri d upon 12 incoming members
of the George Gershwin Lodge 196.
Knights of Pythias, at the next
regular meeting to Ix1 held in the
Surfside Community Center, 9301
Collins Ave.. at 7:30 p.m. Monday.
Chancellor Commander Harvey
Richntan will preside,
Sept. 14 u'lil be the I55tli annix'cr-
.I British bombardment of Fort
McHenry, guarding Bttltrntore, during
which Francis Scott Ki wrote the
tec.,i. i.' the "Star Spangled Banner."
feu'ish soldiers tool{ a ^rcjt part in
r !i t city's successful defense. Solomon
En a member of the Committee of
Vigilance of the Citv of Baltimore, ami
Reiibi i Etti ig Hi '< among its prm-
' opal defenders.
Housewarming Scheduled By
Sisterhood Of Temple Sinai
The Sisterhood of Temple Sinai
of North Dado has scheduled a
'housewarming" as the first regu-
lar meeting in the new temple au-
ditorium locale** at issoi NE22nd
Ave.. North Miami Beach, at H p.m.
Wednesday. Sept. 17.
Sisterhood president Mrs. Mau-
rice Toback Will introduce the ex-
ecutive board, officers and com-
mittee chairmen in a unique man-
ner, new and prospective members
will be greeted and the group will
view the beautiful new sanctuary.
The executive board will act as
hostess's on this historic occasion,
and Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley will
address the gathering and give the
l-i Hi diet Ion.
Massachusetts Club Meets
The 11 gular monthly meeting of
the Massachusetts Club of Great-
er Miami was to be held at s p.m.
Thursday in the Bel Aire Hotel,
Miami Bench, with Mrs. Vaughn
ol the American Cancer Society as
guest speaker. Her illustrated talk
on the importance of observation
and preventive measures in detect-
ing and treating cancer was to be
followed by a short business ses-
sion and card party. Harry Boyer
I is president of the group.
I
MR. and MRS.
MARVIN ZALIS
and children
SHARON and LORI
and Father
MR. JOEL C. ZALIS
Wish All Their True Friends
Gods Blessinas For A
Healthy ond Peaceful
New Year. Amen.
May the Lord bless the
soul cf my beloved mother
Rose Zalis for a peaceiul
New Year. Amen.
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from
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APPLESAUM
and FAMILY
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TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
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Page 28-B
vJenirf fh rediftr
Friday. September 12, 1969
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By KABRI SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is it customary to ex-
amlne the fringes of the prayer
shawl (Tallth) before pronounc-
ing the benediction?
The benediction which is pro- I
nounced upon putting on the pray-
i shawl is only in order if the j
fringes are complete and whole.
Otherwise the benediction is one
which would have boon uttered in
vain and it is strictly forbidden to'
pronounce benediction in vain be-
cause this would be like taking the
name of God in vain. Thus, if one
examines the fringes beforehand
he will sure the benediction he '
i< pronouncing is Ixing rhar.ttd
over a usable prayer shawl and
not in vain.
Why cliil the Bible single out \
the prohibition of kindling the j
fir...... the Sabbath? (Ex. 35:3)
Some authorities say that this
was a spe ial warning and that it]
nl that the transgressor who j
In a fire on the Sal '>ith would be
guilty of two sins, instead of one
i the sin of laboring on the Sab-
bath and the sin of kindling a
firei. There sun. other opinions
iNachme:'.idesi that claim that
the prohibition o'. kindlinp a fire
was singled out so that-^pe ple
would not erroneously assume that
only those acts of labor which are
commercial in nature are prohib-
ited, while others which serve the
individual's own need such as the
cocking of food by fire are permis-
sible.
Other commentaries claim that
the reason for singling the prohi-
bition of kindling fire on the Sab-
bath was so that it would be un-
derstood that one could light the
fire before the Sabbath meaning
that one ouid enjoy the light oi
the Sai bath (indeed ho should)
but could no1 light the fire on the
Sabbath. It is gen< rally a-
by some that the reason f<
glins out the kin lling of 1
on the S bath is becaus -
things are done bv fir* I >th in
olden times as well as in modern
tinier cooking, forging, melting,
- re. Fire Is almost a repre-
- ntative acl of labor since it per-
S so many tasks.
Why did the Bible list the
Various places where the Israel-
ites stopped during fieir trek
through the wilderness? (33:2
in the Book Numbers)
One reason given is that : -
supposed to be a reminder to all
future generations including our
own el the miracles which the
Almighty performed lor His peo-
ple during their perilous journey
as a symbol of Kis divine provi-
of Israel iNahmanidcs). A similar
reason is advanced ly other com-
mentaries (Kashi> to the effect
that this accounting was given to
show that in spite of the fact that
the Almighty punished the Israel-
ites by making them take the long
route from Egypt to Israel. He
had mercy on them and allowed
them to test at so many stations.
Some claim that the reason for
the various st< ntioned in the
Eible is that any Jewish traveler
coming across thesi places would
b< ol igat< ti ff< i a spi cial ben-
ediction thanking God for having
performed mil les for his fore-
fathers I: thes< | aces. From the
practical standpoint, of course, the
names of the places are given be-
cause special episodes of great sig-
nificance to the history of the peo-
pli of Israel took place there.
Generally speaking, it might be
said that the Bible was interested
j in showing that the change in the
I historical development of mankind
. must be a gradual process of ad-
justment and not an abrupt revo-
i lutionary episode.
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riday, September 12, 1969
Jew/f ffcrfidfor
Paqe 29-B
!abbi Narot Announces Appointments
i Joseph K. Narot, president
f i: Greater Miami Chapter ol
ie American Jewish Committee,
is country's pioneer human re-
tions organization, which was
undi il in 1906 to combat bigotry,
rotrct civil and religious rights of
Sople at homo and abroad, and |
il; to improve human n lalj^ns,>
r afl men everywhere, has an-
ounccd the chapter's committee
Chairmen appointments for the j
loming year.
The committee chairmen will in- l
elude: Sam Rabin, employment;
Herb, rt Sobel, executive and so-
cial discrimination; Hill Gladstone.
Extremism; Charles Goldstein, for-
eign affairs; Audrey Finkelstein.
Interreligious affairs; Joseph Alt-
YM-YWHA Events
The North County branrh of the
YM-YWHA of Greater Miami, at
169rl NK !th Ave.. North Miami
I ll'.each. will hold registration for
uts Kali program Monday through
B-'i'iday from 9 a.m. to noon and
from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. i xcept for ;
Tuesday, when there will be no!
morning hours.
Among the programs being of-
fered youngsters of elementary .
school age are arts and crafts, fun |
with music, creative drama work- I
shop, modeling and poise and '
sports time. Exciting activities are
also planned for junior and senior
high school students of the North
County area.
The season's first meeting of the
North County Y's Senior Citizen
Friendship Club will be held at
8 p.m. Tuesday. Further informa-
tion may be obtained from Mrs.
Linda Sobol.
Tickets are available at the YM-
YWHA of Greater Miami for the
Drama Guild's presentation of the
schuler, Jewish communal affairs;
Joel Hirschhorn, legislative; Rob-
it Shapiro, police-community re-
lations; Brenda Shapiro, schools;
Jeffrey Weiner, youth; Harriett
Margulis, wtlfan ; Aaron Foosan-
er, annual mi eting; Dollye Schein-
berg, literature distribution; Sara-
Ijj Uei:tiaiii>. manbersWp. re-
cruitment and retention; Meivyn
Frumkes, speakers bureau; Hindi
Diamond, viewpoints; Bart Udell,
membership program.
Chapter officers for 1969-70 in-
clude Alfred Boas, honorary presi-
dent; Alvin Cassel, Marshall Har-
ris. Robert Shapiro and Barton
Udell, vice presidents; secretaries
Herbert Sol). I, Aaron Foosan-r and
Mrs. Albert L. Weintraub; R. W.
Apte. treasurer and Dr. Morton
Notarius ass ciate treasurer.
Past president of the chapti r,
organized in 1!>52. include Baron
d< Hirsch Meyer. Dr. Joseph M.
u/eidberg, Leo Robinson, Judge
Harold B. Spa< t. Col Nathan B.
Rood. David B. Flee man and Mrs.
Charles H. Finkelst. in.
comedy hit "A Hole in trie Head,"
ii. the ballroom of the "Y," 8500
SW 8th St., at 8:30 p.m. Saturday,
Sept. 20. under the direction of
Burton Parker.
a *
A "get acquainted" brunch was
to be held at 10 a.m. Thursday to
welcome motht rs of children en-
rolled in the Early Childhood De-
vi lopment Program at the "Y,'
Mis. Barbara Gelles, PTA chair-
man, announce^!.
M .* *
Brunch was served following the
talk given by Tom Dawson of
Thomson and McKinnon entitled
"A Woman's Guide to Wall Street"
at the first meeting cf the "Y"
Women, Mrs. Jeanne Kleinman
program chaiiman announced.
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+Jenisfi ntrktlar
Friday, September 12. 1969
Our Bond With Israel .
Continued from fo%t 20-B
honors for his exemplary service
to Israel. David Ij<;ht has won
a place of deep reaped and af-
fection throughout thf commu-
nity for his selfless dedication on
Israel's behalf. Heading the
highly successful dinner were
Bernard Goodman, chairman;
Altx it B. Levine, chairman of
the Committee <>l Hosts, and
temple stalwarts Herman Kekl-
man, Robert Newman. Leonard
Luria, Dr. Maxwell Dauer and
George Malin.
In the southwestern area of
the Miami community, Temple
'/:. n, unclei the leadei shi|
Rabbi Alfred Waxman, has been
., potenl foi ce ,n mobilizing sup-
n ;- ael Bonds This eon-
_,. 01 .lili >ugh young in
ye rs. has establishc I
ord through its
annui I Esr icl Bond dinners .v
this yea 1 's evenl 1 Bei 1 ird
Lieberman was the honoree.The
leadership v as h >adcd by Stevan
: Marilyn Simon, who served
- chairmen of the Corps of
Hosts Others who headed the
effort wore Albert Green, dinner
chairman, and Joseph Block, Dr.
Stanley Cannon Max Newmark
and Dr. tie: a Id Wernick, co-
chairmen
Temple .hide., this year joined
tiv honor roll of congregations
which express their kinship with
Israel through an Israel Bond
Dinner of State, although mom*
bers of the congregation have
for man) years hern in the van- 1
guard of leadership on Israels
behalf. Honored at the initial
Temple Judea dinner was it*
young and inspiring Rabbi Mor-
ris A Kipper.
Under Rabbi Kipper's leader-
ship, it is expected that this will
the first in a long series of an-
nual dinners that will redound
to tlv glory of the tempi', our
community and the State of Is-
rael. Dynamic leadership to tblfl I
year's dinner was provided by I
Norman Kasser, wh 1 has become
1 stalwart in the temple and the 1
on tin community since becom-
ing a resident of Miami
Sj ce does n I p 'rmil a de-
tailed n \ lew of the many con-
_ 1 "_ itions which 1 xpressed their
support for Israel and Israel
Bonds throui h av nues other
than dinners. Nearly every con-
gregation in Greater Miami 1 ik
part last year as in every other
.. ar in the appeals which are
conducted during the High H >li-
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IVERY S'JNOAY At NOON
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days in the synagogues and
lorn pics.
I would he remiss if I did not.
in this connection, mention Rabbi
Isaac Hlnch Ever, Agudath Is-
rael: Rabbi Solomon Schiff. Beth
Kl Congregation; Rabbi Berel
w.in, Beth Israel Congregation;
Rabbi Max Shapiro, Both Ko-
desh Congregation; Rabbi David
Raab. Beth Raphael Congrega-
tion: Rabbi Joseph E. Rackov-
sky, Beth Tfilah Congregation;
Dr. Tibor H. Stern. Jacob C.
Cohen Community Synagogue;
Rabbi Charles Rubel, Congrega-
tion B'nai Raphael; Ri bbi Al -x-
ander Gross, Hebrew Academy:
Rabbi Avrom L. Drazin, Israelite
Center; Rabbi David l.eln field.
Kneseth Israel Congregation;
Jonah E. Caplan, Sky
Lake Synagogue; Rabbi Ralph
Carmi, Temple Tifereth Israel.
and R tbbi Maxwell Berger, of
pie Zamora.
We have rightfully taken
pride in Greater Miami In a
number of "firsts" Initiated i"
our community in connection
with the Israel Boiul program
which were later adopted in
other communities throughout
the country. Among these are
the dinners sponsored hv resi-
dents or high-ris- apartments.
The lirst of these wae Morton
Towers, which some five years
OgO sponsored Itl first Israel
Bonds dinner, setting a pattern
lor other high rise apartments
throughout the community and
the country.
This year's Morton Towers
dinner reached the highest level
of achievement in this brief his-
tory. Honored at this year's din-
ner were Mr. and Mrs. Sim
Rudenberg. The success of this
dinner was in no little measure
due to men and women like Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Minov and Mr
and Mrs. Kmnnuol Mcntz.
The neighboring Porte Towers,
not to lx' OUtdone, has also been
amons the high rise apartments
which have accounted for them-
selves In a stellar fashion on be-
half of Israel Binds. Al this
year's dinner, residents of Forte
Towers honored Rabbi David
Raab for his dedicated leader-
ship. Chairmen of the dinner
were Mr and Mrs. Charles Holtz.
Th women of our community
have taken a leading role in Its
exemplary Israel Bond effort.
One group has written a chapter
all its own the Miami B acti
Chapter of Hadassah. Hadassah
member- have earned a singular
1 e in the founding of Israel.
Tlie Miami Beach Chapter of
Hadassah has made its 1
Bond program one of the high
marks of ils vast and varied
program on behalf Ol Israel. The
annual Hadassah Bond-wlth-
Israel Luncheon hafl become a,
memorable tradition in the com-
munity. This year, nearly 2,000
memliers of the Miami Beach
Chapter gathered at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel to celebrate
Israel's "21st year of statehood
and in doing so paid homage to
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a beloved woman leader of the
community. Mrs. Henrietta Jo-
nas. Giving inspiration to the
Hadassah effort was Mrs. Zelda j
Thau, president of the chapter. 1
who will herself lx- honored at !
the coming Hadassah Bond-wit h-
l-i ael Luncheon.
Notable in the Greater Miami
women's el forts from year to
year are such women leaders as
.Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, Mrs.
Sam Blank. Mrs. Samuel Fried'
land, Mrs. .lack Kat/.niaii. Mrs.
Irving Lehrman, Mrs, Jack Po-
plok, Mrs. Leonard Rosen and
Mrs. Carl Heinkle. Our commu-
nity will sadly miss the late Im--
loved Dorothy Krteger Fink.
Two events which come to-
wards the end of the year have
c ptured the imagination of the
community and have alrea ly
achieved pre-eminence on the
calendar ol communal activities.
The Chanukah Festival, pre* nt-
ing luminat ics of the entertain-
ment world, celebrates the hero-
ism of the ancient Maccab es
and pays tribute to the men and
women of our community who
each year help in the develop-
ment of the State of Israel
through their participation in
the Israel Bond program. La-t
year, to accommodate thousands
of persons who purchased 1s-
rael Bonds and who wore thus
eligible to attend the event, the
Chanukah Festival was moved
from the Miami Beach Audito-
rium to the gigantic Miami Beach
Convention Hall. It is anticipat-
ed that demand for tickets will
be oven greater thin last year
so arrangements have again
been made to present the Cha-
nukah Festival at the Miami
Beach Convention Hall this year.
The Ambassador's Ball, cul-
minating the year's activities in
December, is the scene where
the community lakes pride in
Introducing the distinguished
emissaries of foreign govern-
ments to the Ambassador of
Israel as a symbol of universal
good will which Israel and the
United States take pride in shar-
ing. As in previous years, one of
the highlights of the ceremony
last ye ir was the presentation of
young ladies just coming of age
to the Ambassador as a token of
awareness ol the opportunity and
challenge of growing up in the
tradition of one's people and
community. In the tradition of
prior years. Grand Hostess of
the bail was Mrs. Anna Brenner
Movers. Ixdoved "First Lady" of
the Greater Miami Jewish com-
munity.
Now, us we look forward to
the new year, our community
faces u new challenge. For 21
years Israel has dedicated itself
to peaceyet on three occasions
it has Ih-cii forced to defend it-
self in war. In spite of Israel's
heroic victories and in spite of
the courage and saorifco of its
youth, the peace which Israel
seeks is not yet on the horizon.
The st niggle tor peace goes on.
It is a costly struggle, costly in
Hves and in resources. At the
present time, Israel is spending
83,000.000 a dayor some 8'", of
its total tax revenuefor de-
fense.
in June, 1967, wc did nol
have to talk about what might
happen. There was just one is-
sue: Israel's life or death. Thai
was it and we understood it and
wc reacted accordingly. And the
issue today i^ the same. As long
a-- there is no peace, the issue i-
slill liTe or death.
We are asked to purchase a
total of S200.000.000 in Israel
Bonds this year. This is about
half of Israel's development
budget. In other words, we are
asked to share the burden of
economic development on a 50-50
basis with the people of Israel.
We in Miami have not failed in
our obligation up to now, and I
am confident that we shall con-
tinue to stand at Israel's side
through our fullest participation
in the Israel Bond program.
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September 12, 19B9
+JmMh ttcridR&n
Paqe 31-E
IEGAI NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
i i; IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
-signed, desiring i > engage In
- under the fictitious name of
rY LOUNGE HAIRSTYLISTS
Harding Avenue, Town >f
i'\*j\ ula nil' ml In n ni i
ihiti" with ilif Clerk of the
curt i.f Da dp County, Florida.
HERBERT l.ll'SIII-iy.
MA.VWOC I IPS111'TZ
|,|) BTRUMPK
. > for Applicants
raj ii.- Building
Florida v -'' 9 5-13-19
JOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File No. 69A881
"TICK IS HEREBY OIVEN ili.u
STATES I S V KSTJI KNT i ( i.
of City of Miami Lien Sale
Iflcate No. Mil issued the 31s1
it May, A.D. 1967, has filed name
office, and nan made applies-
Jor ;t tax deed to be Issued thore-
Tsaid Certificate embracea the
kinir described property in the
if Dad.'. State "I" Florida, to-
|ti' i & : Block B, Lawrence
itr Land Co., Sub., Plal Book 2,
:.i in the County of Dade,
|t:r of Florida. This .1.....1 will
Issued BUbJoct to all other nui-
tnndlng County taxes and liens,
he assessment of said property
pr ine said certificate was in the
me of: GEORGE CONSTANT.
said certificate shall be n -
t-m.-.l according to law, the property
irihtcl herein will be sold to the
lest bidder for cash at the Court-
v,. door on tin- first Monday in
month of October, 1969. which
ih. Bth Jated this 2nd day of September,
K. 11. i.r.. i HERMAN",
Clerk of Circuit <".>urt.
Dade County. Florida
II) : P, P. gci.dsthand
Deputy Clerk
I uit Court Seal)
I :-19-2(
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
LEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
}F FLORIDA IN AND FOR OADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-13714
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
OVSJOHN KCFFLER,
Huintlff
vs.
HA Kl'l FI.FR,
[i< fi idnnt.
NORA KCFFLER
.'! I -1T 78th Street
Jackson Heights. NY. 11878
NORA Kl'FKLBR, are here-
faiotificd that a Hill of Complaint
[Divorce has been filed against
an.I you are required to serve a
lof your Answer or Pleading t<>
|lll of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
y. PAUL. KWITXttV. 410 Ult-
nod, Miami Beach, Florida and
. original Answer or Pleading
office of the Clerk of the cir-
tiurt on nr before the Huh day
fctember, 1 ;;. If you fail to do
fdgmenl by default will be taken
bi you for the reii.f demanded
Bill of Complaint
notice shall l>.- published once
week for four consecutive
. Till-: JEWISH FLORroiAN.
B AND ORDERED at Miami,
. this lath .lay of August A.D.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84709-C
In RE: Estate of
ANTHONY A. FLORENTINE
Deeensed.
| NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ,\|i Cri tlllors an.I All Persons Hav-
ing flalms or Demands Actilnsi Said
I-.-l.lli .
You are hereby notified and .re-
nulr. .1 !.. pr. -. in nnj claims and de-
mands which you may have agalnsl
i!,.N-,t2'<' "' ANTHONY A. FIOREN-
il.M-. deceased late < Essex County,
New Jersey, to the County Judges of
|ii.I. county, anil file the sumo in
duplicate and as provided in Section
i... Florida Statutes, in their of-
fice, in ih.- County Courthouse in
Bade < ounty, Florida, within six
' ih idar months from the time of the
'".'' Publication hereof, or the same
will I..- barred.
Dated it I .Miami. Florida, this 18th
nay ..f August, A 11. 1969
V'BLMA LORRAINE FIX)IIENTINB
As Ancillary Administratrix, C.T.A
Flrsl publication of tins notice on
Hi.- 22ltd .lay of August, 1969.
MYERS, KAPLAN, PORTER,
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i.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
Ho- undersigned, desiring to i ngage
in business under the fictitious name
of HOUSE OF CI'STOM CABINETS
ai i7il- .\K 163rd St., North Miami
Beach, Florida Intend to register
sai.l name with th.- Clerk of lit.- fir-
.uit Court of Dade County, Florida,
HERMAN BCHREIBER anil
IRVING STEINBERG
Sol,- i iwnera
NELSON & FELDMAN
Attorneys for Applicants
iin.-. Kan.-1'oncourse
.Miami. Florida 33134
8 82-29 ".-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84737
In RE: Estate of
FANNIE CRANBERG
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To aii Creditors ami All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnsl Bald
Estate:
You ai-.- hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims ami demands
Which you may have against the es-
tate of FANNIE CRANBERG deceas-
ed, late of Dade County, Floridn, to
the I "ounty Judges of Dade Comity,
and file the same in duplicate an.I
as provided in Section 7:::i.lfj. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof.
or the sani.- will he barred.
Hated at Miami, Florida, this 19th
day of August, A IV 1969,
SYLVIA T1U IV
LAWRENCE CRANBERO
GILBERT CRANBBRG
As Executors
Flrsl publication of this notice on
ih. !9th day of August. 1969,
RICHARD cross
At tome j for Executors
".-. Lincoln Road
Miami Bea.-h, Florida
S/29 9'5-12-19
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84626
lu RE: Bats.....f
MI.S Kill II-
Deceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claim- or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed n. present any claims and demands
which you may have against Hi- es-
tate of N'll.s KUll-l- deceased late
Of Dade County. Florida, to thi County
Judges of fade County, and file the
-am.- in duplicate and as provided 111
Section 733.16, Florida Statutes, in
their offices in th- County Court-
house in Dade County, Floridn, with-
in six calendar months from the time
of tin- first puhllcc ion hereof, or th.-
samo u in h.- barred.
Dated at .Miami. Florida, this lxth
day of August, A.D. 1969.
I.M.I.IAX KldTP
As Executrix
First publication of thin nop.- on
the 22nd dav of August, 1969
CRISTOLand ROSE
A no- n.-ys tor 1 > utrix
21 N'.E. First Avenue
S ^.'-L'H 9 ",-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
il-- a dersigned, desiring t.- > ngagi
busini s* under Ih. fictll lou* name of
ANN'S PI Mi: l 1677:. North Miami
\vi-nn.-. North Miami Reach, Florida
intends to register -aid name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
c.-umv, Florida.
ANNA Hi >] IYS
I IE" >R< I R GILBERT
A i toruey for i iwner
One Lincoln Road Building
Miami Bench, Florida 33139
22-29 9 5-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
lite undersign* d, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of MIMl MODAS ai 266U Palm A..
Hlaleah, Florida intends to register
said n.mi.- .\iih ih.- Clerk cuit Court "i Dade County, Florida.
ISABEL SANTISO
418 \V. 12th Place
Hlaleah, Florida
s 2J-^:i 9 --12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
Hi.- undersigned, desiring to engage
in huslnesH und.-i- the fictitious name
of AIR-FLOW I'i'iil.s ai -,-::, w.
L'"th Avenue. Hlaleah intends to re.
Bister said name with tin- Clerk of
the Circuit Court of ]>nde Count v,
Florida.
Ali:-Fl.n\Y INDUSTRIES INC.
LEONARD K.M.ISli
Attorney for Applicant
ii;::i DuPonl Building
x 52-29 '.' 5-12
tin
sreu
I-. LBATHERMAN, Clerk
Court. Had. County, Florida
By: ll i: SHEA
Deputy Cl.rk
Court Seal)
;u ITNEY
oln Road
leach, Florida
- for Plaintiff
n L'L'--.".. '.. ,",-12
JOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Ihaoter 20722 Acts of 1941
File No. 68A1579
I-: IS HEREBY GIVEN that
CRANE SERVICE. INC.,
i.la Corporation holder of County
> Certificate No. ::;:,', issued
day ,,r June, A !> 1966, lias
- in.- in my office, and has
appllcation tor a lax deed to be
thereon Sai.l Certificate em-
llte following described nroperty
i- County of Dad.-, state of
It, lo-wlt:
N 1: I .r N \V i i of N W S '..'ill ft B
|M I. to E I. ITS II wy 1 Ih N\V alg
Ito N 1. Sec .", \V alg N 1. M'" ft
tn POB, Section '. Township r>!i
Hani:.- V.i Fast, containing 13.4
more or less in the County of
State ..f Florida.
aasessmenl of sai.l property
ih. said certificate was in the
. of: TOCRAN K. M1RZAKA-
H
-s said certificate
led according t.> law.
bed herein will be
i bidder for .ash t
door on the first Monday in th
of October, 1969, which is the
iv of i i. lol-r. l!ifi!>.
*nl this (nd day of September,
B 11 l.FATIIF.UMAN,
Clerk of Circuit Court,
Dade i 'cunt v. Florida
By: I' F Gill USTHAN'D
Deputy Cl.rk
bun Court Seal)
P-19-26
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 84845
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In RB: Bat ate of
1/>I"IS I> SCHWARTZ,
11.-. .-ased.
To All Creditors and All Persona
Having claims or Demand!
Agalnai said Estate:
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the estate
of l.i'CIS I>. SCHWARTZ, deceased
late of Dad.- County. Florida, to the
County Judges of I'ade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as |irn.
Vided in Section TH.I 16. Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade Comity, Florida.
within six calendar months from the
lime of ih.- first publication hereof,
or the same will hi haired.
Dated at Miami. Florida, tin- 23nd
.lav of August, All 1969,
SBYMOl'R .1 SIMON
A- Executor
Flrsl publication of this nolle......
Mi. 29th day of August, 1969.
SIMON, HAYS GRI-NDVVERQ
Attorney for Executor
801 Ainsl. > Building,
Miami. Florida 33132
f _".. -i ".. 12-lH
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
I In business under the fictitious name
of KAIAVATCO at I120S South Dixie
Highway, Miami. Florida Intends In
register -aid name with the Clerk
of Hi.- Circuit Court of Dad.- County.
Florida
KAI.MANSHN. YVATTI RS & CO a
Florida corporation
By: DONALD KALMANSON
President
CAIDIN, ROTHENBERG. KOGAN,
KORNBLl'M A ROTHENBERG
Attorneys for Applicant
Suite 305
Rlscayne Building
Miami. Florida g/Jfl ,, ,., ,,,
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84659
In RE: Estate of
HARRY V.. POPOVICH
11. -eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnsl Said
Bstati :
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
whi.h you may have against the es-
tate of HARRT 7. POPOVICH de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
' to the County Judges of Dade County,
| and id. ill.- same in duplicate and us
I provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in iiie County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the sam.- will in- barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this .'1st
dav --1 AUgUSt, A.D. li'illi
MAX II SILVER
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
Hie 89th dav of Aucu.-t, 1969,
AltONt'VITZ. ZINN & SI I. V Kit
Attorneys for Executor
:-"v Alnsley Building
Miami. Florida 29 :.-1l'-19
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ih.- undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of 20KI SHOE BOITIQITE ai 16X1 -
T:>ill Sir. .1 Causeway, Miami Beach,
Floridn Intends In register said name
with the Cl.rk of Hi.- Circuit Court
of Dad.- County, Florida
FRBDBLLB IN-OCTLBT, INC ,
a Florida Corporation
KENNETH X. ReK \NT
Attorney for Applicant
Sun. 229
i mo l.in- ..In Road Building
Miami Beai h. Florida 33139
- B : 3-12-19
shall lie re-
ih. proper! y
sold to Hie
t the Court-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
D'l'ii 'E is HEREBY GIVEN thai
undersigned, desiring to engage
in-iiiess under the fictitious name
fit' 'l'lc.4.1. BAR al 7S-1 N.B 2nd
nue, Miami, Florida Intends to
-aid name with the Cl.rk of
ir.uit Court of Dade Couniy,
la.
JACOrt FISHER.
sole ou lid-
ER & BECKBRMAN
I for Applicant
Tmole W;,v
, Florida 33134
t!9-26
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File No. 69A333
NOTICE IS HKHEHY C1VFN that
:i^n-71 ST coup, holder of County
Tax Sale Certificate No. x7rj issued
the 1st .lay of June. A.D. 1966, has
filed same in my office, and has made
application lor a tax deed to he issued
thereon sai.l Certificate embraces
the following described property m
the County of Dade, Stale of Honda,
E14 of N'4 3 in N\V',. Troplco.,
l-i.it Hook 2 Page .'.7 Section 12
Township 56 South, Range 39 Bast
containing 2 :. Acres More or !. s-
in Hi.- County of Dade, Slate ol
Florida.
Tl,,. assessment of said property
under the sai.l certlflcat. was in
the name of: CHARLES li FORMAN
Unless said certificate -hall he re-
deemed according law, the property
,i, scribed herein ill be sold i.. the
highest bidder for cash at the ourt-
house door on th- first Monday m
il,,. month of October, 1969, which Is
the --Hi dav of October .1969.
Dated this 2nd day of September,
E B LEATHERMAX,
Clerk of Circuit Court,
l la.lo County, Plot Ida
l'.\ : 1- F QITLDSTRAND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
9/6-12-19-86
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84696
In RE: Estate of
SAM1 Bli GITLEN
l ..,~,;\
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All i r.diior- ami All Person* II..v -
ing claim- or Demands Agalnsl Said
Estati :
Ymi are hereby notified and re-
quired to present any claims a-id
demands which you may have agalnsl
the estate of SAMUEL GITLEN de-
, ,-..-cd late ol li.ul, County, Florida,
',.. ih.- County Judges of Had.- County,
and fill th.- same i.i duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, in tin ir office- in Hi.- County
Courthouse in I>...|. County, Florida,
Within six calendar months front the
lime of the flrsl publication hereof,
or tin sanu- will he barred.
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 14ih
day of Aukusl A.D. 1969.
I.II.I.IAN MnltlllS
As Executrix
First publication of this notii.....n
Hie :: day of August, 1969.
FAINCI-;. FINK ft FORMAN
Attorneys for the
Executrix ami th.- Estate
I SOS Congress Building,
Miami. Florida :wi32
8, 22-29 9/5-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Hi.- unde-ic icd, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name
of SNAP N FLASH PHOTOGRAPHY
ai 4:i7 N. Federal Highway. Hallan-
dale, Florida and or Suite 22, One
Itoud Building, Miami Itea. h,
Florida Intend* lo register f il name
U llll III. I 'If I. Of Hie I il. tl!
of Dade Couniy, Florida
RICK .1 liORTEZ
KENNETH N ReKANT
Attorney for
RICK J, LORTEZ
Suite L'lm.i
one Lincoln Road Bids.
Miami Beach, Florid,. 33139
8 22-29 '.' -".-12
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 BLW'OOD HAMILTON,
I ill', n.lant.
TO: KENNETH
BLWOOD HAMILTON
Residence unknown
YOI." ARE NOTIFIED that an Action
f..r Divorce has been filed against you
and you ar.- required i. serve a copy
..f your written defenses, if any, to
ii. on E. 1-AII, BBATTY, Plaintiffs
Attorney, whose address Is !"<;: Sey-
ki.lil Building, Miami. Florida, on or
before Septembi r 22nd, I'i69, and file
ih.- original with th.- Clerk of this
Court eiili.-r before servl......n Plain-
tiffs Attorney or immediately there-
after; otherwise a default will lie en-
tered against you for the relief de-
manded in the Cimplnlnt.
WITNESS my hand and Ih.- seal
of Ihis Court on Aucust Huh 1969
i:. H. I.EATHERMAN
As Clerk of the Courl
|lj : c p, ci IPBLAND
As I ivput) i Merit
s 22-29 9 r.-l::
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
No. 69-14281
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
james ii. McDonald,
Plaintiff,
-vs-
jii.ia m. mcdonald,
Defendant.
TO: MRS. .ICI.IA M. MciiiiNAl.l..
i-'. Arlington Boulevard,
North Arlington, New Jersey
Vou, .ICI.IA M. MeDONAIJ), are
hereby notified thai a Hill of Com-
plain! for Divorce has been filed
agalnsl you, and you an- required lo
servi -i copy ol your Answer or Plead-
ing i" the Bill of Complaint on the
Plaintiff- attorney, DAVID DRVOK-
ER, ..-.". Lincoln Head. Miami I'., a-ll.
Florida, and file the original Answer
or Pleading lit <'< office of Hi.- Clerk
of Hi.- Circuit Couri on or I,, fore the
Oth day of October, 1969, If you fall
I.. ,;,, -... ni.ii:iii. "i by default will be
taken agalnsl you for the relief de-
manded n il.. Bill "f Complaint,
This noii. .- hall I-- published once
ea.-h w.-e'. for '"in- consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this ;7Hi day .-!' August, A.D.
:....
! n LEATHBRMAN, CI. rk,
i i:. an i '..in i. I >ad. i "ounty, Florida
l!j I.. SNEEDEN,
Deputy Clerk
(Cir. nil i 'our! .-. il I
|. win DlircKBR, ESQ
a Road Suit.- 206
Miami 11. a. h. Florida 33139
Attorni > for I'
S -". '' ".-!-'-I!'
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN TH-= CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JU DICIA L CI RCU IT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-13768
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
CI BVKI.AND REID,
Plaintiff
vs
EVELYN RBID,
I -, miaul
TO: BVBIA'N REID
loss North Broadway
Baltimore, Maryland
You. EVELYN REID, are hereby
notified lhal a Hill ..f Complaint for
Divorce has been filed agalnsl you,
and you are required lo serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading lo the
Hill' of Complain! on the Plaintiffs
attorn, v. PAUL KWITNEY, IJ" Lin-
coln Head. Miami Beach, Florida,
and file Hi. original Answ. r or Plead-
ing in Hie office of Hie Clelk of the
Circuit Court on ..I- before ihe -6th
da\- ..f September, 1969, If you fall
;,,".!. -... judgment bj default will he
taken agafnsl you for the relli f de-
mand..! in Hi.- Hill of Complaint.
Tin- notli shall be publish, d once
ea.h week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE Nli ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, this ISHi day of August A.D.
E B I-EATHBRMAN, Clerk,
Cireuli Court, Bade County, Florida
By: R. F. SHEA
l.. putj Clei k
- nil i "out l S.al i
PAI'l. K WITNBY
420 1........n Road
M mini I leach, Floridn
Attorney fur Plaintiff
S 22--.-9 9 :.-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
the undersigned, dexiring In i u --.
business under Ihi fictitious
MATERNITY Ml "DBS in il MATEII
NITY EXCI.rSIVES al I4S51 N.V
27th Avenue, l>ps locka, Fjorldi ii
tetid t" register said nan-- Iv 1 tin
Clerk of ih. Circuit Coufl of Dai
County, Florida.
.lA.MI-iS KASSN'BR
II ENRY KASSN RR
BRNA KASSN BR,
Trustee of Jean's Trust
BRNA KASSNER,
Ti ii-'.-.- of Anita's Trust
II ERBERT si 'HI lENBRt >D, .
Trustee ..| Brnn's Tin-1
HERBERT St 'Hi lENBRI D,
Trustee of Steven's Trust
HERBERT SCHOENBROD.
Trustee of Theresa Ann's Trust
HERBERT SCH< lENBRi II >,
Trus.....f I >a\ id Floyd's Trust
HERBERT SCHi ENBRI 'l.
Trustee of Pamela's Trust
HERBERT SI 'll' "ENBIK 'l>.
Trustee of Kathy's Trust
HERBERT SCHOENBRl >l'.
Trustee ol Judith's Trust
A PARTNERSHIP
PRED and NEWMAN
Siil Dad.- Federal Building
Miami, Florida 33131
Attorneys for iw n.-i-s
8 .'u'-2a :i "-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84808
In III-:: Estate of
ARNOIJ3 SEEDER,
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Ma\ -
intr claims or Demands Agalnsl Sakj
Estate:
Vou ate hereby notified and requlr-
..I lo present any claims and demands
1 which vou may Have against the e* -
I tate of ARNOLD SEEDER deceased
late of Dad.- Couniy, Florida, lo Hi.-
Cunty Judges of Dade County, an-
| file the same In duplicate and ll '
, provided in Section 783.16. Florida
I Statutes, in tli.ir offices in the count'
i Courthouse in Dad.- County, Florid*
within six calendar months from th
time of the first publication hereof
,,r Ho name will he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida this ^l-o
dav of August. A.D 1969
I.I'CII.I.F SEEDER
As Executrix of
Estate Of Arnold Seller. Deceased
II KIM AN AND CHARY. P A
Itv: LOPI8 HEIMAN
- Attorneys for Executrix
1130 S.W, Flrsl Sir.-.-i
, Miami. Florida f n : ...
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
I the undersigned, desiring lo engagi c
business under Ihe fictitious name
1-lNivs WINDOW BALES AND SER-
VICE at 66 W. 29th Sir.-, t. HlaV al
Intends to register said nami with
the Cl.rk of the Circuit Court 0
Had- County, Florida
LEOPOLDO PINO
x 22-89 S-18
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th.- undersigned, desiring '- engage
in business under the fictitious name
of IMIDIN KIN DE SIOLO al 86
Palm Av.nue. Hlaleah. Florida intenjl
in register said name with the I lerl
of the Circuit Curl of Dade county,
' AVBLINO GONZALEZ and
BMlLIOCORRALE89sia
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-13856
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
VERNON RAY CARAWAY
Plaintiff,
vs
DOROTHY 'i
Def. ndiuir.
Tl
CARAWAY,
DOROTHY >: CARAWAY
ii7s l-in. down Drive
i 'hail. -ton. South Carolina
v..u;'''l>iii:i>TllV G, CARAWAY
ar. hereby notified thai a Bill ol Com-
plain' for Divorce has been fllei
against you, and you are required to
' ., ,,, ,, copj "1 'OUr Answer or Plead-
[0 ihe Bill of Complaint on Ihe
pialnttffV attorney, VON ZAMFT am
SMITH 1312 Capital Hank Building
Miami,' Florida ami file the orlgina
\ii-w.V or Pleading in Ihe office of
thi Clerk of the Circuit Court on 01
before the 19th day of September
1969 if you fail to do so, Judgment
by di lauii will be taken against you
for lh< relll I demanded in tin- Bill Ol
Complaint. .
This noli., shall he published once
each we.k for lour consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida. Ihis 19th day of August A.D.
I!i6!>.
B 11 LEATHBRMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court, Dade County. Florida
By: MAROI'BRITB KENT
Deputy Clerk
(Clr uit c.-uri Seal) .-*iM
VON ZAMFT SMITH
1512 Capital Hank Building
Miami. Florida I
1 Attorneys for Plaintiff
i Phone 379-6461 ...
x 22-29 :' -12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undesigned, desiring i<> engage in
business undi r tin fictitious names of
M Ml'RRAY SCHECHTER, M.D.: M
MFKKAY SCIIi;cilTI-:it, M.D., PA
al 2460 Coral Way. Miami. Florida
:::I4.'. intends lo register said names
with the Clerk of the Circuit Court
of Dado County, Florida.
M. Ml'RRAY SCHECHTER,
M.D., F.A.C.P .
PR< (FESSli >NAL ASSOCIATION
SPAHHBK AND ROSKIN P A.
Attorne} for Applicant
I 106 Hi-, avne Blvd.
Miami. Florida 331S2
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Miami. Florida. Friday, September 12. 1969
Section C
ommunity
JAY DERMER
CITY OF MIAMI BEACH
OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
On the eve of this joyous holiday, it is my
fervent hope and prayer that the year 5730
will bring progress towards the goal of wor'd
peace and better understanding between the
-peoples of the world.
As Mayor of the City of Miami Beach, it
gives me great pleasure to extend warmest
g tings on the advent of Rcsh Hashanah.
The members of the City Council and the
official family join me in heartfelt congratu-
lations and good wish.* for health, happiness
and prosperity throughout the New Year.
JAV DERMER
Mayor, City of Miami Beach
Greet You
CBTY OF MBAMI
OFFICE 'OF THE MAYOR
As we r.ow enter the Jewish year 5730,
MJamians welcome this opportunity to saint.'
members of your faith w-hc offer so much to
t ur community's vita. ty.
I can not tbir.k c.f a more appropriate
moment, at the dawr oi a new year, to fer-
vently pray and work ior peace and brotherly
understanding Ejnong the ;>>p!es of the world.
We star.c at the threshold of a new to-
rr.orrow, filled witti tk{ promise of exploring
new horizons. L*i all men now explore their
own consciences ;.; we strive for love and
compassion.
STEPHEN P. CLARK
Mayor, City of .Miami
STEPHEN P. CLARK
STATE OF FLORIDA
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA
this important .- 'nson, I would like
ttond ve y b?st wishes to my many
Is of the Jewish faith and tell you of
>u hts regarding our role today and in
hning months regarding our state and
..o have a >t going for us
frful climate, hi autiful seashores, parks
fi. .-. a growing ec :nomy, industrial ex-
But we as citizens have much to do
our heritage nd make the most of
what we :.,. v.. hi' d i i .o..-ati.>na'ly train
hose stu : >: '. 'o < .l!"iv
fter big I-. >.:h idn it ior.: we must provide
ill possib'e a.-- -" nee to Uv-e who |ave come
o our state lor a start alter suffering
lardshki oui o;o-ess;on m tiieir own coun-
ties; vv haw t. build new roads so that all
jvho seek to enjoy our state's facilities
so quicker and more safely; we should
Jntly encourage now industry and those
in the various professions to make
their home. The list is much longer,
Hth a little thought you can readily see
t>b that lies before us.
he recent success of the Apollo mission
hpe fully, a step in the right direction to
rage the people of all states, all countries
jail faiths to recognize that mankind
have c >m:non goals and hopes for the
Cment of all who Inhabit our beautiful
|glo!>e.
ill so, my message to you on the occasion
5h Hashanah is to become Involved with
ftvernment of your state and your coun-
t-ay f >r peace In the war-torn countries
world; work for a better understanding
f ,md order and justice in our nation;
ve faith that the good qualities in your
man will prevail.
CLAUDE R. KIRK. -IR.
Governor, State Of Florida
I. HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES
WASHINGTON, O.C.
bn this happiest of the Jewish holidays,
ii hanah, i hope and pray along with
Ifor peace not only in Viet Nam. but In
piddle East, and for Jews throughout the
i. so they may enjoy the now year in a
of i ty and hope for the future Instead of
Inuous fear.
My wishes and hopes go to the people of
Bel because until peace can be attained
the valiant people of this land, Rosh
hanah can only be a sail holiday for all
are allied witti the Israeli cause.
J. HERBERT BURKE
Member of Congress
UNITED STATES SENATE
WASHINGTON, D.C.
During th< sacred observance :' T.
Hashani h M :- m M appro] riat< I
. friend of the J is h I I s oi
r.< iratioi good will an 11 ? each
. i : ; tranquil spirit and i
t -.. ry '. a or
And 1 i 3 -' iu!d : ?r -
: ..-. : i world at pi i
in ing ; ar and a realizat: in d V. true
i I id ir r :'. : ifur<
SPKSSARD L. HOLLAND
I'nited State* Ser.w >r
U.S. HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES
WASHINGTON, D.C.
To My Man) Friends in
the Jewish Community:
My very warmest wishes for a most pros-
perous, healthy and happy Rosh Hashanah.
May the coming year bring peace to all
pe.ipie in every part of the earth so that men
will be able to live and grow together in
harmony.
DANTE E. FVsCELL
Member o! Congre>s
U.S. HOUSE of REPRESENTATIVES
WASHINGTON, D.C.
The Rosh Hashanah celebration is a rr.irror
held up to disclose the values, aspirations and
vision of *he Jewish people throughout its
extraordinary history. Jewish piety has hal-
lowed this feast with a multitude of customs
which emphasize that sanctificanon oi time,
beautifully symlb ilized in the institution of the
Sabbath, which is the essence of Judaism and
of the Biblical understanding of God.
At this New Year season the : ippea nce
of anti-Sen tism in certain : arts < I the world,
the plighl of Jewish communities in Russia
and Poland, the tragic conflict which continues
to wrack the Middle Eastell emphasize to
us thi thi Ideals of peaci I ee b m en-
shi ined in R sh Hashan h are fa from I i g
realized n man) ireas of our worM May this
a Y( : si ason lea 1 us all toi led e our-
selves ti tht advancement oi fret Ion -
ity and pei for all whose
ti iew forms of ancient tyranny
and hate
According to the Talmud, then art th
wl rh the world is prt sen
truth, and peace and the three
really on il i ent is executed, 1 rth is
i ati d, and peace results.' S > ma
eat prayer ol Rosh Has! h for
,. .. i' a new worlda united hi
ity ruled I ; justice "that they all may form a
single band to do Thy will with a perfect
heart Then shall the just also see and be
glad when Thou maktst the dominion of
arrogance to pass away from the earth." In
this spirit, God grant that we all may be
worthy to be inscribed in the Book of Life!
CLAUDE PEPPER
Member of Congress


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*Jewlsti fhrkRtUh
Friday, Septerr.r
12,
THE ORTHODOX YAAD
HAKASHRUTH OF FLORIDA
7801 CARLYLE AVENUE MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA 33141
Rabbi Dr. Isaac Hirsh Ever, director
"At the Threshold of a New Year we are filled with
Sacred Memories of the History of our Vaad Hakash-
ruth; with gratitude to G-d, that He shall crown us
with goodness and virtue to bring us and all Kosher
establishments under our strict supervision, Joy,
in our community, fulfill the wishes of our hearts for
Kindness and Truthfulness in the ranks of Kashruth,
Health for Life, and for Lasting Peace in the World."
OFFICERS
Morris Feldman
President
Philip Yasser
Vko President
Sam Brick
Secretary
William Cohen
Treasurer
The Officers, the Board of Directors, the Staff
the Students and Affiliate Groups
of
THE HEBREW ACADEMY
Extend a Happy New Year
to the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
LOUIS MERWITZER, PRESIDENT
LEONARD ROSEN, CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD
RABBI ALEXANDER S. GROSS, PRINCIPAL
MRS. JACOB KATZ
President,
Hebrew Academy Women
MRS. LEONARD ADLER
President, PTA
HIGH HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Best wishes for a Healthy, Joyful and Religious New Year
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION
Dov Rosencwaig, Rabbi Board of Directors
Members
1242 Washington Avenue, Miami Beach
The Rabbi, Cantor, Officers, Board of Directors,
Board of Trustees, and the Entire Staff of
THE BETH DAVID CONGREGATION
Extend Best Wishes for a
HAPPY, HEALTHY AND PEACEFUL NEW YEAR
to its Members and to the entire Jewish Community
Women's League for Israel
Lincoln Miami Beach Chapter
Extends heartiest greetings for a Happy and Healthy
New Year to Members and Friends
THE SPINOZA FORUM
1234 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
DR. ABRAHAM WOLFSON, Chairman
[xtends lo All
A NAPPY NEW YEAR
i "
Needs Of
Jews Overseas
Continue
Throughout
The Year
By SAMl'rX L. IIABKR
The lofiiost hopes and strivings of j
their expression in the prayers offer a
during the High Holy days. The 'days of
awe" from Rosh Hashanah to Yoni Ki;.nur
period of profound spiritual introspection
It is also a period when wo reflect on the fate
of our fellow-Jews, gladdened by advances in
friendly lands and saddened by difficulties
hostile areas.
In Poland loss than two weeks njo new and
harsher emigration regulations went into ef.
'ct. We hope and pray that at least those
who filed their preliminary papers for emi-
gration before the Sept. 1 deadline will be
able to come out. Hundreds of Polish Jews
!. sieged the government offices -.eking t0
register before the deadline. Many had not
t von contemplated lenving Poland. Thrv hoped
against hope for some miracle that would
enable them to remain there.
Many are spiritually as well a-s physically
homeless. They have no one to turn to but
the Jewish agencies for assistance, agencies
which are financed mainly by the campaigns
of the United Jewish Appeal. Whin this new
wave of emigration recedes, it is doubtful that
there will bo more than a few thousand Jews
aining in that country which once was the
homeland of over three million Jews.
The < \odus of Czechoslovak!an Jews which
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AGUOflTH ISRAEL
INSTITUTE
7901 CARIUE AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
_. ,_n 11- 11377
We herewith extend our best wishes
1e our beloved founder and Spiritual leader
RABBI DR. end MRS. ISAAC HIRSH EVER and FAMILY
Officers, Directors, Members, Sisterhood Organization, Men's Club
OS well as to oil our well-wishers in Greater Miami
MAY THE NEW YEAR BRING THE REAlfZATION OF All OUR HCHS,
COMPUTE MDtMPTION TO OUR PEOPLE
and a
SOIUTIGH TO AffllCTiD HUMANITY
L. MURRAY JAGER, President
HAROLD ROSENFEID, Vice President
5
MRS. LILLIAN BLUMENFELD. President
SISTERHOOD OF AGUDATH ISRAEL
A Very Happy New Year to Al!
CONGREGATION B'NAI RAPHAEL
(Formerly Dade Heights Jewish Congregation)
1401 N.W. 183rd Street, Miami
RABBI CHARLES M. RUBEL
CANTOR JACK LERNER
Congregation President, Milton Gleicher
Sisterhood President, Mrs. Allan Nirenberg
The Religious Zionists of America
MIZRACHI HAPOEL H'MIZRACHI
Wishes to Members end their Families
and to all of the Jewish Community
of Greater Miami
A HAPPY, HEALTHY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
RABBI JONAH E. CAPIAN, Executive Vice President
HYMAN K01K0, President Miami Region
L'Shona Tova Tikesevu
CONGREGATION ANSHE EMES
L'SHONA TOVA TIKESEVU
Sky Lake
Synagogue
18151 N.E. 19th Avenue
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
JONAH E. CAPLAN
Rabbi
DANIEL P. TUNICK
President
TEMPLE
BETH TOY
(Conservative Synagogue)
6438 S.W. 8th Street
Miami
RABBI
SIMON APRIL
MORR'S HARRIS
President
CANTOR
H. MARCHBEIN
AND All. THE
MEMBERS
WISH THF ENTIRE
JEWISH COMMUNITY
A VERY
HAPPY NEW VEAR
MIAMI BEACH CHAPTER
MIZRACHI WOMEN'S
ORGANIZATION
EXTENDS
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
to All Our Members ond_ft
Entire Jewish Community
Good Health and Peace ..
Tnrotighoi/f the World.
RACHEl IAUFER M-
Prefiw"1
RoshHashonaGrecngsFrr
THE NORMAN BROtt
BROWN AUXILIARY
NO. 174
JEWISH WAR VETERANS <*
THE UNITED STATES
MIAMI, FLORIDA


Friday, September 12. 1969
* Jewish thfJkMat)
Paqe 3-C
UNITED STATES SENATE
WASHINGTON, n.C.
it is with sincere admiration of tho nnci.-nt
Hi bWW faith that I convoy to the Jewish
< '.minify of Florida my greeting* on tlv
occasfcff <>f Rosh Hashanali, the Jewish New.
I have always found groat meaning and
benttty in K.>sh Hashanah, a time when every
individual of Jewish faith gazes at himself
r-vrn within, his conduct illuminated with the
lamp of conscience. Such reflection, in a year
ir. which man has first walked upon the stir-
fr v of the Moon, truly has the deepest mean-
ing for all mankind. It is a time of self-
JTSbotta
>
(tnim
Eikcsmut
BETH EL
I0NGREGATI0N
DO S.W. 17th Avenue
; LOMON SCHIFF, Rabbi
HYMAN CHABNER
President
lo/ the New Year be a
fL'fiful one and bring a
pll measure of happiness
to cur members and the
rtt -e Jewish Community.
TEMPLE NER TAMID
SISTERHOOD
MK. JACK GREENBfRG, Pres.
Holiday Greetings
from
MOLLIE KAHANER
SISTERHOOD
of
i BETH TORAH
CONGREGATION
Nerth Miami Beach, Florida
SISTERHOOD
C H ES E D
SHEL EMESS
Fttsident Isodore Schwarti
Officers and
Board of Directors
Bh their many members
and friends
best wishes for a
Happy New Year
IS. FRANCES PACKAR,
President
PIONEER WOMEN
Club No. 2
wishes a Happy,
Healthy Nw Year
H all Hit Mambers,
I eh* t* her Foimly and friends.
renewal with implications for all the peoples
of our troubled world.
It is with heart-felt pleasure that I send
these -rectinijs. I fervently hope and pray
that the New Year of the Jewish calendar
shall sec an era of peace with justice not only
for our own brave men fighting abroad but
for the people of the state of Israel and all
humanity. Let the introspection of the Jewish
people on this holy occasion be an enlighten-
ment to the nations and this hallowed day an
occasion of rededication to the ancient Hebrew-
pursuit of the brotherhood of man under the
fatherhood of God.
EDWARD J. OIRNKV
riiiteci States senator
1969-70
SHNAS SHOtOM
nw
RABBI JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY,
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS OF
CONGREGATION BETH TFILAH
Extend a hearty "Birchas Shnas Chaim
V'Sholom, Osher, Vechol Toov" To All
Members, Worshippers, and Klal Yisrael,
.....-Here and in Ere/z.Yisrael.- ..._
CONGREGATION BETH TFILAH
935 Euclid Avenue Miami Beach, Fla.
REV. MAX WEISS, President
MAX TAUGER, 1st Viva President
EUAS BERCER, 2nd Vice President
LOUIS MERWITZER, Treasurer
ISIDOR GREENBER6, Asst, Treat.
JOSEPH MEDOFF, Fin. Secy.
JOSHUA SEGALl, Rec. Secy.
year;
ii
This is the end of a year in
which much has been achieved.
And tor this we thank our friends.
This is the beginning of a year
in which our obstacles and
opportunities will be greater
than ever. And for this we
need our friends.
Your community will change a
lot during 57 30. So will the
world! The quality of that
change depends upon each of us.
Greetings and best wishes y
for the New Year.
Ralph Waldo Ernerspn M
Bureau of Jewish Education Jewish Vocational Service
Leonard Zilbert,
President
Louis Schwartzman,
Executive Director
Community Chaplaincy
Service
Leo Eisenstein,
Chairman
Rabbi Solomon Schift
Coordinating Chaplain
Jewish Family and
Children's Service '
Walter S.Falk,
President
i Leon D. Fisher,
Executive Director
Jewish Home For
The Aged
Leo Rose. Jr.,
President
Arthur Kalish,
Executive Director
Stuart Rothchild,
President
Dr. Michael Goodman,
Executive Director
Mt. Sinai Hospital >
Baron De Hirsch Meyer
President
Samuel Gernter,
Executive Director
National Council of Jewish
Women Service to
New Americans
Mrs. Irving L. Wexler,
President
Mrs. Florence Alberts,
Executive Secretary
YM-YWHA of Greater Miami
Samuel Seitlin,
President *
Efraim H. Gale.
Executive Director
> sreater miami Jewish federation

1317 Biscaync Blvd., Miami. Florida 33132 Telephone 3730411

Milton Weiss, President Robert Russell, Campaign Chairman Arthur S. Rosichan, Executive Director


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>Jenist nortfiar
Friday, Septembei 12. 1969
A VERY HAPPY
NEW YEAR
to all our
Relatives and Friends
and to
all the Fatband Members
FROM
MR. and MRS. JOSEPH P. ZUCKERMAR
LEBEDEKER BRANCH
FaRBAHD ZIONIST ORDER
NEW YEARS GREETING
To the members of the Lebediker Branch and
the National Executive Board, and to all Sisters
and Brothers who are an integral part of us,
we send our traditional greetings on the
occasion of the New Year 5730. Optimistic-
ally the members of our Branch will again be
the Vanguard to promote cultural and social
functions to muster our forces for Jewish
Emancipation throughout the world and for
the perpetuation of ISRAEL.
JOSEPH P. ZUCKERMAN, President
MAURICE FORER, Vice President
SOLOMON PARNESS, finantial Secretary
JACOB FRAYDMAN and HANNAH YESNER
Recording Secretaries
LEON ORNSTEIN, Treasurer
OSCAR SHAPIRO, Entertainment Chairman
LEON APRIL, ESTHER LiEBERMAN, Haspitetars
SAM TETENBAUM, Membership Chairman
RACHL PARNESS, Social Secretary
CEl'A GOTTLIEB, Israel Bond Chairman
ABE RAPPAPORT, J.N.f. Chairman
MORRIS ORNSTEIN ond LESTER BIGELMAN.
CJ.A. Chairmen
HEBREW EDUCATORS ALLIANCE
OF GREATER MIAMI
Extends Best Wishes to All Jewish Educators,
to the Leaders and Directors of the
Bureau of Jewish Education, and to
the Entire Jewish Community for a
HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR
RABBI SHIMON AZULAY, President
DAVID FRIEDMAN, Honorary President
MRS. J. DAIMOND, 1st Vice President
MR. S. APELBAUM, 2nd Vice President
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
To All Their Members and Friends
THE MIAMI FRIENDLY SOCIAL CLUB
MAX GARSHAG, President

BEST WISHES TO ALL
FOR A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS, GEORGE GERSHWIN LODGE 196
AMERICAN MEDICAL CENTER AT DENVER
GREATER MIAMI CANCER LEAGUE
WISHES HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
To its Friends and Supporters
Throughout South Florida
Jacob C. Cohen Community Synagogue
"The Synagogue Beautiful" extends New Year Greetings to all
TIBOR H. STERN, RABBI
French Leftists, Gaullists Pursue Anti-
B.v EDWIN EYTAN
The Interests ind acitivities >f
Frenc i wry have revolve I
I ferae! and the Middle
during the past
j ir, The re is >:. was not >::'>'
il ir.t rest In 1st iel felt
ws but the effect of the far
jii conflict ar.d oi official rela-
, between France and Israel
on I u I ca scene.
Since Gen. Ch Gaulle'a
n itorious press c >nf rence In th!
in of 1987 when he refe
11 i.i- Jews i the Is aelisl
in -I.' <' domineering
the i climate in
Fran e has de-
I itent '' -
Semitic I s which tradi-
in ill cl Lsses I
suddenly
t into th often i
the j ':'-"
'.ioned
..' 25 j still
supplied the litic J pivot of
the Vichy -.:. tie, raised its head.
Extremist movements such as
' Jeune Nation" and "Occident"
made their presence known.
Anti-Semitic leaflets were cir-
culated once a^ain, swastikas
race again marred walls and all
the old literature and hate prop-
aganda showed up again.
Of themselves, these phenom-
ena would have made only slight
imprint on France's social scene
-they would have meant only a
slight aggravation of a tradi-
t' mmI situation to which French
J tars are accustomed and with
which they are used to coping.
The entry of the Leftists and
the extremist Gaullist element
on the scene, however, made a
maior change, with possibly far-
re rhlng implications.
There can be no doubt thai
: majority of France's Jews.
.:,. the rest <>.' the country's
population, had voted against
11 G tulle in ;h.' April ref-
erendum which brought
tifall. Though the Jews
I have ii ''l additional r< n-
| i ,| agai t De Gaulle,
.. ... .. v. > organized Jewish
,i during the campaign nor
r pen or hidden appeal to the
- as such to vote against the
aging French leader.
Nonetheless, the faithful little
branch of orthodox Gaullists
which had advocated and then
fully approved and supported his
anti-Israeli and pro-Arab policy.
felt_or claimed to feelthat the
MR. and MRS. LEONARD ZILBERT
EXTEND THEIR BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY. HEALTHFUL AND CONSTRUCTIVE NEW YEAR
To the Officers. Directors and Staff of the
BUREAU OF JEWISH EDUCATION and the
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION;
To the Rabbis and Jewish Teachers
and to the many friends of
Jewish Education throughout Greater Miami
THE RABBI. CANTOR, OFFICERS, and MEMBERS
THE ISRAELITE CENTER TEMPLE
3175 S.W. 25th Street
Extend Their Greetings to All Their Members and Friends
For A Very Happy Passover
WILLIAM DRUCKER
President
ALBERT ZISMAN
Chairman of the Board
TEMPLE ISRAEL
OF GREATER MIAMI
ITS RABBIS, OFFICERS and MEMBERS
Extend fa 'he Jewish Fiaridian and its hosts of readers
A VERY HAPPY, PROSPEROUS AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR
CHAIM WEIZMAN BRANCH
No. 343 FARBAND LZ.0.
wishes all their members and friends,
and the Greater Miami Jewish community
a Happy, Healthy and Peaceful New Year. May
Rosh Hashonah bring peace for all mankind
and peace and tranquility for rhe State of Israel.
SOL CALLER, Financial Secretary
MOE LEVIN, Chairman
HADASSAH
Extends to the
ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
last Wishes far a Happy, Health/ and Praspereas New Year
THE MIAMI CHAPTER
Mrs. Ma,well Weisfcera, President
THE MIAMI BEACH CHAPTER
Mrs. Philip f. Thau, President
the Jews, "through their propa-
ganda and money" had brought
about Do Gaulle's downfall. The
words reportedly uttered by Ar-
niand Rerard, the French Am-
bassador to the United Nation-,
on the nighl if the referendum
were typical of an Important
segment of ifrench public opin-
ion which openly blamed the
Jews for De Gaulle's downfall.
K\en before De Gaulle's down-
fall, many rank-arid-file Gaul-
lists, most probably mistakenly,
bi lieved that the Elysee Palace
iise'i was inspiring and blessing
their anti-Semitic and anti-
Israel sentiments Since hi<
fall, their attitude ha i beer
fui th r <*> itc I.
Israel's figh the embar-
-,,. i Mi-...... the
.;,..; :-, ; ]' mc -Israeli po-
litical r. lations. th h >Mlity to
Israel suggested by France's
leaders have fur-her accentu-
ate I this tren 1. A:: additional
touch m is "-' b> the fad that
Israel, in it> ques'. for a r irmal-
ization of its political and com-
mercial relations with the new
Pompidou administration, con-
fronted H blank waH. Israels
defeat further accelerated the
BEST WISHES
FOR THE
NEW YEAR
TO THE
ENTIRE JEWISH
COMMUNITY
>*A.F.^PJ.^
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a music
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MIAMI FEDERATION
OF MUSICIANS
LOCAL 655, A. F. ol M.
President, Frank I. Ccsciola
SEASON'S GREETINGS
TO ALL
SELMA
M.
THOMPSON
UASON'S GREETINGS
CHRISTINE
CARRIGAN
New Year's Greeting
From
LEONARD SEWARD
FLOORING
455 N.W. 59th Court, Miami
Phone 661-7416
.


Friday, September 12, 1969
fJtnist Ffrridliari
Paqe
Jewish, Anti-Israeli Line
general anti-Jewish trend.
Those among the Jews who
rtared t<> express the opinion
that Franco's official pro-Arab
policy did not serve the coun-
ty's nest Interests nor its moral
reputation, wore called "foreign
a'-renls," and invited to "mike
'heir position clear: were they
or Franco or for a forei :n
.Jewish st ilo?"
N mo <>f France's official lead-
ership openly or even secretly
encouraged this > tude among
heir followers. Their actions
and gestures, however, seemed
o speak > the nselv-ps. French
tows, or '! '.oast th more sensi-
tlve elements among them, l> -
2;an to feel a il th -\ were faced
by an openly h istile adminis-
Jtetion.
yVhene\ >r "teh situations have
ar I b in Fr ince's his-
and the latest was during
sombre Vichy years French
usually could fount upon
e Left for support and aid.
his time, however, th" Left,
btretching from th" relatively
Itspectable PSU to the small
revolutionary groups and en-
compassing the huge Communist
Party, were on the other side.
No one can actually believe
that the leftist leaders or ideol-
ogists hid the slightest tempta-
tion to indulge in base anti-
Semitism Their standpoint whs
taken either on political guid-
ance from Mosrow for the Com-
munists, or from a clear ant.'-
[srael stand for ideological rea-
sons. As is usually the casi .
however, the ideological anti-
Zionist and "anti-imperial!*
line gradually changed into ai
open anti-Jewish attitude. The
'aders might have pondered
ever) word in their manife tos
to exclude such a possibility, 1 '
their followers, the man in the
street, the factory worker, th"
revolutionary student, only used
often modifying th" s-ns" the
line which suited him. This line
happened to be anti-Jewish and
slowly it becomes more and m :
anti-Semitic.
The latest public opinior. poll
conducted on the subject by th"
main French institute, IFOP. is
nearly three years olddating
from before the deterioration in
Franco-Israeli relations and the
Six-Day War. Even then it
showed that the strongest anti-
Semitic tendencies in France
were to be found among the
members of the Comrr.unist and
Gaullist parties.
Now, due to outside factors,
these two political forces have
combined their activities in this
respect at least and have thus
still further deteriorated the cii-
mate in which the Jews of
France live 1* is ir. this context
that the recent Orleans slander
rnmpaicn must t? vieweda
conte ;i in which the gi neral
population, th< al j
aware of it. had been prepare:'
to believe th< mosl ... rrihle and
p-eposterous t. I Ji h fi'' '.-?"-:.' >me of
whom they had known and trust-
ed for years.
Organized French Jewrj !
i; to now. adamantly refused
to envisage ihr situation. Local
Jewish leaders would or.'.y g<
far as to declare prival .... "The
less one talks about it, the bet-
ter. If we fail to it-act, things
might slowly paf^ away. Time
will do its share."
Let us hope that they are
rightfor otherwise the Jews of
France may be on the eve of
still more pair.ful emotional
trauma.
v\\\ v\\ ini />
A Happy and Prosperous
New Year
Cantor and Mrs.
Saul Breeh
and Sons
wish the membe'S of
TEMPIE BETH RAPHAEL
and moms
a Happy and Prosperous
New Year
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS FROM THE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER
PETER BLUESTEN, President
REV. MAX A. WEITZ, Spiritual Leader
The Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami Beach
EXTENDS WARMEST GREETINGS tor the NEW YEAR
TO AIL OUR FRIENDS
TEMPLE MENORAH
620 75th Street
Miami Beach, Florida
Sisterhood Young Marrieds
Men's Club
P.T.A.
U.S.Y
THt RABBI ond BOARD Of DIRECTORS of
TEMPLE ZION
Extend Best Wishes for a Happy New Year
to Their Members and the Entire Jewish Community
f
JEWISH WAR VETERANS OF THE U.S.A.
DEPARTMENT OF FLORIDA
(Extends (^ireetinqs Jo
&
\TLit tlte
xf may
L
inscribed in the Jjooli of JLrife for the coming year 5730
ARTHUR A. SELEVAN, Department Commander
MAURICE WEINMAN
Sr. Vice Commander
PETER BLUESTEN
Iff Jr. Vice Commander
ALVIN M. WEINSTEIN
I'd Jr. Vice Commander
DANIEL HEAL HfUJS
Past National CommtMier
GVDN STEfftBEKG
Wei era Ad/ifonr
SAM FRANKEL
Judge Advecaf*
AINSLEE R. FERDIE LOUIS DEUTSCH
National Executive Commiffee
MIAMI
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vJenisti fkrSdliain
extends wishes for
a most Joyous JVcw T/car to oil
The Sisterhood The Group
The Brotherhood The Temple Players
The P.T.A. The Forty-Nmers
and all affiliated Youth Groups
Jewish
film-makers
present
racial
question
on screen
B\ HERBERT <:. M'FT
Israel Histadrut Council
of South Florida
and
Greater Miami Council for Medical
Services & Vocational Training in Israel
sponsors of
GREATER MIAMI MEDICAL CENTER
RAMLEH, ISRAEL
In William Wvlers forthcom-
ing movie, "The Liberation of
Lord Byron Jones," Lee J. Cobb
is portraying a Southern lawyer
an ultra-conservative, but not
yet ii bigot who cannot change
his habits and attitudes. "The
picture," says Cobb, "opens up
the question of racial equality,
it makes us think -yet has no
ready-made answer." in a rather
subtle way. The Liberation of
Lord Byron Jones" cuts throush
tn tin- innermost thoughts of a
Southern gentleman who lives in
the past and cannot change his
deeply-rooted prejudices.
The veteran actor is enthusias-
tic about the role which, from a
performer's point-of-view, o|>ens
new vistas of characterization.
i have the advantage that no-
body has ever played this char-
acter before. The story has a
human approach to an ideologi-
cal problem. He has a conscience
and he Struggles with himself
rather than with the world
around him: he slruceles. bin he
cannot come to terms with
reality."
Ronald Lubin, together with
director William Wylcr. is pro-
ducing the unique picture for
Columbia studios. The latter em-
-~7
EXTEND TO THEIR MEMBERS AND FRIENDS
BEST WISHES FOR A
HEALTHY, HAPPY AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
ONE LINCOLN ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
Phone 538-1231 538-3101
,.
Moy the Jravoils of lost year nourish wisdom for
this year's dreams and aspirations.
MOKRIS A. KIPPER, Rabbi
TEMPLE JUDEA
OF CORAL GABLES
A REFORM CONCREGATION
5500 GRANADA BLVD. Phone 667-5657
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
1500 MEN'S CLUB
OF
TEMPLE BcTH SHOLOM
Affiliated with the Union of American Hebrew Congregations
"The Liberal Congregation on the Beach"
CHASE AVENUE at 41st STREET MIAMI BEACH
WE PRAY THAT OUR HOUSE OF PEACE WILL HERALD
A NEW ERA OF PEACE FOR HUMANITY
MORTON TOWERS
EMANUEL MENTZ, President
Sincere New Year 6reetings to The Jewish fhrxiiatt
ami the Entire Community
BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY NATIONAL WOMEN'S COMMITTEE)
MIAMI BEACH CHAPTER
MRS. BENJAMIN KREUKG, Presietnt
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS TO THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY FROM
TEMPLE ZAMORA
"The Friendliest Synagogue In Town"
44 ZAMORA, CORAL GABLES
DR. MAXWELL BERGER, RABBI
REV. RICHARD BROWDY, CANTOR
MR. LOUIS ALLWEISS
tJL^, K^hana c/ovn Uihatcvn
From OFFICERS. DIRECTORS and MEMBERSHIP ol
BETH T0RAH
CONGREGATION
1051 North Miami Beach Blvd.
DR. MAX A. LIPSCHITZ, Rabbi
MILTON T. HORNSTEIN, President
Friday, September 12 '.353
phatlcally states lhal "Tr
oration of Lord Byron Joi
not meant to be a message pic
lure, in it rather n report i \
the state ,of mind bel
Miison-Dixon Line, on conditions
and emotions within the
and the white communitj Thj
yarn of love, hate and utter .-
lence, from the novel bj
liiil Ford, with a screen) ..
Stirling Silllphant, takes pi
in "Somerton, Term." But Hut
is no Mich town on the map- tht
location is the composite of many
hamlets Smalltown, S '
Tli.to are a thousand communi-
ties like it dotting the mapfroii
Maryland to Mexico, with racial
bins on both sides and segregat-
ed living quarters and differe
cemeteries tor the races >m
for the whites and one h<>- the
Negroes.
Perhaps it is no acciden
.lews the producer. A. RonuW
Lubin, WiHtam Wyler, tl di-
rector, and the massive, tower-
ing star. Lee .1. ("ohb an- the
artists who share the basic re-
sponsibility for this film dealing
with the plight of the black
man in the South. Jewish art-
ists at the holm here i> not '
new trend: Jews have always
A Very Happy New Ye-tr
to the Jewish Commur-ty
American
Technion Society
Miami Beach
Chapter
Women's Division
New Years
Greeting^ to all
AMERICAN
JEWISH
COMMITTEE
DUP0NT PLAZA CENT :R
Mr, and Mrs.
Morris Bernstein
extend wishes for a
Happy New Year
to all
B'NAI B RITH SUNSHINE CHAPTER
Officers, Members and Fr ends!
RABBI and MRS.
MORRIS W. GRAFF
Extend to all Jewry and
particularly the members ot
TEMPLE ISRAEL of
GREATER MIAMI
Sincere Wishes for
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR ___
RABBI and MRS.
STEVEN B. JACOBS
Extend to all Jewry and
particularly the members o
TEMPLE ISRAEL ol
GREATER MIAMI
Sincere WishesJor.
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR _^


Friday, September 12, 1969
V'Jewisli fhrSdHari
Paqe 7-C
m
been in trw forefront of social
evolution and in the fi^lit for
the rights of the underdo*.;, tin-
oppressed and disenfranchised.
"The Liberation of Lord By-
ron Jones" is an effective weap-
on against bigotry because it
does not conceal cruelties and
injustices committed by both
Bides. There have been films in
recent years, either idolizing the
black intellectual, 'such as in
Stanley Kramer's ill-conceived
and badly-executed melodrama,
"Guess Who's Coming to Din-
ner") or making him the mili-
tant leader of artificiallj staged
violence, as in Sidney Poltier's
current "Tin1 I.osl Man." which
is actually i poor remake of
James Mason's "Odd Man Out."
Mr. Poitier played both charac-
tersthe exceptional scientist
and the completely ruthless
gangster and black Mafia leader
to the hilt, perhaps trying to
get the message across that the
Negro can be Ixith. Poitiers no-
tion is not a new one -Shakes-
peare demonstrated similar in-
tentions when sketching the
character of Othello and when
developing the character of Shy-
lock as a victim of feudal society.
The Mirisch picture "In the
Holiday Greetings From .
t
'. and Mrs. Harry J. Sonz
and lori Marsha
IEAL ISTATI
Investments and General Insurance
350 Lincoln Road Bidg.
Mezzanine
MIAMI BEACH
Holiday Greetings
LANDRY REALTY, Inc.
8900 South West 24th Street
Phone. 221-4772
Happy New Year To All
George
BERNSTEIN
and
FAMILY
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
From .
A. J. ALEXANDER
401 N.W. 71st Street
Miami, Florida
HAPPY
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
THE
KEETI
FAMILY
Heat of the Night" two years
ago came closer to the truth,
yet remained too one-sided in
its attempt to do justice to the
cause of the blacks.
Jesse Hill Ford writes about
people in the deep South who
cannot help themselves because
they are born Into backward
society with prejudices which
can only gradually be overcome
by education. A native of Ala-
bama, he has been described as
"a Mood-and-bones Southerner
for generations buck." While in
Norway as a Fulbright scholar.
Ford became fascinated by what
he describes as "wonderment at
the greatest nation in the world
being a bi-raciaJ community.'
"The Liberation of Lord Byron
Jones," published In 1965, won
the Guggenheim Award.
A three-time "Oscar" winner.
with a score of nominations to
his credit, 67-year-old William
U'yler. a recipient of the covet-
ed Irving Thallwrg Memorial
Award from the Academy of
Motion Picture Arts and Sci-
ences, has DMB) a liberal all his
life. During the World War I
struggle with Germany, he saw
his home town of Mulhouse,
Alsace-Lorraine, change hands
half a c'.o/en times. Starting in
the world of motion pictures at
Universal, under Carl Laemmle,
he scored as the director of such
memorable Samuel Goldwyn
movies as "Dodsworth," "Dead
End," "The Little Foxes" and
"The Children's Hour" before
World War II. He enlisted in
the Army Air Corps in 1942.
80 soon after Pearl Harbor as he
could complete filming of the
stirring anti-Nazi epic "Mrs.
Miniver" for Mctro-Goldwyn-
Mayer.
While in military service, he
conceived, directed and photo-
graphed two documentaries, the
first with the 8th Air Force in
England, the second with the
12th Air Force in the Mediter-
ranean, which won international
recognition. He was discharged
in 1945 with the rank of Lieu-
tenant Colonel, having won the
legion of Merit, the Air Medal,
the French Legion of Honor, and
the Italian Star of Solidarity
quite a li^t ol honors for a Jew-
ish immigrant from Europe.
The work of William Wyler
covers a span of 48 years. "The
Best Years of Our Lives." made
(Continued on Page ft-C)
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
&*trthnr and C_^/aVe rCosichcin
V/
BETH JACOB CONGREGATION
OF MIAMI BEACH
301-311 Washington Avenue
1140 ALTON ROAD
Wishes To All hs Members,
Worshipers and Friends
A Very Happy New Year
RABBI SHMARYAHU T. SWIRSKY MORRIS B. (RANK, President
AARON LCRNiR, Vice Pres. MORRIS KREVAT, Vice Pies.
PHILIP NtMIROVSKY, Vice Pres. WM. C. MECHANIC, Treasurer
LOUIS BAIDA, Financial Secy. HARVtY TtNDLtR, Rec. Secy.
THE
Greater Miami Hebrew
Free Loan Association
its
President and all the Officers
and Board of Directors
wish all their members and friends a most
HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
KNESETH ISRAEL CONGREGATION
1415 Euclid Avenue, Miami Beach
WISHES TO ALL OUR MEMBERS AND FRIENDS
HEALTH, HAPPINESS, AND PEACE
DR. DAVID LEHRFIELD, Rabbi
MILTON KAHN, President
ABRAHAM SEIF, Canter
ABE EISENSTEIN
Chairman of the Board
MAY WE TAKE THIS
OPPORTUNITY TO EXTEND
BEST WISHES j
FOR THE NEW YEAR
TO THE ENTIRE COMMUNITY
The Greater Miami
Israel Bond Organization
420 LINCOLN ROAD MALL
, 5950 N. Kendall Drive (S.W. 88th St.)
So. Miami, Florida
Telephone 666-2536
JOINS WITH ALL JEWS
IN THE PRAYER FOR A YEAR OF PEACE
AND PROGRESS TOWARDS
THE MESSIANIC DAY
L' SHANAH TOVAH '
r\nbbi ^/4rlluir *L. v_)/c/i/'crvy
k f~ resident, *~jeorge /i.t/Vu
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
L'Shonah Tikosavv
THE 33 MIAMI AREA
CHAPTERS OF THE
/
; /
B'NAI B'RITH YOUTH ORGANIZATION
ttrcn rme
MIAMI BEACH ETZ CHAIM
1544-45 WASHINGTON AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
Extends Best Wishes for a Very Happy, Healthy and
Prosperous New Year to All Its Members,
Worshippers and Friends
ABRAHAM BEN HIUIL, Rabbi
ALEX KLEIMAN, President HYMAN HERSTEIN, Vic. President
MORRIS BRAFMAN, Financial Secretary
RABBI MILTON SIMON, Recording and Corresponding Secretary
RUBIN HYMAN, Treasurer
SAMUEL WEIZS, First Gflbai DAVID PLOTNER, Second Gabai
H A 3Y W3H


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+Je*ist Meridian
Friday, September 12, 1963
L'SHONATOVATIKESEVU
OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF MIRAMAR
692G S.W. 35th Street, Miramar, Florida
Rabbi ELLIOTT J. WINOGRA3
President HARRY ROSEN
SOUTHEASTERN FLORIDA REGION
WOMEN'S AMERICAN OUT
OFFERS A NEW YEAR PRAYER FOR PEACE TO ALL MANKIND
L'SHONA TOVA
MRS. THEODORE A ZALLE5
Region President
LslvAtX Is ant-wing encouraging
. .,s establishing Itself in the
, .,,!: in ,:<. The1 Kiron electron-
ic, i-'anl In Ef'.tlfa manufacture!
, (ii pilfers i'nil other types i sih--
i iali/.ctl <*!' |ii:<-ni. There is u good
Future lor Israel in imlustrlea of
this kind, which are being estab-
lished and expanded with the aid (if
Israel Bonds. Photo shows a young
immi; rant r:":a-.'" ., ,ictl<.n of the "Elblt-100" com-
r that Is now being pro luce i
n Israel tor domest-c w-e as well
as ii>r export to other countries*
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO THE JEWISH COMMUNITY
SHORE UNIT OF THE
PAPANICOLAOU CANCER RESEARCH INSTITUTE
MRS. LEWIS BARON, PRESIDENT
GREATER MIAMI
COUNCIL OF
PIONEER WOMEN
AND ITS
11 CHAPTERS
MAX SHAPIRO, Rabbi, BEN DICKSON, President
NATHAN K. SPECTOR, President
OFFICERS, and HOARD OF DIRECTORS
of tilt
BETH KODESH CONGREGATION
SISTERHOOD and MEN'S OUB
1101 S.W. 12th AVENUE, MIAMI
txtend to All Best Wishes for a Happy New Year
A Most Happy New Year to the Enrire Jewish Community
TEMPLE TIFERETH ISRAEL
6500 North Miami Avenue
WILLIAM E. SCHACHTER
President
RUBIN KUTUN
Board Chairman
ClUB 1 BeSA IDILSON
ClUB 2 CO?Al GABLES
GOLDA MEIR AVIVA
KADIMAH EilAT
IIKVAH SHAYN4 (Miramoi)
SHARON
extend \J V ew ^t/ctr C^rze.H\i^r3
to ^/4U $
NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS
from the
OFFICERS and MEMBERS OF THE
WOMEN'S DIVISION
of riw
GREATER MIAMI JEWISH FEDERATION
MRS. EDWIN B. OPPENHEIM, PRESIDENT
" Dedicated to the Service of Our Community "
THE RABBI, OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF
TIFERETH JACOB
THE SISTERHOOD and MEN'S CiUB
Extend best wishes for the New Year
to the Entire Jewish Community
New Year Greetings from
AMERICAN FRIENDS OF
THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY
ded :ated to trie growth and development
of Israel s renowned institution of Ivgher
{earning and research, the training ground
of Israel's future leaders and world center
of Jewish culture.
A -)'h to the Heb'e* Univerjity it a g fi 10 >. A bequest to the
HESREvV UNIVERSITY can link yoor name to many generations. Plans
to moat J". spec al requirements for g ft| or beqj'Sts may be arranged
without o'ulgj'ion or expense to yoj, legal or otherv.se.
MRS. EOYTH H. GEICER, Rig^nil Director
605 LINCOLN ROAD
Phone 532-1707
Branch 692 Workmen's Circle of
Miami Beach
extending its best wishes to its members, friends and all
Jewrya Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year.
"oran naio niW7
The Greater Miami Section
National Council of Jewish Women
EXTENDS BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR
CHILDRtltS ASTHMA RESEARCH INSTITUTE
AND HOSPITAL AT DENVER
Extends Wishes for a Happy, Healthy and
Prosperous New Year to AH .
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MIAMI BEACH CHAPTER
NORTH DADE CHAPTER PESHKIN CHAPTER
SOUTH H0RIDA COUNCIL Of PRESIDENTS
OUR THANKS
Our thanks to the organi-
zations ami reliflooa noilie-
that have seen fit to evt"ntl
greetings > li"~ foliowinu
pases, thus taking cognisance
of the Roah Haahanah edition
of The Jewish Plorldlan.
ft is not the apace uaed tor
which we are grateful, hut the
evidence thus given of their
spirit of appreciation for the
services rendered throughout
the year.
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Friday, September 12, 1969
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Jewish film-makers present racial question

(Continued -n p-;- 7-C)
Fo I 1 .1 ; t It
nath ol V/orl I W i r; ith
:> punches p S Hut"
1 I 59i is a tt i > t t ; [
f the Book, th > H -h *-j of i I
- the onr people who f y jhl -
Romans, not t >; mat*
but to defend their ilig tand
received a record tot*! of 11
Aca lemy Awards ''' recent-
ly, he won the sdtniratlo : of the
critics and movie-gol"? Dublic
for his filmizatlon o" "Funny
Girl," wh'ch won i^; s.k\ the
capricious Barbri Streisand, an
Academy Award.
Such i= the mi" who decided
at the 7C"ith of his cue*r to
make a film ihoit the D*?n
South and its anguish?.! society
of today.
By comparison, A. Ron-'Id
Luhin. who has distinguished
himself with the p~sd"-tion of
"Billv B"rid" and or "The Out-
rage," which starred P-< i! New-
man and Edward G. Robmson,
is a rather young man. After
sen-ins; )r> the k.Ttnv during
World War II, Iw* began his
care r In the Him industrj as .
rk Bill Wild v ::
f rsl Inl >rest < '. in th
mati possibilities of Ford's
i >n h read th vo'um s
as a B i k of the Monti: Club
- I :. in He brought its mth '
and Oscar-winning set
Stirling Silliphant together, and
when they developed a screen-
play, Lubin sought out Wyler,
with whom he had hopvi for
twenty years to make a film.
I first saw Lee J. Cob!) on
Broadway in 1940 a-; the con-
centration camp (scaoee in Er-
nest Hemingway's "The Fifth
Column." Few characterizations
In theatre history have had the
impact upon playgoers of Cobb's
interpretation oi the rolt- of the
tortured Willie Loman in "f>;ath
of a Salesman." He has played
scores of film rolestwo of the
most notable being his assign-
ments in "Twelve Angry Men"
and "On the Waterfront." Now
as Oman Hedgepath. the aristo-
cratic lawyer in the decadent
Southern society of today, Cob'o
-A-
Dr. and Mrs. Barnard Abl
end Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Or. and Mrs. Philip Aijal
and ra>ni!y
wish the relatn es and friends
A Happy and P><> n Year
Mr. and Mrs. RlcSard Adei
i ish lh< re! ItrvC '" r id
A H : ; i '.! Prosp r IU I
Mr. and Mr> -?:i Abraham
n their rel i and J 'x.d
A Happy and Prospero
Mr. and Mrs. LOO OhOl-ORSOn
and children Banjie, Doona,
and Sana-,'
Irish their relative., and | ienas
A Hippy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. William Agranove
of 3 Island Asianua
wish ihc-.r relatives and friend*
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Leon April
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
has another exacting n le ee -
: -:n to bring hi i p fes
Y tphel K- i i, v ho plays the
> blac youth S mny
B >y M isby in "Th Liberation
of Lord Byron .; >nc c! dm I
l> i "third irem rati n Jew ish
Negro." It is Sonny Bo> Mosbj
who represents the smol lering
menace in the dramatic develop-
ment of author Ford's story of
racial conflict -in a small town.
The characterization is certain
to boost Kotto's stick as an
actor of versatility.
Born in New York and reared
in Harlem, Kotto, wins- father
is African and mother is Pana-
manian, graduated from James
Monroe High School in the
Bronx. He has worked off-
Broadway an^ Hollywood In the
stage production of "The Zulu i
and the Zayda." His stage ca-
reer will reach a peak after the j
completion of "The Liberation
Of Ird Byron Jones." when he
goes into the current Broadway
Show, 'The Great White Hope."
-B-
-B-
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Charles
Bcrkowitz and ch:!<>en
1
\s
A H,f. i. Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Berlin
and Family
wish tl : latives and friends
A Hjpp\ and Prosperous \ew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Berman
wish iheii relatives .ud (r-.ends
A Happi and Pi er us New Tear
Mr. and y.'s. Laroy Borsfst
and Fi l
t. f
A H.:, w Year
Mr. and Mrs. Barney Bernstein
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Harpv and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Florence Bernstein
and family
Wishes lier relative* and friends
A Happy and Piosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. George Bernstein
and Family
wish their relatives and fr-end.s
A Happy J>:J Prosperous New Tear
-A-
-B-
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Apte,
Marvin, Joyce, Stuart and
Bernice and grandsons,
Bobby and Stevie
wish 'c.r '^!,itii ts and friends
A Hjpp: i-.d Prosrerous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Apte
Wish I I til es and t"
A Hi.--. \'ew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Arkin
and children Michael and Susan
i: their '.::- es and j tndj
A Hap and Pi N"'' 1 '-,
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Aronoff
and son Robert
wi theii .:' i I friendl
A Hdpps ..: Pi >us New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Aronoviti,
Elaine, Tod and Karen
wish their relatwes a':J friends
A H.ir- .: i Prosperous New Year
nrs. Florence AHurts omt Ifjaii'y
wish (heir relatives and friends
A Happy ^nd Prosperous Ken Year
Mr. ond Mrs. Jasa AltflNM aia family
wish their relatiues and fn.'nds
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mr*. !>>>'< V-nw
and (Family
ui.sh their fnends and relatives
A Happy and Prosperous New TeaT
Dr. and Mrs. Donald Airman
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy ond Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Altshuler
and Family
o 2120 SW 19th Tarraca
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
MR. SOtOMQN AMtSHSJ)
wishes his relatives and friends
A Hippy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Appalbaum
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous N'w Tear
Em| and Edward Avedon,
Arnold, Janie, Debbie
Wendy, Kim and Gregg
wish their relatives ana friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Avin*
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperou< New Tear
Dr.. and Mrs. Morten M Axltr
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
-B-
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Badane*
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happ:- and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bailey
and sons
wish their friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. George Baltuch
and sons Marshall and Harris
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Baron
and daughters, Randi and Wendy
wsh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Mayer A. Baskin
and family
wish their friends
A Happy New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Beckerman,
Sheldon and David
wish their reloln es nd friends
A Hfppy ant Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Moises Bchar
and Family
wish their reli I friends
A Happ\ and P Hew Year
Dr. and Mrs. Sevivour 1. Briser
and Family
wish their refatti
A Happ\ and P \ Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Bernstein
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Harpv and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Yolanda F. Bernstein
and son Arnold
u~'.- their relatives and friends
A II ippy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beyer
and Family
wish then relaiues and friends
A Happy and Pr i pei -us New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Bienenfeld
and daughter Harriet and
Mr. end Mrs. Jerome Bienenfeld,
Howard. Lenore art Robin
uis and friendi
A II..- P llll \: u 1
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Bellack
and children Danny and Sandy
of 1055 N.E. 171st Terrace
Ullh file;' r, Ii inls
A Happv and P \" Tea
Mr. and Mrs. Horace Belin
and Family
wish their relatives a<,J friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bur-jit
and daughter Miss Audrey Borok,
^.r. and Mrs. Arnold Borok
and sons Andrar Joseph
and Harold Mart -
uisfi their relatives and friends
A Happy a'.d Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. William K. Baros
and children Phyllis, Andraw,
Bruce and "Schoan"
wish their -elatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Nithan 3 >I :'<
w.sh their friends
A Happy New TeaT
Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Bott
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Pro:perous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. M. W IwMMrl
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Jack H. Brjnnar
daughter Michelle and son Ja*tny
wish their relatives and f'iends
A Happy a :j Prosperous New Tear
Mr. Rober* Brnrrtr
and family
wish their relatives and friends
AH1\ jus New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sarr T, Brenrtur,
Tarrar end Oran
u ish .-.ii f iends
A Hap w Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bill
and Family
,-,. i:i i and frii nds
I Pi \ : Tear
Mr. and Mrs. David Bended
and Family
wishes her friends and relatives
A Happy and P^osptroiis New Tear
Mr. Irving Billig
and f?mily
and friends
A IL.rr: and i:' >pei ius New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. A. Harold Binder
and family
wis lain es dnJ friends
A Hcpr^ j Mr. and Mrs. r/iiliam I BrttilW
wis itives and foe
A Happ Tear
Mr. and M-s. Jamas Bras i-
and family
wi ih their rial es t I i tnis
A Hd"r\ t Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Herman '.. Bratan,
' Barbara, Nei Janice and Charles
wish the:' -res and friends
: A Happ\ and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Berger
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. B. I. Binder
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A IL-r: : .r Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Berger
and family of the
Imperial House
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Blank
and Fo.-nily
u ish .....res and friends
A Hupp, snd Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Berger
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Blate
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brickman
and Fsmily
wish their stives and friends
A Hipp: and Prosperous New Tear
Judge and Mrs. Mayor Brilliant
and children Cynthia and ioni
of 5835 SW. SOth Tarraca
wish th;:r -elatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bergar
and son, Scott
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Fred Bergman
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. Harry Bergman
and Family of
811 Jefferson Ave., Miami Beach
wtsh their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Block
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happj and Prosperous Hew "I ear
Dr. and Mrs. Henry Blum and Family
wish their friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Yetta Bodenstein
and Family
wish then relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bergman
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bedin
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New TeaT
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Berke,
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Breaks
and daughters Melinda Anne,
Cynthia Sue and Maridith Ivy
Wish then relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New "J ear
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Broder
and son Lawrence E. Brodar
wish tf: eir relatives and friends
A Hjppy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Morris i ->i iU .
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Yea*
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Brooks
wish their friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mrs. Lilyan Brotman
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Gaorgs Burnay
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy a>-.d Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Burstein
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
[ A Happy and Prosperous New Tear


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*Jen ist WcrSdliaiin
Friday, September 12, 1963
?wan
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Mr. and Mrs. Edward Camner
and children Howard,
Cathy and Carol
Wish their relatives and friend*
A Happy and Prosperous Sew Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Cantor
and Family of
14101 N.W. 3rd Avenue
with their relatives and friends
- Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Carman
and Family
wish their relatives and friend*
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur D. Deckelman
and family
wish their relative! and frienas
A Happy and Prosperous. .New Year
Mr. and Mrs. William Carmel
and children, Jerry, Linda,
Mr. and Mrs. Allan Carmel, and
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Krakow
and David Alan
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy aitii Prosperous Hew Year
HAIMAN and FAITH CLEIN and BUFFY
wish their relatives and friends
*t Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear;
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cavell
and family
wish rheir relatives and friends
A Happ\ a.id Prosperous Hew Year
"fAr. and Mrs. Jules P. Channing,
and family
dish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Chernev
and Family
Wish '.he:r relatives and friends
A Harry and Prosperous He <' Year
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ciment
of 800 West Ave., Miami Beach
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Councilman and Mrs.
Norman Ciment
and family
wish rheir relatives and friends
A Harry and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Normon Cohan
end Family
wish their relatives and friends
' Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. Louis De Coveny
wishes all of his friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew fear
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Delnick
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Harry and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Demsky
and family
uiish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Henry R. Diamond
and Sons
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
~Mr. and Mrs. Jack Diamond
and Family
with their relatives and friend*
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. nd Mrs. Robert Diamond
and daughter, Lisa Karen
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Year
~Mr.cmd Mrs. William Dickmon
and San
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
iMr. and Mrs. William Diekson
and daughter Diane
With rlieir relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Myren Ditkstein
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Donin
and Fomily
Wish tlieir relatives and friends
A HapP- and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Harry I. Cohen
and Children
of 950 N.E. 156th Terrace
.li iheir relatives and friends
A Hurry and Prosperous. Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Harris Cohen
and children Pamela, Jeffrey
and Ann Shira
wish their relatives and friends
H..;v and Ptosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Isidore I. Cohen
and family
wish rheir relatives and friends
A Harry and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Dorson
and family
Wish their relatives and friend'
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dranow
and children Linda, Cara Lit*,
Jeffrey and Risa
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Drell
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Judge and Mrs. Albert Dubbin
and Family
Wish their relatives und friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Dubbin
und Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis F. Cohen
and daughter Dianne
tri-h rheir relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \'eie Year
Mr. and Mrs. Ele Duberstein
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. an Mrs. Harold '-. Dunsky
wish their relatives and friends
A Harry and Prosperous .\eic Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Cohen
wish rheir relatives and friends
' If.., r: and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Louis G. Cohen
of 801 88th St., Miami Beach
wish their friends
A Hart'' and Prosperous Hew Year
Mrs. Joseph Duntov
wishes her friends
A Happy and Prosperous Men- Year
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Mr. and Mrs. Peter Cohen
and Family
li th their relatives and friends
A Happ. and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Mylts Eaton
and Family
Irish their relumes and friends
A Harry and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Barry Covin
wish he-r relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Crystle
wish their relatives and friend*
A Happv and Prosperous Neil' Year
JUDGE and MRS. SIDNEY EFRONSON
and their children Beth Loren
and Leon David
with their relatives and friends
A Harpy and Prosperous Hew Year
The Meaning Of Rosh Hashanah
a
a
daisin.
By RABBI LEO JUNG
(Rabbi Jung, distinguished Orthodox rabbi
nd scholar, is the editor of The Jewish Library.
23-volume series covering a!! aspects of Ju-
The following is an excerpt from the
first Volume. Faith by special arrangement
with Soncino Press, publisher, of the teries.)
BOSH HASHANAH, the Jewish New
Year, falls on the first day of the
month of Tishri. It is devoted to a re-
examination of our life, of our moral
balance from the past year, and a return
to the Jewish principles which should
guide our conduct in the new year. Asso-
ciated with it is the Shofar (the ram's
horn). As in the wilderness, where it was
sounded to our forefathers, it calls upon
us to assemble before God, to hearken to
His commandments, and to decide upon
the new way, the direction of which is
indicated by His Torch in the ark of the
Covenant.
On all holy days, at the end of the
Musaf service, the priests (Cohanim)
ascend the Ark to pronounce the blessing
over the congregation. They do not bless
Israel; they act as the mouthpiece of the
Lord. It is a duty rather than a privilege
for them to pronounce these words of the
Torah, and it is obligatory upon every
Cchen (descendant of Aaron, the High
Priest) above the age of Bar Mitzvah who
is present to take part in the service of
the priests. The congregation stands
with heads bowed during that service
realizing that the blessing comes from
God and not from the Cohanim who re-
cite it.
On the third of Tishri, Tsom (the fast
of) Gedalyah, we recall the murder of
Gedalyah, Governor of Jerusalem.
yOM KIPPUR, on the tenth day of Tishri.
is the day on which we are to make
our peace with God and man. Our sins
have a twofold conseguence. They in-
volve punishment for us and they degrade
our souls. They may come from unfair
treatment of our fellowman or from neg-
ligence in performing our duties towards
God. On this day we fast from sunset to
sunset and afflict ourselves on account of
our sins. We must make our peace with
man before we can approach God for his
pardon. We must undo every wrong we
have done, and restore anything of which
(Continued on PaSJA l.V<>
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Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Emmer
and Family of
100 S.W. 30th Road, Miami
With their re!ar::e< and friends
A Happ) and Prosperous Hew "iear
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Emmer
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Harr^-' and Prosperous \t!<' Year
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Mr. and Mrs. Max P. Feld
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Harry and Prosperous Heu
-F-
Year
Mr. and Mrs. Lowell D. Fisher,
Allison Pam and Seth David
Wish liieir relatives and friends
A Harr'- and Pr.-sperous \\v Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Enerfeld
and Family
wish their relatives und friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Year
Dr. and Mrs. Lester Epstein
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mrs. Bessie Feldan,
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Feldan
and children Mr. and Mrs.
David E. Goodman and sons
Herbert Michael and Adam Joseph
wish their relatives and friends
A Hapr>' and Prosperous Hen Year
Mr. and Mrs. G. Feldenkreis
and Family
With their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Marshall and Eve Fisher
and daughter Jill
with their relatives and fr i
A Harps and Prosperous Hew Test
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Fisher
of 5225 Collins Avenue
wish tlieir relatives and fr tnas
A Har?^ and Prosperous W< Vest
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard A. Epter
and children Wendy and Richard
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Isidor Feldman
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew
Year
Mr. and Mrs Morris Fisher
of 2237 S.W. 3rd Street
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy a id Prosperous Neil Teat
Hazel and Ben Essen
with their relatives und friends
A Harr'.' and Prosperous \ew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew G. Ertinger
and children David Harry,
Daniel Leon and Phylis Yetta
Wish their relatives and friends
A Harry and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Feldman
and family
Irish their relatives and friend.
A Harr^- and Prosperous Hew Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Feldman
and Children
u ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Evelev
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. John Feller
and Family
wish their relul <- and friends
A Harry and Prosperous Hew Year
-
Mr. and Mrs. Max Fishman
and Family
wish tlieir relatives and friends
A Haprs and Prosperous \.< 1 ear
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fistel,
Naomi, Jeffrey, Charles,
Louis, and Benjamin
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous \Va Teat
Mrs. Meyer (Mike) Fo.er
and children Henry, Minna Lea,
Joseph, Debbie, Jack and Michae'
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Nm Ye.ii
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Judge and Mrs. Jack A. Falk
and Family
wish their relatives und friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Falick
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
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Dr. and Mrs. Maxwell Dauer
and son Edward
With tlieir relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
. Dr. Cell* P. Davis
Wishes her relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. David Egoii
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prospeious New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Falk
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fanelli
and family
With their relatives and friends
A Happy and Piosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Merton R. Fellman
and children, Barry, Shell, lesli
and Seth
wish their friends und relatives
A Happy and Prosperous New Yeai
Hew Teat
Mrs. Reba Field
uishes her relatives and friend
A Happy and Prosperous
Mr. and Mrs. Max Fierman
and family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Jack and Helen Filasof
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy an! Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Frankel
and Family
wish their relatives and I' t tds
A Happy and Prosperous New Yea'
Herb and Dorothy Freedman
of 12900 Ixora Circle, Keystone Pt.
with their relatives and friends
A Happy an.I Prosperous New Yea'
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Freeman
and Family
i. ith their relatives ami friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew ^''
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Faske
With their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Einleger
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs, Abe Elsenberg
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. end Mrs. Herbert Ellis
nd Family
With their relatives and friends
Cantor and Mrs. Hyman Fein
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Feinstein
and Family
with their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Feinstock
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
Mr. Joseph M. Fine
,u Mies his relatives and friends
A Harpy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack M. Fink
and daughter Carla Jane
Wish their relatives and friends
A Hapry and Prosperous NeU" Year
Richard Fink
Irishes hit relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. J. Maurice Finkel
and children Marcia, Elliott
and Seth
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Finkelstein
and Family
wish tlieir relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron E. Freilieh
wish their relatives and Ji ends
A Happy and Prosperous V ''-'
Mr. and Mrs. Mortimer Fried
and children Scott, Mark
and Diane
wish ihei relatives and fr>e
A Harry and Prosperous Hew ").-'
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Fried
and Family
with their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New TeV
it*
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. \
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Friedman
and family
Wish their relatives und fr ends
A Happy and Prosperous X > ttm
Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Friedman
and daughter Donna
wish their relatives and P*"?
A Hupp> and Prosperous \'< <' Tern
11 .


Friday. September 12. 1989
9>Jmisii fftrfdiann
Paqe 11-C
By RABr.I SAMUEL I. FOX
IVh) In the Jewish New Year
festival of K"vh Iliishiumh
scheduled in the Fall of the
year, when the Bible counts
tlu> months from the Spring
month of NLsan (the month of
Passover'.'
Basically, the Jewish tradition
concentrates cm two historic oc-
r.'sions. One is the creation of

K>
\
the world, the other is the Ex-
odus from Egypt.
The creation of the world, ac-
cordlng to one of the rabbinic
authorities, took place in the
Kail. The Exodus from Kccypt, as
we know from our observances
of the Passover, took place in
the Spring. Therefore, both of
these limes of the year are
marked with special holidays.
since they arc such important
focal points in the Jewish tradi-
tion.
The New Year Festival, which
contains a universal clement
isince it prays for the peace and
welfare of the entire world) is
said by some of the commen-
tators to take place in the Kail
since thi' world was then cre-
ated and tlvs world of ours is a
world for all mankind.
The Exodus in the Spring was
an event especially significant
to tin" Jewish people since its
very existence as a people start-
ed with this event. The Kail
month of Tishri had additional
significance for a number of
other reasons. King Solomon
used this period as a time for
dedicating the Temple he built.
It was the time of the great
gathering (Hakhell at which
the Kins would read the Toratl
in the people. iDeut. 31:12).
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Mr. and Mrs. Morton Goudiss
and Family
trish then relalix'es and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear i
Dr. and Mrs. George A. Graham
and sons Michael, lee and Jon
wish their relative's and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \. ic Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack I. Green
and children Linda and Bobby
irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous1 Hew Tear
Harriet and Milt Green
and children Bunny and Dennis
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Barbara Greenberg
and family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy .old Prosperous N'rw Tear
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G-
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Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Friedman
:.i-li theft relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mrs. Samuel A. Frommer
wishes her relatives and friends
A '... and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Mark Fuchs
end children, Robin and Douglas
and Pciul David
:ii.' res and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Furman
and Family
u lieir n lath es and I:. nds
A P .'.(.V ..- Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Genet
and Family
frith their relatives and friends
A Happy iil Prosperous Hew Year
Judge and Mrs. Charles Gertler
and Family
wish their relatives a frit nefs
A Hdppy and Prosperous Hew Year
G-
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gewitz
and Son
Irish their relatires and friends
A H and Prosperous \.w I
Mrs. Bessie Gibber
and family
with thei 'N
A II- \'"' Teat
Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Gilbert
and Family
with thei and
A Happy and Prospt -ous Hew Ten'
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gabriel
nd children Alan, Geri Beth
and Ellen
trish thi es and f mds
A Happy and Piosperous H.ew Teat
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gadon
and children Benjamin,
Rebecca and Sara
jtii fs and t ends
A Ha and Pio perous KJeu 1 ear
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Galbut
and family
In '.- es and friends
AH ..: Prosperous Mew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Efraim Gale
and Michael
u then relatives and friends
.'. ri Ptospetous Hew Year
Dr. and Mrs. Philip J. Galitz
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Galkin
and Family
u ish their relatives and friends
A Happ) and Prosperous Hew ") ear
Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph C. Garber
and son Jordan
frith their relatives and friend*
A Happy ami Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Gardner
and family
Irish their relatives and friends
A l\ ;. ami Prosperous Hew Year
Mrs. Rose Garth
- wishes her relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Teat
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Geartner
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
lA Happy ami Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gelvan
M isl their tlft'Tf* dnd friends
'A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gilbert
wish (heir rldtii i i ids
A Hdppy and Pn .-. is New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Giller
and Family
Irish their < latu es : 'ii
A Happ; and Prosperous Hew 1
Mr. and Mrs. Zelick Gimelstein
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Protpi k New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Girson
and Family
trish t ii t-1 r 'i nds
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
MRS. SAMUEL GITLEN and FAMILY
wish their eiatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Abraham J. Gittelson
and children, Ora, Moshe and Reva
irith iheir flatties and tfiends
A Happy and Prosperous \Vtr Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Paul Glassman
and Family
with their relatii es and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Glasson
and daughters, Ellen and Barbara
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jules Glickstein
and Family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Hal H. Glitt
and children, Alan, lori and Stuart
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Gold
Itr! daughter Melissa
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy a>id PfttpeUI H**t> Year
m7. and Mrs. Burton Goldberg
and Family
unsh their relatival and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Fannie Goldberg
and Family
irish their relative* and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Goldenkoff
and daughters Rachel Jo
and Cindy Lou
wish ihen r Idtii es nd friends
.\ Happy and P asperotts New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Goldfarb
i ): then relative* and friends
A Hi pj P Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Max Goldin
and j nds
AH and P >erous V Tear
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Goldman
and family
: ,-|i th ir c.'..: i es and friends
AH a id Pi nsperoiis Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Goldman
and Family
:, (h r'; =-; reldtu es and riendt
A Hdpj d id Pros| erous Hew 1 ear
Dr. and Mrs. Milton S. Goldman
and daughters Rose and Lynn
irish thi and |
A I! :-; and Pti .. in* \ t far
Judge and Mrs. Phillip Goldman
irith (heir re'dtn rs dad friends
A Happy and Protprr us Hew 1
Mr. Max Goldstein
of 830 Michigan Ave., Miami Beach
wishes iVn |fiends
A H d P Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gompers
and children Sheila, Billy, Henry
and grandsons Jeffrey Scott
and Darren David
of the Brickell Town House
umsIi the i and | ii nds
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Greenhouse
and Family
irish ilicir reldlives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
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Mr. and Mrs. Eleazer L. Greenstein
and family
irish their relative* and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. James Grippo
and family
wish their friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Grossman
and Family
wish then relatives dnd friends
A II n\" ."I*' Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Grove
irith their relatives and friends
A Happ ind Pi ospe ou.i Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin B. Guberman
and. daughters Shelly, Tracy
and Wendy
. la .. .r.'.J friends
A Hi Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Guralnick
and Family
then f< lai cs .. d :
\ Happy, dnd Protpe us V w "I edi
Mr. snd Mrs. Harry Gurrentz
and Family
i.; ret and i ids
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gyson
and Family
irnh thei I I 'iends
A Hdpp; P ipe >ll \rir 1 ear
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel I. Herschfeld
irish their relatii rs and friends
A Happ;.....d P osperous \eu ") e
Cantor and Mrs. Seymour Hinkei
and children, David, Elliott,
Roberta, Jaimee, and Beatrice
trish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew 1
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hirsch
and Family
wish their relatii es and friends
A Hdppy and Prosperous Hew Ye r
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Hirsch
and Family
with their relatives ana friends
A Happy and Protperous Hew Tc
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Holbrook
and sons Allan and Mark
Irish their relatives and friends
A Hdpp; and Prosperous \ew Ye
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Holtzmon
and Family
U'irfi their relatives and friends
A Happy and Protperous Hew Ye
Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Holly
and Family
with their relative* and friends
A Happy ciri.l Prosperous Hew Ye-
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Honigbaum
wish their relative* and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New T.e:r
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Hopen
wish their relatives and friend
A Happy and Prosperous \i-ir "I <
Mr. and Mrs. Richaid J. Horwich
Mitchell, Francine and Ronald
wish their relative* and fiends
A Happy and Prosperous New ~t i
Mr. and Mrs Isidor Horwitz
wish thi '
A Happy and /' otpe -V' "> '
MRS. MAURICE HYMAN
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Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Israelo.v
Ii their relatives and friends
A Happ IP \ew Ye
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Mr. and Mrs. Otto Haengel
and family
lain es and frie i Is
A II Pn p -roiM H "' 1 '
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Hahn
and Family
.....id riends
A Happy and Piospe mis N'U) T
Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey Hallet
ts and frii
A Hap id I' i Hew Year
The Misses
Lillian and Esther Goodman
of 1548 Morton Towers
trish their relatives and friends
A Happj and Prosperous N Mr. and Mrs. Howard Goodsteln
and Family
wish their relatives and friend*
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mrs. Harry Gordon
and Family
with their relative* and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mrs. Herman Gordon
Irishes her relatives and friends
! A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gottesman
and Family
wish ihrir relative* and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Herzl Halperin
and family
wish their friends and relatives
A Happy and Prosp us .\nr Tear
Mr. and Mis. Ralph W. Hankin
and family
wish their relative* and f iends
A Happy and Piosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Harris
and Family
trish their relative* and friend*
A Happy and Prosperous \Vir ear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Jacks
and Sam
I s and '<' '>I%
A Hap \ :'' ">
Mr. and Mrs. Max Jacobson
and children,
Mr. and Mrs. Alan Jacobson, and
Mr. and Mrs. Ronaid Jacobson
wish thi ids
a Happ; P x r .
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Jaret
and children Donald and Eller
i ... ends
A Happy and I' i>.< N 1'
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jurkowitz
and children, Marcy and Warren
i, '<*
A Hdppy and Prosperous Hew T
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Jorysta
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Net" 1 '
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Mr. and Mrs. Max Gottlieb
irith their relative* and friends
A Happy and Prosperous J^eW Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Hecht
and children, Isabelle, Neal,
David and Barbara
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur A. Heine
and Family
uish their relative* and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. A. Helfan
and children Barry and Steven
Wish their relatival and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kaler
and son Bruce
l. :sli their relative* and friends
A H.-ri-y and P osperou* Hew Teoi
Mr. and Mrs. Jack B. Kamin,
Maxine and Stanley
wish their relative* and friends
A Happy and Prosperous N< > 1 '
Mr. and Mrs. Jack J. Kane
and family
uish iJi'ir relatives and frlems
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year


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rOJOn.rOlU !W5 Rosh Hashanah Quiz Box
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Mr.
no Mrs. Devid Kaplan
'' and son, Marshall
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperou' Hew Year
Mr. ane Mrs. Monroe Kaplan
wish their relatives and friends
H Happy and Prosperous Mew fear
Mr. and Mrs. David Kovnat
and children of ,
800 Wast Ava., Miami Beach
With their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Mew Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Hyman Kati
end Family
wish then relatives -id friends
A Hal | \ew Tear
Rev. nr.c' M"$ Jacob D. Kati
anc Faniiy
d friends
A H ip| I ] Xew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Krefeti
and Family of
4735 Orduna Drive
Wish dieir reljlr.es and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Mew Tear
Mr. George Kritier
wishes Irs relatives and friends
A Happy an IP Mew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. E;i Katiin
i- ichuivi and friends
A Hapl Hew Tear
Mr. and Mr* Georo* Katzman,
Richard and Susan
wish theit relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosper! us Mew Tear
Mr. end Mrs. M Kaufman
end family
wish the.' relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Mew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Krongold
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Hj,-|'v and !' Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kuppersmith
and family
wish their relatives ond friends
Happy and Prosperous Mew Tear
Mr. Gus Kurland
wishes ill of his fnends
A Happy and Prosperous Mew Tear
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Mr. and Mrs. Murray H. Kaufman
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Xew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Manfred Kawfmann
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Pjosperous Mew Tear
Mr. end Mrs. Murray Kaye
and Family
wish their relatives and friend.'
A Happy and Prosperous Mew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Kaye
end rnieren Carole, Marc,
Barry and 2ichard
tviih their relative! and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Mew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Julian Kurlander
and Family
wish their friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Alexander Kushner
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Xew Tear
In the days of Ezra the new
frovemment was established at
that time, thus this time of the
year was an occasion which com-
meniora'te'ct'trie' redemption of the
people of Israel from the Baby-
lonian Diaspora.
It is Interesting to note that
the reference to the Fall holiday
as Rsh Hashanah was not found
in the Bible until the Rook of
Ezekiel. There is a great deal of
discussion among many critical
schol irs as to why this is so.
The rabbis, however, feel that
the occasion of the Fall ho 11 -
as a period of judgment
back at least to the time of
Moses who ascended the Mo-in-
tain of Sinai on the first day of
Elul to plead for the forgiveness
of his md did not descend
until the ICth day of Tishri,
which is the date of the Day of
Atonement. More emphasis is
placed by the rabbis on the day
of Judgment than on the fact
that a calendar year began on
this day of Rosh Hashanah.
Why are the days between
and including Roth Ilunhanah
and Yom Kippnr referred to
as "Yoroin Norain>" (Day* of
Awe) ?
It seems that the first one
who referred to these days as
such was Rabbi Jacob Molin
i called the "Maharil" I who lived
in the 14th Century and whoso
classic work on Jewish customs
is the most important in undcr-
standing the background of our
presont-day customs and cere-
monies. In that b- thi re ;< a
.; chapter entitled "The
: aws of the Days ol v. d?al-
Sng with the various customs
involved betwei i R h Has i-
nah ai V i KiPP and even
th l inth before Rosh Hasha-
-, 01 course, the expression
D < t Awe" refers to the fact
that R rsh H istiani h s a Day of
..-,-- and :" mankind is
ged for life or death.
It is interesting however, to
-m .... that 1 zra asked the
.. | ., u pi joice on this festival
and not to be frightened or
downcast (Nehemia 8:9-12).
Even in the days of Mishnah,
the holiday still had a character
of happiness, in the days of the
Gaonim the Jews in Israel still
considered it a happy holiday
and included happy verses in the
liturgy which are used in the
joyous festivals of the year. In
the 11th Century, rabMnae opin-
ions appeared which sought to
removf trnse joys of expression
from the Lturgy.
it s no mere coincidence that
this century was th" century of
the firsl jrusade and that the
leared in Germany
thest ci sades took place.
a-,.,- renl y the ev >nt of the
rus casl a glo>my shadow
, th< ' .'.. Euiope.
n the 14th Century
pn B tned Rosh Ha-
- i Yor Kippur as d rp-
. i ms which thi y
': this lay.
iver life and
robab': -fleet tl
,-hich the W ssl >rn i
pe8 .. -,i] in the med i I
I .--. | h many Jewish
ties ni let >\y exti
. | J1 had! the effect of mak-
jng the r< i of the people
..' wi nd er oi not thev were worthy of
the gift ff life -n view of the
mar.y tragic deaths suffered by
the Jewish people throughout
history
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Mr. and Mrs. Irving Kuttler
and family
wish their relatives and friends
Happy and Prosperous Mew Teat
Mr. and Mrs. Adoloh Lepzelter
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New "Year
Mr. and Mrs. Barry Kutun
and family
Wish their relatives end
Happv and Prosperous
friends
Mew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lamer
and family
wish their relative* and friends
A Happv Meu- Tear
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Mt. end Mrs. Alan Kessler
and family
wuh then relatives end friends
A Happy and Prosperous Mew Tear
MM. MOtliE KESSLER
end Family
Wish their trlatives and friends
A Happy and P-.osperous Hew "Year
Mr. end Mrs. Jerome Kimball
uish their relatives
A Happv and Prosperous Mew Tear
Cantor and Mrs.
Ber> Zion Kirschenbaum
jrc* Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Metv Teat
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lampert
and daughters, Deborah and Ruth
Wish their relatives and vend':
A Happv and P IM V'.c Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Langberg
and Family
wish their relatives and friend*
A Happv and P osperous Mew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Moe Langer
and children Sandra, Lester
and Sharon
wish their relative* and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Meu- Tear
Mr. and Mrs Harry Lerner
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy anJ Prosperou* Meiv Teat
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Judge and Mrs. J. David Liebman
and children Laura,
Henry and Rosanna
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Met" Tear
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Mr. one1 Mrs. Hymen Liefcermon
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
Happ: and Prosperous Mew Teat
Mr. and Mrs. Sel H. Leslie,
and Family
wish [heir relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Neu> Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Burton Levey
and Family
wish 'heir relative* and friends
A Happ^ and Prosperous Hew "Year
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Levin
and Family
With their friends
HaPpv and Prosperous Hew "Year
Mrs. Joseph Manischewitx
wuhe* all her friends
Happv and Prosperous Hew
Year
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Marcus
and family
... ': J.c-.i irlatiies and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew T Mr. and Mrs. George Linden
and son Larry
wish their relative* and friend*
A H.ppy and Prosperous Mew Tear
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Mr. and Mrs. Ted J. Lingaton
wish their relatives and friends
A H~p-\ and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. ar.e! Mrs. Julius Margolies
snd family
wish theit
irlatives and friends
A Hart;- and Ptospero-is Met*' Teat
Mr. SWriey Margulies
u his w!ative* and friend*
A HopJ a ..I Prosper Hew
"Year
Cantor and Mrs. William W. Lipson
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Huff, and Prosper) ... Vt" Tejr
Mr. ar,ci Mn. Mac D. Marks
a-^c! Family
... -. lotii r> and friend*
A Happv and Prosperei/- Hew "Year
Mr. end Mrs. Hyman Kirsner
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew "Year
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Kitman
and Family of
1701 S.W. 84th Court
Wish 'heir relatives and friends
A Happv and Proiperous Meif Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Solomon Lanster
and Family
wish their relative* and friends
A Happ> and Prosperou- Mew Tear
Mt. and Mrs. Harold Kitt
ar-*i Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Meu' Teat
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lapin
Amy and Jeffrey
Wish their relative* and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Leader
and family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Men' Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Levin
and Family
wish all their friends
A Happy and Prosperous Metv Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Leo M. Levin
and Family, Jane, Debbie,
Adrienne and Albert
wish then relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Meu> Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lipton,
and Family
IMS': their relatives a-.J friend*
A Happv and Prosperous Hew "Year
Mr. and Mrs. Max Lithman
and sons Jerry, Robert
and Michael
U'ish their relatues and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew "Year
Dr. and Mrr. Aaron Medow
and sons, David, Mark and Stanley
wish their relatives and friends
A Hiirrv ana prosperous Mew Tear
Mr. cmd Mrs, r-orold Mermell
end Family
Wish thru relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Mew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Litman
and family
Wish ::.:ir relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew "Year
Mr. and Mrs. Moses Meyer
anc1 Family
wish theit relative* and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Meu> Tear
Mrs. Ida R. Lear and Family
with their relatives and friend*
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Levin and son
and Mr. and Mrs. Alan Levin
u'ih their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew "Year
Dr. and Mrs. Melvin Klein
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Ptosperous Mew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Lear
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Mew Tear
Mr. ane Mrs. Afcraham Klepach
ant: Family
wish ther relatues and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew "Year
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lee
and Family
U'ish their relatives and frien Is
A Happv and Prosperous Mew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Levine
and sons Jerry and Randy
Wish their relatives and friends
H ippv and Prosperous Meui Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Knobel
and sons Mark and David
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Mew Tear
Mr. end Morris Kogan
one Steeman J.
wish then relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew "Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Lefeourt
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Mew Tear
Mrs. Jean C. Lehman
wishes her friends
A Happv and Pro-permis Mew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Leviton
and Family
wish their relative* and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Meu> Teat
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Levrant
and children Howard and Debbie
Wish their relatives and friends
A Hsppy and Prosperous Mew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Luby, Sr.,
Dr. and Mrs. Julius Waghelstein,
son Stephen, daughters
Shelley and Nancy,
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Luby, Jr.,
daughter Lisa and son Sam III,
Mr. and Mrs. Chester J. Luby,
daughters Cynthia and Jodi
wish rhe.r relatues and friends
A Huppv a-id Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Meyerscn
and daughters Linda and Wendy
icish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperou Hew "Yec
Mr. od Mrs. Joseph Luskin
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
Huppv. and Piosperous H'W "Year\
M-. c --c': Mrs. Owrence Mick en aero
tmd Fomily
Wish thr,t relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Mew Teat
Mr. f.nci Mrs. Ben Miller
and children
Wish then :ela'.ves and friend'
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Tent
Mr. Martin Leibowitz
withe* hi* friends and relatives
A Happy and Prosperous Mew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Levy
U'ish evervbody
A Happy and P.-osperous Mew Tear
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Mr. t*rw Mrs. Howard H. Miller
and children Michael, Ronald,
Sketio, Ge ry, Cen*y and Morcy
With theit relatives and friend*
A Happy and Ptosperous Mew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Mack
and family
wish their relatues and jriends
A Happy and Piosperous Mew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace N. Maar
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew "Year
Mr. ere Mrs. Jerry L. Kopelman
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Mew Tear
Rabbi nnc\ Mrs. Abraham Korf
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy ami Phepc-0B* Mew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert S. Lelchuk
and children Richard and Judith
wish their re'atives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Mew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lelchuk
and son Steven
wish their relative* and friends
A Happy and Prosperous M*"* Tear .
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Lieberman
and daughter, Shira, and son, Joel
wi>h their relatival and friends
A Happy and Piosperous Meu; Tear
Mr. cmd Mrs. Louis Mcgid,
Stacey and Jennifer
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Mew Teat
Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Liebhober
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous M*u> Tear
Dr. end Mrs. Inwin H. Makovsky
and Randy
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Mew "Lear
Mrs. Mary Miller,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kasten
wish their friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew 1 ear
Mrs. Fanny Mirchin
and Family
Wish theh relatives and friend'
A Happv and Prosperous Mew Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Richard R. Miro*
anc! Family
:. .. h thru lelatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew tear
Mr. end Mrs. Latter Miacha*
and family
Wish theit Trlatives and frien,
A Happy and. Prosperous Hew


Friday. September 12, 1969
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ISRAEL is making I hi- ruost of her
limited natural resource- to build
up her economy. The phosphate
mines at Oron. where Hie exploita-
tion of large depoalta was Initiated
with the aid of the proceed! from
the sale of Israel Bomls. are a (food
example. Approximate!) 1,000,000
t">iis of phosphate rucks are mined
cjeh year and processed at the cal-
cination plan' shown here. The
Oron phosphate depoalta are also
exported to supply raw material
for the pew chemical complex at
nearby Arurt, which is now near-
Ipjj completion with part of its
financing being provided through
State of Israel Bonds.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Rand
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A happ: and Prosperous New Year
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Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ratner
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Morton RosenblutH
and children Hal and Cheri
wish t'lejr rpJejfves jiiuj-friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Eva Reece and
Muriel Naurison
Irish their relatives and friends
A I lappy and P \ tear
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Reir.hard
and family
Irish tl '..
A lf.ii d P '.' io Tea*
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Reinhard
and Family
ui i:r relative.' I ] ids
A Happy and Prosperous New I .-
Mr. and Mrs. Cr-ir'es Rosengarten
and family
Irish their relatues and friends
A Happy and Pm'perous New Tear
Cantor and Mrs. Julius Rosenstein
Irish a id frie
A H >us New Tear
Mr. and Mrs S-a- y Poser>sr3'. :<
and Children, Samuel, Jsffrey
a-a Judy
::-'*''- I friend
A I I 1
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Mr. end Mrs. Samuol MenheH
end Family
with the:' relatives and friends
A H.ippv and Prosperous Kjew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Saul J. Morgan
and family
tosh the
-i latives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Morris
and sons Cary and Mark
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
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Dr. and Mrs. S. Nussbaum
and Family
Irish their relatives an i friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
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Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ober
and family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Pearl
and children Michael, Marc,
Celis, Samuel and Max
Irish their relatii'es and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew "fear
Mr. A. Pepper
Irishes his friends and relatives
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
The Bert Reinhardts
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy a-;d Prosperous Hew 1 ecr
Mr. and Mrs. Victor Reiter
and family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mrs. Helen Roserrna!,
A.ar ind Joyce
Irish relatives and friends
A H... P o;is H?w 1 'dr
Dr. and Mrs. M, I. Rosnick
a.-.d Fanrly
Irish their relatives and f'iends
A Happy I Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Reminick
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Chartei tarn
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Yea*
Mr. and. Mrs. Philip Moss,
Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Moss and Hugh
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Adoiph Muskat
end Family
Irish thei relatives and friends
A Happv aid Prosperous Hew Year
Mrs. Cecil Myers
and daughter Hortense
uish their relatives and f'iends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. John Myers of
14950 N.E. 6th Place, North Miami
uish ther relatii'es and f'iends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley C. Myers
and Family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin B. Oppenheim
U'ish all their friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year)
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ornste'm
and family
uish their relatives aid friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. end Mrs. Alej Ostrowsky
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Pepper
and Family
Irish their relatii'es and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Dr. and Mrs. David G. Pinosky
and children Sammy and Susie
trish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Restler
and Daughter
Wish their relatives arid friends
A Happ\ a-id Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Revitz
and family
uish their relatives and friends
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Roth
and family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happv and P>osperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Barrett Rothenberg
and children Larry, Lori and Mark
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Richman
and Family
u'ish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Plaks
Wish their relatives ai.d friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Grace and Lee Poliner
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Robbins
and Family
Irish their relatii'es and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. William Roberts
and daughter, Dianne
u'ish their relatues and friends
A }lapp\ and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rothstein
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mrs. Abraham Xevinsky
and family
uish their relatives and friends
A Ha*p\ and Prosperous Hew Year
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Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Pomerance
and Family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
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Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kodborna
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. George Nathanson
and son Arthur
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Padnick
and family
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew 1 ear
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Paige
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Bernie and Grace Pallant,
children and grandchildren
Wish tlieir relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Judge and Mrs. T. R. Nelson
and Family
wish their re.'atn es and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Al Nemets
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew "I car
Mrs. Rose Newman
of 4747 Collins Avenue
wishes her relatii es and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Herman D. Nudelman
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Piosperous New Tear
\
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nusinow
and Family
of Triton Towers
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pardo
and children Michele,
Alissa, Jeffrey and Stevan
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Pascoe
uish their relatives and friends
A Happv n,l Prosperous New Tear
Mr and Mrs. Henry Paul
wish their relatives and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Paul
and family
uish their relatii'es and frisnds
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pechenik
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy r.d Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Howard N. Pelzner
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Powell
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Stanley Pred
and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Newman
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Milford Purcel
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Emanuel Pushkin
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Robinson
and Cathi
wish their relatives and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Rogers
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rube!
and family
trish their relatives and friends
A Happy and P>o-perous Hew Year
Mr. Abe Rubin
and family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jacques Roher
and Far.-ily
uish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Rohm
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Rosa
and Family
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. David Rosen
and children Michael and Larry
U'ish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mrs. Max Rubin
and sons Chuck and Ross
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. George Rudish
wi^h their relatues and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
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Mr. Irving Saal
Wishes his relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. I. Pushkin
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
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Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Rosen
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rosen
of 7711 Miller Drive, Miami
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mrs. Ethel L. Sadowsky
end sen, Albert Raphael
uish their relatives and friends
Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Grand Rabbi and Mrs. I. Rabinowicz
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rosenberg
and sons Jeffrey, Eric,
Adam and Howard
wish their relatii'es and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Raduns
and children
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. S. Sidney Raffel
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mrs. Tina Rosenberg
Irishes all her friends
\ Happy and Pi osperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Rosenblatt
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Rabbi and Mrs. A. Safra
and family
irish the:r relatives and friends
A Happy and Pi osperous New Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Jack Safra and
children Mark, Jan and Steve
wish ;h.e.r relatives and frjends
A Happy and Pi osperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sager
and children JoAnn, Eddie
and Sheldon
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jick Sal'man
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear


Pcge 4-C
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fJenisii ncridtiar
Friday, September 12, 1969
naron.roiu rww?
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Or. and Mrs. Walter G. Sail
and family
in'jfc their relatives-anl friend*
A Happy and iBrosperous New Tear
Mrs. Harriet Salk
and Family
\sh their relatives and friends
Happv ami Piosperous New Yeai
Mr. ami Mrs. Michael H. Salman
and family
.nil their relatives and friend*
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Needs Of Jews Overseas Continue Throughout The Year
A Happ* and Prosperous New Year|
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schoychid
and family
with their lelatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jess* D. Schwartt
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New "l car
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Schwartz
and Family of
5010 S.W. 91st Avenue
wish their relatives ami friends
A Happ.y and Prosperous New tear
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Samach
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous \ew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sanders
and Steve
wish their relatives and friends i
A Hurr> "d Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney M. Sanders
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New "tear
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sandier
and family
r-.l: their relatives ami friend*
A Happy ami Piosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Sandier,
and Andy
sli their relatives and friends
Dr. and Mrs. leois Sehwartiman
and Barnett David
null their relatives and friends
A Harpy ami Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sedlik
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Segal
and Family
wish their relatives a.id friends
A flap)", ami Prosperous .\rw "I far
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Segal
and children Natalie, Janet
and Alan
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Segal
and Family
irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
(Continued from Page t-C)
began just a tew weeks before Rosh Hashanah
last year reached its height before the end of
the year and has declined steadily since then.
In all. some 3,000 Czech Jewish refugees
applied to the Joint Distribution Committee
for assistance during the past year. There are
barely lT.OOd Jews left in that country.
On the plus side in Europe, the needy
Jews of Rumania will add a prayer of thanks-
giving this year for the continued presence
of the Joint Distribution Committee. Expand*
ing its program, which resumed alter an ab-
sence of a number of years, the JDC will
provide sonic measure of help to many thou-
sands of the country's 100.000 Jews.
In France, traditional European haven for
Jewish refugees since the end of World War
II, JDC programs will aid over 54.000 of the
country's Jewish population of over half a
million.
In the countries bordering the Mediter-
ranean and in the Middle East, Jews will in-
tone the Rosh Hashanah prayers in varying
degrees of anxiety and fear. In Egypt over
1,000 Jews succeeded in getting out since the
eiid of the Six-Day War. many of whom were
brought directly to the ship Horn the prison
where they had been held since June. 1967.
Nearly 100 Jews, all ol whom are the heads
of families, still remain in prison. There was
hope earlier this year when some 130 prison-
er were released that all would be freed. But
at least the 130 who were liberated, and 150
members of their families will be able to cele-
brate this Rosh Hashanah, 5730, in Paris.
In Iraq, where some 3,000 Jew* have been
held virtually as hostages since the Six-Day
War hope was revived-by reports- that they
were being allowed to register for emigration.
LetteN came to relatives abroad from Iraqi
Jews which said. "We shall see you in the
summer." Thus far it remains only a hope
only two or three individuals have been al-
lowed to leave the country, and there is no
discernible movement to indicate others will
1m- permitted to follow.
In Israel this year, JDC has created a new
voluntary Association for Development of
Community Services for the Aged. This pro-
gram, initiated by JI">C in cooperation with
Israel voluntary agencies, will provide a grow-
ing network of services for Israel's agedold
settlers as well aa newcomers. Those over 65
years of age in Israel now constitute close to
7 percent of Israel's population. An immediate
goal Ol the Association is the creation of fa-
cilities to care for X.02O infirm aged in Various
ports of Israel. Funds for this will come from
a five-year budget of $8,600,000, half of which
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A Happ\ and Pri perous New Year,
Mr. and Mrs. Norton Segal
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv und Prosperous New Tea'
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Sara
and children, Serena Esther
and Jason Joel
wish '.he;,- relatives and friei ds
.-. Happ\ "d Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. A. Savronsky
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and P/esperotu Nw Yearl
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schachter
and Family
u ish their relatives and friends
A Happv and P osperous New Year
Mr. Oscar B. Schapiro
i-ishea all
A Harr^ and Prosperotes New Yea*
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schatzman
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous .Vic Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Seiden
wish then relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Year '
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Seidle
and family
i ish a!! their friends
A Harpy and Prosperous Heir Yeai
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Seidman
irish their relative* and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seitlin
and Family
IM'sl tl eir relatues and friend1;
erous New Year
A llapps and Pros)
Mr. and Mrs. J. Jerry Schechter
wish din' relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Teat
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Schecter
and family
with tlieir relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Israel Schenkman
and family
I1S4S Euclid Ave.. Miami Beach
Wish their relatives and friend*
A Happy and Prosperous New Yeai
Mrs. Herbert E. Scher
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Harry and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Scbero
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear]
Mr. and Mrs. Morton C. SchiH
and family
Wish tlieir relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. arid Mrs. Phillip SchiH
and children Judi and James
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous N Year
" Rabbi and Mrs. Milton Sehlinsky
of Temple Adath Yeshurun
Wish tlieir friends
A Happy and Prosperous New "I ear
Mr. end Mrs. Ernest Schoemann
and Family
Wish their relative* and friends
A Happv and Prosperous .\eir 1 ear
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schoffman
and family
Wish their relatives and friend'.
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Abe SehonfeW
end Family
With their relative.' and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Xw 1 ear
Dr. and Mrs. Jack Seitlin
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. R. Louis Seitlin
and children Lary and Rebecca
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy a.id Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shapiro
and children, Daniel, Jonathan
and Adam
wish their relatives and friends
A Harry and Prospi vis New Year
Ted and Elaine Shapiro
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Siegel
and Family
of 2825 N.E. 201st Terrace,
Bldg M-113, North Miami Beach
wish their relatives and friends
A Harry and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jock Siegel
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy anJ Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Silberman
wish iheir relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year and ^jUr^n, Charles and Debi
ii ish their relatives and f rien
Rabbi and Mrs. Morris A. Skop
of Temple Shalom, Pompano Beach
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Skup
and sons David and Mark
wish their relatives anJ friends
A Hapr* *"<* Prosperous New Year
Ben and Mimi Smith
and Fomily
wish their relatues end friends
A Harp~- and Prosperous New Year
Mrs. Paul Sobel
and Family
insh their relatives and friends
A Harrs and Prosperous Me"' Year
Mrs. Riebel Solloway
and Benes
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
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Mr. and Mrs. Max Steinf ink
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Nete Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Max R. Silver
and sons David and Ira
and daughter Gail
wish their relatives and friend*
A Happv and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Silver
wish their relatives and friends
A HarP* and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Solo
I children, Charles and Dt
ish their relatives and friend:
A Harry and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Selevan
ltd Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Sepler
and Family
uisli their relatives and friends
A Harry "d Prosperous New Year
Mr. end Mrs. Lewis I. Serbin
and Family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Yeai
Mr. and Mrs. N. John Serbin
and Family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New 1 ear
Mr. and Mrs. David Serns
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Shalom
Wish their relatives and friend*
I A Happ\ and Prosperous Nete Year
Mr. and M'S. Irving Shankin
Wish their relatives avid friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel Shentxis
and Mr. and Mrs. Isidore Shantiis
and Family
i. i.sh their relatives and friends
A Harpy ""d Prosperous New Year
Mr. end Mrs. Abraham Soloway
and family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Yejr
Mr. and Mrs. Ted Silver
end Sen
wish their relatives and friends
A Happs and Prosperous .\'ew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Benedict Silverman
end children Jill and Jonathan
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Silverman
and family
irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Larry Silverstein
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Specter
and Family
Mish then relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Berys Seerfcaci
aae Fomiry
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Piosperous New Year
Mr. end Mrs. David Stahl
end family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
A Hapry and Piosperous New Yeai | "
Mr. end Mrs. George Simon
Mr. and Mrs. Martin SpMka
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. Leo L. Steinman
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold J. Stern
and family
trish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Stepkin
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stevens and
children, Ellen and Leslie
wish their relatues and friends
A Happy and Piosperous New Y0f
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stone
and Family
irish their relatues and friends
A Hart's and Prosperous New Year
Sara and Philip Straus
Wish their friends
A Harry and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Strom
and Family
wish their relatives and friends'
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear-
Mr. and Mrs. William Sturman
and Family
Irish their relatives and friend*
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Svchman
wish their relatives and friend*
A Happy and Piosperous New Year
and family
irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Simonoff and
children Jolie, Diane and Charlie
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sirkin
and Family
trish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sirkin
and Family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew "I ear
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Sklaroff
and daughters
Irish their relatives and friends
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stein
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. end Mrs. Jeseeh R. Stein
end Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Stein
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Steinberg
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Welly Steinberg
and family
wish their relatives and friends
Dr. and Mrs. Jerome Summsrs
and children Vickie and Leslie
wish their relatives and frieudj,
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sure*
and family
irish their relatives and friend.*
A Happy and Piosperous New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Sussman
and daughters Bryna,
Anne and Marcie
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
Mr. Manuel Sussmann
and Family
Irish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous Nete Year
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Swerdlm
and family
Irish their relatives and frieiuls
A Happy and Prosperous Neu> Yejr
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Swerdlin
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
we
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A Happy and Prosperous New Yeari A Happy and Prosperous New Year A Happy and Prosperous New Year


September 12, 19G9
+Jenisti Meridian
Paqe 1
fiic provided by the JDC and the other
|by the local voluntary agencies.
Another milestone which JDC will mark
yoar is the 20th anniversary of its Malben
h-am in Israel. In its 20 years of service,
"-Malben has provided some form of assis-
fo to over 250.000 aged, ill and handicapped
Roomers to Isrnet, one trivints, at a cost of more than $170 million.
assuming; responsibility for those needy
k'COmerg, JDC lifted a heavy burden from
new-born Jewish State, one it was not yet
le to l>ear.
Each year as we look back to see what wo
have done and look ahead to see what still
remains to be done, we offer thanks for our
achievements and ask for guidance to fulfill
the tasks ahead. Now in our 55th year of
service to needy Jews all over the world, we
renew our prayer that the day will come when
tin enslaved will be freed, when p'vd..\yjll be
banished, and our work will be done.
In this spirit, this hope. JDC extends to
all Jews everywhere its Erodings on the eve
of Rush Hashanah 5730.
The Meaning Of Rosh Hashanah
(Continued from Puge 10-C)
have unlawfully deprived our fellow-
[Only after we have righted, so far as
sible, all wrong of which we are guilty,
we approach God and ask for re-at-
lent. Our sins have removed us from
only our genuine repentance for our
and their evil influence upon our
can bring us back to Him so that
we may enter upon the duties of the new
year with renewed purpose, cleansed
hearts and purified minds.
Symbolic of our striuggles are the two
he-goats, which the day's portion of the
law recalls. One of them was given unto
God. It represented the forces in us which
are dedicated to the performance of our
God-given duties. The other was sent into
the wilderness, indicating the harmfulness
of the godless life to human society.
S-
[tee and Sandy Swerdlin
their relatives and friends
and Prosperous Hew "Year
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land Mrs. Harold Tannen
and Family
j their relatives and friends
m and Prosperous Hew Year
Mf. and Mrs. Samuel H. Taran
and family
wish their relatives and friends
rand Prosperous Hew "Year
Mrs. Max Temchin
and Family
tir relatives and friends
Hand Prosperous Hew "Year
Mrs. Harry P. Thai
[ and family
wish tkeir relatives and friends
HapfMand Prosperous Hew Tear
-V-
Mr. and Mrs. Joel J. Vogel
and sons Steven,
Howard and Kenneth
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Year
w-
-w-
Dr. and Mrs. Irving Waldman,
Laurie, Alan, Cory, Jill and Lisa
Wish their relative* and friends
A Happy and Piosperous Hew Year
Mr! and Mrs. William L. Waller,
Roberta and Hal
Irish their relative* and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Piiilip Warshaw
and Family
wish their relative* and friends
A Happy and Prosperous ,\rii' Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Weiss,
of 1050 Sistino Ave.
wish then relative* and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Weiss
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy ami Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Weiss
and Family
U'i*h their relatives and friend*
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weissman
and Family
with their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
rs. Abraham Topol
'l*Mt I: {,:::: is and Jnends
Happy. /' ,.\, \,:c Tear
Mrs. Samuel Traurig
(iviih die;' relative* and friends
Happy i. I \, 1 .:
0nd Mrs. Howard Trim
and Family
latii is and friends
d Prosperous \ev Year
d Mrs. Jules Trop
and Family
r relatives and friend*
I Prosperous Hew Tear
Mrs. Rebecca Wasser
of the Palmer House
tiisiies her friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Weston
and Family
Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. Kramer
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Bonell
ond daughter Erika Amy
Irish their relative* avid friends
A Happ\ and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Wasserman
and Family
wish their relative* and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wcitnci
and Family
Irish thi .....I friends
Mr. and Mrs. Irving L. Wexler
and Family
wish their friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Hy Whitman
and Family
their relatii es and friend*
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear A ,,_,..... flj Prosperous New Year
Mrs. Bernard Tytell
ildren Mark Philip
d Cheryl Sue
r< lative* anil friends
I Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Cye Wechsler
and Family
i 'i their relumes and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Dr. and Mrs. William Wickman
and sons
Wish the:/ relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \'eic Tear
u-
. and Mrs
rs. Reuben Ungar
and family
fish tfleS'r telatives and friends
and Prosperous New Tear
and Nat Urovsky
and family
r relatives and friends
Prosperous Hew Year
V-
[Mrs. Jos* Ventura
es and friends
Pii'sperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Murray B. Weil
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Morton L.
Weinberger and children
Marc, Barrett and Cindy
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wilpon
and children
Michael, Steven, Bruce and Allen
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and P>o*perou* Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wynn
and Family
Wish th.eir relative* and friends
A Harpy and Prosperous \V' Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Leon Weiner
and Family
wish their relative* and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Sew Year
Dr. and Mrs. I. Newton Weinkle
and daughter Romelle
Wish their relative* and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Heiv Year
Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Weinkle
and Family
wish their relative* and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
I Mr*. Alfred Viener
and Family
eir relative* and friend*
and Prosperous Hew Year
I Jose Lis Vltkinas
Lincoln Road
his friends
id Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Sydney L. Weintraub
and Mrs. Isidor Cohen
wish their relatii es an,! friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Weisblatt
and family
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Winick
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Dr. and Mrs. Jack Wolfe
and children, Sharon and Keith
wish their relatives and friends
A H.ippy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mrs. Max Wolfman,
Ernest, Lilli and Children
Claire, Max and Neil, Stanley and
Marilyn.. David and Na-icy
tvish their relatives ami friends
A Happ and P peroiis New Year
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Woolf
and Family
With their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
- w-
Mrs, Ernie Woolfe
and Family
tiish.tkduv. relaln cvjaml. ,(rie*Js
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Y-
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Yacker
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Yaffe
and family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
z-
Mr. and Mrs. Morton B. Zemel,
Joseph Saut, Pamela Tova, j
and Fred David
Wish their relatives and friend*
A ll-ppy *"'1 Prosperous H'W tear
Mr. and Mrs. Moyshe Zilber
and Family
Itn'sh their relatives and friend-
A Happv and Prosperous Hew Ye:*
Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Yaff*
Irish then' relative* and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Dr. and Mrs. Bernard Yesner
and children Alan Jay
and Judith Marcia
wish their relative* and friend*
A Happy and Prosperous \eir Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Burton Young,
David and Franci
uiWi their relatives and friends
A Happy and P.osperous H z-
Dr. and Mrs. Sanford Zahler,
Pamela, Scott, and Jonathan
Wish their relative* and friend*
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. William Zahler
wish their relatives and friends
A Happv and Prosperous \ew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Zalka
Wish '.heir relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. Nathaniel Zalka and Family
Irish their relative* and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Zilbert
and Family
wish their relatives and friends
A Happy aid Prosperous Hew Y:1
Dr. and Mrs. Doran Zinner
and Family
Irish their relative* and friends
A Happy and Prosperous New Te*
Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Zipp
and children Robert, Richard,
Alan, Susan and Paul
icish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Ye
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Zisquit
and family
wish their friends and relative
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Zitner
vi-h their relatives and friend*
A Happv and Prosperous Hew 1 e
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Zlotolow
Wish their relatives and friends
A Happy and Prosperous \ew Ye
Mr. and Mrs. Max Zausner
wish their relative* and friends t
A H.ippy and Prosperous Hew Year
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Zolin
and Family
wish their relative* and friend
A !'.. py and Prosperous New "I t
Mr. and Mrs. David Zuekerman
and family
wish their friends and relatives
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tear
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Zeichner Mr. and Mrs. Meivin Zuekerman
and family and sons
Wish their relatives and friends u;d: their relative* and friends
A Happy and Prosperous Hew Year, A Happy and Prosperous Hew Tea*
$
MAYOR and MRS. JACK BLOCK
AND FAMILY
CITY OF SOUTH MIAMI
A VERY HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
FROM MR. and MRS.
AL OSTROFSKY and FAMILY
OF THE OSTROFSKY'S
Miami Bagel Bakery
1996 N.W. 22nd St., Miami, NE 5-8441
NEW YEAR GREETINGS FROM
BEATRICE LA VERNE
DANCE STUDIO
1017 96th Street Bay Harbor Island
PHONE: UN6-5675


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HOLIDAY
GREETINGS
FROM
Mcyel
Kosher Caterers
PHONE: 945-2505
Holiday Greelings
DON GREENE
PROVISIONS
3595 N.W. 49th STREET
MiAM!, FLA. 635-7503
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO THE
JEWISH COMMUNITY
MR. and MRS.
WILLIAM ATW'LL, JR
Holid ly 3re< lii JS From
SARBEY
Electronics
1933 N.W. 2 Is* Terrace
Miami, F'.O'-da
Holiday Greetings From .
LeBLANC CLEANERS
209-23rd Street
MIAMI BEACH
534-4369
L' Shona Tova Tikesevu
Mr. and Mrs
Jacob
Chernofsky
and children
MEIR, MICHAEL,
BRYNNA, and EVA
Gerald and Felice
P. Schwartz
L'Shona Tova Tikesevu
vJenisfi ffcrfaf/rctr
Fridoy. September 12,
Good Wishes on the New Year
To the Jewish Community
Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Zilbert
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Golden
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Rubin
. HOLIDAY GREETINGS .
To the Jewish Community
GREAT SOUTHERN INTERIORS
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TEMPLE XER TAMlB
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Rabbi President Co*for
MR. and MRS. BEN CUTLER
EXTEND BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR
TO ALL THEIR FRIENDS AND RELATIVES
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Extend Season's Greetings to the Jewih Community!
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"Oe wish Floridian
Miami, Florida, Fiiday, Se:
lember 12, 19S9
Section
j~ederation r^eporis Jo Jhe Ksomntuniti
if
By MILTON WESS
President Greater Miami Jewisl F< .
CPURRED ON by record-shatter.:-.?- gifts,
the 1963 Combined Jewish Appeal-
Israel Emergency Fund campaignfor the
first time in hislcr/smashed ibe S4 mil-
lion mark.
These dollars have bees translated
into services for people. Fc: the Grecter
Miami Jewish Federaticr, is made up cf
peopletop executives and housewives,
businessmen and professionals, scholars
end students, and people who -.vent to
help. And people who want to c/ive to a
common cause.
These dollars have helped the Jewish
community of Greater Miami through its
Federation, to undertake the task of re-
ng 12 Jewish families, some from
behind the Iron Curtain, in Greater Miami.
The Federation coordinated its various
beneficicry cgencies in order to help re-
settle and assist these immigrant farnilie~.
A Moroccan familyhusband, wife and
four childrenhave been resettled with
minimum difficulty. Two Czech brothers,
16 and 19 years old, have been working
this summer; the younger boy is enterinq
school this month, and the older broth?r
will attempt to further his education while
working in the electronics field.
A 23-year-cld men and his 32-year-old
sister are new arrivals from Poland. Both
have had graduate woik in biology; he is
experienced as a researcher, she has done
medical technician work.
A 63-year-old South African rabbi was
relocated here after his family assurt
in a Midwest community fell through.
Clearcnce from the Immigration Depart-
ment for his move to the Greater Miami
area was the main problem here.
Among those 1o he helped by the com-
munity through the Federation in the im-
mediate future ct:-. another Moroccan
family of six, with four children ranging
in age from 10 through i8 years, a bus-
band and wii= Lorn Poland and a 20-year-
old Polish boy with considerable training
.as a pianist.
THE LIST OY r.o:able speakers this year
has been the most distinguished in
Federation historyVice President Hubert
H. Humphrey Sen. Edmund S. Muskie,
Gov. Frank Licht ci Rhode Island Gen.
Schmuel Eyal, Chief of Personnel for Is-
- Armed Forces, Col. Yuri Ycrom,
Israel Air Force Attache in Washington.
D.C., television personality Virginia Gxa-
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SAUSAGE COMPANY
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OF CHiCAGO
VSISHES OUR MANY FRIENDS .

DAVID MANASTER, mf
^i. .4/J Product* Manufactured
I niter Strict I *. '. eminent
lll./ii'i'li.in 11 f l r I llvdo X
Rabbinical Supervision,
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CBS-television's While House cor-
respondent Dan Rather, end a galaxy of
ether Israeli loaders were among those
who have participated in this campaign.
The giant Residence and High-Rise

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M/1T0M WffSS
Preiidtni, Grtoter Miami Jewish Federation
y. Septemhei 12
ise
Jo '7/,c C
omntHnitu
Division, headed by Ben ; --
breakfast, cocktail and dinner ~<
held
--: meetinqj
in more than 200 buildings throughout
Greater Miami. This Divisioi nique -
Dcde County, raised 50 percenl more than
in 1968.
Led by area rabbis, r
and syncgogues b\ \
campaign. A dinner spon
Menorah raised more l
the cempaign. The Building 1
Grr-r-.ter Miami, one of the
sources cf income, under the .
Sa'jl J. Morgan and Stc ;
the fi'.st annual Builders and .-.. ..
Dinner at the Sheraton Four fan!
and raised approximately S
cja'-ief
rr : e
: 'tor
ustry o'
s rr.
ipol
ISS. I
d Trades
3ssadon
),
The Trades and Profetsioi s C
under the leadership ci David B. Fleemai
maintained a torrid pace the: produced :
60 percent increase ever last year. Out
Women's Division, headed by Irs. Sidney
M. Schwartz, set an unprecedented pace
^Ar WE ARE PLEASED
TO ANNOUNCE THE OPENING
OF THE
NATIONAL BANK
OF DAVIE
4150 S.W. 64th AVE., DAVIE. FLA.
AND INVITE YOU
TO USE ITS
SERVICES
LC*~*A ENNE.L
OFFICERS, DIRECTORS* AND STAFF
HENRY D. PS'RY
C -- : I;.-3,
CHARLES LANTZ
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JOHN O. CALVIN
A. C. GAL.L'CC'O V
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JOSEPH FLERI
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HENRY D. PERRY
C- -*- o: Bo'd
A. H. ILUESTONE, M.D.
JOHN O. CALVIN
Jdm O C*J. CawtnK**. Cs'.
A. C. SALLUCCiO. M.D.
?DIRECTORS OF ONE OR MORE OF THE RANKS
IILLIE R. ILL CHARLES W. LANTZ
Rttor President of Banks
DONALD W. HULMES
AHornay JAM" H. MEDLIN
D. M. JORDAN J' K M,diln ** lne-
NANCY LYONS
-AWRENCE G. NUSBAUM
Invajtmants
HENRY D. PERRY, JR., M.D.
CHARLES TA-.O'
WILEY WAlDSE?
Waidre&'i Da'ry
DONALD B. WIUAN0
Donsg'o
ARTHUR R.^WOLF
Triangle Soo Ce-oa'y
\SS NATIONAL BANKS
M'ad>rr* Mai Rexne !n*tm aad Ttitnl Drsoul laasraaca Carporatioai
Haary 0. r-n. Ca^m- nm UanU Ca- W. lawn. hnH.it aU Om C-r WRT HOLLYWOOD Wf-SOOO
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CITIZENS NATIONAL BANKS
Continue to Grow With Sc .'- Rorids
TOTAL ASSETS
Jwne 30. 1963 S21.967909.92
June 30. 1966 $35,437,480.95
June 30, 1969 $78,816,968.32


Fridcy, September 12, 1969
*Jewisti RcridHati
Page 3-D
running an almost unbelievable 100
srcer.t ahead of 1968. The spirit of this
impcign has been unparalleled even in
le historic Israel Emergency Fund Drive
June, 1967. More than 1,000 men, worn-
and young people volunteered their
ie to work in this campaign, without
xy. The success of the campaign in no
lall part belongs to Robert Russell, who
\zved as general chairman of the twin
ives.
?ONDUCTED BY Federation, the central
planning, budgeting and fund-raising
lency for the estimated 200,000 Jews re-
linc in Dade County, the CJA-IEF cam-
lign will provide funds for such organi-
Itions as the Bureau of Jewish Education,
Dmmunity Chaplaincy Services, Hillel-
Jniver.vity of Miami, Jewish Family and
lildren's Service, Jewish Home for the
led, Jewish Vocational Service, Mount
Sinai Hospital, National Council of Jewish
Women's Immigration and Naturalization
MRS. SIDNtY SCHWARTZ
Heads Women's Division
Service, and YM-YWHA of Greater Miami.
Besides helping Israel maintain its so-
cial welfare services, these dollars are
distributed among such groups as Ameri-
can Jewish Committee, American Jewish
Congress, Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith. Jewish War Veterans, United
Hias Service, among many others. Great-
er Miami Jewry has shown signs this year
of achieving maturity.
The Federation provides a nerve cen-
ter through which all the Jewish organiza-
tions in Dade County can act together
to achieve those things for the community
which none of these organizations could
achieve alone.
y WO SURVEYSone on the YM-YWHA,
the other on Jewish Education, have
been completed. The major recommenda-
tions resulting from the "Y" survey have
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Best Wishes For The
Holiday Season
PAUL'S CARPET
WAREHOUSE
31 N.W. 23rd STREET
Phone FR 4-8435
VIASA
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Phone FR 1-6507
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
Wasting
T Your
Insurance
Dollars
DAVE GOODWIN
$1.50 at your paperback
sellers, or $1.71 (incl. tax,
handling) from:
DAVE GOODWIN
P.O. Box 6094
Surf side, Fla. 33154
Best Wishes For a
Happy Holiday From .
F0NTANA
SHOES,
INC.
217 Lincoln Road
Miami Beach
Open 9 A.M. to 10 P.M.
DAILY
r

ROSD bASbANAll
' With the coming of another year,Tw
' we wish you and your loved ones
Uhe greatest of man's blessings' __
a peaceful world in which to enjoy
' health and happiness.
"May you be inscribed for a good year!^'
FLORIDA
POWER & LIGHT
HELPING BUILD FLORIDA >
CO M PA N Y,


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*Jewist flcrkHar
Friday, September 12, 19$
As the Jewish New Year 5730 unfolds
LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK
extends its wishes for a Shonah Tovah,
a year of peace,
happiness and well-being.
LAKESIDE MEMORIAL PARK
AND GARDEN MAUSOLEUM
N.W. 25th Street at 103rd Ave., Miami
8851689
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
IIS CARPET SERVICE. 8721 S.W. 132nd Street, Miami 33156 Phone 238-6690 IXC.
difficult year
ahead for
argentine
Jewry
By ASHF.R MIBASHAN
BUENOS AIRES Not for particularly
"Jewish" reasons but because of a generally
sombre outlook, Argentine Jewry looks ahead
to .i period of growing difficulties.
T.ie wave of disturbances and rebellion
that swept Europe and the United State* .-
1968 seams' to have reached South America
Obviously, this was not a spontaneous devel-
opment but one carefully nurtured and pre-
y timed, as New York's Gov. Nelson
Rockefeller could bear witness. Its sources
ran be traced to intangible frustrations with
tangible n>ots In both Castroite and extreme
Perordst quarters
Any so-called "structural'1 shift to the left
is bound to aff'-ct the middle classes first,
which means most Jews. And any hardening
t > the right unmistakably spells danger to all
J-V.S.
Prom the end of 1958 to mid-July, 1969.
the situation ol Argentine Jewry has been
gi on the ivhole, though there are storm
ds. Anti-Jewish incidents in the classi<
style have diminished :n intensity and fre-
quency. The traditional anti-Semitic groups
in earli r years, have been conspicuous-
ly iuiet recently, though they continu
make use of the prevailing freedom of the
i. is, But anti-Jewish agitation now cornea
from other juarters including the right.
Sit :e the end >f the Six-Day War, anti.
-i ittitudes and agitation, thinly dLs-
guised as anti-Zionist, stem from the left
grrff-w
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l
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MICHAEL J. FRANCO LEONARD L. ABESS
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CITY NATIONAL BANK OF CORAL GABLES
2701 LeJeune Road
ALLAN T. ABESS, JR.
"ratidant
ROBERT M. ALTEMU8
Chmrman ol tha Board
CITY NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI BEACH
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GERALD A. KELLER
Pratident
LEONARD L. ABESS
Chairman ol the Boar*
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Friday, September 12, 1969
V'Jenisfi HuhkMaun
Page 5-D
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both the old and new vark ties. TWs htM posed
a dilemma for many leftist Jews. Renegades
are not new in Jewish history and unfortu-
rwtely self-hatred converts such persons; ir to
enemies of their own people.
Closely coupled with, and sometime* pro-
moted by leftist agitation, is a new front of
anti-Jewish activities sponsored by, among
others, several Arab embassies. A new "ro'.f"
organization, the Argentine-Arab Federal
Council, has succeeded in attracting numerous
university students and professors and work-
ers' groups for whom the Arab "liberation
movement"' has much appeal. This Council,
which is well financed, endeavors to involve
the local Arab community, which traditional-
ly has had friendly relations with the Jewish
population.
The change in anti-Semitic motivation a<-,d
approach has been analyzed in depth by the
responsible Jewish leaders cf the DAI A, the
representative organization of Argentine Jew-
ry. The fluidity of developments requires con-
stant vigilance and planning mians to counter
them. On community matters,, the national
trend is to convert all primary schools into
ifull day cum luncheon institutes. This has
brought pressure to bear on the Jewish school
system (which until now ha* functioned as a
supplement to the national h;;if-day schools!
lor a complete overhaul in order to offer both
an Argentine and a Jewih (Yiddish w He-
brew) curriculum.
GREETINGS
. & R.
SCRAP METAL
PIPE, PLATE &
SCRAP METAL
3177 N.W. N. RIVER DR.
NE 4-2111
A
HAPPY
NEW YEAR
TO ALL
Dr. and Mrs.
Manning J. Rosnick
and Family
Holiday Greetings From
19th HOLE BAR
Where Friends Meet
and Relax
1910S.W. 57th Ave.
Miami, Florida
Phone 667-9130
Holiday Greetings From
BLACKSTONE DRUGS
fOR ALL YOUR DRUGS
850 Washington Ave., M.B.
Phone 534-2275
13610 N.W. 7th AVENUE
Holiday Greetings
^SI-LENT
w(niur
WHOLESALE-RETAIL
MARINE FISH I CORAL
14624 N.W. 7th Avenue
Phone 688-0640
This development requires an enormous
effort, organizational and financial. The
Buenos Aires Jewish Community Council had
to step in with 2.000 full or partial scholar-
ships amounting :o gome $35*600 per month so
that no chiid would miss h Jewish education
for lack of fund*. In addition, to direct help
to the parents, the community supports Jew-
ish primary and secondary schools in Buenos
Aires and environs, att nd.-d by nearly 20 000
children, in the amount of $70 000 monthly.
Three years ago the community established a
hostel for Jewish university students from the
provinces that houses about 90 ttudents.
The Argentina government's relations with
world Jewish organizations and Israel deserve
special mention. According to a good source,
they have been "more than correct." Argen-
tina was one of the countries which voted in
favor of a Jewish non-governmental observer
in the United Nations Economic and Social
Council's human rights committee.
Argentina rejected an Invitation to be part
of the group of three nations which was to
have been sent by ;h" late president of the
I'.N. General Assembly. -Cmilio Arenales Ca-
talan, to investigate the situation of the Arab
population in Ihe territories occupied by Is-
rael. The establishment of that group was
urged by several Arab delegations.
It is also a matter of record that the late
Premier Levi Eshkol was invited to visit Ar-
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1969
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The Weinsteins
EXTEND BEST WISHES TO ALL ON
THIS ROSH HASHONA
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
AND PATRONS
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Costume Jewelry Boutiques
May the new year
be bountiful
and may you enjoy
a goodly measure of happiness,
peace and prosperity
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Washington
Despite continued conflict in
the Middle East, a change of
administrations in the United
States, and the rise of anti-war
sentiment among the American
people, Israeli-American rela-
tions have progressed during the
last year.
The United States was in the
midst of a frantic election cam-
paign at this time last year.
Both candidates, Democrat Hu-
bert II. Humphrey and Republi-
can Richard M. Ni\n. espoused
:i strong pro-Israel policy. Gen.
Yitzhak Rabin, Israel's Am-
bassador t<> the United Stat. -
u;is invited to both presidential
conventions as a diplomatic ob-
server.
The government of Israel
maintained a strictly non-
partisan attitude toward the
American election. A major is-
sue was the Israel] request for
permission to purchase 50 F-l
Phantom jet fighter-bombers to
balance MIG-21's provided by
the Soviet Union to Egypt, Iraq
and Syria in great numbers. Is-
rael's traditional source of mili-
tary jets France refused to
honor contracts with Israel M.
ing to pro-Arab chang ~ ,,.
French policy.
The late Prime Minister Lnj
Kshkol received a pledge from
former President Lyndi i;
Johnson when he was a
at the I.BJ Ranch in Tex
January, 196S. The commi
was for the sale of the .".0 Pha
toms to Israel. I'.ut final ci
was nol given until Dccem .
1968, following tin- > lectii
In an address before a
B'rlth convention when hi vvj -
campaigning lasl Fall.
dent Nixon .-.iid he would li
the balance of powi r" i- -
Middli Fas) to favor Israi H
i. asoning was that this .
di ter aggression. Ait' r b
ing office, Mr. Nixon mo\ i)
implement the j< 1 tiansai
During the last week of July,
a group of Israi ii pilots
pleted training n .
at Gconjo Air Force I.a- in
California. Israeli Air ; nri'
mechanics and technicians were
receiving training here on ",ain-
tc name. Delivery of the P'tan-
Holiday Greetings From
MIAMI BEAUTY
SALON
4714 W. Flagler
Miami, Florida
Phone 443-4150
TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
BEST WISHES FOR A JOYOUS NEW YEAR
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IMPORTERS OF SPANISH & ISRAELI GIFTS & DECORATION
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Friday, September 12, 1969
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toms was t begin by the end
of the > bi
President Nixon began his
Administration by describing
the Arab-Israel issue as a "time
bomb" that was about to ex-
plode. His inTsonal emissary.
fanner Cov. William Scranton
of Pennsylvania, had visited the
area. Mr. Scranton urged a new,
''evt n-handed" approach.
Jt became apparent that Pres-
ident Nixon actively sought a
breakthrough in the Arab-Israeli
impasse. H'- favored "Big Four"
talk! under United Nations aus-
pices. The talks Included the
Vnited Slates. France. Britain
and the Sovli t Union. But the
President pledged that any set-
tlement achieved must be agree-
able to th<> parties directly con-
cerned Israi 1 and the Arab
states.
Painfully aware that two of
the big powers. France and Rus-
sia, were biased, and a third.
Britain, was concerned mainly
with her own interest in reopen-
ing the Sue?: Canal, Israel did
not welcome the talks.
The Arab states escalated the
level of violence to panic the
major powers when the talks
continued month after month
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t
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DuPont Plaza
Travel Service
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Raffel
Extends To All A Most
Happy New Year and
Good Wishes To All
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Miami, Florida
Holiday Greetings
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North Miami
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FROM
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Phone 531-0592

with no real progn ss. Moscow
made it clear that nothing short
of unilateral Israeli withdrawal
was acceptable. The talks seem-
to be a "give and take" arrange-
ment only in the sense that Is-
rael was supposed to give while
the Arabs would take.
Israel insisted thai nothing less
than a real peace settlement, ne-
gotiated and signed by the Arabs
and Israel, was acceptable. Such
a settlement would involve de-
fensible new boundaries. It
would not be a return to the
situation thai existed prior to
the Six-Day War of June, 19(17.
The four-nation talks made
so little progress that an effort
was made by Washington to
achieve movement through bi-
lateral talks with Moscow. Sec-
retary of State William P.
Rogers maintained that the gap
was "narrowed" alter many ses-
sions. But Israelis feared that
the gap was narrowed only inso-
far as Washington, rather than
Moscow, had made concessions.
These concessions, of course,
would be at Israel's expense.
During the summer, the White
House announced that Israeli
Prime Minister Golda Meir
would again dramatize to the
President the earlier Israeli in-
sistence on a real peace.
However, the rigidity of the
Russians in the bilateral talks
and their uncompromising ad-
vocacy of tilt ir Arab clients dis-
illusioned U.S. hopes for an easy
settlement. No longer did the
State Department or the Presi-
dent panic every time the Arabs
sought to impose a new crisis to
obtain an imposed Israeli with-
drawal.
Even if Israel withdrew from
all territories they now hold, the
Arabs would still have a double-
edged sword of Damocles dangl-
ing over the Jewish state. The
agreement advocated by Cairo
and Moscow would permit Arab
"refugees" to enter Israel any
time they chose. The Suez Canal
could be closed any time the
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Friday, September 12, lggg
New Year Greetings To The Entire Jewish Community
Mimosa Apartments
4747 Collins Ave. Miami Beach
PHONE 532-6411
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO 'ALL
SHELBORNE HOTEL
1801 COLLINS AVENUE MIAMI BEACH
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
pkomi:.\aim: hotel
2477 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Telephone 538-5721
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FltOM .
ALBION HOTEL
1650 James Avenue, Miami Beach 534-2901
A Hcropy Holidcy to All Our Friends and Customers
TRAVELERS HOTEL & RESTAURANT
888-0433
4767 N.W. 36th Street
Miami Springs
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
DELMONICO RETIREMENT HOTEL
6393 Collins Avenue
ANDREA HOTEL
6393 Collins Avenue
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL FROM
CATALiNA HOTEL
DORSET HOTEL
1732 Collins Ave
1720 Collins Ave.
LARRY FRIEDMAN
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
BEACHCOMBER RESORT MOTEL
Fully Air-Condlriored # Free Cont;:-er>tal Breakfast for Guests
Wl 5-6511 Oc-ian at 18?th, Miami Beach
PRiXCESS ANN HOTEM.
920 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 534-2196
Extends Holiday Grse;mgs to All
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
REL-AIRE HOTEL
6515 COLLINS AVENUE Ph. 866-6511
MR. AND MRS. JACK BROWN and FAMILY
NEW YEAR GREETINGS FROM .
SHERRY FRO.VI 'EX AC HOTEL
6565 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 866-7711
StA-BROOK RESORT
MOTEL & APTS
9401 Collins Avenue, Surfside
Miami Beach 866-5446
THE GOPMAN FAMILY ..
SAN JUAN HOTEL
WISH ALL THEIR FRIENDS A HAPPY NEW YEAR
1680 Collins Avenue Miami Beacn
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of Miami Beach
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Happy New Year Greetings
THE
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1433 N.E. Miami Place
At. GOTLIEB
Phon< 377-9302
HAPPY NEW YEAR
All Our Fr.ends
WEBSTER HOTEL
1220 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI tJEACH
Phone: 534-4628
MR. and MRS.
ISIDORE IRA BLITT
CYNTHIA
MR. and MRS.
STUART BOTWINIK
and
MR. WILLIAN
WHITEHORN
Wish Their Relatives
and Friends
A Happy New Year
fcctPB
May fhtNi
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norm.
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
1920! Collins Av.srrue
Priori 949-146!
PAUL HQCHE!SE!Sr
Genera! Manager
I i lin i KMavmsssstfaBsssi
HOLIDAY GfiEEIuVGS FROM .
HELEN! RESIDENTIAL HOTEL & APTS.
1030 !5th Street, Miami Beach
Phone: 533-0534
HOL.DAY GREETINGS FROM .
FOl XTAIXHEAD MOTEL
16001 COLLINS AVENUE, MIAMI BEACH
PHONE: Wl 7-2684
SINCERE BEST WISHES
FOR JOYOUS
HOLIDAYS
SAGAMORE
HOTEL
1671 Collins Ave.
JE 8-7211
Jack Muravchick
Mr. and Mrs. ceoti Kaplan
Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Brichman
Karen, Patti and Kenneth
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin M.
Ginsburg
lynn Elaine and Susan Jiil
Mi. and Mrs. Stan'ey Kaplan
wish their relatives
and friends
A Happy New Year


Friday, September 12, 1969
* Jewish ftoridlii&r
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ear
NiWiirbe one of Health
PpMmr You and Yours
Una
BLUE WATERS HOTEL
74th STREET ON THE OCEAN
Phone UN 6-6231
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL FROM
BAY HARBOR HOTEL
9660 E. BAY HARBOR DR.
Adjoining Post & Paddock Restaurant, Bay Har.bor
GREETINGS TO ALL
ANCHOR HOI IT
1587 Washington Ave. 531-03JP
HERMAN and ESTHER SCHWARTZ
> :
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sor Very Special Occasions.
IPLOMAT
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HOLLVWOOD-BY-THE-3EA
itlin
company
INSURAINCiH
i phone 3tj 7555
99a s.w. -r street
miami, florida 33-33
I
A Year of
Happiness
to Everyone
V
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sam semax
f. louht seitlirt
dan karris
harry kaplan
0
fannie levkc
antliony lane
m. Stephen jaekman
arlhuT jacon&Us
id prosperous
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MIAMI BEACH
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
BARCLAY PLAZA HOTEL & APTS
1949 Washington Avenue,, Miami Beach
HARRY STERN and FAMILY, Owner-Manager
Phone JE 1-5577
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
COLONIAL INN
947-4571
18101 Coliins Avenue ON THE OCEAN
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
SIFBICOMBUt HOTEL
1717 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone: 538-7511
OASIS MOTEL & APTS.
6530 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE
MIAMI BEACH
STEVAN GOLDBERG
UN 5-9875
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
CARILLON HOTEL
OCEANFRONT AT 68rh STREET
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 865-7561
New Year Greetings to The Entire Jewish Community
CHARLES HOTEL
1475 COLLINS AVENUE JE 1-6711
MIAMI BEACH
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
ATTACHE MOTEL
2711 SOUTH OCEAN DRIVE
HOLLYWOOD, FLORIDA
Phone 945-6942
HAPPY NEW YEAR AND BEST WISHES
SUKfSIDi PLAZA HOTEL
2457 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone: 531-0801


7 age 10-D
t'Jewiisi' fk>riidliiiiin
Friday, September 12. lggo
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M
Mi
DR. and MRS.
JOSEPH R. NAROT
Extend to all Jewry and
particularly the members of
TEMPLE ISRAEL of
GREATER MIAMI
Sineere Wishes for
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
DR. and MRS.
IRVING LEHRMAN
and Their Children
Extend Best Wishes for a
JOYOUS NEW YEAR
to Temple Emanu-El
-m ...- ond_. on*" *
To All Their Friends of the
Greater Miami Community
RABBI and MRS.
EUGENE LABOVITZ
and Family
Extend Best Wishes to the
Officers and Members of
TEMPLE NER TAMID
i id to the Jewish Community
for a Happy and
Prosperous New Year
DR. and MRS.
HERBERT BAUMGARD
and FAMILY
ixtend Heartfelt
MW YEAR GREETINGS
to the Members of
Temple Beth Am
SOUTH MIAMI
and (o f he
Creofer Miami Jewish Community
DR. and MRS.
LEON KRONISH
and Family
Wish for the Members and
Cfficers of Temple Beth Sholom,
Jewry at large, and all
} umanity a year of fulfillment
and peace. j
DR. and MRS.
MAX LIPSCHITZ
and Family
oi
Temple Beth Torah
Extend Best Wishes for the
New Year
to the entire
Jewish Community
RABBI and MRS.
MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
and Family
Extend Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
lo the members of
Temple Menorah
and to All Jewry
RABBI and MRS.
TIBOR H. STERN
AND FAMILY
wish
JACOB C. COHEN
SYNAGOGUE
and its affiliate groups
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
MORRIS A. KIPPER
and FAMILY
"xtend Best Wishes to the
Members and Officers of
TEMPLE JUDEA
Is Sisterhood and the Greater
Miami Jewish Community for
a Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY
and FAMILY
extend Best Wishes for a
Ksivah Vachasimo Tovah to
the Officers, Members, Wor-
shippers and Sisterhood of
Congregation Beth Tfilah
and to Klal Yisroel
Bo-oretz U-Bagole.
RABBI and MRS.
RALPH GLIXMAN
and Family
Extend Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
: Members and Friends of the
TEMPLE OR OLOM
and to All Jewry
RABBI and MRS.
ABRAHAM
WEINSCHNEIDER
and FAMILY
wish a Happy New Year
to members of
Jacob C. Cohen
Community Synagogue
and to all of
Greater Miami Jewry
RABBI and MRS.
AVROM L. DRAZIN
wish a Iiappy New Year
to members of
THE ISRAELITE CENTER
and the Jewish Community
of Greater Miami
RABBI and MRS.
RALPH KINGSLEY
Extend Best Wishes for a
Happy New Year
To The Members and all its
Affiliates of
TEMPLE SINAI
North Dade
And the Greater Miami
Jewish Community
The Course 0. American-Israeli Relations
(Continued from Page 7-l>)
Egyptians decided that Israeli
ships en and a security problem.
Israel received strong support
from thi' U.S. congress, which
opposi d an imposed and un-
realistic peace. Sixty-six of the
100 members of the Senate put
their signatures on a declaration
backing Israel's insistence on a
realistie settlement. So did 6.'!rJ
of the House of Representatives.
Congress also appealed more
responsive to Israel than the
Executive Department on the
issue of desalination- In the
Spring of 19114. President John-
son promised to undertake a
joint American-Israeli program
to desalt sea water. The tech-
niques developed would be shar-
ed with the world.
A series of negotiations and
feasibility StUdie8 ensued. But it
was not until January, 19t>8. a
few days before he was to leave
office, that Mr. Johnson put an
item in the budget to finance
such an undertaking. The new
administration removed the ap-
propriation, pending further
"study."
When the matter came before
Congress, members appeared
RABBI and MRS.
SOLOMON SCHIFF
AND FAMILY
Extend Best Wishes to the
Officers and Members of
Congregation Beth El and to
the entire Jewish Community
for a Happy New Year
To Members and Friends of
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE
A Very
HAPPY NEW YEAR
from
RABBI and MRS.
JONAH E. CAPLAN
and FAMILY
genuinely concerned lest Israel
face a grave water shortage in
the 1970s. Congress was aware
that Israeli know-how could de-
velop new techniqui s valuable in
meeting America's own needs.
Israeli scientists have worked on
water pollution. driTfi !fh*f*1>n"(T*
other research programs vital to
American cities.
It was estimated that 1.200
Israeli scii ntists were engaged
in various projects of interest to
tiie United States government in
the past year. But as the J. wish
year drew to a c!os<> there was a
decision by the State Depart-
ment and i he Agency for Inter-
national Aid to phase out tins
program of research projects in
Israel. These projects have been
conducted at a cost of $7-$8 mil-
lion a year, payable out of the
P.L.-1S0 counterpart funds held
by the United States in Israel.
These funds were to be di-
verted instead to maintain Arab
refugees in the Ga/a Strip and
the West Hank. It appeared like-
ly, however, that the American
authorities would find some
other formula for financing and
continuipi: the projects in Israel.
A second late years-end de-
RABBI and MRS.
SOL LANDAU
and Family
extend to the officers, directors,
and staff of
BETH DAVID
CONGREGATION
Best Wishes for a Healthy
and Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
DAVID LEHRFIELD
and Family
greet the Jewish community
and membership of
Kneseth Israel Congregation
on the occasion of the
N W YEAR
velopmcnt was Israel's request
for U.S. government authoriza-
tion to purchase another 25
Phantom jets and another 80
Skyhawks in a long-ranee pro-
gram to insure continued Israeli
aii- superiority over the com-
bined Ar quest was taken under consid-
eration by the Nixon Adminis-
tration.
As the Jewish year drew to ?,
close, the White House made it
dear that the talks with Russia
were intended mainly to explore
Soviet intentions in the Middle
East. There were reassurances
that Israel would not be "sold
down the Nile." New considera-
tion was to be given to the de-
salting project. The President
was displaying his supiwrt and
esteem for Israel by inviting h> r
Prime Minister as an official
state guest.
It appeared at year's end that,
while American and Israeli in-
terests differed, such differences
were understandable and did not
represent a basic conflict. In-
deed, a mutual affinity appeared
to be growing as Israel reached
the maturity of her 21st year of
statehood.
RABBI and MRS.
ALEXANDER S. GROSS
and Family
MIAMI BEACH
Extend Best Wishes for
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
to the officers, directors and
members of the Hebrew
Academy and all its affili-
ated organizations and to all
Jewry.
RABBI and MRS.
ALFRED WAXMAN
and Daughters
Wish for all Jewry, and
particularly the Members
and Officers of
Temple Zion
A Happy and Prosperous
New Year
RABBI DR. and MRS.
ISAAC H. EVER
AND FAMILY
Wish for the Members of
Agudath Israel Hebrew Insti-
tute, its Auxiliary and the
Entire Jewish Community a
Year of Peace and Joy
RABBI and MRS.
BEREL WETN
AND FAMILY
EXTEND HEARTFELT
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
to the
BETH ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
and Greater Miami
RABBI and MRS.
P. A. WEBERMAN
and Family
offer their very best wishes for
a Happy, Healthful, and
Prosperous New Year to the
officers and members of
CONGREGATION
OHEV SHALOM
and to Jewry everywhere
Greetings and a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to Members and Friends of the
CUBAN HEBREW
CIRCLE OF MIAMI
RABBI and MRS.
DOV ROZENCWAIG
RABBI and MRS.
MAX SHAPIRO
Wish
CONGREGATION
BETH KODESH
its affiliate organizations
and Greater Miami Jewry
A Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
MAXWELL BERGER
Extend Best Wishes for a Happy
New Year to the Members end
Officers of
Temple Zamora
and its affiliated organizations
and the Greater Miami
Jewish Community
RABBI and MRS.
SIMON APRIL
and Family
Wish for the Members of
TEMPLE BETH TOV
and for All Jewry
A Year of Peace and Joy
RABBI and MRS.
SHMAFYAHU T.
SWIRSKY
Extend lo all ]( .
ularly the n
Beth Jacob
and its affiliated ore MS
A HAPPY AND PRi
NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
ELLIOT J. WINOGRAD
Extend to the Officers
and members of
TEMPLE ISRAEL
of Miramar
Best Wishes for a
Happy New Year


Friday. September 12, 1969
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Paqe 11-D
- HOLIDAY GREETINGS -
- To the Jewish Community -
-TWERY'S-
Importers
1G0 N.E. 40 ST. 758-3671
MIAMI -
Holiday Greetings
to the Jewish Community
Biscayne Lighting. Inc.
101 N.E. 54th ST. MIAMI
754-0S87
All Window Repairr
Extends
Holiday Greetings
7813 BIRD RD.. MIAMI
66S-3339 226-0663
- HOLIDAY GREETINGS -
CAUSEWAY
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
721 5th STREET
On Miami Beach 538-2321
"Everything Electrical"
- Holiday Greetings To -
- The Jewish Community -
Fine Potato Chip Co.
3341 N.W. 65th ST.. MIAMI
691-0231
Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Goldstein
and Daughters
DOROTHY and LOIS
of 1710 Bay Drive,
Isle of Normandy
Wish Their Relatives
and Friends
A Happy New Year
Compliments of
HERBERT L
WEINER,
C.L.U.
INSURANCE CONSULTANT
19 W. FLAGLERST.
FR 1-1386
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
SID MARGOLISand
MARK ROSENFIELD
GALLOWAY
PHARMACY
Discount Prescriptions
Charge Accounts Invited
7035 S.W. 87th Avenue
Miami-271-3081
Holiday Greetings From
SWIM V SPORT
SHOPS
Five Stores To Serve You
New Year Greetings From
HAIR
DRESSERS, INC.
542 N.E. 82nd St., Miami
Open 7 Days and Evenings
Phone 757-2649
TO ALL GREETINGS
Al Morris
n a i* v
Starter & Generator Repairs
831 E. Okeechobee Road
Phone 888-4900
Happy New Year and
Besi Wishes To All
LABELS
UNLIMITED
3313 N.W. 7th Ave. Circle
Miami, Florida
Phone 633-8563
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Kessler
ORLANDO
BEAUTY SALON
No Fooling Orlando
Makes You Beautiful!
666-9733
MONDAY & FRIDAY 'til 9 p.'m.
5718 S.W. 72nd STREET
(Sunset Drive)
Holiday Greetings From
PERKINS MARINE
LAMP & HARDWARE
16490 N.W. 13th Ave.
Miami, Florida
Phone 621-7525
A Happy New Year
To All Our Friends
CLIFF'S
Beauty Salon
1688 S.W. 22nd Street
Miami, Florida
Phone 443-5788
The treasures of the human
spirit and of Israel's ancient
tradition are reflected in the
face of a villager at Mosad
Aliyah, Mizrachi Women's
agricultural training center.
RABBI and MRS.
DAVID RAAB
and Family
Extend Be3t Wishes for a
Happy New Year
to Members and Friends of
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL,
Mianv. Beach
RABBI A. BEN-HILLEL
and Daughter
Extend to the Officers
and Membsrs of
CONGREGATION
ETZ CHAIM
Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
JOSEPH A. GORFINKEL
offer heartfelt greetings to
Jewry everywhere and to
members of
Beth Moshe Congregation
of North Miami Beach
A Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
NAFTALI PORUSH
AND FAMILY
Extends Best Wishes to
YOUNG ISRAEL OF
GREATER MIAMI
And to All Jewry for
A Happy New Year
RABBI and Mrs.
SHELDON EDWARDS
and Family
Extend Greetings to Member;
and Friends of
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL,
Ft. Lauderdale,
and to the entire community
RABBI RALPH CARMI
and Family
Extend Best Wishes to the
Officers and Members of
Tifereth Israel
Congregation
For A Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
MILTON SCHLINSKY
and Family
[xtend heartfelt
NEW YEAH GREETINGS
to
Temple Adath Yeshurur.
and the entire community
RABBI and MRS.
CHARLES M. RUBEL
Extend heartfelt wishes for z
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the officers of
Temple B'nai Raphael
its members, and
affiliate organizatio.is
RABBI and MRS.
DAVID SHAPIRO
Extend Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the members of
TEMPLE SINAI
Fhe Jewish Community Center
Hollywood, Florida
and to All Jewry
RABBI and MRS.
MORTON MALAVSKY
Wish for all Jewry and parti: to
larly the members and officer*
of TEMPLE BETH SHALOT'.
Hollywood.
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
SAMUEL JAFFE
AND FAMILY
Extend Greetings to Members
and Friends of
TEMPLE BETH EL
Hollywood, Fla.,
And to All Jewry for
A Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
MORRIS A. SKOP
and Family
offer their best wishes to the
officers and membership of
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
OF POMPANO
for a Healthy and
Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
RICHARD M. LEVITON
wish the Jewish comrr.un: "
of South Florida, and
paiticuarly the officers
and members of
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
OF FT. LAUDERDALE
A Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
SADI NAHMIAS
and Family
greet the members of
SEPHARDIC
JEWISH CENTER
on the occasion of the
New Year
MR. and MRS.
BEN SAKS
EXTEND TO OUR FRIENDS
A NEW YEAR
OF CHEER, MAZEL AND
GOOD HEALTH
RABBI and MRS.
MAURICE KLEIN
extend a Happy New Yea.
to Members and Friends o
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACO;
and to the Jewish communi".
of Hialeah and
all Greater Miami


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<_J~l o liaa\i!
Baumgartner
Construction
Co., Inc.
"TORGINAL" SEAMLESS FLOORfNG
AUTHORIZED DEALER
GENERAL CONTRACTOR
CONSTRUCTION
15221 N.E. 21st AVENUE
Ph. 945-6331
ear
federation fKeports Jo J he L^
onmuinil
(< cliecdy been implemented, leading to this
institution's re-invigoration. The Jewish
Education Study, expressing the commu-
r_.ty's concern for its responsibility in this
area, led to the reactivation of the Com-
munity Planning Committee, which had
keen dormant for eight years. One of the
tirst Commissions formed under this Com-
mittee wes given the task of dealing with
Jewish education. It is functioning and
will issue a report by year's end, which
hopehdly will chart Federation's coursa
and its responsibility for Jewish educction.
The Chaplaincy program came into
its own during the past two years. It has
keen strengthened and now functions as
a hill-service agency under Federation
auspices.
Studies were completed which indi-
cated a need for a central community
building. A site was purchased, and an
architect has the plans for a building to
house Federation and a number of local
agencies on his drawing boards.
We have agreed to enter into the Na-
t;or.al Population Study and will be con-
ducting a local Population Study later
this year, which is expected to enable u3
ROBERT RUSSUL
Cenerml Chairman
to understand both the size, nature and
complexity of what many people believe
to be the fastest growing Jewish commu-
nity in the United States.
Federation has accepted responsibility
for Hillel and helped form a community
board. I agree with those people who are
convinced that work with the college
youth is among Ihe highest priorities in
American Jewish community life .
We have renewed and revitalized a
formal Young Leadership Program for the
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM .
CUTLER RIDGE
Bowling Lanes Restaurant
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT, DICK mna ETHEL
20701 S.W. ALLAPATTAH ROAD, MIAMI
Phone 235-1451
111! S. DIXIE HWY.
acrottfromttitU.of M.

FLORIST^
LOCAL DELIVERY -
-Phone 945-9611
'1901B N I. T67* Street, MerHl NMMii Beech
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of North Miami 117th Street at Biscayne Blvd. Phone 757-8411
Member: Federal Deposit Ins. Corp. Member: Federal Reserve System
Holiday Greetings
HAROLD'S GARAGE
Specializing In
VOLKSWAGEN
REPAIRS
CARS 'TRUCKS
STATION WAGONS
Lubrication, oil changes, to
complete engine, transmis-
sion and front end overhaul.
5764 COMMERCE LANE
S.MIAMI 661-6931
A Happy New Year To All
IS, Mil OF
MIAMI
2454 NW 5th AVENUE
377-8051
Jack Kamin
Leonard Coleman
Howard Margoluis
Holiday Greetings
VAN GUNDY
AIR CONDITIONING
We Sell, Service and Install
15320 W.Dixie Highway
Phone 949-3374
A Happy New Year To All
HONEY & TOM
JONES
SETTLEDOWNS
1764 S.W. 3rd AVENUE
373-9571

Happy Holiday Greetinq3
From
ROSE RICE and
ASSOCIATES, INC.
ADVERTISING
1090 N.E. 79th Street
Phone 751-6322
BEST WISHES FOR
THE HOLIDAYS
SUNSET
PLUMBING CO.
6022 S. Dixie Highway
Ireel rigs From .
MX A
roup.
271 NW. 23rd STRLET
FRANCISCO KABAK, Owner
FR 1-3859
A Happy New Year To All
ia: momik
JEWELERS
8499 Coral Way, Miami
Phone 221-1424
GREETINGS TO ALL
SAM BERLIN, President
A.MBER FITEL
OIL. INC.
Gulf Oil Products
1861 Bay Road
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 538-4611
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO ALL
KA1 FMAN
PRESS
1445 N MIAMI AVENUE
FR 4-3587
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first time in nine years. Twenty-five young
men have been attending monthly ses-
sions, which will provide trained leader-
ship for Federation and its agencies .
A MAJOR CHANGE in policy was re-
cently adopted by Federation. It ac-
ceptiWt* iwpot* from a speUMf VUmmittee
recommending support for day schools
meeting reguirements set by Federation.
In cooperation with a number of com-
munity agencies, Federation is working
for the enactment of the Medicaid Bill,
passage of which will vitally affect some
of its local agencies. A Community Rela-
tions Committee was initiated this year,
designed to keep the major community
relations agencies informed of all activi-
ties and to seek new paths of cooperalicn.
Federation is big business; we raise
almost $4 million annually. This reguires
efficient operation. In line with modern
business trends. Federation will shortly
begin converting to an updated Data
Processing System.
Last January, the world was outraged
when the government of Iraq executed 14
men, nine of whom were Jews. Under the
coordination of Greater Miami Federation,
more than 300 Jewish organizations in
Dade County mobilized their members for
a massive rally which was held at Miami
Beach Auditorium.
In August, the Federation and its affili-
ated agency, the Jewish Family and Chil-
dren's Service, launched a pilot program
designed"to measure the needs of elderly
Jewish people in the South Beach com-
munity and give help to those who may
be living on less than subsistence allow-
ances. This program will be geared to
casework with subsequent referrals made
to existing service agencies such era pub-
lic welfare, government food programs
and clinic services for health problems.
There will be limited supplementation
where needed.
Once again we see the vital dollars
given to the Combined Jewish Appeal
being put to use in helping to make
Greater Miami a better community.
In extending my warmest personal
Ro?h Hashanah greetings and those o
the Greater Miami Jewish Federation it is
my ardent wish that the New Year will
be a period of rewarding experiences for
all people, and a year of greater social
health and contentment.
Our Very Best Wishes
For A Happy Holiday
To All. .
MARTHA'S
Beauty Salon
1327 S.W. 8th Street
Miami, Florida
Phone 373-1940
GREEN BROOK
CORP.
R. SOLOVCI, President
1085 E. 14th STREET
Hialoah
HAPPY HOLIDAY
GREETINGS TO ALL
HAPPY NEW YEAR AMD
BEST WISHES TO ALL
DORIS JAY
333 North West 26th Street
Phone 634-5382
Holiday Greetings
VIVIAN
BLUME
FINE FURNITURE
736 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach, Florida
GREETINGS FROM .
PATTERSON
PLUMBING
SERVICE, INC.
.. DAY OR NIGHT .
Dial 945-0835
2645 N.E. 186 Terrace, Miami
Complete 24-Hour Plumbing Repair
Service licensed t Insured
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
MESA'S
Texaco Service
3301 N.W. 7th Street
Miami, Florida
Telephone 635-1605
Happy New Year
And Best Wishes To All
A LMO
Shoe Co.
546 West 18th Street
Hialeah, Florida
Phone 888-5742
Holiday Greetings to All Our
Friends and Customers
BROWNSVILLE
imilp STORE
4634 N.W. 27th AVE.
Phone NE 4-7233
W. W. Welters
DADE
APPAREL
Extends To All A Ver/
Happy and Prosperous
New Year To All ..
405 E. 10th Court, Hialeah
Phone 887-0352
ALY
HANDBAGS
Extends To All A
Very Happy New Year
260 West 29th Street
Hialeah, Florida
Phone 888-3043
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
ALLES
Southeast Corp.
7345 West 19th Avenue
Hialeah, Florida
Phone 822-0940
Holiday Greetings
A. H. Brownell,
Inc.
804 N.W. 1st Street
Miami, Florida
ALAMAR
of Miami
Best Wishes For A
Happy New Year
171 N.W. 23rd Street
Phone 373-3523
HAPPY NEW YEAR AND
BEST WISHES TO ALL
CARNABY
1115 West 22nd Street
Hialeah, Florida
Phone 888-2408
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
ABBOTT
MILLS
3420 North West 7th Street
Miami, Florida
Phone 444-6531
To the Jewish Community in South Florida
We Extend Sincere Greetings
During the Holiday Season
and
Best Wishes
ior
Continued Happiness alt through the New Year
THE
MIAMI BEACH
KENNEL CLUB
ALL AROUND TRAVEL SERVICE, Inc.
Tickets Tours Cruises
EUROPE ISRAEL NASSAU JAMAICA CARIBBEAN
Authorized Airline & Steamship Agents Official Rates Only
Morrie Sidell
1638 Collins Avenue Airline Terminal Bldg.
Miami Beach 532-3336
9457 Harding Avenue 865-2357
HOMES APARTMENTS ACREAGE HOTELS
SIDNEY SPARER
REGISTERED 'REAL ESTATE BROKER
REALTOR
226 SUNNY ISLES BLVD., MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
Phone Wl 5-6632
HAPPY NEW YEAR HOLIDAYS
DIXIE NATIONAL BANK
OF DADE COUNTY
13001 SOUTH DIXIE HIGHWAY, PERRINE, FLA.
Phone: 238-3535
BEST WISHES FROM .
CORTLEY MANUFACTURING CORP.
705 WEST 28 STREET, HIALEAH
885-0721
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
AUTO & TRUCK REPAIR CENTER
Axel Frame & Front End Service Insurance Estimates
Phone 757-9681
7111 N.W. 6th COURT, MIAMI
HAPPY HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
IRWIN and COOPER
INSURANCE INC.
17915 S.W. 97th Avenue, Perrint
235-2633


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Holiday Greetings From|
DON'T BE OLD FASHIONED!
STEAMATTC
YOUR CARPETS
The old method with bruthes,
using detergent, scrubs the
soil DEEPER into the
fabric and foils to remove
soil. Result. .the detergent
left in the fabric soon attracts
more soil and it is not long
before the soil works back to
the surfece. Soon your carpets
appear more soiled thon before.
WITH STEAMATIC
in one operation soil is
penetrated, suspended end
extrocted. No brushes. No
powder. No scrubbing with
detergents. Gentle end
thorough. Economiccl because
carpets stay clecner- longer,
ucwseo MtfftCO
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STEAMATIC
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thru Pln / n, Fl
CALL
399-8333
or 941-3175
(Palm Beach)
66^-1233
> Si till mot.
Without Obligation
Florida's only FoCtory Authorized
Foctory Trained Representative JU
HAPPY HEW YEAR
from
Coca-Cola Bottling
Company of Miami
301 N.W. 29th Street
L'Shona Tova Tikasavu
MR. AND MRS. JOSEPH MILTON
and children Jamie Beth. Robert Adley and Peri Sue
Wish to express best wishes for a Most Happy New Year
to their many fiiends in Greater Miami, and to the
entire Jewish Community
VACATION LAND MODES, INC.
255 N.W. 5th STREET FR 3-4655
NORMAN ROTHSTEIN, President
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
4,01. ID HO AST SKA FOOD
3875 SHIPPING AVENUE, CORAL GABIES
PHONE: 443-2511
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO ALL
NU WAY REFINISHING CO.
436 S.E. 10th Court, Hialeah, Fla.
Phone 888-7492
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
SIIAYXE OF MIAMI l\C.
2610 NW 5th AVENUE NE 4-9724
HENRY TAUBES MEL BRICKMAN
Greetings to All Patrons and Friends
Dave's Greyhound Supplies
2618 West 3rd Avenue. Hialeah TU 8-0874
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO AIL
MASTER HOST CATERERS
4001 N.W. 31st AVENUE
HERSCHEL LEVY Phone 633-8066
difficult year ahead for argentine Jewry...
(Continued from Pace 5-I>)
gentina on an official state visit bolero his
death.
Various Argentine delegations have visited
Israel, among thorn one composed of high-
ranking Catholic prelates. There has boon a
permanent exchange of scientists and tech-
nologists. During the last few months scien-
tists <>l the Hebrew University, the Weizmann
Institute tor Science and the Israeli Atomic
Energy Commission have visited Argentina on
lecture tours in universities.
Economically, the balance of trade with
Israel is topside ily In favor of Argentina. In
1968 Argentina exported $12 million worth of
goods to Israel, mainly moat. It import.-,1.
Suit SI.4 million worth from Israel, mainly
chemical products. The Israel trade fair
"ISRAEXPO '69" which replaced one burned
down last September, has been a great suc-
cess ind has been aided by customs exemption
and other concessions granted by Argentine
irities S veral Argentine agricultural ex-
perts and technologists attend courses in Israel
organized by the Deportment for Interna-
tional Cooperation of the Israeli Foreign
Ministry.
The Argentine mass media has boon sym-
pathetic to Israel on all occasions. Last year
about 12 Argentine journalists visited Israel
as guests of the government and their reports
were given wide coverage in the local press.
The irony of conditions in Argentina is the
fact that the democratically elected govern-
ments up to 1900 Aero too weak, while the
present regime headed by Gen. Juan Carlos
Ongania lacks popular support. Tt enjoyed
quasi-unanimous consensus when it took over,
but now it faces political tensions. Through-
out Jiislory, try; Jewish communities have
learned to bo apprehensive when social and
1 Htical conditions create a climate of tension.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
DALE AND DOROTHY CARNEGIE
COURSES
Self-Confidence Personal Appearance
Effective Communication Human Relations
Skills Lead a More Purposeful Life
INDIVIDUAL COUNSELING
Suite 804, Du Pont Plaza Office Building
For Reservation: 374-8401
w
\ Plrasuri to (rire. a Joj I' n '" ulien
But thi lla -' i. ill du
{/Unites \mm*anaies, \j~nc,
0467 Harding
Sorfside
666-i'45
700 N.E 125 Street
Nurth Miami
757-0184
617 N.E. 163rd St
North Miami Beach
947-5125
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
DENMARK'S ART STONE CO.
12351 N.W. 7th AVENUE NORTH MIAMI
IRVING J. DENMARK. President
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL.
SEA VIEW INDUSTRIES
1677 W.31s Place, Hialeah
Phono 822-1200
Grovelarsd Products Company, Inc.
Extends Greetings of the Season to Its Friends and Patrons
600 N.W. 10th STREFT Telephone 373-6332
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
ROSE COOK of
MERLE NORMAN COSMETIC STUDIOS
7287 RED ROAD, So. MIAMI ph. 667-8193
MR. and MRS.
SAMUEL ROCKLIN
of the
Realty Mart, Inc.
1873 N.E. 163rd Street
Wish all their friends
A Happy New Year
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
To Our Friends and Customers
BIRCH CARPET
277C Palm Avenue
Phone 888-1628
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
KING ELECTRIC
MOTOR
SERVICE
280 N.W. 54th Street
Miami, Florida
Phono PL 4-3482
MR. AND MRS.
HERBERT GOPMAN
Paulette, Judith
and Jonathan
MRS. HELEN GOPMAN
extend best wishes for a
Happy New Year
to all their friends
To All Happy Holiday
SWIRL BEAUTY SALON
Specializing in
WIG SETTING
CLEANING CUTTING
80 MIRACLE MILE
CORAL GABLES
Phone 443-6008


^
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I In Jewish military 'li;ii)l:iiil will
rend "n Kosh F|n*hnpnh to among
(lie host of rellglQlM si:|>|)li('s pro-
vided by the StaMms] .Jewish
Welfare BoaM i!\\B) lor services
at more HUM (KM) domestic and
OVCQteag installations lo he con-
dueled for MmM nicii in tin- l.S.
Armed Forces,
i::v
irresilistlc .Mural being created
k- members of the Jewish Cmn-
pmity Center of Detroit, an aflil-
of I lie Jewish Well a re Board
tWB), hiirhligbts holidays of the
tu-Kh calendar, whose year 5780
krins on Kosli liashaiiah.
LUNDY'S
MARKET
}35 Washington Avenue
WISH THEIR. FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS
lappy New Year To All
On the eve of Rosh Hashanah, my family and
I want to wish all of you a happy and
prosperous New Year in a world that we hope
will be filled with peace.
ft tKTS'ioybus'ttrrie^we^lffer heartfelt "a"
thanks for our wonderful life in Miami Beach,
for the warm friendships we have made, and
for the opportunity we have been given to
serve the community we love.
JAY DERMER MAYOR
of Miami Beach
H Holiday Greetings
SOMERSTEIN
CATERERS
1701 Washington Ave.
Miami Beach, Florida
For Information contact
Mr. Sidney Hechtman or
Mr. Walter Schuman at
534-9587 o.- 538-2503
Happy New Year To Al
CORCNADO
STUDIOS
266 N.C. 70th Street
Miami, Florida
Telephone 751-1853
Holiday Greetings
SIERRA
NAUTICO
bnerly Boaters Paradise)
I SALES and SERVICE
3490 Bird Avenue
tor of U.S. 1 and Bird)
446-5771
iHoliday Greetings
lo Professional With
[MALCOLM E.
ELLIS
ir.d Upholstery Cleaners
ITINT YOUR CARPET
IN YOUR HOME
1838 665-5609
I to Wall Cleaning
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
SIMON THE PIEMAN
1390C Biscayne Blvd., No. Miami Beach, Florida
"FROM COAST TO COAST"
The Finest In Pies and Donuts
SANDWICH SHOP "EAT HERE TAKE OUT"
^$wc*'i936 .; '"
The Gentleman's Corner
fONCE 0 IfOK at AIMMBW CIKlf
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OPEN MON t fll. Til 9P.M cmtt 1XC8UKIS IMIUD
A MOST HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
THE BAROS FAMILY
AND
THE MIAMI R'JG COMPANY
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
THE STAFF OF .
THE SHIFT SHOP
PHONE 944-0353
SKYLAKE!MA

Budget Travel Special For September
3808 S. Ocean Drive
Hollywood, Fla. 33020
927-1693 Miami 947-1535
The Very Best For Your
Travel Dollars
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
To Our Friends and Customers
NAT ALLEN RESORT WEAR
1849 Hollywood Blvd., Hollywood, Florida
Miami Phone 945-5981
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
BISCAYNE FOf INITURE MFG. CO.
89 N.E. 27th Street
Phone 358-1385

A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL tOMMirs :ial fishijxu SUPPJLl' tO. 54 Southwest Sixth Street Telephone 374-6444
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
SIX AID FOOD PRODUCTS 3615 N.W. 60th STREET
Phone NE 5-1381
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
PURITY CONDIMENTS
359C N.W. 60th STREET NE 5-1389
NEW YEAR GREETINGS FROM
MIAMI TABLE PAD SHOP
333 N.W. 23rd STREET
PHONE: 374-6040
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
BECKiNGBAH BECOBATORS
784 S.E. 8th Street, Hicueah
Phone 8SM002
Rose L. Gimlher
16295 BISCAYNE BLVD. NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Sun Deck Cottages
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL .
JO WITH OF MIAMI, INC.
335 N.W. 26th STREET Ph. 635-9497
JAMES PINNA RICHARD SALOMON
Councilman and Mrs. Ed. Bramson
AND FAMILY
Extend Best Wishes For A
Happy Holiday Season To
The Jewish Community


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L'SHAMA TOVA TfKATEVU VITACHASTEMU
KASHRUTH SUPERVISION
RABEl T'.BCR H. STERN, Director
REV. WILLIAM SHULMAN
REV. JACOB B. KATZ, Ass't Director
MOMIS GROCER
WHOLESALE KOSHER MEAT AND POULTRY WHSE.
!jh M-rager*: SUNNY ono JACK
DEPARTMENT MANAGERS
f. M0RART1 SOL SE1GEI
Stpt.wJjc.-: FH.L'.P KATZ
MURRY RUBIN
2091 Coral Way.Miami
NOW 4 KOSHER MEAT end POULTRY MARKETS TO SERVE YOU BETTER
163rd Street Shopping Center O 19th Street at Alton Road
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MERCHANTS GREEN STAMPS YOUR EXTRA BONUS AT FOOD FAIR


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Miami, Florida. Friday. September 12. 1969
Section
IIMFtfMIWYElIl


Fpqe 14-D
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Kjewisfi fh-ridiany
Friday, Septerr.t^i 12, 19c,
Jjest Wishes for a
7W
w
Coral Way
National Bank
ir BANKING HOURS *-
Lobby Hours 9:30 A.M. till 2 P.M.
Drive In Hours 8* MM to 6f P.M.
1699 CORAt WAY
Best Wishes To- All
For A Very Happy and'
Prosjyerous New Year
Senator and Mrs.
Robert L Shevin
AND FAMILY
HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO OURFR1ENDS
MAYOR and MRS. DAVE LAPHAM
MAYOR OF NORTH MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
.1
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS TO OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS
GABLES OFFSET and LETTER SERVICE
RAY ALEXANDER, JR.
158 VALENCIA, CORAt GABLES
Phone 446-8151
Music To Soothe, Seduce or Send You ...
Dance to a live Bend
Monday through Saturday 9 P.M. to 1 A.M.
ROMAN CENTER
Atop Center House
1400 N.W. 10th Avenue, Miami, Florida
Phone 371-1667
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL ...
LUIE AGUIRRE PAINT & BODY SHOP, INC.
Axel Frame & Front End ServiceInsurance Estimates
7111 N.W. 6th COURT, MIAMI
Phone 757-9681
Holiday Greetings From ...
PARIS BUILDERS, INC.
General Contractors
7401 S.W. 69th Court, Miami
666-0366
Holiday Greetings To All
T. A JEW EMMY
fiVC.
1650 S.W. 8rh STREET
MIAMI, FLORIDA
Phone 373-3014
Holiday Greetings
WESTCHESTER
MUSIC MART
Specialists in Folk-Foreign -
Children Classical & Opera
8551 Coral Way
Phone 221-2025
To All Greetings
TAMIAMI PLUMBING
CO., Inc.
James 8. Burgln
Serving South Dado County
nd South Miami
8525 SO. DIXIE HIGHWAY
Phone MO 7-8831
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
MARY
DOWLEN. INC.
FLORIST
312 Arthur Godfrey Road
Miami Beach
Phone 531-0872
VERY BEST HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
SEVEN SEAS SALES
MANUFACTURERS' REPRESENTATIVES
MIAMI MERCHANDISE MART
777 N.W. 72 Avenue, Miami
773 N.W. 79 Street, Miami
Phone 693-4661
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
TERMINAL REXALL PHARMACY
MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT
24 HOUR SERVICE BY
JOHN STADNIK and
HARRY ZUCKERMAN
Henry Nielsen
Floors & Interiors, Inc.
4200 N.W. 2nd AVENUE
Phone 758-4446
"featuring the finer floors"
BEST WISHES FOR THE NEW YEAR SEASCN
NEW YEAR GREETINGS and BEST WISHES TO ALL
GOLDEN ISLES CONVALESCENT HOME
2400 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd.
Hallandale, Florida
Phone 927-9717
FRANK F. SILVERMAN, Administrator
OUR SINCERE GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY HOLIDAY
VELVET TOUCH BEAUTY SALON
5746 SUNSET DRIVE, SOUTH MIAMI
Phon 666-6281
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and
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Friday. September 12. 1989
*Jewisti flcridiain
Paqe 3-E
EDITOR'S NOTE: The following
article was condensed from a pres-
entation mad* to the United Na-
tion* Human Rights Commission in
Geneva recently. Judge Zeltner, Is-
rael's representative to the Commis-
sion, is native of Kiev. Russia.
Educate*) isvOtrmjny and Trance.
ne settled in Israel in 1936, and is
nn acting justice of Israel's Supreme
Court nd a judge of the Tel Aviv
district court. A lecturer at Tel Aviv
University, Judge Zeltner, who is the
author of several books, also edits
two law journals.
The Sub-Commission on Hu-
man Rierhts at its last session
deal: with the situation of Jews
in the USSR. The answer usu-
ally given to the arguments of
the Israel and other delegations
consists in part in a complete
dental of all allegations, and
in part in reading out of Ions
lists of Jews who have at-
tained prominent positions in the
USSR, as well as of statistics
showing the percentage of Jews
in the free professions, in order
to show that Jews can be and
ate successful in that country.
In my opinion this defense is
beside the point, and remains
silent on the matter at issue.
New Year Greetings From
CampbeWs
ATLANTIC AND
WRECKER SERVICE
2390 S.W. 57th AVENUE
Phone 667-9267
L. T. CAMPBELL, Prop.
TROPICAL
STUDIOS
PORTRAITS, COPIES,
PHOTOSTATS & PASSPORT
PHOTOS-HOME SITTINGS
125 NE 2nd Street
FR 3-0204
New Year Greetings From
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POWERS
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RE-ROOFING REPAIRS
Ph. 531-3018
Licensed and Insured
Budget Terms
1616 ALTON ROAD
Miami Beach
HAPPY NEW YEAR
TO OUR FRIENDS
AND CUSTOMERS
NEIL'S
Atlantic Service
9798 Bird Road
DIAL 221-9992
HAPPY HOLIDAYS
BARBARA and
NEVILLE GREEN
LAMP AND
SHADE CENTER
1626 ALTON ROAD
Miami Beach, Florida
LIGHTING CENTER
2039 NE. 163 Street
North Miami Beach
There are now more than three
million Jews in the USSR. The
USSR is a federation of differ-
ent nationalities. A citizen is not
only a USSR citizen, but also
must belong to a Riven nation-
ality. These nationalities do not
always have their own territory
but invariably have their own
organizations, language and cul-
ture with all their accoutre-
ments: more or less limited in-
ternal jurisdiction, schools, pub-
lishing houses, etc. Much has
l>een done and is being done to
develop these national valuta,
they are cherished and their de-
velopment lias time and again
been recognized as a duty in-
cumbent on the federation.
There is only one exception to
this rule in the USSR and thus
is the Jewish community. Ac-
cording to USSR statistics in
1959. almost half a million Jews
recorded Yiddish as their first
language. Rut neither Yiddish
nor Hebrew is among the 59
languages of instruction in the
USSR as a whole. Nor has any
provision been made for classes.
courses, lectures or any other
facility for instruction in Jewish
history, literature ami culture
in the Russian language. Nei-
ther Yiddish nor Hebrew, nor
Russian-language instruction, is
among the dozens of languages
of instruction for nationalities
. this despite the fact that
there are about one million Jews
in Russia about half a million
in Moscow and about a third of
a million in Leningrad.
Tiny nationalities with vir-
tually no history, no literature,
no culture, anf! an alphabet that
had to Ix- created for them have
schools in their native languages
but the Jews have none. There
are schools for a grand total of
l'J.000 Chukchi or f>..'500 Koraks
-but no schools for a million
Jews.
In the Ukraine, three small
national minorities, each num-
bering less than 400,000, have
schools in their native languages
- -Moldavians, Hungarians and
Poles. But the Jews, who num-
ber about one million and who
bear an ancient tradition of
learning in the Ukraine, have
none.
The discrimination against the
Jewish community in the field
of schooling is repeated in the
field of information. Before
194X-40. when Stalin suppressed
them, there were hundreds of
Yiddish newspapers, weeklies
find other periodicals and hun-
dreds of thousands of students
in Jewish schools. Today there
is an unimportant paper which
(Continued on Pag* 10-E)
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APARTMENTS
900 West Ave., Miami Beach
Nathan S. Gumenick 532-3331
GERALD J. TOBIN
and FAMILY
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS
AND BEST WISHES TO ALL
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STANLEY KOBLER, Pres.
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7400 RED ROAD
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1402 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone JE 8-1486

At New Year
Gatherings
serve
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reman ..-..
From Our Esteemed Rabbi and Mashgichim
Rabbi Ben Zion Rosenthal
Rev. Chaim Kaufman
Rev. Yehuda Laib Dicker
TO ALL JEWRY
In America, Israel and Elsewhere
A Happy, Healthful, Prosperous
and Peaceful Rosh Hashona
zxMno kosbeR.
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2181 N.W. 10th Ave. Phone FR 1-6551
Mrs. Sadie Fagan
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HOLIPAY GREETINGS FROM
Roger French Custom Tailors
7209 S.W. 57th Ct., Miami
Phone 667-8768
"WHERE CUSTOMERS SEND THEIR FRIENDS"
I S. BERKEL FOOD MACHINES. INC.
Extends Season's Greetings to the Jewish Community
847 N. Miami Avenue, Miami Telephone 379-6432
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Phone 888-4661


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New Year Greetings Fro^
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STATION
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7500 N.W. 7th Avenue
Dial 6964431
RENAULT
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EVENINGS 665-4719
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
FROM CARL KAPLAN
Oliver Manor
Nursing Home
1255 N.E. 135th ST., N. MIAMI
PHONE 751-9791
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
ABERBACH'S
Mia'"i Beach's Only Complete Photo 8. Art Supplier
466 Arthur Godfrey Rd., Miami Beach 532-2716
1760 N.E. Miami Gardens Drive Sky Lake Mall 944-0697
(North Miami Beach)
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
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SEASON'S BEST WISHES
TO ALL
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EVENING WEAR
3546 Coral Way HI 3-6112
ASTFS RESTAURANT
FAMOUS ITALIAN CUISINE
463 Arthur Godfrey Road, Miami Beach, Florida
For Reservations 534-2470
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
PEGGY'S REALTY SALON, INC.
1637 Washington Ave. (at Lincoln Rd.) Miami Beach JE 8-1665
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
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280C Ponce de Leon Blvd., Coral Gables Phone 444-0470
To Our Many Friends A Most Happy Holiday
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NEW YEAR GREETINGS FROM
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TO ALL HAPPY HOLIDAYS
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Friday. September 12, 1969
vJewisli Fh>ridicnn
Page 5-E
\
A rabbi serving as a priori chaplain at a
;pdera] penitentiary has reported that all of
Jhe Jewish inmates usually attend the weekly
Sabbath services he conducts, in contrast to a
survey finding that very few of them attended
services even once a yeai before their incar-
ceration.
The psychology and Jewifh behavior of
such inmate was described by Rabbi Bernard
M. Cohen of Terrr Haute, Ind., in a recent
issue of the Bulletin of the Chicago Board of
Rat bis. Rabbi Cohen did not identify the penal
institution, but it was assumed to be the
iedcral penitentiary at Terre Haute. Rabbi
Cohen reported that the number of such in-
mates is usuaJIy small end that such Jews
usually aie involved in crimes categorized as
"white collar," involving fraud "and other
areas of manipulation, usually en paper,"
rfcthcr than crimes of violence.
Efforts to plan religious and other ]>astoral
services, Rabbi Cohen noted, must deal with
the fi.ct that Jewish inmates are often per-
sons with college degrees and with social con-
tacts jd the highest circles." Such prisoners,
"unlike the usual inmate who der.it s his guilt,"
admit their guirt.
Rabbi Cohen said that the centra! aspect
of his prog: am was the regular weekly Sab-
hath services:, adding that the regularity of
these services was essential because "the
habit-forming quality" of attendance "becomes
a central pivot-point for the men and the
program." Rabbi Cohen, who is a Reform
rabbi, said the sectarian religious approach in
his program was insignificant, explaining that
"the mere fact that Hebrew is an integral
part of the service and that the Torah B*rcM*
31 rves for a spiritual, prayerful kinship."
He reported that the skullcap and the
prayershau I also were essential for the func-
tion of separating, for the prisoners, "the
mundane from the holy." He added that this
was attested to by the fact that it was not
unusual for 25 inmates to come to a service
"insisting upon wearing the skullcap and the
prayershaw] so as to feel the special quality
of the service." Ho described as "another in-
teresting statistic" the fact that "a large
number of the men. after departing from the
penal institution, do maintain congregational
affiliation-; as well as some regularity in at-
tending religious services."
Another phase of tin- religious program Is
the holiday table. Rabbi Cohen stressed it was
not so much the nature of the holiday foods
for the occasion whici mattered as the fact
that the inmates issembled "as a community,
as a family." He said that the table also
represented to the Jewish inmate "a link in
the chain which binds him together with the
outside' society." The cooperation of the rec-
ognized Jewish organizations which help to
(Continued on Page 18-E)
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Your btnk < the
head of th Mail
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Capital Bancshares, Inc.
Walter L. Hartman
President
Member F. D. I. C.
F. R. S.
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1074 E. 2!*th St., Hialeah
Phone 696-5831
HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREETINGS TO All
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HAPPY NEW YEAR GREETINGS
to the
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PHONE: 538-9803
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PHONE 661-6406
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Holiday Greetings
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31 IS. and MRS. SAM SI II MY
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-s>u -.v-
-'VCT If
the last
day of
the year
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Editions it Miniut. tv58. English translation copy
1 MucGtbbon S Km. I960. Used with thr per-
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JEWELERS Harold Sehres and Sheldon Leider Stuart Sehres
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Miami 358-2485 Hialeah
TU 5-3831
THE INDIANER
FAMILY
Nina, Paul, Tamara,
Cindy, Bruce, Dorothy
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Best Wishes To All
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7220 S.W. 94th Place
Phone 271-7221
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INTERIORS
creators of decorative .
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Window Shade? Upholstery
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Visit Our Air Conditioned
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and 945-5329
819 S. 21 Avenue, Hollywood
East of Dixie Highway
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To All My Friends
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HOLIDAY GREETINGS
LOKRAYNE'S COIFFURES
6791 Miller Road Phone 661-1121
A HAPPY HOLIDAY TO THE ENTIRE JEWISH COMMUNITY
STAR CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
2484 S.W. 17th Avenue, Miami 445-7937
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865-0357
220-71st Street
MIAMI BEACH
SUNSET
CORNERS
HARDWARE
Paint and Building Supplies
Pipes Cut and Threaded
7050 SW 87th AVENUE
Ph. 271-9642
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MOTORS
1836 N.W. 36th Street
Phone 634-4567
1

HOLIDAY
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Miami, Florida
Phone 379-2771
best Wishes I
the Holidays
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1671 COLLINS AVE
Mr. & Mrs. Jack Muravchick
Holiday Greetings
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BUFFET CATERING
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Cold Cuts Appetizers
Home Made Specialties
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Phone 866-7077
ANN ARTS
COFFEE SHOP
Extends Best Wish-:
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Miami, Florida
Phone 681-9789


Friday, September 12, 1969
* Jewish noridfiain
Page 7-E
\
The summer was coming to an end.
The Jewish year was nearly over.
On the eve of Rash Hashanah, the
last day of that accursed year, the whole
camp was electric with the tension which
was .in all our hearts. In spite of every-
thing, Ahitv 'duy 'was ditterant from any
other. The last day of the year. The word
"last" rang very strangely. What If it
were indeed the last day?
They gave us our evening meal, a
very thick soup, but no one touched it.
We wanted to wait until after prayers.
Ai-the place ^of assembly, surrounded by
the -electrified barbed wire, thousands of
silent Jews gathered, their faces stricken.
Night was falling. Other prisoners
continued to crowd in, from able suddenly to conquer time and space
azid submit both to their will.
"What are You, my God," I thought
angrily, "compared to this afflicted crowd,
jaroclaiming to You their faith, their anger,
their revolt? What does Your greatness
mean. Lord of the Universe, in the face
o: all this weakness, this decomposition,
and this decay? Why do You still trouble
their sick minds, their crippled bodies?"
Ten thousand men had come tocattend
the solemn service, heads of the blocks,
Kapos, functionaries of death.
"Bless the Eternal ."
The voice of the officiant had just
made itself heard. I thought men pros-
trated themselves like trees before a
tempest.
"Blessed be the Name of the Eternal!"
Why, but why should I bless Him?
In every fiber I rebelled. Because He had
had thousands of children burned in His
pits? Because He kept six crematories
working night and day, on Sundays and
feast days? Because in His great might
He had created Auschwitz, Birkenau, Buna
and so many factories of death? How
could I say to Him: "Blessed art Thou,
Eternal, Master of the Universe, who chose
us from among the races to be tortured
day and night, to see our fathers, our
mothers, our brothers, end in the crema-
tory? Praised be Thy holy Name, Thou
who hast chosen us to be butchered on
Thine Altar?"
I heaTd the voice of the officiant rising
up. powerful yet at the same time broken,
(Continued on Pace 12-E)
s~/Vlaue>r ana C*lto$i y. L-jissenaanncr
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and AIRPORT LANES
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Miami, Fla. NE 5-0411
RAY BARBARINO, General Manager
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
TO ALL OUR FRIENDS
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Resort
\OTOR HOTEL
ON THE OCEAN AT 26th STREET
Miami Beach, Florida
BEAU RIYAGE
9955 COLLINS AVENUE
SAHARA MOTEL
18335 COLLINS AVENUE
CHATEAU MOTEL
19115 COLLINS AVENUE
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
COPJKABANA HOTEL
3611 COLLINS AVE -MIAMI BEACH
JE 1-5301
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and the
Koretzky Family
Wish All Their
Friends and Guests
A Very Happy
New Year
New Year Greetings From
HAROLD BOB GRUDER
of the
MONACO
MOTH,
17501 Collins Avenue
Miami Beach 947-3417
New Year Greetings
C0R0NAD0
MOTOR
MOTEL
Ft. Walton Beach, Florida
Ph. Cherry 3-8116
Holiday Greetinqs
1601 COLLINS AVE.
MIAMI BEACH
To Our Friends and Clients
The
Sands
Hotel
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
SHELDON
HOTEL
227 7th STREET
Miami Beach JE 8-7629
Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Lebofsky
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
to all our Friends & Patrons
JEFFERSON HOTEL
12115th St. & Ocean
MIAMI BEACH
Phone JE 1-1141
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and Hoppiff
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HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
SKYWAYS HOTEL,
2373 N.W. LeJeurte Road Ph. 633-8411
NEW YEAR GREETINGS TO ALL
NETHSRIAND HOTEL
1330 OCEAS DRiVZ MIAMI BEACH
Phone 534-4791
MR. & MRS. S'GMUND WEINTPAUB & FAMILY
A Happy New Year To Alii
COLUMBUS
HOTEL
BISCAYNE BOULEVARD
at
N. List STRICT
fO BEST WISHES FOR A
VERY HAPPY HOIJDAY
TANGIER
MOTEL
186th STREET ON OCEAN
VERY LOW RATES
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Happy New /ear To All .
FOUR FREEDOMS HOTEL
3800 Collins Avenue, Miami Beach
Phone 531-0741
GARDEN OF ALLAH
6484 INDIAN CREEK DRIVE
MIAMI BEACH
LEON M. ROSENBLUM
UN 5-9881
Holiday Greetings From .
KENMORE HOTEL
1050 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone: JE 1-6621
Holiday Greetings From.
MONTMARTE HOTEL
4775 COLLINS AVENUE
Phone JE 2-1731
Mr. Harry Weinberg
General Manager
Seymour Dresner, Manager
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
LUCERNE
HOTEL
4101 COLLINS AVE.
Miami Beach, Florid*
BEST WISHES FOR A
HAPPY NEW YEAR
SEA
ISLE
HOTEL
3001 Collins Avenue
Sincere Best Wishes
For A Happy New Year
To Oour Friends
MR. & MRS.
BERNARD CHARKOSKY
CAVALIER
HOTEL
1320 OCEAN DRIVE
Phone 531-7661
GREETINGS TO ALL
CADILLAC
HOTEL
Luxurious accommodations,
low rates, plenty of funl
532-4541
A Full Block On The Ocean
39th to 40th Sts., Miami Beech
|9AN AT 44th STREET MIAMI BEACH
Happy New Year and
Best Wishes To AH
PICCADILLY
HOTEL
Under New Management
220 23rd St. off Collins
Phone 531-6814
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
LOMBARDY
CENTER
LOMBARDY HOTEL
BEACH TOWER
LOMBARDY INN
63rd and COLLINS AVENUE UN 6-7761
SHERATON cBeac4
19400 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH, FLORIDA
AN-XELL HOTEL
700 EUCLID AVENUE -531-1191
BELVEDERE HOTEL
843 EUCLID AVENUE 531-1103
R1TZ PLAZA HOTEL
1701 COLLINS AVENUE-531-6881
MR. and Mrs. ROBERT JACOBS
JEMMY PAYTON LARRY PASKOW
AND THE ENTIRE STAFF AT THE
HARBOR ISLAND SPA
ON THE 79th STREET CAUSEWAY
MIAMI BEACH
EXTEND THEIR BEST WISHES FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
BALMORAL HOTEL
9801 Collins Avenue & Ocean
EXTENDS
A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
MAYOR SHERMAN WINN, Vice President General Manager
A HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
ivanhoe he
Oceanfront at 101st St., Bal Harbour, Miami Beach
LARRY CLIFF, General Manager
For Reservation 865-3511


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amid the tears, the sobs, the sighs of the
whole congregation:
"All the earth and the universe are
God's!"
He kept stopping every moment, as
though he did not have the strength to
iind the meaning beneath the words. The
melody choked in his throat
And I, mystic that I had been, thought:
"Yes, man is very strong, greater than
God. When You were deceived by Adam
and Eve, You drove them out of Paradise.
When Noah's generation displeased You.
You brought down the Flood. When
Sodom no longer found favor in Your
eyes. You made the sky rain down fire
and sulphur. But these men here, whom
You have betrayed, whom You have al-
lowed to be tortured, butchered, gassed,
burned, what do they do? They pray be-
fore You! They praise Your Name!''
"All creation bears witness to the
greatness of God!'
Once, New Year's Day had dominated
my life. I knew that my sins grieved the
Ftemal; I implored His forgiveness. Once.
I had believed profoundly that upon one
solitary deed of mine, one solitary prayer,
depended the salvation of the world.
This day I had ceased to plead. I was
no longer capable of lamentation. On the
contrary. I felt very strong. I was the
accuser. God the accused. My eyes were
open and I was aloneterribly alone in
a world without God and without man.
Without love or mercy. I had ceased to
be anything but ashes, yet I felt myseli
to be stronger than the Almighty, to
whom my life had been tied for so long.
I stood amid that praying congregatior.
observing it like a stranger.
The service ended with the Kaddish.
Everyone recited the Kaddish over hi?
parents, over his children, over his broth
ers. and over himself.
We stayed for a long time at the
c.ssembly place. No one dared to drcc;
himself away from this mirage. Then .:
wa3 time to go to bed and slowly the
prisoners made their way over to then
blocks. I heard people wishing one an-
other a Happy New Year!
I ran off to look for my father. And ct
the same time I was afraid of having lo
(Continued on Pace 14-E)
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of
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Leader in the South!
LILYAN
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WALL-CO IMPERIAL
'WALLTEX"
"IMPERIAL SCRUBBAL
GLENDURA'
7121 N.W. 6h AVE.
758-8791
A MOST HAPPY
NEW YEAR TO ALL. .
Le Bon Cleaners
& Laundry
Irving Kornicks
955 S.W. 8th STREET
Ph. 374-5214
SHEEHAN BUICK

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A very Happy New Year
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STONES ART
CENTER. INC.
1079 Kane Concourse
Miami Beach
Phone 865-5150
ORIGINAL OIL PAINTINGS
JOHN'S
Gulf Service
ROAD SERVICE
MECHANIC ON DUTY
Phone 681-9133
JOHN PASTORELLA, Prop.
N.W. 7th Ave and 125th Street
5730-1969
As you face the new year with vision and
courage, please accept the sincere wishes
of your many good friends here who
stand ready always ... to help you to
make your future brighter and happier
GREETINGS
To All Our Friends
BLY'S GARAGE
General Repairs
All Models
232 SW 2nd AVENUE
Phone FR 1-6804
IMPORT
FASHIONS INC.
7455 COLLINS AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
Phone 866-0039

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V AND IOAN ASSOCIATION O t MIA"' ^S*'
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Greetings To The
Jewish Community
ROSE SEPTIC
TANK CO., INC.
8293 N.W. 93id St.
Medley, Florida
Phone: 887-3594
COMPLIMENTS
OF
FRANK
W.
WHITK
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
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& LLaundrv
WORTH MIAMI
rhMt MU 8-9288
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1 GREETINGS TO
ALL MY FRIENDS and CUSTOMERS
.... from JUUUS KIS0IN
J & J DRUG DEPT. STORE
"CompUta Drug Department"
1410 N.W. 62nd STREET
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provide the foods, such as the Chicago Board
of Rabbis, "represents an additional {Bmenston
and transfer of values for the inmate who
,'s home, He rx- lias \b pppoYtunity of
participating and assisting "the family' by
contributing through the agency, so that hoii-
iys and other programs arc maintained at
institution" from which he has lx-en dis-
iharged.
H- described as "the third and most appre-
!'' program for the Jewish inmates "a
uterly retreat which draws a large attend-
from the general institution. The usual
jram consists '>i a film of Jewish content,
i> dis russion, <. speaker on a current
i topic, a box luncheon and a book re-
n i them of Jewish interest." rhe I
ragrams represent "a new kind of cul-
! exp?rience which these men
shared before in the routine of their
. in' lit ." Rabbi Cohen d< clared,
Special facilities include a Jewish library
and literature rack provided through govern-
ment funds and Jewish agencies which are
consistently used by Jewish inmates who show
i Strong desire to know about Jewish activi-
t Because of this interest, Rabbi Cohen
reported, he saves and makes available to the
rack his weekly Temple Bulletins, the month-
ly magazines from Jewish organizations and
"any other publications and material which I
receive." He cited specifically as among su;a
materials which the Jewish inmates read '
daily news report^ of the Jewish Telegr
A", n.>.
One special problem Rabbi Cohen found
was that the typical sermon is likely I l
hostility among prisoners when they feel I
ari being "'talked to rather than talked wi
Rabbi Cohen therefore creates, insto a i : ich
ins, "(Lai. jue expei ;< nces c m
cont< mporary concei n, as
the weekly Toiah portion." He said he
it sun : w often the known int ill
ts of such prisoners "overtake
v ons" i ; ed in the sai
': that .i si r ion I "1 ut withoul
til ty."
!' :. use mi st Jev isl institution
i h iplains arc i ontracti d on a pai t-ti
- I tween thi chap
and during vacations, However, he reported
the on-going program he directs "ci I -
enough momentum so that during these ilv-
sences, the men conduct their own services
and involve the new inmates, within the pro-
gram." ? ^
New Year Greetings
To Our Friends and Patrons
Jim Wood
Land Clearing
3085 N.W. 54th STREET
Ph. 635-6102
CARMEN
Beauty Salon
16295 BISCAYNE BLVD.
North Miami Beach
1604 WASHINGTON AVE.
JE 4-2900
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
SURFSIDE
PHARMACY
9500 HARDING AVENUE
SURFSIDE, MIAMI BEACH
PHONE: 446-2513
Happy New Year To All
NEWPORT
ANTIQUE
SHOP
2347 Coral Way
Miami 45, Florida
Call 446-1481
Holiday Greetings From
ACT If
EMMY SACKS
1352 Washington Avenue
Miami Beach
Phone 534-0001
Your Host BOB HANNA
Best Wishes for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
114 ARTHUR COD-
FRET RD., M.I.
PM. IJ:-1421
wo*
To All Greetings
JAMES L. ROPER, Prop.
C. & H.
ELECTRIC CO.
Motor Repairs
Complete Electric
Marine & Electrical
Service
1352 NE 1st Ave.
Phone 379-2967
Holiday Greetings
To our Friends and Clients
VEEMAS.GRAY
REALTOR
1135 N Krome,
Homestead, Florida
247-0857-247-8788
Holiday Greetings .. .
KUN1LANII
PET SHOP
Salt Water Fish Aquariums &
Tropical Fish. Monkeys,
Puppies, Hamsters,
Parrots, Etc.
11429 S. Dixie Hwy.
Phone 235-1821
A Happy New Year To All
Josefs
Pastry Shop
Winner of 1 st and two 2nd
Silver Medal?, in the
Culinary Art Show at
M.B. Auditorium 1960
1098 Normandy Dr., M.B.
HOLIDAY GREETINGS from .
MERIDIAN
APOTHECARY SHOP
Pr.Kripti.ri Spcialiit-i
1680 MERIDIAN AVENUE
Phone 538-0424
Happy New Year To All
CRAWFORD
ELECTRIC
3925 South West 82 Ave.
Miami, Florida
Phone 221-4632
DR. and MRS.
LOWELL D. ROSMAN
AND FAMILY
Wish Their Relatives and
Friends a
Happy and Prosperous
New Year
Happy Holidays to All
Our Friends and Clients
PONCE
SEED STORE
The House of Roses
226 ALMERIA
CORAL GABLES
HI 4-0491
to all my friends
in the greater miami
j^sh community...
i extend my sincere
good wishes for a
Happy New Year
Fincher
GREETINGS
DIXIE EQUIPMENT COMPANY
BAKER FORKLIFT TRUCKS MOTO-TRUCK
TRAVELUFT MAGLINE DOCKBOARDS
AND HAND TRUCKS
5136 NW 17th AVENUE Miami
Ph. 696-3652
Charles L. Waters, R.t.: Ph. 6*84545
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
JALCO Awning & Carpet Co., Inc.
741 N.W. 54th STREET, MIAMI, FLA.
Phone PL 4-5561
Aluminum Awnings Wall-to-Warl Carpeting
SERVICE
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
QUALITY GOOD Will
PITTSBURGH
CORNING
GLASS
BLOCKS
P-C
"GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE"
Distributors Libbey, Owens, Ford Giass Co. & insulux Glass Block
1601-1619 NW 7th AVE. Dial 379-0656
Miami 36, Florida
TELEX HEARING AID CENTER
31C Aragon Avenue, CoraJ Gables
Phone 444-4442
Greets the Entire Jewish Communit.
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
OUR WONDERFUL CUSTOMERS AND FRIENDS
ABBE VENETIAN BLIND INC.
MR. HARRY KESSMAN, Prop
25 N.W. 19rh STREET, Miami Phone FR 9-9751
HOLIDAY GREETINGS FROM
BERNEY'S RESTAURANT and
SANDWICH SHOP
2691 N.W. 5th AVENUE, MIAMI 634-3234


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- MIAMI -
Holiday Greetings
to the Jewish Community
Biscayne Lighting, Inc.
101 N.E. 54th ST. MIAMI
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CAUSEWAY
ELECTRICAL SUPPLY
721 5th STREET
On Miami Beach 538-2321
"Everything Electrical"
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Fine Potato Chip Co.
3341 N.W. 65th ST.. MIAMI
691-0231
All Window Repairr
Extends
Holiday Greetings
7813 BIRD RD., MIAMI
662-3339 226-0S63
Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Goldstein
and Daughters
DOROTHY and LOIS
of 1710 Bay Drive,
Isle of Normandy
Wish Their Relatives
and Friends
A Happy New Year
Compliments of
HERBERT L.
WEINER,
C.L.U.
INSURANCE CONSULTANT
19W. FLAGLER ST.
FR 1-1386
HOLIDAY GREETINGS
SID MARGOLIS and
MARK ROSENFIELD
GALLOWAY
PHARMACY
Discount Prescriptions
Charge Accounts Invited
7035 S.W. 87th Avenue
Miami-271-3081
Holiday Greetings From
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SHOPS
Five Stores To Serve You
New Year Greetings From
HAIR
DRESSERS, INC.
542 N.E. 82nd St., Miami
Open 7 Days and Evenings
Phone 757-2649
Happy New Year and
Besi Wishes To All
LABELS
UNLIMITED
3313 N.W. 7th Ave. Circle
Miami, Florida
Phone 633-8563
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Kessler
ORLANDO
BEAUTY SALON
No Fooling Orlando
Makes You Beautiful!
666-9733
MONDAY & FRIDAY 'lil 9 p.'m.
5718 S.W. 72nd STREET
(Sunset Drive)
Holiday Greetings From
PERKINS MARINE
LAMP & HARDWARE
16490 N.W. 13th Ave.
Miami, Florida
Phone 621-7525
A Happy New Year
To All Our Friends
CLIFFS
Reality Salon
1688 S.W. 22nd Street
Miami, Florida
Phone 443-5788
The treasures of the human
spirit and of Israel's ancient
tradition are reflected in the
face of a villager at Mosad
Aliyah, Mizrachi Women's
agricultural training center.
RABBI and MRS.
DAVID RAAB
and Family
Extend Be3t Wishes for a
Happy New Year
to Members and Friends of
TEMPLE BETH RAPHAEL,
Miami Beach
RABBI and Mrs.
SHELDON EDWARDS
and Family
Extend Greetings to Member-
and Friends of
TEMPLE BETH ISRAEL,
Ft. Lauderdale,
and to the entire community
TO ALL GREETINGS
Al Morris
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Starter & Generator Repairs
831 E. Okeechobee Road
Phone 888-4900 -------------------------------------------
RABBI A. BEN-HILLEL
and Daughter
Extend to the Officers
and Membsrs of
CONGREGATION
ETZ CHAIM
Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
JOSEPH A. GORFINKEL
offer heartfelt greetings to
Jewry everywhere and to
members of
Beth Moshe Congregation
of North Miami Beach
A Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
NAFTALI PORUSH
AND FAMILY
Extends Best Wishes to
YOUNG ISRAEL OF
GREATER MIAMI
And to All Jewry for
A Happy New Year
RABBI RALPH CARM:
and Family
Extend Best Wishes to the
Officers and Members of
Tifereth Israel
Congregation
For A Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
DAVID SHAPIRO
Extend Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the members of
TEMPLE SINAI
The Jewish Community Center
Hollywood, Florida
and to All Jewry
RABBI and MRS.
SAMUEL JAFFE
AND FAMILY
Extend Greetings to Members
and Fiiends of
TEMPLE BETH EL
Hollywood, Fla.,
And to All Jewry for
A Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
MORRIS A. SKOP
and Family
offer their best wishes to the
officers and membership of
TEMPLE BETH SHOLOM
OF POMPANO
for a Healthy and
Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
MILTON SCHLINSKY
and Family
Exfend heartfelt
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
to
Temple Adath Yeshuru-
and the entire community
RABBI and MRS.
CHARLES M. RUBEL
Extend heartfelt wishes for r
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the officers of
Temple B'nai Raphael
its members, and
affiliate organizations
RABBI and MRS.
MORTON MALAVSKY
Wish for all Jewry and parti :j
larly the members and officerf
of TEMPLE BETH SHALO! -1
Hollywood,
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROV3
NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
RICHARD M. LEVITON
wish the Jewish communi
of South Florida, and
paiticuarly the officers
and members of
TEMPLE EMANU-EL
OF FT. LAUDERDALE
A Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
SADI NAHMIAS
and Family
greet the members of
SEPHARDIC
JEWISH CENTER
on the occasion of the
New Year
MR. and MRS.
BEN SAKS
EXTEND TO OUR FRIENDS
A NEW YEAR
OF CHEER, AAAZEL AND
GOOD HEALTH
RABBI and MRS.
MAURICE KLEIN
extend a Happy New Yeav
to Members and Friends o
TEMPLE TIFERETH JACO"
and to the Jewish communi"
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Friday, September 12, 19B9
DR. and MRS.
JOSEPH R. NAROT
Extend to all Jewry and
particularly the members of
TEMPLE ISRAEL of
GREATER MIAMI
Sineere Wishes for
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
DR. and MRS.
IRVING LEHRMAN
and Their Children
Extend Best Wishes for a
JOYOUS NEW YEAR
to Temple Emanu-El
-ot .. and_. nra -
To All Their Friends of the
Greater Miami Community
The Course Of American-Israeli Relations
RABBI and MRS.
EUGENE LABOVITZ
and Family
Extend Best Wishes to the
Officers and Members of
TEMPLE NER TAMID
c id to the Jewish Community
for a Happy and
Prosperous New Year
DR. and MRS.
HERBERT BAUMGARD
and FAMILY
Extend Heartfelt
NEW YtAK GREETINGS
to the Members of
Temple Beth Am
SOUTH MIAMI
and to the
Greater Miami Jewish Community
DR. and MRS.
LEON KRONISH
and Family
Wish for the Members and
Cfficers of Temple Beth Sholom,
Jewry at large, and all
} amanity a year of fulfillment
and peace.
RABBI and MRS.
MAYER ABRAMOWITZ
and Family
Extend Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to the members of
Temple Menoroh
and to All Jewry
DR. and MRS.
MAX LIPSCHITZ
and Family
oi
Temple Beth Torah
Extend Best Wishes for the
New Year
to the entire
Jewish Community
RABBI and MRS.
TIBOR H. STERN
AND FAMILY
wish
JACOB C. COHEN
SYNAGOGUE
and its affiliate groups
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
(Continued from Pane ~-I>)
Egyptians decided that Israeli
ships created a security problem.
bra i received strong support
from the UJS. congress, which
oppost d an imposed and un-
realistic peace. Sixty-six of the
100 members of Hie Senate put
their signatures on a declaration
backing Israel's insistence on a
realistic settlement. So did 63flt
oi the House of Representatives.
Congress also appeared more
responsive to Israel than the
Executive Department on the
issue of desalination. In the
Spring of 1%4, President John-
son promised to undertake a
joint American-Israeli program
to desalt sea water. The tech-
niques developed would be shar-
ed with the world.
A series of negotiations and
feasibility studits ensued. But it
was not until January. 19t>8. a
few days before he was to leave
office, that Mr. Johnson put an
item in the budget to finance
such an undertaking. The new
administration removed the ap-
propriation, pending further
'study.*'
When tin- matter conic before
Congress, members appeared
RABBI and MRS.
SOLOMON SCHIFF
AND FAMILY
Extend Best Wishes to the
Officers and Members of
Congregation Beth El and to
the entire Jewish Community
for a Happy New Year
g nuinely concerned lest Israel
face a grave water shortage in
the li)TOs. Congress was aware
that Israeli know-how could de-
velop n. w techniques valuable in
meeting America's own needs.
Israeli scientists have worked on
water pollution, df!Tft fnTfTrHir**
other research programs vital to
American cities.
It was estimated that 1.200
Israeli scientists were engaged
in various projects of interest to
the United States government in
the past year. But as the Jewish
year drew to a close then- was a
decision by the State Depart-
ment and the Agency for Inter-
national Aid to phase out this
program of research projects in
Israel. These projects have been
conducted at a cost of S7-$S mil-
lion a year, payable out of the
P.L.480 counterpart funds held
by the United States in Israel.
These funds were to be di-
verted instead to maintain Arab
refugees in the Gaza Strip and
the West Bank. It appeared like-
ly, however, that the American
authorities would find some
other formula for financing and
continuing the projects in Israel.
A second late years-end de-
velopment was Israel's request
for U.S. government authoriza-
tion to purchase another 23
Phantom jets and another 80
Skyhawks in a long-range pro-
gram to insure continued Israel
air superiority over the com-
bined Arb*ar fleets. This ,..
quest was taken under consid-
eration by the Nixon Adminis-
tration.
As the Jewish year drew to I
close, the White House mad it
clear that the talks with Russia
were intended mainly to explore
Soviet intentions in the Middle
East. There were reassurances
that Israel would not be "sole
down the Nile." New considera-
tion was to be given to the de-
salting project. The President
was displaying his support aim
esteem for Israel by inviting her
Prime Minister as an official
state guest.
It appeared at year's end th;-1.
while American and Israeli in-
terests differed, such differenc -
were understandable and did not
represent a basic conflict. In-
deed, a mutual affinity appeared
to be growing as Israel reached
the maturity of her 21st year of
stutehood.
RABBI and MRS.
MORRIS A. KIPPER
and FAMILY
"xtend Best Wishes to the
Members and Officers of
TEMPLE JUDEA
/,s Sisterhood and the Greater
! liami Jewish Community for
a Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
JOSEPH E. RACKOVSKY
and FAMILY
extend Best Wishes for a
Ksivah Vachasimo Tovah to
the Officers, Members, Wor-
shippers and Sisterhood of
Congregation Beth Tfilah
and to Klal Yisroel
Bo-oretz U-Bagole.
To Members and Friends of
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE
A Very
HAPPY NEW YEAR
from
RABBI and MRS.
JONAH E. CAPLAN
and FAMILY
RABBI and MRS.
SOL LANDAU
and Family
extend to the officers, directors,
and staff of
BETH DAVID
CONGREGATION
Best Wishes for a Healthy
and Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
DAVID LEHRFIELD
and Family
greet the Jewish community
and membership of
Kneseth Israel Congregation
on the occasion of the
NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
ALEXANDER S. GROSS
and Family
MIAMI BEACH
Extend Best Wishes for
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
to the officers, directors and
members of the Hebrew
Academy and all its affili-
ated organizations and to all
Jewry.
RABBI and MRS.
ALFRED WAXMAN
and Daughters
Wish for all Jewry, and
particularly the Members
and Officers of
Temple Zion
A Happy and Prosperous
New Year
RABBI and MRS.
RALPH GLIXMAN
and Family
Extend Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
ic Members and Friends of the
TEMPLE OR OLOM
and to All Jewry
RABBI and MRS.
ABRAHAM
WEINSCHNEIDER
and FAMILY
wish a Happy New Year
to members of
Jacob C. Cohen
Community Synagogue
and to all of
Greater Miami Jewry
RABBI DR. and MRS.
ISAAC H. EVER
AND FAMILY
Wish for the Members of
Agudath Israel Hebrew Insti-
tute, its Auxiliary and the
Entire Jewish Community a
Year of Peace and Joy
RABBI and MRS.
BEREL WETN
AND FAMILY
EXTEND HEARTFELT
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
to the
BETH ISRAEL SYNAGOGUE
and Greater Miami
Greetings and a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
to Members and Friends of the
CUBAN HEBREW
CIRCLE OF MIAMI
RABBI and MRS.
DOV ROZENCWAIG
RABBI and MRS.
MAX SHAPIRO
Wish
CONGREGATION
BETH KODESH
its affiliate organizations
and Greater Miami Jewry
A Happy New Year
RABBI and MRS.
P. A. WEBERMAN
and Family
offer their very best wishes for
a Happy, Healthful, and
Prosperous New Year to the
officers and members of
CONGREGATION
OHEV SHALOM
and to Jewry everywhere
RABBI and MRS.
MAXWELL BERGER
Extend Best Wishes for a Happy
New Year to the Members end
Officers of
Temple Zamora
and its affiliated organizations
and the Greater Miami
Jewish Community
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RABBI and MRS.
AVROM L. DRAZIN
wish a Happy New Year
to members of
THE ISRAELITE CENTER
and the Jewish Community
of Greater Miami
RABBI and MRS.
RALPH KINGSLEY
Extend Best Wishes for a
Happy New Year
To The Members and all its
Affiliates of
TEMPLE SINAI
North Dade
And the Greater Miami
Jewish Community
RABBI and MRS.
SIMON APRIL
and Family
Wish for the Members of
TEMPLE BETH TOV
and for All Jewry
A Year of Peace and Joy
RABBI and MRS.
SHMAPYAHU T.
SWIRSKY
Extend to all Jewry -
ulaily the >.
Beth Jacob Con 3
and its affiliated organizations
A HAPPY AND PRl
NEW YEAR
RABBI and MRS.
ELLIOT J. WINOGRAD
Extend to the Officers
and members of
TEMPLE ISRAEL
of Miramar
Best Wishes for a
Happy New Year


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Miami. Florida. Friday, September 12, 1963
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