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The Jewish Floridian
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-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
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Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
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63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 21, 1968

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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University of Florida
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Succeeded by:
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Full Text
"Jewish Floridian
Combining Tf JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 41 Number 25
Miami. Florida, Friday, June 21.
1968
Two Sections Price 20-
Moscow Rabbi Start
Historic U. S. Visit

Dr. Heiuy Kinq Stanioid (standinq, riqht), president of the
University of Miami, was quest sneaker this week at the
jommeiicemenl exercises of Tel Aviv Upiversity on the
university campus m Tel Aviv. Shown with Dr. Stanford
are (from left): Prof. Benzion Katz, rector. Mayor Mordechai
Namir of Tel Aviv and Di. Geofqe Wise, university presi-
dent. Amonq those attendinq were the members of the Oleh
Reqel Pilcrrimaae of the Greater Miami Israel Bond qroup.
ADMITS FACTS ARE TRUE
By Special Report
NEW YORK Rabbi Yehuda
Leib Levin, spiritual lender (if
w's Choral Synagogue, open-
much heralded historic \ isit
to this country w ith a brief press
conference following hi> arrival
here in which he said he would
spend two 'weeks touring a num-
ber "i American Jewish communi-
ties
Accompanying the 74-yea
religious leader on his American
visit is Cantor David Stiskin of the
Leningrad Sj nagogue
bi Levin was scheduled to
i his first public app< arance
this we< k at a meeting at Hunter
.' under the auspices of the
American Council for Judaism,
sponsors of his visit
Jewish organizations in this
countn had been trying for years
for the visit ol Rabbi
Levin but the Soviet authot
ived the current visit only
after the anti-Zionist Judaism
Council extended an imitation.
Reform Leader Raps
'Secular' Synagogue
U. S. State Department
Scores. Israeli 'Pressures'
WASHINGTON iJTA) State
Department officials told the press
this week that an allegation by
Nrael that Soviet pilots were fly
'Mi for the Egyptian Air Force
as a maneuver to pressure the
nited States into approving the
-ale to Israel of 50 Phantom jets
"lat it is seekinij. The officials
-;>oke for "background only" and
lsisted on anonymity
A oress association report from
vrusalem attributed to l-raeli in
-lluence source* a statement that
between 70 and 100 Soviet fliers
were working as test pilots and
Roundup Nets
Twenty Suspects
JERUSALEM (WNS) -
Twenty terrorist suspects.
believed to be members of
the El Fatah gang, were re-
ported arrested in a surprise
raid in a large village in the
.lenin area. All men in the
village of B.000 were quei
tioned for identification at
the town square In the NY
gev, two Arab saboteurs
a >re killed when thej St
tmpted t blow up a i>> idge
i r iad ''' Eilat,
Instructors for Egypt and were fly-
ing extensive air patrols through-
out the Middle East (Newsweek
Magazine said several weeks ago
that 100 Soviet pilots are flying
Egyptian jets.)
The Jerusalem report said this
information was passed on to the
U.S. government some time ago.
Israel reportedly stressed that So-
viet arms aid totaling $1.5 billion
had been poured into Egypt and
had now turned the power balance
heavily in the Arabs' favor. Israel
has o*.!y one plane for every four
Arab aircraft. The ratio was one to
three at the start of the Six-Day
War.
The state Department officials
said that the Israeli intelligence
disclosure in Jerusalem was to
some extent true It was confirmed
that between TO and 100 Soviet Air
Force expert- were working as in-
< structors or test pilots for Egypt.
; But the U.S. sources would not
confirm that the Russians were
actually flying widespread air pa-
I trols.
8y Special Report
BOSTON. Mass. Rabbi Levi A.
Olan of Dallas. Tex., president of
the Central Conference of Amer-
ican Rabbis, warned this week of
dangers to the American Jewish
religious community stemming
from the secular-oriented syna-
gogue in a God-ignoring society, in
which the rabbi serves merely as I
another institutional functionary. '
Opening the 79th annual meet- ,
\ ing of the Reform rabbinic associ-
ation representing more than 1.000
Jewish spiritual leaders in the
United States and Canada. Rabbi
Olan told his colleagues that they
must eonfront and challenge "a
drifting with resplendent success
toward a secular Jewish commu-
nity dressed up in the vestments
of meaningless ecclesiasticism."
He defined our age as "the most
secular since the days of Constan-
tine" and said ors-third of the
world has dedicated itself to Com-
munism, while others have become
convinced by technological and
scientific advances that they "can
do almost everything without Cod
secularism is the modern suc-
cess story."
Dr. Olan considers the critically
important fact about our age to be
"the almost complete victory of
secularism as a way of life.*'
While the religious leader's mes-
sage addressed itself purely to the
problems facing Reform Judaism,
he referred to "a more profound
world revolution than is evident
on the surface, where natural law
and mechanical force have sup-
planted God."
In his keynote presentation.
Continued on Page 11-A
Eshkol Delays Move
On 'Absorption' Post
JERUSALEM (JTAi Prime
Minister Levi Eshkol. yielding to
sharp protests among some of his
government coalition partners,
told the Cabinet this week that a
vote on his proposal to set up a
new Ministry of Absorption would
01 icials here said they had re- Dt. delayed until the next Cabinet
ceived mam -pressures from
Congress to approve sale of the
Phantom jets This had produced
no results, they -aid. because Presi
Continued on Page 7-A
meeting and possibly later.
Under his plan. Labor Minister
Yigal Allon would be appointed
Deputy Prime Minister as head of
the new ministry Yosef Almogi, a
former leader of the dissident Rafi
Temple Stones Are Found
11 SALEM 11 a ircheol
- exc ivating on the sil
np e In Old Jei ialem have
it ; several large stones
which were one.' pait of the paw
: leading to the southern en-
' ince of the holiest of '<>* -;
-.....lies. Headed bs Prof, Benjamin
Mazar of the Hebrew University,
archeological team found the
st >ne* under six teet of debris
' r ligging through 13 layei
it ng vari iu- i >- of Jeru-
ulem's long history r>!' dtsco\
* is '.1.1 in .'i lOOt*
i happened to coin-
: anniversary ol
,,t East Jerusalem
ng wmcl
the
he liberation
uy Israel.
The stons* were described as
weighing about a quarter of a ton
each and measuring approximate-
ly two feet by three feet. They
were laid during the reign of Herod
Antipas who lived from 20 B.C.E.
'o 2f C.E. and was kiryj of Judea
under the Roman occupation at the
suit of the Christian era.
;. j'se-n tvealed a p ssi
. _-. ice tunt bj th
contemporary Jewish historian Jo-
sephus who said the Temple area
was paved with marble The slabs
found were of well dressed grej
Jerusalem stone It is believed that
some ol them may have toppled
from the southern wall of the
Temple when it was destroyed by
the Roman Emperor Titus in 70
C.E
Prof. Masar's archeological work
i- being carried out under permits
issued by the Department of An-
tiquities t>I the Israel gov
lalem mm si >ality
faction in Premier Eshkol s domi- j
nant Israel Labor Party, would
succceed Gen. Allon as Labor Min-
ister. Mi. Eshkol stressed that the
proposed new ministry would be
a separate unit and not part of the
Prime Minister's office. Then he
said that, at the request of sev-
eral ministers, a discussion and a
vote on the proposals would be
postponed.
Premier K-hkol gave his assur-
ance that, notwithstanding the es-
tablishment ol a Ministry ol Ab-
sorption by the government, the
Jewish Agency would still be ex
pectcd t" exercise responsibility
for need> immigrants and refu-
gees."
Mr Eshkol stated that position
in a letter to Aryeh I. Pincus,
chairman ol the Jewish Agency,
intended to clarify the future posi
tion of the Jewish Agency which
many considered to be in jeopardy
as a result of the Cabinet'- de-
cision to set up the Ministry.
Delegates to the 27th World Zi-
onist Congress, especially those
involved in fund-raising for Israel
abroad, had expressed fear that the
new ministry was intended to usurp
the Jewish Agency's functions in
C jrtti.i>j'*d J" 3 i < '' *
Asked about charges thaf 'l'r-
visit was allowed by the Soit
government as a means of de*i'J
ing its policies toward the Sc.ifi
Jews. Rabbi Levin replied Ittiri
"the Sovi;-t government does Krl
need Rafcbi Levin to defond It
can defend itself."
Rabbi Levin said that he w d
lecture in the United States tol
only on the religious life but in
"all legal, economic and social
questions" concerning Soviet Je v-.
He said that he would also show
a 15-minute motion picture de <
ing religious services in his syta
gogue which is the largest of the
three Jewish houses of worship il)
the Moscow area
He noted that the vast majority
of Soviet Jews did not belong to
any of the country's 100 syna
gogues.
Rabbi Levin and Cantor Stiskin
were met on their arrival by Rich
ard Korn. president of the Amer-
ican Council for Judaism, and by
a delegation headed by Rabbi Pin
i chas Teitz of Elizabeth, N.J, a
; leader of the Union of Orthodox
.Rabbis of the United States and
! Canada.

I ACJ Says
Charges Are
'Not True9
NEW YORK (JTA) George
l Bagrash. acting executive director
ot the American Council for Juda
ism. this week denied a charge
that the anti-Zionist organization
was unconcerned with the plight of
Jews in Arab countries.
Replying to that charge, made
, by Dr. Morton Mezvinsky, recent-
ly resigned Council executive di
rector. Mr. Bagrash said that his
organization's invitation to Rabbi
. Yehuda Leib Levin of Moscow to
visit the United States was "based
on a deep concern" for Jews in
Russia.
As for Dr. Mezvinsky's charge
that the American Council's Phi)
anthropic Fund refused to aid be-
leaguered Jews in Arab nations
alter the Six Day War. Mr. Bagrash
Continued on Page 10-A
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U.S Students Gain
Satisfaction From
Israel Peace Corps
NEW YORK Disclosure
oi a "genuine Idealistic trend"
amony important groups of Amer-
ican students toward participating
in the Israeli Peace Corps was
made here by Dr. Aryeh Nesher,
coordinator of the program, known
in Israel as Sherut I.a'am.
Addressing a press conference
where he released a study that had
been made on the effectiveness
of the program. Dr. Nesher said
"it was clear that there is a gen-
uine idealistic trend witnin iiii
portant groups of American stu-
dents and young professionals who
are in search Oi meaningful social
experiences."
Conducted by the Bureau of So-
cial Research of Columbia Univer-
sity, the study showed thai to per-
cent of the volunteers u ho went to
Israel did it mainly to find self
fulfillment and to meet meaning
ful challenges
According to Dr. Nesher. t>o per-
cent of the 5uo volunteers who
participated in the program since
> inception in l!H>f> had no pie
viotis organizational or ideological
links uiiii Israel. More than 8ii
percent, he added, did not know a
word "I Hebrew.
Evaluating the program. Dr.
Nesher said. "We find that the
volunteers' Jewish identities have
become much more important to
them alter a year and that the
proportion "f volunteers who felt
there was a good chance nf their
settling in Israel permanentl)
more than doubled, increasing
from 22 percent before they left
for Israel to 50 percent bj the end
(rf their year there."
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Israel And Jordan Trade Complaints
UNITED NATIONS. NY. (WNS)
Israel and Jordan have filed
cross-complaints with the Security
Council charging each other with
violations of the cease-fire and
blaming each other lor triggering
last weeks nine-hour clash.
Jordan, in a letter to Security
Council president Ambassador Ar-
thur J. Goldberg, accused Israel of
having violated the ceasefire and
of having used ground-to-ground
rockets against the city of Irbid.
The Jordanian communication
said Israel had launched a "sur-
prise artillery attack which snow-
Killed into a number of suburbs
ind neighboring villages. In addi-
ion the complaint charged that
Israeli planes killed 30 civilians
mil wounded more than sixty.
In its complaint to Ambassador
Goldberg, Israel accused Jordan of
j soate of inexcusable and murder-
ous incidents in the month of May
.ind spilling over into June. The
incidents which set off the fuse
were Jordaniar. attacks on a num-
ber of Israeli villages which took
the lives of at least three farmers.
Ambassador Yosef Tekoah of Is-
rael, in his letter, noted. "In view
if the persistence and intensifica-
tion of the Jordanian barrage, it
; ecame necessary to order Israeli
aircralt to take action in self-
defense to silence the sources of
fire During recent days Jordanian
attacks across the River Jordan
against Israeli villages have be-
come more frequent and intensive,
and have been accompanied by a
concerted campaign of warlike
threats and incitement to violence
emanating from Amman," he said,
concluding. "The Jordanian gov-
ernment is duty-bound to put an
immediate end to such breaches of
lhe ceasefire and to observe it
scrupulously."
In a supplemental communica-
tion to i he Security Council presi-
dent for the month. Mr. Tekoah
documented Israel's case by listing
a spate of recent Jordanian attacks
on Israeli settlements throughout
the month of May and in the first
Ihv- ol June. There were an aver-
Ige ol one a day in May and on
the first Sunday in June, there
were two.
In the Bekan Valley settlements,
meanwhile, settlers were mourning
their dead and assessing the dam-
age they suffered from Jordan's
artillery barrage. One of the dead
was a 32-year-old mother of three
youn-j children. Arother victim
was a student from Jerusalem who
was hit as he was entering a bomb
shelter. The third victim died when
a shell hit the plywood factory at
which he was employed.
Apart from the loss of live-. Is
raeli settlements suffered heavy
damage. Ashdod Yaacov. a com- ,
plex ol settlements, took about 250
shells which shattered water pipes,
electric lines, cowsheds, homes and
a communal dining room. All of
the settlements in the complex re-
ported heavy damage.
As the four settlements were re-
covering from the shelling, which
Iriggered an Israeli response in
which both artillery and planes
were used. Chief of Staff Maj. Gen.
Chaim Bar-Lev said the air strike
against Jordanian gun emplace-
ments must be a lesson to Amman
that Israeli villages cannot be at-
tacked with impunity. Israeli gun-
ners and pilots were reported to
have made direct hits on Jordan-
ian positions, silencing manj a nil
lery batteries
Jn Washington, meanwhile. Is-
rael and Jordan were both admon-
ished by the State Department for
'.he recent clash, it was revealed
by a department spokesman who
said both Tel Aviv and Amman
have been advised they must "scru-
pulously abide" by the terms of the
I'.N. ceasefire agreement of last
June. Announcement of the move
was made by department spoke-
man Robert J. McCloskey. who
said. "These events emphasize
again the need lor United Nations
or other unbiased observers in the
area."
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^Jewis* Fkridfiair
Pag-3 5-A
WfW 0AT4 ON ACCUSED ASSASSIN
Report Sirhan Traveled To Arab Capitals
LONDON Associate Supreme Cour: Juv
ce Wil'io w O. Do iq'as hjs
accepted the nat onal chair-
rnanshta of "he American His-
tadrut Cu'.:'--^1 Exchange In-
stUvts.
LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Urges Local
Aliyah Meet
EDITOR, The Jewish FlorHijn:
Miami Beach always surprises
In other ciri^s. drives are con
'ucted to promote aliyah (immigra-
ion to Israeli, but nothln: alonj
these lines is done in Miami Beach.
This city his a lar-e number of
JeWI who are ret;r<"d. uho have
"le caoitai I -uoport themselves
mrl who would be happy to live
n Israel
This would m tan 11 litional dol
. ir income tor Israel.
Why cant meetings i> organized
here to pi" note aliyah''
I COHEN
Standard reported this week that
an unidentified Arab government
ni- 'toduced startling new evi
1ence on the background of Sirhan
Sirhan, the accused assassin of
Sen Robert F. Kennedy, and is
supplying the l'nited States with
informat:on that '"may open up an
entire!} new line of inquiry Into
the motivation and organization of
he Kennedy murder "
According to a -rant page article
by Jon Kimche, the new informa-
tion shows thit Sirhan, whose full
->ame is .liven as SiiHan Bisrara
Sirhan Abu Khatar, was brought
h United States first in 1948, at
he aqe of four, rit in 1957 at the
ige of 12, as orevious'y reported,
Argentina's Jews
Protest Vandalism
Bt'F.NOS AIRES 1.ITA1 The
v>n!ral Jewish representative or-
East tnree
periods.
times for extended vide the prosecution with any evi- the help of Israeii officials to ijp1
dence needed > convict the ac-
_, ... (used, there i- no intention of dis-
rhe purported record also show, closl a lf .. ... .,. this
accord o Mr K,mche. that he ine/sald
1 i- married near Amman. Jordan.
on June 27. 1957 (if correct, he Justice Department attorneys
was 12 years old jt the time) and cited previous revelations of al-
-hat he returned to the Middle leged evidence against Sirhan by
East in !>4 and 1966. In 1964. he Los Angeles Mayor Samuel Yorty
reportedly spent -even months and complaints bv ;he American
there, four ot them in Damascus. Civil Liberties Union that this
in 196. his stay included a five compromi-ed Sirhan's right to a
month stretch in Cairo. He re- fair trial
turned i the United States early .. _. _
:. IM, But the State Department offi-
in i>f>. ....
c The Arab government, said Mr terests of national security they
Kimche, is convinced that its rec- must suppress any findings that
L'nited States to help hi .
son. Sirhan. who lives on the Wesl
Bank, has reportedly sought Infor
mation about documents and '
for j:i currency application nee
'--. > for such a trip. Source laid
that n i difficulties are expected >!
Sirhan proceeds with plans to go
.o the Uniti I 51 ites.
In Washington, the U S. Afo.-ny
General was asked to invest->i.i-
Arab activities ir the United Staro*
in connection with the role o 3n
han In the assassination of S*
Kennedy.
R .. I tel T Broyhill. Virgini
irds are accurate, but they are might inflame passions against the Rep told the House ttial
being sent to the L'nited States to
check igainst information devel-
oped by the FBI
In Washington, however. State
Department spokesman Robert J.
McCloskey said ir response to
queries about the London report
Arabs.
, contornutv witn tne
At this juncture, it was pointed [he mm{s{
it. the'US. is trying to rebuild kKW,
s relations with the Arab states Tl,;. .. u. _j,
out.
its
that suffered badly in the after-
math of last June's Six-Day War.
A top priority is the avoidance of
a Jewish cemetery
The DAIA protest, signed by Dr.
Isaac Goldenberg. president, and
Jose Kestelman, acting secretary
was accompanied by photographs
>f the vandalized cemetery, show-
ing swastikas painted on tomb-
stones and on the cemetery walls.
The letter also drew the Minis
ter's attention to the fact that he
had not replied to an earlier com-
munication describing Nazi activi-
ties here, including distribution of
luantities of anti Jewish hate lit
.ratine and the painting of anti-
Jewish slogans nn building*
The DAIA leaders asked the
minister to receive a delegation
to discuss the situation
that it has no evidence that he left
America and returned to the Mid-
dle East subsequently.
Official sources in the Depart
ments of State and Justice disclos-
Nevertheless. Congressmen have
started to speculate that the assas-
sination was in line with the pro-
claimed terrori-t policies of El
Fatah, the principal Arab guerrilla
ed that the government has much Dand that operates against Israel.
more information on Sirhan than mainly from bases in Jordan.
has been made public. But while Bishara Salameh Sirhan. father
the assassination was in obviou..
mity with the stated aim <>f
Arab terrorist
as El Fatali
This ^roup has advocated the em
ulation of the Viet Cong and the
ass is -.nation of Israelis and Other..
who dare support Israel."
The Congressman asked the iu-
tice Department to ascertain the
financial sources of the organize
tions of Arab students, their links
.vith foreign embassies and con
nections with Stokely Carmichael
and the Student Non-violent Co
ordinating Committee (SNCC) and
the New Left. Broyhill suggested
that visas of Arab agitators be re-
voked and deportation orders is-
sued.
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Friday. June 21, 1968
*.Jen-isfi ftorkMam
Page 7-A
Walter S, Falk Is Elected President
Of Jewish Family, Children's Service
Shown at recent installa ion ceremonies of
the Rabbinical / i~irrti~i cl Or^n!pr M5"*"!
are the newly elected officers. They include
from left): Rabbi Sol men Schiff. Cora: a
tion Beth El. expcut've vice uresident: FHbH
F'ico'ic- 1 T N't Tcrmid, M' -
BpcH treasurer Rabbi Samuel Z. Joffe,
Temple Beth El. Hollywood, president: Rabbi
Jo-'-ch R. Narr,:. Ti tel of Grent-r
Miami, vice president; Rabbi Irvinq Lehr-
man, Temple Emann-El. Miami Beach, out-
qoinq president; and Rabbi Sol Landau.
Beth Dc vid Conqreq-rtion, -ocretary. Rabbi
Icon Kronish 'behind Dr. Narot), Temole
Beth Sholom, Miami B^ach. was the install-
ing ir. Rabbi Richard Levitan, Temole
Emanu-E!, Ft. I.auderdale, was the outqoinq
Walter S. Falk has been elected
president of the Jewish Family and
Children's Service Ibr the year
1968- 1969 at a meeting of the
board of directors held recently
at the home ol .Mr. and Mrs. Bur
ton B. Goldstein.
Other officers elected for the
coming year are Dr. Alan A Lip-
mi Emanuel Pollack, vice
presidents; Mrs. Charles Goldstein,
secretary; Mrs. Eugene It. Katz,
treasurer and Dr. Melvin L. Beck-
er, honorary president.
Board members elected include
Mrs David Pleeman, Joseph Gas
sen George W, Hirsch, Mrs. Eu
-cue I!. Katz, Jeffrey S. Kaufman,
Leo Landis, Sidney Lefcourt, Wil-
liam Levin, Dr. Alan A. I.ipton,
.Maurice Pavlow, Morris Rabin
vvitz. Edward Rothbard, Edward
J, Scheaffer, Frank Solomon Mrs
Vlfred Sunn. Harold Tanner: and
Harold Thurman.
Certifici tes o) app n for
heir services were presented to
Dr. Marvin L. Becker, outgoir
I ,-\i\ in Cassel b.....d
member, [or sixteen j e i r s of
set vice
The .'K'S i- supported through
the Cireatci Miami Jewish Federa-
tion and i luted Fund ol Dai e
County and provides counseling
and child welfare services o the
lew ish community.
tracts
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Scores Israeli 'Pressures
Continued turn Page 1-A
i cni .' hnson rema ns uncon\ inced
lhal i -i .'I need- ihcm The sta'us
:' the Israeli bid for the Phan-
toms as said to in- exactly where
it wa> '.;-t January, when the Pres-
dent met at the LBJ ranch with
Prim< M inister Le\ i Eshkol ol Is-
iael at I promised to keep l-iael's
reque-l under review
Congressman Emanuel Ctllei
called upon Se< retar) oi State Dean
Rusk for "immediate approval" ol
Israel's application to buy the
Phantom planes. The N> york
Democrat, chairman ol the House
Judiciary Committee, said in a let-
ter to Mr. Ku-k. It appears Im-
perative that Israels application
. he acted upon favorably and
forthwith.'" Rep teller said there
is a me-toone Arab snporioritv
over l-rael in supersonic aircraft
which cannot be balanced b) de-
liver} of American subsonic Sky-
hawk jel fighters to Israel.
He also noted that "while the
Israi lis are better trained and -u
perior fighters il is estimated
that 12 ">mi Russians are now train-
ing the Egyptians, plus an un-
known Dumber training armed
personnel In Syria Iraq, Yemen
and Algeria.
"Jusl as we uphold our defenses
.nd defense materiel to acl as a
deterrent against an) possible a
gressive .ids againsi us, so l mosl
strongly believe thai Israel must
have the Phantom jets to deter the
Arabs who acknowledge openly
and insistently their intent to de
stroy Israel." Rep. leller wrote
'It is a matter of acute concern
to us that the Soviet Union has
pe.ittrated the Middle East with
arms, materiel and personnel ar.d
that Israel as a Western oriented
democracy in the Middle East, is
jf major importance to American
security."
Mr Celler said lhal to the >>esi
'. e. approval ol Is-
... .. plii ai .'ii for Phantoms
a as hem- held up againsi the pos-
.ibilities thai France would deliv.
it the Mirage jel fighters pur
phased bj Israel or that the Rus-
sians might agree lo suspend arms
hipnients to the Vrabs. "We know
thai neither ol Ihese events has
come to pass, he wrote.
Ten sum Persists
Between French
Jews. Moslems
PARIS i.l'I'At One Jew was
badh burned h\ a gasoline bomb
in clashes between Jews and Mos-
lems thai broke out in the Belle-
, Hie quarter ol Pat is thi- week, In
all, 12 persons several of them
i. s, were injured in the fighting.
The district was quiet later, but
tension persisted and the local
loured the streets with a
loud sneaker lo urge Jews to re-
turn I" their homes.
Large numbers ol Tunisian Jews
live in Belleville. A Tunisian en-
Hit in I'aris appealed to the Tu-
nisian community to remain calm
All French Jewish organizations
belli special meetings on the situa-
tion in anticipation ol lurtlicr riot-
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Three Miamians, prominent in
the field ol fine arts, have been
name I a- judges for the Fine Arts
Festival of the VMIIA of Greater
Miami to be held Sunday. June 30.
at the Y. 8500 SW 8th St.
John Aspinell, supervisor of line
.ii!- for the Dade County Hoard of
Public Instruction; Marc Lynch,
professor ol Fine Arts at Barry
College and Iris Cutler well known
local artist, will judge the many
entries on display at the all-day
exhibit.
The Y.MIIA Art Festival, a side-
walk style show and sale, will fea-
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One '( ihr added attractions .it
thr hone games of lb* Miami Dot
phins professional football games
next f.ill. n has brrn reported,
will hr .< prayer before the game
bagtau riii- is based on tin- con
viction of the owners th.it th*
nation's need Ii for greater rec
ognitlun of tin' spiritual side of
Mr
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tors ill come out and rlobbei
each other
At leasl discounting the rec
onl pi the Dolphins In (he past
their mil be ., measure ol equal
itv on (he Held In this sroa of
our national sports torus rhls is
ore Hi.in ran !) uid aboul
Nwaa "sportsmen" whom our
Coogressmen from Florida have
been concerned aboul In the de
hair on st: Ictei gun control 1i a
By definition, ;i "sportman" is
on. uh.i shoots animals tm pleas
lire, .mil thr Inequality ol thai
contest must he obvious la .ill
who .in- not blind la humanitj
Congressman Slkes "i Florida,
for instance, is one ol lhal arm)
of Southern representative! who
has expressed horror si Federal
encroachment on the rights ol
thr tun ii its .nut almost equal
dismay the Supreme Court
banning ni prayers in the public
schools
Tlii-i el ui ii ,i consistency In
the voting patterns "i the men
in opposition io lunch program*
lor poor school children and siir
plus food for their parents, and In
their lupporl of prayer and nuns.
thai ii la little wonder decent
nirn look upon religion ol tins
kind with a Jaundiced aye
I niu i i. 'V my dismay that,
surely without meaning to side
with the Bible belteri Rabbi l>.i
viil l.eiu field -'. ,i- quoted recenl
I) i" '" IT i aid miieh alonu the
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t'.i thin; I i.ni not ..
Vmciii .ins." (ireel) ,i",l Rossi rr
vealed "a skeptical view concern
Inf the efflcac) ol formal school
Iiik for the leachinn of values."
Their statistical conclusions,
particular!) where it concerns In
tergroup relationships, are thai
there is little difference between
those who attended Catholic
s, iii,ois .uid those Catholics l">
had onl) < public school educa
lion riie\ pomt out that, "while
the average American has great
f.nth m the efflcac) ol the school
as .i developer ol values, whether
religious or secular, the social
.scientist finds himsell holding
guarded lew
\s one "t those a. et ibc Amci
u .in., i ,nntlnue lo hate faith In
111> religious school .is :i develop
rr of those values which I hold
s.uieii Since lhe.se are mj lam
lly's values, well, I mual agree
with Greelv and Rossi's view lhal
"the changci In value orients
lions which dn oi i in in the
schools are iimiien and are con
dltloned bj Ihe previous esperl
nces o| the .Indent in Ins family
milieu "
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< affftj: i.f. i In ;,IJ red _'l'ii;s ''/l|c;if mil
i in.. i belie* e, should be the be
ginning <>f the solution to the
prcMrin thai we hive in Amer-
ica today
"tberefora," Rabbi i^hrfiriri
proposes, i personally feel that
if the K"v<'inment would take a \
few billion Hollars and distribute
it to all persuasions of religion,
impartially, to encourage them to
build religious schools and thus
to Inculcate Into the children of
America a basic belief in God
and the principles ..i religion
that m<' common i" all religions;
I believe 'lint only then would
America begin to find its way
ba( V to civilization "
Disre^ardinu the constitutional
issue which I- rai-''d h< r<\ I must
challenge 'he idea thai mj <
Hgion h.is anything in common
with the religion o( Everett Dirk-
sen or Spessard Holland or the
fundamentalists ol any denomi-
nation
1 do not want tnj tax monej
to support religious schools ol
group- which t e a < h dogmas
which an- contrary t" my beliefs
for. while I do not say that mine
should be imposed upon others. I
must honestly state that I hold
then to be superior beliefs (for
mc. that isi or I could not con- i
tinue to observe them.
1 don't intend to take the space i
to pursue a point which is, at .
bPSt. not likely to be implement-
ed. But Rabbi Lehrfield d <> s *
raise a question which should he I
answered: Can religious educa i
tion provide those basic "values" (
he and others ol good will un-
doubtedly are speaking of?
In their comprehensive study.
'The Education of Catholic
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Ever wonder why golf cevriet
hove IS hole* instead seme
other number? Actually in
tht early days f golf'i devf lop
ment in England, different
ceuriei did have different Hamp-
er, for holei ... For example,
when the fir*t British Open was
played, at the Prtttwick Club
In 1860. that course had only
12 holes Some other courses
then hod 7 holes, seme had I,
some hod 14 But the most
famous course. th St. Andrews
Club l Scotland, just happened
In hnv IS hnlr and HH
yror* Inllnwint] 1 > H, nther
r nonet increased to 18 holes
nrrely to Iniinw the pattern
rt by SI. Andrews And.
thus II holes become the stan-
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where.
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nsk is what's the biggest lish
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record for retching a salt water
fish with rod and reel, is held
by an Australian, Alfred Dean,
who hooked n shork that weigh-
ed 2,664 pounds! The shark
was iust two inches short af
being 17-fcet long Dean
made his record catch in 195.
Now that we've mentioned the
biggest salt water fish ever
caught, do you know what the
record is for the biggest fresh
water fish ever hooked? .
The record was set by William
Cravens who caught a white
sturgeon in the Snnbe River of
Idaho in 1956 The fish
weighed 360 pounds and measur-
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Fnder
June 21. 1968
* Jew #*f fhrkHan
Paae 11-A
Exodus Of Jews From
Egypt Reported Stopped
EVA (JTAi The move- their families in overseas countries.
:,- Jews from Egypt has come "We trusl that necessary measures
Rabbi Raps 'Secular' Synagogue
ndstill alter "many nun- will be taken by the governments dttitudt
Continued from Page 1-A
Rabbi Olan observed that the re-
ligious community in our nation
has been deeplj disturbed by this
man for God and His Torah, and
the daily, over-busy practitioner of
lust another trade.
tu a
, i- -ere permitted to leave the concerned to facilitate such family
in the months following reunion," he declared
ay War. Gaynor [. .lacob-
,,:i. t PCUtlve vice president of
n,. 1 -ed Ilias Service, reported
-;. Speaking at a conference
. ., rj directors of the Interna-
tional Jewish migration agency
rs of agencies concerned
v^itti r< '.igees and migrants, Mr.
Mid that there were still
,;. i-st ated 200 Jews in prison in
:.c expressed the hope that
ild be released and per-
rejoin their families
! sited Hias executive said
-t of the Jews d1 Poland
. ions tu lw reunited with
of modern man. The
going nowhere Our future .a
threatened bj the modern Jew's
colossal ignorance of Judaism
more than bj any other force
within or without the community."
Noting that mar.y Jews in var-
ious Eastern Europe and Middle
East countries faced "a distressing
and precarious situation" he said
that United Hias faced "serious
challenges" in meeting resettle-
ment service needs in the coming
months.
rabbi who is heir to a tradition ol
an affirmative God-faith now con-
tronts a congregation whose mem-
bers are successful and affluent
withoui the help ol God. He is
troubled by the increasing irrele-
.anc> of ni< high calling to the
ini-\ schedule in which he u im-
prisoned."
DR. ABRAHAM GANNES h;i-beer.
"The result." Uahbi Olan stated.
"is a spiritual lea.lei left with a
vacuum which is then filled with
disquiet, olten frustration, and at i
. ,. I .ippointed director o the Depart
worst, despair. When the rabbi
ceases to be the Jewish scholar." l,K'n' ol Education and Culture of
he charged, "the Congregation be- the American Section. Jewish
comes ;i community of busy Jews I \gency for Israel.
A- a result, he said, the rabbi's
traditional scholarly function has
been subordinated in the consresa-
ministrator of the state Depart- that of ;in
bureau of Security and
Barbara M. Watson, acting ad-
Ontometric Congretw
|u rpen Vi ednesda)
he minute reports on the
i t of cataracts, visual
- encountered in space
.1 Use 'if hj pi c I- 111 e> e
ions w ill highlight the
lal congress i I thi \"iei
: imetric \- tion <
Miami Beach '',, Inesi
optometrists Ihrouj
m are expected to gather
ontainebleau Hotel for the
session, with heavy em
ii the educational aspects
profession.
ment
Consular Affairs, told the three-
lay workshop conference that the
1965 mum [ration law, which takes
effect July 1. "removes the last
estigesol racial discrimination in
! ,s immigration and fosters fam
Ij reunii n Noting thai under
'.< new law there had been a till
percent increase in immi
rom Ea>tern Europe, mainly for
amil) reunion, she said the figure
'would have been considerably
h 'i :i pt for difficulties en
i in obtaining passports
I exil permits in manj Eastern
n c itintrii -
Harry \l Friedman. United Hias
is-istan! secretary and comptrol-
ler, warned the conference thai the
agency's 1968 budget of S2.375.000
"might v ell be exceeded "
officiant, an ad-
ministrator, and a public relations
expert, since "it is the secularized
layman who toda,\ defines the ol-
ficc ol rabbi.
"Much "f the dissatisfaction and
restlessress which characterizes
the rabbinate in our day. Rabbi
O'an said, "is the product of the
tension between the rabbi's image
of himself as tho learned spokes-
Mr and Mrs. Ralph Weiss of Brooklyn, N.Y.. the winners
th Maxwell House Sweepstakes, are shown receiving
b two round trip tickets to Israel from a Pan Am repre-
itativo. W. W. McMillen. to the left of Mr. Weiss, is the
diet Sales Manaqer of the Maxwell House Division ol
General Foods. On the far riqht, Howard Potersen. account
-anaqer for Maxwell House Coffee, conqratulates the
couple. In addition to the fliqht via Pan Am. Maxwell Hou^e
will accommodate the Weisses with a weeks stay at the
Aviv Hilton and a Hertz car.
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Friday June I [
THE RAWI SPEAKS FROM HIS PUUMT
M\\ge Of Talk"
it RA83I ALFRED WAXMAN
Temple Z>or>
The portion of Tr;* Spiei
ijha-izt-- a moral | I
we are 0
are in our time ^
The eommeotator Rasl
tigaifieant analog) between
prtxsditifl. pr-
tion in .
M 1 r i ;
slanderous -j
cusatioiu made
again-; h-.
brother. M.....
and this week's
port: in in which
the report of the
10 spies w
of m i s s t j e-
m e n t. per
n of fact,
and insidious
pessimism In both cases the pun-
ishment was of an extreme nature.
Very high in the scale Of un
thical practice is that of loose
talk which ultimately results in
slander with all its concomitant
vils.
The sage.s of brae I were so in-
tensely concerned with this moral
delinquence that they urge as
forcefully and eloquently as possi-
ble, restraint and reservation in
any kind of verbal expression
"He who increases words in-
creases stupidity"; "1 have found
nothing better in life than Si-
lence." are only two of the many-
dicta that are designed to discour-
age excessive talk.
We live in an ae which could
flaabi Waimam
veil : > .- ,.
>i A
war situation i aiind

newsprint id
'
moc i and Discuss n pas -
with '-.ne
'--.-: je. We
alkmi than
aided. arte talking aod the
-- -. it I -;. icatl
w- ire in an "Age >f Eth-
ic*," an "Age of Clan an
Age nantics." >r u i -
~>l E stem Me are n jn
Age of Tall
We should hee-j the ad of
the iage "Wlie Men, he exceed-
ingly careful with your words
five I-rael Youths
Seized By Lebanese
TEL AVIV (JTAi Lebanese
policemen kidnaped five Israeli
high school boys from Israeli ter-
ritory this week. They were re-
turned safely the same day follow-
ing representations by the Interna-
tional Red Cross.
The five youngster;, all seventh
graders at a Haifa hih school,
were part of a group of 12 stu-
dents spending a two-week period
of national service at Kibbutz Mis-
?av Am. near the Lebanese border
They were working in a field when
two Lebanese police seized them
at rifle point and forced them to
cross the border into Lebanon
As soon as the incident was
. known. Israeli authorities ap-
proached the International Red
Cross, which promptly intervened.
r^obbinica! *J el<
eviston
v.
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rawis
Quiz Box
Wn* it it t*iat the mjovrner
traditionally eefs his first meal
after mt funeral from 'faf
which hs been prepared by
ofhe.-s?
3 <: sus a nournei ien
>al il ill own at *he fir-? .Tia'.
the nirial Shulchan Aruch.
Vorefa Oeah, 3T8: Tain
M ted Kal i 271
This r -" tion is drawn from
----- in the Bibl
infer chat he ate >al from
The B liah
men br .'-
r them in noui ah -
r. ither shall men i re them I
cup Dsolation for their father
->r for :heir mother (Jerem ah
16:7.. The Book of Ezek:-
"Make no mourning for the lead
. tat no: the bread ther
me.-:" (Ezekiel 24 17 T'i..... two
Da^-a-ie- imply that in irdini
mourn:-: the mourner eats froi
ii i of others
Two reasons ar advanced for
this practice. One 'Rabbi Ye
ehami claims this is done because
the mourner is in his louest ebb
of interest, almost wishing to die
himself after the burial of a loved
one ani therefore not concerned
and often unwilling to partake of
food. The responsibility was there-
fore placed on his neighbor- to
make sure that he had a meal
prepared for him.
The other (Lvush) contends that
this practice is done to provide the
neighbors with an immediate
mems of offering consolation A
mourner feels very much alone
Observing that others have imme-
diately taken an interest to go to
the troi-ble of preparing the first
meal impresse- him with the feel-
ing that he is. indeed, not a!'>ne
and that there are others wh care
about him and -hare his grief.
Why is it a custom to an-
nounce the exact time of rHe
New Moon on the Sabbath be-
fore its appearance?
SYNOPSIS OF THE WEEXLY TORAH PORTION
I
She la h
: Wing i
'And the) came into the "-> >f Eshkol, a-:
one duster af grapes, and the) bore it upon a pole
N'um 13 :.
SHELAHAt K idernesa of Paran. the
il Israel asked Mo-ea to send forth scouts tot
I of Canaai God contented, twelve -pie- -
d, one from '.- le, i -;> i II
Forty lays la Che spies returned bearing the tn
,. evide fertility But most of them i -
report: the native >f < anaan we
the cities gtronal n i i-1^ '
Numbers 13:38
Of al! the ^p.---. hi : I >sh i m of S in, I I ae tri -
F.-hraim. and Caleb, the soi lunneh, of the tribe i
leclared there was nothing l i tear from the natives
The Israelites, frig lb) th feari il
d tearfully: "Were t not tettei fw us to return into Eg)
Number- 14 3
God grew wrathful this lack o(
irould have destroyed thee ngregation srere .....
V intercession. Hov He vowed that before the Is
might enter the Promised La rould wander in th<
for 40 years; until the tni re r is generatl
2') years of agesh tuld >e
This recounting of the Week.y rtr;ion of the Law is astraVCtvd
m eJ ted by P Wollman-Tsamir. SIS. Publisher is Sharagold. and th
volume is available at 27 William St.. New York 5, N.Y. Preside.-"'
of the society distributing the volume is Joseph Schlana.
June23Ch 10. 9:30 a.m. The Jewish Worship Hour
Host: Rabbi David Rosenfeld.
Beth Moshe Congregation
June 23Ch. 7. 10 a.m. The Still Small Voice.
Host: Rabbi Eugene Labovitz. Temple Met Vt- '.
June 25Ch. 2. 9:30 to 10:30 p.m. Man > Man
Topic: Current Issues
Moderator: Rev Luther C. Pierc-f
Participants: Kabbi Herbert M Baumgard, Temple
Beth Am: Bishop James Duncan

IT :. !*.;( I.....in. 1 :, .ij
Basically, this is in commemora-
tion of the practice of the Beth
Din in Jerusalem in the days of
the Temple of old when a mes-
senger would be sent from the
Rabbinical Court to the people to
announce the appearance of the
New Moon which had been wit-
nessed by two specially designated
witnesses. The Rabbinic tradition
considers this a means >f express-
ing :he ideal that man i- the
n aster of time and that, therefore,
the Rabbinic Court, the agent of
man in the form of the community.
ha< the responsibility of declaring
'iie oming of the new month.
Some commentarie- consider it
important to know the exact time
>t the appearance of the New
M KM1 in order to ascertain When
the prayers >: Sanctific.it:>" I >r
:he N'ew Moon are to be r.
u irding to one opinion in the
' ;n ('ode of -Law 'Sh
Aruch. Orach Chaim 426 2 it is
01 ai Men to offer the Saactifica-
tion prayer until seven lay; have
as-ed since the moon's first <;>
.. ince.
It has also been suggested that
knowing the time of the appear-
ance of the New Moon is a key :o
the establishment of the exact
time f the beginning of a season.
It was considered a virtuous act
to reckon the time periods of the
various seasons so as t> come to
realize the areat Providence of the
Almighty in directing the affair*
Universe and. at the same
time, miking it possible fo.....
man to discover the great I
ijf involved.
Why is it that th main (
of prayer (tti eightean 3tm
dictions) must be r*cited &-
the worshiper in a standing
position?
Basically, the main bod]
prayer has been cast in the for i
if benedictions (or blessingsB
at hot i It is mandator;. a- a .
era! rule, to stand un while a
ing a benediction Thi- beca
one addresses himself to God wS
pronouncing a hlesaing and aae
ways stands before a king.wa*
1ire--.nj hima- j
spect.
Some have claimed tr.a"
itanding position during the ma .
body of praver is required beca i
one who offers prayer assume.-
role of the priest in the sane.
of old who offered therfa*cii
Just as the priest was require I | i
do his work in a standing posi
so i- the worshiper ordered >
form his obligation ;n j stanl
p asition.
tHAVAT SHALOM CONGPEGA
TION. 985 SW 67th A OrthjJgx.
Oantor Morris Barr.
NSHE EMES. 2S33 SW 19th r
UETH AM (TEMPLE). 5950 N K-o.
-lill Dr., S. Miami. Reform Rabhi
Herbert Baumgard. Cantor M :'i-:
Kyrr.
1ETH DAVID. 262 SW 3rd Ave.
Conaarvativa. Rabbi Sol Landau
Cantor William W. Lipaon
h'ridav > p.m. Saturila> '.* .< m >.-r-
mon: The Torah Loaaon Bar Mltt-
/ah: Iti.-hard. wm of Mr and Mrs.
Martin flaaaaala Mimha 7:4.'. p.m.
1 a
4ETH EL. 500 SW 17th Avenua.
Orthodox. Rabbi Solomon Schiff.
?Ylday 7:30 p.m. Saturday : a.m
Sermon: "To Inspei-I Th- Land."
Mm.-ha 7:4S p.m
---------
ETH KODESH. 1101 SW 12m Ave
Modern Traditional. Rabbi Mix
Shapiro. Cantor Ben Dickson
Krlday at nunM-i Saturday B IK B m
.Sermon: "Eaplonase Prom Within.'
Saturday 6:4". pm Tin- Portini
l*w 7:IS p.m. B'rmcn Spie- Bvery-
wheret"
---------
iSETH SOLOMON. 50 NW 5lt Place
Conaarvativa.
Ave lief io u s **^
id
er\'ices
Fi.llo .ii.
.- u-' i um s---m / r
\\ ,
HALLANDALS
SNA' RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd S:
Conjrvative Rabbi Charles v Ru
Del. Cantor ^aack Lerner
Miin M i Mrs
?harlea t' son
'< Mr I Mra M.....i !l- -.-
HEBREW ACAOEMV 2405 Pinetrae
O' Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S
Gross.
TiFERETM ISRAEL. 6500 N Miami
Ave. C 'nservative. RabD> Ralph
Carmi. Ca'tor Albert Glantx
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Washington Ave
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H Stern
------ Cantor Meyer Enoel
TIFERETM JACOB (TEMPLE, >V E ------#------
4th Ave. Hiaieah. Conse--v Rabb' Maurice Klein Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield
Friday 7 p.m. Sritu-!. .m Cantor Abraham Seif
-------- -
ZION (TEMPLEi 3000 M Her Rd Con.
servative. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
SINXI TEMPLE, OPNORT- 513;
Temoorary office. *3801 NE T?nj
Ave Reform Rabbi Ralph K njsley
Krm.'.v !'. pin at Wa-I.i' :' II i-'-l---
,: Auditorium : N'E IR
Ouesi speaker Dr Stanford
s..r,.,... \\hii I- A .t.-v v Sui"
of observation! i >url i .. I :
cenl Bond Drl Folli I mm
s iturdn} M am
MIAMI BcACM
aGUOATh ISRAEL. 7801 Ca lyle Ave.
Orthodox Raoo> Isaac Ever
Frid:. f t p.i Ba turda '.
i Mltii-tia ;< m
MENORAH (TEMPLEi 620 '5th St
Conservative Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
vnita Cantor Nico Feldman
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE '8'5' NE
I9tn Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah
Capian
i m
NER TAMIO (TEMPuEl 80th St and
Tatum Waterway Modern Tradi.
tional Rabbi Eugene Laboviti Can.
tor Edward Klein
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th Street.
Orthodox Raboi Birel Wam.
SETH TOV (TEMPLE) 6438 SW 8th
St. Conaarvativa. Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Seymour Hinkes.
Krlday 6:30 p.m Saturday : : m St-
mon: Portion of the Weak
---------
9'NAI SHOLOM (Temple) 275 NW
109th Street Conservative Rabbi
Abraham M. Caaael
SRAEL (TEMPLE) OF GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th St. Reform
Rabbi Joseph R Narot.
ISRAELITE CENTER. $175 SW ->Sth
St. Conaervatlve Rabbi Avrom L
Draxin. Cantor Nathan Parnaes
Friday 6-3" p.m Baturda) 4B a t'i
Sarnton: "The Torah Looks W The
Credibility Oap."
MINYONAIRES SYNAGOGUE 1737
Bird Rd. Moradn Traditional
>R OLOM (TEMPLE). Conservative
8755 SW 16th St. Miami Rabbi
Ralph Z. Glixman Cantor Benjamin
Ban Ari.
H'rlday N p.m Saturday
BETH JACOB 301 Washington Ave..
Orthodox Rabbi Shmaryahw T.
Swirsky Cantor Ma-j.-ice Msmchea.
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE' 1546
Jefferson A*e Conservative Rabbi
Oavid Pin Csntor Saul h Br-eh
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bomta Drive.
Orthodox. Rah1:' Phmeaa Weber,
man
Frid,-, : is pm Baturda] !:! m
S-rm Bei d Forth People '
--------
SEPMAHOIC JEWISH CENTER 645
Coll ns Ave. Rabbi Sadi Nahmias.
YOUN3 ISRAEL OF MIAMI BEACH
542-44 Washington Ave. Raobi A.
Ben M,|iei
YOUNO ISRAEL OF GREATER Mt.
AMI. 990 NE 171st St. O'-.sjOii
Prldj v T I*. i m Saturday -
r: T! ^ (tight To Make Owi
" Etai Mita\ >> ?hperd
CORAL GA8LE5
JU05A .TEMPLE) 5500Granoa Blvd
Reform Rabbi Morris Kipoar
, m iTu*---' apeake" Prwl
H'.LANOALE JEWIS-* CN""8r1
24 E Hallandale Seacn Bun
HOLLYWOOO
3 = Th EL (TEMPLE) S i
Reform Rabbi Samuel Jaffa
i .u*--t -p.-,\~- \

8ETH SHALOM tTEVL5 "'
Monroe St. Conaervat Ptaau
Morton Malavsky
--------------
SINAI (TEMPLE). 120' John tor, V
Conservative Rabb, Oi l Snaptra
Cantor Yehudah hmiki,
MIRAMAR
ISRAEL (TEMPLE) JSi)-) 5* I"'"
Way Conaarvativa. Rabin irwlr
Cutler.
POMPANC REACH
SHOLOM (TEMPLE) '32 S .v "
Ave Conservative. Rabb v ""'"
A Skop Cantor Leon ?-ii
da' i". i> m Berta i
: N'ew a." s turd
BETH SHOLOM (TEW'LEl 4144
Cnase Ave Liberal Rabbi Leon
Kron.sn Cin'O' Bud Convser
BETH TFiLAH 935 Euclid Ave Or.
thodox nl< Joseph E Rackovsky
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
CUBAN HE3REW CONaREG^TION
1242 Wnnng'on Ave Orthodox.
Rabbi Oow Rozencwa o,.
EMANU-EL (TEMPLEi '701 Wash-
ington Ave Conservative Rabbi
Irving Lertrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
Piida) S p.m Baturda m -.
moi .<, h ml r- (iu- Varal
I A Paranta Dllemna 11, | ival
Jeffrej Ala so il lb i Mrs
1..... ..it i tnd raain
x.ii of Mr i I Mr*
ADATH YESHURUN 'TEMPLE)
Conservative. 1025 NE 183rd St.
BETh TQRAH 164th St. and NE 11th
Ave Conaervative. Rabbi Max Lip-
achita Cantor Jacob Renter
m and l:is p m B is
Mltn ,'. (-'.- laufhter of SI
Mr- Jack Hodus; and Melli i, dauarbt-
'' d Mrs Robert Moore
5 '"" ( m H.,r Mitsi th
David .' Mr i Mrs Arthur
B ter
ZAMORA (TEMPLE). 44 Zamora Ave
Conservative Rabbi Maxwell Berger
Cantor Hirsh March.
i. m Baturd.
SVrlptural Leas
\ ton Mr I Mri ai-
SURPSIOf
MOOAN OAVIO 0ONOREG" '"
Surfside Community Canter '"'
Csliins Ave. Orthodox R n"
O Vine
FT. LAUDEROALE
BETM MOSHE CONGREGATION
13600 w Dixie Hwy. Conaarvativa.
Raoo David Rosenfeld. Cantor Ban
Zion Kirechenbaum
' Prld 1:1 in -.. n :...,
BETH ISRAEL (TEMPLEi 47 E
Oik'and Park Blvd Rabb. Philip
Chaiton Cantor Theodora M ndich
1:15 p.m i ruesl -;..-..... Leo.
1 itur I .y | m
--------
EMANU-EL. 180' S. Andrews Av*
Reform Rabbi Richard M Lavton
Cantor Jerome Klamant
CANOLEliGHTING "Ml
25 SIVAN


3ov. June 21. 1968
kwisbfforidNton
BOOK REVIEW
Fcoe 13-A
svifniour b. Uebman
THE JEWS Of CZECHOSLOVAKIA
Mi
ISRAEL: CROSSROADS Of CONFLICT
title, The Jews of Czechs
tki (Jewish Publication So-
ti>. $8.00) is a misnomer. It is
: bister? in the tradit'onal con-
!! of the word and this is a
'e disappointing since the sub-
< of the book is "Historical
es and Surveys."
M :ime covered, while more
:hat '"between the two
d Wars'" as stated on the
1 of tile book, is inadequate
; meaningful lor tho.-e who
* nothing of Czech or Slo
- n Jewry.
the '.htirit> that >omethin^
tter than nothing and that
. : beginnings can augur a
. rt fruitful future, the publica-
. the book is justified.
Prior to 1P18 when Czecboslo
a becamt a nation. Jews had
.cd in Bohemia. Moravia. Si-
a. Slovakia and Subcarpathi-
Kjthenia. These territories
- re indepeiident from time t<>
e or formed parts of larger
( JticaJ entities.
Czech Jews had acculturated
J there weit sharp dlvergen-
in religious and cultural af-
ri due to the heterogenous
t-ti from which the different
m muni ties .stemmed. There
( r WM a homogenous Czech
i. *ry.
A dozen different authors writ-
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-iting uneven and the reading
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eus. Statitic> and bibliographies
. t strewn throughout the book.
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"SWeatl Crossroads of Conflict
by Lawrence H. Feigenbaum and
Kalman Siege! (Rand McNally &
Co., 5-5.50: presents to American
youth ;. comprehensive view of
the Jewish State.
Dr. Fsi^enbaum i* o former
junior high school principal andis
rn sently on the English faculty
of Baiuch School of City Univer-
sitj and Mr. Siegel i~ Assistant
Metropolitan Editor of the New
York "Jinit
The printing, illustrations, pho-
tographs, and the format are ex-
cellent. The text is appropriate
for the reader audience for whom
tht booh is intended
One wi-hes that the authors
had made two additions to the
statement that England received
a '.mandate to act as the protector
Of Palestine so that the Jewish
nation could be reconstructed."
The first is that the mandate
camt from the League of Na-
tion!, the forerunner of the IN.
The second is that England vio-
lated the mandate by cutting off
more than two-thirds of Palestine
and creating Trans-Jordan and
thereafter did all that it could to
d< fi at the establishment of the
Jewish State.
While we may forgive, we
must never forget that England
ha> earned the title. "Perfidious
Albion "
Nineteen Graduate
At Temple Israel
High School Unit
N teen young nun and women
n raduated recently from the
High School Department of Tern
pit Israel, where they completed
studies for three years of religious
school beyond confirmation.
Eleven of the graduates had
started in the Temple religious
school in the primary grades.
The graduates included Steven
Jperstein. Priscilla Falke. Frank
Gladstone. Paul Goldberg. Lynn
Gorfine. Joanne Harris. Mindy Jo-
seph. Nancy Klinkenstein. Ricki ;
Knobloch. Marilyn Langfeld. Bar-
bara Levin. Bruce Novell. Hermine
Pasternack Bonnie Plan. Susan
Pritikin. Harrj Rose. Herbert Sol-
omon. Marlene Wax and Andrea
Wiilens.
Six girls participated in Temple
Israel's third annual B'not Torah
service in which girls who have
achieved competence in their He-
nri w studies are given the honor
ol leading the Hebrew portions of
'.he Sabbath service and rtading
irom the Torah.
The girls who participattd were
Mara Aarons. Rachelle Bornstein.
Benita Brown. Lisa Pred. Arleen
Shtnkel and Yael Yanich.
Menorah Confirmation
Participants in the recent con-
firmation services of Temple Me-
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following: David Abramowitz. Ra.
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lanet Cohen. Jeffrey Cohen. Ma-
; ritza Ejenbaum. Allen Gewanter.
j Ron Grunhut. Debra Jacobson.
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Continued from Page 1 A
th* sphere f immigrant ebsorp-
tion n ercussions on fund-raising over-
seas. Some of those delegates told
the Jewish Telegraphic Agency
that Mr. Eshfcol's letter had re-
lieved their anxiety.
Gen Alton told the Cor.
that the new absorption office i
i\ould bt both an executive and
coordinating factor but that its
creation would not relieve other
^dvernniental officeS"f theirfMi-
^ations in immigrant absorption
and integration. He said special
emphasis would be placed in the
new mini-try on integration efforts
through landsmanschafttn and
other form? of immigrant associa-
tions Speaking at a Congress plen-
ary session, Gen. Allon said that
for the new type of immigration
Israel expects from the Western
world, new approaches were need-
ed. He t"ld the delegates that while
Israel could not assure Western
immigrants of the standard of liv-
ing to which they were accus-
tomed. l-rael could assure "a
proper lhing standard materially"
but even much higher cultural and
social living standards.
"In any case," he said, 'I don't
think American Jews would come
to Israel to seek the American
way ot living or the American liv-
ing standard." He said that assur-
ance of Jewish continuity, social
challenges. Jewish freedom, hero-
ism n^ culture were some of the
aspects of the new life Israel was
proposing to prospective immi-
grants from the West.
The desire to lead a fuller Jew-
ish lile is replacing Zionism as the
principal rea-on for settlement in
, israel by Jews from the United
States and Canada, according to a
study by the Israel Institute for
Applied Social Research submitted
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* U%ii Friday. June 2.
-68
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Talmud Teaches Art
Of Standing Firm
~^ ^IT-INS at the colleges seem to
"** be something new .The old
ime idea under which previous
,eneratior.< labored was that one
.vent to college to yet an educa-
ion. But we are beginning to
am thai it is the college presi-
lents and (acuity who need the
ducation. not the students. The
student! proceed to occupy the presidents quarters,
refusing to be moved and after a few weeks, the
president is educated.
The Bible shows some premonitions of the idea.
It is written. "Out of the mouths of babes cometh
wisdom." The old Hassidic rabbis seemed to under-
stand that it is often the teachers and not the pupils
who gel the education. There is the story of a man
who asked a Hassidic rabbi whether he should be-
come a carpenter or a teacher. "Better." said the
rabbi, "to be a teacher, because then you may have
a bright pupil and you will learn many things from
him."
Even the sit in is mentioned in the Talmud.
Well, if not the sit-in. then the stand in The basic
idea is the same. It is told in the Talmud in con-
nection with Choni Hamagel, the great rainmaker
of Talmudic times.
One time alter a long urought. .lews came to
him saying he must pray for rain or there would
be no wheat or barley to eat and no grapes for wine.
Choni acceded, lie prayed to God for rain, but
there was no rain. Choni realized that he must make
a firm -tand. "God." he exclaimed. "I will not move
from this spot until rain comes."'
Little drops of water then began to fall.
Choni raided his voice again. "Sovereign of the-
Universe, let the tain fall in quantities that may
make the crops grow and there be no famine in the
land."
The rain then began to descend in buckets. There
wag a veritable flood which could be M devastating
as drought. The people came rushing to Choni to
ash him to pray to God to stop the rain.
Choni disliked doing that. He thought it was not
right to pray for the end of a good thing, but finally,
he prayed that the rains might cease and the waters
slopped.
The moral is that it was Choni's "stand-in,"
hi< refusal to move from the s|H>t that prevailed on
Heaven.
But there is one difference. In the case of Choni
Hamagel. God knew what he wanted, but in the case
of the college sit-ins, we sometimes wonder if even
God knows what thev want.
Today's Thought:
By DR. SAMUEL SILVER
First Book Club
D1
iEMOCRACY was invented in the
Book "i Exodus where Jethro suc-
cessfully urged his son-in-law. Moses, to
share some of his powers. The income
tax originated in the Book of Leviticus
where the people are asked to give up a
portion of their possessions (mostly ani-
mal.-, in an agricultural society) for the
welfare of the group. The idea of the
United Fund is a gift to the United States from Judaism,
which pioneered in centralized charity (like the UJA). The
earliest organization in the U.S. of ex soldier- was the
Jewish War Veterans, which preceded the American
Legion and the others.
Another Jewish first was the book club. Long before
Hie large crop of book clubs appeared on the American
scene, a Jewish group conceived the idea whereby you
receive literary offerings on a regular basis.
That book club still flourishes. It is the Jewish Publi-
cation Society, and this year we celebrate ii^ 80th anni-
versary. One of its founders was the greal Henrietta Szold,
whose lather ia Baltimore rabbi) wanted a boj and got
Henrietta" instead.
Miss Szold became a scholar of note before founding
Hadassah, and -he was the secretarj ol the Society, which
encouraged new writers, introduced great authors ilike
Zangwill) to American readers, published works of schol-
arship, and fostered the idea of a Jewish library in the
hearts and home- of thousand- of our people. What began
jn 1888 continues in 1968.
The Jl^ (as it is called) is also the agency which
brought to us a modern translation of the Bible back in
the '20s. and is now responsible for another new version
of Holy Writ being produced by a bevy of great scholars.
The scholars have already given us "The Torah, the first
five books of the Bible, in lovely, lively, contemporary.
English.
The JPS is a great force in Jewish ecumenis.n. bring-
ing together Jews of all denominations in important
projects.
If you want to give someone a gift on the occasion of
a birthday, an anniversary, a Bar or Bas Mitzvah, Con-
firmation. Mother's Day. Father's Day. a wedding or even
when a new baby is born, you can give a gift that con-
tinues to give itselfa subscription to the Jewish Publica-
tion Society.
Between You and Me:
By BORIS SMOLAR
Action Needed on Arab Hate Activit
\7
I EADERS OF Jewish organiza-
tions are perturbed over the
growing number of Arab students
in this country who are becoming
more and more active in profes-
sional propaganda against Israel
and in hostile talks against Ameri-
can Jewry.
The propaganda which is
olten directed against the United States government
as well, lor helping Israel is now on the increase.
There is more of it than in any previous year.
Many of the young Arabs entered the United
States as exchange students on American scholar
ships and fellowships. They make it a major objec-
tive to try to infect the campuses with hatred
against Israel and against all those in this country
who support Israel.
Their number is sufficient)] large lo reach uni-
versities even in small towns, where there are no
Jewish students to lake issue with their views and
where they meet no opposition.
Admitted to thi- country for the purpose oi
studying various subjects, they address students
and faculty audiences in an effort to indoctrir
them with anti-Jewish hostility lor which they
trained in their native lands. Their line of pr
ganda is being emulated now by Arab student-
Latin American countries and is provoking a fee! .
ot restlessness among the Jews there.
All this points to the fact that penetration of
American continent by well-trained Arab agita
has become an integral part of the Arab pr
ganda machine directed from Egypt, Syria and I
The American Jewish Committee and the Anti-
Defamation League of B'nai B'rith are following
provocative activities of the Arab students
have come to the conclusion that effective acl
must i taken to cheek the infiltration of \
propaganda into American universities.
The Arab League Information ''enter in
United stall's, a propaganda agency, assured a
cent convention of Arab students, held at Univi
of Colorado, ol funds for their activities "when
possible" for the purpose of "enlightening Amen
public opinion about the threats and dangers
oni-t policies and about the evil role some Je
organizations in the United States plaj in
regard."
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Israel Newsletter
By ELIAHU SALPETER
Israel Labor Party Close To Majority
Jerusalem
A PROMINENT member of the Inde-
" pendent Liberal Party (formerly
the Progressive Party) Yizhar Harari,
announced that he was switching over
to the Labor Party. It was hardl) a
world-shaking announcement, even in
the context ol Israel's domestic politics.
But it brought Prime Minister Eshkol's
part] close to a majority in the Knesset for the first
lime in Israel's hi-tory. It also brought the hope of gov-
erning without a cumbersome coalition.
The mapor step toward a majority was taken several
months ago when the lclt-of-ccntcr Ahdut Haavoda and
Gen, Dayan's Rafi Party merged with Mapai to form the
Labor Party. With several small Mapai-affiliated Arab
parties, the new entity controlled 58 out of 120 seats in
the Knesset.
At the convention of the Independent Liberal Part)
last month. Mr. Harari fought lo create a permanent Lib-
eral parliamentary bloc with the Labor Party. He was de-
feated, but had he succeeded, the Labor-Independent Lib-
eral bloc would have had 63 of the 120 seals. Drawing his
own conclusions. Harari quit his party and joined Labor
to bring its Knesset representation to 59, just two votef
short ol a majority.
These moves will influence the struggle for Israel's
leadership. Mr. Eshko] reportedly chalked up Mr Harari's
defection as a personal success, although he never had
much to do with the man before
Eshkol's supporters also credit him with Israel's vic-
tor) last June and with the unification of three labor par-
ties, something hoped for, for man) decades, Now they
say, he has brought his party to the verge ol a majority
in the Knesset.
Eshkol's critics smile at this description of events.
They say Israel won last June's war despite Mr. EshJ
leadership: that merger Of the three labor parties was
forced upon the Mapai leadership, whose secretary-
Off the Record:
general. Mrs Golda Meir. fought il looth and nail the
younger generation. Ahdut Haavoda was welcome the
veteran leaders main!) to dilute the influence of ifi in
the new part)
What counts is that Mr F.shkol feels he is I
leader the Labor Party could have. He gi\ e- e\ ndi
cation of not wishing to retire but plans to he.i. aboi
Party's list in Ihe national elections two years fr< now
He needled one ol his critics recently by quotii
Mark Twain: "Reports of my death are prematui Hi
added, possibly onlj balf-jokingly: "I intend
around for another 29 years!" Mr. F.shkol is 7">
Thi- leaves two a\cnues open lo opponents if Mr
Eshkol One is to try to muster a majority in-; : the
party to prevent his reappointmenl ah head of the Labi '
Party's list. The other is to compete tor second piaci on
the list, alter Mr. Kshkol, and become his heir destgt '
The first course is dependent on the SMCesa
organizational reform inside the Labor Party. When
merged with Mapai. one of the points of agreen I m
thai under the new bylaws. a majority of the d. ::it<
to the party convention will be elected on a direct per
sonal ballot. The bylaws are now in the process i eing
drafted. There is a good likelihood that some kind >f di-
reel election ol delegates will be included.
Opponents Ol F.shkol hope thi- will bring aboii'
vention thai would not be split along the old
and not run on the basis of old party loyalties, Die di
vision won! be between the younger, more modern 'Dera-
tion and the oldtimers and second-raters who can
advance only on Ihe eo.it'ails ol the veteran leai
The younj er Ma| a: l< aders and all ol Rafl sup
idea ol an electoral reform, which would rep'. the
pre-ent nation ide I sts of candidates b) district e I ons
as in the is. where voters choose between pi 10
will represent them, not between part) Ideologies Sup-
porters ol the change claim thai it would en i the
united Labor Party lo win an absolute majorit) Ihe
Knesset
By NATHAN ZIPRIN
i:
Two Faiths Remain Irreconcilable
IT IS NOT olten that I am drawn
to Reform pulpits, even Ihi
the few limes thai l visited with
m> friends in the Reform pre-
cincts for a davening session l
i elished Ihe change.
My nio-t recent visit to a tem-
ple was made without planning
and without even knowing what
'he rabbi's theme would be lor the sermon. I was
aware of the temptation ot liberal rai.bis these days
lo speak on the Christian theme, ol the spun of
ecumenism in the religious world and ol the need
ol the brethren to sit at common table-. But what
I did not know was that it was still fashionable for
some rabbis at least to speak of the .ludeo Christian
theme in hackneyed terms, as if all differences be-
tween Ihe two religions were now completely ob-
literated and the time was ripe to bring Jesus to
the tents of Jacob.
In essence, the rabbi's thesis was that JestH not
only was born a Jew. but I hat he remained a devout
and loyal Jew. never preaching anything but the
faith he had learned ai his mother's knees and the
feel ol Ins Jewish teachers. His corollary to that
formulation was the need for accepting the Jewish-
ness ol Jesus as a common bond between the two
faiths. He also counseled incorporation of the Jesus


motit into naiogue literature.
Much has been written on the Jesus themi
u" one 'io has read sacred Christian texts
sustain the contention that Jesus remained a d<
and loyal Jew who preached nothing but the '
he inbided from his Jewish teachers
The d sparit) between Christianity and Judi
i- enormous and it cannot be bridged eithet
semantics, casuistn or wishful thinking. The
lhat both faiths have common roots has more o
bearing on their development than on Hieir coni
Christianit) in essence and in fact was a devi I
From Ihe basics of Judaismone which wid<
rather than narrowed over the centuries.
At Ihe heart of Christianity stands not Jesu-
Jew but Ihe rebel against Judaism. In any e
whatever ihe earl) Christians may have hi
mind, the subsequent development of Christie
brought it into irreconcilable conflict with Juda
not only theologically and philosophically but
other areas Of thinking and in the approach
human and divine values.
Religious diversity is as essential to the hue
patten a.s is cultural pluralism. It should iherc:
be obvioos. particularly to leaders in the faith,
the battle for Jewish survival in a Christian dim .
i- difficult enough without extending that clim >
to the very doors of Jacob's tent.
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MARIAN SNEIDER
The Iron Curtain Slams Shut
Marian Siteidtr
v. mre nut when the package
\;,.- delivered, n I went to the
Post Office <> pick it up. It took
the postal
clerk limner
than usual to
find it While
I waited. 1
looked at the
ticket in my
hand and no-
ticed that a
dollar fifty-
five postage
M as due. I
couldn't imagine what it
..-. He finally found the
b'-x and wh''n he put it in front
i', I gasped
This shocking moment bo^an
Sept imber when Stun and I
i in M iscom Natasha was our
-hi:-" ii Ic and we were to
nost constantly for the
. i\. i -. were there. A mi>
- of love developed
N '.a ami me.
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ititute ': Foreign
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tasha had been hurt and she was
sensitive to the idea that her gov-
ernment might not be as glor-
ious as she was told to believe.
She was the youngest of four
daughters. During the Stalin re-
gime, Natasha's mother was
pn -..ant with her first child. In
the middle of one niyht. as was
not uncommon at the time, po-
lice came to the house and whisk-
ed her husband away. They gave
no reason w hy this was happen-
ing or where he was going. Five
years later he was returned. He
had suffered greatly and the fear-
ful mother had spent five years of
lonely anguish with her small
child.
Unhappiness often creates an
.warer.. ~- Perhaps it was be-
ause of her personal contact
h sorrow that NaUab* was
to get close enough to trust
us.
i our last night in Moscow
had dinner togetfter As we
n the staur I had an
to do someth n; rjr nice
his girl I watr. her
w even alter wi .en gone
Nil I hi I :-!i. d I I -hip.
had told me tha: were
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laj items w en bly ex-
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When we got home I bought
the books. Stan put them in a
box. wrapped it with brown paper
and tied the package up. I took it
to the Post Office in early No-
vember.
La-t week when I stood in the
same Post Office. I looked at the
same package. It had gone all the
way to Moscow. There, someone
had taken a knife and neatly cut
through the paper and the box. :
They lifted the cover to see in, \
pasted a white sticker marked j
"Refused on top and sent the t
package back to America.
I walked out feeling the sad-
ness of hopelessness as the Iron ;
Curtain slammed shut in front of i
me. Suddenly. I understood from |
this small incident the largei i
frustrations of reaching out and |
the ensuing rejections that leave ,
this world teetering on a tight
rope.
It wasn't the b inks, it was the
people. Stan and I are non-
Communists who became friend-
ly with a Soviet citizen and the ,
communication could not be al- j
lowed continue. This kind of
people-to-people expansion is dan-
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Miami. Florida, Friday. June 21. 1968
Charles Hertzoff Is
New JVS President
Charles Hertzoff (riqht). new president of the Jewish Vocation-
al Service, accepts the aavel hem outqoin'-i president Rep.
Marshall S Harris durinq recent iistailaiion ceremonies.
Religious Schools Rated
In Bureau Test Study
ty-eiyht schools served b> the
pater Miami Bureau of Jewish
Education were asked this week to
altiate their academic achieve
i Ms for the past year In tin light
. I) completed test studies by
Bureau
Resulti of tome 5,428 tests given
JO schools have been compiled
IBM computer equipment pro
i by the Dad.' County School
I ard. These figures provided
mmunity norms for sis areas "i
SO Jewish Cadets
Commissioned
Service Academies
NEW YORK tJTA) Thirty
.w h cadets received officer's
missions at five United States
.vice academies holding i a lu
. n exercise'
By
National Jewish Well
.ard said that the is Naval
: mj .it Ai napolis Md had
largest number ol Jewish
iates tin year It commis
.c 12 .i> ensigns
The U s. Air Force lcadem> al
lorado Springs, Colo and the
- Military Academy .it West
i ummi ssioned -even and six
*ish graduates respectively as
lieutenants
Coast Guard Academy at
u London, Con i graduated two
.\ish i nsigns while the l S Mer.
Marine Academj at Kings
N v commissioned three
Naval Reserve
studj which represent the major
areas ol teaching In Jewish schools
in South Florida
Phe areas stud) of Hebrew,
prayer-. Bible, customs and cere-
monies, Je i h history and Zionism
and the Stale of Israel were
evaluated by the Bureau in 12 sep-
arati tests involving 3.otto students
in Jewish schools of Greater Miami
and Hollywood.
Albert E. Ossip, president ot the
Bureau, said achievement levels
during the past years were main-
tained in most areas o< study. Im-
provement was noted in the study
of Hebrew in grades 5 and 6, with
some improvement ir the study of
modern Jewish history and cus-
toms and cerempm'**-
Achievement declines were re
ported in Hebrew in grade 4 and
the stud> oi Genesis in grades 3
and -t
Louis Schw ai i r.man, executi\ e
lirector oi the Bureau, said that
member schools are expected to
institute changes indicated by, the
Charles Hertzoff, long-time Mi-
amian and active Jewish com-
munal leader, has been elected
president Of the Jewish Vocational
Service. He succeeds state Rep.
Marshall s Harris
\ member of the JVS board of
directors since 1959. Mr. Hertzoff.
a certified public accountant, has
also served as treasurer and vice
president of the agency.
Active in the Accountants Di-
vision of the Combined Jewish
Appeal and the United Fund, Mr
Hertzoff has served a- a director
of the Baron de Hirsch Fund and
of Temple Judea
Also elected to office with Mr.
Hertzoff were William .1. Baros.
Jr., Andrew A Geller. Abel Holtz
and S. Ronald Pallot, vice presi-
dents: Stuart Rothchild. treasurer;
Allan P. Wilson, assistant treasur
er: Ronald 1- Albert secretary,
and Marvin 1 Wiener, assistant
secretary.
Elected to the board ol directors
lor three-year terms were Barney
Bernstein. Mr. Harris. Marvin G.
Isaacson, Sam Luby, Jr., Judge
Sidney Kfron.-on. Mr. Hertzoff.
Mrs. Sidney Lewis, Sam Stark and
Mr. Wilson.
Four members were elected to
fill unexpired board vacancies.
They are Tom Brandci.-. Charles
Cans. Steven Carner and David
Silver
Dr. Michael Goodman i> execu-
tive director of the Jewish Voca-
tional Service, a beneficiary agen-
cy ol the United Fund and the
Greater Miami Jewish Federation.
which offers vocational counseling
services.
Governors Elected
For Greater Mia mi
Commerce Group
Twenty-four leading s .-
ida business executives hav< bt-**n
elected to the board ol -
of the new Greater Miami i r
of Commerce, the succi-----' i-
ization to the Miami-Dadt I /
chamber of Commerce
Serving on the board wil l-
ney D. Ansin. William C I '-
Harry Hood Bassett. Fred I I '
hips. Maurice Ferre. Robeil H,
Fite. Samuel L. Higgintcitom,
lames L. Kni-ht. Robert Ml I
Also L Allen Morn-. WH I <
Paul Jr., W.O. Berry. A. M I ,
William F. Raven, Frank Sn itlt
I is Jr.. Dr. Henry Kin. Stl I,
Charles II. Topmiller. RoteH I..
Turchin, Leonard l-ina. i
W. Waldorf. Thomas C. Wast i,
Joseph Weintraub, Mitchell Wolf'
-on and Sonnv Wright.
-u:\e> tor the 1968-89 school year.
Herbert Zvi Berger, associate di
rccloi administered thi te-t pro-
gram under the general sup< r\ is
.....; Mr Schw ai tzman
Senior Ifitizens Club
The Florida Senior Citizens Club
No .' will meet at I III) p m. Moil-
laj al the Washington Federal
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Miami Beach, and will hold a pub
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*, imisli fkridHrirr
Paqe 3-B
JWV Florida Meet
To Hear Sen. Shevin

Stati Sen. Robert L Shevin of
Dade t intjr will bv the principal
,k< at the annual state conven
m Jewish War Veterani
ind Auxiliary at the Barcelona
Hotel. Miami Beach, this weekend
Hi' wit address the delegate! at
. Commander*! Banquet Satur
. i". ing
hail -'I" of the Florida legisla.
, lerim Committee on Itanizet Crime and Law Enforce-
ment, Sen. Shevin will review the
ent tivities of this committee
tig Department of Florida
I immander James Stern of Miami
II h, honored at the banquet, to
pn ded by a cocktail part)
. ii ,'..iii)ii w ill be given by
Bryan J Walsh of Sts
peter i Paul Catholic Church.
in [red Waxman of Temple
; in w pronounce the benedic
Pabbi Alexander S. Gross,
jrinciKil oi the Hebrew Aca-
demv of Greater Miami, pre-
sents the annual Jewish Flo-
ridiar. Journalism Award to
:nis v ear's winner. Florence
? hhr.sky. dauqhter of Rabbi
nd Mrs. Milton Schlinskv.
tion at the banquet.
Former national commander of
the Jewish War Veterans Daniel
Meal Heller is banquet chairman,
with Arthur Selevan serving as co-
chairman
During an all-day business ses-
sion on Sunday, the delegates will
consider resolutions on U.S. sup-
port of Israel, combat pay for
members of the armed forces and
on extremists as candidates for
public office.
Addressing the convention dele-
gates on Sunday will be national
judge advocate Paul Ribner of
Pennsylvania, and Charles Peurei
sen Ol New Jerssey. chairman of
the Foreign Affairs Committee, the
announced candidates for the of
me cit National Commander, to be
idled during the National JWV
Convention, set for the Diplomat
Hotel in August
Convention delegates will inter-
rupt the Sunday business session
at 10:30 to journey to Hollywood
for memorial services. Prayers
will be read at the grave of Past
Department Commander Victor B.
Freedman for all those who have
lost their lives in the nation's wars
A monument honoring the memory
of the former JWV leader will be
unveiled.
The convention opens on Friday
rt'ith Sabbath evening services at
3 p.m.. when Rabbi Waxman will
officiate. Following the services.
>ffici.il Israeli films will be pre-
sented, showing the Six-Day War
last June between Israel and its
neighbors, as well as the JWV con-
vocation in Israel in February.
The highlight of the state Auxil-
iarj convention will be the Presi-
dent's Luncheon on Saturday, in
T Day Camps To Open Next Week
SIN. ROBERT t. SHtVIN
honor oi Mrs. Nat Brown ol Miami
Beach.
The cochairman ol the conven-
tion are Ralph Rosofsky, national
adjutant, and Mrs Meyer Cohen,
senior vice president of the state
Auxiliary
Senior Citizens Set Picnic
A picnic, originally scheduled
by the Senior Citizens Friendship
Club of the North County YMIIA
for June 4 and postponed because
of had weather, has been set for
neon Tuesday at Bakers Haulover
Shelter No 1.
Burton Parker, director producer
of the Studio M Playhouse, will
again be the dramatic instructor
lor the six summer "supercamps"
at the YM-YWHA oi Greater Mi-
ami, it was announced by Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Mallah. cochairmen
->! the Summer Day Camp Com
mittee.
Mr Parker, whose special pro-
ductions have been a highlight Oi
the YMIIA day camps, has taught
dramatics at the Miami Conserva-
'or>. Coconut Grove Workshop and
Studio Ms Storybook Children's
Theater.
The Y sponsors separate camps
for 3la to 4'j year old boys and
'.iris from 9 a.m. till 12 noon on a
live day a week basis: for 4>j to
5j year old boys and girls and for
kindergarten through third grade
boys and girls on a full day basis
A special Camp Adventure" for
boys and girls in the 4th through
6th grades will have special op-
tional activities such as horseback
riding, bowling, cookouts and trips.
There are two 4-week period-
for the YMHA Day Camps. June
24-July 19 and July 22-Aug. 16.
Ira J Stelnmetz, program direc-
tor of the Y. will be supervising
the activities Of the Supercamps
Merv Levin, educator and camp
r, .main will be the adminis-
tram? [or the Day Camps. I'nit
heads will be Dr. Joel lleyman
and Elayne Cohen
Masonic War Veterans
The Masonic War Veterans of
the State of Florida. Miami Beach
Post, will hold its next meeting at
8 p.m. Friday at the Washington
Federal Auditorium 1133 Norman-
dy Dr.. Miami Beach.
Meeting On Vets' Rights
A panel Of experts will answer
questions for veterans on the G.I.
Bill of Rights at the Harvey W.
Seeds Post, American Legion, at
7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the post's
headquarters. 6415 NF 7th Ave.
.
The Family of the late
LOUIS
LONDON
wish to thank
those who expressed their
sympathy in so
many practical ways
during our recent
bereavement.
MRS. MARION LONDON
and Family.

SIMCHAS
In Israel
It's a visit to the City of David and
Solomon 1 [ere through Damascus
Gate Jewish people pass freely to the
most venerated sites of their Biblical
heritage, now under their own
government tor the first time in over
2,000 years. Above, a vendor of tamar
hindi (.oriental drink) is being
photographed.
And here it's Yuban Coffee
Flavor so rich and gorgeous, 1 uban
Coffee is like a delicious dessert at
breakfast, lunch or dinner time...
every cup a happy occasion, a
Simcha in itself!
Costs a little more. So good it has to.
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Oi"n- The Faithful < ity. City of I ruth.
Clt} of Righteousness. Knyal lli.nl, m
Crown r Beauty, i in Joy of the
Whole Earth. Tender, rhapsodic, pas-
sionatc and mystical an- Hie endear*
mcnls lavished h> Israel's prophets
and I'", i- upon nhal is perhaps the
best lined, most yearned for. most dis-
puted, most dreamed of and most
prayed for cit) in all of histOT) an old
old dtj that was already old when
Datid made il his eapilal some three
i in ml.i mi years ago,
"// / forget thee, O Jerusalem." wijr
the Psalmist, "let my right hand for-
gt i ii\ cunning. Let my tongue cleave
i(i the rout oj my "ninth it I remember
thee not, it I set not Jerusalem above
my chiefesi fo)
{jbe ill -. remember, lor two thousand years
the> re weathered. v\ ith a passion that
in ur waned and that time in fact in-
tensified, with a faithfulness without
parallel. beyond reason and beyond be-
lief, they remembered Jerusalem. At
every wedding, tfcej remembered. At
every festival. At every festivity. Like
an incandescent thread the memory of
Israel's ancient capital ruits through our
liturgy. through our literature, through
our lives.
"0 thou afflicted, tossed with tempest
ami not comforted, behold I will tet
thy ttonei in fair colors," promised
Isaiah, "ami lay thy foundations iih
sapphires. I will nuke thy pinnacles of
rubles ami thy gales of gems. Ami all
thy borders of precious stones. 4nJ
great mall be the peace of thy children "
1 got precious slimes hut peace ill be
the Holy City's finest ornament. Now.
more than ever before, it is important
to "pray for the peace of Jerusalem."
(I)iuii prompted Billy Rose to present
his great sculpture collection w> the
National Museum of Israel in Jeru-
salem?"! decided to give it to Israel."
he reasoned, "because il is hungrier
lot culture than any other country in
the world Isn'l thai a good reason '
\Jf course row family is hungry foi
culture, too. Bui comes dinner time,
they're hungry for other thingsas well
(lime, dinner lime, they're sure to
appreciate .i colorful culinary work
I'!'.Ill like lllls
CHILI MEXICALI
I 2 cup Planters Oil
:'ped onions
2 cloves garhr. finely chopped
. '.round beel I
1 can Italian plum1
' i nip chopped Planters Cocktail Pea
blespoons tomato paste
2-3 tablespoons chih powder
] tbsp salt 1 Isd cumin see
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up Planters Cocktail Peanuts
up chopped parsley .
Hot cooked rice
Measure Planters Oil Into large pan. Vdd
onion and garlic: saute until tender. \dd
ground beef and brown lightly. Stb in
tomatoes, j can chopped Plaaten Cock"
l.iil Peanut*, tomato paste, chili ponder,
salt, nimbi seed and lint pepper sauce
Simmer uniil sauce is thick, about .VI to
3S minutes. Stir in j cup eoarset) chopped
Planters Cocktail Peanuts and chopped
parsley. Serve over hot cooked rice ... to
tight or tea cuiihaicd beefeaters.
C_ihop|vci.l beef and fried onions to
"cure" a cold? Ii may surprise you to
know thai tins is nisi what the doc-
tors ordered- the doctors, it must
hastily he added, in eighth century
Padua, Italy. I don'i know how their
patients fared but youi family will
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Culture Program Sol
By Cedars Auxiiiar\
if Lebanon Hospital ha>
tabliih i a new ci itui al
in-, a ri annual .-ir: -hew tea
ring the works of local painters.
rhe project is directed and co
*ist>rho4>d To
Install Officers
Mr-. M.irtv Mar'm will he in-
led a- pres'dent of Beth M '-he
ongregation Sisterhood at 8 p.m.
londay in the Popiel Social Hall
the >yna;:oaue.
} ahbi David Rosenfeld. sp
ader of the congregation, w 1!
harge the new officers an>l Mrs.
Arthur J. Brown, president of the
lorida Branch of the National
- League, will be the in
ailing officer.
l.eltoy BoroiNky. e.mgrepation
res dent, will provide background
ano mu-ic. and Cantor Ben Zion
iraum will be the soloist.
Other officers who will be to-
talled with Mrs. Martin include
Mr-. Samuel Bt-rknwitz. cultural
..< president; Mrs. Arthur Letts.
tllowship vice president: Mrs. Mil.
on Schwersky. ways and means
.ice president; Mrs Kichard First.
youth vice president: Mrs. Hubert
Hairis, financial secretary: Mrs.
Bernard Jackson, treasurer; Mrs.
Max He ken. recording secretary;
nil Mrs Joseph Rock, correspond-
. teen tary.
:; I ir- Al K
md was inaugurated "for I
J"" [visitors patie its and
' i1' d staff," .. < Til:!,^ i S K
Ironste i, exi tit vici pn
.)t Cedars,
Mrs Eugene Komrad, cha
art committee, i> :. ,
artisl having si
Aew Yom I nivi rsity, then with
Prof, Joseph r .. Si cca ..t the
niversitj of Tampa, she has
aught and exhibited in Tokyo,
lapan, and is currently working
n illustration* for a children's
-'k to be published in December.
Vl -' whOSi works are ii~pla> -
d include Mrs. Komrad. In- i. ch,
i I Schlazer, Mrs Gwen
3amse, Jane Freeman, and Mar-
hall Smth. Some 50 paintings are
n display in the visitors' main
:"ioor lobby, waiting areas on all
iix floors, hallways, cafeteria and
i.n i:.; room.
A- il ting Mr- K >mrad are Mrs.
Benjamin Oren. Mrs. Norman El-
on. Mrs. Byron Sparber. Mrs.
larry Horwich. a:id Mrs. Leonard
Steiner. Administrative advisor to
he arts committee is Raymond
Irossman. assistant ho-pital ad-
ninistrator.
Bowlers Contribiitr
The South Dade Divisio .1
ng League has made ., ;
tion ci $1,320 to the V
oi .1 -;! Womi i 'i
Mrs !
ler, presi em | the Great. '" i
i i ol the Council
lal Leagui '..'. ir I i
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nunitj and overseas
An exhibit of soo'.hinq art" is installed at Cedars of Lebanon
nosp^ai :cr the enjoyment of victors, patients and staff,
bnown checKina the cataloquo cf entries are (from left):
Mis. Noiman Lison. Mrs. Euqene Kcmrcd, chairman of the
."..-. committee, and Mis. Leonard Steiner.
Linda Shapiro Is
Southeast Science
Award Winner
B'nai Raphael Sisterhocc
A buffet s ipper oi tin-
'. !!() ol the C ngregati
Sisti rhood was I o
led at 7:30 pm Thursci.
home of Mrs Alex Jaret v
!83rd St., recently Installi i r-
hood president
The board will also meei < .0
p.m. Thurxla\. .tune 27 at a-
gregation.
*AX RATNER oi Cleveland has
>een elected president of the
imerican-Iaraeli Chamber of Com.
nerce and Indtisr;^.
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Linda Shapiro, daughter of Mr
and Mr-. Lee Shapiro. 6471 SW
22nd St.. this week was named
1968 Southeast Regional winner in
the Ford-Future Scientists of Amer-
ica Award program.
Her school.
West .Miami Jr.
High, and her
science teacher.
Marvin Mack,
were also hon-
ored because of
t h e excellence
of her work.
lin4aSh.,ir. ,"er P"**
w titled "Ortho-
Keratologycorrecting Refractive
Errors of the Cornea by the Use
if Contact Lenses" was begun last
summer under the supervision of
Dr. Sanford Ziff of Dadeland. The
Southeast Region is one of twelve
n the nati n.
Additional distinction came to
Linda at her school's honor assem-
bly when -he was nameil West
Miami Junior High's top Science
jini lent
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Rep. Dante Fascell To Address B.B. Rally
WILL TMER OR WON'T THERE BE?
It. and Mr- I.e-lie Bukstel really didn't know
whether they were goinjj to have their planned
party that niaht or not. Was the hurricane com
ing or not? The rain pelted and the wind blew!
But the terrible weather didn't put a damper on
the pany The hardy folks came anyway to the
party which >\a- in honor of Rita's parents.
Maxwell and Bea Hyman. who were celebrating
'heir 45th wedding anniversary.
A gorgeous big sheel cake gave all the perti-
nent facts In the middle was, "Happj Annivei
sarj to Bea and Maxwell." In the lower right
hand corner, Happy Birthday, Bea." and in the
! corner, Happy 16th Anniversary, Juliet
Lieber The whole Buksti famil\ put on
Rita sang "if l love you." Leslie sang,
too, but he i- Strictly a ham and doesn't have the
exq ite volet thai Rita does Daughter Ellen
id the piano and guitar and eight-year-old
i,. i. played the two pieces he had just learned
on the piano Lee, the oldest, couldn't do much
besides sending his best wishes from the L'niver
sity of Florida He should be home b> now to
give his grandparents belated good wishes
Among the guests who braved the storm (how
> can \ i : were Mr and Mrs Irvin i
Ellis, Mr and Mrs Harry Carlton, Mr. and Mrs
Meisel. Mr .md Mrs Herbert Abrams, Mr
and Mis. Louis Adler, Mr and Mrs. Harry Chal
fin, Mr. and Mrs, Cyril Lewis and Mr and Mrs.
Jack Brantman
THE FLYING NURSE
There are "Flying Saucers", "Flying Nuns"
and now theie ;- a "Flying Nurse'' Helen R.
Shevach is the one An overnight plane trip ti>
Iran ifer patient from Mt. Sinai in Miami to
tit v nai in New York turned into an eight
day spree Shi \\.\A a grand time seeing friends
and family. She visited with lone time friends of
the family, the delightful TV personality Sam
Levenson and his wife and daughter Emily The
whole family takes great pride in Sam's best
seller. "Everything But Money", which has just
come out in paper-back editions. The end of
June "The Flying Nurse' will again speed off
This time to Savannah, (ia lo help her son Allen
and in- wife l.i/ celebrate the first birthdaj of
Allen Brooks Shevach, Jr.
LUCKY JUDY
l! isn't exactl) Luck) Judy. It was Judy Luck
whose dad and mother. Manuel and Carolyn
Luck had a reception at their new home on Lake-
view Dnve in honor of her confirmation Her
two brothers, big brother Joey, home from Whar-
t"ii anl little brother Georgie wen might) proud
ol their sister The rain came down in torrents
and the guests were whisked into the house
under huge linmhrolla- Cafe tables were bl In
yellow flower and candle centerpieces dotted the
big Florida room An accordianist drowned out
the everlasting rain.
All the in town family were there, the
Morris (Sidneys, the Sandford Kramers, and Mrs.
Hetty Fine-old
Other guests, included Mr and Mrs Stanley
Perlman, Mr, and Mrs. Joe Gorenstein, Mr, and
Mrs. Julian Benjamin. Mr. and Mrs Marvin
Brown, Mr. and Mrs Nat Beckman, Mr and Mrs.
Ken Hirshey, Mr and Mrs. Henry Morris. Mr.
and Mrs Ed Denison, Dr and Mrs. Lewis Gluec-
kauf, Mr. and Mrs. lrv Chait, Mr and Mrs Irv-
in- Melker. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rindley and
Mr and Mrs Donald Barmack. Judy and the
ncwhouse both deserved the attention that they
were getting
Frances Lehman
Congressman Dante B. Fascell
will be the main speaker at the
Miami Beach B'nai B'rith rally,
at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, July 3.
at the Miami Beach Auditorium.
Mr. Fascell has been a member
of Congress since November 1954
and has served on important com-
mittee- such as Foreign Affairs
and House Government Operations.
at 7:30 p.m. The concert will in-
clude a varied selection of musical
favorites. Vocal -elections will be
rendered b) Judith Robinson, so-
nrano. Joan Storr. contralto, and
Gregg Isaac-, tenor Accompanist
tvill be I.ina Maddaford.
The program is sponsored as a
community service b) Chase Fed
eral Savings and Loan Association
Vdmission is free and gifts will be
distributed at the conclusion ol the
ram
KCP. DANK FASCfU
He i- also a life member of the
Miami Junior Chamber ol Com
merce and of Miami Young Demo
viatic Club. He served in the Flor-
da Legislature and was voted an
illtstanding representative.
Another feature of the patriotic*
rally will he the musical program
by the Barnett Breeskin Orches-
ta Conductor Breeskin will begin
I"- snccial Patriotic Day concert
CAMP AVIR, Beth Moshe Congre-
gation's summer day camp, will
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Sunday
UNiK.IIMIIOOl
(7 to 12 Grades)
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Credit make-up classes
Individual Instruction
English and reading
improvement
Tutoring in all subjects
Hours may be arranged
Casual dress
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Beth Torah Youth In Camp Programs
vi i nteen Beth 'l irah Con i
n y,.i;:hs will .lend (amp Ra
three will be man. to
imp USY this summer a- mem-
, its of the lai.' si delegation of
mpers from am synagogue In
e Southeast region of the United
St ite-.
Camp Ramah is the Hebrew-
- pairing camp of the Conservative
ovement and has six different
. tes throughout the United States
d Canada.
Campers who will he attending
Ramah at Glen Spo>. NY.
elude Mark Berger. Stephen
: londe, Diana Doner. Sharon Don
Helise Dubnick. Neil Einleger.
[i mna Hess. Louis Solomon. Mar
Sector and Wayne Spector.
Jerry Cohen and Abbe Mandel
ill he yoing to the Ramah at the
- and Mark Greenspan
. 11 attend the Canadian Ramah.
here Abraham .' Gittelson, edu-
i tional director of Beth Torah
1 ngregation, will be serving as
d rector of education. Andy San l
r will be participating in the
l; imafa Israel tour
Attending Camp USY will be
Ulan Karp. lain Burrow- and
* alei e Doner l'a\ id Mandel will
be sen ing on the staff ol the
Camp
In addition, Beth Torah student-
will 1m- attending (amp Judea in
North Carolina and the leadership
training camp of the Younu Judea
movement, Tel Yehudah, in Barry
ville, NY. while others will be
participating in tours to Israel and
going on the Bai Mitzvah pil-
grimage
Free Sons Of Israel
Will Install Officers
Miami Beach Mayor JayDermer
will be the guest speaker at an in-
stallation meeting of the Greater
Miami Lodge of the Free Son- of
Israel to be held at 8:30 p.m.
Thursday, .lime 27 at the Washing-
ton Federal Auditorium. 1133 Nor
mandj Dr Miami Beach.
Harry Levy, district deputj for
Florida, will install the new -late.
THE HEBREW ACADEMY ANNOUNCES
THAT REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN...
NURSERY KINDERGARTEN .. ELEMENTARY ... JUNIOR HIGH & SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
JOSEPH MEYERHOFF has been
elected president of PEC Israel
Economic Corporation.
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Friday, "one 21. 1968

Wwa dmmerman
Is Engaged To
Richard Essen
Mr- Martin If. Am-
83 NF. 109th St. Miami
-.ounce the engagement
lighter. Laura Barbara,
Joel Essen, son of Mr
3n Essen, of 5101 Col-
Miami Beach
re bride is an iccount-
. attended the Unh n-
nl and Long Island I'm
i graduated from the
Instil v ii Vccounting
:"k <'.;. She
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ciation
Mr
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to Kiel .
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tending e Universitj of Miami
Law .< !. la listed in Who's Who
in Ami .n Colli its and Univer-
sities, u member of Iron Arrow.
ind is pa-- president ol Phi and Essen
Mpha a Legal Fraternity.
He is former t ssistant State's
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Linda Aronoff.
Edward Salomon
ire Engaged
Mrs. Albert M. Aronoff of West
Hazleton. Pa., announce- the en-
gagement of her daughter. Linda
Taula. to Edward M. Salomon ML
son of Mr. and Mrs Edward M
Salomon II. 7305 SW 140th Ter .
Miami.
A graduate of West Hazleton
High School, Miss Aronoff is cur-
rentlj ed as a legal secre
tarj in Miami Shi the house
uesi ol Mr ind Mr- i i. Wexler
24o! Brickell Ave
Mr Salomon is a aduate of
Coral Gables Senior Huh School
ind Miami-Dade Junior Collegi
The couple plans an early Sep-
'ember wedding
Sherry ISissel.
Edward Weitz
Are Engaged
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nissel. 2431
SW 18:h St.. announce the engage
ment of their daughter. Sherry
Helene. to Edward Michael Weitz,
son of Mr. and Mrs William Weitz.
4800 Millcrest l.n Hollywood.
The bride-elecl attends the Uni-
versity of South Florida in Tampa
Mr. Weitz attended the I'niver
sity of Miami and is currently
serving in the United states Army
M/SS LAURA AMMWMAN
Utorney in Dade Count]
. -arlner in the law firm : i:--,-r
The wedding
: Sept 7.
IS being planned
Judith Klein's Engagement Told
Mr an Mrs Joseph Klein. 1335
Cortez S* Coral Gables, announce
the eniii.ement of their daughter.
Judith :'. ra. to Todd Bryant, son
of Mr. a A Mrs. Victor Bryant, of
Los OLv -. Calif.
Miss Klein, who attended Coral
Gables -iigh School, graduated
from tv Uni\ersity of Maryland,
where she majored in psychology,
x member of the modern dance
club am: of Phi Sigma Sigma so-
cial sorority, she is a movement
.dancoi :".erapi-t jt Mt. Zion Hos-
pital *: at fh- San Francisco
Family :ierapy Center
Mr. Bryant, '> attended San
Francis*: State College, where he
Studied Mm and 'elevision. is an
associate at tb* San Francisco
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Merle Freidin
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jnnounce the engagement of their
laughter. Merle, to Martin Dunne.
son of Mrs. Mildred Dunne. 7028
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tend- the l'niversity of Alabama.
The future bridegroom attended
rhe l'niversity of Miami and is a
student at Emory School of Den-
tistry in Atlanta. Ga.
AlfSS IU0ITH Klf/N
B.B. Sunshine Unit
To Hold Card Party
The Sunshine Chapter. B'nai
B'rith Women, will hold a card and
dessert party at noon Tuesday, at
Wa-hington Federal Auditorium.
699 N'E 167th St.. North Miami
Beach.
The committee in charge in-
cludes Mr- y orris Bernsr,>in. pres.
i|-nt. and Mesdames Ada Ritt.
!.--.- Me:-: r. Rose Mandell Mar-
laret Levy, Marc) Schechter.
Fanny 0 hen, Bertha Mandelbaum
Mrs Vetta Stearns, ticket
chairman
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MISS BARBARA lAfflt
Bar hard :\. Jaffee,
Allan B. Carmel
Engaged To Wed
The engagement of Barbara
Natalie .laffee to Allan Burton
Carmel has been announced by
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel J. Jaffee. ,
1755 Calais Dr.. Miami Beach,
parents of the bride-elect. The fu-
ture bridegroom is the son of Mr
and Mrs. William Carmel. of 326
83rd St.. Miami Beach.
A graduate of Miami Beach
Senior High School who received a
degree in Dental Hygiene from
Temple l'niversity. Miss Jaffee is
I currently working as a dental hy-
1 gienist. She is a member of the
j Dental Hygienists Association.
Her fiance, a graduate of Miami
MISS SHtKKY NISStL
Beach Senior High, has a B.S. de-
gree from the University of Miami,
and a degree in Pharmacy from
the University of Florida. He is
currently the pharmacist-manager
of Doctors Apothecary in North
Miami. Mr. Carmel was president
of the Rho Pi Phi Pharmaceutical
Fraternity and vice president of
the Miami Beach Jaycees.
A September wedding is beinif
planned.
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80 Acres Bordering Everglades
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4300 An Acre. Total Price 524,000
lots in North f lndm on
County Road. $500 Each.
TOM MttMAT, BftMR
18MS.W. 1st Street
Pbon* 371-3779
POCKET TOY POODLES
Platinum Male t Femole
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"h to announce the opening of our new Mjami office*
at
Dupont Plaza Center, 300 Biscayne Boulevard Way
Suite 704 Miami, Fla. 33131 Ph. 377-9680
If you are thinking of buying or selling a business
consult us first.
We have clients with $50,000 to S500.000 looking for
established businesses, or with good future potential
SELLING HOME OR DUPLEX???
NOW ALL CASH REGARDLESS OF
COM.IrOI 01 WORTfltE IllMCC FU IF INI
PATMENTS ME IOI M
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HURRy CAU NOW 751-3812
MI'S REALTY 12773 N I 7th AVI
____*S NOW ALL CASH $$
New Wesiinghouse
CLOTHING CARE CENTERS
FRANCHISES
PRIME LOCATIONS NEW SHOPPING CENTERS IN:
Mi.rrn o Hollywood
Ft. Lauderdale o pa|m Beoch
Net 35%-40% on investment
Cosh required Si 5 000 to $20,000
M & M Associates, Inc.
2991 N.E. 6th A.e. wi(ton ,*,, orida
Write or call: Miami 759-9688
or
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*Jtniti Fhridian
Paqe 1 IB
SKYLAKE 6 BEDROOMS
This outstanding custom hobc en
overs tiyti lot. Huge family room.
4 baths. Lovely Screened Pool. High-
land Oaks School. Immediate
Occupancy. $79 000.
CWEN MARGOUS MAUOR
Phone 949-4541
TAX SHELTER
EARN S22,000
I HAVE A URGE SELECTION
Of MODERN FURNISHED HOMES
AND APTS. FOR SALE OR RENT.
24 HOUR SERVICE
"CALL" Registered Broker
SALEM ROBINSON
9430 S.W. 15th STREET
Phone 226-0727
ESTIMATED cash flow after all
operating expenses including in-
terest amortiiation. vacancy al-
lowance and professional manage-
ment fee
LOSE $25,000
ESTIMATED via depreciation to
apply against your regular income.
We will manage property
$200,000 CASH
BUYS 7 story luxury apt house in
excellent location Details in per-
son. Call for appointment.
Property Managers & Consultants
8101 Bisc. Blvd. 751-6561
NORTH-WEST
MIAMI HOME
2 BEDROOM
Paneled Den or 3rd Bedroom
3 air-conditioners. Awnings, Fence
Part or Unfurnished
Immediate Occupancy, Low Taxes
4' xistino Mortgage No Brokers
411 N.W. IJ6 afreet
Call 621-3421 681-4006
For Appontment
LOVELY NORTHEAST
M'AMI HOME
St. Rose of Lima across the street
from 515 N.E. 107 St. County taxes
only. Large 4 bedroom, 5 bath on
lot 100'x187* a den 20'x21* with
front st. entrance which can be
used as professional office. Extra
large screened patio, laundry room
16*x1V Fla. room. 18"x12' Hot water
heat oil fired boiler. Chilled water
air conditioner system, carpeted,
mtural birch trim throughout.
Closets galore, sprinkler system,
fenced and many more features.
$50,000 firm. Owner can arrange
$40,000 first mortgage.
JACK KNAP 757-2774
Shown By Appointment Only
; MOTEL $40,000 DOWN <
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SI 50 000 {
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\ 5 Bedroom 3 bath, 2 car garotjp.
' Beautiful Dade Jr. College, Beauti-
, ful South Campus area. Ideal for
* larqe family. Cash and trade.
FARA REALTY, BROKER
, Oceanfront hotels, motels our
* speciality. Call Frances Von Hagcn '
? Associates 531-3459. <
CVPEN CO. INC REALTORS
Phone 534-4671
HOILYWOOD HILLS
12-2 BEDROOM Apts.. oversized
units central air.neat, separate tir-
port and screen patio, deluxe build-
ing, $40,000 down.
HOLLYWOOD BEACH
PRETTY and profitable, court-
vle 'O uni Ant. building, gross-
ing over $50,000 annually, patio
pool, Sundeck i/a block to ocean.
Knee $I75AW>
HOLLYWOOD DOWNTOWN
CUSTOM 3 unit building contain-
ing very large 1 and 2 bedroom
units oversized rooms, 80' lot.
rocm for *xp.ins'On hardwood floors
best of construction. Must be seen
to apprec-'.i'i- $SR $nn
WE HAVE OTHERS
HANNAN REALTY INC
REALTORS 945-5151
9601 BIRD ROAD
Phone 226-4221
A BEAUTY
SUPERB 4 bedroom 3 bath. De-
luxe Rancher on 2 acre estate,
near University of Miami. Price
555,000. Don't miss this beauty!
For details call Mr. Crocker. Res.
817-8430.
KEYES CO. 43rd YEAR
REALTORS
357 Miracle Mile 443-7423
INTRODUCING
TM FIRST FLOR'DA BUILDING
newest moil
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''. St near
stores banks, restaurants. Suites
n lor Oct. occur."
Tree Viycut and design service
Rents in, lud ut lilies, jan'tor ser-
vices Parking niore Call Phil
Delany. R A Fossey, Inc. Leasing
agents
'700 Red Road. South Miami
Phone 661 5303
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REALTOR DEALING IN
HOTELS
LAND
ACREAGE
APTS
KENNETH KARP
REAL ESTATE INC.
75 W. 49th STREET, HIALEAH
Phono B2M010
RENT FREE
PULLMANETTE APARTMENT
IN EXCHANGE FOR SERVICES
AS MANAGER IN 24 UNIT APT.
BUILDING
7610 BYRON AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
CALL 865-5854
80 ACRES
Near Homestead Aitport
SI ,750 per acre
Good Terms
EDR!S BREAUX, BROKER
65 N.W.9 St., Homestead
247-1781 oi 247-5959
roiiT
ST. .Mill's
2 LOTS
Free and Clear Valued at
$3,600
will take
$2,000 CASH
Phone 624-0243
1305 N W. 182nd St.. Miami. Fla.

NO. MIAMI BEACH HOME
Extra-Ordinary Value
Attractive corner 3 bedroom 2 bath,
garage, completely furn. Color and
black and white TV, near 163rd
shopping center, immediate
possession. $19,000.
300 N.E. 172 Street
CECILA M. BENNETT, BROKER
635-6807 or 945-2638
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HI RISE SITE
OFF BAYSH0RE DRIVE
COCONUT GROVE
285 X 100 STREET TO
STREET 445-5395
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CORAL GABLES HOME
DECORATORS DREAM
LUXURIOUSLY NEW
Home in very desirable location 3
Large bedrooms, 2 beautiful wall
papered baths. Huge separate liv-
ing and Florida rooms formal din-
ing room and 2 car garage. Dual
system. Central air and heat.
Charles De Camps Res. 443-8813.
ALLEN BROWN. REALTOR
Phone: 446-7616
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DRESS
SHOP
DUE TO ILLNESS, DESIGNER
OWNED AND OPERATED CUSTOM
MADE DRESS SHOP, EXCLUSIVE
LOCATION 11 YEA*S. SMALL
CASH DOWN
CALL ANYTIME BEFORE 5 P.M.
757-314?
Executive Location
DESIGNED FOR ENTERTAINING
CUSTOM BUILT Colonial by Har-
old Cowan. 3 extra Large bedrooms
3 marble and t.le baths. Family
room or 4th bedroom. Double door
foyer entry with 14' overhang^
Real traffic free living room. Eat
,n all formica kitchen plus Urge
formal dining room 2040 filtered
pool. Extra large screened patio
with 18' roofed overhang CSW
side entrance garage. Central heat
and a>r conditioning Choice corner
acre. In all Palmetto school dis-
trict A real buy In the high $60 s
Excellent terms Seller will take
back 6', long term first mortgage
No closing costs *"'"/ ''
you can afford. Call Mr Cane.
Sh" Realtor, 667-5603
KEYES CO. 43rd Year
BRAND NEW BEAUTY
8620 S.W. 103 STREET
CONTEMPORARY split bedroom ar-
rangement. 2 Acre, central air-
heat, 2,500 Sq. Ft., foyer entrance,
huge family room. Best buy in
Dadeland, under $30,000. Owner
broker 693-2631.
NOW LEASING
FURN UNFURN
1 or 2 Bedrooms. Spacious, modern
apts Swimming pool, tennis court,
putting green, shuffle board, boat
dock. 10 minutes to downtown.
BAY PARK TOWERS
Phone: 373-3104
CORAL GABLES HOME
For Sale By Owner
3655 Riviera Court
Newly decoratrd 3 Bedrooms,
2 Bath, large Sprinklered Lot
& Well. Minutes from Miracle
Mile. Convenient all Buses,
Schools, Youth Center & Library.
Central Heat, Split Air Conditioning.
BY APPONTMENT
358-'003
OPEN
BRAND NEW MODELS
SKYLAKE HOMES
BY ROSE GlEN
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
3 & 4 BED200M HOMES
N.E. 197 ST. 23 AVE.
BEN KRAV/TZ Salesman at Model.
WiN REALTY INC.
REALTOR
1127 N.E. 163rd St. 949-4228
RIVIERA CHAR/V.ER
Well Located 3 bedrooms 2 baths.
20x40 pool. Mortgage placet
Reduced S3,000. Walk to Ponce Jr.,
Sunset Elementary, Call Vicki Adair.
Helen R. Stratt, Realtor
Phone 667-:<638
WEST PALM BEACH
Duplex. CBS. 2 Bedroom
Each Side. Orif Side
Furnished. Other has Stove
& Refrigerator. $1,500 down.
$13,500 Total
MIAMI OWNER
Phone 443 0987
ONLY
$150
RENT
6 Lovely Room 2 Bedrooms,
1 Bath. Adults. No Pets
Southwest Duplex Apt.
See Owner
3690 S.W. 23 Terrace
NEW LISTING
This Charming 4 bedroom 2 bath
rancher is the ideal home. Traffic
free living room, large dining room,
family kitchen, 2 car garage, cen-
tryil air and heat, oversized screen,
ed family area. What a lovely
neighborhood.
CALL NOW $31,900
PALMETTO PROPERTIES
REALTOR
14331 S. Dixie Highway
Phone 235-7321
426 Alhambra Circle
3 BEDROOM, 3'-- BATH
2 CAR GARAGE
100x100' LOT
AND OTHER EXTRAS
WILL CONSIDER TRADE
Owner Call 446-7406
Will SHOW
OfFICE MACHINES STORE
Downtown For Sale, guaranteed
money maker, man and wife
owners, 18 years same location,
low overhead, have had earn-
ings growth every year. Call
evenings 379-4159.
123 DOUGLAS ROAD
DOCTORS SPACE
Available 5 Room Suite
AIR CONDITIONED
GOOD LEASE
PARKING FACILITIES
Phone: UN 6-4474
N. KENDALL &
SOUTH DIXIE
THE KENDIX BLDG. OFFERS
Choice Business or
Professional Office Space
Available Now
Call Owner 666-2526
ISLAND LIVING
Executive type furn.
1 Bedroom Apt. from now to Dec.
Picture Windows
Overlook Biscoyne Bay
Pool and Dockage
Sunmmer Rates
405 N. Hibiscus Drive
Hibiscus Island
Phone: 538-0230
DEPARTMENT STORE
13995 N.W. 7 Ave., North Miami
H.-s Available a few choice loca-
tions for rent.
Grocery, Produce, Butcher, Baker,
Delicatessen. Housewares. Paints,
Hardware. Uadies-Childrens Wear.
Beauty Aids, Supplies. Liquors
Call: 685-0931
Eves. 532-4947
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Business Opportunity
RESTAURANT FULLY
EQUIPPED
" Hours 7 A.M. 4 P.M.
$2,9*5.
Open to offers for cash or terms.
To Experienced Operator
6716 W. Flagler m
Phone 661-9355
SALE OR LEASE
THE TIMES BUILDING
364 SEVILLA, Coral Gables
Central Air Conditioned, alley de-
livery, unmetered parking, in the
heart of the GaHes. 24x95. Sole
S35.000, generous Terms.
See Alan Cross
1702 Ponce dc Leon
445-2539, or your Broker
LEMAR HOTEL
SURFSIDE
LOW RATES
1 and 2 BEDROOM
ALSO EFFCYS. V0 WEEK UP
9316 Collins Ave. 865-5444
WAY-LO HOME REPAIRS
FROM ROOF TO FOUNDATION
Also Wood and Asphalt Shingles
Phone: CA 1 6372
Large, Air Cond. or Fan.
Cook, Block Beach, Low Rates
$10 Week and Up
239 9th Street, Miami Beach
Phone 534-4744
Courteous Complete
24 Hour Service
LUA B. REED, Realtor
575 N.E. 125th Street
North Miami, Florida
Phone 751-1688
OCEAN FRONT
1900 Front ft Ocean A1A
and Indian River, Sacrifice at
$131.00 pi r front ft.
Jack Thomas Inc. Realtors
379-1631


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ELECTROLYSIS IS FAST
with
the
NEW
INSTANTRON
BARBARA WALSH
Mr. Roberts Beauty Salon
7291 Red Rood
By Appointment
Of'ce Residence
Brti^lA^-ge/
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665 7091
OIL PAINTINGS
$5 $125
O.3,nol Oils by W'-ll Known
Am-:ricri & European Artists. 100's
to cvose from. Buy from World's
Largest Art chain.
52 Gotferies Coast to Coast
Money Bulk if you can
Match our price!
SCHfRUf ART GAUfRT
1901 NE. 167 5t. 9444221
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631 COLLINS AVI.
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TIPPETT RADIO & TV
Color TV Specialists
Servicing All Mokes and Models
Coral Gables to Cutler Ridge
6024 S. Dixie Hwy. Hoi, %% p.,...
S. Miami, Fla.
666-0723
THE ONLY STERLING
SCULPTURED ALL AROUND
Of all the truly beautiful
sterling patterns, these are
favored by today's brides.
Coma in and see the uniqua
artistry of Wallace Third Di-
mension Beauty register
your choice now you'll
have more on your wedding,
A. Rose Point
B. Royal Rose
C. Gronde Baroque
SNIDER ANTIQUE
and GIFT SHOP
1175 71 $t Street
Miami Beach, Florida
Moil anl Phone
inquiries invited
305 866-5993

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ard .-. the iev< n:h grade
ii Palmetto Junior High School
in his. honor will be
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tmong _.ie-t a: the cele-
Drati m ^ill be Richards yrand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel
Stern, and many out-of-town rela-
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Arnold Moitoeriti a here has
finished th. --ler.rh grade, \rnold
attend- ke.j.ous Sch >! at
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FOR A LOVEItR YOU
Carousel Coiffures
Falls. Wigs. & Wiolets
OF THE FINEST QUALITY OF
HUMAN HAIR AT PRICES TO FIT
MADAME'S PURSE
Open Toes., Wed., :-
9 A.M. tc '.'
Sat & Sun 9 A '.< -c : : "
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Phone 226-7722
"It's Wedding Timer
FLOWERS
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BLOSSOM SHOP
(Merconfife Motional Sank Buildinj,
1616 Wasliin9ton Ave Miami Beach CAU Jt 2-322 I

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SHOE COMPANY
COMPLETE TREAD EASY LINE
SPECIALIZING IN C TO EEE
1330 N.I. 163 STREET
tOPP SHOWING CtNTia)
PHONE 945-7072
mom & rat. 10 AM to P.M
TUIS TMtU iAT. K> A M. TO 4 P.A>
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June 21.
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ME AMD MBS. NATHAN NASH
Sashes Celebrate
A Half Century
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Miami B''3ch. will ct'lo
their 50th uedriin.; anniver
S lav. Thej were married
n \> York Citj and came to
Beach fr :r. The Bronx.
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lion to their Miami Beach
the N'ashes maintain a
\ home w lie thej spent'
n ths each j
locall; : i their support
li brew I nit ersity of Jeru-
the American Tedmion So-
tbi Histadrut. the Hebrew
i >. the Jewish National
the Zionist Organization of
.. the Home tor the \
:..-.-. Pioneer Women an-i
the Nasbea presented a
I schoolchildren to a Tel
v. it V( shiva in Israel
' Robert Nash, -on of Selma
V ban. resides in Miami: s.>n
.- -took broker in New York
d son Mort> i in business
Trinidad. The Sashes have five
bildren and one great-grand
Dolphins Star h
Or Olom Guest

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rernpie Or Olom Brotl
he held S nday mornii
The Dolphins 1967 :i|ni h[r,h
ights will be shown b; Warren
with a question and an-uer period
to follow.
Al Glieberman is chairman of
he breakfast committee. Also
i serving on the c............. nn>
Ralph Fistel. George Freedman.
wax Horovitz. Wall., [.,.
'r hall Kleiman. Hilliard tiein
j *nny M.-rker. Leon I.efkou i,z.'
larvin Solomon and Arthur Roth.
Pace 13-B
Regency Club Weekend
''" ';..... will hold a
-ocktail p^ir-v and dance at 9 p m
f day at the Marco Pol Hotel
ollins Ave and 192nd Si and a
wktail partj at 5 p.m. Sunday .it
same hotel.
FUND RAISING TIME
is SOW at the
Wonderful World of
BANQUETS PARTIES
LUNCHEONS
MEETINGS
Fabulous Dining Facilities
Private Areas & Gardens
American it Canton&am
Menu at All Times
Authentic Native Show
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RESTAURANT and GAROENS
U* I JUS? SOI'" ot Gu'MHAMtit.
MIAMI S4S-64S7 BROWARO WA>-2lt
MORRIS & RUTH IERNER Cateri for A|| Octasion$
HARRY ZUCKERMAN EstoMished in 1945
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Famous
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PARKING MIAMI
FACLIT.ES BEACH
471 WASHINGTON Al
.VOW OPES 4 t*A\S i iVffh
Mrs, Georqe Grahctn (left'
quest cf honor ct a re-
luncheon ot the Alpha
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cresented with a life
n.ern.2ershiD bv Mrs. Paul
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KOSHER CATERERS
Under Rabbinical Supervision
BAR WTZVAHS
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ISRAELI Restaurant
- Featuring the Famous
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/ of sui-imm ommrn
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4:30-9
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LIMIT ONE PER PERSON


Paqe 14-B
> If w i' # fh^ridictr
Friday. June 21, 1968
Deaths In
Greater Miami
REISMAN
4 ..(..<
. was Jun*. 13 SI
rn&dv her n Miami for il
- *
V; vrith her hat '

s -
Store p
m > u .i M Ian I and i>th< r i om-
-- Mr* K< Inman was
Of Kliiiin li
iU rn Star, ai
< nkenber She i> >urvi\ e-i I > hvi li U
L Ketnma n noi
' K* m ml .* datujphti:
Mrs. Pati Bpo tin* id
m -Ml. hi kin > rvlcei
;.r>i<>rt Ku eral Horn*
. In Mi N- i i j
JACOBS
Sarah. ". 1810 s\\ Av< past
-.I aWa) June 13 She v ..
t.t f..r th- pawl 31 years com.
Inn fr'.tr West I- i:. .. I hlr.ri.ln
lira Jacob* was a life member :
Hadassah member >( Wori
. "ir. |.- !'. it., li -......i' Miam he
Golden Ring nub nf M R and J<
,-h War Veteran* Auxlltai
active will Ish Home
f' .,f man) refugees in Ihe
r-ommunlt) Shi Iff survived b) '_'
-..ii- Joseph Jacob* of Atlanta Ob..
\l. \ Jacob* of Wash 11 i- :. dought -
erf Mrs. Doroth) Rose, Mrs Kathe-
rlne l.avton. Mrs Rvel) n \\ .
i Miami, Mm Henrietta Bell ol
Houston. Texas Mm Knit* Wacks-
: I > '' n brother Ma *
[I >n, 'in... :. grand
children, 14 great grandchildren
s. r\ Ices wen held at Gordon Fu ei
Homi
OSCAR RAPPAPORT
Oscar Rappaport.
Miami Attorney
Long-time resident and practic-
ing attornej Oscar Rappaport died
Thursday. June 13. He had made
his home here for 43 years and
was a graduate <>f the University
ol Florida
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS Hr.REHY ISIVKN that
thi ii iln d desiring
in bustm s* under '; u mi
II. iTEL BAVl >\ PI Z \ -
. i .. Drive, Mia mi Ueai I. I Hi n da
-. -;.i.l name with the
..f tli.. i rvull Court ..i I '...I.
i' unti Florida
BLBI HOTEL >RP< iRATU i.N
Si.I. in n<
ALBERT I y.E.MLofk
rney for Apt
" r. I:.- Building
Miami, Florida
6 14-21 .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY tHVE.N that
rli. undersigned, desiring '.- engage
hi bui* m .I." :h. fictitious name
of HAMPTON SMOKE SIMP al M7
In Road Miam Beach, Klorida
Intend* f. register -aid name wii
Clerk ..i Hi. Circuit Court nl
County. Klorida
li: INK 1-1:1:1:1.\i \\
GEORGE GILBERT
..1 Applicant
Suite !
Dm 1. t.. "In Bond Building
Miami !'... h FI01
, 1
1. ih<
n...1.
NEUHAUS. Herman K 70, 21 E
Ba) Harbor Dr., Klvemldc Chapel,
Interment, N-u Jet -. v
RUBENSTEIN. Samuel, 7- 7SS llili
Si M.B Riverside Chapel, Inter-
ment. Slar ..f Mavid.
SILVERMAN. Bet.....nin TT 4": BW
:l-i Av.-. Riveraide Chapel, Inter-
ment, Ml N'.l...
SChulman. Sharon, ::. i't.;i SW SSi .1
st Gordon Puneral Home, im.-r-
iii. in Mi Nebo
krulick. Ijouta, 7". i""" Ocean Dr.,
Bej -! i 'li;i|..|. .
BATURIN, Muir:.> ":'. <: W Mat
si n.'U man Tiapel
ounn. Aiin.i. ;: usn u.-i av.. .
Riverside Chapel, Interment Mi.
v......
FUCHS. Mi- Pauline, M, I8R01 NE
IJth \v.- Riveraide 'l i
GOODMAN. I-..M... ?i lui'iiii i'i.IIiiis
\v e Riveraide < Tiapel,
HARRIS. Mr- I:..-. 1' -T. >1 Wt
Av. Rlveraldi Chapel. Interment j
Lakealde.
KREEGER. David, :.. i...... s Trea-
sure 1 ii l:iv eraidi 'li.ii.. 1
MORRIS. Mr- Jean M, S3SS Collln*
w.
ROBINSON. Mm i:i il.-Hi. 71 3S
s\\ iiih \\. I:i-. i ld< Chapel,
SAMUELS. Karl, -j. i'"." s\\ Ma-nth
gl Gord**n Chapel Interment Lake-
-i.I.
WITTELS. Sam. -7 I4RI \ K Ifittll
si Riveraide Chapi I
VELENSKY. I'..--.. 77 Mi:: N W
Seventh Si Oordnii < Tin pel
ALDERMAN. Ruth. t< '' SW 3Wh
Ter lonlon i 'hapel
BAENA. .1.....li 71 7.731 N'U' IMlli SI
Rl> el lie i TlBpel
EROOKMAN, Hyman :' Waah
Ington Avi
HEPNER. Moaea, *1 147.". Collln* \'-
Ki\ r-i.l. i 'li:i pel
KURTZ, .iiiim- R k-emlde Chapel
LANGER. I Uli Weal \'.
v.< man < "hapel
ROSE. Maurii TT :-' Collln* A' I
Rlvi r lib I i ......I
ROTH. Ml Helei 72 2115 Waal
htKlon Ave Riveraide I "hanel
STERNE. Man I P
Mr Riveraide Chapel. Interment Ml
Wlai
GROSSMAN SI I I
i 'ullln* Av > M maii "hi pel In
. in. nl .mi V. i...
smith, Arthur, 7 '. (4 Dr.,
i pel Inti rm. nl Ml V< bo
PAVLOVITCH Mm Ethel, RS
4'_'inl St.. Illveraidi Chapel Inter
ment l..ii,. Ide
He was past chairman of the
Metro Dade County Library board
and wa< intrumental in obtaining
its mobile librarv units. A mem-
ber ol the Dade County and the
Florida Mar Associations, the Trial Miami, Klorida
Lawyers .Wociation. he was past
commander of the Norman Bruce
Brown Post 174. Jewish War Vet-
erans and a former president of
the Greater Miami Jewish Ceme-
tery Association.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
M iTIi'E IS HEREIN .;i\ i:\ thai
Hi. undi i -.u" .1 .1. -irn.L. to i
ii-ii.. -.- under tli. rictilloua iiann
..f TROPE, JONAS u.id E\ A\S at
liit-7lal S-i. \l ,ii, |li ui I Fli n.I:.
reglatei -.. .i name iih
ili. Clerk of tm i in uil Coui i ..f
Dadi County, Ki
Mils TR( iPE JN \s ,v i:\a\s
Pmfeaaional Aaaociatlon
>r VRBEK hi.I IP ISKIN'
Attorney* for applicant*
|an \ r.i-.:> ii, r.K,I
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE OF SUIT OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. CIVIL ACTION
No 68-8749
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I.1TII.I.K SllELTON
Plaintiff.
v>
,l< iHN SM ITH Sll BLTt 'N
I : 'iiIiiiii
Tl Jl 'H \ SMITH SHBLTt >.N
132 I-- ach Tree Place, N i:
Atlanta, Georgia
You I" 'I'1- SMITH SHELTo.V, are
i ... I v notified il,.I' .. Complain! 1..1
........ filed agninal you and
ii ... i qulri 'I t" -' v i .....PS "'
your Pleading lh< Bill
i.f Complaint mi the Plaii ilff* M
i.....) Jl i||.\ \ CHRISTIE r i|
.. i 'in i-ii. A Shi pai .1. '"" Ai ii -
alay Building 14 S K lal Avenue,
Miami Kloi and nl. the
original Atiauer or Pleading In th<
office ..I Hi. Clerk of the Clrcun Court
ui nr before Ihi 19th dnj nf July,
lilfil It you (:ul 1" 'I" KO, III.It-lll.li' b>
(|< fault ill I" taken agali < you foi
ih.. rellel demanded In Ihi BUI of
i "omplaint
Tin- notii. nhall i" I'liLii I" 'i .....
each week fm fi ui aecut
in Tli.- Jewlwl Klorldlan
IXINK AND ORDERED it Miami
Floi Ida On- Btl ilaj Ui AD
IHils
E II I.E VTHERM \s
. Circuit < 'ii'
I ludi 'in.i v. Kloriila
l;> K M I YMAN
1'. ; .iii \ i ierk
ii ircuil < '"Ui Si
JOHN v CHRISTIE BStj
BARRETT CHRISTIE .v SIIEPARD
Atlornej for Plaintiff
..,.- Mnale) ItuilililiR
M inmi, l 'I.-1 Ida
i :
i :
Mr. Rappaport was an Elk. a
member of the Beth David Syna-
gogue, the Parband. and Bnai
B'rith.
Survivors include his wife Ada:
a son. Brian, and two sisters. Mrs.
Charlotte Polk and Mrs. Gertrude
rVarshaw.
Funeral services were held at
the Gordon Funeral Home with in
terment in lit. Sinai Cemeterv
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY tilVEN that
:h. und< ndgned, di airing lo i gagi
in i.ii-ii,.-. under the fictitlou* name
I HAIL'S CUN WASH nl :,:.! s \\
t" Street, Miami, Klorida Intend* t..
register said .nun. uiili the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade Count v,
Kloiid.i
HELEN IIKAISII AMI' DARCEY
JOSEPH ll li hm;
Attornej for
HBIJSN BEACCHAMP DARCR)
il b ;i HAIL'S COIN \\ ASH
: L'l -28 7 R-12
Free Loan Observes 18 Years
The Greater Miami Hebrew
Free Loan Association will hold a
meeting marking its 18th anniver-
sary Sunday at the Miami Beach
First Federal Savings and Loan
Association Auditorium. The pro-
gram will be chaired by Isadora
Schwartz, president.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 75494-C
IN RE Batati
AOl'STIN MARTINEZ
|>. .;,-..!
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
DISTRIBUTION AND
FINAL DISCHARGE
\i 'Tli 'E i- hen bj given lhal I
ha *'e nl..! ;i I 'in.11 K. porl and Peli-
i Ion for Dlsti Ibul loi
. hargi at I :\. ruirix .-i Ihe slate
(U'KTIN MARTINEZ ill ------
l .iii.i lhal on Hi. l'i.Ui da> of
.in y, !:".-. u ill uppl> to Hi. Honor-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Vi'TK-i: is HEREBY OIVBN that
tli. undersigned, desiring to engage in
business under the fictitlou* name* ..f
KLLBNBOC.BN in. HARKNESS ill
::::: Normandy Drive, Miami Bench
Intends to register .-;.iil man.-. v.uh
the Clerk of the Circuit Court ..f
Dade County, Florida.
ELLENBOOEN and HARKNESS
Professional AsstH-iation
SPARSER IP'SKIN
Attorneys f..r applicant
loo N Blscayne Boulevard
Miami, linrida
21-;s 7 s-i;
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-6601
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
I IRIS LIMA Pt'AKEZ
Plaintiff,
\ -
MARCl >8 A vn >NK sr 'l!EZ
Di i". ndant
Tl M \ i:i i is WT' i.vio St' Vltl ;/,
l: ,vi. 'vei u.
Ni York. New \
You. MARCOS ANTON It STAKES!
are hi rebj notified II at .1 Bill ol 1
Plaint for I ilvon hu* 1.....
agninsl you, and you are rju
In "en 11 oopj ..| \ our An-w .
Pleading lo Hi.- hill .,1 1 '..in-
il>. P e) IKU'IN fi
CHRISTIE, .''".. III*. U} ,, Blvd M
Klorida 33137 nnd fill (hi
An-u. 1 or Pli ,.
Hi- tin Circuit > "nun ..11 ui
hefon llli litl lu|j .. ||
you fail In .1 udgmem bj di
faull will be tnki 1 I vou foi
1! 1. lief ilemanded In Ihe Bill of
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-8999
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
BESSIE LEE \\ ILL1AMS
Plaii
\ .-
KREDI HE \\ II.I.IA.MS
Ti KREDDIE WILLIAMS
l.a-i know 11 nddres*
:::. 1'. ntet Pirn Tonki r, X I
Tou KRBDIME WILLIAMS,
In r. bj notified thnl .i BUI oi Com
plaint for I Hvnn ha* Imn < fib 1
ngalnsl you. ami you are required i"
serve a ->>|.>' >.i your Answei .-i Plead-
ing t.. Hi.- itiii ..1 Cnmnlnlni 01 Ihi
Plaintiff- attorney, ALBERT UII.EN-
BKY, M.11S Blscayne Bldg., Miami,
Klorida and HI) the original v
or Pleading in the office ..f ihi Clerk
,.1 ili. Cln-uit Court ..ii ..1- hefon th.-
18th .l.i of ,lnK. 1988 If >..u fall !
do -... Judgment by ili fuull will be
taken against you for the n-llef de-
nial ,! .1 in the BUI of Complalnl
Thl* notice shall be published once
each week f..r tour consecutive week*
in Till: JEWISH Tl ORID1 W"
DONE ND oRKKRKD al Miami
Florida, this 1 Mh day ,.f .Inn, A !>
I'...-
1: B I.E VTHERMAN, (ierk,
Circuit Court 1 di Cou Kloi la
Bj 1' T 11 iPBI, w l'
liepun Clerk
It'll 'i p "OUI Si
ALBERT w II I'VSKV i:s...
\ 1 Plaintiff
M Its His. .-. Bldg
19 Weal Klagler Sti
Klorida
6 14 :
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
v i'i n 'i: :s IIKKEIO 1 ;i \ 1:
... und.'mig eil, deslrins '
1 i 11 -111. ir-.:. ... in-
of CHAMPA'INAT C V T H O Ll C
SCHl nil. .. I .1. Counl! 1
n
. 1 ui Couri 1 id.
1 .a 111..
\'.\l IMI K A I.' '
Soli "1 .
SIDN El KKRi i\ -' N
\ .... Vpplii
*
Miami 1".
Count) .111.If nl Dadi County, Complaint
Klorida. foi nppi I ol said Kltial Till* noilee shall hi published onci
LEGAL NOT'CE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
m (TICK IS HEREIO iii\ EN thai

, business undei ihe fictil iou*
of SANS si'l'i'l ASSfM'IATES
yon 1:. aj a. Bouli 1 aril, M n
Ida 1" lends 1.. r. gisti 1 said 1 ami
m iih the 1 "Ierk ..1 tin 1 in uil C 11
of I >ndi- Count}. I'i
111:1 ii: HOLIjO
KINB A .1 VCt IBS! i.\
\ 11 nej for Applii anl
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 79334-C
in RE: Estate .1
.max .1 Si 'iiu ai:tz
I.....ase.l
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims, or Demands Against Said
Estate:
Vnu are herebj notified and requir-
ed i" pi-.-ni an\ claims and demunds
which vi. u may have agalnsl the
1 -i..ie of MAX .1 BCHWARTZ de-
ed late of Mail.- County, Florida,
to the Count) Judg of Dade County,
and flit the same In duplicate and as
provided in Section TSI.1S, Florida
Statutes, in their of flees in the Count)
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from ihe
1 in. of Hi. first publication hereof,
' the same will i- barred
Dated al Miami. Klorida. Ilii- IS day
of June, A. 11 !:-
KITH gANHBR
As Executrix
First publication of ilii* notlct on
Hie Llsi day of June. IMS.
M'lll'I.MAN. SMITH
A. RICH.MAN
Attorneys for Executrix
Suite S10
1688 Meridian Avenue
Miami Beach. Florida 3313
8/21-28 7/5-11
.1 Ihi
..l.nl
.". -1:
It. porl and il UI i'i
ha rgi 1: .. 11 1 \
. lati ..i tin aboi 1.1 ineil .1..
This 12th daj ..1 urn. ls
ANGELINA M \RTINEX
I in t i\
I'ai Ni'i:. KINK .\ I'i iILM \N
An. n
1
VI am 1': 1
: -2
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 79484. A
li RE Esta.....1
Mi:i EN 1:1.\TT
Deceit .1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creil nil All Person* 11.n |
nin Claim* or Demands Aguinsl Said
Estate
Vou nre hereby notified and requir-
ed to present an) claim* and demands
which you may have against the
estate of HEtJCN Mi.Ai'T d......ased
lai. ..f Mad.. County, Florida, to the
CoUtlt) Judges of Made I -nil I > and
, file thi same In duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 7 : 16, Florida Sta-
tutes, in their offices In the Count) j
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within six calendar months from the
h m .1 for foui
In THE JEM ISH FI 1 "RIDl \N
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami
18th du< of .luni \li
i: B I.EATHBRMAN 1
ircuil 1 "ii. I' uli 1 'oui Mil' 11 ids
B) C P i'i IPK| ANM
I icpuii fieri
. reult Court Si
7
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-9."1""
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
RAYMOND Me KNIGHT
Plaintiff.
\ s
DOROTH! Me KNKIHT
Def.....,1.1
Tl : In iRl ''I'll Y Mi Is'NIi .III'
Andrews, South 'andinu
You. DOROTHI Mi KNIGHT ,1.
hereb) 1.....fled lhal a Kill .a Com
i'i-"......1 I lvon ha* bei 11 fib d
against you, anil you o. required 10
serve u pop) of your Answei or Plead-
ing to the Bill of Complalnl on tb<
"Inintirr
.......' RSlirmfflrt,WJ
Klorida, S3136 ami file the original
or tin same w ill be barred
Dated ul Miami. Florida, thi* I7th
da) "i June, am 1 ...-
JACK it ltl.ATT
As Executor
'First publlcnlkin of this notice on
ih- list da) of June. IIM -
SPVRREK AND ROSKIN
Ailorne)- for I-:\. 1 utor
100 North Blsca) in i'.u d
Miami. Florida
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NuTli'i: is HEREBY OIVBN thai
ih. undersigned, d< siring to engage
in buami under the fictitious nami
of BRA88IBR8 LBONISA at 124! N E
2nd Av-niie Intends to register -aid
name with the 1 ierk of the Circuit
Court of Dade County, Florida.
VALLADAKEM FASHIONS
6/21-28 7/3-12
All u 1 01 |'|. uding in Hi. office of
the Clerk nf the Circull Court on or
before th. 2th ilu) ol Jul) IS88 II
you fall to do .-... ludgmenl I.) default
will in taken against you f..i tin re-
lief demanded in ihe Bill ..1 ("omi
Tin- noii. p shall be published
(ach Week for four on-, l iv .
111 THE JEW ISH I'I ORIDI \ \
I" INK anm 1 iRDKKED nl Miami
1 lorlda. ibis 171I1 da) nf Juni \ 1.
1 set
1: B I BATHERMAN, Clerk
1 Ircuil Court, 1 lade rouiuj ii..i ids
B) K M LVM \N
Deputy Clerk
(Circuit Court Seal 1
HOWARD J ROSEN R8Q
Attamei for Plain tiff
H ti.VT. 14th Street
Miami. Florida, 22184
6.21-28 T/S-12
NOTifF t'NDFR
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
vo' : ni:i!i:n> mi r\ n,.,i
I Ulldel ill ',. '
1 11 under tin
... I'i'/ \ i'i ISIiAEI I 1
HEBREW Hook
SToKK \ ,1.
Miami He oh Florid
me Will
11 Court o| 1 ...
Florid
SAM KI I: g 11 V E R M A
IH \ V \ Sii VERM v
SI 'o\ RAYS Jl I1RTNDW ERG
VI
v
F
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN ANO FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 78685-B
In RE K-. i. of
UFi UN > KERtl \\'i;
......ed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T" Ol (Veil -..I All Pi 1 -.- II
ill- Claims .. Di in.in.I- Agninsl Said
K late:
> ..11 in 1 rebj 1,..ni., ,1 md n qulr-
'i lo preseni in) claims and demands
1 li i ......1 1 ......' ,
i:i'i:i\' \ FRRfi w: .1. .
d in. .. '. ub Count) Kloi Ida lo
Count) Judg! ..1 Dad. Coui D
" d fill Ih -..in. 11, dunlb nil and
'- l'ro> lib 1 Si .1..... i li F nrldn
siiiui.- ihelr oi'-..- |n (he
' in." 1 urthouse In M uli Count)
IH .,) d 11,.
' ll.........f ih. fli publii
1111- ,11 I.. || ,,, ...|
1.....' A'laml, iiu- 1 |th da) of
June, AM
JERRY s MiNT/.ii;
M M'TIN W VOM \N
Ai 1 'o-Bxe. 111..1-
Flrsi publication of ihi- not.....n
H" -1 d \ ..' June, IMS
Kll-T \\ I'I I ISi'H
At lornev for E-01 Is of
REOINA KKP.GAN'f,
187 itnteria \v-nu-.
Coral Oables, Florida
C/21-2S 7 "-12
LEGAL NOTICt
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COUR-
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 79035-A
ll RE Batati of
i:l|nM\ MAROriJB*
I.....ised
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Pern
1 iaim- 01 11. man.I- AgH
Estate:
You an hi rebj notlfii d and
.,! ui presi 1 ii) 1 1.nin
which you ma) have agninsl ih--si
of IMP'MA MAROCI4ES .i...
. of Dadi County, Florid to n,.
1 'ount) Judges of 11.id, 1 u
file Ihi same In dupllenie and .,-
\ id. .1 in s. ctlon 723 II Floi iln Si
lutes, in Ihelr office* In thi 1 u
Courthouse In Dad* Count) Florida
u iiiim si\ calendar monl
llmi "f the fn-t publl
or the -am. w ill lie barred
Mated at Miami. Florida, ihi* to
la) of June, A I 11*88
S M Sll >Ni:\ s MARG1 LIES
A* Admhilatratot
I 1 ul.I:. .1 -.11 of this I..' 1. on
the 7ili da) of June, !"
THE......RE J saw iw nv.
. for Admlnlstra lot
1 \ nsli v Building
Floi Ida
7 1
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Ni (TICK IS IIEKEBY GIVEN
Ihi undersigned, desiring to eiigagi
111 husllll -- 1111.:. 1 llo 11. 1 11 a
BETHEL PKB8S nl Wesi
mi Street Miami Intend
L-.-i. said mi with ih. fieri
III. I'll 1 OUI I Of I .! 1
FloiIda
BEN I'M IP i| n;li :i
Sob OWilla-l
KELLY, I'd:.......- A- Ri 'li.-
ipplicanl
:i id ../..
. 1 1 iiihli li.-i Ida
k 7-u :
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78927
' RE Estati id
1 \. OB M sll INK
.....used
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To VII 1 r.dii.-i- .....I All Pi rsn II 1
iiih iiann- or Demand* Aga 1 Said
Bstnti
Y'ou ii. hereb) notified and ri-quir-
. ,1 t,. pres. ni i.,v Is m- at U di m mil*
wlmii you tii..v have against 11
esluti of JAI t IB M. SHANE di
lati of Dude County, Florida, to tin
Count) Judges ol Dude County, and
file ili- sami in duplicate and 11*
provided In Section 7:::: \*. Florida
Stututi In i!.. 11 office* in thi Count)
Courthouse in Dude County, Florida
within six calendar months fn-in lh<
time of ili- fir-t publication hereof
or the same a ill be barred
Dated al Miami. Florid., thi* 2nd da)
of Mai. A H l'.n.s
IMA SAIL
As Admlnistritrix
First publication of ihi- notki
ill- 7 da) of June. IMS
OROVBR, CIMENT, WBINSTEIS
,v ST VTBER
b) SHBRW IN BTATBEI!
Attorne) 1 Admlnistml 1 Ex
I... I in. ..:. Roiid
Miami Bi in h, li..
'. 7 I I -'. :
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERS
No. 68-3800
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
El mi \K \\ 11.1.1 \ MS
\ -
LIZZIE VI.VE W ILLL) MS
li.fi
'i'i 1.17.7.11: MAE NS 11 Ll.\ il
I:. -1 -1 1 11:.
V11 11-. MAE W H.I.I \ Ms in
tl I : 1
I .-
required I
- 1 l "' \......Pli ...I
. n
IIMIRE M
... II ....
Iti file the orli
11 Coui
1 ,,

lied ll -i 11

II be publ
i.,-U
,1 EM ISH I'I ORII man
DONE VNIi 'l:: 1]
Florid 1 a. .
KATHBRMAN
UI Dade 1 u
I!) I SNEEDEN
I
' n 111
THEODORE M TKTSIII.N
1
1 1 i:...,i
Miami II, ... h. Florida
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 79150-C
III RK B*t lie If
PEARL LEX INK
..........
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditor* and All Person. '
Ing 1 iaim- 01 1 n ma 1 \ '
1: tali
Vou ..r. hi 1 eb) notified h nd 1
. .1 in pi---nt any claims and
in ,1. 11 hich you ma) 1 .- v
ii.- 1 Mate of PEARL LEX IN I
leased luti ol I ludi I 'ou I I
lo lb- Count) Judges of Dadi I n
and file the -am- in duplli ati
as provided In s.
si .iiu. -. 11 their offi, lie C01
1 in thoui In 1 Kadi "ount). Florid .
wlihin i\ ralender months from ihi
time of ih, first publication hen
the sum a ill be bai ri d
Dated ..1 Mi..on. Florida tl
da) of Ma\ AM IMS
1.1:1 in A EPSTEIN
\- Executor
First publication of Ihli notice on thi
7th day of June. ISU
LEON A EPSTEIN
Attorney for Estate
42" Lincoln Road
Miami Beach. Klorida 23139
8/T-14-21-22


Friday. June 21, 1968
LEGAL NOTICE
* fcHfef, nnrkUnn
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nii'I'li'K IS HKHBKY OIVEN thai
i).> undersigned, daairing i" engage
in m.-s under the li. ii' ii- name
-f EL Col'KY ;ii ::i" S.W. Mli Sir..:.
,; ,.,ini Intends lo register said name
ilih ili <"lTk ..f the Circuit Courl
; Dads couniv. Kiori'i.i.
LEONIBE8 MARTINEZ,
sole owner
5/31 1/7-14-21
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
s-nTK K IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
In. u'id-rsigned. desiring to engage
, business biiiW the fb-lilinus nnm-s
III SVNaaM SKKVU'K.i l>F FI->>K-
;|IA; HISINKSS SERVICES al T71.I
...i'ii Kendall Drive, Miami, Florida
tends I.. register stud name* with
. Clerk of the Circuit Courl ..f Dade
..mm, Florida.
RTOrYLPH 0 METZ
Solo < iwner
, \.\ KII1KN \ ICKKKV
xiti.i ii. y fur Vi.jdi. ant
I i: -. aj ne I'.ulkling
Miami. Florida
B 31 '. T 14-81
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAMB LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
Ii.- trnd-rsigned, ,l.--ir-in to ,i^.
i 1 liainnr" under the fictitious liana-
( RICHARD K"AI> PROPERTIES
.1 1900 8 W Third Avenu-. Miami.
r'lorida Intends t" register said name
ivlth Hi-- Clara of the Circuit Court of
iii.l. County. Florida
RKIIARD LAND
INVESTMENT CORP.
a Florida Carp.
\i \c MERMBLL
\ itornt-y for \ppii.-nnt
s u Third AveniM
Miami, Florida
:. .11 8/7-14-21
DAyettu
Paqe 15-E
BY HENRY LEONARD
II
NOTICE UNDM
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HKKEPY OIVKN that
he undershjaed, Aeujiatnaj to engage
-I business under the flotislous name
? JOB'S COTTAGE at number 1661
- w -.Till Avenue, in iIm < "it> "f
\i .-mi. Florida. Intends register
,,id nani. with Ho- Clerk of the
-'ir. uft Court of i'.-.i. County, Florida.
l>..u>d at Miami. Florida, thai 28th
i.ij --f May, i9H.
THEOD" IRE I OILLBSKl
s.,|. i iw ner
KSSI.ER, MASSEY A.
i: KBRMAN
't.-riieys for Applicant
I illtmore \\ ay
i aablaa, Florida
5 31 '- 7-14-21
IN THE COUNTV JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. it006 B
N HE Katale of
m'ki. i.i:si iwoper,
- ... ,i
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MAKE
APPLICATION FOR DISTRIBUTION
AND FINAL DISCHARGE
M'TICK Ik hereby given that we
vi filed a Final Report and Petition
iHetrtbutlon and Phial Diaehanra
i-O-KXHiTTORK of the estate of
;MIKL IjEHOWODER. deceased: and
on the 1st day oil Jai>. 1MB, will
;-i l> to* the Honorable couniy Judges
i lHde County, Florida, for approval
i KaJd Final Kepnrt and for distribu-
..-II and) final disobHric- as GO-
KKCTrTORS of the estate of Hi-
.I-o\-e-numed decedent. This 27th 'lay
I May, ima.
ANNA CORNFIELD.
* 'o-Exerutor
Kl'HT WBUiSCH,
Co- Rs ecu tor
KI'RT WBLLI8CH
Mtomey
17 Asanria Avenue
v-r.j tables. Florida
:. .11 ii 7-14-21
IN THE COUNTV JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTV,
FLORIDA, IN PROBATE
No. 790O6
I'.F,: Estate of
.HIRT y.OK< ?FT
Deopasad
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Po All Creditor* and All Pofuaua Hav-
- chum* or Demand! Against Said
Mate*
You are her ah) notified and reyuir-
.1 lo present any claims and 'I--
lands whn-li you may hav. aKarnsi
nutate <>f I.IUHY /mrofp. de-
ed laie of l>ade County, Florida,
the County Judges of i .. i file Ho name In duplicati and ..-
n.vlded in Bastion 783 14, Florida
iiitutea, in their Offices In thi County
I'urthouae In Dade County, Florida,
-nhiii six calendar won the ....." ihc
in.- of ill.- Oral I'ul'li- .nioii hereof,
iin. name a 'II be bat i .1
Dated .,i Miami. Florida, thin 2lrd
I ol Mai vi' l4H.
8 \m T ri: INK
A Kx.-eulor
iIral publication of thia .'i- on
i ii ,t..\ of Ma). -
SIMON, II VYS>*ORUNI>WKIUl
\Uornaya for the
i:-iaie of l.lbb) Zoroff, d.....aaod
I Mnsl< \ liuiklliiL.-
Nl .....I, Clorlila IMS!
' | i i i
'He gets along magnificently
with his assistant Rabbis!"
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDAifJN PROBATE
No. 78279
In i:K Kataie of
IlKATIUi-K OSTERMAN,
! ... ..I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All ii. dltora and All Pi i-on.- Hav-
ing Chums or Demand* Against Said
K-t..i. nf BEATRICE OSTEKMAN
deceased lati of Dade County, Florida,
to ilo County Judgea "f Dade County,
and file the name In duplicate and as
provided In Section 783.16, Florida
Statutes, in their offices In the County
Courthouse in Dade County, Florida,
within -i\ calendar months from the
ilrrn "i the first publication hereof,
oi Hi. -..in,- u in ii. burred.
Dated ..i Miami. Florida, this :n-i
da) of May, \ i> 1848.
u Al.Tlil; li i ISTBHMAN
As Executor
First publication of this notice on
the THi day of June, 1948
SIMi IN, HAYS
& (1R1TNDWERO
Attorney for Kx. cutor
191 Alnsh y HuildinK.
Miami. Florida Mill
; 7-14-21-28
LEGAL NOTICE
iN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 79187-C
HE: tflstate of
H tRRl MARCUS
i......used
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
rn mi Creditors and Mil' Hai
>-' CI.....i- ..I Demands Aguiiml Said
nte:
i "U ar- hereby notified and requir-
'I m praaeni any lalms and d. mauds
-l.n-li you may huic .igalnsl the
-l.lie of IIAKIIY MAKC1 H -I"' --"'
le of ii.,ii, County, Florida, to tho
untj Judges "f Dade County, and
le ihe same in l in Section 7:i3.in. Klorlda la-
in their offices in th< i '-ount)
1 i iirthUMwi mi Dade County, F'lorlda,
*i*hln *ix calendar months from ih>-
in'- of iin- flrat publication hereof,
or the vain.- win be bam .1
I'al.-d al Miami. Florida, thl
daj of May. A.I>. IMK.
ANNA MAItCUS
a Bxaoutrii
I'irsl publication of Ibis notice on
"" lsl day of May. 1948.
Ml BRH, KAPI^AN & l"ORTKIl
Mtoriu y for Kxe<-utrix
'160 8..W. 1st S-reet
Ulaml, Florida
5, :*I 0 7-14-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 79295
In RE: Estate of
MANNTE SIIKI.DON
I>-,-#-H.--ed
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To ah Creditors and All Persona Hav-
ing Claims .r Demands Against Said
Estate:
ToU arc h"reby notified and re<|ulrvd
to preaanl any claims and demands
which ii'U may have against the es-
tate of MANNIK SHKIJXiN deceased
late of 1 >adi County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file Ihi- same in duplicate and as pro-
vided In Section 788 lt>. Florida Sta-
tutes, in their offices In ihe Count)
Courihous.- in Dade County, Florida,
within -ix calendar months from the
tinn- ..f ih, first publication hereof,
or th,- same will be barred.
Dated al Miami, Florida, this ;"-i
di \ "i May, A n ''.*><.
PAY I.EVINSON
\- Executrix
Flral publication of this notii.....n
ih.- ;ih day "f June, 19CS
MYERS, KAPLAN .v- PORTER
7l> l-'.'lw ..111 II I..-N IM-oll
Attorns) a foi lixocutrlx
l13* s \s i-i Street
Miami, Florida
.; 7-14-S1 88
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HERKHY HIVFJN thai
Ihe undersigned, desiring lo engage
in business under the flctitloux name
of Mll.l l-:i; LAKE GARDEN MM: i'
\l RNTS '' ..... 8 ^ "!l1 ''"'" '
Miami. F'loridn Inti ndi to reglsti
name with Ihe Clerk of Ihe Circuit
i 'ouri of I lade "ounl) Floi Idi
.- .11' l.l'S M \ EN< K
Ml I-'.IIS KAPLAN A PORTER
Miorio v- for Juli M Ve......K
i i.'.u s \\ l-i Street
Miami, Plorida .......
i. r-ll-21-28
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-8721
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
ANDREW .1 MURPHY,
Plaintiff,
V-
1NNIE I. Ml'RPHY,
Defendant
Ti : ANNIE I. Ml'RPHY
Residence I 'nknown
You, ANNIE I. Ml'RPHY, are lore-
by notified lhal a nmplalm for l)i-
vmve lia- been filed ogalnsl you. and
you are required i" servi a copy of
your Answer or Pleading lo the Com-
plaint on the Plaintiffs attorney
SMI. T. YON ZAUI-T SAMUEL
i: SMITH, 117 N.E Flral Avenue.
Miami. Florida 33132 and file Hie
original Inswcr or Pleading In the
of thi Clerk "i the Circuit
"ouri on or before iin will day of
July. I9 ment by default will b.- taken against
you for ilo- relief demanded In the
Bill of Complaint.
This notice shall be published once
each week for four consecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.'iuiIHAN
DONE AND ORDERED al Miami.
Florida, Ibis r.th dav of June A.D.
ISi'.l
E li LEATHERMAN, clerk
Clrcull c.uri, Dade County, Florida
Uy: C P. COPELAND
l>.-puty Clerk
K'irouit Court Seal)
SAl'L T. VON /A.MFT &
SAMDEL E SMITH
Attorneys for Plaintiff
117 N.K.. First Avenue
Miami, Florida 3:1132
li 7-14-21-28
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 79171-C
in RE: Estate of
CARRIE HKI.l.i; ROPBfl
leceased,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
I" All Creditors and All Pi rsons 11..-. -
mg claims or Dem.....is Against Said
Kstate:
You are hereby notified and r.-.|uir-
i to prasenl any claims and demands
Which you may hav. againsl the
estate of CARRIE BELLE ROPER
''......id late ..f Dade County, Florida
io the County Judges of Dade County,
ami file the same in duplicati and as
provided In Bection 781.14 Florida
Statutes, In ih,-ir offices in the County
Courthouse in Dade Coutitv, Florida
within six caleadar months from
urn. of the firs! publication he
or the same will be barred
Dated at Miami, Florida, ibis
day of June, All 1968
HELENA JACKS! IN
As Administratrix
First publication of this noil.....
the Mib day ..f June, 1968,
MORRIS COHEN
Attorney for Estate of
CARRIE HKI.l.K ROPER
1099 Ponce 1 I .eon nivd.
Coral Cables. F|a. 33184
6/14-21-811 : I
ib.
Oof.
8 th
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 79376-B
In RE: Estate of
HERBERT COHN,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims and demands which you
may hav.- against the estate of HER-
BERT coHN, deceased late of Dade
County, Florida, to the Count) Judges
of Dade County, and file Ihe same In
duplicate and as provided In Section
733.16, Florida Statutes, In their offices
in the County Courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, within six calendar
months from ihe time of the first
publication hereof, or the -am.- will
be barred.
Dated al Miami. Florida, this 7th
'lay of June, A l> 1968
ROSE SCHRE1DELL
U'S9 B W. 28rd sin. i
Miami. Florida 33148
As I'.x.-.-ini-ix
First publication of this not.......n
Ihe l lib day of .li...... 1968
Kt'HT WBLLISCH
Attorney for Bstuti of
HERBERT c. niv
167 Ahneria Avenue
c.ral Uubles, Florida
'1 14-21 -28 7 ".
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 79120-C
In UK: Estate of
ETHEL sin ii 'II BT
11.-, ,-.i -. I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and Ml !' -""- "lV
int claim- "i Demandi Agahisi Said
Bstati
You are heri by notlfli d ami requir-
ed to l-i' 1 an) I.urn- and di munds
which \--u in. Itave aiaam--i th<
of ETHEL MlnCHI'.T deceased lale
,,f 1 mil. 1' uuty. Plorida, lo Ihe
Count) Judgi 1 1 Dade County, 1 '
11, id. sam. in duplicati and .-
11,1. ,1 in Si n 7' 16 Florida hln
tut--.-, in lh< Ir offtoai in the Count)
Courthnu..... Dade County, Florida.
within six i-aleudar months from ihe
'urn. of ihe first publication hereof,
or ilo sain, will be barred. _
Dated al Miami. Florida, tins 17th
day .-I Max \ n 191
fih:i> K SIH MIIKT
\- PJaecutor
Pirat piii'iication of thla notice on
the 14th day "f May. IMS,
Ml BRS, kaci.an PORTER
attorneys for Executor
1 I... S W lal Street
Miami. Plorida 33130 ,,,..
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No, 688643
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
HETTY SUE (SHEEN,
Plaintiff,
CLARENCE GREEN,
11 i- ndant,
TO: i'i.AliKN'i'1-; GREEN
R< aidence Unknoa n
You. CLARENCE OREEN. arc here-
by notified that a Rill of Complaint
for Divorce has been filed against you.
and vu are required to serve a oopy
of your Answer or Pleading to th<-
Hill of Complaint on the Plaintiffs
attorney, LAW FIRM OP KNOEL *;
POLLACK, 1700 N.W, 7lh Street.
Miami. Florida ami file the original
Answer "r I'loodlng in 11.....ffice of
the Clerk of the Circull Courl on or
before Ihe &th day "f July. 1968 If
you fail lo do so, Judgment by defaull
will be taken againsl you for the re-
lit di manded In tb" Mill of Complaint.
This notice shall l" published .......
each week for four ennaecutive weeks
in Till: JEWISH PI ORID1AN
DONE AND ORDERED lit Miami
I, ibis 4ib .lay of Julie X D
;"'.<
1: fl IK ITHRRMAN, Clerk
Clrcull Court. 1'ait. ''"in'\ Florida
U): M.Mt'ii'Kiirn: l< ENT
DoduI) Clerk
(i "ircult 1 "ouri s. ah
ENGRL ,v Pi ILL mk
:.." N W 7th Si i" 1
Miami. Florida
Mioi 'i. v. for Plaintiff
.; 7 14-21 :'"
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
Ihe undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of OREEN BRIAR NIIRSINO CENT-
ER ni Mix Alegrlano Avenue, Coral
Oables, Plorida, intends to register
said name with Ihe Clerk of the Cir-
cuit Courl "i Dade Count), Florida,
.MAN MINSKV
FIVE JAC< IRSI i.\
Attorm yt for Applicant
6 14-21 -:: 7 '.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business und,-r ihe fictitious name
of 11 At F ELECTRONICS at 18170
N.W. Second Avenue, Miami. Plorida
intends to register said names with
the Clerk of the Circuit Court of Dade
County. Florida.
ROBERT I.. 1IOIXSE
GERALD PRIBDM \N
5'31-6/7-G. 14-6/21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 68-8872
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
' ;l.i IRI \ WEBB,
Plaintiff,
, 11.1.1 \\i 11 WEBB
1>. fendanl
TO: WILLIAM H \s BBI1
Hi .-id, 11. i- I'nknown
VOV ARE IIERKHV ......i" 'I lhal
. Cnmidalnl for divorce has been
li.! is.....-1 )ou, .. 'i >" an h< reby
requin .i .....rvi u 11 p) of ) our
, r -a- .a In r pli adini lo Ihi I '!"-
plaint "ii ills 1 '.. -111111 nttorni v
ARTHI'li \Y b Mil UK. Ahosi ad
.li-.-- i- 999 N w I4tl Sire, 1, Minn
Florida and fib II original
with lh< Cli 1: of thi Inivi styled
Court, on 01 1.....n il" I9lh da) ol
July. 1968, or a Default will be enter-
. d againsl > uu
Dated ibis 7th dav of .lum 1968.
l: It. LEATHERMAN, Clerk
of the Circuit Courl
By: lx M l.YMAN
Deputy t'b-rk
0 14-21-21 7 i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN thai
the undersiKtied. desiring to engage
in business under the fictitious name
of LILLIAN'S INTERIORS at 780
S.W. 22 Avenue, Miami. Florida Intends
to register said name with ihe Clerk
of the cir.-uit Couri of Dade County,
Florida.
LILLY \ltTll.il PI8HMAN
Sol. 1 iw ner
5,31 6 7-14-21
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No. 68-9028
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
BETTY JEAN BROWN,
I'la 11.11 If
II Mtol.li BROWN,
II. f. ml.ml
Ti i: HAROLD BROWN
You. 11 Alt! HI 1 BRt iWN, ii'- In re-
by notified lhal .. Bill ol fompluini
for Divorce hus been filed uguinsl
) oil. and you '' ollit < 'I I" 1
a cop) of your \ti-W'i ^r Plead
ib. Hi|| ,.i Complaint on Ihe Plaintiffs
attorney, .main :' n H IMAN, siii:\ IN
tjoodnian .v HOLTZMAN. 344 Seybold
Building, Miami, Florida Hid file il"-
nriginul Vnswer or Pleading In 1I10
office "i lh< li rk of the 1 "Ircult
1 'ouri ......r In fore the 18th da) 01
July. 1968 If vii full i" 'I" so, Judg-
ment t default will be taken againsl
-,.ii for ib. relief demanded In ihe
Mill of Comphi I
This nolle) shall be published .....
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Florida, ibis mil .lay of Juni v D
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Clrcull Court, Dude County, Florida
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In-puiy Clerk
(Cin uii dun Seal)
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846 Si ybuld Building,
Miami, Florida
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LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
, No. 79161-B
In RE: Bstatc of
MORRIS FRIEDMAN
1 leceaaed.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav
mg Claims or Demands Against Bait
Kstate:
You are hereby notified and requir-
ed to present any claims and d. maml-
w-bieh you may have against Hit
-state of MuRRis PRIEDMAN de-
ceased latt of Had- County, Plorida
lo the County Judges of Dade Count>
and file the same in duplieate and as
provided In Bection 733.16, Plorida,
Statutes, in their offices In the couiit>
Courthouse In Dade County, Florid^
within six calendar months from ih-
time "I ih. first publication hereof
or th- saim win be barred.
Dated at Miami. Florida, this 23rc
day of April, \ n 1961
FLORENCE PRIEDMAN
As Executrix
First publication of ibis notice on
the Hath day of Mav, 19BS.
PAI'l. KWITNBY or
8ILVERSTEIN, KWITNET
* noi'Diss
Attorm y for i:\-.-uirix
4L" Lincoln Road.
.Miami li. a. h. Florida
_____________ B 31 6 7-14-21
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78899-B
lii RE: Estate of
SARAH LEVY,
Deceased
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persa
Having claim- or Demands Against
Said Kstalo:
You are hereby notified and reejuir*
-il io present .my claims and demands
which you may hav.- against the
estate of SARAH LEVY, d.....as 1
lale of Cook County, Illinois, to thl
County .iiiiiu-.-s of nail, county, and
file the same In duplicate and as pro-
vided in Section 7:::: lii. Plorida
Statutes, in their offices in ihe County
Courthouse In Dade County. Florida,
within six ...I.Millar months from the
time of ihe first publication hereof,
or the sam- will be barred
Dated at Miami. Florida. Ibis 22nd
day of .Mav. A I>. 1948
-I SA.M LEVY
As Executor
First publication of this notice on the
Slat day of Mav, i!>>;8.
THEODORE J. SAK11WITZ
Attorney for Executor
1403 AinsUy Building
.Miami. Florida
:, .11 6/7-14-31
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to engage
hi business under the fictitious nai.'o
of PORTY-PIRST STREET JOINT
VENTURE ii : Miami. Florida intend to register d
name with ihe clerk of the Cireuit
Court of Had- County, Floi i.la.
LEWIS I SRRBIN
V JOHN SERRIN
.1 \MF.S MALI iNK
MURIEL I. RYAN
PeUUoni 1
I.i 11 IS HF.IMAN
in-' IIKIM \\ VND CRARY
li 1,,in. \- for Petitioners
r. .11 ; 7-14 l'i
NOTICE UNOfcH
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY OIVEN I
ib- undersigned, di irlng i" eag ge
In business under ihc fictitious name
HARHOD'S CRYSTAL IIOH8E it
1 n N \V vi-' Ti ii:"' Miami, Plor B
1.......1- i" register said name wl'h
- rk of Hi-- Clrcull Courl of l>. do
County, Florida.
1. \\\ HENCE l> HARRt 'l>
I1EIMAN INDCRARY
Sun 1 .112-EI1 ven Flftj Building
1150 say 1-1 Sire) 1
Miami. Florida 33130
5 31 6 7-14-:'i
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEUEltY civ EN Ibnl
the undersigned, desiring i" engage
hi business under the fictitious
of VIZi'AV.V ASSOCIATES al 8101
Dlsoayn) Boulevard, Miami, Plorida,
Intends lo register said name with
1 be Clerk of ii,- Clrcull Court of Dade
County, Plorida.
tihoi: HOLLO
PINE .v .1 \i IBS*,N-
Attorneys for Applicant
6/14-11-21 J S
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78678- B
In RE: FJstate of
FANNIE 'ii ILDBERG,
I IOC) is' 'I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Creditors and Ml Persons Hav-
ing claims ,.r Demands Against sad
>: tali
y,.ii an hereb) notified and raoulr-
. .1 in presi nl any claims and d-raai'i'y
which "ii mav have againsl the -
., of F \nnii: i;ii.i>i:i:i;c, .
ceased late of Dade County, Florida,
10 ih- Count) Judges of Had- County,
and file the -am- iii duplicate and is
prvN i,i, ,1 m s. lam 7:::: 16, Florida
Statuti s, in iii-ir 11 > as In the >"<>n y
Courthouse in Dade County, Plorida,
wiibiu siv calendar months from the
1 mi, of tin first publication hi n
..1 the sami w ill !< barred.
Dated ol Miami, Florida, ibis nth
las of June, A 191 -
LENOR \ RCRSTB1N
DERNARD KASTERSt iN
ESTRLLE DI UHOND
\- i:\-.ulors
Fit-si publication of tills notice -ti
lb- llib day of June, 19i'.R.
TALIANOPP, W \l.I.l-:i: \- IIF.ItaER
Mtoriu vs for Bxi cuton
4"0 Lincoln Road
Miami B) ach, Floi -i.i
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