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

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

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

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~<3fewish Floi4clian
Combining TH JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
3e 42 Number 39
Miami, Florida Friday, September 26, 1969
Two Sections Price 20c
Mrs. MeirMayAsk
inancial A id In
alk With Nixon
Washington is-
Primc Minister Golda Mcir
s< ( k financial assistance to
increased military needs
she meets with President
bard M. Nixon, Israeli For-
Minister Abba Eban. who
tartd on the nationally tele-
CBS program "Face the
n," indicated. Mr. Eban
ited out that Israel was the
free world country that car-
its military' burden alone.
[was "certain" that Mr. Nixon
;1(! want to know about Is-
's overall problems including
11< nomic situation. Citing
Het Foreign Minister Andrei
[Gromyko'S rejection of Mr.
n's Mideast arms limitation
b: sal last week, Mr. Eban
|(-' it clear that Mrs. Meir
si k additional wi a; is to
th Russian w< apons
to tilt Arabs.
Ir. Eban voic< d ski: ticism
| i the latest pronouncements
the Eig Four on a Mideast
t- m< nt K( urged the row. rs
to "globalize" the conflict
at t< call upon the parties im-
iiately concerned t negoti-
a dirct settlement. The For-
Ministtr declined to state
ratl's pre se nt concept of per-
cent new boundaries in ad-
vance of negotiations and said
there would be no "conditions'"
established in advance of such
negotiations. But he indicated
that peace boundaries would not
be the same as the previous
armistice lines and that Israel
would not return to a divided
Jerusalem, surrender the Golan
Heights of Syria or Sharm el-
Sheikh, or accept boundaries
that threatened coastal cities.
Mr. Eban had told the United
Nations on Friday that there
can be no diplomatic effort to-
wards a Mideast peace ur,;. SS
the teas -f-r'- is rehabilitated. In
a General Assembly speech set-
ting forth a se v* n-point pro;- I
ot principles and proposals to
prevent war end promote peace,
he urged that as a first step,
th< Arab gov rnments and Is-
rai 1 pledge an< w th-. ir adherer.ee
to their obligations" under the
J in< 6, 1967 asi -:i:-..
His six other central i<
wen : 1. The Mideast sti I :
shcul I dtcli th ir re adini ss I
establish permanent peace and
to negotiate <:< tail d agree m< nts
on e!i matters at issue betwi
them, including those listed in
the Nov. 22, 1967 Security Coun-
Continued on Pag* 6-A
NCRAC Denounces
Self-styled Jewish
Defense League
MRS. GOLDA MEIR
NEW YORK (JTA)Eight
major national Jewish organiza-
tions have joined in a statement
denouncing the self-styled Jew-
ish Defense League and other
groups in the United States that
would "take the law into their
own hands" on the p-etexl of
defending American Jews from
NPD Leader Escapes
Crowd Of Anti-Nazis
Israeli Soldier Killed
In Clash With Arabs
TEL AVIV (JTA) An Is-
aeli soldier has been ki'led in
patrol's clash with Arab guer-
illas noith of the Dead Sea, and
*o of his companions wounded,
nother soldier was injured in
fie explosicn of a mine in the
Jordan Valley.
Israel denied Egypt's claim
hat three Israeli Skyhawk jets
vere downed by anti-aircraft
tire in a raid on the west shore
bi the Gulf of Suez, and also an
I Fatah claim that a series of
aids on Israeli territory involv-
ng hundreds of men had been
successfully staged.
Tight restrictions on travel
have been imposed on 100.000
lArab residents of Hebron by the
[military governor, Brig. Gen.
Raphael Vardi, who said the
measures were taken following
"recent increases in acts of sab-
\ otagc and clashes with Israeli
forces on Mt. Hebron."
The El Aksa mosque, which
THIS ISSUE .
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Sermon 9-A
Ear Mitzvah 9-B Synagogue 9-A
C;nc!leight 9-A Tv
Dining 9-B
Engageii'ts C7B
Obituaries 11-B
Real Estate 1C-B
v as severely damaged by fire on
Aug. 21, was reopened for prayer
on Friday. More than 2,000 Mos-
lem worshippers from East Je-
rusalem and the West Bank at-
tended the services.
BONN JTA i Screaming
anti-Nazi demonstrators brok<
through elaborate police barri-
cades i:; the industrial city of
I esi S day to cut short a
campaign speech by Adolf von
Thaddcn, hain n of the ultra
t- ing, i puti dly m i -Na
Nal I .....atic Part y
NP1 demonstrator iden-
tifii as Lotha Plaga, 2: man-
to reach Von Thadden in
his b llet-pro .1 plexiglass ca
end manhandled him untii pull-
(! ofl kicked and beaten by two
I irly NPD guards. Police res-
cued Plata but were unable to
keep a crowd of more than 2.000
from storming the platform and
Von Thadden's armored loud-
speaker bus.
The NPD leader cut his speech
short and 11*cl in a bullet-proof
car. The demonstration was the
wildest i f the many that have
greeted Von Thaddcn since he
and other NPD spokesmen be-
gan campaigning last month for
the Sept. 28 national elections.
The demonstrators shouted "Get
out of here Nazi swine," and
"One Adolf was one too many"
as the NPD leader began his
Anti-Israel Slogan
Red Chinese Issue
WASHINGTON (JTA)The
New China News Agency of
Communist China has included
an anti-Israel slogan among the
slogans issued by Chairman Mao
Tsc-tung to mark the 21st anni-
versary of the Communist re-
gime on Oct. 1. Only three slo-
gans specifically voiced backing
for Foreign "liberation" move-
ments. Included were the strug-
gle cf the Vietnamese Commu-
nists, the Albanians and the
Arabs. The new slogan pledged
backing to "the people of all
Arab countries in their just
Struggle against United States
imperialism and Zionism."
standard < ami aign speech which
is keyed to "law and order.'" Vi n
Tl add< n si ok< in the Ribbeck-
;. square less than 300
yards from the domed Central
Synagogue oi Essen which was
;. h Xa..is in 193? and
- now used as an exhibition
hall. P had pr< pan -: ati setting Up clabo-
barbed wire barricades and
bringing police dogs and water
. n But the demonstrators
peppered the rostrum with gar-
and stones. Seven persons
were arrested, police report' i,
Ini l iciing one NPD guard.
The NPD leader reckons that
37 of the 46 election rallies he
fas held have been "disturbed,"
but this was the first time any-
one managed to lay a hand on
him. He is optimistic about his
party's chances to win the five-
percent of next Sunday's vote
required in order to enter the
Eundestag. At a press confer-
ence last week, he said he would
be surprised if the NPD failed
to poll 8 to 12 percent. His cam-
paign has been directed to lower-
middle class wage earners who
are disturbed by student dem-
onstrations and the rising cost
of living.
Meanwhile, a group of 70 pro-
fessors at Stuttgart University
have urged West German elec-
tors not to vote for the NPD
under any circumstances. They
said they feared Germany would
suffer a loss of world confidence
if the NPD won seats in the
Bundestag, affecting the nation's
post-war cultural, scientific and
economic achievements. West
Geiman politicians have main-
tained that an NPD victory in
the tlections would not have
much impact internally but
would adversely affect West
Germany's image abroad.
Jewish Student Illya Rips On Trial
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LONDON (JTA)Soviet au-
thorities have decided to put
Illya Rips, a 20-year-old Jewish
student from Latvia, who set
himself en fire last April, re-
portedly because he was denied
an emigration permit to go to
Israel, on trial. Mr. Rips, who
has been charged with anti-
State activities, was to be tried
in a Riga criminal court.
Writing in the Sunday Ob-
server. Lajus Lederer said the
trial is viewed as a warning to
other Soviet Jews who demand
the right to emigrate. Soviet au-
thorities claim his attempted
suicide by burning stems from
"his deranged mind since early
childhood."
According to eye-witness ac-
counts reaching Western coun-
tries last spring, Rips drenched
himself with kerosene in a Riga
square and denounced Soviet re-
pression of Jews and denial of
their right to emigrate. He was
caught by passing Soviet sailors,
the witnesses said, who beat him
after extinguishing the blaze.
He was hustled away by secret
police shortly afterwards and
has been held incommunicado
ever since.
threats by Arab terrorists. The?
statement was issued by the Na-
tional Jewish Community Rela-
tions Advisory Council which
made it clear that it shared the
"indignation and outrage" of
Jews over recent acts of terror
against Israeli legations and
business premises in Europe.
But the statement said the
NCRAC "firmly rejects the
paramilitary operations of the
,'t wish Defense I-eaguc as des-
tructive of public order and
contributory to divisiveness and
terror." The NCRAC is an or-
ganization representing nine na-
tional Jewish bodies ami 82 local
community agencies.
The Jewish Defense League.
led by an Orthodox rabbi,
Meir Kahane, staged demonstra-
ns last night in front of the
United Nations mission head-
quarters of Syria Egypt, .Tor ian,
: i .:ion and Iraq. In newspaper
advertisements and handouts l'i
the press announcing the demon-
strations, the League claimed
that Arab terrorist have sought
to terrorize American Jews, in-
Cluding threats to kidnap con-
tributors to the United Jewish
Appeal and to bomb Jewish busl-
ni ss premisi s. The group sal I it
Continued on rag* 8-A
Pres. Nixon
Addresses The
U. N. Assembly
UNITED NATIONS (JTA>
In an opening day address to
the United Nations General As-
sembly, President Nixon called
for "respect for the sovereign
rights of each nation to exist
within secure and recognized
boundaries" and told the 126-
nation international organization
the United States is convinced
"peace cannot be achieved on
the basis of anything less than
a binding, irrevocable commit-
ment by the parties to live to-
gether in peace." Recent events
in the area, he said, "point up
anew the urgency of a stable
peace."
An agreement on limitation of
arms shipments might help to
stabilize the situation, he said.
The United States hopes to be-
gin talks with Soviet leaders in
this connection, he declared, say-
ing, "There is no more important
task before us."
The President reiterated U.S.
support for the Security Coun-
cil's Nov. 22, 1967 resolution as
charting the path to a settle-
ment. "The U.N. cease-fire reso-
lutions define the minimal con-
ditions that must prevail on the
ground if settlement is to be
achieved." Mr. Nixon said. "A
peace, to be lasting, must leave
r,c see ds of a future war. It must
rest en a settlement which both
sides have a vested interest in
maintaining," he said.


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October 14th will be proclaimed 'CPCP Day' in honor of the
Society of Chartered Property and Casualty Underwriters,
which celebrates its 25th anniversary. The 'CPCU' as it is
commonly called, is an organization of insurance represen-
tatives, who have gone through a rigorous end intensive
study of all phases of insurance, and have to pass a four
hour examination of a highly specialized field. It claims to
have the highest code cf ethics in the insurance industry.
The South Florida Chapter of the organization is headed
by Murray M. Sheldon, Miami Beach insurance executive.
Photo shews left to right: Ellis Joyner, Secretary South
Florida Chapter; Murray M. Sheldon, President; Mayor
"Chuck Hall," of Dade County; and George Sweet, Vice
President South Florida Chapter.
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The Ladies Auxiliary of Hialeah-
lVli;':iii Springs Post 681, Jewish
Vi ti rans, is sponsoring "Op-
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|oy of being remem-
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v. ill help to show our military
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riday, September 26, 1969
Jenirf FJkridfiar?
Page 3-A
Israeli Film Star At Hadassah Luncheon
[Dr. Leonard Sakaris accepts a "Certificate oi Appreciation"
Icn behalf cf the Miami Beach Dental Society from Miami
IBeach Mayor Jay Dermer. Also shown is Dr. Gerald I. Wer-
Ir.xk chairman of the installation dinner. The certificate wcs
I presented by the City for the extraordinary services offered
[by the Society through its "Indigent Dental Care Program."
[The newly elected officers are Drs. Victor Lenchner, presi-
dent; Gerald I. Wernick, president-elect; Milton Weinkle,
[secretary; Joel Hauptman, treasurer and Murray Smith,
executive secretary.
iouth Florida Council, B'nai B'rith, To
lark Organization's 126th Year Nov. 2
merit of Florida, and new members
will be inducted under the super-
vision of Supreme Lodge regional
membership director Jack Glick.
Councilman Paul Seiderman. pres-
ident. District Grand Lodge No. 5.
B'nai B'rith. will be chairman of
the evening.
The Smith Florida Council of
nai B'rith will celebrate the
Rth birthday of the largest Jew-
service organization in the
fcrld in the Deauville Hotel on
2. beginning at 8 p.m.
rnard Austein. general chair-
ar of the 126th Birthday O le-
gation, predicts the event will
|ma\ a year of growth and activ-
a; ong the lodges and chapters
Dade and Broward Counties,
ck Rosenberg is current presi-
it of the South Florida Council
B'nai B'rith Lodges. There are
i < 33 lodges and 21 chapters in
South Florida area with an
proximate membership of 7.500.
Herman Edelsberg, executive di-
hor i: the Internationa] Council
I B'nai B'rith which operates in
countries around the world, will
[the main speaker for the event.
Kiain chairman Jack Kirsch-
has announced. The Interna-
nal Council is presently engaged
| Arab lands and is also cam-
pling to bring about improved
ilitions for Russia's Jews.
Two youth choral groups will
vidi entertainment; colors will
pres nted by the JWV Depart-
M mlxrs of the 126th Birthday
Celebration Committees include
Jack Kirschbaum. Richard Donat.
Jerome Neuman. Sigmund Dawer.
Marvin Kirsch. George Leiken.
Mike Einhoin. Herman Nudelman.
Kli Hurwitz. Ira Katz. Samuel
Pascoe. Jack Rosenberg, William
Glick. Judge Theodore R. Nelson.
Abe Stern, Jack Burstein, Max
Friedman. Joseph Mondres, Har-
riet Horwitz, Mrs. Adele Arno.
Mrs. Robi rt Gross, and Mrs. Irving
W. Mandel.
C.ila Almagor. Israel's award-
winning film star who is scheduled
i to arrive in the United States the
, last of this month, will come to
Miami for the Hadassah Bond-
with-Israel Luncheon Oct. 7 in the
I Gland Ballroom of the Fontainc-
bleau Hotel, when she will rep-
resent her country in the presen-
1 taticn of the Woman of Valor
j Award to Mrs. Zelda Thau, who is
I president of the Miami Beach
i Chapter of Hadassah. which has a
membership of more than 6.000.
An 11 a.m. sherry reception in
; honor of Miss Almagor will pre-
Kindergarten At
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In response to oVmand. Judge
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Board of Education of Temple
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the opening of an all-day kinder-
garten program in the now facili-
ties at 1701 Washington Avenue.
The curriculum will include an
! accelerated and enriched program
featuring Montessori Aids. Lin-
! guistics readiness and new mathe-
, matics methods. The children will
also receive introductory science
instruction and Judaica studies.
Already in progress at the Tem-
ple School, which recently was
renamed The Irving Lehrman Day
School in honor of the congrega-
tion's spiritual leader, are half
day nursery classes in both build-
ings and full and half dav kinder-
garten classes in the North Branch
Building at 77th Street. The nurs-
ery program is under the direction
ol Naomi B. Brandeis. supervisor.
In the ten-year period pre-
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in military aid to Israel and
$300 million to the Arabs.
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cede the noon luncheon, which will
c< lebrate Israel's 2lst anniversary,
according to Mrs. Carl Weinkle,
chairman of the event. Her co-
chairmen include Mrs. Fred Jonas.
' Mis. Emanuel Mentz, Mrs Max
Weitz and Mrs. Henry Wernick.
Miss Almagor, who studied with
, Lee Strassberg and Uta HaRcn in
the i'nited States, was runner-up
! to Vanessa Redgrave in the 1969
j Cannes Film Festival. She played
i the leading role in the Israel film
: "Siege." dealing with the plight ol
: a young woman whose husband
was killed in the Six-Day War.
which was chosen to represent Is-
; rael at the international ail film
festival under the patronage ol
Pn mil r Golda Meir.
A native of Israel ("Sabra")
Miss Almagor is a product of the
Habimah Theatre. Israel's fore-
most dramatic school, and estab-
lished her reputation in such roles
as Olivia in Twelfth Night" and
Virginia in Brecht's "Galileo," in
the Cameri Theatre, which she
joined two years after graduation.
A four-time David Harp award-
winner i Israel's "Oscar") Miss Al-
magor is currently appearing in "A
Night in May." a play written ex-
pressly for her by Israeli play-
wright A. B. Yihoshua.
The film "Siege" is based on
an original idea which Gila Al-
magor. whose mother was a widow,
had mulled over for years. She
and her husband, Yaakov Agmon.
who produced the film, make their
home in Tel Aviv.
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Friday, September 26. 1969
Number 39
14 TISHRI 5730
The 'Season Of Rejoicing'
The life cycle of the Jew is a wondrous thing. We have
concluded our period of introspection, of remembrance and
repentance. And now, tonight, we begin "The season of
our rejoicing," the celebration of the ancient festival of
Sukkos.
The theme of this holiday is a familiar one to non-
Jewish Americans, as well, for Thanksgiving was deliber-
ately patterned upon Sukkos by the Scripture-minded
Pilgrims. It shapes with that national holiday the predomi-
nant ideas of autumnal harvesting and joyous gratitude to
God for His bounty.
We have much to be grateful for in this country but
we should never forget that, like the sukkahs we build for
the period of the holiday, material things have little per-
manency. Only the true spirit of Judaism lives on, and
this is the spirit which will elevate our less fortunate
brethren in all parts of the world beginning at sundown
today.
Our Support Will Soon Be Tested
If there is anything clear about the Middle East situa-
tion today it is that Israel is at war. The endless violations
have made a mockery cf the United Nations' cease-fire
which from the first, it is evident, it was designed to save
the Arabs for another round of killing rather than for peace.
It is well that we recognize that sober fact, as well as
the reality that our fate here is inextricably tied in with
those of our fellow Jews on the firing line. We are Ameri-
cans and we are Jews and in that context we must guide
ourselves positively.
As Americans we are the most affluent Jews in the
world, as well as the most influential. As Americans we
gripe about inflation and taxes, but how petty these seem
as we look to Israel, the Soviet Union, Irag and other na-
tions around the world where Jews have none of these
petty problems; theirs are monumental.
We pride ourselves on our philanthropy and our sup-
port of Israel, but this really doesn't bear close investiga-
tion. The test of that support is not far off, for with Israel's
resources devoted to the escalating war American philan-
thropy must provide funds for the immigrant, the homeless,
the sick and the agedinIsraelin far greater volume
than it has ever done before. Greater Miami is getting
ready.
Don't We Rate Equal Treatment?
Historians have been known to get guite indignant
about the methodology of their peers, particularly when it
contradicts their own view of a period and the important
factors which shaped its destiny. They seem to be agreed,
however, at least in writingthat Jews played such a minor
role in American and world history that they were hardly
worth mentioning.
This is true, of course, not only of the Jews but most
other religious and racial minorities who are treated, for
the most part, not only minutely but unjustly. Since this
seems to be a time for re-thinking, as well as rewriting,
American history, is doesn't seem to us to be far-fetched
to ask for egual treatment with the Negro, for instance, in
the new history books which will be produced in the im-
mediate future. Now that we know historians can write
fiction as well as fact there is no reason for us not to be
part of the new act.
Comment
It made mo feel good t<> see
those Chicago radio and tele-
vision newsmen pul it on the
lino for freedom of the press by
whal could only be termed civil
disobedience. A Federal judge,
after all. had decreed they could
not take pictures or record
sounds near his court. And when
they defied his order, they were
acting like so many of their con-
temporaries who believe that
sumo laws and decrees really
have no ultimate legitimacy.
The act in Chicago was not
an unusual ono: a goodly num-
ber of newsmen and publishers
have gone to jail or been fined
from Peter Zenger on In de-
fense of their right to lot the
IH'oplo know, oven in defiance ol
established order. What is sad.
though, is the silence of the
establishment press when the
rights of lessor men are threat-
ened or denied.
A case in point is the harass-
ment and conviction of the pub-
lisher of the Miami Free Press
in Coral Gables. I don't find it
a particularly edifying news-
paper, either socially or profes-
sionally. But, then, there are
many powerful dailies through-
out the country like the Chi-
cago Tribune and the New York
Daily News I find offensive to
my sens.' of taste. If thai is In
be the criterion we arc. indeed,
in trouble. For who is to judge?
And simply that, I imagine, is
the c.ise againsl restricting and
censoring the press.
No matter what form d takes,
either, and that would seem to
be the rub. I have no recollec-
tion- and I apologize now H
missed it of protest against
this invasion of a basic American
freedom by either of the local
dailies. Nor do I recall any pro-
test last year when the same
vigilante -legal" tactiCS were
used to prevent public school
teachers from passing out leal-
lets telling their story in the
Coral Gables area.
If ever an act was carried out
by public authorities in contempt
of the law, it was the order to
arrest the teachers on the basis
of an ordinance the form and
intent of which was declared un-
constitutional some 30 years ago
by the Supreme Court. I know
this well because I lost a good
opportunity for martyrdom
when, the day following the
arrest of a group of newspaper-
men for deliberately violating a
similar ordinance, the Court's
decision resulted in our case be-
ing thrown out. But In Coral
Cables and. I suppose, many oth-
i r cities around the country,
such ordinances persist on the
police state theory ol "Let them
appeal, we've stopped them for
now."
Not too many years ago, Amer-
ican publishers fousht child la-
bor laws that affi ctcd Ihi ir eat -
rii is. and ti ii d to stand above
the laws that permit 1 I their
i mployei s to organize into un-
ions all in the u no of
by EDWARD COHEN
"freedom of the pn BS :i|
wiser today than thai ,j| jn
refusing to see that y ,
newspapers, or mimeographed
leaflets, come under th same
Constitutional shi Her. t
main steadfast in their selfish.
ness.
All this relates, also, I the
question of obscenity
ostensibly, was thi reas
the Miami Free Puss cas .\|y
sophisticated readers ]
need no reminder aba
books which were elii ted
from our schools because pro-
tests from the narrow-mii i in
spite of the fact that th m<
every test of good literal and
significant social contei! Bui
we need to be reminded sgnii
and again, of the rlangei lurk-
ing behind censorship a ol
the trash which adds to t i |,|
lution of the physical and nora
atmosphere of this con
Bartlett is always a I .- held
with columns like tin se, : wl i
can match Albert Cam
free press can. of coui s
or bad; but. most vv
without freedom it wil
be anything but bad
dom is nothing else but a
to be better, when as .
tnent is a certainty
W nlSe."
Or a better ending th
n by (Seoi ge I '.i rnard
A man thinks he is mor
he is only uncomfoi tabh
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
FIREBASE RENDEZVI >' S
A Shau Valley "I wish to God
you'd explain to me all this talk
at home about lulls. All I know
is we're up to our tails in NVA!"
Considerably bowdlerized, this
was the demand of Col. Robert
B. Siegrist, the burly brigade
commander of the 101st Air-
borne Division that now holds
the A Shau Valley. Hero in this
eagles' eyrie of a firebase. with
the contested valley floor spread
out below, one could understand
the colonel's puzzlement. The
figures tell the story.
Rather more than a year ago.
when this reporter went to Khe
Sanh under siege. Hanoi had no
loss than five North Vietnamese
divisions fighting here, in the
two most northerly provinces ol
South Vietnam. When the Khe
Sanh siege so disastrously failed.
the retreat began. It was no
"signal." The plain truth is the
five divisions fled, one by one.
because they had no choice.
Ten months ago this reporter
came here once again. By then,
the main strength of our Air
Cavalry Division had been called
off to the south, but in those
two provinces, Thua Thien and
Quang Tri. the enemy had only
two North Vietnamese regi-
ments, which were lurking in
the remotest mountain refuges.
So the whole power of the splen-
did 1st RVN Division, plus two-
thirds of the power of our Air-
borne and 3rd Marine Divisions,
could bo used to root out the VC
structure in the populated coast-
al plain.
Today, however, the mountain-
lurking North Vietnamese regi-
ments have been increased to
four, and six more regiments of
NVA are in straddle |K>siti,,ns
thn ateni I Six
since Fi bi uary the fight for
"Hamburger Hill" that com-
mands tin-. A Shau Valley was
the most important big North
Vietnamese units have desper-
ately tried tu penetrate the
sen i n ni U.S. and ARVN troops
protecting the populated coastal
area. And the NVA is si ill try-
ing, which explains Col Siegrist's
wonderment.
Anyone who can read a "lull"
or "signal" or "di -escalation"
into these hard facts must use
the English language like the
White Queen in "Alice in Won-
derland." who simply made
words mean what she wanted
them to mean. And that brings
us to another word of the While
Queen's in Washingtonnamely
"Vletnamization," now being so
wickedly bandied about at home.
"Wicked" is strong talk, per-
haps to be used only by old l.,ls.
But if for 11 years running you
haw come to this lovely country,
full of hard-working, decent peo-
ple, you tend to feel a strong
emotion when you see the first
large area of countryside where
they are ex|H>riencing the re-
turn of prosperity and peace.
And that area is the coastal
strip, the only populated area,
here in Thua Thien and Quang
Tri provinces.
Furthermore, the right kind
ol "Vietnami/ation" of the war
has been spontaneously occur-
ring here. The brilliant'chief of
'his province, Col. I.i Van Than,
long ago asked the U.S. and
ARVN to leave all but one of
ins districts (where the moun-
tains come down to the sea) so
that his regional popular and
village forces could carry the
whole burden of their own Be-
tense. They havi been doing just
that, and with en at s
against the occasions I
ol small parties ..i \\m
namese or the !
VC from their mountai
outs.

Much the same sit '
ists to the north in Qua Tri |
Furthermore, when Nortl Viet
namese big units havi '
break through into the po| Rti
areas from the mountains '
I'M/, the 1st ARVN 1'
remarkable commandct Mtl
Gen. Ngo Quang Truong,
peatedly volunteered '
brunt of the battle, and I >T:i
have acquitted themsi
nificently on these occas -
But there is also the
kind, indeed the wicked .
"Vietnami/ation" that tl **l
about in Washington. Tt ''
Marine Division on th "
was cut almost in half
last troop withdrawal
10 months, the oneim
meanwhile gone from tw :
ments to the equivalent
divisions plus, and he C8
go to five divisions ai:> "m
Hanoi wants to make a ;l1'-
effort
Thin the U.S. ARVN >**
too much, and North Viet
regiments will sun ly
through, to put the
coastal strip to fin and
*l
Leave the "lst ARVN
alone, to face three or W
even five North Vietnam ^
.en-
tile
visions-as Hanoi Oho
you have a sure recipe for
tual disaster, rtespin I
competence and valor o.
Truong and his nun.
Behind the still-sin"*
I
th- people of th.
a million persons wno ho
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Friday. September 26. 1969
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Paqe 5-A
Meet Israel's Prime Minister, Golda Meir
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.. is an atmosphere of
iiy in the Jerusalem of-
Israel's Prime Minister
whicl Reflects the personality of
Gol as she is affect innately
, ,11, ., [sra I The first woman
I the highest post in the
(l she impresses everyone
. ,i and non-Israeli with
formality. One feels at
with her from the moment
ts her.
sat and discussed a num-
problems now faced by
with her the military
n, the human needs of
under the present tense
situai m, American aid to Is-
rael. 1 le link between American
Jewrj and Israel. It was only
natur; I to ask her what she ex-
pects from her visit to the Unit-
ed States as guest of President
Ni.Xn .
>lr. Meir lias treat confidence
in th United States, she sa>s.
Site oonsidan the tinted states
a friend of Israel, ami values its
friendship, She also Ix-lieves
Hi it Washington cannot le con-
sidered an enemy of the Arabs,
lint she is convinced the I'.S.
government "ill do nothing that
Can harm Israel.
'l'h re is no doubt in her mind
thai the U-S. government wants
to.-- peace in the Middle East.
This, she thinks, is not the case
With the Soviet government.
whicl has its own interests in
the V 'Idle East. In her opinion,
the Soviet government is not
even a friend of the Arabs. She
sees i only as an advocate, not
a fri< d of the Arabs.
Mi Meir has no doubt that
what- it the United States has
Bgri to d" for Israel will be
implemented. "When we say Is-
rael ust be strong, we don't
mean only militarily, but also
economical!} and culturally," she
emphasizes. She is quite certain
thai her visit to the United
Stalis will in addition to what
is h omplished by her talks
with Preside!-,I Nixon also help
to dispel misconceptions about
Israi ; which pro-Arab elements
in the United stales are at-
tempi :. to spread.
Outs|Hikeii Views
Air: Meir said she does not
' ml- Israel and the Arab states
re heading for another all-out
war. While the present unhappy
snual on, which brings suffering
1" both Sidi S has to be stopped,
war
she considers a full-scale
unlikely.
She is of the opinion that the
Arab stat smen now find them-
selves in a tight situation. "They
have bei n saying that they are
preparing for a new round of
war against us," the Premier
points out. "On the other hand,
then- is not a single Arab leader
who believes he can win a war
with us. Not even Nasser can
afford another defeat."
Airs. Meir is quite outspoken
on Israel's opposition to lour
Power talks and to Aniiricaii-
Soviet talks on securing Arali-
Israel peace. While she is con-
fident the United States would
not attempt to impose peace
conditions on Israel which arc
unacceptable to the Israeli gov-
ernment, she does not trust the-
Soviet Union and believes such
Bin Power talks merely give the
Arab leaders an opportunity to
delay the attainment of peace,
not telling their people the truth
that Israel is here to stay and
agreement With her must be
reached.
The Israeli Premier is also
quite emphatic about the ques-
tion of Israel's withdrawal from
Arab territories. "When there is
no peace." she says, "the present
borders are better than any of
the other previous borders." She
adds, however, that the fate of
the occupied territories could be
decided through direct Arab-
Israel negotiations which should
end in a peace agreement giving
Israel secure borders. "We have
drawn no maps and set no pre-
conditions," she emphasizes.
Airs. Meir was also clear on
Israel's position with regard to
the future of Jerusalem. Nil a
single person in the country, she
stresses, would give up unifica-
tion of the city. She points out
that there max be some differ-
ent?! s ni opinion within [srai I's
Cabinet regarding what would
constitute "secure borders" for
I rael, but there is complete
unanimity 'iuu'-1fiML'"li1'3'.v.'-Jih lv_
gard to Jerusalem, "In two oi
three years," she says, "you'll
see Jerusalem a vi rj beautiful
city."
Mission In The United states
What will Premier Golda Meir
seek in her talks with President
Nixon?
Understandably, Mis. Meir
avoids a direct answer to this
question. However, it is obvious
from the Intensification of Arab
war calls against Israel, it is
obvious that the Israeli Premier
will, for one one thing, ask the
U.S. President to permit sale of
modern American arms in ad-
dition to the Phantom Jets to
Israel so long as the Soviet gov-
ernment continues to ship mod-
ern arms to Egypt and other
Arab countries. This especially,
because as admitted now by
high U.S. officials the Soviets
have shown no interest in dis-
cussing the possibility of agree*
men! on arms limitation in the
Middle East with the United
States.
Airs. Meir will obviously also
ask President Nixon for eco-
nomic aid for expenses which
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The Is' ;n i : e.. rnment
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Mrs. Meir To Talk With President
(Continued from Pace 1-A)
cil resolution. 2. Israel is ready
to negotiate without any prior
condition of any kind. He de-
clared that "everything" is ne-
gotiable and that in negotiations
Israel would naturally "ctPfrne
where our vital and indispensa-
ble interests lie." 3. An interna-
tional conference on refugees
should be convened with the par-
ticipation of the Mideast states,
the nations contributing to refu-
gee relief and specialized U.N.
agencies to work out a five year
plan for solving the refugee
problem by regional and inter-
national responsibility.
4. Israel has no claim of ex-
clusive control or unilateral jur-
isdiction over the Holy Places of
Christianity and Islam, "and is
willing to discuss with those tra-
ditionally concerned the means
of expressing this principle in
any settlement." Until that
time, "the Holy Places will be
administered and maintained by
the Christian and Moslem bodies
to which they have been en-
trusted since 1907." 5. Secure,
recognized and agreed bounda-
ries should be established, re-
placing cease-fire or armistice
lines, as part of the peacemak-
ing process, and armed forces
should be disposed in accordance
With the boundaries determined
in peace treaties. 6. "In condi-
tions of peace, the people of
Israel and the Palestinian Arabs
on both sides of the Jordan
Pilots Are Offered
U.N. Resolutions
Against Hijacking
LONDON (JTA)A spokesman
for the International Federation
of Airline Pilots Associations told
JTA that several countries had
offered to sponsor a resolution
against hijacking at the current
United Nations General Assembly
session and that talks were under
way to get it high on the Assem-
bly agenda as a matter of "utmost
urgency."
The spokesman said that an
overwhelming majority of the
affiliated associations favored a 24
hour world-wide strike if all other
means of obtaining the release of
two Israelis held captive in
Damascus failed. Prof Shlomo
Samueloff, 48, a member of the
Hadassah Medical School, and
Saleh Moualem, 42, a travel agency
employe, have been detained by
Syria since a TWA airliner was
hijacked by Arab commandos and
flown to Damascus las! month. All
the other pasengers, including four
Israeli women, were released.
would be living as free citizens
of sovereign states in accord-
ance with the agreed boundary
concluded under the peace."
Mr. Eban reiterated his gov-
ernment's adherence to the nine-
point peace proposal that he
oat lined in the 1968 General As-
sembly. He also voiced his gov-
ernment's support for use of
Secretary-General U Thant's
special peace envoy, Dr. Gunnar
V. Jarring, in negotiations and
in preparing an agenda and ve-
nue for them. The Foreign Min-
ister saw no progress towards
peace during the past year, and
blamed the Arabs for it.
The General Assembly voted
Saturday to consider "the situa-
tion in the Middle East" at a
Dlenary si ssion without prior de-
bate in a committee. The issue,
which has been on the agenda
since the June, 1967, special ses-
sion, may not be taken up, how-
ever. The question was put aside
until the end of the 1967 and
1968 sessions and then postponed
until the next upcoming General
Assembly.
Soviet Foreign Minister Gro-
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Marvin, Betty Cooper jSalute To Israel To Be Held Oct. 2
Receive Peace Award
j.ubi f loiiiid, wili preside at the
giant Sa'.uti? to Israel Rally wel-
Marvin and Betty Cooper, who thropic community needs as well j coming Yehoshua Levy. Israel His-
as on behalf of Israel. Vice-presi- \ tadrut treasurer, to Miami Beach
dent of Temple Beth Sholom. Mar-\ Thursday night, Oct. 2.
vin Cooper serves as a member of'
Dr Michae' Sossin, president of i executive director for the Florida
the Israel Histadrut Council of region.
have won widespread community
es-eem for their leadership on be-
half of many civic and Israeli
causes, have been named to re-
ceive the Jerusalem Peace Award,
it was announced by Dr. Leon
Kronish, spiritual leader of Temple
Beth Sholom and national vice-
the Board of Directors of the
Temple and on the Board of Di-
rectors of the Temple Brother-
hood. Prior to assuming his pre-
sent post as vice-president. Mr.
Mr. Poller. chairman of the
board of Xiox International and
Tri-Comp Corporation, also will
host a reception of top industrial-
ists from throughout South Flor-
ida Thursday afternoon. Oct. 2.
Mr. Poller and Mr. Levy are
The Fontainebleau Hotel recep-
tion is scheduled at 8 p.m.. with
Mr. Levy reporting on the cur-
rent situation in Israel and the working together on several in-
results of the recent general elec- ternational projects of "great im-! Max Hecht, Bernard Katz. Mrs.
lations coordinator; and Jacob
->chachter, publicity chairman, als >
will join in the tribute to Mr. Levy.
Members of a special advisory
committee for the rally include
Bernardo Benes. Joseph Bernstein,
Mrs. Else Bonem. Jacob Cher-
no:-ky. Marvin Cooper, MorrU
Cooper, Mrs. Mary Daniels. Israel
Finkel. Abraham Grunhut. Mrs.
Trudy Hame: .-chlag. Mr. and Mrs.
hairman of the Israel Band Or-: Cooper was financial secretary for
iization. i three years. Mrs. Cooper is a past
vice-president of the Temple Sister-
In announcing the award to Mr. ; h()od an(, u
Cooper. Dr. Kronish
and Mrs.
I l -Marvin and Betty Cooper
will be cited for their devotion to
a member of the
Board of Directors. Among their
active interests are the Hisladrut.
Friends of the Hebrew University.
portance to the State of Israel
and to ttistadrut at this time," Dr.
Kronish asserted.
tions of His tadrut held in the
Jewish state.
Dr. \j?on Kronish, national vice
president of Histadrut, and Lou1 vice presidents of Histadrut who
Poller. Florida chairman of the vvi jojn m tne ra,.y at whien M,.
American Histadrut Development u>vv wi de!ivor a major across
Foundation, will introduce Mr. o,, ^ pVi, of th organi2ati
B'nai B'rith and the American Jew- Levy to the Greater Miami Jew- CilM,,n Jubilee Celebration in-
ish Congress. Mr. and Mrs. Cooler i lsh community at the rally. |lc. Jack A Filosof |sraeI Fink.
are the parents of Mrs. Richard Joyce Farber, notei coloratura I el. Samuel Gelfand, J. Z. Stadlan.
Zinn, Barry and Ellen Cooper. ; soprano, heads a special enter- Dr. Simon WHensky and Joseph P.
tainment program for the Thurs- Zuckerman. San Lachman, sec-
day evening meeting. Dr. Sossin retary: Joseph Goldberg, co-trea-
s:ii"l. surer; Gerald Schwartz, public re-
of the'------------------------------------------------
Morris Kogan, Mrs. Kate Meiden-
'erg. Leo Mindlin, Max Rosen,
Mrs. Susan York, Leonard Zilbert
and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Zitner.
The Temple B:th Sholom-Israel
Dinner of State is traditionally the ;
first synagogue event on behalf of
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In announcing the forthcoming
dinner. Dr. Kronish noted that the
Beth Sholom dinners on behalf of
Israel Bonds are not only meaning-
ful events in serving Israel's eco-
nomic needs but are festive acca-
sions giving everyone an oppor-
tunity t> express their gratitude
for the existence and continue 1
growth of the state under the
most difficult of conditions. This
year's event will celebrate the 21st
anniversary of Israel's statehood.
Israel Histadrut Council, will serve
is toastmaster for the evening
along with Dr. Sossin.
Other Histadrut leaders who will
take part include Jacob Rifkin.
chairman of the Business and Pro-
fessional Council; Morris New-
mark, treasurer; Mrs. Jack Wo'f-
stein. chai'-mnn of the Women's
Division; Judge Herbert S. Sha-
piro and Dr. Anna Brenner Mey-
ers, cochairmen of the legal
committee; and Ed Tumaroff. n \\
Israel. Although young in years, I .^ ___.. .
they have already given many Beth DfMt, Couples Club
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a unique family trad;tion of ser- r '
vice, this has come naturally to! Over 60 young married couples
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Beth Sholom takes oride in their
selection for this high honor."
The Jerusalem Peace Award will
bt. conferred upon them at the
annual Beth Sholom-Israel Dinner
of State to take place Saturday
evening, Oct. 11. at the Fontaine-
bleau Hotel. A high-level Israeli
official will come to Miami espe-
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announced, to make the presenta-
tion and deliver an important
address.
Mr. and Mrs. Cooper's activities
run the gamut of service on behalf
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Mi'.ton Wasman. The club, an
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The cocktail party was the year's
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members were greeted by c'.ub
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Jewish Community Representatives plan Program to Counter-
act Arab Propaganda (left to right) Efraim Gale. Execu-
tive Director YMHA; Seymour Liebman, Zionist Council of
America; Rabbi Joseph Narot, Chairman, President of the
Greater Miami Chapter, American Jewish Committee; Dr.
Walter Zand, A.J.C. Florida Field Director; George Bursay,
President, Broward County Chapter, A.J.C. (Other persons
not shown but in attendance were: Larry Hirsch, American
Jewish Committee Joseh Yanich and Abe Grunhut of the
American Jewish Congress; David Stahl of the ADL Arthur
Rosichan and Morton Silberman of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation Lou Schwarrzman of the Bureau of Jewish
Education; Ralh Grossman and Hy Morris of the Jewish War
Veterans; Mrs. Wexler, Mrs. Cohen and Mrs. Bloom of the
National Council of Jewish Women.)
Hebrew U. Senate
Address Plea For Help
JERUSALEM (JTA>- The Hc-
ew University's senate, its top
idemic ixwly called on the world
idemic community today for ac-
1 in to help secure the release of
1 'i Israeli nationals detained by
S ria.
Written messages from both nun
v >re received by cheir families
i >t week, 10 days after they were
posted with representatives of the
international Red Cross who visit -
: the prisoners. There was no
planation of the delay. The meg-
s' ges were written on standard
Red Cross forms and contained
ly personal matters.
The Hebrew University senate
met in extraordinary session at-
tended by representatives of all
. stitutions of higher learning in
J.-rael. Its resolution addressed to
ademii ians all over the world
i as endorsed unanimously. Fore-
ign Ministry officials said that
i tere wen- no significant develop-
ii ents to report concerning the two
< tainees. Syrian authorities re-
i irtedly say they are still under-
. ling Interrogation but gave n>>
lication that the men will be
leased once the interrogation is
c mpleted.
State Department spokesman
Carl Bartch said that the United
St ttes was asking foreign govern-
j ents to enter into new extradi-
tion treaties with the United States
that would designate hijacking of
airliners as an extraditable offense.
Mr. Bartch cited a new treaty with
New Zealand as a model for up-
dating existing treaties to make
possible the extradition of hijack-
ers.
Succoth Holiday
At Oholei Torah
In celebration of the holiday of
Succot, students of Oholei Torah
Day School will have a Sp ria!
assembly, during which they will
build model Succoths 'boothsi and
participate in a Bible contest. All
those who participate will receive
awards, with special prizes going
ti contest winners.
In addition, a gala celebration of
the holiday will be sponsored by
the school at Beth Israel Congre-
gation, 770 \V. 40th St., at noon
Monday. The program will include
singing, a musical presentation, a
magician and refreshments, Rabbi
Shlomo Lipskar. principal of the
school, announced. He extended an
invitation to all Interested pers ins
to join the school in its celebra-
tion of the holiday.
There were 774,000 children
enrolled in the Israeli school sys-
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NCRAC Denounces
Jewish Defense League
Cedars 8th Anniversary Boll
The 8th Anniversary Ball .
Cedars of Lebanon Hospital will
be held in the Fontainebli au Hotel
Saturday evening, Dec. 6, u i,,.
been announced.
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would h -; i the Arab (1
"responsible for anj acl
terroi ag insl Jews in this c
try." About 500 persons
put iii Hie fie -' mstrati
1'ohcc broke up scuffles
supporters and opponents b
arrests wen reported.
The NCRAC statemcnl was
issued over the signatures ol the
American jewisii Commit!
American Jewish Congress, B
B*rith Anti-Defam ition L
Jewish Labor Committee. Jewish
War Veterans of the U.S. Na-
tional Council of Jewish W<
Union ol American Hebrew Con-
gregations < Rel irm i and the
United Synagogue of Ann
i Conser\ ative I.
The st itemenl dec:, red th il
Jew Ish security indeed the
.security ol any ethnic or racial
group does not lie in taking the
law into one's own hands. Thai
kind of simplistic approach to
the complicated problems of our
times can only produce warring
groups, not solutions. The
evils of our society and the ex-
tremists in our midst must bo
countered through peaceful p
cess consistent with democratic
goals, The task is to work to-
gether in a coalition of all res-
pectable rl 'ments of the com-
munity to achieve social condi-
tions which will eliminate
breeding grounds of rage and
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Friday, September 26, 1969
Je f /*#? Meridian
Paqe 9-.".
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
The Feast Of Harvest
B\ RABBI TIBOB H. STERN
.laeoh <'. Cohen
< (immunity Synagogue, M.B.
Harvest is meant to be a festive
occasion, whether ii i' the harvest
of crops, the
harvest of life,
or even the har-
vest "I time. In-
tentions and il-
lusions are not
always synony-
mous with real-
ity. It is there-
fore appropriate
to evalute, dur-
ing our "/man
simchatenu,' the
period of rejoic-
ing, the true sit-
uation of the 'chag haasif the
r, ast of ingathering.
The economic harvest is yielding
the highest returns in history; yet
1<> rejoice about it would be folly,
because its distribution is patently
unfair and discriminatingly un-
just. Social and economic justice
has \vt to be meted out equally.
It is not a coincidence that the
feast ol harvest coincides with the
make-shift hut of the Succah, the
symbol of temporary materialism.
rhe harvest of life is happier to-
day than a decade or so ago, in a
material sense, so to speak, with
Social Security and Medicare to
Make a comforting cushion for our
Rabbi Stern
aged. But with the increase of
public responsibility towards the'
j people in their harvest years, we
| see a diminishing relationship and
I communication between the gen-
Icrations. Wc call it the generation
gap, but ii is a spiritual gap. In an I
I era of maximum communication
devices, it seems the aged of the
human species are indeed a lonely
j crop. For many of our aged, the
j harvest time of their lives can '.
hardly be called a '/man simcha-
j t< mi" or a time for joy.
The harvest of time. This was
the acme of prophecy called the i
Messianic era, or the end of days,
or the begining of redemption.
Bach prophet, according to his vis- i
ion saw the "harvest of time" as
the moment of moments, with a
cup full of glory and of joy. The
reality is far from such vision. The !
harvest of time is the ingathering
of nuclear bombs and MIUV's. The
i' chance, fear or force, instead of
by choice, love or joy. The harvest I
of time is dissension among the !
world powers and total disregard '
for justice in the United Nations. !
The harvest of time is everything
BUT '/man simchatenu' .
The feast of Harvest, the period
of joy, the cloud of glory for
whom? With proper correction, a
perfect faith, and dedication to I
Torah. it can be for us it could
be .
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Mrs. Frances Ullian. former president of the Sisterhood
of Kneseth Israel Congregation, was called to the pulpit to
dedicate the new covering (Paroches) for the Holy Ark in
memory of her husband and son. Rabbi David Lehrfield and
Milton Kahn, president of the synogogue, presented a
prayer book from Israel to her. As a token of the syna-
gogue's appreciation. Standing beside Mrs. Ullian is Milton
Kahn.
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Continued from Pag* 4-A
their trust in the United States
are visibly reveling in the re-
turn of peace and the rebirth of
prosperity.
And the foregoing indicates
the reason why one must ask
whether Mr. Nixon, Mr. Laird.
Mr. Rogers, et al. are willing to
risk the lives of countless thoif-
Rands by excessive or too hasty
troop withdrawals, or whether
they have the guts and common
sense to wait until Hanoi has
been compelled to make a real
peace.
Variety Children's To Benefit
The offerings of fruit, vegetables.
canned goods or money brought by
students of the religious school of ;
Temple Israel of Greater Miami
this week to the temple for the
fail harvest festival of Succot will
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of Variety Children's Hospital.
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Sept. 28Ch. 10, 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour.
NO PROGRAM
Sept.28Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice.
Host: Rabbi David Raub, Temple Beth Raphael. MB.
Topic: Succoth
Special Broadcast in honor o: th" High H ily Days.
narrated by Klie Wiesel, based on 'The Jews of
Silence." bus book on contemporary Soviet
Jewry.
Sept 80Ch. 2 NO PROGRAMS IN SKPTEMBER.
By RABBI SAMUEL .1. FOX
Why is the practice of dwell-
ing in the Succah observed in
the lal instead of in the spring
when the eliildieii ol Israel ac-
tually left Ku.vpt to Dflgln their
trek through the wilderness?
A number of reasons are given
for dating the festival of Succah
in the fall. First, it is claimed the
observance takes place in the fall
so that will become apparent that
people who dwell in the Succah
are obeying a commandment of
the Almighty. Were il to be in the
Spring, it might be considered just
occupying a summer house, as is
the custom in many places,
A second reason is that the holi-
day is designed to take place after
Vom Kippur. Living in the Succah
indicates that we have no fear of
the elements since we feel confi-
dent the Almighty has forgiven ns
on the Day of Atonement and we
can. therefore, safely leave our
homes without undue concern.
Some claim that the practice of
living in the Succah takes place in
the fall because this is the time of
the great fall harvest when the
reaping of the crops can mislead
man into a feeling of false pride
and haughtiness over his newly
acquired possessions. He leaves the
comfort of his home, therefore,
and strives to reach out for the
intangibles in life, showing that he
.:ois not depend upon the wealth
of his home and his possessions.
Ii is also claimed that the festi-
val of Succoth is observed in the
fall bi cause ol the fact that ii was
i ,lc w is:i tendency t" simulate the
.:i 11- ol a bad si nt ni on Yom
Kippur so that its i al effect will
never come, Thus, the rabbis
claim, if on the Day ol Atonement
ive wi r i idged t" be punished by
having lo leave our homes and be
in exile, we do so on Succoth in
le hope thai iliis v.ill be the only
. vl. wi w ill have i" suffi r during
I he yi .ii .
What is the reason for using
the four species on the Sueeoth
holiday (the cttroil, the palm
branch, the myrtle ami the wil-
low >'.'
Basically, this is done in obsi rv-
anco of a commandment in the
Bible i Lev. 23:40). Some claim
they were commanded to do this
a? a symbolic deterrent against an
inclination towards false pride.
The palm branch symbolizes the
straight spine warning man not
ti. bow to temptation. The citron
symbolizes the pure heart warn-
ing man not to lose himself with
false emotion. The myrtle symbol-
izes the good eyes warning man
not to be tempted by anything he
sees. The willow symbolizes the
lips advising man to guard his
speech. These organs are especial-
ly symbolized during the happiest
,il festivals to warn man against
losing his perspective in the face
of a happy occasion.
Others see in the four species a
symbol of four different kinds of j
people. The citron, which has both
fragrance and taste, is thought to
Symbolize the man of both learn-
ing and wealth while the palm
branch, carrying a fruit With taste
but no fragrance symbolizes the
man of wealth who has no learn-
ing. The myrtle, with fragrance
but no taste, was said to symbolize
the man who had learning, but no
wealth, and the williow, with
neither fragrance nor taste, the
man with neither learning nor
wealth.
The rabbis stress the fact thai !
four of these must be taken to- '
gether becaUM everyone in society,
no matter how much learning he
may or may not have, and no
matter his wealth or lack of it,
has a special contribution to make !
tl h Oh is important -and often in-1
di*|X'nsibieto society.
MIAMI
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. 995 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Cantor Morris Barr. 1
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ANSHE EMES. 233 SW 19th Ave.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pakowitz. 2
-
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken.
dall Dr., S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert BauniBard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr. 3
SI i'i'iiT; Friday v .' |, in Ken
Is Th. World Hull <:......... Half
I ": i i'' Saturday mi., n.111.
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi So'. Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipson. 4
SI'f'C'OT: Friday li p. SlltUtdil"
11 m Si rmun: "Sukkah: Moth I ..1
Life." .Vlini-lia 7 |>m SUtlflll} ii 111
Hal .vin/.v nil I',., in in,., (IuukIiii
Mi-y. I trenda Sai-liv
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. 5
Sl'lVoT: Friday ::\. |.|n Suturdlljl
!i a.m. Bermon: "Spiritual Uratllude."
Mlnclm 6:45 p.m. Sunday B .1 in Ser-
mon: A lliMith With .1 Divine Men-
Haire,"
BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max I
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson. 6
SCi'ii'T: Friday 8:8 by :i ICidduxli Saturday *:i", a.m sun- 1
day R:43 a.m. Cent nil Thome: A
Kali) n lenoriitlon."
BETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW
8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon
April. Cantor Seymour Hinkes
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SI iviit: Friday (1:30 p.m. Saturday :
a.m. s, rin,.11: "How .1,'vvs siwutd l
Itcjolee." Sunday :i a.in. Surmon: ,
' 1'iiity and N'nlional Pride."
ISRAEL (TEMPLS) Of- GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform.
Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. 10
Sl'i.....T: Friday B:I5 p.m 'Blrtiop
I Plke'H CtrealeHl Tragedy."
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
si'i'i'i'T: Friday 6::in p.m Raturdav
1.". n.m mid 10:15 n.m, Sermon:
ll-d'H Sukka.' Mlneha 7 :" p m Sun-
day R:45 ;, in ami Io: 1 r, a in Sermon:
"My Sukkn
MINYONAIREs SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Modem Traditional 12
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OR OLOM (TEMPLE1. 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph e.lix-
man. Cantor Benjamin Ben Ari 13
si "i '1", it Friday ,; :30 p ni Sntu
v :i in I tnr M itzvnh; I invid, ho
Mr .n"l Mr*. Arthui Mill M
i' 111 Suiidn.v v '" a.111 and 7
l m
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carml. "4
TIFERETH JACOB, (TEMPLE). 951
E. 4th Ave.. Hialeah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
si'i'i'i'T Friday 7 |i in Saturday 10
and 7 pin Semi) I11 .lov
of Simple TlihiKP Kundii.v 311 .1 m
NER TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St. a"
Tatum Waterway, Conservative
Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Cantor Co-
ward Klein. *9
si rriiT: Fridnj 7 p.m Saturday :
a.m. Sermon: "Sueeoi, Th- Svmi >l
i If Jewish Kxlli Mlnehn 7 p.m Su
day 15 :i 111 s- rmoi I
1 :- >ud* 1 if (Slory "
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OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonlta Dr.
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Web--
man. '.'.
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SEPHAROIC JEWISH CENTER. 6*5
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nalimias. 31
sii'i 'I IT: Fridaj U p in Saturd
1:.:" .1.111 Si rmon "111 |o|ee 1*11 '
I-', Ktlval." Sunda > 11 a m N'n .- -
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 15-
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A. Be- -
Hillel. 32
*
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE). 1C7.5
NE. Miami Gardens Drive. Co-,
servative Rabbi Milton Schlinsky.
Cantor Tibor Mo-iet. 41
BETH TORAH. NE 164tn St. at 11 Ml
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lie-
chitz. Cantor Jacob Renter. 24
SICt'iiT: Friday >, n ni Sermon
"America's llellef lo Oodn And !Ui-
via's Alln i--ln -Whleh K VV",.rs.
Saturday and Sunday 8:80 n m Thpn
Tiadiii.m.v anil Riluul* Ol su......II
l>ramatie Translations of Man's. Mont
I-:, -la lie Sinsiliv ill,- "
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
14 TISHRI6:53
B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd S;.
Conservative. Rabbi Charles Rub-'
Cantor Jack Lerner. 14
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DADE
Temporary office. 11801 NE ?2nd A\ I
Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kinpsley. 57
Sl'i 'i iT I' Idn I e in .-. iui
I0::tn a ni
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NC
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah Z
C.ipl.m.
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF CREATE*
MIAMI. 990 NE 171st St. Oitnod-:'
Rabbi Naftali Horush. i}
CORAL "GABIES
JUDEA (TEMPLE). 5500 Cr.in .
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Mo.'ns K
per.
i it Frida v s p.m > u
ZION (TEMPLE). 8000 Miller Rd.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. 16
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NORTH MIAMI
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rahbi Joseph A. Gorfinkel. Cantor
Ben Zion Kirschenbaum.
si'i '1 a IT; l'i ni.iv 7 I.', p 111 Si rmou
"The Sueenll A l.rs-,,ii In Itenpon
s 1111111 > Salurdnv >i". a.m. Sermon:
"The- Sueeah -A l.enson In Slllldlll)
Sunday H:4S n.m, Sermon: "The Sui-
rail A I......n In Security "
miami'beach
AGUDATH ISRAEL. T801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
ZAMORA (TEMPLE). 44 Zamora A I
Conservative. Rabbi Maxwell Berg--
C.intor Richard S. Browdy
SI 1 '1 '1 iT Frlilaj p.fi
da.i x 1 it in .1 nd *. ::" i m Sun
- |." a in
FT. LAUDERDAIE
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 547 r
Oakland Park Blvd. Rabb Sheid-
Edwards. Cantor Maurice Neu.
42
si a '1 a it Friday y 1 p m
Th. Seori \* s. lunla) a. 111 Si
iiii.ii. "Why Ho Soon'.'' K:1." p 1
mini "Help Me Sunday Si run
"I'l'iilll Till" in. 1, !, I" Si'.lll.iiv
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wein. 18
si'i'i'ii'r Friday p.m Saturday !'
a 111. .viin, iia : ",ii |i.m. Sunday : a.m
EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrews Avt
Reform, Rabbi Richard M. Levito-
Car.tor Jerome Klement. *1
HALLANDAIE
HALLANDALE JEWISH JENTE".
126 NE. First Ave. *4
BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T. Swir-
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1546
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
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BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4141
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kronish, Assistant Rabbi Jerrold
Levy. Cantor David Conviser. 21

BETH TFILAH 936 Euclid Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. 22
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CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodox.
Rabbi Dow Rosencwaig. 23 {
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EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash-
ington Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
St'l'OiT: Friday 1, p.m. Saturday '' j
am Sermon: Tin- Moral Impllcu-
llons of ih, Sukkab." Sunday f n.m.
Sermon: "Celebration and Renewal."
Junior 1'"iiuri'Uiiiiiin Services 10:30
ii.in. Saturday and Sunday.
HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pinetree
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Gross. 25
Sl'CCOT: Friday 8:4.1 em Snturda>
: a 111 Sermon: "A I'nlted larael." (
Mlnehn 'i:i". p.m. Sunday : a.m. Ser-
mon: "Th,1 i'l,nids of Glory."
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern.
Cantor Meyer Endel. 2( '
St'CVOT: Friday 6:30 p.m Saturdaj
8:30 a.m. Sermon: "Who l.iv.-s In A '
Tent?" Sunday Brio am Sermon:
"The Hal v, Hi 1 if Tittle."
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.;
Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif. 27
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St.
Conaervative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owltz. Cantor Nico Feldman. 28
HOtlYWOOD
BETH EL (TEMPLE). S. 14th Avi
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. 4j
SI'tVOT: Friday S:I1
1" IUI a.Ill
s.imid i
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE). 17:
Monroe St. Conservative. Rabc;l
Morton Malavsky. Cantor lrvit-3
Gold. 4
----
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johnson S-_
Conservative. Rabbi David Shapir:.
Cantor Yehudah Heilbraun.
Friday v 1.1 p.m. Sermon: ",Tewl>
".ni. pi of .lu-iii Satui day
a in. r.;ir Mlaavnb I arrv. s......1' v
aii-l .vir- Vaihan l..i\'i-.- Mfnehn 7
p in Sunday s: in a m
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) 6920 SW. 35-
St. Conservative. Rabbi Elliot I.
Wmograd. Cantor Abraham Koste-
a
P0MPAN0 BEACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 132 SE 11th Avi.
Conservative. Rabbi Morris A. Sko;
Cantor Michael Frederick *
SURFSI01
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION..
9293 Harding Ave., Surfside. Tov. -
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi laaac D. Vint
(1
Friday ';'"-.': p.m Saturday ^ a 1.
Saturday 7:52 pin Sunday B a.m.
Tin's pagr is frffijr-d In
cooperation with the Greater
Mi.iwi Rubliiniciil A.ocia:ion.
Coord-nator 0/ the featuret
afi/v.irinj; here it
DR. MAX I.TPSCHITZ
Shirininl Leader 0/
Bptii Torah CovcRrovriON
of North Miami Brvcit


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+Jenist FhriJiar
Friday, September 26, lc65
1
Silver On Sports
Jess Silver
A Four Minute Mile At The Age Of 30
A FTER VEARS OF TRYING. R iy Roseman has become
the f:rst Jewish runner to hater four minutes in the
i le. The 30-year-old native of England accomplished his
-.: -long ambition at Motspur Park track on July 23.
Ri.-eman. who may he the olde-t miler to run under four
minutes for the firsl tin* fi I in fourth place as the
winner clocked 3:58.0.
A runner since he was '. T: seman was a -
medalist in the 5.00 -.- tei 1957 M it* -
in Israel. He ran the mill in 4:15 in 1958 8.2
and 4:06,2 in 19 Ros Hi .ttd a silver m< Sal In
an
THE AMERICAN SCENE
- :s. and a bronze in the 5.000-metcrs at the
I Maccabiah. Lou Stieglitz of the United States won
both events in record time.
Afti r i leg injury sidelined him for most of the 1962
in returned with a 4:01.6 in 1963 and rep-
- ted Great Britain in dual meets with the United
- .:.: West Germany. He plac.d third in the 1,500-
m rs n both occasions.
In he i is 4:02.1 and 4:00.2 the following yrv-
he became a Maccabiah gold medalist for the first
R -man won the 1.500-meters in a record 3:11.2 at
St .dium. He ran 4:02.2 and won his first ma-
B/: BEN GALL0B
jorEr tie the Southern Counties mile champ:
in 1956. After he clocked 4:02.3 in 1967 and 4:00.7
year, It appeared that age would catch up with him ;
he would ii(-v( r go under four minutes.
Two ks after his sub-four-minute-mile effort th
Still-speed) Roseman was a double winner at the Eighth
World Maccabiah Games. He retained his 1.50.>
championship with a record 3:46.9 clocking and als .
tured the 5.000-meters for the first time. The red-h
Israeli Yuval Wishnitzer, who may be the next .1 .
runner to better four minutes for the mile, was runn
in the Maccabiah 1.500-meters.

No 'Generation Gap" Is Found
THK MICH DISCUSSED "gel
tween young people and their parents ap;
to be non-existentat least where the two genera-
tions' degree of "religiousness" is concerned.
A study of Jewish hich school and college stu-
dents in New York City was made by Dr. Victor D.
Sanua. associate professor in the School of Educa-
tion at the City College of New York. His findings
were based on replies to a questionnaire given to
307 high school students and 229 college students,
both boys ar.d girls.
The criterion used for selection of the students
was to get subjects who had been exposed to vary-
ing forms and intensities of Jewish education. In tne
high school classification were 65 attending an all-
day Jewish school, 64 attending afternoon school. 60
Our Film Folk:
By HERBERT 6. LUFT
"Monte Carlo Rally"
X THE WILDLY funny film
"Monte Carlo Rally'' a breezy
and affectionate tribute to the car-
crazy buffs who roar across Eu-
rope each winter in mad compe-
tition. Tony Curtis plays "a bright-
faced young bespectacled Ameri-
can, full of pep and vitality- a
supreme optimist of the late '20s."
That is how the character played by the tough kid
from the Bronx, born Bernard Schwartz, the son of
a Hungarian immigrant, and catapulted to fame in
just three days, is described by author Jack Davies
and director Ken Annakin.
Today. Tony is in Istanbul, Turkey, for the film-
ing of "The- Dubious Patriots, in which he plays the
role of a heela reckless, ruthless expatriate,'adrift
in the crumbling Ottoman empire. One of the
Pasha's dignitaries is portrayed by Gregoire Asian
who depicted the Jewish father in the French-made
Marry Mel Marry Me!" with so much warmth and
charm.
Anouk Aimee. the Sephardic Jewess from Paris
who won the Golden Globe Award two years ago
Portrays the Jewish wife of an Egyptian banker in
the film "Justine." a film which has overtones that
could add fuel to the fires of hate, in spite of its
beauty. George Cukor directed: the hauntingly
beautiful score was contributed bv Pandro S Ber-
man and Jerry Goldsmith Sidnev Lumet has
been signed to direct "Nat Turner," the story of
slavery, which David L. Wolper will produce next
year for Richard D. Zanuck at 2Jth Century-Fox
James Earl Jones will star in the title role. "Our
intention is to do the first definitive film concern-
ing slavery in this country," Mr. Wolper said. "The
film will tell the story of a Black revolutionary
fighting for his freedom, and paint the picture as
seen through the eyes of Black revolutionary leader
Nat Turner." Joey Bishop has started a new
student training program on his ABC-TV late night
show. Two full-time UCLA students were hired to
work on a 20-hour-a-week basis. The two were
selected from a group of 25.
"The Pursuit of Happiness." David Susskind's
production for Columbia Pictures, will star Barbara
Hershey and Michael Sarrazin as a young couple
too aware to fit inand too concerned to drop out
of present-day American society under the direction
of Robert Mulligan. Sidney Carroll wrote the
screenplay based on Thomas Rogers' best-selling
novel which received ciitical acclaim for its realistic
but wryly humorous approach. Miss Hershey was
starred in the recently completed "Liberation of
Lord Byron Jones." and can currently be seen in
Allied Artists' "Last Summer."
line a Reform Sunday school. 4S attending a
high school and 70 members of Hashomer
Hatzair, a leftist Zionistgroup.
The questlonnaiitr was designed to obtain census-
typ* information on the students and their parents,
the Jewish education and activities of the two gener-
ns, home religious practices, the "Jewishness"
i'. neighborhoods and the students' friends and
their attitudes towards Israel and anti-Semitism.
Dr. Sanua reported that the "most striking find-
ing was the little difference found in the religious
attitudes of the two generations." and declared the
widely-held theory that the younger generation is
breaking away from Jewish tradition is not sup-
portedat least in his study. Ho cautioned that the
sample was limited that more accurate data was
needed, but that his study found "little difference"
between the extent and degree of Jewishness of
parents and their children. "No evidence was found
that the views of the two generation on this sub-
ject conflicted." he said. Only children of members
of Hashomer Hatzair who were students in public
high schools differed greatly from their parents.
Another finding was that while the overwhelm-
ing majority of the parents of Reform families wen
native-born, parents in all the other groups were
found to be mainly foreign-born. Another was that,
with the exception of the Reform and Hashomer
Hatzair groups, most of the Jewish families kept a
strictly or moderately kosher home. The Yiddish
language was found to be significant in the homes
of most students. Only 10 percent of the total of 536
students reported that Yiddish expressions were
never used in their homes. Yiddish is used even
among Reform group families in which parents are
mainly native born.
A majority of the students expressed interest
in Israel, with about 28 percent indicating they
would like to settle in Israel, a similar number in-
dicated they would like to visit Israel for a year
and 37 percent said they would like to visit Israel
at least briefly. Only seven percent expressed total
disinterest in visiting Israel.
Israel Newsletter
By CARL AlPERT
Elections Coming
yjiir.s ISRAEL'S citizens go t
to the polls Oct. 28. they
won't be voting to choose 120
members of the Knesset. Each citi-
zen can cast only one ballot, and
that is for the party of his choice.
The party leadership decides who
shall be its representatives in the
parliamentary body. The composi-
tion of the new government, the Prime Minister
and other Cabinet members are determined by the
Knesset. -^*l
Israel had what many consider to bo a full dress-
rehearsal for the election in the national pjll of
Israel's labor federation, the Histadrut. to choose
the union's governing body. The most conspicuous
feature of this poll was the disappointing turnout.
In a country which takes its politicsand libor- -
very seriously. 35 percent of the voters didn't bother
going to the polls. This is the smallest participation
in Histadrut s long history.
What is the relationship between strength in the
Histadrut and appeal in the general elections? The
Mapai-Labor group added 35 percent to its Histadrut
total in l!'i5: Mapam running alone, lost 20 percent
in the general elections. Drawing strongly on non-
Histadrut members. Gahal fared 150 percent bett. r
than in the union vote, and the Independent Liberals
did 80 percent better.
What worries the Labor leadership is that non-
participating 35 percent. Did they stay home be-
cause they confidently felt Labor would win any-
how, or ivas this a demonstration of lack of faith in
the Labor Establishment?
The morning after the election, a chastened La-
bor leadership looked at its whittled-down control
and published a statement: "True, we lost votes .
We accept the public's verdict and draw our con-
clusions from it ... We shall learn our lesson .. ."
A sharp, bitter campaign has now begun. Th.
differences which *..,.,.rate the various parties, and
iss K about which they fee! so strongly, will be
disi ussi d here in the near future.
BOOK REVIEW By Seymour B. Liebmon
Chaim Potok's "The Promise"
|T IS WITH keen regret and dis-
appointment that we report
that The Promise, by Chaim Potok
Alfred A. Knopf. $6.951 docs not
measure up to the author's first
novel, The Chosen. The skill of the
craftsman has not deteriorated,
the suspense is even greater than
in the earlier book, the principal
characters are the same, but the warmth and vitality
are not up to the excellent standard he established.
Reuven Malter. son of the gentle Talmudist who
has now matured, is on the threshhold of his final
ordeal- the oral examination for "smicha." rabbinic
ordination. On the examining board is Rav Kalman
a rigid, inflexible, devout believer in the sanctity of
every letter and comma of the Talmud as he 'has
studied it in Europe before the holocaust.
p KISn7uSuUndT the S0" f a leadinK HMrtdlc
Rebbe of Hilhamsburg, is on the verge of completing
a great experiment which, if successful, will be the
theme of his doctoral dissertation in clinical psv
chology. The experiment involves one of his fiancee's
relatives, a youth of 14.
Rachel, the love interest, never quite comes alive.
She works ceaselessly on the Ithaca section of James
Joyces "Ulysses" for an English honors course In
co.lege. but there is no explanation of the section
nor any apparent symbolism vis-a-vis the story in
the author's repeated references to Joyce's classic.
Vv here there were pathos, tears and high emo-
uon in rhe Chosen." in The Promise thore an
mTZV', ""- alKi' at Umes- a ** and obvious
man.pulat.on of fictional characters rather than
numan beings. All pieces and ends are wrapped and
'^together skillfully and artistically, but the de-
nunP T PredictaWe and the suspense is fre-
rZn?' a'' "l;" Whi,e a few ** h** power
h h "", ,h firSt novel- <** appear as X-
hibUtonstic displays of intellectual snobbery.
reJ "th ,.'!"""'i0" "Mut-or should-a" person
I ul.M "" ,,"f,"'" readin8 "The Promise?"
reT B?Wlr lat Whi,e il l* necessary to
the si 'Ik ,h'" 0rder- easier to understand the
fcond book if one has read the first. Potok has
'." fully delineated his characters in "The
v th h'' l helps ,0 haw ^corne acquainted
with,them during their adolescence.
for hta! "u^J* ,hc pitfa11 ,np author his created
mself Since he has compelled the making of
*?.Wt second book is bound to suffer the
\^rdict of the adage.


Friday. September 26, 1969
i*Jew Isti fhrldtotf
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LEGAL NOTICE
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i THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
' ,N AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 84181
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
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. i Hi any t-Ialnu and demands
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ili,- County Judges of Dade County,
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i .,:. mi.ir months from the
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COURT IN AND FCR DADE
COUNTY. FLORIDA IN PROBATE
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In RE: Estate !
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Ii ulil not In led In thi offlci
thi ulsive tj led 'ourt.
I thereto on the attnri
I SOI. Al.KXANDFR,
1 17, | on or hi fore the 3oth
liU9 or appi r
tli, :' '., oi \'..v. mbi r,
.- i:ir, H m hefori the Honornbli
\ I BDMAX.
. : i. m it. .. the relief
the P til loners, shall be
i i i nl day of Septi mber
VTHBRMAN, Clerh
,.f thi 'It nit '"in i
tj r p copEI-AND
1. put y i 'lerk
;. :'ii 1" 3-10-17
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File No. 69A333
1 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ho-74 ST CORP. holder of County
T v Kali '' ii- nl-- No. S7I2 Issued
11 Isi 'i.i> of June, A n 1966, has
t .ini. in my office, and has made
: ttion for n tax dead to be Isauad
thereon Said Certificate embraces
Ith following described property In
thi Count) .a Dade, State "f Florida,
I i
i I N<4 l..i 3 in NWU, Tropleo,
Plat Hook 2 Page :.7 Section 12
-lit ii. Range 39 Bast
i \. r, More or Ii sa
the i'- untj of Dade, State of
Id
aid property
\ias In
me of: i il \l:l.i:s R. Fi IRMAX
I eeri shall be re.
ihi' property
bed hi v i'l I.. sold to tli"
i : for en h n( thi Court-
I I first Mon
ditobi r, 1969 v hlch is
''li .....ber 69
of Si pti mber,
|
R H l.KVTHKKMAN,
ri i i ir. utt Court,
I mdi i "ounty. Florida
Bj P F Ol'l DSTRAXD
i>. puty Clerk
I rcult Ci uri .-- .ih
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
ICE is HEREBY GIVEN that
I"'' undersigned, desiring to engage
i. tli i- the fictitious name
>f DBI.AWARE APARTMENTS and
I'F.I AW M;i: REALTY ASSOCIATES
170 16th Sir. et, Miami Bench,
| ; .1 t.. register said name
o"1 the Clerl of the Circuit Court of
ado County, Florida,
'GENE MOSES and I'.ITII MOSES
i:i" IAK S Mll.lo and
1 HI \y.\i: s \i;i.iii
WIRY ZCKERNICK
1 V lor Owners
|-" Lincoln Koad
"in Ueai ii. Florida
!' 19-26 l" 3-10
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN' thai
the undersigned rtevirlng to engage In
bust------ under the fictitious name of
THE POST MARK at 93011 South
Dixie Highway, Miami. Florida, In-
to res -i.-i- said name with the
1 l< rk "i the i 'In uii i tourl of 1 lade
1 ut ... Florida.
PATRICIA WRIGHT
7473 s W RSnd St Apt. D-101
.Miami. Florida
DIANE) 1. JACOBS
8921 South Dixie Highway
Miami, Florida
ARTHI'R s DAVIS
ah..i a. v for Patricia Wright
and Diane I, Jacobs
! 12-19-26 10 3
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. S4407 (Judge Clark)
In RE: Estate of
BERTHA U EINSTEIN
I ii ....
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All fi. dltors and All Persot Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnt Said
Bstate:
You .ii hi n by notifii .1 and 11 quit -
n presi any claims and den
v lii.'h yon mi : ha re an t the i
: BERTHA W EINSTEIN decei
'l late of Dade County, Florida, to
thi I '"ii Judgi f 1 lade I '..,i
Ii ome in duplii ate n i
provided In Section 733 16, Kit rldi
uli In thi Ir .-ii.. in tin i'
Courlhou in Had. County, Florida,
within -.' calendar months from thi
tiin- .i ': first publlci......: ll
or the same will I"- barred.
Dati d at Miam Pli i Ida, this ISth
day of Septi mher, A I' 1969
RITA ABRAMS,
Administratrix 'um
Testnmentn Vm i xn
First publication of this notice on
tin- 19th day of September, 1969
IRVING CYPEN LAW' OFFICES
Attorney for Administratrix C.T A,
R23 Arthur iodfrej Road
Miami Ii. ai h, Florida 33140
9 ls-:'i; l" nil
I "After all, Seymour, we're your
parents... so why don't you tell us.
'____ what's on your mind?"
t *
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CI RCU1T
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
No. 69-15279
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
ANT' INI' 'ii INZAL.E2S
Plaintiff
\ s,
CORAU> GONZALEZ
I I'.nilant.
YOl.', CoRAl.lA : INZ \ l.i:/.. n sl-
dence addi. 6i Furl '
Ave apartment 21, New York, \ V
are required to file your
to the eon plaint for divot ith the
mi.....ut d i \.
a opj of, upon. HER: v v
COHEN, -v.'. 1310-11 c
I'.Ms- M ii i Florida on or
i irtohi ...-,.
Will be -1
l ?ATI-:i' Si pi, mbi I 'ith, I I
E. II '. BATH Blt.MA N
Cli It -. the Clt uit I 'ourt
i I Ai.l'X VNDER
(Cln all C\ in s, n|)
:'; 1" 3-10

staff
build
h
ters*
"MPtRARYPtRSONNEL
CALL 373-657G
POR IfMMEDfATE
TEMPORARY-
PART-TIME POSITIONS
1
I
v
9
SUITE 400. AINSIEY BUILDING
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS LIEKKBY CIV EN that
the under Isned, desirlnx to einniRi in
blislni s- in ih r the fh-titloui nn me of
IUCHARD a.- i;imss at '.'.'. Uii
; Road, Miami Beach, Florida intend
to register said name with the ("lerk
..r the Circuit Court of Dade Couiltv,
Florldn.
DATED ..: Miami Beach, Florida,
i tliis- 16th di v of September, 1969,
JERRY A OROSS
STANLEY B RICHARD
! 26 I" S-10-17
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR Dii) COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85160
In RE: Estal.....!
Il.tiRBNCB M. BORTLB
1 l.-.-i a .ii
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Ci, dltors and Ml Pi rsons ii.iv
nn-- claims .-i Demands Aajninsl Said
Estate:
Von ar- hereby notified and requir-
ed i" present any claims and demands
which >"ti may have nttninsl the -s -
late of FI/JRENCE -M IIORTLE d.-
ased late of I lade i 'ounty, Florldn,
to the County Judges ..i Dnde County.
; and file the same in duttlicate and
provided In Section 73.1.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the Count;
I Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar mi i thi from the
time of thi I r-'-t publication hereof, or
the same u ill be barrt >l
Dati 'l al Miami, Florida, this lOili
da | i i Si pti ml" r, A 11 1969.
EDITH R MATTHEWS
As Ailminisiratrix
Flrsl publication of thit notice on
the 26th 'l;.\ < September, 1869.
[I ISBPH If Yor.vc,
Attornej for Batata ol
Florence M Bortle
47". Blltmore Way,
Coral Cabii s, Florida
9,26 10 3-10-17
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
11th JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY, FLORIDA.
No. 69-14813
CIVIL ACTION.
NOTICE OF ACTION
BRCCE D. I.KWIS. as Bxeculor
Of thi I .-.-a Will and Tl Ktnmi III
of d JANE S. KYBRS
WIIXI V.M c. SCHI.ECH1 \ .
I'l.- liffs,
H >SBPH M.Mil.ICA and
FRANCES MAUI.IC \
l.i 'CIS .I l.riMNACCI, ,
I i. :
\\\ partlt n cltiiin -'u Interi
;' rouuh. u'nder
Nell Si 111. In... tli
t i: Sehleel ly, decei sed.
Ri stilen in It \. n
YOl' \i:i; NOTIFIED ll ill tin m -
ti.-n to Recstalilish I n> nm.-i,t. vix:
One Ci promli ior> Not
Februttrj :*. r."-J. friven b> Jo-
- ph MhkII' a and France Ms
his wife In Nell Schlechty, In the
nm< u of >'.......' "". i-.-,.i lux
lilt, la -' a I ,-i\ p. : cent I i. .
able IBM..... per month,
has been filed against you and v.-u
are required t" serve a copy of your
written defenses, Ifnny, to it on Plain-
itttorni y, B I' ml llentt}. u l".~.
dress i- '.": Si > bold Ituild ng, Ml
. Florida "ti or befori i loner Mth
and frle the rulglnal unh the
Clerk of ihis Curt either before serv-
i.......: Plaintifrs atttirnej or Imme-
dial.'.;.- thereafter: ntherwlsi a d. fault
Atill h.- entered ngalnal you for the
relief demanded In ili-- Complaint.
WITNKSS m\ hand and the -. al of
I :- i :ourl 'ii S. ptembi r 5, 1969.
B. I! i.i:atiii:i:ma\'
As Clerk of the Court
B) c p ci ii'i-'.l AND
.\s 11, put v clerk
'I 12-19-26 I
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chaoter 30722 Aitt of 1941
File No 6.".A'b79
NOTICE IS IIBREBV IIIVBN Ihal
I'll AN B SERVIl 'K INC.,
Corpoi .: tVir.iv
Tax SjiIi fi. at, \... a u ,i
st dnj ol lime, \ 11
' III. .!
tax deed to be
Certificate em-
fi rllied property
i-i the t'ountj ul i ide, State of
ridn.
11. : \ .' of N\V S ..... : i:
i.-i. ii M Hi E I. I'S Hw> 1 tli N\V '
ITwj Pi N I. si. \V Ir \ I. ''I
Sl/I. td If IB. Sei-tii llhi|l
- ; i: --. Ri Be I, nntaining
. i i> or less I he i fount j '
'- i r i la.
Th>- mini of said pi
undi r the .- .ai i ite i I he
f: T'H KAN K MIRZAKA-
II \ NI
Cal. .-- ald .- rtlficate shall hi
deem -1 aei-ordlng lo law, the properl
hen ill ill in- sold to ihe
ln.-li. -i bidder for ash nt Ihe "out '
hiiusi the find M'-n.ia\ in the
month .a '. ii her, 1969, u Ii h ll
6th day of ( >, 1..1..1-. 1969.
Dat. .1 tins 2nd day of September,
1969.
K 1! I.EATHERMAN,
Clerk of Cln uii t 'ourt,
Had.- County. Florldn
Bj 1' F. Ol'l DSTRAND
1 "uty Clerk
fCIn uli Courl Seal)
_
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring t" engage
in business under the fictitious name
of TROPICAL i:.\l: al 7821 N.E, 2nd
\l nue, .\l mil, l-'l. 1 iila Intl mis In
-aid name u ith th. 1 'lerk
ihe Circuit conn ..1 Dade County,
-
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUFT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 78461-B
iv RE: Bstate of
K.MAX I "El, CM ISSER,
Ii.-.-, ...
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAK"E
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE i- hereby given thai I ha
filed m\ Final Report and Petition fl
iisnlt.uri Bxecutt ix of the estate of B.MANI i
il.i ISSER, 'I. ea ed, and that on tl
lTih day "f 11.11.1..1. I969, \\ ill app
to the Honorable County Judges
Dade County, Florida, for approval
said Final Report and for dlstrtbutli
and final discharge nn Executrix
Ihe tnte of ih. nbo> -named d -
ci tli in. Tins tih day : > ptembi
!".'.>.
DORA OI.OSSER,
Bxi cutrix
OEOROK 'HI ICBRT
M lorney
Suite H29, 1 'in- I.in.'.In Rd. Uldg,
Ml mil Bead Florida 3313U
Tl I No, 538-4212
9 12-19-26 In
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAIN PROBATE
No. 82338- B
IN RE: Estate ..1
.Ii ISBPH I 1 ISTRt >W,
D. ceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DI STR I BUTIO'
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby uii.-., ihal I ha
I filed mi Final Renorl ami Petition t
Final Discharge as Executrix of tl
estate of JOSEPH .1 OSTROW, d
ceased an.1 thai on the '-'h day
1 Ictoher, 1969, w ill applj t.. the Hoi
nralile County Judges of Dade Count
Florida, for approval of said l-'iitnl |{, -
port and for distribution and final dl
charge as Executrix of the estati
the above-named decedent Tins js
daj of August, 1969
S< IXYA I.' iMltAI'.l 'I.
\~ Bxecutt IX
JOSH REPHCN, Esquire
Allot ney '
137a w Hshington At ue
Miami Heai'h, Florida
a 1 :-!'-.'. 1" "
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBREIIY '1IVBN tl I
Ihe undersigned, duslring i. eng .
business under the fictitious name of
DAVI1' -I SBITI.IN, I' I' s nl 2700
S W 3rd Avenue, Miami. Florida, in-
1. :i.l- to r.LMsi.r sanl name with the
'i. rk of the "Ircull 1 'ourt of I >ade
C"Uni\. Flortda.
DAVID .' SBITI.lX, D.D.S., P A.
M m:\i.v II CM,I.MAN
* Ii rni s for
. .1 s. Itlln, D.D.S., P.A.
1 '"I |',| kell Vvel Ui
Miami. I'i-
.1 VCOH FISHER,
'It owner
KESSI.ER .>; BECKBRMAN
Attorm i s for Applii ant
193 II It more VVt
II......". Ida 33134
'' 3-12-
NOTICC OF APPLICATION
FOR TAX DEED
Chapter 20722 Acts of 1941
File No. 69A881
Ni iTICB IS HEREBY IIIVBN that
Al.l, STATES INVESTMENT Co,
holdi i- id CRj nl Mb mi I Ii n Sal.
its No 146 Issui d tin
I > .a" Ma} A I' 1967, 1 i 1
nt) office, ".I I- 1 1 tide 1.i-i n -
lion for a lax deed to bi 1- in 1 thi re-
s.ii.l 1 v. iii-,.. : .., v ih,.
following di -. 1 ;l"-.l pmpi 11 v in the
''ii' I) .1 Dnde, Stall ol Floi ida, to-
il it:
S .""' Lots 1 M- 2 Block I'll. Lawrence
Estate l.an.1 Co., Sub Plat Book 2
Pttge M in th.- c.-u.i v of Dnde,
State of Florida. This ......1 will
I., issued subject to all nthi r out -
slaltding County taxes and liens.
The assessment of said propert)
under the said certificate was ill the
name ol Old 1R1 !E 11 'NSTA N'T
I'n'.ss >anl certificate shall be re-
'1. m- 'I a< ..r.liii!; to law, the property
dt sci ihed herein ill be sold to the
higln -t l.i.hi. 1 for rat ll the "ourt -
housi door on the flrsl Monday In
the month of 11.iol.tr. 1969 which
is tin- 6th tla) of October, 1969
Dated tins 2nd da) of Si pti mber,
B I'. 1 ii 1 HERMAN,
'";,, ,l,| I \ ,|l
Dndi Cou i.i
B) : I' I' nri.l iSTRAND
Circuit C
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OFTHE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL
CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA IN AND
FOR DADE COUNTY.
IN CHANCERY
No. C9-1C266
SUIT TOR DIVORCE
IREN B \\ A I.SI I,
- ill.
\ s
FRANK \\ AI.SII,
I '. ii.l.int.
Tt FRANK WALSH
Inn ''
Toronto, 1 '.< nntln
Yt u FRA v K \\ AI.SII in Itcreh)
oiifii 1 lint 1 I till nl Compl
Divorce has bei'tt filed ngninsl you,
and i "ii nre required 10 servi .1 cop)
of your Answer 01 Pleading lo the
i'.ill of Complain I on Ihe I'liiintiff's
01 ey, s \ V! 1 i|(|i II KRAMER,
1 1 ai v \V I iih Street, Miami, Flot i'la
33136 ami file Ihe origiiiHl Answer or
Pleading 111 Ihe offlci .-f Ihe Cli rk ol
the Circuit Court on or before the
; Tt li day nl ctol r, 1969 It you fall
10 do so, Judgmci ; h) di fault "ill
be taken ngainal you for the relief de-
manded in the Hill of Complaint
Tills notice shall be published once
each week for four cm utlve weeks
11 THE JEWISH KM 'RID1AN
DONE \\|i ORDERED ll Miami.
Florida, this 13th day .1 Si pti njbi r
\ I 1969
B II LEATHERS! VN, Cli rk
Circuit Court Dnde Cnu.ity, Florida
By I RYAN
1'. put) 'li rk
n "ir. tut Court Real)
.- \ vi'i >RD II KRAJIER
... v u I4tl Street
Miami. Fli ride .
Att,.ni.\ for Plaintiff
, 1:.._,. in 3.111
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY.
CASE NO. C9-8218
NOTICE OF ACTION
DAVID N s rEINBERH and
il II \\ STEINBERti, his
I
vs
I A V
. OII.I.ARD .1
.1 Ai ill! STONE M '-;: 1 \\ BNt 1R< IW
.....I S R IVA N'WRH IHT and
BE'I J.\ : \\ AINWRU1HT,
1
Tl H It V MNWRIOHT
: ii Tt rrai e
Miami. Fli
.1
24hii N IV. 33th Tern
Miami. Florida
A V I. Tt 1
HETTY JAXi: \\ AINU ItlUHT
2633 N.W. "-.".th Terrace
.\iiami. Florida
or
_ 1- v \i :,.",iii Terrace
Miami. Florida
YOl \l:i: HEREBY M'TIFIE'
thai an Action t" Foreclose a Mori
gnge on the following real properl
located iii Dnde County, Florida:
1... 9, Thomson Park, according
lo tin- I'lat tli. r. of as record, d
in I'lat Book IT at page 19 "f the
en 1 c Ri ords of I lade County,
Florldn:
- has been I ed ngainsl you mid y.
n required in serve .....p) of you
writ 11 -. 1 any, to it o
IRS K MM.AN. PI iRTER I BVIN
SI iN .v KBNI v. II .- w Isl Sir.
r
20tl
file till Ih th
. 'ourt 1 >re set
1 tome) or
er: ..t!i'i" I di
nil! bi .i:i.'. .1 ngnii you '
l.-mai tl in the < mpl 11
\\ ITNI0SS my hand and
,(f : ; Ci-url oil S. |lti mber 1 I, II"'
1: II I.EATHERMAN
1 'i. i-1. nl -.ml mi '
B> M i: BONSTE1N
a- 1 >. pii'i 1 'lerk
(Cil n Cou Seal 1
9 19-21 in ".-l'1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice is hereby oiven th
ih. ,1 .1. di siring i" ngage 1
ui ihe ti. tit ious 1 note 1
Ri 'Si:vi'.i..\i T *.- ROEMER nl '
itldR W. Flagb r Sit .-t. Mi -
..in i'la.. mi.-mis to 1 egisti sal
name itli Ihe Cli rk of thi Clrctl
Courl of Dade County, Florida.
Dated nl Miami Florida, this 2n
.|.i\ of Sciitember, 1969.
ROSEN BI ATT & ROEMER
PRl IFKSSK i.NAI. ASSOC1 VTION
1 ST VNI K\ IP'SIONIU.ATT,
I'r.-si.l.-'il
Fill >M HBRtl, FRt M BERU
& l;. iTH P.A '
Bldg.
Miami, Flu !! 130
19-26 I" :!-1 o>
la 3
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
.. -. |c'K IS HEHBin HD i:v that
]. undersigned deslrlnM lo engage
; 1: || r ill. fi, I ; '
of ADA S FASHIONS al 111 N.l
Ave., Dept 102, Miami, Floi da Iti
tends to register said name will
Clerk of the Circuit Courl of Dade
County, Florida
ADA HERNANDEZ PRIETt I
/~t> In, S-10-17
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY U1VEN 1
Ihi undersigned, dei 1 ng;
:'. 1.11 11 I. 1 l!n ,1 Ious 1111
I'l.ACR at 107 N 1: "9th Str
Sitamif Florbln intend t<> regtater a
in- vcith Hie Clerk of the Clr
i'-iiii ol Dade County, Florida,
I'll KNK LEHXBI1 and
H.c.A 1 BHNBH
KESSI.ER & BECKER MAN
1 neya for Applicants
'' Biltmol Way
Miami. Florida :13134
: 19-86 10/3-1
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Jew isti fk>redUrr>
solicits your legal notice*.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service al legal
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iTeJe wish Flor idliain
[7^-rni. Florida Fridav, September 26, 1969
Section B
iraeii Jets Pound Egyptian Positions
TEL AVIV (JTA1 -Israeli Jets
;. artillery posi-
5 ani fortifications in the Suez
for an hour Tuesday,
mining incident which
i ten II soldiers. Ac-
h'ding to a military spokesman,
- :: re sci red on the tar-
.: thi Bitter Lake area near
i oil t of the canal, and all
lasts returned safely to base.
lailj a< i lal assaults
I west shore of the Gulf of
t/ are inten K ] ;.:;S from repairing the dam-
re <'nr:i to tn< ir fortifications and
bdar installations in Sept. 9 in
prai I's 10-hour amphibious raid.
::l- T< authoritative sources
PTC. which also spoke of "keeping
pi n" a corridor to Lgypfs in-
trior, the implication being that
i ground forces may again
rik" <: i into Egypt, should cir-
icumstances warrant such an at-
; tack.
An Isra li sj kesman hinted
that a new as=a !t might be in the
.)ffii g if Egyptian authorities con-
tinue to hold two downed Israeli
Incommunicad i. The < ilots,
who were shot down over Egyp-
tian territory recently, have not
been permitti d visits bv Red Cross
representatives as stipulated by
the Geneva Convention on prison-
is of war. I:ail has been unable
to secre en.- information on the
condition of the pilots, who were
reportedly injured when their air-
I craft was hit. A spokesman has
| hinted that Israel may take "cer-
tain actions" to compel Cairo to
release them or allow the Pad
I Cross representative to visit them
if Egypt's attitude persists.
'eople To People'
Project Announced
ly Moshe Gilboa
-to-people pro it ct de-
piii to i romote bett r undi r-
It :.'- of Israel among the peo-
^( rida has !.(< n announced
hi GilLoa, Israel Consul
". pn i* "Florida Visits Is-
b> will gel under way Nov. 2,
Ihei I first delegation of Flor-
ida:..- ;- fi r Is ai I. Each
\i\ la Ing five months
tgat'.on led I a \
r.alil will leave for a
,oi three -wet r. v isit. The |
Jem is be in1 y spons d by
. MTU nt, '-. A. ti
i Airlines.
iMwti with Isn itarii s
^jri.. ranged for the d<
wi k
tC .-. ;. which H :.. all >W :>
pej* at [srai li lif than is
: i | ossil le for visitors. No
: ;ai Iza u :.. affiliati m
... a c tiding to the spon-
sors of th proji ct, ar, tion is open to every Floridian
.vho has an interest in the State
of Israel and its Holy Plans.
Specific information on the
'Florida Visits Israel" program is
available at Israi Consulates and
Government Tourist Offices, the
offices of El AI Israel and Eastern
Ait lines, and at all Florida travel
agencies.
Libya Detains Jews As
'Precautionary Measure'
ROME fJTAl A number of
wealthy Jews in Tripoli have been
interned by Libyan authorities
since the r itioi winch unseat-
d Kii a Idris E t th n< wspai i i
La '" :< their deten-
a precaut ionary
: ... taker, t protect them
--.
Gi >rgl i Fai u n' ws; \
spondent ri]
new i......e is xious 1
prevent anti-Jewish in id nts, and
report ci that only one such inci-
,i: inj I : ilitary
coup. A Jewish youth who w -
attacked in i. public square
rescued by soldiers, he' said.
Amnesty International Will
Testify On Arab Treatment
London (JTA) Amnesty In-
ternational, 'i Private- organization
activi on be half of political prison-
ers, has gri i d to testify before a
soecial mmittee of the L'niteei
Nations :: an Rights Commis-
sion on the treatment of Arab
civilians in the Israel-occupied ter-
ritories. An investigation by the
organization reportedly found no
evidence of the mistreatment of
Arab prisoners in Israeli jails, but
Israel has refused to recognize Vie
United Nations committee or ad-
mit it to Israeli territory unless a
similar investigation is made of
the condition of Jews in Arab
countries. *!
Testimony from Arab or pro-
Arab witnesses has already been
heard by the U.N. body in four
I Arab capitals charging Israe 1 with
torturing prisoners and inhumane
j treatment of Arab civilians. Israel
has not replied to the charges, but
has pointed cut that the- occupied
territories are cpen to the press
and tourists who can determine
the validity of the Arab allega-
tion fe r th' mselvcs.
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Israel Counsul General Moshe Gilboa, left presents S. L.
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luncheon in Miami where Mr. Gilboa announced a Peop.e
to People program to encourage Floridians to visit Israel.
The project is sonsored jointly by the Israel Government,
Eastern Airlines, and El Al Israel Airlines.
Italian High Court Awards Child To Jewish Father
ROME i JTA iA Jewish father
legally separated from his Catholic
wife has leer, given custody of
the lr son by a ruling of the Italian
High Court, to be brought up as a
issumes the religion of the lather
ind must be raised accordingly,
rile- elecision. which amounts l a
reversal eif Jewish religious law,
which holds that a child's religious
Jew. In the first case of its kind Identity is determined by its moth-
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faiths is lega ly .- parated, a child Jewish wives.
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Auxiliary Of Jewish Home Sets Meeting
first open meeting of the
ill be helil by the
.>[ the Jewish Home for
1- Aged (Douglas Gardens) at
r Tuesday in the Rubyiat
H ui the Algiers Hotel.
ill bo
given by Mrs. Latittence Silvel*-
: sidi nt, ami proj-
, :i will report on their
l ss. Mrs. S"l Silverman, hon-
i .i iid nt. will outline
completion of the
and physical thi rapy fa-
, r the Home.
lek, vice mayoi oi
Mi ich, will present a
Certificates Go To
Cedars Employees
ht O dars i I lebanon Hos-
i -.:.. i mployi es were awarded cer-
t.: ites for completing a ci u -
i- n anagemi nt d< velopment this
s n ier stressing principles of
work simplification as taught in
th. Health Activities Management
am.
R :.:!.- 1'"., ; awards from ex-
tivi lice president S. K. Bron-
Bt< in nt a "Graduates Luncheon"
wen Barbara Ttieber, Lena Hol-
land, Mi Iva l 'Shea, Juanita Sut-
tor. R.N., Ada Mass. Capitola Do-
t-.....-. Carol Porcella and Leonard
V.'i :t.<:. in.
In four pr< \i<>us sessions, a total
Ci lars employees have com-
i thi course and received cer-
Ufi at Kiwanians Set Kiddies Day
X rth Miami Beach Kiwanis
1 I \v i!! hold it* annual "Kiddies
Day" Saturday with an outing for
youngsters on the fishing |
i \. v. port Mot l. which w.;>
t : ver to them for the day by
mot.] manner i'.iberl Metzdorf.
Harry Morganroth is chairman of
t vent.
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n at the piano Mrs. Louis Ma-
kovsky is program chairman.
Mrs. ium and Mrs.
Rose Roth are in charge oi i
\;itiuns.
Dr. Cirlin Returns
From Soviet Union
i has
ml stridi s in thi
philia," mid D
Sinai H ital.
i a tech-
: .-. that i '
. i .. I -.' the
'hi
i tin I
-
'n ca-
st 8i
used in Moscow's largi st h II I
one of the lai Id, is
blood drawn from cadavers.
-The treatmi r.t oi emerg< nc;
patients is also handli d differently
in Russia." he declared. 'The Rus-
sians have an emergi ncj hos| ital
where patients arc treated no mat-
ter what the dia ase, as long a- it
is an emergency."
Dr. Cirlin and his wife. Emily
h. ve just return d from attending
the convention of the Congress <>:
the International Society of Blood
Transfusion. He was the only Mi-
ami Beach doetor in a group of
130 from every state in the union
which visit) I Bud ., st, Kii v. Len-
ingrad. Moscow, Helsinki and
Frankfurt.
Anniversary Ball At
Temple Judea
Temple Judi a's annual anniver-
sary ball w : Id Sat m day. be-
ginning at 6:30 p.m.. Victor Reitcr,
\ice pnsident of the temple, has
announce d.
A reception hour will be fol-
lowed by et, professional
entertainment and dancing to the
music of a society orchestra as the
c ingregatii n celel rates the begin-
ning of its fourth year in the new
sanctuary and school buildings lo-
cated at 35uO Granada Blvd.. Coral
Gables.
Israelite Center Sets
Meeting and Luncheon
The Si-' rhi od of the Israelite
C. nter will hold ts first n
o! the new year at S p.m. Tuesday
in the social hall of the t> mple.
The Women's I. ague of the Unit-
ed Synagogue of America program
Heed The Sound of The Sh >1 r"
will be presented by members of
the Sisti
The group's -' n is to
be In Id VV. I (ct. 22. The
ticket chairnrt-n for this ovnt are
Mrs. David Schwartz aid Mrs.
L is S Mrs Sol -.
g i- Sisterho d | esidi nt.
Friday, September 2-. igg*
i
the Knights cf Py;hias made c
to the Hebre-.v Home for the Aged of Miami
Beach. The meney will serve to purchase
medical equipment. Shown (from Mt) are
ADL Will Honor Leonard L. Abess
Leonard L. Ah SS, chairman of
the boards of the City National
Bank of Miami and City Nationa
Bank of Miami Beach, will be the
curst of honor at a I stimonia
dinner to be held by the Miami
Chapter of the Anti-Defamation
le'S Society of Fellows on
day, Oct. is. at the Eden Roc
Hoi I. T ty's chairman.
.. J. Taliai 'he an-
nounc
A nation" :!' ass iation
community It d. rs who
i.i tin- devi ADL j
and progran i unote
them locally and ly, 'he
Societ; I F ters in
ni ai ly i very urbai iter and is
partici] i ii
paign to support
unity n lati and inter-
group research and
ducted by the Anti-Defamation
League of B'nai B'rith, its |
organization. (ro the oldest and
ions ncies
in the country, ADL. i
1913, is a leadership
America:? Jews.
An honorary vice chairman of
ADLV I -lea and a
n genl of ':.' s icty VIr Abess
was fo AltC-
mus ntii firm,
and i< a din (,-j,v \-:i.
lional Bail; of C Gal l< s, Ryd< r
> sti ms, Inc., i :'' Indus-
tries, Inc. He a former vice
sidenl ol th< Miami B
f Con : i1 -' ch dr-
loard ol
infancy, fo mi r president of
[he Floi Ida Ii sti! ,f o rtified
Public Aci >mbcr
A native ol I r-nce, R.I.. he
,i \ ork Univer-
sity as a ceitifi ic account-
ant in 1925 tic as
.:. in i from
1925 to 1954.
Mr. Abess.a I -'
. sitj ni, Florida Me-
I Coll : the I'nit '.
s I cipii nt oi
> aw on
Chiisl i -
He is a past ;.-
Fount
ty's
.-.. I "hi st.
"It ix iiniiK'.ir\ to thI
monuments to the pious; their
Town Meeting at School
lie relations i xecuti
.art/ will i- the gu
i i wn mi i tit ii
[da M. Fisher C
:1 ia the Ida M. Fi
. im at 7:3i T
I recei ,
I.-rael at the gathi i ng,
Now,
prune
ikers*
are becoming
prune
lovers...
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3
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EDITOR, Tin Jewish Floridian:
1U
It's .;.:..: I
Milton Friedmi I mn i Con-
fronting Libera f Ami rica Fri-
tey, Sept. 191 to assi ss
jsing i alitii i his
: i issui mi I
Its ivn mi rits n lab s oi j
: thi real iss -
HANK ROTH,
Rohbiiisvillf, N.C.
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yet so
IT STICKS TO THE
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If you're one of those ordinary
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tlavor-tastiest prunes ):u^er
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Friday, September 26. 1969
fjenisl' Meridian
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T.-.s South Dcde Branch of the Hebrew Academy of Great-
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southwest and Coral Gables areas the opportunity for in-
tensive all-day Hebrew education with first and second
grcries. Shown discussing the educational program are
(seated, from left) Rabbi Ralph Glixmcn, chairman of the
adrr.ir.istrctive committee of the branch; Rcbbi Alexander
5. Gross, principal of the Hebrew Academy; and (standing
-e Gilman, Mrs. Sara Pulver and Dror Zadok, men-
l: s cf the teaching staff.
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NCJW Divisions Set
Opening Meetings
The National Council of Jewish
Women, Greater Miami Section,
will hold first meetings ol the new
season on Wednesday, Oct. 1.
Bay Division will meet at 11:30
in the Surfside Community Center
for brunch and a "Panel ol Ameri-
can Worm n" program.
Jewish Youth To Stage Giant Rally
A luncheon ami fashion show is
scheduled by < .r,ii Divison at the
YM-YWHA ol Greater Miami at
noon.
*
'The Pros and Cons of Re-
districting" will he discussed by
the Indian-Islands Division at a
rv.on SI on in the Alad-
din Room of tin Algi rs Hotel.
Entertainmi nl will be by Fi
Hirschboph, ac< rdionist.
A noon bruncheon will be held
by Lincoln Division in the Algiers
Hotel. Mrs. Morris Futernick will
sixak on Councils' Involvement,
and Howard Hollander, vocalist,
and pianist Mrs. B. Krasnow will
( ntertain.
An original show will be pre-
sented by ihe Shores Division at
their 11:30 a.m. luncheon in the
Great Hall of the Sheraton Beach
Hotel.
South Dade Division has sched-
uled a 9:30 a.m. lunch at Kings
Bay Country Club and a "Council
Goes Hollywood" program.
A giant youth rally will be spon-
sor! by the J< wish Youth Council
and the American Students foi
Israel al 8:15 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 5,
In the Miami Beach Auditorium.
The purpose of the rally on the
i ol Simchat Torah, the holiday
which marks' the conclusion and
the eginningol the nailing of the
Torah, is to give the Jewish youth
il Miami an opportunity to Iden-
tify and unite with the religiously
oppressed Jewish youth of the So-
del Union. It is also intended to
conveys message from the Jewish
youth of America to the people of
Israel thai they identify with them
and care enough to help In every
way possible,
Il has i" en the custom .,[ the
Jewish people to celebrate Si
Torah by joyfully carryin
through the synagogue and
singing songs ol thanks for it.
All J. wish youth in the Miami
ai i a an urged to attend. Inter-
est d young persons should call
Michael Katz at the YM-YWHA of
i in ater Miami.
There is mi capital punishment
in Israel and, consequently,cap-
tured terrorists are not put to
death. In fact, prison Sentences
are often lighter than would !,
expected.
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Friday, September 1: iop
LV/icit s (rooltincj
By RUTH SIRKIS
Succol Is a happy holiday in the Jewish calendar the time
of completing the harvest and thanking God in a .joyous manner.
The people of Israel wont on a pilgrimage to Jerusalem, bringing
gifts of their crops to the Temple. Since the holiday also com-
memorates our journey from Egypt and slavery to the Promised
Land, we build booths (Succah means booth in Hebrew) and sit
in them for seven days. The Succah is decorated with fruits,
vegetables, flowers and hangings.
In Succot. the main attraction is the merry spirit and the
Succah itself. The meals are served in surroundings different
from the everyday, and this in itself makes things taste better.
It is fun to eat a warm dish in a Succah on a cool evening. Here
we have a recipe for a rice kugel made with raisins and nuts. It
is parve, so you can serve it at the end of any meal. Bake it in
a glass dish, so the beauty of the golden-brown kugel will be
visible.
A HOT BICE KL'GEL FOB THE SI IX .VII
1 cup rice
2 cup- water
1 tablespoons oil
'_ teaspoon salt
,". <,"_ s
'_ cup parve margarine
1 cup raisins
'j cup almonds or walnuts
1 cup sugar
1 lemon
Warm the oil in a saucepan, add uncooked rice. Stir for
three minutes before adding the water and salt. Bring to a boil,
cover and cook on very low heal about 23 minutes, until all the
water is absorbed. Mix rice, sugar, nuts, raisins, grated lemon
rind and hall the margarine together in a mixing bowl; add the
beaten eggs and mix well. Put in oven-proof baking dish which
has been thoroughly greased with margarine, riot the top with
remaining margarine and bake one hour at .550 degrees. Serve
warm.
Sam Gyson Files For Council Post
In a recent press conference.
Sam Gyson, veteran news reporter
and commentator, announced his
candidacy for the .Miami Beach
City Council post now held by
Joseph Malik.
Mr. Gyson, promising to avoid
personal attack in his campaign.
dec-Ian d. 'This may be the first
lime the City of Miami Beach has
ever met bread-and-butter issues
instead ol the nonsense serving of
the interests ol power groups thai
have so long dominated the city's
government."
Mr. Gyson takes the position
that the sales tax on local citizens
should be rescinded immediately,
and the Tourist Development Au-
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vated and given a bigger stun,' ol
the remaining tourist tax dollar.
"In rent control, interest on ten-
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I housing and the end to fire traps
under temporary certificates of oc-
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ance, equitably, human rights with
property rights. Thai's what it's
Tl about this yi ar. Miami Beach
is the greatest dollar-foi -dollar
tourist buy in the world. We need
to capitalize on that fact in our
government and private business
efforts," Mr. Gyson said.
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L the
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lAJorlJ Mizrachi Women's 44th Convention
"Jewish Flaridian
Friday. Septsmber-26, 1969
Paqe 5-E
Mrs- Kaufman Is
Presentation Day
Keynote Speaker
K te sp aker at the annual
I luncheon of the
\. Division of the Great i
MRS I i:\Mv KAUFMAN
location at noon
Tucsila in .' >' au\ illc Hotel
w in b -'.] ink A. Kai rman,
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ICO Post menopausal (natural or
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cat e.
The Worm i 's i\ ision will host
more than 5 3 women repn sent-
inj? 80 oi gai i ations at the Pn si n-
tation Day lam:., on. which will
honor the preside] ts of all Jewish
.'.inn n's organizations in Dade
County.
Information and reservations arc
at Ihe Federation's I 17 Biscayne
Blvd. office.
Luncheon Seminar
At Temple Judea
"Your Own Thin- aril! How To
Do It" is the title <>i the opening
mi i ting .11 Temple Judea's Sister-
hood, to bo hi Id at 11 a.m. on
'- dnesda;. Oct. 15.
Afi r luncheon is served a panel
modi rati d bj l >r. t 'ah in Leonard
i the Hui tan R ti ms Depart-
ment ni the L'nivi n ity ol Miami
v ill discuss th use ol Ii isure time
i s. minai si id> i>l the activiti s
ni omi n i.i our i ull uri Pani lists
\' ill include Mrs. Morton Pi rry of
the Dcpai tmoni I 'ont inuin Ed-
ucat ion of the University of Miami;
Mrs. All* 11 Bai I ieri, Edison-Littl
River area director, Economic Op-
portunity Program, Inc.. and Jeff
Rosinek, principal of Temple Ju-
di as religious school who teachi s
government at dual Cables Senior
High School.
The committee for this meeting
is headed by Mrs. William Pinsley.
Mrs. Mike Baskin and Mrs. George
Baum.
Mrs. Simon April Speaker
Mis. Simon April was to give a
report on her recent trip to Israel
at the regular meetings of the
Sisterhood ol Tempi.' Beth Tov
Thursday at 8 p.m. in the temple.
Mizrachi Women from through-
jut the nation will gather Oct. 12
in Chicago for the opening of the
niz iii m's inroe-day national
onvi ritiou, Mrs/ Alfred Stone, i
Floi Ida > 'ouncil coordinator, has
announc
1) Ii :.. i >>. ill be e how n a i llm
,i i
which fi sid< mi Lyndon is.
b unal le to ci >mc
to Chicago foi th pi I ion,
receive* ati m's
E ii ndship Awai d.
will pay trib-
Shore Unit Schedules
First Meeting of Season
The [il .. nl I hi
L'nil of the Papa i ( "anc >r
Ri scan h Instil uti \\ ill n Id in
the Holidav Inn, Collins Avenue
ind 22nd Street, Miami Beach, a1
noon Monday, with its president,
i Mrs. Louis Baron, presiding.
The aim of the organization,
which has also scheduled a mem-
bership luncheon at The Corin-
thian Oct. 15, is to thoroughly
acquaint everyone in the ana
with methods used for the detec-
tion of canci r.
Ol the 488,000 tourists visiting
Israel during li(>x. 145,000 were
from Ihe ['nited States. Average
slay for the I'.S. tourist was II
day*; average amount spent, ex-
elusive ol plane fare, was only
about $200.
ute to the Barom ss \li\ de Roths-
World Patroness ol Y.
Aliyah. at a Silvi i lallion din-
m r during thi i onvei tion, The
Barom ss is flying to the Uniti d
States from France for the occa-
sion.
Mi/i achi \\ om n, v\ ii h chapters
and ci i ielp to
irk of
.- \ .
school Itlem I ho and
community cenl rs in i w i / pai t
.a Isru I, ser
n, > ouni a I adull
m 'wcomi rs to Isra
On the American seen
Women i xpn ss their comn iti nt
to th iii' leal Idi -1is of sin
tice in many ways. The oi
ii in has served rn a non-go\ I -
mental obsei ver at the l.x i
active momLjej^oJ^iliorii ai
(Council and the ("onfi i ence (
mitti i ni National Ji wish W
a
ner in Pn
5 W i I I
ivil i ights. i ts n ore than I
nbers are organizi d into
",."iii chapters in i \ ery part I
: I States
'Will Occ, o
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of
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Friday, September 28,
Willa Sue Susskind, David Alan Harris {W
United In Marriage At Beth Sholom
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MBS. DAVID ALAN HARRIS
Rabbi Loon Kroiiish officiated at
the Temple Beth Sholom cere-
monies Friday afternoon. Sept. 19.
uniting Willa Sue Susskind and
David Alan Harris in marriage.
A graduate of Miami Beach
Senior High School and the Uni-
versity o! Miami, the bride is the
daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Carl
Susskind. 4501 Nautilus Dr.. Miami
Beach. Her husband, the son of
Mr, and Mrs. Martin Harris ol
New York, graduated from Tafi
High School and City College ol
New York.
A short gown of white Duploni
silk with white lace appliques on
the fitted bodice and long sleeves
war the bride's choice for her wed-
ding. Her short veil was attached
io a crescent-shaped band of bead-
ed white lace, and she was attend-
ed by Bonnie Rubenstein. who
served as maid of honor. Harold
Kurtz served as best man.
Jan Marjorie Greenfield Becomes
Mrs. John S. Bennett In Sept. 6 RitPS
MRS. JOHN S. BENNETT
Jennie Graham Weds Richard Phillips
Jennie Steadman Graham be-
came the bride of Richard Harri-
son Phillips Saturday. Sept. 20. in
a double-ring ceremony in the
home of the bride's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Alexander DeWitt Gra-
ham, Columbia. S.C.
A graduate of Marjorie Webster,
the bride teaches kindergarten in
Columbia. Her husband, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. William Phillips of
2525 SW 15th St.. is a graduate of
the University of Miami and ex-
pects to resume his study for a
law degree upon completion of his
tour of duty with the U S. Army.
Alter a wedding trip to Nassau,
the couple will make their home
in Columbia, while the bridegroom
is attached to the Army base at
Ft. Jackson. S.C.
Lincoln Unit Gala Night
Lincoln Chapter, B'nai B'rith. is
sponsoring a "gala night" at the
Saxony Hotel Sunday, Oct 12. be-
ginning at 9 p.m. Lee Selznick and
Yvette Golman are in charge of
reservations.
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Karen's Engaged.
Wenigs Announce
The engagement of Karen S.
Wenig to Howard Gross has been
announced by her parents. Mr. and
Sol Wenig of Miami Beach.
The bride-elect is a graduate of
Miami Beach Senior High School
and Miami-Dade Junior College.
Her fiance, a practicing attorney
in Miami Beach, graduated from
Miami Beach Senior High School
and the University of Miami School
oi Law. He is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. David Gross of Miami Beach.
Jan Marjorie Greenfield became
the bride of John Sigmund Bennett
in a Saturday. Sept. 6. ceremony
hel.l in the chapel of Temple Israel
ol Greater Miami with Rabbi Jo-
seph R. Narot officiating.
The daughter of Dr. and Mrs.
Maurice M. Greenfield, 5000 Gra-
nada Blvd., Cora! Gables, ami a
graduate of Coral Gables Senior
High School, the I ride is in her
junior year at the University of
Denver, when' her husband, the
son of Mr. and Mrs, Hoy F. Ben-
nett and grandson of Mrs. Moise
Levy and the late Dr. Levy ol
Houston. Tex., is a senior.
The bride selected a gown of
white satin and Alencon lace with
a cathedral length vi il. and floor-
rigth lavender crepe gowns with
bodices ol purpl velvi I for her at-
tendants. Her sister. Amy Beth
Greenfield, served as her maid of
hon-r; her sister-ir-la\. mn
Drew Samuel Greenfield, was rn*.
tron of honor. Bridesmaids were"
Audrey Frank. Leslie Marcus
Mis. Santo -Raffa, the
sister.

Thomas Talbot. Jr.,
best man; the groom-
Diik B niv It and Roj
the bride's brother, Drew -
Greenfield, and Tony Gr
groomsmen. Ushers lr.< lu ::
Savitz, Arthur Litowitz an
Litowitz; th- guests
by Susan Litowitz and I
After a reception :- 5.
the temple, the i ouple
honeymoon in the Virgin I
,ift r which they wil
m Denver, Colo., where th ; ,*.
continue tin ir education.
Adath Yeshurun Opens
Season With New Slate
The first Sisterhood meeting of
the season was to be held at
Temple Adath Yeshurun Wednes-
day, when plans for the coming
year were to be announced.
Officers who will serve for the
year 1969-70 include Mrs. Murray
Skup. president; Mrs. Martin Pol-
!ak. Mrs. Harry Goldkin, Mrs. Bea-
trice B. Bimberg and Mrs. Eli
Pollak. vice presidents; Mrs. Hy-
man Kletzel. treasurer; Mrs.
Exhibits Scillptlire Herbert Chernov and Mrs F.rwin
* Berman. secretaries, and Mrs. Ira
A wrought-iron sculpture bv .
Samy Levy, a young Israeli, is cur-1 Levin, parliamentarian.
Cov.
Burdine's Art Cove
JWV Ladies Working
On Community Project
The next meeting of the Ladies
Auxiliary No. 681 of the Jewish
War Veterans will be held in the
Park Lane Cafeteria at 9:30 a.m.
Sunday, Oct. 6.
The auxiliary is sewing and stuf-
fing teddy bears to be distributed
to Variety Childrens Hospital, the
, pediatric division of Jackson Me-
' mortal Hospital and the Sunland
; Training Center as a community
project. Lil Newman has an-
nounced.
N. Dade 0RT Luncheon
Cards and man .jongg were to
follow the Thursday noon luncheon
\ oi the North Dade Chapter of
Women's American ORT in the
Stage Coach Inn Restaurant. 4520
W Hallandale Blvd..
QUOTABLE QI'OTKS
"When a person begs for food
and clothing;, there must be no
iin.'-iit; .!ion ol his npd, for we
arr told: 'When thou se-t the
naked cover h'in.' "Talmud
Carolyn Spaet IVow
Mrs. Raphael Shop
Rabbi Morris A. Skop offi iated
at the wedding ceremony in his
study at Temple Shalom. Pompano
': Beach, uniting Carol -n Spai I v I
; his son. Raphael, in marriage on
Tuesday. Sept. 23. The bnt
daughter of Mrs. Harold Bem-
hardt Spaet and the late Judge
Spaet.
The ncwlyweds wdl mak De-
troit, Mich., their horn e.
i
Congregation Etz-Chaim
Reaches Israel Fund Goal
p.ihbi A. Ben-Hilel, spiritual
leader of Miami Beach's Conirre-
! gati-n Ktz-Chaim. has ann
a contribution of $1,000 foi
1969 Combined Jewish A. i
Israel Emergency Fund campaign
ol the Greater Miami Jewish F , eration.
He credited Morris Brafman a"d
! David P'.utncr. board mem1' -
; the congregation, with attaining
! the goal that was set for I
n^ation.
3*
1 rentlv on displav in the Art Cove
' of Burdine's Dadeland store, where
it will be exhibited through Mon-
I daw
Samy. who received his school-
Ing and began his career in weld-
ing in Israel, had for a long time
h, n interested in the creative
I arts. His knowledge of welding led
Zelda Glass To Meet
With JWV Ladies
Zelda Glass, president of the La-
dies Auxiliary. Jewish War Vet-
erans Department of Florida, and
her staff will pay an official visit
5*
his experiments with wrought- to the Ladies Avxiliary of West
to
iron sculpture and the perfection
of his craft reflects a deep matur-
ity in his original designs.
He and his wife, a Miami girl
whom he met while she was serv-
' ing in the Israeli equivalent of the
| Peace Corps as a teacher, plan to
i make Miami their permanent res-
! idence.
Miami Post 223, JWV. at 8:15 p.m.
Thursday. Oct. 2. in the meeting
hall of Temple Ahavat Sholom.
985 SW 67th Ave.
Mrs. Gladys Ingar will host the
meeting in honor of her wedding
anniversary.
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Friday. September 2S, 1969
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Discussions Held By
Educational Directors
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aces
Discussions were being held by
educational directors this week, on
a number of policy issues, Leonard
i. president of the Bureau oi
Jewish Education, announced.
rhe standard calendar for the
, ing school year, participation
i the community wide Simchat
j i Youth Rally, and in the i k-
l lental national t sting pro-
, thi National Curriculum
i ite ol the American Associa-
t: for Jewish Education were
th.- topics of discussion at the
Schools were urged to request
11 as-yet unlicensed teachers to
egister for courses necessary to
ibtain their license, both in the
veekend and Hebrew department
>! the College of Jewish Studies
.vhen registration begins Oct. 21.
Recent nationwide criticism of
Jewish education was c insi leri d
and some constructive suggestions
i] pi aring in recent Jewish i luca-
tional periodicals were out!;:. 1.
On Thursday, Oct. 2, school di-
rectors of Reform temples will
meeting of afternoon school direc- meet with the Bureau at Temple
tors in the Bureau offices Wednes- ; Judca to discuss experimental ap-
day. as well as greater participa- preaches to weekend curricula. A
tion in the College <_f Jewish Stud- representative study of programs.
instructors, and their administra-
tive problems, recently surveyed
ies s;>onsonil by the Bureau for
College student0, adults and teach-
ers. Directors agreed to urge con-
firmands and post-confirmands in
the schools to register in the Bu-
reau's training courses for week-
end teachers, held at Beth Torah
Congregation and at U-Ms Hillel
House.
I'nder the guidane<> of thr
Ministry Of Agriculture, Arab
tamers in th*- West Bunk area
:rv being taught whir"i varieties
of their crops will sWl best in
European markets.
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for discussion and evaluation.
The Bureau meets every month
to evaluate present programs and
present new approaches towards
greater relevance in Jewish educa-
tion throughout the community.
Dr. Louis Schwartzman. executive
director of the Bureau, directs the
agenda of these meetings.
Burnet Roth To Speak
At Memorial Tribute
Principal speaker at the Dorothy
Krieger Fink Memorial Tribute to
be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday in the
Rubyiat Room of the Algiers Hotel
will be civic and community leader
Burnett Roth, a former vice mayor
of Miami Beach. Cantor Zvi Adler
of Temple Fmanu-El will chant
the liturgies.
Active in many organizations in
Miami and Miami Beach. Mr. Roth
has for many years been a leader
in the Anti-Defamation League of
B'nai B'rith. and an organizer of
the Cerebral Palsy drives.
NEXT SUNDAY IS THE DAY
In a few more days Ursula Wienholtz and
Senator Kenneth Myers will be married. It has
been most exciting. Ursula's mother, Mrs. Luiga
Wienholtz arrived from Karlsruhe, Germany and
Kens mother and dad. Martha and Stanley
Myers cut short their summer home residence
in Hendersonvile, N.C. to be in Miami for al!
of the excitement. Myrna, Mrs. Robert Shevin
gave a bridal shower for Ursula at the Sor:
Hotel. It was just for the legislators wives to
welcome Ursula into the fold. They were all de-
lighted with her and think that they will now
see more of Ken (socially). Since blue is Urs I
favorite color the presents were placed under a
blue and white paiasol. The table was in
and white with tea roses. Little shower bonti ts
as favors marked the places at the large luncheon
table. They played one of those cute wedding
games and Harriet (Mrs. Marshall i Harris won.
Seems to me that I remember that she was a
Phi Beta Kappa at college. Among th" guests
were Mrs. Murray Dubbin. Miss Ellen Moor.-.
Sen. Robert Pettigrew. Mrs. Richard Stone, Mrs.
Lew Whitworth. Mrs. Arthur Gilbert (Kenny's
sister and mother) Mrs. Stanley Myers. Ursula's
mother had taken a quick trip to see her sister.
BABIES. MOKE OF THEM
Edwin and Rita Ginsburg followed a family
pattern when their third child. Donald Alien,


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Next day was another luncheon. This one
was given at Westview Country Club by th?
Shabas Shpeelers. There are six of them who
have played cards together for years. They are
Mrs. Aaron Kanner, Mrs. Leon Kaplan. Mrs.
Sidney Lefcourt, Mrs. Nat Potamkin and Mrs.
Elaine Shafton. Martha (Mrs. Stanley) Myers is
also a member but at this party she was just a
guest because she was the mother to be of the
honoree. All yellow and white and silver with
loads of wedding bells and lovely flowers made
this small intimate party charming. Many were
toasts made with bubbly champagne. Among the
guests were Grandma. Mrs. Cecil Myers. Miss
Ellen Moore. Mrs. Arthur Gilbert. Mrs. Hortense
Blum and Mrs. Hilliard Clein.
FROM NEW YORK
Alice and Irv Begun took time off to write
that they had just soon a terrific show at Radio
City and that the weather was grand and cool.
IMPORTANT NOTICE 111
SELECT COIFFURES
OWNED A OPERATED BY
HACHAEL, FORMERLY OF CATHY'S,
WILL BE OPEN ON MONDAYS
FOR THE WINTER SEASON
BEGINNING IN OCTOBER.
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AWAY SHE WENT
Red haired Helen Shevach is off to Orlanlo
to "ship knackes" attending meetings on "The
Legal Aspects of Public Health." Her official
title here in Miami is PHN meaning Hospital
Nurse Epidemiology Coordinator. First she went
to Gainesville to greet her second grandson.
William Randall. His father is Dr. Allen B.
Shevach. his mother is Liz and his brother is
Allen Brooks, Jr. Allen greets his daddy when
he comes home from work (O.B. resident at the
Medical Center i with "Did you deliver any more
Billy's today? To him all babies are Billys and
he won't say babies.
joined the family, making a boy and two girl*.
Rita's parents. Leon and Dotty Kaplan, had two
girls and a boy. and her sister, Linda (Mrs.
Richard) Brickm:in also has two girls and boy.
Or. th>' other sir!.' of the familj r,
Barbara, the wife of Rabbi Jack Rosoff in S -v
... also has two girls and a boy. Edwin called
her. and his parents, Ruth and Ben Zion Gins-
at '_' a.m. to tell them th-' exciting news.
His sister's reaction was thai he could call in
tii" middle of any night with news lik i il but
the grandparents had a long wait before they
ould go to visit the n.nv arrival and his mama
in the hospital.
When Me! and Marcia Hecht brought baby
I rother homo to Pamela, she thought he w is
adorable. Grandmother Mrs. Paul Sobel had al-
ready admired his dark hair and the cleft in his
chin through the window at the hospital, and
pronounced him handsomo-though-wrinklod. The
paternal grandparents are Rev. and Mrs. Samuel
Hecht.
SURPRISE! SURPRISE!
Sue Guthmann. whose husband. Eddie, man-
ages Bache & Co.'s Hallandale office, invited
Barbara (Mrs. Marvin' Haven to inspect his new
office with her. and offered to treat her to lunch
at tht> Diplomat Country Club in honor of her
birthday, which is sort of a very minor mile-
stone, i Thirty-five years more and Barbara can
celebrate her 70th! i When they got to the Diplo-
mat. Barbara was so surprised to find all her
friends gathered there that the tears actually
flowed. This brought tears to the eyes of her
mother, Mrs. Jack Schwartz, and her aunts, Mrs.
Sherman Kaplan and Mrs. Donald Kaplan as well.
Everybody had brought presents and after first
drinking toasts to the birthday girl, they had a
ball watching her open them before the birthday
cake was brought in. Among the guests were
Mrs. Daniel Franco. Mrs. Ben Fisher. Mrs. How-
ard Katzen. Mrs. Ruth Guthmann. Mrs. David
Kramer. Mrs. Malcolm Fromberg. Mrs. Fred
Perlman, Mrs. Jack Furman, Mrs. Donald Lev-
ens >n. Mrs. Donald Barmack and Mrs. Pete Ru-
belman.
WHAT MOUNTAIN?
Dorothy Stone just got a card f m her
daughter Doris and her husband Ch irli I iraham.
They had been in Denmark. Norway an i Swed-
en. This card came from Frankfort, Germany.
It said. "You will have to see the pictures we
took or you will never believe thai wi really
went up this mountain in a cable car." But what
mountain?
Frances Lehno*

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Friday, September 26, 1969
n r- r. TL .strict manager, Mr. McGlohon >H
Manager Named By Fla. State Theatres .^
ecil McGlohon has been named
Florida State Theatres to fill
1 v position <>l district manager of
1 Southeastern Division, Harvey
( irland. resident ol the stat< 's
atre circuit, has an-
inced.
. the pas)
Op-
a not In r subsi j of
Ai lean Co.
ih, Ga., In1
an s career in 19I I as an
. v. I e still attending h
Melava Malke
Huge Success
Rabbi !' ri I Wi In, sniritual lead-
i of I rh Isr u l Congri gation,
s thi k< ynoto speaker at the
i nual Melava Malk" h-n hv ''"
i oil i Torah Day School in the
( .i ji.i i. Hot< i Saturday night.
} told the audience ol some 300
rsons. 'The stress of Torah edu-
i iion is to assure the posterity
i Judaism."
Rabbi Sholom D. Lipskar, the
S-. tool's n w principal, was Intro-
r ced at the gathi ring, and the
y esidi. ol the school, Mcnashe
} 'sell, thanked the guests in be-
I i ol the institution for their
]< al support.
\ ni v. presidium for the Oholei
'j rah Ladies Auxiliary was an-
inci :. The official installation
the three, Mrs. Pearl Kolko,
i ail n ai Mrs. Gimple I Irimland
d Mi Mi nashc Hirsch, is to
i ce place at a membership tea
i. 28 in the home ol Rabl i
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low i Action "ommitl <. hi -
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Kiwanis Club, an I set vi d as chair-
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oi Alabama, he is a member of the
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Friday. September 26. 1969
fJenteti ITkrSdiian
Paqe 9 3
B^Md^acUt
YM-YWHA Holiday Calendar, Events
FRANCINE FAITH SACHS
The Bal Mitzvah of Francine
Faith, daughter of Mrs. Brenda
Sachs, 6290 SW 62nd PI., and the
late s i ii n c v
Sachs
bratecl
Sept.
Both
he celO-
Sundaj.
28, mi
Da vid
francine Sachs
('onpreijation.
A student :ii
Beth David's
Religious School
for 111;' past six
years, Francine
attends South
(Miami High
School.
ahe is
nil] contiDue her Jewish education
there.
The ci lebrant will be honored
I by her parents at an Oncu Shabbat
'in their home following the eve-
ning services.
DAVID MITTS
David, the son of .Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Milts. 97(H) SW 19th St..
will become liar Mitzvah Saturday
morning, Sept. -". at Temple Or
Olom.
eighth grade.
at a reception which will be held
:! the Seville Hotel.
An eighth grade student at
Rockwa.V Junior High School, Da-
vid is a member of Boy Scout
where Troop 2~J and played baseball last
in tin' .war with tin Khoury Leauue and
football on the Wcstchoster Opti-
mist team.
QABV LIGHT
Gary, tile son ot Dr. and Mrs.
Richard Light of North Miami
each, will observe his Bar Mitz-
ih at Beth Torah Congregation
Saturday mornincr. Sept. 27.
A student at John F. Kennedy
Junior High School, where he is in
i te eighth grade. Gary has been
Attending the Harold Wolk Relig-
- School at Beth Torah for
several years and will continue
with his Hebrew education.
Following the services Saturday,
a Kiddush in Gary's honor will in
-. "I by his parents, and a re-
i' ; lion will be held Saturday eve-
ii in tin' Diplomat Country
Club,
SHARON WEINREB
Shan.n. Ilie daughter ol Mr. and
Mrs. Roborl W inreb ol North Mi-
. mi Bpaeh, will observe her Bat
Mit/vah Friday evening, Sept. 26,
Btth Torah Congregation,
n, a student at John F.
Kennedy Junior High School, will
continued her Jewish education at
David's parents will host the
One;; Shabbat following the Fri-
day night services as well as the
Kiddush on Saturday in his honor.
fallowed by a luncheon.
Among the honored guests will
Ix Caric Edward Mitts of ocean
Lake. (in.'., the celebrant's grand-
father; Mr. and Mrs. Mclvin Mitts.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Milts, Mr.
and Mis Sidney Resnick and Mrs.
Holbroke Resnick of Cemby, Ore.:
and Mrs. Mitts' brother. Abraham
Klmali h, and his wile and family.
from Morocco.
All ioi 190 / AI*isI(j'j
... I : ne of them
i' i I : ..... {01 :. .
> :,. 1953 and was its fir*i
tcnatoi from 195 mil Unitary 1969
A ig/i !:, lud announced his ,!.
, ] I) s
lu1 Ij .' bid to tc'ltl
Beth rorah's
p is Si hool,
Harold Wolk Relic-
hou^e:
Primt sirloin sfeak ...
ttrvtd Japanest ///
Eicitinql
MIAMI
VILLAS
01 DEER RUN M8-ISII
The YM-YWHA of Greater Miami
i all branches i will be closed in
observance of the holidays ;;~
follows:
("loses: SuCCOth Saturday and
Sunday,
Reopens: Monday S:30 a.m.
Close-: Sheminl Atzeres Saturday
Octobar 4.
Closes Sinihat Torah Sunday,
October 5.
Reopens: Monday. October B, 8:30
a.m.
a a
A gala children's party to help
celebrate SuCCOth 8500 S.W. 8th
Street will be hold Friday, at .",:.". i
p.m. at the "Y" for youngsters in
Kindergarten through nth grades.
Tli- Golden Age Friendship Club
of the YMHA wil held a Succoth
Luncheon at noon. Wednesday. The1
Senior Citizens have built and de-
coratcd a Sukka.
Kenneth Waks, chairman of the
Parent-Teen Committee ol the
-'Y", invites parents of Junior and
Senior High members to an open
house get-acquainted mee*ting on
Tuesday. September ."() at 8:30
p.m. at the "Y". At this time the
securities, fundamentals ol" In-
vestment, technical analysis,
illative investment techniques, con-
vertible bonds, leverage buying and
types ot Mutual Funds.

The YMHA An Galery as
open Thursday, with an outstand-
ing display ol paintings, graphics
and sculpture by < Iret a Cat men
and Shirley I. Green,
UARV SILVERMAN
rday morning, Sept. 27. at
Beth Torah Congregation, Gary,
the son of Mr. and Mrs Allen Sil-
i i nan ol North Miami & ach will
Bar Mitzvah,
Gary attends John F. Kennedy
. High School and the Harold
Wolk Religious School at Beth
ih, M I* re he will continue his
li w ish i duration.

MARTINE HI'KI
Martine. the daughter <>t Mr.
I rs. Roy Burl of North Miami
eh, will celebrate her Bat Mitz-
i it Beth Torah Congregation
1-1 idav evening, Sept. 26.
who all,nds John F.
Kennedy Junior High School, is a
Btudi nt at the Harold Wolk Re-
3i hool of Beth Torah and
phi
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eluded in many prominent ail i I-
Icctions. She has bc.n explor _
ih- varied techniques in Ihe ^. -
phics I.rid and the YMHA
plena d in show some ol hi n
Sl .:. ham- ..-. kVI :i a. :. -.],'.
collection of her pain I i
These works w ill be on through October 23 at the
Gallery, 8500 S W. 8th S reot,
i on .Sunday. October 12 nt 3:00 p
the Ari Committee will hol<
"Meel the Artists I "n imi 11. ;.-
cepl ion."
Greta Carmen, widley exhibited
sculptress, has included many
pieces ol sculpture in wood and
welded metal. She has recenth
been commissioned bj Temple
Beth Am to d an 11 fool high
exterior wall sculpture and 12 in-
terior pan,'is, menorahs and Ark
doors.
Shirley I Green's work is in- president.
Renanah Group Meets
The Renanah group ol' i ladi
will hold iis firsi general memb r-
ship meeting ai the home ol M -
Sherman fast, iTin Biaitit-/
Miami Beach, al lo a.m. Vloi
Mrs. Michael Horwitz is ;i
1969-70 program for Junior and
Senior High students will Ik- dis- :
cussed. One of the purposes >f |
this meeting is to determine how
the YMHA may best met the |
needs of today's teenagers.
The YM-YWHA of Greater
Miami, has designated Octoh -r as
ilow To Invest Your Money"
month. This always timely suhjt i
is being presented to "Y" members
and iheir friends, free of chime,
by way of an Investment Series
D cussion which wil he held at j
the "Y" every Thursd i\ evening at
8:30 p.m. during the month ol
October.
Peti r Klein ol I', i he & Co., Inc
wil present the folowina subjects:
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Friday, September 26, 1969
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Ly. September 26, 1969
V'JfeM'Isti ftcradti^m
Paqe 11-3
hiness Leader R. Williams Apte, 77
in
Av
hominent business and civic
r K. Williams Apte, IK Island
Miami BtbcR, died Monday
Heftrt mstttute at the
,,: 77. Services woiv held irtl
(rituaries
Wednesday in the Riverside Alton
Road Chapel.
Mr. Apte. a resicd m nl Florida
since 1922. w-m a partner in th<
Apte r.icliieis Cannir.L' Co., and
a riir. ctof oi Pi i American
National Bank.
Mr. Apte was a found) r ol
plo [srai I ol Great* r Miami and ol
Ycshiva L'niverslty's Mb rt Ein-
st< in I Diversity's College of Medi-
cine, and received thi 1958Charter
Daj Award from thai institution
in recognition of his work. He
a as a boai d mi nibri ol the Ci dai :
of Lebanon Hospital and served as
chairman of the > v rutive steering
committee for the National Chil-
dren's Cai diac H ispital. He was a
din eliir i,i the National Jewish
Weifan Board.
Mr. Vpte is survived b> Ids wile.
Mrs. B< si K. Apte.
Ronald Levitt Named
To Nat'l Organization
Ronald Levitt, Miami public re-
lations executive, has been elected
to membership in the American,
Association of Political Consult-
ants, a national organization of :
those engaged for political cam- |
paign planning, which was founded !
this pas' year In Washington, D.C
Dumas Milner Names General Sales Manager
Chili Thomas, for the past -1'^ Mr. Thomas, a resident of So
years Bin i loyi Ol Dumas Milner Miami, came here iron: Iowa. A
Chevrolet, has been promoted bj graduate, of General Motors Ins -
the company from new car sales
anager to g< m ral salt s manager,
lute, Flint, Mich., he wa an e -
ploye of Ant hou., Abrah
Ray Griffith, p esidenl ol Dumas rolct for^WBrVJhffn 11 .ears i
Milner, has announced. t< its piuehasc bj Dumas MilnJ
Sales Service Parts
Accessories
Fast Repairs on all Makes
Mack Cycle
5995 Sunset Drive, South Miami
Near U.S. 1 661-8363
|S. Albert A.. 80, ,if '.'JU'l S W
,i ami, I:iv< rvlde. Inter-
Ml Who.
jer, Bother. 67, of tii in- Mr. Levitt, president oi the
Dr.. M.B. Newman. In Coral Gabks-bascd firm of Ronald
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- |! Cordon, 1.11.-nil, in Mi.
'Let My People Go'
Zionist Protest
A -:> cial m eling i rot stii
the inhuman i n at mi nl of a li I
Ji wry will be held by the Brandeis
Zionist District at 8:.".0 p.m. Mon-
day, Oct. (> iii the Washington Fi d-
eral Building, 1133 Normandj Dr.
Meyer Siegel, president urges
participation in the "Let My Peo-
ple Go" protest and hopes it will
be an important event. A descrip-
tion ol the treatment ol Soviet
Jews will be given bv Abraham
Grossman, who recently returned
fiom Russia.
vised some 50 political campaigns
in South Florida. Thi firm also
handles a number of industrial,
commercial, financial and public
corporate accounts.
Weal Av, .
[730 Byron
Mr. Levitt is past president of
the South Florida Chapter of the
Public Relations Society of Amer-
|, .1 I lavld, 82, 167'
in 1 SO,
\ |! Ilivi ndde.
K.'innj h. 79, ''"-" b.tv. asth ica and is currently serving bis
Sarah. v. ..... Ninth Street
second term as orcsidenl oi the
Miami run. ml t'liai>. I Southeastern United States for
in, TT. I30S N E iro i pj I .
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AZARUS M.'llv, s:,, 1500 Bay Rd.. Sole Owner
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SHELDON R, i:osi:\ IIIAL
Attorney for Applicant
ill N.-tiliwi -i Fifth Sin .i
Miami, Florida :;:ii-"-
: 12-19-26 1" 3
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OLD ENGLISH ROAST
BEEF
Sandwich 80c
1910 S.W. 57 Ave
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MILLERS I
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84579
\'orth Miami Funeral Chanel In RE: Estate of
Ey, p.i ..i s. ?. 2GS5 Collins EDWARD ELLIN,
\, n | I*, 'eased.
ANTLER Ramuel 7",. 801 Col- NOTICE TO CREDITORS
- \ MR, Rlverilde. Interment To AH Creditors and All IVrsons Hnv-
. ,],. Inn claims or Demands A-.niist Said
, .,... 7". ISI4 N R 181 Estate:
r,h Minmi Funeral Chanel. y(u are hereby notified and required
or Hyman, Oeean Dr., in prvseitl anj elalms .''! dem
ll'ivpi lermenl Mi Ni 1"'.
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C.lll. 8lK, Cloiel L Deeorotion
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100 E. BEACH BLVD.
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922-3515
Whtre Pirklni ll No rroMin
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wi it \ tate of EDWARD ELLIN dec-eased
late "i Dade runny. Kb i Ida, : the
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,-. day i' September, a i"> "" 9
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tfin. Elizabeth I tll'nn, 7". First publication of ilri>- n'.ti..' on
n.. \ii! Riverside. Hi' 2th daj of Septembei 1969
. Kdvln Carl 89, ?S."1 I eon- PAD1 KW1TNEY
ir- v \i R Riverside. Inter- Attorney forEstatool
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rdnn Miami Reach, Florid
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IA100 M.B 18th Clerk of_the_Circuit Court ol Dade
CLEAN TOWN'
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(DOP OFF SIR VICE)
1755 M.t. It Jr. St, "gg
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EXPERT
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TOP U.S. CHOICE-U.S. GOVT. INSPECTED U.S. GOV'T. GRADED WESTERN BEEF CUTS
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WHOLE OR HALF <
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68
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SAVE 17c "THE REAL THING"
Flo-Sun Orange Juice. 3counarst $1
HEALTHFUL SMOOTH _
Master's Sour Cream.......cup 39c
save 17c birds eye io-oz.
Frozen Strawberries.....3PBAUGCSH $1
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99% FAT FREELOW FAT MILK
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WISCONSIN FINEST SLICED
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BORDEN S COLORED
Sliced American Cheese ..pkg' 49c
. INDIVIDUALLY WRAPPED
WORLD FAMOUS
Lum's Hot Dogs..............VT 49c
EXTRA LIGHT OR REG. BUTTERMILK
Pillsbury Biscuits.............9C*- 9C
BOOTH'S HEAT & SERVE-GOLDEN FRIED
PERCH FILLETS........LB. 69c
FLOUNDER FILLETS..... 89^
$' 69 VALUE ... SUPER OR REG. ""
KOTEX OO
TAMPONS 00C
FAIR
SUPERMARKETS
FEATURES EFFECTIVE THRU SAT., SEPT. 27
AT ALL FOOD FAIR & FREDERICH'S STORES
EXCLUDING KOSHER MARKETS
SAVE MERCHANTS CREEN STAMPS
THE EASIEST WAT TO GET GIFTS.
OF FOOD FAIR'S
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BROWNSTONE
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DISH
GOOD THRU Sat c^t 27
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AOOVE ITEM WILL BE REPEATED
IN THE FOLLOWING WEEKS
- : 'AIR HOT DOG ,_
ROLLS ?23<
SAVF 2C FOOD FAIR'S COUNTRY SQUIRT
BREAD ^ 29'
Service AVAILABLE AT STORES WITH SERVICE COUNTERS.
ALL CHEESES AND LUNCH MEATS ARE
SLICED TO YOUR ORDER.
SAVE 10c WISCONSIN FINEST WHITE OR COiOP
American Process Cheese 79c
SAVE 40c LB leas BJifl
Cooked Corned Beef 59
SAVE 14c LB INTERNATIONAL KOSHER rftc
Salami or Bologna............lb D"
SAVE 10c POTATO. COLE SLAW, MACARONI QC
Freshly Made Salads.......: ibW
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