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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
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Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
November 28, 1969

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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^Jewish Florid!
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 42 Number 48
Miami, Florida Friday, November 28, 19G9
Two Sections Price 20c
President Thanks
Mrs. Meir For Her
'Thoughtfulness'
WASHINGTON (JTAi The
IWhite House has disclosed that
I President Richard M. Nixon
(deeply appreciated [sraeli Prime
IMinisUr Golda Meir's message
loi praise after his speech on
Vietnam Nov. 3. In his reply to
[Mrs. Meir, President Nixon said
that he was "grateful tor her
II ffhtful messa ;e and pli
by its positive reception In the
United States." He said he was
["especially gratified to know-
that Waders around the world
Attempt Is
Y'The Gravest
Since 1945
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WEST BERLIN (JTA> The
[chairman of the West Berlin
[Jewish community described the
1 recent attempt to bomb the
[community center here as "the
[gravest incident against Ger-
Iman Jews since 1945." Three
[youths are being held in the
bing attempt.
The planting of the bomb.
Iwhich was discovered in the
synagogue of the community
jcenter, and other recent anti-
I Semitic actions, are not the
work of individual cranks, Heinz
Galinski claimed. They are part
j of a cart-fully planned assault on
Jews by fanatic groups.
Mr. Galinski. who said he was
disappointed by the weakness"
of public reaction to the inci-
dent, deplored the silence of
church leaders, politicians and
trade unionists, and especially
'certain intellectual circles who
at other times were quick to
demonstrate."
lik the Prime Minlstei I i>
found hope In it."
Israeli official circles have
denied fiat Mrs. Melr's mes-
sage constituted an endorse-
ment of the President's Viet-
nam pollcyi but a contrary In-
terpretation was published by
the l'.s. Information Service
in Israel. A press release date-
lined Washington was handed
out last week, carrying the
headline "Israel's Prime Min-
ister Back* Nixon's Vietnam
Policy."
In her message, Mrs. Meir
congratulated Mr. Nixon on his
"meaningful speech" and ex-
pressed the ho;)e that he will
speedily succeed in bringing
about peace in Vietnam. "The
Presidi nt's speech." she declar-
ed, "contains much that encour-
ages and strengthens freedom-
loving small nations the world
over which, striving to maintain
their independent existence, look
to that great democracy, the
United States.
Meanwhile, a Washington col-
umnist nationally syndicated by
Newsday. a Long Island news-
paper, reported that the Whttc
House attaches great signifi-
cance to the Meir message. Nick
Thimmeseh reported. "Golda
Mtir's unexpected message of
congratulations to the President
has delight-d the White House
and startled former aides of
i former I President Lyndon B.
Johnson, who panted In vain for
such support when he was stuck
with running the war. Dr. Henry
Kissinger, the President's Na-
tional Security Advisor, took
One look at the communication,
as ri lay< d by Walworth Bar-
bour. U.S. Ambassador to Israel,
and urgid President Nixon to
Continued on Page 2-A
Arab Summit Conference In Morocco
Can Be Expected To Decide On War
JERUSALEM (JTAl The Arab summit conference In Rabat, Morocco In December
can be expected to decide on nothing less than open war with I -a, 1. Foreign Minis:,--
Abba Eban has told the Israeli Cabinet. The parley will probably discuss military
tactics and timetables rather than the principle of i which President Gan
Abdel Nasser of Egypt has officially renounced, Mr. Eban said
Mr. Eban also told the Cabinet that he had again expressed Israel's opposition t ,
the current American-Soviet bilateral negotiation: md to four power talks, in a
discussion lust week with British Ambassadoi Ernest J. W. B rr.es. Meetings be-
tween Mr. Eban .md ambassadors of the United States and Ft ince are also slat ..
he said.
On another issue, Mr. Eban noted that most of the nations which voted I
Thursday for the United Nations Gen ral Asseml ly's .-" icial Humai : u an and Cultur-
al Committee resolution c ndemning [sraeli "collcctivi ilicies i
Arab and Communist.
The committee's 51 to 11 vote condemned the destruction oi homes ind deporta-
tion of Arab inhabitants of the occupied territories and called U] in Israel to desist
from the alleged repressive measures taken in reprisal for Arab terrorism. Mr. Eban
noted that most of the 51 states have no diplomatic tics with Israel and that their
number was smaller than that voting last year for a similar measure.
Mr. Eban noted that the 50 abstainers included the United States and many
Western European friends of Israel. He reportedly expressed hope that the resolu-
tion would be defeated when it comes up for confirmation in the General Assembly
where a two-thirds vote is needed to have the resolution passed and included in the
record.
Foreign Ministry circles have noted that the resolution, co-sponsored by India.
Pakistan. Yugoslavia, Guinea and The Congo (Brazzaville!, contained the word
"reported" in describing "repressive practices and policies" because no Impartial
agency had found the allegations to be grounded on fact.
The sources also observed that the resolution ignored completely the plight of
Jews in Arab countries which have barred any U.N. investigation of the Jew's con-
dition. The aim of the resolution's sponsors was patently political and not humani-
tarian, the sources said.
(In abstaining. U.S. delegate Mrs. Rita Hauser criticized the measure for dis-
regarding the violations of rights of Jews living in Syria and Iraq. Last year the US
voted against a similar measure but this year shifted its position because of reports
of alleged Israeli mass arrests and deportations.)
A spokesman for Mr. Eban's ministry, meanwhile, registered "ssurprise and
consternation" over a U.S. State Department spokesman's statement deploring
"collective punishment" by Israel. The ministry stressed that Israel had never applied
"collective punishment" in the occupied areas and had no intention of so doing. A
term 'neighborhood punishment" used by Defense Minister Moshe Dayan in a
recent press conference has been mistakenly con-trued to mean "collective punish-
ment." the ministry said The only instances of "collective punishment" are im-
positions of curfews, whereas "neighborhood punishment" means acts like blowing
up houses whose residents or owners had actively aided terrorists, the spokesman
declared.
Terrorists' Trial Has Not Been Put Off,
Greek Ambassador Tells Presidents
WASHINGTON (JTA i The Greek Ambassador has denied
reports that his Government has postpmed the trial of two Anb
terrorists who attacked an El Al airliner at Athens airport last
Dec. 26. An Israeli passenger was killed in the attack.
Ambassador Basil Witsax's told a delegation representing
the Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Oragniza-
tions that news stories that the trial was deferred "for political
reasons" or any other reasons were incorrect.
He said a statement by the public prosecutor in Athens hid
been misinterpreted and that "the date of the trial has simply
not been set." The Israel Government meanwhile was reported to
have been formally advised that Greece is proceeding with pre-
parations for a January or February trial. The information was
conveyed to Israel's diplomatic representative in Greece, Yaacov
Carot.
The Jewish delegation asked Ambassador Witsaxis for
clarification of a public statement by the Greek Orthodox Arch-
bishop in Amman. Jordan that the two terrorists would be free!
And was told he would communicate with his government. The
Greek prosecutor's office had announced that a decision had
been reached to postpone the trial Indefinitely to avoid damaging
Greek relations with Arab states. The Athens announcement
evoked a strong protest from Israel which was conveyed to
friendly nations.
School Children In Haifa Foil New
Attempt To Bomb Apartment House
TEL AVIV i JTA i Three
Eg/ptian commandos have been
killed in an abortive raid on
I ;-a< II positions on the east bank
of the Suez Canal, an Israeli
military spokesman said. Two
Israelis were wounded when the
commandos ambushed a patrol
less than a mile inside Israel-
held territory, and the raiding
party was driven back across
the waterway, leaving behind
several bazookas and Kalaehni-
kof rifles in addition to the three
dead, one of whom was an offi-
cer. An artillery duel in the
southern sector of the canal left
three wounded Israeli soldiers.
Israel's verson of the incident
varied sharply from Cairo's an-
nouncement that raiders had
penetrated five miles into the
Sinai Peninsula, destroyed three
Israeli tanks and damaged two
others and killed an unspecified
number of soldiers. Egypt said
three commandos were "left be-
hind." Egypt's account of the
action was termed "sheer fab-
rication" by Israeli spokesmen.
Alert school children in Haifa
foiled an apparent attempt to
blow up an apartment house on
Mount Carmel. The youngsters
spotted a suspicious looking par-
cel near the building and report-
ed its presence to their teacher.
who called police. The parcel.
containing 2'a kilograms of ex-
plosives and a timing device,
was dismantled by a policeman.
Israeli authorities began a
massive crackdown on Arab ter-
rorists following a bazooka at-
tack on a fuel depot in Haifa on
Friday. Two bazooka shells were
fired by a home-made timing
d( vice, a spokesman said, and
started small fires in tanks con-
taining crude oil and kerosene.
And on the outskirts of Acre.
near Haifa, two Arab saboteurs
from the upper Galilee were
killed when their car, loaded
with explosives, blew up.
Efforts to track down and ar-
n st saboteurs have been accel-
erated. Two terrorist gangs, one
in Last Jerusalem and one in
Hebron, have been captured, it
was announced. They were held
i B| onsible for a series of gre-
nade atacks on crowded buses
and planting of explosives near
public buildings.
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Alsop 4-A Sermon 10-A
Bar Mitzvah 14-B Sermon 8-C
Candleight 10A Synagogues 10-A
Cohen 4-A
TV 10-A
Dining 11-A
Encagents 8-9B Weddings 8-9B
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Israel <>n Vietnam, lint was
i-f j iti-'l." Mr. Thimnii'tu'h ssUtl.
"Whj it ill Nixon, who not 17
percent of th<- JewMi vote in
1968, gel the meMaca wltieh
Lxndrn luhjison, who :;"l
earl} all t!w Jewish *ot* in
iHtit. deapemtelj wanted?"
"Mrs. Meir, Mr. Thimnieseh
th)eori/e ii il ~.\ nip.il h\ for .Mr. NIXOB
tnrini; her recent state visit
to Washington as his K"est.
Mrs. M ir knows thai while
Mr. Nixon isn't popular with
American Jews, he is liked by
Isra ii military leaders. In a re-
ceni policy statement, she de-
scribed him as an old friend of
the state. "Mrs. Melr feels that
.she i Mr. Nixon are two world
li aders in a real fix ..." wrote
dr. 'himmesch. "Israel fears
thai .1 the United States pulls
out ol Vietnam in humiliation,
the Arab world, particularly the
i li'-al Arab states, would be
igi I to make more war
on Israel," he said. Mrs. Meir
- \.i enough to know thai
hi i support is a welcome tonic
for Pn sidi nt. and could
ivably be repaid by delivery
of more Phantom jet planes
than have been promised.
Rabbi Balfour Brickner, direc-
tor of the Commission on Inter-
faith Activities for Reform Ju-
daism, voiced strong disagree-
ment with Mrs. Meir's position
and said he had no alternative
as a liberal Jew but to reject he
support of President Nixon on
the Vietnam issue. Rabbi Brick-
ner. a vocal critic of the war.
expressed tear that Mrs. Meir's
message would alienate "many
of Israel's friends in America's
academic community among lib-
eral Protestants and Catholics
and the clergy, and among polit-
ically active young people with
liberal inclinations."
Jewish War Veterans Com-
mander Bernard Direnfeld. how-
ever, issued a statement which
said Mrs. Meir's support of Pres-
ident Nixon was "highly rele-
vant to the security of both
Israel and the United States.
There are many parallels be-
tween Israel's long search for
peace and America's present ef-
forts to negotiate a meaningful
peace in Vietnam." he said.
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Friday, November 23. 1969
*Jew isi ftot SdllaiD

Lehrman Is Co-Chairman
Of Vt liiie 1 louse (Conference
I Lehrn
leader i>f Temple Emanu-El, w a
one of thi three nun who \
appointed by Prcsidenl Richard
M. Nixon as ccchairmen of a spi
cial White House Conference on
Foci, Nutrition and Health. The
others who wire named to serve
with Dr. Lehrman were the Most
hey. Raymond Gallagher. Bishop
of Lafayette, hid., representing the
Conference of Catholic Bishops,
and National Council of Churches
president Dr. Arthur Flemming.
. More than 2,500 persons will
participate in the Conference, it
was announced. Of these, some
1,500 are educators, scientists
medical and hiaith professionals,
Representatives of agriculture and
food industries, and federal, state
knd local sjowernmenl officials. The
balance will be consumers, spoki >-
-. profi s-
mal, womi n's; S< d
and community ai ti -. In-
cluding thi jour.
J shall ask the Conf< n nee to
prepare specific! goads goals for
private industry, far government
polk;-' and for needed research,"
Pit Bident Nixon said in his official
statement, "its conclusions and
coals will not be neatly bound and
placid on a library shelf and for-
gotti n. They v.ill be the basis for
action by this administration and
the beginning of a natioal com-
mitment to put an end to malnu-
trition and hunger among the poor,
to make bettfr use of our agricul-
tural bounty and to ensure a
healthful America."
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by d< man Is ; i the \. rnnn n1 to
to i liminate hungi r
and mal Amei l< an
life.
Dr. I.- hrrnan firsl vice presidi nl
oi the Synagi g Council of
America, also serves as a member
,i the President's Commission on
Obscenity and 1'ornography and is
one the executivi commitee of the
'Human Rights Commission of
l N'ESCO.
Judge Berkman Is Farhaiid Speaker
Sky Lake Plans Bazaar
Skv Lake Synag ig i will hold
an auction-l .. 2 to 9 p.m.
Sunday In th auditorium
Washington F< di ral, I 9 NE 167th
St., North Miami B Proceeds
are earmarl ngrega-
tion"s William a i I Sarah Udell
Hebn w School.
VI. !' rkmi n will
' the ] aker and
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' hko at th
inn Fa i
the Wa il's Audito-
1234 Washington A\ .. Sun-
1 c. 7. its president,
Mce levin, and Miami Beach
Mayor Jay Dermer president of
the Jewish National Fund of
Ore at- Miami, havt announced.
Judge Berkman, who has been
active throughout the country as
an arbitrator between labor and
i i agi mi nt, currently is on the
National Mediation Board panel.
and a number of the American
Arbitration Association and the
: Mi nation and (lonciliat i n
. H ienes on the I
F such orj .. :. ati mi is the Ch ic
ie, the National Children's
Cardiac ." Ital, th Exchi
and the Elks.
A nal ' Bosti n Mass Ju Ige
ii fii in
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ir,
and I infi ti coral Pur-
Ic Heart, th Pn lent ;nit
Cita Medal with
three clu ti r .Aft idll on
i- (im t.i I inivei itj i i Fl n ida he
joined the law firm ol Dubbin,
Schiff, Berkman and Dubbin, and
appointed a Justl of the
Peace in the Fifth District in 1961.
I'e was n eli ct< ri the following
ycai and has since run unopposed.
Concert At Tifereth Jacob
Children from the Montanarl
School and Sunland TrainingCen-
; i hi rl Hiali ah si nior citizens will
guests at a benefit Chanukah
: at 3 | m. S nday, Dec. 7.
ir. Ti mpli Tifereth Jacob. 951 E.
Hh A'.e., Hialeah, given by I
i Sj .i; honic S cii <>. un i r
the bat m of Max Pi i ker.
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Friday. November 28, 1969
Number 48
18 KISLEV
Concrete Ideas Needed
We would like to see added to all the rhetoric about
"greater" Jewish involvement in solving fee urban crisis
some concrete ideas as to what special role Jewish organi-
zations should play. There have been some excellent key-
note speeches at conventions in recent weeks which make
good reading and exciting headlines, but undoubtedly
will end up just there.
There probably is merit in these calls for special Jew-
ish action and concern, since we are essentially urban
residents, but what the Jew should do organized Jewishly
feat he cannot do, or should, as a citizen generally of fee
community, has not been made clear.
CJFWF Assembly News Was Expected
On the eve of fee Combined Jewish Appeal, the news
from fee 38th General Assembly of fee Council of Jewish
Federations and Welfare Board is not unexpected; more
money than ever must be raised to meet fee pressing
needs of Israel and other overseas Jews.
Wife an expected 50,000 immigrants arriving in Israel
during 1970many from Polandthere are still some
300,000 awaiting emigration from their present lands. And
in Israel, today, there are still 250,000 who live under the
nest difficult conditions so that the new arrivals will only
compound the problem of housing.
It is a hopeful sign feat the CJFWF delegates gave en-
thusiastic support to the higher goals which will be set
this next year in each community. It was significant, as
well, that the passionate young spokesmen for a new look
at Federation priorities who were given a prominent role
at the conference gave their complete allegiance to fee
cause of Israel and the financing required.
Everything For The Children
It is a small surprise that another of those surveys has
turned up the fact that 57 percent of Jewish wives never
go to synagogue services as compared with 16 percent of
their Christian counterparts who never go to church. Since
ether surveys have notedto confirm the sight of emDty
pewsthat Jews are the lowest on the list generally when
it comes to worship attendance, we would pay this latest
survey little heed were it not for the fact that synagogue
leaders will tell you that the strongest supporters of syna-
gogue membership are the Jewish wives, esp3cinlly the
converts.
However, the study further shows that fee ladies c~=? in
almost unanimous agreement that religious training was
essential for their children end that it was necc-sory to be-
: :r.g :o c synagogue while their children were crowing up.
Which is ell typical Jewish parent: everythir.a for -----
.:dren, including the synagogues '.hey won't attend
themselves.
Comment
by EDWARD COHEN
My tiJ vision viewing is lim-
ited." but ii is enough tor me to
be able to recognize some of the
better known shows. Thus, when
I read Albeit Ossip's statement
about a College of Jewish Stud-
ies in the Miami Herald last
week, my Immediate reaction
was ".Mission Impossible!" And
I fully expected the message
would "self-destruct in five sec-
onds.
If the voice was that of a man
dedicated to this Jewish com-
munity in all its aspects, but
particularly in the educational
field, the hand most certainly
was that of the Bureau of Jew-
ish Education, which Mr. Ossip
has led for a number of years.
It certainly was one of the most
original ideas to come from that
body in many years and events
may prove it to be one of the
most courageous and selfless to
come from a Jewish agency in
our time.
Ostensibly, the statement came
on the eve of Mr. Ossip's retire-
ment as head of the Bureau (for
which he was properly honored
at the annual dinner of the
agency) but those who have
been involved in the Federation's
study of Jewish education in the
Greater Miami area recognize
that it anticipates what is ex-
pected to be the climactic meet-
ing of that group next Monday
evening. For. if I am any judge
of the dynamics of studies like
these, the major recommenda-
tion of the Commission is very
likely to be the establishment
of such a college as the priority
for Federation tducational funds.
ULM. Does The World A Disservice
It is becoming obvious that behind the Egyptian mili-
tary ooer<-tions is an increasi-.a Soviet advisory coros wh -
if they are not actually engaged in battle, are right in the
front line directing the Egyptian strategy.
The danger in all this, as we Americans know from
our own experience with military advisors in South
Vietnam, is that crowing impatience with slow learners
often leads to direct participation. And fee spark that
could ignite a general war in the Middle East becomes
ever more a reality.
By its vacillation on fee real issues between the Arabs
and fee Israelis fee United Nations is doing fee entire
world a disservice and fee Russians bear fee greatest
responsibility not only for its massive arms support but
far its active role in feat tinderbox area.
. _
The process of an
decisionaaeh magnii
it would be a delusion to view
tnc creation oi a-Coi!.;- J-"W-
ish St tfflei as i-decision of any-
thing Kss than the first magni-
t..d< '-has been a torturous one.
Much expert testimony lias Ik-, n
heard, scholarly position papers
delivered, and a good deal of de-
bate 'some acrimonious' has
taken place since the Commis-
sion first met almost a year ago.
Although it was not the intent
of the Ft deration to do a study
of the Bureau of Jewish Educa-
tion, inevitably the role of that
agencv came into question. I can
onlv speak for myself when I
say that I am convinced there is
no future for the Bureau as
presently constituted if the com-
munity leadership is serious
about making a major contribu-
tion to strengthening Jewish ed-
ucation in Greater Miami.
The fact is. of course, that
Mendel Selig, a former high of-
ficer of the Bunau. in a very
provocative paper first opted for
the establishment of a College
of J< wish Studies and challenged
the consultative activities of the
Bunau as wasteful. What is now
offered as if it wire a new pro-
gram is an amalgam of Selig's
paper and an exciting presenta-
tion made by David Wi instein,
president of the Chicago College
of Jewish Studies, in a recent
Greenfield Adult Institute ad-
cir. ss at Temple Isratl of Great-
er Miami.
Pride of authorship is not im-
portant here, nor is the under-
standable exaggeration of what
har Ucc"rr; <*'. j*
the H:r> au
with its Sturiits" a mfsneftier. if
v... one. It could
he expected tr.ar* any agency
would downgrade tts own u.,rk
and. certainly, the Bureau ir.
serves high marks for u under handicaps, discuss. #
which is not important ai this
present juncture of Jewish. Hfc,
Why. then, do Ir believe that
the ossip statement was "court.
geoua and selfless?"
I am convinced that tht
ership of the Bureau of Jew a*
Kducation recognizes that the
kind of money required to estab-
lish a meaningful College of
Jewish Studies-such as Gratz
in Philadelphia or the Chicago
college, for examplemust in-
evitably mean the end of Feder-
ation support for the Bureau of
Jewish Education. As the case
for the College has developed,
the conclusion has been inescap-
able that anything the present
Bin.au can do. the College
shoukl be able to do better, as
well as many important things
the. Bureau cannot do at all.
It is recognized that one of
the most difficult things to ac-
e-omplish is the elimination of an
agency which has outMved its
usefulness in government, health
research, or community life. Yet,
as Al Ossip has demonstrated, it
is not a "Mission Impossrbl.."
And I'm glad the message didn't
self-destruct, for it is a docu-
ment which should not be lost to
a community seeking greater
strength for itself and its chil-
dren.
MATTER OF FACT
by JOSEPH ALSOP
WASHINGTONIt was h- art-
breaking, somehow, to set "thi
kids" in Washington and thi n to
learn of the latest, least exp
ed support for Presidi: t Nix -
Vietnamese policy.
That mother in Isra< I, Golda
Meir, setms to hav. walked
sensible, arch-supporting -
straight out of onf- of thi
epoch- f thi Bible si ;
as prime minister of a sn
finit< |y brav I vici sly
: nation. Go
ali rt to all that pass> -

Shi ird and si liil P
i Nix :.'- kabli Vii -
5] i ch. When upon, quite
A'ithout
to thi .!-.; ~. of the
\V lite Housi. Mrs Mi ir sat
n and si nl thi Pn idenl i
of warm nral ila-
ti ,r.s and stroi
Among other l
. : lent I
and st
nations I
to maintain their indepen I nt ex-
ist) no u ho look to thai '
democracy, the United stat' ol
America." The highest
sources state, without Ik sitation,
that this was an indirect but
i mphatic reference to an i
dangi r that Mrs. Mi
fi ais.
The fact is that brae i" ril
wo .11 I- much Incn as
worldwide repercussions ol the
kind of American di
"the kids" damaged Ept I
Washington It is \rr> si
indeed, the n fon that '
; ii sidcnl should hav
i tion I date, di
high origin and easy pub...
This i learned
M it' mi. igi i: shi i
over 1
.'. hit< Housi
i ipii
-
It \
It S '
i. mted up thi contrast '
M. ir ;: I thi
i ami the new
SI | I
The word ta put '" li""'
because it is 'time to proi
rading sentiiuentalit>
mush-headed pi rmissivi n
lies behind this now I us
World War II. silly peopl
to call our troops A ridU
boys" in the same manin i x<
they were not boys; the) **
American men. bravely fighur*
for their country, thank I!
them, as men are metis*1
catted upon to do.
Today, it is far worse A l'ar Continued en Pas* *
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Friday, November 28, 1969
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Needs Reviewed By Budget Committee
Rabbi Solomon Schiff, director cf Greater
Miami Jewish Federation's Community
Chcplaincy Service, offers a prayer during
the Veterans Day service held aboard the
U.S. Coast Guard Cutler "Hollyhock" in the
Guifstream in memory of the four chaplains
Tr^two Protestants, a Calholic and a Jew
who died when the Japanese torpedoed the
U9S Eterchester. From left are Cmdr. Edward
Cooper, Commissioner of Veterans Affairs,
11th Congressional District; Maj. Walter Van
Poyck, who holds the same position in the
12th Congressional District; Cmdr. Cooper's
aide, Michael McCuster; Rabbi Schiff; Father
David Russell, representing the Archdiocese
of Miami and Veterans Administration Hos-
pital chaplains Edmund W. Holmes, Jr., and
jack K. Sides.
Greater Miami Jewish Federa-
tion's Interim Budget Committee
is reviewing budgetary require-
ments of local agencies for the
coming year in a continuing series
of meetings. The work of this
Committee is paj ticularly signifi-
cant to the agencies as well as
Federation as plans are being set
for the 1970 Combined Jewish Ap-
peal campaign.
The work of the Interim Budget
Committee involves a review of
1969 budget expenditures to date
and an exploration of the mini-
mum requirements for 1970. Re-
sources available for additional
agency financing are being exam-
ined, and recommendations will be
formulated on the basis of these
and related items and forwarded
to th? F(delation's executive com-
n itte for consideration.
Serving as chairman of the In-
terim Budget Committee is Walter
S. Faik; vice chairman is Richard
i. Horwk-h. The committee mem-
bers include J. William Baros. Jr..
Dr. Sol Center, Stanley R. Gilbert.
Mrs. Milton S. Green, David S.
K< nin, Morton Marcus, Dr. Mau-
rice Rich, Stuart Rothchild, Mrs.
Robert I. Shapiro. Arnold J. Stern
and Jerry Sussman.
Club Marks 9th Year
The Miami Friendly Social Club
of the Israelite Center will celo-
brate its ninth anniversary Sun-
day with a 6:30 p.m. dinner-dance
at the center, located at 3175 SW
25th St. Joe Shokolsky and Kal-
man Frledberg will be in charge.
Young Leadership Launches Program
Arnnori" Etran R'ifael, a gradu-
ate of theTsrael Army's Officers'
C'oWA who served during the Six
La.v'W'ar as ^ tank squadron com-
niSJUlcr. address: d the Greater
Miami J' wish Federation's Young
Loaders I ip "Cabinet and its Young
Leadership Division this week at
the Dup'.i'.t Plaza Hotel. More than
Israel Prime Minister's Detri-
ment of Information. He is Israel
Supreme Court Justice A.Wilkon's
apprentice.
The 1970 Young Leadership Di-
vision will work closely With the
Young Leadership Cabinet, and
will explore the role and function
i.l Federation within the commu-
nity at their monthly meetings.
Those in attendance as the pro-
gram went into high gtar were
given assignments to work with
local beneficiary agencies of the
Federation. They will be getting
"in-depth" experience with such
agencies as the Bureau of Jewish
Education, Community Chaplaincy
Service, HilLel-University of Mi-
ami. Jewish Family and Children's
Service, Jewish Home for the
Aged. Jewish Vocational Service,
Mount .Sinai Hospital, National
Council of Jewish Women's Immi-
gration and Naturalization Service
and the YM-YWHA of Greater
Miami.
AMMOX RAFAEL
I I young men attended the meeting
which launched the Federation's
Leaders.',i;> Development program.
Mr. Raiael. whose father, Gideon
Rafael, has served as [sra il's chief
lelegBti to the United Nations,
has served as public relations offi-
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Rabbi And Mrs. Tibor H. Stern Report
On Their Recent Pilgrimage To Israel
Page 7A
Aftor his seventh pilgrimage to \
Israel with Mrs. Stern, who was
makiiiK her fourth. Rabbi Tibor H.
Sterd of Jacob C". Cohen C'ommu- |
nity Synagogue, reported it was
dne of his busiest, with a schedule
requiring his appearance at nine
public functions, where Ins mes-
sages were delivered in Hebrew.
He joked that his schedule was too '
much even for the fast-moving
Israelis he thinks a national day I
of rest must have been proclaimed
upon his departure.
When Rabbi and Mrs. Stern ar-
rived at Lod Airport Nov. 4. they
found two bus toads <>f dignitaries
and representatives of various or-
ganizations and government offi-
cials await inn them. The rabbi
ronfern d with many government
officials during his visit, including i
the Minister of Interior and the
Minister of Tourism, concerning .
mutual problems affecting Aliyah. '
He is emfarlcing on a special na- ;
iional mdyeipent to encourage a
special Aliyah project.
Rabbi Stern, who has led In the ;
ledicatlorj of several major hu-j
manitariaii and scholastic Institu-'
lions, including the synagogue of:
the Bikur- Cholim Hospital (which
was officially named "March Co-
hen" In honor of Jacob C. Cohen)
is now tVorldng on conjunction
with the Ministry of Religions and
the Union of Orthodox Congrega-
tions ol America to Implement the
building of an International Syna-
gogue at I.od Airport a gift of
American Orthodoxy in honoi ol
the 8(th birthday of Israel's Presi-
dent, Zalman Shazar. Touched by
the gesture, President Shazar per-
sonally express, d his thanks to
those who are spearheading this
project.
For the third time. Rabbi Stern
presided over the International
Talmud Awards of the Jacob
and Dorah Foundation, which
took place in the Beth-Am. Israel's
Chief Rabbi, the Minister of Re-
ligions, dignitaries and scholars
were among those present for the
ceremonies. Rabbi Stern also de-
livered a lecture to 150 students
assefcMed at the Wailing Wall.
Mrs. Stern presided over the
distribution of 100 gift packages
to wounded Israeli soldiers in the
Hadassah Hospital. Among those
present for this ceremony were
the president of the Army Welfare
Department, the heads of the Jew-
ish Chaplaincy and Hadassah. A
soldier who was confined to .1
wheel chair acted as spokesman
for the group, expressing their ap-
preciation, ami making their de-
sire for a mini-bus which would
enable them to make short trips
into the country- known to the
visitors. Mrs. Stern pledged that
such a bus would soon be forth-
coming.
Rabbi and Mrs. Stern were re-
ceived by Israel's President on
Tuesday, Nov. 11, for .i private
audience lasting an hour and 20
minutes, during which they made
a study of a Titimudic statement
regarding flights to the moon, and
and the President showed Rabbi
Stern his copy of one of Rabbi
Stern's IxMiks.
An: ther highlight of the journey
was occasioned by the fact that
Rabbi Stern was d> legated by the
Ezras Torah Fund of the United
States, which has its headquarters
in New York, to make a proclama-
tion in their behalf. He proclaimed
that the construction of 1.000
apartment units for the scholars
ol Israel will l>e undertaken during
"Ezras Torah Year."
The solid silver Torah scroll
containing a parchment Torah and
designed by: a ..Yemenite silver-
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by the City Council of Jerusalem
will be exhibited at-the Jacob C.
Cohen Commuiyty-Synagogue, un-
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BARNKTT BREESKIN
'Saga Of Israel' Is
Feature Of Festival
A record attendance is expected
at this year's community-wide
Chanukah Festival Sunday eve-
evening, Dec. 7. in Miami Beach
Convention Hall, James A. Albert,
chairman of the Greater Miami
Israel Bonds Organization, which
is sponsoring the annual event,
lias announced.
Theodore Bikei, celebrated folk
singer, guitarist and humorist, is
hvading the festive program, for
which he has prepared a special
program.
Highlighting the evening will be
the Cation of "The Saga of
Israel," a colorful pageant, pro-
duced by Barnett Breeskin. widely
known South Florida conductor
*
and composer. Narration will be
by Arnold Warren and Kent I ny-
lon choreography is by Peter
Gladke. Mr. Breeskin arranged the
musical score, with David Con-
viser acting as musical consultant.
The Saga of Jerusalem" was
written by Aaron Kalian. f<
director of the Isra.I Bonds Or-
ganization, and presents the I
,,i [srai I's establishment as a mod-
ern state against the I
of the Chanukah theme of Judah
Maccabee in drama, music and
dance.
Mr Breeskin, conductor of the
Miami Beat* Symphony Orches-
;;,, was music director and con-
on tw
Mtamj Beach Civic Orchestra. A
, linist, h, was a ,h''
hestra
th C -it.-, i "' >'"->"'^"-il
nWashTtvton, D.C. IK began giv-
1 ac s as Stcinway Ha... .\.,,,-a
Hall and Carnefii Hal .1. >^!
York at the age f 11.
Complimentary ticket; ior u*
C'h.r; :kali Festival an < ailabfc
i< s.tl<*"tn th s.- who ', '
ehasi d Israel Bonds dt
,\ rsons who b, lit \, thi
be 1 ligibb far the fn 1
instructed to get in t \ ^
tin lsiai i I ifBci
o'n Rd. fur furthc r inl
Bill Leonard To Receive
1969 Israel Service Award
Bill Leonard, executive director
tf the Seacoast Towers high-rise
end apartment building complex,
BILL LEONARD
Israeli Diplomat Is
Guest Speaker At
Ner Tamid Dinner
Isra Ii diplomat Moshe Ravlv
will be guest speaker at the 6:30
p.m. Sunday Temple Ner Tar.iid-
Israel Dinner of State in the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel. Dr. Eugene La-
bovitz. spiritual leader of the con-
gregation, has announced.
Mr. Raviv. who has e rved In
the Israeli Ministry for Foreign
.Affairs, first as an associate of
Mrs. Golda Meir. who was then
Foreign Minister, and later as Po-
litical Secretary to Abba Fban.
v.ill confer the Jerusalem Peace
Award on Charles Goldstein, a
past president of Temple Ner
Tamid who has been a leader in
efforts in Israel's behalf for many
y< ars.
Entertainment will be provided
by the celebrated husband-and-
v, ife team of Jan and Lillian Bart,
who will present a program of
Miami Beach, will be honored at
a "Night in Israel Gala" sponsored
by the Seacoast Towers Commit-
tee for Israel Bonds. He has been
named recipient of the 1969 Israel
Service Award in recognition of
his many years of service in behalf
ol a free and secure Israt 1.
Scheduled to take place at 8 p.m.
Monday in the Palace Playhi
of the Fast Building, and again
the following evening in the Med-
iterranean Room of the West
Building, the gala 1 tents will fea-
ture Jan and Lillian Bait, one of
America's most popular husband-
and-wife teams, in their adaptation
of "Fiddler on the Roof." for eve-
filled with scng and laugh-
ter. Jan Bart has appeared on top
radio and television programs
has made recordings in sew n lan-
illioi 1 i copies of which
have been sold. He and Lillian
have made appearances through-
out the United States. Canada,
Furope. Australia and Israel, win-
ning wide acclaim.
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A graduate of the University of
London and Hebrew University,
Mr. Raviv, who has been a mom-
Ix r of the Israeli Ministry of For-
. Affairs since J95L'. has served
in its African Department, the
London Embassy, as a member 01
Israel's delegation to the United
Nations, and in the embassy in
V\ ashingi n. He has also served his
country in its armed forces.
Murray Shaw, who has himsi If
!> <.n honor for leadership in behalf
of Israel, is serving as dinner
chairman: honorary chairman is
Herman Shaw, who was honored
last year, 'ine are being assisted
by Sisterhood president Mrs. Jack
Greenberg and Louis Suchman,
president of the Men's Club. Col.
and Mrs. William J. Harris are
serving as chairmen of the Corps
of Hosts.
T. Yoru Jan'f hear her laugh in a letter.
I hat s one of the reasons long distance calls feel so good.
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Of Greater Miami Israel Bond Campaign Effort

Rozencwaigs Are
Honored At Dinner
A record turnout of nearly 600
ined In the celebration of Israel's
_jst anniversary during the second
annual Cuban Hebrew-Israel Din-
.r ot State at the Fontainebleau
ti 1 Si :. la nij ht.
The main address was delivered
. GoQfue Reach, who was elected
i i Israel's Kn< ss t in 1931, an.l
ea:ne a member of the Foreign
ift and Defense Committee.
let one uf Israel's top au-
'loritfes iii the field of foreig i
. s. Mr. Flesch is one of the
..ticlTs 1 arfing spokesmen at.d
iblic figures.
Mr. and Mrs. Naum Ro encwaig
...i- hoqorcd on tuis occasion for
their service to Israel both as
tadi rs of tlie Israel community in
. i a. and as reskli nts <>f Miami.
In Rootcncuaigs were recipients
I the J.t >:! r, Peace Award.
Honorary chairmen of the i vent
'. re Rabbi Dov Rozencwaig, Her-
;-.an Heisler, Isaac Silberberg,
- -i.i-r M. Kaplan and Benjamin
i.-.m; Dr, Bernardo Benes, EJva
aisnHui, Abraham Zacroisky,
-_s '..'via and Sender Wolson
/.en honorary vice chairmen.
Rafael Krabec served as chair-
Mr. end Mrs. Rozencwaig v/ero the recipi-
ents of the Jerusalem Peace Award, pre-
sented to them by Israeli representative,
George Fiesch, at the Cuban Hebrew-Iarael
Dinner o{ State Sunday night at the Fcn-
tainebleau Hotel. At kit is the Dinner Chair-
man Rafael Kravec, and at the right is
Boiuch Shames, Secretary of t'.ie Miami
Cub.rn Israel Bend Committee, which spon-
sored the dinner on behalf of Israel Bends.
man of the dinner; cochairmen in- er, Heri Kuper, Anita Sapoznik, Hebrew-Israel Bond Committee in-
cluded Leiba Garmizo, Jaime Sha- Leon Schuster, Simon Shaftal, elude Boruch Shames, secretary;
piro, Aron Yuken and Morris Salk; Noel Shapiro and Luis Topp were \:.,,n Glass, vie si cretary, Gedalic
Samuel Galfond. Manolo Garmizo.
the v ice > hairme n.
Raquel Gherscovici. Gershon Krig- Other i aders ol
Feldenkrais, treasurer, and Ben-
the Cuban lamin Vol"e. co-treasurer.
Kline Coordinator
Of Hospital Dinner
Benjamin G. Kline, chairman of
the Founders, will lie general* co-
ol dinator of I he annual Mount
sinni Hospital dinner-dance which
v. ill be held Saturday, Dec. 20, in
the Diplomat Hotel under the
sponsorship of the Founders Club
and the board of trust, es.
All who have contributed more
lhan $5,000 to the hospital this
will bi honored at the affaii.
according to board chairman Max
1 \ itz, w ho Is ii ral chairman
ol i1!' 20th anniversary campaign,
u i Baton li lirsch Mej er, pr --

Founders Paul Faske and Ed-
ward Shapiro were named by Mr.
i.i 1ad up prepaiatioi -;
Mr Faskc will tie in charge of
social arrangc-mi nts, Mr. Shapiro
will oversee invitations and pro-
gram and act as liaison with the
Development Fund office of the
hospital.
Serving as table hosts for the
affair will lie trustees and found-
ers of the inispnai. in this latter
group are those who have made
personal contributions of S."i0.0fKl
!> more to Mount Sinai.
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MIAMI
AHAVAT SHALOM CONGREGA-
TION. *-SM*M A. Orthodox.
Cantor Worrit Barr. 1
AN SHE SUES 2o33 SW 1th Av.
Conservative. Cantor Sol Pj^BYV'Jfr
BETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Ken-
dall Dr., S. Miami. Reform. Rabbi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr. 3
MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional 12
OR OLOM (TEMPLE). 8755 SW 16th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph Giix-
man. Cantor Benjamin Ben An 13
I'rWny .Van p.m
<*>! Mi*1 WlUii-.lnv
vah: r*redrle, son of Mr, mid .Mrs.
Milton Shaw; Sum, son of .Mr. and
.Mrs. S"l 11. iison.
*^wwirTTrT*!W .MiWP
1242 Washington Ave. Orthodo^
Rabbi Dow RoaencwaiQ-
EMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701 Wash.
ington Ave. Conserv.fve. Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zv! Adler.
Friday I v m and 8:30 |> s';
i:l.,.s.,l Are The ThatifcfjJ .. Fort-
ThankHnlvIng Sermon" hwiwt
a.m. The Weekly Portion th. BIN
Bar Mltivah: Stuart, aon of .Mr ana
Mr sicmand VVelntraub
HEBREW ACADEMY? 2400 MMMt
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S^
Gross. "
JACOB C. COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave.
Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Mm Mian Palmar.___
KSrUiraFi Sr^i
Cantor Richard Browdy. |
,- i v I-, nnt Sermon: "' Putins
itnigregatlon Servlci .' '"
THE RABBI SPEAKs
Gratitude
For Blessin
Orthodox.
Cantor Meyer Engel.
:6
BETH DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
Conservative. Rabbi Sol Landau.
Cantor William W. Lipson. 4
Friday .". p.m. and B:30 p.m. Sermon:
"Affgreaalonis li Human?" Bal
Mitsvah; l!-th. daughter of Mr. and
.Mrs. Seymour Drexler. Raturdaj :
am The Torah taann. Bar Mitsvah:
Michael, s.ni of Mr. and Mrs. Oeorge
Soule. .Mini'lii! ."i p.m.
BETH EL. 500 SW 17th Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff. 5
Friday p.m Saturday i' a.m. Mlncha
4:45 p in.
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 6500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. 14
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrlieio.
Cantor Abraham Seif. "
TIFERETH JACOb (TEMPLE). 951
E. 4th Ave., Hialeah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein. 15
l"iiii.-i> 8:15 p.m Oueal Speaker: Mr.
Arthur TeiUebaum, A.D.L., U'nal
B'rlth. Followed bj Oneg Shabbat.
Saturday 10 a.m. Bar Mltzvah: Jef-
frey, aon of Mr. an*I .Mis. Jordan
Storm,
FT. LAUDERDALE
,rTU icdaci (TEMPLE). 647 E
BoIk1.nf Part Blvd. Rabbi Sh.ld.r
EovVards. cantor Maurice Neu. ^
..i .. vaic, n'm Sermon: "Which
SSPJIWSSB
Bar Mitsvah Samuel, aon of Mr and
XIn, pavid Saml. Followed bj a
ki.l.lll-'n
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BETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Max
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson. 6
Prldas B:15 p.m. Guest Speaker: Mr.
Michael Lltvak, U-ndu for Israel
Topic: "Current Events in Israel."]
Followed by Ones Shabbat. Saturday
v 4" r in Sermon "Ood'si Messeng-
i rs." 4:36 p.m. Portion of Law. .">
p.m. Sermon "And He Went Forth."
BETH TOV (TEMPLE). 6438 SW
8th St. Conservative. Rabbi Simon
April Cantor Seymour Hinkes 8
l-'riiiav S:15 pin Sermon: "Let I's
Count iur Blessings." Quest 8peak>
- Mi i,ii Tasi and Mr Philip ll
Cooper Topli "88 Keys To Harmony."
Followed bj Oneg Shabbat.
ISRAEL (TEMPLt) OF- GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform.
Rabhi Joseph R. Narot. 10
Friday vir. p.m Quests: Fialilil
N'athan 1-nndmnn, Chaplain Air Force
Academy of Colorado sprints and Air
Fi rce I '.nl.-is Choir. Topic: "Jew In
filiform: A Chaplain's Perspective.'
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drarin. Cantor Nathan Parnass. 11
Frldaj ',.::'i p.m. and 8:15 p.m. Ser-
mon: "The Secret ol Co-Existence."
Saturday 8:45 a.m Sermon: The 20th
Century' Torah
ZION (TEMPLE). 8000 Miller Rd.
Conservative. Rabbi Alfred Wax-
man. 16
north'miami
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
13600 W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi Joseph A. Gorfinkel. Cantor
Ben Zton Kirschrnbaum.
Friday evening Sermon: "Onttltudes
.mil Grievances." Bat .Mltzvah: liar-
bara daughter of Mr, mid Mr* Rich-
ard First, Followed by Ones Shabbat
MIAMI BEACH
AGUDATH ISRAEL. 7801 Carlyle Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac Ever.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th St. Orthodox.
Rabbi Berel Wein. 18
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BETH JACOB. 301 Washington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Shinaryahu T. Swir-
sky. Cantor Maurice Mamches. 19
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BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1545
Jefferson Ave. Conservative. Rabbi
David Raab. Cantor Saul Breeh. 20
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE), 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal Rabbi Leon
Kronith, Assistant Rahbi Jerrold
Levy. Cantor David Conviser. 21
BETH TFILAH. 936 Euclid Ave. Ortho-
dox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky. 22
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
..,-'. -' ,,i :.,
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 75th St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abram-
owitr. Cantor Nico Feldman. z
Frldaj 8:15 p.m. Sermon: "The True
Judge." Bat Mitsvah: Ana. daughter
,,, Mr and Mr*. Solomon '
saiunl.o 9 ,i m. Har Mitsvah: Abram,
son "f Mr and .Mrs Sli gfrled I
NtR TAMID (TEMPLE). 80th St and
Tatum Waterway, Conservative.
Rabbi Eugene Laboviti. Cantor Ed-
ward Klein.
Pi Ida) 8:15 p m Sei mon: "Life is
Series ,,i Thanksgivings!" Saturday
morning Bar Mitsvah: Neil, mn ol
.Mr. and .Mr.- Abe Walla, li Saturdaj
pveuing Bar Mitsvah: Steven I.
of Mr and .Mi- Bernard A K
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Or
Orthodox. Rabbi Phineas Weber,
man. 30
SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER. 64!
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias. 31
CONGREGATION ETZ CHAIM. 1542.
44 Washington Ave. Rabbi A. Ben.
Hillel. 32
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURL'N (TEMPLE). 102!
N.E. Miami Gardens Drive. Con.
servative Rabbi Milton Schhnsky
Cantor Tibor Mo.es. 33
BETH TORAH. NE 164tn St. at 11th
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schitz. Cantor Jacob Renzer. 3'
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B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Cnarles Rubel
Cantor Jack Lerner. 3f
FrUlnj 8:15 p m Afti r Sen \-i.
tin C.il.lii Forum Followed b .
SI ibbal Saturdaj : a m liar Mitsvah:
Itolx rt, aon of Mr. ami .\L l-Imanu. l
lloss: Alan, son ol Mr and Mr* Mor-
ton Spain. Followed by a Kidduh I"
a in Junior Congregation, Junl
Ki.l.lush .Miinlia *!.', p in
Vayishlah
Rachels tomb.
"And Rachel dierl. and was buried in the way to Ephrnth
the same is Bethlehem. And Jacob set up a pillar upon her grave"
I On. 35.19-20). *
VAYISHLAH Approaching the boundary of the land of
Seir where his brother Esau dwelt, Jacob prudently sent messeng-
ers ahead to inform Esau of his coming and of his wealth. The
messengers returned with the news that Esau was advancing
toward Jacob with 400 men. Terrified. Jacob divided his camp
into two sections, so as not to lose all in the event of an attack.
He sent gifts to Esau and prayed God to save him from his
brother. Jacob crossed the stream of Jabbok with his camp.
There, as he stood alone, an angel approached and wrestled with
him. At the end of the struggle, the angei declared: 'Thy name
shall be called no more Jacob, but Israel; for thou hast striven
with Thus encouraged, Jacob met Esau, whom he treated with the
utmost deference. Embracing, the two brothers kissed, wept,
and were reconciled. Jacob journeyed on to Shcchem. The rape
of Jacobs only daughter, Dinah, by the prince of that city, led
to the vengeful destruction of Shcchem by two of Dinah's
brothers. Proceeding to Beth-el. Jacob kept the vow he had
made to return thither. On the way, Rachel gave birth to
Jacob's last and youngest son, Benjamin. But Rachel died in
childbirth, and Jacob bulled her on the way to Ephrath. which
is Both-khem.
SINAI (TEMPLE) of NORTH DADE
18801 N.E. 22nd Avenue. Reform.
Rabbi Ralph P. Kingsley. 37
Friday 8:1R p.m. Sermon Dialogue:
"I'll Be Damned." Followed bj Oneg
Shabbat, Saturday l"::'.'. ii in liar
Mitsvah: Steven, son of Mr. and Mrs
Laurence- a. Hiller,
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE. 18151 NE
19th Ave. Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
Caplan. gj
Friday 5 p.m. Saturday 9 n m Ser-
mon: "Unity In Diveraity." Minchn
B p.m.
5 V \
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18 KISLEV 5:09 j
EMANU-EL. 1801 S. Andrews Ava
Reform. Rabb. Richard M. Levitoa
Cantor Jerome Klement.

HAUANDAIE
HALLANOALE JEWISH CENTER
126 N.E. Fit A **
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BETH EL (TEMPLEl. S. 14th Ava
Reform. Rabbi Samuel Jaffa. 4a
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BETH SHALOM iTEMPLE). 172t
Monroe St. Conservative. Rabb
Morton Mslavsky. Cantor Irving
Gold. **
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SINAI (TEMPLE). V0' Johnson St
Conservat.ve. Rabbi David Shapiro
Cantor Vehtdah He.lbraun. 4'
MIKAMAR
ISRAEL .TEMPLE) 6:0 S W. 35th
St. Conservative. Ranbi Elliot J
Winograd. Cantor Abraham Koster.
P0MPAN0 BEACH
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SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 132 SE 11th Ava
Conservative. Ratiro Morris A. SKop
Cantor Michael Frederick 44)
SURFSIDI
MOGAN OAVIO CONGREGATION
9293 Harding Ave., Surfside. Town
Hall Orthodox. Rabbi Isaac O. Vine.
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YOUNO ISRAEL OF GREATER
MIAMI. 990 NE 171t St Orthodox
Rabbi Naftali Porush. jt
Friday 5:1S p.m. Baturday 9 a.m Ser-
mon: "Peaceful Co-Exlatenoe with
U hoin."'
CORAl SABUS
JU.9E-A JTEMPLE). 6500 Granada
Blvd. Reform. Rabbi Morris Kip-
pee. w
Thti pagr it hrrpjrfd1 fn
Coopfafinn U'liK the Grejtet
Mu-ni Rdbbimi'j! AooitJlion.
ConrJmjtor of the frjturci
*hf.rjrni(. hert it
DR MAX IIP^CHITZ
Spiritual LrjJcr of
Beth ran mi Cokorboatiom
or Nosih Miami Bfach
Vi s, ll US i I
.Hal health and love. All I I
ih.' Heaven <>i freti I the
siiiiplr daily freed
about ;it will, in lal at Hi work
if our choice, to w > we
will, to roam the woi I mnk
in the lieauty of sun and s ind
m a and stars.
And one of the >. -i | tioua
of life's blessings is trit'ixt
fiiendshlp is our birthright i b--
ing part of the human fitrr-.y.
i
And the blessing ol cultii - otten sold for men distraction
culture is our birthright, r "<
are children of all th. ports phi-
losophen, sages and scholar?, anJ
they have btt|tU'attid Ihf wis-
dom to us.
Hi'ligiou
i.' :,. .-iv,
iKabLinical J th
evtston
v.
rogrant 9
\v. soch. 10. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour.
Host: Rabbi Avrom L. Drazin
Israelite Center Temple, Miami Kla
.SOCh. 7 1(. a.m. The Still Small Voice.
Host: Rabbi Alexander Gross,
Hebrew Academy, Miami Beach Flu
Subject: Chanukah.
Nov.
Zionists
Elect 1970 Officers
The annual election of ofHttfl
oi the Mizrachi-Hapoel Hanazntbi
Organisation's Greater MiaH Rf-
i-ion and its botirtl of dlr-ctors
was held earlier ihis montS
The 1970 officers of th.- ReB-
jious Zionists Hyman Kolko, president; Rr--- Jo-
seph Krantz, honorary presidcsl;
Rev. Solomon Cooper, honortiy
vice president; Morris BrahraOi
Milton Kahn. Jacob !'- Modansky,
Kmanuel Unger and Di Isa ln-
terman, vice presldt 1 labbi
. Jonah E. ("apian, execul **
president; Albert Barbakofl h"f*
1 urer; Henry Groudan,
I J. Jerry Schechter, finam
retary, ami Jacob C. Cohi "''
Max Cohen. lmnoiai\
l IS
Elected to the board
wen- Moise Harhom i. Murray I"1'
k'.wii/. Simon Berstein, Jewme
Bienenfeld, Morris EM* nenl Lay-
man Chabner, Morns ( aiki'1.
Norman Ciment, Rev. Harrtan
Doych, Herman Elsi nberg Ds\ta
Kisenstcin. Abe Eis< nst< ll "'
Meyer Engel, Morris F
Howard Galbut, Hymar '
Harry Genet, Nathan G
. Maurice GoMrtng, Han-j G
and Moses Grundwi 1
Also Max Hecht Jo* 1' fft>n"
t> 1 Dr. Donald Kass D ^'n
Makovsky. Joseph Mak-k Israel
Mantlel. Louis Mi '"
Pavid
The Jewish Cadet Choir of the United States Air Force
Academy, which will do the liturgy of the Sabbath Eve
Service at Temple Israel of Greater Miami Friday night,
is shown above with Rabbi Nathan M. Landman, who is
Jewish Chaplain at the Academy, and Trent N. Ellis, Choir
giving Lrning when he R^T k O'C,0Ck Th^
Pined by foj down^et^heTt TTT^ ^
Baptist, Firs, Method.,. Central ^^^^^
Mermelstein, RabM N
rush. Sam Reinhard, I '"'
I'.os.n. Harry I'.om !,',y
Rosenberg. RaMM A. J Safra' ltT
.lore Spolter, Rev. Alex stani,
Sherwin Stauber, Samuel waw-
man. Joe /.alls .'.I "han
Zeiehner.


riict?, November 28, 1969
V"Jw 1st ni.rSrjU'Jiin
Pago 1!-A

Premiere Of Movie
Is Temple Benefit
(i dbye, Mr. Chips." one of
lie mostunfoigot table love stories !
ol all time, premieres Tuesday, !
iv<-. 16. in the Sheridan Theatre,
Miami Beach. The ix-rformance, !
scheduled for 8:30 p.m.. is a bene-
Iit for the Blind Youth activities of
I he Sisterhood ol Temple Israel.
The film brings together Peter
<'Tooie, dramatic actor who re-
ceived Oscar nominations for his
ilea in The Lion in Winter."
Bcckat," and "Lawrence of Ara- I
hia," and Petula Clark, the inter-
nutional recording star who ap-
lared in a recent movie adapta-
lion of the musical "Finlan's Rain-
bow."
Produced by Arthur P. Jacobs
, d directed by Herbert Ross, the
in..vie. which was filmed on loca-
tion in Kngland and Italy, stars
i. OToole as Mr. Chips, a shy.
d( dieat>>d schoolmaster, and Miss
Clark as [Catherine, a London
music hall actress who gives up'
:i life ol glamour to marry him.
Sir Michael Redgrave costars as
the headmaster.
Cedars Celebrates
8th Birthday Dec. 6
O dars of Lebanon Hospital will.
i li Irate its eighth birthday at a :
black-tie ball and dinner-dance in
Ihe Fontainebleau Hotel Saturday
vening, Dec. 6. in its traditional
manner,
I) ahann Carroll, star of the TV
ri< s "Julia." w ill present a con-
rl ol her most popular souks.
'.kiToll. who won a Metropol-
i n ia Scholarship al the age
1 has been delighting night
i III ;',il television audiences and
y sign a long-term con-
with O lumbia records,
Chairman ol the 1970 B.dl is
sad SUberman, who endowed the
< th Floor Pavilion. Trustees' uiu s
v. ill t,rve as hostesses for the gala
event, at which more than 530
test! are expected. Mrs. Harry L.
Ii'wl- is chairman ol the decora-
' ins .mmittec.
Chcnukah Banquet Dec. 7
oi Tibor H. Stern, spiritual
ol Jacob C. Cohen Commu-
yaagOBjUe, will report on his
tour of Israel at the syna-
.-..tni.ti;*! Chanukah banquet,
will Ik- sponsored by the
bood. Cantor Meyer Engel
..nduct a traditional Chanu-
ijUcate and a candlcligbting
ony will ho held at the ban-
,:i the Deauville Hotel Sun-
eiiing, Dec. 7.
\lsop
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tiity.3
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iii.
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I:iHi 7
<.-
HUet
Continued from Pane 4-A
i-d, unwashed. 2R-yrar-obl Trot-
skyite is not a "kid." Neither is
a lank-haired. 24-year-old harri-
dan of the same pcrsYiaslori.
Male and female storm troop-
ers of the New Left, perhaps;
but "kids." no: And if you col-
lect the facts about the brutality
some of these alleged kills have
actually resorted to. in the cur-
rent New Left assault uion aca-
demic tie.(lorn, for instance,
storm trooper seems a quite jus-
tifiable appi Llaticn.
Here, to be sure, wc are speak-
ing of a small though very in-
fluential minority. Idealism, Ig-
norance and innoct nee, wallow-
ing self-pity and simple fashion
no doubt animated the great
majority of the young people
who marched in Washington
that weekend. But even the most
empty-headed 18-year-olds were
not "kids," they were at least
proto-adults, with a duty to be-
gin facing the world and the
facts in a fully adult manner.
It is this refusal to face the
world and the facts as adult
Americans that mainly charac-
terizes "the kids." It is also this
refusal, one supposes, that their
admirers have in mind when
they call them "kids." And it is
this refusal, once again, which
sets these young Americans so
far apart from the most beard-
less boy, from the most barely
nubile girl among Mrs. Mcii's
people.
A kindly Providence has n< ver
called upon the American peo-
ple to show the heroism, the
hardiness, the unfailing vein and
ill hi of Mrs. Mill's people.
The Civil War, more than 100
years ago, was Ihe nearest we
ever came to .1 comparable t. st,
and in the hard Cold Harbor-
time, Abraham Lincoln and
Ulysses S. Gran) were among
"the few Americans who had not
begun to lose heart,
The truth is that we Ameri-
cans, because of our great gOOd
fortune, have always tended to
forget the basic lesson that his-
torv is a harsh, rcmors. less
process, in which few nations
get a second chance. That is the
lesson that has been cruelly
rubbed in upon Mrs. Meir and
her [X'ople. by over two millen-
nia of dire experience with his-
tory's harshness.
To the convinced pacifists,
fightin j >ur country is al- [
ways wrong 1 vn n if the end
resull is to condemn men like
Noam Chomsky to the fate of
Yuri Daniel and Alexander Sol-
yhenitsyn. And this would sure-
ly be the end result, and for
independent-minded Americans
of every kind.
But unless the storm-trooper
doings of the New I-eft minority
provoke even worse reactions on
the light, we can still count
upon 1 scaping that fate, provid-
ing we learn just a little from
Mrs. Meir and her people.
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Friday, November 23, I3K9
Hebrew Free Lean Reelecis Schwartz To His 20th Term
Isailore Schwartz, co-founder of
the Hebrew Fret- Loan Association.
has been elected to his 20th term
as its president in the recent an-
nual electiflp. Mr. Schwartz is
president of Chesed Shel Ernes of
Greater Miami, vice president of
Congregation Beth El, chairman
of the Chevra Kadisha of Greater
Miami, and serves on the boards
of directors of the Greater Miami
J wish Federation and Bikur Cho-
lim of Miami Beach.
Re-elected to a third term as ex-
< utive vice president was Frank-
lin D. Kreutzer. who will also
Si rve as general counsel and legal
advisor to the Association, which
makes loans of up to $1,000 to in-
dividuals or businesses without in-
terest or carrying charges. Mr.
Kreutzer. who serves as attorney
for the Dade County Democratic
Executive Committee and as chair-
man of the City of Miami Charter
Review Board, is a partner in the
law firm of Wallace and Kreutzer.
Among the other officers elected
by the Association for 1970 were
Mrs. B^ose Siege-I. program vice
president; Mrs. Clara Eckhaus,
membership vice president; Mrs.
Bessie Rappapott. treasurer; Zelda
Kunst. recording secretary; Harry
Gitlin. corrtsponding secretary,
and Fred Oclis, financial secretary.
Judge Meyer M. Brilliant, Judge
Irving Cypen. Mayor Jay Dermer,
Hon. Joe Nevel. Judge William
Pa Hot. Rabbi Solomon Schiff and
Judge Sam Silver were reelected
to the advisory board of directors,
which decides matters pertaining
to membership and fund raising.
Mr. and Mrs. Abe Barkan. Yvetta
Baxter. Yolanda Bernstein. Anna
Blaustein, Gertrude Cenzer. Her-
man Doych. Ethel Gitien. Max
Glick. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Good-
friend. Francis Cropper. Elsa
Kreut vr. Max Kunst. Mr. and Mrs.
Maurice Miller, Gertrude Phll'i'.'S.
Murray Rubin. Rose Schwartz.
Sam Sholes. Doris Silverrhan and
Lee Weger are on the new board
if directors. No officer or director
of the Association receives a sal-
ary; all assets are thus available
for use in aiding the needy. The
organization has a special emer-
ISADORE SCHWARTZ
bituarie*
arndt. Aaron, 92. Riverside. In-
terment Mi Nebo.
BARNETT. Aaron I... S3. B740 B W
19Ui Ter Riverside. Interment ML
Xebo
BERNSTEIN. Kate K S3. 1780 N.E
I8l8t si \'.\l B. Riverside.
BOGEN, .Max. Riverside.
feiger. Benjamin, :. I8S5 7th St.
Causeway Riverside
GOLDBERGER. Leo, 91, 7400 Ocean
Ter M B. Riverside.
HENRY. Herman, 75, J01 Collins
Ave .Mil Riverside.
millman, Meyer 72, 10955 s\v 4mh
Ter Gordon, interment Star ol

PERRY. Clara, 72, 1340 Drexel Ave.,
VI B Blasberg.
SCHRIER. Emma, 78, 1850 S K 169th
sr K.M.B. Btaaberg.
ANDERSON. Gertrude EL, si. lr.ji
Lenox Ave M B Rlv side
berenson. Phlneas, 81, 79*5 Wesl
I ir X Bay Village Riverside.
f-nk. Mores, 91, BS49 Byron Ave.,
\i i. Qordon
p ckholtz. Max 89, Ocean Dr.,
M B. Ww man.
Radin. Isaac, 79, BOO Weal Ave .
M B Riverside.
wetter. Benjamin, 84, 287 Collins
Ave., M.B. Qordon. Intermenl Mt
WIENER. Irene. 80, 615 Fifth St.
M B. Riverside.
MORTON. Caroline, 70, 8870 Flamingo
Dr M B Rlvi rslde
NAOELMAN, Paul, 66, 18216 X W
lTih Ave. Riverside.
ROSSMORE. Edward A 70, 2...... Be]
Dr., M B, Riverside Interment Mt
Xebo.
B-OOM. Max, 67, 17630 X.K. Till Ct.
Levitt.
COHEN. Celia, T4. 953 Collins Ave.,
\l B Blasberg
COHEN. Isador, 76, 4747 Collins Ave.,
.vt i; Rivers d<
cowan. .lean F. 74. 114s. Washing-
ton si Hollywood Riverside
EuLNER. Harold A 71, i""i Collins
M B. Llthgow 150th St -H.
} u ii ral Din tor. Interment
i Sinai
FOXMAN. Rose, 56, 1124 Ninth ,-:'
M I i:.\ erside
HERBACH. Max, 78, 775 X W 13th
Ave. Riverside
katz. Samuel, 76, '>--'" Collins
M B Bis
OSMAN. Arthur, 61, 50 S. Bth SI
x Vi' ilordon. int. rmenl S
David.
PHILIPS. Frank. 78, 16!..... X E. 14th
ay- Riverside
WAGNER. Florence. 64, 1692 Bar Rd.,
M.B. Riverside
DELIKAT. Walter. 72, 1>7"3 N.W. 10th
Rl Riverside.
heaney, Clarence, 68, 1830 Pine
Tree Dr., M.B. Blasberg.
prichason. Ross, 49, "'. '"- Byron
Ave., M B Riverside. Interment Mt.
N'ebo
SiLVERSTEiN. Joseph. 81, 7S4 15th
St.. M.B. Blasberg.
SINGER. Sadie. 7". 1051 Collins Av.
M.B Riverside.
watsky, Simon. 10200 E Bay Har.
bnr Dr Riverside
BEETHOVEN. N'ancy, 92, 16650 W
l ilxie lluy. Riverside,
freund. Jennie, 72, 8120 Collint
Ave., M i: Riverside
GRUNTHAL. Raul. 72, 1200 Wesl
Ave M B Riverside
JACOBS. Morris, 68, 5885 B.W tl
Ave Riverside.
JOLUDOW. Irving, 74. 5151 Collins
A i .\i B lordon,
karp. Philip, 7t, '."".. Euclid Ave.
Blasbi rg
KRITTER, O. 01......01 7th SI .
Miami Beach, Riverside
LEACH. David, 68, 1614 Wesl Ave.,
M B Gordon
MADALIA, Irene X. <".:>.. 11800 8.W
fifith Av.- Gordon
ROSENBAUM. Rone, B2, 2800 X E.
203rd St. River ide
WEISS. Sidney, 74, 1244 Marsailles
In- M.B. Riverside
The Family of
LOUIS BAIDA
acknowledges with grateful appreciation
the many kind expressions of
sympathy shown to them
in their recent bereavement.
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Israeli, American Jewry To
Be Topic At Temple Sinoi
Temple Sinai social hal! v..
the scene ol an Inti rnatl ma
CUSSion on Israeli and An
Jewry Sunday, beginning at S:13
p.m.
Participants in the discussion.
which will center around religious
life in Israel and the relationship
01 Jews in the L'nited Stat< to
those in Israel, will include Rabbi
Leon Kronish of Temple Beth
Sholom, -Miami Beach; Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley, Temple Sinai of
North Dade; Joseph Yanich, local
American Jewish Congress direc-
tor, and Yehuda ben Chorin, long-
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in need of small sums, and main-
tains a blood bank for its mi m-
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The Association's new ofl
and diri (tors will be formally in-
stalled Sunday. Jan. 18, In the
Auditorium of the Miami Beach
Fidi ral Bank.
Several Hew Films
At Local Theaters
A film focusing on the prol
connected with the "generation
gap" has begun it run at the
Carib, Miracle. U>3rd Stn >t. Twin
No. 2, Gateway. Qavic Blv
landale and Boca Ral n tros
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and Ten-st Wright
Maximilian Schelt, Dian Bakei
and Brian Keith are l\ a tun d in a
siiectacular view of the
tion of the volcano "Krakatoa,
Easl ol Java." showing at the
Miami. Dadeland's Twin 1. I
Parkway and Plaza Th< itres. "The
Gypsy Moths" a drama
arial acrobatic team which stars
Burt Lancaster. Deborah K rr and
Sheree North, is on the scre< ns il
the Palm Springs, C iral Para-
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As the Wind from the S a" is
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Sunset; "< 'hange of Halm with
Elvis Pi 'sley, Mary Tylei Moore
an i i Barbara McNair is it I
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Friday. November 28, 1969
'Jen isfi fkrtrdFiarj
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LETTERS TO THE EDIToK
are willing t-i s< !l their souls and i
|birthright back to Edom, just as,
ri.iT-^v^ m. ,.,.... Esau mjitok. rhe Jewish Honciian: th future of the American Jewish
i.ast i;tisuay, at the meeting of i mm nity, but he has even re- It is estimated that one million
the Dade County Hoard of Public sorted to devious methods unbefit- Jews, at least, would grab the first
,-truetion, 1 found abhorrent the ting to his calling. opportunity to leave the Soviet
. i;,- Lubavitchir I'.abbi, Union for Israel; there, they relish
I mas Vjleberniai,. of Ohev Sh^ His h;rt<1>-'n agenda is probably ..very littte morsel of Judaism they
..r. CortRtegation, who petitioned '' :> ':'s'" '" l!;uV ',u,,li<" funds for ciji coiue. upon here, false "so-
i. Rcard^of Public Instruction tt> LubaNltcher Parochial schools. His ..llrSljcation" ,. acquiescence to
jitrcdice prayer afiai-A. into the assumption may be that by the ^ tit.,n6iHi*-. made to Mpwipv
oi.!:o schools. introduction of prayer in the pub- ciaM materialism make people
. ^ir .. ,. .. 'ic schools, thfe wall of separation succurnb to the "kiss of Esau."
Jn suppoiting his request, he between church and 'state is brok-
,i li.rthe spurious relationship of en, thus opening the door to fed- I personally think that the only
^Increase of drug incidents eial aid to all rciigiods: schools to '] solution to the problem is for the
ni najrt 1-rayer was liminated from systi m. land; how< v< r, while Jews are still
ii choo!s. He made the specific among people of differerrtt cul-
qst that the School Board 0nt (!oes no* Question the right ture th must make vwry effort
Ire** the law" since the Supreme tc existence r the value of such to rta!i/-. the intrinsic worth of
oinH.had ruled that prayer in the schools, but one does question the th(,r own clllturc: we are .b-nei
-chools violated the Constitution. nit'h When the request was turned i to accomplish his aims, to say
.own, he suggested and the Board i no,hinE of his lack of concern
.ith the exception of Anna Bren- about thc P'n>on of his fellow
n< r Meyers endorsed a resolution Jevvs> nis '"sensitivity to other
to petition Congress to amend the : J< ws- and nls willingness to harm
Constitution permitting non-sec- i,,M? JtAvisn community and possi-
tarian prayer in the public schools. I bl-v tne Public school system in
i order to serve his own purposes.
Temple Israel Sets
A program of chamber music
will be presented at 4 p.m. Sunday
in the Nathan and Sophia Gume-
nick Chapel of Temple Israel of
Greater Miami.
The quartet of musicians, in-
cluding Mrs. Marilyn Samuels.
cello, Dr. Ledford Gregory, first
Musical Program
violin; Dr. Benjamin G. Oren. sec-
ond violin, and Dr. Ralph Kirsch
'viola, will present Haydn's Opus
! 77, No.l, and Beethoven's Opus
18. No. 4 in the first of a series of
I Sunday afternoon musicales in the
intimate setting of the Gumemck
I Chap. I, under the chairmanship ol
i Dr. Oren.
M. HOWARD
Miami
This presentation was made de-
spite the fact that I had conveyed
to him. prior to his making the
: equest, through his associate, that
ne was speaking in opposition to
the expressed sentiment of the
ommunity relations agencies in
the Jewish community, and that
he was opening a wedge in the
door to bring in other forms of re-
gious practices in the school sys-
tem, which would have a delete-
tious effect upon Jewish children.
When he was asked by a mem-
ber of the Board whether he rep-
resented the Rabbinical Group in
Miami, he did not respond to the
ijuestion but stated he was a mem-
ber of a national rabbinical group.
Since children of the Hassidic
community which he represents do
not attend the public schools.
Rabbi Weberman' comments are
greatly suspect.
Npt only does he seem to care
little about other Jews or about
WALTER /AMI.
Florida Area Uirrrtor
Amtrioan .It-wish Committee
EDITOR. The .Irwish Floridian:
Rabbi B< n-Hillei's comments in
"The Rabbi Speaks from His Pul- '
pit'* column of Nov. 14 are of fun- i
damental importance. They deliver i
a clear mi ssage to those Jews who |
GOING TO ISRAEL?
Miami Couple planning to
settle in Israel next year
would like te hear from othr
couple with like intention. Can
make investment in business
or would be interested in
forming small syndicate.
Phone 624-3091
FLORIDA VISITS '
& ISRAEL $
~ WINTER 1969/70 VACATIONS
ISRAEL
AIRLINES
for information:
VOLPE TOURS 1502 WASHINGTON AVE. 532-7326
To Friends Off The Jewish Home
(Douglas Gardens)
Please Help
Our Thrift Shop (7300 N.W. 27th Ave., Miami) urgently
needs your lielp NOW.
The Home's costs or* sky-rocketing because ol'steeply
rising costs. 117 nurses aides, orderlies, maids, porters
ond food service personnel had to be raisad from $1.15
to $ 1.50 per hour minimum.
This wage increase alone will cost the Home oh ad-
ditional $100,000 in 1969.
And we remind you that the Home's financial problems
ore aggravated because it gives the top admission
priority to the indigent 85% (188 out of 222) of our res-
idents are public welfare recipients.
The Home's deficit is mounting with frightening rapidity.
The Thrift Shop, therefore, must render much greater
' financial help to Douglas Gardens.
Yon can help the Home meet its growing deficit
and continue to give admission priority to the
indigent by contributing furniture, furnishings,
appliances, clothing, etc. to the Thrift Shop.
You con also be a great help by getting your neighbors,
. apartment, metal and hotel owners to contribute to the
Thrift Stop.
All contributions are Us deductible.
Phone the Thrift Shop at 694-2101 ond arrange fee our
truck to pick up.
Appreciatively,
AARON KRAVITZ,
JHA V.P. & Chairman,
Thrift Shop Committee
_=u_
JEWISH NATIONAL FUND STRENGTHENS ISRAEL


ATTEND THE JEWISH NATIONAL BANQUET
JOIN THE REDEEMERS OF ISRAEL
on SUNDAY EVENING. DECEMBER 28th. 1969.
at 6:30 P.M. FONTAINEBLEAU HOTEL
Border settlements for defense.
Roads oi borders for defense.
Forests for defesse.
load Betlomotioa.
GUEST SPEAKER: HIS EXCELLENCY. SIR BARXETT JANNER
SENIOR MEMBER BRITISH PARLIAMENT
SIR BARNKTT JANNER
DR. IRVING LEHRMAN. Chairman, J.N.F. Foundation
MAYOR JAY DERMER. President


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NOTICE UNDER
ICTITIOUS NAME LAW
E IS HKREBY niVKN thai
dei-signed, desiring to engage
under the fictitious name
BAN \ ''I ''!' TOWERS at
W. IS7th Bl Miami Intends
1.1 Maid name with the Clerk
Circuit Court of Dade County,
UTTH MIAMI HEIGHTS
II. AM) CAliANAS. INC
II 14-21-28 15 5
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKKIiV GIVEN tlnil
, .. ilersigned -it- i hi: to engage
bui :ivks under the fictitious name
CARIBBEAN VILLAGE at U4N
,- -7-1' St., Miami intends to rc-
-i. r said name with the Clerk of
Circuit Court of i'.u:. County,
londa.
CARIBBEAN VII.LACK CORP
11/14-21-28 12/5
t\ TeE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
[ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIOA.
No. 69-18832
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
llS GARASA
Ulfltltt,
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{ -.dant.
ttlU, MIRIAM garasa. residence
V n, ir* required to file your
#r to the complaint for divorce
the clerk of the above styled
Irt and Mrve a copy thereof
HERMAN COHEN ESQUIRE.
11 Congress ISJdg Miami, Florida
i r before December IS, 1969 or
complaint will be taken as con-
ed
" :i > November 12th. 19(9
K ft I.EATHERMAN
lerk of the Circuit court
1 :: MARGUERITE KENT
11 '14-21-28 18 "
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
TlOE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
nderslgned, desiring to engage hi
i hi. under the fictitious name of
tTI.E CABS al ";:..... South Dixie
pway, Miami, Florida, Intends to
ptei said name with the Clerk
Circuit Court of Dade County,
; I IN BOAT TR WEL. INC.
Bj : GORDON TAYI.nlt.
President
kAI.O K SCHWARTZ
Jrney for Applicant
Floor Dade Federal Bldg.
Florida 13131
11 1 I l'l -jv. |2 :,
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
EVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
|f.OHIDA, IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY.
No. 69-18479
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
IRK JEAN I'.ACT I ST 10
vy
v;k > jean BAPTISTE
1 nt,
ol.NAGE c JBAN BAPTISTE.
n nddi unknou n, are i -
d to file your answer t" the
I for dlvoi with : lerl
.ib ve ''hum and si rve n in..":. HERMAN COHEN,
10-11 Cong ess Bide. Miami,
'i. i'ii or before December 1 ".
< !- i omplaint w til be lak< a
or,fessed,
' l;i i November I96S
B It I.EATHERMAN
lerk of the Circuit ""Ui i
B) N A HEWETT
1>. I'Uiy Clerk
11 il-Jl-L'v. 12 5
THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIOA IN PROBATE
No. 85666
J lb- Estate of
Iwin gerichteh
> h eased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ml Creditors and All Persons Hav-
k ClKims or Demands Against Said
?late:
lYou an- hereby notified and requir-
" to present any claims and demands
Inch you may have against the es-
ter of IRV/IN OKRICHTER deora.-ed
lie of I null- County, Florida, to the
|>unty Judges of Ihide County, and
the same in duplicate and as
.o>..| in Section 733.18, Florida
l.uute.s. in their offices in the County
]"- i.'iium- in Dade County, Florida,
ft) in six calendar months from the
ef the first publication hereof,
the same will he barred.
fc.t | ol -November. A.P. 1!>S9.
JOSH HEPHUN
As Executor
h-'t publication of this notice on
Mth day of November, 19.
REl'HUN
ney for Executor
Washington Avenue.
0i I leach, Fla 33133
11 14-21-18, 12 .'.
[HE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 63877- B
Estate of
ANN MTER8
Based.
;e of intention to make
ication for distribution
And final discharge
'i: is hereby given that 1 have
.ai Report and Petition for
don and Final Discharge aa
fttratrix of the eamte of JULIA
fVKRS, deceased: and that on
del ..f December, 19(3, will
the Honorable County Judge*
County, Florida, for approval
[Final Report and for dlstribu-
d final discharge as Admlnls-
the estate of the nhove-
Ftle.edent This tith day of
er. 1989.
(signed)
CI-X'KI -IA MeC< iRM H 'K
Administratrix
IE. PAUL UKATTV
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA.
Case No. 69-18728
NOTICE OF SUIT
.11 DITH ARROYO GRIFFIN, ., k a
JUDITH HERRBRA,
i'laintiff. ,
IQNACIO HERRERAsnd
HERREHA, his ulic.
ii married,
Defendants
TO: IQNACIO HERRBRA
anil
H EUREKA, his wife,
it m.ii l-led
C o LYDIA PEREZ
4S West 47th Street
Basement Apt. No. 12
New York, New York
YOU, IUNACIO HERREKA and
HERRBRA, his wife, If
married, are hereby -notified that a
Complaint to Quiet Title has been
filed against you on the following
described property, to-wit:
Tract "H," Block 84, of Revised
Plat of Portions of Amended Plat
of Section 1. COUNTRY CLUB
ESTATES, according to the Plat
thereof, recorded In Plat Book
34, Page 39. of the Public Records
of Dade County. Florida, formerly
known as lx>ls SI. 52. Block 84.
of Section 1. of COUNTRY CLUB
ESTATES, according to the Plat
thereof, recorded in Plat Book
28. Page 11. of the Public Records
of D.nl.' County, Florida;
and you are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Complaint to Quiet Title on the
Plaintiffs attorney, RONALD L
DAVIS. ESQUIRE, 417 Biscayne
BuildiiiK, 19 West Plugler Street,
Miami, Florida 33139, Ilione 379-28S1,
and file the original .-.nswer or Plead-
ing in the office of the Clerk of the
Circuit court on or before the 12th
day of December, lsu'.-. if you fail
to do HO, judgment by default will be
taken uKainst you for the relief de-
manded in the Complaint to Quiet
Title.
This Notice shall be published once
each week for mur (1) consecutive
weeks in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN.
DONE AND ORDERED, at Miami.
Florida, this loin day of November,
1984.
K. B, LEATHBRMAN,
Clerk 'Ircuit Court
Dade County, Florida
B> MARGUERITE KENT
Deputy Clerk
n 'ii. uit Courl S< .ii i
II 14-21-28, 12 ".
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GITEN
the undersigned, desiring t" -\,
in busineai under the fictitious i
't RONALD TEICHNER. M n
8601 s W. 80th Bl 8 M ami,
83143 Intends to register said i
with the Clerk of the Circuit t
of Dade County, Florida,
HnXAlJi TEICHNER, M l> 1'
BPARBBR AN*D ROSKIN V A.
Attorneys for Applicant
urn Biscayne Blvd.,
Miami, Fla, 38132
11 7 14-21
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NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious nmui
Of ROSSY OF MIAMI at 839 S.W. 1st
St., Miami 33130 Intends t" register
said name with the Clerk < the Cir-
cuit Court "i Daile County, Florida,
I Al:l.< IS Rl IMERO,
Sole w ner
____________ 11/7 1 1-21 ;28
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 84953
In RE Estnti of
SARAH SHKLINS
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credlloi and All Pi i ~"ii Ha
ing Claims "i Demands Against Saul
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed :<' present any claims and demand!
which you may have against the es-
tate ol SARAH SHE1.INS deceased
late "f I hide County, Florida, t>> the
County Judges "i Dade County, and
file the same In duplicate and as
provided In Section 733.16, Florida
st,null's, in their offices in the
County Courthouse In Dade County,
Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first publica-
tion hereof, or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 27th
day of October, AD. 1969
RAUL D Al.TZMAN
Aa Administrator c.T.A.
First publication of this notice
the 7th day of November. IS4J9.
HENRY NORTON
Attorney for Administrator C.T.A.
1406 Biscayne Building
Miami. Florida 3313U
11/7 14-21-28
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85533
In RE: Estate of
RUKBEN E HEPBURN, a k a
Rl'KHKN HEPBURN
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and Hi pr*nn -
ing Cluims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claim* and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of RUKBEN E HEPBURN de-
ceased late of Dade County, Florida.
to the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in dupliiate and as
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statutes. In their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Fk'rida,
within six calendar months from the
lime of the first publication hereof
or the same will he barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this th
day of November. AD. 1969.
/al MIRIAM HEPBURN
As Administratrix
First publication of this notice on
the 14th day of November. 1969.
LOUIS l'ALK
Attorney for Administratrix
1003 Seybold Bldg., Miami. Fla.
11 14-21-28, 12 '.
NOTICE OF ACTION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No. 69-18535
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
DONALD KLEIN,
Plaintiff,
\S
NATI'GLIA KLEIN,
Defendant
TO: NATUfJLIA KLEIN
Residence unknown
You, N ATI til.lA KLEIN, nre here-
bj notified that n Bill "l Complaint
for Divorce has been tiled against you.
ami you are required t" serve a copy
of your Answer Bill "f Complaint on the Plaintiff's
atton v. s.t MI'EL K. SMITH. 1.M2
c'. i.ii.il Bank Bldg Miami, Florida
and file the original Answer or
Pleading In the nfl the I 'lerk "f
the i 'In mi Court on or before the
dnj "i I" mhor, I..... II you
fail to do s... Judgnv nt bj default
will be u for the
relief demanded In the Bill ol '
plal '
This nol Ii .' shall 1 i pul
< .' h M'eek for foui ecu
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
l"'\i: VND ORDEREM at
Plorids .this 6th day 'i November
A I 1969.
!: IJ I KATHERMAN. '
i 'In in: i 'ourt. I lade '< >uni! r
Bj C P VI IPELAND
Deputy Clerk
(I 'ircuit 'OUrt Seall
VON ZAMFT St SMITH
1512 Capital Hank BldK
.Miami. Florida 33132
Attrue> for Plaintiff
11 14-21 28, 12 :
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
H" undersigned, desiring to engage In
1 ii 'i der the fictitious name ol
AHNl HJJ > IF ITALY al 94 N E B2nd
Street, Miami, Florida intends to
register said name with the Clerk of
Hie Circuit Courl of Dade County,
Florida.
Coiffures By Mr Arnold inc.
AUNoi.ii si'XO, President
NEIL I'I. AX MAN
Attorney for Applicant
1012 Dupont I'la/.a i 'enter
.Miami, Florida 33131
I_____ II 21-211 12 5-13
; IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PnOBATE
No. 85426
JOHN R. BLANTON
In RE: Estate of
CEIJA STIASS.NY a k a
CECILIA 8TIASSNT
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
on
NOTICE UNDER
FICTI1 IOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tilVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to enguge
in business under the fictitious name
of CABANA GARDEN Al'TS. at
1J.4S0 S.W. 187th St Miami Intends
to register said name with the Clerk
of Uie Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida.
CABANA GARDEN Al'TS, CORP.
11/14-21-28 12 G
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 74591-A
IN RE: Estate of
SAM 1'INE.MAN.
Deceased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
Notice la hereby given thai .1
have filed my Final Report and Pe-
tition lor Distribution and Final
Discharge as Executrix of the estate
ol sam l in km an. deceased: and
thai on the Mli day of December,
1969, will apply to the lb.....rable
County Judges of Dade County, Flor-
ida, for approval of said Final Report
and for distribution and final ilis-
loharge as Bxecutrlx "f the estate of
I the above-named decedent This ;th
1 day of November, 1969
RUTH FINEMAN, Executrix
SPARBDR AND ROSKIN P A
Attorneys for Executrix
j mo North Biscayne Boulevard
Miami, Florida
11 14-21 38 12 .
IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85210
IN RE: Estate of
CECIL HOW EN. 8R
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of CECIL BOWBN, SK deceased
late of Dade County, and file the
ame In duplicate and as provided In
Section 733.16. Florldii Statutes, in
their offices in the County Courhouse
in Dade County. Florida, within six
calendar mouths from the lime of the
first publication hereof, or the same
will be barred.
Dated at Miami, Florida, this lith day
of November. AD 1!>6.
/a' BESS IB BOW EN
As Executrix
First publication of this notice on
the lith day of November, 1949
E. PAUL IlKATTY
Attorney for Executrix
1002 Sevhohl Bldg., Miami. 1'la
11 1,4-21-jv. 12 :.
IBEATTY
..Id Ruihling
prlda 33132
11/14-81-28, 12 i
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S34-29U
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
85356- Dow ling
In HE Estate ..f
I II INK I' ENGBL
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and ,\li Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Estate:
You are herebj notified and re-
quired to present any claims and
demands which you may have against
the estate of FRANK F. BNGEL
deceased late of Dade County, Florida,
to the County .lude. .- of Dade County.
and file the same In duplicate and
as provided In Section 782.16, Florida
Statutes In H.....11 s in the
Count] Courthouse In Dade County,
Florida, within sis ralendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or the same ih bi hi.rred
i.,:. .1 at Miami, Florida, this list
day of October, A D 1969
KSTIIEK ENf.EI,
As Executrix
First publication of thle notice on
the Tth day of November, 1969.
TALIA'NOFF & WAI.LEK
Attorneys for Executrix
420 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach
li 7 14-21-28
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THECIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-18285
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
Nt >EL FLETCHER HEHtNE.
Plaintiff,
vs.
FRANCIS BE4RNE,
gsasfesMsant
l' > KRANCIS BEIKNE,
72ii; Algard Str<
I'lnl.id, Iphla, Pa
You FRANCIS BBIRNE,
by notified that a Hill of
, for Divorce has been filed against
you, and you are required to serv. a
copy ,)f your Answer or Pleading '..
the BUI <.i Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney, (itHJ)MAX, GOLDSTEIN St
PACZIER 2401 West Flagler street.
Miami, Florida 83185 and file the
original Answer or Pleading in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit
Court on or before the mth dav of
December, 1969. If you fail to do so,
Judgment by default will be take)
are here-
Complaint
ii. Maims or Demands Against Said against you for the relief demanded
%"'! K MA ">' Bill of Complaint.
...i J h,.'r,'l>y "''tlfled and requir- This notice shall be published once
published once
each week for four consecutive Weeks
in THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this 3rd day of November
A.D. 1969.
E. B. I.KATHERMAN. Clerk,
Cttit Court. Dole County, Fl,,n
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may have against the es-
tate of CBLIA STIASS.NY aka
CECILIA ST1ASSNY deceased late
of Dade County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.10. Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the GOLDMAN, GOLDSTEIN
time of the first publication hereof, or & PACZIER
the same will be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 18th
day of .November. A.D. 1969.
Lire
By: C. L. ALEXANDER
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Courl Seal)
da
UITH GROSSMAN
BERNARD SINGER
As Executors
Fust publication of this notii
the 2lst day of November, 1969
FROM BERG, FROMBERG
St ROTH, P.A
Attorneys for Executors
11-102 Biscayne Bldg .
Miami. Fla.
11 21-28 I-'
-12
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 85639
JOHN R. BLANTON
In RE Ksi.it,. nf
JACK lEBAII >i:
I ..' ,,s. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Agalnsl Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and re-
quired t.. present anj Inims and de-
mands which you may hav< ng.....-i
he estate ..i jack GEBAIDK di -
ceased late of Dade County, Florida
'.. the Counts Judges ..i Dade County,
m d file the sam. in duplicate nud
as proi id. ,1 in Sei lion 733.IB, Plorida
rslnuiles, in their offices in the
1 nun I) Courthouse in Dade Com l>
i within six culendar mm th.
lime of Hi., firs' publ
hereof, oi ..ill be barred
" ' I.. \ ..' i .. loin i A.D
MOLI ^ fiEBAIDE
As Em in rix
tlon ol Mu- notice on
Ihi Til: daj of \..\, i
GALBCT and OALBUT
^ for l.'\,. utrlx
2 I" Fifth Stn
Miami Be...... I'! i Ida
ii : i4-:i-;s
NOTICE OF INTENTION
TO APPLY FOR CHANGE
OF NAME No. 69-17372
TO WHOM IT .MAY CONCERN:
Notice is given lhat the undersigned
Pi ui" :..is ABRAHAM .\l l-'KI.KI .-
.MAN. and SARAH FREEDMAN
whose residence address is on South
Shore Drive, Apt, 7 in the City of
Miami. Bade County, Florida Intends
o nppl) to the II......rable GENE
WILLIAMS. Judge of the 11th Judici-
al Circuit, in and for Dade County,
Florida at his office in the Count}
Courthouse at 1:2.'. P.M. on December
1st. 1969, or as soon thereafter as
1'elili......is may he heard, for an
order chaligiug Petitioners' name
from AltltAHAM M FREEDMAN to
Al.VIN FREEMAN. and SARAH
FREEDMAN, to SARAH FREEMAN,
by which Haute Petitioners shall
therefore be known.
Hated at Miami, Florida this 29th
day of < H-tober. I!i6.
ABRAHAM M. FREEDMAN
Petitioner
SARAH FREEDMAN
Petitioner
SAM W. KLE1NFELD
Attorney
11 7 14-21-2*
24"1 W Flagler Street
Miami, Florida 3313.-,
Attorneys for Plaintiff
______ 11 7 14-21-28
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 69-19098
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MI'RRAY SCHNEIDER
I'laintiff.
vs.
ESTHER KLEIN SCHNEIDER
Defendant.
I" ESTHER KLEIN SCHNEIDER
I St. Paul Court
Brooklj n, Ne York
You, ESTHEIt KLEIN SCHNEID-
ER, are hereby notified thai a Bill of
i ui'.I.urn i. uivon has been filed
against you, and you are required to
serve ll copj : jour Ansii, r r
Pleading I., ihe Bill of Complaint ."i
he Plaintiffs attorney, Ii.wid
THEOIXIRK BERG, i:s,.. .' mu.;, Dade
Federal Building, lot !: Flagler Streel
Miami, Florida 3.1131 and file the
'1 Answ .i ... Pleading In the
.line of the Clerk ..r the Circuit Court
on or before th< 2th dav ..f Dei i m-
ber, 1969. If you lull t.. do s.. |udg-
ni. in bj default will be taken ags
> u for the relief demanded m II
Bill "i Complaint
This notie. shall be publish) oi
each foui consecutivi
In THE JEW ISH FLORIDIAN
i,( 'NE AND HtDEKED al Miami,
i i da, tin.- 17th day of Novi n
A.D
E II I BATHER.M \\ I
Circuit Cou i, I'nunl), H
Bj MAItGIEIJITE KENT
Deputy l i
(Circuit Court Seul
DAVID THE" 'I iHE IIEItG ESI
l >n F< ih '..l Itu
-Mialii i
FB :- i
Attorney for I'll
11 21-28 12 -.-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
he undersigned desiring to i
.n busini -s under 111. fictltinus name
ol Bit's i| I I. a SOCTHERN A V ELEC-
1 ROMC8 at 390 N E. 67th Street,
Miami, Florida intends to register
said name with the Clerk of the cir-
cuit Curl of Dade County, Florida.
BROOKE DISTRIBI'TORS, INC
I I. a SOUTHERN A-V
ELECTRONICS
By:* Cesar s.in Roman
Cesar San Roman, Vice President
k< iVNEB, MANNHBIMHR,
GUEENKIEI.D CUTLER, P.A.
Attorneys for
BROOKE DISTRIBUTORS, INC.
I"" Duponi Plaza Center
Miami, Florida 33131
11 7 14-21-2S
ling,

NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
Of GINO MARINE at S70 S.W 12!'th
Terrace. Miami, Fla SS1U intends t..
register sa^d name with the Clerk of :
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Plorida
ECGENIO DIAZ MOLINA.
Sole Owner
li 14-21-28, 12 ".
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
In business under the fictitious name
of THE WICKER GARDEN OF
FLORIDA at ."" N. E. L.'.lh Street N
.Miami intend to register said name
with the Cl.rk of the Circuit Curt
of Dade County Florida
JOSEPH LANQ
ClwMRE LANG GROSSMAN
11/7 14-21-22
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 81174-A
IN BE Estate of
111 ci ARTNER,
I lei eased
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE is hereby given thai l have
filed Ihe Final Report and Petition
for Distribution and Final Discharge
as Executor of the estate of HUGO
ARTNER, deceased and thai on the
:.th da> of December, 1969, "ill apply
to the Honorable County Judges of
Dade County, Plorida, for approval
of said Final Report and for distribu-
tion and final discharge as Executor
of the estate of the above-named
decedent This 4th da> of November,
1969
KURT WE1.I.ISC1I.
Executor of Bstatc of
HUGO ARTNER, Deceased
KURT w'ELi.iscii
Al torncy
161 Alni.ua Av.nue
Coral Sables, Florida 33134
Phone 444-.v4s2
II 7-14-21-28
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FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
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the undersigned, desiring to engage
m business under the fictitious name
of MARLY'S DESIGNS at 64)8 s \\.
Mil Ave Miami, l-'la intends to re-
gister said name with the Chrk of
the Circuit Court ol Dade Counti.
Florida
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11 7 14-21-28
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"eJewish Floridian
Itiami Florida Friday, November 28. 1959
Section B
Secret Hangings In Iraq Reported
WASHINGTON (JTAi At
|i;i-ii four more Jews have been
lecretly hanged in Iraq during the
last month, Washington Post cor-
espondent Alfred Friendly has
eported from Jerusalem. Seven
tthers, he said, were *itIn r killed
11 prison or died there of mal-
l.. atment or torture.
I Mr. Friendly said his Informa-
tion was obtained from informed
:rccs in Jerusalem who have
pie names of most cf the victims.
t-. wspaper reports in Beirut last
lv. ek announced the execution in
'Baghdad of eight members of an
'leged spy network. The report
Identified one of them as Naji
Sa'ati. a Jew who was known to
have I) en imprisoned shortly after
the Six-Day War and has not been
heard fiom since.
"Informed sources here have
11 ason to believe Meir and Abra-
ham Sasson Abdo, brothers aged
j 63 and 59. ami another Jews whose
identity is not yet known, were
also among the group," the Post
; correspondent wrote. The names
of seven more Jews known to have
died in prison in Baghdad in the
last few months are also known.
Not known is which ones were
killed outright, which died of tor-
ture or who fell victim to the ter-
rible prison conditions," he said.
Iraq has been deterred by world
reaction from making its hangings
public, it is believed. But it is
thought to be using espionage as
a pretext for getting rid of its ad-
versaries. Sa'ati and the Abdo
brothers, who had been in prison
for more than two years, were
announced as members of a just-
uncovered spy network on Aug. 18.
tio To Discuss Crime And Cities
Sen. Robert Shevin, Miami Po-
lice Chief Bernard R. Garmire and
attorney Stanley Pre-d will address
Greater Miami Chapter of the
American Jewish Committee on
['Shaping a Safer City" at 8 p.m.
IV lnesday in the Dupont Plaza
Hotel. Barton S. Udell, chairman
3t chapter membership meetings,
paa announced.
Mr. Shevin. a magna cum laude
graduate of the University of Mi-
ami's Law School, is chairman of
the Florida Legislature's Select
Tommittee to Investigate Organ-
ized Crime anil Law Enforcement,
and is a sponsor of legislation de-
signed to deal with crime and vio-
l< nee in Florida; Mr. Garmire, who
came to Miami in June from Tuc-
son, Ari.:.. to fill the vacancy left
In the death of Walter Headley,
advocates new methods of crime
detection and m dcroization of fa-
cilities, equipment and techniques.
A former Municipal Judge of the
Village of El Portal. Mr. Prcd is
a board member -A the state and
local affiliates of the American
Civil Liberties I'nion.
Rosichan Speaks On 1970
The topic "Outlook of Jewish
Life in 1970" will be presented by
Arthur S. Rosichan, executive di-
rector of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation at 8 p.m. Tuesday.
when the' Cultural Group of the
I. L. Peretz Workmen's Circl
School meets in the Lyceum. 25
Washington Ave.. Miami Beach.
Richard J. Horwich, vice-chairmen of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation's Interim Budget Committee, is reviewing
report with committee members. Members pictured ar=
(from left, seated) rirs. Robert I. Shapiro, Richard J. Hcr-
wich. Arnold J. Ster:; (standing) Stuart Rothchild and Morton
Marcus.
Chief Rabbi Finds Obstacles
In English Judaism Concept
By SEY.MOl'R B. LIKBMAN
S luth Florida had a most dis-
tinguished visitor last weekend
labbi Immanuel Jakobovits, Chief
lAshkenazi Rabbi of the British
[Commonwealth, who was here to
peak at the Maimonides Award
II inner of the Southeast Region
the American Committee for
|S lare Zedek Hospital in Jerusa-
i Itabbi Jakobovits is a member
lol the International Board of Gov-
ors .f the hospital, Israel's
st Jewish medical institution,
which was foundi .1 in the 1880s
An enthusiastic report on the
h spital and its important work in
th-' fields of medicine, nursing and
the rehabilitation of civilians as
w li as members of Israel's armed
force! was brought back by Both
David Congregation president Sey-
m ur Friend, after he visited the
hospital while on a tour of Israel
this summer. Mr. Friend was this
year's recipient of the Maimonieles
Award at the dinner.
The Chief Rabbi, who was or-
dained at the age of 20 and held
his first pulpit shortly thereafter,
was called to be the Chief Rabbi
ol the Jewish communities of Ire-
laud at the age of 28, not long
alter he obtained his Ph.D. at the
I Diversity of London. He is recog-
nized as a leading scholar in the
various parts of halacha dealing
with the medical field, and has
written numerous books and arti-
cles On this aspect of Jewish law.
Rabbi Jakobovits finds his pres-
ent post, where he has c mpleted
lus third year, a challenge to his
ibilitics. He finds the insularity
of Engiish J way's thinking and
;h i, concept of the schule as a
: ice \ : isiv< I..- for prayer to be
obstacli s in hi fforts to reach a
. -mi a \ ibrant
force among the youth, to re-
interpret halacha i'i 20th century
terms an I I intensify Jewish edu-
cation.
The Rabl i i xpn ss i his c ncern
about the polarisation that has
Us. t Western civilization. He be-
lieves there are strong movements
to the Left and to the Right in all
phas s of our secular, political and
religious lues, and tTat the middle
sector is slowly disintegrating.
Moderation, he said, is having dif-
ficulty in finding accommodation.
While he is convinced that ortho-
doxy will grow stronger qualita-
tively, ami even quantitatively, he
1 deplores the fact that there are
some who will be lost to Jewry
due to their lack of commitment
and because of the illusory at-
tractions of the Left.
To st- m the drift to the Left
among university students. Great
Britain's United Synagogue tunre-
Continued on Pag* 15-B
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vjmisl- fhrSdHcur:
Friday, November 28, 196g
Happy reunion brings together Dr. Leon Kronih (left) and
Yehuda Ben-Chorin (right) who is the 1969 "Israeli in Resi-
dence" at Temple Beth Sholom in Miami Beach. Both at-
tended Hebrew school together 30 years ago in New York
City, but Dr. Kronish entered Hebrew Union College-In-
stitute of Religion and BenChorin moved to Israel as a
kibbutz founder. With them are Mr. Ben-Chorin's wife and
son, Baruch.
Lecturers In Or Olom Series Switch Dates
A change has noon made in the for a later date.
- ,,M ,. ... The lectures, proceeds of which
Hon. s first annual lecture series. *\ .,.
_. ... _.__. are earmarked for the t. mple s
Tiivi.l Susskind, who had agreed ..... ._. ...__"
,.,.... o, building fund, will take place m
to givT the first lecture Jan 21 au<)itorium of the ,. g^g
found a conflict in Ms schedule Scheduled to speak
aouI.1 prevent his being present T ,,,.
j 1 1 1 j Jan. 21. is Frank Mankuwicz. a
n tl-.at date, and was rescheduled -1.0 D i... t-,
_____________________________ former aide to Sen. Robert Ken-
nedy. Mr. Susskind will give the
second lecture in the series or.
Fib. 16; Pierre Salinger, who
gained recognition on President
John F Kennedy's Staff, will be
speaker March 9.
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Friday, November 28, 1969
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Auxiliary Installs Officers For 1970
Page 3-B
At the recent installation cere-
monies held by the Auxiliary to
the Florida Osteopathic Medical
Association in Daytona Beach, the
president of the Auxiliary to the
American Osteopathic Association,
Mrs. Marion Coy of Tennessi
served as the ..tailing officer.
The officers installed by Mrs.
Coj included Mrs. Morton Smith,
who has on the State Board
la ; asl pn sident of the Dad
Osteopathic Medical Association.
.-.< president; Mrs. Morton Terry
of North Miami, vice president;
and Mrs. Frank Barone of North
Miami, treasurer, Mrs. Leon Shore
Of North Miami Beach, Mrs. Fran-
cis Davis ol North Dade, and Mrs.
Howard Hattesen and Mrs. Donald
Farrow of Miami Shores, were
installed as members ol the exec-
utive committee.
Mandolin Ensemble Feature Of Club 2 Annual Concert
p'on< r W nen Club 2 will hold
its annual concert at 7:30
lay in the Miami r ach Fed-
oral Savings Hank. 755 Washing-
ton Ave.
The
fc ature

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When it's Hanukkah time...
Maxwell House belongs in the cup you serve
your guests and. family, For this is the
traditional coffee. An honor earned through
the joy its matchless ta'am has brought since
early in the century. Instant or Regular-
why not enjoy a bracing cup right now?
n ensemb)
r thi dii ction ol Samut
Kippel, with /ocala by So! Zwigei
and Club 2'a I >nt, France
Packar, .s< rvii istei of cert
monies will b Allen Dworkin.
SERVE THE CHEERING CUP THAT
SAYSHAPPY HANUKKAH
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Friday. November 23 19=9
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Dinner To Benefit Scholarship Fund
. 1 is expected ttract a 1
now has a L.800
ly to the scl

OS( AR B. SHAPIRO
Cocktail Party Kicks OH
Scholarship Fund Drive
A cocktail party honoring Mr.
and Mrs. Al Feiffer kicked ofl '
1969-70 Scholarship Fund Drive of
Oholoi Torah Day School recently.
Ike event took place In the home
of Nina and Jerry Schechter.
Sidney Stein, chairman for the
evening, was introduced by Morton
Mayberg. and presented with an
album of last year's banquet, at
which he and Mrs. Stein were the
guests of honor. He made the pres-
entation of the silver loving cup to
Mr. and Mrs. Feiffer.
Councilman Norman Ciment ad-
dressed the gathering and Rabbi
Shalom Lipskar presented a mes-
sage of thanks in behalf of the
children and faculty of the school.
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4 vi president Ui Hebrew
v. Mr. Schapiro. who
chairrean of I !11P-
nmittee an.', served -
scho tsurer, was honored by
the Academy in 1965 as a Guard-
ian of Torah" when he established
a scholarship. He has also been
honored by the Hebrew Theologi-
cal College. Skokie. Ill. and the
Mesivta High School of Greater
Miami A former treasurer of the
Kneseth Israel Congregation. Mr.
Schapiro is active in the Zionist
Organization of America and the
Israel Bond Organization.
Mr. Schapiro came to this area
when he retired in 1946. He had
been a resident ot Newark. N-J.
Several years ago. he established
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the sandwich, had
a big mouth?
No. He just knew good food and
was a natural matchmaker.
You can be too.
Just put your favorite
sandwich filling on any of the
August Bros, breads or
rolls. They're baked in an.
imported Israeli oven.
Mgfist
Bros.
ie$ August all year 'retmd
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yet so
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Every brt of its real Italian taam
gets into your mouth. Choica of
t~ -ee r>eat>ess sa^es: Meat ess,
Mjshroom. Marmara. Keep al
three on hand for tempting
variety.
HAVE SOME SOO*
Announc ing peanuts, cashews, mixed nuts-regular or
dry-roasted as only Skippy knows how.
Announcing dry-roasted nuts that taste fresher and
crunchier, right down to the last nut.
Announcing dry-roasted nut; w ith an excitingly
different flavor.
Yes, announcing new Skippy nuts. And you thought
we only made peanut bi


Fridcy, November 28, 1969
t'Jenisfi ffic/r/Wa/sn
Peg a 5-3
Temple Sinai Forum Begins
-Miami Beach attorney and Jew-
ish community leader Burnett
Roth, and Alcee L. Hastings. Fort
Lauderdale attorney who is a lead-
er in that city's black community,
kicked off the Adult Education
Forum series of Hollywood's Tem-
ple Sinai with a discussion of the
topic "Black. White and Jewish
Relations" Monday.
Attorney Mort Perlin. who is
chairman of the Social Action
Commitee at Temple Sinai, served
as moderator, and Rabbi David
fottion HtWI t <
Series Of Current Topics
Shapiro, spiritual leader of t
temple, commented on the discus-
sion, the first of several which will
deal with the important issues of
the times.
Dance At Miracle Lodge
The Gene Simms musical group
will entertain at a buffet diner-
dance sponsored by Miracle Lodge
321. F. and A.M.. at 7:30 p.m. Sun-
day, Dec. 7, in Kings Bay Yacht
and Country Club. Al Budner.
Chairman, is in charge of reserva-
tions.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Blank, left, and Mr. and
Mrs. Charles McKee greet Dr. and Mrs.
Henry King Stanford, in the receiving lino
at the Standard Club's fifth annual gala,
held at the Doral Beach Hotel recently.
Mrs. Alex Dellerson Begins Third Term Fun'Games Ni*ht *e-6
Mrs. Alex Dellerson will begin
her thiid terruas president of the
Lmeoir-Miamr*-P, Worn* n's League for Israel at the
organization's installation lunch-
ion in the Algien Hotel at 11:30
a.m. \\' Inesday. The luncheon will
a
a'sae
membership chairman, and Viola
Minkoff, corresponding seacMary.
cm. 'uii-auu.t. i in* iuiiciieon win
also n,.ik;Uic4m anniversary of I
the !- ;:'crie. -*
fnslallaliuii officer will be Edith
G iger Florida Regional Director
oi the American Friends of the He-
brew '.': ivi rsity. Dr. Abba Abrams,
a New York City rabbi, will be the
guest sj eaker; musical entertain-
n mi will !> provided by Ruth
Raffo, soloist, and Aida Yaslow,
I ianist.
th< officers to be installed in-
clude Rose Hochstim, treasurer;
iiith Kapell, financial secretary;
Yaffa Di rmer, program chairman;
Tanya IV ilshin. fund-raising chair-
man; Sara Chesli r, recording sec-
retarj lennie Diessner, life mem-
i rshi chairman; Sara Kunis,
The Breath of Life Chapter of
Children's Asthma Research Insti-
tute and Hospital is sponsoring a
Fun and Games Night in the Coral
Gables Women's Club Saturday,
Dec. 6.
Style Tillage
Thorn McAn Shoes
for men and boys
COME CHECK US OUT WERE ALL NEW I
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' YVcdni sday.
0f Irving Matlin. chairman of B'nai
Flags Given New Citizens
The South Florida Council ,
... ... ... ,.i I'.'rith Community and Veterans
I.nai :nti I.o; gos dtsti-ibut.d e ..' ..
Services, made the presentation at
400 American flags to as many tne Harvey Seeds Pos; of the
mwly inducted U.S. citizens on American legion.
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14 oz. Continental cookie
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Box of 48 Petit Fours, 3.50
Bag of Swiss chocolate
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fJenist) ftoridiiciim
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Jewish Floridian
Pcge 8-B
Filday. November 23. 1969
Brandeis Group Plans Luncheons
Members of the Louis D. Bran- IWrs. David Reinwald and Mis.
dels Group of Hadassah are map- Sam P.uban, presidium presidents;
ping plans for the upcoming "du< t aid Mrs. Bernard Upton, program
luncheons" scheduled for Dec. 13 chairman.
prui Jan. -'. Included In the plan-
The H nrietta Szold Day lunrh-
,-on will be held in the Fontaine-
.....-............. bleau H"tel at noon on Monday.
Washton. honorary vi.v president: p ,c j-, Tne birthday luncheon
ring committee are Elizabeth L.
Si inbach. chairman: Matilda
being sponsored for the 13th year
by Matilda Washington, will be
held in the Eden Roc Hotel Mon-
day. Jan. 26, as her "Bat Mitzvah"
Rhonda Butnick Plans
To Marry Joel Imbcr
The engagement of Rhonda Iris luncheon.
Butr.ick to Allan Joel Imbcr is p ,,, from 1)otn func.tins
bemg announced by her parents earmfkrked for the restoration
Mr. and Mrs Arnold Butnick. 14W qJ Mt gcopus HospUa, Jeru.
A Graduate .f Drake CoUeae salem" which was rcturncd to Ha"
A graduate oi uiau. i.oi..,.. ( the was IT.
Mr. !:'' : i- Hi.' son "l Mr. ami ,n~,
Rubin Imber. S571 SW 27th united June 9, 1967.
I
> uple plans to be married
in July.
Members cf Ner Tamid Sisterhood gather at
recent "Member-Bring-A-Membar" luncheon
at which 78 new members were indu
Pictured are (from left, top' Mis. Jac: i i
man, Mrs. Max Amhowi'z. Mrs. Harrv Kas-
tan. Mrs. Hannah Rcndman, Mrs. H
C'c7.er, (bottom) Mrs. Sidney Schwan, Mrs.
Aba Fogelman, President Mrs. la k Green-
Membership Chairman Mrs. M
S lwartz, Mrs. Jack Goldstein Mrs. Esther
G'.asser, and Mrs. Ella Chester.
Galil Chapter Plans Party
A Chanukah game and latke
I arty will tx- sponsored by the
.. Chapter, Mizrachi Women's
ani ation of America in the
ing Israel <>! Greater Miami so-
cial hall. 990 NE 171st St.. North
Mian I ach, at 8 p.m. Tuesday,
. 9. Proceeds will go to Miz-
rachi Women's projects in Israel.
'. rs. Stuart Gross is serving as
chairman.
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Friday, November 28, 1969
*Jenisii flcric/for,
Page 9 V
Irene C. Malavsky, Rabin's Daughter,
Marries RabbVs Son, Herschel Handler
wr
MBS. BEBSCHEL HANDLES
A dozen rabbi? were in attend-
I ce at modern and traditional
m i s unit ing Irene Carol
.i avskv and Herschi l Handler in
arriage Wednesday, Nov. 26, in
i ." Regency Room of the Diplomat
Hntrl in Hollywood, which had
sfontK d into a tx autiful
arl i fl >w( ra and gn ens for
Thi bi de's f. thi r Ral bi Morton
il is iritual l ader of
i : th Shall n. Hoi w i od;
i r iusI nd'fi father, Rabl I Jai o'o
. is pi of ssor i I si -io
I .:: i '"!! g and 9| h tunl
f Ti mple Beth Israel, in
evidence R.I, T u y co-offic I d
i it1: Rabbi TiborSti rn, Rabbi Shi-
. .'./ ilay, Rabbi Allen Rutchik
f-d Cantor Irving Gold in the
pen im ni< -. which were followi d
bj a il recei lion and dinni r
th< hotel's grand ballroom.
A: hi nor gra luate of the He-
1 w Aca h my of <;:< ater Miami
l I N Hi h School, Ft. Laud-
erdale I u n w Mrs, Handler is a
.'; d< in the combined program
(' < >ia i rail v and the
Jjwish Theological Seminary of
/..:?i-i-ica in mew York City. As a
member of th" senior class at Co-
ibia, she will be awarded a B.S.
gree ui June, and will receive a
hclnr of Religious Education
degree ftytm the Seminary in May
ol 1371. Her hi:shand. a graduate
(f Yishiva University, is doing
j ,idi:atc work at thi- university's
WeMZWetler School of Social Work
under a fellowship awarded by the
National Jewish Welfare Board.
He is working towards his Mas-
ter's degree in Social Work and
studying towards ordination, and
serves as youth director at the
Jewish Center in Laurelton, L.I.,
N.Y.
For her wedding, the bride chose
a formal floor-length gown of im-
port, d candlelight silk peau de soie,
with A-line skirt, long point-on-
hand sleeves, a sabrina neckline
trimmed with Alrncon lace and a
ivatcau train of French illusion ap-
pliqued with matching lace. She
carried a cascade of white roses
and stephanotis. and was escorted
i>: her parents down the candle-lit
, walk lined with foliage and floral
arrangements to the satin-covered
canopy. White roses, daisies and
! blue cornflowers carried oul the
| color scheme in the floral decora-
; lions on the platform.
, The bridal attendants" gowns
I were pale blue imported brocade
A-line formats with long sleeves.
ruff] d collar and cuffs, the em-'
I Ire style bodice marked by a band I
of royal blue velvet and tiny
matching buttons ontthc cuffs. The
bride's sis', is. Jrdith E. Malavsky
and Mrs. Yehuda A/.i!ay w ti her
ir attendants; bridesmaids In-
cluded thi groom's sisters, Martha
and Hanna Handler, and Ellen
Bluistone. The flower girl, Miss,
l b! ii Sluchak, toss, d white rose
tals from a blue basket with
whiti i "S < attached.
William Swai:/ > ei d as b< st
shi .- were Yehuda Azulay,
Sumncr Kay and Charles Stock-
holm. Master Jeffrey Kiijv was
i ingbearer.
AH i a honeymoon in the Ba-
hamas, Mr, and Mrs. Handler will
make their home in Manhattan,
N.Y.
Club Honors Life Members
Miami Chapter, Women's Divi-1
si in of the Amerttatn Society for
Technion. Israel Instituti of Tech-
no! gy. will honor its Chai or life
mi mbers, at a luncheon Wednes-
day i.i the home of Mrs. H. Frank-
lin Williams, who is chairman of
the life membership committee.
Auxiliary Marks Month's Birthdays
LEO HOHAUSER
PLUMBING
CONTtACTINC Ktpeiinne
I Serving Dad* Count 1 Oier 25 Year- I
|l*T1 S.W. 14th ST. HI 6-9904
JEWISH DIVORCEE
WITH ONE CHILD
Is interested in meeting with
people for companionship,
sightseeing, and conversation.
Write J.V., Box 2973, Miami,
FL. 33101.
* *
.Miss ANDREA KAUFMAN
June Wedding For
Andrea Kaufman
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Kaufman,
425 DiLido Dr., Miami Beach, an-
nounce the engagement of their
daughter, Andrea Lynne, to Jerald
Gary Carmel, son of Mr. and Mrs.
William Carmel, 8_v> 83rd St.,
Miami Beach.
Miss Kaufman, who is presently
employed as an optometric assist-
ant, graduated from Miami Beach
s, nun- High School and attended
Miami-Dade Junior ("oil Re and
the Univ< rsity of Miami. Her
fiance graduated from Miami
Beach Senior High School, and
received his B.A. degree in Psy-
chology from the University of
Miami. lb- is pr< sently a student
at the (ihio College ol Podiati ic
Mi dicine.
'I'lv roupli will he honored at a
cocktail reception in the bride-
elect's home Dec. 2S. which will bo
attended by many relatives and
friends, including Miss Kaufman's
i sister Margo, sister. Gail, and her
] 'ins! and. Jerry Weinbrum, brother
Stu and his wife, Darlene, Mem-
bers of tin Carmel family will in-
clude the future bridegroom's
parents, sister Linda, his brother,
Allan, and sister-in-law. Barbara.
his sister, Barbara Krakof, and.
her husband Richard, and Mrs.
Anna Hyman, his grandmother.
The wedding date has been set
foi June 27.
*
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A "Musical Night In Israel" will
highlight the next monthly birth-
day party sponsored by the Great-
er Miami Women's Auxiliary of
the Jewish Homo for the Aged at
2 p.m. Sunday in the Ruby Audi-
torium of Douglas Garden. 151 NK
52nd St.
The program of music selected
for the enjoyment of the home's
r Irving Pietrack Orchestra, Mis.
Louis Makovsky. program chair-
man, has annouiictd. Hosting thi
eel. bration of all birthdays occur-
in1; during the month of November
will be Mr. and Mis. Max Marek.
, life members, who are celebrating
their 30th wedding anniversary.
Special tribute will bo paid to
FURS
The perfect gift for
Chanukah!
Surprise >our loved one \>illi
an Adrian Thai fur!
PS. She has the privileqe of
making an exchange after Chanukah.
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The Opti-Mrs. Club of Miami
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finalize plans tor the fund-raising
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will have on Dec. 10. Proceed of
the l in lit lunch) on will go to aid
in the rehabilitation of emotional-
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)r. Diamond Named Educational Aide
ii{ '-'-3-
Temple Emari i-El's pn sid nt,
siph Cohi i has announced the
ftjolntment of Dr. Joseph Dla-
nond-jg"tducational consuliant to
Ihe I.cTirriKin Day School ami the
I ligious schools of the temple.
Dr. Diftmoin! who fur-tha. uuisi
I yean has Bervea ;is director of
lie Bureaa of Jewish Education in '
Toronto, Canada, and as dean of
|t ic Jewish Teacher's Seminary
Oholei Torah PTA To
Hear Dr. Joseph Berger
Dr. Joseph B rger, a psychia-
t st specializing in psychosomatic
cine. will addr. ss the break-
i ei ins; of the < iholei Torah
! : A at 10 a.m. Sunday. Dr. Berg-
an I Irtbpdox Jew. will discuss
ine of his main interests, Mar-
i >ne and the Parent-Child Rela-
i uship.
The breakfast h.-.s Men plannoil
lu givq parents an opportunity to
acquaint themselves with the
si liool and express their ideas and
opinions, Rabbi Sholom Lipskar.
principal, declared. Integration of
parents in the structure of the
school program is important to the
proper development of a parent-
child relationship, he added.
Mrs. Ella Blesofsky. Mrs. Rosa
Franco, Mrs. Cindy Vicciea and
Mrs. Pearl Shapiro are on the
lieakfast commitce.
"/.in'i Btc'ir for Ut SMllwIlf'
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which he had founded there, has
a< hieved an impressive record in
Jewish educational circles of the
United States and Canada and has
written extensively in the field.
Dr. Diamond received his Doc-
tor of Philosophy degree in higher
Jewish Studies from Dropsie Col-
lege in Philadelphia. He is a past
president of the National Council
for Jewish Education, a national
body of the professional leader-
ship in Jewish education, and
headed the American section of
Jewish Educators attending he
First World Conference on Jew-
ish Education, which was held in
Jerusalem In 19fi2. He has also
served as director of the renowned
Talmud Torah of Minneapolis.
Minn., and was director of the
Bureau of Jewish Education in
Rochester, N.Y.
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Members of the Women's Council of the
Israel Histadrut Council of South Florida
get together to plan a Chanukah party for
Thursday, Dec. 11, at the Coronet Hotel,
2001 Collins Ave., Miami Beach, in honor
of the 50th Anniversary of the founding of
Histadrut in Israel. Pictured are (from left,
standing) Mrs. Susan York, corresponding
secretary; Mrs. Harry Kastan, treasurer;
Mrs. Mcrris Kogan, vice president; Mrs. Sam
Feldman, program vice president; (sitting)
Mrs. Jack Wolfslein, president; Mr. Edward
Tumaroff, executive director of Histadrut in
South Florida, and Mrs. Tumaroff, Program
committee.
The week of Nov. 24-30 was proclaimed by
Metropolitan Dcde County Mayor Chuck
Hall (center) as Mesivta High School Week,
with festivities culminating Sunday night in
the Ninth Annual Scholarship Dinner at the
Hilton Plaza Hotel. With Mayor Hall are
(from left) Hyman Galbut. dinner honoree;
Leo Oster, Mesivta student body president;
Na;han Ginsberg, dinner chairman, and
Moses Grundwerg, president of the school.
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Representatives of the Miami Chapter of the Women's
Division of the American Technion Society, Mrs. Martin W.
Spector, president, (left) honorary president Mrs. Meyer A.
Baskin and vice president Mrs. David Sernaker, meet with
nuclear physicist Dr. Aviva Gileadi, who was a guest
speaker at the convention (second from left).
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Norma Frasher, director of the
Weight Watchers of Greater Mi-
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Tuesday noon meeting of Greater
Miami Chapter of Deborah Hospi-
tal at the Algiers Hotel. President
of the chapter is Mrs. Hannah
La VOUS.
JWV Auxiliary President
Makes Official Visit
Mrs. ZeWa M. Glass, pn sident
of the Ladies Auxiliary. Jewish
War Veterans, Department of
Florida, and Mrs. Max Kern, na-
tional Junior vice president of the
Auxiliary, are in Washington. DC..
tu athnd a meeting of the Na-
tional Executive Council.
Mrs. Glass has scheduled a Mon-
day meeting ol the advisory ex< cu-
live board at the home of Mrs.
Sidney Tragash, 3151 Sheridan
Ave., Miami Beach.
Tuesday. Mrs. Glass and her
staff will pay an official visit to
the Norman Bruce Brown Auxil-
iary 174. at their regular meeting
' place. 4601 W. Flagler St.. giving
a resume of the work done by the
JWV Auxiliaries. George and Kati
Graham will be hosts for the eve-
ning, in honor of their Golden
Wedding anniversary. Mrs Mae
Schreiber is Auxiliary president.
Saul Breeh Again Heads Luncheons
Cantor Saul Breeh ol remple
Beth Raphael, who serves asvice
president of the Miami Beach
District of the Zionist Organiza-
tion of America, and has been
chairman of the Luncheon Club
meeting Wednesdays in the DiLido
Hotel. Miami Beach, for the past
four years, has been reappointed
to that position. The Luncheon
Club begins its 23rd season at
12:30 p.m. Wednesday.
Jacob C. Fishman. who served
as chairman for a number of years,
has been named honorary luncheon
chairman. Dr. Abraham Wolfson
will continue his practice of re-
viewing current events at the
weekly get-togethers.
Guest speakers al the opening
on will be Mortimer May. a
Lincoln Chapter To Meet
Every member will be honored
>t the regular meeting of the B'nai
B'rlth" Women, Lincoln Chapter
L288 in the Club Room in the Low-
er Lobby of 100 Lincoln Road at
1 p.m. Wednesday. A special Cha-
nuktth program will be presented.
Dahlia Dancers To Perform
The Dahlia Dance Group ol
Hashachar, formerly known as
JToung Judaea, will, for the second
consecutive year, give a Chanuk
nerformance for the senior citi-
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Dec. 7.
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>lusical Program By Itablii Silv
S tmuel M. Silver, ra lio
i'ity from
rd, Conn., where he is the
:id>r of Ten-' le Sinai
leal rogram at
towing tin open
i the Sisterhood
i. in,);. Uca< : l Or ater I:.
- ..iii be ma-i.. on ih re,
"ii-'i oonvi ntlon' ol the
| niffli of American Hebrew Con-
ins which took place in
ni ); .rii al the board mi et-
I'im al 9:30 a.m.
J rome Rado is the
sides) ui Ti-mph' Israel's Sis-
hood:
i'hc musical review to bo pre-
ited by Rabbi Silvi r and his
a concert pianist who gradu-
al from the Juilliard School of
lusic. is entitled "How To Enjoy
is Moment," In addition to his
ither interests, Kabbi Silver is a
;umnist for a newspaper.
Luncheon reservations may be
ade through the temple office.
OT Jack Filosof Succeeds Dr. Simon Wilensky As Chaim Greenberg President
Dr. Simon VVilensxy, who has
si rw d as pn sidenl .it the Chaim
Greenberg Branch of Pi
:.; bor Zionist Oi lion of
Ann rica, tor the past VI years,
has annoi need his i tirement from
'. al offl .
Al ,. me the audtro; im
Wi shingtoi Ii ral :
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- nday at 8 p.m., ins gue-
ss r Jai k Filosof, and a new
ti of officers will bi install) d.
rd Gingold w] I the in-
:ng Oifici i : chairman of th
ii- will be Manny Burst
Entertainment will lx> pro', hi
1.. i: ina Bailin, w ho w ill sing
>1 i iati sell ct on ol songs ai -
panii d by Helen Skolnik al :
RABBI and MRS. SILVER
Hospital Auxiliary Meets
Dr. Milton Grossmann, director
Of pediatrics for Mount Sinai Hos-
pital, will be guest lecturer at the
si mi-annual meeting of the Mount
Sinai Hospital Auxiliary in the
Wolfson Auditorium on Friday,
Dec. 5.
Sing-Along Planned
An evening of entertainment. i
eluding a Sing-A-Long led by I "
1 antor and Mrs. Richard Browdy i SOCIOl Evening Planned
and a skit presented by the Ladies
Dramatic League will be held in
tie auditorium of Temple Zamora,
4< Zamora Ave., Coral Gables, at
7:30 p.m. Sunday under the spon-
sorship of the temple's Sisterhood.
Proceeds from the social eve-
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B'rith Women 1016 at 8:30 p.m.
Sunday in the Ivory Tower of the
Saxony Hotel will be used for
B'nai B'rith charities.
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1/2 CUp HELLMANN'S'BEST FOODS
Real Mayonnaise
3 tablespoons cold water
Mix flour and salt. Blend in real
mayonnaise thoroughly with fork.
Sprinkle water over mixture while tossing
to blend well. Press dough firmly into ball
with hands. Roll out between 2 sheets of
waxed paper. Continue as directed below.
( Hellmann's, Best Foods mixes in easily,
makes a soft dough that's specially eas)
to handle.)
Cornish Pasties
1 2 pound boneless beef stew meat,
cut into I/4-inch cubes
1 small peeled raw potato, cut into
1 4-inch cubes
1 4 cup finely chopped onion
I teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon dried parsley flakes
1 H teaspoon pepper
Dash thyme
2 tablespoons water
Dash Tabasco
1 recipe Double Crust Mayonnaise
Pastry
Combine firstl| ingredients. Divide
Mayonnaise Pastr) into 8 portions. Roll
into 5 inch circle between 2 pieces
of waxed paper. Peel off paper. Place
scam l 4 cup meat mixture in center of
each circle. Fold up sides; seal b> pinching
edges together across top. Place on
ungreased baking sheet Bake in 400*F.
ihot) oxen 25 to 30 minutes or until
liglitly brown. Serve hot or cold as main
tourse or as sandwich. Makes S servings.
Rum Walnut Pie
1 recipe Single Crust Mayonnaise
Pastry
1 4cup Nucoa margarine, melted
' cup dark corn syrup
3 4 cup sugar
I tablespoon corn starch
! 4 cup rum
.- egg:. well beaten
1 cupcoarsel) broken walnuts
Roll dough to 12-inch circle between
2 pieces of V axed paper Peel oil paper.
! '. ce dough in 9-inch pic p..n: papei side
: Peel olf paper. I it dough loosel) m
pan I rim and flute edge, then mix
margarine, corn syrup and sugar in
>an. Blend com starch anil rum:
stir into sugar mixture. ( ook over medium
eat, stirring constantly, until mixture
comes to boil and boils I minute.
Gradual!) stir into eggs Mix in walnuts.
Pour into pie shell. Hake in 350 I .
(moderate) oven 45 minutes or until
tilling is set around edge and slightly less
set in center. Cool. Makes 6 10 ? servings.
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Friday, November 28, 1969
KREDRIC SHAW
Fredric, the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Shaw. 1615 SW 90th Ave.,
v.ill become Bar Mitzvah Satur-
day morning, Nov. 29, at Temple
Or Olom.
An eighth grade student at
Rockway Junior High School, the
ci 'brant, who plays clarinet in
'his school's bam). iai been award-
ed a trophy in basketball at the
YMHA.
Both the Ones Shabbat follow-
- ici and
Ki Id B i alter th woi
services on S will be h st-
. ;-. i-
... ...
Bii r : -
i dr. and Mrs
N '- .1 is y, F .ii.
giandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Sanii
Rimer of New York, and Mr. .
Mrs. Alex Zakarin.
* *
MICHAEL SOI'LE
Michael Frank, son of Mr. and
Mrs. George H. Soule, 3301 SW
lfith Ln., will celebrate his Bar
Mitzvah at Beth David Congrega-
ation Saturday morning. Nov. 29.
The cell bi ir.t an eighth grade
student a u loan Junior
High Sen he plays cor-
John F. Kennedy Junior High
School.
Following the services, a recep-
tion in St< ven's honor will be held
at the Deauvillc Hotel.
Helping Steven celebrate the oc-
casion will be his grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Altman. and
Mrs. Bertha Weinstock of Miami
Beach.
.* *! *
( HAR1.ES B1ESSER
Charles Jonathan, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Nathaniel Si sser of
Ana Terner Richard Brusch
witz of Hialcah; Mr. and Mrs.
Gerald Lebowitz. Columbus. Ohio,
and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Ktrn-.er
of New York.
*
RICHARD BRASCH
Richard, the .-on ot Mrs
Brasch and Saul Brasch, became
Bar Mit/vah in > i r< mi PS 1
na.i Sonle Charlea s,,-ns.t smart Weintraub Mm Weriwtock
- ,~,, u"^nuK^Tnhhi The celebrant will be honored at
Abram aftends Nautilus Junior an,! at a dmner and In ception Sat-
Hi^h School, where he is in the urday evening in the temples so-
eighth grade. dal halL________________________.
'"''' : v-!! ln' Bar Thursday, Nov. 27, at Tei
Mitzvah at Beth Torah Congrega- qj0_
. Nov.:
stu-
i i ,. Junior
: atti the Pre-
it. Harold
. Roll Si Beth
Torah.
Frlends-'and relatives, many ol
them from out of town. v. ill at-
tend a umii. r-ici, ption hosted by
S' parents in his honor at
Richard is
>r :
s
The Ki Bar
and a i
*nd Thanks nno at their
lay ning was >-' -
In I

ed by Richai.!'< mot
honor.
Attending tv f stivitics
!he Fonta.nebleau Hotel Saturday Mg .,,, .. (,n,,,h. .._
Beatrice Sa Its dlose h iba I,
the late Irvine Sachs, was I
known for '-:., t In va
Robert, the son of Mr. and Mrs. jc.wjsh or a J,
iimanuel Ross. 18125 N'A" 42nd PI., | *
will become Bar Mitzvah Saturday I MAB4 ^iOss
morning', Nov. 29, at Congregation Thursda i _. Nov. 2", .-
lVnai Rapha.:. i Temple N ra I Ma' Toiins
ROBERT ROSS
.
Greeky, Pa.
. on Saturday, Dec. 6th from 2 'til 5 P.M.
Cj Pont Plaza Miami
39 years of personal supervision by the same fami
Hlfh ; ZJSSEZ, A student at Congregation B'nai\nn of Mr. and Mrs. Morta
/tn ^'!',,',iBeth Raphael's rel.p;,-^ s,r,el for five GosS; 802: :.
1 -'k!; : "::*yT^ **. *>*** *" continue his re- Bcach, wi!: ... .. [it.v8
Michael ili honored at a
i -ptioi ill bi held in the
ne ol nal grandpar-
, ts. Mi ai I Julius Spector.
Among Iping him cele-
. th > will be his
, ternal tits, Mr. and
: Iwa S iuli, also of
B imi.
HAROLD tORADESKY
ligious education, joining the Con- Marc at 'nds N Tamld P.-
ttion Class. A member of the j ligious School bi I .- a si idem at
Boy Scouts, he is an eighth grade i Nautilus .' n >; High Sell
t at Carol City Junii r High where he Ls a I the
! ami plays iii.";t in the i C! :b.
I's band. a Kidd : Ln ol I le
Robert's parents will co-hos1 the j brant foil >w. I s -rvices.
Oi j Shabbat following Friday Out-of-tov ;ts included his
night's sen-ices and the Kiddush great-grandfatri Louis Gold, his
dng the ceremonies Saturday | grandpar Irs. Mary Goss,
hold a rec ption in his honor : ancj m!S r uf Baltimore,
ln the congregation's social hall Md., and M a I Mrs. I. Shoe'-1
SaWt lltaM laff
Jmimlo.., Po C* 4-2100
(OWIN I HUSHIII <
KAftVIN I. SLACK
TIB S. lflH
^ Marvin B/ocl, director of Pine Forest will he interviewing A
f prospective campers from Deeemfcer 3 to B and coif j^
N be contacted at the Beau (tivoge Hotel, Miami Beach. ^
LEGAL NOTICE
ol Baltimop' a. Miami Beatfh.
*
STEVEN KLEIN
Steven L., the son of Mr. .
Sat : Nov. 29, dur-
ing the s it Beth Torah Saturday evening.
' ,n ;. :' ci. ih>- sen of Among the guests at th< festivi-
Mr. and I Goradesky of ties "ili be Mr. and Mrs Bazil
North ..:. ., .. will become Gasparo, the celebranl I rnal
I a Mi / i grandparents, from Ni rk; his Mrs. Bernard A. Klein, 1764 CI -
Hai :ade student paternal grandfather, H. Rosen-j land Rd.. Miami Beach, will >
at John F r. Junior High zw ig, from Miami Bcach, and Bar Mitzvah at Temple Ta d
School, atti >ld Wolk Re- Stuart Levitt, from New Jersey, Saturday evening, Nov. 29.
ous Scl re le plans to Steven is a studnnl at Nautilus
tinue his J ducation. ALAN SPAIN -Junior High School aril attends
A r held in the, Alan, the son t: Mr. and Mrs. Ner Tamid Religious S ^iooi.
brant's
at his home.
Morton Spain, 1121 NW 182nd St.. I The celebrant will honore i at
Among th.' honored guests will be v.ju celebrate his Bai Mitzvah at a reception in thi Cari on Hoi
grai iparents, Mr. and Mrs. j Congregation B'nai Lapha I Sat- Miami Beach. Saturday night.
Samuel Goldstein, and Mrs. Tessie urriay morning, Nov. 29.
Goradesky. An |gj,tn gradc honor student
at Norland Juntos High Sc-hooi,
Alan, who plays on the Optimist: Mrs. Sigmund Weintraub, will be
Harriet, the da. ghti I of Mr ar.d footba.. team, has been a student called to the T:r?,r. as a Bar Mitz-
* *
HARRIET BEBCHl't K
STCART WEINTRAl'B
Stuart Robert, son of Mr. and
Mrs. B- rnrd B- tchuck of Nortii at Co-gr Miami Beach^will observe her Bat
Mitzvah at Beth Torah Congrega-
tion Fiiday evening Nov. 2X.
Harriet is a studt-nt at Harold
Wolk Reiigious School, where she
will continue her Jewish educa-
tion, and an honor student in her
eighth grade classes at John F.
Kennedy Junior High School. She
is a member of the Future Teach-
i is of America.
Mrs. Get rude Liebross, Harriet's
grandmother, is expected to be
among the guests attending th.
a -remonies.
*
MALRY ORl ND.MAN
Maury, thi / Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Gnu North Miami
Beach, will I lil ;vah during
the Ber\iccs Sat laj morning,
Nov. 29. al I Congrega-
tion.
Ma ir>' atl nnedy
3 nior High Scl is
in the seventh rrade,
Folio .
parents will host a
honor at theii
STEVEN \\ ri\sT()( K
igjous School/five years, and will
continue his relteious education in
the Coft(q;matiofi class,
T!vph^B Shabbat after Friday
night's services as well as the
van Saturday. Nov. 29, at Tt-r-^plf
Emanu-Ei.
A student at Tc-: Emarn>EI
S<-hool, where he was president of
his graduating class. Stuart is in
thp eighth grade at Nautilus Jun-
Sti ven, th- and I
A k Weinst North Mia >?d i
Beach, wl j honor.
; paternal
Kidrfusfi 6n Saturday will be co- icr High School,
hosted bp i'"x celebrant's parents > Immediately after the worship
in his imivw -and they will hold a service, the celebrant will be hon-
reception Sui lay .'njng at the ored at a Kiddush in the Nevher-
Seviile Hotel. land Hotel. A reception will be
Attending tl \ celebration will heid in the Fontainebleau Hotel
be Alan's i iternal grandmother. Saturday evei
Mrs. Fanni Bernstein of Miami; Stuart's grandparents, Gecrpe
Mr. and Mrs Albert Laskow and Cohen and Mr. and Mrs. Abraham
M and Mrs Jack Arshen from Weintraub, will be among those
New York ity and Mr. and Mrs. present to help him celebrate the
Ja '.: Bernsl tl I I i Maple- event.
. N.J.
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la N'o 29, Jeffi the
so : ": a i M lai i m,
ith Hial il II]
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ibba ig the
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lii his
IN THE CO.'NTV JUDGE'S COURT I
IN A'VD POR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PRCBATE
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KATH IMSK MSTB1N
KATE I-. UBRNSTEIN,
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Tt> All Crcditi and v'
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'
/notified and n quir-
ed to | i in and de-
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KATE 1-3 BHRNSTETN di
ed iU' m| ] i lie i'- mntj K orld......
cuiii- :u i.. of Dade County, and
file the Rame In i?up] ite and aa pro-
vided in Section 733.16, Florida Stat-
utes, in ili^ir offices in il.r County
(VturthouHe In Dade County, Florida,
within BI* i..!f!.lir montha from the
time of the fIr.-1 puhl,. Mini .r.-
or the Mftnt^ will \h harr^d.
!\,t<-i] at Miami, Florida thi! rtih :
da; of November, A 1> IMS
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whtw acajusTT-.-.N i.tp^eiN
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f*-Vt*VaUi.-r.^i.'of this noti-
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PRnFESBIONAI- ASSOCIATION
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St
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i ni; hi. maternal
ANA TKRNKR
Rabbi Ma Vbramowltz will
officiate P iday vering, Nov. 23,
when Ana. the daughter of Mr. a: I
Mrs. Salomon T rner, in to
Bai Mii :vah al T mplo I .....rah
Ana is acth in the SI
Com i i0, [{jjji,
' is a
grad' .
'i mor t! i .
e 'brant iell following
U : i .. ,
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' i -son of Mi a I
S -gi tis, 911G 1
son Avs i Beai h, will be-
'' :''' S tl I iv morn-
'. 29 .i (ring C ..,
NCT'CE Bv PutSciCATION
IN THE C'RCL'IT COLRT OP THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF Pi-ORIDA. IN AND FOR
CADE COUNTY IN C-ANCE.HV
No. fo.iw.r-
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otificd that ;i Hiii of i rtt foi
' ha ne< i Nli I asalnat ,i
'J I u n quired to .- rvi .
our A net r Pleading to the
liil .i ron .
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, ""' fore the 31M .1 ,v of
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Happenings
The Voiuik Artists Buroqur
So letj presented a musicale in
which Sti7i Seitmon, oboist, and
Robert >!.!{<> nol.is, trumpet t
\ lists, Sunday in Miami
Lutbi ran Church.
A viol | arty for Miami
I.iy Dernier was
held at 801 Mi ridian Ave. Tues-
day evening by the. senior citi-
zens who had supported hnti in
his bid lor reeleetion.
a
Louis Ossiwtky,. Jr., of Or-
mond Beach was among those
attending th* annual meeting of
the B'nai K -.::- YoOtri/Oomrais-
sion igo recently. Thr:
Commis&iO! it thi uolicy-making
body 01 th. B&tOi

South Miflrf,] rouncilrnan Kd
Bramhon has rx^n nasvd local
chairman oi th* Certified Public
Aeeotintajit-v ('omrmuiity All aim
Committee a r.atioruide orga-
nization deotgned to ctirourage
- rit; gTO -' to enter the
CPA '.:< id.
a
At the national convention of
the Bank Public Relations tad
Marketing AsMK-Ui'-on ..t vM
a H t< I, tin <" ("
. ..: i :n its excellei >. I
Publii Ri lations category 'i '
awarded to Fidelity N kOeaaJ
Baak. It was r. a tved bj
Carlos l. *r-
boleya i latu
av ards banqui t.
. tu
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTiCE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAM? i-aW .
NOTICE JS MKHKin "
: underainud, di alrli < < .
I.....loaa und. r the fi Ul "I-'k''
WPX3TCHB8TBH MFH>1 "'' "",,'
u TN Coral Way. Int mdn i ;'' .
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Circuit Court of Dade County. I i "
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r, November 28, 1969
*Mwisii ncrktian
urt Attack Fatal
Julius Rosen, 50
Page 15-B
Chief Rabbi Finds Obstacles '^'; A,,u rican
In English Judaism Concept
JULIUS J. ROSEN
(li-js Jack Rosen, who with his I
iflx r, Leonard, built the Gulf j
i-rican Corporation into the na-
bn's lurgest land sales organiza-
Y In less than 10 years, died
Iturilay afternoon after suffering
| In-art attack. The 50-year-old
rrtising and sales pioneer, a
kivE of Baltimore, had recently
lit a new home on North Bay
nil, Miami Boach, and was be- \
|ning to make Miami Beach his
of operations.
I
fulf American, which had built
Coral, near Fort Myers, and !
lied projects near Naples. Kis-
| lee and Everglades City, was
by the Rosen brothers to the .
n ral Acceptance Corp. in 1968.
| ling| at that time included
' hundred thousand a.n s of
i Florida land.
I'-Hinder, ol the Truman Peace
| and din ctor of Boys Town,
si n actively supported the
i Jewish Appeal, Bunds
i he Hobri w A< adi my
n.\ other charities.
Rostn is i \if\ w i d by his
i' : his daughters Edith
i Sui Lisa Beth and
Kllen, his brother, Leo ird,
i SyUia Sandier.
\ rside Chapel was in charge
cal ai rangt m< nis. funeial
wi re held Mondaj in Gar-
Md.
[vices Held For
i. Friedman, 80,
licei were held Wednesday
jilliam Friinlnian, 80, father
rtKr Milton Friedman. Mr.
nan. who came here from
fork City 44 years ago, made
MM at 1335 Sorolla Ave.,
Gables.
founder of Sholem Lodge.
[B'rith. and a pioneer mem-
Beth David Congregation,
["rjcdm'an also held member-
9 the Hibiscus Lodge, F. and
the Order of the Kastern
land Mahi Shrine.
| addition to his son, Milton.
^riedman is survived by his
|Janet; a daughter, Mrs. Ros-
Sutta of Coral Gables; a
. Mrs. Rose Benjamin of
fcl.vn, N.Y.. and five grand-
Iren.
i.i-uun Funeral Home was in
V of arrangements; Inter-
[ in Mi. Nebo c\ mi tery.
Camjly is observing Shiva at
ne '! Mrs. Sutta, L335
h \ve.
Continued from Page IB
lilted to tin lay group of Americas
conservative movementJ has ap-
pointed a chaplain to Die Jewish
students at Oxford University, he
said. Britain's United Synagogue
consists of the rabbinate, the
"dayanim," ritual slaughterers, the
"mohelim" and other religious
I functionaries, and the lay group.
1 the Jewish Board of Deputies. The
| Chief Rabbi operates through the
I United Synagogue, which rapre-
I s< nts the largest group of Ashke-
j nazi Jews in the British empire.
There are other Liberal, Reform
and Hassidic groups among the
Ashkenazim, he said. The Sephar-
dim. who are free of dissident
movements, have their own Chief
Rabbi.
Rabbi Jakobovits hopes to make
adult education a part of the ac-
tivity of the affiliated synagogues
and bring afternoon religious
schools and an increasing number
of all-day schools into their scope
of activity.
The problems of Jews' College,
the seminary for the training of
orthodox rabbis and ministers,
have been increased, he said, by
a decrease in enrollment, and the
need to find a new principal. The
lack of properly trained and quali-
fied personnel in all levels of Jew-
ish life in Kngland - as religious is alarming and ifa>
account In pan for the drift away
from Judaism Jn-some of the
youth, as well as for the fairly
high rale of intermarriage, he
said, noting a decrease in the num-
ber of students studying for the
rabbinate or teaching profession.
Stating his belief that in our
permissive society ii is necessary
i to make communication relevant
in order to serve as a bridge from
ritual and halacha to the prob-
i lems surrounding us, the Chief
Rabbi declared that solutions can
be drawn from the treasures of
Jewish knowledge of which the
masses are ignorant. Lacking the
knowledge of our sages, he said,
the modern Jew "looks elsewhere
for solutions to the problems of
race, abortion, transplants, pot.
autopsy, international conflicts and
homeless Arabs. The principles in-
volved in all these problems are
discussed in our Talmud. Youth
can find satisfactory answers to
the questions that Inset them if
the subject matter is presented to
them in 20th century terms." he
declared. "The role of politician
and statesman can also be learned
by Jews who would broaden their
understanding Of Jewish knowl-
edge and intensify their commit-
ment to the faith."
The Israel-Ami rican Dialogue to
' be held at 8:15 p.m. Sunday in
! mple Sii ai of North Dade, will
be cosponsored by the ten
the An 1 i ic in Jew ish 1
gll ss.
Dialogue parti ipants will in-
clude Yehuda ben Chorjn., Ameri-
can "kibbutznik" who has lived In
[sra< I 30 .wars; Rabbi Leon Kro-
nish, national vice presidenl of thi
I American Jewish Congress; Rabbi
Ralph P. Kingsley, spiritual leader
of Temple Sinai who is a mem-
j ber of the South Florida Council-
American Jewish Congress; David
Hccht. Miami-Dade Junior College
student who studied at Tel Aviv
University last year, and Yosef
Yanich. executive director. Ameri-
can Jewish Congress.
Among the questions to be dis-
cussed are: "What Can Israel Say
1 to American Jewry?" "What Can
American Jewry Say to Israel?"
"What Things Divide Us?" "What
About Aliyah?" "Are Americans
Really Wanted In Israel and Can
They Make the Adjustment?"
"Can Israel Turn On" American
Dialogue Sunday
Ji wish Youth?" "Is the Future for
Judaism Brighter in Israel or in
Am lira'."'
Tuesday Eve Series Opens
A 7:30 p.m. Interfaitn dialogue
between Ral bi Solomon Schiff, di-
rector of 1 h. Gh ater Miami ,1. w-
ish Chaplaincy Service and Rev.
Luther C. Pierce, executive seere-
tarj of Greater Miami Council of
Churches, will begin the Tuesday
Evening Cultural Lecture Series
next week in the Ida M. Fisher
Community School. 1424 Drexel
Ave.. Miami Beach. Dr. Bea John-
son is chairman of the series.
Festive Music At Meeting
Festive Chanukah music will be
provided by the Kibbutnik Group.
composer-pianist Shmuel Fershko
and Leon Segal, cantor, author and
lecturer, at the 7:30 p.m. Monday
meeting of the Brandeis District.
Zionist Organization of America
in the Washington Federal Audi-
torium. 1133 Normandy Dr.. Miami
Beach.
Members of the Women's Division of the Greater Miami
Jewish Federation ampaign Cabinet hold their first meeting
on behalf of the 1970 Combined Jewish Appeal Israel
Emergency Fund campaign at the home of Mrs. Jack Katz-
man. Pictured are (from left) Mis. Lawrence Heyman, mem-
ber of Miami Beach Area Board and chairman of Benefac-
tors Division; Mrs. Katzman vice president of Women's
Division of CJA-IEF campaign; Mrs. Morton Hill, chairman
of Patrons Division, and Mrs. Morton Silberman, chair-
man of Initial Gilts Division.
WE MOIKX
THE SUDDEN PASSING OF
JULIUS ROSEN
Our Viee Vrvsidvni
Slav his family Im I'omfordcil
amoiBg (ho mourners of Zion
ami *Vi*iiKai THE HEBREW ACADEMY OF GREATER MIAMI
THE HEBREW ACADEMY P.T.A.
THE HEBREW ACADEMY WOMEN

HEDMAN
SO, .i 1 ; Sorolla Ave
aura) Mon. Mr.
ban been a resident here
' l>aal 41 ji-.ns coming from
Hi -v.-i, h foil liter of Sholem
'i B naj U'rith, :, Pioneer ol
* i>nvlil Cong a member of the
ua 1 ndgi F&AM, 1 IKS and
J I I Shrine He i.~ win ^ Ived lij
* ."'- -'.m.l. ., .-,, Judge Mill..11
1 : .1 daughter Mr.-.
1 SulIn of Coral Oablea; :i
Mr*. H,,SI. it,...;.,,! ,,( u.....|,.
"i Bad :. .grandchildren Ber-
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BIG BUY

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FOOD FAIR BONU.S SPECIAL!
f AVI 22c
Campbell's
TOMATO
10vQZi
CAN
LIMIT FOUP. (4) CANS, PLEA If WIW
OTHCH PimCMASES OF S5 O" MOM .
EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
couec-e inn
Tomato Juice Cocktail
: 39c
Libby's Bartlett Pears 49c
SAVE 4 bMSl ANl
Chase & Sanborn Coffee
SAVE 8' -BONUS SPECIAL!
$1M
Trrmrrr
TEA BAGS
SAVE 0
Mazoia Corn Oil
SAVE 8C-BONUS SPECIAL!
NESTLE'S "ORIGINAL" EVEREADY
COCOA MIX
INSTANT
Seafood S FLORIDA CAUGHT
MACKEREL
39
LB.
SAVE 16 -BONUS SPECIAL'
SIMPLOT FROZEN
TRI TATERS
BIRDS EYE FROZEN
VEGETABLES
I 0 OZ PKC .
49
JAPANESE STYLE
. DANISH STYLE
MEXICAN STYl_r
SPANISH STYLE MTOLCY
. BAVARIAN STYur
BEANS & SPAETZLE
B4V. FROZE". I NSv.EE'EnED
Grapefruit Juice
rnATunrs effective FRI., nov. 23 thru sun
EXCLUDING KOSlirK MAKKETS
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. NOV. 30 AT ALL FOOD FAIR AND mMMCH'l
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Food Fair beef is quality beef .ho. mokes itself known by tende, juicy, flavor
TOP U.S. CHOICE
SIRLOIN
STEAKS...
T BONt STEAKS.....
CHUCK STEAKS.....
PORTERHOUSE STEAK
TOP ROUND STEAK .
RIB STEAKS.......
CLUB STEAKS.....
1
USOA
DOCE
**19
L S
CHO'CE
lb
$|29
69
$139
$129
99
$119
PAIR
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$439
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QUANTITY RIGHTS RECHVCt>
SUPERMARKETS
Somc MERCHANTS
GREEN STAMPS......
THEY RE A wrLOoME HELP
FOR HOLIDAY GIFT GIVINf-
ORfIN '.TAMPS
lb
CUBE STEAKS...... s119
DELMONICO STEAKS $159
LONDON BROIL . $129
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$159
$139
$109,
$129
$129
$179
$139
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ROUND ROAST-------
RIB ROAST......
CALIFORNIA ROAST
BJY THE PART* YOU LIKE BEST. KIVCM FLA.-CA. GRADE 'A'
|kB0tf FMSH 69
PARTS icn> i REA3T WITH RIM \ THIGHS. DRUM4TICX* LB.
SELECTED WFSTERN
HONfTYSUCKLL" QUICK FPOZEN
WITH
GRAVY
FOOD FAIR BONUS SPECIAL!
SUNSHINE KRJSPY
NABISCO PREMIUM
OR KEEBLER ZESTA
SALTINES
1 LB.
BOX
FLAVOR-K 1ST
SALTINES..... ^oLx
LIMIT OME BOX EITHSR BRAND. PLEASE ,
WITH OTHER PURCHASES OF S5 OR MOPE
EXCLUDING CIGARETTES
FOOD FAIR BAKED GOODS
M .: C FAIR FAMILY LOAF
WHITE BREAD
[ KING SIZE 49b ^lP
LCAvr.s ^r
BEEF PA 5M5S?w 39
LIVER......... 59c TURKEY 9*7
fUW MAM a *(.'.!.. (Of OtfAif" 00iC HOItl /*
Lean Ground Beef.....3-$l69 Chuck Wagon Steak ,/T
Party Ring
Apple Strudel
t*9
.GTS
SAVE ON THESE QUICK-TO-FIX ITALIAN FOOD IDEAS!
.59s
49
SAVE 4< -PASTA ROMANA (ALL CUTS)
SPAGHETTI macaroni...:^
SAVE 4< -BUITONI (ALL VARIETIES)
SPAGHETTI SAUCE 43
CHEF BOY-AR-DEE CHEF BOY-AR-DEE
Spaghetti W4ZCHCEENSE 39< Roof Ravioli 4caV
CHEF BOY-AR-DEE CHEF BOY-AR-DEE
m ..IWITH MEATBALLS "f B, a'...--------------- 40-OZ .
Spaghetti 4o-oz.can #>' lasagne.......can
SAVE 14c BONUS SPECIAL'
FOOD PAIR CREAMED
Cottage Cheese
49
Borden's Cream Cheese
SAVF IOC FLO-SUN
40-OZ.
.... .CAN
ORANGE
(cans
SA'/E 17< -BONUS SPECIAL!
VALLEY STREAM FROZEN
ASPARAGUS
SPEARS
TOP QUALITY INDIAN RIVER
SEEDLESS
Grapefruit
GARDEN FRESH CALIFORNIA SNO-WHITE
CAULIFLOWER 39
TOP QUALITY DEL MONTE OR CHIQUITA
GOLDEN BANANAS 12
25
JUICE.....OUARTCOHT 2TC
- -. Duel"
Sour Top -** /c. 25:
Corn Oil Margarine -' 43
SAVE lOc-BONUS SPECIAL!
MASTER'S
YOGURT
PLAIN
CR
TLAVORS
2 19
Service Z>elic&teAAt*
TOP QUALITY INDIAN RIVER
I "H >tt. C l
II -I AT i U ICfl
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98C VALUE
BAYtK BOTTLE OF
ASPIRIN 100 TABLETS
sl.49 VALUE-BONUS SPECIAL!
LISTERINE
MOUTH WASH
JUICE ORANGES 10 39' r.sc,l.< "
TOP QUALITY LUSCIOUS
69 D'ANJOU PEARS 2 39
SAVE 16< -BONUS SPECIAL!
KITTY SALMON
FOR CATS
6-OZ. .
CANS .
SAVE Sc- BONUS SPECIAL!
EASY OFF
OVEN CLEANER
-OZ.
PRAY CAN
Hoagie Sandwiches
Turkey Pastrami
APPETIZER BONUS SPECIAL!
89:
f. 33
r. 69:
SAVE 10-INTERNATIONAL KOSHE*
GRIDDLES rL
SHOPPING AT FOOD FAIR IS A HAPPY TIME !