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

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Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

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

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iJewislli Floridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
v oiume 4i
(Number 22
Miami. Florida. Friday. May 31, 1968
Two Sections Price 20c
AJCommittee Joins In New Christianity Study
NEW YORK (JTA) Two re-
-earch studies on the issues of
whether Christianity promotes re-
spect and friendship between
Christians and Jews or whether it '
u.-tead fosters hostility and op-
presslon will be started soon in
Catholic universities in Louvain
.Mid Rome in cooperation with the
American Jewish Committee, it
A.J.P. CONVENTION
Press Cited
As Jewry's
Vital Link
CHICAGO (WNS) -The Jewish
Mes- is the only hope for reaching
nd educating vast numbers of
Vmerican Jews who are today
ibysmally ignorant about their
wn community as well as Israel."
Philip M. Klutznick. prominent
lewish leader and former interna-
:ional president of B'nai B'rith.
declared here at the 25th annual
convention of the American Jewish
Press Association.
Counseling the Jewish press to
be more probing and to show cour-
ageous concern for the problems
affecting American Jewry. Mr
Klutznick warned that "ignorance
ot our present-day American Jew-
ish community can destroy it even
i! we master all of our past history
contained in the Bible."
The convention concluded with
adoption of a series ol resolutions.
among them one calling attention
to the dangers of anti-Semitism
"from the right or left-wing ex
tremists."
At the same time the parlej
tailed for increased aid to Israel.
The association also recorded sat-
isfaction with the statements of the
lariQus presidential candidates
ledging aid and assistance to is
rael.
Adolph Rosenberg, editor and
publisher of the Southern Israelite
'I Atlanta, Ga.. was reelccted
president and James Wisch of the
Texas Jewish Poet, Jules D. Miller
' the Philadelphia Jewish Ex-
inent and Joseph J. Cummins ol
te Los Angeles B'nai B'rith Mes-
:e; were named vice presi-
its. Albert W. Blum ol the Pitts-
lewish Chronicle was chosen
-cretary and Milton Firestone ol
the Kansas City Jewish Chronicle
lected treasurer
was announced here this week.
Plans for the studies were out-
lined at the b'2nd annual meeting
of the AJCommittee by Philip E.
Hoffman, chairman of its execu-
tive board.
One studj will deal with per-
sons In Frarue and the French
ipeaking sections of Belgium,
Switzerland and Canada. Ii will
be started shortly by vthe Socio-
Religious Research Center of the
Catholic University of Louvain in
Belgium. Mr. Hoffman said.
A similar study, focusing on
Italy, will be made by the Leonard
M. Sperry Center for Intergroup
Cooperation at the Pro Deo Uni-
versity in Rome.
He also arnounced completion
of earlier AJCommittee.sponsored
research programs, in which schol-
ars at the two universities studied
Catholic school textbooks used in
Italy, Spain and French-speaking
countries fer teachinqs likely to
evoke hostility toward Jews.
The Sperry (enter textbook
study will be published in June in
Italian, then in Spanish and later
in Engli.-h. The Louvain study, in
French, is also being prepared for
publication, he said.
He noted that the connection be-
tween anti-Semitism and specific
religious beliefs has been stuJ'ed
previously in the United States
but added that this was the E rsl
Continued on Page 7-A
TALKS MUST COME FIRST
Cabinet Settles Dispute
Over Withdrawal Issue
PHILIP *. KLUTZNICK
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israel's
coalition Cabinet reaffirmed this
week Israel's position tnat it would
not withdraw from occupied Arab
j territories in the absence of a
peace treaty and that such treaties
U. S. NOT INCLUDED
Sharp Increase Noted
In Support For Israel
could be achieved only through a draft which was rejected by In-
direct talks. rael and never sent to Than:
The Cabinet al-o "noted" a re- The controvers) stemmed from
port by Foreign Minister Abba a belief here that while Israel in
F.ban on foreign policy matters, terpreted the Nov. 22 resolution
thereby in effect endorsing Eban's ; as a basis for talks leading to an
policies and tactics in the argu- agreement, the Arabs demand
ment "implementation" meaning Israeli
A political controversy (level withdrawal without prior talks,
oped in Israel in connection with Tne tabjnet statement followed
a letter which an Egyptian govern- ,wo davs taiks between Prime
ment spokesman said was sent on Minister Levi Kshkol and various
May 16 to United Nations Secre- Ministers. It was a compronw
tary General U Thant by UN. Mid- wjt|, Iht. (;aha| Herut-Liberal par.y
die East emissary Guunar Jarring, which was critical of statements
The Cabinet formally dissociated nv Mr Eban and Israeli UN ,.
itself from the contents of the vov Yosef Tekoah that Israel ac-
TFI. AVIVContributions u i-
rael from Jews all over the world,
but excluding the United States,
have increased twelvefold since
last June's Six Day War. Dr Israel
Goldstein, chairman of the Keren
Hayesod, disclosed at a press con-
ference here Keren Havesod is
the fund-raising arm of the World
Zionist Organization.
Dr. Goldstein said that tin1 great-
est monetary increase came from
the 770.000 Jews of continental
Europe, who contributed 17 time-
more than they had in previous
years. This was followed by a 10-
told Increase, marked throughout
the rest of tile Western world, he
said.
Dr Goldstein declined to state
the figure or the percentage of in-
crease troin the United States. He
said that the number of cor'rib-
ulo's bad more than doubled in
the past year, however.
la m my co intries, almost 45 per-
cent oi the Jewish population made
con ributions and in some coun-
tries In percent came from non-
Jews. Dr. Goldstein said lie thought
there were good prospects for a
. I percent increase in contrlbu-
letter in which Dr. Jarring pur-
portedly informed Thanf that
Egypt and Israel had "indicated"
to him their "acceptance" of the
Nov. 22 Security Council resolu-
tion ard their "intent" to devise
an arrangement under his auspices
to implement the resolution, which
established his mission.
Mr. Eban told the Cabinet that
the letter, insofar as it purported
to give Israel's views was not
binding on the Israel government
and that the letter had been only
*
cepteil the Nov. 22 resolution as a
basis lor peace. The Gahal position
was that Mr. Eban should not
have authorized the Tekoah State-
inent without prior consultation
with the Cabinet, rejecting h;s
contention that there was not
enough time for such consultations.
Later, the Foreign Minlstrj
affirmed Israel's acceptance of the
Nov. 22 resolution. A Miriv y
spokesman .said that the May 1
Continued on Page 2-A

DR. ISRAIL G0LDSTUN
.mis this year over last year.
Asinthepast year. Dr. Goldstein
pointed out. thi' campaign will be
assisted by prominent speakers
from Israel, including Ministers.
members ol Knesset, high ranking
army officers and mt mbers oi the
Jewish Agency Executive.
Especial!} encouraging, he noted,
was iiic [act that tile (undraising
record of Jewish communities out-
Continued on Page 6-A
Israelis Reject Council
Resolution on Jerusalem
JERUSALEM UTA) Israel
reacted with bitterness and dis-
appointment this week to a Se-
curity Council resolution which
called on Israel to rescind the
unification ol Jerusalem.
The 13-0 vote ended almost a
month of desultory sessions of the
Council called initially in April at
the request of .Ionian to seek to
bar the annual Israeli militar)
parade last Max 2 m Jerusalem.
WORLDWIDE DEMONSTRATIONS
Students In Thirty Lands Protest Soviet Bias
INDON .JTA. Demonstra-
I demanding an end to the re-
"i Soi lei Jewi y took
!> ace si I;out ol Soviet embassies
and legations in more than 30
countries, from Finland to Costa
' :'jis week :i> thousan I ol
-'. lents observe I internal nal
itj With Soviet Jews Day,
I j the World Union ol
: Students.
\ th de n mstr
i ^ ied
- .....
was reported by .Michael Hunter,
world lairmaii ol Ihe Union, lie
said ihat the .-indent bodies of 45
universities and colleges in Eng-
land part cipated Ove 400 tele-
rrams were ad Iressed to the So\ iel
Embassy, to UN Secretary-
Genei al l Than! and to the ( om-
munist Partj ol Great Britain.
AHho-. h d:rected against the
USSR, the demonstrator; were
cined by left-wing societies and
(VM Wffll Commu'vst ;:^?s .Mr. Hunter sj .;
'I'., reaction of So\iet officials
varied. In London the Soviet press
attache made an unprecedented
television appearance in debate
with one ol the cochairmen of the
Inter-Universit) Committee on So
viel Jewry, :< sponsoring organiza-
tion lb' claimed that there was no
discrimination against Jew- in Hie
So\ .et Union
But m Lausanne. Switzerland,
Soviet o i ui oi their
. tear up placards car-
trators
solidarity with Russian Jews
In Brussels, members of the
rightist anti-Semitic group, "Occi-
dent" threw a gasoline bomb at
the building where a press confer-
ence was beir j held by the Be'/jian.
Commission for Human Rights
and the Anti-Naii Organization.
Je i i-h .-indents de nonstrated
in front of the Soviet Embassj -,u
'he West German capi i
a delegati in >; five .i- id
Ontinu*d on Fi?i 12-A
Foreigr Minister Abba Ebn
told a press conference that Israel
wcjld continue its policy of main-
taining a unified Jerusalem ard
would stand by is plerVje to giv>
each religious group free access r
places in Jerusalem it considers
holy. He said this was "a promise
no previous government of Jeru-
salem hjs ever made."
lie called Ihe t ouncil resolution
"a dark chapter in the moral h i
torj e| Ihe United Nation.-.
said the Council had never .:
cized "a :g i ssion against the p i
ulation ol the city, against the >.
.. and religious institutions i
it ami against the sava je teat ii ;
awaj ot J( us from the place
consider holiest the v., i
'A nil "
He stressed ilia: Israel's p
remained unchanged in support >f
tlie peace mission ol l \ -;.., i
envoy Gunnai ;. n in establ -. I
bj ;i Security ('oun .1 No* -i
ilution, .in l that Israel i
continue to suppoi I \li Jarrit i
efforts to end the Middle : .i
, onfl i
The U-iited States and Canada
C?.-.tincsd or Pi^t 2 \


Page 2-A
> J&* i it fkrrtnr
Friday. May 31. l%g
Withdrawal Dispute
Settled Bv Cabinet
Conti.MMd from Pet* V-A
-Mitten: h 'he resotatioe m
by Mr Tec.-^-
: i po.r::n at '
he Irael z -% err eM "
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bur a, ma-
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had r*pot**d
Vi*''e Prtmif Levi Es*-
:el rejected any Middle East set-
II iSret-ih guarantee* by tte
Jnited Nation* or from foreiean
ountraes or ny ottier "nebulous
rrrAneaements" and insisted that
rner was no svostrtvte Is* en
-pen peace treaty achieved by
iirect talks ber*e*n Israel and
he Arab*.
The Premier poke it 2 Labor
- the
t large .
large and
Israelis Reject Council
Resolution on Jerusalem
Ceeriiltutjd 'rum f-age 1-A
ss-amed frem eeHfkJ en the rt-so-
m -- eh *i sponsored by
-f star and Strtegal, Britain,
= rnce ano Demnarli ioi."* S*H Sc.. Jn-Or in yotir.g for it.
T'ne re*o.ut:o-i sd Secretary-
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fJenisti fleridliiam
Paqe 3-A
'Slight' Enrollment Decrease Noted
In Miami Area Religious Schools
Total registration for the past
school year at the Jewish schools
of Greater Miami and Hollywood
shows a slight decline, according
to figures of the Bureau of Jewish
Education released this week by
Louis Schwartzman. executive di-
rector. The decline is reflected in
a decrease in registration at the
One Day-a-YVeek schools.
The total registration in pre-
schools, Hebrew departments, and
One-I)ay-a-Week departments of
the forty schools was tabulated at
11.541 students. 162 students less
than registered in 1966-1967 when
the total appeared as 11.703 stu-
'tents.
The total unduplicated registra-
tion of the two years shows a de-
cline of 423 Students, from 11.039
in 1966-1967 to 10,616 in 1967 1968.
with duplication of this year total-
ing 925 students compared with
864 students in 1966-1967.
The figures confirm that more
students are now registered in the
joint program of both afternoon
,nd Sunday school departments.
Tin' slight decline in registration
is reflected in the One-Day-a-Week
schools only, with a decrease of
! 228 students to 5,618 in 1967-1968
\ from 5.846 students in 1966-1967.
The afternoon schools show a
' slight increase in registration of 77
ifrom 4739 students to 4806) and
the pre-school departments show a
slight increase in registration of 9
pupils (from 1118 students to 1127).
The more intensive afternoon
schools also show an increase of
! 155 in the number of girls regis-
lered (from 1483 to 1638).
The number of boys registered
in these schools declined slightly,
by 88 students, from 3256 in 1966-
1967 to 3168 students this year.
Girls registered in the One-Day-a-
VV'eek departments declined slight-
ly, 49 less than the previous year;
with the boys registered in these
schools declining to a greater de-
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LOUIS SCHWARTZMAN
Zvi Lurie Dies In
Tel Aviv At 62
TKL-AVIV (JTA) ZVi Lnrie.
head of the Jewish Agency's Or-
ganization Department, died this
week of heart failure. He was 62.
Born in Lodz, Poland, he came
to Israel in 1925. A member of
Kibbutz Kin Shemer, he was a
leader in the Mapam Party.
Mr. Lurie was a member of the
Vaad Leu mi (Knesset Israeli, the
organizational framework of the
Palestinian Jewish community,
during the British Mandate. When
it was abolished in 1948 and a pro-
' visional council of state was form-
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' was a signatory to the Declaration.
! of Independence.
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declared. scholars after the First Century.
Cochin Jews Seek.
Resettlement in Israel
NEW DKLHI (JTA) Emigra-
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the final curtain on the 1.900-year,
old Jewish community ol Cochin
in the Indian state of Kerala.
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left of the community, which dates
its settlement in India from the
time of the destruction of the
Temple in Jerusalem by Home.
Elders of the community recent-
ly petitioned authorities for per-
mission to transfer its a>setsholy
scrolls, books, liturgical objects.
-.; nagogue fixtures and religious
ornamentsto Israel. Their peti-
tion noted that the transfer would
permit the Cochin Jews to con
tinue living as a community in
Israel,
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DtVtoe revelation, no single nation can claim
the Tarah for itself alone to the exclusion of
ether nations.
The ethical and moral teachings of the Ten
Commandments were proclaimed to all man-
kind to serve as an everlastinq guide to human
welfare and happiness.
U.S. Envoy To Poland
In the course of centuries of din'om-rc-' th
row of an ambassador has evolved into c
routine function that often has little to do with
the caliber of the person holdir-.q the post.
Despite the importance oi international re-
lctions in our time, ambassadorships are dis-
tributed in most countries bv means that are
open to question by serious students of political
tnence although in a few cases legitimate
c:vil service procedures are employed.
So it was a few weeks aao that a career
Ciclomal. Horace Phillies, was named bv the
Eritish Government to serve as cmbassador to
Saudi Arabia.
Trouble began however when word act out
that Phillips was born Jewish. The Saud>s re-
jected the appointment. The cpoloaies of the
Eritish Foreian Office to the effect that Phillips
was a practicina Christian did not help.
The entire incident raised serio-.ie questions
although the racist anti-Jewish policies of the
Arab states were lena known.
What, however, of the reaction of the British
Foreign Office in offerina the explanation that
Phillips was not a Jew?
Actually, the British action was little dif-
ferent from the Dolicies generally practiced bv
OUT own State Department.
For years, cur Government has catered to
Arab bics not only in the diolcrr.ctic field but
c;so in conductina the ocerations of its military
establishments in Arab cour.'rles.
The State Department has always exerc =d
extreme "care" in the selection of Jews for
.-iomatic assignments in Arab countries.
All this comes to mind w.th the crr.-u-.:5-
~-ent last week of the resiar.cticr. of Jr-hn A.
Gronouski as the United Steves Ambassador
to Poland
Certainly in selecting the former Posimaste-
General for the Warsaw poet :n 1965. the fact
Slot Mr. Gronouski was of Polish ancestry was
- :- overlooked.
Perhaps stlic considerations m;ght ccain
prove useful nomine Mr. Gronouski's successor.
For several months now. the Polish Govern-
ment has been actively enacaed in an anti-
Jewish drive without crecedent in thai country
for the postwar years.
Although clofminc opposition to Zionism the
recent purge has been aimed at Jews who had
little or no connection with Zionism.
Our Slate Department has declined to tcke
cny action on the Polish anti-Semitic ccmocaan
on the orounds thct .t would be interfering in
what it described cs a purely internal issue.
But the appointment of an Ambassador tc I
Warsaw is the business of the U. S. Govern-
ment and the nomine of a Jew to the- oas*
miaht go a long wcv toward clarifvinc the
leaiiimate position of the United Steles :n re-
acting to racist or religious discrimination any-
where in the world.
Toward Quality Education
In recent years, various suane*ticn b~v#
been Dut forward aimed at Lmprovmc the
cuahtv and eff^.ivenes-- of Jewish education
in tne Greater Miami cr=a.
White experts differ en >he relative worth o'
the different proposals there is certainly uni-
versal aareemenl on the need to imorove con-
ditions of educators end cenerally to raise the
status of those in the held lo the highest cc-
iessionol level.
Tne first steo :- this direction is to be fo :nd
in accordir.c those professionals in the BeJd
the recognition that thev merit bv their trainmc"
experience and devition to their coJlinq.
A number oi svnegxrues in the Greater
Miami area have already rsooonised :h ;m-
portanoe of their educotioaa] ?tafi bv publ:crv
acKnowiedqmg their achievements in c varietv
cr ways.
A pioneer-.nc stsr In etevatino the status of
professional Jew:;.-, educators wa*. tc>n this
wee* bv Beth Torah ConoTeoation oi Nc-h
Miami Bear- ...:.-. he announcemen' of th
awarding of a year s serybar.ee! lecv= to the
svr.cceaues educa-.ioncl director, Abraham
Gittelson to enable aim to so*->'> 'b tr*n --
residence at the University oi Mkrmi toward
completion of a dectorei program.
Such far-sighted cction on the rxirt o: a
svnegoeue's InoxUnhio n^t o^ly rnci!--^'-; c
high caliber of personnel for its own religious
school but helps to attrcct aualified yo--e-
persons to the field cf Jewish educetion.
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JOSEPH ILSOP
AISOP
New Viet Phase
WASHINGTONNo ont a' > wants to say -o oat loud ami in
public, but in private the Ameri-
can policy-makers cherish no i)
lusions concerning the talks in
Paris Even a* a propaganda ex-
ercise, these negotiations are a
side -bou. and they are likely to
remain a side show for a lor.;
time to come.
No one .-hould be in the l< ift
surprised by this. On the one
band, it i^ impossible to n.-.
single conflict in the long, jrrim
history of warfare that has been
settled" b> negotiationif oego-
L.a::on means rational
take. Settlementi have ,.
been rosinl) reached on th-
s'egol i -.
esulting toU
rs.
Hanoi's Prioriiv

On the other hand, an
tn ubk 1 to piojgh thn ..
voluminous mass of captured en-
em;* document- will at once dis-
1 over that the Hanoi .iar-p!annrs
are passionately convinced that
oatiief.eid 15 all important.
"Fighting while negotiaunc ii
approve-d in theory, but in prac-
fce. as the highest-leve! docu-
meetc encltssK reiterate, the
ng is given ui.gue?tioiied.
overriding first priority.
Tb s is why tbe place !< watch
is now. Viet Nam, rather than
Pans And those who have had
tie sen^e to go on watchag Viet
Nan axe beginning to be increas-
ingly struck by the desperate
charactel o; Hano.s efforts and
order? to the troop3 in the field.
It is Hanoi's oft-repeated doc-
trine, for instance, that Lie stage
lor tne kind ot show now going
on in Fa:is can only be properly
set bv a striking >ucce-s on the
battlefield. In I Corps, at Hue
and along the demihtsrized zone
a..d is lil Corp-, n.th the re
oeweii attack on Saigon, truly
desperate attempts to w.r. tha;
1..no e>: tuccesf nave been made
between May 5 and the present.
jf Lossfs
Nothing -t'!id was gained by
these ettemnuunle>> ;. ou count
desnuetioa of Vietnamese civil-
nouses as a major gain for
tne enemy. Yet the cost has been
fearful: tor. irom May 5 to the
present, nt enemy hai lost just
r 15.000 men. e>: whom at
Jea^t 80 percent were Ne.rth Viet-
nenese regular tn.<.f>
For North Viet Nam. with a
tion oi no more than 18
million, losing U.OvO men in a
fortnight is co.nparabie to an
A.ner.can !.> of something like
M 000 men m the same penor'
all moreover, from Feb 5
^after the first dire sacrifices of
the ret offensive) to Mav 19. en-
bssei have totak I <.:!
tio.e 65.0iJmen. exclud'ng loss-
-uffered by the two Nonh
Vietoaaest divisions that be-
I Khe Sanh-uhKh bnngs
' K total, bv conser\atne
BU,- :o 75.000
m in all
KgSin, North Vietnamese com-
posed at least 80 percent of this
terrible hemorrhage of manpow.
er. and North Viet Nam's total
>o.-> in a\;s period may. therefore,
be equated with ar Jtaierican lost
of far more than 60C.0tX> men
As for the infiltration of 10
North Vietnamese to fill t
in the ranks, it equals a
can tro p moverrrer.t of just un-
der 1.2 million m -
Cost Riv
1; can be seen, then 1
cost oi the war 1 ::
r en in a dreadful
level which can hi
a .- I indefiniti .;. '.
natter rorse for-the Hi
r-. the} have pr
th< ir (-. pie m South \
Himmer.
. ery dang*
to cut th ir .
iie leaving this
.ifilled.
the
now
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This 1- why a majorit;
i st anal) -1- ht\ -.
- uesa that tr.e m< nth- ol
J may r-e c.imactie- Pre-
ms of timing are always x
tremely r.sky: yet the infiltl
rate alone is proot enough tlut
the Hanoi war-plar.ners intend to
make another ail-out grasp for
battleiie.'d succe.-s before (hell
" win;er-pring campaign" comes
to an end.
Bi( (totion
l; the renewed attempt to *m
a Striking victory ends a- iL
predeceeaera have eoced God
willingi m fearful entm> losses
with no real gair^s to show, unat
then will be the situation'' It is a
quest on no one cr answer inA
assurance, since there :. ;-x>
many var.abie factors.
To name only ( ne factor, the
President's partial bomhin. halt
in the north has released at itast
300.000 men. If .the Hano rsf
planners ehoose to risk -ng
. newly rileasex m.en at the
frrmth:ch means risking me.
tning like total brt-aRdown in
North Viet Nam rt the bombm; is
resumedthey can sustain the
n 1 power htinorrhai.e Just that
nrieh longer.
There are no sign> a; yet that
lacfa a risk is going txi be taken
If such si^ns appecr the Pn -i
dent will have hard decisions V>
make. But the time is r i>
appro.iching when the Han->i war-
planners are also going 'uvv
--me e-melly hard" derisions h
make That is Ue real drama erf
the new phase in Viet Van
U-> !>*.. Vr 9 '',,,r
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Friday. May 31. 1968
*Jenist> Fkriaft&r
Paae 5-A
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Warns Against Soviet Propaganda
EDITOR. T>e Jewish FlorMian:
I
The report of the expected ar-
rival of aa official delegation ol
three Jews tr>m Soviet Russia to i
v:sit the U.S Jewry is an upsetting |
event. Knowing the purpose behind
tfaid niis.ioii Ki benaa o: the Com-
ir.anist rulers of Blittia, one can
oniy antic pate that their visit will
create painful and embaira>sin_;
experiences.
Indeed, they cannot ne spokes
men for the suppiessed captive !
Jewish BUM i<> Soviet Russia.
T.'.ey will be forced to say things
w: ich won't in any manner rellect
thi real (eeliogi and the state ol
afiairs of the .Russian Jewiy. The
rt:>ercussiorLj wnii.li would result
\X> m revealing tne true picture
ttlere, are enough to keep in. dele.
ii. ion in line.
Nevertheless, this Jewi-h dele
i;,tion deserves une's sympathv
and underscan-iing tor their plight
ir being lotceJ ui;o this position
v hich is wholly against their con-
vicUOOS. Tne v.o!!imunists have
Ml ir means to make them pre e. t
a m have :> go on record as in-
.ti icied, s.a::ng i.ia: the Jews are
*t loft there. ;nat they don't need
.n cutiide aelpthat the Jewish
St e ol .-.. .- a.i imperialistic
1; c. <;.
.ir n,s: rioiu Goebbels, during
Temple Ner Tamid
( onlnnis Eleven
Eieveo teenagers participated in
lontirroation services Sunday in
tiie main sanctuary of Temple Xer
Tamid.
"Israel Reborn." an original can-
: ta by Ratbi Eugene Labovitz.
S|iritual leader, was the theme of
the service. The musical portion
rS presented by Cantor Edward
Mein and the Ner Tamid Choir.
Confirmed were Larry Golden.
Stuart Farter. Michael Wolland.
John Porter. Richard Du Beshter.
Veil Okun. Judy Klein. Ileana
Schneider. Jackie Ades. Marcia
Po7en and Fa'.i Miller.
'he Nazi holocaust, employed sim-
ilar methods u'i.ig the Interna-
tional Red Cross, inviting them to
concentration, camps, and getting
them to issue statements about
rhe'r humanitarian behavior to-
ward the inmates. The victims of
hese extermination campi had to
EDITOR, The Jewish FloridUn:
How come that The Jewish Flor-
idian has enough space to write
about everything except to com-
ment editorially about the filth
hat is being fed to all of us in
the movies. TV and radio, corrupt-
ing young and bid alike?
The general press does write
once in a while about it. Aren't
the Jewish people interested in
cleaning up the pollution of our air
waves and film theaters because
they control most of these enter-
prises and the "buck" comes first?
What happened to our religious
leaders in this large Jewish com-
munity'1 Are they in agreement
with thi? kind of freedom? All for
the "buck."
What about the other so-called
icir'.tual leaders of Catholic ir
Protestant and other religions?
Why can't they altogether stop
I : .th in the form of movies
which penetrato and pollute old
and young alike?
Mslst their murderers in this en-
deavor.
The similarity of the methods of
the^e totalitarian powers, by using
Jews for the purpose of whitewash,
ing their crimes against Jews, is
becoming more and more appar-
ent. The facts today are already
well established and no propaganda
move on the part of Soviet Russia
can change the facts regarding the
Communists' policy oi genocide
and its hatred for the Jews
World Jewry can no longer be
fooled by these propaganda meth-
ods. The fifty-year history of Com-
munist tyranny in Russia has given
ample proof of the destiny in store
for the Jews there. It must be
made clear by responsible Ameri-
can Jewish leader.-hip that it is
well-aware of the state ot affairs of
Russian Jewry and they won't let
ihemselves be misled by false re-
ports
The determination to liberate
the Russian Jewry from their bond-
age cannot in any way be inilu-
I enced by this propaganda move.
Their freedom has to be acco.u
plished no matter how difficultt!ik.
task might be. The fatal IWtatalrw
committed during the Nazi holo-
caust will not be repeated
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Miami Beach
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Friday, May 31. 1968
>Jen /*s#> fkridlian
Paqe 7-A
AJCommittee Joins In Christianity Study
ALV.N GOIDBEBG
New Executive
Added To Staff
Of Mount Sinai
Alvin Goldher.' has been appoint-
ed associate director of Mount
Sinai Hospital.
Mr. Goldberg comes to Miami
Beach from Atlanta, Ga., where he
had served as assistant director of
Grady Memorial Hospital for a
yyir and a half. Previously he had
been administrator of Polk County
Hospital and director of the Divi-
sion of Hospitals and Welfare for
Polk County for five years.
The newly appointed associate
director is a Fellow of the Ameri-
can College of Hospital Adminis-
trators and the author of several
published papers on infection con-
trol and the community hospital's
responsibility for the indigent.
Continued from Page 1-A
time that the whole range of peo-
ple's attitudes and expectations
about religion would be examined
in that context.
At another session of the con-
ference, two Negroes and two Jews
agreed that the relations between ;
the two groups might in time be
restored but they offered different
approaches. The social critics were
Bayard Itustin. executive director
of the A. Philip Randolph Insti-
tute; Charles E. Silberman of the
Carnegie Institute: Dr. Kenneth
Clark, Negro educator, and Prof.
Leonard Fein of the Massachusetts
Institute of Technology.
Mr. Rustin argued that anti-
Jewish attitudes by black militants
reflected "a total alienation from
all American institutions." He
' said the proposed Freedom Budget
to provide jobs for all Americans
was the answer to the problem
and urged that Jews and Jewish
organizations remain in the liberal
coalition to fight for such a budget.
; Mr. Silberman said a gulf was
developing between Jewish leaders
WOMEN in the Air Force (WAF)
will mark its 20th anniversary on
June 12. It was on that date in
1948 that WAF achieved perma-
nent status with the U.S. Air Force.
and the Jewish rank and file on
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Prof. Fein said Jews should stop
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Friday, May "I. I%8
> Ith'sI fi'nh-Ik-mi
s .'(il/m ill put
EDWARD COHEN
Trend To Apartheid
Black and while ractati ar6
closer I" their hope (il .1 divided
American society than even they
may have dreamed.
Tin- signs multiply each day
thai ihr Supreme Court1! him de
efadM didn'i kill Hie long-accepted
practice ol "separate bill equal",
it merely itUBMd Ihr American
people Into ii belief thiii their
wraped away.
At this point, il looks like 'inly
dynaniiti' can do il.
I think wt realise now thiit
perhaps nothing lint violence can
accomplish a truly integrated
and assimilated society as llic
extremists cm all tides have heen
trying to tell us and that "mod
prate" America is reedy to ac
cent the inevitable Apartheid,
American SI vie I' may mean
peace in our time.
If you have been following the
newspapers closely, my inlerpie
lalion should nol shock you. The
once-isolated demands ol black
and white extremists lor separa-
tion of the races winch outraged
us are being projected more sen
ously each day by elements which
would deny thai then programs
are anything but reasonable con
elusions
The student demands lor court
es in black culture, special con-
sideration for black applicants to
colleges with hitherto high aca
demie standards, seem to lead
almost inevitably to the conclu
sums reached at Northwestern
University.
At that lop rated Illinois 11111
veriity, the administration de-
cided it will provitle segregated
housing for Negro students, their
own lounge and meeting room
and their own advisory council, as
requested by the black militants
In New York City, the move to
decentralize the school system
which has ;i lot ol merit '" itis
also n part of the rtrtvp by some
of the N,-'^r, rommuntt \ lo cl eate
ill" assaasassaasssaaosa,
Ktcnartt Nlxon'm emit fur Ihr
gym ... We don't mingle."
How 1I0 we honestly face that
fact?
How will it affect the Jew? Not
much, I think, except to remove
some of the guilt carried over
from a dim past: "And if a stran-
ger sojourn with thee in thy land,
ye shall not do him wrong. The
stranger thiit sojournelh with thee
shall he unto thee as one from
among thee, and thou shall love
him as thyself; for ye were stran-
gers in the land of Egypt ."
Most ol us lead segregated
lives, anyhow, and if it's made
official policy those who are con
cerned abOUl Jewish survival
need have no fears
Once upon a lime even in my
lifetime- man seemed lo have a
purpose, an ideology, a blueprint
for social living, whether it he
called Marxism. Fascism, Demo
cratic Capitalism. United Nations.
World l num. Peace, God, Utopia,
Heaven and Hell. Who can say.
as we watch the rollicking revolu.
lion of the students, the joyous
looting, the gratuitous killing-
destruction without meaning or
endthat starting all over from
tone Updated tribal level doesn't
make sense?
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Rabbi Mayer Abramowitz (left) of Temple Monorah, vice
president of the Academic Council oi Tel Aviv University,
meets with students who have been accepted lor a year's
study at the University. At riqhl is Dr. Yehuda Shraqai,
coordinator of the University. Students in the proqram are
(standing from left): Mitchell Kellner, Richard Belitsky,
Gary Aronson, Jerome Siesholtz Harvey Grossman, James
Hoo, Jonathan Klein, Robert Nelson, I.ee Li-;derman, Marvin
Goldstein, Miles Gopman. Nathan Hanu.-i and Louis Silvei
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Albert Sadowsky and Tliomas Soaton
MiNDON 1WNS1 John Alexan
del Sii.i- 1.111. lormei Iti it ish I
in China disclosed in .1 leltet to
the Sundaj Observe! thai the Nazis
often il to expati 1.iti all the 1 e
mamma, hall million Jews in tier
many In German ship* it German
expenae with Ihe tools ol then
1 radc to a value ol len pounds u 1
ling ;i head. 01 the equivalent oi
128.000.000
According to Sinclair, the offer
was made lo him in 1838 in Berlin
while In- was on leave from China
Sinclair says he reported the
pioposal and pass it on to other
powers if it was made through
Ihe usual diplomatic channels
Sinclair claims he conveyed the
reply lo Berlin.
Veterans Get Acquainted
Hi.ih ah Miami Springs Jewish
War Veterans Post 081, with its
newly elected Commander, Rich-
ard Kline, sponsored a Gat Ac
quaintcd Night recently, at Temple
liiinth Jacob.
Chairmln of the committee in
offer to Sir Frederick Leith-Ross, I charge, Seymour Soskcl, was as-
| then chief economic advisor to the sisted by senior vice commander,
British government, win. replied Jesse Gibtan, and William R. 8yde-
Ihe government would consider the man, adjutant.


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Richard Nlmn^l <.. f..r riir
development <>/ Mc* capitalism f
ha& mel wrMJi .1 good deal of favor
nous groups where ordinarily
his idea-- would l>r shunned. Ami
so il goes.
The other day. speaking with
an eminent sociologist who has
gone deep into the areas of preju
dice and had just spent several
weeks working on student prob-
lems at his prestigious university.
1 was not surprised to hear him
state his belief that we were
heading inevitably toward what
he called a pluralistic society."
Since it was a phone conversa
tion. the matter could not be dis- I
cussed in depth, but his attitude
was summed in for me in hi:,
statement that If the Poles in
Cicero (which has resisted inte
gration violently 1 want to live in
their own society, that's their
right."
Apartheid, as I see il coming
American Style, will give every !
individual in all our ethnic, re- '
ligious and racial or color group-
in 1, the privilege '" decide lor
himself whether he wants to in- i
tegrate into the general society
or remain a separate group in
terms of living, schooling and
employmentwithin the frame
WOfk of the American political
system, whatever that may have
to become to accommodate the |
changes.
At Edison High, yon may have
read, "the Cubans gather in front
of the building, the Caucasians in
the center and the Negroes in the
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* Jmitlh ITkiiriidfi/iiiin
Paae 11-A
Shavuot Quiz Box
By RABBI DR. SAMUEL J. FOX
Why is the Book of Ruth road
in the synagogue''9n Shavuot?
TWa practice is known to us
from literature which dates back
a; least to the time of the Gaonim,
Mid perhaps earlier.
One source explains that the
Book of Ruth h read on Shavuot
because the festival of Shavuot
commemorates the Revelation at
Mount Sinai which is the event at
which the Torah was {liven to the
people of Israel.
The purpose in reading the Book
of Ruth was to present a story of
suffering and plight which is char
acteriMic of the incidents of the
I nk Just as the widow Ruth
wont through a period of hardships
until she was redeemed, so too
in ist the people of Israel be able
and willing to endure Buffering
81 I hardship in order to retain
it- right to the Torah lYalkut
Shim'oni, Ruth 596).
\ medieval wrtier lAbudraham)
i es two other reasons for read-
ing 'he Book ol Ruth on Shavuot.
One :- that the Book describes the
(ritical events as happening at
I e time of the barley harvest and
thai such is the time of Shavuot.
A SO, that Ruth seems to present
ti. classical example of comer-
si n -ince she was originally a
M labite woman. The people ol Is-
rael seemed to have undergone
a process of conversion when they
accepted the Torah at Sinai.
Still another author (l.'vush 494)
claims that the Book of Ruth is
read to demonstrate the associa-
tion of the Biblical description of
the observances of the festival
with the Commandment to be
considerate ef the poor and the
stranger at harvest time (Leviticus
28:22).
A rnirfiber of writers (e.g., T'vuot
Short claim that the Hook of Ruth
is read on Shavuot because Shavuot
is the birthday of David and the
Book ol Ruth traces the genealogy
of King David from his ancestry
in Ruth
What is the reason for the
special Hymn called "Akda-
mut" which is read before the
Torah reading on Shavuot?
Generally speaking, the reading
o! the Torah on Shavuot assumes
an extraordinary significance.
While its reading on the other
occasions is both historical and
didactic and basically a means of
education, on Shavuot, the occa-
sion \vhi< h commemorates the
Revelation of the Torah at Sinai,
i the reading of the Torah assumes
maje-tic proportions and the con-
gregation actually envisions itself
as standing at Sinai in the historic
moment
This dramatic feature is thus
captured by introducing the read
ing of the Torah on Shavuot with
this h\mn written by the medieval
author Meir bar Isaac
Man) have fell that technically,
this hymn serves as an introduc-
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tion and a justification of the
translator who used to translate
and comment on each and every
verse which was read from the
Torah in olUt^i times (i.e.. the
Meturgammiiii.. Since the transla.
lion was in Aramaic, the hymn is
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synagogue. Thus, on holidays when
poetry is added to the liturgy, the
Cantor recite- a special hymn ask-
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added leature of the service.
Likewise, is the translation and
commentary called the "Targum"
an added feature to the reading of
the Torah and thus a special hymn
serves to seek permission from
both the congregation and the Di-
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| though we no longer translate the
text at the occasion of the Read-
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chanted to remind us of this an-
cient practice and to encourage
the congregation to study the
translation on their own after or
before the service.
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Friday. Mav 31. 1363
Priest Warns Of
New 'Silence' By
Christian Groups _
NfiW YORK (JTA) A Roman j
Catholic prist warned here this
week that another ""silence." simi- :
lar to the one of which various
.'hurches were accused last vear
in the wake of the Six-Day War.
may be building up in connection
with the continuing Middle East
leadlock. '
Rev. Edward H. Flannery. as- :
distant to the director of Judaeo-
L'hristian Studies at Seton Hall
University. South Orange. N.J.. a
'atholic institution, spoke at a
special meeting of leaders of the
Zionist Organization of America at-
ended by more than 1,000 persons.
"The Gentile and Christian opin-
on in the United States ... appears
nterested only in the question of
'wundaries. refugees. Holy Places
md the "over-reaction of Israel' to
ler harassment ... It is time for
hristians to face the real issues
>f this grave situation, namely the
hreat of annihilation of some two
md a half million Jews and of a
Uate that has been established by
he international community and
ias been in existence for these
ast 20 years.'' Father Flannery
-aid.
Students In Thirty Lands Protest Soviet Bias
Continued rr m Pee*
l-A
tr,
'C3 :.a
problem of Soviet
.'or a talk with tie ores* attache.
Vlexjniier B^^ n:o.iyv. bo claim-
id that there was no discritnica-
tion in Russia against Jews as a
nationality. The demonstration
lasted several hours and was joined
by about 100 students while crowds
iooked on from the sidelines.
Participants were members of
the Association of Jewish Students j
fa Germany. The r placards de-
manded freedom for Soviet Jews. I
The purpose of the demonstrations, I
according to Mr. Hunter, was to
"shatter the wall of silence sur-
round', aj
Jewry."
H" it^ rh* World Union of Jew-
ih Students was moving its heeeV
eurte"s from Paris to London in
arete*! 9inst tho French govern-
ment' s unfriendly attitude toward
Israel.
In G'.a^ow. Jewish students
combined the protest to the Soviets
w'.th a similar demonstration in
front of the Polish Consulate de-
manding an end to the Warsav
regi-ne'< anti-Jewish campaign. A
d^legjftoa ^-students was received
by the Polish vice-consoi. He re-
tusel to accept their petition on
the gr>.:r.ds that it* cjntenrs per
ri" > t> anti-Semitisr-. in Poland
.-re untrue
In Ha:fav thousand; >f Techriv.
tudents assembled on the Si.tj-
-'armel campus for protest ralli
igainst anti-Semitic manifestation!)
a Russia and Poland.
Bonn Turns Down
Israeli Request For
Transport Planes
BONN (JTA) An embargo on
he shipment of West German arms
o the Middle East was affirmed
'iere this week by Deputy Foreign
Minister Georg Duckwitz. who said
n an interview that it applied
ven to unarmed transport planes
hat Israel asked for last Novem-
>>er. The Foreign Ministry official
aid it was the Federal Republic's
:>oIicy to ban all arms shipments
o crisis areas.
He denied rumors that 54 M-48
anks of West German origin had
>een delivered to Israel via Italy,
md disclosed for the first time
hat the Israel government last
November had sought to order 20
'erman transport planes but was
urned down even though the
.ilanes are unarmed and can be
jsed only for transport missions.
He said the planes are of French
lerman design and were recently-
put, into service in the West Ger-
man Air Force, and added that if
Israel should ask for the delivery
>f helicopters they would also be
tefused.
Mr. Duckwitz said the embargo
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* M*? isf Fhricfi&r
Paqe 13-A
nz>rain?jzif BOOK m\m^j3jir
CHILD OF THE HOLOCAUST
By Jack Kuwr
Tp be a Jew-is to be a special
;< rson. We have survived a world
tf Turmoil ami war of horror.
|Even (ur !i iy State of Israel is
Rarely allowed :< exist in peace.
iTo exist we have had to have an
inner strength fiat is undcfin-
stoic. I: is. just ticie.
a Imagine a young boy. only nine
ytars old. wh^ returns to h's
*tome after visiting with a gentile
jliin:ily and finds no one there to
Igreel him. His mother, his sister.
i: s family is gOMcaptured by
. 'c Nazi-.
Km year is 1941. The place is
* aland. The took is Child of the
.Hcioc'jtt, by Jack Kuper, Dou-
|: ;.<;. ^r.;: Co., Inc.. S4.5>.
. s- Ki'per>ias unusual in v. it
c .: ind of a young boy
' ; and afraid. V... determined
i> survivea Jew who must hide
Jewisonetsa boy who look-
:.: :;. mole and no less than
- ill .. alive the next mom-
The ffWy ;;..;.s alive in your
...1 i.- aid the one in Anne 1
.r.-onk's D.ary as do :*!;> sur-
...i> tell ol World War 11. as
..- t.11 threat o: arui-Sem:ti.m.
Words i > ?'ct to for^i;to i > f
rgive tut no; to forget. Our /
ity as Jews is sacied.
What then haprxns to a young
: 3 who mu>t roam from village
ti village for four yea:*, hiding
wio he Is. airaid of identification
as a Jew?
blum. the boy IB the book, was
sixteen. Tn question < r
its bciwetr. the twjo lives is in-
triguing. Kupt-r's novel is titdi-
gated tc bis wiit ajtf four cbil-
ercn "n. taey will know."
wulevei hi- personal assodaj
".if c wi.h the main character,
Kuper nas managed to write *ith
a calm hand..Where he could te
ovextiraraatic, he is cox-!.
Tnroughe the took it the cis-
nirc >: r.ic's ihhumanit} to
man, I ~t U at t i-sc of intoierar.ee,"
and t need .'or a scapegoat.
"The nerve of those Jews." Jan-
ktle hears t/ie villagers saying
after the Germans had beer: de-
feated, ibej come out of hiding
righl away thej want their
aeR."
Zionist Leader To
Address ZOA On
Americans In Israel
Louta Sitkoff. a former resident
! :>f Long island who is rending
; permanently in Israel for the past
several years, will be the guest
'' speaker a: a meeting of the Miami
Beach Zionist District at 9 p.m.
Monday at the Fontainebre.au Hotel. >
The mtetirg. which is open to
I the public, will hear Mr. Sitkoff
dJteusa the life and opportunities
Americans can expect when they i
-ettle in la.-ae!. as well as the cur- j
rent Middle East situation.
A past chairman of the B'nai
tliyah Fei.c *hip of the ZOA and
1 past president of Lie Long Island I
Zionist Region, Mr. Sitkoff is at
present a member of the board ef
the Kfar Silver Agricultural High
School and the Mollic Gooflman
Academic High School, which con-
stitute the American ZOA Center
for pre college education in Israel.
Both schools were established and
;are maintained and directed by
1 the ZOA.
Mr Sitki ''. a certified public
accountant, resides with his family
in Savyon. Israel. He is presently
makii $ | ..,.- of the major Ameri-
can cities before returnire to
Israel.
The program will also include a
report c: tht nominating commit-
tee w !'. rec< mraendations for new
officers for th( coming year and
also two new Israel color films,
iccon ng t( Abraham A. Grunhut,
preside r
And when it conn-.-, as it al- :
ways dees, he miu.-t move on to i
anontat place, hoping tor another
job.somebedy.elie doesnt want.
topjivgfor another barn to be ai-
jo*^fc *e sfeep in.
_T"- '
TV* lAthe ra!e of Jankele Ku-
:< rblmn. a- tragic story. A story
:.; t makes, yew turn its pages
>>} bat with determination.
The boy changes his name so
often that he almost forgets ho 1
tie really is. "Fe-rhaps 1 don't j
adat," he says. "Perhaps I'm
only a memory in someone's '
d .rd."
Because Jankele or Kubbush
[ r Ftanek or Jan or whoever he
Is at tnc moment, looks like a 1
gentile peasant, he manages for j
a while. But along the way he |
stop, looking tor help from a i
Jewish God but prays instead to !
Jesus, stop.-, going to church for ;
x.ow but for salvation. Still, j
sometimes he lives in a fantasy of
'.gotten moments and then he
olds close to his Jewishness.
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* lewlsi fleridi&ff
Friday. Mav 31, 1968
Off the Record:
By NATHAN ZIPR1N
Only The Just Can Present A Plea For Justice
THERE IS AN ANCIENT principle of
jurisprudence to the effect that
when a man comes to court with a plea
for justice and equity he must do so with
clean hands. If his hands are dirtied, he
is precluded from pleading his cause.
Obviously, when a sinner rises in
fury against sin he must himself be clean
of the sin he complains about or else his
plea is but pure mockery, a travesty and a fraud.
Vet that is exactly what happened last week in the
U.N. Security Council when the Soviet delegate de-
murred to the injection by the Israeli representative of
the issue of Soviet mistreatment of its Jewish nationals.
Mr. Malik of the Soviet Union had joined the chorus
of Arab voices against Israel's alleged harassment and
mistreatment of Arabs in Jerusalem when Ambassador
Yosef Tekoah of Israel retorted that a nation which denies
equal rights to its Jewish citizens was hardly competent
to take up the cudgels on behalf of Arab rights in Israel.
Mr. Malik did not like this incisive argument and
raised the objection that it was irrelevant to the issue,
even though he well knew that the U.N. was not bound
by procedures guiding courts of law. He was seeking
equity, he said, lor the Arabs, though he surely knew thj,7
he who seeks equity must do equity.
While the Council chairman for the month. Lord
Caradon of Britain, directed the Israeli diplomat to guide
himself by the issue, we must assume the ruling .stemmed
from international politics, rather than from the interna-
tionally recognized principle of law that he who seeks
fairness for others must show that he himself practices
it or be precluded from speaking out forever.
Israel Newsletter
By ELIAHU SALPETER
Jerusalem Collects Part Of An Old Debt
Jerusalem
EARLIER THIS MONTH, Jeriisa-
lem collected part of her debt
from the United Nations. It was
an old debt, dating back to the
spring and summer of 1948 Arab
guns and mortars were burning,
bleeding and ravishing the Holy
City. Arab armies laid siege pre-
venting even water from reaching the tens of
thousands of .lews beleaguered there.
Under the 1947 IN. resolution, it should have
been an open city under international protection,
belonging to Jew and Arab alike. But while hun-
dreds were being killed by Arab defiance of the
IN. resolutions, the Security Council kept on talk-
% and talking and talking Finally, it was the
bl KM] Of Israeli soldiers that broke the siege and
npelled the Jordanians to sign an armistice.
the city divided.
On May 2. Israel held her 20th Independence
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
No Intellectuals
?HE LONDON papers cleared up
some confusion for us I
terrorist in, El
... rred to
Gleason n
te El Fatah meant the fat-
fat-
iry from London,

: > ember oi the El
eek
. ting < mpanj
said the BBC wer,
umber ol lied
your on."
-aid the El Fatah member, 'all
members of the El Fatah are Palestinians "
So there does seem to be some relationship be-
tween El Fatah and El Fathead.
Speaking about names, we read in an Israeli
paper that the wife of one of the soldiers who took
part in the capture of Golan Heights recently had
twinsa boy and a girl. The boy was named Golan
and the girl. Rama, which means heights in He-
brew. The family lives in Jerusalem, so you can
now stay in Jerusalem and see Golan Heights.
You can see all kinds of wonderful things in
Israel nowadayseven Cora Cola The Hcbri w daily.
Davar. recently expressed some displeasure , that.
It appears that while Israelis would like to see
American Pops and Mums settling in Israel, they
it so Kiotu about Americ in soda p p coming
["hey have their own "Mitz" which is good
enough for them. They tell about one Tel Aviv man
who made so much money out of the local a la
water, he wore diamonds, and they say that while
M..... ter come out of the rock, this Tel
A. ,\ man has made rock come out of water.
The Jewish State was built on tea. While the
American Revolution had only one tea party. Israel
lia~ required innumerable tea parties Ail the great
earlv ZionistsWeizmann, Sokolow, Syrkin, Lipsky
were champion tea drinkers, The only exception
was the author of the Hatikvah, Imber, who stuck to
the Biblical drinks and sometimes had to be
lied out with them.
In those day>. if you wanted to help lay the
foundations of the Jewish settlement in Palestine,
they would say to you: "It won't be easy How
much are you willing to sacrifice for it'.' How many-
buckets of tea are you willing to drink to restore
Israel among the nations and make the desert
blossom as the rose?"
If the Galilee is golden with oranges today and
the Sharon green with melons, don't lorget the debt
to the tea drinker.
Day parade in a reunited Jerusalem. Nobody was
setting killed, nobody was being hurt. Half a million
joyous Israelis filled the streets and tens of thou-
sands of Arabs were welcome to watch the parade.
But this time, the UN. acted with uncharacter-
istic alacrity Secretary-General U Thant foruot (or
tried to lorgeti his share of responsibility for the
outbreak of the war last June. He rushed in to do
what the Arabs and the Soviets wantrd. In an un-
precedented "initiative" of meddling, uncalled for
by an organ of the U.N.. he called upon Israel to
cancel the parade.
In Ma) 1987 his precipitous accession to Nasser's
demand for the withdrawal ol UNEF troops from
Sinai and Gaza added fuel to Arab violence and
started events over which neither he nor the organs
of the U.N. had any control. This time, auain. I'
Thant's action was the prologue not only to the
Jordanian complaint to the Security Council but to
the dispatch ol several large gangs of Arab infil-
Irators to sabotage the parade
This wa5 no secret in Israel. Everybody heard
one way or another, of the enormous efforts made
for security and the worry of all concerned over
the possibility that .some saboteurs might get
through,
I he parade was the fir.st event broadcast by
Israeli television. Hundreds of thousands ol Israelis
were able to watch the march in the cool comfort
of their living rooms instead of bi i I ie pre-
: traffic jams, the hoi weather and the ;
ilit; sabots
Pe | Ie from Haifa and Tel Aviv, I i and
enl to Jerusali m to di
heir coi pt foi thi Arab thr. al
the l'n
' lem.
.. was p.

it is rigl
s
So wa ure of the v s to mai th< vities
iplicd U.N, encouragement Thus, unwit-
'. perhaps. wa> part of the debt repaid
Highlights In Sports
JESSE SILVER
Mark Spitz
lg|ARK SPITZ of Santa Clara Swim Club retained
1" his 100 and 200-yard butterfly titles at the men's
National AAU Indoor championships. He clocked
49.7 and 1:51.5. but failed to surpass hi- own Amer-
ican records. Paul Katz and Dan Behr also gained
places at the Indoor championships. Katz. a Yale
Ireshman. was 10th in the 200-yard butterfly, 1:57.6.
and Behr of Phillips G6 Swim Club, [.laced lltb In
the 200-yard backstroke with a 2:01.5 clocking Al
the women's National AAU Indoor championship-.
Debbie l.ipman of Burbank, Calil took ninth place
in the one-meter dive and 10th in the platform dive.
Earlier. Spit/, a high school senior, lowered Ins
American 100-yard butterfly mark to 1:50.5 in a
meet against the Stanford freshn an, In March Bl
the 12th annual Bremen International Swimfest, in
Germany, Spiiz won throe gold medals againsl I
best European .swimmers lie captured the 800-1
freestyle, and loo and 200-meter butterfly <
Spitz hopes to attend Sanford 1' in Septcmbei
study dentistr)
Dick Schneider helped Yale win the 8oo->.,..
freestyle relay al the NCAA swimming champ
ship at Dartmouth College. Yale (locked 6:50.7
a new American record. Schneider swam his
off leg in 1:45 5. other swimmers al the v
champii iships were Charles Minder, SMU; k< i
Ziskin, I SC and Dave Solomon, Ohio u Mindi i
s. venth in the 100-yard butterfly. 51 4. and ei(
the 200 yard butterfly in 1:54.8
ol national titles lm
Jim Prigoff, Richie Sofman and Steve Cohen, P
off. -4". ol the Citj \- ill tic I S 1
! s chai
ol Wes i an ;< N'.J i
VAU frei
ar Hi gained hh first \ VI
er NCA/
- the i
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r tl I iti Stati -
gun R I is et. X.Y.. and
Abrams \, i \ '.
men am.
Capital Spotlight
By Milton Friedman
U. S. Uses 'Leverage' On Israel
Washington
THE JOHNSON Administration is
aware that the Arab states
now enjoy a four to-one superiority
in airpower o\,r Israel but Presi-
dent Johnson still refuses to sell
the supersonic Phantom jets di -
lOUght bj the Israelis.
Arab aerial strength was only
ee to one in ratio to Israel prior to the Six-Day
War. Soviet resupply has reached overwhelming
proportions, including the latest Sukhoi jets and
other sophisticated equipment. The Soviet airforce
d its own Russian-manned bombers
from Egyptian and Syrian bases
Franc- canceled contracts to deliver jets to Is
: while signing new igreement to suppls the
Arabs. The United States, despite J n n i role as
the base of terrorism, is ih pping F-104 supersonic
- to the Jordanians and training Arab pilots in
Texas.
President Johnson has not Kept ins promise ol
last January lo Prime Minister Eshkol for a variety
of reasons The main factor Is the d. sire ol Secre-
tary of State Dean Rusk, supported by Presidential
Adviser Walt W. Rostovv. to appease the Russians
in the Middle East while trying to salvage the situ
ation in Viet Nam.
Another factor is the hope of restoring relations
with the Arabs and avoiding polarisation through
"0%-er-identification" with Israel
The "leverage" concept has also been advanced
This is the Administration's idea of retaining prea
rare on Israel policies by withholding the Phantoms
This method is apparent in the painfully slow di
livery ol the subsonic Douglas Skyhawk planes
ordi red over two years ago They are being dr
out at the rate ol three to lour a month, their de
liver} scheduli I subtly hinged to Israel's bel
Mi mix i : Conj ress, represi nting both p
partii sturbed bj the attitude ol the I
live ] Important Republicans
ed lhal Washington's attitude on the Phai
actually encourages the Russians and Ara
Iremif s i against Israel.
1 he I :... is an saj little because' of I
mosl total dependence upon the United Stati -
de< plj troubled by the suppj
tund long-range missile- to E id th
wer buildup. Without the Phai
the Israel lack the strike capacity to deter an
declared Arab blitzl rhe prospect oi -
sneak attack is increased by the lack of nipei
high-speed planes ol the 1'hantom type
cial Washington celebrated Israel's 20th
sarj by voicing idealistic hopes for peace !-
rael appreciated the nice words but would havi
preferred a more substantial indication of I
ship, such as the Phantoms.
Gen Yitzhak Rabin, former Chief, of Staff who
now serves as Israeli Ambassador here has d
the latest thinking of his government Israel wants
peace and will do her best to achieve it But the l
immediate Objective is to survive. Israel survive,!
even prospered for 20 years without peace
Rabin pointed out. "Peace is important." he Mid
"With all our might we long for peace, but our CUT
viva] musl be paramount."


Friday. May 31. 1968
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I? ibi Schfinsky
THE RABBI SPEAKS FROM HIS PULPIT
Torah And Life ,

ly it also says it is a place where
nothing grows.
Thus we understand that we can
learn many things not only from
the positive aspects of a given sit-
uation but also from the negative
aspects.
On this particular weekend we
also will be celebrating the holiday
of Shavuot with its history of the
giving and receiving of the deca-
logue and the Torah.
In this comprehension of the hoi.
iday we also have two aspects
giving and receiving. While we
all are aware that God gave the
Torah, it behooves each generation
to have the ability to be able to
receive its meaning and under-
handing not onry in the lijiht of
its historical connotation but also
;s application in modern day life.
For if we fail to do this we liter-
dllj and figuratively put our
By RABBI MILTON SCHLINSKY
Tempi* Adatti Yeshurun,
North Miami Beach
In the story of Joseph we are
| toid how he was put into a well and
the Torah spe-
cifically states
that there was
no water in
the well. Rashi
makes note that
while it did not
contain water.
it did contain
scorpions.
In a like man-
ner this week's
portion of the
Torah tells of
the people of
Israel being in
a desert. The
ii otaiioi thai .1 deserl i- i-.<
;i p] ad but '. erse-
back into a desert where nothing
can grow.
There is no question that the
Torah itself was given to be under,
stood during all periods of mans
life upon this earth. It wat ever
meant to stay-in an arid, barren
desert, but it was created to flour-
ish in a living society.
Our goal must be to remove it
from the deserts of our mind and
truly place it in the living portion
of our life.
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SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEKLY TORAH PORTION
1
Bemidbar
t
Shevin To Get Award
State Sen. Robert L. Shevin will
be honored by the Dade County
Chapter of the Leukemia Society
j of America Wednesday.
Sen. Shevin, .who served as
! chairman of the society's 1968
I Dade County Appeal, will be pre-
i sented a special award by local
president, Irving J. Whitman, at
the group's annual dinner meeting
'at 6:30 p.m. at Red Diamond Inn,
117 N\V 42nd Ave.
I Also receiving awards that nicht
Will bo Metro Mayor Chuck Hall,
honorary chairman; Miss Ruth
Whitman, teen chairman; 1
] King, Jack Teitler and Bi 1
Papy. Ji
rKabvinical television rrecjrctms
June ICh 10- 9:30 a m. The Jewish Worsh p llw.
rogram ': e to ;: liday.
" .....'he S lice.
loseph B trot,
I Miami.
9:30 to LI Man to 5
.' ipic; The Ten C01 :
r: Rev. 1.
ts: Rabbi In n.m. Temple Emanu-
El, Mi imi Bi bi h; 1
Anne Frank House
IONDON JTA1 \nn Frank's
hotfsi n An sterdam w
;. 116,000 pi pie in 1967, a

irl whi -.' diary of her
.,, the
1 i War !'
Mr. Frank, n
a
1 in Nazi ,

Israelites encamp under standards bearing symbols of the
ox, eagle, lion and man
"A good way off shall they pitch round about the tent of
meeting" (Num. 2:2).
BEMIDBAR"And the Lord spoke unto Moses in the wilder-
ness of Sinai, in the tent of meeting, on the first day of tf*e
second month, in the second year after they wore come out of
the land of Egypt, saying: 'Take ye the sum of all the congrega-
tion of the children of Israel, by their families, by their fathers'
houses, according to the number of names, every male, by their
polls; from twenty years old and upward, all that are able to go
forth to war in Israel: ye shall number them by their hosts, even
thou and Aaron' (Numbers 1:1-3).
Exclusive of the Levites. who were not numbered, the total
sum of men of military age was 603.555.
There follow.- a description of the Israelites: encampments
during their journeys through the desert: there were four major
camps, each of three tribes; one under the flag of Judah. one
under the flag of Reuben, one under the flag of Ephraim. and
one under the flag of Dan.
The Levites camped separately near the sanctuary; among
the Levites, each clan had a particular service to render in
regard to the sanctuary.
This recounting of the Weekly Portion of the Law is extracted
and based upon "The Graphic History of the Jewish Heritage,"
edited by P Wollman-Tsamir, $15. Publisher is Shengold, and th
volume is available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President
of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlang.
Bis Brothers Pick North Dade Head
iuel J. Gillol

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Uotl ill he ad thi c, n
i raisi to gain
initj support ol thi
. n aims t hcrless
' a m 14 (
' ie co i oi a
len! o B e Brothers of
er Mia is William C.
/Vcliaicits **^e
yvices
-yi... ,i< throughout the Gria : n the
lOlidaj on Saturday evei ... with Orth
b oi worship generallj observing the festival on both
(ij. .. and Reform tempies 1 ervici on Sunday.
Si.-.. : one of the three major festiva I in the Torah
which it was customary beiore the destruction of the Temple to
;> .. | igrimage to Jerusalem.
The v ivuot holiday services mm rate ::.i revelation on
unt S and the gi\ing of the Torah.
..:. and Const ... school
oi graduation exer< SI.....
V
-A\T SHALOM CONGBEGA
TIOV 985 SW 67th Ave. Orthodox.
Carter Morns Barr.
' irol
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SSHE EMES. 2533 SW 19th Ave.
ETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N. Krr.
a.i'l Dr S. Miami. Reform. Rabhi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
ii i I i Sermon "i iVi
rail .-, tu da I IE a m Rai
>.'..' :" v. sun of I
- w. i,. '>. -. nxoi in.I
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. ::-.'..:. raw .. 1248 SW If
ISRAELITE CENTER. 3175 SW 25th
St. Conservative. Rabbi Avrom L.
Drazin. Cantor Nathan Parnass.
; .i -:.' IT 81
|,(f, I || ..; -
15 p.l Sund ..
^ 4 ... -i Ken '*..-.
Ki iv. i Prcbli mi
;..m ; y 8:4
.i in Vizkoi Mi ervici 10:30
.i tm l.vi mi- service H p in.
BETH JACOB. 3C1 ivashmqtrn Ave .
Orthodox. Rabb Shma'>.ii-u T.
SwirsCy. Cantor Maurice Mamchei
lrd;i> i in

v 7 i in Mon-
.......
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BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE'. ir.46
Jefferson Ave. Conservative
Oavd R.-iab Cantor Saul H. Breeh.
Saturday '
- i .
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Pan '.'
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BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chase Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kron.sh. Cantor David Conviser.
i s p m fthahl
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Jui f Ml Murray
;,ldi ii W e. .
BETH TFILAH 935 Euclid Ave. Or-
thodox. Rabbi Joseph E. Rackovsky.
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CUBAN HEBREW CONGRECA1ION
1242 Washington Ave. Ortitdox.
Rabbi Dow Rozencweig.
Oi-EV SHALOM. 70r-5 Bomta Dr ve.
Orthodox. Rah-' Phineas Weber-
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7 |
Sunday S
ii. "Tho Stand
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JUDEA (TEMPLE' s:-00 Cranda Blvd.
Reform. Rabbi Morns Kipper.
I
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U.iti.
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SEPHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 645
Collins Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias.
p.m. Sufi "i
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YOUNG
1542-44
Ben. H'llel.
SRAEL OF MIAVl FFlfH
Washington Ave Ral *
AVORA (TEMPLE). 44 Zan -. a...
Conservative. Rabl-i Maawee Berger
Cantor Hrsti March.
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FT. LAUDERDALE
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
ADATH YESHURUN (TEMPLE).
Conservative. 10?5 NE
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Conf
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DAVID. 2626 SW 3rd Ave.
ervativ*. Rabbi Sol Landau,
or William W. Lipson.
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MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. 3737
Bird Rd. Modern Traditional Cantor
Louis Cchen.
OR OLOM (TEMPLE). Conservative
8755 SW 16th St. Miami. Rabbi
P.ilph Z. Giixman. Cantor Benjamin
Ben Ari.
.- 111 n I '.It
und 1 Pita of men lal
\int" mi law-
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lEMANU-EL (TEMPLE). 1701
ington Ave. Conservative.
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi
|>.n s;i turdav Shi '
n.mi '!( uid l-'. .
M Bar and Bi '
f Mi and
rihon Ii i Deftorati
"" id M'i Albert B I i
81 vuot 11. Natural)
Bui da 'onfirnu I i
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Mi IO:S0 .i m.
wash-
Rabbi
Adier.
p in
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BETH EL. 500 SW 171h Avenue.
0-thodox. R.-.bbi Solomon Schiff.
' dai Baturday
foi I
idy i in Mm. i'..i 7 p in
B tturday i p m
ii ii. Bi i in. 'ii 'Tin- Divine
ty 1 :tn ii in M
"i i Pa i ,\
1 v ikor Memorial
:... 7 :! |i m
TIFERETH ISRAEL. 5500 N. Miami
Ave. Conservative. Rabbi Ralph
Carmi. Cirtor Albert Giant*.
.-'.'..' i '.:'!''. H IV p m
i H:I5 in Mopdas

'E^H KODESH. 1101 SW 12th Ave.
rtern Traditional. Rabbi Max
SMpiro. Cantor Ben Dickson
I Saturdai s" a.m
" I Si II ". .. .
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Be'h SOLOMON 50 NW 51st Place
Conservative
'El -i TOV TEMPLE) 6438 SW 8th
l Conservat ve Rabbi Simon April
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P -.....he
nliavu \
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,!*.! SHOLOM i Temple). T5 NW
th Street. Conservative Rabbi
*'aham M Cassel
TlfG. MIAMI. 13' NE ia.h st. Re|,rm
Joseph P Narot.
8:15 p.i \
TIFERETH JACOB (TEMPLE). 951 E
4th Ave.. Hinleah. Conservative.
Rabbi Maurice Klein.
m Mi mi rial Day I >1
. wiUi i T-atliin nf j
'. ti rai kuxll Pol ii''1
l g T-i i h> M
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HEBREW ACADEMY. 2400 Pi-tree
Dr Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Cross.
BETH TORAH. 164th St a.id NE 11th
Ave Conservative. Rabbi Max Lip-
schiti. Cantor Jacob Renzr.
C p m. and p.i '.
Rnl -. dauc hi Mi
Rubin 1 lanl Saturday
Jeffn v "i n Rnae
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MrtA "i.-iril M ltd
Ion of oi Imateei
Sunday 6:45 ii m. Mm ill m In
Kahuner 'l rn. In
iS luary \ nrj u Ber-
b
BETH ISRAEL 'TEMPLE). 547 E.
Oad '"fl Park P ..d. Rabbi Philip
Chaiton. Carter Theodore Mindich.
EMANU-EL. 1801 S Andrews Ave.
Reform, Rabbi Re hard M. Leviton.
Cantor Jeron.e Kit-
HALLANDALE
HALLANDALE JEWISH CENTER,
126 E. HallandaK Beach Blvd.
HOLLYWOOD
BETH EL (TEMPLE). S. 14th Ave.
Reform. RaCbi Samuel Jaffe
p.n mnn i i
f>we Vou ". Katunlaj
'' Shavum
< low -' Vlxkor Mi
al Ban
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE 1532 Washington Avr.
Orthodox Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel.
: Saturd t am
Si n Tl ^ i rid Ri
Saturd.i}
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MIAMI BEACH
aGUOATh ISRAEL. 7801 Ca.iyie Av*
Orthodox. Rabbi laaac Ever
7-4! p.w lay 8: i -
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i ,s '; i
ran ( "iTim ind
,. irvli 7 4^ p m
\- i r 8:30 i m Bonnon "A Tradi-
' Serve aa i Reanbrance" Om-
10 :i) i m.
lE^M ISRAEL. 7T0 40th Street,
Orthodox. Rabbi Berel Wem.
KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave
Orthodox Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abrahim Seif.
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 620 7Mh St.
Conservative. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
wti. Cantor Nico Feldman.
p Bert "' Relr-
l Syi ispoBti*"" fnataflatlnn
prnup
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BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION.
136CO W. Dixie Hwy. Conservative.
Rabbi David Rosenleld. Cantor Ben
Zion Kirschenbauni.
p.n -..... h
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Bar M
Bon o1 i -. Stark
Sntui (. in
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BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE). 172B
Monroe St. Conservative. Rabbi
Morton MaiavS" >
SINAI (TEMPLEi 1201 Johnson St.
Conservative R.irt-i David Shapiro.
Cantor Yehudah He inraun.
MIRAMAR
NCR TAM 3 TEMPLE 80th S" "i
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B'NAI RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 1S3rd St
Conservative. Rabbi Charles M. Ru-
bel Cantor Jack Lerner.
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i ISRAEL TEMPLE:
Way Ccnstrvat ve.
Cutler.
1500 SW fib
Rabbi irv. n
POMPANC BEACH
SHOLOM tevplE). 132 SW nth
Ave Conservative. Rahlu Morna
A. Skop. Cantor Leon Segal.
SINAI (TEMPLE). OF NORTH DADE
Temporary office. 18801 NE 22nd
Ave. Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kmgsley.
I 8:11 al Wi
\ E 167 SI North
Mian ii h. s.'rm ... L-.. i>
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day evei \. i|, v ii
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SKV LAKE SYNAGOGUE 18H1 NE
h Ave Orthodox Rabbi Jonah 6.
Canlan
ii Saturday
in s'i.iv ui il aervl .
V
i s., 15 p n
1 '''.'.. ill S. ri--
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YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER MI-
AMI 90 NE 1"st St Orthodox
Rabb, Naftali Porush.
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Surfsde Commun ; Center 9301
Coil i Ave Orthodox Raobi Isaao
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CANDLEUGHTING TIME
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Friday. Mciv 31. 1963
Cantata Planned For Beth David Confirmation
Beth Bferid Congregation will Hafa.-ah and pmM a cantata, drew Greene. Larry Baunwald ~ ^ Bendell" Mart.n Hersh M inTnj, and Cnnter W?
ring confirmed are Faith B-ack* and Ronald Puder.
Minor Williain Leaton Nancy Da. Rabbi Soi Landau %-iii annd
rii.i -=__ --.-. TV Ten Co^.rr.iadmen:* twtj Fetnberg Robert Tan
.nnual Confirmat.on OT ^ ^^ ^^ ^^ ^in Edward Braverman. Gary
tandny. tne fir* day of Ska- Participating in :he ceremony RacMiM y S*rger. Beh Rienthal. Pamela Emmer. Robin
vuot. at 8 30 am when the con- are V.ctor He.ht Fortuna Perer. lynn MaxwelL Gregg Spieler and Turet-ky. Steven K.--. David Ber-
frrmand. *i!l read tbe Torak and Barbara Bre-ai. R-oerr Pmbb, An- Sraa- G'
Andrew Learner. Kenne-V>
Lipson will provide the ft-.
portion Sol Rabin is the f
lioaal Director of Beth Da.
frey R<-sinek U teacher
The Feast of Weeks
begins with luscious fruit
and
cheering
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Beth Torah Educator I
[s Awarded SabbaticaJ ^3fewisll FlOlpMlLaitl
ham Gitl ilson, i ducational
Beth Torah Congn
North Miami Beach, has been
rded a year's sabbatical leave
. his posl to pursue ;i doctoral
am in residence at the Uni-
versity of Miami, it was announced
eeK b) Kabbi Max A Lip-
-hitz. spiritual leader of the eon-
. -egation. and Joseph Golden,
-esident.
In announcing the award. Dr.
ipschits and Mr. Golden lauded
Mr. Gittelson s ten years of service
:th the congregation during
rhich time, they said. Beth
"orah's Harold Wolk Religious
-chojl ha- grown to be the largest
lebrew department in Greater
liami.
During Mr. Gittelsor's absence,
is oost will be filled by Mrs.
-ving Seidel, who has also been
i the Beth Torah staff for more
nan a decade.
Mr. Gittelson is a graduate of
ihe Teachers Institute of Yeshiva
..ne.Miy and Holds the degree of
LA. in Hebrew education.
He i- currently serving as chair.
:an of the Commission on Jewish
ducation of the Unite;! Syna-
iguc Southeast Region and is a
-t president of the Jewish Edu-
itors Council of Greater Miami.
He has served as an instructs
:iif college of Jewish Studies as
ell as registrar of the North Darie
anch ,as a member of the Board
f License of the Bureau of Jewish
.ducation, and as a consultant at
hicational conferences in Dallas
nd Corpus Christi. Tex and in
rlando.
This summer Mr. Gittelson will
i ne as educational director ol
i amp Ramah in Canada, having
previously been on the educational
staff of the Leadership Training
nstitute of United Synagogue
Youth for the past five year.-.
Mrs. Seidel is a graduate of
Hunter College and the College ol
Jewish Studies of the Bureau of
'-wish Education.
She formerly served as the prin-
p:-il of the Lincoln l'ark Jewish
enter in Yonkers and will par
cipate in the Unit.-I Synagogue's
elton Research Center Seminar
Nyack at the begining of the
mmer,
The congregation will tender a
- ""ewell tp Mr. Gittelson and wel-
-. me Mrs. Seidel to the post dur-
9 special National Jewish Teach-
' s Dav services Friday ev<;'-inq
/hen other faculty members will
'.o k>* honored.
Schre'her, ch ol the
'
This summer
an adult cabana club.
Sorry, you must be 18 years old
or over to enjoy the facilities
of a leased cabana at the Doral.
No exceptions, even for guests
of the lessee. Now to October 31
occupancy for up to six persons.
The rentals are S500, S575, $650.
^K)RAL0NTHE0GE\N
Call Loretta White, Cabana Office, 532-3600
Miami, Florida, May 31, 1968
c = .:o.-. B
BiaBBVbtSaM. A
ABRAHAM GITfllSON
Beth Torah School Board, an-
nounced that Mrs. Dorothy Gruen,
preschool director, Mrs. Rudolph
. icnu-r and Mrs. Manuel Berg-
man will be honored for ten years
of service.
Special recognition will be ex-
tenoed to Alexander Andron. who
.vill be taking a leave of absence
liter -even vars at Beth Torah.
.slid Ilyman Cohen, who retired
after more than 40 years of teach-
ing jn Jewish education, including
Ive years at Beth Torah
Other teachers to be cited in-
clude Mrs Miriam Abraham. Mrs.
Sc-iijamin Altshuler. Rabbi Abra-
ham B<-n Ilil'el. Mrs. Dora Dwor
kin. Lewis Goodman. Miss Hana
. uck, airs. Warren Katz. Mrs.
tf orris Levin. Mrs. Max Steinfink
and Max Weitz of the Hebrew De
partment; Miss Pamella Epstein.
Miss Blnnette Summer, Mrs. Flor-
snee Wildstein and Mrs Martin
Zigler ">1 the Sunday School staff;
Mrs. Herbert Comm. Mrs Sol El-
fenbein. Mrs. Murray Fraud, Mrs
Francis Heilig. Mrs Arthur Hirsch.
berg. Miss Abby Klein and Mrs.
Sidney Walker of the Pre School
-taff; Mrs Melvin Rosenbaum. li-
brarian, and Miss Carole MacKcn-
rie, music director
Cemetery Is Desecrated
in )\.\ (WNS)The Jewish ceme-
er> at thi e ol Geilenkirsch-
en was de ecrated by unidentified
dlums who overturned stoi i -
md smeai i asl ikas on many
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ported to have a lo :ed to the
lev hi "i: ii unitj for thi outra
Annual Meeting To
Mark Dr. Narot's
18th Anniversary
Observance of Dr. Joseph R.
Narot's 18th anniversary as senior
rabbi of Temple Israel of Greater
Miami will highlight the 47th an-
nual congregational meeting of
South Florida's pioneer Reform
Jewish congregation Wednesday
evening.
Dedication of the new Morris D.
Wolfson Auditorium, first phase of
Temple Israel's $2,000,000 urban
lenewal program to be completed,
will be another feature of the eve-
ning, in addition to the election of
Elliott D Blumenthal to a second
one-year term as president. Offi-
cers of the congregation, the Men's
Club and Sisterhood are to be in-
stalled.
A special prayer of dedication
was written by the internationally-
noted poet. Ruby Fogel (Mrs. Jack
Levkofl). a member of the congre-
gation. Circuit Court Judge Harold
B. Spaet. a past president, is chair-
man of the evening.
Rabbi Kobrinetz To Head
Miami University ffillel
Rabbi Simeon Kobrinetz, direc-
tor of the B'nai B'rith Hillel Foun.
dation at the University of Florida
in Gainesville, has been named
Hillel director at the University
of Miami.
Rabbi Kobrinetz. whose appoint-
ment becomes effective at the
i start of the fall term, succeeds Dr.
Donald D. Michelson, who served
in the Miami University Hillel post
for 20 years.
A native of New York City.
Rabbi Kobrinetz was graduated
from Yeshiva University and was
ordained at the Rabbi Isaac El-
chana Theological Seminary. He
also has a master's degree from
Columbia University.
He joined the Hillel Foundations
staff in 1955 as director at the
' University of Georgia, then took
leave of absence to serve as an
Air Force Chaplain. He was award-
ed the Air Force Commendation
Medal.
Hillel director at the University
of Florida since !93. Rabbi Ko-
brinetz. 40. and his wife are par-
ents of a son and a daughter
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Fridcv. May 31. 1968
fJknisfr fhrkMaan
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Kmanu-EI To
Hold Sunday
Confirmation
Tem] le Emanu El, Miami Beach,
h I h(...-i its traditional Confirma-
lion service at 10:30 a.m. Sunday,
the flrd day oi the Shavuot holi-
,.> when Habbi [rvlng Lehrman,
i nal leader, will address tin
|t-ciii:'ririation class.
[Tie confirmanda will participate
n a presentation during the wt\
ted; "We Count Our Bless
A family luncheon will be held at
I,- I'ontainebleau Hotel following
|l ei ce with the coniirmands,
i parents and guests taking
art
\l Leonard Friedland and
Urs Berber) Buchwald are co-
, n -. ol the confirmation pai
mittee.
r'retfrlG Ira Weitz is the 19(W
.. valedictorian and Deborah
in B.ichwald is class president.
Rabbi Landau Is Elected Chairman Of refined professional lady
Dade County Youth Advisory Board
Members of the
,i>- ais*> include:
confirmation
th A below, Ala Muni.- Bear,
la Helen Bnxles, Jacqueline
iK, Nancy Uarcla Friedland,
i lans, Sherry Robin Oei II-
irtam Cii'lle i:iiisii.iit. Donna
doldMteln. Klllni Green, Dawn
Shlndler. I.lnda Karen Hir-li.
Anne Knye, Saury Beth Kell-
i.tbra Knauer, Olivia sue Levin,
!] Alan Nfurtuin, Sheii-1..... Ork>.
\.,\\, i'.-i.i Onelp, Helen Prance*
William Jay Semi I, Marjorle Dee
Kenneth Mark BoM8ln( Ceaar
i mI Stnne, Barl Teluhman, and
n Richard VVelner.
RABBI SOL LANDAU
Fascell Calls For
U.S-Israel Alliance
Florida Congressman Dante B.
Fascell this week called on the
United Stales Senate to explore the
possibility of an alliance between
Israel and the United Slates as a
means ol establishing a stable and
lurable peace in the Middle East.
A resolution introduced by Rep.
Fascell also calls on the President
[0 seek peace in Hie Middle East
Jirough the United Nations by an
international guarantee of national
frontiers in the area.
In introducing the resolution
calling for a two-pronged approach
to bring peace to the Middle Fast,
Rep. Fascell pointed out that the
prospects of a peaceful settlement
in the area have been jeopardized
by the heavy flow of Soviet mili-
arj equipment and Soviet "tech-
nicians" to some of the Arab
Mates,
Rabbi Sol Landau, spiritual lead-
er of Beth David Congregation.
his been elected chairman of the
Metropolitan Dade County Youth
Advisory Board. He succeeds Dr.
David Rolhenberg of Miami Beach.
Other newly elected officers in-
clude Dr. Edward Bravnon. vice
chairman and Mrs. Leonard Beld*
ner. secretary.
The Youth Advisory Board con-
sists of representatives from 11
major community organizations,
and serves in an advisory capacity
to the County Commission and the
community on matters involving
children.
Appointed to the Board by the
County Commission last year.
Rabbi l.andau is secretary of the
Greater Miami Rabbinical Associ-
tion, and i,~ a member ol the Board
I Of the Dade County Mental Heallh
Association, Inc. He was appointed
to the Dade County Community
Relations Board by Mayor Stephen
P. Clark. His book. 'Bridging Two
Local Leukemia Society
Plans Movie Benefit
The World Premiere of a Debbie
i Reynolds James Garner film will
benefit the Dade County Chapter
' of the Leukemia Society July 9.
Tickets to the premiere showing
of "How Sweet It Is" at the Carib
Theater can be purchased at the
Leukemia Society offices. 804 Con-
gress Bldg.
Worlds." has just been released
A new project winning wide par
ticipation is an awards program
administered by the County Com-
mission to salue the average good
boy and girl in the county. Co-
chairmen are Mrs. Jack Kassewitz
and Edward Soucy.
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P-rj- 5-3
Mizrachi Women Plan June Meetings
Chapters of Mizrachi Women's group.
:!..] utton of Amcr'ca have
aimed varied programs and else- Dov Ch2?t>r has scheduled a
n> of new officers for their June noon board meeting for Wedne-
Aviva Chapter will hold it; gen-
a] :neeting at 2:15 Monday, June
" at Coral Gablei Federal. Mrs.
-.inn April is president of the
,IHA Volunteers
Cited For Service
Volunteers from the Volunteer
S rvice Corps of the Jewish Home
- the Aped and the National
moil of Jewi-h Women were
ired by the Home recently at
"Recognition Coffee."
The meeting, vhich was under
e chairmanship of Mrs. Nathan
Xsik, Council Senior Citizen
airmen at the Home, heard an
iteatlog of the volunteer service
t> Mr. Sadie Gordon, arts and
.fts worker, and Howard Riley.
- >up worker.
ay, and a general meeting at
icon Wednesdav, June 19. Both
LS are to be at Hie home of
.1.- liel-.n Bond Miller, 1629 SW
\ fh St. Mrs. Louis Tokayer is presi-
dent.
Hadar Chapter will hold a board
mee.ing at 10:30 a.m. Monday, at
ihe home of Mrs. Herman Shaw,
I2oo Daytonia Rd. Biscayne Point.
Mrs. Charles Simon is president of
he group.
Hitikvah Chapter, Mrs. Hyman
Kjlko. president, will conduct the
Thursday, June 6 noon meeting at
Kneseth Israel Congregation.
Kinntret Chapter will have its
general meeting at 8:30 p.m.
Wednesday at Temple Zamora
T.ie donor and installation lunch-
on w 11 be held at noon Sunday,
June 9. at the YM-YWHA of Great-
er Miami. 8500 SW 8th St. Mrs.
Bernard Gelbert is president.
r.he 75 volunteers were honored
r their n;orc than 4.0C
rvice in the program.
Mrs. Rachel Laufer Katz. presi-
their more than 4,000 hours of denl of ,ht' Mi' Beach Chapter,
will conduct th? 1 p.m. Wednesday
meeting on June 12 at Washington
Federal Auditorium. 1234 Wash-
ington Ave.
auxiliary To Meet
The regular luncheon :iiee*in?
f the Delia Delancy Hemophilia
iu-ciliary will take place at noon
'.'bursday, June 6. at the Be! Alre
otei 6515 Collins Ave. Mrs. Leah
dell will preside.
Shalom Chapter has slated its
general meeting for 1 p.m. Thurs-
day. June 6. at 100 Lincoln Rd.
Mrs. Solomon Trachtcnberg is pres-
ident of the group.
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The 1968-69 leadership of the
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Officers of the organization.
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member-hip vice president: Mrs.
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fJewisti fkrirli tr
Paae 7-B
Michael Linet (riqhti. president of the Aleoh Zadik Aleph
chapter of the Miami B'nai B'rith Youth Orqaniza-
lion, presents his qioup's p'edqe of S500 for the Combined
'.-wish Apoe-:! to Mrs. Girt Bossak. Florida reqional director
of the BBYO and Allan Greenberq who inspired the effort
:>y the yoath qioup.
BBYO Board To Install New Slate
Mrs Harold Feldman will be] -Mrs. Girl Bossak, Florida region
ii -tailed a- the now chairman ol lirector, will present two special
llu Board "f Directors of Hie Mia n* : Director's Awards.
B ai K'rith Youth Organization at j
lh< organization's fourth annual | ....._,
.illation to be held at 8 p.m
W \am lay in the Algiers Motel
Vi ith, advisers and parents will
pa tuipato in the event.
E. Albert I'allot. international
rice president ot B'nai B'rith, will
i e as installing officer, with
Norman M Sevln, a Miami attor-
ney, serving as master of cere
monies,
William L. Sheade. vice presl
rtenl of the Miami BBYO Board
huh is the coordinating and
steering body tor the 53 B'nai
B'rith lodges and chapters which
lonsor the 33 local youth chap
rs, is in charge of arrangements.
Robert M. Blacker is outgoing
('(airman.
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Mine 5. and at the Normandy Isle
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Forty-seven boys and girls will be
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at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, according
to an announcement b) Mrs. Irv-
ing B Kaplan, chairman of the
ioard ol Education ol the temple
The students will be presented
wt'i Confirmation Certificates al
lie Pridaj evening service The)
will also be presented with in-
cribed Bibles, gifts from the Sis-
ikI
rhe theme ol this yea > Con-
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s Redeemed. Humanity Will Be
Redeemed."
The Confirmation Parents Coi
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Isaac Fleischman and the mom-
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Milton Gaynor and Mrs. Byron
Topol, treasurers; Mrs. Sandra
Smith. Mrs. Morton Fisher, Mrs
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N '" > Paw 1 Itii: 1. Harl l.vnn
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Ainu Sidney, How aril Srotl fi itn
Mlrliim Culdxmlth, Juilllii
Lynn '.....Iman .1......1 Beth II. i
Shelley ,loim, ,\;. m Claire k"i n
Alan Kclw aril krinxman, AIhii I.
I bikIiih Kan 11 I > line I......n u Ki
Heth I..V111. Herln rl Xeal I i
luil) A tin 1 ui M> run Marx, \
I -> 'iii Mi 11 Maxlnc Joj MlehaelHon
Mil li.ll. Sue Miller, l..-li. .1 ill i Ippi ,
helmei Samuel Michael iihiiuh. Ajpv
Kllen I'ollaek, Tobj Klleii l*i.|Vfffn'.
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Tht Greater Miami Jewish
Fede! Ion held its 30th annual
in.. : j recently at the Deau
ville 'tel.
Am g the quests were Mr.
and Mrs. Aaron Kravilz. Mrs.
Xrav.". wore a navy silk linen
tkimn .r with white ruflles at the
neeki.e and around the sleeves.
Mrs. Sam Ileiman was in a pink
~ilk : ree-piece ensemble with
the c .1 ending at the skirt hem-
line. .Vis. Bertha Phillips chose a
pink ; nd silver brocade dress
and : -tchir^ coat.
Mr Benjamin (Anna Brenner)
Meyt ; wore a white silk brocade
eovktail ensemble with a double
breasted jacket. Gold silk was
worn Jf Mrs. Paul Faske. A flat
-eli-ftrric bov trimmed the bod-
ice o:' ner dress, which had three-
quart*.- length sleeves. Mrs. Jo-
seph T Zuckerman's silver and
whiw ".latelasse had long sleeves
and;, jewel neckline. Shell pink
chiffo" was worn by Mrs. Joseph
Okufc. Vertical bands of seed
peafi' and sequined flowers were
hanp"-* mbtoidered.
lirt. Ben Essen wore a striking
ensev.Me which she had made.
The- walte fabric was an imported
lightweight silk blend with a soft
finisf. Pearls in iced pastel colors
bancv-l her coat, created a bib
effec* at the neckline, and encir-
cled rer waist :n a wide cum-
mer*' nd. Her shoe buckles were
of tlu same ?<*aris.
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Miss Greenstein
Is Fiancee Of
Marvin Lessne
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Greenstein
announce the engagement of their
daughter. Trudy, to Marvin L.
Lessne. son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris
Lessne. 6341 NW 19th Ct.. Holly-
wood.
Miss Greenstein, who resides at
2551 NW 13th St.. is employed by
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
Dade Countv. She also attends
Miami-Dade Junior College, where
she is a candidate for the Associ-
ate degree in Education.
Mrs. Jack Katzman selected a Mr Lessne is a graduate of the
champagne colored Chantillv lace Scno01 f L of 'he University of
skimmer with a silk cowl neck- Miami and is a practicing attorney
line. The lace was reembroidered in Forl Laiiderdale
with silver lined caviar beads,
seed pearl.-, and rhinestones. Mrs.
Leo Eisenstein topped her ice
blue and silver brocade with a
silver lace stole. Mrs. Trudy Ham-
erschlags silver and white bro-
cade was banded in self-fabric at
the cowl neckline and repeated
at the hemline.
A December wedding is planned.
Sky Lake Women Elect Mrs. Deutch
Mrs. Sadie Nelson, elected presi- Tunick. recording secretary and
dent of the Sky Lake Synagogue j Mrs Ir.^rid Roskin. treasurer.
Sisterhood, will succeed Mrs. Lil- Board members are Mrs. Bess
lian Deutch. who becomes hon- Burman, Mrs. Alice Brown, Mrs.
Ombred greens blended in the orar> President.
Esther Gordon. Mrs. Rose Feld and
French brocade worn by Mrs.
Other officers include Mrs. Tillie Mrs. Betty Weiner.
Lou Pallot. The buttons on her : Erlich, vice president in charge of Project chairmen for the coming
cocktail ensemble were embroid- Programing; Mrs. Rebecca Bala- i year are Mrs. Roberta Lieberman,
ered with iridescent green bugle jban, membership vice president; publicity; Mrs. Miriam Halpern,
beads. Miss Laura Ammerman's Mrs. Bruche Rosen, honorary vice telephone; Mrs. Shirley Cole, rum-
white silk worsted featured a j president; Mrs. Mavis Kaplan, cor- mage; Mrs. Marcia Engelman, col
square yoke with 3 decollete responding secretary; Mrs. Marilyn
back. Multicolored jewels trim
Carole Farber.
Marc Firestone
Are Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Farber.
5233 Alton Rd Miami Beach, an
nounce the engagement of their
daughter. Carol Ann. to Marc Alan.
Firestone, son of Dr. and Mrs
Leon Firestone. Huntington Woods,
Mich.
med her yoke.
Mrs Norton Pallet's silk and
worsted ensemble was in sun-
burst gold. Her sheath was topped
with a matching coat which fea-
tured sell-covered buttons, a high
neckline, long sleeves, and in-
teresting gathers on the sides.
Mrs. Stanley Myers wore a
white lace with pink satin trim.
A pink chiffon topper completed
her ensemble. A black lace jacket
dress was seen on Mrs. Louis
Glasser.
Mint green chlfion was worn
by Mrs. Moe Levin. The chiffon
flowed freely from her jeweled
yoke, and her earrings and brace-
let were from Israel. Mrs Oscai
Shapiio's pink brocade bodice
was combined with a silk crepe j parliamentarian'
skirt. Pearls trimmed her modi- '
tied bateau neckline.
A porcelain blue silk brocade
cocktail ensemble was worn by
Mrs. Leon Kaplan. Her matching
colored chitton blouse had a
small bow at the neckline.
lections; Mrs. Charlotte Fine, cake
sales and Mrs. Rose Kestin. ac-
knowledgement fund.
Mrs. Kestin will also chair the \ Michigan in April.
Queen Esther affair: Mrs. Reba
The bride-elect attended Miami
Beach Senior High School and was
graduated from the University of
Mrs. Harry Bernard
|, IIaim MtT President
", a S""" "Vk'^k^'T'k1"", 'm". Mr. Firestone holds a B.S. de-
Mrs. Harry Bernard has assumed i Linetsky. the Chanukah party; Mrs. _. .. ,. .
the presidency of the Gulf Stream j Ceil Heimowitz, card parties; Mrs. j ?ree in Physics from the Lmver
Chapter of Women's American Fanny Schecter. stamp books: Mrs. : sity of Michigan and is currently
ORT for 1968-69. I Beverly Scherfer. donor and donor doing graduate work at the Uni-
Also installed by Mrs. Florence | luncheon: Mrs. Cecely Sturman, vers;tv 0f Indiana.
Kupperman, past regional presi- j gift shop and Mrs. Lolly Trietman, |
dent, were Mrs. Martin Dernis. auction. A December wedding is planned
Mrs. Robert Goodman, Mrs. Mel-
vin Safra, Mrs. Michael Lipsky and
Mrs. Jerome Greenbaum, vice
presidents; Mrs. Peter Sobol, re-
cording secretary: Mrs. Gary Sel-
kowitz, corresponding secretary:
Mrs. Laurie Holtz. financial secre-
tary; Mrs Ira Selwyn, membership
dues secretary; Mrs. Jerry Stein,
treasurer and Mrs. Jerome Silvers,
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LEO HOHAUSER
PLUMBING
CONTRACTING KfPflHIHS
Serving Dade County Over 25 Yeori
1811 S.W. 14th ST. HI 6-9904
Joan Bloom Is Bride
Of Bob Lefkowitz
Joan Bloom, daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Joe Bloom, of Minneapolis.
Minn., and Bob Lefkowitz, son of
Mrs. Rave Lefkowitz of Miami
Beach, were married May 28 in a
ceremony at Temple EmanuEl.
Miami Beach.
The groom is a Miami Beach
hotel owner.
r Photographic
Portraits
A valued ff/r.-
A vrkeleti trtaturt
Omt Nt locr.fion-923 ARTHUR GODFREY ROAD, MIAMI BEACH
Telephones JE 1-1872 and 534-4930
TIGRISS LURE
BEAUTY SALON
Coral Park Shopping Center
9778 S.W. 8th Street
Phone: 216-3712
%
5
CUT
INCLUDED
PERMANENT WAVE
EARLY BIRD SPECIAL
Mon. thro Thur. 9 Til 12
(LIMITED OFFER)
FREE-FACIAL or HAIRCUT
WITH
Shampoo Set & Manicure
S2.50 51.50
APHRODITES
BEAUTY SALON
551 N.E. 167 Street
North Miami Beach
947-2991
Entrance at Rear
Grand Way Shopping Center
NE 6 Avenue & 167th Street
Like New Fashions for
The Entire Family
CLOTHES CLOSET
Open 10-6-Closed Wed.
2024 S.W. 57th Avenue
Miami, Florida
PHONE 666-4507
SYBIL'S BRIDAL GOWNS
LARGEST SELECTIONS
Priced For Every Budget
"SYBIL'S 20 West Flagler St.
Enroll Nowl Limited Room.
SUMMER PROGRAM
ADELPHI SCHOOLS
Ask for our Summer Bulletin
North Miami 757-7623
South Miami 661-7631
LIVE-IN MAIDS
SPONSORS NEEDED
free Merchant Green Stamps
For Details
A-l EMPLOYMENT
379-8382
MARKS
The word tor quality
cleaning and laund ry
1201-20 th Street
Miami Beach, Fla.
Tel.538-6104
Open 7a.m.to 7p.m.
In by 10, out by 5.
Same day service for
cleaning, shirt laundering,
flatwoik,fluffdry
Never an extra charge.
PS. We love you.


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8245 S.W. 149 DRIVE
MAGNIFICENT POSSESSION

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LEMAJt HOTEL
large Air Corxl. or Fan.
Cook, Block Beach Low Rates
SIC WW and Up
239 9th Stre Miami Beach
PSorte 534-4744
24 Hc.r Se'/ ce
LfLA B. REED, Reo/for
575 NE 125nX Street
North Miami, Florida
Phone 751-1688
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Sll-0970 Ft Load.
9*9 7551 Miami
SMITH REALTY
6420 Gt fTITM tOAD
DAVE FLOBIOA
Professional Careers
Search Consultants
F. A. WINSTON
Soite 214 Executive Bldg
1175 NE 125th Street
Miami, Florida 33161
POKT
ST. .IOII\
2 LOTS
Free and Clear Valued at
$3,600
will take
S2 000 CASH
Phone 624-0243
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8105 S.W. 140 TERR.
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Phone: 665-5419
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FRANCHISORS
INVESTORS
FRANCHISEES
m 00t DISPLAY Of TEN BKum
FBANCHTSES AT OUB OFFICE AT
1101 BBKKEU AVE.. MIAMI SUITE
70> DISCUSS T0U INDIVIDUAL
WEDS WITH MR. ANGEL AN0 MB.
C0?SON ON MOM TUS., or.*" WE0.,
JUNE M THBU JUME 5th. CALL MS.
MM BfCKMAl DiBKTOt
358-1865 fOB DEFINITE APPOINT-
MENT.
WANTED VACANT
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Firm Price of S35 000 Cosh J
NC AGENTS
Call: 635-6519
R. D. VAUGHN
Southern Marine Service
GRAND OPENING!
Firjf Cama'efe Senr'ce Center
Service on o'l Moriae Engines
All Mar n? S'or; Items
10*-. Discount
8700 S W. 129 Terrace
lone block W of S Dixie Hwy
Phone 238-6071

New Aristocrat Homes
& -_ ,;. e: const co"
OPE 144 STREET
. ua*" -' *'- + -% / acaaai
. .-.j- -3i nurea
... --.'.% %- '-tcng and
u- -1 Mr Caravaasat an Dai
.4 S grtl cal n.rn *A*.
C. (,. PARIS, Realtor
Phone 143-5288
ALL SOLD OUT
NEED LISTINGS
BBeeidv Buy*rs
EExperienced
AAction
Lleave yar problems with as.
TTerms orronoea*
0-Owr time is yeur time
B-Resalts: Nat Pramises
KING REALTY INC.
REALTORS
8000 N.W. 7th Ave. 693-2881
8 UNITS
N-a' B ra/ne B --r C Bt n Nici
>y furnit"d. Olde^ Bu icJing out r>
**:* ?"t c.ndit on O-wne'- a 'i
-.j--/ f-e-tgage w tn t?C 0C0 D'- #vr
EXECUTIVE EXCLUSIVE
Large i Dedroorn. ~ r.a!" *-or-e on
acre in oref.tge area S'.uth of
Baot't Hoaoitai Foyer entrance
large I v g rcon- and kitahan
extra large acreened pat'o and
aairbta garage
533,200 Moke An Offer
BILL HARRIS
RE.4LT0B
9875 N. Bendoll Drive 271-9875
4 UNITS
Of* Le Jeune Boad a->d in Trail
County taxes only 135.000
6 UNITS GABIES
5 O^t titGmrrt. afficJency *,r
cond ',cr Mtqe Make o*'e-
Tl SAL INC BROKER
3V. M.norca 444-Z851
I NOW LEASING
FlPS UNFUHM
1 Or 2 B-O'COfni. Soac CUl rrilt-r*
apt> S % "irrtinsj pool, tenni-i court
putt r9 Br*" rivffle Board coat
doc* 1Q "^ n| tea to downtown
BAY PARK TOWERS
Phone: 373-3104
ISLAND LIVING
Execative type turn.
1 Bedroom Apt. from naw te Dec.
Picture Windows
Over-leak Bitcoyne Boy
*" Paal and Dockage
< Sunmmer Bates
\ 405 N. Hibiscus Drive
i Hibiscas Island
, Phene: 538 0230
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MOST DESIRABLE!
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24 Brand new ane and two bedroom
/. .! cave nnn *-- -..... u I
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opts paal S6S 000 income. No |
', closing casts. Substantial cash re- {
aaired. LEONABD SIMS.
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i J. J. CALDWELL, Realtor ,
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360 MINOBCA, C0BAL GABIES
| Phone: 444-8479
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5 ACRES
Private Road, Electricity
Available. 75 miles West of
Miami. $3,000.
CALL OWNER:
949-2463
SOUTH M'AMI HOME
A BEALTY ABUSED
ESTATE ABEA
CBS rombling rancher, "big and
beautiful" and "needs your tender
touch. 4 "-. mortgoge or
refinance.
BETTY BRESLOW 221-1364
JERRY D. STARR, Realtor
10535 S. Dixie Highway
Phone 665 1161
5 ACRES $995
FULL PRICE
$20 Down $20 Month

Near Da de's Ne w Jet Port
You Get Deed. Act Now!
Call:
NOAH HITE, BROKER
696-6631 Anytime
BEAUTIFUL OAKS
> 25 ACRES 4 4 4 4 AT LAST!
> LUXURY COMES TO
f HALF milt FROM CITT LIMITS 4 4 4
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OF HIGHLAND, N.C. 4 4 Elegant living in the English man-
4 4 ner m the Un'urn. 1 and 2 bed-
NEXT TO HIGHLANDS room Aot.. now available in the
4 charming new
COUNTRY CLUB 4 4 YORKSHIRE APTS.
1 PHONE OWNER: 4 4 4 8950 S.W 69 Ct Directly behind Lum'i on U S 1.
r 4 our 4 ttory cattle of ao'endor awaits
666-9956 4 4 your inspection Agent on premises 10-5 PM Furniture rental avail-
? 4 able. 665-6420. Sorry no children
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B. WISE REALTY
The Apartment Specialist'
Buy, Build, Sell, Trade
Manage, Appraise
1220 S. Miami Avenue
371-6795 -358-3757
? 4
^ And lusi- tropical plantings frame J
a this gorgeous modern home with 3 *
a Eedrooms. 3 baths, powder room. <
a paneled den. 2-car garage, real 4
a family room, and 20i45' pool 4
There's a handsome foyer, entry. 4
a formal dining room, wood burning 4
s fireplace, central heat and air. Big 4
? lot with sprinkler system At the 4
? new price un the $70'i this ex- 4
r citmgly different home is one of 1
t Gables best offerings 1
* FRANK KERDYK.REALTOR
263' Ponce de Leon 4-6-2S86
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COCONUT GBOVE
HOmt
I YOUR OWN BOAT DOCK
I NO BRIDGES TO BAY
3 Bedroom 2 bath. Florida room
| central heat and air. Low S30 '
| '801 Fairhaven Place |
OPEN 2-5 1
Beo/for Phi/ Perry Inc. 377-0587
I 2007 S. W. 1st STREET I
NEAB TEMPLE JUOEA
DEEP WATERWAY

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4 Bedrooms, 4 Baths, Boat Slip t| I
ACRE ESTATE
BY OWNER
Dock. Den and detached office.
Large Pool.Enclosed in Fan
Shaped Patio. Features Florida
living. Vacant.
Open 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. S97,0O0
1220 Alfonso Ave., Coral Gables
Phone: MO 1-6382
KENDALL AREA
I 20x40 POOL
j 3 BEDROOM, 2 bath. Florida
i recreat
' fenced
I
room. *
creation room. 2 car garage. J
ed yard. sprinkler system. I
| many other extras, was S37.900 will!
accept any Reas. offer. Call 271-2441 '
Eves or 665-7411 Ext. 251 days I
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NEAR BAPTIST HOSPITAL
$50,000 PRIVATE OWNER
HAS CONTEMPORARY, MODERN
HOME AVAILABLE. CUBAN THE
FOTER, DEN, POOL AND PATIO 4
BEDROOM, 3 BATH, MANY, MANY
EXTRAS. FOR APPOINTMENT CALL
374-5123.
; HIGHLAND LAKES POOL j
6 Months new. 3 bedroom 3 bath J
> screened patio, central air and
a heat, eat in kitchen, garage, carpet- 4
S mg and drapes. 2 blocks to school. 4
r Good placed mortgage. S37.500. 4
CHOICE LOCATIONS <
? Boulevard street Walk to City pool. 4
t 3 bedroom 2 bath. Florida room. 4
* large kitchen built in range, carpet. 4,
* sprinklers. 120.500 <
! Lucille Brunner, Realtor \
t 17150 N.E. 19 Ave

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947-2567 t
80 ACRES
Near Homestead Airport
$1,750 per acre
Good Terms
EDRIS BREAUX, BROKER
65 N.W. 9 St., Homestead
247-1781 or 247-5959
INVESTMENT
PROPERTY
20 STORES $50,000 INCOME
ALSO
40 ACRES SOUTH DADE
MARIA K. SINAK
Broker
40 N.W. 46th AVENUE
PHONE: 444-9314
MONEY WANTED
$25,000 2nd 10"", S400 month 0
beautiful 30 unit apt house
$12,500 1st 10', en 3 Bedroom CBS
home, fenced, awnings, sprinkler. 2
blocks from large shopping center
$14,500 2nd 10<", 3 years on office
building Cost $40,000. baiar r i *
1st mortgage $9,000.
$2500. IC", 2nd $54 Mo. on be.iutiful
home. Loaded with equity.
$45,000 1st 10*V. $570 Mo. Down
town income property.
CALL MEL HABER 374.'761
Guardian Mtg. 119 E Flaple-

LUCAYA
FREEPORT
SACRIFICE
Owner needs cosh. Will sell 3
ocres in lucaya, Freeport area at
a loss. Call 754-5293. 8 to 11 A.M.
NOW
20,000 SO. FT.
2,100 FT. OFFICE
Brand new ready to move in. 18'
ceiling, choice earner, Dode's best
location.
Indusfrial Sites
Sale lease or Build
MIAMI DADE INDUSTRIAL PARK Inc.
4450 N.W. 135 St.
685-5191
LIMITED Ol I III
INVESTORS OR USERS PRICED BELOW MARKET
CORNER N.E. 4th Ave., A 62nd Straet, Miami, Florid.,
190x250-INDUSTRIAL R. R. LOT
CALL OWNER BROKERS PROTECTED 866-1544


Friday. May 31. 1968
fJenisti fhrMRoun T
Paqe 1 IB
Nathan Gould Will Address Southwest CRT Conference
Nathan Gould, national execu-
tive director of Women's Ameri-
can ORT. will be the guest speak
er at Uie annual planning confer- p
ence of the organization's South
eastern Florida Region to be held i
at 9 a.m. Wednesday at the Ever-
glades Hotel.
During the conference, Mrs.
Theodore Zalle- will be installed
as president of the region.
other officers who will serve
for the coming year include Mrs
Convalescent Home
Pavilion Accepts
Custodial Patients
The Jewish Convalescent Home
Pavilion for the Aged is one o| the
institutions serving the older adult
who can no longer live indepen-
dently In the community.
It :- not merely a home for its
residents, offering shelter, food
.in I laundry, but pro ides a variet>
,>f highly specialized care, such as
nursing, recreation and religious
set \ ices
The c at for those persons un-
able tu pay the full cost ui their
res dencc at home is made possible
\,\ contributions.
The home maintains a kosher
kitchen and > qualified dietician
deU : mines both regular and spe-
cial diets (diabetic, salt-tree, soft,
1.landi There is tr.i\ service for
those unable to no to the main
dining room. Residents who need
intensive care are given what
amounts to "around-the-clock" at-
tention under the supervision of
registered nurses, and physic, il
therapy is available when needed.
Lou Jacobson. executive commit-
tee chairman; Mrs. Edward Levin-
son. Mrs. Leonard Peehenik. Mrs
It. Yarmark. Mrs. Harry Kaufman.
Mrs. Jacob Classman and Mrs. Je-
rome Silver-, vice presidents; Mrs.
Irving Titles, Broward area co-
ordinator: Mrs. Gerald Schwartz.
treasurer; Mrs. Edward Light, fi
nanclal secretary; Mrs Norman
Morris, membership dues secre-
tary; Mrs. Monis Grecnberg, re-
cording secretary; Mrs [da Ko
dish, corresponding secretary; and
(loiifiriiiation Services
Rabbi Ralph Y. Carmi, spiritual
leader, will conduct Shavuot-
lonflrmalion services at 8; 15 p.m.
Saturday at Temple Tifereth Is-
rael, 6500 N. Miami Ave.
A reception following the serv-
ices is planned by the parents oj
the confirmands in honor of their
children. Michael Atlass, Susan If-
shin. Faith Lapidus, Marsha stern
ind Sophia Temel.
Mrs. Harold Schneider, parliamen-
tarian
Mrs. Schneider will report on
ORT activities throughout the
world.
WAY-LO HOME REPAIRS
FROM ROOF TO FOUNDATION
Also Wood and Asphalt Shingles
Phono: CA 1-6372
STUDENTS
IATE MODEL CESSNA 150's
S16 DUAL S13 SOIO.
NEW TAM'AM'
AMERICAN AVIATION 238-4774
l?a"0 S W. 137 Avenue
OVER THE COUNTER
FOR PROMPT STOCK
QUOTATIONS & SERVICE
Call JAY FIKSEL
AT KARROS. IAVE & DCAM, INC.
377-2563
Monday thru Friday
LAKE FRONT
'; ACRE 3 bedroom. 2 hath, de-
signed with redwood A cor.il rock,
800' patio with roof & screening,
oirage. sprinkler system Central
air and heat. Loads of closets.
DUO S.W. 64 Avenue
Phone 665-1662
C BAR S RANCH
6801 S.W. 120 Avenue
Rent our Clubhouse with BBQ Pit,
Hay rides, or juke box, for your
Clubs, Church, Parties, Civic affairs
Horses bearded, bought and sold.
271-2008 885-2149
WE BUY
OLD GOLD & DIAMONDS
LE MONDE JEWELERS
8499 Coral Way
p* W W^ MARY LEE FOR FLOWERS
Complete Floral Service
Designed To Every Occasion
Wire & Delivery Service
1662 N.E. 123rd STREET
Phone: 751-8509
MIAMI LAKES
4
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Miami's 0/rfesf & larqett
SAME DAY SERVICE
BR'NG Color TV Tape Stereo
Auto U S For-ign
Factory Authorized Service
5805 S.W. S S. MO 7 2574
TRAIL TV
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PALM SPRINGS <
REALTY, INC., REALTORS <
821-6110 or 821-1 J
801 W. 40th STREFT 4
HIALEAH. FLORIDA
4
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Higher Ratio Of
Favorites Win At
Biscavne Track
Although the greyhounds gen-
erally run truer to form at Bis-
cavne. the track currently is en-
joying the most consistent racing
In it~ 41-year history
At the present time, the per-
centage ot winning favorites is an
extremely high 38.06. The national
average, a) both dog and horse
tracks, is '.',2 percentand il rarely
varies far from that figure
The percentage of favorites fin-
ishing In-the-monej also is al an
.ill-time high with the post-time
picks running first, second or third
73 .iJ. percent of the lime.
Despite inclement weather, Bis-
i ne still is mm ing along al a
ecord pace that will make this
the besl met ting in track historj
FLORIDA LIVING
Furn. or Unfurn. Apts. becoming avail-
able. 5 excellent locations, pool, air-
Cond., Etc.
CONCORD PLAZA APTS.
981 N.E. 169 Street
947-4192
YAHRZEIT, the annh er ary ol
the death ol a close relative is a
i that originated in Ger-
man} .
Re-Roofing & Repairs
All Type Roofs Since 1920
PALMER Roofing Co.
FR 3-6244
IN EXCHANGE FOR
FEW HOURS SERVICE
Daily shopping and cooking
(Kosher preferred) for couple,
will give room and board or
board and salarv, Call after 7
p.m. Phone 754-0050.
PALMS TREES SHRUSS
WOODWARD'S
NURSERY
9737 S.W. 9Sth St. 271-2075
YOU CAN
Invest SI 000 to $10,000 plus your
ability in our going business.
20o on Your investment payable
monthly.
TOP SSS FOR YOUR ABILITY IF
IT LENDS ITSELF TO OUR BUS'NESS.
CALL 758-8396 9 to 12
FOUND YO'M DRUM!!
9 On Wa'erv.iy Poc' F -h. swim,
Ski hore! r rgacui rustombUtH 3
hndronm ? bAth, 'i-n ng, T"fl* iT'Stini
h hen with aolored aopManctd
ttitpotai c#n*ral air-heat* nvigni-
ficint pcM anrJ patio is tovrfd and
screened. Fenced vard. beautifully
lanfls-.ined ,apr!nklen and well.
M.iny extras! Near hus srhoola.
Shoppmq. Ak"! onlv $**7 S00 HUR-
RY! DON'T MISS THIS!
DENNIS REALTY 445-7874
1719 PONCE DE LEON BLVD.
CORAL GABLES. FLORIDA
DA VIE, FLORIDA
Frer As The Breeae
AUTO
REPAIR
IH 'SINESS
Est.iblisnea operating auto repair
business. 10 years of busy avenue.
Established commercial Recounts
Fully equipped. Ganqe 45*x45', 1
family residence on property. 00'
frontage on Avenue by 100'. Proper-
ty, equipment iri business for sale
5121 N.W. 7 Ave. 945-356!
Relax enjoy yourself under the
trees with family, friends and pets '
on 5 acres. Includes a spacious 2 )
bedroom home, $37,000 with terms. |
Don't delay, call today. Ask for list.
. 740.
! Gill Realty Realtors
583-0831 Ft. louderdole
947-9081 Miami
4900 SO. DAVIE ROAD {
66 Bay Heights Dr. Neat Downtown U.S. 1
Ci.Hom bu.lt fully furn all Daniih modern 3 bedroom 4 bath
large beautiful groundl pool Japanese garden cabana, moid I
room Many other features.
Coit S1IOOOO So.rrf.ceat $95 000
Shown by appointment only.
Call Eugene Henry 445-77 55
Fewell Realtor, "00 Pon" CMn
LUJEAN APTS TAMCO HOUSE
1600 N.W. 7th Ct. 1545 N.W. 8th Ave.
Designed for the convenience of Medico) and Professional Clientele
One and two bedroom furnished apartments
Individual air-conditioning and heating
All electric utilities
Swimming Pool Potto loundry Facilities
Walking distance to Jackson Memorial, Veterans
and Cedar of Lebanon Hospitals
Apply: MANAGER, TAMCO HOUSE, Apt. Ill
r phone for further information
3741473
HOT ASPHALT REPAIRS
Driveway!, Parking Lots
Tenni* Courts,
Concrete Construction
Repuirs Only Small Jrhs
A Specialty Rcasoncbfe Prices
Phone: 444 3415 or 448-5946
MR CONDITIONING
WORKING PARTNER
For Room Units Service Shop
Established 18 years
Experience more important than
Financial requirement.
Phone: 443-4793
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SEAMLESS FLOORS!
Phone: 751-1471
fr full details of
INTRODUCTORY OFFER.'
Porette is the new '"poured" epoxy
floor that outlives and outlasts
anything you've ever walked on.
Individually designed tu suit
your color scheme.
Phone or write for details.
TAKF FL0ORIVG, INC.
6235 N.E 2nd Avenue
Miami. Florida
South .Miami
Suburban
LIKE NEW
3 Bedroom 2 bath Colonial, attach-
ed garage, central -iir aid heat,
screened patio, separate riming
room, full sized kitchen, built-in
teen and ringe. refrigerator, sunken
living room, drapes and carpeting.
CALL OWNE1R 235
PALMETTO
SCHOOL DISTRICT
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
Lirge 3 bedroom 2 hath, poof and
patio $36,900.
Provincial. 4 bedroom 2 fcath. pool
and patio. $4,900.
Colonial, 4 bedroom 2 bath, pool
and patio, J44.900.
Spamsh ? story 4 bedroom 3 bath,
pool and patio. $49.9"0.
Family siz- 5 bedroom 3 bath, pool
and patio. $47,900.
Other models 3 to 5 bedrooms,
priced from $36,900 and uo.
These lovely homes have c^neled
family rooms, filtered pools and
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Friday. May 31.
;^G5
J^jctr jc
CynlVia Lubel
ighur of Mr and
Mrs. Manuel J^bel. MOO Batu-rsea
Sd v. :11 become Bas Mitzvah at
3eth David Congregation June 1.
n Uw seventh
at Fonce de Leon Junior High
School, where she i- an honor
-tuden!, and ha- been attending
Hebrew School at Be-li David Con-
ation for five years.
father. Manuel Lubel. has
*er\ed as vice president and adult
rriucation chairman of Beth David
te is 9 member oi the National
Jur.ior Honor" Society.
rcept:on on Saturday will be
. -a Mark a', the Dorai Coun-
irj Club.
Guests include Mark's grand-
parents. Mr. and Mrs. I-.
Miami Beach, and Mr and Mrs.
i'. Goralsky, Lon^ Island. NY.
Jeffrey Brookmire
Jeffrey, son of Mrs. Ko.-e Brook-
mire. .North Miami Beach, will ob-
serve his Bar Mitzvah saturdav
Congregation and is presently serv- morning. June 1. at Beta Torah
D a< trustee and member of the Congregation.
Board of Directors of 3t :h David. Jeffrey is a student of the Torah
A luncheon reception will be class a: Kid in Cynthia's honor in Beth ol the Confirmation class of 1969.
David's Spector Hall. *
* Baron Miller
Mark Cohen Baron (Barry) Scott, son oi Mr.
Saturday morning. June 1. a: and Mr- Gershon Miller, will be-
'- 45 BUD., at Temple Ner Tamid, come Bar Mitzvah on Saturday.
Mark Howard, son of Mr. and June 1. at Temple Emanu-El.
Mrs. Irving L. Cohen. 1371 9S:h Barry attends Nautilus Junior
SI Surfs will be Bar Mitzvah High School, where he is in the
Mark is a student of Temple eighth grade.
N'er Tamil' Religious School and The celebrant will be honored
':- rtilus Junior High School, where at a luncheon at the Algiers Hotel
immediately following the worship
service.
Mrs. Faye Tupler and Mrs. Paul-
nr Miller. Barry's grandmothers,
rffl attend die event
Robert Miller i
Robert. ~on of Mr. and Mrs
Leonard Miller o: North Miami
ieach. a student of the fourth
ear in Hebrew School, will ob-
i-:ve Irs Bar Mitzvah Saturday
.norning. June 1. at Beth Torah
synagogue.
Robert will become a member
:f the Confirmation class of 1969.
*
Deborah Ossip
Deborah Jann. daughter oi Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Ossip. will become
Bas Mitzvah on Saturday. June 1.
n Temple Emanu-El.
Debbie is in the seventh grade
at the Hebrew Academy, where
she is an honor student and a
member of the National Honor
Society. She plays the piano and
oves all sports.
Mrs. Jennie Freidkin. Debbie"s
grandmother, w ill attend the event.
Bmrry Miller
*
Dekoroh Ossip
1
Robin Palant
Robin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Rubin Palant of North Miami
Beach, a student of the fifth grade
in Hebrew, will observe her Bas
.Mitzvah at Beth Torah Synagogue
Friday evening. May 31.
Robin is a seventh grade student
in John F. Kennedy Junior High
School and will become a member
of the Confirmation class in He-
brew School for 1969

Ava Reich
Ava, daughter of Mrs. Sabby
Reich of Miami Beach and Harvey
Reich of Orlando, will become Bas
m__
The beans that
madethe(Q)famous.
Close to 40 years ago, the House of
Heinz introduced a new variety___
Vegetarian Beansto meet the
needs of Jewish families for a
Kosher, quick-to-fix many-purpose
delicious food.
To reassure our customers of Kash-
ruth, we arranged for rabbini-
cal sanction and the U seal of
THE UNION OF ORTHO-
DOX JEWISH CONCREGA
TJONS OF AMERICA to be
placed on our label.
The was little known in those
days. In fact we were the first large
American food company to clearly
identify and advertise our Kosher
products with the <.
Today, you will find the ^ on many
hundreds of well known prod-
ucts, but no one of them is
more welcome in Jewish
homes than the "beans
that made the famous."

RXHEINZ(X)MR\NY^V
Mitzvah Friday evening. May 31,
at Temple Menorah.
A student of the Religious School.
Ava is also an honor student at
Nautilus Junior Hi?h School, where
she plays celio in the school or-
chestra.
An Oncg Shabbat at the home of
Mrs. Rose Sho?s n. 1330 71st St.,
Miami Beach, will follow services.
A reception luncheon will be held
to honor the celebrant at the Al-
giers Hotel on Saturday.
Mrs. Martha Reich, Ava s grand-
mother, will be-among the out-of-
;own guests.
* a
Richard Sfark
Richani Henry, -on of Mr and
Mrs. David Star*, will become Bar
Mitzvah on Saturday, June 1. at
Beth Moshe Congregation. He will
conduct the traditional service and
chant the Haftarah
An Oneg Shabbat Friday eve-
ning and a Kidriush on Saturday
will follow the services in Popiel
Social Hall, -pon-ored by Mr. and
Mrs. Stark in Richard'- honor.
Richard is a student of the Beth
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w"n Ihe infants of ciilizarion Jl((
English csxa, ist Lord Macaulav. ,,.
our island was as lavaee a- Vw I -,. j
when kiterx and arts were tj|| un......n
to Athens, when scarcelv a thatched hul
stood on what was afterwards th. ,f
Rome, this contemned people L
fenced cities and cedar palaces, -heir
splendid I cm pie. their fleets nl .Mer-
chant ships, their schools of sacred I jrn-
imj. their ereat statesmen and ted its,
their natural philosopher-, theii n-
torians and their poets .. *
ll Has no: until t8?6 :;.:,.... ..,
made compulsori In i tgiund | .
Prime Minister B,ni,>:.- Disraeli n-
cldentall) ). Today, in lit 11
some two million r,, ,
Yet, 21 centurU .,. < ,-,,
traey was virtualls ,
existence under a compn hensi i i r~:.m
scholar Simeon I; r 5 ,;... brother ,
the Htumonean Queei Salome \l
lira. For the P,opli ,,t me Book
Bible became a "mprtabU hamela -.1"
and through exi 5l< .. uej
told oppression I.. >..: for eat
lion periis led and travailed.
..carninj!. learning. Teaming thai is
the secret of Jewish NrvhsJ." declared
philoscfher \had >ia-\m. "Ihe pu., i
of knowledge for its own Sike. an al:-; -l
fanatical lo\e for hjktice and the d -. .
for personal lartusetmi then- i .
tlH' mtam of JewU tradition.' .
marked \lhert I insiein. thai mall, lie
flunk M] star- th..l I bekma to it. '
sh ttical, marvek ut, -. and
standing r... ./... .,;.
love offaii ... s
is the anm ersarx il, tantd
when it ,..' bega- The \h
t ode i Torah, of couth .;. Lav .-
well as Teai hing) u I fran
of a democrat ,.
km let} longbefort rii, Cretkcil
knew ihe meaning o/ racy It
rank \ moralil one. \. .
pis It entcits a i
>//>.ipline on man} .< nl> ;.i.' (
insists on :,. .'. ,.
gift, gi .< r, ,;,... recenei
is h) ill ..:
Shavuos night in pr:. .,'.. i.,; u
Ihe Torah Is /.-, /.,.. f, .
House of Israel; a r .
ardor and with loy.iht
fur ihe wedding .
"Aiul what >'<>>.
Shavuos.' Dairt .... .
kinds. So Ik re are iv ea*
FESTIVE PPIE-CHEESE FRITTERS
34 cup unsifted ..
'2 tsp. bamg soda
U teaspepr grouni
1 cup pot cheese i c.. j 'i cup dairj sour cm .
Pianteis On Contttl oaeu ...
IfeerOllfM] combine MiH.r. sugar, I'ti. iii-
soda. sail and < innatoo; S41 atldt s
toajMfeer pol cheese, apple uu! - Beat aggi unlil thick and lemon col......I:
fold into cheese mislurt. Ilien lold in drj
inuredk'nis.lleatHhoul to U-bichdepdi
of Planters Oil in larjtr hea>> skilht Pof
each fritter, drop about 2 kel taMctpooa-
fuls of cheese mivture inii bol nil. Pry >a
each side unlil goldro hromi AM PfaMISTI
Oil to skillet as needed to keep pr'i|icr
depth for Irvmi; Drain frittir on p.i|K-r
towels. Bant hot sprinkles with CaaNC
imiH-rs" Hqiar. Makes abvul IM frilltis
FRESH BANANA MUFRNS
2 cups unsifted flout ': cup NfM
3 tsps. baking powder : tsp. sa>l
2egj. beaten- H ear wlili
si cup (1 luge) ripe nuthwl banj'H
3 tablespoons Plantt-s Oil
1 tbsp. finely chopped Paste's Pecms
In larue bowl sift together M..ur. Wfar,
hakitiK powder, salt. In another bowl ili-od
-ki;s. milk, mashed banana and Plaiueis
Oil. Stir the liquid mixture quickls inl> ihe
dry ingredients. Stir hist enough to moi.sli^i
mixture. Baiter will be lump]. Kill grt-saed
miiflin cups about half full. Sprinkle <-ch
miifhiiwithalHHit' 4teaspoonhnelvch<>|i|ied
Planters Pecans. Bake at 425 F. IS 'o 20
minutes. Serve warm. Makes a don-*.
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Friday, May 31. 1968
* iMwfcA FtVirSHHirfiir
Paqe 13-B
LeRoy Collins Is Senate Candidate
i- mer Governor LeRoy Collins
will be the Democratic candidate
far United States Senate next No-
rembc: as a result c( his victory
in th i week's primary over Attor-
ney General Earl Faircloth.
In mother statewide contest, the
favorite son slate of delegates to
the Democratic National Conven-
tion pledged to Sen. George
Smat'iers won most of the seats.
Str'e Ren. Elton J. Gissendan-
nr defeated Francis K. Buckley
in the runoff primary for nomina-
tion to the 10th District seat in
the U.S. House oi Representatives
Winners in Dade County runoff
contests included Joe Ker-haw and
George Baumgui-iner for the Flor.
ida House: John Ferguson for Ju-
venile Court; Ethel Beckham. Ben
, Sheppard and Mrs. Crutcher Harri-
son for School Board: Harold
I Greene and Earl Carroll for Metro
: Commission; and Ray Bradley for
I District 2 Constable.
HILTOTV
LEONARD BERNSTEIN became
assistant conductor of the New
York Philharmonic Orchestra at
the age of 25 in 1943.
PRESENTS
MORRY KING
his Stradivarius
and Orchestra
in the OtyW^JgllVJ^Q Room
Superb Cuisine under the direction of Jacques Ostadal.
Dining in an atmosphere that's tastefully elegant
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^aqe 14-B
* Jen ist> ffcridfi&jn
Friday. May 31. 1968

LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
XoTK'K is HEREBY GIVEN thai
it*, in ed 'itMi ing ip
t-u-.i.-- under iht flt'titlou* iwiii-
i| i.< 'I: A'l'c i\ m :"> su stli Sii i
Intends i.. register aald name
\iih ili. Clerk nf the Circuit Court ol
Dade 'nunty. Florida
i.K- >NIDB8 MARTINEZ
: 4-31 i i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HBRKHV QIVKN that
li.- uii.l. r->iu.i.-il. desiring to engage
in business uh.I.t the fictitious name*
..f BU8INE88 SERVICES OF KI/HI-
II'A BUSINESS SEKVICJS8 :ii 7713
North Kendall Drive, Miami, Florida
mi. n.is to register paid namM with
thi rk I i Clrruil Court ol Dad*
Cou Florida.
RIThH.VII 0 MET2
Sole Ki ner
FAN BCREN VICKERT
Applicant
"l I:.-. ayne Building
Miami, Florida
". ::i ; 7-11-i'l
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS 111:1:1:1:1 GIVEN that
iht undersigned, desiring to engage
in buaineea under Ihe llctitlotli nami
.1 11 a r electronics at ii7
v w Second Avenue, Miami, Florida
intendi t" register mid nameii \viili
mv if. >rk ..1 me 1 'Irvuli 'ow 1 ol 1' li
County. Florida
ROBERT I.. 11' DOE
GERALD FRIEDMAN
:. 31-6 7-6 it'. 21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY I1IVEN thai
lh< undersigned, desiring i" engagi
in Iiumiii *. under the fictitious mini.,
of HARHOD'S CRYSTAL HOUSE Bl
3"3" N w Rial Terrace Intend* to
register said name with the Clerk of
the i'ii. mi Court "( Dade County,
Florida.
law HENCE i> HARROD
HEIMAN AND CARY
suit, jos-Eleven Fifty Building
11."." s W 1 -1 Street
Miami Florida 33130
". ::l T-ll-.'i
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCliT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 68-7639
SUIT FOR OIVORCE
DAVID LANE,
Plaintiff,
1:1: 1.am:.
VS
MAX INK OR< 'VI
11. fendanl
T" maxim: or . .. HROOYEK
Koule 1. Box l:
uluiii. leoi gia
Vou, maxim: <.1:11:1:1; i.a\;
' are hei ebj notified thai a Bill ..1 .
Rabbi Samuel Jafie. (riqhf spiritual leader of Temple Beth
El. Hollywood, and newly elerted president of the Rabbin-
ical Association of Greater Miami, is shown with Cantor
Emanuel Mandel, ens cf the hosts a', dedication ceremonies
of the new Beyer Funeral Chapel in North Miami Beach.
New Beyer Funeral Chapel Facility
Is Dedicated In North Miami Beach
The new Beyer Funeral Chapel
t 16840 NE 19th Ave. Xorth
Miami Beach, was formally dedi
cited by Greater Miami religious
leaders at ceremonies on Sunday.
Rabbi Samuel Z. Jaffe of Temple
Ueth El, Hollywood, and newly
elected president of the Rabbinical
Association of Greater Miami, de-
Deaths In
Greater Miami
LEAR
l>r Edward tl, "9 of m>.i Colllna
Avi M I:., pawed awa] Tues He
.i.-i* :i r,-iil.nl here for ::>. yearn
formerly of v v He was a member
if Temple Emanu-EI "f MB. an
>pthalmoloait i" N.Y.C for l"
":n- before retiring anil moving "
Bin. II.- n :-- 111. ml.. 1 .,f ili, Shake-
-; .1'. Lodgl \. r... FA A M N \ >'
r.'n.-ii B'rlth, Brumlet* I'niverslly
in.I contributed In 111.11.J hill
irgailiXS linn* ii. 1- -uiyiv.-.I hj his
w If.. Li:. 1: I .! nl M B. 1 toundei
if the I..-.U- s.l.....! 1. -.. Kli li-n.1
1:. I..ar M B (the Dlrertoi of the
1.. s i' '. -..1, I n- Waltei .1
1.-..-- .f Philadelphia, Pn (executive
llrec-tor il..- Philadi Iphla (Seneral
Hospital); i grandehlldren Jan and
Bonnie Jean ..i u ...-li I 1' sister
Sophie ,.f X V s.-i vi,,-- wen held
,' Riverside Interment Mi N'.Im.
ter)
if. |da I: I..111 of M I:
I..- made In Mi 11 Huapltal,
rusalem.
AARONSON. Hun'. 7" MTii NE I9lst
si 1:1 \. .. 1
BERGEN. B ler V .-' Xth
tvi loi ili '1 ri ..... Inti -in.-nl Ml
Who
blum. Bam :. :: su until Av<
1 lordon ''li:i|.< Intermenl M 1 .-
LINDENBAUM, I! I9tll
Si Rlverxtdi Cl mel
BEZARK. Harry, 77. <...... Weal Avi
River? Idi Cl -.. '
ERICSON. Ml In T:. R42 Ji
-.hi Ave Ri\ eraldi *haiiel Inter-
ment ,\n N.l.i..
FINE. En Ij 1 ..... ISIM1 B.iv B.I Gor-
don I'lmp.-l Interment Mi Nebo
kaplan. Sylvia, :< loan Ninth Si
BB ralde 'Inn.. 1
KRAWITZ. \;i- Roall M, l2St lath
si Riveralde Chapel
MALBIN. Mi- Bother, Ti'. 2161 NE
171-1 Si Rlvei Hidi 1 Iiiiii.-i.
MATULLO. Aiii.-il... I: T" *. I Wn-li-
Ington Ave Newman Chattel
SHEPNICK. s. lomoi Bl '-'" Mei rt
cm Ave Riveralde Chapel Inter-
ment Stat nl David
SIECEL. .Mv.-.. 1.7. ._..! Colllna Avi
Oordi n Chapel,
BRAUNSTEIN Hen. 7"..:. Ilynin
\\. Rlaala rg < *hapel
BVER. Max, '. 1011 Pennaylvanln
\v. RB eraldi Chapel
DEZEN. Max '.. K m: II '
t. i- Newman Chapel Interment Ml
\. 1...
FISHER. Davin -:. Sins Red Rd flor-
.I..I. Chapel Intermenl Star of David
GOLDMAN. Bnmuel, 7S, 124* Marseille
I ft, Rlveralile 'liap.-l.
HEFTLER. i->,;, in. 7'. I2S4 Euclid
Ave Riveralde Cbaix I
KLEIN. Allan 11. X07S su 19th
si Riveralde Chanel
MILNER. \riliui. 7'.. 1502 Jefferson
\ \. RB Ide 'Inn.. 1
PETERS, nigg H 94.15 BW R3rd Bl
Hi.nli.11 Chapel.
altman, Harr) .1 U I OH NE
i.lili Ave. Riveralde Chapel,
BEILESEV. David, 77 Riveralde
1 "lialn-l
COVAN. Mrs Zelda, '. -'" Polnl
i-Iasi Dr. Rlveraldi Chapel Inter-
ment Mi Nebo,
KLIBMAN I .in- '' 9225 Colllna Ave
Riveralde Chapel
MICHAEL. Mr. I.illie. ^7. JR9H "'.l-
>ii> Ave, RB eralde 1 'li.u.. I
ROSENTHAL. David, 68, 912 NE -"Hi
81 Riveralde Chapel
BOTTNER. Hum 71 1*40 Bail. Ave
Riveralde Chapel
GATANIO. Morris, ii"i Pennsylvania
An- 11 u Beyer Chgpi
OBERSTEIN. l^.iiis. :n. '' Rue Ver-
sailles. Newman Chapel
PENNlSl. Antoinette. }, 1717 ColHIni
AVe. Hivorsi.l.- I'lian.-!
OUITT, f.-lia. 78. jno SW :.:.ili Ave
ltd. Gordon <'hnpel.
RUV, Virginia. Riveralde Chapel.
livered an address at the main
entrance of the facility.
Among the 400 who attended the j
ceremony were Rabbi David Ro- |
Senfeld of Beth Moshe Congrega-
tion: Rabbi Maxwell Berger of
Temple Zamora. Coral Gables: Dr.
Max A. Lipschitz of Beth Torah
Congregation; Rabbi Charles R11-
bel, Congregation B'nai Raphael:
Rabbi Milton Schlinsky. Temple
Adaih Yeahurun; Rev. Max Weitz.
Hallandale Jewish Center and Can-
tor Ben Zion Kirschenhaum, Beth
Moshe Congregation.
Rabbi Naltali Porush and Rabbi
Arnold Richter of Young Israel of
Greater Miami, blessed and affixed
a Mezuzah at the separate Tahara
(Orthodox ritual) Room. Mincha
sevices were conducted by Rabbi
Jonah Caplan of Sky Lake Syna-
gogue and chanted by Cantor Ren-
ser of Beth Torah Congregation.
Others in attendance included
Rev. Marvin Park of the Fulford
Methodist Church, members of the
North Miami Beach City Council
and members of the funeral pro-
fession
Cantor Emanuel Mandel acted
as master of ceremonies. Hyman
J. Tort assisted the rabbis in the
religious ceremonies. Harry W.
Beyer pledged dedicated service to
the Jewish community.
WEINER. Mr- Efl 111 Hi '-. fii|lln
Avi Blneheri ('hi
BURNS. I;.. Mnrahall S. 64, 77:.
I'.i.l. Itlvil Newman Chapel
FRANKOWITZ. Dnvld, 1173 Normuti-
dj I ii Riveralde Chnpi I
GOLDMAN. Isidore, 77j" Ahbotl
Ave Riverside 'i
MAZER. Joaeph, SIS" NW Pifth Bl
Gordon Chapel. Intermenl Star of
David
MOIZES. V.ua. 7 1611 SW JMli Ave.
Gordon Chapi I
pelton. Mi- i ..in-, i; 7". :::..'n
SW S.-i......! Si Riverside Chapi I
SILVERMAN. David 77. SJa 75th SI
II w Beyer Chapel
WEINBERG. Sidney. 76, 125 \\V 39th
Cl Riverside Chapel
blate. Bamuel. s7 71.:;, Dlekena
Ave Riverside Chapel
COWANS. Maun,,. 73. IBM Creapl
Blv.i Riveralde Chapel
EPSTEIN. George M, 7625 Harding
Ave, Riverside t*hapel.
FARBER. Nathan, R3 ISMi Baj ltd
Riverside Chanel
GOLDBERG. Blmon 82, Riverside
Chapel
GOLDING. Hnrven 72, m l2nd Bl
Hlaaherg Chapel
HEPNER. Abraham 92. 3R0I Collins
Ave Riverside Chanel.
KORNBLUH. Adolpl ..... 56311 8\V 76th
St. Rlvi rslde 1 'hanel
NATAPOW. Anna. 75. 171" Pine Tre
Dr. Riverside Chanel
SILVER. Bnm, 77. '.I Wesl Ave Gor-
don Chapel
NIEDENTHAL. Bininmln, 7". Iv.....
N'K I till Ave II W B- > .1 Ch
GOLDSTEIN. Hyman S. 7" 3437
Sberldnn Ave Rlversidi Chnpol
KLETTER. Sam Rd 926 Collins Ave
Riverside Chapel
SCHAEFER Mr- Ballv, S3, SI SI '-..|-
I111- \ v. Riverside Tinpi 1
wil LARD. Richard Nathan, S8 in-.-,
NR 177 t.i Rlvi .- ,1, Chnpel
ANGEL. Mr- Minnie, 4s. 6IMMI SW
2nd Bl Gordon Chapel Intermenl
Slar ,.f Dnvld,
ADLEMAN. Harry, 7". 1163 Normandy
Dr Rlasberg Chapel
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN Hint
ii..- nndersbrned, desiring to engage
in buahteaa under the fictitious name
of LILLIANS INTERIORS ai 7::"
8.W. L'l' Avenue, Miami, FVnida Intend*
to register said name with the Clerk
.r ihe Clrruil court of Dade County,
Florida
I.ILI.V MATRAI PISHMAN
S..I1 uer
5/31 '7-14-Jl
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICK is HERE1IY GIVEN that
tlo- undersigned, desiring to engagi
Uaii -- under the fletltlous nntrn
of RICHARD ROAD PROPERTIES
at 19 s Third Avenue, Miami
Florida tend* 10 register said nani.
. i'l ihe Clerk 1 tin Clrruil 1 'ourl of
Dadi County, Florida
RICHARD LAND
INVESTMENT IRP
a Florida Corp
MAC MEKMELL
Ai 101 in j f... Appliranl
II..... S W Third Avenue
Miami Florida
." :l 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEKEm GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engagi
i.ii-ii,...- under the rietltloue name
.-I JOE'S COTTAGE ai number 1661 |
SW :7ih Avenue, In the City nl
Miami. Florida, Intend* to register
ih.. aald name with in Clerk of the'
Clrruil 1 "ouri 1.1 1 iail. County, Florida
Dated at .Miami. Florida, this ::m!i
day of May, 196s
THEODORE .1 OILLESKI
Sole nvii-r
KESSLEIt, MASSEY &
BECKERMAN
Attorney! f..r Applicant
4:.-. Blltmore Was
> loral Qables, Florida
:. ::i 6 7-1 i-ji
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 56006-B
IN RE: Estate of
i:ii'ki. i.bsi i\\ 1 iDER
I '. ,-a-. ,1
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION .
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
NOTICE i>- hereb) given thai .
have filed a Final Report and Petition
f..r Distribution nnd FiMnl Dlsrhargi
a- CO-EXBCCTORB ..f the estati nl
l'.llli:i. I.ESOWUDER, deceased: nnd
thai on the Isl day of Julv, 1B4IR, will I
apply 10 i)>. 11..Moral.1. County Judge
..f Dade County, Florida, ror approvnl
"i aald Final Report ami for illstrilm-
'i.'ii and final discnurge as co.
i-:xi:i-rTi.i:s .,1 the estate ..f ih<
nhove-named decedent. This J7th dnj
of May. I9S
ANNA Cl 'RNFIELD,
Co.Executor
KCRT \\ I7I.I isi'll
1'..- Exi. ui..i
KCRT W Kl.l.isi 'II
An..1 1103
167 Mm. rill Ai inn
Coral Dai.1. -. Fli
-. :.l 14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 79006
In RE Estati ol
1.11:1:1 ZOROFK
I ...,-. .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors ai 'I All Persona Ha> -
in Claim.- or Demandi Against Bald
i:-iai.
You ore hereby notified and requir-
ed I., preaenl any claims nnd de
manil- which you may have agamal
in.- estate "f MHUY SWtROFF, .!.--
1 east .1 late of I Hide County, Florida,
in the County Judges of Dade County,
ami file the same m duplicate and as
provided In Sect..... 7:::: 16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the Count)
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida
within ms calendar month* from
time ..I ili. lir-i iitil.ln .uii,n herenl
or Hi.- same will be barred
Dated ai Miami. Florida, this
da} of May. a 1. lues
SAM T FRANK
As Executor
First puhlli ntlon ..f this notli mi
the ::i-i day >.f May, I96S
BIMON, MAYS A ORCXDW ERO
Attorney* fm the
i-:mhi.- of l.ii.i.y Zoroff, de. caseil
301 Alnsle) Kulldlnu
M laml FI01 i.lii 33132
.". .11 ; 7-14-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR Dal>E COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 79187-C
III RE Estate "I
HARRY MARCU8
I >.-. a-.-il
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Clalma or Demanda Against Saul
Estate
Vi.u are hereby notified and retpilr- '
.1 to present any claims and demand*
which >ou maj have againsl Ihi
'al.....lAPnv \i \ l-i-is il. ceased
late of Dade County, Florida, thi
Count) Judges of Dade County, and
HI. Ili, -..in,- in ilii'ili. ill.- ami BS I'l..- 1
viii.ii in Section 711.16, Florida Bta-
1111.-. in their offices in iln- County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florldu,
within *iv call ndar monthi from the
1 mi. ..1 the first publlcatli
1.1 ih. -iimi- win in- barred,
Dated 11 .Miami. Florida,
d) of May. A i. c-r.s
anna MARCUS
As r:\. 1 ui 1, v
l'irn publication of tlil* notice 1
the ::im da) of May IMH
MYERS, KAPLAN A PORTER
Attorney for Bxecutrui
I 115" 8.W. 1st Sln-.-I
. Miami, l-'lwridu
6/31 8 7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IB HEREBY GIVEN thai
Hi. undersig.....I, desiring to engage
hi business un.l.-r the fictitious nnmi
o| FtRTY"-FIRST STREET JOINT
VENTURE nl 3*40 S W list Sir."
M inmi, Florida Intend to rei
num. with the Clerk ol the Clrruil
Courl ..f Dade County, Florida
lew is l serrin
1 s j< 'un berrin
.1 v.mks mai.hm:
mibiki. i. cyan
Pi Htionera
l.< 'IIS HEIMA \
OF HEIMAN \\li KAl:\
Attortieya for Pel itlonen
". 31 i: 7-14-21
plaint for Divorce ha
againsl you, and you a
serve a cop)
Pleading to th<
ih. Plaintiff
1......1
required
A 11 w -
'ompluliii
M W
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No 79161-B
In RE: Estate ..f
M< 'i:i:is FRIEDMAN
I leceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* ami All Persons Hat
Ing Claims or Demands Agal.isl s.ii.l
Estate:
You are hereby notified nnd r. -1 u;t -
.-1 to present any claims and demands
which yu may have against thi
estate of MORRIS FRIEDMAN de-
ci ..-. .1 lati nl 1 iail. 1 '..111111. Florida.
10 ili. Count) Judges ol Dade County,
nnd file the sam< in duplicate and .-
provided in Section 733.16, Florida
Statute*, in their office* In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar month* from Mo-
time of ih.- first publication hereof
ihi ram. will be barn !
Dated al Miami Florida, ihi* JSrd
da) of April A l> I96
FLORENCE FRIEDMAN
a* Executrix
First publication "f Uii- no.......
the :".ili iliiv of Ma) I96S
1. m 1. KWTNEV of
PAUL KWITNBYol
,\ ; n 1 n>s
Am.ii-!i.-> f..r Executrix
?2 Miami B.-ii.-li. Florida
:. 51 H 7-14-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 78899-B
li RE Estnteol
SARAH I l-:\Y
|.. .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Pi
Having Claims Demand* Agal.i*)
Said Estati
Y..ii are hereb) notlfii d and 1
iri m- 11 mi ,i,
tllch '.'U II > li., 11 :.,-.. 1 |||,.
nf s kRAH LBV
' uni) in......-. in ih.
Iud| lide County, and
jpl ... ml ... p,. .
V Idi .1 in s--. i ..n 7- ; 16, 1
Statute! 111 ill, ,, nfll, ... 11 ,,. ,
''iirili.11 ,- lii 1 tad) -..,, j 1
1 endar month* from ihi
: imi Ihi f 1 |>ul Hi iiion hi rei f
1 1' n I :..,. 1. .1
Dim 1 1
da) -I Ma). A II I9i >
d. s \.M l.i:\ 1
v* i:-.. ui..1
1 lr>' publii this noli......ihe
::i -i .In ,.f .\i;n |.ii;
THEOIM >RE 1 S \Ki iWlTZ
! f Building
Miami, Florida
5 31 1. 7 14-81
PRELIMINARv CERTIFICATE OF
CORPORATE DISSOLUTION
IN THE NAME AND BY THE
AUTHORITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA
l" All. T.i WHt'M THESE PRE-
SENTS SH \l I. COME, GREETINGS
'; is 1 B"N K \BI AN, Miami
'.'ri.a LBJIN t EPSTEIN
.""' h:\mv K kott, Miami
M..ri. a ANNEE II Will.IN. .M,.,,,
r'nrldii did .... the 17th da) of March
x ',' ', '- "- '" i" Inonr.....-.,i..|
1...... 'I1- I ol ihi Bind nl P
BRBNTWOOD VPARTMBNTB INC
'. ronmratli 1 with Its prim Ion I .
"i huainess at Miami. DADE tl H'NT>
' [hi Stnt. : Florida, and
"' ', "".....;"i"" nld on Ih! 23rd dnj
1 '' !' "" an-. In bi filed
1,1 "rri.....r Ihe Secretar) ol fti .
"I 'I" *'' Florlila. ih. .1... .,,.
1 ir) nuihoi it) .-, .nni.-.i undi r Recll
'"'"' Kiituti ihnwlng the
dlaaoiution ..1 su, h corporation
Now. therefore, the Secretar) ..I
State does hereb) ertlf) in ihe fore-
11 'i thai he If satisfied that
" ,:"','""......'* "' 'he law have been
complied with.
\ w ITNESS WHEROP, I have
'' "i'';'" set my hand and have
nrrixcd the Great Seal nf thi Bl ite
f li..r,.!a i,t Tnllnhnsaee, the Capital,
''",- Pw. i) Third da) nl May
TOM \ I'VMS
s, rretary ..r Btati
- 1
hereof,
this I8lh
5 ::i gg
NOTICE UNDER
v ...f'CTITIOUS NAME LAW
N'Ml'i: IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
ih.- undersigned, desiring .....ngmge
in business under the fictitious name
of BI, COPEY ai 290 s u su, street,
M'ami Intends t,, register aald name
with hi.. ( ierk of the Circuit Court
"I I'nl.- I'ounly, Floriila
l.i: sole owner
6/31 S/7-14-21
..f your
Bill of I'
al torn.\.
ENGEL Engel and Pollack, I7mi \.\\
7ili Street, Miami, Florida
fill the original Answer "i P|,
in the office of ihe Clerk m 1 .
Circuit Courl .a. or before thi
JUIII I..... II i.-ll fa II Ii
judgment b) default "ill be i.,i .
against you for the rellel di n 1 -
in Hi. Bill ..I Cl mplalnt
This notli shall lie publ .h. il
eai 1 1 i"i i.-ui oni ecul
in THE IEWISH I'l.i >!:ii ii.v \
HONE VNB ORDERED il
Flor da, this I'll.....> "i Ma
Uik>
i: B LEATHERMAN.
Ciicull "ourt, 1 ndi < inn > 1
By K. M I.YM \\
I put) lei k
(Circuit 'oui' Seal I
MAX P ENGEL
BNGEI. AND I'' ILI.ACK
I "(HI \ \\ 7lli Sll.-.l
Miami. Florida
I for Pin 11
5 17 1
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JU DICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No 68-7*10
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I VMES PERAI I.T
Plaintiff
\ -
Defendant
Tl 1 1 11.1.IAN PER \ll.T
LILLIAN PER M'l.T.
1: -.1- I'nknown
Vou. I.n 1.1 w PER \i l.'i .. here-
li) notified thiit a Bill ..l Compli
for l'i\.-..-. ini- 1..... filed against
you, and )"Ou are required to -.i\.
.1 cop) ol your Answer or Pleading (i
the Bill of Complaint on the Plaintiff's
r.ttorney, MABsllALI. B. PUtHEK.
1:.-'.' 7922 s w li'tiii Street. Kendall
Florida :::i-..'. ami fHe the nrlg
Answer ..r Pleading In tl.....Hire nl
the Clerk of the Crlouit Coiirl on or
before ih. jisi da) of June, 196". 11
you fall 10 .1.. ..... Judgment by default
will I- taken agains( >..u tor the re-
lief demanded in the Bill 1 "..1111.1.
Thi- notice shall be inihlUb.-d once
each week for four consecutive
m THE JEW isll ri 1 nill'l A V
l'"Ni: AND ORDERED :it Minn.
I-I.a Ilia, Ihi* 10th ilin of May A I.
I96S
1: 1: i.K v rni:i:.MA v. Cierl
i'ir. uit Court, Dade Count) FI01
By K M I.Y.MAN
I'. put) < 'l.-'K
i.' nil 1 'out I Belli
M \i:sii \i.l. b PIRHER, ESQ.
7922 S \\ l"4lh Sir. .1
Kendall Florida
At tor no) for Plaintiff
-.'7.1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
v 'Til r. is IIHREin -il\ E.\ "
a iil, di
under (he I u* nnmi
PAN AMERICAN NAVIG VT|" i.\
S'l.....! al I" S \\ '-I Tl
Mi:ii reglsli said 1
1 ihe 1 of the Clr. uit "out
1......Florida
M.IIERTi M HKR1 1
S, .|, I v\ 1 .
i 17-24
NOTITE BY PI BLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-17627
SUIT FOR OIVORCE
K VTHLEEN MESSIER
I'laii
1
I 'I IS MESSIER
I'. 1. ndani
To MR 1 'H IS MESSIER
.; 1 Horespoi .1 Road
Miuli 1 in
\ -ii l.i Bis M KSBIER iri hi
-i lhal .. Hill 1 Comiilulni lot
I)..... I .1- been fill il Itga It
.1 u ai. 1 iiuired I.....vi u
nl yom \ n- u. ; .1- Pleading Ui the
1: n nl 1 'omplainl ..ii the Pluintifi -
rni v BNGEI. .v PI H.l \' "K
v- \v 7th Bin .1. Miami Florid 1
file ili. original Anawer 01 Plead
I ..ii'i. .- nf in.- i'l. rk of ilo- 1 a. in'
' '..in 1 on ..1 hi ton ili- 21st day ol lui
i"A if ynu fail t., ii,. *.. Judgment
b) del mil ill l" taken ngnlnsi 1 nu
lor ih. rellel demanded In thi BUI nl
Complaint
This notice shall be puhllahi -i .....
each w. ek for four ecutive neks
ii THE JEWISH II 1 IRIDIAN
li'M". AND OROERED ul Miami,
Florida, this 15th da) "i Ma) A D.
1969
r 11 1.1: \tiii:i:.m \n. cii rk
Clrruil Court, Dade Count) Florida
Bi K M M M N^
I leputy 1 'lerk
II 'ir.-nii I 'ouri Seal 1
KNc IEI. VND PI il.l.A' 'K
i7".> \ w Ith Street
Miami, FI01 Ida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
B 17-24-31 1; 7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to h-
in hual..... under the 11. nti.-u- n imi
ol BAKABilBBNai.ia at number l"7
Miracle Mile in iln- cit> of Coral
Gables, Florida Intends t" roglsbxr
said name with Ihe Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Courl of Dade County, Florida
Dated at Miami. Florida, thla 16th
day of May 196*
Bill 1 BBi BU'I'TS. INC
B) JBRRY stbais
Jerry Straus, Preeldanl
MYERS. h't' ,K PORTER
1166 s W. Flrat Street '
Miami. Florida '
Attorney for Applicant
6/26-61 6/7-14


Friday, May 31. 1968
* tti**fl*r8<1iiriiri
Paqe 15-E
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DAOE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 79007-C (Clsrkl
ii KB: BaUtte of
II I.IK l>. KISIIKI.I.
.....eased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To aii Creditors and All Persona Hav-
uk I'luims or Demands Against Raid
Kstate:
You arc hereby n*iiru-il and raqulr-
il in present any claims and demands
H-hU'h you may have against ibe
estate of .11 I.IK l>. KISIIKI.I. de-
i-c-uHed late of Dade County, Florida
.. iii,- Count) Judges ,,f Dade County
ml fill- ih.- Ban* in duplicate and aa
irnvlded in Section 733.16. Florida
Si itutea, in their offices in the
ounty Courthouse in Dade County,
Inrlda, within six calendar montha
m the lim,- of the flral publication
i.-.i or the aami will be barred.
Dated at New York. N. Y. this SOth
I i) of April. A.I). 1968
SOPHIE ARKI.N
EDWARD A COHKN
Aa Co-Executors
First publication of this Kotlce on
1 10th (lav of Max I!"'."
V'.TIHI! I> DECKBLMAN
Wtnrney for Co-Executors
> Alnaley Building,
li.iini, Florida
:, lfl.17.24.31
UftyCH" BY HENRY LEONARD
lll^nihiiii
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
i undersign. .1 desiring lo ngage
hualneaa umli r the fictitious name
ART WINDOW SHADES at 1934
\ I" 163rd Street, Miami int.ml- lo
gister aald name with the <'l
."mini Court of Dade C
l-'lorida
LBON DROTZER,
Bole 'iviirr
MARX PAPER
Wtnrney (or Applicant
12 Alnaley ltuthling
! laml, Florida
:. 10-17.24-31
ik ..f
uniy.
N THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78839-A
i RE: Eatate of
I A WATSON
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Ml Creditor* ami All Per.....
Having Claims or Demands Against
Said Estate:
V--U are hereby notified and requlr-
d in present any claims and demanda
hlch you may have afcalnal the
late of II >A WATSON deceaaed
i i.f Dade County, Plorlda, lo the
uniy Judges hi Dade County, and
fi the aama in duplicate and as
provided in Section 131.16, Klorida
si .lutes, in ihclr offices in the County
VurtbotuM iii Dade County, Florida,
vi bin six calendar months from the
I me of the firm publication hereof,
i the same will be barred
liatad al Ulami, Klorida, this 2nd
. of May, ah IMS
MORRIS .1 \\ AT8K V
Ak Excutnr
First publication of this notice on
In H'tli da) of May. 1968
MORRIS J U ATSKY
\ii..rnov for Executor
"Hi Floor Dade Federal Building
Miami. Plorlda 88131
:. 10-17-24-31
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78988-A
Ii RB: Km.it. f
1> WAIIII WHITE
I h-oeascd.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T. AH Creditors and All Persons Hav-
I'launs or Demands ac.hhh Said
i: Lrntc:
I'mi are hereby notified and rcquir-
l to praaani any claims and demanda
inch you may have against Ihe
late of I), ward hiiitk deceased
le of Dade County, Florida, to the
county Judges of Dade County, and
tlie '.nil. in duplicate and us pro-
vided in Section 731.16, Plorlda sta-
lules, in their offices in the County
'"'urthouae in Made County, Florida,
- Iiin six nalander months from the
line of the flrat publication hereof, or
the ame will be barred.
Dated al .Miami. Florida, this 3rd
da) of .May. A.I), limit.
AONK8 I. WIIITK
HollRRT E. WHITE
As Executors
First |.in.In-.i i i..-. of tliis noli......ii
'I ll'th day of .May. IH!
I "KIM AN and CHARY
It) Eugene C. ii.iin,n
\iiorneys for Executors
Suite Ml Eleven Kitty Hldp.
IIMl x.w. Piral sir., t
Miami, Klorida 33130
5/10-17-24 31
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
No. 87.18012
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
\"NA'K I.. MIRO
Plaintiff
IKTUROM. MIRO
l n.lam
ARTHUR M MIRO
''i"i Manor
Detroit, Michigan
ARTI Rl i m MIRi'.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JU DICAL CIRCU IT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No. 68-7757
NOTICE OF SUIT
FOR FORECLOSURE
FLAGLBH MORTGAGE CO., a
Klorida i 'orporatlon,
Plaintiff
va
JUDGE F. GOODWIN, SR., and
CLARA MAE GOODWIN, his wile.
.11 >HN QUINTA8 and -------------------
gUINTAS, Ins wife, if married.
I lefendant*
TO: Jl'DGBF. GOODWIN, SR. and
CI-.\RA MAE GOODWIN.
his wife
Keaidence Unknovi n
YOU, JUDGE P. GOODWIN, SR.,
ami CI.ARA MAK GOODWIN, his
wife, are hereh) notified Ibal a Com-
plain) for Foreclosure of Mortgage
on tin- following described property,
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
*'Jewish FlcrkUain
solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Diui 373-4605
for messenger service
to wit:
l/.t I". in
ESTATES,
County, Pli
Plat there
Hook 65 a l
Records of
h been fill -i
required
In
Block I, of CASTLE
a subdivision of bade
rlda, according to the
I recorded in Plat
Page 39 of the Publii
Dade County, Plorlda
against you, and you
serve a copy of your
LEGAL NOTICE
"Mrs. Epstein after 45 years of married
life, don't you think it's time to
stop trying to change your Izzie?"
I
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
Ihe undersigned, desiring lo engage
in business under the fictitious name
of A.IAX RUG CLEANERS at 137"!
S B 6th Avenue, North Miami. Klo-
rida intends to register the chrk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County, Klorida
WILBUR KOHN
So],. Owner
SEYMOUR l.< INDON
Attoroe) tor
WILBUR KOHN
:. it -! Ji ; :
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78842-C
In RE: Bstati of
YETTA KLBEGER,
Deceaaed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
Ing Claims or Demands Acalnal Said
Eatate;
You are hereby notified and required
to present any claims and demands
which y,,u may have against the
eatate of YETTA KLBEGER deceas-
ed late of Dade Conuty, Plorlda, lo
the County Judges of Dade County,
and file the same in duplicate ami .in
provided In Section 783 It, Florida
Statutes. In their offices in the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Klorida.
Within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
Dated at .Miami, this 89th day of
April. A II. !9ti8
S RBGIKA Kl.KEOKR RUSH
A a Executrix
First publication of this notice on the
17th day of May, mss.
WALTERS. MOORK & COSTANZO
My: Arthur !>. Deck.-lman
Attorney for Executrix
inns ADisley Hldg.. Miami. Florida
5'17-24-31 6 7
are
ebv notified that an Amended Com
mi for Divorce and thai ihe Plain-
Is seeking all light, title and In-
'' thereto in the property legal!)
rribed aa:
M la, Block IS, CORAL wvv
ILLAOB SECTION "A", I'MIT
according to Ihe rial thereof,
worded in I 'hi l Hook .".7. at Page
/. "f the public Records ol I lade
lUnty, Florida:
been nhd against you, and you
required to serve a copy ..f your
war or pleadings lo the Plaintiffs
tn.y. JOSEPH H. YOUNG, 17".
more Way, Coral Gables Florida,
rile ti. original thereof, with the
a of the Circuit I'ourl in and for
County, Klorida ,,n or before
Rli day of June IMS, otherwise
'uili win be entered againal you
<'KIi. al Miami. Florida, this
| Of May. I Ml
K It. LEATHERMAN
<"lerk of the Circuit t'ourt
I i;i.l. < 'ounty, Klorida
By: L S. DePUCTRO
5/10-17-24-31
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 79049-A
In RE: Estate of
HARRY TRAVKKS
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Atcalnsl Bald
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands j
which you may have against the
estate of HARRY TRAVKIiS deceas-
ed late of Dade County. Florida, lo
the Count) .ludRes of Dade County,
and file the same In duplicate and as
provided In Serli.cn 7SS.14. Klorida
statutes, in their qfflces in the County
Courthouse in Hade County. Klorida.
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred
Dated til Miami. Florida. Ibis L'l da)
of May. A D. 1968.
s HELEN II TRAVERS
As Kxecutrix
First publication of this noli......n
the -'4Ui day <>r May, lot;*.
MYERS, KAPLAN ft PORTER
Edwin M. Glnsburg, Ksq.
Attorneys for Executrix
UN B.W. 1st street
.Miami. Klorida
r, -.:i-:ii .; 7-14
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 79072-C
i" RE: Estate ..r
\i-n.K WOLF,
I >. .cased
I NOTICE TO CREDITORS
| To am Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing t hums or Demands Acalnal Said
Katato:
Vou are hereb) notified and required
lo present any claims ami demands
Which you may have aamiiisl the
estate ..( ADOLF WOLF deceased
late of New York County, New York,
to ihe Count) Judges of Dad.- County,
and file Ihe same in duplicate and
as provided hi Section 7S3.K, Klorida
Statutes, in Hi. ir offices in the County
Courthouse iii Hade County. Klorida*.
within m\ calendar months from the
"m..... the first publication hereof
or Ihe sain, will be ban. .1
Hai.d hi Miami. Florida .this 13th
da) of May, A D. 1968
JULIETTE WOLF
As Ancillary Executrix
Flral publication of ibis notice on
Hi. '7th day of May. 19*8
SIMON, HAYS GRUKDWERQ
AI tome) h for Estate
:iin Alnaley Building
Miami. Florida 3J1J2
_____________.". 17-24-31 tl 7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA
No. 68-7428
NOTICE OF SUIT FOR DIVORCE
OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
HA.WKIiOlCE HARVEY
Plaintiff
THEODORE V7. HARVKV
Defendant
TO: THEODORE W. HARVEY
Residence Unknown
TOU, THEODORE W. HARVEY, are
hereby notified that a Complaint for
Divorce has been filed against you.
and you are required lo servo a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
\ Complaint for Divorce on the Plain-
; tiffs Attorney. Ronald I. Davis. Esq.,
117 Blacayne Huitding-19 W. Flacler
Street, Miami. Florida 33130, Phone
379-S8S1. and file the orlKinal Answer
or Pleading in the office of the Clerk
of the Circuit Court on or before the
14th day of June. 1968. If you fail to
do -.. judgment by default will be
taken against you for the relief de-
manded In the Complaint for Divorce.
this NOTICE shall be published
once each week for four consecutive
we.ks in THE JEWISH FLORID1AN.
I a ink AND ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this iflth day of May, 19W.
i: it LEATHERMAN, Clerk
Circuit Court
Had*' t'ounty, Florida
By: N. A HKWETT
Deputy Clerk
"Ci.,uil Court S.all
6/17-24-31 >i 7
Answ.r or Pleading to the Complaint
to Foreclose Mortgage on the Plain-
tiffs attorney. Ronald I. Davis. Esq.,
417 Blacayne Building, It W Flagler
Street, .Miami. Florida 38130, Phone:
379-2851, and file the Original Answer
or Pleading in the office of ihe Clerk
of th. Circuit Curt on or before
tin L>th day ,,f June. J968 If you
fall to do so. Judgment by default
will be taken against you for Ihe
reij.r demanded in the Complaint to
Foreclose Mortgagt
This Motlce shall be published once
each week for four ill consecutive
weeks iii THE JEWISH FI/IRHHAN.
DONE AND ORDERED, al Miami.
Klorida. this Hith day of May, 1968
K. B. LEATHERMAN.
Clerk. Circuit Court
Dad.- County. Florida
B) S A HKWETT
Dc nun Cl.rk
(Circuit Court Seali
5 L'4-al
-14
and re.
and de-
ugalnsl |
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78543-A
In UK: Estate of
I.OIMH FRIEDMAN
Deceaai d
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons
Having claims or Demands Against
i Said Estate:
You are hereby notified
.quired to pr.s.ni an) claim-
in. mil- which you may hav.
the .-stale of l.'U'ls FRIEDMAN de- J
eased late Of Dade I'ounU. Kloiida.
( to the County Judges .,r Dad. County,
I and file Ihe vain.- in duplicate and as
. provided in Section 7:::i 16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices in the County ,
Courthouse in Da.lc County, Klorida.
| within six calendar months from the
time ..f the first publication hereof,!
or the same w ill lie barred
Dal.d at Miami, l-'lorida. Ibis lath
day of May, AD 1968
MILTON A. FRIEDMAN
As i'o-Executor
First publication of Ibis notice on
the 24th day of May, 1968
MAI.COI..M II FRIEDMAN
Attorney for Co-Bxecutors
223 8.E First Street, Miami, Florida
:. :'4-:n G 7-14
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IK
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
Case No. 68-6936
JASHA BACH MAN
Plaintiff,
vs
M \ I: IA BACHMAN,
11. fendanl
NOTICE OF SUIT
TO: MARIA BACHMAN, Dt ft ndant
Ri sldence unknown
You. MARIA BACHMAN, are her. -
bv notified that a Complaint for D
voice has been filed againal you, at
you are required to serve a copy
your An.-wer ..i Pleading t.. the Con
plain! on the Plaintiffs ii Horn ev-
SCHLISSEL, SCHER ft GROS8, 0S
Lincoln Road. .Miami Beach, Florid.
33139, and file tin original Answer i
Pleading in the office of the Clerk c t
Ihe circuit Court on or before the
day of June. 1968 If you fall to !
so. Judgment b> Default will be take
against you for Ihe relief .1, man.I. I
in ihe Complaint for Divorce.
This notice shall la- published ..... -
each week for four id consecuth
W..U- iii The Lwisb K|..ridian.
DONE and ORDERED at Miami. F|i -
rida .ibis 2nd day !' May 1961
i: B. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
cmuit Court, Dade County, Plorlda
B) I. SNEEDEN
Delclllv Clerk
SCHLISSBL SCHER .V GROSS
Aliorn. ys for Plaintiff
60S Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Florida 33139
Ity: JERRY A GRl ISS
" 10.17.24.31
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to encage
in business under the fictitious name
Of COSMOPOLITAN HOMES cos
MOPOLITAN HOMES AT 1-olNl
Roy a i.i:. and co8MOPOijTA>
HOMES a I SOUTH MIAMI HEIGHTS
all at Miami. Florida intends to resist
r said nani. ivlth the Clerk of th.
Circuit Court of Dadi ''..nun. Florida
THE OAKLAND <" iNsol.i DATED
CORPORATION, a Michigan
fiirnnrfi Hon.
HARRIS AND SIRKIN
Attnrne) n for Apnlh anl
iL'tb Floor Dad. Pederal Itldg
i Miami. Florida 33181
-, lii-17-24-.il
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 79120-C
in RE Estate of
ETHELSHOCHBT
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims or Demands Against Said
Bstati
You arc hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which vou may have agalnsl the estate
of ETHEL SHOCHBT deceased late
of Dade County, Klorida. t.. the
County .ludg.s of Dade Counts, and
file Hi. -am. In duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 783.11, Klorida Sta-
tutes, in their offices In the County
Courthouse in Hade County, l-'lorida.
within six calendar months froni Ihe
time of the first publication hereof,
or the same will be barred.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
notice IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under Ihe fictitious name
Of ALMACBNES CACHA RITA at
:'17a S.W. 1st Street. Miami. Florida
mien,Is to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of
D...I. County, Flnridu.
A to It CI.KANLNii. INC.
MALCOLM II FRIEDMAN
Attorney for
A ft R Cleaning. Inc.
i'23 S.E. First Street. Miami. Florida
6/10-17-24-31
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 17
day of May, A l> I9M
FRED K. BHOCHET
As Executor
Piral publication of this notice
tin- :4th da\ c.r May, 1948
MYERS, KAPLAN A PORTER
Attorneys for Executor
HBO S W l-t Street
Miami. Klorida 3.113"
6/31 I 7-14-JI
111
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HBRB1IY GIVEN that
the undersign. .1. desiring to engage in
business under the fictitious name of
HOWARD DRIVE PROPERTIES at
".:::! Pine Tree Drive, Miami Beach,
Florida Intends 10 register aid name
with the Clerk of ihe Circuit Court of
I lade County. Florida.
BURTON ENTERPRISES, INC
IRVING CYPEN LAW OFFICES
a i torni > s for
Hurt..ii Enterprises, Inc.
825 Arthur lodfn v Itoad
Miami Beach, Florida
a 17 _'l .'.1 6 7
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
KOTICE IS IIKREIIY GIVEN that
tin- undersigned, desiring .....ngage
in business under the fictitious nami
Of MARIO'S JEWEI LV .,! !i.:;t s \\
Slh Street. Miami, mtc lid lO I
Bald name with the Clerk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
JORGE M E8PINOS \
MARIO DEL MA/.O
8/17-24-31 'i 7
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA
Case No. 68-7744
NOTICE OF SUIT
HAZEL JUNE DONNELLY,
Plaintiff,
ys
JOHN WILLIAM DONNELLY,
Defendant
TO: JOHN WILLIAM DONNELLY
Residence Unknown
Ynu are hereby notified that an
action for divorce has been filed
against you and you are required to
serve a Copy Of your written de-
fenses, if any. to it on IIYZER,
KNIGHT ft LUND, attorneys for
Plaintiff, whose address is l'7iI S
Bayshore Drive, suite 503, Miami.
Florida 88133, and file the original
with the Clerk of the above styled
Court on or before the 87th day of
June, 1968; otherwise a Judgment may
be enter.il against you for Ihe relief
demanded in the Complaint or peti-
tion
WITNESS my hand and ihe seal Of
said curt on the Kth day of May.
1961
B, M LEATHERMAN.
cierk of th.- Circuit Court
in and for Da.l. County, Florida
By: K. M I.V.MAX
I). PUty Cl.rk
:, 84-31 6 7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
KOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersign. .1. desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
Of HRASSEHS LEON 18A at 1242 NIC
2nd Avenue intends to register said
name with the Clerk Of the Circuit
Court of Dade County. Florida.
VALLADARES FASH n INS
5 17-24-31 >' 7
CIRCUIT COURT. ELEVENTH
JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. DADE COUNTV
COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 68-7009
NOTICE BV PUBLICATION
Kl.lo CAIJ5ADILLA,
Plaintiff,
VS
rose MARIE CALZADILLA,
Defendant
TOP ROBE MARIE CALZADILLA
ti'v Banford (Street, Dover, Nev
Jersey are notified to serve a copy o-
your answer 10 Divorce Comnjahv
filed against you on Plaintiff's attn.-
ney. GEOROE nhholas. 812 N.w
12th Ave.. Miami, Kla., and file origi-
nal With Cl.-rk of this Court on
before June i::. 1968, otherwise com-
plaint Will b.....iife>sod bv vou.
Dated, Max 3, 1968
E. 1! LEATHERMAN. C|,.rk
By: K M I.YMAN
Deputy Chrk
;. 1.1-17-24-31
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
KOTICE IS HEHEBY GIVEN thai
ihe undersigned, desiring lo engage
in business under th*' fictitious num.
of ART WINDOW DECOR al 1934
N.E. lil.'lrd Sireet. Miami i"iit. lids n
register said name with the Clerk of
in- Circuit Court of Dade Count]
Florid.,
LEON DROTZER
Sole t iwner
MARK PABER
Attorn, y for Applicant
112 Alnsle) Building
Miami. Florida
5/17-24-31 ; 7
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78263-B
In RE: Estate of
WILLIAM NBMSER
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav
ing claims or Demands Againal Said
Estate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims ami de-
mands which you may hav. against
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
th. undersigned, desiring to i*npage
in business under the fictitious nami
"f A A M M< i V INC COM 1\\ NY at
2136 N.W 24th Avenue, Miami. Florida
Intends to register said name with
the Clerk of the Circuit t'ourt of
Hade Count v. Florida
\l \N HOLI.ETT
Sole Ow ller
:. 24-31 6 7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
: bm,:::,:,:,ll.,^:,,"'.;!,-;;:,.:\,fi.,.;;s'Z'Z::;
LEE'S fashions at 6S1 WaidtlBg-
ton Avenue, Miami Beach, Florida In-
ceased late of Hade CTmity. Florida,
to the County Judges of Had. c..uni>.
and lib the same iii duplicate and as
provided in Section 783.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices iii the County
Courthouse In Had. County, Florida,
wilhm six ..il.ndai months from the
time of the firsi publication hereof.
or the same will be barred
n led al Miami. Florida, this 80
day of .May. A.D 1968
JI ISEPH \ EMSER
A^ Executor
First nubile al Inn of this notice on
Ih. 24th day of M ly, 1968
i' iMi i: N'EMSER.
Attorney
11 :: Meridla n Avi nue
.Miami Beach, Florida
S 84-31 7-14
name with th.
Court of Dad.
lends lo i. gisi. r sai.
Chrk of ill. Circuit
County. Plorlda
LEE POX, Sole Owner
Ii 24-31 6 7-14
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Ihe underslgued, .1. suing to engage
in business under ihe fictitious name
of LA COTORRA at 290 B.W. 8th
street. Miami Intends to register said
iicnii with ihe Clerk of the Ciroult
Court of Dad. County, Florida.
LEi "NIDKS MARTINEZ
5 24-31 .; 7-14


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1968
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