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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
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Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
September 19, 1969

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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"Jewish Flcnndliai
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
IVolume 42 Number 38
Miami, Florida Friday, September 19. 1969
Two Sections Pries 20c
5 Council Members Abstain From Vote
UNITED NATIONS (JTA)
m< mix ra of the Security
Council let their decision to a'j-
Stain from voting on Pakistan's
i, solution calling for Israel to
abrogate all measures and ac-
i ; it had taken to "alter the
si;,!, us of Jerusalem" and re-
ilng "th< established prin-
ciple that acquisition of territory
by military conquest is inaelmis-
siiii :.. known in advance.
; United States, Great
i in, Finland, Paraguay and
Colombia disclosed their plans
before the scheduled voting on
the resoluti.n which also con-
demned Israel for failure to
comply with previous Security
Council resolutions opposing the
integration of Fast Jerusalem
and called for a Security Coun-
cil meeting to consider further
action if Israel continues to re-
fuse to obey these resolutions.
Two other countriesFrance
and Chinawere reported to be
undecided.
Ambassador Charl< s \V. Yost.
sp< lied out the American posi-
tion -Monday morning. "We have
se'e n no shred of e vide nee to sup-
ie.it the allegation that the act
eif suspected arson which occur-
n d at the Karam-as-Sharif on
Aug. 21 was other than an I
vidual act. as di mented as it was
dastardly," he Bald, it w< i It*
he- most unfortunate' if the inter-
rational community, which itse II
shares a deep interest in J< rusa-
l.m's shrines, were- diverted
from formulating a positive re-
sponse to the present situation
by incitements cr allegations in
s.ipport of other objectives. This
TYiuncil cannot lend itse If to
such incitements or allegations."
Mr. Yost expressed approval
of the Israeli measures to inves-
tigate the fire, and its agree-
ment to admit Moslem experts
in connection with the repairs,
and told the Council, "We do
not consider it is appropriate
or desirable so soon again to re-
examine and pro.iounce upon the
status of Jerusalem or to link
1 ral fire in El Aksa
to the wh( It 1 i;. Arab-Israeli
f let The resolution before
the Council," he said, "should
havi i itsi if directly
and e?:cljsively with measures
'' r th< ai t< I ai repair and
i r< tectii n ol the Holy Places.
. : adequate
participation of Moslem repre-
sentative! --, going over
th( grcund covered during our
del at< i.'t J ;.' again."
Ambassad i Yosei T-.-koah ap-
pea d to rm mberi ol the Coun-
cil not to end the clelibeiations
on a note that ,. juld add to the
contn ..,-> s in th< Middle Fast.
"Our region has enough hostil-
ity," he said. 'It does net re-
quire another injection of acri-
mony. It pleads for voices of
calm and understanding.
"Th draft resolution." he
said, is not conceived in that
spirit. There is no reason what-
ever to reiterate at this stage-
known but strongly contested
. MB. It -s what unites we must
Thant Sees No Basis For Direct
Arab-Israel Talks At This Time
UNITED NATIONS
Secretary-General U Thant has
di dared that he sees no basis
lor direct Arab-Israe 1 talks at
this time. He said that he favors
them in principle, but that psy-
chological, emotional and politi-
cal factors do not make such
negotiations feasible now. He in-
dicated they will be held when
the time is lipe.
In a press conference on the
eve of the < ncning of the 94th
G again enelorsed the mission of his
special Mideast representative.
Dr. Gunnar V. Jarring, as an in-
strument for achieving peace.
The Secretary-General cited
the 1949 Rhodes negotiations
that led to an armistice as a
possible precedent for promoting
Arab-Israel talks. He recall, d
that U.N. mediator Dr. Ralph
iiunche arrang-ei indirect dis-
cussions be'twe'en the contending
partii s. At that time direct talks
w, re he Id and agreement was at
last reached, he said.
The Security Council's Nov.
2?. 19G7 res. lution. he recalled,
did not refer to direct talks bjt
spoke of "promoting agree-
m< nt." If Dr. Jarring is to s
ci ed in bringing about mutuality
of views, he' nrist have ideas and
suggestions in short, a clear
statement of positions fn
both sides. Mr. Thant said. ']
am always for exposure, contact
and communication by ail dis-
putants in any crisis situation,"
he declared.
In answer to a question about
the effect on the U.N. of mem-
ber stat- s" re fusal to implement
Security Council elccisions. the
Secretary-General, without nam-
ing any states, asserted that
Council resolutions are manda-
tory and that when a measure
is unanimous, it is necessary
that all of its previsions be- im-
I I mented. The unanimity of the
Big Powers and their willingm 11
to make sure that a resolution
is inr m-ntcd is iv c< ssary for
impleroentaticn, Mr. Thant said.
He voiced hope that such co-
i: i; alien would increase this
y. ar.
Cn th qui sV.cn of the sus-
pended Eie Foul Mideast talks.
Mr. Thant said, "If there is a
i. foi resum tion, I believe
the ta ; will resumed imme-
diately." TV-' talks were sus-
pcndei ing the outcome of
the American-Soviet bilateral
i iscussions, he said, and the So-
vie t Union had re-i lied in August
to U.S. proposals submitted in
July.
Mr. Thant said he had been
ai "ri that the Four Powers
believe the "tin* is not congen-
ial" for a F;g Four summit-level
meeting on the Mideast and
Other ar..i expressed the
hope that I (? Femr will be-
pin t ssions anew dur-
- General Assembly ses-
thi : reign ministers
11 feral -sir, govt in-
-. ire j New Yi rk,
Golda Meir's Visit Linked
With Bilateral U. N. Talks
WASHINGTON (JTA' -The
visit of Israel's Premi r Golda
Men- beginning Sept. 25 is being
iinked wil i p. tiding top It vt 1 bi-
b ral U.S.-Sovi( t talks on the
Mideast at the- United Nations,
State Department sources said
today. Mrs. Meir's presence in
the United St;'.t- s v.ill be "ex-
ploited" in an effort to dampen
down hostilities, the source said.
The hope was voiced that tho
simultaneous presence in the
United States of Soviet Foreign
Minister Andrei A. Gromvko
and Mrs. Meir might create an
Indirect dialogue conducive to
a better understanding between
the Arabs anel Israel and the
United States and the Sovii t
Union than now exists.
Secretary of State William P.
Rogers will meet with Mr. Gro-
mvko loth before and after he
and Presid nt Nixon meet with
Mrs. Meir. Prior to the Rogers-
Gromvko meeting in New York,
Soviet Am'assador Anatoly F.
Dobrynin is expected to meet
with Joseph J. Sisco, Assistant
f States foi N< ar
Ei .. .:;...- in Washin i
fficii hop that new
mom th< bilate ral and
Big F< Itiatives may be
achiev* d throi gh discussions
bi tweei Pr< sidt nt Nixon and
the Israeli premier. The State-
Department is rice tily concerned
about the possibility of an acci-
dental escalation of <.)ie; Israeli-
Arab confrontation in the Mid-
east. It was predicted that the
Nixon-Rogers-Meir agenda will
depend to a large extent upon
the Rogers-Gromyko talk.
seek, and not thai which
rat< s us. The resolution ri
exacerl ate the conflict u.-
introducing a single const ictive
li ment, a single impulse to-
ward understanding and oji.i--
al ion on a matt i on whii h un-
dei standing is pos sible ; I co-
operation sorely n< i l t. The
c yes ol the world are agai pon
the Si cui it Council, in ,. in
i xpectation that p hai i 'n i s
time it would find it possibl to
give encouragement to those
who do not want to tan the
flames."
Sneaking for the Soviet Union,
Ambassador Yaacov A. Malik
gave full support to the Pakis-
tan elraft res lution and de-
manelcd Israel's "unconditional
and immi diate compliance" with
iis terms. He said the Security
( ouncil m :st state that Israel
had moral and political respon-
sibility for the El Aksa lire. The
Soviet Union, he said, would
have preferred an even stronger
and more direct resolution.
The pro-Arab stance of the
15-member U.N. Security Coun-
cil will not I), changed by the
election of five nations to take
the Council seats presently held
by Algeria. Paraguay, Hungary,
Si negal and Pakistan, the Wash-
ington Post has reported. The
election of Syria, Polanel and
Nicaragua by the General As-
Continued on i rig* 8-A
Israeli Jets Blast Egyptian
Gulf Of Suez Positions
TEL AVIV iJTAi Israeli
.jets blasted Egyptian military
positions on the Gulf of Suez for
the thiid time- in as many days,
it was reported. Principal tar-
gets were Ras Ghareb and Ras
Zafarana, which wi re hit by Is-
raeli tanks arid armored infan-
try in a 10-hour raid Sept. P.
anel subsequently attacked a
by air.
The' aim of the continuing air
assaults, a military spokesman
said, is to prevent the repair of
radar and other military instal-
lations damaged by the first
taid. and also to demonstrate to
the Egyptians the vulnerability
of important military targets on
their soil, i Cairo claimed that
Israeli planes attempted to raid
positions on thr- Gulf of Sui /.
but were driven off, i
Egyptian violations of the
cease-fire in the Suez Canal zone
continued, a spokesman said. Is-
raeli I.t. Joseph Shaham was
fatally wounded by a sniper near
Kantara. near the northern end
of the canal.
An Arab saboteur was killed
and an Israeli settler suffered an
arm wound when guerrillas at-
tacked Nahal Golan in the Golan
Heights with bazookas, small
arms anel mortar fire. Another
Arab guerrilla was killed and
two Israeli soldiers were wounel-
id Sunday in a skirmish on the
Golan Heights which occurred
as Israeli soldiers were dis-
mantling a road mine. Another
mine was found on the Arab's
body.
Several 120mm mortar shells
were fired at Kibbutz Gcshcr
in the- northern Beisan Valley
Sunday from Jtirdanian terri-
tory, hut no casualties were re-
ported.
Haynesworth Choice
Opposed By NAACP
NEW YORK iJTA) The
National Association for the Ad-
vanci ment of Colored People has
said i's oppositl n to the ap-
pointment of Fed,-t-id Judge
Clement F. Haynesworth to the
U.S. Supreme Court was based
in par I on President Nixon's ap-
parent br ak with the tradition
of naming at least oni American
Jew to the high< st court in the
land.
In a resoluti n r leased lure.
the NAACP oard of directors
said that it -i ji cted to Judg
Hayni sw >i th. not only on the
basis of his "lamentable record
in civil right- matters," but also
his generally anti-labor rulings
in the past. In addition to those
considerations, the NAACP said,
is the refusal e>f the President of
the United States to follow the
"tradition of his eminent prede-
cessors, beginning with the late
Wcodrow Wilson, of recognizing
the vast political and social con-
tributions, particularly with re-
spect to our Ural institutions,
made by Jewish Americans.
"To recite the- names of Jus-
tices Brandeis, Cardozo, Frank-
furter. Goldberg and Fortas is
to recount major developments
and contributions to the legal
and political structure of the
United States over the past half
century," the resolution e-ontin-
ued. "Equally able Jewish law-
yers, judges ami professors are
among us.
"li mas a sad blow to the as-
pirations of all Americans for
Continued on Page 2-A
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Friday, September 19, 1359
Israel's Consul General in Atlanta, Moshe Gilboa (left),
presents a gift Bible to Ronald Higer, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Aaron Higer, 1334 SW 85 Ave.. the 700th student to enroll
in the Hebrew Academy cf Greater Miami. Looking on are
Rabbi Alexander Gross (second from right), principal of the
Hebrew Accdemy and Rabbi Ralph Glixman, chairman of
the administrative committee of the South Dade Branch of
the Hebrew Academy, where Ronald is a first grade student.
Haynesworth Choice
Opposed By NAACP
(Continued from Page 1-A)
fill participation of our people
in affairs of government," the
resolution said, "when the Presi-
cni of the United s:ai"s fail d
to appoint a Jewish American as
he filled not one but two va-
cancies in the last three months.
We fear, or at least wo suspect,
that this cavalier treatment of a
group of persons who have been
in the forefront of the fight for
protection for the rights of all
Americans is thought to i>
tified bt cai a after too lot
denial, ;< N< gro Ami 1 ican has
1,1-n appoint* 'l to the Supreme
1 Court ol th United States, it'
this r> ih.i political reasoning,
we 11:' ise 10 accept it. We re-
fus( to ;"i-lit such cynical poli-
. tics 10 require us to compete
with our fellow defenders of the
, rights of all people for a place on
the Supreme Court of the United
! Slates."
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Friday. September 19. 1969
* Jewish Fkrecfcajn
Paqe 3-A
Talianoff To Head
Florida ADL Group
Miami Beach attorney ami civic
leader George J. Talianoff has
been named chairman of the Anti-
Defamation League's Society of
Fellows for the State of Florida.
the society's national chairman.
].,, Schooler of Chicago, has an-
no Hired. Mr. Talianoff will pre-
side at the Florida group's Oct. 18
Founding Dinner in the Eden Roc
Hotel, with Sam A. Goldstein of
Miami Beach serving as cochair-
nian of the dinner.
A nationwide association of pro-
fessional, business and civic lead-
ers. I he Society of Fellcws aids the
Anti-D'famation League of B'nai
B'rith in campaigning, recruiting
new leadership and in charting fu-
ture growth by providing a soiree
| of iiii as, experience and support.
Members of th;' Society's com-
Imittee tor the Miami region in-
| tide William M. Alper. Walter A.
lApfelbaum, Mrs. Rose Arkin, Ber-
liHiil Auslein. Mrs. Bernard Au-
itfin, Sam Bolway. Morton P.
Brown, Mrs. Sally Dickert, Rich-
Em I M. Donath. Alfred Gold. n.
ljo Grossinger, Ernest Janis, Jack
*K.i --:'-' Samuel Kipnis. George
|Kroiiengold, Sidney Levin, Jay
Markowitz, Garson Meyer. Hon.
ire R. Nelson, Joseph Perl-
Stein. Samuel Pascoe, Barry Pot-
Ink Jack Rosenberg, Burnett
Rol Henry E. Schultz, Ben
Shindl t. Paul Seiderman. Jules
S i Jerry Sussman and Hen-
ry r Wolff.
Mi Talianoff, who has hern
closoh identified with the Anti-
Defnn ation League and its parent
organization, B'nai B'rith, is na-
tional chairman of the League's
Community Service Committee
and is a member of ADL's Na-
tional Commission. He served for
many years as chairman of the
I Florida Regie nal Board of the
! League and was also a membi i i I
i ADL's National Advisory Council.
' He is a past president o: the Flor-
. ida Stat" Federation of B'nai
' B'rith Lodges.
Active in a wide range of civic
' and philanthropic efforts. Mr, Tal-
I ianoff serves on the national coun-
cil of the Joint Distribution Com-
[ mittee and is a member of the
i board of the American Cancer So-
; ciety of Dade County. He is on the
| board of governors of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation and
serves as vice president of Temple
| Emanu-El, Miami Beach.
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torney general of the State of
Fl aida, Mr. Talianoff is a member
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County Bar Associations, and has
b( the bars of the states cf New York
and Florida as well as the U.S.
Supreme Court. H also sirves as
chairman of the Charter Review
and Revision Board of the City of
Miami Beach.
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Volume 42
Friday, September 19, 1969
Number 38
7 TISHRI 5730
Better Late Than Never
The meeting of local organizations this week to plan
a program to combat Arab propaganda is long overdue
but better late than not at all in this situation.
There is little guestion of the destructive effect of the
expensive campaign carried on by the Arabs and, although
there has not been a local survey, the latest Gallup poll on
British attitudes towards Israel and the Arab countries
would seem to cover what we know of the American pic-
ture. Two years ago. 59 percent sympathized actively with
Israel today only 36 percent have that attitude. Some of
this, of course, has to do with Israel's new role as a victor
and its policy of hitting hard in response to the "little" Arab
aggressions.
It is obvious that Israeli public relations in this country
must be improved, particularly on college campuses. While
theoretically this would appear to be a simple matter, now
that the key Jewish organizations have been alerted, in
practice it will prove difficult. But when one considers that
many of the finest public relations men and organizations
are Jewish, the only difficult part of the task, it would seem,
is to get them moving with paper and ink while the Israelis
are doing their share with bullets and blood.
South African Commercialism
South Africa, it has been reported, has joined the
munitions-profit league with the planned sale of anti-aircraft
missiles to Lebanon. What makes the news all the more
ironic is that the missiles are not manufactured in that
nation, which somehow managed to get into the selling
business despite a United Nations arms embargo against
her.
The large Jewish community of South Africa is under-
standably bitter about the reports, while the leadership
of the government opposition has made plain their view
that "As a callous piece of commercialism it's unforgiv-
able." Munitions business obviously knows no national
loyalty, for most of the Arab states are not on friendly
terms with South Africa.
Views Aired On Radio Can Do Harm
The escalation of the crisis in the Middle East is being
matched, it would seem, by the escalation of talk about it
on the local air waves. While the danger of Israel becom-
ing involved in a full-scale war cannot be compared with
the danger of the loose language we are being subjected
to, nonetheless the potential for damage to the cause is
there.
One can hardly demand discipline, let alone intelli-
gence, from those who seem to spend their days tuned to a
radio station listening toand spoutingnonsense about
the Arab-Israel problem. The Jewish community, however,
has a right to demand a modicum of understanding on the
part of those who conduct the programs on these radio
stations. It is not their hostility to Israel that concerns us so
much as their inability to remain silent on subjects of which
they are ignorant, or to control the oftentimes idiotic state-
ments made by their callers.
Our hope is that those Jews who feel impelled to rush
to the phone to air their war-like views may realize that
they are doing harm, not good. Since it seems to be good
business for the radio stations, we doubt that they can
look beyond their profits.
Comment
by EDWARD COHEN
Although old Communist-
hunter Richard Nixon might not
consider the comparison a com-
pliment, my first impression <>f
liis in w administration was that
he was about to follow Lenin's
apologetic line in Blowing up the
revolutionary process of the
Soviet Union in the early 1920's.
Two steps forward and one
backward progress slowly but
sun ly seemed to me aii accept-
able policy, especially when one
had been prepared for only the
retrogressive movement of a
man whose career had been
Reared to looking back over his
shoulder. Rut the signs are quite
clear now that Washington is
moving in the opposite direction
of progress with giant steps and
hardly making a move forward.
Short clippings of small budg-
et cuts tell some of the story.
Dr. Szent-Gyorgi, Nobel prize-
winner, has had a $120,000 grant
cut off from his cancer research,
giving him only enough, he says,
to work alone with his two
hands.
Dr. Michael DeBakey tells of
the slash in his heart research
budget of several hundred thou-
sand dollars, which will delay
by many years significant work
on this oilier major killer of
Americans.
The Federal Drug Adminis-
tration sounds the alarm about
dangerous drugs which go on
the market Ix-fore they are well
checked because of insufficient
funds for stall. Instead of $267
million to promote the Highway
Safety Act, there is $92 million.
Two and one-half millions were
authorized to augment a law
passed to protect the public
from flammable cloth and house-
hold furnishings. One-tenth of
the amount authorized $250,000
- was actually appropriated.
11 you look closely enough at
your daily newspaper, the evi-
dence is there, not of progress.
but of the slow erosion of gov-
ernment concern for the health
and welfare of the American
people. Not all of the blame, of
course, should be placed on the
Nixon administration. The Con-
gress, which often passes good
consumer protection laws after
much pressure and to great ap-
plause, has also played a major
role in making this protection
virtually meaningless by its fail-
ure to appropriate the funds
needed to make them work.
But it all comes back to the
fundamental philosophy of this
administration, confused as it
si ems to be in many ways, in its
order of national priorities.
Nothing seems to illustrate this
better than the fact that neither
the war nor the space budgets
are affected in any meaningful
way by their small economies in
the same fashion as the health
and welfare programs. We ap-
pear to be headed for Mars, if
possibly delayed a few years by
space cuts, and we have lost
none oi our ability to over-kill.
but how many will die because
:h have
ime of
choose
led at
' Dr.
is IV-
inother
'.< orge
used a
. cheni-
would
ss.
that in.
i of the
d. Full

heart and cancer res
been curtailed in the
economy? And, how-
to economize was i.
the same session vv
Szent-Gyorgi told ol
search reduction whe
Nobel prize-winner, I
Wald reported that he
grant offered to develo
leal warfare agent vvr.
cause temporary bin;
(>ne can hardly den
flation is a serious com
nation and must be cut
employment, the econ -is i,n
us. creates inflationary 'essure,
The announced cutbac in gov-
ernment construction aimed
at reducing pressure at this
point, even if other r ns are
assigned. But iinemp! menl is
a disaster precisely foi te peo-
ple who can afford it least, while
Nixon's agreement to Con-
gressional proposal f tax re-
duction will provide v.: money
for private consumptio I > those
who need it less, also .-. I ling, it
would seem, to the v: ationary
problems.
Thus, tin' priorities I >r unem-
ployment rather than I ixes, for
death materials rathe: an re-
search for life, for spa flights
rather than safety at h have
bi come clearly i stabli- 1.
Those who are i mcerned
should know that wi can not
much longer avoid making the
choice our tradition ol us ,it
this time: the choir twi i
life and death.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
AP BAC, Long An Province
This battered but still pretty
village, with its ancient pagoda,
is a former place of terrible ill
omen. Ap Bac, by its winding
river, was the scene of one of
the earliest and most sanguinary
defeats of the South Vietnamese
army, which was the prelude of
American intervention on the
ground in Viet Nam.
Furthermore. Ap Bac was an
exceptionally unhealthy place to
visit until only a few months
ago. The enemy's losses in Long
An Province have been the
heaviest in III Corps, because
North Vietnamese command-
ers here have tried to stand and
light lor the Viet Cong "liber-
ated an as."
"Take Ap Bac," said Lt. Gen.
Julian Kvvell. reviewing the III
Corps situation for me. "We
could go in there once a week
and get a damn good fight every
time, until the other side began
to give up on Can Giouc district.
That made finding the enemy
pretty easy. But there aren't
many places like that in III
Corps nowadays."
Now. however, as the little
helicopter hovered downward, a
large and downright genial dele-
gation was waiting to greet the
chief of the America civilian
effort in 111 Corps. Foi ;'' Si
ice officer Charles W tehouse.
Choppers at any rate ireaWe
choppers are a new I v here"
aDOUtS, SO there wel'e '"' S 'if
waving, cheering child: h< iog
held back by assort' 'i. mr>-
mese and Americans h ' "I
the pacification prOgl
Whitehouse had eon I cele-
brate Ap Bac's recent 'lassifi-
cation in the prevail" valua-
tion system, from (still
contestedi to "C" (as cure ;>s
you can get with enc "<
in the general neighbor] u I, ^J
the newly-reconstructed school
had to be inspected, th
only just reopened, I
pointed out. the old pr:
pagoda had to be ca
and the regional fore'
to IH'
I in his
1 upon,
II
that is based at Ap Ba lad '*
be visited.
It was, if you thou:: about
it. a rather moving mo rot XP
Bac had all but beer. w ltd
under the VC, but now I le rcf*
gees were flooding ba
by the hundreds, the 1:
being tilled once more,
ing boats were on the
the little market place
of life.
The Vietnamese dis
and his American cot
were obviously delight wel-
come Whitehouse. for >s i"1
admired figure in his iait baili*
wick. But the chance t I lo busi-
ness was much too good to mis*
So the reopened road- and tW
rebuilt bridges were quicktf
noted Ix-fore going on to tM
main theme the things (till ia
he done: the dikes broken by tM
VC which had to lie iv oml t<*
keep salt water from t. fieloSi
the extra rooms that USl l'1'
added to the new sci. ilhouse,
the dispensary that had io be re*
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is w.ie
i tisli-
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Friday, September 19, lp,p,g
Bureau To Honor
Albert E. Ossip At
Its Annual Dinner
Albert K. Ossip. retiring presi-
dent, will be honon d at the ?7th
annual dinner of the Bureau of
Jewish Education in thi Fontaim -
bleau Hotel Nov. 23. when the in-
stallation of newly-el< ct< d aft*
will also take place. An i vening
of dancing and entertainment wil!
be Included in the gala dinner, co-
chairmen of which are I'"' arel Gil-
bert ami Mrs. Henry B. Wernick.
Ticket chairman is Max Marin.
A resident of Miami B< ach sii ce
1940. Mr. Ossii who is president
of the Ossip Insurance Agencv
came to America from Poland in
1921. He obtained his B.S. degree
at New York University's Schi
ol Commerce, an 1 ;s a veteran <>t
World War II.
\ mi mber ':' 'Pi mi le Emanu-
El's boaid oi directors, Mr. cissip.
who has served as on sident of the
Bureau of JVw.sh Education for
three years, is a past vice presi-
dent of its Brotherhood. A vice
president of the Southeast Region
ol ZOA. he is past president o! the
ZOA President's Council of South
Florida, and of the Miami Beach
Zionist District and a past com-
mander of the Jewish War Vet-
erans.
The chairman .! t!.- Property
Staff Member Resigns, Criticizing
U.S. Civil Rights Commission Policy
WASHINGTON (JTAI -Do-
mingo Reyes, a staff m unber of
the United Stat Ri8
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last weekend, has Issued a state-
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dominated C mmiss bla
oriented to the aim it ta
elusion of theChican > (h'.r.xi
American' ami th i -'
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Mr. Rey w to
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director i t th --' '
Mexican-American Division, said
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22.5 Million Foreign Currency
Purchase Bolsters Reserves
WASHINGTON (JTAi The
International Monetary Fund
has agreed to an Israeli govern-
ment purchase of the equivalent
of $22.5 milli n in foreign cur-
n notes, it was announct d. The
purchase will lx> used to lesson
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Th. newly-* lected officers of the
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Ell, Harold Thurman, Melvyn B.
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I
Tour Freedoms' To
Donate X-Ray Unit
'I'!,. ,;' Freedoms Civic Clubs
of .v.. i leach have umlortakcn
toe '"' i,R X-ra>" diagnostic
unit '*-' Bonem Medical
Centct Ramleh, Israel, Dr.
Mj(. i pn sident of the
isi.,,. iflnil Council of South
|. i< h spoi si,is the medi-
tias am ounccd.
|i h c\ ntei is '
1,1,. ii Miami J< w is1,
i, I operated by the Kupal
11, |i ical arm of the Hls-
t}.,,: ; I- ie;'s labor f d< ration,
wli :!' all I i mi lical
,.,. 2,000,000 Ism
adi I tiding in the rehabili-
tali < i immigrants.
1 Sj hi, executive director
) oi th F i Freedoms Civic Clubs,
Bid i' ganization was contrib-
ui. ''" Histadrut M< dical
Pund i support and strengthen
Ihv pei ; i Israel. By contribut-
ing in Israel's cause, we can help
Inainta e way of life in that
(ri mtrj i i the same time, con-
tribut< I reedom everywhere."
'! i-- '. fd, Mr. Sahl continued.
| th.it the i mtribution will inspire
other civic clubs in Miami Beach
to help pi .i(ic funds for the vital
needs <; the people of Israel
through the South Florida Council
it,: Mi,. -;. rvices and Vocation-
al Ti-i in Israel.
'Hello Dolly' At Barry
Th< rl: ,i:, College production of
'"Hell is scheduled for the
weeki i i Nov. 7 and Nov. 14,
undei ll lin ction of Sister Marie
Carol, O.P., chairman of the
speech B drama department.
v. ill, SisU'i Marie Madonna. O.P..
din cl I i music.
The State ol Israel Is about
1/AOOfi Die size ol the Arab
speak::;, world.
Book Relates Story Of Eshkoi, Nation
Philip
Civic
diacrn
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Israel
projee
live d
Schl left), executive director of the Four Freedoms
Clubs of Miami Beach, presents check for an X-ray
osiic facility at the Elsie Bonem Medical Center in
;'-., Israel, to Edward Tumaroff (center), director cf the
Histadrut Council ot South Florida, sponsors of the
1 Looking on is Morris D. Krieger, associate execu-
irector of the Four Freedoms Clubs.
"Eshkoi: The Man anil The Na
tion" by Terence Prittie is a book
t relating the moving, earthy story
of both the man and the nation he
helptd to create and nurture
through hardship, crisis and war.
Through face-to-face interviews
with Mr. Eshkoi and other Israeli
and Kur-opean leaders, Mr. Priiti,.
an expenenci rj ai alysl ol Middle
; East and Central Europi an affairs,
has captured the ssenci and the
growth of the man, Levi Eshkoi,
his strength, loyally and enthus-
iasm, from the time ol his de-
I parture from South Russia to his
, levation to Isra< I's highest politi-
cal of! I e,
Mr. Eshkol's founding of the
liisi kibbutzim, his close relation-
ship with David Ben-Gurion, his
climb to th, position of Minister
"; Agriculture, ther tn Minister of
Finano a: ri Finally the rise to the
posl of Prim.' Minister through
the Lavon affair (which thus gets
its first i"ll public recounting) are
graphically described in "Eshkoi:
Thi Man and The Nation," iPit-
i lan, 36 ; ag< s, $7.951.
4 Airlines Turn Down Syrian Invitation
NEW i RK (JTA)Four in-
ternational airlines have reject-
ed Syria i ln\ itatl >n i i a >n I a
delegation to the official openii j
of its new $45 million jetport in
Damascus in response to an ur-
gent appeal from the Confer-
ence of Presidents of Major
American Jewish Organisations.
Yehuda Heltman. executive di-
rector of the Presidents Confer-
ence, said Air France, Alitalia.
BOAC and Lufthansa did not
send missions to take part in
the ceremonies opening the
largest jetport in trie Mideast.
The Presidents Conference
had charged the Syrian govern-
ment was "an active accomplice
to air piracy" and declared that
any airline participating >> the
ceremoni s w luld be "condon-
ing trie Syrian government's
action in rel ising to release I o
Israeli passengers from a TWA
i to Damascus last
. Ara 3 terr irists.
A stal : blic by a
iatan f.jr Alitalia explain
any's '-.tion. "Aliia I I
along with the entire air trans-
port v.'. iastry is on record in the
strongest possible terms deplor-
ing any interference with lawful
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* Jen is* ncrSdH^m
Friday, September 19,
1963
MARIAN SNEIDER
Happy Memories Of Josh White
Two years have gene by since
i',o night we boarded a plane at
Lob Angeles Airport bound for
iami. The plane was scheduled
1 leave on time. We fastened
< ir seat belts. At the moment
nen we expeeted to depart, the
ewardeas announced that there
MMtfl
uld iii- a 15-minute delay. We
aited. Then she announced
- tat we would be delayed for an
1 iur and if we cared to leave
5 Members Abstain
From Council Vote
(Continued from Page 1-A)
.Hided Israel's "unconditional
- mbly this fall is regarded as
rtualh certain. Tanzania and
igo are contesting the election j
Burundi and Sierra Leone.
iich haw been endorsed by the
reign ministi is of the Organi-
se lion ol African Unity.
Algeria's departure "ill re-
ovc the African member must
immitted to the Arab cause
. urn the Council. Mm Syria's
bstitul ion for Pakistan will
placi a stat< inclined to com-
I'omise with one ol Israel's
'is' a. 1.1 Arab c ncmies. And
e substitution of Poland for
gar> will bring a nation
lich has waged an official
nti-Zionist" crusade at home
i l'a rears into the Council.
the plane, we should do so.
Stan saw the handsome Negro
first and nudged me.
i "Isn't that Josh White?"
And so it was the folk singer
whose ballads wore as much a
part of me as his guitar was
part of him.
As he passed us. he smiled.
'Would you like to have a
drink with us in the terminal?"
Stan asked, looking up.
"I'd be delighted. We've got
time to kill, so we might as well
be happy and do it together." he
said with a hearty laugh. Josh
loved to laugh.
We walked into the terminal
talking of the inconvenience of a
late plane to a performer headed
for a concert. But Josh was re-
laxed. This time he was coming
to Miami to visit friends; he
could lie late and it would be
all right.
The hour became five, a delay
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during which Josh White, who
for us had in the past been only
I an intensely moving performer,
; became a delightful friend.
The time passed quickly be-
cause of him. He was unruffled,
' gay and full of laughter. Al-
though ho brought his guitar
! with him off the plane, ho didn't
sing. We were reluctant to ask.
We finally boarded another
plane. Stan and I sat together.
Josh sat across the aisle from
us. It was late, and soon after
take-off the hum of voices start-
ed to subside. It had been a long
night and people were beginning
to fall asloop.
Josh took his guitar out of its
case. Sitting on the arm of his
seat, he began very quietly with
"Apples, Peaches and Cherries."
He was generous singing all the
sonys I had ever heard him do.
and many that I'd never heard.
We were enthralled.
A few days after our return
to Miami, we arranged an eve-
ning with friends. Josh brought
his guitar and sang through the
evening, loving every moment of
his gift to us.
Josh White died last week at
much too early an age. He was
61. But had he been 161, it
would still haw been too early.
For us he is gone, but his
music will sound in our hearts
forever.
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paired, and so on and on.
Suddenly, one had a sense that
the seemingly empty phrase,
extension of government con-
trol." had a wry rich and human
meaning a meaning, it must be
added, that was easily observed
in two days of traveling with
Whitehouse over his wide do-
main. Hut. one asked, is it real?
Is the security durable? Could
the VC knock it all down again'.'
II the VC is correctly defined
as local South Vietnamese wed-
ded to the Communist cause, the
answer is that the Viet Cong
hasn't got a chance in Ap Bac.
In the larger village complex to
which Ap Bac belongs, there are
only three or four guerrillas re-
maining; known by name, they
live in the nipa palms along the
streams, always in danger. Can
Giouc district as a whole has
been all but cleared of village
and hamlet guerrillas, and the
district's remaining VC local
force company is so puny that
without North Vietnamese re-
inforcements, it will soon dis-
appear.
But one cannot forget the fact
that the North Vietnamese ha\,
be< n fighting harder for Lon.
An Province than for iwighbc*
ing Hau Nghia or f,- Pjjr(|
Tuong. They have a wholi
ment here, plus a long serii -
battalions. None of these fab
Northern units can operate. an!
longer, in groups of more thai,
six to 12 men. But they are
hanging on tenaciously, and th
heavy North Vietnamese pre*
ence in turn explains why Can
Giouc is still an exceptional dis-
trict by Long An standards.
If the pressure is maintained,
the days of the First North Viet-
namese Regiment and its at-
tendant battalions in Long An
are plainly numbered.
But the job in Long An Prov-
ince, so well begun, noncth
cannot bo left half done, or even
Ap Bac's newly-won peace and
prosperity will be threatened
not by VC, but by North Viet-
namese. And per contra, if the
job in Long An is finished, the
whole province will look like Ap
Bac, and indeed far bettor than
Ap Bac today, where the people
still cannot quite forgot thos>
North Vietnamese troops.
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Friday, September 19, 19
33
Between You and Me:
By BORIS SMOLAR
The Whole Nation Fights The Enemy Within
ISRAEL NATURALLY is very
much alert to border provoca-
tions, keeping a watchful eye on
the enemy at the Suez Canal, on
the Jordan and the Syrian borders.
But enemy agents inside the coun-
try require even greater alertness.
Combating enemy attempts at
the front is one thingthe invisible
enemy inside the country is quite another. He can
sneak explosives into sensitive or public places un-
noticed, and place time bombs without being dis-
covered. He presents danger to the Israeli people in
unexpected place*. You can fight the Arab terrorist
groups ulvn they are concentrated in Jordan or
Syria or Lebanon. You can bomb them out of their
positions or even attack them in hand-to-hand fight-
ing. The fight against individual terrorists inside
[srael is not so simple, however. You have to dis-
cover him first. They usually work singly or in pairs
and are extremely difficult to distinguish from Jew-
ish immigrants from Moslem lands.
Caution against the inside enemy is high on Is-
rael's priority list. There are police roadblocks on
every road. Policemen in groups stand at these
highway posts and check any car or truck that
arouses suspicion, look at drivers' licenses, examine
bundles, and ask questions. Sometimes suspicious-
Icoking Arabs arc detained even when they are rid-
ing donkeys or traveling on foot.
Not only the police and military are alert against
terrorist activities, but also taxi drivers, doormen in
theaters and movies, salesmen and salesgirls in
stores, and even children in schools.
A Tel Aviv mother tells me proudiy that her
nine-year-old son is the "captain" of a team of chil-
dren who report to school each morning 15 minutes
before the other pupils to inspect the premise! I u
anything that may have been placed on the school
grounds during the night. Anything suspicious a
paper bag. tin can. a pencil or even a < 1
when the final inspection was carried out the pri -
vious day is reported to a teacher who hn- 1
trained in explosives. Demolition expi rts 1 le the
matter if the teacher finds the object really sus
Israel's taxi drivers are especially watchfu!, m 1
seem to have an uncanny ability to "smell out" jus.
picious characters. Civilian car owners are !
their eyes open alsothey immediately not
police of an improperly parked carwhich c r
dicate the presence of Arab terrorists wh .
know the parking regulations.
The fact that the entire Jewish populati .- ,,,
the lookout against the internal enemy does
c'icate a feeling of nervousness so much ,.
presses the determination of the whole nat .,
defeat the Arabs inside the country as u, ; .
keep the Arab armies outside the countrj h
Arabs in Israel sense the suspicion with ;.,.i,
they are regarded, and few of them are now -
ihc Jewish section of Jerusalem to w
had flocked after the city was reunited, dis:
new world. No longer are they seen in th
admiring the lobbies of the big .
n ows of stores in Tel Aviv. App reni
avoid suspicion by staying away fron J
ealities. or are being terrorized by their
Israel Newsletter
By CARL ALPERT
i
BOOK REVIEW
By Seymour B. Liebman
Problems By The Dozen
The Guilt Merchants
#OM KIFI'l R is a time for looking
forw ird as well as backward. Each
year at this time we face up to the1 12
major problems which will confront Is-
rael in the year ahead. From year to
ye 1'. some problems move higher or low-
er on the list; sun" disappear, new ones
take their place. These arc the major
challenges Israel faces in th.' coming 12
months, in the order of their importance, as we see it.
1. Pursuit of Peace. What seemed alluringly close fol-
lowing the victory of June. 1987, now seems to have i"e-
ceded further from oar grasp. This is Israel's No. 1 prob-
lem. All else 1- indary.
2. Internal Defense \gainst Terrorism. Saboteurs have
Our Film Folk:
By HERBERT G. LUFT
prj
Ir^^F'
ialL
Kramer Signs Pact
A PACT has be -n signe I by
Stanli y Kt imer ind C ilum-
. tud [or two pictures. The
first is R P.M. (th k is
pa 1 >l the title an the letters
i for "revolutions per min-
1 v of campus turmoil
Anthony Quinn starring as a
college dean beset by student un-
rest. Rod Stei ling Is on the final draft of the semen-
play after nine months of research. Kramer's second
production will be a music:! remake of Cyrano de
Bergerac," from the romantic French el issic by Leo
Rostand. A light-hearted romance with songs and
dances, the new musical is being scripted by Erich
Segal: Oscor-winner Michel Legrand is the composer
with Johnny Mercer as lyricist. Choreography will
be by Academy Award-winner Onna White.
Tony Curtis has begun filming "The Dubious
Patriots." an adventure-thriller based on an original
screenplay by Leo Gordon, in Istanbul. Turkey. Co-
starring, under Peter Collinson'S direction, for pro-
ducer Gene Corman, are Michele Mercier and
Charles Bionson Lou Greenspan, executive di-
rector of the Producers Guild of America, spent
three weeks in Russia is special assistant to Jack
Valenti at the Moscow Film Festival. He had many
interesting experiences, including being arrested in
Odessa for taking photographs of street cleaners.
His knowledge of Russian gained his release, when
he was able to explain his connection with the offi-
cial delegation to the Moscow Film Festival .
Edward G. Robinson. Jr.. has been signed for the
role oi China Bate-, a sailor in the U.S. Navy, in
the Hal Wallis comedy "Norwood" to be released by
Paramount. Kim Darby and Glen Campbell will co-
star in the movie directed by Jack Haley. Jr.. for
which Piul Nathan is associate producer Elaine
May is directing the filming of "A New Leaf" on
location in New York in which both she and Walter
Matthau are appearing Howard W. Koch will
produce the motion picture version of Neil Simon's
smash Broadway hit play. "Plaza Suite" for Para-
mount Pictures Director John Frankenheimer,
producer Harold Cohen and executive Edward Lewis
will go to Tennessee for the filming of "An Exile,"
based on the novel by Madison Jones with a screen-
play by Alvin Sargent and Gregory Peck playing
the central role.
not succeeded in rousing terror among the Israelis, 11 t
their hit-and-run attacks on civilians have made p. con-
stant alert and scrupulous vigilance n< cessary.
3. The Labor Front. Maintenance of economic stal il-
ity is no less important than military strength. lr.t<
stability is endangered by labor unros\ wildcat Btri
and widespread demands for across-the-board pay raises.
4. Normalisation of Arab Life. In s] t, oi man} 1
ocations, Israel must continue to maintain normal social,
economic and local political life in the occupied areas.
3. The Fiscal Structure. The continuing unfavorable
balance of trade and devaluations overseas put tin Israel
Pound under great pressure. Exports must rise, or gOV<
ment expenditures be cut. and wages must hold steady in
order for it to maintain its fixed value in hard currency.
. Relations With The U.N. This probl< m is on the
list for the first time this year. With thi
-tacked against it. Israel must learn i: W t read t< 1
consistently hostile and antagonistic United Nal 1
which resolutions of censure, if not act,.. -. aii
adopted without concern for truth or : 1st 1
7. Internal Polities. The nationa I 1101 t '
October may solve some problem-. I ut i :i h -t ci rtain
to create others. Israel's outmoded electoi systi
courages political fragmenti/ation and rival] -.
8. Immigration and Integration.Th< real]
be to provide for proper absorption and int- grat: n ol the
50,000 Jews it Is predicted will emigrate in thu yet
!). Public Relations. What has happened t I- ; -
image abroad? Must one be the underdog in ordei I
gain the world's approval and good will?
10. Relations With the East. This is the delicate prob-
lem of restoring normal channels of communication with
an area in which several million silent Jews still live.
11. Secular-Religious Conflict. This problem has been
pushed farther down the list, but the factors which could
lead to an explosive showdown still exist.
12. Water. A growing population requires that raw
sources of this vital commodity be found or that bett< I
use of supplies now available be made.
A dozen problems. What will they look like a year
from now, when we again refer to them on Yom Kippur?
I
F AN ABYSMAL ign
of Latin Ami ricans wer
faults to be found in Ro H
wood's The Guilt Merchant*
Rineharl and Winston, $4
might be tolerant ol it
comings. The book h -
deeming feature ex
and. in lh:s case, even a little is too
Th< : '. ''l takes place in a small Soul '
ican town in what may be presumed to 1
t:na. The principal characters ir Carlos
Jewish survivor of Weisering, ne of t'1
German concentration camps; Benno ^; ,
: ner it i n Argent ini 1 3
Anido's employer; Dr. Zeiger, a German >'vs ...
wh 1 is 1 ilcoholic, ind Mr. Sldnitz
- sp nt the past 16 years 1 china
he) n Bi ... ;h, the form, r N i/; >
v. : the foregoing re alls any
ty the works on the hunt for Eich
. other Nazi criminals, then p
I end at thi- point. The bo
; t capitalize on the simil
>r thinks that third- [eneral
love to u.-e "Jesus Christ" a
. si ever) >nteti He has
. :- w ife as "Ann i-l ibj
Benno-bab)." A puerile
1 to add spice to the !> > ;.
the characters of a hous of prostituti in
Con wife as a nymphomaniac and t
An'do a- homosexual. Other than names is
nothing to titillate the senses of the se
the prurier.;. however.
Th. book illustrates an unhealthy stal
pul lishing world. The criteria for accept '
novel for publication appear to be: Jews, is Is-
rat v ry or fornication, homosexual :>
bianism with cardboard characters all mi!
en absurd potpourri devoid of good taste and iO
.ties.
As We Were Saying: By ROBERT E. SEGAL
Housing Here And In Suburbi
1a


LJY adopted
m state of
Massachusetts
has just put on
its law books
the first piece
of legislation
of its kind in
the nation re-
quiring all communities to allow
construction of a limited amount
of low income housing and mod-
erate income housing. This de-
spite so-called "snob zoning" re-
strictions which up until now
have barred the poor.
The law appears more impor-
tant psychologically than phys-
ically. Housing construction eco-
nomics being what they are.
modest new units aren't likely to
sprout suddenly in the suburbs.
Attitudes towards the decision
of the commonwealth to light a
small candle of hope for the con-
struction of Jcwer-priced hous-
ing in th m.i .i..s will rtval a
great dfa) about America In-
deed, the letters tot!
reveal more about povertyof
the spirit and the soulthan
many current studies.
Back in 1905 th. Central Rail-
road ol New Jersey put out an
excerpt from Charles Ab:
took "Forbidden Neighb
which said: "On< of the most en-
couraging features of suburban
growth is Ih, high class of 1
Jation that the suburb draws to
itself, it se. st. sift out the
"' oesirabli element in the
<"y population, leaving thi
perfJcial and th, tawdry tc con-
Unue its coojied up life The
truth is that there is nothing
about the suburb thai cou
sibly appeal to the unsubstantial
element of city dwellei I""r
the man who wants '
many leagues as i.-- le be-
tween his home and tl ;' ,ui"''
loin, to keep his wil '''''
dien apart from the (
ing sights and Infill*
metropolis, to rear a fa ':' "'
which shall be wort
sacred name of home, t' re
be no question but thai 1 5UD"
urb is the place."
Many decades and I ,: '
wars later, we are fail ng '
build the 2,000.000 n
units needed each ." ac to r
place those taken out of set
by urban renewal. Thn out
four dwi llings are en
suburbs, and cost of CO -
is frightening. And th
crumbling, ill-ventilal ''"
existence continue to b< t w lot
of di spairing millions.


idcty. September 19, 1969
wjf-nisfi fl Paqe 11A
i \
f*i[
LEGAL NOTICE
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
= v.ENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
"dp rLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CASE NO. 69-8218
NOTICE OF ACTION
. STBINBBKO.and
W STBINBHJRO, liis wife, '
TV
i; \ \ UOROAX,
_. lirtmi
p,', i.; |/ll' OILLARD, a widow:
L jtiiXEi MAKV WEXOKOW;
- I \\ A1XWRIOHT Hnd
: v .1 tXB u.MNH RIGHT,
. Ilnnts,
- i; \\ AINWRTOHT
v \v :.".ih Terrace
.mi. Florida
..r
... v vi*. ""ii> Terrace
M mi. Florida
riY JANE WAINWP.IC.HT
\ w. '.'.ill Terrace
mi. Florida
or
a .".ill Terrace
I. fiorlda
VHK HEREBY notified
\, ui.n In Foreclose a Mon-
th* following real propi rtj
i i.i.i, County, Florida:
Thomson Park, according
Plal thereof us recorded
,. nook tT iii page 49 of the
r llecorda of Dade County,
.:. .1 against y"u and you
, .. ., ,i to serve copy of your
defenses, If any, to u on
|KRS KAPLAN. PORTER, I.EVIN-
* KENTN, 1160 B.W. 1st Btreet,
l,i Florida 311*0, Plaftrtlffa at-
,.v' on or before October 80th,
i'i ii fii<- the original with the
i ,.t this Court cither before aer-
,',i Plaintiffs attorney <>r im-
hiiiiiv thereafter: otherwise a de-
w-Ill be entered against you for
I, i demanded In the complaint
M
yi i
thin
,>-'
II <
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84737
hi RE: Estate of
FAXXIE I'ltAXKEKQ
Devon
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
.'I'n All Creditor* nnd All r. r.....- Hav-
ing ).urn.- or l 'i Miami- Against Said
Estate:
Vou are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any clnlms nnd demands
which .'"ii may have against tin- es-
tate of FANNIE CRA.NBERG deceas-
ed, lati Dade County, Florida, lo
the County Judges of Dado County,
tl It* ili same in duplicate and
as provided In Section T:::i h;, Florida
Statutes, In their of flees in the County
Courthouse in Dude County, Florida,
within :\ calendar months from the
ilnn- in' Hi. first publication hereof,
or the same wlH be barred.
Dated Hi Miami. Florida, tills 19th
day of August, A.D. 1969.
SYLVIA TKl IY
i.awiikm'k ci:a \ berg
till.BERT CRAXIlEltG
a> Bxi outon
Flrsl publli atlon of ilii- notlci em
LEGAL NOTICE
I
LEGAL NOTICE-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
u idcrslgned, desiring to engi
business under the
It(:< I aim FOODS
X.W. 27th Ave., In
Florida, Intt
said name unli tin
,mi Courl of i id
I ini.il at Miami
Idti
fictitious name of
al number 10318
the City of Opa-
nds to rcglfcter the
Clerk of thi Clr-
County, Florida.
Dade i Viuiilv. Flnr-
ITNES8 n>>
I
hand and ill,' senl
Court tm September 11. 1969.
i; It. LEATHBRMAN
Ch-rk of said Court
By: M, B. HONSTEIN
as Deputy Clerk
i '..uri Benl)
: 19-20 10 3-10
ItHE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
, .--ND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84407 (Judge Clark)
ale .if
IA u EINSTEIN
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
- ditors nnd Ml Person- Hav-
or |i. in.ii'.ls Against Saul
hi r< by notified nnd renjuir-
. nt a.IV claims and d.-nia ids
I,,.,;, havi against the es-
'.' i
I
.:Tll'\ VVEINSTEIX ill ias-
I ,;. f Dade Count}, Florida, to
ty Judgi of Dndc County,
he sain, In duplicate ana ns
Section 733 16, Florida
t : ill thi ir offices in the < ou It}
; ,n I lad.- County, Florida,
. x calendar months from the
: the flrsl publication hereof,
. ...,ine will '" barred.
i...| at Miami. Florida, this loth
l Septi mli. r, A D. 1969.
RITA ABRAM8,
Testamento Ann. so
Administratrix cum
L Fii I inihlieiiiii.il of this notice Oil
ie l"ih day of September, 1MB.
V1\''. CYPEN LAW OFFICES
torni fnt* Administratrix C.T.A.
Ai thur rjodfri-y ttoad
|am 'leach, Florida 33140
(i 19-26 In 3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
"ICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
lersigned, desiring to engage
under the fictitious nnme
PI-ACE at in? N.E. 79th Street,
. Florida intend lo register said
111 ihe Clerk of ill.- Circuil
1 lad.- i 'ounty, Florida.
FRANK 1 KHNEK and
OLGA i RHNER
i BR & BECKERMAN
for Applicants
.....i Way
Ida 33134
!i 19-26 1" 3-10
I tit da} of August, 1969
ItlCHARD H DROSS
V lie; for Executors
60S l.iiiei.ln llmiil
Miami Beach, Florida
'29 9 '5-12-19
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 84845
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
in RE: Estate of
Lolls n SCHWARTZ,
IIIrniM .1
To All l'n ditors and All Persona
Having Claims or Demands
Against Sai.l Estate:
Toy me hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the eslati
i l.i'i is d. HCHWARTJ5, deceased
late of Dade County. Florida, to the
County Judges ..f Dad. County, nnd
file ilie s.une in duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 733.16, Florida Stat-
utes, in their offices In th.- County
Courthouse in Dad.- County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
nine of the first publication hereof,
or Hi. sam. will In- barred.
Dated nt Miami. Florida, this 22nd
day of August, A.D. 1969.
SEYMt UK .1 SUK N
As Executor
Flrsl publication of this noilc6 on
the 29th day of August,. 1969.
SIMON. HAYS & ORCNDWERQ
Atlorni y for K\< cutor
:."t Ainsli y Building,
Miami, Plot Idu 33132
\ 29 i. "
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTIt i: IS HEREBY OIVEN Ihnl
thi in I r igned, desiring lo engagi
In bus lies- under the Ii. til lous : a nv
i.i" KAI.UATCii nt 11205 South Dlxli
Highwa} Miami. Florida Intends lo
register said nnme with the Clerk
nf Ihe Circuit Court of li.nl. County,
Florida.
KALMANSOX, WATTLES & CO., a
Florida corporal Ion
B} DONALD KALMANSON
President
CAID1N, ROTHENBERO, KOOAN,
KORNBLl'M & ROTHENBERO
Attorneys for Applicant
Suite 305
lliscayne Building
Miami, Florida
- i : .-.-12-19
MY
th
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
i; IS 11 ERBRY OT\"EX thai
r Igni d, desiring to engage
' -> under the fictitious nnme
W xl:i-: APARTMENTS and
'RE RE XLTY XSSOCIATBS
I li 170 16th Street, Miami Bench,
B ;, mi m i. glstcr said nnme
II Clerk the Circuit Court of
1 imty. Florida.
K Mi >SF. ..Hi RCTH MOSES
i'l '.Al' SAI il.lO and
IORA V F RAl ILII >
ZCKERXICK
k' fort iv. .
|n I., nin Ron i
ich, Florida
9 19-26 l" '' 10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of TROPB'AL HAP. al 7821 N E, 2nd
Avenue. .Miami. Florida intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
th. circuit Court of Dude County,
'"""" JACOB FISHER,
sole .." ii-i-
KESSLEB & BECKERMAN
Attornev for Applicant
re, III It more Way
Miami, Florida 33134
9 J-12-19-26
[AR1
QUOTABLE QUOTES
"A man who works with his
mi. n is a laborer; a man who
\ ..i:.- with his hands and brain
a craftsman; but man who
rks with his hands anil his
|ain anil his heart is an art-
Louis Ni/i r

builders3
UMPCRARr PtRSCNIiLL
CALL 373-6576
FOR IMMEDIATE
TEMPORARY-
PART-TIME POSITIONS
luiTE 400, AINSLEY BUiLDING
'SSSS,',',',',',',!,',',',',',',

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the u len Bin rl, .1. siring in
business under ihe n lltlous name ol
KUSKM'I.ATT & IMIBJIEH nt Cm -
cord BldB W. Flngli r Street, Mi-
ami Fin.. Intends to register said
name uiih the Clerk of ihe t ircull
Courl of Dade County, Florida.
Dated at Miami Florida, this 2nd
da\ of Si pti ml'ei. I960
Ri IS EX It I ATT Ai- ROEMER
l'ltl il-'KSSli l.VAI. ASSl ICIATII IN
by: STANLEY ROKENBI.ATT.
Pi esidenl
FROMBERO, I'lH i.MBEItU
& Kuril. P.A
M-I02 la-, ayne Bldg.
Miami. Fla, I! II
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY O FTHE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO ALL To Wlltt.M THESE PRE
I BENTS SHALL COME OREETINGS
\\ hen i Ol il >FREY K NEWMA S
Miami Beach, Plor da; MIMMIE
\ i'i S*BR, Miami Hi ach, Florida:
HI'SSAXNE TANZBR, Miami Beach,
Florida did on Ihe 19th dn> of Jai
u.ii v. A D, I94S cause lo he i icorporat-
,.il undi r the laws i I the State of
Florida .a BEN HATE APART-
MENTS, INC a corporation, with
1 ii prli ilpal plai e of buslnem at
i Miami Ben Ii. l adc i 'ount.v In Ihe
State of Florida, nnd whereas such
I c-orporatl in did on the "it ii di s ol
Septembi r, A.D 1969, cause to I"
filed in the office of the Secretary
of S'aie of the State of Florida, the
documentary nuthoriey required und-
er Section 60K.27, Florlila Statutes,
: showing the ilssolution of such cor-
i poratlon.
Nov. thi i fore, the Secretary "i
State does hereby eertlfj in the fore-
going and thai In- is satisfied that
i the requirements of the law hnv.
, been complied Ith.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, Ihnvc
hereunto set my hand and have af-
fixed the Cnat Seal of the State of
Florida, ai Tallahassei the i 'apltal,
this the Fifth day of September, A.D.
l'.itili.
TOM ADAMS
Secretary of State
9.19 69
;i 19-26 In,3-in
i in- :. da} of' September, 1969.
A H I) BALVAQE, INC.,
a Florida Corpora tlon
B> : I'lin.i.ii- .wins. President
SHEI.IHIN R. ROBENTHAL
Attorney for Applicant
Ml N'orthwesl Fifth Street
Miami, Florida 33128
:i 12-19-26 1" 3
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter ?072? Acts of 1941
File No. 69A333
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
33n :t ST CORP holder of County
Piim San Certificate No. R712 Issued
the lsi day of June, A.D 1966, has
filed sam. ill my office, and lm- made
implication for a i..\ deed to Issued
thereon. Said Certificate embraces
thi follow in).- ilescrlhed prop, i m
Ihe County of Dade, State of Florida,
t.'-u il :
i:c ,,i \i. i...i 3 m n\\ ',. Tropleo,
Plat Rimik Page '-T Section 12
Township 56 South, Range 39 East
containing 2.50 Acre* More or Ii
in ihe County ii Bade, State nf
Florida
The assessment of said property
under the said certificate was in
Ho name of: CHARLES II. FORMAN
F.t A I.
I'nless said certificate shall be re-
.1. in. des.-rihed herein will be BOM to the
highest bidder tor cash at the court-
house door on the first Monday rn
Ihi month of October, 1969, which is
the 6th day of t Ictober ,1969.
Bated this 2nd day of September,
I.,I...
E, B. I. i:\TII KltMAN.
iiil< of Clrcull Court,
Dnde County. Florida
B) : P. F. OCLDSTRAND
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal)
! :! 2-19-26
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84808
In RE: Kstate nf
ARNOLD SEEDER,
I......asi d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing claims or Demands Against Said
Eslati :
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed in present an) lalms and demands
ivliich you m i\ ii. m- ngalnsl Ihe es-
lati i ARNt il 11 SEEDER di i i ai d
Int. ..f Dnde County. Florida, t" the
County Judges nf Dade County, and
file ihe same in dupld nte and as
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes, In il" Ir offices In the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within six call ndnr months from the
time of i in first publication hereof,
or the same will lie barred.
Dated nt Miami. Florida this 21st
da] of August, A.li 1969
I.I'CII IF. SEEDER
a- Exi cutrlx of
K-1aie of Arnold Seeder, Deceased
HELM AN AND CRARY, P.A.
By: I.t'i'lS HBTMAN
Attorneys for Executrix
'. 150 S W First Street
Miami, Florida 39 T.-12-19
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 84181
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
IN RE IM.it of
.1 I.Vi IN EISENSTADT a k i
.ICHAII LYON EISENSTADT,
1 >| ,.!-,']
T.. All Creditors and All Persons
H.'iviiiK i 'lalms or l i.ni.inds
Aeainsl Said Estate:
v..u are hereby notifli d and rei u i
, .in any claims and di mands
ivhieh m.o may have ngaiusl die es-
al .1 |.Yt >N KISKNSTA1 >T, tle-
. .. .' inti i lade "ounty, Florid i,
'ount> Juilges ol 1 mile i 'ounty,
I, the -aim in duplicate and as
pi, ^ ai. ,1 in Section 733 16, Flot Ida
si. iuii in their offl In the t 'ounty
nlisc in 1 lade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
i me nf the flrsl publication hereof, or
iinn ill be bam tl
Diited ai Miami, Florida, thi- loth
day "i July, A D I9C9
SI !; EISENSTADT,
A Executrix
publication of Ihis iml
thi I jiii day of Septi mber, 196 I,
FRo.MBEIUi. FROMBERO
,v ROTH P t
LYNN W. FROMBERO, Ol Counsel
Attorney for Executrix
XI in" Itlscayuu Building,
Miami. Fla. ,
9 12-19 26 10 I
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 A...> ol 1941
File No. 68A1S79
\i tick IS IIBREBY GIVEN thai
CLICK CRANE SERVICE. IXC,
a Florida Corporation holder of County
Tnx Sal, Certificate No, 9355 issued
Ihe 1st ilaj nf June, A l> 1966, Ik,
; fit, ,i same hi my office, and has
madi application for a tax di ed to l..
It n. .1 thi reon Saiii i rtifli ate em
In .- ihe following described property
in ihe County of Dade, Slat.....
,. i o w 11:
' ltd N'KCnr NW'i of N'W'i S 990 r R
. .;.! ii M l. rn i: I. is Hwy I Hi NW ale
Hwy to N L See 3 W alp N I. I 0 '
M /I. to PI IB, Sectioi Ti hip a'1
South Range 39 Bast, containing 13 I
or Ii -s In tin County of
Dnde, Slate ol Florida.
The assessment of said property
,,. ihe sa'd i'i rl lfl nte was In Ihe
TOl'R VN Is MIRZAKA-
11 \NI
I'j,.. mid rflfleate shall I
di mi .1 in.<-ordiiig to law the nropi Ply
...1 herein "ill be sold to the
hiddi r for casl tl ihi i 'oui I
!,. -, ili.nr n ihe fin I In the
,. i 1969 lllcl
I n* ......her 1969
Dated this 2nd day of Septembi i.
1969.
i: B I F.ATHERMAN,
i "|erl< of i 'Ircull t "ourt,
l iad.- i "ounty, Florida
By: P. F i ll'l I >s"l'K A Nl)
Denuty Clerk
fCircuit Curt Se.ill
: 5-12-19-26
IN THE CIRCUiT COURT CF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
No. 69-14813
CIVIL ACTION.
NOTICE OF ACTION
BRl'i i: 11 LEWIS, as Executor
Of Ih. La si \\ ill and Tl lam III
i.r i; U. Si hi. L-htj di. i ased;
in,il JANE S BYERS and
WILLIAM ; SCHLECUTY,
PI:.....
% s.
n ISEPH MAOLICA and
FRANCES MAOLICA, his wife,
l.'ilis .1. LI'PINACCI, et al.,
I lefendants.
Jo-
gllea,
I the
II
TO: All parties claiming Interests
by, through, under or against
Nell Sehle.hty. deceased, and
Q, a, Schlechty, deceased.
Residence unknown.
YOC ARE NOTIFIED thai an ni
iinn to Reestablish Document, viz
inn- (II promissory Note dated
Fi hrual \ 28, 1962, gB i-n 1>\
s. nil Maglii a and Frances Ma
his wife to Nell Hchlechty, i
face nmouiil of $16,000.00, bearing
interest al sis per cent (6"*; i. paj -
glib' $100.06 in r month,
has I,, i n filed against you nnd yi
an- r.-,|uireil to s. rve a copy of your
written defenses, if any, to ii on Plain-
tiffs attorney, E. Paul Bentty, whosi
address is inns Seybold Building, Mi-
ami. Florida on or bef..... iclober l Ith
19410, and file the orlgmnl with the
Clerk of this Curt either liefore serv-
ice on Plaintiff's nltorney, nr Imme-
diately thereafter; otherwise n default
will be entered against you for the
relief demanded in the Complaint,
WfTXBBP my hand nnd the seal of
thi> Court on September 5, I960.
E. It 1 K VTHEBMAN
As i 'I.irk of the Court
By c. P coi'i'.l.A.Ni)
Ai Deputy l 'l.-rk
g 12-19.26 Itl.'S
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under lln fictitious name of
THE POST MARK at 9300 South
Dixie Highway, Miami, Florida, In-
tend i" register said name with the
Clerk "f ih. Circuit Court of Lade
County, Florida
PATRICIA WRKJHT
TIT:: S W -2nd SI Apt. Ii-Ml
Miami, Florida
DI INK l. JACOBS
S92l South Dixie IllghwiO
MI inn Florida
ARTHt'K S DAVIS
Atlonie; !.., Patricia Wright
and Diane I. .I.....bs
!' 12-19-26 In 2
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
JA MKS R, Mel i.NALD,
P itiff,
vi*.
Jt'LIA .\l M I 'I IN \l.li.
1 lei'elidanl
TO: MKS .11 I.I \ M McDOXALD,
16 Arlington Boulevard,
North Arlington. New Jersey
You. JI'LIA M Mi is'NAI.I i. an-
hereby notified thai a Bill of Com-
plain! for Divorce has been filed
agalnsl you. ami you an required to
-. rve a copy of your Answer or Pli ad-
Ing to the Bill of Complaint mi the
' Plnlntiff's attorney, DAVID DRCCK-
ER, :"". I a-' o'n Rond, Miami Beach,
Florida, and fill the original An-.v.r
nr P'i adieu In ih,. office of the "lerk
I of ihe Circuil c..urt on or before the
6th day of i i tohi r, i"..:' If you full
: to do so, judgment by default win be
taken ngalnsi you for the relief de-
j innnded in tin- BIT1 "f Complnlnt.
'lln- notice shall hi published once
each \mk for four consecutive weeks
! ill Till: JEWISH I'I .LILIAN
DONE AND ORDERED nt Miami.
Florida, this L7ill da> of August, A I>
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDC.E' C
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 7U461-B
IN RE Bsl i
KAIAN I'LL OI.I ISSER,
. Ie us, il..
NOTICE OF INTBNTIOf
APPLICATION FOB OIS1
AND FINAL-hBISCHi
NOTICB is llel l.j givi
filed m\ Final ii'
Distribution and Ftnal U
Exi iiiii.s of the estate ol
lil.i ISSER, deceased, and
17th day of i Ictober, 1969
to the Honorable Count) In
Dnde County, Florida, for approval
said Final Report and for dlsl i ibul
nnd final dlschargi n Bs cuti
iii,. estate of ihe nbovi -nann d i
e.d.in This lih day of Septemh '.
1969,
l>i IRA Ol.t ISSER,
Executrix
OEOROE OILBERT
Allorin y
Suite 229 i hie I hicoln Rd Bli .
Minim Hi m h. Florida 33139
Tel. No 5.18-4312
Ii 12.19.26 1"
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUFT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 82338-B
IN RE Estate of
J| ISEPH -I OSTRI W,
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAK -.
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
Ni ITICE i- hereby given thi t I hi
filed my Final Report and Potition i
Final Discharge as Executrix of i
estate of JOSEPH .1. OSTBoW, a -
ceased: and thai on the 6th day
i ictober, 1969, will apply lo tin II
orable County Judges of Pad.- Couni
F'lorida. for approval of said Final I.' -
port and for distribution nnd final tl
charge as Executrix of the bstate
Ihe al",\-e-n.lined de.client. This 2'
day ..I August, 1969.
BONYA L"MP.AItDf,
As Executrix
JOSH ULPlUN. Esquire
Attorney 1
1870 Washington Avenue
Miami I:, ach, Florida
|| 12-19-36 10
i iii;l
i: i: I.I' VrilKRMAN, Cl
Circuil Court, Made County, Florida
I!) I. SNEBDEX,
I Ii HUty Cll rk
(Circuil C lirl Seal I
DAVID DIUCKER BSQ
.....In Load Suite 206
Miami lii ii h, I'i, i ids 33139
Atlorill >' fi r Plaintiff
s 20 9 3-12-19
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File No. 69AP81
NOTICE IS HEREBY OTVEN '
ALL STATES INVESTMENT CO
h,.|.i.r of Cltj ol Miami Men Sale
ii \.. in: issued the ,",lst
M iy, \ |i 1967, hat filed same
in my offici and I is made apr-lii a -
lion for a tax d< ed In Is med there-
, n Si Id Certificate mbraces the
:-,.|i.. inn ,1. sci Ihi i i"......iv in the
. .I Pad. Stati nf Florida, to-
wlt:
s Loin I .v;- 2 Block : B, Lawn m e
K tale Land Co Sub Plal Look 2,
I'age Til in thi County of L de,
State of Florida, This deed will
I,, i-- ued subject in all othi r out -
ling < 'ounty taxi and lit na.
., -. --in. ni of said propi rty
under the said certificate was In the
nann i :' t !Et >Rt IE 11 INSTANT.
Pnlei rate shall hi re-
ih. propi rty
will be sold to the
! hesl bid ash at tl p Court-
house door flrsl Monday In
Ihe month of Ocl In r, 1969 which
...... n i
Dated tbli l daj of s. pti mber,
'969.
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Clerk i Circuit Ci uri,
Dadi County, Florida
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19 26
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ih, undi rslgned, desiring to tfngagi
i.n -- under Ihe fictitious name
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S W, 3rd Avenin. .Miami. Florida, i -
lend.- lo register said name with
of the Circuit Courl of 0
i 'ounty, Flnrida.
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MARX IN II Cli.l.MAX
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;i 12-19-26 i
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"eJeOTish Floridian
Miami, Florida Friday, September 19, 1969
Section B
Labor Party May Be
In For Rude Shock
By KLIAIH" SALPETBR
l>id the Histadrut election's
warning save the Labor Parly,
01 were the ballots a foretaste
t tin defeat due in the Knesset
eli ctions next month?
Tills is what politicians in all
parties in Israel keep pondering
after the setbacks of the Align-
ment list in the Histadrut elec-
tions became known.
True, the Alignment list re-
ceiw i almost 63 percent cf the
total vote. (Though some pre-
dicl thai it will Ik- cut by an-
other one or two percent when
they add the absentee ballots,
which come mostly from soldiers
and other younger voters, i B.it
this total was achieved by the
earance on a j. int ticket of
Ictober Rally Set
io Salute Israel
giant Salute to Israel rally
till be held on Thursday. Oct. 2,
i Fontaim bleau Hot< I. Gui t
[if honor, according to an an-
: i men! nu:de by Dr. Michai 1
possin, Israel Histadrut Council of
iouth Florida president, and its
board chairman, Dr. Leon Kronish,
11 i be Y' hosua i.< vy, one i f the
il Israel's foremost lead) rs,
tn as in r and chii f oper-
I'ing official oi the Histadrut in
.Is .' I. A s;iTial welcome will be
e> : ii ,i to :vir. Ia vy b.' the Labor
four eh monts. two of which
previous votes appeared separ-
ately. The Alignment now in-
cluded the Labor Party, formed
recently by the unir.n of Mrs.
M< ir's Mapai, General Dayan's
Rafi and Deputy Prime Minis-
ter Alton's Ahdut Haavoda
party.
This united party formed a
voting Alignment with the left-
of-center Mapam. In contrast,
four years ago when only Mapai
and Ahdut Avoda ran jointly,
the total vote of the four groups
added up to 77.5 percent. Losing
one-fifth of one's voters from
one election to the other is quite
a slap, by any standard.
There were at least three ma-
jor reasons for this slump. The
most obvious was apathy. Na-
tional turnout was G2 percent
of the union membership of
about one million, by far th<
lowest in Histadrut's his
Except for a few small o; |
tion i artii s, nobody conduct <
campaign on brea i-a
union Issui s, i i ki >
Is I's securit \ n :..-.
to say to Pai i Wa
and what to do ;.....it th -
ing by Aral ists
across tl boi
V< ty = leu m .: a1 .. .. i
s] aker discus : ems ci Is-
rael's wag pi :
wha1 to s to ai
; win epid< f wildci
strikes. Appi
sensiblyh
of voters that I
YKIIOSIHA LEW
lonist Division of Histadrut,
kadi b Moe Levin.
A m mbcr of the executive com-
liti of Histadrut in Israel iVaad
> I for :.'0 y< ars, Mr. 1/ vy,
Tio ii in the United States to
tl,> arrange Histadrut's Golden
'I-i e celebration, serves as a
ember of the central committee
i n' United Labor Party, the
pgesl political organization in Is-
a- I, and is a board member of
Invar, one cf the nation's most
Ifluential daily newspapers. In
deiition, Mr. Levy, who speaks a
umber of Kuropean languages as
dl as English, Yiddish and He-
bew, is president of Histour, th:-
tell known Israeli tourist agency.
J A native of the Old City of Je-
rusalem, Mr. Levy, a fifth gem ra-
Bion Sabra, graduated from the
Ttbrew Univi rsity"s School of Ec-
liomics. Ho coordinated Jewish
kg, ncy cUnits in the Displaced
rsorn camps of Europe at the
|ost' of World War II. after which
hi aded the United Jewish Ap-
ia! in Europe until 1949. when
returned to Israel to assume
idersblp in Histadrut and in the
loild Zionist Organization.
t< ~ i Paris is the most
tani iss : i th' Histad-
rut, the < lecti n-election
th to the Al ilah La-
i does nol nake their
partici] ation in the \ : m o s-
sary.
A sri: m bvit on was
ssatisfa tl I vid< seg-
nts oi th< whitt ( : r mem-
bership, who form a large per-
centage of th< url ions, and
also of mar.y in th< farm unions,
with the inability ci the- union
1( add ship tr. maintain a mini-
mum of discipline over local
fin -brands.
Power- station -rair.u nance
crews, stevedores and Little
Caesars in teacher's unions, ar-
titrarily create strikes among
well-raid membership, paralyz-
ing important sectors of the life
of the country; the central union
ii adi r?hip watches impotently,
at best, or at worst even lends
support I: the wildcat strikers.
For tens of thousands of long-
time Labor members, fed up
with th< i!.. n li adership, it was
th< hard choi ; een voting
non-Li boi foi th< first tirro In
thi ir ... s, -.; ir.g
fl : I Us.
A third, 1
r th< /. ic -
' tical. A 1
-"-.'::.;:.:--
- :.....th
" "- nts in

:
: .
. .. i
A $1,000 contribution to Mount Sinai Hospital by the na-
tional United Order of True Sisters is accepted by the in-
stitution's executive vice president, Samuel Geitner. Making
the presentations are Mrs. Sophia Lee (with check) and Mrs.
Marie Goldman, presidents of Miami Lodqe 43 and the
Greater Miami Circle, respectivelylocal United Order oi
True Sisters chapters which previously had donated an
additional S750. The funds will be used to support patient
faciliiies and research in Mount Sinai's department of
radiation therapy, headed by Dr. Ivor Fix (right).
to capture close to lour percent
of the vote, without any money
or organization. And. at the
other end. a Mapam splinter
group received about 0.5 per-
cent. More than the actual votes
in their favor, thi se splinter
groups indicated the extent of
dissatisfaction among rank-and-
liii. many ol i:"i:< obviouslj
stayed home and kept theii
i oti s from th< ir 11 a lit I u al ben-
i ficiarii s.
Whi n cei\ d th voti s I. st to
the Labor Party an I wh it arc
the implicat ions of tl Hi ita I* ul
poll i >r thi coming Knes i i
elections?
bal'ois that .' I
lew n s;
pri -tii ally all the othei pai i i s,
: u iom b "nefii d from
tne tn nd. And, should
Lab r Pai;. i lay he
' Si 'ii
i thi
coming Knesset elections. The
Labor Party in the trade unions
is always much stronger, obvi-
ous''., than among the general
electorate which includes many
businessmen, self-employed, pro-
!' ssionals, tc, among whom the
1 on-Socia-isl parties have more
strength.
And. indeed, in L 35, when the
Mapai Ahdul Haavoda Align-
ment, plus Rafi, plus Mapam
tickets added up to a total of
T7.:> petccnl in the Histadrut
te, the same groups togeth
ined only .">i .2 \,i rcent of the
liamentary vote.
Nov. having slumped to 63 per-
cent in the Histadrut, this dif-
I very well mean
il ;:i the Kncssc I vote nexl
month, Mrs Meir, Mr. Dayan
Mi Alton, 11 al, wv.y yet find
msclvt s wil ii li ss than half
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vJew ist notfdttbn
Friday. September 19, \:-.0
ii i..Jnn ttmplo. The tournament
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Mrs. Zelda Thau (center) president of the
more than 6,000-member Miami Beach
Chapter oi Hcdassah, is congratulated upon
being named for the Woman of Valor Award
which will be conferred upon her at the
Hadassah Bond-with-Israel Luncheon to be
held Tuesday, Oct. 7, in the Grand Ballroom
of the Fontainebleau Hotel. Extending their
ccngratulations are the four vice-chairmen
cf the luncheon, (from left) Mrs. Henry B.
Wernick. Mrs. Fred Jonas, Mrs. Thau, Mrs.
Max Weitz and Mrs. Emanuel Mentz. The
luncheon, celebrating Israel's 21st anni-
versary, is Hadassah's annual event on be-
half cf State of Israel Bonds.
THE RABBI, CANTOR, OFFICERS and MEMBERS
of
THE ISRAELITE CENTER TEMPLE
3175 S.W. 25th Street
Extend Their Greetings To All Their Members and Friends
FOR A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
WILLIAM DRUCKER
President
ALBERT ZISMAN
Chairman oi thp Board
Dropsie Is Now A College
PHILADELPHIA (JTAi
The 60-year-old Dropsie College
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of Pennsylvania, its president,
Dr. Abraham Kaish. lias an-
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30C New Citizens Tc Receive
Flags From B.B.'s Council
Irving Matlin, chairman oi the
Community Services for Florida
State Lodges will present an
American flag to i ach ol the 300
new citizens who will be sworn in
ceremonies which will be held in
the Dad. County Auditorium.
The presentation of flags to
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ol the South Florida Council ol
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Friday, September 19, 1969
+Jm>lsti Fktrldffor
Prime Minister Golda Meir recently attend-
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tion during which she addressed over 6.0GC
E! Al employees, their fcmilies, VIP digni-
taries and ministers. In her address, Prime
Minister Meir stressed her personal aiiection
for identification with FJ Al. Shown (from
left) are Mordechai Ben- An, El Al president;
Mrs. Meir; El Al ground hcs!ess cr.d Moshe
Ccrmel, transport minister.
famorc; Ladies Luncheon
A luncheon and card party will ;
held al noon Thursday, Sept. 25, j The Women's Division for Tech-
the Sisterhood of Temple Za- nicn. now beginning its seventh
bora. 1-1 Zamora Ave., Coral Ga- year, is providing a total of 11
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Friday. September 19, igj
UNDER THE STRICT AND CONSTANT LOCA
L RABBINICAL SUPERVISION OF RABBI TIBOR H. STERN
10 Tishri
5730
meat andYPQultry
Sept. 22nd
1969
for their patronaae, may we wish you and your family
contentment, cjood health, and the fulfillment of your
deepest wish in life.
In Observance of Ycm Kippur All Food Fair Kosher Markets Will
Be Closed Sunday, September 22nd
WE URGE YOU TO DO YOUR SHOPPING EARLY
SO THAT WE MAY SERVE YOU BETTER
KASHRUTH SUPERVISION
RABBI TIBOR H. STERN, Director
REV. JACOB B. KATZ, Ass't Director
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Federation Women
Schedule Luncheon
The Women's Division of the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation
will hold its annual Presentation
Day Luncheon at noon Tuesday.
Sepi. :\0. in the Deauville Hotel.
More than 500 women repre-
senting ho organizations will be
honored when special tribute is
il lo Ihe presidents of Jewish
u omen's organizations of the
Greater -Miami community. Mis.
Burton R. Levey will he chairman
of I lie day. according to an an-
nouncement made by Mrs. Edwin
H. Oppenheim, incoming president
oi in' Women's Division.
Other Women's Division officers
to be installed at the Presentation
Luncheon include Mrs. Richard I.
Brickman. Mrs. Jack Katzman.
Mrs. Robert I. Shapiro, Mrs. How-
ard Trinz and Mrs. Irving Wexler,
Vice i residents: Mrs. Howard Ay-
aivs, recording secretary: Mrs.
Milton Sirkin. corresponding sec-
retary, and Mrs Aaron Fair, par-
liamentarian.
Marion Bergmann
To Be The Bride Of
Jeffrey P. Kriseher
Mr and Mrs Alfred Bergmann
91 SW 77th Ave., announce the
,"1'1" "f their daughter
M n, to Jeffrey Paul Kriseher
son ol Mr. an I Mrs. Philip Kriseh-
er, 120 SW 77th Ave.
The bride-elect attended lh<-
' i '< rsity of Miami and Miami-
Dae. Junior College and gradu-
ated from the Charron-Williams
Commi rcial College.
Her fiance reci ivc his B S. de-
gree in mathematics from the Illi-
i Institute of Technology. He
e ined his m.s. degree and is
presently working toward his
do to ate In ipplied mathematics
at Harvard University, where he
holds an appointment as a Teach-
ing Fellow I Harvard Paculty of
Arts and Sciences I and is an offi-
cer in the I's. Public Health
S i ic .
The Women's Division of the Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion will hold their Presentation Day Luncheon on Septem-
ber 30 at the Deauville Hotel. Pictured above is the Presen-
tation Day Planning Committee: Left to right-top row: Mrs.
Harold Gaffin, Mrs. Howard Trinz. Mrs. Richard Brickman,
Mrs. Jack Katzman. Mrs. Irving Wexler, Mrs. Robert Shapiro,
Mrs. Howard Ayares. Mrs. Robert Traurig. and Mrs. Milton
Green. Bottom row: Mrs. William Brenner, Mrs. Sol Gold-
stein, Mrs. Burton Levey, chairman; Mrs. Edwin Oppen-
heim, and Mrs. Aaron Farr.
Halperns Reveal
Claire Will Marry
SpS Larry Latman
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Halpern of
Miami announce the engagement
of their daughter, Claire, to SpS
Larry Allen Latman of Chicago
III.
Presentl.,- employed with the
United Fresh Fruit and Vegetable
Association, Washington D.C., the
bride-elect was an honor graduate
of Stateshoro High School, States-
boro, Ga., and graduated cum
laude from Georgia Southern Col-
lege, receiving a Bachelor of Arts
degree in political science. She
was nominated to "Who's Who
Amonc Stu lents in Universities
and Colleges."
H 'i fianc who graduated with
honors from J. M. Haiian High
School in Chicago anil attended
the University of Illinois and
Social Clubs Set Festival
S imuel Pasco and Diana Seh-
wartz, presidents of the lid Men's
and Women's Social Clubs, have
ananged a f< stival lor Simch ts
i'oi.iii on Sunday Evening, Octob-
er ."> in the club auditorium.
George Washington University, is
presently stationed at the Penta-
gon in Washington,
The wedding will take place
next April in Chicago.
JWV Ladies Auxiliary
To Hear Podiatrist
The North Shore Ladies Auxil-
iary of the Jewish War Veterans
will meet at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday
at the Washington Federal, 1133
Normandy Dr.
Dr. Lionel Goldstein, nodiatrist.
Ail I be guesl speaker. Kv< lyn Lc-
Vine is group president.
tlie HAL
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Friday, September 19, 1969 Page 5-B
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Friday. September 19, 1953
WJMng e/L "King esc
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WOMAN Ol I HE \\ 1:1 K
Levitt was at
ly cl Shi was
is m -'
iasn'1 stopped
p r-
a u'.d rather talk
KMnin

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l
h rself air -'
ii FI .....1 for her family
1 Miami when sin was quite
.,...: husband was born
in Lakeland. She attended school
Hi Cent! Beach, Miami Beach
s Schi ol and the Uni-
versity >: Miami, and even has
the s ime fi ends she had while in
school. In fact, her daughter has
a friend in fifth grade whose
mother was Rhode's best friend
when they were In nrth grade.
Barbara Lee Berger and Allen
man led Sat-
urda Sept 6. at Temple Beth
Kronish ottl-
- '
rat t
- -
a :
. 3 -
th? L'ni ts '
- :
is ma
lusband. I Mr. and
j, -. T. mi..
1 n rom the L'n rsit
.. ho 1 jor d in
1,.:.: .. ai I was a n mb
.. B ita rau fraternity and th
a an Maria ting Ass
Nai Gr issman was mai I
honor; bridesmaids were Meri Ru-
Susan Rubin, Mimi Budd.
/-. ..., I Wendy Mi"er and Susan Miller.
CflCmWiOJl-tSerman s .., n, as best man was Harmon
Ethel Dena Berman and Alan I Miller; Westy Harsh. Scott Gil-
w
MRS. UAM MfRVt CHAM SOU
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f
MRS. AUtN $. AMUR
Jeffrey Chamison were united in
marriage Sunday. Sept. 7. at
Temple Beth Am. Rabbi Herbert
M. Baumgard officiated at the
2:30 p.m. ceremony.
All C irlng school and college Rhoda was interested in
organizations. iShe still is 1 As a University of Miami
student. Rhoda had a beautiful arrangement she lived in
the dormitory and went home week-ends, always taking
company with her. For three years she was president of
her sorority. Alpha Epsilon Phi. and was listed in Who's
Who in American Colleges." During her junior year she
met Morris, and "before In knew it." Rhoda says, they
were engaged When he went int tiv ~ rvice. they decided
to get married, but Rhods was 1 back to school and
get her diploma Morris was s nt to Yokohama. Japan, and
after Rhoda graduated, shi began trying to unravel the
red tap.' involved in getting clearance to ioin him, When it
appeared it would tak. forever, he; bought her a
tieket. and away she went
The-1 marveli twi yi rs in (tie house en a hill
from which they could view Yok H or on the one
side and Mt. Fuji on the other, was an extended honey-
moon in a romantic setting in ?piti oi the pM-bellied
8tove nd the> mad< thi m st ol t, steeping themselves
in enough romance during thi rsl iwa years o' their
marriage to last them thi .-st of their lives. And indeed.
romance has nevei left th< 1
They boughl ;. house p.nd started to raise a family
when the; 1 a n< I ack I 1 Mi n M hi I was born in 1959.
.,,..; j, Alii n nd Er Shi nd M stu lie I all the
- on brin 1 then decid?d to use 1
,.-. nd do thi esi thi v car rmula which
1. si She th nks the chil
s -. hat shi .. VI01 ave in h th an 1
resp : n thi si mi > ti fam > fi Y r sei how
I -' s of her fan "' ': -
thi thina the) do I I 1 TI !. tts liki to travel .
by then selves to Soul '" E | nd al
Unite I St ["hi : '- ti ips to 1 nU I li I ri st on
a. :. Is ar 1 havi a trip t VV ngl D.C planned
{ids' next
^tivi nizations such
as 'he Nattor I Counc >f Jewish Womci when she was
: (hi Greater Mil ni Jewis Federation tin Combined Jewish
Appea Eps 1 Ph Alumnai Ass< nation --.d of
course, I 1 Suburban i- agiH which she serves as
president Shi has ru tin* nj other h bbies than
woi k and t ng & and
owi lea entertaining. Or,
party with Hap-
est of time
. at <| 5. who is in the
s moth M S B
5 almost
.. ferent
t. and they have a few co ojtk -
v items. The} have a
evc-
;':it he
. .. flavors-wr, was
But Morris us >
-
groceries like
n M pi it
him
with iw.
A graduate of the University of Mr. an 1 Mrs. Mil
Miami, the bride, whose parents Memphis, Tenn.
are Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Berman
o'' Cocoa, is a S3cial worker with
Dade County's Housing and Urban
Development Department. Ar. au-
ditor, the bridegroom, who gradu-
ated from Jacksonville University,
is the sor. of Mrs. Dorothy Z.
Chamison.
The brii-*. who hid se^.'ted a
the hem of her A-lim
bew of peau de soil with
bert. Les Silverman. Steven Ber- 1Jons o{ lacc held her 1 tiered
ger. John Irvine. Pete Williams. Vlil of silk illusion, whi
Don Allen. Howard Miller. Arnie ycnd tnt, train, and shi irried a
Eger ar.J Bob Tate ushered. Victorian bouquet ol r pha-
After a honeymxm in Trinidad. notis an(1 Uly-of-the-valley,
Patricia Grant served
Straus~Grant
Deborah Ann Grant, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Howard B. Grant of
Larchmont, N.Y.. and granddaugh-
ter of Mrs. Jeanette Magid of
Miami Beach ant the late Harry publisher and vie. president
Magid, was married Saturday. Magazines tor Industry
to Michael Joseph Straus Cowles Communications. Inc a a
as maid of honor; hci other at-
tendants were hei cousin, Mrs,
Howard Jackson, and Andn
lieb. Dr. Howard R, C !
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Gerald Sapadin ushered,
The bride, whosi :..' n is 1
natt.
. gown of siik organza w.th Swedish sept. b.
appliqutd flowers and a bridal bou- of Narbeth. Pa., the son of Mrs. cum laude graduat- ol Mi<
quet of white orchids an; stepha- Fa> ''. Straus of Bal Harbour State University and has recently
notis. was attended by Elayne and the late Mr. Straus of Cincin- completed work in thi ilogy
Brenner, maid >f honor.
Lawrence Resnick served as
best man: B*:. Hirsh, Warren
Bermar.. Charles Tishgart [an
Roser.feld. G >rg U a and Ger-
ald Glickst --- -: d.
After .....tri
waii and tt the
if education at Tcmpli Univi
for which she will recei\
Master's degree. A men
Kappa Delta Pi. natioi
tion honor society, sh< wi
the staff of the LaMbratory .
of Temple University
ti acher,
will liv S ith Miami.
Rabbi Arnol i Kaiman and Can-
tor Edward Graaam officiated at
the ceremony, which took place
igainst a background of white
chrysanthemums gypsophilia and
roses in th Han pshire Country
': unaroneck, N.Y. The gown
: is : by the brid s for her wed-
iing was if iu le s >ie
dice and sleeves of A' : in
. I with -.....i i>earls
rderoi matching la ti nded the Salmon P. Chasi
or. r. era ,-*h train and at School.
A member of Sij
fraternity, Mr Stra is
B B A 1> gn e in finance 1
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marriage i Phyllis Kassin and
Pi. Mark Brent Wickman at
Timpk V-- rah. Miami Beach.
Pri-sen1 > Uaching in the Iowa
State s< I .' ystem. the bride, who
\*as form .. affiliated with the
Dadi County public schools, is a
graduati Miami Beach Hi'h
School and the University of Mi-
ami. Hoi f> nts are Mr. and Mrs.
rVRS. ARZHV* R05D.BU!*
; Kassin, 1330 N. Biscayne
Point Rd.. Mia^ii Beach
.- ntly a resident in urology
it tha University of Iova Hospital,
Dr. Wickman, the son of Dr. and
Mrs WLliam 'vVickman, 1800 West
24th St.. Sans? t Island 3, Miami
Beach. Ls a graduate of Miami
Braci High School, Tulane Univer-
sity and the University of Miami
School of Medicine. He Ls a mem-
ber of Tau Epsilon and Phi Delta
Epsilon.
Shelley Kassin served as maid
of honor and Melvyn Trute was
best man.
Dr. and Mrs. Wickman will
' b" living in Iowa Citv, Iowa.
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att< n linj Si rn O Hep foi
Worn n, the bridi a graduate of
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Steve Reinhard, as best man. The
ushers w< re Abraham Geldwerth
Michael Goldman, Ronald Gross
Michael Reinhard. Henry Shiman
sku and Henry Silberman.
The bride wore a gown of im-
I ported Alencon lace over silk peat]
|de soie, and carried a bridal bou-
quet of pure white orchids arrang- j
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Among the honored guests at
the wedding were Mr. and Mrs.
Sam Reinhard of Miami Beach,
the bride's grandparents.
Brooklyn, N.Y., will be the new-
Ivweds' home after a wedding trip I
to the Bahamas. ;
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Barbara Jean, to Larry Spencer director of advertising of the Hotel
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Friday, September 19, 1953

. ^Arbout people and f^ia
CCS
How Smart Can You Be?
Zclda (Mrs. Philip) Thau *'as smarl <<
to begin with. Bui after attending the llth
annual Universit> Summer Adult In-
stitutes, the first ol which was "Man As an In-
dividual" and the second "Institutions and Cor-
porate Man." she's smarter than over. And she's
not the onlj one the Institutes were attended
by neopU From all over the world lay people
an 1 professionals people from all walks of life.
Everyone seemed 10 be "hung-up" on crowd-
ing as much learning as possible Into the time
allowed. There were even wonderful lectures in
the evening. Zelda became a regular schoolgirl,
Irving in the dorm and eating in the faculty cen-
ter. She says she sees why people come year
aftei after year -many of them had attended all
the Institutes held 10 date and she regrets hav-
ing missed them up until now.
How True!
A very Interesting New Year's card came
from Rabbi Yaakov Rosenberg and his family in
Philadelphia this year. The message read: 'If
in the New Year we will be no belter as Jewish
human beings than we were in the old year, then
win have P.osh Hashanah?" ... A thought-
provoker, that. Each year I feel ashamed thai I
sent no New Year's cards when I receive so
many (there were more this year than ever be-
forci. Bui 1 wish for each one of you the best
,,f everything, especiallj HEALTH. That is the
most important.
Around The World In Eighty Days
Myra and Aaron Fair are off on a trip around
the world. 11 finally discovered what "around
the kvorld" means you go one way and come
back another. Does that mean that when 1 go
out the front d 1 >r : m; '.: and c ime in the
back dour. I'm reallj nd the world? 1
Myra and Aaron are 1 > onlj 31 days
but she's so anxious to h II tin n who
had a party, who bought 1 new dress, who i-
sick and who tvon in the card game news that
LVe been given an address in Taipei. Taiv. n. to
which I'm to forward such vital information. I'll
l antics ol all our elected officials elsewhere.
/ Feel like A Grandmother
Now don't gel excited. I'm not supposed to
be a grandmother until October ol 1970 which
is still one year and one month off. Why? Well,
Jere and Shirley have promised my mother a
great-grandchild for her 90th birthday, and that's
1.1 months from now. I feel like a grandmother
because I hear myself saving. "Net lx>eause it is
MY school. Inn because it really is the greatest."
I'm back at Nautilus Junior High School, where
the principal. Dr. Gerald Drey fuss, the teachers
and most assuredly the children are the great-
est on the Beach. Of course I know most of the
parents of children in my ninth grade English
classes. I'm having a great time fitting parents
and children together. When these papas and
mamas get a call from me. 1 won't be trying to
get their party news for this column. I will be
making a personal report on the doings of their
little dat lings in school.
Here And There
Seen at that new fish place in Coral Gables
were Mr. and Mrs, Marshall Harris, the Josh
Sirkins and Mrs, Irving Hirsch and her future
daughter-in-law, who were undoubtedly having a
part;, or coming from one they were wearing
little pink flowers Stanley and Joni Tate
celebrated their 20th wedding anniversary at the
Carriage lions.'with the Edward Denisons. I can
cm remember the day Joni, the cutest little
black-haired bain-, was born, and now. though she
still looks ilk,' a teenager, she has three nearly-
grown children Acting like newlyweds as
they celebrated their L'stb anniversary at the
D al Williams were Dottj and Henry Morris.
Frances lehnan
Wometco Films Opening Friday
Wometco Theatres
Wometco Theaters have sched-
uled a number of ni w films, b -
ginning Friday, "Journey to the
Far Side space adventure film since the
Apollo 11 flight, opt ns at the
Miami, Miracle, 163rd St.. Palm
S]mii .- Surf and Plaza-Holl;
thi aten
ipi n I the < 'at i. w III be
1 11- ppi ned to A nt
<, : lin P I
Gol'di IF Her and I.
null y F 11 \ 1 h.
(11 ii j" 1 comi dj abot I a
1 1 king. qt ick-buck failure who
blunders Into trouble and emerges
a hero with Tom Courtney and
Ron Schneider playing the leads
.\i!l \>r showing al the Mayfair and
Sunset Theaters.
Russ Meyer's "Vixen," starring
' lea Gavin and Harrison Page,
Normanrij. Parkway
nd Boulevard Drh '-In. The C01 al
Up. and Not th D
I;: i\. -Ii s w ill 1 e show it.' '.
Love God" with 1
'Land," in wh
arry Sullh
p 1 leads
: held o\ t again ari "Th
Lion in Wintei." "Funnj Girl,"
1 ili\
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A whole gallery
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lay, September 19, 1969
*Jewlst ftaridKkUf
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G/l*MltoAMlU

BARRY AXELROD,
|arry Ricnara, tne son of Mr.
.Mrs. Ralph Axclrod, will bo-
[Di- Bar Mitzvah ;ii Temple
hanu-EI Saturday, Sept. 20.
Barry is a student ;ii Nautilus
ior High School, where lie is I;
eighth grade.
red ption in honor of (he celo-
ii.t will be held Saturday eve-
ig In 111"' Impel ial House.
lAmong the honored guests at-
hding the celebration will be
irry's grandmother, Mis. Rose
Irod.
*
MARTIN COHEN
Martin, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
[erman Cohen. 9530 S\V 15th Si
,ill observe his Bar Mitzvah ^
Tcmpte Or olom Satuiday morn-
lflj?, S :'r 36. '
Martin is a studi n1 a< Riviera
Junior High School, where he is in
Hi i ighth grade.
The Oneg Shabbal following the
Friday night sc rvices as wi II as the
Kiddush after Saturday's services
will be hosted by Martin's parents
in his honor.
Among the honored guests will
be tne celebrant's grandmother,
Vrs. Pauline Cohen.
Bl'RT GAM
Hurt M the son of Mr. and
Mrs. David B. Gam, will celebrate
his Bar Mitzvah Satin-day morn-
ing, Sept. 20. ni Temple Zion.
An eighth grade studenl a1 Pal-
Bcirry Axclrod
i Junior Hi jh School, Burl
plays v iola In th school's oi
11 a.
Bin I's parents u ill hosl a re-
ception in his honoi al Iheir home
fi Mow int; the worship services Sat-
urday.
JNF Plans Dec. Banquet
The annual banquet of the Jew-
ish National Fund will be held
Sunday, December 28. Reservations
sh mid be made through JNF
ill ce,
Israeli Ladies Seek
New Membership
Mrs. Harry Goklsti in, 801 Me-
lidian Aw.. Miami Beach, invited
her m ighboi and friends to the
brunch she hosted for The Isra li
Croup of Hadassah with the as-
sistance ol Mrs. Sol Potachin.
Rev. Harrj Kahan, who fiirmi r-
ly livi d in Israi I, sang for (he
group and slides of Israel were
show n as Mrs. Jay Dermi r nui -
rated the historical hack'..
Mrs. Joseph Mi'yer, prcsidenl ol
Israeli group, urged all the non-
memhera pre si nt to join lailassah.
QUOTABLE QI'OTES
"In spile ol their skill al
arms, the Jewish people is mil
militaristic and our first ami
deepest t radii inn is the concern
lor peace, the plowshare rather
than the sword, the messianic
dream of a world without war."
Rabbi Herbert A. Friedman,
Executive Vice Chairman.
United Jewish Appeal
Beth Torch Ladies Meet
The Millie Kahaner Sistcrhoi
ol Beth Toiah ('ongrcgalion wi I
hold iis li.si mi ting ol (he m
year in Ihe social hall of ihe ten -
pli 1031 N. Miami Beach Blvd.,
p n. Wednesday. The new presi-
dent, Mrs. Roy Marbin. and Mr-.
Nathan Sicsser, ways and meai -
< ii pit sklent, will be installed.
*' I ne |Mir|io-e ol man's life i-
liol happim'ss Imt worthiness.'
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Approx.
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Gino conti singing Treasury Official Cites Postmaster
At Fontainebleau
Singer Gino Conti, who recently
di Italian lor Tikva R cords, is per-
forming in the c;i','i Room of the
Fontainebli au Hotel.
The w< ll-known singer, who has
appeared in hotels and nightclubs
in New York. Las Vegas and De-
troit, is filling a one-week engage-
ment in the Gigi Room, which had
been scheduled to close for re-
furbishing. The closing was post-
poned becausi of the hotel's full
booking and heavy schedule.
Season's First Meeting For
Temple Menorah Sisterhood
The Sisteruood of Temple Me-
iorah will hold its first meeting
of the 1969-70 season Wednesday
at 1 p.m. in the temple's serial hall
nt 75th Street and Carlyle Ave..
Miami Beach.
A play entitled 'Heed Ye the
Sound of the Shofar" will be pre-
sented. Mrs. Sheldon I.elehuk. pro-
gram chairman, has announced.
In the cast are .Mrs. Marge Blis-
tein, Mrs. Irene Doifman, Mrs.
Lee Gottlieb, and Mrs. Florence
Lelchuk.
Mrs. Kssie Wolf is president of
the group.
Miami's P I r, E. M. Dim-
, lap, has n ceivi d a commendation
' from Kin" r L. Ri stad, national
director i I the U.S. Savings Bonds
Division ol the I > ; ai Im -nl of the
i r as iry, t >r his outstanding serv-
ice to the Schoo Savings Program.
"You are indeed an important
j ally." Mr. Rustad's letter said, "as
we work together to promote the
sale of U.S. Savings Bonds and
Stamps We are again eount-
Ing on your leadership in creating
widespread acceptanci of the pro-
gram in your community."
School Savings, as part of the
' nationwide U.S. Savings Bonds
i program, are offered in many
Dade County schools. Stamps are
available in live d-nominations.
from 10 cents to $5, and arc on
: sale on Stamp Days in the schools
! and at all times in Post Offices.
Stamp albums are provided to
, students at no cos", and when they
are filled, may be exchanged for
Savings Bonds at the family bank.
"My associates and I are proud
and pleased to continue this serv-
! ice to the young people of our
I community," Mr. Dunlap said.
"The School & ving
been tea :hing thrift and gO(
. ship to our youngsters for 28
years. I know of no betti r way to
' : courage them to gel started
with the savings habit."
Herb Magnes Guest Speaker
Guest speaker at a concert gath-
ering of the Four Freedoms Civic
Club No. 5 in the Ida M. Fishe-
Auditorium. 1424 Drexel Ave.. at
7:30 p.m. Wednesday will be Herb
Magnes, president of the United
Tenants League. The program will
also feature Sye Greene, panto-
mimist, soprano Honey Fromer
and astrology readings by Marion
E. Capper.
Tenants League Party
The United Tenants League is
sponsoring a card party in the
President Madison Hotel, 3801
Collins Ave., Miami Beach, be-
ginning at 7:30 p.m. Thursday,
Sept. 25, Mrs. Ronald Cole, execu-
tive director of the League, has
announced.
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Paqe ll-B
Obituaries
^N. I- l' F.. 77, I '"" An-
.... gar.\\ cables. Riverside.
I. nl SI .1 I >a \ "1
il< t \ i >T, torathy, 2899
|Ave., M.B. Blaaberg. Inter-
Nel ...
kRD. VucuMtn", 7:.'. i"" Meri-
Niilhii i J7T7, 1*46 James Ave.
Riyen Ide, Interim nl I .ak, -
II. rberl T., I3IKI Uncnln ltd .
|.\. h man.
Ida Yellin, 71. 1849 Jnmes
I.m It. Riverside.
|AN, Harry. ?. 3S0 CoUlna
M r. Riverside. Interment
i David.
5. Abraham Harry, 83, 1500
ltd.. M.B.. Riverside.
|, Thomas, M, mil Rlacayne
N'fwmB'.i, Interment Lake.-I
|AN. I'll nil.-, 74. JJ7S s; \y
Ter. Gordon. Interment .\ic.
ISTEIN. Lena Blderman, So '
I'.-lliii* \i-., M it. Riverside.
Ida, *>. 1181 N.i-:. Ifiliih si .
__I flordon. Interment .Ml. Nebo.
ttDMAN, Marl.. K :| rslnml
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIHCUIT COURT OFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND
FOR DACE COUNTY.
IN CHANCCRY
No. 69-15266
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
IRENE >A AI.SH.
Plaintiff,
PRANK \\ AI.SH.
11. fendant.
TO: FRANK WALSH
222 Jamison Avenue
Toronto, i 'anadtt
Vou FRANK WALSH, uri lierch)
notified llial a Hill of Complaint tor
Divorce has been filed iiKaltiHt you,
and you arc required i< nerve a copy
>f your Answer or Pleading to the
Hill ..f C.miilnr.it on ill.- Plaintiff's
attorney, SANFORD H. KRAMER.
II."." N.W. Mill Street, Miami. Florida
113138 and file Ihc original Answer or
Pleading In the office of the Clerk !
the Circuit Court on or before Ihc
171I1 day of October, 1969, If you fail
to do .-... judgment by default will
be taken against you for the relief de-
manded in the Bill of Complaint.
Tins notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive iveeki
in THE JEW ISM I- i.i IRIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDBBED at Miami,
''l.iiiila. this 15th day >.f September
A i 1969.
E R LEATHERMAN. Clerk
Circuit Court, Bade Cou.ily, Florida
By: D. RYAN
ii. put) Clerk
(i 'ii-i-iiii i '..in i Si '11
SANFORD II KRAMER
: I 50 N.W. i lili Street
.Miami. Florida 33131!
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Iii UK: K-l:il. 01
I'K.UJI. 1.1 P.MAN
11. .-I.....i
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To All '^editor* mid All Pet hoih Hnv-
m i r llemandu A-mjum Said
l->tnte:
Vou :ii. hereby notified nnd reiiulr-
>.i to prefient any I'lalma and demandu
w ii, i \..u nii,\ have ngniiiHt the e-
laic of I'KAIU. I.IPJIAX deceiiKed
Inti "I i':i'!. County, Florida, lo tin
County -in-I-"-;- "f Dude Cou.ily, nnd
iii, h, same In duiillcate nnd as
provided in Section 733.16,
StntUtcH, in their i.iTi.-. .- In llle Count)
Courthouse i" Dnde County, Florida,
within sis faleni-.il* monthn from the
time of the first publication hereof,
*.r the Hnme w ill be barred,
Dated :ii Miami, Florida, iiii* Kill
day of September, A.li. 1900,
S. CIEORGE TRAOER
As AdminiHtrator, CTA
First pubileation of ibis notice on
Hie 19th day of September, I9S9.
S, <:i:< >RGE TRAGBR,
Attorney for
AdminiHtrator, CTA
860 95th Street, Miami Reach, Florida
:i 19-26 1" ::-l"
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OFTHE
STATE OF FLORIDA
TO A I.I. Tii WHOM THESE PRE-
SENTS SHAM. CO"iIE, tlREETIXUS
Whereas, GRAHAM C. Mll.l-Klt,
Miami, Florida; HAROLD PETER
HARK AS, Miami, Florldn: HBRHERT
W. Hoiilci.SANi;. Miami, Florida 'li'i
..ii the L'Tili 'lay of August, A.D. 1962
, .hi-, in I... Incorporated under the
laws ..f the State ..f Florldn SPEED
CRAFT PROPERTIES, IXC. i cor-
poration, with Its principal place of
business :ii Miami. Dade County in
the State of Florida, nnd whi reas
such corporation did on the 15th day
..r Si ptemher, V, I I9( 9, cause t" be
i, ,i in the office of the Si en tary ..f
Stale "f the State of Florida, the
documentarj authority required under
. is in |d i Statutes,
Inn tin ii of -in I-
\,.\... lb. n fore, the Si ct etnrj ol
State il v certify lo tb
i he Is Hiltlsfii .1 that
of ill. '. I..' I
I... i '>-,-' ,i with.
!\ WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto s. i ni.'
..I ill.- Great Seal of the Sti......f
i, ,.i Tallahassee, the Capital.
iliis the I'.ili da) of September, \ D
|| ,
Ti Ol ADAMS
Secretary of State
:. PJ 69
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CIVIL ACTION No. 69-12149
NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE
CECIL PEARL,
Plaintiff,
i s
GCY 11 ICSTES, el u\. el nl,
I let'eiiflants,
NOTICE IS HKREIIV GIVEN pur-
suant i.. ,i Final 11. ii of Fon closure
dated September loth, 1969, and en-
i.ri.i in civil Action Cnse Xo, .;;.-
12449 ol il.. Circuit Court of the
l-:i. \ .ii i Ii Judicial Circuit III and i"i
Dade County, Florida wheretn CECIL
PEARL. Plalnliff, and UCV K
I3STHS, el on. .i iii.. Defendants, I
- i to the hlirhesl and best blddi r
fr rush in ill.- lobbj al the South
from door of the Dadi Count) Court-
housi i'i Miami, Dnde County, Florida
.,, 11:<)! o'elock A.M., "ii the 29th
dny of September, 1969, Ihi following;
I..,I property as set forth in s.u.l
Final I *'' i"- ii:
All the u.....Is, chatti I- and pet nonal
propert) iiow In the tin in
known as 12991 tt'esl Dixie llmii-
way. North Miami, Florida, and
particular)' 'I.....rlbi d as follows:
Machinery: Treseotl Shrink Tunnel,
Serial No. 4071S2; Anderson Seal-
r, Serial No. ',71.1; F, I. Hurl
Filler, Serial No 2S8; Scales
(Jacob's Deli co i Irnm) 3 i" -'
ll> Series L-5: Pols, llxi rs;
Pedders Central I'nll. \'i Ton
(Reverse): O.E. Thin li le ', Ton
Fan, 20"; File Cabinet: Portable
TV Radio: Electric Stovi Curv-
ed Formlcti Desk: Chairs In .....
Carpet: lamps: Tables: all clo.
-in-, s. .,-i|.-. bottles, lars, print-
ing:, shlpplna material illsplnys;
l.i.l. l-:.|ui|'iin ni: All Finished pro-
ducts : ml raw materials: Nu
Mas. a products: TaiiKce products:
Ri-ll.tnce pencil products; Wnler
heater: Tubs: Counter tables,
i-hnlrs: Iwo 121 fire extinguishers
il refriirerator.
i mi. ,i this hitli .lav "f September,
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH J U DICI AL CIRCU IT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND l"OR
DADE COUNTY.
Nc. i, 1-15279
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
A NT' INK (II i.NZA l-EZ
Plaintiff
vs.
IRAI.I.X 't' INZALEZ
I lendant,
Vill", < "K.M.IA G( INZALEZ, i -
deuce address: 66 Fort U.. hlii|i
Ave., npartmenl 21, New I'urk, N '
lire reiiuired lo hi. j our uiihi i
i.. the i-iiiii|il:iini for divorce with the
clerk of the above court tr.id sorvi
a fopy thereof, upon, HERMAN
COHEN, CSi.i., 1310-11 Congress
llldtr.. .Miami. Florida "n or before
October 22, 1969, or elite complaint
will bo taken as eonfessed,
DATE]'; S. ptemher 15th, 1969
K. IS. LEATHERMAN
Clerk of the Circuit <"..urt .'
Uy: C, I.. ALEXANDER
ii ir. nil Court Seal)
:. 19-26 I" i
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA, IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CASE NO. 69-8218 .'
NOTICE OF ACTION
DAVID N. STEINDElUi and
RUTH W. STEINBERG, his wife,
Plaintiffs,
vs. ^^
EVELVN ,\n 'UC.AN,
, a single woman;
WILLIE LOI' GfLLARD, n widow:
JAt Oil STt)NE; .M.VR.V WKNGROW
and s I! WAlxwmiillT and
BETTY JANE WAINWRIOHT,
ilis M il. .
I'. i. admits.
TO: S. R. WAIXW'IUQHT
263,1 N.W. 35th Terrace
.Miami. Florida
or
24X0 N.W. -,:.iii Terrace
.Miami. Florida
AND It i:
IIBTTV JANE WAIN WRIGHT
2633 N.W. "'.'.Hi Terrai i
.Miami. Florida
or
24XH N.W. -".-".tli Tern.....
.Miami. Florida
V'l" ARE HEREBY NOT1FIKD
that an Action to Forei l"s.- a Mot
traRe .-ii the following] real propel
located in I ludv County, Florida:
l...t '., Tliomson Park, according
lo il.. Plat thereof as recorded
in I'll, l Rook IT al |i.il. la i.l' lli.
Public Records ..i Dade County.
Florida:
lias been filed niiaiiisl y.u ind you
are i an reil i" servi it cop) of > out
\\ iii i. ii defenses, if any. to ii
MYKRS, KAPLAN, PORTER, LEVIN-
SON ,v KENIN, 1156 S.W. Isi Street
.Miami. Florida 33130. Plahitlff's .
lorn. "ii or before < letober 20|li
I960, and file tin orlKlnal with tin
i i. i:, .a ilii- ..mi either l" foi.- set
\i.. on Plaintiff's nttorne) br ini
medlntelv Ihi-reafter: otherwise n de
fault "ill l- entered agralnsl you foi
the nllef demanded in the Complaint
WITNESS my hand and Ihc si
of this i '.a.....n Septi nil., i- 11. I9H
K i: LEATHERMAN
i "lerk of said Courl
Hy: M i: Hi i.NSTEIN
as I i.-pniy Clerk
ii 'in nu i "ourl Seal)
9. in-... l" l-io
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84407 (Judge Clark)
In RE: Kami.....
UEHTHA \> KINSTEIN
l'.....--1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I'.i All Creditors nnd All Persons Hav-
ing Claim* or Demands Against Sai.l
i;-,. ii
You are hereby ii.'iit'i.-.l ami requii
.1 to pr.....i any claims and dema'mL
ulilcli v "ii may have ngalnsl the
lat< nl HERTHA WEINSTEIN deeei
il late nl Dade County, Florida, lo
ihc County Judges of Dadi Count)
mid iii- the same in duplicate and ai
1 ini.viilnl in S.-.-'i..n 733.16, Florldn
Statutis, in their offices in lite Comity
Com house in Dade County, Florid*
within six calendar months front the
time of the first publication hereof
in tin same will barn .I
l.. led al .Miami. Florida, 00* i.'al-.
da) of Seplember, A.D. 1969
RITA ABRAMS,
Administratrix Cum
Teatamento Annexo
Firs! publication ..f this notice
ill. Ir ill day of September, 1969,
IRVING CVPEN LAW OFFICES
Attorne) for Administrntrlx C.T.A.
X25 Arthur Godfri y Road
.Miami Reach, Florida S3140
... 19-26 l" 8-1"
PRELIMINARY CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE STATE
OF FLORIDA
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE PRE-
SENTS SHALL COME GREETINGS
Whereas. GODFREY K. NEWMAN
(Hi ml Reach, Florida: MISIMIK
WEINER. Miami Reach. Florldn
SfZANNE TANZBR, Miami Beach.
Florida did on the 19th day of Jan-
uary, \ 11 194* cause i" be Incorporat-
eil under the laws of the State "i
Fli ii-la GOI DEN GATE APART
MKNTS, INC, a forporatlon, with
its principal place of business at
Miami lli h, Dade County In Ihi
Stall of Florida, and whereas Buch
.....aii"n 'ini "ii the 5th day ol
V.D 1969, ause lo I"
i'iit-,1 in the office <( ih<- Secretar)
.1 stai o the State of Flot Ida, the
docui luthorlty required umi -
. i Si I. ii .' 27, Florida Statuti -
-i wins iii. dissolution of such
-
'ii- fore, il"- Si n tar)
b) i rtify i" i he
il that he is salIsfled thai
li.- v. ".in. nu nts of the law ha\ e
I........moiled 'ill.
IN \\ ITN BSS WHEREi 'I'. I ha> -
set my hand and havi
I Great Seal "f the Stal.....'
T.illahassi.. ihc Capital
this iii. Fifth day of September, A i,

TOM ADAMS
Secretary of State
9, 19 69 ,


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Dilemma Confronts American Liberal
Ht,
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CHASE
MILTON FRIEDMAN
implications of Arab terror-
jnfront the "knee-jerk" Hb-
bf the American Jewish com-
ix with a dilemma.
liberals militantly oppose
^ncept of preventive arrest of
terrorists in the United
8. Yet Israel has mad-;' pre-
^e arrests totalling in the
is to limit Arab terrorism.
Obvious reasons of self-preser-
L Israel has filled her jails
(terrorists and suspected ter-
ditional liberalism has oppos-
|ie jailing of teen-agers who
rm anti-social acts. But Arab
rists have used boys as young
to throw bombs into Israeli
\s in Europe.
[rals have yet to resolve the
of pre-emptive military
I^Hes. Nor can liberals reconcile
selves to reprisal actions. Per-
! who consider themselves pro-
bives are torn with guilt when
\\\ jets incinerate guerrillas
napalm. A mental state in-
by Vietnam tends to equate
Israeli survival struggle with
otally dissimilar American in-
ement in Vietnam.
tie Soviet Union has supplied
lArabs with precisely the same
lets, mines, and terror devices
used by the Viet-Cong. Extn
seek to "Vletnamize" ihc-
Israeli struggle. The fight is por-
trayed in leftist propaganda as an
Arab "liberation" war. This blurs
the true character of the Israeli
survival struggle against gen
at the hands of Arab racists.
Younger elements of th? U.S. I
Jewish community are obsessed by
ai.ti-war, anti-draft, and anti- \
military convictions that transcend
Vietnam. Young Israelis cannot
afford such a luxurious cloud
cuckooland. They know that armed
strength is essential to survival.
They have no illusions about the
true aspirations of the Arabs and
the Soviet Union.
The mood gripping Western
liberalism affects non-Jewish liber-
als as well as Jews. Where was the
sense of outrage when Arab ter-
rorists brought children to Europe
to throw bombs? Where is the
drive in the New Left ranks to
repdiate and denounce the Fatah
and Palestine Liberation Front as
racist thugs?
Israel is fighting for her very
life against forces who would finish
Adolf Hitler's extermination pro-
gram. Yet a dangerous illusion is
spreading among well-moaning.
well-educated Americans. It is a
conviction that Arab violence and
Israeli vii : can be equated
The victim is condemned for strlk
ir.g back at the assailant.
Liberal journals of opinion to
some extent concluded that hi-
iacking of an Israeli-bound air-
iiner was a mere excess of the
Aiab iteration" struggle. A dif-
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'National Review" ecited by con- j
stivative Wiiiiam F. Buckley. Jr.
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that "the recent skyjacking of a,
TWA jet to Syria dramatizes the :
refusal of major powers to agree
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ly corribfit air piracy. An absolute I
boycott of flights to and from all.
nations which refuse immediate!
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Friday, September -q
Rabbi Kronish To Lead Bond Effort
Israel's Deputy Premier, Gen. Yigal Allon, addressed the
graduating class of Tel Aviv University as Dr. George S.
Wise, president of the university, and Leonard Rosen of Bay
Harbor Islands, right, look on. Mr. Rosen is president of the
American Friends of the Tel Aviv University and deputy
chairman of the university's board of governors. Dr. Wise
and Mr. Rosen also addressed the 12th annual commence-
ment exercises in Tel Aviv.
Workmen's Circle Opens Fall Season
The nati
i un1 i i Isra I Bonds
during th. High Holy D
Ing a l d by Dr.
:,. rabbi of T n Shulom. the Isra< IB I Oi
zation's iW chairman
s. >
B cause of the unusua
for a ating Bpace during Kol N'idre
senices, Rabbi Kronish will con-
duct idi ntical si Mies Sunday at
6 30 and 8:45 p.m. in the Miami
r ach temple. The twin servic
will provide accommotlations for
more than 4.000 persons al Temple
Bi Hi Sholom, where Rabbi Kro-
nish 14 years ago helped to launch
the United States' congregational
i!ii\i for Israel Bonds.
Rabbi Kronish. who recently
\isiicd Israel on a Histadrul study
mission, reported an "overwhclm-
- nse to iSi.' people and land
. ; [s < i >'- rinj R
sci-vii I 'hi nation."
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In case after c.r:e docL
proved, while gently relievy
pain and itching, actual redid
ticn (shrinkage) took placs/l
The answer is i'r,-,-.o,-,', J ha
W*-there is no other fornvJ hot
like it for hemorrhoids. Pr?pM
ration H also aoothes imlanieVY
irritated tissues and l.elpspiT
vent further infection. InoiJ
ment or suppository form.
the
the
Branch 1059 of The Workmen's
Circlf will begin its fall season at
an 8:15 p.m. Saturday meeting In
the auditorium of the Washington
Federal, 1133 Normandy Dr., Mi-
ami Beach.
Murray Tubelle will review "The
Passionate People" by Roger
Kahn. and delegates who attended
the Labor Day weekend Southern
Region Conference In Savannah.
Ga., will report on the committee
meeting! and decisions.
Edward Tumaroff. executive di-
rector of the Israel Histadrul
Council of Florida, will be guest
speaker at the meeting of the
coordinating committee of The
Workmen's Circle at 8 p.m. Mon-
day. Sept. 29. which will take
place at its Lyceum, 25 Washing-
ton Ave., Miami Beach.
Dilemma Confronting
Liberals Of America
Continued from Preceding Page
ti n soil, V:-' ric n res nses dif-
fered.'! : 'Is piously denounc I
vv v I ilence as .. danger tus
on. But L\S. military' men
itely welcomed the blow as a
lurage >us wai ning to
the Arabs and Russians.
!<-. a. lis arc somewhat embarrass-
ed to find thi in a situation i
whi ;ervati\ oad aid
Isr I's survival while liberals ad-
monish Israel to refrain from hit-
ting 1 Israel is therefore re-
ex icept of the
fi n ign : o Itical spectrum. A ten-
nclusion appears t<> be
tha .( is not
bad there may
s flaws In the
left is
I" S. Jewish I ln-
1 :'' ling on a s isal. I
Committees will make their re-
ports, and delegates to the South-
ern Region Committee will be
elected.
N. Miami Beach Singles
Schedule Social events
The Singles of North Miami
Beach have planned a series >
events. Anyone between the age*
of 30 and 49 may attend the
social on Wednes lay at 8 p.m. at
the Washington Federal Auditori-
um, (199 N.E. 167th Street, North
Miami Beach.
A g ila ive kend at the Desert
Inn. 17201 Collins Ave., is set for
September 26, 27 ind 28. Bob
Lawrence is sroup president.
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kday. September 19, 19G9
vjenjslh Thrfdiar
["ravel Is Easy On Queen Elizabeth II, B'noi ftyhul Ladies
Paqe 15-B
|You get caught in a traffic jam
the way to the airport; packed
^to a plane, you sit in one spot
hours, eat your kosher meal
m a little tray, and try hard to
ix, while 100 other passengers
try to make themselves com-
rtable when it's really not pos-
it. You wriggle in your seat,
jing to find a more comfortable
it. but managing only to wrinkle
|r clothes. There is no privacy.
i>n at last your plane lands, you
her your belongings, struggle
ihe crowded aisle and out of
plane, for the long walk into
j air terminal, to reclaim your
kage and get a taxi to your
pi. where with luck, your room
be ready. Without it, you will
to check your luggage and.
lillion Telephone
ectories To Be
?tributed Here
covers of the new 1969-70
Iti-r Miami telephone directo-
bries. soon to lie distributed
|iKhout the area, are adorned
I photographs of Miami's sky-
Si twilight, as seen from Bis-
Bay and the Marine Sta-
d^H boat ran ai high noon. The
t^fl^nks 1.000.000 copies each
low and white pages, filled 48
IS.
lificantly thicker this year
of progress there are near-
more white pages than last
a clear indication of Miami's
li. figured at 400 names to a
cause of the area's tremendous
growl., a. the past 12 months, sev-
eral it central offices have been
consti'acted lure, making a change
l^ksarv in many cases. Thesi
[numbers are listed in the di-
py. Subscribers are cautioned
to use the new books until
31, however, since these new
is do not take effect until
late.
kidents and visitors alike will
I the 1969-70 director offers
useful information than (vcr
For example, an easy ref-
encc page for city, county, state
federal government telephone
fibers categorically lists gov-
rtent services frequently called
Subscribers.
not her feature is a page in
pish and Spanish covering cur-
statistics and information for
per Miami visitors and new
gnts. Furnished by the Great-
liami Chamber of Commerce
|the Miami-Metro Department
purism and Publicity, this
ful guide covers recreation
p. business aid, and consumer
Ices available to the public.
tired and wrinkled, hang around
for an hour or two. Does this story
sound all-too-familiar?
Any airplane will get you to
Europe faster than Cunard's new-
est luxury liner, the Queen Eliza-
beth II, but what's the hurry?
After all. you will have started the
vacation of a lifetime the moment
you were welcomed aboard. A city
afloat, the Q.E. II has nightclubs,
bars, swimming pools, shopping ar-
cades, two libraries, a plush movie
theater, art gallery, Turkish bath,
sauna and gymnasium. Fully air-
conditioned, each beautifully dec-
orated room is sound proof and
most have private baths.
But what makes the Queen Eliz-
abeth II unique is the fact that
when Cunard built this ship, which
was put into transatlantic service
May 9, provision was made for the
observant Jewish traveler. The
ship's synagogue seats 30 and is
tOBU fully furnished, and the liner
boasts a fine and completi koshei
kitchen so your departure dates
need not iie limited.
Cunard's luxury vessel will be
cruising the Caribbean during No-
vember and December this year.
The highest quality accommoda-
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entertainment are being made-
available at a surprisingly low cost
for five days of comfort, relaxa-
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Plen Meetings, Events
Sisterhood ol Congregation B'nai
Raphael held their tirst meeting
of the new year or Monday with
Mrs. Alan Nienberg. president.
presiding. Mis. Steward Wagner
was program chairman.
Future meetings, will be held the j
third Monday e>f each month.
The lirbt fund raising event will j
be an auction or. November 16 at |
the Temple. Mrs. Ben Eigner. ways
and means vice president. Mrs.
Henry Caplan, circle leader and
the May Circie women are plan-
nine; the event. Harold Freed man
will be auctioneer.
Membership is open: Mrs. Ben
Shaviro ij membership vice presi-
dent.
OCEANFRONT, 25th to 26th Streets
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food a Beverage Director
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Page 16-B
*Jerw'sf fhrkfian
Friday, September It
A<
USY Membership Breakfast
Sunday At Beth David South
Beth David Congregation will
hold its annual rsY membership
i n akfasl at 11 a.m. Sunday In the
auditorium of the South Dade
1.1 .inch, located at 7300 SW 120th
St.
A traditional Sunday morning
breakfast will bo served, followed
by a variety show featuring He-
brew and American folk songs.
Kntertainment will he providi il by
Mikki shin, Denise Lipson and
the Shalom Singers, whose lead
vocalist was Mis.-. Israel of lviii".
A well-known local band will play
in til- dance which will culminate
the festivities.
All youngsters ages 11-17 who
may be interested in joining Beth
David's chapter ol United Syna-
gogue Youth arc invited to attend.
Sixth and seventh graders (ll-12i
i.n- eligible for pre-USY. Older
(in s will join senior chapters.
Local Students At Hebrew University
Hudson Is Named
By Southern Bell
Southern Bell Telephone Com-
pany vice president L. B. Sheffcy
has announced that J. S. Hudson
has been named to the newly-
created post of assistant vice pres-
ident of its South Florida area, a
position mule necessary by South
Florida's unprecedented growth.
As Bell's No. 2 executive in this
area, Mr. Hudson, a native ol Mar-
ianne and a graduate of the Uni-
versity ol Florida, will have the
authority to implement company
policies and practices in addition
i day-to-day activities, Mr. Shef-
i j said.
A n sident ol Miami since I960,
Mr. Hudson, who began his tele-
phone career in Jacksonville in
lf)57, pro n i through the man-
One of the TOO Hebrew Univer-
sity students from overseas this
summer was Pamela Harris, the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P.. J.
Harris of West Palm Beach, and
granddaughter ol Col. and Mrs.
William J. Harris of Miami Beach.
M.s. Esther Berger, 7328 SW 82nd
St., Mark, the son of Dr. and Mrs.
Louis Bunim, and David, the son
of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Stern, were
also enrolled at the university in
Ji rusalem.
Miss Harris, whose course in ar-
chaeology at the Jerusalem educa-
tional institution included field
trips to Qumran, Massada, Beet
sheba, Avdat and the Arad i xcava-
tions, spent most of the summer
In Israi I's Negev di sert.
The Hebrew Umvtrsitj of Jeru-
salem, founded on Mount Scopus
in 1918. has a total ol 13.500 stu-
dents, including 2,400 from over-
seas, the majority ol whom arc
from the United Slates, Canada,
the United Kingdom. France, West
Germany and Switzerland are also
represented. Courses are taught in
English, although language study
1. S. HUDSON
agement levels in the Commercial
and Marketing Department and
More recently headed the com-
pany's Marketing operation in the
South Florida an a.
An active member of the Great-
n Miami Chamber of Commerce,
the Florida Association of Broad-
casters, the South Florida Council
Ol Hoy and Girl Scouts and the
Greater Miami Cultural Arts Cen-
ter, Mr. Hudson, who is past presi-
dent of the Southeast Region of
the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation,
was the 1967 recipient of the Out-
standing Young Man in America
award, presented by the South
Miami Jaycees. He and his wife,
the former Jo Ann Howsman of
West Palm Beach, are the parents
of four children.
RABBI and MRS.
A. BEN-HILLEL
Extend to the Officers
and Members of
CONGREGATION
ETZ CHAIM
Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
in Modern Hebn w is offered as
well as classical and modern
I Arabic. Archaeological courses in-
1 elude field nips to such sites as
the excavation at the southern
Temple wall, under the direction
,,i Hebrew University's BsaC BeBi
jamin Mazar,
university is now rebuildin
its original Mounl Scopus home,
C( lo which was cut oil In 1948
and regained during the Six-Day
War of .Tune I
Main Library Sets
Sunday Schedule
The Miami Public Library's
librarj w ill opi n e ich Sun ij n
I :i 0 ie 6:00 p.m. during thi I II,
winter and spring beginning Sept-
ember _'s.
The schedule lor all other I IJ -
i- usual: Monday through Fri-
day 10:00 a.m. to 9:0 I p.m. and on
Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00
p.m.
Pamela Harris of Palm Beach, Florida (center) looks c: j
print with two other American students at the Museum :t
Arad during a Hebrew University summer course.
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Bagels...and Good Coffee
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Friday. September 19, 1969
*Jewisli McrffdHiann
Round Town
Major Arthur 3. Roth, whose
ui Ruth, is the daughter of
M.-. Uert;i II. Klein of Miami
Bi h. "ill wear a distinctive
sei ice rihbi n I i mark his affili-
ai with the 4683rd Air Base
1 jri i nland,
i'rni il tin- Ir.S. Air
l i landing Unit Award.
mi w ho completed Offi-
< Can li late School and re-
i i d his commission in 1913,
i rned his LL.B. degree from
c. eiand-Marshall Law School.
li- is a l< gal stafl officer of the
groiip. which was cited for ex-
< ptional meritorious achieve-
n in support of rescue and
clian-up operations after an air-
ci I accident near Thulc last
yi e .
i
I
Mrs. Frances Waldron, a re-
cenl graduate of Mount Sinai
Hospital's School of Practic-
c Nursing, has been named
"S jdent Nurse of the Year"
I the Florida Convention of
Licensed Practical Nurses,
fv rs. Waldron had maintain-
e: a straight "A" average
throughout her studies a
Mount Sinai, the only state
and nationally accredited
s:.'ool of practical nursing in
t. e southeast.
Holiday Greetings From
MiRMiUT it.
SYKES. fiVC.
S TKES BRACE for HERNIA
Requires No Straps
Positive Control
bailable under Medicare,
Part B when prescribed
by Physicians.
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Phone 371-4022
YEAR GREETINGS
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_.
Page 17-B
Hialeah Record Purse
! the Jan. IK March .". meeting. The
value of the Hialeah Tun Cup, a
a<.000-lded races this whiter has ,,,,, ,..,,...... s_-_1Mil) ,
in adciiti.in i,, i(, new S2.r>,000 .
stakes races its president. Gen. Put ,l in a class with th. $U i,< I
Mori, has revealed, making a rec- Widener and the $100,000 F -
ord S3.043.969 purse program for mingo.
"The Great One," Jackie Gleason, is shown with I. G. (Jack)
Davis, president of Resorts International, which owns and
operates Paradise Island, Nassau, Bahamas, and Mrs. Jack
Philbin at Paradise Island's Cafe Martinique.
Cotillion Club To Start At Temple Judea
The Cotillion Club of Temple ;room each Wednesday
Judea will begin its yearly in-
struction program for seventh.
eighth and ninth graders Oct. 15.
Dance
meet in
am
th.
social rlasses will
temple's assembly
night under
the direction of Raymond Denson,
who will be assisted by Miss Doris
Angle. Mrs. Harold EtarkowitZ and
Mrs. Philip Abel are cochairmen.
Registration is now oiien.
THZ OFFICERS and BOARD OF DIRECTORS of
THE GREATER MIAMI WOMEN'S AUXILIARY
OF THE JEWISH HOME FOR THE AGED
Itlend New Year Greetings to All Their Member! and friendi
MRS. URRY SIIVERMAN, President
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>Je*1si>F*orXUa*v
Friday. September 19, 1969
Shelley Friedland
Is Mrs. M. A. Singer
The marriage of Shelley Fried-
I nd, the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs Larry Friedland. COSO Pine
Tree Dr. Miami Beach, to Mi
Alan Singe*', son of Philio Singer
6980 SW 128th Si w >s sole inizeri
bj Rabbi Leon Kronish in 8 p.m.
ceremonies at the Dora! Hot"'!.
Mi iml '' ach Saturday. Aug. 3
The bride, who is a graduate of
Miami Beach Si ni High Scho >1
attends the Univei l; ol Floi I
Her h isband gradual o!
Coral Gabl S?r.ioi High S
and the Univ! rsity of Flor da,
where he is presi itly at!
^ra luate a 'ho >1 He is i m >mb r
of Tan Epsilon Phi fraternity:
Omega Delta Epsil .....omics
honorary: B> i Al] h Psi. a -
counting honorary, Bta Gamma
Sigma, business hoi irarly and Phi
K ippa Phi, univei it> scholastic
hon wary.
For her wedding the bride ss-
iected a whil silk organza g wn
with Chant illy lace feiturin;- a
Jam Greenfield.
John Bennett Wed
Jan Marjorie Greenfield became
the bride of John Siemund Bennett
Saturday. Sept. 6. in a ceremony
performed by Rabbi Joseph R.
Narot in the chapel ol Temple
Israel of Greater Miami
The bride, whose parents are Dr.
and Mrs. Maurice M. Greenfield.
5000 Granada Blvd.. Coral Gables.
graduated from Coral Gables Sen-
ior High School and is a student
at the University of Denver, where
she is in her junior year. Her hus-
band, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy
P. Bennett, and grandson of Mrs
Moise Levy and the late Dr. Moise
Levy, of Houston. Tex., is in his
senior year at the University of
Denver.
The bride, who had selected a
gown of white satin and Alencon
lace with a cathedial length veil,
chose floor-length lavender crept
gowns with purple velvet bodices
for her attendants. Her sister.
Amy Beth Greenfield, served as
maid of honor; mat ion of honor
was her sister-in-law, Mrs. Dri w
Samuel Greenfield. Bridesmaids
were Audrey Frank. Leslie Marcus
and the groom's Bister, Mrs. Santo
Rai'fa.
Thomas Talbot, Jr.. served as
the groom's besl man; his broth-
ers, Dirk Bennett ami Roy Bennett,
the bride's brothi Drew Samuel
Greenfield, and Ton> Gregory w n
groomsmen. Ushers included I
Savitz, Arthur Litowitz and Buddy
Litowitz; the guests wen greeted
by Susan Litowitz anil Iris Reiter.
After a reception and dinner at
the temple, the couple left for a
honeymoon in the Virgin Islands.
after which they will be at home
in Denver, Colo., while they con-
tinue their education.
high neckline, lace bodice and long
:.i; red sleeves Her full chapel
train w is bordered with lace and
her headpiece was made of four
tiers ol matching lace. She carried
if steph motis, butterfly
orchids and baby's breath.
Wi.. ntical sheath gowns
m with high neck-
- ind ruffles, the
trend ints wt Mrs. Har-
- i matron of hon Mrs.
Ronald Fri dland an I Janel Reich-
enthal, bridesmaids. Harvey Mus-
served as I n in: Ronald
Frit llai Ste' and J im?s i
Ti I l-]'-
i: will b? th s
ol in-:: return from a Ja-
Christine Is Bride Of Steven Purisc
I nej
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her parents. Mrs. Lauretta Hay-
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Herbert Hayward of New V
The bride-elect, who U prese
|y teaching at Emerson El
tary School, is a graduate of Cora1
Gables Senior Hisr-i School and
the University of Florida.
Her fiance, the son of Mr and
Mrs. Morris Sibulkin. Jr., of New
Hampshire, graduated from Tabor
Academy. Marion. Mass., attended
Boston University and is currently
in his senior year at the University
of Miami.
Th marriage of Christine Win-
ter daughter of Edwin P. Winter
I of Slinger. Wis., and the late Mrs.
Ma-a: -t Winter, to Steven Don-
ald Purlsch, son of Mr. and Mrs
! Robert Purisch, 8200 SW lObth
St was solemnized Sunday, Aug.
31.'at the W lar Grove of
. the ... isconsin's Ar-
boret im v Rabbi Mart
s ffi lating. A 5 p.m.
i
A graduate High
S ide, who is a s -nior I
al : .ii; ol Wisconsin, ,
b B-style l\ ry satin
gown a i a im liead e for
ner w [d Her attendants,
. r iilk ii ganza nouns
| i modified empire style.
included Penelone Rude, maid $
honor; the bride's sister. Mrj,
nil C '. S'isan Heder. junior brides.
n lid, and the groom's niece, Mar-
j tie Hope, who was flower girl.
Th bridegroom, who graduated
from Palmetto High School, at-
tended Renssclaer Polytechnic In.
Stitl I and obtain, l _,-,.,. a,
Cairo ^'i.- Tech b< I
Mast< r's di gree from the L'niw r.
sity i f Wisconsin, was atti i ded bv
nis brother. Charles Purisch, who
;. rved is i>< st ma
brother, Wesley Herbst, ushered.
Following a motor tri
Wisconsin, the ncwlywcds wii;
make Madison, Wis., their home
while the groom obi tins his Ph.D.
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By RUTH SIRES
On Kiev Yom Kippur, lunch is a full meal and preced tha
: i ,.-..!. which is served before sunset. A festive meal with
challahs and candles, the fast meal's mood is more solemn than
in other holidays and the food fitting for the fast aheadwell-
balanced, but not so filling as to make you fee', it will .1
can make the fast unpleasant.
The dishes are simple and basic. You can lervo poached fish
Mil gefiltet, a good beef or chicken soup with noodles& boiled
meat, cooked carrots, (not too sweet) rice, and a green salad
The last course should be simple, like fruit compote and
coffee. Be sure not to serve foods that are either too salty or
; sweet, since this creates thirst. It is a good idea to serve
fruit juice with the meal to make digestion easier.
After the long day of fast, start eating light food such as a
Sponge cake with a cup of tea. After some time, ser/e- a light and
simple meal. Some families like to eat something salty, like
herring, to compensate for the loss of body-salts; other] prefer to
eat dairy dishes after the day of fast.
It is nice to serve something special for the- fast meal. Egg
noodles are nutritious and. prepared at home, haw the flavor of
good old times. You will find many uses for them,
HOME MADE EGO NOODLE*
1 cup flour
1 egg
1 tables;** cold water
hi teaspoon salt
Mix the ingredients well and knead to medium hard dough.
Divide well-kneaded dough into two port?; rjli out each half on a
well-floured surface into as thin a leaf as possible. Allo-v-'to dry
about'30 minutes.
Roll each leaf up like a jelly-roll, cut cross-wise with a dry
dry knife, into the width of noodle you prefer. Separate the slices
and allow to dry'- Noodles are cooked in silted water about 10
10 minutes, drained in colander and rinsed with water before
being used in soups, casseroles, etc. Makes enough for a-? family
meal.
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New Slate For
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At a recent meeting of the offi-
. is and directors of the Hudson
untj Club, president Harry Her-
appointed th< nominating
committee which will suggest offi-
i rs for the coming year. Named
to head the group was past presi-
dent Judge Morris E. Barison; he
Will be assisted by Irving Smith.
Jos< ph Suravsky, James Norton.
Judge Harold Heller, Matthew
Slepin, Ray Berman. Sidney E.
Rockwell, Harry Perkel and Judge
Louis H. Stallman.
Final nominations and elections
will bt held at the club's next
meeting, Tuesday, Oct. 22. at the
Washington Federal, 1234 Wash-
ii gton Ave., Miami Beach.
Farband Branch
Will Meet
Chaim Weizmann Branch of the
Farband Labor Zionist Order will
honoi the founders of the branch
at its lirst general meeting of the
B< ason in the Washington Federal
Auditorium, 1234 Washington Ave-
nue, Miami Beach, at 7:30 p.m.
Thursday, Sept. 25.
Mayor Jay Dermer will present
the citations given by the national
oilier of Farband and signed by
Samuel Bonchek. president, and
Jacob Katzman, general secretary.
El t-rtainment will be provided by
Sid Skolsky!
Chairman of the event will be
M Levin, who has recently been
elected to head the board of di-
rectors of the Israel Histadrut
Council of South Florida.
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Oholei Torah Melava Malka
An original skit entitled "Lady Beth Sholom Does Her Thing
was the highlight of the annual membership tea of Sister-
hood of Temple Belh Sholom which was held Wednesday,
September 17 at the Temple. Shown taking part in the skit
aie (from left): Mrs. Julius Ser; Sally Kaye. pianist; Mrs.
Rudolph Hammer; Mrs. Dolores Wilson; and Mrs. Elliott
Pearl, program chairman.
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Ade|phi School's Paramedical
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s applying the demand for compe-
ntly trained medical clinical per-
^ innel, which has never been
greater than at this time in the
Miami area, as well as many other
.ices.
Stiiili.s Lading to certification
. seven challenging and reward-
paramedical careers are being
ci'fered at the 320 Palermo Ave.,
Coral Gables, school, including
mrses which qualify the student
- a medical assistant, veterinary
assistant, medical transcription
i-cik, medical secretary, medical
brary clerk, medical records
C.erk, and medical receptionist, j
- iort courses in the specialties of
I matelogy, urinalysis, biochemis-
1 y and electrocardiology are also
C I'i'lvd.
The need for trained staff is so
g eat that many Adelphi students
- because of the outstanding and
. tensive training they receive
e able to accept employment
' hiie still attending classes at the
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The Oholei Torah Day School ol
Greater Miami will celebrate its
third annual gala Melava Malka
in the Caribbean Hotel Saturday
,i 8:30 p.m.
According to Menashe Hirsch,
president of Oholei Torah. the
Mi lava Malka will be Its fit
fair of the n< w year and will serve
ns the starting point for its plans
for the future in addition to intro-
ducing the new Oholei Torah
principal. Rabbi Sholom D. Lip-
sk;ii-.
Mori than 300 guests are ex-
ited to show their support ol
Torah by attending the Mi lava
th< program ol which will
Friday, September 19. 1963
also include installation of the of-
ficers and presidium of the Lad., i
Auxiliary, under the chairman- li I
Of Mrs." Pearl Kolko of Miami
' ".each.
"Considering the phenomenal
growth of the school." Mr.Hinrh
said, "the very warm respo
thai the M< lava Malka !s n i
'fng is nni surprising."
United Bancshares of Florida
Announces Changes
A record third-quarter dividend
of 12 cents a share has been de-
clared by United Bancshares of,
Florida.
Hoard chairman Frank Smath-
ftTS also announced the election of j
two directors and a vice president. ;
i Vice president Arthur R. Roy. Jr.,
and Robert L. Hoyt, vice president j
and treasurer, were elected as di-
rectors. The former executive di- >
rector of Intcrama. Gui L. P. Go- |
vaert, was elected a vice president.
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Succoth Salads
by ESTHER FEINBERG
fall's succulent fruits and tender-crisp
vegetables arc now in ample supply,
ready to lend color and flavor to your
salads. Serve these healthy and
delicious foods generously to sour
y and friends. A happy harvest celebration
to vou from the makers of Hellmann s and Best
Foods Real Mayonnaise,
Red Hot Applesauce Salad
1_ 3 cup red cinnamon candies
1 cup boiling water
1 (3-ounce) package Kosher
lemon gelaiin
1 (8-ounce) jar applesauce
1 (8-ounce) package cream cheese,
softened
1 '2 CUp HKLLMANN'S, BtST FOODS'
Real Mayonnaise
1 '2 cup chopped celery
1 / 2 cup chopped nuts
Add cinnamon candies to boiling
water, stirring until dissolved. Pour
over lemon gelatin; stir until gelatin iS
completely dissolved. Add applesauce
to gelatin mixture and stir until
blended: pour mixture into
8 x 8 x 2-inch pan. Chill until firm.
Blend cream cheese and Real
Mayonnaise. Mix in celery and nuts.
Spread cheese mixture over firm
gelatin mixture. Chill. Cut into squares.
Slakes 16 (2 x 2-inch) squares.
(Hellmann's Best Foods has subtle,
delicate flavor... complements all
other foods.)
Apple Fruit Salad
2-1 2 cups (2 large) chopped apple*
1 (13 1 2-ounce) can pineapple
tidbits, drained
1 '2 cup chopped nuts
1, 2 cup raisins
1/3 cup drained mandarin orange
segments
1, 2 cup hem.mann's/best rooDS.
Real Mayonnaise
1 head lettuce
Combine first 6 ingredients and loss.
Chill. Serve in lettuce cups. Makes 6
to 8 servings.
Cucumber Lettuce Salad
1 medium cucumber, peeled
1 small head iceberg lettuce, torn
into pieces
1 2 cup finely chopped scallion
1, 2 cup HELLMANN'S BES1 IOO0S
Real Mayonnaise
1 2 cup dairy sour cream
2 teaspoons cider vinegar
1 2 teaspoon salt
( hop cucumber into bite size pieces.
I oss with lettuce and scallion. Chill.
Mix Real Mayonnaise and sour cream,
stir in vinegar and salt. Chill.
Just before serving toss with cucumber
mixture. Makes 6 (l-cup) servings.
Creamy Coleslaw
1, 2 cup III 11 mann's BEST foods
Real Mayonnaise
1/4 cup light Kara" corn syrup
1 tablespoon lemon juice
1 2 teaspoon caraway seeds
1 4 teaspoon salt
4 cups finely shredded cabbage
1 2 cup shredded carrot
Blend together first 5 ingredients.
Combine cabbage and carrot. tOSS
with Real Mayonnaise mixture.
Chill. Makes 3 cups. ,.
Tossed Salad \
1 (10-ounce) package frozen lima
beans, OR 2 cups fresh lima
beans, cooked and drained and
chilled
1 cup chopped celery
1 cup diced cheese
1 medium onion, thinly sliced and
separated into rings
1 '2 cup sliced radish
1 '4 cup Italian dressing
1/2 Clip HELLMANN'S BEST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
1 '2 medium head iceberg lettuce
Combine first 5 ingredients. Slow ly
add Italian dressing to Real
Mayonnaise, stirring until smooth.
Toss with vegetable-cheese mixture.
Let stand about 1 2 hour. Just belorc
serving, tear lettuce into bite size
pieces in larec salad bowl. Add
vegetable mixture. Toss lightly. Makes
4 to 6 servings or about 5-12 cups.
(Hellmann's Best Poods is thick
and full-bodied, thins to perfection.)
Frozen Cheese Salad
1 (3-ounce) package cream
cheese, softened
1 '4 cup chopped green pepper
\y 4 cup chopped, toasted blanched
almonds
1 cup mi i mass's 'best foods
Real Mayonnaise
4 teaspoons lime OR lemon juice
1-1 /2 teaspoons horseradish
1 4 teaspoon salt
1 8 teaspoon paprika
1 2 pint heavy cream, whipped \
6 to 12 tomato slices
1 head lettuce
Mix together first 8 ingredients. Fold
in whipped cream. Turn into freezing
tray or 9 x 5 x 3-inch loaf pan. Freeze
until linn enough to slice. Cut 6 squares
and serve on tomato slices in lettuce
cups. Makes o servings.
California Appetizer Salad
1 cup in I I mass's hi si FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
1 tablespoon minced fresh chives
1 2 teaspoon tarragon, crumbled
1 4 teaspoon salt
1, 4 teaspoon pepper
3 cups coarsely chopped iceberg
lettuce, chilled
4 slices iceberg lettuce
1 avocado, peeled, seeded and cut
into slices
1 orange, peeled and sectioned
1 grapefruit, peeled and sectioned
Place first 5 ingredients in blender.
Blend 30 seconds on low speed.
Add 1 cup lettuce at a time and blend
On high speed until smooth. Chill.
To serve, place lettuce slice on salad
plate and top w ith avocado slices,
orange and grapefruit sections. Serve
with mayonnaise mixture. Makes 4
servings or 1-1, 2 cups dressing.
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ry, September 19. 1969
^Je iilh If1>ciriid!iiain
Paqe 21-3
tt Symphony To Present Firs! Of 8 League Programs
first (if a scries of eight
nis to be- presented by the
Beach Music and Arts
> in the Hotel Plaza's new
mi Theatre Elegante will bo
['it by the 65-memh r Uni-
of Miami Symphony Or-
under (he baton of Dr.
Ick Fennell, who has been
^B i'( siileni eoniluctor foi |,,ui
prrs, Thursday, Oct. 2, beginning
8:15 p.'II The |lerl.i! marie,' will
the I'-M Symphony's lirsl in
ami I'., .e -.
tTho I.e;e;ile \\; \ ;;|, |,| (|.
Jlily Opera Sin .., is ol I he ( .p. ,-.,
I of Greater Miami in the
PCI eh a'l.al h eipi-ra
Rlis' le-ana' .. i irorn-
tlie'el
Cbonka
On N''\ !7. a p: ., 'i i! lui- Iv,
jinOS W ill I" pi e -. Ml ; i .; (, n; .,
Dasseiciate' professor at the
[Scheieii oi Miisic, and Richard
ez, a Kiaeliiali' sliieleait. e >ne' ol
TlOth's own e'ompeish ions, t-tii it l<- 'Tarantella.'- will he ilh'llleleel ill
their ptOKram.
The Imperial Ballet Company ol
Ft Laurie ulal. will i ,ke its p. si
appearance in Greater Miami on
Dec. 29. 'r
win perform the first act of Pro-
' koffev's "Cinelerella" under the eli-
i rectlon o:
tured will i. I ia i e: ,:..
daughter of Miami Beach publicist
Wrjvi- and Mrs. Mcv< r.
will bo the- international singing
tluo Alexandra and Andreas Zannis,
anil (he Ruth Foreman Playi is.
who will present Moussot
Pictures at an Kxhibition."
The' popular local show business
organization "The Footlightcrs"
"N<'\v<\s
the- billing
Feb. ii
will present an evening of comedy
.niel music March 2.'!; the Music
and Arts League's annual Scholar-
ship Fund concert is scheduled foi
April t;, and tiv concluding pro-
gram on May 4 will feature seven
ol Dado County's outstanding
young artists, winners of last \
son's scholarship awards.
Tickets and s ason memberships
are' available through Mrs. Boris
M. Grain i. member hip chairman,
Miami Beach Music and Arts
League. P.O. Box 4424, Miami
Bi nch. Fla. 331 11.
Dorothy Moiidres'
l Review To
Benefit Efadassah
"Everything Comes to Those
Who Wait," Mrs. Dorothy Mon-
dres' newt si r, \ \,w, will be pre-
s< nieei in the Forte Towers Audi-
torium at 7:.".(i p.mi Saturday,
Nov. 1. The' Youth Aliyah "Ima"
benefit will be' sponsored by the
Forte Towers group of Hadassah.
The east includes Isabelle Hel-
l< r. Jen Rosenberg, Sadye Padden
and Betty DeWitt, soloists; Rae
Ginsberg, Hose Ginsberg, Jennie
Gittleman, Re.se Godlin, Sarah
Helfond, [da Klite, Pauline Lessom
and Rose Portnoy.
Miami theatergoers will remem-
ber Mrs. Mondres for the recent
Miami Beach Auditorium presen-
tation Handful of Dust" ami the'
successful playlet, "The Optical
I llusion."
TEMPLE ISRAEL OF GREATER MIAMI
I The 1969-70 Greenfield Institute
Non-member Registration Inquiries: 379-8311
. 2 -
Nov. 9
Oci. 5 Rabbi Narot and Guests
"Preview"
Oct. 12 Di Howard M. Sachar
Professor of History,
George Washington University
"The Jews in the Intellectual
Tradition ot Modern Times."
Oct. 19 Rabbi Arthur Gilbert
Dean,
Reconstruction^; Rabbinical
College
"The New Sexual Morality
Crisis for Judaism."
Dr. David Weinstein
President
Chicago College of Jewish Studies
"The Need for a Revolution in
Jewish Education."
Rabbi Berel Wein
Beth Israel Congregation,
Miami Beach
"Traditional Judaism Views
Currenf Society."
Nov. 16 All-Day Seminar
"The Jewish Family in America."
Marshall Sklare, Professor of
of Sociology, Yeshiva University;
Rabbi Irving Greenberg,
Riverdale, N.Y.;
Dr. Jacob Arlow, psychiatrist,
New York.
Rabbi Robert Marx
Director, Chicago Federation
UAHC
"The People in the Middle."
Dr. Nathan Kline
Psychiatrisf, Director of Research,
Rockland State Hospital, N.Y.
"Revolution and Psychiatry"
Dr. Seymour M. Lipset
Professor of Government
Harvard University
"Jewish Way of Life
and Jewish Youth."
*D*C. 21 Allen and Loui: Ginsberg
Poets
"Avant-garde Son and
Square Father
Attempt to Bridge the
Generation Gap."
Nov. 23
Dm. 7
Det. 14
I
Jan. 11 Charier Angoff
Distinguished author
"The Jewish Intellectual Tod.-iy."
Jan. 18 Rabbi Michael Robinson
Jewish Peace Fellowship
Jan. 25 Rabbi Robert L. Katz
Department oi Human Relations,
Hebrew Union College,
Cincinnati, O.
'The Rabbi and the Community:
Tensions and Trends."
Feb. 1 Rabbi Eugene B. Borowitz
Professor of Theology.
Hebrew Union College, New York
"How Can a Modern Man
Believe in God?"
Feb. 8 Professor Harold Weisberg
Dep.. of Philosophy,
Brandeis University
"Religion withoui Religious
Belief"
Feb. 15 Dt. Leonard J. Fein
Director oi Research Joint
Center for Urban Studies
M.I.T. Harvard
"Challenges to the
American Jew."
Feb. 22 I. t. Kenen
Executive Director, American
Israel Public Affairs Committee
"Israel."
Mar. 1 Dr. Gershon Winer
Dean of Jewish Teachers'
Seminary and the Herzliah
Hebrew Teachers' Institute
"The Shtefl, Kibbutz, Suburbia."
Mar. 8 TO BE ANNOUNCED
Mar. 15 Dr. Marvin Fox
Professor of Philosophy,
Ohio State University
Continuity and Change in
Jewish Belief and Jewish Law."
K* li.Tt **M
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These and others like them went into operation this last
weekend for Carol City subscribers, as Southern Bell gradu-
ally introduces "expanded direct distance dialing' to
the South.
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Friday, September 19, 196S
!
TB RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
The "Big Lie"
r^cilqlopts 4^4
ervices
B> KABBI BKRKL WEIN
7e*n*ili- B-tb ferae 1, Miami Be-ac-h
t-m Hi? I-- i- beginning to
ovtrkrhcrim us again. Tnere wfre
times after Worid War II when
we hoped that, at least for our
generation, the
truth regarding
the Jewish peo-
ple would be
told. We couldn't
imagine a day
.-. Go
lies
would be
: ; i' J t We
h i i much too
Th.
Comn -
and th<
|i
ceeded in mounting an attach on
the Jewish peo| li rorel
ous implicatio foi I future.
The mail nts of Ik m
' Bik Lie" an I lat the J< w
no claim to Palestine, either le-
gally or morally, that millions of
innocent At ibs were forcibly en from their homes, that Israel
is aggressive and militaristic and
Jews generally are Imperialists,
and finally thai th- Arab-'
cidal struggle to destroy Israel is
Justified by the greater struggle ol
the emerging and progressive
forces of the world against the
Robbi Wein
hosts of reaction and colonialism.
This nonsense is dangerous. We
are far too passive about its re-
[x.at'-d broadcast. We do not re-
alise that the world is always pre-
pared to ba Ik \e the worst about
us and that under the most opti-
mum circumstances we have a dif-
ficult task in bringing forth our
message.
This is not only true regarding
the outside world but also regard-
ing the Jewish world as well. We
must begin to tell ourselves the
;.. We must again de-
fine clearly for ourselves and our
children the spiritual dimension of
Israi Kistence. We must -
phasize the unique nature of our
belii bservanca
ar .. || g : truth n garding
: past ai futun our
anil our shortcomings.
At this asofl of th< year, win r.
we take stock ol ourselves individ-
ually ai d collecti .;. we must
rail. : truth to our si k
For altho jh rail
against us with lies and hat' wi
i will yet triumph with truth and
integrity. Observance of Mitzvoth,
study of Torah, and a devotion to
thi- i .-.'. als ol the Jewish
people will yet see us through
thesi lays
Rabbinical Group
Adopts Resolution
MIAMI
HAV*T SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. Mi SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morr.s Brr.
ANSHE EMES 2*S3 SW "9th Ave.
Conervtive. Cantor Sol nUWtt 2
Friday 5 p.n B turday a rr. and
v rr. TOM KIPPI'K .-ur.rjay K-.
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can Jewla* FU | nail Iry Toward is
ra-l Tiakor 12 C
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Herb
Kyrr.
In an emergency session of the
Rabbinical Association of Gi
"Three Annlvrarie: Miami called by Rabbi Herb
" w^SSt^^^SiSiSTU 1-BBISG to the attention of,
' ------- congregations dunnc thi
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SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
HAAZINU
Moses addresses all the assembled Israelites.
'Give ear, ye heavens, and I will speak: And let the
earth hear the words of my mouth" (Deut. 32.li.
HAAZINL' Moses' song beginning "Give ear. ye heavens,
and I will speak" contains the principal elements in the unique
relationship between God and his people, Israel. Moses opens
with a call to heaven and earth to witness his declaration. From
the beginning ol time, Moses arts the Lord had chosen Israel
for a special place among the nations of th.- world. He had fir>t
singled out Israel in the desert, whence he Lovingly led them into
the land ol Canaan. But Israel. Moses prophesied, would abandon
their God for foreign idols Then God would send a cruel nation
to enslave and torment th-- children of Israel, Eventually, how-
ever, God would h compassion u;> beloved people and
wreak vengeance on Israel's tormentors. All the nations would
then behol I how the Lord had avenged the blood of His servants
and had [>i itlon for the land of His people.
At God immand, Moses prepares to ascend Mount Nebo,
in the land of Moab. From there a: i distance he is to glimpse
the Promised Land and die; Aaron had died at Mount Hor.
"Because ye trespassed against Me in the midst of the children
of Israel at the waters ol Meribathkadesh, in the wilderness of
Zin: because ye sanctified Me not in the midst of the children of
Israel" (Deuteronomy 32:51i.
VOTE ON THE TORAH BEADING:
it '' Ho :.(.- <; v
P .-, ; for the United ju< ; America
' .''. : .:. Rabb Morru Silverrnan)
It was S i htei who observed the striking contrast
between the r u ih and Haftorah Re iding on Israel's mosl sa 'red
daj He explained thai the Torah R iding deals with ritual and
hi e the Hafto I with ethical precepts
an: 10 3 lais thus stresses the importance ol both as-
pect i mony ind morality, rite and right. It appeals to the
I irt and t I ;il. It .....ks to satisfy the emotions and to
nourish the sensitive soul. It believes, is we shall observe in the
Haftorah Readii I ritual and observance should lead to
higher ethical I u I the idvancement of justice.
The follow ng Torah R iding from Leviticus Chapter 16, re-
calls the ancient sac flees brought on the Day of Atonement. To
impress th'- people with their communal responsibility for sin and
th'- need l two ;oats */ere irought to the Temple.
Lots were cast '< rtesii i ate one goal for thi Lord, and the other
for .'-./. a wicki Iness, The first was offered in the
prescribed n i burnt icril Upon the other goat, the
li gh Priest | nd ti d conl......I the sins of the people,
after which the ;oal was senl iway into the wilderness. The
elaborate p eparationa and the procedure of this ritual are mi-
nutely describe I.
Th. >ny vividly dramatized the casting away of those
luired in the desei t. The s apegoat
i ,. ..... ,: ness /hii:l am illy banished
Wh the !' pi was d >stroyed, thfa
was discarded. Pi R ssumed
greater ad this indent rite to recall the
with their
God and tri.-ii '- iwn i and to ment for their sins,
even ; the earliest period ol their history For us this R.<
emphasizes the need of cleansing ourselvi >t sins that separate
u.s from oui '' iker, and of removing the evil which estranges us
from our neighbor.
IUII ....ii.::.
BETH EL. 500 SW "7th Ave. Ortho-
Box. Rabbi Solomon Scr.iff.
: ;< m Sa'.urdi
I i :
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ful Retu ;; ": ~r '
- Me i :
tlly I...-- _____
BETH KODESH. *"01 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Canter Ben D'Otcn. 6
s. lurd M KIPPVR Pui
.... Ben
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m. Bern 'A Cnar.g-
rid Ki!ah 5 p.n -
A I" ~"-i':'
Sen 11
BETH TOV TtEMPLE). WcS SW
8th St. Conaervatve. RaCti Sirr.cn
April. Canter Seymcur Hnkea 8
Fri'i; .;
>-. Batu
YOM KIPl -- "
K'i) N :-.-. -
Doe* One Need' M ""
kor 1 p.m. t- p i : :: J-'
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ISRAEL (TEMPLE! Oh GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform
Rabbi Joaeph R. Narot. 10
Friday g:]S p.m s n n: uo>y*
'-..luml.uv. H.ll" N*.v Wor.d J r'M
K'IfPt'K: Sunday V m. K-! Nidre
Sermon: "8om AtenemT.t B** Pray-
,r- Monday 10 am Sermor. "Bj>
ynnd Violence and Afruen<-What
ChUdren'a Bervfceea 8 b m.
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conaerwaitive. Rabbi Avrom L.
Draiin. Cantor Nathan Parnaaa. 11
Friday :30 m Saturday Bhabhat
Ptaiivali *S 'ri '''> '' ,r b m ii"T'
,. .. .. i i.. ',. m V >M
KTPPCR Bonday Ko] e 7 o.m
Sermon: a Promlai >:--'' '' -
duv :i rn Tlzki -" I rm -_
"TheM I Remembei I I
,, m Sh< far T 4 ; rr
- An Horn
I in -'
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HEBREW ACADEMY. -400 ""etree
O, OrmcdOK. Rabb. Alexander S.
G'Cft ..*?
..... gat ill
....
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.. Monday 8 a" Sermon
I Hi
congregations aunne im
Kippur Day of Atoi
services Sundav night. Sept 21
an.i Monday, Sept. 2'.'. thi
iral situation which Israi
faces in the turbulet I
East risis.
2SKRVE in the forefront
all-out c
port t [sr*
cy Fun I of the Greater
j. wish Fi < ". '
.?< OMMIT '
, .- itions 1 ict ri
a I patl Ation in t i
1970 ca
"The Rabbinat I tl
Miami area is pi
utmost behalf of tl I
people .,
in Israi I." said Dr. Joseph N i
Rabbinical Ass
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Wan roton Ave.
Ortnrdcx. Rabbi T cor H. Sterr^
Canter Meye- Engel. Z*
Saturai bbat ShuvaJ I
Heaven I I '...
: .. 4 pm Lei tun i v- Orlbt
, .. x | i R s. lay
. ..... v.- wh l a::' ounced t
in __ '' > tion f a Rab
#___'. visorv i nittee to wo .-.
Kc^!=V:,SRVb^D.?aE"ehrf^d 'implcm San
Came- Abraham Se.f 27
m Baturda Phuhbat
a a rn Sen
- Shuvi M -. : I t-'R Sunday
7 pin J< ,.- .- ;" er '
... | 8 i' m Tiakor 11:30
a m
F
I '
committee wi re Rabl i M > i
Abramowitz, Rabbi Herb rl
Baumgard, Rabbi Morris K.
Rabbi Leon Kronish, Rabbi Sol
menorah (temple) vt 75th st. Lan Ccnaervative. Rabbi Mayer Abrarn-
ovit. Canter Nice Fe'.Cman.
28
NER TAMID (TEMPLE). 8C1h St. and
Tatum waterway, Ccnaervative.
Ratbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein.
Fridtiv S*6 p rn Baturda) shatnat
Bhuvar -5 a m TOM KIPl I'K Bun-
oiy Ki I Bermon: "Pay
r -., ur Sine And M Paid D
Monday 8 m s^r-
... Let Ui :'' an For "ur
Rabbi Max Lipschitz and Rabbi
Solomon Schiff.
,: | TOM KIPPl'R Bu
Kol N........ i m > r''
Man Life M U
11 :t rr S- I O
Junioi Bervicen
m In Cl 1 1 l'-u 'dmit.
MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 8737
Bird Rd, Mcder-. Traditicnal 12
OR OLOM (TEMPLE). 8755 SW '6th ^ K13 I'R:
OHEV SHALOM 7055 Benita Dr.
OrthcSex. Rabt: Phineaa Weber.
mar. 30
-:- 1:30 in
I 5 p m Minrha T p.m.
FT. UUDEKOAlf
BETH ISRAEL 'TEMPLE' ^ E.
Oakland Park Blvd. Ra..... SfelJon
Edwarda, Cantor Maurice Neu.
3
Friday 8:15 p.m Bern
plti or Rci uperatlon' -
si ;:' '. Sei mo
Shuvah Tier Nl >M KIPPf -
St. Conservative, Rabbi Ralph Glix- p Monday r 11:11 am Shu> *"
man. Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari 13 .... ,, Mufl W. Be For- MJ kol ... p.m. Be
Fridav p m Patur,lay > >
Shuval m. Bar Mar- she-far I p.m.
., r.f Mr I Mri :'- m
fohei Tl IM KIPPf:- ;' 'ay KM
. .. rr. .- 'The fom-
edy of Llfi Mi "
m Bi rmi I r Butterfly
6.4! | '
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6560 N. Viami
Ave. Conaervative. Rabbi Ralph
Carml. 1*
Fridav w,t" rr ........ shabnat
Shuvah : : m TOM KIPPt'B
i 4" n m M'nct :. D.m Kol
:. dm 8:18 i rr Tlak< 11:30
am N'eltah S 3 i m
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. MS
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sad' Narmiia. S'
Saturday Bhabbat Bhuval i a.m
Sermrn ~l I ; ot < ur Life
. FPTJR: Sidre -3l
pn. f..... With /
Mcnda) Bam Tlakoi S nooi Ser-
nr Thi St -c ol (. A gels
CONGREGATION ETZ C^AIM. 1542-
44 Washingto- Ave. RatPi A. Ben.
Millet 82
: i sni Nidre Ber-
The Permit for S.r.r.ers.' Mon-
Mufeaaf "
.' .- I <. il ? ] ivine'"'
TIFERETH JACOft 'TEMPLE). 951
E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative
Rabbi Maurice Klein. ^5
Friday 7 p.m mi bal .- l n -' 'Heavei
vah 'in m V( M KIPPVR Sunday iatti WI I
7 ', m Kol >:: Bern i "Temnt- ---------------
1 to HUrhjr KORTrl MIAMI BEACH
vrr";,"T'n "v AOATH VE8HURUN (TEMPLE). 1028
1 I' h'T 11 < Til )
CANDLEUGHTING T 7 TISHRI7:01
' Tri\ lalltiei '' Tiakor 10 IS a m Si i
Does \.. I .jr riratitudi
5 45 p m Sermon '"The v
THK ARt'HITEXT "
EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrews Ava.
Reform. Rabbi Richard M. Lev.ton
2ION (TEMPLE' R0O0 Miner Rd
Conservative. Rabbi Al'red Wax-
"in 1R
Y'i\l KTPPVR: Bui rti "'
.. m Mi ndaj R:45
Mellah S 80 p.m
NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
isfino w. Dixie H*v. Conservative.
Rabbi Joaerh A Oeefinkal, Canror
Bn 7;on - YOM KIPPl'R: Su")'v Kol v ,lr.
.. ...... Bi n "',ur Mop-- n1 '
Trt|th Ml I '
I's A I..... V Ol 10:48 < rr.
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEl T8d Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Issac Ever.
'. E Miami Garden* Drive Con.
sedative Rabbi Milton Schlinsky
Cantc T.bor Moi.es 3?
. | i -
: Bermoi "A M Thi I
' nun Anil Tou
Ben '.'. hen i'oui Fi i I -
pi : i i
')
CENTER.
14
BETH TORAH NE 164tn St. at 11th
* v Conservative Rabti Max Lip-
echitr Cantor Jacob Renier it
TOM KIPl I Sundaj ICol Nidre 7
ay 8 a.m Tlakoi II JO .. m
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St.
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rubel
Cantor Jack Lerner. 36
Cantor Jerome Klenient
HAUANDAIE
HALLANDALE JEWISH
12$ NE. First Ave.
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (TEMPLE). S 14th Ave.
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jsffe.
Yi i.\l KIPPl i: 1
Nidi e Seri el '
Hi irl Stonda; m > no R
nen Ina (njr Mi > p i S< i m
"i in- Sei ret of I!
BETH SHALOM*" (TEMPLE). 1J
Monroe St. Conservative. Ralinl
Morton Malavsky. Cantor Irving
Gold. **
BETH ISRAEL 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rahhi Berel Wein. '8
Saturdai Bhabbnt Shuvah 88 9am
" i 7 < m TOM K'PPTH -
K' Nld" 7:10 m, Moi ay t 30 a m
N'-ilah 6:50 V m.
BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox Rahhi Shmarvahu T Swir.
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1546
Jeffe'ton Ave. Ccnervative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
.
.1,1, ... .
|ne '.i i up- Tnii Pi
(Ml' -
mi i "Till M"
ilnt 8 n.m -. '.
"Buildlnaj Th- t."
SINAI (TEMPLE) ot NORTH DADE
Temporeirv office. 18801 NE 22nd Ave
Reform. Rabti Ralph Kingsley. 37
SKV LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rtbbi Jonah E
Capiar
' KIPl Bundaj K N dre :
' Mi ida) .-: m Tiakor II
YOUNG iSRAEL*~OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Orthodox
Rahbi Nattnli Poruah. so
I I Bunda; Ki I Nidre 7
P thi ..:
8 am. Si
oi i
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapiro-
Cantor Vehudah Heilbraun *7
Fridaj 8:is p m Satu
Shu\ i' ia m Tl >V KIPPl'R: Bu -
day Kol Nidre 7 p.m Srrmoi Tha
Reallt) of s n Moi daj i ~'' "
mon: "The Immortallt) the Hu-
man Spirit.*'
CORAL GABLES
(TEMPLE). 8600
Rabbi
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chain Ave Liberal. Ribti Leen
JUDEA (TEMPLE). 5500 Granada
B.vd. Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip.
per. ^
' .. Dm H
. :
i PPt'R'
e 8 p.i
Mi
' m.
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 SW 35th.
St. Conservative. Rabbi Elliot J.
Winograd. Cantor Abraham Koster.
a
Ti >M KIPPUR: Bu i lay Kol NMra
6:30 p m :.' n la; m s- n T
of the Ninth Tlaknr 11 10 a m,
Sermon: "And Thi j 're 11
POMPANO BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 132 SE ttth Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Skop.
Cantor Michael Frederick 48
Kronish. Assistant Rabbi Jerrcld ZAMORA (TEMPLE). 44 Zamora Ave
Lew. Cantor David Convi.er. 21, Conservative. Rabbi M.xweMBerger
Friday :ll ,. m Rabbi Levy'i Ber-I Canter Richnrd S. Brrwdv \,
mon: "Do Tou Believe in YeMerdav? i Fr'il.-iv U:is nm Krimim< i-r_ n-
_A Meaaae. for Bhahbat Phuvah" I Lona" S*tui3toTh'.bb2t rj, KS^.'JtP1- YOM KlPPfK: Bun-
Saturday 10:48 am. YOM IOTPUR: vah :4B a.rrT "itoiptwai I Urn. tU '" M
SURFSIDE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION.
9293 Harding Ave.. Surfside. Town
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac D. Vine-
60
Friday h::) m. s:iiunl y Bhabbat
YOM KIPPl'R: Bun-


September 19, 1969
fJc*dh thrkUam
Paqe 23- \
Question
Box
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RABBI SAMUEL -1. VOX
py is it required to recite
mil conffeMtonal ritual in tin-
noon service of the day Im--
Vmn Kippur'.'
one thing, it was required
dim? enter the Day of Atone-
clean of sin with his record
|il so that he could receive
cmenl ;it one:' with the com-
|nf the Day of Atom ment.
is the case with many Jewish
[Jays the preparatory stages of
ing ready for the holiday are
n more important and more
Itical than the actual day of 11>-
fvance itself. He who has cleans-
himself of sin by repentance
d charity before the Hay of
in ment can properly observe
lc Pay of Atonement in a state
purity and set ming angelic per-
Ction. It is also claimed that the
bbis prefer to have the confes-
3n made bi fore the final meal is
ten before the Day of Atone-
;nt. If the confession was made
ler the final meal, the worship-
lr can become drowsy or intoxi-
It'l from his meal or drink, thus
li.iile to concentrate properly on
confession iTalnnul Yoma
Whv is the Kol Nidre ft I t
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PITMAN
GSHKOL
RNrtPRirnf
on Vom Kippur eve before sun-
set i'.!st,;i(t t :,ii,.r sunset?
Basically, the Kol Nidre is .<
I" i I foi mula and not a prayer, as
many think. Legal formulas an
not i i !<' pronounced on the S tb-
bath or on the holidays, There-
fore, this formula is chanted be-
fore ii si t. so as to avoid desi -
armtnghc holiday or Wows Hipp
which begins ,it sunset.
HOW iloes one (-reel his tellow
lew after the Day of Atonement
is over in the synaKosriief
The French grammarian, Rabbi
Da\i(l Kimhi. mentions an old CUS-
iom where each Jew would gn el
his fellow Jew by some expression
which would offer a blessing to
the fleet that he wishes his
j i rayi rs to be aco pied and an-
! swercd.
The 13th a ntury Italian scholar
find physician, Rabbi Zedekiah,
mentioned a similar blessing. As a
. some scholars feel
thai this Uind of blessing was an
xchange between worshippers fol-
lowing every pra^ec service in the,
j synagogue. For some reason, in
many Occidental synagogues this
n (ting seems to have fallen into
disuse, probably because the wor-
shippers are iu such a hurry to s-r-t
home to eat. .Many Oriental type
Synagogues siiii use this greeting
after Vom Kippur is over in the
synagogue.
urn
r^abbtnicctl eviston
Vr
roqratrta
>$
Sept. 21-
Sept. 21-
-Ch. 10. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour.
l!o Temple Beth Sholom, Hollywood
-oil. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice.
Host: Dr. Max A. Lipschitz, R
Beth Torah Congregation, North Miami Beach
Topic: Yoni Kippur
No .man TO man Programs on Ch. ". Until Further Notice
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{-cemetery
5505 NORTHWEST 3rd STREET, MIAMI
Invites tjou to attend
Special Memorial Services
Sunday, Sept, 21, 1969
vomluvted bij
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 ABRAMOWITZ
TEMPLE MENORAH
1:00 P.M.
at your local bookstora
For Further Information Call MO 1-7693
Due to Yom Kippur Eve (Kol Nidre)
Cemetery Gate Will Be Closed at 3:30 P.M.
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Prominent Republican women of the Jewish faith met in
Washington, D.C., this month to advise the Republican
National Committee on the priority issues involving the
American Jewish community. Shown at the meeting are (left
to right) Mrs. Rita Hauser, representative to the UN's Human
Rights Commission; Mrs. Elly Peterson, assistant chair-
man of the Republican National Committee, and Mrs. Sey-
mour Altermcm 1567 Daytonia Road, Miami Beach.
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
WGodtawn Perk Cemetery
3260 S.W. 8th STREET
Sunday, September 21, 1969
10:00 A.M.
Rabbi Sol landau
Rabbi Soloman Schilf Rabbi Max Shapiro
WILL OFFICIATE
Cantor William IV. Lipson and Maurice Mamches
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 Schitf Rabbi Max Shapiro
WILL OFFICIATE
Cantor Maurice Mamches
WILL CHANT THE LITURGY
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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


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