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The Jewish Floridian
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The Jewish Floridian
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Miami, Fla
Creation Date:
June 28, 1968

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

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

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University of Florida
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Jewish Floridian of South Broward
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Jewish Floridian of greater Ft. Lauderdale
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Jewish Floridian of Palm Beach County (Palm Beach County, Fla. : 1975)
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Jewish Floridian (Palm Beach, Fla. : 1982)
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Jewish Floridian of Pinellas County
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Preceded by:
Jewish unity
Preceded by:
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Succeeded by:
Jewish Floridian/the Floridian newspaper

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^Jewish Flaridian
Combining THE JEWISH UNITY and THE JEWISH WEEKLY
Volume 41 Number 26
Miami, Florida, Friday, June 28, 1968
Two Sections Price 20c
Changes Are In Store For Zionist Movement
RV.RAI.KM fJTA) -_ Tho o"7th i.o .11 .:____... ..... .
JERUSALEM (JTAi The 27th
rid Zionist Congress closed this
k without electing a new presi-
nt, that task being deferred to
Actions Committee which is
"Cted to hold elections next
Dr Nahum Goldmann, the in-
.bent, who had declined to
1 ad for another term, in a clos-
; address to the Congress said
would be at the disposal of the
mist movement and its Execu-
tive at all times. "I don't say good-
bye. I say adieu." Dr. Goldmann
said. 'There is nothing that can
separate me from the Zionist
movement."
Ehud Avriel, Israel's Ambassa-
dor to Italy, who will leave that
pest shortly, was named chairman
of th* Ziorist Actions Committee
and thereby emerged as a major
personality within the Zionist
movement. The Actions Commit-
tee, or General Council, is the gov-
erning body f the WZO between
Congresses.
The Congress adopted by accla-
mation a revised program which
defined the basic aims of the Zi-
onist movement a;: the unity of
the Jewish people and the cen-
trally of the land of Israel in its
life: the integration of the Jewish
people in its historic homeland
through aliyah (immigration! from
all lands; the strengthening of the
State of Israel founded on the pro
phetic ideals of justice and peace:
the preservation of the Jewish
people through the fostering of
Jewish education. Hebrew and
Jewish spiritual and cultural val-
ues, and the protection of Jewish
rights every where
The latter aim was put to action
immediately in reso'utions on the
plight of Jews in Soviet Russia,
Poland and in the Arab countries.
Resolutions effected major
changes in the organizational
structure of the movement. One
called for establishment of a single
Zionist "roof" organization in each
country in which membership
would be on an individual or in-
stitutional basis.
An essentially non-Zionist or-
jan zation therefore could join th
Zionist federation without obliging
all of its members to aftiliate. The
next vYorl 1 Zionist Congress w I
Continued on Page 10-A
Rabbi's Invocation Is
Hailed By Marchers
WASHINGTON' iJTAi A stir
r ig appeal for social justice by a
r. -bi highlighted the participation
American Jewry in the National
S Idarity March that rallied
unites and blacks to the cause of
poor in a massive demonstra-
here.
Rabbi Jacob P Rudin. president
0 he Synagogue Council of Amer
; .. delivered the invocation at the
1 -oln Memorial. He called on
t nation to "heed the hungry
v to cry out from the depths of
: eir bitterness.
He stressed that there was no
p??d for hunger in a land so rich
i' mon." He Mid the gap wa* "deep
~j growirg deeper; dangerous
ind growing more dangerous."
Rabbi Rubin pointed out that as
* poor go on waiting to share in
life that America offers, the
tad 1- 1 between the
r and non-pj >r. He said the
. les of the poor are "postponed"
becauM others lack conviction.
The rabbi prayed that talk be
--ened but action increased to
la justice to the underprivileged.
Federations
Move On
City Crises
NEW YORK (JTAI The active
involvement of Jewish federations
and other groups in efforts to deal
with America's urban crisis was
urged at a meeting here of 9fi
ish communal leaders from 40
ities after an all-day session on
: problem convened by the Coun-
.1 of Jewish Federations and Wei
: ire Funds. Citizen volunteer lea I
>rs and professional evecutives in
the communal agencies reviewed
re warns that are proving m
effective in their communiti
louis J. Fox. CJFWF president.
sai i
Mr Fox describe.! the n
solutions for "massive problem
the entire community" and added
that "they can be overcome ony
by all forces In the community
pining to take massive action."
Stress was placed at the meet-
ing on the need for legislate :i and
particularly for adequate Congres-
sional appropriations to assure jobs
for the unemployed, with the re
red vocational training.
1 Continued on Page tO-A
His opening prayer drew applause
Thousands of Jews attended as
individuals. Organizations taking
part included the Synagogue Coun-
cil, the L'nion of American He-
brew Congregations, the United
Synagogue of America, the Amer-
ican Jewish Congress and others.
The Jewish Community Council
of Greater Washington mobilized
local rabbis and congregations
MOSCOW RABBI'S VISIT
Plea Stresses
Understanding
RABBI JACOB RUDIN
Reform Group
Deferments For
Approves
Chaplain?
BOSTON The Central Confer
ence of American Rabbi- approved
this week the granting to Reform
rabbinic students the right to seek
deferments from military chap-
laincj set 1 ic.....1 grounds of eon-
ection to a particular
war like the Viet Nam conflict.
*A88I 8MTBAM XOffN
The action was taken at the CCAR
79tn annual convention here
The Reform rabbinical dek
also approved bj .< heavy margin
a report of the CCAR chaplaincy
committee which recommended
: m< e f the mandatory
military chaplaincy draft program
The committee headed by Rabbi
Bertram W. Korn surprised many
of the delegates by endorsing se-
lective conscientious objection as
a reason for exemption from the
chaplaincy draft. Rabbi Korn is
chairman of the Association of
Jewish Chaplains, which has been
sharply critical of the virtual end-
ing of the mandatory draft pro-
gram.
Yeshiva University last January
approved a one-year suspension of
the mandatory draft for rabbinic
students at its Rabbi Isaac Ei-
chanan Theological Seminary, al-
lowing them to volunteer. The Con-
servative Theological Seminary,
of America also ended this spring
participation in the mandatory
Continued on Page 11-A
NEW YORKA plea for "under
standing" of the delicate situation
of the Jewsof Russia was this week
heeded by Jewish leaders through-
out the world who strongly con-
demned the heckling of Moscow's
Chief Rabbi Yehuda Leib Levin at
his initial public appearance in
Ne'A York where he began his v i -it
to the United States
Typical of the reaction in this
country was a statement released
by the American Jewish Congress
that denour.e-'.l the "disorderly and
'discourteous treatment'' of Rabbi
Levin a: a speech at Hunter Col-
lege sponsored by the anti-Zionist
American Council for Judaism, in
which the Moscow rali!): denied ihe
ex itence of anti-Semitism in the
Soviet L'nion.
The statement said that Rabbi
Levin, as a guest, was "entitled to
have his sav no matrer how much
we disagree with him." It added:
"The facts of official Soviet dis-
crimination .--jain and religious life in th USSR ar->
well established. We recognize that-
the conditions of Rabbi Levin's
visit make it impossible for him
to be forthright and candid in h, .
description of the plight of Soviet
Jewry."
Dr. Nahum Goldmann, preside".
of the Worl.l Jewish Congress, -a t
rhat the catcalls and jeering of the
visiting rabbi by an audience of
some 2.000 Jews was a violation of
human decency and Jewish trail
tion which, he said, enjoins Jews
not to judge a fellow man beforn
putting himself in that person's po-
sition.
"That demon.-! rat ion showed 1
lack of underst inding for the deli'
cate position of Soviet Jewry a:- I
especially tor the position of Rabbi
Levin who is trying under difficult
imstances to maintain Jewish
religious life in Russia," Dr. Gold-
;,..,. n said "II did great harm to
Continued on Page 6-A
West Bank Is Opened
To Arabs For Visits
JERUSALEM (JTA> Israel has
cautiously embarked on an experi-
ment that will permit Jordanians
and visitors from other Arab coun-
tries to spend their summer vaca-
tions with relatives or friends on
the West Bank. The first such vis-
itors. Palestinian students enrolled
at Arab universities, crossed the
Allenby Bridge near Jericho this
week.
JfTS RECORD STRAIGHT
Cabinet Insists On Boundary Talks
JERl SALEM ..IT.M-The coali-
tion Ca tinel this week issued an ol
Cicial "' affirming Israel'.!
pr j .... leclared interpretation
of the 1 nited Nation- Securit)
Councils Nov. 22. 1967 resolution
: jn the Middle East. The Cabinet
' took pains > note that il regards
1 the term secure and reco
bou-.d ,. i vied for bj 'hat res-
olution me borders a [reed to
by t" c t-iea "I the .iret ith-
work of a poace
agreem aJ that r.o ler inter-
prets ion a Imiasible is <
Israel Is concerned.
The Cabinet's move had a two-
fold purpose: to set the record
rtraight as far a- Israel's
toward the much-jiscuss .
tion i- concerned and to a.ert an
open rift among Cabinet mem-
bers on how the resolution shoul I
\ fce interpreted.
In this connection, the statement
stressed that no official standing
should be given to last week's re
m irl by Defense Minis! -
Dayao who. when address
,,. 1 a ..i 1 ..... of Labor i
members of the Knesset iParlia
mentl had asserted that the Nov.
22 resolution was a demand for
Israel I i thdr tw from the occu-
I \r.;b territories and as such
should be rejected by the govern-
ment. A spokesman for the Cabi-
iaid that Gea. Dayao had him-
self made it clear thai he was not
enunciating ofi cial policy that
ais remarks constituted 1 personal
evaluation ol Israel's stand on the
ion md related problems.
Dayan's "off-the-rec rd" re irks
1 -
According to Col. Shlomo Gazit,
I director of the military govern
ment department of the Israeli
1 General Staff. "The experiment i.s
1 for one month only, and alter we
see how it works, we will consider
', the next batch ol applicants."
An initial total ol 3.000 applies
; [ions out of some 10,000 have been
approved for the tirst month. The
application- are made b> West
Bank residents.
Col. Gazit -aid that the visitors
would be permitted to visit Jeru-
salem in accordance with the gov
ernment policy of guaranteeing
free access to the Holy Places ar>i
that they might apply for permis-
sion to travel throughout l-r. I
He said one of the aims of the
experiment was to let the vaca-
tioners see for themselves that con-
litions on the West Bank are far
oetter than reported in the Arab
press.
Permission will not be grant')
for visits to the Gaza Strip A.-1
barred are visitors from Egypt,
Syria and Algeria, the countries
hat have ...'sen the most militant
jainst Israel.


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> JfHi *f IhrHUmm
Takinq part in (he qroundbreakinq cere-
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on the camous of Tel Aviv University are
from left n Kahan, director of te-
rcel Bends for Florida; Dr. Georae Wise,
president of Tel Aviv University; Dr. Henry
S- -'.ford, Dresident of the University
of Miami; Mrs. David J. Liqht, and Mr. Liqht
who cr^n'iibvted SI SO ?03 toward construc-
of the new facility.
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Mideast Issue Still
Not Settled As U.N.
Assembly Recesses
IMTKII NATIONS. N Y (JTAl
The current session of the Gen
ral Assembly recessed this week
after >n president, Coroeliu Ma-
nescu. Indicated that adjournment
was not possible because the Mid-
dle Bast question remains on its
agenda.
Two other agenda issues. South-
west Africa and the nuclear non-
proliferation treaty, have been re-
zed,
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Mr Light, t ho .- tout in \ Israi I
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Miami Oleh Regel, announced that
be would contribute (ISO 000 for
new building
Tin' Miamians were also honor-
ed guests at the university's com-
mencement exercises, where Dr
llenrj King Stanford, president ol
Ihe L'niversity the commencement address,
A festive dirn.r honoring Dr.
Stanford and the Miami Oleh Regel
pilgrimage group was given by Dr.
George S. Wise, president of Tel
Aviv University.
Mr, Light is a pasi chairman ol
the board ol trustees of Temple
Beth Am, where he was responsi-
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MM Ui 'tAiii*** wo* t;^ oiwiom ,MW,W }r;
w;.,',( fi/iiA/, l^ryin *yUwyl th* word "Iwo*!"
';* ftlOaaJi M w*ffc OBdHBOTJM OBd f+^Jt djMpHa
Mi /** mm o* fahaudfa oawi ***Hi rUntfrnM.
fh* f/M,j ow/l/WJ MM 0 BMBOPB '>< Qm Of
JtruviUmi. m truly MBOrfcadMa f*at 1/^r a f*-
JVj.'/iJ* l*'i'jrf '/< h) 'il.tArT.
Atu,i OTMrtaadaq i>* NlaMri d m-
^olt ;,' rthdw 'yfi l>uir poM '/f hi* fu*i audi*nr
ta t)i) Musky. RoMM Larta rood* pi*o In
ui.d' nhmdana'' J/y flnwrlomi Jfw.
in yw of lh vl*,lw' (imhryfa ufJ%.-.,,
w),i/h eo"ld obrloashr r#j*ult u nparcn:-.-..' ai
//f oil 1 r>^irt jmy. nodwMandkiq by
Ainaileoa I-wn u onrtalnly rnfUd for.
Mut mefe iinitawlimdlug iroila boffa wars.
Wliil n',ii of un nhoiil I ottctmpt t', i ,
0 man wrh< m o>iohl and rwponalbilllv iw h rr
U'.t xt.'-f)M', -|. thi- I,',.!.! ..... ..1., ,, .,.,,,.,
wo* a leoJco] -.Milt of Rabbi Lot
drnmlfi cf Boviaf on i ;, ,.(,. ,,, ,j
pior Ik!
On" orii '/ febi in lh reaction i/v th-
American Conl^renct on ;.<-/<-t fewrv irhi-h
i*u*d a totomen! dc losing, "W err* ead
9ei c-r ir>*- -
*-ii^ "?^*t vrr t^t rrr. '.--.; -7
>^-.V '> V.y^ >; -,-l.C w% 1111 III 1 V.
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-tr .-^* v..- r.v>* ,/, t=* -.
Bosdcc L*-ri-- *x -*-^**-u-a v.* r-------
epealBf el na> i-** ead oaaaaaiOTi cob
-. vwr. :*r*.^-_ //.-.- J*w oad vod
>rwry.
Dr. GoWmarm Takes Leave
/_ .-. peon peat. w i"- v.'-^r.c z..
CoaojHM deaed w*^ a ;^-^^>err.
ha --:-..---;. aaoiaq 'jr -.*.t HaCevali I
Zv.-. e ..'*ar. wr.x-.r. .--*r o*^caae BM
*>> rr/C.'.y 'y.--*r -.;.-.'^js wy* cc* ct:
eaaa*j */>= at art f i* piaaexy ie
aioaa -..-.c --.---.%* -jbe#;r,-.- --.-- =
fc-.'/tv.-.-. -;..,- cdtarad ..- annqa and sJrur .-
I '-' '-' bow era -...--* :.--.-* :-?r b?~<- cr
wore*. wJi dterrr._rj6 lb* f.3ure cf on3cr_2-
Ztoafaat.
tea el -..- a*ofej daeaiona)eaai aaa .-.
PCaalaqj bor.-. .e'.-ir fcrrao] leccer^h.- o"' -<
oayahMaua d I>r. Haaan Goldmann. a nam<
M hca M*a epBouyiueoa wah the Zknai
mtrwirir.rA Srx o kiq a* any of u* can re
nr**Tnrxr.
In hi* d*cadi kA leadership. Dr. GoWmanr
wo* unique m hi* wjtdom. patience and judq-
MBl that wa* to a oreot dearee responsible for
the successful transition from an ideal into the
Stale o* Israel.
Durinq this period, the Zionist movement
no* had to weather many storms and surmount
countless obstacle*, both external and internal.
In the year* ahead, the rnavement's qoaif
and proqram remain no less important
Among these are the unity of the lewiel
people and the centrality of the land of Israel
in m lfe. the integration of the Jewish peop'^
in it*^ historic homeland throuah nnmiarxrl
and the rtrenqthen-nq cf the S'ate of Isral
founded on the prophet,, idea* of justire cnJ
L". Goldmonn hos said that he will in I
MMicM the d^rx^l of the move..
thai DOtbino can separate me frcm the
/ '. t movement." me
h fha hihire as in the past, Dr. Gm^a.,
' ''.on ,0 .he Zionist pr-rr v. ., ..,.
r-m-* bv a qrat-ml people Ln krael ,
I the ;;o:'.rl. Dd I
M JOSEPH ALSO?
ot*otV
Rnmhina Immunity
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M.jg*rinj Data
':n? lUtist
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rated estimate
i men wfeo
larj i.'< ?
measun w 1
b( BttM
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-. .
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tear
^a: af rj..-T>
t tl r i :-.- an
-. b| aacn
. '--r*c-.*.-jd ii des-
m ..i.-r. -a. ..
to achieve dec- re
X) succesi The mere fig-
on manpower expenditure
-' 11 DO mean? the whole story.
i .-example, the famous North
V -"s 30-hD visien, which
> -'art in the battle of Dien
Phu. ha- Don been brought
1 from the neighborhood of
to fight ilitar
'
'.. L| ;- 1 -
-
MllVidr- lliU
'- tfa -- -.- waber
* Deansb k then
*-! -.' =.. Ba^oa, by
i-'dby suic:de
-' "'. utfiltrau n :-. tin cf
the** ittacki as* que<.
' rtrflte at the
V.r. Vietuiaese government by
trying at the civilian popula-
tion of the cap:tal
The sltacki by aoefkia squads
kav laibd 0 t .r. recent days, no
btcau*e the enemy high
eoaunaad baa begun to have trou-
bfa Qadiai .- .. ;,-_. and able
"'^r-ake such mission-. Last
eefc the ent;re remnant of an
mpanj -urrendered in
"" ': eitli -he companv com-
n.-nder at the head of hi, men.
Fifties
Th- tactics used are itifl in-
ver. as .nd^ating
real purposes of the enemv
high command. Each niicideunit
-whether company or battaUoo-
ta limply holed up in the area
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; x as -
' taiii 1i iif &n*
-
Fvpiiaiift Umki:
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ten v: 1
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x h*.z-: .-:-.. : r .-
:: tat rest rtfa Vka Ni=. *j-r
.-.- baa .: tttacs.
It >:TrT :- :;- BkaJ v-
aaeaar t_-^.- i^s .
'*i_ -~ < peSaea^y
deaaeroai .:*:< a ?.-=
nen; ei Dtrasi :-**^t tie aor*-r.
1 ~.T.-je.t;. :'; I.-1 :: tV
t ai --cr attacks :* S*
fon'i uaae Tfces rr-
-~;':- - : S:r-
Viet Kaa :-. -*i^ to ae 1
-'': ad th..-
*:
iX *rt
the _-;-
I H
P*liliral Dafljff
:" 1 ear Bamiaer'i re-
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--r-: .: ;
:. ;- the nonh's :r.
as i-r.ung and OraaMal
- ith V'tetaaaaeM toala
mated :;. eadfa; that -
attach on the Sou:.-.
' srr.e-e covem.T.en: fa
ar^ter tat Hanoi ar lead
er> -.!! nearly have to re\iew
the:r own position before terj
long.
In the unanimous opinion of
the analyst'. Hanoi can no longer
go backto cheaper, more clas-
sical guerrilla sax. for instance
Certainly Hanoi cannot go for-
ward indefinitely, spending men
at the present rate Some sort
of end will be reached, in the
analysts' opin.oo. before the pres-
ent year ends It could happen
sooner.
gOTOTM Pen c. PliitriUjt** by Loa Anselo*
T>m. Svni1ifii
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N*t tint* n tmtrqtmcy irlii,
!ou'll b* readyif you ftart buy
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*.Jm-ist>fkridfor
Bureau Student Tour
To Start Israel Visit
The first Jewish Student Tour
i uanized in Greater Miami will
leave tor Israel Monday via El Al
Israel Airlines, according to an
.iiinouncement by Albert E Ossip,
resident of the Bureau of Jewish
Education.
The Jewish Heritage Student
lour is cosponsored by the Bu-
reau and the Southeastern office
.1 El Al Airlines.
Organizers of the program and
rlirectors of the tour are Zvi Ber
cer, associate director oi the Bu
reau of Jewish Education, and bis
rife, Miriam. Both Mr. and Mrs,
Berger have been in Israel sev-
ral times, and directed the lirst
lar Mit/vah Pilgrimage lO Israel.
mder the Jewish Agency and the
srael government, Departmenl of
ilucal ion.
The Israel government hat ex-
-ended special invitation to the
Miami group, which will represent
'he Jewish schools of Greater
Miami. Government officials will
Tieet the youths upon arrival at
_od Airport.
The children will tour the en-
tire country including historical
Mies in Jerusalem, Bethlehem,
lebron. Beersheba, Safed and Beth
Beth Am Appoints
Directors to Board
Jerold Schwaitl and Alfred I.
Lewis have been named to the
tioard of directors at Temple Beth
Km, according to George Malin,
president of the congregation. Mr.
Schwartz, a member of Beth Am
mce 1359. i- also a vice president
"f the Brotherhood. Mr Lewis
lined the congregation in 1861.
Shearim. Modern cities, colonies,
kibbutzim, moshavlm as well as
the new national parks will be
visited.
There will also be an informal
study program of Jewish history
and Israel geography. Many activi-
ties Will be held with Israeli youth.
Special receptions with leading
public Officials are planned.
The student- will also take part
in the 20th Anniversary Festival,
the Jerusalem Festival, the Jew-
ih Youth Jamboree, and other
celebrations to be held in Israel
this summer. The students will
visit exhibitions of the Defense
Army ol Israel, and have been
united to attend the programs of
Israel Air Force Day on July 11.
Arthur Rosichan. executive di-
rector of the Greater Miami Jew-
ish Federation, has made arrange-
ments with representatives of the
United Jewish Appeal in Israel
for ths qrouD to study several of
:he institutions of the JDC, Mal-
ben, in Israel, as well as in Paris
on the return trip.
The children will then he able
to report in pel-on to the schools
it Greater Miami, and to the com-
munity in general on the work of
the Combined Jewish Appeal.
The schools and synagogues rep-
resented on the tour are: Beth
David Congregation, Beth El Con-
tregation Miami. Beth Israel.
Beth Torah Congregation, Hebrew
Academy, Hebrew High School of
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A lli>loric I'arullrl
The I'lnteil Mil.--. \> ill ba will
on ils \\:w I liis weekend In -..
tecting :< track and field team lo
Comprtr in lite Olympic t.aun--
nrxi Octobei in Mexico I'lly, bul
nia\ fin.I ItwM without iome "i
Us liesl men wlirti I In- I .1 III
lr:i\ M In-. RUM ill -i till 1 ili-ni'il
Nbgra boycott
While III.- 1 1I11.1I in. In.lint Hi,. ,pi.,|nv ,,| mm
IlKrU l.i b lMl la Hi.- lentil ll
i.-iniiiiU ihoM ni in "l.i enough
I" rememlipi n| III. itrilOl phPI >
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thooe rurioui iimk.-i, j. in.1 in
"villain" ..I the Jew S3 m 1
t" IS pl.ll III)- I s.llllr-. Il.ll MINI
lui rote lin the Negroei arc
eoooarned today Octogenarian
Ann Brundage, [o whom Ihr
Olympic Oamai repi .- enl. the
i.i.nl .if International goodwill,
Is siill round prole ting thai pnl
Hie* slioiilil have no part nl lin-
Quadrennial gama
Dtacrlmlnatlon li the laaue to
day, s it wai 111 1038, 11- main
dlffarancc being thai Jewi and
CbTHtlana alike tool dim \ low
1'iw.ir'l : iting in Hitler'a
Berlin, where*, the threat) 11. .1
kejyeotl -' Negro
J< 'lir*' tod a* the ''I Iholl
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of 'tie *& p
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am >
lr*-. 1 In idttd
r*pr- "iiiiii:-i
they '* niiy
ewwr. IJ .- .!. --.at
VCUk two
other* of ', : not
vaaj try mi for the Olympic
i.iiirt team Give them credit-
right 01 wrong for standing firm
on principle, as mutt) t>l them r
playei Sam Ballet and fencei
Norman Armitage iit<- changed
Ms name from Cohnv i""k itir
Inp In Berlin along ltli "ill
Mending Jewlah athlelea from
Hungary, Poland, Belgium ami
..ilui i-in "|n-.iii nallom
Well, .ii I.-..-I. when the Amei
It in 1, .mi 111.111 lu-.i i>\ lllltei
none laluled, not wu the fill
lowered in the traditional man
m-i
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leaderahlp ol tven Brundage,
ii m 1 11" -'ii i" lee thai Illlekman
mill '.inii. 1 were nol choaan lo
run in III.- 400 mi-l.-i relay 1 air
111 .1 1,1 il minute decialnn l\ the
roach, bul the farl lhal 11-\
v.pi. 1 .pi.11 .-.I iiy i" 1. "i the
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III I. I, .1, -. ., ( l\s ill-. .mil |l.'|||lll
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l.i mi us the i"
Hi pi eciaely I.. -. auae me, I"".
iiii. nil ;.i iin- ii.iii.K ni calloua
government nol lllller'a, our
nwn us the record "( that era
1 pveal i, ilmi 1 hope we will mi
deraland the ii"\.-.iii nl the black
In "Ilui il il miir 1 In pan XI
v..11 ill.-i "in nir iiri>->.fill flghl
1.11 the tame pi Ini Iple n la i--
difficult ini ;i while Avery Brun
.1 1 in undei itand whal Irouhlea
the American blacka in I!m;ii ., ii
v.i !'n lli<- gentile Avrry llriin
ii.u'.- I., comprehend whal trou
bled the Amerean Jew in iimz
a the owner <>i tin- kfonterito
try Club In Santa Barhat .
Calif, he hai been conaj lent In
thii for, untei i there
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club bar I.'.ni Jiwi and Ni,
memberablp
ll bould nol i"- 'iifiiiuii ini .
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llence "r Inaction In the (ici "'
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ehambcra II the black believe
thai. 1 emembcr lhal they leai n
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record had prated the Germany
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he was supported by his col-
league on the International Olym-
pic Committee, a General Sher-
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a place on the American team in
1936, only New York's 92nd Street
VM1IA group of star athletes re
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man of Syracuse and Sam Stoller
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Friday. June 28
Federations Nasser To Demand Action By Kremlin
Nathan Sed.iclc left!, who serred as presidc-nt of Beth Solo-
moa Congregation until its recent merqer with Beth Davi-i
is shown with Beth David present Seymour Friend at the
rommcratton ceimnasiim joinina the two rvnaqoques.
Changes Are In Store
For Zionist Movement
Continued en Pag* 11 -A
be comprised of deli of polit-
ical parties, non-affiliated groups
; n ohttiODi also called for fee .-!,
Iishmcnt i a Zionist Council in
larael to :-,- \ Zionist values and
Ji-wi-h unit;
Th<- I'l.n.c-- aiao authorised
WZo b'Kl..t .,/ nearl) 1350 million,
P* flaaal ear. it adopted an
amendment to the conetitutien au-
ttorizins the Actioni t loauniUee
to elecl the IVZO presldeni and re-
setved to accept independent tUyah
movi-nniits jnto the organisation
ad to permit past president* to
participate in executive meetings.
A 1? morrber executive for the
WZO end the Jewish Agency was
named at the closing session. Nine
of the executive members will heed
departments here Three members
will be based in New York and
will rot hold portfolios.
The religious blocthe Mizrachi
ila|i<-l Hamizrachito which the
department of rHiuitius education
had been assigned aluny with one
t-eat m the Executive without port
folio, refused to accept the allot-.i
tion and insisted on the immigra-
tion portfolio which it previously
held. The two -eats were left open
and unfilled for the time being.
The aliyah portfolio went to Aryeh
L. I'incus, who continues as chair
man Ol the Jewish Agency.
Two of Hie wata In the New York
eaacutlve Will be filled by Dr.
Kmaniiel Neiiinann, president of
the World t niun of fk-npral Zion-
ist*, and Mrs. Charlotte Jacobson,
president of HadIIMall. The third
New York seal was reserved for
the religious bloc should it re-
consider
Other assignments, all in the
Jerusalem executive, were the set-
tlement department to Kanaan
Weitz; the department of edOCaV
tion in diaspora to Chaini Kinkel-
tein. of Buenos Aires, Argentina;
and the department of youth and
halutziot to Cat, Mordechai lJar-on,
all members of the Achdut Avodah
faction in the ]>abor Party; the
pout of treasurer to Leon Dultzin
of the World Union of General
Zionists
Dr. Israel Goldstein remained as
president of the Keren Hayesod,
the fund-raising arm of the WZO
Joseph Klarman. of the Herat Par-
ty, was assigned th youth alijah
Hollo, and Abraham Shenker. of
Mapam, the department -if organ!-
1 iBon and information. In addi-
tion, two other members without
portfoHo were named. Dr. Na.voni
>f the Sephardic federation and
Mrs. Yaalom. of Wizo, the wom-
en ', international Zionist organiza-
tion.
The accent was definitely on
youth at the Corjress. The young-
sters, particularly those affiliated
with worldwide Jewish student or-
sanitation*, made their presence
felt by demonstrations and by vig-
orous lobbying for changes, often
to the annoyance of many old-
timers.
As a result of their campaigning,
15 Zionist youth organizations
ere voted representation on the
Zionist Actions Committee, and
tour seats were granted to the
World I'nion of Jewish Students.
The latter had demanded more,
but they were told they could uain
additional representatives on the
Actions Committee by joining the
national Zionist federations in
Iheir respective countries.
Two lepresentatives of indepen-
dent aliyah movements were also
\oted on the Actions Committee. ]
The Congress adopted resolutions
asking every Jewish family in the |
diaspora to send at least one of
its children to settle in Israel and
to purchase at least one dollar's
worth of Israel-made uoods per '
weak, per head.
Move On
City Crises
Continued on Page 7-A
urge live bousing pro-
grams particular!) for the-' ist
able to pa>. quality education for
=lum area children, changes in
welfare laws to remove punitive"
measure- enacted bj the !a=t
ion of i ongTi M and to replace
them with proarams to end the
situation of the government itself
keeping people in poverty.
T e communit) leadi rs evalu-
ated a wide range "f activities
currently under waj under Jewish
-pon-or-hip Hundreds of jotM have
been provided under au-piccs of
the Cleveland Jewish Community
Federation. The Jewih Vocational
9ei v ice in Newark helped estab-
lish Project COPE, a Federally fi-
nanced recruit men', and training
program tor Newark ghetto resi-
dents, and the JVS of St. Louis has
been conducting -imilar training
and placement for ghetto residents
of that city.
The Detroit Jewish Welfare Fed
eration is providing four year col-
lege scholarships for 25 inner-city
youth who. because the) are not
at the top of their hi_:h school
classes, would fail to qualify for
scholar-hip aid and would be de-
prived of college education oppor-
tunities. Pittsburgh's Jewish Fed-
eration has made available a build-
ing it renovated to a Negro com-
munity corporation for a vocation-
al training school. San Francisco's
Mount Zion Hospital is training
jobless and under-employed per-
sons as nurses' aides and orderlies
and several Jewish hospitals are
providing medical services to Ne-
gro area-.
The American Jewish Congress
in New York and other cities is
providing, in cooperation with the
Urban League, business advice to
shim area residents to help them
run business enterprises.
London' JTA Egypt's Presi-
dent Nasser intends to propo-e a
timetable to the Kremlin for im-
plementation of the "other
that the Si iet I eJoa laid last
month would be taken if Israel
"fails to respect the Seeark) !
cil resolution" of Nov. 22. 1967.
which according to Russia and tnt
Arab states, demands the imm>-di
ate unconditional withdrawal of Is-
rael from occupied Arab tern
tories.
Ace Jon Kimche. in an
Evening Standard artic! Nassei
will present th.- timetable during
his two-day \i-.t to Moscow that
begins on Jul) 4 Cairo attaches
1st- "
Bundestag Leader Called
As Crimes Trial Witness
BONN (JTA) Dr. Eugen Ger-
; stenmaier .president of the Bun-
destag, West Germany's lower
bouse, will be called as a defense
witness in the trial of Adolf Beck-
erle, the former German Minister
in Sofia, who is accused of having
participated in the mass deporta-
tion of Bulgarian Jews during
World War II.
The defense counsel alleged that
Dr. Oerstenmajer had contact.*
wilh Mr. Beckerle during the war.
Hias Blacklisted For
Trading With Israel
LONDON' (JTA)The Jordanian
government has blacklisted United
Hias Service, the American Jewish
migration agency, which it de-
scribed as a company conducting
trade with Israel in violation of
the Arab boycott. United Hias was
one of 50 outfits placed on a new I
blacklist this week.
Most of the companies named '
by the Jordanians are real-estate
holding or development companies
in many parts of the United States ]
which are not engaged in com- i
merce and have no trade relations I
with Israel or any other country, j
There was no explanation about |
where the Jordanians found the
names of these concerns.
'-\ctptional importance
\iit. Mr. Kimche said.
eret made o.' the U
V.--. : invited himself and
litMMM which the Sovie'
accepted as requiring ir:
luHations at the highest
The Egyptians," Mr
wrote, are certain that r
Dr Sooner V. Jan
I N peace envoy to th.
East will ss) in his fin .
ux weeks from now. he not
inno inee en in
Israeli withdrawal from l
pied ten ItOJ This Hi
Egyptians lay, the Rossi.
have to make good on th.
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lieform Group Approves
Deferments For Chaplains
Continued on Pane 13-A
r it.- rabbinic candidates,
g instead a special semi
ogram limited to students
.1 to enter the military
ic) oo graduation and re-
. i all other rabbinic candi-
serve two-year periods as
chaplains on graduation.
I BafOWn rabbis also approi ed
. endraent, alter more heated
/*./'. i Golden
Golden Is Elected
By Menorah Unit
I Golden has been elected
nt of Temple .Menorah -
Mm lub for the coming year.
A former clin-
ical psj chologisl
and vocational
guidance direc
tor in the U S.
Army, he i- a
gra tuati '>t uni-
\. rsities in 'Ala
I '
York Before
I ill.' Imi-i
.'I. he
.i vate
' ce .- a
psychologist in New Y k
N'i >nal Committeeman for Hie
famation League, he i> cur-
serving on the ttillel ad
tard and is active %\ ith the
a War \ i teraii-
''' ng to Miami Beach last
an executive of the River
mortal Chapels in Florida.
den ha- become active both
pie Menorah and in the
rith on its national anil lo-
. il lev is.
Hi- Jlen/s CluJ) at Temple Me-
iral a service arm actinu as
i- : other" to the teenagers of
lie 7-mple. Annual picnics and
choio -hip- a- veil ;*- Men's flub
til es feature the program ol
b for tin Temple
debate, wh ch provides r.iai a ipe
cial committee, to be drawn from
a broadlj representative group ol
views on the issue, to study for a
M'ar proposals tor an alternate
service plan in lieu ol the military
Chaplaincy, such as civilian chap-
laincy assignments for graduating
Reform rabbinic students. The
committee also will study the issue
ot church-state involvement in ac-
ceptance of funds from the mili
tary lor the militarv chaplaincv
program. The committee was in-
structed to report to the 80th
CCAR convention in i!Wif> in
Houston.
Rabbi Edward Sandrow. a had
ing Conservative rabbi, warned tin
Reform rabbis that there was an
irgcnl need for an accelerated
program ol dialogues, communitj
xciiangcs between synagogues ol
ill three branches and adult studv
{rams in congre ations for
I lei hade; st.mnil.: amOll : ill
h
At a session on infra-religious
rlatior between Orthodox. Con-
servative and Reform Judaism,
Rafcbis Joseph E. Klein of Worces-
ter ai.d William G. Braude of Prov-
idence offered as one recommen-
dation that Reform Judaism re-
corsider its alt rude towards m.ir-
i iage, conversion and divorce. Both
aid, "There can be no real co-
operation among the religious Jews
of America ur'il we begin such a
step "
Rabbi Braude pleaded for more
congregational programs of study,
visits and exchanges on all age
levels between the various branch-
es of Judaism in the community.
The CCAR agreed, In another
resolution, to set up counseling
services in the 675 Reform con-
gregations for young men of draft
age seeking exemption from mili-
tary service as conscientious ob-
jectors.
Page 11-A
UN, To Investigate Arab 'Hate' Texts
PARIS JTA) -- The executive
board oi UNESCO Educational, Scientific and Cultur-
al Organization) authorized this
week a,: examination by experts oi
textbooks used in schools in the
Middle East run by UNESCO and
I NRWA it'nited Nations Reliel
and Works Agency lor Palestinian
Refugees). Some ol the textbooks
used were said to contain anti-
Israel propaganda. UNESCO and
UNRWA schools in the Middle
Ka-I provide education for some
20(),()(H) children and youth in relii-
gee camps.
The board named Rene Mallei;
director-general ol U agent
set up a commissionjBr the I -k
[sraeli, Egyptian and Li bi i -
board memben joined in the unal
imous decision,
In Washington last week. Sen.
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children were hein.; "steeped in
hatred" for Israel and the West at
the UNRWA schools which are fi
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June; 30(
jun#30/
July
'h 10, 'I'M) am The Jewish Worship Hour
Iloat: BaMli Maver Abramowiu.
Temple Menorah. Miami Beach
h 7. 10 am The Still Small Voice
Host RabM Mayer Abraoaowitz,
Temple llsnorah, Miami Beach
."h.2. U 'MIX; 10 30 p.m Man to Man.
Topic: Are Americans a Violent People*
Moderator- Rev l.uther C. Pierce
Participants: Rabbi Joseph R. Narot. Temple Israel
of Greater Miami: Bishop James Duncan.
T--* ~i j-. 5.1 tie: -
si tbat :be vtl u.-s
tjo tae flaad mm : .
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ic reason for tl
mourn:n
''.'it leven daj- the
and fro. from the h'u-e to the
grave and from the grave to the
bouse, mourning for .v>dy
.'which it losti." In this same
do e mourn our loss for sevefl
days as the initial period of mourn-
ing.
It might also be noted that iso-
lation in the case of leprosy was
for a period of seven days Num-
bers 12:12; Leviticus 13:31 A
mourner likewise retreats in isola-
tion from the street of life until he
is rehabilitated in his thinking at
the end of seven days. The period
of impurity in many cases is usual- .
ly seven days after which the in-
SYNOPSiS OF THE WEEKLY TOHAH PORTION
Korah
Tke earta cieave* asunder and swallows up Korah am
BsacaaMf
bad -J>e i tad ha* mouth, and swallowed them up
*-: ... rhe me= that appertained unto Korah' 'Num 16:321
LAB t. ml *n y' l2har. and Dathan and Abiram.
-: i rebe 25 -A >**- a: Una
Modes had tried Ma to p*ruide them that all was b-
aooe aecordin; .; God Himself acted. "And it
the ground did cleave asunder that w.,.
Aad *he earth opened her mouth, and swallowed
-- .- >:i th< men that appertained
So the) went down aJive
on them, and they pe-
: fire came forth from th !
".-:.' I and fi.tv men" (Nui
en by God : -
tribe to place its
\ U <::'i rod Ij
ver the priesthood.
- "i describe the various emolun-
- and Lei ived
Thai recounting of tht WMk'V Por.ion of fh Law it mxtrtc'ei
r.3 sited upon "The Graprne Hittory of h Jewish Marltaoa
ad **d by P Wollmin-Ttamir. SIS. Publisher it ShengoM, and -
volume it available at 27 William St., New York 5, N.Y. President
o' th tocicty distributing the volumt it Joseph Schlang.
pui
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the it I -! :
sevei lays
Whi* it th origin o' fh< -
OAi.remeot te welcome 'rw
guest and wayfarer?
- .'. Peah 1 1
._: a- one of
which a person reapj : rew ird
both in this world as well i- B
the next.
Many authors consider th^ per
formance of this deed as ne of
those virtue- which we are required
to observe under the category of
imitating the Creator because man
was created in His image iRabbi
Bachye. Kad Ha-Kemachi The Al-
mighty is regarded as having set
the pattern for making guests feel
at home because He, in His in-
finite mercy, has provided food
and lodging for all His creatures
on this earth and has made them
AMAVAT SHALOM CONGRCOA
TION MS IW t7th Av Orthodo*
Cantor Morn* Birr
ANSHK EMEI K13 SW 1th A v.
V> N Kin.
dall Dr.. ft Miami. Reform Rahbi
Morbort Bawmgard. Cantor Michael
Kyrr.
rCeliafioM* <^
'3
ervices
BETH TORAH. 164th St and NE 11th
Av Contervative. Rabbi Max Lip-
achitz. Cantor Jacob Renxar.
Friday 1 pm Baturdaj 1:10 ^m Fiar
Mlut .i Jeffrey, -<.n nf Mr ;. I
Mr- .\lli>-rl Casvrla
UETM DAVID 2S? SW 3rd Av. TIFERETH ISRAEL JO0 N Miami
Canaarvativ*. Rabbi Sol Landau. Aw*- Conaervatlva. Rabbi Ralph
Cantor William w. Lipaon ------------
Irlilny r, p m Huturilav : m Harmon Carmi C'or Albart Glantz
'iii>-TrHh l^-nwiii ii.irMnivi.li siu.irt Pridaj I p.m Baturdai H am Bar
H>hu-t-r, w>n of Mr Danlal Bchaclar Mltavah; Hare, *on Mr .,, .i \|r-
Mim-iik 7:44 i> m Leonard puttcrtnai
BTM BL. BOO SW 17th Avtnua. _______
Orthodox Rabbi Solomon Schiff TIFERETH JACOB 'TEMPLEi 951 E
Krlily 7:M p m Saturday : :i m S^r- *,n **. Hiaiaah Conaervativa. -
BOfl "lUbaniofl \tr." ABthority" Rabbi Maurice Klein
Olaaa 7 15 pm Miaeha Jir, pm ------------
Friday f. pm Saturday S a. D1 S.-rm'.n:
"Moaoow <-hi.-f Rabbl'i VMl to
America It'* Slcnlflcance" Bar
Miizvnh .lo-liui. s-.ii r,f Cantor and
Mm. Zvi Adler
IBTH KOOEIM. 1101 SW 12tn Ava
Modarn Traditional. Ralibi Max
Shapiro Cantor Ban Oicbaon
VridH.v at HuiiKrt Saturday I i. : m
Harmon! "Rabaflton In tin- i*n-t and
Praaant" SHiunim 7 t> m Th* Portion
.f Law. 7 31 p.m hVrmon: "A R*-
l.i-llnu- Minority."
i 2ION (TEMPLE) 8000 Millar Rd Con.
eervath/e. Rabbi Alfred Waxman.
Friday 7 p m BaUarda] a m
MIAMI BEACH
TH SOLOMON. SO NW Slat Placa.
Conaervativa
(IBTH TOV (TEMPLE) S43B SW 8th
St. Conaervativa Rabbi Simon April.
Cantor Seymour Hinkaa
I'rlilliy 1130 pm Salunlny rt
Harmon I Portion "f Itta Waah
a
8'NAI SHOLOM (Temple). 27S NW
1Bth Street Conaervativa. Rabbi
Abraham M. Caaaal.
ISRAEL (TEMPLE). OF GREATER
MIAMI. 137 NE 19th at. Reform
Ptahbi Joaaph R Ni-ot.
--------
ISRAELITE CENTER. S175 SW 2Sth
St. Conaervativa. Rabbi Avrom L
Oraxin. Cantor Nathan Parnaaa.
1'rlday 6:30 p.m. Saturday H 45 a.m.
germon: "Th Text of Sirna;th"
MINVONAIRES SYNAGOGUE. S737
ird Rd. Modern Traditional.
a-----
OR OLOM (TEMPLE). Conaarvativa
S7SS SW 1Sth St Miami. Rabbi
Ralph Z. Glixman. Cantor Benjamin
en Art.
AGODAfH ISRAEL. 7801 Ca.iyle Ava.
Orthodox. Ranli laaac Ever.
BETH ISRAEL. 770 40th Street,
Orthodox Rabbi Berel Wein.
PrldAj 1:16 p.m Batarday s a.m
BETH JACOB 101 Waahington Ava.. i
Orthodox. Rabbi Shmaryahu T
Swiraky. Cantor Maurice Mamchaa. I
BETH RAPHAEL (TEMPLE). 1S4S
Jefferaon Ave Conaervative. Rabbi '
David Raab Cantor Saul H. Breah. '
HEBREW ACADEMY. J400 Pinetraa
Dr. Orthodox. Rabbi Alexander S.
Brass.
JACOB C COHEN COMMUNITY
SYNAGOGUE. 1532 Waahington Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi Tibor H. Stern
Cantor Meyer Engel.
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KNESETH ISRAEL. 1415 Euclid Ave.
Orthodox. Rabbi David Lehrfield.
Cantor Abraham Seif.
BETH MOSHE CONGREGATION. ,
13600 W Dixie Hv/y. Conaervative
Raobi David Roaenfeld. Cantor Ben
Zion Kirechenbaum.
Prida; l:IS p.m Bartnoi Ham Beau-
tifui routl la" Ones Shabbal Satur-
daj IS r. m Bar Mltzvali Carl
"' I. Mr and Mr- R .!.rt '
Harris
e !.-. RAPHAEL. 1401 NW 183rd St
Conaervative. Rabbi Charlea M Ru
bel. Cantor Jack Lerner.
. this .v irld a ;
.. ;n.
Abraham is said to have
tl it il vij< onh b-
S '.hi and his I
.
l that '. y wore II i
[he r.. |i Etruetion
iham is eoi -. kre I l
'he or..- *ho persooaO]
great \;r:ue. The ''.
length : -cr ptio-
-' the a ,:. in which A
his visitors
Chapter 18) arded and the way
hich the people of Sodom n:
1 their wavfarers (Gene- I
Chapter 19i for uhich ther wer
destroyed.
It was once a tradition for i
home owner to have a special
table on which he fed his guests.
When the host died they would use
the wood of this table to make h:3
coffin (Shaloh). This would intro-
duce him as a fitting guest into the
lext world beseeching the ange'.s
to receive him there because he
received the wayfarers who came
to his home in a spirit of welcome.
HALLANDALI
HALLANOALE JEWISH CENTER.
12S E. Hallandale Beach Blvd.
HOLLYWOOD
SINAI (TEMPLEi. OF NORTH DADE
Temporary office. 18801 NE 22nd
Ave. Reform. Rabbi Ralph Kingalay I
Prtdai I l" m .-> \Vi.hirrtic Feder-
al Auditorium. *:> \K l r.....Beoon fr..m tli^ Nort*
tur-iino t,, ., south Saturday it
a.m. Bar Mitxvah: Stanley, eon of,
i Ml .-i.i.iforil li Cookc
BETH EL (TEMPLE), a 1*t A,a
Reform. Rabbi Simutl Jaffe
Friday K pm Saturdaj ^ IS a.tr
mon S. nptur.il I..--
BETH SHALOM (TEMPLE). 172J
Monroe St. Conaervative. Rabsi
Morton Malavaky.
SINAI (TEMPLE). 1201 Johaeon St.
Conaervative. Rabbi David Snap.ro.
Cantor Yehwdah Heilbraun.
MIRAMAR
MENORAH (TEMPLE). 820 75th St
Conaervative. Rabbi Mayer Abramo-
witt. Cantor Nico Feldman.
SKY LAKE SYNAGOGUE 19151 NE
19th Ave Orthodox. Rabbi Jonah E
Caplan.
ISRAEL (TEMPLE). JSOO SW 89th
Way Conaarvativa. Rabbi frvnin
Cutler.
POMPANO BEACH
NER TAMIO (TEMPLE.. 80th St and
latum Waterway. Modern Tradi.
tional. Rabbi Eugene Laboviti. Can-
tor Edward Klein.
OHEV SHALOM. 7055 Bonita Drive
Orthodox. Rab-v Phmeaa Weber-
man
faturday +M a.m Sermon "Revoln. I
turn c.ooil .,r |i.|"" Min.-ha 7:45
YOUNG ISRAEL OF GREATER Ml SH.OLOM0 (TEMPLE). 132 SW IW
AMI 440 nf ill., e. I. .. Ave Conaervative. Rabb v,-e
ami. 990 NE niat St. Orth,aj. a Skop Cantor Leon Sej.
CORAL GABLES
^alurdai
BETH SHOLOM (TEMPLE). 4144
Chaaa Ave. Liberal. Rabbi Leon
Kroniah. Cantor David Conviaar.
BETH TFiLAH. SS Euclid Ave. Or.
thodox. Rabbi Joaaph E. Rackovaky.
------a
CUBAN HEBREW CONGREGATION.
1242 Waahinqton Ava. Orthodox
Rabbi Dow Rozenewaig.
EMANU-BL (TEMPLE). 1701 Waah-
ington Ava. Conaervative Rabbi
Irving Lehrman. Cantor Zvi Adler.
SE-PHARDIC JEWISH CENTER 84S '
Collin. Ave. Rabbi Sad. Nahm.aa.
------a
n:H,i,,ir"h,no,on Av# """" I
NORTH MIAMI BEACH
-----a-----
A?A- .VESHJRUN (TEMPLE).
Conaarvativa. 1025 NE 183rd. St.
JUDEA (TEMPLE). 5SO0 Granda 31.d
Reform. Rabbi Morria Kipper
------a------
ZAMORA (TEMPLE). 44 Zamora Ava j
Conaervative. Rabbi Maxwell Berger
Canter Hirah March
PrWay 6 p.m Saturday |;4S i.m
orripturul Leaaon
FT. LAUDEROALE
BnTM. '5RA.EL (TEMPLE). S4T E
2SSJ2? ?"* Blvd "'O"1 r"'i'e
Chaiton. Cantor Theodore Mindich
SURPSIOE
MOGAN DAVID CONGREGATION
Surfi.de Community Cente--
Coll.na Ave. Orthodox. RaOD laaaa
D. Vine.
ERAfNU"Bir J08' Ana-raw. Ava
Reform R.bbi Richard M. Lav,ton.
Cantor Jerome Klement.
CANDLELIGHTING TIME
2 TAMUZ 7:56


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BOOK REVIEW
^=0=3 by mat!iff rottvnbaum y^^r
FOR THE YOUNGER SET

In today's accelerated speedy
korld everything is done in a
irryat breakneck speedand
applies, in most cases, to our
\ jng people. Teenagers nowa-
,-f rush into adulthood too so n
. n verythingeven in their
- .ding habits. They devour nov-
. -. biographies, books on science
ctual or fiction) and books on
an: events. Some are unpalat-
t for their young appetites,
some are as pleasing as d< -
rts. Fortunately quite a nuni-
: new books can be recom-
di .1 for young adults" sum-
- reading.

Life With Farmer Goldstein l\
NEO-NAZI MET
ENDS IN CLASH
i >>NN iWNSiIrate spec-
it rs clashed with mem-
r- of the neo-Nazi National
ppmcratte Party in the r't-
i s of Coburg and Bochum
The fighting erupted h en
spectatora tried to hr. ak
p a partv meeting in Co-
that was addressed by
part} chief Adolf von Th id
Jen. In Bochum several peo
: i uere injured in the mc-

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Eva Sher (Funk & Wagnalls. 1967.
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This charming, warm and re-
freshing book, a welcome change
from the many "off-beat'" books
written nowadays, is the hilarious
story of an immigrant father who
brings his family from Eastern
Europe to London, to New York,
then to a farm in New Jersey.
T'-" story i- told by Jake Gold-
- t youngest child. Evvie. The
- > isting oi parents, old-
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Israel Journal by Ya'I Dayan
Hill, 1987, $4.95
v. D yan laughter of the
I-'. neral, Moshe Dayan,
te.\ rj i f June 1967
.'. lit n as a diary on combat
m her own experience.
The Six Daj War was the fast-
the mosl surprising, and mo-
mentous i'i all historyyet' the
author fails to capture the drama
... ihi jnificance : the e days.
I:... shi write skillfully and at
times vividly about the battle* in
Sn under the command of Gen.
\,.k Sharonbut somehow it is
anticlimactic alter the fim de-
scriptive account of the "pre-
war" days when the Israelis were
preparing to defend themselves
again.t extermination by their
enemies.
In spite of its faults, the book
is recommended for young people
who will find many passages ex-
citing reading. Since this book is
not fiction, the factual account of
June, 1967. will help young read-
ers in understanding current his-
tory.

The Story ot the Dead Sea
Scrolls by Uriel Rappaport. Illus-
trated by Milks Citik. (Harvey
House Inc 128 pages. $3.951.
This >lender volume, lavishly
illustrated with drawings and
photograph- is a simple factual
review of the discovery of the
Dead s, i Scrolls in 1W7. and the
arch that followed this dia-
ry, aimed at giving this im-
ml event its proper histori-
cal explanation.
The book stresses the scientific
importance of the discovery of
--noilsit emphasizes the tie-
in between history and the de-
ciphering of the findings. For the
young reader, or one not too fa-
miliar with Jewish history, some
additional reading must follow to
better understand this fascinating ,
area. Recommended especially
for teachers.
a
Voices from the Past by Ami-
hay Mazar and Alexandra Trone.
Illustrated by Milka Cizik. (Har-
vey House, Inc.. 191 pages $5.00i.
On the same subject by the
-ame publisners and illustrated
by the same artistanother book
on archeology.
The title has been used before
by A/nel Eisenberg (Abelard-
Schuman 19o!li SO some readers
mi > find it somewhat confusing.
However, this is an entirely dil-
fi ri nl in atment of a similar sub-
ject it takes a Jewish child
through an exciting exploration
ol his own heritage. He learns oi
the fascinating events of Biblical
history, It introduces a basic
sampling Of ancient history. It is
written in Mich a manner that
almost every reader will want to
read further on and continue the
Stud) ol the Bible and this fas-
cil ating era in history. It is real-
ly a 'learning'" book without the
Usual textbook style. The history
ol Christianity is also touched
upon throu.h the study of its
ar; facts. A helpful feature tor
student and teacher is the chron-
ological table. Excellent photo-
graphs ol archeological sites en-
hance the text.
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By NATHAN ZIPRiN
Shortage* Of Rabbis I> Critical Issue
uow
Che
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...
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dearth .' ral
and Ihe problei
.
tandablc I ho
tin to trek to .
Ba
the fad 'ha' ihc
ol Judai iol ki l ;..
tr COI l ll 01
more i oi
Bui t., u, in it een U al I i
haw- been anticipated b) our rabbinic institutioni and
educators Ions before the crisii was upon thorn.
In the dr i place, it bai long been obvioiu 'hat the
growing Jewish trend toward synagogue affiliation throui h
Panorama:
By DAVID SCHWARTZ
Fantasy And An Accused Assassin
"1THE ENGLISH word aiUt iii
I comet Iran the Arabic llash-
la ban imokeri of Haahiah, Dur-
! the 12th century, mystic
[roup oi Moslemi dedicated them-
| elves to the m a rd < r of their
nemie
The I raeli daily, Vediol Achra-
not, (.Hues i story quoting
source thai Ihc hooting ol Robert Kenned) wai the
wort tionalized El Fatah The purpose of this murder
band is to cast such terror internationally that it
will cause political leaden to be afraid ol lending
any support to Israel,
The Israeli paper admits there is no proof for
tins hut points oul thai Arab papers in i^'hann
rcceiilh carm (I stone- Urging Mir 01 iM/.ilion (if
an international band it is the kind ol an idea to
appeal to the fantaaj loving Arab.
The Arabs arc hlghf) |>ronc to fanla v Sonic of
it ma) come from Hashish Then is a great deal Of
Hashish smoking m the Arab lands Mohammed ban-
ned alcohol and Haahiah takes its place with many.
Hilt the Arab mln<\ perhaps because of the long
-la-nation of the Middle Fast, seems naturally tO
lean to fantasy, even without drug assistance. One
might have surmised a- much from the statements
by the Arab leaders before and during the Six-Day
War Nasser announced he would destroy Israel. The
Syrian leader used the term wipe out" instead of
destroy. Another Arab leader invited the foreign
correspondents to have dinner with him the next
veek in Tel Aviv. All he left out was the menu \-
oon as the war started. Cairo announced that the
Haifa refineries were burning and Tel Avh was
being reduced to ashes.
There is the same retreat from truth in the
"lie- that come from the family of Sirhan Over
the radio it was reported thai the young alleged
assassin told someone in California, that in the first
Arab-Israel war he had sec,, an Israeli soldier cut
off the breast of an Arab woman of course this is
utter nonsense. Suhan is 24 years old, which would
make him lour years old land probably unable to tell
a woman's breast from an egg sandwich).
It is interesting to note thai the New Sork
Times quoted Sirhan's father the following da) as
saying ins son was greatl) disturbed by the bombs
dropped by Israel. There is no mention of a Woman's
breast, lie apparent!) was not disturbed by bombs
dropped by the Arabs. In the first war with the
Arabs, almost every Jewish family in Israel lost at
least one member.
' -' ems with re-
the seekers See-
n in the land.
been that s; nagogue con-
te pace with the rise of
'' ting a need lor more
i tation ha- not been an-
the fault of the rabbini-
Quite possibly, the
the humanities b\ the
have more to do with
isters than lack ol
situation
have
"
mosl deli-
the
"' the | hen they
I homes with
would suppl) the rab-
that
igh young
these 'days beca ise of
oi doubt that is engulfing the young of our
0 or because they find fulfillment and great! i com-
pensation in other fields of human endeavor Yet. we
would lx- conceding defeat if we despaired of finding
means of inducing young people for service on pulpits.

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t the pi the 1
e exit
rtand> but
;
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Gem I
other countr) 'hat the Polish authoritii
consider thi lions to lea
S i far, Ihe) have been in no hurry I
On the basis 0f [heir personal -isits t0 Pol
diplomats in Geneva believe that the minimum Jew-
ish organizations could do is to request that the I \
Commission on Human Rights institute an invest...,
lion into the present treatment of .lews m r
A t N study mission, the) believe, should be
sent to Poland to look into the facts and to brii n
impartial report to the United Nations The;.
Poland today more anti-Semitic than even the
' t nion; in fact I hi I. r P and toda> as
the onl) countr> in Europe where the government
5 thai are anti-S at I carries
--'liberal,, im Iti I .. .. .'
Today's Thought:
Bv DR. SAMUEL SILVER
When k UUHEN SEN. KENNEDY DIED, the flag
over the United States I cress
was lowered. It would be well fi i the
stubbornness of a Congress which re-
spects ihe gun lobb) more than the
nations needs, to be lowered as well.
When Sen Kenned) dud. a panel of
television commentators asked itself
what could be done to lessen Ihe ex-
posure of Americans t (he kind of violence thai makes
killings a daily happening iji America The answer let
television gel rid of the majority of its program; which
glorify violence and vileness,
When Sen Kennedy died, the legislators of the State
of New York declared themselves deeply touched Were
they touched enough to give more than three mini::. -
consideration ol a gun-control law? That's how much tin
they devoted to it after the slaying of Dr. King
When Sen Kennedy died the President of the United
States bemoaned the climate of violence and expressed
hope that ins commission would find oul why men resort
to murder to settle their differences Lei tbe Pi sident
look int.. his own heart and ask himself whether there is
any relationship between our nation's reluctance In de-
clare a cease-fire in Viet Nam and the insistence f im-
pressionable young people (including the Kenned- ixas-
sin) to resort to violence to express (heir feelii
when Sen Kennedy died, the United Nations
the atmosphere of violence in the United States, and in-
dividual diplomats sighed over the possibUit) I ""''"
sad summer in this countr) are the same dip-
lomats who made it clear lo the world that the] cannot
distinguish between peoples bent on 'enocidc and people
bent on humanitarianism.
When Sen Kennedy died, many a person said it was a
ghastly thing and wondered what private citizens could do
to Offset the climate of terror and horror in the world
Answer: the next time you meet a widow, give her an
extra bit of kindness The next time you meet a. potential j
widow, give her an extra bU of kindness The next time
vou rnert any child of God. give him or her an extra bit
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*Jewisti fkrif,- *r
Miarm-Dcde Junior Colleqe President Peter
Masikc Jr. ond Mrs. Mitchell Wolf son pre-
sent Frances Wolf-on Art Scholarships to
Lisa Parker, Norlh Campus winner, and
Dana Swartz, South Campus. Mrs. Wolfson.
established the continuinq art scholarship
tund earlier this year through a aift from the
Mitchell Wolison Familv Foundation.
B'nai frith Offers S5.000 Reward For Bomb Information
WASHING n>N (JTAj B'nai
B'rith has red a reward "f
$5 i)00 'mati n lea :
am -' convietion <>f per
ly involved" in the
.. 27 bombing of a sj na
Mer ri an Miss., and earlier at-
tacks < m there, i i offei
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;ir'. sid< of B'na! B'rith
pgrai layor Al K.. of
Dr vlred that *<
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city and

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:ogu was arget of night
rs who lerable
etotJ The
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the bombing of Beth Israel, a col-
lection taken up on behalf of
the vicl : N'cgro congrega-
tions :. il S) hi }i r told the Jew
H li :raphic \gency at the
time thai 10 classrooms and the
rj ere damaged
bj the in"
In !ii~ ti i '.favor !v
D il'exl the "cowan:
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,- incepts o'
civ cy'"
American Jews To
Fete Scandinavians
NEW YORK i.ITAi American
Jewry will honor Denmark and
Sweden next October in commem-
oration Of the 25th anniversary of
the rescue of Danish Jews from
the Nazis. The Jews, whom the
Gestapo had marked for deporta-
tion, were transported from occu-
pied Denmark to Sweden in small
boats under cover of darkness, in
October 1943. an operation in which
many Danes and Swedes risked
their lives,
Sol M. Linowitz, United States
Ambassador to the Organization of
American States, and the Danish-
American entertainer Victor Borye
have been named co-chairman of
the American Jewish community's
salute to Denmark and Sweden.
Mr. Borge, a pianist, will per-
form at Philharmonic Hall, Lin-
COln Center here, on Oct. 20. in the
company of other Scandinavian
artists. The concert will benefit
the Thanks to Scandinavia Founda-
tion, which provides scholarships
lor Scandinavian youths in ap-
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UJA Young Leader:
Slate Survey Tour
'.-.day. June 28. 1968
Histadrut Group Will Visit Israel
Nine South Florida Jewish com-
munal leaders will take part in
;n international study mission to
>racl next month, under the aus-
pices of the American and Cana-
cian Israel Histadrut Committee.
The local delegation will be
feted July 14 at the Fontainebleau
Hotel at a reception preceding
^heir departure for the mission
iclebrating the 45th anniversary
f Histadrut campaigns in North
America.
Among the American and Cana-
dian leaders participating in the
July 21 to Aug. 11 mission will be
Mr. and Mrs. Mo* Levin, Mr. and
Mrs. Morris Newmark, Judge and
Mrs, Herbert S. Shapiro, the Miss-
re Lillian and Either Goodman
.nd Jack A. Filosof.
Mr. Levin is president of the
Greater Miami Israel Histadrut
Committee, and Mr. Newmark is
treasurer of the organization. Mr.
uted several medical clinics, a
lome for the aged and a syna-
gogue to the people of Israel
hrough Histadrut.
Judge Shapiro is chairman of
the legal committee of the local
unit of the American Israel Histad-
rut Foundation. Miss Lillian Good-
man is chairman of the women's
division of the South Florida
Council for Medical Services and
Vocational Training in Israel. Mr.
Filosof is immediate past presi-
dent of the Poale Zion in Greater
Miami.
The study mission, largest in
the history of the international
board of directors of Histadrut,
will highlight the organization's
participation in Israel's year-long
celebration of its 20th anniversary
of independence.
The July 14 reception at the
Fontainebleau will be chaired by
Mr. Levin, with special entertain-
ment featured on the program.
The South Florida delegation
will inspect the recently complct-
ed Greater Miami Amal Technical
l High School in Ramleh, Israel,
and the Greater Miami Medical
Center in Beersheba, both projects
of the local Histadrut and South
Florida Council campaigns.
MOl MVIN
Israelis Like U.S. Best
JERUSALEM (JTA) Israelis
voted the United States their favo-
! rite foreign nation, a public opin-
' ion poll revealed. Holland came in
second, France was third.
= Five communal leaders from
Section B Greater Miami will participate in
- the United Jewish Appeal Young
Leadership Mission to Israel and
Europe next month, which will in-
clude a pilgrimage to the Mauthau-
sen Concentration Camp In Aus-
tria.
Miami area residents among the
91 American Jewish leaders due
to arrive in Israel on July 7 in-
clude Mr. and Mrs. Howard J.
Trinz. Mr and Mrs. Edward Eis-
enberg and Mrs. Bonnie Savitz.
Simon Wiesenthal, author of the
best-selling book. "The Murderers
Among Us" and famous as the man
who put the finger on Adolf Kich-
mann, will guide the mission mem-
bers during their visit to Mau-
thausen.
The Young Leadership Mission
is a 26-day survey tour in which
the 91 community representatives
will study the immigration ar.d ab-
sorption needs in Israel and refu-
gee aid prc.irams in Europe which
; are aided by the United Jewish
Appeal with funds from the Israel
Emergency Fund and the 1968
regular yearly campaigns.
In Israel the Mission members
will see at first hand the workings
of the life-sustaining programs of
the JDC and the Jewish Agency
for Israel, both major bentd r i -s
of United Jewish Appei nil
fund raising campaign! ng
the l>r;i.'l Emergency I
The Mission mem!.-.- ei t
with President Zalmat ~ i,
Prime Minister Levi Es) r
eign Minister Abba El
Ministi r Moshe Daj i ei
top Cabinet figures, as iv .- Je-
rusalem'j Mayor Teddy K and
Aryeh I.. Pincus, chairmi of the
Jewish Agency executive
Ca m p Hebrew U. Aid
NEW YORK (JTA) A mitionnl
campaign has been undertaken by
the three branches of Judi In
America to provide a maximum
number of scholarships for Israeli
and American students at th< He-
brew University in Jerusalem, it
was announced here by Samuel
Rothberg. national chairman of the
Mt. Scopus scholarship program.
Nearly l.ooo American st ident.i
have enrolled at Hebrew Lr> rcr
sity for the 1968-69 acaden year
starting next October. Thej will
constitute more than half of the
foreign student body whici is ex-
pected to total 1,800 ne>- a tumn.
Rabbi Hay ward Named
By Oholei Torah School
The Oholei Torah Day School,
'minded two years ago to provide
ntensivc Hebrew education along
rtith a complete secular curricu-
um. this week announced the ap-
: vard of Detroit. Mich., as princi-
pal of the school.
In announcing the appointment.
Rabbi Abraham Korf. an officer
nd founder of the school who had
served as principal since its estab-
lishment, said that Oholei Torah
was "fortunate in securing the
services of a man of Rabbi Hay
ward's caliber during these years
of rapid growth and advance-
ment."
Born in Shanghai, China, to
Yemenite-Sephardic parents, Rab
bi Hayward received his secular
education at the Thomas Hanburg
school and graduated with Senior
Cambridge Honors. In 1946. Rabbi
Hayward came to the United
States to pursue a course in Tal-
mudic studies at Mesifta Torah
Vodaath and the Mirier Yeshiva
. Brooklyn, N.Y. He was ordained
by the Rabbinical College of Can-
ada in 1955
He has taught in Hebrew day
schools, both in the United States
.Hid Canada and for the past seven
years he ha- served as principal
ol the Young Israel Talmud Torah
in Detroit.
Rabbi Hayward is a!-o active
in adult education. For the pasl
seven years he has led a study
group of professors of the Univer-
sity of Michigan in Ann Arbor
He will as.-ume his duties as
principal of the Oholei Torah Day
School on July 18
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Friday. June 28. 1968
* Jenisfi fkrHfrr
Dr. Zand Is
Named For
Scholarship
in Volter Zand. Florida direc
,,r u| i-.' American .U-wish Com-
nit tec hM been awarded a schol-
rship b ,nt" organization to study
the HeWwi University in Jeru-
,;, in U M summer.
Dr.2 id will be participating in
, World Seminar on Jewr> and
will meet with President Shazar
nd otlMr key officials in Israel
lie h II also be visiting other
, .inmu'i tiei to review the com
mal structure. Intergroup rela
ons w rk and life ol these com
mi': While in Israel, I>r Zand
ill be meting with Dr LouisShub
.if the Committee's office
lir cm
The office in Israel, now a regu
of the American Jewish
immitlee's oversea* program
. established in 1981 to help
eel the need for effective chatt-
els <' communication between
, .1, of Israel and the United
M ites
The ;-rael Office conducts an
tiic.it; isal and human relations
rograi whose major objectives
e
i develop greater under
.landing in Israel of the plurali-
c nature of American society.
ith g? icial emphasis on the po-
tion and role of the Jews in
\tncri. life
T> increase knowledge of
Vmeriran and Western traditions
i civ responsibilit) and civil
nit.- in order to foster (level-
uer >: democratic institutions
nd v .nit ai > association in Is-
..el:
T clarify the relationship
etwee' Israel and the Jewish
. nmm<:nitie> of the tinted Slates
and Other countries;
T ncrease awareness among
Israeli .lews of the cultural and
spiritual heritage thej share with
tews elsewhere and to strengthen
the I -'ds linking Israelis and
(^Meatless
yet so
IT STICKS TO THE
SPAGHETTI
Paqe 3-B
Beth Sholom Elects Jack Fink
DR. WAITER ZAND
Xmerican Jews:
To stimulate application ol
the insights ol the social sciences
to intergroup tensions in Israel
Jack If. Kink, a Miami attorney.
was elected president of Temple
Beth Sholom at the recent 25th
annual meeting ol the Congrega
tion
Mr Pink -erved Temple Beth
Sholom as vice president, as vice
pre-ident of its Brotherhood, as
a member ol its executive com-
mittee and hoard of trustees and
as chairman ol its membership
committee.
lie also is a past president of
the Miami Beach Lodge, B'nai
B'rith, of the Smith Florida Coun-
cil of B'nai B'rith Lodges, of the
B'nai B'rith Youth Organization
I ol Directors and of the
Vnti-Dcfamation League Council
ii South Florida. He lias also
erved on the board ol governors
of the Greater Miami Jewish
Federation
Professionally, Mr Kink is a
member of the Hade Count) Bar
and to help encourage re-pect for Association, the Florida Bar. the
diversit) ol cultural and religious American Bar Association and the
expression American Trial Lawyers Associa-
tion
He and his wilt;, the former Sara
Zissen, have a daughter, Carls
Jane, who is a senior at Brandeis
University.
Fleeted to ser\e with Mr. Fink
were .lames M. Albert.. Shcpard
Broad. Leon J. Ell, Harry Arthur
Greenberg, John Serbin, Louis F.
Snetman and Ralph Spero, honor-
ary presidents; Sidney I). Ansin.
Jack A. Cantor. Isadorc E. Hecht
and Charles Silvers, honorary vice
president-: Jonas Brotman. Eli
Katzin, Seymour Siherman and
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Friday. June 28, lc68
Poc?
Mrs. Pau! Lipkin To
At Convention Of B
Mr- Pwl Lipkin will >>
- president of Districl .i B'nai
i Women at tne organization's
28th annual convention ;it the
lomal Hotel Saturda> through
uesday, The convention coincides
i:h the netting of the men', Dis-
net Grand Lodge No 5.
Dr. William E. Kori y. din ctoi
f the United Nations Office of the
B'nai B'rtih inter Co incil
and Rabbi Jay Kaufman, executive
Take Gavel Again
'nai B'rith Women
lenl il B'nai B rith. ;1!
iddress joint si ssions ol th<
ind women's groups. Mrs Michai.
Shapiro, international president oi
B'nai B'rith Women will
speak.
Representing the Miami I
: B'nai B'rith Wo
msisl rif ol ten chapters, n
Mrs Robert Litt, counsi oi
Mrs. Flora II. Sunk, president, as
I well as the presidents of each
chapter: Mrs. Elsie Givner, Chai;
Mrs. Donald Jarret, Freedom: Mrs.
Sidney Goldberg, Gold Coast: Mrs
ieorge Ginsberg, Harmony; Mrs.
dina Glickman, Hatikvah; Mrs.
Milton Sands, Lincoln; Mrs. Peter
Selokur, Maccabee; Mrs. .lohn
Benjamin, Menorah; Mrs Samuel
Jaum, Miami Beach and Mrs. Ed-
Ij Newmark, North Shore.
Representing the Sunshine Chap,
er of B'nai B'rith Women will be
Mrs. Morris Bernstein, president,
and Mrs. Morris Wilson, immedi-
ate past president.
Mrs. Selma Levy, dauqhter of
Mrs. Beatrice Dash, Miami
Beach, received her Bachelor
of Arts deqree sunima cum
laude from Barry Colleqe.
She served as president of
Beta Kappa end secretary of
Lambda S'ama.
Couple To Mark
50 Y

ing Date Of
ears Ago
Mr. and Mrs Ham Schm
ill c u brate their 30th eddmg
nniversary at the Diplomat Hoti I
aturday when their childri
randehildren gath< r irk the
- Ion.
Although they were married on
une 23. 1988, they chose the occa-
-ion of the B'nai B'rith District
onvention to celebrate, since Mr.
Schwartz has been an active mem.
er of tho Sholem Lodge B'nai
I'rith for 33 years.
Mr and Mrs. Ted Provder. of
St Louis, Mo.. will be present for
icr parents' anniv< rsary eclebra-
"ion. With them will be their
laughter, Diana. Son Douglas and
iis wife, Lynn, will be there with
heir son Michael. Herbert and
Trudy Lorraine will also attend
heir parents' celebration.
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ihe qrcuo is en adiunet of Variety Child-
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-: rhp r-^v tt., e.Vnwn (}rom jeft) are.
Mrs. Sam Berkowitz and Mrs. Dav.c
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president; Mrs. Larrv Mfcrach, M
Seliqman, end Mrs. Jay Mitchell, v.
dents.
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July 9 at 7:30 p.m. Classes will baby sitting.
rake place on consecutive Tues- Instructor for the four week
class is Mrs. Gloria K R.N
Classes will take place at "" "V
from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. ;- inin.
June 26. Graduates of the i oj rar
will receive a certificaK and wL
be used as referrals for '.- g th.
summer.
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Friday. June 23 1968
"Uni^fhrMimr
Paae 7-B
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MRS. M/SSfU JUVf KM AN
Silvermati-Mnsky
Deborah Jane Miniky, daughter
il Mr and Mr- Max Min-kv U48
Megriano, Coral Gables, was mar-
<"l June l5to Russell Paul Silver
nan. son of Mr and Mr-. Kdujn
P Silverman of Houston. Tex
\ graduate of Abin^ton Senior
ligh School, Abinu'ton. pa the
te Mrs Silvennan attends Boston
University. Hor husband, a gradu-
ite o) Westbury Huh School in
'louston and th,' Massachusetts in
'ui.' n; Technology, is a member
/."'a Beta Tan fraternitj
Tlic bride cho--- a gown of ivory
m an de soic with an overskin and
lecves of Alencon lace, she car
ied a cascade ityle bouquet ol
white orchids and stophanntis H<
istor, Mrs. Roger Nussbaum, was
maid of honor Bridesmaids in-
cluded Sue Ellen Kaplan. Kathy
Sax, .mi! the uiounfs sisler. Bar-
bara Silvennan Kenneth Rosen
erg was best man. Ushers were
Philip Caplan, Roger Nussbaum
md Liom: Schooler,
After a Jamaica honcyhoon, the
ouple will live in Waltham. Mas.
Jhcsc June J^ridcs
.
*RS.DWARO WtlMHlHGlD
MMS. DAHItl GIOSSM
Vickness-Sholdar
In a Saturday evening ceremony
m .lune 15 at Beth Torah Congre-
:ation. Sandra A. Sholdar was
narried to Stephen B Yickne-s
Rabbi .Max LipschitZ officiated
The daughter of Mr. and Mrs
\lelvin Sholdar. 1020 \K 170th
Icr North Miami Beach, the
wide is a graduate of Miami Nor-
'and High School and attended
Vliami-Dade Junior College Her
msband, the son of Mr anil Mr-
victor Vickne-s. 1021 NE 160th
Per graduated from North Miami
Huh School and attended Miami-
Dade Junior Colle je
Gerri Singer was maul of honor:
bridesmaids were (iail Schmier.
Janice Simp-1"! Peggy Sadowski
and JoAnn Ra-h Best man was
Dale Vickne-- Ushers included
David Sholdar. Marvin Lisa, Ira
Harris and Prince Fannel
After i honeymoon in Jamaica.
the couple will live in North Mi-
ami Beach
rVeinberger-Keusch
Beverlye Keusch, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs Nathan Keusch of
Miami, was married to Edward
Weinberger, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Nathan Krecdman of New York, in
i ceremony Saturday, .lune 15. at
Temple Beth Shnloni in Sara-ota.
U.,bbi Bernard P Shoter of Tem-
Mff<. ALAN SANDflSUIN
'motiiei in taw, o;n< lateo
\ jraduate of the University of
Miami holding a B.A in journal
ism. the bride head- her own pub-
ic relation- and advertising firm
She i. chairman ol Ihe City of
Miami Beach Public Relations Ad-
visory Hoard and i- listed in Who's
Who in American Women. Her
Husband attended Brooklyn College
and the Cornell Universit) School
of Restaurant and Business Ad
ministration
Tlic be-; man was Mi-- Keusch's
brother, Russell Keusch: maid of
nonor was Anne Gail Cohen, and
Mrs. Bernard P Shoter was
matron of honor
The reception was held at the
Colon) Beach Hotel in Sarasota,
Alter their honeymoon the couple
Mill be at home at 8000 We-t Dr..
North Bay Village.
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Sandedstein -Levenson
Ellen Lee Levenson became Mrs
Allan Neal Sandelstein at a wed-
ding ceremony Sunday. June 23. at
Waldman's Hotel, with Rabbi Ralph
Glixman and Rabbi Berel Wein of-
ficiating.
The bride i- the daughter of Mr.
and Mis Alvm II. Levenson, 8610
SW 20th St.. and the uranddaii'ih-
ter of the late Rabbi Joseph Wald-
man. founder of Waldman's Hotel.
She i- a graduate of Southwest
Miami Senior Hijih School and ,
Miami Dade Junior College,
Mr. Sandelstein is the son of '
Mr-. Anna Sandelstein. Erie, Pa..
and the late Morris Sandelstein
He yraduated from Academy High
School in Erie and from Erie Busi-
ness College. He has served in the
I ,8. Air Force and is now studying
law and psycholog) at Miami-
Hade Junior College
Mr.-. Sandelstein, who chose a
bridal gown of white peau de soie
and sheer silk with a bodice en
crusted with seed pearls, was at
tended by her sisler. Debbie Lev-
enson. maid of honor, and her aunt.
Mrs. Howard Treitmun. matron of
honor. Mrs. Curtis Smith. Shelly
Ixindesniaii and Jean Raskin were
, bridesmaids. Harvey Che-tncr was
best man for his brother-in-law.
Wayne Kehni. Myron Rayvis and
Curtis Smith ushered.
The newlyweds will reside in
Miami after a trip to Nassau
Segal-Nash
Mr and Mrs Robert Milton Se-
gal were off on a honeymoon to
California after they were married
on Sunday. June lei at the Fon-
tainebleau Hotel with Rabbi Irv-
ing Lehrman officiating.
Tlie former Sharvn Tma Nash,
the bride is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Albert Nash, 810 11th
SI Miami Beat She attended
Miami Beach High School and the
University ol Florida and belong-
ed to Alpha Epsilon Phi.
The groom i- the -on of Mr. and
Mi- Martin Sc_a! ol Orlando. He
graduated from Edgewater High
School in Orlando and from the
University ol Fli rida lie plan- to
attend law school there
For her wedding the bride chose
i nown ei Alencon lace on peau de
soie, decorated with seed pearls
Her sister, Mrs. Richard Breslow,
v^as matron of honor. Jill Reich
, anil Cindy Euster were junior
bridesmaids,
William M Sc-a! served as best
man. I slier- included Richard
Breslow, Jay Euster, Martin Nash,
Michael Segal, William Milner and
Evan Feist. Stephen Euster was
junior usher and Howard Euster
,vas ruin bearer
The couple will reside in Gaines-
ville
Rabbi and Mrs, Cohen
Mark 50th Anniversary
Rabbi find Mr-. Herman M Co-
hen oi Tucson, Ariz., who made
Miami Beach their home from
1955 1965, celebrated their 50th
wedding anniversary recently b>
presenting a Torah to the syna
gogue of the Handmaker Jewish
Nursing Home for the Aged in
Tucson,
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spiritual leader, and Rabbi Skop
officiating
The daughter ol Mr. and Mrs.
Allied Ruhen-tein. 2190 SW 16th
Ter.. the bride is a graduate of
Miami Senior High School and
the University of Alabama, where
-he wa- president of Delta Phi Ep-
lilon Sorority.
The groom, son of Mrs. Hank
Shelby, Chicago, [11., is a graduate
Ol Miami Senior High School and
the University of Miami. He
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Friday. Tune- 28. 1968
\\ enter Kahn
ms (owAto lAMsrtr
and Mrs Lewis Frank Levy, of
Norfolk. A graduate of Emory Uni-
versity, she attended graduate
school hi Ohio State University in
Columbus, O.
The briuegroom is the .*on of Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Kelman. 5688 SW
5th Ter.- and the grandson of Mrs.
Michael August. He is a graduate
of Georgia Institute of Technology
and attended the University of Il-
linois grauuate school.
Mr. Levy gave his daughter in
marriage. Beverly Ginsburg of
Norfolk was maid of honor. Brides-
maids were Mrs. Alvin C. Levy,
of Richmond, Elaine Loren of New
York. Bnna Hollander of Miami,
and EUen Ginsburg of Norfolk.
Mark S. Kelman was best man
for his brother. Groomsmen were
Alvin C. Levy of Richmond, Leon-
ard Weit; of Neptune. N.J.. Brian
Krupp of Miami and David G.
Schwartz of Providence. R.I.
The couple will live in Chicago,
III., after a wedding trip through
the Middle West
jrwwe JjriJcs
Lambert Sutta
Helene Laurel Sutta and Edward
'Muart Lambert were married bv
Rabbi Morris Skop Saturday. June
22. at the Algiers Hotel.
The bride, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Simon Sutta. 601 SW 73rd
Ave.. graduated from Miami Coral
I ark High School. The groom son
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lambert
Astoria. NY., is a graduate of
Long Island City High School and
is now attending aviation school.
Mrs. Sutta wore a bridal gown
of candlelight silk peau de sole
With a lace bodice featuring a por-
trait neckline embellished with
seed pearls and an aisle-wide train
of Brussels not of peau de soie
trimmed in pearls A matching
headpiece of pure silk with a bouf-
fant veil completed the outfit. She
carried a cascade of orchids, car-
nations and stephanotis.
Joan King was maid of honor;
Murray Lambert was best man.
Bridesmaids were Gail Lambert.
\ Ann Sutta and Sherry Cook. Bruce
; Sutta. Mel Schoychid and Charlie
j Rubio ushered.
Mr and Mrs Lambert will re-
: side in Miami, following a honey-
' moon to Jamaica.
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Kanov-Postelnek
Sara Postelnek and Mark Stuart
Kanov were married Sunday. June
23. at the Fontainebleau Hotel.
Rabbi Leon Kronish performed the
rites.
Parents of the bride are Mr and
' Mrs. Philip Postelnek, 1500 Bay
Dr., Miami Beach. The groom is
: the son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore
Kanov. 5825 Collins Ave., Miami
I Beach.
The new Mrs. Kanov is a gradu-
; ate of the University of Florida.
and plans to teach school in the
| fall. Her husband, who also gradu-
j ated from the University of Flor-
! ida. is an account executive with
the Atlanta Journal-Constitution,
I Atlanta. Ga.
The bride wore a gown of Eng-
lish net and re-embroidered Alen-
, con lace with a built-in chapel
tram. She carried her bouquet on
the family's prayer book. The tra-
ditional gold band used for the
; ceremony was her grandmothers
and had been used during the mar-
riage ceremonies of both of her
sister*.
Mrs Michael Lvnn and Mrs.
Leonard Diamond were matrons
of honor and Arnold Kanov was
best man. Ushers were Jeffrey
Kanov. Michael Lynn. Marc Pos-
telnek. Leonard Diamond, Stanley
Shapiro. Scott Cowan and Sheldon
Lowe. Lynn Kanov, Tracy Dia-
mond. Andrew Diamond. Mrs.
Mabel Abramson and Mrs Marie
Brickcr were also in the wedding
party
Alter a honeymoon in Jamaica,
the couple will reside in Atlanta.
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Reines-Stamler
Susan Miriam Stamler and Rob-
ert Evan Reines were married Sat-
urday. June 22 at the Diplomat
Country Club.
Rabbi Leon Kronish officiated at
the wedding of the daughter oi
Mr. and Mrs. Norman .1. Stamler.
3565 Bay Dr. Surfside, and the
son of Mr and Mrs Sol Reines, ti-iti
East 28th St.. Paterson, N.i
Barbara Stamler was her sis-
ter's maid ol honor. Bridesmaids
wore Susan Beckerman. Nikki
iCIayman and Gail Greenhoui,
tichard Reines, brother of the
-room, was best man. Me ven at a.u
ler, Ja> Simon, Kenm Luzzi and
Michael Tribukcr were ushers
The bride, who wimt a gown of
Alencon lace, is a graduate ol Mi-
ami Beach High School and the
University of Florida. Mr. Reines
is a graduate of Peekskill Military
Acs lemy and attended the Univer-
sity of Florida where he was a
member ol lau Epsilon Phi Social
Fraternity
After a honeymoon to Puerto
Rico and St. Thomas, the couple
will reside in Paterson, N.J
PUklngton
MRS. ROBtKT INS
Bay Chapter ORT
Plans Art Exhibit
Aspiring young teachers will be
the recipients of proceeds raised
at a "Clothesline" Art Show spon-
sored by the Bay Chapter of Wom-
en's American ORT next week.
The work of many South Florida
artist> will be displayed Friday
through Sunday, Jul) 5, 6 and 7
at the Lincoln Road Mall from 5
p.m. until 10 p.m. Included in the
display will be oil paintings, water
colors, charcoals and etchings.
Mrs. Harry Littman is president
of the Bay Chapter.
Honeymooning in Puerto Rico
I are Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Okun, who
were married Sunday, June 23. at
the Algiers Hotel by Rabbi Irving
Lehrman.
The bride, the former Margot
i Rose Siegel. is the daughter of Mr.
! and Mrs. Harry S. Siegel, 433 S.
i Hibiscus Dr.. Miami Beach. She
; was born in Miami Beach and at-
tended only Miami Beach public
| schools before entering the Uni-
versity of Miami, where she is in
her junior year.
The bridegroom, the son of Mr.
and Mrs Joseph Okun, 1200 Alton
Rd., Miami Beach, also graduated
from Miami Beach High School.
He attended Miami Dade Junior
College and the ('airier School of
Air Conditioning, Syracuse, N.Y
Mrs Mortimer Walsh was ma-
tron of honor. Bridesmaids were
sheny Amazon, Marilynn Jacob
son and Marianne Miller. Mortimer
Walsh was best man: Barry Siegel,
Louis Fingerhut and irvin Pachter
were ushers
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Sable-Goldman
Judith S. Goldman became the
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June 23, at Kings Bay Country
Club. Dr. Joseph Narol and Dr.
Irving Lehrman officiated.
The new Mrs. Sable is the daugh-
ter of Mr and Mrs. Louis F Cold
man. lti Island Ave.. Miami Beach.
she is a senior at Western Reserve
University. Mr. Sable, the son of
Mr and Mrs. Edwin Sable. Mc
Keesport, Pa., is in his fifth year
at Case Institute of Technology. He
is a past vice president of Sigma
Alpha Mu fraternity.
The bride's sisters. Mrs. Richard
I'acun and Mrs. Leonard Steiner.
were matrons of honor. Brides-
maids included Jan Sable, the
1 groom's sister, Terry Hennessy.
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A gown of French re embroid-
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bodice and princess skirt was worn
by the bride, she carried a cascade
bouquet Of white rose-, st.phanotis
and orchids
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when they return from a honey-
moon in the Caribbean Islands.
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ired bj the National
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in years, arc taking up classical
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are so good they can make money
playing for adult audiences. And a
few go into the big time and be-
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SCHOOL REGISTRATION FOR 1968-69
THE SOLOMON SCHECHTER DAY SCHOOL
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REGISTER NOW!! FOR THE 1968-69 FALL SEMESTER
classes include
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Friday. June 28. 1968
*Jtmisii nrrMinn
Paqe 11-B
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.
1
Courteous Complete
24 Hour Service
LELA B. REED, Realtor
575 N.E. 125th Street
North Miami, Florida
Phone 751-1688
A BEAUTY
SUPERB 4 bedroom 3 both. De-
luxe Roncher on 2 ocre estate,
near University of Miami. Price
$55,000. Don't miss this beawty!
for details call Mr. Crocker. Res.
187-8430.
KEYES CO.-43rd YEAR
REALTORS
357 Miracle Mile 443-7423
LUXURY HOME FOR RENT
Palmetto School Area, 3 Bedrooms,
2 Baths, Paneled Study, Living room,
Central Air Conditioning, New Appli-
ances, large Patio, 1 year lease.
Phone 235 0682
FLORIDA KEYS
200' OCEAN FRONT
10HH MATfCUMBE
TROPIC PROPERTIES, RtAlTOR
157 GIRAIDA CORAL GABIES
Phone 444-7429
WAY-IO HOME REPAIRS
FROM ROOF TO FOUNDATION
Also Wood and Asphalt Shingles
Phone: CA 1-6372
$15,400
1800 S W 175 Terrace
SOLTH Miami Heights Manor 3
t.edroom r r hath, modern interior
includes built-in kitchen. 2 door
Zenith refr.gera -or. natural GOBI*
nets, reverse cycle air conditioner,
drakes, rarport. fully sodded land-
scaped lot. cypress fenced tropical
patio, (hurricane t.ifei. high eieva-
t on |I''I4'i central sanitary sew-
ers and water, light tr.iffir street.
2 blocks from elementary schoc. ;
mile from county park. $\5P0 down
and assume balance of 5 ;ry mort-
gage at $102 month (includes in.
surance. taxes, garbage collectioni
Telephone owner 238-589? for ap-
pointment
AITOR Df AUNG IN
HOTELS
LAND
ACREAGE
APTS
KENNETH KARP
REAl ESTATE INC.
975 W. 49th STREET, HIAIEAH
Phone 822-1010
AIRPORT
INDUSTRIAL PARK
PAIMETT0 XWAY-NW 36 STREET
W 11 BUILD
YOUR NEW WAREHOUSE
AS YOU LIKE IT.
10,000 to 50,000 SQ. FT.
LOW LEASE RFNTAL
LET'S TALK ABOUT IT-CALL
BEN WAYNE
BROKER 8877661
BUILDERS SPECULATORS
1OO'x3O0' OCEANFRONT $25,000
sewer and water. Ready to go. Can
option additional land
RANCH LAND
12.000 ACRES waterfront $125 per
acre.
12.000 ACRES Okeechobee are-a S15C
per acre. E
40 ACRES waterfront with beauti-
ful trees 2 hours from Miami $26,000
terms.
W. 0VERBECK REALTOR
Phone 371-2757
!
S COLLECTION !
j
, Young-dynamic organization is ex-1
j ponding its operation creating new i
j techniques in Credit Collection that i
j not only collect but build upon J
j the company image. Departments j
for local and national accounts. J
i Collection or no charge. Coll Gary !
Sorter. 9 o.m. to 12 noon 759-5402. '
! i
10 METICULOUS UNITS
On Hollywood intracoastal
scemc view, fish or boat from sea-
wall. Beaches, shopping near.
$14,000 income plus owners unit
Just 51 ; times income' Can Walter
Kubalak. Residence 983-N90, As-
sociated with Portner & Portner
Inc. Realtor 2814 Hollywood Blvd
927-1747. Mmnn 944.0271.
I mmtmrnfTimmt
COMftETELY FURNISHEO
IDEAL LOCATION
IN GROWING
KlY iaroo
| jOS. T. LANCE, REALTOR
Phone 247-710* .
SOUTHWEST
MIAMI HOME
REDUCED
CLOSE m seclusion on Coral Lake
at 4<,25 SW t>4 Ave Acre grounds
with taroje trees on dead nd_ o >a_
rooms with botha d dressing
rooms. Living room, full dining
room, sunroom. hbary or den. and
sewing room Master bedroom has
wood burning fireplace and sitting
-oom walk-in clooets carpeting ana
Appliances included Private Beach,
rrautifully landscaped orounds For
tale by owner, pr.oe $44,000 Mort-
gage in approximate amount of
$26,000. Approach by Blue Rd (
St I Open 3 to 7. 444.-6175.

FOR SALE
FT. LAUDERDALE
MODERN OFFICE BLDG.
9'2% PLUS
AMORTIZATION
o Return Potentiol Upwards 25*
o SSS.OM Cash Required
o 23 Offices, 4 Stores
o Off Street Parking
Walking Distance To Court House
E. ANDERMANN ASSOC.
Evet. 923-5684
TOWN & SHORE
PROPERTIES, REALTOR
2119 Hollywood Blvd.
Phone W3-2417
NOW LEASING
FURN UNFURN.
1 or 2 Bedrooms. Spacious, modern
apts Swimming pool, tenn.s court,
putting green, shuffle board, boat
dock 10 minutes to downtown.
BAY PARK TOWERS
Phone: 373-3104
OCEAN FRONT
1900 Front ft Ocean A1A
and Indian River. Sacrifice at
$131.00 per front ft.
Jack Thomas Inc. Realtors
379-1631
BRAND NEW BEAUTY
8620 S.W. 103 STREET
CONTEMPORARY split bedroom ar-
rangement. 12 Acre, central air-
heat, 2,500 Sq. Ft. foyer entrance,
huge family room. Best buy in
Dadeland, under S30.000. Owner
broker 693-2631.
~ztp}n^fRtpT73n=i
SURFSIDE
10W RATES
1 and 2 BEDROOM
ALSO EFFCYS. S-JO WEEK UP
9316 Collins Ave.- 865-5444
FOR SALE
12 DUPLEXES
1-4 UNIT
2213621
PHYSICIANS
COMPLETELY EQUIPPED
BUSY CLINIC.
NO INVESTMENT
PHONES:
373 2691 534-2754
CUSTOM
DRESS
SHOP
DUE TO ILLNESS, DESIGNER
OWNED AND OPERATED CUSTOM
MADE DRESS SHOP, EXCLUSIVE
LOCATION 11 YEARS, SMALL
CASH DOWN
CALL ANYTIME BEFORE 5 P.M.
757-3141
HI RISE SITE
OFF BAYSHORE DRIVE
COCONUT GROVE
285 X 100 STRETT TO
STREET 445-5395
POUT
ST. JOIIX
2 LOTS
Free end Clear Valued at
$3,600
will taVe
$2,000 CASH
Phone 624-0243
1305 N W 182nd St.. Miami. Fla.
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
PIZZA
EAT IN TAKE OUT
PARKING GOOD INCOME
CALL AFTER 4 P.M.
1221-2259 Make Offer;
BEAT INFLATION
80 ACRES
Near Homestead Airport
$1,750 per acre
Good Terms
EDRIS BREAUX, BROKER
65 N.W. 9 St., Homestead
247-1781 or 247-5959
WEST PALM BEACH
Duplex. CBS. 2 Bedroom
Each Side. One Side
Furnished. Other has Stove
& Refrigerator. $1,500 down. J
$13,500 Total
MIAMI OWNER
Phone 443 0987
i ______________________i
> or lit Miami
UVacii I'nit*
EXCELLENT opoirtunity to own 2
new apt. buildings together. 51
units 1 year warranties over
S95,000 gross, $140,000 down,
terms. This w II run building is
just beautiful, buy at last year's
prices NMB. Cell 758-2447. Write
700 N.E. 118 Street.
rpjBmmrBfHfF
:
(EIBJlEJBfSfBJci.^ SKYLAKE 6 BEDROOMS
CORAL GABIES HOME
NEAR TEMPLES
For Sale By Owner
3655 Riviera Court
Newly decorated 3 Bedrooms,
2 Bath, large Sprinklered lot
i Well. Minutes from Miracle
Mile. Convenient all Buses,
Schools, Youth Center & librory.
Central Heat, Split Air Conditioning.
BY APPOINTMENT
358-1003
WANTED HOUSES, APTS., ROOMS
FOR REPUBLICAN CONVENTION
LISTINGS RECEIVED DAILY
CALL" Registered Broker
SALEM ROBINSON
9430 S.W. I5fh STREET
Phone 226-0727
;
vimirmjFmiminsimi'
[INVESTrm FLORIDA LANDi
; DIVERSIFY YOUR HOLDINGS <
NOW
FREE BROCHURE
80 Acres Bordering Everglades
National Park. Strategic Location. <
$300 An Acre. Total Price $24,000
Lots in North Florida on
County Road. $500 Each.
TOM MURRAY, BROKER
1888 S.W. 1st Street
Phone 371-3779
This outstanding custom Home on
over sited lot. Huge family room.
4 baths, lovely Screened Pool. High-
land Oaks Srhool. Immediate
Occupancy. $79,000.
CWEN MAtGOlfS REAITOR
Phone 949-4541
RENT FREE
PULLMANETTE APARTMENT
IN EXCHANGE FOR SERVICES
AS MANAGER IN 24 UNIT APT.
BUILDING
7610 BY30N AVENUE
MIAMI BEACH
CALL 865-5854
Until 10 A.M. & After 4 P.M.
LOVEIY NORTHEAST
M'AMI HOME
St Rose ot Lima ocross the street
from 115 N.E. 107 St. County taxes
only Large 4 bedroom, 5 bath on
lot 100x187' a den 20x21' with
front St. entrance which can be
used as professional office. Extra
large secerned patio, laundry room
16'xH' Fla. room. 18'xir Hot water
heat oil fired boiler Chilled water
air conditioner system, carpeted,
natural birch trim throughout.
Closets galore, sprinkler system,
fenced and many mort features.
$50,000 firm. Owner can arrange
$40,000 first mortgage.
JACK KNAP 757-2774
Shown By Appointment Only
^.'ce-;.%cp.>cg;.:.??!-:-'&.
PROPERTIES FOR SALE j
E. ORLANDO large N.W. corner
site between Union Park and Al.i-
.iya on Hwy 50 across Park Manor
Homes. Only $21,000 terms.
500 BLUE Lake trailer park lots
wholesale $50 each 25'x110' Be-
tween 2 rivers on Washington
County Road N. of Panama City.
S.W of Mackle purchase. Cleared
hiah pasture.
Also AVON PARK LAKE total
$1,550 Lake view lot 120 xllO Paved
road, boat docks and beach Lovely
homes. Hurry!
LILLIAN CRAUBERT BROKER
Phone 44.N-6686
I
I
WANTED
MEDIUM SIZE APARTMENT OR
MOTEL ON MIAMI BEACH
DIRECT FROM OWNER
CALL
531-5731, Room 104
I
I

SOUTH WEST
MIAMI HOME
OPEN
BRAND NEW MODELS
SKYLAKE HOMES
BY ROSE GLEN
IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY
3*4 BEDROOM HOMES
N.E. 197 ST. 23 AVE.
BEN KRAV/TZ Salesmen ot Model.
WIN REALTY, INC.
REALTOR
1127 N.E. 163rd St. 949-4228
HNE flOOR PLAN
I \ 3 BEDROOMS 2 bath, garage, work- <
| [ room, lorge roofed and screened <
| ? ptitio, family room, central air, ]
J fenced, custom drapes, new carpet, I r extras. Good area 2 years old 5 |
I { mortgage $26,000. $7,500 down,
| ? by owner.
I I Phone 271-5033
MOTION PICTURE BACKING WANTED
Still want 10 people with $2,000 each .to
make op the 15 people needed to represent
50o interest in a foil length horror movie for
drive-in theatre release. Prefer people who
woold like to participate in prodoction.
Coll 751-5643 for APPOINTMENT
* Viking International Pictores
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Friday. June 28. 19?
J$ar JasSua AeJIer
.: .-. : lin
.. :
June 29, at I
I Si nool
tzvab I:
student at
.
... i honored at
Jeffrey Cosier 'a Stonier Cooke
a Kk) hi-h in the Bal'room of the
Tempie imra following the
* 11 -.hip ten ice.

Jeffroy Cassorla
Jeffrey Morris, son of Mr. and
Mr- Albert '.'.. sorla, w.il observi
his Bar Mitzvah Saturday, June29,
at Beth Torah Synagogue.
A reception will be held Sunday
evening at the Seville Hotel. Miami
Beach.
Jeffrey is a seventh grade stu-
dent at John F. Kennedy Junior
High School anu will become a
member of the Confirmation class
of 1S*S9 at Beth Torah.
Among out-of-town guests at-
tending the Bar Mitzvah and re-
ception will be Hany Bchar of
Bay side,'&Y*., and Mr. and Mrs.
Julius Bchar, of Brooklyn, N.Y.

Andrew Brown
An-w. ~on of Mr. and Mrs.
Mclvin Brown, will be called to the
To; ah as a Bar Mitzvah Saturday
Beach, will he-
Bar Mitzvah at Teatple Mew
lay mOTI
I
it N .'--

rah.
A K ib 1 incheon
rah and
fid to
honor the ci
'! .: a\ 7 p.rr. S u nday,
June 30.
*
Michael Gelfand
morning. ; i 29 at
845 a m in th.- M Sand lary
of Templi I M hael
I Mr and Mr; ir\ >n:z
I 7921 Cat It *ve Mi-
ami Beach. Will f "
Michael is a studenl of Nautilus
Junior High School and Temple
N'er Tamid Religious School. He
,ne in the .-chool re-
wrve hand, and is th. r cipient of
the Presidential physical fitness
award.
A Kiddush will follow the serv-
ices, and a reception in Michael'-
honor will be held at the Ritfr
Plaza Hotel Sunday evening.
Out-of-town guests will include
paternal grandmother. Mrs. Rose
Gelfand, aunts and uncles. Mr. and
Fun Pucked Weekend
A vanet> of activities for the
Fourth of July weekend is sl.r
for member, of the YM-YVYHA
Greater Miami, highlighted b>
"Family Day" Thursday. July 4
Th- "Sil <>ut Miami' ( h
will be feal ired performers dur-
ing the ning segment of the
[ndi pendi Day celebration a
iaed games -|
activities and a barb:'.- is plan?
ic dayUghj hours
M( ill dance to the mu-
Murray Orchestra in
the '' m Saturday, July
6. at 9 r m at the Paid-Up Mem*
berhip
Mr. and Mrs. J. Bernard Spector help daughter, Anna, cele-
brate her sweet sixteen birthday with a luncheon for 36
guests at the Crystal House Restaurant, Miami Beech. The
Spectors ere Miami Beach residents.
Jcthua Adler
Carl Horn's
mornin',', June 29, al Temple Zion.
Andrew is entering 'he eighth
gradi al Glades Junior High School
and and been a studenl at Temple
Zion fur three years. He has re-
ceived th- Scholastic Honor Boll
award and Library Award.
Mr. and Mrs. Brown will host
the Kiddush follow'na the services
Saturday morning.
Andrew's grandmother, Mrs
Dorothy Harrow, of New York, and
his grandfather. David Brown, of
Los Angela will attend.

Stanley Cooke
Stanley. sn of l>r. and Mrs.
Stanford B. Cooke, will celebrate
his B;.r Mitzvah at the 11 a.m.
nerv'tPs '.'' Temple Sinai of North
Dade on Saturday', JSIM 29.
Stanley attends Temple Sinai j
Religious School and belongs to
Boy Scout Troop No. 380, wh'ch
is sponsored by Temple Sinai. He
will enter the eighth grade at John
F. Kennedy Junior High School in
the fall.
A reception in Stanley's honor
will be held at his home Saturday
evening.
Among the out-of-town guests at-
tending Stanley's Bar Mitzvah will
be his grandmother. Mrs. Lena
Cooke, of Philadelphia, and Mr.
;md Mrs. Bruce-lsaacman and fam-
ily of Harrisburg, Pa. His grand-
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Simon Co-
hen of North Miami Beach are
dso expected to attend.

David Drachma**
David, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aron
Drachman, 1349 N. Biscayne Point
Stuart Shatter David Dracbmun
Mrs. Jack Kay and Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Kay; aunt. Miss Thelma Gel-
fand. cousins Ira. Deborah and
Cherly Kay. all of Brooklyn, N.Y.
* *
Fern Hodus
Tern, daughter of Mr. and Mrs
Jack H"dus. w'll observe her Ba>
Mitzvah Friday ev< ning, June 21,
at Beth Torah Synagogue.
i attends the Harold Wolk
Relic "ii. school and will become a
men i the Confirm al
ol 1969.
Carl Harris
Car] Michael, son of Ml
Mr Robert Harris, 1262 \"E I48:h
St., will become Bar Mitzvah on
Saturday, June 29, conducting the
traditional sen ice an i
the Haftarah at Beth Mo-he Con-
; i ation.
Carl is a student of the Beth
Mosbe Religious School and at-
tends the eighth grade .it North
.Miami Junior High School.
His parents will sponsor an Oneg
Shabbat Friday evening and a Kid-
dush following the Saturday serv- I
ices in Popiel Social Hall in Carl's
honor. A reception for friends ind j
relatives will be held Saturday I
evening at Beth Moshe Congrega-
tion.
Among the friends and relatives
attending are his grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Harris, from
Rochester, N.Y., as well as other
relatives from Rochester and
Syracuse, N.Y.

Marc Puttortnan
On Saturday, June 29, at the
8:30 a.m. services. Marc, son of
! Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Putterman.
8840 SW 21st St., will become Bar
Mitzvah at Temple Or Olom.
Marc is a seventh grade student
at Rockway Junior High School.
Mr. and Mrs. Putterman will
host the Oneg Shabbat following
the Friday night services and the
Kiddush Saturday morning, as well
' as a luncheon Saturday afternoon
i in honor of the celebrant, at the
I Dupont Plaza Hotel.
Among the guests expected are
Marc's grandparents. Mr. and Mrs,
Lao Holfman. of Coscob, Conn, and
Mr and Mrs. Samuel Puttern an,
Miami; his paten i and-
ther, Mrs, Max Epsti i Mi-
Beach, and i iro n San
Francisco, I ilif., North Carolina.
Connecticut and New Y
Stuart Shacter
6140 SW 62nd PL, will
ome Par Mitzvah al Beth David
in gation S turday, June 2f.
A seventh grade studi ni al South
Miami Junioi High School, Stuart
has beer, attending Hebrew School
at Beth David for five years. He
is an honor student, with a special
interest in electronics.
There w.ll be a Kiddush follow-
ing the services, tendered by his
father.
Among guests attending the cel-
ebration will be Stuart's grand- j
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shac- |
ter and Maurice Nierenberg.
Night Out Set For
JWV Post 6X2
The Jewish War Veterans Abe
Horowitz Pot 682 and its Auxil-
iary uill sponsor a "Nit* Club
Night'' Saturday at 9 p.m at the
Singapore Motel. 9601 Collins Ave
JUDGES for the "Beat Leukemia"
contest sponsored by TWA. Wo-
metco Enterprises and National
General Films, include Mr. and
Mrs Aian B. Ives, Herman Trainer.
Joseph P. Manner and Dr. Jac Cobky.
DUMAS MILNER
CHEVROLET
is proud to
announce that
WALLY NIMER
your Chevrolet man
has returned home
FOR THE BEST DEAL IN
TOWN COME IN
AND SEE HIM
J SW. 8th & LeJeune Rd Miar
tjftut Compete Outjii
SPORTCOATS
v*w Season Si\lrt
Ceasfmaml nil traditional $35.00
i*< Jar nrrtciw
^SLACKS
/tf j Ihoumtmdlm fo f pV/>#m#
MEN cWBOYS
from. Tapered,
t tinf rntimnml
the nrm lk It fil
VALUE
TO
. *n.n
msrmM
treryone.
BOTH FOR
$2093
Savt $17.00
300 SHIRTS
MEN'S & BOYS'
WERE TO $5.95
WHILE THEY LAST
now 1.99
DORWINS % Skop
THI SMART SHOP FOR YOUNG MEN
SUITS* SHIRTS* SLACKS* SWEATERS
1574 WASHINGTON AVE.,MI AMI BEACH
QPfN DAILY TO 9 P M DURING SAI F J F ? 406 I
LEVIS
Btll
BOTTOM
SLACKS
L JEANS
I BET YOU
DIDN'T KNOW
By FRED SANDLER
Whot was the shortest M ran
ever hit? ... In a Miner Uoaoe
gome tern* years hotter
kit the boll a few incnes m
front of the plate The ss
ire celled it fair, bet the pitch
er end the catcher tkeaaht the
ball hit off the better', feet be-
fere rolling in front of the elate,
which would hove mode it feel
. They stood and argued with
the umpire, the hall resting til
inches from hente, while the
batter raced aroand the bates
and crossed the plate with
what turned eat to bo the shor-
test home run of oll-tim-
We take night baseball for
granted these days bat, do
you know when the vary first
night game in the major <"guts
was played? ... It '-as in
1935. oi Crosley Field, Cincinnati
. Then surprisingly, t wos
three more- years till liether
park put in lights The
second big league field to be
equipped for night bos_3il was
oid Ebbcts Field,, Brooklyn, in
1938.
More and more ex-little Leagu-
ers have now grown up 3 -d are
playing major league ball but,
do yog know who was Me first
boy in history to play Little
League baseball and the* jo to
the big leagues The first
boy to groduate from the Little
Leagues to the majors was pitch-
er Joey Jay when he brake in
with the Braves in 195 3
I BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW
You can live better with an
Annuity. Why live on in-
terest alone, only to have
your Heirs enjoy the Princi-
pal.
Mail for FREE Booklet The
Annuity Todays Greatest
Bargain."
Name
Address _
Phone
FRED A. SANDLER
METROPOLITAN INSURANCE
CONSULTANT SINCE 1W?
Member Nationol Associat x of
life Underwriters.
S9S Biltmcre Way, Coral Cables
Phone 444-710T
cs
tat Metropolitan Life
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riday. June 28. 1968
vJenist fkrSdltoir
Paae 13-B
Wyn Samuels Is Governor-Elect Of Florida Civitan
Wyn Samuels
governor elect of the Florid .
trict. Civitan International at a re-
cent state convention in Jackson-
ville. A resident of Miami for many
years. Mr. Samuels now makes hi.-
home in Hollywood
William E. Byrd, newly-elected sistanl of the Peoples
lieutenant governorfor the Florida Kir.-; National Han'-; of Miami
District of civitan International. I Shores, i- the outj ing president
attended the international convert-loi the Miami Shores Civitan Club.
tion of the service organization------------------------------
this week in Denver. I LOUIS SHU3 has been appointed
director of the Israel Office of the
Mi. Byrd. vice president and as- American Jewish Committee.
A contribution on behalf of the Georqe Gershwin Lodqe,
Kniqhts of Pythicu to the Combined j jvisn Appecl-iSiuel
Emerqency Fund, is presented to Arthur S. Rosichan (riqht),
executive director of the Greater Miami Jewish Federation,
b" Sol Silver (center) and Morris Silver, officers of the
lodqe.
Air France Inaugurates Service From
Mew York City To Tel Aviv Via Lisbon
NKW YORK Air
litiated a new, first .
rvice between Nim
el Aviv which include
-top. There are about
i Portugal.
Now. not only will
untinue to pro\ide
:th the opportunity t
raelth- carrier has
France Mas
me aircraft
York and
Lisbon as
1.000 Jews
Air Fiance
Americans
;o tra\el to
been oper-
PAV.D KMtAPllt
David Kneapler Is
Top Graduate Of
Duke University
David Lawrence Kneapler, son
of Mr. and Mrs William Kneapler
of Miami Beach, was graduated
from Duke Ultiversit} at the top of
his class, sum ma cum laude.
Elected to Phi Beta Kappa, and
the recipient of the distinguished
Merck Award. David was a Na-
tional Merit Scholar when he at-
tended Coral Gables Senior High
School and was Riven the Faculty
Scholarship Award when he grad-
uated from Ponce de Leon Junior
High School at the top of his class.
His father. William Kneapler. is
vice chairman of the board of tin-
Bank of Dade County, and is affili-
ated with Pan American Bank of
Miami. His brother. Stephen J.
Kneapler. is chairman and presi-
dent of Kichford Industries, Inc., a
Miamibased conglomerate, listed
on the American Stock Exchange.
David intends to become a doc-
tor, and will enter Vale School of
Medicine in September.
ating to Tel Aviv since August,
1947but also to visit L'sbon and
Nice, either on their way to or re- :
turning from Israel.
The new flight, which leaves
John F. Kennedy International Air-
port, Wednesdays and Sunday- at
: p.m.. will offer the traveler first
class and economy accommodations ;
and preients an opportunity to (
visit Portugal, a country of his- i
toric and religious s'^nificance. as
well as an "In" vacation spot, at
no extra cost.
Nice also has a larjje Jewish
community, made up of many who
fled trom Algeria when the latter
became independent.
For those interested in Jewish
communities around the world.
Portugal has one of the oldest,
dating back to about the year 900.
There are syna^>4ues. a Jewish
community center, an Israel Con-
sulate and other Jewi>h institu-
tions.
Portugal also has a sizable com-
munity of Marrano Jews, de-cend- ,
ants of Jews who maintained a
secret. crypto-Judaism for more
than 400 >eurs.
Air France announces it w ill con-
tinue its other numerous flights to
. Tel Aviv. Today, it is the Kuropean
airline with the most flights to
Israel. It provides fine continental
, and kosher cuisine, inflight enter-
Italnment, and the friendly service
of multi-lingual hostesses.
CLUB PARTY TIME
ia NOW at the
Wonderful World ot
BANQUETS PARTIES
LUNCHEONS
MEETINGS
Fabulous Dining Facilitie3
Private Areas & Gardens
MORRIS & RUTH LERNER Catering for All Occasions
HARRY ZUCKERMAN
fsfob/ished in 1945
HI


c*
Sw*
Famous
671 WASHINGTON AVE.
American & Cantonese
Menu at All Times
Authentic Native Show
RESTAURANT and GARDENS
HI I JUM SOI1M 01 GUUMBIAMP1BK
MIAMI M5-64S7 BROWARO WA3-242I
, JE 1-3987
PARKING Ml,*"
FACILITIES BEACH
2VOW OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK
KOSHER CATERERS
Under Rabbinical Supervision
BAR MITZVAHS
WEDDING PARTIES
$fKIAUZIHC IH HOME CATERING
AND NOTE! WORK
866-6226
IF NO ANSWER DiAL
866-5278
If No Anwr D>al Above Number
1216 NORMANDY DR.. MB.
I SOMETHING NEW! 0NLYJJN FLORIDA
HAVAH-NAGILAH
ISRAELI Restaurant
Featuring the Famous
SHALO
Tfi,9
Every Evening: j- Art Decorations by
SHOWTIME RAPHAEL
50 N.W. J67th STREET. NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Nurses Aides Graduate
The [deal School for Training
Nurse- Aides held its graduation |
exercises this week. Of the 45 who
graduated as nurses aides, more
than 30 are already employed in
various hospitals.
THE SWISS government has con-
tributed 286.000 pounds of pow-
dered milk a.d 66.000 pounds of
cheese to the Joint Distribution
Committee.
C010NEL SHOTSY'S
ISRAELI
FRIED CHICKEN
FREE CHICKEN SOUP
(IT COULDN'T HURT
Eat and Enjoy
2nd St. and Collins Ave.
I Open 10:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.*.
Closed Monday*
HAROLD PONT and IRV1N WHOON
4.0ltl>0> and rO^T
KOSHER CATER E R S
w* ;mST "mIAM." CmP PHOnTfR 4-2*55
Visit Oor Hew Cocktail lounge
EL BATM RRO SPANISH RESTAURANT
SotcieltY of tlie Hoo.e "PAI11A VAIENCIANA"
Open 11:30 A.M. Til 11 P.M. Daily
2322 N.W. 7th STREET, MIAMI Phone NE 3-9496
New Studio Restaurant
LUXURIOUS DINING
ELEGANT FRENCH CUISINE
For Something New and Different in Our Miami Area
2340 S.W. 32nd Ave. 443-2536
Make Your Reservations Before Going To The Theatre
Tiger Tiger Teahouse
& MANDARIN
MONGOLIAN
SHANGHAI
TSUCHUAN \
2235 BISC. BLVD.
FIST TME-OOT
CLL 371-2334.
I
Continental tw Kosher Caterers
.BAR MITZVAHS 1ANQUETS UHUMfTI.
At Yor Homo, Holt or Syooae
CAll FOR Mi TAKEOUT BROCHURE
WEDDINGS
\ Mv3 BUD ROAD, MIAMI
*------------------------------------
Miami'. 0-rr "Sfcomor *-*"" MV4031 *
_ rttnrr Ma-1744, Ml-Wf*, Zie-wi 4
siaw or SVMM DIMM*
on mi Ami miacm i
I WrViftiMMpityNN
Prime Sirloin Steak .
Served Japanee Stylo
Excitingl
MIAMI
SPRINGS
VILLAS
500 DEER RUN 885-19U


Paqe 14-B
*Jeni*t> KkrtM&n
Friday. June 28. 1%8
Oscar Zeltzer,
Longtime Miamiau
Oscar Zeltzer. a Ion-time Miami
resident, died in Washington DC.
on June 7
Active in the Jewish community
since coming here from Wa-hin.
tun 28 years ago. Mr Zeltzer
served on the executive and the
board of governors of the Greater
Miami Jewish Federation. He wai
ictive with Israel Bonds, the
Jewish National Fund and the
Vivo.
He is survived by his wife. Vert,
two sons, two daughters and -\
Lrandchildren
Deaths In
Greater Miami
LEGAL NOTICI
LEGAL NOTICE
;\\
i.i
NOTICE OF SUIT
OR
ORDER OF PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY
No. 68-9512
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
MKI.\ IX GBDNEl
Plaintiff
\ i
FRIEDMAN. I:..-.. '.'.
> ktrdon i I
GiNSBURC. Edward aStli Bl
Ml Neb
CLUCK. Mi- r..ll> -7 I.
r.-nn- i 'ha|iel hili
Mi Sim.u
K.SSEN. Mr* I.I:,. M | ,-..,.,.,- KVKI.VN K GBDNEl
LEVV.^ .. FGBDNBI
Dr.. RH...... .,.., mi '.'"' ",' '!' *'.'" ,
K. I- .i in iiu-.l.i l<
NEWMAN. Mr* Bathei 11201 NK New York 117S.,
x > u ..i. i i. b) nollfli 'i thai Bill
RICHARDSON. Mr* Rom K M ISIO "' f""plaliil tur I """ Iih
GLOVER
Miami Ju
.....
real a;
: w ..
-!! \.\ d N Glover
. I ,r V., I. UIOVPI 111
P
|
I e|d T||, Ju
it Gordni In
M Neb femeti
\\ nil A\ Rlvel .1. 1
SOREN. Prank, I: SE Sixth
Ave \ .>. in.- hap,
2ARRELL. I..... T: : Av. .
>i..n Chapel
LAYTON. l-.u-- n, B.. n
I'.'Ur'.h 81 Rivel I-
ROSENBLUM. Juhi I .
Kiv, lr n
BOSKEY. I.. m :- SI
l|M .
GLOVER. ami \v. ,-|i.
il Ml Nel
MALKEM. .. Mil hi-
\ \ .
PERLMAN, M i
filed again*! you, anil you an re-
,iuir, J ti. mtv, .i .;.v ul youi Anew r
ur Pleading to thi BUI Con
..ii the Plaintiff* A Home) GROY'KK
CIMBNT WBINSTBIN *t STAI'llBR
i." I. Rantd. Mlnml B, u '
Klorlda and fll, thi oi .-. lal
i.i Pleadliw Ih, ffia-< hi 1'lei
,,f the firm I'ouri thi
if July. II
(.. .1.. .,. u
Ht yi>u for tl
the Bill ....
i'h hall In puh
.:n Ii \\ eeh for foul u
HE JEWISH KUiRIDIAN
IMiXE AX 11 i 'i: I i :i: I: i m
.-'_ i -i -< iy hi Jui A l>
THOMAs'.".Mr- Jea elta H I i: ,: l-BATIIBKMAX
i' \i uri
I
lle> a

ELKIND. Benjamin. 7:< l Ti
'. I: el ill i '
*0SEN. Eva. T > Ii SI
'< u I
B) I. SXEEDEN
Deput) fli
FRIEDLANDER
Pi v W IS d| 171*1 Mi Idlai v i
i au :> June i N "ame to M
from Loulaville
Kj Wan on ner of thi "red I : hi u
Miami Ba acli P -
Ham ''|..... ''-' ' W v
\*i. i immanaler of
... ,. h Poal :"'. > V.F.W Ai live In
Ilu 11 \ v former!) i ational Vmi i -
f J.VVV. Oi
if Aim of V.F VI n
.i -. ., A in v el .'i WW II
-u'-\ iv ed b) -.-ii Will .tin. I "ii
| InutchterK Dl Pada Heohraith,
. k \ .1 Mi- Sll-..' Xl.ratn-
: \'J ; brothel Moi time) of
Chicago and 7 grandchildren Ser-
held :i' The Rlvi
_" Alton Ro "I
'oraloi Chapel lnterm.nl Ml N'eho J^flS",!'"""^^ u-vivu-rvix
TINKOFF. Wllllan Kith Si GROYBR. I IMbNI WEIXSTEIN
H, w r ,-) STAI HbK
WEISS. Ne||l< i: :-"- SW Mrd >t Attorneys fair Plahillff
K ..,-,,1. ,i,.,,.., nj SHERW IX STAI BBK
ARONOVITZ. Marilyn Dale, i; ':." '-'" Liiunln Road,
Blm-ayne SL. Rlvemiile fhapel Miami Beach. Florida
EINHORN. Roberl H M ISA! \......ii
WEINTHAL
Murray C ol 82 S'M Mian PI .
! :,:.% June ^th i "ami hen
V...I-- ;il.-" T a 11 a N Y K'-rrn.-r
nwn of Murrn Auto Sii|.|-I> ''
in M ,mi f..r ;r. year* M.inl.....I
I....It-. I'.vAM < N V
!-. !, It.,.i gynacofwe Miami.
Prank Chariot l'"-i Anwrtean l.-tion
f 1-1 N V Burvlved l.v wife Marion
C .' want Joaeph A and Bldae] M
daushter Mr- I .n.r. D Vu-
.11 of Miami S.-r\ i. .- were held
it Tha- Rlveraide ISS" \'i.rin:ni.lv In
,. il, hi. rin. i in Ml Slnal ) '< >
ZION
,. .1. .1 o...... sw Slat Ci n ,t-.-.1
:..\:,v Juna Hi wrp :i ploneel
n --.I.hi ..f M.....ii 111 Mr
i ted with ih-- I ';i'i.
S. I OOl Sj Ml I...... ""
I- III. '
pal Qladea Junior lln-li s. I.....i
He wa mined Ii I hi
fie|d hnviim n
- lured ii w'Ii-.'- \\ l..... \n
:.' '"|i.i i''l
Ii. South Hi wan Vi lei an
U ; retired M.......he C S
H Hi urvived bj
i ......lruh '
y Mi Marllyi Shu
Mi- Rutli I lubbln :'
Sa-r el ll
Funeral Horn,
I .. Mel
BOLTON. I. R
,lde menl Ml N"i bo
FEINBERG. N
[lr Rlvel in. i Ml.
\. I...
FENIAS. Oil \\ I2l il SI
Chi ;.!
GLASSER. naral I. I" "'" "-'b
n !. i i ,,...i Intel in.
Ijtki
LEVY. S'orman s :' Johnaoi Si
I |h \,.....I. Be) i Chapel
MANDEL. Harr) ". "-' SW IJlh
i joi dan i ii iel, Intel nn/nl Ml.
MASCHLER. Maul '
Rlver*ide Cl
PEARLMAN. Mr* Mar) Nh
l... ,. Chapel Intel mem
Lakealda
RANDMAN. PI llip, :. Worth
Shore Dr., I e CI apel, Intel
ment I Ii
BARG. Bthel .....Mi St., H
Ml X, I..,
KAHN. Marie T, ", 1861 S'w mi,
\, i lordon i 'ha pel
MOSOFSKY. Nathan, :.. :i:. \'a '..|,
("i Gordon Chapel
BROWN. Mm Lam BS -\- BW
Pourth Bl i'.<\ r-i'i. 'ii.i|i. i
DUKE. r. an B., '.7 I7M SW I.,
Jeune Rd lairdnn "b..|.. I
GRIT2. Sarah, 7.-. 73*0 farlyle Ave
i:. v er "hapa I
KOLTNOW. l-:i.n M, 17:. N Tra
?ur.- Iir. Gordon Chapel, Intermenl
M i H
LANGER. Henri. Ita. 71. I l Ni:
>i Goi don i 'I.' pal
MILLER. Morria B MM Weat Avo.,
RWeralda Chapel
moskowitz. Harry. 74.
\ \ I llaabarg 'hapel
NASH, l.l.i. 7-. v|" nth BL, Blaa
berg Chapal
SCHWARTZ. Harry, -"i Colllm
\v.- Rh .-' Ride Chapel
MOLL, Philip, 12, Hi Meridian
Riverside i liapel, Inta i ma m Ml
Nebo
RICHMAN. Marl 3101 BW lm-i
in lordon 'i..,|.. 1. Inta rmi ni .m i
Sinai.
BOLTON. Jack, 7*, IMS Baj Rd
Riveralale Chapel
RESSLER. Barnard, I, i MM Jeffi
Av..., Rlverntdc Chapal
RILL. Mm Kl'.i.n.. S M 7 i:
Tl Sill 11 Dr., BlaalierK Chap, I
FRITZ. Robert I.. 7'.', It*7 !' nn-
aylvania Ave., Biveraida- fhapel.
WINTERS. Mra. Ro.-. M.. 81. 4.131
Post Ave.. Hlveraide Chj-ptl. inter-
ment Mt. Sinai
. rden* I t I:' i-i.. i u i *hapel
Friedman. Herman, m, m: SW
' 'ih \\. Be) er "hapel
GINSBERG. Han-) J liH, Ban].' Pine-
trea I h Xa w man "hapel. Inter-
ma in Ml N'.li..
HALL. Mr- Alia-) I". 7... I*l l.m-
T.rr Newman Chapel
LASKEY. Henry, : 133 NE 13th 81 .
Beyei i "hapel
REINHARTZ. Morria, 141 Penn-
ay I van la Ave., Riveifiale Chapel, m-
lermenl Star of I .in Id
LIPKIND. Mr- Anna. US, 71W1 BW
'"ih Si Rlvaraide Chapal, Inter-
iii.-ni Star of David
ALTER. Dr Bernard B, 84, "77:. Col-
lin- Ave., Rlvendda Chapel, Inter-
rn.iii Lakealde
HALL. Mi-.- Anna 7 7-in Byron
Ave Rh araida i "hapel
ORTNER. Ell Mi.......an Drive,
-lien ")..,i I
HERMAN. Mr- Rose, lr.r.n Michigan
Ava., Rlveralde Chapel, Interment
Mi N'ebu
LEIBEL. Mra R..... 81, HIS Buelid
A v Rjverr "t- I *1.. i-!
natheson. i^.uis. ;::. -,.,i gtth Si .
Rlveralde Chapel.
ROBINOWITZ. Mr- Roae, 7- l2l
n I-: l.;:'ili Trrr Beyer Chapel, In-
termeftl l.ak,'*id,'.
SELTERZMAN. Meyer, 75, Ml* Col-
lin.- Ava., Gordon l*hapel
TOMPKINS. I ..in.-. 73, list IftSrd Bl
Riveraiale Chapel
budrow Mra. Shirley C ;:. 2314
X 2Mh vi. Hollyw.....I Beyer Cha-
i" l
LEIKEN. Bol, ... *4S X Meridian
\ \ Rh eralde "hapel
PHILLIPS. M-- 'I llyi \ Mi .J"i'
XW .'.'h Si Rlvel ii apel
STAHLER. Bathel 85 1348 l".\.l
Ave River* lali "1
WOLFE. Harr) i >'' s\\ il Ave.,
; Chapel
BLATTEIS. Ir. I
SI I || .
COPPERSMITH, vi. ii .- 173* \\
I si Ba-yei Chain-I Intel mi nl

K ATZ. \ -
I: ir-iile f I \ 11 S'l'lin
LEVY. Henr) : 7.i lid Vvi
i 'hapa I Ini.riii. nl Ml
\".
REZNICK 141.......' I"
1
SIEGEL. Mi Sarah 111" X
Mi v Heyei fhapel
FRIEDMAN. Weal
Ba' II irbor I Rlvi i- i.i. i 'Ii.....1
GOLDMAN. I iv I
l:i v .-r-|.i.
ISRAEL. Rubin, >
Ni man I
v i..
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
No. 68-9521
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IBTHl'H M.I.i:n
Ptaintiff.
v.-
I1ITII AI.I.KN
I l, f.
i.' ri rn ai,i.i:.s
24 S W c'. niral \\ uue Apl \
Toledo Ohio
YOl' ARE 111:i:l:i s i...iifi.-.l thai
a complain! for Dlvoree ha* beei
filed :in:iiin-i you. und you "' here-
by required to nerve a caipy of your
anawer or other pleadina1 T" the Com-
plain! on tha Plaintiff* attorney,
LBMTBR RCMSBBS, M I.------ ail.li.-- i-
:': \ W. 14ib Street, Miami. Florida
*81SS, and file the orisinal with ttv-
ii. rk .f ih, above atyled Court, on
or before ih. 31 day ..f July, l08, oi
a |ief;uili will be entered agniiiMl
) ii
DATED THIS 2th iln) ..'' June, ll";
K H I.KATIIKK.MAX
i lerk "l ihe Circuit > '-nari
B) K M I.VMAN
r,:h i .i.-i"
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OF
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 68-6999
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
BESSIE I.EK w II.1.1 \M>
Plah
\ -
FREI 'I'li: \v il.1.1 a m>
T" PBEDDIE w II.1.1 \MS
l..i-i K'."\v.it addrea*
lei Plaa > nl..... \ N
You. PRBDDIE UII.i.iam-
tiiii ol n
i. ,.ii i... i
asainal you and you n [Ulred lo
-.rv e a a'op) I
inn i" the Bill ol '.ii.. ''
Plaint iff* at tome) ALBERT WII.BN
SKY, Mil* l eaym Blila M
Fl'.n.l:. and file the ortirinal Al
i.i i.i 'lerk
,.f ih. >' ui t'ourl ..ii the
I mIi da) nl Juh. II you fall i"
do i ill .v. Ml be
i.il.. ii aaalnal you fan lha Hi I da
i
Th i-
III
THE JEM ISH PI OBIDI ^
I" i\ : VXD ORDERED
i Mil .I.i v of .lie. AD
i: II I.EATHHRMAN I
i ii
i i i .I', i \ \ |.
Clerk
iCIri.....rt Si .
ALBERT u II.EXSKY K
I
-
- '
V| I.' in Kloi nl..
i .
IN thc ro|i*jTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
LUnlUA IN PrlOBATE
No. 75494.C
IN RE Batata
v.rsTIN M VRTINBZ
|... ,- .1
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO
MAKE APPLICATION FOR
DISTRIBUTION AND
FINAL DISCHARGE
\'i ITICK i- ha reb) i.-.'.' i.
ha filed a Final Ri pori i :..i Pi tl-
lion fan I Xstrlbui m i !' .1 1 i*
Kxea-utrix tin
' ll'il STI.N M VBTIX I'./, ill
I a' 'i thai <.....a da) o|
July, i'"' ili appl) i" the Honor-
' unt) luali.....i I indi i 'iiunl) .
I I I., i-i approval n( .-.,..| Final
Re|MH .....I ll ii i,|| a 11.1
final i Kva-i iiiiix of the
. i ii .1 dei'i dent
Tin.- 12th -lav "f ,lum
ANGBI.IN \ M \i:il\i:/.
Exa-i'Utl v
I'AIM i: FINK A Ki >BM >v
All"! I., v
i :..i'j i 'onare** Rldii
Miami. K.......a 3313:
ii "1 -
LEGAL NOTICI
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURt'
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. /MS5-A
In RE Batata !
RHl 'I \ M VK'Ml.ii:.-
1'.. .
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T.i All Creditor! and All Peraa
- in- i l ni.ii,.1- Aa
E late
You are herebj notified
'......'" ai | .laiiii- ii
ulmb >..ii m.i> hava aAUnal :t.. .
..f RHl ID v MABGI I.Ills
I' 1.1. County. Florida
County jinli.-. ..f Dad) I u
file 11 -..in. in dupli. ate and
8
mi in their "fii, ea in lha i
i ,.uri h'-u-*' in lia.b i'.-utiIv 1-
a/lthln -iv al. n.lai montha fi
linn ill. flral publication h
..r tha aame ill i barred
Dated al Miami. Florida. 11 i
I.. \ .1 ui..- Alt ] '."
> I' SIDNEY s UABC.I I
a- Admmiiatrator
Fir*i pul of this i
hi : '
TUB 'I IH i: SA Im '" ITZ
\ > ...
IIUI bli
l .
NOTICE LNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
IS II i : I: I : '. i I -, i \
ii I, ab
.
IIBI. PRESS il
i Mini
i ma iln
rvuli i nr ..i i ida
HKNITi R< iDBIGI \:/
Saile 11
K i:i.l.> BRi IK'S A- RI 'IT.-
1 rney foi applii
.1
pi
7l
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS I1BREH1 iw BX lhal
ih. underalrned, deairlns i" eiipTUK<
in bu-in.-.-- under ih.- fletltiou* nami
of lb IL.I1 AY FABBIl s ai 4'"' \\ 29
gtrea Hialeah Inta nda i" 11 iciter
t.ai.1 name M ith lha Clerk "i 11 e
Cirruil Coun of I'a.l. County, Florida
BBBNABR I: AM I BBSS
.- .
' 28 7 .
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\i .ii. i: is il i:i:i-:i:> CIVBX lhal
lb,- Uli.l. r-n-'i.. to I in;:it.-
I'll-
..i IX VESTMENTS I'XU.MITBD ni
7.. fit) National Bank BuibliiiK
,, ., Plan Ida 331 Intend In i. -
giatei raid name with the Clerk "i
... i, L'oUl I
Florida
l|i>U ARD .' II' 'II VNIlEII
BBBNABDf PBSTftlK

I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
Nl 'Tli 'E IS ll BBKIIN \\ I.
7 I' 11 si thi undersigned, dealrina lo
m buaini -- undei Ihe fb'titioU I inn
3nl '... Dl of BAHAMA fRClSKH; BAHAMAS
Intermenl Ml CHI'ISES AND TOCRS BAHAMAS
CRI'ISBS AND T<"l RS CENTER
MOSKOWITZ. Mi- I i..-... >. 22'KI S'W BAHAMAS CRCISES VND Tlll'BS
l: ......la Chapel BOOKING OFFICE BAHAMAS
bTR't SS. Ufred I., 7v 831)3 Colllna CRI'ISES AND Tol ItS RESBKVA-
' Blnabem Chapel TIONS: BAHAMAS CRCISES VXD
UNION. I'.nnv I., 71. Ilin 8W Ninth TOCRS SALES. BAHAMAS CRI'ISRS
Goraloi CI i" Inlermeni Ml AND TOCRS SERVICE; BAHAMAS
N.i... CRI'IKHS \s|i I'oi'ltS COXSCI.-
WOLLMAN. K -.. 7 >! NV rANTS CRI ISK RESERVATIONS
1: Chapel, Inlermeni Ml SERVICE. FBEBPOBT CRCISES
Nehn
COLIN. Ur .' SI 69, HIS
r. mi,. Ivn ilia ve Rlvel Idi fhapel
DRESSNER. Sa-hulln S\'nah-
ii icti.n Av Rhet i.i. i 'hapel
LIEBERMAN. Samuel, BS, Rlveralde
.. I. Iiil.rm.nl Mi S
MORRIS. All..ri P BS !i',i NE 17."h
S' Riveraiali I ipel
ROSE. Joaeph, .::. ISth Bt.. River.
aide fhapel, Interment HI Nebo
AND Tl 'I RS ul 5!"'l I "adl \' enui
Miami Beaeh Plorlda Intend lo re-
irlater -....i nn me* vv lib tha 'Ii
i 'ircuil i '..in i ol l >..>. a l)
Florida
JEROME I Gil SNGBR
Sole i 'w mi
M V MERMEI.I.
\ i lome) for Applicanl
I!.....s \\ Third Avenue
Miami. Florida 3312*
Auschwitz Criminal*
Gel Life Sentences
FRANKFURT (JTA) Lift- son- J,arah^bbn8TEIN
tencesa rarit\ in West German i>.-..-a-..i
court trials-were imposed here ,,. AUN:;^;,^I.TR,S ,,
this week in thf third trial of [In* Claim* < IH-maml* Agaln*i Salal
Auschwitz ili'ath camp porsonni-l.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No. 79405-B
Mate:
You are herebj nol Ifieal and ri iiuii -
on Rcrnhai'll I'onit/. 61. and Josef ,.i in preaenl an) claim* anil iemunii*
m in. li \ hi ma) h.i v ntrnim' tha
. -iai. ..! s M:\ll BBBNSTEIX di -
..;,-. .1 i.ii. of I ...I. -ii t > Florida,
to iln Count) .lii'lti .-I I'.i.i. County.
ami file Ihe name in duplli it,
provided In Bectloi 7 14 Florida
Statulea in their nl ihe < Viunl)
Courthouae in Dade County, PlorUIn
vitiiin alx calendar monthi from lha
lini. ,.f tli, final I'liMi. aii.ai hereaif,
.r the -aim- \\ ill be \kwi .1
i >ated al Ml irai. Ploi Ida, lhi mth
da | of June, A.D I -
Rl iSAI.IK I'.I'W SRDS
A* Bxei'ulrlx
KirM pubUcatiun of ihi*. .-- .n
the ISth 'lav ..f June. 1941
ci.Aii'i: i. BICMHI.
Attorney for Kxei-niri\
1 W. Flagler Street
Miami. Klorlda
> 28 7T,-lr-l
Winrlck, 64 who had been charged
with multiple murders. Both said
they would appeal.
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
il.. uuderalicned, deairlns i" -m-au-,
in bualneaa under the flctlUotu nami
i DADB TITLE AND LIFE IN-
Bl BANCE AGENCY al -"l Arm rn
Avenue., Coral Qablea, Florida 13134
Intend to reetatar laid name with the
Clerk ..f the I'ireuil Court of Dade
County Florida
DADE IJFB INBCRANCB
AGENCY, INC.
HARRY i: COHEN, President
6/28 7/5-1^-19
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
DADE COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 689752
SUIT
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IN THE COUNTY JUDGESCOURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNT-,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No 79436-C
I RE i. ... ol
HARRi KSTZBX
I......-nl
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
i n All 'raditair* and All Pa rrani li.,\ -
','.- I la I nn. ... I', man.i Aaainal Said
. I.- i,i i..
1 "" '" hen by notified mill r. nuir-
' I'" ni an) claim* and di maml*
bnli i.-i! nia> I;.iv. aKi
e-lal. ol HARRY Is \TZi:\ ,|.. ,. ,.,|
'< ol Dadi County, Fl......a, In ihe
' "";* JuilKe, ,.i I..,.i, County, and
'in 'i Mime In duplicate and ..- pro
il .' Si .ii..ii 7.::: IC, Floi Ida Sin -
lUlea, in Ihri, offli .- in Hi. Comity
' ""' ll '" In Dudt i lounly, Fl
within -iv calendar month* from lha
f the final publ ..,,.,
1 id. *ann uill be ban .i
tntted M ami, Florida, thla "lili
da) of Juni v I I96H
Ri 'SI-: K CTZBN
A- K\. lit li x
Ural piiblu-i.........i il,,- not.......
the :-ili .i.,v i,( June.
HARoi i. ZISS i:s'.'in:i:
Vtlan i. > f..r I;,.-. Kataa n
519 I lada Federal Bids
S-12-1S
NOTICE UNDER
**'**^ V. l l_* C- 'V
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhal
lha under*i|cned, deairlng n. enitaici
m iiu-in.-- under the flctitloai name
la.f RADIO COMMt'NICATIUNB CORF
.-nuary. lusn
THOMAS J BRKNNAN
6/2S 7/a-l^-ll.
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE S COUR'
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
No 78*27
I RE K
IAi.|t M SHAN I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Tai ,11 Credit,.n nd All Pa Hav-
. Claim* "i Demand* AaTalnal .- I
Batata
Y"u an herebj noi
.-.I |u preaetil an)
In. b you ma) ha11 .,.- .
-'......I J Ml >B M Sll V\l-
laii i l lada I n- tj i" .
Count) .lu'laf.-- of Dade INHinf) i
nl. tha -..m.- in .liii'l ...
|ir..\ tiled in Sectk I
Statutea, In their offli ee it lha i unt)
Courthouae In Daala Count) Floi
llhin -iv ala i.'i.i monthi from
m. ..f the fir-1 publii Ilia. |
or ill. -am. h Ml he bai .1
Dal, 'i
f Maj AH
11 \ SMI.
A- A.Inili
Flral imbll .....
tha : da) luna
ft ST \ I HBK
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e v f or A d m 11 ,. v
Miami Be u-h, Fl
7 i
NOTICE BY PLBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT of
FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNT. 'N C 4NCERV
No
SL IT FOR DIVORCE
PI
LIZZIE MAB W H.I \ II.-
I
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Miami Ben, I.. Fl
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,Tu .E.COlNTy JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR OAOE COUNTY
FLORIDA IN PROBATE
I, 1., i. No 79150-C
111 RE I: i ,-, i ,.
I'EARI, I KVINK
In.. eal
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'" AJ '''' '.....- and All Pa mom II iv-
talm* oi i.. ii, .- ,i
You are hereb) i.....fled and roqulr-
"' lo I'" HI an) laim- ami dl
man,i, which you ma) have as
the palate of PKAR1. l.i:\ i\i; da
' lata Dadi t nunl) Florid ,
'" Dadi Caiunt)
iil< thi aama Ii duplli iti and
a- pn.videal In Heel ptertda
Slatutea in il .-ir nfflcae in the ITounly
"iii-iii..ii-. i Daah Count) Florid ,
" '' "I* ''al.....from lha
lime "f lha final publici r, nr
m. a iii i bai i. .1
""' il Miami Fl.....la thla _>-i
da) ..I Ma) \ I
LEON A EPSTEIN
X- I7\.- nl..I
Flral publics........t tin, not la e on ib
7th da) "( June. itSI
JflON A KPSTBIN
Attoma) for Batata
420 lain..| lu^d
Miami Beach, Florid* Ultl
4/7-14-S1-SS


Friday. June 28. 1968
* *#' n^rirtirir
Paoe 15-B
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
'"TK'K IS HKRBBY GIVEN thai
i UlldefBlSSJlall, desiring In engage
nuslneae under Hi. fictitious num.-
IH>TEI. SAV'Y PLAZA ... IH
,. ...n Drive, Miami Baa h, Florid*
. ml- in register snid name with the
. rk of Hi. "ir.-uil Curl i.f pad.
iiniv. Florida.
F.l'.EI M< >TBL CORP" >l< ITION
Bole Own.r
. ii.i:t i ZBMLOCK
j for \p|iln-ant
p.-. a] ni Building
. mi Florida
. 14-21 -ft : 5
vmyem
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY fMVEN thai
. undersigned, desfrtng i..
in- ii..*> under the fictitious nanse
HAMPTON SMOKE SHOP ;,i .;
Kood, Mi..mi Beach, Florida
<. register aald nan*' with Ihe
'. I real I 1'iiun : |...i.
ilUlly. Florida.
FRANK FRBEDMAN
j l :>: l: GILBERT
;.r AppHiant

..In Koad Bulldli
.. ii li Florida
'. 14-31 :
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY lilVKN thai
undersigned, desirinc to engage
huslness. under th. fictitious
I l.i iPE, .M IN AH and EVANS .it
T!i Street, Miami !' h
. i | -i Ha d nam. a ith
i>rk >.f th.- Circuit I'ourl of
.J.- County. Florida
,..- I'Rl .IT. J( INA8 .1 EVANS
Professional As-... i.iiIon
- VRHBR ami HOSKIN
i '.-I'll, ys f..r api'li< anla
s Bis. j\ !. Btvd
\ ami. Fl.-i M i
* :i J
BY HENRY LEONARD
IS
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 79171.C
In RE: Bstat.
CARRIE BELLE ROPER
; >
,.i
nice
"And must I wear a Yarmalke, too?"
LEGAL NOTICE
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\"iTl'K IS HKRBBY GIVEN that
undarsbjai d, desiring i" engage
i usta. -.- under ih< fictli .a;, name
; VII.'S f<-IN UAKII .,l 41 S V,
-"..' Miami, Florida Intends i<*
... i am< a nil ih- 'i. rk i.f
I'ir.aii .'nun ol Dude County,
- Ida
IIBIJ3N BBAUSHAMP DARCE1
-I.I'll II YOITNG
v f..r
i N BE UTCHAMP PARCBY.
i \ 11.' s COIN v\ \.-11
.; jl-31 :
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
\i.|H K is HBREBY GIVEN thai
ii uarslgned a* -"'' ,K '
,-ni.-.- und< r the fli utlou .am.
I.ENIK HJBN ,ii,.; HAHKXBKS ..'
Sol mainly I "IV.. Miami Bench.
i i.la. Intends in rcclater said uainea
Hi ih l.ik ol ih. in tin 'urt
I >adi County, Florida
KLLENW h IKN and HARKNBBS
Professional Assoclai ion
PAltliElt H' -skin
\ lorne) fur applicant
. \ I : i .. v RoUUm anl
'' ..ml. Florida
; I -;' 7 1-15
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78279
In UK Batata ..f
BEATRICE .STEHMAN.
I..,... -e.i
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Kft Creditors and All I '-.- Hav-
Inn Claims or Demands Againat Bald
Batate ol BEATRICE OBTBRMAN
dor, aanil lati of Dadc County, Florida,
lo ih. County Judges o( I hid* County,
and file, th sara. In duplicate and as
provided Section 73:116, Florida
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 J. Ml RPHT,
Plaintiff,
vs.
ANNIE I. Mnil'IIV,
l>. fendanl
Ti ANNIE 1. MDRPHT
Residence fjnknourii
You, ANNIE I.. Mt'RPHY. are here-
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
'I'.. All Creditors an.I All Persons Hav-
hia Claims ..r Demands Agaiimi Sai.l
fcjstati
Yi.u are hereby notified anil r. .|Ulr-
.il in in-.-.-iii an) claims ami demandi
tvhlc-h you may have aftainal the
estate .if CARRIE nKI.I.IC ItOPBR
de<*eaaed late ..f Dade County, Florida
I., tin- Count} Judges of Dad< County,
j and file ih.- name in dupllcati anil as
provided m Section ?:'.:i i>;, Florida
i Statutea, in their offices in tin County
i Courthouse In Dadi County, Florida,
juiihin six calendar months from the
lime ..i" tin- fir.-i publication hereof,
nr ih.- same will be barred.
Dated ai Miami. Florida, 'In- tl
da) ..I' June, A I" 1968
SELENA JACKSON
As Administratrix
First publication of ihi*
I.. I i-li .lay ..f .lun... 1968.
Ml IRRIS '"i IHEN
Atloi lie) for Estate of
CARRIE BELLE ROPER
'. poi I.. I..... t i Blvd.
i 'oral iables, Fla 33134
.-. 14-81-88
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 79376-B
In Hi;: Estate of
HERBERT COHN,
I... ased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Credltora and All Persons Hav-
ing Claims ami demands which you
may hav. aaainal th< estate of HER-
BLRT COHN. deceased late of Dade
County, Florida, to ihe County Judges
..I Dade County, and file the earn* In
iluplnat*. and as provided in Section
733.16, Florida Statutes, in their offices
In the ''"Uni\ Courthouse in Dade
County, Florida, within six calendar
months from the lime of the first
publication hereof, or the same .il
i.. i. it-, -l
ATTENTION
ATTORNEYS!
vJtnist Horidicin
solicits your legal notices.
We appreciate your
patronage and guarantee
accurate service at legal
rates .
Dial 373-4605
lor messenger service
LEGAL NOTICE
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
SOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
Hi. undersigned, desiring to iikuj;-
in business un.l.-r the fictitious nanu
of CHAMPAHNAT CATHOLIC
SCHOOL al Kartp <'..unty. Florida
Intends lo register sai.l name with tt.e
<"l.-rk of |hi Circuit Court of Da.le
County. Florida
REINALDO F. ALONSO
sol.- i iwner
SIDNEY EFKONSO.N
Attorney for Applicant
(12 Ainsl.y lluil.ling
Miami. Florida
|. M-jl-28 7/S
ih
'hi
Staiul.s, in th-ir ..ffi
iNsarthouse In Dade Coin
within six .ah n.l.ir month-
i.....f the flrsl publicutii
,.r ihe i bai red.
Dati .1 .' Miami, Fit. Idi .
daj i Ma) VI.....*
\\ M.TKK H OSTEI1.M \N
As Ex. ut.
Flrsl publication of Ii
the :th da) of .lun- .
SIM) IN, HAYS
A UBlNDVi BRO
for Bxi rotor
I'.i \. ide) Building,
County by notified thai
Dated :<\ Miami. Fli rida,
da) of June, A.D. !!>'.
H. IKE SCHREIDELL
1239 8.W. 23rd Strecl
.Miami. Florida 33143
As BXI Ullix
First publication of this n
Ihe mil .lay ..f .lun.-. I
KI'IIT WBLLISCH
Attorney for h>tat< of
this
Mi
Florid*
from ihe
i hereof,
;n -t
vorce has bee
v..u are retiul
\ 'nir Ansa r
Ilia HI DTI 111
Complainl for Dl- HERBERT COHN
filed agalnsl you. and
.1 to s. rvi a .'"iiy nf
Pleadii t.i the Com*
Ii Ini ni- attorney.
';? Aim. ria Ai enue
Coral Gables, Florida I
>; m-
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
the undersigned, desiring to cnga^o
in business under the fictitious naiuo
of REZALEL'S ISRAELI UIFT SHOP
and NATIONAL HEBREW BOOK
STORE at 849 Washington Avenu-,
Miami Beach, Florida Intend to re-
k-isi.-r sai.l name with the Clerk of
the Circuit Court of Dade County,
Florida
SAMTT5L H SILVERMAN
DIANA SILVERMAN
SIMON. HAYS & GRCNDWERQ
Attorm ys for Applii ants
::.>! Alnsh y Building
M ami, Florida 33182
fi 21-JR 7 j-12
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NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
iN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR
OAOE COUNTY IN CHANCERY
No. 68(401
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
- .HIS LIMA SHARES.
Plaintiff,
\ s
-. vines ANTONIO SCARES,
i fendanl
ii MARCOS t.NTONIO SPARES
<:.. \ .-. \.. nil-
\. a ^ S< a Yoi k
You, MA1(.'"S ANTONIO SPARKS,
.... herrb) notified lliat a Bill of f*JJ": ,
, ,,.,- divoi has been filed
Rains! you, and you are required
serve -i copy of your Answrer or.
. leading lo ihe Mill !' conn i.rot ...i
Plaintiff's attorney, lli\UN < ,
iikistii:. : i0 Biscayne iiivi Miami.
i lorlda 1 and '' ""' "ri: *
Inewer ..i Pleading in th. offlee ->i
lie Clerh of the Circuit c-urt on .
. f, r. th. !(th .ia> of July. I9i>. it
> u fail to dB -|. ju.lgm. nt by .le-
lault win taJtan againat y-u tor
ha relief .1. m.ui.l. .1 I" '** "ill of
'umplalni ^., ....
Holloa -hall he mibll-h..i
ni, week for '"Ur ... THE r.wisil FUORTNAN
|X>NE AND DRDERED .it Miami,
lorlda, ihli l*a oay '" s ''
'"K K It I.EATHBRMAN. clerk.
Clr.-ull Court. Made County, Hernia
in c P ODFBI.AND
I.. iiiii v Clerk
'ir. uit COUl I Seal) 7 5-13
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
NO. (8-92
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
; \\ MOND Me KN1CHT
Plaintiff,
DOROTHS Mc KNICIIT
1 n f. in isiKiiTHY Mc KNIGHT
Andrewa. South pu^Maa
You. la.ROTHY Mc hSj"T:._!
hereby notified that BUI ot U>m-
plalnt for Ulvorc las been filed
alnal >ou. and sou ara raqulrdd
*rve a copy of your Am we. or Pload-
j- .. Bill of L'omptaittt on ti
Plaintiff's attorney. llnWAUi
ROSEN t N W 14'b Streei
Florida. JJIM and fli. the or fin a
Answer or Pleading In ".'""'
the Cl.rk ol the dn-iiit uri oil
l.efore th. Mth day of July. 19M.
you fall ... do so, Judgment bj detaul
will he tak-n agalnsl yu for IBJ '
hef demanded STuj. BUI "'V"'!";"".
This noti.-e -hall he publ sh.d > nee
ack week f.,r four SIKfSilla
,n THE JBW1WI Fl>;RiniAN
DONE AND ORIBRBD al >,,;"I1'
Florida, this 17th day of June AD
,9" K H. I.KATHF.KMAN. Clerk
Circuit Cour,kMa,.i:^n.y.Horida
Def"aU Chrk
(Circuit Court Seal!
HOWARD J ROSEN. K>Q.
Attorney for Plaintiff
999 N.\V 14th Street
Miami. Florida. 33134 ^ f/f-1J
IN THE COUNTY JUDGES COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY.
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 79295
III BE F.-t..t. Ol
M y\N"IF. SHELD" IN
[i.........1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
T>. All Credit! ti and All P. '- ns "av-
ing Claims "r Dansanda Igalnst Said
Estate
Vou ara hereby notified ind required
nt an) i hum- and demands
ti .
whieh you may nv: . t.,.e nf MANNIE SHF.I.Is.N .1. isjd
kite if Ma.!-- County, Floridu, the
Count) 'u.ln Ol Dud. COUH >', ami
file ihe smile iii duplicate and as pro-
vnled in Section 7M 16. Florida sta-
Mtaa in their offices In ihe .isunu
Courthouse iii Dade Oounty, l-Torida.
within -ix c ei dar mo ihs fn.m tM
time "' the first publication h. rao*.
or 'h. -..no III b* barred
Mated at Miami, Florida, this Jist
daa ol May. A D IMS
FAY LBVINSON
As Executrix;
First publication of this notice on
the ;th day June, I96
MYKKS. KAPIAN'* PORTER
Ttv Edward K l.evni-.'i
Attornc) ("i Eaacutrlx
115.. s \V i-: Street
Miami. F'.uri.la J.14-J1-8I
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
VOTICE IS HEREBY GM KN that
iha undersigned, desiring .....:.>.-.?.'
:;, buineas ander the flri iu>us name
,.( MILLER LAKE HARDEN AI ART-
SAI'l. T VON KAMPT ft SAMI'EL
B. SMITH, IT N I-:. First \venue,
Miami. Florida 33IS2 .....1 file Ihe
I Answer .>- Pleading In .he
office of ih. chrk ..I" Ihe Circuit
Court .ni ..i before the loth da) of
July. 1968 If you fall lo do -o, Judg-
i v di faull 'i ken
>.ii f..i ihe relief demanded in the
'Bill ..f Complaint.
rhis notice shall be published once
each week for four ponsecutive weeks
in THE JEWISH FI.HIIIMIAN
DONE AND ORDERED at Miami,
Florida, tin- di > of June A D.
19(1
E It LEATHBRMAN, Cl. r'i
Circuit Court, Dade Cou ity, Florida
By: c p Cl >I'FI W'M
I puty Chrk
ii'ircui. .'ourt 8 9APL T VON ZAMPT ft
SAMI El. E SMITH
attorneys for Plaintiff
F7 v E First t-vanue
\f ami, Florida 33131
.'. 7-14-il II
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
OF FLORIDA IN AND FOR DADE
COUNTY. IN CHANCERY
No, 6-8643
SUIT FOR DIVORCE
BF.TTY SUE GREEN,
Plaintiff,
vs.
CLARENCE OREBN,
DetendaiiL
To cl.AREN. E GRBBN
Resldcn.-e I'nknoa n
You. Cl.Al;i:.N.'i: ORBEN, are here-
by notified that a Bill ol complainl
for Divorce hi been filed againat you.
and "ii are required to serve a copy
of your Answer or Pleading to the
Bill of Complainl on the Plailitlff'i
attorney. I.AW FIBM OF ESCEI. ft
POl.Lt'.'K. i7"0 N .W. 7th Street,
Miami. Florida and file 'he original
\-iswr ,.r Pleading in the office of
he Clerk of the Circuit Court on or
b. fore the r.tli day of July. 19(8. If
\..u fall to .1.. so. Judgment by default
will he taken against you f..r the re-
lief demanded in the Bill ..f Complaint.
Tins nolle, -hall b. published once
each we.k for four consecutive week(
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
the undersigned, desiring to engage
in business under ih. fictitious name
..f GREEN BRIAR Nt.R8l.NG CENT-
ER al 1118 Ah griann Av. nu. .
Gables, Floi Ida il I. nd in reglst. r
-..ni num.. with the Clerk of ihe Cir-
cuit Courl of Dade County, Florida
-. 'X MINSKY
FINE .< i tl i'.-1 IN
Attorneys for Appl
k 14-21-28 7 -.
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai
in. undersigned, desiring lo
in business under the fictitious name
of BRASSIERS I.BON ISA at 1242 N.E.
.ml Avenue Intends to register said
name with th.- Cierk ol the Circuit
Court Dad. County, Florida
VALLADAHESFASHIONS
.; 81-28 7 5-12
NOTICE UNDER
FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
NOTICE is HEREBY CHIOS- thai
the underalgncd, desiring t.....>''
in business under the fictitious name
of SANS SOl'Cl ASSOCIATES al
Sun BlBcayn. Boulevard, Miami.
Florida Intends lo register said name
with the chrk of ih. Circuit oun
of Made. County, Florida
TIB" 'It II' 'I.I.')
FINE A JACOBSON
Attorneys for Applicant
'i L'l
18 7 5-13
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 BROW V
Plaintiff
nanu
i ni
;'
J
Miami.
In...
of
or
It
K!hn':,;,.;a;:;rAf't^
Dad. County. Florida.
- jil.es U. \ KN MYERS. KAIM.ANft POUTER
\ttorn-vs foi Jules M. VeiiooB
1154 B.W. 1st Street
Miami, Floriiia
DONE ASM ORDERED at M'."ni
Florida, this 4ih day of June. AM.
IMS.
tn-u-n-n
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
NO. 78678 B
In RE; Estate of
FANNIBOOLDBsWI.
"'NOTICE TO CREDITORS
TO All Creditors ami Ml 1^* lin-
ing Claims or Deinanda Againat Salo
^You'are hereby notified andIn ..|Ulr-
,d to P^sent any claims ^demands
which vou may have atrainst the
Ut, ol FANNIE rjOLDBElta
,. .,| late of Made County.
t.. th. cunty Judtr-
Mtl.l fil>' th<' S:i1"
provided in
Statutes, in
hereof,
this 1Mb
Cil-
de-
Flerldn.
,.f Marie County.
In duplii ate and at
Section S.1. Florida
Iheir offle.s In the Usant)
ttsSTof the first. puhlh-atn...
^'0^KNf^,^sT,:1s
PEKNARD BA8TER80N
jJWTBI/LB DIAMOND
As Executors
Kirst publication of thhl noUoe on
t'uIiA^oFF.'wA^EK^B. 5ROER
Attorneys for Executors
4-0 Lincoln Bead
Miami Beach. Florida ^ ^ 2g 7/|
RJ B LEA THRUM AN. Clerk
Clr.uii Court, Dade Count}-, Florida
By: MAROTTBRTTB KENT
Depsjty Clerk
cir.-uit Court Seal!
BNOEIi POLIACK
17'<0 N W 7th Street
Miami.' Florida
Attorneys for Plaintiff
ii utoijj brow n.
i>. fendanl
TO: HAROLD BROW S
JOU, HABol-M IIIK IW V
ntlfied that t
for Divorce 1
you. and you
( 7-14-21-M
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT IN
AND FOR DADE COUNTY. FLORIDA
NOTICE BY PUBLICATION
GIX5R1A WEBB,
Plaintiff.
WILLIAM H WEBB
Defendant. ...,,.,
TO: WILLIAM IT WEBB
Rat ides.te Unknown
YOU ARE HEBi:ilY notified that
a Complainl for divorce has Dean
filed against >.ll. and >"U MJM"*2
required to serve a caw ->f yoor
Lnswcr or .......r pleading lo the om-
',..,, ,. th. Plaintifs attorney.
ARTHVR ^ X vki.i.k. whoae
are hi '.
. 'oinplaint
. ii. .-n filed an
nuired to serv*
a copy of your J wer or 1-1';",'" '."
the Bill ol C.....Plaint "" ."'V-"'il v^ v
attorney. Al.\ IN GOODSIAN, SHEJ N
ik.odn.an .V: HOLTZMAN. 346 9
Building, Miami. Florida d me n.
original Answer or Pleading Hi uie
office of the Clerk ol the Mrcult
court on or before th. 18th da) ol
rulv \\>t* if "." fail to do so. judg-
ment by default will be taken
you for the relief demanded ... the
Bill of Con.plaint. .
This non.'< -shall be published .
each week for f..ur consecutive weeki
fn THE JEWISH FI^IUMIAN
DONE asm ORDERED at Miami.
Florida, this ilth day of June A.M.
1908 e B. i.i: \tiu:kman: Clark
Circuit Court, Dade Coinny. Fl
Uv: C P. COPET.AN1'
Deputy Clark
(Circuit Courl B. all
ALVIN OOODMAW
SHEVIN. GOOMMAN
& IIOI.TZMAS
Attorn, ys for Plaintiff
84i> Seyb.il.l Building.
Miami. Fk>ridu
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 78685-B
In RE: Estate of
REGINA FERGANO
Dec. used.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persona Hav-
.'laims or Demands Against Saul
Bstat. :
You a.-.- hereby notltted and retnslr-
. a*hlch you may hav.- against tho
ol REGINA FERGANO deceas-
. .1 late ii' Dade County, Florida, to
the County Judges of Dade County:
and fill' the sane in duplicate ana
,i- provided In Section 7:::'. K, Florida
Statutes, In their offices it. the
County Courthouse In Dade County,
Florida, within six calendar months
from the time of the first publication
hereof, or the same will be barred,
Pat..I at Miami, this l.Hh day of
Jun. A.D 19(8
JERRY S MINTZER
MARTIN WAOMAN
As "o-Executors
First publicatli n of this notice ort
the I'lst day of June. \\>M.
KURT WELLISCH
Attorn, y for Estate of
REGINA FEI'.C.ANG
1(7 Almeria Avenue,
i '..I al i Iables, l-'lori.ia
6 31-28 T/5-H
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 79484-A
In RE: Bstat. of
lll'.I.I.N III.ATT
I '. ___I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To All Creditors and All Persons Hav-
Ing Claims or U. ma.ids Againat Said
Katate:
Vou are hereby notified ami requir-
ed to present any claims and demands
which you may hav.. againat tho
esti......f HELEN HI.ATT .1.....ased
i.,i. ,r I'ni- County, Florida, to the
County Judges of Dade County, and
file the same in duplicate and as pro-
vided In Se.-.nu. 733.16, Florida Sta-
tute-. Ill il.-"' offices In the County
Courthouse In Dade County, Florida,
within -is calendar months from the
inn,. ..i the first publication hereof,
nr the -am. will be barred.
Dated ai Miami. Florida, this 17th
daj ..< June. A D. 1M8
JACK M HI.ATT
As Executor
Firsi publication "f this notice on
the :i-t das .'f June. 196S.
SPARRER ASM ROSKIN
Attorneys f..r Executor
North Biscayne Bl\d.
M".....'"''M1-'- t/tl.uvs.n
: .la
I ^'.^""i's'Vin'sv, ";V-ii SI.-'. Mi".-'
' in.rid. JS1M, and file th' original
July"i*. ear Default will b. enter-
ed against yoU.
pat, ,1 this il
day of Jum
"e*r'.'le4THEi;m in. ci.
of the Circuit Court
Ilv: K. M I.VM ^'
19l'.S.
I'k
,i4-ei-;8 7/5
NOTICE UNDER
IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT
IN AND FOR DADE COUNTY,
FLORIDA. IN PROBATE
No. 79334-C
IN RE: Iv-'tate ..f
MAX.! SCHWARTZ
D"' NOTICE TO CREDITORS
To Ml Creditors and All Persons H-
,nh- Claims or Demands Against Said
Batata.
Vou are hereby notified and requir-
ed ... present any claims and demands
which vou may have against tho
es.atc Of MAX J. SCHWARTZ de-
, ,-d la. of Pndc County. Florida,
to the County Judges of Made County,
-,nd file ih. same in duplicate and as
provided in Section 733.16.
Florida
FICTITIOU6 NAME LAW
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
ih. undersigned, tfestring to encairc
Ills, avne
Intends to
D"'UtyC,,6?14.2,-28 7/5
in business under the ftotUJoua name
at VB5CAYA ASSOCIATES at B101
Boulevard, Miami, Florida,
register said nam. with
ihe Clerk ..f the Circuit Court ol Dad.
'"''> ^H-;'R HOE1,.
FISF. ft JAOOBSOM
Attorneys for Applicant^ u;i g .
Statutes, in th. ir offices In the County
Courthouse In Marie County. Florida,
within six calendar months from the
time of the first publication hereof,
or tie sam. will be haired.
p ted ... Miami. Florida, this 19 aT
i.f Jum, A. D. !*:..___
RUTH BANGER
As Executrix
First publication of this notice the :Msi day of June. 1968.
SCIU'IJklAN, SMITH
A IUCHMAN
Attorneys for Executrix
SlOte 510
1688 Meridian Avenue.....
Miami '"'.. Florida 86lM_8g7/B_lt


Pag 16-B
fJenlsti fUrktian
Friday. Tun* 28. 19f
TOP US CHOICE WESTERN.U.S. GOVT. INSPECTED-U.S. GOV'T. GRADED
1
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STEAKS
,09
TOP U.S. CHOICE WESTERN BEEF
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CENTER CUTS
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CHUCK STEAKS
CALIFORNIA ROAST
CROSSRIB ROAST
SHOULDER STEAK
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BONELESS
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ADDED .....IB
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79
59
79
99
99
FOOD
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FRESHLY MADE LEAN
GROUND $|39
FEATURES EFFECTIVE
THRU SAT., JUNE 29
AT ALL FOOD FAIR
AND FREDERICKS
STORES
Excluding
Kosh*' Markets
SAVE IOC-MELLON AGE
PKC
CHEESE SPREAD' 59
FOOD FAIR FRESH BAKED
BREAD
......LOAF
FOOD FAIR FRESH FROM THE OVEN
Chiffon Cake 39c
RYE
25
/
HALF
ALL OUR BAKERY PRODUCTS ARE MADE
WITH PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING
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FOOD FAIR ALL GRINDS
o* FYNE TASTE ALL PURPOSE GRIND
"PRICE-
SPECIAL!
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SAVE UP TO 30c
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fa.
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OR
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a
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LIMIT ONE CTN EITHER ITEM.
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OF $5 OR MORE. EXCLUDING
CIGARETTES
ALL FLAVORS
MIDTOWN
SODAS
30-OZ.
BTL.
10
PLUS
DEPOSIT
Svwice 'DelicaUteeH
AVAILABLE WHERE THERE ARE SERVICE COUNTERS
ALL CHEESE AND LUNCH MEATS ARE
SLICED TO YOUR ORDER.
7*
58c
Kingfish Steaks48
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. LB.
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FRESHLY SLICED
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OTHEH PURCHASES OF SS OR MORE
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/
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BALLANTINE
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TOP QUALITY VINE RIPENED
SAVE 9< L B.-FRESHL Y SMOKED
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CANTALOUPES
GARDEN FRESH SNO-WHITE
jfifietije* "PRICE-POWER" VALUE!
LEAN COOKED
CORNED BEEF
TOP QUALITY
-LB.
SLICED
SAVE
CLB
DEUCIOUS LARGE
Kosher Pickles...............each 15e
INTERNATIONAL KOSHER SPECIALS
Franks or Knocks lB. 99c
SAVE 10c IMPORTED CREAMED
Herring Fillets EACH19
Cauliflower head 39c
Plums -Santa Rosa lb 29c
TOP QUALITY FLORIDA-24 LB. AVG.
Watermelons each 89c
FOR
FOOD F AIR FlORlDA FRESH
Grade "A" Eggs
SAVE I0< AMERICAN KOSHER MIDOf I
Salami or Bologna
MEDIUM
DO 2
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39*
69*
TROPI-CAL-LO
Fruit Drinks 3 1
ORANGE,-GRAPE OR PINEAPPLE-GRAPEFRUIT
Save MERCHANTS
GREEN STAMPS
. THE STAMPS THAT ARE HERE TO STAY!
MtrclunH
[SMCN STAMPS
SAVE 10c ON 4 CANS MINUTE MAID FROZEN
Grapefruit Juice 4 cZ 89
MFRS. LIST PRICE 79c
Crest Toothpaste SSi 53